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HIE OMAHA BEE: TUESDAY. JUNE 5J0, 1922.
Midwest Farm and
Grain Growers to
Plan to Attempt to Arquire
Scat on Exchanges and
Make Sales Contrarts
Chicago, June IV. Co-operating
between committee of Midwest
Firm bureau and the officers of the
United States Grain Grower, Inc.,
was announced today at the latest
detail of the Grain Growers' selling
plan under which the organization
will attempt to acquire seats on the
Chicago and Minneapolis grain ex
changes and will alo make sales
contracts direct with consumers.
Sales offices to handle grain
through the exchanges will be only
a tiart of the selling plan, C. II. Gu'.
taison. president of the Grain Grow
ers, said. Financing arrangements
for $1,000,000 or more to cover grain
movements, whether the grain is
handled through the sales company
with grain exchange members or
told direct to consumers, have been
made. Mr. Gustafson said.
Thrse arrangements include ne
gotiations for $50,000 from B. F.
Hales of Chicago, as announced by
The Associated Presr last week.
The co-oneration of the farm bu
reau was looked upon as ironing out
some difficulties between the grain
growers and the American Farm Bu
read federation, which fathered the
younger organization. The commit
tee is composed of E. H. Cunning
ham, secretary of the Iowa Farm Bu
reau federation: V. S. Hill, president
of the South Dakota federation, and
J. V. Coverdale, secretary of the
American Farm Bureau federation.
Conferences between the committee
and grain growers' officers are now
in progress to enable the latter to
begin handling grain at an early
Charles E.,Gunnels has been elected
treasurer of the grain body, it was
announced today. He is also treas-'
urer of the American Farm Bureau
Boy, 17, Drowned Trying to
Regcue Drowning Girl, 17
Sioux Falls, S. D., June 19. Wil
ms Fritts, 17, and Fred Stone, 17,
were drowned in the Sioux river yes
terday afternoon near Schjodt's dam,
about six miles from this city. They
were in a party of four young peo
ple, none of whom could swim. The
girl stepped off a ledge into deep
water and the boy was drowned in
trying to rescue her. Miss Fritts
was a junior in the Washington High
school here, and young Stone, son
of the superintendent of the county
poor farm, was employed by his
Aircraft Has Use
for Radio Phone
Pilots May Communicate With
Terra Firma ; Weather Re
ports Flashed to Planes.
By JOHN E. KENNEBECK.
(Thin 1 the final installment of The
Bee's story of radio.)
The application of radio to air
craft is the next feature of the art to
Although much progress has been
made along these lines, there is yet
important obstacles to overcome to
make it a thorough success. No
doubt, the airplane needs radio.
Since weight means a great deal to
an airplane, wireless outfits must
be made as light as. possible. There
fore a transmitter and receiver for
planes must be made with medium
sire weight. Small generators op
erated by power from the engine
may supply the direct curfent for
the bulbs. This does away with the
The aerial on a plane is a long
piece of wire dangling from the ma
chine. It has a weight attached to
its. free end so that it will be kept
quite taut. The aerial may be wound
up on a reel. At times, the operator
may use 100 feet or 300 feet. The
"ground" is obtained by connecting
the transmitting and receiving ap
paratus with the engine bracing wires
and other metal parts of the ship.
In times of war, scouting planes
may spot an enemy from the air and
signal by radio to batteries how to
range their guns.
If travel in dirigibles or large car
rying airplanes ever becomes com
mon, the radiophone on board the
ships will be indispensable as a
means of learning weather condi
tions, new routes and whatnot.
Thus we see the future necessity
of radio for intercommunication be
tween nations, its indispensable use
to big. business, its importance to
the farmer, to the train systems of our
country and to aircraft, not counting
its entertainment features for the
Do not use any kind of paint on
your radio apparatus.
If you are interested in radiophon
ing and want to receive concerts,
don't let lack of knowledge stop you.
The most recent development has
been in furnishing a receiving set
which anybody can operate by fol
lowing simple directions. Operating
a receiving set is no more difficult
than operating a talking machine,
and can easily be added to any home.
A sensitive spot on a crystal de
tector soon loses its sensitiveness.
When vour signals begin to weaken
find another spot, and when all the
"tnnlc" irr worn out buv another
rrystal, and save yourself a lot of
. Do not place the hands on the sur
face of the crystal which is used for
a detector. Any dirt or foreign mat
ter on its surface will interfere with
its rectifying action. Keep your crys
tals clean by wrapping them with a
piece of tissue paper and placing in
By RUBY M. AYRES.
foBllKtl tram V..lrtdr
She turned away and left him
standing there looking alter her. lit
watched her climb to the top of the
bus, then he walked on, an amused
smile in hit esrs; he had certainty
never been spoken to so plainly in
all hit life and he was not a: all suie
that he did not like the experience.
It was very late when Violet got
bark to Mrs. lliggs. That worthy
had given Ronnie his tea and had
commenced undressing him. In her
way. Mrs. Higgi was fond of chil
dren; there was a kind heart beneath
her grim exterior, and Ronnie was
beginning to discover it. He no long
er found her one eye alarming; it
rather amused hhr. than otherwise;
he asked her innumerable question
concerning the one she had lost; he
could not imagine what she had done
He was being buttoned into his
little nightshirt when Violet entered
the room; he was off Mrs. Higgs'
lap in a second and across the floor.
"Mummie-girl, mummie - girl!"
Violet caught him up in her armi
and covered him with kisses. She
had had a long day, and a tiring
day; she had- been vexed and up
set more than once; but now at the
touch of his cli.nging arms the
seemed to forget it all; she sat
down, cuddling him to her. kissing
him and laughing and talking all
at once. Mrs. Higgs rose with dig
nity. "I thought you wasn't coming
'ome," she said ungraciously.
She was rather hard at Ronnie's
preference for Violet, but not for
the world would she have let it be
known. "I'm thankful that you
have come." she added, an nh mart
for the door. "I've enough work
of me own without fussin" about
after brats that don't belong to me."
She shut the door, if not exactly with
a slam, at any rate with great de
cision. Ronnie was full of his day's do
ings; he had blown soap bubbles in
the kitchen; he had sailed his boat
in the bath; he had played soldiers
with Mrs. Higgs' pegs; he had even
climbed up the stairs with her and
watched her make 'he beds; he had
had such a busy day his little legs
ached; he was tired out.
He was asleep less than three
minutes after he -as tucked into
Violet tidied her hair; she knew
she had no time fcr a meal; she had
arranged to meet Leslie Martin at
8; not for the world dared she miss
the appointment. She knew that it
was safer to have him for a friend
than an enemy.
But she was dead tired; she hardly
knew how to stand when at last she
found herself at r' aring Cross.
Martin was late; he came in just
as the clock was pointing to the
quarter past 8; he had evidently been
He looked at Violet concernedly.
"You are tired?''
"Yes, I am, dead tired." She glad
ly accepted his offer of a cup of cof
fee in the shop they had used the
other night; she sat down wearily.
"I hope you have good news for
me." she said, forcing a smile.
He shook his head.
'I am afraid not. Mr. Hastings is
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impiiient; he thinks I am not work
ing at quickly at 1 might. He wants
tiiir boy. He say he will employ
otlur mean if I do not briiitf him
the boy in a week."
K'lrt went white to the lips; she
felt at if eomeone had liven her a
blew over the heart; thtliad not ex-
pt-rifd this; she had hoped great
There wa tindly concern iu Mar-
tint eyes; lie rid done hit best, lie
bated to tee the shock he had given
lier; he thought of the overbearing,
a-rogam way HaHiugt had treated
him, and he H"hed that he had never
indTi.iktn the affair,
Volet recovered quickly; the
drank the hot coffee; it teemed to
put Iron lite and vigor into her; her
thcughts began to work quickly.
She thought of Hattingt at he had
arxiout to I e friendt w.th her; the
rememhrrt J the letter he had w.t
ten to muJame; he must be inter
ested in iter, genuinely interetwJ,
to have dne tuch a thing.
She tpo':e to Martin hurriedly.
"He gives you a week; well, will
you give me five dayt? Let me have
five dayt. I will take the boy awiv.
I give you my word of honor I wiil
rot do anything mean or underhand;
you have bt.cn kind to me. I will be
honest witn you. Give me five oi
snd then" she drew a long breath.
"If if Mr. Hastings still wans
Ronnie I I promise to give him
l!er lips trembled, but her voire
was quite steady. Martin held out
"I am so sorry for you; I o.i'.v
wisn I could help you. I hate the
vHcle business, but what am I to
"You will give trie the five days?"
she asked again; her vO'ce was agi
tated now. "That is ail I ask and
then, if I am beaten," she shivered
Martin's hand closed over hers.
"You shall have the five days," he
Olive Hale had been out with Mr.
Green of the ribbon department.
They had made up their differences,
temporarily, and Mr. Green had
risen to a couple of dress circles at
one of the theaters and a shilling ice
after the second act.
Tiut Olive had been bored; she
looked at the women down in the
stalls and envied them; she looked at
their cavaliers, and beside them she
thought Mr. Green both common and
He had a loud lough, and he talked
through his nose, and he was too
familiar with the wiatress who
brought the ice. Altogether Olive
was glad when the evening came to
an end; she did not even enjoy the
ride home in the taxicab which Mr.
Green, offered as a final apology; she
left him abruptly on the curb out
side Mrs. Higg's.
As she trailed dejectedly up the
an overtaxed and
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Just another naj
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stairs carrying candle the met Via.
let fuming down, Violet still wore
her hit; she was flushed snd iired
looking; she held s letter in her hand
Olive stared at Iter.
W bete are you going?" she tled
Only to the post; have you been
to s theaterr
"Vet, we had circle seats." She
let her gaudy evening cloak fall oren
to show her silk (rock; she had
bought cheap at a bargain cab st
(jatwiiVt; the cloak lie had her-
elf made from remnants; she was
skillful with her fingers.
"You look very nice." said Violet
kindly. She spoke more from habit
than because she really thought so;
the was really thinking that Olive
looked overdressed; too gaudily
dressed. The influence of niadame
and the well-cut gowns that ma
dame's young ladies wore had al
ready trained her eye unconsciously.
I'rrhaps Olive guessed how per
functory the words were; she
frowned a little.
"I suppose you are very smart up
"We all wear black frocks; come
and see us one day."
"Oh, I don't know; I'm always so
full up." She yawned as she spoke.
"What on earth are you going to
post this time of night for?"
"It isn't 12 yet; they clear the box
Violet made a movement to pass
down the stairs; the letter she car
ried slipped from her hand; Olive
stooped in a flash, and picked it up;
she no longer showed signs of
She returned it instantly to Vio
let, but in that second she had seen
to whom the letter was addressed.
"Ronald Hastings, Esq., care Vio
lette's, -e-street, London."
And it was marked in the corner
When Ronald Hastings walked
into the office of Violette's the fol
lowing morning there was a small
pile of letters for him on madame's
Communications of all sorts but
chiefly begging letters , reached him
through madame; it was generally
known that the whole business was
his; generally known, too, that he
was practically a millionaire.
Madame greeted him with a smile
she always had a smile for Hast
ings, she considered him so "dis
tingue"; the proudest day of her life
had been when he had once taken
her out to lunch. She lived in the
hope that he would repeat the invi
tation. But Hastings was not particularly
fond of the society of women, he
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For reservations, write
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N. T. to Cherbourg and Southampton
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n4 ben toa imii.li run after, loo
figfrly sought. The "at hamn" snd
enir ruinmrnl hit mother givt.snd
which he wis perforce obliged to at
tend bored hurt to tinction he
would fr rather have spent the
evening with nule companion, or
even by himself,
Violet had attracted liim because,
obviously, he did not attract hrr,
and it wit a new experience for him;
it amused him exceedingly to see
the way she held her head when he
spoke to her, and the cool unfriend
liness of her eye. He thought of
her often; he had no intention w hit
ever of losing sight of her; it wit
her presence at ViolrCs that had
brought him there every day during
the week; is a rule he seldom vis
ited the smart establishment where
He glanced through the tellers
madame handed to him, carelessly
opened one or two and toned them
into the waste paper basket. Violet's
wa the last of all.
He stared at it, turned it over and
broke the flap open with some curi
osity; then his face changed, a little
thish of eagerness crept into his
brown skin; he moved over to the
window and read it through eagerly.
Madame watched him curiously.
She, too. had noticed the letter that
was marked "Personal."
Presently he turned round; he put
the letter into the breast pocket of
his coat; he sked niadame a few
questions about the business, but
when she answered he seemed to
pay no attention. From time to time
tie glanced at the door as if expect
ing or hoping to see someone enter.
When he took his leave he lin
gered in the showroom; he looked at
one or two models lying sbout; he
told madame jokingly that he be
lieved he knew as much about sell
ing as she did.
One large, black hat took his
fancy in particular; it had a grace
fully curved bim and knots of
"I'll buy that hat," he said sud
denly. "I know someone who "
He broke off. Violet had crossed
the velvet carpet close to them. She
did not glance in their direction, but
she was painfully conscious that the
eyes of both Hastings and madame
were upon her. She would have
given anything had it been compat
ible with dignity to gather up her
lonp; skirts and run.
When she had gone. Hastings re
ferred again to the black hat.
I know somebody who would look
ripping in that hat," he said with al
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most boyish enthutiism. "Pick it
up and tend it sround, will you, mi
He took a cut from his pocket,
and give madame a is note.
"1 will send it to your private ad
drett?" madame inquired.
"Oh, no ... at least,' he broke
off, einttrrated. "I'll tell you where
to tend it later en," he added bur
riedly. He made a hasty exit.
Madame calted to Violet.
Violet csme slowly.
Madame indicated the black hat.
"Mr. Hastings his purchased this
model," She looked at the girl
shrewdly. "He will let us know to
where it shall be sent."
She walked sway with a little
pucker between her brows; she had
a very shrewd idea as to the ultimate
dest niation of that hat with the knots
of black rotes.
Violet stayed as long as she dared
that night. She wanted all the girls
to leave before she did. Lena Adams
offered to wait for her, but Violet re
fused; she said she had promised to
meet someone; she felt bound to
give the excuse; she did not wish to
hurt Lena's feelings. Florrie Jones
turned sharply as violet spoke; she
(Continued In Tha Bea tomorrow.)
Family of Seven Injured
as Automobile Overturns
Beatrice, Neb., June 19. (Special
Telegram.) W. E. Woodbridge,
his wife and five children of Vir
ginia, this county, were severely cut
and bruised when ti e car in which
they were riding struck an unpro
tected hole in the highway three
miles south of Vesta and turned
over. The machine was badly
smashed. The occupants were taken
to Vesta, where they received medi
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Vtfrn Agricultural Inter,
fell Continue Big Factor
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Washineton, J"'" I'- Western
agricultural interests continue to be
the dominating tactor in the perfect
ing of the tariff bill in the senate.
The proposal of republican mem
bers of the finance committee to sub
stitute a bounty (or producers of
potash for the duty as carried in the
McCumber bill means another con
cession to the farm bloc and an ad
mission that the provision as origin
ally approved by the committee was
doomed to defeat on the floor.
Whether the potash producers get
a bounty, the farmers have won their
fight for the retention of potash on
the free list.
As yet the new potash provision
hat not been formally presented to
the senate and action will not be
taken until the free list is reached.
The influence of the agricultural
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Fares are low enough this year to enable you
to visit this enchanting summer land for little
more than it would cost you to stay at home.
Get our booklet that tells where to go and
what it costs.
MARSHALL B. CRAIG
General Agent. Passenger Dept.
H. T. MINKLER, Diet. Paaaenger Agent
2419 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. J A ckson 0260
interests will be further dnuonstrtte4
I this erk when the agricultural sched
ule ol the unit bill is reached. During
I the past few weeks the finance eomwa-
I mitiee has voluntarily proposed " '
' mntiijrrahle number of reduction m
luti(i on manufactured articles below
the rates carried in the MeCmnber
dim. in i lie case ol agricultural
schedules no reductions are in pros
pect bui the finance committee is
expected to propose some increases
m cases where the rates in the Mc
Cumber bill were not high enough
to suit the western tariff bloc
Woman Changr Testimony;
Kohher Supect la Treed
District Judge Leslie took the
robbery case of Horace Kutch from
a jury yesterday alter one of the
stage's witnesses, who has bren held
iu county jail for a month, repudi
ated her polite court testimony that
caused kutch to be held to the
higher court. v
Kutch was charged with the I
hold up of ' Lone Star" Hans and
two other men in a shark near Ak-Sar-Ben
field last March. Mrs. M.
McNeil was the state's witness.
According to Henry Beal, deputy '
county attorney, Mrs. McXeil told
him that she was sick when she told
police that Kutch held up the three
men and got $400.
16th at Capitol
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