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THE OMAHA PEE: TUESDAY. JUNE 27, 1922
12 Arrests Made
and 396 Bottles
of Beer Seized
Nearly All Those Taken in
Boorc Raid Frrnl
in Court, How,
Forty-two prr'm vrre rrrtet
nJ 596 brttlrt oi Iikt were rizfd
i-atiirday night in raid liy the police
Jamr Vtggini. 1310 North Twcn
ly tonrth street. nnr II pmons ar
reted in his place, iIwk"! with
pouting and lriiii inm.itis of a
gamblnijj home, were ili hMrgnl by
Judgv I'li'ter in mitral pnhir court
Monday because of immiiVh ii'iit evi
dence. i.i.mn l,'ii,.n .?'() Ohio ktreet.
wis luied ini) or ill'Hil possession
of fi-' rj'iari'. "I brer ml $3(1 lor
rtinninp a disorderly hone Kipbt
ren persons v. ere arrested as in
irntes. Two of them were good looking
gitls who save tb" names of Olive
Spencer, 21. .ml Marie Casino Nich
ols, .'1, of Honey ( reek, l.t . saying
tiicy bad come to Omaha 10 -days
.go to go to work.
The Spencer Rirl told the judge
her father, who was a minister, is
Judge Foster sentenced them to
be Iccltired by Matron ("libbons.
Tlie other lf were permitted to
lell their individual stories to the
judge, who summed them all up in
"Vou're all of you lying," he said.
"Von know as veil as I do you went
out there to Ret a drink."
One man said he was a contractor
and had gone out to the place at 11
at night to see about a contract; an
other said be was taking a water
melon out to the place; .mother said
he was there "ju.st out of curiosity."
Ml were discharged.
bred McDonald, 81l) South Nine
teenth street, was arrested with 2-15
quarts of beer. Sev.-n persons were
arrested as inmates. All were dis
charged but fue, who forfeited $15
Mis. McDonald appeared in court
to testify for her husband, saying the
beer was for their own use.
"It does me good, judge," she
said. "You see I weigh 210 pounds."
Al Gray, 2S24 Caldwell, street, and
eight persons arrested as inmates of
a disorderly bouse, also were dis
charged. Gets 60 Days.
Scbasticn Yinciquerra, 2412 South
Seventeenth street, who was dis
charged on a lfquo'r complaint sev
eral weeks ago, .when he, told the
judge liquor found at Ms place naa
been "planted" there by his enemies,
was sentenced to 60 days in jail for
illegal possession of 61 quarts of
beer arid a quart of gin found by the
Three hundred bottles of beet
were found at the place of Charles
Hoffke, 2413 South Eighteenth
street. He was discharged.
All the liquor taken in the raids
City Manager Plan Said
to Be Favored at St. Paul
Public sentiment is growing in fa
vor of the city manager plan of gov
ernment in St. Paul. Minn., accord
ing to E. M. Skiptott, chief ac
countant in the office of city comp
troller in the Minnesota city.
Mr. Skipton was here for a day
en route home from a meeting in
Colorado. He explained that civic
organizations of St. Paul are repre
sented in a central body designated
as an unofficial city charter conven
tion. This central organization is
preparing a new city charter, which
will provide for a city manager. The
proposition may be submitted at the
St. Paul now has the commission
plan of city government. A recent
attempt to go back to the old ward
system of councilmen was defeated.
One of the objections against the
present system in St. Paul is that
the same officials constitute the ap
propriating and spending bodies.
Revised Building Code Is
Recommended for Passage
City council committee of the
whole yesterday recommended for
passage 1 the revised butldyig code
which was prepared by the city
building review board.
Prayer Each Day
I believe (ind. that it xhntl. be even as
1! was told to me. Acts. a7:2S.
The night has brought us rest and
refreshment and renewal of strength
and hope. Father. The day opens to
us its opportunities, and brings us
its manifold tasks and, it may be,
its trials and burdens and cares.
We thank Thee, our Father for the
restoration of power and courage
while we have slept. We trustingtly
pray for guidance and enabling for
the undertakings and employments
of the day.
We seek the direction which shall
Set us forward along right ways, the
wisdom which shall cause us rightly
to choose in every issue, the integ
rity which shall keep us wholly loyal
May no burden be laid upon us be
yond our strength, and if the trials
oi the day are to be many, grant un
to us the great patience, constant
self-control, and the power to keep
our tempers and our judgment.
Grant that we may suffer no loss
of faith in our fellowmen, no lessen
ing of our belief of purity and good
ness, no dimming of our vision of
the ideal. And bring us at tha end of
a day of useful labor and helpful
living to the joy of an unbroken
REV. J. PERriTAt, Ht'GET.
Tunes Out Music
Variable Tuner Brings in Sta
tion Detirrd Operution of
A 'looie coupler in a receiving set
it another form (if tuner used in
place oi a tuning coil. It provide
much sharper tuning because of the
IVt that the antenna and the (round
are not connected directly to the reit
of the receiving et. The outer wind
ing on die loose coupler i called the
primary, and the inner coil the sec
ondary. The energy is transferred
from the primary to the secondary.
The primary inductance is usually
made variable by means of a sliding
contact, and the secondary made
variable hy means of a rotary switch.
In nontechnical UriRiiae, the loose
coupler is used to TL'NK OUT the
stations you do not care to listen in
on, and to Tl;Nli IN' the ones you
A vario-coupler is the same as a
loose coupler except that the second
ary rotates within the primary in
stead of sliding in and out of it. The
secondary has r.o taps on it.
A variometer is the inductances,
one rotating within the other, and
both of them rounecled in series, or
with one terminal of th inner one
Connected to one terminal of the
outer one. The two leads left are
the terminals of the variometer.
This provides a continuously varia
ble inductance. Tuning is done in the
same manner as with a variable con
denser, except that you vary IX
DUCTAXCE rather than CA
PACITY. Capacity Eliminated.
When we say "varying the in
ductance" we mean that we change
the electrical LENGTH of the instru
ment. When the wire on the rotating
part of the rotating part of the vario
meter is as close as possible to the
stationary part, the INDUCTANCE
is lessened; when the rotating part is
at right angles to the stationary part
then the inductance is lengthened,
making it possible to receive shorter
or longer waves at will.
CAPACITY between the secondary
coil lead'-, mote than anything else,
causes dissatisfaction when copying
amateur stations and other short
For short wave reception capacity
between the secondary leads should
be eliminated if one is keen about
getting the very most of a receiver.
Keep the secondary leads as far away I
from each other as practicable, and,
if possible, at right angles to each
other. By secondary leads is meant
those that run from the honeycomb
mounting to the grid condenser and
The length of the leads between
the grid condenser and the detector
tube, and those between the second
ary and the B battery, should be as
short as possible.
National Radio Show
- Opens in Chicago
Chicago, June 26. Radio appara
tus, ranging from vest pocket novel
ties to big field sets, are on exhibi
tion side by side at the National
Radio exposition which opened here
Scores of sets made by school
boys of Chicago were in competition
to be inspected by a committee of ex
perts selected to award prizes to the
juvenile radio amateurs.
Antennae were erected on the
building where the exposition is
being held, to snatch messages from
the air. Among the messages for
which the radio audience awaited
was an address by Alexander Eise
tnann, president of the National
Radio Chamber of Commerce. Ar
rangements were made to broadcast
Mr. Eisemann's address from New
York. In additional to commercial dis
plays were educational exhibits by
the navy showing the evolution of
radio from its inceptions. Exhibitors
included the United States Depart
ment of Commerce, the weather bu
reau, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and
Camp Fire Girls.
Tuesday and Wednesday have been
designated at jobbers and retailers'
days, respectively, while Thursday
has been set aside on the program for
Should children be allowed to
know of the sorrow and pain in the
Shield the children all you can. At
best, you can keep from them only
a little of such know-ledge. Sorrow
and pain come to every neighbor
hood; as a neighbor, every child
learns of them. Teach the children
to be sympathetic, to feel with
others, when they know of their
troubles. Say to them: "If there is
anything you can do to help, do it; i
not, show your love, that helps; and
ask God to help." Such teaching
will help both children and neighbors.
Fee Cm to $5,(11)0
Federal Jutle Parr Dovui
$10,500 .Ucd l.y Will
Federal Judce Woodmiik'li ir'ff-
day fixed William Randall' ve ,i
receiver for the defunct lU'kct Si. :-.
it $5,iXH). Rand tit a,ked l5 0
The judge's deciiit ratnt a'tcr a
lengthy hearing in which Clinton
Hronie, attorney for the rnriw-r.
quoted figures to prue Kmtdatl w.is
entitled to f 1 1.260. He said creditors
were influenced to object to the tee
by an ungrounded tear it would
jeopardize payment of .t t'1' per n ut
settlement, agreed upon.
Brome declared llieie would be
money left to return in the chiiimiiv.
even after the fee KaiidJI .iked.
his own fee of $H,5iifl and creditors'
attorney fees nf J7.5iwl wire p.inl.
Judge WnodtoiiKh Mmtd.iv t the
fee for Clinton Bronte, ;mniirv t'r
WilUm li.i !-!!, riuurr, at J4.500.
Hr.mir ,ir. w (Nt, J-'ee lor Ndney
V initti. 4it'"ury i.ir the company,
w.i nt at $w',nii io apply on con-
Mill. m itrVisC
'Prui! Prisoner- Forfeit
More Than $10,000 Bonds
I More than aWO.Omi in boiuU ere
f"rb itcd by narcotic prisoner alone
during the last term of court, Joseph
M iMiinn, !cdrr4l iikicnt, announced
M.iinUy The bond i.i Johnny Moore,
who i oli d to appear tor trial wi
j l.ujunr Uw viol.iter who forfeited
j their botuh wi'l swell this fiifurt.
Suit t" recover from bondsmen will
be instituted soon, said (irorue A,
Ke-ir, si,t.iiit L'nited St.itc attorney,
Hatlting IWtnr Named.
)r. I'.uil I'lotow lias been ap
..ml.. I by Dr. A. S. I'into, health
oDiiii iter, a physician in
h.ui oi the uiiblic bathing resorts,
ii, I'lotow will rs. inline the children
t eviiliiue (i lonngious or in
i tiMiis iie.ii and will supervine
lie coiiiiii i:i oi the water in the
TRAVEL and RESORTS
s.trrlUnl mrininuilslln Is slill
iitttaMx Hi luw rates for Jul).
"Lm'ffl rttrr KILLOGG'S.
.' ur I wi".'
fid you could buy KIL
LOGG'S. but I could ctrry 'm
hml tuft will I"
Our word for it!
youll never Jtnow how delicious
Corn Flakes can betillgoti
Positively the most joyously good any-time-cereal
any man or woman or child ever put in their mouths I
Such flavor, such crispness! Such big sunny-brown
Corn Flakes ! How you'll relish a generous bowl-filled-most-to-over
flowing; and a pitcher of milk or creaml
Never was such a set-out! Never did you get such
a universal vote as there'll be for Kellogg's Corn
Flakes! Big folks and little folks will say "Kellogg's,
please, motaer I" Leave it to their tastea
and yours! Prove out all we say 1
ZtAMrfA Tot, Kellogg's Corn Flakes are a
revelation in flavor; a revelation in all
TftACTED the-time crispness! Kellogg's are never
Jtx tough or leathery or hard to eat! Insist
CORN upon KELLOGG'S the original Corn
f aiCC Flakes the kind in the RED and
.Z GREEN package!
AIm Bilkers of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooked ad krnmbled.
General Purpose Trunk
No need to travel with wornout lug
gage when you can purchase this full
fiber-covered trunk. With two trays
draw bolts has round edge and
will stand up under severe usage.
The price is but
Omaha Trunk Factory
1318 Farnam Street Opposite W. O. W. Bldg.
The Omaha Bee Want Ads bring
the best results.
J MOSQUITO BITES
"First Aid for the Family "
a toothing, Healing Germicide.
Wabaah Train No. 6
LV. CHICAGO 10:30 A.M.
AR. DETROIT 5:55 P.M.
AR. BUFFALO 2:50 A.M.
AR. ELMlRA 6:52 A.M.
AR. BINGHAMTON. 8 :25 A. M.
AR. SCRANTON . . . 10:10 A. M.
AR. WILKESBARRE 10:51 A. M.
AR. NEWARK 2:59 P.M.
AR. NEW YORK ... . 3:30 P. M.
Wabash Train No. 12
LV. CHICAGO 11:25 P.M.
AR. DETROIT 7:25 A.M.
AR. BUFFALO 5:10 P.M.
AR. NEW YORK . . . 7:15 A. M.
From Chicago, Wabash "Train 6" at 10:30 A. M. of
fers unusual service with its through equipment of all-steel
Bleeping cars and coaches and fine dining car service and
not only to New York City, but to Detroit, Buffalo and the
resorts of Canada, New England and the Seashore.
Train No. 12, leaving Chicago at 11 :25 P. M., also pro
vides splendid service with all-steel sleeping 'cars to Detroit
and Buffalo and through steel coaches to New York City.
Summer Excursion Fares East
are now In effect from Omaba via Chicago to many Eastern cities and
reiorts. No excess fare via Wabash the lowest fares, either one way
or round trip, apply.
We invite you to vt-rite, phone or call for information.
Tickets at 1416 Dodge St. or Union Station, or write
H. C. Shields, Division Pass. Agt., 1909 Harney St., Omaha
N. T. t ;hibour ami i.iiiihinpin
AI ITAM July Au. I Aug. U
U.nr.suHl .. July II A iic. I Aug t
MAiKertMA . July i .ut. i
N Y l- l'l moilltl, l'hrhuiiric Hamf"J't
a OM A July I Aug. Nrt.
I AKOM A Jnly Am. 81 !. ft
N V Colin, igurrni..wni a l.lvtrpaol
lAf ttMA ui). .liilr ft Aiii. X !. 1
AHH AM A July U Au. IT Kri. I
MJTMIA (row).. July 'u Aiif.SI hrot. U
V ttftt i .1 n.ft n l i tii.rt
( AMKKOM A Jul 5
N V 10 l.on.1iliiilriy unit Illa.fnw
AM.Mtlt Julv in An. n IS
Ctil lMHM July IS Am. ID Krpl. I
t AMKNOM.t ri(.WOrt. 7 Mill . 4
Huatftii lo I.oil'li'Ml"tT. l.lvtipmil
AAhTRIA July Tt, 15
lln.inn lo Vilrlli.tiwn J.lv.rpml
HAMAKIA (iii.wi Aiii.ts feiit.tO
Via Fli'turi n.ue HI f.arpn IMU
Mnrtttnut to CIhuciivv
r AK tN'lH.l July '.'a An. '.'J M.pl lJ
MATI KM A ..'July 4 Auk. II Mrpl. S
Ainu talta nt Movlll. Ireinml.
&iontral t& l,tvrtnnl
TVRKIIKMA new July M hnt. t MHri. SO
Al SOMA Ana. tl ril. lit Oil. II
A I.HAM A Ann. IU M-pl.s:l Oil. SI
Montreal to l'lyiunuih. CliiTbuurg
ANTOM A July 1 Auc. ft Npt.
AMlAMA July ! J Aug. 26 nrpt. Z
Apply Coapanr' focal Agla. Kvrrywhrr
M j'Uf thrft HUa'W h4 fik
lit. tm, H.tUfif tfWiWrniitf, (
ilfl i'UitMi, t'ini i ..Mi lit'1 Htf Tit
iri1 iitn tt Mien H ! MM It Atwft
it 4, MIm,
AfOTOR, fish, golf, camp in the
AV1 woods or a one the motor trail ,
or atop in a bin city hotel; you're cloee to
Belle Isle Resort
l.ak Superior's busiest re
sort. Fishlnirliik snd brook
rout, and nature ' mot won
derful spot. Full of thrills
and thiiiKft different.
For full information in
quire at th Foster Travel
Service in Hurtjes Nash Co.
For reservation", write
Bella Harbor, Michigan
nature or civilu ition as you nlei
Comel Bv motor, rail or tioat 4ak vour
local ticket 0ent about reduced summer
rates, write for Information and literature.
Ten Thousand Lakes of Minnesota Assn
1 169 Bait 6th Street St. Paul, Minn'
When you write, indicate kind cf information
desired: General Vacations, Canoe Tripe
rermancDt oummer tiome sites.
aintTllI AflnemoUerii hof
HOTEL evrry room with bath
(see Hotel Red Book In every Pullman ear)
ters tiers tor mall, telegraou, leaodrr. eta.
Write for booklets: address
The Saint Paul Hotel, Saint Paul, Wan.
Quickest time end Finest ship icrose
the Pacific. Fortnightly railings Irom
Vancouver. Take "Empress Steam-
ship Special" tram from Twin Gties
58 hours to Vancouver.
R. S. Elwonk;
Dept., 40 N. Dear
born St.. Chicago
. Like Ionise
RE Al TRIP
T. J. WALL
140 S. Clark
Canadian Pacific Railway
at. leaw IB .
rOW, when fares' are the
lowest in years, let us
plan a never'tO'be'forgotten
tour for you.
try of Wisconsin; the big cities
and seaside and mountain
resorts of the East; combina'
tion rail and boat trips; we can
include them all in your vaca'
tion itinerary at surprisingly
A wide choice of routes boat trips on
the Great Lakes or along the Atlantic
Seaboard. Stopover anywhere en route.
Tickets on sale daily until September 30.
The famous OMAHA - CHICAGO
LIMITED leaves Omaha at 6:05 p. m.,
arrives Chicago 8:05 a. m. Company owned equip
men't courteous company employed attendants.
Direct connections at Chicago with Resort 'bound
trains and steamers.
It will be a pleasure for us to give you complete
travel information, make your reservations; in fact,
arrange all the details of your trip. Write, phone
W. K. BOCK. General Acffit, Paaaracer Department
SOS South leth Street, Telephone nonrlae 441, Omaha. Seb.
Milwaukee & St. Paul
TO PUGET SOUND -ELECTRIFIED
Mt Rainier National fork
"The combination of ic scenery with woodland
scenery of the grandest type it to be found
nowhere in the Old World and so far at we
know nowhere else on the American Contl
nent." James Bryce.
Mt. Rainier, rising nearly 15,000 feet into the
blue, is the greatest accessible glacier field
in the world.
Forty-five square miles of ice and snow con
stantly moving and ages upon ages old. And
right at the side of the glaciers wild flowers
bloom all summer.
You may toboggan down the snowy slopes; explore
the glaciers; or roam the trails on foot or horse 324
square miles of alpine and wooded playgrounds.
Reached from Tacoma or Seattle between breakfast
WlUTS Tb etory of tha padfle North wtt U too Mf to toll (a
mittw an dvtrtiMiMnL Writ for your copy of the lllut
MAtrtw tt,t,d booUrt "n p,dfie Northwaat and Atoka."
Then yooll want to go.
On tha way visit Denver, Colorado Sprint; and Salt Lak City; It
coati no mora. Maks tide trip to Yallowttona National Park.
Two splendidly equipped train for Portland, Tacoma and
Seattle, the OREGON-WASHINGTON LIMITED and CON
TINENTAL LIMITED. Nearly 200 miles along the match
lee Columbia Rirer.
Fares Greatly Reduced &
Round trip eoita only little aaoee thaa tin fare one way
Vet lafermstisa ask
A. X. Curts, City Pass. A tent, V. P. Srtteea,
ii9 Dodge St., Omaha, Phone Dstiilis 4000
Consolidated Ticket Office Union ttatlon,
1410 Dodge St., Phone Douglas 164 10th and Maicr Street) M b
New Route to
OUT in Wyoming a new scenic route
to the Yellowstone will be opened
July 1, and the cost for automobile
transportation in luxurious motor cars,
with the world's grandest scenery thrown
in, is less than you have to pay for riding
over Omaha boulevards in a taxi.
World travelers u, rifi atrnrlvi rVi AvAirx,
tion cerMnnnim lasT Pall umra unctinrsvi in
their nrai'gA anrl onrVinsiaam fnr tVi nori
route and proclaimed the scenery the moot
magnificent they had seen.
70 miles of the 150 is through the Sho
shone Indian Reservation, winding along
the picturesque Wind River, which it
crossed and recrossed many times; wonder
ful Brooks Lake, with the world's greatest
trout fishing; the Teton Mountains, con
sidered the moat majestic of all ranges ia
the Rocky Mountain Region; and the
Jackson Hole and Lake Region, greatest
big game country in the World.
In Lander, out
Gardiner or Cody
Q Q &
Covers rail transportation Omaha to
Lander and West Yellowstone, Gardiner
or Cody to Omaha, automobile transport
tion Lander to Yellowstone National Park,
two nights lodgings and six meals between
Lander and the park, in addition to auto
mobile transportation and meal and hotel
accommodations in Yellowstone Park
hotels lor the regular 4!i day tour. If
camps are used in Yellowstone Park the
fare will be $9-00 leas.
The same fare applies going via West
Yellowstone, Gardiner or Cody, returning
Per iabnaatiea, sak
Cent Agent, C ft N W. P,y
Tel DovfUs 274
A new booklet, muled
Teton Mountain fteau
f Yellowstone National
Park, k in a it.
Bjaa. Wria Im.oof,.
Than jroa wiU warn h. to.
USE BEE WANT ADS THEY BRING PROFITS
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