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THE OMAHA BEE: TUESDAY. JUNE 27. 1922.
, uiTiiiun noyausis
of Dr. Rathenau
Former Officer Lfad Parade
of Potdam Street in
Prmonitration for Re
turn of Monarchy.
Berlin, June id. The monarchim
hourl their teeth yetrrUy. Not
for one moment hit the Urge "luier
true" group throughout the republic
been nieui or cowel. In Bavaria
rur-lly a word of sympathy for the
of Dr. Walter Rathenau. out
nje ol the prefunctory official con
dolence, i ipolcen. while the lecret
monarchist locietiet. who are chared
vith tauting the r!etht of Maflnai
Krrhergor and Ur, Kathenau and the
attempt on the hie ol J'hilip Srhtreld
mann, joyfully celebrated their great
In j'otuditn Saturday night Un
American youthi, led by former ol
tuers and kinging military uii, pa
raded through the mreeti. In the vil
lage of faub-on-Rhine, facing the
bank once occupied by American
force, i!cnitintr.iied for the
return of a monarchy, and ugainit the
entente occupation i'f Germany. I:i
the rcicliHUif it.elf the members ol
the nationally party jeered the so
cialist j.iraktr and declared againtt
martial law as a curtailment ol per
Germany i monarchist niovcincut
BRINGING UP FATHER--
IIC JIGCS AND MAGGIE IN rVU.
f Ad or cokoai in im ummv ate
I'LU THUOW MC MAT IN
AN' tr tT MMS IN I LL
CO IN r ftME, Thrown
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VttL' IT LOOKS A.S ir
IVJ COtH C tAf t
to co in; : .
Drawn for The Bee by McManua j Rome Miller lo Spend
icwnaati nut I Siiminer in California
Rome Miller, proprietor ol Hotel
Rome, will lem her June SO far
iiju nl avral mAHtha at hi L'all.
fit rin a linnie in Lot Aug' lei. lie
will be accompanied by mi dingMer.
Mn. 11. a. Wegener, ana mu
Marmirrit U'liitmr. Mn. Wll
cener wilt itay until September
a a Hit..
wnn sir. inj iri. imer.
M I NOU THROW H lh
617 nu wt'i, ruruM tm. i ... j
the restoration of a monarchy as the
first point on the program.
Herr JlellHerich, who Saturday re
ceived a bompiet on which were ril
lions inscribed, "To the Savior of
German Honor, From Souih Ameri
can Friends," Is the leader of the peo
ple's party, backed by Huro Stinnes
and a lug business party with numer
The second group is the hardeit
worker for monarchy. It includei
General LudendorfT, other generals,
numerous guards, other regimental
organizations, nationalist war veter
ans society, and remnants of the Ba
varian or (icsch.
The third group consists of a so
called volunteer corps, led by Herrs
Rossbach, Ehrhart, Weser. Heidel
brccht and numerous jobless war
veterans ready to do anything for
pay. Members of this group helped
Kanp capture Berlin, fought work
ers in the Ruhr, murdered Erzber
ger, and sent troops to fight the
Poles in upper Silesia. Tney are
strong in Silesia, Mecklenburg and
Bavaria. They are financed by Ba
varian peasantry. Like the Ku Kltix
Klan, they have a secret ritual, take
an 6atli in blood, and swear in a
committee for assassinations. One
of these secret 'murder organizations
was named in the ErzbergVr trial.
Impeachment of Mayor
Oles of YouuEstown Asked
Cnltimhn. (:. Tune 26. Governor
avie tnil.nv rprplvpil s rpmipst from
nomas F. Faloon of Ymtngstowu
the impeachment ot .Mayor
j;e Oles of Youngstown. In his
petition to tht governor Faloon
harces Mayor Oles with gralt and
unfitness for office, declares he is
not a resident of Youngstown and
that he was not legally elected to the
Governor Davis has not indicated
what action he will take.
MAN AND WIFE
Since T 'ring Tanlac Wich
ita Ccaple Declare They
Now See Why It Re
ceives So Much Praise.
"Since taking Tanlac I now see
why so many people praise it." said
A. L. Bonham, 527 South Topeka
street, Wichita, Kan., valued employe
of the Campbell Baking company.
"I suffered two years from r. bad
form of stomach trouble. My appe
tite was so poor I didn't relish my
food and I had terrible headaches
and dizzy spells. My kidneys both
ered me very much and I had such
ams m the small of my back I could
aly stoop over. My sleep was so
restless and I was so weak and run
down I just had to force myself to
"It only took five bottles of Tanlac
to rid me of all my troubles. My kid
neys never bother me now. I have
an excellent appetite and have re
gained my weight and strength. My
wife took Tanlac, too, for a severe
case of stomach trouble. It fully
restored her and she has gained 12
pounds. We certainly are grateful to
this wonderful medicine."
Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.
Name of Candidate May
Not Appear on Ballot
JVIiith. Neb., June 26. (Special.)
According to legal opinion in thil
city, the name of V. W. Cole cin-
not appear on the ballots ol Ante
Icpe county at republican candi
date it the primary election for rep
resentative of the diMnct.
Mr. Cole filed hii name among
the firtt candidate of the countv
for repreeniative of the Eighteenth
district, and all filings have official
ly been given the county press from
the ofifce of the county treasurer.
Antelope county comprised the
F.ightcenth representative district un
til changed at the last legislature,
of which Mr. Cole was a member,
to the' Sixty-tecond district. Since
the filings have been cloed lor more
than a week, it is a matter of con
jecture a to what will he done
with reference of tilaciug this name
on the ballots when such district
does not exist in Antelope county.
Man Listed as Deserter
After Enlisting in Army
The charge of desertion which
stood against J. E. Jones, a registrant
of the local draft board for Madison
county, Neb., has been set aside.
Draft records show this man was
issued delinquent order No. 121, di
recting him to report to the adjutant
general of the state of Nebraska for
military duty not later than February
8, 1918, and that because of his fail
ure to report as directed, he was certi
fied to the adjutant general of the
army as a deserter. The records of
those who served during the world
war show that he enlisted in the
United States army September 25,
1917, and served until August 24, 1919.
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Farmer Slashes Throat i
in Attempt at Suicide
r i - 1. I xr-V T .... If. . I
uran ircnaru, iicu., junc v.
(Special.)-L. S. Penkava, 40, a
farmer living a mile north of this
place, attempted suicide by cutting
his throat with a razor. Two deep
gashes were inlllcteU, but the jugular
vein was missed.
Mr. Fenkava has been in poor
health for six weeks and had just re
turned home from Rochester, Minn.,
where he did not receive much en
couragement as to his condition from
specialists. His condition is serious.
Farm Home Destroyed by
Fire While Family Away
Nebraska City, Neb., June 26.
(Special.) The house on the farm of
Henry Levign, near Julian and oc
cupied by Carl Schneider and fam
ily, was burned to the ground, to
gether with the contents. The
Schneider family was in this city at
the time and when the blaze was
discovered by neighbors it had
gained such headway that they were
unable to save the furniture. The
origin of the blaze is a mystery.
Both building and contents were in
sured.. Neligh Lighting Plant to
Install Second Engine
Neligh, Neb., June 26. (Special.)
The S. F. Gilman Mill company,
has closed contract for a 120-horser
power Busch-Sulzer Diesel engine
with direct connecting generator to
be installed as an auxiliary unit at
its lighting plant in this city. Since
the loss of the water power, the
company has been operating one
large Diesel engine. When the new
unit is installed, in about 90 days,
the company plans giving continuous
service, which will include Sundays.
$25,000 Advanced Farmers
Washington, June 26. (Special
Telegram.) The War Finance cor
poration announced that from June
19 to June 24 it approved advances
for agriculture and livestock pur
poses' in Nebraska amounting to
Tea for Bride.
Mrs. E. A. P'egau will entertain at
tea in her home from 4 to 6 Monday,
Inlv X in hnnnr of Mrs. Wallace
j , - -
Spear, who was married early m
June. She and Mr. Spear have just
returned trom tneir weaaing trip to
mql. their linm. ill OtTlflba MfS.
Snear was formerly Miss Lee Schur-
man ot fremont.
Brvan in Favor
of Tax Cut and
Code Bill Repeal
Democratic Aspirant for Gov
ernor Also Declares for Re
peal of Indeterminate
My Marriage Problems
Adila Garrison's Kw Phut of
"REVELATIONS OF A WIFE"
Zemo, the Clean, Antiseptic
Liquid, Just What You Need
Don't worry about Eczema or other
skin troubles. You can have a clear
he:ilthy skin by using Zemo obtained
st nnv druR store for 35c, or extra
Ure bottle at J1.00.
Zemo generally removes Pimples,
Blackheads. Klotches, Eczema, and
Ringworm and makes the skin clear
and healthy. Zemo is a clean, pene
trating, antiseptic liquid, it is easily
applied and costs a mere trifle for
each application. It is always dependable.
Furnished by the Omaha Auto Club.
Lincoln highway, eaiit: Roads tair to
good. Som rain, but roada not bad.
Lincoln highway, west: Roadi fair to
Frtmont. No report from Central City due
to wtrei down. Grand Island, road good.
0. L. D. highway: Roads (air to good.
Highland cutofr: Roads fair to good.
O Street road: Roads good. Some road
work east out of Lincoln.
Cornhusker highway: Roads good. Show
ers last nisht.
Omaha-Topeka. highway: Wires out due
Omaha-Tulsa highway: Wires out due to
Meridian highway: Muddy in stretches.
Georga Washington highway: Roads fair
to Blair. No report from the north due to
Black Hills trail: Roads fair to good.
River-to-River road: Roads under con
struction out or Council Bluffs. Fair to
good to Pea Moines. -
King of Trails, north: Petour Crescent
City to Honty Creek. Roada fair to good
King et Trails, aouth: No report. Wires
Custer Battlefield highway: Roads re
ported fair to good. Heavy rains the past
week In Black Hills district.
Chicago-Omaha shortline: Roads muddy
to Atlantic Fair to good to Des Moines.
Iowa City reported roads fair to good.
Detour. Victor to Iowa City, due to road
work. Take I. W. V. route.
1. O. A. shortline: Roada muddy.
Blue Grass road: Roads fair to good.
Bom rain, but roada passable.
Heavy showers occurred most every'
point last night. Weather cleudy every
where. Possibly clearing and warmer to
day and tomorrow.
Lincoln, June 26. (Special.)
Lowering of uxc mil repeal of the
code bill are the leading t'eaturei in
the lexislative and aduiinistrilive
program on which Charlci W.
Bryan, former mayor, announces in
a public statement he will make the
race for the democratic nomination
"In submitting my name as a dem
ocratic candidate for governor at the
primary election, I do so with the as
surance of many that my candidcy
will prevent the injection of the
liquor question into the itate cam
paign and encourage a militant
democraf y to concentrate its efforts
upon tax reduction and business ef
ficiency in state management," reads
"I believe taxes should be and can
"I believe the way to reduce taxes
is to reduce the cost of government,
and to be more specific.
Would Repeal Code Bill.
"I believe the code bill should be
"I believe the duplication of ad
ministrative heads, as row in force.
has greatly added to the number
of employes on the payroll, lowering
efficiency of the service of the state
government, and is an imposition
upon the taxpayers.
"I favor placing the administrative
and departmental work of the state
back into the hands of the regularly
elected state officials.
"I believe in a regrouping of the
various departments in the hands of
the proper state officials where said
state officials can be held directly re
sponsible to the voters who elect
them, and that the great army of use
less employes now on the payroll
should be discharged as a matter of
"I am in favor of abolishing joy
riding at the people's expense by the
numerous state officers and employes
on mileage books paid for by the
Favors Auto License Cut.
"I favor reduction of the automo
bile license tax in proportion to the
reduction in income of farmers and
wage earners of the state.
"In considering appropriations for
all state work, and all state institu
tions, careful consideration should be
given to the people'e financial condi
tion. "I favor the provisions of the Shep-pard-Towner
"I am a supporter of the primary
system, and favor doing away with
the party circle, and am opposed to
the four bills becoming a law that
are to be voted upon under the ref
erendum. "I am in favor of the repeal of,
or an amendment to, the indetermi
nate sentence law and in favor of
the modification of the rules gov
erning the pardon board that permit
and encourage weak officials to re
lease from the penitentiary confirm
ed criminals without proper punishment."
New Era Baptists Close
Annual Convention Here
The New Era Baptist association,
composed of negro Baptists from over
the state, closed its fifth annual con
vention Sunday afternoon with a
mass meeting at the Zion Baptist
church. The closing sermon was de
livered by Rev. W. F. Botts, mod
erator of the association.
These officers were elected for the
coming year. V. F. Botts, mod
erator; F. A. Taggert, vice president;
William Franklin, second vice presi
dent; H. L. Anderson, recording sec
retary; H. W. Botts. corresponding
secretary; P. J. Jenkins, treasurer,
and P. C. Parker, statistician. D. M.
McQueen and Rev. McFarland were
chosen members oi the executive
Potash Quartet Denied
Motion for Rehearing
Motion for new trial for William
McWorter, Jacob Masse, Charles
Wohlberg and W. G. Chipley, "the
potash quartet," was overruled Mon
day by Judge Munger in Lincoln,
according to word received by the
office of United States District At
These four men must be in Oma
ha jiot later than July 3 for sentence
to be pronounced upon them, accord
ing to Attorney Kinsler's instruc
tions from the judge's ruling in
Judge A. L. Sutton, attorney,
stated he would wire the four mer
at once. He did pot reveal their
Governor McKelvie Talks
at Chautauqua Opening
Nebraska City, Neb, jure 26.
(Special.) The Nebraska City
chautauqua opened a five-days en
gagement here w ith Governor S. R.
McKelvie delivering an address on
"Essentials of Citizenship." A large
crowd . was in attendance and the
speech of the governor yas highly
The Admiring Admission That Cime
From Allen Drake.
For a iwift resentful second after
Allen Drake's query I felt like pick
ing up the papers m which were
the cuiieiform'cltaracteri or, rather,
portions of them which 1 had rec
Agnized, and flinging them at hit
head with a passionate refusal to
do anything more concerning the
matter. Then, as I noticed the ex
pression of his tired eyes, I realized
that the emphasis which had of
fividcd nie was unintentional.
"Will you tell me," he had asked,
"how in the name of all that's won
derful you arc able to recognize
But though the words and em
phasis were slurring, I iaw in his
lace and eyes that he had no thought
of belittling me. There wai a very
natural astonishment, of course, but
besides that, I saw distinct admir
ation and something more, a swift,
reviving hope which, it was plain,
depended upon me alone.
There was something unusually
pathetic, appealing in the aspect of
this man whom I had never seen in
any other guise thaji that of a bril
liant, rather lordly man-of-the-world.
He 'was now, I told myself, with a
whimsical recollection of my teach
ing; days, very much like a child
who faces failure in his final ex
aminations, and then seei a faint
hope of the catastrophe being avert
ed. And there was no mistaking" the
need in the eyes looking into mine.
Always, I had regarded Allen
Drake as a being so wrapped in
his own self-esteem that most human
contracts bored him. But all at
once I saw that beneath his blase,
indolent mask, he was like most
other men, craving the aid, the
sympathy of a woman near to him
in friendship or affection when a
A Little Explanation.
I believe if men would tell the
truth, the hardest of them jitver get
over the instinctive longing figur
atively to "run to mother,' when
they are hurt. And I am very cer
tain that the sucest way to secure
a woman's interest is to arouse her
maternal instinct. At any rate,
when I saw that appealing look in
Allen Drake's eyes. I reflected that
according to my father's statement
there was no woman alive of hjj
blood, none to whom he was linked
by any ties of affection. And I
felt a thrill of pity for his loneliness,
a sudden fierce desire to aid him.
which surprised my usually placid
My father saved me the necessity
"In her girlhood," he said, "my
daughter took a gread interest in the
study of these early inscriptions, and
she had the advantage of being asso
ciated for a time with a man who was
a master in that line, Prof. Sever
"Severance!" Allen Drake inter
rupted, and I was feminine enough
to enjoy the somewhat awed look he
gave me. "Why he wis one of the
big iharki in the leil"
Madge It Embarraiied.
"Exactly io," my father returned,
"and he gave Margaret much valua
ble aid, ai well ai bequeathing her
tome of hit notebooks and a part
of his technical library."
"Then," Mr. Drake turned to me,
eagerly, and before my eyes he was a
man transformed, nil fatigue miracu
loutly vanished, his eyei gleaming,
the grayish pallor of hit face chang
ing to a healthy flush, "you will be
able to straighten this out'
Hit wordi were an assertion rath
er than a question, and he laid his
hand confidently upon the jpile of
papers holding the marks which had
"That I cannot tell yet," I said
cautiously. "If what I conjecture
be true, and they have uied half of
theie characters, the code is a very
arbitrary one. There will be great
difficulties. I shall want these to
compare with my notebooks, and
you say these undeciphered charac
ters probably apply only to name and
figures, probably dates?"
That is the Inference I draw
from the words I did decipher," he
answered, still looking at me in a
curious respectful fashion, which
much embarrasced me.
"Could you, from your knowledge
of things in general, I spoke with
significance, 'provide me with three
litis of names, one of public offi
cii!, one of unknown workers asso
ciated with you, and one of nimet
which you think nuy belong to the
wrong tide of this buiinets?'
He stared at me frankly, the ad
miration in his eyei deepening until I
wis compelled to look away, and was
(urioui with myself for the action.
"By jove, chief f he said enthusi
astically. "If our gifted friend
Smith were around here, he would
opine that Kipling nid a mouthful
when he got off that little spiel about
the female of the ipecles."
Wife Threatened to
Kill Him, Man Asserts
Nicholas C. Campbell, jewelry
uleiman- testified in the divorce
hearing against his wife Verna, in
domestic relations court that the last
six years of their married life have
been "hell on earth."
"If she was the only woman in
the world. I would not have her,"
said Campbell. "She threatened to
kill me. and the two children, 11 and
9 years old.
Campbell further testified his wife
told him the children were not to
tie her down to the house, as she
intended to have good times.
Campbell stated that his wife
nagged him and was insanely
jealous. Mrs. Campbell took the
witness stand Monday afternoon to
tell her story of their marital rela
tions. They were married in New
York in 1909.
Youth Held for Trial on
Improper Conduct Charge
Riy KronquiM. 18, Denver, was
ordered held for trial in dittriet court
under $10,000 bond in central police
court Monday on charges of improper
conduct with two small Doys in tim
wood Dirk. The youth said he had
served a term in the Colorado Indus
St. Bernard parish, Benson, will
give a lawn social on the church
grounds, Sixty-fifth street and Mili
tary avenue, on Tuesday evening.
School Teacher Injured by-
Elevator Sue for $10,000
Clara F. Cooper, 65, school
teacher for 36 years, filed suit Mon
day for $10,000 in district court
against the Brandeis Investment
company, alleging she wis caught in
an elevator February 17 and injured
o that she was in the hospital tor
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to your druggUt
Stopt Pain Instantly
The simplest way to end corn
Blue-jay. A touch itopi the pain in
stantly. Then the corn loosens and
comes out. Made in two forms
colorless, clear liquid (one drop doea
it!), and in extra thin plasters. Uie
whichever form you prefer, plasters
or the liquid the action it the tame.
Safe, gentle. Made In a world-famed
laboratory. Sold by all dniggiata,
JV-Mf Writ BautrS) Bkuk, CMmq. DHL ijj
M vaiuaMt loo. " CWtmI Oar ttU
IT'S MADE WITH MILK
LET THE QUAKER
BE YOUR BAKER
Problems That Perplex
Dear Miss Fairfax: What do you
think of this? Vi and B love each
other; they both work and make th
same salaries. B will not marry Vt
until he makes twice aa much as he
makes now but there is no pros
pect of his doing thia for some years.
VI is willing to marry and keep her
position, but B won't have this.
Wants her to wait until She can re
main at home. Don't you think if
B really loved her he would adont
her plan? She is thinking of giving
him up. What is your opinion?
B Is making the blunder of putting
his masculine pride before all else.
If Vi can persuade him to a real
partnership which is what the
riRht marriage truly is, their love
will be finer and bigger. A woman
cannot help working proudly and
happily side by side with her hus
band provided he realizes that they
are both struggling, ambitious Indi
viduals and that he can give his wife
more by offering devotion and un
derstanding than by hanging her
with Jewels. Luxury and ease are
not what a fine woman craves but
unless Vi can make her sweetheart
see this they will never be peaceful
and happy together.
Barrln; Her Friends.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I have been
poing out with a wonderful boy for
the past three months, and last week
he asked me to give up my other
friends and go out only with him.
Do you think thia is playing fair
when he has not given me a ring
or plainly said he will marry me?
I love him dearly and would sacri
fice everj'thng were he to treat me
the way I should be treated. He
has absolutely no bad habits. C. O.
I'm not inclined to recommend cut
ting yourself off from all other men
for the sake of one man to whom
you are not engaged. We all need
our friends. As for your not being
engaged, do you blame a man for
wanting to know a girl thoroughly
and for desiring to study the ques
tion carefully before plunging into
matrimony? If there were a little
less speed about leaping into mar
riage a great deal of unhapplnesi
could be avoided. A life partnership
ought to be based on certainty and
security and knowledge. Don't try
to rush things just berause you have
a romantic desire to be engaged or
The coffirect answer to
Me Edison s question:
"What is GrapeNuts made of? 99
c4nswered by the makers of GrapcNuts
THIS is one of t number of questions which Mr. Edison ins putting to
applicants for an important position in his organization. We are happy to .
learn the interest shown in the food, Grape-Nuts, by a man of. such broad
attainments as Mr. Edison.
There has never been any secretabout what Grape-Nuts is made of. It has
been on the market for 24 years.and practically everybody knows its composition.
But inasmuch as such a simple, everyday question as "When did Columbus
discover America?" is often incorrectly answered, it may be well to take this
opportunity to restate the following facts about Grape-Nuts:
Grape-Nuts is a highly nourishing cereal food, made from a mixture of
whole wheat flour, malted barley, salt and water. The mixture is raised by yeast,
baked in loaves, then sliced, further baked, and then crushed into granules.
No food in the world is so thoroughly baked as Grape-Nuts. More than 20
hours are consumed in the various baking processes.
As every diet expert knows, this long baking brings about conversion of the
carbohydrate elements, developing dextrin, maltose and dextrose or grape
' sugar a form of sugar to which all starch elements must be changed before
they can be assimilated by the system.
Grape-Nuts when eaten does not form a pasty mass difficult to digest the
20-hours baking makes this delicious food easily digested by even those with
the most delicate stomachs; and the character of the food requires thorough
Grape-Nuts-is a well-balanced food for building bone, tooth and nerve
structure. When combined with cream or milk, it is admittedly a complete fiod. '
You will find Grape-Nuts everywhere. At your grocer's, your club,
your hotel, your restaurant.
In America, where you don't find GrapeNuts
you won't find people
Postum Cereal Co., Inc.,
Battle Creek, Michigan.
THE BODY BUILDER
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