The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927, June 28, 1922, Page 7, Image 7
a SI W Youth, 21, Goes to Wed, But Girl If A TV 1 1 I nas z nusnands r r iovc i oung urram ooe to $mah When Brainard Lad Appear! for Ceremony. John J. Kuglcr, jr., ion of a har ne manufacturer of Brainard, Neb, arrived In Omaha yesterday morning with a harrowing tale of how he nar rowly neaped becoming the third liuland of a South Bend (Ind.) girL Young Kuglcr, 21, met the girl he intruded to marry in San Krinciico i last September on hit return from 7 Hawaii, where he had been lerving for nine months in the army. They traveled together ai far a Omaha. The girl, who Kuglcr ayi gave ner name at Mist Dean Kollart, went on to South Bend. John went back to Brainard, to tell hit parent! of his new found love. Octs Ring Back A week ago, with his father's con sent and money, he left Brainard for South Bend. The girl failed to meet him at the South Eend station, as she promised. After endeavoring to find ner through ordinary channels, he went to the court house, where, he says, he learned she had been mar- ricd twice before, once to a Salt Lake City man and the second time to a man in Chicago. aunt,' said John. "She seemed to eive b i"iv IIWIIIV V t till want me to keep on loving her. hut instead I demanded my engagement ring back. She was using the name of Mrs. Idell Gcllis. She said it was her second husband's name and that her first husband had neglected her. I got the ring back." Worth Experience. John produced a large pearl in i " gold setting to prove tnn. "I'm happy now because I didn't marry her, he said. "The trip cost me a little money, but it was worth it in experience. Of course I hate to go back to Brainard without a wife, after telling every one I was going to get married. "But well, maybe I can find some home-town girl who'll have me." His face clouded for a moment. "There was a girl befBre I left Brain ard. But when 1 returned I let her know I was in love with the South Bend girl. I'm afraid she wouldn't consider me now." R.B. Howell Raps Public Utilities Senatorial Aspirant Also Scores Railway Commission in Campaign Speech. Pawnee Citv. Neb.. June 27. fSDecial Telegram.) Alter three 1 m.'.iincr in Wcinninir Water, Syracuse- and Teeumseh, R. .h HnmpM'i antn ramnaicn lor scn- a nr iti M annul iz nines oui ui Pawnee City. The candidate had long walk to summon an auio repair crew, the delay necessarily canceling meetings in Humboldt and Falls City. Mr. Howell's ideas for the regu lations of monopoly, that is, public competition, as illustrated in the case of Omaha's ice plant, was received by his Tecumseh audience with much interest and enthusiasm. He called attention to the failure of legal regu lations of rates and stated that an other attempt would be made next winter to give the state railway com mission jurisdiction over electric light rates, and declared public ser vice corporations regarded the vari ous state railway commissions as virtual sanctuaries. ..... All public utilities m this state would be under the state railway commission now were it not tor the direct primary, he said, adding that these corporations want the direct " primary abandoned. Woman and Children Burned in Explosion North Platte, Neb June 27. ir.. t T.n.. :a fatallv burned and her three children, all small, are in a serious condition at a nospiwi . - i K,.min suffered nere is a imuh uu......p- - , Sunday night, when gasoline explod ed in the tent in wnicn incy ing. The Tenncys recently tame nere from a town in Minnesota. r Road conditions Furnlh.d bir th. Omh Annw'.ll. Club Hoa.1. re reported Rood ,.v";e with th txoeptlon of Schuyler which li till a llttl muddy. Roads were dry yes terday afternoon and are ne,n'L dIJncoln HlBhway both eirnt and west, also on tne Chicago a umana pnorinnw must watch for detour alsna. Weather clear and aomewhat warmer. Dresses at $10 and $15 Wednesday we offer 150 new Canton Crepe Dresses in plain colors, Printed Crepe Dresses and Sport Combination Dresses in various materials,, actually worth up to $25.00, in two groups for Wednes day's selling at $10 ..a $15 Julius Orkin 1512 Dongks Street BRINGING UP I- - 1 - MQX TAKE THrr Jack Is Prize Kitten Mrs. C. C. Kemp Mrs. C. C. Kemp, president ot the -Omaha Persian Cat society is holding: "Jack," the silver Persian kitten that took sweepstakes honors at the kitten show Monday after noon at the Burgess-Mash audi torium. The kitten was exhibited by R. F. Woods, 7717 North Thir ty-ninth street. Ihere were 75 entries in the eight classes of kittens on exhibition and the cages were variously decorated. One white Persian rested its head comfortably on a baby pillow, while next door, three energetic tortoise shell youngsters cavorted about a miniature circus ring. A smoke kit ten was esthetically placed in a cage hung with orange crepe paper, while Personals Mrs. John Rea of St. Louis, Mo., is visiting Miss Mildred Rhoades. Mien TTlin Hrartam leaves Wed nesday for a visit in Laurel, Neb. T.awrenre frCacnie returned Mon day .morning from several days in Chicago. Mr and Mrs Fred T. Adams with their three sons, will go to Lake Okoboji in July."' Mrs. R. H. Bailey of Pierce, Idaho, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Raloh Kiewit will return Thursday from a motor trip to New York, Washington and Bos ton. Mrs. Kiewit attended the tenth reunion of her class at Wellcsley. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pickard and their tw6 daughters, Miss Eleanor and Miss Flora, will leave the first of next week for Pacific Grove, Cal., where they will spend the summer. Miss Evelyn Ledwich left Monday for Chicago to visit Miss Adelaide Moore, who will be remembered as a frequent guest in the city. Miss Ledwich motored down with Miss Dorothy Morton. Miss Florence English and her sister. Mrs. Leo Wickham, of Council Bluffs, left last week for Denver, Colo., to spend the summer with their sister, Mrs. R. D. O'Neill, Mr. O'Nell and daughter, Margery Anne. Miss Elizabeth and Miss Helen Robison, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Robison, lett luesaay ior Miss Portia Sweet's camp at Steam boat Springs, Colo, for two months. This is their fourth summer at me camp. Mr and Mrs. W. F. Gurley leave Wednesday for Maine, where they will spend the summer. Their trip includes Washington, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. They will return to Omaha the middle of Sep tember. Mrs. Margaret Richardson, who has been engaged as secretary of girls' work at the Y. W. C. A. for the past two years, has resigned her position here in order to accept the Metropolitan Girl reserve secretary ship at Minneapolis. She will enter her new position September 1. S. W. Townsend arrived in Pueblo Monday from Omaha and will go to his summer home in Beulah. Mrs. Townsend, Miss Marion Town send and John and Alan will motor ft)m "Omaha, planning to reaeh Pueblo Sunday and going at once to Btular. where they will soend the summer. FATHER . , . Kisrinv. COOKED and "Jack." near by a boudoir scene in pink and lavendar housed a young silver coated miss. Among the out-of-town exhibitors were Mrs. F. W. Bowers of Scrih ner; Mrs. William Nearing of Nor folk, and Mrs. M. T. Myers of Lin coln. Blue ribbons were awarded to the winners in each class, and Dr. Ethel B. Maltby of Omaha acted as judge. The Persian Cat club has been in existence since a year ago last April and is a member of the National Cat Fanciers Association, Inc., of New York City. Mrs. C. C. Stevens is to be chairman of a full-fledged Persian cat show to be held next November in connection with the poultry show. Problems That Perplex Answered by BEATRICE FAIRFAX Ixves a Married Man. . Dear Mias Fairfax: My daughter, 25, is going about with a man 19. This man is married and has two children. My daughter knows this. He U suing his wife for a divorce. For the past two years his case has been in the court, the judge refusing him a divorce, but granting him a legal separation. My daughter, knowing the facts, still refuses to give this man up. What can I do to persuade her to look at this in the right way, as she will not listen to me? S. G. H. Instead of arguing with your daughter and trying to force her to your viewpoint, why don't you per mit her to see this man whenever she wishes, provided she permits you to chaperone her or goes out In a group of tried and trusted friends? Make this concession and see if she won't meet you half way. If this Is a deep and honest love on both sides, possibly it will some day work out happily when the man is free. But if it is a wild and dangerous fascina tion your actions may impel a fool ish and stubborn girl to do something very foolish. Make your daughter understand your real friendship for her and your sympathy with her feelings. Don't estrange her. Don't let her think you are trying to de prive her of happiness. Protect her and In order to do this, don't an tagonize hei Western Trip Next Month. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Van Arsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blackburn and Judge and Mrs. Howard Kennedy are planning a western trip the mid dle of July when the three men plan to attend a meeting of the National Bar association in San Francisco. Mr. Van Arsdale is the Nebraska member of the general council, and Mr. Blackburn is a member of the executive comnjittee. The party will go on as far as Banff aid Lake Louise together. Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn will then go east for a visit in Boston and will spend some time in the Breton Woods, Vt Carter Lake Club. Helene Margaret and Elice Holo vtchiner entertained at a picnic luncheon and swimming party Mon day afternoon. The guests were Virginia rrantz, Margaret iogan. Eloise Margaret. Letha Gant, Mar- tone Pool. Pauline Nelson, Arlme Rosenberry, Carman Longman, Eloise Musselman, Mae Thoelcke and Frances Johnston. Sorority Picnic The Delta Delta Delta sorority en tertained with a luncheon and an Or pheum party for the Misses Elinor Pickard, Frances McCheseny, Joanna Broderson, Corine Anderson and Eloise Margaret last Saturdar. THE OMAHA BEE: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28. 1022. 'eii blR! AT we --- Ail, i 6 My Marriage Problems Adele Garrison's New Thaso of "REVELATIONS OF A WIFE" (Copyright l2t) I The Delicate Way Madge Had to Handle Allen 'Drake. Allen Drake's pointed tribute made me Hush in embarrassed fashion. Then 1 paled in the anger at myself which the foolish schoolgirl trick al ways rouses in me. I caji control my ftatures, my cvei, my expression, but a personal reference, especially if it be complimentary, almost invariably sends the blood to my checks. For a wrathful second or two. I told myself that I would prefer the slur I imagined in Mr. Drake's voice when he learned of my recog nition of the cuneiform characters in the code, to the hearty admiration he had just voiced. As I forced myself to meet his eyes, and found that the indolent smiling hint of condescension which I so detested had gone from them, that instead there was in them a distinctly new expression, of cama raderie, of intellectual equality, my petty embarrassment faded. It was replaced by a resolve to meet this new demeanor more than half way and to justify his faith by the most earnest endeavor that was in. me. That he saw my embarrassment and took the surest way to banish it, I realized when directly after his flattering little speech, he turned to my father with the most matter-of-fact air possible. - "Chief." he said, "wilt you check me up while I dictate these names to Mrs. Graham " "I Warn You" My father put up a protesting hand. "Indeed we will do no such thing," he said authoritatively. "You must get some rest before you exercise your brain any more. The morning will do for this. I would not have brought my daughter here, save for the fact that I thought it would be a relief to you to know " "Relief!" Allen Drake exploded. "She's just naturally saved my life, that s ail. And as ior the rest, 1 can t close an eye until I've provided her with every last molecule of help there's in me. And that you know very well." There was a boyishness in his mien which I never had seen be fore, but there was also in his voice an intonation that betrayed the in exorable will beneath the careless manner. My father yielded at once. "I suppose I shall have to let you have your way," he said resignedly. "at least as far as dictating the names goes. But I warn you " A "Nonsensical" Code. "Pardon, chief. I know I'm an impertient oaf, but my course after dictating the names is distinctly up to Mrs. Graham. If she needs my help further ' he paused, looked at me hopefully. But I don t, I interposed quick ly, warned by the real anxiety in my father's eyes, that the brilliant government agent was in danger of seriously injuring his health by his persistence in working beyond 1ns strength. "That is," I amended, Sensing suddenly that I was on deli cate ground, "I don't need anything but the names until I have a chance to go over my old notebooks and those Prof, Severance gave me, to eliminate the things I don't need. Then I am afraid I shall be at a standstill without your aid. But I won't be able to get that preliminary work finished tomorrow. It will be at least the day after before I am ready to report to you." I tried to tnakc my tone properly humble and named as long an in terval as I dared in order that he might have the test he so sorely needed. But the sardonic little laugh which he gave when I some what breathlessly finished my little speech, told me that I had not de ceived him in the least. "Very clever," he drawled, "and I promise you the original Seven will havs nothing on me as far as sleep is concerned in the time for which you ask. I am very glad to shift the burden to your shoulders, and now I'll give you those lists of SYRUP PEPSIN IN OLD AGE Much used by elderly people tor constipation, ' biliousiyeu, head aches, etc. MANY men and women, as they grow older, suffer , constantly from little ills. The cause is the poisons produced by chronic constipation, result ing in headaches, depression, bloating, sour stomach, bad breath, etc. A single bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will prove to you that you can so regulate yourself that elimi nation will occur promptly every day. Increased doses are not necessary. It is i com bination of Egyptian Senna and othersimplelaxativeherbswith pepsin.The cost is only about a cent a dose. In spite of the fact that Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has been on the market 30 years tCg JIGGA AND MAGCII IN fVU. PA&E Of IOIOM IN Iris, SUNDAY Btt 4 HE UCAtrieo HOW Tb COOK 'tM AT CL r .... . MAO A POOH TCACHCH t22 sr Int x FtAxunr tcuvice. names. Your father will check them. I do not need to tell you to take rare of the list, and destroy it when you have finished. I have the names in code,' but I think it will he safe enough for you to write tht m out." "It you don't mind I will put them down in a code of my own which I once worked out tor my own amuse men," I said diffidently. "It is an arbitrary one, though a childish thing, and 1 am not afraid of any one's deciphering it it is too non sensical." Mr. Drake looked at me oddly, but made no comment until I had finished transcribing the lists of names he gave me. Then as I rose to go, he said with almost too non chalant an air to be quite convinc ing: "When you bring back your dope, I wish you'd let me have a glimpse of that 'nonsensical, childish' code of yours I" Spanish War "Rough Rider" Will Speak on Boy Scouts Stella, Nel., June 27. (Special.) Walter L. Anderson of Lincoln, can didate for the republican nomination for congressman from the First dis trict for the regular term, will give an address at the summer convention of the Third Sunday school district of Richardson county here next Sun day. Capt. Anderson was reared in the west and was a "Rough Rider" in the Spanish-American war. He is an ac tive man in civic affairs and is espe cially interested in the Boy Scout work, being on the Lincoln Scout council and also chairman of the Scout Camp committee. He has chosen to speak upon the Boy Scout movement and its benefits to the youth of tjic nation. Agriculture Department Fights Barberry Plants Pawnee City, Neb., June 27. (Spe cial.) Two representatives of the state department of agriculture are in Pawnee county making a thorough survey of the farms in a search of barberry plants. The state is at tempting to eradicate the barberry because it produces wheat rust in tfreat quantities. The plant has been found on several farms. Prayer Each Day The Lord hath made known His salva tion: HlB righteousness hath He openly shewed In the sight of the heathen. He hoth remembered His mercy and His truth toward the house ol Israel: all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God. Ps. 98:1-3. Almighty God and Heavenly Father, Who, through Thine only begotten Son didst sanctify the ties of marriage and home, we heartily thank Thee for Thy loving care and watchful providence over us from the beginning of our lives to this day. We praise Thee for all our happiness and joys; for the gifts of affection and sympathy towards one another; for any chastening of sorrow or trib ulation with which Thou has seen fit to visit us. And we beseech Thee to continue Thy gracious goodness toward us. Give us grace to do our daily duties faithfully, as parents or children, as members of Thy Church, and as citizens of the nation. Pardon all our offenses, and make us sorry for them with the godly sorrow that worketh repentance unto salvation. Comfort the distressed; bless the work of the clergy and all other ser vants of Thy Kingdom. Bring the nations into Thy fold, and add the heathen to Thy inheritance, so that righteousness and peace, truth and justice, fellowship and good-will may prevail among men, to the honor and glory of Thy Name; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. BISHOP FREDERICK B. HOWDEN, D.D., Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Cheney have returned to Kansas City by motor after a Week here with Mrs. Cheney's sister, Mrs. F. S. Hunter. and is today the largest selling liquid laxative in the world, the formula has never been im proved upon. It is safer and better for you than salts, minerals, calomel, coal tar and such drastic purgatives. Half -Ounce Bottle Free Fct acap constipation, to an If io not feature a laxative at this moment la me tend Jok a half-omct Trial Bottle of mi Symt Ptfm FREE OF CHARGE that jaw wtU hat it haruff when needed. Srniplj send your name and address to Dr. V. B. CatdweU, td aiJimfton Sc. MoruiceUo, IB. Wrae me wdh I Parents' Problems How can a boy of 10 be retrain ed from teasing his older sisters? This is not always eay to man age. Direct your efforts rather more to the sitters than to the boy. Advise them not to take the teasing seriously. If they laugh, thus show ing that they are not teased, or that they are amused by it, the boy AIIVF.HTIsrMKNT. If your tongue is coated you Two utmost unfailing dHnger sIr nalM thHt show you are sufferlnic from constipation! Unless you elim inate this dangerous condition you have ten chances out of one hundred to escape illness for ninety per cent of all slcknos has lecn traced di rectly to conHtlpatlon! You cannot afford to wreck your health through neglect of constitu tion or constipation symptoms! Fight constipation as you would fight fire! And fight It with nature's greatest natural weapon BRASi" Kellogg's Bran, cyoked and krumhled! Your physician will Indorne the use of Kellngg's Bran for constipation! KtrlloRK's Bran will keep you hale and hearty and" free from diseases that come from intestinal poisoning. fPJP A Pdelivers iV 5f&u A PIANO II OR PLAYER I) I During our June Sale, just four days more, counting in Saturday to complete the week, the most liberal terms will be arranged. As little as $10.00 will deliver a Piano or Player Piano to your home. Balance payable in very small weekly sums. Our Great Player Outfi? Only $298 88-note player, ivory keys genuine copper wound bras: strings, wonderful tone and finish. Equipped with all the latest expression devices. Bench, Scarf and $10 Worth 'of Music Rolls Free Mahogany, only $ 58 Camp & Co., only.... $110 a.i...i i i,. a-soec Singer, tonly $135 J. C. Fisher, only ....$140 Phonographs We have close to fifty used standard make phon ographsthey look like new, sound like new and are in perfect condition. Priced so they will sell at once. $1.00 down is all you pay. Tlctrola .. Victroln .. Yictrola .. Grafonola Grafonolfi 21.00 25.00 98.00 18.50 70.00 , 30 CENTS FOB YOUR OLD PLAYER ROLLS We will let every old player roll you bring to n count as 30 cents on the purchase of a new one at $1.00 or $1.25. Bring in a dosan you are tired of. Sdimollcryiudl:rFianoCc fcii.ff .v. IS Uf4'48-Do&e Drawn for The Bee by McManua TCLU VrfHO HCLPCO HER, LIFT THCH OUT OF THE. CfVCN? will vrry likely stop It. It is no fun to tease pilvis who don't mind it. llootlm Make Trip llcrshry, Neb.. June 27. (Spr rial TelcKram.) About .10 rars of boostrrs from Sutherland, accom panied by the Sutherland band, vis ited Hershey m the interests of the Sutherland chautauqua and Fourth of July program. or if have an offensive breath! I HecHiise Ilran cleanses the bowels as I nothing else ran, and cleanses thorn I In a natural way thut causae no irri gation or disromfort! Children thrive when riven Kcllogg's Urnn. It helps them to grow strong and robust. Eat Kellngg's limp regularly and you will relieve constipation naturally and surely, lint It ia Important to use It each day; at least two heaping tHblPHpoonfuls; In chronic cases eat it with each meal! KelloKK's Urnn will sweeten an of fmslve breath and clear up a pimply complexion both being largely traceable to constipation. And you will appreciate the de- Heht of eating KEU.OUU s JJran, cooked and krumbled. It is delicious a a cereal or sprinkled on other cereals and It can be used in count '.ibm annetlzlng waya in baking, and cooking! Grocers sell Kellogg's Bran. $298.00 1 nn s Used Uprights Priced to Suit Every Purse Instruments that we have taken in trade on new instruments or which have been returned from rental. Lagonda, only $145 Erbe, only $155 Hartford, only $198 Steger & Sons, only $225 Schiller, only $250 firafonola 8 4O.00 Schmoller & Mueller S 8.00 Schmoller & Mueller S 80.00 Schmoller Mueller S 95.00 Schmoller & Mueller $ 35.00 w. ft viiam 'fima Si. Omaha 11 Putin t Aula View Rett. Oh SuiiiUv. June .'5, h-r wrr ( ntiiiilirr fi prtir fur llir w'" Iitkf4t una rnultrn wnurr. i re following hl rr(rrv4iiiu. i K. Hunter, 10; W. It. Chuk. 5; W. A. )rlon, K; Jhn S Kuhn, 1.'; J. I'. Itui'i. 6; liny I 'Kitrti, ; j. 11. Joiim, o; V. 11. F.ltkfturth, 7. THK VALOl GIVING STORK Where operating: expense is reduced by each em ployee working for the cus tomers Interest seeing to it that each sale- made is a Value-Giving Sale lop Ic.r Rt- $11.00 frigerator Side Icing $24.50 Refrigerator Next Thursday, June 29th, At S P. SI. FREE! Bowen'e will give away an eight-piece Italian walnut dining room suite and 35 other useful household ar ticles FREE No purchase required. Ask about it Step Ladder Stool ....$1.59 crown m i Fiber BF Rockers, $4.65 All Fiber Furniture Reduced. 4-pass. Lawn Swing, $8.65 4-pass. Child's Swing, $5.95 Two-pass. Hardwood Porch Swing complete with 7-foot chains and ceiling PO Jf hooks How St., BtC 13th ad ltb ft. . 'J. "MT J BO j U 1 1 J f .!!!