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TIIF. OMAHA BEE: SATURDAY. JULY , 1022.
IE E P Y - T M L
Air Mail Stations
to Be Equipped
for Radio Service
Freent Telegraph S)itrm to
Be uilim'iiti'l With
WirelfM Tt lImm for
Vhintin, July ( Special
Telegram.) I'lan arc hems on
lidirH by the I'otoiiice department
(or dunning at Irani a few of the 15
raHio nut'iii .trratcd in connection
witli the air iu.ul cfvite, including
Ihe '"" 'v at a-thmRtt.il. , Silkir Bear agreed with her brother.
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J'a. tlp. Ui!,!. ().; I rvaii, O.: : thi- Karmcr i;rcfll-s Mlgir. Likc luffy,
raK... lov.a lily, alia. . North ( s,(. u,nRt.(l to cnjo. IRin. S,e
l;.nr UiMr;;iu-. Hock Spring. coll(-, SCCi hcrclt, how they were
y ; Suit l.uU ( ity. Kino and an , ,,, , gct ay f ,,e Mlgar- jtu,
I ranci-.nt. !!,,, uAe uii her mind to keen clone
I in t .tiiniMit'K M.Hinn n.n nu
A L E S
MORE TALES OF
RY. ARTHUR SfOTT RAIL FY
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r ...r nun vitc. inciting ,;kfd s
... ,.i..xi.i. I.,.th ratlu lole.lM,, s,ki,
nl tel. phone rrvne. good?"
What the Wind Told Cuffy Bear.
That afii-niDt.it the wind hifud.
uadini; a wrtt, weet scnit through
t lie woods and driving Cuffy Bear
almoM frantic. He knew that
Farmrr Green wa boiling maple
m down in i he ugar hou-c at the
font eif litur Mountain,
Cuffv wrinkled hi noe anl
And he Mid to hn
Doesn't that intcll
both r:i-.io telegraph and ratlin tele
phune mice lor nine months, be
sidrt maint.-kiinni; an hour-to-hour
record of the pr;Tt s of air mail.
The PoMoliice ri'iiartnu-nt radio sta
tions now send out other information.
Complete weather reports also ro
out daily, a, well as reports of Rrain,
dairy, and livestock prices. It is
still uncretain just when the stations
will he changed to radio telephone
apparatus. I'.cran.se of the first call
on the radio by the air mail the
equipping will probably be gradual.
Further announcement concerning
the new service are expected within
Rehearing of Hotel Tangle to
Be Asked in Supreme Court
Lincoln, N'eb.. July 7. (Special.)
A motion for a rehearing of the
Nebraska Hotel and Nebraska Build
ing and Investment company's liti
gation will be filed in supreme court
Monday. The court, in an opinion
handed down July 12, reversed the
action of the Lancaster county dis
trict court in appointing a receiver
and held sal? of the holdings, includ
ing Hotel Fontcncllc. Omaha, and
Hotel Lincoln, Lincoln, to be null
Use gelatin immediately after dis
solving for ice cream.
to lulfy. Somehow he had a way of
getting what he wonted.
Now. only that morning Mrs.
Tear bad said to them, "Don't go
near the sugar-house again this
soring." Dut that didn t bother
"Come on I he cried to Silkie,
Then he went galloping home,
where Mrs. Hear was almost too
busy to answer a question. But
that didn't bother Cutly either. He
didn't ask his mother any questions.
He simply said to her, "We're going
The good lady hardlv heard him.
Without turning her head she re
plied, "Very well!"
"Come on!" Cuffy whispered to
his sister, Silkic. "It's all right.
She says we may."
So they tiptoed out of the den.
And soon Cuffy slid down a steep
snow-covered bank, with Silkie fol
lowing right behind him.
He didn't wait to watch her land
at the foot of the hank in a flurry
of snow, but scrambled to his feet
and scampered down the mountain
side, shooting the chutes wherever
a chance offered.
Little roly-poly Silkie found it
hard to keep pace with Cuffy. Now
and then she lost sight of him. But
his tracks were plain. And anyhow,
her nose alone would have told her
where he went. Didn't it keep tell-
U Good kX RMONTS Fo J"
a Delicia favorite that will
COOL and PLEASE you.
, fine caramel-flavored cream,
generously filled with crumbled
macaroons, all frozen perfectly.
for your table at any meal for
the evening treat for your pic-'
nic or outing be sure it's Fair
r e a d y at
as you like it.
Sai-rod daintily or in
bulk or in pint or.
quart sealed packages.
Made the BETTER way by
FAIRMONT in Omaha,
Crate, Grand Island and
Sioux City. 22
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
Phone DO uglas 3940
This Great Home-Like Uptown Market Is
the Food Buying Headquarters for Great
Saturday Grocery Offerings
Carnation, Pet or Monarch
Milk, 3 for 25c
Austin. Nlchol'a Republic
Corn, 2 cans for 25c
P. and G. Soap, 6 bars for 27c
Pearl White Soap, 6 bars for 22c
Ivory Soap, 6 bars for v 42c
Armour's Cooked Corned Beef, 45c aTue, per can 29e
Gooch's or Blue Bell Flour, 48-lb. sack 91-98
Puritan Malt, per can 69c
Domino Sugar, 2-lb. package for... .27c
Skinner's Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 for 15a.
Trait and Vegetable Department
per lb 3!4c
Large Sweet Can
3 for 25c
es, special, at,
per basket, 27c
Washington Loganberries or Blackberries, 15c; per case.... $3.50
New Potatoes, home grown, per peck 49c
Sweet Corn, home grown, dozen 50e
Wax or Green Beans, 3 lbs. for 25c
Home Grown Cabbage, per head ...:.V2c
Butter, Egg and Cheese Department
New York Cream Cheese, per lb 23e
Wisconsin Brick Cheese, per lb 23c
Creamery Butter, best brands, per lb 40c
Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 2 cakes for 25e
Tea, Coffee and Spice Department
Ice Tea Blend Tea, lb 29s
Gunpowder Tea, fine quality,
at, per lb 48e
Ankola Coffee, Z lbs. ...$1.15
A.dvo Jell, 2 for 15c
Cigars Just Inside the Dooi
Rosemont, 2 for 25c value,
4 for 25
Box 50 for $3.00
Prince Albert, full lb... 81.19
Quality Meats Underpriced
Home Dressed Broilers, per pound -45
Home Dressed Roasting Chickens, per pound 18tt
Prime Rib Rolled Roast, per pound 22H
Pot Roast, per pound
Best Cut Shoulder Roast, per pound 13Mt
Lean Pork Loin Roast, per pound 17
Rib Boiling Beef, per pound 44 C
Young Veal Roast, per pound 15
Extra Fancy Lean Bacon, per pound 27 hit
Little roly-poly SUkia found it hard
.to keep pace with Cuffy
ing her every moment that the sweet
scent in the air was growing
At last she overtook Cuffy in a tan
gled thicket, peeping at something
in a clearing beyond.
"What is it?" she asked him.
"It's a suKAr-house," he murmured.
"Isn't it strange that we've slid
straight towards it?"
She pretended that it was the
jucrrot thing the lud ever known.
"We mutn't go ne4r the sugar
hou.e," C'otfy reminded her.
"No, indeed!" she exclaimed
"Mothir aid not to."
'Hut she didn't y not to go
around it," S4id Cuffy. "I'm sure that
what the meant was that we
thmildn't go sniffing about the floor."
To that Silkie Hear nodded her
Then they Mole silently through
the iriiiue l forest that funned the
rdue 01 the clearing, 'i'hry moved
m-iv tlowly, stopping often to gate
with longing ryr at the ittiut build
mi! in the middle of the open tpace.
Out of it great stone chimney pour
ed thr white kiiioke of burning logs.
I Out of its wide doorway floated now
laud then a wisp of swectioh steam.
Somewhere off in the wood rang
I the voice of Farmer Green's hired
, man, .hmiting "Gee!" and "Maw!" to
; the mighty oxen, Bright ami Kroad,
! as tin y wallowed through the drifts
I tn gather the sap from brimming
I That voice frightened little Silkie
"Don't you think." she whimpered,
"that we'd better go home?"
Hut Cuffy didn't answer her. He
had stopped short and was snuffing
"Woof!" be cried. "There's maple
sugar right near us!"
Ten second later be had found it.
1312 Douglas Street
mm I T.El Wr? am sHIJX M
The "Food -Drink" for All Ages.
Quick Lunch atHome,Office,o4
Fountains. A$k for HORUCKS.
wAvoid Imitations & Substitutes
Pacific Oil Profits
$18,826, 146 in 1921
New York, J. tne flr.t an
nual report of the I'aeitie Oil com
pany and its Mifiliaied companies,
once the property of the Southern
Pacific company, which was nude
public today, ultow gross caitiiiu
from operation ut I'i.M oi $.lil,.J,.'j7.
1 lie net protu wa JIH.K.'o.Hft.
Surplus income alter deductions
for depreciation and depletion, ami
fclrral income taxes, wa flti..'M.J,,
against total liabilities of SHI.I57.05I.
I'roiluction for the year amounted to
M,IM73 barrels, the number of
well in operation oil lViembtr .'I,
The .l.jiUJ.lXKl shares of the com
pany's stock were originally subscrib
ed for by the Southern l'acitic com
pany at $15 per share, giving the
company a cash balance of $5J,5i,
000, out of which it set aside $H,75t.
remainder purchased oil lands and
50.4K per cent of the outstanding
000 as working capital, and with the
To Free Your 'Arms
of Hair or Fuzz
tuek of the Associated Oil company
from the Southern 1'acirie 1-tnd com
pany, a subsidiary of the Southern
Hallway (liuninUsioii May
HVguldt Auto '""a
Mucoid, Neh, .line 7 I
The Nebraska Railway 1
ion issued an order nu owi .i (
all motor lues m Nebraska ai'-
pear July 14 ami show came why the
commission should not regulate them
and force tlitiu to put up adequate
liability bonds to protect passengers
Lincoln Comtiirrrr Hotly
0toM't Hallway Merger
Lincoln, Neb., July 7, (Special.)
The Lincoln ( lumber f Com
merce passed resolutions iigamst the
proposed meiger of the Southern
l'acitic and Central I'aciiic Railway
companies. Copies of the tesolution
were sent to Nebraska senators and
No toilet table is complete without
a small package of delatone, for with
it hair or fuzz can be quickly ban
ished from the skin. To remove
hairs you merely mix into a paste
enough of the powder and water to
cover the objectionable hairs. This
should be left on the skin about 2
minute;, then rubbed or! and the
skin washed, when it will be found
free from hair or blemish. Be sure
you get genuine delatone.
Ice Cream .
Another Ice Cream delight for warm
weather meals. Serve this newHard
ing Sunday Special Ice Cream and
watch the ring of smiles that wjll
go round the table. Your Harding
dealer has it freshly made.
Of georgette and canton crepe
blousea, formerly Bold up to
SI 4.76 ; silk and wool skirts,
formerly sold to $12.50; fibre
silk and all-wool sweaters,
formerly sold to S9. 75. Choiee
1512 Douglas Street
1 HE pleasant-est day starts
on Gooch's Best Wheat Hearts
The above dnuvina (hows one of the arrat Cadahy racking Cas
plants, Trhere Krx Lard is nude and shipped direct to us.
rsrioir lard is sststfisr
at mi? tfeoiwtnsiiti'C
The pfn sketch above Is of
tha Petersen & Feran Baking
Co. plant, located on 12th and
Jackson Streets, Omaha.
You will be Interested
in our formula it will
tell you Just why Tip
Top and Hard Roll
Breads are always su
perior and uniform in
Special Gold Medal
Special Omar Flour
There isn't a BETTER Lard made than Cudahy's
It is the finest grade of edible hog fats; rendered un
der the most .scientific and sanitary conditions. Rex
Lard is the STANDARD of Lard quality. It is
never touched by the human hand anywhere in its
making. Its quality is uniform and always dependably the
Rex Lard plays a BIG part in making TIP-TOP and HARD
ROLL BREADS superior to all other breads, and it is with
the greatest satisfaction that we use it exclusively in the mak
ing of all our products.
Petersen & Pegau Baking Company
Hani IfelLBread lip Top Bread
He sacrifices either one
or two or even three cents
In his profit, to SATISFY
Roberts Milk is a much
BETTER grade of milk
than it has been customary
for jrrocers to handle. It
has lonjr been a matter of
price to the grocer, and the
dairyman who sold milk
for the lowest price has en
joyed his business.
You pay NO MORE for
Roberts Milk than you do
for "these cheaper grades.
The grocer pays the differ
ence in order to improve
his service to you.
Open Saturday Evenings Until 9 O'clock
1814-16-18 Ftrnam Street
belhery of Order
to All Parts
of the City.
For Saturday and Monday
,, Big Feature Offerings &t Omaha's
I 16-oi. enn Fet or Carnation Milk for 8tl
ptFTbsfBest White Granulated Sugar for CrXjR
KKl-lb. hag White Granulated Sugar for $6.75 I
48-lb. sack Gooch's Pest oil Wheat Flour $1.95 I
Sun Maid Seeded Kalslns, special, per pkg. 15 I
Cocoannt, Cottage Cake and Bnster Brown Cookies, all fresh,
per lb 19J
Quality Meats at Prices That Are Not
Duplicated in Omaha
1 Fancy Fresh Dressed Broilers, per lb.. . .
Small Fig Pork Loins, lb
Small Lean Klb Pork Chops, lb...
1-lb. carton Pare llendered Lard.
Cndahy's Pnrltan Hams, 8 to 10 lbs, per lb..
Suftar Cnred Picnic Hams, lb
Sugar Cured Lean Bacon, lb...
Sugar Cured Fat Bacon, lb
Fancy Steer Pot Boast, lb.
Fancy Steer Shoulder Steak, lb.,
Steer Prime Bib Boast, lb
Fancy Tonng Yeal Boast, lb 12H 1
Fancy Young Teal Steak, lb.
Young Veal Stew, lb
Genuine Lamb Stew, lb
Fruits and Vegetables
Imperial Yallcy Canteloupes,
large siie, 8 for 25
Ohio New Potatoes, peck.. 47
Sweet Corn on cob, 6 for. .25
Cucumbers, 2 for 5
Solid Head of home-grown Cab
bage for .' 5
Just Inside the Door
Rosemont, 2 for 25c ralue,
4 for 25
Box 50 for $3.00
Prince Albert, full lb... $1.19
Two Big Saturday Soap Specials
plain cartoned Bat
ter, ib set
Eg, checka and No.
2 cartoned, guaran
teed, doa. 204
Faner Tnb Creamerr
Butter, lb 354
DnnUh Pioneer Bat
ter, per lb. 394
Maid Fancy Cream
ery Batter, every lb.
Bex Wat Batterine,
er lb 204
Brick Cheea at, per
Cheeae, per lb.. 154
All Yon Can Drink
for a JtlckeL
Rare Specials in Canned Goods
Solar Sliced Pineapple, "o. 2 size can 19
Standard Corn, 'o. 2 sixe, 3 cans for 25
Country Gentleman Corn, o. 2 slie ran .14
Standard Peas, No. 2 slie cans, 2 cans for 25
Hart Sifted Peas, . 2 site can, 30c ralue 21
Sunbeam or 5omis Pork and Beans, per can 9
Food Center Special Coffee, 8 lbs. for 98
Best Gunpowder Tea, per lb..
The one hlh-Tade Tea that
coeta yon bo little. Beat tor lea
tea. Black or green, H-lb. ph
VACCr PACKED t SB LF.II
It a-oea farther than any other
eoffeo oa the market.. 1-lb. ala
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