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TTTB U.MAHA BKB! SATURDAY. AUUt'ST 1022.
rimh Bmk Bonds '
Used ro Buy Hum.
U. S. Agents Claim!
Ojuralivr Find rt f.f Loot
ill I.o Angrlct Bank
Shipwrecked Captain Telia of Tropical Inland
Where Women Outnumber Men 14 to 1 Chief of
Tribe Assigns Daughter as Servant to Master.
)I. V, Wiry, agent,
H.irfilv .tjlej in Count, I Jilulft.
nith the assume of uther
'4' Saints alt if Uttrralivc front the
ifilTnj f.it acme d-jtriiii'H he
ha iii.-i'i ! in " n(w( fVixfl
forth bend stolen mi lh robbery
li( lit ban ! I'lstfah, la, lt fi
ll nil,, f,
Acn.id f. to Ya.li, the uii
0s i ( limn tee hands ol the
thirVis If !.e proprietor of fOad
houe is est i f ((im!i4 d m tri1
el Uirr at Unnsviile, Ky, fir
nimky ly the Onulu man. The
Kvn'uiky buotli grrs ditpoard
the Ij mli hi C!iioniii, where J.J'J
v.ilh t-rc resumed in a l.oa An
IT lc hank.
Ijta im.ih t:!itr roMwrirt )a turn
lucel "iff (.ravin ally the r.iv
route, Vti ki as t He sutet lint
t lit liiill'l. VSrlC lnW II III the
Uiiul a roaihoue by Al I iof i, cut
n( the three ni-ii no v serving in ihe
J;tr M'! .'(! penitentiary for the
lank ri.tiUiry. ami lliat he coiuralrd
i i K hi jfi an automobile ifiur r tub for
Herliirt Stune, another Iowa state
nirtiii, will join Vat key In Council
J'ltllfs m.i:1 ami both CM'i't 14 ill
t lit- !!i ii-'l r in of Omaha
I'm I'Mtm-il jfliiii. "oners for aiiil
i n bunds, anr inii'!.il ' and itierrhan-
dire, They Hate tliat lliotn.imii rif
fiollsrt' v.uiili vl loot from robbrrie
i vrirrn Iowa ha been traerd to
Im lories Ke-sme Spare
for riKliflriiil Exhibit
Ren r alums liiing made ly
Oitjii.a nuiittfai irrcrs for participa
tion in an indnHrial exhibit to lie held
at Ak-Sar-lleri field during the fall
festival in-Ill ate a widi.1 representation
of Omaha made roods.
Nuiiutoii rtf ilii-nr ii-iitu for booths
in l lie exposition huddntK have al
naiiy turn mrivnl by W. A. Kllii,
assiftant ciiiiiiiiifisionT of tlif Chain
br of Commri cc, which will fotcr
the iii'liislrut exhibit in conjunction
v.iih Ak-S.-ir-Ccn festival. The pro.
posrd fidiibit will be the firt of id
kind hi-lit in Omahn.
"We hope to ninke thin manufao
t irers' hov rrinanrnt feature
every year," F.l!i niiil.
Honolulu. T. H, Aug 25-fBr A.
; J A iunny roral ile in the Siuh
I -to, far from h iHopelliir'ehurneij
fuihi of Ihe Kratt lutm, wlici laiy
paimt (fiiik'e the rciraf atuilt anl tin-
women, voting anq iirautum, m.i
number the inni inure tluii 14 Ui !,
w)irr J renii Ijh a niodth; thi
in the iory lolj of Tanawa, an iUi
( ihe Lliitf Kiuup, by Cap'. J A. 1.
UL.n. '( the Aniertran nvhuonrr
lliniiriir, winknl July 16 in thoif
And the raptain't ut tuni a M
low.: "lagtw ' Ihf only habitable
Mjii'l of the Mlii'r urotip. Ilk popu
l.i I ion (uiii ill o I'M) periolia, Of
w hunt only arc men.
"Our ntlmi-nrr, the Jfnttirtte. n
fwuiiK off her ioure ami onlo Nuku
lil i reef by heavy .eat, whuh made
it highly !anjeiou to attempt land
iritf m a liii'boal withnut a pilot,
We tMn !i al inlit ami at dan
wr t'iitl for the nhore, Hrlore we
hit the ental w aw native men,
r.j I on! in loin riot In, ptiihing an
junritfKrr ranoe into the wall r, ami
I with thrir aMtatue we made Ihe
khoie ju kil.ty. It it had not hreil
lor the tuiivt-i we probably would
have oi (,ur livra fit Ihe hravy mrf.
"'(ur commit w.ii hailed with joy
by the nntivea. who iuki thrrr ea
H je' "d If1" rf ,w
Ihe thitf of ih tribe, a liM'ky
Samoan, luinrd ovrr I' tfrai hut
'tialarr to the iitate and inrlt ta
he rd a our private unaem ilitr-
J tug mir kiy. fie aW. tendered me
one of hit ifautfhlrr, beautiful,
dark ryrd girl with a burly ttgare, a
in jut, miitr prrtiy gula were
ik.igncd to ihe nute and tiiruibrfi
Of the irrw to wan on thein,
We certainly did pot laik for rn
lriinmrn!. I had a great time and
would tmt have iined (he ripetirnrt
for any amount of inmit y,
"1 had only 30 crnt tn my potkeU
when 1 landed, but money wa no
obet. Many dinner were riven In
our honor and native manlrin in
(rata ikirit performed hula daurei
for our amuiement.
"AH the inhabitant of the i.'and
are Chnitiani and 'l lead upright
"We bad a bard time (riling away.
The women wanted hmbin!. and
they pleaded with ui and coaxed U
to atay. Owing to the i.olaiion of
Tagawa, mot t( the men of nurri-
agrjhle age have left it.
On our 20th dae on the I. bud
Mate X. '. lieuion aishted the mail
of the atramrr llauraki.
We were not worrvina. for if the
ifautaki had not aighted u we would
German Mark Slumpi.
London. Aug. 2.i.-(l)y A. P.)
Tbe German mark uluitipcd early in
loiay's dtalingt on the London ex
rhnni(f market, heing quoted at more
than 10,000 to the pound iterlin.
There waa rapid recovery, how
ever, during the afternoon. At i
o'clock the mark wa quoted at 8,500
to the pound.
ienee in a mute of inolation. The j have been taken off the ikland by the
nouirii oi:iniiiiiijer tne nun m to l,
or more, and aoitie of ibrnt are brau
tiul. Their agr range from 12 to
London Mikkiouary kotiety boat
which call at Tagawa twice each
Woman's Editorial I$f
Winner of First Prize
II antlnurtl mm rf Oh.
people expert to rie with the elevator
at the ixpeiue of the other fellow
who ttirm the handle.
Keal ';ifard Work" ia not jut
doiiu; a well and putting in long
hours. It in doing a job better than
any one ile and the hard work
iricludt i ktudy of the job, and the job
ahead; of tdf-denial, of long houri
and much thought, of iteady purpoae
and an active mind, of integrity and
ability and dtaire and day ilre.ni
all put into action. "Hard Work"
i what mof of ua think of. but
don't rlo. '
A RETURN TO FIRST
Devising nontrumr. for our noliti- ...'
cal, economic and legislative ill ihhe
popular diversion. Manv ami nun.
dry lH-raont are conitantfy framing
cure-all kgiklation. A new theory
for the amelioration of undeiirable
condition comes into existence
tvery day perhaps several of them
each day. We are convinced that
there fa some hidden, trick formula
that, discovered, shall bring us an
Dear old Ponce de Leon! After
all, we fiiiid we have much in corn
moii with him. Me sought the foun
tain of youth which wa but a ym
bol for happine. Ami here, these
centuries later, we, too, find our
reives ill the quest for happinejs a
happiness that we suppose may be
legislated into existence, once we
have found the magic formula. With
all of our boasted, learning, with all
our nrogres, we are a childlike in
our faith in a panacea for all ilU a
was Ihe old adventurer in search of
When shall we b-arn that what is
wrong in the world ia1 the human
heart? Cannot we accept the fart
upon the declaration of the greatest
thinker of al! ac. the Man of Naz
areth? For 20 centuries we have
tried to evolve a better solution for
the problems of mankind than that
given in the Hook, we nave pro-
ceded upon the theory that those
feachinp were but idle words, im-
-ble, not to be translated into
ot our six nukiness nays ot
ffeonimj-'Done by tcrncT
Our Only Took
My Hands Will
Get You Well
If you ara sick and dis
courages! with your prosenl
physical condition, pay a visit
to Dr. Burborn. Ha will put
you on tha road to health. Thi
aminant chiropractic specialist
has adjusted thousands sueca-
fully from all over Nebraska,
including men and woman in
tha highest official, social and
busine lifa of tha data.
Phan Douf. 537 lor appoint
ment. Offka hour B A. M. to
P. M. Completa X-Ray laboratory.
Sulta 414-M Sacuritiaa Bid-.
Cor. Htb and Farnam Sta.
the vtccic. We have tried every the
orv. every proposal for the better
mrnt of conditions that hag been
brought forth. We are a sadder
world. But are we wiser? Have wc
yet learned that happiness and con
trntmcnt arc to be found only in
the life prescribed by Jesus of Naz
areth? Labor, according to the claim of
the corporation ixi-utivc. is avari
cious and unwilling to give a full
measure of work for the wage re
ceived. Capital, says labor, is con
summate greed, refusing a fair di
vision of profits although sutii re
fusal is to crush into the dust the
creatures of God.
Amid this confusion and babel it
is but a feeble voice that suggests
that doctrine, long since thrown in
the discard, "Do unto others as you
would have them do unto you." Fool
ish twaddle, wc say. And so the
world views it. In centuries of ex
perimentation, however, we have
found no legislative cure. We con
cede that an overwhelming public
opinion is more powerful than tons
of statute books. Why then leave
the question to legislation? Why
not start selling the world the phil
osophy of the Golden Rule? Why
not have a return to first principles
the principles defined by the Great
Teacher some 1.W0 vears ago?
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Saturday Sale H. S. Army Shoes
We just received an enormous shipment of U. S. Army Shoes that we are
placing on sale Saturday at prices that will make buying a real pleasure. Let
your own eyes tell the story.
Gold Medal Army Fold
ing Cots, tfjo nr
used; only .. vaSi.Iij
New, only $4.25
Anny Bed Ticks, AQn
food ua new, only"'C
We ara placing our en
tire atrnk of new U, 8.
Army Khnki .Shirta in
three lota al
88c, $1.69, $1.98
Go in thraa luU
98c, $1.98, $4.75
U.S. Army Officers' Dresa A OC
! Shoes, very special
!U. S. Army Field Shoes, a "bear for
, wear," tha best work shoe do
ever made, per pair only., $0t J
;V. S. Army Russet or Double-Sola Gar
rison Shoes, Very
S. Army Ruaael Shoes,
( Army Munmn Jaat Work
i Shoes, per pair only,,,.
OffuW High Tup Boota
Athletic and Balbriggan
Regular $1.25 and $2.50 valuea
go Saturday at the one price of
U. S. Army Fup Tent or Shutter
Halves. Everybody wants one.
Specially ! 7C
cuHty t.aathr !.
in or !utu..a;
'trail ar Qr
trap .Ijrla 9W
Nw HoraaHId If
i ih.r fuilwa. an c
i .'i,l a mn
! at. .
i O f Wrap lfl
, I'ao.a Cull ki l tt.
! I I .
v i a m
lie.. la(D t' krmf
k ! pii ,
tt fiti t' Amy lUt Kite I tw'a wml , sl4 a.Ut
fvv f .... kl.Ji: it,tAL . Skftk.t. ..I kata. ft"! ,f
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It) D aak.t.. Me par. an, . ,
Mail Orders FilUd Samt Day Received. All Orders Shipped C, O. D.
Property in N. Y.
One Killed in I,ouitillf, Ky.
Wind UprixiU Trfea in
Si. Paul Property I.o
Hrsvy in N. V.
l.ouivi!le, Ky, Aug, 25. One per
ion dead, three srrmualy injured and
a property Ins varioutly ealinited
at from I.'0,u) o UWX) wa the
toll 01 a terniir wimi storm whirl)
swept a part of Louisville and Jeller
sonville. Ind, early today, following
rain and electrical disturbance,
.St. Paul. A'ig. 25 '-Heavy rain and
wind storms vi'ted this city Ut
night, uprooting trees, breaking w u
dw and rauing intrrrupiitit of
'I'hc rain was reported general over
the sta'e and in ttoithern Minnesota
greatly aided 2,WK) men fighting lor
Damaga in New York.
Rochester s. V., Aug. 25 Dam
age caused by a storm and resultant
Hood conditions in wrateru New
York yekteiday was eMinuted today
at f I.IMKMMMI; Geneva alo suffered a
loss of more than half a million dollar.
Former Omalian Named owailS It) Sl;ill
Chaplain of War Vctv u ,;()?.
Wyoming Towns Akk Help
to Fijflit Frtt Firfa
Cheyenne, Wyo Aug, 25. Calls
for helrt were senr out hv towns in
the t'oldwater vicinity of Wyoming
e.heii a lorest fire, which broke out
early yesterday got beyond the Con
trol of volunteer fire fighters. Large
forest districts are menaced by the
flames, it was reported here.
National guardsmen stationed at
Buffalo, V)'0 will be tailed out
immediately to fight the fire, it was
rrported. The Cold water district t
heavily w ooded. A large raw mill
be in the path of the flame.
The area covered by the flames
could not be learned here late to
day. Omaha Ginvict Escape.
Joseph Shannon, who was tent to
the state reformatory at Lincoln for
motor theft in Omaha a year ago,
to serve one to seven years, escaped,
accordirg to information received by
police here today.
It. II. Kline.
H. Ft. Kline of Dallas, Tex , who
wa elcrtnl rhaplain of the t'ttitei)
Spanish War Veterans at their 24th
annual reunion and encampment at
Lot Auri Ii, formerly wa for many
year a Salvation Army worker in
Omaha, with the rank of adjutant
and in charge of iudu.lriil work,
Chaplain Kline left Omaha when
the United Sut'.'f entered the world
war to heroine chaplain of the Sixth
Nebraska, lie wa at ("amp Cody,
New Mexico, with Gen, Harries and
later overcea. When be returned
lo this country he rrjoined the Sal
vation Armv and went to Minneap
olis, where he was placed in charge
of "special effort" work,
Salvation Army worker here be
lieve be wa elri tid national chanp.
lain of the World War Veterans;
while in Minneapolis. Front there he 1
went to Dallas, where he took charge j
of the Salvation Army Men hotel.
Chaplain Kline has been a Salva-1
tiott Army worker for about 15 i
years. He formerly was a cow-
IIuiiikI Ovsnrr of Many Stale
tn (lalhrr fr Wetk if
I'nionville, la., Aug, 5. --(Site-rial
I I'h f' hui'tn. ( ii''rfli
Lji a id portherii A ..in an git
tie.g ihnr bound, slrrked up and
t hole pul;e, 11 t'mr lent in
pre i.iitioii for the shihiiI foa ilut-.
to le itagrd here ihe week of Sep
teuiber .'5 .rt.
Word hj been received trV
Dronnnriit dog bleeder of low
well as adjoining ilatt are lo be
here, The week will be ret m
a ramp loeaird one fourth mile
north of t'nionville along the old
Soap Creek hill. ( amping faeill-
tie will be provtdrij for tlmae who
wih lei tome Hid live here during
tha week Ck khaekt will be on
the grounds and all kind of retreh
mrnt will be provided.
Aside from the f x hunt proper,
entertainment in the hue of speak
er, wte.'lmg matehe, vaudeville
and movie will be provided. Hate,
ball gaitir w ill !' l e p!.ived,
J. 11. Strnnk of 1'iiinnt die, who it
nretidenf of the t'nionvillf Fox
Hunter' aoei,i'iotl, statei yeter
dav that luiidaouie loving cups
would bp preitited to the winning
Former Mayor ()! of
Voung'towii, O, Au. 25.--Cf
iti'.i Ob, who resigned a tuayi r
after a stormy administration, was
aire ted and taken to the police sta
tion in a patrol wagon to faee rharge
of ribttriirfing the sidewalk in front
of h; downlown market. The com
plaint was made by Morn Squirt t,
iiropriitor of a rival market. The
former mayor gave bond of f 10 for
his appraranre at a hearing,
Bealrire Urelhreii Aiiendly j
Draws Crowd DopiV Heat ;
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 25. (Speeial.) i
The brethren assembly i being
largely attended front day to day
despite the heat wave. The Uratrii c ('
municipal band gave a roiuett at the :
park and a strong addres on toboceo .
and eigarets was given by Kev. V.
C, Finnvll. The assembly closes j
Kendrick Attacks j
1 Leasing of Oil Lands
! Washington, Aug. DeUr,iig
tl tt the recent leaking of the Tea;'!
lJ.iii natal oil inrftr In Wjoiii.ug 1
itrrng'herird iiiuiiupuhtlit! mnlrot i t '
,11 oil industry, Jenai.r KtndtH. ,
dettioirt, WjvU'ling. I' bl li e senate
i tbl Ihe ( .Miiail wbMi Initied neer
!h field l 1 Uir i.J tuirre.i wa j
'Villous ami ,iumi!!y w.iietnl and (
thai it would ".-vcnrually plague and:
tr ifamn Ihe adm.ui.tratioit " '
j 'I l e Irrtti of l',r lt4e, the n tiator 1
,m !, were not only iii.pfovid.it but'
would rjtoe a "abainriui and nnnic-l
rsary rirtirortion" ol tie l nl natal .
Ml reserve. He addnj that it woti'dj
ilfj' ploinole ronipf titiort at i!niiri, '
but, in a lime of ''huge toer ptoijin . i
lion, aid in turning to private in.
teri-.l Ihe nulb'irs of dollar ulmli
t gritrniffieiit would irahie wrte I
t 1 have t ' i prijf'
(Ira. lira t'tifittlli Hudy
of Man M.aitig Sitirr 1921
Vai Ul -it, S li. Am. .$. -K..
gi4i'f uiitartbe.l the b.ly tt t'el'r
MvN'.Hr wra'ihy !! i.'ayw arr. S.
Ji, t-jtbitof, who(i!irapieieri Pe
iruibrr S, 'ti, wbiie working nr'
Ihe Jmr riser, 15 I10U S ttoflN
aiitr.iit Ihtrlti Sitsdrr. Me
S'aboe' ht'ir. I liiiifi, . . a leant
lii.i.f ((.ai'.rau-. at li e t.irtt ir,
lldrr ha nrver I ten i prelirnded.
flr jiort of (rtiaLutiitl.1
llevttlt Not erified
Washing'"!!, A"tf. .H kei ort, ol
the overlhfo of Ihe Gualema! gov
ernm.nt f' und no veritn at.ini in
avulab'e sltspatclte in Usti ngtoii
l,.t iitgbl. In Ihe abwti.e r.f nute
ibrnt report, offifia! wete inclined
tu trial Ihe Meir t"iiy report with
All the new colors
to choose from :
$6.50, $8.50 and $10.00 Modes
Fashions are, uncercain things unless sponsored
by absolute authority! These smart styles of
Lyons Velvet, Panne Velvet, and Duvetyn, ire
authentic. We are offering them at this price
because they were purchased below value.
A Selection of 375 Hats for Your Approval
Newest Silks for Fall
aAre Unusual in Their
Textures and Colorings
A satin finished, highly lustrous Canton
crepe in a heavy fall weight one of the
most favored of the new silks. Lovely
colorings of golden brown, navy, mole,
mohawk, henna and black.
A silk and wool mixed crepe in beauti
fully brocaded effects. Thia ia an en
tirely new weave and is shown in shades
of mohawk, navy ami black.
Is a drlijhtful ratine effect in an alMlk
weave of navy or black.
it Ka-shanara m,e In a satin fiuhh.
It i colored in taupe, navy, tiark brown,
mohawk, fawn and black.
Jane Lee Says:
I wonder if you rea
lize tht there are
only five days left in
which you may luy a
new winter coat in
.1 sale prices.
"Now it doesn't matter
if it in 11 knockabout
or the loveliest fur
trimmed coat you've
had in all your life
it will pity you to
Aufuit Coat Sal"
The new lowrr price
range from f 19,0 to
with a delight,
fill iPiciti'iu for every
price. Kvery coat i
new thi yearnut a
mf!i riol.l-os rr.
Last Five Days of
August Fur Sale
Prices Advance 20fi to 33W
on September First
Take advantage of these wonderful
values in quality furs with the Thomp
son, Belden guarantee.
40-Inch Hudson Seal Coats
Marvelous coats of fine quality skins with
luxurious collars of natural skunk, cuffs
of natural skunk in the new Mandarin bell
or turnback styles.
The Same Style (36 'inch) $265
36-inch coats, pelf
42-inch Hudson seal
cape with the new
gathered chin collar,
Hudson seal cape, 42
inch, Victorian (flar
ing), chin collar of
45-inch wrap with
deep shawl collar of
finest natural squirrel,
40-inch Brown Coney
40-inch Natural Pony
Small Furs and
American Mink, $19.75
Nat. 5quirrel,$ 1 2775
Jap Mink Stole, $97.50
MoisTCape $ 1 75.00
Brown Fox, $22.50
One-fourth deposit will
reserve any fur in stor
age until November 1.
Fashioned of beautiful
soft skins, silk lined,
with the new cord belt.
Natural Muskrat Coata
40 Inches Long
Lovely dark skins
made into a very smart
Large Skunk Cape,
beautiful tail trimmed
American Mink Capes
48-inch Mole Coat
Wraps, a very luxuri
ous model with chin
collar and Mandarin
45-in. Plain Mole Cape
Mole Coats with nat
ural squirrel collar
and cuffs, wide Man
darin sleeves and chin
43-in. Kolinsky Coats,
Unusually low fare round trip
tickets on sale dally via the Chicago
& North Western Ry. to the moun
tain, lake arid seashore resorts of
the Atlantic Sea
New York City,
board and to
Libiwl return limit i and favorabls ttcjt.
T trains at coimmect hours tusks direct
eoonactiotu in Chine, jo with all liuei Cut,
Tbu affords a splendid opportunity to aajoy
a iifht aerlng tour or to vtit your frira.U
in th Ct.
IVf fvH ir(.trrrt'n rr'j
Chicago & North Western Ry.
IM IM Iim M, 1lra. lllUt tlK
lm'lU' 4 Tb-kif Sira
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