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TIIK OMAHA BKK: TL'KSUAV. IMMOI.r.K u, ITJ-'.
Raid Pop Saloon
at Wisner, Neb.
Uwnrr PofMi't Hai Time to
Cut Siring on Dumb Waiter
-I If ami Harlrmlcr
Lincoln. lt. f (Ji ll ) siiAe
frlienff tin )isrr didn't go to church
.riil-cr tcf IVh-ral i"!ow Uleuthe
t'urrtiM m'l J!init-
They wmt riding intradn the
.oienmr "up "
nvrr m W ii'r, purred Hheriff Ou'
ri iiint fr, sod the JM,P saloon of
I o il KrmlMT !, h. ilia gum !m
licfma li. r l .i'l thence to m l.
II . Bl!x"t lhifid the sotiiitcr and
tiiCIJC-rd retell pints tlf lllOOIIlllll
II ru. in a sin k ontrlvanee.
It w ia on a ii'imli win'' r eiiepeiubd
In a chine which tnttle a shrer drop
i.f 3d f -l iliioutili a dlliir Into a
I'.ilt KkmIh! IihiIii'I I it hi to rut tin
slrli'g and tli- i'ffl r eeljted the
The)' iiImI "!, ' ! Ki'shcr and hi
lutrkirir. hniery Worrell, whom they
t.wk Im.k t' I. iini. In Willi th iiiisjii
shine. "Tlia gotiruor naked us to nusko
lh ri1," raid the slti hrlff.
"Woimn of lh" town tiaie been soni
plaining 'hat their liuliu i J" mi. I son
mine mtt i.f Mm pint feeling an. I
llyrig en id ihnrgss w r.iilrl be pre
ferred fur i In -I 1.th in. n and an In
juiii'tlon lo close the plate will be
might In lha courts.
BRINGING UP FATHER
Ml JIUJs SU MAU.lt IS Hit
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tVt;r TOON A. . 1.
Do Wi Paragrafs
By Ceorjt Binhim
V ahlnK!nn llm k aaya If tlia world
(11 1 nut hava a l( of tlttl liumpa all
It et rt I.imiW'il Train
Cllriluii, It., "ft, Z. KfKlorallnn of
tha a A n hi If" l.lliuK'.l. wrnt iMiund
tialn No. 7 il mm ImmiikI tram No.
, wan aiiiiounioil Kv th NorthtA'PHt.
frn railway. Thr tram waa rnnmM j
ihtrlnu; tha rercnt Ktrlke of lailway
If Piles, Send.
Ffrumli rile ftuppoaltnrlra Ara
Kaona t.trrjmhrrr lor tha
Woadrrful ll-llrf 'J'ke
If you ara ona of tho unforlu
nnira uruiglinif with ton pala and
Olslreea ut ItchlnK, bleedlon, pro
rfV -f - til
SOULS for SALE
By RUPERT HUGHES.
trudiiis pi! or h'tnori-holdg, aie
i ny dniKKit fnr a tjo cent box of
Tyrainlil I'ile anppoiltoiles. Tak
no auhstltute. lU.IIf ahouM come
no quickly you will wonder why
anyone should rontinuar to auffpr tha
pain of ueh a dlstrt-hiIiis rondltlon.
1 or a froo trial paokane. a-nd nains
And nddrrxs to i'ramld Drug Co.,
t:0 l'yr.iinld lildg., .Marshall, Mich.
ovr It for iwople lo ntunililn over, no
IxmIv would alow down and rvrylKKly
would run ovrr each other.
f'olumliuN AlUop took a wnt In a
chair out In tha yard today whlla It
whs cloudy. Itlght aoon the aim laum
out hot, and he realized ha waa HlitliiK
In the aim, and he. had to Kt up and
mova. Jle did not aeem to mind It
much, though, aa ha aaya all xuch
thinga come in the day's evenla. ,
Sim Flindera aaya he cannot enjoy
company aa ho ahould, becauae he
ealizea that while he ia feaallnif then,
he will have to akimp for the next
Stop their pain
in one minute
-fty removing the cduse!
.Tut put on one of Dr. Scroll 'a protec
tive, soothing Zino-p-irli. ho easy, yet
hurting jMfrt in one minute : healing
h" immediately. The treatment,
ot its kind.
Zino nsrlt are thin, antisentic, r'er.
prool nd absolutely fe ! let hoi to
dev. At your drucgist'i or ehoe dealer',
, for cornj, callouses, bunions
Hut In Im lMratari f TK
Mtff I n , mWrHi.f lr. rlHMI t V'Mi
Crit A.'e.u.a, Arebj4ip9wto,Ma.
. Tut one on the pain is gone t
Do You Welcome Chances to Help
If you have made a suoccsa along
tome line and have learned by hard
knock some of the ahoala to be
avoided, why not ba manly and hu
man enough to give aome other man
the benefit of your knowledge and
Thla man may not have Jhe same
t-tamina that you have; he ay give
Advice from you might mean euc
cess to him.
Help from you might save him
Why he ao pelf centered
When you aeo an opportunity to do
a good turn for another person, do it.
A good word from the right source
n.eans a whole lot to aome man or
lo you ever atop-to think how lit
tle, you have done, ever, In this
Think it over.
How many persons have you aided,
in any way?
What htive you done for anyone oth
er than your wife and family, whom
the law says that you should love
and cherish and protect?
Mighty few deeds of this sort stand
to your credit. Isn't it true?
To acknowledge It to yourself is
half the battle.
Now get busy and help.
rt"menri InvadM the nu.ef life of !-
meintr rit-dJin and ctnahd all Hi ra-
atrn ilnna and tradiilme iliai hedc-d hr
ehout aa lha daualiier of lh ltv. IT.
riod'lon "f tit hula tuon ( i'alttn.
Aeatnc hr fathers roiiiinanda, alia run
tmued tu inet s'-etly her lover. Klwood
l'arnihy, aft uprieht. alfmadt youna trian,
amnd ei,or Ir lha cliulr of hr fathrr'a
rhinrh. There tame a. lime Ahrn niar
riar. ttei'Miii a ii.rrn.iy tu protect her
honor, but ah he.lialed lo repeal hffr a-
cret to Karn.hy. utitll too late. He aa
riualietl to dentil II. an a Ul nm'itil! ttrl-
d"nt and Iti-inemher. panie-atrirken, up
ll-d lu jr. Ureihrriek, the family phy
A t'ouah from wlih h the (lil had hen
aiifferlns fiirmaned the do'-tor pn eyruae
lo nrd,r a trip to the aouthweat. There,
he suas-atd, "he waa to marry an lma
Inary man and "let hlin die uul'tlr."
i li.ii ronfeaet to her mother the eTt
or the eapei ied heky and her father waa
Induced to approve the trip necessary
fur hr health.
On the train aha eiperlenced the ilirlll
nf a ihiinee meetlna with Tnm lloll.y,
fainoua motion pirtnre artnr. Kh. duti
fully Hrnte honie too. df-arrltilnv he en
countee with her "old friend." an Imagi
nary "Mr. Woudvllle." whom ahe plan
ned later to make her Imaginary hua
bfnd. Hut her plana for the Itunginary meddlng
em ountered a rude shoi k w hen she step
pe,! from the trnlu In TiKaon and Has
nit l.y lir. tlnllirslth. paetor of the Xlret
i hurcli. whom her father had wired to
look out fur h?r.
Uncle Sam Says
TrIK VALOt IVINQ
Yeas Tetat Asa Our Te.aat
tsrO SIWINC MACHIMJ
.7-7 IB-1- m
N. t wm la4. sv
fVl i 1 1 in ifoat
Ne J. ! e 4
i . !' awn ii eAatsw'irAi.w
llomemade Kmit Butlei's.
lo you utilize your fruit culls?
Fruits which aro unfit for canning
may be made into excellent fruit but
ters with hut little effort. The gov
ernment has Issued a booklet on this
subject. Ot a copy. It contains
many recipes for fruit butters with
directions for canning them. You
will doubtless have many culls dur
ing the peach and plum canning sea
sons which may b saved.
Readers of The Omaha Bee may
1 obtsin a copy of this booklet free by
'addressing a postal card to the lilvl
ismn of r'ulilUMloii. lippaitnieiit of
Agriculture, Washington. I. C, aik
ins for - 90"
Cod fUheriea of Newfoundland
tha mot etttensUa In tha world.
Says It Made
Thousands of people nerrjlrtaly
Jgre a half it, rrroui, run down
i condition he thry Inl.ht eiij")?
aturdy, robust health and a'l us
Manifold hlfscinn if (hey only knew
that lo d. IVol'U in thu roi.di. i tl.nv
lion find TanUv on idi Ittnr
trvulii anl builde up abun.lenl
sUeogth, tnerry J tUlitV, J.ieeph
O. StoR. 1 i li N. hixth t , Wt.
Velar J! sra.lt, Iowa, sai
"I i in a niiwfeo. rvtndtw
It was all Ken Franklin's fault, The
French praised him because "he ripped
tha lightning from the sky and the
scepter from the tyrant." But ho
placed the lightning as a scepter in
the hand of everybody and made
tvtrybody the tyrant.
And now no one ran travel so fust
that he cannot be overtaken ami pre
vented by a telegraphic or telephonic
message. The swiftest, airship ia a
Mem had flown by express for. two
days and two nights and left her fa
ther at home, yet here he was In the
proxy of a telegram, waiting for her
at the station, smiling benignly and
throwing the complex machinery of
her plan Into complete disorder.
Ilr. Steddon had never for a mo
ment suspected that hi daughter was
fleeing to the west to keep from
breaking his heart. The dear old soul
fretted over the loneliness she must
far e and the dangers of inexperience.
She bad hnrdly vanished In her
train when he had a sudden inspira
tion. He did not know a soul in Tuc
sou, but there must be a church of
his denomination there, and a pastor
to thnt church. The yearbook con
talned a list of all tiie clergymen, and
if was easy to find the name of tho
incumbent of the Tucson pulpit. So
he shot off a long telegram deserib.
ing his daughter and pleading that
she be met. I
He chuckled over his foresight and
called himself a stupid old dolt for not
thinking of It before. And his wife
nralsed him and slept easier. She
knew Mem 'a plan to become "Mrs.
Woodville," hut she had not imagina'
tion enough to foresee the effect of
this new embarrassment.
Mem had anticipated almost every
other surprise but this. The main
charm of Tucson was to be her an
onymity there. When she Ijnard her
name called, and by a clergyman, of
all people, the gentle providence of
her father landed like a bombshell.
i Tucson rocked under her feet and -her
i nlot fell to nieces in her hand.
She would have to be under the eye
of lir. C.albraith, who was already
promising not to let her out of his
pastoral care, and warning her that
bis wife was waiting Inside the sta
tion. In her desperation she caught sight
of Tom Holby, who had Walked lx isk
ly to the head of the train and was
striding back to his car. A frantic
whim led Mem to say, very distinctly,
as she pussed him:
"Oood night. Mr. Woodvlllo."
llolby had already lifted his had and
miule her a gift of one of his hiuh
priced smiles before he beard what she
called him. He stopped short with bis
hat nlnft as if In a still picture, lie
could hardly believe his ear, lie was
so used to leing recognireil by total
at rangers that It stunned him to be
railed out of bis name by this girl
with eiliiMil ho bad hcn briefly cast
away in the desert.
tUit ha recovered hie name mo.le.ty.
laughed to himself. "Thi Is fame:"
and went on.
1 The lv. I ir. fialbrailh had paueedj
!f.r a backward glan-e. but Mem urg i
led bin along, saying, "That an old
friend I met on the train. Ad now
I she f-lt thst she had etatdihe.l the
exietro.e of her Mr. Woodville. Hhe
was. abeody uii.imi iotily "planting"
' l ll. t tIS.
1 "iitr" kii.I I'r tUlbiallh, ' Mi fe
i l ke.l f.tri.mr: but I gllrae ll ' l."
The rM"i It l.. Mi.ni.nr w
that bilu.rsiili of It oi peHl op
all . T'iat.. Il. ll.y to tt
in a pi'-ture. If lr I.eSbie.lh
Hint run. I tbl'iiilKll the ii-ccdiig bin k I" 1 1 7 Alia Mil Mslonlehnirut to
p,it;c tu s ln'W I tin ln rnliiH wuiild : her. ITIin oldest bull. ling nt h.iiue In
!he her il.nibly harrow inie riddle of l aherly was pioinl of lie H7 I The
having Mi l. I' d to a plebeian and i.f i iik.iiiiI.iIii iIi-m.Ik! to the Hotanlcal
! p.iylng I In- to-null). Win ii she liiinid j luhoiatory ha u rublrt landscape. M
; r tint .Mr. Ibiiily'a heroine, Hho hud vegetable goo, Hhe cuuul not under
I. .ll vainly ht'emight In hive by titliaiiuid he j cn. e that was taking lis
.old l.li..p, simply wlie.-itb'd hlni lliloja.ilia bilinl.ly fii.nl the cactus, learn
lentwul o( bis pnipiisiil uml lunr-.tng b..w to le on toll to loitlilng a
ri d hlin In hnt". .vb'iu g.ue up. Mho j year, mid tem hlng miinklnd rnv to
could get no bi-lo froiii the hook. No, turn tin- bleakest desert Into a pnru
liuve happened tnlblshop was courting her, Kim IfMiw. That was Just what she might
Konllnued from teaterday.)
think what wuuli
her plan If she had been Incarcerated 1 h- hud I --n willing to dupe a trust
In parsons household. The bouid lug lour, sin- hud iiiuie to dupe.
Ing house the f ialbraltha hud selected I Th next morning, when Mis. Cab
for her waa all to near to them. ns!,''1"1' "lH, ", ,,rr 'M
If was. They . oinmendcd lo r lo th-i V1" " I'"'" '"' J1"'"'1. lah;'
. .1.. -I..1I .. i . J 'Veil tig before. Til" parsons Wife)
care of he landlady and I-ft her. ; ,.,,,, h,.r , oul ln
Arid the lundlady drove Mem almost , . mm tHiilU., , told her, for
hi iiisiiii oy trying hi inotner hid poor, 1 1 r rm-oiinigeineiit, how her own ho
had . ,( i.4i a ! !. nwiUfi. '
bad b l keri.ee Mien, .r)' f r f.e.
be w.nl-l h eeogt.l Mtm in t
, i.f I... i I be e H.i,k,.i P
VUih haird M lUiiua.Hl U
! frtHl lien, with very Lille appeal, ! '. "'d ' " "
all t.l.Hl I'.i IM . e r. .i
pi. her .If )t- ! Un.Ket.et
n. .(.. i.ut a .
ei r.d I... a"! e
t. .1 a I l..i. ... . ... ; a".'
Si.i' e.ui.i l.,.n.. ii ie e
ihiv. , ;., ih w.-.ttl i.4 '
tk.a Hi f ., ff Vaeau.-iSJ "4 h t
and feeling deptrd ad gn.d lor
! Ft'thiHf tit lha time. TAHiac hui'!
n up seven putted m weight and
; i a le tit. k k g Karge lit aie thV
I an"t !ewll.hr when I ef fl
lHt le, ri) b .
Nefvwueot ! ... d jw i.
lued val fe.Ui g are h.t )(( ..
if a htblen itoi, whi. a ('
I.e. i ii INe lsah, T ':! mal-ie.
V4 ! d geel ) n f el (.i'-: .
e.. ee.'e l fin ' I
t t .1. g. I v l-.t lui
t4 ! kay (44 M,4t,
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-t . .
Mem was so lies.-t by human kind
ness that she was about ready to
murder her next bfiicfurtor. Hlie
longed for a bit of refreshing selfish
ness and Indifferencrj.
Iler room had been occupied by
various predecessors who left, various
traces of themselves; one left clguret
burns on the edges of nil the tables
and the mantel. Hut somebody hud
left a few novels. They were fright
There was an elect rlo light over the
head of the bed a very marvelous
affair. twist of the key turned It
on, and one could lie and read -till
sleep drew near, then merely reach
up and switch on the blessed dark
with a snap of the key.
After a hot bath and a vigorous
scrubbing of her hair Mem yielded
to temptation and enjoyed all tho
pleasant anguish of a major sin when
she lay outstretched In her night
gown, Willi her hair spread nut on
her upright pillow and a romance on
the desk of her knees.
Cleoputra could hardly have felt so
luxurious on ae golden divan covered
with silk and fanned by slave aa
Mem felt In that boarding house bed.
Cleopatra bad perhups novels enough
to read, since the Kgyptlans wero
ardent story tellers, but she could not
have tasted the sweets of stolen fruit
or had her delight heightened by a
struggle with an overtrained con
science. Tho novel that held Mem spellbound
wag Thomus Hardy's "Two on a Tow
er, that epic, of two aouls against a
background of atars against that
starless "hole In the sky" which
astronomers believed In when Hardy
wrote tho book.
That parson's daughter began her
fictional education at the top. Hho
lost many of the signals by which
discreet authors Indicate to sophisti
cated readers thnt things not to bo
mentioned are going on. But as she
read and read, growing wider and
wider awako and panting ss if her
body were running; as swiftly as her
mind, it gradually dawned on her
what lind happened to tho heroine of
the story, tha haughty lady who lin
gered too long on the lonely tower
with the young astronomer for com
panion and only tho stars for di'umiHS
at a most tinrcspcctable distance.
When the astronomer sailed for Aus
tralia in ignorance of tho plight of
the lady, Mom's heart Jumped almost,
out of her mouth, for she realized .
the similarity of her problem to that
of the heroine. Her own lover had
sailed away to a further port than
the Antipodes, and even more irre
do with In r own life; but she had
no heart f,,r It and she did not want
to look like a cactus.
ii the way back lo her hoarding
house she noted many id Tom Holhy's
..it t to It e mi the bllllioards. Jle waa
not the star of the picture. Koblna
Teele was the star. Yrt In one gaudy
palter sbn cowered helpless and wide
iv. d while Holby was shown fighting
Hhe wag a
Stewed raisins delicious
energizing, ironizing food.
Also a fine natural laxative.
"Make it regular and get
the best results.
Cover Sua-lVf.id Seedlei. Raiiini with
rold water and add a slice of lemon or
er.nfe. Pljre on tire, bring to s hod
and allow to limmer for one hour. Sufir
mjy be added but ii not necen.ry,
S.in-Mud Sredleu Rutins contain 75
per cent natural fruit sugar.
Sun-Maid Raisins should cost you so
more than the (oiioning pncci:
Seeded (in IS ot. blur fktr.) 20c
Seedless (in IS nr. rti ptir.) I8e
Seeded and Seedless!' '") lie
Ask dealers, for
seemed, kept mlraculoiirly pure, like
a tnediiievsl mint amid temptations
l,rs ml had hunlly lived through tin
long Journey wer.t and hud been laid with a human gorilla.
down like a s ick of bon mi the ,ili.ni e hall girl In the
si.rds. Then tho l'it magic had
bikini, and now he was hale mid vn,
ctfi'ioiis "mi. I his d'N tors all dead."
Ha strange a thing Is water a little
too little and tho body shrivels away
from thu soul, a little too much and
the ImkIv coughs the soul away.
lut Mem was not cheered wllh
promises of life. There! whs I'hi milch
like In her and she could not manage
her fill lire. Hhe could not drcHin of
the sacrilege of suicide, but. she would
have been glad to be told that she
would pine away swliily and benuti
fciiy. Mrs. i;!briiih, ihalierlng Inofg.
santly and as braggart as a guide,
(Irons about tho illy spread level In
a circus ring of gray granite moun
tains. Everything far western was
plctureitm to the mid v estern gill;
the sorriest find tamest Mexicans were
smart bandits of dark capabilities; lha
rtaula Illta hotel, in Its .Spanish archi
tecture was something out of the
Alhambra. Thu old mission dating
and dolls. And llolby was an Argo
naut who llnved her Innocent be"
cause he was himself Innocent.
Mem felt a longing to see thla he
role picture. Hut Mrs. (islbialth
would not leave her for a moment,
ami the night wag prayer meeting
Mem attended the evening devo
tions. There was nothing gtrange to
lul In the drowsy, coxy atmosphere,
the sparse company singing hymns
and bowing in prayer and finding a
itDStlcal comfort In the thought of
sins forgiven and an eternal home
Ik- ond tiie grave.
Dcctor and Mr. Galhralth took her
back to her lodgings and left her.
They had no objection to moving pic
tureg mid attended them often, but
Mem did not know this, and she felt
like a thief when her worser self
Competed her better aelf to dark
dishonesty, IJoth aelveg went to the
(Te He ( onllnoed Temerrew.t
llns.ii Hrt.pnu Municipal
Cul .r.l in Catiiul City
Lincoln, it. !. CHy Commieem"
r C. W. rtiii today openesl th
to. -olid . M,rt I he LlPol" munirl
pal rsul yard with a Urge eupjdy
hand. The pure t,f toal. aa re.vJ
frsdil Illinois mlli'e, ha a IrfeO et Pf
the my at III a ton, whirh ceU
tha Il municipal real sr4 Pr4r
by a cents ton. Tha !nrae, ae
ordina to Mr. Ilryau, la lu to in
creased r-at of the product at lha
No decision has Wn mole aa yrt
to aril aenil anthras lie or hard cnL
Ladle A few rlnyt tmcmat wHJg
XARTurs umx uvat rnxM
! will to mom to cleeui
up the gain thaa all
the beauty treat
meats In crta
auoa An Im
caoaed by a
MilUDMef seovs,tg. rueeel and anievtle eeje.
isks Ihem jnt FsIkiii ma. Inn Si aa. -M
leadscka. Upset Seamark, a"4 foeaetVe-,
'leipeg and rliotAy bham. I key east Usi
MsWr7 04 CKsastefiaV aOtS.
fault rui-Saall Pwa-teufl rrk
Big Drug and Toilet Gooda
Sale at the
S SHERMAN A M'CONNELL
Continue Through Tuesday
Bring the Family to See the
Telephone Girls at Work
There are few more interesting sight, than "behind the scenes" in a
telephone central office.
You will marvel at the genius of the men who have developed and
perfected modern telephony. The means by which voices of subscribers,
possibly milea away in all directions, can reach other subscribers unerringly
through the maze of copper wire, is truly wonderful.
You will be fascinated by the intricate mechanism of the
switchboard, and by the swift-moving fingers of the operators.
You will want to see these intelligent and courteous young women
who are tirelessly and ptiently serving you and other subscribers.
Mother and the children
will be just as much interest
ed in the wonderful mech
anism at the telephone cen
tral office as you. Why not
bring them and make us a
in each jar of
Only those who have tried it can
realire the comfort thit Resinol
Ointment bungs to siifferen from
g'kin trouble, Kven in severe, well,
fgtahiishrrl civiof errerna or other
screnj ch.eordets it promptly all,ys
the irritation and hastens the heal
inf. b is sa.t ie aeei.- ha. a eat'easaat
aser. aed eua.ee a e..it va.o e
liAuwfcai.d tiea.as.at for i..w. sura.
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Buying Ice in the Winter Time
and coal in the summer time invariably saves the
The principle involved is to buy when the other fellow
is most anxious to sell, and to sell when the other fellow
is most eajcer to buy.
Those who would take, full advantage of conditions in
the buying and selling of household necessities are con
stantly on the lookout for opportunities presented
through the "Want" Ad columns of The Omaha Hce.
Are vou alert to the opportunities which Omaha I.ee
"Want" Ails present?
And, if you want to sell something, call AT lantic 1000
and ask for n Want" Ad taker.
Omaha life "Want" Ad llrlng lletttr
Hetultt at U$rr Cost
The Omaha Morning Bee
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