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THE OMAHA BEE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1922.
I SOULS for SALE
By RUPERT HUGHES.
(CMitlnun! Tnim VMtarday I
(.'be Htudled litrtalf a luna while In :n- ir. v,.r KimiAw .,k
th mirror. inr Iir )m ami her () h1 ao litttn ah It-1 iii'il'
n.iiim mum im ii"r '.iiiui wsriirur, ner
alreii equipment. Khe practiced anch
Xrrlun n alie nupiHiii t , rrpre
nt Inviimifiii, Thy wcrt ailly nml
they iii.nlo hir r.ithtr III. The f,n
In hrt vUnt una u dhlifii nij
ntlNt-riM tht ahe lrroui'1 amue of
Lev i a warmeat fare ntit-r. nri 1
amenfril hur mouth rrmMy with
ft w.ia a lunif Journey to tin' alurtln,
with throe trenafi-r of afreet car. Hli
I And If you won niu ov.-r you'd null
llUK lu til il.lflUT mid th
iimnuirri and lli huiIioi and th (un
ite. alliw Mi(j woulil I'll' lomiMiiy
! p s'in if Blwll our un
trira lucord to tlmr iiiimriilltyf
"li i. vl my tuaiiia whnt
your chararter i off tha lot rXt
that your character will tiottrriili.
iind a girl can't hat ln wtm piny
II. w tun boy beat t taught to be
"lun.ly around the houae"
Hy U-tUng UiHn h'lp fattier with
h.a chorea; the in re of the furnace,
th Ml UK Jl the WiHift bo, etc. liivt
An4 1 ,'"ly"""" m th polysmiiy ! h!tn a Ikk of looia, and teach him to
uxe mem. vknen nana neen in ia
a .... t ...... i.i.
I VkA IMtn tn corrihanv that T im ' , .... . -1- .
linii.ir .nri HM.)t, 'P-J- .:.-.', , '"X wmii.ii.wui., arm uwn ine ni
.... . . . . .H ivii. pin;ri ill. 4
tiiK in part or nn Ariibian woman
reiiched the lot lnt In the afternoon. i,hl,i
lector tefueed to accept you, or rreil
Mr. roller, the director .rnroiuiird . ir ......i i ,... ... th v....
'""virib.-.. . , ... . could hold tha Jot. once 1 recommend-
ha'. Soi win, o v',:'. ''uT rry,.?,lt V ' It? And whnt would the
vn?.r n l. " ' V" "" 'T' th women on tha lot and . IT
hntoer,rni. ..m""' f?'' ' -"-'h hu.ln.a .ytm were
phMof rnph outalda In cur file? ' ,ln.,IM here1 What would tne po-
-ll'-l. . B, I III ll'J I" OP )
(!r.ven in or any other email terpen
tering Job dona, let him do it.
turn l.lly ew;pplrtir atorlra with lil
neNlm-iit. II" "oke to her courteoua
ly, and when the aeked If elm mlKht
e i' lilni u iinmient he motioned her
Into Mi rinV", gavt her a rhalr,
cloMi'd the door, and took lila own
pi - I. Mud hla dnk.
Tha telephone rnnR. Il railed Into
it: ';'iiry. Mlaa Waie; that part hua
nen filled. The company couldn't
maka your aalnry. I Iw-KRi-d you to
t.ika tlio cut, hut you wouldn't. Tlmce
are hard and you'd t.etter lialnn to
renaon. You'd hava had four wepka
'if Rood money, und now you'll walk.
Take my itdvlce rifXt time, old di-nr,
and don't hntrarle over enlary. . . .
All rl(fht Horry. Oondliy!"
He turned to Mem and etnrted to
apeak. The telephone Jingled. He
had a piuicy with a director' who
omilri not aie a certnln actor whom
Mr. Tlrrey waa uipclmr aa the l.lenl
for tha type. They dobntpd the man
aa If he h'.d been n. race horan or a
trained nn'm.il. Tlrr-y epoke of him
na n (.'cntb-miin. who could wear
clothra ond look the rnr- Ha had
been ml-i nxt in hla InHt picture. He
waa willing; to tnke 3u0 a week off
hla aiilnry hecaime hla wife win In
the hoHpltal nnd one of hla diiUKhtera
wi.a rolnff awny to hoarding arhool.
Another telephone cull en nBnt,
avldontlv, for Tlrrey aald: "We took
a t'-Rt of Ml r.a (Hover. Hlie'a terrible!
Her mouth la repulalve, her teeth
outfit to be atniliditened, her eyea
are of tho blue that pliotoRnipha like
dlMhwitter. We enn't ue her. Don't
tell her that, of couraa. Tell her,
were not certain abtjut the picture:
we may not do it for montha. Give
the noor thing a pood atory."
Thia wna a (llHcournKlnif hack
ground for Mcm'a Hlren acenurlo. Hut
ahe wf.a determined to carry out her
theory. Mr. Tlrrey'a eyeg looked her
wnv now and then aa he llatcneO to
whnt wna comlnn In through tha wire.
When he looked awny, Mnni In all
aelf lonthinir, ndjuated heraelf In her
big ihnlr to what ahe imiiKinen w.m
Ji-a. before the rompanleg were dlH-!, ..TL..V.; ." '. "I .J '.I. . i nualneaa and theraa a lot in every
m., and ,h. U.pertmel, for,, ra- lt " , ; . J.
Th; gate,?.,,r. knew, amd at ' we'rVSL'no." ! ''1.
.irr nn'i ii. ner in. nne weni in um i knnw 'i pu,-w. ,,n u, m-i".! um. mni ...
i , , . ... 'to deliver the good to the puMle.
""-"V Implying that the, ,.Tn - th
Interview wng emkd. Hh broke out ,,,, frr r, gft ymir J(),(.
w. i . i. moetly mighty nl-a feliowa. megnet.
A wm S V "VT ? tr"?',11 handaonja. gmd eporta. hard work
do anything, ahe plcml. cr He looked PIh1WM ,,, ,lUhn wouldn't
aad, but roae and Khook hla neni. ,,,,,, ,,,,, .,., .. .,.,.
.... .,T, l; . i mil l aieinli1 with the.,,
you joha when thara aren't any. now L,,-,, ,lko ft h..d aport. mayne,
. 1I1'J",!,'",1u,e 'ou ,0 Mr' gometlmeg. If you try to be loo cold
and tinnppronchiiblo when they're In
a friendly mood. Hut that'a it dan
ger you'll meet anywhere.
"Forget thla old rot about paying
the I'rlce. flood Lord! If you could
bold. und h
He moved toward the door to ea-!
tape from tha cruelty of hla olfk-e,
but a frenzy moved her to aolza hla
mm In a IWco clulrh. Hh tried to
play the vampire aa ahe hod aeen the
part enacted on tho areen by varlotia
alllhy fovea. Khe drew her victim
cloae to her, preaaed tight nguinat
him, and poured upward Into hla eyea
all the venom of nn amoroua baalllak.
"Ml pay tho I'rlce. I know what
It rofita to atirreod, and I'm willing
to pay. I'll do anything you any. be
anything to you. You can't refuae
Hha rould hnrdly hellove her own
enra hearing he own voice, though
her pride In the acting ahe waa doing
lifted her from the dlaguat for the
He looked nt her without aurprlae,
without horror, without even nmuae
nient, hut nlao without n hint of
aurrender. Ilia only mood wna one of
"You poor child, who'e been filling
your head with that atuff? Are you
really trying to vamp me?"
The rrnae word angered her:
"I'm trying to force my way to my
career, and I don't care what It
Tlrrey'a earcnatlo nulla failed:
"Sit down a minute and llaten to
me. A little common aenae ought to
have told you that what you've been
told la nil rot. But auppoee it wn.in t.
Suppoae I were willing to give a Job
to every pretty girl who came In here
and tried to bribe me with love. Do
you know how many women I see u
day a hundred nnd fifty on aome
(lays- that a nearly a thouannd a week
alt hi re and aee the poor llt;le Idiot
that come In here and try to decoy
me, I get It all day long. Your
work waa pretty poor, my near. I
congratulate you nn being auen a bad
had woman. Hut I'm Immune. You'd
have failed If you had been the nuaen
of Kheba. Now go on outalda and
tell Mr. Dobba your pedigree and
we'll give you the flrat cnaiice we
get, and no initiation fee or coinmla
alon will be charged. How'a that?
A little bit of all ritrht, eh? You're a
nice child, and pretty, and you'll
(Ti. llo Continued Tomorrow.)
.... UU.. Ih.,nh 1 MHtlT,., in nnVO ll UI fn r.vi.1 u ASM,n,a
a Cleopatra n wnuomiy. mm ..-" - , ........ ..uc
of her beat llnea: aecretly twitched up of kida and I like 'cm vetty well at
her eklrta nnd thruat her nnkleg well ! that. Hut auppoae I waa King Solo.
Into view. Hhe turned upon Mr. iir
ley her mota languishing eyea, and
tried to p'mt ent'oement into them
aa Into howia of fire.
Hh pureed her llpa and Bet them
full. She widened licr breast with
Tlrrey aeemed to recognize that ahe
waa deploying heraelf. He grew a lit
tle tineaay. Before he finished the
telephone, talk, his assistant came iu
to sav that nnother of the directors
had decided to call a big ballroom
een the next day, and SO ladles and
geot'einen mimt be secured at once.
"1I wants real swells, too," the
assistant .mid. "lie sayn the last
bunch f mucker queered the whole
Tlrrey groaned and said, "Get busy
on the other wire." He took up hi
telcnhnne ngain, used it as a long an
tenna, and felt through the city for
various extra people. He advised sev
eral nctors and nctresses to lay aside
their pride and take the. real money
rather thnu starve.
Tils tiat'""'-' e'eiiisttc enthusi
asm for tho welfare of these Invisi
ble persons, touched Mem with ad
miration. She could not see where
or when this Samaritan c uid find
time or inclination to play the satyr.
He was a bit fagged When he fin
ished his last charge upon the In
dividuals and tho agencies. Hut he
was as polito to Mem as if she had
been Hobina Teele. t
"What can I do for you?"
" want a chance to act."
"What is your line?"
"Anything Is nothing. What ex
perience have you had'.'"
Mem hud not come t-re to offer
her past, but her future. She waa
suddenly confronted with the fact
that nil actors must offer themselves
for sale not tho pretty women only,
but the old men, too, and the char
Actors are much shused for talk
ing of themselves. Few of ttiem do
when business ts not Involved, but
when It is they must discuss the
goods they are trying to sell. Shoe
merchants talk shoes: railroad presi
dents, railroads; politicians, ixilitirs:
clergymen, salvation. Each salesman
must recommend his own stock and
talk It up.
So Mem bad to trope for espcrlence
Friday at $2.45
About 200 Women's ll.'t
formerly sold at f.YOO t
17.50. ilcau-Up fl0 A
ale rrice i4eS.
Julius Of fun
1511 DoMgla Street
man and Brlghaui Young and the sul
tan of Turkey nil In one. A hundred
and fifty a day really you know
You flatter me! I won't ask you how
I could do nny office work or how long
my health will last, but how long do
you auppoee my health would last If
I gave position In return for favors?
Uncle Sam Says
Home Healing riant Operation.
A large number of home heating
plants burn more fuel thnn they
should, still others do not heat the
houso satisfactorily. This may he
due to the selection of a plant of the
wrong design, alze or type, faulty In
stallation, poor operation, or to loose
fitting doora and windows. The divis
ion of Agricultural Engineering has
issued a booklet telling of the require
ment for satisfactory home heating
and giving advice on the selection,
Installation and operation of home
Header of The Omaha Hee may ob
tain a copy of thla booklet free as long
as the free edition lasts by writing
to the Division of Publication. De
partment of Agriculture, Washington,
D. C., asking for "V. li. or they
may purchase a copy at any time by
asking for the same number und en
closing 6 cents In coin to the Huper
Intendent of Documents, Washington,
D. C. ,
To insert your Want Ad, "Tell the
Telephone" Atlantic 1000.
Why Worry If Your Cunarlrnce la
Just beijiuae you nr accused of
dolmf a certain thing flue not make It
so. so why should you worry atuout
what other mif, falsely.
There are aome folk who are only
Imppy when they can tlr up trouble.
I'e proof against such mean aplrlf.
Your own conscience l th only
thing uu have to answer to In the
If you have done wrong, you hava
more to fear In th sllll small vole
which la bound to chide you when
you least expect It.
If you have done wrong you cannot
I'nless you are hardened by much
wrong doing you are bound to euffer
for your mladeeds, whether other
know ntsiut them or not.
Hut If you are gulltle, you cer
tainly huv nothing to fear,
Those who are deflected from yon
Im-aii'S they think u lime don
umihing of which thy d) nut ap
prove win Und out In th long run
that you nr Innocent.
And whether they dy or not. a clear
Ponnclene I a wondetful help In
keeping a peaceful mind.
lOlirrtlht, 141 l
40 Omuhmu to Make Debut
on Movie Screen From Rfar
Forty leading Omaha buslnee men
mik thlr debut In the movie thl
week-'-froin th rear.
They'll 1 ehown aoon on th World
theater crn. If you fn guea m,
you win a !in prlte,
(leorg B. Oullette and John li
CnniplN-ll of tb Oullette Campbell
Film company of New York ar In
th clfy photographing "Who' Who
Their Initial film wn th Triangle
club, taken at lunch yesterday, other
local club will be photographed, be
Th week ftr their rear vlw ap
pear on the aoreen, they will right
a li ut face in Another film and graet
Omaha Mend with a amlle.
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Remarkable Results Shown by a Nation
Wide Canvass of Women Purchasers of
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- 50,000 Women Answer
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Replies, to date, have been re
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98 per cent of which mj YES.
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Think rf it only two women
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It only goes to prove, however,
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