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TUG SUNDAY BEE: OMAHA. OCTOBER 20. 1022.
Off Their Slate
(lulicrnatorial Nominee". ViM j
Promise arwl Apparent Sacri- j
fiff of Principle Palla j
on Partv Members.
Lincoln, ( t. 5t ifptatki .) Iienio
rial hnve. a-rat''h4 "llrother l'hr
iy" off llieir ilnle ami mi U1 limn
Iter i f i r.illy progressive democrat !
e vote, 1 put th twin Dry an ul
to ridl a "tool of Wall Wrl" In ths orate aa thy pleae and "Mln Hfret
sen.il aniln. Tha d"niraiic party. nd "Maiden I-ne," (ha two main
in other word, la lolly split. . aialra of lha ahow room, will bt Man-
A politl.nl 'l'rvcr traveling- fiver!'""1 '"'" '""
lha ataia and sounding sentiment In Th" Individual uhlbitnr will con
..,r i.t touri fiom Atliui,.-e ,,,,, n"''t varlou ronteM during-th wk
flidn-y In the extri-in i'l In l.iiirnlti
and N'l'frf-Ua i lty In tlm mat la tin
iressnj nh l ho lrK mjinher of
ili-iiunratv voter wlm are ripreaalntf
ut Willi ('liurlra I Irian and ro
r'nlmlni; tlielr im t'-nt imiim to vol for
t haile II. Il.md'ill for governor.
TMa la ro.illy Hi 'sue In practically
riery rniniiiunlty. Hmther V. J.
'spilled the, tiemrs" when he toured
Nebraal.a In Ilia lirolherly effort to
help one of th" family R't elected to
some slnlne oflii " of uioia Ih.in In
i il Impoi tii nor'.
. J.'t HUxU rail.
W. J.'a stock lina fiillcn from iil
most ir In prinllnilly fro In llin
estimation of many peraona of Ida own i
parly, llo undoiilitiilly coat Ciiurl'-y
thnuaanda of voti-a.
Ilrotlier Charley, inraiillme, goea up
and ilnwii th main und to and fro
therein, H'oi lalmlng what ho la going
to do, piomlaing nearly everything
except a gold watch to every man and
woman und a rt-d wagon lo every child
In the eent of hi election.
Th aooner the election eiimen, the
iiioio vote Charley will huvo. J-'or
he 1 lotting them rapidly. Ilia llg
pronilae aounded good at Ural. f!ul
their hollottnera I nmre and more up
Aa former Congrinnman Charles
Hloan of Geneva put It Hie other day:
"If election cntne In Auguet, the dem
ocrat might win. All I tin green leave
of promleo ore on the tree, ltut In
November the tree have loet
leave. The bare nkeletona are open
to view. It will he no on election
Favored by Democrat.
If enough ieroii can only oe and
bear Charle If. Ilaiidall "Rundall of
Handolph," "the man without, fiille."
th man who has done the greatest
Ihlnga In thl fciate for tho fanner
and laboring men, the man who
ilorKii't brag und iloeen't V 11) if y
Churle liryan will he snowed under
very deep at the poll. That is what
people say In every community. Al
ready thousand of democratic vote
l.ave been announced for him.
Tom Neighbor of Bridgeport,
county chairmen, declares that in hi
part of the slate great number of
rlenmcrnt have stricken Charle
Ftrynu from tho lint of those for whom
they will vote.
"They tell me they have had a little
too much of the HryaiiH," he said.
"Another thing that, has hurt Charles
Is the appearance of Urol her William
on hi behalf. The Kryun seem too
nxloiiH to satiufy their own cravings
for olllcn and not anxious enough to
serve the people, an I gulher the
reasons from the anil Bryan demo
crats." "t lieap Politician."
Eriice Wilcox, editor of the paper
at liiidgeport, declared the switch
from Bryan to Itandall by many dem
ocrat is due to the fact that they
consider Bryan a "cheap politician."
"Bryan overleaped himself and fell
on t'other side in his galaxy of pre
election promise," said Mr. Wilcox.
"Take, for instance, hla tatement on
the left side of his face that he saved
the people of Lincoln 1150,000 on their
cnnl last year. That's absurd. Ha cer
tainly sold lf. than 10,000 tons In the
year. Therefore he would have to
'save' them $13 a ton to come up to
his figures. Thl the democrats them
selves don't like."
George Grimes, former Omahan,
now owner and editor of the I'latte
Valley Daily New at Scottsbluff, a
democrat, la supporting Rniidall for
governor and Hitchcock for senator.
"Sick of Bryan"
"I got sick of Bryan long ago."
aid George. "Randall Is such an
outstanding man, such a real he-man,
that I want him for governor of this
state. He'll do vastly more for us
than Charles Bryan ever could."
The same democratic feeling wbh
expressed by lr. A. C. Coleman as
existing around Chappell.
Colonel Green, staunch democrat of
declared his disgust with j
the W. J. Hi. mi n tour of the state and1 a regular attraction. Bookinga were
said, according to W. C. Kerr, republi-j made accordingly and now the prob
can chairmen, that he would transfer lem of tin local house will be to boo!;
bis gubernatorial vote to Mr. Ban- j the time which otherwise wou'd hav;
I been niled by Shubert t'nit vauUc
Charle Davidson, a druggist at ' llle. according to Joy Sutphen. man
oeallala. iinniumed hi vole for lUn-j-r. Hi hope to Keep the theater
dull. I'.. I'. Klinck deniocrjtio candl
lUte for sbri.ff at Giant, Insisted that
th U.tml.ill meeting l :el-t III hi
lUmlall I" t.el
V. D J.'M. s of iM..ha. Iinf in Hi4
rsv the tveiwi when Senator IUn-
dsll ei'l th'.e. went to the court-1
toue Ihnil.Utg lj nittling s to
thete. II w.it.litvsu met Mm and'
dire, ted l.un ' i'" liouaa.
acroiis Or tnet when Mr, ll.-indsil,
I in is dm .-cut." ;4 th
in n. . i.t.ig t Mr. J.im. 'btii."
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for Exposition Opening,"'8' vv'"eht PteiJ . '
Honori Kipec'ted to Kcqi
Interest at Fever Pitch
Until November 11.
Omh tnnuf'-turr who wilt hav
enhlliit in (ho 1121 Horn Industry
ipoltinn, which (ipn on tli eighth
floor of th Urufulel ator Monday
morning at I. nrkl lai fatiirrlay
treitiin llieir txjothi In readme for
npcnlnif. Th eililliltor
aiven permission t Ai-c-
and nunnrou ytver will be given
away lit th show each tiny. Them
will he iecnl sli'vnlor service; to and
from th rlghih Moor, and In ai'lte of
tha large crowd that are tjperted.
everything will .e orderly. Plana
have lien muds to irieiit any con
geatlnn at the elevators.
There are three tandidatea in th
rioe for the "Maiden iimalm" honor.
,f hry am Jtol.ina liunn, 00il Kim
Utrret, a nurae nt Kwift A Co.: Mary
yuinn, 7'ij Houth Twenty fifth atr-et,
ja ateiiogrnpher nt Hen lllenult com
pany, and (jertrude Hlrunge, 3324
! Mouth Twenty at'-on etreet.
I WaUli for Winner.
I At a iiii-t-tlng of the ahow cutnmit-
VrMuy It waa decided to preernt
I lie "M.iidi ii Omuha." With n hand
aomely engraved wrlat watch In which
will b eome appropriate sentiment
ili-ecrlblng the winner a the tlrnt
iiueen of Oinuhg luduatry. In addi
tion, aeveral manufacturer have In
timated that they would add gift to
that from the aeaoclallon a a whol.
The watch will be awarded a soon
at the winner hn been determined.
I'.elng the I'i'il "Maiden Omaha"
will not be an empty honor. The
young woman occupying that position
will be c:illed upon to art a hoatei,
at many affair which the inanufau
turera will alage thl year.
The Hint big eociul event will be
tho coronation ceremony, which will
take place some time In February,
when the manufacturers have their
annual bamiunt. inia I alway a
real event and practically every man
ufacturer In Omaha attends and dis
tribute numerous prizes. When the
1923 Home Industry exposition opens
"Maiden Omaha" will take her place
as queen of Omaha' Industrie and
reign until a new "Maiden" 1 elected.
Good (or Ten Vole.
Thousand of voting coupons are
This I a "Maiden Omaha" coupon, duplicates of which r.re being given
by Omaha merchants to earlt purchaser of a product made in Omaha.
Kadi counts 10 voles for any Omaha young woman, 10 In 2.", who may
be designated by the voter a a candidate when the vote is cast personally
or hy mail Willi the contest manager, Corey & Mchenle Printing company,
Twelfth anil Harney streets, not later than Noiruiher II.
Tho young woman receiving the) highest number of voles will be crowned
"Maiden Omaha" for a year ami will be queen of the 1924 Home Industry
exposition. The person casting tlm largest number of votes will receive a
prize of fZ"). Many other prizes will also be awarded.
counta 10 polnta in the MADK-IN-OMAHA 1'KIZiJ CONTEST, provided
it show below the purehafce of an Omaha made article.
Product bought The Omaha Dally Bee.
Name (write plainly) t ,
I vote for Mis , ,,,
FOR "MAIDEN OMAHA" FOK THE TEA II 1323.
Clip this coujion and vote for your "Alaldun Omaha" candidate.
Move Follows Globing of Des
Moines and Kansas
Shubert unit vaudeville was aban
doned In Omaha at the close of the
current bill at the Brandela theater
This new vaudeville circuit was
opened here September 10 In con
nection with booktnga in Khuliert
llieatera In Kansas City, Des Moines,
St. I'uul. Minneapolis and Milwaukee.
Des Molne Shubert vaudeville was
closed four weeks ago, Kansas Cltv
waa closed two weeka ago, and this
week's bill at the Brandela will go to j
fit. Paul and Minneapolis to cloue
The plan was to have vaudeville at
the Brandela on the first four days
of each week and finish the Week with
with traveling com
Mr. tiutphrn explained that patron j
g here wa satisfactory, but with i
the Kansas Cuy and De Moine the-j
ter chistvl, th companle could noil
b moved to Omaha on a ealisfactoiy
I . m. '
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Hrerlfs Hert Keg. Are
rri'l'lcni for (lily Major
AWroii, ', tvt. ! With ?t low
bter k on lo hititlt tir a Inpior
r4id In hi citric!, Mii'f l.K.I ft
t.lr lk i i.i4i.i.g hn will
)il'p.a to thm if K .a them il '.
IroirJ Ii .ll.niJ th l.ll lt'
h M p vMit'ii th i.r t o.!, 4 ,
tu par I ( I'" for hif l "
in i t. ' A rff UUi v4 h I
l;nsr I'li'.il imi4ny Mirl
. la. iii t t !. if. The h l.i tm-t '
r.il ttn.ji.t th k.. ji nr i,
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: l a li.H'i"l if th r
14 a ti.o i 1 1
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being dblrjliiitrd cadi day by Omaha
rriiiilTi Willi miului made products.
Manufacturer are distributing these
eoupons to relNllers, and every pur
chaser who buys an Omalu mad
oroduct Is entitled to one counon for
I each purchase, Kaoli coupon count
for 10 vote in the "Maiden Omaha"
contest and 10 point in the gold and
Hel.iil grocers report that the de
mands for the voting coupon arc
growing find that the manufacturer
can expect many candidate In the
campaign. The vote counted Hatur
lay, in round number gave Mis
Uiunn boo, Miss Uulnn 400 and Mis
Htrunge 30i. This do- not show the
volume of coupon distribution, a re
tailers say that the coupon are being
withheld until more candidates have
entered the race.
Candidates can be entered at any
time at the ofllce of C. l;, Corey, gen
eral manager of the exposition, at
Corey & McKcnzlc. Twelfth and Har
ney streets. During the exposition
there will be a voting liootli where
voles can be deposited. Other votes
urn to b" deposited at the office of
the general manager.
The contest closes November 11,
and after the von-s have been counted
tho winner of "Maiden Omaha" will
be declared und the gold and mer
chandise prizes to those handing in
tlie greatest number of coupons, will
South Dakota Senator Says
Congress Needs Fighting
Cherokee, la., Oct. 28. Enlarge
ment ainl broadening of tho scope of
the republican party to look particu
larly to the interest of the farmers
of the northwest, as exemplified in
the workings of the farm bloc, and
an appeal for the support of Col
Smith W. Brookhart for the United
States sciate and Congressman Bole
from tho Eleventh district for re-election
to the house, were features of
the address here last night by Sen
ator 1'eter Norbeck of South Dakota.
Senator Noibeck praised Col. Brook
hart as being a worthy successor to
Senator Kenyon, and a man in syn
puthy with the best Interest of th
northwest and lis people,
"Farming I at a low ebb," he said,
"ard right now aa perhap never
before wo need men In Washington
w ho are u.'ive to the need of our peo
ple In tin section of ih country."
"High transportation rales, a ono
sided inadequate credit plan and th
marketing problem." he rontiiiuel
ar among th thing we are no
contending wall m rongrm, snd w
need mor such Inen at Brnokhart to
help put l' aiio:.,"
ln u-iii f th chart that Cut.
Bruoklmrt is radical, Senator Norbeck
I "When mn go to coiigtes their
nan trmlil lia brni unually mm
l.stJ of being loo l ltl Ihry to
cum twa tt'i.it i tit.ti. What w
ied from low l a fUh' iig, pro
i !; i , an. su h Cot. lirw-khart
M if!i to "
Nut Holler, Hut Hiillc(:)trr, !
Slrauuc I'lid of Prisoner (
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I council bum
Al.i-a Vrlght aa awarded an order,
i. niniinlng her huahand, liert (. '
IWight, from mnleatliig her while tha
diMMoe atilt filed ly her agulnet him j
I pendliig. Judge O. V. Wheeler,
Stunted tha Injunction In diatrk t i
cnurl yru-rd'. Mia, Wright charge
III her pelltinn Hint
Ihreiitened to Mil her.
mi.. ...L. , ka 1 It,. - tmn
now mrrum itv v, m ' '
m, nor ihildrrn, l'-nt and Itevid, and
an ciiuity in property owned ly them
ut Thirty fourth mret ai d Avenue F.
They war niaiiled Auguet 1 900,
and are th parenl of rlv children,
three of whom are of age,
Mr. If. S. Smjlh, Pioneer
Milliner of Hluff, Diea
Mr, ll'len Hpr.lik fmyth, (, Coun
cil llluff m Miner living at 301 lark
Hvenue, died yesterday morning at th
STen-y hospital following an Illness
of lo weeks. Kb had conducted a
mihnery tor In the Bluff for 11
rars and her husband, Hill Smyth,
i proprietor of th Bmyth Chemical
company of Omttha.
Mr. Hmyth was born In thl city
and la a graduate of the HI. Francis
academy. Hhe la a member of th
ht. Peter Catholic church and I Sur
vived, beside her husband, by two
sister and one brother. Funeral
ervce will b held Monday morning
from th church.
Mom'c Picketing Injunction
to He Heard Next Friday
lleaiing upon th application for
a permanent injunction made by
Council Bluff moving picture the
ter proprietor against member of
the operator' union will be held In
district court next Friday morning.
An application for a modification of
the restraining order will be filed
today by attorney for the operator.
The temporary Injunction granted
to tho movie manager In diatrlct
court two month ago prevent th
union men from picketing th thea
ter. It 1 thl feature of the order
that will be attacked in the petition
for a modification,
Builder of Kief Hall
Dies at Hazel Dell Home
Peter Jtlef, 77, resident of Potta
wullumie county for nearly half a cen
tury and a member of the Kief family
which established the .well known hall
of that name near Crescent, la., died
Th ii relay ni-lit ut his home In Hazel
Dell township. He is survived by
four daughters, two stepsons, one
brother und 28 grandchildren.
Ills daughters ore Mr, .loe t,ey.
than of Theodore, Ala.; Mrs. Cico
Mi Inlosh of Honey Creek; Mrs. Jame
Christensen of Omaha, and Mrs. John
Thompson of Hazel Dell. His stepson
are Fred Ifracker and John Braeker,
both of Hazel Dell, and hi brother,
Jacob lilef, live In Germany.
i Floyd" Smith Gets 5 Yearn
for Theft of Automobile
Floyd Smith, one of two youth ar
rested In Sioux City and brought back
to Council Bluffs to face charge of
automobile larceny, pleaded guilty
yesterday In district court ond waa
sentenced to live year in the state re
formatory at Anamosa, la., by Judge
O. D. Wheeler.
Paul Wright, companion of Smith,
has refused to plead guilty and his
case will be submitted to the grand
Jury. The two young men, it is al
leged, stole an automobile from Purk
avenuo and Broadway on October 20,
drove it to Magnolia, la., and traded it
for another machine and $15 in cash.
Iowa School Teachers
Want Politics Removed
De Molne, la., Oct 27. Removal
of administrative offices In the state
school system from the "blighting in
fluence of politics" will be urged In a
resolution to Ve presented at the an
nual convention of the Iowa State
Teachers' association, which convene
here next Thursday, It was announced
by association officials today.
The delegate also will tie called
upon to ratify a resolution urging
longer tenure of office for school
Scholarship Fund Plan
of Iowa Eastern Star
Des Molne. la., Oct. 27. The grand
chapter of the Iowa Order of the
Kastern Star at the closing session of
the annual encampment voted to put
Into operation the plan for creating a
scholarship fund recommended by
George tl. Hamilton of Des Molne,
retiring grand patron.
Through an assessment of 10 cant
upon each memlier a fund of 17,600
la expected to be available by next
summer to lend girls of the M.nonlo !
fanillle for education, j
t, iOU WOKMVIM. Al ONO .ii . 4 Hill !- .s ikti
t is uf HKivtk .4 i. ar.-toiiiii,g i i i. .1
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"You, AU All, Must tl 3ii.f..d "
U2I l atnant St., Cor, UtK f !. Ja. 217
"Working Girl" Asks Heart
Balm "to Prove Her Caste"
Wealthy Suitor Jilted
at (iliurcli, he
Kanaa City, Mo., Ort, Jl "Can
her hU.bn.ll,h lr' a living .ver
rearn inn nwignia 01 p-h-ibi irnijrpiint
" r "" "ii'-.
"or doe her nssoclsiion with the
hrd, practical world of bulne un
fit her for the ofins of th country
club vera ndi. the bridge la of th
exclusive set and holies t the
'four hundred '!"
A jury in circuit court her will h
kd to ove thl gold problem
to Write Irito th bonk of I'.lacktone,
In their cobwbled heve, the n
wer to the problem of "casl."
Hue Millionaire Kullor.
Mis Ijndi Grout, 25, atenngraph
r, pretty, vlvacku, dlmlnutlv, bru
nettethe "Angel Fyes" of Jonalhan
A, Brubaker, (3, millionaire grain
rhan, church director nd clubman
aak th uetlon.
It 1 In th form of a heart balm
suit filed by Mis Grout, In which
sh demand $.'0,000 o sooth the
ache of blighted romance.
Mis Grout suit hit becorn th
one toplo of th country club, the
afternoon bridge and I brought up at
vry ncial function for discission,
not alone by femltiln oiety, but by
ihe social et' ml contingent a
In her petition Mia Grout ayi:
Wa Working filrt.
6h wa a working girl ethnog
rapher. In a fellow business man' office
the millionaire grain man chanced to
e her on day -
"He told rue It w my ye which
attracted him that i why he always
called me hi 'Angel Eye' " Mis
Thot the millionaire pursued her
every step from the moment of their
meeting until a few hour before the
tlm et for their wedding on May
Jl, in another allegation of the suit.
"Mis Grout listened to hi plea, t'
resign her position," her suit con
tinue. She further say:
Gave Her 14,000 Ring.
"The inlllionalr purchased a $4,000
"Bought her a $4,000 coupe.
"Purchaed the wedding ring, in
scribing it; 'To My Angel Kye nl
"That he purchased her wedding
"Kmployed the minister arranged
for the service In th exclusive Grand
Avenue Temple church, of which the
millionaire Is a member of the board
"And that h left her waiting at
th church." -
In her suit Ml Grout says:
"I wa all prepared for my wedding
dressed In the thing o dear to a.
girl' heart. But my groom-to be did
not call for trie. I telephoned him.
I waa frantic. He told m T would
have lo postpone the wedding. I
Say He Repudiated Her.
"He said that 'I waa Just a work
ing girl' that hi set could not ac
cept me until I had elevated my.caste.
"It I not that the $50,000 I ask
will mend my broken heart," Mis
Grout ald after filing her milt. "My
real reason I to avenge the lur of
so-called society against the girl who
"I am proud of the bit I contributed
to the work a day world. I glory In
That's Crazy with Heat
Fill your coal bins now
a tro weather I
predicted ahead of ut.
In order to keep our men and
equipment busy, we have re
duced the priceg on the fol
lowing coal for a limited
BEST GRADE OF
FRANKLIN COUNTY, ILL.
Lump or Egg,
per ton ....$12.50
Eclipse, Illinois Lump,
per ton U.00
Eclipse, Illinois Nut,
per ton ....$10.00
per ton ....$10,125
Advance Coal Co.
Dealer in Co. I at Ik. B.tl.r Sort
Phn.. AtLntli ltlJ-IS7
4IJ iul ISIk SI.
Make You For
get They Are
I Miss I A'.ii i.ki til I
(he girl who wntke no miller what
Iter position in life. 1 ,eiiv In r i
more fitted to be a wifo than the
noclai drone of Ih plnU teas, whose
only labor I the hour rho spend i
under the In ml if tho luaufy sjie
clnllst. Claimed She Was BcaulifiI. I
"It I havij beiiulj, whlih Mr, Pnl
baker ilsliliei), II s Ju,-t, Ihe bemily
of Ih girl v. In bs lived a heallhv,
happy llfa mnror of the happinc
a girl finds In the knowledge that rli"
ll eonti Ihlllilig soinelhliig lo the
Miss Grout cliilma It, will be . bairn
enough for her heart If a Jury holds
that the working girl is not of lower'
noclai caste than her more fortunsii
ulster the daughter of wealth.
Brubaker has promised to HI an
swer to Miss Grout's suit.
He will prove, be claims, "that the
'working girl' vamped film'' inlo din
proposal of matrliige--lhat she aspired '
A simple change in
made her "look and
a different person"
From the Ivirdcrland of a nervous collapse
she found, like, thousands of others, that
the road back to the joy of real h?alth lay
in proper diet ond not in drugs.
Health is normal, not exceptional. Fail
ing strength and energy mean juat this:
something is hindering the body from per
forming its two vital functions:(l)Duilding
up the worn -down tissues from day to day;
(2) Removing daily the poisonous waste.
The fresh, living cells of FleiHimann's
Yeast contain a natural food with the
very elements which help the body per-'
form these two vital functions.
Like any other plant or vegetable, yeast
produces the best results when fresh and
"green" not dried or "killed." Fleisch
mann's Yeast is the highest grade living
yeast always fredi. It is not a medicine,
it is a natural food. It helps to "tone'' up
the whole eystem and assures regular daily
elimination. ResuUa cannot bo expected
unlosa it h eaten regularly.
Everywhere physicians and hospitals are
prescribing Flciuchmann's Yeast to correct
constipation, skin disorders and to restore
appetite and digestion.
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4500 Dodge Street
"It was all I could do to get through
the day, and then "
"I was secretary to a very busy executive, and it
was all I could do to get through the day. I was
many pounds underweight and a blood-test showed
a seriously anaemic condition. Worst of all, I
suffered from an obstinate skin trouble which I
couldn't seem to cure. I began eating three cakes
of Fleischmann's Yeast every day. That was over
a yrnr ago. Today I have regained my normal
weight my complexion has cleared beautifully
and I look and feel like a different person."
I'al il rrgulurlylain, or $pread on tracker, or
tniu j iih nuu r vr milk two or three taket a day. If
you pref, r, grt fit take at a time. They uif keep in a
tool, dty ijif fur to vr three daru Jlcgin at vme to
know uhitt rial hralth mean! lie turf yvu get l leinli.
mann't Yeast. All groa n hart it.
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