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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1922)
ri!K OMAHA HER: VKINJXAY, NOY.'MI-KR 8,
Heir to Fortune
.Vermont Penitentiary Inmate
Learn, of Dig V.tale Left
by Krlativf Trrm Up
Win-lanr, Vt , Nov. 7. rilf hnrt
J fiiarige, convict, r-lllnif In pell No,
K't, at Virtiiniit KliiiH prlimn, la
an heir to fortuna at f 12,ouo,ooo, it
waa learner) recent I y.
The ttruy fnrct, cnlluria bunded con
vict, wlin I wealthy fiiiiiiKh to liiiy
tha Jail LPI Hint If Into a tiiiiKtilflrent
nanlon. will probably (, releaaetf
nrly next pprlns, provi'lina; ha t
hriv hlniHrir nri'l lniit e-oo.1 lu k. 1I
I -j vlnn acute nc of from two to
, thre year.
Itl.hur'l )i rruine-e ha l.prn a la-l-on-r
all hi llf', but rccpnlly learns'l
that Iim in uim of th three muni lidm
nt I hi- i n-' il Nicimlna) 1 ' niiiK.
vho- fortune, tin uiiiuuritinK tu
1 1 2.lii)ii,i)'i0, In ili jjoNlli-ri in I hit Jtiink
of l-'rnnc, nt I'urln. Ilo I nnxloualy
count ln Ilia tl.iv when lie run leavo
tha prh-on (irnl ach't hla relative In
the 1'KlnhllnliitiK of hla Idi-nHty ami I
th Identity of Him lona (lend Nlcholu.
Tha only m.ik lliil In ha vl-
dew un)irtlnf th pcmnnif)
claim of n!atliiiihlp la Inn absence
of lilrth iiciinlii rruvinK the relation-
ahlp of 'ho hvlfiK I'l-manKPa to their
tl'Bll'IfltlH-r, NK-IIOIBH ITII.1IIH1'.
I'h" paper wi re mli-lniil year KO,
Girls Steal Dogs,
Then Get Rewards
to-V, Ml -
SOULS for SALE
By RUPERT HUGHES.
1( unllnurd triua rale rt.)
Vet aha muld hater i-iva lilt Jnr I It airu.k nobody
VlWi Pin Flirty
FaaliionaMy Drrwil Young
Women Spirit Pets Awajr
Um Amu-l'-a, "!.. Nov. 7. Traffic
In valuable "OK, "len for the
reward pvt-ntuiilly iitild for their re
turn, la Mm? Invi'dlifatPil liy the Lou
Art;:"'' foli'-a following report of
tha opcntl'xiH ihroiitrlioul the city of
fanhlona! !v ilr-,ieil women ftinaK'-'l
In the new and highly remunerative
Tho ulirc'il method of tho young
women la to (lrlvo liroi'.h f inhlim
ahlu an l pxcIukIv rMlilentlnl dlntil' t
vhero vnlu.ilili' 4hx ui known to lie,
j(i(fomln Mui'lly wi ll tho aiuninls,
aplrltlni,' tli'-m nvy ond returnlnK
tbeio later In aiiHwer to Bdvertlne
innta offi-diiK rewiirdx.
"When n-wnrda are not adv-rrtlned
It l aald lh.t women "liip th Sngn
to coiiferl'iiit'K In other -lte, who
dlfpoac of them to new ownera.
Two Alexandria State
Danks Arc CoiieoliJatcd
Mncoln, Nov. 7.Th atato (hpart
rnent of Yonimeree and trade today re
jiorted the llriul'lutlort f tho Farmer
atata liank ( f Alexandria through con
aolldatlon with tha Ktata bank of
Alexandila, thn Utter auccetdlnif to
tUo conoDlldatcd bualneaa of both
banka anl tho Farmera Btate bank
nurrenderlnir Its charter and going
out of bulii'.'. The conaolidatlon tw
Apparatun ha been Invented for
rui'ftiiurltiK and reoordinir tho thrum or
pull of airplane propeller under flight
It Is Pyramid
ryamtil Til NuppoaHnrlra flnya
Ilrmiitht Hrllrf to Thnunnnd
ntu Hail XnlTrrrd bevrrrly
I ur I er.
Tou will (pilekly reallM that
T'yraml.1 IMlfl SupposttorUa are
ulmply wonderful to caao pain, re-
Jioilg Ken yon, who appeura an the
lead opiioxlia .Iihnny 1 linen In
"Hiiro Klie Flint," lit the Hlnltn next
week, beitun her irof kmIohuI cuieer
with a aluglfiK port In J'rlmem I 'at.
Her ataKo preHenca In thin prodiietioii
attracted the attention of Al Worn!
who raNt her fur an Important peak
liig part In "Tho (ilil in the Llinou-
mi. ' ller lurn-M In thl venture
liniUKht her to the attention of fleorge
Arll, who rnKiiged her to piny
pronilnent role with him In "The Itul
InK 1'nnnlon," following; which che aa
eended tha ladder nt fame by etarrlng
In the li-Kltiiiiale play "I'p The hud
dir." Hho apjieaied In thla prinluc
lion for a full year on liroadway and
there K!'l'i''l tho plaudit of New
York' tlieutriial world, following
which Mio waa enifflKed by C. .', liurr
to accept thn lin.llriff femnje role In
"Sure Flro Flint."
W ran J "The Man Whe Paw To
Kun "Sherlock Holme."
KiMpi-pftn "Tho Truthful Mar."
Itlallo "Tho Valley of Kllent Men."
World "Ton o' tho Morning."
Moon "A J!oku:' Romance," '
Munvf'Tbe Hllent Call."
N tmpurunt iittru':tln In aiiiioiin'iil
li,r lliu Jiiiiiiinu tru-aiur iiiri-t riiun'
iTini'-iM-iiiK 'Ihurwlay. Niivpinin-r ,
inallne Halufday, lin A'tuliih Kliiuti-r
will ineaint lh iiri-iii'iit rtriiiiui i le novelty
i,f t)i punt il l-ado, lOulf ii O'NHII'II llil-
utuwl I'li-y. I hi) Kmpi.-i or j'im;a, wiin
l l.nrl'-a h, 'ill,iii, Hi : aaiuntalilixr tnr,
ivhu rim, frum ulmeurlty to wirlil-ruin
In one ntirlit. In (I19 lit lu ruin.
Th j,ly la built upon aoincwmt nirri-r-
int lnf than tha vaunl run of ornmatle
offerlrtra. It 1 In l(tht aceni-a, laiit In
ttia W'at Ifl'll"", and defili-t tha ailn-n-(urea
of an x-I'ullman porter, who tli-t-a
thrf.uKh a di-nac fnrei-t t' fH'-upn the vn
eaano thn iKrnrant black notlvia ha
haa plundor-il. During tha action of tha
play, the nmpfror jai lhrouKh all tha
human emotlona; liiBlunlnif In a humoroua
vln the B'-enaa Rrailunte from axpn-aaiona
of altxht alarm to hawllrturmenl, to th
rtpth of i)"-ap"'"lo'i and di-apalr. r.
(;ililii'a art la aaM to rarry hla auitkni-ii
lironthl'ia and t nc, throughout tha un
foMlnj of thn a'ory.
The iireaenration will na mam in una
city with Iho ennui attention lvon to
avTy detail aa ilurlna Ha entire bbl" i
run at the prlnreaa iheater, N-w V t
anil Bxtended runa In Boaton, rhlladl),hlB,
That the title of Eddie I-eonard'a of-
fcrliiK, "The Mlnatrel'a DellKht," la ex
tiemely Biproirlute Orpheum audlnncna
are atteallna t each performance. Clunu
uroiia Bpphi'tai Indfcatea that the at.ir
raally la a dclipht. Ilia ahlllty ae a eon
compoaer la exh'bltcd by the Introduction
of anveral nnrnbera not previously heard
In Omaha. Halien and Ituraell contribute
one of the moat populur offerlnira of the
current ahow. He la a comedian at very
droll etlrlhutee. Andoreon and Hurt are
appearing In the amualng comedy, "Tho
IHizy Hetgnta" Alexandria, la aurpriie
part, rf the but that wlna hllariona appre
iifitlon. Three other atnndnrd acta round
out the bill which tnkoe rank aa one of
the moat popular ahowa the urpneum nua
prcaciited thla aenaon.
Jack Pempaey, the champion how head
lining the aeven net vaud''vllle bill at the
World, illallkce to talk about hlmacif or
hla echh-vnicnta In the Bouarcd circle
Mlaa LnlBht of the Earlv and Lalght Trio
ccmcB In for much pralee thla week, She
la a rotund comedienne who la pot
ashi'ined of her welsrht. The entire bill
la Id, ally balanced end the aeven acta
combine to fo'm the boat World offering
In quit Borne time.
Solta Marimba Hand -iin be Been for
Ihe luat tlmea today at the Einprcaa. The
auven men coniprtatng thla hand are
experta In their manipulation of the pon
deroue Ira'riimenta. Much In the fun line
ta purveyed by Harry Tlowen and Madeline
Baldwin. Juat how much fun can be ob
tained from a toy balloon will be ahnw-n
bv Humherto Tlroa. Jane Oarnett, "The
flirt f-nm Kanaae," o'f-ra aeleeted and
eppeclnlly written numbera. There will
be a new ahow tomorrow.
ThUken a la King." Inlorpreted by
Tereaa Adtmi and tho "Hlff Jamboree"
chorua la an outatandlnir f-iiture In the
entertainment at Ihe (iayefy thea'er f,ir
the peri'.'t of two rtnliy performancea thla
Week. Alualcal pumbera are featurea of
the Jkki'1 i-J Cooeer ahow and Mi-ia
Adam, w l'h Vile l.tlette, (llnd'-a Stm k
ton and N'lrrlnia tt'ari- will lead 1 aeo.
unite enaemblea with the chorua aiming
and dniu-ing behind them.
lleva ItcMng, allay that aggravate
In; Ketiaa i'( oreaaurA mid rnuMt yuti
to 'eat U'iil Bleep with riiniturt.
Th f ,u t (hut almuBt e-very druif.
tl-t III the I', M. and I'aimda mrrha
j ranild In atmk at '0 t enia a box
altowa how hluhlv th-v f'll'l'oni-
Ira regaiited. Take no tub
Btilute. You can try the tit tree by
a-ndlbg your nuinu and tnl 'r.aa tit
I'vramld I'rpg i'o, l J') rami J
ii alaraliali, in. h.
iarnr mil uo link tu lliu r.ne nf
"lprly. It waa loo wonderful in
play eeiiH tin the !, to revel III
a liioiui til of di.uiiafh! puw-r, H um
out II tiutili! 'Hlllie, liaik II ttiiltn lip.
lieal, then, next iluv, tu alt In lh
lllark project lull l oulll Mild illllB n r
Thla prei-li.ua linrteet ( f In r toll
wua too dear 'ji relinituiali him bml
juat drtip-d In r ali kle into tho i ilue
f tha asolileii Wlieiit and ulin luuxt
On thn evening of the arrival of
piM-tur Htediluii'a letter two calleia
dropped in ' 'laymor and lloiby.
1 lie ulij"H t of all tnnvlng picture
talk waa allli the Arluulile i aae, a
cauw ci-li hie that riiiinopol!7."d the
liiudllnpa of the newipipi-i a fur
week, t-Bici liilly In I,,i Aiigde.
Wil'l'ii Iw-J lloeUle cAlnpa Hero forllie,
and tho OielnleN of the flee tllm took
new heart and determined to chain
and tame tho Ix-aat oiich for ail.
"Woo unto the world becauae It
milHt tieeili b that offi'iiM-a come, but
won unto lilrn by whom Ilia offenxn
Hlnro man had cuinbcred the
KToiind there hud been hll.'ii'ioiia
grmifia and diinhiriK loii'a of more
or le agayt-ty. They hail been pallod
fi-H'nul.'i, llacciiio ri-velK, nr OiNKUet
lll; ill l,.ii. In a, aceiii'illiig un a poi-t or
a pn ailu r ilcacrlhed them.
After the prohibition law la-cnma
law In the I'mted Ktati-H the enoinioim
amount of ll'iuor ailll coriNUiiied, the
rippalllnK tlilitl wave of crime, hnd
b"i-n miitu-r for Jnkeg or ai-nnona or
hot debft ea. the ttanm oivoiiiienta
proving (.piioHlio conleniloria for both
On ft certain day when tliero wi-ru
probably 1U.000 almllar puzzling
cotc-riPH, a certain moving picture
comedian of Faictafllan irth and
vaat pojiiilinlly criiertiiliied In hla ho
tel room nt Han Fraiicinco a number
of men and women; one of tho women
fell 111 and died a few day later and
nnorher woman told a :ory ao gar
bled nt tha a i art that thn nation
ehiiddered with the pain and the ugll-
nes of It, The etory waa aoon con-
trudlt-ted in almoHt every particular
by the prime witnPHa ', rxi-lf nnd by
all the o'lier ronftifcd ffnrt confuelng
witneanen lint the tld" of national
wruili could not bo recalled.
An ambition district attorney re-
Holvd tti.it t:ns coiiielinii uliould ht
trh d ofr murder in the flint decree.
Two Juri' and a Judge declined to
go no far wlih him, but the pulpit
and tho editorial column, tho legla
lativo halls and foruma and thi very
Htr'-et rorncrx, roared w.th a demand
for aom -liody'H deal ruction.
All th;a wa pitiful, haleful, lament
able tvci-ything bt-wilderltiK nnd de-
proiwlnt; but it wa aluo very com
mon In human hwiory. i no aame
avalanches had been started by a
whisper and had engulfed wholo
rac-u, rcllKlonK, political parties,
reigning' families, churches, lodges,
charities what not? Just as now tho
entire motion picture world was
"mothered In a welter of abuse and
W ith all the logic of a mob reveling
In a chance to realize 1' rnob lust,
It was assumed or pretended that
there was something specllically of
the movlnit pictures in tho affair at
Drunkards, bootlegger,, and re
spectable million who Brnupgled
linuor Into their homes without
scruple expressed horror at a motion
picture uclor for having liquor in hi
The cry for censorship arose with
renewed fury, and there was no stop
ping the superstition that all human
wickedness wa somehow duo to this
T3v a coincidence, while this one
md'lon t cure clown win drawing p'l
the lightning of tho sky upon all
the motion picture p'-opn-, thu
churches were contributing; to the
criminul courts an extraordinary
number of cases. A Protestant min
ister In Alabama was on trial for
beating a Catholic prieNt to death;
anchor tir'neh'r was t intr found
guilty of drowning his wife In a bike;
another of flogging his own child to
death for unutlsfitctury prayers; a
white-robed faith healer was indicted
for n'a'f.la'tgliter on account of a
pious laying on of hands so violent
I an f il 'rly i'" rit il'- i1 in n
agony of broken bones; the next most
spacious murder eu.-c of the nay was
harged against a man whoso father
was a minister and whose wife was
the daugiiter of a bishop.
Yet nobody dreamed of assailing
religion as an Incentive to murder; no
one warned thn young to avoid
churches or auggestud a censorship
a I idli iou or
1'iiii'i'lnp' idle tu imo a ;n i ur-old
ait for rvila that bad n.iuilh.d dur-
;n,r ne.i. j.f eci.itl-i Wiiki-'l-licm.
The pin. he whs In a Ivin hlng mn.xl
.un! woiil nut , il. ni.-, I. I
A hi.:i tut was bi ina; tarred ami '
feathered it ml toiiui'd in every cruel I
and f.inlaxiii! manner. Hankim !
WiHuln w money fiom cnmpiinn s Willi j
p ltlirea half lllilehed. All'lielicis fe !
iiwuy in ll.a pn-tura lionn-s every- i
where. The million plcioru Coliatii,
already wi-iikeui-d with tho maliiuirl
lion of bard times, etiu;ier'il uinler
a shower of stones from tha slings nt
Wlilln lliey hinted thna were dra
miille tin vat for the blight chil'lreti of
the movl iit plctuii'ji, 1 hy felt bko
gyiMies r i 1 1 1 1 , i.' enroling through a
summer lumlxi -aim arid suihleiily as
sailed by firmer with pitchforks nnd
Tho newcomer, Kemember Hteddon,
was lep'-i'liilly it .; tuiKt . Tlio dclccliiMe
moiiiilalii the had csaayed to climb
wits abruptly f'-nced off as a peak of
a cow ii .liy rli.iiim to throw ilnl on I!.
I bold in v Inad Ju-i a liitl'i hither
I than ever, and I nut shoiillng Just a
llii'i" hoi I. r than In fme, Hint 1 ut a
Hint is in.in."
I M'lil li.nlo'1 on Tom lloiby with
1 new Plea. r-'h hud jmver thought of
! him a a fiery patriot In bU art. Ill
ho' .il vie M-ily In'i oiiiiiig to him
nnd ''ii "I Into the Mucin the revering
nfTeelinn he had gained for Claymore,
the Irimiier Mini i leutlliiger of her
p.'iynnul tUIII. H-r art Wu bigger
I lui n hercf nnd fhe wns thrilled With
alinost reeri ne fur froTny.
Tu tin- siuiiflie of evityiino, the
I I ni.l' iii ih f-ml.-r i f th" l' "l'
was the 1'ii-t expectable of nil In
am ! giillery Mis. Htnliiuii, the min
ller demure, ebv soul kept
"My personal appreciation la u
minor iiiaritity among the tunny nii
liavu llollhtliaa recptvrd, but If It Iflnla
pvt-u the Kiniillcrt bit of rncuiii,ii,'i'
iiient to the fine woik you uta doing,
1 shall tm nl.nl."
This leiiii'iiii! la part ff a lelti-r re
i-eived by it inun who la trying tu do
his bit Inward licikuiK hum. may , o
life in a better light, to mid a littln
encouragement to those who are hav
ing u hard rtrtiKh-le, tu point out to
those) who are selfish, the true (pint
which should uituate them In their
her dally live
. i i lai.i.-h ihrv hive no r".
I-""1 -":... f.. tlie lan.i
are ir iH.,.i.i .. .. -
II 111 f.Wer WleatllS l'l im !''
era ,H n so ai'lf ('. Ml ei'e'l inat ui'f ""ei - . -'i-.iniii.t
see nh thing foMini'iiihiblu in .
i'oiiipIIiiii lit the
somethinii i nii. Wi'ilhy, tillli i
tmi ciiv.u to ilu u, and tt rlain nth-
nni. t fnr n Inter white, but ilfillv ah I Tha man who wrola tha foregoing,
Jio.'tor hieddiiii b.td cun .tnnily bo
souglit from his pulpit forglveni ss
fur his (lock's Wis fill sins of (iiiiikhioii
and ( oimnlnsoii. Ilu bad cried to
leaven lliat bis people were miser
able sinners liu ' aAiiitly backsliding;
Into every wickedness. Yet It was
somehow different when a motion
pleiure plover growled, as Claymore.
did now. "Well, w nrn rotten rot-
tcner than any ouisiiler knows and
we're only netting what was coming
(llnymoro whs always tho apologist.
What hi loved ho dlhU-usled, Ills
wife had left him on (hat account.
Iln hud felt compelled to correct lief
faults and lovingly chastise her. He
had been a director In the theuler
and had gone about flmmefuced on
account of the misbehavior o so
timnv of Hi' te-op'o. Mi rill'-vd I w
standards of the succcsse, th lick
of upiaecliiiioii for .-iMki-Hpiaro, mo
absem-o of a truo sense of art In all
Americans, tho mysterious genius for
art In all foreigners.
As soon as he had l'en decoyed Into
tho motion picture field the theater
bori n'.v. d t P'-hnnrrnr-ni from disunion.
It wa a noble a antiquity. And
now all h!s wailing Were against tiie
struck out Willi all the wrath of the
pa'l. nt a; d tf,e on i-iiIh-i -,ng. hue
was, Inile 'l, now n Ib.llywood mother.
Hhe wns the liirilher of all the movies
and she lushed forih in an abrupt
frenzy IlKo an enrageil kitten.
"Well, 1 think It's a crying shame
for i-vervboily to begin picking on
such lovnlv people who work so hard
and have such good hearts and do so
much In make th" world brighter.
And If you make II brighter you iiiak
It better. You children mustn't take
It so much to heart,
"This la n lynching country and
every oii'v In so ofieii they've got to
have a ilirn, no matter where they
lltid blm When I was a girl the
pi utile tint wanted In free the slave
were trc'ited worse than what movie
p -ople are. and when our church was
yoiini; the other churches used to
treat us tirribly. The tlilncs they
-,', I at m'I' our eric!.. r!r-.ne),frJ rmd
di'l to thi-m Jail and whipping post
and nie; -(.11011 grai-lotii! you d
tieeer I" I .'.' f
l,ool wriitr lliey nin ti Anmirai 1
f 1 'V "'" !(' urn 1 h'-ro
and the next a yellow dog. They gnv
h in a lion " tor a u.l', and wlu u he
put It in his wire's name, Just to
make- Bute, of t fur her. Iho people
ro'.e and treated him worse than they
troii'cd ('intend. And all h had done
wns to le rileo to his wife!"
From In r, of all people, came even
a word of comp-tsslori for the object
of thn nation' wrath.
(To ! Continued Tomorrow.)
has tlin right Idea in expressing words
of encouragement uud coiiuneiiiliilloii
to those who are trying tu do some
thing worthy, whether the man bu big
or little In world's utT.ilrs.
Home of us are too thoughtless 1
MlKI IB MfNT.
ACTRESS TELLS SECRE.
Trll How tu lliu ken t.rsy Hair Willi
i r a. , .1'
ntragi,L!i-i--t- ' , -a - a
1 1 iVm rnLl WW
L. 1 A W V' . JI II IV
Joicry Williams, the well known
American actress, recently made the
following ittatctM'iit about gray hair
and how to darken It, with a home
"Anyone can prepare a simple mix
lure at home t hut will gradually
darken gray, streaked or faded hair.
Riid make It soft and glossy. To a
hulf pint ( f water add I ounce of buy
rum, a small Isix of Ilarbo Compound,
I and one fourth ounce of glycerine,
J nese Itigredlenla can bu bought al
any drug store at very little cost. Ap
ply to the hair twice a week until tho
desired shade Is obtained. This will
make a gray haired person look 20
years younger. It does not color the
scalp, Is not sticky or greasy and
docs not rub off."
Prayer Each Day
Wherefore laving aalda all maltc and
all S'U'e, slid liypo'T a;e.. i.l"l i-iivtea, i ltd
all cvil.abi-iililnira. Aa newborn bab-, de.
aire the sne'-re milk of 'he word, that '
ruiiy grow ilieri-ny I I'.-o.-r Z : 1-2.
O l,on! our Cod, wo d -sire to thank
Tf.ee sincerely for Thy never falling
love an'1 mercy unto us. For all the
trash tho 'motion-picture trade turned j c-rcat temporal blessings, and espcc.l
out and its base commercialism com-
pared Willi the lof.y uccoiupl..l!ii .n
of the theater.
Me was a priest at nn altar, but he
always praised tho elder gods. Ho
now he crowled.
"Tho motion picture have been
riding for a fall. It's all due to a
sudden, it eh of money to tho head.
Cowboy were yanked off the ranch
and sent loco with ilie effort to spend
11,000 a week, lirairiless village girls
and artltJis' models were plunged into
enormous publicity and dazhd wi'h
fortunate for making a few face
( v ' " i.-i'.- ri ' a 1 1 .
"They acted like drunken grand
dukes before every Jeweler' window,
Tncy gave parties that v.'cro noihi.'ig
but riots. The vnfTipiro was de
veloped ai a special at tract Ion. The
press agents muKiiifled tho wicked
ness of ihelr client. Divorces were
considered good advertising.
"There are sots and dope fiends
among us, and Immorality enough to
sink a ship
Tom Holby wa of another diame
ter. What he loved ho adored, luught
for, would not critlcizo or permit to
"Hold on a minute, Claymore," he
broke in. "Is there any part of the
country where booze, parlies are un
known? The opo (lends aren't all In
Hollywood. Kvery ott'or town lias
about the same quota. East and west
and north and south, in Europe,
A.-ia, At'jca i.'H -in: Willi'-,
"1 tell you tho average morality Is
Just as high In Hollywood or Culver
City as anywhere else In the world.
We're a bunch of hard workers and
tno women work as hard as tho men.
They're respected and t;lven every
opportunity for w'-alih rind fume and
freedom. The public has' been fed on
a lot of cruzy s.oii'S. A low pio
ducers have kept up the idea.
"A lot of bad women are at large
In 'hi- mnv'ei, but most of 'cm were
had before they came In and they'd
hate been a lot worse if they bad
stayed at home. Tho moving picture
did more to keep girls and boys off
the streets than all the prayer meet
nr ever held. They drove tic sa
loon out of business more than any
other power. The scoui in ilie h.n
gest educational and moral force ever
discovered and It hasn't t:ot a fault
that Is all its own, 1 tell you it's
Dog Hill Paragrafs
By George BinRharr
Cbib Hancock find that a rtrsnger i
in a town Is much Ignoranter than he 1
RASH Oil BABY'S
ACE AND EARS
Cried Night and Day.
Awful. Cuttcura He
"When aiy tary lata
irtcathi ol J t la.U tuuW owl aa hat
U.a ana b el h . Il
awr aej .BhurvB IN till
t.-u'(VI tvt tfviMl.ia freak awi,
.ul4 u ta aa.auH w4 Hl
aki a4 ilif. Ha lata kwt4
" I lead ( aJrftiMsil ( Cwll.
aM t.p s4 U.airae4 ai n
M da Mrrakl ! h f4 Ml
M I Buik4 lol. ao-l v'H
aava ukea (i CutivUI - J M
w OiaiinaBi k kai4, ta
tara bbbiM " ( - W.f, A J.
Crfa, taaiBvA. tea.
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T aa ) lau ft .
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fv-f t laH
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aa !' t.aiti.taa k I
ia la ulf t.
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la--ia tie f.t IB. IB, Bll.'hltig 11
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f ..- ai Jik, t .t ! I tu. ., il
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A tt 'ir tii al -. rata ffc !
Kl.ltoil ka ha-I.U4 l -4
W-.I ann a !- it.i
Ailing Children Get
Well on Syrup Pepsin
A Bull e'en at biotiara hicft relief
tad laufbttf by SMnnaf
HOSPITAL nm! doctor's rec
ord prove that 75 per cent
of human ilium has its origin in
tlie intestinal lanul, crtiiiliciitn
with whut ii ciimmoiily calli-d
nluiiig whut that
tig 11 re mean,
contrive) ni' thwla
of liaiiilling their
atill lontrnl them
llirtl will prevent
llietm fut urn il .11-gi-ts.
. Tpa. It t hil.
iln-ii r-'tiil iril v i f
letiwrt movement, and L r. ially
abiiful is! yiKina; villa. In-u-t
on two l-icM..-.- (Uy until th
as if 11, when una U imiully
aullu mit. Iiiia plenty i f oriig-a
nt appl, . 1 Jen I y i,f Inti.-f
!-. xiw it iilira Un. intra.
tOH-a, and rts'iNiij tho tiuiklu
1 1 ' I,
ANT FAMILT MAT TRT IT FREE
Taxuuanift of partnti are ai'rie
thtutteitei, " II Aeee eun Jmd a Irui
uttthv siutiie (Aut miyontf in tht
jamilr tun ui uhen ntitmtiTs"
I urg jau fry .S'l-run uin.
aan.par tklkf, uftxutit as aiteeuale
lrt(. It rile rne t. aire tn inj it,
iihu It. If, II. r.aUht4ll JfJ
lleieine'fH. St., Manlialla, (uuiu.
f it new
If )"l lb Id I rrlUalMa, U k h-
iivaf . nr wind mi the al..mi h,
alad, aalieaa, tit Ilia, (( tlti.
rvumiia bnue un I ), .1 .
tn It rusleil, a..tHii-i,H I l y
un4. ..aid l i.alik I tm . lul l ta
slhHS IIIMll4lul, .it .tfitiiiB!
!' e,-, fi l'i tme bilf .i a
(.sjiil is! I'l t ilitl
Syruji I'rpiu'n, which ihililren
liever oliject to tultinif a thry
like the taalit. 1'y nn. ruing the
jruuiigiiti-r will lie) well a,;nin.
ijaeaiM) if (he niotriU are ktiitlnl
lip or tilers U irriiteiil aneeilig,
iloMit'f Syrup I'rpaiii will hrrak
up tha four i.t colli.
Mr. ';!, N. t'olsiKt . f r.rf
pur I. Mn , kce),a hrr family writ
in lln.t iv, ami Mr. Ida A.
I'mktit of C.urnll, I ., hi ha
li ii u-iu? rnp I", p.iii f..r a
llnfc-ll )i, In niw. hrr UlMtJ
ih.ldi.il on it. I'r. t.il.U.-lla
tUl iVjaalrl M -B-e(dbl riSHI
HII. l-f laXlfll Biin Bill
"-iii with at'iiT,w ai4iilia
ll.a f.aiiiciU, li-'Wf.ri, I. 1.11
firty e. a,ei l'tii.,iel )
tiki It aithj a-tidi. In ,1 ,i
tuai.aima I in if Vi mil
It W Mi t1- l .'B-eel a-l.u.rf I unit 1
luaiu ii iU w tl I. l'.,,v a
U tt!a t-l iv II will U.l ...i f 4
tmuiti t, and tt.ei.ai it al 1 aU.
illy for the gift of Jesus Christ ourl
Hnvlour, we bless and praise Thy Holy
Cleanse our hearts, we beseech
Thee, from nil unrighteousness, and
frtrgive wherein we Lave failed to do
Thy will. Crarit unto us the strength
we need to overcome temptation, and
to bo brave and cheerful amid the
trials and sorrows of life. May the
light of Thy truth shine Into our
heart, (llMpelliiig the darkness of fear
Help us, () Lord, to be more (toner
r us in our Judgment of other, May
Thy wondrous love fill and flood our
hearts, making us to be kind and sym
pathetic in our treatment of those
whoso lives we touch day by day.
We pray that Thy blessing may de-,
scr-nd upon the people of all lands.
May the day soon come when the good ,
new of salvation shall be made known
to all mankind. Through Jesus
Christ our Lord. Amen.
H'-v, Jna'ph Janca, M. A
Inscraull, Ont., Canada,
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. F.dwurds' Olive Tablets the
substitute for calomel are a mild but
sure laxative, and tlielr pffuct on the
liver Is almost Instantaneous. These
Ijttle olive colored tablets are the re
sult of Dr. Kdwards' determination
not to treat liver nnd bowel com.
plaint with calomel.
The pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel does, but have no
bud after effects'. They don't Injure
the teeth like strong HutiMs or calo
mel. They take hold of the trouble
and quickly correct It. Why cure the
liver at the expense of the teeth?
Calomel sometimes plays havoc with
the gum. 80 do strong liquids. It
Is best not to take calomel. Let Dr.
Kdwards' Olive Tablets take its place.
Headache, "dullness" and that
lazy feeling come from constipation
and a disordered liver. Take Dr. Kd
wards' Olive Tablet when you feel
"logy" and "heavy." They "clear"
clouded brain arid "perk up" the spir
its. l!ic and 30c.
The wrong way The right way
To clear your skin
If your akin In red, ronth, Motrhy
and rlouyrd with dint ami oil,
don't pun Ii it and irri it, Th.it
hare Ad i-1 the irritation and soinr
tiinei nnuci inltrtmn, nhouhl the
enaitive 1U11 become htutsed liy
the linger n.iili.
Th line of Krninnl Soap ami
Ointment i very iimj'le and
plean.ml way to ovr roanr thii ron
(liiioii. It (-in usually tip rr Ilea)
upon fur r. 111 1 j . and letni-n buy
results even in severe, itiiMairn
r nil thtrittnn. for lt.il trrarmeel e-roiiana
evtiv . kigi i,l Kri'iHil 1 hntmeel a. til r ei-M
S'uV N ')' '""1 U.e-f ileljiir.1 IIMI .M
Con. on li.a . 41 1 ..I ll.e lull -hv Kiimul S, a
i l.l.l t I'.l-v . kin.-wlir II Buouia W
itn,itii l..r il. aeilr l''l'
n II. th
Re.. no) producla
AIM I lillM III NT,
HOW TWO WOMBI
ham's Vegetable Compound
Happy Results in Both Cases
to your druggist
The simplest way to end a
corn is Blue-jay. A touch
stops the pain instantly. Then
the corn loosens and comes
out. Made in a colorless
clear liquid (one drop doc9
it!) and in thin plasters. The
action is the same. -
Pain Stops Instantly
eBBBBBBB BBQ U 4 B 192j-BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI
arc usually duo to straining
Nujolhcinic a lubricant
kei-ps the food waste soft
and therefore prevents
htrainins. Doctors prescribe
Nujol because it not only
soothes the suffering- of
piles hut relieves the irrita
tion, bring comfort anil
help to remove them.
N u I 0 1 Is
a medicine or
Try it today.
IJ B. I e-"
Ai tl-i AM-VitAlAiAllvt f
GENUINE HUDSON SEAL
Far Sal Cheap
2217 Farnam Street
Telephone!! Omaha, AT lantle 0345
South Side, MA rket 0060
fit. .Tn-seph, Mirsouri. "Jioth of
my sides swelled nnd hurt mo no
that I could not move or do any of
my work. There was heavy pres
sure and pains throup-h rny lower
organs and the doctor told me to try
Lydiii K.I'inkharn's Vcftetshle Com
pomvl for these troubles, lie Raid I
had this one chanco, und if the
Vegetable Compound did not help
me nothing but an operation would.
After takinf severul bottle I felt
it was helping me and now I am
able to do my own work. If my
testimonial will "help others I shall
be glad for them to read it and hope
your Vegetable Compound will do
them as much ftootl as it did rne."
Mrs. Wm. Lockman, C13N. 4th St,
St. Joseph, Mo.
White Plains, N. Y. "I had such
a pain that I could hardly walk and
the doctor said that I needed an op
eration. I was sick for a year be
fore I starteu taking vourmedicino
and I could not work. I saw your ad
vertisement in a little book and that
is howl came to take LydiaE, Pink
ham's medicines. I have been taking
the Vegetable Compound and Lydu
E. Pinkham's Blood Medicine, alst
I.yilin E. rinkhnm's Liver Tills nnd
used Lyuiri ii. Pinkham's Sanative
Wash and tho capsules and pre
, rrription recommended. 1 amdoirifr
ali tny vor k and have pained twenty
pounds. I urn taking the medicines
still, but i lot'l line. Vou have my
permission to uso this letterforthe
pood of others." firs. Mary
Matuc, 37 Ilumilton Ave., Wbit
Plains, N. Y.
Some female troublesmay through
ru'Rlect reach a stae when an oper
ation Is necessary. Put most of
the commoner ailments are not ths
surffieal ones; thny ara not caused
by serious displacements, tumors,
or growths, although the symp
toms may appear the same.
When disturbing ailments first
appear, take Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to relieve the
present distress and prevent more
serious troubles. Many letters have
been received from women who
have been restored to health by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compoui.d after operations have
been advised by attending physicians.
Lydia E. Pinkliam's Private Text-Hook upon "Ailments
Peculiar to Vonin" will bo sent you free upon request.
Write to tho I.ydia 12, Pinkliam Mcdlcino C f.ynu, Massa
chusetts. This book coutaius valuable information.
liVA ii Tomorrow i
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The Link That Connects
Job and the Jobless-'
The Omaha Bee "Want" Ad
Kvory day more men ami women an- fidUm- yonA.
pavinjr position tbrouvrh tlu H!p Wanto.l"
fotumns of Thn Omaha IW. They are th link
that foniu'ft you to tho Kin.l of pttntion yuj
hav1 l'njr wantoil.
Ren.! those "Want" Atl thoro'iuhlv. Mut't mi,
an Your whlu futurt' ny lT-tut n miv
cite of ' tin-'' rjH)rtunltie. cffertil If M"i
ilnti't fin.l Ihe Untl 'f a oition vo-i wbt !'l;!v'
try tunnuriMV an.l rvi rv ilay unt l u M '
n start. Trn hack anil tok N'UU'.
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