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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1922)
J1K OMAHA DEE: WEUNESOAV. NOVEMBER 8. lU'J
Kmials Only Sub.
I.4iii Sea Wai-p on Mark 5ra,
Doling Hangman's Noon
an It Plunders Mer
mulm. Dimple, Nov. 7 Willi lhi
l.iniimiin w.ullnic for Iiiim nt (Meaaa
Unit tlx Iran mnl lamiry Hi II lull ii.
etioyers Wi.tctilnK for him to enter Ihe
Poaiihnrua, Kenal's only submarine
U lmlini a lonely life playing turnte
! ttift nim k sea.
When the suvlel government nuvi
Din euliimirln In KpiiiiiI It wlnhml IIih
utpluln "nun luck" nn. I told hliu ho
would ne Idiiiki iI If lie ( linn- Imi k to
port without hnvlntf mink a Nrltlsh
h'p. Thn rirltleh naval IntplPKonra
liennl i.f tlila ami luuiwl orili-m thut
Ki uinl x uiuli'ini i liupe waa to lie mink
mi nuhl mnl no i iit-Ht UiiiM dnIii'iI im
Mmn aa It rrnaam! nn IriutKlniiry line
iliawri ni'i'TO-fi the llliu k am entrant's
lo l lie l!iiMilifiiuH.
TrH) I I .niil.
KIX riVntroyera were atn miuil In Hie
tiarrnw Kufplioriia eMail. Ax noon
the aulmmrliie wid sighted, two eif
I hem were to put to sin, get Ih IiIikI
Kim uml Bliul nff hia eariipi-. Thn olher
four were to aleiim ilown the channel,
dropping depth charges nl regular In
Warned Ky wIicI.-k of thn tin p luM
for him If ho ever t r)c! to get nt the
great litttllii fleet riding nt awhur In
I hp Hea, (if Mnnnnra, thn submarine
(QpUIn aiHycil well clear of t ho
Mralt. Five timea ln was alglded
liy thn Ilriliph. hut facto time fnr
niiugto out to hp safe from even tho
moat eliiatli! Interpretation of the
Jlrillnh destroyer orders.
Now hi; la cm lulu g off Trehlzotid,
slopping merchant ships and 1I0I11K n
rd agent Jnli on the piiNHrngcrs. Tho
Jllai!k a(a clilppiiiK lunce from Hnlnni
to C'onHluiitliiople n nil from Hi lnmlopol
to Treblzond lire In terror of Una
ocean liiKhwny, as thn great
north road used to fear IMck Turpln.
Ih'HH lllefl Capl.llll.
An Armenian merchant, who whs
robbed t R.OW) Turkish pounds when
the schooner he wan traveling on wnl
boarded h.v the submarine's crew off
tfinope, on thn aouthj count of the.
Wack Ken, Hald Ihe captain wna a
Monde, bearded mnn, who Hpnke to
Ilia (li-Ht nidlo in I'reiii h. uml whm mimt
polltd to the H' honer'M D.-iKHeimera. Ac
rordiiiK to the Armenian, the Miiliina
rme la a vry luiKe one; thn crew la
niiHHliin, wi'hih HiiHulan naval unl
forma and red fi zzea and looka well
Offlrially, the Uritiah any nothing,
but unofficially tho Imaginary line In.
Me of whlih the undernea lirlwand
may he "apurloH vpraenkt" haa heen
fonaideralily nxtended. Meantime tha
blond, heariied auhmarlne captain Is
getting hlniHi'lf n comfortable atake on
whic h to retire in caae he escape the
hangman and the lean, gray do-etroyers.
Salvation Army Drive
for Funds Opens Nov. 19
Industrial Hotel Officer i
Omaha I Friend of
"Down and Outer."
Asleep on Boiler.
.Uep on Holler. A man who gave
bis name aa Thomas Kogera, Thirty
third and Q street, waa found asleep
on top of one of the boiler In the
furnace room at Kellom school yes
terday morning., I'olice are holding
Adjutant tiraiiihani, Hie officer in
iliari(n nt the Salvation Army Indus
I trln I lintel, lilt limine alrert, the
I man who milvaiies waitn nmterlnl anil
! laliiir anil (hx-a the thing that moat of
n won't do, aticka lu the motto, "A
man may he down, but lie's never
nut," anil has done inure lor the un
furliinule man lliany any iKlier man
In Oinslia. Ilia liolel haa l.VI bcdi,
and they are i lean, annllary and well
kept. So mail need (n wlllnnit a ha Hi
or a lied If he applies In Adjutant
(iniiilliKin, rennrilleiH of whether or
not lie has the 211 renta usually
chained, lie la truly Hie friend nl the
man who is down.
HiiIviiHoii Army week, November 19
to will give Omiinaiis an oppor
tunlty to do their alinre of moat com
mendahla work. lJiiring the paat year
tho Halvatlon Army rescue home
auvvd 264 Nebraska glrll for useful
lives. There were til girls being cared
for In the Halvutlon Army reaeua home
on (Jrace street on Heptemher 30, The
Halvatlon Army had 1,873 converts
during the luat year, guve 17,712
Christmas dinners lust Christmas,
gave 227.130 potiiuls nf coal-
The Halvnllon Army Iteseiin home
had a deficit of $,22 II lust year.
During Hiilvatlou Army week, fima
hans will ho given an opportunity to
help for next year.
The Hnlvatliui Army found employ
ment fur l.ltii men and 420 women
last year, gave lodging to 6,211 per
sons and furiiialied to 20.II2K persons
'IS, 4,V) garments und 7,040 pulrs of
Radio to Be Used
Methodist Episcopal Church
to Use Modern Meant in
( liliago, Nov. 7 lUdio phones and
airplanes as aids In carrying on m a
lonnry work In virtually iniineaallile
parts of China will ha used by nils
slonarles of tha Methodist Kpiscopal
church, announces tha rommlltee on
I curiae rv a Hon and advance of thut
This Dsn decided upon at a meeting
of missionaries In Tzeehow, West
China. Plana were announced by the
Iiev. James Maxon Yard, new execu
tive secretary of tha Centenary In
China and relayed to the committee
In America by the ltev. 1'aul llutchln
son, editor of the Chinese Advocate,
The delegates at tha missionary
meeting could see the mountains of
Tibet. It Is several weeks' Journey
from Hlinnghal and there are no rail
roads In that region. The Txechow
territory lies In the heart of China's
The campaign for funds for tha Hal
vullnu Army In Omaha will begin No
vember 19 to continue until Novem
Lack of Penalty Saves
A lack of pcnul'y for violation of a
state statute saved lyi election
scandal over tho distribution of white
sample ballots by the laiiiglns coun
ty democratic central committee yes
terday. The legal point Involved re
sulted In a conference of Klectlon
CominlsMioncr W. I. Millugh, Jr.,
Arthur Mullen and County Attorney
Allliough Nt'ctioii J!47 of the re
vlaed statutes of 1U2I specifically
atutes no one but the county or
municipal clerk shall "print or cause
to be printed any ballot or ballots
upon while paper," the county at
torney was unable to find In the law
any p' tuilty cIuijho by which he could
tako the cuso lntv court,
The case was brought to the at
tention of tho county attorney by
the election commissioner when a
member of the hitter's inspectors ar
rested J. K. O'Brien at the Hcventh
precinct of the Ninth ward, where he,
was distributing; tha white -sample
Beatrice Baptist Pastor
to Run Industrial School
Jleatrlce, Neb., Nov. 7. (HpecJul.)
Rev. Oscar Autritt, who has been paa
tor of the Herman Haptlst church
here for five years, haa tendered
his resignation and will take charge
of the Industrial school, which he es
tablished here hint summer. The
church beard will meet soon to ap
point his successor.
wealthiest Plot lute, tiiethurii. with
Hecause of tha l-uk of lianeport
tlon ficllltlea and Inaccessibility of
soma sections, missionaries have teen
unable previously to reach many nf
thee localities, Mountainous sections
and river wssiea have hindered pro
greaa In many directions,
Tha missionaries, plunnlng work
for tha next 10 jeara, voted for four
sets i t wireless telephones with which
to link up the widely separated main
stations, snd four two passenger air
I lanes with which to r.uh hitherto
Inaccessible lections. ,
Hastings Cirl I Killed
When Train Hits Auto
lla.ilniM. Neb.. Nov, 7. (Hpeclal
Telegram. e Anna Hpurlock, 20, was
killed and Harry Mininger Injured In
ternally, when their car waa atruck
by a lturllngtou passenger train at
a crossing here. Tha driver, Oeorge
Walker, raid he did not sea the train
In time to avoid the collision,
Heeauae the French laws forbid tha
use of electrla or gasoline locomotives
where fire damp might cause explo
sions, compressed air locomotives are
In general use in tha coal mines of
Milady Dons Old
Fluffy, Kuffled Nightrohc. of
Linen and Lace Are
Pails. Nov. 7. Kluffy, ruffled
nlghtrohe of sheer linen and lace ara
being ousted from madma's lingerie
khsat, and tha old faahloned nightshirt
'...ti.tl. lib M'kul rramlmi liajit In meue
Is taking their place.
These "chemises da null" aie
made of the heaviest silk with a
plain tailored front, which pultona
straight down. Tha sleeves were long
and generally cuffed and held to
gether by links. Collars vary from
sailor shape to the new bateau shape.
Monograms of tiny figures or Ini
tials are embroidered on tha front tab
or pocket. They give a touch of color,
Kvery chic woman who starts off on
a Journey must tuck one of these new
nightshirts Into her case. They ara
exceedingly practical for country
wear even If not too beautifying
Workman Who Fell
Sues for $24,000
John l Hwift, ona of the workmen
who was l the top of a high Uoyer
Van Kurgan Lumber and Coal ("
pany bunkrr when two other work
men were plunged to their death hy
a breaking scaffold, brought suit fur
134.000 damages In district court yes
terday, Hwlft deelurea that when tha scaf
folding broke ha dung to a firm por
tion for 20 minute before help ranch
ed him. Hluie then he has been aleep
less, under n doctor's rare and Is
unable to woik as a carpenter In high
places, due to the shock . Ma tirougbt
the suit against the Itoyer-Van Kuran
company, the Vounslove Construction
company and tho Conveyors Corpora
tion of America,
Ties Want Ads Itring Itesiilts.
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636 Psiton Blo.U JA 1893
Verne HHgren, Manager
Telephone Lines Still Out
in ScoMnhluff Region
Hcotlsbluff, Ndj., Nov, 7. Despite
the efforts of repair gangs who huvo
heen working to restore wire com
niuiilintlo'is damaged by last week's
storms, fi-w of thn regular telephone
lines are working in this vicinity, In
this county, particularly, tho dumaga
to wires was widespread and returns
from tod iy's voting will bo slow.
yon may have a fine
ftagout of Deef. Yon
will eniov it more if
you add a liberal daah
l THC ORIGINAL WORCESTEMHIRg .
Some More Truths.
1170ULD you use a steam shryvel to move a pebble? Certainly not. Implements
" are built according to the work they have to do.
Would you use a grown-up's remedy for your baby's ills? Certainly not.
Remedies are prepared according to the work THEY have to do.
All this is preliminary to reminding you that Fletcher's Castoria was sought
out, found and is prepared solely as a remedy for Infants and Children. And let
this be a warning against Substitutes, Counterfeits and the Just-as-good stuff that
may be all right for you in all your strength, but dangerous for the little babe.
All the mother-love that lies within your heart cries out to you: Be true to
Baby. And being true to Baby you will keep in the house remedies specially
prepared for babies as you would a baby's food, hairbrush, toothbrush or sponge.
t-V.Vet rntctiM 15 Fluid Drachrrj
'sail m T-rr?ttirr'rr
Children Cry For
CMC TRUCKS ARE "SEVEN STEPS AHEAD'
More Days of
More improvements that make possible a greater
number of actual hours of hauling are found in
GMC Trucks than can be found in any other motor
GMC Removable Cylinder Walls have produced a
distinct advantage in engine operation by reducing
to a minimum wear on walls and pistons. This
superior feature also increases economy, and prac
tically eliminates piston slaps and other inefficien
cies of the older type of engine.
No other truck on the market has all of the improve
ments that make GMC Trucks seven steps ahead,
and steady unvarying performance that is common
in the operation of GMC Trucks.
Nebraska Buick Auto Company
LINCOLN OMAHA SIOUX CITY
H. E. Sidles, Pres. Lea Huff, Vice-Pres.; Chat. Stuart, Sac-Treat.
Chassis List at Factoryt
1-Ton, $1,298; 2-Ton, $2,375;
3i-Ton, $3,600; 8-Ton, $3,980.
Tas to be added.
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Are You Prepared?
A dtor in th boos U tht tims would U a gA Idsa. 7ft
yo can't afiori to keep a doctor la th family to kp baby vtU ar
prtrsot sicknea. But you caa du slmisrt the aama thing by aaviaf
at htad a tattle of Kkuher's Castoria, becauaa U U aoadcrfal
remedy fur ladiitntioa, Cvllc. lrrrlhnas, trttfulnesa sad all tha
other diordra that result tram cuou&oa aUscau that babies hart.
litre her Cantoris Is prfctly sais to aa. It Is a barmlema sob
rtitnwfor Castor Oil, Fatsforic, Drvfasad Suwthiog Srmpa, ChlUrsa
cry IdrFlstrhtr's Castoria, aad mothers tscoauBtad it becauaa) thsy
hits (ja4 it a coiufort to caUdtta and a Dothi's tiiead.
If yo ? yer c-abv, jv k9 aow sweat It ia ta ba a bis
to ktlp baby hra triMs cna, Ta caaaot always tall apoa a
d.t of. Hut d -!( kava aothug but rl MT f Flauhtt's
Caaiot U, bsxauaa thy kaow that U u a oaly da gwd - that It taat
d aay har- and they wewUa't vaat y ta m fi baby
remedy that yva woald Ut ywuaaj.
oniu ivw sua twtut tut ts tua ivtir aoini m httmrttunm
QCNUINC CASTORIA ALWAYS
Eeara the Sipitur of
A Ton and One-Half of Heat
in a Ton of VULCAN COKE
fiT requires one and one-half tons of high
, grade soft coal and eighteen hours in a
coking oven to make one ton of this
fuel all of the smoke, gas and tarry mat
ter is removed, leaving only the pure carbon
NOTHING is taken OUT that HAS ANY
VALUE AS A DOMESTIC FUEL
No smoke, soot or dust small size,
easy to handle HOLDS FIRE 12
HOURS COSTS LESS per month
Peoples? Coal Co.
COM. IJ 0U BUSlMSS y NOT OUR SIDlllNC MTigmimrm.
aaaBMSk. aa3 : . . i'.iik"
((II I li1aa"sj)sal s ill I ST 111 . pin i t
ill is i rare
And no wonder! Visitors were
coming out that afternoon and the
old, old problem had come up again
"What shall I serve for refresh
ments?" For the last party, she had worked
feverishly all morning and had
served an elaborate luncheon. She
didn't mind the work so much, al
though it did leave her nervous and
excited. But it was so expensive!
And somehow, the afternoon had
seemed stiff and formal so differ
ent from the party at Mrs. Bradley's.
"What is it that makes everyone
feel at home at the Bradleys'?" she
mused. Then suddenly an idea!
"Yes, yes; that must be it," she said
to herself. "I'll serve the. same sort
of a luncheon."
Never had there been' such a
happy party as Mrs. Fredericks
gave that afternoon. "I have learned
something " she told her husband
later. "The secret of successful
entertaining is to serve good Coffee
and plenty of it. Good Coffee, witbi
something simple like sandwiches
and cake, seems to suit most people
much better than an elaborate col
lation without Coffee. There is
something about Coffee that makes
everybody feel at home.''
-the universal drink
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