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IV THE SL'NDAY tilt.
JUST A GOOD WIFE, THAT'S ALL
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SOULS for SALE
By RUPERT HUGHES.
(I 'liilliMii'd iV'riini YtHtrrd..)
M;ii ri;ige W.m milJ,,-t ftl'iilt wlilrli
tlm Ix'Ht ifniH tolij the iiiomC
It you ure truly rrH.fcinlile you iieviT
tell tll tl'lllll llticillt IllUIT.IIK'' "''
HkIuii, mill yiu will never jicrmlt it
ti ho told tn your pi'i'Hi'iici'.
Mi'in ihi'imlnil Ilie liiuiiiit iili.'il
of mi Iniiorent lirlcle noliiK Mhylv Into
(lit- wuril "if a IniHliiiiiil hci will In
Mnu t ln:r revt'it'iitly into awful m:c
Sim fold thfit nho hail Kinin hiiw l"(Ht
thu rlKht t") lie a lir.cle, fur lliere wrio
mi HerrelH to ti'll her. Mow cmilil i'h
I'lidr a ki'IkhiI wln n nil"' w.ih alivmly
(KiHlKi'siriimle In ItH cIumhih?
Sim (liil, not Know Imtt nnv mi"'ll
l!:iminiw li.m alvvnyM tiecn. Htur lirl
ln't know lliiil miuiy kooiI. nor
.le luiil felt It it .solemn duly to l;i
slrui't little tioyn tind h'i-Ih In -ill tlm
inyMerti'H loin; liefore they enine to
nubility. Sbe w;m not y i. n nv of
Hie new moiiilliy iluit ileiiies he v.r
tue ur Miifety of iKnor.inee inel lo.'tlie
I lie iltuiielll liyporl'lMieH, til"' evil old
Kit m I llml a noinnil runtk wnntH to
nuirry u feimile idiot.
She whh pillfully i-onvlnecd Hint nlie
wus unworthy of Tom llolliy's ihiiih.
Mlii; knew that lie hud led lh" nveraK"
life. She d d not
iKnorant. of life, lint
been exp' "'led of brldewr nM.
II wiisi from u deep nxnd for hhn
I hut Hhe denied IiIh prayer anil went
Midly to her nolilai y room an to 11 rell
for a fallen woman. Oh, to have al
ways been noodl
There Hli" rebelled aftaiiiHt her
iloom. She urew defiant. The oriiuK"
ti-ee in the initio had both fruit and
knowledm- and yet of lunni-.'nee. S!'.'
I. new the lA" eoal.s ol desire, bill .ll.e
l;new .iNo the lie.irtli ye-u nijiji of tin
bl Hie. She had Ihe sli'inilasl eiie--iii-ns
of the w.fe to bend her neili to
She loved her art. She loved hei
publie. She felt at tinn-8 Immortal
jearninnH, Immortal UMStiranreH.
Tho doting r.uthor, .Mr. Ilobbs, wax
iil lyrieal i bout the future of tho
niovli's. lie iih as much of u mholar
us hl.i years pennltted, 'iml he ni"i kel
the contemptible contempt of the cl
in muphohi-s, the potupoiiH oldsters",
and the ridiculous precocity of the uf-
ft'i led yoiiiiKfleis who prated of art 1
and thought it meant .'i liftinit of j
i beiiisclvt'.j by their own bootHiraiH i
I'bove the In. ids of the common pen
I-'' . '
They make me sick, tin pups! he I
i ' i In slei t"ii aid it '.v In n be "aid '
I'l.l some ol lilt- talk or arl Jar ait
,,i:e made him want to shotlt 'No art
fin liod'-! .fake!'
"V la-n the skyscraper wa new. tin
kind or poseurs
I! t he illdM a ('-
.0.-, M I '
i us II,,;
Irani m t
A ,i.l A i
W -e ! I
a lb" d
art that vt wan, tlifl iill ln nil m t.
Wo are liku tint (Iteeks, likn tlm iiien
of t'haiiier'H lime, and Shukespeai e '
; tune, and Kiel.linB'd. We'ro preHldlnx
at the birtli of mi immortal art. Sum
I of us don't know it. 1 tut posterity
will I'liow It. We're iiiiioiik the lm
I mortals, Miss Bteddou. Isn't it tre
it s certainly very nice if ll
ti in 1' said M"iii, Win) certainly be
longed In tlin silent dn.-iia.
Inn as usual her fac whh liiKpli'ed
wi:h Hie emotion, though lir words
li'f heart wun(? toward the author
in u'. Ilohbes made lovn to her In Hie
l bin diSKiilse of scenii;''oK and -cheuici!
for iniiiiortnllnlng her genius and his
The partnership of fin nulhor ind
an lo liesM seeinerl Ideal, lint she was
i ul of llohbis' raiiKe mid under Tom
Ibiby's spell, she was easily rot
kii ci d that the Idea! ii' lnershlp ams
an i'clor and an iiotress. She had li 'i'ii
of a inlml that act.r'S' find director
n.aile th perfect combination, (.'lay
more had left bin nutoKnipli on her
soui. Then a rich man wintering In
l,os AiiKileg fell into her or hit aral
Iwuiii, to circle iilwiut tier In shcrten
rxpi"-t to t'. ml him i , ciMlpses. Ho wanted to pill "bit?
that had never , mcnev" back of her and nrminl?, the
It'-i,.! mber Steddon I'ri'dilctions. Inc.,
and make plcliiro excl.sively for .'nr.
i Mitt he talked so larce and win no
' law that he f-ljjhtei c-d off her lovn,
land the wealth of Wall Street, that
I l.ell of Inliiuily iind pirseeution of
! Hie loders, seemed to be nubbins; avvnv
i like the waste water In a leaky tiiK
! This love business was drivlnx Mem
fn nt If. In all tin1 pictures she had
jplaied, as In the trndltinns of h"r
ciilliiiod, love was n thing' that came
' an'" and never came acaln. flood wom
en kie w their true fate, -mated at once
'and never mverved In their devotion.
Yet here she was passionately in
iereded 111 several Kentli'iiien. tlndiiiB
I encl: of them fascinating Just so far,
and faultful then after. Instead of
I giving herself meekly to the bliss of
j matrimony she was debating its nd
I , isnhility. practicability and prolU.
I Slia must be at heart a. bad women;
lone of those adventurf sses.
i Kit her tlction wis cry untrue to
1 life oi life very untrue to fiction.
Then rum" The Pause. Hard times
di'i'clt the movies so hard hat In the
;-iiidl -i they became no times at all.
Tin' di':.ii m uni nt ,'i nvi r.'.ion m ! lr,
W irJiin'on to prepai J e naV'd hn'l-
l.iy ei d (,'i"iraiif'" enolter end to
w.ir-wi." 'bat Is lilii iv luiUug nil
v it i n led.
Most of 'he mot oi ill toil fact v;,
d ,atnicd entirely Mid tie rest if
i tliriii i iai'v. The I' iiiioinl St nt.os
kept one " nin piin .' at walk, an 1 t
I "i ind ,1' in's c ,i:i ny.
j she was ,.!i a len wi:ti terror as she
I cu fr i il"d tn-r pr "bb-iiis. The Mini
an. f iln-e n I ilt-ad p.Kf, The liar
,', a land i f l."S Angeles had reverted
!., I' , dt i I t.
;l i i' if lit tall, .lildelily li'iil i'
, bn id and li ttler lull.
! at en!.! he do now not to per
b , l b"' f nee, but to make a I-mii'
Sie Wtinlil le pi.i r lb in tier fitter.
Sue wnild liive M dlci'idlii U" te
i vi i 'la,, n I
i . I.. I.
what we've got on the shelves.
"Hut I believe ill you, I want peo
ple to know you. And when the
good times I'omw again you 11111111 le
ready for thmn, Ho Ml go on paying
you your salury and send you out 011
a tour of personal appearances.
"Your last picture looks luV 11
knock out. I'm going to pike down
Cllvo t'ieland'B name, and feature
yours alone. I want you to go east
to New York and liostoti, I'hilly,
Chi., all tho big cities, and let the pel
pie sen you whi'll they see '.he picture.
"We'll pay your traveling expenses,
give you a drawing-room thai means
wo have to buy two tickets, anyway,
so your mother can go along as our
gin st. We'll give you lag publi'dty
and a nlie time in every city, VV'liut
do you ray?"
"of course!" Mem cried. "And It's
ever so kind of you."
This dazed Heriiiond, who was not
used to gratitude. Ho gasped:
"That's nice! AH right. io home
and pack up."
She hastened home, and her heart
went cllckcty-rllrkcly with the biting
thrill of her first railroad voyage.
That had taken In r home from Hi"'
midwest to Hie southwest. Now
sho was to triumph back across tho
midwest and on and 011 to the nortli-e.-ist,
tho southeast, the two borders,
tho two coasts, and all the towns
Remember the clnenilte was going
forth like I'eter the Kremlte to sum
mon people to her banner of rescue,
of sympathy, of nrdor.
Hit mot her wa. sas Joyous lis she.
The crusade was a. ii'-w youth to her;
it brought belatedly all the treasures of
experience she had given up hoping
for, The best she hud ever expected
was fin oi'canioiial change of village,
to move as the evicted wife of a poor
preacher, from one piirsoiinco whose
dullness she had grown used to to a
10 w boredom. Now she would travel
like 11 ilowagir empress from capital
to capital as the Mother, the author
of u famous screen Ueen.
(In ii I itiiluiui'il loiimrrutv.)
Omaha C. of C. Men
Hack From Hearing
Traffic IJiircnu Manajror and
tentlon of the Omaha Chamber of
Commerce that the pnfii-nt rnteg arc
too high from Omaha to tho east end
from the cast to Omaha.
flat tln-v Unit wint. upon lh !."fl rdmit
renew llii-lr t-i ' i tain 1 li ; tm-y Mleill iiniiinl tJt
wllh wins", .11 i-.iKi'f; liny iluill run, una
iml It" wi-uiy; Mini Ihi-y shall walk, fiiwl
net fiiliu. -I,i. -In ; ill.
our dear Heavenly Kallier, Wo
thank Thee for the rest, rcfi'r.'dinicnt
and safety of anoth' i' night and for
the light of another day
the giver of every good and perfect
gift, and we give Thee nttr thanks for
health preserved and life continued,
and for manlier day wllh lis oppor
tunity of service. (live us stronger
faith and conlldence that we may go
day by day, relying only 011 Thy sus
taining strength anil guidance.
Preserve lis finiii teinpiailnn mid
, sin, and grant (hat something ot good
j may be nccoinplished by us during the
i hours of lluht, and Mint w may then
I llnd, an the day closes, that there
I h.'ive been some victories won find
some development In our spiritual ox
1 perlc nrc; and we do most humbly pray
Thee that we may ho spend all the
days and nights of our earthly lives
that when Thou dost call us hence,
wu may go Into Thy presence shining
and without shame, trusting only In
the merit fif Thy dear Son. our I.oul,
and this we pray for Jesus' sake.
WAbTKIt M.'Nt.-AV HPl 'It A N AS', HD,
New York City.
C. K. f.'hllde, manager of Hie traf
fic bureau, and J. 1). Larson, commis
sioner, of the Omaha Chamber of
Commerce, returned yesterday from
Thou art ' Washington where Mr. Childe testi
fied before Ilio Inlerstato Commerce
Mr. Childe presented Omaha's ob
jection to the continuance of the con
trol of the Cctitial Pacific; railroad
by the Southern Pacific.
Mr. Childo explained the Omaha
Chamber of Cnrnmeice has taken a
sliirul against mergers of railroads
which will lend to end Omaha's career
as a terminus and force running of
western lines to St. Louis or Chicago
to meet pastern lines as tho proposed
mergers seem to provide for.
Hearings on mergers of northern
lines will be h'ld Inter, Mr. Childe
indicated, at which communities may
enlor their protests.
Hearing on expvess rales was being
held while Mi. Childe was In Wash
ington and ho Intervened with a con-
ElPISIi service to
quirk tint ami Cn'lun Ptifi
hmpitality Irmil Viiiumvri, ihilil
Coluiiibi4 I'lpun 10 iljy Clniu
14 day- M.mi'.i H iUv.
Further Inlotnuium Imm kvl nrim
tinp agcuia ul
K. fl KLWORTHY,
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MATINEE TODAY, 2:15.
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Will II I'r.t.nl.d.
Tbi Will ll lh. lUt l un F.vtnt of
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Mala., I lie to SUc,
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Six Sup.rlor Act, Ilrodtd by tho
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HARDY BROS. DAVE MAN LEY
"Ihay Talk With "Mayor of lh
Their Halt U. S. A.
CHIC and TINA HARVEY
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And An All-Star Caat In
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This is the box. We have opened it up so that you can
identify it. There are fifty handsome Mozarts in this box-
and each individual Mozart is a promise of good times
coming to you if you like an uncommonly mild cigar, of
Havana fragrance beautifully made.
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Ju?t recently nn advertiser sold all of his doers through
the 'Tot Stock" column of The Omaha lice. The same
"Want" Ad appeared in one of the other newspapers
also but didn't secure a single call.
If YOU have poultry, canaries, dors, etc., which you
want to sell, advertise them where buyers look- tho
Tet Stock" column in the "Want" Ad section of
The Omaha llee.
llememher, Om:hu IVo "Want" Ads are pu.iranteetl
to brin it as yood or b. ttcr results than you will secure
through Jinv "ther Omaha newspaper and at lesser cost
or im!U'y icfumbil.
THE EVi'NIKG DEU
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