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THE SUNDAY BEE: OMAHA. DECEMBER 3. 1922.
City in -World.
Yank Woman Bettor Groomed
Than English Sister, How.
ever, Ohio Tourist
f-owlori, Pec. 2, "I think that
T.ondoner are more polite than the
teoil of sny other town or country
In the, world." In then uords Mrs.
Herbert Hoover of North I union, .,
v. ho him Judt completed a J.OOOmile
automobile tour of Kurope with her
IiurIuiihI, hiiiiiiiipiI up her .lill' f Ion
if IiimImii mid Londoners.
"Tli luxl driver and the waiter I
Hunk h-re are the personification of
'ollifin'i(--uiid so very smart," she
"ilia. "I Hunk Unit it li u shame that
I'.irlB should Spoil UN Itouutlful StlCetS
with IIiokp shabby, broken rlown cabs
t r-A their lrl voi-h. u-h'i look uh If they!
had Mcpped out nf n oiil mine,
"I tlihik tlmt tlm KngliNli men are
.tu.nt vonil.'i ful," hl;a continued, y j
"Tim uvi'Mtro Ainurlcuii womuri is
Mtler gi'ooiixjd tlniii the average ling
1 nil woman, t thin!.: Init I do not
think It I no Willi l ho nun, it ap
pears to m that the EnglUhman does
not allow hit business to Interfere
with everjthtnf else, m the American
''I think, though, that the overact
Dngluh woman munt be very food
natured. Kur lueiance, the other
night (it the theater a man puffed
cigar smoke and struck matches In
our iices all evening. It he lit hJa
ciar once he lit It 100 timea. Matches,
flgar and clgaret n1i were every
where. "In America. a you know, the club
women would etiut a movement
against such a thing and can? tbelr
'Perhaps the men behave so be
cause they are used to their women
smoking In public. Although women
smoke it great deal in America I
have never seen one light a clgaret
and walk into a public dining room
like tiny do here.
"On the whole," she concluded, "I
think tlmt London is 'the' city of
Kurope, botji hi regards politeness
How to Keep Well
y DR. W, A. EVANS
Quettlent eoacoralaf kjrfieaa, eaaitatlea sad prevention of 4ih.ii, submitted
te Dr. Oaae b readers ill Tke Bee, will be aaewerad) weeaally, subject to
oreper limitation, where a stamped addressed) envelope Is enclosed. Dr,
Evans will Ml tasks a diae.ie Bar Breeches ler individual diiesio.
Addreie letter la care el Ike Bee.
Aow lie Can't Make Faces.
t'eiliir Rapid, In., ee. 2. f'hurg
ills' t hut lir. II. X. Cirimiu made faces
at hir on tha street, Muulil Wymer
obtained an injunction against the
doctor in superior court.
The injuncllon restrains 1dm from
making faces. Mowing his automobile
liorn and making other u,nnerestiory
noises when he pusses Miss Wymer.
lies Want Ado produce result".
V ELECTRIC II
SKIN CANCEBS MILD.
Now that people have been stirred
Up about cancer, let's quiet them
down a bit,
People perish by the thousands each
year because they disregard warnings
which should causa them to suspect
Yancer. I mean such warning as
the blooding from the pelvlo organs
tfter, the change of life.
Supposed piles, which grow unduly,
bleed unduly, or cause much pain,
persistent vomiting and loss of
weight, suspicious breast tumors
thesfl urn warning which a proper
regard for safety by persons of can
cer cull for an examination to
quiet suspicion or to (Uncover a condi
tion which Is still curuble.
I slept one night last week In a
hotel In a small town. The rooming
purt of the hotel wan a lurae space
rut up Into rooms and a hall by par
titions composed) of studding and
pit per. When a porter came Into tha
hcc-tlon and awakened a man at 6:30
every person In the section turned on
the light and presently all of them
were up. 4
When a cancer week stirs up the
sleepers who should be stirred, it
wakes up some who had planned to
sleep on and who were safe tn so
Among those who are unnecessarily
alarmed are some with skin blemishes.
There is almost no Justification for
any fatalities from si in cancer. It Is
so easily observed that early diagno
sis for the alort la reasonably certain,
and there are several satisfactory
ruiea. On top of these two factors
there is the natural mildness and free
dom from high degree of malignancy
of skin cancer,
Dr. W. J. lllghmnn think there
are but few skin conditions which re
sult in cancer, lie even goes so far
as to sny that the skin of the weather
beaten sailor, or the wind tanned
fitimer or pluJnsmau sometimes
culled sailor's 'skin Is not especially
prone to develop cancer, lie says
that birthmarks rarely become eun
ceiou. The same is H ue of Uirmuld
cysts and subuceous c)i generally.
The only Infectious of th sMn from
which cancer is prone to liivelop uie
lupus, a tuberculosis of dig U, und
lyplillis; and not out In tlim la
tin re any coiixttlti uble tl uii r.
About the only skin Uciie condi
tion und irritations from whkli can
cer i especially linbl to develop are
the following: rienlle p!;in, dry h.ilry
skin of the old, the hairy growths,
poisoning with arsenic und with clilm
i ey soot, chronic X-ray burns, chronic
long continued Irrit.-itlons, syphllla of
the tongue, leucophiklu principally In
the mouth, and xeroderma pigmen
tosa. There Is no special danger of can
cer developing In a psoriasis pnlch or
on a basis of eczema.
Sleep Between Mieeti.
J. T. B. writes: "Give us some cor
rect advice how blankets should be
used on the bed. Cold weather is com-
jug. Kliould person sleep between
blankets or sheets? Give the benefits
of sleeping between sheets."
Sleep between sheets. They are easi
ly washed. That Is the main advan
tage, It is all right to place a blanket next
If an airproof cover Is used, such
ai oilcloth or pp. per, place it toward
the outside- If how ere It constitutes
the top layer. It feels cold If touched
by the skin. It conducts lieu I well.
Tluit n bed should be warm enough in
told weather, it is necessary that the
ma tiros be heavy, or that It be cov
ered by several layers of "cover" be
tween it and the under sheet.
Ugtils and the Eye.
I. K. C. writes: ' I the light from a
kerosene lamp, well shaded, o trying
en the eyes as electric Usht'."'
The only nuestlon la Illumination.
I'.oth give a steady light. The question
U, which gives enough units of light
and not too many of the face of the
work, ou are wutching. Whichever
does the best la best for you. lather
could do It or full to do It, according
to the lighting.
C. It. M. writes: "I am a baker and
have been bothered with breaking out
on my face and urine for saverul
months, and It doesn't seem to heal
up. 1 have tried quite a few remedies,
but nothing, seems to help. I have
been told tlmt I have blood poison
from th Hour."
It I quite possible Unit yuu have a
Vanh the skin well before going to
work and after you (iuit.
Grease your skin well before start
lug to work. Maybe lurd will do.
Maybe lunolln would bo bettor,
Nrth I'epping I p.
A leader writes: "rieai'O Bdiie
what low blood pressure is caused by
and what the symptoms are. Alto
It Is caused by a lack of pep, energy
and enthusiasm. Maoy people ran
train themselves Into enthusiasm aod
pep by participating ui competitions.
Contracting K ph ill.
A Header writes; "Can sypbllle be
contracted by using the same tub or
commode used by an Infected person?
I think a person In our bouse ha It,
and I am afraid for the others in the
house, mtlf included,"
Yen. It Is possible, but the danger Is
1 Remove the lausr.
r, rt. writes: "Kindly let me know
the cauK of almtmt constant heart
burn and a good remedy for some,"
This is a symptom for which there
is a multitude of cuukcs. The niOht
freiuent is const ipitlion. Atnumt the
other causes are cancer, ulcer, in
fected gall bladder, cull stones, ap
pendicitis, worry, overeating. The
cure consists In removing the cuum.
lien Set Speed Kceoitl.
Okmulgee, Okl.. Dec '.'. A hen
which Intd three t ggn in (he minutes
has attracted tlio utiention of poul
try fanciers mni brought not feW
Inquiries to lis owner, Mrs. N. Y.
lkihuntion. Mis. lioliunnon suld two
of them were Joined together. The
other was of(norinul nif.
But w all, with "rn f- tietinldmi
In a (! th slury tr in lot 4,
hsii(il Into lh ixni lints from iim'
to sirr. avtn ss hy lh hplrU of tlit
bsrd 11 Cor, ;it
Loving T.orJ, tencw in us the linage
of our Creator,
We have marred, we have losi,
through ain, the huhne which
makes men like to Thee. Transform
us, conform u in the Image of Tbv
dear Hon Ulnuflf the express Image
of tho Father's Peroon Who came
and died and ruse again that we
might he fashioned anew in th like
ness of God. Give us the vision of
Thee In Thy blessed Word. o that
reflecting as In a mirror the glory r-f
the I,ord, we may be rhand Into
the same Image from glory to glory.
Let the light of flu 1st s lov shin
In our ftirea n we xo among our
hrotlier Day by day. Malm us so til.
Him In all our ways that In us they
shsll nee Him and be drawn to Htm.
Hnuhle us to suy tn trulh, "To mo to
live is I'hrM."
Deepen within us the yearning to
see Hi unveiled fnc In the day when
we shall be satisfied wheii-we awaits
In His likeness. Who liveth and rtgn
eih with th Father and th Holy
Ghost, one God, world without end.
nr,' I' ARM AND V1I.I.EP.,
' The Swifs government has decided
to establish a grain bureau for the
importation of cereals from the Unit
ed fitates and elsewhere.
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Waves of Radio
Experiments Show That Radio
, . May Be Used in Mine
The well-known signals KDKA, eaBt
Pittsburgh, have been beard in many
places throughout the country, but
it Lb doubtful if it was heard 100 feet
below ground and at a, distance of
18 miles from the station," until 'the
bureau of mines experts beard it re
cently in a test made in a mine at
Reporting to the bureau of mines,
C. t.- Coldburn, C. M. Burton and It.
B. Freeman, jr., say that. In response
to many requests for a device per
mitting the una of radio In mines In
the interest of safety, especially fob
lowing disasters, which frequently
break mine telephone systems, they
recently undertook an unusual experi
ment, in co-operation with three engi
neers of tho Westinghouse Electric
In their official conclusions they
"The present preliminary experi
ments, while unsuccessful In Indicat
ing any practical method of using
the wireless waves for underground
communications, nevertheless Indi
cate clearly that electromagnetic
waves may be made to travel through
solid strata. The "absorption," or
loss, of intensity with distance is very
preat for the short wave lengths tised
in theso experiments. Longer wave
lengths are known to suffer less ab
sorption and may possibly be found
practically effective under certain con
ditions." It was found that with a receiving
Instrument set at a point 100 feet
underground, signals from KDKA
could be heard distinctly. About 5ft
feet from the receiving station used
In this test was a six-inch bore hole
from the surface, lined with Iron pipe
and containing electric liKht wires
which extended therefrom throughout
the mine. The presence of thmo
wires evidently assisted greatly In the
reception, they report, foe, when the
receiving set was curried to another
point removed from wires and tracks,
the signals were barely audible
through SO feet of cover.
In sending waves underground, the
Westinghouse 10 watt vacuum tube)
transmitter wus used in such a man
ner as to send out continuous waves
from 200 to 300 meters length; but
they say that additional experiment
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that although signals could be heard
diHtlnctly through 50 feet of coal
strata, the audibility fell off rapidly
as this distance Increased.
In all experiments, the vertical an
tennae was found to give the better
results, the horizontal antennae giv
ing practically no reception, A loop
of a single turn was used, however,
with fair results. Radio World.
City May Get Big
The telephone company has plans
for, a big commercial broadcasting
station under consideration.
"If we should decide to do it, we
would put in the best," said A. J.
McAdams Saturday. "We would in
atall a station like that, of Atlanta,
Ga., which can be heard all over the
country. It would be a tremendous
advertising agency for Omaha, but we
would not be Justified In Installing
such a plant unless their . Is a real
demand for It among business- men
here, and unless many of their tran
sactions should be carried on by
Mr. McAdams Is taking the matter
up with some of the prominent busi
ness men and the Chamber of Commerce.
Minister Preaches on Radio.
The Rev. C. W. Savidge will take
for the subject of his sermon this
morning, "Is Radio the Angel, Spoken
of in the Book of Revelations, Who
Preaches the Gospel Through the
Mr. Savidge considers radio "The
Greatest Pulpit in the World." He
preached last Sunday evening to radio
audiences and received many tele
phone culls afterward from his hear
ers congratulating him on his ser
mon. I la is considering Installing a
sending apparatus In his home, and
preaching over it certain evenings
In Mr. Savidge'a estimation the
growing popularity of radio sermons
n ill not hurt churches or church at
tendance. "If people's hearts are
really reached by religion over the
radio it won't keep them at home, it
will send them to th churches," be
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