The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927, April 11, 1924, CITY EDITION, Page 7, Image 7

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    Young I-aw vers
Urged to Make
Patriotic Talk's
“llirir Duty," S»y« Frank
Unwell in Drprrniting
I,ark of Interest in
Present Operation.
Taking for till NbjMt, "Mv Fit
ruse." before th* luncheon Thursday
of th* Omaha- Bar as*o< lition. Frank
S. llow*|l itatiHl that the younger
(■arrletera of Omaha ara getting nut
uf (he habit uf making patriotic
apeecha*.
"In the past the public minil turned
to the legal profession for speakers
on holidays amt othrr occasions," sold
Mr. Howell. "These services Were
expected of us sn,1 they were cheer
fully given without coiniwoisntlon or
other reward than a sens* of having
performed a liigh duty."
Mr. Unwell mention! d attorneys
such as Ksterbrook, Gen* i d Cow in,
General Mandrrsou, T. .1. Mahoney.
John M. Thurston, Judge bee, Ks
lelle and Charles J. Greene, who fre
quently made speeches and then,
apeaklng of the younger members of
the ba'r, declared that a valuable
service heretofore performed by htSj
profession is being sadly neglected.
"It may be attributed to the ten
dency of commercialism In the ‘legal
profession," said Mr. Howell, "or a
letting down of professional ethics, or
the failure to see the importance of
the legal profession In civic matters,
or all combined.
"In times like those through which
we are passing there is no group of
. citizenry so capable of calm judgment
as the lawyer when applied to the
preservation of our Institutions. AVe
must champion sound fundamental
Ideas of government or they will be
neglected.
"The drift today Is towards the sea
and the aimless. As the science of
government is a part of our educa
tion, we can devote more time and
effort along civic lines than others."
Kearney District Methodists
in World Service Drive
Kearney, Neb., ^>ril 10.—Methodist
churches In the Kearney district are
planning to put on their drive for
completion of the centenary pledges
and for the new world service sub
acrlptlons. It la hoped to complete
th* campaign by Easter time or by
May 1, when all centenary subscrip
tion* the country over fall due.
The estimated constituency of the
Methodist church in the Kearney dis
trict la 35,000. The churches of the
district run at an annual expense for
local budgets of $115,000, and con
tributed the past year to benevolent
purposes, local and world wide, $67,
000. The rapidity of development In
thia region is indicated by the fact
that during the laat five years benev
olent money actually returned to the
churches of the Kearney district in
loans, donations and gifts for local de
velopment or maintenance amounted
to $71,649.
Two Persons Injured
When Auto Is Ditehed
Columbus. Neb., April 10.—Two per
sons were injured when an automo
bile driven by Mrs. Verna Lowell,
Vort Lodge, la., was ditched by the
Iriver in the Lincoln highway in an
effort to avoid a crash with a speed
ing tourist car coming from the op
posite direction. Mrs. Lowell's head
struck the eteering wheel. She suf
fered the loss of two teeth, and re
ceived brulsea on her face. Her hus
band, L. C. Lowell, a salesman, was
thrown against the windshield and
was cut and bruised by flying glass.
Columbus Has 1,200 Cases
of Measles Without Fatality
Columbus, Neb., April 10.—During
the epidemic of measles, which has
begun to slacken, more than 1,200
cases appeared in Columbus without
a single fatality, which physicians
declare is a record never before
equaled anywhere in the annals of
medicine.
Child Burned to Death.
Shenandoah, la.,i April 10.—Ruth
Cunningham, *, daughter of Mr"
Etta Cunningham of New Market
died three hours after she was severe
ly burned in a bonfire at the farm
home. Mother and children were
burning rubbish and when the moth
er went into the house for a moment
the child’s dress caught fire.
Men Who Are Making Omaha
Ihmirl K. .I«*nklim.
A great idea germinated In the mind!!
of a preacher in Omaha a few year*
ago. He was getting along well with
his congregation, for he had charge
and oversight of one of the best in
the city. What he visioned was a
strong educational institution, that
should meet what seemed to him to
be a need. Hettfnp; about to put into
existence his dream, he gave up his
church and devoted his life to build
ing a university. Success has attend
ed his effort, only partial so far as
his ultimate aim is concerned, but
magnificent as far as It has gone.
The Omaha university owes its
existence to Daniel Kdwards Jenkins,
its first and so far, only president.
He has literally built It, stone by
stone, and to his unremitting effort
and his unquenchable zeal and en
thusiasm, It owes its present pros
perity. In years to come, when it
has grown greater and more extended
in ,it* power and influence it will
be Indeed a worthy testimonial to
the energy and courage of a man who
had a vision.
Daniel Howards Jenkins Is a native
of Kngland, his birthplace being
Colchester, h!s birthday December
13, and iijs lilrthyear 186G. lie was
educated in Australia, w here he took
his master's degree at Melbourne
university. At Princeton in 1891, he
was again graduated. From Wash
ington and JwCferson college he got
his Ph. D., amt from the University
of Pittsburgh his D. D. It was a
well equipped man who came to
Omaha to be pastor of the North
Presbyterian church.
Dr. Jenkins is the only man^from
west of the Mississippi river who has
been railed upon to deliver the Slone
lectures. In addition to being presi
dent of the Omaha university, lie is
president and dean of the faculty
of the Omaha Presbyterfan Theological
seminary, lie has served as a mem
ber of the Omaha board of educa
tion and was’ a member of the com
mission appointed hy Governor More
head to investigate crime conditions
and propose remedies.
Corn Planting to Start
Around Callaway May 1
Callaway, Neb., April 10.—Farmers
in this part of the state are planning
to styrt planting corn the first of
May. Most of them are going to plant
1922 seed corn, as most of the 1923
corn was unlit for seed.
.. ..I
LILLIAN
GISH
‘The White Sister
Admission
75c to $2
Everywhere
New York, Chicago, Boston, Detroit, Bt.
Louis, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Washington
and a hundred other cities proclaimed the
production a masterpiece.
0
OMAHA
Will join the nation-wide praise and -con
sider "The White Bictcr" well worth the
admission prices charged everywhere.
. TONIGHT at 8:30
OPPORTUNITY NIGHT
Amateur talent, five local acts,
in addition to the musical
comedy success,
“SEPTEMBER MORN"
Seven days, starting
TOMORROW
Fifth triumphal week
BERT SMITH
Comedy Player*
offer the unusual musical play
of merry maidens and love-sick
men.
‘LET’S GET
MARRIED’
Featurinf
JOE MARION VI SHAFFER
BILLY VAN ALLEN
and cast of 28 start
On the screen,
“BUCK JONES”
in the virile western comedy
drama,
"NOT A DRUM
WAS HEARD”
By Ben Ames Williams
f N
o
/,w
Kenneth Harlan, Carmel
Meyers and Clara Bow
in Robt. W. Service novel,
POISONED
4UUUD£6
EXTRA ATTRACTION I
Central
Hick
Student Orchestra
Youthful Malady Makar*
MIDN1TE
BLUES
■ _
RIALTO
ORCHESTRA j
A Picture for Lovers rrona
Six to Sixty.
RICHARD
BARTHELMESS
—IN—
“TWENTY ONE"
Eilra Attraction
AI. FINCH’S SYMPHONIANS
CS! vvr » \r.VM - * C Si" fc
AT Till.
JHKATKR-S
N'« waiter t- what country a man
emigration ha at ill thlnka of hum
ittd boyhood day* Tha American j
My fiMii the weal nr e-ollt wry
roman eaet to make hit home nevei
fotgeia the ooeyioa and jevi of child
hood
Iji| winter l«a Kremer, th* Hue
alan Mtmrr of I alinda, Who cornea to
the Hcamtet* theater tonight for a
concert, waa giving a i-unreel In St,
lliol, She aong many Kiiaainn. folk
Ming* to the delight of the miked au
dience, At the clone of tha concert
•he waa beelege,| by many Roealana,
who had heard her a few year* ago
In their native land.
Thev told her that they had trav
eled many, many* mile* by aleigli to
hear her, and what a great joy It
waa to have heard their beloved
"align again, Rveryone waa glnd he
had made America hla home, hut It
waa certainly » l*-ll treat to hear In
America their "laltchka" aa all Hue
alana call let* Kremer.
Howard I.a ngford and Ina Fred
rick. In their cornedy entire, "Shop
ping,” headline the vaudeville hill at
tha World beginning tomorrow. The
act la a combination of clever dia
logue, aniart singing and anappy
dancing Gertrude Avery and Boys,
with cast of seven, present a unique
rod novel revue. MvtH Svlwl and
• .out, Hivmtia t<ff>i a lii*»«v hmtgvtl
of cntrteffy uml* . the title of '’A let|l‘
•|< horeen < Wfclall Other arte on
the supporting Mil include tin* Rt
more and blether, M and May YtH
deli, Warner and Wake and Arthur
Hava In a new organ novelty.
Amateur* wdl he aeen at the new
Kmtvreea thla evening aa a *pe. ivl
added feet urn following tha I'm! |»ei
formam * of the mu*h at rnnvedy,
"ttepteinlier Morn " Half a doe*II |o
cal art* will n nipele for .cash award*
The amateur frolic l>egtn» at * W.
Tomonvov err* n ■■omplete change on
*tage and screen with tl»n Hart Hmlth
t'onieilv Player* introducing the
bright and laughable musical plav,
"I-et ’• Oft Married.’* The rhow aervc*
to feature Joe Marlon Vl Hhaffer,
Hilly Van Alien and the entire caal
of ?S entertainers.
Ben Welch, veteran comedian of
burlesque and muaical comedy, la
now apiiearlng at the Orpheum the
ater. No one entering the room on*
ually and seeing Welch pitting there,
with the faithful Frank Murphy, hi*
stage partner, at til* *llioW. would
ever Imagine that he was blind. And
he would wonder, perhaps, *t th* spe
cial air of good cheer prevailing In
the room, a sort of perpetual holiday
spirit. The gist of the day's new*,
the thousand and one happenlnga of
l ack atage life are all reviewed for
Ih# benefit of th# man who moat a**
tha world through the eyea of hi*
“The Covered Wagon’s” Only Rival
Gentle as a kitten—then suddenly transformed into a roaring lion,
whose growl made brave men quiver and beautiful ladies grow
fond.
That’s the lovable, laughable hero in
ADAPTED FROM THE
FAMOUS PLAY “MAG
NOLIA” BY
BOOTH TARKINBTON
ERNEST TORRENCE
MARY ASTOR
NOAH BEERY
PHYLLIS HAVER
CULLEN LANDIS
A Paramount Picture
Produced by the master maker of
“The Covered Wagon”
Branded the biggest coward in the South, turned away
by his proud Southern sweetheart in humiliation and dis
grace—he came back the wildest eat-’em-alive fighting
man ever known!
That’s when you’ll laugh the loudest at this speedy, al
ways funny comedy romance.
A smashing comedy-drama of south
ern beauties, moonlight passion and
the code duello!
Make Sure
'"You See It! |
A STORY mb big and
' sweeping as the
Western country it deals
with. Screened amid
the rugged magnificence
of the West.
SUNDAY
’ — w I
NEIGHBORHOOD THEATERS
(,RAN|) .Hill ami Hmiiry
Iv W. GRIFFITH'S
"ONF FXCITING NIGHT"
HOULF VARD - ' *d ami laavrnwmlh
IlnlhrmiW Bilim In ‘Tilt RAP MAN"
Vaud.villa and I omndv
l.OTHROr .... ?4th and I nlhinfi
Wil l 1AM RUMKU
In BOA TON RI.ACMK"
STARTING
TOMORROW
At Ik.
The Myitery Melodrama
of the Underworld
“Phantom
Justice”
With
Rodney
La Rocque
Omaha'* very own leading man.
ESTELLE
TAYLOR
ADDED TREAT
“THE RIDIH* KID”
Third Round
“LEATHER PUSHERS”
With
BILLY SULLIVAN
and hit knockout punch.
al I What a Show
Vila for 25c and 30c
l^nah Timet Tonight
“The Hi{ht Hawk”
WHIN. IS Sill! or Ilf. I I*
nn
OMAHA HFf W AST AI*A
fltand*. THmw «h« iww In *1Ht|w
I htM ramaln la laugh, !•>» Ibi ra la an
poaothtllt? of I It a "Mu** • |« aio h an
aintnaphara.
Ham Kidman, aha a khi|iM With
Tom Kanna In Uta laadto* nunady
ml>i In "All Aboard, tbit wa*k ai
lk* Ogvaty lh»alar. ka* h»»lt long a
favortla romadlan In many Itna* of
•tag* rndaavnt. III* iimImi »u|«*
ha* haan In I'nluinhl* knrlaaqna, hill
hi* lalan** hav* rairl.d him inln lha
dramallr llald a* wall aa In Mardnm
Ilia i|ualnl pi<«artiira» in dlalrrl nun
ndy ara a* Individual aa thay ara li
raaiallhla.
1‘lrala »hlpa and Iraaaur* n#v*a ara
protnluad III Ktm Wllltaina' "lladlu
Hirin' allow at lha Oayalv thaatartha
waak Marling tomorrow matin** But
th* plrat** ar* only “lova plrataa" of
famlnlna paraliaalon and lliarafora
only dangarona to lha pa:ia* of mtift
• if lha ailsrapllhl* mala matnltar* nf
lh» audlanra Th# c*#t I* haadad bV
I tillv Oilbart, a favorlln. Htliar# an
1‘anlln# Hlanmarr, lln**l Alg#r
l-lmina Wllann John Qulgg, I.un and
Hart Mark*. Kidnay J. I’ng* and Hnh
Wllann. Thar* la alan a nifty rhoru*
of \ tiling Imarl »t*aling hurranaar*
who llama and slug lhair way Inin
tha good grata* nf all Who *** tham.
RI1AI. AND UNRI'.IJ.
IH»«I M _
R>llt*e*4 I «tlllM»<»l •* the
nwkt Hw
Ml\m famlea IK*
* (II nn rear Of JWIilMlM*, 1i»pl»M
nimhling runabout
■ Whi CM* i*t*y H«wi*"
hnihrlin Bulletin.
H,t,h Von ntroheim mix** a op*’)1
Minn) '‘dried
At fti *( he waa hind "C won led
when ho found mil II w«* In *0 reel*.
Thai wo* three month* njro pow
Ho he aiarted ri*ht awav rut tin* out
ill the M aluff Ull MM It «IP
Yeeterday It w«* re|iiu ted he fi ll
much eneonraged
II* hod It down to IIH reel*
.lint ruin Sully.
It I* reported around town that
Metro, ■ rlaln* young firm, will no!
permit any half talked punka to loaf
around the a"l when they atart apend
Ing a lot of dough making "Bread "
Not Mo dood
PhyllU Haver had quite a time of It
In tllla lira! opery with t'olleen Moore,
named "The Forfeit Flapper* or
something.
<>n“ day we went on the aet and It
mm* »II taiM up. and ***« <h* *',*» •
tr). tana and tana war* h“ W
«n,t. and (hey aatd IMiyltt# *aa t*Mn»r
a mud hath with I "tady pt*eant Mil
iirk tniton. Mi* <ir*rt"t, and Ibe
r^tnfriWAh
And MiAnett day they mad* her
•ear tut* farial mud 'tuff for ft**
hours straight, taking It off when it
dried out and putting on a now layer
And th* n**t d*y ah* had to •••'
home and hale eomehody pm If* *l'
pUogtlone on her far* every fly# true
urea. he* an*# tt wm all awelled out
of ehap* and puffy, And It *u *
w.ek tie for* th* swelling around her
eye* got hark to normalcy.
Ilrr« It la, t on rad.
Ponrad Nagel ha# a y*n to a** hla
name 111 the paper,
II* wants ut to print a atory *ay
lng that lie wear* pink shirt* wllh
Ida dreaa anil# tarnua* th* pink
phi.lotiapha white and doea n«l
< uat a tmd deflection on the thin.
However, Conrad any* he hue
been |«**lerr I to it *.'tlh by people
Making him why he waara pink
-hills with his drew* suits and he
wants to clip out the story and peal*
it on hla tack when he works.
We may lie dumb, but we strive lo
please.
A Child
Born Outside
of Man’s Law
Should He Be Given
a Chance in the World?
That’s the .
Question
Answered in
“A Woman’s Story”—
"A Woman’s Battle”—
"A Woman’s Picture”—
A Glad
Girl in the
Mad
0
Whirl of
the Giddy
Moulin B
Rouge
Betty
Compson
In Her Greatest Success
“WOMAN TO WOMAN”
Actually Filmed in the Gilded Palaces That
Have Made Paris a Place to Wink at.
Starting Tomorrow
Last Times—Tonight
Jackie Coogan
“Long Live the King”
| Vaudeville—Photoplays
c4 B i.
Today—Last Times
HANEY REVUE
SNYDER * BLUCH
and other groat vaudeville
Seven days, starting
TOMORROW
All new bill, beaded by the
musical com •dy •t«n, |
LANGFORD
FREDRICK
in Howard Langford’s
smart comedy satire,
"SHOPPING”
GERTRUDE
AVERY AND BOYS
Cast of savan ia a
"oval ravua.
4 OTHER ACTS
On tha scraan a vivid story
of rastlass husbands and dis
coataatad wivas.
TEMPTATION
With
BRYANT WASHBURN
EVA NOVAK
On..*.. . Ftta rntH
•F^Tr ^Tr Mat anil Nil. -|<>4aa
Tlir. IOTH CKNTimV IIMlirn
“ALL ABOARD!" £W
With tfcnaa CtMhidttB •( Fua
SAM SIDMAN ind TOM SENNA
i AimiAtvot Ctrl# Trmm AMtr T>aa . N Y
t *4ia*‘ tli Pargata Mat till Waati Daft
•at Mat 4 a*» MOmuwm 4 v444|*t
TONIGHT NT 8:15
ISA
KREMER
latarnatienal Balladiet
Ticket*. Me. It 00. |1 -M aad M OO
1-I
» i
Twice Today, Mat. 15-SOc; Nit# ISc-Sl
» Aairnca'a Beautiful Staff* a»4 4
Screen Star
CATHERINE CALVERT
i» ‘‘Tka La it Bwaml*
» U4a Black mmd Clair. (TDoaMll 1
(BEN WELCH
DAINTY JUNE
Jacki. and Bi lit.
, “AT THE COUNTBY CLUB* <
j Aaaap’a Fab'aa — Tap tea — Path. |
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