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TTIK llHlv OMAHA. THTKSDAY, DKCKMIiER 12. 1012.
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SILK HAT HARRY'S DIVORCE SUIT
The Judge Was All Mixed Up on His Dope Drawn for The Bee bv Tad
Copyright 19t2. Valletta; News Nss'n.
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Breaking the Shackles
By WINIFRED BLACK.
They are out tlie women of tlieharem' t A!l at onc: she caught sight of some
Have you seen the telegrams from thn , thing In tin- fuce of one who lookcil at
"ustern countries? "Turkish women of 1 her. That tino was n woman quietly
high rnnk nib taking advantage of un- 'litsfil. of middle age, Iter face lined mid
nettled conditions there to escape from of sacrifice. And on the woman's breast
lif) harems. They
re travelling, some
if them to Mar
seilles, some to
The Hague, and
fosne to Purls
Thev curry with
them little mono
hut many gorgeous
tewels. nnd they
ire drested in fine
tllk? and 'ace
"Little mone but
nnO dresseil in fine
silks and laces
t'nn't you see them,
t h e little-footed
nig-eycd, toanet lipped women of the woman there In tho cape?
harems, ablaze with Jewels, nrustle In 1
swung a little crosH of silver, and th
straue creature In the i'age looked ut
tl e tllver riiss and stietched out hr
hands for It And the middle-aged
woman, from sune lltt'.e town In Massa
chusetts, unfastened the little silver cross
and banded it up to the cage and the little
'human paroquet kissed It and bung t
Droui"' lit' r.eck where It would fall n
Ude iiiM to her hit. ind she haudud
the woman In the street below n bracelet
nnd smljled. nnd her eyes weie of n sud- i
dm fun of tears. )
nd after that we walked no furthe- I
In the slri'vt of sonow and of shame, foi !
.1 . f.v ..f .!, l., ...! i
imit- v.i L.i ut.iit-iii, laiuuuci imm.liu I
us nnd we nanted to go to the hotel nnd I
think It over.
AVbv did 8'ie want the silver orosx. the j
THff Fil?&T T(Mf; Pt MflN POJtf ON Pl
OFSKires HPDoe&HT CUT MUCH ICC
IT W6 A7 Tne wbowoo
HniSDINQ- OUT THE"
CHIN &OODS IH HtS OiVY
zocuLnp wflv- He wo up to
THE PC0OVLftHer BTUF
WHFN HC WH IN7BKVUPTi:C
BY THE ChiniKMflfi I WLt.
HflVtF TO iMTfffRUPT VOWR
lHTeiB3Tirio aPiecn a
MOMfNT I H")Wr BEEn fMHI
TO PUT THIS OUCdriON OTP
TO THE nUDIEtiCB IP f, MflN
WENT WCST NOOLD Mff
flW TftKE THE H AMD
CUFFS OFF J I WONT
"Ilk, penniless, hungry perhaps, moro than
it little frightened, friendless, homeless,
Htrnnarcin In a strange land but free at
Free fiom the silken chain that tied
them to tho latticed windows; free from
th Jingling fetters of gold and of silver;
free from tlin "sheltered" llf they were
supposed to love.
Fred mndev the blue sklee. free out, Jn
the clear winds, free from tha everlast-
115 bondage of a superstitious Idea, free
t last, the women of Turkey.
If this war lr worth nothing else It Is
uoith that, and what does not that mean
o the nation of the Turks?
What kind of ii son can a woman bear
." u man. no matter how noble, how
brave, how clever he is, If she he but a
Whiil frort of destiny is there for any
ountry whtre the mothers are watched
flay und night because they cannot be
Once I walked the narrow ways of an
Oriental cltv end saw there In the cages
jf Rllt little ruHtlliig, whistling painted
hlngs they called women.
One I remember was a flnnio of yellow
ind scarlet, and the embroidery of hr
robes was gorgeous to sec, and her
'ewels clinked as she stirred, Jade and
merald and ruby, and from her low
brow hung great strings of milk white
Her little fingers were dyed deep with
lenna, npd Imr narrow eyes were stained
' look dark and glowing. She worn
ni"ii I ci slender ankles bracelets if
ued gold curiously jewelled and In
th. midnight of her satin hair hung
.learning nars of diamonds and rubles.
Pl.f enme to the door of her little gilded
og''. b'ung like the cage of a canary un
bi wall f a long alley, and she cried to
ard s-ang a funny high-pitched sing--ng
ditty, and she dances! a little and
M:d!i-d wanly under the paint. A little
umrn paioriunt preening her gay feath
is the glare of the night lamps In the
.tuii'Qi' old rtreet of sctrow and shame.
she or such as she do with it? Did she
think it an amulet, or did she read In
the cye.s of the elderly woman it deep
Pity and love for al wljo are enslaved
nnd cannot escape whether their cagen
be of gold or of Iron? What did she
do with the cross when we hsd gone? I
How did she think, of us who stood thoro!'
nnd looked at her with such alien and '
for the most part unfriendly oyes? '
Who. shall say? but o It happened, tlio '
woman in the rare ana; the woman In'the!
street. One young, prettj, loaded with ,
gorgeous Jewels: the othr plain, middle-
aged, her kind eyes full of sorrow and
of the memory- of soriow. but free. fre
to walk the earth, free to eat. to sleep,
to Btarve. to die alone, but free.
Does she live now, the little strutting
paroquet? Is she faded and gray, and By JIAlUiARKT HUBBARD AVKK. I
mum one ut a uona siave ana gray, and '
obey such as she once was? Has she
UT'5 SEE I HOWMVW
INDIUM TRIBES ARC
THERE OM EARTH? THEWS
H rite CHIPPEW, (M.ACKFEETJ
havajq an 'THE cree 1
THOD. THE TR&IH tflME TO
n STOP 1HB eNOIHEBR
jumpco out ono ran up to
THE Fei.UOW AfAVWr" TW bed
SHIRT- WHPTti. THS M FITTER H
CRIED ? flPTer? Trif &IHK
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TIMES THE BHaiHEEFS CALMED,
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" HE vMn T TO KNOW,
wrtfN TH E TfiZeSE & L COVG1
DO THEV TRKS THEIR TPUNKSf-
JOHNl FEED 7H WTTyA'
AH l THVT'S THE TRIBE
Ithimk. ,ha.s'em auu
skjmkeo to a frazzle
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BON 35- WHV7HE LOSITPNIft
CrtME UP THff By ONE DrV
LnB' WEEK PND OOTTIffD
UP TO HE? PEER
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VIA THE. BOOB
v What put tup
Climbing Mount McKinley
By (JARItKTT I". HKRVIKS.
In Hearst's magnslne fyt liccember vou I nnvbody else. It Is onlr tiy contlnustin.
will read the story oi the final 'con- untiring effort that u nmn can perfect
I quest" of Mount McKlnhci the loftiest himself. If you find yourself becoming
mountain In North America and vou will lar.y. Indifferent, easily discouraged, dls-
Beauty is Womai's Greatest Aid, Declares Miss Sally Fisher
r,til the little cross of silver that shrt
begged from the woman who Mood In
the street below her that night or silver
nnd of velvet under tho oriental stars.'
wonder, 1 always wonder.
They are out now, the women of the
harem; they are running away from thelt
cages, away from the perfumed darkuest
of the zenanas, away from th splashing'
"Ilov can you expect me to give ad
vice on health nnd beauty when I um
(Irk In bed, ond lmve H wretched and per
te.:tly disfiguring cold? 1 consider that
Utterly heartless. ' groaned Miss Sallle
FiRhei. from the depths of her pillows
Bhe wasn't the Halllo Fisher I expected
to see. for she was really and truly III
The Kparkltng animation and ivacit
; which waa part of her fascinating pei-
i sonallty were subdued by
nf Mia fVil 1 .iu l I .. i
nway from the little gray ar.es thev kr . 'nedlclne bottles, but. noverthelc.HS. evn
for compajiy, away from tho strutting ! ,,B,n nl"1 "u'ferlng cannot daunt the In
birds they train for amusement, away tervlewer In .-earch of Infonnatlon.
from the lattices, away from thn dark j "' was a vp,' iain c.'HOY' K:tid Miss
and the secrecy and tho stench of the i ,'''llft1'- teuilnlscent look of pain.
slavery of tho harem. "Hut I have ultttos longed for bcauU
1ft that on)
to look the world honestly In the face 'woman ran have. Hnd It's absolutely
Rt last! I riuh-dub for u woman to say that she
Sell your Jewels, put away your soft I dooin't lung for It.
silks, lift up your beautiful eyes. No, "Beauty is- essential to huccess und
there is no shame In being a woman, we j happiness in every walk of life."
ure proud of our mothers here, proud of I "That depends, of course, on what
our own great destiny, loo. for may wej0u considered beauty." I interrupted,
not teach our childrmi how to bear free- -Well, of course, we can't all exneet to
Now may the air nf freedom blow light mora than anything elsu in tin
upon you, sisters, and may jou learn think that it Is the greatest glfl
dom nobly and as a gift of God?
Free-True at last oh, bond slaves of
ancient tradition, the sound of the break
ing of the locks that held you prisoners
shall echo around the world.
The Manicure Lady
At lait 1 have found nut something
bat Wilfred can do," said the Manicure
l.ail. "There was a long time that my
nother failed In everything he at
tempted. especlall when he tried t
i ite them ven-e things. Brother VI-
look like Mlllan Umsell ur Muxlnn ntliott. 1
who to me repre.cnt the two opposite
types it perfect beauty. But I think If
you struggle hard enough for It. some de- j
grces of prettiiieas can be achlevod by ,
the girl wh i detfimines on It. J
"Here is where I'm to give -oiiie ad-
vice." Mis Fisher went on. "Never let J
an ugly child rcallre Its own plalnnesp. j
Nowadays so much can bn don to make
people pretty, and it's such a heart-rend-
lug jciimtioii to know that fine Is plain
and told me that when the hunt was over j that every child should be spared It
his sister would be pioud of him for once ' "If child hu ny one reunite that '
In his life. And o I was. drome, the good she could be fined from utt' t home
way It turned out. llneur, and nowsdio when beauty is ,
"Wilfred nhoned me a place when' much a question of mlmi and will Ihe
there was an old log, and after he had ,,s alwavs a charve for th plain gir
(i.'il Is good at one thing, though, and I jseraped off the snow and put a old newsr . "nut. Mls Fl'her. how dlrl jou effect
"hw liliu prove tt yesterday. lie canpaper on the log for me to sit on. iiei'not transformatliii
I don't know if shooting rabbits Is one
f fhepi manly arts that I have read
ibout. but If It Is a manly art Wilfred
- sure full of manhood because we war
lo n on Long Island yesterday and thu
other took hi rhotpun along. Father
.Minted tho right to uw the gun part of
He explained to me that It would bt
foolish for him to follow the dog. He
aald that the dog would remember where
he wan sitting, end would chase any rab
bit he found right up to th place whet
"Sure enough, after we had at their.
e t'me on account of the fact that he about two hours, that beagle started to
.! bought It and paid for It, but WIN bark, way off In the dlst&uoe. We could j beautv of Sallle Fisher who brings the
In yiMirtelf ' 1 in
Miss Fisher beamed her ei hunl i,r
"I Just love compliments." she ald.
"even when I don't believe them."
nut 1 Insisted that the little girl who I
had made "Dearie" famous all over Hie
I see photographs that will thrill you with
tins excitement of
dangers and diffi
culties met and
overcome. It Is a
remarkable story of
ii wonderful feat
Hut wo ate all
without knowing It.
and many will ark
"What Ih the good
of this desperate,
what do(ii humanity
gain by It. after
i From a stilrtly ultllltavlaii point of
view It Is difficult to answer Hitch ques
tions. If you are one of those who think
that nothing I wotth while Unit cannot
be expressed In dollars and cents then
there Is no answer that will satisfy you.
Tho climbing of Mount McKlnlev was
simply tho achievement of an Ideal, and
nobody con appreclnto It whose own life
Is not led on tho uplands of Ideality, and
uhoio nature does not demand some
thing more than food, drink, clothes and
ordinary social amusements.
Hut to those who do set noble Ideals
before their minds, and who bellexe that
iillliirlanlsin, In Its Unusual sense, Is
1 1'i'Hth to man's higher nature, tho feat
i of Prof. Parker and Mr. llrowne will ap
1 peal with tho niysteilous form of u great
. poet a poem written not In words but in
Th.isn men did not go there ineicly to
iiiciNiiru the height of Mount McKlnluy.
H's height hud already been measured,
piuhably more aciirntely than they were
able to do It, by menus nf surveying In
struments, placed many miles awav In
the valleys and on lower peake. Whether
Its elevation Is W.IM) feet or M.V) feet Is
n matter of small moment computed with
the fact that men In spile of enormous
difficulties, have succeeded In reaching
it summit. The grit, the determination,
endurance and courage whlNi they ex
hibited form a vnluable object lesson In
the development of character. Kvery
i euder feels himself stronger, .bolder, more
apable as hr follows the nnrntlve of (heir
adventures. It Is a tonic for the soul. It
innkrrt all difficulties scepu less formid
able. The yooni; man who stuns out In life
without nny of the advantages of educa
tion, or wi'iilth, or soclul position, and
by sheer grit ovei comes overy obstacle,
, never loblng confidence In himself, never
i giving way to discouragement, never
whining, never thinking that he is the
victim of fatality, or bad luck, never
posed to think that fortune has turned
her hank on you, or If the world lores its
interest for yon. nnd you begin to let
j things slide iib they will, wake up. You
I need a mountain to climb. Don't envy tht
, rich nnd Idle they know nothing of the
jov and trenr.th that comes from the
nnquest of difficulties. Set nil Ideal be
fore you, and mount, over the crevasses,
the chasms, the biiow slopes, tho ridges,
the precipices, defying the clouds, thn
winds, the cold, and the fatigue, until
ou see the World at your feet.
There are mnnv great nnintalns still
to be aicended, both In thv phyflcal und
the moinl world. No man has ever yet
leached even the foot of Mount Evoicst.
the highest point of the globe. Hxploreri
have gated longingly nt Its gleumlug
summit from the tops of lower peikt
a bundled miles away. Some day they
will climb It.
So, no man has yot climbed the peak
of achievement which carries on lis npeic
the tnllsman that will unlock the secret
of Interatomic energy, the all-enveloping
power with which nature Is crommrtl.
nnd tho control of which wou)d make our
greatest engines teem but the, toys of
children,. Hut some day the foot of tnnn
will be pressed upon that suihnilt also
Hut don't think that because you hao
not genius, or great opportunity, there Is
no climbing for you to do. You can climb
a peak worth conquering every day of
your life If you will,
Jonah's Fish Stories
In view of the widespread reiort that
tho new Maptlnt voislon of the HoK
Bcilpturc modernizes tbr story at JonnW
by eliminating the "whale." un aiilmai
with a thruHt of Inadequate dimensions
for swallowing an adult human being,
nnd substitutes the less specific and more
possible "ureal fish" ah the carrier of
the prophet. It seems worth while to re
mark: 1. There Is no mention pf a whalu In
the King Jntnes version of the Boole of
Now the Lord hnd prepared a gre.t
fish to swallow tip Jonah. And Jonah
was In the belly of thn fish three days
and three nights. Then Jonah prayed
unto the Lord his Clod out uf the fuh n
belly. And the lxird npako unto
tho fish, and It vomited out Jouuli upon
the dry land.
There Is no mention of a whale In
the Old Testament narrative In the re
And the Lord prepaied a great fish to
swallow up Jonah, and Jonah was In tho
belly of the fUlt three days and thiee
... t ..... Tl , .,... . . . . , .V 1 I . f . ... I
pntaljzlng his energies. or wasting Ills ! Mn ,1(1 , of tle ,,,),. My.
time by envying the good fortuno of oth-1 Mnl tnc Lord puke unto the fish, and It
-r. Is climbing Mount McKlnlev. and he I vomited out Jonah upon the dry land.
will go to the top.
When Frederick, who afterward won
the title ff "the (Irenl." found himself,
like a Imil In the ring, surioiiiidcd and
tormented by Innumerable ductules, his
(inn) In flight, his capita I captured, his
palace looted, his friends falling nway,
very circumstance against hint, but his
coinage nnd resolution unbtoken. he was
'climbing Mount McKlnlev, and he got to
1 the top.
When Hubert Bruce, the Scotch heto,
1 lying on his bunk, a fuxltlve from his
klncdom- nloiio. ibserted and half slHi vcd
- i-nw u fpidc fir: Its broken line H ilosen
times to the nlllng, never giving up Its
elicits null) at lakt It made tlir web fart.
U. 'I hein Is ito mention of a whale in
the Doiiay version of tho Hook of Jonas
Now the Lord prrpuied u great flsli to
wallow up Joints; and Jonas was in tlm
Hellj of tho fish three days nnd threo
nights. And .Innim prayed to thn Ixud
his Clod out of the belly of the fish
And the Ixird spoke to the fish,
and It vomited out Jonas upon tho dry
4. The Mingle mention of a whale as the
proserver of Jonah occurs In the goiil
according to St. Mutthew, translated not
from the Hebrew, hut front tho Greek
For as Jonah was three daa and threo
nlghta In the whale's bell; . etc.
This is from th King James version
The revised eralon and the Douay ver
sion likewise mention the whale. Such
Is the oul busts, together vltlt sur'i
in- was watching the onquet of Mount j repetitions as the pictorial version In thn
.Mi Klnley. and he learned the lesson so I mow Kughind Primer, for the popular
well that he lilmtelf noun stood on tlu j idea of Jonah's advmituiv. In maklnc
pinnacle. Matthew correfpond "with tho account of
Kcry man li.is his Mount McKinley. If the Hook of Jonah tha Baptist revlteis
In- is good fir .iiiMliiug. Those who hav.
mine iiie of little ute to tbemvelves o-
country while she was sweet and a.ttrac- j
the, could not lay claim to the dashiilV i
r.a.c not done a very audacious thing -New
MUS SALU FIKIIUH
ml kept assuring the old gent that It hear hla bark coming nearer and nearer.
.v.. old be foolish for him to snoot at any- nnd finally Wilfred cocked his gun and
h ng on aecjunt of him being near- stood readv. like one of thsm mtnuti
gbteil men that fought under Napoleon at the
When we got down to the place where battle of Lexington, Ky.
ithrr and mother and Mayme and Wil- ! "Then I seen the rabbit. It wa a big.
red and me was going to visit for the white one, and It waa all that you could
lay. my brother digs up some kind of a I do to see It on account of the anow. but
tog that he culled a beagle. Did you ever jwhen It got a little ways from Wilfred.
a beagle, George
"Vou mean a eagle," corrected the
Hind Carber. ' Hagles ain't dogs. They
Nobody said they didn't," aald the
Manicure Lady, "but you are wrong. I
.1'dn'l mean u eagle I mean Juat what I
said, a beagle A beagle is a lopg. Ion
ullt dog that likes to run around In tl
It stood up and looked around, and mv
"Woinanhater'b club" to their knees every
bight ut the Astoi theatei.
"If my looks have Improved." said Ml
Fisher, -it'j because I lov beauty and
desire It so ardently. You can do a great
deal to study, you can Improve yourself
physically by exercise, diet and catc, but
I think back of It all u Is tbr mind, tint
beauty loving spirit, the desire to lm-
color had coirit Uuvk Into her uhreks. llui
bright eyes gleamed and despite tin
rnedlelne bottles, she was her health)
vigorous self again, giving out tb.it smrk
ling vitality whloh is called pummel mag
netism, and of which she has u quite In
And with a triumphant air lie marched
out of the house -Detroit Free Press.
prove In every way. to ntudy, to learn
bra.ve brother gave It the Hooievelt work and ac.;omplUh something. All this
before It had a cha.net In the world to Uhows In one'a faoe. because the facet Is
get away." !jqst the reflector of the soul, and as you
"I don't like to see a man shoot n grow to think, and to care for beautiful
little wild creature that Is defenselei," 'things, you naturally relleet your con-
nlH th 1 f a -J rl n.ll..r .In .il ,V..M.n L. "
,ja,V.. .'Hill 1 llUUh'lll I ,,,, , ...,.
"That's the Joke of It. Utorge. ' said If he determines not to sink Into the ..0,, X,u w"ll eh"
the Manicure Lady. "This wasn't a wild ilough of homeliness, or to let thti ' . Vfs, you bet' I will. I'll aquure tbU
rabbit at all. It was a tame Belgian ,puh her Into ,t. there Is always a rhur.ee um 'argument "
hare, and Wilfred 1 ad to pay the fuiniM that Hu will grow Into a prettj girl, hih! And what, m.i. I usk ar you going
for shootlnR It Its a good thing 'or if she ant be really piettv she can at I to do"
r.-utld have ''id m r sluggis", hrrrt Roosevelt that he left Africa before 'he Imst bear nHreitlng one Do lm going tr. uHf agamst giung
f lod n sre t at llttl" Oog tunning th'-n farmers fo'tnl out who was doing tbe As she had gained lntfiet tn her auh- ou Ha bai"t mat a whai I tit going
m'-Kts WTfri I akil T.e ti W'J T shooting aro nd there f t Mi-i Fl-' er s rat'iraT lr(H Bin to do
Miilnu of n t.'yiilt',
.Succesa Is merely a matter of profiting
by the fewest mistake
Roma people liavo no Jilghsr ambition i
than to he numbered among those pres- I
Many ft woman who Is made, up really I
looks us though she had been marked
aooi'-. hunting for rabbit It reminds
jjjT cu o one of them Duch dachhurds.
r' ry x has nor" a.nblsh Oee Ueoigc
"It's all right, my dear: go ahvad and
call me down."
"I will, and you dwterve It, too."
"That's right. Hub It Into ino now. Lola of men wno make the most nolsi
Have the Imt word If yu want to. Hat8 1 In th world belong to the exploded
the last hundred words. If you like, but , theory cmmi.
A girls ideal i.i iiatur.tlly shattered
wlinri he iw broke.
Smi' i"OpU- r. can nq to have eieri
thing In It
Don t gi t up
Mans a fi-l'nw who o
thing ise Imi r ;vt I
Nrw York Tim's
t l tl -u i nn t find
ruled ut iverj
i urrleil well
WOMEN TAKE NOTICE!
A isan cannot understanil the torture and iu3erini( many women tuturt
nnoomplainintly. If the injjority of men (tuTered a much pain and endured with
patience the weakening tickncsici that moil rromcn do, they would ak (or
immediate sympathy and look lor a quick cure.
Maoy women have been laved frpm life ol miiery and tutTeriniJ by turoini!
to the ritflit remedy Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription a remedy which i tafe
to take becauke containing no narcotics, alcohol or injurious ingredient. It ii an
alterative extrxet of rood, made with pure tfl)cerin, and first given to the public
by that famous specialist in the discaie ol women Dr. K. V. Pierce, of the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Intlituto oi Buffalo, N. V.
Mn. Lizzie M. IixscuEiMER.of Lincoln, Neb., 520 "C" St.,
stTi; "l fpiii) n testimonial with much pleasure o that some
nuffeTfnz woman may know the true worth nl your reuieclle.
I was a great sufferer from ferns! trouliles but after taking
iiw bottio of Dr. IMoreo' Kavorlto Prescription, which a
if: '. 1 advliwl mo to take, 1 fti'ind tnysalf very intioh lm
ii' id. A(tr t-nklnvt thre nn.ro bottlw, and using two
licne. of Dr. Prfie's L dlon 'J'aie's, I found myself on the
road to recovi ry. I was In poor health (or five years but
now S am cureu.
" liajro all women suffering (rum female weakness will
give Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription a fair trial.
Doctor Pierce's Pleatant Pellets regulate and invigorate
stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny grasuiles.
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