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1IIL Uhl OMAHA, MIDA .1 51. I'U.V
Yes Indeed, The Turks Are Some Fierce People
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
NiN COMING TO "runev. THG
"TURKA AR6 S FieRAG BLOODTHIRSTY
R.NND THEN MA,5AtftP CHRISTIAN,.
...'r Ve eACev Aiuek vrtt'dft CONPl
',- if (stajr. sees us vj ap.s
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m " i ,-,.
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P VJHf BID VJF. GVCr-
Hs COtt TO TUR.K.6N .
IW SO VOUNt. TO
BUT HA6 GITIvn. F TOUl
NrMU';, 10 UNTIOV. OM f
ELLA WHEELER WILCOX SAYS:
Temperament is No Excuse for Ex
cess; Character Better Than Genius
Superstition a Matter of Thought,
Says Leonora Harris
The Heavens in February.
Jty KLLA WHKMjKII WILCOA.
Oojprlfcht, 1913, by tlio Star Company
1 holdit the duty of one who Is gifted,
And Vpeclully dowered u. ni. iin-.t r
To know no lest till his life Is lifted
Fully up to his great gift h hoight.
He mutt mould the man Into tarn com
pleteness. For gents arc yet only In cold re
fined. lie uHist fashion hl thoughts Into per
done these things, who were merely moral
weaklings and human derelicts, and thev
have hfon hauled into otvirt the next
morning to pay a fine for disorderly
lliilf-wllted atidjmlf-domcnted men and
women there rirc by the Uioiih.uidH who do
the mm sorr of thing which our tem
peramental gerlufs 'wish to have tc
fc'irded a evidences of special talent.
There Is a much Inrg'cr commulty of
low. Ignorant and vicious beings with
And :cnat out folly and pride from hi whom the "temperamental genius" pultt
drinks from eod's sold
! lilnibblf on u level when he makes hi? own
Htand.irda Unit can be round In hlcher
walkft of life, nmonu the Rifted and RTeat.
The mnn nf cenliiK 1. nf suiraiv nn.
JIust .Rift from his soul tho chaff of ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.
And.'.weed friini bis brnrl the rout of , nmI liS8loiH. BS a rule
For 4fp who
Of art or miiylc or rjtlimle souk
Great KlCts sliould bo worn like a crown
And'not like senis In a iAkkav's hands,
And the toll must be constant and unre
mitting Which lifts up the king to the crown"?
He Is subjected to a greater temptation
than his more prosaic brother. Hut just
In the degree of his genius ho Is Riven
tlio brain power to rule his emotions. If
he falls by the wayside he possesses th
strength to rise and go on. His fall can
bo understood and forgiven; but when he
uunts his position In the-dust atnl more.
A nten was telling a story of oryo 1 elarlng It to be the privllcgu and right
frlendaof his peoplo of talmt. who were I ,)f " Sftiltts to dwell t'.iero. and when he
lftcd,nd culurj-d. but whose self-made j U'080 W'"J "re not In the mire to
standards c-aftsed them to lose sight of!"" """ ,lgumBr allu io coiisiocr men own
all orfflnacyx laws
froid ho man re
lated tliclr doings
dolni which in
cluded drinking to
excess and defying
the rules of de
cency In dress and
you tec. have
standards of, their
own,"'' he iald.
Kb said, "They do
They do ' !
as wo look at them. Ig&C
I Their "worltl Is iulte a'wcrld by Itself
'It Is a matter bf'Temperament Wo can
Hy MAKUVJIKT HliUHAItl) .YKTt. i
"I wondr why It Is that I nin always 1
teleetel to play the vllhitness, whon 1
rcallj lonu to act a nice, sympathetic j
part?" Thus MIps Harils, who plas Mr'.
M'Aulia In "The Whip." the nleaslnu
oharactor .who i lans to wi-eei; a tra'n o
kill s. few people, as esslly and naturally '
ar you and 1 would order our (linnet. j
o; course. Allsj heonore Harris Is a 1
very handsome woman. The stage -lalnens
always Is supremely beautiful, i
that's what makes It Interesting. Jllsi 1
Harris has blue-black hair and a pale, j
cieatry complexion, she Is tall and slight
and wUlowy. and In a pink leu gown with
a little boudoir cap on her head aim ,
suggested anything but.the deep-dyed vlU j
lalny of her stage life, ,
"I am the most hissed woman on tin. t
stage." Miss Harris confessed with evt- '
dent pride. " "The Whip' Is such an ox - j
citing melodrama that people" seem 'r I
hold their breath between the scenea
and they don't applaud until at the end '
of the third act. The rest Is a good deal i
like c performance 0f Tarc'.-fiil' at tin I
opera. Von. don't lienr a murmur, but at I
the end of the third act wn all cross tho i
staze and get our share of applause and
hisses In tho good old-fashioned melo- I
! clean gurmi nts an an evidence of their 1 ilramr. war.
lu' k of "temperament" It Is disgusting "l should be heart-broken If 1 waf4
, and pltfablo In one. , I Issed and boojil during my passage
Talent is a very small thing; geulu.1 It- ' ncross the stage. Still, you knqw. 1 du .
l-elf Ik a small thing when compared to Ions to play a sympathetic part, and I
' rharactcr. For all works of all the arts !'"!1 omn day that my reword will be;
I ins, and perish, while character
1 1 tet nallv.
' Only as tnleuls adorn u great character
j do they asume dlgnlu or value.
not class tliem with the ordinary mortal." ,
nut tha possession of talent and tem- '
perament dotjslnot-necessitate such sta'j.
It doe.s'not excuse such behavior and
It docs not indicate a high type of genius
try great inen and women have lived i
lives of ojjdirj and system. They have kept '
tha commandments; they have not In- i
dulged lit beastly orgies and called them
the resujtif tempnramrnt, prjd they tjiu'e I
not flung their loose Ideas of morals or
religion In the face of the world.
Hundreds of thousands of people have
Breathe HYOMEI-He l the'
Soreness Kill Catarrh j
Germs, or Money Biclc '
No Codaine, Opium or
Harmful Drugs in
Australian KucalyptuV Is a powerful
serni drsttoyiiur antiseptic. It Is .also a
hoothlng atlil ntullng one.
Hooth's. IIYoAlKI Is made of 'Ausua
ban, Kucalyptus und ome of the Lister
Jan anttsitlc; jj K . . 'A
Breathed Ihroiiyh- the Inhaleh that
times . WJth , the out,fjVthat all drjg
gists haVfj the aJf iof UYOMHI kills
tairh irrrnis and .heals the Inflamed and
raw catarrhal snots.
T f ft''- t ,
It pnQtratoa j5s no lktild oan intp ,the I
liMiennost. reflesseo of tho breathing tract j
and destructive germs whether In the j
folds, crevices or nooks of the membrane
aie reached apd destroyed.
For catarrh, coughs, croup, colds, jore
throat and all nose and throat mlsry
HYOMEl Is guaranteed. If you own an
Inhaler got a bottle of HYOMEl for only
lives I tears from the audience Instead of J
' "Why I3 It that the vlllalntss tvust
I always be tall and dark-haired?" I In
quired. "I don't think I've ever seen
;i destroyer of homes, and happiness on
! tho stage who had blonde hair."
i "Oh. thev're not always brunettes; red
' I j 3 1 : Is supposed to bo quite a sign of
laln too. Hut when I wai asked to
wear p. red wIt, 1 flm'y refused, for t
have my own Ideas about stage villainy.
nnu uon i minx inc nnvoniuress snouia
tilwavs he. drrsied In scarlet. and procjalm
at opce that she Is this wicked lady of
', tho stase.
"After all, my vlllluness Is-supposed to
be a nell-btcd woman In good society,
i And I hope 1 dress the part that way.
1 My frocks are mostly by Po!ret and
'lurutt. Tou know I change eight times
' In every performance and on matinee
I days I count up twenty-four changes
during the day, from the time I get up
' until the time I go to bed. That's about
' all the exercise any woman ran be ox
I pe.oted to take, don t you think so?
"Don't ask me to say anything about
the prrsen atlon of beauty, for I am
afiald I'd be a very bad subject. I have
' never had a face massage In my life,"
I and Miss Harris put her hand up to a
i cheek that showed n fine and delicate
skin sueh as Nature alone gives.
I "1 haven't time for face massage and
' all the other INngs that people are sup-
posed to du. Heyond playing golf, which
I I adore. I do absolutely nothing thst
, could be considered especially beneficial
' to health and looks. When I'm not at the
theater I'm studying or reeling. I take
' French and Italian lersons and fctudy
music, and I'm absolutely erar.y on the
i i subject of beautiful things, particularly
"I've travelled u good deal and seen-a
great many wonderful paintings 'and
been to many beautiful placfsi- Apd I
think, perhaps, piy scrap book would
Interest you, for I've kept thorn for a
cood many, years. There's nothing so
The hrlllhint star that shines so con
spicuously In the oulhwet In the evening
Is Venus, a planet n little smaller than
the earth and at about two-thirds of
our distance from the sun. Tho time
It rciiutrcs to go around the sun., that
Is, to complete Its year, is only SiJ of
our days. The IctiRth of time It takes lo
turn on Us axis Is ntlll undetermined.
Some astronomers say It Is a trifle less
Until our own of twenty-four hours, others
that It takes J2S of our days, so thnt
the planet lyis perpetual day on tine side
tind perpetual night on the other. The.
reason of this dlf Terence, of opinion Is
that we tarely, If over, see tl.e surface of
Venus on account of Its brilliant envel
ope of dense clouds. Ufe, could scarcely
In; possible In either citse, however ve
hemently a, few astronomers Insist on
It. If the day Ih perpetual, the heat tnust
bo Insufferable, and the 'rbld must be,
ttiually so on the night side. If tlio day
Is only as long as ours, there Is still the
everlasting glate or gloom of nn over
cast sky on account of the clouds. The
Inhabitants, If any exist In spite of thls,
ca.it therefore know absolutely nothing' of"
the sla'-s.' !nothlng bf the" sun, tliey 'Have
ijo,' dca of a month or a year. They can
y-noW only day and night, .and' they' l-an
liavo nb "way of noting Mine, accurately.
UecaUse Vetjus Is nearer 'the Hun than
the- ea-th I. It can never appear to us
farther than about forty-eight degrees'
away from the sun, that Is, It Is always
within about three or four hours before
or nfter tho sun In Its movements ncross
our, skies. It can, therefore never bo
of extra ini'imy this way. so you cud
.have everything yuto little heart desires
Iiul now I am thru.
Oh, cum to think of It, sed Ma, that Is
a roglar funny peece of poetry. I Jesl got
tho point, decreet.
Yen, ncd To, I did, too. Tare up yure.
Jlut, deorest luv.
seen in the cast ot sunset, nor In the
west at sunrise. On the i:th of this
mouth It wilt appear to hn fn.rthe.rest
from the sun, and set at 9;tT p. m. Since
It Is nlso coming nearer to us. It will
rapidly Increase In brilliancy, so much so,
Alia t If one knows where to look for the
plttliet. It may bo Keen by the unaided
eye nl nny time of the tiny, provided the
sk ' be clear.
While Venus thus holds sway In ' the
p pnlng sky. dupller Is trying to do the
same In the morning. Its great southern
declination puis It, however, at a great
disadvantage. It risen nn tho 15th nt 4.50
it ni., und is rapidly receding from the
Haturn is gradually waning, It crosses
the meridian on the 15th at fi;23 p. m.
and sets at 1:32 n. m. Mar .and Mercury
are too nenr the sun to be seen.
The stiii rises pn the 1st, ir.th and 28th
at :.1S, 7:22, 7:03 n. tit., and sets at 5:SS,
fi:6T und 0 : 10 ji. in., thus making the
clay's lengtii ten horns, ten "hours anil
"thirty-three mlnute.s and, cloven hours and
seven minutes, respectively, nn Increase)
of one hour und seven minutes during
the mouth. The sun n thirteen minutes
up'd'moic slow tho whole' rnonllu "On' tin
lllh It l fourteen ' minutes' twcntytsls
seconds late, so that local apparent, noon
und midnight will occur at 12;M stan
dard time, ttujt Is 3S minutes after Our
clocks announce It, This may be ver
serviceable In certain religious obscr
voticen since the church uses the natural
day and pcrmltK-the-ilse pf standard time.
The n?o'on Is new- prt :the Mtj, in first
Uliarter oil the )ti fiill.'pn' io;36tl), and
In last quarter .on tho 27thk Qn the l(Jtn
It Is In close conjunction with - Vonus,
It oven occults tho plantit In certain sec
tions of the southern 'hemisphere. The
crescent moon and tho planets, Cynthia
tnd Hesperus, will make a fine sight In
the evening sky on tha Sth and 10th.
On the 2d the moon Is In conjunction
with Jupiter and on tho Hth with Sat-
urn. WITAiTAM F. UIQOE.
I'relghton University Observatory.
MIHS I-EANORB HAnillB, WHO PI-AYS THE PAItT OP MRS D'AQMLA-IN
"TUB WHIP" AT TUB MANHATT A.V OPBltA HOUHI-S.
stimulating und Inspiring us' looking ut UCUd a wonderful complete set of pic
beautiful plcturea and oven If you ' caft I tutu of the ait noil, a, ltliiilcabes.,
have the uilglnals I think that a great I'tltuml costumes, anil Irneirs'tlig plttnres
deal inoro could be done with a scrap uf different lands. After she 'got well
book than people ordinarily Imagine. j again, she kept up with, )W collection,
"I have kept photographs nnt postal fpiistlng the pictures In .different, 'hook,
pictures of all the beautiful things T "t)er rr llc'tloii Is now lnva.uablo ho i
kind of reference for at lists and ltlus
,Mlss Harris' drawing room is filled
have ever Fcen, und m scrap hooks are
quite complete. Hut If you realty want
to know how much good there ts In n
scrap book Idea, let mo, tell oil about, with beautiful things attesting liei lovo
an Intimate friend of mine. : of the artistic, and a wonderful Cliineift.
"This woman was cotiva-losoips from -a.
long illness anil she iMd lo Ktuy .mi s.
couch all Ihj long for ni'juths' Hhe begged
hej- friend (o .send Jiff j'l ftiif?. .pliotn-.''
tlrapery cmbro'tlered In paucucks show's
that she Is nut superstitious.
"Wlo should wo be sjpeibtltlo.isV
'After all. It's a matter of thought. If I
graphs, old niasaxltie n)(l lllimtf-sjl L ive In my mind that something dread
papers. :Kr!U thesp VhV rjt ouf'nJl .lt T iul is going to happen to me. I'm at
pIcturrFum -wcrel; rntprMtlnBnAnt TtMctlng that vary, tiling. Hut I ca,i
first she.put them' away In dlffernt'Sj, 'r aponge that out df mind and tlraw preai.
velopes ' ' ' y j ' S ' hajiit thlnBs to bq 'lntead. 1 hope t draw
ing' to thtfij'.MmtetH.'.ai.iTiiiyojJti coi-
By LA HACONTia'SK.
Femininity lu Its very essence Is sug-
i nested In this graceful "dishabille" oT
paly pink brocadod Hatln.
TJiIti gown Is a long, loose slip falling
straight. The edges 'prettily curled i.t
Resides using the Inhaler throughout ; the bottom overlay in front and ahow a
the day and for quick results, thousands skirt ot the same matorial with a long
use th HYOMJSI vapor treatment ntiiuunded train.
night Just tMjfptc going to bed. Iler It The high dlretolre oollar with smail
'o nughly heat a tsacup: Uwn rill it I small decollette. Tho gown Is closed In
al' full of polling wator. Pour Into the ffrout by a row of hug buttons of ihu
wai t- e.half tiwspjtiful of MYOMK1. nnio niaterlal.
ti'o : ot stir l Hoiti tin cup cl-ae to rice ; The gown Is covered by a biald fichu ' of the month.
and rralhi- i'tp Intu the I'.im the ha of ipllrictlun filling, tin- tipper part, fall. J Tie rortlnd Httlkel oil my list, sed Mu, 'an
Mi" s iPMiig ,itr that ,iii:-h Inu tus .ttw In front and looped up at s a frock for dark eevnlngs, wen the nu
By WILLIAM V, KlltK.
1 have a new Idee about making up
some verses, sed Pa. I hav tried for a
lohg'jtlme to sit a new idee, sumthlng
that Is a lot out of the ordinary so that
all of the editors will Jump' at a chamt
to git my lines.
I am glad that a grate lite is braking
,oaver you, sed Ma. I wish you wud toll
me what yure Idee Js ft how much munny
you think you nan git for each pome you
rite. Thare Is so many things that I need.
Here Is a. list that I made out today be
foar you read me any of the lines that
you have rote;
Two yards of Irish Uce, to fix up an
old frock. Goodness know, sed Ma. that
the old. thing ts falling to peeces, but I
vk thinking that I cud use the Irish
lace on a new frock when you git reddy
to buy me u new one some time the first
;':.il :MI::.,il! .rilL1': ill; :lili .!' Pu. ::ll"il' i'.f'.irjr.ll;
that sympathetlc.ptirt," laughed the fanir
oils lady villained. And I hope mi, too
Well, srd Ma, the iievi, tiling on the
list of things that I am going lu buy i
fctim lovely lan-Jniy. Missus Holly ysk'
;showing me sum site hail Jost bougtit,
six (oinpleet sots and reglar Paris models.
If jott was a lady inMed of n man. ed
Ma, & see. them dutiful Paris models,
you would ravo oaver them.
Yes, yes. sed Pa. go on.
t e- .nn,!
t'.i k.irr-- b .i i'.f-niiil'rle oinatn J I trs armt f br r as tliav are on lte , I suppoas sr,, sed Pa,
eevtjlpgs.. You. know, de.er,'ed V that
with the compln.MoK. Walt 'jWjav'o7'; havo
to have tw;u illffirefic eplor(o.f rocks. o
I want this HfcBp'd frook ao' I can Jiiatvh
It with the ohif-Irisir lace thaf'ltSij go
ing to tate off'of my old fjw'io pt(t
onto tlie new (rock thut ,d)tQrr- going to
bo a good boy and ImytiHVnic.
Third on'.the Hat. .lied lla, Is a' vanity
box. My old on,f.' whjcli I go( neerly six I Well, sed Ma, thkro Is only a fow othor
llttel things nn the list that 1 can think
of now-. & 1 will wall for them until
next week. The others can be used handv
any time. Now. dccreM luv, d .Mo.
what kind of poetry have you got to show
This piay .sotipd like .nonsense to ou.
sed Pa. hut It t klud'of Jlngly. I think:
Here's to the soldier wlclt went to the
& knew what Ids knife & fork whs for,
& herd's to his fat & hiving wife.
Wlch stayed at home and ate with Iter
1 doan't like. it. sed Ma. It Is kind of
xlll . &, hcqsldes )r is a slur ot us wlnt.
Then I guess 1 wlU glv? up trlng to
i itc sed Pa. I did intend to niaJk u. lot
weeks ago, Is all dented up, A fat man
that got on the subway at Orand St.
knocked It off wen he was setting In the
next seel to nin. (c a old lady which was
standing up in front of the- fat man hap
pened to step on It. I dldent blame' the,
old lady, sed. Ma. beekaus she shud have
had the scet.
The next thing on my lis), sed Ma, Is a
luvly set of fur's for next eeason. I dpant
need them now, of course, sed Ma, but I
can git them so cheep now, &. I was
thinking that It wild be a. good Idee to
buy them whll I have a chanst Tliay
will be fine for next winter, If I can r t
ra nice sutes to wure wltn theiu f.-
atch tlietn Uoant tou think so ' sed Ma
The woman, with tasto abovo the commonplace, who realize
tha Importance of dress, will find in Vogue just that nice touch
of individuality that diatingulthe the faultlessly gowned.
In the next few week will appear Vogue's five great Spring
Fashion numberi each essential to the woman who want tho
utmost dUtlncttvones and the earlieit fashion new.
Snwl Faihicni for Limited Incomci ffoui an aU
l'lfit lid to the inhiontble wotunn o( oot unlimited mtaoi.
Fortcut of Spria Fihlon Ftlrmmry 18th
Tin-etrlictt tutDcollc oewi of the Sprinr mode,-
'tl? .P,,Unu. . . AfareA lit
Workiac models lor one's whole Spring- sad Summer wardrobe.
Sprint DrH MiUrUlt sad Trlmmlait March ISth
How tlii- Spring model sbill bo detclopoa.
Sprlj Mlllln.rr ' April Ul
ilio ncnt model! In imirt hiti, ieil nd coiffure.
3prln FmKIoiu April IBlh
I lie lilt word oabprinr lowni, wiiiti, lingerie tod acceiioriei.
The demand b o great that Vogue i generally aold out within
a few day. To avoid mininj tho one you want mot, tear
out thit lt of special number and hand It to your newidealer
with Imtructlon to cave copies for you.
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