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, ' St. Nicholas Story Concluded.
. "That very same day the wicked
farmer went to market with some
vegetables to sell. As he was sitting
in the market, St. Nicholas appeared
before hiin. He had on his mitre and
his long robes, jut as you see him
in Kit's cake.
"'Have you any pork to sell?' St.
Nicholas asked the man.
" 'Nr said the farmer.
" 'What of the three young pigs in
your brine tub in the cellar:' said
St. Nicholas.
"The farmer saw that his wicked
deed was found out as all wicked
deeds are, sooner or later. Me fell
on his knees and begged the good
saint to forgive him.
"St. Nicholas said, 'Show me the
way tQ. your house.'
."The farmer left his vegetables
unsold in the market and went home
'at 'once, the saint following all the
"When'they reached the hut, St.
Nicholas went to the pickled pork
tub in the cellar. He waved hh staff
over the tub, and out jumped the
three boys, hearty and well! Then
the- good saint took them through
tli woods and left them in sight of
their own home.""
"Oh. what a good St. Nicholas!"
taid Kit and Kat. "Tell us another."
"Well," said Grandmother Win
kle, "once upon another time there
waS a very mean man, who had a
great deal of money that often
happens. He had, also three beau
tiful daughters fliat sometimes
' happens, too.
-.."One day he lost all his money.
Now, he cared more for money than
for anything- else in the world
more, even, than, for his three beau
tiful daughters. So he made up his
miivd to sell them!
' "St. Nicholas knew of this wicked
Have You Seen It?
. Will You See It?
Only Two Moe Days!
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Most talked of picture ever
shown in Omaha!
Alto the world famous characters
for the first time in moving
plan; so that very night he went to
the man's houe and dropped some
money through a broken window."
. "Why did he do that?" asked Kat.
"Because the man was selling his
daughters to get money. If he had
money enough, he wouldn't sell
them. . -
"The first night St. Nicholas
dropped enough money to pay for
the eldest daughter. The next night
he took a purse of gold for the sec-
end daughter, and dropped down
the chimney. It fell down right in
front of the man, as he was getting
a coal to light his pipe. The third
night the man watched; and when
St. Nicholas came, the door flew
open and the man rail out. He
caught St. Nicholas by his long robe
and held him.
" 'O St. Nicholas, servant of the
Lord,' he said, 'why dost thou hide
thy good deeds?'
"And from that time on. every 0110
has known it is St. Nicholas who
brings gifts in the night and drops
them down the chimney."
"Did the man sell his daughter?"
asked Kat. '
. "No." said grandmother. "He was
so ashamed" of himself that he
wasn't wicked ahv more."
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Tomorrow St. Nicholas Visits the
Dutch Twins.
Have Root
Press. Adv.
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Today to Satur-
day at 11, 1, 3.
6:30, 8, 9:45.
Cecil B.
Ti- Qarmm4jSriavftgicUtre
Thomas Nelghan, Gloria Swanson,
Beebe Daniels.
At 3, 8 and 9:45
J The
1 ? A Musical fashion show display.
- ing fashion's newest and charm-
Ing creations In pretty, dainty
Living Models
t ..." Featuring
Helena Rahn Nielsen
Marcus T. Nielsen
'". Throuh Courtesy
For 30 years the most fa
mous play of the Ameri
can stage
Starring Alice Lake
' Starts Saturday
LUO DUO in an entire
change of program.
Rev. Thos. Casady
Arrives' to Take
All Saints Pulpit
Rev. Thomas Casady, new rector
of All Saints Episcopal church, has
arrived irl Omaha by autotnobile
from Pueblo, Col., and is at the
Hoter Blackstone pending the ar
rival of his wife and five children.
For the past seven and a half years
Rev. Mr. Casady has been rector of
the Church of Ascension at Pueblo.
Services of institution for Rev.
Mr. Casady will be held at All
Saints at 11 Sunday morning, with
Bishop E. V. Shayler in charge.
Bishop Shayler wiill read his letter
of instructions to Rev. Mr. Casady,
and present the Bible, prayer book
and canons of the church to him.
He will also make a short address.
C. S. Montgomery, senior warden,
will present the keys of the church
to the new rector, A recessional
hymn will be sung in memory of
Rev. J. T. Mackay, late pastor of All
Rev. Mr. Casady will preach his
first sermon to his new congrega
tion at these services, and pronounce
the blessing, ilis subject will be
"Religion as an Adventure."
"I'm enthusiastic about Omaha
and the opportunities here," said
Rev. Mr. Casady last night.
Mr. Casady and his family will
reside in the All Saints rectory at
560 South Twenty-sixth street. Mrs.
Casady, who is visiting relatives in
Des Moines, will arrive in Omaha
Sun dav.
What Do You Know?
(Here's it rhrtrve to make jour vlt
worth money. Each day Tho lire will
publish a Merler of questions, prepared
iiy Superintendent J. II. KeveririRe of the
public school. They cover thing which
you Nhoulil know. The first complete lint
of correct nnswem received will bo reward
ed by $1. The answers and the name of the
winner will be published on the day Indi
cated below. Be mire to Rive your views
and address In full. Address "Question
Editor," Omaha Bee.) ,
;1. What is - the chief manufac
tured product of Grand Rapids,
2. In what state is Yellowstone
Park? -
3. Where are the most noted
marble quarries in the United
4. What is the largest city in Cali
fornia? 5. Which New England state has
no seacoast?
Answers Published Tuesday.
1. Who invented the telephone?
Alexander Graham Bell.
2. What was the first message
sent over the electric telegraph?
"What hath God wrought."
3. Who invented the electric arc
light? Charles F. Brush.
4. Ill what vear was the battle of
Gettysburg? "1863.
5. Who discovered the North
Pole? Robert E. Peary.
Winner: Angelo Di Giorgio, 510
Poppleton avenue, Omaha.
Everybody's talking
Everybody's talking
Everybody's talking
Everybody's talking
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
Whole world goes crazy except one man,
and he is arrested for half a dozen crimes
he never committed
Mis' m
An exciting love story that involves two
men, two girls, a safety razor plot and
$600,000 cash, starring
Laugh! Snicker! Giggle! Grin! Howl!
The Questions That Troubled
Madge The Vow She Made.
Am I a successful wife?
Have I made my husband happy?
If he were free to espouse a wife
again, and had 110 feeling oftobliga
tion toward 111c, would he, with all
the knowledge of nic he has ac
quired, choose me again from all
the world to walk by his side till
"death do us part?"
These are the questions which arc
beating on my brain today. These
are the queries, the answers to
which I mean to make it my busi
ness to find.
It is a time of matrimonial stock
taking with me, this dreary day of
earliest spring, when a cold drizzle
outside, effectually banishing the
sunshine, has found its reflection in
my own spirits. I mean to cast up
accounts with myself and find out if
fhave been cheating Dicky, my hus
band, in this matrimonial game, if
perchance he has been defrauding
me, or if we, after all, have struck
a fair balance.
Did I say matrimonial game?
What a misnomer! If ever there
was a serious, solemn biisiness in
the world's whirl of 'affairs it is the
business of marriage. And if ever
there was a job requiring all the
tact, ability and resourcefulness
which a woman possesses it is this
job known to womankind .of "hold
ing a husband."
I wonder if I have made good
upon my particular job.
I remember, .years before I met
Dick)', hearing Mrs. Stewart, the
dear old woman with whom my
mother and I boarded, quote caus
tically: "Any fool can marry a man, but
it takes a wise woman to keep one."
I have not thought of the words in
years, but oday they have been
ringing insistently in my ears. With
them as, a yard stick I have been
measuring not ojily my own marital
career, but those of the people I
have known intimately since that
Lillian and Harry Underwood! Of
course, Lillian's name comes first to
my mind in any mental survey of
my friends, for I hold her above all
women, reverence her judgment and
her high ideals. And yet, measured
by the little yard stick, Lillian has
failed, for two men "have called her
wife and then deserted her.
But was it possible for anv
woman to have kept the love of
either man? More potent question
sun, was the love of either worth
60 seconds' of any true woman's ef
fort? Honesty compels a negative
answer to both questions.
Both Dicky and I, her nearest
friends, know how bravely and tru
ly she tried to do the right thing
in the harrowing situations which
confronted her. I felt instinctive
ly that if in that long past time
when Robert Savarin, rising artist,
had set the feet of Lillian Gale,
eager acolyte, in the path she so
ardently desired, he had also claimed
the love he had unconsciously won,
he would have been spared the
years of mental darkness that later
came to him because of another
woman, and Lillian would have es
caped the bitter unhappiness that
has been her portion.
She would have kept his love and
reverence always I am sure of it
and the grim determination rises
within 111c unswervingly to further
the lonely artist's seemingly hope
less task of overcoming her Quixotic
scruples against marrying him.
By Other Standards.
Jack Bickett and Katherinc? My
tir.-.t1iAi--miicin nnrl th woman
iriend whom I count next to Lillian
in my scale ot mentis. 1 dismiss
them quickly, for Katherine has
"made good" if ever a woman has,
and the bitterness which was their
portion, and which it was my good
fortune to dispel, was all of Jack's
making, That they arc happy now in
their western home I know by the
long letters Katherinc sends me, and
which reflect her moods in every
Dr. Rraithwaite and Harriet, my
husband's stately sister, their names
always associated with Jack and
Katherinc, because of that foolish,
jealous obsession of Jack's which so
nearly caused the shipwreck of two
families. Surely, Harriet Braith
harder to be a true
helpmeet to her husband than anyl
woman I have ever known, and yen
I feel that she has not maae goou,
for she has sacrificed motherhood lo
her husband's career, and now as
they approach old age there is no son
nor daughter to make life worth the
I cannot repress a shudder of hor
ror as I think of the tragedy which
Milly Stockbridge made of her mar
ried life, because she had no con
ception of any duty or responsibility
as a wife, and indulged her own
jealous, crazed obsessions until
they finally killed her and nearly
destroyed her husband. That the
flower ff happiness which is unfold
ing for Kenneth Stodkbridge and
Alice Holcombe was only made
possible in its blooming by that ter
rible death, is the only gleam of
light in all this sordid tragedy.
It is but a. few months now until
the end of the school year and the
year of perfunctory respect for
Willy s memory, and then tne two
who have loved eachx-other hope
lessly for so many years will be
united. 1 have no tear ot Alice ue
;n imKU in hold her husband.
And yet I suspect that she will find
.1. t !J ......... .f Mq.rniTO M'lll
Vide snags as annoying if not as
dangerous as those of the turbulent
torrents through which her bark has
been steered.
Jim and Katie? An irrepressible
cmil. .riiic n mi at flip Iriniicht of
my little maid with her. tempestuous
moods, and Jim's smiling, stolid ac
f tVipm TCntii has held her
husband's love, will continue to hold
it. Is that question, as well as ail
others of the spirit, less a problem
wnen me is .somewnai primitive,
Jacques Futrelle s famous novel
My Ladys Garter
js ywmouirtentftgwiure
Four Days, Starting
Sunday, May 9, 1920
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1 1 THOMAS H.1NCE WratnU W-r7tf35r
1 . X
jA Qaramourljirkraft Qidure
Acme of Canine
"Salesmen of Joy"
King of Hawaiian
Steel Guitar
Renowned Lady Juggler
"Rio Grande"
Edwin Carewe's Firat
All-Star Production
From the Play by
Auguatua Thomas
Harold Lloyd Comedy
Pathe Weekly .
tGmtitFttt Daily Mat. 15-25-50
j5TiJ2y Evngs., -50-75c, $1
Last Times Today 2:1 5-8:30
Marvelous iQrri I fl fl Musical
Wonderful rLLN'A'DUU Burlesque
Tomorrow (Saturday) Mitine and All Summer
Eharlea (Chic) Sale: Loulu Drciur a Jack
ardntr; Dan Bruce 4 M argot Duffet Co.: The
Llghtner Glrll & Newton Alexander; Harry
Rom; Mllllcent Mower: Sonla Baraban and
Chat. C. Groha; Topics of the Day: Klnogrami.
Matlneei, 15c, 25c, SOc: Few at 75c: Sat. and
Sun.. Nlghti, 15c. 25c. 50c, 75o and $1.00:
Few at $J ,?5 Sunrtav.
" Given By
1 Burgess-Nash
s Welfare Association
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A cash prize of $15.00 will be
T (riven To the lady bringing the pret-
" tiest May basket.
- Admission 50c
I I I I I I I I III !(
Produced by Mrs. E. John Brandeis.
Shown first time last Saturday evening
at the Brandeis theater. To be shown
again at the
Strand Theater
Saturday Morning, May 8, at 9 o'clock,
until noon, corttinuously.
General Admission 10c
Proceeds to Christ Child Society
I Came Called 3:30 p. m. Friday Lad'ea' Day
Bos Seats on bale, Barkalow Bros.,
1 lath mA I7....
when cducaticrh and training have
not sharpened one's perceptions
and one's nerves?
I return to the contemplation of
my own problem with my spirits
both staggered and strengthened. I
have seen the stupendous task with
which each woman I call friend has
had to deal, but I have been heart
ened to the thought that in any
case where the man was a possible
human being the game lay unmis
takably in the wife's hands. And
Dicky, bless his heart, is distinctly
possible, however otherwise I may
think sometimes when his instabil
ity or his jealous rages make me
My thoughts go back to my wed
ding day, to the wild, wonderful
bliss of that honeymoon time, yes
and to the doubts that beset me
even then as to the probability of
happiness in marriage.
How much I have learned since
that time, learned that if there be
no happiness "in marriage there is
certainly nothing outside its charmed
circle which -can bring such bliss
and contentment that she and the
man she loves belong to each other
wholly, irrevocably, together, "for
better, for worse," with all the rest
of the world outside.
Learned, too, with a tremendous
fear at my heart, that there could be
no greater tragedy in the world for
me thary the loss of my husband's
love. If I want any peace in this
life it behooves me to make, good
on my job as e.
Curiously enough, it has been the
trembling inquiry of a girl on the
brink of marriage which has set me
to the self-inquiry, the mental stock
taking of the last hour.
Leila Fairfax came to my room
this morning. She is id be married
to Alfred Durkce in a few weeks,
and I have invited the motherless
girl to be my guest while she is pre
paring her simple trousseau. Put
ting her arms around me she said
earnestly, with a hint of tears in her
What Leila Asked.
"Madge, dear, tell me I am so
frightened isn't it an awfully ,hard
task being a successful wife-? You
and Dicky always seem so happy,
and yet I know you must have had
your iJhare of troubles as well as
Sister says. the
trouHe's done out
We eat
other women. And I feel as if I
knew so little, and and I do want
to make Alfred a good wife.'!
The tears were overflowing now.
I saw that the girl was over
wrought, and wondered for an un
worthy, fleeting minute if her re
membrance of little studio parties
in which her sister, herself and
Dicky had figured, innocently
enough, yet without my presence,
wis troubling her now that she her
self faced the possibility of being
the wife who stayed at home while
her husband tnjoyed himself else
where. But in another second I
had banished that thought and was
assuring her emphatically that all
her fears were unfounded.
"You . foolish child," I scolded.
"There's one thing certain. A
teary wife is the worst possible
kind. So stop crying and listen to
words of wisdom from an author
ity. Yoivre going to make Alfred
the best possible wife, and you're
going to be idiotically happy. Now
run along and dry your eyes, or Al
fred will see that you have been
crying and think you don't want to
marry him."
She tripped away, smiling through
her, tears, and I have been sitting
here ever since going over and ovcrf
her question.
"Isn't it an awfully hard task Uo
ing a successful wife.'" '
(Continued Tomorrow.)
Don't Hide Them With Veil; RJ
move Them With Othine "
Double Strength. r;
This preparation for the removal
of freckles is usually so successful
in removing freckles and giving
clear, beautiful complexion thafclit
is sold under guarantee to refund
the money if it fails. -f-
Don't hide your freckles undctal
veil; get an ounce of Othine ffid
remove them. Even the first lew
applications should show a won
derful improvement, some of th
lighter freckles vanishing- entirely
Be sure to ask the druggist fof
the double strength Othine; tn
this that is sold on the money-back
guarantee. T
There's No Picture Like
Picture of Health
The greatest master-piece in the
Art Gallery of Life is Nature's
"Picture of Health".
It Is Vsnrlous portrayal of the human
body st its best. One beholds in its composite
detail true symbol of strength. It presents
figure of striking- appearance in its erect car
riage, clear akin, sparkling eyee. strong limbs,
steady nerves and firm mascles:f airly vibrat
ing in animation keen, alert, fresh, and
spirited; with an air of unbounded confidence
and a face radiant in color and illuminated
with a glow ot hop and cheerfulness.
Could Natu re have taken ran for her nodsIT
Suppose you study yourself in the mirror of
the present and compare your looks, your feel-..
ings arid your condition with the general
characteristics of this picture of the human
body in pertect working order, all parts o
which are sound, well organised and disposed", L
performing their functions freely, naturally
If yon fail 'in any single point of resem
blance, you are not the picture of health.
It's imperative, then, that you look to ay
means to rebuild your strength, energy ana
vigor to bring your body op to a normal
state of efficiency in all of its parts.
The Great General Tonic
NAtMnaT la mora effiraeioas as ft rebnflder of exhauster! nitpvM anil
thyafeaJ force than LYKO, the aTat general tonic. It tend, to renew
the worn -oat tinaea, replenish tne blood, create new power and endur
ance, and re rife the epirits of thoae who are weak, frail, languid and
overwrought as the reaoltof sickness, exeessiye strain, worry or over
wars, it b m mnnuw appetiser, pienam ua louigesuouMia m uvm
fnrjctioaaj regulator of the liver, kidneys and bowels.
AH drarsrUt? sell LYKO Get a bottle TO-DAY sod roo'll con-
Mi too mvr iia u pictura ui uoaiva.
fclt Msanf acrarem LYKO MEDICINE COMPANY
... on I, lilr MriuM ,
Rafuu all subatitaies.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co., 15th and Farnam Sts., and
all retail druggists.
H Set thb pace SfS P09taeovnNC omahji n
H An Extraordinary Opportunity to Save Money at Our Great
illinery Sale
Friday and Saturday
m At Big Price Reductions
In Our Basement Millinery Department
The hats in this sale -were bought from a St. Louis jobber at
a great sacrifice, and we are passing the benefit of the low prices
on to you, Friday and Saturday.
In Three Big Lots
Lot 1-1,000 Trimmed Hats
. Worth $5.00 to $7.00, "2'
Special, This Sale, at t
For street and dress wear; small and large shapes, all smartly trimmed with flowers,
feathers and ribbons in attractive colors, many new and becoming black models; these
are all exceptionally good values, and it is seldom, indeed, you will have O OCa
the chanceagain ; specially priced for this sale, at J '
Lot 2
1,200 Misses' and Children's Hats
Actually Worth $3.95,
Special, This Sale, at
-1 a- viiii-
Pnr er-Tinnl and rlrpss wear: iii everv wanted shai)e. all neatlv banded wilh rilihrin
streamers. Patent Milan straws in black, white and navy predominate, for chil-
uren o lO lO years inu. Xiveij' ua, is a nuuucnui laiuc l mis rem
bargain price; special, in this sale, at
Lot 3-600 Banded Sailors
1 Worth to $7.50, 1
Special, This Sale, at
H Some with colored facings, ethers in solid black; a great variety of styles, with black the pre-
H dominating color. With Summer just around the corner, you will most certainly ASZ
want to share in this exceptionally low price; special, in this sale, at' warO
Brandeis Stores BasementA rcade