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f V H 1. yr I a i aajaasajj f I rpi 1 1 'rV..i!-. D,,.AJ 4 fMm'niion la l he!d through, superintendent, who 'n luni perfect inrtV. ariitmiftitf and brxUeepiiifi; vt "OU 5Jii" r4 wi'l !'"'
fill ll IiMI.1 K.'llin.'l ' A II H L 1 K 1 IirilIll (I iVUeSaOnS rrepareCl out the utf April 6 and 7. The the cumy runiation, denaim.; .iietnoon, tivi.i, Kuiimwr, ium- .fin lh t:iirM kUiH,!.
Vl 11 lYtllUKl iVUlt UIIMU 1 v i f J F i examination, ir held (or tudenU the pUr. and doctor far tl. lurt and (rocraplty. trirt ronte.t I Jur, AM4 r,
A f roruni Will meet L ?Y. f'V 1 y Ir ale HinkuhI '? jk 1 vuth hwiwrinnnio 1,1 ''iMTsVr.'i
J J Today i Atuacuoni. i . , . - , , tained in the et I questions. iome Thursday Momma Keadme, or- .. . ln , . r tM . Mieu 1h.W t'Uit and loti I
Hi r . f iT Sun "Turn to the Kinht" I UiicMn.-Emm4i.o 0''on j0wk) e( hifh UI b nu.lfd cut thPer4an4 wnt.ns; afternoon. Miim.J IVrlJIlMliiry CuittM ,fi.d. h-Un lr.
IM Ml 111(1 IMTIOLI IH Brand.ii Tor'w." fraturinir. Vi. iini ,,f ll-atiii '"f "g!"h ,rl4 rl,u" p"' i county riperintendent. John M. hielory. English fompoaitioii. dw lieneva -The ui-r in ihr t Uut 0m, equity superintendent;
! 4,1 U"y ,.;i4 1. 1; Ffriu'ouT , , , m" ? cmpiW br the m department ol M.tmi. aupertntendent, declares, and pl.viotosv. Iranutk- cla. of the d.tUUor Mvcarrt llaughavul and Hf v, I .
1 i Strand Norma Talmadge in i'ffriI It l)eti"illP ! rublic InMruttton (or e in the lo Ihvte tn are tnt to the county Friday Morning Mental aritti. conif.t line wat 1)him4 l amb hMl. I'ontiu.
Vi; National ForcnMC Fr.tfrnity "SrfV- v , a W-t.l. Wli'""'i-'- MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMiiiiiiaiiMMMr'
7t HoM Thrff-Ddjr S Dorothy lialeon in "Morait of the r. ,, j lam. . printer rc.idma at
f noti.-Nd.raana to Moon-Tom M.x in ' Chai.nf the ;;H ' (e;hhei h j. I'. SMrvr,
I Comnrtf. Emnrt-I Vu.i Jr, lirrnwa, 4iu. Somh 'Ihirty-
1 1 Empr L.te Mut Lh. ffon trfd.. when he w (und
II ii-t t r U?T he Kn.U"fr-4 iih SvltUW Wife ejriy Sunday -T T TT TT fi 1 M
1 Imluiu.u, la. Simpson collfge Grand Agnei Ayrri in 'lorbid- n,ori1M? J t I I
1 wiil hf tlm mrcra Lr a ho.t of col. drn I ruit." . -1 .IwrieJ the Lratiinr." 1larrfi f II
'orrnjic (ra)crniiy meet in the lorum Flower. Soit nuic. Lovely try. I, t Vltc hrir un!. She ll nl V VI
lere in tlmr annual enco,mtera dur- So ro the word. aH V k 1 U J I IvLL V Vi 1 M
oir the national convention, Through." featuring Norma Tal- sfj,t,.fr ,n4t he hat Itren -- ,d h., - ! V VJ V - w VJFVJ f w
Middle eitrrn college, from Ne- nudge at the Mrand theater. Mwa u,hwi. (h(. ...oven.eut f hf wtfc . (f V
lraka. Ia. MikMjiri. Kana and Talmadge play a a dual role in th. f ,( 1( ol)Uilll ,,f ,,r.
!the Dab.taa will compete either n Production. Mtc u f.r.f een a v- , fi TwwBfy al Fe,t
oMonntrr drbatet with teamt en Monyeen. lio '", ilolan, private detectives to trail ! TTTTT 'XT f 4 ' f TS.
"7 mine ta and from the convention, jerted nuitor on her wed'hitg nay, jlfr ,j iViilrwa a II W
' or in !h. national oraiori.al ennteat. then a Kathleen, niece of Mon- Mr. SeMc.r.antl lUrri vcrc r- j 1 al ' A Mil
' I the prpliniinarie of which w ill be yeen. who.e romance i threatened . , , ailli .-.-,, wili, .tlia ;. XI XI . ' ,-, II II - ,-,
I held TmMlay, On the closing a flir T. II 0 L OvrfT.P 0 f 0
( UeTlerin'w'i irr "Turn to the Right.; H-rrU gjajnnl l.i. reha e on a j V V ff- f f-" M M-
i university debating team in De All the h. art throb and delightful VV L 1 tMa to c.t vour com. l l I ' II If II I I T 1 1 ll
1 5 Moinej. T. Q. Harrison. William comedy which made the play, "Turn j;!, J.tl -otia- WW II II U j I I VI J (I. VV U J
ff , 1'arUx.n and Ralph llrooka are the to the Right." one of the most popu- P-"Ct mV - lie m.lied -lie Y Y VV JJ L J-L VV XL JJL J-L . VA 4 -L-
l N'.braska debaters. lar offering of the stage bai been ; !rnlv of troubl- Vr-. !
In tlic oratoriraU for V Kappa -reserved in the screen ver.ion which i ever would liave accomnanicd her"
(( Delta naiumul honor llaheeb J. U in it "cond week at -the Sun V' 'j ,X t!e w-irwrk-1
. 1) M.c.nk will represent Nebraska We- theater. Th r;rt..r rr.- ,h ""- " ' "l0""t llte warrica. .
' f levan. Mr. SWcii ik will meet cv- adventure of a country youth who TIirr (lirls re Winners ill
1 isirarK'x? iL-a rf r,S w iiia,,utrr CI There's no mistaking the trend of -.the readers of news-
- I State Agricultural college, winner of call to turn to the right is portrayed Oskonh-Thc annual declamatory , AUV'1V IIXIO lCXll VAlVl VX HIV, v- -wr
L. S!; ttnfof'i'ne yins. -!;:ai7,vfo patters toward The Omaha Bee. The Bee circulation -rains
2? ber of the crack debating of Heidtl- gram directed the picture. Pauls.-ii the dramatic class and I.ucy papCIO lUWaiU XIIV J 11 LCI 11 CI XJVVw. XHV, X--V WJ. 1C J ,11.11;
J, Ssr-?!!: a-51. aSTsSrS for many-months past have but one explanation. The Bee
jr jt Vy'fSS"- ?s 2s-sss? is' in high favor as a newspaper and is growing stronger
I ( in , the Iowa Mate oratorical contest. 'o and Dorothy . -
7 n.rj Charle F. Neshitt. WolTord col- r? JeB- -M'1! R"1 h regents I'rof. Copcland and l'rof. 1Xnf-h f Vl Ck VOQnDY1 ATmVV Hd 17
f lege, Spartanburx. S. C. ok of f 8'rI h " Wlin IflC 1 CdUGl CVCI V UdV
. Twenty colleges have arranged de- nuered in 1 1 dePfe fight M ,, t
4 bate fchedulrs en route to and from mo played y,? P t,vif Iii LodRcpolc. ITofcs-or Xapicr of Lis-
Hi- n.-.ti..nal convention. On the He llfr ."lol( w,,,ch n,akcs co and iWes.sor Charles (Jlasncr of
1 ni!it after the convention. Dakota up tnc thrill in tne stop. , rroadwaicr were pudges. nT m 1 T1 1 . I 1 ml T 1 H C O O 1 1
ix1 w, Keidnirrir. rea, ,cf The .ice tt Ai. the wa, Take February, for instance; The Bee gamed 13,263 daily
1 Colorado Agricultural college h " ' 1 r, 1 iArM 1a ,1 1 1
ssiSss rSf-oSeS'ssK average circulation over February, 1921; whereas the largest
5 collcKe- Brandeij theater. The picture is a ' ' ' y ft i T r 1 1-7 OrvO 1 1-1
! Nonh piatte Tin. From $ ( ' ' gam of any other Omaha paper was only 7,892, and the gam
s Lr-xinpton Team in Debate to Blue and Elliott Dexter, remark- Qjy1. ! fl A , i ccc mi r 1 "r
I f -Wtt c Hh!X'"rruv j (nfi I tne ther Omaha paper was only 7,232. The Sunday Bee
1 -HaHB mEs -n j i u i 1 gained in the same period 19,834; the second paper 11,418; '
ington; L. F. Sweetland. minister of 'n,.ronlantIC circumstances and as UVl I OlH ! 7 , i ,
..,.5,,.,..-: Baa.L,oias the third paper 8,426.
, UCrl2!!l . an asylum for life for murder, they TJET, stormy weather, expo.ure, I Willi rWFVi
Superior High School Wilis see caqlt other only in vivid dreams. YV sniffles, and the heavy cold ta on.
r- . r i. tt - r,,.- t. Dr. King's New Discovery breaks it ap ,
Dtrict Debating HonorB Cton Ae Moon. quickly and pleasantly, ilead clea-5 . ,
Supctior.-Thc Superior High - In Chasing th e Moon w hich n h .
ifliSEaDiTian Past Five Months Ca ns Omaha Papers .
ning. thus carrying off the district tion runs from the ntics of a A. ZTJ' T?13t h -W -aW
ehampionshi,,. Their earlier oppon- Jo a flyer on a motorcycle for Mix. NCW. DlSCOVCrV i .1 , x ..V-
en.s were Nelson and Fairbury. Eva, Novak has the lead.ng fem.mne Fop Colds and CoUHs (Compared With COrreSpOndmg mOIlths a agOj
. t ojner' College Special Addresses Feature Bowels Begging for Help? Dr.
Truf. .T. K luncan. who ha. chr. of jpeiWl ;iuuicacs i"1" King's Pill will brine von the '
J 'ilSU McCook Teachers' Meeting J'lar, "orJTboh H A II V ' QITNH A V
of ih Mu.i-nt council and faculty mem- McCook There was a large at- Snd liver functioning. Mild but al- LvlJLu 1 D J LLr 1
-Sr cSS'iMffr TVrn? tendance of teachers of Red Willow way, reliable. At aU druggists, 25c " . , .
V win inriud mi the niucicnn who hv at- county at the annual meeting of T PROMPT! WON'T GRIPE rrr in - v-n A miir min M mi f M
i;h.nha;f: teachers held in McCook. Besides Jjy KmS PUIS THE BEE" - 9.205 THE BEE" "15.184
1 I fM.,1 manner. Th purpo of this (troup the program there were special ad- AS X XVU J X XAX J A A & A J ymJ KT X X A XXXU X X VJT
I will ho general promotional work, Includ- jres,es bv ,A. L. Burham, normal , i 1 V-k m c-4 A
, itT training inspector; Prof. Gaii Poweii, z- Second Paper - - 4,891 Second Paper - - 7,314
I pains, associate professor of rural education vmmm sr 7 x , .
1 .TXnrzn V2FfA Third Paoer - - - 4091 Third Paner - - - 3 097
ihk closed shop question, by a two to we Hosman, secretary, Nebraska Teach- f M Ag'M . J-lJ-llvl XOpCl ,VtX J.1XXXU lOCl tJfJO I
" i;twon. The judge, were? Earl u Ma.t ers association, who enrolled all L '
of the Lincoln Y. M. C. A.. Prof. John tv . ,. ' . .. . 1 etrtvl ,f '
xejinmg and J. h. CHorturf of College present in the state association. Ked I Ihif c - ,
View. The debata that n to have been Willow expects tO be a 100'per Cent mlmJ 1 'lU O .
h"Hd with Hastings was postponed because , . , . .....:
of the illness of the Hayings team. The COUnty in the association. JUT l- .'' mm - mm TT VT1
"tEHrEH y . HP. A JL-Jl! Jl M 1L uAI -.
i (I ius '-lo 'AdvcfuscFS aid lliose Wio
V b rfnouncea that the annual ctunt night, school debating team won a unan- not distres9 his famih. m l W WMMWU MMrf W V XW
I promoted by the Y. M. C. A., will be held imouS decision from the local ie- Years ago he determined i
I APTh.2s;nlor el." will begin rehearsals bating team. Prof. BengStOt I Of Ne- he would l,a.ve hi, own ' ,
I for .their play immediately following braska university, Prof. Stubblefield no.me .80n,e..,,!aJ TT A 11 A
I prlng vacation. The class Is departing r oan. rolleo-e and Mr Lbcke Of Pnde " Ju'lf'- T"e II 1 II II It
I frbm the usual plan and are producing -K? e S B 7 ? j j lu j u is no more noble aspna- II ll II II 11
f their own drama. It will be in the form the State Journal judged the debate. tion. in man's minds than 1 1 Vy(l II fill AM m (l V afimlPII df H YMt
of a musical drama written by B. Errol R. Gowdy presided. This is DeWitt S the hope ot owning one s II 1 111 11 II II II AJI 1011 VB fj fTll l ilA 1 II II f7 1 1 fl 1 fl W
iorK uouege . boU(ht thjg hom( Jt .
York debating teams lost and won from T?ll ' , Tvr' WM ,ile careful aavinir '
Hastings. The negative team, winning in DoHS LllingPOn Win! in was "'t.X . ' J-eJ
both debates. Monday the affirmative - ... t 1 J 1? . j-j -F i .
team will meet Kearney here The name Cambridge DecIaniatlOIt unt thai t did it. L?t - ' ,
C'"he PnUo'mVthean Literary society h nua'rtey at XTaUof j FOIVSL ljrOWlllfi abUSlllCSS. 01 2i DUS1I16SS tlliB't RDDGctrS "t0 SflOWe
a novel Japanese program and all pf the . f ; Cambridge with 10 con- 6 per annum, with ab- . O O 7 -IT 1 . ww 0W,T7
girls came drossed in Japanese costumes, tonum in uraDnagc amui ju w" solute security ll ,i T T iee . . .
n&SsS rtar- I there's nothing so good as advertising m a growing circulation.
Harvey Wimmer spoke on the subject ; . RESERVE 401,375 w .
1 Loie.- .j New readers of a paper mean new customers for your busi-
follows; President Myrvan B. Canon; jay j tlie pUJjhc schools. A fine jy ,,L - ' A w
S?7 wvsuii ness , and mean additional results to vour advertising The
dVofunteV v association ' uvkjo, aiiu iuv.au cvivuuivr 110,1 iouito lv JU1 auvciwoiiig,
iHtlglgHi'l b"d m'mt'" 1 1 readers of newspapers are drifting toward The Bee.' Let Bee
lHiPSr:r.r: ir" 1 1 1 1 J "J advertising "drift" these readers as customers toward your
proifram to be given in about two weeks. 4 m t , .
oelt supporting store. Keep pace with the growing value of The Bee as an
j br.efit of the Sandburr. ssmmmi i m '!
Grand Island College cEE? The pillar standing straight upon aClVertlSing HiedlUIxl.
rr ASnT.. tb,5!: d. . flfll its base 5cIf supporting and . V- '
? meeting of the Religious Education asso- Mil ,,n,L. f , - . " '
nation at Chicago. Ill capaoie or supporting other
The 22 members of the sophomore class I 1 1 1 1 , .
succeeded in furnishing the constituency i 1 1 1 1 tilings. I ftll 4 mm 1 al Wsl .
of orand Island college with an admirable II . " . 1 I L - '11 A M ll ! I I IfllOA
, . , :mm ' : 'I - n.(k. . ; r.r lheBee Average Circulahon forfebruary, 1922 .
J time it adopted a. constitution. - Mil -J- L. f- l j ' , ,
1 A dramatic presentation was given by . Ill Stands Upngllt On the SOIld tinan- .1 .
j various organisations of the Grand Island II II . , . .. I I L' 1 Pf f fmt
Si'ZZt--" cial basis of an ever stronger UallV " l5UO OUnCiaV - 7o.O5
.rrrvsrs. interest account at 1 )uvv yuuwajr tyxju
I urged the following: That the Y. M. C. A. Ill . L 1 f f t
undertake the management of s bureau II II WIS DaWC DCCORieS Capable 01 "
of employment; that the study of foreign 1 lilt " " '
missions receive more attention: that the II 1 1 SUPPOrtinff Self and Others. ' -
students plan a more deeply spiritual and 1 1 1 1 It O - ....
wm u,i 1 I rrn y1 fs. tl 1 1 t
Chadron Normal College ( e f ft V
The A. F. P. aociety gave a St. Patrick's 1 1 1 1 S . It av a. aask, aa. a&. I V
banquet in the gymnasium. Grean was l.lllllll i i JfT. . Ill 1 T S" JL" Tk. Jmk.
used In thj table decoraUons. A large ff I I I f 1 r fl Caw f TV ft T
fern occupied, the center of the table. , I I 11 I 1 I V W N. 1 ll 1 ll
Kellowtng .Ue dinner a short program I laMaaBaal 11 II 111 f" I MBaU
fS The Omaha National Bank Jl JJ. JJ.L JllllJul(LlLllil(LlL II JJvjXj
loom of the gym. Small tables were ar- " 1 1 mmmm ma mm " " tammm -
ranged about th vm ami the meets FaPRam at 17tfl frM -
enjoyed a contest . wiling Sapolie cube . nHHl eTl aUl OtTCei
-f Prisea were giren to those receiving high . ' MM 7 fy V 1
, oe!,"fnuf lZo. ""Kear Capital and Sovpiu, $2,000,000 ' ' morning Evening Sunday
I I served. e'
J I The class in Rxpreesien III presented
f c George Bernard Shwa tme-act pnty. "O- ' ' 0
I V Flaherty v. ?." The setting ia laid In ' . ' .
V J L Ireland, at Inb!ln Castle, an Irish re- a , , , , "
1 cruiting atalimn. during th summer of aaaaaaasSallaSillisallalaaaBllla