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Recent Shakeup in
I'rfki'Ifnt Sajs Dismissal of
Dirrrlor ami Pulsion Uun
JVccrary to Protftt Gov
By GRAFTON WILCOX.
Wellington, April II. Vmihnt
Harding pol officially today with
rrgard to hi rrcfnt Iimisl
thf smiie o( t'e ilircuor and
division tuprrinirnilrnH oi lite
bureau of engraving- ami printing,
declaring that hii Mpiug action
ua ncesarv to give mniplrte
assurance of protection to ihe gov
eriimrni'i interest and that he had
no apology to make fr it.
The preiirimt alo pnhlifly de
dared, referring to triticUm of hi
action as bearing on the civil srrviif,
that he proposed to maintain "every
regard for the civil ervice law," hut
"If i refponMble executive head
may not take such anion as in
deemed necessary for the good of
the public service, then Mich an inhi
bition on the power of the execu
tive ought to be made very ckar to
con;;re!i, to government cnipl"ve
and to the American public, to which
all are answerable."
President Harding made hii com
ments on the incident which still it
tirring the capital, in a letter to
Luther C. Steward, president of the
National Federation of Federal Em
ployes, who had written a letter pro
testing against the discharge of the
bureau of engraving official. In re
plying to the president' letter. Mr.
Steward and Miss Gertrude McNally,
secretary of the women's union of
the bureau of engraving and printing,
accepted an invitation from the presi
dent to aid him in securing the high
est efficiency in government service,
but reiterated complaints that the
discharged government employes
were unfairly dealt with.
Fremont Claims Lincoln
Favored by Traffic Rules
Lincoln, April 11. The Fremont
Commercial club, through its traffic
commissioner filed complaint with
the state railway commission against
the ' Northwestern railroad. It
charges that by the traffic rules in
force on two of the road's branch
lines Lincoln jobbers and merchants
are favored at the expense of cor
responding interests at Fremont.
Complaint filed with the commis
sion by Carleton Community club
against the St. Joseph and Grand
Island railroad charges that rates to
Carleton are nearly 30 per cent higher
than to Davenport, eight miles dis
tant. Davenport has two railroads,
the Grand Island and the North
western, while Carleton has but one.
Personality Is Greatest
Force, Says Psychologist
' Personality is the greatest dynamic
force of the universe, according to
Dr. J. M. Fitrgerald of Chicago, vo
cational counselor ' and ' character
analyst, who spoke on "The Person
ality of the Salesman" at the meet
ing of the Omaha Advertising-Selling
league at Hotel Fontenellc Mon
day evening. , . .
"Men tajte each other's measures
the first time the meet," he declared.
"We should chart our passions, our
desires, our prejudices. Friendship is
to be desired. Cultivate a centralized
will." , - '
Dr. II. von W. Schulte of Creigh
ton introduced him. Ruth Stonehouse
and her Dixie Syncopators enter
tained with music. .
U. S. Grants Extradition j
for Man Wanted in England
Key West, Fla., April 11. -Federal
officials here were notified that the
State department at Washington had
granted the British request for ex
tradition of Vernon Bracklchurst,
who as mate of the British schooner
Lewis Brotheni, is charged with hav
ing murdered its master, Capt. J. B.
Chute, a British subject, on the high
seas. . .-,!,'.'.;
The Dancing Master
I; RUBY M. AYK&
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la aa la Mutmmm kMh' kaaw. ka ka
a taraaall rtlaar Milk I'al a4 tluratrra
aka la la M Mk kim. Maoaata araaalia
laka I ha girl ia krr smmm. a aa
Mk Ilia a)
(CBnilnu4 tram ianj I
She rared 1 titan nothing what
farmer' thought of lirr. Mie erected
him coldly when lie arrived. He iid
brought his own car, an cttraiagaut
ly smart affair eiumelrd jn 'alet
gray and nphoUtered to match,
f.liabeth thought it perfection: ktie
told him that she had ncur ridden
in ftuch comfort in tier life. "It nuM
be wonderful to have one for your
very own," she aid.
lie looked down at her. Welt, why
not?" he asked. "There arc others
lo le got. I aure you, or you are
only too welcome to the ne of mine
whenever you like. 1 will teach you
There was an air of ownership in
the way he spoke, and Lluahcth
shrank from him a little.
"Oh, no. thank you." she said
quickly, "1 should be too frightened
to drive, anyway."
Ife laughed. "1 fhall ak madamc
if I may give you leont," he said.
"After all" he stopped abruptly.
struck by a certain coldness in the
girl's face, and hurriedly changed the
subject, asking how the dancing was
"I do my best, but it's much more
difficult than I thought." she admit
ted. "They are not working you too
bardr he asked. I will not have vou
worked too hard," and again hat
little note crept into his voice which
Elirabeth vaguely resented.
"Oh, no," she said. She glanced
back at Mme. Senestis, who had
taken the back seat othe car uncom
plainingly, and wished it was possible
for them to change places. She never
felt at her ease with Farmer.
He saw the glance and misinter
"She cannot hear , what we arc
saying," he said in an undertone,
"and I want to talk to you. Will
you lunch with me alone one day?"
She flushed nervously.
"Oh. I couldn't."
"Why not?" He frowned, lis
was not used to having his invita
tions so emphatically refused.
Elizabeth shook her head.
"I don't know at least, I don't
think madame would like it."
."I will manage her," he said light
ly, ff that's all you're worrying
It was not all that she was worry
ing about, although she did not like
to say so. but they reached the res
taurant before there was time for
Elizabeth kept close to Mme. Sen
estis as they walked down the long
room; her nervousness increased
when she saw at a table quite close
to theirs her cousin Dolly, lunching
with the same rather vapid youth
who had escorted her to the dance.
' Dolly saw Elizabeth at once, and
n,2 Last 2 Times
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By David Belatco
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$2.50 and $3. Matinee, 50c, $1.00,
$1.30, $2 and $2.50; 2nd Balcony Re
served. Good Seats Still Available.
50 cents to $3.50
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;a flu- h 4 iiiw'i) isg'r fiued vf
! Mme, ,nct toml'.fd l;liletiri
I "it down, petite," he 4d sharply.
"At wlMl U It ! are Unking?'
"My roum Ue i over hre ;t
the tttxt title"
"Ve, I saw lr, I lmy that
neither yoii mr I r in ber good
book jut at I'rcwitt, Miss t'onjers.
He pail J.liaSeth evtravsgaut (t
Unii'Mi during butch; be lurdly
ike 10 Mme, rneMi. and, to
Fli?4hetV amjemriu. the French
woman did not wem 10 mind,
Oine, whni Farmer bad mft them
to ansvtrr a mrpage tlMt was
brought to him, she pek rather
slurply to Fliabftn,
"oi are not nice m Miurf I ar
inrr. You mut be! I insist! Think
what be docs for yon."
F.liiabrth drew back in amiue
"Not nice to bint? Why, I-I
don't like him," she stammered.
Madame shrugged her shoulders.
"Vou like, or you do not like, what
doe it matter " she aked coldly.
"He pay. that i all to trouble you.-
A w.iiter came to lUiaheth ju-t
then; he carried a not oil a tray.
"For you. pleae, niiss."
F.tiahetii fluhed as lle touk it
up; she knew it was from Dolly be
fore he read the penciled lines:
"I want to speak to you. Will
you come lo my table for a moment,
or will you meet me somewhere af
Mme. Scne-tti a watching curi
ctily and Fli'ihcth liaudcd her the
"What shall I do?" he aked.
M.idame shrugited her shotilders
"he is your cousin, you say; go
and speak to her."
Elizabeth crossed the room reluc
tantly; the vapid-faced youth had
cone, and Dolly indicated his empty
"I'lease sit down."
"I can only stay a minute if you
want to speak to me." ,
Dolly flushed. "Vou can sit down,
anyway- can't you, unless you waul
all the room to stare."
Elizabeth obeyed. Farmer bad re
joined Mme. Senestis, and she knew
they were both watching her.
Dolly knew it too, and her lips
trembled when she began to speak.
"What are you -doing with Neil
"He asked us tp lunch."
"How did you get .to know him?"
It was only with difficulty that Do!
If could control her voice.
Elizabeth did not know how to re
ply. Finally she said. "I was intro
duced to hiin the night I -I danced
at that ball with Mr. Koyston"
"I sec." There was a little silence,
then Dolly broke out again with a
passionate quiver in her voice, "Is it
true that he is backing you? Every
one says so, but I did not believe it
I know he's rich, but I don't be
lieve he'd be such a such a fool."
Elizabeth flushed "to the roots of
"It's quite true," she said coldly.
(Cnntlnurd In The Bee Tomorrow.)
Probe Tax Returns
of Governor Small
Apt nt uf Kefnu I)fiarlnient
,Wi?iml in Atteii'l Trial vt
Illinois- 1 acc tit ive on
lliicauo, April II An im ela
tion by federal government aecnts
of the income tan returns made by
Governor Leu Small, Vernon furti.
a banker, and I rcd Steiliug, former
state ireamrer, all of wlmtu ate fac
iug trial 011 chaigi-s of conspiracy in
connection with llic alleged rmbei
rlrmcnt of state fuud. has been be
gun, it was reported here lat night
According to mii'i omciai 01 me
ii'ternal revenue department, an
agent has been asigned to investi
gate and report alt information that
he may collect. He lu been in
structed to attend the trial of (iover
nor Small, which is scheduled to
start at Waukegan before Judge
Clair C. Edwards next week.
Man Mining fur 11 Years
Located hy Potofficc
Wooter, O., April II. The new-
ly introduced syMmi of using the
potoiiicc organization in searching
for miing persons was instrumental
in locating Earl L. Watts, who left
Orrville, this county II years ago.
Watts, known lo be in the west
w.k found at Ovando, Mont.
His presence is desired in this
inmiiH' in aiUr 10 settle tip an
I Uie tf wlmii be U ail heir,
I Bills Found in River
Stolen From Treasury
W ..I. ,.,.! Anrit 1 1 n-Viotmimi of
I fit imtlr ni ilia luiilinif ljkt Fri-
fd4v ff the tuikace of SS treaury
Ii.IU 111 the IVtmiuc rvcr near the
bureau of riigravinii and printing wis
announced lat riigbt by thief Moran
of the secret emce, who said thai
the hilts were a part ef a bundle of
I.INU) frhcrts, each containing four tS
notes stolen fnuii the bureau at out
a year ago.
Clivinu C. Dunn of Potomac,
V. former watchman at Ihe bureau.
hIio wa arretted in February for
vaning $1 bdU raled to $5. Mr.
Mora n mid. admitted burying a por
tion of the 1.IHMI sheets in the swampy
t.ir.d near the river and more of the
bills were iocated there yesterday by
Samuel Shiflett of rtomac. who
found the first package last week.
Frrnrh Againd Women
IU-comin ( of C, Mcnilicrs
I'aris. April tl Ktturns of a ref
erendum taken by all Chamber! of
Commerce in France as regards the
eligibility of women for election to
chambers show that the maiority are
not in favor of women holding mch
The returns from Lyons state that
the administration of justice in com
mercial tribunals demands qualities
of calm and impassibility which are
rarely found in the female character.
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Last Times Friday
A Story of the Wnt
CIIAS. RAY in "The Barnstormer"
RbTifiTs "The Leather Pushers"
The Most Talked-About Picture in the World
8:15 P. M.
Special-Miss DuPont in Person
Reserved Seat Now on Sale for All Performances
EVENINGS, 8:15 50c, 75c and $1.00; Boxes, $1.50
MATINEES, 2:15 25c and 50c; Boxes, 75c and $1
Colorado COAL Lump
Smokeleaa and Sootltu Reic rented at tha Yard
PER TON $10.50 DELIVERED
Nic Lars Lumps
Dalivarae, $9.5Q " Taa
DaUvarea, 8.50 Fmr T
LAST TIMES TODAY
have to tell
"3 Live Ghosts"
If ye have tear of laughter,
Prepare to ahed them now! I
YOUR LUNCHEON 35c
A complete luncheon (or this price
prepared by Omaha' best known
chef, ALFRED JONES.
HOTEL CASTLE CAFE
AND CAFETERIA ,
wo shows m.Mt.
BIG TIME VAUDEVILLE AND
LAST TIMES TODAY
.11:30 A. M. Continuous to '
11:00 P. M.
HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY
"Look Pleasant Please"
THE JOY PICTURE
in "THE HIGH SIGN"
KATHRYN MacDONALD in tha
Shoplifter Al& Parole Uosrd
fur Reformatory IntrsJ
of PrUon Term.
Lincoln, Arnl II. (Spett!.)
Through tlwir trr, Grace SU4e suJ
Mud Robion, Onuha iti.
tlra-le4 today before the Mate board
of pardoni and parole to be permit
ted to serve iciiicncei for ihoplifu
ing in Lincoln at iht ute reforma
tory at Yoik inlraf of in tlie U!e
penitrntiary at Lincoln. v
Thry wrre senicnced to one to
seven yeara in the penitentiary by
the Lancanter eounly district court
and appealed to the state supreme
Ten daya ago the aupreme court
refused to reverse their aentenee
and ihey were given 30 dayi in which
to prepare to enter priiou.
Judge W. R. llauinn of Onuha.
former dean of the Univeraity of Me-
.ilk4 I'Hte of ls, h !ru
-t' I'll llial f tt- v4U d- liaiill
g.wd for tl.r kmU at Vaik," It II4
the boaid, "and Ihen, !'. itiey iJi
t.i tfp the rutium of ihe temut'
lurv" Ilia sutrrt strut lonutusl
a the iudiie lraited ihnr rue,
ktwtoA uitli iltm i4j& a aislr
in Uw, itaia Mrtcalt. who snue lu
liven I'll 'It to a stiii.l and wa never
If saw aia aat atraae ar lt
Ki wo II ta aanlf saaSa
aimam snl a kaai koto
laa raa " kwa lai vwa.aa)
waia soilNrnt t.aMNI Ht4.
Kail sa t t siaia tsborta
al HI 1ATKI' lhlJ "
Ilia p .
Tha) lot ' tWMi
aa4 f ham aaurk '" ha
auad. Mr J s-sasaada
lt,M im and "
kiha4 al Ihon tsKsasaad trajt.
OKiurn sjuloaMfi. kasainl
Ins M a.raldlra ali.
fartiaai a sums rsAliasnl, Al
all fand dtualarta.
liird, and I lim a lUiintisseu, wlia
was gveii Ihe same iiirii '
ifi, tm iroled tiim 'he ben-f
L.tli-iihtii' K'rlt . Aonl II (Spe.
tlal Ululf4 ur4l HI4I
frame build'ng,' wa destroy
Malwaa t.il t:ia-eary h,,mi I II
"RbLrfc'aS i REVUE"
On s U ! a4 Classlast U
A faia at OawHia A.tl.U n
Im AliMoa Ua
ImHm tl.'U Vl.j J... JAa
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Mo".. I so. i nTaTTl
at. a.4 ftaa. Nuats. IM ta l0
tarn II I Sat. s4 Sua
K.st UUr6H MAUK MlrtfJ
lire Want Ads Ait Uunnm-Ccttera.
On the Famous
Tatar, tlmoustna - 320
Can pa - -
r. O. B. Dttrott
In the- new Hudson Coach you get tha
wanted closed car qualities.
Yet the cost is less than 6 per cent above
that of the open models.
Great quantity production makes such price
possible. Most motorists will find their full
requirements of comfort, utility and fine
closed car distinction' amply met by
Come see it soon. Just a drive will do much
to make it your choice.
v-w init af S 1 tv ((ic
The smartest complete
Easter Outfit In our store ,
will be awarded to some I"
man or woman
' FREE ?
Value of a Charge Account
And our books today contain thousands of ac
. tlve accounts among which can be numbered
some of Omaha's best dressed men and young
men. The reason is value combined with Lib
eral Credit accommodations.
i ?n .?arday evening, wav.v.v.wvaw.v.w.v.vjvav.v.".
3 April 15th, 8 o'clock. Ask w.y 17 . jjt 1 ,
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I No Purchase Necessary!
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In "fan la aeltMirMaV
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