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THE JSKE: OMAHA. MONDAY. Al'ML JY. i-.
for Trip Abroad
Mi l!lr Iiraiuloii Nomi
natrt Many Other Ntnei
Filfil-Iowg U Wrll
atlaa4 Vrm paa Aw l
hcc on on French toil, asking
If' she it eligible for ilic i-oiitf.t, She
iwt certainly i. If raising a ton
to Uy his life cn the altar of liberty
I not a form of self-support, we do
t ut know the infilling of the rule
!y tl meant send in her n4ine and
uive hrr t lie opportunity of farming
one oi 1 he dotm ill delegation
Addrrt all communications to
Cooil Will F.ditnr, Omaha lire.
KII.C or THK ((TMT.
I Any nmn or lr ahnva th
f l. ixrlly or ahull aif ul.ix.f IIM
ltnt of llhr loo r Nbra. ut
'"! moral rhararli-r unit an.ubl 4u-
afioaal aunuaft). ta iiaim.
, All laH'IMatia mux a noniinalrd
tlitui lha nnmiuaiifli itliul
1. Summation prlU ut-n Sunday,
Ari 4; loara at nwn, Al-Hl it,
4, N.innn.Hi.M. ar mal by wrlltm
ttmni ii(Mu th .'-o'in.' of
III nuniin ami trr)in; at lral l
ti.inri of rioiiibl na who apurr
III ranaulal la rirlalil UH'IT Ida
lulra of aniry.
t. Noitiinalloa unla aa lot voir (or
nmy an lot of In will h
rr.HK.I lo any nuniin urnlcr Hula a.
7. Ilallntmc hina April 27 and rloara
t noon. lay It llallma In IN ln-al
nit or M'linrkH !" clom( lima
H l ici-lxl.
t. tin vol lll b rrrillioit to oa
jntr,l amlMltl" for aa.'ti I tnla ion.
iilbuiwt lonanl th otk of ih American
i'oruindlr far l'vatail rranc.
lb raiululat ri olvmi Hi araaleat
fmlr of Ultra lll ! tlwlarnl rlctrl
I'f ih luitara. hhuulil mot lhan on
andHlat l rnllllril la Ih award of ih
trip ( Franr, Ih on raoalvlna th
ratoal nuiiil'T of voti-a will h th offi-
11 htraU of ih delegation from this aec-
I. ' Should ih total of totea reai-h
Ito.OAA, two lra Kill awarded lha
trip lo Kranr and for each 40 90S volea
In ilitlllnn lo lno.Ood an additional ilrl
Hill l warded ih trip. Thraa flfuraa
rf to I he total number or .volaa raal
for all candidate. In th aloitlon and not
tti th vole of any on randldat.
1 1. Th numher of airla lo b awarded
IHo trip will be determined wholly on
I ho total numh.r of vote caet In tha
M Th randldat reeedt'ln- Ih great
u number of voiea will b regarded aa
a'at'Uinif In ' flrat oaltlun. th on re-
olvin Ih nut grraioat numher a. aland
ttia; in aoroml iotlllon, and ao down
tliiuali lha lint. Jn raa of a tie for
any pout II on rarh will he) rrcarderi aa
holdlnc that poaitoln. dinner a of trip
vf b ileierni'tied feordlna; to the num
ber o fvolea ra.t tor them Individually.
,11. In ra of Inability of any winner
i lak Hi li lp fur phyalral or other
reaaon, the flrl hnldinic Ih next po.ltlnn
lelow her In th final tally of voting will
b awarded her plure.
14. All expen.ee of th elected dele
cate'a will b paid from their home town.
Woman Dies; Mate
Hurt in Aecident
Car Smashed to Bits on West
Center Road Turns Over
Mrs. C. C Stevens. 29. 1722 1-2
Cuming street, was instantly killed
Sunday morning vhen the car her
hu.band was driving east on Center
street left the road near Fifty-sixth
street, hit a tree, skidded, and then
turned over after breaking two tele
phone posts.'. ,
The machine 'was broken to bits.
Mrs." Stevens' legs and arms were
broken and she was badly mangled.
The car was traveling at high speed.
Stevens was taken to Lord Lister
hospital, where his life is feared for.
Doctors said he possibly had inter
Fprmer Governor to Speak
J at Banquet of Breeders
;Tecumsch Former Gov. A. C.
Snallenbergcr of Alma has consented
tr come '.o Tecumseh April 22 and
ho one of the speakers at a banquet
tr be given by the Johnson County
Livestock Breeders and Poultry as
sociation. The banquet will be served
by the Woman's club. Two hun
dred are expected to attend.
: Contest Held in McCook
McCook The district declama
tory contest of southwest Nebraska
held in McCook, resulted: Donald
-Campbell of Stamford, first in ora
torical; Doris Ellimgson, Cambridge,
first in dramatic Vivian Carlson,
Axtcll, second; - Lester Peterson,
Bertrand, first in humorous; Mar
guerite Johnson, Holdrege, second.
The judges were Dr. French, Prof
fessor Martin,, Professor Dunn, all
o Hastings college.
Aid to Amateurs
Principles of Wireless Should
Be Learned First,
Radio has taken Omaha like it has
taken every other city by storm.
All seem to be enthused over the
game, but radio 'sets and equipment
are hard to get. Dealers merely
throw up their hauds and say the
orders must wait until the manu
facturers put, out more products.
The demand exceeds the supply. No
relief is expected for at least three
months. Local dealers will take or
ders for sets and equipment but will
make no promises on delivery
though their forte is r "First come,
With radio still an experimental
factor in the middle west, the ma
jority of those interested in the
game will want instructive literature.
Experts say the best results are
obtained with the aid of instructive
booklets. With that in view .the
Redio editor of The Bee recommends
that the amateur learn the principles
of radio fromv:"The A." B. C of
Radio," which can be purchased from
dealers in radio or front newsstands.
Bee AVant Ads Are Busincss-
Gttlcrs, , v
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The Dancing Master
Muotxill I Mix. aowtlrf airi, I eu.
Mm ke ell ami, law. It be ta
kail, ah feel .' ta aMMraa aw
taM tt Wdr. b ma la tewfe sex
lha aar alaiaaa la ata mm,
The aata antea la lb aifcla- aba
lake any aw ta Tat Mata. a a
lei-, wlib .aaia 11 I tali a t
daar. f luk4b' reUllie tall mm Mai
b la aWa! Iaai laat mt m iaa
M. im iaai aaa m a i am aa
(ia. fal aaraaa ta leat a ta daae.
a'a' raabllf tbat Madaai
aaaii. a laia.Mi learaw. t laat
ehara af a. WHI faaw. a Beallbf
, la I pat Ik Mil. tea fa
wU aliaa all rl aa4 ritava. laat
a la M bta a lib hi.. Maa beaaaiia
tall la blf lb alrt bewie. t rre fee-
pi l a rarf air a)hla IM
aaiitlr r.tai. Mall aallb. aa
eaiiar, flaa UlaaWla ) be I
rviara la be bm la Miiaaty. 4
rof, riual-rib MNetpertr.Hr a
Metia, Pal ateaeiaff aarlaer. f a
fltlta la aearyi
((aallaued fraaa aalarday )
"And you tell me about youriftf.
Xetta laid pretently. "I hear mad
nine it tlciisnted with the way you re
cttiiiir on. and they aay tlut rarm
rr'a fallen in love with you." She wai
.'rawing entirely upon her inugina
lion, but it sratified her to tee th
anery contusion in F.liabetR'i face,
It a abtureu; I hardly ever ee
him. the protested, "and I don t like
him at all. I have to work hard, of
rourte, but maddiue ii kind in her
way. but oh I the houte it inch
inuddly place! Nothing it ever in or
tier; meal are never at the fame
tune any two davt."
She laughed ruefully. "I tuppote
:'. tiiiv to mimi.
"I think I could put up with tittle
things like that if there were enough
compensation. Nctta aid cynically.
"I suppose Farmer paid for thee
clothes.'" the added, touching the
sleeve of Elizabeth's frock.
"Y-ycs I fiippote to," said Eliza
Tat will be interested when I tell
Mm I met you." the elder girl went
on after a moment. "We're going
out to a show tonight; its the first
I ve been to since that accident."
"J it: fclizabetli s face grew
wistful; it seemed as if it must have
been only in a dream that she had
danced with Koyston.
I suppose you re kept pretty
close. . JSetta resumed. "I mean
you're not allowed to be teen about
much, Madame s always like that.
Pat says she believes in keeping peo
ple" up her sleeve till the very last
minute and then springing them out
on the world.
i suppose she docs, l ve never
been out alone until todav. but this
afternoon I felt that I couldn't stand
th house any more, so I broke rules.
and I'm glad I did now I've met
bhe touched -Sottas hand affec-
North Loup Prepares for
Annual Popcorn Days
Xorth Loup As the center of one
oi the chief popcorn Diamine and
shipping districts in the United
states, North Loup annually cele
bratcs two or more days as "Pop'
corn days," at which times all the
principal exhibits usually seen at the
state fair are collected and arranged
by a committee of experts and the
days are filled with every popular
means of entertainment the public,
large crowds generally being in at
tendance to enjoy the various events
pulled off. The officers who will ar
range the next series of events and
have control of this year's exhibit
are H. L. Johnson, chairman; Kent
Manchester, secretary, and R. L.
Harvest Festival Planned
for Sidney in October
Sidney Cheyenne county is to
hold a harvest festival in Sidney dur
ing October. .The plans are to hold
it for three days with baseball in the
morning and afternoon of each day,
between local teams of the county.
There will be no races or carnival in
connection with the festival, but the
entire attention will be given , to
Cheyenne county products, in all
lines of endeavor.
Farmers Near Wymore Plan ,
to Use More Horses This Year
Wymore Owing to the reason
able price of horses and feed a host
of farmers are preparing to use
horsepower for farming operations
this year. A local harpessmaker has
already oiled more than 300 sets of
harness and has enough to keep him
busy for two weeks.
Shot by Wife. .
Clifford Green, 2730 Burdette
street, was shot- by his wife, Liddel,
during a quarrel in their home last
night. The bullet struck Green in
the right "leg.
Will Be Installed
on New Lightship
A new lightship, the first to be
equipped with . radio, will be sta
tioned by the United States light
house service on Diamond Shoals,
off Cape Hatteras, the "Graveyard
of the Atlantic."
The vessel, to be known as Light
ship No. 105, will replace the light
ship that was sunk by the guns of
a German submarine on August 5,
1918. Since the destruction of that
vessel many ships have been
wrecked on the shoals.
In addition to the most powerful
lights ever installed on a lightship,
the new vessel will be equipped with
three distinct fog signals. These "in
clude a steam chime whistle, a sub
marine bell and an automatic radio
R. J. . Marek, Iodpno'''. h-
Can you give me a simple formula to
figure out the wave length? To give
best results should the crystal de
tector be in series or parallel with
Answer A meter is the equivalent
of 328 feet. Measure the length of
your wiring from the extremity of
aerial to ground and multiply by
3.28. Result will be wave length in
meters. Phones should be in parallel
with detector. . -
Iwii.trly, "Are ou ttill t Mr. S il
eum' f ht atktd.
"Vet. it'a flifp. and hc pot
lut lt bad old g'H.
I should like lo le Wk there
with you," t-Jwabeth t d.
NVtta iaushed scornfully.
That' what yon say, I ilon'l U
trvt vou. thoUi.li.
"It" quilt liue. They were both
silent (or a minute; then ttibeth
laid; ''Walter inrth came to tee
me today, M fluthed tell-cou
srioutly. "I.ttild you about liim
"Vet. the man down lo the court
try who warned to marry you. What
did be want tint tune.'
"The tame thing, He a-ked me
to tfo bat k with mm.
Netta nude a little griuure.
Of courte you aid. 'Ve,
pleater the a.kcd with mk.mii.
Khiahrtti shook her head.
"1 didn't. Somehow 1 couldn't I
think he wai very much hurt poor
bhe did not tell Nctta at whote
suggestion he had come or what he
had been told of her.
o that a two people I ve km to
day," the went on presently. "Two
1 never expected to tee Waiter
and vou. 1 wonder if there'll be
third?" ller eyes grew wittfut.
Netta glanced at her watch.
"Lord. I mutt be off! She began
putting on her gloves. I m going
to pay the bill." She grabbed it
aay Irom Llizabcth. "Well. 1 in
glad to have tern you again." the
said, more kindly, "and glad that
you did wriie, even though we never
got the letters."
I did write, klizabctn taid ear
She was reluctant to part with
Netta. She said goodhy to her out
aide the shop and walked on sadly,
Netta had her own interests and
affairs. Perhaps it was at true of
her as she had said it was of Roys
ton, that the had "got over it long
ago, if there had ever been anything
to get over:
"If I could only tee him. if I could
only see him. If only he would
turn the corner of the.road: if only
by some miracle., lie: , would come
alone the nathwa-r toward her.
She went back home, to find that
Mme. brnestis had not vet returned,
Naughty, very naughty!" the old
housekeeper chided her. "But it is
good madame will not know; she has
not returned; but, monsieur" she
indicated the closed door of the
salon "monsieur he come, and he
wait, she added smilingly. -
"Monsieur? Who?" Elizabeth
asked. There was no hope in her
heart now. She knew perfectly well
that Royston would not come there
to see her. but she felt a little thrill
of apprehension when the studio door
opened and Neil. Farmer came out
into the hall.
"I was afraid mv natcicnce was not
to be rewarded," Farmer said. "I
have waited for you an hour, fair
"Have you? I am sorry. I sup
pose I ought not to have gone out,
but I was so tired of the house."
Have they been treating you as a
prisoner?" he askedi it'That cannot
be allowed. T have been with
madame this afternoon, and I think
when you see her tonight she will
have some good, news for you. In
the meantime, I ani going to, take
you out to dinner."
fclizabeth s eyes dilated.
"Take me alone?" she asked ap
prehensively. 1 - - -
He smiled and shook his head.
"No such good fortune. Madame
will join us later; she sent me back
to tell you." He glanced at his watch.
It is nearly 6; ean you get dressed
in en hour it 1 call then.'
"Yes; but . . " .
He laughed. "I can allow no 'buts.'
shall call for you in an hour. I
have persuaded, madame that all work
and no piay makes Jill a dull girl,
and I sm sure you will agree." He
turned to the door; his manner was
purely friendly. "In an hour, then,
Au re voir." . ,
(Continued In Th Bee Tomorrow.)
"difference fa. Casnffldbes
From the instant you open the generous sized
package till they're tucked away in great and tiny
"bread-baskets," Kellogg's Corn Flakes are a de
light! You can't even look at those big sunny-brown
flakes, all joyously flavored, crisp and crunchy, with
out getting hungry! Kellogg's are never leathery
or tough or hard to eatthey're just wonderful!
Such a spread for big and little boys and girls
the sweetheart of fine white corn kernels deliciously
flavored and deliciously toasted in Kellogg's own
way! You can't imagine anything more
Alt Bktat of KELLOGG'S HUMBLES aad
ll XI ' M
CNMII ZI mmJ 1 Xl HI I WMIlII
of Race for Life
Cuiunl Liner Cha.fd for Half
Hour While People on Vr
rl Line l)frki. Dumb
New Vwk, April 16 The Hry
of gigantic waterspout whU
thrd the Cunard liner Carmaiu'a
halt an hour and then fuddenty iub
tided when it wat almott upon the
hard driven thlp. wai told by offi
cm and pattcngert when the vete!
arrived alter round trip to me
The lin'r was about unlet out
of New York when the tuout wat
lighted. At firtt. pattengere taid.
it appeared at a flight ditiurbanee
bf water about 80 miles south of the
tiern. Then the waet were twitten
and churned and hurled skyward
with terrific force in an cver-in-
creating volume, while myriad colors
played through the angry mast of
For a time, the said, it flood
ttrll while Cant U. W, Melton, after
pronouncing it a big waterspout, or
dered the Imrr tent ahead at tun
speed. At almott the tame moment,
the spout teemed to take wingt and
ruth alter the bitt thin. .
1'attengert crowded aft.- Smoke
bclrhcd from the thip't funnelt
while the Carmania ttrained every
atom of its strength to escape. At
the spout traveled, it grew larger,
It widened rapidly and towered high
in the air, throwing oil tons ot
At first passengers thought it just
a wonderful phenomenon. They be
gan to bet on its speed, on whether
it could catch the boat, or past it.
Then at it towered in the Carmania't
wake, gaining rapidly, it suddenly
occurred to them that it carried cer
tain death with it that the race
was one for life.
Ihe spout continued to gain until
it was almost on the ship. The
passengert huddled, awe stricken,
along the decks watching the on-
i . ,
coming mass oi water, ji nau oniy
to reach out for the ship and it
subsided as suddenly as it had risen.
Five minutes later there was nothing
to show there had been any dis
turbance of the placid ocean.
Krug Park to Open
Fifth Season May 13
Omaha's favorite amusement park
opens its fifth season Saturday, May
U. I he park is having its usual
"spring house cleaning." The many
rides are being overhauled and put
in shape and the dance floor, con
sidered the finest in the west, is be
ing scraped and repolished.
A. W. Palmer, park manager, who
has engaged extra help for the scar
son, assures every one attending on
opening night a good time. Over
M) societies and organizations have,
in advance of the park's opening,
secured dates on which to hold their
annual picnics and outings.
Hamilton County Launches
Drive on Tubercular Cattle
Aurora. A drive is being made in
Hamilton county to secure the ex
amination of all dairy cattle to elim
inate tuberculosis. Films are being
run in the picture houses and adver
tising, which demonstrates the value
of dairy products, is prominently dis
played in the store windows. The
farmers and dairy men are respond
ing promptly to the demand for the
eradication of tubercular cattle.
Kapp to Surrender.
Berlin. April 16. The Lokalan
Zeitung reproduces a . letter ad
dressed to the Leipsic supreme court
from JJr. Wolfgang Kapp, leader of
the Viv rebellion, now living in
Sweden, announcing his intention to
surrender for 'trial at the end of
"Crispy an crunch? art all-tha-tima-cracklyl
An' never tough
or leathery I Gee, what would
happen if Kellocg's got all eated
up before tomorrow!
joyous to eat at any hour.
Kellogg's Corn Flakes are childhood's
ideal food! Kiddies can eat as much as
they can carry! Every mouthful makes
for health, for sleepy-time-stomachs!
Don'tf just ask for "corn flakes" ! You
say KELLOGG'S the original kind in
the RED and GREER package!
KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooktd taJ kmklei
Mi.ionari Arm Here
for Alliance Conference
Olivrr Jtmrt F.stluud and wife
ht arrived from St. Paul, when
they attended the Alliance Training
home for mUtioiurict, They will
lsnuiiit m the alliance conference,
opening in Omaha April 23.
"We anticipate a big, furrettful
roiilerenfe. Mr, tattlmid said. "I
rue been atked t- etnUin the work
of the alliance, which wat founded
years ag by the late Key. A. B.
Simpaon. Our work it iiiierdenomi.
national. Our tnrmheri are alto mem
ber t of the several churches. W e en-
hit iho.e who believe they have been
callt-d to the mini. try or to foreign
iniaklon. Our appeal it largely to
the tung people in and out of the
churches. We teaih and preach the
pure goancl of Jetut thrift and we
are mt primarily concerned with the
tevrral creeds, yet we do not neces
sarily discard tiirm. w t seek to cre
ate a profound interett in our work
by both old and young. Our confer
ence here the 2Jd it to promote nop
ular interett in our work. We expect
a Urge attendance.
Tag Campaign for Benefit
of City Mutton Kaisci 7,000
The tag campaign on Saturday
netted $7.1XX) for the work of the
City Mission in Omaha, according
to an etiimate by Mrs. K, L. Iindget,
one of the majors in the canvassing
J hroughout the day BOO taggert
to your druggist
Stops Pain Instantly
The simplest way to end a corn is
Blue-jay. A touch stops the pain in
stantly. Then the corn loosens and
comet out Made in two forms a
colorless, clear liquid (one drop does
it!) and in extra thin plasters. Use
whichever form you prefer, platters
or the liquid the action is the same.
Safe, gentle. Made in a world-famed
laboratory. Sold by all druggists.
rree. Writm RatirrA Blatk. Chicago. Dmi.lll
for voluabU book, "Comet Can oM art."
On of our famom art undwlchea ant
your chnira of a rup of coffoa or a bot
II of Alamtto Mil.
Olltr for Wwk f APRIL 17 to 22
Auditorium Tuesday, April 188:30 P. M.
This Hill m i
were busy ditpenting Htite rd hrn
tor donation! of money. Kith and
poor alike contributed to the caue.
Among the larger donert were
Harry Adaint, Fred Jlovey and
THEY'RE ON THE WAY!!!
A Trainload of
I mi 4 mm.
loaoi w. a.
LANSING MCH APL 14
ANDREW MURPHY AND SON
TRAINLOAD WILL LEAVE HERE THE FIFTEENTH
THE EIGHTEENTH OR NINETEENTH WILL WIRE
DURANT MTR WKS
4 -cylinder, 6-passenger Car .....if, 898.50 at Omaha
4-cylinder, o-passenger Sedan ... 1495.00 at Omaha
6-cylinder, 5-passenger Car . . . . , 1800.00 at Omaha
6-cylinder, 5-passenger Sedan .... 2600.00 at Omaha
ANDREW MURPHY &
14th and Jackson Sts.
Don't Miss It Nor Wait Until
Tuesday to Get Your Tickets
Everett ButUiigluin, cat ft of whom
give rhrikt lr Slik). Waller Head
gave $110 and fruited h hrJ.ur.
tert' w oi krri to lunih. It. r. hiuiih
brought in a chevk for fiO,
aTKiNt. ita mintu ao.vte
The DURANT four and lix-cylinder car it the personal product
of W. C. DURANT, organizer and former president of the
General Motors Co.
It ia the aucceiaful result of vast and aucceaaful experience in
supervising the building of over 2,000,000 automobiles.
Miss DuPont will be at Andrew Murphy
& Son Sale Rooms 11 :30 a. m. Monday
Among ioniitr Oiu!iu tthn tn
thetkt (or the tu imdt't
Wattle. Iu!)ou4, Ca't donat
WILL ARRIVE OMAHA
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