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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1922)
THE HKE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. APRIL IS. 1922.
THE TALE OF.
A HF F D 1
An Interrupted Ntp.
Nuiitlr. lt Uwn. Hole ay into
the wood! wlnlr ln mother Vm
t'.ttftmg. Afl'l hr lie -went N
tvk $ttt nut to di.imb her.
He ttrriul ro to tri on a in
Kl Imik. I .r jogng lie he
ktrw ilut tlie .oiitij o( a breaking
lm rtiougli to rome hi mili
er wiuuily out ol the ikre.t Wp,
Ai.J lie nude kqre Out he didn't rt
In little irrl vn any atone., l or h
lite tlut t tlie, turret click of a
Ikm'I It mother Mould liind up and
di'mrer tlut lie dad left her.
S Ninilile trod only upon tlir o(t
cr.rl rf pint nrr die , and nude not
tle i(litrt roi.e.
Mranwliilr mother Ut rve.
(nil) onor a pcu'rfully a any
IhmIv ran ho it l x t .taper and
eri tne rar always finked to
iih cmy Mir in the forrt.
She never mUtril her ion at i'I
until ulie found hrr.rlf auddeuly
wide a ake and on ltrr feet, rradv 11
run. Not nering Nimlile hr.ide hrr.
tor a moment or two lir forgot l e
tit a child. Hrr only thought was
to fire from the creature that Mat
craliin(r through the unrierhruoti be
yoml the old olutie wall and draw
nit? nearer to hrr every mutant.
It wa a wonder that kite didn't
Hcr I am!" Nimble answered.,
dash off then and there. Indeed she
took one leap before she remember
ed who she was and that she had a
youngster named Nimble.
Then, of course, she stopped
short and looked wildly around. Hut
she saw no little spotted fawn any
where. She had been startled enough, be
fore, roused as she was out of a
sound sleep. And now she was tcr
"Nimble!" she called. "Where ari
Here I am! Nimble answered.
Even as he spoke he burst into sight,
leaping the stone wall in such a
way that his mother couldn't help
feeling proud of him.
'What's the matter?" she cried.
"Who's chasing you?"
"Nobody's chasing me," Nimble
told her. "When 1 saw the Fox I
(iirncu nack- nere.
'-sTti I'nxt" his mother exclaimed.
'Well, lie won t dare loucn you
while I am with you." She began
to breath easily again. In' it was on
ly a fox she certainly didn't intend to
rim. "Where did you see the Fox?"
"He was right over my head,"
"My goodness f his mother
gasped. "That was dangerous. Was
he on a bank above you?"
"He was in a tree," Nimble re
His rother gave him a queer look.
"What's that?" she asked him
sharplv. "In a tree. What did he
look like? Was he red?"
"He was grayish, and he had black
rings around his long bushy tail;
and his long pointed nose stuck out
from under a black mask."
"Nonsense!" cried Kimble's moth
er. "You didn't sec a fox. You saw
Nimble was puzzled.
"You told me once," he reminded
his mother, "that a fox was a sly
fellow with a bushy tail and a long
pointed nose. And this person in
the tree had'.'
"Yes! Yes!" said his mother. "Now
listen to what I say. A Fox is red.
And his tail has no rings at all. And
foxes don't climb trees."
1 "Yes, mother!" was Kimble's meek
He was glad to learn all that. And
he was glad, too, that his mother
hadn't asked hirti how he happened
to stray off alone into the woods.
Common Sense '
By J. J. MUNDY.
Do Yon Lack Iinitiative?
y You have not gone very far in a
commercial or .material way in this
world because you lack initiative.
Your brain is as keen and your
preemption is better than most men,
but when it comes to acting inde
pendently of anyone else you are
at a standstill.
What are you afraid of?
If you have never acted on your
own judgment of course you are
afraid, but you appreciate how much
farther you might have gone toward
success if you had been less timid.
Half the battle is in knowing your
own faults and foibles.
You can see where you might
have benefited greatly if you had
taken the helm.
Then why don't you branch out,
and make up your mind that the
next chance you have you will get
into the game in earnest and lead
If you arc not willing to lead
when you see the opportunity, you
have no right to criticise others in
the moves they make.
Make it your business to act first
when you see an opportunity, not in
a wavering, wobbly way, but
Itraight from the shoulder. Go ahead.
You will surprise yourself and
gain confidence and grow.
Alleged Prowler Nabbed
After a chase from the Castle
hotel to Thirteenth and Jackson
streets Sunday night, Walter Jewell,
night clerk, caught George Wilson
?f Kansas City and turned him over
:o detectives with the complaint that
e had discovered ilson prow ling
Dog Hill Paragrafs
py uoin ping rum
It i rrrtr.tly beheted a well
lt"'d that ! KilJew j Jtf'4rm
tv mend bi , a he rautsht
peeping in at preaching Ut Sunday
Yam Sinn says they are doing a
tot of impossible things tliec days
hut that his otter of a dollar still
Imld good U the person who will
lift himself uo off the ground by
Sidney Hocks got all out of breath
tin's morning and had to be moved
out into the fresh air, while trying to
count the ticks of his watch.
A Silly Song
By A CUCKOO BIRD
Life brings her pleasures almost
every day and offers them to us
witn lavish hand, but we, poor busy
fools, put them away, for later use.
We cannot understand that youth and
joy cannoi, iikc coins oi gold, DC
shelved in rusty vaults for years to
lie, and be brought forth again, when
we are old, and we store thcn up
for "by and by." And when, at last,
we open up the door of that vast
storehouse, locked within whose
gloom we put the joys life offered
us of yore. We find our storehouse
has become a tomb. The joys and
pleasures that we put away, until am
bitious name was lull leu, have, with
the years, like us, grown old and gray
ami live, within our storehouse, cola
Should a child who is not musical
and does not care for music be given
A child who is not fond of music
will never be anything but an auto
maton. His technical skill may be
trained to perfection, but unless he
loves music, he will never be a real
musician whose soul speaks through
"Phantom Burglar" Sent to
. Jail on Vagrancy Charge
John Stanley, 2113 Douglas street,
termed "the phantom burglar" after
his arrest Saturday, was arraigned
only as a vagrant in Central police
court yesterday and sentenced to
serve 90 days iu jail. Charles White,
Lincoln apartments, his .companion,
was sentenced similarly.
Second Big Week
v in Person
Most Talked About Pic
ture in the World
Mat., 2:15 p. m., 25c-50c
Eve., 8:15 p. m., 50c-75c-$l
Burn Um Up
Rat Slayer Will Burn-Um-Up
Slay the Unwelcome Intruders
BurnUmUp Will Do It
ON SALE AT ALL
First-Class Drug Stores
Council Bluffs Remedy Co.
Council Bhiffa, Iowa
Knter Lists for
"KU on NriV mil While,
l am! Sleer. TrIiir for
Minion I)ra?s'S in
Kiiiiihl of Ak Sar Be n entered
the li.U tktrid4v. On their banner
U the klMgan, "l,ff members for
"A li on the neck and white
faced er art two trophies already
hung for the king's minion who
drJiis in the niuM members.
".sanuoii," lord high chamberlain,
will bestow the ki. and Everett
Dui'kingliam, the steer,
J. J.. Davidsoti'f boatt he would
bring In J.0(J metube'rs, hiuixlf, oc
casioned the piuc offer,
"I'll bet j on a white-f4ccd Iteer
against a couple of kilowatts for the
bigge.t iucrcac over lat year."
Buckingham wagered. Davidson's
lat year's record was 9"6.
Buckingham already has 138 mem
bers of the If J he serured lat year.
Iandall Brown's crew rallied this
noon, champing at the bit for the
l.at vear's membership totaled
12xi).. The hiuhrtt attained was
4,JoO, the year before.
Services for the conclusion of
rassover will be held at Temple
Israel this evening at 8 and Wed-
! neday morning at 10. Rabbi Cohn
i will speak on "The Triumph of
Wed., Thurs., Tri., Sat.
at This Price
Spectacle of Wonder
"ARABE" IN PERSON
Appearing at 3:107:10 8:10
AMARANTH SISTERS and COMPANY
,Pritntlng "A Vmd.nHI F.ntity"
"Tin Dally Dtllurt"
"It It Comln To
T0RELLI8 COMEDY CIRCUS
rturlm B.nl, thi Uarld.bl Mul.
VaudevllU at 1:40, 4:00, 0:30. 9:00
Continuous Starting at Noon
VauoWvllI at 3:206:49:15
.Six Acts ot "Good Time"
Vaudeville Plea.inj Photoplays
"CALL THE WORLD"
Any Time After 12:30
The Greatest All Comedy
Program Ever Presented
Kighieunr it the foiiner serv
t and tn "A New Thing" at th
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Inf. tl4inf er prmrudmc pila er
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All Week U till 11
A Paramount Picture
ALSO A SUPER-COMEDY
Strand Supreme Orchestra
Matin. Dally 2it5 Ev.ry Night 6 If
AN EXTRAORDINARY SHOW
"On th Balcony"
Maaon and Shay
JIMMY SAVO & CO.
W. D. Pollard
Matin 18c to 80c t Sem 7Be and $L
sat. and Sun. Night, 15c to (1 1
Sat. and Sua.
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
Shadows the Night
The Leather Pushers'
Empress Rustic Garden
All prinks .. . ..lOt
All Tablaa Fra
Week Day :.25T
TWO SHOWS IN ONE
Price Matinee, Except Sunday t 28c,
30c; Box.. Rncrvad, 40c; OUdrea,
any a .at, 40c.
Pric, Night, and Sunday Matinee.
30c, 40c; Box Kewrved, 50c.
"Among Those Present"
D Sewta 2ik StfttWrt lidt of 34tH Ft., Mn !oug!kt and Karnam Ha, I'lmne At. P0J7.
South Omah Store
4707 Jot I4tk Street-East id of S4ih St., between L and M Ft. 1'lwne Market 27:2.
Council Bluffs Stortt
3341 Wast Hreadeay-rpune 1698. oj Eatt B.eid.ay-rhons 5293.
I0OI Sam Maia Slreel-Iliona Ktack 1331.
SPRUCE TREES 1-
( mtlU 80.)
HARnrN rrnQ a p.
i aa.a.irw w
(Sr wall, J0)
$100.00 Shares can now be had for
$95.00 and dividend per Share
If you want to know where to put your money so
that it will be SAFE and pay you good returns that
you can depend upon- this stock is what you are look
ing for. Dividends are paid every" three months on
March 1st. June 1st, September 1st and December 1st.
Pays 713 on your money if you buy at present price
From coast to coast the securities
of electric light and power com
panies are known to be among
the very finest investments. The
banks and the insurance com
panies have millions of their
funds invested in companies such
as ours. You can do no better
than to follow the' example of
your bank and your insurance
company, and invest YOUR sav
ings in the electric light and
is all you need to
start with when sub
scribing for a share
of our stock". , Then
pay the balance in
easy installments of
$10 a month. You
can get your money
back with 6 inter
est any time before
your last payment.
We will sell you as
many as 25 shares on
this plan. 6 inter
est allowed on all -payments.
NURSERY & SEED CO.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR A FEW
FArH' '" lewanri H
.l -t i, tun )
taoKe el .wwiw. Uely U
3341 West Broadway. Council Bluffs. Iowa.
NURSERY & SEED CO.
NOW. more than - ever there is
need to make every dollar count.
Enough copper wire to reach from
Omaha to Honolulu 3J00 miles
is required to furnish patrons of
the Company with light and power.
The wire is worth over $1,000,
000.00, not including poles or other
koaky Knl ImtM t 1. kit.
aetd I aa aadi.tdaal !
power industry. We have been
supplying electricity to Omaha
for years. Our business is bound
to grow and thrive.
In fact, it is only because the
Company IS growing that we
have more stock to sell.
The funds necessary to make ex
tensions and additions .to our
system must come from the sale
of the Company's securities.
The Art and Music Store
1513-15 DougUs Street
When in OMAHA
rooms at the hotel
Picture at 12, 2:30, 5:00, 7.30, 8:48
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