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Dogs, Cows and
Horses in Heaven,
Conaji Dbylc Says
DrilMi Fictionul More Ex
plicit Thin Roman With
lilymn Fields or Indian
Happy Hunting C round.
New York, April 19. That little
question, "What l hravrn like?"
was aiitwrrcd with muili aturanc
by Sir Arthur Couan Doyle. Dritiili
matter of fiction, before many tlio-i-
tiiiiu rioiii m larnrgic nau jcicr
The antwer he cave U that it it
a place of "fulfilled ideal.." lie
un a bit more explicit than the Ro
man with hit L1yian field and the
Indiau with hit happy hunting
ground, lie made it a happy home,
a nappy barnyard, a nappy dairy
urm. arnnri or wnat you win. c
cording to him, heaven it inhabited
by harmoniotta pcrtoim, dogs, cowl
and nhcep and contain! building.
He did not tay whether it hat etevau
erl road or beauty parlor, but he
did lay that men who died at 80 be
came JO and happy and that all
women became beautiful.
All at Happy Ace.
The creator of Sherlock Jlohnci,
regarded by many a the greatet
detective in literature, (aid he had
received report direct from heaven.
Jlc aid hi oti had appeared to him
and aid he had ccu .Christ. . lie
aid he had received other new.
Children, he said, grew to happy
maturity. In fact, hi ttudy of 36
ear, he said, convinced him that
all was love and happiness. The
New Testament, he said, is "saturat
ed with spiritualism from cover to
cover." lie conirared the healing
work of Christ with work done by
spiritualistic mediums. He said he
knew there was happiness beyond
the grave, because so many people
smiled as they died.
He was not very friendly toward
theology which he characterized as
"from the devil and not from
Christ." lie said the just and kind
ly person was met after death by
spirit friends, whose welcome was
far beyond any that earth can give.
"The bad man's spirit," he declar
rd, "finds itself in utter. solitude, a
terrible solitude that drives him in
It appeared from his talk that no
dog wagged a friendly tail at such
a one, no cat rubbed against his
trouser legs, no horse called aloud
to him for oats, no child laughed wiib
him, nothing wanted to associate
with him. Sir Arthur seemed to re
gard such a condition as hell enough
for any one.- o
Body of Beatrice War
I . Hero Arrives at Hoboken
Beatrice, Neb., April 19. (Special
Telegram.) The body of Allen
Rorabaugh, Beatrice boy, who was
killed in action in France, has ar
rived in Hoboken, N. J., according
to a telegram received here yester
' rlaj-from the War department. Mrs.
Sarah Rorabaugh, the mother, who
died in 1920, had five sons in the
war. Young : Rorabaugh enlisted
when he was 17." The body will be
brought here for burial, and Amer
ican Legion will hold a military fu-jieral.
Opens in Detroit
Latest Development and Do
vim Shown Six States
Detroit, Mich., April R-A radio
show for the middle wett, the first
to le held in this part of the country,
opened here today and will continue
during the coming week. In addition
to delegation from Detroit and other
Michigan ciiie. group representing
radio dub in Ohio. Indiana. Illinois,
New York and WUroiiim had an
nounced their intentio of attending
Exhibits showing the latest devel
opments and devices in radio work
were in place when the show wa
opened by Mayor James Couzens of
Detroit. The mayor, standing in the
radiophone broad-casting station of
the Detroit News, delivered an ad
dress that formally opened the week't
The exhibits offered the public rep
resent all phases of the radio iuduf
try, the product ranging front con
tact points to complete receiving sets.
As a unique feature an exhibition of
radio products of amateurs with an
inventive turn of mind is on display.
Addresses by radio experts will be
given during the week, the talks
broadcast in some instances.
High-powered receiving sets will
he used at the show to catch from
the air talks and concerts broadcast
from various stations throughout the
country. AH persons attending the
exposition will have the opportunity
to hear these programs.
Each day will be devoted to a cer
tain class of radio enthusiasts, includ
ing farmers, social service workers,
educators, amateurs and business
The government weather bureau at
Chicago will broadcast weather re
port beginning today so as to ade
quately protect shippers and avia
tors in all part of the country. The
broadcating will take place at It a.
in, and to.Ju p, m. daily.
An outfit that will receive radio
telegraph menage will alo rereive
radiophone menage. No change
whatever are requited.
BROADCASTING: The aending
of either telephone or telegraph com
munications through the ether, so
that they may be received by a num
ber of stations simultattcontly.
CAPACITY: A term used chiefly
in connection with condener. A
condenser store up electricity, the
amount of which depend uton its
capacity. Capacities are measured in
farad. Since the farad is much too
small for practical radio ue. the unit
generally employed i the micro-farad
(in. f. d.) or one-millionth of a farad.
D. E. Norfolk, Nsb.-O (I). How
high and hour long may an amateur
aerial be to comply with the law?
(2) Can I receive mulc with frW.
meter tuning coil, crystal detector of
the uaiena type and a fixed con
denier, from Omaha stations? I
thmk your wirtlc page hat the
A. (I). The sky is the limit In
height and your own property in
length, However, M to W fret high
and IW long, including lead-in, is
sufficient far receiving: (2) A crystal
detector set wilt (tartly reeeivt from
more than 40 mile. Thank you.
L. H, Hastings, Nb,-Q. What
two sues of wire are Lest for loose
A. Use No. 22 cotton-eovered
wire on primary and No. 32 silk
covered on secondary.
Safe iiirniiTStd invalids
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By a fortunate purchase from a manufac
turer who needed cash we are able to of
fer to the people of Omaha and vicinity,
a brand new, full size, 88-note, fully guar
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woods at the unheard of price, of
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Uprights and Grands,
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IT is not necessary to purchase
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By using quarter cup of Kings
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If your recipe calls for 4 eggs to 1 quart of milk use 3 eggs, and for
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A quarter teaspoonful of Kingsford's put into each of your salt
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Thomas B. Coleman,
Asst. Manager, Omaha Branch, Pitts
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A. B. Currie,
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Treasurer, C. N. Dietz Lumber Co.,
J. E. Davidson,
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W. W. Head,
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