Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 22, 1922, Page 9, Image 9
i i f IHK ISiCK; OMAHA. fcA.UUUV. AtT.n, Ti. Wii. U t Y - T I ME TALES i n c i m u c w r NIMBLE DEER' Y ARTHUR.SCOTT BAILEY tllAt'l'KK VII, Tbt Stunje Light. 'tl eot ly. m4 itl! Nimble' .iuihr i4 no more abvul viitting I rmrr Urrm't carrot ftch. Mm b' Itimtdf Ji4 not drc to nirtiiloii I4fful iW. It Ml llii OMQ (dull Hut the ecuriot h4"bcn ott "nL Aul nuuh ( he Hill nt r. a tite ( orrol, the whole ( uir mmeilimg he didn't eve to ulk itnmt. y v ,n)huw. it ii liirky that he liUl wlcr hlirt. l or hit mother took lnin to the Uke brhinj llluc nioiin. i-iii orry mght, almost. Anl ihrre iliry iUihril jit the luUuw and ate nil Iliry Hinted. Mou ol thoe night! wrre much alike. Hut there n ono that Nun hie rcmembrred for many a day alt uward. . It Wat not a dark night, neither t it a light one. IL a natt and-halt ort of nik-ht. Ihrre a moon. But it i for from lull. And it wat not lush in the ky. The light from it came flaming- down ' upon the lake, throwing the thai! twi of the tree far out upon the natrr. Where those hailnw( reached out tbrkly, Nimble and hi mother atood uith the water lapping their aleck uotne. Ana iney were eating ao !t:tily that neither of them noticed a blurred 'hapc that glided alowly ntarrr and nearer to them, without making the alighteat sound. All, at once a shaft of dazzling light swept along the ahore. Nimble as to surprised and puzzled that he i topped eating to stand (till and care at it. lUit only for a motncntl Instant ly his mother flung her tail upward, a? that the under tide of it gleamed white even in the half night And that at Nimble knew right cll that was the danger tgnal. Almost before Nimble knew what was happening, his mother made for the shore. As alie plunged through thi water, her tail, still aloft, twitch ed from side to side. . Nimble needed no urging to fol low. Soon they scrambled, dropping out cf the lake to dive headlong into tlie cover of the overhanging wil lows. "V In those few seconds, the light darted swiftly towards thcni. But it was not quite quick enough. Only the ripples told where they had been standing. Only the ftently waving brarche of the willows' showed where Nimble and his mother had Vanished. A noise like a thunderclap crash ed ufou Nimble' cart and lolled and tumbled In the distance, tued Item the mountain to the hill' . ... . aero. the Uk and baik again, u lightened Nimble much more thau did the odd whi.tlt that whined jut ahi.ve tut head moment before the thunder peal, NcvTt had he run to Ut bdore. rtr li! hit mother tit tutti a pace for him. I'tpally. hen startled, Hie Mupiwa atier going a nmn tauee, and looked hack to get a glimpte o( whoever or whatever had alarmed tier, to ue mrr, tue al ways stopped in a goodnlat-e, like 1 'rv AT THE THEATERS Haver hid ha.rua.ao foil.befor the edue of Cedar swamp, where she could duck out of sight if need be. Dut this time Nimblc's mother ran on and on without pausing. 'llavent you torgotteu some thina" her son gasped after awhile, "Forgotten something What do you mean?" she asked. A queer look came over her face. "1 declare, lie said. I no DC' licve I'd have run all night if you hadn t reminded me. She fell into walk. And neither of them said an Other word until they reached the swamp, which was one ot his moth' er's favorite hiding places. Then Nimble snoke .strain.- "I waved my flag, too,' he said promptly. (Copyright, 1:2.) v Today's Attraction. World-tolUeu Mvk HI "Cottie I On Ovrr," Strand -Gloria ian0H in "Her I lulvti'l Iradeiuark." i Rialto Charles Chaplin in Tay Day." and Will Kogert in "Oue Gloriout Day." Moon-Roduluh Valentino in "The Four 1 lor. emeu of the Apotalyp." oun llicutlura. BrandiWoolih Witet." Emprtt "l-ilty Caudle." Mutt-TItt Uueen of Sheba." Grand "lt'a a Urtat Liie." Hamilton Owen Moore in MA Divorce of Convrnirnce." In the Mary 1'ickford tiroduclion of "Little I .oid 1 amiiltroy.' which oieut tomorrow at the Kialto, the icturun diees with their imlled klcevrt, buttles with their long train., and thatched hou.et and the magnif- iifnt rattles, tend to make it an achievement in all I'icturc-laud. Up to date William I'arnum. star ring in William Fox pictures, hat participated in 156 screen light. Hit record thowi battles won 1S6, lost (I. Unite a record. William goes "Rabc" Kuth one better. 'Ivanhoe" is to be made into a serial-film some time in the near fu ture by the Universal. 1 his Sir W al ter Scott clastic was one of the first "lcature" pictures ever produced, when Universal first offered it as a lour-rrclcr starring King liaggot eight years ago. Pricilla Dean is to appear in a screen adaptation of William Hurl hut's stage drama, "Trimmed hi Scarlet," in which Maxine Elliott appeared in New lork two years ago. Problems That Perplex Answered by BEATRICE FAIRFAX Dog Hill Paragrafs The Doctor of the Calf Ribs neighborhood was kicked by a mule he had been called to see, Friday lirtrr l au.r Idea, ffcar Kriend: This ! tM 4 lo affair, I am km of !, V are planma uii gitm a until ai4 ar i fr nienu t'ouM iU giva ma a Uw ideaa la it mriiu, (uoda and a tubjen fur liMtmsT thanking you In aham I hoi to c your answer in ita paixr. TWW muCK 11. un are nt plavtnv fair, to ak m ltie auentiuna without Kivina in any ld of lln imiuie f th htnuuei. la It far uiMUIe a4 mn. tor iliun h women, fur luan aeliooi bnva and all Is. or soma ether kind of grout. Don't uu te that Ihe tuam ppnurUto to vi a roup would not b proper auojwu tor anoiherT I am Miieiwliit; i are a high sx'ttool atudeut, and will reply ac-rltiaiy. Knr ihi aiun f tha ar, a almi.te. vet aaiifetory mnu. In cludm.: houp. erarkem. olive and rleiy ami perhnpa radith for the Itrst course; cruieU vhieken on iiutkt or In panic, potato-, nutalied, trent'h frieU or Mho sirina, green vegetable, and hot biwuno. for the meat eounw: fruit wind and watVin; lea rreani with crushed atrawbrrriea, cake and coffee. Vou ran .thnne this menu ly lisvina fruit couktutl lnlead at aoup and ulnir tonmtora and lettueo for your naiad. If thin menu In tml elaborate enouish, add a Sim It courtt. Aliout th rleverent and Irani ex penxlva favor I know uf may t mad with peanut. I'oe a peanut for th body of the Utile bird. tUlver U head (the pointed end of the peanut), and color tha ret of lie iKidy. Get alender Wire (pipe cleaner, wlr colored green will do) and punch -into the fore purt of the nhrll for Ita lg. Muk it little awing utlng tha Ix-nt wire with a toothpick for the base. Fasten tlt leg of your bird loosely to the toothpick, ao It will be free to move. fat on win and I 'I ff bfUhl rulor4 rip faper, i4, iai( and arn ar ptiy, Cite tha kir4 e. pt ink. vot-r your loothpuk ba and lb turw m- umg sold ur iltr or f rotr- foil i b ttinuhe4 at the tling rul tf II. i. iin ftor. and If konia f tour bkui an rtMr, a Utg tium bf of ihvM raw txt P'4 at vrc lastly no et'n. )uu ran buy tMiiiful fa voi at tha Uuer moi . lU r.t Can't I'll ou about a wii In ri if oi will r;i It tha V. W, C A. they would t kind hou4 to nfM fttn, .'iit.u sun.p (or ttply, tiirwrf; ti' )uU ft a tuiiil4 Will Kiitota Hull Ml'ta fiwiil lb nail, A ouliilioit cf aitlkv' arid I'd f wur, on Mil of lh fuimrr to 14 rt ( lb laiirr. t a gaud tttlnt ta rviitata aiam liom tli naila, ua. or t.dd puunee tiuiut and pruitda will ili it. r. t 4f1i.eri1 Rwttlritfir I'air purioua iginii tlurpf .Ml to gabiuo, l.'IO Siu'h httrutU .treet, arretted ThurtJjy (or hi le'gird thiid vkttation of 'he ruhiU i km Uw, will alMt a in ftpl.iu la I4e )n km win, L niird buir. Miic trrtue ollitcr, how (ountet. lieu gmeniineiu revtuue ttamp i',iird to If on holltr ti l.quor 1 bought from hint 1 federal agent Wlu n in OmaJia Stop at Hotel Rome Boys1 Extra Value $lT A Two Pants Suits IVJ r-tcry oy asa nta suoieer it n tbusiattie about Uia moat tewtrk. able tallies In twopaoia culti at 810.00. Boys' Two Pants Suits Sturdy suits tallotad with exactness; fthrica specially selected (or long wear. 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I triad different rernediM without any baoaAt Saa- Ing an advruarant lor Cuticura Soap and Ointment aanl (or he aampla which aaatnad to hslp m ao I bought mora, and In about two waeks was completely batUd." ISif nd) MIM ima Mar. tneo. 4247 Bo. CampbsU Ave., Chicago. Aug. II, 121. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and TaU cum promota and maintain akin purity, akin comfort and akkn health. Tb Boap to daant and purify, tb Ointment lo sooth and bawl, tb Talcum to powder and perfume. - - -- - aaw:"annlia aa ltn aatai The Last Day Ot our hiwuil V.tt ft04alrh i4 Billk or tvttn , otttr tor 10 caalt. Ollar la Wffact ! f APRIL 17 t U ONLY. WELCH'S RMtauraata ' OHS -nOOERS. vho plays Ciarabato. nlr( ot Kl Ualrlo In "Blood ahd ttkf,4 comlnic to, , tha Brandrla inair arm muoqit. April ... la a comedian of rure pantomlinio ability. In this n-we.t purring vetilile of oils Skln ntr, Mr. Iloiura ha but few llnra and yet o illuminating la hi atntoinlma and action, that ha provokes saleR ot lauahler when ha walks across the alal. Thosa who saw ilr. Skinner last season as Hansud In "At tha Villa Hose." will re- rail Mr. Rogrra aa th h.H-wltted gen darme Perrechet, who wss supposed to hsvs aided th great French sleuth In solving th murder, mystery. Unques tionably Mr. Rotter Is one of - the tbent low conieaiana on m sisga loaay. This Is the Ust day of the Four Msrx Brothers at ID urpneum. ineir mu.icai "oniedv. "On the Balcony," has been popular hit all this week. , Tonight tha curtain 1 to rise at 7:66 o clock. Be. ginning with tha, matlnea Sunday roines a feature show, with two stellar sttrsc tlons. Ona of these Is to be contributed by tha charming classio dancer, La Ber nlcla. She presents a program of diversi fied numbers. "Almost a Single" I the ti tle of tha one-art play which I to be clev erly presented by Julia Nash and C. H. O'Donnell. This Is to be another of the -headline offerings. "Pedestrlsnlsm" Is to be a prominent act of the show. Tom Patricola, tha eccentric dancer. Is to ap pear In the skit, "The Girl and the Danc ing Fool." . , ' The underline at tha Brandela for three" days, starting Thursday evening. ' May 4, is Elsie Janls and her gang, which i Elsie's idea of a substitute for a title for her new revue. The gang aim ply means her supporting company, the members of wHtch are mostly exsevlce men whom she met In France during the war. , ' Like "her first venture, which was one of the most successful shows produced that year. Ml Janls Is responsible for tha entire proceedings In her current en tertainment. She wrote the plots, com posed the music, wrote the lyrics and otherwise put the show together. Than : to complete the job, she produced It nreir. .-' An all new show opena at the World theater today. The alx acts en the bill are replete with song and comedy while in "The Globe cf Fats" is Introduced what I probably the most sensational novelty In vaudeville. Al Sweets "Singing Band" is the headlln feature. The photoplay attraction, a Rupert Hughes : story. Is entitled "Come on Over." and Is said to be sparkling , with laughs with ' here and there Just a suggestion of a tear. Arthur Bays upon the great World ; organ play "April Showers" as a special solo number. A Silly Song ' By A CUCKOO 0IRD J I'll sine; a song, this morning, of a man in Sody Springs who grieves because he is not, sure ot many, many thines lie 'only, has threo teeth to nnasli but gnashes them full well because he is uncertain concern ing heaven and hell. With tears he soaks his pillow and mattress through and through because he is uncertain what congress next will do. All da? he sits around and weeps and wildly -tears his thatch because he is uncertain if his setting - hens will hatch. Each morning when he rises, he straightway starts-o cuss because he is uncertain if he can start his busf. Because he is uncertain, his joy goes stale and flat, but oh! if he were certain, it might be worse than that. Copyright. 1922. Before washing soiled handker chiefs allow them to soak in cold wa ter into which has been put a handful or so of salt. This makes them much easier to wash. , 4 - ' t na morning, which shows that the mule did not have mudi confidence in him. . . i '. ' .' ... ' Cricket Hicks' says since the pro prietor of the Rye Straw store has got to keeping such close count' on the money that is taken in it is a whole lot harder for him to find any body to work for hint. , ; . . Raz Barlow says he notices s(me persons have several Sunday shirts. when there is not but one Sunday. 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