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THE TEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. MAY 16.
.Woman Killed as
Auto Turns Over
Young, Widow and Mother of
Four CliUJren Dim in Ac
i iilrnt Neir Council
Mrs. Grate Carter, 20, Crrtton, la,.
a widow aw! piothrr of four ehil"
rfrcn, wat killcj instantly about mid
i.ight Sunday vlirn an automobile
turned ovrr on the film wood road,
southrast of Council Bluffs, stout
itiilf from the Pony rreflc turn.
Ihf car a driven by Alva Cnn
ninsham. In it alto wrre Mri. Car
ir, John Adam and Mr. and Mri.
V. P.. Phillips, all of Crcston.
They wre rdurning from a
funeral in Wi-iirr. Neb.
The rar turned over when it strmk
a deep embankment, where a new
bridge i being built. All tlie occu
pant were thrown clear i the car
and escaped uiih minor injuries ex
cepting Mr, (.arter. who as pinned
under the automobile.
She is survived by Iter rhildren;
her father. Albert Kimer of I remoiit.
and her brother, Terry Kinser of
Coroner Cutler of Counril Bluff
took eharge of the body. No inquest
will be held.
More Money to He $ent on
Sport in Kearney School
Kearney, Neb May 15. (Special)
In an effort to simulate greater
interest in Reboot athletics, the board
of education hat net aside an addi
tional $500 for ti'C of students en
K'aged in sports next year. The major
portion will be used in publicity.
Civic organizations of the city have
banded together in an effort to in
duce greater attendances at school
athletic events and a system of selling
season tickets, admitting the holder
to all athletic contests of the year,
has been arranged by a speciat com
High School Seniors at
Nelson to Present Play
Nelson, Neb., May 15. (Special)
High school seniors will give their
class play, "Green Stockings." at the
opera house the evening of May 17.'
Commencement exercises will be held
on Wednesday evening following.
There arc 16 members in the 1922
J. K. Moore of Cotner has been
elected superintendent for the next
school yeaw J. G. Madalian, present
superintenrfent, -will attend Harvard
the next two years.
Commencement of Wymore
' School to Be Held May 23
AVymore, Neb., May 15. ( Special)
Commencement exercises of Wy
more High school will be held Thurs
day evening. May 25. There are 16
graduates, 10 boys and 6 girls. W.
O. Slaughter of the Baptist church
will preach the baccalaureate sermon
at the Methodist church May 21.
": -'.''School 'Bonds Voted
Ti!dct, Neb., May 15. (Special.)
The school- district of Tilden in
Madison and . Antelope counties
voted bonds of $9,000 to erect a
school house. There were 278 votes
for and 134 against. ';
The Dancing Master
By RUBY M. AY RES.
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(FurnlKhrd by th Omaha Auto Club.)
Lincoln highway, east: Roads good to
Cotlar Rapids. On bad stretch, Wheatland
Lincoln highway, west: Roads good to
Grand Island. Cheyenne reports roads only
(air on account of recent heavy rains and
0. L. D. highway: Roart good to Hastings.-
Ju.t air In En stern Colorado.
Highland cutoff: Roads fair.
8. V. A.: Roads good.
O Street road: Good.
Omaha-Topeka highway: Roads good.
Meridian highway: Roads good.
Of org Washington highway: Roads
good. - -....
Black Hlfls' trail: Roads good.
RIver-to-Rlvtr road: Good to Des
King of -Trails, north: Roads excellent
to Missouri Valley, fair to good to Sioux
Fulls. South Dakota reports soma heavy
Ktiig of Trails, south: Roads good to
Custer Battlefield highway: Roads ex
cellent to Missouri Valley, good to Sioux
City, 'Snutu . Ilukota -'reports heavy raitiB
but roads passable to Black Hills. From
Blade Hills an roads are practically im
aanble duo. to a (our days' storm.
Chicago-Omaha shortine: Roads fine.
1. O. A. .shortllne: Roads fine.
Blue Grass road: Roads good.
Weather reported clear and somewhat
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HeM of earn ingraai
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Per oMdraoi asdatfuh.
(rnatUaea frees ltfdM
She went to her room and stood
ever by the window In the darkness
lift" cheek pressed to the cool pane,
"What thai. I do? What thill I
do?" Over and over again the que
t on trared her heart.
Once the wild thought came to her
that the would throw everything to
the Hindi and go to him; after all, he
alone counted in her world. Ambi
tion, Neil farmer, Mine. ruiti
what were they in companion with
Her love for him?
Then common srnc reasserted it
nil; ii he wanted tier he would tend;
if he bad wished for hrr before when
he was ill he could have sent then
She lav aake all night; she wai
like a ghost in the morning, and,
afraid of madaine a comment, the
hastily rouged her cheeks and forced
herself to go downstair humming a
utfh of aoug.
There wan no letter from Nctta. a
lie had hoped there might he; and
there wa nohody of whom she could
inquire for Koyslon, and she did not
even kitow whrre lie was.
She dragged through the day
somehow the longest day of her
whole life. She was a mass of arhing.
throhhing nerves when evening came,
and madame told her it wa time to
Elizabeth went to her room and
looked at the new frock laid out on
the bed white, all of it of the film
iest. loveliest material, wired out a
little from the hips, and artfully
touched here and there with silver.
And there were new silk stockings
and white shoes, w ith silk ribbon to
hind about her ankle, and a narrow
fillet of tiny water lilies for her hair,
with mother-of-prarl petals, and a
tiny rose diamond in Jhe heart of
Neil Farmer had sent it to her
"for luck," so he had said, and
Elizabeth had thanked him, never
realizine; how great the cost of his
gift must have been.' She had no
idea of values; she had never had a
present in her life until she came to
London... , , ' -
Slowly she dressed, with hands
that felt cold and dead. When !he
took a last perp at herself in. the
studio glass she almost cried out at
her pallor.' She was as white as
her frock as white as the lilies in
her hair. . '
She rubbed her checks to brine
warmth to them. When madame
came to inspect her she asked timid
ly if she had better use some rouge.
Madame stood -scrutinizing her,
her queer head on one side, her
painted lips pursed up consideringly;
then she said:
"No! You are the lily as it is. all
white! We leave it! You are oh,
just adorable, petite!"
She blew Elizabeth a kiss with the
tips of her fingers. She tried hard
to suppress her own keen excite
ment, but there was a hectic spot of
color in the usually dead pallor uf
her face and her voice . was un
steady. So well had she timed things that
Elizabeth was not allowed a mo
ment in which to look forward and
grow nervous; she had only just
slipped into her cloak when Farmer
came, and they drove away to
gether. Farmer looked terribly nervous:
he kept biting his mustache and
fidgeting with hit gtmet. When
they ra-hed the duchess' houe he
held bliabcth'i hand hard for
Good luckl The trt of link,
my queenH he said hoarsely; then
he went on up the big alaijva to
mingle with tlie gurtts, and Llia
brth went to the room that had
been set apart for her with Mme.
The Frenchwoman kept hovering
round, twitching fold of her frock
into place and whispering a last in
"You will remember all I told
you, petite; you will not fail tue. It
it a great day (or you. I am proud.
"Ve.M said Miaheth. She was no
longer nervous, but her puUe was
steady: ''C felt as if it was some,
body else's great night, and not her
own at all.
Madaine went on:
"livery one is here all the great
ones of London. Thry will love you,
thrjp will (! at jour fed, little one;
j)oti will awake tomorrow, after
: long ateep ui hp(iine, and i nd
ytvir.rij fiuu. Is II io so,4"
"Yes," d Lfuabetii aR, Sl-e
wlthrd le could show inert rn.
I thu'Usiu, she felt vaguely scornful of
madam evutcinrnt ern when U
call came for her her heart beat did
nut increase; he looked at madame
"Do I go no" '
'lint licuthwoinan nodded; she
wat loo earned to apeak, but she
caught Elisabeth ' hand as she passed
her ami kitted It Hysterically,
"My little one! My brat little
Llisabrtli went out of the room.
across the wide hall, and into the
great hall room, one of the most fa-
Minus m London,
I'or a moment the hundred of
light datrted her. and the (altered
at the doorway, her thought (lying
agam to the one night she had
danced with Koyslon, and the ban-
-i ... , i i
piiirst ii nai iecn men.
She walked on mechanically.
vaguely conscious of the throng of
people surrounding the space which
had been cleared fur her; of the dash
of many diamond and the chatter
of tongue that ceased at the en
I A round of applause broke out. in
creasing in volume as her eqwiie
! dentines and chants were slowly
: realised by (he hundreds f persons
' nrisiit- Sde UmLfd Ms a lifv ilml
from child' Christnus tree as sl.r
siooq iue in ncr wnne. mmr irovk.
alone in the grrat cleared pe el
floor, and there wa in impressive
silence before the muic started.
Elisabeth knew every nme of the
music which she wat la dance; she
had practiced score of tune with
the orchestra accompaniment, and a
vague wonderment went through her
at she realicd that after all he wat
not in the least nervous.
"You cannot fail," so madame and
J.Vcl Farmer had declared. d now
she w sure e it herself.
1 , .mc voiifiJeiu tm, curved her
i hp as she sank down iu the lri
,arrpii.g bow uf iccogmtton to hrt
audencr, iii tor the fiit time a
!lhri! ei enjoyment warmed her bra it
at uie aroe slowly, her bare white
! amis wreathed about her brad, and
pirouettetl alnioat the length ol the
room on the lip of her tve.
She moved l'ke a lairy, her feet
haidly teemed to touch the ground,
and with each movement her rc
and confidence teemed to grow until
presently she found hertrli able to
look at the sea of facet around her
able i4 meet their interested, curious
Polly mutt be there. h watVure.
j ad her aunt and, ot course, Neil
, Farmer. And perhapsand then she
' U'l suddenly a if an icy, trtatanng
, hand swepi qcrr her, chilling bet
! heart and slukmg her Horn head to
fo.t with a ('cue return of the pa n
, she had tried so desperately to numb.
as across the art ol laces her ee
met thotf of I'at Roysion.
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'Umaha to Irab Orchard.
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Correct Words Contained in the Winning List
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Scar . .
Shirt Slab -Shlrtiag
Shoe - Slash
Shopper . Sled .
Shore - - Sledge . -Sbeat
Shoalder . . Slice
Shovel - Slides
Shewing ' Sling
Shatter - Slot
Sickle Smack .
Sieve . Smllh
Maria tare Snake
Silo - Snont
Skirt Span 1
Skipper . Spare
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