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' to Confessional,
'i3.Yrar.OltI Hu.lauJ Calls
I'dIut to Body of Man He
Said Paul Attention! to '
Wife, Kill Srlf.
Sun Dicijo. Cal.. May IS. John
Moller. fi.l, went to confessional at
i'ie Church of Our Lady of
tiuadalupe here veterHy. Leaving
th priest. Kev. John Komi. Moller
f Irplioiifd the police. The police
mh Mollrr told them he had killed
h man and directed them to the body
When the police reached the spot
lei nhed. they found the body ol
Kdwarrt Dixon, 55, of Imperial VaU
try. lie had been shot throuuh the
hrait. Nearby i the body of
Mollrr. who had returned to the
c-ne to end hit life.
The Kev. Koma informed the po
lice that Mollrr had complained to
him recently of Dixon's allrR'd at
tentions to hit wife, Mr. Sophie
M oiler, who it 70 year old. Mr.
Mollrr aid she returned alone from
show ind shortly afterwards heard
a scuffle in a rear room where Dixon
slept. Moller draCK'd Dixon out of
hrd and into the backyard, where he
killed him, Mr. Moller said.
Youth Found Slain.
Oknwluee. Okl.. Mav IS. The
hodv of Russell Eldred. tcioit of one
of Okmulgee's oldest families, was
found today in the Eldred residence
here by a real estate agent who had
jjone to optifthe house in prepara
tion for the return of Mrs. F. B.
licked, the hoy 'a mother, who is ex
pected to return from Pennsylvania,
l'olice say he had been dead about
The room in which the body lay
showed evidence of a terrific strug
Kle, although authorities expressed
belief that the decomposed state of
the body might preclude any possi
bility of determining whether young
Eldred was murdered. Two pistols
found in the room showed no signs
of having been used. An investiga
tion was immediately begun and city
health authorities intimated that an
autopsy might be held.
Baly Hurt in Runaway
Wymore. Neb., May 15. (Spe.
rial.) A runaway horse threw E.
S. Phillips and his wife and baby
out of the buggy. The child suffer
ed three broken ribs and is thought
to be injured internally. Mr. and
Mrs. Philipps were not seriously in
ALL THIS WEEK
THE OKPHEIU PLAYERS
- A DRAMATIC TREAT
EVERY NITE .
Mats Tir 'day, Thursday Saturday
Th. Story of a Girl Who Danced
With Danger ' ..
Prince Lei Lani
The Sensational Tenor of Hawaii
Educational Novelty Reel
"How to Grow Thin"
Symphony Players Organ
the northwest '
Children . 10c
Weekday Matinee . . . .25c, 30c
Nighti, Sunday Mat.,. 30c, 40c
taring Every Eveaisg
Pleis&it Fmnatisx Riies
Largest and Cleanest
Is Most Delicate
Special Care Mu.t Be Given
Hadiotron in Wiring,
Trohably the ut deliuie device
of a radio set it the vacuum tube
i puzzling piece of apparatus to
many, Various types of lubes art
used lor utt at many different
kinds of operation, as the detector
tube and amplifier are ued for re
ccivhig while the more sensitive
tubes are used for transmitting.
Chief of the tube that are manu
factured i called the radiotron or
Cunningham, Among the different
types is the 1', V. ?W lpe. This i
a detector w hile the 17. V. 20J it the
amplifier. The difference lies in the
fart that the first tube has a small
amount of rare gas left in it, while
the amplifier tube is exhausted to a
high degree. This is what sometimes
makes these tubes a golden color.
Cost la High.
The U. V. 202 is a 5-wait trans
mitting tube, and the U. V. 205 it a
50-watt transmitter. The largest
type is known as I', V. 204 and is
rated at 250 watts. This type is
known also as a P tube and it the t
one that ts universally used by the
broadcasting stations. A station
such as )Z (Newark, N. J.) uses
five of these large tube which retail
at $110 each. Amateurs may con
sider themselves lucky, therefore, in
paying only $5 for detector tubes.
Another type of vacuum tube is
the A-P. These are made in only
few sires, principal types being the
electron relay, which is a detector,
and the A-P amplifier tube, which
is another of the tubes exhausted to
a high degree.
" . Care In Wiring.
In the installation of a vacuum
tube, these things must be remem
bered: In the first place, a tube has
four contacts that must be connected
up correctly or it will not operate.
By examining a socket that conies
for a tube, it will be seen there are
four binding posts. These are
Imafina a fallow abaut to ha married
and thaa inheriting fiva of tha cutaat
kiddle you over law!
A RED HOT COMEDY
EM PR E S S
- NOW SHOWING
STANLEY WILSON SISTERS
"A Cycle of Comedy, Sonf a Daaces"
You Can't Loae if You're
Lookin' for a Good Time
mikd ti. P. F. F. The ti standi
lor the grid, P far th pUte and the
ia tusiked F mean that these art
the pomt far the connection of tht
filament. At the tube Ms into what
it known a a bayonet socket, it will
tt found that it ianpot be put in in.
correctly, but the beginner will hast
14 be very careful ta set that the
binding pt art connected up right,
If a vacuum lube it used wiili sari
and coiinecie-l into the circuit cor
rcii'y it should last for several years.
If the set is homemade, the he. I
plan to follow It to connect the Hor
ace battery first and try out the fila
ment. If the tubt does not light, you
will know that here it something
wiong. Never connect the tt baliery
until you are absolutely certain that
the wiring i con ret. If the IS bat
tery it connected in such a way that
tht current will flow through the
filament, the filament will lat about
at long at the wink of an eye. When
this happens there i nothing to be
done but supply another tube. The
brginniner will rrahe that when a
tube it burned out it it ahwilutcly
Additional broadcasting stations
are listed herewith:
Call. Ml Hon.
IXr tnvr. t'ol.,rinl1 Radia fa.
AMI aaa r row-two, ,pi"t l. I'.a .
1PV Monl.r.y, 4I.....SoMa hla. Waiku
CkJaiurkrt. R. R. r. r'arhana
Ht'MlUa rrartciare..!. J. tbr o.
Other stations will be listed in The
L. L. F, Valentine, Neb.
4 I iH i taly hum In my trlra.
Can you iOiih on how to limlnai thia
Irouhuf I had do siivh trouulo nh a
A. Th hum Initlratfo th-ra la an pn
rlrrull anina vlara in lh mrt. Vou bad
btlttr Irars I ha wlriuar in lbs set.
C. D. H., Falls City, Neb.
Q Why la II thai whn I ulai my
llnfra en tha "phonra" bimllnf ponta on
my at alanala ram In louder?
A.' Hy dome Ihia you add what la known
"body raiarliy." tour ! rotahly
n-da mora capacity acrnaa cha phona.
I'laco a aniall ronijmwr acroaa lha lr.
mlnala or. )( you alraady bava unt, try
a larsr ona
Stunt Aviator Killed
Vernon, Tex., May 15. Ed Li
rctte of Dallas, stunt aviator, was
killed here yesterday when a belt
strap holding his body to a para
chute broke. Lirette fell 2.000 feet.
The "Blue Ribbon" Show of tha Staaon
( f ACTS OF PANTACES
O "GOOD TIME" VAUDEVILLE
' Attend the OA
Bargain Matlnoaa e3UC
y NOW SHOWING
TOM in "Up and
in a Barroom"
BRANDEIS MAY 18-19-20
. Saata Now Selllnt-
le SELVNS present
A . RtNDcL
w ecwePseT mooam nMreooitea
A DRAMATIC TRIUMPH
to see "th ciocue" is to
OCJOICE IN THE TH STAT ESI
OS THt PRtygNT HOUR
NifhU, 50c, tt, 10, $2, $2J0, $3
. Sat. Mat., SOe, SI, $t.BO, 2. 2.50
BETTY s y
The Logical Man for
Candidate for Republican Nomination. Primaries July 18, 1922
THE BKE: OMAHA, H'tSDAV. ilA lli. Itr
Fares in Effect
Ilalei Lower Tlmi for Socrnl
Year Pitst. IUil Officials
Hound ln'i tuininer raitiuad rttrs
iractiilly every irt of tlie
United Mat's went into effect licre
yesterday. Tlteoe rates are lower, in
iiw n y eases, tlian for some minium
pat, railroitd oifitiatt say.
Several lines are offering round
liis to California for $72, uliich is ill
enable travelers to stort-jn San Fran
cisio, Lot Angeles and San JJirgo,
as ti ell at inierveniiiR oiius. Tlire
line att are offering, tit Wet to the
north 1'acific coast, Seattle and
WtUud. and return fur $72, and a
errand t-iidv imir of California and
the north racitie coast lor fw.
' Cut rates to the fisliiiitf tcsorts of
Miunroid and Michiitait are ex
pected t'S attract many pleasure
seekers. Round trips to Tennessee.
Virginia, HoTi'Ja. Georgia and Ken
tucky and (lie Oark mountains al
so are offered at reduced rales. One
may journev to Atlantic City and re
Mrn for SW.96 as a result of the
cut effective yesterday.
Tickets at llioc raics may he pur
chased every d.iy until September
M and the tickets arc good until
October 31. affording stopovers at
any place desired on the route. Sum
mer rates to Colorado become ef
fective June I. -
The Uce leads all the other papers
in sport news. Kead The Bee first.
without additional cost
New Mexico RocHies
Sale dates: To California, May 15 to September 30.
To other points June 1 to September 30.
Return limit October 31, 1922.
- Stop overs in both directions. .
Fred Harvey meals "all the way."
Ask for "California Picture Book," "Colorado Sum
mer," "Grand Canyon Outings,4' "Off the Beetcn
C A. Moore, Gen. Agent Fsss'r Dept...
A.T. &S. F. Ry.
.116 Flynn Bldg., Dps Moines, lows
Phone: Market 1043.
of Beatrice Nebr.
The following is taken from Adam McMullen's statements,
given publicity in all the leading newspapers of Nebraska, in
regard to the tax question: -
"The way to reduce the cost of state government ii to cut
down expenses. '
"Taxes cannot be reduced over night by some fanciful
theory or magical scheme. The problem is an economic one,
" Two years ago we were spending money the country over
like mad and now we have got to begin saving it like sane
people. It has to be done that 'way in private affairs and' there
is no other way to do it in public afiVrs. '. ..
"The carnival of' spending is over. This is the morning
after, and if we expect to put the house in order again, we have
got to buckle down to work and keep track of the dollars.
' This applies with equal force to county and municipal and
township governments, but the state should set them an ex.
ample and show them how it is done.
"We must also see to it that every tax dollar expended,
for public service or utility must purchase 100 cents worth
Stock of Gasoline
Reaches New Record
Wellington. I. C, May IS. A
ptw high record for the national
stock of jMsoliue, increaes in the
price of winch have becii ordered in.
vrstigated by the senate, was ettab.
Iihrd April I, according to statistics
made public last night by the federal
bureau of mines, allowing supplies
ol the commodity on that date ag
grre4tcd 8.M..M.7MKJ g4llous.
The stocks on hand April I were
approximately 47,tXll.0tK gallons
greater than on March I, when the
pievious higir mark of 8ti7.UOU.ouu
callous In storage was made. The
April ( supply, accoidinc; to the bu
rru's figures, was JU per cent
l.irL-rr llintl t,n the ajme ljl tit tat
I year. The ollicial figures confirmed
Ktiitemcntt made in the senate that
present supplies and those of recent
i months were greater than ever be-
lure in tuts country.
Drliveretl at Fairbury
I'airbury, Neb., May IS. (Special)
Haccalatireate address for the high
oelmol class of I9JJ were held at the
The sermon was given by Rev. C.
C. Uuckner, president of the Chris
tian Sunday schools of Nebraska
Mis theme was "The Definition of
The class numbers 57.
Kearney In Latest City
to Start Anti-Rat Campaign
Kearney, Neb., May IS (Special)
Kearney is falling in line with a
campaign to exterminate rats. The
los Angeles 'San Diego 'Sanfiwicisco
vJiihotU additional cost
- Colorado Springs -Denver
Travel and Resorts
Chamber e( Commerce has put a
inrniiiim or 10 cents on every let
tAi tiroiiiiht in anil as a side Ime,
live niou.e tails equal a rat tail,
Special prises are alo award") to
lliose nuking a record caich during
the drive. Hoy Scouts are orgauiied
to nuke a try tor the added money
and the following month promises to
be rouiih on the rat population,
Nine I..W. W.
Leavenworth, Kau May 15.
Nine Industrial Workers of the
World received here September 7,
l')18.t with the "Rig Bill" Haysvood
consignment were released from the
peuitcuiisry yesterday, having com
N V (a I'tiaibau'a a'1 kauibawpta
IITMS ti Ju II July 4
Hr-.HKMi S.KI. , , . Slay M JiiwH al II
MtlNSrVMS . ,JHaa JhmH July IS
N T la l'! moult), i htrhmiif llainbui
MIM MaySl July I Ah. S
tnil.Mt Jan II July tS An. SI
N V lit I'nbh. (J'in'on A ,vroil
I.INUIMI ....Mar IS JaaalS July IS
M VTIIIS nwl.. .Slay J Juna SI Jaly IS
l.OM iaaw).JM S July
kSM.SHIA Ave. S
N. T. la Londonderry n& Olfow.
COI I'SiniA May M JanaSS Jaly tS
(AMEKONIt ....Juna SOrt. T.
AM.S.KIA JuaalS July IS Aa.IS
N T. to Vln. Clibraliar, Nai'laa, I'alraa.
OutoiovBlk an Trltala,
II ll.lt Jaa U
Boatoo ta Lonrtondorry, Llvarpool an
AM RI1 Slay tt July tpt. U
Hnonii to quaanaloon ana uvarpoaii
SSHSHIS (nt)...M.y SI Juaa tS
SKM SMA July IS i
LACO.MA (nsw) Jul :s .
via Plotnraaqua 8t t.awranca Poula
llonlrtal to Oln.fow
SSTIRMA ...May IS Juna IS July 14
S.I. t MI S May tS Juna
I SHNSMIRA .. t JunvSv July SS
ATHKM A .... Ave IS knit. IS
A 1,0 calla at Stovllla, Iraland.
Uoniraal to IJvarpool
At.BSMS ... .June I July IS Aur. !
TtKKIISMA ..June 24 JulyM fpl. t
Alert MA July S Auf . IS bpt. IS
Alto ralla at Glaiiow.
Sloniraal to I'lymouih. Charbourg and
AMI S M A Juna IT July IS Aur. SS
ATOMA July t A of. 5 BP1.
Apply Company 'a Loral Acta. KtarjT her.
I.The Land of the Sky Blue
f OTOR, fish, golf, camp in the
woods or along the motor
trail or atop In a big city bote!) you're
ckwe to nature or civilization as you please.
Cornel By motor, railor boat ask your
local ticket agent about reduced summer
ratea. Write for information and literature.
fen Thousand Lakesof MinnesotiAsaa.
1 169 Host th Stmt, St. Paul, Mlna.
When vou vrttt. indicaf kiniofinformalum
Parmsnant Sumnasr Hon Sites
aintfilll ASnnodera hotal
HOTEL. every room with batn
(aw Hotel Bed Book In avery PullBaa car)
eatabltob your Mlnneaota touring headquar
ter here for mall, telegrams, laundry , at,
write for booklet: addnaa
Tha Saint Paul Hotel, Salat Paul. Mfcta
Of course, you .will visit our won-"i
drousl?est! Lei the Burlington help. "
The map shows how BURLINGTON
SERVICE solves the vacation prob- ..
lem---to Colorado, the great National
Parks, Pacific Northwest, Cali
fornia Every where Vest.
This is travel bargain year. Vaca
tion costs are down!
BURLINGTON TRAVEL AND INFORMATION BUREAU
1508 Faraam Street, Atlantic 5578
J. B. Reynolds, City Ticket Agent J. W. Sfaarpe, City Passenger Agent
.0 cin L L -f -''wt'u"l-- " if "
pkted svetenees cf five ear tsith
reductions lor good bcluvwr.
Three of the nine, Jvhn .Svita. a
Portuguese; Herbert Matilrr. an
tri.liuun, and Joseph Oaies, an Kug
lithman, er rearrested by fitimi
gration authorities immediairly alter
A New Train k
To Denver ;k
gateway to the Rockies
MORE people thaa ever will spend this Sum
mer in Colorado. ' Therefore we will add a
third daily train from Omaha to Denver on May
29th. It will leave Omaha Union Station at 8:10
a. m. and arrive in Denver at 8 JO p. m. the fajt
train to Colorado. Pullmans, Observation Car,
Chair Car, Coaches and Dining Car.
Summer fares are much Lower
to all points west and there's no war tax. Spend
the summer in Colorado's cool mountains; or stay
a few weeks en route to Yellowstone, the Pacific
Northwest or California No extra charge. '
Three Daily Trains to Denver
From May Daily Now Daily Now
Lv. Omaha 8:10 a.m. 4:25 p. nu 1:15 a.m.
Ar. Denver 8:30 p.m. 730a.m. 330p.m.
train daily to Pacltv- Coast 2 to Yellowstone)
TV1 1 T Tq wncre vou want to go this summer,
X Cll WO and let us tell you about the very low faxes
j their release, snj, tsstr strtr4 fr
! $fw Voilf lor dfrwiiatbu.'
ftraJ Tlt Pee al h stay
throujh. You tsill find it interest,
and give you Deauuruiiy illustrates
Call Phon or Writ
K. K. CURTS, City resseagarAf sat
1416 Dodge St., Omr.ha
Pbene Douglas 4000
Consolidated Ticket Office
U.P.Hdqrs., 1416 Dodge St
10th and Marcy Sts.
Taha dowa year "at hem" aita aad
apaad ywar ereaiato at Kra( park
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