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THE Bfc.rJ: OMAHA. 4llUiwlAl. MAV I.
lo Renew Fisht
for Cupper Bill
I'Uii lo Hrgiu'Apain in Drive
A;aiut Future Trading
- l?ii?; tioiu Male hy
By GEORGE F. AUTItlER
W aahinala. nB4M thmmhm It.
-Washington. May 17. (Special)
The supreme court iferuum, nllfn
hy I hirf Juiiw Tail, declaring on
khi.iiIuikiimI te t4pper act, whirli
aiqied to destroy tr4iJmg in futures
i'i Brain, has Int Die atlvoeatet of
thai tncatme awha.t.
The mm who were behind lite
Capper me4iire, including Senator
Norm r( Nebraska, ate taking flock
of what shuuM be done and what
might be done.
Senator Capper o( Kama, author
of the bill. aid the decision was
"most imiortiiiiate" and "most une.
Senator Capper id the advocate
of legislation naint tradinir in (u
litre would not surrender because
of the decision.
Start at Beg inninf.
"We find that we must begin all
nil over again," he aid, "and meet the
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Nnre the supreme court has derided , ,jkf, ,hat whfn the Brljn conlroj
that the tax feature of the bill if ; hw , ttwtitttin it wi, hm t0 be
unconstitutional we will have to rfw,rirn (rom ,e u,.fr me. The
irame a measure wnwn win nieci tne portion pf fHe ,fri,ion df.iPB- with
tllllllBIIIB VI IIIC iUUII.
"That is the question for the law
ers and I am not a lawyer, but I
iiav nn Hniitit mmt mean ran be
af, efv,rrcve,,,i"g what e regard i Winter Wheat Normal;
?We will not ouit and will com
menre atVmce to frame a new bill
and start the fisht all over agam."
t Tax It Penalty.
That "part of the court decision
which the authors of the hill contend
destroys the effectiveness of the leg
ilatiou deals with Article 4, which
assesses a tax of 20 cents a bushel
against all wheat which is handled by
any one except chambers of com
merce or grain exchanges, which
meet other requirements of the bill,
The decision points out that this is
a loose application of the taxing pow
er and holds that taxes cannot be
levied for penalty purposes as in this
case. It holds this decision in line
with the child labor decision just
The decision holds that the bill
nukes ao reference t interstate com
Senator Capper id today ft was
true the tax Jetted M the bill t
prohibitive and was not iniM'4 to
rtite menu, lie maintained, bow
cm, that similar tw tf the taxing
poer had been made in the oleo
Wilt !mm Statement.
I'ntil the decision ai written by
Chief Justice Taft ha been carefully
difeiteO, oltKiai ol the Ucpaiuneni
ol Agnculiure.charged with the con
trol ol the gram eachangei and fu
lure trading under the law. do not
know what they will do. They are
not certain how much real control
hai been left to them.
The secretary or "agriculture n
nounced today that some time next
weelc the department would iue a
statement to the trade, showing jut
what control should be exercised in
conformity with the decision of the
Cannot Forc Membership.
The court did more than knock
out the tax features of the law. It
denied the government the right to
force admisiion of co-operative aso
ciationt on an equal footing with
other memhera ol the gram ex
changes. The machinery of control
i still left intact and the Department
of Agriculture retains the right to in
vestigate and make public findings, a
power which has heretofore been
held by the federal trade commission.
J he aupreme court recently new
the packer-control act constitutional,
but in that act tne pacxers are
reached through the commerce
My Marriage Problems
Adele Carriaon'g New rhaae of v
. "REVELATIONS OF A WIFL"
BERTRAM SIMON, well
known photographer of Ta-
ccma, Wash., who says that since
taking Tanlac with such good re
salts he now knows why every
body is praising this wonderful
lift. K ' M
"When they told me about Tanlac
it seetned almost too good to be true,
but since taking the medicine I know
for ihyself that all they said about it
...L T .rtni Citvmn 1IUI
E E44oth St., Tacoma, Wash., a well
51 suffered from rheumatism in my
shoulders for ten years and at one
titrte had to go to the hospital. I was
down in bed for months and hardly
able to turn from side to side. I
couldn't sleep and I don't believe I
had a day free from pain. My ap
petite, failed and I couldn't digest a
thma: properly. Gas made me have
heartburn for hours after meals.
. "In a very short time after I start
ed taking Tanlac I actually felt like
a new man. I am now entirely rid of
rheumatism and my stomach is in
firat-class condition, While I have
gained ten pounds and never felt
better. I have recommended Tanlac
to a number of people and I am al
ways glad to say a cood word for
thkf remarkable mrdicinc."
' Tanlac is sold by all good drug
J Doctors daily prescribe
itiis oinhnemfo heal
J skin froubis because
this pltae is regarded as a direct
Migge-tioii to congress as to how to
Needs Rain in Nebraska
Washington. May 17. Winter
wheat and other fall-sown grains
continued, during the week, to make
normal gains, according: to the crop
review issued by the United States
Department of Agriculture. It was
added, however, that "rain is needed
in portions of the northeast and in
some north central states, especially
Iowa and eastern Nebraska, and the
wheat in the far northwest would rc
spond to warmer weather..
"Germination of spring wheat lias
been good throughout the belt, the
report said, "and the early-sown crop
is looking good generally. Oats
made satisfactory progress, also, al
thougn moisture is needed in some
quarters, especially in the upper
Mississippi vallcv districts.
Work in the corn fields generally
accomplished good results, the re
view said, plantin? being under way
"nearly to the northern limits of the
belt, and early sowing coming ud
as tar north as the Unto valley.
Young Mother, Handling
Gun, Fatailly Shoots Self
North Flatte. Neb.. Mav 17. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. John McComus, 22,
mother of a young child, fatally shot
herself while handling a .38-caliber
revolver The bullet entered the abdo'
men and severed the spinal chord,
death resulting in a few hours after
the accident. The family came here
from Oklahoma a few months ago.
The Way The Roof Adventure'
Several minutes ticked heineltrt
itiy upon the old clock sitting on
the fireplace mantel relore l-iliian
tpoke again. As if the mention ol Al
ten Drake had 4 her planning the
encounter arte meant to stage fe
fwecn the man hmiih and the brit
bant member of the secret diplomatic
service, she bent toward the bre. her
elbows en her knees, her thin cupped
in her palms, and I o whom the
attitude was mnt familiar and s'B'ii
Huntgestured softly to Toni Ches
ter for silence.
The expreion on hi open, boy
ih fare brought a smile to mine, for
it held admiration ami bewilderment
in about equal proportion. 1 guessed
that he never had seen a woman tike
Lillian before, and that he was lot
ing no opportunity 01 studying ner
At any rate, he was watching her as
narrowly at I. and when she finally
relaxed, sank back in her chair and
closed her eyes for a second. I heard
him give an unconscious little sign
of relief, and knew that in hit boy
ih enthutiatm for her work he had
shared her tension in the unknown
problem, and welcomed its apparent
"Jkow for the roofl Lillian open
ed her eyes, gave herself a tiny
shake, and rose from her chur. alert.
capable, resourceful, "t'ome outside.
and let' ee whether there still
light in the Ticer farmhouse. Throw
snmethine around von, MaMge. inc,
air will be chilly after this fire."
We followed her switt footstep
into the hall. At the door I caught
her by the shoulders, turned her
around, and gave her a little nhake.
Madge Ordera Wops.
The air will be chilly after this
fire, will it, oh, inconsistent Caudrrl
Are You Taking The Course of
Isn't it true that all through your
life you have sought to avoid doing
difficult things, and often have con
gratulated yourself because you have
gone through life with so little per
sonal effort? .
Ynii have followed this course so
long that you are actually afraid to
undertake anything; which presents
features or prospects of difficulty.
If you are young, there is time
for vou to change. .
if 1 you have come to the place
where you realize what you have
missed in the way of education, ex
perience and ability to battle with
the hard things, it will be harder for
you to change.
Before it is too late, better stop
favoring yourself and take a man's
Maybe you have never tried your
self out and you fear the unknown
quantity, and it will be a big struggle
to overcome your timidity.
You know that you have not
reached the position in life you might
have reached if you had been willing
to pay the price sacrifice, hard work,
hours of planning, weeks of anxiety:
perhaps years of it.
The successful man is a mental and
physical har worker, and if you have
been unwilling to undergo the experi
ences to get to the top. do not
grumble about it. - .
Dog Hill Parografs
By George Bingham"
Sile Kildew has come to the con
clusion that the old saying about
killing two birds with one stone is
not true, as he tried it out on two
While he didn't have anything else
to do today. Slim Pickens sat down
while and wondered what has be
come of all the rocks.
Miss Hostetter Hocks had her pic
ture made out of doors today. The
picture is a good one and all the
renery loeaad vtry natural except
her. " , " . .
SL ECPY "TIME TALES
THE TALE OF
ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEYJ
By ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY.
The Promised Treat
Snowball wasn't sorry that John
nie Green had turned him into the
pasture. He found the pasture a de
lightful place. He had plenty of
company, for there was a whole
flock of sheep with him. And not
only did he soon become acquainted
I laughed, "fhi particular goose it
going to see that ou are imed the
4 me saure you itteie out. Mr,
I better, lc4 o me the to
motor coats (mm the hrt hook in
the hall cloiet.
I.illun nude a wry face as young
Chester, brought the C04U. and 1.
t4king h'rr fioin him, quickly w raped
her in it.
"Vou have all the 'makiW of a
political bos in you, Madge," she
4id. "Mr. thetter, I warn you that
in this arouied mood she's capable
of making you put on golothet be
fore you venture out."
Tom Chester laughed boyishly.
"I enjoy bring dossed," he said,
and held my coat for me.
At I tlipprd my arms into it I was
conscious of a touch on my hair, a
of fingers lightly putting into place
a misplaced lock. It was so evanes
cent a thing that the next instant I
chicled myself for the fancy. Surtly,
my common sene was fast depart
ing. I told myself grimly, when my
imagination could find nothing better
with which to busy itself than a ri
diculout notion like that. I sternly
repressed a desire to steal a glance
at the youth behind me, and the next
second we were outside with Lillian,
(canning that part of the horizon in
which lay the iicer cottage.
"Did You Stumble?"
At this distance we could sec no
outline of the house, but we could
not see a glimmer of light either, and
we were reasonably sure that all
the members of the Ticer family
were tafely asleep.
twelve o clock and alls well."
Lillian chanted softly. "All right,
my hearties. We'll heave ho. or to
and fro. for the roof. Snap on your
flashlight, Mr. Chester, well stroll
around beneath Katie's window, and
you can figure what you need for
The flashlight's gleam on the be
dewed path which wc followed to the
rear of the house seemed eerie.
ghostly, to my excited imagination.
The darkness on all sides was pall
like and pressed upon us smothering-
ly. Involuntarily I put out my hand,
caught Tom Chester' arm, and re
leased it the next second with a burn
ing face at my own cowardice.. The
flashlight in his hand wavered, ana
he stopped abruptly.
iJid vou stumble; he asked so
es, I returned laconically.
Better hold on to me, then. How
about you, Mrs. Underwood? Don't
you need an arm?
"Thank you, but I m far better by
myself," Lillian answered. "I never
tried to lean on a man's sturdy
strength yet, but what I not only
managed to stumble myself, but to
drag him ignominiously to his knees
with me. No, 111 stagger along by
And I also am better off alone,
thank you," I echoed, determined not
to be outdone in courage. I was hu
miliatingly conscious that in the jan
gled state of my nerves I would have
been glad indeed to grip Tom Chea
ter s strong young arm tightly..
Making the House
Look Cool for
Mist True. Piftkf give me tome
himt on tenine my home ready lor
summer weather. Mr t. H, Menu,
Mrs. II., eu have net euro tne
any description ol your rooms as to
tte or ue. or location In tne Home
I am wondering il you have a tun
ponh, rool living room rtf. I should
like to know in which Uneriion the
houe facet, tshether your living
room is a north, caU or south room,
Can you breakfast on the porch etc.
I'leate write me in detail that I may
better serve your needs. I can only
suggf't general change lo be done
with the inlorinatiuii you have given
' Remove all heavy rtaik wool or
velvet dupes and hangings and
heavy curtains and substitute cool
looking rhintres or cretonne or
drapes and light airy curtains.
If you can afford to remove your
heavy winter rugs clean and store
them and ue summer rugs. The grit
and dut of summer is hard on rugs.
It 1 often economical to roll them
in newspapers to protect against
moths and purchate gras or ruth
rugs for summer use. Thete fibre
rug are of good design and are
auiie durable and inexpcntive.
Cover your davenport and chairs
with slip covert and make some sum
mer cushion to correspond with
your color scheme. There are all
sorts of figured cretonnes, damaskt
and chintzes to be had for furniture
There is glared English chintx on
the market that is to be recom
mended for davenports. You can
find striped materials for more tail
ored slips if you prefer them to the
flowered cretonnes, then there are the
Colonial fabrirt if you wish a colon
lal room you can find them in
cretonnes, chintzes, repp and denims.
You can be just as gay with birds
and flowers as you like.
Store every object that will look
warm orf a hot day; every article
that tends to clutter a room, remove
brie-a-hrac and oil paintings; hang
a few, etchings or water colort on
It your walls arc to ue repapered
to look cool use grays, green or toft
tans. Striped wall papers are good
if you use plain drapes. These are
good in the living room, while blue
and buff suggest a cool dining room;
lavender and gray make a good com
bination for a bed room.
If vou have painted or wicker
furniture make good use of it during
the summer, and store one or two
pieces of heavy upholstered furniture.
If you wish your house to look
cool summer rugs, slip covers, sum
mer drapes and curtains will change
the entire atmosphere of your room.
Be sure and use sunfast fabrics that
will not fade with wear and launder
Dr. Gilder to Speak.
Dr. Robert Gilder will give a gal
lery talk Sunday at 4 p. m. on the
third floor of the public library un
der the auspices of the Omaha So
ciety of Fine Arts.
"I will," SrTowball promised.
with them, but he met other folk,
such as Billy Woodchuck and Jimmy
Kabbit and void Mr. Crow. And
though some of the older sheep paid
scant heed to so young a lamb as
Snowball. Mr, Crow often went out
of his way to stop and talk with him.
that was because Mr. Crow loved
a bit of gossip. . And he was willing
to chat with anybody on the chance
of picking up some interesting morsel
"We're going to have a treat."
Snowball informed old Mr. Crow one
The old gentleman cocked his head
on one. side and looked at Snowball.
How do you know you are? he
demanded. He was a great one for
'the Muley Cow told me. Snow
ball explained. "Down in the barn
she heard Farmer Green tell Johnnie
about it. A
'Ah. ha!" cried Mr. Crow. "I'll
have to keep an eye on things. If
there's going to be a treat I must
get my share of it. Where's it going
to be where do you expect to have
this treat: , .
"Right, here in this casturel"
. lit r s-
inais gooa Mr. crow ex
claimed. "I'm glad of that. I can
enjoy it, then. I-feared it might be
in the barn. And I like plenty of
room if I'm. to enjoy a treat prop-
Snowball began to feel a bit un
easy,-, . ,
The Muley Cow didn t say any
thing about you're being invited," he
blurted. In fact, she said that this
treat was for us sheep only!'1
Dont you worry about that!" the
old gentleman assured him. I know
well enough that if Farmer Green
didn't mention inviting me it was be
cause he forgot it. know he
wouldn t like it if I staved awav ."
snowball began to wish he hadn t
mentioned the treat to Mr. Crow.
But the secret was out. And when
Mr. Crow asked when the treat was
going to be, Snowball confessed that
the Muley Cow had told him the
flock would enjoy it that very day.
Ah! said Mr. Crow with a smirk.
Then I must stay where I can see
what's- going on. So I'm going to
sit in that tall elm over by the stone
wall. When I see the sheep begin
to bunch together 1 11 join you at
once . . . Please bleat three times
when the treat is ready, for I might
I will. Snowball promised.
And then Mr. Crow got ready to
By the way, he said, pausing,
what's the treat to be" -"The
Muley Cow said she heard
Farmer Green tell Johnnie to -'salt
the sheep today'," Snowball ex
To his great surprise, old Mr.
Crow let out a deafening squawk
when he heard that bit of news.
"Then I'll keep as far away from
the pasture as I can get!" he cried.
What should be done in the case
of a little boy of 4 who is afraid of
strangers, whether children or
lime win remedy this situation.
Better have him timid than too self-
confident. American children are
as a rule, too lorward and, seltas
Central High Cadets to Co
Into Camp at Valley June 6
The cadet regiment of Central
high school will entrain for its annual
10-day encampment at Valley. Neb..
on the afternoon of June 6. Half of
the days are to be given up to drill.
the remainder of the time being open
for reading, swimming or other rec
reation. The Y. M. C. A. will furn
ish amusements each evening.
mFOR BAKING PURPOSESX
"Cmptain KM will re
Imm ymur littlm baby.
My, by handing vr
Mat big bo of KMogg't
Corn Flaktt. All my
photos won't oat ony
othor kind tor broakfatt
but Kollogf!" v
and delicious Corn Bakes
Kellogg's are the original Corn Flakes and they ought
to be superior in flavor and in crispness! You have only
to eat Kellogg's, then try the imitations, to know the
wonder deliciousness of Kellogg's. . You never ate more
fascinating food than Kellogg's Corn Flakes!
Tomorrow morning, serve Kellogg's at the family;
breakfast party I Let big and little folks tell you how
much better Kellogg's Corn Flakes really are because
Kellogg's are never tough or leathery, and that Kellogg
, flavor prove it out for yourself 1
Insist upon Kellogg's, the delicious
kind of Corn Flakes in the RED and
GREEN package that bears the signa
ture of W. K. Kellogg, originator of
Corn Flakes! NONE ARE GENUINE
17 i V
Ab sMktrs of amOGCS MUMBLES uA ULLOGCS BRAN, osokW ate krwaM
Starling Thursday Out Greatest
Underprice Dress Ptireltase
Never Yet Have You Seen Such
Extreme Dress Values as These!
vcrjr Resource of Our Organization and Its
Final Drop of Energy Has Been
Expended to Mal(c This Sale
Every Dress Involved fs Worth
al Least $35
Women will compete for first choice Thursday
morning in this lively tale. Frocks in the very
smartest of last minute styles are offered at this
extremely low price. Every color and combination
of colors is to be had. Make it your foremost
chopping duty Thursday to attend. '
Just 260 of tha Dresses aecured in
this extraordinary sale will b of
fered for Thursday aellinf. It is a
display of good judgment to bo
Omaha women wait for Hersborga
Dress Sales, for they realise their
values aro incomparable. The
are greater than over.
Rarely, if ever, have such liberal terms been
made on an electrical washer with the. added
advantages of the MAYTAG. Don't wait any
longer, the limited period of this, offer will be
gone before you realize it. Step in and buy
YOUR MAYTAG NOW, on terms of but $5 .
down and then $5 each month. And remember
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