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THE BKEj OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1922.
Film Lorn, Frank Mio ami
Henry 1). Walthall All Ac
ruml of .Marrjiiig Within
Year ft Wtsurt't.
Lot Angtlr. Way If !uwti
lion of nurruirt of two ohr jrow
iiirni motion picture artor who "
ihi step after obtaining an lmr.
Ic ruler jr decree o( d vone and iib
out waiting (or a final dense, it
under way, in addition to ihe probe
( lha marriaie ol Kodoiph Valen
I. bo, it wn announced al the dittritl
attorney's oiikt here today.
The actor arc Frank Mayo and
Henry 0. Walthall, according to the
district attorney' announcement. !
Mayo wa married at Tijuana, Me- j
ica, after the granting o( an inirr
locutory decree of divorce Jiere. The
l.ride of the aerond marriage at
Tijuana wa Dagmar tJodowiky.
daughter of Dr. Leopold Uodowtky,
Oovernmant Takea Hand. i
The federal department of jiwlice.
win invrftiigate rne marriage 01 ivo
dolph Valentino, it became knowo
Valentino will be questioned by
federal officers, it wa atated at the
federal building, and an effort will
t made to interrogate the bride at
soon a the can be reached at some
point between here and New York,
tier reported destination.
Frank M. SturgU, in charge of
the department of justice bureau forgave her husband the third time
here, laid that the investigation into ' in two ycart and returned to him.
Country on Verge
of New Business
Era, Harding Says
PreiuVu Trlli Member of
U. S. Chamber of Commerce
tMiiM4 m rs )
commerce. It will not do o purine
tl activitiei with which we Amrri.
ram are connected without a mind
fulness of everybody involved. Com
merce ranncu ne ojumcu uou ij ,
the fortune ol the captain 01 in-
duttrv. There mut always be a
II! V III V..P thought ol the great nun without
1 LOVe lOUl 1 LOVe IOUI fthom there could be no productivity
r . if on the one hn4 anoiitiie consump
uries Lener 10 oiiev tn on the other.
. v 0
ifc I'tUmina marriage prompt
I by re port made to orhct tti
ltiilnn had iult4 I lie IQ
hue alave a.t
Valentin 'Bora in Italy,
' to Angeles, May K The
cedent oi Kud-ilplt Valrutmo, the
pioiiuN pit tare actor who marriage
at Mfucali wa recently announced,
ae atrd by bi inend here to be
unqtetiuAably luttait, lie wa
born w Italy, they y, ami there U
no record a ailabie here to how thai
he La ever lot hi Italian ciiwcn.
khiu by fcAimaluattfu, alihougb it
wj uied at hi nudio that be wa
commonly utdertuo4 there to be an
American ciiuea by adoption.
Valentino u ou'tied here in No
vember. IVIV. to Mia Ja Acker,
from whom be a given an inter
kwuMry drrree of divorce. January
10. I'lLt II: name wa given in the
marriage apphcatioo at Rodolpho
Gughclm aad hi place of birth at
Italy, til wa then 24.
How Do They Look to You?
" aaJM O
t'nd thi. but 1 know that yog will
From your forever loving. mi
rrable, little gtrL
1. S.-bix o'clock. At I read
tint over in the cool, tane light of
morning. I rcalire that 1 am the
auprcmc fool in writing to you, but
I -want to know the outcome
Forgive the handwriting. ,
One of the letter bore no aaluta
lion, and wat evidently the bitter
outpouring of diappoinimcnt. It
title wat -The Supreme FooL" It
Mie wat a little fool when the
married at 15. ,
She wat a little fool wen the
Buy the brand on which
you can rely. Every batch
that leaves the conden
saries is given an extra,
final laboratorytest to in
sure purity and quality.
It's pure country milk
with the cream left in,
She wat a little fool when the
thought divorce could bring joy.
She wat a bigger fool when the
felt for the sympathy of a travel
ing talesman; for lutening to him
when he taid he would take the
place of father, mother, husband.
When he promised to take care
of her and thield her from harm.
She wa a big fool when ahe
believed his promise to ask noth
ing of ber except everything.
She was a atill bigger fool when
hi disappearance without a fare
well hurt her, not phytically but
She was the greatest fool when
she allowed a handsome young
artist to pull the same trick; then
she gave herself to him believing
the gave at last to tome one who
Verily, verily, wonders will never
cease. A girl begins the role of
fool in the drama of life and con
tinues playing it until
Katherine O'Brien Benefit
at Wymore Well Attended reward
Wymore, Net, May 18. (Special)
The dance given for the benefit of
Miss Katherine O'Brien of Omaha,
candidate in the Good Will contest
sponsored by The Omaha Bee for
the benefit of the American fund for
devastated France, waa attended by
about 400, and was a social and
financial success. A spechUjrain was
run from here to Superior to carry
a crowd to the dance given -for the
benefit of Miss O'Brien there.
"And 1 bee to remind you that
the great world war, like every other
war which preceded it. but more not
ably the grrat world war, because
of its incalculable immensity, ha left
t state in human affairt quite differ
ent from any that ever preceded it.
The war would have been a complete
waste, it would have been an utter
tacrifire of every effor. if we did not
find the great human procession on
a little higher plan than that which
it followed before. And all Ameri
can commerce must keep that in
mind. There never will be a time
when you can go back completely to
the old order of American industry
and exchanges in trade.
"I tay this at the very moment
when we are on the threshold of
a new era. i-ndouDiediy mere is
more than a mere business revival in
sight Our country is finding itself
again. We are fundamentally right
and we do not intend ever to be dis
couraged for a long time.
"Business is reviving and we are
toon to resume our onward way and
I admonish you of the larger respon
sibility to keep in mind the new state
of human affairs and the awakened
aspirations of men.
M do not think that any business
ran permanently succeed that is not
honorable. . I do not think any enter
prise, ought to succeed that is not
honorable. And if you will combine
honesty and honor, that enterprise
which makes such a slogan will stand
unchallenged before the world.
. "There is one fundamental that we
ought never forget. No law can ever
be enacted or any substitute ever
found for the reward of merit. , It
is the essence of our social life; it. is
fundamental in our religous life. And
I am quite sure that there can be no
abiding reward without merit and I
am eauatlv sure that there can be but
little of merit without prospect of
I "-' S v III? i vv -
1 x i 1 1 I r -
Do you like "the looks" of these boytr State Sheriff Gut Hyert didn't
Remit: The youtht are in jail and Hyert announce! he hat two violators
of the public welfare in custody.
The boys, Koy Scott and T. J. Collins, who taid they lived In Cleve-
j land, la., were walking down the street in Lincoln when Hyert happened
' along, lie "didn't like their looks," to he flopped them. They didn't antwer
tut questions satislactonly, and to jail they went.
Next day they confessed to Hyert the theft of an automobile at Cleve
land and an attempt to burglarize a bank at Arion. Ia.
Thit it the second time Hyert hat secured confessions of wrong doing
frk.n Antk. uil,n. ('lrtr L- n I . a I,:.,. n. U . . . . J . I
; Tell advertisers you saw it adver
tised in The Bee. '
STARTING AT 9 AM.
Six 14 to 38
'. Worth Up to
In Ginghun, French
Gin bun and Ratine
Site 16 to As
Worth Up to
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Day In This Store
Value Up to
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"Not so verv Ion aeo there came
into the executive office a v'cry dis
tinguished visitor, whose homeland is
Russia. He was talking of conditions
existing there and expressing a hope
for its restoration to which (we can
all cordially subscribe and he said:
Only One Way
"'Mr. President, it will never be
brought about until the existing ays
te mis abandoned.' He aid,(?l know
peasants of simple honesty and ready
industry who have heretofore always
been eager to work and produce but
under a system where they retain
only that which is' necessary for their
subsistence and the surpluses are
taken from them,' the inspiration to
produce has been destroyed." He
said 'Russia can never be restored
until the communistic idea is put
aside and rewards for-righteous human-activity
are restored to the citi
zenship of that land.'
"l am happy to come today be
cause this is merchant marine day
on your program. I am happy to
come because there is no, one con
structive thought in the. mind of the
admmstration at the present time
which takes rank over that of a de
sire to firmly; and successfully .es
tablish an American merchant ma
rine. " ' ' ' . '
"I do not know of a nation m the
world that, ever attained eminence in
trade without it was eminent as a
carrier of trade. ' :
"It is needless to tell a body of
business men and women ' that no
thoughtful producer - turns to his
competitor for his deliveries and you
may apply this to nations. And just
now the American republic finds it
self in an unusual situation. Out of
the critical conditions existing' dur
ing the world war we builded ships
and ships and ships. We expended
billions to enlarge our shipping to
meet the war need, and peace came
and found us the owners of the sec
ond largest tonnage in the world. We
found government in business, not
fortunately in business either, so far
as the merchant marine is concerned,
and so we are making the congress to
give us a merchant marine law under
which we hope to put government
out of the shipping business and un
der which we hope to put America
conspicuously on the pathway of the
seas:' ' ' ' 'v'. '
'This is essential, not only for ex
panding commerce, but it is exceed
ingly essential for American defense.
I hope the day, will never come when
we must resort to wac again. " I do
not believe we would have ever been
drawn into the war; I do not hesi
tate to say I doubht if there had ever
been a world war, if America had,
prior to the war," commanded a mer
chant marine commensurate with our
commercial importance in the world.
"I hope to see the day come, when
we shall have so encouraged Ameri
can shipping that we may carry your
products under-the American flag
with our messages of peace and good
will to all the marts of the world.
Must Be R'ght at Home.
"I know you are interested in
world restoration.-'. So is your gov
ernment. But I beg to remind you
we must always be right at home
tefor we can bt very helofu! abroad.
We do not mean to hold aloof; we
want to plav a frreat nation's aye, a
preat people's part in the world. I
don't know of anything that would
help more than to, give the world an
example of a commercial nation with
an abimh.ar conscience. I wonder if
you understand just what I mean by
"Let me give you an example. We
are having the problem of tariff
legislation. It is not an easytask. I
am sure you know where I stand,
because I J-ave spoken officially to
i congrcss. - believe in au American
industry first of all in the world. I
do not want any American industry
destroyed to build up some other in
"An illustration was brought to the
attention of tome members of con
gress the other day, of imports being
brought into tha United Stairs be
cause of conditions in the old World.
Let me make you a hypothetical fig
ure. Imports were brought in and
with the tariff added on a single ar
ticle, the first cost of which was, we
will ray, 25 cents, the article was
priced to sell to the American con
sumer at $5. That is a commerci
without a conscience.
' Complaints Expected.
"You cannot be astonished that
there is complaint from both Ameri
can producer and consumer. You
crnnot afford to destroy American
industry to facilitate an importing
trade like that. You cannot afford
to have international exchange of a
"Did you ever stop to think how
commerce originated? Primitive
nian.was not concerned about it. He
only dug into the soil which nature
left at his disposal and produced suf
ficiently to sustain himself and those
for whom he was responsible. In a
little while, one man found that he
could produce conveniently more
than he needed for himself along
some lines. Another produced some
thing else more effectively than he
needed for his own consumption.
"So it is with international trade.
We want to trade with the world. I
believe is is possible to trade with
the world without any destruction of
American productivity. I wish for
such an arrangement. Let us sell
things that Americans can produce
advantageously to those who cannot
produce them. Let us buy the things
that they have to sell to us and which
we do not produce.
Must Be Contented
"Out of such exchanges comt
righteous relationship and balances
of trade and the continued forward
movement of the great human pro
cession. While we, are marching in
that procession, it is always wise to
keep in mind those who have diffi
culty in maintaining the pace and
the forward moving army must be one
of contentment and continued good
fortune. If we may have in Amer
ica conditions under which men may
produce and enjoy life with some,
thing of luxury as well as the neces
sities, we shall have a contented cit
izenship: and out of a contented citi
zenship comes patriotic citizenship.
"I- .1.. t .i . i. :
i, cue luiiiuiuaiiim ox inese iniiiKS
I hope to see our America go on
as a nation producing not just hun-
creds of billions, but a nation sur
passing our possible dreams, a pros
perous, happy future where men
gather around the carapfires at night
and sing their songs of rejoicing and
awaken to their tasks and resume
their march with that hope which is
the righteous inheritance of a free
citizenship in this republic."
Omahans Seek Passports.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Bald.
rige applied at federal court today
for passports for a trip to Europe.
They will sail from New York June
w. Mr. and Mrs. Ired Castle and
son Frederick, will sail for Europe
June 24. They applied for passports.
"Drys" Seize Dining Car
Roanoke. Va.. May 18. Prohibi
tion officers at Bluefield, W. Va.,
seized the djning car of a Norfolk
and Western passenger train and ar
rested the crew, according ru in-
tormation received at the general
office here. . ' .
British Give Up Hope
of Aid From America
(Coatimwd IVaai Tt Oat.)
interfere in any way in the internal
affairs of other states, and not to
assist financially or by any other
means political organizations in other
countries, and will oblige them to
tupprest in their territory "any at
tempt to commit acts of violence on
other statet or aiming to disturb the
territorial or political status quo."
After approval today the commis
cion document will be sent to the
Lnited States government, probably
with a letter again extending an in.
viiauun tur American participation.
Reutcr's today states .that a reply
has been received from the United
States with reference to participa
tion in the projected commission at
1 ha Hague on Russian affairs, saying
the United States reserves its deci
sion, pending a further investigation
and until the situation becomes
Br The Aaaoctated Pre.
Washington, May 18. The Genoa
conference was described as "more
of a clinic than a conference" in a
cablegram from Frank A. Vander
lip. New York banker, to the Cham
ber of Commerce of the United States
which was read at last night's ses
sion of that organization s annual
convention. ; -
"It has exposed the variety, nature
and extent of the diseases from which
Europe is suffering,". Mr.; Vanderlip
said, "but has performed no surgical
operation and has administered no
important dose of medicine." -.
'Owing to the prohibition against
discussion of more important sub
jects in the conference," the cable
gram said, "the economic significance
of Russia has been absurdly em
phasized." Mr. Vanderlip added that
unless "strong statesmanship com
pelled a reasonable attitude on , the
part of France," the German situa
tion would be critical, since royalist
plots and "significant Increasing
prices promise great social hardship
which may result in revolutionary
After reviewing actions taken at
the conference and interpreting them
from the viewpoint of internatidnal
relations, Mr. Vanderlip added "that
the attitude of the American govern
ment with respect to Europe has been
so eminently wise that I feel like
trusting the administration fully and
that we had better not embarrass it
Kinkaid to Retire;
Health Is Broken
Ton to Fat Two, Colnmn On.) -Judge
Kinkaid has acaulred the reo-!
utation of being one of the hardest
working members in spite of his age.
He' has been one of the first men to
appear at his office and one of the
last to quit. His exact age is a
secret, for the judge t would never
divulge the date of his birth. His
biography in. the Congressional
Record is extremely briet and iol
lows: i . .
"M. P. Kinkaid, republican, of
O Neill, president of law class ot
1876, University of Michigan; chair
man of judiciary committee of the
Nebraska state senate, 1883;',Nebras-
ka district judge tor 13 years; Mason,
Odd Fellow and Elk; elected to the
fifty-eighth congress and each suc
cessive congress since."
Judge Kinkaid has not decided
whether he will remain in Washing-1
ton or return home.
Is it costing you too
much to live?
Good Housekeeping will help
you solve the cost of living,'
help you save on clothing,
groceries, entertainment, home
building and planning, vaca
tions, etc It will bring joy and
efficiency into your home. In
the big June issue, 57 features
and 7 stories. How about tak
ing a copy home tonight?
Rates on Varnish
Between Agricultural Tariff
Blue to Support Commit
tec Vhu Generally.
Wellington. May IS. Averting
that trnsie repuhlaant, or mott ol
thciu, hud decided to accrpt the pend
ing Urnf bill at reported by the
finance committee. Senator Lndrr
wood of Alabama, the dmiomtic
leader, declared in the senate that he
wanted the record on the meature
to clear that this would be the iue
in the fall campaign and that the
le could pa judgment on the
.hey (the, republican) are not
going to coinidcr the variout item
as presented," Senator Underwood
taid, "and the only jury to which we
(the democrats) can appeal it the
jury that inut pay the laxes."
The minority leader wat dicning
a paragraph in the bill dealing with
duties on pigments for paints, tie
taid thit wat one item that the people
could understand and that it couM be
made clear that the only purpose wat
to "build up a tariff wall to increase
the profits of the producer."
The committee proposal for a 25
per cent rate on varnish was the sub
ject of an attack by Senator Norris,
"-luhlicau, Nebraska, who also
..ored the votes on paint and said
it appeared that the senate agricul
tural tariff bloc was in a ''deal" to
support the committee rates gener
ally, in exchange for protection on
"I have been wondering about the
farm bloc," he added. "We've been
dealing in products the farmer needs
and have been increasing the tariff
on every one. Where, oh, where is
the farm bloc?"
Noting the presence of but a few
ni4ion, i added llut (hnnt
itir "aikpearrd in come in blindly
and vote incrra'. that we know tie
inn rating H'e tirnte I lie com.
in peot'le nw.t pay "
l can't explain it in any. other
way," b added. "Thru mut b
tunit understanding. Jl i iul fair.
hill built on that kind of a bargain
it it own death, honi rntr '
king out thi fall before farming,
rominunitiet and will not bt able to
rirftml h vote they have ct to.
Missouri Pacific Seeks
tu Remove Auburn Train
Lincoln May l.-The Miouri
Pafific railroad filed application to
diccontlnuc train J7 and 6JH be
tween Omaha and Auhnrn. The ap
plication state that $-JO.0i0 i loi
annually in operation of the tiain.
No. tS7 leaves Auburn at 6 55 in the
morning, arriving in Omaha at 12-25.
.No. 6J8 leave Omaha at 2 in the
tfternoon, arriving at Auburn at
State Loan Ao'!alioiu
Nuiue Offkera (or Year
Umrln. May IM.-The annual
meeting i( the Nrt.ra.ka league ot
nnu and oiationt
eluded thi evening Oinrcr elected
fr ih raining rr are: rendeiit,
T. U XJaithe, Fremont; I'M '
pre.'deni, K. i"'lt- Lincoln;
ond wee preidrnl, I. W. Kuhn.
Omaha; third vice pretdeiit. U V,
Hrmiiia-er, Unnd Iland; teereltry
deadlier. T. J. I iitmorri.' Omaha.
Son of Vuti t'alkenliayii
Arrive in N. Y. for Job
New York. Mv 18.-FfiU Vmi
I'tlkrnhayn. only urn ol the late field
Marlwl Von FalkenKayn. lortnrr
thirl of Malf of ihe tiernian army,
arrived today on the Srydlita.to go
tt woik. ,
l alkrnhavn. who now I onlv
nij be served n technical chief of
ihe German air force during the war.
lie aid he i going into the automo
bile buine in America.
or a dozen
A meal for. two, ; or a
meal for a dozen, is no
work at all wl) en Heinz
Spaghetti is served as
the principal dish. No
need for much else
it has the food value
and good flavor of a
complete meal Skill
fully seasoned and
coojked, Hein z Spa
ghetti requires only
heating and serving:
Rtady cooked, ready to aero
' : $3
An interesting summery group. o
trimmed sports and street hats in
shapes and colorings not surpassed
by their more expensive sisters
Because they were made
to sell from $5 to $10.
Millinery Fourth Floor
U TUNED AND -
AU Work CuaraatMd
, A. HOSPE CO.
1813 Deuglaa. . Tal. Dau SSSS.
DO you realize you are losing
money by buying cheap '
. shoes, particularly when good
shoes can be had at reasonable
Pay a fair price and demand your
money'a worth in return you
can't lose if you do that. . i.
Boyden & Bostonian
rr- Up I
; , 5. E. Corner
16th and Home's
W.Cnmdrnotfaefas&t& sfakprtenintf makes 1
breMUX)releticler-nKne appetizinftoOTp nourish Lv,
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