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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1922)
THK BKK: UMAHA, HitKSUAV, JUNK 8,
By RUBY M. AYRES.
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tot nn4i aa. kan, la raa tola awiar
arMam Ml wkirk a ftavar ataataa wllk
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kr Ika aar. Tka ajethar to klllai. kul
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raagkl ua kr Vlutet, aka kurrladlr lakaa
kiat la kar rhasa- Wlflag hawe. tow fa
a Ha Ika Hyrt . ,
Violef3glfTyvJivel in the front
bed-iitiiftavroom. m the second, floor.
When he was in "work." at Mrs.
Mipgi put ir, l)e psid her renrregu
larlv. but lately the hid hid a run
of bad luck, following an illness, and
wis four wceki behind.
Life had gone hardly with hrr.
Naturally delicate, the found it diffi
cult to krrp her health on the small
Income the could earn, which often
and often admitted only of one meal
She win, at ulie herself nut it, Jack
of all trades. She colored Christmas
cards for a firm at a slave rate; the
taught music to ojie or two aspiring
school girlt in the neighborhood; the
had even told program! in a theater'
and tried her luck in the show rooms
at Catwiok't,the big drapers.
But the continued standing had
been too much for her, and that to
gether with a chill, had resulted in
the illness that was responsible for
the arrears in the rent book.
"Whv don't ver bo 'ome.to ver
people r -Mrs. Higgs demanded one.
. . . - .... . . ...
day, at tni tiooa at me 1001 01 ine
girl't 'beer- and stared down at her
with browning brows above her one
eye. "Ain't yer got no mother or
tomeone who it be. glad to tee yer?:1
, In her rpugh yvay lrs. Higgt
meant to be kind..' It was s rough
way and Wiy those who knew her'
most intimately could penetrate- her
grim exterior and find . the kindly
heart that Seat: beneath her tight,,
The girl turned her head wearily
on the pollivi' without answering, but
a faint; flush hai) tinged her pale
checks; a mist oi' tears for a mo
ment clouded her bluejves.
he'ri'.ibfty;v:whct would, be
glad fo ee.me)v-'..he,-said presently
in a hard vitfctV ;v " '
Mrs. Hig' JiM rtfajereupon drawji
her own conclusion. -Jt. was not the
first time tei JvadMl lodgers .of
the tame typeyotlfljt'- girls who
tpoke with (f) gtSlrtle breeding of, a
lady, and who were $et as friendless
and alone ai'-'tf they had "just
growed" likeTopsy. of old.
She ttood'1n the':-dingy passage
now and followed .the girl's slim fig
ure up the drk staircase with a sort
of grim smile on her face. ?
. "It werenTin the agreement for
you to keep a child 'ere." she called
after her resentfully. "And if that's
what yer mean to . do. .up goes the
: The-girl made no reply. She
owed a month's rent already, to per
haps argument teemed a little super
fluous in the face of such a, fact he
went on her way up the two flights
of uncarpeted stairs with the -sleeping
boy held tightly in her tired
'The front bed-sitting-room was in
darkness. She groped her way to
the narrow bedstead there and laid
the child gently down. -
He stirred a little, sleepily, and
;. "Mumi-Mumf" a catch law a sob
in his voice. -. A
A sudden pain contracted the
gtrl'i heart, there were tears in her
eyes as she fumbled for matches,
and Kt a cheap lamp on the small,
rdund table in the center of the
With it in her hand she went back
t the bedside and lookefl down at
the chi$. He lay on his left side,
one fliwhed cheek ' resting- on a
chubby hand, brown curls tossed
Over the pillow, ione tiny foot kicked
free of its worn shoe, hanging, wear
ily over tjte edge of the bed.
Prayer Each Day
Thru will I hear from Heaven, and for
give JMlr sins. II Chr. 7:14.
I Almighty -God, our Heavenly
Father, we thank Thee for the way
of approach i to Thyself through the
rent el of the flesh of Jesus Christ,
our Lord;-for the efficacy of His most
precious tyood which cleanseth from
all sn; Sot 'the promise of- help
through the Holy Spirit, .when we
. knw'nof what we should pray! for;
for the assurance. thajt. Thoynearest
us, and dost delight to answer our
prayers when they a"re'in accord with
Thy Holy Will. We., bless .Thee
for Thin unspeakable-Gift, for the
matchless- expression -of Thy love in
the sacrifice of Christ, and for the
grace 'to' freely bestowed upon the
sinfut sfens -of men. Accept the hom
age f: our hearts, the surrender of
our 'Wtlis.vtrie -consecration of our
powers, and help us in all circum
stances to be true -to .Thee. Deliver
us in the time of temptation. Keep
our feet so that our steps may- not
'-slide,-and help us-not te sin against
. Thee.' Enable us ta .realize that sin
. is our enemy, that it hides Thee from
' us, and Will, if indulged in, -ruin us
in time and eternity. Fill us with
. the spiritof -Jesus, that all our speech
and conduct . may reveal His life in
us, and that we may constantly glor
ify The, .our adorable God. "Gra
. ciously , accept "Us and our .-'petitions
in the name of Jesus our Lord. Amen.
'.; HflV.-JAMES H. BQID..
tendon,. Canada. .
Eicharc!6n County Crop
' ol Newly Weds Is Small
Fattt---City Neb June- 17.-r-(Spe-cial.)
Riehardson county has pros
pect of a bumper crop agriculturally
and horticulrurally" this year, but
'harvestingJias.been pretty poor for
. paniel Cupid the poorest in years,
in fact -: V , r
i Thus.-Jar -tfts year the little love
' god has accounted for but 42 pairs
of victims ;the of the couples; iall
intr preyi to-"his markmanship. ia .the
last 24 hours.. This is a decrease -of
10 for the corresponding 4 period- of
t The expected June rush 'has not
yet matexjalized. bujt .County Judge
Virgil Faltoon has not given up hope
and continues daily to spray his of-
inc piauc mi crouc aimosBr.tfc ana
Slie stood, witching him for tome
tecondt. her face wit almoit beauti
ful in iU tenderiieka. He might have
been her own boy, the hit mother.
Thru the carried the lamp aay
and buitd liertrlf prepariiii a meal.
'J'lie room wis barely turnikhrd.
A strip of carpet covered the floor
one tlie one tide of the narrow iron
bedstead, a cheat ol drawers stood in
the window with a tnntl looking
glatt on it. and a chrap walistamt
leaned cranly aiiainst the wall as if
it wrrf tiirprikcd and dazed at iU
There we're no plcturet on the
walls, but a portrait ot a man in a
gilt frame ttood on the narrow man
teUhell a young looking man with
dark evet and a military appearance
Many and many a time Mm.
H'gRt quizzed tlut portrait with
her one rye, often and often lie
had burned to ask who he might be,
but something had kept her from
so doing. . . She never felt unite
at ease with Violet Inglehy. She
realized that the wide gulf of gen
tility tcparated them impassably.
A small fire struggled for exist
enme in the tiny grate. The girl
coaxed it into a blaze and set a
kettle on to boil. Then the nude
topie tea and rut a plate of thin
bread and butter.
She-moved about softly so as not
to wake the . sleeping child, but
presently he roused, sat up with a
start, and began to cry.
She was beside him in an instant.
She sat down on the bed and took
him' in her arms, speaking soothing
ly to him, kissing his hair, as if he
had -bee-her own child..
(Continued In The Haa Tomorrow.)
Here With Man
to Return Home
Catherine Lutje, 20, decided to go
biuk Iiuihc vitli her father ycterday.
Mie ujt arrett
ed Tiu-d.iv eve
ning at H J, at
Mm South Twen
tieth xtrcet with
John llidy alu
John W i 1 1 o n,
who, police de
clare. admitted he
is married and
the father of four
children, all of
whom now are
with his parents
in Frankfort, Kan.
The girl and
Hidy met w hen he
was an iceman in
the lived with her father. She came
to Omaha May 3. the told Judge
Wappich in South Omaha police
court, and made her home with a
sister, Mrt. Lena FUhbaugh. 2109
South Thirty-fourth street.
Two wceki ago Hidy offered her
a portion as his housekeeper. She
Then slie wrote her father," E. F.
Lutje of Havelock, the had secured a
job as domestic, was getting poor
pay but bad a home, was not mar
ried yet and didn't know when she
would be married, and asked that her
mail he sent to the home of a friend
at .1014 South Seventeenth street.
'Tuesday he younger sister,
Emma, 17, was married to Andrew
Jaikatw, young Athland farmer, lie-
' fiira ihpw left l.tr ltiir itiu liAmt in
AihUnd, jatkton learned of the
i hereabouts of hit bride't titter and
notified her father.
Lutjt told Judge Wappich hit wife
lett him in IV I M and h4 ttarted lev.
eral timet to divorce him, but never
went through with it. lie offered to
marry the Lutje girl after he thould
get a divorce.
He was released from custody
when the rejected hit offer.
Alliion Stoiknifn Sell
Cattle on Omaha Market
Max Wolf, representing Wolf
ftrothm, feeders and stockmen of
Albion, was on the market with 14
head of horned tteert that averaged
1,15.1 pounds, for which he received
the highet price of the day, $9,05 a
hundred. He alto brought in a load
of Shorthorn cattle averaging 1,355
pound that brought $8.85.
"There are quite a lot of cattle to
be shipped from Albion," taid Mr.
Wolf, "but I am of the opinion that
by the next two weeks the heavy
run of cattle will let up."
Retletlicate Ellis Church
Heatrice, Neb., June 7. (Special.)
The remodeled Methodist church
at Ellit wat rededicated, the termon
bring given by Rev. J. R. Gettyt,
district tuperintendent. The edifice
it larger and much more com
modiout. The improvements cost
several thousand dollars.
Weak of Juio a la II, lncluelva.
Large Claaa el Avaloa Crap Drink,
Two Large Delicious Sugar Cookies.
Choice ot Special Ham or Chases Sand
wich ALL FOR 10c
ALL SIX RESTAURANTS
fart of Sfaialiy Sfopt ,
Clearance Sale of
: OR ESSES.
For Porch or Summer House Wear
Pleasing styles in those, fresh, brisk colors and materials which give that sensation
of coolness and smartness so desired in one's warm weather wear about the house;
in the yard or on the porch and just read the
Reductions Offered for Thursday That Are Exceptional
Splendid quality ginghams daintily trimmed with organdie and self-material.
Dresses that" have become
ra as s e-d-1 and . soiled from
handling and display.
Thirty-fciuV dresses formerly
priced at $6.95.
Five dresses formerly priced at
- $3.60; ' ' :-
Seven . dresses formerly priced
21 etra" large sized gingham
dresses, formerly priced at
Seduced for- immediate clearance.
Dainty checked materials in all
the' popular colors such as pink,
blue, orchid, green, yellow, etc.
Made full and roomy and very
cool and comfortable for sum
mer. They are exceptionally
good values at this price.
Trimmed with rick-rack braid
All colors are included in this
assortment of aprons which will
' be placed on sale Thursday in
this great clearance sale. Well
. made -of spelndid quality per
cales in very pretty patterns,
..including checks, figured and,
These are practically being
given away at this price. There
are mostly small sizes in the lot,
suitable for the girls from 12
to 14. Although not all new
. styles, the material alone is
worth a great deal more than
the price, 49c. There are sev
eral in gray suitable for older
Housedress Shop Main Floor
1- TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SALES IN
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN EVERY SECTION
FOR BAKING PURPOSES
Air any store
I Warehoused and Distributed by
Omaha, Neh. , AT 0850
175,000 SOLD UP TO DATE
Big, strong, healthy pure-bred chicks.
Get a few more to fill in the early
sesson's loss. Late broilers are al
ways in good demand. 100 live de
livery guaranteed. Odds and ends only
,9. l. r.t Uuj. mm it-
ISc each! Pay us a visit. Write p
phone your wants immediately. Orders
booked in rotation.
BERRY'S POULTRY FARM
USE BEE WANT ADS-THEY BRING PROFITS
Needed at Dances
And the Sea Shore
(Aids to Beauty.)
Here is a home treatment for re
moving hairs that is quick, painless
and inexpensive: With some pow
dered delatone and water . make
enough paste to thickly cover the
objectionable hairs, apply, and after
2 or 3 minutes rub off, wash the sknn
and it will be left soft, clear and hair
less. This treatment will not mar
the skin, but to avoid disappoint
ment, be careful to get real delatone.
Mix fresh as wanted.
June Sales Group No. 3
Y urge you to read those June ads, for we promise that every one
will contain some worth-while information.
It is easy to make good on that promise; opportunities for profitable
purchases comes to us daily. We don't like boasting about ready
cash, etc., etc. You've read that sort, but we are getting wonderful
deliveries at wonderful prices and turning them quickly.
We're a bit old fashioned, but "Watch our smoke."
That is opportune, unusual, of startling
value and of great desirability ,
in a great variety of shades. Go
on sale Thursday at, yard,
Sale opens at 9 a. m. Promptness trill. profit
Quantity is not large.
New Ratines . Embroidered Organdy
New Plain Voiles New Tissues
Here's where language
might do us some good
if we had the right sort.'
How can we describe the beauty, the
lustre, the sheerness of a new line of pure
all silk stockings placed on sale for the
first time Thursday!
Made from an ingrain yarn without
loading, full lustre, pure silk from toe to
top in black, white, brown, gray. The
price for months has been $4.00. Thurs
day and until further notice they will be
- sold at, pair- m ' - r
For coolness, daintiness and
charm they are unequalled In
Ruffles, Novelty Pockets,
Plcot, Ribbon and Lace
trim, accentuate their de
lightful crispness and
Colors, Orchid, Jockey, Nile,
White, Flesh and Tomato.
Women's and Misses' Section
- . '
-s Two Exceptional Values
in Our June Sales
NIGHTGOWNS AND ENVELOPES
They are daintily modeled In
sheer batiste, muslin and nain
sook; some with colored bias
trimmings; blue,, flesh, honey
' dew and orchid. Gowns, round,
square and V necks. June Sale
NIGHTGOWNS AND ENVELOPES
A fascinating grouping they
come in self-striped dimity with
white bias trimming; fine nain
sook and muslin trimmed with
small checks and ' nigh 'colors.
Gowns with shoulder straps and
bateau necks. June Sale prices,
Big Values in
Practically every well known,
stylish make is represented in
these four great groupings:
Warner, B. & G Gotham, Just
rite, Sirls, Modart, Isabel, Nemo,
La Camllle Redfern, Cameo, Styl
ish Stoot and B. & J.
Groups i and 2
Elastic sport models, extremely
low tops with four hose support
ers and high grade, models of
fancy brocades and coutils for the
slender medium and full figures.
Sizes 22 to 32. June Sale Prices
The alluring delight of
the outdoor comes with
the new sweaters.
Soft Wool Sweaters
For outing use. A few of a
kind from higher priced lots.
Tuxedos and slipover. Col
ors, tan, brown, navy, mo
hawk, French blue, gray and
combinations. . (PO Q(T
Jersey Sport Coats
Mannish and most desirable
' for golf, hiking and motoring. .
Also a few fancy satin finish
stripe effects any of which
beautifully blend with wool
skirts. Colors, black, navy,
green, Jockey and (JJQ QT
tissue heathers; at vOet7J
Iceland and Shetland
With the new deep neck ef
fect in slipover and tuxedo
models. Colors, orchid, white,
navy, jade, Cuban, Copen,
brown and the new (J J QpT
gray, at JrseJ
Others from $8.95 to $16.75.
They come in a variety of
novel weaves including "lace"
stripe and two-tone effects
slipover and tuxedo models.
Colors, white, jockey, sand
: Nile, tomato browa, navy, -gray
and jade, flQ QK
Others from $10.95 to $19.75.
Pure Thread Silk Sweaters
They are so popular that it is
different to get them fast
enough new shipment just
arrived, tuxedo and slipovers.
The new block and lined ef
fects are very 91
popular, at eJJaeieJ
Others at $29.50, $37.50, $15.00.
. Women's and Misses' Sections
for Girls and Small Women
Every imaginable summer fabric and smart com
bination may be had and the styles! Well, they
are limitless in selected charm. Bright colored
tissues, colored organdie and checked gingham
with bias gingham edgings and organdie bows,
dotted Swisses in cotors, high colored voiles and
linen combinations,-figured voiles, ginghams trim
med with Cash's braid; ratine in block effects,
yarn trim Sizes 12, 14 and 16.
$7.75 $12.75 $15.75 $21.75
Children's gd Junior Sections Second Floor.
Polly Prim Aprons
of Amoskeag Gingham in checks, pink with
white, blue with white, brown with white.
red with white, orchid with white and black
with white; rick-rack trim
med, pocketed: Easily slipped
on over a dress this precau
tion pays for an apron many
times over. Very special.
ON THE SQUARE THURSDAY.
Very Special Values in
Our June Sales for
Infants & Children
PRINCESS SLIPS Lace and embroidery trim.
2 to 14 years, 69c
S to 16 years, 98c, $1.49, $1J98
WHITE DRESSES Long and short . models, I
months to 2 years. Both yoke and gathered ef
fects, lace and embroidery trimmed. .
98 81.98 $2.98
MUSLIN DRAWERS Ruffle and tuck ' trimmed.
2 to 6 years, 25c
8 to 12 years, 30c
MUSLIN BLOOMERS Elastic knee, band top.
2 to 6 years, 35c
8 to 12 years, 45c
14 to 18 years, 55e
Groups j and 4 -Beautiful
highest grade models in
best quality fancy brocades for the
slender, medium and large fig
ures. Sizes 22 to 36. June Sale
Not every site in eech
model, but you may be
properly fitted in one or
more of the groupings.
Corset S c c t i o n Second
Floor. . x
Buy Your Athletic Underwear
Wanting the best, we sought the
very finest check nainsook obtain
able made into perfect fitting
undersuits by the Harvard Mills
who have unexampled reputation
for perfectly cut gar
ments. A most sensible
perfectly staple much
better than usual men's
Now showing in suitable variety.
Soft attached collars are
favored. Up from - Oi-
Our Complete Stock of
Go on Sale Thursday
And while this great Clearance Saie is confined to
what is known as the House Dress and Apron Sec
tion, the dresses may be most appropriately used
For Home For Business For Sports
For Street Wear
The ginghams used are soft arid drapy; the trim
mings are as fresh and varied as summer' flowers
and every color guaranteed.
All dresses have been greatly reduced and the low
prices will enable every woman to have several fresh
frocks for summer wear at a very small cost
The larger number of these dresses are of the famous
L'Aiglon and True Worth
There are checks, broken checks, plaids, stripes, the
much wanted London smoke checks and chambrays
In pink and blue.
Your Color Choice Is Here.
Baby Pink and White Chocolate Brown and White, Grass Graen and White. Bright
Red and Wh?te, Navy Blue and White, Tile Blue and White, Wisteria and White,
Orchid and White, Black and White.
Sizes 16 to 52-formerly priced to $12
Dresses for all figures there are no
reservations every dress must go.
$2.49 $3.69 $4.69 $5.69 $7.69
House Dress an Apron Section Second Floor.
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