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TheOmaha Bee UOR.NING-CVENINC-SUNDAY. TBB Mf rUBUSHWa COKfAXT MXaoN It UHUL .aat . ttftML Uaaarml at. MEMBtR OP THE ASSOCIATED fULSJ TU (miw4 I'M at aluc TO M M kaBfti daanlf tauiiaa tiUiwM .auua at all mi a' arauia. la M a a-a wuria iMat la la', asi., IM Ml a.Uhad . all I'fBla af M a? tka 4l Nl at Om awaam ai nwi.na. aadna. Tka elrealatWa of Tka Oaaha Ba lor r.bruarj, 1022 Daily Ar.rge .....71.300 Sunday Average ...78,3-5 THE BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY ft.BRKWt.lt, Canara! Mwi KLMLR 3. ROOD, Ca-tuLiiea Manafar fvara la ! .uawirib.4 b.for. v thia 2nd aar af Mar.a, J. ISmT) W. H. QUI VI Y, N.tary rbll. AT Untie 1000 C TELEPHONE FH..I. Jr. nth Iicn.ni. A.k lor " Dap.rtm.at a I'rr.na W antra, far Ni.ht Call. Altar U P. M.I KJltortai , Drpvunrat, AT laatie 10J t er OFFICES I M.ta Offica 1 71a ..4 l.rn.m Ca, BlttfT-1. .Mil St. South lida 4tJJ B. Iltk It. N. York : (I I Flflk A. ' Waihlnftim llll Q lit. Chlrnia 1720 St'f.r Bid. Pari., Pratt 41t Ba. fit. honor. Another Angle on tlie Tax Question. Reader of the Cireer articles in The Bee inu.t liave readied by tliis time the conclusion that the problem of taxation contains something more than fixing the value of a piece of property smd then levying a tax at the rate of a specified number of mills per dollar. One of the latest of the disclosures lias to do with the peculiar idea, held in some localities, that all taxes of necessity are to be expended in the vicinity where they are paid. This transcends the "dollar-matching" process by asking absolute 100 per cent return. The fallacy of this is akin to that singular dogma, sometimes set forth by socialists dealing with the wife question. They have insisted that he just reward of labor in form of wages is an amount large enough to enable the worker to purchase in open market all he has produced at the end of any work period. This doctrine sub tracts the cost of the raw material from the sell ing price of the finished article, and holds the rest to be the share of labor. No provision is made for the very insistent items of rent, taxes and interest, which are ever present and must properly be compensated for, or the whole fabric of industry falls. Related to taxation the col lections are not for the especial use of a particu lar locality, but are applied equally throughout the entire community, in order that all may share the benefit. The high-valued building on a downtown cor ner pays a total greatly exceeding that of the humble cottage on the outskirts of the city, al though the rates are proportionately, the same. But the social use of the property is the de termining factor, and because the downtown sky scraper derives more benefits from social use than does the outlying home, it is required to pay the greater amount. This is axiomatic, a fundamental law of taxation, and should be un derstood by all. Even savages understood the basic principles of taxation, that of contributions from individ uals to the common use of all, and as man has advanced the methods have improved, but with out changing the principle. Douglas county has long paid in the neighborhood of one-eighth of the total tax collected in the state, without ex pecting that the state in return expend one eighth of its income in Douglas county. The contrary attitude would be one of absurdity. Douglas county taxpayers voted an issue of bonds amounting to $5,000,000 for the improve ment of highways. This sum exceeds by $858, 000 the entire amount taken from the state treas ury since 1917 in the dollar-matching process for the improvement of nearly 1,200 miles of state highway. Douglas county shares with the state both the cost and benefit of the general pro gram, and the state will share with Douglas county the benefit but not the cost of the far greater program undertaken in this county. This is a concrete illustration of the converse of the idea that taxes ought to be expended, at home. Ministers and the Movies. The Omaha Ministerial union has declined to sponsor the moving picture shows of the city. Examination of the stand will bring the con clusion it is justified. One minister fairly ex pressed the situation by saying the moving pic tures are here to stay, as well as the churches, and that the ministers will be kept fairly well occupied taking care of the churches. However, his remarks do not imply that the moving pic ture men will be permitted to follow the bent of their own inclinations, unless that bent leads them along the right line. With the influence of the church exerted through the church, a great powef for good can and will be displayed in the community, and all manifestations of social life will feel the effects of it. The Bee believes that the moving picture men are sincere in their en deavors to present a better grade of attractions at their theaters, and that less andjess occasion for complaint will be noted as time goes on. For they are human, and they know that now as never before the "movie" must justify its right to exist, and it can not do that unless it merit the approval of the public f&r its moral as well as its artistic quality. The ministers need not accept responsibility for the production, but they fan and will accept the responsibility for their congregations, and in this way will be able to do more for the good of the moving picture than they possibly Could achieve if they were to as sume any share in the business by taking part in advance" approval of the films. The most ef fective censorship of the films will come from the producers themselves. ; Restoring the Air Mail. The senate has placed In the postoffice ap. propfiatioO bill the needed provision for the air mail, stricken out In the house. This is prac tically a guaranty that the servica will be re tained, it being part of an absurd procedure practiced on more than one occasion, when the house has for some undisclosed reason cut out an appropriation tfusting that it be restored in the Senate. It is a piece of legislative hocus pocus, once the resort of local statesmen, who thereby obtained credit for special influence to Impress their Constituents. Why such a pro ceeding should be necessary in connection with the air mail is not known. Of all the improve ments in the postoffice service, none has been tort actable or popular than the air mail, . It If only Cjurttioa of lima till it will b general throughout the country, and the effort to Bill it now is reactionary in the extreme. It would be lke aboluhing the telephone or clectrk light. Crime! Challenge to Lavv, Gnfeioii by Chicago' thief of pol that lit ergmiiaiioti it practically toer!m it a s'mple statement of fact flat jut now is apparent in almost every community of the United States, Omaha has felt tbe effect of rampant and all but triumphant crime, the powers that prey laughing at the forces that undertake to promt, and car tying on with such impudence a almo.t pre upptei assured immunity. Jndite KivkUam Iranian of Chicago lay much of the retponti bility for condition on what he call crooked lawyers and chides bu.ine.s men for evading the call of jury duty. Whatever the reason, it i time that Ameri cans awakened. In nil the lii.tory of our na tion, such a state of affairs never existed. The brigandage of the day preceding the civil war, the era of the James boys, the Daltoni and ether organized bands, even in the Itrydey of their activities, held nothing to compare with what is common now. They operated in a re stricted region, sparsely settled, and might be avoided. The criminals today strike, .like the wind, where thry list, and no man knows whence they come or whither they go. If perchance one falls into the clutches oi the law, lie regards it only as an annoying interruption rather than a serious interference with his career. A lawyer skilled in all the trickery of criminal law sets about to secure the freedom of his client, and too cftcn succeeds. Trisons no longer hold culprits with any de gree of security. One is almost justified in con eluding that the whole machinery of our system for detecting and punishing crime has broken down. How to get it back into work ing order must be found out very soon. One good way will be to return to the old-fashioned idea that made the receiver as bad as the thief, and visit something of disapproval cn those who aid after the fact as well as those who connive 5rt advance. All who profit' through crime should be punished when detected. Politics to Further Orders. Monday in congress was given over to the making of medicine. In the house the unrivalled Kitchin of Scotland Neck, erstwhile leader of the democratic cohorts, enjoyed himself as he has not since that memorable day in 1917, when he announced that no matter who fought the war, he proposed to make the north pay for it. All he said on the subject of the bonus measure has been said again and again by the democratic organ grinders of the country. Instead of hon estly assisting .in the passing of the measure, or honorably opposing it, Kitchin and his followers merely obstruct any action, and then taunt the republicans with failure. The "brutal majority" will make itself felt some day on this, point In the senate Senator Robertson of Arkansas resorted to the almost obsolete practice of twist ing the British lion's tail. It does not matter that Paul D. Cravath denies having made the statement attributed to him by Senator Robert son, and on which the latter's speech was predicated; the speech went through big with innuendos, questioning not alone the sagacity and prudence of the American delegates to the arms conference, but imputing gullibility or lack of common honesty to those gentlemen. Borah, at least, is consistent in his attitude, for he does not want a freaty of any kind with anybody, but Robertson shows himself versatile to say the least. He would have swallowed the Treaty of Versailles, League of Nations and all, without buttering it, but he has conniptions at the pros pect of an unwritten understanding between the United States and Great Britain! The privileges of congressmen and senators never sustained more severe strain than on Monday, when the democrats held high carnival. But the reckoning is yet to come, and the in sincerity of these pseudo-statesmen will be made the more apparent because of their present performances. Maine Points the Way. . Election of a republican congressman in Maine should dispel the illusion fostered by the democratic press that republican control of the national administration is endangered in the forthcoming congressional elections. If the Maine vote is a true index, it isn't. The republican candidate, Mr. Nelson, was elected by a majority of approximately 7,000. It is true that this is a considerable slump front the 19,000 majority given his predecessor, Judge Peters, a popular candidate running for a fourth term in 1920. But 1920 was a most abnormal year politically and one which no one expects to see re-enacted in 1922. For an enlightening comparison one must look farther. In 1914, Congressman Peters, republican, was elected by 1,515, in 1916 by 3.6S4 and in 1918 by 5,363. Making allowance for the increased total due to woman's suffrage, Mr. Nelson's majority this week appears to be substantially the same as that of his predecessor in 1918. In that year the republicans elected 239 congressmen and the democrats 190. Nebraska elected a republican United States senator, a complete group of six republican congressmen, a republican state ad ministration and a legislature overwhelmingly republican. That is what Maine forecasts and by that indication republicans have nothing to worry about. The Husking Bee Its Your Day Slari ItWOiaLaiifth A fair applicant for divorce says she made a "gentleman" of her husband, who later Used her as a punching bag. Wonder what her standard for gentility is? Lloyd George is going, to ask a vote of con fidence, and the chances are he will get it. Com petition for his place is not very keen. Winter his expired by statute of limitations, tut this does not mean to put out the home fires right away. The French are going to send three-deck wine ship to America, but it is to South America, Texas-stockmen still know the game, and that is why they will send their feeders to Omaha. Claude Kitchin needn't hope to lead the mud battery; that post is undeniably Blanton's. The sun has crossed the Jine; come on, Spring! Hit the speeders hard enough to hurt. OWAIIA. Om.!ia is a good, pltrt to live Talk atout nt AH the be.l thing, (q Jiff the c1 f f Can oti doht , A rity of points In a wei Id-beating state, High, wide and lively, ii style up t.vrf.i. l)t. !. an.lyte her, you won't tind flaw, Omaha I Omaha U good pUre to lie Talk about it! So apology needed, be quite positive Von may shout ill Talk friendlineis, pep, opportunity, tl.ti. Climate and drainage, electricity, gas, Rii-h farming country from which she may draw, Onutu! Omaha J a good place to work You tell 'emt Good for a merchant and good for hit clerk Mouthful! School, homes, amusement, green patlt and paved streets, Hotels and restuurant for excellent eats. Good for your wife and your mother-in-law, Omaha I PHILO-SOPHY. Your town, like your life, it what you make it Omaha Chamber of Commerce ha flopped Into the pot-light in a car-card campaign adver tising Omaha. Little, old C of C. sure know its stuff, DOESNT IT? 'Ese ear cards, they tell u. re like a guy' shirt. Going to change 'em every month. NEW MONEY CAN'T FLY. We note with Interest that Mrs. E. Tluribus Unum, on the new peace dollar, ha her wing folded. If this dollar is a ymDoi ot peace ici us have plenty of it. "Rough Sailors, $l.RS." Adv. Tretty cheap. I even for a rough gob, but some girls prclcr cm rough. How to Keep Well Br P. w.a. tvASj ma. Mall. Quaalia. a.araiaf IkHI M4 i a .1 I. a ay . a! Ifca ta, iH ka aaaaafaa) iwaaaaily ") " liaiiuiwa, fca.a !.. a4a.4 Wa M laa4. Pr. t.aa. UI auaa ' i a Nifuk. I-- aaia.l ?." A4o... I.IUM. (ala .f Ik. Bat, emMi CHILDREN STILL IN DANGER V r oiiln tor4 ! n4 or lri4 lirn rr1iAry form of eonia-ion prevail to the maximum Ontriw, ALL O. K. NOW. Lizzie got ick, took her down to the shop, Got her started all right, but she wouldn't top; Ran through the door, backed over two tands "Why," said the mechanic, "she need nivver elandSl -inrcc-iii-vnc a BACK TO NORMALCY. Vnw that Uncle Bim's case has been disposed of and the sumptuous prizes awarded, and the ghost of Antigonish has been laid, the country can give it w. k. and undivided attention to the mpending opening ot tne oasenan season. TO YE EDITOR. Tell us of hold-ups and wedding, Tell us of panics and war, But in front-page, bold face headings Let us have the baseball (cores. There- are. thev tell us. some very pleasant resorts in Cuba, but from the reports of returned travelers we wouldn't exactly call them "water ing places." - THE WORM TURNS. Dear Philo: Dad won a series of voice les sons as a prize for some fool thing or other, and rather than null em, has wisnea em on me. i am turning to you lor neip. wnar can icu the prof, to discourage him trom going tnrougn with the contract? -Worm. Tell him you can't possibly carry an air be cause you have knot-holes in the timbre of your voice. He who kicks ' And kicks away, Becomes a pest I'm here to say. , Hastings (Neb. Tribune. Yet he who kicks And throws a fit, Most always gets The best of it. FOLLOWED THE SIGN POSTS. Frank Carey asked a visitor how he found his way out to the plant. "Oh. I iust walked nut on Carstop street," the caller replied. "There is nothing under the sun that a wo man tires of so much as of herself," philosophizes lsmily Miles ot "the Passing Show. except, may we not be pardoned for adding. her husband. 14921942. Columbus loaded up his ship To take a little ocean trip, He sailed in fourteen ninety-two And found our land so vast and new; Now congress has transposed the date, I guess that's it at any rate The soldier bonus they will pay In nineteen forty-two, they say, Aky. ACT D-OR WHO PUT THE PRUDE IN PRUDENCE. Irate mothers of 25 beautiful Central Hi inter pretative dancers, after weeks of work in prepar ing costumes and joyful anticipation of seeing their daughters follow the classical footsteps of the beautiful Terpsichore, are wondering who was the narrow-minded power behind the throne, that scissored the act. As a sop to mother's disappointment,' the au thorities have conceded that the act may be put on "for mothers only." Poor, wicked old Dad can't attend unless he goes blindfolded. And yet it was a man old friend Whittier who wrote the following lines, and we can't see anything risque in 'cm, and neither did he, ap parently, in the delightful scene he was so aptly describing. And beautiful maidens moved down In the dance. With the magic of motion and sunshine of glance; And white arms wreathed lightly, and tresses - fell free . , As the plumage of birds in some tropical tree. Wonder if these guys who censored Act D wear blinders on the streets in warm, windy weather. , SPRING STYLES. , To see the tights we always ee In apring, and shall again, we trust, On Farnam street there needs must be A windy day without the dust AFTER-THOUGHT: And now, dear reader, if you would peruse further, you will find some stirring passage in the cook book. PHILO. A a rita rnnunlitua 1i at in Ht H.m in ii.j.iiKimmor urn. in mrim. m ma autumn Nliltt-lv ItlfratMltt.. .Iitrlnv Ik. .t..i- rra ti- i Ha x.k pf irlli-itf a about now. ni inn artKiuniiy nubni.l. o f'l ma nt thr lnw tmlnt. If wa ran krrp the ilill.lr.n fr ruin runiaKlon r.,r atMittirr al rki, Itia reinalmlfe of lh aaaanit nrn it.. i orry u. Th hltJr nn Imliiitc in i nn fill p;irnt. and mint Ml if n. I Ni-IhmiJ ll-r tha tni'h r ar cartful, now .-t ihruuali life iinuiir ti.ivii.B ninny of the rout inil. uittBt. ir a i n i u mum nav (am farm r cnntaiion, Hi nldar ha la whan h ruti.li... t thM l,... ilnugrr llitr will . Via know tht inurh of th urient t 1iM.t ami heart cJlaraaA . iilitilln lifrt mi J ttpymid; much f Urn ilimfnc.a, rhumatt.m and rrmky joint, roauit rrom inrectiona or child hood. Hmrlot f"Vr I spread br contact aluo by milk. It alurt. with anro throat anil fvr. Vomiting la frcouc-ni. Tho rMh apponra about a rtiy aftnr tha rover. Tn area around the mouth la whlta thn the akin and th rect of the hodjr la nry rd. Hora thront ana aninrcaa neck ainnna art, rra. nt in some cnars thnt have no erup tton. Tha IIane -an ba prevented by tna injoction or Mood lorum tiikrn frm a convalescent. Thla method of prevention la especially imeful In cotitrollinir measli-s epiileml'-a In rhildren'a homo, hospltnlv and anyl- uma unit in uoardlnir ac-honi. uiplitin'ria Kturu with a aore throat and fever. An ordinary aore throat may no diphtheric In charac ter. The fever in diphtheria la not hiKh, aa a rule. The glnnrts In the neck aro generally swollen even more than they aro In acarlet fever. The Schick tent ahowa who la sub' Jet to dlphtherlu. T-A vaccination will protect tha eusceptlhleH. It la expeclally adopted to protect rnikiren in noapitam, home., asyl tuna, boarding schools and day acnnoix. Children exposed to diphtheria, In tho home are made aafe by the use or antitoxin, in email dusea. To cure diphtheria, antitoxin In larga dosea la required. Chicken pox begins with amall red apnts which speedily change to hll tera. There la not much fever. Chil dren auopected of havinff chicken pox should be examined for small pox. They should be excluded from school until the scabs have all fallen off. Mumps In of Importance In armies, but not of much importance In schools. A patient with mumps la Infective from the onset of the disease until tho swelling has subsided. The swelling in mumps is in front of the ears or ear, as well as below that level. ISIaine tlio Air, Xot DauKhKn. Mrs. F. J. writes: "My daughter, 17, has been suffering; with the itch for four months. Since she has had it, my son, 9, my husband and my self have taken it. t "We have tried hot salt baths. baking soda and water, Musterole, itch ointment, witch hazel, Vick's Vaporub, mentholatum -all to no effect. "You can see nothing on the skin, and it affects us from tho neck to tho ankles. We have to scratch, and then little white bumps arise, which disappear again in a little while. "I notlco in today's paper where you advise a lady similarly afflicted Both May Be Right. Mrs. Asquith says prohibition is a failure and indignant Syracuse Baptists, barring her from using their church for her lecture, say Mrs. Asquith is a flivver. And for all any bootlegger can see or hear they may both be right. Wor cester Telegram., FIT TO FIQH7 Life's greatest battles are between strength and . weakness. Scott's Emulsion a high-powered tonic nutrient, nourishes and fortifies the whole body. Scott & Sown, Bloonfi.ld, N. J. ALSO MAKERS OF- (Tablets or Granules) I INDIGESTION ! ADVERTISEMENT QUIT MEAT WHEN KIDNEYS DOTHEP. Take a glass of Salts if your Back hurts or Bladder troubles you. Claa Km aft.!. II astaaia. rl la tt IMA. aa aara la ai aanllua. II traar!. laal Mll. I mwaabl rtf, a -4 a. Sa afila. II IIm Iwlila IM Ida MM ml laa HI waimar Mlii. aai a ( aai-Wa, a ikai ika MM kaaaj aha vhaa. ha la rim la., laa m bmk4 la aaauna a ia. m iaka .-. a aarr. av-aJ.au la) Iba latIM Va.) TraiiiMay auj iho City. Onialm, Man h :o,To tha Kditm af TM H'-: In an ftttorial in ihla mi-nun. a iie, uiidur tna iltla, "ot. J'"t li .M' llni.1. Nut I'uriinke," yon Unit f iuli with flirt Omaha A Coum II IHuffa UtreH UaUwitY company f aakinif approval uf the Him 1111 ay t-oiuiiilaaliin for a proponed cnanae in tna nut. or the thirma avanud lina whli-h would ahorien that Una ly lo Mot ka, Inatend of anklii sm-h pYrmUalon ot the city commla aion. Apparently your editorial writer lack inforntfition which ha ahould liOaaena befuta ha undertake to pre acrllia a i-ourao ot procedure fur lha Umuli.i & I'liuncil lllurfa ritreet Itail .(ty t-onipiiny, und th'-rer-Te the ful loft'lnir r.u-ta tuny ha ht-lpiul; Tim State tailv.ay eniiitnlinilon wa elym power by tha constitution lha state and by act of tha legt.la tura or 1BQ7 to reirtilata the rate, and eervica of and goneral control over atrei-t railway. Tlin .N'tbraaka aiipreine court In tho caw vt JlerpiiUheimer imalnirt Lincoln Tr-'ictlon nimtiany held that amn-i't rnllway will be enjoined from removing existing lines or wlthdriiw Iiik ita .-nr therefrom without first obtaining authority from the State K'lllwfly eommldKlnn. No one contends that the rallws cnmniiaslnn ran give to tha street railway any rights to tha streets Omaliu. only the voter ran do this. Hut, that tha power to regu lute service carries with It the power to approve or disapprove the rcrout Ing or a lino la beyond question, an thnt Is all thnt the street railway has asked or tho railway commission Therefore The Bee's suggestion thnt the street railway should obtain this npproval from the city commlS' slon Is just as Illogical as it it had siiKgCMtcd it should obtain tho ap proval of tho Federal Reserve bank or any other body not having power in the matter. Tho street railway has no quarrel with the city commission and if the power to regulate was vested in that body would not hesitate to apply t it for approval of the proposed change In routing. As It is, the street railway finds Itself in the unique po sitlon of being criticized by a news paper for simply complying with the luw. It. A. LEUFSLEFt. Second Vice President and General Manager Omaha & Council Blurts Street Railway Company. to grease the skin, but fail to say what kind to use." REPLY. Tour letter started out as though your family had scabies or seven year itch that is the catching kind But that kind of itch leaves its mark on the skin. The letter ended as though the disease was winter itch. Assuming the latter half of your letter to be right, your family all have it, not because you caught It from each other, but because you all live in the same hot. dry air. As to the grease, I do not know that it matters what kind of crease you use, so long as it is greasy. 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I mve been for yeara, until t found out that uar In C4u vf the llUUtiltf." ItKi'LY, Wltlla I do riet doobt your riper llui, It iiH- i it follow llit ratine auaar U Ih lau.a (if tm. in ha ra of . "J. Tha eauaa of hlv i Ilk III 111.111411 Itr tle put y.mr nnT mi It it t I thr, tiuraauig , rvrutii rauaa i Vl t-iiaa lin-aitaa that 4 lha rauaa i another, la mot a lnur-luti. than .limiting- itSl'S ir auraaitif wttri .tha ft-4 la. Now IVrmaiiriit. that clever dispenser will J'iy, Wltu i mother a W4ve. Give ua pirmanent l'iiy And fther a permanent ahavef Life. permanent bath foe th -"because you'aWays We vis an interested : .seiVicer-moi-e than just routine banking ' This was the answer to the question, "How docs it happen that you have sent so much pood business to the Com Ex change Uanld" asked of a prominent Omaha manufac turer, by one of our officers. This Omaha manufacturer, head of a concern producing widely known and thoroughly enjoyed food products, not only banks with us but he has recommended our "interested service" to dozens of other Omaha business men. This "interested" service has resulted from the sharply de fined policy of treating cadi customer's business as indi vidual and of endeavoring to keep all our officers acquainted with all our customers and their requirements. THE CORN EXCHANGE NAT'L BANK The Bank with an INTEREST In You 1503 FARNAM ST. i V a 7 A A Living Triangle Are you having difficulty in making the ends meet in your triangle of living? Perhaps you are using only two sides income and spending. You need a third side "-banking, to make a real "living" triangle. Consult with us about such matters at your earliest convenience. The Omaha National Bank Ptrnam at 17th Street Capital and Surplus $2,000,000 "Why Not Nicholas Oils" Let Them Reduce Your Repair Bills Drive to a Nicholas Pit and have our ex perts drain your crank case free of charge. Oil should be completely changed every 500 miles or about every 30 days. The crank case should be thoroughly cleaned and our experts can do the work in less than five minutes. Good oil and a clean crank case reduce repair bills. DRAINAGE PITS ARE AT 17th and Howard 17th and Davenport 49th and Dodge 60th and Main (Benson) Corner of Main and Military (Fremont) Nicholas Oil Corporation "Business Is Good, Thank You" V