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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 17. 1022.
:: a a t J a a a ; State Takes Hand in Radio Hearts Bureau of Msrketi Sfndi DlanLi to Amatrun to Jut k Down Market Reports. t Te iHwtaM rtaae. ' Lincoln, May 16. Blank formi la Ylaciliuie the receiving o( niarlct rc )oit sent out to amateur radto and wireless tcccivcri in Ncbra.Ka and aJjoinmg states by the Suit bureau o( Markets through the tending na tions at the L'nivrriity ol Nebraska, Nebraska. Wesltyan and a local pri vate set. are bring mailed out to more than 400 amateur receiver by the Department of Agriculture. '1 liree forms are included, one for each vari. dy of market lent by the three lion. The markets arc furnished by the .'bureau from its federal leased wire "operating in the state houe, con ncrtcd with all the large market cen ; tors of the country. 2 The early radio report ent by the " univeriity Hart at 10 a. ni. and "rlue at 10 10. Thit let hat a wave '' Irngth of 375 meiers and carries all ', the early live stock and grain quota !J tiona, together with the weather rc " port. , Live Stock Market. ' The noou report, dispatched by a local irnduig station, covert a period " from 12:20 to 12:30 p. m., and hat . a wave length of 200 ineteri. It car 2! riet the closing live stock and pro- duce market, together with late weather. I! The afternoon report sent from Wesleyan operates 15 minutes .. from 4 to A :1 5 p. m. The Wesleyan JJ set has a length of 375 meters and carries the closing grain and live stock markets. Forms for the three reports are designated by number Markets available in the early re .' port are: Kansas City hogs, sheep; I', previous day's grain reports from ;j Chicago and Kansas City. The sec- ' ond report carries Omaha hogs, cat- tie and sheep; , Kansas City, hogs, jj cattle and sheep, and Chicago and New York butter and eggs. The clos V, ing report has Omaha hogs, cattle " and sheep; Kansas City hogs, cattle and sheep, and Chicago and Kansas !' Citv close grains. II The bureau is considering the an 'J ditition of the St. Joscoh live 6tock ' and the Omaha and Kansas City " grain reports. SPARKS TT-.U..... xt.1.. If the Uarrv Tvnrh company has installed a Mark-en two ! stage amplifying set in his home. ! The Bee's radio concert from ths ' stage of the Brandeis theater will ! start at 8:15 tonight. Microphones I have been installed by Ray Rainbolt ' of the Omahe. Grain exchange broad I casting stationJ-jWAAW, to transmit ; tne entertainment. , Here are the call letters of five more broadcasting stations: Cult. Location. ...... KFC. Seattle. Waah. Seattle Foit-IaUlU-eencer. TCFU. Orldl'y. Cat, Preclilon Shop. KOB. Sao Francisco B. J. Lorlen. KOC. Hollywood, Cal. Electric LirMlnS" company. KOr. Pomona. Cat. Pomona Fixture ana Wiring company. Other radio broadcasting stations will be listed in the radio columns of The Bee tomorrow. A New $50 Hartmann Wardiobe Trunk Has all the worthy features of any trunk near its price. ; Exterior Box . Gibraltarized ; covering, black fiber; binding, purple fiber; hardware brassed; steel runners on front; back panels. Interior Silk plush cushion top, combination dust curtain and laundry bag with patent hook loss fastener, shoe box, nickeled steel angles on garment section locking bar, 3 compartments in top drawer, partition and man's hat form in third drawer, deep bottom drawer with set-in tray, also 2 forms for women's hats, jich blue "gured cloth lining. i Call for No. 777. jfat Freling&Steinle 1803 Farnam. QUESTIOSS P. T. H, PUttmouth, Nib. . QW ki la ike ket ire umk l IM4-IBI A-lSa km ie serial. J. J. O., Chedron, Neb. O wiwi i ik rat f a ' rii A 'Vii'il mii a la ka S.paS4 m tor "' t m-tr- a'sooa ka ka r, a a".'"' Uiua e o.ial aa. ! ii ta ik - !' ea4 aol ika ruta. far s'Miar !.., ua a aunt tut i-aaftiie Ulfil. 0. P. D.. Carroll, la. 0 win a (.a mp da far a irmi4 A If na ' ika aa aipa fcaa nat an in.uUi4 kwnina la IK. una Mm.. 'a. A a.i.r would Make a wiiKk k.iur arvund. ii i Live Sloik Traderi Name Dtlfgatei to Convention At a meeting of the local Live Stovk Traders' exchange Monday at the stock yard the (allowing dele gates were elected to attend the seventh annual meeting of the Na tional Live Stock Traders exchange which meets at Sioux Citv. Ii . Im., 9 and 10: James II. ltii1la,,Amhony ioii4iian, rramc u. Kellogg, jamet 15. Koot. Byron G. Smiley, Jamn V; Murphy and Sainut-I rrtheimcr. The national organization was formed seven years ago and E. 1'. Kiley is preoidcut and V. S. Vail, secretary, both being residents of Sioun City. An elaborate program of business and entertainment has been prepared by the people of Sioux Cityand ad dresses will be made by representa tives of the live stock industry of national prominence. Accompanying the delegation representing the local market will be a large number of Omahans who will, it is expected, demonstrate the importance of Omaha as a live stock center. "I can buy it cheaper at . Bee Ads tell you where. EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk Robust and sturdy health has come to the many thou sands of children who have been fed on Eagle Brand as their grateful mothers have testified.. For it is pure milk and pure sugar in con venient form the natural food for babies. , Phone Jackson 0273. Here 16 Tears. M. . M'JJ The Dancing Master Bf RUBY M. AY RES. (CaarnaM, (faaltaaa taaat taataaf. The whole world Ktmed blotted out in a single fl, leavmg only bertelf and biow Although she was not aware of it, her arms (ell limply lo her sides and the stood, all her dainty aiturance gone, staring at him with tragic ryca. He looked so ill. to tilt Her heart seemed to de with pa ion an love and pir. A Imle uncertain murmur swept through the raom. War it all pan of the show? people aked each other. The rtiutic played niorr loudly; Mme. nestis tiied to puh her way to the front. She called 1-In!) th's name urgently, but the girl did not bear. AH she saw wat Roysion't worn face; all the knew was tlt the must go to him that nobody tle in the world mattered. She made a quick little step to ward him. then stopped, shuddered and looked round at tf the had been roughly awakened Irom steep to find herself in a strange room, full of un known facet. In an instant the months of her training were wiped out and forgot ten; it was at if tome one had taken her straight from her uncle's houc at Pilbury, dressed her in thit fine fiock and set her down In this great room to dance when she had never been taught a step. She looked wildly around the rr-om, terrified! Then toniebody biighed. a cruel, sneering laugh, and Elizabeth screamed, tinging up her hands to her eyes. Iler nerves had stampeded with one cruel nifth; she knew that the had failed, felt that she would go mad. And as Mme. Senrstis broke through the stupefied All Sales Will Be Final ?24.75 $15.00 $10.00 Dresses crowd to reach, her Eliiabcth turned nd fled away. Everything that followed wat a nightmare of unreality and it wat only long afterward, looking back on it, thai Elisabeth was able to piece it together, like bits of broken gists. he knew that many amused gliue t followed her at the Red way from the crowded room. fhe heard one or two sneering remarks nd met her aun't triumphant flare before she wat safely back in the Imle room, shuddering from head to foot, in a panic of shame and (car, the big, hrlplrtt leart running down her face. - And there Mme. Senc.tis found ler, and (or a moment the French woman stood breathing hard and looking at her with a savage light in her queer eyes, before the broke out into a torrent of rage and abuse. Eliiahrlh hardly heard what the said. It did not teem to mailer, and it was only when Madame lost her self-control tuffictently to raise a hand at if to ttrike hrr that the girl fell back thuddering and moaning. "No not Oh, ptcate picas don't hurt me!" Xeil Farmer came into the room ai that moment. He caught Madame't uplifted arm and held it in a hard grip. Hit face was white and hit ryes compassionate at they rested on Elizabeth. "For Cod't sake leave her alone P he said harshly. "Do you think )Ou're' doing any good by this tccne?" He almost flung Madame aside and went to Elizabeth. He put an arm geotly around her he spoke to her soothingly. 1512 DOUGLAS STREET WEDNESDAY PROMPTLY AT 9 A. M. A Great Clearance Sale of DRESSES Actual Savings from $8.00 to $20.00 HIGHER-COST EVENING, DINNER, DAY TIME AND SPORTS DRESSES REDUCED y3 to V2 BELOW THEIR REGULAR PRICES Here it a pronounced opportunity to procure the season's most fashionable dresses at unus ually liberal savings. Every dress is from our own specialized stocks and reflects our high standard of styling, quality and workmanship. Formerly to $19.75 Reduced to $10.00 Daytime and Sports Dresses of Georgette Crepe, Crepe Satin, Wool Canton, Wool Jer-. sey and Triqotine, including beaded and tailored models. ' . f . , Savings to $9J5 Formerly to $24.75 Reduced to $15 rm Afternoon and Sports models of Roshanara, Canton Crepe, Georgette Crepe, Krepe Knit and . Poiret Twill, in beaded, embroidered and tailored effects. , Savings to $9.75 Formerly to $490 Reduced to $24.75 Afternoon, Dinner and Evening dresses of Crepe Roma, Canton Crepe, Georgette, Taf feta, Lace, Lace and Taffeta, in ultra-smart designs and all new colors. Savings to $24.75 for Every Occasion "It's all right; theu'a nothing ta (ear, I'll tU ou away; I'll take sou home, tii'abeih." Mis wed desperate ees to bit fac. "I've failed, I'e failed." she said wildly, It wat her one thought now a trrrihed thought, since the had read the fury ami hatred in the eyes of Mme. tenons, Whjit wa to become I her? To whom could she go? Msdame broke out again. "You fail I I nevrr forgive. Come ntit to me again Little fool, you are! You ruin me; my name gone forever) Not for all the money in ihit world 1 ever try you again I Hon Dieu! Mon DieuP and the broke into a flood of hysterical tears. Farmer turned on her savagely. "Do you think il't worse for you than it is for Elizabeth ?" he demand ed., "You ought to be ahamed of yonrself." Madame Junked up at him, the tears streaming down her face, her eyes vixenish. "And youKyou loe your money I Come; you lost all," the reminded hint. Farmer laughed recklessly. "You don't think 1 care, do you?" he aked roughly; he put hit arm round Eliiabrth and led her out of the room. He sent for hit ear and took hrr home; he hardly spoke to her on the way, and she sat hack, with closed eyes, her hand in his. It was only when they were again in the dancing studio, which had been the scene of to much work and hope, that Elisabeth teemed to real ire what had really happened, and there wat despair in her eyes at the hid them with shaking hand. -Oh. what shall I do? What shall I do? What will become of me?" the sobbed. He drew her hands down, holding them fast. , "I am here." he said. fcBe my wife, Eliabellt. What has happened makes no difference. If you had tuc- .00 Included in This credrd you would have seemed fur Ihrr than ever from tne, but now" He would have drawn hrr into hit arms, but she restated. Mie did not want hun; her heart atu tout cried out (r Koytuu; to be with him, Id (re hit arms around her, to be comforted by him. It wat through him she had failed, she knew. The shock of meeting his ryes across the room when the had believed him far enough away and dangerously ill bad spelled failure lor her; the wat not strong conugh to carve a way through life without htm; her weaknett told her that there could be no success for her without his love. (Caailaat4 la Taa Haa Iwnw, Pawnee Woman Hurt in Smashup of Autos Tawnee. Neb., May 16. (Special Telegram.) Mrs. W. S. Loey of thit city wat serioualy injured in an auto accident just cat of hfrc Sun day evening when the roadster in which she was riding was hit by a big racing car. She was with her daughter, Thelma, and granddaugh ter. Emmagene Mick, and was crossing the state highway at right angles when the big car approached. The engine of her car died in the middle of the road and the big car struck broadside. Her head was deep ly gashed. She was taken to the Pawnee hospital for treatment. The other occupants were unhurt. Both cart were from Humboldt, Neb. The car in which Mrs. Loscy rode be longed to a friend who was visiting the family. New Crerian Cabinet. Athens, .May 16. (By A. P.)-. new cabinet has been formed under Nicholas Stratos to succcee' that headed by M. Gounaris, which re signed lastrriday. This Sale , On Entire First Floor $24.75 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 Clearance in v One woman writes: MA domestic science teacher said It ' was the lightest cake the had ever tasted or eesr--but remarked that lusatleasttixeggsmeTerYcakea She wouldn't believe I used only two until I showed her exactly how I made it Now the uses noth ing but RoyaL" Mrs.CS. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Contains No Alum Stnd for Nw Royal Royal Baking Powder Co And it is a play the greatest on earth with Nature's own actors. 100 dancing geysers, countless springs boiling in gorgeous colored basins, seething "paint-pots" of liquid pig ments, spluttering mud volcanoes. YjJSr The play goes seiung oinower-carpetea vaueys, majestic mountains, roaring waterfalls and mar velous canyons of indescribably beautiful colorings. While the bears, buffalo, deer and elk roaming at large, give the com pleting touch to the grand ensemble. 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