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THE OMAHA BEE: THURSDAY. JUNE 29. 1922.
DreUrn if Tariff Bill Pawn
There Will Be No Nr 1
far i Merchant
I'mn. Sy Jump Intrndiirrd
hy Governor I.. D Doyle 01 Neva !
i a nun "not wrkiiia mblis offu-c.
and not a political csndidate, poirn
lul or otherwise." William Uilibs
McAdoo, former secretary of the
treasury and war-time director-general
of railroad, addressed a Kcuo
audience Ut ni(;ht on the tariff, the
four-power treaty and "ehirt-Utl"
Me atitmled the state democratic
convention here, where he made a
hurt nddrrss, di-.ciiiiiK mainly the
need for party organization and prais
in the rtforts of Senator I'ittman of
Nevada for prngrroaive IrKistation.
"Oenioiratu have the mutt volen
as a rule," Mr. McAdoo told the dele
gates, "but the republican excel in
getting the vote out."
The Esch-Cmiimin act was ievcre
Iv rntii'isrd in the former cabinet of
ficer' afternoon speech. He re
ferred to the act as "the bill which
put rate up and wage down."
The ship tubtidy bill also was
brought up. by Mr. McAdoo, who
1 aid that with tariff such at now
planned there would be no need for
a merchant marine because there
would be no ocean-going trade for it
The former secretary of the treas
ury said promises of the administra
tion for soldier bonus legislation have
not been carried out and that post
ponement of action on the measure
until after tariff discussion was com
pleted means an interminable delay.
Fine Screw May Be
Used on Crystal
Carborundum Given Good Re
null With Slight Pressure
of Contact Wirr.
Packard Twin Six
$4250 Delivered and Equipped.
Various kinds of detectors require
different kind of contacts. Willi
galena, satisfactory results are ob
tained only with a light contact made
by a fine wire, perhaps No. JO or
smaller, which make contact with
only a very small surface. Iron py
rites and molybdenite usually give
best results with a fine wire, but can
be u-id with larger points.
Silicon can be used with a fine
wire contact, but will also give good
results in contact with the end of a
sii'all machine screw under consider
able pressure. The screw is usually
tapered to a blue point. Iron pyrites
is sometimes used in contact with the
tapered point of a screw under pres
sure. Carborundum gives best results
with a contact of appreciable area
under considerable pressure, provid
ing this contact is fiiade with the
most sensitive spots, which may be
deep in the mass of crystals in a
Screw in Carborundum.
For service in the field or on ship
board, where it is necessary to have
ranged instruments which require
very little adjustment, silicon or car
borundum, in contact under consid
erable pressure with the blue point
of a screw, are therefore most de
sirable. With silicon and carborun
dum the same contact may be used
for a considerable time. For per
manent land stations, where new
crystals are easily available and new
adjustments can be easily made, the
more sensitive galena crystals arc
A Soothing, Healing Germicide for
S UNBORN MOSQUITO BITES
POISON IVY CHIGGER BITES
Cuts, Burns and Bruises
First Aid for the Family
It i usually neeerr to examine
considerable number of specimen
of any of these mineral befort a
crystal is found which it sensitive is
detector. The three most widely
used contact detector are probably
galena, iron pyrites and silicon,
heces of metallic silicon are usually
sensitive. Sensitive specimens of ga
lena are obtained only by i careful
selection, and sensitive iron pyrites
it still harder to find. Good speci
mens of galena and iron pyrites are
usually the most sensitive detectors.
Sensitive specimens of molybdenite
are much more easily found, but
molybdenite it usually much lest sen
sitive than galena or iron pyrites.
Radio Sets Sell Low
in England, Report
I.ondon, June 28. British gov
ernment officials are giving close
study to American methods of wire
less broadcasting and gradually are
adopting some of them. While the
wireless telephone le not as popular
in England as in the United States,
clue largely to government licensing
and control, the people are begin
ning to show intense interest in it.
Some of the big London depart
ment stores have established wire
less departments and are selling re
ceiving sets for as low as $10.
Radio terminals are rigged up on
their roofs, and crowds of shopper
are entertained each day with wire
less concerts, speeches and weather
reports. Direct communication
with Arlington and other American
stations is easily established.
Nothing written on the subject
of wireless broadcasting has
brought it home to England so
vividly as a recent New York dir.
patch to the London Times. "In
the United States," says the cor
respondent, "there are already half
a million home-made receiving sets
for listening-in and 1,000,000 manu
factured sets have been sold."
"By the purchase of the simple
and inexpensive receiving sets as
used in America," continues the
writer, "there is no village in the
British Isles so poor or so un
friended that it will not be able to
afford, or find a patron to give, the
necessary receiving instrument.
The villager and every remote
farmhouse should receive every
night as good singing, as good
opera, as good dance music, as good
a lecture, or as good a survey of
the news as any millionaire in Lon
don can buy."
In answer te a published t state
ment that wireless broadcasting of
concerts would hurt the musical
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and theatrical industries, Louis
Sterling, president of Urge Ameri
can phonograph company, has said
that in the march of science there
never yet was great invention that
had not been of incalculable bene
fit both to the industry with which
it was immediately concerned and
to kindred industries.
A survey of the radio industry in
Omaha shows that dealers are able
to make immediate deliveries on
wireless equipment. Shops are stock
ing up also for expected rush busi
ness again this fall.
Since Maj, Gen. Squier announced
his method of operating a wireless
set through lamp socket fuse manu
facturers have reported a remarkable
boom in their business. Operation
by the new method requires a lot
of experimental work and a lot of
Cortland Doughboy Home
Beatrice, June J8. (.Special.)
Herman Miltenberger, who has been
with Uncle Sam's troops in Germany
the last few years, has returned to
his home at Cortland, this county.
He went overseas at the otubreak of
the war with Germany.
Body of Rathenau Lies on
Rostrum Used for Bismarck
Leader of German Republic First Man in Three Dec
ades to Be Honored as Was Maker of Monarchy
Mourning Mother Sits in Chair Once Used
by Kaiser Nationalists Boycott Services.
BY OEOROE SELDES.
Berlin, June JS Where JO ears
ago the body of the proud 1'rinte
Bismarck, the maker of the German
monarchy, lay in state on the ros
trum of the reichstag yesterday the
body of Dr. Walter Rathenau, the
first leader of the German republic,
received the same honors. In these
three decades no other man has been
Under the stained glas roof of
the reichstag everything was dark
and dismal. The rain fell. The mem
bers of the German congress and
the Prussian diet sat in silence, all
garbed in black. Color was there in
great embankments of pale hydran
geas, roses and orchids, and the
cold, red and black service flag of
the republic over the walnut coffin.
I In the seat the former kaiser once
occupied sat an old woman in deep
mourning, wmi ihiwcu neau, irmn
and weeping. It was the mother of
the murdered foreign minister,
sharply and sadly outlined against
the red brocaded chair. Nearby in
the diplomatic gallery, resplendent
with gorgeous uniforms, medals and
swords, in sharp contrast with the
plain black attire of the American
Black streamrrs hung everywhere.
One fact stood out in strong grue
some clearneis that the nationalist
parly, the party which stands for the
monarchy and which was openly ac
cused in the reichstag of protecting
and financing the assassins' organi
zations, boycotted the funeral serv
ices. Karl llelfferich, their leader,
was absent. Only three representa
tives were sent, snd these as listen
it.g posts. l report to the party bow
strong the frrlmg m running
imt the inonarrhy,
A half million prions attended a
Kathenaq demontuiion in the l.ust.
Karlrn before the former kaiser'a
palate yesterday afternoon.
On account of the street car traffic
being stopped, crowd overfd'ed a
suburban train, hundreds remaining
on the running hoards. Then a tram,
with an open side dor, passed the
first train, sweeping the paeugers
off the running board, killing IS and
Potter Lotl!t of Masons,
No. 313 Kfveivra Charter
Potter, Neb, June J8.-( Special
Telegram) I'ottcr lodge No. Mi,
Ancient Free and Accepted Maons,
was fully constituted Tuesday night,
having received its charier from
Worshipful Grand 'Master W'ellman
of Omaha, Grand Chaplain Shepperd
of Lincoln and Grand Custodian
"Hob" French of Kearney.
Among the speakers were Martin
Ditm-ry and J urine Joeph Oberfcl
der. A splendid banquet was served.
Delegations were preent from Sid
ney, Kimball, Loditcpole, I happell,
Gering and Scottsbluff. The in
stallation of oiiiccrs was public and
many women were present.
5ootHinq and Haalirta
is the name to
ifvou want to get rid,
orecze maiMais or
other distressing skin
Resinol Soap it is a
standard skin treatment
and rarely fails to remove
all traces of the disorder
Dorit be a skeptic,
For a le by ail druuU
Bee Want Ads Produce Remits,
An Extraordinary Purchase
10,000 Manufacturer's Samples
Women's and Misses' Underwear
Rose, Orchid, Jade, Pink, While,
Gold, Nile- Blue, Coral and
Crepe de Chene, Satin, Voile, Radium
Silk, Nainsook, Windsor Crepe, Dimity,
Witchery Crepe, Batiste.
Chiffon, Georgette, Gingham, Organdy,
applique pipings, insets, scallops, hand
embroidery, lace motifs, hand-siitching.
Gowns - -Chemise
59c, 97c, $1.47, $1.97 and $2.97
59c, 97c, $1.47, $1.97 and $2.97
- - 57c, 97c, $1.47 and $2.47
- - - - 27c, 59c and $1.47
37c, 57c, 97c, $1.47 and $1.97
- 79c, $1.47, $1.57 and $1.97
- - 77c, 97c, $1.47 and $1.97
- - - - 27c, 37c and 57c
97c, $1.47, $1.97 and $2.95
Bin-goat-Nasa Downstairs Stora
A fine quality hose with
double toe and heel and triple
knee. The colors are black,
white, polo, gray No. 1 and
gray No. 2.
Burgttt-Naah Mala Floor
White sox with fiber ailk tops
in al the colors that small boys
and girls like best. Every size.
BurftM-Naih Main Floor
An Unusual Sale of
In Sizes 2 to 6 Years
Hundreds of cool, soft undergarments, newly bought and greatly underpriced
for this special selling. They are made of nice quality muslin or nainsook and are
daintily trimmed with lace or embroidery; some in combinations of both.
Knicker Drawers 35c
Night Gowns - 75c
Princess Slips 50c
BurfaM-Nuh Infants' Shop Third Floor
Made with regulation top and
cuff, loose, flare or shell knee.
Well reinforced where the wear
Sizes 34 to 38, 65c ,
Sizes 40 to 50, 75c
Burf-Nh Mala Floor
Fine lisle and swiss rib vests
in bodice top. Full length
very elastic weave. Flesh and
Sizes 34 to 44.
5Sc 2 for $1.00
BurtoM.Naah Mala Floor
One cannot enjoy a dip when worried about the
curl in one's hair. Attractive caps that will keep
the hair entirely dry, may be chosen of the color
that best suits one's complexion in the style and trim
that are most becoming. Priced at only 29c
"Lee Float," $1.25
A rubber tube, tire shaped, that is worn
beneath the arms. Will float any person
of average weight, A great aid in learn
ing to swim, for it dispels all fear of the
water. Priced at $1.25.
BivftM-Nasa Maia Floor
Just received, another
shipment of fully dressed
dolls, directly imported.
They are full jointed, with
natural curly hair and
sleeping eyes. Special one
12-inch size. fcf
Maia Alilo Main Floor
86-inch voile at about half the regular pricing.
There are light grounds checked and figured with
darker color, and dark grounds woven with light
designs. Almost every conceivable color combina
tion. Limit of 10 yards.
No C. O. D's. No Refunds.
No Mail Orders. No Will Calls.
BurftM-Nash Rod Arrow Booth Downttaira Stora
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