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THE OMAHA BEE: SATURDAY. JULY 8. 1922.
Commend Bee Ice
and Milk Fund
TV I Mil J
Only Moft IVfpcrute Canci
Aitlt J, Kery IVimy Coei
to Relict c Suffering
Three features especially ennimeml
The lire's !'n.e Milk ami Ice ftmd
to rharital'Ie i roplc
Firit. Visiting Nures invotinatc
every rase hciore the fund is drawn
"n. Thi ius.irrs the money being
M in liclpkt . thoe babies iu the
ivost desperate necl,
Second, every penny received hy
the fund is used to supply pure milk
and rooting ice to small children ana
babies in hoprlrtaly poor families
where there is little or no income.
Third, not a penny from the fund
rocs to the Visiting Nurses or to
The Dee or to anything else. All
goes to the n utTcrinvt hatiies.
There are many of them in Omaha,
trfore than you think. The Visiting
Nurse tell fome pitiful stories of
the heroic struggle of poor moth
ers to keep their babies alive and
well through the heat of summer.
If you ran give anything for these
little ones, send or bring it to The
Bee office. Sonic baby is waiting for
what you give. Do it now before
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DenLy and Party on Tour of
Rural Sections of Japan
Tokio. July 7. (By A. P.) From
the brilliant formality and cosmopoli
tan flavor of high diplomatic func
tions, Secretary of the Navy Denby
and his party of the United. States
Naval academy class of 1881 went to
day, the last day of their official visit,
on a motor tour of the tranquil vil
lage and quiet countryside. They
saw the real Japan.
The visitors pronounced it the
mast interesting day of their stay.
They left Tokio in the morning for
Kanakura. From there they mo
tored around the Miura peninsula to
Kurihama, returning by another
route. In the villages the children
assembled to wave flags of welcome.
Boy Killed by Lightning
Lincoln, July 7. Wylie Colbert of
Bethany was struck and instantly
killed. He was caught in the rain
storm and took refuge under a tree,
which was shattered by the lightning.
Wiring to Conform
Fire Underwriter! Uue Set of
Rulen for Safety in Install
tion of Radio Apparatus.
Radio amateurs may become con
iii.eil by the many laws which apply
to the installation of wireless ap
paratus in homes. Though no penal
ordinances pertaining to radio in
stallation have been passed in Omaha,
it must oc remembered that all wiring
must conform to regulations of the
city as regards safety.
Lightning seems to be the prin
cipal bugaboo, both front the insur
ance and the individual standpoints,
but let it be said for the benefit of a
nervous pci'son that a properly con
structed aerial, properly grounded, is
the very best lightning rod, accord
ing to experts.
Other requirements ?t forth by
the 'National Fire I'rotectiou asso
The aerial must not cross over or
under electric light or power wires,
nor must it be placed so that a break
in cither the aerial or nearby ligh
or power wire might cause the two
to come in contact.
All splices and joints in the aerial
span must be soldered unless they
are made with approved clamps or
Your lead-in wire must be of cop
per or of approved copper-clad steel
or other material that will not cor
rode, and it must be at le:it No. 14
inside, except that No. 17 copper
clad steel may be used.
If you . bring your lead-in wire
alcng the outside of your building,
you must, have it mounted on insu
lating supports, which, in most cities.
are required to be of such construc
tion that they will keep the wire at
least five inches from the wall, and
you must not let it come nearer than
four inches to any light or power
wire unless the two are separated by
a continuous and firmly fixed weather
proof nonconductor, and this non
conductor .lull be in addition to toy
insulation on the wire.
Your lead-in wire mutt be brought
into the building through an mm
bung buhing or tube that is both
lirrproot ana montureprool.
Ground Wire to Be Heavy.
The protective ground wire mu.t
be entirely separate from the ground
wire of your set and mutt be of
copper, the national code says mat
it snail -not be smaller than No. 10,
but motit citiri and most inspectors
require that it be at leat No. 4, so
you had brtter get the big size and
be on the safe izc. 1'rcfcrence i
given to outside water pipes ai
'grounds, and galvanized pipe or
plates driven into the earth or buried
are approved, but under no condi
tions shall a gat pipe be used at a
ground, either for the protective de
vice or tor the set.
The ground wire of the set should
be copper and at least No. 14 gauge.
The wiring between your storage bat
tery and your set must be at least
No. 14, and rubber covered, and each
of these conductor! to your storage
battery must be protected by a fuse
not greater than 10 ampere capacity,
these fuses to be installed at the
nearest accessible point to the battery.
The radio editor of The Bee will be
glad to receive itemi of interest about
the industry, particularly about ex
periments with radio, or unusual oc
currences in the game. Address all
correspondence to Radio Editor,
F. K. L, Norfolk. Ncb.t
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'' Receiver for Dank Soupit.
' Clarence Davis, mate's attorney gen
eral, yesterday petitioned the dutrict
court for a receiver to take charge
of the Imokt and records of the de
funct Waterloo. Neb., bank which
passed into control of the department
of trade and commerce on June iv.
Navy Enlistments Open.
Enlistment in the navy has been
thrown wide open again, according
to word received at the Omaha re
cruiting station, that restrictions and
litnitationi on enlistments had been
Bee Want Ads Troduce Fesultr.
1512 Douglas Street
rOI.ITICAI. AD V ERTIHKM KNT.
100 gingham and voile dresses.
Closing out tQ QC
1512 Douglas Street
Chris M. Gruenther
Democratic Ballot, July 18th
' Combined With Our Store-Wide
This great merchandising sale combination: has created a
wave of buying excitement that has surpassed anything
ever seen in this store. The values are simply wonderful.
Our entire vast stocks are included, without even s much
as the exception of a single garment.
Men's and Women's Finer Quality Ap
parel at Most Drastic Price Reductions
Any Man's Suit in the House. .
Any Woman's Suit in the House.
Any Woman's. Dress in the House
Any Woman's Coat in the House .
Any Womari's Hat in the House. .
Any Pair of Shoes in the House. .
Any Pair of Trousers in House. .
Any Boy's Suit in the House
1417 Douglas Street
From Bond's Factories Direct
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Alone Does Not
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You cannot judge quality by price alone and
most men realize it, . although eveh against their better
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What the ordinary retailer does is no concern of ours but
what you, the buyer, does is most certainly our concern, in
asmuch as we have it in our power to "put you straight" on
the clothing question if you will only let us.
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Just like buying two
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