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STRIDES OF ELECTRICITY
Btcady Advance in Science of Wire
INCREASE IN DISTANCE COVERED
Kntnre Pnnsthltllle Toncliett Upon
Snccrssrnl Testa of Antntnntlc
, Trnln-gtnp Signal
day iravo nn official demonstration of n
new cab slimal and autornntle train stop
system over a railroad division under
actual service conditions. Tho Inventor
linn bten dtvelonlnir his system to answer
the signal requirements for dally service
over 111 miles of track on tho Queen &
Crescent for more than a year past and
has succeeded, It Is said, to the point of
practical efficiency that Is required In the
dally operation of trains. Signals by the
system aro produced Inside the englno cab,
operating through track circuits, Instead
of compelling an engineer to crane his
nock outside the cab In his efforts cor
rcctly to read and follow wayside nig
jials. The system has the further mlvan
tngo of applying the brakes and auto
matically stopping the train under danger
conditions If the engineer should for any
reason fall In his duty. Tbe official test
of tho system covered 100 miles tinder the
severest signal conditions obtainable, run
jilng from Ludlow. Ky., to Lexington, Ky.,
and returning over a water-soaked track.
The system. It In said, thoroughly per
formed Its functions as perfectly as the
present wayside signal system operates,
Just as tt has done In a service test the
AVlth the nrorrrm In efficiency now be
Ing effected, wireless telegraphy Is mak-
lng steady' strides toward replacing the
cJable, or at' least' competing with It, for
all long-distance work. Much very suc
cessful cable work Is done today over
great distances by what arc known as
automatic relays. The strength of the
electric current sent through, a long cablo
gradually diminishes until it becomes too
weak to servo the purposes of signalling,
so that messages have to lie "read and
retransmitted from time 'to time en route.
But If before .this occurs the current Is
passed into a relay, this Instrument am- I Jal!t twelve days,
P Hies wun mo 01 a rn jftm c. Iock. cha)rrnnn of the boMd
. ii ' T tt . .Y, u of tlnaX " of the New Yofk Cen
ntilnmn tlcotlv .ends riff a fresh message. I . . .. .
-- ., irai lines, auenucu ine test to make a
. 7. Z. JL .i..t . , engineers In attendance were a. II. Dry
. .atln. which' Ira a; ?T ihto8,ft
that It circles the globe In one-flfth part h, "hw.tern; I. S. Itaymor.
of a second. Mak. these signals stronK F,1 "b.Urh.A If rle. and J. II. Offelt.
enough and hve sufficiently delicate re
ceiving apparatus, and direct telegraphy
from England to Australia or China be
comes possible, -says the London Dally
Such distances 'are not accomplished
Vet, but 4,000 miles and more are being
considered commercially where 2,000 were
considered two years ago. Wireless work
at the future wilt bo long-wave wireless,
waves sent out into spaco five, ten, or
CREATORS 0FWAR SCARES lf Backachy or
Part Played by Armament Makers Kidneys Bother
and Dealers in War Supplies.
MEMBERS OF CONGRESS WAKE UP
Activities of Ifnvr l.eufttir In IMiib
rIiir for Illuaer Appropriation"
Influence Working In
Eat less meat also take glass of
Salts beforo eating
Uric add In meat exrltea the kidneys,
they become overworked; get sluggish,
sche, and feel like lumps of lead. Tho
urine becomes cioudy; the bladder Is Irrl-
An Increasingly large number of public tated, and yon may be obliged to seek
men aro coming to havo n clearer knowl- relief two or three times during the
edge and perception of the part played night. When the kidneys clog you must
by armament makers and dealers In help tbem flush off the body's urinous
munitions of war In creating war I aste or you'll be a real sick perron
"scares." Observers of legislation In ihortly. At first you reel a dull misery
Washington have long boon familiar with n tho kidney region, you suffer from
the timely appearance of War "bogies" backache, sick headache, dlxzlness, stom
when the naval appropriation bill was Kfts sour, tongue coated and yen
about to come forwnid for consideration rl rheumatic twingea when the weather
in congress. They have come to be ra-; t t,aj. .
miliar, too. with the enginery of theso j Eat less meat, drink lots of water: also
bogles-how thoy were made and by -,t from any pharmacist four ounces of
whom. For a long time tho bulk of the jaj Halts: take a tablesnoonful In a
members of congress were not so alert. Bus of water before breakfast for a
nut now they, too. am coming to see mat ; few a.y. and your vMeys will then set
CHARITY BALL NETS '
GOODLY AMOUNT TO
THE CITY MISSION
(Continued from Page One.)
there aro war trusts, whose business It
Is to ciento apprehensions among the nations.
Senator Thomas of Colorado is ono of
tho latest accessions to the growing num- etlmn1ate them to normal activity, also
nor ai uio capnoi wno navo nau uioir , neUtrllze the acids In urine, so it no
Nickel Plate railroad.- Boston Transcript
AT HOME RECEPTION
(Continued from Page One.)
(yes opened. Tho exposures of Dr.
Lclbknecht In the German Ilclchstag per
formed a public servlco that had Its ef
fect not only In Germany, but In other
countries. Discussing Winston Churchill's
, mii.. ,,., i !.,, trh.r n Verv ,naJnln& ' the record-breaking storm
few years ago they were- only three to r a mo,nth "o were rapidly dissipated
nix hundred yards. And with greater dls. """"' l" morning nours.
Intiren mrpwrt. Xarirrr ntnntirif. nf nnwnr I tinvrrnnr Dllluio Iterelvra
aro helnir tronnmlHed nl.n. Tho current 8PKINQKJELD, III., Jan. 1. For the
Is measured In microamperes: the mil- tlnt tlmo ln twenty years a democratic
Uonth part of the current taken by the Kovernor held a New Year's reception in
average hundred-candle lamn Is a micro- th Illinois capltol. Governor Dunno and
ampere, but far less than this amount nls wlf received a long lino of executive
suffices when passed through a telephone 1 ornciaJs today.
In fflvM nti (ilti41ili lnli1 I 1 1
rr.;r-:.. .... BOOST YATES' CANDIDACY
-v " . i,u . vvv'viviii j l .lie . i n nau., v a
that the srreat rnvnlutlnn ln wlrnlesn Is
Just taking nlaeo. Printed tape men- (Continued from Page One.)
(Ine. This famous salts Is made from
the acid o( grapes and lemon jntce, com
bined with tlthla. and has lieen used for
generations to clean clogged kidneys and
longer Is a source of irritation, thus end
ing bladder weakness-'
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, cannot Injure;
makes a delightful effervescent llthla
water drink which everyone should tako
'naval holiday" proposal tho other day . . ,h,n u..n ihn Udn.v. -iin
in xno senaie, senator i nomas sain: I mr,A . nntrvi.i. hr nv thev
Wo havo bulldcd and are building na- nf .T.n 0.1.- , fnivB who believe In
vies In obedlcnto to a public opinion ere- evercora)nc klaney trouble while It Is
aiea ann snmuiatca oy mo inicresis U)lv troubleAdvertisement,
wnicn laucn upon puouc cxponaiiure
through the suggestion of International
differences, the circulation of war rumors roo doctrine was quite as effective as 'It
and comparisons' of tho relativs naval I Is today. England responded to Clevc
strength of nations. Commercialism has I land's .demand In 1855 for Oil delimitation
laid Its hnnds upon national rivalries, of Venezuelan boundaries when our sea
both actual and potential: upon national I strength was negligible
moiuons aim possionmcs, upon mo aion- ihi.iii.. f vnTv T.nnn-....
roo oocinno nna tno Daianco or power: jir, Henslev of Missouri In a atwech In
upon trio antipathy of the races: upon the house- drew public attention to a local
tho conflict of democracy with obso-ln.,,. nf ,u onm ,i i,,l ,,
lutlsm; upon tho opposing religions of ne mM. .. ypar when tho naVft,
neighboring peoples: upon O10 Jealousies proprlation bill wna pending, 1 called tho
o rival cabinets, and capitalized them ottcntion of congress to the existence of
mi 11 hub isHueti na common biock
tho Navy league and Its actlvltlfs.
Amn. nllioi. V. I r- T 1 t n.
n nn nn.,1 11 U. Hl,.l.,l .1,- lll. 1 "" "",v -'", uui lu
Z """I.::. :.,:vr:":,r''D"".": members on both sides of the house, be
uion tho passions and ambitions of men
sages will be substituted eventually for lis In tho west. He Is of the old school of
the present audlblo ones In all commercial bankers that have weathered many-hair
ifrlrcless work. An operator ln the ordl- broad t lied financial storms, but he has
rlary way at present lias to listen with I gone cleanly through every panlo that has
the double tieadpleco telephone for Just wrecked many less ablo men than ho."
audible buzzes or burrs, and to decipher Representative Stephens was also hearty
theso as he goes along, perhaps managing in his commendation of Mr. Yates, and
twenty-five words to tho mlnuto. In a I said:
Uipo recorder each dot or dash Is auto- "I surely endorse the splendid things
ttiattcally printed (or registered photo-1 that have been said about the fitness of
graphically) upon a moving band of paper, Mr, Yates for membership on the reserve
and the number of words per mlnuto re- board, and I have no doubt that he would
cttved depends merely Upon the agility of make a very creditable member."
tho mechanism at tho transmitting and M0A1I00 Favora noberts.
receiving stations for the transmission Is Thero arc to bo flvo mombers of" th
tfutomatto also. TJi messages are con- board to be nominated. Of course, not
Verted into little holes punched in a more than one is likely to be chosen from
jtaper strip, tho positions of ths holes the Tntnsmlsslsslppl country and It Is
for each dot and dash being different, of said tonight that Secretary MoAdoo
course, and the perforated ribbon la favors the apolntment of George E,
Massed through a machlno which controls Roberts of Fort Dodge, la,, tho director
the anoaratus that Is sending out tho of the ialnt.
-tireless signals. The selection .of , Mr, f Roberts will
Wireless telegraphy across tha Atlantic naturally Jeopardize the chance., of Mr.
ky "automatic" will b accomplished quite tas, ! .
tkisstbly within tho next twelve months. """"im ui. rmraoni, u wm
Tho difficulty eo far has been to obtain candidate for the position of agent
enough power at a wireless station to set "erv? bo!,t,or !ho
any receiving apparatus, hbweVef delU Wt n wh,h Nebraska will lie when tha
cate. in motion. In the early day. printed rtgonal reserve banks aro designated,
tape message, were received over tho , Kepresen atlvo Stephen, of Fremont Is
abort distance, then dealt with through Interested W" candidacy, and said of
the agency of a detecting device which hl, ,s. . . . .,,.,.
became quite Impossible when the number , "opkln. ha. been in tho banking
"Signal, travenrtiw .pace became rtally business in Nebraska for forty year, or
"""" " ' ' more. He 1. a very practical man and Is
peat- Tho eWi jr '. TwouW nlniUr .ulted to tho Important post
called was do sensl Uve In ttl It wouW he ,ft
J??? . V. w.ii in T the Btt M the ffnt representative of the
radiation In IU range, a. well a. to the , , , , ...... . A ..
frequent discharges of electricity that Mct
take "placo from the atmosphere. ' . .A ... .
' , ... ,,,.. Invitation to Hitchcock.
In the great ovolutlon that Is taxing nhlnll.,p f nmmrrj. of thus.
place at the present moment three thing. burgh has invltcd Senator Hitchcock to
ere contributing to tho transmission of bo ,tB gllegt of honor Rt a banquct
greater power, enabling u. to operate thft 0VeJ,nR of SatUrday, Januaiy 17, and
mechanical printing device, thousands of dellver an addrrM, Th8 banquets of
miles away. that organization have always been af-
1. Wlrless energy 1. to some extent he- fan of jmuortanca n the business world,
Ing directed so that It Is not Indlscrtm- and u gueBU havo lnolude, prei!dents.
lhately sent out In every direction and coblnel ofncer8 Mnators, representatives
wasted, and leader. In the diplomatic corp.. Bena-
i Tho Immensdy long wave, noiy being top lutchcock ha. been advised that the
Used travel through space without so ,ubJect nnd lenath of timo of his .pcech
much "dying down" effect. w,u ,eft entirely to himself. It is
5. Continuous waves, a. used In th ma- kc,y thnt h0 wll mcwL
Jority of new systems, travel so rapidly Th0 now brftry ftt O'Neill. Neb., has
ono after the oilier, and back each de,lffnBte(i by the government as a
dther up. so to speak, that far moro depoiitory for public document., thus
energy arlves at the receiving station BlvlnB that Institution tho privilege of
monarchies and of republics, and entered
tho possible results In Its ledgers.
OrKniiUpil "Wnr Trust."
ii nas lormeu anu organized a war
trust and sold or distributed Us securi-
cause thero Is no political division on this
question, that J. P. Morgan was treas
urer of this association. My attention
has recently boen called to the fact that,
on account of this publicity, quite likely,
tta ti'Vi nr n Ik... HA . I . . ........ 1
. ... . J 1 . ' . rctc"D' he is no longer an officer of tho league,
fact urea and nells all nortn of articles do
Now. what Is the Navy league, and for
111 ,1 T U,, wh?le"aI "'AUghter "Mytaed that It Is sending retired naval offl-
and for tho making of widows and or-
Phans. It reaps harvests of gold by bUBlneM for the purpose of
clearing the way for other harvests of and fostorlnf ft stronger BenU.
blood and tears. It owns gun factories, ,.,.. , . .
"LZm " "a,? '"P.P"e8- l"TZ ttor preparedness, a. they put it. How
u. "-:. many tlmea havo members of congress,
and a treasury. ', , , , '
It has placed Its dollar mark upon .,., . ....
patriotism and levied Its toll Inwrtlallr KZ"
nn v a t . . boen Put "P against embarrassing sltua-
wis wwti nuvu UliVA triui A i. I CUVD Ull UU- l-s -.haAI-.-. . . . A j
"T '"Z. u .h ,, urt: . nd railed at by Individuals Interested d-
TrTL?r? U.W!rn!th0UnU'J?t Uectly In naval appropriatlonaT These
Pacific .coast With every meeting of he
japanoeo Parliament it whispers, of
soon as the professional dancing program
was completed and continued till the gay
crowd finally went homo soon nfter 1
o'clock. At the cast end of the dancing
floor two tables were arranged for serv
ing fruit punch, whllo on the stage the
supper refreshments of roffee and sand
wiches were eorved by a dozen or more
helpers from a long buffet tnble. Nom
inal chargts were made for the refresh
ments, and. as they represented clear
profit for tho City mission, everybody
was moro than willing to give liberal
patronage to those booths.
Colors t.'recn mill White.
Green and white, with a dash of red,
was the color scheme worked out beauti
fully by tho largo corps of decorators
who had been busy on the big hall for
several days. Thousands of pieces of
Kieen shrubbery, bunting, wreathing, rib
bon, corona lights, floral bells and other
decorations had been nrt'stlcally placed to
glvo tho largo Auditorium a warmth ana
clow of beauty that gave tho dancers an
attractive background In which to stage
their Joyous festival.
Manv dozen evergreen trees sioou ai
cither end of the dance floor, hiding the
Dlllars and bare wolto and giving the wnoio
atmosphere tho air of the holiday season.
On either side of the floor nnd ftt tho east
end on the end of the stage the dozens
of boxes were lined. These wero draped
with many oriental rugs, lighted with
large red-shaded lambs and uacKca uy
Culls from the Wire
rfi ..i.. r TirlcnrtlAr fiencral George
H. Tome-, surgeon general of tho United
ut.... or.ntr uiii. hurled in the post ccm-
Mnrv at West Point. N. Y., yesterday.
"ThA creatcst missionary proineni,
1- . V- - ....nnnt nl nn t T I Ml Tl Willi 1LB
'O3.O0O.WW. IS mai oi xno
. I n. 7-nWBr nT I'ftlrO. IjKVIJV,
sum ill - - - .
convention, which opened yesterday ln
Prof. Beth C. Chandler, an astronomer
of International reputation, aieu yewr
day, aged C7 years, at Wellesley, Mass,
tTrt .nm.il nn tun irnvernment mtioi oui-
voy and for ten years was editor of tho
Tho annual Fine Arts building prize Of
$500, awarded to tho Society of Western
Artists, was distributed among five of
tho exhibitors by tho Jury at Chicago yes
terday. The winners are E. M. Blrnlng
haus of St. Louis, Alice 8chlll and Maude
Squlro of Cincinnati. C. A. Corwln and
W. A. Clute of Chicago.
That customs revenues and other re
nlnt n thn tvirt of New York were
3,267,2SG less In 1913 than ln 1912 is shown
by a atatomont made public yesterday
by Dudley Field Malone, collector of tho
port. Tho total for 1913 reaches J2O0.6M,-
182. as against jiz,ii,-jvi in jl uh
total revenues for 1913. J204,2G1,126 was de
rived from imports duties.
Search both by Chicago police and hos
pital authorities has failed to disclose
apy clue to .the thirty-five milligrams of
radium lost or stolen several days ago
whllo being used In the treatment of a
cancer patient. Unless tho person hav
ing the precious particle of radium it Is
half the slzo of a pin's head and Is worth
I4,t00 ln his possession knows how to pro
tect himself from its Influence It may
iAmcrlcaaambltlon and points to our. un
protected Pacific coast. With every dis
turbance In Central or South America It
predict. European Intervention and re-
minds us of our Inferior navy. With
every disturbance it urges European In
terventlon and suggest, our Inferior nary.
1,t Inspires German animosity towards
England and French animosity towards
Qermany, It secures contracts for tw
battleships from Argentine Republic as
a reward for disclosing the plana of
American battloshlps It had constructed.
"X bellevo as ardently aa any man In
May happiness come to you
abundantly, and prosperity
attend you throughout all
the New Year
Open bright and early this morning for the big
gest Clearance Sale in onr history and, by the
way, our big ad in this paper on Thursday should
havo interested you greatly.
OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STORE
mm & mime
1510-18-20 FARNAM STREET
at Y, M, C, A. Building
Tubercular organs, bones and tissues,
preserved In fluid so that disease will
not be spread by them, will be part of
an antl-tubcrculosis exhibit at tho Young
Men's Christian association open house
this evening. A piece of meat from a
tubercular nnlmal killed at ono of the
South Omaha packing houses will prob
ably be shown.
The display will bo made on the third
floor of the association building and will
bo in charge of Mrs. K. R. J. Edholm,
executive secretary of the Nebraska So
ciety for tho Study and Prevention of
the Dread Disease. Literature of the so
ciety and charts Illustrative of Its work
and tho precautions necessary to avoid
consumption will also bo included ln tho
exhibit. In an adjoining room Dr. S. R
Towne will give brief lectures on tho sub
ject during the evening, with a radiop
tlcan to throw illustrations upon the
t things aro not secrets. I am not violating
any confldenoe or betraying a trust when
i call your attention to these perform
"Why, Mr. Chief Justice Brewer, ln his
last days, spoko out against this situa
tion; he felt It then aa wo feel It now,
removed even though ho was by reason
of his high position. Some of them go
so far as to tell ua to what extent we
should Increase tho appropriations. They
are so numerous hero in this great city
when tha society season Is on' that you
cannot throw a stone without wndanger-
Ing a naval man or a mlllta y gentle
man, retired or otherwise. What did Mr.
Chief Justice Brower say about them and
E. N. Frellnj? has been taken from the
hospital to his home at 3191 Fowler ave-J
nue, wnero ne is convalescing quietly
after his recent Illness.
WILL NOT BE AT HEAD
OF M OYER'S BODY GUARD
BOONE, la., Dec. 3L (Special Tele
gram.) Chief of Police 6. F. Moyer, re
turning from a visit with C. H. Moyer,
his brother, ln a Chicago hospital, says ha
will not be a member of tho bodyguard
with the head of tho Western Federation
of Miners on the latter's return to the
Calumet mining district.
"I suggested that he have a bodyguard
because his life Is not his own up there
alone," said the chief upon his arrival
Key to tho Situation Bee Advertising.
BULLET SMASHES WINDOW
PANE NEW YEAR'S EYE
John Morrissy, 1S22 Emmet street,, was
awakened lato Now Year's eve by some
body raising tho lid. A stray bullet broke ,
half a wlndowful of glass in Morrissy' a ,
bouse. Morrissy complained to the police.
DEATH RECORD, ' j
Twalne Larson, who was brought to
Omaha from his home at Newport, Tues
day died last night at St. Joseph's
hospital. Mr. Larsen was D years old,,
and had been suffering for some time
beforo he was brought to the hospital.
His relatives have been notified.
Persistent Advertising la tho Road to
clent navyT Wc have expended over ,p!;e.nee"T; He 8aldf
Mtti i- . - '"The maintenance of 7
navy. We have 277 vessels, ln tho aggro-
.h.p., w.t.; twThm comm.;..;;. w, 'r.6 "ihjy
00 and more
military and naval officers, active and
retired, now living with their families In
have eleven armored cruisers; we havo
sixty-three submarines, of which forty-
seven are In service. We havo twenty-
eight torpedo boats and fifty-four de
stroyers, ahd wo havo six battleships In
course of construction. But when con
gress meets and Its committees consider
a naval program, our deficient navy, our
unpreparedness, our smaller guns, our
obsolete warships, are said to invite not
only the contempt, but active hostility
of tho nations.
in a given time.
3ievr Em In Commerce.
There seems little doubt that beforo
very long the continuous-wave system
selecting any public documents U may
deem suitable for Hs shelves.
Wants Better Malt Service.
John F. McCarthy, a railroad man of
work. This differs from the tflder lnter-mlttent-wavo
aystem ln that each wave
follows the next closely and there ia a
Hitchcock an almost plaintive appeal to
use his influence to Improve the city de-
. I , . . . ,1,.,
continuous train of wave, travelling ' dW,v,riw will be made In tho
(through the space between the two ,.,A t i . ,, ,
stations that aro In communication with nU" " i wl rmerl living
one another, whereas with intermittent 11 " JJSX
,.,w .v, i. . .w. fM.in f .v. remotely in the country havo their mall
" V...:r:. delivered at their door by rural free
distance by 'another, then another, and JT.?' JS
"3:::;.. town its.it must t tn- man .(UMr
Zn 'clr.y get most from an un.nt.r, SL
I IV V4(al II W4 SMitssuavet visa v
these boxca of mall and scatter it on
I the ground, while they use the boxes
rupted source of supply, Just aa one
could fill a bucket of water more
n ii I 1 v fHim n flnulnr Ian llinn frnm
the. uno tap if it were spasmodically fP. Vi?'r .. l""8 """T" , Z'l"'
turned on and off. These continuous Pot'-" The PP J
,.m k.jnB. n. .ffiH-nt fnr up with the proper authorities of the
comniwclal telegraphy, are mqch more ?U1 U, U coined a similar
delicate to "pickup." and the tuning situation exI.U In mary other of the
or the two stations has to be extremely ,mBl ""i ,n .,h Bt"te' ......
... , W, P. Ourley of Omaha, who has been
of aecrrt communlcaUon. They are pro- mk, J,U ""v1 ,lt V re,BU'
duced in several different ways now. more ""
than one new system being on the eve here and leavea for the west
of important experiments between Amer- !luro,lJr'
lea and Europe. The Pouisen continuous
Wave sjttem It is stau-a. is ieing Oeadlr Frlirkt
adopted for the J, COO mile station on the possesses sufferers from lung trouble
Panama canal. till they learn Dr. King's New Discovery
Wlrelesa telegraphy of the near future I will help them. Price 60c and $1. For
will therefore, mean transmitting very ( sale by your druggist Advertisement.
rapid stgnaU of sufficient power to actu
ate a printer which will record on paper!
the messages sent; a permanent record
will be obtained and the rate of sending I
messages will be lncre&Md frpm the pres
ent twenty words a minute or thereabouts
to perhaps 1C0 to 900. This should lead to
a considerable reduction In telegraphic
rates eventually, and so Increase the
amount of telegraphic corretpondence
Au Automatic Tralu-Btop.
In line with the demands of the Inter
state Commerce commission that the rail
roads of the country must develop a I
nal aystem automatically to stop trains
and prevent collisions the Queen &
Crescent railroad at Cincinnati the other
with tlie military and naval forces, are
gradually transforming the capital of
their country Into a military and naval
center, and their Influence Is constantly
pressing upon congress for continued de
velopment and Increased expenditures ln
military and naval lines.' "New Yom
TWO-THIRDS OF MEN LAID
OFF IN LOCOMOTIVE SHOPS
An Efficient Anvy, WhenT
"Whon ahall wo have an efficient
FAIIUJUIIY. Neb., Jan. l.-(8peclaU-
A sweeping reduction was made In the
navyT Some say when we have forty-one Rock Island locomotive shops at this
battleships of the line. Not such battle- place today, when a large number of
ships as the Connecticut or tho Iowa, but mechanics. Including bollermakers, ma-
tho Wyoming and tho Texas, and costing I chlnlsts, carmen and their helpers, were
from IIS, 000, 000 to $30,000,000 each, with laid off indefinitely. This Is the greatest
crulsem and smaller craft to match. But I reduction ever made ln the Rock Island
when we shall have bullded them, what forces since tho shops were established
then? If Kngland and Qermany and rat this point in isss. A number or rore
Japan continue to build, will we dare to ne" the operating department were
ston. when to do so must soon leave ui also taken out of service,
a tempting prey to their more enterprls- Three train dispatchers handle tho
Ing and farslghted pollcyv No, Mr, movement of trains over the Nebraska
President, our war material makers, like division, instead or six. as rormeriy. ino
the daughters of tho horse leech, will locomotive snopa ana car yarns are run-
continue to cry, 'Give! Give!' n,nc w,,n auoul n,ru ul "1B
"Many nations are without navies. rorce- J"" now, P
St.,ln Vnrtv.v. nnn.nrk nI.Hm UUCUOn will renmill n lon.n is uui nnuiu
Holland. Bwiiteriana, poin ana iortugai Th8 Per,ultont na judicious Use of
may oe cuca. uui men countries are Advertising Is the Road to
more immune 10 wars man xneir more i jjujnu. Success.
rormiaaDio nMgnoors. uuseia autrerea
the destruction of Its fleet in 1900, since
which time It has been quite as free from
controversy and danger as its victorious
adversary. Our treaty of peace at Ghent
with Oreat Britain prohibited the main
tenance of ships of war upon .the Great
Lakes. This has prevented Instead of
promoting discord between the United
Stato aand Canada. Who shall say that
our relations with the great Dominion
would have txwn aa peaceful had their
battleships and ours been launched upon
the waters of tho Great Lakes a hundred
years ago and since maintained ln con
stantly added strength and numbers? In
our days of maritime weakness, the Mon-
Atlanta, Ga.. April 21, 1913. "When I
it-celvcd tho samples of Reslnol Soap and
Iteslnol Ointment my face was covered
with pimples which defied other creams,
Koaps and cosmotlcs. They wore a source
of constant humiliation to me, coming
In contact with many strangers as I do,
us a business wxman.
"By the time I had finished a cako of
Iteslnol Soap and half a Jar of Iteslnol
Ointment, my skin was soft as velvet,
and as smooth. My friends were stunned,
and everyone asked me what I had done.
When I told them, I think they hardly
believed It. for the transformation waa
"Slnco then I have been using Iteslnol
Soap and shall never be without It again,
for I have learned the delights of a clear.
soft, beautiful complexion that may be
attained by ita constant use." (Signed)
Miss E. P. Gaddls. 2M South Pryor St.
Iteslnol Ointment (00c nnd 11.00), and
Reslnol Soap (25c), stop Itching instantly
find speedily heal eczema, and other skin
humors, dandruff, sores, burns and plica.
Sold by every druggist. Avoid "substi
tutes" for Reslnol offered by a few un
scrupulous dealers For free trial, write
to Dept. 36-R, lteelnol, Baltimore, Md.
Hatty Hurdle Heaps of Heavy
Our Eastern buyer didn't buy a job lot special for
this sale. We bought 'em regular, but we don't make
tho weather. If we did, it's a cinch we would leave out
the unseasonable weather also the cyclone.
Loop the Loop Prices
$2.00 and $1.50
$1.50 and $1.00
50c Silk Sox
$1.50 Union Suits
3z.uu union suits m n
Sij.uu union suits in ff
$5.00 Union Suits gg
Black, the $2.50 Hatter
Kitty Corner from P. 0.
109 South 16th St.
No Money Till Cured
!H'!im Sa!i "! Disease, cured with
out the knife. Permanent cures ru a ran tail
Write for Fro. Illustrated boR n ttUtai
Diseases and testimonials ef huntfre? if
cured patients In Nebraska and Iowa.
DR. E. ft. TARRY - 240 Bee Bid.. Omaha, Neb.
Thmrm Im Omly Gum
Laxathr& Bromo Quinine
vecm rue whlb bveh re mmc a qbim im mm bay.
Always remember the full same. Look
lor this eisnature oa .every box, 26o.
TAILOR BECK Cutting PRICES
To reduce stock and keep my force of expert tailors busy I offer my high grade mado-to-order Suits and Overcoats at
lower prices than you would have to pay for ill-fitting ready-to-wear-after-they-aJter-them kind.
All $40.00 Suits to
Order, now . . . .
All $30.00 Suits-to- JOq I All $35.00 Suits-to-Order,
now jpsmiJ Order, now . . .
I CUT THE PRICE-NOT THE QUALITY
Reliable Fabrics, Honestly Tailored. Any time my garments don't make good I will
BW Awmmr .aiaiaVb sflV muuu9 Ammmmmr mm. K
NEW LOCATION 15l2i DODGE STREET.
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