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T1IK UKE: OMAHA, 8ATUU1AY, OCTOBElt IS, 1914.
KELP TO BECOME
AN ENGINE OF WAR
Hitherto Worthless Product on To
cific Coast to Be Used ia Making-
rowder for Guns,
COMPANY FOR MAMTFACTUXE
SAN FR ANCIFCO, Oct. 15. The
krlp crop of the Pacific ocean Is to
be harvested by a powder company
to obtain an Ingredient "wed In mak
ing amuntUon for the warring na
tions of Europe, It was announced.
The statement Is made that one of
the largest manufacturers of powder
In the United States has decided to
spend $5,000,000 In this enterprise
lu order to obtain the chloride of
potash It needs to fill its war orders
end which It can no longer obtain
It ha long been known that kelp found
elon the Callfornlan coasts Is rich In
(-clash. The difficulty hna been to ob
tain the kelp In auftlclent quantities and
to handle It afterward. Kelp grows In
Ions streamers that reach from the ocean
bottom to the surface, bclno; floated by
fruit bulbs. Hut when the top of the
kelp I reached, the Ions trunki ore liable
to tnk to the bottom. Also, whn Uia
kelp U reaped. It tends, upon belns; tx
pooed to the air, to become fluey and
Of org H. Markell, secretary and sen
rral tnanaa-er of the Hercules I'owder
company, now In Pan Kranclaco, liai. It
la said, designed a aubmaiine reaper, and
contract for an experimental reaper
have already been let, to be completed
within fourteen day. The reaper will
cut the kelp In alx-lnch lengthr, which
will be aucked by a pump Into ola wlie
banket. The piece of kelp are then to
be taken ashore In roasting vat, the
needed chemical substances being after
The kelp may not be cut off In such a
way a to deatroy It, a It la the protec
tion of spawning grounds. A trial off
Monterey bay. It Is announced, will be
made under government auporvlnlon a
toon a the ul.marlne reaper li com
pleted. Mr. Markell atated that chloride of
potaah ha risen from a former gt-neral
market price of 115 a ton to well over
KM a ton.
dred subject, especially In It
Uvm ef myU' tan aa a stable S'leno.
HOW TO fEAI. WITH M1MAN NA
Tl'flE IN KL91NF.HH. Hy Hherwln
4'S pp. 12. Kunk Wajtnails com
pany. A book of business direction, suggestion,
atudy and example, based on the psychol
ey of buaine effort. The author con
siders at length national characteristics,
service, your own valuation of yonraelf,
the mind and how It work and analysing
are not to much prophecy a mbollrm.
of their utterance I pregnant with a
plrltual slgnlflcanre. There la no ques
tion of propounding a new Roar') or of
using fanrlful and (trained Interpreta
tion for the bolstering up of Individual
THE IJtl'OHTNO MI'SP Pr Arthur
Gulterman. !4 pp. l. Harper t liroa.
A collection of poem In which true
humor haa an all-enduring quality. These
verrea of Mr. Oultermaii arc of the beet
essence of fun good to read and reread.
PFACR PONNKTS. Py Jessie Wiseman
Glbls. 75 crnts.
A Inrg poem, whoee theme I peace. the
binding In white with deenrat'ona of red,
being significant of It content.
THR TtOfSKKKKPKRfl HANDBOOK
OK CLEAN I N t. By Brah J. MtLcod.
2l PP. l. Harper A Bros.
The book contain the result of experi
ment in laboratories of the application
of science to household problem, deal
with the nuneioua Asperts of '.leaning
that ccme within the housekeeper' range,
and will serve as a sort of laboratory
'guide to save her time end energy as she
'kovs forth to her dally battle against
HpAMNO Cl'PnKNTa. Pr Walter Ce
V.e. 243 pp. I1.6U. Vitu Publishing com
pany. The fundamental Idea of this book on
mental healing la that of service. The
I author doea not confine hlmaelf to the
(bare principles of the control of the body
jby the mind, but states that the book'
definite purpose Is "to heat, enMuraK
i ani enlighten w homsoever should read
IMP! WAT TO PREVENT WAR. By
Alln I,. Heuscn. liW pp. o cents. Appeal
This book Is devoted to the tajik of
: showing that since the people are opposed
to war the logical way to end It la to
j take the power to declare war away from
minorities who misuse It and vest It In
THK MAKINO OP CHRISTIANITY. By
J hn '. ClarKa, 1. l), 42J pp. L2J.
A Mot-feted Authors and Compilers.
Pr." Clarke laya especial emphasla nmn
the fact that the Aporalyptla writings
Makes a Nice Haul
While William Trrenner, 1116 Cntn street,
was sitting on the frcnt porch of the
home of Miss . Marie Holland, 411 North
Twenty-fifth street, with the young
woman, a strange man came by and
turned a pocket flash Itsht on the pilr.
He drove them at the point of a re
volver to a nearby alley. Here he took
S3 from Prenner and a wrist watch and
a ring from Miss Holland. Then he
ordered them back to the house and disappeared.
H. B. Craddick is
to Speak in Omaha
II. B. Craddick. president of the Min
neapolis Forum, which I the ad tl.ih of
Minneapolis, I to be In Omaha for a ban
quet of the Omaha Ad club October IT.
The club has Just arraniM a t'-ntatlve
schedule of some rood speakers to appear
before the club in the near future, anl
this Is a part of the program.
A banquet and rneral meet In is aleo
planned In honor or Herbert Houston, ed
itor of World's Work, when he will be
her In the early part of November. Mr.
Houston Is president of the Associated
Ad Clubs of the World.
An exhibit of advertising literature. In
cluding clrculnrs. folders, pictures and
other vehicles of advertising, Is to x
shown In Omaha under the auspices of
th Omaha Ad club some time this fall.
The exhibit was first made at Chl'-ag
during the national convention ef ad
clula there. It has now been deilJed to
start this exhibit over ths country to be ;
exhibited at various places. I
The Hen Franklin club is to co-operate 1
with the Ad club In this matter.
laaMsesHoar taa't Katf Xa
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liver, aid dls-estlon; you feel fine the next .
day. Only Vc. AH druggists. Advertise-!
SLOGANS AND PICTURES
MAKE MAIL UN MAILABLE
"Gott Ptrafe England" and picture of
the kusltania, with the words "The Blot
that Wont Come Off." If placed on let
ters or other mall matter will render such
mall matter unmallable, according to ad
vfcee'at the local postofflce from the
postmaster general. I
VOU'LL realize this fact just as jp
soon as you enter our store you can't g
go astray if you trade here our low rent location and 3
our modern inexpensive building help to keep the prices g
down at the Union -our ibnlnt' guarwnte of perfect aatlafao 3
tlon or no sale In yoiir safeguard. p3
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TO AI.r THE WO!tt,! KXCKPT OKll
MM'. v !' S' I "veil. 11 pp.
Ceorgo Allen A I'nwln, Ijtd.
The author of this book, A. E. Bllllwell,
Is better known In these parts as a cap
tain of railroad Industry, having been a
rromoter of the old Tort Arthur route
and later the Mexico ft Orient line out
of Kansas Cltr. The volume he has pro
ducf d Is a hreeijr discussion of war tojilca
from the standpoint of peace, although
devoid of sympathy with the Germans,
and, hence, addressed to everybody ex
cept Inhabitants of Germany. The argu
ment Is condensed in the Introduction, or,
rather, the book la an elaboration of the
Introductory outline. "War Is madness"
is fUltlwtjr variation of Hherman'a defi
nition. . In his opinion Germany' Is the
outlaw nation, and the Ultimate solution
la the most complete organisation this
world has ever aeen supported by a
world-wide peace army, and with an ap
peal to the religious Instincts, to humani
tarian instincts and to the pocketbook.
Ho wants an International flag to pro
tect sea commerce for all nation during
lime of wiir. nud a court to actlle Inter
national dlsputoa, backed by a world po
lice strong enough to make nation ob
serve scraps of paper. '
THR STOUT OP A I'lONF.KR. Wy Pr.
Anna 11. Hhaw. &7 pp. 1, Harper &
lr. Maw trll ths story of her life In
Its vailed activities. he begin with her
t nival in America at the age of 4, and
tolls ot the liaidhlpa and struggles on
what was then the western frontier. A
echool tesilirr, preacher, lecturer, or
ilaltied minister, physician, worker among
the poor, she attained to her different I
iitnl HlotiH, Her account of her life work
Ur suffrat-e, which occupies only a por
tion of this human document. Is flUeJ
with Incidents, picturesque and humor-!
'.!. For the aulfrudbt, this book Is the'
off.clsl record of tho work of the last i
(iuarter century; and for the general
roadcr, the story of an unusual, active
IAD AND IMA PATH Kit. Hy P. Ijiurla
t'.ii l u 'i.i t. li. pp. W cents. Little,
lro n A Co.
I'urlng Trisldent IJncoln's occupancy
ci mo iine iioue, nts son, "Tad, as
he was universally called, was probably
tiiu ibost active figure within Its walls.
Th child kept tho household busy and
required the president's dully help to
aiiaUhUn out the titngh s be created. The
ttund between father and son was unusu
lll' Uui8, hud ill liia devotion to the
(hlld one get a revelation of the depth
of tl,e president's tcmlermuts and sympa
thy for all humanity.
THK NATlTtAL OKPER OP PPiniT.
Liictn ilrn-. j-jO pp.
finetman, French it Co.
This lxk sets forth the life to come
at revealel by psychical research and
alma lo rescue it from scientific, dog
r tt e -i phaii'Hl .Mi..iii n 'ih au
thor rrideavors to Infuse something more
if tiaturalnes atd liomelikenes Into our
couceptlons of si irlt.
1IAHITS THAT IUMWft. rty rhnrle
H T -wna. i j i, Jl.jo. The I'mluiy
t i j is .
I r. Towns, wr.use life work is the study
rr.rt tnnraert of the victims of these
i.Ml.i; cud treatment of the victims tf
th-r-e I's, and who is Urnely resxnl
bin f..r the prenertt l-K!lativ rainpulgn,
I cr ums bis cxpvr'ince In n-Kar-t
to the pi a!i nee of drus and the nirlfi
.d of t:ejitio. nt and curs; and he extends
lU dUcii.-li u nl.,u to akuhol and toU c
)l is aluu'st a .'inporrant. he belies a
tt at ths pul.Hu should be wary auoui
sntor I inis an even About many duu
tor us ubbut drugs tlieinselves, hill I,
ftutlliies a pjuctlcab'e m ,uo ot cure, th
aucxvk uf mhlcn be bus Liaise! t e
HIE MTTI.K CHII.n AT THK BREAK
Vast TAI-.I.Ii Arrnntrd i,y Waiy and
V ii.mm Uaiiiiett. Ui cents. American
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l.l'tle prsyi-rs lor morning, be J Lime,
t.fi.i- i, c i j tlisakiii;iviigs and holidaya
B in Motion Pictures
W $ n
You uaquettionabljr will read tomorrow in this pa
per the first of the New Adventure, of Walling ford.
You have never come across anything; more rollick
in j, more joyful and full of the spice of modern life I
Well, all that you will read has come to life. All
that you will see has sprung into being, -Wallingt
ford, BLickie Daw, Violet and Onion exist for you.
They are coming to your theatre,- they are on the
block from you. They are going to enact all that
you will read and they are going to make you actu
ally see all that you have seen in your imagination.
Pathe has made the pictures and this serial is the
successor to the "Exploits of Elaine" which you. have
loved and followed so long.
Charles W. Goddard, the dramatic author of the
"Exploits of Elaino" has made these new motion pic
tures right from Chester's stories.
TUC NW ADVCTiTVaCS OP
Ffav t y
Tl'.f I-AFT UAT. ! y p W. fi seretU
M. H S- blieritmn. Freich Co.
A tri-atlM which will a ;. I to thoes
l.ittr-ried in mnital be.illii, new thought,
lt).vk-f to ii vaiind apcta aud klu-
c. v - '
But, who is to play Wallingford and whi la
to play Dlackie Daw? This you must to
thinking with much concern. There was only
one man in all America who could play Wall
ingford and that is Burr Mcintosh. It was
Mr. Mcintosh who Mr. Chester has always be
lieved was the one man to bring Wallingford
to life. There was no other man in the world
who could so well handle Blackie Daw a
Max Figman so both of them havm been pro
cured and appear in thie cast.
Playing Violet is Lolita Robertson, prob
ably one of the most sincere actresses of the
day who has so far entered motion pictures.
Under the direction of the Wharton Bros., who
directed "Elaine," the Wallingford aeries la
assured of an artistic success.
With the Pathe name on the film there will be
no question of the perfect picturizing. With
the EEI(5)0s5 distributing the pictures,
you may be sure that you will see them near
' i- . ' r - w : ;
Leopold Wharton I .
Director 1 1
LJ 1 i LJ LJ U LJCJ LJ U L
Max Figman L' 1
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