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WORKER ADVISES REFORMS
Machinist Wakes Up Society for Pro
moting Industrial Education.
JIUST GET OFF PEDESTAL
tin Tell Them to Tnkr Off Glove,
Cut Out Seven-Course Dinners
nnd (Jet Aequnlnteil nllK
PHILADELPHIA, Doo. T.-Tlmt higher
rducatlonal efficiency would follow the
general adoption of woman suffrage was
he declaration mailo by Mrs. O. M, Ouldln
if rrt Wayne, lnd., at today's session
of tho National Society for the Protection
at Industrial Education which Is holding
'ts convention In this city. Mrs. Ouldln
asserted that politics of today has kept
ho school system In most communities
i nnd obsolete.
Charles J. Owens, managing director of
Die southern commercial congress, Wash
ington, pedlcted that the Page-Wilson
bill how before congress for the extension
of industrial education 'ioutd be passed
'v lotli houses.
Stewart Itecd of West Albany, N Y ,
iurltig an address urged that tho efforts
to educate tho workingmrn be explained
'j) them more fully, lie said:
"Tho worklnrman today believes that
Industrial education Is n trap to ensnare
Mm. He thinks It Is nothing more than
a weapon In the hands of manufacturers
to create such a demand for his position
that he Trill himself be at tho mercy of
his employers. The worWngman believes
1hat you are trying to cheapen labor In
stead of raising Its standard and tho
Standard of his pay." '
The remarks of Mr. Itecd, who Is a ma
chinist and a union labor leader of no
tional repute, created a sensation. He
works In a railroad shop In Albany. In
his speeoh on industrial education he
told the delegates they could expect to
mako some progress, toward tho neces
sary reforms whon'thay "took off their
kid gloves and tholr accents, cut out
(even-course dinners and cultivated a
first acquaintance with the working
classes, whoso destinies they were trying
lo direct." Ho said, however, 'that ac
tunl experience had taught him that n
system to taach boys and girls workable
knowledge ot the different trades In part
of their school time ts tho greatest
prcsont need ot the nation.
Frederick A. aelcr, a Cincinnati manu
facturer, took Issue with Mr. Heed and
(.aid that the proposed nation-wide public
school system of Industrial education,
which has been discussed at tho conven
tion, Is not local nor limited to those ot
any one class. Mr. Oeler said that the
Industrial fate ot this country I largely
involved and this fact will be made, plain
boforo many years when the workers of
the United Btatcv through tariff change.
would bo brought Into keener competi
tion with the skilled tradesmen and arti
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Prices of the Mnculnes,
Electrlo vibrators or ma.tago machines
are Bold by barber supply houses at 125
to 5 and up to &6. "Try-New-Llfe" Is
practically the nuns as the $15 nnd $J5
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AVhat Rent riiralclnn Sny.
Hero Is what some reputable Omaha
physicians and surgeons have to say
Dr. J. n, Ralph This Is nothing new.
The only thing new about It Is the pro
tense that It will cure diseases. Physl
otans .have used electric vibrators for
years. I have used them. They can
cure nothing. There are cases In which
they afford somo local relief. Blood cir
culation and musclo activity may bo
stimulated1 to some extent. Used Intel
ligently in conjunction with other trent
mont an electric vibrator la productive ot
benefit in some cases. In some cases ti
will afford relief of pant. Occasionally
It may have tho effeot of rolloving pres.
auro of a musclo upon a nerve. So fur
as the curing of disease by use ot the
vibrator Is concerned, the Idea Is absurd.
It no more do that than the application
of a local anesthetic can heal a wound.
Somo temporary relief from rheumatic
and other pa!nswlll ie effected by the
use of the vibrator. As for Its possessing
any efficacy In cases of k locomoter
A ataxia, catarrh, . spinal curvature, nnd
many other ailments In me list, mat is
too ridiculous o talk about.
Just li Pure Vnltr.
Dr, J, B. Summers Its Just a pure
fake. It. Is practically- without merit. I
would not say It Is wholly without merit,
but It Is practical so- Any persdn suf
fering with disease who expects to bo
restored to health by treatment with an
electrio. massago machine, practically, the
same thing that a barber uses In giving
a facial massage, will bo disappointed.
Dr. Andrew B, Bomors That's a first
class fraud.' There's nothing new, about
It. Many physicians have them. We have
none In our office. I have sent patients
to other physicians fqr massage treat
ment, whfcjl Tn some cases' Is of benefit.
We can't, do bverylhJnB: ourselves. This
thing canno effect'-ft cure'of any disease.
It is not.vtotally without merit. Fre
quently there are cases which' ivre helped
to some'extent by massage. These ma
chines do not even afford the best kind
of massage. When that is needed I
would recommend a good, stout operator
because he goes deeper than a machine.
I take a hand massage because It is bet
ter, Jt goes deeper. A massage stimulates
musclo activity circulation of blood,
but as a treatment for disease It Is abso
lutely superficial. It Is not a cure-all;
It cannot cure anything."
GRIDIRON AT ARMAGEDDON
and the battle of Armageddon was fought '
In realistic style, as described by halt
a doien war correspondents for the bene
fit ot old Saul, who had come to tho
scene ot his early conflicts.
Correspondent Lodge reported that
Field Marshal Dixon had mowed down
Field Marshal McCoombs with a har
vester machine. McCoombs had pourvl
a hot statement Into Field Marshal Hlltes,
and'HIUes had hit Dixon with some ma
jority claims. Midshipman Olfford Pin
chot, aid to General Perkins, reported
that the general needed ammunition and
had sent him for a fountaln-pon to write
a check. What Saul supposed to ds a
horse turned out to be a bull moose.
and the two men hanging on his flank,
Adam Bede and John Harlan, were said
to be the "Truth Tellers." "Do they toll
the truthr Inquired Battf. To which
Correspondent Champ Clark replied.
"8ay, Mister, we're not a king, you're
the court Jester."
Fresh from the battlefield on his horse,
Correspondent Watterson reported that
b he left the field, the democrats ot
the hours were trying to arrange tho
tariff schedules, "and the carnage wan
frlghtfull." Through his glasses, Saul
discerned the general on the bull moose.
dashing toward the large general seated
on the putting green, followed by tho
tennis cabinet Saul's Inquiry as to tho
Identity ot the nine men surrounding
Tnft was answered by the explanation
that thev were his cabinet, "who will
get into the battle after It Is over."
What was nt first supposed to be "the
dawn of day," turned out to be Colonel
Jim Ham Lewis, and an "engino of
war," to Saul's ancient eye was only
Governor Hiram Johnson. Even his old
friend, "Joan of Arc" was really Albert
3. Beverldgc, 'disguised as "Mary ot tho
The action progressed until the bull
moose and its followers were fleeing and
the man with the golf stick was pre
paring to leave the green. The battle
was soon over and Saul started poM
haste for Washington to seek a Job, de
claring that he had been u "life-long
democrat since the battle ended."
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(Continued from Page One.)
"bull moose spies" in disguise, .who, when
stripped of their false beards, turned out
to bo the new members of the club,
Charles P. Keyser, correspondent of the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, and Edward
B. Clark, correspondent of the Chicago
The republican electoral college In
sisted" on meeting while the dinner was
in progress to name a candidate for the
second place, for which various names
were suggested, only to be Instantly
withdrawn by solicitous friends. Of such
was that "stable-minded, nevcr-nhang-lng-hls-vlews.
patriot," Herbert S. Had
ley, the "Sterling Rovlslonlst" Reed
Smoot, the "Invincible Borah," tho
"great friend of tho common people,"
Senator PerfVose, and Robert Marlon La
Follette, "whose motto Is "Forgive your
enemies," who recommended that the
"place be given to Oyster Bay."
Then the scerie changed to the orient
Mew Seenf from Cnrmen,
One of tho striking features of tho
evening's entertainment was a rendition
of a complete act of the tuneful opera of
Carmen by tho vocalists of tho club In
full oostume. This Was the famous act
of the bull' fight, only It was rendered
with stranger characters than Bitot ever
dreamed of, and even tho bull was re
placed by a ..full grown .Bull Mooee
Entered pon Jorge Pcrklnsarle, champion
BU11 Mooso trainer of the world, who an
nounced that the Mexicans, tlrpd of bull
fighting, wanted a sport that had some
real hot tamales and chile con carne In
It, which meant a Bull Moose fight
President uortho, after whispered con
versation with President Taft, announced
that the "president of the United States
assures me that you can have him (tho
Bull Moose) and welcome."
carmen appears, "history's gay
coquette." us "popular applause" and
sings, "To win my smilo the greatest
statesmen pause, but when my glances
seem most fair, then have a care, beware,
Tho Bull Moose, pawing nnd snorting
enters, and then tn order tit toreadors
are Introduced and Invited to explain
their methods of attack. Don Roberto
I.a Follettlo replies. "If I had got a
chance to catch my breath, I'm sure I
could have talked .the brute to death,"
but hastily .retires Into the group ns the
Hull Moose makes a demonstration.
Toreador Don Champ Clarklo sang:
I know the way to get that Moose so
Why don't they turn Bill Bryan loose
If they did that, I'd have a Ktod excuse.
For saying: "Go It Bill, Go it Bull
Then they sang Carmen.
Carmen: "But whore's Don Tuftio?
That's the man I'd call, by far the
worthiest matador of oil I"
Don Jorge! "Don Taftlo's a good
fighter, people say."
Too good for nny rough and tumble
Frank and forebeorlng, Inclined to
A liberal mind to nn ungenerous foe.
This little message ho has paused to
"I'm busy now. let Miles run tho fight.'
Yet he's the kind of man I hate to see.
Fonder of duty than he is or me.
Then tho climax: Don Woodrow sink
ing and wavering his. blade asserts;
I'll bowl him over with classic tore.
Lines of Euripides, phrases of Sophocles
Plato ana I'lutarcn. at mm rii peiiow
Oratory In all. Its glory, I'll hurl at
him wttn mignt ana main.
He'll get no chanoe to tell the story,
I'll never let him explain.
Whereupon ho turns upon the ' Bull
Moose, who falls and Is dragged off by
the S. P. C. A., while Don Woodrow turns
to Miss Popular Applauso, who greet
him, "Woodrow, I'm yours for four long
year, per haps."
Tho farewell to President Tart was
touchlngly conveyed In the verses en
titled, "On the Ohio," set to the muslo of,
"Moonlight Day," as follows:
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Uy the old Ohio shoro;
Theru'u n town,
Famous dncn tlin days of' yon,
Cincinnati good old rtatlon
Fr tho leqdor of our nation
WaltH with welcoming ovation.
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When the moon beams shine,
On tho Ohio
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Aro all aglow
Or It o'er the Rhine,
You should ohanco to be,
"Won't you think of us In Washington,
Wa have met.
Whore the broad Potomac flows
We will lose the friend that noes,
When to Fountain Square you wundor
Won't you sometimes pause and rxmdcr
On the friends no distant yondor
From the Ohio.
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LAST "WXEICS 7XXZD WIKHBRS.
1 Miss Ethel M. Powell, Omaha,
a y D. Hawkins, Columbus.
3 S. Zi. Morris, Omaha.
Blanche Johnson, 2534 Cass Street
If the Blrl paints.
Will the baklrn? powder?
If tho oyster stews.
Will the clam chowder?
If the clock stops,
Will the vertltfo?
If tho cake bakes.
Will the bread-dough?
If the worm crawl,
Will the butter-fly?
If the boy Ulls the truth,
iWll the condensed lye?
If tho cat Jumps,
Will tho bed-nprinu?
If tho whistle blows.
Will tho clrcus-rintf?
If the organ rolls,
Will tho banana poel?
If the iwas pod,
Will the corn-mtal?
If the Blrl" a fat.
Is the Koaollno?
If the apple's ripe,
Is Hetty Oreen?
If the boy sits.
Will the Brand-stand?
Do your Christmas shopping early.
Or where will Toy-land?
CUMING COUNTY FARMERS
PLAN TO HOLD INSTITUTE
Joseph W, Craifr, Walnut, la. It was
:30 In the morning. Tho alarm clock
had run: and lasy Pete had rolled over
for another snooze. Just as he was
about to fall asleep, Jerry the ons-armed
paper hanger, burst Into the room, and
with his paste brush tapped him on tho
noodle, At the same tlino h!slng In his
oar,. "If the, hay .stacks ajid the corn
huaks, would tho fodder be shocked?"
tfay Bo! roll mo a ViU.
Leon Peterson, 3227 Cass Street If
Russia ran short of their meat provisions.
would they kill Mii'a Cow (Moscow) 7
If the Commerce club gave a danca in
their new quarters, would you call that
a high ball?
If i lady can milk 4 cow, con Hershey
Xlan Jenkins, 923 So. 33d Street Can
the referendum be used when Council
If the baby were lying on the floor,
would the carpet sweeper?
If the laundry burns down, where will
WK8T POINT, Neb., Deo. 7.-tfpecIal.) !
The Cuming .County Farmer' institute
will be held under the auspices of tho
extension department of the state uni
versity in the auditorium at Went Point
on December 11 and 12.
Tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. IV.tor Poel-
let was the scene of r pretty home wed
ding on Wednesday when their daughter,
MUs Kvu Leola, was united In marriueo
to Otto A. Btosmann of this city.
At the regular meeting of Klroo chapter,
No. 0, Ancient Free and Accepted
Masons, the following otflcern were
elected. E, II. P., P. M. Moodle; H. It,
Oeorge O. Mullln: K. 8. J. 11. fit. Clair;
secretary, James W. Shearer; treasuror,
W. A. Black.
llonry P. Hunker, third son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hunker and "brothor of for
mer Mayor 1 IX Hunker was united In
marrluifo to Miss Margaret Kane at Wis
ner, liy llov. Father Carroll, pastor of
the Winner Cathollo church.
Albert Nelmaim and family, old settlers
of Cuming oounty, have removed to Ah
ahelm, Cat., where thry will make tholr
Henry OUxa of Orand Inland, president
of tho Nebraska Deutchea 1-anrtwehr
veroln, was In Wont Point Thursday for
the purpose of arranging for the annual
threo daya' ptcnlo of the state camps
which wll take placet at tho Riverside
purk at West Point on August 31 nnd
Heptember 1 and 2.
Tho Klkhorn Construction compuuy of
Fremont, Is actively engaged In proso
cutlng the work on the now sewerugo
system at West Point.
WANTED: One Hundred
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Hreat Ilrvlvnl at loons.
IjYONB, Neb., Doc. 7.-(Hpeelal.)-Hev.
Oforgo 71. Williams, an evangelist of
Illinois, has been holding a turlea of
revival meetings at this placo for coveral ,
weeks In tho I'resbyterian and Methodist
churches. Great Intorest has been rnanN
fested nnd much good Is expected to be
accomplished. He is assisted by tint local
ministers, He vs. A. 8. Uuel) and James
Omaha Towel Co. new telephone num
ber, Douglas S21.
Itay U Spath, Scrlbner If Mr. Swln
sounded the door bell d-d-d-llng. would
I vou call that nwlnrttlnir?
Olive B. Hunt, Syracuse They wero
sitting on the front porch. She- asked Percy Stammer, SO? Hickory Street If
him, 'What Is trichina' He 'Search an Irishman went Into a saloon and tha
me, but I will show you a tHch-l-no-sis,'' i bartender asked him his name, would ha
and he kissed her m , say, "Phillip McCann." (Fill up my can)
Wiiy Haxre "Nerves?"
This ia the reaton why women hava "nervct." When thought betn to frow
doady and uncertain, impulses ls and the warning of pain and diitress are tent
like flying message throughout limb and frame, straightway, nine times in ten, a
worn aa will lay the cause of the trouble to some defect at the point where she first
felt it. Ia it headache, backache, a sensation of irritability or twitching and
uncontrollable nervousness, something must be wrong with the head or back, n
woman naturally says, but all the time the real trouble very often renters in the
womanly organ. In nine cases out of ten the teat of the difficulty is bere, and a
woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflam
mation of the delicate special organ ot tie sex should be treated steadily and
Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that prcscriptiea aaade
from medicinal extract of native roots.without theuseof alcohol, relieved over 90
per oetit, of aucb cases. After using this remedy for many year in his private prac
tice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription, that would make it
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Mna. Lira. B. Hawktms, of Zu, Ye,., wrlt: " I had boon falling la health
iui uru years most 01 uio lime was not amo to aiuma to my nouseuoia a u tics.
, manic to Doctor
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