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ft I & $n ~i a t. I ii f*a A II \E O Ml /, feo & •'vll IK •'X If ..•f* 'I 8 I it a Ji iS It !.: vs $ •r-v. PROSPERITY IN STEEL CERTAIN EXPERTS1SSERT Domestic Demand ,\Vill be Great er Than Corporation Can Supply MUST SERVE THE E 1 1 'I I I' 1 I WORLD Foreign Needs Will Be Greatest and Most Urgent in History BY FREDERIC^ M. KfRSY. N. E. A. Staff Correspondent. Wa^5^,m th® UMlo?tr5' Emitting steei men here. jor locomotives prior to the war only -iTtte- besmess thermometer indicat- totalled from 2000 to -l.WK) annually, lag gcu&pent? or hard times, hovers other railroad equipment compan •au.nra.ys tir toe neighborhood of the workers the United States, of whom ace por&tion was $.!? this declined to: Ob tie Market Half a Ceatary. When yaa are In perfect health, .and are enjoying a strong and rigor ous vitality, it is then that your blood is free from all imparities. Yoa ihoald be very careful and (!tc heed to the slightest indication of impure blood. A sluggish circula tion is often indicated by an impaired Just to cotne and enjoy it. are *siaditiatt of the steel industry. There gur0pe jS beginning to demand ibetter are aproxunatrfy one mulion stesl Wage Standards to B« Maintained. There'is no reasot^jo doubt that ROLLER SKATING. wages can be maintained at ihelr pres ent level. There is business ahead Roller Skating at Armory Thursday of the steel industry for years to night. com*- Skating Monday and Thursday of For over a year construction wors each week. Hardly a Drugstore in the Land That Does Not Sell This Remedy Benefit Dance TOMORROW NIGHT—FRIDAY, 22ND LESS in the United States has practically ceased hundreds of thousands of tons of steel that went annually into build ings and railroads have been turn ed into shells, and thousands of men engaged in peacetime production have ,been turned into war factories. This steel and these men will be working on new buildings, electrifying rail roads,* building new lines and a thous and and one other projects that have been suspended. Automobile manu facturing will again absorb thousands pf tons of steel. All the locotnotive companies will benefit, by the (return of peace. The congestion of railroad traffic in tlie last two winters lias driven home the lesson of the importance of having sufficient motive power, and Ameri-j can rajlroads are making every effort' to catch up with their shortage. In cideutally, it is in Uris department 1 of steel manufacturer has the biggest export trade faces the gteel men. Foreign Countries Wan Locomotives. For example, prior to the war our Xe=w York. With more orders than'exports of locomotives were negligible, cifcn EtS. md jobs for as many: whereas in 19J5 we shipped 8f»( iu writers as ic can ge prosperity faces i9u, 2.9S:i, hnd in 1!U7, UoS. It is AmerteaTs leading and basic industry believed that the 191S shipments will jfnlk-tioa ^i,e wejj 0ver 4,h0. Domestic orders preparing to enter world trade. trainS and roatj engines. American rail- equipment companies anticipate ^ainloyes of the abtaining millions of dollars worth of ^tee. Corporation. 'orders from this source. have ad" vaneni per cent since January, American demand for American steel. Is in I9v» the average annual The United States bureau A foreign W3t,e of an employe of the steel cor-: There is going to be a big Latin- an,j domestic commerce is preparing for this »oT7 in IS04 and from that year has! •steadily increased to an average of: FARMERS ATTENTION! in l9it. Inasmuch as the steel: We pay cash for corn or will trarto corporation standards are copied by you oats or barley at a right price. It the smaller steel companies, this will pay you to look into this. Come wage can be accepted, steel men say, and see us. The Missouri "Valley Seed as that of all st«el workers today. Co. 117 2 wka appetite, a feeling of lassitude and general weakening of the system. It is then that you should promptly taka a few bottles of S. S. S., the great blood purifier and strengthened It will cleanse the blood thoroughly and build op and strengthen the whole system. S. S. S. is sold by all drug gists. Valuable information about the blood supply can be had free by writ, ing to the Swift Specific Co., 24 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta. Ga. Schebler Farm Three miles .East and North of Bismarck completed a newjarge barn and want everyone Jloon is bright and roads good. f*# SURE AND COME On Coats, Suits, By the (X. E. A. .Special to The Tribune.) London, England. Whatever the result of the dissolu tion of the powers in Central Europe, this much is certain. TJje breakups in Austria and Germany .shall not form avenues of escape from the task of re storation of France and Belgium and reparation £fl£,jumages done to the al lied nutioiji f] j. The one difficulty faced by the allies is how to deal with the split up enemy empires. Austria already has become a group of separate state*. The Bavarian republic has been pro claimed. Other German districts are reported to have followed the lead of Bavaria. The situation may involve represen tatioaby various states or election of delegates hy agreement among the states. Germany's peace congress job will be watching the wheels of justice turn and signing the peace treaty when it is drafted to the satisfaction of the allies. BRlliWEN TO BE LORDS IN RECONSTRUCTION Full Recognition for Sex ^V'hich Has Done So Much to Win the War LEA DISKS a HUNS MUST SETTLE DESPITE GO ON RECORD- BY HAROLD EDWIN BECHTOL. European aMnager of Newspaper En- terprise Association. London. England.—Tho women of Great Britain arc going to play a big role in reconstruction. They have won the right to be heard by saving the nation—and the nation recognizes it. mi The war has brought British women tho vote and the right to sit fn ^he Houso of Cominans—sacred to the "stronger sex" throughout the history of the Hrltish empire. It is probables women's ri^ht to sit in the house of lords will be establish ed shortly, as well as the admittance of women to th« professions on an equal footing with men. The question of "equal pay for: equal worlt" has been met. in in-1 stances, but largely it remains to be fought out after the industrial change over. Ask Age Limit Be Lowered. Only women over 80 may vote, but tbeer is already a demand that this age-iimlt bo reduced. Women have also invaded the Strangers' Gallery'' of the commons. I as the. public gallery is called. Tho jifrst woman to take advantage of this (newly-won privilege was Mrs. Walker Kerr of Kenslhgt/ro, who formerly liv ed in Xew Zealand, where she had the vote for 2" years. English paperH predict that women! will add dignity to .tho commons, dlg-i nifled ah vmade it is, and prevent **antl"' members from hiding behind pillars1 and doots when a "count If do mandedt Already a number of women have announced .they will be candidates in the coming elections—many of them on planks dealing with reconstruc tion tasks. Mrs. Dacre Fox, one of the leaders of the' 'Mntern 'em all" agitation, the following statement in con nection with her intention to oppose Sir George Cave, the home secre tary: "I will opose him because Ids de partment placed every, obstacle In ,the way of the internment of all en emy aliens." VieW* of Leading BrWsft-Women. .Here are views expressed by prom :mt.. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE DOUO 7S, We Do Not Ask You Buy, Come In and Look BREAK-UP OF THEIR EMPIRE NATURAL RESOURCES OF GERMANY TO PAY. Lord Morris, K. C., LL. D., a T»rit ish authority on international law, says Germany must pay for the war from her natural resources. His view follows: I "Germany may well have cost the I world she plunged into confusion some such fantastic sum as J?r.cK), OOO.OOO.rtOft. "Now. she has always held that I the 'victors must call upon the, van rjuislied to pay double or treble the cost of the war. "Double or treble the figure I have given and you get quite ol.vi ously a non-existent sum which 110 nation could conceivably hand over in liiu'd cash through a term of al loted years. '•Germany cannot pay these bil lions in cash. "She could very likely pay be tween .?10.000,000.000 and .?15,000, 000,000 in direct tribute. '•Whence, then, is the rest to., come? "It can only come, and it must come, from lier natural resources." incut women of England upon the new order: I PANKHURST: "The decis ion of the house in granting T.'omen the right to .ait as members was the I logical outcome of getting the vote, but I think the vote is much the'more ['important thing. I shall vote to get |'the right tyrie of men into parliament rather than to get women into •parlia ment. am very anxious that the strength of the women voters—6,000, strong—shall be^,given_ to help combat the very real danger of inter national'Bolshevism." I LADY FRANCES BALFOUR: "The .sooner the nation forgets tho sex of -..s enfranchised citizens, or Urt'mem bers in public work, the hotter for all concerned. Sex must make no difference in t-he binding obligations of those who form that great assem blage, the faithful .commons, th the mother of parliaments." IfARONESS RHONDA (who as a peeress in her own right is expected to claim, as a test case, the right of women to sit InJhe House of^or^s): "I think iris as destrajPe *^hat worn should b#§m the hotfseHf Jprds as Is that dffry should sil^ifr'the commons. The way for women in the lords will be made easier by the admission of women to tho commons." NEW AVENUES OFTRADEOPEN mm Prosperity to Last Years la In Sight, Says Well Known Magnate (N. E. A. Special to the Tribune) Prosperity, not hard times jobs, not unoftrlayment, will come with peace. This is the business Judgment of iMichael Doyle, itriwiricnt of the Iiiter nationul Pulp f'-ompany, of 41 Park How, one of the largest concerns of its kind, "The cexsatfon of the war will af fect principally the jvar industries MAULEY 2% IN/DEVO^ IH COLLARS cwctt, rtfoev 4 co„ mc. TEE STORE WITH OVER 1,000 GARMENTS which are of an abnormal character. Those supplying normal peaceful ac tivities are bound to be prosperous. "With small stocks everywhere, with the enormous demand for the re habilitation of the devastated coun tries of Europe, with the largest amount of cutrent money known in our history, I predict several years of unexampled prosperity for the stable industries of our counti*y. "Increased cost o£ laltor and sup plies, due to war conditions, will be adjusted in a true, harmonious, Amer Scientific Skin Remedy A Compound of Otis tkat Kas Stood the Test. Tjtie Liquid.Wash JOS. BRESLOW OHNSON'S Popular Priced Store Bismarck's Fastest growing: Center CLOSED CAR Thetnere S'i ican spirit, which will not retard our energy or prevent us from making the United States the first nation in the world in a financial, manufacturing and commercial sense "Th^re will, in addition, be many new avenues for trade in all the lead ing countries of ithe world." Trlbunfl Warn A«ip- Brine RpkuUq ^!tIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!i!llll!lllltlllll|||MltilllllllllllllllllIllillll|IItll||||II||t||||f||||lfltlllf^£ Ata riiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiii convenience of the convertible sedan is almost forgotten, now, in the greater practical purpose it is serving. Economical, and easy to drive, it is speed ing the work of men £nd women alike, and keeping them fit it) all weathers It will pay you to visit us and examine this car ''frhe gasoline.consumption is unusually low The tire'mileage is unusually high. Touring Car rind Roadster $l08.f Commercial Car $1085 £edan and Coupe $1650 (All prices f. o. b. Detroit.) M. B. GILMAN CO. S. W. C6RWIN, Mgr. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, ,1918. fA$HtCrt -a AMT NOTICE YEOMEN. •The Brotherhood of American Yeomen will give a grand Vail for members and friend^ Friday, Nov. 22, K. of P. Hall. Members may secure invitation cards' at the following places: Webb Store Lenhart Drug Store Best Clo.1 Co. For further particulars call W. Ft. Elliott State Mgr., 329 R. 11 19 22 We are closing out1 bur 5 Clothing, Fur- entire atpek Overcoats and 'i nishings. 5 Prices way below cost. 5 Going Otit I COLEMAN'S 45 SL STORE: Opposite Hotel McKenzie, Bismarck of Business j', 2, iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiiil)iiiiiiiir I H.