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SEA CRAFT NEXT Less Steel and Labor Required for Ships. PHILADELPHIA, July SP—Th* ship f the future -will be entirely electric welded and of electric power. It will contain about 15 per cent less steel, will take 40 per cent less labor, 25 per cent less time for construction, 2 per cent less power for propulsion, will be cheaper to maintain and will have 5 per cent more capacity. These figures are the result of a long study by research engineers of the Chester Shipbuilding Company, who have prepared plans for a 9,300-ton freighter, single screw, with a speed of eleven knots an hour and a cruising radius. They mean a revolution In shipbuild ing. WHEN A GIRL MARRIES A New Serial of Young Married Life CHAPTER CIII. His h“* flung back, his eyes ablaze, and spots of color showing lurid on his cheeks—my seemed aflame with the far spirit I could never touch, the spirit of flying. That was sacred. It held me silent, awe-struck for a moment. And In the pause Jim went on—bnt now he struck another note—irritably: ‘Tor pity’s sake don’t preach, Anne. Leave that to Virginia. Suppose a fel low does like to take a chance now and then. Taking a chance discovered America, didn’t It? All the big guys— the inventnfs and discoverers —gambled, didn’t they? 1 guess adventure’s in my blood. And now that I can't fly any more, don’t begrudge me the one harm less little outlet I can find." His questions burst about me like bul lets.., I couldn’t fend them ofT. I couldn't reply. When he said “Don't preach like Vlrginta,’’ I realized how deep a hol gambling must have on his nature. Foi it, he could criticize the sister he adored. Because of it he acknowledge that this same sister who adored him, “preached." And there I had the whole sad story. In a panic I ran to Jim and laid my hands on his shoulders while I lifted my eyes to his: '.‘Dear—couldn’t you give it up for my sake? Gambling I mean. We can’t af ford to risk so much. We have to get established in the world. Just that Is exciting enough—a real gamble. You’ve done without the other kind for months— ever since I’ve known you. Can’t yon put it out of your life for always?" Jim caught my wrists in his hands and WHY PAY fcgCWWW&lSllSwaiJ 15% TO 40% MORE? REDUCTION. - MEN AND WOMEN WHO WORK! Your Credit is Good -£ HERE. g^ Any trustworthy person in the entire city is invited to come in here tomorrow and take advantage of r~fMlfir VtF our liberal credit terms. Any man or woman who j— • / n works ran select any article from our most complete i ' Wm stock and arrange to pay for it in small weekly sums. Your credit is good here, so he sure and come in to- * J§ morrow and take advantage of it! MEN’S AND WOMEN’S CLOTHING ON CREDIT There is no sense in paying cash for clothing when you can come in here tomorrow and select from our wonderful assortment and arrange to pay in small weekly sums. A .'.Mnmt Open Saturday iy 2 Squares West ■■■■■■! ft iiw i f NGCQj White Shoe Sale Every pair of White Oxfords in our house reduced again below our former cut price sale. ? Ladies’ White Cloth and Canvas Pumps and Oxfords, high or low heels; former ’prices were riV'f AQ \/S $3.00 to $6.00, reduced to $2.98 and Jp O A\^M Ladies’ Low Shoes in black, tan or patent leathers, high or low heels; former prices were aa a • $6.00 up, now $4.98 and jicTk Nu-Way Shoe Cn^PmF 151 N. Illinois St. Open 4 Doors South of Ohio Street I§lll|P‘ Saturday £mm . Night The hull of tbs ship is to bo electric welded throughout and, therefore, wholly without rivets ip its construction. All plates are abutted without lapping straps or angles and then are welded with a joint which the engineers claim will be 95 per cent as strong as the steel members themselves. This eliminates all overlapping steel in plating, angle irons or rivets. The saving of steel in this design will bo 450 tons. “Owing to the elimination of about 450 tons of useless metal in hull, the initial cost of material will be redneed accordingly. “By the substitution of electric weld ing for riveting a great deal of labor will be saved. “Due to the elimination of loose, leaky rivets, and elimination of air and water pockets in riveted joints where rust may form, and the substituting of smooth, for irregular,, surfaces. tbc By/ANN LISLE. tore my clap from his shoulders. He flung me off—my husband flung me off! ‘Tn tired, I tell yon—and I don’t want to listen to any sermons. What are you complaining about? I won two month’s salary In a minute, didn't I? You aren i the loser —are you? I’m lucky at betting. It’s the only thing I am lucky at.” ’’But, Jim, it’a such a terrible habit”— I began. ‘Habit!” Jim laughed. “Habit noth ing! The thing hasn't got me—you se% that for yourself. If It had I couldn’t put it off for months, the way I do. If I can take a little flyer now and then and clean up a tidy little pile, why should you whimper?” It was brutal and cruel. The Jim who spoke wasn’t my Jim at all. I didn't know how to .answer the tense, eagle like, glltterlng-eyed man who had taken his place. In the second I stood hesitating, the door opened and Neal came whirling in. He wasn’t tired at all; he looked happy and young and vital. Jim turned on Neal with a snarl that held all the venom I had called up. “We got in half an hour ago,” he as claimed. "Where have you been, young fellow?" There waa no anger, no resentment in my quick-tempered young brother's man ner as he replied. Only gentleneas and sweetness. His voice was bushed, full or young happiness: ”1 was with Phoebe," said Neal.— Cepyrigbt, 1920 (To be continued). maintenance costa will he considerably reduced. “The exterior, or wetted surface of the welded hull la smoother than the riveted hull, so that resistance to pro pulsion, fuel consumption and the ca pacity of propelling machinery, will be about 2 per cent less. “Girders that cross each other become continuous and therefore no compensa tion need be allowed for discontinuity. “Water tightness is easily and com pletely attained even in most difficult places. “As much labor and material will be saved, considerable time will be saved In the construction of the hull. "Owing to the saving of space aud lightening of bull with the same ton nage displacement, the dead weight and carrying capacity will be Increased by about 500 tons with a consequent in crease in earning capacity.” SAY "DIAMOND DYES” 6directions “FREEZONE”. I Ait Off Corns! No Pain! Pasmt feus* • Mti Pn> • fMM a as Mhin* earn, toaUnttr that *>ra stops hurting, Own shortly you tin 4 right est with flagsta. Truly! Your druggist arils a tiay bettia of Pits so p for a Csjr msU, sufficient to remove aver fcsro teen, raft sorp, er com between the N*a, end tfta calluses, without re reuses ttMCMSi. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920. Durable — Waterproof—Rotproof— Sanitary \j- ■ \ Technical Seconds of the Nationally Advertised Congoleum Rugs It seems hard to realize, but it’s a fact; we’re selling genuine Congoleum Rugs with border, size 9x12 feet, at $12.98. They are the same as the nationally advertised Congolemn Rug except for slight im- jPwjpjl' perfections in the pattern, which does not in any wav affect the wearing qualities. 1 Nationally advertised price Congoleum Rugs, size. 9x12 feet., $19.00 /■ fjlfji People's Advertised Price $ f AA Congoleum Rugs | £,30 Size 9x12 Feet—Slightly Imperfect IT’S EASY TO PAY THE PEOPLE’S WAY, An Elegant Timepiece at a Moderate Cost | We are offering some exceptional values in high-grade watches, [jet us show you the 19- jewel, 4-posit ion M jir South Rend Oil Watch at.. TrOftV/l/ it combines features usually found only in the highest priced watches. .0® j/s a Week ** IT’S EASY TO PAY THE PEOPLE'B WAY. All Sample Vacuum Cleaners 20% Off Why slave your life away when you can secure a combination cleaner and sweeper at a price like the.se— Regular $6.50 cleaner, now V..5P6.80 Regular $8.95 cleaner, Regular $10.50 cleaner, Regular $12.50 cleaner, IT’S EASY TO PAY THE PEOPLE’S WAY. Bench Wringers Rubber Rollers Warranted 3 Years <SO Would you buy anew * wringer if you discovered a real bargain? Well, here inch rubber rollers, 11 inches long and warranted All metal parts are malleable iron, heavily galvanized to prevent rusting. Come In to morrow and look it over. You’ll be amazed at the value. Special Saturday— IT’S EASY TO PAY THE PEOPLE’S WAY. Store Closes Saturday at €* P. M. / Library Table Special fTOFITTOW) Be ear y tomorrow for these splendid 'T“ ““ *~r p - *" Tn fumed oak library tables at this as- (R|j| [ra founding price Jfljtj M f ./"itSfel] They have magazine racks at each end, veil built and splendidly fin ~ ~~ 1 T3^T~ Special Saturday % *i4-i§ IT’S EASY TO PAY THE PEOPLE’S WAY. Sample Colonial Buffets Match up your dining room outfit with ' one of these sample buffets. Colonial desigfis—golden and famed oak fin- Sh ishes. Sample prices start at— It fl $ 35- m * -C'tSi IT’S EASY TO PAY THE PEOPLES WAY. Great One-Day Clearance . of Sample Beds * Saturday shoppers will be amazed at the [' I ———j great saving they can make on neat, I ' serviceable metal beds. They are full dou w v tFwRs ble size, one-inch posts and propor n I M | tionate fillers. y ./sL M Don’t miss this opportunity. --JjPjP Special Saturday iSTWfoR scf .75 - IT’S EASY TO PAY THE PEOPLE’S WAY. \ A Bargain Phonograph Come in tomorrow while you can still buy dandy, little used phonographs at this special price, and let us demonstrate their . wonderful playing qualities. ~ O’ Phonograph and five dou- tf*<rx fw p* - ble disc records. Spe- *r / *■% L cial Saturday S%J |f|f J? IT’S EASY TO PAY THE PEOPLE’S WAY.