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TIIK OMAHA TU11.V RKK: SATt'llDAY. (VTOHER fi. lfXXi.
The Climax of Bargain Giving in Saturday's Greed Sales. Come Early t I Men's Underwear Greatly Underpriced Specials that mean a (treat Baring to all buyer Saturday. Compare these tallies with thoae ihown elsewhere. You'll find them superior. Men's Shirts ind Dri wers. heaTT fleece lined all sixes. blues or greys, shirts either single or double breasted, worth np to 76c, sal prke, Jt C per garment , t JC Men's Silk Fleeced Shirts and lrawers, "7 C' a fine health garment at I JC Men's Shirts and Urawcrs, lamb's wool, fleece or cotton, back extra heavy quality, worth $1.50. special sale price Saturday, per garment V OC Men's Wool Underwear, in natural grey or camel's hair, worth up to I2.S0 per garment, In three lots, at $1.60, 98c and "c Men's Scarlet All Wool Shirts and Drawers, great values at, per garment 9Mc Men's and Roys' Sweater, In plain and fancy colors, all sites and styles, worth up to $3.00, at 98c, 50c and 2.V Men's nine Flannel Shirt, all sites, double or single breasted, worth up to $2.50, at $1.50 and B8c Men's Grey Flannel Shirts, splendid values, at $2.00, $1.60 and 91.O0 Men's Dress and Negligee Shirts, worth from 75c to $3.00, all finest materials and new fall patterns, cuffs and collars attached or detached, over 500 pattern to select from, greatest stock and best values Sr ever shown, st 98c, 60c and Dv Marvelous Bargains In Shoe Section. 400 pairs Child's spring heel Kangaroo Calf Shoes, $1.25 values, .C.C1. ...UaW JLvery Child should have a Mumming Bird A ir Ship they're given Free nn iJ imIm THE RELIABLE STORE. Humming Bird Air Ships Free to the Children Saturday. Sale of Gustav Lieberman & Co. Stock Continues in this sals at choice. at Ladies' Goodyear welt and hand turned vici kid shoes, $3.50 and $4.00 Aft value, at t.l3 Several hundred pairs Men's Sample 7, 8 and 9s, $4.00 Shoes, -welted (? A soles, at .'. i.D3 We are Omaha agents for the following lines of shoes: For men, Stetson's and Crossett's. For ladies, Queen Quality, Huiskemp's Union Made. Grover's Soft Shoes for Tender Feet. Special Embroidery Sale We are clearing up an immense stock of Factory Strips of . Embroideries and Inserting at Just Half -Regular Prices. 1 T 1 T .-L i rt 1 J ' 10c Embroideries and Insert : ings Saturday at, C per yard . '20c Embroideries and Insert ings, Saturday at, f A per yard " 30c Embroideries and Insert- ings, Baturday at, C per yard UC 50c Corset Cover Embroideries Saturday at, per 25 C Pit -Jrv menls at About Half Their Actual Vatut LadleV Coats, Suits, Waists Skirt and an immense ltne of Children's Coats. Our New York buyer secured a great bargain In this purchase and we offer you the garments at correspondingly low prices. Torcd'eTo' German 18.50 regularly at 14.90 Coats that would sell $20.00 to $25.00, sale price $15.00 and $18.00 Casts, In handsome fancy mixed and plain color mater ials over 200 garments to select from at $!0 6.95 Over 250 Coats from the Lieberman & Co. stock, made to sell at $10.00, choice Elegant Tailor Suits, in finest mater ials, handsomely trimmed, made to sell at $25.00, sala ' f Q Pft price 10. OV Tailor Suits, made to sell for $35.00 and $40.00, all newest styles and materials, Ladies9 Kid and Fabric Gloves TOhatavav vnnr .Inn want, thav ran ha snnnltad In ane husv clOva denart ,-ment. Tha largest, moat up-to-date department of Ka kind la the west (importer's Stock of Kid Gloves, with one, two or three clasps, all stltchings and newest snaaes, tor street or evening wear, worm up 10 it.oo, Lit-. U 'ii la two lots, at 880 and. (Ladles' French Lamb Skin Gloves Black, white and fancy colors, all ; stltchings. $2.00 qualities, J jjq Ladles' 12-Button Length Kid Gloves, black, white and colors, at, 1 C A pair aC.DU Ladles' Glace Kid Gloves, It-button lengths. In black or white, fjg 1.49 Ladles' Suede Gloves, in 8, 12 and 16 button lengths, all sizes and colors. worth op to $3.00, special at Ladles' Long Silk Gloves, 13 and 16- button lengths, in blacks, white and greys, at $2.60, $1.98, $1.50 and 98c Ladles' and Children's Golf Gloves, worth op to $1.00 at lOo, 15 88c, 25c and.. IOC $25 915.0 and S1S.OO Tailor Suits, from the Lieberman A Co. stock, Satur day, at ehofce & Co. Slock $8.00 and $9.00 values Saturday, at 4.95 3.95 6.95 Children's Coats and Dresses 2.95 $6.00 and $7.00 values. Saturday, at $10.00 snd $12.00 values, Saturday, at Ladies9 Winter Undetvear MOST SURPRISING BARGAINS OF THE SEASON Indies' All Wool Vnton Suits, in black: white or grey, $2.50 C( values, special at aV Ladles' fnlnn Suits, In all wool or Vego silk, such makes as Keyer. Sterling, Etc. All Imported Swiss ribbed gsrments sold regularly at $5, In four lot at S2.P S2.30, 9I.OS 150 LadleV Vninn Suits, fleece lined, worth up to $2. special sale prices, 98v, 7.V-. Ladies' Wool Vest and rants worth up to $150, sale prices, Saturday, 8c 75 and JC Ladies' Scarlet all wool Underwear, greatly under priced, at, per AA garment l.UU ladies' Flet'ced Vests and rants, heavy qualities, special sale price fiOc, 30c "JC and kC Ladies' Outing Flannel Gowns, very special values Saturday, at DSc, 7.V 50c Children's Vests and Pants, heavy fleeced, In gray or white, great bargain IP. at ZJC Children's Union Suits In good winter (JA weights, Saturday, at DUC The Average Woman JW.OO Bear Skin Coats, all colors, choice $1.50 and $2.00 Dresses, newest styles, choice. . $4.00 and $5.00 Dresses, all sizes, at 98c 1.95 I Wlio expects to pay from $4 to $6 for a liat will find the most pleasing selection here. Our hats at these prices are Lndies' Silk Waists, from the Llcber. man & Co. Stock made to sell at $6.00 to $10.00 on sale Saturday in two great lots at choice $4.98 and $10 Crown Jewel Suits 2.98 $25 Have met with enthusiastic reception among discriminating buyers. All the style, beauty and quality excellence of a $3o.00 to $40.00 gar ment is found In these magnificent suits, at. . . 7 See our Magnificent Display of These Suits. HAVE VOTJ VISITED OUR FUR DEPARTMKXT? The complete ness of our showing will be a surprise to those who have not. Everything from the most modestly priced little neck piece to the most elegant Seal Skin garments are shown, and this year's prices are more than ever pleasing. A great stock of Sample Furs will be placed on sale Haturday at about half usual prices. made of good materials and Hosiery Bargain Surprises Qualities that will please at prices that will move the goods quickly. A great mil stock purchase enables us to make these prices: Ladles' SOo Lisle Hose, In plain or fancy colors. Saturday, at, pair 2 Ladles' Cashmere Hose, In black or natural grey, values up to 75c, In three lots, at, pair, 39c, 85c and. .. . 12te Ladles' Fall Fashioned Cotton Hose heavy fleece lined, in 3 lots, at 89c,, 25c and 12He Many of them worth double these prices. Children's 20c Ribbed Hose, good heavy quality, sale price Saturday, pair. . .12 Ho 15c Quality Ladles' and Child ren's Hose, medium weight, special Saturday, pair .... 10c A complete line of all best makes at $5.00 down to. CORSETS $1 The model here Illustrated, Thorn son's Glove Fitting, comes in fine drab or white coutll, full gored, hose supporters side and front. Price. , $1 Nemo Self-Reducing Corsets, wear guaranteed for six PA months. Price ....... .g.sU $2.00 Silk Ribbon Girdles In pink, blue or white, Satur- J)Qf 75c Corsets in drab or white, also Girdles with hose supporters attached. Special Saturday, at ...... 49c titr OMSON'S VE-FITT1NG- riADi i-nlr CORSETS Tremendous Sacrifice Sale of Sheet Music Ml Popular Hits at 121c Mall orders promptly (Iliad. Add one cent In postage In ordering by mall. TbOAX "Dear Old Dixie" Soldier sons, "Sines Nellie Went.- ay," "Somsona JyOOKa Uood to Boraeona", "Good Old W. 8. A.", "If a Olrl L.Ik Yf Boy Llka Ma", "Anxious", "Homewhsre", "Holding Hands". "Not Because I. - Curly . vny von ion i ry , Ajaeyenne "in uear Via ueorgia , wneu ttlo Ara Bin&lns", "WaltJns at the Church". I STtmXMTafc -Evening bur" 7lfdS reverie. "Rose Leaves". "Southern Dream Rubles and Pearls" new, "Melody at Twilight" IB WalLe.", 'A.a", "Lords and Ladles' new. "HaDpy Heine." two-step. Atl. ITAVDAKD CI.ABSXCAX, WX78IO AT IKO OOFT Any eleven copies for 2Bc "Komance In Love." "Melody In F." "Flower Hons," "La Borella," "Last Hope," "l oves Dreamland Walts", Flatterer', "Evening 6tar", "BeauUful Blue Danube Walts." "Dorothy," "Thine Own." "Sextet Lucia," OCAb -Complete words and music, handsome title pajres "Calvary" keys, raoodbje", "Loet Chord", "Love's Old Sweet Bong", "Palms", "Angel's Senenadu", ''One Bweetly Solemn Thought," "Toreador Song." "O Thou Sublime Sweet Kvenlng f tar", "My Old Kentucky Home", "Then You'll Remember Ms", "Jerusalem". "Flower Song , and hundred of others to select frem. Hayden'sthe Great Universal Providers of Everything Omaha's Greatest Grocery Department. Prices Always the Lowest, Goods the Freshest, Quality the Highest 1Mb. sacks best white or yellow corn- meal 12c I lbs. best rolled breakfast oatmeal.... ZSc 7 lbs. best hand picked navy beans.... ?6o 19 bars best brands laundry soap 26c 1-b. can Campbell's soups ......... .7 Vio Vt-lb. can breakfast coooa, Walter Baker's Jrto tt-lb. eaks chocolate, Walter Baker's., 20c Lea Perrln's sauce, per bottle 23c Darkee's salad dressing, per bottle 20c Cresse & Blackwell's jams, per Jar... 20o 2-lb. can fancy sweet sugar corn Cc 1-lb. can fancy wax or string beans.. (He Bromangelon or Jello, per package.... 7Uc Fancy sweet gherkin plrkles, per qt.. l&c Fancy sweet mixed pickles, per qt.. l&c loo 10c 6c o l&o 2V4 Fancy chow chow plrkles, per quart. Fancy small sour pickles, per quart.. The ben soda crackers, per lb The best oyster crackers, per lb 4 packages t'needa biscuits Potted meats, per cyn TEA AND COFFEE SPECIALS. Fancy basket fired Japan tea. worth 40c per lb., this sale 26c Fancy sun dried Japan tea. worth 40c per lb., this sale sac Fancy Oolong, Gunpowder, English Rreakfast or Ceylon, worth 60c per lb., this sale jjo Fancy tea sittings, worth 20c, this sale, per lb uo Fancy Santos coffee.- worth 20c, this ' sale per lb i5C Fancy Marlcatbo Coffee, worth 25c lb., this sale per lh inz. -i'aney Porto Rico blend, worth is'e'ib.. mis sale per lb 20c Fancy Mocha and Java special, worth Joe lb., this sale per lb , 25c BUTTER AND CHEESE SALE. Fancy separator creamery butter. worth SOo lb., this sale per lb Fancy full cream cheese, worth 18c lb' this sale per lb Fancy New york white cheese, worth ic id., mis sale per lb 15- Fancy brick or- Hmburger, worth isc lb., this sala per lb 12kc planned with the sume discrim inating care and taste displayed in our more expensive models. jne L,arge testa iiiley and Small Sybol Shape trimmed whh velvets, qullH, Wings, satin ribbons and hliee rosottpa tnr.thAr lfh manv au aa other popular models, underpriced Sat- ''I s-r 3.50 urday, at. A MKAl TlFtX LINK OF TRIMMED HATS On special sale Satur urday at choice You'll find our new Millinery Department thfl mnat rAmnl.l. In tha nltv. Our prices, too, you'll find unusually attractive. Let us show you. Special Ribbon Sale The greatest bargains in new,' fancy and plain Ribbons ever offered. Extra wide Black Ribbons at Iffc, 15c, 12tc and lOc per yard. Extra wide White Ribbons at 25c, 10c, 15c and 12Hc per yard. New Fancy Ribbons, in plaids and stripes, 85c, 25c and lc per yard. 50c Hand Bags at 25c. New Neckwear Special Saturday 5c, 7$c, 10c, Ladies' price for 15c and 25c. New Plaid Belts, regular 60c yalues, Saturday 25c. SOc Pad Hose Supporters Saturday at 23c. - - 91.00 Automobile Veils at SOc. 35c Silk Veilings at 12 He yard. Splendid Hat Bargains 1.00 Men's Sample Hats in great assort ment of stylish blocks, over 00 dozen in the lot, will be placed on sale Saturday at Half and Less Real Value. 50c All $1.00 qualities will be sold at, choice. . . . Complete line of John B. Stet son Hats, all blocks, (JQ 25c l-'Hc mm .ael X rui DARK RECORD OF LYNCHING year nssusi Beperte ta Twsaty Fla Tsars Mast at Vic . tlaas Htgreti. Four thousand persons hsye been put to death without warrant ot law in the Vnlted States In the last twsnty-Ova years. Nlaety-flvs per cent ot them wers tiegroes charged with assaults on whit women. The methods of execution com- prised hanging, shooting. Dogging, ourn lng at ths stake and flaying. In one in stanes, In Arkansas, the victim's arms and legs wsrs twisted from their sockets. As a rule, the more atrocious the crime the more atrocious the punishment. Before the wholesale lynching of negroes In Atlsnta on Saturday Louisiana and Ala bama held the lynching record. But Georgia now goes to ths head with some thing like nftjr-nve victims. Tturnlnc at the stake has been almost aa frequent aa hangings aad mora tru ant than shooting. The example was set by ths people of Paris, Tex., in Feb ruary. 1691, when Henry smitn, a negro farmhand, was burned alive after he had been tortured with red hot Irons. His feet wers seared nrst, ana men tne up per part of his body. His tongue was burned out. and the Irons, partly cooled, were then tbrust Into bis eyes. Then he was slowly roasted to death on a pins platform saturated with kerosene. Ths games war stifled from time to time with buckets of water, so that his agony snlgbt be prolonged. Smith bad assaulted a.nd murdered Myrtle Vance, 4 years old. a eonfsssioa no toio now me cnua ad pleaded with him for mercy, and when nearly ono, in sirussieq m knees and prayed. 8 aula Srst (tran a?lad bar ana mra nvuiun iu iway and eoverad It with leaves. Smith wag captured three days after ward. Tba Irons wjin wnicn n w burned wera held by Henry Vance, the ffathar Of tla Uiuo S'". n ner orouier, while her saothir looked on from a ear- riut ten feet away. The neat negro to b burned at the take was John Hopkoe, at Cress, Miss., In .a.-,ai-r. U4. Ho assaulted a farmer's IV . .ng aha died next day of ber In Juries, but not- before she had IdentlAed ber assailant. Early ta Way. Silo, -8aas- Kehels, watts' Jn V bad ; Fbow, hT k Crowley and John Brooks, negroes, as saulted aad murajred Hiss Mamie Arm strong, a white girl. In Lafayette county, Florida. They kept her In the woods for two days before killing her. She was shockingly mutilated. Her throe assail ants were tied to trees aad the skin stripped from their bodies with sharp knives, after which pine fagots were plied around them and fired. Following this cams another burning at the stake In Texas, within twenty miles of Tyler, where th murderer of Myrtle Vance had been burned. Mrs. Leonard Sell, aged II, and about to' become a mother, was at tacked by Henry Milliard, a negro. Her husband was In the field picking cotton $2.50 qualities will go at, choice $1.50 and $2.00 grades will go at, your ..... P choice A bargain opportunity unmatchable in the west. PURE FOOD LAW EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, 190$ Ko change la our Smoked Brands at OMASA'S MOBTXT BATCsTO MEAT SZFT. Bam bramls, rame aomln, absolutely pure, always up to every requirement. How do these prices for Saturday please youT Spring Chickens, strictly fresh, lb 18o Vebraska City racking Co, Pure Goods none dipped. Just old style smoked. Hams, none better, lb 14a California Hams, lb SHc Bacon, lb 10 Lard, lb , . . .lac Boiling Beef, lb. IVc Veal Roast, lb Veal Htew, lb Pot Roast, lb Oood Steak, lb Porterhouse Steak, lb. Klrloln Hteak. lb All kinds Sausage, lb. . .Vo .. .So. .He .o ,.10e . . .10 Ho to a flaming heap of sand waves, which sre marching steadily I m.i,Bi . .nsumed. He had con-1 and shoaling the waters of the sounds. "h " ng and murdering Ida j At Nag's Head a large hotel, constituting I ,1 , conviction of ths lynchers, but nothing ever earns of It. In February of the same year, 1101, Oeerge Ward, a negro, was banged la Terra Haute, Ind., by lynchers, and be fore life was extinct his body was low. ered and cast into brushwood and consu teased to assault! Flnkelstein. He first cut her throat, but not deeply enough to kill, and as she -fled he shot her In the back. Despite these wounds she stsggered to a farmer's house and named her assailant before falling dead. 4 A stats convention was called to meet In Atlanta to consider the. question of lynching a few weeks after "Sara" Ho had been put to death, but the movement came to nothing so far as denunciation which It has passed, undermining houses, laying bar the roots of trees and exposing the bones of the dead in the cemeteries. Diurnal winds from the sea have piled the sands into' small, wandering dunes snd hillocks, and even sometimes Into be used snd the rspidlty of explosion of easily to retain without drip or overflow, such explosives is very much greater than j Kipseiguhr, fully charged with nltiogly- withlh SOO yards of a cores In which the crime was committed. She had been sur-l auu mirpunnfa woiie picsmg i or the practice was concerned. The ma berries. Her head was cut off and bar ' Jorlty of the delegates were rather .n body ripped and mutilated after the manner , favor of lynching than opposed to it- This 1 Binkn. "The boiler's sprung a leak, the fire ' gone out, no firewood, the coal gone, pump won't pump a drop, soot In the coffee, eat's ' lapped all the milk,, baby's got a pain,' the twins to drees for school, music teacher coming to give Emmellne her lesson and the washerwoman will soon be here, "I should be at the station this moment to meet mother, have Just an notir left to got ready before I'm due to deliver my lec- that of gunpowder. The basis of all high I cerin. so that the lluuld leuks out of the explosives Is a chemical combination of cer- J compound. Is as dangerous us the unab taln nitrogenous substances. Nitrogen Is , aorbed liquid, because when fully charged an inert element and therefore does notlih.ii nnru flrm rrip ot the nubtancea with Bon and the full dansor of nn incomprsi unlted and such mibstances nve bl. unstable Ihiuld may t developed by the a solid obstruction, soon had a sand wave , ;Z'Z.ZiZ."". ... . . 1 most ,r,vluI cau"- 10 l'oro"e- lnoun "ol" bullt up a short distance in its rear, until . , ' 1 """-,ve '"'.Wily has been attained, the dangerous in- the level of its roof was reached, when ",, "",uce mosuince wnicn. Btahillty has been so far overcome that only. ,ura before the Good Housekeepers1 club ths wave moved forward snd engulfed i wh"8 romlbJ' 't0'0 umer certain ordl- by Ignition can it again be brought Into ac- on the ,ubject of 'How to Run aKltchen; ths hotel. In tho Immediate neighborhood , nary ,n1'llon, be put Into a conrtlton tlon. We may thus follow the manufacture yfSi it-, a nC time for a pleasant thought two cottages suffered a similar fate. Here j of ,u:h ece"lve Instability that it will de-, hia article as one of tho safest and best J to g, through a woman's mind the land gained on the sound S30 feet j , compose Instantaneously. I known propellant explosives, for cordite 1st ,.y aiwas would let small things is ten years. ! Tnl instaneous decomposition Is ex-f need only as an ammunition. CssM.t's . uro Vou " .. .... i nlosion and it is brought about lih hili I I ' un tne nortnern end ot Hatteras l.iand " B,.. hv ,Ba, , H.. ' ' "You get out of this kitchen at once. Th. a nsning village had neen similarly burlod, l ' " , ' . i worm while the aanrf had antir.lv ero.aert tha I charge that is exploded In the middle of thai If you want to sell lyl e..utc tUlckly 1 worJn ialund t uv.,,1 r.i.e. nn.-, h f th. r.n. I charge of high explosives and thereby glvee I idvertls? in The Bee Want Ad columns. ot "Jack tho Ripper." HUllard. after cap ture, mads a full confession, and said ho . deserved death. Hs was burned la ths presence of 1,001 people in the publlo square In Tyler. Governor Culberson cen sured tho sheriff severely for permitting the prisoner to bo taken from bis cus tody. ' ' Up to 1191 tho commonest form of lynching was by hanging. In that year iZS men wers lynched 200 in ths south and thirty-five In the north and west. Of ths !S5, sixteen wers whites, who wers shot to death for crimes ranging from horse stealing to murder. In 1114 there wers 111 lynchings, sev enty of them by fire. Ths lynchings averaged about 160 a year until 1901, when they dropped to US, but In 1101 mors negroes were burned at ths stake for assaulting wbtts women than In any year slnoo IMS. The example set In the south extended to tho southwest. Kansas had a record of seventeen lynchings. all by hanging, but In January. 1101, Fred Alexander, a young negro, was bound la chains for an attempted assault on Miss Eva Hay Roth. He was also suspected of the murder of Hiss Pearl Forbes. Alexander protest-id Innoeeaoo of both crimes, but hs was not believed. His bands were shackled by the father of the Forbes girl and the mother of Miss Roth, and was given to tba flames. Governor Stanley denounced tho sheriff of Leavenworth county la un measured terms and offered a reward fwi was Illustrated In the summer of 1104 at Stateaboro. Gs. Two negroes charged with murder bad been placed under the protection of the state militia, but the mllltla offered no real resistance when a mob descended upon the prisoners, who were tied to gether and burned alive by a ragb of 1,000 cltlsens. The officers were court-martialed, and Captain Hitch, who was in command, was dismissed, and Lieutenant Kell was suspended for a year. The others were censured. . aeorgia averaged about twenty-six lynchings a year from 101 up to the present year, ths majority being by bang ing or shooting. New York World. QUEER WORK OF THE WINDS Caese af Movlag Saad Danes that arjr Villages i Shaal The prevailing winds from a liule west of south have rippled the heterogenous ssnds on Hatteras, Just south of the cape, on Shackelford, at Its southwest extrem ity, and on the southwest side of Smith's island. These wind ripples, started In isugh a shock to the chemical molecular Just after the civil war by the cutting "'ructure of the high explosive that the ot trees next the shore for si timbers, 'tent Instability la Invoked snd explosion and the section Is still known as the detonator for this purpose us Great Woods, though not a stick of tin- ual,J' "onslsts of a shell containing a com ber stands upon It today. Psmllco sound iPund known as fulmlnsto of mercury, with for two miles from the Hatteras shore Is ' which Is sometimes mixed a chlorate, snd growing steadily shallower from the de- j detonator must be of such slie snd power posit of blown sand. to be capable o bringing about this con- On Smith's island a pilots' village has ' dition of molecular .Instability throughout been buried beneath ths sand wave, for I the whole of the charge to be fired, other, a number of years, but this has bsjen j wise a portion of the charge may not be quite recently resurrected, and Its houses .destroyed and may remain a subsequent are sgain occupied. On Currituck, below I danger In a mine or elsewhere. CarTey's Inlet life saving station, tho sand ' A safe and characterlutlc high explosive ha advaqced entirely across tho land, j of the propulsive order Is the cordite which i 111 turn.1 Pleasant Thottahta. "Now, then, my dear, said Mr. Blnki, us he placed the camera In position "compose yourself and let a pleasant thought paus through the mind." "Nice time to expect a woman to have pleasant thoughts, Isn't It?" exclaimed Mrs. "But you are not a worm, are you?" Mrs. Binks raiked the broom and made a dash at Blnks. Click, presto! And It was done. And the next day, when he showed her the result of his amateur photograph. Ing, Binks was only Just In Urns to escape a rolling pin snd a flat Iron as be passed hurriedly through the doorway. Stray Stories. and one man, moving before the advancing sand." has at last built his house en piles In the sand. Nations! Geographic Mags sine. MAKING HIGH EXPLOSIVES Cavdlto aad Sltraalyeerla Capable f petagr Decomposed la stantlr High ex plosives, properly so-called, are these which will not explode except under special conditions. Ordinary black powder gives) out Its explosive property If Ignited sands exposed by the removal of a strip I by a match or a spark. An explosion ro of forest next the shore, have grown In i!so to great sand waves, which are ad vancing on forests, fields snd homes. As hs sand wave has advaoc4 It has taken , p several feet of ths .loose - sail ever suits because black powder Is an Intimate mechanical mixture of certain combustibles which burn with great rapidity and produce enormous pressures. But to obtain full ef fect from high explosives a detonator must V V is used In firearms of all izes. Cordite con slsta of guncotton, nitroglycerin and min eral Jelly, suitably Incorporated by aid of a solvent acetone, which Is dried out of the mixture and leaves finished cordite as a horny, tougb substance, reterabling cellu loid In appearance. Naturally In the pro duction of an explosive- the dangerous pro cesses must be minimised and cleanliness, accuracy and great care are required. DRIVES OUT o RHEUMATISM The, aches and pains of Rheumatism ate only symptom! which may be 8catteretl or relieved with liniments, plasters, blisters, etc., or quieted with opiates. As Boon as the treatment is left off, however, or thert is any exposure to dampness, or aa attack of indigestion, the nagging pains, sore muscles and tender places o the flesh return, and the sufferer finds that bt has merely checked the symptoms, while the real cause remains in the system. T ll f .1 tl C. f R nl at ioi, i a a ts nriil , a. ,1 !f 1... .V V.a 1 . 1 L. indigestion, cbrouic constipation, weak Kidnevs. and a general slns-pish Tho nitroglycerin used in cordits is a sub-1 condition of the svstem. Waste matter collects in the system each da stance mads by acting upon glycerin which, wi,icn nature intends shall be carried off, but when it is left because of a ha. been itaM w absorb a quantity of, rtuggith condition of the system it sours and forms uric and other acids. fSSttt XZSSSJi b.;H These are taken up by the blood and carried to all part, of the bodyto prSuce admixture of other materials. ' he pa.lnS and acbe8 of Rhcumatlsn. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism by going Thus dynamite is merely kieMigubr. or d.ow i"1 blood and driving 6ut the cause and making this life Stream diatomaceous earth, calcined and elean, r'c anc healthy. When the blood has been purified and built up by which has been allowed to absorb a quan- S. S. S. the. pains and aches pass away, the muscles become soft and elastic, tity ot nitroglycerin. Tho quantity sb- and Rheumatism is driven from the system. Book on Rheumatism and medical. sorbed must always bo less than ths capll- j advice free. laxity oi iu uiaivma enaoung inem THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAs