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THE DAILY MH2E PRESS @g VICfTOR RO\JS3ICA\7 END OF YEARS Used 'Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Recovered. ""HeTbnnd the stores which had been teft by the oil-ship, but • there was no •Igu of any" airplane. However,-since MecBeard did not know that one was to have been sent, he did not expect to find one. Stocking a cave with provisions, he nade himself at home there, and at Mice set out to investigate. the presence of Maslennan's monsters; • • . ', CHAPTER VIII. (ii<Jtt Donald's Diving.Party. Donald took a match from his silver box and struck it ,The.,water had not penetrated—it-.burst 1 into flame. ' He 'looked at his watch and saw that it wasjhalf past eight. K . "It must be growing daylight above," he said, to payles. . "I. am. sure.. that the beasts are gone. I think Til go np and see whether I can start th l e engines." '••• '.•••:", "Let me go, sir." said the middy. "Yon will remain here in charge," «aid Donald. "Give me your back, Clouts!" Hoisting himself upon the shoulders of the sailor, Donald clambered up the pipe and reached the passage above. There was a stench of fishy bodies, but he was certain that the monsters were gone. 1 H6 ascended the ladder into the conning tower and threw )o£E the. hatch. Instantly a gust of fresh air, driving tn, made him reel dizzily. He realized , . that he had been breathing the depleted, vitiated atmosphere of the torpedo room all night. •' He waited till he had recovered; then he unfastened the door and clambered ont upon the deck, which Iny almost level with the surface of the ocean. " ' '.. He found that the F55 was atrand- «d npon a shelving beach that extended from the Fair island rocks. The Wde was rising, and they would soon he afloat. An immense elation filled Jiis heart as he realized that the horrors of the night were past. , - From the electric engines he went to the petrol motors. These appeared to be in good order. The oil fuel was low, but there seemed to be a sufficiency to take the F55- to Lerwlck without the necessity of. delaying in order to. search for a deposit on the Island. The run would be of a few hours only, and Donald was anxious not to delay. Davies and he and Clouts could manage the boat during the brief journey, and there would be DO need of the electric engines, since no danger was apprehended .which might necessitate their submerging. During his journey about the boat ha convinced himself that the sailors -had been dragged overboard. This was more merciful for the survivors. There "was not a trace of any of the seven ivho bad died. Donald went back to the torpedo -room escape' hatch. "You can all come up," he called. "The coast's clear and the sun is shin- tag." • The people below needed no second Invitation. One by one they came «crambllng out—Clouts and Davies helping Ida between them. She seemed bewildered by the day, and advanced unsteadily toward" Donald^ .., "Wftat was it, dear?" she asked: -'I fl^n't .know whether I,have been delirious since my rescue, .but I thought the'"mbst 'dreadful 'thing had happened; Tell me truly, Donald 1" "It is not necessary, dear," he answered. "We shall be in Lerwlck this afternoon,"and you .need never think - mbout. yesterday all your life." "You need not tell ine, of course," *he answered. "But I thought some «ea-b.easts,. something unknown before, something half human,* attacked.us In the boat, and afterward' 'the sailors here." She saw by his face that she had guessed correctly. "And Invisible, Donald?" "Transparent, dear. Nothing that we cannot cope with, now that we have-taken- measure's-against surprise. And they.-have gone now." "I am not afraid of them if you »re with me, Donald," she answered, stepping out bravely beside him. Donald turned to the middy. "Dnvies," he said, "I am going to try to make the run to Lerwick at once. I think that it will be best for Miss Kennedy to remain in the conning, tower, where she will be safest. Clouts will run the engines, and you will take np your post at the diving station to look after the vertical rud- Sers. We are awash now, and shall have to rise a little more." • "Aye, aye, sir!" said Clouts, hurry- Ing off toward the petrol .engines. "Do you know, Davies," said Donald as they remained together lor a minute or two, "I have a theory about those beasts." "What, sir?" inquired the middy. "Well, I remember that yesterday "they seemed to attack us more SRV- •gely when the sun went down, or at least when the fog made the air ob gcure. And last night there was > moon. It occurs to me that possiblj they can't bear light. Of, course thai; >e natural, and they left Hi- , "aDom me time tne mron-ToSe. So Ti j . they are nocturnal in their habits thai [ .would account for our Immunity now; ; If I am right, we are learning tlieii ..limitations fast." .,' "You're right, sir," replied the middj jWith conviction. "Only—" • "We'll -have some Information tc carry back! then,. "Envies/ besides,, j scare. And it looks as if humanitj .won't have to fight so very hard tc save itself. I beg your pardon—yov. were- going to say" something?"--' • "I was thinking, sir, that thej seemed to go when the whistle blew." ; "What whistle, Davies?" . , "That'pne note .that sounded lik&-^] can't remember ; what it was like, but 1 know I've heard- a' sound like that before, only much softer." ing. ; "Well, get to your post, Davies, Raise her a trifle, then lock the rudder and come. Into the conning towei to 1 take-care'.of,Miss, Kennedy." He returned to the girl.- "Miss Kennedy,I don't .think you have met Lieutennnj Davies," he'said formally. "Now, Davies, I'll go and help Clouts with the engines.. Don't be alarmed to be alone j for a minute or two, v lda." j The middy saluted, and went to hisj post at the diving'station. Already] the F55 was throbbing with the vibration of the engines, and the sound wag the most grateful that their ears could hnve imagined. "Don't open the doors," said Donald, kissing Ida hastily. Newark, N. J. —"The doctor said. I bad an organic trouble and treated me i for several weeks. At times I could not walk at all; and I suffered with my I back and limbs so f 1 often had to stay in J bed. I suffered off [land on for eight 1 year a. ''Finally I heard that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound was a good medicine and tried.it with- splen-' I~'can now do- my 1 housework and my washing. I have recbm- raended your Vegetable Compound and your Blood Medicine and three of my friends are taking them to 1 'advantage. Yon can use iny 1 name for a testiniomali-'.'. —Mrs. THERESA CovENTRY.:75 Burnett St., Newark, N. J. ; Ton are in-rited to write for free advice No other medicine has been so successful in'relieving woman's suffering- as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women may receive.free and helpful advice by'writing the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Such letters are received and answered bj- women only and held in strict confidence. IRISH MEASURE FAVORS SOUTH? British Government Makes Public •i Text of Home Rule Bill. : , CHECK ON RELIGIOUS INTRIGUE NOTICE OF REPUBLICAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Township Republican Primary Election will be held at the City. Hall in He was off and the girl remained the City of Carbondale, Illinois, like a steel prison. She felt the floor < P urDOSe of nominatmg candidates quivering, and then it began to dip. | on tne Republican ticket for'the fol- The sea splashed the observation port. I lowing offices to be voted on. at the Quickly the green translucency that j regular annual election o£ Carbondale followed gave place to darkness. Ida Township to be held on the 6th day slipped on the tipping floor. Donald ran in; she heard him calling to her through the darkness, and felt Ms arms grope for her. "It's all right, dear," he said hastily. "Davies has probably got tangled up with the diving rudders. It's a bit stiff for him to handle alone. It doesn't mean anything particular—" But Ida could read the fear in his voice, and she knew that it meant everything. The diving apparatus had, In fact, jammed when the F5S grounded upon the bench, and the rudder had j become twisted. Under Dnvies' hands I if hncl been rolensed. and. hnd worked of April A. D. 1920. 1. Assistant Supervisor.- Highway Commission. Assessor. Town Clerk. School Trustee. Pound Master. The polls will open at 1 o'clock p. p. m. and will remain open until 6 p. m. o£. said day. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. Measure Follows Closely the Outline Given the House by Premier Lloyd. George In December—Two Parliaments Would Be S:t Up: London, Feb. 28.:—The government made public the text, of Its Irish home rule bin mtroduced in the house'of commons on Wednesday and passed through Its first.reading by title. ' The measure follows closely'the outline. glven ; 'to the house by : PremJer Lloyd George in ^December/ last. By Its. provisions two parliaments would be set.;.updone for.the,•• north of Ireland-and the .other; for the south of Irelan.d. the /northern parliament .to consist' : of 52 merh.bers'arid the southern of 128 members. 'The representations in the imperial parliament-would : be" 12 for, north-Ireland -anil 30 for south Ireland, necessitating. ..the .r.eapportionment" of Ire-" land, .which is provided for In .the.bill. The northern area \yould be. composed of the counties of '.An trim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry and' Tyrone and the boroughs of Belfast and Londonderry. A "council for TrplHml," composed of 40 members, "half of whom would be solected'by each of the pm-Ilaments, is also provided for in the bill. The legislative 'powers of the new coun'cil would he only those granted it by the two legislatures, but the frtimers of the bill hope it will "form a nucleus around which would be built one. p.'irli- ament for the whole of Ireland. Almost unlimited executive, legislative and judicial powers are provided for such- a .united parliament, but the powers-to be conferred on the separate parliaments would be con- •^iderably curtailed. Legislatures Create Parliament. Responsibility for organizing the united parliament 1 'and the power to create it is left entirely with the two legislatures. The bill provides that the united parliament, if formed, would control the customs and excise. At the outset, according to th* Kill, the parliament would have full control of -education, local government and TAX SALE NOTICE State of -Illinois; Jackson :County, ss. 1 j (I,-:H;-A.- : Hagler,' Gpuaty Clerk, :in and for the County:.and State afore: said, DO > HEREBY CERTIFY . That Albert Twisdale-did on-the, t days here- -inafter .set; forth' betweeni.the. hours of 9 o'clock a: m. and 4 o'clock p. m., (of the respective days, Purchase at public auction-at the Court' House, in- Murphysboiip;? !in said County, the (Lands and- Town Lobs below described, situat'ed in the'said'Cbuiity of "Jackson, for the taxes, special, assessments,' in- 'terest, and costs due thereon, for the year A..' D/Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen' .(and prior years it any)' and .paid- as •purchase money, on each tract ,or; lot .the: total .amount of. taxes, special assessments,- interest and coats thereon 'as srtited' h<Jrem opppsite'the description of each tract or lot. '' ; Date' of' Sale-^une-'lO, 1918. Descriptions-City or .village of Pomona, .E% section 2, town 10, ranges, 322 acres..,, ;;_ ,.„.,. At anytime atyer' the expiration of two years after the date of this sale ihe LV a'bove ila'med'purchaser,-.his- heirs or-.assigns; will-, upon application and compliance with the provisions of. law pertaining, thereto/ 'be.' entitled to a .'deed" b'{ "conveyance for. any' real estate' herein described which shall have not been,redeemed; . Provided;, that unless . the holder, of this .certificate shall ,take.out said deed as entitled by j-law, and file the same f or" record with- i in 'one year' from' and' after the time for-exemption 1 expires, the said certifi- cate'or deed' and 1 , the-sale-upon which it .Is based,, shall, from and after the expiration. bit. such one year be absolutely null." ~. : . , " 'IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have unto set my. hand and affixed my of^ ficial seal.. ; .l)one .at my office in Murphysboro, this l^th day of June A. D. Nineteen Hundred "and -Eighteen.- . RECEIVED,-THIS 10th day of June A. D. 191S, of Al Twisdale, the sum of Twenty- six Dollars and 1G Cents, the amount o£- purchase- money on the above tract or lot of-land. a '. ' . J. H. Boos, County Collector,^Jackson County, Illinois. ... - Assessed in the name of James P. Jack. bridges, transportation, .old age pen- in the wrong direction. With her bow pointing downward I nt an angle of SO degrees. The F53 s:mk until her nose dug into the ooze 300 feet beneath the surface, into the cup-shaped crater of the submarine peak. Then, slowly settling under the weight of the water, the stern followed, and the little craft remained i submerged on the seabed. Darkness j eardrums throb under the pressure. [ At the first indication of djmger Attest: .isions. insurance, municipal affnirs, - Judges—.Solomon Crawshaw, E. J. housing, hospitals and licenses. All Ingersoll, J. J.. Arnold. - . . | the judicial offices would be controlled Clerks—Addie M. Browne, Catherine ' by the'Irish parliaments, each body Brubaker. . j controlling Hie o/licers in its own dis- A meeting o£ all Republicans ot trict - but there w °"'d be a court of ap- Carbondale Township is called for 2' P eal for the whole of Ireland ' P resia " o'clock p. m. at the.polling place for aver by the lord chancellor. What the government considers one the purpose of electing a Republican of the chlef safe!;u(ir( j s in dralting a , e Township Committee to serve for the--p 0 wers of the parliament is a provi- eusuing year. I sion -specifically prohibiting either Done at Carbondale, Illinois, this body from establishing any pnrticn- the ISth day o{ January "A. D. 1920. ; lar religious creed or penalizing nny- By order of the Republican Town-1 one for belonging to or not belonging 1 to an£ religious denomination. Other powers reserved to the 1m- ship Committee. A. L. Spiller, Chairman-. TAX SALE NOTICE Clouts had contrived to shut off the T - B - F. Smith, Secretary, petrol engines. That alone prevented an explosion when the sea rushed j through the oft escape hatch;' Fortunately, the after part of the ship remained above the surface for a few moments after the bow went - a . t „ under, and only a .couple of sweeping i bcate ol mmois . Jackson County, ss. eeas came in. Short as the period of I __J ,_:.-^ H f gler> Count y Clerk, in respite 'was, it enabled Donald and Clouts to grasp the hatch and replace it. They fought In a'deluge of water that swept them from their feet and flashed them, half stunned, against the" I pet-ial parliament embrace the crown, pence and war, foreign nffairs, army and' navy, coinage, defense, treason, trade" outside Ireland, post office, navigation, including merchant- shipping, wireless and cables, collection of ih- | come and excess profit taxes and cus- i toms.'and excises. i The two parliaments would be given the Immediate right to collect certain taxes, including death duties, State afore- stamp taxes, entertainment taxes, H- CERTIFY : : That cense fees and such others of a similar nature which the legislatures might deVise. It is. stipulated, "that Ireland the respective days, "purchase"at contribute tor ^° y enrs *o the. sup- , . injte'r set forth between the d ! of 9 o'clock am and 4 o°clock ' ~ ™ , walls of -the engine-room. • Bnt they • public auction at the Court House in port of tne enl P ire 9 n the "basis Of/19i9- got the hatch- into place. Murphysboro, in said- County; the 1920 ' wl "ch figures about 18,000,000 Clouts came in, and presently Da- Lands and Town Lots below described, Pounds annually. Of this IS.OOOJOOO vies joined them. He began to stam- : situated in the said County of Jackson, .pounds north Ireland .would contrib mer,brokenly, but Donald laid his hand in kindly'fashion on the lad's shoulder. "You are not to blame, Davies," he said, '"It was my own fault for try- Ing to run the old boat instead of putting you all ashore.. No doubt the vertical-rudder biacies are bent and fouled the rocks. Now we've got to think, and harder than we have ever thought before." "We ain't a-going to drown like rats In traps, sir," .said' Sam Clouts" heartily. ' ' ' "Not if I know it, Clouts," Donald retui 1. "Now, first,'it isn't possible to : -t: the rudder, and we can't rise-u.jiout it. That's self-evident. I think. We are comparatively safe for some time, to come, because we have lust taken on a supply of natural air, and we -haven't opened the uir-flasks yet. But. of course, it means only two days' respite." "If I might say so, sir," snid Clouts, '•'it means that we must put on the living suits." "You're right," answered Donald. "We aren't in a hopeless position by. any means if we manage to keep our heads. Miss Kennedy, we'll get you out of here in a jiffy if you don't mind getting your feet wet. . "You see," he continued, in explanation, "fortunately—very fortunately. Eor us—we have the new Siebert diving apparatus aboard, which was to bave been used for a special purpose in . connection with our governmeiif ( . .. "One - moment, sir," "Have Epii a majtch?" work for the said Davies. the taxes, special assessments, in- ute 42 per cent and south Ireland 58 terest, and costs due thereon-, for the per cent. ' "." year A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Sev- Board to Decide on , Taxes . A joint exchequer board would be created to determine the taxable capacity of Ireland in relation to .the .bal-. ance of the United Kingdom and decide' what amount Ireland should "cpu-. tribute after the two-year period. The TAX SALE NOTICE State of Illinois, Jackson County, ss. I, H. A. "Hagler, County Clerk, in and for the County and State aforesaid, DO HEREBY CERTIFY That J. M. Etherton did on the days hereinafter set fouth' between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., _ of the respective _days, Purchase at j public auction at the Court House, in Murphysboro, in said County,, the Lands and Town Lots below described, situated in the said -County of Jackson, for the taxes, special assessments, interest, and costs due thereon, for the year A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen (and prior -years if'any) -and paid as purchase money on each tract or lot the total amount of taxes, special assessments, interest and costs thereon as stated herein opposite the description of each,tract or lot. Date of Sale—June 10, 1918. Description—-City or Village of Carbondale, Oakland • Heights Addition. East'side sewer, lot'49. .. ' At any time after the expiration ot two years after the date of this sals the above named purchaser, his heirs or assigns, will upon application, and compliance with the provisions of Jaw pertaining thereto, be entitled to" .a deed of conveyance for any real estate herein described which shall have not been redeemed; Provided, that ! unless the holder of this certificate shall take out said deed as entitled by law, and file the same for record within one year from and after the time for exemption expires, the said certificate of deed and the sale upon which it is based, shall, toom and after the expiration of such one year be absp- lutely null. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have unto set my hand and affixed my official seal. Done at my. office in Murphysboro,- this 10th day of June A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen. RECEIVED, THIS 10th day of June A. D. 1918 of J. M. Etherton, the sum of One Dollar and 35 Cents, the amount of purchase money on the albove tract or lot of land. 1 J. H. Boos; . County Collector,'' Jackson' County, Illinois. • . ,' , i Assessed in the name of L. R. Harrington. . ' ' , LAUKA E. SWARTZ « O8TEOPATK1C PHY»iCIAH Chronic Ctoaaie* E »p«cf«(tr Offlc* In 1 L«ud»r-Nlcho!« Bid* W. W. HAMILTON Coal and Ice MACKEY COAL Phon. 804 BulMhifl DR. J. W- BARROW ; • NEW HAMILTON BUILDIN* Hwrt • to 11 A. Mi<aml 2 to • P. » .. PHONK SS ECONOMY COAL YARD •••'• ~- ; j. B. WOOD*, Wsthcd NuV Eg C an4 Phone H» K. HENRY BABSf GET- OUR1RRJCE* , Phone 342! K H. 0. HALL&CO. FEED, COAL. 'AND POULTRY SUPPLIES Phone 233 or lot the total amount of taxes,! spec-:, ial assessments, interest and 'costs thereon as sfatert.herein opposite the description c-£ each tract" or lot. Date of Sale—June 10, 1918. Description—City or Village of Car-'. decision of this board will stand, for bondale, Thps. G. Clark S. D. w% 10 . five years, when Hie case may be re- Lot No. 1 Addition, Lot 10. At any time after 'the-expiration of two years a£tav. the. date, of this sale the above named purchaser, Iiis heirs or assigns, will upon,.application, and compliance with the provisions of law opened. The hoard shall consist of equal numbers of repi.-esentativ.es of the two Irish pnllnments find the imperial parliament, with sin independent chairman. pertaining thereto, be entitled. x to a! The amount Ireland would have to deed o£ conveyance for any real jtate herein described which shall have not been .redeemed; Provided, that unless the holder o£ this certificate shall take out said deed as entitled by law, and file the same for record within one year £rom and after the time for exemption expires, the said certificate or deed and the sale upon which it is based, shall, from and after the expiration of such one year be absolutely null. - . •'.,.-' IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 'have junto set,my hand and.affixed my official seal. Done at my office in Murphysboro, this 10th day of June A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen. RECEIVED. 7HJ£."lOth day of June A: D. 1918, pf I. W. Dill, the sum of ' Two Dollars and 36 Cents, the amount o£ purchase money on the above tract or lot of land. ; J. H. BOOS, County Collector, Jackson County, Illinois. " .--Assessed in the name of F. M.Comp- contribute is | somewhat reduced by a provision " Klnjrclnm in" the shall bill (hat tlio -United present 1,000,000' pounds to ejich of the two parliaments nt the outset to defray their expenses. It is alsn provided that the Irish shall have land annuities worth 3,000,000: annually. The bill contains a detailed government proposal lor immediate completion of a land purchase scheme. , Civil servants, as regards pensions/ would be protected .by .the imperial government, according to another provision of the bill. This is one of the, reasons why Imperial' control of the post office is to .be retained. Porto Rico Has 1,295,826. San Juan, Feb. 28.—The total population of Porto Rico, as shown by the recent census, is 1,295,826,-it was announced here. This Is an increase of 177.814, or 15.8 per cent, since the last TAX SALE NOTICE State of Illinois, Jackson County, ss.- I, H. A. Hagler, •• County Clerk, .in and for the County and State aforesaid, DO HEREBY CERTIFY That J. M. Etherton did on the days hereinafter set. forth between the norms j of,9 o'clock a. m. and 4. o'clock p. m:,' ' of the respective days, Purchase at public auction at "the Court House, in Murphysboro, in said- County, the Lands and Town Lots below described, situated in the said County of Jackson, for the taxes, special assessments, interest, and costs'due thereon,, for the year A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen (and prior years if any) and paid as purchase money on each tract or lot the total amount of taxes, special assessments, ..interest and costs thereon, as stated herein opposite the description o£ each-tract or lot. Date of Sale—June 10, "191S. Description—City or Village of Carbondale, Reg. Addition. Si'dewalk Imp. No. 2. Bal. 144' ft. off W. side lot 627. At any time after the expiration of two years alter the date of this sale the above named, purchaser, his heirs or-assigns, will upon, application, and compliance with the provisions of law pertaining thereto, be entitled to a deed o£ conveyance for any real estate herein'described which shall have not been redeemed; Provided, that unless the holder of this certificate shall take out said deed as entitled by law, and file the same for record within one year from and v aftei; ; the time for exemption expires, 'the said certificate or deed and the sale upon which it to based, shall, from and after the W. A. BRANDON, M. D. GENERAL PRACTICE AND THI • ' - ' -EYE ' Ey«» Tested QI«MM FltUtf Virginia Bldg. . CarboMdal*. 9H, F. L. LtNGLE, M. D. Q«n«ral Practice tpvolal attention to Eye, Ear, Fitted Phon«t: Residence S30-2, Offfe* HAMILTON & BRADLEY Attorneys at Law Phona 9X1 K •ulta 112-111. New Hemllton Bullaln v DELIA CALDWEJLL, M. D, ".'"• ' McANALLY BUILDING 211 W**t Main 8tr»»t Office Hour*—« to lu A.M.; 21* 4 P.B- GARBONDALE CANDY KITCHEN ' Home v Made Candles and !e« Craais Telephone *44 Y treatment ofl'fCH, EC2EMA, RINGVVOHM. TSTTES'or other i tchtng skin diseases. Try 0 75 rfn* T-~-r .],-o"«- ri*fc HEWITT'S DRtFQ BTORJ! DR.H.H. ROTH Practice -limited to-Diseases of EVE, NOSE, EAR and THRQAT Over Woolworth Store, Murphysboro, III. CHICHESTER S PILLS *"_^,^ THK.IMASI.ONI> BR ^* ,,j« SOLO BV DSUQGISTStVERYWiO? expiration of such one year be absolutely null. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hav» unto set my hand and affixed my official seal. Done at my office in Murphysboro, this 10th day of June A. Oi Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen. , RECEIVED, THIS. 10th, day of Jnn* A. D; -19'i8 ot J. "It Etherton, the sum. of Thlrty-eigiit Dollar* and -No Cents, the amount :ot purchase'money on the- above.tract or lot of land. J. H. Boos, County Collector, Jackson County, Illinois.' ••• • . ' - - • Assessed in the name of G. R. man. SQUEEZED When "the body begins to stiffen, and movement becomes painful it is/usually; an. indication that tfca kidneys are^put of order. Keep, .these organs healthy by taking GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidneyy liver, bladder arid, uric . acid troubles^ Famous since 1696. Take regularly and/ keep in good health. In three sfees, alt druggists. Guaranteed as rcpresented- Look for the naina Gold Medal on every bo^r • Mid accopt co imitation , Wireless Phone Carries Far. New York, Feb. 28.—Wireless "telephone conversations have been carried on between Ossining, N. Y., an <} points in North Dakota and Kansas, a distance of approximately >1,500 miles, by Robert F. 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