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THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
EVERYTHING IIS FAVORABLE
SORRY HE DIDN'T MOVE TO V. C5T
ERN CANADA DEFORE.
Kite tli-stivved HM.-t of
towns of Portal ana Kenr.it, N". P.
A f !K)vU7 VU l'(
!!' Ill X. I 1 I I M m M m m .1' C I 1 l I
AuiTust lleliuont. the New Vor
linanci-'T, was oru -rated mi for appeiii
For Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female Ills
Minneapolis, Minn. "I was a preat
sufferer from lemalo troubles which
I caused a weakness
and broken down
condition of the
system. 1 read so
E. rinkham's Yep
had dona for other
RiitVerinpr women I
felt sure it would
helpinc, and I must
say it did help me
pains all left me. I
Krew stronper.and within three mouths
I was a perfectly well woman.
"I want this letter made public to
show tiie benefit women may derive
from Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable
Compound." Mrs. John i. Moi.dax,
2115 Second St., North, Minneapolis,
Thousands of unsolicited and penu
luo testimonials liko the above provo
the ctlidoney of Lydia E. I'inkham's
Vegetable Compound, winch is made,
exclusively from roots and herbs.
Women who suffer from those (lis.
tressinpills peculiar to their sex should
not lose sight of these facts or doubt
tho ability of Lydia E. I'inkham's
Vegetable Coiipound to restore their,
If you want special advice write
to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass.
confidential. Fop 20 years she
lias been helping sk'k women in
this way, free of charge Don't
hesitate write at once.
When your Watch Slops
Yoa cannot make it go by shaking it.
W lieu We bowels aro
constipated you can JJJ
disturb them with
cathartics but, liko
the watch, they will 2
not bo able to do $
their allotted work
until they aro put J
into roter condi- 2
tion to do it. 5
One cannot mend 5
a del It ate jicco of 4,
mechanism by vio-
lent methods, and 2
no machine made by man is as fine- 2
us tho human body.
Tho usis of pills, salts, castor-oil
and strong c.ithartic medicines is
tho violent method. Tho use of
the herb tonic laxative,
i3 the method adopted by intellU
Headache, backache, indigestion,
constipation, skin diseases all are
benefited immediately by tho uso
of this medicine.
Urucrcrists sell it nt 2te. and itnc.
Wslorn Canada the Pennant Winner
"The Last Besi West"
to every actual set
tler lbU acres of
wlieaN ijrow liij
land free and an
additional 160 acres
at $3.00 an acre. The 300.000 contented
Ameikan settlers making their homes in
Western (iunuda is the best evidence of
thc superiority of that country. They are
becoming rich, growing from 25 to 50
bushels wheat to the acre; 60 to 110 bush
els oats and 45 to CO bushels barley, be
sides having splendid herds of cattle raised
on the prairie grass. Dairying is an im
The erop of 1908 Mill krrpi WeRtern Canada
In the trait. The wotlJ will aoon look to it ai
"Th thl nit which mo-t Impressed tin w.islhn
tn.iiMiltui'r n the miliary Unit. I uvulliililn fr
iiiiriiMiliunil niriiM-v" A'lliiinil Jiiiifiiriul
Lowrollwny rntts, (rood bcIiooIh nnd churches,
nmrkeu convenient, ulce the hiu'liest, climate
Ijimis nn fcr Kilo hr U.-iIIwiit nn1 Ijinrt Cnm
(mmi".. Ix stTirXlvp i:implil! ImiihI mnp-, w-nt tn i.
Vnr rulln.iT rues mul .t Imt iiitormutK.n iippljr i.i
Slli(T!ril.'lii.'l ,if lliillllunilhin. lltl;nT;l, ( in.iau.ul
tbi)uullur.r.v'd CiukiUiuii i.uu'urjirm Akciu:
W. V. BrNNETT.
. 801 Nrw lori Lite QuiMinf, Omaha. Nebmta.
RtfiSJ Per Saler's cut .U s piua u-i.
Larcusl trnwirj of sred I .Irli y, opM. whrat, j
iprli. corn, iinnurpH t'tasstM. rliH-ors uini I
f.ii in hi-oiU in tin- in i '.it. Ij'x r.itali i; (i o: cr. I
.(Mid IOC in M.itnp aul n Cfivi r.iiiipii- off
li.irli'y yielitini! 173 bu. per arrc. liillionS
Dollar 1'ii.s. Oats. Siull. clc, pie., ca ilyS
wonli SIO.OO to i;i t a slart with. t)r. wn I (I
14c mill w uitil a k.imi'"' larni kccil novclij I
in vrr m'pu in- uii bi r-Ti-.
SAL2ERSEE0C0.. Bin W, La Crosie. Wl.
li.-il LoukIi hyrnp. uu-h t.uf.(i.
Vr i'i (i"'r. Si'I'l I'V Art:"?.
h" nri II nt rn! Iirlrea. K-iid fur 'fro rnliitnrnn.
ViVtR9-0ILL0N riRUQ OO.. OMAHA, tlKd'l
llonlll.-. f I nil! 1 l.tM 111 Mtu;i', To I'l'lll - lip ill HI 111
CAfX riilCES KKAttONAULE
M. SpicsbcrRcr ft Son Co.
Whoiesale 1113 linery
ThBuitliith4..it OMAHA, NEU.
lleneit t'tuulatit C-.Htieliu,
moils French actor, (tied at
Malcolm It. I'a'tcrson wa
ated for his t-eeond term as
- Fixe peixiiis lot: their lives in a li
that de.stroxed the Southern hot
Knit Worth. Tex.
The Right Hon. John Sinclair, who
has been secretary for Scot land since
l'.HV), has been raised to the peerage.
Mrs. Zaek Odani, white, was found
murdered in Sioux City, la., and the
police are looking fur her colored huh
hand. lenrse l-'ilziiiauiiee shot and in
stantly killed I. is sweetheart. Miss
dust a Nelson, ami then killed himself
at Mohall, N. 1).
I'oter Waiubold shot himself dead
in a telephone booth In a lirooklyu
drug stoic after cailini; up his wife
uid Instiiictlim her to listen for the
Cooriie Kiankhauscr was found
guilty at Helena. Mont., of robbiny; a
Croat Northern train. extraction
(Mill from the registered mails ami
placing the lives of the custodians In
T. J. Drtiuinionil, r tiring president,
of 1 he Montreal Hoard of Trade, in his
annual address declared that Canada
had nothing to aln and everything to
lose by u reciprocity agreement with
the United States.
George Codman. a lawyer of I'lilla
delihia, was indicted by the rand
jury on a charge of criminally libelliif:
John IS. Parsons, president of the
Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company;
Peter A. IJ. Widener and C.enrse 1.
The New York senate adopted n res,
olution t xprcssinK admiration for the
heroic services rendered by the Mar
coni operator on board the steamship
Republic during the collision with the
Florida, and by the oilicers and crews
of the colliding; steamships, the
steamer Itaitie. the revenue cutter
llreshaiu and the derelict des!royr
RUDOWITZ SAVED BY ROOT.
Russia's Request for His Extradition
Washington, .Ian. lit!. Christian
ltndowitz, whose extradition on
chargi's of niiirder, atson and other
crimes was iloinanded hy the Utissian
Kovernnioiit, and invoIviiiK counter
contentions that the offenses were
in furtherance of a political move
ment, will not he extradited. This de
cision v.as iinnounceil yesterday by
Secretary of Stale Root.
,ln effect the extradition of liiiilo'.vit
was r fus"d because the offense
charged comes under the general pro
hibition against extradition in the
treaty with Russia, which declares
that if it ho mad. to appear that ex
tradition is soimht with the view to
try or punish for an offense of a po
litical oharaet' r surrender shall not
WEDS A RUSSIAN PRINCE.
Wisconsin Girl Becomes Princei3
Gargarin in Canton, China.
Washington. .Ian. :S. Word has
been received at the insular bureau of
Hip Ktat.i department from the Ameri
can consul in Canton. China, that .Miss
CeoiRia .Icltrcy, originally of Ju
neau. Wis., who recenily left this city,
where she was a clerk in the treasury
department, to accept n i:overiin'et:t
position in the Philippines, was tun.
lied in Canton several weeks aeo to
Prince Alfred Ahrenhcin (ia-;.'arin of
Russia, whom she met while en route
from San l"r:;nci.-eo. She has a ma,--ried
sslster !n this city.
Train Kills Two Little Girls.
Memphis, Mo., Jan. -S. A frci-V
train struck ::i:d killed the two lift;
daushiers of David Flick at ArheKa.
Mo., in this county ye; tenlay.
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STACKING ALFALFA M THE WEJT yWLcV
4OTssMW , BALING ALMLfA HAY J
1MP dHCWIfiG I fib VOKiail vn
or ALFALFA IN 1699. HUt1EML&
fWICATF ACREAGE IH FACH JTATLT
The original home of alfalfa appears
'.o have been southwest of central
Asia, hut from there it has been car
ried in practically every part of the
xvor'el where auriculluia! pursuits are
important. It is now one of the staple
forage crops of every continent of the
old world and easily takes front rank
as tho nto.-it Important leguminous for
a;,'c crop of the western hemisphere.
The name "alfalfa" is of Arable origin
and means "I he host fodder." The
southern Kuropoan name of "lucern"
was formerly aeiil'ed to the plant in
the eastern part of the Cniied Slater
tnd in rti'.h, but this name ha, prac
Mcnllv uiven way to the name "al
falfa." under which it was introduced
by the Spaniards.
The Persians were apparently the
lirst nation which prow this plant,
They took it v.llh them when they In
vaded (Jrei ce about H. C. The oh
ject of this introduction appears to
have been to provide forage for the
horses and utiile upon which their
jinnies depended. Alfalfa wan Intro
duced into Italy dnrini; the ftrst con-
tutv A. D. Such early Roman writers
as Virgil and Pliny give what may still
he regarded an excellent instructions
reenrdini; the handling of alfalfa
lielils. The introduction of alfalia into
Spain was jirohably durinir the Moor
i:-h Invasion in the eighth century
A. I). The Spaniards introduce I it
Into Mexico nnd South America dm
ins the sixteenth century. It Is f"
ported to have heen carried north
ward from Old Mexico into what is
now the souihorn portion of I lie I'nited
States, hut it was not until IS.") I, whn
it was taken to San Francisco from
Chili, that its rapid extension over the
Irrigated section:-; nf the western
states commenced. lis culture has
since heen extended to many of the
lHin-irrisated sections of the west.
The more humid sections of the Kre.it
plains area have proved especially
adapted to lis production. Knstward
of the ninety-sixth meridian its cul
tme has been less successful owitif; to
the presence of less favornlile condi
tions of soil nnd climate.
The history of alfalfa in the eastern
slates runs hack for at least two con
turies, as the colonists made repeated i
attempts to establish It. 1'iuler the
name of "iucern" it had be;'ti Intro
(luced Into Ihinland about ICii). The
attempts on the part of the American
colonists to establish It were tinsuc-
I cessful. The limestone region of cen
tral New York prolmbly constitutes
the area of Us longest continued cul
ture In mix section of the oast. In
South Carolina there Is n Held re
ported to be 7" years old. Alfalfa has
a'i.o hern f.'ioxvii locally In most of the
ojMivn states for many years. The
black prairie soils of Alabama nnd
M'ssl.'slppi are provini; especially
adapt 'd to alfalfa. The successful dl.;
tricis have usually been the t.iniewhat
limited men of ilniestone soils where
the conditions are especially suited to
the plant. The recent efforts looklnu
to its further extension throughout the
east and south Indicate that the
chances of success Increase greatly as
the special requirements for Its pro
duction tue understood and ptovi led
Alfalfa is the staple leguminous fur
f;;e crop I hroil'.'l.oul the western halt
el the countiy. Its distribution is In
;ieatod In the ;u companx in map.
Kach dot repri i' iits Uinj acres !n the
region wheie tin. iiot :1 !,-c.(t.-il. I'er
this reason only the -ectlo'. (jf i;.tarr
('Xtetisiv,' nlfiiif.i production avi
shewn, lis ceoiil-s Irivlin; less that.
I.fitiii acres ate nut il ,i t -C . The !ut
a'; ctijt id tiie one humli e !ih u. rid-
in has probably more than doubled
since the hist census was taken. Its
mid extension In parts of the west
Is Indicated by the fact that In Kan
ins the assessors' reports in lSfll, when
ilfalfa was first listed separately.
showed :it,:!SI acres, while In !'.
iTi.d.lO acres were reported. In the
uid sections on the areas which have
been brought under cultivation In tin
past ten years alfalfa has been ex
One of the most Important charac
teristics of alfalfa Is Its hmt; tap root
ofien extending " or more feet Into
I he soil. Thl.t enables the plant to
reach stores of nlant food In the soil
which cannot be secured by the ortli
n.irv shallow-rooted held croon, i nis
long taproot is n'so of great inipor
tance In sections of limited rainfall, as
by this means the plant is enabled to
withstand extremes of drought whirl
would otherwise be fatal.
The wide dlstribiit on of alfalfa
thtoiighout the world indicates a re
inarkable adaptability to various cli
mates and conditions. So far us cli
'inale Is concerned alfalfa can he
-Town In every state In the union. It
is, however, vei'y exacting; In the hu
mid sections as to soil and treatment.
It is grown Ixdow the sea level in
southern California and at altitudes
exceeding S.Otm feel In Colorado. Un
der proper Irrigation it yields abun
dant crops in the deserts of Arizona,
which are ninon-j; the hottest In the
world. The hardy strains urn able to
withstand the severe winters of the
north cential states. It. Is raised with
out irrigation In semi-arid sections
where the rainfall is only 14 Inches a
xeiir, nnd also in the gulf stutes where
the annual rainfall may amount to 05
inches. A rainfall of lit) inches a year
Is ample for this crop, and an amount
in excess of this is usually a detri
ment. In moist climates tho soil is
frequently sour, and the clay soils
especially are apt to be too poorly
drained. In such a climate weeds and
fungous diseases prove much more In
jurious than under less humid condi-
i tmiQ AltboiiLh the adaptability of
alfalfa Is great, yet in the areas not
perfectly suited to its successful pro
duction care is necessary to provide
the very favorable conditions required
by the young plants in order to over
come the natural drawbacks.
Old Roman Oil Jar.
An interesting discovery has been
made near La I'atie Montsalien, the
ancient MmiB Seb-iK us. It is a Roman
oil jar measuring just IS feet ill clr
cumfei"iice, and hooped with Iron
Nearbv wi re found some stelae, nnd
Abbe CuiUaiinie, the department archl-
vi.-d, is engaged In deciphering the
Latin Inscriptions. The jar has been
placed In the museum at flap to en
rich the fine collection of Roman
tiques housed there.
Great Men Unhappy.
Sheridan, idol of his day, had for his
last words: "1 um absolutely undone."
"Take me hack to my room," sighed
Sir Walter Scott; "i here is no rest for
me hut the grave." Charles Lamb said:
"1 walk urr and down thinking I am
happy, but feeling 1 am not." Kduiund
Hnrke said he would not glvo a peck
of refuse wheat for all the fame in the
Ancient Steel Superior.
Sheffield turns out the llnept, hard
en! nnd most perfect steel the world
produces; but even Shellleld can not
turn out a sword blade to compare
with those the Saracens made nnd
used hundreds of years ago, despite
the fact thai the Saracens never pos
sessed such machinery as ours nor
had I he advantage of modern knowl
edge of the metals.
Women Educators Honored.
One of the three memorial windows
unvelhd the other day nt Plymouth
church, Hiooklyii. showed a group of
four (llsMn,:ulslied American women,
Mrs. llanbt l'.eecher Stoxve, Mary
I on Kiiuin Wlllard and Catherine
i K.sihor lleecher, described as the four
, g, e:;l eibn mors of American woman-
Mr. Austin was a man who had
never had any previous experience in
farming, but Western Canada, had al
lurements, and he profited. He got a
low-rale certlllcate from a Canadian
Covernii.rnt agent, and then moved.
What he save, is Interesting:
"Ranfiirly. Alberta. May 10 OS.
"J. N. Grieve, Ksqr.. Spokane, Wash
ington Dear Sir: After a dozen or
more years of uuiiiiccessful effort in
the mercantile business In Western
Washington, in Augm-t, 1D0J, decided
to come to Alberta with a gentleman
who was shipping two cars live stock
to Kdnionton. I assisted this mati
villi I ho stock over one hundred
miles out in the Kirch Lake Country,
Last of Ld'iionlon. Indeed, how sur
prised, how favorably everything coin-
pared with my dream of what I want-
id to see In a new country.
'Had never had tiny experience In
fanning, but 1 was immediately con
verted Into a farmer. And from that
moment 1 have prospered. Selecting
a homestead near Llrch Lake, I re
turned for wife and three small chil
dren and freighted out from lMuiontoii
in March following year wo shoveled
a spot clear of snow and pltihed our
tent and commenced operations, at
that time we had no neighbors. Foil'
years have passed, the locality Is well
net Jed. two mile:! from railway sta-
(l.)ii, with churches and schools, tele
phone and good road accomniodat Ions.
"We are enjoying the privileges
granted to any rural district In
Washington. The liiich Lake Coun
try Is no exception, thlu great trans
formation is rapidly going on In every
district la Western Canada.
"I estimate that every quarter flec
tion In every direction Is capable of
producing a comfortable living for a
family of ten forever. After paying
for two horses and a cow, had Just
$ 1 0.1)0 to go on. Ild my tlrst plough
ing In my lire. I was very awkward In
my work, but nature was glad nnd I was
abundantly paid ;'or my efforts. Our
cattle has Increased to about P.fty
head, which was very profitable on ac
count of tho abundance of forage. To
farm wits compelled to buy about four
hundred dollars' worth of farm ma
chinery on time, and tho payments fell
due last fall, and you may wonder how
I expected to pay for them when we
had such a bad year. "Twos n littlo
bad for Western Canada or for a Mis
soui'iiin. Hut is not 35 or 40 bushels
oats n pretty good yield per acre In
many States? Then the price of
grain went out of sight, so when I had
sold my crop I found I was able lo
make my payments nicely, besides we
had lots of feed. No one has any busi
ness raising cattle without growing
grain, or vice versa. As to the winters,
did not feed my cattle, excepting the
calves, a fork of hay until in March.
Have found the winters much more
pleasant than we did In Western Wash
Ington. This Is strango and linrd to
explain, but 'tis true, nevertheless, at
40 degrees below zero wc have more
comfort than you would at 20 degrees
above, so still ifhd dry with bright,
sunny days. My wife says that th
only regret she has is that we did not
come her'! ten years ago, as we would
now certainly have been in a position
to retire from hardVork. Most worn
en soon become sailslled 88 neigh
boi'3 begin to come round them.
Have !8 acres In crop this year,
besides txvo acres potatoes, which
have always brought me a fair
price. We find a ready market for
ovcrvlhing xve produce. To the Poor
Man He: f is a chance to establish
yourself. To the Rich Man Here la a
chance to buy land for $10.00 to $ir.00
per aero which will produce more crops
than a half dozen acres of your $"0.00
to $7.ri.00 per acre land. And if not
vcrv much mistaken. thlB year will
prove an eye opener to those who arc
a littlo sceptical. The trouble with
me Is that I have so much to say so
fnvnrnhlo to Alberta Mb bard to bo
(Signed) "P. S. AUSTIN."
Anger Shrinks Vitality.
Dr. Maurice de Kloury, a dlstln
finished Frenchman, advances the tho.
ory that every, time one becomes an
crv his vitality shrinks. After even
the most artfully suppressed signs ol
bad temper the vitality becomes small
or and smaller, until dually nothing Is
left. Anger is a certain kind of ce
rehral excitement, explains Dr. do
Floury. The hypei asthenic subject Is
always on its verge, while the neuras
thenic becomes infill lated only by a
sudden bound of reaction excited from
without. Hut at that moment when
they are let loose the two are alike,
Mive that the strong man is a blinder
brute, while the weak man Is some
what, of an actor and seems to aim at
For the Public Taste.
The following makes a very popular
dish, the usual name given It belns
"funny paper." Take three mothers-in-law,
two Irishmen, one Gorman
one or two tough kids and a coon;
mix nnd stir well. A Jag Is considered
to add flavor. Sprinkle In a little
rplce and ginger, and garnish with
drawings. The addition of a pinch of
hardsenso Is advisable, though not es
sential. Cbistnuls are used for stuff
ing. The dish Is usually roasted,
'hough poaching Is not uncommon.
Where There's a Will
Helen's mother passed her the cake,
and when the littlo one went to reach
ucross the plate for the largest piece
her mother said: "Always take the
piece nearest to you. dear."
"Well. then, turn the plate, around,"
'.b Buswer. Dcllueator.
To 6efe bccJuo
MANU'Jc'iL.T-ir J V" TMt
Fig Syrup Co.
SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS 50'A COTTLE
4 Vin'&!& TVV.
A new Hallowe'en jMi.ie, ,i which a
peach Is used instead ol nil appie.
Delicate Scientific Instrument!.
The human heat sense can not rear
llzo u difference ol lo'.nperattl.e t)
yond onelllih of a degree; bet tho
thermometer, .an Instrument 'J'.IO.OOO
times as sensiilve as ll-.e skin, notes
difference of a millionth of a degree.
A galvanometer Hexes Its linger at a
current generated by simply d form
ing u drop of mercury so as to press
it out of a spherical shape into that of
S-TOII.VS TilS lT.MI'K.lt I MM' will
ii. . . m w i-1. l I'l-li
nue imv posMiiir ni-c in m -i i.u.
PINK KM'.. ioiiI tiie like mining Inns.
(if nil nivo. mill prcxciiM ill other in tlitf
mime xtiiblc hum having tiie iIimnim'. iiM
nres chicken clinlei i. unit 'I'M ditcniper.
Anv good ilriiL-uii-t cii'i mpply you, or n'lid
to lllfrs. Ml (-rills ionl Sl.lM n bottle. .AnejiU
wanted. Kit-.' bun!., .polin Mi'dical Co.,
Spec. ColiUgtoln Dli-rii liiii-hrn, IIUl.
Wouldn't Take Hir.i Seriously.
Ho Rut 1 need you In order to be
She I couldn't think of marrying a
OM.Y OM'."IUIII.MII Ol IXIM"
That U I.AXATIVK ItlinMOtJl IMNK, ln.K T.n
ll. uliiniiiiini nf I-: W. i.lloVK. I vril tlw Wurlil
ovxr in t urn n i'nlil In turn Imy. 'in-.
A woman no sooner forgives an In-
Jury than she proceeds to forget about
having forgiven It.
Lewie' !NHJr Hinder- - the famous
Mraiglit .1c ci(!ir, iilxvaVN lie-l quality.
Your dealer or l.rwi l aciory, irona, in.
And tho pretty girl usually has plain
"A Little Cold is a
r.d dim leads to hnrty Jiscane and
death when neglected. There ore
many ways to treat a tohl, but there is
only one tight way-ue the light
is the surest and safest remedy known,
for Cough.!, Croup, llionchitis,
Whooping Coui'li, Asilnna, rieurisy.
It cures when o.her r'.T.u'dica tail.
Do something er your roM in time,
you know what dd.iy r.'.e;irs, you
know thc remedy, to - Dr. D. Jayne's
Bo.7eJ in thee sizci, $ 1 , 50c. 25c
Positively cured by
these Little Pllis.
Tin y ii!- relievo Din
In .'l-i'ii' t'J irli.ltl, In.
1 1 ; r -1 iwii Hint Tiki Hearty
l.aiin. A perfeet rem
niy lur ii..uiesH, Null
r!l, 1M-HX sllllMM, Uail
T.eii In '.lie V nilli.t'oiil
I I hLl
7 --1 T.n: I'nlil 111 tiie
'K.lil ID I.tVlUt.
they regulatu t lie. ltnx i !-,. I'm-i-iy w,:etuble.
SMALL PILL, SMALL ri33E. SMALL PRICE.
Gciiuino Kust Bear
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J REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
W. fx). U.. OMAHA, NO. 5. 1909,
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