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ALFALFA PRODUCTS EXHIBIT'
Grfit Mcrijae Rauer of the Weit to
Be Given Prominent Place.
IMPORTANCE OF THE CROPxhEEE TABLEACX ARE GIVO
RaHrneai f. M-We a Moat f mprrkri.
alir tihlhll -t ikr ( ms Wklrk
' Wara Was fcat
A mnr tiTurf t) solution of ths tooA
snhirni trsnt"! hv ihm hi-safina" "P of
rrrs an. I ti -..r--T ni hihr ost of ;
tha prrwl'p fun of l.aaf unci rst rtrt Inns on
tb rattlr InH : trv will b Inkm by th? '
a tlonal nVpartmant of thr Western
I.a 1 Pro1iirt rxbibif.
Th land nn- v.lil r,nl an FXhlblt
alowlni tli pr''rttr and valuta of al
falfa Alfalfa s an n-r1twnt. a "book
frmr" rrop nmll a fw years axo. In
thf 't flva ars It baa com Into a pe
tition of lmportanr. alone with corn and
wf-tst. In wt-n agriculture Tha day
cf alfalfa baa but biwn.
r'.rythtn whirh It ! "-"1bl to dprnnn
airats about alfalfa la to b shown by
cn of tha arat railroad companies In a,
Cumprehntv nthit bins fMsnnsii for
thfr Western ln.l lYodnna exhibit to be j
held In Omaha. January in to 2.
7ho mho are working on tne exhibir
ftra the eame noerta who eo lected th
wttaa and the alfalfa from t ie differei.
-tlona for the alfalfa palarc it tha Na
tional f'orn Exposition Kvrr aince th!
tors allow mu -li has been d-t-.e to d
aiop tha alfalfa industry.
Prod art a to Be tkaita.
Bealdea tha planta and aeeda of dlffer
nt varletiaa. crown In widely separated
reaiotia. tha rmdncts of tha plant will
fce ahown by tha M. C 1'eter Mill company
tt Uinaha. a concern wlitcli has helped
lo build up an industry out of handling
tha alfalfa grown In tha went, and whlci
baa dona much to make a atronger mar
ket for tha crop. Thla mill does a tl. O()0,000
feualnaaa annually In alfalfa products, sup
flying tha food In rciHlenaed form for tha
great dairy compaul. which In turn sup
ply tha milk and cream of Washington !
JVew York Cltv.
How tha plant la handled, from tha seed
to the feed barna of tha eastern dairy
aompanles will all be ahown In tha exhibit
to ba made In Omaha and one of the beat
linown authorities on alfalfa will ba pres
tot at all times, lecturing daily on tha
subject of tha plant and Its food valuta.
BRIEF CITY NEW
1st Boot Mat It.
V, 3. Ctwaaoa ft atoaa Coal.
Take Tour rrintlaa; to te Tlmaa.
Ssastlaa; Lamps Btuyagg 6rads Co.
Uaehart, Fhotographar, 18th at Farm.
W Can Oat Tea T par east on your
tnoney In amounts of $200 to tl.000. any
length of time wanted. Oood security.
Haeilnge at Heyden, Harney 8t
Wow Wage Baxsxorsj, tha monthly pay
ment plan of the Neb. Barings at Ioan
A'san offers tha Ideal plan for savings.
10( Board of Trade, Building. ,
aYatomoMlo Damag lalts Occur al
most dally. Iae us assume tha risk of
accidents. Low rates. Liberal policies.
Crelgh, Baldrtgs ct Co,, 1'hone Doug. 200.
Tha KwbVar tors, tha only place, In
town to get what you want In th way of
rubber. If It ts made of rubber we have
It. Th Omaha Rubber Co., E. II. Pprague,
Pres., 1908 Harney street. Just around the
Boiler fjkatlaa; Christmas Ther will
te roller skating; at th Auditorium Sunday
(Christinas) both afternoon and evening,
also Monday, both afternoon and evening.
Th floor is In prim coodltlon and a merry
lime la assured for all.
Dartasoa Stakes XVoag; Trip Dr. W. M.
lav1daon, superintendent of schools, has
been aaked to address tha Montana State
Teachers' association, which meets In Bill
ings, next week. Dr. Davidson will make
th trip c deliver this one address,
lr Xorae riaakatt Bar filr Horace
TMunltett, who has been Inspecting his In
terests In Wyoming about the Big Horn
basin, la in Omaha on his return to the
east. He will visit with friends In Battle
Crack, Mich., before sailing for England.
A Frtvwt Safe In th Omaha Baf De
posit at Trust company's fir and burgiar
proof vaults for $3.00 and up per year. W
give you th only key that will unlock the
safe, Omaha Safe Deposit Trust com
pany. Street Entrance. ISM Famam street.
Ba X. Barrows Is Better Benjamin
IL Barrows. I'nlted States surveyor of cus
toms, who has been sick at his home,
South Twenty-stzth strset. was reported
much Improved Saturday morning. Mr.
Barrows has been suffering from an affec
tion of the heart.
Tsluntary Bankruptcy A petition In
voluntary bankruptcy was filed In th
Vnlted States district court Saturday morn
ing by Mrs. Sarah J. Dayhuff, a milliner
of lt North Twenty-fourth street. Mrs.
Dayhuff places her liabilities at tl.Z&S),
with assets at I1.J0 In depreciable millinery
lUt4 for Kuuiif Oasis Michael and
Ina Hodet. who were arrested several days
ago q a charge of selling liquor without a
license, were fined $50 and costs each In
police court Saturday morning. Tha Hewl
ett's conducted an establishment on North
Sixteenth street. They wers arrested by
Detectives Heitfeld and Donahue.
BraadeU BettUs Claim Th iaa of
August Drahoa attains Hugo Brandets fur
fur Injuries sustained when Brand?!
automobile ran Into Drahoa and Injured
Mm. was settled In district court Saturday
morning for $-.70n. Mr. Brandela agreed
to confess Judgment for this sum If Drahoa
woukl accept such aum. Drahoa accepted
alias Ivan Will Beoover Mrs Z. T.
l.iudai'y haa been notified by telegram troin
New Yijrk that her elates. Mlsa Ethel
Kans. alio was injured In an explosion
on the New York Central line, la now re
covering Mine Kan aa severely in
jured and a ill prubably lose the sight of
uaj ee cue was furtnerly an Instructor
In drawing in the Omaha schools.
Invitation for X-oback Cuiigresatnan
Klt 1 1 c. o. IaiIic k liaa beu invited to at
tend ti. great meeting of democrats which
will be held lu Baltimore January' IT. Con
kie&linal leaders and congreaamen will be
there and a Jcffersoiiian anniversary cele
bration :a planned that wt til eclipse any that
lias aver ben held. Mr. Lobeek haa not
jet decided ahetlier or not he cau attend.
Traak B, Boberaoa will give bis travel
ogues at th Fust Methodist Episcopal
church Ihsceniber Is and :. Wednesday,
s p. m., "tul of Doors in the Holy Land;"
Wedneaday, t p. m . "faaaion Flay.'
Thursday, t p m , "Tyrollan Alps," Thurs
day, t p. m.. "Round About Paris." Ad
mission afternoons IS cents; evenings, it
cants; children, li cents.
trt taktblt at (araeale laatltate.
FITTSHUKU. Fa-. iKec. U IHrei-tor Joha
W. l,i-atty of the department ef ftr.e arta of
the i'rii;ii' Institute today announced
that the 'tfteentli annual internal lunal es
bltut of oil i amines will be held la the In
stitute gallirlca April ai to June neat.
1 niry blanks i'l be reietved from Furofie
on u.- beiore February J. pn. The inter
nalizes) i ry 1'irrting i!l be held In thla
iiiv April i. l.ill. ! uM aaard tn usual
i tea auu medals.
SANTA CLAUS STORY IN MUSIC
Chriitmai Cantata Presented by First
llrS"rlrel rirtarra from the ry
ml (far 1st alia Treat af
(ertlaa far Hrf4 (
"Santa flaus and Ills Family.' a cantata
In two par''- was presented by tne i?iintay
school of the Klret t'hnstian church. Twrn.
tv-slxth and llarney aticets Friday night
In i-onnntinn with tlie t hrlstmas tree ex
el c !.
The singing of Mr Pants Claus was by
WIMard Slabauah. Mrs ?anta Cu
was represented Mrs. Ftckett. and tlielr
daughters. Hope and Truth rendered by
Miss llaxel Fowler avd Elizabeth Carry.
The re ts of tlie eaitri family were: the
father bv Cliarlcs Hertxog. and the mother
by Florence Olsrn. and their daughter. Dot,
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V, " ' 1 1 fit i .' x i .' s Ns?,5;x:tvv k 'vA m'jN'1, II
If - ', . y f : i 0.' ' INH1 I I
M Mil - t fyr . . ,7 . vw' J J'
I l , i " ' ) fir M
Wf Prof. B. C. Buiffiiam -
the creator of the new grain "Emm er" tW
j1, M will lecture daily at M
11 III It Hi I It I IV
b" Lliar.nr Mna iah. The pianist was Miss
i (irai e Slsbans'i.
I Three tablea-is ere gien. t'ie first,
I "Wm shiping of the Child 'Jesus. ' by the
three iee men . I he second. "The Rich
i Mother and l'aigliter Calling at tne Home
'of Poverty"; the thl'd. "No Cross. No
j Crown." giien by thr-e young momen
I dressed In white
j On the Christmas tree aere presents for
I ever member of the Sun!ay school, and
I each person present receiied a candy cane
FOUR MINERS FALlTo DEATH
.Racket in Wklrk They Are HliUt
lltfrtsrsi nail Tgej rr
Five tlaatfrr-4 Feet.
j KCCt.KS. W. Va . fiec. 21 Four miners
j met desth when a bucket In which ther
i were descending the number five shaft of
j the New Tliier Collieries company here to
' day overturn!, throwing them Jnf feet
i to the bnttnni of the mine. The'r homes
i were at German. Va.
Bigger. Better. FuelT That Is what
advertising; In The Bee will do for your
Prof. B. C. Btfffram :
creator of the new grain "Emm er"
will lecture daily at
The Omalhsi Lamd ESIhow
JANUARY 18 TO 28, 1911.
Nearly four years ago the United States Department of Agriculture introduced
a small amount of black winter Emmer into this country to be divided among
the leading agricultural scientists of the United States.
Among others a small amount was received by Prof. 15. C. Buffum of Worland, Wyoming.
Prof. Bulfum Added HilKons to the Wealth 'of the West
by using the small fraction given him to produce a new grain which is the heaviest yielding small grain now
grown, and the most valuable of this class of crops for stock feeding purposes.
It is better than oaU for horses and ranks with corn for fattening sheep or cattle.
It will produce more feed per acre than corn and am be grown at much less cost.
Come, Hear Prof. Buffum Tell About His Wonderful Creation
He will lecture at the Land Show every day it is in existence and his story will
be of great interest to every one interested in the welfare of the wesf,
The Omaha Bee
The Twentieth Century Farmer
wish to convince the people about the wonderful possibilities of the west and they are backintr
up the Western Iand-Produets Exhibit because they realize that an exhibit of this kind will sh"
people more of the real truth about this wonderful section than any amount of pure talk; and t!
real interest in the upbuilding of this empire is due to the fact that they realize that it is upon .
west that Omaha must depend for its future provjress and greatness.
Land Information Bureau
So many of our readers have written us from time to time, asking us for reliable information as to soil, climate and value of
land in localities in which they were thinking of locating or buying for investment, that we have decided to establish a Land
This bureau will make investigations and gather data, so that it will be able to either answer inquiries direct, or give
parties wanting information the names of reliable persons to whom they can write.
When writing, address, Land Information Bureau, The Twentieth Century Farmer, Omaha, Neb.
Remember the dates January 18 to 28, 1911
Admission Price 25c. This will admit you to every lecture and every Prt of the Land Show.
: Dares Flames to
I Stay at His Post
Undaunted Drink Compoier'i Dero
tion to Art Makei Him of
Bold He a:t.
The sa o--n of Ollie Kanft at Taenty
eighth sienna and Farnam street might
have been burned to the ground Saturday
morning, but Wallace, the pottT. would
have finished mixing the silver fixx he
started before the blaze caught. Wallace.
ho Is Intensely artistic gt allver flxxes.
detected tha smoke, tailed up the fire de
partment and continued to shake the
white of an egg. spoonful of sugar and
gin while he awaited the fire fighters.
Several petrona came Into the establish
ment and. after a pause, also detected the
odor o etuoke.
"Say. what's coming off her'.' Your
place must be on fire." said one.
"Pure it s on fire." replied Wallaie. con-
' tinning to shake his silver fill " Fire de-
i partment 111 be here In a mln.lte '
The patrona laughed uneasily, looked
around the pia e and at Wallace, and then
I considered the door through which tley
j had i ome. '
! Finally they de. Ided that a stove In the
, rear annet be smoking Juat then, how-
ever, they were further surprised. Mr.
I Kaneft. the proprietor, called down from
! his apartment npstalrs.
"Say. wheres all that smoke coming
' from?" he shouted.
"Basement s on fire." shouted back Wal
i lace. " Fire department will be here in a
Sure enough an emergency chem.....
; wagon clattered up lo the curb In front of
! the aa'oon. The blaxe. which had been
started 'n sacking hanging around the
I water pipes when someone tried to thav
the pipe, were extinguished. About that
i time also the patron who had ordered the
silver flxa returned, and Wallace set the
efferveeclng concoction on tha bar.
I Dlsaracefal ( aagart
I of lrer and bowels. In refusing to act. Is
j quickly remedied with Vr. King's New Life
' Fills. I"-. For sale br Beaton Prug Co
BIG RUSH ATJTHE POSTOFFICE
s,ale f kfamiia la Fifteen ret 4 en I
lkra4 af That at Last
The intra of Chri.-tnias presents to an
to nearby towns thronged the postoffu-e
Saturday rjiornlng The rush, however. Is
much less than It has been durng the l.ist
eck. Although the mails hme b en less
congested than ever bcfoie during a Christ- i
mas time, the stamp receipts for the lt j
three rla hae shown an Increase of '."i ;
t r cent over the record eataMlsliei! for i
the snie time last year. l'ostmasur ;
Thomas sas Ibat earlv malllPK has been
as nottrahla ;i early shippeng and t'mi for
th s reason th i-ostoffic1 departments arc
not as crowded as they were at fonu.-v J
For the benefit of delayed shopper. Ih ,
jostofflce will be opened Sunday from t
until I o'clock. There will be no delivery
of malls, but collections will be taken In
the downtown districts. The poatoffice will .
be open from ".X until TO 30 Mondav. Two
deliverlea of mall will ba made In 'ho ;
doantown district and only ine In the re.l- ,
e r.ave sii.o.m a. re trtl-utary tc cm
cltv and we NF.ED FARMF.R8 OF TH K
RIGHT sort to till the Idle acres. TVtil
you com If w show vmi where you can
make money caster than you eer ma.
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question Write me a n'te and say that
you want to make a living a llfle b.l
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and. at the same time share In th d el
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Tou can satisfy vcurself about
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KXBCXAX CIiVB, Bahl. Idake.
500 bushels of Po
tatoes to the Acr;
YOU kuow that potatue u
alwas alaple. Foiatota are
lis gold. The markets lluctual
very litUa on potatoes. Ana It
)ou have GOOD potatoes you
CAN ALWAYS FIND A MAK
KET FOR THEM. This is th
most remarkable potato country
In ALL THE WORLD. Th
Hnaka River Valley has been
known to produce EIGHT HUN
DRED AND FIFTY J3USHELS
OF POTATOES TO THE ACRE.
You can RAISE POTATOES IN
THIS VALLEY. RAISE THEM
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