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THE OMAHA SfN'MV TtHK: MAHCTT 2. 1011.
High Jinks by Iowa Engineer Students on St. Patrick's Day Roof Construction Important
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I t l l V- 4 VI ( H f
K'oi.iin'il fr'ni re Two
r KTtr Vhi shirjfl rvfp r
built Kith ! low a p.trh
four-Inch n to on foot run. uch a roof
would only l-st n verv few ar. In fact,
not as lonj a many maks of comion,oii
r f.nc in tv- nm location. What l
known a a thirty d-rf roof, or a en
. inch n? to th foot is thf lowest that
rhouM N- usmI for practical purvos The
mX common i-ltch for a r..f i what i.
known a tbr tlurl ritth or isM in' h
' rise to tir f vt. e')d tl. fortr-flv d-gre
I pttih or twtHe Inch ri to the foot.
Care h'jid be taKen In the ccr.'truction
of all roofs t'i.it there are no VKK-ket for
water and Ice to rather in for n'ieh a
(oii.1,t:-n .:r fcrraNly reu.t in a hud loa
in time. fliimneya liould alwava ha-
what is known as a saddle behind them.
when firt put on.
The tile Is made of hakrd . ;y. imthint
the f.inie texture as ery hird fa. e h'ti k.
or terra cctta. and I ke R I other t.ako.1
clav products, withstand the arytnc on
chtions of rllma'e better than any other
material fcnow-n The ti'e roof is a very
e penal e proposition, however, pot onlv
for the matrrtsl Itself, but In ronstiiu tna
th rr f to re-eive it. A rW (.f short span
whi. h would only re)iilre Txl. or ?v r-of
rafters for a ahlnarle roof, would renl-e
at lt :xK roof rafter for a slate or
It is a pood plan to ure as mu-h care
in the construction of the rocf to keep out
the weather as Is used in the outside wall.
If the outside wailn are buk plastered,
or lak papered, the same should be done
to the roof A (Treat deal of co'd comes
down throuah the rocf, the tend"m jr bcln
increased by The fart that co;d air lwas
;Mi iBftttutloo I tb onlr on
la th cfotral wett with ;uirt
t'j!if!!rf .tL.lJ to their cwa
aupie itroutivJt. Tt entirely !.,
tloct and reDderloi it possible to
.lnfifY cases The one balldlot
if-init fitted for nd devoted to tbe
t'ct'.Luent cf BcocoDtaf(;ou( and
nr.mr-'iil disuse, no others
Idc dmit'ed. The other. Rest
Cottme, bein desisnei for and
cexotej to the exclusive treatment
,f eele-t mental cai-a. requiring
tor a time watchful cat and
I l urking.
when 1 -catcd on the slant of the roof, to
shed t!.c water to fither side, instead of I f; s A ffK precaution taken In the
letting the w at' r strike the back of the construction of the roof, to keep the warm
chimney, where it connects with the roof. alr from es-npine. and the cold air from
and w. rk 'ts way praduaily around. entering, will Kon be offset In the aildl-
s;a h.n?la maka a very goou roof, . (na r0st by a savin in heat and fuel.
.provided that the pitch or slant cf the roof s a, addlnn to the comf u-t of those
is fXeep, not less than Ih'.rty-three degrees, ijvinK beneath the roof, whh h Is the es
or ir. other -vnif. sievp er.oJgh for th I fPnt.ai pc.lnt to be considered
! snow u sl.Ce off. and not lay on the roof ' - ar i aer d.es not make a (t-hmI 1 f r
1 and melt and tuen freere Into ce. lor ' n,nt paper for use in any part of tto
slate, winch absorbs some moisture, the.1 ho-se It Is a flmt class paper r.s Ion as
' fme as a.l materials, will not stand much j lt its. but the tar In time evaporate,
freexms. lt Is lack of this precaution ard tnp paper rots, at the same time
hen plar.n.ng the puch of slate roo:. that ' ,nrinkin(C to B consir"erat le extent, so
tesuhs In a number cf slates Si-.al.ng. end . murn that the overlapping is sometimes
some of them coming off entirely each j taken up leaving exposed r'res between
s,r:m. A s ate roof offers the advantage j tn, sheets. These facta seldom become
of beir.; f:rc proof anU ;oo-s well on t ' nidnil until a house Is torn down, or
liame r.jusc :id a t.ie roof on the other , partially altered a few yeRrs after con
hand U tjo heavy In appearance for strui tlon Since the paper used on the out
a frame ho-' ar.d only looks well cn a ,i,i, w alls or roof of a house Is retlly k
home of r-.as-nry e-nstruetlon. There la I small Item of expense, compared to th.
asbesto cement shlr.jle.
Be Ycur Own Doss
tlur mot in picture proposition will
pet immediate results for you e
are top-nou-her in this business and
can let you h.ixe eerythlnR pertm
ing to the motljn plc!ure ente-or'se
'l or wr'te us s" 1 tKen BB IB
ausnrcss roa tottbssit.
Chicago Film Exchange
Basrer eait Iaka City
Scuglas St. Fho Doug. 1S03.
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This ahowa how the engineerins students ,
of the University of Iowa celebrated St.
iuitki umy nere xnoty, aiarcn it, ana
exemplified the adage that tbey have tun-
the students of other departments, who
, an engineer. Startinn with a parade shortly
i after noon Friday, the celebration did not
end until the conclusion of a vaudeville
1 show at the school Friday evening. Ad- show.
I the bulldlna was packed to Its utmost by The Imnoiiiii reremonv
coeted which says that v Patrick was j mission was free to the entire affair and 1 the dubbing of all men
were eager to get a glimpse of the lows
1 engineers' second annual St. Fatrlck's day
of the day war
who have spent
four years la the en.r.ecrinar college as
Knights of St. Patrick, making them kiss
the tlarrey stor.e. and tl-cn pre.-entir.g
thera with diplonu.s cin.fKant of the
an asbestoi cement sn;r.;ie, a vn y ur'
material, which withstands the mo sture.
and is perfectly f.re proof. This can be
sta'ned. and looks very well, giving some
what the sair.o flat appearance as a slate
rocf. ar.d Is a very desirable material.
Veial sr..;.,u! whether a an Imitation of
tile, or anything else, should nver be
used In roof construction. They are very
co.ty when It ra'.na or halls and unless
frequently painted, do not last long. A
tile roof Is the roost desirable of any roof
that may be rut on. There are tile roofs
In existence several hundred years old
that are In as good condition today as
total cost, it is a good Investment to I j:
the very best building paper obtainable 1
the town where the home is llns built
ustna at least two thicknesses of lt.
good strong parer that cannot be easilj
torn by the wind when being put on. I
preferable to weaker grades. When the
paper becomes torn In the bands of t
carpenter. It seldom occurs to him that 1
would be best to waste the torn part. an.
put on a new piece, torn paper meanin
cracks for the weather to get through.
Attain work in connection with the roo
should be of the very best grade, palntct
at least two coats of rust proof paint
TIMELY REAL ESTATE GOSSIP
Harrison Telli of the National Meet
lsvitls coaariTTzi. to ojiaha
LeefaTllIe Me Acetyl aatl Say Tkey
Will Stop Her aa the Way
ta Dearer This
S a sb Met-.
believed the alley will be widened to
At next Wednesday's meeting of the Real
Fetate exchange memorial service will be
held In commemoration of George M. Nat--tinger.
In life a prominent member of the
exchange. A committee at this time will
present a memorial resolution.
T. H. Tipples has purchased from the
la Bhelle Land company a residence on
Twenty-fifth stieet between Hickory
Woolvrorth for 14.150.
The statement that one must go away
from home to find out the news ia prob
ably true." said C. F. Harrison In making
hl report of the recent meeting of the
executive committee of the National Real
Estate association in Louisville. Ky.
"It la also true I think, that one can get
the best opinion of his own city by visiting
other dtiea. I never visit other dtlee but
that I come home with a better opinion of
"Omaha ia unique la many ways and yet
In the race of cities It has not entirety
made good. If I should make a criticism
upon Omaha as a city I would say that
It lacked the co-ordinating element that
seems to be strongly developed in the pro
gressive cities of the country.
"The south la noted for Us hospitality
and we bad opportunity to test lt. Upon
arriving at Louisville we were met by a
delegation of real estate men who whirled
'us away In an auto to the Seelbach hotel.
. which la almost new, costing U, 000,000 and
"The committee spent the entire day In
doing over the business of the organization
which Included preparation for the Denver
conventioo and confirmation of the ap
pointment of committees and other things
which had been done by the president
since the last meeting.
"The Important items paaaed upon at
Ixiulavllle were the appointment of com
mittees for the varloua purposes of the
organisation and the election of a vice
president In the place cf Joseph P. Day
of New Tork, who resigned. Among the
Omaha men who are members of the com
mittees are C. C. George, F. D. Weed and
myself, Mr. Oavaa of Philadelphia was
olected vice president to take the place of
Joseph P. Day. resigned.
"After the business session a banquet
waa tendered by the Louisville exchange
In the Seel bach hotel. At this session, the
secretary read a night telegram from
Omaha inviting the members of the
natloaaJ committee and the Louisville ex
change to be the guests of the Omaha ex
change when en route to Denver next
summer. This Invitation was accepted and
referred to the committee on transporta
tion having the matter In charge.
"Among- the things which seems to me
to be all Important and a reason for bt Id
Ing up and maintaining the national or
ganisation are the standardization of law;
governing real estate and the conveyance
ef real estate, and the standardization cf
values of real estate and the standardiza
tion of methods and ethics of real estate
' men. It la an attempt to put the real
Company to Locate
Its Plant in Omaha
Firm to More Here from Oklahoma
City and Expects a Bif ,
Kangaroo Court in
Jail at Dalton, 6a.
Prisoner Who Kept Kates Awake is
Tried in Due Form and Given
DALTON'. Ga.. March li.-FolloSving a
night of sleeplessness resulting from the
hilarious behavior of one of their mates,
prisoners confined In the local Jail today
organised a court. The offending one was
arraigned with all ceremony, then tried and
convicted of intoxication and disorderly
conduct. He wss fined 25 cents and sen
tenced to the whipping post, where he was
forced to strip his back to twenty-five
Joseph Conley. president of the Conley
Incinerator and Manufacturing company,
formerly of Oklahoma City, la In Omaha
to complete his plans for engaging In
business here. In speaking of his reasons
for coming to Omaha. Mr. Conley said:
"I am attracted to Omaha by its favor
able central location and excellent manu
facturing and railroad 'acuities. We are
organizing under the laws of Nebraska
with a capital stock of l;uu... paid up.
We expect to do a yearly business of about
that volume. All of our goods will be
made right hre, through the plant of the
.... w . .nr j u deQ oppCrtunlty for a flour
eighth and Leavenworth streets. TVs will filler who wants to make a cUe and
mean the employment of about seventy- get into a lew country where opportunity
five men for this department. Seventy-five i 'oom '" 4 """Lf! at-E HI3
. , ., . . i rnent ef tue country WILL UAka ilia
of our portable incinerators are now In use fXiRTUNE KOR HIM.
by the I'nlted States army, and we are - Buhl. Idaho. Is the market point for
In eorresDOndence with manv forelrn rov- I .00 acres Carey Act land; the richest
ernments. We have seventeen outfits In
Honolulu and five in the Philippines
-A 3 1
The officers of ths reorganized com pen.
are Joseph Conler. president and chief
engineer; A. C. Pratt, vice president: I. J.
Dunn, secretary ; KdW. Beaten, treasurer,
and Leo Grotte. manager. Offices will tu
maintained at Fifteenth and Burt streets.
tig lie turns.
is the Head to
(land that lies out of door. mere is
cheap electric power gainea irvm -
falL of the Snake river. There are oceans
of farm produce of every deacriptforu
Everything Is favorable. Please W RIT
aiE AT ONCE. . ,
Tou can eatisfv yourself about
this If you will write to me at once. I
ran send yeu a booklet showing Jt ST
WHAT THIS SECTION HAS TO DB
PEND ON; lust WHAT IT WILL DO
FOR TOt". write for the book. It costs
nothing and may mean a fortune to yoa.
O. X- McQUOK-jr, Beoretary BOTKI CO!
KXKOXAX. CXtTn. SwaL laaae.
lF . I' l!ii .'i!il .'lil'M'lU'ri'l 1 l'"l'""l .11-1 a-"""
feif n!:!;:ii:-:'LiM;;iMhiiA j;
estate business on a higher plane and give
It greater efficiency, both of which wi-' I
be helpful, not only to the real estate ron '
inemseivea, but to the community wt:.h
The men In charge cow are doing more
or less pioneering, put lt is In the Sop j
that It may be or real value to thoe wh
will carry on the organization In t.".a f j- I
Real estate men declare that the United '
Utatea Steel corporation is one of two big
concerns looking for a new site in the
new jobbing district from Fourteenth and
Jackson streets ea?t to Eleventh street,
where the In ion Pacific has bought for a '
r.ew freight terminal.
It has been rumored, with cons.derab'.e
tajis of fact, that Omaha was one of the
ciUee decided upon by the steel corpora
tlon for one of Its new warehouses. Uut'l
now tittle definite has been heard along
thts line. It Is declared that the corpora
tion will want fully a half b ock. Other
ef 1U warehouses are established now at
Ivenver, Seattle. Minneapolis and Nsw
Orleans. Though there are many available
sites, one la said to be just west of the
Tlie I'bioa Pacific, which recently bought
the Greene horwealioelng and the Sternberg
blacksmith shop properties on Fourteenth
between the alley and Jones for Sli.".
has begun to build toward the new dis
, trlct. starting from Its lower tracks a spur
at Thirteenth street at the lumber yards
It proposes to go up Fourteenth street to
the alley and then turn In tbe alley.
Henry tc Allen have bought a site for aa
implement warehouee In that dletrut and
euitr projects are under proceea. It is
Tie nighest type of happiness If
reached by bavin, children in the
home; but the coming; of th little
ones is often attended with appre
hension and dread. Mother's Friend
it used by the expectant mother in
preparation of the ordeal, carries
her through the crisis with safety.
This STt remedy assists nature in all necessary physical changes of th sys
tem, affords bodily comfort during- the period of waiting, and preserves ths
symmetry of form after baby cornea The penetrating and soothing qualities of
Mother's mend allays nausea, prevents caking cf ths breasts, and la every
wsy contributes to strong, healthy
motherhood. Mother's Friend is
sold at drug stores. Writs for our
free book containing valuable infor
mation for expect ant mothers.
BSADrUXD ESQTJUzTOX CO,
The only large office vacant
v There is but on: large office
vacant. This testifies that
tenants are well satisfied in
The Bee Building
Room 320 is one of the choice curuer office to much
sought alter. A corner office vrith windows on two
fides is always oooi ia suuiiner, and is light us well as
airy. There is a vault In eonnettion bi h gives more protec
tion to valuable papers, etc. Ask to see thia office. Will make
same suitable for tenant and the space ran be divided into
three good rooms ivr month aio.oo
Xew EUvatort are now leinj installed.
The Bee Building Co.
Be Das inc. a Office. 17th and Famam Sts.
OU'LL never have to
"cast sheep's eyes" at
for they're all ivooL
This lends life and springiness
to the fabrics. The tailor can
pur the most style into them
and you will get the most
wear out of them.
V w Tr"TJ nnrtt y i .1
iun-Ai 1 wioincs
breathe the rollicking
spirit of youth. The
patterns are so thttry , that
you won't weary of them. The
tailoring is true all thrtugh. The styles are
head and shoulders ahtad of the
conventional You will SJte them,
I :H'' I ruA A-!W! because they are unlike others.
They have poise without pose and
they radiate the richness and
refinement of "clubdom."
Apply for "HIGH-ART" Clothes at your
dealer' s and make sure that you are supplied
with the genuine by looking for the Lbet in
the breast-pocket of the coat.
A bookful of Spring and Sum
mer Fashions is;r for a simple
postcard request. Just address
STROUSE & BROS.
jf ALACE CLOTHING CO .
r,.r. 14th and kugUs Sts.
Stars and Stripes Bottled Beer
The only leer brewed from pure spring water oo the
market. Order a case for your borne and get the best
A beer just suited to quaff at borne a night-cap for tbe
aociable evening a refreshing draught for the late cupper
a delightful glass to sip under the evening lamp. Stars
end Stripes is a foaming, sparkling beverage for the keen
palate for the connoisseur.
llave a Case Delivered to Your Dome
eJ. S CROSS
1402 Douglas Street
Telephones Douglas, 1333; ladrptndnt, A-13Q3
WILLOW SPRINGS BREWING CO.
It's the purest,
It's the best.
For your guest
"THE BEER YOU LIKE i!,
3224 S. 24th Street
Big Returns From
irrigated Fruit Land
in Spokane Valley
Boll Is -a deep black loam
with trareUy subsoil. affordlDa:
food drainaca and warmth la
which crops mature early.
Bearing orchardj all around
us worth $1,000 to $3,000 an
acre. Ours will be worth as
much In a fe years. Irriga
tion system thoroughly well
built and belongs to the land
ownors. Also separate domes
tic water supply.
Del!gL'v-:l climate, good
roads, nearby markets and
t ran accc tin-en ts.1 railroads.
Pest Fa ts Irrigated Tracts
Are on troi ry llr.o only !4 mtlM
Irom Spukc ia cliy of lOVOCm
ikI t luiies from i.mur d Aien.
ml & and 10 acra at our low
prlt-ea miiJ ry irn. im your, 1
chanua If you WcUit to be lnde- i
Hm plttce to live and rear a I
Auk fi.r li.M.kle: lfi. by mU. a
Jan -s A. -VclJine A -ommny. r
New No. (3 Vrt Washington St..
4or, Surague Ae.. Spokane. Vh.
500 Bushelsof Po
tatoe& to the Acre
w u u auw Uifc uiaLwa are
X 1js kUtpic x'ulAlLXzt are
kuia. iu luarfceu fluctuate
kry mue on yuiatues. Ana If
cu have tiuou potatoe yoj
CAN ALWAVb yiSU A MAK
tUU i HEM. Xhis Is Ue
luost reiuarkabie potato country
In ALL 1 UK WOKLD. The
bnake Kiver Valley baa beta
known to produce EIGHT HUN
UKt.Lt AND riKTlf JJUSHELd
OK fOTAlOLS TO THU ACKfaL
You can UAlaE I'OTATOKo l.
THiS VALLEY. KAIia THEM
SD GET VIONEY VOR THEil.
W rite tJ ua about tbla. We have
th isoet tiaodaoaiely Illustrate!
tMait written about mis. Itm
1 W IN FAXaB IttACf Itt uiiU.
tru lilnuu. iat u been iriutJ
lor a ivt4 tu. it la uiiguiy la
tuiiuina, too. IT la rhLti
VSa. MILL 6..Mj O.Sa. tut-It
lO Tub iV tou' W ki.Lt JLt
Wit lit A POalAL CAltf Ax
htur US' till a. IODaI.
J. E. WHITE
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO.
1SI TOO OOIVO TO SOT XULVOT No
farmer nui.ia ti.ink of bulmc a liom
U-foi M-eirg a copy u our journal It
lias lnil. any pruprty and atocaa of
ICuoala adwrrtlae.l In It from every atate
j in ti.a urion. mt ti.at you ii find juii
I hat you In in coluinna It rat-ne
I t,'0 r(i'1 i rai li lenjf Advariian.c
lilri, ;t- pt-r aori. r-ni ic tor i munun
1ii1 kuliMTi'ii"n. lt 1U t ttopisvd at
tiia.end uf .' ni!.a uiU-a you iei.
Ill Journal. Tr?r. loa
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Um Uwlla fee tear.
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