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THE OMAHA SUNDAY -BEE: JANT7ARY 21. 1912.
The Little Busy Bees
Their Own Page
HE letter from the Busy Beea to their Children's page poured
in at such a rate last week that the hoys and firls must not
be disappointed it they do not see their atorlea today, aa only
those that came' in first could be printed this Sunday. But
the letters will be in the paper next Sunday.
The Busy Bees' letters show that the cold weather doea
mot interfere at all with their good time, and that It does not keep them
, from writini very Interesting letters about their doings.
i' " Today we have many new Bees. They are from four different slates
: Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin ao4 Colorado. The new Bees are:
r Edith Smith. Malvern, la. . -
Mollie Blacker. .Omaha.
- - Red Side Anna Marie. Kruse. Avoca, Neb.; Rolande Estey. Yutan,
Neb.; Wllma Crawford. Meeker, Colo.
T Blue Side Anna Klalorec, Ashland, Wis.; Anna Kivett, Creston. Ia.;
; Valeria Rohr, Omaha; Boyd Crawford, Meeker, Colo.; Alice Slaven, Omaha.
The prizes today are for stories written about animals one about
:a squirrel, written by Beatrice Neale; the other about two little pups,
rirritten by Katherine Holberg.
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Little Stones by Little Folk
&TJLES FOR Y0U5G WEITHtS
1. Write plainly ea one side of
the paper ealy aaa Bunker the
a Use sea sag lax, net pen
cil. . abort u4 pouted articles
will k gives preference. Pe an
ase eves aao wares.
4. Orltiaal etories eg letters
ealy wtu ka seed.
a. Write yaw aaaes, age aa
aaetese at the top of the first
, rust sad aeeoad prlaao of books
will ko eivea lor the tat twa coa.
trlkatloaa ta this paa each week.
Adereee all eonunsleetloue ta
Oassha baa, Omaha, pros.
. ' (Fir Prla.; . I
E True Story of a Squirrel.
iy.. Beatrice Neel. Aged IS Year. Mi
: South Twaoty-nlnth Street. Omaha.
Z ijux. summer than was a family of
3Muirrl living In a tree In eur yam.
Srbere was tha father, mother and three
3eMe. Their home was In a box that
3ia4 been put In tha tree. The Squirrels
tthered leaves, and bark from the troea
3B4 put them In tha box to make their
3iame. . . . ...
5 One day when the Utile squirrels ware
i' few weeks old they were piaythf out
lde tha box and one tumbled to tha
5rrouad. Ha was not hurt, but fright
ened. ', Whan hla .mother mlaMd him aha
jwsat down the tree and found him. ft he
anok him by the back of tha neck with
yr mouth and carried him bark up tha
3rt. I think attar that ha was more
3 ireful when playlnc up a tree.
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I ; (Second Prise.) r
5 i - ' Two Little Pnpi. ....
3y KSIhartna Holbeig, ait V Hi reel,
S I South Omaha. Blue tide.
- As I want throuab tha slsbla yard tha
"btbar Heroine, what do you 111 Ink I aaw?
;hy. (we of tha cunjilngest Utile puppies
smaglnable. They ware poking their
e4da.out at tha kennel la the eaudeet,
anoet ineutsttlve sray. and one of them
aid ta me, "Bow-wow!" , wbleh' t took
3a mean good morning, so I anawtted him
Jary politely, and beefed leave to make
la acquaintance. Ha waa very kind to
tea and let ma pat hla sort, allky bead.
nd introduced ma to bis brother, who
turned ant te be quite a jolly fellow la
-efnta of hla demure looks. ev we had a
jolly roufb and tumble romp Until tha
breakfast bell rang and I had to so In,
S , (Honorable Mention.)" ' .
was ready to atart he took her by tha
hand and led her home. The child waa
adopted and she lived with there happy
aver afterwards, -
Hy Adventure in Chicago.
By William Tampan. 341 South Twenty-
, sum street. Blue Bloc.
' One lata morning last summer while I
waa In Chicago. 1 went out walklnc to
et an Men of the city. '
Aa I waa standing and gating on a
torn In a house, because elie was too fal corner where three streeta meet, a young
te climb up. We started cllmwng ana; man Inquired of me. where Cleveland
n Doim Hill en a Trtrtltr.
sfoIHe Blacker, Aged' IV tears. I OS
North Tweaty-eecond 8 treat, Omaha,
f Tugging at a travels wa boys and girls
reached the summit et ia weep bUI.
After resting tra settled dawn 'upon the
traveler and It was pushed off. .
' The traveler sped dowa the (laesy hill
'Ilka an drrev ah from a bow Gaining
apaed It flaw peat bouaee and trees, until
It came te a bump, bounded Into the air.
.came down again, and sped oo. . Tba
keen wind scorched our freaen cheeks,
jack rraat bit eur toes, but the traveler
kept Its ceuraa. Now It slowed down as
the brake had been put on. and. We wars
ireverec with a spray of enow., , ,
: At the end et eur Journey we found
that a log blocked tha snowy l-osd.' Try.
ing to psaa over it the traveler, turned
turtle. Wa aire now ell In one maaa,
atrasillng te get eut. w.ilch wa Succeeded
In doing at last. With the exception of
-a few bruleee and ecrati hee we were on.
hurt. As sooa as tha sled waa straight.
;ned and wa had rested, we atarted up
" " Her Choioe. ' '
iBy Itebrrra Bernov.ta. Aed II Tears,
. Ml? rarnam Blreer, omShS. .
S "Dorthy, do you know tomorrow te
N'ew Year's and vour tenth Mrthdavr
"Oh. veal I almost fonrot." '
ft "Tee are my only child and I know you
5re lonesome sometimes. i you snay have
Taa orphan for your sister er fit for a
fotrtbdey party." .'. . .
K "Mother. I cannot tell you. I will wait
31H tomorrow." t ,
"Then go to the grocer nod get some
tnitter," aald the mother.'
J "All right, motber." and Dorthy ran
Eto wrap herself up. .
The grocer wsl about twa eloeks away.
the etoSetd the street when the saw a
pltOe girl crying. She did not have a coat
-nor bonnet and waa shivering. - ,
t "Have j-ou any parentar' silted Dorthy.
"No," was tha answer.
Z "Than eome and be my slater, for I am
he aaly child aad lonesome much of the
5 Dorthy wrapped some of ber clothing
r round tba orphan and ran Home, for.
. jrettlng tie butter. 8 he hurr edly dreaaed
She child, for aha waa about her else.
"Mother! mother! eome here quirk."
Iter mother was eurnrtxd while Dorthy
Spald, "This Is my choice, mother."
"Tew have eheeen wttetv." f ld the
nether, "and nhnll have a party Sim."
2 Moral: Klndnees la alwaye rewarded.
. My Viiit te the Ear Ctfflp.
'3iy Anna Marie Kruoe. Ased 11 Years.
S . Avoca, Ca Count i, Aebraeka.
Z ' Red Mr.
One dky In Juni m friend and her
peters sad I went about four Mka In
-the meadow to a hay camp We started
thbeut one o'clock la the afternoon. On
roer way wa had to crore a large wooden
Sartdge. Tha river It croeeed waa the South
rPiatta, which runs through Putherland-
xhat was the town where we lived. On
Zixm skie of the bridge asa a, little, iaiaad
Mia it grew pretty wild roeea and poieoe
We soon had te torn Inta a gate which
rjed ua Into tha meadow. We were bow
eaty ana-halt smie from tha camp.
T My Mend'a father tv tha hay land.
They bad a large gascUna angina which
; runa the hay baler. The men juet before
: pat ting la the bay stick In long pieces
-of wire. Then tha wire fastens e round
-the hay; a maa then Has It with pinch
ers. Tba bay thea tails out- ea-a plat
form, and la now ready for shipping.
We got home at aa:t past five." T an a
new bee. I hope ta see say letter to the
my brother and cousin were tha first up.
On the top It la very Mat. and that Is
Where It gels its. name. It took us a
long time to get down, aa wa had to walk
along a path that Is around the mountain.
When we got down my grandma met
us and we started for home.
Heuitadt on the Hirdt, Germany.
By Alfred Mayer, Bed Hide. Omaha, e.3
Wa are now In Neustsdt oa tha Ilardt,
a little town In the midst of Ull moun
tain - In this little towa there are many
ancient landmarks such as great old
churches., quaint old housea on tha side
of Utile streams, and. In all, tha towa la
There are schools for boys and girls.
each going te a different one. Tnoro la
a public school while there la one where
you must pay. They de not have lady
teachers as we do, they oaly have men
teachers and some are very mean.
In this little town Is a bathhouse
Where you can go In and swim and hare
a abower bath for very little money.
It la very pleasant to take a walk
amoat the cool mountains sad to hear
the birds sing.
Ia the center of the city is a beautiful
rose garden where the rosea grow so
high that they seem Ilka small trees.
One day while we were resting In the
hotel a party -of friends ssked us to tske
a , walk up to Maxburg. twelve miles
away. Maxburg Is an old ruin of the
war of IK where the French wen a vic
tory over the Germans.
Wa decided te aft. Wa then made our
lunch. At I o'clock w suited oat. When
we bed wslked about five miles we
ware tired, so as stopped beside a small
At length we reached Maxburg. We
were all' vary hungry, so we ate lunch.
After lunob wesssallsdewound tha old
castle. Wa cams to a small Iron post.
We saw aa Iron chart upon It pointing
out towns sod rivers..
. Betty. Visit
By Fern Thornton, saw m years, Kalr
bury. Neb., let? Fifth street. Blue side.
Betty was a Utile girl who lived In the
city. Her father waa a wealthy banker
who had lost his wife but a short time
ago. . -
ttetty'e v father had a sister who had
lately been living In the city, but had
moved to the country. Hetty received
a letter from her aunt Inviting Betty
to visit her a month. Betty was de
lighted with the Invitation.
Her father consented to let her go.
Betty had her clothes packs and took
the doll she liked beet. When she ar
rived st tha station, her aunt waa there
te meet her in a buggy,
As Sooa aa she arrived at her aunt's
home she ate dinner. After dinner she
went out with the hired maa to water
the horses. There was one pony named
Dixie, which waa to be here during ber
visit. She tode for soma time on Dixie,
but she wanted to see tha rest of tha
pets so she left Dixie In his stabni.
(She next went with ber aunt te hunt
eggs and she sooa knew every neat so
she could hunt the eggs all by herwlf.
As she maa going to the shed to get
soma wood for ber aunt next day she
raw a dog with three little puppies lying
together. Betty thought those dogs were
When Betty's visit wss ever she prom
ised ber aunt she would eome back and
sea ber again for shs never had aaloyed
a visit aa much as she bad this one.
By Thelme Welle, Aged t Tears. ISOt II
Street, South Omaha. Bed Side.
Wa went ta a picnic last summer. Our
cousins came In and went with. us. We
went to Pyndkssie park. Before lunch
my coubu and I went sfter some water.
When we came back eur lunch was
ready. There were a tot of people there,
it waa the church picnic, '
After lunob we went after some shells.
When we got sll the shells we wanted
We ran races. My face got ao red. It
avenue was situated. I answered promptly
saying, "As I am a stranger here. I am
not able to answer your question."
He then said. "I guess Its down there."
pointing In the direction which I had
started to follow. Without any farther
conversation we walked down the street
HS was a peculiar man. He waa pol
ished and his clothes were clean, fashion
able and tidy. He waa nice appearing
and good looking, but the way ha spoke,
tha words he used, tha way that he ex
pressed himself and something In his
fare led me to be suspicious.
He resumed the conversation by asking
"are you an athlete?"
I, rather surprised, answered, "I have
been In one athletic meet."
Putting his arm over my shoulders he
complimented me about being stout, but
his real object la doing this wss to feet
of my Inside coat pocket. When he had
done this, he artfully managed to feel
of my hip pockets.
Heemlngty satisfied with his Investiga
tion of my pockets ha Invited me to
go down town with him. I courteously
answered, "my uncle will take when
ever I with to go."
By this time we had wslked two blocks.
I began to fear that this pickpocket
would lead ma to some dark alley
where ha could easily rob me.
Trying to leave him as soon as possible.
I said, "I must go home for It Is dinner
Leaving me ha said. "I hope to meet
For what happened next Imagine a tri
angular block. I met tha pickpocket at
one eorner from which wa walked to an
other when I left him. He, then walked
to the third corner and started toward
our meeting place. As t noticed this I
did the same, retracing the path he
and I had followed. I ran as fast as
I could ao aa to beat htm there. On
reaching the place, almost exhausted, 1
told the story briefly to a cop, and I had
no mora than finished then the pick
pocket appeared. The policeman seised
him snd gsva him a cool ride through
the streets of Chlesgo.
A Sled Race.
By Arthur W. Muen. Axed 13 Venn, WS
North Irvine;. Fremont, Neb.
John Peterson and - Henry Fonlham
were going to race on the P. O. hill at
M o'clock Saturday morning. Saturday
morning brought thirty or forty people
te the hill to see tha race. The rules
were to be: Turn tha corner quick; at
each hurdle leap it and throw or tosa
your sled over; prise, a gold watch.
John brought a big clumsy sled named
Butterfly, but Henry's waa a light, low
and long sled named Bessy, after hla
The judges were Judge Johnson and
Mayor Clmaon. As the pistol was shot
John was off, but Henry slipped snd did
not get such a good start. But he waa
up with John at the first hurdle. Right
after tha first - hurdle came a curve.
John was hit on the hand with some Ice,
making him leave hold of tha rope. Then
he ran Into a snowbank at tha second
hurdle. Henry waa over first, with John
two yards behind. As they shot out on
tha lake they wars even, but when they
reached the third hurdle Henry was
again behind, this lima ten feet. Now
they only had tin feet to go, and It was
all down hill work, so when John reached
the 140-foot Una Henry waa two feet be
hind. At the tape Henry waa winner
by about two or three Inches.
A Little Story.
By Anna Kralovec, aged 11 years, Ash
land. Wis.. R. R. Box 51 Blue side
Marlon was looking eut of the window.
It waa very gloomy outside. Everything
waa still snd seemed to be at rest.
As she was still looking out of the
window she fell asleep and was awakened
by someone calling to ber, "Wake up
kid, are you going to sleep all day!"
Marlon opened her ryes sad to her
surprise there stood her s!ster Ruby
before the biasing fire.
"Ruby, how did you get home? Why
It has been raining all morning."
And her sister becani
was about tha warmest day In summer, i -our teacher. Mr. Lewis, took us out
' Our Tiiit to Table He :k.
My Rata Tord. Aged 13 Tears. S3 North
Viae Street. Creston. Ia- Blue Side.
, When we were la Denver we went te
' aae Table Reek, which Is a small saoua
- lata teas-Man salles trees Dearer.
We first left ay grandma at the bot
e's pOayed la tha water, too. Wa got
potlywogs snd atones. We ran all over
tha pats. -
Then my cousla and I went where wa
iiad eaten our luncb and got soma Ira
off tha Ice cream freeter. We rubbed the
lee all ever eur faces. We got some
mora lea and put It In our handkerchiefs.
Then we raa races again. Whenever
we got bet we rubbed the Ice ever our
A big girl took our pictures. We were
standing by the fence. After aha took ours
she took the boys' pictures. Toward night
It atarted to rata and we bad ta hurry
How Kary Gale Became Happy.
By Anna It I vet t, IK North Cherry street.
Creston, la. Age It veers.
Once a little x-irl named Manr Gala had
Wea living aloes for three weeks at!Bs mother a years subscription to
the point of starring and treealng. She i Tle Bee. This gave K, la something to
had beea left alone for three weeks by jreed. but there were no stories In It
the death, of . ber .mother. Her father I One Sunday, looking over The Bee.
had beea dead tor five weeks. 'she discovered tha Busy Beea page. Ib-
- One day an .agent -cene to the bouse I st sally shs saw In the rules that books
of tba little poor girt and went In. Hejwers given aa prist. She at once wrote
was showing tba pictures te the little 'a story and. to ber oy. woa first prise.
tH and asked her If she would like to 1 She kept op writing stories and seta as
buy any. The little girt replied: "Oh naay books as ste wishes for.
yes. I would help yaw but I have only I
a quarter and that woe't keep me tone, j .
My father snd mother ere dead and 1 1 Story Of Biros, v
don't know what te do." Br Rosa Back ore, XM South Leroy Street.
Ha sat there for a while and made up! I eras looking eut of the window one
hie mind he would take her borne witkiwrntry day and saw some birds flying
him and would adopt , her. After ebejlnai tree te tret, but aoUunc to eat
for a picnic which waa held on Madeline
"You won't have te go back to school
bow, do your
"Oh. silly goose. Of course I do. I
! will go tack la a week from bow."
That night they had a great time for
many of the farmer girls csme to see
How Ella Earned Her Books.
By Ruth Weeks, Aged U Tears, XB Kug-
gles Street. Omaha. B'ue Bide.
Ella was a girl I year old. She Just
loved to read, but ber mother waa poor,
lust earning enough by her eewlng to
keep Hla la school, so she waa unable to
buy Elta many books.
Bia had read an her hooks over and
over again, but she loosed for mere.
Christmas came and a kind friend gave
could they find. How cold and hungry
they must be. So I decided tnat 4 would
make a few baskets and fill them wltn
crumbs. After I had made them I put
them out on the barn on the boxes. Thea
I looked out of the window. What could
be seen? A group of birds waa there. It
made me happy in my heart. When I
aaw them I said. "I will put more crumbs
out for them to eat."
I am a new Bee.
A Hew Year ' Birthday Party.
By Etta Phler. Aged 13 Years. 5H South
Tenth Street, Omaos. Red Side.
One day Dr. Burke came In the sitting
room where Sammy was playing with
but toys, saying very slowly, as If weigh
ing each word, and looking very grave,
"I hot' my little son will not forget his
Sammy stared at his father, not know
ing what all this meant.
A while after Dr. Burke said, "Sammy,
didn't you Vnow Monday is your blrthday
and you will be years old?"
When Sammy heard this he Jumped
for Joy. for be knew that hla father would
let him have a party. Sunday, at dinner
Mrs. Burke made some of the prepara
tions. After dinner she aald to Sammy
he could invite as msny friends as he
At 1 o'clock Monday afternoon fourteen
children arrived. They played a few
gainee and sang songs.
Mrs. Burke called the children down to
luncheon. . When they were through Dr.
Burke came with a new C bill, saying.
"Which child is the oldest?"
A boy whose name was Edward John
son spoke up and Dr. Burke gave him
the money for the theater.
Tile children were wrapped warmly by
Mrs. Burke. It was about o'clock
when they went home. They declared
they had a lovely time.
This is a true story.
The Winning of a Busy Bee.
By E. Robert KrsJy. Oakdale, Neb.
" Lo, Joe! going to the Busy Bee pic
nic?" The-speaker was a bright, brown-eyed
boy of summer. . His name waa Ken
neth Wilder. The one spoken to la a
boy of the same age, but not what you
would call bright,- nor pleasant.
"imnno. Might," was . the - surly
The boys parted, one In a careless
mood, the other In a thoughtful mood.
"Joe Miller will go If there Is sny
possibility of gating him." muttered
Kenneth. He stopped and poised In a
thoughtful way. "I know," he said, "he
like Ruth Houston pretty welt and I'll
sew her." i
So ha turned and walked back down the
street until he found Ruth.
"Hallo. Mtse Ruth." he said, "you're
going to the picnic I suppose?"
"Sure," waa tha answer.
"Good. Now you go to Jos and ask
him to come with you. He won't go
So Ruth did and so Joo was at the Pic
"I've' Joined this hive snd I vole we
make Ruth queen and Kenneth king."
he said. . i - . s . v
v- "v., : .
' X Trip to Pack: Saddle.
By Qordnn Netltiam, Aged 1 . Years,
1 1 Clara, Idaho. Blue Side.
' Four of my frlcndi and myself went
to Pack Saddle. There were two girls
and two boys, who went after huckle
berries. Ws started August 14 we went
at 11 We got to the berries very
soon. We would stop end rest to eat
berries. . We were resting once and we
saw some grouse. Wa killed five.
We got, to a place about dark to camp.
We cooWrd supper on a campftre. It was
cold that nlglit, so we got up early. We
had breakfast and left camp and went
to Pack Saildle. We got there at
o clock. Hi wrote our names In a can
on top of the mountain.
We went bark to camp. We got lost
and had to hunt for camp for about one
We then started home. We went down
the canyon. We did not have enough to
eat We got down In tha valley about 5
o'clock. The girls had to go In overalls.
and we had our pictures taken when wa
Pack Saddle Is till tret higlK It Is the
highest peak of the Bitter Root range.
By kther Zalkovltch, Aged IS Tears. U3
South Tenth Street, Omaha,
It waa summer and I went out' In the
country for a few weeks' vacation. When
I had this adventure, which you will
soon know, I wss hi Oakland, Cel.. and
the little country town where I took my
vacation waa Smith villa.
There were two or three girls with me
aad ws were going up the hill to pick
some wild . flowers. We were having a
gay time going down that hill, when sud
denly we saw a bull coming up the road
about ten yards away from us, and I had
on a red dress. Imagine, If you can, my
1 began to lose courage, but that
would not save my life, no I made up my
mind t. be brave. I ran swiftly to the
house and got there in a minute. It
seemed so to me. I never did go up that
hill asaln. ,
. In the Bitch.
One day when I waa comlug home we
is a little Ire In the ditch by the aide
of the road. I slid dowa the bank onto
the Ice. The day waa rather wsrm and
the ground where there waa no Ice waa
soft. I was) walking on the Ire when 1
came to a place where there waa no Ice
and t could not Jump over Where there
waa a Utile ice, so I concluded I would
hbve to walk across the eeft ground. It
waa not very pleasant and when I waa
right between the two patrbea of lee I
sank clear In up te my shoe tope tend I
wear those high top shoes!. I grabbed
weeds that grew en the bank and H sur
prised me, for they held. I got eut of
the ditch aa sooa as possible and walked
on the road the rest of the wsy.
A Little School.
By Rolande Estey, age 11 years. Yutan.
; Neb. Red aide.
The other- day we went to school. There
were only eight pupils and the teacher
That day we played fox-and-geese and
snow ball and we walked on snow drifts.
Oh. my. we hsd lots of fun.
My playmate, Elmer Zaugy. and I made
a snow maa and we snow-balled It and
knocked It aU to pieces.
When noon came my dinner was froxen
so that I had to thaw It out.
This Is my first story. I hope you
will like It I have read stories of the
Busy Bees end I like them very well.
Bv Ardath Margaret McBrlde, Aged
Years, Twenty-second snd K Streets,
Dear Busy Beea I am going to tell
you what I got for Christmas. I got a
doll and doll-bed, dishes, story book, a
box of candy, ten handkerchiefs, a silk
box, two pairs of hair ribbons.
This vacation I made some doll clothes
for her. I think I will name my doll
Ethel. She Is a very pretty doll. 8he
haa pretty hair. She is a Jointed doll.
I have two dolls and a buggy and bed. I
do nqt want any more doll things.
. How Buck Got the Name.
By Edith Smith. Aged 11 Years, Box it.
Malvern. Is. '
Buck Is our little colt. He Is months
One day when papa went out to feed
him be had a pall of water In hla hands.
The colt laid his eara back and kicked
the pail out of papa's hand, splashing the
water up bis sleeve. Ever since then
when papa goes to reed him the colt lays
his ears back as If he were going to kick
snd buck. And this Is how the colt got
Her First Letter to Bees.
Dear Editor: As this ia the first letter
I have written to the Children's page
I wish to Join the blue side. I go to the
Clifton Hill school and am In the second
grade.' My teacher's name Is Miss Todd.
Hoping to see my letter in print I will
close. Tours truly, VALERIA ROHR,
Aged S Tears, 433S Ersklne Street.
Omaha, . 1
By Louvesta Lawless, 4139 l.ake r treat.
Omaha. Age 11 years.
Mary ia a little girl about eight years
old. One day her mother went to town
and left her little girl In nurse's rare.
Mary was sure her mother would bring
her a doll. Shs waited patiently for
her return, but when she did come, Mary
didn't receive any doll.
Mary aald, "I will not be so sure again."
Joins the Bees.
Dear Editor: I would like to Join the
Busy Bees. I read the Busy Bees' page
every Sunday and am very Interested la
H. I in II years old and am In the
Fourth A at school. I go to Train
school. . My teacher's 1 name is Miss
House. Tours truly, ERMA CRAIO,
4Si Poppleton Avenue, Omsha, Neb.
HER MAJESTY INTO HER OWN
Despite Amy QaewtlM ws te
Wesaaa'a Aae, This Barely Is
- Wesjas'i lie. -
It may be difficult to ten what Is a
woman's age. observe the Philadelphia
Record, but unquestionably v this Is It.
Men's colleges, into which women nave
made their way., have to drive them -out
again la order to give the men a chance
at graduation honors. From the pulpit
and the bar down to the coal mine and
the Iron furnace women are doing what
used to be regarded aa men's work. The
literature of the day Is overwhelmingly
feminist la Its character, and very much
or it la the work of women. Men are being
told things about women that It waa not
deemed proper for their fathers to know,
and as for themselves, they are being
hown up without remoree.
Within a few days illustrations of the
feminist revolutldn, physically and In
tellectually, have become public. Man Is
destined to lose even his physical superi
ority. The superintendent of a horpftsl
In Boston, where three thousand babies
are bora annually, says: "We have no
ticed that girl babies are getting taller
and that they are appearing in this
world lately with more real vitality
than formerly. The boy babies continue
on the average, both In weight and
height" . .
The tiled Head
Is seen when liver Inaction sjul hn.i
stoppage flies before Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the' easv resulatm- v.r
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
A Skin T.gh.emar
to Reduce Wrinkles
(From Popular Medicine.)
In beauty, culture, aa la the treat men!
of disease, the tendency nowadays Is tt
seek tha removal of causes, rather thai
to treat symptoms er effects. In tb
matter of wrinkles, for Instance, wa know)
that the lines or furrows ars caused b
the skin becoming loose in places, so l
doea. not perfectly tit the flesh beneath,
The skin then "wrinkles" or sags. Natur
ally the proper thing to do is te tlgntea
the skla-soake if lit then there's n
room for Unas, wrinkles and folds, and ,
no surplus skin to sag or bag. '
The beat known formula for the purpose.
Is: Saxoilte, 1 ox. In H pint witch baxeL
I'se as a wish lotion. The effect is trulj
remarkable, especially as results are Im.
mediate. Ask the druggist for the pow
dered 1 saxoilte, which dissolves mors
quickly than any other form. Adr.
If you suffer, call or write me at enc
and learn of something you will be grate
ful for the rest of your life. J. G. air.
Bride. University Piece, Lincoln, Nei.
. THE OMAHA BEE
! prints clean news nud clean ad
The Doctor's Answers On.
Health and Beauty Questions
By Dm. X.I WIS BAKU.
The questions answered below are general In char
acter: the symptoms or diseases are given and the an
swers will apply to any ca3 of similar nature
Those wishing further advice, free, may address Dr.
Lewis Baker, College Bldg., College-Cllwood Bta, Day
ton, Ohio, enclosing aelf-addressed, stamped envelope
for reply. Pull name and addreae muat be given, but
cnly Initials or fictitious name will be used In my en
aaera. The prescript ions ran be filled at any well
' stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of whole
PRATTLE OF THE YOUHGSTEHS.
Small Sadie startled the guests at a
dinner whea a finger bowl was placed
before her by asking: "Mamma, Where's
A fond mother while esresslng her little
daughter, aged t. said: "Lola, what
makes you so sweet?"
I dees God spiided some sugar in my
dust," waa the unexpected reply.
"Now, boys," queried the teacher, "who
csn tell me anything about the dead
They are languages, thdt were killed
by being studied too hard," answered the
boy at the foot of the class.
"Papa was very polite at dinner." ob
served small Margie, "la serving the
ladles ha ssld 'dressing.' because they like
to dress, but In serving the gentlemen he
called it 'stuffing.' bees use they always
want so much t eat."
8etimesU Wtt.'e.r Mercy, little
are you Seeing wa.ii that child?
The Little Joy Mt. New. I ain't fight-
In wit' him. What'a eatln youee? He's
me sperrln partner.
'What is your name, little boy?" duelled
the street ear conductor of a small pas
senger who waa traveling alone.
Willie Jones," was the reply. "What's
your name?" , -
"John Wood," answered the conductor.
Wood!" exclaimed the little fellow.
Why I thought wood was a noncon
Richest Baby In the 'World.
Vincent Valsh McLean of Washington.
D. C. Is heir to a good deal more than
B.we.OT: In tact, the title of "million-
dollar baby" has been given him merely
for abort. On both his father's side and
his mother's he Is heir to vast fortunes.
Land In spite of the oppressive fact, ha Is
laa cheerful and plump and frolicsome as
any baby In an every day home might be.
Two private detectives watch him night
and day. Moreover, two trained nurses
guard him from the encroachments of
measles, whooping-cough, and the horde
of baby enemies. A room In tba mag
nificent McLean house a veritable palace
-ia dedicated to Ms toys. Ponies.
donkeys and a miniature automobile lm-
eorted from France are) hla to command.
No Man is Stronger
Than His Stomach
BlIvtMth tmyt "I
Mi trwM4 Hh ft
-rticfc sIm tfitrt. mr
im My . breath te
J awfal. an 1 hsre
MTera cat f emUrr (be hm4 a4 throM-
1 NMlM slals kmataaweaAa aat lawtaws.
fro paopi mho Mr eufftra! as m U and
have best ruf-sMl With th falle-.ex-lr-.si are.
f-rlptloa: Mi k er nlitu ae-btir tea-
eprMMltil ef Vllan boertWr. which yoa raa aur-
iMa from aar irwMtei la i aau-kseas sum
id ta thla ene im f ware, water, w thta
m ib Munii tMiir to iborwuflr cleatta theta.
A eaurrt. aalai be aaed wt1h ihti. Tata
! BMde by mixing aaa eanera at lard or at
lloe aad apply aell ua late the aoMiili twlra
day. If tbta ta seed datW rour catarrh win
do raa lib. ft ahou.4, bewevar, be ntwd ao
cuioaaliy to atartat a return of tba aiaoaaa.
a o a
"C. 0 " wrltee: "If ymt krtov ef anything
that will euro da Mr ft, tttbtns aral and era
atatar baldnaaa, alee let ma haow vbu ft
" , ,
Aaaver: Tor aararal year 1 ha-a araarrlbod
alaia yellow tayed aa eu!srfr la aaytbttic
kaowa for tha treitmnt of ditva ecai?. 0t
it la fear-eiiBoe tare vt'-h fall direction. It
quickly erarroaMo . all diaaaaea a - hair and
Mia aad fives new -Igor and tntaaea natarai
ealer I tba hair. Try u fairly aad raa will ad
rotate Ha at far year friend.
"Mildred" vrltea: ' "I ao. coaotantly aaibar
raaatd betaaaa of the fan f at? aatreaa Uia
. 1 ha wo abaolataly aa celer fa ay face er
lipa and an dall and Itfeleee aaaat at tba Uae,
rieae a4te a watt ta da."
Anewer: If yoa ire ao thla aad bale and
year lipa and tbeok color lee It ta beraue your
Wood la detvitnt , ta red er!aelee. Tbfa oaa
be re it avwrroRMt ' tba aaa of thrao-fraia
y b-eur lane fWet. wich Ma ha bad frea
any druegtet la anted -oartoaa wttl fall dlroc.
lion lor tab lot. When tha blood l enriched
by the waa of tbeaa tablet your weight will la
rreaee. Ike color will root barb lata your faoe
aad lipa, aad It will laiprere yoetr gaerl aye
lea a that yoa IH aoaM el rang aad healthy,
"Mna" vrltea: "I wffer wit rbeuraaMtaa
all tba Mat aad ' I 4b 1 1 be vary H-vd If yo
eaa Ull bm aoaaoiblng to rellev m.'
Aaewer: 1 ct five you ft prevrrlatloa whleb
will ai only roltev but will rare year rhoa
Mttai, Tbie te my favorite reaatdy and froaa
tba a on ber ef letter roceiwvd fro eMl who
bar aaed It pro Its vale la caring rheu
awtteai. Tha following ta aiad by aitiag well,
taking teoonftil at tweal tinea- aad 'agftta
bffr.ro retiring: (fettia. eaeeaca rardlol, 1 o. ;
coa.. Hold be in won, 1 es. ; ayroi aaraapaHiia
mbi , I aaa.; tedldo f ue4aa. S drama i whbe
of ratehteaa. a-ll eaaca; aodinn aaJUrlate,
t.drmaw. ft . v)
' Merrli tVka: "1 bar affrd wit
rfcroalo. cone, for alnoet year, and eatcb a
freob cold every fow wee.. Nothing tba Wc
tar glvee na helps. I write yo.
A a ewer: Vo aeod a thorough taxatlv eeugli
Byre, oa t hat at only ret leree but w rl ?
drive U frvn tb yetoa. The Mtewiag regu
larly tteed will car any mrehl ceg r co4t
promptly. Obtala ,. nrttt ef- tih
atoatDo-lateno. mix It with ft bono made eui
ay rap or honey aa per direct loo bottle,
"Aaitoat B ' writ: "1 her In refi
year boon threatened with appeadtetts. but
Would ir oi eat te a ritoa. ladlga
ttoa, eooMlpattoa and aadootary habtta raeee m
arfc aaffortng. Kiadly proof rl be for dyeaepeia
aomotbing whih yoa thtab will ear bm ad
Aawr: Tb awet actaattfk aad aatiafytng
treatment far yar troabl la tablet frtopefHiae:
parked pink, white aad Ma la eeeled caitoasi
wltb fall direction. All 4Komack dlaerdora eaa
be coa qm red by regular treatnaat.
"Kerreu M." write: Loea f aloe. r
wuneoe. Ion f eoeaMIt' and overwork bad
aad alawot a complete wroth of m. I have
t work. be'- caa ecartaly drag an foot after
tb ether. Plea adviaa."
Anwar: Ta randltlM yea. prewtrlbe to ar
ralent eeper telly with brain worker, tea tha
follow Ing Coat pew od ayrvp at bviwbeahitee, fc
oaa-; 1 1 Oct or radon ene, 1 a. Mis, ahtk well
aad Uk a teeeoafui before atai.
"K J." writ: "t kava aeeeno a, tat ta
Hi latt twa year tnat I am Mtxjearortebtsv a
bapwy. tnd fruenUy awharanod. Kioreiee and
diet atom t aot help. Plea ad v tee." 'v
Anr: To avoid aubotltation get tbta two
Ingrwdlent and ml la a bottle, ahikiog wtt
befor taking. Aromatic elliir. I em.; glytwl
trboleoa. 1 et. Take ft tree petmfal after fot-li
Meal for tb flrat thro days. After tht doubl
the do and coat I a ue for erverel weeks or
month a year eaa rqtree. A radartlon f a
adaod ft day It uual after tha flrat weak er two.
8ra ?. writ; 'l am cwMitpcted aad
hav ft gr-aay ehla. Hofler from beadarh. lad.
geetten and eome kidney troabte. 1 wteh yoa ta
Anewer? Trie beat rented y to relieve and car
chreatc coaetlpatlon I called hr-traln !
bberb tablet triad (rem eurpbur, cream f tartar
and ber medlrln. Taken regularly (he Wood
I pt. rifled, tb bowel end Hvr atlmateMd lal
healthy ftct ten-ftnd a ear otabltehed. They vr
parked la ad tube wltb fell directions. Teeae
tablets are splendid for child re a they da
grip f atckea.
"Ma mate" "t know f nothing better for
bed-ttlg tbsn: I dram f tincture ewbeba,
dram of ttnetar rkaa arMtle and 1 aa. romp,
flu 1 4- of balmwort. Mix. Tn dee te 1 t U
trope la water n boar befer aseats.
V I a1I7 .r
riVffi riiTi im
Too simply asa U measure ia dollars end cent?
the value oi this information oa how to eoouira
and retain a healthy scalp, cultivate a luiurisst
I growth of heir, aad restore feded or grey hsir
. 1 to iu aetaral rich color end it's frnmUfrtt.
I It will help yoa to avoid the tragedy of hair
1 troubles. , . I
' ' Tbew 'great lartarst, four Is nun ber. centals et the
Infersisuoa every women wests aad se women sbeola
i)S wttboat Aw U iMrf tmr tka mntlm ss.r Is
slmtie. ssuenuisdsble Isnttuuje they describe the vsrioss
srsls dKordess. the ssstot sil sair troabUn. sethstsftee
readistthemfos will stow IsUsurtly vaaltowmtwllti
year Kelp aad heir, ess km. I, treat larst. ales kow to
prewal M-sl Imutiom. and stokI Uiedsnesr of crsy sad
eerittfiy h.ir. HsiidsaaMly printed la psmpntetfersLaad
p-tdWly Uiustraiee. '
. ?Te will seed yea tkii'entireeasrssef ton wessns sb
relslelr free, whea setltoauoa Is awos cm Ike postcard ee
H R vr'twke f W Baa Hair Toettend Ba
peeked iieoMewl is year letter. Address B tSKlO KIAAS DKl'6 CoTat.siBbjs. Ts.
'OR. NOTTS ,-i Veemsnorwomsnwlwtcdsrsaffw the embarrass
b . i i , i . i
HrAlwt UCTfTMkT f1" sersems ler Q Haa Heir Kelorer will seslUesiy
rtlt tlHln. lV.L0)SXfV. "etherk lbs or it. B.I color aad soft. Isitreos spsesr-
MiUun.lrMliw tk. t , . i ... -- A,k. l iiui.
dinrtlyspowtlie tnterssl pilk sad Mimalstss the depMltlonuf eolonstmstwrkyUieUnTkloodveuels
wlthis the kslr. Thst s aby the egect of V) Baa Hair Reverse permssewt. Uisdueei s sormsl
pnaortioa aad diatnbatlea ot the aaMral pigmeet. ssd wmb swdui eoaseetioa wiu O Bss Hair
Toaie, U cwsatsed to reitoeegrsy hair te le erltuel eWilr.nl alerv. Sold sa.ler sairoa elad meeey
berk fwaaiee that allows yea la ant It wtujee OKI Ull talis. lor sifsed guaraslss a see yon
he seals fsed aad lurir fertiliser. Remeeet dssdrng. pnsiMre.
It kills every sere), cures sll m-iIi-Ju, ..j 111.
reura, Itremov.tall estrartnas Is Ihetisy snerMSet tee
id prevents bald-
tW FOR SALE it ALL DRUGGISTS -
' ' - 1 - & '
If act st yoar dealers, win eead direct aa reeelpt ef price. Address HISSIO-XL-VM
DBDO CO. Masspaia, Teas, aasrmaa MoCeaeell Brag Cas Kaatoa Ursa Ce.
J. M. sVhaaldt, aad Seaaefa Oat Priaa Drag gtere. .
J saaaau saalp permits sties Sow el neb. red Wood, aad
rsrsigaedaaraaMwksayMlKir. Price ll
A street aaae is strong all over. Na saaa eaa be
ttroaf who is e-feneg trees week steeseeh with its
eowesq t iadiiestioa, or (rasa some ether disssss
ai the atosaech sad its sssooated ortaaa, which ise
aeirs ditesboa aad aotntioe. fx whea the stoaaech
is weak er diseased there is a lose at the eotntioa
eoataaed ia loed, wheoh is the so area of sll physical
atreadth.- Whea a aasa ''doesn't ieel past right,"
whea he docsa't sleep vreB, has aa aaeoeslortabW -
teeli. g ia the etoesech alter eatiag. is kaagmd, aervous, imtabis aad ecspoae-
eM, he is tosiag the aetntioa aesded to saeke strsagth.
race a mam mkmrnll aao Dr. Pierce e Cosfea WeeJIcaf
Cisco rerr It cwfee) sTiseasea ad te afmatm am ocAer
erf aaa ef eVfesrJwn asf amtrtOam. It rarfcAea the Mooe?,
- farfdorwree tee Jfrev sfrcffes taa tUamra, mamrlaaaa
taa aerree. ead ao CfVS HEALTH HKD STBEKGTB TO
THE WHOLE BOOT.
Yea eaa't aSord to accept a ucrtt aostmas as a saastitate lor this aea-
eicemobe endieues or ixown oomsositioh, aot evea thoagh the argeat dealer
sasy thereby make a little Bigger pro at. iaujredicats pnated oa wrapper.
DRS. MACH & MA CM I
acceeeore to Q
BAILEY & MACH
Neatest equipped dmtal office In
OfT.aha. Hlgbesl-grade deoistry at
teasoaable Prices. Porcelain tiuinaa.
1 tart ilka the tooth. All laitrum.nu
carefully sterilised after each opera-
Coraer lata aad Twraam Sta.
noi nooi, vax ro a blocw
Vulth iwetil. bv t
la Sulphur water. The asaiipilia
of thU Sulphur water rejuvenataa,
cleanses aoe aewinea
Any ene caa proeasir
aew benefit bv using
?hur, pare, and concentrated.
Castor uu, v ua Liemon,
rv Root, and otner
msks ea ideal Physic.
He lies try thsm
sojoura to mineral snrburs to drlak and bathe
obably obtain P"ssamTasWsaaaBaBMSaamamjmmam
valuables that III
sic. Toaie and 111
La Ait Druggists iec. aad e
i consTtPATtoa. f
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