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TI1E BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1912.
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TIIK SALVATION ARMY solicits cast
off clothing; in tact anvthing you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell at IJ1
N. 11th St., for cost of collection, to the
worthy poor, t'ho.-.o Douglas 4156 and
v.axon will call.
HAIRDUKS.SINO. Manicuring. Siism
ponlnr. Hclp treatment a specialty for
ladies and Kentietneri. Mrs. pleree, Sal
. rarnam. 11 onl; Ind. A-HW. '
Vital niMi(e, Anna Fisher, 401 Ware Blk.
REAL ESTATE. ,
CITY PROPERTY FOR HALE.
ARB YOU GOING TO BUILD?
K in, M hi furnlah your plan and
specifications. We ara prepared to giv
fir. class service at a reasonable prlc.
Try us. Both phones, f
PCOTT HILL. Wr'McCagTle Bl.lg.
BARCAIN BJT OWNER Mix rooms,
hail aid bath: modern; complete In every
detail: nice, street: tood neighborhood. SHI
Meredith Ave. Phone B-S1M
FARM mUCH 1, 4 MIS FOR AI.
HOMESTEAD-ao acre rich farm land
(or 113. (iliac d ail Na sand hllla
J. A. Tracy. Klin ball. Neb.
BEST bracer for men. Gray's Nerve
Food pills, II per box. postpaid. Sherman
eV MeConnell Drug Co.. Omaha, Neb.
M VS! afJVA'ba lt ! aromatic
.M..30xVUE.,rltm,1,t Mm)) A
of Chicago. Ms & nth St.. 1st floor.Ji. W06.
OUR LCTTER duplicating work to un
excelled. A trial will convince you. Botb
phones. Western Dapllcating Co., eW Bee,
POULTRY ASD PET STOCK
KlUlK for halchlns rmm the Rrendeta
Varm. Thoroughbred .". O. White Leg-fl
J orne. utility stock, lit a setting or
III per 1M. Exhibition or show stork. IS to
15 a netting. . Write for catalogue. Address
A. I). Brandels, Omaha. Tel. Benson 1706,
nnd brooder neana every etc chick:
coat prli-o saved on first hatch: 0 days
free trial: cataluK free. Leahy Mfg. Co.,
1 ; H. Hth. . .
roil BALK An Knallrh feulldug. 10
months oM, well marked, also well bred.
He Is a fine watch do and perfectly safe
round children. Address WI2 N. atn
Ave., or rail Ind. B-1M0.
BI FP Wyandotte coi kerela, II each.
M'i Iarayi-tid Ave. Harney, JKta
ABSTRACTS OF T1TLK. ,
'' Reed Ahstrart Co.. oldest abstract office
In Nebraska. UK Brandels Theater.
NBALB B fAMPBELU 1714 Ksriiam St
Electric, gas futdrea. Omaha Wlver Co.
Ideal Ceient Co.. 17lh and Cuming.
Fucha eVn A
WELL digging, P. Oroasman. 1MI X. lth.
CITY fHOI'UHlY FUR IAI.K. .
2824 Capitol, Fine
- v Home, Hot Wafer
. ; Heat
, This house has reeeptloA hall, telephone
r'oom or den. parlor, dining room.
kitchen, china closet, la Mrs pantry, all
on flral floor: four good bedrooms
with large closets and bath on second
floor; atllo floored and celled: cemented
basement: subdivided for laundry, vege
tables and coal. The hot water heating
nlanL and tilumbine throughout Is first
class, as house was built by a plumber
for a noma. ierge lot, fmiw ire, wun
allev. cement walks, beautiful hedge all
around the lot and a number of fruit
This' wonld make some business or Pro
freslonal man an excellent home, being
within easy walking distance of trie busi
ness center. Let us show you this bouse
-you will like It. Price IS.SOu, part cash.
HAKT1NOS 4 HETDEN. 114 Harney Bt.
AT BARGAIN, i-roora house, easy pay
ment!. Canadian office. Ill So. Ilta 81.
for kai.e Half see'lon near Grand
Island: over 10 acres alfalfa; over tr.OOO
finest Improvements. Price te acre. Rea
son, owner died. Bayard H. Paine, Grand
FARM bargains near Omaha, possesion.
Orln 8. Merrill. 121S City Na. Bk. Bldg.
BUr LAND; also farm mortgagee from
first hands. We can piease you. ins
Welpton Investment uo.. yjgauaia, wen.
WE BUILD HOUKK8 TO ORDER.
Do you want a well' built home, planned
after your own ideas, at a moderate
cost? We wfll build for you in any .part
of the city, either on our lot or yours.
Csll and get our reasonable terms propo
sition. Both phones.
OOOTT HILL, W7 MeCague Blag
. wnntrnv bchitrran HOME.
n mi. C I. -a rn-ae -wUI fifteen
acre choicest land and finest of Im
provements. House is moo em inrougn
out, N rooms and barn. Inquire Andrew
A. Kuray, Station B. Route 1, Omaha,
Neb. Phone Harney. 1CT.
The key to success In Dullness is the
persistent and Judicious use of newspaper
FARM at RANCH LAND FOR SAI.R
1A aarea In Washlnaton county: grain.
slock and fruit farm: rich bottom and
upland; 4 miles to good railroad town; w)
acres In eultivatlon; balance good tim
ber: WO apple trees. 1 years on; x
peach tresu; good Improvements; 6-room
house, large bam, outbuildings, good
well: near acnoof: sz oer acre.
Washington county fruit land In M. 30
and as-arre tracts on monthly payments.
tISRARn w sKT M bit. Kansas t uy wo
tracts of let t es acres, within I to I
-niiaa from the towns alone the Grand
Trnnk Paatfli Railway In Central Bruno
Columbia. Also 8kremi Valley Fruit
Farms In le-acrt tracts. Bend for free
booklet Call or write B. slave!, Mat-lot
.-ate Agent, m Futon Biag., Omaha,
BUT direct from owner, ee acres, wall
Improved farm. 122 per sure. John JanIK,
Lodgs Fole. Neb.
FOR FRUIT farms, acreage tracts and
elty property, In or nesr the suburb of
Florence, aaaresa t;. l,. ri-inawaj, rui
ence. Neb. Thone Flor. Ti: Ind. H-11S1.'
II. uv will buy
stead In Nebraska;
tne best ico-scre home
M. Boximan, sumball,
LIVE OAK .
in the j ,
Five-room new bungalow. B. K. - cor
ner ivfand t'nrhv Kts. I blocks east of
car line. Price I2.S60. WUl lake good
vacant lot as part payment.
sin-room cottage, near list and Fmmons
Wve.. block west of Dodge car line.
Price II. will take f sdont lot and P
,mrt. x '
in -room new modern bungalow, cor
iier list and Ames Ave. Extra large and
large corner lot. Storm windows, screens
, and shades. Complete fine combination
fixtures, fee it and make an otter, aa 1
' must sH at once.
WESTERN REAL K8TATFS CO.,
Phone D. 3ff, A-JH5. 411-11 Karnarth Blk.
: : Building Lot
. CEMENT WALKS "
. ; CIW WATER i
, ' GOOD LOCATION
' lJCATED ON WEBSTER AVE J
lots west of Hh Ave., lies high and
rightly. J blocks north of Fort St. car
line, snd will be within l'i blocks of Hih
Si. car line, whl.-k will be extended this
n'lmmer. Many new homes bllt In this
locslit) other lots In the ssme dIMrlct
ate not offered for lees than MS. Hers
i an opportunity to make at least i!S.
Owner mu to sell In a few days. Price
HAiknNOS HEYPEK. W14 Harney t.
In Collier Place "
. $475 Each
We have or.lv four left on Larlmore
Ave between an Ave. and 33i Su. that
we can sell on terms of Its down snd lie
a month. These are all deetrab let,
and -w. til be the laet lots yeu will be able
tu buy In llin choice MraJHy at such lew
l.rltee aod etisv l-rn,s. hrm prtf-ee In.
vludo sewer and cement maiks. 1 ou must
act quit k If you want one of these.
UASTIXiiH - HKVDKN. lat Harney St
' 7Room House
kaatera owner authorixes tts to sell bb)
nronrti' at Wth and Military Ave. for
' above f gure. r'ronli ea a paved road
i,.nl.BM ear ervr- Think of tat
money you would save by1 raiatnc yew
a vegeublee, chickens, etc.
The Byron Reed Co.
Both Phene. tUS. fit t.
BEST BAP.OAIN 1-N' OMAHA.
Fine ree dence In F:d Club district te
Where you cannot help but succeed.
Just think for a mlnute-we have IDEAL
CLIMATE, rich soli, a complete Irriga
tion system with plenty of water schools.
home and social surroundings the very
best. While you are now In the midst
of winter, enow and bliuards, in Cali
fornia alfalta is getting reaay lor us
first cutting, vegetables are daily brought
from the garden. Everywhere you see
people working In the fields, etc. '
V rite US touay lor iuii parircuieiv,
literature, railroad reus, etc,
' . ' ' '
Company , -
4 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Neb,
111 ACRES JH MILES FROM OREUON
tit l, un.iv.
is arrea In aood cultivation. 10 acres
more easily cleared; -million ft ceuar
i.nuiiion nr saw limber: lota of
second growth timber; nice creek on twe
aides of land ; leu trull trees, appies, pears.
prunes, peacnes, grapes, cnernes. ig'n
lorries, stiawbeniea: barn, suxist; sned.
mo. tt. full of straw; new irost-prool
ooiato house, niaculnttry sued, laws it
.wLi.jib iMle it.: atranaay. poultry
house, UxS3 ft.: I-room house, wood
house, household fuinliuie, el.ree standi.
range, 1 sxteneion taunts, iuubu wu,
t extta dining cna.re, 1 pgnor ciuiirs,
nirien oak rocker, so, den oak davenport
reed rooker. t bruaaeUa rugs, le yards
new linoleum, enltionler, bsvel.piate
glass, wsii pictures, 1 woudea bed
teads, 4 Iron seaeieads, t pair woven
m.i.b eirtnaa t ingrain oaruets, lelt
msttreasea. -day c.otk, set dvuies (i
uieces). set boxers' silverware, kettles,
pans, buckets, galvanised tubs, Ameri
can wringer, tiauotne binder, awo, J
drag, harrows, seed skill, new potato dig
ger, potato piantsr, gang plow, walking
plow, a cultivators, uouole-shovel plow,
Kharpless separator, o. tanning mill,
seed sower, gaaotine engine anu drag
saw, set block, and tackle. Me ft rope,
wagon, hack, buea. e-yeax-oMI mate,
liorae yeais, mare ria, colt I years,
i fresh cows, s bead young stock, 14
pigs, 1 chickens, W bu. peuioes, l lbs.
clever -seed, a) tons clover hay, r be.
wneat a tons oats, is tone straw, i nis
w a good place, good soil, good stock,
htuiaahoid goods, etc All goes for only
fia per acre, i,M cash, balance on tune;
w'a'iuS'w MILES FROM OREGON
til a. fa- ...
K miles south ot Pun land, good road;
40 acres In good cultivation, balance tim
ber; house, barn sen sneus; a una span
of horses, new wagon, hack, disc, drag
harrow, plows, cultivators, saws, axes,
chains, bars and dil kinds of small tools;
4 good cows, barrel cnurn, separator,
some household goods. All goes for only
111 per aors; H cash, balance easy teims.
I nave a good Mat of farms, acreage
and eity homes for sale All correspond
ence cneerfuliy attended to.
J. U BWAFFORD,
Oregon City, Ore., alh and Main Bt
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
sal ACRER nesr Aberdeen. 8. D.; Im
provements MSM: acres under culti
vation: equity t2.400. Will exchange for
Improved farm or city Income. This Is
gilt edge; will bear Investigation. Olve
particulars in rrret letter, zsert' nan-
berg. 4 Hee Biag.
-.1 , 1 1 iwD nlanA .1 tl.tfl j.t
music for residence lot: will pay differ
ence. 'Phone Harney till.
EtTROPE In comfort: select end limited
partv sailing June II via Mediterranean;
eighth season. Miss Anna Z. Ross, Coun
cil Bluffs, la., si Willow avenue.
WANTED TO BUT
Household goods, clothes nnd shoes. D.
Highest price; clths; hd. gds. f. 3171; B19M
WANTEDTO buy old broken watches.
M. Nathan. 1 8. Hth M.
fd-annd goods. Kleeer. KM Center. D. WO.
WANTED In RENT
TWO or thiee furnished rooms tor llkht
housekeeping, by couple with J-year-old
child: south or west aide preferred. Ad-
drees F Ml. Bee.
WANTED Work by the week, er bun
dle weening. M25 Webete.
W'flHI'.U and lrnm
. T. H Ul
First-class, practical nurse, H 1 .W4
WANTED Hit uation middle-aged lady.
with little girl, as housekeeper; furnish
good referent's. ox an. ttaiva. is.
RESPECTABLE woman wllh little
glal wants hotel work or housexteplng.
Call Webster sx,i,
WANTED Day work. Ironing, bundle
washing or nursing. Phone Hsrney Mil.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
Chicago eV Nerlhtiealerw
MleeaseHaM- Paal Inns lien
Mlsaeaeelle.ai Paal uautas a I e eta iiuhi
Twla cur Kisma a I S aai al:S sei
Siena Utr leal JJ a I B rat
a i -ae sat a f i m
Mleeeeselle Passu Ids-.
Tela I'lty LOalteS
..s I S) set a t s
Cueall Local al'Msst s I ts sal
Darlliat Ckleass a i w ai w rm
nuease ui all e eta urn"
tSiMmse-OhuaSS a l:lf SS S I U pn
riiteo-4-iraaa .... ' e m w ym
oiieaee ieertai a set set e ; aai
rarllw Coaal-l-sieats s j: V" m
Lea AasaHe biiaiiae. a r- e
limioi tieiitee s 1 sat e u aai
(Well local a l-m slj -
raai Mall 4 I4t sal ellsa
tar ItapMa. Uses City est
otnahe a l is set
Cealesalsl ittta LMsHet U:R sa U ill sis
Uat Mae .s l-ea aai aim aw
Narfolk-UalUa a I e aat all ts am
Loa Ptne-uatwla... lll a I Sw
Haatlasa sarerier - k III P
Deaaeooe-Hel Isriags. a U na a I St set
(Ww-LaaSe, S M sal all SI s
tea Tcath eV Maata
GREAT SOUTII GEORGIA
Traverred by the
ATLANTA. BIRMINGHAM - ATLAX-
Lands adapted lo tbe widest range- ef
(mis All the money crop of the souta
plentifully produced. For literature treat.
ing wnn it, wwuiie .-, , , w
climate, church' and gcswal advajuaeea
W. H. LEAHY. DEPT. K.
Qeasral Passangsr Agaot,
I ATLANTA. OA
Farmer and land buyers
all over the country are
reading Bee want ads every ,
dsy asd snapping up every
Rates It cent per word
tf run only one time, is per
word If run two er more
Write and mall your ad
today to steal Estate depart
ment ef . The Omaha Bea
stesults are sure
REAL ESTATfc FOR REST.
Fajraa aas uaaak Miada,
MO-ACRE farm f miles northwest of
riorenoe and north of Irving ton. Rent
rftu a vear.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Doug.JlaT. " ta B. 17Ht
TWO farms for rent These farms are
good tillable land, well Improved, contain
mg lie acres anu lm acres, e.
Ouuncil Blufis, la. Phone Black
MAN and wife want position on farm.
C. H. Webster. 'I4 California et Ind.
WANTED Work by Uerman woman
with boy II years old. as hull ekee par on
fsrm. Msnnweller, III N. lth 8t.
YOtTNfJ men wants position aa gar
dener; experienced, ltll Capitol Ava Jim
mot. wants to ssalHt with housework
In boms-Ilk family. Address 1701 Hamil
"DAY Work wanted. Harney aMt,
YOUNG man wants position sa book
keeper or clerk; experienced; good refer
ences. Phone Harney 2H6.
work. Phone Webster (MM.
Dearer A Callleeeta
Fusel Saves gasraas.
Naareaha relate .....
Ketara aka Bipreai
Usee la U"-l .
Bel levee- rtattamostb
Dmiear seer lei
h trace raat Kirn
Craataa lla I leoat..
81. Loals Kxseaw
hum L'ltt a, at.
Kaaaas Cur A St Jeeasa
Kansas utr at
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THE GRAVEYARD'S RAKEOFF
Funeral Come High, but Country
Matt Here Them.
Caeneeaa Anne. . .pewdltwe leg.
greet Retreaekssrat Cr aaa
tlea What lb Money
W eeld Dw.
Accepting the Manhattan death rats as
basis for figuring. It will be found that
of the approximately Wsus tO People la
the United Slates 1.KM.0W die each ynr.
The Manhattan death rat are reg-s
about 1M a thousand.
The enormous sum of at least gWT.WO.OOO
to snent by the people of thai country
evsxy yew for burying their dead. This
la based on I1M a funeral, acknowledged
by undertaker to be a coneervatlv astl
rsr this areal material wealth thus
Disced in the ground every er P
crntage easily estimated goo to pay for
the lumber lo build the coffins, Eaen
coffin nnd outside bog will aversxa M
feet ot timber. The dotal lumber re
quired for all the funerals In the United
State la on year Is 1 41,11. net
and Judicial branches of the government.
W,15?r, a total of KlVJKm approxi
mately tb aame sum a the drad of the
country require each twelve month for
proptir burlaL New York Tribune.
SURGEON OPERATES ON SELF
California Doctor t adertakes to
Cwt Off HI uei
Or. Bertram F. Aldeh. chief surgeon of
the French local hospital, San Francisco,
oconi pushed what waa supposed to be
an Impossible feat. He ha successfully
operated upon himself lo remove hi ap
pendix. . , .
In accomplishing this sensational pier
of surgery Dr. Alden fulfill a threat he
a mad for the last eight yer-ver
tine be realised that he had trouble wit
his appendix. The success of th opera,
tlon sustains two contentions he has mad
In tb fare of th opposition of hi col
league. It prove that th spinal anaes
thesia j which he ha nsed In his opera
tion, Ooe not completely dull th senses,
and It proven thst a skillful surgeon
can, unaided, perform such an operation
on himself without fear of the eonaa
Th operation was performed In th
presence of two of Dr. Alden' colleagues.
Dr. Thomas O'Connor and. Dr. B. A
Mardla, with th usual quota of nurse
If Is difficult to conceive what thkt 1 and attendant la th operating room. Dr.
t . . , W t mm he I 1M.. h.J ,1a muhIIm ,1-ui.t flnleh-ut
Webster itatloa IBtb and Websti
b I IS pax Wl U aw
tblcsco, II. Fanli Mlnneanoiu a
test City (lereM k IK sm kil M ia
Omaka Uarat b : aa f I Sal
at,,, ".i-e ... . H:tisa
Ti City Paasaaser 1:41 aa ,.....
Bate, . ie.i -'--
Is) ssltr, (U dally sieaM t-ndar, la) aaa
UVE STOCK MARKET Of WEST
Bhlp your stock lo (South Omnia. 8av
nuleus and (hiinkag. Your consign
ment rciv prompt and careful attsn
Uon. Lie ttoeli Comsslsaloa Mereheats.
Bytrs Bro AC. Btrong and reaponsltla
'OOD BHQ8., SlM-M Eschsnge Bldg,
Great West. Com. Co.. Omaha A Denver.
' W. R. BMjTHj A BON just handle sheep.
"TAq5BH08. handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
"Clay, Robinson k Co.. tm Exchange Bldg.
Intsrstnte Co. Better resulta Bhipto us.
""CLIFTON Com Co.. m Exchangs Bldg.
1 K. ROBERTS A CO., IS aUchJBIdg.
"Cot A Jones Com. Co., bunch of hustler.
Farmer L. a Com. Co.. IW Exoh. Bid.
Deposit proceeds of shipments In Block
Tards Nat'l Bank. Only bank at yard.
TiarUn Bros. A Co.. 2W-4 ExotkBW
OMAHA, THE CRA1X MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO., grain merchant.
Conalgnments solicited. 7 Brandels.
J. f. Coiuas,
TUB e sleet wy to rfnd a tmyer lot
yeur tnra to Insert a email want ad
in the Dee Maine Cpitl. Largest cir
culation la the state of Iowa ii w daily
the Capital I read by and beUeved In
by the standpatters of Iowa, who amply
retua to penult any other taper in toair
borne. Bate I a word a day: H it
par line per month; eoeat ala ordinary
Korea to tea line. Andres iM Monies
Capital. Dm Monies. la.
BUY A FARM
- GULF COAST
$5 Per Month
Buys 5 Acres
OF FRUIT AND
Gathering Strawberries There
Sold Last Week for $18.00
This land Is located only ten miles from
r- - Tec . an Mu-ll raatL cioae In
be suM at a sacrifice. O vner ioavtng I rcnools and railroad, sure market for snre
tow, must dupose ot propeny; pave
Cts., cement eWeaaiks, l-R.. mod. lava,
l.iaiwa levlted. Tel. Jaroey IO.'
Houae arvt ) ou with imroremeata
4cs!Ft T 3sw- f
V ACRE8, near Menlo, la; 14 acre
culUvated. batanos pasture, hay and tim
ber; a-room house, laree earn, wens, out
buildings; Wen. Imipeduttely. tuas. Ban-
ford, Mncoin, iseb.
1 1 :
JltEAL ESTATE LOANS
uMAHa property and Nebraska lands.
O'KEEFE KLAL ESTATE CO.,
mt New Omaha Aat'l Bank Builamg.
u ANTED City loans. Perers Trust Co.
WANTLD-City loans snd warraata.
W. Farnam nmlth A Co.. M3 Farosm ot
utiiTe.y 10 loan on business or last-
dence pre periled l.w) te u.A vV. rt
TltciMAa. ta nrst r.i i pens mus-
CITY LOANS WANTED
la amount of from CUM up. This In
cludes commission and recording expense.
We have a special fund to loan at to
rate on th beet real relate security.
PETERS TUL':T CO.. Vt Fsrpam Bt
lw to llv.taju made promptly. F. O
W eed, Weed Blda.. Ith and Farnam.
Vthntcd fsrm loans.KMte lnv. 0..Omah.
' Omaha Nat'l Bank
LOANS Farms and city property.
H. Dutnont A Bon. KOI Farnam Bt
tie-1 Brandels Theater Bldg.
i HOL CITY lAJANli.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
- cujarAiv i.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of tbe stockholders of The Mis
souri PacUlo Railway Company will b
hsid at the general office ol the compaay
in the city ot Ht. Louis, Missouri, oa
Tuesday. March Hth, 1113. at nine o'clock
a ax, for the election of thirteen direc
tors for th ensuing year and for the
transkctlon of such other business aa
mtt coma before said meeting. The an
nual meeting of the director will be bald
at the same otfioe on the earns day at
1 o clock noon, i ne transier books win
bo closed on Tuesday, February tth. Lit
at three o'clock p. m., and will bo re
opened on Wednesday, March lit, lull
at ten o'clock a. m.
TUB MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
COMPANY. - -
By B. F. BUBH. President
A. H. CALEF. Secretary.
Mew York. January lath. 1911 Mldllt
SCANDIN AYIANeAmerku Liae
NOaVTAT, S I Wl ,r,T' u
AND DEN1AKK f. . .hi
. canes etaiea, asni i
Ca I PtMt Balllg Olar, Asr
a hva sf C2 Oar II, May Wk
UAPIIUO rirtt tlaa, D ,-
Jaaa s u, Jaly n "stees Claaa. SO i
A. B. JOHN SUN A CO , U4 Waa Klaals it
Cklees HI-, er say leeal aoaet
RAILWAY TIME CARD
-Teath and Mnss
INCREASED PRICE OF SHOES
Maaafaclarer Feraalat Rseaaee
for Vlvlas Conaasner
Comparatively small Item of cost or
ehang in prices nowaday attract an
unwonted amount of attention, for rea
son that are well understood. Quit a
little agitation I caused by aa advance
In th price of shoes, either actual or
threatened, and manufacturer aoem un
usually anxlou to explain. Th repre-
sentatlv of a Masaohuett concern
state In a Boston trad publication that
th Increased prices which shoe manu
facturer ars "forced to ask for thefts-nods
are due to th radical change .In
style, necessitating th Incorporation pf
many new but and pattern," and to
th chang In th statist leal position of
the raw material underlying tb shoe and
leather bndutry." .
Who I rosponslbl for th "radical
chang In style." th wearers or the
maker of shoes? There ha been no re
cent ehang In style that I aa Improve
ment, cither In tb comfort or th took
of shoes, and no evident can
duord that anybody wanted such chang
a baa been made. For the moot part it
ha been la th direction of ugliness and
discomfort. V Like most change In style,
that la ahoes ha been Intended to Indue
the discarding of th old aad tb buying
of new with each season, and a to lane
fit, not tlie consumer, but th producer
and trader. Sensible people buy their
shoe for esse and comfort and Is sting
quality and not for Myle. There ought
to be a enslble standard, as near per
fection aa jiosslbl for tb real us of
aboe. and that should be adhered, to.
This sxcuss for Increased price w a very
The other baa more lo IL Tb raw ma
. Desert. An-tee.
aa. Fiaa. Orerlawi United, .a aa a 1 sa
China A Jaraa Fa Mall....s 4 S pa a l:tt ie
At lest te BisrM. !
Oraa Kiefaae all aa a t ie sa
Lea Aatelae United all sa llSia
Dearer aserlal a l.ei aa a 1 tt aa
-etaaalal aute fperlal alt pa all aa
CelefaAe BvsraM a 13 aa a 414 sa
nresea-Waastasles Usutsl.. alt 4e sa a I a ya
SrS :::::: Sis MSS m"w1 '"r
.sit ii sa ai .a aa can be given.
From 1500 to 11 the bob-
FOR BALK Oti EXCHANGE
WILL exchange my equity ot Xt.rM In
fine irrigated M acres for clear western
Nebraska land. Address A tie. Bee.
I WOL'IJ LIKE TO TRADE my II
room modern house, furnace beat, on
paved street, one block from car line.
In north part ot city, tor modern 7.
room house In north part of city. Ad
dress, E fit, cere Bee.. -
FOR BALE A near 4-room bungalow:
a tama If sold et once. OU . Mtk
Ava TeC Webster ,
Call and let us talk lo iw sbout
this land. Owners are offering special
IcatueeaenU to actual sauser.
R. H. Linderyou
til Board ef TrgtJe Pldg, Oiaaba.
Teiephea Douclaa BaL
I OW.v two Nebraska farms 2 and
St.) each; trad either clear for city
property or muse.; even deat P. O. Box
I handle traded everywhere, if you want
results call Deen. II" Bee Blag. D. 1J06.
a ariiei; lke Co.. (Ore.) lend far va
cant lot in Omaha. W. Wagner. m X. Kth
Chleagro, Berk Island A raelfle
RerlEV Meatttata Unlus. air tt an aH sa
iCMeaee tacal Pasaasa : aa WO M sa
cuieasa oar Hlea - - -- . ,
t-t.w..M an ....Al:Ilea alitssa
Ilea Morses Local faieeoer..a 4 tl ya atl'U sa j
Cklcasa-Nasraska Ualw4....a ya a I S aa ,
OMss-Ne. UA a Uaeela. a I S aa a 1:11 sa
CkKase-Calaraito Bastaa s J tJ sa a 1:4 sa
OklaSeaa Teass Basraas. 4S pa all aa-
Kecki Measlala Llaiue ai 41 aa au sa
Osasa-8t. Leata baresa a I t ta a I II aa
Mail aaa brrea .s t M aa all.U sa
suaaSerrr Leal Una t .. I a alt.li aa
XlseaaH Pad fie
K C St. LoeW Brsras-.s 1 aa 11-sa
ulatlon of this country Increased M per
cent nnd th number of cattle raised laws
than 11 per rent It I shown that tb
Importation ot hide la th but bait of
th decade was per rant greater than
in th first bait, and th prices hire
been higher. In European countries, th
herd which furnish material for ahoes
bav not Increased so fast sa population,
and In South America and Australasia
the gain has not been uftlelent to make
up the deficiency. In short, tb demana
for shoe has biereased faster than th
supply ot material for nut king them.
Consequently It costs more to mak theis
K. C. A St lew axtrss.3ii.B " i .na .Blgr,,r price, hsv to be charged
Ihrougbout U roomed brick and stone
hotel. Town .M in Iowa, Price MMwti
Want Minnesota or Iowa farm In ex
change. Fremont 8. Gibson. Chart City.
. . 1 te a s t il aa
A s.a sa anw sa
.sa sa a ITS ya
.a 7 t aa a I M aa
.b 1:11 sa ail a sa
CBIeaaa Great Weatera
at ara il:Sts
e I M aa al Msa
OiKaae Kisrea a IS sa (lays
llllaole tea teal
release BJSfea eTHea ll:ta
jCUcass Liaias -a siss pa a i.a aa
Tele 'Itf Eipraas.
to iep P a fair profit. This Is a atea-
ible explanation, and may oe jusonea wy
fact; but after alt th amount of ma
terial in a pair of shoes la pretty small,
and it would be intereatlng to knew Just
how much It value I affected by any
recent chant In lb com of rattle bide
and calf or goat ikJua-New York J car
nal of Comsoerca, , . .
mean. 1 Perbap om Idea of It can be
obtained by Irednclng It to cartcad lots.
There are M OM feet of lumber to a car
load, which tould give no UW freight
care. It these rant could be coupled they
would make a train aver thtrty-flv mils
lone ne nearly So separate train of
twenty oar arh.
Thla lumber costs n avorag of US for
axb 1.000 feet, se for thl Item alon th
funeral of tb republic for on year
mean an expenditure ot t5.HS.M0.
A tree one foot In die meter and thirty
feet blh will upply lty fifteen-foot
board one Inch thick, or enough for tout
funsrals. There are therefor required
each year, taking th sis ef th Ire
mentioned a bt of, owUroatloa,
m.(M treee for cofflna
Th wood most frequently used is that
ot th cheotnut tree. If thee tree were
all In on forest, aad not more than
twenty-riv feet apart, about Mot aerm
of Umber would be cleared each year for
thl gloomy purpose.
Burial ara occurring more rapidly than
th tree cn b grown, and It I a que,
tlon whether cremation may t become
Imperative In a comparatively short tin.
i To each coffin tber are uaeo aoout
' . . . i. . t- na kMul.Mh
tare ana ano-oaii ru"
at nn a versa cost to th undertakar of,
say. so cent a yard. For thl lum there
I spent at least HM.M0.
Bach coffin Include six yard of atlk
for pillow, etc, at (0 cent a yard which
accounts for another RUMO annually
pent to be placed under th otl.
Candle to th avarag number of thirty
ara used to earn funeral, coating MLMO If
figured at W cents aplec. Bnroud at at
each amount to . .. although per
hana ant mora than one-half of the
bodies sre dressed In burial rone now.
When shrouds are not used th bodies
ara clothed In dress suits or gowns that
ould represent an expenditure oi per
haps S at th lowest estimate. At this
figure the value of tbe cloth put under j
ground would equal rJ4.7B&,u.
It 1 estimated that newer cosi not ieaa
ihaa 130 to a funeral, er 41.a0,ta a year,
and If another Indirect ripens is figured,
that of aa average of ior music, an
additional M.mooo should bs lakes Into
,A VM-y con sen all vs amount at wnicn
to estimate th money spent for monu
ment ta $100 a funeral, aocordlng to a
nigh authority la suck matter. Although
counties grave ha ao monument
erected ever them, there are other oa
whore hundred of thousands of dollar
ara spent for on vault or shaft At Ins)
th money mount to the Imposing sum
of iUs.no.tfM a year.
Vast a ara tb fortune of some of oar
notoriously wealthy men. H may a eu
hna worse than paupara roost ef triers
would beeom if compelled to pay in iu-
neral expenses of too country tor oni
on year. ' . . ...
Taking th tJ0,,W0,m menooneo in i
ttret arTph. w hava a total si
randltur. conservatively figured. Just
for burl I alone, that would more than
pay tb total disbursements ol in gov
ernment for pension tor th war f lb
revolution. .). war of IMS. 4M,.
Tl; Indian wars. tli,1741; Mexican war.
ta.9M.7i, and th war with Spain aad
th Insurrection la th raupptn aanoa.
nn iii.T-5. The Mgrefat only tmsTV
38. The sums mentioned In connection
with tb wsr of IM1 and th Indkjn aad
Mexican war sre on account of ervtce,
without regard to disability
en, fotal aDoronnauon by cangrea to
j.me . Ill, for th gigantic talk of
building the Panama canal amounted to
iZl.Hs.S. The maintenance coot sf tb
regular army last year waa only S.43,
XI and the navy fllLtlo.30. th twa com
bated amounting to only a Bui more, a
such flgnrea go. than th sum epent for
runerhia for one year la thl country.
York City bodget for aext year is
lea than KS,V,-
The aaxrecate value of the l.H aetu
on tb New York atock exchang
eomouted a year ago at US.,a
aboot ha'f th sum spent for materials
that ara buried out ot eight each year.
' Tb government disbursed Mat year ra
pension tlWIWv; In th coamimr and
diploma tie service. tUK.0Sl; la carrjlng
on tb work of the Agricultural depart
ment. JU.4S7.M; for fort and fortifica
tlons. Ih.tnj: tar tb military academy,
jl,2, and for th regtelaUv, exscuUvs
Aldtn had th operation almost finished
when Dr. Mardls, fearing that tb experi
ment might snd In a tragedy, threatened
to leave th room unless Dr. Alden de
sisted and allowed the others te com plot
"I could bav finished th cptratlua
Ingle-handed, I am sure," sld Dr. Alden.
"I Injected th spinal anaesthetic rnyaelC
snd I mad all th preliminary Incision
without th slightest difficulty In fart
I laid bar th fold of flesh until I
reached th Inflamed organ. I could hava
finished as began, without any aid, but
th ther physician dreaded a slip et
th scalpel and commanded me lo atop,
threatening to leav me It I persisted In
completing th operattoa.
I know, however, that I could bav
don th work without any troubl. Th
spinal anaesthesia rendered th lowsr
nerves of my body Insensible to fain,
whil. as I bav always eon tended, the
brain remained clear and th band steady,
Th anaesthesia did not aurnb mk en
tirely, aor did It render ma uncertain In
my movements. ,
"I bav used th spinal anathela
eonstsntly m my appendicitis operation
and I bar the greatest fairs, la It. u
though asm irgon srs not sure of It
efficacy. It waa to strengthen th argTi.
ment for thl anaesthetic that I attempted
th operation myself last Sunday. Al- '
though my colleagues stepped la by for
bidding ma to finish th task pr vented
my eoncluilvely proving my point, I think
th Incident ha demonstrated everything
I have contended.
"For my own part, I feel that tbe oper
attoa waa of Immense value to roe. It
gave me a vivid aenss of th action of
th spinal anaesthesia and valuabl
knowledge of tbe natlona undergone
by appendicitis patient under th knife.
Incidentally. It showed that It waa nut
lmposstbi for a surgeon, withdrawn from
very one, to save himself by such an
operation (hould It be absolutely neces
sary." Ban rrsnchw Chronicla. '
FORTY-EIGHT STARS ON FLAQ
rare for Kw State Added Caw
tellatlon la tb Field -'
Orders hsv seen . Issued requiring ad
flag of th United State. 11 anion ef
th national ensign and all union Jack
to contain forty-eight star because of
the admission oa February 14 of Art son
a a atata Tb order of tb stars a .
arranged by th Navy department and
approved by the president will be six
row of eight tr each, with th corre
sponding sura of each row la a vertical
line. Thl make th new flag contain,
two additional stars, no chang having
been made but year for the admission
of 'New Mexico. Instead ot rearranging
the stsrs or Sarin to an mire new
(upply of flag It wa decided at that
time to await th admission of Artsona-
Kdward Everett Hale one wrote a
story that bring tears to th eya ot
II who read It and make every heart
throb with patriotism and pity, Mr.
Hale' chart character was th man
without a Country, an officer, who, one
renouncing bis flag, never again wa
permitted to as hi native shore or to
get worv) from bom by mouth or print "
or picture. He was sentenced to spend
tb rest of bt natural life al sea, betna;
transferred from ship to (hip aa on
after another they were ordered to Amer
kii water. Mr. Hal' character wa
Imaginary, but the man' sufferings were
drawn with a realism that make each
reader thankful be ha a country..
Few of are a thankful a we should
be tor oar country' fUY. tb moat beau
tiful in all the world. The symbolism of
tts red and white stripe and Marry field
of blue has been the theme and lnsplra
tlea of poem and hymn. Washington'
birthday .brought oat many flag. To
those who bad the time or the incline rioa .
to watch them a they broke m a flash
of color from the staffs on oflfca build- ;
tag they meant perhaps only th recog
nition of a great reaa's birth. Veterans
tell a of th courage th color gave.
Traveler know th Joy ot seel tie the
Star and Strip on sum const Uat.
stter wandering In the shadow of for
eign flag. W star-at-botcea rarl a
throb of exilutlon. too, even though we
may deny It and thrust tt down. . Let
Urn who says he doe not ton hi Coan
try's flag read .Tho Man Without m
Country." Indians poll ' A
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