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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 5. 1912.
The Busy Bees
mHB thing which most of
no are tn new alng and aew onsen.
And her to the answer: Claxia Shaw is the new klac
who will toad the Bad aid tor the next four month. He to
a wrj active Busy B ef 11 year of as who Uvea In Ogdea.
Utah. Heeter Mallory to the aew oucm m hn win th.
Blue aide for the next tour month. She to one of the young
est Buiy Bee. She to I year old and live la Kearney, Neb. Last month
ah won a first prixe. . . , v
ad what to of almost as much interest as the announcement of king
and Qooea to the news that the Red aide has captured the most prise sinos
th Art of thto rear. Tare cheer for the Red! The Blue aid won
stoat last time, but now th Bad are th champions; they won four more
arte duriag U tost four months than th Blue.
Ine Brwin of Craig. Neb., wins first pris today with hep letter a boat
"A 'Wtoa Cat" NeUle Snyder of Provo, Utah, wins second, with hef de
scription of "The Snow Slide."
Th new Bee today are Nellie
Bath Wall of Florence.
A Wis Cat
By Ine KTwln. And Tears, Crete.
Neb. Red Bids
' We hav a nitre white kltte called
Pussy. It is very ou Quins and does lomi
wise thin, the wisest of which I saw
the ether day.
I was out to th back yard, when X
aotloed th kitten rolling com straw.
I eould sot understand at first snd
thought she was merely playing. " But
afterwards, after watching for some Urns.
I saw she was making a soft, warts bed.
I thouf ht this a Tery good Ides, be
cause the ground was wet. hose te see
I my story in print Sunday.
, ' (Seoond Prise.)
. Th Snow Slide.
By Nellie Snyder, Aped 1 Tear. Prove,
Utah. Blue aide.
Tears sge my grandpa, with another
man, was to the euro cutting wood,
whea In the dlotsnn they heard a
rumbling, crashing sound, and looking up
they saw a eaowslMe owning down ever
the cliffs, bringing trees, rocks and
everything Is Its way with It.
, Boon as they sew H they ran, trying ti
:'et out of it way, but It was toe fsst
for them aad, conrjng forward, tt took
them with it, leapt RS over the roesh.
' On It went until It came te a very high
cliffy They knew If It went ever they
would be on th under side and would
be '.unable to set oat, hut Just as tt
reached the edge it stopped.
Grandpa, who wa ea the upper ski,
worked his way eut. then by very hard
work got hit friend out.
That nlsht they came from the canyon
without hats er coals, but with plenty
of icicles hanging from tbelr clothing.
I am a new Bee.
.... . (Honorable Mention.)
By Julia Clausen, Aged 1 Tears, 421
' -Bherman Street, Holdrege, Neb.
. , . .. Ms was.
A year ago this last spring w went eut
en a homestead tat Colorado, near Wilier.
My papa had built a hous out there,
tt was dug down IB th ground about
tour feet ' I
I Across th road were two very smell
houses. Whit I ws out there 1 helped
mamma taks car of th chickens, but
sometime I was afraid of th wolves.
I Uk to nv on the farax W had to
haul th. water five mile and I picked
Ilewers well pap drove slowly ea. -
I am. now to Nebraska again, going to
school, at my aunt's house. It wss sis
miles to school In Colorado nd so myl
brother and I couldn't go. 'I
, I hdp. -Out Homeeteed" misses th
I waste basket,
' Ti Boys."
By Tatter Averlll. 1711 Central Boule
; . .. vsrd. Red Side. .
. , About th middle of July. Wis. we boys
decided to go oamplng down te Alton
Junction, a distance ef about fourteen
miles frost th town la which we lived.
At last te of a boys were given pr-
missies to go sad were gives good
sisad sua of money by our Barents
, ob th Thursday before going we tela.
, phoned down to. the Junction sad vented
, a couple ef tents. The next day we went
I up to the depot to catch No. t for th
( Jtinetloa and it happened to be on time.
We boarded It and shortly afterwards
we pulled out, awaiting impatiently for
our destination to hesv In sight.
At last a big, fat conductor poked bis
curly. Mack hesd of hair to th door at
our sad of tue osr nd cried out. "Juso
tlon, Orest Western crossing." sad wsd-
j died way to I know not where.
We boys hiked off the train aad ran
dews the Utile, steep hill" th hotel,
' where the owner of th woods hived, lie
took " us to cur tents after w bad
hanged our clothes (or we hsd brought
extra suits along-at th hotel. W then
fixed ear teat to order and rested aom
at mattresses and bed clothes. This to
what we used for our beds.
, After that we went (or swim la the
Grand river, which flows through th
weeds shout Mo yards from camp.
- During eur stay w took some.,of our
snesls at the restaurant at th Junction,
but we took most of them la the woods.
Of course, we boys did everything a
Use. upvts-dsto American boy would
' whea he la out camping.
Good tuek for once asm osr way.
Whenever we would go fishing we could
gat the fish to hit easily, thus making
e big haul. Whea, we went swimming
Uw water wa Just right. Whenever we
would go tor a long ramble through th
woods we seemed t be msd of cast
area and our feet of India rubber. But
beat f all, bod of us boys got sick or
hurt. We always noticed that when ws
dad th cooking tt always Just struck th
Aflat remaining is camp about three
day we ieft for horn. bvtng bea
teased ug a bit and bees gives tots of
, ' . The lesson.
By Mam Gttttlnge. Aged M Tears, ISIS
Keorsasa city. Blue Bess ,
Oao there wss a Uttle girt! Her same
wss Mary. Her parents were very rich.
Os day as shs wss sitting os the sups
sting candy a poor girl came vp te her
and ask be for asms -8h
said. "Too are too poor to
Tee girt went sway erring The another
, t th rich girt heard her say this te the
the Busy Bom want to know today to
Snyder. Lillian Tlmm of Omaha aad
by Little Folk
RULES FOB Y0U5G WMTIfiS
1. Wrtto plalaly ea caw aide ef
the papes only as aeisher the
a. Uss Pa aad ink, as pea
eO. a Short aad pouted artlelea
win se gtv
given pswlereaee. Be set
4. Original stories ' a
only will be sea
a Writ year same, etc ami
address at the bag of th first
first sad second arise of books -
will be gives (as the best two ooa
tnbattoas te this page eaeh week.
Adores all eommunloutionu to
Omaha Bee, Omaha. STee.
poor girt and th seat day the Uttle girl
asked her mother for som candy.
Sh said. "Ob. It will make you sick."
After this th Uttle girt slwsys gave
her sandy swap, t bop my story Is In
print , . . .
Jennie's Birthday Present
By Claris Bhaw,' Aged It Tears Olden.
Vtah. R. F. D. No. S, Bos W.
On bright summer day aa Jennie sat
os the porch, thinking of her coming birth
day, her mother asked with s smile what
made her eo happy.
"Oh, manual ' sh replied, "Sunday Is
my birthday and I would be so pleased
to have Ruth to dinner."
As sh paused with smll. her mother
smiled back again and said. "If It's a
bright day my dear you shall. to th
country with grandpa.' '
Nest morning as she klseed her mother
goodbr, she smiled sad said, "Good by
mamma. I'm year old."
Inside of a hour sh wss st the farm
gate with grandpa. As sh took off her
wraps shs said, "Grandpa let's rids to
Bh listened to th story of how Christ
was baptised and why. As th rode horn
there ws a Bios hrees. that fumed her
face. While Jennie was eating her dinner
grandpa asked her what sh would lis
for her birthday.
"Oh. grandpa; the best of ll." sh
replied, "Is to be baptised.
That afternoon sh wss baptised sad
hands were bald on her head. When h
reached horn ah told her mother of her
Mrtbday present and her mother gar
hs a birthday kiss.
Trip to Helens.
By Ruth Wall, aired II years, Florence),
I am going to write the Busy Bees and
UU them of my trip to Helens, Mont.,
where I visited two weeks with my auntie
who I a nun In th convent I eould
hardly wait till the time cams to go.
We left Omaha at t o'clock Monday even-
Ins, and anrved at Helens Wednesday
at I p. m.. our train being late. W
arrived Is our first snow storm of th
season, October U, UU. We took s hack
and drove two miles to the convent.
which Is Iocs ted right at the foot of
Mount Helena. We passed the Crow res
ervation and ssw the Indians. They
amused us much when they forded the
river. And the tUtl farther in th
distance we aaw tb monument of Oes-
Hsd delightful tint while at Helen
and I only missed two day golag dow
to Helena and I went t th picture enow
Saturday, which was especially for
And cn my way home I saw soms nice
things and we Mopped at Ltvingstos,
Mont. ,We stayed there oae afternoon
and night and In two mora day reached
I am s aew Busy Be and would like
to Join the Red Sde.
Clytie: A Sunflower Myth.
By MolUe Corenman.. MS South Seventh
Clytia wss in th garden, Sh was
looking at th sky. Sh liked to wstch
th cloud a " -
"How soft and pretty they si." shs
said. "Wtiat s big one that hi! There H
goes now! What wss behind It? It must
hv bees Apollo. He wss driving the
sua chariot. I wlH watch for him each
day." said CU He,
Her mother earn to th door and said.
"What r you doing. Clytie 7" x
-Os. I ssw Apollo." said Clytie. "
shall watch for him every day."
"He will no.. Uk that." said bar
mother. "He want so on te see him. '
Clytie was a pretty glrL She wss tall
aad slender; her cheeks were rosy nd
she had golden hair.
Apollo caw Ctytl and be said. "She
has looked at ma for nine days''
Then he got angry and changed her
Into a sunflower. .'
By Rebecca KatsmSn, tttt R guest.
South Omaha. Aged IS years.
Ones there wss a Uttle hoy aad his
name was Tommy. Tommy had parents,
but they were mesa to hint, so h did
not Uvs with them. He lived with a
friend f sis who Uked him very moclL
His Perec te dsd sot' ear for him. Mrs
Brows th lady be Heed with, wa very
kind to him, but Tommy sold papers to
pay foe hla board and clothes
One day he was selling papers an the
corner of a street whea he saw a pocket
book. He picked It np and locked ta
it. In tt were twenty dollars sod s dia
mond ring:. on tb back of at wss printed
tb nam and address eg th ktdy woo
lost it. After he sow. an hi paper ,
V ' J u r A I ?$fr)$&if- ' 5
"bA f felted mi
I w- W&,Hi ;iT4? w
I W' I lily . i S" : "v ,i i i . V I
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QBt.fae.ait Mouses Jnadc M2t
Have any ef th Busy Beee triad to at
tract the birds f (
Then are many ways of encouraging
eur feathered friends to 11 v around eur
bosses RoMywUokl vtaea watt bring ta
tiny, brilliant bumming bird, , tor thsy
Uk the honey in thee 'flowers Spar
rows, robblss, blue Jays, woodpecker
fUcsers, almost ssy of the rdlaary
birds-will com te drink and bath kt
a crock set in a quiet, shsdy corner near
But th surest wsy of attracting the
birds Is to provide homes for them la
which to do their housekeeping and feed
went to the lady' hous who bad lest
tt. Hs gav her s pocketsooh. Bh
thanked him and gav him th money.
Tommy would ot take h, but eh put It
la hi pocket. He thanked her tor It
and wast hems sad told M.-S Brew
about It. He wanted to give it to her,
but shs would not tabs Ik , .
She ssld. "Ton were honest and yea
deserve if About a week after Mrs
Brown adopted him and after that thy
called him Tammy Brows
letter to th Buy Bee Page.
By si ad el at ne Oehn, Aged 11 Tears. UN
Park Avenue. Red Side.
Dear Busy Bees: pear, kind Mother
Naur, who from my birth baa takes
th best care of ma, allow roe to lU
you f my awakening Mat spring.
At present my lesves are wider open
thaa any other buds', and my reason will
be told Is th following Incident: First,
I wui tell yo that my asm I Sudan
leave US, residing at Ulao Bush Twig
During the autumn ef MM my leave
who were merely my protege's during
th summer, put en their traveling suits
-and such beautifully colored ess they
were, too and west to their winter Quar
ters, leaving m alon as th tree.
I bow waited to have Mather Nature
end me my winter raiment, which h
soon did. First, sh gav me a aloe, soft.
downy blanket; then a silky, graestsb
drees, and. lastly, s suit brews storm
it. I wss so worm aad semfortsbl
that I mob fell asleep for winter.
When spring cam cn It wa so warm
thaa I threw off any heavy brows soat
and fried to think whether I should grew
or, wait tin I was son Jack Frost was
gons Everybody begged at to grow,
but I thought I was very wise ssd did
Every morning while I wa deliberating.
Mr. Blue Jay. th bold, would say, "Pott!
Mr. Bobia. the cheerful, would say.
"Cheerup. dear, ehorup!"
I looked about and ssw everything pise
wss up, but I did not wake to grow till
June. Than, to my embarrassment, I
found out that I wss th laughing stock
of my mates So, hereafter, 1 determined
to grew early.
Aa I am tired from dictating to my
steawgrapher, who la writing this, I most
stop, though I wish I could tell you some
of the many things I se from dsy to dsy.
o 1 will eioee. Tour truly, .
; The Victory. .
Everything waa excitement smong the
hoys of a small :Hix ta the eastern
part of lows It wss the day (or th
first base ban gam f tb eaeon to
Th gam was te be btweau th stab,
school fres'iimes sad th eighth grade.
Shorty, agists ft th grad team, aoojdj
Their Own Page
Boy Who Makes Bird
their young. Wren will eorae to Nv
In cigar hose fastened to the perwh.
But bird sot aa tarn as thee woum
rather . have bouses farther treat th
Albert MeOill Is a Booth Oasahs bop
who knows Just how to task the birds
cmfribl aad happy. The map!
tree around hi horn la South Oman
bav many bird houses of hi Biasing
and avery Mitt bouse Is takes. AM th
nttl house have eggs la them sad sooa
th trees will be full of young birds
What Albert MoOiU baa doss sny of
the Busy Bee ess do. U take a
ordinary cigar boa, puts tt high up la th
crotch of a tree and la a few dsy a
gat only tight men to play, and wa
busily' tryssg t get so me body to play
shortstop. About fifteen minute before
th tin for the gam to start a boy
from th Junior class consented to play
Everybody was laughing and Jeering
th grade team. Th freshmen bad aaw
base ball suits, but the graders had ta
wear their every -day clothe, for they
had no suits. Of eoorse, th freshmen
expected an easy gam at It
At last th gsms commenced. Neither
learn msd a score until th fourth In
ning, when th biggest boy fa the game
knocked g three-base hit and stola horns
staking ths first and only score tar the
freshmen. The game stood 1 tt I uatlt
the ninth Inning. Tb big fellow sgala
strode up to the plat la th alnth inning
aad swatted out a twe-bagger, hut waa
tagged out shortly afterward on an at
teen pi to steal third. The nest two up
Then la came the grade team, deter
mined to at least tie the score. The first
man (or rather boy) drew a pes, th next
ma hit a one-bagger, advancing th
first man to tatand Her a double steal
worked nicely. Th frhms' pitcher
wss getting act-mug sad walked tb next
mas ap, making th hue full. Th nest
mas up flaw out aad th aext fanned out
Shorty, who was up next, knew that ev
rybing depended e aim. Th first ball
pitched him was a wide ae, put th next
wall, that ball waa never heard of after
word Shorty had knocked a home run with
the bases fulL Tb game ended right
there snd the grade team marched off
th diamond with banners waring. They
had was the gam, t te L No mora were
they laughed er Jeered at; no, Mr, sot
after heeling a high school team.
Treatment of Bog. .
. By William H. Caxopen. Bin Bids
. Os reading th UU1 account concerning
th misfortune which happened to th
dog of which the Busy Be editor wrote
In last Sunday's paper, I was touched
with pity. I have s dog myself, which
has given m th chane at learning some
of th trouble Into which s dog I apt
to get .
Should we Injur a dog for barking?
If we stop to think, St kt th nly way by
which they can express themselves Dog
do -sot always bark to be mess Some
time they do It for th sake of getting
notice. Sometime they do tt to see If
the person to whom they addreee them-,
selves will show them a bttl kindness
If s dog keeps swsy frost s penoa yo
may be sura that person i sot very kind.
When a stranger comes te our ao'We eur
dog slwsys barks. If the trsngr knows
anything about dogs be will pet aad
earess him. thereby making th dog hts
friend; but if os the other hand be sees
angry snd begins to hick th dog; ya
may lmagjne tb result
A person should speak to dog. I am
act afraid of dogs because I can always
speak to them ad they generally obey
me. It resstods me of th saying. "A
yes treat, you will b treated." A Perse
pair of sparrows or bluebirds has started
making a Bast there.
Corn stares boxes or ether large beset
may be seed tor housing mors thsa n
tastily sf Mrds Albert MoOlU msd ae
of these rg hose 1st regular tittle
bird apertmest houss, with section I
four rami Hes Th bos 1 about twelve
mehes wkt by) fifteen Inches Htng d
swan Iswhe high. Th young smateur
craftsman partitioned It Into four apart.
tests put ea roof painted tt gray aad
set It ea standard la his ehlckess yard.
s boss spsrraws inspected tale Uttle,
sisrtmsst keuee, ertee they liked It,
brought straw for their Best d are
living there happily aw.
ought to baow br looking at a dog
whether he means danger or friendship.
Bvsryos oaa ream thee thing br giv
ing to them a uttl Urns
Nat I think that a tnan whs injure aa
animal for harking or tor doing aome
Uttle thing like that Is not Justified. la
my opinion man or woman or shild whs
treat dog In that manner I heartless,
cruel aad (ItUeas
Our Mother's Care.
By Usead Relpchnelder, Aged II Tears,
kw omreiog street
Ws are eur mother's pets when we are
mall. Sh take bettor care of u and
think more of us than any ether mother
would. Whea W grow big we will not
carry her around, but we wtU take tht
best care ef bar and w will return her
A Hew Bee.
Dear SMltes: I wish to Jola th Busy
Bee aad b n th Blue aids My
teaeher ( asm I Mis Bpethmana. I ara
In Fifth A. I am t years old. My name
I UUlaa Thorn OX Miami street, city.
By Lents M. Tlaune. Aped 11 Tears, 4tM
Miami street, usnan. pi Bias
In spring ths flower begin to grow.
And tha the winds begin to blow. (
The mother birds ere staking nests.
So ths little birds msy ao to reel.
Wi heer the rein go pit-a-pat.
And II l tie children ask 'What thstT'
This Is original.
PERILS OF LEAVING HOME
Lwsellses) of Sltsattaa Bad Da. as re
f Sew Aeeoalsttoas Ptatsrw)
- ' wr 14 TsrswU.
Id M. Tsrbell. writing ef "The Hons.
less Daughter" la th Assertee anags
srne, snake th following eomment
tb girl who leaves hem and goes out
Into th world to earn a living:
"The gnewlng el loneliness ef th girl
wb hs left borne to ntak her way kt
I of th moat frotOeea eaueee of th
ueeUosabla relstloae which well-barn
girl form more often than society real.
rses Th girl ales re eagerly every chane
' mpBlBSbl r pleasure. Hep keea
seed ef St makes her ovee spprerstlv
end under critical. Moreover, ah ha
th confides of Ignarenes Most Arse.
lees, gtrl are brought np as if wrong
doing were impossible to them. Nobody
hs eves suggested to thn that they
have th possibility f all erlsu la their
make-up! Fsrent and teachers ordi
narily have extraordinary skill In evad
ing, but Uttle la facing th facto f Ufe.
"Disarmed by bar Ignorance; th girl
gees out to a freedom tut as se coun
try ever before believed It safe to
aJlew th ye una, either gut or boy. This
freedom I of course th logical rsiuU
of what we csU th 'emancipation ef
women.' It at tb swinging ef the pen
dulum from the old, system of chsperoa-
agt aad authority. The weak point tt
la tb fact that th gtrl hs sot anewi
edge enough for her freedom. It In not
a return of th old system of guarded
girls which I needed. That I Impossi
bs under modern eooeiltoos out f
harmony with modem Ides. Tb great
need la that women of th essmtry real
ise that freedom unaccompanied by
knowledge la one of the moat dsngeros
tool that can he put Into s hamaa be
ing's ha ode. Tbe reluctance M weenea
to no this fact ht ths most diseewrsglng
stow of the woman question.
The girl who goes forth aouM f
armed wuh hnowledge. Bh should feel
th pull of Ike here la every wrtmieitt
or loneliness s Strang that ah I lit
erally Jerked back whea abe I ready to
slip. This hold ef the home kt hi-
mertral thing It kt s positive, gvtng
reality. Th heme has power t pre
Jestln Itself Into th Uvea of those who
go eut from It- It to where th girl do
nt carry from th horn nana or A
uainterrwptad reistms-a osrtolsty that
ah la a part of that group and that
achievement, test sh k only earning
ea. enlarging, heists to estems, beau
tify and ripen It work, that sh I not
home Nothing as so hold bar I
her laotsUos a that sense."
WHAT - WOMEN AJLE DOING.
Mis ihertrude ghoho Unrein, aeWtaer ai
men at Sag College, th women' part
eg Cornell, ssy that th number of wom
en who are la col lege without any v
national aim is so email aa to b aegHgt
bm. Of Sat women In th year SHa-lL nl
nv answered that they war ia th
eelltge without y ketesties e seiner,
rag to support themselves On t theee
women was married and tare west a
ggd to bs married.
Ta "utility lady" la ' asata or a
pretty toy that wa prenentsd to Mrs
Tft Inst week when sh vmv. the
Woman's Industrial exhibit In New T"h.
It wss mads by oae ef the ch.ldren In
th Industrial School tor CrlppUl Chil
dren and Is a doll with clothe (aond
hold needle booh, emery, agistors
thhnbl and so ea.
When clubwomen go to ths biennial
meeting st Ban Franeisoo In June mn
of th adjoining ottle etpect to
tola them. Tb Oakland clubwomen belt
a mealing rssaatlp to formulate plaaa
aad mng ether thlass decided thst
there should be utomobil tour to Mhv
Sea tan Joss Joaquin Miller ha -toaded
an Invitation to th women t
visit "Ths Heights" -
They are said to bare a aaw gam la
Cblcage. which may be a training for
erne thin ina la th future. Worn
tend thirty fret away fem an Imitation
window with bull's y la th center,
la which M eeoceeled be. A bail wras
se la sloth la threw at th window,
aad when II hits th burl y th keH
rings It th target 1 hi ten potato are
(cored, ass If the hell ring thirty pasnt
Ooveruer Di f New Tsrfe. signed bill
last weak authorising th appointment
f blind children under tt rear at ag to
hemes maintained by the Intej-aaiioaal
Sunshine society. This bill wag passed
ea March it, a little gtrl who he re
ceived her educaUea at on tag hemes
f the Sunshine society being th "lobby
1st" Mrs Cyntbl Wentow AM, presto
dent ef th Internalise! Buniruos so.
etetr, brought the Uttle girt to Albany
ECZEOA BURuED SO
Befii in Smtlt fWd Spots m Ami
and Neck. Soon Sprtad Over Body.
Used Cutlcuf Sotpud Obtflptflt.
In On Wotk CwnpUtalj Curri.
nVMmrnhv awl -"sip
as bsa It
' mabT tt
wuted ta mr rm ad asek ksSsses
te seem ever ssy body. M an wasst en mr
asek tad aesat, snd It bussed se thst ee I
bams waaw, eel te as evanV Tsns I berea
to nm th Owtlenst See and gslsrer Ob.
Bsmt I seine with OuUeurs tvnp d set
water ssd atoned th Ouwsues Otatosml
every ahjhl asd sssnssw ssd at one weak I
osephaie MoOsfsstok. Mev. I, 111,
FOR EAQ CASE Cf Pt"JUS
Phytkk Rsgsramida Httijra.N
tM Third Are., HW Twrk. ,'eont
alto small ssd phspint wham MM
devtioped kit ktrg seek sad SW7 mo wel
la sue sadltioa that I wet eehamed to
cut t tb ksuss After wang aWves
I went to a hospital for treatment. Ths
bead pbysksnu test m I euM ham. to repert
for tares er tout sere the fs treatment heSart
the bee would even start to fSippiti,
"A psung physerli wbil treatkej aw
ssoorn mended Culamr loag sad Omianal
nd toM nm to sreat my men every alht re.
fore leunng wHS set ma CeS.n tee eod
Omtmaat. Th imnlnj stisSid were fat
S wat mpstealy eused at shrt tuns by ths
nea ef the Cuilrum floap aad Omtwml.
tSKned) Fred Vlehmeyer, Sept T, Itll.
Oatlesr Boep and Omtmaat are seel
ST snnbsasas ass
with sa-p. bool
Peot T. Bostca.
hare wuh Cuucuau Soap Bhavmg ahdh
will make Ants disappear
from any bouse' within
At Grocers and Drubts
iwarsreonawi ere m V Sf
away, i mmMr gf j
sad rellaba Se- tv - w
aeseple tCw. t.etnl
Josephine Le Fevre Compasj
Said by Oeeuoo lrug Co tb Bell Drug
Ce aad oas BsatnUl Csmpasy. Oman
WINS BET OF J
Well Xjww Ttrj Cleaner;
Provei KU "Juiow How
Tr this Art ist Wnor '
emw. e o 4j
Ctjsvaiag'. . .i-
. V r --
wnrs a box or cigars
Ct&ng-es Old Eng. laia Bogs
Aiprently "Just BougtV
MARVEL WORK ON RUGS
Modora Xug CleaasiBg Sysien
Is Dreslier Bros; Ovru.
THS BET IS WOlf PsVIRLY;
Jsrohs. A Advertising write ::is
ruttg Coststaced TkM B 8les
Ttre Tremb Wkt Ho -Bcjost
Prreher Method of Bug ? j
Ctosaslsf. ; ;i
mmmmm . r t
bloat ass man would b wiliina- la
Ion bh arte at a be of oigare to -bs
ahs4 th arte t twg egpeasiy fuS
i thst hi Juat th way i- trty
Jacoha. AdYcrtlslng Writer, feel about-
IL . .
SojB Mm at v scobs to a tstttsr-
lag wsxt ke(ertne -g- wwwv
ash Bros. Oeaasrs as lTrs
Slit rsrnam St, thst thare was s, rg;
clesaln V Bight kt tb PrasbsS
grede of oleumg would aiwr up"
to the require stsndar. -f u ys
cists tw rug of mrs ana aajee,
mors' said jasshav "it asak.jains
look p like aw.
Indernrnthla "AT w e hla feet in a.
leateat, eaewKtirssV "B U a bag. t
clgart rt Uhbcrt will toy your
rag ara asm if I ) 'em, W VBTT
as tea tag Bons
"My rug are aU right," said Jeoots
"not say bole a 'em, but Qmahs goes
ban Waekened mi and 1 ftaa'i uvs ;
nay asertnl en gee sno eeeor ,
Ob But tabs bot anyway. On !
i ap. Touil hear fteyn- me if th
hwa good snd you'U hear from m,l j
th toh's bad." i r
Tb peaalt f lb whole Bjalter 1 that
Jacob la out th prtc ef a boa f
flssrs but U asd th pris of tw
rut that will easily pea muster a
new, dny pines or any Mnvai-onlor aa ;
bright as when originally dyad St. th
mill; nap a perfect a when tb rug
toft b moms; ruga that r "tsd"
ruet aa nesrB sen them st tht mills
la ether word. Jasoh baa caved th
press eg two rugs that would bav be
be got sew tress som furniture tlr.
Iter. me ut if th Dreshtr Job at clesnlag
had not turned est so mnrvalously fins
Jacob I now so firm aa edvoesi
f trehr Bros' method of rug eln
log, .that h bivMes any in teres ted nt
to as th rug aa they appear os th
floors of kl home at Hit Capitol Ave,
The cleaning wa cleverly don : snd)
reetoraHoa bs bees made kt a wonder,
ful manner. Many aalgbbore who'hadl
seen . Um floe ceretlnga befor , an4
after thsy bag asnatd through t th
Dresner proossa st thwnlng. ootid
sen roe believe that they were th ldtntle
. Th I'reshir Sytom of f)ug Clesalua
has bees Invested ssd psegnesnd, Hght
hr In Omaha by th Oreeher boy
taemeelvw; their expert operators tpsua
a ohnllenge to extrsot dirt and isjsll
fwnv rug that bav yuat bees retiltned)
frees your formes -href lsssrr Asd
what Is mor si easing, Drsshr una. ab
solutely no soap and water in clesglag
a rug, pa thst combination form s
lye sd tyo cat Ufa aad color oat, of
any floor covering. The Dree her. pro
oa used ea your rug U th identical,
method need. In cleaning year ttsecg
rewns smlta and dresses. A rug can
not be harmed s half going through
euth a araosss Try tt eat on any rug
you assy have shout pour hems ' Band
your rug to Drwxhtr and feel slattd
over thg results u as Jssob docs- -
Just pbons Tylar ISM er Aato. Ae
IMS and gst all tafamvation svsr.tho
phone, er etop at Qreshey agencies Is
the Perapclaa Itoem f th Braadelg
gters and Dreehsr, Th Tailors estab
lishment at 1111 rarnam St.
Or, better stm. stop at the Immense
Kt,m plant at StlMlll rssnare fU
snd nee specimens of rugs slrssdp
cleaned, .y ""
If you 11 va wit f tew send 1b yeiiP
rug by xpreee; prashers pay axpres
os wsy. .
And pitas bear In mind thai this M
prlng; winter garments should b there
oghly cleaned before . putting them
away for the summer, whii your mat
summer's garments nbould be brought
eut and cleaned bfar you . think of
wearing them; tb cleaning to be done
by preshct Br ef courts. - . . r-
16tk ft Ctliftnit Sli
PlflgP1tOP Itost tmle ht Oenaeetloa
Bnnatsg hat as eoht water wttk
elotnes oloeete is every room, y-ooal
and long dlstasa telephone. Clrea
lattsg ioa water. Alt ootaia rooms
v.ewd la th heart f th bamnea
and ahopping dlstriat. Host meder
aad beet tarnished hotel la Omaas
UBOBT West d7th BOwaC. '
s. x. cat. ...
30 root Baas ( sTsondwns.
A ntoatee) Breproeg beset to tne '
Senrt of th tbstiet. dub aad hotel
gmsrhrt ssTvewiest to all ear Uses .
eaoonamai nrobestrs, hVeeeaf
Ht prtvuxe beta p.m pre dsy.
green (use Cwairni nutkm. Brwaev
esy aare wlthowt rnaafer. gvem
I onnen renin atatios. TtS Aveans
earn wuasuf jhranaier. - Beafci eo
' reuiiest .
B. B. 6HAKKS, Prop. t;
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