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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 21, 1913
EM DERHLED OH CURVE
'Sweety Persons Injured in Wreck
ZTear Manhattan, San.
ONE KAN PROBABLY WILL DIE
msaenitera In SmolUn, Cap Nenrlr
Drorrnf 1 In Flood or Cream
from tin Kirn bp Cr Conches
Iloll Voirn Grade.
MANltATTAN, Kan., Spt sa Twenty
pssstnrers were Injurfed,. ona probably
fatally, when pawenBer train No. 40 on
the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific rail
road, eut bound from Denver and Colo
redo Springs to St. Iut, was derailed
on a. c'urre a mil west of here thli
Eight coaches left the rails, one Of
them, the steel baggu.ee and smoking car
combined, rolUnfc down a twenty-foot era;
bankment, turning over three times, and
landing upside dawn. The smoking? com
partment was full of passengers, moat of
Inborn, were Injured, but none seriously,
except J, B. Baldy of Kertngton, Kan.,
who was crushed by a falling trunk. lie
probably will die. J, O. -Thompson, con
ductor, was also seriously Injured.
The smoking compartment wad inun
dated and the passengers bespattered by
a flood of cream from a consignment In
the baggage compartment.
A defective rait Is said, to have caused
the accident. The train was running
kfcoot twenty .mile an hour when It left
,H0W BIRDS LEARN TO SING
MtthoA Is Verr Similar' o that (
Teaching: Children Slow
Young birds learn to sing, as children
learn to talk, for the most part by imi
tating their parents, but while the mother
Is the chief Instructor of. baby children,
the father Is the principal tutor of baby
'birds. The power of mtmlory is strongly
developed In many birds, like our mock
lns birds, the English, starlings, and the
Cadlaa minas, to say nothing of parrot
and cockatoos. Some year ago there was
glossy black hlU-ina in the London
too, which used to say, "I syl" and "alt
rafifht' with a perfect cockney accent,
picked, up rom a worthy keeper, n&
parrot can leant Hindustani ad easily
Mf the parrot In "Vert-vert" learned
The mocking bird seems quite con
sciously to. imitate other birds. Many
1eca. conspicuous songsters do the same.
The little English redbreast, who Is the
true robin, has been heard singing tho
brilliant' song of the thrush. The Eng
lish blackbirds, one of the finest of
feathered choristers, has on two or three
occasions been caught imitating the
cherry call of chanticleer. An English
jskylark has borrowed the homely little
,jxmc et the chaffinch, and converted It
'itnlo searing skylark rhythms. But quite
japart from raadom borrowing,
Iwhfch, hewcer. shows the perfection -p
Sar,"a4 of the: faculty of mimicry. hws4
4a tM regular eV ana praetlcs of,
JmfcleWwfoc Wrts )ium their Bropsr
&OMI, at, wU .as -iMr tail wrtsa. thotr
jTSIetafc mm, sd;;wha rsrUiry of,
MH& mfc. Osrtssa, Ma, Hava .baen
Wthrir&iMiisttoifc MHri. tka little
' brow. gold erst around warblers
Iui.eW.tt.fcitd ctt -'TTet&ttH
.tacn'Vl tefcsjssr eachr1"' 4ya their lit
t tU out 'Wgm4 ttaalns ltotts,-whllj
th yoHagsiet's' are still in the brown,
vDtoh-evM Dhasd rmt the' growl,
tfeat aas ato tke WkAi their name.
First the father and. mother bird ring
a 4at; ih tka little .ones try to Iml
vtate it; the parents aver Jt Ufato, and
;h youngsters try again. After a while
the dinner question presses and. tho elders
to off lo hunt foAgrubs and cater
pillars, Wile they are away the young
ona practice their singing lessen, going
evar it agajn and again, and then sing
Ingi it. oice more after their parents-' On'
their Murp. English naturalists, havo
Mted vryi similar lessons given In the
month. o August by the 'familiar and
AtracUrs yellow bunting, so abundant, in.
IKe heisjsrew's so popular a per
The vat army of land
buyer, will iwver know you have land
for swle unless you tell themand you
can only tell tho greater ahafo of them
through The Beo. Its classified coh
nmns, "For Sale Lands" nro read bjr
thousands daily, and tho results to ad
vertisers in this department are quiek,
substantial and highly profitable, for
the persons who read these ad aro
tho kind who
sonalia in folklore. The song of the "yel
lowhammer" has for generations been
rendered thusr "A Mile bit of Bread
arid no cheese.!" ahd the rendering ts
excellent In the month of August, then,
parent and child, well hid In the midst
of a thick hawthorn hedge, begin their
lesson. The parent first sings, clearly
and distinctly, "A little bit of bread and
no cheesol" Then the young yellowham
mer tries to copy It, haltingly at first,
and perhaps gets as far as "A little
bit of bread and no" and then
stops, not remembering, or not feeling
equal, to, the cheese. The parent sings
again, and the youngsters, again re
peats, still In a weak and uncertain way;
but as August merges Into September,
and the haws swell (on the boughs, the'
young ono's song grows stronger .and'
more assured, till at last he graduates
with the full melody.
Dut not all young birds get such regu
lar lessons, Many try the songs them
selves, after listening to their fond fath
ers, and queer, stumbling attempts they
make at first, very like the efforts of
children learning' to talk. Imitation','
therefore, counts for much. Thus the
eggs of the English common linnet-have
been taken from the neat, and placed
uhder brooding skylarks, wood larks and
titlarks; and In each case the young
linnets have learned the song of their
SUFFERED SEVERAL YEARS
RELIEVED BY PERUNA
"OME BOTTLE DID ME MORE
GOOD THAN ALL OTHER
REMEDIES PUT TOGETHER,
Mil. JOHN N. W ATKINS.
Ur. John N. Watklns, 8Ui A fcritten
dak St, bt. Louis, Mo., Writes:
ilAtKAKir Mil ibc snjtflf ail.
VerUoed medlcliteR for.kklMy
m4 l)kwklr ferowblB tHere la
MvthiftX avWh. euaki sirwaa.
I Miffri ' for sewal years
"wit iroHbl, pei-hHJi-alredfl
of dollars oa deeters aI '
edklii Md ail to no jwrjww,
Mntil I ook Pm mma. ;
"Oimi nXtle die nw'Mr
good tsuui all Ue others Htt
togtfcer, as they ely iraieoHei
my system. I'mhh CHrml Ke.
I Hsetl It for four mouths be
fore a complete cure was ac
complished, but am truly
grateful to you. The least I
caa do In return Is to acknorrl
edge tho merits of Pcruiia,"
A Refiaarkftble, Recovery.
Air, John N. Watklna, whose por
trait accompanies this article, has a
very Interesting story to tell. Ha
aro able to buy, and who
If you have land to soli
Tho Bee will boII it for you.
The Beo Want Ad Department
Phone Tyler 1000.
Have your cnrravlng done by us. A draw
Ins; and cut like this would cost you $8.00.
Write ui for Information and suggestions.
Bee Xngravino; Department
Bm Bldff. Tyler 1000.
foster parenta nut Imitation Is not
everything. Quite apart from singing les
sons and mimicry, songs seems to be as
natural for birds as the true baby talk
Is for little children, who only begin
consciously to imitate their parenta after
many morlths of 'gb6-goo"-!ng and "ba-ba-ba"-lng
oh their own accounts. The
Kuroperfn cuckoo, for example, is notor
ious for laying her eggs In other birds'
nests, generally' those of the quiet little
hedge sparrow, just as the American
cowblrd lays hers In the nests of the
wood-warblers. Tet younir cuckoos learn
. M.tl lkn.,.1. . 1. ...... I . I
parents, and there Is no record of their !
exef .repeating the song of their Involun
tary foster parents, the hedgo sparrows.
Women Talk Kirss Than Men,
A-patlerit Frenc. statistician has dis
covered that Women talk J tea than men.
Kof the last month M. Dubudont of
Paris has. been taking hi stand In vari
ous parts of Paris with the set purpose
of overhearing as much as possible of the
iHinvcrsation of passersby In order to dls
cover the answer to the momentous ques
tion. JTrdm theaters, from the table, from
the streets. Dubudont brought the some
tale men Invariably controlled the con
versations. The Investigator advanced tho odd
theory that woman's remarkable advance
ment, in education and tne allowance of
a broader enjoyment of life In tho last
twenty years have caused her to talk less.
-New York World.
sent It to tis entfrely unsolicited. Ela
statement lo, "Tho least that X can
do In return for tho benefit X have
received, is to acknowledge the mer
its of Corona.'
A great many people feel this my,
and voluntarily give us the privilege
of using their testimonial in spits of
the faot that thero are some vrho are
prejudiced against testimonials.
Mr, watklnas trouble was Kidnoy
and bladder disease, as he states.
Just exactly -what the nature of tho
disease was tve nave no mean of
knowing; He had, however, what
the doctors called kidney disease,
and he bad suffered for several years
with the trouble.
Naturally enough B
means and en or 7
would not sit down
and whine because of
his .trouble, but ha at
tempted to find relief.
He spent hundreds of
dollars in trylne to And relief. It
seems that he was disappointed en
tirely. At last he was Induced to take Pc
runa. Just who called bis attention
to the remedy wo do not krfow. IWo
presume It was a neighbor who had
taken It for a similar purpose. Ia
beginning; to take Feruna he states
"One bottle did me more good than ait
tho other remedies put together." lie
continued to take Feruna for four
months, at whloh time, he- claims he was
completely restored, to health. It was
bis gratltudo for good health again that
ted&tm tb write -the -tesumenlal and al
low. us t& use. his sprtralt Ja connection
- We. offer no explanation, as to how Fe
runa effected "a change la his case. The
operation of medicine is mostly laexpUo-
able. The fact that he had diligently
sought relief and tried other popular
remedies and began to improve as soon
as ha. took Feniaa,. Im evidence that can
not be disputed that Feruna did for him
just what he says It did.
Naturally enough, Mr. Watkins rec
ommends Feruna to other people sim
ilarly afflicted. It any one desires .to
write him and obtain further particulars
they should remember to enclose a stamp
for reply. Otherwise their letter may re
ceive no attention.
Catarrh of Kidneys.
Judge'C. J. Park, n. P. t, 4, qreens
boro, Qreene Co., Ga., writes; "For a
long tlmn X was troubled with catarrh
of the kidneys and after taking Feruna
I feel Ilka a new man."
Those who object to liquid medicines
can now procure Feruna Tablets.
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