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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER
Busy Bees -:-
Their Own Page
OW many of tho Busy Bees will cat turkey with tholr grand
parents and how many will go to the country for inanKBgiv
Ing thla ycarT li, there aro any Boca who will go to tho coun
try many good times aro In Btoro for these young people. Tho
harvesting Ib over and tho haystacks aro tho beat fun to hldo
around. Tho apples aro In tho cellar for tho winter and the
things to cat at "grandma's" aro much bettor than thoBO pre
pared by anyone else.
It would bo Interesting to hear from as many of tho Busy Bees aa pos
sible who will go to tho country for their Thanksgiving dinners.
Perhaps many of you know of somo turkeyB which aro to be Baved for
this holiday dinner.
Do many of thoso young readers know why our Pilgrim fathers ate
turkey at their first Thanksgiving dinner?
Cannot some Busy Bco toll us why we havo a Thanksgiving day and
the ways our grandparonts, fathers and mothers and wo eclobrato this day?
Stories of turkeyB and pumpkins and how thoy grow and to what ubo they
are put would bo interesting subjects for many of tho Busy Bees.
Hallowe'en parties have taken up much of our tlmo this wcok, and the
UBual games and cider and doughnuts served at tho party. How many of
the Busy Boos had Hallowe'en parties? And won't those who did toll us
Little Stories by Little Folk
The Pansy Beds.
Vy Dorothy E. Judson, Aged 1J Yean,
123 South Thirty-second Avenue
In a little corner of a large, large,
beautiful yard was a little pansy bed.
At the end of thti lance yard stood a
castle. There lived a beautiful princess.
Every morning she would come out Into
this largo yard and vUIt all the flower.
But when she got to the pansy bed she
would say. "I don't see how anyone
could like these flowers; they are so
email. I like tho roses because they
show off so much and thny stand so
tall and ore such a beautiful color."
Then she would skip away singing, leav
ing the poor little pansy very sad.
But a few days after this the princess
trot sick In bed; so sick that she did not
know hardly anything. But one day when
she was getting better she looked over
on the window sill and there stood a dear
little bouquet of these dear little p&nsles
in a vase. "Oh," she cried, "what dear
flowers. Oh. how I love them. Their llttlo
faces axa so bright and happy looking.
And, oh, see them nodding their heads to
mo. X know they will holn me get welt."
And sure enough, in a few days sho
was H well again. And when people
would tell her how quickly she got well,
she would say, pointing to the panslcs,
for she always kept some In her room,
"They made me well."
The prlncoBH aiwuya made her longest
visit at the pansy bed, when she would
bo out In the garden, She had forgotten
what sho hod said about the pansles
Always be kind to everyone whether.you
like them or not.
A Story About Leaves;
ty Grace Moore. Affod 10 Yoara, Bllver
Creek, Neb. Uluo Bldu.
Dear Busy Dees and Editor:
It is autumn and the leaves are falling.
1 like to find all tho kinds I can? I like
the maple because It is such a pretty
shape and also the ivy leaf; it turns so
red. A friend of mine and I used to go
nnd take our dinner or lunch and hunt
for leaves or flowers. One day we took
lunch and picked lota of autumn leaves.
"We. also found wild grapes and plums.
We stayed until 4 o'clock and then came
home. We had for our lunch sandwiches,
cookies, cake, pickles, pears and peaches.
X will close. From your loving Junior.
( (Honorable Mention.)
A, Hallowe'en Eve Spent Happily.
Uy Walter A. Aver:!, 2S14 Chicago Street,
Omaha, lied 81de.
Two years ago thla Hallowe'en our
church gave a masquerade party In honor
of Uollowe'en. 1 lived in Creston, la.,
nt the time, and, my, what a good time
Ona of my friends, Holly by name, wont
with me. He d reused as a poor colored
boy and nobody on earth would have
known him if ho hadn't talked so much.
X was dressed as a little old man. I wore
a pair of long pants, an old sweater and
'tin old Panama that, with nit my
wig, would bare aMpped down over my
eyes. Of course L had on a mask and my
Wg wig was snowy whit s was my
beard that huag three-fourths the way
4owa ts uay waist.
The officials of the party resembled
Amt two minutes after all the guests
RULES FOR YOUNG WRITERS
1. Write plainly on one aids of
the papur only and number the
3. Use psn and Ink, not pencil.
3. Short and polnt4 articles
will be given Preference. So not
use over SCO words.
4. Original stories or letters
only will be used.
s. Write your name, age and ad
dress at the top of the first pa?e.
rirst and ssoond prises of books
will be given for the best two con
tributions to this page each week.
Address all ooatmanlcatlons to
Omaha Bee. Omaha, Keb.
apron under her arm, met at grandpa's
house. Thoy then wont Imide and set
to work. In an hour and n half on the
table wan placed a large Pla eful of pie
and doughnuts and grandpa's favorite
kind of cake. On the ittdcboard a hugo
Plato of muffins and a pie. After laying
a white dish cloth over them, tho girls
went out of the houro very happy.
That evening the. girls all hid; Mary
behind a rose bush. Grace n grape vine
and Norma In the row of gooebe ry
bushes. As soon as grandpa hsd dlsap
pcared In the houe they ran to the win
dow. There Btood grandpa looking at
the desk In amazement.
"He looks happy, doesn't he. glrl7"
said Grace, and with that they left.
Uy Itobcrt McAullffc. Aged 11 vears 3219
Be ward street, Omaha. lied Side.
tovery Hallowe'en we duck In the wa
ter for apples and pennies. Vaat year wc
went outside and throw com and scared
people with pumpkins.
Wo had a llttlo dog named Sport and
wo took him out to the country yester
day In an automobile, and he enjoyed
tho ride very mudh, but when wo put
him In the barn ho didn't liko it no
There Is a big corn field two blocks
away from our houso nnd that's where
wc got our corn.
' Rover's Story.
IJy lncx Erwln, Aged 9 Years, Craig,
My name Is Itover. I enmo from Oak
land when I was a puppy, which was
four yoars ago. When I camo horo I
found somo puppies to ploy with an.l
what good times we used to have to
gether. Puppy Boy was a great friend
of mine I would let him do whafvr '
liked to mo and never growled or snap
ped at him. He was only a baby puppy, 2
years old and ho did not know when he
was hurling me. Every day after dinner
ho would sit down In front of me and
arrived a little card and a pencil were
given to each person. We were supposed
to try to guess tho namo of each person
as they come up in front of the rest of
the church and writo it down on the
card. After everybody had been "brought
to tho front" there were only three who
were not known by tho others. One of
theso was a .boy why was dressed in a
big, box-like dress. He looked llko a
big black pillow as only his feet showed.
Another was a girl who everybody
thought was a boy and I was the other,
on account of my chum holding his
tongue. After this wo had the best kind
of refreshments that "Just struck the
After having our fill of the delicacies
we played alt sorts of games. Tho one I
lilted best was to get an opplo that was In
a pan of water withyour teeth, or In
other words, "duck" for It. There was
a fortune teller there and all of us had
our palms read. At last our games wcro
over and we started to get ready to go
home, but "we sure did have a good
time," as my friend expressed It.
By Leona B. Johnston. 20 Evans Street,
Omaha. Ago 11 Years. Blue Side.
Nutting is a very much liked sport In
the days of harvostlng. Wo met at Janes
vlllo crossroad, near Blair, Neb. We
tramped until the golden sun was high
over our head We bu'lt a fire out of
the fallen limbs of forost 'trees. We had
foiir forks to hold our food over the fire.
I took one fork and rt ck It In a wlny
and supported It until It elitled, which
told mo it was done. Wo cooked ten po
tatoes in a kettle over tho fire, supported
by a strong limb. We ate our dinner and
tramped one-half mile to where the wal
nut trees were. We picked a sack full
and went home. .
By Joseph Johnson, Aged 10 Years, SKI
lvenpor; Street, Omaha.
"Oh. girls. I've got the best plan."
cried Vary In tho room.
"Oh, what la it, MaryT" cried Grace
and Norma In chorus.
"Grandpa is away today and won't be
home till tomorrow. We can go In and
bake somo ntco things and leave them on
his desk. Then, In the evening wo can
hldo until ho oomos aitd then look In tho
j window and sea how he likes it," cried
The next day the girls, each with an
pick my teeth with a sharp stick. H
"Now, Itover. you must havo your
teeth cleaned like papa." If he hurt me
with his sharp stick t would get up and
walk away. One day I was walking with
the children when little Bjy now s y. a-s
old. fell Into a little poml. His oldei
brother tried to savo him but could not
I Jumped In and catching the llttlo fe!
'ow's Jacket In my teeth dragged his
ashore. My master calls me Hero now
and gave mo a silver collar with my
new name on it and a flno motto, "Al
ways faithful." Don't you think It Is ,i
good motto for children as well as docs'"
A Letter from the Queen.
OMAHA, Oct. 28, Wit
Dear Busy Bees:
I notice! In last fMndtiy's paper that
most of tho contributions were from the
Wiles. This looked encouraging and I
onty hopo It will continue.
The Beds will havo to do some hust
ling If they want to beat. Was glad, to
welcome two new Bees to our side, and
hopo they will write some stories In the
near future. I am rorry to know thit
one of our best writers, Nclllo Snyder,
lifts reached the age limit, but I am glad
to welcome her sister. Edna May Snyder,
nnd hopo she wilt prove as loyal a sub
ject as her sister has been.
Let's keep up the good work for we
can't afford to loso this tlmo.
Whenever discouraged, think of tha
old adage, "Try, try again."
MILDRED C. WHITE.
A Fine Day.
By Allene Averill, aged 6 years, 2S14 Chi
cago SCeof. Omaha. Bed Side.
One day last summer our teacher
planned a plcnlo for us. We went out to
Bomls park. Wo started about 10 o'clock
and played games until it was time to
lunch. After we ate we played games
until aboi't 4 o'cl"ck w-rn wo staterd for
home. We had a nice time.
Wiite more stories, Reds.
STREET CARJUMPS TRACK
Benson Car at Thirteenth and Vinton
Streets Crashes Into Store.
CONDUCTOR IS BDLY INJURED
Motorraan Is Pinioned In Vestibule
nnd Conductor Thrown from the
Hear l'lntfnrm, Uecelvlnir
While going at a high rate of speed, a
Benson street car Jumped from the track
at the curve at Thirteenth and Vinton
street yesterday morning at B o'clock, rnn
over the curb and croshad through the
font of G. E. Harding's grocory store. The
building and . car wero badly wrecked.
Counters were overturned, glass Bhow
cases smashed and groceries and' stock
scattered ovor the floor. The front end
of tho car wont into the building about
Tho car was going east on Vinton
street on the spur from Sixteenth street
to Thirteenth street. While going down
the steep Incline towards Thirteenth
street, the wheels slipped on the frosty
rails and the car ran off the tracks at
the steep curve.
' Motorman Beo wns caught In the
vestibule pf the car and. was unable to
get out until part of tho wrecked front
end of the car had been removed. Con
ductor Hudson was knocked off the car
and his back seriously wrenched. Ho was
taken to his home.
The car "was gottenback on tllo trade
by 7 o'clock and taken to 1 the, bam for
repairs. Tho store is damagod to tho
extent of $500.
WYOMING SHEEP MAN
VISITING WITH PARENTS
J. Wentworth Carso, secretary and trea
surer of tho Beokwlth-Qulnn .Land nnd
Cattlo company of Sage, Wyo., brought
to the South Omaha markot 4,000 sheep
and has boon visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Carso of 114 North Thirtieth
street, for tho past week. Mr. Carse Is
also interested In Evanston'a National
bank and has boon Invited twice to be a
camlldato for state senator on the re
Two Confidence Men
Crawl Out Window
of Maloney's Office
Two confidence men were arrested at
tho Union station by Officer Brown about
9 o'clock yesterday and mado their
getaway about half an hour later while
under the very eyes of Chief of Detec
tives Stovo Malonoy. Brown brought tho
men to police headquarters and turned
them over to Maloncy. Tho big chief
took both men into his offlco and was
questioning them when a negro rushed
into his office nnd yelled, "Say, Steve,
come quick, someone stole my watch."
Stevo made a bound from his chair out
Into tho next room. Whllo he waa talk
ing to tho negro tho two confidence men
softly raised tho window, let themselves
out and when Moloney returned to his
offlco he was met by a cold blast coming
from tho window. Stevo Is on tho war
path. Manufacturers to
Discuss Big Topics
Safeguarding employes, workmen's
compensation, Investment in home Indus
tries, liability Insurance and rates and
advertisement of Nebraska aro somo of
tho topics which will bo discussed at the
meeting November 14 and IS of the man
ufacturers of tho state.
A committee representing tho principal
manufacturing cules of tho state Is now
arranging tho program for the entertain
ment of the visitors while in Omaha and
the question to be taken up. The manu
facturers will be organized Into a state
association at that time.
Omaha Man Charged
With Killing Wife
The police have received a telegram
from Chief of Pollco Kaplan of Si. 1'aul,
Minn., slating that Emmet Morgan son
of Mrs. Myrtle Morgan of SS14 Miami
street, was arrosted there Friday night
on the charge of murdarlng his wife.
Motorcycle Offlcor Whcelor broke the
news to Mrs. Morgan this morning. Sho
Is prostrated over the act of her son.
60c to $1.25 per pound
ARE made only in the bright, sunny factory the fllus
f tration shows. It's the best equipped, most sanitary
plant of the kind in America. When you biiy
Woodward's you are sure of purity sure of the highest
quality candies you can buy. They are the result of oyer
thirty years experience in the art of candy production.
Woodward's Candies are never tough, but always smooth
and tender, with, temptingly, delicate flavors. Come. in a
variety of attractive packages with every selection of con
tents the most discriminating taste can crave.
Maraschino Che i lie
California Royal Aaoe Cherries preserved in a SurrSynn
flavored with Genuine Maraschino, dipped ia Milk laocolata,
each piece wrapped in wax paper.
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
New York State Whole Strawberries dipped in Cream aa4
Exceptional, contain tteo tiaj
An exceptloaal assortment of Nut Craters, Fruit Ccatem,
Nut Straws, Caraaaek, Nougats sad NougarJoes,
Virginia C, Italian Style CAeceof-
Each piece carefully wrapped. OwppedFrult and Nut Centers.
Trio! a Auortment, three tray
One of Dipped Nats, one of CarlsvpU and Nougats, aadea
of Special Centers, high grata coating.
Caramel and Noagatt
Chocolate eprered. A hit variety of Plain. Not mad Seedal
Caramels. Hooey Nougat sad Plain Nougat, dipped ia a
sweet Caracas Coating.
Re -J -Ha
A large assortment of Unusual Centers sod Dipped
Nuts, coated With a sweet Caracas Chocolate.
Every leading Druggist
or Confectioner can
to Arrive Monday
The hydro-aeroplane In which' Tony
Jannus w 11 fly and navigate from Omaha
to Now Orleans has been expressed from
Chicago and will arrive here Monday.
Tho aviator is expected In Omaha Tues
day, to begin preparations for his flight.
A two hours' exhibition will be given by
him Wednesday afternoon at Carter lake
at the Hod and Gun club. lie will prob
ably tako a passenger in tho car with him
for. the exhibition flights over tho lake
and circling tho Woodmen of tho World
Cities all along the route of flight are
preparing to receive tho aviator and
commercial clubs of Omaha, Kansas City
and New Orleans will time him.
PACKING HOUSE EMPLOYE
RECEIVES INJURY AWARD
Anton Danlelklewlcz, who fell down an
elevator shaft In tho Cudahy packing
plant In South Omaha and was seriously
Injured, was given a verdict for $7,fOJ by
a Jury before Judge Lee S. Eatello In
district court. lie had sued for J13.C00.
Made Soft aMvlrite
Busy Bees Hold a Hallowe'en Session
Treatment: On retiring, soak
the hands in hot water and
Cuticura Soap. Dry, anoint
:with Cuticura Ointment, and
wear soft bandages or old loocc
gloves during the night.
warlS. Ubanl aunpU of etli BjUlal Ira, J
t-t. fccefc. AA&ttM CoUcur.- Xtt. llr. 8- tjJ
Valeaka, the Self-Made Deauty-Queen, li tha
Onlr Woman on the AmerleanSUge Who Wears
No Switch,, Puff, or Other Hair Makuhifts.
Uy Valcska Suratt
Tllh use of hair switches, puffs,
"rats," and ho on are so common
these days that many readers have
found It difficult to believe the state
ment recently n.uda that your humblo
servant is tho only woman on the Amer
ican stage today that does not have to
resort to these makeshifts. It Is abso
lutely true. On my drosslng table you
Will never find a swtlch, bruld, turban,
wool roll or puff. I am proud of it.
Hut I am prouder of the wealth and
health of my owir-lmlr, becauso It wan
not without great Inbor ami repeated dis
appointments that I succeeded In acquir
ing them. I am giving you the benefit
of my own ripened experience Don't
brush your hair too much. dive It
frequent sun baths, and whenever you
cleanse your hair always use a Hham-
puo oi eggui, which i nave mentioned
previously In these columns and which
any good druggist should be able to sup
ply you for twcnty-flvo cents.
Of course these things are splendid
helps but what i really the soul of
success of forcing hair to grow, to re
gain and keep Us silky, healthy ap
pearance, to stop dandruff absolutely
nnd to keep the hair from falling is the
application of tho proper nutrient stimu
lant and pnraslte-kllling agent. Tlicxe
features we find combined In a remark
able degree in n.y formula belofc.
'"Chls formula alonn Is responsible for
the glnrloiiF head of hair of which I
am especially proud. If your liolr Is
fnlllni,-. If It simply doesn't 'grow, Is
short. Iukn llfeleos, Is thin in Its growth,
or w'liothor yon nro actually getting
bald, 1 ay to you right now lie;n the
I use or mis tormina, yuit anything else
, you may now bo using. Mix half a pint
1 of alcrhol with half a pint of witter. To
thin odd one ounce of liela-quliiol. Shake
thoroughly ard then It wl I be ready to
use. If you prefer, you can, use Imported
bay rum liio.-ni if tho wuter nnd nlo
J hoi. The I'ctu-quinol you can get at al
most nny uruif swre lor not nvire thr.a
fifty cents. Thla formula should be ap
plied very freely to ' the scalp after
brushing It roicrrtiMy for a few minutes
nil over. Pun tV.tnlo thoroughly Into
tho Fcalp v.-:th tho finger tips. Keep on
using it fMthfullv. You will be over
Joyed at the result.
Ji'l IRT Y-s f.c-klo-. muddy oomplex
Ion nnd led s;ots can b removed abso
lutely, oir oorPU'eTlnn -aiisiiredly will
be mod. w vidtrtully nure. pearly pink
and smooih by using the following:
Let half a pint of water come almos'
to a bolK Add two tablespoottfuls ot
glycerine. Keep stirring while adding one
ounce of ztmoie, until it Ij all dissolved.
Then let It cool. If the cream In too thick
to our easily from n bottle, thin It dowi
a llttlo with more hot water. Tho crearr
will be white and satiny. Hold a wet hoi
towel to the face soveiul times fcr several
mtnutMi. Hub this cream on the entlrt
face. Then wipe off with a coft dry cloth
Uhen ripply asrnln and let It dry on th
fuce. Kvp?at ttils again at night. An)
good druggist will let you havo zlnton
for about fifty cents.
t S S
KI.SIE 8. I havo known women to takt
off ten years ftom , their appearance by
using my wrinkle and crows-teet formula.
I have never known It to fall. Pour half
a pint of hot water In a bowl and place
tho bowl In a pan of water over & slow
fire. To this add two ounces of eptol.
fc'ttr until It Is dissolved and starts to
cream Then remove from the fire,
slowly add two lublespoonfuls of glycer
ine, and continue to stir until It U cold.
J'Jptol may lw obtained, for no more
than fifty cente. at any good drug store.
This ct cam should be applied very liber
ally, and thoroughly rubbed Into tho skin
until It has disappeared. The cream will
not grow hair op the face. Keep the
cream In an atr-tUht Jar or bottle.
$ 5 3
MISS DESPERATIJ-You will positive
ly get rid of all superfluous hair on the
face or any past Of the body, by getting,
say otio ounce of simple sulfo solution.
Tills j'ou can get ht the drug sto:e for
one dollar. Apply it with the finger Up
to the tup'rfluaun hair, keeping tne hair
mGls. with It tor 2 or 3 minutes until It
hus been dissolved. Then wipe It off with
t damp cloth and wash the akin,
MRS. T. R. M. It you have lost your
bust development, or lack the splendid
development every woman should have
you will find this formula always effec
tive If faithfully used:
In a half pint of cold water, dissolve
two ounces ruetpne and half a cup ot
Bugar, all well mixed together. Of this,
take two tcespoontuls three or four tlmej
h dav In a wine-glass of water, after your
meals. The ruetone will cost you one dol
lar at the drug Btore. Advertisement.
Railroad Men Look
as One Huge Joke
Railroad offtc'als look Upon tho indict
ments returned by the federal grand Jur
against the Ilurllngton, Great Western,
Missouri Pacific and llock Island, charg
ing thrm 1th nbating in the shipment of
alfalfa raca., as somewhat amuslns.
The Indictments returned aga(iut the
rallroadi charge that alfalfa hay has been
shipped to the Omaha ivett mills on a
'milling In irhnslt rate and that when" tho
finished product has been thlpp'ed ouf.'lt
! has twin handled nt tho ia:pe, late, not
I withstanding t contains a proJuct tha
takes a mush Jiijhir tat.
Rallroa 1 IfiaW eoa'.etil that when
the raa:tr ; brought before -the Inter
state fo.-in , u.r.-uv Ion, trip indict
ments wl.l be set aild.- for the rrasan ot
the fart that l t . .hi btn any vio
u.loi ! t.. - 1 t uas 1'tm UchiUal
a d nut wl l and with (he Intuition of
working Hny fraud.
Up to this tlmo alfalfa meal has not
come Under any classification and conse
quently when It has been shipped out oi
Omaha, It has taken tho rogular hay rate.
.When the meal comes from the Nebraska
fields It Is simply alfalfa hay. Here it is
ground, mixed with molasses, salt and
other preparations, making It palatable
for livestock, and In the past the mixture
has gone out on the regular hay rate,
which Is much lower than that on th'
other Ingredients. The main portion,
however, railroad men say, is still hay.
and for this reason the compound shout .
lake the hay rat& v
On the theory that the Indictments are
fair and just, railroad men say the com
panies could be Indicted for every grain
fed animal shipped out of Omaha, They
say that range animals are shipped here
at a feeder rate, which Is comparatively
low, ahd then fattened on corn, alfalfa
meal and other grains, following th-i
theory of the findings ot the grand Jury,
.he feed Is In a o.asfiilcatlon hlglier than
that taken by range cattle and conse
quently they should take the higher rate.