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Double Penalty Threatened for Those Who Dared to Interfere With t the Wires. Rotorua has bcon laughing ovor tho wording of a notlco that has boon Placed by tho publlo works department on Bomo of tho electric wlro posts on tho road to Okoro, In New Zealand. Somo tlrao ago a Maori youth, who seemed to bavo a misguided tasto for experimenting, throw a long ploco of cablo over tho eloctrlo Wires that run to Rotorua from tho power station at tho Okoro falls. Tho town was at onco plungod In darkness for two or throo hours until tho mlschlof had been located. Tho dusky and youthful experiment er was carpotcd In tho court nnd fined for his scIentlOo enthusiasm, and tho -department put up this notlco; "Any persons climbing tho eloctrlo light poles or damaging tho insulators nro Hablo to a fatal shock and a penal ty of 10." Tit-Bits. I Not for Earthly Ears. ; Doctor Reed, a minister, was open ing tho Sunday morning sorvlcit at his church with tho usual prayer. 'Whilo ho was In tho midst of It a stranger entered tho church and took a seat far back. I Doctor Reed waspraylng In a low note, and tho man In tho rear, after 'straining his ears for a while, called out: "Pray louder, Doctor Reed. I i can't hear you." Doctor Itecd paused, opened his eyes and turned them around until i they rested on tho man In tho rear. Then ho said: "I was not addressing you, sir; I was Bpoaklng to God." .London Watchdog. Decidedly Novel. Ella It was a novel proposal. Stella What did ho say? Ella That he begged tho proud rrivllcgo of gottlng up mornings to build tho flro for mo. A Sticker. "Say, pa?" "What Is it?" "Does it tako sixty mlnuto mon to imako one man of tho hour?" Judging from her passion for hats, I how can n woman expect to bo happy Jin heaven and make ono halo last her through etornlty? J It's humiliating to discover that the 'folks who wo lmaglno desplso us novor von think of us I I ' A man arrested for vagrancy nat furally has a pinched look. 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BAILEY the DENTIST H OmtMlllTY M1TI0X1L BMX BlDfl. bUktl.wJ US lClklUrrr,Osuk Out ihU ad. out to find u. Defective Eyo Sight rcorrectedmaaS Wo Know How. Satisfaction Guaranteed. HUTESON OPTICAL COMPANY 313 South 18th Street, Omam, Ate. OYSTER Buy Your Oysters in Cans It is your only guarantee against adulteration, inferior grades and unclean handling. "They reach the kitchen the way theylcavo the seaside" all the goodness sealed in all the dirt scaled out the Pure Food way, and they are more econom ically because you get all real oyster value. A whole can full of Oysters and nothing more. At all the "Better Sort" of dealers. Insist on Booth's in hermetically scaled cans, today. Our booklet," Oysters in 100 Ways," free for the asking. BOOTH FISHS ca AND OTHEfe New Yorkers Burrow Down like Molesj Ut1DE.0Ufitf new vwtK 1 LOOKS TOT BEST TOM NEW YORK. A city benoath rt city 1b the only term which can ntly descrlbo underground Now York. This buried city has Us atorca, restaurants art galleries nud other plnces of busi ness tho samo as tho city of tho open air and tho bluo skies; nud many thou sands of peoplo work in It dally, heedless of tho tldo of busy com merce passing far abovo their heads. No sooner wns tho subway opened than stores along Its route began building show windows facing on its stations and entrances. Tho great storos of Brooklyn have mndo oven more of this opportunity than Man hattan. Long 'and dazzllngly lighted windows flank tho stations there Cafes followed tho stores in hustling to cut ontrancos from tho subway, realizing that no spaco need bo wast ed In-this town of proelouB Inches simply becnuso It was undorncath the' sidewalk. From Ann street down practically every foot of Broadway pavement la laid over hollowed space that Is utilized for somothlng. Vaults, Turk and Potato Bug Cause Wedding BREWSTER, Wash. A charming ro mnnco hns onded hero In tho inaf rlago of Philip Strange and Miss Hel en McGrnw, tho wedding being locally stylod a "union of the . Washington State Potato King and tho Turkey Queen of tho Northwest." Mr. Strange last year sent a apodal train of forty cars of potatoes to east ern markots tho first exclusive po tato train to cross tho continent This year ho increased his potato nroa to 2,500 acres and his crop is in tho hun dreds of thousands of bushels. Miss McGraw for years had taught country schools in tho vicinity of this town, but two years ago sho began to rnlso turkoys for tho market. Tho land Bho selected for her turkey rnnch adjoined the potato farm of Strange Horo tho romanco started. During last summer a scourgo of bugs raided tho potato fields, and Strango, foresaw that unless ho fought tho bogs his crop would bo lost. About this timo a drought spoiled tho feed ing grounds of Miss McQraw'B turkey farm. Tho grass and alfalfa ilolfls dried up, nnd tho insects accustomed to lurk therein vanished. Unablo to And food at homo, tho Indian Girl Has $600 a Week Income, P1VE CENTS WORTH OF v . . GUM DROPSJ LAWRENCE, Kan. An incomo of $600 a wcok should bo enough for almost any schoolgirl of fourtoon, but it is about $509.75 moro than tho only Lawrenco schoolgirl of that ago who draws It over expends. A nickel's worth of gum drops, a dirao for a pencil or two and 10 cents more for general expenditures usual ly represont tho extravuganco of this lass, although sho might buy almost anything olso sho pleased. Tho young lady of tho largo incomo and of tho small outgo is Miss Ellen Ellon, an Indian student nt Haskell Institute At Haskell, tho second lnrgest In dian school In tho world, there are many girls, perhaps moro girls than boys. Tho parents of many of theso children nro rich, enormously so, but their riches are not usod to buy tho things that delight tho soul of tho paleface. Babies Play While COLUMDIA, Mo. That ago-worn problem. "What to do with baby whllo mamma goes to church," Is in process of solution by tho "women of tho Methodist Episcopal church in this city. Under the leadership of Mrs. C. M. Alter, the pastor's wHo, tho women of tho congregation aro making enthusiastic progress in tho establishment of what might bo called tho "most unlquo" of all day nur series, it that expression woro gram matical. Tho idea is n Sunday nursery In tho church edifice, and the pastor's study has been chosen for this novel institution. During tho Sunday school nnd preaching services thoso mothers who heretofore havo had to explain to Pastor Akor why thoy attended church so soldom now sit with their classes and in their pews, happy in tho consciousness that tho youngsters of tho household are In good, hands, which will prevent them from setting flro to tho bouso, falling oft tho front porch railing or othorwlBo endanger ing their precious Uttlo lives. Miss Loretta Ferguson has been chosen as head nurse, with several restaurants, ratbskollcra, wine cellars bakorlos, pressrooms nnd acres of ina chinery nil nro packed beneath tho feet of tramping thousands. Statistics ns to tho men nnd women who work bolow tho lovol of tho clty's strocts would doubtless mnko inter esting and surprising reading. How many thousands of thorn, thoro nro who practically nevor seo tho light o day from tho tlmo they enter their places of omploymont enrly Jn tho morning until thoy leavo at night can-, not bo known accurately, nut cer tain H Is that this molo-llko burrow-' ing for moro room- to wprlc in is in-' creasing with every big building thnt; Is raised. In underground Manhattnn thoro nro Bonis enough to populate whole! towns In Jorsoy and up tho state. In tho Hudson terminal vlllago nlono there nro nenrly a thousand workers, shopmen, salespeople, domonBtra torB, bnrbors, servants or tho railroad, messenger boys, tolcphono girls, wait ers, cooks and porters. All ovor tho city, both day nnd night, thero nro moro than 50,000 peoplo who, do their work under ground, and slnco Mnnhnttan can only grow up ward nnd downward towers In tho air and a city underground seem tho only solution of tho perplexities of modorn development. hordo of several thousand half-grown! nnd half-fnmlshod turkeys invaded tho, potnto field of tho northwest potato king. Tho potnto bugs decreased in number every day as tho voracious turkoys advanced through tho long Btralght rows. At night tho poultry rested beneath tho vinos and at day break again continued tho onslaught against tho plaguo of bugs. Whon Au gust came, and with it nico warm rains, tho potato fields freshened up, and tho biggost crop of tubers ovor. harvested matured. t Tho turkeys wore loath to leavo tho potato fields, and Miss McGraw and Strnngo hold covornl councils to plan' methods to got tho turkoys back to their homo land. It was finally de cided to let turkeys and potatoes re main on tho samo farm and tho ro suit was tho wedding. Of all theso Indians, tho Chlckashns' of Oklahoma aro tho richest, and El len Ellen Is a Chlcknoha. Sho holds tho distinction of being tho wealth!-! est girl in collcgo or, for that mattor,; in Kansas at present. Ellen Ellen is n flat contradiction to tho stories that aro written of tho Indians. Sho is not a beautiful Laughing Water, fpr her facial characteristics aro thoso of tho real Indian. '. Every Saturday tho Haskell studonta aro pormlttod to como to Lawrenco to enjoy what pleasuro thoy mny find. Tho girls nro brought in a big carry all, with a teachor to chaperon thorn. Ellen Ellen Is an cxcoptlon to her Bister students. Sho spends 15 cents a weok in town, so hor monoy is sim ply resting until tho tlmo whon she will spend it nil. Thero Is no tolling whoro it may end. Maybo Ellon El-1 Ion will bring a dowry to her hus band that will rival that Alico Thaw gavo tho Earl of Yarmouth, This bus band may bo ono of her own raco, and then ho may not be. Dally thoro nro Caucasian visitors at Hnskoll Instltuto who know of tho wealth of theso girls and for this wealth aro willing to bo como "squnwmon," the Mothers Pray THEY SHOutON .,11. ume pears BEFORE COMIHC TO CHURCH-, tJ- othor young women as assistants. Up on arrival at tho church mamma places hor baby or small child In tho caro of theso young womon, who tako tho tot Into tho study whoro Pnslor Aker prepares his sermons. During tho services tho children must bo amused, lest porchanco ono of them set up n bowl calculated to disconcert Itov. Mr. Aker in tho midst of his most flowing passago and to distress tho particular mamma who may. Identify tho infantilo wail. Miss Ferguson says tho plan is working splendidly. Mrs. Akor de clares that lrcreaftor If any mamma member of tho Methodist church staya, away from Sunday services, sho will; bo called upon to do still moro ex-' plaining than heretofore, Pastor Akor; tias not been interviewed. WESTERN CANADA FARMER SECURES WORLD'S PRIZE FOR WHEAT A R08THERN, 8A8K., FARMER THE LUCKY WINNER. t 1 ' Sir Thomas Shaughnessy of tho Ca nadian Pacific Railway offorod $1,000 In gold as a prlzo for tho bost 100 lbs, of whoat, grown on tho American con tinent, to bo competed for nt the re cent Land Show in Now York. Ia making tho competition open, the donor ot this handsomo prize showed his belief: la, tho superiority of Ca nadian wheat lands, by throwing the contest open to farmers of all Amor lea, both United States and Canada. The United States railways wore by no means anxious to havo tho Ca nadian railways represented nt tho show nnd a Now York papor comment ing on tho results ot tho competitions says that thoy woro not to bo blamed, no tho Canndlnns captured tho most important prlzo of tho show. Tho winnor of this big wheat prize was Mr. Seagor Wlioolor of Rosthorn, Saskatchewan, and Its winning has brought a great deal of credit on tho district. Tho winning whoat wnB tho Marquis variety, and received no moro attention from Mr. Whcolor than his othor grain, but ho is a very particu lar farmer. Ilia farm is ono ot tho cleanest nnd bost kpt in tho Ros thorn district, and this year ho won first prlzo in a good farm competition which included evory featuro ot farm ing nnd every part of tho farm. Last winter Wheeler was n prlzo winnor at tho provincial scod fair in Rcglna. Whcolor iB a firm bollovor in sow ing clean seed of tho best quality pro curable, consequently his grain is much Bought after by tho bost far mors for socd purposes. Wheolcr Is an Englishman. Ho is a pioneer of Rosthern, coming horo fif teen years ago. In tho last six yearn ho hns dona much experimenting, par ticularly in wheat varieties. Ills farm resembles an experimental farm. A long driveway, lined on both sldos with trees, loads to a modest house, tho homo of Whooler, a modest, unas suming man with tho appoaranco of a student rather than p. man engaged lu commercial pursuits. There aro now no froo homostoadH to bo had in this district, and farm lands aro worth from S20 to $40 por aero, which a few years ago woro so cured by their present owners, either as a freo gift or purchased at from $5 to $8 per aero. It is not mnny mllos from Rosthorn, where the farmer lives, who secured tho first prize for whoat last year at the National Corn Exposition at Co lumbus nnd West of Rosthorn, about 150 miles, lives Messrs. Hill nnd Son, who won tho Colorado Silver Trophy, valued at $1,500, for tho best peck ot oats, also awarded at the National Corn Show At Columbus in 1010. Not contented with tho high honors obtained in its wheat, Canada again stopped forward into tho show ring, nnd carriod off tho Stillwell trophy and $1,000 for tho best potatoes on tho continent. This tlmo tho winnor was n British Columbia man, Mr. Asahol Smith, tho "Potato King," ot that province Tho exhibit consisted of ono hundred nnd ono varieties drawn from all parts of tho province aggregating in weight ono and a halt tons. At tho recent Dry Farming Con gress, held at Colorado Springs, nnd nt which timo it was doclded to hold tho next Congress at Lothbrldgo, in 1912, tho Provlnco of Alberta made a wonderful showing of grainy, grasses and vegetables, "At tho Congress, Alberta got more prizes and trophies, ten to ono, than any stato of tho Union," said Mr. Hotchklss to tho Edmonton Bulletin. "Wo brought back nil but the build ing with us, and thoy offered us that, saying wo might ub woll tako all thai was going. Wo would havo brought it along, too, If wo had had a flat car to put it on. Alborta captured nearly 50 first prizes, 20 seconds, 3 thirds, 0 cups, 40 medals, 50 ribbons and 2 sweepstakes. Tho grand sweepstake prlzo, for tho best exhibit by stato or provlnco, a magnificent sllvor cup, was presented to us with much core mony at a reception to tho Canadians in tho Empress hotel. Tho presenta tion wns mado by Prof. OHn, chair man of tho Judging commlttco, and tho cup was received on behalf of tho provlnco by tho Hon. Duncan Mar BualL Particular Woman. "Sho insisted on having a woman lawyer securo hor divorce" "Why was she bo particular?" "Sho did not want to go contrary to that portion ot tho marriago ceremony that reads, 'Let no man put asun der.' " Judgo, Important to Mothoro Examine carefully every bottlo of CA8T0RIA, a safe and suro remedy for infants and children, and seo that it Bears tho SIgnaturo of In TIb Por Ovnr an Ynn ra Children Cry for Plctchcr's Caotorln Do your sharo of work each day, pay your debts, havo n Httlo monoy, talk only when you havo something to say, and you will assist tho world in growing hotter. Many people have receding gums. Rub Tlamllni Wizard Oil on gums nnd atop tho decoy; chaao tha disease germ with a mouth wash of a few drop to a apoonful of water. And a kiss in tho dark is. one kind ot an eloctrlo spark. W Bible The Word $f God By Rov. Barry B. Hall, Pastor of Tcmplo Baptist Church, Min neapolis, Minnesota, s-1 :-t All that comes from God must bo perfect, complete No so. Both tho world and man came from God, nnd' noUhor is perfect or complete, So tho Blblo cntno from God, although, parts of It aro crudo and imporfoct. Tho Bible, like all othor things, Is tho result -of development and growth Tho patriarchs woro in God's Bchool nnd their ethical codo was not com pleted until Christ camo nnd fulfilled; (completed) It. Certainly an ethical; codo allowing polygamy and 'an eya for an oyo nnd n tooth for n tooth la crudo nnd imperfect, But slnco JosUs completed that codo no man has been ablo either to add to or tako from It. It Is tho only codo ot othlca mnn has over known that otntula un changed and unchangoablo throughout tho ages. Thuro aro but two things in tho vlslblo world that do not dlo an Im mortal soul and God's word. Tho Blblci la n living thing. Tho spirit of ac cession Is dead, but tho spirit of union still lives. So all other ethical codes aro either dead or dying, but tho words of Jesus, .which aro Increasingly exorcising a greater Influonco ovor tho destiny of both men and nations. Un llko all othor books, It novor becomes obsolete All othor books but tho Blblo which nro a few hundred years old aro obsoloto and out ot dnte Tho Blblo novor grows old: it never" dies. It Is a living, growing thing. It grows on ono; the rereading of familiar pas sages glvos now light, and impressos ono with tho greatness ot Uio book. Tho moro one studios it with a rovor ont spirit the moro Kb groatnoss looms up boforo him, and as his capa city to boo moro truth grows, tho moro truth ho finds in tho word. Ev ory combination of social conditions only draws out ot tho Word now truth nnd moro light. All othor books flourish bost in tho language in which thoy woro wrltton, but tho Blblo flows freely into nil molds and londs ttsolf with freedom to every language and dialect It alono is ndaptod to all classes and con dltlons ot peoplo. It Is a discoverer of tho humnn heart, and reveals nil mon to thomsolvos. It reveals to nil races of men their motives, needs and slnB. An educated Hindu, on hearing a pnssago read from tho word, said, "That Book exactly describes us Indi ans." Tho Blblo is indestructible, It sur vives all attompts to destroy It Yot it is hated as no othor book becauso it condomns mnn and claims authority ovor him. Homo tried to burn It, nnd somo ot tho grentost scholars ot all tho ngoa havo tried to dostroy It, but both alike miserably failed, Thomas Paino thought his "Ago ot Reason" would put tho Blblo out of prlnV in fifty years, and thousands thought thnt Darwin's "DoBCont of Man" had destroyed It ot ono stroke, but thoy woro deceived. Darwin really dis covered nothing now, for both Moses and Chris, woro Tholstio ovoluntion lsts. Evolution doos not dostroy tho idon of n Creator; it only gives the Crcntor's method of creation. Tho Blblo stands unapproaehod as a llfo-glvlng book. It awakens dead nntlonH and gives them now1 life. Christian nations, slnco tho Blblo wns oponod in tho sixteenth century, havo becomo rosponslblo for all tho world's .advancement in sclonco, lltornturo, In vontion, commorco and discovery. When the opon Blblo camo into Japan sho awoko, recolvcd now llfo, nroso nnd defeated Russia, a land without an open Blblo. Tho opon Bible hod gono into China, nnd sho is at this momont giving birth to a now republic. Laboring men, onco but beasts of burdon, undor tho influonco of nn opon Blblo, havo ceased to bo boasts of bur don and hnvo como to bo mon. Tho Blblo Ib also n llfo-trnnsformiiig book. It revolutionizes tho lives of both na tions nnd mon. Whon Tltua took Je rusalem, 1,100,000 of tho Jewish peo plo wore put to tho sword, many thou sands woro sold Into Blavory, and thousands woro sold to mako sport by bolng butchered or torn Into plocos in tho arena. Whon Amorlca took Cu ba and tho Philippines sho banished yollow fovor from tho Island and es tablished a ropubllo for tho peoplo, and In ono ship sho sent 000 teach ers to tho Philippines. Certainly a mnrvelous transformation. And It is also truo of tho individual; no man can habitually read tho book with a rovorcnt spirit without becoming n nobler, a truor and a bettor man. Is tho Blblo tho word ot God? Hnvo tho civilizations of earth ovor produced a book that could comparo with if, haB any other book over ox orclscd such nn Influonco oviy tho na tions of enrth; has any other book ovor transformed tho lives of mon as tho Blblo has; is any other book a liv ing book and lndestructlblo as tho Blblo Is? If this book Is a book tho llko ot which tho civilizations of earth havo not and ennnot produco, thon It was not produced by mnn alono, and thoreforo It must bo tho word of God, given In enrthen vessels, to bo sure, but tho word of God. Money, Tho higher needs of tho soul can not bo satlsllod with monoy, Charles B. Mitchell, Methodist, Chicago, New Pianos $124 Sets Price Record Gash Sale of Omaha Concern Excites Entiro Piano Trad. A strictly cash piano sale waa something unheard ot until adver tised ovor tho west gonorally by THE BENNETT CO., of Omaha, Nc braskn, a concern that has become a virtual thorn in tho sldo ot tho ordi nary, "fancy prlco" piano establish ment. THE BENNETT CO., as previously advertised In thoso columns, haa un dertaken to turn into cash ( 1,000 pianos, thus rollovlng many promi nent manufacturers of an unparalleled overstock of Instruments. It is no secret mnong piano peoplo thnt the recent financial flurry, tho provoloncy of automobiles', nnd tho increased popularity ot player pianos, has caused nn accumulation of thousands ot new pianos that must immediately bo turned into cash, no mattor how "mall tho amount Knowing tho pulse of the piano trado exactly, Mr. W. M. Robinson, manager of tho piano department of THE BENNETT CO., Omaha, Nebr., sot out to mako some phonomenal "buyfl," nnd has Bticcoeded so well that BENNETTS nre able to offer a mngniricont, full-slzod, absolutely new upright piano nt $124 cash. Mr, Robinson, whoso portrait is shown above, has como to be known, as America's shrewdest piano buyer, but, In spite of his large deals he al ways insists upon a square deal for everybody concerned. If renders of this paper will but ad dress a roquoBt to tho- piano depart ment ot THE BENNETT CO,. lth and Harney streets, Omaha, Nebr., they will rocelve by return mall ah Immense circular showing hundreds of pianos underprieed for cash; new ones low as $124; used ones low a m. , The Difference. "John M. Harlan," said a Chicago lawyer, in a eulogy ot the late Su-' promo Court Justice, "had a way ot pointing an observation with a story. Onco he wanted to rebuke a man for oxaggoratlon, so ho said he was as bad as a Pittsburgh millionaire who vas being interviewed by a Now York reporter. "'Where, sir, were you born? the ronorter, as he aharpeued his pencil, asked. " 'I was born in Pittsburgh,' said the millionaire. "'And whon did you first er see the light of day?' " 'Whon I was nlno,' the millionaire replied. 'My jiooplo thon moved te Philadelphia.' " Some Undertaking. The ofllcial undertaker of a small town was driving through tho county on ono of his rogular ' missions. A woman camo out to tho gate ot a farm yard and hailed him. . "I don't seem to recall your name, madam," he said. "That'a funny 1" Bhe said. "It ain't been more'n a year and a half ago slnco you undertook my first hus band." Abova Him. "You say that sho married beneath her?" "She certainly did; her father wa an aviator and hor husband a chauf four." THE LITTLE WIDOW A Mighty Good Sort of Neighbor t Have. "A little widow, a neighbor of mine, persuaded mo to try Grape-Nuts when my stomach was so woak that it would not retain food of any other kind," writoa a grateful woman, from San Bernardino Co., Cal. "I had boon ill and confined to my bod with fovor and norvoun prostra tion for throo long months aftor the birth of my second boy. Wo wore in despair until tho Httlo widow's advice brought relief. "I liked Grape-Nuts food from the beginning, and in an incredibly short tlmo It gavo mo euch strength thnt I waa ablo to leavo my bed and 'enjoy my thrco good meals a day. In a months my weight increased from 05 to 113 pounds, my norvos had steadied down and I felt roady for anything. My neighbors woro nmazod to see me gain bo rapidly, and still more bo whon thoy hoard that Grapo-Nut? alono had brought tho change 'tMy 4-year-old boy had oczomavery bad last spring and lost his appetite entirely, which mado him cross and peevish. I put him on a diet ot Grupo Nuts, which ho relished at onco. Ho Improved from tho beginning, the ce tera a disappeared and now ho is fat and rosy, with n delightfully soft, clear Bkln. Tho Grape-Nuts diet did it. I will willingly answer all inquiries. Name given by Postum Co., Battlo Creek, Mich. Road tho Httlo book, "Tho Road to' Wollvlllo," inpkga. "Thoro'o a reason." Rvrr re nil (lie above lettrrf A new one nppcnm from ilmo o time. Tuey are ireuulue, true, nud full ot human tatereat.