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Polly and Her QUjviJIiauJS- hit aJ. 3uxlAj Xculs 9 - v - -tiW T3 t6 ' 7tAr2- c' cUvoct (Vo JnOf tairUy UtZr- ifL M ft RKAIi KRTATB CITY l'HOPKRTV FUR SALIC. Investment Bargain SPLENDID LOCATION Now double brick tints, cast front, near 26th and Harney, renting to first-class tenants under yearly lease for $1,560 per annum. Built less than one year ngo. Finished In hard wood throughout, including all floors. Plumbing, heating and wir ing all by high class firms. This property pays ovor 12 not. THINK OF IT. Price 111, COO. Owned by nonresident who Is anxious to sell. It will pay you to seo this. A really first-class Investment. ERNEST SWEET, 1236 City National. D. 1472. Dundee SACRIFICE Owner has moved oast .and will noil his now 6-room houao In Dundco nt a great sacrifice, nuilt one year ago, all modern; hardwood finish on first floor, full size basement, with laundry facilities; full slzo lot, GOx 128; nice lawn, paved stroet and ce ment sidewalk, Priced at only 2,C00, and u snap at that, but I am ordered to let go immediately for what It will bring. Any offor considered. Tho house is 4809 Webster St. ERNEST BWEET, 1236 City Nat Dank. D. 1472. For Sale North front, vacant lot. 1(31x122 6-10 on Dodge street nenr 28th, subjoct to unpaid Installments of special taxes. $1,080- Night-room modern .home, east front, corner lot. 60x171, both streets paved, on enr line, garage, lift! H. SM.Rt, $6,000 West KuniAin district, nine-room modern house, lot extends from Farnam to Harney streets, and both streets am paved. 4117 Fnrnam St. $4,500 All modern, almost new, seven room hoi) so, good barn, lot 00x120. 1721 Yan Camp Avo. $2,700 Good six-room cottage, plumbing, near car line. 067 N. nth 8t. new $2,000 Eight-room cottngo. south front, paved street, lot tsxlto. 2519 Rees St. $2,000 Vacant lot, south front, CSxllZ, permanent walk, street graded, water and gas, threo blocks from car line, convenient to school. 30th and Illohdo Sts. Price, I37C; $1 down uud 10 per month Without Interest. Alfred C. Kennedy 209 First National Bank Bldg. Phono Douglas '2?. Special Snap Dundee Two Lots $2,350 100x135 Feet At the southwest corner of 6lt and Hurt Sts. we have two of tho very best lots In this beautiful residence district. Proper building restrictions have madu this irtlo of the best places around Oman for those who want a site for a fine home. Both streets are paved and splendid homes have been built ull around. It U close to the new boulu vurd. Happy Hollow club and car lino. Look it over today and see us Monday. Charles W. Murtin & Co. 1U1 Omaha NutlonalyBank Bldg. 5 ROOM HOUSE AT SACRIFICE Must go away and I will sacrifice my C-room house (ulmom new) at J1.1C0 worth $1,400) to get $190 In cash. Then easy payments. Big ground, 'good car line, neat big now school and parks. J 'la I n hou. has electric light and floors Painted upstairs und varnished down. Needs painting- Must veil by Tuesday morning. Address K 3, Bee. West Farnam Ten rooms, strictly modern; hut water heat, tile bath; walls canrased and deco rated, south and east front corner lot: location fine. Complete gurogo. Worth $12,&, asking $11,001 Want offer. Glover & Spain JtlS-B City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 386J. 3926 No. 20th St. Six rooms and bath: entirely modern; east front; on Florence bird.; lot 00x121 t Ji.300. Arthur J. McShane U First Nafl Bank. Tel. Doug. U78. $300 Down bals.net $23 per month, beys this beauti ful t-room and bath; bouse two years old. built by owner lor a home. OBBORKE HKAITY CO.. Doug. $171 400 Paxton Bile FINK building lots fur sale; $1 down and lOo p?r wctk. 1011 City National Basic B143. Pals nter Deia SSJl" ?f TWEPfi Sm- SmMie lf StoEBoy. keeo rr no more, r1 KljW-JHir llfSuES veu, MT YE , HAMO l i 3 ' .m " r . 0 m REAL ESTATE oitv property for bai.b CHOIOE HOMES Pi,"!A- rooms, .all modern, hot water neat, ohk ana mrcn (inisn: large cistern; good neighborhood; locuted In beautiful Dundee. J5,500 S rooms, all modern, furnace heat, south front lot soxl&o: pavcu street; located near California and Central Blvd., within walking distance and close to Crelehton university. $,300 fl rooms all modern; hot water neat; mint tor a home: large soum front lot; owner leaving city; maken this bargain price. Located In Dundee. $3,!X-nec. hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen finished In oak on first floor; three larxs bedrooms', bath and sleeping porch on second floor; naved street; south front lot; close to car line and sohooli located near Bemls nurk. U.KOG roms, all modem, corner lot tax 130, paved street, good neighbor hood; close to school and car; located In Field club district; $300 cash: balance on time. $2,800 rooms, all modern ex. heat; good basement: house but a rew years old: south front lot 60x123, rhade and fruit trees, paved streot; lo cated In north part of city; $500 cash; balance time. $2,500 S rooms, all modorn, with good attlo; houao but four years old: lot 60x132; one block to car; located near SSth and Fort tits.; $iOO cash; balance monthly. i $l,tK-6-room house with city wator, sewer, gaa, storm windows, screens, large attic; lot GOX120; paved street: located near Vinton school, In south part of city, $1,R00 rooms, clcctrlo lights, gaa, nice cemented cellar, cement walks, nice lot, close to car and new school: located near iZX and Grand Ave. i 1300 rash! balance mnnthlr. $1,600 rooms, brand new. stairway to second floor, with sjiaco ror two more rooms, nice cellar, east front lot: located near 13th and Q Sts., South Omaha; $M cash; balance $15 por month. BEMIS-OAELBEEG CO. 310-312 nrandels Theater Blag. Sacrifice Sale Kountze Place Home 1808 Lothrop St. A splendid, practically new. two story square house, In one of the nicest locations In Kountzo Place, on south front lot SOxlM feet, on paved street! with the entire block hullt up with fine homes. The house has reception hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, but ler's pantry and rear entry on first floor; i fine corner bedrooms and bathroom on second floor, stair way to largo floored attic. The liv ing rooms aro finished In oak, with f, two pairs of colonnade openings and fine oak floors. All of Uie roams In the house are nicely decorated; flue combination lighting fixtures. There are screens for nil windows. The back yard Is fenced and thero Is nn especially nice lawn with ter race. Ton will find this houaa com plete and thorough In every way, and the owner has spent a lot of money keening the place In good condition. This place is worth $6,000. If sold this week can be bought for $4,CM. It Is Just as represented. Don't bother tenant. Seo us today. Chnrlos W. Martin, & Co. 1018 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Benson F. S. Trullinger Fine West Farnam Home $8,000 Close to 36th und Harney 8ts., in that finest of residence districts we have a U room house that Is bound to please tho discriminating buyer, Large living room with Ingle nook and fireplace, den, dining room, butler's pantry and kitchen on flret floor. All finished In the finest of uuor ter sawed oak except kitchen and pantry. Four tine bedrooms and tiled, bath on second floor Woodwork, white enamel. lArge attic over entire house. Space for maid's room If desired, lixtra bath In basement. This Is a beautiful home on a flna W-foot front lot. only one block from West Farnam car line. Might con sider a first class lot In Dundee as part payment Armstrong-Walsh Co. Ti'r 210-12-14 State Bank Bldg. k-HOOM RESIDENCE BA1U3A1N. 3311 Larlmora Ave., fine home, large, modern porches; excellent condition; owner lives In house; don't fall to look It through It In the market for a good home cheap; owner wll show It; only $2,600 for a short time; can have terms on part It desired. W. W, Mitchell. Bte Bldg.. Douglas IPS. A1U2 vou going to build? Have Btolten berg do It, 4MB. of T. Bldg. EXCELLENT lot. 60xl, at Twenty third and Lake, for small apartment, flat or house. Low price. Owner, Web ster SUl FOR BALK OH KENT. New 7-room house, modern; 1 block from car. full basement. 1L KbT. SOUTH PART OF CITX t-rpom bouse in? P. IHn 6t- For sale br mrstr. MUST sll modern V-xoom turns 1 blocs: u. or high scpoot. iTtce M a. U-ROOU bouse, Kounts PUea. Otnas. $7,000, dear, also otbsr clear Omasvs property- Want California. UX W. Si tu ms Aturaiaa. ul NEW (-room cottage, all modern. CUii at ITU Mandtreon. HE OMAILV vom e Country ItKAIi K8TATB ti'iv iwioprsiiTY port sam:, Three New Attractive Homes Walking Distance Ono-Tenth Cash, Balance Monthly 1540 South 25th Ave., $3,700 6 rooms, parlor, dining room, vestibule, and den, all finished In oak; kitchen and upstairs In best grade yellow pine. Two large bedrooms and bath. Downstairs den has clothes closet; can be used for bedroom If desired. Full foundation, ce mented cellar; sidewalk; $370 cash, $37 a month. 1546 South 25th Ave., $3,200 6-room bungalow; oak In two rooms, rest pf house finished In yellow pine; bath room opens Into a little hall leading Into both bedsooms. Iarge hullt-ln cup board in kitchen; Icebox room, large cellar, furnace, cemented' sidewalks, yard sodded. Ready to move Into; $330 cash, $33 a month, 1337 S. 21st St., $2,350 4 large rooms, stairway to socond floor from living room; upstairs floored, but not finished; all modern except furnace; full cellar, sink In cellar, with hot and cold water connections. $135 cash, $23.60 a month, IIABTINOS A IIEYDEN, 1814 Harney Bt. Good Bargains I have sold six largo buildings In the last thirty days because they were all bargains. I have two left which are positively worth buying and If you look at them and If you are in the market, you will not pass them over. Three up-to-date brick flats only a short walk from1 postofflct. 71M5-17 North th. renting far $1,400 per year. Price $12,000, half cash. , A 74-room hotel, pressed brick, orig inally cost $75,000, In a very clean loca tion, renting at present for $4,000 per year. Owner asked fW.WO, half cash will handle It. Positively a bargain. J. B. Robinson 422 Beo Bldg., Phono Doug. 8007. To Home Buyers For sale by owner, residence at 4227 Harney street, S rooms, all modern, fur nace heaf, full site lot, cement walks, paved street, worth $3,600 for business reasons; anyone with $1,00 cash can se curo this at a bargain. Phone Harney 683. ' fa-7ri j swrif (it MIaa tmniA. a Inn fine for renting; new, well-built, square two-story house, all modern, sold all other property and wish to leave. Look It over ana maso oner. Park district, on block from car tine; strictly modern; gas and electricity; firjt class property; want a .roon modern house as part payment. Address D 183, VAltn anriulvnn wnn't ntf in build that house here's one all ready for you beautifully located, strictly modern S-room house In Dundee $3,600. A money4 saver and what you'll want. Call Har ney Lwa. vnn HAt.K All modem house. 6 living rnnmn. tiled bath room, front and rear vestibule; full basisvient, furnace heat. electric llphtt lot 41X1K. we can Ben this below cost; easy terms, $:,600. 'Phone Nebraska Havings & Loan Ass'n, 1006 Farnam St. MUHTUAUKS Fun BALE. FOR BXUS CHBAP-f3.acre fruit farm. 1W miles of Council Bluffs postotflce, 3 blocks from street car; 10 acres In grapes, 6 acres lit cherries; all bearing; lurgn house, barn and other outbuildings; all In good repair. Will take smaller prop erty in trade. Tel. weuster oa.- ON13 acre, three houses, $3 mo.j $1,100 cash, balance same as rent. MYRTLE DEUEL. 1102 Browne street. Webster 10C2. KB All ESTATE KARM IttM'H I.AMK K"U OALsl Callfurnlu. California land excursions 1st and $4 Tues. V. T, Smith Co.. , Cltr Nat. Pa. GOVERNMENT LAND. In tha Lucerne valley, about 100 miles from Los Angeles, you can raise five crops of alfalfa on this land, or from six to seven tons per acre; water at shallow depth; land can bo taken as homestead or desert land entry, 160 to Hi acres location, arm surveying tl per acre. Relinquishments selling at $10 to $1S per acre. For particulars, write Louis I. Gordon, 148 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena. Cal. Canada.. EASTERN Saskatchewan grain and stock farms. Improved or raw, right prices and easy terms. If Interested write D. T. Deselm. XUI Bprague. Oroaba. lovrsu ORCHARD HEIGHTS 80S acres subdivided, excellent for fruit. dairy, chlckena, stock and truck garden ing. Located 6 miles north of Council Bluffs postoffice ana I mues oortneajK oc Outhi postoXOc. Let us show you same bars'slns. DAY & HESS CO., Council Bluffs. la. FOR RENT. A vary good farm of about 115 acres, well tuprored. about S miles from Under rood. Ml; torn alfalfa: some pasture, ith living wattr and good com iaad. ftutt M wx acre Tfcsi farm sUo for gala at npO per exru. A?tr to OKOROE O. CLARK. It Peart Bt. Counotl Blutfa. lows. Sl'NDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 23, 1D13. HEAL ESTATE FARM Jt RANCH LANDS FOR 8AI.E Florida. AUOTION SALE 10,000 ACRES Finest Orange and Grape Fruit Land in FLORIDA To be sold In section tracts. Splendid location on railroad, near Gulf, between Brockvllln and Tampa. Unexcelled pro position for subdividing. Will be sold Ir. section tracts (W0 acres) at public auction, March 7. As many as four purchasers can combine In purchasing one section, taking 160 acres each. Terms, one-fourth 1'iisti, balance spread over three years. This land Is In the heart of tho best citrus fruit belt In Florida. Many thous ands of acres In this locality are nou being successfully cultivated for fruits, vegetables and general farming. Also tho center of the new Sisal hemp Industry in Florida. This Is tho kind of land which brtngB annual profits of $500 per acre. Bpeclal through train with sleepers and dining car service will bo run direct from Chicago to the land, leaving March 4. Free transportation to purchasers. This great atlstlon sale will be held right on tho ground, so every purchaser can see what they are bidding on. Get your friends together nt once, and purchase a section or more of this land. This Is nn unparalleled opportunity to purchase the best there Is In Florida land way below tho prevailing retail prices. The entlro tract contains over 20,000 acres. Will sell 10.000 acres at auction on March 7 practically every nlternato section In order to provide quick funds for develop ing and Belling AT RETAIL the remain ing 10.000 acres. Every acre will positively bo sold regardless of value. Write today for maps and dlscrlptivo circulars. How many extra circulars can you use for friends? Act at once. C. E. THOMAS, 1123 Commercial National Bank Bldg, Chicago $5,000 Yearly Profit From 10 Acres , - i i . n ,1 vr-faHlA farm. r lOI Kiii uiiun , vv. . Only $250. payable. $10 down and $10 per month. Wo ore south of tho frost line, 1 I Tl .... . nntmlV HAfTin (IflWII II Till look us over on the next excursion. Book let free, uryant et ureenwooa, ivepuum. Blug, mucso, nnrn 1J frA 4n f nfrn nt Inn re gardlng roeourcea, opportunltleB, soil, cli mate, farmlnBT, trucklnar. factories and county, write Board of Trade, Lakeland, na. Kansas, KANBA8 FARMS and ranches for sals; 10 to 25,000 acros: write for free list. V. K. MQUKTTK. Kauna. Kan. r uit .jv , .j ...... ... u... tmh A mil., nnrth.aiit ITnwnrd! 25 muiMR, - ....,1.0 t . , acres pasture, 10 acres orchard (apples and peaches); plenty water, cisterns and wells; good 6-room house, good barn, etc: good school just across road; all good land; $55 per acre. Terms: Two. thiras casn; wani to sen, account umitr In other business., Address Combination Lock Box 34, Howard, Kan., Owner. Minnesota. FOR SALE 640 acres In Park region -of Minnesota; fine laying land; 600 acres cultivated, balance pasture, with living water; two sets buildings one on each half hectlon; 14-room house, barn 48x40 for 17 head horses, Individual stalls for 25 head milch cows, room for young stock; square granary, with silo in one side; root cellar capacity, 1,000 bushels; hog hduao connected with this granary; two corn cribs; all yards fenced with woven wire; good weu, wind mm, eievatea tana, etc.; small orchard of apple trees, plums, com nana cherries, strawberry bed. etc. On the west half section Is a 9-room house, granary, barn, loo house and other buildings, duck ot eacn set oi Duuaings Is a natural grove, with blue grass and clover pasture; 120 acres seeded to fall rye, 100 acres timothy and clover, rest for corn, oats, potatoes, etc This land Is four miles northwest of Staples, a thriving town where prices tor all produce Is always good; one-half mile to cheese factory and school; creamery four miles: R. F. I. route; telephone In house. Land Is a sandy loam, good tor corn, oats, potatoes, clover, etc. Price, $60 an acre for east half section; $45 for west half section. This farm will carry $16,000 encumbrance. Possession could be given March 15. For other particulars, address Mclntyre Bros., Btaplcs, Minn. Mississippi, IMPROVED farms, SIO to $80 nera. if located In eastern Nebraska worth 1100; gently rolling black limestone pralrlej Alfalfa, six tons; corn, 100 bushels acre. Communities Illinois farmers. G. P, Steb. bins, 1610 Chlcagu St. Missouri, I0 ACRES, Cass county, Missouri, one mile county seat; small Improvements; 40 miles of Kansas City; a bargain; $6S; terms. Howard & Son. Harrlsonvllle. Mo. Montana. SIXTT THOUSAND ACRES CARET LAND open to entry at Valler, Mont, Fif teen annual payments. Section famous for grain, grasses. vegetables; well adapted dlveralled farming. For particu lars write. Valler Farm Sales Co., Box 1 Valler. Mont. Nebrnakau A BARGAIN. Well Improved 80: SVi miles out; easy terms; possession given. Price, $5,000. J, T. Campbell, Litchfield, Neb. Price Goes up Mch. 1 EIGHTY ACRES UPLAND, well lm proved. 6arpy county farm; gently rolling, best of soil, choice location, extra good goods for the money; Price $125 per acre for Immediate sale; extra terms, $3,000 cash, bail Slice B years at only S per cent. Owner says PRICE GOKfl UP TO $140 PER ACRE IF NOT BOLD Br MARCH 1. when reaUr gets on. although extra price, terras and possession if sold now. This will make you money. Remember, possession given jf desired. ORIN 8. MERRILL COMPANY, ms-mt City National Bank Bldg. FINE, Improved, level, black fO acres. with grove, big house, barn, good water, adjoining Gothenburg. Neb.; real bar gain. Corns and see at once, at Gentxler, thero. "FOR BALE at a bargain: One section ot land. S miles south of Arnold. Kebu a railroad town; $9,000 utU handle this: $5,009 cash and remainder in tour annual payments; no agents. A. Q. Hoffman, Forest Grove, Ore. Drawn REAL; ESTATE FARM Jt RANCH LANDS FOR SALE NrbrnHka. Improved Farm 160 Acres Extra fine, new Improvements. Close to town and school. Only fifty miles from Omaha, Good flxed-up home-like place to live. Lays nearly level; awful rich ground, Must raise some money and will sell this awful cheap and make somebody a big bargain tnat has the money. No agents has got this to sell. Write me direct. Don't answer unless you have the cash and mean business. WUI glvo possession of farm In thirty dBys. My address, Postofflce Box No. 633. Omaha, Neb. TWO aOOD NEBRASKA FARM BAR GAINS. 2S0 acres, all choice valley land, omy 3 miles from the city ot North Platte owner nonresident and is forced to hUF; has reduced prlco from $50 to $30 an acre for a quick sale, 400-acre farm, mostly In the Wood Rlvor valley, northwest from Kearney on the Callaway line, 240 cultivated, 30 aflalfa; close to town; Is a bargain at $30 an acre; owner needs some money, but will carry back one-half on the farm at 6 per cent Interest. W. W. Mitchell, Uoe Bldg., Omaha, Neb. RANCH BARGAINS. 1,920 acres fine grass and hay land; fenced; good house: 3 wells; windmills and tanks; near R. R.; 160 miles ot Omaha; In the corn belt. Will take care of t0 head of cattle. Act quick. WRIGHT & LASBURY, Omaha. Neb. Aortii UilkulH. FOR SALE Well 'Improved 720-acre farm In Wells county, N. D. ThU farm contains best soil, lies level, all tillable, good buildings, grove, plenty good water. 3 miles from station, not far from. Car rlngton. N. D. Must be sold before first of March; will sell at a bargain if taken soon. Write Fred Guseck. Heaton, N, D. Washington. FOR BALE In Spokane valley, choice 142 acres fruit and alfalfa farm; well Im proved; great barguln tor quick sale. Address owner, S. 8. Driver, Union Stock Yards, Chicago. . ' MIscellaneoDs. $10 DOWN, $5 monthly buys 40 acres oak farming land. Other farms for sale and for rent. W. M. Durham, Monteer, Mo. LIVH STOCK MAHKKT OF WEST MtilP live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt snd careful atten tion. 1,1 vo Stock Commission Merchants. BYEnS UROa & CO. Btrong. reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co.. ttt Exchange Bldg. MARTIN BROS. A Co.. Exchange Bldg. LEGAL NOTICES. HTrlcnoJ3EIlK MRj-rriNO. ' The annual meeting of the stockholders or Tns lies junusmng compp.ny win ue held at The Bee office, Omaha, at 4 o'clock p. m. on Monday, March J, 1913, for tha election of a board ot directors for the ensuing year and for the trans action of,. .iuch other business as may property cf me before the meeting. By -order of the president. Fi-Ml N. P. FKIL. Secretary. UAIIiWAY TIME CARD Burlington Station -Truth A llaaon. Uurllnaton Denrrr Umlte4 . ........... Cfclcuo-Ociiih ........... Dimer ft WUomU rusl Souna fcipfm.- Kuril Fols BUek HUH Uncols MU KorUwot Kisreei ........ Ntrk ;,; SchuylerPItnn0,ltt, Iseoln local nstumottth-lowa BilUTUt-ristumouth ....... Chlcuo SP'I cicr CkiMO I'' STlU-K. 0. Kipres..... Otty-su Jo ph.... tOM ClUf St. jampl.. Orpart. ,.a 0:to am ,.s 4:10 pm ..a 4ilv na ,,a l. 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St. Louli Limited. .al0:ti am l::o POWER IN LIGHTNING FLASH Would Require l.'t.OOO Horse Power to Reproduce It Artificially for a Second. It Is hardly possible to use Instruments for the purpose of figuring the forces of lightning, yet thero are many other ways ot calculating familiar to every math ematician. The amount of light given by a single lightning" flash Is enough to Illu minate an area two miles square. The bolt Itself would be vlslblo several miles further off, but the remotest part of the region mentioned would have as much light as would be given by a candle quite enough to read by. To produce such a light It would be necessary to ex. pend 13,000 horsepower for a second. These figures appear very large, but the time Is short. The flash might bo for only one one-thousandth part of a second, but the Impression on tho eye would con tinue for a tenth of a second, anywuy. Figured down to an exact hour this amount of force would mesn only about four horsepower. According to tho engineer, lightning flashes usually occur within thunder clouds and only rarely from one ordinary cloud to another, or from a cloud to the ground. They Jseem to follow the rapid condensation ot vapor In the air and tn he caused by. that phenomenon. The kind of electricity formed In a thunder cloud Is not like that which Is produced v electrical Tnrvchlnery. Lighting Is static electricity, tho same kind as Is produced by rubbing umber with silk. When a body like a brass globo Is charged wl.h static electricity tho charge stays on the surface of It. Tho quantity of a full charge Is limited by the area over which It can spread. When a large number of vapor pnrtlclcs unite to form, a raindrop their electrical charges are combined, but there Is not n much surface on . big drop as on tha many particles which went Into It. Con sequently there Is more electricity tliu.i the drop can hold. It must hunt up other accommodations, either ( In some cloud or on tho earth- Flashes In the clouds are often several miles long. Thco flashes are composed of a chain ot small flashes. The remedying of one over charged cloud by a discharge Into another Increases tho load of that cloud and a number of discharges are needed to even things up. Lightning discharges from one cloud to another or on the earth differ grentlv In force. Some -lightning bolts are very heavy and splinter trees Into toothpicks, destroy buildings and fuse rocks. Others are more mild and do little or no dam age. The question of how the static electric. Ity gets In the clouds Is very difficult to nnswer. One theory In that It Is gen. erated by the evaporation of water by the sun's rays. Another that static dis charges are continually taking place from tho earth Irio the air and are thsre readily collected by particles ot moisture. When tho particles of moisture condenae they form heavy thunder clouds, and thl formation of raindrops causes the light ning flashes as explained. Electric News. ROMANCE OFJMUNG" ADAMS Adrentnroua Life of Monarch of Swan Island In the Carib bean Sea. Alonzo Adams, the monarch of Swan Island In the Caribbean sea, and famil iarly known as "King" Adams died ab the Massachusetts General hospital of Boston recently. The story of "King" Adams' life reads like one ot the most Interesting of ro mances. He was born in Ellsworth, Me., and early manifested a desire to wander about the world. He went to aaa and followed this career for a number of years, first as a fisherman and later on sailing vessels plying between this coun try and various ports In distant parts of the world. Nearly twenty-five years ago he engaged In coast trading In a Uttlo fishing packet which he owned. About thts time a number of men became In terested tn the mining- ot phosphate In the Cartbbe&a sea and formed the Al bion Chemical oompsuir. This company chartered the flshfor peackct owned by Adams, with him aa master, and tttt&l Cliff Sterrett out the craft to locate one of the phos phate Islands off the coast of Cuba and mine the product. The passage of the vessel was stormy, but It finally reached the Island, which had been charted. The company's ven ture proved to bo unsuccessful, Adams, however, had faith in tho proposition and after the company had relinquished its claim he assumed control, subduing the natives and setting up for himself a government of which he was king. Ills Island became a stopping port for nil passing vessels. Having established himself In control, he proceeded to develop the mines and sell the phosphate. The Island was di vided by a rocky channel. As a whole the territory Is forty miles In circum ference and five miles wide. On tho more dnnserotls shore of tho Island "King" Adams caused to be erected, after some years of prosperity and home comforts, a lighthouse to warn vessels off tho per ilous reefs, and also for signalling pur poses. All skippers In those seas knew Captain Adams personally, and would stop on signal. Ha frequently made trips back to the United States, visiting Boston about every flvo years, and purchasing all his supplies and luxuries from this countty. He finally- married and took his bride to live with him on this Island. There they raised a family of two boys and one glti. One of tho sons recently has lived with the father and mother on their farm at Ensthampton and tho othfer son bedamo a dentist, and Is now living In Brooklyn. Tho daughter Is also -living In that city. About threo years ago Adams sold his right to the Island and came to this country to spend the remainder of 'Ills days, purchasing the farm on which ho lived until his final Illness. Boston Transcript. WHEN YOU HIRE PEOPLE i Woman Doctor Explain Hon to Size 'Km Up by Simple Tents. Wh?n someone applies to you far a Job, there are certain physical characteristics which Indicate the capacity of tho .person and theso should be studied carefully, ac cording to Dr. Katherlno M. II. Blackford of New York, In an address before tho efficiency society. Dr. Blackford discussed the "Scientific Selection and Assignment of Men In tho Creation of an Organization." She said that one of the greatest causes of waste In business concerns was "Ignorance of human aptitude, and tho requirements of different kinds of work." Dr. Blackford is engaged In running a scries ot employ ment agencies, and she gave a demonstra tion at the end of tho meeting. A young man offered himself as the sub. Ject of tho experiment, and took a seat on the platform. Dr. Blackford, after making It plain to the audience that she and the subject had never mot before, took his hand and stretched tho thumb as far is possible away from tho finger. "He has an unusually long reach," she explained, "and long sensitive flngors, as well as a spare and bony frame. He Is best suited to work that requires not only a chance to use. his Ititelllgcnce, but a certain amount of manual dexterity and bodily exercise as well. H0 4a of the motive' type, as I explained In my ad dress; he Is not made to bo chained to an office chair." Dr. Blackford then proceeded to analyze In somo detail tho general characteristics of the subject, and the sort of work to which sho would most readily assign him, to the delight of her audience, who ap plauded at every point she made. The subject happened to bo of a dark com plexion, to which point Dr. Blackford paid considerable attention. "Blondes and. bruiettes do not work In the same manner," she said. "Generally speaking, blondes are speculative and op timistic; usually mild and good natured; often Inventive; like to conceive the Idea or plan for some one else to work out. They naturally Incline to aggressive work, such ns salesmanship, advertising and promotion. '"Brunettes incllno to conservatism rather than speculation; often serious minded; sometimes Inclined to gloominess: like to work out and perfect tho plan which some other mind has conceived. Theso aro but suggestive examples which any one may observe and test for him self." New York Tost. Pointed Parnirraphs. And a lazy man can't because he won't. Society is a fence that shuts somo peo ple In und others but No man can undestand why women let tears flow at weddings. Of course, your way of earning a living Is the hardest way there Is. Science tunnels mountains while faith 1b figuring on moving them. ..Any. !:'3n,woman can Bet Plump with the right kind of a dressmaker. There s always a chance for a man to become famous If he isn't a dead one. Many a girl who starts out to make a name for hersolf can't make a loaf of bread. If a man Is always making new friends It's generally a sign that his old friends are onto him. Lightning may not hit twice In the same place, but It Is different with the chronic borrower. Chicago News, Altvaya vrlth Vs. Representative Pujo. condemning reck less finance ut a dinner In Washington, said "The fool-and especially th financial fool the fool who wrecks banks and cre ates panics we rave always with us. "It's like the case ot the stump speaker who shouted, one freezing winter night: 'Where la now the fool who rocked the boat all summer T " 'He's down on the oand. annrend a. olec. Mown on the pond trying to ae bow near ca con aula to tno """ptT sign. - Waibingjnn. Ktar.