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THE OMAHA' SUNDAY BEE: nECKMBEIl 10. Iflll'.
-bhuad .road to success
Fundamental Elements of a Career
That it Uorta Winie.
.1: SATISFACTION IN DOING EIGKl
- (irnrriM mm Rroad Spirit Tartar
oinpetltora (ittea trenB,h nail
Poetrr to Tlmee Who
ti- Kaerclee It.
. l and grnrToii and kind t'lrrurl
uniH rill v.
It I the firM and leet wntk Rivrn you
o i! i.
H K.I.I. W IIKKI.Wn VIMI.
If j ou are Ix-Kimilng en a cait'r nl
a.ny kind there Is one nittilol M'l fn
you to take at time It Ik ti e firm t-p
on a long ith; and you may nut arrKe
at the end until yon arrive at Ihr K'al
ot all life and pa. on to another plain
Hut you will bo Krowliuf In tirtve tin I
power and charm and worth every day II
you atart In this mtli and keep to It.
Thin 1'hTii In the way to aenrroiia K''d
will toward all rlvala, towaid ull corn
pollton", toward all others who may te
reeking; for nu(H'pi dlntlnetlon or wealth
alonit the earne course.
fnleaa you ran itet yourself Into a
state of mind which enables you to aee
liow large la the world of endeavor, and
how much room there I fur all of ua to
work along- Individual lines, you will
never he able to attain real auccexs fur
You will never do great tliliiKs until
you are itreat of mind ami heart. No
two merchants ever conducted a business
In the same manner; no two workmen In
the mechanical world ever performed
their labor In precisely the samo way;
no two reporters ever related the same
story alike, and no two artists ever
painted the same scene, so that It seemed
Ilka one picture. Karh human beln lias
Ms own peculiar characteristics which (to
Into his work, no matter what the work
line Your Own ltw.
therefore no one can trespass upon the
domain of another. There Is Just as
ureal an opportunity fur you to reach
the heights hiSyoiir own callliiit, If your
neighbor pursues that same railing, lie
can never be yfu; he can never take
what the Creator rave to you your per
aotiatlty. Instead of wasting your energies
In criticism, envy and Jealously, or In
worry and anxiety about his getting
ahead of you, put all your forces Into
making your own personality, so strong
so full of Individuality, that It will bring
to you whatever you desire In the way
".r 'f success.
If there lurks In your mind one single
''1 feeling of a disagreeable nature toward
.- anyone who Is pursuing your same line
of endeavor, do not try to persuade your
V self that It la a worthy reeling; that It la
,3 a "keen power of analysis," a "dlacrlniln
2 atttig talent." Many people us these
Z torms to explain their own pecullarltlea,
while the simple word "Jealousy" would
give the proper definition.
j Throw open the wlndowa and let In the
'" light upon your heart-garden and aee
t: thla ugly word of Jealousy and then root
It up. Hay to yourself, "I will not let
rj thla thing stay In my nature, I will be
broad and big enough to give every fellow
'. workman good will; and I call on Clod's
Angels of Ught to help me rise above
every unworthy and narrow and bellttle-
-TJng sentiment In my feeling toward other'
peckers after success; and I will grow.
8 meat enough to regard them as com
Z tadca and contemporaries-not as rivals
: cr competitors. There s room for all of
; ti on. the summits of achievement."
Then - when the mean or unworthy
i thought Intrudes Itself upon you, at any
t time, say to It. "(let thoe behind me.
Katan," and atralghtway seek for an op.
.J portunlty to show good will and aay kind
: tblnga of your fclluw. toller
: ' Blrenatb of. I aerlMehnrea.
Once you take yourself n bund In this
i manner, with high determination to be
; shove selfishness, narrowness. Jealousy
; and envy and carping citiclsin, you will
; be astonished at the new power which
I will come to you; the new strength which
Z will be shown in your work and the new
; sense of your oneness with all mankind
: and with the Creator of all things.
Junt as honesty Is the heat policy, so a
..iieneious and broad aplrlt toward com
; potlture, is the best methods of achieving
C greatness In your own work and attain-'-
Ing yonv own goal.
No matter what your work may be,
whether It Is In the arts. In the profes
. aions. In the trades. In business or com-
r.x ioa. In teaching, or preaching, or uy.
lug or M.!liug. In creating or Interpreting
the works of others-begin today to think
' and . talk generously of the efforts of
Begin today to try to be helpful to your
brothers and slaters who are atrlvlng
after the auccess which you are aeeklng.
ltemember alwaya there la success enough
for everybody In the great source of the
Yon will never lose anything for your
. aelf by giving thoughts and word, and
! acts to help another along. No one can
rill ill ....l 1. 1 ... ,
. -Mien ih given you to
. do. There Is an Individuality about earl)
. human being which stumps his work, no
, matter In what line of endeavor It may
' And the greater you make your char
acter the greater will be your own lii.1l
: - No one can Interfere with your life.
. nn your worg but yourself.
T Be lr and Broad.
; If you are crowded out of any place, It
because you did not possess the
strength to keep It. And If you develop
the big. ryjble, broad feeling atom life
and humanity, whhh makea you ready
to help everybody, you will develop, too,
a strength and power which will permed
ate all you do, and make you Invulner
able to all the blows of fate.
Think large thoughts; tie big and broad
In all your views: and big and broad re
lulta rhall come to you.
But evert if yog dm not gain all the
,' things for wblch you toll now, you will
! have the splendid satisfaction of know
; Ing that you have become a noble person-
To be Is far greater than to have or
to do. -
If there is to be any ehortcomlng, any
failure in your life, let t be In your
' work, not In your character.'
Your work Is only for a brief period
at longest; your chsraciiy is for eter
nity. 8o long as solar systems are formed
snd reformed, you will be In existence.
" And ut what plans and placs you oc
1 ,rupy la the new heavfiuf and the new
B) stems depends upon the character you
. Xashu a for youraelt here, out ' of the
inaierui you brought with you from
. IH Uvea and by the kid of I ha circus.
ances and eveota In this plane of
; Utence. at any cost, at any pike of
pain or toll, get rtd of the bolUthng- and
j unworthy and 'mean trails which may
1 e In your nature, and grow" big and
SACK TO THE HOOPSKIRTS?
Modest, tlmnl Tlmorona lie
vital of the Aaclent
I'oe any uman, at least any woman
1 M tide i.f the Atlantic ocean, think
:!'t "the ureal mogul" dress la to he
io ctmfng fashion; that already foolish
"fiil-isns. whose souls are bound up In
ashloiis, talk of nothing else? Ho a
...iidon letter to the New York Times
ns. 1'niret, the great Trench co.Mumer,
ins Invented n new lefirh gown, noth
P less than the "great mogul." The
ilea is that of a modified crinoline, not
he outrageous flamboyant, tilting skirt
of the Wts. but a far more decorous one.
That Is what this Frenchman Fays, lint
Mi the other hand, a person who Is
darkly alluded to only as "a lindon
dressmaker, " says, and says boldly, "I
don't believe In the great mogul dres
at all," and proceeds with the crushing
assertion, "U will never be worn In so
ciety In London." Of course that set
tles It. riesldes It la said that I'olret
was "largely responsible" for the harem
skirt, and what is condemned so loudly
To return to the question of crinoline
t Is referred to as "a modest, almost
timid revival, measuring a mere two
yarda around the bottom," hut. and here
comes In the chill horror of my tale. It
la rumored It will grow. The crinoline
has actually been seen In Bond street.
lyondon, and Is spoken of as grncrfui.
"The ' beauty of the reformed crinoline
which oas most Inappropriately been
named the 'great mogul,' Is." Mm. Tay
lor a.iid, ' that It preserves all the cnarms
of the present tight skirt mode, and gives
a much more beautiful Hue from the
hips to the feet. The wearer 1a also
allowed far more freedom to move, aa
hn bottom of the aklrt has a two-yard
circumference, Instead of the It yards
of aome of the extreme hobble sklrta of
today. The actual crinoline la fitted
into the bottom of the aklrt. The stif
fening Is a necret process which I do
not' caro to reveal, at present,, and Its
great charm la that It avoids the ugly
line ho frequently noticeable In the or
dinary tight aklrt."
For tnose who take the question to
heart there Is comfort In the testimony
of Lady Dorothy Nevlll, the wit and the
one-time fashionable beauty. No. better
guide could be desired. Iaidy Dorothy.
who has been one of the most taipular
hostesses of her day. haa herself worn
crinoline. -When told that crinolines
might become fashionable again In Ixn
don, she raised her eyebrows In aston
ishment. "Kurely not," she said, "I
thought we had done with those things
rorever. I remember the days when I
used to wear a crinoline," she continued.
smiling at Ihe thought. "It was such a
big one, and I found it very troublesome.
It meuaured"-and ldy Dorothy
stretcned out her hands to their fullest
extent "ever so many feet around. It
was very difficult for one to gat up
stairs, still harder to get Into a car
riage. I was glad when the fashion went
out, but now, you say, It may be revived
agaltl. Now our skirts are straight
down and sensible. Why should they be
mad. bigger and uncomfortable? It la
belter that skirts should be skimpy, as
T have seen them, than that they ahouiu
be filled out with a hoop. No, I do not
approve ot crinolines at the present day.
I remember how troublesome they were
when I wore them, and to modern women
they would , bo ridiculous."
STORY OF DA LEWIS
Famous l.lghthoaee keeper, I. We
'aver, and Darlag (ntla
of the ca.
Wlih the death of Ida lals there per
ishes a character, romantic. In the eyes
of tlis 5"iing .Arnerlraii. and extraordina
rily fearlesn and strong, it Is not to be
suppoi'ed, remarks the Springfield He
pnl.lican. that Ida I-ewls ever posed as a
hero in her own eyes, for she Is aald to
have been a very modest, retiring woman.
She simply lived up lo her opportunities.
When yhe saw people perishing in the
sen her Immediate Impulse was to save
them. Wry likely she did not stop to
think. Ilor story Is thla: Her father,
l aplu'n llosea Lewis, w as the Pi si
keeper of the I.line flock lighthouse in
Nan 'igarisett bay. The mother of the
family !l"d when Ida Was a child,' and
the datixhter became housekeeper, mother
to her llttlebrothers und sisters, end
her father's assistant, na rheumatism
more and more Incapacitated Mm from
active duties. Hhe began her llfesaving
career at 1, when she rescued four young
men who had -capslned their boat. From
that time, during her whole life, she
wae to he relied on to save 'drowning
persons, f-'h saved the lives of 1 per
sons In all, and' each one at the peril of
her own. .
She had been the real keeper of the
lighthouse from iwo to 1ST9, hut was not
rerognlzeil officially by the I'nlted fitates
government until the latter date. ' In
IMil, the government for the first time
made or in. 1 1 acknowledgment of her
deserts, presenting her with a gold medal.
Hhe was Introduced to a big audience by
an officer mimed French Knsor Chad
wick, afterward to become famous as
Fampsnn'a chief of staff and the com
mander of the New York In the Kant lax o
campaign and now rear admiral. In
his speech he aald that be was present
ing to Nfis8 Iwls the highest token of
merit of the kind which can be given. In
this country, ihe live-saving medal of
the first class conferred by the govern
ment "for extreme heroic daring Involv
ing Imminent personal danger." He con
cluded by reading a letter from Will
lam Wlndom, who served a secretary of
the treasury under Garfield and Harri
son, indorsing the award. This medal
bore a relief of Ida Lewis In her boat
saving men from "the wavea, ' and the
Inscription: "In testimony of heroic
deeds In saving life from the peril of the
Among the testimonials ahe received
were a subscription from the soldiers of
Fort Adams, a silk pennant from the
Fall Illver line, a sliver rudder yoke and
boat hook from the Narragansett boat
club of Providence, a bnathouse from
Colonel James Flsk of the Fall River
line, a silver medal from the life-saving
benefit airsoclatlon, an honorary member
ship and gold pin of the Borosls society
of New York, complimentary resolutions
of the Oenepal Assembly of Rhode Island,
a silver rnedal from the Massachusetts
humane society, a congressional gold
medal, the cross of honor of the American
croaa of honor society, a gold . medal
from the atate of Rhode Island, and a
sliver niedat of the American live-saving
society. 'Jim" Flsk, with all his faults,
was one of the readiest men In the world
to recognise and admire such traits aa
Ida Lewis displayed. Ills gift to her ot
the pretty, boathouse was made out of
sheer admiration, and accepted In the
thankful and grateful spirit In which the
greateat American live-saver always re
ceived tributes of thnt kind.
Mark Men Are ltaageroaa.
"I don't like the looks of that Juror
with the big ears and the long pointed
chin," tiie defendant In the case whis
pered to his lawyer.
"iie lias an ugly mug," aald the lawyer;
'that's a fact."
"It Isn't altogether, his looks, though."
confided the client; "he's paying too
blomed close attention to the teatlmony."
Novelty la Street tap Tracks.
A new kind of street car track has re
cently been laid In Chicago and its trial
there should be watched with much Inter
est. The principal feature of the rail Is
that it la laid in two sections and that
the top part, when It wears down, can
be replaced without disturbing the base
or tearing up the pavement In the too
familiar manner which so Impedes and
Interferes with traffic in general. It ap
pears that this rsif Is an F.ngllih Inven
tion, and an KiiKllxh mechanical engineer
has been at work In Chicago with a rail
laying machine which waa especially Im
ported for the purpose. Springfield Republican,
Do You Feel This Way?
Do you feel all tired out P Do you sometimes
uuna you just caa'l work away at vour orates.
ion or trade any lonicr P Do vou have a sour ana.
tits, end ley awake at nights unable to sleen Are
your nerve ell gone, and your stomaoh too ? lies ea.
bition to forge ahesd in the world left youP If so, you
might es well put a stop to your misery. You ceo do it if
you will. Dr. Pierce's Goldca Medical Discovery will
make you a different individual. It wilt set your lasy liver
to work. I will set things right in your ttomeoh, and
your eppetite will come back. It will purify your blood .
If there is any tendency io your family toward consumption,
it will keep that dread destroyer away. Even after on-
... ' umpiioa Das almost gained a foothold la the form of
lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will bring about
euro in 98 per cent, of ail cases. It is a remedy originally prepared by Doctor
R.V. Pierce. M edict! advic it firm frtt to all who wish to write for same.
Great success has come from a wide experience, and varied practice.
Dob t be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dealer into taking inferior substl.
ttites for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to he "just es good." Dr.
Pierce's medicines ere of non coMrotmoN. Their every ingredient printed
on their wrappers. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain no habit,
loiniing drugs. World's Dupentery Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Doctor's Answers On
Health and Beauty Questions
y SB. TKCOOOSB BUCK.
Ths tueatlont snivtreit brlnv are (snsral la rharaiUr: ttis
yniiitoma or dlratae era jlren an lb answers win apply ts iu
cm u( similar nature.
Tlioas wlahina further a.lvi. free, mt sd.irM Dr. Tkaooor
!.. (Vile li:j, , t-Mi.-Kllwuod nt.. IXMon. ohle. siutoa
Ing aeKa.tilruM,!. aiampwi envelops lor reply. Fall sams and
a.lflnus mu.l I (Ivtn. but only Initiate or fletltloua asm will ha
u.ed la air sn.wara. Th preu r hitlona can be tilled at tr well
i lev bed drvt iore. Any drull isa order ot ksleealer.
U fc . f fll !. ...111)...
I t j)lifada.-ke. lalnllna
I li.pwll, weariurta. all
w.ksJ' i'IU-ate that ihe dell-
,ii rale osne ut your
aie not In normal lilli londlllnn. ' Any
euit.au h lrla auto iii,i,ma ahould alin
a liealment iletlgned io lono up Hie oraaua and
r-t.M U.Hr hrallhr luunu.ne. Hik this pre
. rliii..n illlrd. Viburnum ptunir.iliuiu I ua ,
llmlure adou.riie romp I oi., ayrup liypophoa
pliltea a nr.. Mil ami take a tra.poonful 9ry
1 bouia, lullowma i .nl! t (la-e ot waler This
aiafce. a aplendld lolil. lor nrruua, "lua-iloaa"
Knoiarira:- Heine, oa our fo ao many h nil re
a. h d. la repuoaallile lor I ha eu'lerlna 0l. n
ou enduie. Tu. Wat i.lirl J ,.,lra Ior ,lr,
annul, awolljo and sure leel. airoiui'iined by
buriiius or ptMpiriug. la ea lollowa: To a gal
lon o but saler add a laa.puoiilul of anlleeplle
tllaue lowder and a laMrootiil of aall lm
uirrae Ilia lt oa li night tor 11 to M Hlllutee
and oi uu aill m tree froia .ufl.nug ,Ue
agonloa vt ivudrr lovt.
Kh.uuiall. M Is Ih. treatment 0t rheuma
llwn joy ahould lint regulate Ihe diet flit
roninue vr.lfee nad tea. Uuilt allooat eallrelr
all meat dl.t al.o atar. I.n. ,, h .. r bp,.d
peau,, pudliuga and p.Aaioea. eiot baaed Al-
aa eat la.. Ibaa the appellle . iaea lUatora
good digeallea l uklng l.blele lrloH,pllne
pink eli.r breabra.1. l.n, .(,.r a,r. ,,4 w
aibar euoper. Hate the lollowlng praerrllMloa
piorerly tilled Iodide el prMeaeiua. 1 arVma.
sodium eallcylale drams, aiue ot colrbl.uoi
one-half oa.. romp, eeaence rerdlol 1 01 , comp
lluld iMlniwort a and ayrup aaraaparllla map!
ore Mn and alieke well, taking a leaepoonlul
aller earh inral and one at 'bed I lain. Drink aaiuh
Ilea Too Thla -You can and ahould walgk
more, by et leaat II or re pounda. The m.oil
reliable fl.all promoting medicine tkal I ran
lerummend la I graia hypo-aurlana la Mala, eb
leineblr from any well worked pbannaer la
eeled pe.kasea. wllk fall dlre.-llona for taking
People Who kave tried everything la vale hare
"'""Ha arret iutva wkea uaing ikia lutle
e.alp-Halr:-Tke hair and aoelp frequently ,gf.
fee from anurobea. aaualng licking, dendmft aad
kale I. Ulna Tke only reel euoreeeful era Id and
kelr preparetloa that I have teemed abaolutelv
lo bo eu.rraalul la plala yellow minyol. parked
la 4 ea. lare. ready f,a- oM. vltk fu, eir.,,
A few aptiluatlone roetoree keellfcy ooadltloa re
aiotoa and rarea daadrurf. Itching aad fa'lllna
hair, akile It beauilflea the kair. glina luatre"
a and gloea.
.in , i. . ' recammead raeraroyal-
pill. f.,r ikronlc eoaaiipatiea aa I he formula la
....... ........ uv earn packege aad
KiaiNoei ee raeur an, caecara wild
etc . are yery elle.4le and pleaaaat la
. ounoueo uMtge often reeuiia la
natural a lion of kowela.
Head Ako - If x,.a are a frequent sufferer tram
keedache. try uarug pa la -a ea y -pi I la. wklrk coe
Ula celery, caaiiikur. acetpheaelldln. etc and
Ibeea ingrrdlente do aet alferl tue heart Ilka
a.elanllld doee la many raeea If yo kave In
digeeil.m ehi.k mar caaae yeur sufferlag. 1 ad
yiae the taa of ublete wlopeptioe.
Tkoae wi.hlng fanhcr advice, free, may ad dreaa
.-.--r...-. . ..Tiie. emlualeg aelf-eildt
-" - g'.en, but loin
lea p,. nuiioa tat ua filled
Theodore Be.k. CMIIega Bldg ( .
etemped asvelope for reply KH
aame will k .ui i- .
kt aay wen-.locked drug Mora. Aay dru.glal oa. ard at
Where the spirit of Christmas
finds its sincerest expression.
Christmas Fair of the Churches
December 4 to 20
CT Beautiful Court of The Bee Building w
The Gift Land of Omaha
Here are displayed in almost countless variety
and numbers gifts that will be cherished most
highly and remembered the longest. They are
gifts that will be valued for their permanent
character and their cheery Yuletide sentiment..
Some of the Christmas Fair suggestions are:
Water color novelties, fancy paintings, aprons,
hand-painted china, handkerchiefs comforts,
1 fancy baskets, Mexican stamped pocket books,
fancy dusting caps, porcelain ware, dolls' out
fits, delicious home cooking, fine candies.
The Following Churches Will be
Charge This Week
December 11 and 12
Trinity M. E.
Hillside Congregational. .
-Church of Covenant
Chairman. Ilerndenee. Telephone.
. Mrs. J. L. Houchin 2626 North Twenty-fourth St. W. 746
Mrs. P. I. Devol 2105 Miami W. 983
Mrs. M. L. Melick 1329 South Twenty-sixth St D. 6121
Mrs. M. H. Hinckey 2854 Manderson B-1721
December 13 and 14
McCabe M. E Mrs. H. D. Thorpe. . . .
Hirst Memorial M. E Mrs. J. F. Pettegrew. .
First Congregational Mrs. Chaa. Harding. . .
Oak Street M. E ..Miss Blanche Young. .
. . 115 South Forty-second St... . .H-2704
. . 4514 North Thirty.f ourth Ave. W. 3538
..118 South Thirty-eighth Ave.. . H. 803
. .Methodist Hospital H. 1483
December 15 and .16
tNorth Side Christian Mrs. C. A. Mangum 2804 North Twenty-eighth St. .B-2940
jChttrch of Good Shepard. . . Mrs. Ira Marks. ; . ...... .Apt. 8, Roland W. 6000
Lowe Ave. Presbyterian Mrs. H. M. McClanahan.1312 North Fortieth St. 7." H 1402
St. Mathew's Eng. Lutheran Mrs. L. B Snyder 1952 North Fifteenth St... D. 7475
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