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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Have Boot Print It.
Omaha 0nrl Hoapltal.
G. rito. riturca, Burf -OranAtn.
Efyptian Chocolataf 30c Mvpro-Plllcn
Conoart rrlday XTMlnf The Imperial
Concert company will furnish the chief
feature of ail entertainment to he given
Ht the Youns Women'a Christian amicl
atlon auditorium Friday evening fr the
Ix nefit of the Hellevue relieve. This com
pany was heard here last year and made
li derided lilt.
Tire la Vpatairi Eoomt Tn ip
Malm rooms of the home cf Jne Mooie,
1".I2 North KlKhteenth Htreet, Were gutted
ly fire at 8 o'clock last nltiht. The hlaze
started from an overheated furnace and
i-aiiHcd a damage of
Photo Gallery Robbed The photo
graph gallery at Uti South Sixteenth
street, owned and operated by C. U.
TrusHoll. was broken Into by burglar
Saturday ninht and robbed of 43 In
money. The lock on the front door of
the gallery was picked.
at First Methodist
Members of the congregations of the
First Frcsbj terlan, Central United Ties
bttiian, First ConsreKatloniil and First
-Methodist churches attended the union
vatchnlsht services held In the First
Methodist church at Twentieth and Dav
enport treet Sunday night, watching
the old year out and the new one In.
Ulshop John I Nuelaen delivered the
watchnlKht sermon and he chose tor his
subject, "A New Year's Meditation," In
vhh-h he Kpoke of thu good things he
expected to see accomplished during the
Miss Verda Oldfleld of the Centra!
United Presbyterian choir, sanK "O God
llo Merciful," and she was followed by
Mr. Murray C. French of the First Con
gregational church, who pang.
Vastors F. T. Rouse, H. It. Spoor, D. K.
Jenkins and Kdward lllslop delivered
New Year's messages, each upon timely
Hev. M. It. Williams conducted the
regular Sunday evening services, which
were made short because of the program
following. Ills subject was, "The Un
WHY IMMIGRANTS GO HOME
Various faunea Make the ICxodaa
One of Uncommon Pro
portion Kxceptlng the after-panic year 1908,
when emigration from thJa country
whs ltM.OOu mare than Its Immigration.
V'U will show the emaJlest net for
eign addition to our population for many
years. Up to December 1 the arrivals
In New York were 781,068, departures
4Hti,7!H; and In December the departures
ere exceeding arrivals by many
Only within recent years have the fed
eral officials sought to keep accurate
figures of emigration, but the process
of ebb and flow has always existed since
fast steamships began plying. Alarmists
who have pictured the dangers of Immi
gration have often blundered by consid
ering the gross figures only. In the deo
ade 19)1-10 Immigration rose to the enor
mous total of 8,796,000; but the net gain
from this source was much smaller than
the natural Increase through births.
The heavy exodus this year Is In part
due to slack work. Building activity' has
fallen off slightly. Railroad work Is
proceeding elowly for financial reasons.
Hut the custom among our foreign-born
residents of taking a flying visit home
is growing Irrespective of lack of "work.
This year a special cause exists Tn the
war In Tripoli, of which students of fig
ures have not taken sufficient account.
Some thousands of Italians have gone
eastward hoping for a chance to fight;
but a much larger number who had been
planning to go back "some time" have
seized the present occasion, when politi
cal differences are forgotten ,. and when
the entire peninsula is in a patriotic
festival spirit over "la terzu Italia."
New York World.
Old Una-Hub Humor.
One of the' stories told by Mr. Spencer
Leigh Hughes In his speech In the House
of Commons Is that of the small boy who
was watching the speaker's procession.
"Who, father, Is that gentleman?" said
the small boy, pointing to the chaplain.
' That, my son," said the father, "is the
vhaplaJn of the house."
"Does he pray for the members?" asked
.he small boy.
The father thought a minute, and then
laid: "No, my sun; when he goes Into
he house he looks around and sees the
nembera sitting there, and then prays
r the country." Cardiff Mall.
For Tender te d
The medicinal andjemollient
properties of Cuticura Soap
r&l render it in-
for men who
daily and a
necessity for those subject
to redness, roughness and
other irritations of the skin.
No mug, no soggy" soap, no
germs, no waste, no loss of
lime or money.
DIRECTIONS. Dip thavine brush in
K J hot water and with it moutea beard.
Hub end of Sharing Btk k lightly over
rjTnnv moistened surface. Wet brush again
ll JJr' D0' ter and make rich creamy
PV lathuf on face, and shave. In Nickeled
STlCl bz " stored or by mall, 2Sc., with
l - a liberal (ample of Cuticura boap and
Ouitmcnt and 32-p. Skia Hook. AdCrekS
"Cuucuft," Dept. ell, Dcatoo.
WHO REAP BENEFIT OF PLAN
Extension University Business
Course Aid for Those Who Need It.
FREE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MANY
No K.lpenae Attached to Plan Kteept
.Nominal Fee for Mchilirhl,
and lllanka Appeared In
From, general Indications It is concluded
that The T'.ee'a educational offer along
practical business lines, as announced In
Sunday's Issue, lit once struck n respon
sive chord In the minds of business nx-n
who believe In and advocate the t rai ni lit:
In business that H afforded by some of
the largest universities.
The successful business men of Omaha,
as well as of other cities and towns In
this section, who have fought their own
way to the top and well earned their
positions and stnndlim In the business
world, are the ones who know from ex
perience that there I no "royal road to
the presidency." These, too, are the men
who know the great difficulty experienced
in all lines of business, to secure com
petent men who tan help them to plan
and execute men who have the right
knowledge and ability t meet today's
Knilnmetiient for l'laii.
It was from some such men that The
Fife's offer h:is already received hearty
endorsement and It Is satisfaction to
know that The Dee's educational offer
In the business administration course of
tho l.aSallH Kxtenslon university, has
made such a favorable Impression timuuh'
the leading business men of Omaha.
Ilefore tho I.aSalle university introduce. 1
this practical and successful extension
method of tmlnlng In business organiza
tion, management, accounting and fi
nance. It was necessary for one to give
up his position for at least two years
to attend such resident Institutions as
Yale, Harvard. Dartmouth and similar
colleges having a department devoted to
No Possible for Some,
To the active man In business, this was
seldom possible, not so much on account
of the expense Involved, but the loss of
time from business. This offer nTfords
such men the opportunity to obtain a
firmer grasp of the fundamental or un
derlying principles and practlco of mod
ern scientific business methods.
The many advantages of this course in
business administration, embrace some
thing of great value to the banker, the
broker, tho advertising man, the crrdlt
manager and all men In business and are
priceless to the young business man, who
Is anxiously and earnestly looking for
ward to a position of responsibility where
men are drawing substantial salaries for
their executive knowledge and ability.
Assistance from lice.
The Dee will gladly give assistance to
anyone who wishes advice as to whether
he should take up this course. If he will
write to the educational department ex
plaining the duties his position involves,
The Itee will gladly investigate his case
and give him all necessary advice. The
course Is Intended for men occupying
executive positions, department heads and
those In line for promotion.
While these scholarships are compli
mentary to the first satisfactory appli
cants, The Bee has a written guarantee
from the La.Salle Kxtenslon university
that each shall entitle the holder to the
regular and complete two-year coarse In
business administration, and the confi
dential business service without any
The Bee, further, has arranged with the
university that the necessary standard
text matter and course lectures may be
obtained through this offer at a nomtal
cost. The LaSalle university is recog
nized among business men as the leading
Institution of Its kind In this country.
Connected with it In various capacities
are some of the most able and success
ful business men and university profes
sors In the country and It Is under such
men that those who obtain these scholar
ships will receive their training in busi
ness administration and business advice
What la to Be Hone,
In order to reserve a scholarship, write
at once to The Omaha Bee, giving nnme,
age, position held, name of firm and ad
dress written plainly, simply stating you
are Interested and desire further infor
mation. In perfect fullness to all, The
Bee will number each application as re
ceived and respond to them In regular
order as promptly as possible. Kvery
application will receive the same atten
tion and consideration, but as tho num
ber la strictly limited we advise prompt
ness in writing for fall particulars.
Four Arrests Made
On Eve of New Year
The w ii kcl of Omaha brounht the , ar
I'dl to a righteous prroratlon, the d
fori e of the police department being un
called to make a single an est and the
li ght forec twinging only four to prison.
The worst crime on which the P'U cur
tain fe'l was that of Joe Mct'ool, who
evicted his wife from his home, a covered
wagon at Forty-second street and Hed
mond avenue. Mrs Mct'ool went to
neighbors for avmpathy and the netuh
hors called the police, who arrested Mc
t'ool. Mct'ool contended he was innocent
The other three arrests were of men
who would have It nndei stood that their
dislike for the aipia chariot obsessed
tin m to the last.
CHEERS FOR WATER WAGON
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
New Fire Hall Will Be Opened Early
in the Year.
WATER MAINS WILL BE LAID
lli'ln llio t ho tnanrn Hurry t all
that Mini Is Demi In Motel Itoom
I'loils piiMiiicnt Is Only
WORK CON GAME0N PARSONS
Mnch Married Couple SprlnR ItoKiia
Checks anil iet Ana)' With
the I bangr,
A thrifty New York couple has been
solving the problem of living by devot
ing at least half the time to the pleasant
pursuit of getting married. I'p to date
they have entered the nuptial state thirty
times, and if the authorities don't come
up with them they bid fair to capture the
long distance elysian isweepstakes, and
break the record now held by Nat Good
win or Is It Kid McCoy?
As chronicled In the veracious dis
patches from New York, it Is the habit
of this pair to splice up two or three
times a day. Karh time the bashful hus
band hands the officiating clergyman a
( heck for $0, and being by no means lost
to all sense of frugality because of his
happiness, he asks In change tin In real
money. Of course, the money Is good,
and the checks are bad, and the trusting
parson if left, so tu speak, holding a col
lection plate with a button In It.
There are two morals tu this truthful
account of the newest get-rli h-iiulck
combination. With Hen) and Sioux
Fulls and Chicago and Detroit Judges
working overtime unraveling t tirelessly
tied knots snarled up l,y the pieaohers,
It is no more than poetic Justice that the
gentlemen of the (loth themselves be
stung now and then; and if they be
taught to exerc.se more care In making
Mary John's wife while they wait, to
.'cout around among the neighbors a f it
and ask a few questions before the? put
the curse on, will not the effect be bene
ficial? As for the high cost of living In
terfiling with marriages, that theory Is
now exploded. On the contrary, the pinch
of necessity is the greatest a d Cupid Jias
devised since the Invention of drop-stitch
stockings. At labt a way has been found
to make matrimony financially self-sup-ning.
and to put Mr. Mendelssohn's
m ddliig march on a paying basis. aah
ii blon Dost.
A Sadden (ullaae
f t'laiach, liver, kidneys an, bonds is
ii. .si surely ireverited with lilecttlc iu
tho safe reguUior. iu cuu fur
..ile by Beaton Drug O.
It has been leurnid that the new fire
hall at Tw cnty-sovtnth and Madison
would be opened early In the new year.
This Is the second hall to be opened
within the last twelve months and there
Is a general feeling of satisfaction at the
Increase of fire protection.
The delay in opening the new hall Is
due to the fact that as et no water
facilities have been provided for It
Recently the city council In a resolution
instructed the Omaha Water coic.panv to
lay mains and Install Indrants contiguous
to fire hall No. .'i at Twenty-seventh and
Mailisin and Twenty-seventh nnd Monroe
Chart's Collins, local superintendent of
the water company, later reuuested the
mayor to Issue more specific instructions
for the laying of the water mains. The
order was at once given to the water
company to proceed under the supervi
sion of City Kngineer i loorge Hoberts.
The work will be pushed without delay
and is expected to be completed within a
couple of weeks.
The opening of the new hnll will mark
the fifth addition to the local fire force.
Recently the efficient work of the local
department in controlling the Cudahy fire
and the ij street viaduct fire won com
mendation from all sides.
City Clerk Frank Good litis returned
from a trip to Chicago, where he Is
understood to have held a conference
with Specr ,t Co. relative to the bonds
about to be Issued by the city. Accord
hut' to the mayor, with whom the city
clerk had a conversation on the matter
after his return to the city, progress Is
being made with the examination of tho
bond histories asked for by Speer & Co.
F.arly this morning the mayor, city clerk
and city treasurer will meet nt the
executive offices to get out the remaining
parts of tho bond histories.
Man Wasn't Dead.
Iietectlve Andrew McGuIre was
ensconced In bis favorite chair at the
police station Saturday night discoursing
to his comrades and reporters on great
truths of life when the telephone at bis
elbow began an insistent buzz.
"Man dead In a room at the Grand
View hotel," said an excited voice. "Send
Hurriedly McGulre buttoned up his
coat and rushed away In the teeth of the
wintry blast. "Who's dead and where
Is he?" queried the officer. of the night
The clerk handed the detective a pass
key and led the way to a room occupied
yesterday morning by O. K. Cowan.
Hat in hand and with reverent tread
the officer approached tho bed of the
late deceased, only to find that Cowan
had taken French leave after having
carefully locked his door and omitted to
return his key.
Fpon his return to the station the big
officer buried himself in some musty rec
ords and refused the kindly ministrations
of the police and reporters.
When midnight marked the close of 1911
last night the resignation of Harrison
F. Talmage and Alva Smith became
effective and two prominent cattle sales
men of the local yards retired from a
long connection with the commission firm
1'revlous to the closing of business Sat
urday friends of the two retiring sales
men held a convivial farewell function In
one of the exchange offices. A number
of speeches were made and Mr. Talmage
was presented with a valuable shotgun
and case, while Mr. Smith received a
pair of sealskin gloves.
illaule City l.osslp.
The birth of a daughter Is reported at
the home of Mr. and -Mrs. Thomas J.
Clooney, 1T,; t! street.
Attorney A. C. I'ancoast. who lias been
engaged In the practice of law under the
llrm name of Muvilock A.- I'ancoast, tins
withdrawn from the firm In order to
open offices In c. nulla." Mr. I'ancoast
will continue to reside In Hjutli Omaha.
N. C. Thiey, agifl li"' years, died yester
day morning ot debility at bis home.
Thirty-fourth and I streets. He Ih sur
vived by bis wlfo and ono daughter, who
resides. In Toledo, o. No funeral ar
i ung. -merits will be made until word is
had from Toledo.
Judge and Mrs. V. C. Caldwell enter
tained Saturday night at their home.
Thirty-sixth and tj streets, in honor of
the fourteenth birthday of their son,
I'atrick Junior. About fifty boys ami
girls enjoyed the enrilng and added their
felicitations on the auspicious occasion.
Friends of Karl Wilson, who recently
recover.-' from a serious illness In the
South Omaha hospital, are grieved to
learn of the death of bis sister, Miss
liny Wilson, at Sidney, la. Both Mr.
Wilson and bis sister recently were con
fined to the local hospital with lphuld
Robbers broke Into the saloon of Frank
Kncverage nt Twenty-fourth and W
streets Sattirdav night and obtained a
small amount of money and goods, lie.
teetive John Zaluiidrk and Officer John
Cashcn aiich4it Otitch Kroner, George
Mother and Frank Kliisan on suspicion
of being connected with the deed. The
men assert their innocence.
Mayflower hive No. Indies of the
Macc-abees, has elected the following
officer for the ensuing year: Rose Itvan.
commander' Bridget J. Byrnes, HeiiteiiHUt
commander; Millie Good, past com
mander; Jennie Martin, record keeper;
Mai-v Kelly, finance auditor: Margaiet
l-'arrell. chaplain; I.ouls,. 11,'ipieie, ludv-at-urms:
Inline Martin, sergeant; Brtdket
Byrnes, sentinel; Susan Cassldv. picket;
Agnes I.. inning, official prompter; TUIlM
The key to success in business Is the
ji.daicus and pers.ttent use of newspaper
u t I tU-lllg.
"And then-" said I irinynt rude, pausing.
"Ve.i, and then'.' ' exclaimed Gwendo
line. "He asked me If I bad ever been kissed
before " Gwendoline gave a gasp of com
passion. "h, oii poor darling." she cried. "How
aw kwaid. i if course, you uald er-n.,? '
'Dear Gwendoline." said Krm ntrode
i.'iising her righteous eves to those of tier
('iinip anion, "do you not know that hoi,
esty is my Ideal virtue, and that I could
neyer tell a fal hood " Do von imm
I that the truth Is darer to me than all
"Yes. I know," whispered Owendol ne.
pressing her friend s hand. ' l:at tint
"I said." replied Gwendoline, returning
the pres-ure "Oh. Clarence, il0W ,an J ou
Annual Cruise Starts Under Most ,
Favorable Auspices at Midnight. I
PASSENGER LIST BIGGEST EVER
Omar Khaam llnrnril In Kf f lay
I'RKscnarrw thont tnhrnscr
lluxh, llndnrUrr and
Amid chens and cries of "Hon voyage!"
from countless thousands the good old
water wagon, icpalred, repainted, and re
modeled, weighed anchor and set out on
its annua! cruise jcsivrjtay morning at IJ
It whs a sight never to be forgotten
when the iicblo old cart got under way.
It was a sight to thrill the most phleg
matic heart. Never before In the wagon s
history had their been such a huge pas
senger list. There were thousands on I
board. So large was; tho crowd that rid
ing the wagon was positively uncom
fortable, yet not a passenger showed the
least disposition to give up his Seat.
For several days prior to the beginning
of the cruise passengers had been getting
aboard, having declared that there are
advantages. In taking a flying start. Yes
terday tin u.-an Is seeking passage crowded
the wharf nil day and a steady stream of
swearers-off marched up the gangway.
Iy H ilt) everv available seat was occu
pied and thousands who could not get
seats were standing or clinging to the
sides ef the old i art. Some even were
standing on the hubs of the wheels. Many
disappointed persons arrived too late to
secure passage, there being not a single
unoccupied Inch of space on tho cart.
They were advised to run along behind.
The passage committee said some of the
voyagers are likely to fall off within a
day or two and others will be permitted
tci take their places.
Formality Dispensed With,
There was little formality In connection
with the beginning of the cruise. Joe
Itutler, driver of the wagon, was sworn
Into office and his bond approved with
llghtnlng-Uke rapidity. He made a hi lef
address In which he thanked the pas
sengers for the honor bestowed upon him
and said he would drive to the best of
Copies of the rules nnd regulations were
distributed among the passengers. Any
person found to havo brought lliiuor on
board will be thrown off the wagon at
once. No one shall tell of bis experiences
before he got on the wagon unless he
does so with the purpose of showing how
much happier he Is since he began riding.
Hot He of Milk Smashed.
At a given signal a bottle of milk was
smashed over the tongue of the cart and
it set sail. The cheering was deafening.
Whin It subsided the wagon had pro
ceed an hour on its way and faintly there
came to the watchers the songs the pas
sengers were singing. It seems that in
order that none might be blue at the
start the rules bad been suspended and
tho passengers had been permitted to In
dulge In Bongs of other days days when
they did sailing of a different sort than
water wagon sailing. The breeies car
ried the strains of "Down Where the
Wursburger Flows," "Fnder tho An
houser Husch," "Hudwelser's a Friend of
Mine," "Down In the City ot llooze,"
"Well, Weil Take Just Ono More Kittle
Drink and Then We'll All Oo Home,"
"Here's to Good Old Yale. -l)rlnk Her
Down," "But In the Morning," "Give I's
a Drink, Bartender," "Nobody Knows
How Dry I Am" and "Ah, Kill the Cup."
At about l:il0 o'clock a column of snioKe
was seen to rise from the wagon. Omar
Kliayam was being burned In effigy. The
members of the funnel gang had orig
inated the Idea, which quickly had been
taken up by the alcohol association and
One Wblff Wan linouali.
All reports for customs Inspection were
heuten 111 1'ensa.cola harbor the other day,
when the revenue cutter drew up along
side the schooner Fenn, Just In from
Irkysprlcna. Iceland. It brought fish for
fertilizer, and fish, for fertilizer, It will be
understood, is not kept on lee. Herring
guano, It Is called, but that Is unjust to
guano. The officers waited Just lor;
enough to learn how to spell Irkysprlcna
and fled for the shore. If any misguided
person wishes to smuggle diamonds, a
fishguano schooner from Iceland bound
for a warm climate la Just the vehicle.
This Is said to be the first vessel from
Iceland entering a gulf port. Springfield
Omaha Gets New Branch
Mouse for Goodyear Tires
At 2212 Farnam Street
We have opened a new branch store at this address. Here
after this will be the headquarters in this vicinity for enthusiasts
on Goodyear Tires. Here we carry a full stock of Goodyear Tires
and accessories. Here we render Goodyear Service -
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advice you would receive were you to tfo ritfht to our factory.
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The demand for these
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Two kinds of service) arc yours: The erv
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Wo cordially Invito yon to come and see us,
if only to see what this branch and this service
is going to mean to motorltds.
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2212 Farnam Street. Omaha. Neb.
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Do You Want to Know
Ahout government hind laws, location of land of
How to get irrigation lards, location of projects,
laws governing same, etc.
iJest sections i'or fruit growing, genernl fanning,
Mock liiising or dairying.
Your questions will get prompt attention, fttnto
plainly and specifically what you want to know. Write,
Land Information Bureau
The Twentieth Century Farmer
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