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T1IE OMAHA SUNDAY BKF,: DECEMBER .11, 1011.
AUTOISTS LOOKING AHEAD
Sacei in 1912 Will Be Made More
Attractiye to Drivers.
MILE EVENTS ABE DWINDLING
Speedway Haad Contests Will
Be Mad More Important aad
Richer la t'irui Ltarlns
tae Com Inn A Far.
Philadelphia la DoaM.
The Idea of promoting competitive
phyFlral exercise among the grade school
boys of Omaha has rroven a success this
year and Judging from the showing made
by the youthful athletes since the open
ing of school In Feptember the work all)
arouse more Interest when the outdoor
meet Is held next spring than ever be
fore. Raymond L Cams, a Dartmouth
graduate and former athletic director at
the Omaha high school, has carried on
the work as superintendent of athletics.
Lothrop school, the winner of tho
spring meet at the Auditorium In which
all the public schools took part, has made
the best showing In the fall contests,
having the largest number of boys pass
ing the required tests In all except the
running hlg jump. In which event Kellom
school had the edge on them by one score.
Ixilhrop had 115 youngsters pass the test
In the standing broad Jump, 1C2 In running
high Jump and 128 In the sprints.
In addition to lothrop and Kellom
schools, J-ake, Centra) and Franklin are
showing up strong.
Following are the standings of the five
highest schools In each test. In tho
standing broad Jump the requirements
were: Class 1, 7 feet 4 Inches; class I, 7
feet; class 3, 6 feet C Inches. Running
high Jump requirements. Class .1, 4 feet
4 Inches; clasa 2, 3 feet 10 Inches; class S,
3 feet 4 inches. Running terts: Class t
BOO yards In IS ecconila; clans. 2, forty
yards In 6i seconds; class 3, forty yards
In 7 seconds.
. Standing II road Jump. ,
School. Clans 1. Class 2. CIhkb 3. Total.
Jothrop ... 12 23 80 115
Kellom .... 1 w 7t t6
1-a.ke 4 l."i ICS M
Contral .... 5 1 M , S2
Franklin 3 32 CI 75
Rnnnlaa; His; a J a rap.
School. Class 1. Class I. Class 3. Total.
Kellom ..... 1 21 l 103
othrop .... I , - 27 .'64 402
lake . B 14 tiS '87
lxng ....... '2 R 7!t. fr:,
Centtat Q IS 69 - SI
k i. .... JtsmBtnar. ' '
'School. ' Class 1. Class S. Class I. Total.
I..othrtv. ... (missing) , lax
Central .... 6 . ,20 !M . 115
l'ark 4 ' 2j 77 KM
Saratoga .. ' 2 ' St Ft ' list
iKrihklln ... i ' 10 7." 8)
The W.' I Huppmart Automobile coin
pany'of Omaha and Sioux City has made
a contract with tho Abbott-Detroit Motor
company to handle Detroit cara the com
ing season. ' -
The Hupp $Iotor company of Detroit,
Mlol.u Is niailln . beautiful photogiapli
0J$L.P.SK,,j2J3 Jtupmr-blle "3:" long
stroke. The extensive advertising" cam
paign the Hupp people are carrying on
makes the reqisssts . for these pictures
enormous, and tHe W. U. Huppman com
pany Is kept busy mal-ing these pictures
and describing the car.
II. E. Sidles of Lincoln, general man
ager of the Nebraska Butck Automobile
company, was In Omaha yesterday.
Frank U. Smith, who has been In
charge of the automobile department of
the Minneapolis branch of tho Btudebaker
corporation and - formerly in- charge of
the K-M-F In Omaha, has bean appointed
assistant rules manager of the Btudebakor
concern at Detroit.
. C. M. King, cashier of the E-M-Fi here,
ha returned from a trip to the factories
, The Marion Automobile company re
ceived a carload of Marions last week.
The Columbia company soldllwo Max
well cart last week, one going to Weep
ing Water and the other' to Fairmont,
W. A. Hansen of Denver has accepted
the position of city - salesman for the
Goodyear Tire and Rubber company.
At a meeting of the board of directors
of, the Btudebaker corporation held in
New York City December 9, J. M. Btude
baker was elected chairman of the board
of directors and Frederick B. Fish wa
e'cted president In hjs place. Clement
btudebaker, Jr., was made first vice presi
dent and chairman of the executive com
mittee. A. K. Ersklne was selected treas
urer and Frederick P. Delaf ield special
counsel. Scott Brown was made general
counsel and secretary. J. N. . Ounn of
New York Was appointed general man
ager of the corporation for the purpose
of co-ordinating the administration of the
automobile division of the horse-drawn
vehicle divisions and the harness divisions
of the business. The other officers of tli
company remained as before.
Another member of ,the Flanders "80"
family has made Ha appearance at the
13-M-F Omaha company salesrooms. Jt
la. a fore-door roadster of the very latest
type and designed on lines which appeal
forcibly to that large class of motorists
who find a two-passenger car either a
business necessity or an every-day con
venience. In speaking of self starters, Guy Smith
said, "It Is strange that we never had
them before. Howard K. Coffin, designer
of the Hudson '33' was among the first
to appreciate the possibilities of an au
tomobile that could be started from the
driver's seat. He began an exhaustive
teat of the various self starters, when he
adapted the best one and announced it
to the world as regular equipment on
his Hudson 'ti.' Other manufactures
began a wild scramble to get In line.
Every day the list of cars with self
starters la growing. I dare aay that by
spring, 10 per cent of automobiles will
be so equipped."
The Powell Supply company la now
quartered .in one of the most beautiful,
unique and well lighted building along
Automobile Row. The company moved
Into Its new building at Twenty-first and
Farnam streets "yesterday. The furnish
ings ars all new and specially made for
the Powell company. The front section
cf tha room Is used for the show cases
for the supplies and as a salesroom. In
Omaha on Glidden Route
Br BAItXEY OI.OPItCLU.
A Strom" effort Is halnv maria In have
the 19U Ulldden tour routed from Mlnne-
poils to New Orleans. This would be
i great mistake. Of course, Minneapolis
hould tie the stnrtlns- nolnt nf the hlir
tour, and I am slad to note that there
seems to be but little opposition to the
selection or the Minnesota metropolis as
the Initial point of the Ulldden, but the
lesunauon should not be New Orleans,
have outlined mv Ideal roiita fi.r ihii
tour, taking In Winnipeg. Helena, Denver,
ivan-as city and Omaha. I have toured
n every section of the Cnlted "tates
nd am well Qualified to sneak nf Ihe
different sections. It would be almost
a crime to send the tour south of Mcm-
pnis. Tenn. The roads of Mississippi and
Louisiana are abominable and In many
nsiancea Impassible for an automobile.
The Glidden must no loneer ha i
an endurance contest. It will not live
unless It is continued as a social and
cood sportsmanship tour. It should not
conducted by the American ,Automo
blle association as an orsmilmtinrv hut
rather should bo turned over to some or
ganisation ilka the Minneapolis Automo
bile club for It to handle In conjunc
tion with the automobile clubs In the big
cities through which the tour passes.
But Canada should not ha left nr . h
Itinerary for any reason. To visit Win
nipeg would help cement the frlenrtlv
spirit of both the trade and the sport.
And above Oil. the lllld.lnn el.niil.l 1,A
divorced from the trade. If It Is not. the
Classic Will SOOn twrano hilt a marn a.t-
vertising stuHf for ono or two factories
Who appreciate the vast amount of ad
vertising to bo derived from rmtttiio- a
few expert drivers and factory cars into
a lour composed mainly of sportsmen who
are simply seeking a pleasant trip. En
tries from factories or selling agents
should tiot be permitted and no registered
racing driver should be allowed to com
pete in the tour. But by all means start
It at Minneapolis.
With the birth of the new year, motor
ists should get together and demand the
passage of a series of laws, many of
which should have been passed long ago,
for their mutual protection.
It la astonishing when one figures out
the amount of money Invested In auto
mobiles In the t'nlted States and Canada
and then considers the deplorable condi
tions which prevail in almost all states,
so far as the rights and protection of the
motorist Is concerned. It hardly seems
possible that so little progress has been
made In a national way, after hun
dreds of thousands of dollars have been
paid out by automobile owners for dues
In clubs and an association supposed to
look after tho legal and beneficial end
the Center of the building Is the private
office of Mr. Powell and the offices of
the employe, The back portion Is taken
up by the repair room and the shipping
department. The: front section being
partitioned off for the racks containing
the Republlo tlrea, of which a large slock
was received the last week. The "re
mainder of the basement is for the stor
age of the oils, paints and other smaller
Cuy-rl fimlth" has received his new
mpdel M, Franklin., Tbo model M. has
a six-cylinder, 30-horse power motor.
116-Inch wheel base'.: The hood and body'
l painted a rich, royal blue. The up
holstering Is of hand-buffed black leather..
The car Is a wonderful addition to an
already remarkable line, and Mr. Bmlth
Is proud of his new demonstrator. Bmlth
aya this Is the only real "little six" In
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber com
pany moved into Its new building at 2220
Farnam street lust week. The office
fixtures are all new and the defused
lighting syBtem In the building shows the
office off to great advantage. The front
of the building la ued for the office,
and the back part for the work room and
shipping department. The tires are kept
In the basement of the room.
.Rudolph BaeUrela has formed an F. A.
M- club In Philadelphia.
The two asslHtant chiefs of the fire
department at Reading, Pa., will prob
ably soon be equipped with motorcycles.
Miss Grace Penney of Dayton. O.. Is
n enthusiastic motorcyclist.
The Buffalo Motorcycle club has cele
brated Its second anniversary'.
The Jacksonville (Fie.) Motorcycle club
has adopted a resolution condemn'jig the
cut-out as unnecessary and annoying. It
win wora win oiner motorcycle emus or
tho district In obtaining the passage of
laws regulating this nuisance.
Two motorcycles used In the nollce de
partment at Indianapolis have aver
aged lirty miloa each per day for one
month, with a total- repair bill of IW
Dayton. O., motorcyclists are Dlanntna
a motorcycle show for February.
Bee Men Tender Cup
to Assistant Manager
Members of 'the disolay advertlalng
staff of The Bee tendered a farewell re
ception to J. W. Allan, assistant manager
of The Dee. last night at the Allan
apartments In the Colonial. Mr. Allan,
who has been with The Bee fur more
than a year, has resigned his , position
and will go to Washington, D. C, today
to become business manager of the Wash
ington Herald. . . .
A sterling silver loving cup, appropri
ately engraved, was presented Mr. Alan
as a token of the esteem In which he la
held by the men of the advertising staff
who have been under his direction. Suc
cessful in the Omaha fluid. Mr. Allan
goes to the larger city of Washington to
take charge of one of the leading Journals
of the south.
The position of advertising manager of
The Be will be fllted by G. W, Preston,
who for 'the last seven years has been
advertising manager of the Dululh News
Tribune, previous to that time Mr.
Preston was advertising manager of the
Detroit tMicn.) journal.
for a New Trial
Argument for a new trial are being
made before Judge W. II. Hunger by
attorneys for Ed Rothery, who was con
victed some time ago for re-using whis
Kothery fays that if Inferior liquor was
sold from his saloon In bonded bottles,
a colored porter discharged several
months ago Is responsible. He says that
he had an opportunity to settle the can
by paying a fine before It came to trial
but that as long as ha was not guilty
ha Intended to fight
of the sport."
Annual meetings, with tho attendant
banquet, are hell. The most brlllinnt
after-dinner spell-binder Is selected to
outline the plans for the coming year.
Much good has been begun during the
last year. All that Is needed to carry
out the plans is money. Radical Improve
ments are planned. All the evils which
pester and harass the automoblllst will
be swept away. Tho delegatea from the
out-of-town clubs are "salved over," and
probably they are placed on a long list
of vice presidents or boards of control
or something equally meaningless, then
they are sent home to hustle along the
back dues, which are so badly needed to
carry on the good work. Hut the back
dues being paid up tiring but little re
form. Things go along the samo way
till the annual meeting and banquet time
rolls around again.
With the combined financial and poll 1 1
cal strength of the automoblllsts of the
t'nlted Btates and Canada, Is there any
good reason why they should have to
beg for favorable laws and conditions?
Every automobile owner Is a taxpayer
and entitled to good road and other
things due the taxpayer. Why Is It that
after almost ten years of big automo
bile organizations In different Htates and
a big national body, that conditions uil
favorable to tho motorist have not been
bettered? The national organization sys
tem Is all wrong. A New York City
crowd controls the politics and policies
of the whole national association. Kxorbl
tant salaries are pakl officials who do
little for the good of tho motorlnt. The
national body (lacks Standing with the
state and national officials. The men In
actual charge of the organization are not
of sufficient caliber to meet the situa
tion. The national organization must be
changed Into an Individual membership
association if It is to live much longer.
DR. SUN APPOINTS CABINET
Tang Refuses to Become Member of
' Ministry of New Republic.
ABDICATION WILL COME SOON
impress Dowager and Child Km.
lieror Expected to , Renounce
. . rower 'Within lw Days and
Seelt Legation Quarter.'
SHANGHAI. Dec. 30. Dr. Kun Vat Sen.
after having received a definite report of
his election tn tha nreslitencv nf tlia ra.
public of China by the delegates of the
eighteen provinces in convention at Nan
king. ''Spent the afternoon hera in rlnan
oonferenca with his advisers.
There Is reason to believe tho personnel
t a cabinet Will be announced alninat
immediately and that It will be repre
sentative of all sections holding tha con
fidence of the people. Among those se
lected Is Chen Chin Tao. who has ac
cepted the portfolio of minister of
finance. . He came here with Tang Shao
Yl. the representative of Yuan Shi k'i
and previously had refused the post of
vice president ot the board of finance
In Yuan Bhl Kal'a cabinet. Ha la nm
active In tl)e- negotiation for a currency
loan.. , ' i . i
It I an open secret that Hun Vat Ran
offered the forelan ministry to Tn.
Bhao Yl, who declined to enter the first
caoinet. it Is believed, however, that
his name will be found on tha nm nava
of the history of the reorganization of
After the selection of the eahinet h
presidents proclamation will be issued.
i ma win outline the policy of the new
government, otter terms to the Manchus
for restoring order throughout the coun
try, encourage tha reopening of trade
everywhere, and guarantee the safety and
protection of foreigners. Within a day
or two President Bun will move to Nan-
King, where all offlolal business will be
Assurance Is a-lven that it is not tha
Intention of the reform leaders to urge
decentralization, but on the e.nntrnrv that
a strong central government ultimately
iu De lormea. une present govornment
Is practically a military dictatorship. and
there Is every evidence that Dr. Bun is
the most competent man avallubla to head
It. He appears absolutely In control of
all elements, from the radical students
to the conservatives. He also Is a central
figure in the secret societies In China,
whlth have a membership of 3O,Q00,OW.
The North China News, the leading
newspaper In China and hitherto a sup
porter of the Imperialists, atknowleriiraa
that Dr. Sun Is the present hope of China.
The newspaper accepts the republic and
concedes the abdication of the court
the practical close of the chapter of
imnese History or a new era with 1012.
Tho Associated Press has reason to be
lieve that within a short time the per
sonnel of ti prime movers for reform
In China ;wlll be completely changed
under President Bun. .
The peace conference being held here
between tjtae representatives of the Peking
government and the revolutionary party
today agreed that the form ot govern
ment ultimately 4o be adopted for China
should be decided by a national conven
tion, whose determination ahould be bind
ing on both parties, it also was agreed
that pending the decision of tha n.n.n.i
convention the Manc'hu government was
neither to accept nor to attempt to obtain
Another agreement reached la that .n
Mancau troops In the provinces of Bhan
Bl, Btien SI, Hu ' Peh, Nganhwel and
manaau snail evacuate their present po
sMqis and withdraw from them to t
dlstfnce of 100 tabOUt thlrtv.aav..
miU-s) within five days, beginning rrtfin
UeVelllber 21. The rennhllean
nitanwhlla, shall neither advance nor oe!
cfipy the places evacuated pending spe
cial arrangements to ba reached by mu
tual agreement. The Manchu troops are
lot to advance nor to attack the positions
t Khantung, held by the republicans, nor
shall the republican troops advance upon
nor capture new place.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
J New Hog Sheds to Be Built by the
I Stock Yards.
WATER WORKS ARE GREAT BOON j
Supply to onir from Thirty-Five
Wells k. Near the Missouri
Dltrr l)nRil at
Although the t'nlon stock ynrd .ha
f . ... . . a A . .. . 1... I I . r ... .i.a
number or improvements Completed, me
new year. It is understood, v.111 lj marked
by tho same policy of progress and Im
provement. Ist year the double decked sheep sheds
were completed at a cost of tlOP.ttt). In
tho near future new hog sheds. It Is
understood, will bo erected at a cost ap
proximately the equal of that spent on
the sheep sheds.
The now hog sheds will probably be
double decked and arranged with an eye
to the quickest und most convenient dls
position of tha hogs handled
d by the yarU
Added to the above Imi
new water work system Is neartng com
pletlon and will probably be ready for una
In the early part of tho year. The con
duits have been put In from the wells
at the river and O street to Thirty-third
and U streets, where the water will be
radiated to the different plants. It W
estimated that a flow of 14.Cti0.CO0 gall"Q
per day will l required to meet the
needs of the yard and the packing
The water for the maintenance of the
system will be obtained from about
thirty-five wells sunk nenr the banks of
the Missouri river and forced Into tha
conduits by a high power compressor.
It Is estimated that the Installation ot
the plant will be of particular benefit
to the ctock yards, which handles thou
sands ot cattle, each day. Stockmen
maintain that It will nve them many
thousand dollars. They assert thnt In
hot weather the old system was Inade
quate to their needs.
Ariuoar'a Men me In.
As a testimony d appieclatlun on tho
part of the company all the salesmen ot
Armour & Co, have been called Into the
city, where they will remain for several
days, making themselves comfortable on
a sort of holiday.
Pesldes the days of rest the salesmen
are to famlllarlxe themselves with the
newer methods and development of tho
packing' Industry. Tho plan of shoWmR
appreciation ' on , the part ot the house
for tho work done by the employes Is
part of a broad pulley that la growing
with the Armour people from year to
year. Only recently tho Armour com
pany created a 11,0HU, pension fund In
favor of their employes, A number of
South Omaha men will, It Is understood,
Samson Itelaearna ted.
The latest Is that Samson is reincar
nated In the person of Peter Zeblch, a
strong man, who will participate in the
gymnastic exerclsca to bo held Sunday
afternoon and evening at Btanek's hall,
Twentieth and Q street.
Zeblch claims that he was on 'earth
2,000 years ago In the person ot Samson
ot biblical fame.
Zeblch offers fSOO forfeit If two horses
can pull apart his folded arms.
Besides Zeblch Joe Sajatovlc, a Croatian
wrestler,' will take part In the program.
George Angelesko and John Polacek will
test thatr strength In a wrestling bout.
Kntlth Ilusy on Itelrasr.
William Smith Is so popular with ho
police authorities that the bluecoats are
reluctant to part with htm even after
a three-months' stay In the County JIU
Smith was released yesterday morning
and without delay was rearrested .by Of
ficer Joseph Dlahk on suspicion of having
passed a number ot worthless check on
South Omaha saloon men. '
All during the day local saloonlsta vis
ited the Jail precinct for the purpose of
Identifying the prisoner as the man who
gave thetn worthies paper for good
money. According to their story, Smith,
who Is well connected In Sarpy county,
would flash a check on slightest provoca
tion. Becuuse they knew the man as
belonging to good people the saloon men
made no doubt about cashing tho paper.
Tho result Is that Smith Is said to have
secured over 0Q by the painless method.
Verk' of Prayer.
Beginning with January 7 the Protes
tant "churches ot the city will begin the
regular ' week ot prayer, tho service be
ing divided amoug the various churches
of the city.
January 7, at the Baptist church, Rev.
William A. Pollock will preach on "The
Kingdom' Ceaseless Advance."
On January 8 Rev. C, T. Ill-ley will
preach in the United Presbyterian church
on "Personal Faithfulness."
Rev. Dr. Jl. I... Wheelor will speak at
the You,ng Men's Christian assocla.'f.in
building on January 9. Ills subject will
be: "The Church of Carlst."
Rev. 8. II. Yeraln, at the Presbyterian
church, will discourse about "Foreign
Missions" on January 10.
"Hume Missions" will be the subject
at the Lutheran church on January 11.
Rev. J. M. Bothwell will be the speaker.
The program will close at tho Lutheran
ohurch on January 12. Rev. K. A. Bag-
shaw will address the united congrega
tions on "interests Domestlo and Edu
cation." lharru Services.
West Side Methodist church. Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m. Preaching nt 8 30.
Defler Memorial church. Bible school
at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11. Epworlh
league at 7 p. m.
Sunday achool at St. Fdward's Mission
at 9:90 a. m. and at St. Clement's, Sun
day school at 3:30 l. in.
Dr. Bothwell will have charge of the
watch night services at Baptist church
at 10 n. m. New Year's eve.
West Side Missions, Forty-third and K
streets. Sunday school will meet at
p. m. Bible school at Brown 1'ark Mis
sions will be at 9:46 a. in.
At 10 p. in.. Rev. J. M. Bothwell will
hold a watch night services. Tim mem
bers of the Methodist congregation will
unit in the evening services.
St. Luke's Lutheran church. Twentv.
fifth and K streets, Rev. 8. H. Verlou,
pastor. Bunaay scnooi ui ;4( a. in.
Church service at 11 o'clock. Cutechlcal
class at & p. m.
First Christian church. Twenty-third
and 1 street. Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Dr. J. A. iieai m ot Lincoln win nave
charge or the service at U and again
at 7:30 in me evening.
The First Methodist church. Twentv.
fourth and M streets. In Odd Fellow'
hall. Rev. J. M. Bothwell, pastor. Ulble
study at 9:46 a. ni. Preaching at 11 by
the pastor. Kpworth league at Brass'
chapel at Brans' chapel at 11:30 p. m.
Saint Martin church, Twenty-fourth
and J streets. Rev. Alfred O. White,
rector. Holy communion, I a. m. Sunday
school, 10 a. m. Morning prayer, litany
and sermon by the n-otor, "1'he Time,
the Theme and the Iesaon." 11 a. in.
F.venlng prayer and sermun 7.30 p. m.
Topic, "Tha Iok Around Parable."
Sabbath morning, December 31 at the
church, rorner of Twenty-third and J
streets, the Bible school will convene
at :6- Pastor's New Year's addres m
11 o'clock. Topic. "The New Turn In
IJfe's Kuad." Kndeavor service In churg
of Preeliieut Charles Burke. An evening
of song and praise at 7:30 with a brief
addruas from the pastor.
First Baptist rhurch. Twenty-fifth and
II streets. Hiv. ('. T. Ilsley, pustm'. Bible
school will meet at 9:45 a. in. Morning
worship at U o'clock. The paatoi's sub-
im-t will t,, "Numbering Our Ixiya."
evening worship at 1 ' t. m. The sub
ject vt the trmoa will be, "A hit Wall
Omaha Gets New Branch
Mouse for Goodyear Tires
At 2212 Farnam Street
Wo have opened at now branch store at this address. Here
after this will bo the headquarters in this vicinity for enthusiasts
on Goodyear Tiros. Here wo carry a full stock of Goodyear Tires
and accessories. Hero we render Goodyear Service
Tho same service-tho same considerate treatment, help and
advice you would receive were you to go right to our factory.
Goodyear Non-Skid Tires Goodyear
those wonderful white tire that do away with
skidding. Tho treads are covered with Ulocki,
set at an. angle, that grip the road, preventing
everything but forward motion. Out latest in
vention. The moat rfritliMit device against skid
ding ever devlsei for' a tire. A mighty reslster
V Service in
Goodyear No-Rim-Cut Tires
forever do'fcyvay with rlui-tutttng. Tliee that are
10 overrlze, to Tarry over-londs without over
strain. They cut tire bllla
The demand for tese
tires is enormous, having
multiplied six times oVer
in tho last two years, dver.
800.000 already sold and
40,000 more sold monthly.'
i. . j
Goodyear Clincher Tires
that give you the boiled down benefits ot 13
years' experience in tire perfecting. Durable
and puncture proof to a degree surpassed by no
other tire manufacturer.
Long-Distanco Electric Tires
The Goodyear-Motz fires
The ideal tires , for electrics. One a durable,
easy-ruunlnff pneumatic, the other a .puncture
proof cushion tire of amazing resiliency.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Pleasing to nod." Ttnptlst Toung Teople's
union met'tn at 8:30 p. m.
The United I'reHtiytrrlan church, Twen
tythlrd. and U atreeta. Itev. W. A.
l'ollin k, pHNtor. Ulble achuol at 0:45 a.
in. Keguliir preachlnK at 11 o'clock, and
also at 7:HO it. m., by Kov. H. II. Splrr
of the Ontrul United Pr'byt(brlan church
In Oninha. yotniK t'eopie s Lnrituian
mi on at 6:80. Subject. "Thlnas I Want
to Lo Hetter Next year." Iader Mine
Kokoal Men Feast
and Talk Business
An elaborate banquet was given by the
Kokoal order lnnt evening at tha I'axton
hotel. The affair was a marked aticcena.
Aft.T the feast M. Hull of Chicago, Im
prrlal Modoc, made a ihort a (Id rem oi,
the doctrine of the order.
"We believe In a Kjuare deal," he ald,
because thla la the dix:tr1ne on which
this order was founded. Our cutomerr
always receive fair treatment at ou.
hands and we expect thla kind ot treat
ment from thoKo of whom we buy. We
firmly believe in rccognlsslng tho right
of all .tranche of the coul Industry, be
cause liur IntereHta are mutual, and we
promote and cultivate honorable dealing
and fclrict Integrity In all buvlneaa trans
actions. Our policy la to practice fairnean
at all times, and to dfr our utmoHt to en
courage honorable business dealings,
atrlct Integrity and tha sciimre deal In all
transaction among tho various branches
of the coal Industry, In acoordanre with
the- fundamental principles and precepts
of the order."
The organisation Is composed ot all tho
coal dealers of Omaha, Koirth Omaha ariu
Council Bluffs, and a No of u large num
ber of tho companies throughout the
state. It extends over the country and
Is one of the largest of Its kind In ttu
Tho banquets are given tvery thicu
months that the dealers may get together
and foster a friendly and brotherly spirit.
The banquet last evening was attended
by about 3U0 dealers, nearly every com
pany ill tho three cities being represented.
A clans of seventeen wus initiated lul
evening. TIki iiuw members ure. liojal
i. Miller,- ir, H. Donobo, V. V. John
son, Samuel W. Reynolds, C. K. YVagui"
Kugene Duval, II. (1. Unwell, A. K. Hobbi,
K. II, Rothert, M. N. Houlo. tleorge T.
Howell, Ueoree M. Kutriken, A. II. (lood
ell, Glen C. Wharton and II. Atidrcusun.
GRANTED BY POLICE BOARD
6f ,eiity-nl. additional liquor licenses,
granted by the Uuard of Kite and I'ullce
Commissioners, were announced by three
members who met lust night. Among
thoHe granu-d w-re five against which
remonstrances had been filed and hear
ing had on tha character ot the proprie
tors. These w-re:
Henry Pollock, 12i North Fifteenth.
Henry C. Kami, 13S Karnam.
lxmis lo!diiillh, Satll Capitol avenue.
Kmil Hansen, Chicago.
L. C. Wroth, 1110 Far mini.
In granting the license the members
of the board explained that the protests
were overruled on the ground that suffi
cient evidence had not been ifft-red to
prove the proprietors Improper persona tj
. Three licenses had been held up on
technicalities, a question having been
raised of the legality of tho bund. sub-
Tires and Accessories
Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb. ;: ,
' ; ' ' ' ' . .
Nebraska BuicK Auto. Company.
Xilnnola Branch, 13th ant 9 St. at.
fciaooia Branca, ffmlt sjraaoh.
4S J&Zr rm sTV 4
Bargains for Women
Special barg-ains for women will be announced in ad
vertisements by Omalut merchants in The Bee Motday
morning. There will be no evening issue of The Bee, but
the morning paper will be delivered to all subscribers.
The Monduy Bee will have bargain announcements of
interest to every woman in Omaha.
milled, but after examining closer the
board found the bonds legally executed
and granted the licenses. Tha licenses so
held up were:
K U. Tope, 1202 South Twentieth street.
Thomas J. Hart, IWl-WA las.
Carl Fur Ui. 717 Houtli Sixteenth street.
As a quorum of the board waa not pres
ent no business was transacted. No
jscUuu has jet besu taken ou the appli
that hold all world's records' for speed and
endurance. Five different types a tire for
every road condition.
Goodyear Bicycle Tires
Goodyear Carriage Tires
Goodyear Motor Truck Tires
Goodyear Air Dottles
All Goodyear Accessories
Everything needed by
a motorist It Included la
this great line the things
that nihan a saving of
time and trouble and ex
pense.' - '
Everything the best
of it a' kind. Fully de
scribed In books or by 'courteous attendants who
will .welcome your .visit. ,, .. .
Two kinds of service are yours: : The serv
ice of Goodyear .Tires' and Accessories; the
service of , Manufacturers who hold themselves
responsible for your satisfaction after you have
made your put-chase.' , ...
. We cordially invite' you, to come and see us,
if only to aee ,whst this branch and this aervice
la going to mean to motorists.
FREELAKD ADTO CO., 1122-24 Farnam Street'
BIDIKS. Osn'l axg '
ma-Ia-U fantasa . SCT KtTTT,
- 64 Farnam St, Omaha..
Ualhcc Automobile Ce,
2203 Farnam Gtreet
Overland and Peps
CobboU Bluffs la
1102 Farnam St.
OHIO ELECTRICS -s;-,
Marlon Auto Company.
c. w. Mcdonald. Mgr.
2101.2103 Farnam SU-
JOHN DEtKE PLOiV COMPANY.
Salesroom Cor. Tenth and Howard StsT
GUY L STwlIT H
22015-2207 Farnam Street
cation of Wick & Moore, through Alvlnf
Wick, Jr.,. for a license. J. J. Mahouey.j
who has protested against Issuing an
other license to thla firm, was present
last night and declared , that If It ai
granted , he would appeal to the courts
"lu behalf of the people of. Omaha."
1'ernUttnt Advti t lain to tbs Uuad ' to
Big Iteturii. '