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' The Hudson "Twenty" is big in design. In looks, in
material, in performance, in general all 'round value.
The only thing small about it in the price.
It has a ioo-inch wheel base, 33-inch wheels of the
itrong artillery type, large radiator, big hood, staunch,
clean made frame.
It is a roo-ny car. Onj can ride all day in it without
(eeling cramped. Any more room would simply be
waste of space. Its strong three-quarter elliptic springs
ind long wheel base take away all ordinary shocks of
the lad. It cradles its passengers over the rough places.
The Men Responsible for the Hudson
Achievement of 1909
7. T- Hnom,rint Mr. Hudaon Is ownir of th blfteat
ffvtall dry good ator in iwtoit Mv J, lari ovmf of ltnit ml '. kl
la Ttrv-praafaVnt th Din &'!' Bmi and director at th A ao Ki
cbanf Nalloul Bank. L a ric..kc4 tm a Iadln4. Bsaarra.Uf buMOaaa Baaa
Ml Kpitallal of IXtrUt.
lift Olualaaara, Tlo-rrUnt Mr. Chalmera U president of
Thi CbaTnatra.Utrt Motor Cuainr. Haor fturiBg 1r lniraat In a irtmit
Mr4or Copi.r and vjahinf th aim Cfcatantrt-PoboH. b wa for many rar nc
tailcTit and ontral aanatr tk Nattond Cah Ra1atr Com pa a r af Oartoa.
kV B. jaakaoa, Trwauar am CrcaaraU Mnfr Mr. Jackaea
Pa rocbjuri t)giur( tia a grtduat f tai na-iuncg 6a f Lmn t of tJa
nircraltf of Mlrhtan. H waa factorf manaar of thr Olria alolor Worlu froaa
1M3 t 19ifT. and aaa aad other rtry vaiuabl autoraobtl aprBri)c,
K. B. Chaplm, or)taii7 Mr. Chaptn la treasurer and canaraj
taaaavr of tb CbalaMra-ociwit Motor Oompanr. rila njwrloac Id la uioan.
til buatnaaa rorara a ponod oi asaar yaara, ai wu lonarrLy aalaa aiaingai fat
Ua Olda Motor Work.
Oao. W. Soakaun, CUaf Bnrlnaar aad Snlnt
ilrd rrialnnna al jrarthaaora aud Kanton Collra. Ho a
th Amr1rn Motor CarrUa Compaa
tarrara aaaoclatad with I bo Olda Motor Work ta a draining capacity. Ha waa
cfctrf ngli.r of tha Olua Motor Worka froaa aarlT la 107 onrll faarrb !at. laow.
X. a. OeaTla, SCBar af Boaral
rrraidoat of tb ChalwaM-uotroit Motor Coanpany. X ;r la probablv po auumio
II nainar bo iiov a .ot-r aubnfantlal rrputat.'OD tban Ur. Coffta. Ua baa
bran daairnlng aurroasfnl can for roara. AJBoag tbna lb Oldaawktla aaa ta
Cbalnrra LMtrolt "Fortjr" and "Thirty. "
ALL DEALERS HAVE NEWCAKS
Demonstrators Are Kept Busy Show
in Their latest Models.
BUSY WEEX ON AUTO BOW
Visitors Are Reavdr Harare aad
Praters Bajor a Baay Week
Darlatv the Caralval of
Lut Tea Day a.
Omaha dealers In automobiles are up-to-the-minute
In aocurlng cars and there la
not ay dealer along tha entire automobile
roufHo haa not a full line of 1810 cars.
As soon as the manufacturers had their
next years cars designed Omaha dealers
had In their orders and aa soon aa the
cars were ready for shipment Omaha deal
ers had In the ordera and received con
signments as early as any dealers In the
entire country. Travelera are amazed at
the splendid assortment of new cars which
are seen on the streets of Omaha.
When President Taft visited Omaha a
soor of automobiles were needed to trans
port him and his party around the city.
Not a car was used except It was a next
year's model and the procession was surely
an Imposing one with Us fine array of most
modern benilne buggies. During th en
tire hurried trip not an accident of any
kind bappnd to mar the perfection of
toe arrangements. Nur waa th parade
slow one. While C. H. Plckena, presi
dent of the board of governors, urred Otto
Neat man. the presidential chauffeur for
the day, to drive more slowly. Captain
Butt, the presidential aide, kept urging
him to go faster. The result was that
some fast spurts were) made on parts of
Mora and mor each year the Impor
tance of Omaha as an automobile jobbing
center I becoming apparent. The boun
teous crops .of the farm are giving thou
sands of reatilenta of the farm and smaller
towns plenty of funds with which to buy
automobiles and they are coming to Omaha
to buy them. They have long since found
that It is much more convenient to buy
from a dealer who Is near at band and
who may quickly provide any needed re
pairs. Many dealers In Omaha tnake little ef
fort to sell to the city trait, having cars
espclalty constructed for the country
roads. These- have more clearances than
most tofwn cars berauea they are built to
run or country roads which are often
washevf and worn by wear.
Implement dealers In Omaha wer forced
by the necessity nf things to bresk Into
the automobile game. There are thirty
two of thrse houses and moat of them
Job automobiles. This makes Omaha by
Tar the biggest Jobbing center west of
Chicago. The number of machine some
of these dealers stl u something enor
mous. It was learned that one dealer
old over 400 cars of one mske laat year
and then was not able to hold the agency
of th car. whk-h was given to another
TAt present there are over SO automobiles
a us In Omaha, and the number Is In
creasing each week. With nearly forty
local dealers selling cars It Is natural the
number should Increase fast. With his
Increasing number of local uaars by far
g largest number of sales are mad to
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The Hudson. Achievement of 1609
Ha aaa ehlof racUioar af
frran ttul t 1904. la th attr oar ba
of Biraotora Mr. Coffin la rtea-
IFiPOdlipfiDMsoira Aiuito Co
buyera from out In tha state. Each day
demonatratora may ba aeen showing cars
to the buyera from tha smaller towns.
Last week was a banner one for tha
dealers &a the city waa full of buyers and
quite a number took advantage of the
railroads to drive their cars home.
FRITZ D0ENUTZ GETS IN
THE BUZZ BUGGY GAME
Oa of Fredrlcksoa Friends Writes
to Htm Concerning; the
On of H. E. Fredrick-son's country
friends writes Mm as follows: -
ALFALFA. Neb.. Sept. . Freedrlxsons
Oddomoblles Co., Omaha Chendelniens:
My vtfe has her mlndt mate up In my head
bedder hadt vee bodt us an oddomoblles vlch
is nod eating up corns so mutch like all the
times vas the horse. Our Mr. Schmidt na
bora vlch lives In the sthreet oposites across
me vsv waa being ilka he couldent Keep
It tickled because he bodt an oddomoblles
from you insteadt of having any more his
horse left undl lie spoke to mo I vouldt be
enjoymends more aim with oddomoblles
unsildt of horses. My Sons Rudolph vlch
is a big boys for his agea haa goodt al
reatty opinions how he can learn to run
dh.e oddomoblles vlch makes his modder
noUt to be afraid or vorrylnif shall ve huf
our necks brok when the machines goes
down sits up In th ditches vlch Hudolph
vlll nndt happens to let her do because he
Is nod excltedments In his head vhere he
stays cool and knows vhat.all the times to
do before he has been realty to do It. Mr.
Schmidts put my headt In notions and shall
rite you to tell me all I know aboudt oddo
moblles before I make my mlndt down to
bodt m my vlfe one as soon aa ammeat
Idely because she couldend valt without one
Ion till It comes. I will bleass now in
quiring some questions In th first places
do you take In horses with some boots If
I vas sentlng me your orders for an oddo
moblles and also some money along in cash
beslUs vhat the horse vasnt worth between
him and the oddomoblles undt If vnn ii,t
took the horse in how mutch money does
sne neei 10 oring Desue niseir.
Thoae hose vlch vants to went with vou
vie are vory sorroy fulls to lo.-e with film
vhen vee are parted avay togedder because
the horse vah.1t vee hadt belonging to ua
vas so schmarts he knows vhadt you spoks
him olmosdt before you said him the
wordts. Tndt the horse Is neldther nodt
oldt yet like he vlll be. His teeth Is look
ing he Is nodt coins on yed over tsn. 1'ndt
he is Chendleness like he vsnts to be a
lamb. L'ndt did nodt care vhadt vent on
to b afruld or ha vas nodt achared ta mn
svay but twka In his lifes. L'ndt vhen it
aioes to puiung ne vas sthrong like he vas
a mule attain, t'ndt he la na swift runlnor
Jack Rabbits Is achamedt to went also
'"i to noat keep up vhen he goes vhadt
vas his best.
Vhen you llssen your addentlons goodt
whndt I apokn all of the horse aboudt. you
wl'l keep nodt from seeing he is Consid
erabols worth more money than vhadt vnn
never hadt ideas of. t'ndt therefours vee
have our certainly feelings you will neet
podt mutch boots between the oddomlblles
undt the horses down In retty money.
Vhen you receipt this letters blease in.
r your reniya t.eror possible so no
times neets to be vested avay. Ve vant our
oddomoblles hear to got Uswdt to Rudolphs
vhlle the veathtr vas behaving himself be
fore It snows.
Vhadt at I ii t of oddomoblles oudt hear vas
the best to s:hooj in the Countrys. Som
botty tolt me nodt fsr ago back I shall do
veil with no mistakes to buv von or them
n.-trolt-Jaliners car vich did not stuc
hlmoelf in In hill vhen be vunts to go id
Impelleve oursefs vee are Interesting In
thosa J aimers car more aa vee vas nodt In
the udders andt you bleass may sent rne
over brtcca ammediatel v as boasiMe laid
up on tha Cars In Alfalfay. l'ndt dont
make soma failures to staje exactness vadt
alounces tha horse I coming to between
the oddomoblles before the deals in veil
overs: oo.it betaeen ua
Anodder things vlch Pchmldts aalt to haf
my barticulars or wlthoudt failures vhsn
the sal was going off sura to make you
sent along magnet;) vithoudt also adding
th pric to her beeltes vhat the cars aJ
reattv cost ma before ah vas nodt in
cluiej. 1 think a veak vhen she Is by Ru
dolphs h haa no snorter ua for her to
show him tbail he aows pwordr sdt
of a Big
Kara Is a ear that satlaflea tb tasta for beauty tha beauty
that enhance aerrlc. It la big-and racy-looking. Not th grace
ful line th sweep of th fender and th fram. There I no
ear with btter lines. Judged by erery mechanical and engineer
ing standard thla car la thoroughly up-to-date without embodying
any experimental feature.
Th Hudson "Twenty" I th flrt low-priced car which em
bodies all th best feature of th standard high-priced machines.
Wonderful SaUt Record
FIt day ftr the Hudson Twenty" was announced to th
trad, dealer aaked for 1,462 car by wire. Th entlr year's out'
put was contracted by dealer before th factory had a domon
atrator ready. Thla la overwhelming evidence of what experts
thought of th Hudaon "Twenty". ,Thea car wer bought by
dealer men who know men who must Invest their money and
reputation In them. These dealer knw that for th 11 ret time a
car on which they could stak thatr reputation as judge otvalu
was being built to sell for leas tban $1.000.00 a car free from
every objection heretofore raised against care sailing at or near
th price. They knew that th Integrity and reputation of th
personnel of th Hudaon Motor Car Company was such as to back
up every claim mad for th car.
Selective, Sliding Gear Transmiaion
Th Hudson "Twenty" baa a sliding gear transmission, eel set
fv type, three speeds forward and reverse, such as you find en
th Packard, Peerless, Pierce, Losler and other hlgh-grad car.
Moot other low-priced cars do not hav this typ of transmission.
Annie how by those times undt she can
cum avay back to Omaha aboudt thla May
ve vould vandt nodding outside of nice
girls to go where Rudolph Is being aa he
dldent yet be a bat boya in his headt.
Blease be klntnesa to led us have the re
turn males by your ansers so no delays
vich took his plaeea couldt happen andt
also vhen you nave, him sent along again
a catlogs desrhlblngs vhat all you know
so mutoh of those Jalmers being yust so
bedder then oddar ears vich vera nodt In
It by the sites or the Jalmers.
Trusting you vers veil also like ve vere
I am remaining here yours trullle yet
' FRITZ LMJKNUTZ.
K. 8. vlll you cive bleasa along your
garrandles those oddomoblles runs goodt
wlthoudt aome damages habbenlngs vldth
axxiaenoe like t-ijlns sent me along vlth
vatcnes so vee can be as on the save altea
vhere no chances Is took.
(Continued front Page Six.)
manager and F. J. Knott, formerly with
the Chicago, Burlington and Qutncy rail
way. Is secretary. The company has about
completed arrangements for a new garage
and show room on Farnam street, where
they will exhibit the 1910 cars, which they
are showing on fJInteenth street
W. S. Hathoway, district manager for
th Maxwell, la expected In Omaha this
week. Mr. Hathoway la regarded as
one of the best automobile managers In
Missouri. The new home of the Maxwell,
on Farnam, will be completed about Decem
The Cole 80, Introduced In Omaha by the
Mid-West Automobile company. with
offices In the commercial college building,
Is a very much admired car and one of
power and endurance.
The E. M. F. "Studebaker Is one of the
prettiest care on Farnam street. It Is trim
and graceful, besides powerful, with ample
speed. This car celebrated Itself In the
Glldden tour and Is sustaining Itself ad
mirably. The Carter car brought Into this market
by the Omaha Motor Car company with
offices at 1117 Farnam street. Is attracting
a great deal of attention. It la the only
friction transmission car In this market
and haa some remarkable hill climbs to Its
credit In Omaha.
Man He Sends Up
Sutton Tells Mike Hedrick a Short
Short Term in Penitentiary
Will Do Him Good.
'judge Sutton gave Mike Ilendrick two
years for robbery and then congratulated
him that the aentenca was not heavier.
"The penitentiary will not'said the court,
"be a bad place for you to stay a time In,
The prisoner waa up Id district court
for breaking and entering a box car from
which tha only booty he secured waa a
peck of crab apple. Soma time ago he
was tried for a similar offensa and a Jury
managed to find htm guilty of only petty
larceny. The court then gave him the
most It could and perhaps thought that
another day would come.
The day did ouul,- .
oak S X.
TTTE OMATIA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER
Twenty is not an Imitation
Car It is
TIMELY REAL ESTATE GOSSIP
Park Board Plans for Links Connect
ing' All Public Areas of City.
VALUES OF C0BNEPS IN DISPUTE
Some Dealers Assert $3,500 Per Front
Foot' la Far Too Low aad Point to
Aetaal Bale la Proof of
Soma days ago two member of the
Board of Fark Commissioners appeared
before the Real Estate exchange In re
sponse to an Invitation to tell about the
proposed 150.000 bond Issue and to enlighten
the exchange and the publlo generally as
to the plana and hopes of the board with
regard to what may be expected here In
Omaha In the matter of boulevards.
Unfortunately the exchange, after list
ening o Messrs. Cornish and Berryman.
decided to aettle the street car strike and,
tn the excitement, the words of the visitors
became more or leas forgotten by those
present. The situation, as unfolded, was
substantially a follows:
The Immediate Important need Is the
finishing of connections between the parks
and tha permanent paving of these boule
vards. The leaving of graded but unpaved
and unguttered roads Is not only bad so
far as dust and dirt are concerned, but it
la also a waste of money. So far aa the
park board Is concerned, and with the ap
proval of practically every one. It Is pur
posed to finish thla work at once.
The boulevard from Rivervlew park
from South Eleventh street to Bancroft
street is finished, and likewise from Ban
croft t Eighth street. All this 1 graded,
macadamed and guttered.
On the boulevard from Hanacom park the
work la done to Twenty-aeventh. and Burt,
and must be completed from Burt to Cum
ing street. It will Involve the filling of a
deep hole as well as paving. It la contem
plated to take over territory from Burt and
Twenty-seventh to Nineteenth to connect
with the boulevard there. The pavement
Is partially completed on thla stretch.
The line of boulevard running north from
Bemia park to connect with Fontanelle
park la now under way. There a boulevard
must run northeast to connect with Miller
park and from Miller south to Carter. Tha
first will skirt Fort Omaha.
Elmwood park, lying far to the west as
it does. Is to be linked to Fontanelle by a
boulevard, the ground for which will be
practically all donated and placed on
grade. Th gift will chiefly be by George
c Co., who have large holdings out thla
A lick approaching Elmwood from the
other side will run from the Field club
and part of the way here will also be
It la perhaps well to re-emphaalse the
fact that the plana of the park board will
give Omaha not only a completed central
boulevard system, but an ouur boulevard
forming a sort of bell line.
Real estate dealers and owners are most
enthusiastic over the plans and only wish
that more than could be appropri
ated. Tbe Ra4 KstsUa excUaug will work
tap. rt 0 Uf temk. 4nk
a Big Car
Foot Cylinder Motor
Th motor I vertical, four cylinder, four cycle, water cooled,
known as the Renault type, & In. bore, and 4V4 in. stroke. And
Renault motor are the prid of Franc.
Single Piece l-Beam Axle
Th front axle Is a one-piece drop-forged I-beam section, of
th best grade of open hearth steel, carefully heat treated. Tb
Peerless, Pierce, Matheaon. Lottar and ether high-grade cars us
drop-forged front axles. Th rear axle is of th semi-floating
type, shaft driven, proved out by a score of makers.
Three-Quarter Elliptic Rear Springe
There Is mor rak to tha steering post than is found oa
th average car.
Tb springs are of special steel, seml-elllptlc in front, and
three-quarter elliptic In th rear, such as you find In tb Renault,
Chalmers-Detroit, Plerc and others. ,
Lubrication la of th pump circulated, constant splash y
tem, which hss proved so satisfactory on th Oldsmobll. Chal
. mers-Detroit, and other highly successful cars.
Th tires are 82x3 Ins. In front and 32z3H Ins. In the rear.
Th crank shaft has a tensile strength of 100,000 pounds; tb
clutch Is leather faced, con typ; th clearance 1 12!ri Inches
nnder the steering knuckles.
with other Omahans to get the next legis
lature to modify the existing situation.
Publication of figures showing the best
values of real estate for various purposes
In Omaha has caused a discussion as to
what the limit really Is on good corners In
the retail district. An estimate that will
be fairly accurate Is hard to make for the
reason that vaJues are partly speculative,
partly competitive and to some extent de
pendent on Just what the buyer has In
view when he buys the lot.
"The limit of $3,500 a front foot for the
best corner In the retail district Is too
low," said a real estate man. "I hare In
mind one corner lot with a frontage of
sixty-two feet for which 1328,000 was re
fused. This is almost 15,000 a front foot
and the property could not be touched to
day for that amount. I know of other In
stances In which property ownera have de
manded as high as 17,000 a foot for their
holdings. The schedule at least on retail
district property ought to be revised up
ward." George B. Christie of New Orleans has
recently sold through Harrison St Morton
his lot on Twentieth, between Harney' and
Farnam, for 113.000. The lot la an example
of vlclaeltudes of real estate In a growing
city. While most of the property In the
neighborhood has been going steadily up
In value this particular piece of property
has taken the opposite course. In boom
times It wa held st about $15 000 and with
the building over $25,000 has been Invested
on It. Howard Spear, who bought It, will
hold It as an Investment. It now con
tains a building with three stores and three
Garvin Bro. have Just purchased a 130
acre farm near Brlgga station which will
be cut up Into five and ten-acre tracts for
sale to prospective fruit growers. The
land Is about two miles from ths end of
the Florence car line on a paved road lead
Ing Into the city. Tha general movement
toward the suburbs haa caused a lively
demand to spring up for small tracts
adjacent to the city which can be put Into
fruit or market gardens.
MRS. PAUL FILES HER ANSWER
Comes Back at ta Banker with De
nial and a Plea for Divorce
oa Ora Account.
Mrs. Nellie S. Paul has filed a cross-bill
for a divorce from John H. Paul of Flor
ence. Mra. Paul also filed an answer to
ber husband' charges In hla divorce peti
tion. The answer and cross bill were Immedi
ately withdrawn from the office of the
district clerk of the court. A general
denial la entered to Paul's charges and
Mrs. Paul makes some on her own account
John 8. Paul, formerly a banker at
Florence and one of Its best known clt-
lsens, applied for a divorce aoma months
ago. His petition charged that Mra. Paul
waa guilty of cruelty In divers wsya, de
clared the 'town far too slow" for her,
dressed In men's clothing on one occasion
and on another took part In a rough-and-tumble
wrestling match with a man at
the house of a neighbor.
Dyaaailte Wroclta BallSlngs
a completely as cough and colds wreck
lungs. Cure them quick with Lr. King's
New Discovery, tuc aad XvU Sold by
BaatoB Irutf Co
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Achievement of 1909
A Licensed Car
The "Twenty" has been recognized by the Association of Li
censed Automobile Manufacturers. It is th only tour cylinder
Ucened car selling for less than $1,000.
The Hudson "Twenty ' la making good In use. Dealer and
private owners hsve been using them for two months and they
are giving entlr satisfaction.
Won Twenty-Four-Hour Race
On September tenth st th Alaska-Yukon ITxposttlon th
"Twenty" won th 24 hour race open to all types of cars. It
covered 70S miles In eighteen actual running hour (5H hour
being lost through tlr trouble) and defeated th neareat com
petitor by nearly 100 mllea.
Tb Hudson was th lowest priced car In the race and bested
some cars costing five times as much.
Mr. Dunham, our designer, drove a "Twenty" from Indianap
olis, Ind.. to Detroit via Dayton, Ohio, and Toledo a distance of
882 miles In seventeen hours of elapsed time, leaving Indian
apolis at a- rri.. reaching Detroit at 9 p. m. the same day.
And he did It without replenishing water, ell or gasoline.
These are endurance tests. They tried the car to the utmost
Yet no weakness has developed.
We have an allotment of so many cars. When we sell that
number we csn get no more thla year. Yon ahould see thla car
at one and If posslbl plac your order for future delivery.
Please mall th coupon now ao wa can send a catalog.
Hudaun Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. O. B.
Gentlemen? Pleas send me catalog and complete specifi
cations of the Hudson "Twenty."
City.... State a
2044-46-48 Farnam Street
POLITICS FOLLOWS TIIE KING
Campaign Will Mount Bostrum, Now
that Festival is Over.
BOTH PASTIES GETTING BEADY
Pete Roland's Hefaaal to Withdraw
Takes Some Interest Oat of the
Democratic Side of the
Both republican and democratic com
mittees have been at ease bending the ad
journment of the big show In the Ak-Sar-Ben
tent, but will no get busy.
Headquarters will be opened Monday by
tha republican county committee In the
Patterson block, occupying the rooms of
the Central Republican club. Chairman
Learned and Secretary Waring - will start
their work by conferences with the active
workera in the various wards and plans will
be laid for getting the missing voters onto
the registration books on Saturday, October
23, the last day of registration.
A meeting of ths democratic executive
committee of the county committee, In ses
sion this afternoon, marks the beginning
uf the active work of tha fall campaign.
Despite the fact that a county campaign
Is pending, with election day only three
weeks off, little excitement Is found among
the political workers. This would not have
been true, on the democratic side, at least,
If the move to gel Pete Boland off the demo
cratic ticket had been successful. Since
that effort failed, however, even the most
enthusiastic democrats have lost a lot of
their early Interest.
Torn Flyaa I'nlucky.
'Tom Flynn I the r-si umucsy man
I know iu politics," said a democratic
city officeholder. "There was a good chance
for him wbtn John Powers lnsimsd on a
third term, but lie was sidetracked. This
time we tried our very beat to get him
In tha game, without euccesa, and with
Boland, a street car company employe, on
the democratic ticket, and Ted Morrow, a
treet car conductor on the suclallKt ticket,
lii alley is bound to win. And It must be
admitted that, barring a few complaints,
Bralley bss handled a bad situation In good
That this last statement Is trus Is borne
out by the fact the President Ford and
other leaders of the Central Labor union
are now admitting that they have no great
kick coming on the sheriff. By the repub
lican leaders he Is today regarded aa
one of the surest men on the republican
ticket, and with apparent good reason,
since Morrow is bound to get Sail tha dis
affected democrats, and the sheriff will
get many a vote from thoae who do not
take kindly to the criticisms that are
being handed Mayor Jim by the radicals.
They resent all flings at Dahtman as
high treason to the new democracy, which
is hoping to carry the state with Mayor
I.obeek'a Oana Shoes Alaraa.
And, apeaklng of Hahlman, some of his
discerning friends are getting a trifle
petulant over the gumshoe work of
Charles O. Lobeck. The city comptroller
haa secured a leave 6t absence from the
council, ostensibly for business reasons;
but the Dattlman men who can put two
and two together for a correct result are
ooavUicod Uiat aUibocM Is "prowling'' la
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Times Square Automobile Co.,
1)32-18.11 UlrMatn Ave.. CblcaS. DL
HERE ARC BOMB QU.M1.MC AUTVXOBU.C &AR-
Vpton, 4 erl.. U h. p., 8 pan., Juat rpalntd ..M
OWainobll runabout, wheel ir, juat v-
hauld, at J
Kno truck, will carry two tone J
iauiao lounnc car, pa., pnw -
Rao. I ei.. tl h. p.. i paaa., lat noaal J
htilfb ninaha.it S rvl.. tl h. B li
Auiocar. 4 crl., JO h. p., t paaa.. uat repainted.
full antitnnAri. at
Btvans Ouryea runabout,
Vhu Stum car, t paa
U b. p.. i
1st modd, (ally
Columbia, 1 crl., 21 k. .. I pa-, rullf equip
ped, at S5
Auiocar, t crl., I paaa., lira lampa, farator.
tool, pump, horn, t 0
Dulck, runabout, typ 10, 4 art.. It h. P , lour
Cadillac, modal "M", I paaa., iwpalnud, rrr
hauled. In fin aondltlon I7
Pearla.a runabout. 1 crl., 14 h. p. 4ou
Ttiomae. 4 ayl., 40 k. p., a pas., fully equipped 6-4
Winton, 4 cyl., 40 h. p., a pass., aujitrb con
And two hundred and titty other, equally chp.
Send for (re eupy of our monthly masaatne,
Th Tim Bquar Bullal in. Thla will aaelM
you in making your oholc el ear.
Times Squire Automobile Co.,
1UI-U34 Michigan Are., Chicago, III.
Draaoh Houaee St. lOUla, Kanaaa City and Hew
parts of the state where he has friends,
and Is laying down fence wire to shut
out other contenders for tb democratta
gubernatorial nomination. ebeck ktl
ever been given to a dark lantern way ef
framing up and that he I ao engaged
at the present time many of Dahiman'
friends are convinced. "But wait till Jim
gets started," they say. "He will set a
pace that will aurely tire Mr. Lobeck and
will send Shallenberger to the discard."
One thing seems csrtaln In the local fight
foe tha county offices to be filled this
fall. Ward meetings will be fewer and
far between. The republican commltle
has very little prospect of a campaign
fund, and the democrat but little bet
ter, except that their officeholders alwaya
give up more freely. Chairman Reagan
will. It Is understood, follow Boss Flynn'e
plan of holding "kitchen conferences" In
selected sections of the city, to be at
tended by democrats who will devote their
time to personal work among the element
that cares very little about parties, but
does like to be consulted and coddled and
made to feel that they are having a
say. The republicans may possibly hav
on meeting In each ward, but a general
scattering of meetings will not be at
tempted. Registration will be looked after
caiefully, and the character of the men
on tne republican ticket, all with clean
records, will ba relied on to win the sup
port of thinking cklxens In all parlies.
MAN JUMPS COURT TRACES
Visits Wlfa After Hestrataed aad Now ,
He Mast Aaswer to tke
ladao for It.
John Chapman was restrained Wednes
day from bothering aire. Chapman, pend
ing the hearing of divorce proceedings, but
Chapman Just couldn't stay away and
Thursday he vlsltsd the family home and
succeeded In frightening Sirs. Chapman
considerably, so she said. Chapman th '
next day faoed contempt proceedings be
fore Judge Estelle. but the csss went over.
A suit for divoroe alleging cruelty on
the part of her husband haa been filed
by Mrs. Luretta Ramsey agaloat W. Ed
ward T. Kamsty and one by Lola Sapp
against Hlnas Bapp. Ralgh Pool la Buiue
Mrs. Blanche Powle lor a decree. .
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