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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1913.
News from the Insurance Field
GREAT WESTERN ACCIDENT
l'olleles protect )u FT MA aKivinst oery accident; also
HlcknofiR nml tiunraiitlnc. Kvery policy has an Arbitration
Option, which BuarnntccR n settlement without going to court.
Planning for 1914
A Chance to do Better
Rare Business Opening
Business men, salesmen, county officials nml other men of
business experience contemplating changes with a view to
bettering their condition, for the Now Year, will find It
profitable to write to this company at once for Information
about special positions being created. Liberal terms to
successful salesmen. Correspondence confidential.
THE BANKERS RESERVE LIFE COMPANY
, MILLIONS OP ACCUMULATED ASSETS.
flascom II. Roblson, Pres. R. C. Wagner, Soc'y.
It1. L. Roblson. VIce-Prcs. V. Q. Proston, Treas.
ACCIDENTS OF THE WEEK
Bartow of Bee Accident Kaadllnea for last Week, Showing the Haeesalty of
PHONE PRESIDENT WHO CARRIES ,
WESTERN LIFE INSURANCE.
Our renown! system appeals to all salesmen wanting a per
manent ami profitable business. We have several good
openings for reliable men.
ARE YOU INSURED?
H. O. Wilhelm, Manager
NEW BAIRD BUILDING, 17TH and DOUGLAS STS.
Phone Douglas 3316.
THREE HURT IN CAR CRASH -EMPLOYES CAUSE WRECKS
Fog Makes it Impossible for Motor
man to See Ahead of Him.
POLICE USE HANDKERCHIEFS
Commission Analyzes Faots Regard
ing Railroad Casualties.
SIMPLE RULES ARE VIOLATED
Hundred Killed In Fourteen Wreck
line to Iliiiiuliiu' 11 j' SlRiinln
Seen "Men Directly lle
apntmlMr Are Victim.
Traffic Officer Mnndnur Clnlia In
While So (lint 1lie Direction
Cmi lie Seen TliriniRh the
IPhorre Douglas 3316
V : 2
Guarantee Fund Life Association
Organized January 2, 1002.
Astfet3, Oct. 1, 1913 $1,212,304.70
Reserve Fund, Oct. 1, 1913 985,293.54
First Mortgage Farm Loans, Oct. 1 583,337.50
Kntlro Assets Aro 1'JctlKcd to Secure Policyholders.
Policies provides death, dlsabllilty and old ago bunoflts, and aro
Incontestable after two years from their date.
Unselfish men desire llfo Insurance for protection for the
family. That Is the only kind" of a policy w Issue. Men only.
21 to 00 ypars, aro eligible.
Since most men deelro llfo Insurance mainly for protection,
why not buy a policy that will best servo your needs?
Unto per $1,000 Insurance, age 35 years, $13.30. Guaranteed
by entire assets.
Other ages In name, proportion.
Home Office :-: :-: Brandeis Bldg.
Phono Douglas 7021.
Miss Barbara Heart
Dies of Asphyxiation
Sister is Recovering
Forty Men Entombed
by Explosion in Goal
Mine in Colorado
Fire Fighter and
Family Burned to
Death in Home
Jack Kaplan, Former
Omaha, is Killed
r- " " ' ""SI
MRS. JOHNSON OF CRAIG
IS BURNED TO DEATH
"See Vesy Before You Slip"
ACCIDENT INSURANCE TYLER 861
BODY OF FARMER TORN
TO SHREDS BY FLYWHEEL
TWO HUNDRED FIFTY
DROWNED OFF FREETOWN
There Is a Standard In Everything
The General Insurance Agency with the largest pat
ronage, must necessarily approach the standard of ser
vice companies, and general reliability " perhaps this ex
plains our position at the top."
Brandeis Bldg. Phone Doug. 29
TRAVELING SALESMAN IS
BADLY INJURED BY FALL
CAUSES LOSS OF HOME
Man Injured in Fall
from Ladder Still
Two Lives Lost in
Incendiary Fire in
Hotel at Cincinnati
Foot Mashed in
WOMAN'S LEG BROKEN
BY PASSING TAXICAB
BOY COASTING ON WAGON
INJURED BY AUTO TRUCK
MOTHER AND HER TWO
CHILDREN BURN TO DEATH
of New York Order
Characteristic Western Service
This is what you get when, the "Lion" writes your bond. No
delay, no red tape.
No better servlco in tho WOULD on SURETY BONDS and
you can get at our HOME OFFICE hero In OMAHA. (
Lion Bonding & Surety "Co.
9th Floor W. 0. W. Bldg. - Phone Douglas 678.
We lon"t want much, just tlio "Lion's Share."'
Jt is lo your interest to have a contract with the
MISSOURI STATE LIFE INSURANCE. COMPANY
EIGHTY MILLIONS IN FORCE
Matchless Policy Contracts. Liberal Commissions.
Write J. E. AUSTIN, General Agent,
894 Brandeis Building. OMAHA.
KIKE, TORNADO, AUTOMOML1.', PLATE GLASS, BOILER,
BURGLARV, HEALTH nnd ACCIDENT.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY
200 1'lrst National Bank Building. Phone Douglas 722.
Casualty insurance agents of tlio coun
try won their tight for modification of
th expense ruling of the Now York in
surance department, which Bliarply lim
ited their commissions. At the confer
ence In Chicago last week, a joint com
mittee representing tho agents, the brok
ers and tho companies reported a com
promlse, plan. of. limitation -much less
drastic tlian the original. Insurance Su
perintendent Kmmet of New York, who
was chairman of tho conference,
promptly announced that this met his
views, and that his order would he modi
fied to correspond.
The cominlttco report recommended
an acquisition expense In compensation
states of not more than 17V4 per cent
on compensation and employer's' liability
business; In other states on employers:
liability not more than 30 per cent. In all
states on all liability business other than
workmen's compensation und employers'
liability the cost shall not bo moro. than
25 per cent. Provision is mado for excep
tlon of the Hocky Mountain district, be
cause of tho distances and other consid
TRADE JOURNAL BOOSTS
HOME INSURANCE POLICY
The Trade Review of Lincoln recently
published an article In favor of building
, up home companies und closed by say
j ins: "In this state there are millions of
dollars sent away to foreign life Insur
ance companies In tho way of premiums
each year. To develop homo Insurance
is meant lo keep this money nt home,
demanded why these millions of dollars
aro sent itwny to eastern Insurance com
panies and that are held hb reserves and
which aro assets In which tho Nobraska
people are directly Interested aro not In
vested in Nebraska securities Insteud of
being used by the eastern companies In
Investments in bonds and stocks. When
this question becomes the Issue, It wilt
be Interesting to seo what attltudo the,
legislature will lake, btcause the fnlrness
of the proposition that the usscto of Ne
braska Insured people, tho reserves on
Nebraska policies should bo Invested In
Nebraska securities scarcely raises a de
' 1 i
Up in Wisconsin
According to Charles II. Crownhnrt,
chairman of tho State Industrial commis
sion of Wisconsin, more than $7M,(M) a
year will bo disbursed to dependents
when tho new compensation act becomes
Crownhart showed the small cost of
commissions In this state, as compared
with Uie effective work they are doing.
"Tho expense of the administration of
j compensation act for tho last year
PRESIDENT MELSON IS
ENTERTAjNED IN OMAHA
J K. Austin, i-lnto ncrnt of the Mis-
aouil State Life Insurance company, en- t
lertu'ti" i fr i hie
rnniimny at n luncheon at the Henshnw
hotel lust Yvednosdnv Pves ent m
was In Omnhii on his western trip, and
reports that his cotupnuy will end this
year with a record-breaking bushicd.
Besides Mr. Molson the following Onmnt
men wero present at the luncheon; K.
H. I.ulkart of the Lion Bonding com
pany. William U. Hughe, secretary' of
tho Nebraska Hankers' association; Will
lain Wnpploh, B, A. Itollyoke and J. E.
Innurnncr .Voles nml lcroiinl.
liocal offices of all of the Insurance
companies will be closed nil day Christ
mas. A new surety rompany, known as tho
lien Franklin, has been organized In
lowu, with headquarters at New Hamp
ton, Kd T. Swobo of the National Fidelity
and Casualty comp.my spent a portion of
last week in cnic-uKii on insurance nusi-ncss.
The victory of Mutual Llfo Insurance
companies In tho federal Hupi-cme court
means tho return to the companies ot
Jl.noo.OOO collected under the corporation
II. O. .lory, who for a number of yenrs
has represented th" American Casually
of Maryland, has gono with tho Lion
Bonding company of Omaha, lie will
represent the Lion as special agent for
Jt Is rumored that the Southwestern
Hurety company of Dennlson, Tex., will
appoint Clyde W. Drew Its Nebraska
ngent shortly after the first of tho year.
Mr. Drew has been in tho insurance busi
ness In Omaha n number of yenrs.
Insurance Commissioner Itcvelln of Mis
hourl has ruled thut all persons acting ;ih
niiiriirir lirnkern must have, a license
Issued by tho department. In the casu
nr nnriimmliltm ilnlnir a brokerage busi
ness, every partner who shares in the
profits must have, a license.
There has hen some talk that the
eabtern Insurance companies would raise
tlielr rates on new misiness ami renewals
after, the. first of the year. Omnha agents
state that tho matter has never gott:i
hcvond tho talking point nnd ndd that
rates will remain the samo as In the pas..
rua milmirn llnndlnir and Hurety com
pany Is laying plans for absorbing several
competitors in ine wesi mm miiiuiii
Overtures were inntio io wo 1.1011 m mm
city, but they wero promptly rejected.
Onu company In Indianapolis und onp In
Milwaukee arc among thoso thai likely
will .be absorbed.
Tho losses by fire In the Pnltcd Rtntos
nnd Canada during the month of Novem
ber aggrcgato 15.2"7.fin0. as conilHUcd
with J16.17J.a0t) charged against tlin same,
month last year nnd 18,6S).f,0 In No
vcmber, 1911. Tho losses bv flro thus for
this year reach a total of $-W.M,90i, uh
compared with $3fl7.:K1.60O for the eleven
months of 1912 nnd 21I.fiH.100 for tho
same time In 1911.
Insurance Commissioner Potts of 1111-
has been less than $3,000. Conservative ' nots has nowted tore gn "''u
.. .... ... u companies that horeafler affianwt as to
figures show that the number of cases ,,;anc. c,ud will be required from
which would have found their wny Into tlio managers at tho home office ns well
the courts for trial would nave cot 10- uh rrom inn unnru m ur. 1. ......... ... ..... ,
cully the various counties more than ,
f-TAM"', aim 10 Lim uuiiiiuiiiupjiin ;m inuun
In addition H tukcH approximately $12t)
Make Them Secure
As Well As Happy
A lite inpuraucc policy in tho Nntionti
ninko 11 roally substantial irift to wifo or
tho kiririios. Tlio sonse of protootion would
tho gootl olioor of tho soason and tho honol
far Into tho futuro. Call Hondas 12(5 and lo
it over with you. J. V. STARRETT,
State Ageh.t, 403 Paxton
me talk III
Tho Very Best Christmas Gift,
A Monthly Income Policy,
For the Wife and Kiddies.
Tom S. Kelly "T,,e H,n"
Wheeler & Welpton Co.
1G11 DODOS BTBEET.
PHONE DOUCJ. 186.
ITY , PLATE
We are Issuing thu most liberal poli
cies consistent with good Horvlco to our
patrons and honest adjustment ot their
FIDELITY AND CASUALTY
National. Fidelity and Casualty ' Uulldlne
"Sine Mutual Life"
OF WORCESTER, MASS.
ONE OF THE OLDEST 69 YEARS
nml Ilcst Companies on
W. H. INDOE
052 lie Hlilg. OMAHA.
CHEATING AN ESTATE.
In no other way than throiiRh life
Insurance can an Immedlata estate ot
a definite amount bo secured br thu
cxpendlturo ot so small an amount ot
money, t'p lo December 1st, 1!U3. THh
i MIDWEST IAVK has paid forty death
I claims nKKroKatlntr G5,118. Tho Insured
I under these policies had paid the com-
Hiuny only 7.513 in premiums. No other
egltlmato Investment which these policy
holders could have mado would have
1 ylo (led ns larKo an Immediate return
I In cash to their widows and children
i or thoso dopendlui; upon them for sup
i port. Not one of these policyholders
had paid moro than soven premiums
uim some ot tucm nun paid only one
Solva tho perplexing question ot
SEMESTER HONORS ARE READ
Program Marks End of First Half
Year at Creighton.
MAGEVNEY TALKSxTO STUDENTS
YuiiuK Men Chosen to Compete In
Final for Honor of llepresciit
lnsr University In. Ora
The first somester a.t the Creighton
collcgo of arts and sciences was brought
to a closo Saturday with a program, and
tho reading of the grades in tho univer
Itev Kugeno A. Magevney. S. J., pres
ident of the university, made a brief ad
dress to the students, In which he urged
them to make good uso ot thu holidays,
and tp allow tho Eame principles that
had dominated their life at school, to
rule their lives away from school. Presi
dent Magcvncy congratulated thoso who
had made good grades, and urged those
who had done poorly to better effort.
School will re-open on Monday, January
6. The following program waa rendered:
Overture, orchestra. N
"Years Ago," Charles P. McEnlry.
Song,, College Glee club.
Heading of Grades, Rev. P. X. Mo-Mf-namy,
"Conturles-Ago." Vincent H. Fitzgerald.
Song, CUleo Glee club.
Address, Rev. Eugene A. Magcvncy,
ItCKtilta of Competition.
Results ot the competlons ot tho second
quarter were announced by Itcv. F. X.
aicMenamy, vice president of the uni
versity, as follows:
Junior Class-Hlghest honors, Raymond
O Uonnell: first honors, Raymond Tray
nor, Emll bvoboUa, Henry Planck; sec
ond honors, Henry Uolan and John
"sophomore C!as-!Ilghet honors. John
t otdes; first honors. Wulter Coakley and
;en ringllsn; secouu ijonors.
Nathan Muskln, Charlea Rappe, George
Herring, Karl Torrey, U:o Pfaff, Earl
Hums, Ijiwrence Hines, Eugene O'Malloy,
James Martin. Fred Guadreault, Henry
Rongardt, Philip Daly.
Fourth High. Division A.-Hlghest hon
ors, William P. Kelly; First honors, Will
iam McDonald, Elmer Harr, Emmet
Murphy, Walter Wolff. Daniel Relfen
rath; second honors, Joseph Stcnko and
Foutrh High, Division IS. Highest hon
ers, Charlei Rongardt; first honors,
Francis Shaw and Clifford Long; second
bonor. Thomas Mostyn and Cornelius
Third High, Division A. Highest hon
ors, John Kenncbeck; first honors,
Daniel Dorsey, Steven Egan. Edwanl
O'.Nell, I.eo O'Connell, Francis Hyford,
Joseph M alloy, Paul Kennebrck, Jame
Shanahan; Second honors, Donald Cunningham.
Third High, Division R.-Hlghest hon-l
ors, vinoent uurkhard; first honora, Ed
win Roruch, William Remmell, Thadeya
Madura, Junics Clayton, James Daugm-r:
second honors. William Rrennan. Charlei.
Rrady, .Marshall O'Nell. Emmet Daugh
ctty, Davo Harrett, Frank Tobln.
Second High, Division A. Highest hon
ors, Lafayette Gilmore; second honors,
ueorge itoaianu, (.'iiilord Aiunen, eu
wnrd Crofoot, I.yle Doran, Frnnk Rurk
hard, Philip Cogley, Frnnk Casey, Percy
Hell, Rulph Kastncr, Wadlclgh Rartou,
William Adams, Harvey liarr.
fecund High. Division R. Highest hon
ors, Ralph Wilson; first honors, Ham
Welsh and Francis O'Connell, second
honors, Ignatius Polski, Henry Plott,
Thomas Tobln, Steven McCarthy, Fran
cis McCarthy, Oscar Stelner, Ellas Camel,
Second High, Division C-Highest hon
ors, John Rlair; second honors, Charles
Cosullo ajid John Donahue.
Vlrst High, Division A. Highest hon
ors, Rrcndan Hrown; first honors, Harry
Rurkley. l.eroy Callahun. Michael Iiarry,
Onlfry Dunnls, Raymond Gallagher: sec
ond honors, Thomas Foley, Hugh Toner,
Leo Hrown, Eugene O'Keefe, Edward
Dougherty, Robert Desterhouse, Francis
Harrett, Michael Maher,
First High, Division II. Highest hon
ors, Hindelong; first honors, Everett Mc
Allister, Harrett P.ourke, McVann Donald,
Edward Dowllng; second honors, Joseph
Relter. Samuel Ross. Herbert Welsh.
First High, Division C.-Hlghest hon
ors, j.uko uonroy; nrsi nonors, jienry
Reck. Charlea Murphy. Milton Weaver.
liurvy Dalley; second honors, Vincent
Murphy. Norman Jones, George Ma
honey, waiter Lull, Maurice L.aughlln.
a day to run a court, and many personal
Injury cases cost counties moro than
?1,009. So the saving in the on? Item Is
moro than enough to cover the .expense
of all the work of the commission,"
During the month of October, K.3 cases
doing business In the stute, because home were considered and more thnn JA000
companies Invest their reserve und sur- wus expended In compensation and medl
plus In homo securities, which nro the I cal fees. lip said that 87 per cent of al
Wst In tho world. One of these days the accidents were under the compensation
quetlon will be asked and an answer net.
llne and reinsuring the excess under
treaty with compnnles not admitted In
tho United States,
Minnesota hns a law prohibiting Insur-1
anco companies from Issuing Insurance ,
policies exceeding the valuo of tho prop,
erty Insured. Tho insurance department
threatens suit under this law agnlhit the I
American Central, Home. Phoenix uf
Hartford, Central National,'' New Hamp
shire and Concordia, on the property of
tho MciiuIrK cigar company oi .11111
iiunolls. an attempt afterwanl being
-nude lo burn the property. An nppinlsul
'Ixed the vuluu of stock and fixtures at
chosen to compete In a final competition
for the honor of representing Creighton
university in the annual State Intercol
legiate Oratorlal contest, after a hard
fight In two preliminary contests. The
final one: James Martin, Gerald La
Vlolette, Paul Harrington, John Cordes,
Vincent Fitzgerald and William Flaherty.
Speeches submitted on January G and
limited to eleven minutes deliver. Jan
Noted Boy Singer
t I' nin Us
huale. Thomas Oloole. ... ors. Hnrold IJbby. first honora. William
1 rcehman Class- lllghcut lnors. Nor- NNemHn unA Morgan Sullivan; second
Man m rke, ''r'jLtllf.' I lionors. W Edwin Ryan, Leon Krupskl,
Many years ago the original Gotham
Comedy Four was the one ipiartot which
could arouse the enthusiasm of the crit
ics and managers of the theatrical world,
and there are few old-timers who cither
lived In New York or visited there that
did not go to Tony PaBtor's old vaude
ville house whenever the Four was on
tho hill. Since that time many Imitators
have appeared and have billed them
selves as the Gotham Comedy Four, but
none can quite equal the four boys who
sang at Tony Pastor's.
The old four have all left tho vaude
ville stage und only ouo of them Is still
playing) behind the footlights for the
amusement of the public. The others
have entered the field of business en
deavor. One has mado his home in
Omaha N. D. Herdlinger, who sang tho
baritone. He has lived In Omaha eight
years now and Is superintendent ot a
local Insurance agency.
Herdlinger was but 1B years old when
he sang at the, historic old variety house.
He was living In New York at the time,
out on Seventy-second street In close
proximity to Avenue R. n neighborhood
Division D. Highest hon-' where many actors and actresses re
ceived their early training. Cliff Gordon,
Hobby North, Joe Mortis, Knthryn Oster
DINNER BASKETS PREPARED
Salvation Army and Volunteers Aid
Five Hundred Families.
RESULT OF SMALL DONATIONS
Tito OrKnnlio t Ion Co-operate to
Provide Thonsunil of Umrrvlnic
with Kxeellent ClirUt
u. rni'i, J" - ..r." . ' ueorge j-ooscneu,
ftanhV: seVond honors, I T,no 'oiuiwin nuaenu ot tne vrcigmon
i m uu ire.
Plans for a merry Christmas for hun
dreds of Indigent famines aro being made
by the Salvation Army and tho Volun
teers of America, who will give away
baskets of food to as many deserving
poor as can be supplied with the funds
on hand. The money for the purpose has
been gathered In tho Santa Claus chim
neys and tho Christmas kettles that have
occupied the street corners for the last
ten days. These will continue to offer
passersby an opportunity tu help until
The two organizations are co-operating
In the matter, and have convaBsed the
field, so that all the families who re
ceive aid will be worthy ones, and no
duplications will ocour. Tickets have
been hsued to those who will receive
baskets of food.
Each basket will contain chicken, po
tatoes, bread, butter, sugar, coffee,
crackers, celery, cranberries, corn, toma
toes, apples, and other staple, articles ot
food, that will give the recipients a sub
stantial Christmas dinner. Some ot the
comnjlstlon merchants and other dealers
In food stuffs have made donations to
the cuuse, or afe expected to do so. What
goods are not secured for the baskets In
that way will be purchased with the
money secured from the stieet contributions.
baskets Christmas morning at their hall,
111 North Fiftoenth street. The Salva
tion Army will issue their food stuffs
Wednesday uflornoon, nnd will hold their
Christmas tree demonstration for tho poor
children Friday evening nt 8 o'clock In
the Young Men's Christian association
In inukiug a canvass of tho districts
they generally serve, the two organiza
tions havo found quite a number or
widow women in dire need. Particularly
pitiful cases of women with children and
without means of supporting them havo
been told nt headquarters by tho work
ers. A number of theso have been helped
out and given tomnornry i-Ulef, hut the
coffers aro u little short of needed cash
and so the distributions have not been
as liberal ns they might have been, in
comparison with last year. Adjutant
James and Mrs. Tole, treasurer of the
Salvation- Army, find that there was $3
moro In the treasury then thun now. A
similar situation Is reported by Hie vet
Major and Mrs. F. A. McCormlck of tho
The workers are anxious to hear fioni
persons, who usually help them In their
work, but havo not yet done so this
seafon. Others are also urged to Join
In financing the movement, If only with
n small contribution, us most of the work
Is done with the collection of very small
sum from many people.
A touching letter lo Santa Claus was
dropped Into one of the contribution
boxes malntnlned on the street by the
Volunteers. It wus written by h 9-yenr-old
girl, who said that her papa wus
doad and her muminn was sick, und "IT
you can, dear, Sunty, please bring us
a present of a little coal and somo shoes
and something to eat." The Volunteers
are Investigating the family, and will in
elude It In their Christmas distribution.
The Yellow Peril.
Jaundice malaria biliousness, vanishes
when Ir King's New Life Pills aro taken,
on your Insur
ance 'phone 1.
127B, nnd nsk
about the new
low cost, ull
I guaranteed pol-
teles, uu plans.
1, 1 r u Minueii
Payments, B n
d o w in c n t s.
Joint 'or Part
ration and Monthly Income or Pon
The Prudential Ins, Co, of America,
Inc. as a Stock Co.. by New Jersey.
IS. BRUCE CARPENTER, Mgr.
for Nnbr.nka und South Dakota.
019-22 City Nafl Bank Blflg., Omaha
l hrlHtmaa giving by buying a policy
uu your uie,
ma King tne wire or
children or the flanceo Mm hnrinlnrv.
Or tnke a policy on tho boy or girt If
over fourteen ycaro old.
N. '.. HNKIJ., J.nEHIDKNT
A NEBRASKA STOCK COMrANY
SELLING N0N-f ARTlCIf ATINC lift INSURANCE ONLY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, LINCOLN.
CITY KATIONAI, BANK BUH-DIKQ.
asoaoa chocker, r. a. putney,
Fire Hundred I'.anUrta Needed.
About 2o baskets will bo given away i.-a,.. 81lfe. guaranteed. JJc, For sale
man and many others lived In that neigh-j by each organization, provided tho funds y y0UP druggist -Advertisement,
borhood and were well known to Herd- are sufficient. The Volunteers will hold ,
Landgrat.j college of arts and sciences have been j linger. their Christmas tree and fcive out tUelrj Dee Want Ads Produce Results.
to the Brandeis :
Early in January
Definite urraiigcmeutH were concluded
last night for an appeuranco at the
nrandel Thursday night. Jununry R. of
Anna Pavlown und her big company and
symphony orohostrn. Lawrontt Novlkoff,
acclaimed In Now York, Hoston nnd Chi
cago as the best man dancer this country
hns ev"r seen, will bo Pavlowu's chlof
supporter. Tho entlro company, Includ
ing tho orchestra under Theodore Slier,
numbers over eighty people. Omaha well
remembers Pnvlo,wu ana ncr organiza
tion. This company proved a genuluu
sensation hero three years ugo. Uut this
reason, nccordlng to all reports, Pavlowa
und thosn with bur outshine themselves.
They have been adding triumph to tri
umph In the tast,
Chlof In this company aro three fa
mous men duncers, Novlkoff, ot course,
nnd aylleh and Cecchettl. Novlkoff Is
first classic dancer, .uyllch is first char
ncter dancer, und Cecchettl principal
mimo. To Cecchettl full most of the
broadly comlo roles, Of the young women
with Pavlowa, alt aro hailed as remark
able for two reasons surpassing grace
und startling beauty of fuce and figure.
It In a beauty ballet. Mile. Plan
kowlezcka, for example. Is known as tho
most beautiful blonde In St. Petersburg.
Mile. (Inshewsku, principal character
dancer, leads the brunette dancers,
A new society dance of widespread
popularity In and about New York will
be n feature ot the Puvlowu performance
at tho Urundels. It is the "Cuvette Puv
lowu," und is danced to the music of
Can be advertised
as profitably as
any branch of
TRY IT on" -
DR. J. F. M'QUEEN DIES;
WELl KNOWN IN OMAHA
hotel at Memphis, Tenn., on Friday nft
ernoon. Until about four years ago Dr
McQueen mado his homo In Omaha, at
that time moving f Louisville. Ky ,
where his home was at the time of his
death. During their residence In Omaha,
Dr. nnd Mrs. McQueen vvere prominent
members of the St. Mary's Avenue Con
lteeommeiid Clininberlaln'a Cough
"I take pleasure In recommendiru;
Chambeilaln'a Cough Remedy to my cus
tomers because I have confidence in It
r ,ihj (h.i tl.ihv at nlp&sed with It and
I. tli.u .., . --
call for it when again In need of such
j a medicine," writes J. V. Sexso. Won
tovalla, Mo. For sale by all dealer. Ad
Dr J V McQueen, for many years en-1
gaged In the flro Insurance business in j Persistent Advertising ts the- Iload to
Nebraska nd adjoining states, died at a Big Returns.
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