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THE BEE; OMAHA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1914.
The Bankers Reserve Life Company
DASCOJI H. BODXSOIT, President.
HOME OFFICE, OMAHA, NEB.
Excellent Agency Position Aro Open to
Salesmen Wishing to Increase Vhtlr Xnoomss.
THE RESULTS OF 1913
Total Income $1,383,324.97
Dividends Paid to Policy Holders 130,678.36
Death Losses Paid 179,875.25
Paid to Beneficiaries & Policy-holders, total 417,640.76
Interest Income Exceeds Death Losses by . . 16,672.79
Net Gain in Assets 590,534.35
Total Accumulated Assets . 4,292,750.02
Policies Issued and Revived 5,345,369.00
Business in Force December 31, 1913 32,039,908.89
A RECOIID OP PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY
Organized January 2, 1002.
Assets, January 1, 1914 $1,319,481.68
Reserve Fund 1,079,377.44
First Mortgage Farm Loans 656,297.50
Entlro Assets Aro Pledged to Secure Policyholders.
Policies provido death, disablllity and old ago benefits, and aro
Incontestable after two years from their date. v
Unselfish men desire llfo insurance for protection for tho
family. That is the only kind of a policy we issue. Men only,
21 to 50 years, aro eligible.
Since most men desire life insuranco mainly for protection,
why not buy a policy that will best servo your needs?
Rato per $1,000 insuranco, ago 35 years, $13.30. Guaranteed
by entlro assets.
Other ages in eamo proportion.
Home Office :-: :-: Brandeis Bldg.
Phono Douglas 7021.
The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company
508-512 Omaha National Rank RnildLng.
COMMENCED BUSINESS AUGUST OTH, 1010.
Admitted Assets Insuranco in Forco
January 1, 1011 $278,140.10 $ 340,042.00
January 1, 1012 $201,035.80 $2,111,870.00
January 1, 1013 $330,075.75 $3,084,870.00
October 1, 1013 (Est.) ... .$115,000.00 $5,500,000.00
Surplus To Policy-Holders (Over) $295,000,00
EVERY DEATH LOSS HAS BEEN PROMPTLY PAID
You are absolutely safo with n policy in this company.
Boost for a Nebraska Company. Do not send your money from
Our assets aro Invested in securities on Nebraska lands.
Not tho Largest Company, but tho Best.
FRANS NELSON, President.
German-American Life Insurance Company
First Class Positions for
Characteristic Western Service
This is what you get when tho "Lion" writes your bond. No
delay, no red tape.
No better servlco in tho WORLD on SURETY BONDS and
you can get at our HOME OFFICE here in OMAHA.
Lion Bonding & Surety Co.
9th Floor W. 0. W. Bldg. Phone Douglas 678.
We don"t wnnt much, just tho "Lion's Share.'"
Can be advertised
as .profitably as
any branch of
TRY IT on
REV W H EATOM.ARGUES
ON THE DIVINITY OF CHRIST
Rev. W. II. Eaton of Ruseherg, Ore.,
delivered tho morning sermon at Iin
n'Hnunt Ruptlbt church, Twenty-fourth
and Plnknoy streets, Sunday. He arguod
for the dMnlty of Christ, citing what he
held to be satisfactory proofs Unit Chi let
,was the enn of God. lie quoted Simpson
as authority for the statement that the
three years' ministry of Jesus Christ had
done more for civilization than all the
philosophers and all the teachers and all
the moralists of all the ages beforo Him.
He pointed out that while critics had
held that Mark did not mention the
divinity of, Christ, this was not true, aa
he - prefaced tho book- with the phrase,
"Jesus Christ, the son of God."
Sfomncli Troulilrn Dlnnpiirar
By using Electric Bitters, best remedy
for liver and kidney, Indigestion, dyspep
a a and all stomach troubles. jOc and
11.00. All druggists. Advertisement
Key to tho S'tutlaon Hee Adterti-in-
E, L, BEHSOHK PROMOTED
Omaha Boy is Made Warrant Officer
in the Navy.
PRESENTED WITH KEEPSAKE
Associates nt Locnl IlccruttliiK
Office Olvc Jllm Remembrance
Unlisted in Service Thir
teen Yearn Aro.
Edward I.. Benson, who was recently
appointed a warrant officer In the navy
by President Wilson, was jjresented with
an elaborately engraved gold mounted
sword by the officers and men at tho
navy recruiting station here yesterday
Enlisting In the navy In 1901 at tho sta
tion In Omaha, Edward L. Benson found
that life In tho navy orrered opportuni
ties to young men. even though they
were compelled to start as apprentice
seamen.' Following his graduation from
the high school here, he continued to ap
ply hlnuelf diligently to his studies.
In 190$ Mr. Benson was sent to the re.
crultlng station here, and ho served ati
a member of the recruiting staff until
1910, when ho returned to the active
service aboard ship.
Three times was ho honorably dis
charged, and each time ho entered th-
service by rc-en!lstlng. It was during his
fourth enlistment, which started lust
year, that he was again assigned to duty
at tho Omaha naval recruiting station
with the rank of chief quartermaster.
On January 17 he took the oath of of.
flee following his appointment to the of
fice of warrant officer, with the title of
boatswain. Hln appointment to this rank
takes him out of the line of enlisted men,
making his position permanent during
tho remainder of his llfo. With the new
promotion cornea an Increase of salary,
which will equal twlco tne amount which
he received as chief quartermaster.
Edward Ij. Benson Is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. John I Benson of Omaha. He
will leave Thursday for the navy yard
at Puget sound, where he will report
for duty, and be assigned to his ship un.l
aume the dutloa of the new ranking
which he has Just received.
Itngravrd on the snord. which Is of
the regulation type adopted by naval of
ficers. s his name. On the scabbard is
engraved the Inscription "Presented t'j
Edward I.. Bencon ly the officers ami
men attached to the na.y recruiting stn
t on Omaha. Nib '
News from the Insurance Field
A sTTirMTMnro fT? TUT? unr!-1
ttVVslLSjUM 1 O KJr 1 UL W HILIV.
BsvUw of Be Accident Headlines for
SINKS IN SEA
Forty-Nine Persons Drowned When
Old Dominion Ship is Run Down
in Fog by Nantucket.
VICTIMS ARE ASLEEP IN BERTHS
Ship Struck Amidship Oocs Down
Before Boat Can Be Launche'd.
Seven Persons Are
Drowned in Floods
Near Los Angeles
Nine Men Hurt
By Fall of Gage
in a Coal Shaft
FOUR KILLEMOZEN HURT
Passenger and Freight Trains Col
lide at Jackson, Mich.
ONE COACH IS TELESCOPED
Travelers to Have
New Local Manager
A. G, Green becomes manager of tho
local branch Travelers Insuranco com
pany today, succeeding "William "Wilson
who resigned to take a general agency In
Wisconsin, During his two years' stay
In Omaha Mr, Wilson won many friends
In tho city and was especially well liked
by his associates. The latter presented
htm with a valuable gift upon his de
parture as a token of their esteem.
Mr. Green has been a successful agent
und manager for his company nt Cleve
land and other branches and It Is pre
dicted that he will succeed here.
The latest addition to tho business of
London Lloyd's Is Insurance ngalnst
mumps, with a stiff premium rato of $10
Jnilhe- two years slnc'o the' workmen's
compensation law went Into effect In
Wisconsin employers of the state have
paid as Indemnity to Injured workmen
and their dependents tho sum of $396,X4.73.
The model law for tho regulation of
the match hazard, approved by tho Na
tional Firo Protection association, and
other similar organizations, enacted by
tho recent session of the Utah legisla
ture, went Into effect January 1.
Tho London Tunes estimates the flrn
losses 'of tho United Kingdom for 1913 at
il8,lGO,00. The same newspaper. In the
same Issue, quotes tho New York Journal
of Commerce ns placing the total fire
losses of the United States for tho last
year at ?22t.723.S0O.
One of the fire Insuranco companies
contending for n raise In rates In Ken
tucky made a shonlng of 00 per cent loss
ratio, which, with 40 per cent expense
ratio, left the company a deficit of 30
cents on every dollar of premium taken In
tho stato during 1913.
Much interest Is taken by life insur
anco men of all classes In the Joint reso
lution, presented In congress by Senator
Weeks of Massachusetts, proposing an
amendment to the constitution providing
Mrs. Carrie Scranton,
Secretary of Church,
Dies After Operation
Mrs. Carrie Scranton, wife of C. S.
Scranton and prominent in church nnd
uplift work hero for the last decade, died
Saturday at her home, 610 North Twenty-ty-slxth
street, from the effects of an un
successful surgical operation.
Mrs. Scranton was a niece of Philan
der Knox, formerly secretary of stale
under the Taft administration, and also
of A. C. Knox, head of the Mellon Na
tional bank of Pittsburgh, Pa. The lat
ter will probably bo hero to attend tho
funeral, which will bo held at tho First
Methodist church Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Burial will be In Forest Lawn
For ten years previous to her marriage.
Mrs. Scranton taught school hore. She
was membership secretary of the First
Methodist church, and' at ono tlmo w,ib
treasurer of the local Young "Women's
A week ago yesterday she underwent
an operation, but her condition was so
weak that sho failed to recover. Shj
was 41 years of age. Her mother, Mrs.
Carrie Graff, and her husband survive.
PICTURE OF CHILD ON
TITLE PAGE OF NEW "MAG"
A plctaro of little Jean Chatham Red
Ick. daughter of Mr, and Mr. George
Rcdlck, will appear on the title page of
the first Issue ot Kveryclilld's Magaz'ne,
the new monthly for children which Miss
Graco Sorenson Is starting. The little
girl was chosen as one of the prettiest
children In Omaha to head the series of
Issues of the new periodical with her p'c
ture on tho title page. The first number
of the magazine will be the March Issue,
ready February 20.
HARRY FORD ARRESTED WITH
A MYSTERIOUS EQUIPMENT
Harry Ford. Owl hotel, was arrested
Friday evening at Thirteenth and Dodge
stroets by Officer Turner. At tho time of
h's arrest he was carrying n lentern,
gu-ny sack and sledge hammer, and In
police court eould not give no good rea
son for his to do'ng. Judge Fostr kmi
tended nlm to forty-five dai in i'-e
Irountv Ja'l on a vagrancy romplai.i: lie
fuxpctcd of knowin-' condU rablc
j about rrc nt plumbln; thclte
Last Wesa, Showing th ITtossslty of
Killed During Panic
in Picture Show
Three Men Killed in
Fails in Attempt
to Rescue Husband,
He Drowns in Well
Woman Killed and
Five Persons Hurt
in Auto Smashup
JOHN BIRZE, RUN OVER
BY FREIGHT TRAIN, DIES
PREACHER TOTING PISTOL
SHOT TO DEATH WITH IT
WOMAN AND THREE LITTLE
GIRLS BURNED TO DEATH
FUMES CAUSED BY BLAZE
KILL TWO MEN IN TUNNEL
FRENCH AVIATOR KILLED
BY FALL OF 400 FEET
suram' rcKUlRtlon of tt" f"rm ot ,n.
b!T0.nnKm"r.c i,lnsu.rnnco. n,cn thcro "
of h mo tl.Uk ,of try,n 10 'ocuto all
of the agencies In one building, or in a
group of buildings close tiwlhirIlSw
oer. It is not be tsved nnythlnc will
SSSSaUS.f wn" flednaynumbcr "of
care ago. but It was a complete failure.
It Is worth while to save J4.000000 worth
erf property from destructlonTwffeSSfSS
tho reduction of our national fire iSssm
wVuST"'1,1 ,n 1913 " compared with
1912 Is cause for gratlf cation, nut thai
even with that reduction tho total VoSs
ast year was J203.4as.250 Is a reproach
upon our national efficiency. reproacn
ouon at its annual meeting received ro
Prt "'lowing that six of the twentvl
two death claims paid In 1913 were due
J ttUtmobllo accidents, as w?o one
fifth of the accident Indemnities imld an
increase from one-slxth the i year ' hero?
An Increase In rates for automobile ow,w
crs was recommended by the officers.
The Missouri Insurance Fcderntlnn u
SK'Inf ? draft bills which wfll wmedy
thafttl" .h,o nrctont Insurance laws ot
Jr2ft! hiMthTm Promised the co-
i2, i tot'obtaln tho membership of
pd'plaT "t nUeRach0'Vhf!ro0fe
5CSi,den,1 'aKoncy bill has been Intro
ti.JH? hat n 1 nurar.ce must bo placed
Insuranco can be placed ln unauthorized
companies unless the agent retains 10 per
cent of the premium and pays It to the
state. Any ogent or Insured violating
this provision Is liable for tho 10 per
cent and n fine of not less than $50 nor
more than 1200 for each offense.
Mayor Keller of Ht. Paul has recom
mended a fire prevention ordinance pro
viding for tho enforced Installation of
sprinkler systems In the basements of
nonflreproof buildings more than two
stories high, not used for dwellings. Fire
Commissioner Ilradford reported that
practically all the disastrous fires In the
last five years ln St. Paul, whoro losses
havo been very heavy, started In base
monts, where tho difficulty of reaching
tho seat of the trouble Interfered with
Tho rate situation In Kentucky, which
BEAUTIFYING CARTER LAKE
Popular Club is Undergoing Largo
Amount of Improvements.
CONVENIENCES ABE ADDED
Ilnth House Is ISnlnrfretl nml Sep
arate Compartments Are Nott
Available Many Already
PnyliiR Their Dues,
Plans for beautifying Carter Lake club
and making It still more attractive are
In progress and when tho season opens
up It bids fair to offer a pleasing sur
prise for thoso who havo not been out
on the grounds since lust fall. Over
100 carloads of cinders havo been hauled
out to the club and arc being distributed
along tho driveways and footpaths. The
roads leading to tho resort have also
been fixed up and with dairymen co-operating,
as they havo promised to do,
tho highway to and from tho entrance Is
going to bo kcht In good shapo all sum
Two additions havo Just been completed
to the bath houso and many now facili
ties and comforts Installed. There are
now separate dressing rooms, three and
one-half by four feet, for those that wish
such extra conveniences und already a
number pf them have been rented for
the coming year,
A new roof has been put on tho main
building und soveral applications have
been received by the board of directors
from those wishing to secure the privi
leges ot conducting jthe cafe. These aro
When Women Suffer
No remedy cives greater relief than
Antl-kamnla (A-K) Tablets lnnll condl
tiona generally known as "Women'e
Aches and Ilia." One trial will satisfy
any woman that sho has at last found
tho remedy she haa so long been look
Are you distressed after eating? Do
you have nausea when riding in tne cars
or on tho train or boat? Tako A-K Tab
lets and get instant relief.
Genuine A'K Tablatt bear the M
monogram. At all Drugghtt.
P, S. -A-K Salve for Eczema.
manager local branch
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO.
halt become serious becauso of tho or
ders Issued by the statu insurance board
reducing rates on classes which were al
ready unprofitable, may bo cleared up as
tho result of recent conferences. Whon It
wns mada plain that tho state board
could fix tho rates, but could not force
tho companies to writo at those rates if
they belhvcd them to be Inadequate, It
was decided to make some concession
rather than deprive dwelling and other
property of Insuranco protection.
Tho Missouri Insuranco commission, ap
pointed by Governor Major several
months ago to Invcstlgnto tho flro Insur
ance situation In tho state and rocom
mond an up-to-date codu of Insurance
laws, has effected a permanent organ
ization. Edward K. Goltra of Ht. Louis
was made chairman and Charles C.
Revclle. state Insuranco superintendent,
secretary. Tho commission will hold a
conference with Governor Major, Janu
ary 19. and will then enter upon a scries
of public meetings In various parts of
tho state, Intonded to develop sentiment
on the subject and bring out tho wishes
of property owners as to legislation, re
duction of tho flro wasto being mado fore
most. Another case has been begun In tho
United States supremo court attacking In
vasion by tho state of tho field of Insur
ance, In the direct Issuance of policies
or tho making of compulsory tates. Tho
Mountain Timber company of Kalama,
Wash., begun suit last week attacking
the Industrial Insuranco law of Washing
ton. It contended that It denies to tho
state a republican form of government
and embodies an unreasonable taking of
firoperty without duo process of law. The
aw requires the company to pay Into the
state treasury 3V4 per cent of Its lumber
and railroad pay roll to creato a fund
for compensating Its Injured employes,
to bo administered by tho stato on rates
fixed by a commission. Similar laws havo
been enacted In Now York, Ohio, Michi
gan and California, but insurance with
tho state fund Is not compulsory In all
According to tho conservation depart
ment of tho Kqultablo Llfo Assuranco so
ciety, theie aro nbout twice as many
widows as widowers in tne unitm mates,
Tho census figures reveal thut there wore
3,176,000 widows nnd 1.471,000 widowers. It
Is further shown thnt thcro wero 10,201
widows below tho ago of 20 and only 1,110
widowers. H Is cstlmntcd that at lcust
40 per cent, or 1.270.O0O of theso widows
havo been robbed of their husbands by
dlseaso that can bo prevented or post
poned by ordinary and well-known pre
ventive measures. Ono of these methods
which Is extremely simple und lnox
penslvo has been adoptt according to a
recent report, by tho fTfcesldent of the
United States. It Is stated that ho has
a thorough physical examination by his
doctor onco a month for tho purposo of
detecting any tondency to breakdown or
to disease of any kind.
to be acted upon shortly at a meeting
of that body.
With tho closing ot this month's books
a record was achieved In that tho re
ceipts totaled 11,000. Considering tho sea
son of tho year It Is Indicative that the
wherewithal for keeping up excnscs Is
not going to bo troublcsomo from no at
on, Tho popularity of tho club Is In
creasing and to meet tho future deuiund
for mora space the directors havo secured
a long-timo lease upon twenty acres of
ground south and cast of tho present
grounds. This spaco Is now being used
by trap shooters.
At u meeting of the directors Saturday
tho following committees wero appointed
for tho ensuing year, tho first named In
each lustanco being chairman:
Finance Whltmore, Christlo and Iiloom,
Building and Grounds-Christie. Whlt
more and Wood.
House Dundoy, Williams, llrulley and
Kntortalnment Williams, Mellon and
Membership Pcgau, Pardun und Illoom.
Fish and Game Illoom, llrulley and
Trap Shooting Itogcrs, Bralloy and
Yachts Wo()Us, Dundey and King.
Motor Boats Itogurs, Dundey und
Canoes Mullen, King and Pardun.
Auditing llrulley, Mason und ltcfregler.
Athletics Pardun, Itogcrs und Mellon.
Klccted Officer Weuvcr, Dundoy and
MISS CECELIA EMIG WEDDED
AT ST CECELIA'S CATHEDRAL
A pretty home wedding of Huturday
night was thut of Mies t'eccllu Kmlg,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Peter Kmlg.
t33 llurdette street. Rev, Father Har
rington of St. Cecelia's cathedral offi
ciated, and a largo- company of Imme
diate relatives mostly from out of tho
city were present. Tho groom Is Ivun
Lyle Johnson of Thurman, lu. Miss
Kthel McGtbbon of Topeka, Knn., was
the bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
will make their homo In 8t. Joseph after
a wedding Journey to end February 93,
Among tho out-of-town guests werj
Mr. und Mrs, G. B. Splero of Columbus
und If. C. Smith ,of Chicago.
PAINTINGS ALL ON VIEW
THROUGH THE WEEK
Although several soles of paintings In
tho Fine Arts socloty's exhibit at the
public library havo been made. Mri.
Charles T. Kountze. chairman of the
committee In charge, has arranged to
keep the exhibit Intact through the com
ing week so the public may see all bo
fore any aro sold.
We are laanlnt- the most Itbersl noil.
cles consistent with good service to our
pnirons and Honest adjustment or ineir
FIDELITY AND CASUALTY
National Fidelity and Casualty Building
A little slip, An Income stopped Xlad he Insured
A hsary fall, a mouth or two, Bafor the fall,
A broken Urab, a doctor's bill, THJJ TRAVELERS would
No, that's not allt Th rent past due. Have paid It all.
MORAL! INSURE XIT TBI TRAVELERS.
TOM KELLY, "Tho Insurance Man."
Tyler 001. city National Bank Hulldlnff.
TIIH rOLI.OWIXG COMPANIES huahanthk hakktv in
Homo IiiHiirnnco Company. Phoenlv Insuinnco Company. Conti
nental Insurance Company. HprliiRfloltl Flro & Marino Insurnnco
Company. New Hampshire lnanrnuco Company. Liverpool nI
London ami Globe Insurance Company. Franklin Insuranco Com
pany. Western ANNitranro Company.
Brandeis Bldg. Phone Doug. 29
ARE YOU INSURED?
If not, we have the policy you want.
GREAT WESTERN POLICIES PAY.
H. 0. WILHELM, Manager.
Phono Douglas 3316. New Baird Building, Omaha, Neb.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Executive dffioes, Lincoln, Neb.
Administrative Offices, Rock' Island, 111.
Loads all olhors in Membership loads all others in
Insuranco in Forco leads all others in Fraternity,
having a great sanitarium whoro members may, with
out charge, receive treatment for Tuberculosis Tho
Groatcst Progressive Co-oporativo Organization.
For full information see any local camp clerk or doputy, or writo
A. R. TALBOT, Head Consul, M. W. of A.,
I'HtK, TOHXADO, AUTOSIOII1LK, PLATE GLASS, BOILER.
UUUHLAUy, HEALTH and ACCIDENT,
"li-Nt National Hank riullrilng.
FOR GLEE JJLUB CONCERT
Creighton .Men Boosting for the
Annual Concert Wednesday.
MANY OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
Alnninl from Over (lie Stntr Arc
I'lnuiiliiir to Conic fur the Ile
,ltul Scrrrnl ArlUlN lu
' He I'Vn tiirrd.
Crclgliton unlvfrnUy alumni uro rally
InK to tho HUpport of tho annual fonnul
aire clul) concert to ho Given ut tho
Urivptlcli theater Wednesday evening. A
lario number of old gradH from out In
thtl etato and hero In Omaha are taklnu
a groat Interest In tho outcoinn and will
AtironK tho out-of-town vUltora will bo
B. J. MoUcnnott. county attorney of
Duffiilo county, who will bring a iiuity
from Kearney. Mr. MoDermott Is ar
ranging plans for a trip to Koorney for
tho club later In tho year. From tho
sumo place will also como Captains Ches
ter Wells und Theodore Nelson of the
military acudemy, members of tho class
of MS at CrelKhton arts.
Prominent Omaha alumni who have
takon an uctlvo Interest are many,
anions them being J. A. C. Kennedy, II.
V. Uurkloy, Louis C. Nush, Robert Coti
nell, C. 11. Uugdalo. Ur. I., n. nushman
C. J, Smythc, Thomas J. McBhane and
N. C. I.cary. John O. Jamleson, alumnun,
will blng with the club.
l'rai-tlcally tho entlro student body will
be present unci many line parties havn
been arranged. The prlio offered by thn
management for tho dopnrtme.it relllng
thn most tlokets seems destined for the
The rhl Ilho Sigma frat of tho medical
ami the (lamma ICtu Oamma of tho law
will give box parties. Tho boxes will be
decorated with their colors. Thlrty-flvo
freshmen and twenty-one seniors of tho
arts college will give lino parties.
Mme. Lucille Htevcuson, soprano, of
Chicago, und Mme. Mario von ITpschuld,
personal friend of 'Carmen Bylvla," queen
of lUimanU, will bo featurod by the club.
Lloyd (1. Thompson and l'ua! !. Har
rington, students, with homes at Grand
Inland and Denver, respectively, will ap
pear in solo numbers, Frank ('. llddek,
pharmacy student, will accompany tho
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MlbWKHT LIFH INSURANCE COM
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Because every Nebrasknn wants a pros
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Insurance company helps make prosperity
for thn tntr TIia in,l.. t. .t
development of Nebraska Institutions
iivuiib ii uurrcsiinmiing increase noin In
the population and wealth of tho state.
Successful enterprises nnd a prosperous
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11 Ufa insurance I or for premium
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Insnranc. The Midwest Life
N. Z. SNELL, Phkhidknt
A NEBRASKA STOCK COMPANY
JELLING NON-rARTIClrATING UTE INSURANCS ONLY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING LINCOLN,
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THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER
Insurance in Forco
Fhono Uouglns 722.
is putting out now policies
that furnish tho greatest
amount of life insuranco
at tho lonst cost.
numbers given by the club, while Jean V.
Liuffleld will accompany the artists.
Tho stage sotting Is kept a secret by
tho management. - who are planning n
surprise cijual to that of the houso party
of last year.
Tho afternoon lecture at tho university
auditorium Is attracting much attention
from tho mustc lovers of tho city and It
Is feared the auditorium will bo unablo
to meet the demands .of tho gathering.
At this tlmo JIme. Von Unschuld will
lecture on tho "technical training neces
sary for a piano player" and will Illus
trate her lecture by moving picture films.
TWO BANKRUPTCY SUITS
ARE FILEDJN THIS CITY
Two suits In bankruptcy havo been
filed in tho United. States district court,
ono being a voluntary petition ana the
other an involutary one.
Alleging that tho Omaha Can company
Is insolvent, tho Washington Tin Plate
company, tho Hlbbard-Spcnccr-Uartlett
company and tho Wright & Wllhelmy
company have asked that that concern
bo adjudged bankrupt.
SOUTH OMAHA FIREMAN
HELD UP ON STREET
Two holdups were reported to tho police
last night A. T. Milliner. Twenty-fifth
und IJ streets. South Omaha, was held
up as ho was waiting for a street car
ut Twonty-fourth and Martha ntreets. and
robbtd of t9.5dl J. II, Ilannagan. a South
Omahu city fireman, waa robbed of It
at Twcnty-Fourth and Valley street,
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