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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1915)
ECHOES OF THE AN1MOOM
Virions, Lodges Have Kumeroui
rrograms for Coming Week
PLAISS FOR, MONDAY HOLIDAY
Oovert lodrs No. 11, Ancient, Free ud
Aocptl Masons, will lv an tntertstn
tnsnt at th Scottish Rite cathedral Fri
day vcninit. Ths ppoirram conalsta of
maslcsJ entertainment, dancing anJ
Fraternal X nloa.
Mondamln lodje No. 1U of the Fraternal
Aid Union held a masquerade tall at Bay
right's hall last Tuerday evening at which
atx prises were given. Ming Ida Johnson
received first prise for the women. Mtaa
Lot Us Samuelaon aacond prlsa and Mrs.
Catrla Carman third, in tha men'e prima
Frank Koster received first, J. Heln see
ond and George W. Carmen third.
Can Gordon Now . Order of Scottish
flans, held a regular meeting February
ML Thers was a large numbe j of mem
kera present A special program will be
given March 8. " '
Trlb mi Be Hap.,
Mecca court No, IS, Tribe of Pen Hur,
will give a card party nest Thursday
avanlng, February 25, for the membera
and their friends. Prises and refresh
ment!. . ' .
BMW S .
Loyal council. No. 234$, haa arranged for
a dance to be given at their hall in the
Swedish Auditorium building next Friday
evenlnK, with the usual orchestra music.
Last Friday evening the degree start
amplified tha floor work In Initiating sev
eral new membera.
Benson Eagles, aerie No. 1302, gava an
other popular ball last ' night at their
hall. It waa largely attended. Tho pro
ceeds were given to the drill team of the
order. Refreshments ' were a pleasing
Benson Danish Sisterhood.
About 145 was cleared by the Danish
Sisterhood masque ball given Valentine's
night, and nearly 200 attended. - Hall and
banquet room were decorated In the Pan-
THE OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: FEBUUAKY 21, 1915.
"Nobby Tread" Tires Enable ibis Fire Wagon
to Make 50 Miles an Hour
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The Conncrsville, Indiana, Fire Department' ninety horse power
motor wafon is shown in the picture above.
In construction it ii practically identical with the pleasure car which
is made by the McFarlan Motor Company, ha builders.
Upon the- recommendation of the McFarlan Motor Company a
engineers, this car was equipped with "Nobby Tread," Tires.
It is capable, pf 50. miles an hour under its full load, i This enable
the fire department to reach the farthest limit of fire protection in less
than three minutes from the Kre house.
The manufacturers say they do not consider solid tires suited for thai
type of apparatus. They hare decided that "Nobby Treads" are the
correct tire for speed, safety, and low cost
The eoatumea were especially
and handsome , prises were
' Bsia Refeekahs. ' .
' Next j Wednesday. venlng;) Benson Re.
bckahs will give a publlo Hard Times
party at tha Odd Fellows' hall. Refresh
ments and prises will acid to the evenjt.
Fir In the Wlemam.
' Tha council tire of Fontenelle tribe No.
TS, Improved Order of Red Men, still
burns at tha wigwam ia . the Continental
block. ' "We are growing slowly but
surely, and all brothers express their de
light at our progress," says tha chief.
"The warriors bring In a scalp most every
moon, enough to keep the hunting knives
and warclubs In place and ready for us.'
Next Monday steep tha tribe will oele
hrate Washington's birthday. All tha
brothers are urged to ba present and
bring with them their paleface male
friends. Tha great chiefs of the reserva
tion of Nebraska are expected to ba proe-
ent to greet their subordinate chiefs and
warriors on that night
WooJars of tha World.
U pa camp No. 183, . entertained Its
members at . a social on last Tuesday
evening. A literary and mimical program
waa given by the children of members
of this camp, and was enjoyed by all.
ZtskUv Dab camp No. 115 waa pleas
antly entertained last Thursday at Its
hall on Seventeenth street. South Otnafia,
Pert Paragraphs )6h the Greatest Auto
Show the West Has Ever Produced
by Ite officers. Frank Benak, clerk, and
O. Hummul, oonaul eommandnr. Refresh
ments were served.
Faj.plo camp No. will hold a card
social at Its hall In Benson. Tuesday
evening. Its officer. F. A. McArdle,
clerk, and J. C. McArdle, consul com
mander, promise several swd entertain
ments In the hopes that It will Instill
soma activity among tha membera of this
once prosperous camp.
Tha banquet given by Commercial
camp No. 4TS at the Rome hotel, Thurs
day evening, was a decided success.
Over SOO Omaha representative business
men were present, and pledged loyalty
to tha fraternal organisation. All the
supreme officers of the ordor were pres
ent, as well aa the board of managers.
hlch added greatly to tha success of
the gathering. The entertainment con-
slated of speeches by W. A. Fraeer,
sovereign commander: J. T. Tstes, sov
ereign clerk; J. K. Fltsgorald, chairman
of the board of 'managers, and John R.
Cain, jr., vice president of tha state bank
of Omaha and banker trt Commercial
camp. Tbla waa followed by a cabaret
performance and minstrel show. Tha de
taila of the entertainment were In charge
of tha officers Of tha camp, and great
credit should ba given them for Its great
Tha danoa given by W. A. Fraser
camp No, 4 at Armbrust hall. Twenty
fourth and Vinton streets, Friday evening.
was largely attended, and waa a decided
success. Bob Wlnkleman, eonsul com
mander, haa promised tha camp another
(entertainment of tha same kind,' and all
membera ara looking forward to an en
Alpha camp No. 1 will give a progres
siva high five party at Barlght's hall.
Nineteenth and Farnant atreeta, Tuesday
evening for Its membera, their families
and friends. A cordial and fraternal In
vitation la extended to the members of
Omaha-Seymour camp No. 14 to attend.
Next Saturday evening Benson Danish
Brotherhood lodga No. 804 will hare an
oyster supper and social at tha Benson
Auditorium. An auction sale will feature
Knights of tho Maccabees.
Omaha tent No. 75 will have a special
entertainment for members only on next
Monday evening. A good program haa
kun nrenared. Refreshments . will be
Garfield - circle, Ladles of the Grand
Army of the Republic, will meet with Mrs.
Vroman, 2927 Seward street, Tuesday aft
ernoon at S o'clock.
Monday evening Garfield circle gava a
memorial service to commemorate tha
birthdays of Washington and Lincoln at
even though it was away up in the cor
ner of the balcony, was packed every
hour of the week, Our orders have been
big, . our admirers, many,: and the show
a big success from every angle. The way
the Allen car took convinces me that the
Allen car is going to enjoy a great year. I have never
visited an automobile show that has given me ;more satisfaction
both from an attendance and from a business standpoint.
Standard Motor Car Company
Nothing was proven
r-jj more eminently
week than the fact
that the age of
light cars is here.
The buyers at the show have in their purchases clearly demon-,
strated that the light 'car is where the big volume of business is
going to ba done. The Bphinx being one of the few -that make one chassis only have
made many sales possible to dealers who have agencies for high priced, large cars, but
who do not niklce anything tinder $900 or $1,000. , From the first day our demonstrators
arrived we have made sales to people who have thought it impossible to. buy a car,
with a real car look, at so low a price, $695, fully equipped,, electrio . lighted, . electric ,
V. -E. M. REYNOLDS, m$?SS&'
J. R. Jameson of the
"Seventy Overlands into
this territory this, month,
what more could I say
regarding this great show
and this year's great
Momorlal hall, many member being
dressed In costumes of that period. The
hall was appropriately decorated and tha
program was both varied and pleasing.
Vnlform hive No. SR. Indies ot the
Maccabees, announces a masquerade ball
FYlday evening, February W, at Myrtle
hall, Fifteenth and Iuglaa strcelA
Prises will be given.
Pyne Tells of Insult
' to Gerard's Party
in Berlin Theater
NEW TOrtK. Feb. Details of the In
cident In a Berlin theater when the Amer
ican ambassador. Jasnea M. Gerard, and a
party of Americana were criticised be
cause they were conversing In English,
were described today by 11, LJvtngton
Fyne, private secretary to Ambassador
Gerard, who reached hero on the IaisI
tanla. The theater party. My Fyha said,
was composed of the embassador. Grant
Smith, secretary of tha American lecar
tlon at Vienna, Mr. Fyne and another
"We were sitting In a bo," Mr. Pyne
said, "talking In a low tone. An occupant
of aa adjoining box In a loud volca said
That Inasmuch as Germany waa at war
with Fngland, the Rngllsh lauguage was
out of, place In a German theater.' lie
waa expressing his objections loudly
when a German sttting near by 'rose to
his feet and stopped hint, saying "Bit
down; don't you see those gentlemen ara
"At the same time several men from
other parts of tha audlnnoa approached
and tha disturber was escorted from tha
theater. Immediate apologies wera of
fered by tha theater attendants and Gar
man residents In tha audience; and after
wards an official apology came from tha
Berlin city authorltlea.'
Asked about reported shortage of food
supplies In Germany, Mr. Pyne aald:
"So far aa I could sea, when I left
Berlin no serious shortaga waa apparent.
Prices for foodstuffs had not materially
advanced, although thera waa little white
bread to ba had. Theaters were running,
restaurants wera well patronised and tha
Germans were confident that their armies
would ha successful."
Mr. Pj-rs expects to return to Berlin In
a tew week. .
New Madrid, Mo.
NEW MADRID, Mo., Feb. S0.-A the
result of the warnings of "night riders'
that they must leave tha district before
Tuesday morning, nearly X) negroes left
New Madrid county last night and this
morning. Possibly as many more ara pre
paring to depart before the time limit
aspires. Thus far thera has been no ylo
lence. Tha negroes, most of whom are
employed on farms In this county, will
be severely dealt with unless they obey,
the order announces, and It la expected
that much trouble will result. Tha sheriff,
M. J. Kimes haa asked Governor Major
t? send mllltla to help him restore order.
The order for the negroes to leave was
not based on any specific objectionable
act. It la said, but on lll-frnllng n tha
part of some whites who believed negroes
wera doing work tha whites should have.
The trouble between the whites and the
negroes seems to hara Its orlgvn In the
land rental system.
Last December tha white renters de
manded a reduction from M to tc en acre.
The noames were content to continue
paying $1, and when new rent contracts
were drawn up In January mora negroes
than ever were given places on tha
farms. rlscontent among the poor whites
then developed. The mora prosperous
whites have condemned the raid.
Investors with money read the Real
Estate ads In The Bee. Advertise your
property for a quick sale.
in City of Mexico
Held for Ransom
WASHINGTON1. Feb. 20.-A11 the native
Roman Catholic clergy In Mexico City
ara being held for $A0j0 ransom, official
advices from diplomatists In tha Mexican
capital received here tor.ay aay, and tha
only priests exempted are those of for
PM.1JV10 nq sai ohm 'Xupiuouiia tii
to leave tha country.
Smails Named for
WASHINGTON. Feb. stX-Preeldeni
Wilson, today nominated tha following
Nathaniel W. Smalls, Fremont, Neb,
John O. Foster, Baker. Ore.
E3. Xj. Campbell, Eugene, Ore.
iJie Grand Piano
"An Artistic MarYe!"
A fascinating new model
small apartment alz and
delightful Unas, that has
a tone equal in
w a t nesa and
depth to any
Grand of stand
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MANY USED PIANOS
ON SALE AT GIVE AWAY PRICES.
This Is the Six You Have Wanted
at a Surprising New Price ,
For the iNew Season
NOWcomos tho only high grado six cylinder motor car of .standard sizo .for.
less than $1,300. Tho Chandler! This identical car last summor ; broko ,
sales records nt $1,595 and sot a standard in tho light six market. . Two years
ago, lacking many of its present refinements, it was a sensation at $1,785.
And now, with raaxuntnn production, with an over .
And yet here it. is today, the class and standard
maker of the market, with the price for this season
fixed at $1,295. :
How can Chandler do it when similar cars still
"Bell from two to five hundred dollars highert
The Chandler Company has made money from the
day that first of the light sixes took the road. The
Chandler has pointed the way, every step of the way.
head expense so small that it astounds other manu
facturers, with no old loads to carry and no old scores
to wipe out, and with our' working capital of real ;
money, we have set this record-breaking price. t
The Chandler for the new season is identicallr
and positively the same model the whole country ad
mired so much at $1,595. We will continue it through
out ihe season at the new price.
At this new Price the pioneer Chandler retains absolutely every feature of construction and quality
that has made it a leader of light sixes. You will find all these features on the Chandler and
NOT on any other six selling for less than $2000.
Gray & Darix elactrio itarting motor.
"Gray & Da via electrio generator.
Enclosed lilent chain for driving motor
Botch spark pltigs.
Mayo genuine Mercedes type radiator.
Imported annular ballbearing through-
Worm-bevel rear axle.' '
Cast aluminum motor base extending: sol
idly from frame to frame, giving rigid-,
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pedestals cast integral for magneto,
pump and generator; and obviating
necessity for dirty, rattly sheet metal
Oiling system completely contained with,
in tho motor; no outside piping.
Genuine hand-buffed leather (not
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Luxurious streamline body, with clean
running boards. - t
Golde patent one-man top, with Jiffy car J
tains. . -',(''
Large gasoline tank carried in rear.
Firestone demountable tires.
Motor-driven horn, speedometer and tH
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