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THR OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: MAY If,. 1 !!..
LITTLE JOR PAPER
V. A. Hnie Saji Order GiTet Leu
' for Publication of Official
Orgtn Than Other Societies.
EXAMU7ERS SHOW THIS TO BE SO
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM ;
Workmen Hare Blunder Corrected
in Report of Cost of Their
INCREASE Itf THE RATES
Loral members oT the A.k nt Order of
t'nlted Workmen who attended the
grand lodge at Lincoln last week are
denouncing what thejr say la blunder
Omaha Camp No. 120, M. W. A., Champion Drill Team .
V. A. Hum of Norfolk, editor of the, made bjr the at ate Inaurance commla
Kehraska Workman, the official organ aloner'a office . In criticising the older In
f tha Ancient Order of T'nlted Work- onnectlon with the price paid for the
men of Nebraaka, who waa In Omaha !cfflclal organ, the Nebraska Workman,
during tha day, aald that It waa unfor-jlhe Inaurance rommlaaloner made an
tunate that the Ft ate Inauranoa commit- 'official atatement saying that the pub.
e'en Issued an erroneous official state-illoatlon waa coating tha order 14 ienta
reent concerning tha price paid by the; a copy, wherraa other order were pay-
Ar.clent Order of t'nlted workmen for lng front t to 4 centa. The commlmlon
It would hare been leaa , unfortunate.
be aald. If the mlatake had not occurred
on the eve of tha grand lodge, where It
aa used In a political way.
The atate Inaurance rommlaaloner gave
out a statement that the Nebraaka Work
man waa coating the order 14 centa a
copy, which would amount to 1140 .1 thoua
and coplea, or It.tW) a month.
"The truth of the matter la, aa waa
eatahllehed at tha recent grand lodge
easlon." aald Mr. Huae, "that the Ne
braaka Workman la costing only 14 centa
a ropy, or tll.JO per thouaand coplea,
which la the loweat price being paid for
any official lodge publication that the
fate Insurance commissioner's office waa
able to locate. Some other ordere, the
commlseloncr admitted, are paying aa
bitch aa 4 centa a copy, or 140 a thouaand."
Whan the Inaurance department'! at
tentlon waa called to the error the rom
mlaaioner corrected the mlaetatement by
earing that the examiners had quoteo the
lrloe per year Inatead of the prlite, per
' copy and that. In fact, the price per copy
la ltt centa. and that thla la lower than
' the coat of other almllar publications, the
price In many caaea being 4 centa per
opy or higher.
M r-1 1 a Eili Harmoniously.,
local membera of the order, returning
from Lincoln, aay that the grand lodge
session " ended harmoniously and that
rroepects for tta growth were never bet
ter. The outgoing offlrlMe: Orand Mas
ter Workman A. M. Walling. Grand Re
corder T. C. Whlttleaey and Orand True
tea 3. H. Bennett of Omaha, were given
unanlmoua vote of thanks tor their
faithful and efficient performance of
duty and the entire membership Is now
'loyally behind the new muster workman.
Frank A. Anderaon. The grand lodge
'made an Increase In ratea. Every penny
of the order'a funda waa correct' y ae.
counted for, according to the atate ex-
Second of Lusitania
Blasts from Inside
BRRUN. May 14 (Via Amsterdam to
London. May, 15). From the report re
ceived from the auhmarlne which Bank
the Cunard Una steamer tialtanla
Friday the following official version of
the Incident la published by the admiralty
stuff under the signature of Admiral
"The auhmarlne algfited the steamer,
which showed no flag, on May 7 at ?:20
o'clock, central European time, afternoon,
on the aoutheast coast of Ireland, In fine
"At 3:10 o'clock one torpedo waa fired
at the Luettaiila, which hit Its starboard
aide below the captain's bridge. Tho
detonation of the torpedo waa followed
Immediately by a further explosion of
extremely strong effect. The ship quickly
listed to starboard and began to sink.
"The aecond exploalon must be traced
back to the Ignition of quantities of am
munition Inside the ship.
Rush of Germans to
Become U. S. Citizens
NEW YORK. May 15,-Slnoe the einklng
tf the Lusitania the number of Germans
applying for naturalisation In thla city
bat Increased nearly 3(0 per cent, it waa
stated today by Naturalization Commis
sioner Weiser In the federal building. Mr.
WeUer added that tha great eat number
of applications for some time had come
from Russians and that the Germane
were at the toot of the' list until recently,
OSWALD DIDNT CARE
IF FATHER NEVER CAME
With muddy toea, a tousled white head,
a pleaaant grin, and a regular Wlllard
punch In hie right arm, little 4-year-old
Oswald Anderson of Fifth-and Locuat
streets, spent nearly four hours at police
headquarters last night.
He knew hla name waa Oswald. He wm
not so euro about hla last name. That
was what made It neorasary for him
to atay ao long.
He didn't mind the stay. He boxed
with tho officers, showing them all the
lateat turns In Wlllardlam and all the
hae-been alaahes of Bat Nelaon. Ha
wrestled with the station Towaer. rolled
on the floor, puked a muddy toe Into the
doy's eye. giggled, and didn't rare a
cent whether hla mother or father called
for htm or not.
About 11 o'clock the offluera got the
parents over the telephone.
They had lost him about o'clock, and
had been greatly worried, but had never
thought of calling the police for Infor
mation. Ho Pa Anderaon came to tbe
station and got hla wandering child.
era auditors after several days' delay
edmltted that they had made a blunder,
aa the contract price for the Nebraaka
Workman la only 1V cent per copy,
ehlch Is a lower price than the Insurance
department has been able to find for
rny other almllar publication.
The srarlon of tho grand lodge. It la
said, was harmonious In every may and
the outgoing officers. Grand Master
Workman A. M. Waiting. Orand Recorder
f. C. Whlttleaey and Grand Trustee
.'olm H. . Bennett, were all given a vote
of appreciation for their efficient and
faithful performance of the dutlea en
trusted to them.. The rates of the order
wie inrreaaed according to a plan sub
mitted by Judge Walling, and the proa
pec ta for. the order'a proaperity and auo-
ceas were never better. The state Insur
ance department found that every penny
of lodge funda wes property accounted
for The reaerv fund, which had de
creased to 1130,000. has been used during
the last four years In meeting death
In the matter of loana on Nebraaka
lends,, the casee In which Interest Is de
llnquet are cases In which foreclosure
have been begun. These cases are sur
prisingly few when It la considered that
hundreds of thousands of dollara are In
vested In farm land securities.
The new grand master, Frank A. An
deraon. is a graduate of state university.
Omaha captured the next convention
for 1917. .
Woodmen of the World.
"chiller camp No. MM will hold an open
meeting at Ita hall, - the German home.
4408 Houth ' Thirteenth atreet, Thuradar
evening, May JO, at t o'clock. Members
of the ramp are asked to bring one guest
each. Fred Aklcnke, the clerk of the
camp, has charge of the entertainment.
Comenlua camp No. T will give an en
tertainment Saturday evening, May 23,
at Mets hall. Thirteenth and William
streets, at I o'clock. A musical program
l.ss been prepared.
Cedar Wood ramp No. 1 Is arranging
(or An entertainment a duplicate of one
held last October. ' It was so successful
In Increasing the camp membership that
Vaclav Opocensky, clerk, has decided to
hold a series of . entertainments, the first
on ily J4. . . , ' .
Fbuth Omaha camp No. til will hold
a meeting Wednesday evening, May 19,
to . hear .a'.report of the ' committee' In
rharrfeof entertainment recently Inaug
urated for boosting, purposes.
German-American camp No. 104 will en
tertain on Wednesday evening. May W,
at National hall, 1401 South Thirteenth
Nebraska. Mpa camp No.' in will meet
on Thursday evening, May M, at Tel Jed
Sokol hall. Thirteenth and Dorcas gtreete,
to enjoy a musical entertainment.
Welc ome Grove No. 54, Woodmen Circle,
haa arranged a unique entertainment for
the children of the membera of the grove
and the members of Druid camp under
the age-of 11 years for Baturday after
noon; May ,'from !;! to 4:, at Druid
hall. Twenty-fourth and Ames avenue.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
A special anind. lodge aeaalon waa held
at Laurel, Neb., last week, which was at
tended by rtrand Master Harnlah, Deputy
Giand Master Qreenleaf and Orand Bee
detary Gage. . . The twenty-one lodgea
representing the Northwest Nebraska Odd
Ftllows' association had representatives
In attendance and the grand lodge de
tree waa conferred upon twenty-four can
didates. Four degrees were exemplified
and the session 'lasted from early In the
aflrrnocn until daylight of the follow
In. morning, Hiipper waa served by the
Ilehekahs from o'clock In the afternoon
until after unldtiUht. There were more
than 500 04d Flelowa in attendance and
the grnnd lodgo-offioers leport thla to bo
one of the moat successful special ses
sions of the year. The session was held
in the new hall of Laurel lodge No. 122.
Wasa lodge No. 19) will have a elasa nc
nine eendldatee for- the seoond degree
work next Wednesday evening.
Dannebrog lodce No. It will have work
In the aecond degree next Friday night.
A new hall haa been finished up on the
second floor of Odd Fellows building for
the vae of Eire Millard canton No. 1.
The first neetlng of tho canton was held
in its new nuartere last Thursday even
lng a much enthusiasm waa aroused
ovur the possibilities of the future growth
of the canton.
Military Order of the I oiled "tales
The annual meeting of the Nebraska
rommimdory of the Military order of tho
Vnlted btatea vres held Monday evening
May 10. .The following officer were
elected for the ensuing year: Commander,
Samuel B. J on re; senior vice commander.
John P. White; Junior vice oommander.
H. D. Wllaon; recorder. Frank B.
Bryant; reulstrar, M R. Gllmora: treas
urer. Edward Vpdlke; chancellor, J.
Warren Kelfer, Jr ; chaplain, Rev. Louis
f -A". ),V v h f X2
U r 11 :r ' - ' I
Commissioner Jardine of the depart
ment of puhllo Improvements aays he In
tend to Interest bualneeo men In the
wholesale district with -the necessity of
repaying Pk-rce and Paolf'.c streets esst
of Tenth street, a portion of Jackson
I street east of Tenth and 8lxth and
I Peventh etreets north of Fierce,
j Mr. Jardine declares these streeta are
dangerously rough and should be Im
I proved without delay. He states that
(the granite blocks now serving as a sur-
WITH SHALL PIMPLES
I Itched Badly. Disfigured for Time
Delngi USGU lUlllUla ouap aim
Ointment. Made Complexion
Clearer. Face Entirely Healed.
New Cambria, Ma "The first thing I
besan to notice some eruptions on my face.
face may be rrlald upon a new base of j They were small pimples forming. They
concrete, the present base beln? aand.
which la easily dislodged.
The commissioner also urgea repaying
Military avenue north of the railroad
For Tueaday evening thla week at the
Boyd theater a special event Is scheduled.
It la to bo Modern Woodmen night and
the feature between acts will be the ex
pert performance of the champion drill
team of America.
This organization, from camp Nov 120
of Omaha, haa a most unusual record.
For fifteen years It baa been commanded
by Captain II. C. Martena, and during
that time it has competed In thirty drill
contests and won twonty-two first prlxes.
Every national encampment the team haa
attended, and during the many competi
tions haa failed but once In winning a
In march formations and expertners' In
the manual of arma the performance of
this team haa the precision of clock
work. The twenty men move as one
man. Their exhibition haa a spirit and
accuracy and an unfailing aureneas of
movement which will please most thoac
spectators who best understand military
For drill and movements thla team haa
a record ' of the .hlgheat . score ever
achieved by any of the hundreds of
similar orgajilxatlona In the Modern
"Woodmen of America. It is anticipated
that their work Tuesday evening will be
the very best they have ever done.
the attendance prise. The lodge will en
tertain with a dance at the hall. Nine
teenth and Farnam streeta, the evening
of May IS.
apanlsti War Veterans.
General Henry W. Lawton auxiliary
No. 1 to Lee Forby camp No. 1 will
meet In Memorial hall Wednesday eve
ning. Important Memorial day plana for
Good Feed in Sight
For Visitors to
Tha entire office force of Hastings
Iteyden la going to enjoy a plcnlo in the
grove of "Benson Gardens," Tueaday
cfternoon at 4,10.
The idea of this r'cnle la to have the
office force pass opinion on the kind of
food that la to be furnished all who come
to. Benson Gardens every Saturday and
Sunday. Free lunch will be served, on
these days and the public wilt be Invited
to partake of the hospitality of thla
firm. They will employ a regular chef
to prepare the food for their visitors,
end It Is understood that they will serve
the same kind of luncheon for which they
have gained considerable reputation on
aocount of the aeveral real estate barbe
ouea they have held the last two or three
Otis Elevator Co.
Buys New Location
Another 124.000 real estate sale haa Just
eome to light In the sale of what waa
formerly the Skinner macaroni plant tvt
Twelfth and Jackson streeta to the Otis
Elevator company, which has been oper
ating an Omaha branch at 1116 Howard
atreet. The McCague Inveatment com
pany made the deal. The Otla company
la to move into the new quartera julv 1.
Their lease on their present location, 1210
Howard atreet expires at that time.
'We will make some repairs In the new
place to give ua a good office and serv
ice station," said R. W. Gardner, vice
president and manager of the Omaha
plant. . The headquarters of the Otis com
pany are In Chicago. The company has
for some time, however, maintained an
extensive branch In Omaha.
The Skinner building, which they will
now occupy, la a three-story brick atruc
turo WxlS feet
GEORGE FALCONER DIES
AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
George Falconer, operator In the en
graving department of The Bee Publish
ing company, died last night at hla home,
2114 Maple street aged 17 yeara He had
been 111 only etnoe last Baturday of
Mr. Falconer lived with his mother.
Mrc Margaret Falconer. He waa one of
the mat skilful halftone camera opera
tors In tho city. He learned hla trade
at the Baker Brothers' plant and for
three yeara had been In the employ of
The Bee. He was well known In Omaha
aa a aml-profeatonal base ball player,
having been fielder on tbe Btors Triumph
and other teams ror a numtwr or era- telling stories and
and other teams Tor a numoer oi seasons.
Besides hla mother, Mrs. Margaret
Falconer, be leaves throe brother. Allea
I. Falconer of ptack at Falconer, un
derUkers: Arthur Falconer, teller at the
Merchants' National bank, and Torn KaU
coiutr, and two alstera. Mlae Helen Fal
coner and Mrs. Devtd C. Allen of ChJ-
Fmme B. Manchester grove No. U4
gave a dance : Thursday evening at tha
I The uniform rank of Banner lodge No.
11 will give a card party and dance on
Thursday. May at Myrtle hall. Fif
teenth and Dougtaa ativeta. six prises
will be given.
NEW APARTMENT HOUSE
TO HAYE REASONABLE PRICES
The Wayne apartment that Is Just be-
Ing completed consists of eighteen two
and three-room apartments. The rwner
l lanned to build an apartment house that
v.ould meet the demand for good value
at a small rental. Each apartment con
e'sts of dining room, living room, kitchen
snd bath, also built-in bed In the living
rocm. and will rent for 121 to per
In planning the Wayne apartment no
detail of comfort and convenience haa
been omitted. The entire building Is fin
ished in oak and birch, and each apart
ment la equipped with a gas range, re
frigerator and many other conveniences
ro necessary to particular tenanta. Each
tenant also haa the privilege of using
tbe gas drier and modern laundry In the
It is located at Twenty-eighth and
Dewey avenue. Tenants can arrange. If
they deelre, to have any apartment fur
Ushed at an additional coat of IS per
Hastings 4k Harden will have the man
agement of thla building, and already re
pert that a number of apartments have
BRIEF CITY NEWS
tf ave Boot Print n Now Beacon Preas
Slootrlo Fane Burgeas-Oranden Co
Jota the T. M. C. A. on the special
aummer membership plan. Then use It
"Todays Complete Movie rroffraaa'
classified seotlon today, and appears la
The Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out wkal
tho various moving picture theaters offer.
Mo aununer list trp xa Business II
your office is properly located., readily
found and easily accessible. For s.ioh
office apply to tho superintendent of the
Bee building, "the building that Is always
new." room lot
Three Women Ask Divorces Mrs.
Blanche Armstrong haa brought suit for
divorce against Robert A., alleging
cruelty. Mrs. Erva Scott Is suing Ver
non, on the ground of non-support. Mrs.
Mary Ann Wood charges Harry Wood
Twelve Z.ads Bteal raea . Twelve
South Omaha boys from- to II years
of age, were concerned In the stealing
of brass and tools from Union Pacific,
box oars and tool houae, according to
charges made In Juvenile court wnnn half
a dosen of theao urchins appeared to face
Alaxuito Issoee Pamphlet The Ala
mlto Sanitary Dairy company haa laaued
a pamphlet entitled "Pure Milk." It
la put up In' magaslne form and Is placed
on all the news stands, where H looks
like a regular magaslne. It oontalna many
articles of Interest to housewives, writ
ten by leading experts.
Want Kaantaotnrora' Parade A man
ufacturers' parade for a part of the Ak-Sar-Ben
attractions is being considered
by the Omaha Manufacturers aasocla
tlon. The directors of tbe association
have addressed a letter to the. members
asking their opinion on the matter and
their attitude toward such a project
Oa Jitney Begnlatioa The . Omaha
Manufacturers' association wants to know
something In regard to how Jitneys are
regulated In other cities. The associa
tion's committee on insurance and taxa
tion Is conducting an investigation in re
gard to these matters, with a view to
making some recommendation for the
regulation of theae individual carriers.
Sard P. KUler to cture "The Val
ley of Peace" will be the subject of jl
lecture by Burd. F. Miller at Theooophtcal
hall, suite 701 Bee building. Sunday even
ing at I o'clock. The subject will deal
with the devotional side of every day
life and the speaker will endeavor to
show how Individuals of every clsss may,
by devotion to Ideals, reach a suir-con-sctousnea.
Grand Island Hotel
Had "Tip-Off" System
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. May lB.-Sne-clal
Telegram.) In a combined sheriffs
and police raid on the four-story Bo
ajuette hotel two men and two girls were
arrested and a lot of beer seised tonight.
Mr. Boquettc, Jr.. and a Hastings younff
man were taken to the headquarters and
all four are under bonds to appear to
morrow. Tho raid resulted In the dis
covery of the hotel's secret tlpplng-off
system, an appliance in the floor auto
matically putting out or flickering .the en
tire lighting system of the hotel.
Previous raids have frequently proved
failures and the officers of the law claim
tonight to have solved the mystery.
JOE P0TACH SUBDUES
FOUR MEN TOGETHER
Officer Joe Potach of South Omaha se
cured the record for live patrolmen of the
city last night when he subdued ' four
men who attacked him, following his or
der that they move on.
Ho came upon Jim Peca, Gus Kugust,
Jim Gruskus and Tom George, Greeks,
near the corner of Twenty-sixth and N
streets at , 10:90 while -they were In a
boisterous mood. To hla .order to move
they replied by an attack, when Potach
fiught the four and brought them all to
the police station unaided. Hla only dee
oration was a black eye. ....
Orders U. S. Cruiser
10 AlQ laQUl itedS! Soap and Ointment were and
try them. After I used them
WASHINGTON. May 14,-Becretary
Daniels late today ordered the cruiser
New Orleana from Manxanlllo to Gua
mas, Mexico, to Join the cruiser Raleigh
In rendering any relief possible to the
colony of Americana attacked by Indians
In the Taqul valley, fifteen or twenty
mllea inland. '
LOS ANGELES. May 14-Tbe Taqula
are retreating, .according to a message
received here which ronflrma the death
of four Americana The settlers are pur-S"in-
them. . ,
Malvern to Have
MALVERN. Ia.. May 15.-(Specll Tel
egram. At a special, election held here
today If waa "decided that the town
wanted a Carnegie library. The proposi
tion carried, there being 118 votes for and
14 against. Both men and women par
ticipated In the election. The condltiona
exacted are that the town ahall maintain
the building and the election waa held
for the purpose of voting 110,000 of main
tenance bonds. - tt is expected that the
building will cost about 176,000.
would itch ao badly that I could hardly
keep from picking at them. When I did It
eremed as If they kept spreading. I was
disfigured for the time being: my face was
totally covered with the pimples. They
were so bad I hated to have a person see
my face. It was in this condition a year or
I read In the paper of how good OuMcnro
I reeulved to
try them. After I used them several times
they seemed to heal the places and make my
complexion clearer. I spread the Ointment
on my race and let It remain for about five
minutes and then washed It off with very
hot water and Cutlcura Soap. My face was
entirely healed." (Signed) Miss Floaele
Bepworth, June 30. 1014.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment do so much
for poor complexions, red, rough hands, and
dry, thin and falling hair, and cost so little,
that It Is almost criminal not to nse them.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With 3 3-p. Sldn Book on request Ad
drees post-card "Cutlcura, Dept. T, Bos
ton." Bold throughout tbe world.
THE HAIR BEAUTY
THAT BELONGS TO YOU
HIRAM LEEPER GOES
BACK TO FEDERAL PRISON
Hiram LeeperT arrested In Milwaukee by
federal authorities as the result of In
vestigation by Hugh Mills, local govern
ment secret service agent, has been re
sentenced to. the federal prison at At
lanta, Ga., for tampering with federal
Lee per" ralaed a it bill to a bill calling
for 20 and paaaed it on I. Wlntroub.
grocer at 1110 South Tenth street, several
The case was turned over to De
tective Mills by the local police, and the
arrest followed a week later In Mil
waukee. . There It developed that Lee per
had been sentenced to serve fifteen years
by a federal Judge at Baltimore. Md., a
year ago, for a similar offense. He
escaped from the ' penitentiary on last
Christmas night. ' .
RANCHMAN AT MITCHELL
IS KILLED BY LIGHTNING
MITCHELL, Neb, May 15,-CSpedal
Telegram.) Charles Strey, a well-known
ranchman living six miles north of Mit
chell, was struck and instantly killed by
lightning at S o'clock this afternoon while
closing a- gate at hla home place. Ho
was 35. years-old and leave a widow
and three children.'
So many who have long known that
hair beauty was certain to follow upon
systematic hair care have been loath to
commence what they mistakenly think
too much trouble. Proper hair care
means only keeping the acalp and hair
perfectly clean by use of some prepar
ation made for ahampoolng, not for
general cleansing. You can enjoy the
best that la known for about three
cents a shampoo by getting a package
of Canthrox from your druggist. Dis
solve a teaapoonful in a cup of hot
water and your shampoo is ready. After
its use the hair dries rapidly with uni
form color. Dandruff, excess oil and
dirt are dissolved and entirely disap
pear. Tour hair will be ao fluffy that
It will look much heavier than it is.
Its luster and softness will also delight
you, while the stimulated scalp gains
the health which insures hair growth.
P . - -
Midwest Stiada Factory
Manufictums and Cleanort
1318 Farnam Dang. 2228
"The Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
Weather la (iralo Bell.
High temperatures continued in Ns-
I. braska. Kansas and Missouri Friday, but
' Katabjla wf PriaJa's. , cooler weather prevails throughout the
Nebraaka lodge No. 1 held an onthusl- wn and wheat region this morning,
astlo meeting last Monday night. Thero Rains were general In the Minneapolis
were many good speakers, among them and Chlrsgo districts within the Ust
Dr. Merrlam. The evening waa apent In ! twenty-four hours, and ahowers occurred
Iowa Man Victim of
War at the Front
OTTAWA. Ont., May IS A casualty
list of 2&0 names issued today Includes
Missing. Private John Swalnson, Minne
sota; killed In action. Private James
Walker, Seattle, Wash.; wounded. Private
Peter B. Hanson. Alta. Ia.
By All Means, See This Car
' 1 .
With Seyen-Passcnger Body
FOR NEW OMAHA CHARTER
Members of the Hanscom Park Im-j
provement club voted last night to ap-
point a committee to presvnt to other tin-;
provement clubs the proposition of initial- 1
lng a call for a charter convention to j
frame a new charier for Greater Omaha ,
in event annexation prevails.
The committee consisting of M. J. j
Greevy. W. H. Hatteroth and T. Ander- j
son, will interest other clubs and civic
bodies In circulating petltlona after June j
1, railing on the council to order In force
machinery for a new charter. i
W. Boyd Smith, newly elected president j
of the club, took hla office laat night -and
named W. E. Da via, chairman of the ;
committee to have charge of the club's j
Fourth of July celebration.
If you haven't been in to see the new seven-passenger
Chandler, arrange , to call at once. We do not remember
that any other car has been viewed with such enthusiasm.
You will surely be delighted with it
Admirers of the Chandler and they are a host have found every
thing to please them, and not a thing to disappoint them, in the
New Season's seven-passenger model.
l ' r . uri I wiiu i i w , . ., -. j
served. There will be a number who
will become knights next Monday night.
fcaales flea !.
Om1a aerie- No. Fraternal Order
of Eagles, will have pinna and charts of
their new Vulldlng on exhibition In the
FRED DELFTS IN AUTO
ACCIDENT ON BOULEVARD !
An automobile driven ty Fred Delfts,
saloonkeeper at rUxloenih, and Leaven- I
worth streets, and occ upied by two
women and another man. amaahed into :
ja hitching post at Tumor bouleva.d. Just
north of la mam lte last niBn'.
Keep Howrls K'saUr.
NotMng belter than Dr. Kings New
' l.i ( Pills for ronstlpatiun. indigestion
i ' and our stop erh. Get a bottle. Only Sc.
' 411 druKK'als. Advertisement.
J-'tatrvaiTl Aid I utva.
Mondamin lodge No. Ill met laat Tues
day ntnl with four visiting msmbers
from lt. Joseph. Mo., and one from Cedar
Rapid. Ia- Mrs. Nettle Downey won
la all othera, except tho Kanaaa City dia-
trict. Kalna of one Inch or more occur
red aa follows: la Wlaoooein Watrrtowa.
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1.10 I. North Dakota Pismav-ek. 1.81; f M daroagv I. and o of the
Bottineau. 1.14. I- A. l.WH. wom,B w bruw1 ,n1 .ched. when.
l-al Foicc.cat.r Woather Mvraa. t91tn cff ,.r. M uken hue
Uhe home of Mr. M. C. Qulnn at U
Turner boulevard, where police S'jrgeons
gave her attention.
Police Surgeon Rusvi'K ir.sde no formal
police report at tie .Mails of tie accident.
President Nicholls ef Rellevue roiled
has goue eeet tu route to Kocrrater. N.
Y , to attend a meeting of officers cf
Prb"tenaa collegss in the t'nlted
A distinctly reassuring feature is the
fact that there i3 not a single thing
about this car that's of an experimental
nature. The $1295 Chandler price an
nounced in January holds good on this
big, roomy seven-passenger model, still
not a detail of design or materials any
where in the car has been cheapened in
quality to make this price possible. Ex
cept for the longer wheel-base and the
seven-passenger body, and some lesser
refinements and improvements, it is the
same Chandler that was so popular last
year at $1595 and with only a five-passenger
In the tonneau of the new.- seven
passenger body there is no cramping or
crowding. You will be impressed by the
clever construction of the auxiliary seats.
When not in use they fold away neatly
into the floor and the back of the front
seat, converting the car into an excep
tionally spacious five -passenger carri
age. No thumb-screws or levers of any
nature are necessary for their adjustment
The demand for the Chandler all over
the country is so sweeping that the
factory will be hard driven to fill all
orders, even with its production for the
year immensely increased. Our allotment
is liberal, but limited. And beyond that
limit we shall not be able to supply our
patrons. If you will get your order in
now we will take care of you.
Bee Want Ada Produce Results.
Touring Car or Roadster, $1295
With the Marvelous Chandler Motor
.. E. DAVIS, Oil ib ilor for Neb., Western Iowa
K.i!.M ..STREET, OMAH .
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CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND. OHIO
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