Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 05, 1916, Page 4, Image 4
4 Till') JKK: OMAHA, WKDXKSDAV, . APRIL o. 1916. MISS ELEANOR ARNETT NASH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund S. Nash, well known in eastern and south ern social circles and a member of the, well known south ern family for which Nashville is named, was married April 4 to Culver McWilliam of New York City. PATRIOTISM AND CHARITY CONFLICT Belgian Relief Work Involves Ques tion of Desecration of Amer ican Flag;. PROBLEM FINALLY SOLVED Deaeeratlon of the AmrtcM flag tit relief for euffering Belgian which? Loral plan y the Daughter of the American Ilevolutlou to ralee funin for fir-Ida relief on Satur day, King Atbert'g birthday, came to a atandatlll Tueadey when memberg nf Omaha and Major laaae Sadler diaptera diecorered that the tag to be nold on that day bora a email Amerlean flag In una corner, to gether with the Belgian eolora and a photograph of the king. "If ma (Mill the leg downtown or on Die fret, people will throw them away ii'liw rimlnately after pun -baaing them and lite Ameriren flag will he lying In the gutter or en the efreela whete II will hetratnitied upon,'' emlalroed Mm "harl M. AuiU li regent. ' Wa would lay 0UfelVf oj.cn (o great rename If ma Jterrnltted I hie, a I ha Nf bran ka li lighter have taken a Ihelr work thla -r prevention ot deari-railon nt tha flag." llaal rreeMent Vrutratt, Mr. Aull tted ah lied r'gl(erd her proleet again! tl.a Jag, whlrh are being aetd all over th emintry. Mra. Wll Ham C'ummlng Hlory of New Vwk, na tlor.ai tiiUldMiJ. on wIiom appeal I In Belgian relief woik ha Wen la ken up by th laughter, alao ha itot(ed Mra. A'jil'e (later, Mra. William Thlher Oiiernaey of Kanaaa,, ftppoaed Mra, Hlory at tha ,laat election for prealflrnl gen eral. Mr, Kdr Allen waa atinlher Dangli !r whi oppoeeij the al ot tha tag on tha ground that rfeaeurallon of the flag wnuld reaull "Mut In ttii- meantime Ilia lie'glau are atarvlng," inuiarted Mlaa Ida Jolinmon, a teechar In Ih Omaha ai-hoola. "ur American flag aland for everything that I gwid. It wa placed en thla tag aa a mark ef n)gliin' gratitude la tha I'nltad gfatea for what w have don for tt guffarlng people. They ay every IIHI. Relglan ai'hoot tiy wear Ihe American flea proudly aa mark of honor te thla country, guraly no Hwntilun waa Intended. ghgll wa then refua to aid thla Buffering people who honor na highly, labile, J think w are epllt- ling hair." rial Pol at la flalaed, Kitrtieon volunteerrq the tiif;tmHiii I : , Hit. I, I H K. KIRK that It wuulj be a atraitg atluallun for III. ia.. .i,, ,(,,.,. , rtim,.u trie i-i;gnier or ina Ameriran Hevoiu- fresioeni Of ArtrentlBa JTeJlfleS at n,.i,hi.. .. ...... i..n oo.rryina in oinnoer. I Ram,,, TTni'w T .... - Another .uaeeatloa wmm that Ih. fl.a v "" whlh la In the corner of the tag. he cut 1 criminal Afiairs, off before they ar placed on eale. We eould raqueat purrha.er not to M'ADOO REPRESENTS THE IT. 8. uiicw ine i on ine n'reei, eni'itea eaHamM wwiiiMaiw9!HRannM r-- mya. X.. ."'IjaaBealeiBtii'a-' ' nw i n mi Mi rj ... t 11 J OS M-LLAMQR. JTKtlEJT HASH FHtnoa Stroma. PAN-AMERICAN CONFERENCE OPENS Little Bobbie's Pa "I iiim thla rnllnT tvaa iatltfi4 art Hi Itauahteia .ou!d aid In fiedlna tha him- Vl'orlno Ue (a 1'laza, iireetdent of aty and eloihlna the needy,'' declared the republic, opttned today the ton Mta, w, u Mt.y, "I ihit.k we .houid grena whirh will iav undvr outlaid- r m, Jan- "l """" UM Uratlon Ihe .inlfl.Htloh of InglHlatlon j atrf gal. 00 :rl,nln a'falra. Me warmly Thla wa the eonaei.au of opinion and retl Hie, r preaentve of the a comptomiae wa effected, Hie women vatioua ronntrlea, who included the will aeil tha t. but not en tha atresia. American rectetnry of the treasury, .., it.. f,..,....,J . ,h immL,. VMUIam (J. MeA.loo, and the finance neighborhood of their hi.mea. mlnlatera of Urar.ll, Chile, Uruguay In dliKUMalng the deeeratlon of the and Ecuador. na. proieei waa enierea afain.t ma Xh, varinua American repilbll.a eard. .Mrther flero.tlon. bearing tha Wr P"1"" la' d-l"8'1- tied. White and Hlue." whleh are need Hon. for Klal purpoe and then throwa about The newspaper regret at Hie colnt l- or frunipled tip. I deuce of the congi ra with the preaMen- Mr. Jlarrlet M.rMnrphy pro.e.led , now on 1)Ut , gv n ag ami 115 iiiw g im m u iiijf j gtf iivng nMiciiraii fiftict in air hft hd tiol hr r.u-mhrr Ing nH)fii Atnmilon to. the conunert IhI rfriTrlia rallttur altatitinn in tUm Irtttu.r. rfeaerlbeej tha u. of tha Bt.r. and rtpea UBC 0( w.fMn, Mrerlnrnl un ft.. In edvrrtlftlng beer. BITES "GENEROUS" HAND AND GETS FORTY-FIVE DAYS """ Am',tn ''iiniy nomh: queallon. I .a Itaaon aayc "The mot linpnrtant thing In thla ron- After caking K. A, Harrow, 4IID Vnrlh I'orty-flflh etreet, for dlltia to at onietlilng to eat f'harle f'nmpton euati'hert a 11 bill from the hand til' It waa about to give hlin the price of a feed. Harrow grappled with Ih "pan handler' and gave him a good rirulihlng, but In Ihr acuffle waa ihuinh ' Thi I a raxe. In every aenae of tli woul, of having bitten the hHini that onin , tn ntu. l orly rive nuv. a iin Judge' titling In the vaae. Kl lilarlo ; The prieric of Secretary M, A.J.i i glvea eaceptinnal Impiirtance to the eon grp In vb'W of the i ornion tbivilop mint of the ilihe of the foiled HI a tea. ' tililrra of I'rratileat. I'rrddent i I t'laa. In tlie count ot hi peech. id It grailfvlng from bitten on the ""' vePnt of humanity and civlltra li'Ui. ai the niiinn tit of the riinriHarutlon In Kui'ore, towlt. the nieetlns of yn'inu nation with a view lo mK raaler and "'d Ma aya that wan he growa up he will prubly be a grata alat. man, ed M to Vu laat nit. I arn o glad. Von do nt need to get netted about anvlhitig hi leerher ay, aeij Ta. My leecher ed lht wen J grew Up I wud bo a trana robber. Of riure," aed Ta, ahe waa kind of provoked wen he ed It, but ahe aed It, now look at me, about a far from a train robber a a man cud he. . ; - Vea Indeed, aed Ma.' It talk .a lot of nerv to rob a train, Iwt'I doanr e any reaion why Bobble ahuddent b a tali'Minan, J f , amurt rnuff now to do better than urn of Ihe atateamen oaver in Waahlngton, aed M. I alway thot I hud have been a alaleman, aei 'a. I linv gum very claar A well deflneil Idiea about how thl na ahtin hud b run. No doubt about It. ard Ma. It I too had that you can't peud part of your tlm oaver In Washington. 1 guea they ml you dredfully, I think It will be ofr.il nice l( w live to aeo the day Hobble I g tatman, ed Ala. Then you A I ran run oavr thar A vlalt our on, alio ril. Think how proud I ahall be of him. t alwaya wanted aomn one to ha proud of In tha fnmbly, aed Ma. Aint you peoud of me? aed Ta. Of coure t am proud ot you, aed Ma, hut oul In a while I have to say aum- thing to bring you out of the elouda, Vnu have auch f feck.ihunate fondneaa for )ouielf, e,l Ma, that ou doant reelj- need niiirh oula'do boosting, No wonder you have alrnng arnia, aed Ma. you have been throwing bokay at your 'lt for an many yeera that It hna dee veloprd yure Iniimcla treeinendua. t wlali vnu woinlilrnt h ao roneted, deereat, COMMISSIONERS CONFER WITH COMMERCIAL CLUB t'oiiniv I'niiimleiiloiiera tleat ami l! l.nid were liefm the ekeculle emu mil lee of the rommeri lal rl'ih jenirtibiv talking over mallei of good to.i.U lit lirneiai and the condition of the a!lnile tid f'lntla of tha touittt. Thev ft.Miii.il lb club of a willmmu-ea to r.lhli,l, a Al", r" eongre. aoke ihe lealn.tey of mora tnllmale tlu-lr rrnnnmh: ii'luilon. aa alieady ahown by the I'au Amnrl'an flimnclal congrea at Washington, held at ihe auaaeeilon of the axvernniettt of the I lilted Mate, and the piraenre of re.-i- tat) MeViluo, Khlih waa tin honnr tu Ai'xeutlua. The mlaemli of modern life, aald tli- I'lenl.lrnl, nii'le II inni rtHfy to lit. rvaav ihe ai'UHiv of ludiiativ and einiiner,e. He erreet Ihe hope thai a aoliitlou i,l, he found for flux iieeini uiil meni..t,. d Ihe f t IUi the fit at I'an- eUer affillaiion with ihe h.,ln,- men In the mailer of road development. The mailer of t;te pip,ie go.nl load bond f"r i .e il 4 imt mken up lr Hrlli loat rloek. Mere, V, il eprtii toitlv and a am ine Hot "ii iijh and lu lii!i after Apnl c f a IrW a rtellvt,,,,! 0 f I ..me Ve li Ihatilt ua f.u th.. up ton i ti taate li, ,a i,ttm lo ki, . hu "d It I Aged aver m month rhe.it hat. lili.'i. VV el. i I utte Ttieee feaia weta uufoiiuileil, h dei Itire.l, im (he Ainet lean, having cum mini Idenla and atlililf Ion. P , Wn h it niit nal. wiiltnut ieieinltiig t,. ridin,h u lid. iiulional iuw Inr Iheuianh e, that the nhould itnh-aiiie It hanuolilte the ill Ot tile I. M Ill-ill In eider In biaUi Mill i rare and f i lendi'lup 1 am not roneeeled. What you ntlntalk for inneeei la merely thnro A clear unilcietauUlim of my powotful and com pelllng pFraimallty, aed Pa. ! wud be a awful fool If indent nod ont In a whllo thai I am a ree.narkahe) man, Pa aed Von think beekaua jura father wa major of yure hoam town that all Ihe polltiekal hraiua la on yui aide of (lie faultily, aed Pa. I tiotla lhay dldenl elecg j him fur a aend term, aed Pa, j H refued a econd term., aed Ma. lhli parilea wanted him for another ! lei in. hut he i ih I, lent prglrrk hla I la uew. Ilia knew hi hlanena wa growing j lapldly. Ma ed j I eii.n. he put a lot of eapHal Into jit uhlie he e tumor, ed Pa. I ,lim what d lu meanf aed M. Thai i (.only a llnet Joak of mine. ARGUMENT OVER POOL GAME RESULTS IN FRACTURED JHW h v Wt)iMt,.a. ' 1 I. i... t i l i . , i. , I !iiff. irtei,,! ) , (nt (, I. let, II . S.i' M . . . I, .,,, in M'Uf at tfi.tlt aad ti..-,:a a'te.i ! ''. e, Ih (,. ,..Y Mkiii ! lb iia.d W iliam aim a ami4 f l .ting In law g, ,.. leg ! Mia !.( (, I t l (''! ,-J.,H , . t i 4 aa f 4 a.i I . . a H0CfJtOuWsTTAfs THE HIGHWAYS AHE TINE ',.!-.... iv a I -,i . i U i a . ,i unt I ' ' a J i ' a t ae .i. I I . i. I t. e. .!.. a I 4 II I- it -a g I ..ii.i ( ,h h ! n at t,.i a .. ,N -.a.v f.-. an ,. .. ) 1 ) tt Me Ml t fc g t,,'e,l;a Um' l"l ' V t he- -,!tl fri'i ' aa M iia loiititva, 1 ' ' . 'I !i t I ',,- f?f ' a. t (- in-, !.,. :t I ik t i I I lli.(. i- ,H . .... .(. ,.ft,t IHim ' '"" 1 '"'- at a H ' I tsft- I, i'l 1 ," . . , 1 . 4 4iai . " K.si.t- tmerlea'a llealtnt N Ifcrralrned, : aed l a lleie la laenly d 'llar. Pa d linitniia at ihia ii4ileimg," he i mi. kind o( tpih a I made torly dollar eeay In. ,td. 'it .n a a I1 .eli I ' li.l.'ii In day A I ard In mvaelf, twenty of thla i. a lo a on ... i in. a ..,.e i onfn iiuna m jilt for my d.er Intel wtfa. inner le. il.ia Ili4t A'i.''. gitwi deatniy ' on . a (tailing d Ma, and I lt "'tl Hue itei.rd he lUnget a, I lit inn o.i wild be a grant mayor t l I I y ) -.'i o ' I ..d will l i M vi ail in v vf Mm IV leral He t" l'. a ' , i, t I im Mr M V 1 in a naum iru i in it. .i ..hi. i.t a h v t el I . t a -i a . a-t i--.u.i-4 t tin .. t-f . !, . , ti o ,i e -i I i ft I I I. M,e V,..,..,. I . 1 1 a it-eli a t e i I. in I t. I 1 1 a ' I I" 'I ' . i. a I ".a g r ,t n (.5 hi r. a I iii t1 v U t. at NO GRAIN MARKET BECAUSE OF THE CHICAGO ELECTION ii . ii iixrkei waa hM In an nf Ih ea lie, tt ii i a .u utai I a. a tea of M. I ho ago fl. ii. ft CARDINAL MERCIER'S LETTER GIVEN OUT Text of Pastoral Note Which Called Forth Threat from German Governor of Belgium. BELGIUM HAS MORAL TRIUMPH LONDON', April 4. Cardinal Mer ecr'a pastoral letter whirh evoked a runonatraoca from Governor General Von Waning laat month, haa Juat ben received here. After expreaalng Joy at being tgrg among hla fellow oiin:rymeo and. atatlng that bla Jf-uiney to Rome had been blegged beyond what he had dared to hope, the Belgian cardinal, turning to the poaltlon of Belgium gay; "Let ua even uproe that lh flnl.h or the laau of tlln giaanlle war now be trig fought In Kurope and In Al Mlnoi hould b uncertain, one fa-1 la already eatahllahed In Mvlllaallon and hlatory tha moral triumph of Megum, jn lm. on with ymir king nd government, ou have made lmmen aarrlfle for your country. People abroad tiiirterainiid your aplrft of aerlflee; .mi ara dmhd and your generation ha t-iken II place glorlonaly In hlaloty. la not that eon. qt.et, my brethren? Are vou not tha moat glorloua of conrnjeror? "t know that you weep, that th hearn of niolhrr and wive ie bioken, thai live gee being ot on the banka of the Vaer. The linprlaoninent of o ,r nutlon on our oan aoll la aaillv molona.d VV ahall win, l. I w r not l ! Ih end of our aufferlnaa. Kr am e. l leaal Hrltaln and 11 inula have pledged them- elve It, make no peace until Helgluin haa recovered h entire Independeni-e aiid been laigply Indemnified, llaly In turn h adhered lo Ihl pledge, our fuiure la not In doubt, le t we muat he prepared for It." 'three I of V in Rlaalng, tin Mandi ;a loiter, a.hii a.t il t.e ti..e. emor Oeneraf von ftlealhg to Cardinal Ml icier III connection with the luiior'a paaloral teller wa published, Tha letter aald in pari: 'Your eminence, In peroral lelieia. In. dulge In political aiatenienl. agnliml which I decidedly proteat, it la ijnli ineacueabl that your eminence ahould rala un.uatlfl-d hope regardlna tha laau of the war. Tin, for inatance your emlnencg ha mentioned Inareuraia utlerancea of peivon who are not In toueh with event and who cartalnly cannot be nailed egpert. Yon apeak of ma poaalhlllty that a declalon guch you dealrg could ba eaoeeled by h. preadlng of dlaegea. 'Hy aucb arbldarlnea you eauae among a creduloua population noxlou eicllcment and Induie thern to oppoae thg admlnlatratlon work of thoae who re In occupation of th country. . peelally Inadmlaaihle In a paatoral let ter la a hint at mene to tn religion liberty of the peopla of the occupied ter ritory. In theaa elroumaiancea I aha.ll henceforth gternly proaeoute any political activity and any atlrrln up of hoatlla aentlment agalnat the authority of th occupying power, which authority I legitimate, according to tntnrnatlongl law. I warn your eminence to dealet from political activity," A requeat publlahed In Herlln regard ing Cardinal Mercler'g paatoral letter aid that, according; to gdvlcag from German official In ftruaaela, the car- dlnal elated 1u II tiit If lie once doubted th final victory hi faith had now been restored a a rult of hi converaton with North American and Kouth Ameri cana, who had Inaplred him wllh tin rhakabla confidence In Helglum'g victory, toiy, Th Koelnlaha Zellung announced on March SI accoidlng to a IIva dlapat'h from Werna. that the printer who printed . i. . ,1 1 . I W . . . . - .. I ..,. I . J j Mi'Jiiini i -1 1, r i m i.n..i. m i el i , na o been ntenced to a jear Imprlaomnent, GATES AND KAUFMAN WILL SHOOT FOR COMBS TROPHY Will Kaufman and lir Mate t,f i'olumbu hav been mtchd tn ghoot for th Comb' trophy during th rag laiered tournament, which will ba held at Columhii May t and 4. The trophy match will he th laat 1U0 target on the program of May 4. Ute I th pieaent holder of th cup. Schwab Opposes Government Plan for Armor Plate NBWArtK, N. J April 4.-Charie ... Itchwab, chairman of the Bethlehem flteel ooroporatlon, told Ih elocaiiolder nt their annual meeting her today that 'I tha government build It propoaod grin.T plant the corporation' Investment of V.Wi.W In an armor plant "will ba rend ered practically valuele." In ordar ' i.i v a much- a pnaalhl'' of thh) In veatment h ald, the corporation h "taken atep lo bring to the attention 'f congreaa a frankly, openly and a vlg oronely" aa It could, "th conalderatlon which w feel ahould prevail" In a re jection of th government' plan, "I dealt to aata In th moat unequivocal term." n edded, "that no repreaentallv of the lleflileheui fleel (jorporatlon I aeeklnu nor ha aought to Influence leglalatlon a to the alxe of naval or military eapendl tnrea.'' , thla evening. Two big tiig-n.-war nd n number of nthi eienia wift be hald, The trlnclp put. Ing match will be between th Nonpareil team and (Hi tract car company crew. Th chah wlahee It underatood that ladlea ara In vltad to attend their entertainment. NONPAREIL CLUB WILL HOLD ATHLETIC CARNIVAL The Nonpareil Athletic club. Twenty- fourth hd VII. ton lrel. will (lata a big athletic program at it a el.ih room lr!!!lT"!l"i!i!T'''!'il!l!l!!"l''fi!!!'!'! .Aa- T --iir-inf,ifr-f rfai n ag. ,L'-j A t i liiViif "t wwmmmmmmm sv. : jm,V'.n' MTr.ttM jmwi.i . a I u Today And A Generation (lenco Tha flight of tlmo make til think tA tli future. 1 ho baby of today relloclj what great n may rxl actjulrod whan ha niw uti. And any fiiflueneg that bring relief to the expectant: mother la the flrat and, greatoat of obligation. There I a eptendlif remedy known a Mutlwrg Krlnd"th6 ba been A aafegnarif, helpful dally l.iflu cdcc, lo a hot cf wmien. Applied inter nally tn Ilia muarln tliey taicom Dllanf. Ihey gtretch without Ondu pln, ther I n lawnce of dlatrea. Hi nerve ar annthad, by taking away tie biffdea Of fearing ail to Juat natural tonilltlona. Ttier I In "Mollier' Friend" the 4frrf and Immediate help that all aipectant moth id remilr. I'aed by their own hand, guide 1 by tlielr own mlnda, tliey learn at one th blaaaed relief from morning airline' reaull ing from undue gtretchlng. Tber aiparlanfo dally calm and nightly rt. It la lndel Motlier Friend." (let a bottle today of any dnigxlt. Then write Brad Held Ragulator Co., 410 f.atiar llldg., Atlanta, la for one) of the moat antertalnlog and valuable little book tr prusutad. Jt 1 Wui tli .writing fuf. it' i -..t.e a x 3--. jt-.. t a H "gTfcll t t t . urn gooa incnas wun 13 VELVET an you'll be better friends with yourself an the world. 1 ! ! ttf'i lateia'a. k: W( f narieX'V-A n',.: ',. w ,yrafa, i f.r aa -f .;, " .n v y ar ;yy ;t , Tarzami By Edgar Rle Durroagha Th etonderM gnc-iataa In mora thrilling adeanturea AT ALL BOOKSTORES A.C.McC1rg4CPube. Did you ever follow the MOTOR CAR Situation to ical Conclusion? Its Log- .'., I ,v-" "i-7 ' ' ? -l 1 1 "l1 I '11 I I I ' '!!' V . f , . . . , i ' - V " ,' - V 'o '. : r v-l ;-, t - l H. ..tea , .... .' i y ev . J : Lj . HAVK you i-vor tried to put yourself in the W. E. FOSHIER, President. loftitioii of u bi HUttinobilo distributor. xtoai of tlwiiJiriK which car to buy try to deoidp which 0110 lo hack with many thou.and dollars. I''ir.t of all, the retailor of automobihs niUHt find an automobile which not only meet the requirements of his community, so far as (icrformaiiee i con cerned, but he niu.st tletermine whether the price is absolutely ripht. Some cars are peculiarly adapted to certain localities. Others lack assur ance that the manufacturers are ht'-oiig onoiij?h financially to back up their car and keep the quality of production the same. Others tire produced in small quantities, and spasmodically, thus giving buyer no assurance as to deliveries. In this day and age when a man who is recognized as a large automobile, dealer contracts for a large number of automobiles and backs his faith with good money you can as a rule depend upon the car he is selling:. REGARDING THE DORT I as asked by numerous manufacturers to sell their cars, but after a thor ough investigation I decided on the Dort. Why? J. C. OERFACHER, V. P, and Gen. lr. WILL VISIT PAGf ANT AT LINCOLN IN JUNL I ' r I, a I ' I'M l.l ' I In IjifKli I . i .. t . t ( It '- ! -I ! la avr.i.il. t ii ii. iiti ff !!. I i. I'li.. I t i . I It, I ' l I a il It I .! em: , I ' a i im t tl a I , it,. ., ii '. . i. i i it l a v l.. t.t ,i . i i 1 1 t ;. .it- . g an I I-. i . n.a I lit t I ii i.i Mel lirnalar llara Maee. 1 it .' a I and im l.iU't a and li,i at K b l a"i and kave a it .f II I. .ttdli ttma Mew aeitl In buiiw V m J "ai.iu ta tt'UII I'tt at f.. m l'.ii,'a i i No Tfoultl to Urinnve Supeifiuoui lUIr J, F. VAlLt. RAILHOAQ LAWTLR, DIES SUDDENLY I I t II I- I I til V - t t. . ,,.,., I .. . iii a In.. I. I . . a-4 I, it i.M i I . . I a. -i ,( .-a tl I l-e-a I.,.ii, I . n . .1,., ;., I.,.. ( Il I ... It. lift l.f. , Ii a a. ) i ur la t laa aMn ..i... . ii......i i I a v f. a Il ). ! I a I. i'. aa vile, g pi iii ..,.., ' w,,tei a-'J a ninw t"-t'l 4.ti,., i air, i hn 1 1 .ttaa a. t la I I i m m.iie i'i.i 'f waat i-.a ( ao t ta ! ! (! ttt i.!-.t 4 1.41111, ! tl. Iliai'l M plllr. iv ( ' 'i it- .k"i I I it a i. I ,1 - ', ' 1 ' tatlfl't ' ' !! tl- I I ' ' . t. , i, nt BCCOUSC " ,"pn,,' ennairtirtlon i Fipfmixn far'alg (te in ila man-mtutiJt- ufarture ara (he brut fr n,o iniinry. RpffltMP ,h0 rr ' l"U,l""ly adapted tn atiuwai- .rlvitu ovit illy und rnuntry run ii, atii and litlU, (an eviellent i,n'tiblna Hun for tlii aa'itiiin of th innntry.i Ftrcmise " ,,,natrm linn hue been a proved by many prominent' I nited Hiaieg engitierr. Because Ihe urn rtu fail n rer have bean rauliliphi'd a a Known o,uantlty for thirty yearn and have a reputation and a biialneaa gfiod will tn irote t r I Knitr irmtor riirn UttHUJC thai anil I know Ihe liort ia aa ginxl or a better iliiiTaT for dollar value Ihan any rar on the market. liCC nilSC wll ,r !, t,,rt i n ar prop erly aei forth. Any tr tmilt iiUin the honriit iTliuiplrg tan nut fall to Hit). il Wc arc Willing to Back ihe Dort with Our Judgment and Money We lutvii ju't reeeivt'd n ehipiuent of (lit mw model and t lty fur Mirpa.-s our m'ctation, They bijrjjftr, belter, wider and itroiiaTer. The new etu me Four Door inodfU and itn'ltnb many refitietueuU which were not included in the former nudel-, lite IVrt U wlmolutely tip to tin minute in every detail. The long cantilever pring u-ed in the ns.unufftetiirv of lirt cura take them right out of the light ear ehe in uty riding iputlitif. Sit often light Cars do not tide evy, but the lo't has nvereotntj tide druwbui'k by the tine. of CItr oxg cantilever pringv TARTIAL SPECIFICATIONS: IfWim h w hetcUute, streamline IhhI)-, left tlrive, center euutrvd, 4 cylinder, .'Si horsepower, Weetingltuisn i unit alatrting (lU-udil automatic- drive, nd lighting gtem with tVnneetKtit ignitiun, ott'ninch full cuntilever n'ttr gfutug, "i floating rear v, .'tOi.l' .. tloawlyeur tirv, fBja ftjatVp! FOSHIER MOTOR CO. 12th .nd Firnrm Streets. Omahn.