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mg UJMAMA SUINUAt EftE: JAISUAK1 20. J18.
FEBRUARY 4 TO 9
Registration Will Be Held Jn
Council Chamber of City Hall;
In connection with regisi ration of
lien enemies, which will be held in
the city council chamber February 4
to 9, the following statement has been
issued by Thomas VV. Grrgory, at
torney general of the United States:
All natives, citizens, denizens or
subjects of the German jmpire or of
the imperial German government,
being males of the age of 14 years
and upward, who are within the
United States and not actually natur
alized as American citizens, are re
quired to register as alien enemies.
This registration shall extend and
apply to all land and water, continen
tal or insular, in any way within the
jurisdiction of the United States.
Liable to Imprisonment.
An alien enemy required to register
rho fails to complete his registration
within the time fixed therefct or who
violates or attempts to violate or
of whom there is a reasonable ground
to believe that he is about to violate
any regulation duly promulgated by
the president of the United States or
these regulations, in addition to all
other penalties prescribed by law, is
liable to restraint, imprisonment and
detention for the duration of the war,
or to give security, or to remove or
depart from the United States in the
manner prescribed by sections 4067,
4069 and 4070 of the United States re
vised statutes, and to all other penal
ties prescribed in the several procla
mations of the president of the United
States and in the regulation duly pro
mulgated by or under the authority of
An alien enemy required to register
who shall after the date fixed for the
issuance to him of a registration card
1 found within the limits of the
United States, its territories or pos
sessions, without having his registra
tion card on his person, is liable to
the aforesaid penalties.
The term "alien enemy," as at pres
ent defined by statute, includes all
-.natives, citizens, denizens or sub
jects of a foreign nation oi govern
ment with which war has been de
clared, being males of the age of 14
years and t ward, who shall be with
in the United States and not actually
naturalized as American citizens. .
Women Not Included.
; Females are not alien enemies with
in he present statutory definition.
, male, irrespective of the citizen
ship of his parents, born or natural
ized in the United States and subject
to the jurisdiction thereof, is not an
alien enemy, unless:
' (a) Such a male' born in theJnited
States has become naturalized in or
taken an ' oath of allegiance to any
foreign country against which war
has been declared,
i (b) A male so naturalized has, sub
. sequent to his naturalization in the
United States, become naturalized in
or swori, allegiance to a country
against which war has been declared.
A male native, citizen, denizen or
Subject of a foreign nation, or govern
ment with which war has been de
clared is an alien enemy, even though
he has declared his intention "to be
come a citizen of the United States
by taking out first papers of naturali
zation, or has been partly or com
pletely naturalized in any country
other than the United States.
Naturalization of alien enemies can
not be completed during the period of
the war, unless possibly where
(courts here differing) application for
second or final papers of naturaliza
tion was made or accepted prior to the
declaration of war. (Proclamation of
a. against Germany, April 6; 1917.)
'A male child born in a country
against which wa: has been declared
of a father who was at the time of
such child's birth a native citizen,
denizen or subject of such hostile na
tion or government is not an alien
enemy if his father was naturalized as
an American citizen while such child
was a minor; provided, "that such
minor child began perminently to re
side within the United States before
reaching his majority.
A male child born in a country
against which war has been declared
of a father who was at th time ot
such child s birth an American citizen
and there temporarily resiling, is not
an alien enemy.
The marriage of an alien widow to
an American citizen during the minor
ity of her children naturalizes as
American citizens such of her minor
children as are dwelling in the United
States at the time of said marriage.
If the second or subjequent hus
band of an alien widow becomes
naturalized as an American citizen the
minor children of such widow residing
permanently in the United States at
the time of the naturalization of such
husband are thereby naturalized as
Children of Widow.
The naturalization as a.i American
citizen of the widow of an alien
naturalizes as American citizens her
minor children residing permanently
within the United States at the time
of her naturalization.
Males born in or residing as Ger
man subjects it. Alsace-Lorraine sub
sequent to May 10, 1871, and now
dwelling withing the United States are
alien enemies unless naturalized as
Males born in or residing as Ger
man subjects in Schleswig-Holstein
subsequent to August 23, 1866, and
now dwelling within the United
States are alien enemies unless natur
alized as American citizens.
Experts Maljjs Addresses at
Weekly Meeting of Jmaha
Board; Is One of Com
Forty realtors met at ffie regular
meeting of the Omaha real estate
board Wednesday to hear A. E.
Lewis, president, and N. H.-Nelson,
secretary of the Douglas County Fruit
Growers' assoication, discuss what a
prominant realtor describes as "the
greatest industry which can be devel
oped by the Omaha business men and
Omaha capital." These men spoke on
grape culture. Mr. Nelson showed the
large and sure profits and indicated
in his statements that grapes grown
in this vicinity rival in the market
grapes from all other grape-growing
districts in the country :n popularity.
Among other things, he said that the
market at Denver always took the
Omaha grapes by preference and
would pay more for them than for
the grapes from any other grape
growing region in the United States.
Mr. Nelson also made it clear that
we were not now furnishing nearly
enough grapes for table use, let alone
furnishing grapes for factory pur
poses. He stated that the Welsh and
Armour people had both been, inves
tigating this field and would enter it
with a factory for 'manufacturing
grape juice when they were sure of a
sufficient quantity of grapes, which
would absorb the product of many
times the acreage now grown.
Mr. Lewis discussed the growing of
grapes, their proper planting and cul
ture and answered numerous ques
tions from the realtors as to the
methods and the difficulties, as well
as the profits of grape growing.
"What we advertised for was a collector
"That's me. I've been collecting expe
rience all my life.'
"Ha! Very bright! However, what we
want is someone who Is used to collecting In
"Well, sir. that's how I collected all my
experience. In installments." Boston Transcript.
LODGE ROOM NEWS
OF GREATER OMAHA
Thousand Plates to Be Laid at
Banquet Given Ifext Month
by the Omaha Woodmen
of the World.
The central committee of the
Woodmen of the World met Friday
night to make final arrangements for
the 1,000-plant banquet to be held Feb
ruaiy 14. Every member securing a
new member before that time will be
entitled to participate. The commit
tee meets every Friday night, seventh
floor, Woodmen of the World build
ing and delegates from each of the
24 camps are present.
Omaha Seymour camp No. 16.
Members of the degree team are re
quested to be present at the meet
ing Tuesday night to practice, in or
der that the protection degree may
be properly exemplified on the 300
candidates to be initiated Tuesday.
February 12. '
Druid camp No. 24, selected its
clerk, Ed Foster, for camp deputy.
The success of this camp is due to
Sobiski camp No. 75 installed of
ficers Sunday night Clerk Leo
Szczepaniak has secured a number of
new members. All the members of
the camp have promised to make a
10 per cent increase.
South Omaha camp No. 211 will
take part in the joint installation
of 300 candidates, February 12 in
German-American camp No. 104 in
stalled officers last Tuesday night.
Sovereign Heath was the installing
officer. A good representation of the
membership was present and refresh
ments were served.
Benson camp No. 288 will have a
special meeting Tuesday night, when
matters of importance to the mem
bers of the camp will be taken up.
A card party will be given by An
niversary lodge No. -220, Degree of
Honor, at the Danish Odd rellows
hall, Twenty-fifth avenue and Leav
enworth street, ' Monday night, Jan
Golden Rod lodge No. 14, Ladies'
auxiliary to Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen, will give a card party
Wednesday afternoon in Lyric
. At the last meeting of Canton Ezra
Millard lodge No. 1, the following of
ficers were installed: Captain. John
Enkeboll; lieutenant, C. M. Coffin:
clerk, R. B. Golden; accountant, J.
R. Gilliam. At the next regular meet-
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THE Automobile is doing much of the nation's work and doing it
better than any other form of transportatioa
It brings men to their offices pleasantly and quickly. It enables them to
keep appointments on the minute. It increases their efficiency
multiplies their usefulness and makes them broader, bigger, healthier
Business nowadays is traveling in high gear. Much of it is traveling in
a smart, seven-passenger Paige Essex "Sixjj." Why not join the
wideawake, aggtessive procession? ,
Essex "Six-yr 7-passenger $1775; Coupe "Six-W 4-pwsenRer
$2850; TownCar "Six-5f 7-cssenger $3230. Limousine "Six-5S"
7-passenger $3230;Sedan "Six-55" 7-passefiger $2850, Brooklands
4-passenger $1795; Linwood "Six-39" 5-passenger $1330; Glen
dale "Six-39" Chummy Roadster $1330; Dartmoor "Six-39" 2
or 3-passenger $1330; Sedan "Six-39" 5-passenger $192$.
All Prices f. o. b. Detroit,
PAIGE DhTROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH.
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO.
1814-18 Famam St. Omaha. Phone Tyler 123
ing. January 24, candidates will be
mustered onto membership.
Tribe of Ben Hur.
Mecca court No. 13 will give an
open meeting, January 24, to mem
bers and friends. Tuesday evening
the women will meet with Mrs. Bur
gess, 201 Karbach block, to do war
Emma B. Manchester grove No.
156 will give a dance at Workmen
temple Thursday night, January 24.
Order of St George.
Queen Mary lodge No. 219, Order
of St. George, will hold a special
business meeting Wednesday night,
for the installation of officers. The
social planned for that night will be
held the last Wednesday in January.
Omaha drove No. 135 will give a
prize crd patty at its hall. 1402
Dodge street, Friday evening, Jan
uary 25. Friends invited.
Fraternal Aid Union.
Mondamin lodge No. Ill will give
a prize masquerade ball Tuesday
night. January 29. at the hall in the
Lyric bu'lding, Nineteenth and Far
Fraternal Order Eagles.
At the legulai meeting of Omaha
aerie held Thursday evening it was
decided to hold an "Old Time Open
Meeting" and entertain the old char
ter members. A live committee was
appointed for su:h purpose the date
being left to the committee.
An Eagle quarete has been or
ganized under the direction of Wil
liam E. l ovely, a celebrated tenor,
and it is expected that the quartet
will enliven the futurc meetings.
The degree team is rehearsing
regularly to confer initiation upon
the candidate waiting, and it is ex
pected the "Ye Olden Time" initia
tion will be put on, which will be
remembered by the older members.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen.
Last Wednesday evening Omaha
homestead No. 1404 initiated a class
of 15 candidates. The installation was
in charge of the Omaha degree team
Alter the meeting refreshments were
served. Next Wednesday evening the
Yeomen will give a dance to its mem
bers and their friends in their hall
in Labor temple, which hall after
February 1 will be known as Lyric
The cutomer picked up a knife from the
counter and banded It to the butcher, with'
a friendly amlle.
"I don't really want It," he said, "but If
you will cut It oft I will take It alone with
"Cut what offT" demanded the butcher
In blank surprise.
"Your hand." was the gentle reply. Tou
weighed It with the sausacee, and I like to
st what I pay for."Topka State Journal.
J. J. Ryan to Speak ai
The Retailers Conventjor
The National Retail Grocers' as
sociation is endeavoring to raise a
fund of $2.r,000 to maintain a bu
reau at "''Washington. The plans
will be explained at the Nebraska
retailers war council in Omaha, Jan
uary 21-24 by John J. Rya. St. Paul,
Minn., secretary of th national
association, and John B. Cunning
ham, Dubuque. Iowa, secretary of
the Iowa Retail Grocers association.
J. H. SchaerTer of " Davenport.
Iowa, president of the Iowa Retail
Grocers association, has spent a
great deal of time in Washington on
one of Herbert Hoover's commit
tees. Mr. Schaeffer desires the ad
vice and council of a sub-committee
of his own. so that the grocer's in
terests in the government's food
control plans may be properly re
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We Are Now Permanently Located
on Farnam Street
TO properly take care of the wants of the
motoring public all good automobile dealers
are maintaining service stations. We are
pleased to announce that we have secured
a permanent location on Farnam street, cor
ner 26th, and believe we have secured the
most suitable quarters in Omaha for our
WHEN the Cadillac Motor Car Company,
of Detroit, Mich., honored us by selecting
us as their new distributors for the Cadillac
in Omaha, we immediately started out to
select the best location. It was by no means
a small task to find a building all ready
completed, large enough and well situated
to take care'of our idea of a perfect service
station one easily reached by owners of
Cadillac cars on their way to the office or
on their way home, and near enough to the
retail stores to be convenient for women
motor car users.
WE have secured immediate possession of
a portion of the Drummond Building, and in
a short time will take complete possession.
This building is particularly well adapted
as a service station and owners can drive in
to a large garage from 26th street, a street
which has no car line. A large elevator will
transport the car to whichever department
it should go. '
THE building has 42,000 feet of floor space
and includes ample facilities for every
variety of automobile repair work, uphols
tering, painting and whatever may be re
quired, and as rapidly as conditions permit
we will utilize these facilities and put our
plant on a basis that will make every Cadil
lac owner proud of his motor car headquar
COME IN Look us over! Let us show you
through this building and tell you about our
plans. Give us an opportunity to tell you
something about the latest type 8-cylinder
Cadillac motor car. Le us tell you some
thing about its economical operation, which
is an important point these days when econ
omy should be the watchword of motor car
STEP inside and get acquainted! We want
Omaha people to know us as we want to
know them. If there is any doubt as to
whether or not we intend to stay, permit us
to say that besides the location which we
have secured and the organization with
which we have surrounded ourselves during
the few weeks in which we have been the
Cadillac distributors, we quote the follow
ing telegram which fully defines the atti
tude of the manufacturers of the Cadillac
toward their Omaha agency:
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 3d, 1918.
Clarke Powell, Sec., Omaha Automobile Trade Ass'n,
"On account of conflicting advertising and publicity regard
ing local Cadillac Company distributor, we wish to advise that
the Jones-Hansen-Cadillac Company has the only Omaha Cadil
lac contract now effective and will receive our entire support
"Cadillac Motor Company"
J ones-Hansen-Cadillac Company
A. H. JONES, President. J. H. Hansen, Vice-President.
Authorized Factory Distributors
Permanent Service Station and Office in the Drummond Bldg.
Phone Harney 71 0 Twenty-Sixth and Farnam Sts.
New Type 57 7-Passenger Touring Car. .
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