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TllK OMAHA SUNDAY 9 A TO MAKE OYERLAHD MOTOR TOUR ALONE BRIEF CITY NEWS sTave Boot Print t Now Heacon Presa Ufhtlnff riatnrea Burgaes-Grsndon. "Today. ComplsJ. toovle FrfTm" I class!. let! -ctloii today, and ewpiera In Anita King, Movie SUr, to Pilot if f-xclisivelt. Fmd out ht KisselXar from San Francisco to New York. OMAHA ON THE ITINERARY tho various movlnit picture theaters Oifer, Tor SJaf.ty Tlrst In Ufa Insurancs a. W. M. Intloc, general agent State Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Worces ter, Mas., one of the oldest. 71 years, anil best companies on earth. TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST Preaching Services Discontinued in Most Protestant Churches Bur ingr Sunday Camaign. MEETINGS AT THE TABERNACLE and aormon, 1:M oVInrk. Th usual dally services llirousihout the week. I.atkeran. 8t Mark's Fnll"h, Twentieth and Burdettn Holy communion service at 11 a. m.; fcunrisy school at : a. ra. No evening" service. St. Matthews' Fsig'lsh. Nineteenth and Oe.telar; the Kev. i. W. Bnyiter. Pastor Morning si-cvloe at 11, eut'Jevit, "Fall ire to (live O'ory to lod." Sunday a-honl at 10 a. m., suhleot, "iaiJiU and the ITophct of Una!." Rt. Paul's, Twenv-flfth and Rvans, Rev. tt, T. fitto, laator Services 1 a. nv In Knsllsh; p. in., suhjiwt. "The Merciful Samaritan." tunday school. a. Far'sh school hrifina rptamer 7. J. U,'--irf, teacher. With a tnalorltr of the Protestant churches of Omahan. tte revival meetings conducted by Rev. William A. Funday at the Tabernacle will take the place of the Ante la fttol.a Mrs. W. J. Dailey, regular preaching services during the next Mission festival September 24. 2319 B street. Souih hide, reports lo t.io i six weeks. In others words, no regular I Orare Fngnsh i:. Koaih i wenty-alxth Last' Wednesday morning pretty Anita King, leading woman of the Jesse l Lsky Feature Play company, left the exposition grounds at Ban Francisco for a croes-oontlncntal tour In a Klssel-Kar, carrying message from the mayors of xa Angeles and Ban Francisco to Jliyor lltohel of. New York. 1 . . Miss King, who, as every , movie fan tV Amount V-.kv film, win .k. th MtomobU- of Harry Qlaser at Blx- may b. finished In' ttnw to enable those Monday venn at the Paramount & Lasky films, will make ' . . t down town service. Wednesday " the trip absolutely unattended. In a dis suasion of her plana, she says: "It la going to be a rather long and police that her auto was stolen Friday service will be held In the churches. e -'.-The Just Juiige ; 7 .W pT ni night from Sixteenth and Douglas streets. I either morning or evenln Sundays untl' ji0 acrvlces and public worship." Kirn Teaohar Kailrms Paul H. Beck,' after tWe close of the Tabernacle meet- short addressee; R.mday school. 10 . m. i...k.. .i . m. ui i , , . , Worship and Sunday school. Forty- teacher at the High Brhool of Commerce, ln. elrhth and lavenworth, 2 p. m. has resigned to accept a similar position! The Sunday schools, will be held I zion. Thirty-sixth and 1-nfiyctte, Ave at St. Tjouls I usual, though the hour advanced to ;30 nue.- A. T. lxiimer Pastor Sunday lojol, Bld bjrf-JM QentlUl. n most Instance. This enrly hour har "X" "L' d'.hcVr 715 South Nineteenth street, co.llded with een agreed upon In order that the worn n,,,,,, meeting In the church parlors o clo-'k. Midweek evening; choir rrao- " - - . iim. I ... 1 I there will chaiii'lrur and difficult road ondltlons along the line, but I have tried to discount the possibility - of every In- oonve.nlenca In advance, and I. will drive Bp Brooflwayj New York, before the end of September. .'."! "T have driven a great deal and have Participated In races, one ' regularly panctloned ltWmlle race for omen, hold at Phoenix, Aril., faJr In 1908. They par a matinee of racea there at the Conclusion of tho big annual Isos Angcles Fhoenlg race.'"' I waa In A fair way to win tho 'first day when something napped and I smashed. Into .a fence. When they picked me up I waa counting (lhe stars In the Arizona sky, but I got (ut the next day and drove in another p-aee. I am -happy to say - that I did mot lose all my nerve, which Is so often (the ca when a driver has one bad fPlIU "The first car I ever had waa a Klev sjel-Kar, which I learned to drive seven years ago. Since that. I have driven knany cars, but I am loyal to the Kissel, for It has always served me well. For that reason," I have choen' It' for this trip. I know what It will do and I feel that Hi will take ma to New Tork or lanywhere else where four wheels can find road purchase. teentn ana rarmra streets whUe riding wro arrive iu e -v iir Thursday evening. a bicycle. The cyclist waa considerably and attend the big meetings at me isorr-. Kountl Mwmor,R, rarnam and Twen- brulsed and cut. I nacla. ... , Rlln Avenue; Hev. t..ver 1". Baltmly, At ih i.wnKlii. the first or tne 1'astor: lle c. PTsnklln hnrn Aui- cmir- n prw 1 1. it h. hi., vtiu m vonrii ncss," Womhtp, p. m., ' Why Daivld a'd, 'All Men Are Uars.' " S nd y school a ; a. m., Oscar P. Ooodman. ne after hllnlne mmttnrm frte Punaav. inrrfl win " - ' mtutHnf Anilftnt T.ntW mviia T A'nlnck the company. Having been born and, lna arternoon """"" Methodist. reared here, Mr. Wagner has a very ! ' . . 1 Pearl Memorial, Twenty-fourth and kindly feeling for Omaha. Prior to aoin 1 Off'eera for the ens i'n el monins. oi UrlnvOT Avenue. Rari E. liowen, PaMor to the Great Western, for several v..r. To-ng Men's OHst'an aaocistion uniajr s.ncol. a. n.; J. V. M.ynard. he waa with the of the Burlington Xa Divorce Court Alice A. Bock filed Allen E. and restoration of her maiden r"-"'""'"- " school. , name. Alice A. Fish. Thev were married treasurer. i . !nteodcnt In 1W7 at Waukon, la. Katie Hoan asks I ..,.- .hr.h ' Sr?.V0V,'rVntsr"B;,:?r,,d and Seward. Rev. a divorce from James O. on the ground Monday the rector of All Saint. W"'" " w.u.'f':nerl f'f- j i - - i ..mx frnm his vacation sno wi-i .... .i i ..T-n-. .,.. .,u nvn-euppon. iney were - . Sunday Mrs. r.-pworth Ivague, 7 o. m. Kvenlng marriea in lw, lxita v. Pierce wants a ricief i divorce from Roy F., to whom she w ... ,, AM Tmini- ir, T-r ni'-nur n i. j h n. m. Aionosv in advertising department t """"" ' . ...... .t the official board will meet for organisation. ' 3T 'ven-ng at the-M.be. Fortieth and F.rnam, W. H. jAlleinir ei-iialt ' sssoctstio-! vxitt. ...tt , l n(lprwoca, 1 nxtoi No services morning Vult fir vn f on. president: Oeor. Besrerow. vice r evenlng This church Is co-operatln r -i Kewmnn. secretary- i in ine nmy sunaav ramnaiirn. siinnsv m. ; Mrs. EntrlKln, super- married in Omaha In Utf. She alleges desertion and non-support and ask. the custody of their two children. England Seeks to .Keep Cotton Away From the Germans Tkfackay will rema'n a few oays m cago. vUUIng her son. Odin C. Mackay. The customary services wilt be held lr. all the Episcopal churches as usual on Sunday. The city clergy, who have been absent on their vacations, huve all re turned and resumed their work. Baptist. First. Harnev and Prk Avenue. H. O. Ttowlands Mlnlster-The congregation wshlp. at th.tab.rn.ol.. ndw -jhcol a evet Inf. 7 45. lellowsnip (Correspondenoa of tho Associated Press.) service at the church. IiONDOJf, Aug. 11 "There la no such. t krtattsm. thing as a complete solution of the cot- J First No evening services. Sunday ton t-roKlem," declares the Times In a school at a. m. . .. . ... cij. r...i.umnil and Ijothrop, a ronu purcnaso. I iim( arxicie aiacussing uw puronase or "on" , V r Pastor Bible school The tour, arranged In" one-day ! th. American crop by Great Britain, and a99TK l..F..TaJ.. i 10 a. m. prtretchee, take, me first to Sacramento, then the "rationing" of necessary sup- Caching service on Monday evening at iXke Tohoe, Falion, Austin, FJy, I Fish ' P" to neutrals under strict government 7 : o'clock. Enrlnn Pawlirm TammU riiiiii auparvlslon. . rkrlstlasx Science. "Germany has as Its near neighbors." ' First St. Mary s Avenue am. explain, the Time "the five neutral j-6' SVnday"ch"!! (two states, Holland. Denmark. Norway, Sions) ' 45 and H s. m. Wednesday even Sweden and Switzerland. These states Ing meeting, o'clock. have rights which we cannot Ignore. Second Church, p"?' on''W0n -But we may Justly complain when Anuo gnd Fiftieth., Btr.r-8;n Ice. 11 we find them Importing from seventeen J" m'. Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock, to eighteen times as much citton ns tuey "' t onsjreBatloaal. Kimball, North Platte, Grand Island and Into Omaha. I am not attempting a peed record-dear no!" , ' Patent Eights by Germans Suspended V By Japanese Court (Correspondence of The Associated Press.) with sermon by pastor. I; subject, "'Uenlel In the Iion's Den." Sundav school, 10 a. m J. H. lanlel. surerlntendent. Wed nesday, i p. in., mid-week prayer meet ing. Monday, 4 p. m.. weekly meeting Florence P. Leavllt clufe, Presbyterian. Westmltwter, Twentv-nlnth and Mason, 3. F. Young. Pastor Bible school at a. m. All other eervloes at the tabernacle. Clifton Hill Orant and Fortv-flfth, Rev. B. R von dr Llnpe, Paa'or Bun ds v school. . D"rln the Sundiy cam-P'-l'ni the ccnrre't'n wt 1 unite In the meetings In the tabernacle. The Sunday school of the First Presby- iena' cnurcn win reopen arter tna sum mer v.ca'lm Surday morn'ng. Services wl'l be held In the aud'td-l on th second floor of the Toung Men'. Chris Han association at 9 a. m. every Su day morning auring ine cniy Bunaay meet logs. - . MUeellaaeoes. National Fontepelle Spiritualist. KI4 Cumins Services Sunday and Thuradav evening, at 8:16. Mr. Ella Gardiner, med ium Second Progressive Spiritualist. I70S Leavenworth, Hev. F. A. Thomas, Paator Services at 11 a. m.. !:S0 p. m. and 1 p. nv. with lecture and messages. Morn ing .uMect. "Ood." Evening eutvteet, "The den with the 1-ord." The public. Is In vited. Seats free and no collections. St. Luke's Lutheran, Twenty-fifth and K. Hev. 8. H. Yerlan. Paator Sunday school at 9:41 Morning worship at 11; need for their domestic conaumntlon and uitllde W. S. Hampton, P.""'ov-:7 1 atihiect of sermon. "Parsonal Work." ... .... , . .Krh .mites with more than fifty otners Mlulnn Sort t , v" "'"'. i- rA ,h Greater Omaha Evangel stlc- cam- It, to the enemy, who cannot obtain it JJitaY, at the tabernacle. Sundny school elsewhere, who cannot Drodum It him. a. i,minr Fndeavor at S intermediate MRS. M0I1R YICTIM OF PLOTSHE SAYS yTife of Murdered Providence rhyiician Asserts Negroes Con. spired to Implicate Her. BREAKS DOWN FOR FIRST TIME PROVIDENCE, It. I., 8rt. 4. The defense of Mrs. EHiabeth Tiffany Blair Mohr to the chars that during a fit of Jealousy ah plotted the death of her husband will be that both Dr. C. Franklin Mohr and herself were victims of a conspiracy, according, to beliefs expressed her. tonight. Id an interview today which was terminated when sh. lost her com posure for the first time sine, her arrest, she. declared her belief that the three negroes who now accuse her, had planned to waylay Dr. Mohr and rob htm. Their Alleged Motive. . She holds that when they broke under the grilling of the peMc, they hoped to mitigate their puMshment by representing that they had been Incited by her upon the promise of a reward. ' The body of Pr. Mohr today wa. placed In a receiving tomb at Swan Point ceme tery, after brief ceremonies In the pres ence of several relatives and neighbor.. Mrs. Mohr and her two children, diaries Franklin, Jr., and Virginia blalr, were present at the services at the Mohr home In Klmwood. and accompanied the body to the cemetery. Xot Told of Deatb. Miss Bmlty O. Burger, the doctor's secretary, jealousy of whom, tt is al leged. Inspired the crime, has not yet been told of the death of her employer. She remains at the hospital recovering from bullot wounds received while on the automobile, ride when Dr. Mohr was attacked. After visiting her today, her brother-in-law, George Rooks, said that Miss Burger's feelings for the physician were such that knowledge of his death would kilt her. "For a long time," said Hookc, '"Miss Burger did all in hor power to reunite Dr. Mohr and his wifo. She found that he, was bitter against Mrs. Mohr and would not entertain any such Idea." oSn the year 1W4. Import, decreased 1, tioo.ftio and exporta IMOO.OCO. Tho export, of watches alona shows a loss of 110,00, 0"0, .. compared with 1911, while ma chinery sold .broad was SS,00Q,toO less, ahd cotton goods $10.k,Oa. Imports for 1911 were ?3l.oc0.noo and for 1J14. $:;,X.0O0. Kxpirt fr IH13 wers rra.OOO.OC'O and for Uli, 2J7,000,0CA New British Clttseaa. LONDON, Aug. 3 There were 1ft4 cases of admission to British nationality during the month of July. Five of thr new British cltlsens were formerly Amer icana, twenty-five were Germans, thirty four were Russian, and four were Bel gians. Of the twenty-five Germans twenty-two were cases of read mission of British-born widows, PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS " Mrs. M. Mitchell and daughter. Miss Nancy, left Saturday for ies Moines. D.s)irm F Bails Sanatorium This Institution Is the only one In th. central west with separate buildings situated In their os ample grounds, yet entirely dls tlnct, and rendering It possible to classify cases. The on. buldlng being fitted for and devoted to th treatment of non-contag.oua and non-mental diseases, no ethers be ing admitted: th. other K.st Cot tage being designed tor and de voted to th. exclusive treatment of select mental cases requiring for- a time watchful car. and spe cial Burning. TRADE OF SWITZERLAND IS HARD HIT BY THE WAR Sfc "a It H liisirniiii-isiiijtniiimf nT "il tirannmr -tiu"rltf-f"TJ---s1iisii mi - TT-'-'-in i mam iTftsiii in i a, r " 1 i j (Correspondence of the Associated Pres..) BERNE, July SI. The effect of the war on the trade of Switzerland 1. shown by the figures of Imports and exports for The Surprise of 1916 JVo car in it claaa hma caused more or m sensation than th now 1916 otftfen, which waa annoxuioed two reeJts a Its beauty eaptiratea at a glance, Jta roomlneaa am prises. Its mire, at the weight, (.2300 lbs.) intensi fies the interest Tho complete pecifi.oatlona rivet confidence. J 3T ore hiw U3 la. WhrnmiOum. SimwtutWnu I SrMf Asia Vsonm rW tJtll tUhur re An amends from fVeefnyfAoue. JBIboMo Sjrsfems! down to dnmoantibJa ritnm and one-ouui top. Don't btix until jroa moo and rid in on fLUmo. STAHDARD UOTOd CAR COHPAHY Carl Changstrom, Mgr. Do'icrV 175 ?H10 Fumam St. Faotft-r Addreoar TTTB ALLETf MTOR COL, "Worfa, Ohio "Hint1 7T seir, ana to wnom a constant supply or junaravjr, . k-1-i TOKIO. Aug. 17. The supreme court of this lndlsnenaahU raw- matortat ! vit.t All other service. ' " , Japan has ruled that. a. a result of the . to his military strength. , esihedral Eighteenth and Capi- war between Japan and Germany, the In- "What tho British government has tol avenue; the Ke'v. J. A. Tancock. dean temational' convention for tho protection done is to seek a way out by a series Services: h a, m., holy co.mr,lJ)n,"n;nJ of Industrial property is suspended in lt of friendly and prtvate agreements. All Prnn nd epeclai muscV " operation. The practical effect of the cotton entering Holland, for instance, is '. ' -k eVrtleth and Davenport; th. tv Uovd B. Holsaprl". rector decision Is that trade-mark rights, ' patent liable to seizure unless It is consigned rights and other industrial design rights to the Netherlands Oversea Trust, which ,The aorvlova Sunday wlll belri th new hHd by German subjects of German com- Is' under heavy bonds to prevent Us 'chUJcn'orelucnartst and sermon. ndnlo, iM.Atrinnia tn' th nnoxlnr n f the n.v1Vf.t in fnnanv ' .In CcA.n an a t ' . . . . rr.. . ... .I.lh panles previous to the opening of the export to Germany. In Sweden an ar- , 11 - SsJnta. church, Twentv-slxth war are to pe considered as extinguished rangement has more recently been mado .treet and Dewey avenue; T. J. Mackay, or suspended In their effect for the tlmo with an association of cotton spinners rector Holy fmimlon, J, being. with the object of limiting the Importa- JjfJJJ" JoiJc, "in uYelnoiwnd InCori- The general question .at issue was tlon of cotton into that country to the fidence." brought before the courts by a Japanese needs of Its domestic mansaVctures. This St. Andrews' F.piscor.'al, Forty-first and demand for Judgment declaring Invalid seems to me the only principle that Is arvi";,J oueeVm Ps'ndayChafter the registration of a trado-mark pending i at once sound and effective on which xrlnlty1! "follows- F.orly communion. :.e company sna tne io-we can proceea. iTie arnuigemrni wim g a. in.; unoay scnuut, . 1 representatives of an the, Dutch merchants proved anything XZrttoVchMW-KNnl y at Hanoer. Germany. ; but watertight, largely because it does pXcfc , ' between a Japanese company and the lo-1 we can proceed cat managers and Industrial company The patent office of Japan decided in not expressly limit the amount of cot- favor of the Germans, but the high court has quashed that ruling. The court pointed out that the conven tion for the protection of Industrial prop. ton that may be Imported. "If wo v.erc fo en' to.ls In each of the northern kingdoms a single receiving agency to which alone cotton might be -.v,.. v. e th. rlnnri Shenherd. Twll tleth and Ohio; the Rev. Thomas J. Col lar, rector The rector ha. returned from his vacation and will resume senvic.. Fourteenth Sunday after THnlty. oW communion, 7:30 a. m.: Sunday school. erty which was made In lu cannot be consigned, and if we were definitely , .Ym-' W wto lll S said to become, absolutely and pvrnuv- fix the number of bcles that might be nounced later. nently inoperative because of the out- imported, using as an Index, the average church of St Phllln the Deacon, Twen break of hostilities between Japan and'domestlo consumption (or perhaps a lit- ty-flrst. nesr Pstil- the Bv. J ihn Albert Germany; It noted that several other, tie more) of each country during the ft morning, rrsyer. s:w ociock; noiy eiicharlat fchorsll and sermo. 11 a. m.; Sunday school at 1 p. m.; evening prayer powers are parties to this convention. three years before the war, we should? However, as between Japan and Germany It was proper to think the convention Is suspended in Its operation from the tlmo when war broke out between them until such time , Xa peace shall havo been 1 restored. - The court .found no. doubt .whatsoever that the treaty waa concluded only on the premise of the existence of relations of peaceful Intercourse between the con tracting parties. The court says: "Of course, even the people of a hostile power should not be upreasonably treated. On the contrary, as already declared by the Japanese gov ernment they should be treated and pro tected according to the dictates of Justice and humanity. At the same time there i no reason whatever why they should be more favorably treated and more con alderately treated than a frtendly nation not a party to the convention." ... The Judgment of the supreme court 1. interpreted as permitting the public to make a free use of trade-marks and patent rights regardless of any rights held by German subjects or German companies previous to the war. then have gone some way towards aolv ing this particular branch of the problem." FRENCH REGRET TURNING ' : OVER THEIR TRENCHES (Correspondence of the Associated Press.) BRITISH ARMY HEADQUARTERS IN FRANCE. August 34. Triumphal arches were erected by the French so'd'ers to welcome their successors when the Brit ish took over a section of the line from the French a while ago. An occasional sniper's bullet and the occasional burst of a shell accompanied the informal ceremony. "The peculiar thing I that the French do not like to go." ..Id a staff officer. They have spent months In building up their trenche. to make them, comfortable and as secure from the enemy's fire as possible. They are proud of their trenches. In a sense they feel that the results ef their. labor belong to them. Besides they have got settled in the as sociations of the' villages to the rear where they are billeted. They know all the local people." Strictly apoaklpjt all that happens I. that a British battalion inarches In and a French battalion marches out after the officers of the incoming battalion have spent a day or two in the trenches famtllarittng themselves with details. But to the men of both sides It is a great event. ' A ''For Sale' ad will turn second-hand furniture Into cash. Germans Declare French Lose Eighty Thousand in Battle (Correspondence of The Associated Press.) BERLIN, Aug. 17. To gauge as nearly correctly as possible the losses of their opponents In the west. German officers have been Indulging In mathematics, have questioned the prisoners of war closely, and have kept careful watch of the men who have fallen. j The French alono, during the fighting at Arras, the Germans think, have lost close to SO.ono men dur.ng the last battles there. This estimate of course Includes dead, wounded and captured. The losses are apportioned as follow.: Ninth army corp. lf,0 0 Third army corps 0'l Tenth army corps lo.oi ieM t teentn army corp. 4,S Twentieth army corfs ln.fim) Tenty-flrst army corp 8 001 Tnlity-flrst army ciros 11.0)0 Forty-eighth division fi.0"0 Flftv-thiid division 4.0 Fifty-fifth division S.twi Total 7H.:1 ALBANY HOTEL, DKNVKH. The Hotel where popular prices prevail. One can secure very desir able rooms as follows: With Bath For one person, $1.50 to $2.50 per day; for two persons, 2. 50 to 13.50 per day: for three persons, J3.00 to $4.00 per day. Without Bath For on person, $1.00 to $1.50 per day; for two per sona, $2.00 to $2.60 per day; for three persons, $2.50 to $3.00 per day. The ideal stopping place en route o the Exposition. Write to the AL BANY HOTEL MANAOKMENT. DENVER, Colorado, for booklet en titled, "One l)ty Trips from Denver." FREE. Postsge prepaid. SCHOOLBOYS KILLED WHEW FUSE PVpLODPfJi (Correspondence of te Associated Press.) I MUVTCTT, July SI Two s-hoo bovs were kll'ed sad nine other seriously In-j ! Jured at aunsenh"sen recnt1v by the exrloslon of an Engl'sh shell fuse sent I i from the front as a souvenir. ' i t -M to (irt Cars. Tt ! beoom'n almov a universal com plaint stnoxtf auto dewier that 'hey can not mk d llverie ft rnouan to '111 incomtn crdra. Factoi-l-s r working night and 'ly but t' e outfit is M.1'1 far Wow the demand. Very few Omaha sales agencies have enough oars, let aiuite a superbundancy. The .hell fue wss one of a don which had been sent by a former student and whi"h were being distributed to certain j pud's as prises for exre'lence In gym- J nastl'-s. The eedr and th. teher ap- . j A ''For Bale" ad will turn second-hsnd i furniture into cash. Mention Auto . Oners! ssssJSaassskeskesajssSSssisssa There , Will bo a great many automobilists in Omaha who will attend the sermons of . Billy Sunday The downtown garage will he taxed to the utmost on account of their locu tion, The extra amount of work in the garages out side of the downtown dis trict will not be eo great and we can give you more persona! attention. No job too largo or too Bmnll. AH work guaranteed. G BELQEN OARAGE 723 South 27th St. Phont) Tyler 2273-W. ee the. New; KisselKars 'v. t at. the Nebraska State Fair TUB State Fair affords an opportunity to see the various new cars side by side. Point by point they can thero be carefully inspected and a good idea of comparative merit obtained. We invite this test to the new KisaelKarg firm in the conviction that no better values have made their appearance on the market thia year. No equal values considering appearaneo, comfort, eoi i- enience, power, simplicity and tho possession of those enduring qualities found only in manufactured cars. CONSIDER also those two other vital considerations responsibility and service. The resources, record and standing of the Kissel Motor Car Com pany glH dge Its guarantee, while the splendid local service system of the Noyes-Killy Company of Omaha and other KisselKar distributors In Nebraska U conspicuous for courtesy and fair dealing. ( - me ALL-YEAR Mr. Noyes and Mr. Kllly will bo at the pair and also Mr. F. B. Hujjht. factory representative. Whether lntereated In a sub dealer's contract or a car for your own use, do not fall to ask. these men the details of tu Klsse! Une touring cars, roadsters and the famous and exe.lut.ive ALL f EAR car. I You will see at the Fair the High Efficiency 82-four at $1,050 and rti 42-sls at $1,4M3. There Is not much difference between the price of theRa sturdy MANUFACTURED cats and those cars that are assembled products not much of a gulf between the price of these Quality cars always Identified with class--and cars for which you have, never expected to pay more. , Kissel Motor Car Co. , Hartford, Wisconsin F. B. Hughes, Factory RepreseBtstiT Lincoln Hotel, Lincoln, Neb. Noyes-Killy Motor Car Co. 20 SS Fircia Si., Omaha, Neb. District Distributors. - Of t I t" iT--!vJ ' f f frfl vrr ji ' .7