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FOUR CHARGED OF BRIBERY
Crimiaat Prtceediifft Agiiart lfambars ef
South Omaha Schsri Beard.
MILLER, KUBAT, L0T7 AND SCHROEDER
Charge Are that They Accepted
Bribes to Raise Salaries of
Teachers asid Parchaae
In county court there have been tiled seven
complaints charging four membera of the
8outh Omaha Board of Education with .ac
cepting bribes from teachers in the schools
for raising their salaries and from the Oli
ver Typewriter company for Installing Ita
One of these complaints the county
attorney filed Friday evening against
the president of the board, Alonzo V. Mil
ler. In this complaint It is related that on
September 19, last. Miller, with intent to
sacrifice all the pious, honorable rules he
had sworn to observe as an Incumbent of
the office, had a consultation with Cecils
Lyon and "took her promise that she
would pay him $10 to cause her salary to
be raised to 160 per month.
As a aecond count In the complaint it
la related that on October 3 he received
from her $5 for voting for such raise and
"using his influence to bring about such
Yesterday two more complaints were filed
against J. 1 Kubat, charging that he re
ceived from Lorenzo Johnson on October 8
the sum of $3, and from Sadie Olver, at the
same time and place, a similar amount. A
third complaint against Kubat charges that
Floyd St. John, manager of the Oliver com
pany, paid him $19.20 October 7. This lat
ter complaint Is duplicated against A. I.
Lott, secretary of the board, and also
against Miller, named in the first com
plaint There may be other complaints
later, but the last to date is one against
Theodore Schroeder, charging that be ac
cepted $10 from St. John.
Arrest of President Miller.
Miller was arrested on a warrant at his
home in South Omaha at Friday even
Ing and brought later to the Douglas county
Jail by Deputy Sheriff James Roach. Miller
gave $1,000 bend, with George B. Lasbury of
the real estate firm of Wright Lasbury as
The proceedings now instituted are the
result of an investigation that has been
in progress for some time under the super
vision of a purity league, in which J. Lav
erty and Dana Morrill, new membera of the
board, are understood to be active and
which secured the services of Bernard P,
Baer, a detective from Chicago, who has
arranged the traps, accumulated the evi
dence and made a report in writing which
County Attorney Shields says shows
"flawless piece of detective work."
The county attorney further says that
neither St. John nor hla company should be
blamed as attempting corruption, St. John
having without the knowledge of even hla
company, negotiated the transactions he
did merely to aid the Investigation.
Some ef he lftv-lfiiii,,
St. John furnishes one of the eleven affi-
! davits secured as evidence against the al
leged boodlers. In this it is related that
checks were first sent them through Baer,
but that Miller returned them and called
St. John to Rowley's restaurant, where he
criticised the Indelicate method of convey
ing the money. St. John, it Is alleged In the
affidavit, then invited him to a second meet
ing the next day and upon that occasion
gave htm a box of cigars, in which was a
total of $57.80 in cash, which was to be di
vided equally between Miller, Kubat and
Lott, who were the ones who had declined
to accept the check payment.
In another affidavit St. John alleges that
on October 9, at hla office, be cashed for
Schroeder a $10 check Baer had given the
latter .and that the "said Schroeder, while
in my office, with a wink said: "We need
some more machines and If you will tell
me how much there Is in It I will . speak
to Kubat and Murphy and we will put it
through. We reallj need twelve more
typewriters.' I replied: 'Twelve machines
would net you $96.' He replied: 'I will
let you know as soon as I have seen the
This affidavit Is corroborated by another,
by Otto Gruening, an employe of the com
pany, who is alleged to have been present
at the time and witness to Schroeder'a
pocketing the money.
"To Make Himself Solid."
Among thd other affidavits Is one by N.
M. .Graham, who alleges that Miller tried
to persuade him to send Kubat $20 out of
his first month's salary as assistant prin
cipal at the High school to "make himself
solid with Kubat."
Another is by J. T. Sullivan, who charges
Miller with having offered to get the $50
salary of Sullivan's sister-in-law. Miss La
velle, raised to $55 if he was given $20 "for
Still another charge against Miller la that
he informed Agnes Ayres, & teacher, that
she wou'd have to give up $5 or $10 which
he. Miller, would need in "sweetening"
Members Kubat and James M. Murphy.
The affidavit of D. A. Pterce, a newspaper
reporter, is that on August 19, Miller ex
tended a handful of sliver, saying: "I want
you to accept little present from me. We
put some desls through Isst night, amount
ing to about $30O, and got 10 per cent of
this amount, which waa divided up between
four of us. It Is the only way we have of
getting any pay for our work in the board.
Sometimes we get 10 per cent and some
times only 5 per Cent of the small deals we
Miss Divert Eerleace.
The actual transaction of passing money
Is described ty Ssdle Olver, who swears
that last Wednesday, In Kubat'a own drug
store, she handed him $5. with the ex
planation that It was the amount suggested
by Miller, and that Kubat pocketed It, say
ing: "Good! Is It all right?" but that the
next morning he called at the school and
tried to return the money to Miss Olver ta
an envelope, saying that after considera
tion he had concluded he couldn't accept It.
MIps Olver swears she threw it "at his feet."
The members now In trouble were among
those indicted last fall for malfeasance In
office. The case against John Henry Loech-
ner was the first to be called and his at
torneys succeeded In having It knocked out
In district court on the technical grounds
that the statutes apply only to ministerial
officers and that a member of the school
bsard was not such an officer. The county
attorney filed exceptions and carried the
matter to the supreme court, where Judge
Baxter's ruling was reversed In an opinion
handed down by Judge Holcomb Thursday.
County Attorney Shields said today that he
had not determined what ahall be his next
step In this matter.
A. V. Miller was on the streets of South
Omaha' yesterday. Miller said to a Bee re
porter that he had never demanded any
money from teachers either for their po
sltlons or for granting them an Increase
In salary. He made a general denial of the
Miller Denies the Charges.
He did aay this; "I waa handed a pack
age by Miss Cecils Lyon and I did not open
It until I reached home. I found a $5 gold
piece in the envelope. In speaking to my
wife about it she urged me to return the
money at once. On Friday, October 10, I
went to the High school annex and tried to
return the money to Miss Lyon. She re
fused to accept It and this was the first in
timation that there was something doing.
"My arrest was ' a complete surprise to
me,' although I bad heard that steps were
being taken to Investigate the actions of
certain members of the beard."
The Bee reporter told Miller that he un
derstood that between thirty and forty
complaints had been made to the county at
torney, each alleging that be, Miller, had
accepted money from teachers. This In
formation seemed to shock Miller and he
stood mute for a moment before making
any reply. When he did It was a general
As for the typewriter deal. Miller said
that he had left the whole matter to Lav
erty and that he had proof that La vert y had
received money from the Oliver Typewriter
Only a few weeks ago the board directed
that all the typewriters In the business de
partment of the schools be cleaned. This
was done and the machines returned to the
board rooma in good condition. Next came
the Oliver agent and he succeeded In sell
ing the board twelve machines tor $22 each
taking the machines then in use for part
payment President Miller denies most
positively -that he had anything to do with
the typewriter- deal.
A report wae current yesterday that
Colonel A. L. Lott, secretary of the board,
had skipped out, but this proved to be
groundless, as Colonel Lott talked to a Bee
reporter at noon today. Colonel Lott de
les any knowledge of any deal and asserts
that he is Innocent of any wrongdoing.
-AU'Foar Give Boads.
Miller, Lott and Kubat were arrested late
the afternoon bye Deputy Sheriff Roach
and brought before Judge Vinsonbaler. Each
gave bond in the sum of $1,000 for his ap
pearance at the time to be set for the
preliminary hearing. Schroeder was not ar
rested until later in the evening and did
not appear in court until 9 o'clock. He was
also released on $1,000 bond.
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TWO SCHOOL BOARD TICKETS
Ispnblicini aid Democrat Mak Thair
Nsminitieni at Bams Tim.
SLATES (0 THROUGH BOTH CONVENTIONS
Shave of Contest la Rennhllcnn Meet-
In, hat Prearranged Plan af
Demaerats Tarries With
oat Aay Friction.
For Board of Edacatlon.
Oeorge T. Rice.
W. H. Christie.
W. H. Butta.
Ed K. Lower.
J, O. Detweller.
r. K. Clark.
Q. W. Noble.
LAWYER AND PAPER ON TANEY
Third I'nauccessf al Attempt to Get
Before the Omaha Bar
Again has I. E. Congdon climbed five
flights of stairs to the rooms of the Com
mercial club to read his long overdue and
leng announced paper on Chief Justice
Taney for the edification of the members of
the Omaha Bar association, and again has
E. Congdon climbed down again without
having favored his audience with the
reading. This seance of the Bar association
was set for last night and the address
on the famous enter justice was
to occupy the evening. But It didn't. A
heavy rain began to fall before the crowd
began to gather and with five congenial
spirits Mr.' Congdon sat In ths club rooms
fcr an hour waiting in vain for the rain to
stop. But It didn't.
Mr. Congdon and the Bar association have
had no end of trouble over thla paper on
Justice Taney. The first time it waa an
nounced, about three months ago, there was
a misunderstanding about the date and Mr.
Congdon and the Bar association failed to
get together. The first engagement was also
complicated by the announcement In a penny
paper that Chief Justice Taney himself
would read the paper.
Then about a month later Mr. Congdon
was again booked to read the precious docu
roent. but when the time came a great wind
storm struck the city and kept the members
of the bar from turning out.
Last night was the third engagement of
Mr. Congdon and a heavy rain storm Inter
fered. It is suggested by some of ths law-
yers that the spirit of the chief Justice Is
ccnsplrlng with the weather maker to pre
vent Mr. Congdon from adding anything
to the Tanry name and fame.
Ran Dovra by Street Car.
At t o'clock yesterday evening John An
derson of Oienwood. Ia., was knocked down
hv a. northbound Hariwv street ear in ironr.
of the Burlington depot as he was crossing
tha track, aim drama some aiaiance ny
the fender. Where he struck the corner of
the car his noae, chin ana len eyeorow
were deeply cut and ground full of dirt.
He was otherwise uninjured, but waa cov
ered with mud. Anderson was going to
the depot to return to his horns town. He
knew that Dr. and Mrs. Dewlt of Oienwood
were awaiting him In the train and hurnei
.o cross the viaduct to set to the station.
He did not see the car and stepped on the
track directly In front of It. He was taken
to the police station and hla wounds
THB REALTY RECORD,
The republican and democratic city con
ventions for the nomination of candidate
tor the Board of Education, which were
held last night, took the form more of rati
fication meetings than conventions. There
was not a notable contest in either, though
the republicans did divide their votes among
eight men. The democrats, however, merely
endorsed the solid slate which had been
prepared without further ceremony. The
five men nominated by the republicans were
those whose nominations were forecasted In
The Bee yesterday. The two tickets are
The residence and occupation of the va
rious candldatea are:
Republicans Butts, First ward, commis
sion fruit dealer; Rice, Fourth ward, coal
dealer; Lower, Fifth ward, employe of the
Payne Investment company; Christie, Sixth
ward, physician; Detweller, Seventh ward,
Democrats Blum, Second ward, employe
Cudahy Tacking company; Wilcox, Fourth
ward, manager Sorosls Shoe company; Pow
ell, Fifth ward, vice president Anderson
Millard company; Clark, 8eventh ward, phy
sician; Noble, Ninth ward, general agent
Mutual Life Insurance company.
The republicans met in Washington hall.
The attendance was good and the Interest
lively. Carl E. Herring, chairman of the
city committee, called the meeting to order.
Byron O. Burbank of the Sixth ward was
made permanent chairman and C. J. Mc
Donald of the Eighth ward secretary. Some
show at a contest waa displayed when the
nominations for secretary were called. The
Fourth ward friends of N. P. Dodge, Jr ,
named their man and McDonald's backers
placed him In nomination. Dodge withdrew
and McDonald was elected. Both Burbank
and McDonald were originally chosen for
the temporary positions, but were forth
with made the permanent officers.
Jndae Eller Talks Harmony.
The sitting delegates were accredited and
then Judge James W. Eller addressed the
convention, commenting upon the harmony
which had prevailed from the beginning
of the primaries and urging that this spirit
be preserved throughout the deliberations.
Chairman Burbank made a tew remarks In
which he took occasion heartily to approve
what Judge Eller had said and pointed out
that the several delegationa were elected
without a alngle contest.
"Such harmony in a republican election
ha not been equalled In Omaha tor seven
teen years," said Mr. Burbank, "and it
augurs well tor the success of the party at
The nominations were made by precincts.
The list of candidates shows that the Third
ward was the only ward In the city that
did not have a candidate and that N. M.
Howard was the only member ot the pres
ent board up for renomlnatlon. The de
feated candidates and their votes were: C.
L. Hopper, Second ward, 80; Dr. H. A. Fos
ter, Eighth ward, SO; N. M. Howard, Ninth
Rice and Christie received full votes of
90, Butt polled 70 and Lower and Det
weller each 0. When a motion to make the
nomination unanimous wa presented, the
insurgent got in several good strokes and
peristed In opposing this proposition.
These resolutions, the platform of the
convention, presented by N. P. Dodge,
jr., wtre unanimously adopted:
That tha nominees of this convention are
pledged to ry.iew their loyalty to the nub
ile SCnOOlS ana lO prnmi tueir uimru ri-
forte to maintain and promote their effi
That ths nominees are Dledged to the
continuance of the policy of furnlKhlng free
text books to an pupua ot me iiuum
That the nominees ot tnis convention Bnau
adhere t the principles of extending to
all teachers. Janitors and other employes
of the school district protection from dis
charge so long as they efficiently perform
tne auties ot meir empiurinrm.
Th tha nominees of this convention
pledge that every appropriation from the I
public schools shall be carefully scruti
nized, that no appropriation shall be made
that cannot be Justified on good business
. Hen City Committee.
At this stage cf the proceedlnga before
the resolution program further developed
C. J. McDonald was made the treasurer of
the city committee.
A. H. Burnett then introduced a blanket
resolution which constituted as a new city
First Ward J. F. Stubbendorf, H. Inman,
Dr. 8. H. Smith.
Second Ward Dr. U Swoboda. Ed. 8. Mor-
rla, B. V. Maelstrom.
Third Ward F. Wataon, 8. B. Smith, F.
Fourth Ward W. R. Adair, John O. Kuhn,
Sidney W. Smith.
Fifth Ward Harry G. Counsman, Sam
Greenleaf, A. H. Donnecken.
81xth Ward B. O. Burbank, George L.
Hurat, Theodore Johnson.
Seventh Ward John Steel, John L. Pierce,
E. E. Bryson.
Eighth Ward Thomas McKay, C. J. Mc
Donald. John L. McCague.
Ninth Ward George C. Thompson;
Charles S. Huntington, J. H. Maynard.
The new executive committee Is com
posed of Stubbendorf, Swoboda, Watson.
Adair, Donnecken. Burbank, Bryson, Mc
Kay and Maynard.
Democratic Meeting; Perfunctory.
The democrats held their perfunotory ses
sion In the Jacksonlan club rooms. W. O.
Gilbert of the city committee called the
meeting to order and John A. Rhine and T
F. Comte were chosen chairman and secre
tary, respectively. The convention was
made up of the aame delegates who bad
served for the city wards in the county con
Both conventions Instructed their central
commttteea to fill all vacancies occurring
In their tickets.
INSTRT'MENT8 placed on record Satur-
Herman Anger and wife to Joseph
Hlmr.n lot 7. block i. Ruah A
8. a add I C3
L. C. Ankele and wife to E. O. Hart-
ln Inla 11 nrf 1& block . Blklf
Andrew A look and m'lre to C. E. Din-
kens. ne4 ne4 7-16-U 1.750
L. D. Spalding and wife to Peter
Rovsrhan. w 38 1-i feet lot 12. block
7. Bedford Place W0
O. T. Morton to Lena Bchuett- e 200
t-rt of "Keaerve" in Thomson
O. a add
T. C. Iiuncanson and wife to David
M.-Cort lot s. lat add to Factory
I.i. I !W.T and htiaband to W. T.
Ienny, part lot 14, O. W. Forbes
8beiifT to First National bank, lots
11 to 1. block 14. taity Omaha I X
Total amount of tranjfxs..(..,UA 9.3
KILLED FOR FIFTEEN CENTS
Salooa Keener Mnrdered aad Hli
Slayer la Dancer of Imme.
PUEBLO, Colo.. Oct. 11. Henry Gold
stein, bartender in a saloon at the corner
ef Mala aad First streets, was shot and
killed tonight by William Lawrence,
negro, la a quarrel over 16 cents.
At midnight a large crowd la moving
toward the jail, and it is probable there
will be a lynching before morning. Ths
Jail Is very strong.
FORT WORTH, Tex.. Oct. 11. II. Morris
of thla city, acting auditor of the Hoik
Island system, has been aiu"'nted siixt
IntondeiU of transportation of the World's
fair by Prveldant . H Francia of the
Louisiana rurchass Exposition company.
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We will spare you the penalties as
sociated with Nervous Debility, Weak
ening Drains. Belt-Abuse. Wasting of
Organs, Premature Decline. Loss of
Memory, Energy and Ambition, Nerv
ousness. Ftmplss, Palpitation ef the
Heart. Shortness of Breath, Apprehen
sion of Calamity, the Chagrin and
Mortification ef Weakling, the Fright
of Contemplated Matrimony. We will
render you robust and strong mentally
physically and sexually.
Call at our offices or writ for our
book, FREE, which will explain the
diseases we cure, and how we eure
them to stay cured when others fell.
t will ears raw. olenoes est
foa af the oltr. Caaealtatlea at -
BLOOD POISON (Syphilis)
RUPTURE AND KIDNEY
DISEASES. I rlnalloa
Oar apeatal homo treat man
Banks and Leading Baalaees
flea ar hy letter free aad strt
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15MR FARHAU ST.. -Llh G 13 AHA. NEB.
Laageat established. Thoroughly reliable. Authorised by the Un of the state.
Curat all Blood and
Kills tha microbes ef the luno sod euras
Conuniiua ; kills tha mil rotas of the
kiduer and curaa rliigbt's Dimim; kills
lha inicrobas of lha throat snd catas
Diptuhoit ; kills lha niiciobet ot ths akia
sad curat Ectaiua; kills lha aiirrol.at of
lha blouti and ruraa Rheumatism, Taucar,
Catarrh auti all other Bluvd and ( hioino
IiaaM. Call or aaod for lice hiaioty
ol faultily and laatiuiuiiialt to
' MTr.IS.blU0". Diva CO.. daubs. Hat.
and a I
Bee Advertising Man J
will call on you
to get a Want Ad or J
a Half Page.
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