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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1909)
TIIK OMAHA SUNDAY NKK: AUGUST 8, 1000.
LIST OF ELECTION OFFICERS
Judjei and Clerki Selected for the
POUR HUNDRED OF THEM IN ALL
Coanig Clerk anil Ilia Foree Arc Ar
nnti All lh Votlaa- Plfti
go aa to fle Fall?
Judges and clerks for the primary lr-o-
tlon, numbering In all 400, for the voting
precincts of Omaha, Hoiith Omaha and tha
county, have been appointed by Robert
Smith, clerk ef the district court. There
are throe Judg-a and two clerk for each
precinct, and the whole number la evenly
divided between the republican and dem
ocratic parties. All of the voting place
have not been definitely chosen, but tha
office of the county clerk la arranging to
provide for the vacancies aa aoon aa pos
1"I ItST PRECINCT.
Judges Charitw I'usplsal U. &04 Poppla
ton avenue, ed Karderelt (U, 108 VN ool
worth avenue; Charles H. Hchroth (r), 17
toolwurth avenue. Clerks J. C. Elrod
d. Fifth and Hickory streets; R. M. Mc
Don.ild tr). C.17 Pupplvlon avenue. .
Fudges hnrles I,enmie d, Ml Pouth
Eighth utreet; Charles Aeo (d). 6US Pierce
tivei, liavld Tong (I). Wl Paclflo street.
Clerks William Kill d. ?1 Pacific street;
I-'mley D. McLean tr), 1626 Bouth Tenth
Judaea Anton ilmlecck (), 2MB flnxith
Tweiuii street; William Mlnogue (d, li
I ion as street; J. U Holding r), KM South
Eighth street. Clerks Kd Shavllk (d), 1741
Koutli Mnih street) Mam Welse (r), South
.Indites Charles Snn kolsky tdi, 8181 South
Thirteenth street; John Zochmerster (d),
1HM Dominion street; Charles Hlrd (r), 807
Ham-run street. Clerks Charlea Rupp (r),
l''l South Ninth street: Andrew Long Id),
iiiw South Twentieth street.
Jiidii.-s l .ii ,st Human tdi. 2220 South
Twetity-elgnili street; Joe .adlna (d), Sff,
JvjUiIi ThiUY-flrsl sit eel; carl C. Witt tr),
.South Twenty-eighth street. Clerks
.lotin Nrtzel (r), 2M6 Arbor street; C. B.
Aloran td), ftlS Frederick street. ,
Judges bell Keen mi tr). Twentieth and
Vinton streets; J. J. Sweeney (d), 30(10 South
Twen.leth street; Alex Mllner (d), 2713 South
Twenty-third street. Clerka Mike Nltler
Id), ZA; Vinton street; Burt Yoder (r), 41M
.South Twentieth street.
Judges J. B. Wlttlg td), 1725 Ontario
street; C. P. Chilstensen id). 1621 Vinton
stiect; Fled Hupp (r), Thirteenth and
Spring streets. Clerks C. Boysen tr), 1S26
Ontario street; William Coffee (d), 2787
South Sixteenth street.
Judges William Uathless (r). 24 28 South
Fifteenth street; Peter Koopman (d), 2331
South Eighteenth street; Jones Ulover (d),
1.17 l.aiiLioft street. Clerks B. F. Trosller
(i ), 1','n niton street; Joseph Zimmerman
(ii), 2iX South Sixteenth street.
Judges Anton Francl (r). 1S14 South Thir
teenth street; J. J. Healey (d). 1913 Dorcas
street; Fred Johnson (d), 1715 Dorcas street.
Clerks John Schrettner (d). 1933 South Sev
enteenth street; J. M. l.ela (r), 1943 South
Judges Ben Kline (d),. 1611 California
street; A. W. Wallace (d), 619 North Six
teenth atreet; O. P. Sullivan tr), 616 Norm
Fifteenth street. Clerks A. Steinberg tr),
1..1S Webiter street; Griffith Humphrey (d),
1514 Hurt street.
Judges W. H. Moran (d), 221 North
Eleventh atreet; Jtm Banka (r). 212 Nortn
Kleventh street: H. It. Kopald (r), 618 South
Tenth street. Clerks H. 11. Milder (r), 1107
Davenport street; Thomas Harrington Id;,
11 lu Jackson street.
Judges H. T. Andrews (r), S3 3 North Ftf
teenth street; W. E. Hurllnrham (r). Mid
land hotel; Harry Coffey (d), 1407 Chicago
street. Clerks W. H. Ounsolus (d), 410
iNortn f ourteenth street; Mike Wallace 0'),
-iw jsorth Thirteenth street.
Judges H. H. Shaft r (d), 418 South Thir
teenth ' street: Charles Delaney (d). SL
James hotel; Herman Kohn (r), 409 South
Fifteenth atreet. Clerks S. h Hale tr),
Cretghton block; Harry Edwarfls (,d), Ar-
Judges S. 8. Bechtelheitner (d). 614 South
Thirteenth atreet; W. H. Shoup (r). UT
South Thirteenth street; Robert C. Feenan
d), 608 South Thirteenth street. Clerks
Kd Arnold (d). 620 South Thirteenth street
Deo J. Meyer tr), 122 South Thirteenth
Judges C. J. Emery (d), JV1 North Nine
teenth atreet; C. E. Harrington d). 1708
Douglaa atreet; J. W. Mahoney (r), SIS
North Eighteenth atreet. Clerk W. O.
Anderson (r), 1922 Dodgo street; George E.
Jewett (d). 1912 Capitol avenue.
Judges J. B. Boyle tr), 1818 St. Mary's
avenue; John Q. Loos (r). Young Men's
Christian Association building; X. W. Pact
(di. Nineteenth and Harney streets. Clerks
J. F. Novak td), 419 South Nineteenth
street; Martin SugUrman (r), 1918 Farnarn
Judges J. W. Robinson (r), 618 South SI
teenth street; Otto Htuben (d). 612 South
Seventeenth street; W. S. Wesley (d), 821
South Twentieth street. Clerks W. J. Lit'
tie (d). TO South Nineteenth street; Oscar
Peterson tr). 718 South Slxteeenth street.
Judges Thomas Stribling td), 214 South
Twentieth street; Harry Lyons (r). 2403
Harney street; Phil J Tebbens (r), 316
South Twenty-sixth atreet. Clerka O. 8.
Cobb (r), 207 Farnam street; George Bert
rand d). 3017 Howard street.
Judges C. E. McCaffrey (d). 2J0 Douglaa
street; J. H. Brooks (r), 16.H Davenport
' street; A. H. Voeberg (r). 2U South Twenty-fifth
street. Clerks J. J. PolnU (d),
2201 Douglas street; B. & Sackett (r), 2014
TO BE PURE,
Judges Jerotna B. Parrott (r), 4624 Flor
ence; L. B. Parsons (r), 1204 Ouat; A. H.
Kickard (d), 14i Ogden avenue. Clerks
t. onion T. Bandera r), 4121 North Twenty
fourth street; C. M. Rich (d), 8916 North
Judges J. C. Westh td). 8707 North Eight
eenth street; Joseph Redmond (r), ItH
Corhy street; A. O. Soott r), 1921 Blnney
street. Clerks W. T. Nelson (r), 3701 North
Nineteenth, street: Kd Marnoll (d), 8707
Is'orth Nineteenth atreet.
Judges Ralph Howard (d), Sherman ave
nua and Ohio street; C. E. Russell (d). 1U1
Corby street; Jake Conneman (r). 2214 Sher
man avenue. Clerks-rllalfden Jacobean (r).
Uli Ohio street; C. A. Larson td), 2621
North Nineteenth street.
Judne- Paul A. Haskell (r). IRK North
Ktghteenth street; Anthony Msrtlk (d), 1007
North Nineteenth street; Jamea Douflat
td). 3027 North. Tnentieih street. .Clerks
V. T. MclAinoiiMh td). 2027 North Twen-J
tieth street; uni w HDy tr), IMS North
Judges Hen J. Stone tr), 1138 Sherman
avenue; F. H. Koesters (d). 1116 North
Eighteenth street; Thomas Gentleman tdi,
1414 Sherman avenue. Clerks J. J. Spell
man tdi. 1710 Nicholas street; Louis J.
Ruber (r), Hie. North Ktghteenth street,
Judges T. J. O'Connor td). Twenty
second and Willis ttonue; Harry Mc
Donald ir), 2218 Willis avenue; E. O.
Humphrey (r). 2219 Willia avenue. Clerka
W. A. Knight td), 2219 Willis avenue; C.
b. tiler tr). l.ake street.
Judges C. W. Shrader (d), 2614 Blondo
street; Nels Nelson tr), 2623 Franklin street;
Farreil (rl, 1914 North Twenty-sixth street.
Clerks H. J. Thoinpsett td), 2.2S F.rsklna
"street; L. C. lllggina tr), 1430 Parker
Judges D. O. Belt (d). 2728 Blondo
street; Harry liard tr). 1911 North Twenty-
eighth street; Dan Westergard tr). 17 U)
North Thirty-third street. Clerks P. J
Noodgaard (di, 2a Blondo atreet; Ray W
Saalfteld (r), 2731 Blondo street.
Judges W. It. McMlllen td), 4130 Orant
-traet; M. O. Cunningham (r). 4331 Frank
lln atreet; J. 8. Bennett (r). Ml 2 Oram
treat. Clark-rrga . Pa! ft .17
North Forty-sixth street: Frank R. Mar
tin tr), 4706 Boulevard avenue.
Judires William C. Voss d). 807 South
Twenty-fourth street; J. W. Malane Fr), 2619
Reese street; Charles L. Thimas (r). 1012
South Twenty-ninth street. Clerks A. A.
Beckman d), 814 South Twenty-ninth
street; 0. P. Hartwlck tr). 2T0R Tierce street
Judges v.. Brain (d), 1M7 South Twenty
elahth street: J. P. MeNamara (r), 1541
South Twenty-eighth street: T. R. Ptrawn
(r), 1920 South Twenty-eiantn street.
Clerks H. Burney (d). 2701 Hickory street:
Leslie Sablnl (r), MM) South Twenty-eighth
THIRD PRECINCT. ,
Judges Otto Rauman (d); Harry I Steel
(r). 1318 South Thirtieth street; Oeorge S.
t'nutll (ri V4 Smith Thlrtv-flrst street.
Clerks R. E. Smith (d). 1117 South Tlilrfy
flrst street; Bert Wilcox (r), 1322 South
Judges William O'Connor Fd). 4515 Center
street; Martin Langdon (r). 2120 South Thirty-fourth
street; John Norberg (r), 2106
South Thirty-third street. Clerks Charles
Ortman (d). 2141 South Thirty-third street
S. B. Bower (r), Fifty-fifth and Lincoln
Judges Z. Stevens (r), 91" North Twenty
first; T. F. Noonan (d), 2.4
Charles street: D. F. McKenna (d), 1?34
North Twenty-fourth street. Clerks
Charlea Cann Fd). 2420 Charles street; C
L. Frltcher Fr), 2418 Caldwell street.
Judges John C. Fltipatrlck Fd), 721 North
Eighteenth street; W. J. Johnson Fd): F.
Stallard Fr), 1909 Webster street. Clerks
J. McLaughlin Fd), 811 North Seventeenth
street; Oeorge Whltmoro tr), 1S18 Webster
Judges ,T. H. Hanley td), 1922 Chicago
street; W. H. Jamleson (d), 1810 Chicago
street; M. F. McDonald Fr), 618 North
Eighteenth street. Clerks J. Harney (d),
1922 Chicago street: D. W. Hlller (r).
Judges Elmer Epstein (d), 511 North
Twenty-third street; W. A. Fields Fd). 518
North Twenty-third street; James Ruan
(r), 2216 Burt street. Clerks W. S. Robert
son Fd), 2406 Cass street; E. A. Smith Fr),
2f.04 Chicago street.
Judges-Chris Moeller td). 814 North
Twenty-seventh street: W. F. Meyer Fd),
27U7 Cuming street; Fred weymuller (r),
'Sl North Twenty-sixth atreet. Clerks
Julius Anheuser Fd). 815 North Twenty
aevanth street; John Rurghoff tr), 966 North
Judges Fred W. Cosgrove Fd). 1214 North
Thirty-fourth street; J. B. Conlngham Fr),
8403 Lafayette avenue: Fred O. Witte Ft).
U13 Seward street. Clerks C. D. Ulover
Fd). 8528 Iafayette: E. E. Zimmerman (r).
1114 North Thirty-fifth street.
Judges P. W. Morrlsey td), 320 Thirty-
fifth avenue: P. E. Flodman (r), 3006 Cali
fornia street; I.. A. Tnlbert Fr). 3401 CalD
fornla street. Clerks Alfred Allegaard (d).
3216 California street; C. E. Malm (r), 620
North Thirty-second street.
Judges Ray E. Coad Fd). 8718 Farnam
street; W. 8. Heller Fr). llfi North Thlrty-
ttilrd street; J. O. Detweller (r). &4 Dodge
street. Clerks Alex Peaslnger (d), 3t4)4
Dodge street; Robert D. Lynn (r), 3111 Dav
Judges Julius Wolf (d), 1L1) North Twen
ty-seventh street; Robert D. Duncan (r),
2628 Davenport street; Ray T. Planteen Fr),
tstl Callfornlt street. F'lerks E. N. Ronca
Fd). 1709 Dodge street: Harry Cowduroy (r).
117 South Twenty-ninth atreet.
Judges Dan Dlmon idl. 1.111 South Elev
enth street; Joseph R. Walsh Fd), 1018 South
Tenth atreet; V. H. Champanoy Fr), 1106
South Tenth street. Clerks W. H. Cun
ningham Fd), 1312 South Twelfth street;
Bam Pollack Fr), 1015 South Kleventh street.
Judges Michael Ixwely . Fd). 1021 South
Twentieth street; R. Butler Fd), 1007 South
Twentieth street; Charles C. Schaeffer Fr),
824 South Twenty-first street. Clerks Ed
Dullng Fd), 808 South Twentieth street; Sam
Mancuso Fr), 1224 South Nineteenth street.
Judges Thomas Prlchard (d), 850 South
Twenty-first street; L. F. Von Doxen Fr),
2229 Leavenworth street; William Vom
Weg Fr), 2121 Leavenworth street. Clerks
Jamea Horton (d), 1210 Poppelton avenue;
Ed Cole Fr).
Judges John Killlan (d), 1257 South Four
teenth street; Anton Dokulll td), 1439 South
Seventeenth street; John Yrak Fr), 1241
South Sixteenth street. Clerks Joseph
Hayduk td), lilt South Fourteenth street;
E. F. Strelta tr). 1622 William street.
' Judges Charles Altman (d), 1313 William
street; John Moucha (d), 1414 South Four
teenth street; Charles Btelger Fr), 1417 Wil
liam atreet. Clerks Joseph Kucera Fd),
1425 South Fifteenth street; John Swoboda
Fr), 1711 South Sixteenth street.
Judges Anthony Bradley (d), S814 Charles
street; John Mackln tr). K2 North Forty
second street; .1. P. Cletnnd (r). torn Nlch
olss street. ('Ietk-C. C. West (d. D
Charles street. Lester C. Hutchenson tr).
4n."0 Nicholas street.
Judges J. 9. HiupstT Id), K South
Thlrty-elclith street; H K. llendee (r).
Forty-third and podge streets; a. w t-n-
son (r). 4'1 Dodge street, i ierss K.iipn
West Id), !K3 Jackson street; Joe Havens
Judges O. J. Martin td). 3'rt Jackson
street; W. L. Painter tr), 34nr, Dewey avenue-
A' A. Fnucher (r). 3104 Iovenworth
street. Clerks-J. A. Tully td). 570 South
Thirty-third street; John McCaffrey (r),
3314 Howard street.
Judges Oeorge E. Seay Fd). J717 Jackson
street; Arfliur Porenson (r), &4 soutn
Twentv-sixth street; C. J. Mccafrrey (r).
72 South Thirtieth street. Clerks John I.
Tamlnoslan (dl, 615 South Twenty-fifth ave-
nue; Isadore Rosenthal FD, 52S South Twenty-fifth
Judges M. L. McCarthy Fd). 65o4 North
Twenty-fourth street; David A. Fitch FriN
3710 North Twentv-flrst street; William
Hnumbach Fr), 2H14 Saratoga. , Clerks L.
K. Lewis (d), 2716 Meredith avenue; A. T.
Gibson Fr), 5714 North Twenty-fourth street.
Judges E. E. French (d). 3738 North
Thirrv-nlnth street; E. E. Brewster (r).
4723 North Thirty-ninth street: H. L. Dana
(r), 4M2 North Thlrtv-slxth street. Clerks
Lewis Kroner (d), 4744 North Forty-third
street; Oeorge MacDotigel Fr), 4728 North
Thirty -sixth street.
Judges W.' A. Show (d), 3029 Emmet
street; W. J. Chapman (d), 50i Emmet
street; Wi H. Arms tr), 3115 Corby street
Clerks T. J. Ppelimsn td). 3019 Kmmet
street; William Robinson tr), 3J34 Corby
Judges P. C. McCarty, Jr. Fd). 2008 Ohio
street; Joe Morrow tr). 2W2 Spencer street;
C. C. Borne Fr), 3111 North Twenty-fourth
stret. Clerks L. Bedford Fd). 2J08 Miami
street; Lewis Devalon tr), 2218 Locust street.
D. No. 1; Frank A MrArdle Fd). Ben
son, R. F. D. No. 1; Henrv Rohwer (t.
Station B, Omaha. Clerks-Hans Rock (d),
Benson. H. K. D. No. I; John Stalley (r).
Benson, R. F. D. No 1
Judges D. W. Nlel (dl, Waterloo; John
Mahott. Jr. Fd. Waterloo; Charles E. Kel
ltt tr), Waterlis. Clerks-Richmond
Mason tdi, Waterloo; W. J. Mack tr),
Judges-F. M. King (d). Florence; W.
R. Wall tr), Florence; J. K. Lowrey Fr),
Florence. Clerks A. F. Close (d). Flor
ence; John Bonedson (r). Florence.
Judges Charles Psmp Fd), .Irvlngton;
Henry Heine (r), Calhoun: O. L. Btolten
berg (r), Florence, R. F. D. Clerks Jo
seph Oltten td). Irvlngton; M. 8. Curtis
Judges Otto Ager td). Benson; K. A.
Hoffman Fd). Benson; William Clark Fr),
Benson. Clerks A. M. Wiggins td), Ben
son; Sandy Morrison tr). Benson.
Judges Martin Utilnti td), Elkhorn; C.
H. Denker tr), Elkhorn; Henry Peters Fr),
Elkhorn. ClerksFred fiuU (d), Elkhorn;
Clyde. Holllstar Ir), ElkHorn.
Judges H. D. Starken Fd), Tenth and
Kavan streets: Christ Chrlstensen tr). 4KS
South Thirteenth street; Charles M. Miller
(r). Tenth and Kavan streets. Clerks S.
P. Torson Fd), Tenth and Kavan streets;
M. E. Stoner Fr).
Judges Henry PahL Fd), Station B.
Otnaha; Fred W ohlers (d), S. O. route No.
1; Will Haltman (r. Station B, Omaha.
Clerks Rudolph Ruser Fd). P. O. route No.
1; H. J. Rosslg (r). Station B, Omaha.
Judges S. Arlon Iwis td), Dundee; C.
E. Ferry Fr). Dundee; A. K. Dodds Fr),
Dundee. Clerks Joseph Wear (d). Dundeet
E. It. Hume Ft), Dundee.
. Jnda-es F. 8. Moulton (d). Elk Cltv: D.
R. Baylor Fd), Klk City; J. W. Shumaker
(r). E k C tv. Clerks J. R. Gtigln (d). F.Ik
City; John McArdle Fr). Elk City.
Judges John McMillan td). 827 South
Twenty-first street: Frank (trace Fd), 1:K)1
Missouri avenue; William Watson Fr). 410
North Fifteenth street. Clerks F. F. Fltz
slmmons td), 534 North Twentieth street;
E. R. Leigh Fr), 728 North Eighteenth
Judges J. D. Campbell Fd), 1004 North
Twenty-third street; Oeorge T. Olbbs Fr),
620 North Twenty-third street; Silas B.
Rlchart Fr), 807 North Twenty-third atreet.
Clerks-C. P. Orchard Fd), 2214 O street;
Fred M. Smith (r), 1002 North Twenty-second
Judges Kd Laltner id), Nineteenth and
O streets; Thomas Zalandek Fd), Thirteenth
and S streets; Gus fllson (r), 260 South
Nineteenth street. Clerks Rud Zechant
(d); Frank Porlna Fr). 273 South Eigh
Judges Peter Devaney id), 172 North
Twenty-second street; Patrick Ford Fd),
177 South Twenty-fifth street; .1. M. Tobias
(r), 123 North Twenty-third street. Clerks
Elmer Flnstrom (d), 136 North Twenty
fifth street; Robert McGimpsey (r), 154
South Twenty-fourth street.
Judges John Kratky (d), 2102 W street;
Charles Flngerles (d). Twenty-seventh and
X streets; Thomas S. Galloway Fr). 56
South Twentieth street. Clerks B. Tobln
(d), Twentv-flfth and Z streets; J. C. Bow
ley (r), 1363 South Twenty-seventh street.
Judges H. T. Ryan Fd). 3416 Y street;
Philip Crosby Fd). 3S10 X street; Frank
Johnson (r), Thirty-ninth and R streets.
Clerks Joe Bvrnea (d), 3610 W street: Ivor
Thomas (r), 4."8 South Thirty-third street.
Judges P. A. Burke (d). 121 North Twen-
tv-slxth street: S. A. Ferguson Fr), 112
North Twenty-fifth street; Pet Olson (r),
133 North Twenty-fifth street. Clerka John
Landon (d). 223 North Twenty-sixth street;
Peter Thompson tr), 200 North Twenty
Judges Aug Schmltt (d). tiSO North Thirty-first
street; John J. O'liourke (d), 266
South Thirty-first street; August Miller (r).
10 North Thirty-third street. Clerka
Thomas Condon (d), 3123 R street; J. S.
McLaughlin (r), 2:2l R street.
' FIRST PRECINCT.
Judges J. S. Goaney Fd). 1502 North Twenty-seventh
street; P. T. Smith (d). Twenty
ninth and F streets; John Kiewltt (r), 2615
A street. Clerks Robert Ihnon Fd), 1336
North Twenty-seventh street; R. K. Miller
Fr), Twnty-N'venth between D and E.
Judgea I'atrlck Broderlck (d). Forty-second
and L streets; Marlon Jenusklewlcs
Fd). Thlrtv-flfth and O streets: Milo Hanno
Fr), 4125 S street. Clerks Ed Peterson Fd),
3638 H street; Frank Narkytan Fr), 4012 K
Judges James Burke Fd), Twenty-fifth
and A streets; J. W. Bouk Fr). 1106 North
Twenty-fourth street; F. L. Whltlock Fr),
932 North Twenty-fourth street. Clerks
H. P. Durkes td), 1218 North Twenty-third
street; A. C. Pancoast (r), 2424 A street.
Judges H. L. Rock Fd), 1214 North Twenty-fourth
atreet; W. P. Corrlgan Fd), 532
North Twenty-fourth street; R. De Young
Fr). 723 North Twenty-seventh street.
Clerks Matt MoDermolt td). 615 North
Twenty-fifth atreet; L. 11. Orler Fr), 615
North Twenty-fifth street.
Judges Charles Junge id). East Omaha;
J. H. Sauers tr), East Omaha; John Rice
Fr), East Omaha. Clerks Bob Muhling (d),
East Omaha; William C. Leasch Fr). East
f V. -
Judges P. C. Peterson Fd). Bennington;
Charlea Klonlngen Fr), Bennington; August
Witte (r) Bennington. Clerks M. H
Frederlckson Fd). Bennington; Charles T.
Buns Fr), Bennington. '
Judges John A. Peters (dl, Millard; Fred
Marado Fd), Millard; Henry Von Doh'ren
Fr), Millard. Clerks Karl Thoelke td),
Millard; A. B. Detweller, Fr), Millard.
Judge-J. E. Burk Fd), Valley; A. C.
Hsdberg Fd), Valley; J. H. Irgram Fr), Val
ley. Clerks L. L. Byars Fd), Valley; C. E.
Byer Fr), Valley.
M ARDLE PRECINCT.
Judges Joseph Decker Fd), Benson, R. F.
Superintendent of New Brandeis An
nex and Theater Building Ship
Men from Chicago.
"Unskilled labor Is a scarce article," de
clared Superintendent Burnham of the
Thompson-Scarrett company, whlPh is put
ting up the Brandeis annex and theater.
"We have shipped some men in from Cht
cago because unable to get them here. Of
bricklayers and masons there are plenty,
but general labor Is not plentiful." '
The company Is now working 800 men, 100
on each shift, and steady progress is being
made in putting up the building. The ex
cavating, sinking of piers and the laying
of the lower walls is always the slowest
appearing work In the erection of a build
ing, and in a few days when the structural
steel begins to go in place the building will
progress at a fast rate.
1 Tuesday Morain
E Not o 1VI fnutc Before.
IMot a Minute Later.
Will Never Return
Friends Say New Announcement of
' Start for Omaha Will End
Tolf Hanson did not return to Omaha
Saturday and relatives and friends hardly
expect him to adhere to the determination
he announced in New York Wednesday to
atat the next day for this city.
The general belief is that he will never
return, though some fancy that he will
ultimately screw up his courage to the
point-of starting for Omaha. "It doesn't
look like It now," said C. E. Herring, who
lias been his attorney. Sidney Swanson
his brother-in-law, said that neither he nor
Mrs. Hanson had had any word from him
since that telegram of July 18, when he
said he would start the next day.
I BEGINS THE GREAT SALE
ENTIRE BEAUTIFUL EXHIBIT
OF MAGNIFICENT SILVERWARE
R. W. Wallace & Soivs Manufacturing Co.
At the National Retail Jewelers Association
Held at the Rome Hotel Last Week.
This display in its entirety the center of attraction
for the thousands who thronged the exhibition was
bought and will be sold, for less than this class of high
grade silverware was ever before sold in the United States.
1 GustaJson . Heidrickson 1
Corner 16th and Capitol Avenuo
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JUROR A SPENDTHRIFT SO
THIRD TRIAL IS GRANTED
lleraase D. A. DavU Was Aetlng U
der Guardian I.lllle A. Tarnrr
Gets Another Hearing-.
A third trial of the damage suit of Llllle
A. Turner against the Omaha & Counoil
Bluffs Street Railway company has besn
granted by Judge Kennedy because of the
Incompetency of one of the Jurors.
Douglas A.-Davis, who was drawn as a
juror in the second trial of the case had
been adjudged a spendthrift and was aot
Ing under a guardian at the time he.
aerved. which fact waa unknown to the
attorneys. When asked hla occupation .n
the examination, he said ha was a horse
trader and declared that he knew of no
reason why he should not be a competent
and fair Juror. Judge Kennedy held that
although his financial Incompetency might
not make him unfit for Jury service, he
was guilty of misrepresentation 1n not de
claring it when asked concerning hla fit
The suit -was brought by Llllle A. Turner
for 16.000 damages alleged to have been suf
fered In an -accident at Twenty-third and
Cuming streets in 1906. It was tried once
before Judge Troup and the verdict wsb
for the company. This judgment was va
cated by Judge Troup because of a fault
in his instructions to the Jury, and the
second trial came before Judge Kennedy.
The second verdict was also for the defendant.
Easy Money Victim
Cries for Help
Wisconsin Man Mulcted by Shark
Asks Police to Get His Coin
If you have anything to Sell or trade
and' want quick action advertise tt la
The Bee Want Ad columns.
Officers National Retail Jewelers' Assbciation
Ji.:T.k to 'Hxt;. T v."; V; . - yv .
are moot mat It.
Oeorge O. Oookreli for justice.
Binehart, photographer, 18th & Farnam.
Xeym, photo, removed Jo ltth & Howard.
Investors seeklnr real estate loams, aee
E. II Ambler. 15 Bee building.
Xo.altable life Policies, sight drafts at
maturity. H. D. Neely, manager, Omaha.
Six Pep Cent raid on ftartngs Accounts
11.00 to $5,000 by Nebraska Savings
and Loan Association, Board of Trade
building. Organised 1886.
Dairyman's Wife Oeta Dlvoroe Mrs.
Anns' E. Howell, who had a petition for
divorce refused some time ago succeeded
in getting Judge Troup to reopen the case
for further testimony and obtained a de
cree. Her husband is Erastus Howell,
Wattles rirst to Give for BItsi The
first subscription to the National Klver
and Harbor congress made by an Omahan
has come from Q. W. Wattles, who gave
$100. John L. Fox, the special director of
the congress. Is confident that Omaha will
do aa well as other river cities which
have given from $2,100 up.
Xtegress rinds Easy Money Gabriel
Cormlne, an Italian, was robbed of $100
in an alley near the Pacific Express com
pany's barn at Eleventh street and Cap
itol avenue by i negro woman. She took
Cormlne down the alley, reached Into hla
pocket without a word, and then fled with !
his money for unknown districts before
the Italian could, catoh his breath. Cor
mlne lives at U01 Chicago street.
Union raoiflo Corn Show Booklet
The Union Pacific is the first railroad to
order a corn show booklet prepared for this
year's exposition. General Pausenger
Agent E. L. Lomax haa ordered thousands
printed of this new booklet, for which the
cover design cost the road $300. A space
30x45 has been taken at tha corn show by
the road, besides space 30x70 In which a
moving picture show will be installed. This,
with the government exhibit, will show the
whole reclamation work in the west.
Oatiors Baok la ' Court Two suits
against the city of Omaha have teen
tiled by John T. Cathera on behalf of
Louisa E. Cathers, both of them claiming
redress for property condemned in open
ing a street. Because in opening Locust
street from Florence boulevard to Twen
ty-fourth aire. Cathers was awarded only
$ao, when she believed her damages to be
greater, one suit is for $1,T7 on that culm.
The other petition aska for an injunction
to prevent the city or the olty treasurer
from collecting $300 back benefits on prop
erty also on North Twentieth street. Dam
ages were awarded Mrs. Cathera on this
property to the extent of-$i76. but back
benefits weie assessed against It at the
same time. She declares that the benefits
are imaginary and axkx a restalning oidcr
to prevent their collection.
Evidently Paul Schultz of Menomonle,
Wis., does not read the Omaha papers or
else he would probably be $25 richer than
A week ago a smooth confidence man
"worked" two strangers at South Omaha
for $40. He told them he was a ranchman
from Nevada and would give them employ
ment in his state. He met them at Union
station In this city and tookvthetn to 8outh
Omaha, where he secured his grip and
went to the depot with his victims. There
he admitted to them that he was lacking
sufficient coin to pay the transportation
for all three and requested that one of them
No Boring Yet
on Woodmen Lot
Test of Ground Delayed Pending Sig.
natures to Contract Work on
Bank Building Starts.
Boring on the lot at Sixteenth and Jack
son streets by the Woodmen, is delayed
pending the return to the city of Mrs.
A'fred Millard, whose signature. 1b neces
sary to the contract for the sale of tin
J. C. Root declares that engineers havtj
assured him that bedrock wlil be struck at
a depth of sixty-five feet and -that it Is
now planned to sink forty caissons to this
The first shovelful of earth In. excavat
ing for the City . National building was
thrown 'Saturday morning. The work la
being done by the general contractors. The
jn TI.I. ..... Ar.., h. rnnf -
, . , . ... .' , . . vi ,i,! meeting to elect more directors tor the
dence man went Into the depot to buy the . "... . . . . . , , ...
tickets. He was seen no morK
Paul Schulta, from erudite Wisconsin,
came to Omaha and was met at Union stu
tlon in the same manner as the other two
men. He went to the depot at South
Omaha and permitted the confidence man
to get fZi of his money for buying a ticket
to Nevada. The stranger made his disap
pearance act In Just the same munner as
Now Paul has appealed to the police of
both cities to recover his lost money.
FRUIT SHOW T0BE A HUMMER
Exhibition at Council Blaffa De
signed aa i the Beat Ever
"The horticultural show at Council Bluffs
November 15 to 30 will far eclipse any pre
vious effort of the kind in the west," says
Freeman L. Heed, superintendent of the
show. "We now have an organization in
forty-one states working up exhibits and
interest in the show. Reports from these
indicate that the show will be a hummer.
Laft year It was held at the same time as
the National Corn exposition in Omaha, but
this year the date Is fixed for a month
'Preparations are now under way at
Council Bluffs for nearly double the ex
hibit space. We will build a permanent
addition to the Auditorium and will use
as much of the surrounding space fur tem
porary buildings as possible."
bank, which was to have been, held Sat
urday, has gone over to Monday or Tuesday.
ARE YOU YOUNG? CAN YOU
DANCE? HERE'S YOUR CHANCE
More Children Are Needed for Japa.
neae Tea Partr of AU-Sar-Ben
The first rehearsal for the Children's
Japanese Tea party which Is. to- take the
place of the Children's ball at te fall
festivities of Ak-8ar-Ben, was- held Sat
urday morning at the Auditorium, with
fifty children present.
Many more are needed and . ace - urged
to be present at the next rehearsal, 'which
will be held Tuesday at 10 a, ,m., at the
Auditorium. The children's ball was one
of the most popular stunts ever pulled off
by Samson and It Is said that the Japan
ese Tea party this fall will be ev,en prettier
than its predecessor.
Mrs. W. A. Paxton. Jr., is the chairman
of the woman board of managers of the
tea party and the other member of the
committee are Mrs. L. L. KounUei' Mra.
Isaac A. Coles, Mrs. Osgood KastmaTl, Mrs.
Arthur Remington, Mr.. Harry-. -Wilklns,
Mrs. Joseph Barker and Mrs. J. M.
Cudahy. Prof. Chambers ".will havi
charge of the rehearsals and many new
figure will be Introduced.
WILL PREACH IN OLD PULPIT
Rev. A. 8. C. C larke of Krasitoa
Fill T Places on Hla Vacation.
Rv. and Mra. A. it. C. Clarke of Evans
ton, III., are visiting In Omaha. 'Dr. Clarke,
who for five years was pastor of Lowe
Avenue Pretibyterian church, will preach
at Westminster church today and a week
fiom Kunday at Ixwa Avenue. He and
Mis. Clarke are simply here to vllt olu
friends, and he U not In any sense a can
didate for thu pulpit which is vacant a
Westminster, nor will he be.
Dr. Clarke Is pactor of the oecond I'res
byterian church of Kvanston, to which h
went nearly two years ago. Thla la tlx
first visit he and Mm Clarke have mad.
to Omaha since going to Evannton.
1. J. P. Archibald. President. Pennsylvania; t Joseph Maser, 'First Vice President, Oklahoma; J. Jacob Nabstedt, hecond Vice
President. Iowa; 4. Claude Wheeler. Secretary, Missouri; k A. B. Hull. Treasurer, Michigan; 6. A. Calluou, Iowa, and T. T.
L. Combs. Nebraska, Executive Committee.
MEN WHO WILL DIRECT AFFAIRS FOR COM1NO TEAR.
of deadly microbes occurs when throat am
lung dineayea are treated with Dr. King'
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Beaton Drug Co.
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