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IOHN RAIIMRR niFQ cimnrNiv;
, ..wilult VUJg UUULLlllil
eteran Jeweler Ernn
Federnl Building. j
WAS SHAKING HA2-TD OF FKUND
'' I" Omiikii KnrD-Thrrr Unri1
Aa nri llpi-nfil n Jewelry lorf j
Whf n Omaha Was 91111
Ur mall. I
WHO DIED YESTERDAY
ERDMAN CONTINUES PEEYISH :&HXrm&&&
In the a.-t ff i:trtt!t,K mi oM friend ami ,
ft aklna I iimlv, .In) n Pn'imir. i ti" rf 1
Omaha's nMit pictirpm and fir esrs a
promlrenl Jen e! r if the city. Tell df-ail at
Sixteenth a ' '1 T'cdte Ftiefts Thnr'1a- i
mornlnir. Mr. Itnunifr tnet Henry !
rhrenpfort at al 'i'it II :2a o' lf k anil w a
e'aplnn Ms fr'rnil'a hard ulen he reelrd i
and fell d-.. a; '.'r. Khrenpf. rt's fret. '
Mr. Flatirrer v ax 70 - cai a nlil anil llvel
ai Ml. N'urth Nineteenth Mrett. It li te- !
lieed his irl ln deat;i va clue to h'Sit
Mr! I'aumrr w an l.ni n on .Tune II. 1s0. in j
tha city f Mutntnr. Urrminv. He was the;
prn nf a f:erti..in veteran wlin hsd served j
under Napn..,.n Honinrt throughout the :
M"tilir; evn J f at of a TnpalRti 1 11 k of the '
rieat emperor. Aa a youth he learnod the
Jewelry nr:d at. lima k Ins i-raft. w orking
for aeverat ye.irs In I,'iu!i;i. He lame to
Amerlra In anil nrkel at his trade
annreaslvely In .Vow York and Philadelphia.
After about a year the yniinK man rame
to Omaha, when thla ilty had a population
of only (.nnf) re, pie. He established a tit-.
tla Jewelry store on T-'arnam ftreet and
elnce that time ha been one of the most
wall known and beloved citizen of the
city, Tftiromrh his long experience In the
early years of Omaha's irrovvth, Mr. Rau
man established a reputation for honesty
and upriirhtneas and received from his
many friends the title of "Honest" John.
Ha waa married In 11 IS to Miss Josephine
f.ranacher. i-.iKht children were born to j Members of Omaha Exchange Join
ins iupi, aim live aro now uvinK. i'ur
daughters and one eon. He was elected to
the state 1-kimihi hib In 18T5, and became
county clerk In ISM.
Those who survive Mr. Haumer of his
Immediate family are the follow-In? dauph
tera and con: Wllhelmina, now elater Con-
uelo of the Lorrtta order stationed at
Pant Fa, N. M ; Sophie, bookkeeper at
the (Imaht Commercial club; Hertha, as
ttant at the puhllc library; Mary, a
trained nurae, and William, with the North
western Mutual Life Insurance company.
From an Old I'hotoRraph.
GRAIN MEN IN ASSOCIATION
NEW CADET OFFICERS
WILL BE NAMED SOON
Reeemmeailstlani for rromotlona Are
Made Winter Drive. C'adeta In.
doom for Daily rtrllla.
Now that cold weather has Bet In, the
drill of the Omaha Hl(?h school regiment
la being held In the High achool building-.
Ona feature of the work at present la the
battalion drill, which Is held every Tues
day. Thla drill J Is executed under the
command of the majors and la an unus
ually Interesting one, as three companies
compose a battalion and the drill la much
mora complicated than the simple com
pany drill. Recommendations for promo
tlnna, which will be made before Chrlst
maa, are as follows:
First Battalion Company F. for second
lieutenant, Ralph Judig; for eerfeant.
'harlea leverton; for corporals, Walter
f'ohn and Kd Riley. Company B. for cor
poraJ, W. Hmlth.
Second Battalion Company E, for ser-
feanta, Gordon Mills; for corporal, Karl
loore. Company P, for aericeant, Q.
Third nnttaflon Company H. tor er
areant, A. Jonnson; for corporal, K. Mar
plea. Company I. for sergeant, Howard
Suttenger; for corporals, C. Allen, F. Por
ter and El Qrleb.
CHILDREN IN COLONIAL PLAY
frfta Boalcky'a f'laaa Appears In Mies
Redfleld's "Declarattosi of Inde-
ADDRESS BY SPECIAL AGENT
Appeal for Local Representatives la
Mnde hy 4'hnrles H. Ilyley of To
ledoPart of rlnns for
Several scire members of the Omaha
Oram exchange Thursday morning Joined
the (iraln Healers' National axHoolatlon,
following an address hy Charles B. ltyley
of Toledo, cpeclal aaent of the national
Mr. rtyley came here on behalf of the
national anHoclatlnn In connection with the
big convention In Orn.iha next October.
He told the grain men (hat since Omaha
had been accorded the honor It ought to
be well represented In the membership roll
of the national body, and his suggestion
was at once acted upon hy those who were
not. already members.
Mr. Ryley, who I- a resident of Toledo,
O., made his add -ens to the exchange
shortly before It formally opened for the
Tabor College Begins
Campaign for Funds
Clock in Postoffice Registers Each
Thousand Dollars Subscribed to
Meet Conditions for Gift.
famous colonial character will be Imper-
uiwimi Hi i j.. ..... v. " -
Celd'a dramatic production, "The Declara
tion of Independence." by Miss Emma
Rosicky and her eighth grade In the
Toung Mcn'a Christian association audi
torium Saturday at t.30 p. m. The char
acters and those who Wll Impersonate
them are M follows:
Colonial I amei at a Tea Party Mnry
Carrier, Jennie Kalnla. Volma Harms. Vio
let McOlmsey, Hesste T'rltiyl, Eva Oold
atlne. Fannie Kotur, Mildred Ixingnecker.
Florence McOlmsey, Ulllan Vanous, Fleu
FIRST CONTINENTAL, CONaRKtfS.
President Randolph Charles Shamek
John Jay. Stewart I.lndberg
fsamuel Adama John Fiala
Robert Treat i"atre Kdward Krnth
Henjsmln Harrison Wlnfleld Ovlatt
HKCONP CONTINENTAL CONGRESS.
President Hancock William Cathroe
John Adams Howard ITpUearaff
lr. John Wltherspoon Ernest Carlson
Benjamin Franklin William Cos
Francis Lewis Alex Frank
Kldridge Gerry t Harold Wrlgh
Oliver Wolcott Kciwaxd Sehek
John Poe John Kolacnv
Isaac Ixw llaron Butts
(Lemuel Huntington Sol Abramovita
kidward Rutledge William Larson
INCOME TAX TO BE DEBATED
OsMlue High School to Opea Debatlaa
uh by Meetlaar Conucll Blaffa
In OiMho, Feb. 1.
Tbe first debate of the year for the
Omaha, High achool, which will be held
TebroajT 1. was announced at a meeting
of the debating sguad Wednesday after
noon. Mr. Anderson, who haa charge of
bating at the High school, called the de
baters together and gave them some val
uable pointers for the coming debate. The
question will be: Resolved, That a grad
uate income tax, with an exemption of In
come below I?. 000, would be a desirable
modification of our present system of tax
ation. Thla question will be debated with
Council Bluffs Hlsh school at the Crelh
ton auditorium in this city. By announce
ment of the question nearly two months I
la advance, ample time for preparation is
given the debaters.
Mr. Fisher of New York. yesterday
afternoon talked to the High school en
thusiasts on physical culture, lir. Fisher
Is associated with the Young Men's Chris
tian association physical department.
TABOR, la., Pec. . (Special.) A big
clock marked Tabor Cortege" has been
placed In the lobby of the postoffice at
Tabor and la an object of unusual interest,
for Its purpose l to register the subscrip
tions being made to complete the $40,000
endowment fund for Tabor college, the
payment of which Is conditioned upon the
above amount being ralaed this month.
(n December 1, J12.000 of the $40,000
still remained to be secured and an
active canvass Is being made by a Joint
committee of college trustees and mem
bers of the Tabor Commercial club.
Wm. Bankston of Tabor was the first
to cause the clock to strike 1 by pledg
ing $1,000 and within the laat few days an
other $1,000 has caused the minute hand
to move over the dial to the figure 2, the
Woman's fnlon pledging another $Ti00 and
private parties the remainder of the $1,000
Every time the clock registers an addi
tlonol $1,000 the college bell and church
bells ring, the students give their college
yells and there Is unusual rejoicing. Home
thing special will be doing when the clock
Defendant Busy Trying" to Conduct '
His Case. j '
WITNESSES REPEAT THREATS;,
l.onlsvllle Cltlsena Relate .aaplploas j '
i Anion of Man on Trial and Kx-
rlnmallona Made Against j,
! Curses aaln were resorted to by Frank I '
Krdman. on trial In the criminal division I ,
I of the district court for attempting to
: murder Tom pennlson with an Infernal
machine. In criticising his attorney. John
j O. Yelser. for his method of conducting
the deTcnse at Thursday morn!"g's sitting.
In the examination of witnesses Erdnian
several times c lllctzed Mr. 1 elser. Once,
when some question nnd answer called to
his mind thoughts of Elmer Thomas, for
whom he a' securing evidence of law
violations at the time he is alleged to
have attempted Pennlson's murder. Erd
nian cursed Thomns and applied an In
Several testified that Krdman threatened
the life of Penn son. The witnesses were
sha"ilv cross-examined bv Yelser.
Steve Muloney, city detective, told of
Inviectlng the dynamite and the revolver
found In the suit case and gave account
of the dynamite. He testified that after
Krdman li st a police court gambling case
he met Erdmnn at Thirteenth and Pouglaa
streets on May 14. and Erdman cursed the
administration and Tom Pennlson and de
clared he would blow up Pennlaon. The
witness quoted " Erdman as saying: "I'll
get me a shot gun and I'll have Justice
In these courts."
Answering questions of Mr. Telser which
intimated that he did not know that the
dyn;.mlte that was tested was the same
that was found In the suitcase, witness
said he is sure It was the same.
"You didn't sleep with It. did you?"
asked the attorney.
Ilrrnrr Heard Threats.
J. M. Brewer of Crawford, Neb., former
city councilman In that, town, testified last
January Erdman waa In Crawford, visited
the witness' saloon and caused the arrests
and convictions of the witness and other
Crawford officials and citlsens for violat
ing liquor laws. He said Erdman said to
hint, referring to Pennlson: "I've got It
In for him and I'm going to blow him off
the earth the first chance I get." "He
said ho lost two fortunes on account of
Pennlson." said the witness."
Thomas Murphy, a Crawford, Neb., bar
tender, testified that in the saloon In which
he worked last January Erdman exhibited
guns similar to that found In the suitcase
and that found on Brdman's person when
he was arrested.
J. P. Haywood, proprietor of a weekly
newspaper In Crawford, said he- heard a
conversation between Erdman and former
Mayor Cooper of Crawford at Chadron,
whin Erdman told Cooper that Pennlson
had robbed him of two fortunea out of
$40,000. He repeated threats made by Erd
mnn. Michael Wallace teatlfled that Erdman
met him after the Windsor hotel gambling
raid a year ago and told him he was going
to "get" Pennlson before he got through
If it took a charge of dynamite to do It.
Rrdmnn at Saloon.
Roman c. Maters ans Cecil F. Smith
testified that when they were tending bar
in Mccarty's saloon. Louisville, about May
17 or IS, Krdman visited the saloon and
made Inquiries regarding the atone quar
ries. Ernest Brounkow, proprietor of a
pool hall in Louisville testified that Erdman
loafed in his place May IT or IS. He said
he came to Omaha and Identified him after
James Ponahue of the Omaha police de
partment testified that he saw the dyna
mite tested and that It blew out portions
( f a wall.
Frank 8. Aughe, an Omaha patrolman,
testified that several nights before the find
ing of the suitcase he arreeted Erdman
In the railroad yards near Fifteenth and
Webster streets at 2 a a. in. He said he
found on him a big blue steel gun similar
to that Identified In the trial as Erdman's.
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