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Winners for Judges of Supreme Court
JUDOC CHARLES B.LETTON
JUDGE WILLIAM B. ROSE
UU06C FRANCIS (LHAM E H
G.O.. P. WINSOUT IN DOUGLAS
Turn Tables on Democrats by Ma
jorities that Leave No Doubt.
COUNTY TICKET SWEEPS ALL
Dtnnrrttle I.eaA of 12,000 In 1010
la Reversed and Turned Into a
Republican Lead of 3,000
The election In Douglas county turned
ut such a victory as Is most gratifying
to the republicans. With the exception
of Fred H. Hoye, wno voi deleatsd for
the office at sheriff by Felix McShane,
Jr., the whoU county ticket li elected.
The vote was not aa heavy as had been
anticipated from the registration, falling
far short of the possible total. The short
er is noticeable In all the Omaha wards,
nd also In South Omaha,
On the jud!o:ary ticket, the republican
sndldatea are all given a most flatter
Ing endorsement. The espoctal effort
made to dofoat Jat'ge Eolelle, and e ect
Kcrloy O. Moorhrad In his place, did not
ftt very far, as the vote for Judge Estelle
la most decisive.
Tor the slat . ticket the returns are
een mors satisfactory. It amounts to a
reversal from the democratto majority in
1910 of 12,000 votes, turning It Into a re
publican majority approximately 8,000 in
Ileinlts la Donnlns,
Complete returns from Douglas county
gaprciuo Conrt Judges.
Ha- Let- Old-
IWard. mcr. ton. Rose. Dean. hum.SUrk.
1 443 447 474 tail 647 Hi
it 601 to 8tll tldS . 810 M
8 694 WW WU W7 19 1 US
4 648 iUQ (WD -till 60) t4
t 1,025 l,t&7 l.Ou 9,3 Wl - WJ
t 778 "M 61S 4U 443 447
7 770 tMU goO 04d M7 BDO
..,.. b',9 i luj WU l7 Ml
H IK-l) t)e 70!) G'w lit
10...,. 714 791 7.0 407 4l 4K
11 710 7l 770 M t-'7 4b
12 1,044 1,100 1.10-1 Ui 04 IVi
Tot. .lt M74 P.M 7,901 T9 7,042
Go. O. tm 1.034 l.UtS 1.1W0 l.fkl 1.7M
C try. 1..W l.COS 1.60 1.221 1.11S 1,016
Tot.12,214 12,806 U.S60 9.2S 0.081 0,140
Omaha. 8. Oma. Co. Total,
Pay (R.) 1,6K4 1.W8 ia,lSw
Estelle, (R ) ,...8,W3 1,611 1,21)3 11,108
Kennedy (K.) ..,3XJ 1,68(J 1.648 U,6iJ
Leslie (R.) S.SWJ 1,63S 1.606 M.lWt
Soars (R.) I', 360 l.Crt 1.KI6 12.686
Sutton (R.) fc,3 1.846 1.C88 13.216
Troup (R.) 0.671 1 676 1.64.1 12,t8i
Cooper (D.) ....6.467 1.733 1,060 0.260
li.il) art U. . ...o.KjI i.v.J l.snd I. ill
Grossman (D.).. 8.784 1,768 1,W 0,5l2
Haffke tD.) ....6,1! 1,772 1.10SI . 9,070
loorhad (D.). .7,363 1.821 1,224 10,410
Fatrlck (D.) ...6.315 1.631 1,010 8.975
Winters tD.) .. 6.844 1,83,' 833 8,706
First ward 4ii4
Hecond ward..' 670
Third ward WH
Fourth ward 4"6
Fifth ward 7:16
Sixth ward 680
Seventh ward 450
Klghtli ward 4io
Nintli ward 653
Tenth ward 750
Eleventh ward 430
Twelfth ward 714
Clerk of District
Second ward ....
Fifth ward ......
Seventh ward ...
Eleventh ward ,
Twelfth ward ...
South Omaha .,
For Conntr Treasurer.
Ure (R). Endres (D).
First ward .
Third ward ..
Fourth ward .
Fifth ward ...
Sixth ward ...
Eighth ward .
BETTER FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OIL,
SALT5.0R PILLS, AS IT SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTFJ4 MORE EFFICIENTLY AND
IS FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE.
IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS
ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS
AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
in the Circfe,
on everii Pacfcago of tho Genuine.
.ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND
CENUINB WHEN CALLED FOR, ALTHOUGH THEY COULD
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA
TIONS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE, BECAUSE
IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE GOOD OF THEIR
CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICINES, SUCH
DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO LEAL WITH. AS YOUR
LIFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON
.THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY
Noto fto Full Name of tho Gompan
ID'HIJII li ll'UiiMMIIIII L2l
- T . - nn urn tr
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS.NEAK 1 HE tOrrOM, AND IN
THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACK AGE, OF THE
GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
DRUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE 60c PER BOTTLE.,
atostXItK 'sin WT ;1 i i'l
ChNjrjrti' i cohol J j jr
) "hmjiiwi conrno, l jj
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE.
BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAL, STRENGTHENING WAY
AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM. WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTER-EFFECTS AND WITHOUT
IRRITATING, DEBILITATING OR GRIPING. AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE IN ANY
WAV WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OF WELL.
INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OP ITS VALUE FROM PERSONAL USE. TO GET ITS
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE; MANUFACTURED BY THE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO;
rwimrisTTwi nr"? asm wn MinrrnfflroWiT ifcTM
Will Always Be Found at the Only Sample Clothing
Store in Omaha.
On Thursday, Nov. 9, at 9 a. m., we place on Special Sale:
$1.00 and $1.50 Children's Hoods and Bonnets, 1,000 Q0a
samples to choose from sample sale price uUC
$10.00 Skirts, every one a sample, made from Imported $J an
woolens on special sale.. $4s4v
$4.00 Sample Skirts $1.08
$1.00 Tailored Waists 39 I LADIKS- PLVSH COATH-On
$4.00 Silk Petticoats..... $1, 4 g I special sale, up Q PA
$1.00 Ladles' Union Suits... 35 from.'
SILK DKKKSKS, up from $4.03
Our Misses' and Children's Coats are great bargains, up
iUnhattan JainpU Atore.
Ninth ward 903 R3J
Tenth ward 713 4X8
Fllevrnth ward 7U 647
Twalfth ward Ml 1,104
Omaha total 8. Hi 6,844
South Omaha 1.1)74 1.
Country 1V3 1,177
Grand total 11.1S8 0,770
First ward 477
(Second ward tii.7
Third wird 8.H
Kourth ward Bi4
Fifth ward ff,i
blxth ward 7K1
Beventh wnrd 861
Eighth ward Wit
Ninth ward Lost
Tenth ward 740
Eleventh ward.. 815
Twelfth ward 1,015
South Omaha l.tfcl
Grand total U3S7
i For Cosmty J nil are.
Crawford (Ft). Lynch
First ward 4KI
Second wcrd 510
Third ward 8!U
Fourth ward 604
Fifth ward LOW
Rlahth ward .
Ninth ward ...
Tenth ward ..
Twelfth ward 1,065
Total city ..
Totals 11.023 10.001
Conntr f ommlaatonrr, Third Dlstrlrt
South Omaha 1,072 J.viio
country precincts 1,1 to 1.441
. Totals -...12,060 10,472
Conntr Commissioner, Fifth District.
Omsha 9,M1 6.994
Bouth Omaha 1.693 1.74H
Country precincts 1,391 1.174
Totals 12,744 9,911
Jnstlee of Peace,
Cockrell , 9,2tf
Leader 9,1 Mi
l weirtn ward misslnic.
Police Jadare, Omaha.
764 4i ill
Total 8.961 7,478
First ward 430
Second ward G16
'third wurd 767
Fourth ward 693
Fifth ward 902
Seventh ward 1ti7
Eighth ward , 610
Ninth ward , 771
Tenth ward 6:t8
Eleventh waid 7111
Twelfth ward fM
South Onutlia I,ii23
Grand total 11,307
For Connty Surveyor.
(Hep.) llJern )
Omaha 9,4.11 6,797
South Omaha 1.710 l,7u6
country precincts l,4o mm
south Omaha 1.6M 1,702
Country precincts 1,468 1,187
Bnperln leaden (.
Yoder le Doll
Casey (Rep.) S.2C8
Jhurch (Hep.) 8.&0
uorwart (Hep.) 8,832
ilensel (Hep.-Uem.) 13.430
r lemon (Hep.) 8,o2a
.voods (l)em.-Htp.) 111,971
Uelirns (Uem.) 0,188
1' lxa. (Dem.) , 6.9H7
Uodola (Uem.) 6,129
tlouch (Dem.) 6.441
Police Judge, Soath Omaha.
Altstadt (rep.) 1.675
Callanan (dem.) 1.8'j9
Jnstlee ol Peace, Month Omaha.
Levy (rep.) 1.651
Collins (dem.) l.ij'J
Ed Kaln (dem.). , 1,718
Constable, Sooth maba.
Crocker (rep.) 1,858
Paly (Tep.) 1,716
V. Kaln (dem.) l.tuo
Kt lley ' (dem.) l.hiii
ranch at tirand Island, where he has had
a successful hunting trip.
Mrs. Joseph R. Hullivsn of Laramie.
Wvo . with her Infant son. Is vlsltiix her
mother, airs. Annie Uyrne.
tewart.& Beaton Co,
SOUTA& POLICY 7
Solid Character and Solid Worth.
For beauty of wood and design, for lasting construction, for com
fort and for greatest-money-value the furniture listed below is unequalled
in the west. A few years ago it would have been impossible to obtain
such furniture at prices many points higher than those quoted by us.
We know these figures are unmatched for the quality of iurniture offered.
We describe the pieces and let the prices tell yqu the magnitude of the
$100.00 Davenport Solid mnhognny frame;
upholstered in pnuno plush $G5.00
$17.00 Mahogany Settee Spanish leather
seat and back; beautiful design..... ...$12.50
$16.60 Mahogany Settee Black leather seat
and back; strongly made. $12.00
$42.00 Bed Davenport A perfect bed and a
perfect davenport; oak frame; green denim
$47.00 Bed Davenport Solid oak frame; den
im upholstery; a perfect bed and a perfect
$23.00 Mahogany Settee Comfortable cpa-
cious and strong; upholstered scat $16.00
$35.00 Solid Mahogany Settee Upholstered
scat anfi buck; fine quality $20.00
$63.00 Turkish Chair Genuine leather, Har
rington springs; ono of tho most comfortable
chairs mado .$38.00
$50.00 Turkish ChairPanno plush uphol
stery; Harrington springs; yields to every
movo of tho body .$29.00
$35.00 Mahogany Parlor Cabinet Glass
shelves; mirror back; excellent article $25.00
$55.00 Mahogany Hall Clock Beautiful in
every part; T'lj feet tall; majestic appearance;
$45.00 Mahogany Table Desk Four neat
drawers; high legs; size of top, 20x36 $32.50
$12.00 Mahogany Chair Spanish slip leather
seat; roomy and comfortable $10.00
$90.00 Overstuffed Davenport Brown velour
upholstery; rest-giving $68.00
$75.00 Mahogany Davenport Carefully made ;
excellently upholstered; G feet, 7 inches $60.00
$80.00 Overstuffed Davenport Upholstered ;
choice design; lexpansivo and strong $58.00
$30.00 Overstuffed Chair Gives to every
movement; full of comfort .$23.00
$25.00 Roomy Rocker Upholstered seat, back
and arms, solid oak frame $17.50
$46.00 Mahogany Chiffonier An article of
particular beauty; seven spacious drawers;
size 20x24; French plate oval mirror .$35.00
' $27.50 Mahogany Princess Dresser Every bit
n handsome bargain; size, 18x36; French bev
eled gluss mirror . , $22.50
$10.00 Mahogany Rocker Large, spacious
seat, high back; broad, solid runners $6.00
$4.50 Mahogany Rocker Simple, beautiful
design, comfortable .$3.00
$15.25 Mahogany Chair Quality stamped in
every part; roomy $10.00
$19.00 Mahogany Settee Wide and restful;
strong legs; naturally curved back $14.00
$25.00 Arm Chair Oak frame; upholstered
seat and back; broad arms $17.50
Stewart t B
The Tag-Policy House
413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street
NEW YORK GOES REPUBLICAN
Party Will Have Majority ol Fifty
FUSI0NISTS SWEEP BROOKLYN
Sorlall.ts FJt Mnr and All llat
One of the Other Cltr Officers
In Rclutec-tadr by Large
NEW YORK. Nov. 8. From a demo
cratic mujoiliy vt tweiiiy-tour, the New
York itate naembly yesterday turnea
.overwhelmingly republican. At midnight
all indications pointed to the republican
In the lower chamber having- a tnajorlt y of
fifty. Thus tho democratic; majorities In
both houses which existed during the
first half of Governor John A. Mx's ad
ministration will be lucking next year.
The present senate holds over.
In the' unexpected landslide the demo
crats were able to capture only three
seats held by the republicans, whereas
all over the commonwealth the demo
cratic assemblymen fell by the wayside.
In one instance. In Bchenectaay. Her
bert W. Merrill, a socialist, won out
where a democrat had held the seat.
Returns ud to midnight Indicated thai
the republicans will have 100 members In
the lower branch.
In the . avalanche ranlel II. Frlsble.
speaker of the present house, managed to
hold his seat, and Lewis Btuyvesant
Chanter of Duchess county Is expected
to gain by about fourteen votes.
Teaman r Loses Ground.
. Tammany's holl on New York was
shaken today In a battle of the ballots
In which local offices were mainly at
stake. The democrats successfully de
fended their ancient strongholds of Msn
hattan and the Hronx, but by greatly re
duced plutalltiea '
A year ago Manhattan and the Bronx
borouRhs gave (lovernor llx a plurality
of CK,3b9 and elected a democrat supreme
court justice by about 22.0U0. . Toduy
Itoberl I.. Fowler, the dumociatlo candi
date for surrogate, carried New York
county with a plurality of about 17,000.
In the First judicial district the demo
crats elected their candidate for sheriff
by about 8,000 and the three democratic
candidates for supremo court justice
pulled through by C.OUO. Francis M. Cook,
the fourth justice elected, was indorsed
by both parties. The republicans gained
assemblymen in New York county and
will send fifteen members of that body
out of the total delegation of thirty-five.
The republican candidates for supreme
court justices In the Second judicial dis
trict, which comprises Kings, wueens and
I ltlchrnond counties were elected with one
possliilo exception. William Wlllett, Jr.,
the democratic candidate w..o was
charged with buying his nomltiutlon, ran
about 8,(M behind Callahan, who Is so
close to the last man on the republican
list that his fate remained In doubt
until the last district was heard from.
The republicans elected a sheriff In
Kings county by about 14,000. in nine
teen out of twenty-three districts In
lirooklyn the fusloulsta gained six as-semblmen.
however, he admitted, lay his hand upon
Judge Uodd'a shoulder, but In a manner
so gentle as t J be almost caressing.
Judge Moss described the Instance three
years ago when In a tax suit Judge Dodd
had Intimated that a statement of his
"I said to him 'you inlnht as well call
me a liar'" mid Judge Moss, and then
I reached for him. Hut I never had any
malice against him and have not now.
I feel sorry for him."
Judge Moss Is more than six feet and
weighs 170 pounds. Judge Dodd Is small
of stature and weighs about 140 pounds.
Judge Denies that He
Pulled Judicial Nose
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 8.-Former County
Judge C. K. Moss testified In a case In
which he Is sued for 15,0U) for an alleged
tweaking of the judicial nose of Ueorge
J. Dodd, also former county judge, be
fore a jury in the circuit court here to
day. Judge Moss admitted having called
Judge lodd an "Insignificant little
shrimp," but denied having finger nails
as "long as a Chlnamun's" as was ac
cussed, or thst he had "clutched" Judge
Dodd by the throat or nose. He did,
Alleged lloraethlef Arrested.
WKLLfl, Minn., Nov. .-Charlea Lud
low, wanted on a charge of horse-steal
ing at Mason City, la., has been ar
rested here, lie consented to return with
out requisition papers.
"Actor Killed While"
He Had Written
ELMOHW, Minn., Nov. S.Harry Blair,
was shot and almost Instantly killed last
night near hero while rohearslng a play
which he had written. The actors, all
amateurs, were going through Indian
parts when the accident occurred.
Clarence IlesNledahl had been given a
revolver by Hlulr and when the time
came In the play for Hessledahl to shoot
Blair, he fired, thinking the gun was
mpty. Blair twice walked across tho
room In which the rehearsal was taking
place and dropped dead.
Blair, It la believed, thought lie had
unloaded the weapon before giving it tj
THE GRAND OPERA
Thursday Evening, November 9
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