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EIGHT KILLED AT BERLIN
Otoe County Village is Practically
Wiped Out of Existence.
BUT THREE BUILDINGS STANDING
One of Thrnr Ik n Chtirrh wllh tli
noof Torn Off It In llrlnir
Used for it Hospltnl
Sinn j- Arc Injtirnl.
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tants on the Missouri Pacific about fif
teen milts northwest of Nebraska City.
STORM DOES BIG DAMAGE
IN VICINITY OF ATLANTIC
LEWIS, la.. March 24.-(Speclal.)-A
terrific windstorm hit the country about
six miles southwest of hero and made a
northeasterly course of about seven miles,
the width ol the storm being about one
mile. E. A. Armstrong's barns were
totally destroyed, but no stock were
killed. It. D. Sheet' barns and other
buildings were destroyed. Kmll Wohum
lost some stock and all farm buildings.
John Wepplcr's place was not badly hurt,
only a few corncrlbs being destroyed.
The Herman Orulko place was tho worst
hit. The farm house was moved about
fifty feet and was stopped by two biff
oak trees. All other buildings on tho
farm were .totally destroyed. The Wil
liam Mackrll, Walter Hurnsldo, W. O.
Brown and Fred Krchoff farms lost
heavily on all tho barns and other build
ings. All the damage In this district Is
covered by Insurance, and adjustments
are being made today. All telephone and
telegraph wires are down and the full
extent of the damage Is not known.
At Crystal Lake park, a mile south of
Lewis, the pavllllon and bath houses and
all the sheds were totally destroyed. All
covered by Insurance.
LOSS OF LIFE AT MENLO,
IOWA, FROM THE STORM
MENLO, la.. March 24.-(Bpec!aU-Th!s
place was tho worst hit of any placo be
tween Des Moines and Atlantic on tho
nock Island. There Is no way of telllm;
the amount of damn. Most every build
ing In . town met with some loss. It Is
thought that at least three lost their
ATLANTIC. la., March 2t. (Special.)
The storm struck Atlantic about 7 p. m.
with a strong wind from the southwest.
A. very little damage was done by tho
wind, but the hall -which followed broke
TUBER KILLED AT NUOLA, IOWA
Sereral Farm Houses Tllown Dorm
NKOLA. I., March 21-Three lives
were lost and four people were seriously
Injured In the storm here last night. The
storm centered in a farming community
two miles northwest of the town.
The dead are:
MRS. EDWARD JONES.
VOUIl AND BIX-TEAJl-OLD DAUG1I
TKJIB of Mr. and Sirs. Lee Hopper.
Lea Hopper, arm and leg broken.
Mrs. Lee Hopper, Internal Injuries;
Thomas Cavanaugh. huge splinter
through bordj burned. ' "
Mrs. Thomas Cavanaugh, severely
Mike Lynch, leg broken.
The freaks of the storm are as ap
parent here as In all other places whero
It struck. The Hopper family, with tho
exception of two boys, were In the house.
This building; was wrecked and searchers
found the bodies of the two girls In the
fields. Mrs. Hopper was was In the build
Ins and Mr. Hooper Just outside. The
two boys lay down on tho floor of the
barn, which was lifted from above them
and they escaped Injury. Mrs. Hopper
was severely crushed and was brought to
Neol with the Intention of sending her
to Council Bluffs to a hospital. Her con
dition waa such that watting for the de
layed train was Impossible and the opora.
tlon was attempted here. She Is in a sari,
ous. condition. The remnants of the house
MUCH DAMAGE! IN HUIIT COUNTY
Haraa ana itoaaea Blonn Down Near
Tekamah ann I'rnl.
TEKAMAH, Neb., March 31-8peclal.)
The storm oC wind and hall that passed
over thlB vicinity yesterday did a great
deal of damage. It struck Tekamah
about 6:80 o'clock and came from the
southwest. Wire ore down In all d.
notions and very little information comes
In by phone. It seemed to be tho strong
est at Craig and northwest of Tekamah.
In the Silver Creek neighborhood, north
west of Tekamah, the buildings of James
QUI were destroyed and the buildings on
the place of Mrs. Paddock, whose home
is In New Orleans, were also destroyed.
The storm crossed the Decatur-Tckamah
highway at the lower farm place of the
lata James P. Latta and there destroyed
corn cribs and granaries and their ce
ment tile plant. There are no reports
of anyone being Injured, but later In
formation may change that. At Craig
barns and two or three houses are said
to hare been destroyed, but no oiw
HUNGRY SENTRY ALLOWS
GOOD SAMARITANS TO PASS
"Here, here, you can't get through
these lines: you'll have to go back,"
A. regular soldier called out to a party
of pretty women and two men in a flno.
large auto which steamed up to the In
tersection of Thirty-sixth and Burt
"But. we ha." one of the women ex.
"No. no, can't do it." rejoined the
sentry, as he warmed his bands over a
little fire he had built on the asphalt.
The good woman was obdurate. Bhe
slexed a large coffee pot and held it up.
"Can't we please approach, sir?"
"Oh, with pleasure, ma'am." shouted
the happy soldier "I didn't quite un
derctand. you know."
And all day the W. A. KeeUne auto
with these good 8amarltans aboard went
through the devastated districts feeding
hot coffee and good food to the soldiers
INJURED GIRL AT WISE
At the Wise Memorial hospital Is a
pretty (-year-old girl, badly hurt and un
Identified. It is feared that she will not
live. The hospital attaches do not know
where the little girl waa brought In from
and none of the hundreds of persons who
called -were unable to throw any light
upon her. Hhe linn light hair, a snub
none nntl one tooth miming urt the upper
side of her mnutli, In front.
in Oaring for the
Dean Tancock of Trinity cnthcdrnl.
Eighteenth and Capitol avenue, has
thrown open the parish house and made
arrangements to house sno women and
children with shelter. Coffer and rolls
will be provided and the work will be
oarrlwl on under the supervision of Mrs.
Tancock nnd the womn of, the parish.
The Calvary Baptist church. Twenty
fifth nnd Hamilton, has been thrown
open to the destitute of shelter In that
neighborhood and provisions nrr belnK
mado fur their comfort.
At a meeting of tho school bonrd this
morning $10,000 was voted to the relief
fund for the suffering.
Master Daniels, whose rnllru family
was killed In thn tornado, went to school
this morning as usual, explaining that
there wag no otlwr place to go. He Is a
student at the high school.
All school houses In Omaha hnve
hcen turm.'d open to Uiomj who are In
need of shelter.
Thirty-one sisters from Sacred Heart
arc lit Kt. Joseph's hospital, when1 thry
sought tcniKrary refuge, and arc also
aaxlstlng In caring for nearly forty In
jured persons at thn hoxjiltal. The sis
ters brought thre children to bo shel
tered lit tho hospital.
Wilson Ixvn anil wife, Thirty-eighth
avenue near Farnam street, when they
saw tho cyclone npproachlng started for
the basement nnd at this same time the
house commenced to move. They stepped
Ir.lo tl(fi areaway nnd fell to the base
ment floor at a point fifteen feet fiom
where the bottom of the stairs had been,
the house having moved that distance
while they were opening the door. The
house was completely wrecked.
The North Sldo Christian church,
Twenty-second and Lothrop streets, has
thrown open Its doors, for the suffering,
and provisions for shelter and food are
to Omaha to See
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., March 24.-HpeclaU-Immedtatcly
'after convening this morn
ing, Fries of Howard county Introduced
a resolution relating to the awful ca
lamity which had overtaken Otnuha, and
moved that the houso adjourn until 10
o'clock tomorrow morning. Announce
ment was then made by Chief Clerk
IUchmond that Lincoln companies of the
National Guard would leave for Omaha
on a spcclnl train over tho Burlington at
10:t5 o'clock and that two coaches had
been reserved for members of tho legis
lature who desired to go. As many of
the members havo lelallves and friends
In the stricken city of. whom they, pould
receive no word, u majority! of thilmcm
bera availed thetpselves of tho opportunity
to go to the scrtio o fthe disaster.
So many senators Joined the house
members on the specla that when tho
upper houso convened at 2 o'clock thero
was not a quorum present and n majority
of those hero went to Omaha this after
noon. Those who answered to roll call
were Bartllntr, Brookley, Cordeal, Gross
man, Haarmann, Heasty. Hoagland of
Lancaster, Kemp, Klechel, Kllen and
The senate, like the house, adjourned
until 10 o'clock tomorrow morntntr.
Victims Show Some
George L. Hammer, who was seriously
Injured, Is at the Methodist hospital and
has had his leg amputated and la doing
as well as coula bo expected.
Mrs. Benjamin Oallaghcr Is not ser
iously Injured, but her face Is badly
bruised and slightly burned from steam
from the furnace.
Mrs. Charles Black had her hip In
jured, but not seriously, Charles Black,
who was badly stunned, Is much Im
proved. Mrs. II. Hex Cotton, sister nf
Mrs. Black, Is seriously bruised about the
head and neck and Internalally injured.
Thn house In which they were Is a com
Ten Miles of Track
On Rock Island Are
Covered with Wires
When No. 13 on the Itock Island came
In this morning the brakemen and sev
eral of the train hands preceded the
train for a distance of ten miles on the
other side of tho bridge. The telegraph
wires are described as un Intricate series
of knots extending back and forth across
the track. The train was five hours late
on account of the time It took to cloar
the right-of-way and aboanl were a num
ber of Associated press men who were
sent here by orders from headquarters
upon the Information that there were
1.000 lives lost.
DE SOTO REPORTED WRECKED,
WITH PROBABLE DEATH LOSS
A thrilling story or a tornado near De
Roto, of great damage and probable loss
of life, Is told by W. C. Dixon of Teka
man. who with Bud and Burr Latta and
Oeorge Baker of that place were coming
GIRL BECOMES HYSTERICAL
WHEN FINDS FATHER DEAD
Miss Maud Peck, daughter of O. J.
Peok, was visiting In Dos Moines and
heard of the storm this morning. Blm
managed (o catch a train on the nocl:
Island for Omaha and was shown The
her father was numbered among the dea
He on the way, when she noticed that
father was numbered among the dead. Hh
became delerious and was taken care nf
by other passengers.
TO CUIIK A COLD IN o.NK HAY
Take LAXATIVK BROMO Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refund money If It falls
to cure- K. W. onoVK'8 signature ii on
each box. Kc AdvertlitmtuL
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TWO MEN, unrior Johnson's sa
loon, Twenty-fourth and Lako.
MRS, IDA NEWMAN. 4224 Dewev
avenue, killed Instantly.
r. II. NICHOLS, 1802 Dlnnoy.
MISS COHALIK NOHRIS, 3507
T. B. NOHIHH, H.-.07 Burt.
HELEN NOWN8, Twenty-fifth
IIAIIV SHERWOOD, 3611 Cali
LLOYD GLOVER, Twenty-fourth
TOM JOHNSON, Twenty-sixth and
SAM RILEY, 45 years old, work
man at grading camp.
ROXIE, workman at grading
camp, died at Child Saving Institute
MRS. K. A. SAWYER, Thirty
fourth and Lincoln boulevard, died
CASSIUS C. 8IIIMEH, 116 South
A. II. STANLEY, about 8 yearu
old, 1716 North Twonty-elghth.
HURT H. FIELDS, 2802 Franklin.
MRS. SULLIVAN, first name un
known, died at Nicholas Sonn hos
pital, Twenty-second and Farnam.
IIAUV THELMA, 2 years old,
Child ' Saving Institute.
TWELVE-YEAR-OLD BOY, killed
In houso at 3413 Cuming.
SHAW, at Hoffman's undertak
AKuijtiii, or NtsiiEluH, at
thought named Ryan, Thirty-eighth
MRS. NIEHART, Fiftieth and
MR. KRAMER, found back
of the West End market, Fortieth
MRS. ROSE GRAY, Forty-fifth and
MRS. ODESSA PARKS, 2310
UNIDENTIFIED MAN, killed In
Abornathy rooming house at Twenty
fifth nnd Burdette streets.'
MARIE LINDSEY, 1413 North
GIRL 3 years old, daughtor of
Morris Chrlstenscn, Fifty-fifth and
MRS. COLE, Thirty-fourth anil
CHARLES SOUTH, Twenty-fourth
and Blondo streets: ' 1 '
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN at Duff
& Johnson's undertaking parlors.
The List of
GEORGE ANDERSON, 2423 Lako
street, taken to Omaha General hos
pital, may dlo.
MRS. EDWARD BAGGOT of Chi
cago, visiting J. F. Traynor, 513
North Thirty-sixth, badly hurt.
FRANK BELL, Elkhorn, Neb.
FRED BENTLEY, motorman,
blown from car and Injured.
MRS. CHARLES E. BLACK, 3813
MOTHER of Dr. D. C. Bryant. Six
teenth and Dlnney.
S. L. BURT, colored, 4202 How
ard, Injured about the body.
MRS. HARRY CHALICE, 1022
North Thirty-third, severe bruises
CLARENCE CADY, 2910 Ersklne,
dangerously Injured, may die.
W. D. CAROTHER8, 312 North
Thirty-eighth street, two ribs fra&
PAT CARROL, 1120 Farnam, cut
about the face and head, back In
Jurod, Bhould recover.
INFANT of Morris Chrlstensen,
Flfty-flth and Center, injured.
MRS. COFFMAN, Thirty-eighth
aveuue, bruised arm.
JOE COOPER, conductor on West
Leavenworth line, fractured shout
MRS. COTTON, Bister of Mrs. C.
E. Black, bruised.
MRS. CORA CURTISS. 3329 Cum
D. DAGET, 3223 Lincoln boule
vard, head cut by flying glass.
AGED MOTHER of Herbert Dan
iels, 4202 Harney.
J. DAVIS, 3220 Lincoln boulevard,
slightly cut when house. blew over.
MISS DAVIS, Forty-sixth and
Leavenworth, dangerously injured,
will probably die.
E. W. DIXON, hospital, slight
I8ABEL DOYLE, Colonial, injured
about head and face.
MRS. DUNCAN, mother of George
Duncan, crushed and bruised; prob
ably fatal, now at WIbq Memorial
DUNN, slight hurts.
BEV EN-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER
of Rev, Dunn, rlgl knee severely
CHRIS EBENER, Forty-eighth
and Leavenworth, slightly hurt.
WILLIAM ECK, 3823 North
W. J. FAIRCHILD, Twenty-ninth
and Decatur streets, clerk in Union
Pacific advertising department, arm
broken and severely bruited. Taken
MORRIS KIENE, 2522 Burdette.
JASON L. GARRISON, 2707
MIW. HANSEN, mother of Hans
Hansen, body found nt Forty-eighth
and Marcy streets by Officers Brown
and Corneau, burned to death.
MRS. RATI IKE, body found at Six
tieth and Grover streets by Fred
TAVO SONS OF MRS. RATHKE,
agod 11 and 13, bodies found with
MAURICE BOLER (colored).
LYNN GARDENER (colored).
ABNEIt THOMAS, cook.
MRS. MARY RATHKEY, two mllos
south of Concordia Park.
CliARENCE RATHKEY, 17 years
old,, two miles south of Concordia
VICTOR RATHKEY, 15 years old,
two miles south of Concordia Park.
A. II. STANLEY, 1716 North
HELEN NAIVNS, Twenty-fifth
and Burdotte streets.
MRS. SABER, Thirty-second and
MRS. JULIA SULLIVAN, 4211
MAN at coroner's office, supposed
to bo Hlnes, Forty-seventh and Leav
MAN from Child Saving Institute,
WOMAN from Child Saving In
stitute, coroner's office.
UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, about 15
years old, In drug store, at Twenty
fourth and Lake.
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN found
at 2723 Blondo street.
TWO UNIDENTIFIED NEGROES,
2620 Burdotto street.
UNIDENTIFIED MAN at Cole-
McKay Co., about 45 years of age,
DEAD AT RALSTON.
MRS. EDITH KIMBALL, 29 years
ofage, Winnipeg, Canada.
PRANCES KIMBALL, 2 years old
MARY MORGAN, 15 years of age,
daughter of Art Moran, Ralston.
II. E. SAID, polisher at the How
ard Stove Works. '
MRS. H. E. SAID.
MRS. ED MOTE. ,
DEAD AT COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Dutch Hollow. ' :
MRS. WILLIAM POOLE.
J. It. RICE.
MRS. J. R, RICE. (
to St. Joseph hospital.
MRS. O. S. FINCH, proprietor of
Diamond theater, fractured right
MR. and MRS. J. E. FOSTER,
Thirty-eighth and Chicago, bruised.
PATRICK GALVIN, 3822 Califor
nia, hit on head by flying door.
MRS. GOLPIN, General hospital,
a graduato nurse, badly cut.
JACK CR1BBEN, cashier Iten Bis
cult company, Twenty-fourth and
Lake, bady lacerated and bruised;
FRANK GRIFFIN, 217 Poppleton,
sevcrly bruised, "leg Injured.
MRS. GRIFFIN, 217 Poppleton
avenue, Internal injuries, which aro
Quito serious; hurt at Fifty-first and
W. D. CRUTHERS, Thirty-eighth
and Chicago, ribs broken.
FRANK GUY, Waterloo, Neb.
MRS. FRANK GUY.
MARY HALARIES, 2 years old.
Child Saving institute, face badly
M. A. HALL. 118 North Thirty-
ninth, lawyer, cut on face.
R. E. HARRIS, 208 North Twenty-
third, sales manager, Armour's, cuts
on face and body.
MRS. M. HENSMAN, 1021 South
Forty-sixth, fracture of leg and in
H. M. H1GGINS, 2736 Decatur
strcot, clork In Union Pacific adver
tising department, arm brokon and
cuts on body. Taken to St. Joseph's
MRS. E. H. HOLMES, 1918 Corby
stree;, cut about head and bo-.
MRS. E. HOUSTON. 91 years old.
2138 Ohio, a broken leg and concus
sion of the brain; Bhe will die.
PATRICK HYNES, Twentieth and
Miami, fractured leg.
MRS. IRVIN. Twenty-uinth and
Franklin, broken ribs and burns.
ANDREW JENSON, stenograpehr
J. ISAACOVITZ, tailor. Twenty
fourth and Grant, badly bruised.
MRS. JOHNSON. Twenty-third
and Ohio, nnd mother. Both cut
about head and dangerously pierced
MR. LAPAGE, Forty-sixth and
Leavenworth, broken leg.
MRS. JOHN LIONBERGER, 4202
Harney, scalp wound, painful, but
MAID at Hammer home, badly in
jured. JOHN LINAHAN, proprietor Gem
restaurant, Twenty-fourth and Lake
LEMLEY, slight hurt.
MRS. LINAHAN, severe bruises
TWO LINDBERG GIRLS, daugh
ters of Rev. Petor M. Llndberg, 3342
MRS. LOTTIE MAIN, Loveland,
Colo., badly bruised, head and face
cut; will recover.
MRS. A. MARKOVITZ, 2516 Bur
dette, badly bruised.
MATHENEV. Forty-eighth and
Mayberry, slightly hurt.
MRS. McBRIDE. 4115 Farnam
W. H, McDONALD, 2524 Burdette,
bad scalp wound, at Omaha General
HAROLD McKENNA, an li-ycar-old
boy, 3320 North Thirtieth.
GEORGE MEDLOCK, 1716 North
Twenty-ninth, Injuries slight.
MRS. GEORGE MEDLOCK, Injur
MR8. EUGENE MEYER, 4102
Farnom, arm dislocated.
MRS. MARTIN MEYER, 4102 Far
nam, scalp wound.
MRS. W. A. MARROW, 2826 De
WILLIAM MILKE, Forty-eighth
and Poppleton, two ribs broken.
MR. NEWMAN of Dundee, punc
tured lung; serious.
LAWRENCE O'CONNOR, 18 years
old, 2234 Lake, soda dispenser at
Brandels store, badly hurt while
WILLIE O'CONNER, aged 8, 2234
Lake, caught In Btorm trying to res
cue brother, Lawrence; badly
CHARLES PASNER, Millard,
Neb., Internal Injury, not serious.
KENNETH PATTERSON, burned.
MABEL PETERSON. 4420 Jack
CHARLES PICKENS. 112 North
Thirty-ninth, suffering from shock.
F. QUAGLEY, right ankle bruised.
E. REEVES, negro, 2212 North
Twenty-fifth street, .-escued from
Idlewild pool hall; taken to Omahea
FRED REEVES, 2212 North
BELLA ROBINSON, 312 North
Thirty-eighth street, two ribs frac
tured. MRS. W. E. ROBINSON, 312 North
Thirty-eighth street, two ribs frac
tured. BABY RUTH, Child Saving Insti
tute, cuts on the face, not serious.
MRS. W. W. SLABAUGH, Fortieth
and Dodge, Injuries and bruises.
MISS RUTH SLABAUGH, cut
WILLIAM SCHULTZ, Elkhorn,
LITTLE SELS GIRL, bad scalp
MRS. B. C. SELS, 3465 California
street, Injured lntornally and gash
on tho head, still unconscious, at
Omaha General hospital.
C. C. SHEPPARD, cut about the
head and face.
MRS. C. C. SHEPPARD, 4249
Harney street, arm broken and
MRS. JOHN SULLIVAN,' slight,
Forty-second and Harney.
TWO MISS 8ULLIVANS of For
tieth Btreet, Blight Injuries
JOHN M. TUTTLE, 3112 Taylor,
hurt at 1509 Evans street, three ribs
PETER ULLRICH, 2218 North
Twenty-fourth street, and Mrs. Ull
rich; brick chimney fell on them,
lacerating and bruising Ullrich.
while his wife escaped with slight
scratches; both taktm Into home of
Ernest Koenlg, 2227 Grant street.
UNKNOWN woman, Thirty-fourth
and California, logs broken.
MRS. R. R. VANDBVAN, uncon
scious from blow on head, taken to
MRS. MIKE VIZOVlCAK, 653
North Forty-second street, scalp
wounds, skull lacerated, nervous
STANLEY VOPAT, 3-year-old,
Child Saving Institute, cut on the
body, head and face.
HANS V088, Fifty-fifth and Cen
ter, cut by glass.
JOHN WALLS, negro, Twenty
sixth and Grant, leg broken and back
MRS. ED WALSH, Forty-eighth
and Woolworth, scalp lacerations
and internal injuries.
MR. AND MRS. D. H. WILLIAMS,
2508 N, South Omaha, badly bruised
WILLIAM WIGG8, 3230 Evans
street, arm broken, bruised.
E. R. WIGGS. 3230 Evans street
THREE WORKMEN, Missouri Pa
cific roundhouse, Fifteenth and Em
met. MRS. J. C. WRIGHT, foot severely
L. WICKS, Twenty-eighth and
Decatur, struck by 2x4 timber and
lower limbs paralyzed.
B. R. WICKS, Twenty-eighth and
Decatur, left limb fractured.
MR. and MRS. ARCHER and son,
ELLA NELSON, South Omaha.
ESSIE ROBERSON, 2205 North
JOSEPH LEVANTZ, TwentV-flfth
and California streets.
JOHN CUX.LEN, 3027 Emmet.
ALBERT LEE, 2201 Burt street.
HENRY ELKINS, 2124 North
J. M. FAITH, 3008 Hamilton!
MRS. J. M. FAITH, 3008 Hamil
ELVA FAITH, 3008 Hamilton.
MRS. JOHN IRVIN, 2023 North!
MR8. II FLRITTMETTER, 44021
jack sou street
GREGORY JACKSON, 2514 Pat
MR 8. E. MURPHY, 4427 Howard.
EARL MERION, 2874 Blnney.
MRS. H. W. ADAMS, 815 South
MRS. ROSE SMITH, 2302 North
MRS. ELLA GOLDEN, 2302 North
MRS. ROSALI KIENE, 2522 Bur
DOUGLAS ISSIT. 2825 California.
employe of the Associated Press,
badly cut around neck, hands and
legs; was removed to his home this
MR. and MRS. JOHN STAPANEK,
living on West L road, Injured about
head and back, taken to South
CHARLES ROADRUCK, Fifty
third and Center.
JOHN OLEY, Nineteenth and
JAMES M 'DONALD, 516 North
M. N. HOLMES, 369 North Thlrty-
ED WALSH, 1314 South Forty-
MALCOLM HOLMS, 369 North
MRS. M. N. HOLMS, 369 North
MR8. I. BOHRINGER, 3416 Burt
MRS. C. P. BOWMAN.
C. P. BOWMAN.
MRS. W. C. PATTERSON, Des
MISS FLORENCE STEINER, Im-
manuel hospital nurse.
MISS MINNIE DRAGOO, 4828
FLORENCE JONES, 4318 Jack
FRED WOHLBRS, Sixtieth and
Grover streets, collarbone broken, 70
MRS. FRED WOHLERS, cuts and
burns, not. serious.
CHARLES RODERICK, Fifty-third
and center Btreets, internally.
MORRIS CHRJSTENSEN, Fifty
fifth and Center streets, cut and
J. GORMAN, Forty-eighth street
and Poppleton avenuo, injuries se
rious. SON of J. A. Allen, 14 years,
Fifty-third and Walnut, seriously in
jured. SON of J. A. Allen, 5 years old,
Fifty-third and Walnuts treots, cut
about head and body.
INJURED AT ST. JOSEPH HOSPI
TAL. ANSON H. BIGBLOW, 2527 Cass
street, chest crushed, at St. Joseph
CECELIA BIGELOW, 2527 Cass
street, arms broken and internally
Injured, at St. Joseph's hospital.
PATRICK HYNES. 2704 North
MRS. NELLIE HYNES, 2704
CHARLES STIDHAM, 2024 Miami.
MRS. . HELEN 8TEINHAU8ER,
JOSEPH MAGNIOUS, railroad la
borer. FONIE MAGNIOUS, lives on Pa
MRS. EMILIA ELSEMAN, 1926
EDWARD ELSEMAN, 1926 South
MARTIN ANDERSON, negro por
ter, 3501 Blondo.
IDA ANDERSON, negro woman,
MRS. JENNIE MEYERS, 4102
W. J. FAIRCHILD, 2736 Decatur.
J. M. HIGGIN8, 2736 Decatur.
J. DRAGGOO, aged 64, 4924 Wool
WILLIAM DRAGGOO, aged 32,
MRS. LAURA DRAGGOO, 4924
HAROLD DRAGGOO, aged 6
years, 4924 Woolworth.
CLYDE DRAGGOO, aged 5 years,
CHARLES DRAGGOO, aged 4,
CLIFFORD DRAGGOO, 3 months,
JOSEPH DENEEN, 2521 Cuming.
JOSEPH NOBLE, 1004 South Thir
teenth. FRANK DOUGLAS, 2011 North
UNIDENTIFIED BOY at St. Jo
seph hospital. ,
UNIDENTIFIED MAN at -8t Jo
INJURED AT METHODIST HOSPI
TAL. OUSTAV ANDERSON, 321 North
FRANCIS BAKER, slightly hurt
LEO BARTL, 3620 Webster
MRS. LEO BARTL, 3020 Webster
street, Bltghtly hurt
TWO BARTL CHILDREN, badly
MIRR VinriX r!ARSF"T.T, nt
Nurses' Home, 3519 Cuming street,
HELEN DRISCOLL. 812 North
Thirty-fifth street, slightly hurt.
WALTER DRISCOLL, 812 North
Thirty-fifth etreet. slightly hurt.
FRANCIS T. GROJEN, 3616 Web
ster. alight hurts.
i FRANK GROJEN, 3516 Webster,
JOHN HALVERSON. sllghtly'lturt.
G. L. HAMMER, 863 North Thirty
eighth street, left leg broken, was
amputated; Internal Injuries.
MRS. G. L. HAMMER, 363 North
Thirty-eighth, arm fractured.
J. D. HQGG, 3411 Cuming, back
MISS ELLA HOLMES, nurso at
3519 Cuming street, arm fractured.
MRS. L. LEVINE, 3421. Cuming,
H. LOOSHAN, 3505 Cuming street,
MRS. H. LOOSHAN, 3505 Cum
ing stroot, slightly hurt.
ELLA NELSON, Mrs. Hammer's
maid, arm broken.
MRS. T. B. NORRIS, 3507 Burt
street, slightly hurt.
MRS. J. SIMON, 317 North Thirty
fourth stroot, log fractured.
MARTHA SORENSON, Malmo,
Neb., slight injuries.
MRS. ADELIA STEINE, 3414
Cuming strcot, slightly hurt.
MRS. W. P. TINNEY, 3407 Cum
ing street, badly bruised.
INJURED AT COUNCIL BLUFFS.
ERNEST CUMMINGS, at Dutch
MRS. FRANK N1NTZ AND SON,
MR. AND MRS. ROLF AND
DAUGHTER, Dutch Hollow.
TWENTY other persons.
INJURED AT RALSTON.
BEN BALLARD, bectlon boss, Pa
pllllon line, badly injured.
J. W. CLAYTON, repair man. Pa
pllllon line, badly bruised.
MRS. LIZZIE MILLER, boarding
housekeeper, bady injured.
ED MOLE AND THREE CHIL
DREN. MRS. ART MORAN.
JIM TATLEY, back nnd legs.
JOHN SOPICH, Forty-soventh and
W streets, South Omaha.
AT SWEDISH MISSION HOSPITAL.
THOMAS J. FITZGERALD. 2006
Maple street, slight injuries.
JANGORA TOMBORA. South
Omaha, skull fractured, internal in
juries; may die.
SAM CASCIO, slightly hurt.
JACK CASCIO, slightly hurt.
M . GALKINS.
MRS. LOVIN WOOD.
MRS. DEBA ERVALT.
JOSEPH, SAM AND PAUL MI-
INJURED TAKEN TO COUNTJl"
All but one In good condition.
MRS. STOVERS AND THREE
CHILDREN, 4962 Poppleton avenuo.
MRS. H. G. CLAGGETT, Forty
eighth and Pierce streets. '
MR. AND MRS. J. C. HOIT, 4510
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES
HEWETT, 4625 Marcy.
MRS. FRANK SAYLBR, 1402
South Forty-eighth Btreet.
MISS GRACE JOHNSON, 140.2
South Forty-eighth Btreot.
MISS ELLA HANSEN, Forty
eighth and William street.
ROSE AND WILLIAM GRAY,
Forty-fifth and Mayberry avenue.
W. J. LB PAGE, 4528 Marcy
MRS. MARY LE PAGE, 4528
Marcy street, internal injuries, dan
gerous. SOPHIA AND WILLIAM W.
GIVAGEN8KY, 4507 Marcy street.
MR. AND MRS. HANSEN AND
TWO CHILDREN, 4824 William
GUS ANDERSON, 4902 William
CARL LUNDGREEN, 4902 WU-
MRS. NELSON, 4902 William
ALICE, LORETTA AND NELLIE
EAGAN and MRS. NELLIE EAGAN,
902 South Forty-fifth.
EDNA ANDERSON, 4902 William
MR. AND MRS. OSCAR H. MOR
RISON AND CHILD, 4809 Poppleton
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM EAGAN,
Forty-fifth and Marcy streets.
VIRGINIA " PETERSON, 4524
MRS. MATHENY AND TWO BA
BIES. MR. AND MRS. WESLEY HOL
MAN, 4530 Mayberry.
EDWARD SCHAEFER, 4530 May
berry. MR. AND MRS. S. C. JENNINGS
AND CHILD, 4832 Poppleton.
MR. AN MRS. A. O. WEAD AND
'CHILD, Forty-seventh and Mason
JOHN BERGE, druggist, Twenty
fourth and Lake streets.
GEORGE ANDERSON, 16 years of
age, Twenty-fourth and Lake streets.
W. F. ROBERTSON, who is em
ployed in the city comptroller's of
fice, has not shown up either at .tho
office or his home near Crelghton
college, and it is feared that he may
be another victim of the storm.
PAUL MURRAY, Janitor, 2921
J. F. BARNETT, fireman helper,
2722 Miami street.
MISS EMMA DAHLSTROM. do
mestic for H, F. Culver, 4919 Chicago
avenue, is among the missing. She
has not been beard from since Sun
day afternoon, and inasmuch as she
had a sister living at Twenty-fourth
and Lake streets, anxiety for her
welfaxsj u accordingly heightened.
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