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THK HKE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVKM HKU 12, 1014.
Greatest cf AH
. Human Blessings
Ths most wonderful thing: In the worid
Is lovs expressed In the helpless Infant.
And among those aids and comforts for
xpectant mothers Is the . well known
'Mother's Friend." ,
This Is an external application to
nable the abdominal muscles to become
wore pliant, to expand naturally without
undue pain from the strain upon cords
In almost every settled community are
women who have enjoyed the blessing of
this famous remedial and hrlnful mhm.
cation. ( Their daughters have grown up
lo learn of Its splendid assistance.
Applied as directed upon those muscles
Involved It soothes the fine network of
Berves with which all the muscles are
. imnl i n.l . . . . - .
v.. xiiun imira or inn pains
o much dreaded may be avoided and the
period of expectancy passed through In
ease and comfort.
Anything that adds so much comfort
must be counted as a blessing Indeed.
In a little book sent by null much use
ful Information Is given to Inexperienced
iinrrs. ii iens now to use v&iother's
Friend" and how to avoid caking breasts.
tM a bottle to-day sod write for book to
HrsriflelU Regulator Co., 409 Lamar Hid.,
Atlanta. Us, e lure tod get "iluUitt's
FIGURES SHOW POOL WINNER
Ninety-Three Counties Give Demo
crat Majority of l'.lll Oyer Wait
EACH ONE IS CLAIMING VICTORY
Hoaaland IX-faeil tnr Mratenaat
Corf rser Workmen'! tompei.
aatloa Carries by Majority 4t
Over Thre Thousand.
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For over 25 years
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Neud for Booklet.
Secretary of State Walt has been de
feated by Charles Pool, according to re
vised figures of ninety-three counties,
by a majority of 1,111 votes.
, The "vote of Greeley county, coming In
at the last moment, giving Fool 475 lead
over Walt, cut Into the majority the
republican was maintaining. Lancaster
county's official vote also reduced his
lead another Jso votes and a comparison
with official returns received at the state
house In Lincoln was made with local
Secretary Wait at Lincoln will not con
cede his defeat, btit Insists that official
returns will show his election.
Penmon Beats lloaglaad.
In ninety-three counties Pearson has a
majority over Hoagland of 1.8M. deciding
the election of the democratic candidate.
Governor Morehead retains his lead and
In eighty-one counties he has a plurality
In ninety counties the workmen's com
pensation proposition has a majority of
4,469 and is undoubtedly carried,
Morehead iri.n n.
Howeii (rep.) m,
tt .. . Seventy-two Counties.)
Kollenbeck ........ I.,. ,m
Pearson (dm. loS,m
Hoagland (rep.) .....101.B49
Secretary of State.
(Complete. Ninety-three Counties.)
Pool (dem.) jnvras
Walt (rep.) 102,724
c. .... Seventy-seven Counties.)
Smith (dem.) 87,00
Minor (rep.) M 804
' ffVflntvAVAn CaiikM..
Han (dem;).::. ..
M (Seventy-eight Counties.)
Reed (dem.) .,
(Eighty Counties and 33 Addlonal Pets.)
For . g5iM0
WAIT CONCEDES HTS 19 BEATEN
Finally Gives I'p Figkt to Pool la
-ace of the Retains.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 11. (Special.)
There Is little doubt at this time that the
, democrats have, walked' away with most
of the pie In Nebraska as a result of the
election. While ,the official count la not
yet made and a few counties have not yet
reported to the secretary of state, suffi
cient Is at hand to justify the belief that
the offices of governor, treasurer, auditor,
secretary of state- and lieutenant gov
ernor have been gobbled by the demo
crats,, while the republicans will have to
be satisfied with state superintendent,
land commissioner, railway commissioner
and regent of the university.
Mr. Walt ,at noon today conceded the
election of his democratic opponent by
800 at least, with a chance that It may
run considerably over the; 1,000-marfc,
Antelope County County Judge, J. Q.
Ingrum; clerk. Perry H. Peterson, rep.;
eheriff, L. . Bennett; treasurer, A. E. MaW
sacher; supervisors, Hans Schutt, dem..
A I Wyman, derfTr and P. W. Payne, dem.;
coroner. D. L. Fletcher; surveyor. W. L.
Staple; superintendent, D. M. Murphy,
wiu'i iwriicy, u. xu. uacHson, rep.
urer, M. F. Bhonka, dem.; supervisors,. M,
. ucm., mj, o. tonraa, rep., j.
1. bvbiio. aem., r. v. Binaelar, rep.;
coroner. Dr. J. C. Woodward, dem.; sur
veyor, J. W. Funk; superintendent, F..J.
Vogeltance, dem.; attorney, B. F. Farrel.
Custer County County Judge, N.
P wight Ford; clerk. Robert B. Watters.
dem.; sheriff. Joseph F. Wilson, dem.;
treasurer. M. 8. Eddv. dem.; register.
George B. Porter, rep.; supervisors. R.
J. Mills, dem., Fred W. Hayes, rep., H.
B. Scheringer. dem., John Walker, dem.;
cproner. Dr. H. B. Landis, rep.; surveyor,
A. J. Van Antwerp, rep.; superintendent,
T. C. Orlmes,' dera.; attorney, Frank
Thurston County County Judge, C O.
Crlberg; clerk, Joseph F. Conway, dem.;
sheriff, Pat Dorcey. dem.; treasurer.
Emory Walter, dem.; supervisors, Frank
Baker, dem.. C. C. Frum. rep W . K.
Mitchell, rep; coroner. Dr. H. H. Johnson,
dem.; surveyor. W. A. Racely. dem.; su
perintendent, Carrie J. Kellner, dem.; at
torney, J. 8. Larkln, rep.
Nanoe County County, judge. O. F
wSw cl,erV M- Jonem- i!
sheriff, Charles K. Peterson, rep.; treas-
VerV.FIank ' rfm. P-: aupervtsors,
w-Wldle. rep.. A. L. Wolle., rep. and
g. W. Hunt, rep.; coroner, Benjamin
Peterson, rep.; surveyor, A. B. Ellsworth,
dem.; superintendent. Chios Ha Id rid re.
dem.; attorney. William F. -Rose, dem?:
clerk of district court. Howard Downing,
Adams County Clerk. Henderson, rep.;
sheriff. Cole, rep.; treasurer, Mcintosh,
rep.; register. Larson, dem.; coroner,
Heartwell. dem.; superintendent Sullivan,
dem.; attorney, Fouti, dera. ' .
Franklin County County Judge, Robert
son; cl.rk. O. Mitchel, dem.; sheriff R.
Walker, dem.; treasurer. Ed Van
Btelnberg. rep.; supervisor. James Jami
son; coroner, Ella P. Sumner, dem.; sur
veyor. R B. 81ms. dem.; attorney. George
r1ti!.ay-CountyrB1?'r,l.7' 7aul - Bonnl
field, dem. ; elerk. ' Ward K. Newcomb
dem.; treasurer. Albert Orient, dem.: su
perintendent. Mabel E. Kirk, dem ; sur
veyor, Charles M. Prlckett, dem at
torney. M. Lt. Corey; coroner, A. J. Jenl
son, dem. ' . ....
Wheeler County County Judge W- T
Harrington: clerk, C. J. Brown,' dem ;
treasurer, Henry Fletcher, rep.; sheriff
Joseph H. Kinney, rep.; superintendent,
Edith Vowler, dem.; surveyor, John Kel
son, hoc; attorney. Jesse M. Shrevs, rep.;
commissioner, J. D. Kenner, dem.; Peter
Blaine County County judge, William
turner, ciera, u. jn orris, rep.; sherlrr,
R. 8. Tost, dem.; .treasurer, H. C. Cox,
dem.; commissioners, 'O. B. Honder, dem.;
Ross Wilkinson, dem.; Ben Donahue,
rep.; coroner, EX J. Mitchell; surveyor.
Warren Demary. rep.; superintendent, A.
L. fahambiln,' rep, , .
Dawes County County judge. E. M.
PIt,.;iy!,,clerk' Ro'Hn Q. Smith, dem.
sheriff. Vet Canfleld, dem.; treasurer,
Harry Adams, dem.; supervisors, Miks
Christensen, dem.: John Blumdeli,' dem.,
coroner, H. C. Gibson, dem.; surveyor,
H.. D. - Mead;-superintendent. Carry L
Munkres. dem.; attorney, Edwin- D.
Oites, dem.. . (
Greeley County County Judge. Jesse L.
Scott; clerk, Philip R. Kerrigan. , dem ;
eheriff, Fred Miner,-, rep.: treasurer, W.
p. Towner,' dem.; supervisors, Fred
Weeks, rep.; W. K Reed, dem.; coroner,
George W. (VMalley, dem.; surveyor,
Prosper Franoola, rep. ; superintendent.
Margaret L. Tracy, dem.; attorney,
James P. Boler, dem. , .
Thomas County County judce. Pat
Cunningham; clerk, C. T. McMillan;
sheriff, W J. Necly; treasurer. John N.
Neely: supervisors, J. C. Ewtng, W. A.
Howell; corsner, 8. E. Overman; sur
veyor, I. K. Hander, sr.: superintendent.
cisr'a B. Runyan; attorney. John H.
Aruiur County County judge. O. D.
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Tou men and women who can't get
feeling right who have headache, coated
tongue, bad taste and foul breath, dull
ness, can't sleep, are bilious, nervous and
upeet, bothered with a sick, gassy, dis
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waste matter and poison In the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will straighten you
out by morning a, 10-cent bog from any
drug store will keep your stomach sweet;
liver and bowels regular, and head clear
for months. Don't , forget the children.
They love Cascarets because they taste
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Williams: clerk, George F. Culllnan,
dem.: sheriff, George Bates, rep.;
treasurer. H. A. - Staples, rep.; su
pervisors. F. , R. Sonwrs. rep.: C
I Boggs, rep.; coroner, M. G. Twidwell,
rep.; surveyor. C. H. Collins, dem.; su
perintendent. E. Minnie Crouse. dem.
Deuel County County Judge, Isaac
Woolf; clerk, J. O. McCormlck. rep.;
sheriff, Andrew Peterson, rep.; treasurer.
H. Epperson, dem.; supervisors. George
Kalb, dem.; James Brown, dem.; coroner,
M. B. Platty. rep.: surveyor, S. W. Terry,
rep.; superintendent, Retta F.. Brown,
rep.: attnrlney, L. O. Pfelffer, rep.
Wayne County County Judge, John
Button; clerk, Charles W. Reynolds,
dcrti.; sheriff. George W. Porter, rep.:
treasurer, Lambert Roe, rep.; super
visors, P. M. Corblt, dem.; George F. Ter
ran, rep.: coroner, William Rechenhaner,
Ind.; surveyor, R. H. Jones, rep.; super-
HOWS SLOAN BIG VICTOR
GENEVA. Neb., Nov. 11. (Special.)
Official vote on congressman for Fourth
Rhodes. Sloan. Mllllkan.
(Dem.) (Rep.) (Soc.)
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85,166 Hamilton ..
rr. . 1
, Sloan's majority for the district was
4,790. He carried every county In the dis
trict except Thayer county, where Mr.
Rhodes lives, and that he lost by 87.
ISAIAH TAMINOSIAN ASKS '
FOR HIS OLD MOSLEM NAME
(From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, Nov. 11. (Special Wsalh
Tatnlnoelan, who gives his address as
49l5 Chicago street In Omaha and 1017 O
street In Lincoln, has appealed to the
supreme court to have his. name, under
wiilch he travels now, taken from him
and that he be given the name, under
which he was baptise) In Egypt, Maham
med Nadir. He petitioned the Douglas
county court to mske the change, but the
court refused, declaring that there was
not sufficient grounds for doing so.
The bill of particulars filed with the
clerk of the supreme court contains a
translated copy from the decree of law
of the supreme court of Egypt, which
cost him five plasters.
1 In his , deposition In the rase he sets
out that he worked In the stare of John
Wannamaker as a janitor, but lost out
In the great financial panic of 1893. He
then joined Barnum A Bailey's circus
as a "Howling and Whirling Dervlsher."
and performed acta as performed In
Turkey. He became a Cathollo priest
while with the circus.
In 1898 he went to Omaha during the
Trans-MlssteslppI exposition and was a
Methodist evangelist. After the exposi
tion, he alleges, that the presiding elder
of that district Interfered with hie preach
ing, and he withdrew from the church
and became a congrertknallst. He says
his wife Is a Swede and belongs to the
Lutheran church and docs not approve
of his religion.
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NATIONAL GUARD PLANS
INCREASE IN COMPANIES
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Intendent, Tearl Sewell. rep.; attorney, T.l " V ,
A. Klpllnger, dem. piINCOLN, Neb., Nov. ll.-(Speclnl )-
' 1 The State Military board will meet next
OFFICIAL VOTE IN FOURTH
Monday to take up several matters of
Importance. Among others will be the
proposition of putting In a cavalry troop
at Holdrege and an artillery battery at
Hasting. . .
Cass County Besalts.
PLATTSMOLTH, Neb., Nov. -(Special.)
The Cass county officers were all
re-elected except two. Miss Ed a Mar
quardt, republican, succeeds Miss Mary
E. Foster, democrat, as superintendent
of publlo Instruction by 409 majority, and
jjjj 1 Dr. J, F. Brcndel, democrat, succeeds
07 1 B. I. Clement, republican, by 858 nu
ts 1 Jorlty for coroner. County is usually
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November Days are
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Now is the one logical time and this is the one 'logical place- to
cnoose mat new uvcrcoat. natever. tup color the style or trie
size you may want rcmeiiiher this is tho store where' you are sure
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Balmacaans : Chesterfields Chinchillas
$10 to $3fr $15 to $50 $15 to $40
For street and
dress wear -several
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724 ! a majority of 428.
The Want Ad Columns of The Bee Are
Read Dally by People, In Search of Ad
i miLurnry, i. tu, jaCKBOn, rep.
fax County County Judge, Adolph
1: clerk. Edward F. Vrsak. rep.;
Iff. John R. Bartunek. dem.; treas-
Tito Children Burn to Death.
STELLA. Neb., Nov. ll.-(Speclal.) Mrs.
Jennie Hager has received word that the
large farm house occupied by her son,
Fred Hager, near Claremont, 8. D., was
burned and his 2-year-old daughter,
Frances, was burned to death, and the
9-month-old 'baby so badly burjjed that
It died a few days later. Nothing was
saved from the house and in lt was also
burned the furniture belonging to Mrs.
Charles Morsey, who Is Mr. Hager'a sis
ter. - .
Aged Woman Takes Poison.
GREELEY. Neb., Nov. U.-(8peolal.)
When Joseph Plnkerton, an old soldier,
returned . about 4 o'clock - Tuesday from
carrying the mall on Rural Route No. L
he found the lifeless body of his wife
lying on the floor of their home. She
had taken carbolic acid with suicidal in
tent Mrs. Plnkerton had been In poor
health for some time, and her mind had
been' affected thereby.
' Department Orders.
. WASHINGTON. V. C. Nov. ll.-(8pe-clat
Telegram.) Iowa, rural letter oar
Decorah, David R. Baker; Dunkerton,
John B." 'Albright; Ha warden, Ralph
Wheeler; Monmouth, Harry B. Preeton.
United States National Bank of Omaha
has been appointed as a reserve agent
for Firtt Natlonl Bank of Fremont, Neb.
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whoso . surroundings, mods of life, and food and drink, have
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And food and drink are among the chief causes.
Coffee one of the commonest beverages contains a drug,
caffeine, which affects stomach, liver, heart and other organs.
8ome. persons are strong enough to stand the attack of the 1
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