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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE; JULY 23, 1916.
DRYS WILL RAISE
1ITTTTAV HATT IDC
Chairman Poling Announces
Quarter of This Amount
. Already Secured. :
r nnwvieintwme at trmakaa
Chicago, July 22. J. Frank Hanly
, of Indiana and Ira D. Landrith of
; Tennessee, nominees of the prohibi-
tton party for president and vice pres
ident of the United States, were (uesti
1 e a rmfltiiwi rtM.r.ff hv Inral urn.
hibitionisM upon their arrival in Chi
' cago from St Paul today. . A confer
ence on plans of the party also was
Mr. Hanly told several hundred
v persons who greeted him at the re
ception that he would start immedi
ately in a campaign to lead the party
to victory. He announced that within
a few days a meeting of the execu
tive commmittee of the national com-
mittee would be held, at which com
plete plans for the campaign would
be laid. ,
J A campaign fund of $1,000,000 will
be raised, according to Daniel Poling
of Boston, temporary chairman of the
St. Paul convention. More than $250,-
JXK) alreadv hn been subscribed.- be
, said. -
Mr. Landrith, the vice presidential
: candidate, told bis hearers that if the
party failed to elect a president this
fall, "it certainly would have a pro
hibition president in the White House
in 1920.' -.'.
mittee and report the names to Chair
man Dahlman', This will be dirfl next
Delegates to the state convention
were approved as follows:
James C Deblmaa. 7ena Nelleen.
M. Hltehoock. John 1. Shannon. '
Lm Bride; ea. peter W. Sherlock.
Charlea U. WlthnelL lamea P. Brenaaa.
Thomaa J. O'Connor. M. L. Bndree. t
Thomaa J. Flynn. Joooph O. Bursar.
L. 1. PlatU.
Frank T. Hanaom.
Charlea LV Fannlnf,
smanuol Taoraeen. -Arthur
P. Mullen. ;
Joaeph P. Butler.
H. B. Plohartr.
P. H. Boland.
Prod W. Anhouaor.
Mtort B. Holmae,
I. 1. Bran.
Dr. W. H. Baa.
B. A. Callalr.
A. B. Campbell.
Henry C. Richmond.
H. ax. Havorlr.
s. j. Rothw.n.
Ooorgo Clark. ,
(Gaathnat rrooa Pas Oat.) '
organize. The meeting is again to be
held in court room No, 1 in the court
, Following is the list of delegates
' made up by the subcommittee previ
ously appointed for the state conven
: tion to be held at Lincoln -ext Tues
lohn W. BalUn
William B. Bechals
Joaeph B. Bummol
. tfamuot Kleemaa
rrod W. ahotwoU
B. J. Seroy ''-
.: B. A. Lucko
Prank J. Lynch, :
Rentfrow Lowla . :
Benjamin J. atono.
Kdwln F. BreUey
Matthew 1. Dreary
Sylveoter A. Boarlo
a. L. B. Kllngholl
Edward L. Dodder
Thomaa B. Dyaart
Jamea V. Chunk
Anthony J. Donahoa N. P. Dodge
N.ioon C. Pratt Charloa Stenloka
William Kteretaad Frank, W. Judaoa
Daniel O. Whitney ' Iaador' glegler
John T. Tateo ' Harry Ceunamaa
Kennth S. Flnuyem Harry A. Poaroe
Jeaae I Root Jeeee C. McNleh ,?
. K. W. Dlion .-- John P. ItooC i
' Victor Rooeweter " Ooorgo Brandeki
Joaeph C. Walker.
A. H. Qallagher.
John P. Mortarlty.
Dan B. Butlor. ,
C. B. Kelpln. '.
Jeff W. Bedford.
J. 1. Mahonoy.
J. Tanner. : .';
f Charlea'p. McOrew
Charlee J. Lena
W. T. Graham .
!W. D. Hooford
Ocorga 1. Campoa
(W. w. Blabaugh
. David A. Filch
"J. H. Preeeon .... ,
' Kdward A. Simon
' Joaeph B. RedflaM
Prank S. Howell
f N. P, Swaneoh ' i'
Kdward A. Bmlth
Dr. J. R. RaIbo.
Hnrv H McDonald Ooorg jCnthea ' . -J
Jamee B. Rait Hugh W Wllllama .
.Martin W. Dlmory' "Calvlh H. Taylor
Luther Drake ' William N. Cfcambero
' Fred H. Davia : u onn xonen
Louie G. Neeh
Charles B. Blank .
John L, McCagua
Bdward F. Moranrtyy
Bdward P. Qrlmea
w. w. Toung
Carl B. Herrlnf .
C, H, T. RlepoR
Harry W. Cowduroy
C. W. geara
W. L. Randall
John . M. Thuratm''
Thomaa Koatol '
Fred A. Bailey
t. a. oun
Barry Aaher ;
Dian T. Oreg f
N. P. Dodge .
Howard H, Baldrldge
Byron O. Burbank
Nya F. Morehouse
Ouy C Fleming
aoorgo R. Redman
M. f. Singleton
H. J. Plnkett .
Henry F. Meyera
T. P. Jlehamltt
John O. Pegg
W, O. Tompletaa
J. C. Hamer
Dr. J. H. Hutton
Dr. B. Holovtchlner
I Marrv a. Bvrna
Dr. W. O. Henry
jamee n, namna
John W. Pariah
Harry B. Zlaunaa 1
William O. tiro
Qurdon W. Wattles
R. B. Howell
Harry O. Palmer
W, P. Adklna
Patrick J. Merlin
A. H. Burdock
Ouy C. Klddo
J. N. 8hutnaker
Beorge M. Mangold
E. L. Llndqueet
Henry Von Portrait
Myron L. Learned
uavld H. cnrletle '
rbomaa J. MoOulra.. v ,
Following is the list of, the new
county committee for the ensuing
year, as elected: - .
. Fire War, .
; fraclnet Name. ' Praotnot Kama,
. Thomas Doplta. S. Walter Realeky. .
1. Clyde C. Sunblad. 1. Charlea Matoha.
S. Louie Berka. S. Loula awahoda. ,
. 4. Joaeph Lobaek. S. W. B. Champenay.
. I. Char too Lena . ..
1, A. J. Barak. S. Rudolph Maoalka.
. Free . More. I. H. P. Blaaaaor.
8. a. A. Coraeer. S. Bdwla Oardlpoe.
4. D. L. Shanahan. ' S. J. M. Calabria.
5. S. Helovujhlner. It. P. J. Lynch.
i. William Jaokem.
I, William Hllder.
s. Havan T. Andrews.
1. Alfred Heltimaa.
. C, B. KubaL
. s. John rBoomfleld.
i ". Fourth Ward. '
I.T. B. Galloway, , S. Ooorgo H. Brewer.
T. Harry Dworaky.l
S, J. J. Dora.
t, Joaeph Uvlck.
1. K. B. Carter.
S. B. L. Ouatafebh,'
4. Dr. P, O. Beck.
S. Ooorga Bouimeh, If. Jkuguat Ulller.
I. Thorn. ,T. Wllry.. s. Hugh A.' Uyara. '
S. Jemea Cu'lea. - , ' t. William F, Mack.
a. Henry Began, - . S. Bira W. Flelda
4. Frank B Stoha,. Si Caleln afoOoWanr
. O. A. aooU. -: i
i autk ww. s ' -Vr'
1. Andrew Joneen. S.J. at TatboL l
; t. H. B. Fernanda, S.J. B. Bradonburg,
' 3. Chrla Haneen. . ar.
4. B. B. Bgan. ) '7. Barman C. Tlrame.
- tavaatlt War. ', '
! t. C It. T. Rlepon.
t. Fred Scheme!.,. ' . John W. Battla. ;
I. M. J. Groovy, ..." t. F. H. Woodland.
4. A. W. Jef terla. t. Joha Fred Bahm.
. Bigktk War.
1 C. L. Pritacher. t. Jamee a. RalL
5. B. L. Dodder. ' S. Charlea Carlaon.
4. Charlea Loader. It. Harry a .Byrna.
5. N. P. Swaneon. 11. Victor Dlota.
a. Alva B. Cook. IS. Roy Mullen.
1. Dr. i. a Ralph.
' Mlatk War.
1. J. B. Hammond. S. Joha . Ratgron,
1. Charlea Unltt. . T. J. A. Wakaneld..
S. Joha W. Parrlah. S. J. C Klneler. '
4. Harry R. Zlmmaa. S. Thomaa Lynch,
ft. Kdward SlmeraL . .
';' Tantk War. '
1. Reemue Lareen. ... I.J. C. Rowley,
r i. Frank Xoutaky. . S. Charloa Curamlnga
I. joaeph Pariik. , I. A. J. Traps.
4. C L. AletadU i .
;. Ktavtatfc War,- - '
1. R. B. Hahaftay, - S. Barl Burkot.
f . Loula V. Oura.
8. R. 11. Croaamaa.
S. Hermaa Aya. ,
t. B. P. Orlmea.
. 3. O. B. Hever.Uck.
4. Arthur P. Ouloel.
I. W, D. Boaford.
Twatfis, War. .
' I. Jamea Cathroa. : f. B. J. Webarv.
1. 1. McClalr. . t. Dr. O. W. Wllllama
I. wm. Baurabaoa. S. Frank B. Honea.
4. A. W. .Millar. , It. Wm. Kragekaw, .
I. Neb Andiraoa, 11. O. L. Bargar,
S Harry Aehar.
Co mlttoene Larva, Ctty at Omaha.
T. C. Mahamttt. .A. c. WllUnaoa,
Vr. L. B. Btltt. ....
3. W. Shumahar.
dobn C. Beefue. 4
U. L. Llndqueet.
Loule.i Laraoa. . . ..i
Hvnr Von Do bran.
William Elena, .
K. L. Flalv
M. L. Laaraa.
B. O. Uenaraaa.
W. a Duokwartk,
T. J. MoGulra.
Herman Wulff, : .
C. L. Mather.
Polar Clauoea. '
P. . A. Ranatrom,
MOVES Wi SPEED
(CMUatMwJ From Tmgm
J. J, Oilier.
JL J. Tiua.
J. A, Llnahan.
T. J. Nolan.
Nlch Wrmato. '
0orv Norrritui. -F.
It. Keeffaa. '
Harry O. Fortn.
R. 8. Horton.
Joaeph If. Fajmia.
C. W. MeCun.
CharlM J. Eml7. -Joiph
Dr. Lm Van Camp,
Patrick Hannlran. ,
C. M. Bcarr.
Jonn B. Waltm.
Hsjnry Oerinf .
H. M. Barlow.
Jflrry Jln. .
Chart P. Mortarty.
m. w. Fitt.
William P. Donobua, 0org- Matnoy.
John B. Raiaa.
A. K. Patton.
T. J. Dwyor.
P. C Ucafoy.
B. J. MoArdla.
W, P. Thomaa.
J. A C. Konnatfy.
T. J. O'Brien.
W. F. Lynch.
C Hun tor.
It. A. Schnaldar.
svmea Sitk. .
John T. M.rcoil.
If, J. LNMtor.
Ed Gels ton.
J. 1. Quint). , V
Bdward B. HowtIL
Thomaa Hoc tor. ,
Oaorff Stay. -
Ifylai B. Wolah.
Pat J. Lavolla.
Bd J. Watara,
Paul F. Btolnwcndar.
Frank F. Qulfloy.
Dr. D. T. Quit toy.
Dr. F. A. Sedlacak.
W. U Baufhn, Jr.
' Jamoa Bchnoldorwlnd.
' Phillip B. Horan.
Charloa Haln. - '
John Floenao. '
R. L. Matcalf.
B. L. HuntUy. ;
Loa Hard man.
a D. Lobock.
a B. Llvtr.
Dr. W. j. McCrann.
Piter E. RUtmr.
Thomaa Alton, .. .
Frank Pacbota. ,
Jamea F. Callahan. Frank J. Bin.
H. b, Danlat
Jerry J. FltagaMaV John C. Barratt..
L. J. To Pool.
. fl. A. LwU.
Jerry Fen ton.
Joieph H. Craddoek.
Oaorg F. Bheohan.
Ooorga & Colllna. r
C, F. Connolly,
H. a. lloran.
J. C. HartnetL
J. O. Wolf. -
Lawranca J. Flynn.
Jamea U. Fttigeraltt
Otto J. Bauman.
B. A Worm.
R. J. Madden.
II. R. Huntington.
Arthur L. AnderaOH.
Hark J. Coad.
J. V. Hall.
J. L. Padrno.
H. C. Drazel.
A. B. Agea.
B. J. MoArdla.
Dr. C C Allteon.
Harry V, Hayward,
John J. Hinchey.
John A. Rlne.
W. B. Bryan.
Csoula D. Kavanaugh.
R. C. fltrablow.
A. D. Comptob.
V. F. Kuncl.
B. D. O' Sullivan.
John H. Hopklna.
John A. Oentleman.
A. W. Elaaaaar.
T. J. Foloy.
Frank J. Rlba.
L J. Dunn.
R. F. William.
C A. Melcher.
Michael Qlbaon. -John
W. C Bui lard.
Joaeph Lovely, ,
Rudolph Tec hart
William C. Ramaey.
C. B. Nlchola.
W. W. Donley.
P. O. Hofaldt. -
Patrick J. Hannlgon.
BLOWN TO DEATH
MAECHING IN BIO
(Cantuaa From Pas Oaa.)
a little direct action on the 22A, which
will echo around the earth and show
that Frisco really knows how and that
militarism cannot be forced on us and
our children without a violent protest
"Things are going to happen to
show that we will go to any extreme,
the same as the controlling .class, to
preserve what little democracy we
still have. Don't take this as a joke,
or you will be rudely awakened
(awaken); (sic). We have sworn to
do our duty to the masses and only
send warnings to those who are wise,
but who are forced to march to hold
their jobs as we want to give only the
hyphocritical (sic) patriots who shout
for war, but never- go, a real taste of
Request to Chamber. -
"Kindly ask the Chamber of Com
merce to march in a body if they want
to prove they are no cowards. A copy
has been sent to all the papers. Our
duty has been done so far."
Warning that an explosion would
occur had been sent out by post card
to hundreds of persons. Small atten
tion was paid to the cards, although
every precaution was taken by the au
Bridgeport, Conn., July 22. Theo
dore Judson, keeper of the Stratford
lighthouse, reports sighting, at 9:45.
a large submarine bound east. The
vessel is larger than the United
States navy submarines, he say.
We're ifowing With Growing Omaha," qTl
Iris. n - n rRLY!
'7 J)maha Home Furnishing Headquarters i
flaw Start Haarai BdO (a a. na. dallri Sataramys, SiSO a. m. ta t p. as,
Made Like New
While You Are Away
v on Your Vacation 1
refinishlng, etc., receive ex
pert attention in our shops.
Estimates on any pros
pective work of this kind
will be cheerfully and
promptly furnished upon request.
Ptipne Douglas 335 Repair Dept.
A Superlative Poster Bed Value
A full sized genuine mahogany four-post bed,
equipped with a box spring and fine cotton felt mat
, All Complete for $45.75.
The bed is a charming New England half high
post type in the rich hand-rubbed finish; similar in de
sign' to the illustration herewith, but you'll have to see
the bed to appreciate its exceptional value.
Interesting July Clearance Sales
Affording Substantial Savings
on Bonn, Syphon sunt Leonard Refrigerator. A big lino
of Reed ud Fibre Porch and Veranda Furniture and
discontinued patterns in the famous Whittal Rug
Now in pro great at Beaton-Laier's. . ,
Open a Charge Accountend Welcome.
DISEASE BREAKS OUT
Health Commissioner Gives
Personal Attention to Case
of Samuel Eossitto.
CHILD'S LEO PARALYZED
The first case of infantile oaralvsit
reported to the health office since last
February was sent in by Dr. C C.
Moore, the victim being Samuel Ros
sito, 3 years old, 4701 North Twenty
ninth street. This is the second ease
in Omaha this year.
Health Commissioner Connell anrl
City Bacteriologist Langfeld visited
the Rossitto home and cave the case
their personal attention. They report
the case it unmistakably infantile
paralysis, but the health commission
er it not certain whether it is the
epidemic or sporadic form.
"I am giving the case my personal
attention. I visited the houses of the
neighborhood and advised the people
regarding gargling their throats and
taking other percautions. The Ros
sitto home has been quarantined and
a nuec surveillance win oe main
tained," said Dr. Connell.
The health commissioner does not
feel alarmed over the isolated case,
but in view of the outbreak of this
disease in certain sections of the
country at this time, he intends to
exercise unusual vigilance.
One of the legs of the Rossitto
child is paralyzed and otherwise
manifests the real symptoms of the
disease. This child was ill five days
before the attending physician was
THIRTY-NINE MORF DEATHS
Plague it Spreading in New York
City and Vicinity.
New York July 22. There were
more deaths in the epidemic of infan
tile paralysis during the last twenty-
luur uuuie m,i .......
inception of the disease four weeks
ago. Since 10 a. m. yesterday the
plague killed thirty-nine children in
eh. Av. hnrnnoha of New York Citv.
There were 135 new cases.
Quarantine regulations ot increas
ing severity due to fear of the snread
of infantile paralysis were reported
today from a number of citier and
towns near New York.
The Erie railroad, which serves
thousands of commuters, has sent out
a bulletin to all its station agents
warning them to notify prospective
passengers that children will be
barred from most of the stations
along the line in New Jersey and
A total of 239 cases of infantile
paralysis are reported from the state
of New Jersey. The cases in Con
necticut number fifty-nine. New
York state outside of New York City
has 195 cases. ' ' - ' .
DR. BRADBURY A SAFE DENTIST
Dental Service is Deeds-Not Words
Dental service of the kind that satisfies It nine-tenths deeds and
one-tenth words. The science of this kind of service it based on three
great factors quality, service and mode of eon
ducting business. We have the largest dental
practice in Omaha today BECAUSE we have al
ways lived up to the highest principle of con
ducting our business. The best people in the
community are our patrons.
X-Ray, for hidden tooth troubles.
Extractions delicately done.
Missing teeth supplied without plate.
Crowns and fillings specialty.
. Plates from 15.00 up. ' .
Best work guaranteed ten yean and all work
don without pain.
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist)
11 Years In Omaha.
21.J1 Wooclmaa ( tba World Building. Phraa D. 1756.
14th aaal Faraaas Sta., Omaha. Hpurti 8 to 6 Sundays, 10 to 12.
Tlie fasliion Genter ofHie ffiddleWesl- J
established ': '.
Children's Colored Wash
Dresses in Sizes 2 to 10 Yean.
85c Dresses now 59c , ' '
$1.25 Dresses now 79c.
$1.50 and $1.65 Dresses now 98c
$1.75 Dresses now $1.19. .
$2.50 and $2.75 Dresses now
$3.50 Dresses now $1.75. ,
$4.25 Dresses for $2.98. ....
In Skirt Lengths
Linens, Gabardines and
Crepe materials, in Ba
yard and 4-yard pattern
lengths. Monday, a full
skirt length at about the
price you pay per yard
$1.25 Per Pattern
A small lot that are
slightly soiled, sizes 3, 4
and 5 years; sold 50c, 856,
$1.00 and $1.25 .. ; .
Monday $ Price
Children's Section Thir A Floor,
Heavy twilled bleached
baby Shaker Flannel, 27
inches wide; special, Mon
day,! Oc per yard.
Pumps and Oxfords
At Reduced Prices
25 styles in gray, ivory,
white, brown, patent and
dull kid leathers.
$6.00, $7.00 and $8.00
Now $4.95 -
IS styles in blue, patent
and' dull kid, also white
pumps with black saddles
and gray pumps with whit
$5.00 and $8.00 values,
Broken sizes of pumps and oxfords of different
leathers, in this sale, at
I'nnnn mil .mnmrrTTm
Horse 'Power Trfan
f . . "ou ask, "What has this to do with me as a buyer of tires?
T tsby such savings at the Firestone factory we cut
down the cost of tire mileage for you.
Instead of paying 30 cents or more per ton for feeding coal,
; . , we install equipment that feeds for 4 cents a ton. One man
i feeds hundreds of tons a day that develop 12,000 horsepower.
1 1 is equipment and efficiency of this kind throughout
the Firestone factory and branches that give you ex
clusive nualitv at' ordinary Dricc in Firestone Tires.
One' 12.000 horsenower turbine instead of a battery of small
ones; buying from plantation and shipping direct: equipment
for calendering and cutting 84-inch fabric instead of the nar
rower widths; scientific distribution through branches by car
load or trainload. These are some of the ways Firestone takes
the cost out of overhead and puts the quality in the Tire. You
profit through more quality more mileage for less money.
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company
tMmerico's Largttt Exclutive Tir ttnd Rim Makert" ,
2566 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb. ,
' Horn Offica and Faetoryi Alcroa, Ohio. ' Braachaa anal Daalart Evarrwbarav
Makara of First Truck Tires-Leader Than sad Lcadars New-la Quality and Volume
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