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T1IK KEK: (J.UAHA. 1-KtDAY. MAY 13. UK! I.
Knox Peace Plan
Is Still Hanging
Fire in House
Little , Activity Displayed
1 Toward Hurrying Action to
End War With Gerrujny
Washington, May 12. Notwith
standing Germany's acceptance of
the allied reparations demand, little
activity was displayed by house
leaders toward hurrying the Knox
.resolution ending the war with the
Ueprescnfative Porter of Pcniisyl
vMiia. chairman of the house foreign
?.i"airs committee, said lie had no
plans For calling his committee to
gether to consider the peace resolu
tion. Although the rcichstag's declara
tion to bow to the allied ultimatum
had cased the situation somewhat, he
said, he still saw no necessity for
haste on the peace resolution. He
declared there would certainly be no
meeting of the committee this week
and he was uncertain about what
would happen next week.
Guarding American Rights.
Mr. Porter held a conference with
Thomas Miller, alien property custo
dian, to go over features of the res
olution relating to the disposition of
the German property now held by
ti e United States. He said he want
ed to make sure that all American
tights were thoroughly protected in i
this respect. He also is giving close
study to the question of protecting
the rights of American shipowners
who are fearful of discrimination
against them abroad unless the priv
ileges tl'cyverc to receive under the
Versailles pact are fully reserved.
Lively and extended discussion of
the whole international situit'on,
with particular reference to President
Harding's recent declaration to re
sume participation in European coun
cils, is expected to break out in the
senate tomorrow or the next day in
connection with consideration of the
Various measures dealing with dis
armament will be brought before
the senate and these probably will
lead to general debate for foreign
British Labor Leader
Gets Hostile Greeting
New York, May 12. J. H.
Thomas, general secretary of the Na
tional Union of Railway Men of
Great Britain, encountered a hos
tile demonstration on his arrival on
Men and women who styled them
selves as representatives of the Irish
American labor league, assembled at
the pier bearing banners criticising
Thomas for his action in the settle
mcntvof the threatened strike of the
triple alliance in England last
month, when he uPgcd the miners to
accept a resumption of negotiations
with Premier Llovd Georec.
"They are entitled to their
opinion," Thomas said. Uc said he
csmc to the cnited states lo rcst,
and intimated he might go to Denver
to attend the annual convention oi
the American Federation of Labor.
Canadian Wheat Being
Rushed to United States
Duluth, May 12. Shipments of
Canadian wheat arc being rushed
into the United States through Du
lut'i free of duty by shippers who
anticipate the signing of the emer
gency tariff measure by President
Harding, .iccord'ng to the local cus
toms office. The measure wouli
impose a customs duty of 35 e.:nts a
bushel on imported wheat.
Approximately 810.000 bushels ot
the grain have been shipped through
this district during the last month.
Ordinarv shipments 'vary from 500,
000 to 3.000.00U bushels a season.
Since September 1, 1920. 863,922
bushels have been shipped in.
California Grape Crop
Damaged By Cold Weather
Sacramento, May 12. The grape
crop of California for 1921 was re
duced about 30 per cent by frosts and
adverse weather conditions during
the spring and consequently the yield
for the season will be about 70 per
cent of that of 1920. according to
an estimate made public by R. L.
Xougaret, viticultural expert of the
State Department of Agriculture.
So Htr " operate; ; eo
easy to own if purchased at
The Thor, equipped with
rubber-nozzle comb, makes it
possible to pick up hair,
thread, ravelings, etc.
A $55 Cleaner
See them demonstrated at
the Bowen Store.
Of Samuel Gompers
Huntington, Y. May 12. A
resolution condemning' the policies
of Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, was
adopted by West Virginia Federa
tion of Labor in annual convention.
The resolution characterized 'Mr.
Gonipers as a tool of politicians and
declared that under his guidance
the federation was "like a ship with
out a rudder."
The resolution says: "He (Gom
pers) has gone contrary to the pol
icies of the American Federation of
Labor as promulgated in the na
tional convention at Montreal.
Therefore, the delegates of the West '
Virginia Federation of Labor to the
1921 convention of the American
Federation of Labor arc hereby in-,
structed to vole against Samuel
Gomncrs for re-election as presi
Former Judge Victim
Of Mysterious Wound
Tulsa, Okl.. May 12. Judge John
Deveraux, former member of the
Oklahoma supreme court, died to
night from a mysteriously received
wound on the head and from illness
which his physicians believe was
caused bv a drug. '
He had never regained conscious
ness after being found with a gash
over his right eve in a room at a
local hotel Monday night in com
pany With two women who are now
held in jail. One of the women
had been serving him in the capac
ity of nurse for the last two weeks.
The Stpre oj
always looking for
ward to giving better
service for the conven
ience of our patrons, we
point with pride to our
large display of drapery
fabrics and especially
the new spring draperies
of charming designs now
at this store from which
to make a selection
draperies of character,
that will harmonize with
Tapestry and Armour por
tieres; also- two-coloc velvet
portieres, as well as double
faced velour portieres, can at
all times be purchased at the
H.'R. Bowen Co.
at a saving. The many hun
dreds of different patterns
shown makes it both easy and
convenient to procure the par
ticular color and style you
Figured Armour portieres,
2Va yd3. long in solid colors
at $7.50 per pair
Figured Armour portieres,
2 yds. long in solid colors.
Extra wide for large open
at $12.50 per pair
Double-faced velour por
tieres, with cord edge, in blue,
rose, mulberry or brown
at $30.00 per pair
Velvet portieres in combina
tion colors, as blue hued with
mulberry or gold and rose, etc.
Many combinations to select
at $25 per pair and up
Striped tapestry couch
covers with figured "ends,
at $3.25 each
Full size tapestry couch
covers in solid colors and two
at $5.75 to $12.50 each
Figured tapestry couch cov
ers, full size, heavy qualities
and splendid patterns
at $10 to $12.50 each
Heavy velvet couch covers
in Oriental patterns, fine
; ' at $29.50 each ,
." CHWySVAUIttlVIHt STMK
Treatv Is Bein
Fought by China
Envoy, of Chinese Is in U. ,S.
Seeking Support of Public
- Opinion Against Renewal
New York. May 12. China is
seeking the support of public opin
ion in the, United States and the
British dominions to prevent the
renewal of the Anglo-Japanese
treaty. Bertram Lenox Simpson, ad
visor to the president of China and
statistician to the Chinese govern
mcnt., declared in a statement made"
rumic Iterc touay.
Mr. Minpson, wtio recently ar-
; rjved from Canada, where he dis
i cussed the treatv question with J'rc
; lriier Meighen and other. Canadian
'. officials, said he had been comutis
rsioned bv the Chinese government
, as its 'Oilicjal spokesman in regard
to the treaty. He was instructed,
' he added, to use his discretion in
! seeking to create public sentiment
against 'the treaty s renewal on tne
: ground that it tended to give moral
I support 'to Japan for "further cn
i croachments on China."
i China has been confidentially in
j formed. Mr. Simpson declared, thai
: t lie phrase, "rcginal understandings,"
! in article 21 of the covenant of tlie
league of nations, was selected by
British and Japanese statesmen with
the purpose of later contending tlv.it
j the Anglo-Japanese treaty was su:h
la "regional understanding" with re-
socct to China. If this article re
mains in the covenant it means thn
"the understanding" of Japan am!
England becomes the acknowledged
law of the orient, he said.
Mr. Simpson declared that Chin-
has sent a special, delegate to Paris
and Geneva to protest against tlu
I inclusion ot such a clause in the rj
I vised covenant.
! Mr. Simpson said his instruction i
' were to present China's case to otli-
cials of the British colonics and It,:.
I added that he had a letter to Seer:
! tary of State Hughes.
j Southern Crops Damaged
I By Wind and Hail Storm
! Atlanta,. Ga., May 12. Wind and
I hail storm of unusual severity swept
over portions of Georgia, Alabama.
Mississippi and Tennessee today,
causing heavy damage to crops and
buildings. Hail stones V'i inches in
diameter were picked up alter the
storm, windows being broke' and
trees stripped of smaller branches.
The only casualty reported was the
death of a negro caddy on the links
of the Thomasville, Ga., golf club, re
sulting from lightning striking a
shed under which a number of boys
had taken rciuge.
Canned Goods Now Selling
j: Far Below Cost to Packers
Cincinnati, May 12. That canned
goods arc now being sold by the
I packer at from 40 to per cent hc
i low cost because of the tight money
market, was the assertion made by
! H. 1 Strasbatigh, president of the
j National Canners' association, be
; fore the Southern Wholesale Grocers'
I "In many cases present prices are
much lower than war prices," he con
tinued. "But freight rates are dou
bled, wages continue high, we con-'
I thine to pay high prices for tin cans
'and unlet wages and the cost of tin
Iconic down, the price of canned
goods wilt he increase d."
Allen Walker of the Guaranty
Trust company. New York, told the
delegates, that it js fallacy to think
that high prices make prosperity. , ,
Affords protection against in
fectious diseases. All prudent
persons should avail themselves
i this dependable germicide.
AT DRUQ STORES BVERYWHCRB
1 Shoe Bargains
Men's High Grade Work
shoes, on sale, S3. 45 "d
Men's Dress Shoes, black and
tan, on sal S3. 00
Ladies' Oxfords or Pumps,
$10 value, on sale, S6.R0
Ladies' High Grade Shoes,
Child's Slippers, on sale,
Barefoot Sandals, . ..Sl!25
J.'Helphand Clothing Co.
314 NORTH 16TH ST.
Active and Healthy
With Cuticura Soap
8op.Ointmnt.TlMim.S!k.rrr?whr Forum jJei
ddrau: Cittern L.t.rn.rl.i.D.pt X, MtlSan.Mus.
Two More Days of the S
Big Extra Vote Offer
S Two More Days of the
Big Extra Vote Offer
HELP YOURSELF CLUB
Of the Biggest Extra Vote Offer of the Entire Campaign
TWO MOmE BAY
EXAMPLE NO. 2
One $10.20 New Subscription 76,000
One 7.80 New Subscription 02,000
One u.10 New Subscription 32,000
One 2.55 N:w Subscription 12,000
"$25.65 Total Regular Votes 182,000'
Bonus of .4,000 Extra Votes Per Dollar 102,600
Total Votes for $25.65. . .......... .284,600
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$7,800.00 MARTIN BUILT HOME
FIRST CAPITAL AWARD :
Home is at 2S78 Titus Ave., "Minne Lusa" Addition.
Lot 44x120. Block 13, Lot No. 20. Modern in every way.
To get the benefit of the 100,000
extra vote offer you must have your sub
scriptions in the office or the mail before
10:00 p. m. tomorrow, Saturday. If mailed
later they will only give you a credit of
75,000 extra votes for each $25.00 or part
If you live in the city bring your sub
scriptions to the office personally. The
office of the Help Yourself Club, at 312
Peters Trust (Bee) Building, will be open
until 10:00 p. m. tomorrow, Saturday,
If you live out of the city be sure your
subscriptions . are mailed before .10:00
p. m. tomorrow, Saturday, evening. Also
be sure that the postoffice where you mail
them stamps or marks on the envelope the
time of your mailing it.. Remember that
letters mailed on Saturday will not be re
ceived until Monday and that only those
which show that they were mailed within
the time limit will be given the big credit
Under the first vote offer. : Any not so
stamped or marked will begiven credit
under second vote offer, of 75,000 extra
votes for each $25.00 Vin subscriptions
The $25,000.00 List of Awards :
2-$7,800.00 HOME, First Capital Award.
440.00 Cadillac Auto.
2 $1,500.00 Conservative B. & L. Deposit.
8 $1,115.00 Maxwell Automobiles.
8 $200.00 H. & L. Deposits.
8 $100 B. & L. Deposits.
Total number of awards, 27.
Ten per cent cash commission to all non
winners if they turn in $50.00 or more.
Vote Value of
The DAILY and Sunday, Morning or
Evening;, by Boy Carrier in Omaha,
Council Blutis and in towns where
Carrier Boy service is maintained.
2 Years $20.t0 H0, 000
1 Year' 10.20 16,000
fi Months 6.10 52,00.;
3 Months 2.55 12,000
Morning or Evening Without Sunday
by Carrier Boy Service.
' ' New
2 Years J15.60 136,000
1 Year 7.80 62.000
6 Months ' 3.90 22.000
,3 Months '........ ... ; 1.95 10,000
: Sunday Only by Boy Carrier.
2 Years ......... .$ 10.40 76,000
1 Year ..... S.20 32.000
6 Months . 2.60 12,000
Morning, Evening and Sunday by
1 Year $lf.00 152.000
8 Months 9.00 68.000
3 Months f.50 28.000
Daily and Sunday by Mail.
2 Years , .$15.00 136.000
1 Year 7.R0 62,000
li Months 4.00 22,000
3 Months 2.00 10,000
Daily Only by Mail, Without Sunday
2 Years ! .$10.00 76,090
1 Year 6.00 J2.000
6 Months 2.50 i2,000
3 Months 1.25 6,000
Sunday Only by Mail.
2 Years $ 5.00 32,000
1 Year 2.50 12.000
6 Months 1.25 5,000
Renewal subscription payments
will be given half as many
votes as new subscriptions.
Fifcf PvffD VsT-fsO Citfcxv Closing at 10:00 p. m., May 14t.h For $25.00 in Subscriptions
If bl EjXITcI Y Oie KJII er . 100,000 Extra Votes; 4,000 for each dollar over $25.00.
STANDING OF THE CLUB MEMBERS
The standing of the club members, as
they appear in this issue, only includes the
votes received and counted at this office
up to 6 p. m., Inst Wednesday. The stand
I'iiks will be rhans-eil a"atn in Ti'eaday's
paper and will include the votes that are
received- and counted at the H. Y. S. Club
otflco before li p. in., Saturday.
DISTRICT NO. 1
, Will include all territory Inside th
City limits of Omaha south or I'aciflc
street, west of the river In Seventy .
second street, including Rniston, Belle
rue, Fort Crook and Avery.
One fl,113.U0 Maxwell, one 200.flU
B. & L. Deposit nnd one flOO.OO It.
& I.. Deposit will be awarded in this
R. W. Sage, 2519 S. 33d St 82,430
Mrs.. O. A. Christensen, 522 Cedar. . 16.830
Ernest Herngren. 20)5 S. "th St... 92.630
Martha Ebert, 2t02 Popplclon .'.49,40
Mrs. Thomas Selae, 2318 I St 93,840
Mra. Pearl Starkey, 1937 S. 12th , .93.750
Frank Kennlson, 1509 S. 2iith St.. 19,350
O. Phillips, lti24 KolU St 12.910
Mabel Hogun, 2408 S. 24th ;,.C4.980
Ed Julis. 5806 S. 20th 28.510
Mrs J. N. Williams. 3608 S. 23d.,.. ,34,730
Mabel Oraralt. 825 Bancroft .'..19.350
Mra. F. Marecek, ' 5218 S. 20th St. .94,910
Theo. A. Isaacson. 2317 S. 31st 23,840
Mis. Anna Ruppert, 2014 Martha 17.280
Mrs. C. A. Kauth. 1822 Bancrof t. ... 52.780
.John Kwasnlewskl. 2S57 Oak 64,790
IT. Hakenholz, 2323 Monroe 94.340
Iva Sieel. 1724 Dorcas 66.180
O. H. Evans, 4550 S. 40th 93.850
Mrs. E. V. Haworth. 1J75 8. 9th. .. .22.310
George Peterson, 3412 Wright.. 95,910
Aage Jorgensen, s. i'Otli 6.110
Walter Hamilton, 320!) s. 2tn o.uwo
Mrs. W. B. Withrow. 223 Francis.. 11, 080
It.n,u ft,,.. "Ar. W atp.Dt K n?A 1
J. h. Beecroft, 4545 S. 18th 5,000
A. Speltzcr, 6636 S. 23d 6,060
John Spell, SIO Forest Ave 5,000
A. Hicks. 2716 Miami 83,670
R. U. Aekley. 2507 N. 24th... 11,850
Mrs. Emily Wlnuer. 119 X. 20th ... .91,680
iledwig Michel, 2411 X. 58th. ..... .27,750
I.oula Elewitz, 2771 Burt 11,450
R. E. Holbrook, 3506 Pacific 92.350
Herman Xachshoen. 413 X. 18th. ... 32.680
Dessie D. Harrop, 2567 Douglas 93,510
C. A.. Wier, 1915 Charles 93,580
(J. F. Slosson, Jr., 4906 Cuming. ... .59,390
Ida Karbach, 1433- X. 20th 30,470
J. K. Mcintosh. 4100 Chicago 94,310
Mrs. Mary Kngel, 2705 Cuming 25,760
Mrs. A. E. Waak. 2222 Howard. .. .93,350
0. T. Peterson, 3009 Harney 22,460
Marten J. Ulneen. 938 N. 2iith 16.860
Blanche Snyder, "23 S. 25lh Ave. .29,240
R. I.. Murray, 4424 Jones 16.700
Mrs. Bessie Bi-ach, 1008 S. 29th .22,160
Harold Anderson. 3118 Marcy . . r. . . 13.1 10
Josephine Shumakct', l.oyal Hotel. .32.570
'P. T. Pnganis. 411 S. Kith. 55.950
E. H. White. 567 S. 33d 21,450
Mrs. W. J. Whltaker, 4804 Dodge.'. .92.850
T,. X. Swanaon,' 4129 T.akc ....94,760
Mrs.-R. X. Clausen. 4809 Underwood 92,510
Mrs. Mario Coulter, 3009 Harney. . .93,840
Mrs. R. L. Pattison. 218 Turner St.. 17,680
Sam Wolf, 2.I16W. X. 30th.., .43,500
Rev. X. V. Hanson. 1713 X. 2oth St. 95.980
W. J. Duve, 3223 Seward 11.570
Mrs. C. M. Tomandl, 4507 Charles. . 83,960
Woland Treisman, 1018 X. 32d 21.680
Horrate Sehaeffer, 4225 Cuming.. u. 5,150
Kmmet Wlemer, 416 S. 43d... i 11,140
Mrs. C. E. I.inneman, 1033, Victor. . .39.150
Mrs. Jennie Lament, 2808 Dodge.... 6,240
Douglas Peters, 200 S. 32d... .21,340
P. F. Outachewski, 3527 Charles. .. 15.050
1, : W.' Rellly. 122 S. 29th 5-.040
Mrs.-M. I.. Vosburgh. 25A4 Douglas. 5.000
W. C. Xielson, 1824 X. 33d 5,010
C. Finkle, 2018 Manderson 5,210
Mra. R. E. Moore, 60"2 X. 28th Ave. 11,460
W. E. Stutenroth, 2460 Camden. .. .94,398
Mrs. Gus Kranlz. 7301 Maple 6,020
E. H. Burke, 1102 Park Ave 6,000
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Will Include all territory in the city
of Council liiuffs, including the Mana
One $1,115.00 Mninell, one (700.00 B.
A I.. Deposit and one I1OO.0U B. I..
Deposit will be awarded In this district.
Gertrude Sullivan. 813 Ave. B... .93.210
i.. 1!. Roberts, 162 W. Bdwy 59,830
Anna Ward. 1006 6th Ave 20.580
Mrs. M. A. Smith. 2304 Ave. D 94.210
A. W. Geiger, jr., 426 Damon 19.760 j
Dorothy Lenihan. 552 Harrison St.. 43. 790 I
Mrs. Ada McLaughlin. 190i 3d Ave.22.610 i
Harold O. DeVol. 1012 7th Av e. ... 1 9.57(1
R. P. Bolin. 2003 4th Ave 23.850,.
Mrs. Peter Jensen. Oakland Ct 23.460 .
Mrs. F. R. Scholcs. 541 Mill 44,650 1
Lawrence Gallagher. 2408 Ave. A. .32.670 i
Van ldddel 2401 Ave. A 33.510
Mrs. Iva M. Ford, 305 S. 18th 94,790
R. D. Edwards 2310 Ave. C 26.840
Mrs. J W. Head. 3485 3d Ave 49.500
F. H. Moran, 114 S. 1st St 27.430
Mrs. I.. C. Davis. 1417 Fairmont Ave.21.'90
Lou Dunlan, Grand Hotel 43.850
Mrs. Wm. J. Ryan. 2026 Ave. A 95,650
Bert Graham. R. 1, Logan. .. ; . .. .36,410
Xellie'J. Solleder, Tliurman 64.940
Gladys MaWs. Harlan 98.840
Bernard Franklin, Hamburg ......36,820
Merle Andreas.: Oakland 64.390
Dorothy Hull, Hepburn 21.240
J. H. Hudgens, Walnut.... 46.680
Merle B Travis. Carson....... 18.160
Leona Hamann. Persia 72.190
Mrs. Ray Plerson, Henderson. ... .,.'!?. 420
Lloyd W. Weatherell, Panama 36.280
Mrs. Lowell C. Mattox, Shelby. .. .70.160-
Frcd Tanke. Avoca ...s...... 38,590
Mra. S. I.. Jefferson. Woodbine 89;46fl
K. E. Axthelm. Gleowood.: 13.280
Mrs. IT. H. Stich.' Sidney '. 24.560
June Beaver, , Harlan ...5,000
. DISTRICT NO. 6.
Will Include the following counties In
the state of Nebraska: Cass. Harpy.
Douglas (outside the city nf Omaha ).
Saunders, Butler, Polk, Merrick, Nance.
I'lntt, 4'olfax, Dodge, Washington.,
Kurt. Cuming, Stanton. Madison
Boone. Antelope. Pierre, Wayne, Thur
ston, Dakota, Dixon, Cedar and Knox.
One 1,1 15.00 Maxwell one 5200.110
R. & I.. Deposit nnd one 100.00 R,
& I.. Deposit will be awarded In tbis
A. E. Stafford. Rising city
Alvln F. Barton.' Lyons...
R. E. Strasburg, Polk..
Mrs. P. . E. Buck. Fremont
Mrs. Wade Pruitt, "Humphrey
M. C. . Smith, Albion.
Charles J. Swoboda, Prague
Anna :B1umm, Scribner....
E. F. 'ushnian. Kejinard
Frank Pallas. Ponder
Mabel Btanda, West Point
Nellie Dwyer, Colon
D. JS. Hayes, Herman..
Jessie B. Kay. Wisner
Ida Ruether. Stanton' ,.:
Harry J. Muffley. St. Edward
Jens- Jensen.. Lyons
C. E. Anderson, R. 4. Xorfolk..
"Cedric Anderson. Wausa.'.
J. M. Fox, Gretna
Laura Kolcna. Creighton
Marie Rowaldt. Yutan
Mrs. Edith Srhonler, Rosalie
Mrs. Archie Roberts, North Bend,
a. C. Hobak, Xehawka...
Zetta Lower, Valparaiso.'.
DISTRICT NO. 3 ;
Will include all territory inside the
city limits of ymalia and on. anil
'north of Pacific street, west of the
river to Eighty-third street and' as far
north as Maple street.
One 1,1 1.1.00 Maxwell, one J'MU.OO
B. ti 1.. Deposit and one 100.00aU.
I.. Deposit will be awarded in this
Mrs. C. J. Hubbard. 3S04 Farnnm. .92.650
O. V. Hendee. 4204 Burdotte. ... 91.600
A. D. Klein, jr., 4806 Dodge ..88,680
Klove B. Jlorcll. 644 S. 55th Ave... 91. 840
C. J. Wright, 2310 Howard 69.140
James Audeson. 2411 N. IStn 12,780
W. T. Ziesel, 3314 Decatur 94,370
Dr. Frank O. Smith. Blackstone 90.380
Louis j: Schafer. 112 X. 26th ...92.410
Mildred Plank, 2714 Burt 60.950
Mrs. Anna Morenelli, 8S8 S. 21st, .. .94.840
Fred Keogh, 229 X. 19th .23.410
DISTRICT NO. 8.
' Will Include all territory Inside the
city limits of Omaha on and north of
Maple street, west of the river to
Eighty-third street and north to Sar
geant street, including Florence and
,the Carter Lake district.
One 1.1 15.00 Maxwell, nne CiOO.OO
ft. V- I.. Deposit and one $100.00 B. &
J.. Deposit will be awarded in tbis
Don't Hold Subscriptions
Get Them in by Saturday
They Count for the Most Votes Right Now
Lydia Byeredahl. Madison..
-Emma . Fredstroin. Oakland
Mildred E. Johnson. Mrad
Josephine Evans. Platte Center...
Mrs. Ed Lyons, Newman Grove
Mrs. Lulu Owen. Ashland
Mrs. "B. O: Darling. Hooper
J. W. Keeler. Fullerton
Robert Welk, Columbus
R. J. Swansnn. Fullerton
Wm. Mi.-k. Cedar Bluffs...;
Roy Combs. David City
Donald Waugh. R. 2. Valley.
Herbert Struthers, Craig
Emma Johnson. R. Xo. 1. Fremont
A. D. Allen. Decatur
John Huebner. Papillion . .
Anton. F. .Yotava, Schuyler
Mrs'. W. A. Mitchell, 2035 Ave. A... J.110
Edna Lawrence. 7711 X. 28th Ave.. 27.240
Fred B. Xochols, 3415 X. 24th 21,980
A. L. Frederick, 2558 Whitmore. .. .93,390
Mona Harris. 2954 X. 4Jtii Ave 23.SSO
11. Chrlstensan, 6904 Minne Lusa 12,540
C. 1). Schnell, 2423 Crown Point 27.560
a. J. Emery, 2554 Pratt 92,840
Leo Daniels, 2302 Maple 93,850
Mrs. R. Tedesco, 2939 Lincoln Blvd. 95,750
Violet Brotcbie. 5020 Florence Blvd.94.460
A. H. Mayer. 2438 Ellison. 64.380
Mrs. L. M. Thlrtlc, 6005 N. '80th 23,950
Mrs. W. W. Davis. 3929 Flor. Blvd. 59.370
Mrs. Harry Rogers, 8511 X. 29th.. 34, 560
C. Hall. 2879 Vane 29, 740
Winifred Travis, 2861 Fowler 11,840
Mrs. J. Rodebaugh, 8180 Meredith. .60.050
Mrs. .1. M. Streeter, 400S N. 34th.. 21. 760
Mrs. a. L. Tracy, 2811 Browne 94,830
Mrs. E. D. Perrln, 3120 X. 47th. ... 11,660
Ben Ferrell. 3410 N. 24th 11,540
Mrs. F. E. Waters, 3621 X. ISth 11,120
DISTRICT -NO. 5.
Will Include all the territory in the
state of lowu outside the city of
Council Bluffs and the Manawa dis
One $1,115.00 Maxwell, one $300.00
B. & L. Deposit and one $100.00 K.
Si I.. Deposit will be awarded in this
Myrtle Rogers, Pertival
Hnrlen Klutis. Moiuluinln . . . .'.
Mrs. Nettle Bai helder, River
John Gillette, Atlantic
U1en U. Sillik, Missouri Valle
O. J. Atkins Xenla
Marion Caughell. Carson
Ruth Knight. Glenwood
Betty Eairelt, Malvern
Rev. O. B. Baumaii. Minden.
Mrs. Blllie Iwen. Schleswig...
June Ovlalt. Shenandoah
Mrs. Ona Johnson, I'ac. Jet.
George W. Moore, Bartlett. . .
Membership Entry Blank
The Omaha Bee Help Yourself Club
..(Mr., Mrs. or Miss) V
Street No Dist. No
City '. State
As a member of The Help Yourself Club
This nomination blank will count' for 5,000 votes if sent
to tha manager of the H. Y. S. Club. Only one blank will
count for a member. Fill out this blank with your name or
the name of your favorite and send it to The Bee. The nsine
of the person making the nomination will . not be divulged.
.1. H. Domingo,' Weeping Water. ., ,22,980
1 W. If. Hoeretmann. Fremont 95,500
I. X. Warrick. Blair 96.400
Louise Figenbaum, Springfield. .... .45,460
unite McMillan. Shelby.. ,...-37,640
Win. Andrews. Bellwood 36,090
A'ivlan lce, David City 80.150
W. L. Scott, Osceola. ...52,970
B. 0. Wilde, 823 S. 8. Norfolk 48.290
I A. M. Sanders. Flattsmouth 9C400
F. L. Brown, Schuyler 97.1 fiO
Helen M. Wynkoop. Central City 95.400
J. Havlland. Norfolk 36,350
Floyd Buchanon, Silver Creek 95.870
Henry .T. llaynes, Octavla... 43.510
Sam Davles. Wayne . 95.680
R. V. Kennedy. Tekamah.... 96.560
Joe Krajicek, Arlington 50.890
Fred Bqss. 1566 24th Ave., Colunibus.48,160
Klmer Nordland, Columbus 77.480
i). P. Hill. Genoa 84.790
Henrietta Miller. Oakland .98.780
W. C. Halxey, Oakdale 97.450
Clifford Cunningham, Wahoo 39.980
Herman Buhk, Beemer 59,160
Herman A. Momann, Klkhorn 43.080
Fred T. Wlgington, Schuyler 97,730
Gordon Smith. Lyon 40,860
DISTRICT NO. 7.
Will include the following counties In
the state ot Nebraska: Otoe. Nemaha,
Richardson, Pawnee. Johnson,' liagc.
Lancaster. Seward. Saline, Jefferson,
Thayer. Fillmore, York, Hamilton.
Clay. Nuckolls. Webster and Adams.
One $1,115,011 Maswell. one $200.00
R. L. Deposit and one $100,011 B.
I.. Deposit will be awarded in tbis
A. K. Pratt. Tobias
William McKervcr. Vordova
Rev. H. B. K. Hill, Table Rock .
Mrs. Chas. Fowler, Nebraska City
Mrs. W. A. Hunt, Red Cloud
Alfred BnoUwalter, Pawnee City ..
Vada Parker, RockforU
Lola Hosford, Seward
Mrs. C. D. Itllcy, Tei umsch
Emma Krutz, Deshler
DISTRICT NO. .
Will include all territory in Ihe state
of Nebraska not Included in Districts
Number 41 and 7. also territory lu (South
Dakota. Kansas and Colorado.
One $1,115.00 Maxwell, one $200.00
B. ft I.. Deposit nnd nne $100.00 B. &
I.. Deposit will be awarded In this
Mrs. Olis Wolford. Clay Center 9,S29
Thomas Foster, Beaver Crossing ...61,260
Gladys Saylor, Bruning 37,40
Hattie Stables, Carlcton .....57.960
F.leanor Shoff. Fairbury 63.870
George Whitesell, Kenesaw 47,760
Mrs. Lydia Wolfskill. Superior 00.210
Frank C. Bruning. Mtlford 38,250
Mrs. W. L. Chapman, Glltmr 52.170
Raymond L. Oosson. Hastings 79.820
Mrs. R. Anderson. 1324 H. Lincoln. .49,980
Mrs.,R. F. Jordon. Tork- . : ....49.210
Mrs. Marie Morris. Hebron 38,460
Tlllle Nolte. Auburn, R. 2 54.720
Mrs. Mark Hall, Auburn .,...'.....98.960
Robert Moore, Nelson 58.720
Lee Parriott. Peru 73.820
Will Brookley, Edgar 49,760
Mrs. Dean Kite. Auburn ,.97. 310
Velva, Bair. Fairmont ...99.270
Vera Grosshaus, Sutton ....47,960
Margaret Ahrens. Fails City 99.860
Mrs. Thomas Brower. R. 1, Geneva. .48,960
Agnes Krasomil. Aurora 99.600
Gail Parson. Humboldt ..62.520
IT. S. Helnie. Scoltsbluff
W. B. Shelton, Fusion..-
Martin Xielson, Dannehrog
Diyk Pullman. Sargent
Mrs. Merle Spotts. Imperial
Mao Dick Cambridge
Mrs. P. s. Copelaml. Bridgeport..
Mrs. C. M. Taylor. Benkelman . . . . ,
Hilda Jacobson, Arapahoe
J. E. Williams. Alliance
Mrs. Margaret Milligan, Arnold...
Sitrna Peterson. Eddyvillo
Oscar Peterson, Sumner
Bert Brownell. Chappell
P J. Minner. 109 W. 5th. Grand I.
Mrs. A. K. Callahan. C.ering. . . . . ,
I'r. D. A. RundHtrom. Curtis
Mrs. Walter Borden. Gordon
Mrs. Berthu A. F.ber. Kirk
W. K. Harriss. Beruand '
Mrs. Grace Redfelt, Minden
Georgo Gardner. Bavard....
Melba Philbrlck. Ord
C. B. Dosset. Axtell '.,
I Wm. Halsey. Lebanon
I Fern Gates. SInmford
Mra. Kmil Steinke. Holdrege
Mrs. Clay Funston. Ogallala
I A. Jl. Lee. .19 N. Locum, x. Platte. .
Blanche Myers. Sutherland....
."re. .m. noaeerans, .luieshurtf? Colo
C. H. Blackburn. Mitchell.
Fern Belts. Franklin
Mrs. Ray Ralhbun. Haves Center!
Philip Merrier. Campbell . .
K. t Mc.Kak, St. Paul
Kdward Norlander. Keystone...!.!
Rutli Walsh. Shelton
Mrs. Robert Smith. Ord ....!!
Mrs. Ina B. llarshburgcr Oconto.,
Harvey Thompson. Ravenna
Helen Loomis. Gibbon
Albert P. Powers. Greeley.
t. r i. .. f ........
, . . . ..n:i .-iiAie. nunven ,
J. K. Hopkins. 604 W. 4th, Grand l!
Walter T. Shaw, Franklin :..
Mrs. J. A. Onlntor. Rrulo
William F. Bernaeli. Loup Cit. .!"
Hazel Farrell. Gothenburg
Mrs. Grai'f Murray. Blooniington. !
Mrs. J. Mcintosh. Cosad
Luclle JohiiFnn. Orleans ,..!
Harry G. Selk. Scotia
Hannah Simmons. Mason city
H. H. Stevens. North Platte
Rlanrhe Dakan. Beaver City
Mrs. K. C. Dlllnian. Broken How..
Campaign Closes June 25th, 1921
The' Omaha Bee
Help Yourself Club
Not good after May 23, 1921. Must be voted or
mailed on or before expiration date.
10 FREE VOTES FOR
EVERY SUBSCRIBER IS ENTITLED TO VOTES WHEN MAKING A
Oive your renewal to some present club member, or nominate a new member.
Your renewal will give some member a helping hand in the race.
If your community is not actively represented, send your renewal direct to the H. Y.
S. Club of The Omaha Bee, giving the name of the club member to whom you wish your
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THE OMAHA BEE "Help ; Yourself Club," Omaha, Neb.
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OFFICE OF THE "HELP YOURSELF CLUB"
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.Office Opens at 9 a. m. Phone Atlantic 1000
In order to insure accuracy, a Burroughs Adding Machine it used in tabulating the votes.
. . .Dist. Xo.
Good for 10 fres votes when sent to the 11. Y. S. Club on or
before above date. No coupon will be transferred to another
after being received at the office of The Bee.
Howard St., bet. 15th and 16th
Howard Between 15th & 16th
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