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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921.
Tells of Fight
To Cut Southern
R. B. Howell, -Back From
Capital, Says Reduction
Made by Committeemen
Totals 40 Per Cent.
R. B. Howell, republican national
committeeman (or Nebraska, re
turned yesterday from Washington
and dictated the following statement
on his mission to the national capi
"Anyone who goes to Washington
md trios to accomplish anything in
connection with a department finds
that it takes an interminable time to
"Of course in the case of my recent
visit, the meeting of the subcommit
tee on southern representation of the
national committee consumed a full
week. The results in this case, while
not all that I could wish, were of a
distinctly progressive nature. The
fight to reduce southern representa
tion began as the result of the con
vention of 1912 and in 1913 I served
on the subcommittee that brought
about a reduction at that time of
something over 22 per cent. This
reduction, together with that of the
national committee last week, makes
a total of 40 per cent reduction in a
relative way of southern delegations
in conventions as compared with
Reduction of Seven.
"The actual reduction made last
week was seven in the case of South
Carolina, reducing its .representation
to four in the next convention. This
state cast but 2.240 votes for Hard
in in the last election. Were the
r other republicans of the country
. . .1 . . ! .
icjjicsnucu in mc iica.i .un vciuivn 111
the same proportion, there would be
150,000 delegates in all.
"The delegation from Mississippi
was reduced from 12 to 4, the state
having cast 10,000 votes for Hard
ing in the last election; in other
words, the basis of representation in
the last convention, with 10,000 re
publican votes in- Mississippi a
state that was hopelessly democratic
would have equalled the influence
of the 300,000 republicans in Michi
gan. "On the same basis of representa
tion, the republicans in Nebraska
could fill every scat in the next na
tional convention and then have 200
delegates waiting outside.
Cut From 17 to 10.
"Georgia was also reduced from
17 to 10. However, the great gain
was made in finally breaking away
from the theory that each congres
sional district was entitled to one
vote, whether it cast any republican
votes or not. It has been this theory
that has been the stumbling block
in the past and I think now it is
finally relegated to the scrap heap.
"It seemed to be the view of stme
that this cuts down representation of
the npcrro vote in the. south. An a
matter of fact,1 it was the so-called
lily-whites that were chiefly making"
the fight to maintain representation
irf southern states.
Homes Where Children Mav
Be Boarded Are Sought
Wanted Temporary homes, in
private families, in which to board
children in whose .families adverse
The Rev. R. B. Ralls of the Ne
braska Children's Home society is
sues the appeal.
The children's board will be paid,
"Many children are . in need of
home care because of s,udden cir
cumstancesillness, insanity or
death of . parents," he explained.
"There is no place to take these chil
dren, only institutions, whose care is
not as desirable as family life for
The Children's Home society will
investigate all applications and su
perintend the children's stay in such
homes. ' -
'Swat Flies' and 'Cut Weeds
First Orders of Dr. A. S. Pinto
Swat the flies 1 i
Cut the weeds! ,
Those were the first .cquests made
by Dr. A. S. Pinto, health commis
sioner, who began his official du
ties yesterday morning. .
"VVe are starting in .vith the hope
and expectation that there will be
hearty . co-operation between the
public and the health department
This department will strive toward a
cleaner and healthier Omaha. . We
know that cleanliness leads to health
ful conditions. To begin with, I will
ask everybody to swat the flies nd
to cut the weeds. .
Man Who Shot Wife Held,
No Counsel to Defend Him
Without counsel or friend Harry
McCauley, who shot his wife through
the back at the Rialto theater last
Saturday, was held to the district
court by Judge Wappich. Bonds
were fixed at $5,000,
McCauley after he pleaded not
guilty waived preliminary examina
tion. "I shot her for good reasons,"
McCauley stated s he was taken to
The condition of Mrs. Myrtle Mc
Cauley showed no improvement, at
tendants at the Wise Memorial hos
pital stated today. , . "
Central High Cadet Camp at
Vallev Ready for Visitors !
Today fs visiting day at the
Omaha Central High school cadet
camp at Valley. A special train
leaves Union station t 9 a. m. and
will leave camp for the return trip at
7:15 p. m. The automobile road be
tween Elkhorn and Valley is closed,
motorists being advised to keep
straight west on the Dodge road,
cross the bridge southwest of Elk
horn and continue on the southwest
side of the river and railroad. They
should turn west one mile this side
of Waterloo. Visitors mnst carry
their own lunches to camp.
Montagu Tanc'ock Gets Post
In Associated Ad Clubs
Montagu A. Tancoclc, manager of
the bureau of publicity of the Om
ha Chamber of Commerce, has been
elected vice president of the com
munity advertising department of the
Associated Advertising Clubs cf the
World at their convention, which is
being held in Atlanta, Oa, this week.
Infants of Poor
Suffer on City's
' Heat Wave Days
Cool, Soothing Milk Furnished
Through The Bee'a Milk
and Ice Fund Furnishes
Introducin May Collins, a shining
light in filmland who is reported to
be engaged to Charles Chaplin.
Miss Collins has played leading
parts in several recent releases by
She met Chaplin several years ago
while watching him perform some
of his "hit and run" escapades. . .
Grand William Farnurn in "'The
Hamilton Douglas MacLean in
"V!.t's Your Husband Doing?"
Hobart Bosworth is working on
his picture, "Renunciation."
Marie Prevost is playing opposite
Hoot Gibson at Universal.
Grace Darmond has just complet
ed her work in "Handle With
Care," a forthcoming production.
She expects to got east soon.
Reginald Barker, well-known di
rector, is scriouslv considering pro
ducing independently, it is rumored.
Charles Murray will no longer be
seen in Sennett comedies, having re
cently left the latter.
Ruth Stonehouse .is playing op
posite Tom Santschi.
Sun Viola Dana in "The Little
Pirate." . ..
Rialto Elsie Ferguson in '5a-
rrpA anrt Prnfans Love."
Strand Thomas Meighan in "The
Citv of Silent Men."
Moon Jane Novak in "Kazan,"
Empress "Extravagance," fea
turing Mav Allison.
.Muse "The Ghost in the Gar
Man Walking Out
Bet Arrives Here
Chicagoan Who Lost Wager on
I Election "Hoofing It" to
W B'. Martin, Chicago business
man, made an election bet. He was
s trong for - Mayors Thompson - and
backed that gentleman's ticket in
the recent Chicago election. ;
Yesterday Mr. Martin arrived irf
Omaha on foot. He must walk to
the Pacific coast by way of Omaha,
Denver and Sante Fe, according to
terms of the bet he lost. He coaxed
M. J. Gallucci to come along as his
. Incidentally, Mr. Martin found
downtown hotels full of convention
visitors when he arrived yesterday.
But he was determined to have a
Rood bed to sleep in. So he trudged
out to the Blackstone where he
found accommodations for the night
The Chicago man admits his trip
across Iowa was not so good. "Too
much mud," he declared. .
This is Mr. Martin's second Jong
hike. Two years ago he walked
from Chicago to New York.- That
also was on a bet he lost '
The ."tie-ticket" travelers will
leave- this morning for the west.
Masons and Eastern Star
At Syracuse Both Install
Syracuse, Neb., June ' 16. (Spe
cial.) The Masons and Eastern Star
orders here held joint installation of
their officers in tlje presence of the
members and their families. The
officers of the Eastern Star installed
ate: Mrs. Mollie Schroeder, W; N.
Hunter, Mrs. Ella Bell, Mrs. Estella
DeKay, Mrs. Lenora Wiles, Mrs.
Zaydia Hancock and Mrs. Elinor
The officers of the Masonic lodge
installed were: Paul W. King, Edwin
F. Andrews; Willard .Stong, Louis
S. Fallers, William N. Hunter, El
mer DeKay, Ferd H. 'Reuter and
Warren A. France.
School Principal Will Be
Retired Despite Protest
, Mrs. Agnes M. Harrison, princi
pal of Farnam school, will be re
tired from the teaching force despite
petitions being circulated by patrons
of the school, Superintendent Bever
idge announced .yesterday. Mrs.
Harrison has - taught in Omaha
schools for 40 years. She has been
at Farnam school for 26 years." ,
Omaha's recent heat wave was
'close to breaking June records.
Everyone suffered from the humidity,
but none probably was affected to
the degree as infants in the city. .
Babies in Omaha there are whose
home's are large and roomy,' whose
lawns are shaded by luxuriant trees
and whose little bodies are kept as
coot as human care can make' them.
But babies there are, also, whose
little homes are not so comfortable,
whose parents are pressed by
financial stringency, and whose suf
fering from the heat is almost un
believable in this day and age of
Milk Is Iced.
There's a Visiting Nurses as
sociation in Omaha which takes
care of these babies sees that they
get cool, soothing milk iced
through funds furnished by The Bee's
free milk and ice subscriptions.
And in" the .years this fund has
been maintained, the nurses' associa
tion has come to depend on it for
the'relief of these tiny bits of' hu
manity who have no control over
their present sufferings. t
No Overhead Expense.
There is no overhead expense to
this fund, no salaries to be paid to
workers, every cent goes toward the
relief of these babies. Contribu
tions are acceptable from 10 cents to
$5. They are acknowledged in this
column as follows:
Previously acknowledied ........... (90.00
C. C. K 8.00
Geo'ge W. Johnston 5.00
C. G. Tldd 5.0U
Albert White, Former
Omaha Banker, Dies
At Oklahoma City
Albert S. W.hite, 47, former Omaha
banker, died suddenly of heart dis
ease in Oklahoma City, Okl., yes
terday, according to word received
here todav. He was living tempo
rarily in Oklahoma City while or
ganizing a trust company.
Mr. White was well known in
Onifha. He organized the State
Bank of Omaha and served as vice
president for three years. He grad
uated from the University of Ne
biaska law school. He was for
three years student manager of ath
letics at the university and while
serving in this position he obtained
the services of Sam Crawford as
foot bail coach. Under White and
Crawford Nebraska won its first
Missouri Valley championship.
Mr. White was elected justice of
the peace on the South Side shortly
after he left the university. Later he
went -into the banking business
He is survived by his wife, who
was with him at the time of his
death, and a son, in school in Cali
Brief City News
Birth Rate First 5 Months
Of Year Shows Big Jump
Omaha is growing, according to
the birth records in the health de
partment Total births for the first five
months of this year was 2,087, an in
crease of 281 over the corresponding
period of last year. Each month
this year has shown an increase
over . the corresponding month of
Total deaths first five months of
this year, 1,276; first five months
last year, 1,390.
Supervises Violin Classes John T.
Reagan, violinist, is voluntary teach
er and supervisor of the violin
classes at the Omaha social settle
ment. ' Held on "Dope" Charge Barney
Kinserllngr, arraigned yesterday be
fore United States Sommissioner
Boehler, was held for the federal
Krand jury, charged with selling
dope, on a $500 bond. '
Seek Trio Police are searching
for two men and a woman who to'ok
Alice McGill. 17. 1602 North Thirty
fourth street, out in an automobile
and are alleged to have mistreated
her. She is in St. Luke"s hospital.
Wlrt'less Sleuthing Chief of Po
lice Dempsey sent to 12 cities by
wireless notification of the of far. of
$600 reward for the burglars who
stole $12,000 worth of oriental rugs
from the Corte-Alrous-Hunt estab
lishment Tuesday night.
Club to Hold-Picnic The O'Neill
(Neb.) club , will hold its annual
picnic at Ha'nscom park Saturday
afternoon. The club, composed of
former residents of O'Neill, , has a
membership of about 250 persons.
Athletic games and a picnio. lunch
Negro Holdup E. A. King, 2414
Chicago street, and Miss MaryWSast
man, 3030 Cass street, were held up
near the girl's home while return
ing from a show. Wednesday -night.
The robber escaped after obtaining
$18 from King and a diamond ring
from the girL
Practically the entire port of
Buenos Aires is tied up, due to the
refusal of workers to remain on duty
with non-union workers. '
Bus Driver Arrested After
Boy Killed in Accident
Des Moines, June 16. (Special
Telegram.) Leonard Smith, bus
driver, was arrested here today
charged with manslaughter as .- re
sult of an auto accident last night
in which Ralph Bradford, 16, was
killed. The bus, heavily loaded, was
returning from the big Shrine con
clave festivities and Bradford was
riding on a fender. In attempting
to pass a street car the bus over
turned and Bradford was almost in
Equalization Board Hears
Only City Assessments
Numerous persons who sat for two
or three hours in the session of the
board of equalization yesterday
found that the present board has no
power to adjust county or city real
"We are sitting only to consider
1921 county and 1922 citv assess
ments," said Charles Unitt of the
board. "We have no power at this
session to make any changes on as
sessments of either city or county
"HELP YOURSELF CLUB"
The present extra vote offer of 50,000 extra votes for $25.00 in
subscription payments between June 6 and Juno 13 is the only offer
of extra votes to be made during the remainder of the campaign. For
each dollar over the $25.00 sent in during this period you will be given
! 2,000 additional votes. i
This'final offer open Monday June 6th and closes Saturday June
! 18th at 10 p. m. During the final week of the campaign no extra votes
j will be given. Nothing but the regular scale of votes will be In force.
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The highest published standing today is less than 1,226,000 votes.
In "The Brat" Miss Theodore. Warfleld,
leading woman of the Princes Players at
the Brandels, la giving her Omaha friend
an opportunity to see her In an enUrely
different type of part than any aha ha
played In Omaha. It la a highly emo
tional role and requires an actress of
ability to play It. The Brat" laugh one
minute and crle the next. She le a
child, but aha '"svea with the devotion of
a woman and makes' a woman'a aacrlflce
for the man she loves: Miss Warfleld
Is giving a marvelou performance of 'The
Brat." Her acting thia week will never
be forgotten by those who see her in this
play. .. i , '
The Densmor sister and Loa How
land, former musical comedy favorite,
are featured on the new vaudeville show
opening at tho Empress yesterday, in an
offering which they .call "Harmony."
Their act la replete with harmony sing
ing, dancing, Including an impersonation
of Frisco's famous dance, and a touch
of comedy. A bewildering offering la that
of George L. Grave A Co.. under the
raptlon of "Woman of a Thousand Se
crete." The act Is a decidedly distinct
novelty. Brady Mahoney, who call
thamaelve the "Nonsensical Navigator
Who Offer a Voyage on the Ocean of
Fun," are a pair of comedian of the
nut variety. Their la an original act In
which the element of surprise predom
inates. A program of fancy aharp-ahootlng
Is presented by Roel Rifle Cm. Ml
Rifle demonstrate her right to be called
Asa M at i n a 1 , B a ffi g e r
"There is one problem in American life for which I forsee no solution. It is the
race problem, the negro question." These words of Grover Cleveland are recalled by
. the Louisville Courier-Journal in its editorial discussion of the sudden and appalling flare
up of mob fury and race hatred in Tulsa. In this Oklahoma city, which according to
. one of its journals "has the highest per-capita wealth of any city in the world," the rumor
that a colored boy was to be lynched brought a crowd of armed negroes to the jail to pre
vent it. With the white mob and the black confronting one another, somebody fired a shot,
and the result was a pitclied battle with' scores of casualties, the burning of the city's negro
; section; and the addition, as . the New York Evening Post remarks of "a ghastly chapter to
the record of national disgrace."
THE LITERARY 'DIGEST, in this week's issue dated. June 18th presents the edi
. torial opinions of newspapers, including the negro press, published in all sections of the
country upon the Oklahoma riot It shows the causes that' animate such outbreaks, the
remedies suggested to prevent them, and the effect that the reports of them have in the eyes
of foreign nations. ,. . '
Other important and interesting articles. in this number of THE DIGEST are:'
Haiti Charges Us With Misrule
Flood-Swept Pueblo (Illustrated)
Huge National Loss From Waste
Constantinople. The Russo-Turkish
Goal : J- '
Election Scandals in China
Bolshevism's Fatal Defect r
Chinese Fears of a Pacific War
A British Call For Radicalism
Wax Worth Millions From Weeds
Anthrax in Shaving Brushes
The Hen that Changed Color
When and When Not to Be a Doctor
Why Dogs Chase Things
The French Chef in the Royal
The Jangled Nerves of Art
Abbot Thayer, the "Father of
The Church and "Social Revolution'1
To End War by Teaching Love
Our Joyous Charity Stumps Britain
The "Little Presbyterian Elder" in
The Bright Side of Peonage, by a
. Man on the Spot
"Docking" the Air Liner of the Future
Best of the Current Poetry
Topics of the Day
DISTRICT NO. I
Will Include all territory Inside the
City limit of Omaha eouth of Paelfle
treet. wei of tho river to Seventy
second street. Including Ralston, Belle
vne, Cor Crook and Avery.
One $1,115.00 Maxwell, on ftog.M
B, 4 L. Deposit and one t00. B.
A L. Deposit will be awarded la this
Henry Furet. 3205 W ?'!;S'5'J
Ernest Herr.gron, 2015 S. ?th.-.223.C56
TJ. W 'sin. 2619 S. 23rd 1,222,10
Norman Lewis. 19J2 S. !th. .. .1,221.
a- XT n.,,1, 11(1? Parte Ave. ...1.207.8
, . ' . 4114 u'.I.ht 1. 143. COO
Mrs. i D. Hawsrth, 1776 8. th. .1,167.890
Mr. C. A. Kauth, 1822 Bancroft, 980,840
L. A. Speitzer. 662S 8. 23rd 928,410
a. rrhAmaM AaIva 911 T Ht 869.090
Mr.' T N Williams. 3608 8. 23rd. 838.860
Mr. Pearl Btarkey 4826 Poppleton, 682,480
H. Hakenholz, 2823 Monroe 689,810
HI.. T W. Ifnlln. 1338 S. Slat. ... 562.790
O. H. Evan. 4550 S. 40th 520,820
Iva Slegal, 1724 Dorcas 403,480
Mr. Ella Dostel. 2300 8. 14th.... 383. 840
Tnhn KnAl! II I A FArmit AVA 318.740
J. I,, fleecroft. 4536 S. 18th 236,990
Mrs. C. A. Christiansen. 623 Cedar. 216.830
Mr. Anna Ruppert. 2014 Martha.. 164.170
DISTRICT NO, t
. Will Include all territory inside the
elty limits of Omaha and on, and
north of Paelfle street, west of the
river to Eighty-third etreet and far
north a Maple etreet.
One fl.HB.OO Maxwell, one 9200.00
B. I. Denoelt and one 1100.00 B.
L. Deposit will be swarded In tola
O-.fT. Hendee. 4204 Burdette.. . .1,225.610
Mr. Marie Coulter, 3009 Harney, 1,224,780
Mrs. M. L.. Vosbure. 2664 Douglas 1.228.210
Mrs. W. Whlteaker. 4804 Dodge. 1,222,700
Ralph N. Pratt, 602 S. 28th 1,222.000
Mrs. C. J. Hubbard, 3804 Farnam 1,221.860
Mr. A. E. Waack, 2222 Howard. .1.220.640
Mr. Anne Marlnelll, 858 S. 21st, 1.219.960
I.oule J. Schafer. 112 N. 2th. .. .1,219,880
R. VE. Holbrook. 355S Pacific. .. .1,219,310
E. ft. White. 667 S. 33rd 1.219.310
C. F. Rloeson. jr.. 4906 Cumins. .1,218,670
Mrs. Emily Winner, 119 N. 20th. '.1,217,690
A. Hicks, 2716 Miami 1,215,770
Kluye B.. Morell, 644 S. 25th Ave. 1,196.410
Harold Anderson, 3116 Marcy 1,176,700
Dr. Frank a. Smith. Blackstone, 1.150,730
Desele D. Harrop, 2667 Douglas. .l,v)87,620
C. B. Hyde. 3830 Seward 1,087,300
Rev. N. C. Hansen. 171-1 N. 25th. .994,920
Mildred Plank, 2714 Burt 773,420
Phinas Wintroub. l'324 Howard. .659.510
Mrs. B. N. Clauson, 4809 Under'd, 656,480
a J. Wright, 2310 Howard.... 621,960
A. D. Klein. 1r.. 4806 Dodre. .... .676.680
Mrs. C. M. Tomondl, 4507 Charles, 627,730
C. A. Weir. 1915 Charles. 466.710
J. K. Mcintosh, 4160 Chicago. ... ..239,650
Harold Neilson, 4316 Seward. .....144,960
Many Striking Illustrations, Including Humorous Cartoons
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DISTRICT NO. 9.
. Will Include nil territory Inside the
city limit of Omaha oa and north of
Maple street, west of the river to
Eighty-third (treet and north to 8ar
geant .treet. Including Florence and
the Carter Lake district.
One 91.115.00 Maxwell, one $700.00
B. & L. Deposit and on $100.00 .
L. Deposit will be awarded la til
Mono Harris, 2954 N. 47th Ave. 1,226,690
Mr. W. Davis, 3929 Flor. Blvd. 1,224.660
Leo Daniels, 3302 Maple 1,223,960
W. E. Stutenroth. 2156 Camden. .1,221,860
Mrs. Tom Rodebaugh (ISO Mer'th 1,120,168
Mrs. R. Tedesco, 2989 Lin. Blvd., 1,083,330
Mr. A. Dangel, 6225 Flor. Blvd., 1,065,470
Violet Brotchle, 6020 Flor. Blvd., 1,043.660
Mrs. Harry Rogers, 8611 N. 29th, 990,060
O. J. Emery, 2564 Pratt 778,140
Edna Lawrenaon, 7711 N. 28th Ave 735.T40
Mrs. Oust Kranti, 7301 Maple.... 614,780
A. L. Frederick. 2558 Wnitmore, 496,600
Mr. J. M. 8treeter, 400S N. 34th, 493.900
C. Hall. 2879 Vane 268,500
H. Chrlstansen, 6904 Minn Lusa. .232,750
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Will Inelsde all territory tn the elty
of Conncll Bluffs, Including the Mana
One fl.lU.00 Maxwell, one KOO.0O' B.
Ik Deposit and one (100.00 B. 4k I
Deposit will be awarded la tbl district.
Mr. M. A. Smith, 2104 Ave. D..1
Anna Ward. 1006 5th Avt 1,
Gertrude Sullivan. 81 Ave. B..1,
Mrs. Iva M. Ford, 305 8. 16th.. 1,
A. W. Oelger, Jr., 428 Damon....
Dorothy Lenihan, 551 Harrison.
R. P. Bolin. 2003 4th Ave
Mrs. Ada McLaughlin, 190S 3d Ave
Ray Wilcox. 620 Voorhls.
Mrs. Wm. J. Ryan, 2026 Ave. A.
R. D. Edwards. 2310 Ave C......
Mrs. Peter Jenmn, Oakland Ct....
Bertha Zobel, 726 Ave E.
DISTRICT VO. 5.
f Win helnde all the territory la the
Mate of Iowa ontslde the elty of
Council Bluff, and the Manawa dis
trict. On 1,11S.0 Maiwell, one ft 00.00
? . J D'Pw't and one 1 100.00 B.
L. Deposit will be awarded In tha
Merle Andreas, Oakland 1,225,620
Harlan Klutts, Mondamln 1,224,620
Nellie J. Sollednr, Thurman 911,480
Bert Graham, R. 1, Logan 871,660
Haiel Donaldson, Avoca 857 770
Rev. O. B. Bauman. Mlnden 849.901
Mr. Nettle Batcheldon, Rlverton.. 814.420
airs. o. it. jarrerson. Woodbine... .802,440
jun irviaii, snenmnoan. . .
Betty Eacrett. Malvern...
June Beaver, Harlan
Ruth Knight, Glenwood....
Olenn C. Silllck, Miasourl Valley
O. J. tklna. Nenla.
Leona ..-.mann, Persia ....
Gladys Mayls, Harlan
Geo. W. Moore, Bartlett. . . . .
Fred Tanks, Avoca
Mr. Belle Iwen, Schlewlg.,
Marion Caughell, Carson....
Myrtle Rogers. Perclval
Opal Snyder, Randolph
T. J. Comer, Missouri Valley 226.410
What you want as a club member
I. votes, a votee only win prize.
Subscription turned in this week will
eern 2,000 more vote per dollar than
they will at any later time in the cam
paign. Final special offer doee Sat.
urday night, June 18, at 10 p. m.
Will Include the follnwlnc counties la
the state of Nebraska i Ca, Sarpy,
Dougiaa (outside the elty of Omaha),
Saunders, Dodge, Washington, Bart,
Cuming. Thurston. Dakota, Dixon.
One 91,115.0 Maxwell, one 9206.00
B. ft L. Deposit and on 9100.40 B.
l Deposit mill be awarded la this
Mrs. Lulu Owen. Ashland 1
V. H. Hoerstmann. Fremont. ...1
E. F. Cushman, Kennard 1
Mrs. Archis Roberts, No. Bend..l
Mabel Braida, West Point..,...!
R. V. Kennedy, Tekamah 1
Herman A. Homann, Elkhorn....!
O. C. Hohack. Nehawka.
Jens Jensen, Lyons
Frank Pallas, Pender
Ed R. Horak. Winnebago..
Alvln F. Barton, Lyons ,
Zetta Lower, Valparaiso ,
Jessie B. Kays. WtinCr
Anna Blumm, Bcribner
Donald Waugh, R, 8. Valley
Nellie Dwyer. Colon
Henrietta Miller, Oakland
Mrs. John Huebner. R. 3
Mildred K. Johnson. Mead.....
Emma Fridstrom. Oakland
A. M. Sanders, Pfatismouth ,
Herman Buhk, Beeww. ......... .
J. H. Domingo, Weeping Water...
Josephine Ketchmark, Ft. Calhoun
Mrs. Cbas. Andrews. Arlington....
Cedrlc Anderson, Wuhoo. .
Mrs. P. E. Buck, Fremont ,
Beesle B. Krajlrek. Arlington.....
I. N. Warrick. Blair
Mrs. G. B. Darling, Hooper
DISTRICT NO. 7.
Win Include the following counties m
the state of Nebraska: Otoe. Nemaha,
Richardson, Pawnee, NJohnon, Gage,
Lancaster, Seward, Saline. Jefferson.
Thayer. Fillmore, York, Hamilton.
Clay, Nneknlla. Webster and Adam.
One 91.115 00 Maxwell, one (300.09
B. ft L. Deposit and one 9100.00 B. A
L. Deposit will be awarded la thi
R. W. Matln, Tobla. 1.225.166
S. D. Long, Cowles .1,224,966
E. E. Holmes, Inland.... 1,223,994
Margsret Aheras. Falls City. .. .1.222.690
Mrs. B. F. Gordon, York 1,221,790
Mrs, Otl Wolford, Clay Center. .1.201,996
Mrs. Mark Hall, Auburn ..1,002,810
Raymond L. Croaeon, HastlngB. . . .949,960
Eleanor Shoff. Falrbury.. 892,970
Tllllo Nolle, R. 2, Auburn. 798,66f
Mr. Thomas Brower, Geneva. . .731,860
Mrs. Chas. Fowler. Neb. City ... .731,616
George Whltsell, Kenesaw 694,676
Vera Grosahaue. Sutton 666,716
Mrs. Lydla Wolfskin, . Superior. .. .644.986
Emma Krutx, 'Deshler 618,386
Velva Balr, Fairmont.... 567.294
Mrs.-B, Anderson. 1824 H, Lincoln. 646.460'
Jewell Howard. Lincoln.., 619,006
Mrs. Dean Kite, Auburn 443,436
Lola Hosford, Seward.... ...412.844
Mrs. C. P. Riley, Tecumseh. .... ...264.608
Delma Harp, Belvedere 200.270
Fred A. Johns, Davenport.... 6,000
DISTRICT NO. 8.
Will Include aU territory In the state
of Nebraska not included in Districts
Number 6 and 7, also tearltory In South
Dakota. Kansa and Colnradn.
One 91.115.00 Maxwell, one 9200.00
B. ft L. Deposit and one 9100.00 B. ft
I. Depo.lt will be awarded In this
C. O. Jones, Hyannls 1.225.760
Andy Stone, Wood River 1.224.190
A. R. Lee, 119 Locust, No. Platte, 1.223,880
Elizabeth E. Falrchild. Lemoyne. 1,223.954
Tho. Warder. Maryville ...1,221,586
Bert Brownell, Chappell........ 1,220,444
Fern Gates, Stamford 1,219,960
Wm. Halsey, Lebanon ..1.169,194
Harriet Edwards, Scottsbluff. ...1,103,104
J. P. Mlnner, 109 W. 6th, Gr. Is. 1,438,670
Melba Phllhrick, Ord 1,009,746
Mra. Fred Collum, Arnold. ...... .1,001,974
Hazel Farrell, Gothenburg. ...... .866,766
Mrs. J. A. Quinton, Brule 932 994
E. G. Nialey. Lexington 936 996
Mra. E. flteinlt. NnMr... i baa
Mrs. K. C. Dtllman, Broken Bow..'896,74.
jirsi n. J. Mcintosh, Qozad. ...... .887. 804
Mr. T p.l.k.t.( ... ..a
J. F. Schwalgeer, North Platte. .. .861.194
M. . Hostetler, Shelton.. 781,594
P. C. McKenzte. Burwell 695,904
Dr. C. H. Blackburn, Mitchell 638.484
Lunlle Johnson, Orleans 8H4.494
Blanche Mayers. Sutherland 560.47';
MrS. A. TC rfallfthnn P.toln. RCA ,JI
Martin Nielsen, Dannebrog. . ..v. .539.396
Oym Clyde. O'Neill 620 461
Harry K. Selk, Scotln 601 846 "
w. &. iiarris, ttertrand 48,970
Hazel Trundel, Sumner. ......... .416.986
Mra jiay Funstou, Ogailala..i... .412.704
C. B. Domett, Axtell..m!!mX!l80s!l94
Vera rv.rlev rull.w.v . a n ,
Wm. McKeevee. Cordova!!!!246!28
Helen Hammond. Valentine 245.904
H. B. Van Busk Irk. Mullen -.254,10
Anna Randall. Long Pine 231,494-
R. I. T)unn. Jtrh iva t. .... u Mi r,n
Wm. F. Beranek. Loup City . . 1 1 1 Il70lsi0
DISTRICT NO. V
Will Include the following counties tn
the state of Nebraska : Butler, Polk,
Merrick, Nance. Piatt. Colfax, Stanton,
Madison, Boone, Antelope, Pteroe
Wayne, Cedar and Knox.
One 91,115.00 Maxwell. ore 9200.00
B. ft I Deposit and one 9100.00 B.
ft I Deposit will be awarded III this
W. C. Halsey, Oakdale 1,225,934
Josephine Newton, Osceola 1.224,804
Floyd Buchanan, Silvercreek. ...1,221,194
Mrs. Wade Prultt. Humphrey. .. .1,321.764
D. P. Hill. Genoa .....1,221,790
F. L. Brown, Schuyler .....1,231.580
Ida Ruther. Stanton 1,220,634
Helen Wynkoop. Central City.. 1,119,804
A. E. Stafford. Rising City. .. ...1.067,790
E. C Wilde. 823 8. tth. Norfolk, 1,006.414
Harry J. Muff ley, St. Edward 983,610
Juanlta Carlson, Stromsburg 842,044
Laura Kolena, Crelghton 783,544
Vivian Dae. David Olty .....779,444
Hazel Snwders, Nellrh ..765,870
Marguerite Durbln. Bloomfleld... .748,184
Blanche Colby, Shelby 741,664
R. E. Strasburg, Polk ....681.816
Lydla Seyeredahl, Madison 674,984
Elmer Nordland, Columbu..... ...656.744
W. J. Keeler, Fullerton 484,874
Anton F. Votava, Schuyler ,454,600
Sam Davlea, Wayne .........407,600
O C. Smith, Albion 404 164
Fred T. Wlnglntnn. Schuyler 391,914
Mrs. Ed Lyons, Newman Grove... 392.(66
Josephine Evan. Platte Center. . .3.12,614
R. J. Swanxon, Fullerton 316.86C
B. J. Maslowskv. Randolph 106 168
G. C. Griffin. Clark 17 da
Ray Chase, rialnview 129.000
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