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TUB HEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914.
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THOMPSON, BELOEN
CO.
iEiroixo close for chief JITS-jsTEPHENS FIGURES OUT BIG "1
nCE OF NEBRASKA.
For Blouses
and Tunics .
Silk Nets, Georgette
Crepes, Lac Allovcrs,
Cotton Nets, Crepo Chif
fon nnd Lsce Flouncings.
New Trimmings
Beautiful crystal trim
mings, silk braids, orna
ments, tassels, frogs, in
fact everything that's nev
and attractive.
Neckwear Styles
Fresh, exclusive, fash
ions in Roll Collars, Or
gandie Sets, Lace Collars,
Organdie and Lace Vest
ees, Lace Collars and
Onffs.
The Cavalier
Glove
' A medium weight, me
dium priced glove, one
clasp, pique, black, tan,
white taupe $1.50
In anticipating the
wants of the "Grown-ups"
we haven't forgotten the
"Little Folks." Gloves
for school and dress wear.
Yarn Mittens, Golf
Gloves, Chamoisette and
Leatherette, Mocha Mit
tens, Fleece-lined Gloves,
Capes, and light weight
dress Gloves.
Children's
Sleeping Garments
Flannelette sleeping gar
ments, white and colors,
sues 2 to 10 years
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c
Third Floor.
Maline Ruffs
Trimmed with fur
flowers.
and
The Fur Shop
The price of fine furs
has not been so low for
years. The prices are not
guaranteed against an ad
vance. We advise you to
make your selection now.
A special
Russian Pony Coats, for
$27.50 and $32.50
The Family Hose
Black lisle with colored
heels, tops and toes, so
that each member may
have a different color to
distinguish their own
hose .;... 35c
3 pairs for $1.00
Toilet Goods
Specials
Manicure Sets 7!'?c
Rubber Sponges 15c
Combination Boxes, con
taining 1 cake of soap, 1
bottle perfume, 1 can of
talcum, all for 39 0
Tooth Brrshes, a line of
samples, for 10c
Dresses Reduced
More than Half
In Price
Over one hundred ging.
. ham tissue and chambray
dresses, formerly $3.50
and $4.25, will be on sale
Saturday for $1.00
Ready-to-Wear Section
Basement.
Omaha Agents
FOR I'
McCall Patterns
Children's
Flanellette Skirts
Colored Flannelette
Skirts, made on band
sizes 6 to 12 years
35c 50c
White Flannelette Skirts,
made with a cambric
waist 1, 2, 3 and 4
years 35c
Third Floor.
Woman's 'Heavier
Underwear
Cotton Fleeced Vests and
Pants, Merode make,
for 50c
Cotton Fleeced Union
Suits, high neck, long
sleeves Dutch neck,
elbow sleeves, ankle
length; all sixes. .$1.00
Wool Union Suits, high
neck, long sleeves, or low
neck, no sleeves; ankle
, length $1.75
Black Lisle Bloomers,
at 85c
Third Floor.
The Store for
Shirtwaists
Is an interesting section.
You will enjoy a visit to
it. Inspect the dainty
blouses for
$2.05 to $6.50
Fashionable Suit
for Discriminating Women
Our suit offering appeals particularly to the woman who
cares for fine tailoring, correct lines, authentic style and that in
describable something called fashion.
The suit prices range from $19.50 to $85.00
with extremely attractive and exclusive styles
for $35.00 t
No Extra Charge for Alterations
THE GOAT SECTION
has a most complete showing of exclusive styles with excep
tional values for
$13.50, $16.50 and $19.50
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PLURALITY OVER SPILLMAM
FREMONT. Neb., ov. . (Special.) -Congressman
Stephens' headquarters to-,
day announced his plurality ever Ppllt
man would b 8,500 on completed return.
A compilation of votes and estimates of
majorities by county committee follows-
Kst. Ft.
Ida). Mai.
Fplll-
Fteph- Prill- Steph
n. man. ens.
An Entirely New Line of
Hats of the Unusual ort,
Especially Produced for Winter.Wear
The New Dress
Turbans
for Matron Ladies,
at
$8.75, $10.00,
$12.75 and $15
Fur Hats
Also
Attractive combinations, for Fur and Flowers, also Fur and
Novelty Materials, indicating Smart New Designs in Fur Trim
mings. Prices range from $7.50 to $25.00
Millinery Section Second Floor.
1)EHS TO MAKE LAWS . . ,
. AT OWSWEET YiILL
(Continued from Page Oner.
tUn 'on Into a : coniest wiUi
Hollenboch slightly in the lead. ' "
Wa Saffrafe Ijuataar..
Puffrege seems to, hevs mat wUh Jess
favor la lha it ate than first return. Indi
cated. ThlrtjMww counties and MO other pre
cincts. Inelud'pg lougiga county, give a
majority of t.000 against It.
Tha proposition for workmen", compen
sation appears to ba mealing tth ap
proval, while university rtmoval la tha
reverse. .
Following art tha tabulations:
head.
Antelope .
Adaraa .... 1 000
mooaia hi
H Bulla, , lit
butlar ....
fcurt. U tlW '
Bravo. U... M
Boyd, I..... :
"ulag ... Ui -Clay,
xtn't.. I,75
rualar. 11. Til
'haaa, I... 7
Case IRS
Cull a .... Ll
... lht
lodire .... J.J37
Ixindy. ua'f ot
kota, g. .. ft4
nilmora, U U
Frontier ... tTi
rrankltn . t rt
Mras ,. j,Ul
J.7I0
OroelV. 'f tM
Orant, Iflg-
iopar .... til
Ha. I .......
plarian. U..
ll.nulton. IT '
Howard. 11.. t
Hooker ... IK
Holt, t i
Jahnaon .. l,v
Jaffaraoil, Is 14
Karney, la. H
Knoa. U in
Voaatar, It .?
Linooln. II., 1.2JI
tn. 1.... H
XcHh ra n. I
Madlaon, !.. 147
rr Oaveraar.
181,.
Mora- How. Mark-
att.
Nanea
'Ntmihl
Oto . J,l
Kleroa, pt..
KoU
Vuelpa ....
Vlatte. 11... l.f'M
H h ilaoai; i t.4
Umui. M
Howard ... l.sM
Hullna ....
'foil's B.,
arry. u.
ntauton, I,
'&nundra..
1 hurston
1 nomas .
Wftvna I..
Washgton
Webeter .
York
... tm
i "i
. 1.1M
. 219
l.7
. 1.1
. . 211
. i
i.K
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. i.tii
1.0)1
1,WT
1.M4
77S
1.1M
1.U41
111
1.4f
l.SU
07
l,m
1M
!"J
M
1.140
l,0W
74
II
V
1.711
J.IW
liwi
l.T
L74
1M
t.y
J.M
1
1.011
H3
i.m
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l.OSJ'
1.S17
1,7m
i'.Vn
V.fcf
MiAl
1.1P4
lis
im
so
11
1.2M
i.ii
Total. ...4.H7
Pouglaa 10,110
1.IM5 M.l
.... 11.41 12.CW0
II.
1,7
.
l.ll
m
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IS7
l.M.t
TnJ
7
l.SM
ill
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10
T4
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l.tM
l.tM
44
l.
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Od. total . U.4K9 se.OU tM 79. M4 a.m
Twent-elght rountlea complete and 375
preclnota outalda of Doug-laa. Complat..
I.leateaaat Gav.raar.
1'saraon. lloagland
Clay
Keith
Merrlok
Dodga ,
Wayne
Platte ,
Madison ,
1 lUf H
Parkin. .'..V.?.V..'..
Cu Ui-
Miner.jn
IiHn
fiwnN
aunuora .........
Cuming
Hooker -
itarinn
Antelope
J uh ii son
York
("lav
Kuril..
Una Hutta
C'uira
Indca
Thoinaa
n
M
' 1U4
41
. 117
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1.74
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l.XX
1.1U
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,
C17
11M
III
t.74t
l.T
uo
1.07I
l.4
144
47
144
11
440
11
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1,07a
1.104
l.T 441
wt
t4al
3
lAXt
Dundy
Franklin ...
Uosper
Merrick ....
Jerfeiaon .
Hall
Tlurt .......
rranklln
Washington
Hrward .....
Doualas ...
Wayne ....
Dodge -
Polk
Clay
Paundere ..
fa w nee ...
Hooker. ....
.Urant
Harlan ....
Perkins ...
Custer .....
Lian ,
Mcpherson
Cuming .
::::::r.:V
Totala.
geeretary
l.M 1 US
4 M0 Merrirk
1 1.H0 JefferaoB
10 Tf Hall
It J M7 Hurt
l.na I Franklin
U K1 ! Washington
Ctoer
,m I.4M liundy
Reward
Thoinaa
.. Cherry, six mlsalng.
im iu rik
. 1,K0
.. 44
.. WST
. X.tui
.. 1,14
,.
.. 1,IM)
,. 7ft
l.tM.
..10.70
.. Ill
.. 1.M4
.. l.fl
.. 1.474
.. i,m
..
.. las
.. Ki
.. W
.. V
.. l.OOtt
.. 1
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.. 1.4M
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f tae.
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1
l.;s
l.w
!
i.m:
!.!
....... 41.
tm
1.71
so;
1,071
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l.T
1.671
1.1M
Sid
M
1,41.6
1,7S
.
14
1.IMI
1.447
Ml
IM
1
(00
BO)
1.110
IM
171
1.007
ai.io)
Totals
Titus
Merrlok
Jefferaon
Hall
Burt ....
Franklin
Waiilngl.n
Oospnr
Dundy '
Peward
Polk
Clay
DoeV .., ....
Wayne
Matte
Madison
Do ilaa ,
Hooker
ttrent
Harlan
IVrklns ....
Custer
Ixaan
Mci'heraoa
I'awnee
Maunders ..
Cuming
I..
. 1.704
. M7
. Mil
. tsos
. 1.4TI
.10.611
. s
. 1.141
Sd
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. m
, l.vtl
. 1.4U
, 130
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. l.ll
. (
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. 1.04
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par.
Hall. .
I.W1
l.Sli
l.iftl
W
i.2t
1.1B4
Sift
1.W3
1,117
1.74
V
l.Ott
I.60J
16
M
m
Mo
171
1,M
IM
M
MH
1.146
1,601
Walt,
1 (Ml
1.1M
1.6
1.IS1
a
4
4.1
t.t
l.M
144
a
1.4!
11
mi
31
V7HEN a man says he feels
Vv like a "two year
old " he means he s as-
lull of joy and sun-
shine as that two year
old tobacco .called
VELVET,
at 4
IHr ir-
fljL
Over two years careful ageinj of
KenrucJcy s Barley d Lux tobacco
brings out to the full that taste and
fragrance and mellowness for
which VELVET is noted. 10c
tins and 5c metal-lined bags.
-""ni 11 ir
Totals
AIM
ewerd
W'aalitngtoii ..
Kraukhn ......
Bun
Mall
Merrirk
J,(rsou ......
Oosper
Dundy
Iiouglas
Polk
Clay
tWga
Wayne
I'latta
Madiaoa
Grant
McPheraon
Harlan
Hooker
umlug
raurdrra .....
Iawnee
txisn
I'erkina
tumor
S7,46i
raey (ieaersl.
Kaed.
I.. lu
i,oxi
.m
6oA
1.747
1.CU7
14
4
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t.m
uns
1.M1
IM
I.W.'.
1
147
, M
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, 114
47
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1.M.1
431
l,Sl
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l.rw
1,043
. lo.fcii
4
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164
IM
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l.iU
1.04S
134
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1,217
1.11
1J
Sf)7
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a"4)
.1.460
144
M,l
llamer.
1.071
Llil
T6i4
1.140
140
two
163
1
1,44)
wo7
' , 1.4S
, 1.672
111
LOW
1,64:
130
14
m
140
i
1ST
,M
1.011
Sears.
1
1.J0S
1,(10
l.l0
1.316
l
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11,64
S44
l.i
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1.04
Ul
131
144
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m
M
1 I
lf.7
vl
ri
1.1H7
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Touia
gaprewsa
Jefferson ...
Burt
Uosper
Lu4(laa
Nauoa
I'oia
a) r.e
Vlnlt
C.rant
Ucfharaait .
Harlan ......
Hooper ......
( tuning
riaundera ....
Uogaa
I'arklns
' Totals
I7.6ST
J) alloc.
HolUnbeck.
7H
Ill
a
raw
1 r.u
i.o
S.417
44
...... 1
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?W
1.441
1.4JCJ
1KJ
34J
Merrick ......
Jeftereua .....
Hell
rew.iri
Ffat .U.n
Wakhington .
Uoeer
Iunjy
Hurt
Polk
CUy
Itidje
W'an
I1.13S
lata Aadltor.
Smith.
Ml
1.1J0
!.:
1.1" l
1.517
1,110
441
are
646
1
1.417
1.IK7
5
Reese.
710
IM
i
I.6U4
47
' H4
47'
'H 1
1
m
71
HI
1
1.717
WJ
K.tii!
I
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t.ft4i,
i.it:
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l.n !
Ii4
44
l,t
II '.I
l.lvT.
IU.'
l.'l
t4),
flatta .....
Madison ..
Douglaa ...
Urant
MePhsrson
Harlan
Huoker ....
Cuming ....
8aumlers .'.
1'awnee ....
L,oaan
Perkins ...i
Custer
i
( Totala ...
iDunJy
; Franklin ....
nosper
Jefferson ...
Merrlok ....
, Hall
I Purt .
I Washington
Howard
Douglas ....
PolK
Clny
DodKo
Wayne
Platte
I 'alwn ....
iMcPheraon '
i Harlan
I Hooker
I Cuming
; Baunders ,.,
Pawnee
Ivosaq
Perklni .....
Custer
Totala
Stats Si
Seward
Washington .....
Franklla
Hurt
Merrirk
Jelfimon
Goaper
Franklin. .........
Dundy
Dougias
folk w.
Clay 4..
DoUlTf
Yane ;
Plait
Madlnon
McPhrraon
Harlan
Hooker
Cuming
Saundera
Pawnee
Irftaan
pei-klna
Custer
Totala.
Railway
Seward ....
Washington
Hurt .......
Hall
Morrlrk ...
Jefferson .
floaper
Franklin ..
Dundy
iKtuglaa ...
1.671
. M.U
. 141
.. M
. Mi
. 13
. 1605
. i.u t
. 657
. ' ll
. VA
1.118
1.IK6
144
10.1 Si
!S
10
1.W7
..X.ftll 3 471
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Kastham. Bsckmann.
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. 44
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. 1.4.10
.
. 1.0M
. 1.11
. 1.H0
. 7
. i.m
. 1,461
. 93
. 177
. 121
. l.llU
1.0)4
, 147
Ml
1.4W7
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werlateadeat.
Whitehead.
1.026
MIR
Miun4t via
148
Xi
..'..."1.IIM
, m
U8S
v
1,410
1.004
1.64
1.S41
TM
l.Ms
1.41
M
70
126
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1.61
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l.Xfi
4U1
l.OM
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219
407
i,m
1.14S
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1.1W
1.040
1,7
lu.oei
1.027
1.601
1.669
in
1 1
1.6T.J
1SK
R2S
13
1.091
1.714
. 184
lxi
1,001
14.796
Thoinaa.
1,660
. 1.1M
1,164
1.141
1,39
4ol
lal
. S3
I,71
l.lfl
I.WI
1.472
87
1.184
1,411
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111
1.714
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BRONCHIAL COUGHS
When the bronchial tubes art if.
fected with that weakenbj, tickling
ctxigh, they need immediate and sen
sible treatment The breath seems
shorter because of mucous obstruc
tions; usually fever is present and
your head Jars with every cough.
Your chest aches and the inflamma
tion often spreads to .the lungs.
The food-tonic that has proven its
worth for forty yeirs is Scott's Emul
sion. It drives out the cold, which
is the root of the trouble, and checks
the cough by aiding the healing
process of the enfeebled membranes.
If you are troubled with bronchitis
or know an afflicted friend, always re
member that Scott's Bmulsion build
strength arhil rcusvief the troabta.
14-44 Sons! ajSwea, hil,:d, W.J.
PoU
Clay .......
Dodge
Wayne ....
Platte ....
Madison ...
'.rant
Vi'Pheraon
Harjan .....
Hooker ....
Cuming ....
Elaufiriers ..
Pawnee ....
Logan ......
Perkins ....
Custer
Totals...
la
Dundy
Franklin ..
Gosper
Jefferson
Merrick ....
Hall
Purt
Howard ....
Washington
Polk
Clay
DofBe
NV'ayna
Madison ...
Douglaa ...
Douglas
Orant
MePhereon
Harlan
Hooker ....
Cuming ...
Paunders ...
Pawnee ...
Logan
Perklna ....
Custer .....
1,071 1.047
1.6M 1.6M
1,904 1,607
746 Ml
1.197 1,127
1.641 1,63
13S 136
1 145
tsi m
111 138
14 1.0T6
2.010 1,W
Ml
IU IM
K7 m
1,040 1, 173
H.I08 S4.619
MANOAH B REESE.
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Miller. N
.. Zli
.. 1.141
.. S
.. 1.1M
.. .
.. 1.737
.. 175
.. till
. i.m
.. 1,019
.. ' 6M
.. 648
.. 771
.. .4C8
.. 9.617
.. 9,817
.. 141
.. ,
.. $31
.. 1U
.. 1.40
. 2.131
... m
.. IM
.. I6
.. i.m
Res-eats.
oble. Brown.
807
760
303
1,111
l.2
i.4l
1.040
1.472
10
937
. i.ro
1,478
. 1.491
9.0K9
9.099
121
m
74J
lit
M
1,111
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110
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911
111
ts
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1.42B
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1.146
1.6K1
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10.397
10.097
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166
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1,69
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1.212
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J.891
9i
1.271
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1.37
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1.316
9.446
9.446
93
106
6791
91
1.376
750,
111,
176
1.C63
O. W. Meredith (dem ).
SO Edwin Jeary (rejS. .
A. H. Hutton (rep.). '
KaJph Moseley (rep.).
C. P. Peterson (rep ).
J. H. Moekett. Jr.. (rep.).
William Foster (dem.).
II a. K. lalhy (rep.).
George rUelnmeyer (rep.),
13 D K. Ulauser 1em.).
14 J. A. MgUulre ilrm.l.
95-Charles F. Hynek (rtem.).
16 Georne Liggett (rep.).
17 Nicholas Meysenberg (dem.)
! George -AV. Fuller (Jem.).
19J. N. Norton (am.).
4" K b. Nelson (rep,).
41 Walter Howarth (dem.)
42 O H. Matteson (dem ).
43 John M. W aid dep.).
44 T. M. Bcott lilrm ).
46 Oeoige Jarkson ()em.).
46 G. W. Undscy (dem.).
47 J. C. Snyder (dem.).
Albert Tlbbetts (dem.).
15 J. E. Cox (rep.) . .
A. 1.. Scudrier (rep.).
49 T.' M-.. Oaterman idem.). '
frt H. J. A nley (rep.)
61 Soren Frlee (dem.).
63 D. H. Cronln (rep.).
64 Chris Anderaeni (dem.). ."
65 VV.H. Braihlt'trep.).
M P. Qrens-in (dem.) - . J-
68 W. J. Taylor (dem.).
Georgp-Tretnwalt (dem.).'
69 J., K. Hurrls (rep.).
M. A. Hosteller (rep.).
CO M. A. Hosteeeler (dem.).
61-J. A-.' Marker (dem.).
28. M. Patterson (dem.).
S3 i . O. T. Anderson (rep.).
66 W. A. Heynolds (rep ).
06 Albert LaBounty (dem ).
67 W. M. Strbblne (rep.).
68 Scott Hoynolds (rep ).
69 L. C. Hudlslll (dem.).
70 Fred Hoffmelster (dem.).
71 T. C Hornby (dem.).
73 F. W. Broome (dem.),
74 Charles Nay lor (dem ).
75 E, E. Stearns (rep.).
7- . L. Hates (rep ).
T7-W. H. C. Woodhurst (rep ).
Congressional Vote
County.
Antelope. J 1363
Boone. 1
Hurt. 2 1179 HOD
Cedar 2
Colfux. 1 1 ?S3
'Cuming 16SS KM
"Dakota, 1 617 41
Dixon, 2 1M7 flf.9
Diiflge Zi76 1Z14
K nox
Madison 1744 13X5
Merrick
Nance ..j !19 Wl
"Plerca, fr 1076
Piatt I lns W7
Blanton. 1 740 441
Thurston 115 Ml
Wayne 1011 863
6?0
2
!14
716
907
175
34
14K1
t.M)
Sr
211
"i7
7;
158 '
12
Totala 8041
Missing tflstrlcta. Complate.
County Winners
Clay County County Judge, J. 8. Logan,
dem - clerk. Ward K. Neweomb. dem.;
sheriff, Paul P.onnlfleld, dem.; treasurer.
Albert Orlee. dem.; coroner. A. J. Jen
nlson, rep.: surveyor, Charies Prlckett.
rep.; aupcrlntendent, Mabel Mirk, dem.;
attorney, M. I Corey, dem.
Dodge County County Judge, Waldo
Wlntersteen, dem.; clerk, John O'Connor,
dem.; sheriff, W. C. Condlt. rep.; treas
urer, Ernst Hahn, rep.; register, Fred
Klaes, dem.; supervisors, Forney, rap.;'
Nelson, rep.; Tarkert, dem.; coroner, A.
P. Overgaard. rop.; surveyor, William
Bandera, dem-i-ep. ; superintendent, John
Matien, rep.; attorney, F. W. Button,
dem.
Wayne County County Judge, Jamea
Button, Ind.; clerk. Charlea ReynoVla.
dem.; sheriff, George Porter, rep.; treas
urer. T. Roe, rep.; supervisors, P. M.
Corh)t, dem.: O. S. Farran, rep.; coroner,
Feckenhauer: surveyor, R. H. Jones,
rep.; superintendent. Pearl ftewell, rep.;
attjrney. L. A. Ktplinger, dem.
Mndlson County County Judge, M. S.
McDuffee. Ind.; clerk, D. T. Hodaon,.
rep.; sheriff. C. S. Smith, rep.; treasurer,
W. M. Darlington, rep-; register, k. H.
Taylor, dem.; supervisor, W. S. Crook,
rep.; coroner, R. H Foster, dem.; sur
veyor, O. L. Huntley, rep.; superintend
ent, N. A. Housel. dorn.; attorney, W.
Li Dowling, rep.
Platte County County Judge, John Rat
terman, Ind.; clerk John Oraf, dem.;
aherfff. Henry C. Lachmt, dem.: treas
urer. Otto E. Ileuer, dem.; regiater, Jerry
Carrig, dem ; supervisor. John Goetx,
dem., H. E. Clothier, dem.; John R.
Hyle, dem.- C A. Peterson, rep.; coroner,'
Henry Gaas., dem.; surveyor, O. H.
Swtnaon. repv; superintendent, Fred S.
Lecron, dem.: attorney, Otto F. Walter,,
dem.
Burt County County Judge, O. A.
Ireland; clerk. H. W. W hi taker, rep.;;
sheriff. Ran Stanfield, dem.: treasurer,
Frazcr Cook, rep.; coroner, H. A. John-,
son. rep.; surveyor. W. M. Connealy.
dem.; superintendent, W. T. Poucher,
ren.; attorney, Herbert Rhoadce, rep.
Gosper Countv County Judjre. C. G..
Lewis; clerk, W. 1. Reynolds, dam.;
sheriff. R. L. Brarg. rep.: treasurer, R.
R. Chambers, dem.; auaVvyor. I. K.
Chambers, dem.; superintendent, F. W.
Montgomery. rep.; attorney, . O. E.
Bnaarth. dem.: commissioners, Fred
Harm and C G. Nelson, dumn. .
Dundy County County Judge, . L. D.
Vanderhoof: clerk. Hal ton Earl, dem.;
sher'ff. C. F. McGonagle, dem.; treas
urer, K. R Ixigan, rep.; coroner, E. A.'
Pickens; surveyor. Ira Lamb; superin
tendent. Lorna White; attorney, C. A.
Ratcliffe.
Turks Helse H'ltl.h Shla. '
LONDON. Nov. . Tha Exchange Tele
graph company has given out a dispatch
from Its IJverpool correspondent, saying
that the Turks have seised the British
steamers Assiout and City of Khlrs at
Smyrna.
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No.
Pete.
' ToUI ".Ill 30.128 T8
Stst Leg-laUtsre,
SENATE
1-Waltar Klechel (rep!).
,J,0,; atl. Jr. (dam.).
3- J. M. Gates (dunv).
4- t . L. Saunders (rep ).
N. P Douge (rep ).
L . Bedford (dam.).
K. B. Howsil (dem ).
. J:i i Qulnby (aem ).
J H. P. Hhumway iron.).
TPhll Kohl (dem ).
8 Charlea Kudea (rep.)
.f-W-H JUian (rap.).'
10- O. Henry (rem.).
H-ChV.,emru?b,ch Wm.).
12 R- C. Plller fcn-m.1.
11- H. V. Hoagland (rep.).
John T. Marshal (rep.).
14 A. D. gpencer (rep ).
1j William urueber (dem )
16- E. J. bplrk (rap.).
17- C. E. Handall irep ).
1 Will Brookley (dem).
18 J. H. Huhrr.tan (dem.).
10 W. I Weesner (dem.).
1-J. M. Urate (dem.).
i-J-Peter Wink (dem I.
a C. W. Ra (dem.).
14 J. A. Robertson (dem.).
S D. M. Douthltt (ren.)
7-B. K. Bushoe( rep ).
s-Dr. Willis Wilson (dem ).
2a Earl IX MalWrv (rep).
HOUSE.
1-W. T. Rieschlck dm ).
5- William M. Kauffman (dem.)..
8 W. C. Par riot I (dam.).
4 W. T. Parkinson (iep.).
5 A. N. Dafoa (dem.).
F. A. Kautar (dem.).
7- M. J. Klme (dem.).
8 Fred L. Nuumaa (rep..
8 Jacob 5 ass (dem ).
10 Henry C. Klchmnnd (dem.).
John C. Barrett (dem.).
Jerry Howard (dem ).
Richard C. Hunter idem.).
Joseph Ixveley idem ).
Jamea Brennas (dem.).
W. H. Uueenaa (dem ).
John I. Negley (dem.).
. Nela Lundgren (rp.),
J. P. Palmer (r,,i.
W. N. Clianibera (rep.).
B. C. Miner trep.)
U-C. C. Van Deusen (dam ).
12-Charlas W. Orr (dem.).
U-A. M. Chambes irep.).
14 j. L. Wood irp ).
16 Henry Korff (dem.).
1-P. B. Neff (dm).
17 J. H. ReUeoraia (dem ).
19 ieorfe Ko (dem.).
to Orant Meara (rep.).
U F. klock (dent.)
W. A. Kmith tdem.).
14 Jamea Nichols (rep ).
S lieiuy Ciayoura idem ).
H Richard O. Regan (dam ).
27 J. B. Mndelar tdrm ).
S8 C. A. Kir ere (detn).
William U. Dana idem ).
18 W. c. Elmsluad (dam.).
Fifth
-1914-
Shallen-berger
Clay, com 1777
Dundy, com.. 838
Kromier. 12... WD
FranHlln, coml!!44
Ooaper 460
Furnas, com.. 1170
Hall, com 1516
Harlan I(i77
N"' kolla com HM
Phelpa, com.. 965
Perkna 172
Webster com. 1264
Totala ....12260
District.
-1918-
Barton 8uther- Barton
land
IMS 1711 1841
434 314 47
663 857 1
9H 1242 1069
4(3 476 ii3
1233 1271 3C
20x6 1903 229
824 914 97
'113 15'4 13!
1070 969 1SRJ
296 W, 303
1213 1262 1361
12415 12(10 13584
PILES CIRF.D IX O TU 14 DAYS,
Druggists refund money It Paxo Oint
ment falls to cure Itching, Blind, Bleed
ing or Protruding Pilee. Flret application
gives relief. 60 cents.
Special tale Children's Hstsi 9ec, Sat
urday. Benson Thorae Co.
Sale of
Beautifully
Tailored
Winter
Coats,
Values to
$30.00.
The House of Menagii
"The Store for Gentlewomen"
- 1613 Tarnam St. .
$1
SUITS TO ORDER
8.00
Reduced from $30.00
A Fine $35.00 Blue Serge Suit
Reduced to $22.50
A fine selection of tweeds, chevtotg and worsteds that gold
for $35.00 to f50.00 now reduced about 40 per cent.
We tailor every garment carefully to measure. ' '
We use good Unia8 and guarantee every garment perfect la
fit and style.
See display In our show windows.
Let us show you a sample ot our work.
All overcoats reduced in same proportion as suits.
Samples and measurement blanks gent to out-of-town patrons.
MacCARTHY-VILSON Tailoring Co.
304-306 South 16th Street
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