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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1912)
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ROBERT J. FRAAS
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Dktribvtors of tito famous Stent end Sauna Brow Boors
Family Trade a Specialty
The republican press bureau at Lincoln is now putting; out
some very extravagant claims of accomplishments for the Aldrieh
administration. It elatrns erevtit for the safety appliance law.
That law was enacted by a democratic legislature and was. pushed
through by the Nebraska Federation of Labor without so suueh as
a word of eneouragement fru Aldrieh, It claims credit for in
augurating systematic advertising of Nebraska' resources That
system was inaugurated under Governor Shalienberger, ami sub
sequent publicity has been but a rehash of former matter. It
claims credit for inaugurating systematic hotel inspection. That
inspection was provided by a democrat iclegislature aud begun by a
fcrmer administration. It claims credit for erecting fire escapes.
The first prosecutions in twenty years for failure to comply with
Uie fire-eseape law were instituted under Governor ShaUenberger's
adniicnstratiioKu ami the tJre escape law amended by a democratic
legislature s as to make it possible to compel the erection of fire
escapes. The Aldrtch adttunistrafioti has done nothing but pose
s-.ud make extravagant claims.
jj Chester 11. Aldrieh accuses Jokn 11. ilorehead of oppsiag
tie initiaiive and refereiidum. Morehead was advocating that re
! fr when Aldrieh was deuKHtncing it as a ""democratic seheme
; of whieSi repkb;sea!is should beware." As a state senator Aldrieh
spoke nd lel aga jst cowety kn which he afterwanls es
oAssfd beeasf it Wked like a good vsampaign catvU As stat
s.iator ilorehead sood Wtweea Aldrieh atnl an attempt t violate
the eostitttt)o by s-vwriiis an aMowati to ay the groeery
issd aseat bills the exeentiv mansion.
! Never iw the history of Nebraska has every elective wdiee been
;led by- deaoerats. Now is gxl te break the preeedett.
J Nehrask has had a nVr o4; democrat state ofiicials, hut never
!oe wlo betrayed kk trt. The repuhiaH party can make no
savh claim. With oly three ati-eMbliean legtslatnres in the
stated hssuvry Wve three put mvre reform legislatjoft po the
statute Ksxks than all the repnKiean legislatures. Nebraska, has
had but oe dewxvratie governor in twenty years, lie presided
dwring a denvratie lerklatnre and sigel more refirm legislative
bills than any republican overnAwr in the history of the states
John IL Morehead is mnnittg fr gertor vn the record of
what he has dvte Alvlrieh is rsmwing on the reeo-rd of what he
jwxuises to dvk
As the campaign nears its eouelnsion it becomes clearer that this
is vlemoeraeys year in the state and nation. It is admitted on every
hand that Nebraska will go detueratt frot president to legislature.
The effort t deceive the people into believiivg that the republican
party is resjonsibJe for all the prwgressix legislation secured in Xe
braska has proved a dismal failure. The people know better., and
they are b take no ehaaees by defeating the party really
Chester IL AMrieh who seeks to make political capital out of
the county option fight never mentions in. his public speeches that
while a member of the state senate he uot only spoke agamst
county option but voted against a county option bill. Charging Mr.
Morehead with seeking to hamstring the initiative and referendum,
he forgets to mention the fact that less than threo years ago hele
nouneed the initiative and referendum as a "'democratic scheme
and warned his republics u colleagues to beware of it.
Clarence llannan, democratic, candidate for railway eomittissiou-
er, was born in Franklin county, Nebraska, and has spent all of his
life, so far in the state H is a traveling man, therefore well ac
quainted with the needs of the people, Mr, Ilarman represents the
people who pay the freight aud passenger bills.
It was not a republican legislature that gave Nebraska the
Australian ballot. The first freight rate redaction law passed in
Nebraska was not passed by a republican legislature. The first
freight rate reduction bill killed by th legislative, action was uot
killed by a democratic legislature. The first tax reform law in
Nebraska was not enacted by a republican legislature. It was not
a republican legislature that gave the state the first liquor law
reform in a generation. It was not under a democratic administra
tion that arms, ammunition and dynamite were smuggled into
the state prison, resulting in a prison delivery, the killing of seven
men and the piling of a heavy burden of expense upon the
shoulders of the taxpayers. The 2-eeut passenger fare law was
never endorsed by a republican convention, was opposed by a
republican governor, and was forced through the legislature by a
democratic minority. The so-called "Aldrieh law, reducing freight
and express rates originated in the brain of a democratic senator and
was defeated by a republican legislature, only to be passed two
years later because the irepubliean legislature had heard from the
In his campaign speeches Aldrieh endeavors to leave the impres
sion that his opponent, Senator Morehead, opposed the reform meas
ures enacted by the legislature of 1907. He even goes to the length
ot trying to make voters believe that Morehead voted against theL
When fronted by the fact that Morehead was not a member of the
1907 legislature, nor of any other save that of 1911, Aldrieh hedges
and says: ' 1 meant that if he had been in the legislature then he
would have opposed those measures." All of which is one more ;
pie of the Aldrieh methods of campaigning.
A, C hallenberger, democratic candidate for United States
senator, served a term in congress and a term as governor. It has
never been charged, nor even hinted, that he ever held office, tainted
with fraud. -
Governor Aldrieh has spent more time away from his duties
than any other governor Nebraska ever had. John II. Morehead
pledges himself to attend strictly to the duties of his office and leave
'the Chautauqua platform ad the pulpit to others. He further
pledge himself to conduct the business of the state along the
3i .ye that It lta frtllavnr) tliirins a siccetftfnl bniin9&s career
covering a period of a quarter of a century. Nebraska is. sadly
in need of a business administration.
If elected governor John IT. Morehead will appoint a warden of
the penitentiary and submit the appointment to the senate for rati
A democratic legislature passed a bill regulating srock yards.
A republican governor vetoed it.
R, V, Clark, democratic candidate for superintendent of
schools, knows more about educational work than he uVs about
"practical politics.' That's a mighty good reason for voting for
Object Lessons in Thrift
AMERICAN SAVTCSS CAT. 3
No one ever grew rich, by hoarding money. TJ
difference between, "hoarding money" and saving
The miser hoards money. The wsae man or worn
money and puts it to work earning more money. The
use of money means future prosperitr. The worker caa
hope to acquire competency merely by ''hoarding'. fie
must make his savings work for him. We furnish employ
ment for year savings. Deposit with us, and under our suc
cessful system we put your money to work for yovt make it
earn more money. A deposit with us means that your taars.
work tor you day and night. Twelve years ot sanest m a
guarantee of our system. Ctaateiaaad let us explain. it;
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When one m troubled with
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life miserable and relief is
sought. So many people do
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U2 North ISOt street. '
The proprietor of the
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at 1431 0 St, made a good selection in the name, and to those
in need of first-class repairing it will be economy to you to
have them do your work. They are experts in their line and
make it a point to do good work. Mr. Gus Demma has full
charge and his reputation as to good workmanship in our city '
is generally known Drop in, Gus will he glad to see you.
. Harness, saddles, collars, nets, pads everything for thel
horse and what you want because every article is the best.
See me for spring and summer horse wear. Right goods
jukI right prices.
You will be satisfied with my repair work.
C. C. DADBJOO
A private hospital sit
uated in a 'walnut grove.
Has every convenience
for those seeking health
with all comforts of home.
Dr. R 1VL Andrus
The "Dr. enj F ail?
Sanatorium, Lincoln, Neb
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