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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL , FRIDAY , APRIL 7 , J911.
Tie Vote on Mayor.
For innyor : John Friday G7G ; K , 13.
Colomnu 571 ! .
Wlio'H who In Norfolk ?
On the fjico of returns , the mayor
alty contest In thlH city IH ( i tic 57fi
votes for each candidate. There will
ho a content. A number of Illegal bal
lots were counted In the reluniH.
In the First ward two men are
known to have voted In the city elec
tion who do not 'ive In the city , hut
are residents of tie : school district
In thi ) Fourth ward three mutilated
and clearly Illegal ballots , upon which
the votorw wrote their own names ,
wore counted. Two of these were for
Friday , one for Colenmn.
The Councllmnnlc Results.
The n.iilllciiiiH | ) ) elected three out of
four cotinclltnau Ltirkln , Amarlne
and Eceles. The dmnocrats elected
Dr. Verges counrllnum In the First
ward , though the ward went for Coleman -
man on the head of the ticket.
The ness city council will consist of
four republicans and four democrats ,
as follows : 13. A. Amarlne , Jack Larkin -
kin , H. J. Kudos and P. J. Fuealor , re *
publicans ; C. J. Versos , II. W. Winter -
tor , John Koerher and E. B. Kauff-
mann , democrats.
School Bonds Carry.
The school bonds carried by a big
majority. Those provide $25,000 for
new school buildings.
0. S. Hrldgc and A. II. Vlole , the
only candidates , svore elected mem
bers of the board of education. Ed
Hartor was elected city clerk , W. J.
Stafford treasurer , C. F. Elseley po
lice Judge , Frank Carrick svatcr com
Nobody to Serenade.
Members of the lire department
wore ready Tuesday night with their
running apparatus to give the lucky
candidate for mayor the honor of a
ride up and down Norfolk avenue , but
when the tie vote was evident the lire
lighters abandoned their plan. Even
the band , which was serenading the
Friday hardsvare store , ceased playing
and disbanded svhcn returns of the
election .showed a close voto.
Telephones In The News office wore
kept busy by anxious and interested
Much satisfaction Is expressed over
the victory of the school bonds. Many
women voted on the bonds.
Con Kirwln Trial is On.
Ilutte , Neb. . April 5. Special to
The Nesvs : Judge Westover arrived
ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST / <
John Friday , democrat
12. 10. Cok-man , republican
, 'Oity Clerk
I'M Hartor , republican
W. J. Stafford , democrat
° ollce Judge
C. F. Hansc , democrat
C. F. lOlaolcy. republican
A. Bruinumnd. democrat
Frank Carrick , republican
'Councilman ' 1st Ward
C. J. Verges , democrat
Ernest Kaasrh. republican
Councilman 2d Ward
.T. 10. Hnaso , democrat
.lack Lnrkln. republican
Councilman 3d Ward
10. Fischer , democrat
10. A. Amarlne , republican
Councilman 4th Ward
U. J. Eccles. republican
Members School Board
C. S. Bridge , democrat
A. 11. Viele , republican
For School Bonds
Against School Bonds.
and the adjourned term of district
court Is in session. The Con. Kerwin
murder trial was called for 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. W. T. Wills has
charge of the defense , while County
Attorney Harrington will be assisted
in the prosecution of John A. Davies.
Of the six men who have been tried
lor murder in Boyd county since Its
organization , there has never been
one convicted , consequently this case
svill bo watched with more than usual
The attorney for the defense asked
that the sheriff bo disqualified tc
serve In the case and Robert Fore
svas chosen special bailiff. Sixty ve
niremen were listed. It is thought tes
Mmony svill begin this afternoon.
Lewis Hinkle Apprehended.
Valentine , Nob. , April 5. Special t (
The Nosvs : Sheriff Uosseter just re
turned from southern Nebraska , when
he went to get Lewis Hinkle , chargei
with obtaining money under false pre
tenses. He Is alleged to have sold improvements
provoments off of a Kinkald home
stead to the extent of about $1,00
that did not belong to him. Ho wa
located In Saline county , this state.
Neligh Woman's Ciuo Officers.
Nellgh , Nob. , April 5. Special t
The News : The Woman's Federate
clubs of this city met in the basemen
of the now public library and electe
the following officers for the ensuin
year : President , Mrs. D. W. Beattie
llrst vice president. Mrs. Wllllai
Wolfe ; second vice president , Mrs. (
A. Williams ; third vice president , Mr
W. W. Cole ; secretary , Mrs. C. (
Mollck ; treasurer , Mrs. C. H. Kelse ;
The president , secretary and trea
urer svere the members re-elected 1
their respective olllces. The fedoratlc
consists of four clubs In Nellgh L
sos , Mayflower. Reviewers and Ruba
West Point Races.
West Point , Neb. . April 5. Sped
to The Nesvs : At a meeting of tl
stockholders of the West Point Spec
association It was decided to hold tl
second annual race meet at the ass ?
latlon grounds at West Point on Ju
11 , 12 and 13. The race meet of la
year , which was the first held by the
association , was so successful as to
warrant this becoming a permanent
event at West Point. A new board of
HO von managers was elected , consist
ing of W. T. S. Nellgh , J. H. Kraus ,
Otto .Zacok , F. I ) . Sharrar , M. J.
Schmltt. M. II. ICorl and Henry Ick-
FIRE AT MILLARO.
Peters' General Store , Smith's Drug
Drug Store and Two Residences.
Mlllard. Neb. , April G. Fire here
caused a IOHH of $10,000.
The heaviest loser was the Peters
Ilros. ' general store , the loss on build
ing being $10,000 and on stock $17,000.
J. A. Peters' residence was also de
stroyed at a loss of $5,000.
The drug store of Henry J. Smith ,
with living rooms overhead , was also
burned. Loss on drug stock , $ f ,000 ,
and on household goods $1,200.
Smith carried $1,200 insurance on
his stock. The building was owned
by Peters Bros.
A Great Actress Coming Saturday.
There will bo a largo number of
outsldo people In Norfolk Saturday
night for the performance of Henrietta
Crosman at the Auditorium In "Anti-
Matrimony , " If the present demand for
seats from out-of-town people keeps
up. And the fact that Henrietta Cros-
man Is America's foremost come
dienne would justify the trip from
finite a distance , as she is a past mis
tress in the art of acting and her play
is said to bo a most delicious bit of
Norfolk will bo the last city to sec
"Anti-Matrimony , " as Miss Crosman
next week svill rehearse a new play
all week , at Omaha.
Henrietta Crosman has nad perhaps
more magazine publicity than any oth
er American woman comedy star , so
that her fame has preceded her.
Norfolk never has had the privilege
of entertaining an actor or actress of
Hiich note as has been attained by
Miss Crosman. She is one of the supreme
premo favorites of Nosv York city.
Seats go on sale Friday morning.
Mall orders accompanied by remit
tance , are nosv being reserved.
Close Bids on Warships.
London , April G. This is the last
day of which the Chilean government
svill receive tenders for the construc
tion of a battleship of 26,000 tons and
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4 , 1911.
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six destroyers of about 1,000 tons each.
The American firms which agreed to
compete when the specifications origi
nally drawn to the advantage of Brit
ish builders svere altered , will hand
their bids to the Chilean legation at
Washington. The European compan
ies svill submit their figures to the
Chilean naval commission hero.
Prince Makes a Charge.
Lincoln , April 5. The Sunday base
ball bill occupied the legislature's at
tentlon all day.
Representative Prince arose to pro
test against the activity of the base
ball enthusiasts. While claiming thai
ho would vote for the Sunday base
hall bill , he declared ho must deplon
the willingness of many statesmen t (
trade their votes for appropriation !
for it. The Sunday baseball bill
Prince declared , might cost the stati
$850,000 In revived bills carrying ap
In connection with the Sunday base
ball agitation an effort svas made h
the house to revive H. R. 586 , svhicl
has twice heretofore been defeated
It provides a levy of one mill for th
completion of a stata historical bulk
ing. Speaker Kuhl declared that th
motion to reconsider was out of orde
and the house sustained him.
Just before noon the senate cam
to Senator Fred Volpp's salary rais
bill , increasing the stipend of legist :
tors to $600 a year and longthenin
their terms. After brief debate ther
svas general acknosvledgomont the
the subject was too important for brh
consideration and tuat It would h )
brought up later.
The senate passed Bushoo's H. I
to 72 , providing $500 In land or lots sha
bo exempt under garnishment procee <
Ings , In addition to wages ,
The senate also passed H. U. 8
providing that jurors shall bo pai
Immediately upon completing counl
boards from holding fees for taxes.
al The senate recommended the folloi
ho Ing bills to third reading :
ed H. R. 205 by Lawrence , permlttli 11
ho a levy of tsvo mills for drainage dl
hoe trlcts and making the life of dralnai
iiy bonds ten years.
ist H. R. 98 , by Evans , creating a boai
H. H. 166 , by Fries , extending the
terms of assessors to four years and
providing for real estate assessment
on the fourth year.
The house killed the following bills :
S. F. 239. providing for the election
of county conimlHHloners by districts.
S. F. 41. by Seellg. providing u
board of control for state Institutions.
The only bill left providing for a
state board of control Is Prince's ,
which has passed the house and Is
nosv pending before the senate.
HELD PEACE CONFERENCE.
Meeting of Ten Days Ago Is Confirm
ed May Start Negotiations ,
Washington , April G. An important
peace conference , the first between
the Mexican ambassador hero and a
representative of the Mexican revolu
tionists , svaa held in Washington on
Sunday , March 26 , the nesvs of which
hitherto a matter of much secrecy , has
just been obtained by the Associated
It Is believed the cordial meeting ,
Informal as It was , may lead to the
settlement of the Mexican troubles.
Senor Do La Barra , as well ad Dr.
Gomez , referred to the fact that they
had no instructions covering such a
conference and sould only express per
sonal opinions but Senor Do La Barra
remarked that ho thought "patriotism
counselled searching for means for
terminating the differences which ex
Socialists Lose in Kansas.
Wichita , April 5. Socialism was de
feated here when J. II. Graham , an
Independent candidate for mayor , was
elected over A. II. Blase , a socialist
candidate , by 100 majority.
Four socialist candidates for com
missioner svere defeated also by ma
jorities more decisive than that by
which Graham won. The independent
candidates for commissioner won by
loads ranging from 1,500 to 3,000.
The defeat of the socialist nominees
Is attributed largely to the vote of the
women , who , in spite of the rain , wont
to the polls in large numbers.
The new mayor and commissioners
are pledged to a strict enforcement of
the prohibitory law.
The socialist candidate for mayor
of Wlnllold svas defeated by 600 ma
jority , but in Girard , Kan. , II. P.
lluughton , who headed the socialist
uid labor tickets was elected by a
plurality of 61. Fred D. Warren , ed
itor of the Appeal to Reason , was de
feated for a place on the Girard board
Prize Fighter Fatally Hurt.
Boise , Ida. , April 5. B. Wakefleld
is In a precarious condition from the
effects of having been knocked out In
the sixth round of his fight at Hailey
tonight with Carl Aunee of Philadel
phia. He was unconscious for over
two hours and little hope is entertain
ed for his recovery. Art Jackson , the
promoter , Gus Terzold , referee , and
George Coates , the time-keeper , have
been arrested. Aunee escaped.
Subpoena City Mayor.
Des Moines , April 5. The Polk
county grand jury issued a subpoena
for Chief of Police Froom of Council
Bluffs to appear today to tell what he
knows of H. D. Kelly of that city , who
is held here for the double murder of
Deputy Shr-riff Wollman and Bar
tender E. J. S. Terzlngten. Chief
Froom Is asked to bring a witness
svho can Identify the revolver of Dep
uty Sheriff Wollman with which the
crime was committed.
Wets Win In Colorado.
Denver , April 5. Municipal elec
tions throughout Colorado , excepting
Denver , sveie quiet , the only real con
tests occurring where local option was
the issue. The "wets" were victor
ious , the most striking being at Colorado
rado Springs , svhero by an estimated
majority of 8,000 liquor selling in a
limited svay was endorsed. Clubs of
Ilvo years existence , a limited number
of drug stores and hotels having sev
enty-five or more rooms will he allow-
cd to sell intoxicants. There is a
clause in all the deeds to lots prevent
ing the open saloon. The "drys" did
not gain any new territory , but lost
Holly. At Victor the entire socialist
ticket was elected by 500 majority.
Lasalle elected David Stesvart , a prize
WON'T ' ATTACK CHIHUAHUA.
Federals So Strong There Now That
Rebels Have no Hope.
El Paso , Tex. , April 5. Charles
Richards and Jesvell Williams , the one
a machinist In Madero , Mexico , shops ,
and the other just completing one
month's service with the insurrectos
arrived here today with the news thai
the insurrectos have no present inten
tlon of attacking the city of Chihua
Their ambition , said Williams , whc
makes his homo with his mother al
500 West 173d street , Now York , is tc
10 recapture Casas Grandes and liberal *
the prisoners , Including seventeen Am
ericans , taken In the recent engagement
mont at that place.
There are only ton Americans nov
svlth the rebels , eleven of them hav
ig Ing boon killed and seventeen takei
prisoners at the battle of Casai
it Grandes. Richards said the total deai
Bf In that fight was nlnety-ono killed 01
C both sides.
Coincident with this informatloi
R. comes official announcement that General
ill oral Rafael Lls and the Casas Grande
illd garrison of 500 federal troops hav
been ordered to proceed to Chlhuahur
The addition of these troops , It is est
id mated , will bring the Chihuahua gai
ty rlson up to 3,000 or more men.
The Insurgents realize that svit
sv- their force of not over 1,500 men ( an
probably It Is under that ) equlppc
g only svlth carbines and svlth no art !
is- lory , they have no chance against th
isgo fully equipped and numerically strom
or force within the city. It is not ui
id likely , however , unless the preser
negotiations are speedily developed in
to a truce , that Madero or HOIUO other
rebel chieftain svill endeavor to In
tercept Egula Lls on the march.
NVItli regard to the official announce
ment to this move. It Is considered
by these familiar svlth Mexican strat
egy that the report ma > be meant on
ly to mislead the enemy. In any
event It Is practically certain Eugiiia
Lls will not attempt to take his pris
oners with htm.
Madero Is at Ranchero Uustlllos , ac
cording to Richards and Williams ,
where , If present plans do not mis
carry , ho svill soon receive his father
and his brother Alfonso to discuss
Them has boon no lighting since
CnsitH Grandes , they say.
The city of Madeto where- there are
American Interests , Is 100 miles or
more from Mndcro's camp. The Insur-
recto force there is commanded by
Gulseppo Garibaldi , an artillery expert -
pert , svho has served in Italy and
South America , and Oscar G. Creigh-
ton nn American.
In a small svay. Garibaldi and
Crelghton are said to be engaged In
the social activities with which the
army officers at San Antonio are add
ing to the gaiety of that city.
Of an afternoon there is lawn ten
nis and G o'clock t''a after the English
fashion , to svhich Garibaldi is no
stranger. In the evening conies danc
ing or bridge whist.
Results of Municipal Contests Through
out the State.
Lincoln , April f > . Municipal elec
tions svere held in tbo tosvns and vil
lages of Nebraska. .Incoln operating
under a special charter , will hold Its
election May 2. Omaha holds no elec
tion this year. The saloon question
svas the issue in the contests , and the
scattering reports so far received in
dicate about an even break. The not
able addition to the "dry" side svas
Beatrice , which reversed the vote of
a year ago and voted out the saloons
by a majority of 176. Geneva on the
other hand , heretofore non-license , de
clared for saloons.
The follosying towns voted for lic
Grand Island , Sterling , Humboldt ,
Eagle , Harvard , Seward. Uttca , Wil-
her , Cook , Fremont , Friend , Hallam ,
Geneva , Nebraska City , Hickman , Mc-
Cook and Indianola.
These against license : Ainsworth ,
Ashland , Holdrcge , Milford. Green-
svood , Minden , Beatrice , Bethany , Uni
versity Place , Pleasantdale , Stella , Tecumseh -
cumseh , Elk Creek. Axtell , Lyons ,
Beaver City , Central City , Ashland ,
Collogeviesv , Verden , Shubert. Aurora ,
Crab Orchard , Broken Bow.
Party politics played a small part
except in the larger place ? . At Fre
mont , George Wolze , republican , de
feated D. P. Lawrence , democrat.
Lasvrence is a member of the legisla
ture and made no active canvass.
Grand Island elected a republican
In this Lancaster counts heretofore
"dry" territory the "wets" made gains ,
tsvo tosvns possibly three voting for
Nebraska City elected a woman.
Mrs. Anna K. Morgan , for city treas
O'Neill , Neb. , April 5. O. r Biglin
svas elected mayor , II. J. Hammond
clerk , J. S. Gallagher treasurer ; D.
H. Cronin , M. H. McCarthy and C. E.
Hall aldermen ; W. H. McCarthy , S. F.
Nichols , Dr. P. J. Flynn , P. D. Hanley ,
Dr. J. P. Gilligan and Neil Brennan ,
members of the school board.
Among the election results wore :
Pierce Duff , mayor ; town wet.
West Point Schairer , mayor ; town
Beemer W. F. Freed , mayor ; town
Wisnor Charles Spangler , mayor ;
Hoskins Fred Miller , mayor ; town
Wayne John Gate , mayor ; town
Wlnside E. W. Crelliu , mayor ;
Battle Creek Wet
Plainviesv Schoenauer , mayor ; town
Columbus Hold , mayor ; town wet.
Fremont George Wolz , mayor ; town
Humphrey Pete Bodwlg , mayor ;
Nellgh , Neb. , April 5. Special to
The Nesvs : The city election yester
day brought out the largest vote ever
polled in Neligh. Up until nearly the
noon hour was there any indication o
interest taken , but after this time i
lively skirmish was had in getting ou
the vote by those most deeply inter
osted.The interesting feature in this ,
election was the proposition of issuing
druggist permits and saloon licenses
The question was left entirely to the
voters to determine. The vote showed
that there was a majority of seventj
against the issuing of druggist per
mils , and a majority of forty-three it
favor of issuing licenses to saloons
The following candidates were elect
Mayor , W T. Wattles ; treasurer , E
II. Mellck ; clerk , O S. Hauser ; police
judge , Charles Cassady ; engineer. \ \
L. Staple. Councilman First ward , E
E. Beckwlth ; Second ward , Joe Me
Caig. Members of the board of edu
o cation : George Godkin and C. B. Van
Kirk for one year ; George Fletche
and C. L. Wattles for tsvo years ; M. 0
rDaxon and R. B. Skinner for thre
id Stantou , Neb. , April 5. Special t
id The NOSVH : Al Pont , editor of Th
Itegistor , svas elected mayor of Stai
10 ton by 31 majority over John Schlm
lor , the present mayor. The sesve
bonds were defeated. Other city off
cers elected svero : Councilman , Sec
and ward , Thomas Kingston , city
clerk , W. T. McFarland ; police judge ,
J. J. llnppol ; city treasurer , August
Loehc ; city engineer. Conrad Wagner.
There SVUK no contest except In the
Madison , Neb. , April G. Special to
The News : City election passed off
very quietly , there being a very light
poll and no Issue to divide the people.
The nominees of the citizens ticket
svere all elected svlth scarcely a dis
Fred H. Davis svas unanimously
elected us mayor , F. A. Peterson coun
cilman for the Second ward , and
Thomas Lostlna councilman for the
First svnrd. Fred Dankers , city clerk ;
Chris Kortman , city treasurer ; A. J.
Thatch , city engineer , and A. E. Wells
and M. C. Garrett members of the
board of education.
The only contest was on police
Judge , C. S. Sutton being elected by a
BasHCtt , Neb. . April 5. Special to
The News : Bassctt is utill dry as a
result of the election of S. H. Halldor-
BOH and R. A. Armstrong , two dry , and
G. A. Hlllburg on the citizens ticket.
It svus a close election , but while the
light svas earnest on both sides , it was
a good naturcd one. The candidates
elected are all good representative
business men , and will all push for im
Valentine , Neb. , April 5. Special to
The NCSVH : The only light here at
the city election svas between the cit
izens ticket and the socialist ticket ,
the citizens ticket electing their men
by an oversvhelining majority , but the
socialists gaining a large percent in
their vote in the city. The citizens
ticket elected C. Davenport. H. La-
Porte and George Chapman.
Creighton , Neb. , March 5 Special
to The Nesvs : The " $1,000 saloon li
cense" ticket sven against the $1,500
ticket in the election here yesterday.
M. C. Theisen svas elected mayor , Wld
L. Turner city clerk , II. W. Wood-
svorth treasurer , Leroy L. Seeley city
engineer , C. W. Metteer councilman
Second ward , and T. J. Buckmastcr ,
Ewing , Neb. , April f > . Special to
The News : At the election held here
the citizens ticket was elected. This
insures high license for another year.
The follosving are the names of the
successful candidates : J. S. Weaver-
ling , P. M. Conger and J. E. Sanders.
Election in Topeka.
Topeka , April 5. Complete returns
today shosv the election of J. B. Bil-
lard , incumbent , for mayor , by a ma
jority of 167 out of 15,700 votes over
A. McNeil , the dry candidate. Three
of the old commissioners wore reelected -
elected with Mayor Hillard.
ENGINE EXPLODES , THREE DEAD.
Accident on Milwaukee Railroad Near
Mclntosh , S. D. , is Fatal.
Aberdeen , S. D. , April 5. Fireman
Wright of Mobrldgo. S. I ) . . Frank Rol
lins of Pittsburg and an unidentified
man were killed when a freight loco
motive boiler on the Chicago , Milwau
kee & St. Paul railroad exploded near
Iclutosh , S. D.
DETAILS OF THE DAY.
How Champ Clark Was Chosen Speak
er Insurgents Remain Separate.
Washington , April 4. The Sixty-
econd congress , called by President
'aft in extraordinary session to con-
idcr the reciprocity agreement with
anada , got under way today.
The republicans retain scant con-
rol of the senate. The house pass-
d into the hands of the democrats for
he first time in sixteen years and
Jluunp Clark of Missouri was elected
peaker. He received 217 votes to 131
: ast for James R. Mann of Illinois ,
he republican nominee.
The insurgent republicans of the
louse in their vote for speaker , Indi
cated they intended to maintain a sep
arate working organization. Fifteen
of them voted for Representative
looper of Wisconsin. Representatives
Morris of Nebraska and Madison of
\ansas , however , temporarily desert
ed and voted with the regular repub-
leans for Mr. Mann. Thoron Akin ,
the "independent democrat" if Illi
nois , also voted for Cooper.
Victor L. Bergcr of Wisconsin , the
only socialist In the house , declined to
The Interest of the opening day cen
tered almost entirely In the house and
the routine proceedings of the senate
were all but forgotten.
The re-elected and now senators
wore sworn In under the old regime
and then a recess was ordered to
await the organization of the house
and report of a committee appointee
to wait on the president.
It seemed likely that the president's
message , dealing with reciprocity
alone , would not bo read until morn
Representative McCall of Massachu
setts , who introduced the bill at the
last session of congress to carry tbo
reciprocity agreement into effect , re
Introduced his measure today and i
was referred to the democratic com
mltteo on ways and means , where i
will be sidetracked for a similar mcas
ure , but of democratic origin.
Speaker Clark , In assuming office
in the house , made an address in
which ho elaborated on the legislatlv
program already outlined by the dem
William J. Bryan and Governor Jud
son Harmon of Ohio wore Interestc (
spectators of the organization of th
house and svore greeted svlth cheer
as they appeared on the floor.
Former Speaker Cannon's appear
mice was not audibly noticed , hu
svlion his name svas called as a men
her of the Illinois delegation there wo *
a round of applause.
After Clerk McDowell had called th
house to order , Chaplain Condon o
fered prayer and the clerk called th
roll of states to ascertain the pros
nco of n quorum. Mr. Clarlc wn at
ho white house ss ailing In his olllco
o be notllled that he had been chosen
o preside over the houte for the next
wo yonrs. The roll call disclosed the
rosenco of 365 members out of a total
lembprshlp of 391.
Nominations for speaker were- then
n order. Mr. Clark was nominated by
lopresontiitlve Burh'.son of Texas ,
halrinaii of the democratic caucus ,
lr. Mann svas nominated by Repro-
putative Currier of Ness- Hampshire ,
htilrmau of th" republican caucus ,
'he insurgents did not go through the
ormaltty of nominating their onndl-
ate. Mr. Cooper. Neither Mr. Chirk
or Mann voted. Mr. Cooper voted
or Norrls of Nebraska.
The Insurgents who voted for Mr.
'oopor In addition to Alkln of Nosv
'ork svere : Anderson of Minnesota ,
lavldson of Wisconsin. Davis of Mln-
esota , French of Idaho. Kopp of WIs-
onsln. LaFollotto of Wisconsin , Laf-
rty of Oregon , Jackson of Kansas ,
vent of California. Lenroot of Wlscon-
In , Nelson of Wisconsin and Warbur-
on of Washington.
When Clerk MacDowoll announced
he vote by svhich Mr. Clark svaa elect-
d the house broke into cheers. When
Ir. Clark appeared at the main door
n the arm of Mr. Mann there was re-
Mr. Mann rapped for order.
"It Is a great office , " he said , slosv-
y. "and filled by a great man. Gen-
lemon , I present to you your speaker ,
he Honorable Champ Clark of Mis-
our ! . "
Mr. Clark himself rapped for order
his time to stop the applause and
hen launched into his speech. Ho
requently was Interrupted by np-
Twenty-five More Workmen.
J. J. Fosvh > r , formerly foreman of
he Northwestern transfer at Children ,
ook charge of the freight gang at the
rcight depot of the Northwestern
oad in tills city Tuesday morning.
Mr. Fosvler is the only former transfer
nnploye of the Chadron branch who
vas transferred to Norfolk. Agent J.
V. Dictrick of the road is employing
11 local laborers. Twenty-one extra
nen svere put on the day force and
hrce extra on the night shift , with an
xtra clerk on nights and days.
Mellette County Will be Organized.
Mellette county , S. D. , a portion of
he Rosebud Indian reservation which
, 'ill probably be opened to settlement
his summer , will be organized on
lay 25 In accordance with a procla
mation issued Monday by Governor
'essoy at Pierre.
On May 25 a special election will he
i old In the nesv county , which is just
, -est of Tripp county , and a complete
1st of county officials will he chosen ,
t is said that plans are under way to
irganizc Mellette county In nds'ance
if the land opening so that the clti-
ens already in the county may have
ontrol of the organization. It Is the
ntention to prevent gamblers getting
i foothold in Mellette county , it Is
Mexican Railroad Cut.
El Paso , Tex. , April 4. Mail advices
April 2 from Torreon state that the
miln line of the railroitd between that
ity and Mexico City is again cut and
rains annulled. Cuencamo is in the
lands of Luis Rivas' band of Insur
Storm Over Middle West.
Chicago , April 4. A storm reaching
all over the middle west caused tele
graph companies considerable trouble
oday. It was centered over Arkansas
uid Oklahoma during the flrst part of
the day. Many wire prostrations were
High Wind In the South.
Mobile. Ala. . April 4. The local
Western Union ollice received at 2
o'clock a report that the wind was
blowing sixty miles an hour at Gulf-
lort , Miss. , also a report that a storm
svas over the territory of Dunbar. La. ,
o Gulfport. The wind is rery high
W. T. Shlvely went to Omaha for a
H. C. McKinsey of Stanton was here
Otto Stratton of Atkinson spent a
fosv days here with friends.
Mrs. Fred Karo of Syracuse , Neb. ,
Is in the city visiting with friends.
David Hodson was hero from Madi
son to cast his vote in the city elec
Mrs. Herman Pulz of Hoskins spent
a fesv days in the city with friends.
Miss Frances Crosby of Battle
Creek was here calling on friends.
J. II. Mason has gone to Ainsworth
and vicinity on a week's business trip
County Clerk S. R. McFarland , en
route from Butte to his home at Mad
Ison , svas in Norfolk.
Theodore Master of Pierce was a
visitor at the Sacred Heart parsonage
a guest of Father Gebauor.
Miss Cora Schlesinger has returned
to her homo at Lincoln after a few
days' visit here with the S. G. Mayer
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thlem have re
turned from Los Angeles and other
western coast cities where they have
spent the winter.
Joseph Rulss , son-in-law of Mrs
Mary Spauldlng of Norfolk , died a
Creighton yesterday morning. Mrs
Ruiss was formerly Miss Lottie
Spauldlng of Norfolk.
Another traveling salesman has do
cldcd to locate In Norfolk. A. R. Whit
more , formerly of Waterloo , la. , has
rented the house at 400 South Fourth
street , and svill move his family to
Norfolk this sveok There are seven
In Mr. Whitmoro's family. Including
himself , Mrs. Whitmore. four children
and Mrs. Whltmoro's mother. Mr
Whitmoro represents the Smith Prom
lor typesvriter company and his terrl
tory is north Nebraska. Ho Holectei
Norfolk as his homo after looking eve
a number of Nebraska cities.
Miss May Shlvely , who spent a fcss
tlnya hero with her parents , Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Khlvoly. bus returned to
wr school at Porn.
Mrs. Vernon and her son of Omaha ,
nrouto to their now homo In Chicago ,
ire hoiv .spending u few days svlth the
'Imrlos Shcolor family.
Mr. anil Mr * . S. M. McClury. svho
V MV hen- visiting with his paronlH ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McClury , have ro-
timed lo Ihclr homo at Illlsstleld ,
Phillip Fn'ohoft" . n former tdioo
linker of this city , hut nosv u hiislncmi
nan of Munvillo , Wyom. , svas hunt vis-
ting svlth V. A. Ncnosv and ether
J.V. . Hovcc will leave Norfolk , to
fcatc In California. Ho has sold bin
valdenco on North Eighth street
Mrs. T. G Bracking. 502 Philip nv-
niie , has received word of Uio mar
riage of her nii'Oi * . Miss Hazel Arm
strong , nt St. Joe , Mo. , to Clayton H.
U'dlleld of Mcdford , Ore. Miss Arm
strong has vlnltcd Mrs. Bracking In
Tom C. Grant , a traveling salesman ,
s conllued to his bed at the Pacific
lotcl , suffering from nn attack of
An unusually large number of trav-
Ming IIKMI and transinnt guests packed
he hotels and rooming IIOILSOH of the
Ity Monday night.
V. A. Nenow and his brother ,
'harlos Nenosv. returned from a day's
Ishlng and report ( lint conditions are
infuvoniblc. Fish are not biting , but
hero Is plenty of duck shooting.
W. F. Hall , svho accompanied his
'ather-in-Iasv to Rochester , Minn. , han
vritten Norfolk friends that his rolu
Ive underss'ont an operation which ho
lelievos svill prove favorable. Mr.
fall svill return to Norfolk Thursday
The Homestead company , svho own
lu > land tsvo blocks south of the June-
ion depot and live blocks svest. of
' 'irnt. street , have been granted per-
nissioti by the city to bring In a now
iddltion. This land is to bo cut up
nto lots and sold.
Fremont Tribune : The wedding of
Miss Marguerite Blthell to Cecil Ba-
: on svas announced to take place In
ho early part of May at a pretty dln-
ler party given by Mrs. Thomas Blth- \
11 at their home on West Eighth
street last Tuesday evening.
Tiie Bingenholmcr & Evans Lumber
'ompany ' svas granted a permit by the
Ity council Monday night to erect
svo large new lumber sheds on the
iroperty they purchased from Matrau
Wille. The tsvo sheds will be cov-
red by one largo metal roof.
The temporary railroad lunch room
) ii svhich carpenters are working at
he Junction svill probably bo ready
'or service next week. The two dining
: ars svhich are backed up against this
Hiilding will remain there to servo
Kissengers during the regular twcnty-
ninutc lunch stop.
Constable A. W. Flnkhouse , who has
i svarrant for the arrest of Joseph
Cohout , obtained by J. Nctherda of
Nlobrara , reports that Kohout is out
of the county and that he is unable to
hid him. Nothorda is suing Kohout
for $23.35 as payment for his expenses
o Omaha , whence he accompanied
Kobout , who svas svounded by a ban-
lit in an emigrant car hero.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Brucggoman
uid Miss Emma Molchor went to Pil
ger to attend the funeral of Fred Mel-
: 'hor , svho died on his farm near that
own Sunday. Mr. Molchor was born
lear Berlin , Germany , eighty-three
years ago and is a pioneer of Pilger.
He svas the fatiier of Mrs. Brueggo-
inan and Miss Melcher of this city ,
ind of William and August Melcher of
Frank Sullivan of Fremont was ar
rested Monday night by Patrolman W.
S. O'Brien , charged with stealing u
suitcase belonging to Ernest Boldt In
the Engclman rooming houso. Sulli
van pleaded guilty to' ' the charge , but
declared he svas too much under the
influence of liquor to know what he
svas doing. Boldt did not care to pros
ecute Sullivan , having recovered his
property. Judge Elsoley turned Sul
livan loose with orders that he leave
The Trolley , of Los Angeles , Calif. ,
in its March issue prints on its front
page a large photograph of A. S. Ku-
derna , formerly of this city and for
tsventy years an employe of the North-
svestern road. He has been conductor
on the Pacific Electric railway for
some years and hta picture appeared
in the paper with his appointment as
day dispatcher of the road. The paper
svas sent to F. E. Knapp , who is passIng -
Ing it around among Kuderna's Nor
Funeral services os-er the remains
of Frederick Villnosv , who died last
Friday afternoon , took place at I"
o'clock Monday noon at the family
home south of the city. Res' . J. P.
Mueller , svho had charge of the fu-
oral services , hold a short service In
the Christ Lutheran church , after
which the remains wore interred In
the old Lutheran cemetery. The pall
bearers were : August Shrador , Julius
Haney , August Buntrock , Henry Koh-
loff , J. Williams , Ferdinand HJnkel.
Joseph Light , a pioneer citizen of
Norfolk , died at 1 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon at the homo of his son , V.
V. Light , after a lingering Illness. He
was about 65 years old.
The funeral of William Grundomann
will be hold at the Sessions & Boll
parlors Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 : ,
and at St. Paul Lutheran church at 2.
New Secretary to Taft.
Washington. April 4. C. D. mills
of Dobbs Ferry , N. Y. , former assist
ant secretary of the treasury , today
assumed the duties of secretary to the
president , although Charles D. Norton ,
svho retires from that position , will
not actually leave olRco until tonight.
The nosv secretary will got $7.500 a
year , an Increase of $1,500 over the
amount paid Mr. Norton. Mr. Norton \
retires to become vlco presldont of the , \
First National bank of Now York.
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