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'THK HEK: OMAHA, nil PAY. API.II. S. 1010.
HAS I hi hi iU VLiAKS
Election M.ikei it Impossible for
Change in Th' Time.
REFEAT FOR REFERENDUM LAW
Mif 'uliiirn, irpunlran: Kourth ard. K. i
Cook, republican: mrmhfri of the Hoard of
Kdueatinn, Ir P. 8. Wilson, democrat;
r'red HIIIt. democrat; John L, Patterson,
republican. I.eaa than one-third of the
usual vui was rant.
KhTl ULICAN CITY. Neb.. April 7
iK.-cclal ) J. A. rassell, J. A. Smith ami
being defeated by U8 votes. Other than
the mayor's offlre no fight mas made on
Dr. O. It. Munfcr were alerted trustees by
thu t. nip' ranre voter, which means a dry
town for two year.
HOLI'KKUK, Neb.. April T (Special. )
f nntd tab.c more Intereat taken In
the rlertion yesterday than any previous
on evtr held In the city. About twenty
voters came from their work and school
Xartlnrto Anton "wall ! m 'n r ""'" ln ,a"r 'rcia their
PI tree Daniel Duff niflits of franchise several coming from
Proposal Vntrd Dunn In ( iiaslr et
of Ailama rd Defeats o
I.lrea.e Ticket Other
RtlkitKi K1TOBS ELECTED.
Boldrssr. . .
Tsoumssh . . . .
Talslgb . .
Crslghton. . . .
West Foint . .
W. Karris fhk-affo a numlK-r from lnm-n. lnlnmn
..John T. Brassier' , , ,
McConougley "nfl nn'' '" ,wo tr" Kansas. The Issue
3. B. Kasseil' was one the dry and wet proposition, and
; K "chill'; the result was left to the people, under the
JI, J, XftlOCfat
'.C. O. Harrington llllutlve. and referendum. Although the
. .'"W. T. Wattle I very hlKhcst kind of a fight was made tile
. y'i1"?! majority wi re In favor of conttnolna; the
.inaris A. Tracy ,
Rinkla dry policy of the last two years, the wets
J. Wlnobell city official.. McConoiiKhy managed to
. O. C. Johnson
pull through on the hd of the ticket
Reward , .
Cbadron . . .
Bt. Panl . . .
HASTINGS. Neb.. April i Special. 1 The
remilt of the election Tuesdny make pro
hibition In Hasting au impossibility for
st least two years more. After the new
number 'of the council, lake their seals
liie body will be unanimous for high license
jaji one-half of the mebers will hold for
two years.,' Of , the four wards In llicst
'li.gs, each having two member, two ure
regarded a permanently for high license
and In the other two .the license forces
have won on Increasing' majorities In the
last two city- electlm
Of rhlef importance Ih hu HasllnKS cam
paign was the proposition 'for the accept
ance of the Initiative rtd referendum. The
petition for the aubmlvaiori of the question
was circulated ,by, jwutilbltlonlsts. but It
was defeated In the election by a vote of
tlmont two to one
Councllmen Johnson and Zlnn were re
elected without opposition and Mark Levy
and C. E. Ellis W!.re elected to succeed
A. B. Allyn and C.1- $. Van Patten, the
latter two being the only remaining prohi
The high license, or citizens", ticket for
school board was also elected by an aver
age majority of 300 for each of the three
men. The new members are J. J.
Conoughy. It. H. Ddinerell and S. J.
Owens. ... . i , . .
ORD, Neb., April 7. (Special.) At the
city election practically . the whole -wet
tlckf was elected, the Personal Bights
people electing the following men: Mayor,
J. H. Corson; city clerk, Alvln pleasing;
city . treasurer, Vincent Kokcs; police
Judge, H. Uudmundsen;. city anglrwer.K. W.
Uass; oounollir.eoi ,tfrHfc jVopat, . Weay
-Smith and, Jb,jv,,j Serpen,. XUC uo license
people elecud A. J. Wute a,nd Royle' lialley
aa members of the school board. The or
dinance preventing, the sale, of liquor , In
the city waa defeated by a small majority,
as waa also the one regulating the hours
of closing the pool hails. The city was
dry last year and thla makes a complete
At Nebraska Ity.
NEBRASKA CITY. April. 7. (Special.)
At the city election the . following council
men were elected: First ward, Calvin
Chapman, republican; Second ward, F. H.
Eccleston,' democrat; third ward, D. W.
. A Hammeretrora
J. O. Hamilton I over his wet opponent, Engstrom, and by
. ...K. F. Andersen a ,aro majority of 21 voteB won out.
'InVocSwVl'. 'ST- rAI L' April 7.(Spelal.)-
T. t. Wood ; There was but one ticket In the election
W i. "dowIUi089!? y"'t,'l'Hy ,h'' "ltlspnn. and tho officers
. .. T. D Sharrar' p,,'rt,'(l " follows: Mayor. H. B.
B. I. Xeester j Paul; clerk, 8. V. Jackson; treasurer,
;'-'w.BHoie,fo1r,d''r,t I85 coon,!,lmn r'''' t . E.
E. F. Ruber J Knevoldaen; councilman Second ward. J. C
Benbea I.lpp Fleming. All belong to the republican
.'. '. VxS'cPkandaoa ' paity rCPft Mr- Pyne, who la a demo
.7. A. M. Walling' crat, but, of course, under the single ticket
Georre Marrlam! arriuigi'ment political affiliation cut no flg-
Jm." BBT.rB,nFan' ure- T,,e '""'" ' votes cast for mayor
Otto Zeolowjwus 24". The license question was voted
C. B, ruuar . unon Keitaratelv. there hefnir ir. vnisa
for license and los against, making a ma
jority of 44 votes for the wets. Contrary
no opiMeltlon. The result In the First and
Third wards was a surprise to both parties.
Baafaeaa Mea'a Ticket.
LEXINGTON. Neb., April 7 -(Special )
The business men's ticket won by a ma
jority of 121. This carried the licensing of
saloons with the ticket. S. C. Mullen was
elected mayor. The school district was
changed from an ordinary high school dis
trict to a city district by the action of the
old city rouncll and by proclamation of
the retiring mayor. This necessitated the
election of a new school board. The busi
ness men put up four men. The citizens'
party placed In nomination the entire old
board, which were elected. The old hoard
have been very active In arranging for a
new, high school building and the people
stood by them and re-elected them. The
following are the members of the , Board
of Education: E. U. Temple, president;
W. J. McElhlney. treasurer; John M. Neff,
secretary; A. E. Grantham, T. U Warring
ton and C O. Rosenburg. The re-election
of the old board upholds the policy of the
board In the management of the schools
for the last thirteen years.
PAWNEE CITT. NEB.. April 7-tSpcolal)
There was but one ticket on the field
here,: Mayor, Reuben I.lpp; Clerk, John H.
Pyle; Treasurer, Vernon Bascom: Police
Judge, S. J. Graham: Councilman, 1 it
ward, R. R. Mahan; 2nd ward, J. I). Al
bright; Member. Board of Education, R
Caughey. Fred H. Backett.
TABLE ROCK. NEB., April 7 (Special)
At the village election held here 179 votes
were cast as follow: J. T. I.ongwell Antl
llcense, 91; Roscoe C. Zlnk, Anll-llccnse.
90; John Matthewson. Antl-llcense. 88;
C. II. Mitchell, license. 90; C. O. Plummer,
license, 8G; Ralph Bowen, license, Ml. This
elects tw6 anti-license, one license, and a
town will stay In the dry column by four
to one. The fight was stubbornly fought
and a full vote was cast.
FRIEND. NEH.. April 7 ( Special) C.
II. Justl.'e, high license, was "lectod over
John Scheldt, prohibition, by a majority
of Z1: H. B. Wood. hlRh license, for
councilman In firsl ward, over W. K. Jus
tice, prohibition, by 1; C. A. Ifofer for
councilman In second wsrd. high license,
over Frank Ptak. pi eh1blt!w. by a major
ity of 20. The city treasurer, clerk and
police Judge on the antl-llcense ticket were
elected by u majority of 14.
OENARD. NEB.. April 7 ( Sp-cial)-leo.
Merrlan was elected mayor here yesterday,
for the 3rd lerm. Councilman It. Pence and
Geo. Harrlatm were re-elected and Chas.
Kroeger. was elected councilman In the
second ward. II. II Graff was re-elected
treasurer for the l!th time and M. M.
Gordon was fleeted city clerk. ri7i vote
CEDAR RAPIDS. NEB.. April 7.
(Speclal) Tin' question of license In Cedar
Rupids for the coming year was decided
In favor of saloons by a majority of eleven
votes. The question being suhmltted to a
direct vote, no contest was made on
councllmen S. Peterson and H. L. Robin
son being elected without opposition.
JOHN .C. SP00NER ARRESTED
Former Uiarnuiln Senator la Chnrged
with Auto Speed I nit In .New
NEW YORK, April 7.-E-Senator John
C. Spooner of Wisconsin, now a practicing
lawyer in this cily, appeared in the Harlem
police court today with his chauffeur, who
had be n arrested for speeding.
"I was taking two young women relative
for nn automobile trip around the town,"
Mr Spooner told the magistrate. He ad
mitted that "perhaps we were serJng New
York a trifle too fast," and the magistrate
It la not yet definitely known Just hen
Ih Sixteenth Infantry will depart for It
new station In Alaska. While it Is be
lieved that tba regiment will start some
time early In June, there seems to be a
lack of tianaport service from Pacific
ports to Alaskan point. Proposals will be
asked for transport service from Seattle
and San Franclaoo to the Alaskan mili
Orders hae been Issued from army head
puartera directing First Lieutenant A.
La Rue Christie of the Eighth Infantry.
Fort r. A. Russell, to report at Omaha
for duty aa aide-de-camp on the staff of
Brigadier General F. A. fcmUh.
Company M, Third battalion of engineers,
has been relieved from further duty at
Fort Leavenworth ana 1 ordered to Fort
D. A. Russell for duty.
Letve of abeence for twenty days lias
Wen granted Second Lieutenant Napoleon
W. Riley of the Sixteenth Infantry. Fort
Seigcaul A. O. Blown of Battery B, Slxtu
field artillery, has been granted an honor
iblu discharge from the army by purchase.
the two holdovers nre nntl-llcense tho ' held the chauffeur In $100 ball for trial.
Watcb tor the Cosaet.
The Red Dragon of the ky. Watch the
children for spring cough and colds. Care
ful mother keep Foley's Honey and Tar
ln the house. It Is the best and safest
prevention and cure for croup where the
need Is urgent and Immediate relief a vital
necessity. Contains no opiates or harmful
drugs. Refuse substitute. For sale by
Foley' Kidney Remedy will cure any
case of kidney and bladder trouble not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medi
cine can do more. For sale by all drug-
eit. . Al.
Thert'svno waste with Rtinkel'i
Baking; Chocolate. It's all pure,
rich, delicious c.iocolate. Noth
ing added Nothing; taken away.
Contain r.o sugar. Thu its vast
economv.' Goe twice as far as
ordinary chocolate. Glvesdotibl
the flavor and goodness to des
erts and beverages. You get the
most for yotif money when you get
and bniouMness, sick headaches,
sour jjtomach, torpid liver, to clear
up a sallow complexion, and trans
form a bad, obnoxious breath Into
one that Is sweet and pleasant to
correct the Irregularities oj- the
stomach-and bowels to give you
a hearty appetite and get your
system In good running order, so
you cat) sleep well and make your
life worth living, ther Is one beat
ready ; made renwayv "d It is
.It Is not a drastic purgative,
consequently you can take it at
any time during the day or night
and experience no griping or un
pleasantness. It won't interfere
with your work or leave you all
worn out afterward, and it works
like" nature works, when nature is
' -This Is one of the leadng prepa
rations of the American Drugg!nts
Byadltate of1 12,000 responsible
druggists, and next to the pre
scription of a repurable physician,
'it is the best and safest thing yoii
.can put into your stomach when
jour system requires a laxative.
You can get A. D. S. Fruit Lax
t ajsjjp A.' V. ft. drug Btor
to former years no campaign was made on
the ;i((Uor Issue by either side, and only
about liS per cent of the whole vote was
CALLAWAY. April 7.-Specla!.)-rCaIla-way
will remain In tho dry column for
another year, the temperance people win
ning out by about 16 majority. W. T.
Keyes, M. L,. Henderson and M. E. Schner
lnger are the new trustees.
Canvass at lleatrlce.
HKATRICR. Neb.. April 7. (Speclay)-A
canvass of the vote cast yesterday gives
the wet a majority of 153, as against 108
for the dry' a year ago. The ticket
elected Is as follows: Councllmen First
ward, F. B. Lenhart, republican; Second
ward, E. J. Shinn, democrat; Third ward,
Frank Ko.ekofski, netitlon candidate;
Fourth ward. Dr. P. Y'Oas. prohibitionist;
Board of Education, J. T.. Harden, J. H.
Penner, H. A. Thompson, W. E. Lenhart.
ln the Third ward, representative C. J.
McCall,. republican, was defeated by Kole
kofskl, petition, by 67 votes. The business
men's organization claim the credit of
putting Beatrice' back Into the wet column.
PIERCE, Neb., April 7.-(SpoclaJ.)-The
city of Pierce elected the following offi
cial Tuesday: . Daniel Durf. Maytfr; M.
Inhelder, treasurer; George W. Llttell, po
lice Judge; Frank Drtbert, clerk; Herbert
Craven, city engineer; Herman J. Hecht,
councilman In the West ward, and Wood
Cones, councilman In the East ward. The
council and .mayor stand for high license
and regulation of the saloons.' On-and
after May ,1 the, saloon license will be
raised to $1,000 annually. There are four
saloons at present and-all will apply for
licenses the -coming year, though there Is
quite a healthy sentiment to 'still raising
the license higher and limiting the saloon
to two. This undoubtedly will be the Issue
In another year.
BENKELMAN, Neb.. April 7. (Special.)
Benkelman changed from a wet to a dry
town at Tuesday's election, the temperance
ticket, with O. W.- Drullner,' G. A. Bu
Chun nun and Frank Pettlt, winning by
twelve majority over J. F. Haskin, J. C,
Ough and K. R. Walker. The town has
been wet for three years.
Ticket at Chadron.
CHADRON. Neb., April 7.-Speclal.)
The following ticket was elected Tuesday.
being a quiet affair, as there was only one
ticket In the field: James W. Flnnegaa,
mayor, third term; George E. Marriott
clerk, second term; Ernest Reikman, treas
urer, first term; Fred H. Merrltt, engineer,
second term; Benjamin Lowenthal. ooun-
rllman First ward; Thomas p. Larlson,
councilman Second ward; Henry Maika
councilman Third ward; member school
board. Allen G. Fisher and William Glllam.
HART1NGTON. Neb.. April 7.-(Speoial.)
Anton Wala waa elected mayor over E.
H. Ferguson. F. O. Robinson and J. A.
Olsen were elected councllmen for the See
ond ward and A. B. Biandow for the First
ward. The saloon question waa not an
HCHCYLER, Neb., April 7.-(Special.)-
Otto Zeoloe was elected mayor by a ma
Jorlty of U. Other officers elected are:
City clerk, P. J. Kovar; treasurer, John
euth; engineer, Ira W. Funk; school board,
F. W. Shonka and H. C. Wright. The vote
a vu tilirvuvr UU1IUS WUUIQ DO lBBUed JOT a
new East ward school was a majority of
aw In favor of a new building. Schuyler
la still wet.
ARAPAHOE, Neb., April 7. (Special )
The town went dry Tuesday by five votes,
This was the only Issue in the election
except ln the Second ward, where there
were two candidates for council. S. T
Fleharty. the regular nominee, waa elected
The following officer were elected: Mayor,
C. S. Puller; city clerk, C. M. Evans; city
treasurer,' A. E. Pallemand; poliae Judge,
W. O'Brien. The council now stands three
wet and three dry. with a. dry mayor.
TECI'MSEH. Neb., April 7-(Speclal.)
The majority against the Issuing of saloon
license In Tecumseh, given at yesterday's
election, waa 71. A aomewhat larger ma
jority waa registered against empowering
me city council to Issue licenses to bll
Hard and pool rooms. The following non
partisan ticket was elected: Mayor. H.
J. Enders; clerk. N. M. Davidson: treas
urer, U M. Davis; engineer, R. C. Gore:
councllmen, Flrat ward, Frank Nail; Sec
ond ward, O. W. Miller; Third ward, Roy
smith; members of the school board, John
Croft and A. P. Fltzslmmons.
Fl'LLERTON, Neb.. April 7.-(Hpeclal )-
The dry yesterday elected mayor, city
cierg, police Judge and councllmen for Be
onn and Third ward, while the wets
elected cty treasurer and councilman for
r Irst ward. The majorttlee are aa followa
K. C. Knudaon, mayor (dry), 3S; H. M
Kellogg, city clerk tdry), ; H. C. Denk-
menn. elty treasurer (wet). 0; P. M. Jonee,
councilman First ward (wet). 18; C. W
Abel, councilman Second ward (dry) 20
Jobn Orton, councilman Third ward (dry).
. ror members of the Board of Edu
cation. Theo C.Koch and J. II. Kemp were
riectea without opposition.
' PRJEMGNT. Neb., April .-Hpclaj.)-The
two parties broke even at the city election
yesterday. The councllmen elected are:
First ward. W. C. Wiley, democrat; Sec
ond. C. R. De la Matyr. republican; Third.
Henry Jeaa, republican; Fourth, Harry Lr-'
son, democrat ; school hoard, L P. Oaget
republican, and D. V. Btephen. democrat.
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Every storekeeper, everyone who uses high pow
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