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THE BEE: OMAHA, THUKSDAV, APKTL fi. lm.
CITIES VOTE 'UPON, LICENSE!;
Municipal ' Elections . Thrdughout Ne1
braska Shfw Changei.
NEfE TOWXS IN WET COLUMN
Three rilln of Beatrice, Wymnr and
Ilea Cload Select nclllns for
Marare Other Features
Nearly all the amAfim- cIIIps of the state
ncia municipal -llitrm yrrinuny n-i i
nearly every Instance voted nn the liquor
question. The returns rwa-lved up to today
showed seven, charges from the wet col
umn to the from lat year and nine
from the dry to ,he wet mltinin. The
neven town which moved Into the dry lint
have a population of 13,740, and those
-whli h changed Iromry to wet have
a population of A notable fea
ture f -the- elerflon wa the choice of
Hxlallst mayor in three of the larger
mall cities pf the state and the prominent
plaice taken by socialist tickets for other
rlty offices. '
Several cities have left the liquor Issue
pending, liaveloclc had delayed Its election
until after Uncoln votes. Falrbury will
vote on lli ens at a later date.
Horenoa, , ,
Grand Island, ..
Hebron, . '.'
Hrtnlrmaa ...i f l
BUdreth. ' . '
Albion, : , V' ;
Beaver City,., i
Bell wood, ' ' .
Broken Bow, ; -Central
Bewit ' ,
CHbbea, ' - v.
arMBwocfl ' r.
Undecldad. -"' 1
. BOCXAT MAYORS.
Towns whioSv' elected socialist mayors i
Wymort , jted Cloud '
Beatrice ' i
Water Coatraet Issue at (
COZAD. Neb., AprtJ,, 5. (Special Tele
iram.) In yesterday's election J. H. Dar
ner ww elected, myor b a yoteiof 131, j his
opponent, the present mayor, receiving
ninety-one. ' Ths""otheif mccessful candi
dates are..0t.Jt-Cook, tlark; Daniel Ball
mere, treasure rti-'W Kocti and J: f: Heff.'
Councllmen. The Issue of the election was
the. handling- ot the wajer works contract,
and the praseajt .council .was defeated.! TThe
name of iJanlel -,Ballnere fwas not on the
ticket, but Ills 4 cam S wu written 1 on
, i . Nellf h,
- ' 'Sterling,
- , at. Paul,
' ' Baperior,
,' .'. MWes. Lincoln
', West Point,
; ' WUber
1 . Berman, .
' ' Mlnden
. ., pleasant Bala
' Bed Clond
- i Bhubert
' tfnlverslty Plaoe
""'TOrk! i ,, !
Wlloox, ' 1
enough ballot tp plve t)lm . a 'majority of
twenty-six. He was formerly treasurer and
was deposed by the council on A techni
cality. His appeal in this case is now be'
fore the supreme court .: '
GORDON, Neb., April 6 (Special.) The
election here, was a regular landslide for
the citlsen's -progressive ticket, with Coat'es
and Cikhrari'at its head, Mills and Jordan
on the boosters tlckot being beaten two to
one on account of. the large amount of
money to be handod or the extension of
water works and the -Installation ot electric
lights and aewers.
Wets Win at tiotbrnkursj.
GOTHENBURG. Neb.. April i (Special
Telegram.K-t'h.ei' 'entire .Wet ticket was
elected Jamus Wlnchell, mayor; Frank
Carlson and Tom Undberg, councllroen.
There Is one' Wet and one dry holdover.
making the board three to one wet and a
ORLEANS -Neb.,. April (Special Tele
gram.) The" T!lty election was held here
yuaterday and dueatlon of no iloenae
carried by 4 hiaJOnty ol eight. There was
only one tlcljet for the official city posi
tion, J. C. Gay belnif the new mayor and
P R. Pate city clerk. '
REPUBUXCAre CITY; Neb., April 5 (Spe
cial Telegram.) W. H. Williams and W.
U. Waahburo were elected as village trus
tees today without sny opposition to serve
er two years, so the city will continue
dry for another yearv
Baalavea Mm'i Tlektt at LealaajtOB
LEXINGTON, Neb., April 5. (Special
TalegramJThs business men's ticket won
here, with the following results: 8. C.
Mullin re-elected mayor, receiving SS6; E.
C. Vanhorn received 191. Other officers
elected were; Archie Ollllnd, city clerk; C
G. May, city treasurer; W, W. Hunt, police
Judge; K. C. Meaty, city engineer; C. J
Wsldon, councilman. First ward; H. D.
Hmith, councilman, Second ward; Peter
Haxadone, councilman. Third ward. !. T.
Smith and H. F. Stuckeiy were elected
members of the school board for three
years. P. J. Bewltt was elected to Ml the
unexpired term of the late T. U. Warring
ton. The question or liquor was not an
iaaue. There are enough wet members of
the board so the city will have saloons an
U)r year. -k
Lttiaor Tlefcet Wins at rttoa.
CKlilUHTO.'t, Neb., April 5. CSpeeitU
Telegram.) For mayor, M. C. Thelsn,
O. C. Jobnsuti) 81 For councilman First
ward. T. J. Buckmaster. 101; C. C. Colby
it. For councilman Second ward, C. V
Matteer, 1U; Jerome Bharp, 33. For treas
urer, H. W. Woodworth. C. KV. Pey-
tua, W. For clerk and engineer, W. U
Turner and L. U Seeley. elected without
opposition. Candidates defeated for mayor
and councilman served last year. Candi
dates elected favor U.0) saloon license.
Lievnae last year was tMOO. The candidates
defeated favwed tl.&uO saloon license and
preweoalve policies. The Ucket elected
a as supported by liquor Interests.
MT. PAUL. Neb., April &. (Special Tele
graia ) At the city election the candidates
ef the clUsi-ns" ticket were all elected
there being but one ticket In the field
As the liquor issue was sot voted' upon
(tie city still stands ouaimltted to ths wet
poHojr. Hertrt & Paul was elected' mayor.
F. I Shaughneesy, ouuDcUnuut First ward
aod J. C. Flaming suuuciliiiao' 8eoond
ward. All are ra-eleotions.
BXATRIC1E, N.b-, Aprfl 4.-BpcIal Tele
grain.) In ona of lbs hottest political
Cgal waged bsvra ll years William El
Griffla. emlalurt. won for mayur over J.
H. RuUkarford, preaant lncurbent, endorsed
by the republicans and democrats at the
lata piiiuary, by a majority of about 100.
Tbe proh'bltluaurts carried the day and
voted ilealra dry by about 1S1. I As
tear Bualrice went wet by a majority of
Ui. The Ijiiomg Ucket aa eleoled
Mayor. William E. Griffin. snrlallHt; city
ilerk. B. y. Free, republican;' treasurer.
Captain PIvens, democrat; watr comrlils
sloner, J. n. C. Field, republican; police
Juile, E. E. Kills, democrat; councllmen.
Flrit ward. lnn Mi-Coiery, republican;
Feond ward, F. E. Wheeler, democrat;
Third ward, M. M I'alk, demmrst; Fourth
ward, O. 1 Btewart. republican. Board of
Education, O. W. Beckwlth, O. K Beeson
and W. E. I.enhart, republicans.
Sorlallst laor for Hed Cload.
RED ClHD. Neb.. April 4 (Special
TelcKram.) Sam Foe, socialist rantlldate
for mayor, was elected over Amak, rs
pubtluan, and Damerell, rltltens' candidate,
the votes being Foe, 170; Rolert Damerell.
166; y.'i Ameck, W. This Is the first time
in the history of the rlty that a socialist
Ucket Has been named for the city offices.
Flfy Htrslght socialist votes were cast.
On the liquor question the city Is again
dry by a majority of 39.
' PI.ATTSMOCTH. Neh., April 4. (Special
Telegram.) The entire democratic ticket
was elected with the exception of the coun
cilman in the Fourth ward. The liquor
question was not an issue, the town being
wet. The democratic officials elected and
their majorities are as follows: Mayor, J.
P. Battler. 183; clerk, B, G. Wurl. 285;
treasurer, C. O. Frlckle, 299; police Judge,
M. Archer, Kw. Councllmen elected: In the
First ward, George Dove.v, a republican.
nomlnateJ on the democratic ticket, was
elected by a majority of t; Second ward,
Adam Kurta, majority, 18; Third ward,
Mr, Hoist rom, majority, 10; Fourth ward,
George Lushlnsky, republican, majority
24; Fifth ward, Mr. Shea, majority, 29. E.
II. Wescott, republican, and John Bchulhof,
democrat, were elected to the school board
Cy small majorities.
Kearney Continues Wet.
i KEARNEY, Neb., April 4. (.Special Tel
egram.) John H. Patterson was re-elected
mayor today by a majority of 38 votes
over Jack Dempsey, a bartender, Demp
fey's big vote coming from the First ward.
,J;9 votes being cast The town went wet
again by 178 majority, 1,140 votes being
cast on the proposition.
S, A. D. Henline, dry, was elected
councilman from the Third ward and
Robert Haines, also dry, was re-elected
from the Fourth ward.
ASHLAND. Neb., April . (Special Tele
gram.) Out of 376 votes oast Ashland went
wry by five votes. Citizens Ucket with A.
iAverty, mayor; J. B. Lashapell, clerk;
E. A. Wlggenhorn, Jr., treasurer; K. V.
Russell, councilman first ward; L. D. Gre
bee, councilman second ward; C. F. Klrk
patrlck and W. M. Butler, Board of Educa
tion, elected with little opposition. ' Heavi
est vote polled at a city election in over
twenty years. Interest centered on saloon
Socialists Carry Wyraore.
WTMORE, Neb., April 4. (Special Tele
gram.) The entire socialist ticket was
ejected. Mayor Rawllngs, candidate for re
election on the republican ticket, received
70 votes. K. O. Mauck. socialist, Other
city officials elected are: ...
City' treasurer, F. W. Norrls. troclatlst:
city clerk, F. M. Meek, socialist; police
judge ' F. E. Crawford, republican,' no op-
pfsltlon; councllmen, First ward Stephen
HadacXeJc, socialist; , Second ' ward C. L.
Marts, 'socialist. Mauck and .Marts are
Burlington conductors. Nonris is an en
gineer and Hadachek Is a railroad carpen
ter. Meek Is a retired railroader In business.
.Ryan Wins In ras4 Island.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., April 4. (Special
Telegrsm.) Grand Island today registered
an emphatic protest, against the recent re
habilitation of the professional gambling
element snd the Illegal sale of liquors.
Charles G. Ryan, president of the Commet
ctal club, being elected mayor by a, vote of
1,003 against 827. Aside from ' the lssus
Ryan's stronger personal Qualifications are
generally conceded to have affected the
one-sided result. Both candidates were for
the license policy.
Fifth Term for Miles.
HASTINGS, April 4 (Special Telegrsm.)
Today's election in Hastings was remark
able for Its one-akledness. for by It the city
sdmlntstratlon was chosen without opposi
tion for a fifth consecutive term and for
the second time without regular competi
Running as republicans Mayor C. J. Miles,
City Clerk Bratton and City Treasurer
Cramer were first elected in 1903 and they
have held office ever since. They wore re
elected as republican pomlnees In 1904 and
lliOti and in 1909 and today as the nominees
of the high license party.' As In today's
election they had no opposition In the elec
tion of 19U6 and their license attitude Is un
Falrbnry Pots Off Fight.
FAIRBURY. Neb., April 4. (Special Tele
gramsThe citizens party In Falrbury
sleoted the entlro ticket over the law and
order party and socialists. Frank Tine her
was elected mayor, 681 votes. A. H. Martin,
socialist candidate, received SIS votes, W.
S. Hamilton, law and order, 222. . J. P.
Turner a as elected city treasurer, E. A.
Wunfler, city clerk, K. K. IUIy: police
judge. Councllmen. A. P. Llndell. D. .K.
Bone. John P. Morgn. T. A. Johnson. All
cciincllmen belong to the rltlsens party.
The question of saloon or no saloons
Wirt b decided at a special election In the
etrly part of May.
Urease In Alllnnre.
ALLIANCE. Neb., April 4. -Special Tele
gram.) Alliance municipal vote complete
rives for mayor, Harris 520, Smith 210
rlty treasurer. Burke 400, Shlupp SIT ; city
clerk, Wetherall 347, Emerlck 81!; police
Judge Zurn 3rd, Hamilton JTJtf councilman.
First ward, Vaughn 2M,' Barnes 136; Second
ward. Rennau K. Snyder 230.
Notwithstanding the bitter aUacks made
on Mayor Harris, he has been elected by
an overwhelming majority and It will be.
a severe blow to the reform faction who
had been anticipating a victory at this
election. The entire ticket favors license of
saloons and Is democratic In politics.
FALLS CITY, Neb., April 4 'Special
Telegram.) The citizens' ticket was
elected: W. S. Leyda, mayor; John Wlltse,
clerk; Frank Schalble. treasurer; E. II.
Towle, engineer; councllmen, First ward.
A. J. Weaver, G. W. Holland; Second ward,
D. S. Reavle; Third ward. Matin Gehllng.
EXETER, Neb.. April 4. (Special Tele-HEBRON-E.
M. Smith was elected
mayor hers today. The town went wet.
ORD Mayor J. H. Carson, wet, received
votes; A. J. Wise, no license, 198; Clerk.
A. J. Shirley, Wet; treasurer, Vincent
Kokes, wet; Councllmen, First ward, F.
E. Glover, no license; Second ward, W. L.
Stevens, no license; Third ward, J. H.
Hoffman, wet. The city went wet by five
majority. It was wet last year.
OIBBON D. A. Lynch and W. L, Ran
dall were elected on the village board;
against license, 98; for license, 69.
MrCoolt for Municipal Ownership.
M'COOK The entire people's water ticket
was elected here today: James McAdams,
mayor; Frank Traver, clerk; L. Thor
grlmson, treasurer; William Deere, en
gineer; W. A. Mlddleton, councilman,
First ward; H. C. Brown, councilman,
Second ward; Thomas Moore and Lewis
Sulss, members Board of Education. Mu
nlclpal ownership of city water works was
the only Issue. The city will remain wet,
CENTRAL CITY The following officers
were elected today: Mayor, E. H. Bishop;
clerk, C. F. Newmyer; treasurer, Ines
Hord; city engineer, B. W. Benson; police
Judge, M. G. Merrell; councllmen, J. B
White, F. K. Sprague and J. E. Dorshlmer
members of the school board, J. C. Martin
and J. E. Benton. There was but one
ticket In the field, the wet and dry forces
Joining together In one caucus this year
under' the head of the union party. On
members of the school board there was
an attempt to elect E. E. Boyd over J. E.
Benton by using his name on the ballot,
but this failed by a few rotes. Will Free
lacked but two votes of being elected over
J. E. Dorshlmer as councilman from the
Second ward, his name also being written
la on tbe ballot. Central City la without
saloons and continues dry, the question
not being an lssus this year.
Bio Decision 1st Arapahoe,
ARAPAHOE The citizens' ticket, headed
by C. A. Patterson for mayor,, W, H.
Banwell for city clerk, A. E. Dalfemond
for treasurer and J. W. Lewis tor police
Judge was elected by 46 majority. Tbe new
city council will stand three wet and two
dry, with a tie as to the other two candi
dates. The town has been dry the last
year. What the new board will do Is un
decided and will probably have to be de
termined by the hew mayor.
On the proposition to Issue $14,000 addi
tional municipal bonds the vet was 144
for and 73 against, defeating the bonds by
a narrow margin of One vote.
SEWARD L. H. Diers was sleeted
mayor. Ward Mount, city clerk; ' II. H.
Graff, city treasurer; John Marts, city en
gineer; Mart Hulshlser and M. C. Miller,
councllmen. ' Tbe proposition of replacing
tbe hitching posts around the court house
square was defeated by an even 100 votes.
YORK The city election proved to be a
republican landslide.' For mayor, F. P.
VanVV'lckle, 640, Lindstrom, democrat, 237;
Bear, socialist, 136. All the republican
nominees for city offices and counollmen
were elected by good majorities.
KIMBALL Kimball went dry when
Cunningham, Young and Elchenberger
were elected. The last election went wet,
but no saloons have been running. Today's
results mean that pool halls will go out
of business. ;
, C RETS Mayor Dredla, Councilman Cole
and Kckart and City Clerk Novak were
elected without opposition today. No op
position was made In order to continue the
present sewer policy now in progress. The
liquor question was not an issue, the
town being wet.
NIOBRARA Wet W. K. Clark and V,
J. Chavart were elected members of the
town council. There was no saloon fight.
Equalisation of taxes was an Important
IsMite. as whs bontleRBing to Indians.
STELLA -Three temperance trustees
were elected by 14 majority.
OOALLALA Oeallala voted for saloon
license by 20 majority, changing from no
licence. Twenty thousand dollars water
works bonds were defeated by one vote.
Results In Jnhnaon t'onnty,
TECUM B EH Tecumsoh went, dry today
by a majority of thirty-five. The following
city ticket was elected: Mayor, A. P. Fltz
slmmons; clerk, N. M. Davidson; treasurer,
L. M. Davis; police Judge. E. F. Perkins;
engineer, R. C. Gore; councllmen. First
ward, J. C. Bowman; second ward. G. O.
McLanahan: Third ward, G. J. Rubelman.
Sterling and Cook In this county went wet
while Crab Orchard snd Elk Creek went
COLl'MBUB With the exception of the
councilman In the Third ward tke demo
crats elected the entire rlty ticket as foN
lows: Mayor, Louis Held; treasurer,
Walter Boettcher; clerk, William Breker;
police Judge, WlUlam O'Brien; engineer
Charles Wurdcman; water commissioner,
P. J. McCaffrey; councllmen, First ward.
Louis Brunken; Second ward, William
Kurt; Third ward, E. Bergman; Fourth
ward. G. H. Prleb. Charles L. Dlckney.
republican, and L. A. Lachnltt, democrat,
were elected members of the school board.
CH ADRON For mayor: James W. Fln
negan, citizens, 2X2; Dr. D. W. Sperling,
socialist, 1(12; city clerk. George E. Mar
riott; city treasurer, Ernest K. Relkman;
city engineer, Fred 11. Merrltt; police
Judge, F. J. Houghton; councllmen. Third
ward, John H. Morgan; Second ward, Jim
Chaulk; First ward, Dodendorf. School
house bonds and tax carried. For mem
bers of the Board of Education, Benjamin
Locnthal and O. B. TJnthank.
FAIRFIELD Fairfield Is in the dry col
umn by 97 majority. D. B. Potter was
elected mayor; W. E. Underfofler, clerk;
A, D. Baum, j treasurer; C. M. Prickett,
engineer; A. B.. Hopper, police judge.
ghelton Chan are to Wet.
SH ELTON The largest vote polled at a
spring election was cast here today, 257
votes being polled.; Shelton will be wet
next year by seventeen votes. J. F.
Walker and F. D. Reed, were, elected vil
lage trustees. Tbe town has been dry the
WATERLOO B. L. Llnquest, C. X.
Etengleln and J. J. Mohatt were elected
trustees. On the liquor question the vote
was: For license, 38; against, 2t; no change
from last year.
HUMPHREY Result of election: Ben
der. 102; Olmer, 67; Bodewlg, by petition, 63.
FRIEND Frank Hacker was elected
mayor here today. The vote was wet.
HOLDRBGE No saloon Issue. Ticket
composed of wets and dry's elected as
follows: Mayor, C. W. McConaughy; clerk.
8. C. Helllcker; treasurer, L. Grandlund;
city engineer. C. F. Bturtevant; council
men. First ward, W, F. Edwards; Second
ward, F. P. Kronquest. A. W. Dantelson,
C. A. Galloway, Lance Hooper and Charles
Engstrom were elected members of the
school board.1 HoMrege remains dry.
' Beaver 4" Ity la Dry. :
BEAVER CITY The, city election here
resulted in the election of the entire dry
counoil ami ofllc'als.
GILTN En The wets carried the field to
day and George H. Thomas was elected
ST. EDWARDS BL - Edward went dry
by forty-one majority. The vote was 120
against to 78 for saloons.
SCHUYLER There was only one ticket
in the field, tr erHaems' tloket, on which
John F. Arnold was named for mayor,
Al. Kovar for city clerk and John Gaeth
for city treasurer. There was no liquor
question nor any. Sftecial local issue.
BENKLEMAN-J A. McDonald and W.
C. Hansen, license,? were elected trustees,
and O. M. Kellogg, jlcense, and W. R Bar
ger, temperance, were tied. The result of
the tie vote will tie the license question
as two temperance trustees hold over,
The town Is now dry.
HERMAN Dry by seven votes. C. R.
Grey and E. P. Hansen were elected mem
bers of the town board.
ARLINGTON Wet. Washington county
Is In the same position in regard to sa
loons as It has been during the last year;
No Change at Humboldt.
'HUM BOLDT C. E. Nlms elected mayor,
temperance, 16S. and J. B. Davis, license.
161. H. V. Dor land and A. J. Buerstetta
elected counollmen, II S. Hackett, treas
urer, and W, I. Lydlck, clerk. Direct
vote on liquor question, with 170 for li
cense and 151 against. No chaag from
last year. , ,
fAWNtiB-A non-partisan ticket was
elected with no Issue, R, Lipp was elected
mayor; city clerk, John P. Pyle; city treas
urer, Vernon Baa com; city engineer, J. C.
Smuls; police judge, Frank L. Evans; for
councllmen, A. R. Clark and E. L. Stlmson.
DORCHESTER No political Issue. The
citizens' ticket won. the vote being: J.
W. Hyers. 106; W. C. Parker, 9"; Franklin
BUTTON License or no license was sub
mitted Joday to the voters, with the un
derstanding that, which ever way they de
tided the question the mayor and council
would obey their wish. The result was
245 votes for lie nsp and US vote avainst
license. A. B. Lewis received I' votes for
mayor from the citizens' party and Jacob
Bender received 2in votes for mayor from
the Independent party. Councllmen. hirst
ward. A. V. Clark. 1!; Swoond ward. II.
L. Pfelffer, 178; engineer, George H. Bst
msn. M; treasurer, John G. Grless, S63;
elerk. C. M. Brown, S4s. A. E. Stocker,
Christ Rath and Henry Helm. Jr., were
elected membeit of the Beard of Education.
Anbarn Goes Dry,
AUBURN. T. B. Frailer defeated R. M.
Olllan for mayor by 22 majority. Frazler
being the Independent minority candidate,
and Olllan the citizens reform or majority
candidate. W. H. Bousfleld was elected
city clerk. N. F. Horn police Judge, and
C. R. Hacker engineer without opposition.
A. H. Miller defeated Lowell Watklnd for
councilman In the First ward. C. B. Thomp
son In the Second ward and William Wat
son In the Third ward were elected to the
council without opposition. The town went
dry by four majority on the referendum
RU8HVILLE The village election was
the quietest In the history of Rushvllle.
there was no Issue and only 44 votes cast
A. N. Harnum and Adolp l'fisttrcr were
eb-cted to succeed themselves, running on
petltlcn. This leaves the board the same
as In sit er.
While Major nt lllalr.
BLAIU t'oltilcs was hot an Ixsue n the
city Flection held here today, all candi
dates excepting socialists being placed on
the ballot by petition.
Th main fight was between Mayor V.
R. Williams and John F. White, present
county treasurer, for the office of mnym
on a platform for a business administra
tion. White won by 28 votes Oouncll
mcn. First ward. Otto D. Schmidt; Heconil
ward. John Retd; Third ward. E vy.
Schmidt; , Fourth ward, tie between O.
Hoff, present Incumbent, and C. M. Chris
tiansen. W. A. Strode was re-elected city
clerk and C. A. Schmidt, president of the
Blair National bank, was re-elected city
FREMONT George Woli (rep.), defeated
F. r. Lawrence (dem.). by 145 majority.
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