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VOL. XLII NO. 124.
OAEAIIA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER J), iOl'J-'nVENTV PAGES.
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VOTE IN CALIFORNIA
TO BE PROTESTED By
Roosevelt Has Lead of Seven Hun
dred, with Seventy Small Pre.
cincts Not Reported.
ONE T. R. ELECTOR SCRATCHED
Wallace, Who Heads Ticket, May Be
Defeated by Voters.
MANY CORRECTIONS IN COUNT
Final Disposition of Votes May Go
to the Courts.
DEMOCRATS CLAIMING FRAUDS
Stnte Central Committee Offers Five
Thonsnnd Dollars (or Evidence
In Erfry Cane Lending to
SAN. FRANCTSCO. Nov. 8,-Wlth sov
onty small precincts to hear from tho
vote of California on prcsldentl its as fol
lows: Roosevelt, 281,369; Wlson, 280,618.
Roosevelta plurality, TBI. These totals
were compiled today from corrected Of
ficial returns from tho county seats. The
Beventy-nlno precincts remaining unre
ported are all In remote regions. It Is
probable that the vote of many of them
will not bo known beforo the official
Not all of the Roosevelt electors, how
ever, may have won. Tho' name of Lieu
tenant Governor Albert J. "Wallace, which
headed his electoral ticket, was scratched
by many voters, presumably becauso of
his course In commuting tho death sen
tences of murerera whllo In acting gov
ernor. ' In many Instances It Is said "Wallace's
name was actually penciled off tho bal
lot. Attorney General Webb has rendered
un opinion that such ballots were thereby
Acting upon this opinion, the democratic
managers havo announced that It tho
final returns lcaye Roosevelt. still in tho
lead they will challenge the vote of Los
Angeles county, where the progressives
rolled up their heaviest plurality and
whore "Wallace ran behind tho other
in T.nif nctnrnn.
"Wilson and Roosevelt alternated In tho
lead early In tho day, when the distant
mountain nrnclnctH began to stragglo In
.bringing with them many surprises In
)i tx'v nt rnvnrals from CXDected re
sults. Toward evening -Roosevelt began.
io ufttw uii ma w...o t- la
mented by several corrections of totals
from county seats', based upon complete
nil nfHrini returns.
Tho final disposition ot Callfornlns
thirteen electorial votes may do ueraueu
"Democratic managers. In
tho announcement of their determination
to challenge the Los Aangeles county
vnfn in im fivent of a Roosevelt victory
on the Informal count, declared their
action based not only on the alleged
rmmHnir of nrocresslve ballots invalidated
v.. nnrii srratnhp3. but on alleged errors
and Irregularities of republican Judges of
election In excluding vaiia aemocruuo
'nevrnrd for Finding Fraud.
James D. Phelan and Rudolph Spreckcls
authorized the democratic state central
committee lato today to offer a reward
of $5,000 to anyone supplying evidence
leading to the conviction of any person
on a charge of perpetrating election
frauds. According to the terms of the
offer, this reward will be paid for each
Tho wiiin discrepancy In tho complete
returns from Los Angeles county as com
pared with the earlier raturns-a change
that wiped out an apparent lead of ap
proximately 6,000 voted for ."Wilson In
Iho state-'was duo In ,part to a switch
in the method of tallying the popular
rote. At tho outset, the record was made
up from the vote cast from the head of
each electorial ticket. Later, when It bo
came apparent that many progressives
had not voted for Wallace, the first
Roosevelt elector, progressive leaders
demanded of the county clerk a recount.
In which a vote cast for any elector In
the progressive column was tallied as ft
vote for Roosevelt.
INDIANA MAN CHARGED
WITH MURDER OF FATHER
GREENFIELD, Ind., Nov. S.-Charged
with shooting and Willing nis lamer, uv.
A A. Stuart, aged 6S. at Fortvtlle. near
here, last night. Guy Stuart, his son. was
placed in jail hero today by Sheriff Jesse
Cox. Reports that the son had confessed
to the shooting were denied by the aher-
You didn't seo the shooting, did you,
Guyr Sheriff Cox said he asked the
prisoner, who replied: "I wouldn't tell
you If I dtJ " Co3C wld tnat was tno
only reference made to the crime.
Dr. Stuart heard some one at the back
door Just after he had gone to bed. He
began an Investigation and sow a man
running down the back yard. He called
on the man to stop and his answer was
a bullet. Dr. Stuart declared It was not
Ha son. with whom he had had trouble,
who ma t shooting. Dr. Stuart
widely known physician. The prisoner U
3" years old.
For Nebraska-Fair, moderate tempera-
tUFor lowa-Falr, slightly cooler In east
C a. m 41
6 a. m 42
7 a. m
8 a. m 41
9 a. in 43
10 a, m.
11 a. m
1 p. m
2 p. m
3 p. m
4 p. m
5 p. in
6 p. RI
7 p. m.
8 p. m , 53
Lineup of Parties
in Lower House by
the Latest Returns
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
HOUSE Or REPRESENTATIVES
Districts unreported 13
Total membership 433
Tho foregoing shows tho standing ot
the house of representatives In tho
Slxty-ihlrd (new) congress. The total
of 2S4 gave tho democrats sixty-six more
than the SIS necessary for a mujorlty
and fifty-four more than tho democratic
membership lh the Sixty-second congress
ship. Dem. Rep. Pro.
Alabama 10 10 .. ..
Arizona 1 1 .. ..
Arkansas 7 7 ..
Maine . 4
Mississippi ...i 8
Montana ; ' 2
Nobraska ..." 6
New Hampshire 2
New Jersey 12
Now Mexico 1
New York i 43
North Carolina 10
North Dakota 3
Pennsylvania 3K 9 21 3
Rhode Island 3
South Carolina 7
South Dakota 3
Utah 2 .. 2
Vermont 2 .. 3
Virginia 10 0 1
Washington 6 .. 2
West Virginia C 4 2
Wisconsin 11 5 0
Wyoming 1 .. 1
Totals 435 2S4 120 13
Districts In doubt: Washlncton. 3:
Pennsylvania, 3; Massachusetts, 3; Kan
sas, 1; Nevada, 1; North Dakota, 1.
Illinois Moosers May
Get a Senator in a
Peal With Democrats
CHICAGO. Nov. 8. Sufflclont demo
cratic strength in' tho Illinois legislature,
to enable that party to elect, two senators
tp succeed Cullum and Lorlmor appeared
as a possibility today with the Increase
of democratic votes from southern coun
ties., Though returns were so slow that
neither party would risk a deflnlto pre
diction, the democrats wcro hopeful that j
late, results would give them seventy-1
seven representatives and twenty-soven
senators, a total of 101 one more than a
majority on Joint ballot.
Tailing short of a majority' the demo
crats may find themselves compelled to
appeal to the progressives for considera
tion, which might give the progressives
an opportunity to name a United States
senator for the short term.
Medlll McCormlck, a progressive wheel
horse. It was said today might get his
party's backing despite the fact that
Frank Funk, defeated candidate for gov
ernor, has announced his candidacy.
Governor Wilson's plurality In Illinois
continued to mount today as returns from
the perclncts missing last night filtered
in. Twenty-four scattered returns gave
a net gain of 1,831 votes to the president
elect and Increased his known lead over
Theodore Roosevelt to 16,873. Only seven
teen precincts remain In the uncounted
Sue the Officials of
the Miners' Union
CHARLESTON, W. Vo., Nov. 8.
Seven suits asking damages In tho aggre
gate of $750,000 havo been filed In the
federal court for tho southern district of
West Virginia araliist nnn.rnsMpnt nt.
fleers of the United Mlno Workers of
America and In the circuit court of
Kanawha county against local officers of
tho miners' union by coal companies
whoso mines wcro closed by tho strike
In the Kanawha coal fields.
The plaintiffs charge unlawful Interfer
ence with the operation of their mines,
Intimidation of miners and destruction of
The defendants Include President John
P. Whlto of the United Mine Workers of
America. Vice Presldont Frank J. Hayes,
Secretary Edward Perry, Charles Venetta
and D. Davis of Illinois, A. R. Watklns
and Marco Roman of Ohio, Charles Bart-
ley and D. A. Trantton of Missouri,
Robert Gaffney and William Diamond of
Michigan, Frank Ramage and George
Hardgrave of Indiana.
Taken from Jail and
Hanged by a Mob
STEELE, N. D., Nov. 8. Georgo Baker,
In the Kidder county Jail here, charged
with the murder of his wife and father-in-law,
Thomas Glass, was taken from
his cell today and lynched by a mob. It
Is the first lynching. Jn North Dakota
within a decade.
One week ago Baker returned from
California where he had been living and
where his wife had preceded him by
about two weeks to Dawson, N. D. En
tering the home of Mr. Gloss he opened
fire, killing both his wife and father-in-
law. The shooting Is said to have been
the result of family trouble.
Baker was rushed hero at once, the
feeling In Dawson running high and
every attempt made to protect him, but
mob of fifty men overpowered th
sheriff and deputies and taking Baker
from the jail hanged him within the city
limits. No arrests have been made thus
TO STORM GATES
Report from Vienna Says Informal
Negotiations for Surrender of
City Are in Progress.
BREAK IN THE LAST LINE
Several Forts in Line of Tchatalji
UNITED STATES SENDS WARSHIPS
Tennessee and Montana Go to Pro
teot Citizens of This Country.
RUSSIA IS ON WAR FOOTING
Csnr DccIiIcm to Hold Alt Timr-Kx-
Iilrrd Soldlera In Army Until
Next Hnrlnir Greeks Will
VIENNA, Nov. 8. Informal negotiations
for the Burronder ot Constantinople have
been already entered upon, according to
the correspondentcibf the Relchspost. with
the Bulgarian nfmy. He adds that the
Bulgarians hope tho fall of the Turkish
lino of forts at Tchatolja will be slmul
taneous with the capture of the fortress
Tho correspondent adds that the Turk
ish troops havo boon roputsod from the
principal points of tho Tchatalji line, the
fall of which Is expectod Immediately,
Tho Turkish advanco posts on the right
wing opposlto tho fort of Dellyunus have
been captured already by Bulgarian
troops belonging to the third column and
their posts form excellent bases for
pushing home attacks op tho other lines.
According to prisoners, the correspond
ent adds, Typhus has broken out In
Adrianople and is causing great devasta
tion nmong tho defending force. There
are already several thousand cases of
sickness and horrible tales are beard of
tho trouble arising from tho lack of
doctors In tho besieged city.
In splto of numerous losses there are
still 40,000 to 00,000 men encaged' hi 1 the
defense ot tho city, and although there
ore sovoral Turkish healers In tho city
there is not a single doctor who has re
ceived a European education.
Although tho Turkish aro physically
strong and habituated to privation, hun
ger and illness aro doing more damage
than Is tho enemy.
The commander of tho Bulgarian In
vesting force Is fixing bis attention on
tho complcto encircling of the city and
he does not contomplnto making a forced
conquest of tho fortress.
United States iienda Waranlpss
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Two big ar
mored cruisers, tho Tennessee and the
Montana, have been given rush orders to
proceed to Turkish waters to look after
tho interests of American citizens.
Tho first disposition 'of,, tho State de
partment has been to refrain from send
ing any American worships to the Boa
phorus, for the double reason, that their
appearance might be taken as an evidence
of American' participation In. the great
political questions Involved in the pres
ent Balkan war and Its settlement; also
that so rapid has been the progress of
the war that probably tho ships could
not reach Constantinople In time to be of
Slnco tho president's return from Cin
cinnati, however, and aftor a conference
with tho State department officials, the
fact was demonstrated that American
naval vessels could bo employed a placos
of refuge for American citizens In Tur
key In caso of general anarchy or tho
oxlstonco of conditions of disorder,
beyond the control of tne mllitaiy com
manders on both sides. Thero Is ample
precedent for doing this without laying
the government open to tho charge that
any political piirpose is to be served or
that there Is an intention to Intervene
between the belligerents, even to the ex
tent of participation In nn international
naval demonstration beforo Constantino
ple. The Tennesseo and Montana are sister
ships of 14,500 tons displacement and are
among tho speediest largo vessels in the
navy, being rated at 22 knots.
Tho new rovenuo cuttor Unalda, Cap-
,aln Crlsp' a lno vessel of i.100 tons, with
, a crew of seventy men and a buttery of
three-inch guns, Is today at Port Said,
at tho western entranco of tho Suez canal,
and may bo recalled from Its voyage
through tho Redf sea to California to
servo as a refuge for any distressed
Americans In Turkish waters. It Is said
that it can reach Constantinople, it di
rected to do so, in tho course ot two or
Concert Badly Oat at Tune.
PARIS, Nov. 8. The two groups of
European powers known as the triple al
liance and the triplo entente, which to
gether compose tho so-called concert of
Europe, found themselves today badly
out of tune over the rupture between
Servla and Austria on the question of
Servian access to the Adrlatlo sea.
With Ruaala leading, France and Eng
land are Inclined to support the Servian
claims on which Austria-Hungary, en
couraged by Germany and Italy, appar
ently has placed a direct veto.
Among other bristling International dif-
(Continued on Page Four.)
From tho New Tori
GOYERNPR JOHNSON ELATED
Declares Great "Victory Has Been
irr l iv Li -n j
vyon uy rrogresmye. .rany.
SAYS REPUBLICANISM: IS DEAD
Declare Fight Warn Not Directed
Asalnat Tnft, but Airnlnat tho
Principle of the Party.
He Slnnila For,
"The progressive party has won the
greatest victdry In tho history of politi
cal oi ganlzatlons of tho United States,''
said Oovornor Johnson of California, tho
defeated candidate for vice prusldent on
the bull nioosu ticket. Tho governor was
u pasBengor on tho Northwestern-Union
Pacific on his way homo from tho east.
"Whllo we did not olect a progressive
to tho offlco of president, wo have put
upon Its feet a party that is to enduro
for all time. When you stop to consider
that two months prior to tho election, tho
progressive party had no identity as a
party und that on election day our can
didates for president nnd vice president
wero second In tho number of votes so
cured in electoral college, and also sec
ond In the? Hat in tho number of popular
votes cast, we havo mado a moat ro
Foundation la I.nld.
"Our party Is not going to die. nor let
run to seed. The foundation for a great
party is laid, and from now oti we are
going to spread tho gospel of reform
fron? ocean to ocean and from tho Brit
ish lino on the noith to the gulf on tho
south. We havo the prlnclplas to work
for and to work out and four years henco
we will sweep the country.
"The republican party Is a dead one.
It has ceased to exist and hencoforth
there will be but two parties In tilts' coun
trythe progressive and tho dcmocratlo,
the latter working along lines separate
and distinct from thoso of tho pust and
SlmiKhterud by Friend.
"Toft should have carried more states
but tho troublo wau thut ho whb slaugh
lered by his friends In the fear that Col
onel Roosevelt would be elected."
WILL BE DEPORTED
SAN DIEGO, Cal., Nov. 8.-Robert Gos
den, Industrial Worker of the World
agitator, who has been In the local Jail
awaiting deportation since last February,
has been taken north In charge of Immi
gration Inspectors, to be turned over to
the Canadian authorities. Gosden, who
claimed he was a Canadian subject, was
tried here and found guilty of an assault
on' a patrolman, being released on proba
tion. Immigration officers then a, treated
him aa an undesirable alien and, ordered
POLICY OF SILENCE
NEW TORK, Nov. 8. Colonel Roose
velt motored to New York from Oyster
Bay today and vlnlted his editorial office
for tho first tlmo since tio was shot. He
ad that he had adopted a policy of
silence and had no further comment to
make on the election. Ho was feeling
fine, he said, and had almost forgotten
thore was a bullet In his chv
"WHEELING, W. Va., Nov.8.-Folluro
to sc.ure flguros on tho result of the
voting In McDowell county, tho homo of
Dr. II. D. Hatfield, republican candidate
for governor, brought out, tho prediction
from democratic leaders horo today thut
Thompson, democrat, had been elected.
In tho estimate of tho state's vote Mc
Dowell county had been crodltM with a
iilurnlltv of 4.000 tar Hatfield, but not n.
V precinct has boon reported and demo
crats voro clulmlnfc this morning that
there was something moro than a possl
MHty of an 'Vin break there, in which
event Hatfield's plurality In the stuto
would bu wiped out and tho official count
next week would be required to decide
not ulono tho governorship, but tho re
mainder of the stuto ticket.
The democratic state committee has
been Informed of tho cloae voto for gov
ernor and steps are "being taken In every
county .to insuro fairness when the offi
cial canvnsB of tho vote takes placo next
Bandits Take Large
Sum from-Mail Oar
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 8.-Loot of
140,000 1h said to havo fullcn to bandltH
.who robbed a south-bound express tyi
on tho. Louisville & Nashvlllo railroad
ut Bloinit Springs early today. Thoy
entered tho null! cur, awed tho clerks by
a flourish of revolvers, took posMessloti
of several registered mall pouches, then
blgnallcd for the engineer to stop the
train and escaped In tho country a few
mllon north ot Birmingham. Posses ore
on their trull.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. 8.-Clerka
working In the mull cap of a LougyllIe &
Nashville train which was rifled by two
bandits north of Birmingham reported
to llostofflco Inspector Breunon that
they did not believe much money wus
taken. Ono of tho clerks, James M.
Chamberlain, said tho robbers appeared
dlssutlsfled after their search ot the mall
bugs and compelled Chamberlain and an
other clerk to give up their pocket cash
and watchos. None ot the train's pas.
sengers was molested. '
Another prize contest for
the home-made variety.
Come on into the game
You can pick 'em as well
Prize book worth a dollar
to the three best each
Just write on pleco of paper
with naino and uddrosB and mall
to "Daffydll Editor, Tho Beo,
Omaha." Contest starts next
. 1 -
WILSON CONTINUES TO GAIN
Uncertainty as to Illinois nnd Cali
NONE HAS THE POPULAR VOTE
Minnesota, Goes for tho Colonel
Mukea Gnln of Twelve Kleotora,
but Loses Twenty-Nine
NEW YORK, Nov. 8.-Uncortnlnty ns
to tho electoral cholco of California und
IlllnolN as developed by belated returns
from both states, was tho chief point of
Interest today, although tho counting of
ballots In several doubtful states still
was undor way.
That Illinois Is safely In the Wilson
column was Indicated early in the oven
lng, but California, which had been
claimed by the democrats shortly after
the closing of the polls, wavered for a
short time toward the progressive ranks
Tho Wilson plurality, howover, early in
the ovonlng again started upward as re
suits camo in from remote precincts
which are uaually democratlo and th
Wilson lead seemed safe.
After apparently holding Illinois for
nearly forty, hours from the tlmo the
polls closed. Colonel Rooaevelt lost Its
twenty-nino electoral votes lato In th
day, ' when tho assembling of statewide
returns showed a definite victory for
WIInoii I.osea l'onnlne A'oe.
On tho strength ot Incompleto returns
as to tho popular vote for Wilson, Roose
velt and Toft the ostlmata was mado to
night that Governor Wilson would not
have a majority of all votes cast.
In ' many states the popular vote has
been only roughly estimated thus far,
but the reports indicate that the com
blned vote of Roosevelt and Taft.wlll be
approximately 1,000,000 more than the
voto for Governor Wilson.
The figures will be materially changed
by tho final count, but It Is expected tho
proportion for each candidate will not
Tho preliminary count gives Wilson ap
proximately 46 per cent of the voto;
Roosevelt, 29 per cent, and Taft, 5 per
cent. The total vote thus far reported Is
leas than In J 90S, while official returns aro
expected to bring It above these figures.
In 1903, out of a combined vote of 14,00.
KS cast for Taft and Bryan, President
Taft received overVi per cent.
Reports from Minnesota today con
firmed the claim of Roosevelt to the
twelve electoral votes of that state. Tho
Wilson victory claimed on tho earlier re
turns had become doubtful last night as
the count progressed. Latest returns to
day with many precincts still to be
heard from, gave Roosevelt an apparently
The victory for Wilson In rew Hamp
shire did not carry with 1c control of
the state legislature, where the repub
licans again have a majority on Joint
ballot and will dictate tho selection of a
United 'States senator.
Itohy Held Not Guilty.
ABERDKRN. H. D.. Nov. K.-In
cnHO.of tho state airalnat w. it wi,.-
charged with embezzlement of II7.00U from
tho South Dakota Formers' Elevator
company, while acting as manager, the
Jury roturned a verdict of not guilty to.
duy. The defense was that Roby lost
money in speculation for the company.
TEACHERS WIND UP
This Year's Attendance is Largest in
the History of tho Nebraska
REGISTRATION REACHES 6,800
Meeting Closes Last Evening with a
Big Meeting in Auditorium.
VISITORS ARE WELL PLEASED
Unanimous in Expressing Apprecia
tion of Hospitality of Omaha.
SCORES OF MEETINGS ARE HELD
Klnc Wraitlirr Prcvnlls Thronithoiit
tho Convention Darn nnd Hvcrr
liuily linn llrcn Plrnsnntlr
Tho biggest convention Omaha ever cn-
tnrtalnod tho teachers of this and neigh
boring stntoft-closcd with a program
In tho Auditorium last night. Tho regis
tration reached 5,300 nnd It Is estimated
that at loast 1.000 others are visiting horn
with the teachers. Tho registration Is
1,700 lu excess of the attendanco at am
other convention held by tho state
Teachers nro unanimous In expressions
of appreciation for tho entertainment
thny havo received, llotols havo nil boon
crowded and 1,200 havo been furnished
rooms In rostdotvee districts.
Scores of meetings havo boon held dally,
prominent educators from nil parts ot
tho nation, havo spoken and amusements
havo been generously provided.
Kino weather has prevailed throughout
tho convention and tho program was so
carefully worked out that there havo
Ikvii no conflicts, no hitch In tho proceed
lug, und no vacant chairs at any sec
tional or general soBlon.
IIsh MhIIukIi Tnlks.
SIIbh Ko A.'McHugb, principal of the
Oinaha High school, In iui address Thurs
day nftcrnoor beforo tho high Bchool
division of tho Nobraska Htato Teachers
association, advocated tho devolopmrut
and disciplining of characters nnd tho
innktng ot men In tho high schools.
rnthor than tho creation of commercial
This was Miss McIIugh'B first public
address since sho becamo principal of
tho Omaha High school, Hlio spotia from
the experlcnco of long service, durltiK
which sho has studied tho development
of character In boys nnd girls and had
concluded that tho highest aim of tlm
profession should bo to so discipline uid.
instruct the pupils that ther would Uajv.
school with a strong, distinct and uprln 1
character not fitted, merely, to canr if-'
Blio said It would naturally follow that
the student who had received a proper
training tondlng toward tho building ot
a righteous manhood nnd a virtuous
womanhood would ba cnpnblo ot stand
ing at least shoulder-level with the crowd
and winning a way. ,
C. II. Cornel! of Lincoln discussed econ
omy In tho purchase of school supplies
and Dean Charlos H. Judd uddressod
tho section on tho subject, "Teaching
High Hchool students How to Study."
Notes of the Convention.
Lulu Wolford of Pawucn City, who l
attending tho convention, says she Is. hav
ing tho Ulna ot her Ufa hero and says
thero uro moro real teachers In tho Htato
of Nebraska than lu any other stato In
W. Walpolo Bell of, England, who in
stopping at tho Rome hotel, says he novcr
saw so many good-looking schoolma'amn
In Ids life. Ho lir thinking ot sending
his children to this country fur an edu
cation. Over 300 btudonts from Beatrice Joined
their teachers In Omaha and took lu tlm
gamo between Oiiulia and Beatrlco High
schools for tho stato championship at
Miss Emma Hughes of the Wayne High
school In strongly In favor of Omaha tov
a pormunent meeting place for tho Nei
braska Stato Teachers' association.
Miss Ruth Watcrhorn of Fremont, who
Is one of the prominent figures at tho
meeting, can't sea anything In Omaha
that Is not tho best over.
MIsh Allco Crazier of tho Union I Huh
school Is going to stay In Omaha over
Sunday. She Just "hates to leave Omaha."1
N. T. Stackdalo of Chadron favors
Omaha for tho 1913 meeting.
Mrs. Ullzaboth A. Smith", neo O'Llnn.
of Chadron, elected first vice president of
tno biate Library association at Lincoln
hist week, 1b In attendanco at tho teach-
ers' association this week. Also vIMtlni,"
friends and shopping. Mrs. Smith belnjt
an ex-teacher and being the deleent
from tho Nebraska Woman's clubs to
tho National Educational covontlon last
July, she keeps In touch with all educa
tional matters. Sho says she finds
real work and less politics In the Ne
braska than tho national association.
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