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REPUBLICANS CARRY BLUFFS
Dr. M. B. Snyder i Elected Mayor
by Majority of 104. ,
COUNCIL LIKELY REPUBLICAN
Schneider, Democratic Candidate
for Solicitor, nml flpetmnn, Ilenin
crnt for Kiifflnerr, Aw
Winner In biufta Utectlnn.
ttr M. p. Snyder (rep Mavor
Louis XV. Schneider (dm.) Solicitor
Krank T. True (rep.) Treasurer
John F. McAneney (rep.) Auditor
Ji. K. Spetman idem.l Engineer
Thomas Bowman (dem.) ..Assessor
)'srk commissioner (long term) (In doubt.)
l'afk commissioner (short term)
It. II. Huntington
(J. J. Harding rep.)...AIderman-at-large
XV A. Stone (rep.) Aldernian-at-large
CITY COUNCILMEN. A
J XV, Kelley (dem.l Klrst ward
A. W Hubir dro..i.t"8c0nd:ward
I. N. Mlnnlck (rep.) Third ward
B. Ganoude (dem.). ttr4
O, llochmon (rep?) Fifth Ward
W. c. Boyer (dcm.i............ Sixth ward
Dr. JI. B. Snyder republican candidate!
for mayor pf Cpuncll , Blufa, defeated
Moyor Thomas Maloriey In tho city clec
tlon Monday by a majority of 104.
Dri Snydtr received 2,(90 votes and
Jlayor Jlaloney 2.483.
Tho republican victory came after one
of the hardect fought elections held In the
Bluffs in years and wan the cause of
great rejoicing among the members of
the tfarty who were welded together with
eomfnori Merest and fought great
With the republican mayor there la In
all probability a republican council. For
elderraen-at-large, O. J. Harding, repub.
Ilcan, and W, A. Stone, republican, won
sweeping victories. Tlied,fmueratr,-lctfl
to the council J. w, Kelly hp iho 'First
ward, B. Qanoude In thn Fourth, W. (3.
Boyer In the Sixth. 'ji
In tho Third ward, I. N. Mlnnlck ha
a majority of four votes on the 'face of the
return,' with about twenty:flve disputed
balloto yet to be disposed of In case of a
contest It Is altogether probable that he
In tho Second ward there was a clou
race between n. H. Williams, republican,
and iA. XV. Huber, democrat, for .the
eouneil. Huber, at a lato hour, nosed
out ahead by a small majority.
The council will stand 4 to , with a
republican mayor presiding.
Louis W. Schneider, democrat won
over D, E, Stuart, republican, for solici
tor by a majority of 100.
Frank True, republican, won for treaa
urer, over Chris Fetersen, democrat.
John F. McAneney, republican was re
turned to tho office of city auditor.
K. E. Spetman, democrat,, waged a
hard and successful flglit against C. B.
Beynolda for city engineer and came out
with a lead of 100.
The result on park commissioner was
not counted either for tho long or short
terms at S o'clock this morning, but
Huntington was certain of the short
term. Andy Qraham vab running behind
Frank Petersen for (he Jong term,
Thomaa Bowman, democrat, will h the
wlnwr for city assessor over Frank C.
Biker, republican,- nlker having given up
Only op the head of the tleke.1 were the
figures available at ? o'clock this morn
ing, the count being slow and Involved In
many of the precincts and the results
being Indicated before the entire city vote
Open Season for
Fish is Now Here
The open season on fishing starts to
day and ever angler In Omaha is
making elaborate preparations to caitur
a few of ihe finny species this spring
and summer. Although the fishing In
and around Omaha Is limited the anglers
hava begun to, buy new llpeo and hooks
na i ues ana omer paraphernalia pre
paratory to Invasions of some of the fish
Infested streams tf the surrounding ter
ritory The eeason on bass opens today
a'eo. the time having bttn advanced
one month this year,
Wolf Killed JVear Stella.
STELLA, Neb.. March af.-(Speolal.-A
big gray .wolf was Jrllled on the T.' K.
Edwards farm northeast of Stella yes.
terday morning. Wolves have frequently
been heard In that neighborhood the laft
Made strong and
well m a ftw days
fttbwit a surgical
pcratlon nr loss of
Urns, our work is
rusrunteed. Call at
Pis Wray 4 Uaia.
Flock of Dupks
Ed Hennesey, commercial agent of the
Rock Island, returned Monday night from
Pohuyler, where he went to look Bfter
some contract freight business.
While out along the Flatla river, south
of f-'chuyler Mrs. Hennesey had several
thrilling adventures and a corresponding
number of narrow escapes from severe
personal Injury. As Is always his custom
when h goes out along the Platte on
business, Mr Hennnsey took nlong a shot
gun, and It was well thnt he did Upon
this occasion. As he was calmly and
quietly pursuing his way along the river
bank, flock after flocx of ducks sought
to attack him. Viciously and with malice
aforethought the ducks flew at him In nn
effort to strike his eyes nnd blind him,
nnd It was only by shooting at the psy
chological moments that he was enabled
to drive the birds away. , Before getting
dut of hb snaro that was apparently laid
for hlm.'ha succeeded In kllllnK twenty
of 'the attacking ducks,
j Mi . HennVsey'rays the fllglil fcf ducks
along thn Platte la- the Kreatest he has
aver seen and that they seem' more
f 6'rdcloUs Ihls spring than' over bofore.
They likewise seom bent upon waging
.war. upon, people passing along and carry
AUTO SALESMEN ARE
A BUSY LOT THIS WEEK
i' " i
H. O. ncchtmeyerfor-ioveral years In
charge of the Studcbnker order depart
ment, goes to western Nebraska Immedi
ately as a traveling salesman for thl
same company. Hlsroaltlon will be filled
byCjarlia,(Cook. who has been ljls as
sistant fof fr years'- In the order de
partment . . .'
W, H. Taneyhlll, who has been In
charge of tle Ctujiebaker contract depart
menu at .Detroit, will arrive In Omnha
this week to accept a travellnr salesman
position under the Omaha branch of the
C. XV. Hurlburt. at present with the
Studebaker Atlanta, Gn., branch ns a
traveling salesman, will arrive In Omaha
before the end of lha month to travel In
western Towa for the Omaha branch.
A. I. Phtlp, sales manager for the
Btudebaker corporation automobl'o divi
sion, will be In Omaha tlls week and
spend a few days with Manager Keller.
HIGH SCHOOL FIXES
SCHEDULE OF GAMES
Coach Mills now has the schedule made
out for base ball this spring and also
for foot ball next fall. The Omaha High
school has a harder schedule ahead of
It than In any prevlous'ycar. Coach Mills
feels confident that he wilt be able to
produce the best team In the state from
the material of the different class teams.
The foot ball schedule also looks hard
for the team next year, and It looks as
though the high school will have to tight
for the championship. The schedule for
tho games is as follows:
April , O. D. K.'a: April 22. School for
tho Deaf: May 2, Oakland; May 0, Ash
land; May IS, Tekamah; May 16, Her
man; May 24. Wohoo; May !9, Outrirle
Center; June 6, Shenandoah, la.
Foot ball games haw been scheduled
with the following ' teams: Crelghton.
Hastings, York, Btoux City, North Platte,
Lincoln. Des Moines, Chicago.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
OPENS THE SEASON
SAN FPJVNCISCO, Cal., March 31.
The Pacific Coast base ball league opened
Its season today with three gamea be
tween the six clubs composing the league,
at Han Francisco, SacrAmento and Los
Governor Hiram W. Johnson pitched
the first ball In the game as Sacramento
between tho Portland champions of 191
and the Sacramento team
President A. T. Baum said today he
believed the league was as strong as any
Of Its daM In the country and that he
looked for the best season In Its history.
Now ball parka were opened last year In
Oakland and Venice (Los Angeles county).
Ban Francisco followed suit this year.
WILL ASK MAGNATES TO
DIVIDE SPRING RECEIPTS
ST. LOUIS. March Sl.-Leo Magee. loft
fielder for the St. Louis Nationals, and
Becond Baseman Pratt of the St. Louis
Americans today will request the man
agers of the two teams to divide with
the player the receipts of tho spring
series. They will base their request on
the claim that some of the men play be
yond their contract time In order to take
part In tho fall series.
Norfolk lloa Nut ofrr.
NORFOLK. Neb.. March . -(Special l
The Norfolk Country club golf courao
saw a .new record aeore ret yoiterday
when C. H. nostra made the emir In
' ono under bogev. Bocera came to Nor
1 folk recently from Cnlcato. where he
i a Tilf parti-- f 'tV F-ina He
expected to put Norfolk on the map In
the Netraska murnatneat this year
Copyright, ISM. International
NEGRO WOMAN IS LYNCHED
Marie Scott Hanged to Telephone
Pole at Muskogee.
IB TAKEN FROM JAIL BY A MOB
Shi Wnn Aceourd of Killing Lemuel
Peace, n White Man, by Driv
ing n Knife Into Ills
ML'flKOOEE, Okl March Jl.-Marle
SCott, a negro woman, who Sunday night
killed lemucl Peace, a young white man,
by driving a knife Into his hart. was
taken out of the Wagoner county Jal,
early today and hanged to a telephone
pole. Thn mob, w'alch was masked, over
powered tho Jailer, a onarmd man.
threw a rope over the woman's head and
dragged her out ot the Jail.
A knock at the door aroused the sleep
ing Jailer. A voice outside said an of
ficer was there with prisoners. The Jailer
opened the door and faced twelve re
volvers. He was bound quickly, his keys
taken from him and he was thrown Into
Polled from Cell.
The mob then pulled the" screaming
woman from her cell, tied a rope about
her neck and dragged her to a telephone
pole a block from the Jail. An hour later
the sheriff cut down the body.
Marie Scott last Sunday morning
stabbed Peace to death when he, with
other young white men had gone o the
negro quarter of Wagoner.
The, county attorney started an Investi
gation of the lynching within an hour
after It happened.
.Wife Murderer Lynched.
VSANTA KB, N. M..-4Iarch.A81-Adolfo
Padll.lii. charged with killing ilsk'VlfeSat'
urday by cutting her throat with n rasor,
was dragged from tho coUntj' Jail here
"early today by a mob of twenty masked
men, his hands and throaty slashed with
tiharp knives, his lungs punctured with
atab wounds, and left lying In the street
In front of the Jail. Ho d'ed At 11 o'clock,
after doctors had spent three hours'ssw
ing up his wounds.
None of the mob has been Identified.
Tho city and county are being1 scoured
for members' ot the mob.
JETTER'S OLD AGE ROLL .
2,871 IN METROPOLITAN
Following are last nlcht'a scores In tin
Flve-rnen leaders: '
Jetter's Old Age 2.811
Pete Lochs i 2,757
Brodegaard'a Crowns 3.75K
Pender All Stars..., ..........2,234
Stlno and Hoffman ..1,121
Lytlo and McDonald 1,103
Teal And Riccoy l.vn
Brandt and Andersen 1,03)
o. Hoffman &32
Teal . i J0
STAR ATHLETES OF W. U.
MADISON. Wis., March 3l.-Three of
the state university's star athletes have
temporarily, turned evangelists, It was an
nounced today. A deputation team, con
sisting of "Tubby Keeler, All-American
guard; Walter D, Powell, foot ball cen
ter, and J, F, Macholka. a base ball star,
have begun trips throughout Wisconsin,
talking to high school boys on the mean
Ing ot college arid the necessity ot lead
ing clean, Christian lives.
MEMPHIS SHUtTo"uT THE
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. March SI. Llebhardt
and Steele, pitching for the Memphis
Southern league team, were effective to.
day against the Cincinnati National
league "regulars," Mmphls winning. 4
toO. Score: . n.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 8 0
Mfentyhls .. 4 10 io
natterl's; Rowan. Ames. Adams and
Clark, von Kolnlbe; LUbhardt Steele
SOX LOAN YUMA .TW.0
PITCHERS AND WIN GAME
YUMA, Arlt.. March ll.-The Chicago
Americans defeated the Yuma base ball
team here- today. 11 to 1. Chicago loaned
Pitchers Johnson and House to Yuma
for the game. Score: n.H.E.
Chicago 11 12 0
Yuma 1 S 3
l)attrie: Bussed, Jasper and Daly;
Johnson, House and Barnes.
, Glnnta 4ii :d Form.
HOUSTON. TeY. March 29.-The New
York Nationals defeated the Houston,
Texas league club today, 11 to 1 Merklo
stole four base. Score' B.H.E.
New Tork 11 9 5
Houston 2 S I
Batteries. Marnuard. Fromme and
Meyers. McLean: Malloy and &. Allen.
Ilnll tlneatlnn at Tlrnnlnsr.
BRttNINO. Neb.. March 3t.-(8rclal.l-
i The Sunday base hall question will be
J voted iwi here at tho vl 'e election n
' nrM 7 The troJre will undoubtedly
OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, T9U
Federal League Now
Has Nine umpires
CHICAGO, March 31. Ed fcoeckeT was
added to the Federal league staff of urn-
phea today by President Ollmore. making
nine arbitrators. Goeckel made a good.
reputation on locat seml.professtonal dla-J
monds last year,
R. B. Ward, president of the Brooklyn
Federals la expected In Chicago tomor
row to settle with President Weeghman
of the local club the disposal ot Pitcher
Tom Scaton. No difficulty Is expected
In arranging the dispute, according to
President Thomas of tho Chicago Na
tionals, over the telephone today, learned
from Charles P. Taft at Cincinnati that
no bid for Cub stock had been received
by the latter from Herbert S. Mills of
Athletics Have Easy-
Time with Quakers
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. March 31. The
world's champion Athletics had an easy
time of It today In a game with the uni
versity of Pennsylvania at Shlba park,
winning 14 to 4. The American leaguers
hit the ball to all parts ot the field and
took a long lead early in the game. Score:
Pennsylvania 0 3000000 14 6 5
Philadelphia 0 6 0 4 3 0 0 1 14 15 I
Batteries: university of Pennsylvania,
Weed and Schwert; Philadelphia, Bush,
Durning and Bchang. Iapp.
CUBS MAKE FIFTEEN HITS
FOR FOURTEEN RUNS
TEBBE HAUTE. Ind -March 31. Stack
pitched nine Innlnga for the Chicago Na
tionals and shut out Terre Haute today,
while the Cubs made fifteen hits for four
teen runs. Williams made four hit. Score:
Chicago ,...14 IB 0
Terra Haute... 0 6
Batteries; Chicago, SfaCk and Tyree,
Hargrove; Terre Hanto, Helronlmus,
Paynter, Haynta and Fisher, Johnson.
TIGERS BEAT CHATTANOOGA
BY ONE TO NOTHING SCORE
OHATTANOOGA, Tenn., March 31. -The
Detroit Americans won a brilliantly
fielded game from the Chattanooga
Southern league team today, 1 to 0, Score:
Chattanooga 0 3 1
Detroit - 1 4 1
Batteries; Chattanooga, 81 1 lie. Turner,
Ostendqrf and Graham. Street: Detroit.
CovelcsKlo, Main and Stanage, Baker.
GIANT REGULARS WIN FOUR
STRAIGHT FROM HOUSTON
HOUSTON, Tex., March 31. The Ne-w
York National regulars made It four
straight from the Texas league cham
pions by defeating Houston today, 4 to 1.
Houston ... t 9 3
New York 4 8 0
Batteries, Houston. Napier, Clark. It
Allen and S. Allen. Kltchlns; New York,
Fromme, Hern and McLean.
BALTIMORE. March ll.-The Phlladel
phlaa Nationals defeated the Baltimore
Internationals today, 3 to 0. Score:
Philadelphia'. S 11 0
Baltimore , , 0 3 1
Batteries; Philadelphia, Jacobs, Alex
ander and Burns; Baltimore, Morrlsott,
Cottrell and Egan. Umpire: Mattel.
Another big wrestling match has been
booked by Manager Charlie Franke tor
his Kniff theater. This time It Is Rouel de
Rouen, the rough-house Frenchman, and
Jess Westergaard. Both men have been
been In Omaha before and both ar
known to be top-notchers at the grappling
game- The date Is April 9.
BRITISH H0UPAY RESORTS
ORGANIZE A BQOM CAMPAIGN
LONDON, March 31. A conference was
held at the Guildhall, London, when the
Federation of British Health, and Holiday
Resorts, ot which the duke of Argyll Is
president, John Hinds, M. P., chairman.
Captain Albtrt Larking, secretary of the
Earllg Closing association, treasurer,
and Evan R. Davlos, town clerk of Pwll
hell, secretary, waa successfully Inaugu
rated Th obltcts of the federation are
tn popularixe health and holiday resorts
In the United Kingdom among British
holiday mskera and to draw a larger
number of foreign visitors to th country
Efforts will also be made to extend the
short holiday period. No less than sixty
towns were represented and have already
becorna affiliated, and an extensive
scheme ot advertising In America and on
the continent will b undertaken. Tho
government will also be urged to offer
facilities for passing a measure empow
ering a rate to bo levied for advertls'ng
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
LIST OF I0WANS NAMED
TO GO TO SAN FRANCISCO
DES MOINES, la., March 31. Announce
ment of the completed Iowa delegation
which will go to San Francisco this week
to select and dedicate a site at the Panama-Pacific
exposition, was made today.
The official members of the party are:
Governor Clarke, Justice Horace E.
Deemer of the supreme court ot Bed Oak,
and Ora Dllllama ot Del Moines.
The representatives chosen by the com
mercial clubs of the cities ot the state
are: Ralph Bolton, Des Moines; E- A.
Kingsbury, Waterloo; W. G. Haskell,
Cedar Rapids; George Haw. Ottumwa;
Charlea F. Curtis, Clinton: O. M. Olson,
Fort Dodge; F. E. Keeler, Mason City
George W. French, Davenport.
The party will assemble at Omaha Tues
Relief for Agonizing Backache
No need, friend, to suffer from the frightful pain of acute back
ache, lumbago, rheumatism or sciatica. Just get a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment lay it gently oh. (no rubbing required) and tec how
quickly it soothes and quiets, bringing rest and ease to aching,
twinging nerves and muscles. But be sure to get the right lini
ment there's no substitute for Sloan'?. "
Croup or Colic
for Girls' Club
Talked in Chicago
CHICAOG, March 3t The erection of a
girls' club building, with a "spooning par
lor," was discussed today by the com
mittee of women, appointed by Mrs. Pot
ter Palmer, former president of the Board
of Lady Managers ot the 1S93 world's fair,
to dispose of approximately 2100,000 gained
from the sale of souvenirs during thn ex
position. Mrs. W. P. Conger suggested the girls'
club, where members could meet their
men friends. Mrs. Palmer herself advo
cated the building of a lodging house for
young women, until told that plans of a
city Institution of this kind are already
good for '
Headache' .4 Neajalls -
.Stiff Nock, ate.
Mr. J. XV. Stewart. ltl Chapel St. Clncin
nsU. O. writes: I hid been suffering with
sciatic rheumatism for fourteen month and
had used eTerythlng I erer heard of. I bena
to think there was no help for me. bo t hearing
of Sloan s Liniment, bought one t$c bottle,
nsed It, and got relief in three days. I hare
csethrea bottles and nertr fait better In my
Mr. John Patnxm, lit Bulder St, Atlanta,
O., writes: I fell and hurt my back and It
pained a rood deal. I used one bottle of your
Sloan's Liniment and It stopped the pain. It
Is tho best I ever used." '
M all riealsrs. Price, 25e SOs. ami $1.00
Bit EARL S.SLMM, Inc. Boston, Mats,
18 THERE anything In the world that looks
more contented than a good cow In a
Yes, there is one thins that looks more
contented, and that is a good farmer in a
good field of wheat or corn. For he has the
human Intelligence to appreciate the great
harvests that the earth can yield.
People are learning their lessons these
days. People who have starred In the city,
on meager, unwholesome food. People who
have starved their minds with meager, un
wholesome Uvea are learning the lesson that
only the earth can teach. In every his city,
every Sunday, thousands upon thousands of
them swarm out through the railroads and
the trolley lines to some little suburban
woods, or some nearby farm heavy with the
burden of Us yellow harvest.
Perhaps you have not yet caught the spirit
of this movement toward the land. Perhaps
you are already too near to It to appreciate
how good it la.
But Just remember this, the thing which
all these other people missed is the thing
which ypu are going to miss some day. The
longing which they now have Is the longing
which yon are going to have before you die.
And the sooner you get that longing and
the sooner you satisfy it the better for you.
A little land is the thing you need most In
Turn, to the Farm Lands advertising in
the Want Ads of this paper. Do It now. See
how easy it 18 to own & bit of land, especially
with the easy payments that are usually of
fered to you. Answer some of these ads, and
mention The Bee, please, each time you do
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