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K4.itiu'-.rii lor i...i UikI H.f new 0tg4iii4!ion rnl.rc.l ilik lor lh minr. lrm m ilatjr.l h ..uiiiiiitriit .i..iiii4.irr at non i'i l'if my Kiiiiuil l l-; lit ni itr ni nr4Mfr Ivrtmr ji. l ' II, I lin'lfi..f 11 wrtif I ldtl Mh Tt t'4UCU. Tllf f'MI- Ir.tf.l iiii-ii.Ii ol tin ktluM.l.lfit n ltlNr nl lOiii'filnirii Iii4ri, rliiinii4inig , A lrr ! I10111 ' f urigfii n. rullf i. (.ringing l!if 4 r. nf4rly tlie fnlitf voting tltrligth ol I .a tin., il, liouiv .li.h. Ki-!he "y ,, c '1 1 4tiu i!il, I rnir,l .4l.ur miMn anl Ynll.u' (lil iti.Ulil!C( 4 I4lll.4'gll lo liinM 4 icirr4iiin 4rk 4ml wiiii ii'iiij p.M'l. I mi' ny nf loo iiiikIi tts li iVitr.l id r.K.iii..ii t.4.ty at Out tunc 'I h miiii irK4in4tin Irici) llir n minting mxi iur iUJin. I.ttf llir tn!ru .Uiil' kll.tMfl llul tliry l lil-nl In sliuiililrf 4.IiiIioimI I4r 4t,ih prrrijl tntit, I lie le lr.it i ili i.-iic 1.4111 a ls "ir 1 v University Place Beats Annexation I.im'oln, April 5. 'Hi nlitrlian Icitn i. I'tini riMty I'l.u. 4t of Nrl.r.ik.i Vslr'4ii nnivriiy, vo. iiiiivcly ytr(lay ag.iint annexa tmii to l.iiuoln. Nrarly romplct. but itnottii'Ml returns lmw the ratio to l nr.irly two to (.n. The city oi 1 incoln took no part in the contrst. The town p( Hot liany. where is I. cateil Cottier collrKe, voted strong ly in favor of annexation, lint will le drh.irrcd Irotn consolidation with the city because it is not contiguous territory, University I'Ure lying I't tween Lincoln and Itcthany. Some of the election results follow. Seward J. K. "Swanson. cashier of the First National hank, elected ivayor with practically 110 opposition. Mil ord A new school board selected which is committed to a strong athletic policy in the high school. Hickman A nonpartisan board of village trustees chosen. Sunday Bascliall Banned ly 11 Votes at Tccumsch Tecumsch, Neb., April 5. (Special Telegram.) The contest in Tccum sch yesterday was on members of the school board 'and the playing of I ascball on Sunday. D. W. Hurst for mayor, W. J. Dcveucy for clerk, I . M. Davis for treasurer, and A. 1. Taylor for engineer were re elected without opposition. If. S. U.'-a vv as I lentil 11.11. lUtl 'l Kit council in the ! irst ward, Charles Dickenman in the Second, and Jay I.. Jobes in the Third Ward. A. N. Defoe and E. C. Hedrick were elect ed members of the school board and the playing of Sunday baseball was defeated by 11 votes. The total vote was the largest ever cast in the city. Sunday Baseball Wins in Election at Neligh N'cligh, Neb., April 5. (Special Telegram.) The important features m the city election held here yester day were those of water extension bonds and Sunday baseball. The bonds carried by a big majority and Sunday baseball received a majority of five votes. The following can didates were elected: S. D. Thorn ton, mayor; Wyman C. Graves, city clerk; S. I. Nics, treasurer; C. E. Eubank, engineer; Ben Brodersen, councilman First ward; A. E. Gray biel, councilman Second ward; T. C. Kirk, John V. Lamson and Fred I'cnn, board of education. Dr. R. P. Gilligan Elected Mayor by Voters of O'Neill O'Neill, Neb., April 5. (Special Telegram.) Dr. R. P. Gilligan was elected mayor of O'Neill yesterday. John Gallagher was elected city clerk; C. P. Hancock, treasurer; J homas Birmingham, councilman First ward; George Bay, Second ward; Mike Johnson, Third ward. The onlv contest was tor school oard. No candidates had filed and names had to be written m. The Woman's club slate, Miss Anna O'Donnell and Charles B. Scott were elected. Defeat Park HoiuN Mifltoti, Xfb., April 5. (Spii4l.) 'hflioii oir turned down tht porpo.itum ftulttmttf'l the election hild lire to vote $5.0-0 bond lor th purpose ol l4tid for a city park. Tool lull l'retirt carried by lh largest majority ver gin licrc. The voters Uo approved ol Sunday night picture shows. A total of i7i votes were cast. R. II. Ileityen, J. P. Mosre and T, 0. Tritt were elected members ol the village board of trustee and John Kayback and George C. Web ster were elected on the board of education. Sunday Baseball Wins. I'llgcr. Nfb., April 5. -.Special Telegram.) At an election today thi village voted. IJ4 to 40, in favor of Sunday baseball. H. C. Cooptr and Robert Larson were elected members of the town board and James Dot and Robert Brandt were selected for the school board. Cook Wins at York. York. Nch. April 5. (Special Telegram.) The city election held yesterday was a very riuiet one. George S. Cook was elected city tteasurer; C. H. Warner, councilman. First ward; J. V. Barnett, Second ward; John Ault, Third ward. The proposition to purchase Parks' park and pay $8,000 for it was defeated almost two to one. Sterling 0. K.'s Bonds. Tccumsch, Neb.. April 5,Spe cial Telegram.) The proposition to bond the village of Sterling. Johnson county, in the sum of $J8,000 for a new system of waterworks was car ried yesterday. Friend Election Friend, Neb., April 5. (Special.) The following officers were elect ed at the city election: Mayor, C. E. Bowlby; clerk. V. C. Hagelin; treasured. II. E. Nunemakcr; coun cilman first ward, R. B. Wood; councilman second ward, Charles E. Rhynalds; members board of educa tion, Mrs. Edith W. Tcale, D. C. uincr, niii men ate can.iniat's, i i.ik fK. lie wieeeenii ,Mr. ,M4g iihjfit ! the (miliary, for th olfi-jgie Ihifark, (uistnii.tci. lor a nuin c they now (ill by appointment. j her nl ear. "Urnfm ertf KKU0G0S. sitf r full tur KKL' LOGO'S, ut ru4 curt Via . f i mat i wtU r p5 'Sit Over word for it! yodUxmerlnm howdettdota CarnUdkes can be till you eatKellogg's Positively the most joyously good any-time-cereal any man or woman or child ever put in their mouths! Such flavor, such crispness! Such big sunny-brown Corn Flattest Bow you'll relish a generous bowl-filled-most-to-overflowing; and a pitcher of milk or cream! Never was such a set-out! Never did you get such a universal vote as there'll be for Kellogg's Corn Flakes! Big folks and little folks will say "Kellogg's, please, mother r ' Leave it to their tastes and yours! Prove out all we say! . For, Kellogg's Corn Flakes are a revelation in flavor; a revelation in all-the-time crispness! Kellogg's are never tough or leathery or hard to eat ! Insist upon KELLOGG S the original Corn TOASTED CORN FLAKE? Flakes the kind GREEN package! in the RED and Nil i I 4T MMBM MM MM 4WIa W M M ' M Mil mi U V3 CORN FLAKES AIm mkars of KELLOGG'S MUMBLES d KEUOGG'S BRAN, cooked aaJ kraaoU 0)0 TIM f Vote Street Carnivals Out at Aurora ; Large Vote Cast Aurora, Neb., April 5. (Special Telegram.) T. M. Scott was elected mavor of Aurora yestcrdav by the decisive vote of 657 to 199 for Ed R. Williams. The proposition to pro hibit the holding of street carnivals was carried by a vote of 592 to 235. The election called out the largest vote for years. Return to Council Kearney. Neb.. April 5. (Special.) Kearney is scheduled to go back to the councilman form of govern ment after six years unde;r the com mission system. At a special elec tion, held today, the commission form was defeated by more than tw-o to one, only one ward giving it a slight majority. Crete Mayor Unopposed. Crete. Nch., April 5. (Special Telegram.) Frank Kobcs, the only KINDLING LEAN & DRY Sold Only by Load Have a Full Stock of Fresh Mined Coal A. W. Bonner KE 0084 17th and Sahler HE day we sold our first piano in Omaha, just 63 years ago, Farnam street was such a muddy rut that even horses had an aversion to it Omaha was the outpost of civilization and a piano com pany a rather precarious venture and for a time was more of a gamble than an established fact. Steady work, worth-while products of the highest quality and a fair deal to all make the Schmoller & Mueller Piano Company a suc cess. Our company stands today as the oldest and largest music house in the middle west its goods being sold all over the United States. Every article sold by us is guaranteed, many for 25 years. Make it a point to visit our new building the next time you want anything in regard to music. Remember This the Only Store Where You Can Buy New Steinway, Steinert, Hardman, Steger & Sons, Schonacker, Emerson, McPhail, Lindeman & Sons, Behr Bros., Schmoller & Mueller and Premier Pianos. "Everything in Music from a Mouth Harp to a Steinway Concert Grand All on the Easy Terms Which Have Made the Schmoller & Mueller Piano Company Famous. Sckolier&nkclkPiamGi 4gjMi!Wt- ... .L UH HWB-Dodk St . - OhmU Gar New 4-i'tory Building. S T E I M W AjT PIAHOS f j Jut Et ol the " S Potolfic on Dodge St. uf - From XAbroad Post Haste from the fashion iH-utcrs of the world ninny beautiful nnd unusual things are nr. rivinu daily now from the corps cf Hrartdcis buyers who have been abroad mak ing personal selection of the cream of European markets. "Shopping in the Markets of the World19 is pouring into this store a Btrcam of lovely things with that undeniable old world charm a perfection in the details of workman ship, a harmonious blending of colors and originality in design that is indisputable. Black and White Is the Edict in Jewelry Necklaces of jet and crystal show smart combinations and designs often finished with a graceful pendant tas sel. Triced 1.00 to 10.00 Cordelieres for Madame are very distingiushed looking. Their heavy black silk cords carry combinations of jet and pearls those with pearl tassels being especially hand some. Priced N 5.00 to 15.00 Earrings show the most ex treme designs pendant hoops swing on tiny strings of jet and pearl or in an other design, tassels of pearls dangle in a most irresistible fashion. Priced 5.00 to 15.00 Handkerchiefs Are a Little Different Over There French Kerchiefs have tiny' colored borders hemmed by nimble French fingers. The centers are white with col ored block designs forming deep borders. All colors. Priced, each 75 Not Silk Hose But Aristocratic All the Same Silk Lisle Hosiery can be aristocratic. You'll not be lieve it, perhaps, Jill you have seen them, but they are so fine it's hard to believe they are not silk. Such a quality has not been seen on the market since before the war. Extraordinarily taste ful designs are shown in lace stripes, clocks or lace boots. In black, white or cordovan, plain hose, pair 1.00 Lace designs, pair 1.25 m MA Present From Abroad Uri'iisUt by a fricinl Uu lias' just returned from a ht to indnts of interest in the oM world." Kvery worn. loves to make a lxvist like that, ami every woman can make it, fr the "Lookout in the Foretop" never the 'friend ahi-onil," n well annt home, of the Jlramlels .Store customer. The operation of (hi system, in tlisooverinjj many buying oportunitie in the foreign markets which were taken advantage of by the corps of buyers who recently iiml huropc, has brought to our euSfomers not only thr charm ami romance of Kuropcau handiwork, but aIm the advantage of Kuropcau prices. A visit to our various de partments showing the first arrivals of the new merchandise will convince you of the truth of the lirandeis slogan "WHEN YOU 'BUY IT AT BRANDE1S' YOU SHOP IN THE MARKETS OF THE WORLD'' J. L. Brandeis & Sons Thursday- Extraordinary Sale Distinctive ORES SES Elaborate or Tailored Models for Dinner, Afternoon or Evening Wear yy Values Frorii $5k Designed and Made by New York's Finest Dressmakers These dresses are of a character rarely found in a sale offering. Many of the dinner gowns are heavily beaded, sleeveless models with ba teau neck and narrow graceful panels flying loose at the side. Dresses with matching capes, often in two colors. Elaborately embroidered street models with sleeves of contrasting colors, perhaps. Still others rather simply styled with more restraint in the decorations, The materials include Crepe Romaine, Georgette Chiffon, Canton Crepe, Satin Faced Cantons, Paulette Crepe and Veldette, in the most wearable of the n ew Spring Shades. Sizes 34 to 46, with plentg of large sizes Second Floor West Miss Oliver of New York City is here to show you exactly what the Boyshform Brassiere will do for your figure. There is no charge for her personal attention in fitting any Boyshform brassiere. She will be in our Corset Department all this week. Third Floor North