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of railroad commissioners provided for......1893 C. H. Sheldon, Republican, elected governor......1894 Prize-fighting in the State prohibited......1895 Andrew E. Lee, Populist, elected governor......1896 United States Circuit Judge A. J. Edgerton dies......Aug. 10, 1896 [John A. Garland appointed successor.] The board of regents of education according to amendment of State constitution controlling all State educational institutions, Charles N. Herreid, Robert H. Haira, H. H. Blair, H. L. Hough, and F. A. Spafford appointed......1897 James H. Kyle elected United States Senator......1897 Constitutional amendment providing for a State dispensary system adopted......1898 First Regiment mustered into the United States service......May 12, 1898 Woman suffrage defeated by an adverse majority of 4,008......Nov. 8, 1898 Act carrying into effect provisions of constitutional amendment relating to initiative and referendum passed......1899 Andrew E. Lee, Popu