No Request For Vote Recount In Wood River 2nd Council Expected to Can- Returns Tonight vass Without Protest WOOD RIVER, April 19. — Although only two votes separated the two loading candidates for alderman in the second ward In Tuesday's election, no Indication that n recount would be asked had been made this mominj? by the second best man, Ira Carroll. As the council girded Itself for the short vote canvassing session to be held tonight, City Clerk James Foreman had received no petition for « recount, and City Attorney Manning had had no requests for Information on the subject. Tn the second ward, Frank Norrls received 132 votes to 130 for Carroll while Walter Stark and Earl Scot were, close behind In a 122-vote tie lor third place. N'lrria was the only new aldermen elected. Others who await the official declaration of their elections tonight are Aldermen J. C Carstcns In the first, Edwin Burger In the third, and W. A. Orovc In the fourth- schools Fosterburg April The the ihe Fosterburg and the attend. 'Hie m. will and addresses A will team young A. with addition, where Mrs.