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H .AO-rm m SALT LAKE TBXBTlTSIS. m-jiomn December a, 19 J
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IRoosevelt Beat Parker
Total Ballots Cast in 1 904
Was 460,078 Less
Than in 1900.
Hooscvelt .Received 409,822 More
Than McKlnley, and Parker 1,
277,772 Less Than Bryan.
' CHICAGO. Dec. 22. Tho official can-(
vass of the votes cast November S for
Presidential Electors wgs completed to
day when tho result was announced In
Minnesota, North Dakota and Washing
ton The Associated Fro."- is, therefore,
able to givo the first tabla giving tho
official voto of tho forty-flc States. The
total voto Is 13.OS.490. analnst 13.9CS.57-J
In 1900 a decrcaso of 460.07S.
The ballots were divided a3 follows;
Roosevelt, Republican. 7.G27.632.
Parker, Democrat. 5.GS0.054.
Debs. Socialist, S91.5S7
Swallow, Prohibitionist, 200.303.
Watson, People'-. 11-1.637.
Corrcgan. Socialist-Labor. 33.453.
Holcomb, Coiulnental-Labor, 50.
Majorities Over All.
Roosevelt received over all 1.74G.7GS, and
over Parker 2,W7,7S. In 1900 McKlnley
hnd -ICi.WC more than all tho other can
oidates and &S9.9.4, more than Bryan.
The vote for Roosevelt was 109.822 more
than for McKlnlcy, while that for Par
ker was 1,277,772 less then for Bryan.
McKlnloy polled morootcs than Roose
velt In Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky.
Louisiana. Maine, Maryland. Mississippi.
New Hampshire. North Carolina. Scutli
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
Roosevelt cot more than McKlnlcy In the
other thirty-two States.
Parker received 'more votes than Bry
an In Deli ware, Georgia. Mississippi.
Nc-w Jersey. New York. Rhoda Island.
South Carolina and West Virginia, whllo
Bryan got moro than Parker In the re
maining thirty-soven States.
Gains and Losses.
Tho Republicans mado painsover their
vote in 1900 In thirty-two States, and tho
official figures show losses In thirteen.
Tho total trains of the Republicans were
171 (MS. and the total losses 312.219: net
Tho Democrats polled moro votes in
eight Stares than In V$ hut less In thirty-seven.
Their total gains were 30,792.
md tho total losses 1.291.-I91; net loss
Roosevelt carried thirty-two States
ogiinst twenty-eight by McKlnley, and
has 33C electoral votes under tho ap
portionment of 1900. McKlnley had 29
under the apportionment of 1SS0. Micro
having1 been an addition of twenty-nine
by tho last apportionment.
Parker carried thirteen States against
seventeen by Bryan and has WO electoral
votes. Bryan had 165 under the ap
portionment In forco In 1900.
Watson received his largest vote In
Gcorcla, the total of tho Stato, 22.C31.
with 20.C05 In Nebraska, being nearly one-.
third of his aggregate. 111,637. Parker
polled 50,213 In 1900.
Prohibitionists Made Gains.
The Prohibition vole in 1900 was 205,101;
in November 2C0.303; a gain of 61,512.
Four years aso tho Socialists had on
electoral ticket In thlrtv-two Slates and
po'Icd S?,9 votes. This year they hnd
a ticket In foily-flvo States, and tho
Debs voto was 391.5S7. In 1900 over 5000
votes were polled in only California, Illi
nois. Massachusetts. Missouri and New
York. In November Debn got over COW
In California, Illinois, Indiana. Iowa,
Kansas, 'Massachusetts. Michigan. Min
nesota. Missouri, Montana." Nobraska.
New Jersey, Now York, Ohio. Oregon,
Pennsylvania. Utah. Washington and
Wisconsin, the largest number, ($.223, in
Tho voto of tho Souiallst-Labor party
In 1900 was 39,941. This year it was 33.
U3 a loss of GI91 in theso Slates: Colora
do 33o, Connecticut 57C. Illinois 4C9S. In
diana JG95. Kentucky WG, Massachusetts
-350. Michigan 1012. Minneapolis 971, Mis
souri 1S75. New Jersey 260, New York
9127. Ohio tr,3. Pennsylvania 2211. Rhode
Island -ISS, Texas 121, Virginia OS, Wash
ington 1592, Wisconsin Pi3.
Tne Continental-Labor party had ad
herents only In Ullnols reallv Chicago,
where SS0 votes we.ro polled:
Official Voto by States.
Tho following tablo shows tho official
vote In each Stato for the five principal
M cp 0
: o 2. c v c
tn X CT
State. 2 2-5"
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Ala .. 22.472 79.S.17 5.0511 G12 5G
Ark 10, $00 01,421 2.31S 993 l.Sll
Cal 20:,2-G S3, 291 7.330 29.530
Colo 131.0.7 100,105 S24 3.423 4.304
Conn.. 111.0S0 72.909 495 1,030 4.453
Del 23,714 19.300 51 G07 146
Fla 8.314 27.01(1 l.GCC 5 2.337
Ga 24,0031 S3.472 22.631 G55 197
Idaho ... -17.753 1S.4S0 353 1.053 1.949
Illinois . G32.G43 327.C06 C.725 S7.740 C9.22S
Indiana. 3C9,2S9 274.315 2,441 23.49G 12.015
Iowa .. . 307.907 149.141 2.207 11.001 14.W7
Kansas . 210.S73 S4.S0O 0.150 7.215 15.491
Ky 203.277 217.170 2,511 0,009 3.02
La 5.205 47.70S 995
Maine ... 64.437 27.030 333 1.510 2.100
Md 103.4971 '109. 14G 1 3.S34 2.247
Mass.. .. 257.S22 1G5.710 1.2911 4.279 13.591
Mich.. .. 3G1.S0G 131.151 1.159 13.S02 S.9I1
Minn.. .. 216.051 55.1S7 2.103 0,253 11.092
Mlas.. -. 3.147 G3.2S0 1.121 392
Mo 321.447 295.817 -1.220 7.1S1 13.C0S
Mont.. .. 31.302 21.773 1.193 325 5.529
Neb 13S.G5S 51.S76 20,503 G.323 7.412
Nevada S.G7 3,932 344 925
New IT. . 54.149J 33,905 S3 749 1.090
N. Jersoy 243.164 104. SCO 3,705 C.4SG 9.5S7
N. York. $59,533 6S3.9S1 7,459 20.7S7 C0.8S3
N. CaT. . S2.4-I2 121.121 S19 301 121
N. Dak.. 52,559 14,233 163 1.137 2,017
Ohio .... 000.036! 14.674 1,392 19.339 3G.2C0
Ore 00,4551 17.521 7531 3.SCG 7.C19
Pa St0.l9 337,993 33.717 21.SG3
R. 1 41.C05 24.S30 76S 950
S. Car.... 2.271 52.S03 1 22
S. Dak. . I 72.0S3 22.022 1,248 2.903 3.133
Tenn. ... 105.369 1S1.C53 2.491 1.S39 1.351
Texas ...! 50.30$ "K7.220 S.0G2 1,241 2.2S7
Utah 02.444 33,413
Verm't .. 4C.GS2 9.777. 792 S59
Virginia 40.450 S0.03S S59 1.312 21S
Wash. .. 101,501 2S.C93 669 3.229 9.975
W. Va. . 132.C0S 100.SSO 039 I.COI 1.574
Wlscon. 2S0.10I 124.107 530 9,770 28,220
Wyom. .. 20, ISO S.930 20S 1,077
Totals l7.C27.0S2i5.0S0.05l 114,637 260.303 391,587
One Republican elector.
Highest Democratic elector.
Gains and Losses.
The following table shows the gains
and losses of the two parties named. In
the different States, compared with the
Voto of 1900:
Slate. Gain. Loss. Gain. Loss.
Alnbama .. .... 33.1C2 ...... 10.510
Arknn?aa . .. 2,000 1C.51G
California . .. 10.471 35.691
Colorado (.. .. 11,015 ....... ; 22.G-S
Connecticut .. .522 .. 1.0S3
Delaware . .. 1,155 502
Florida 95 1.211
Georgia 1.032 1.722
Idaho .. ...... 20,555 10.931
Illinois :. 175,455
Indiana 33.226 , 35.233
Iowa 99 57.021
Kansas 2I.91S 77.801
Kentucky ,. 21,574 17.729
Louisiana 9.02S C.S63
Malno 99 9.192
Muryland 26.705 12.825
Mass 1S.95G S.747
Michigan . ... 45.597 77.534
Minneapolis 26.190 G7.711
Mississippi 2.C0G 1,574
Missouri 7.350 46.075
Montana . ... 9.019 15,37s
Nebraska . ... 2,007 02,137
Nevada 2.007 ...... 2.394
N. II G2-1 1,584
New Jersey 23.457 242
Now York ... 37,511 5.593
N. C 50.039 31,631
N. D 16,701 C.20C
Ohio 50,178 130.20S
Oregon 13.929 15.SGI
Penna 12S.2S4 S0.231
R. 1 7.S21 5,027
S. C 1.303 5.420
S. D 17 547 17.5 e
Tcnnotseo 15.825 . - 13,095
Texas . .' 70,333 100.2D
Ltah 15.305 ll.KO
Vermont . ... 4,114 3.072
Virginia 09.415 03,442
Washington .. 44.04S 10.733
West Va. ....12.7G6 2.145
Wisconsin . . 14.29S 35.17S
Wyoming . .. 5.972 1.3GS
Totals 732.04S 312.249 30.792 1,291.491
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American farmer is the pTeatcst
H Witt "lan m tlla worltl to-day because
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Saining- in intelligence quite as
rapidly as his products arc iucrcas
nur in magnitude. Our recent
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urcd in money art enormous, yet such
figures sink into insignificance when com
pared to the money, brain and brawn in
vested in agricultural industries. For in.
H a,ncc' tlle farill:r3 f MiniiC3ota and
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for tie Russians
Cznr'Nicholas Decides That Questions
of Administration Are No Con
cern of the People.
ST. PETERSBURG. Dec. 22. Em
peror Nicholas "'formally notified the
country today that agitation for n Con
stitution and the convocation of a Na
tional Assembly Is useless. Such Is the
construction placed upon the Indorse
ment -written. in his own hand on the
resolutions telegraphed by the Cherni
gov zemstvo December 20, begging him
In the most loyal manner to permit le-
uu.v eieeieu memoers ol tne zemstvos
to present a programme of reforms for
his consideration. The Emperor wrote
on the dispatch:
"I consider the actlonof the president
to be presumptuous and tactless. Ques
tions of state administration are of no
concern to the zemstvos, whose func
tions and rights are clearly defined by
The Indorsement is printed In the Offi
cial Messenger this morning, dashing
the hopes of the extremists. It does not
como as a great surprise. The Emperor
from the beginning, although he has
shown himself favorably disposed to
wards a more liberal regime and In en
tlme sympathy with somo of the zemst
vo demands, had resolved not to yield
the principle of autocracy. Upon this
point, It is understood, all his advisers,
Including Interior Minister Svlatopolk
Mlrsky agreed, but the character of tho
agitation which followed the meeting of
the presidents of the zemstvos and the
action of various provincial zemstvos
and municipal councils, coupled with
the recent demonstration at St. Peters
burg, Moscow and elsewhere, probably
served to strengthen the hands of tho
reactionaries and convinced the Em
peror of tho Imperative necessity for .a
plain-spoken announcement of the sov
ereign's position upon the main point.
The reactionaries undoubtedly regard
the Emperor's action as a distinct vic
tory for them. Nevertheless, the con
ferences over the reform measures
which will be taken are still In progress
at the Tsnrskoe-Selo palace, and will
shortly be published.
What the Immediate effect of the Im
perial rebuke administered to the Cher
nigov zematvo will be' Is problematical.
It may only serve to fan tho flames and
used by the revolutionary organizations
to Increase the agitation and in turn
compel its repression.
KILLED AT DALY WEST,
Workman Struck by Cage, and Falls
200 Feet to Death.
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. Utah. Dec. 22. Failure to
heed repeated warnings was the cause of
tho death of Charles Erlckson at tho
Daly "West today. Erlckson was working
on tho 600-foot level Ho got too far Into
tho shaft and was struck by the cage and
fell -00 feet, to tho 700-foot lovol.
Erlckson'a neck was broken, hla head
and shoulders crushed, death belnc In
stantaneous Tho victim was about 25
years of ago and a native of Finland. Ho
haa been In Park City but a short time,
and nothing Is known as to his relatives.
The remains are at Richardson's under
"West Virginia Lawyer Killed.
HUNTINGTON, W. Va.t Dec. 22. I.
E. Christian, a leading corporation law
yer, wus shot and killed at Oceana to
day by Ken Canterbury, who escaped to
the mountains. A posse Is In pursuit.
Canterbury operated a blind tiger, and
has been Indicted through Christian's
Seven Foreigners. Smothered to Death.
BOLIVAR, Pa., Dec. 22. In a tiro that
originated In a shanty at tho pit-mouth
of the coal mlno of tho Recs-Hammoiil
Brick company at Garfield today, seven
forolgnora wcro smothered to death and
two Americans were probably fatally
overcome. Tho fans drove the smoke Into 1
the mine. Many miners escaped. '
Today Buy Christmas Fursl
Most delightful of presents are furs. And a collection is here to satisfy the most exacting tJll
! skin coats with absolute guarantee. Persian lam b coats, and the ncarseal. Beside, no end ofSI
; the new shape sciirTs, made of all the good kinds o f furs. These several splendid offerings f0T Jm
and tomorrow X
At $3J5 Reduced Prom $5. Fox scarfs made of one whole" skin, claws M
tails on each end. 9
At $6.50 Reduced From 57 and $9-50. Large size fur scarfs m liht M
dark colon, made of whole skins, with four claws and bunch of tails on the enfcj
I At $11 75 Reduced From $17,50. Breok mink scarf and muff scarf in nefl
est shape, with eiht marten tails. S
Were You Thinking of Giving a Dress or Skirt Pattern!
Here Are Some Up to $15 for $4.95 . 1
P As choice a lot as you or anyone might wish to select. Every kind of fabrics, every color. Some aid jfl
t terns for skirts; others for whole dress. Plenty that were regularly priced SlO.aO, $12.85, $9 C5. $11. ?la and a tin nfl
at S16 GO. Better chance you could not have. Today a choice of any for $4.95. H
Tonight-Japanese Crepes That Should Sell for 60c 1
a Yard 25c I
i Seven places red, black, navy blue, heliotrope and Parslval blue grounds, strewn over with Jlowero ar.i jfl
' real Japanese designs. A delightful lot we bought only a short time since. "Will make Into perfect Japanese kkH
Intended to Sell at 60c a Yard M
Tonight, 6 0' Clock Until 9:30 25c 9
I Today Choice Lot of French Stag Articles, 75c to 10.50 Eacho3
Third Off . I
! There are whisk brooms and holders, ink wells, smoker sets, thermometers, shaving mirrors, fancy clockvB
' cracker" corkscrews, manicure pieces, brush, comb and mirror sets, all outfitted with French stag horn and uH
: some enough for anybody's present. Regular prices. 75c up to $10.60 each; today 0JE - THIRD TAKEN CH
Today 75c to $5 Match Safes Half Priced 1
f Made of gun metal, sterling silver and German silver. Many very handsome designs. Sold until non-atHiB
$5 each; today HALF THESE PRICES.
I 10" Hand Bags 25c n
j atetjeoher only. "J1" Today while thoy last 25c.
Today 75c So $1 Embroidery Scissors 40c S
A very charming little present do these make. Pretty embroidery sclssorg, with sterling silver handle -Hi
; regularly at 75c to $1 each, today 10c tiL
TodayMen's 35c Fancy Hosiery25c a Pair ' m
Many In this goodly lot of half hose are the season's choicest coloring In stripes and figure designs.
sts n,u accePtablc ones. TcKuy am omorrow ' ntCU C 3C Par .... !-
: Today-Pay Less Than Regular for the Finest CaliforniS
' Dried Frails on the MarKet i
Tho "Golden Poppy Brand," which is the synonym for California's choicest of fruits, dried so carefully and
; fectly that none of the flavor Is lost, and with proper cooking will equal almost tho fresh. jfltj
Sold in Ten-Pound Boxes Fancy Prunes Alone, im
Prunes and Apricots in a Box, Prunes and Peaches, S
Prunes and Pears. Today and Tomorrow 75c and $1.10 a Box, K
Venezuela Must Explain.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 22. Announce
ment was malo at tho Stato dopartmont
today that this Government, has for the
second tlmo called upon Venezuela to ex
plain the arbitrary expulsion from that
country of A. F. Jaurette. n newspaper
man at Caracas. The first explanation
offored by President Caatro was alto
To Curo a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggusts refund tho money if it
falls to cure. E. TV. Grove's signature
Is on each bos. 25c.
Negro Jockey Kills Burglar.
SEATTLE. Doo. 22.-Ed. Smith, a negro
Jockey, shot and killed an unknown bur
glar In tho Maple Leaf saloon at Van As
solt at 2 o'clock this morning Smith was
sleeping In the saloon and was awakened
when tno burglar entered through a win
dow. Smith Ilred at tho burglar, tho ball
entering the body Just above tho nlpulo
nnd he died, forty mlnutea later.
So much , goo.In.ess cl wells
in a little dry leaf I
HAVEN FOR POLYGAMISTS.
Russia Permits Plural Marriage If
Person's Religion Authorizes It
ODESSA. Dec. 22. Tho question
whothcr Jcwh are prohlbltod by their re
ligion from contracting plural marriages
has boon raised In tho case of a man
named Cronsteln. convlolqd of polygamy,
owing to his taking advantago of tho Rus
sian law which recognized tno legality of
plural marriages where the religion of the
contracting party authorizes It.
Cronsteln appealed, alleging that al
though tho praqtice was discontinued In
Western countries, tho Jews were follow
ing tho teaching of Gershon as authorized
by tho Talmud, and tho patriarchs, I
David, Solomon, etc., and that the prac
tlco i wno now followed by tho Israelites
in the mountains of the Caucasus. Tho
court allowed tho appeal, and summoned
a rabbi to glvo expert testimony.
Court-Martial for Dreyfus.
PARIS. Dec. 22. It is officially re
ported that the Attorney-General who
has been examining the Drevfns case
has decided to recommend a retrial be
fore a court-martial. Thla, it is added
Is subject to the approval of tho Court
of Cassation which meets In February
Earl Takes Out Haulage licB
noux Paget Howard, Ear' 01
Berkshire, today took o''8 fm
to marry Miss Marguerite "JK
a daughter of Mrs. JU
a sister of Lady Curzon. "JK
will be solemnized in tM CIV