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' POLITICAL HIGH SPOTS
Cheyenne, Wyo. Taft's lead
in Wyoming cut to 150. Wilson
may carry state.
Detroit. Women celebrating
granting of ballot in Michigan.
Seattle. Though Roosevelt
icarried Washington, Ernest Lis
ter, Dem., has probably been
Milwaukee. Wilson's lead in
Wisconsin going up.
Cincinnati. Incomplete re
turns indicate that Nick -Long-.
worth has been beaten for con
gress by Stanley Bowdle, Dem.
Hillsdale, Mich. Claude S.
Carney, Dem., elected to succeed
Rep. John M, C. McGrath, Rep.
San Francisco. Ct W. Kings
ley, Sopialist, elected to legisla
ture from Los Angeles.
Topeka, Kan. Gov. Stubbs,
date for U. S. Senate, defeated
by Wm. H. Thompson, Dem.
t Boise, Idaho. Taft carried
state by 2,000 plurality. John
Haines, Rep., elected governor.
Denver. Wilson and entire
'Democratic state ticket carried
Washington. President Taft
returned to workktqday.
Detroit Eight Republicans,
3 Democrats and 2 Progressives
make up Michigan delegation to
t St. Louis. Democrats will
control bbth houses of Missouri
Lincoln, Neb. George W.
Norris, .Progressive Republican,
elected U. S. senator.
St. Paul. Roosevelt carried 1
Minnesota hyfrom 15,000 to 20,
000, Indianapolis. Latest returns
give Wilson lead qf 109,610 in In
diana. Louisville, Ky. Caleb Powers,
famous feudist, re-elected to con
gress. St Louis. City .of St Louis
adopted initiative and referen
dum amendment to city charter.
Detroit Both Democrats and
Republicans claim state legisla
ture. Concord, N. H.r-New Hamp
shire legislature will be Demo-
cratic by 3 votes.
Pittsburgh. Roosevelt car
ried Pennsylvania by plurality of
36,261 votes over Wilson.
Terre Haute, Ind. Eugene V
Debs, perpetual candidate for
president on Socialist ticket, pre
dicted that Wilson administra
tion wquld be awful failure.
Princeton, N. J. President
elect Wilson slept late today.1
When he awakened he jumped in
to gigantic task of answering cor
respondence. Wilson and his wife
will sail for Bermuda Nov. 16.
Phoenix, Ariz. Incomplete re
turns here place Wilson's plural
ity at 7,000.
Socialists, on behalf of Wm. A.
Cunnea will contest election of
Bartzen's followers are going
to drag A. A. McCormick, suc
cessful candidate for presidency
of county board, into courts on
old claim that he is ineligible to
hold office in Cook county.
J. Mahlon Barnes, campaign
manager of Socialist party, en-