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and 40,000 votes
ceived four years ago, in spite of the
fact that more votes were cast.
City of Chicago Complete Returns
For President Hughes, '222,986
men; 135,150 women; total. 365,030.
"Wilson, 211,639 men; 130,051 wom
en; total, 341,690. Benson, 21,747
men; 6,684 women; total, 28,431.
Hanly, total, 1,283; Reimer, 970.
For Governor t)unne, 220,512;
Lowden, 217,981; Stedman, 25,395.
For State's Attorney Hoyne,
224,028; Miller, 116,176; Cunnea,
TWO ARE KILLED IN ELEVATOR
CRASH AT FLORSHEIM CO. ,
Two were killed and probably 13
were Injured , many of them serious
ly, when an elevator dropped from
the sixth floor to the basement at
the factory of the Florsheim Shoe
Co., 541-571 W. Adams St., this
morning. The men and women in
the car were going to their work.
Wm. B. Herrick, 615 Wrightwood av.,
operator of the car, was severely in
jured: The dead: Louis Harmon, 40, 920
S. Leclaire av.; S. Newbauer, 25, ad
MILWAUKEE SOCIALIST RESULT
National Socialist headquarters in
Mid-City Bank bldg. talked with Vic
tor Berger over phone in Milwaukee
this morning and heard these are "So
cialist results in Milwaukee
. Gaylord for congress ia defeated.
Berger's election is in doubt Two
state senators and seven assembly
men elected to legislature.' W. A. Za
bel elected district attorney and
Robert Beech sheriff.
Reports from Minneapolis are that
Thos. Van Lear, Socialist, is elected
by large majority. In Terre Haute,
Ind., Debs loses seat in congress by
Mrs. Amelia Miller, 616 W. Madi
son, arrested on charge of selling
JiQLUor without license.
less than he re
ELECTORAL VOTE OF STATES
New York, Nov. 8. On the basis
of returns collected by the United
Press up to 2 o'clock today the 29th
general election so far shows the fol-v
lowing result in the electoral college:
Arkansas .... 9
Colorado .... 6
Florida ...... 6
Maryland .... 8
Connecticut .. 7
Delaware . .. 3
New York . . .45
N. Hampshire. 4
BENSON IS SATISFIED WITH THE
SOCIALIST VOTE IN COUNTRY
Yonkers, N. Y., Nov. 8. Allan S.
Benson, Socialist candidate for pres
ident, declared today he was well
pleased with the vote apparently
polled by his party yesterday. He was
especially gratified at reported re
turn to congress of Victor L. Ber
ger and the election of other Social
ists to the house. Benson was rest
ing at his home today, having return
ed from a transcontinental speaking
tour only yesterday.
Nebraska . . 8
N. Carolina.. .12
North Dakota 5
S. Carolina .. 9
Washington .. 7
Wyoming .... 3
New Jersey . .14
Rhode Island. 5
South Dakota 5
Vermont .... 4
West Virginia 8
New Mexico. . 3