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PROHIBITION ADDS SOME NEW
STATES TO ITS LIST
Prohibition has increased its list
of 19 dry states to a possible 26 as a
result of the national election with
the admittance of Nebraska by a ma
jority of 25,000, Michigan 70,000,
South Dakota 20,000, Montana 1,000,
Alaska by a vote of 2 to 1. Florida
and Utah have been added to the dry
list on the face of a telegram re
ceived at the Anti-Saloon league
headquarters .here today.
Two years ago Utah voted dry. It
was vetoed by the governor and
again taken up by the legislature.
The governor and legislature elected
in Utah are overwhelmingly in favor
of prohibition and it will be passed
in the first session in January.
Florida's newly-electel legislature
will also bring prohibition to that
State Sup't F. Scott McBride of
Illinois received a telegram from
State Sup't D. M. Gandier of the
Anti-Saloon league of California
that the second amendment, which
stops the sale of liquor and which
will abolish the saloon in that state,
was passed by a large majority.
The first amendment, which pro
hibits the manufacture and sale of
liquors, it was said, is doubtfuL
.COOK COUNTY WINNERS
State's att'y, Maclay Hoyne, Dem.
' Recorder, Jos. F. Haas, Rep
'Circuit clerk, A W. Miller, Rep.
Superior clerk, J. Kjellander, Rep.
Coroner, Peter M. Hoffman, Rep.
Assessor, full, term, George K
Schmidt, Rep. N
Assessor, vacancy, C. Ringer, Rep.
Board of rev., E. R. Litzinger, Rep.
Surveyor, Harry Emerson, Rep.
President sanitary district, Chalres
H. Sergei, Rep.
Sanitary trustees, Charles H. Ser
gei, Rep.; Matthias A Mueller; Rep.;
Jas. H. Lawley, Rep.
Circuit judge, R. E. Crowe, Rep.
Superior judge, Jos. Sabath, Dem. j
MINNESOTA MILITIA VOTE MAY
St Paul, Minn., Nov. 9. "With
2,136 Minnesota militiamen's votes
cast at the border and not expected
to be counted before next Tuesday,
the world may wait another week
to know who will be president of the
United States, if Minnesota is to be
given the proud privilege of deciding
Six commissioners who took those
ballots to the border to be marked
by the militiamen are en route back
to Minnesota today. They are due
Sunday.. Both parties claim the mili1
tia vote. Division of staff officers in
recent political ventures is half and
HEIRESS TO MILLIONS WORKS
FOR $18 WEEKLY WAGE
Although heiress to $1,000,000,
Miss Fox, granddaughter of John
Fox, former president of the Na
tional Democratic club and head of
"Tammany hall, New York, must
work for a living. She earns $18 a
week in a New York modiste's shop,
waiting Sor the courts to settje $e