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No. Cordelia, the little dear* ar« ne1
seen at staff parties.
"I used to, think I was meaner than
other peonle until this occurred to me:
I - know myself thoroxighly, while? I
know very little, about others.V—^-Par
ton Twine. . .
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Nov. . 8.— The
election was cuiet. in San Luis , Obispo,
with a rather lijht vote. ,. Warren M.
John was re-elected to the Assembly
by probably 500 plurality.^ The coun
ty will eo for Roosevelt by nearly the
London Engineering •; illustrates i and
describes the largest monolith yet built.
Two of these structures form the foun
dations for the roundheads , at the '¦ en
trance cf. the new • Midland . Railway
Company's ; - harbor " : at Heysham, .in
Morcambe. Bay.: The roundheads are
300 feet apart, and only a short distance
removed from the main channel formed
by/ Heysham Lake. .They 'are built on
monoliths; 'which -constituted one of
the 'most interesting features of .the
works, -for. being, fifty-five feet :In s .di
ameter) '• they " tl were y ; the lar <es t con -
structed * in : connection J - with r harbor
works.'^l^^^Mi 3§8i§iS!^V '
The : Lnreest Monolith.
The complete vole of Sacramento city
la as follows: Roosevelt .4638. Parkei
SACRAMENTO. Nov. g. _ The
weather in Facramento County to-day
was perfect and an immense vote was
polled in all precincts. The voting ma
chines were used for the first time and
greatly, facilitated the count. The re
turns up to late to-night show a sweep-
Ing victory for the Republicans, and
this result cannot be chanped by the
few precincts to be heard from. Dun
can E. McKinlay has carried the coun
ty by an estimated majority of 450.
The Republican legislative ticket has
MARYSVILLE, Nov. 8; — Election
day in this city, passed quietly 'and a
light vote was polled. Little enthus
iasm was shown except in the districts
where Supervisors were voted for. Re
turns as far as received give Roosevelt
a plurality of 200. McKinlay (R.), for
Congress, will have ; close to- 100 -plu
rality over Bell. Mahwell :(R.),; can
didate for the Assembly," is running
ahead of his ticket. , Three Republi
can Supervisors have been elected.
Dr. C. H. Fisher, in charge of th«
main Wabash hospital at Little Or
leans, Md., has performed the unusual
feat of operating upon himself for blood
poisoning For nearly a week he had
been suffering from a violent Infection
of the left foot, and at last It became
alarming, extending as far as the knee.
With the. assistance of his hospital
nurses Dr. Fisher, without taking an
anesthetic, cut from the instep to the
toes, down to the tendons and bone,
scraping and gouging among the dis
eased tissues. He sufTered great agony
for nearly, half an hour while the ope
ration continued and was exhausted at
the close. By his promptness and thor
oughness he is in "a fair way to save
not only his life, but his leg and foot-
Operated on Himself.
STOCKTON. Nov. 8.— The complete
ness of the Republican victory In this
county exceeds even the claims put
forth by the campaign managers.
Roosevelt leads off with 2183 plurality
and Needham, for Congress, is a close
second. Muenter, for State Senator,
won after a bitter fight by a plurality
of several hundred. Assemblyman
Moore in the district outside of the city
got an overwhelming vote. In the city
district Robert. Beardslee is elected to
the Assembly by a vote of two to one.
The total vote cast in the county was
about 8600. Supervisors Knight,
French and Trethaway are re-elected,
and the board remains Republican. The
Democrats made great efforts in be
half of Conley, and Needham's tremen
dous plurality staggers them. Follow
ing are the pluralities: Roosevelt 2183,
Needham 1692, Senator Muenter 1057,
Assemblyman Beardslee 1087, Assem
blyman Moore S44.
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SAN LU1SOBISPO COUNTY.
WOODLAND, Nov. 8. — For the first
time in its history Yolo County; gives
a. plurality to the head of the Repub
lican national ticket. Roosevelt car
ries the county by 394. Congressman
Bell ran ahead of his ticket. *but his
plurality, 154. Is about half of that'of
two years ago. The Republicans
elect three Supervisors. The Demo
crats elect N. "A. Hawkins .Assembly
man by about. 22 ' plurality. This Is
the complete returns of the county. '
SAN JOAQUIX COUNTY.
QUIXCY. JCoy. S. — Complete returns
from sixteen out of the eighteen pre
i-incts In Plumas County give the fol
lowing pluralities: Koosevelt 338,
Gillett. for Congress. 255. and Irish,
for State Senator. 159. The Republi
cans elect three Supervisors.
SAXTA ANA. N'ov. 8.— The largest
Republican plurality ever given in
Orange County resulted from to-day's
•lection. Twenty-three out of thirty
four precincts, reported up to 12 o'clock,
gave Roosevelt a plurality of 1249. The
vote of the precincts not yet reported
will increase this to 1500. McKinley
carried the county by 316 and Pardee
by S02. Following- is the vote on the
rest of the ticket: Associate Justice of
the Supreme Court, Lorigan (R.) 1317,
Dooling (D.) 570; Congress, Smith (R.)
14S8, Lu<as (D.) 643; State Senator. J.
X. Anderson (R.) 1748, I. D. Mills <D.)
777; Assembly. E. R. Amerige (R.) 1907,
J. A. Hankey <D.) 1037.
VENTURA, Nov. 8.— Twenty-four
precincts out of twenty-nine In Ven
tura County give Roosevelt 1546, Par
ker 6S7. Roosevelt's plurality will reach
1000. The county gave McKinley ' 375'
plurality in 1900. Smith (R.) for Con
gress has 800 over Lucas (D.) Perkins
(R.) for the Assembly is elected by 1100
over Moultrie (D.). Greenwell (R.) for
State Senator has more than 700 plu
rality over Orna (D.). The Democrats
elect Hartman Supervisor in the First
District and Clark in the Third. The
Republicans elect Gabbert Supervisor
in the Fifth District. "
REDWOOD CITY. Nov. 8. — Elec
tion day passed off very quietly. The
Republicans carried the city for
Roosevelt by 203 plurality, Parker re
ceiving 14 2 votes and Roosevelt 345.
Rambo (R.) for Joint Senator de
feated White (D.) by 56 votes and
Hayes (R.). for Congress, defeated
Wynn (D.) by 41 votes. For the As
sembly, Jury (R.) beat Callan (D.) by
23C votes. John I McBain (R.) de
feated P. H. McEvoy (Ind.) for Su
pervisor by 127 votes. For Associate
Justice Lorigan received 337 votes
and Dooling 127.
In La Honda, Searsvllle, Woodside
and Menlo Park the Republican ticket
Hon.". ; George Stone, Chairman State ' Com
mittee San Francisco: Telegram received and
appreciated// < Hearty, • congratulations. At 11
o'clock continuing; Republican gains' warrant
the claim that Roosevelt has carried Ohio by
150,000. CHARLES DICK, Chairman.
Early .tbls r morning the Republican
State . Central - Committee | received j re
turns : indicating that Gillett's majority
in the First District /was, 4500. McKin
lay's ' plurality .' In ;< the • Second 1200, and
Needham's in the i Sixth* 5000/ /Marin
gives 1000 and.Mendoclno 600 for, Mc-
Klnlay. r -s Last knight Uhe ¦ chairman. of
the 'Alameda County .Republican'Com
mittee claimed. the banner as the coud-~
ty that had given ; Roosevelt 12,000 plu-
Hon. George Stone. Chairman. San Fran
cisco:'- I am profoundly thankful for your
generous congratulations. I, am ¦ proud, of
California. CHARLES W, FAIRBANKS.-
V;,i COLUMBUS. Ohio. Nov. 8, 1904.
Late last night General Stone re
ceived ¦ these" responsive messages, ; one
from Vice President elect Fairbanks
of Indiana 1 and the other from Senator
Dick of Ohio:
,VV : INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Nov. S. 1004.
Governor -B. B, Odell. Albany. Xew York:
I desire to offer my hearty congratulation!" for
the great' victory In New York and the vindi
cation • of you personally as weil as that of
your - associates. '
*,'¦¦•:, -GEORGE STONE. Chairman.
George B. Cortelyou. No. 1 Madison avenue.
New York:i" Indications are Roosevelt carried
State by 70,000 Probable election of all Con
gressmen. ¦ GEORGE STONE, Chairman.
SAN- FRANCISCO, Nov. 8, 1901.
To the Hon. Charles \V. Fairbanks, Indian
apolis: In extending my congratulations I ex
perience the. liveliest. satisfaction. The people
of California greet. you with probably 70.W0
majority. :, GEORGE STONE, Chairman.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 8. 10OU
To the President, White House, Washington;
D C. : I experience the liveliest satisfaction
In extending- consratulatlona. Pure men. pur«»
m«thods, together with the highest patrlot
lem, ' must always demand the, approval of
the American people. California greets you
with probably 70.000 majority.
GORGE STONE, Chairman:
Other telegrams as follows were sent
frc/m committee headquarters:
: . SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. S. 1004.
General George Stone, chairman of
the .Republican State committee, is
highly elated over the result of the
election in California, Many of the
party leaders visited headquarters at
the PalaceHotel last evening and per
sonally extended their congratulations
to the able and affable manager of the
campaign in this State, the chairman
last night wired this message to Presi
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 8. 1004.
Hunt leader. Many of the party lead
ers from the city and interior were in
the animated throng of attendants.
The telegrams announcing success of
Duncan E. McKinlay In the Second
District afforded special pleasure, as
he is recognized as one of the fore
most members of the league and a
Republican orator of eminent ability
who had conducted the campaign in a
highly creditable manner.
DEMOCRATS ABIDE BY RESTJMV
At Democratic headquarters despond
ency reigned. Chairman Timothy Spel
lacy was m Bakersfleld and Secretary
Thomas F. Walsh held down the dead
watch alone interrupted only by lone
stragglers, who strayed in to see if
there was any hope in sight. Mr. Walsh
was asked for a statement. He begged
to be excused until he could telephone
Bell. at Napa. that he was defeated for
Congress. Then he smiled a wan »mir»
and there may have been tears in his
eyes as there were in his voice. "We
can't say anything," be said. "There is
really nothing to say." We were beaten
here and elsewhere and abide by the
result. The Jury called the American
people has spoken and we- can't go
behind the verdict." Some one drifted
in and queried in a soft voice. "How
did New York go?" Mr. Walsh caught
a deep breath off the top of a sigh;
then exploded. "Roosevelt by 260,000."
and sank back in his chair.
; ,The I/rilon • League clubhouse, cor
ner ¦. of ; Post and • Stockton ' streets, was
radiant with light and good cheer last
evening. Great ¦ enthusiasm : .was
aroused by , the messages 1 announcing
the sweeping" victory- ."V S^ongs* -\vere
sung by the Golden City quartet. . Mr.
."Jumes McLachlan is re-elected in the
Seventh or Los Angeles District by a
splendid plurality -of 15,000.
"In the Eighth District Senator S. C.
Smith of Kern has a plurality of 8000.
."Judge Lorigan, candidate for Asso
ciate, Justice of the Supreme Court,
runs along with the head of the ticket."
UXIOX LEAGUE 1 CL.UB.
"In the Third District Joseph R.
Know-land's majority approximates
"The result in the Fourth" District is
gratifying in the highest degree. Ju
lius Kahn's plurality is not less than
"The splendid victory of E. A. Hayes
in! the , Fifth District affords T infinite
satisfaction. .The magnitude of the tri
umph is indeed cheering. The plural
ity for Hayes exceeds 4000.
!'In the Sixth District the gallant Re
publican standard bearer J. C. Need
ham is re-elected for a fourth term in
Congress : by a; majority fully as large
as. that which , he received two years
ago. . '
In speaking of the result In this
State, the chairman of the committee
• "The plurality of Roosevelt In Cali
fornia is 70,000. We have elected eight
Representatives * to Congress— a sold
Republican delegation.. We have elected
eighteen of the twenty-three , State
Senators and sixty-five
men,' thus giving a large majority
for the Republicans in each branch of
the Legislature. UV/-,' . ,
"In the First District J. N. Gillett is
re-elected by an Increased majority.
Duncan E. McKinlay's majorlty.in the
Second District is' not. less than 800.
The- result of the election in "this dis
trict is especially gratifying to the
committee and fair-minded Republi
cans; generally on account of the
infamous attacks made on Duncan E.
McKinlay by the Democratic press "of
the district. v
ralltyv The Alameda man hung up his
phone when Chairman Stone told him
that Roosevelt's plurality In San Fran
cisco was 15.000 and In Los Angeles
County 20.000. • v:
GENERAL STONE'S STATEMENT.
GRASS VALLEY. Nov. 8.— Roosevelt
carries Nevada County by 1000, twice
the normal majority. Congressman
Gillett gets a plurality of 3S0. J. O. V.
Enyder. (D.), for State Senator, car
ries this, his home County, by 420 ma
jority, though defeated in the district
by 250 by J. B. Irish. E. F. Whiting.
(R.), is elected Assemblyman by 500
plurality. W. G. Lorigan for Supreme
Judge, is 49S ahead of M. T. Dooling.
The Democrats elect their supervisors,
C. J. Miller, N. V. Bennett and John
CHAIRMAN GEORGE STONE WIRES CONGRATULATIONS
TO PRESIDENT AND REJOICES OVER STATE VICTORY
SAN 31ATE0 COUNTY.
SAN DIEGO, Nov. 8.— Partial returns
Indicate increased Republican majori
ties for the national and Congressional
tickets In ' this county. For the first
time in twenty-five years Oceanslde
returned a Republican majority.
Roosevelt's plurality will be more than
1700 in the county, and Smith for Con
gress will have practically the same
vote. F. W. Barnes (R.) will be re
turned to the Assembly from the Sev
enty-ninth District by ' an Increased
majority, and Percy A. Johnson (R.)
will be elected in the Eightieth Dis
trict. The Republicans will elect two
of the three Supervisors to be elected
and the returns from the desert dis
tricts, which are not expected to be in
until to-morrow, may give the Repub
lican the third district also. The vote
was exceedingly heavy in 'this city.
VENTURA, Nov. 8. — Ventura Coun-
County will give a plurality of about
5000 for Theodore Roosevelt. Four
years ago it gave William McKinley
2400. W. G. Lorigan fbr Supreme Jus
tice ran several hundred votes ahead
ty has given the biggest Republican
majority for a President in its history.
It will give Roosevelt over 1000 plu
rality over Parker, as against a plu
rality of 375 for McKinley four years
ago. D. T. Perkins, the Bard condi
date- for the Assembly, will lead the
Presidential vote by several hundred,
while Smith for Congress and Green
wall for State Senator will run well
up with Roosevelt's vote. In the
county Hartman (D.) is elected for
Supervisor over Begg (R.) by forty
one votes. Clark (D.) beats Smith
(R.) bv twenty-five, and Gabbert (R.)
beats Borchard (D.) by more than
SAN DIEGO COUNTY.
The opposition to the incumbents did
not develop the strength indicated by
The Republcan landslide in State and
nation did not sweep away the public
reward for fidelity and honesty in a
high office, where politics play no part.
Good citizens, regardless of party, ral
lied to the support of the four candi
dates, two' Democrats and two Repub
licans, who are now administering jus
tice from the Superior bench and they
were elected— Frank J. Kerrigan, Judge
of Department 10; James M. Troutt,
Judge of .Department 3; Frank J. Mu
rasky, Judge of Department 2, and
James M. Seawell, Judge of Depart
the talk and claims of the supporters
of the other candidates early in the
day. Doubts as to the outcome, if .any
really existed, were first dispelled by
the returns from the forty . precincts
where voting machines were used.
These were In by 8 o'clock and
showed Kerrigan at the head of the
ticket with 8795 votes. Troutt 8037. Mu
rasky. 7943, Seawell 7375, Gallagher 6180,
Burchard 6136, Conlan 5507 and White
4080. It developed that White, one of
the Democratic candidates put forward
as against the candidacy of one of the
Republican incumbents, was more than
1400 behind his running mate, Charles
T. Conlan, who was drawing somewhat
from Troutfs non-partisan strength
and getting: the additional support of
the Police Court clientele. The two
non-incumbent Republicans, James L.
Gallagher and Daniel W. Burchard,
were running close together and within
their party vote, to indicate that they
would not be dangerous to the chances
of Murasky and Seawell.
"When the official return from all the
precincts came !n the incumbent Judges
were found re-elected by a splendid
majority. Judge James M. Troutt, who
polled the lowest vote of the four, was
almost 5000 votes ahead of James M.
Gallagher, who ran highest of the
other aspirants for the office.
WEAVERVILLE, Nov. 8. — About
one-third of the vote cast in Trinity
Couty has been counted and It gives
Roosevelt a plurality of 71; Gillett,
for Congress, a plurality of 61. .
ries the county for President by 700.
Rfams, Democratic candidate for joint
Senator from the Fifth District, lost
to Rush, the Republican, by 500 in this
county. Both Supervisors' contests are
a matter of ten votes each way, with
Rush (R.) probably elected in the Fifth
District. Chairman J. T. York of the
Democratic County Central Committee
stated to-night that Bell leads Mc-
Kinlay in Napa County for Congress
by 500, and carries the district by six
ty-nine votes. He concedes 600 major
ity for Roosevelt and claims the elec
tion of two Supervisors, Booth and
Alexar.der. King and Rush both carry
the county for Legislature by 400.
NAPA, Nov. 8.— Returns from most
of the precincts in Napa County show
that the RepubJicans won out their en
tire legislative ticket. Roosevelt car-
INCUMBENT JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE CITY AND COUNTT OF SAN FRANCISCO WHOSE SPLENDID
RECORDS ON THE BENCH WON FOR THEM REWARD AT THE HANDS OF THE PEOPLE IN THE SHAPE OF RE
ELECTION BY SPLENDID MAJORITIES. j
SANTA CRUZ. Nov. 8.— Election day
was an ideal one from the weather
standpoint. Outside of the districts
where there were Supervisorial contests
little interest was displayed. But a
medium vote was cast and indications
point to a larger Republican majority
than last election. The county will give
between 400 and 500 Republican major
ity. Needham will have a large ma
TULARE, Nov. 8. — Complete re
turns of Tulare City give Roosevelt
219. Parker 132. Enterprise Precinct
gives Roosevelt 4 9, Parker 25.
were used give Roosevelt 1440 and Par
ker 7S4. For Congress. Needham 1377,
Conley £35. For Senator, Lynch 1317,
Felix 512. Assemblyman, Cooper 1555,
SALINAS. Nov. 8.— Every return re
ceived up to date indicates a tremen
dcus Republican landslide in Monterey
County. Two years ago Lane carried
this county. The returns show a heavy
\-oie for Xeedhani and the legislative
candidates. The return* from the eight
precincts in which the voting machines
RIVERSIDE, Nov. 8.— Incomplete re
turns for Riverside County show that
the Republican ticket carries the coun
ty by 2000 majority. In the city the
majority is 1200. Smith, for Congress,
ran even with the head of the ticket.
Anderson, for State Senator, and Estu
dillo, for the Assembly (R), have large
majorities. Holmes and Bantz (R.) are
elected Supervisors, thus insuring Re
publican control of the board. A rec
ord vote was cast In both city and
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY.
SAN BERNARDINO. Nov. 8.— The
Republicans expected to carry this
county by 2000 plurality at the most,
but with only thirty out of the eighty
precincts heard from the indications
are that the figures will be much
larger. The returns so far received
give Roosevelt 1210 votes and ParRer
422. For Associate Justice of the Su
preme Court Lorigan has 914 votes to
Dooling's 374. Smith for Congress has
1074 votes to his opponent's 409. Leeke
(R.) for State Senator is 470 votes
ahead of Boyd (D.). Prescott (R.) for
the Assembly has 1119 votes to 68S for
The Board of Supervisors, contrary
to expectations, will be Republican.
refntlng a third or more of the vote
of Merced County gives Roosevelt 394.
Parker 450. Needham <R.). for Con
gress. 327; Conley (D.) 525. The us
ual Democratic majority is consider
MERCED, Nov. 8. — Returns from
nir.e of the twenty-four precincts rep-
MODESTO. Nov. 8. — Stanislaus
County for the first time in its his
tory went Republican to-day by a
plurality of 360 votes on the Presi
dential ticket. J. C. Needham. can
didate for Congress from the Sixth
District, received a plurality of 265.
Fred Yokum, candidate for the As
sembly from the Twenty-fifth, was
elected by 25 votes in this county.
The usual Democratic plurality In this
county Is from 100 to 300 and the
Republicans here are jubilant over
I'KIAH, Nov. 8. — Roosevelt has car-
Tir<l Merdocino County by a plurality
cf from 500 to 600. Nineteen precincts
heard from give McKinlay for Con
gress 105S and Bell 756. The fight be
tween Held (R.) and Weger (D.) for
th«=> Assembly is close. Lawson and
Gibson < Democrats) are elected Super
visors in the Third District.
HOLX.ISTER, Nov. 3.—Five hundred
and eighty-six votes counted in San
Benito County give Roosevelt 380, Par
ker 284; for Associate Justice of
the Supreme Court, Lorigan (R.)
101. Doollng (D.) 483; Congress,
Needham (R.) 373; Conley (D.) 299;
Senator. Lynch (R.) 369. Fellz (D) 305;
Assembly. Slaven CR-) 362; Moore (D.)
343. Roosevelt will carry the county by
200. Needham by 300. The Assembly
fight is very cloBe.
Assembly District No. 1— Coyle (R.) 115T,
Well (D.) 917.
Assembly District No. 2 — No returns.
Assembly District No. 3 — No returns. ."' '••"'"-"
Assembly District No. 4— Creljhton (R.)
1795. Peterson (D.) 1191.
Assembly District No. 5— Gans (R.) 866,
Freeman (S.) 453.- • - '¦• -¦
Assembly District No. 6— Held (R.) 643.
Weser (D.) 576.
• Assembly District No. 7— Gatei (R.) 1336,
Armstrong (D.) 911.
Assembly District No. 8— Man well 880, Bull
Assembly District No. 9— Whltn«jr (R.) 328,
Sweeney (D.) 327.
Assembly District No. 10 — Duryea (R.) 1710
Livingston (D.) 1227.
Assembly District No. If— McMenney (R.)
114, Messenger <D.) 786. • ' .
Assembly District No. 12— Weyand (R.) 1295.
Gels (D.) 1170.
ic&'ffi&bS'S) «$• . 18 - Bromm «» «•>
Dui^D^r xo - H - Tripp .<"•> ims -
Assembly District No. 15— Kin* (R.) 115C.
Walsh (D.) 067.. -
Assembly District No. 16 — Tuttle (R.) 1032
Hawkins (D.) 1554. '
Assembly District No. 17 — Buslck (R.) 2314
Seay (D.) 621. '
Assembly District No. 18— O'Brien (R.) 2679
Harris (D.) 937.
Assembly District No. 19 — Lynch (R.) 470
Stevens <D.) 201.
Assembly District No. 20 — Devlin (R.) 3110
McPlke (D.) 1237.
Assembly District No. 21 — Olmstead (R.)
1272, Irwin (D.) 031.
Assembly District No. 22— Ells (R.) 539; no
Assembly District No. 23— Beardslee (R.)
2296, Cowell (D.) 1231.
Assembly District No. 24 — Moore (R.) 2142.
Corcoran (D.) 1300.
Assembly District No. 25 — Fett» (R.) 423.
Jones (D.) 633.
Assembly District No. 27 — Davis (R.) S38,
Lumlay (D.) 255.
Awcmbly District No. 46 — Strowbridge (R.)
710, Joseph (D.) 381.
Assembly District No. 47 — Baker (R.) 477.
Dodd (D.) 72. '¦- •
Assembly District No. 48 — Walsh (R.) 1117,
French (D.) 250.
Assembly District No. 40— Burko (R.) 32»,
Shay (D.) 7». ;
Assembly District- No. 50 — Bllsa (R.) 1577,
Cuslico (D.) .
'. Assembly District Ko. 01 — Eapey (R.) 1524,
Daughter <D.) 372.
Assembly District No. 02— Wast* (R.) 436.
Powell (D.) 100. '
Assembly District No. 83 — Jury (R.) 1307,
Callen (D.) 527.
Assembly District No." S4 — Cleveland (R.)
1831, Hoolehan (D.) 1531.
Assembly District Xo. 55 — Arnaricb (R.)
2336, Trousdale (Di) 1134.
Assembly Di'trlct No. 60— JarvU (R.) 2311,
Waldorf >(D.) 1036. '
Assembly District No. 57— Mich»ltre« (R.)
2530, Milner (D.) 743. '
Assembly District No. 58— Slaven (R.) 41,
Moore (D.) 15. -
Assembly District No. 69 — Cooper (R.) 2146,
Weldmann (D.) 1266.
Assembly District No. 60 — Chandler (R.)
1422. Graham (D.) 953.
Assembly District No. «1— Draw (R.) 639,
Buckley (D.) 479.
Astiembry District No. «2— Fox (R.) 781,
Prror (D.) 822.
Assembly, District No. 63— John (R.) 1441,
Rl=dnn (D.) 854.
. Assembly District No. 64— Pyle (R.) 1889,
Dlmralck (D.) 1370.
Assembly District No. 65— Perkins (R.) 211,
Moultre- (D.) 107.
Assembly District No. W— Dors»y (R.) 668,
BrundRare (D.) M9.
Assembly District 68— Johnston . (R.) 611,
Cronenwelt (D.) 131. •
Assembly District No. 69 — Thomiwon (R.)
412. Johnston (D.) 136.
Assembly District' No. 70— Wlckerham (R.)
2116. Stormer (D.) 714.
Assembly District' No. 71— Staunton (R.) V59.
Wood (D.) 2C7. ,
Assembly District No. 72— McCartney (R.)
ltO4 Byington (D.) 429.
Assembly District No. 73— Transue (R.) 845,
Plant (D.) 336. v ;
ARsembly: District No. 74— Houser (R.) 1190,
CartsonCD.) 803. ¦¦¦•. v ' .-V-"'*^ -'''¦' !
Assembly District No.- 75^— Krormnlnger (R.)
1846, Mansfield (D.) 675.
Assembly District No. 76 — Prescott (R.) 2159,
Rouse (V>.f 1178. „
Assembly District No. 77— Amerigo (R.) 2045,
Hankey(D.) 1116 - , ;
Assembly District . No. 78— Estudlllo (R.)
2145, Hodson (D.) 667.
Assembly District No. .79— Barnes (R.) 1510,
Wells (D.) 623. ' • • . . -.••..
Aesembly. District No. 80— Johnson (R.) 1201,
Sbaw (D.); 600. ,...'- .
Following are the returns from the
Senatorial and Assembly districts out
side of San Francisco received up to 1
o'clock this morning:
Senatorial District No. 1 — Selrage (R.) 615.
Thorpe (D.) 423.
Senatorial District No. 3 — Irish (R.) 22S8,
8nyder (D.) 1910.
Senatorial District No. 6 — Ru«h (R.) 3061,
Reams (D.) 2051.
Senatorial District No. 7— McKee (R.) 4825,
Cohn (D.) 2630.
Senatorial District No. ft— Belehaw (R.)
1091. Randall (D.) 1333.
Senatorial District No. 11— Muenter (R.)
30(X>. Lawrence • (D.) 2875.
Senatorial District No. *13— Mattos (R.)
C96. Xo Democratic nominee.
Senatorial District No. 14 — (Unexplred
term)— Simpson (R.) 475, Miller (D.) i"
Senatorial District No. 15 — Lukens (R.)
2772. Faw (D.) 523.
Senatorial District No. 27 — No returns.
Senatorial District No. 20 — Rambo (R.)
1574. White (D.) 1347.
Senatorial Dlutrlct No. 30 (Unexplred term) —
Leeke (R). 2151. Boyd (D.) 1206.
Senatorial District No. 33— Greenwell (R.)
2190. Orena <D.> 1268.
Senatorial District No. 31 — Lynch (R.) 3338,
FeiU (D.) 2328.
Senatorial District No. 85— Broughton (R.)
1207. Dillon (D.) 552.
Senatorial District No. 37 — Carter (R.) 2020,
Gould (D.) 854.
Senatorial ¦ District No. 39 — Anderwn (R.)
4311. Mills (D.) 1525.
SAN BEXITO COUNTY.
SANTA BARBARA. Nov. 8.— The
election in. this county brought about
a Republican landslide, Roosevelt get
ting about 600 plurality. All the Re
publican legislative officers were elect
ed. Bailard (R.). Glass (D ) and Frick
<R.) were ejected Supervisors. E. M.
Pyle (R.) made a clean sweep of the
county for the Assembly, defeating
Dimmock (D.) C. B. Greenwell (R.)
carried the county for State Senator
and S. C. Smith for Congress received
more than 500 plurality.
in the Battle
SANTA ROSA. Nov. 8.— The outcome
of the election in Sonome County has
proved a great surprise to both Re
publicans and Democrats alike. It was
generally believed that Congressman
Bell would be re-elected and the news
of his defeat came as a thunderbolt.
Special efforts were made by the Demo
crats to carry the county and a week
ago they were confident of success.
Santa Rosa gave Bell 150 plurality, but
the outlying precincts overcame that
vote by returning 300 plurality for Mc-
Klnlay. Had the vote been the other
way, no one would have been surprised.
Roosevelt will carry the county by 2200
plurality and McKlnlay by about 250.
SAN RAFAEU Nov. 8.— Marln
County rolled up a magnificent plural
ity for Roosevelt and the Republican
ticket to-day. The vote cast was a
heavy one, and the Republican gains
far exceeded the expectation of the
roost sanguine. Following are the re
eults: Roosevelt 2202, Parker 777. As-
Bociate Justice of the Supreme Court —
Lorigan (R.) 21S5. Doollng (D.) S06.
Congress— McKinlay (R.) 20Q3. Bell (D.)
993. Senator— Belshaw (R.) 20S9, Ran
dall <D.) SS5.
S. H. Olmsted (R.) was re-elected to
the Assembly by a plurality of 1143.
Of the three Supervisors the Republi
cans elected Pistolesi by a plurality of
172 votes and Goudy by forty-five
votes. Cheda (D.) is elected Supervisor
by a plurality of 152 votes.
in All Parts
R. S. Taylor, secretary of the Repub
lican County Central Committee, esti
mates Roosevelt's majority at not less
than EOO. McKinley's was 231. Cpyle
and Gillett will carry the* county by
about 500 plurality.
YREKA, Nov. 8.— Eight precincts out
of thirty-nine give Roosevelt 670, Park
er 394. Coyle (R.) for the Assembly
has ninety-two plurality. In 1900 these
precincts grave McXinley 647 and Bryan
541. Glllett for Congress has 1S8 plur
ality in eight out of thirty-nine pre
MADERA. Nov. S. — Th« vote of
Madera city complete gives Roosevelt
a plurality of SS4. Conley (D.), for
Congress, carried town by 102. Par
tial reports from outside pr*cincts In
dicate that Conley- ¦will carry the coun
ty by 150 and Parser Trill have a plu
rality of about 50. Lorigan (R.), for
Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court, beat Doollng by 53 votes In
town, and Surge, lor the Assembly,
receireii a plurality of 39-
Continued Fh«n Pace 4. Column 7.
same figure. The Democratic nomi
nees for Supervisor were elected.
SANTA BAEBARA COUNTY
1505. Associate Justice — Lorigan 4559,
Dooling 1641. Congressman— McKlnlay
S433, Bell 3079. State Senator— Dr. J. A.
McKee (R.) 422S, P. Cohn (D.) 2102.
For Assemblyman, Seventeenth Dis
trict—C. O. Busslck (R.) 2058, C. F.
Seay (D.) 662. For Assembly man.
Eighteenth District— Frank O'Brien
(R.) 2501. Fred Harris (D.) 1043. For
Supervisor, Second District— H. K.
Johnson (R.) 1564. William McLaugh-
Ilrs (D.) 873. For Supervisor, Third
District— Charles McKlllip (R.) 1659, J.
J. Ryan (D.) 4*7.
In twenty- three out of thirty-seven
precincts in the county Roosevelt got
1755 and Parker 650. For Congressman
McKlnlay (.R.) got 11&8 and Bell (D.)
1114. For Assemblyman, Nineteenth
District— I&iward J. Lynch (R.) got
1457 and J. Q. Stevens (D.) 637. For
Supervisor. Fourth District— James
Donnelly (R.) got 759 and Brooke (D.)
Honest Judiciary Is Indorsed
DEMOCRATS WIN -FEW OFFICES
PARTY OF PROGRESS TRIUMPHS
INCUMBENT JUDGES RETURNED
BY NON-PARTISAN VOTE.
BIG VOTE IN THE INTERIOR
THE : SAN FRANCISCO GALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1904.