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Elected President of the United
Judg I. M. OLSEN
Re-elected 9th District Judge
F. D. MINIUM
Further Increase in
CALIFORNIA IN DOUBT
ific Coast State Close Be
tween Wilson and Roosevelt..
New York, Nov 9.—With California
still doubtful and Illinois definitely
placed* in the Wilson electoral column,
as show* by belated returns received
from those states, and Minnesota and
South Dakota classed" as for Roose
velt, the total electoral vote for each
of the three presidential candidates
now stands: Wilson, 442 Roosevelt,
77 Taft, 12. The result by states
Colorado ... 6
Delaware .. 3
Florida .-•-... 6
Georgia ."••.... 14
Kansas .' 10
Maine ..". 6
Massachusetts ....... 18
New Hampshire '4
New Jersey -•'.. 14
New Mexico 3
New York 45
North Carolina 12
North Dakota ..' 5
Rhode Island ,. 5 ..'
South Carolina i),• ..
siuth Dakota &
Utah .'. 4
Vermont .. .4
West Virginia 8
Wisconsin 13 •. ..
Wyoming 2 ..
Totals '..'..*. .442 77 12
Total number of votes, 531 neces
sary to elect, 266.
*In doubt between Wilson and
Roosevelt seems to have run second
In many of the important states, and
this will give him and his followers
control of the ejection machinery as
the second party, an advantage that
will prove important in organization
Wilson did not receive a majority of
the popular vote, but his plurality will
be in excess of 2,500,000 and is record
breaking. The exact figures will not
be available for several days.
CLARK NOW AHEAD IN IOWA
Plurality in Gubernatorial Race About
Des Moines, Nov. 9.—After slipping
Into the Democratic column and, for
a time, apparently electing E. G.
Dunn governor of Iowa, belated fig
ures seem to give George W. Clark,
Republican, the victory a plurality
of 2,278. It appears alp ost certain
that the official count will be required
to determine the result.
The lead of Wilson over Roosevelt
has increased to 21,454.
WILSON GAINING IN OHIO
Additional Returns Increase Demo
Columbus, O., Nov. 8.—Additional
election returns continued to increase
the lead of Governor Wilson over
President Taft and Colonel Roosevelt
in Ohio. Estimates from figures now
available indicate that the president
elect vfi\l have a plurality of nearly
135,000 over Taft, who ran about 60,
000 ahead of Roosevelt. L-»f^ I
DOUBLE MURDERER LYNCHED
y.v-H,. 58&* fcv
North Dakota Mob Takes Man Ffom
-$.•= Jail and Hangs Him/, ^J.
Steele, N. D., Nov. 9.—George Baker,
imprisoned in the Kidder county jail
here on a charge of murder, was taken
from prison by an infuriated mob and
lynched.. -This was the first lynching
in the state in a decide.
Re-elected County re a re
O N HENLE
Re-elected Com 3r District
£, ,0* *v
!-V*$ Energy of Will.
Energy of will is the. soul of every
great character. Where/it is there is
resolute character ^wh4re 4s not
there Is raininess, with effeminacy,
despondency, neglect of duty and fail
ure "The strong man and the water
fall,- says a Drovero, "channel their
Re-elected Congressman 2nd District
ALBER PFAENDER ROSS
Re-elected Judi Probat
WM...J-. I S
Re-elected Shei iff of Co.
Mr. Dubb—My lir^tiii on^ftre!0%Miss
Keen—I hardly tVinV we need caH oiit
the fire dfpitpr pent.—Boston Tran
scrip*, _^ JF*^
A. lacy man 1% a« uatleai as d(|f|eP.the
aaan and iakeau mer^:trei»gL
Will Have Plurality of From
15,000 to 20,000.
STATE TICKET REPUBLICAN
Governor Eberhart Increases
His Lead Over Ringdal,
Colonel Roosevelt carried Minnesota
by a plurality of from 15,000 to 20,000.
Returns fromu most of the precincts
of the state give him a lead of 17,000
over Wilson and country precincts are
increasing his plurality^ The indica
tions are that Taft's vote will not
greatly exceed the mark of 75,000 set
for him by politicians before the elec
The co'intry voters in Minnesota
stood byw Roosevelt solidly. Wilson,
emerging from St. Paul and Minne
apolis with a plurality of 5,000, met
Roosevelt pluralities in nearly every
farm county of the state and his lead
was cut down steadily in the tabulat
ing Duluth and St. Louis county
alone gave Roosevelt a plurality df
more than 3,000 over Wilson and the
northern tier of counties added more
.The big Roosevelt vote in St. Paul
and the correspondingly low TafJ
vote was one of the surprises of the
election. Chisago and Washington
counties gave .handsome Roosevelt
pluralities that swung the Fourth
congressional district for Roosevelt.
The entire Republican state ticket
won. Governor Eberhart's indicated
plurality is between 30,000 and 40,000.
Governor Eberhart has carried ap
proximately seventy of the eighty-six
counties of the state and is gradually
increasing his plurality over P. M.
Ringdal. A real feature of the state
election was the apparent strength jof
E. E. Lobeck, Prohibition candidate
for governor. Lobeck carried Douglas
county over Eberhart and all the oth
er candidates, complete returns giv
ing Lobeck 1,105, Eberhart 906, Ring
dal 476 and Collins 271.
Senator Nelson, Republican candi
date for United States senator, and
James A. Manahan, Republican can
didate for congressman at large ran
away from their Democratic oppo
Calvin L. Brown was elected chiet
justice of the supreme court and Judge
Holt of Minneapolis and Judge Hallam
of St. Paul were chosen associate jus
tices, Judgo Bunn oi St. Paul running
several thousand otes behind Hallam.
All the Republican candidates for
congress were elected with the ex
ception of the Second* district, -uhere
W. S. Hammond, Democrat, was re
In the Minneapolis mayoralty con
test Van Lear, Socialist, ran Nye, non
partisan, a hot race, losing by 2,500
In a heavy vote.
JEALOUS HUSBAND'S CRIME
Wounds Storekeeper and Then Com
Jealousy is said to have led Will
iam Myers of Minneapolis, thirty
eight years of age, a machinist, to
shoot Charles Klugeman, keeper of a
confectionery store, and then turn the
weapon on himself with fatal effect.
Myers shot Klugeman below the heart
and in the wrist. The latter now is
in a precarious condition in Norwe
gian Deaconess hospital. Myers died
immediately in the presence of his
wife, who witnessed the shooting.
Myers had oiten threatened to shoot
Klugeman. Mrs. Myers accompanied
her husband to the Union depot and
gave him $5 to go to Wisconsin to
work in the woods. Myers used the
money to buy liquor and taking a
gun went back and^ found his wife in
the confectionery store of Klugeman.
The shooting followed.
MINING PIONEER IS DEAD
Captain Le Due Helped Develop Many
'piCaptain Antoine Le Due, one of
the oldest pioneers at the Head of
the Lakes, passed away at Duluth after
an operation. He had been ill five
weeks. He was born at Beauharnais,
Can., Dec. 14, 1830. He Reached Mar
quette in 1847. He helped develop
the Central, Northwest,JfPennsylvania
and Calumet and Hecla mines.1^'*
In 1887 Captain Le Due reached Du
luth. He made an exploratory survey
of the^Mesabi range and-located iron
BABY WITH AN AXE
£|t. Lawrence (Minn.) Woman Is Said
.fj,/ to Be Insane. rij
*When Prank Shonka of S Laurence
returned home for dinner he foand the
body of his seven-months-old child ly^
tag on a stuptB in the^ard.
axe lay hefebyS^ "Hurrying £nj^ fhe
house Shonka,found his wife meaning
and? tearing her hair. She was talking
incoherently,"but said nothing of her
act: The coroner and sheriff, removed.
woman to the ja« ih Shakopee,
]wn#re she said 4 W Violently
Elected Vice-President of the United
A I O W N
Elected'Chief Justice S re me
LOUI S G. VOGEL
Re-elected County Audito
Re-elected Com 5 District
A E J. SCHRAMM
V^ Re-elected Rtgtattfr of
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