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Make Up of Sixty-Third
Congress.
Alabam a
Arizona 5
Arkansas
California 6 1 A
Colorado
Connecticut 'X
a a re
Florida
Georgia 'A
Idaho oa 'i
Illinois 5 20 2
Indiana A
Iowa I
Kansas
Kentucky 2 9 1
Louisiana
Maine 3 1
Maryland '2
Massachusetts -x 5
Michigan 8 3
Minnesota I
Mississippi I
Missouri 2 1J S
Montana
Nebraska I
Nevada 1 A
Ne Hampahlre.. A 'i
Ne Jersey 2 1»
New Mexico
New York IS ?0 1 1
North Carolina 10
Nort Dakota
Ohioh
nhode Island.
80. Carolina..
Ro. Dakota....
Tennessee ...
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington ..
S
6 8
TABULATED. REPORT OF ELECTION
The following tables show the tabulated vote, state and national, with
,t tables of the vote four years ago for comparative references. Of course,
I the exact figures ere not obtainable from official sources as yet, It requlr
I tog weeks for the authentic compilation. In only one or two Instances are
I the governorship contests In doubt. In these states the matter will prob
ably have to be decided by the supreme court, since the margins are so
Iclose as to warrant contests. The tables follow:
PRESIDENTIAL POPULAR AND ELECTORAL VOTE. 1912
i-\ |„H
2.2.
Oklahoma S
Oregon -A
Pennsylvania 22 11 I
Rhode Island 1 2 2
South Carolina 7
South Dakota 3 2
Tennessee
Texas -A
Utah
Vermont jf
Virginia.
Wisconsin
Wyoming ....
*rta!
Wilson RooMvelt Taft Deb Chafln
S 5 ,,S S ^3 S S*
I I
fj sut.. I I I I
?Alabam» 68,500 11,000 8,360 t,«00 T4
jjAHtona 1 6 4 6 6 11,335 4,766 180 7«
^«*»n«a« 9 96,200 37.650 30,400 7,500 1,300
-California 332,250 13 332.330 3,086 8,600 H'SMl
-Colorado 105.000. 7 8 0 0 0 7 5 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 6,220
Connecticut 73,601 33.546 67,268 2.696 8,£20
5
a as 10 115.000 103,000 .. 60,000 20,000 6.307
Kentucky 13 191.467 93,036 93,138 5,806 6,409
Xoulsiana 10 05.000 13,760'.. 4,000 3,500 380
Maine 50.946 48,387 26,504 1,820 1.650
JMaryland 8 112,122 57.679 54,643 2,891 3.684
Massachusetts 18 170 995 140.152 153,255 19,807 4,620
Michigan 210,000 15 250,000 190,000 17,735 18.507
Minnesota 101,000 12 116,000 59,500 19,731 13,711
Mississippi 10 65,000 5,000 3,000 1.004 735
Jfissourl 18 351,938 .. 145.2SS 215.986 20,000 .. o,500
Montana 4 44,920 22,540 27,760 12,507 1,007
Nebraska 8 109,000 7.400 58.000 5,777 6,382
Nevada 8,854 .. 6,112 3,705 2,107 ro
New Hampshire .. 4 34,846 19,812 'ii.105 1.442 1,087
Ne Jersey 14 168,000 133,000 110.000 17,805 5,307
N Mexico 3 27,000 22,000 15,000 1,050 ,,.504
Ne York 15 648,066 381,500 477,274 44,000
North Carolina 12 150,000 50,000 35,000 584 476
North Dakota 5 35,000 27,500 25.000 2.870 1,807
Ohio ... 24 446 700 253,564 312,600 43,292 13,007
Oklahoma 10 120,000 90,000 27.504 2,754
Oreio 5 24 480 22.020 22,490 10,876 3,506
Pennsylvania 407 447 38 443,708 316,145 100,000 20,502
JRhode Island 6 30,299 16,488 27.755 1.950 1,105
a a 6000 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 108 503
Mmith Dakota 55,000 6 60,000 3,407 4,601
Tennessee 12 121000 78,500 68,000 2,342 581
Tennessee 220,000 47,500 35,000 11,680 1,856
2
4
Virginia
'Washington 3 1 1 S
"West Virginia 4 1
"Wisconsin 5
"Wyoming 1 __ J-I
Total 131 292 1* 46 6
Plurality 161
"Doubtful—2.
Make-Up of Minnesota Senate.
Kepubhcans elected 41
Democrats elected 20
Prohibitionists elected 1
Populists elected 1
Total «3
Popular Vote for President at
Election of 1908.
Taft.
Rep
25,505
67.791
214.390
123.700
112,816
25.007
10,654
41.692
62.657
629.932
348.993
275,210
197.216
235,711
8,958
66.987
116.513
265.966
333.313
195,835
4 505
S46.915
32.331
J26.9£»7
10,214
53,144
870,070
265 298
114 824
57 741
572.312
110 55S
62 530
745.779
43.942
3,963
67,466
118,519
65.602
61.015
29.652
62,573
106.082
137.969
247,747
20,846
Bryan.
Dem.
74,374
85,584
127,492
126,644
68.255
22,072
31,104
72,350
36.195
450,810
33S.262
200.771
161.209
244.092
63,568
35.403
115.908
155.543
174.313
109,401
00 876
345,889
29,326
131.099
10,655
33 655
Gfi" 468
182 522
136 923
32.935
502.721
122.406
38.049
448.785
24.706
62.288
40.266
135.819
216.737
42.601
11.496
82.916
68,691
111.418
106.632
14,918
State.
Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut ..
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky ...
Louisiana ....
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan ....
Minnesota ...
Mississippi ..
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hamp....
New York ..
New Jersey...
North Carolina
North Dak....
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania.,
Chafln.
Pro.
662
1,151
11,770
5,559
2,380
677
1.356
1,059
2.003
29.364
18 045
9.837
6,033
6,887
Debs.
Soc
1,347
6,750
28 659
7,974
6,113
240
3.747
584
6.405
34,711
13 476
8.287
12.420
4 060
2.538
1.758
2.323
10,779
11.527
14,469
1048
15.398
6.855
3 521
2.029
1299
38 451
10 243
317
2 424
33.79S
21.779
7-W
33.91'
1.363
10f
2.84f
1*487
3.302
4,374
16.705
10,114
4,212
827
6,179
'"905
22 6"7
4,930
360
1,156
11,402
"2 682
36.694
1.016
4*039
1,88:
I I I" ,1
21,000 13,000 12,000 472 «0f
Florida 38.000 7,000 8,000 4,220 2 9
Georgia 102.465 28,762 9,976 926 1,134
Idaho 4 48,000 28,000 43,000 7,800 2,420
Illinois 29 460.684 461,387 266,126 65,000 ?**£j|
Indiana 15 252,000 145,000 132,000 21,000 18.260
Jowa 13 281,855 216,831 155,748 20,000
f. 35 000 13 000 4 40,000 «,720 J25
S 16,397 22,323 4 23,247 1,123 »72
a 12 78«81 18.670 21,131 1,720 124 2
wL£hin*to'n 94 130 7 126.265 7S.145 17.426 6.300
I a 8 111849 72,946 55,114 20,000 6.S20
™f™« «in 13 213.600 36,000 173 500 «©,«00 13,640
W 3 16,200 3,000 16.000 2,»00
Total 433 7,436,747 »0 4,488,686 8 3.816,195 77 748,618 282.221
•Doubtful—!Supreme Court must decide.
Represent- Sen*
atives.
States. I S
5
19*-S92
26-?50
Governors Elected, Their
Party and Pluralities.
Colorado— Plurality.
E. K. Amnions, Democrat 20,000
Connecticut—
Simeon E. Baldwin, Democrat. 7,000
Delaware—
Charles R. Miller, Republican. 1,605
Florida—
Park Trammel], Democrat 30,000
Idaho—
John Haines, Republican 786
Illinois—
Edward F. Dunne, Democrat. .110.654
Indiana—
Samuel H. Ralston, Democrat 97,000
Iowa—
George J. Clarke, Republican 1.708
Kansas—
George H. Hodges, Democrat.-. »600
Massachusetts—
Eugene N. Foss, Democrat 48,660
Michigan—
Woodbrldge N Ferris, 10,435
Minnesota—
A. O. Eberhart, Republican 36,000
Missouri—
Eliot W. Major, Democrat 115,000
Montaaa—
Sam V. Stewart, a 12.000
"hf& Yk I*flftIf .1-1
J. H. Morehead, a 15.000
Ne Hampshire—
Franklin Worcester, Republi
can Legislature electa
Ne York—
William 8iUser, Democrat 150,000
North Carolina—
Locke Craig, Democrat 50,000
North Dakota—
L. B. Hanna, Republican 1,864
Ohio—
James Cox, Democrat 90,000
Rhode Island—
Theodore F. Green, Democrat. 2,000
South Carolina—
Cole L. Blease, Democrat 50,000
South Dakota—
Frank M. Byrne, Republican.. 2,000
Ac flSAA***
Ben W. Hooper, Republican.. 6,000
Texas—
Oscar C. Colquitt, Democrat.. .193,060
Washington—
Ernest Lister, Democrat 4,000
West Virginia.—
H. D. Hatfield, Republican 2,000
Wisconsin—
Francis E. McGovern, Republl
can 5.000
•Doubtful
Make-Up of Minnesota House
of Representatives.
Republicans elected 100
Democrats elected 18
Prohibitionists elected 1
Public Ownership elected 1
Independent Republican 1
Total •-, !21
Electoral Vote for President at
Election of 1908.
Utah ...«
799
"i,m
1.111
4.700
6.191
11.664
.. ...T.«rr,«ti«,4«,iii ao.«i «*.»
Taft Bryan.
State. R. D.
Alabama
Arkansas
California 10
Colorado 5
Connecticut
Delaware I ..
Florida
Georgia 1
Idaho J»
Illinois 27
Indiana 16
Iowa 13
Kansas 10
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts 16
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
Wert Virginia
Wisconsin 'J
Wyoming
1417
3.67?.
28.161
1.715
1 3
1 0
Missouri 1
Montana ...'.
Nebraska
Nevada
Ne Hampshire
Ne Jersey
Ne York 39 ..
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio 28 -A
Oklahoma
Oregon ... 4
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee ii
Texas
a
Total ...%•••* pi
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Realty Ti-ftMfm.
Nlelt Cbrltteoaoo to Jamaa C. Chria
teaoen, 40 acre* in S 19 110 33,
$3,600.
Hubert O. Hilletbelm to Peter A.
Hilleshelm, 188 25-100 acre* in 8 26,
22 T109 33,16500.
David W. Shertean to P. W. Fl«eo,
120 A in 8 8 111 33, t6000.
Maria Dietz to Aug. Schaffler 9 71
N City, $2450.,
Lily Parr et "1 to Cbas. Remmele,
5 and 6 9 Bra. 2nd Add. Sleepy
Eye, 1100.
Elenora CbrUteoion et al to Chat.
,100.000
EXTRA
VOTES
First
Grand
Prize
100,000
EXTRA VOTES
To the contestant who brings in the most new sub
scribers to either the Review or Post or both papers from
Thursday. Nov. 21st to Friday evening, Nov. 29th we will
give in addition to the regular schedule of votes, 100 000
EXTRA VOTES ABSOLUTELY FREE.
Conditions:—
The onlv way you can secure these extra ,100,000
VOTES is toget new subscribers to either paper and the
contestant who brings in the most ABSOLUTELY NEW
SUBSCRIPTIONS during the nine days gets the votes in
addition to the regular schedule of votes published here
tofore.
Additional:—
In case you get a person to subscribe to either paper
for more than one year that subscription, should you
secure it for two years will count just the same as TWO
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS, for a new three year subscrip
tion you will be credited with the same as THREE NEW
SUBSCRIPTIONS. So on up the list up to five years, as
we will not accept any subscriptions for more than five
years to either paper.
N
Five Years For One:—
Just think of it! For every subscription that you
secure which is paid in advance for five years we will
credit you with FIVE NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS during
the 100 000 KXTRi FRKE V»TES OFKER.
To New Contestants as well Old Ones:—
Just as soon as you read of this offer get out and
SECOND PRIZE
$385 HOWARD
PIANO
Secured from
Winkelmann's Music Hall
V&yfit
Remmele, 5 and 6 B-9 Fra. Sod
Add. 81eepy Eye, 11300.
Fraderlcb Wm. Prab) to Paul Kuebl
bacb, 5 25-100 acre* in 8 2 110
31, t300.
Wm. Poeteter to Franz Vogl, 4 and
6 135 N City, 11400.
Ward 8arrabee to Wm. P. Lewie,
126 99-100 A in 8 16 109 32,
'$8255.
John F. Neumann to Meta Crone, 5
127 8. New Dim, $10.00.
Anna Simmet Dec. by Ex. to By.
Rolwes, 14 11 N. Jity, $1800
Albert A. Paffratb to Jos. Kreltinger
EXTR
A VOTE
S
FOR NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO REVIEW O POST
This Offer Good For Nine Days Only, So Hurry. From November 2!st to Friday Evening, November 29tb, 1912
This Offer is for Old as well aa New Contestants
NEW ULM PUBLISHING CO.
NewUlm, Minn.
et al, L13 and 14 8 Scbwarterock'e
4th Add. Springfield, $276.
Mary Fltcber to Chae. Stuebe, I
(57 8. City, $100.
Geo. Prokoncb to 3ue. Kamseder et a',
L17 2 Bra. 2nd Add. Sleepy Eye,
•1150.
C. P. Dorow to John H. Schleeter, 80
A ID 8 12 T109 35, $6720.
Wm. D. Carpenter to Geo. J. Seiloer,
16» A in 24 and 40 A in S 27 109
33, $15,000.
By Hllleehetm to Chae, A. Scbleif,
80 A in 8 21 108 33, $1600.
Wesley C. M.ller to E P. Beekioi, 80
••1013 MODEL"
STUDEBAKER "20" S850.
PURCHASED FROM F. H. RETZLAFF
make an extra effort to secure for yourself the 100.000
Extra Votes. You will have to hustle. Every contes
tant in this great campaign will want for his or her,self
the extra votes. Remember the other contestants will
"beat you to it" unless you get busy at once. Do not
lose any time now. Promise yourself the extra votes and
get out and win them.
Out of Town Contestants:—
You have the same extraordinary opportunity to
secure these extra votes as the contestants at home. In
mailing your votes to the Contest Manager see that your
new subscriptions are mailed on or before midnight, Nov.
29th and we will judge the time by the post mark on
your mail. You are safe and your votes will be counted
the same as if you were on the ground if mailed in time.
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
The time is short, ONLY NINE DAYS.
New Contestants:—
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. By some good
hard work during the next nine days you may enter the
contest and gain a lead which may never again be
overcome by any contestant. Just tell a few of your
friends that you have entered and you will be greatly
surprised what they will do for you.
Get Busy Bight Now.
THIRD PRIZE
$100 DIAMOND RING
Secured from
Hugo Schleuder, Jeweler
A in 8 29 T108 33,13240. S I
Grtnth M. Rotoerte to Jot. B. Ubl, 10
A in 8 14 109 30, $9100.
Augusta O. Miwner et al to Wm. B.
and Cornelia KortH, 45x165 ft. of Is
9 65 S. City, $1500. JJJ
If YM arc Trifle Sensittrc
About tbe size of your eboee ltJs &
some satisfaction to know that maoy gg
people can we«r eboea a size amaller W,
tiy shaking Alien's Foot-Ease into im
them. Just tbe tbing for Patent
Leather Shoes, and for breaking in W,
New Shoes. 8old Everywhere, 25c.
Sample FREE. Address, Allen 8. 1$
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. (Advt) 46-47
100,000
EXTRA
VOTES
100,000
EXTRA VOTES,
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