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ALASKAN ALASKAN j DAILY _ f — Kiirn n\ii v FYPFPT SUNDAY LARGEST ALASKAN CIRCULATION ADVERTISEMENTS BRING BKSl LPUBLISHED DAILY h\CLl 1 M miai_____ Vol. H), N,». 275 SEWARD, ALASKA, THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1910._Ten Cents the Copy NEW HAMPSHIRE LOOKS LIKE WILSON BIT MINNESOTA IS NECK AND NECK — CALIFORNIA SAX IRAXCISCO. Nov. P.—(Received at 12:45)—; Independent tabulations in 7>t>P- precincts give Wilson, t‘>i‘*.:>2P and Hughes 151,274. Precincts not counted 17.'. CALIFORNIA VAULTS LOCKED I.OS ANGELES, Nov. P. — The United States mar shals are now guarding the locked valuta in which the bal lots are stored One hundred and eighteen precincts are yet to be heard from and the excitement is intense. CALIFORNIA CAN DIVIDE SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. P. — W ilson is leading by sevnteen thousand in the county and by 45&> in the state. California can divide its votes. HUGHES GAINS IN CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. P.—(Received 1:14 p. m.)— The Wilson lead has been cut to 3.05G. X. HAMPSHIRE FOR WILSON CONCORD. New Hampshire. Nov. P.—The secretary of state gives W ilson a plurality of Pd this morning. 1'his is unoHieiai but complete. A recount is certain. MINNESOTA llughts claims Minnesota but Wilson men say their chances are good. MINNESOTA ST. PAUL. Nov. 9—(Received 12:43)—346 precincts unreported and 230 of them supposed favorable to W d son. Others tie. Hughes is believed to have a lead oi five to ten. The News tabulations give Wilson a plurality of 1.320. HUGHES LEADS IN MINN. ST. PAUL—Out of twenty-eight hundred precincts Hughes has 173.632 and leads \\ ilson by 43!* votes. HOW SHE WAS RUNNING NEW YORK. Nov. 1).—North Dakota was doubtful at 10 o’clock last night but Wilson had taken the lead in Cali fornia while his lead in Minnesota was declining with sev en hundred precincts not counted. Idaho, Kansas and Wyoming were leading for W iison and the Democrats are claiming New Hampshire. The Democrats are covering the expense of the New Hampshire recount. Wilcox said he believes Hughes elected and he asked only for justice ami declared he intended to get it. McCormick is un changed in his opinion and claims 288 electors for Wilson. He claims New Hampshire, West Virginia, New Mexico, North Dakota and says the chances are good in Oregon. MANAGERS GOT HOT NEW YORK, Nov. 9.—In answer to a statement by Wilcox another statement was made by McCormick this morning in which he declared that \Y iison is elected and that the statements of Wilcox and others to the contrary are only the wailing of “some imaginary person” who still hopes that Hughes can be made to win by fraud. “This is worthy of the best traditions ot the Republicans, said l McCormick when he was told that the Republicans were j charging fraud themselves. “1 am willing to permit peo ple to judge who is likely to resort to desperate methods,” said the Democratic manager. ELECTOR DIES TACOMA. Nov. 9.—Hughes may yet get one electoral vote in the state of Washington through the death of A. Strum, a democrat, and the substitution of E. M. Connor, a Republican, which is expected to carry. NEW HAMPSHIRE CONCORD,. Nov. 9.—Unofficial complete returns give Hughes 101 majority but Democratic Chairman Fer-j rand claims the state for Wilson by a small majority. Re count demanded but fraud not charged. I LATEST! NEW YORK, Nov. 9.—McCormick anounces that he has wired the state chairman to buy redlirc and engage the bands to begin the celebration of the victory of W il son. W ilson's majority in California assured. North Dakota joining W ilson and this makes it necessary toi Hughes to carry every doubtful state. Complete official jcturns indicate that Wilson has carried New Hampshiie by 117.- -- NOME RESULTS NOME. Nov. 8.—The result of the election here was: Lewis 109, Wick 579, Sulzer 414. The Schofield Republi cans voted for Wickersham. In the precincts outside of Nome the result was: Lewis 19, Wick 207, Sulzer 201. Nome city gave Grigsby 724, Schofield 217, Cobb 140. The outside precincts gave them: Grigsby 329, Schofielu 57, Cobb 34. Four hundred votes are to be heard from Hit they w ill increase the Grigsby plurality to eleven hun Ired. Wickersham will not have over fifty plurality in the division. A big storm detained the last boats, causing a large vote and a loss to Sulzer in the town. KN1K Lewis G, Sulzer 11, Wick 43, Cobb 22, Grigsby 27, Dooley 5, Frame 31, German 13, Ronan 10, Cannon •>., Day 15, Hegner 10, Hunter 21, Price 10, Murray 15. \Y ESTWAR l) RETURN S A. H. Bradford who came on the Dora says the voting at Seldovia was 53 for Wick, 13 for Sulzer and 11 for Lewis. It went dry. Officials on the Dora say that tne western precincts as a whole are voting strong for Sulzer, Grigsby and Ronan. UN ALASKA, Nov. 9.—The voting here was: Lewis 2. Sulzer 57, Wick 30, Cobb 21, Grigsby 41, Schofield 20, Dooley 13, Frame 20, German 25, Ronan 15, Cannon 20, Day 31. Hegner 42, Henrys 43 each, Holland 30, Hunter 21, McCallum 25, Murray 18, Noon 14, Brice 25, Dieringer 13* Jeter 34, Wilson 34, Wood 8, Dry 51, Wet 24. LATOUCHE Sulzer 37, Wick 22. SUNRISE REPORTS Lewis 1, Sulzer 2( Wick 11, Cobb 3, Grigsby 9, Scho field 2, Dooley 3, Frame 4, Ronan 7, Cannon 10, Day o, W. J. Henry 3, W. P. Henry 6, Holland 8, Hunter 1, Mc Callum 4, Murray 3, Noon 7, Price 4, Dieringer 5, Jeter 3, Wilson 2. Wood L Anthony 1. Dry 6, Wet 7. 8-hour law 11, against 1. ' FIRST DIVISION JUNEAU, Nov. 9. — The whole First division with fifteen precincts missing eives Sulzer 2,146 and Wicker sham 1.701. Lewis got 291, Grigsby 1,339, Schofield 1, 240, Cobb 1,111, wet 1488, Dry 2520. The complete returns will give Sulzer a 550 plurality in the division and Grigsby 150. Sulzer’s election is claimed here by two or three hun dred and Grigsby by 1,500. Heckman, Republican, is elected senator. Benson, Heid and Freeburg, Republi cans, and Casey, Democrat, are elected to the house. NORTH AMERICAN SAYS WILSON PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 9. — The North American, strongly Republican, has issued bulletins which take for granted Wilson’s election. WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON.—Out of 1.324 precincts Hughes has a plurality of 4,059. A SUMMARY NEW YORK, Nov. 9.—West Virginia is apparently for Hughes. Washington and Idaho assured for Wilson. The race is dramatic in Minnesota where it is said the Democratic majority has been reduced to ten or twelve. "The outcome seems to depend on New Mexico. A Jones, the Democrat, is slightly leading Hubbell, Republican. The Wilson jump in California was phenomenal in the first hour this morning when he got a lead of 641. ARABIA HAD OVER A HUNDRED WOMEN AND CHILDREN ABOARD WITNESS FOUND IN FROST BRIBE CASE Fitzegcrald is Chid V it ness For (he (Government TODAY. CHICAGO Xov. 9.—Oliver Bourke. Albert Frost ;m«l Burt Wing are 01. trial now before Judge (ledger ol the United States court on the charge of conspiracy to bribe a federal juror it March 19115 in connection with th .and fraud case in which l*rost was tried for trying to defraud the govern ment of Alaska lands. Bourke is the juror who is alleged to have been bribed. Fitzgerald, formerly a de fendant, i> the chief witness for tin government today. VXTI-BICK KT1N(1 V.MKND. SKKMS TO UK SAFI SAX FBANCISCO, Xov. 9. — Tin anti-picketing amendment to the charter appears to he sate. 1 he Lav and Order Committee has been en trusted with a million of the ope. shop fund to further the amendment \EKOPL \m: BOMB kills TWO r. S. LI El’TKN A MV WASHINGTON, Nov. 0.—The pre mature explosion of an aeroplane bomb during tests against battle ships at Ind'anhead, Maryland, toda\ killed naval Lieutenants Luther Welsh and C. Bronson. The aeroplane was broken in two and fell into the Po tomac. The bodies of the victim? have not been found. TAKING SAMPLES OCT FROM I NGA FOR TESi A. H. Bradford, the engineer, cante today on the Dora from Unga with five tons of samples from the Shu magin Island ledge. He left oi» the Northwestern and will have the ore tested outside. All Mr. Bradford says is that the samples come from two largo low grade ore deposits. THE ALASKA S. S. CO. BFYS NEW FREIGHTERS SEATTLE, Nov. 1). — The Alaska Steamship Company has bought the big freighter Stanley Dollar lor loui hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars and also the steamer Lind. A deal is about closed for the purchase of a freighter on the east coast but the name is not disclosed. The Dol lar will be immediately placed on tlu Alaska service. The steamer Dolphin has been sold to an eastern firm. ARRIVED ON ALAMEDA The following arrived on the Ala meda yesterday afternoon: Adalina Haapakangas, F. W. Pettygrove, Mrs. L. Miller, Mi's. C. M. Nutter, J. F. Chamberlain, J. C. Carlson, A. C. Reed, Mrs. A. Hancock, S. Bittner, Ted Johnson, A. S. Dautriek, Ethel Way, I/eona Stuart. CAME ON DORA The following arrived on the Dora today: Mildred Van Invegen, Helene Walsh, Ed. Williamson, Chas. F. Wyatt, A. H. Bradford, Nick Chit kovich, Jessie Chitkocih, Hattie Givige, Fred Benze, John Lundstrom, Nick Kogetschik, Geo. Baker, John H. Nelson, R. W. Dawson, J. H. Syberg, l M. B. Summers. CHILDREN ON ARABIA WASHINGTON, Nov. 9.—The state department is deeply concerned over the sinking ot the liner Arabia which was torpedoed in the Mediterranean last Monday. | i'liere is no indication that any Americans were aboard nit it is known that the passengers included many women I and children. The report came officially from London that | he number of women and children aboard was one hun Ired and seventy. They were all rescued and the only two leaths were caused by the explosion of the torpedo. ' PASSENGERS SAFE PARIS, Nov. 8.—The Arabia carried 137 passengers vlten she was sunk but ail are believed safe with the ex ception of two. BRITISH REPULSED BERLIN, Nov. 8.—The British have been repulsed it Lesars and Guedecourt. SUB ATTACKS STEAMER LONDON, Nov. 8.—The American-Hawaiian steam hij) Columbia is sending wireless calls for help. A sub marine is shelling her. ALLIES CLAIM SUCCESSES PARIS, Nov. D. — North of the Somme today the .■reach artilleiy scattered tiie enemy east ot Sahisui. In case artillery lighting is also proceeding on the right ,ank of the Meuse. We took seven hundred prisoners, i he Bulgars offensive against the Serbs southeast of Mou .sure developed into tnree attacks which were repulsed, lie Bulgars retired leaving many dead. HEAVY SHELLING LONDON, Nov. 9.—The official bulletins today say .hot the British are heavily shelling along the entire trout lear Ancre. The German artillery yesterday heavily .helled the British artillery positions west of Beaumont aid Hamel. The weather is stormy. ITALIANS LOSE POSITIONS ROME, Nov. !>.—The Austrians are heavily bomba rd .ng the Italian positions on the Trentino near Mount f asubio and our troops have been forced to evacuate ,ome observation points. Austrian airmen also raided the .ower Isonzo and Italian flyers attacked Austrian mili ary works thirteen nines southeast of Trieste. RUSSIANS ADVANCE PETROGRAD, Nov. 9.—The Russians have advanced further south of the Dornawatra. The Austrians east ol .he Jiul valley have been reinforced and have resumed the offensive. The Teutons attacks at Sitovichi and Volhynia nave been repulsed.___ SENATORS CHOSEN WASHINGTON, Nov. 1). — The Democrat senators chosen are Ashurst of Arizona, Kirby of Arkansas, Wol cott of Delaware, Trannell of Florida, W illiams of Missis sippi, Reed of Missouri, Myers of Montana, Pittman of Nevada, Pomerene of Ohio, Gerry of Rhode Island, Mc kellar of Tennessee, Cuiberson of Texas, King of l tab, Swanson of Virginia, Kendrick of Wyoming. Republican senators: Johnson of California, McLean of Connecti cut, Hale of Maine, France of Maryland, Lodge of Massa chusetts, Townsend of Michigan, Kellog of Minnesota, Freylinhuysen of New York, McCumber of North Dakota, Knox of Pennsylvania, Page of Vermont, Poindexter of Washington, Sutherland of West Virginia, LaFollette of Wisconsin. SENATORS DEFEATED NEW' YORK, Nov. 9.—Senators Kern, Taggart, of 1 Indiana, Martine, of New Jersey, Chilton, of West \ ir ginia, all Democrats, and Senators Lippitt, of Rhode Isl and, Clark, of Wyoming, and Sutherland of Utah, Repub licans, are defeated. By defeating Kerns, Harry New, former chairman of the Republican national committee, I robs the Bourbons of their floor leader.