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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10; 1910V
11
Democrats
To Keep
(Continued from First Page.) '
recentativo Scully In Now Jersey by
Robert Carson, Republican.
Tho follonInK Is the protiablo member
ship of, the ncct House, omitting doubt
ful dUtrlcts. (Asterisks Indicate tho In
cumbent.) Al'.AUAMA.
District.
1. Domocrat ,. O. Ij. Dray
2. Democrat.. ....''. Hubert Dent, Jr.
3. Domocrat...:.... llcnry B. Htcanall
4. Democrat. ...Frederick I., nlackmon
B, Democrat J. Thomas Heflln
6. Democrat William B. OJlvcr
7. Domocrit Mohn L. Burnett
8. Douiocrnt forward 11. Almon
P. Democrat (JcorRo lfudloston
10. Democrat W. B. Bunkhead
ARKANSAS.
1. Democrat Thnddeus II. Caraway
I. Democrat iV. A, OMIlcld
3. Domocrat John N. Tillman
4. Democrat t.. "Otis Wlngo
5. Democrat ....I1. II. Jncoway
0. Democrat Samuel M. Taylor
7. Dcmociat V', 8. Goodwin
CALIFORNIA.
. Dnmociat J. 15. Raker
t. Tlcinibllcan C. F. Curry
4. Republican Julius Kahu
. Republican M. A. Klston
R. Democrat Dvcrls A. Hayes
P. Democrat Charles 11. Randall
11. Democrat William Kottncr
COLORADO. i
1. Democrat Benjamin C. Hllllsrd
5. Republican. ..Charles B. Tlm'iorlako
3. Democrat. 'Edward Keating
4. Democrat Kdward T. Tayor
CONNECTICUT.
1. Democrat Auffustln Ioncrean
2. Republican Richard P. Freeman
S. Republican 'John Q. Tllsod
i. Republican Mamas P. Glynn
DEI,AWARi:.
At
1.
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4,
lnige Democrat A. K.Polk.
FLORIDA.
Democrat .'. II. J. Drane!
Democrat Frank Clark
Democrat .". Walter Kchoo
Democrat ,. William J. Sears
OEOROIA.
. Dcmdcrat J. W. Ovorstroet
. Democrat Fiank Palk
8. Domocrat Cl)arles R. Crisp1
4. Democrat William C. Adamson i
to. Democrat William 8. Howard
fl. Domocrat Mames W. Wlso
7. Democrat Gordon Leo
5. Democrat Samuol J. Trlhblo i
9. Domocrat 'Thomas M, Bell'
30. Democrat 'Carl Vinson,
U. Democrat -.J. Kanaau vtaiKer
J2. Democrat W. "W. Larsen
INDIANA.
Republican lEverett Sanders
Republican....- D. W. Comstock
Rcpublloan 'Morrill Moores
Republican Milton Krause
IOWA.
Republican C. A. Kennedy
Republican H. V. Hull
Republican 'Burton E. Sweet
Republican 'Gilbert N. Haugen
Republican 'James W. Good
Republican C. W. Itamseyer
Republican 'Casslus C. Dowell
Republican 'Horace M. Towner
Republican nvilllam R. Green
Republican Frank P. Woods
Democrat T. J. Steele
ILLINOIS.
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7.
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, At large two).
Republican Mcdlll McCormlck
Republican William E. Mason
1. itepubiican 'Martin B. Madden
1- Republican 'James R. Mann
&. Republican William W. Wilson
.4 Demoprai...... Charles Martini
'& Dsmoorat...i. ............ A. J. Babath'
fl. Democrat "James McAndrewa
7. Republican Niels Juul
8. Democrat Thomas Gallagher
9. Republican 'Fred A. Britten
10. Republican 'George E. Fosa
11. Republican 'Ira C Copley
14. Republican William J. Graham
IB. Republican 'Edward J. King
18. Republican ,. Clifford Ireland
IT. Republican 'John A. Stirling
31. Republican. 'Joseph G. Cannon
It. Republican..-. .'William B. McKlnley
19. Democrat , 'Henry T. Ralney
$. Democrat 'Martin D. Foster
14. Republican Thomas 8. Williams
K. Republican. "Edward E. Denlson
KANSAS.
i Republican D. R. Anthony
Republican M B. C. Little
8. Republican....... 'P. p. Campbell
' I. Democrat.. ......Out T. Holverlng
f. Democrat.. ... 'John R. Connelly
1 Democrat M Jouett Shouse
'. Democrat M W. A. Ayres
' KENTUCKY.
1. Democrat. 'Alben W. Barkley
3. Democrat.. .... .'David H. Kinohelo
I. Democrat.. ......... .'R. Y. Thomas, jr.
4, Democrat...... 'Ben Johnson
I. Democrat 'Swagger Sherley
I. Democrat 'Arthur B. Rouse
7. Democrat .J. Campbell Cantrlll
8. Democrat 'llarvey Helm
9. Democrat W. J. Fields
10. Republican 'John W. Langloy
11. Republican 'Caleb Powers
LOUISIANA.
1. Democrat 'Albert EJstoplnat
1. Democrat 'Henry G. Dupra
I. Prog.-Prot Whltmell P. Martin
4. Democrat 'John T. Watklns
B. Democrat 'Riley J. Wilson
, Democrat 'Jarcd Y. Sanders
1. Democrat 'Ladlslas Lazero
. Democrat 'James B. Aswell
MAINE.
1. Republican 'Louts B. Goodall
2. Republican. ..'Wallace H. White, Jr.
(.Republican 'Jolitj A. Peters
4. Republican 'Ira G. Herscy
MARYLAND.
1. Democrat 'Jexsn D. Price
2. Democrat 'J. Fred 0. Talbott
1. Democrat". 'Charles P. Coady
4. Democrat J. Charles Llnthlcum
C. Republican 'Sydney E. Mudd
f. Republican Frederick N. Zlhlman
MICHIGAN.
2. Republican Mark R. Bacon
:i. Republican 'J. M. C. Smith
4. Republican E. L. Hamilton
7 Republican 'L. C. Cramton
8. Republican 'J. W. Fordney
!t. Republican... 'Jnmea C. McLaughlin
10. Republican... Ullbcit A. Cuirlo
11. Republican 'Frank D. Scott
12. Republican 'W. Frank James
18. Rtptibllcun 'Charles A. Nichols
Mi.s.sonu.
1. Democrat Milton A. Romjue
2. Drmocint 'W. W. Ruoker
3 Democrat Monlina W. Alexander
' Democntt 'fliarlcx F. Dooher
f. Demooiat 'William P. Holland
6 Dmnocrat t'leinent l Dlcklifeon
7 Deinocrat Tnuitnoy W. llnmlln
k. Demooiat.... 'Horsey W. Khackleford
! Demociat 'Champ Clark
10. Republican 'Jacob IX Meeker
11. Democrat 'William L. Igoo
12, Hcpubllcnn, 'L. (.'. Dyer
13, Democrat 'Walter L. Hensley
11. Democrat . ,.a....".IoK"pli W. Russell
Jrt. Demooiat 'ThotnnR L. Itubey
10. Democrat 'Perl D, Decker
MAS.SAClir.SETTS.
1 Republican Allen T. Treadway
1!.. Republican 'Fmloilck II. Glllott
3. Republican 'Calvin D. Palgo
l. Republican 'Samuel E. Wlnslww
d. Ropuhllcali 'John Jacob Rogers
(. Republican.,.. 'Augustus P. Gardiner
7 Domocrat 'Michael T. Phelan
f. Republican .'Fiederlck W. Dalllnger
! Independent Fuller
10. Democrat Petor Taguo
1i. Kcpvibllcnn '(leorKo II, Tlnlcham
It Republican 'William II. Carter
1 Republican... .....'William S. Ureeno
lo Republican...'. Joseph Walsh
MINNESOTA.
1 Republican 'riwlnev Anderson
.:. Republican 'Charles R.. Davis
4. Democrut 'Cull '. Yah Dyke
", llnpiibllcau Ernest I.undeen
' licpubllean Ilaiold Knutson
i Republican .'Audi en J. Yolatoad
Expected
House Rule
I
ft. Republican Clarence- B. Miller
0. Republican Halvor Bteenerson
MISSISSIPPI.
1. Democrat E. 8. Candlor
2. Dcnrocrut I..H. D. Stephens
3. Democrat Ml. O. Humphreys
4. Democrat T. U. Slsson
B. Democrat, o W. A. Vcnabla
8. Democrat B. P. Harrison
7. Democrat 'Percy E. Quin
8. Democrat J. W. Collier,
MONTANA.
At largo (two).
Domocrat 'John M. Evans'
Democrat Harry B. Mitchell
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
1. Republican 'Cyrus A. Sulloway '
2. Republican Edward II. Wason
NEW JERSEY.
1. Republican. ...William J. Drowning'
2. Republican ,'lsanc Bacharach
. jicpuoucan iioDori uirion
i. llepuullcan.... Elijah C. Hutchison
5. Republican 'John II. Uorntlcl; :
. j-'umucrni lioueri .N. Iicaiu
7. Republlcun Dow II. Duckkcr.
$. Republican 'Edward W. diay'
9. Domocrat John A. Matthews.
10. Republican.. 'Frederick R. J'.ohlbocli '
11. democrat 'John J. Kagan
12. Domocrat 'James A. Hamlll
NEW YORK.
1. Republican 'Frederick L Hicks.
S. Democial 'Charles P. Caldwell
3. Domocmt 'Joseph V. Flynn
S. Dcmociat 'James P. Maher
0. Republican 'Frederick W. Rowo
7. Democrat. 'John J. Fitzgerald
8. Democrat 'Daniel I. Griffin
9. Republican 'Oscar W. Swift
10. Republican 'Reuben L. tfasklll
11. Democrat 'Daniel J. Rlordau
13. Dfcnoeiat... .Christopher D. Sullivan
14. Democrat 'Michael F. Failcy
15. Democrat 'Michael F. Conry
18. Republican Oconto B Viands
19. Republican Walter I. Chandler
20. Republican 'Isaac Slegel
21. Democrat CJ. Murray Hulbuit
23. Democrat Honry BrucKnor
.. ucpuullran... .Benjamin I taircnuu
23. Republican
..'James W. HuteJ
its. itepubiican.,
27. Republican.
28. Republican.
29. Republican.
30. Republican.
32. Republican.
33. Republican.
34. Republican.
'isamunu I'taic
'Charle.i B. Ward
'Rollln B. Sanford
'James S. I'arl'cr
...Henry S. DeForrcit
'Luther W. Molt
'Homer P. PnydcV
.Oeorse W. rail-child
so. itepubiican
.."waiter W. .tingce
36. Republican.'. 'Norman J. Gould
37. RoDUbllcan.
.'Harrv H. Pratl
38. Republican..
39. Republican..
40. Republican..
41. Democrat....
42. Republican..
43. Republican..
'Thomas II. Dunn
Archie D. Sandera
Stephen W. Dompsoy
'Charles B. Smith
...William F. Waldo w
.'Charles M. lUmlll'jn
NEBRASKA.
1. Republican 'Charles F. Reaves
4. Republican 'Charles II. Sloan
NORTH CAROLINA.
1. Democrat 'John If. Small
2. Democrat 'Claude Kltchln
3. Democrat 'Georffl K. Hood
4. Democrat 'Edward W. Pou
B. Democrat 'Charles M. Stedman
6. Democrat 'Hannibal L. Godwin
7. Democrat L. D. Robinson
8. Democrat 'Robert L. Doughton
9. Democrat...,
1. Republican..
2. Republican..
3. Democrat....
4. Democrat...,
B. Democrat...,
9. Democrat....
10. Republican..
12. Democrat....
13. Democrat....
14. Democrat....
IB. Democrat....
16. Republican..
17. Democrat....
19. Republican..
0. Democrat....
'E. Y. Webb
OHIO.
...'Nicholas Longworth
Victor Helntz
'Warren Gard
B. F. Wclty
John S. Snook
....'Isaac R. Sherwood
'Robert M. Switxer
...'Clement Brumbaugh
.'Arthur W. Overmyrr
Ellsworth R. Bathrlck
George Whlto
...Roscoe C. McCulloch
.William A. Ashbrook
'John O, Cooper
nvilllam Oordon
Robert Crossr
21. Democrat.
22. Republican 'Henry I. Emerson
. OKLAHOMA.
1. Republican T. A. Chandler
2. Democrat W. W. Hastings
3. Democrat 'C D. Carter
4. Democrat....! T. D. McKeown
B. Democrat 'J. B. Thompson
il nmiu.pt 'Scott Ferris
7. Democrat Vanwi McCllntlc
8. Republican M)lck T. morgan
OREGON.
1. Republican.... W. C. Hawley
3. Republican 'C. N. McArthur
PENNSYLVANIA.
(At large (4).
Republican Thomas S. Crago
Republican M. M. Garland
Republican Joseph McLaughlin
Republican 'John R. K. Scott
Dis. ,..
1. Republican W. S. Vans
2. Republican 'George 8. Graham
8. Republican J. Hampton Moore
4. Republican "George W. Edmonds
E. Republican Peter E. Costello
6. HeDUhllcan 'George P. Darrow.
7. Republican Thomas 8. Butlor
8. Renubilcan H. W. Watson
10. Republican 'John R. Farr
12. Republican 'Robert D. Heaton
15. Republican 'Edgar R. O. Kless
17. Republican 'Benj-. K. Focht
20 Democrat Andrew R. Brodbeck
21. Republican "Charles II, Rowland
28. Republican O. D. Bleakloy
30. Republican 'William II. Coleman
RIIODOB ISLAND.
1. Democrat.... 'Georre F. O'Shaunessy
2. Republican 'Walter R. Stlness
3. Republican 'Ambrose Kennedy
SOUTH CAROLINA.
1. Democrat 'Richard S. Whalev
2. Democrat 'James F. Byrnes
3. Democrat Fred H. Domlnlck
4. Democrat: 'Samuel J. Nichols
b. Democrat 'David E. Flnley
6. Democrat 'J. Wlllard Ragsdale
7. Democrat 'A. F. Lever
TENNESSEE.
1. Republican 'Sam R. Sells
2. Republican 'Richard W. Austin
3. Democrat 'John A. Moon
4. Democrat 'Cordell Hull
5. Democrat 'William C. Houston
6. Democrat 'Joseph W. Byrna
7. Democrat 'Lemuel P. Padgett
S. Democrat 'Thetus W. Si"1
9. Democrat rr....'FInnls J. Garrett
10. Democrat Hubert Fisher
TEXAS.
At largo (two).
Democrat .!( foT..vmrn
! Democrat Daniel E. Garrett
T
to stop A cold
"Pape's Cold Compound"
ends severe colds or grippe
hi few hours.
Ilellof comes Instantly,
A dose taken every two nours until
threo doscB aro taken will end grippe
misery and break up a severe cole
either in the head, chest, body 01
limbs.
It promptly openi clogged-up nos
trils and air passages in the head,
stops nasty discharges or noso run
nlnir, relieves flick headache, dullness,
faverlshness, sore throat, (lnecztn?.
HoronoHi and stiffness.
Don't toy stuffed up! Quit blowlns
mm KiiufilnKl Uase your ttirobbln
lioad; Nothing elso In tho worli1
gives such prompt relief us 'Tnp&
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without assistance, tastes a, rnun
no Inronvenlence. Be suio yt l rtt
the genuine. Advt.
MILL IONS USE I
TODAY'S BEST FILMS
Masonlq Auditorium, Thirteenth
street and Now York avnu
fnno Urey and Frank Mills l '"The
I'lowor if .Fallii," adapted from
Tho Times' serial story (Interna'
tlounl Film Hervlae).
Circle, 2l0r Pennsylvania avenue
Nell Hhlpman and (leorire pun
can In "ThrouKh the Wall (Vita
graph). Itlppndromo, Ninth street and
New York avenue "For Lovo of
Gold" (Universal).
Venn Gardens, Twenty - flrst
street anJ Punnsylvnnla avenue
Sessue liny alcawa "and Tsort Aokl
In "The Honorable Friend" (Las
iy). Leader, Ninth, botween E and
F streets Lendre Ulrich In "Tho
Intrigue" (Morosco),
CrandaH', Ninth and E streots
Gladys Brockwell and Morsahell
Mayall In "The Sins of Her Pa
'rents" (Fox Film Company).
Savoy, Fourteenth street and
Columbia road: W. 8. Hart In "The
Patriot" (Triangle).
Apollo, 624 II stront northeast
Dustln Furtunn In "The Parson of
Panamlnt" (Morosco).
Avenue Grand, 04S Pennsylvania
avvntio southeast Dorothy GUh
In "The Llttlo School Ma'.p.m"
(Triangle).
Garden, 42.1 Ninth street Clara
Kimball Young In "ThG Common
Haw," adapted from tho novol by
Robert W. Chambern (BelznlcK).
Strand, Ninth and b streeth
Viola Dana and Augustus Phillips
In "The Gatos of Eden."
Loew's Columbia, Twelfth and
F streets Dustln Farnum In "A
Son of Erin" (Pallas).
1. Democrat Eugene Black
2. Democrat Martin Dies
3. Democrat Mames Young
4.' Democrat 8am Tte)bi,iii
5. Democrat Ilntton W. summers
ti. Democrat Hufur, Hardy
7. Democrat 'Alexander W. tlrcKB
S. Democrat...' Joc II. Earfle
9. Demociat J. N. Manslleld
10, Democrat James P. Buohanna
It. Democrat Tom Connally
12. Democrat Jamos C. Wilson
13. Iemocrat Marvin Jones
14. Democrat James Ij. Blaydcn
15. Democrat Mohn N. Garner
10. Democrat Thomas I Blanton
"UTAH.
1. Democrat, Milton II. Welling
2. Democrat....". Junics II. Mays
VERMONT.
1. Republican 'Frank I.. Greene
2. Republican 'Porter II. Dale
VIRGINIA.
1. Demociat William A. Jones
2. Democrat E. E. Holland
3. Democrat 'Andrew J. Montacue
4. Democrat 'Walter A. Watson,
ft. uemocrat 'isdward v. Haunuers
6. Democrat 'Carter Glass
7. Democrat T. W. Harrison
8. Democrat 'C. C. Carlln
9. Republican C. Bascom Slemp
10. Democrat 'H. IJ. Flood
WASHINGTON.
1. Republican John K. Mlllor
2. Republican 'Undley II. Hadley
3. Republican 'Albert Johnson
4. Ropubllcan..'Wllllam I.. I.a Follette
5. Democrat 'C. C. pill
WEST VIRGINIA.
3. Republican Stuart F. Reed
4. Republican Harry C. Woodyard
WISCONSIN.
I. Republican 'Henry A. Cooper
Jiepiinucan r-uwara voigm
3. Republican 'John M. Nelson
4. Republican W. J. Cnry
5. Republican 'W. II. Stafford
0. Republican M. II. Davldaon
7. Republican 'John J. Each
8. Republican.., 'Edward E. Browne
9. Republican David G. Classou
10. Republican 'James A. Frtar
11. Republican 'Irvine U Ienroot
WTOMINO.
fAt Large)
Democrat John D. Clark
Jury Considers Man's
Leg Is Worth $15,000
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 10.-A verdict
of 05,000 for the loss of a leg, with
unusual features attending thn trial of
the case, was awarded John M. Mlllt
gan, against the Philadelphia and Read
ing Railway Company.
A special trojta from Philadelphia
carrying munition workers to the plants
In Eddystone, struck a buggy In which
Mllllgan and Samuel Baxter were rid
ing and Baxter was killed and Mllllgan
lost a leg.
Among the features of the trial was
that although twelve men were swoin
as Jurors only eleven heard the case
and rendered the verdict. The trial be
gan Monday and because of election
no session was held on Tuesday. One
of tho Jurors returned to work on Tues
day, and at his place of employment a
heavy wooden block fell on his foot and
tho Injury prevented him for resuming
Jury duty In the case. To'prevent delay
of the trial counsel for both sides
agreed to proceed with the eleven
Jurors.
mrnmwm' Hnilfi rniimm riu;a' , ! wttmXBVWM'mmwm
W. ?b. Mioses Sons, I
. , 7 an6 lift Sis. I
Special Demonstration 3
-of the 1
Ideal
1 Fireless
Cooker
ALL THIS WEEK
In our Refrigerator Department Adjoining
New Postoffice.
The idea that a firelesa cooker is a
luxury seems to be the general opinion of a
great number of people. We phould'like to
nave you call and be shown the advantages
of the Ideal Fireless Cooker over the ordi
nary ways of cookings
1KKBK.EI1 :.
MINNESOTA COUNT
IS
Correspondent Doolaros Long
Ballot and Laok of Commu
nication, Aro Responsible,
VOTING
Dl APETC icnl ATcn '
rLlsbO loULA I CU .
NOT
UNUSUALLY
mi
WRITER SAYS
In Some Instances Judges Mu8t,ffiinfrtir!?,orBr!ihe' Mr,u,out
Travel Across Country With
the Totals.
Minnesota's allld for keeping millions
on the anxious seat awaiting the oount
on the Presidential candidates slnro
Tuesday night was mado today by W.
O. McMurchy, Washington correspond
ent for tho St. Paul and Minneapolis
Dally News,
Hero are some of the, reason why the
Gopher State can not definitely an
nounco election results as rapidly as hor
sister States: t-
The phys.cul difficulty oneountered by
ebfctlon clerks In canvassing u long
u'o in a polling Doom in
Novembor j
c.unor on thn I-orty-ninth parallel pre-
ncium rapid action. I
i.i .ny. of ,ha votln" . Places aro In
"""'"' loivnn; numn iw muos ironi
OUIHv seats, with neither (lnhm, 1
iviynrupn nor rauroaa communication.
Nearly a doxou constitutional amend
ments were voted on this year, noces
Hltutiug; additional time In counting.
Vote Largest Eer.
This -year's vote Is the largest In tho
history of the State, and takes longur
to eount.
"The returns In Minnesota are not
slower than usual this year," Mr. Mc
Murchy explained. "In fact, they ore In
better xhapo than usual so soon after
a Pi evidential election.
"The last close contest In Minnesota
wai over the Democratic nomination for
governor In 11)14 between tho lute Gov
crnor Hammond und Daniel W. hauler.
Just defeuted by Kellogg for Senator.
Lawler carried the three big eltlen, tho
vote of which Is always received most
promptly, by n large majority. Just as
did President Wilson last Tuesday. But
when tho returns from the rural dUtrlcts
began to como In Lawyer's majority In
tho cities began to dlmppoar, steadily,
but so slowly that It was not until thr
Saturday afternoon of elei tlon week that
returns which "might bo consldcied con
cluslvo were available.
"Tho ruial poitlons of Minnesota seem
generally to havo been doing for IIiiKhes
this time nhnt they did for Hammond
'two years ago overturn the adciso ma
jority In the three big cities. ,
Miles From Railroads.
"There arc hundreds of pteeincts In
Minnesota, esperlally In northern Min
nesota, which nre many miles from a
rallioad, and while the havo local tic-
phono servlc. many of them are 'iot
connected by either lelr:ipli or tc!'
phouo with any one of tin thre laijse
cities.
"That makes It lmnoMb!o f-r the
Judges to make a hurry-up iiint of ill"
head of the ticket and telephone It to
city newspapers. As I', dote; in more ne-
The Easiest Way
To End Dandruff
There la one suro way that never
falls to remove dandruff completely
and that Is to dissolve it. This de.
troys It entirely. To do this, Just kcU
about four ounces of plain, ordinal)
liquid arvon, apply It nt night when
retiring; use enough to moisten the
scalp and rub( It In gently with the
linger tips.
By morning most. If not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or foui
more applications will completely dls
solve and entirely destroy even single
sign and trace of It, no matter how
much dandruff you mar have.
You will' find, too, thai all Itching
and digging of the scalp will stop
Instantly, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky, and soft, and
look and reel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid arvon at any drug
store. It Is Inexpensive, and four
ounces Is all you will need. This slm
ploiemedy has never I been known
to rail. Advt.
n"yfcC
htt-
ll'l 4 J 0 . 1
MJWBil-J-ml I
ErnEi.
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possible districts. It means on tho other,
hand, that the Judged have to count up
the Presidential ticket, UtutP tlckut, this
year mo vole on nearly n !nn onsu
lutionui amendment', and on the ePrUrtg
Hi'Keti before Miey li nvn Inn lioth l
tiiU'.' tnelr )-turns to the eoiimy feat
"In some precincts of. St. Iiuls county
this Is a ti'ln n" 10(1 mllps. I'min north-
trn t?wns of Rel'.rnin oo'inlv along thl
(''itiiiiiiaii border, to the county neat ai
Bemldjl, the southern , point of tho
i county, the Judges and ballot boxes on
i their way to llm county seat havo to
ciiooso between n seventr-fivc-mli
I:. ..... . -vT-.::: .,i-
a soveniy-iivr-niiifl
unve by
Canadian
wagon or a detour ny m
Northern railroad to' For
Francis. Dnlnrln nnnrlv Ifll nillnt sstt
and Another 100 miles to Bemldjl.
Weather In Cold.
"All this explains delays with which
tliri more compact Eastern States are
'not familiar. Add to this tho physical
1 Altt lttiiltat nk-.. !.. 1n tlnla lit
Iuaasawuatjr Ui .' II VIBB1I1( J4H " "
n polllnff booth In November weather on
. llf 49th parnflel and there m little caune
1 iui nui ult iiiiil inn rmuniH irum itui iii"
ern Minnesota come In sl8wly.
"This year, too, the vote has been tho
iMlliuni bvit puiieil III Jlllllivnuiit, vilii
nearly 100 precincts yet to come, returns
mis moining Hhowcd a total or suv.uw
Four leara nun. In tho lamest poll
but ono over had In tho State bofore,
tlit'ro were less than 3o0,000 ballots cast
by men, Including thn Hoosevclt ticket!
WHion, Tart. Socialist, Prohibitionist,
and Publlo uwtiorshlp parties, nil of
which had tickets In the field. With
Iho voto of thn smaller parties. and the
returns from tho delayed precincts, It
seema .probable that tho voto of Minne
sota this year fil exceed 400.000,"
TWO SLIGHT QUAKES
REGISTERED HERE
Shocks Occurred Probably Within
2,000 Miles of City.
I'..',. lla.lit ...tkroialf. linntra w.r.
registered between 4 and ti o'oloek
today by tho seismograph In the
Georgetown University Observatory.
The tlrst wa at 4:24 o'clock and the
Inst from 4-.31 to 4:S2 o'clock.
AccordiiiR- to Father Francis A. Ton-
dorf, tho disturbance was very slight,
and must have occurred within a ra
dlua of 2.001) miles of Washington.
Father Tondorf stated that owing to
the high winds last night there was
some chance for miscalculation us to
from the distance. Cities In the 2,000,
mlle radius from Washington, approx
imately, are Porto Rico, New Orleans,
Kansas City, and Muntroal.
Woman, 70, Waits 21
Years to Sue Husband
fllir-AGO. Nov. I0.-Old ace and the
fenr that ehc innv become n ehnrltv de
pendent after twenty-one years, smoth
ered the pr!do of Mrs. Kcthertnc Ackci-
man and slie nied suit for divorce.
Tho widow of an officer In tho elvlt
war. sho Is sovrtit). Peter A. Arker
man her husband. Is elidity-four years
old.
Barringtofttiall
The Bakcpjyd Caffee
In the new PuUVo-Dtip Grind.
A delight to those who want
the best and actually coilt less
per cup than ordinary coffee at
30c
You have tasted coffee in
tome leading hotel, as clear as
wine, full flavored, delicious.
The Pul-Vo-Drip method is the
hotel method adapted to home
use.
Pul-Vo-Drip Barrington Hall
will produce for you that same
quality of coffee o0 cups to the
pound. Po$ibly double the
amount you get now.
Barrington Hall Coffee is
sold regularly at 40c in -pound
tins. Pul-Vo-Drip Pot at $1.10
each.
Introductory Price
A pound of this splendid coffee
and a pot $1.10 for both.
At all grocers.
Baker Importing Conpany
116 Hodsen Street New York.
It's Merits
Thousands of house
wives prefer EJk Grove
Butter because it is
pure, wholesome, and
palate tempting.
AT ALL GROCERS'
Golden & Co.
922-928 La. Ave.
Wholesalers Only.
1 Wins On !!
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DENVER RE-ELECTS
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DENVER, Colo., pv. 1(.-Ben B.
Undsej- has been re-elected Juvenile
Judge with a majority that leaves no
roon for doubt as to the sentiment of
Dsnven He ran well ahead of other
candidates on his county ticket, n inning
by approximately lO.WO votes.
His vlstoryls a triumph for the cause
nf aranA rnvnititneiit In hinvnr. ft !
more Imposing In view of tho efforts
that wero made to uucrcait mm in the
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Thttt Blocks from Ptnrtyhanlaor ReaJlng Station,, ln the ctnltr of
e "P? 'ho!"e f'M. Dlttlnctlce icrvtct and excellent Cuhtne
Thoroughly modem anJfre proof. Wire for resenalhm at our expenic
ROOMSWITH BATH,2 Uf , .',
JOO ROOMS .JOO BATHS "ITCMIC
Manauir
o)oa of his j city and tho world that
have marked, not only this,, but nil pre
vlous campaigns irt which he figured.
Denver's vote on Juvenile Judge marks
tiro utter discomfiture bf his encmleii
who havo not even tho consciousness in
defeat of'havlug mad, ft clean and lion'
est fight,
Judge Llndscy ran next to Julius .C.
Gunter, who1 received. 40,Mif votes In, Den
ver.i and Prealdehl Wilson, who received
411,162. He polled a total vote of 3(,R1
against 26.KH for Waiter C Meckernlorfi
the Republican Whltciead-IJ&tes candl
dale, wltltoul counting the absent voter
ballots, about ).20P, yet to arrive.
British Steamer Ashore. ,
SANTIAGO, Chile, Nov, 10.-The Brit
ish steamship, MadawascH, 4,210 tons. Is
ashoro'nt Corrall Bay, She (ailed from
Calcutta for Peru on September 4.
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Travers-Shoes
314 7th S,t. H. W. at D
Show here but' a few style
from among those in this
3td Anniversary . Sale
Aa evlUenoa of our appreciation of your
patronase you will be presented with a
box of Htleot Chocolates with your pur
chase tomorrow.
JT V M K s
Philapelphia

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