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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,' FRIDAY,1 NOVEMBER 10 .916.
D E MINNESOTA SOLDIER VOTE MAY 1 VERDICT TUESDAY Returns From 2,939 Vrdcinots , Show Hughes Leading By 1,034 Votes. DEMOCRATS STANDING PAT With a Nurse As Strong As the Powerful Katinka the Baby Was Having One Grand Time At ,the Big Sand Heap By FONTAINE FOX Say Number Will Be Cut Down to 400 by Civilian Returns Coming In. ST. PAUL Nov. lO.-The soldier vote probably will decide whether Hughes or Wilson will get Minnesota's electoral vote. The result probably will not be known before next Tuesday. Returns from 2.939 precincts out of 8.060 show Hughes leading by 1,031. Democrats, however, refused to concede the State. They declared Hughes' lead will be cut down to about 400 by the returns yet to be counted among the civilian voters. Election commissioners are on their way from the border today with the votes cast by the Minnesota soldiers on the border. This vote must be can vassed. Democrats here say that they have private advices that 1.S0O soldier votes were cast, and that Wilson secured about 1,3X1 and Hughes 600. On these figures and their claim that the civilian plurality will bo cut to 400, Democratic campaign managers claim the State by 00. Republican managers says the soldier vote will split flfty-flfty, and that Hughes will win the State by a safe plurality. WILSON HAS 3,839 LEAD IN CALIFORNIA NumbeF'Reduced- by- Thousand Be cause of New Error. BAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 10.--CompIele returns from 5,838 out of 6.S66 precincts in California at 9:20 today gave Wilson 46S.782 and Hughes 462,869, a lead for Wilson of 3.88X The reduction In the total vote for Wilson was caused by a- correction made by County Clerk Kay. of Hum boldt county, which showed Wilson had previously been erroneously credited with 1.000 votes. In sending returns to the United Press from seventy-six pre cincts Kay gave these figures: Hughes. 6.670: Wilson. S.014. Ho declared today that Wilson's total hould have been 4,014. Two additional precincts In Humboldt county brought Wilson's total to 4,049 and Hughes to 5,723. An additional precinct from San Ber nardino county gave Wilson 415 and Hughes 152. This leaves only twenty-eight precincts In California to be heard from. The re vision of the Humboldt county vote will not change the result In California. FINAL COUNT NEEDED IN NEW HAMPSHIRE Both Party Committees Glaim Doubtful State. ' y- T. r&fi: J Jill Jr s MILITIAMEN MARCH E1GHTMILES0NC0LD DAYON AUSTIN ROAD Guardsmen Cover .Distance In Good Time, Returning to Camp Fresh. SOLDIERS PARADE FOR PAY Paymaster Overdue and Men Voice Loud Protests Camp Closed to Snakes. . militiamen made excellent time In cover ing the distance. They returned to camp fresh and strong and seemed to regret the hike was not longer. The medical detachment was given practice in attending the wounded, tag King and sending them back to tho field hospital for further treatment. Men Eager for Pay. .This afternoon tho militiamen mado a charge on an enemy whose position was outlined by long stretches of trenches dug by them several days ago. Later the trenches were filled and the ground leveled off. The Washlngtonlans are holding dally parades through the camp shouting "Wo want pay." Their money was duo them on November 1. Colonel Young says tho paymaster probably will visit his men tomorrow. Members of Troop A have received and spent their pay. Too Much of Good Thing. "Why not hire "an efficiency expert to reorganize your office force?" "I tried that once," replied the busi ness man. "Didn't the plan succeed V "Only too, well. Everybody quit but the efficiency expert; and I discharged him for fear he might try to reor ganize me." Ship Owner's Son Weds Childhood Sweetheart NKW YOHK. Nov. J0.-Tli fastest ships of tho I.uckcnbnch " Steamship Company haven't nnythlng on young Lewis J.uckcntincli. only, son of Edgar F. Luckcnbach, millionaire head of the company. Tho youth started for n drive Monday afternoon with Miss Lillian Lundbcck, daughter, also, of a wealthy marine man.'O. Illlmcr Lundback, and they came back married. The brldo Is nineteen, the bridegroom twenty-one. Immediately after the ceremony they received belated parental consent and started South on their honeymoon. Young Luckcnbach and his bride were childhood sweethearts. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the fjlgnature of W$KI CAMP WILSON, Ban Antonio, Tex., Nov. W.-The District militiamen made order today. The march was over the Austin road and extended from the "" oounaariea or camp Wilson to Tho day was cold and raw and the THIS WOMAN SAYS FRIENDS MARVEL AT WONDERFU L CHANGE Is a walking advertisement for Dreco, for It fixed up her stomach trouble, con stipation, and liv er troubles in fine style. PoiuaYpucreDPa Copyrlfbt. Ull, by in WliMltr tiyndlcata. ino. WHEELBARROW BET ON HUGHES IS PAID Baltimoreans Push Men Through Streets as Crowds Cheer. CONCORD. N. II.. Nov. 10,-Although official figures as so far determined continued to back up the Republican committee's claim that Hughes would win New Hampshire, the rechecklng of Tuesday's ballots early today, showed a tendency to put New Hampshire In the Wilson column. New Hampshire Is still held In the doubtful list, and both State commit tees are steadfast in their claims of victory. The Republicans claim the BUte by a plurality of 100. or a little more, and the Democrats forecast the final oount will be at least eighty-four In their favor. DeDUtv Secretary Plllsburv. who Is In charge of the checking of the ballots,') aeoiarea cany to day mat it will be noon before the final figures will be available. NEW MEXICO SAFE IN WILSON COLUMN Plurality Will Not Go Below 1,500, Is Latest Estimate. 'ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, Nov. 10. With 633 of 638 precincts in New Mexico reported, the vote today stands Wilson, 32,185: Hughes, 80,406. It Is practically certain that the re maining precincts to be heard from will not reduce the President's plurality be low 1,600, and that the eleotoral vote of the State will not be split. Hughes Now Has Lead of 3,149 m West Virginia WHEELING, W. Va-. Nov. 10. With 111 precincts In 1,718 missing, Hughes was leading Wilson by 3,149 early today. The count was Hughes, 188,380; Wilson. 130.181. Cornwell (D.), for governor. Is again leading Robinson, Republican, by 1,858 votes with 186 precincts Sissing. Southern and western coun es have sprung many surprises. Early today Federal officers were In charge of many ballot-boxes In Marshall county and elsewhere. DOG STEALS CANARY; WOMANCALLS POLICE NEW YORK, Nov. 10. An excited feminine voloe shrilled over the tele phone to police headquarters last night: "For goodness' sake send some detec tives up right away to 773 St. Ann's ave nue, the Bronx. This la Mrs. Annie Wolf, and burglars have stolen my pet canary and my royal fox Xurs. Oh. aearl Detectives Murnby and" Foley started for Mrs. Wolfs rlaf. Peering under Mrs. Wolf's couch, ono of the sleuths discerned a pair of canary wings. Back In a dork corner the de teotlve fished forth Mrs. Wolfs furs, badly the worse for wear. , Last of nil he dragged out Mrs. Wolf's St. Bernard puppy, Prince. When put through the third degree prince whined for forgiveness. Mrs. Wolf doclded to suspend sentence. BALTIMORE, Nov. 10. South Bal timoreans stood at windows, at doors and on the curbs to cheer two mem bers of the Webster Club, of aouth Baltimore, who wheeled two other members about two miles through many streets as payment for bets made on Hughes to win. Preceded by a gay crowd of small boys, who, fox reasons known only to themselves, sang "Brighten the Corner," and encouraged by the blares of four trumpeters, Clarence Wil liams pushed Russell Richards, and Harry McMahon pushed William Rlcketts In separate flag-decked wheelbarrows rrom the club on Web ster street to Fort avenue, to Key Highway, to Hill street, to Charles street, to Fort avenue, and back to the clubrooms. The two pushers were attired In bright regalia, ns were the two push ed, and James Lancaster, president of the club, led the march with a big American flag. Hundreds lined the streets and shouted "Wilson, Wilson!" and there was not a dissenter. Never, during the long march, did either of the barrow pushers stop. The two Just looked grim and kept on pushing till they pushed the last step of the way. VOTE FRAUD PROBE ROESON UNCHECKED y Oh! the Charm of Beauty Let Stuart's Calcium Wafers Restore the Color to Your Cheeks and Remove the Cause of Pimples, Blackheads, Etc. Every one envies, a beautiful skin. Just as every onetenvles a healthy person. . Unsightly 'faces filled with PlmDles. dlscoloratlons. blackheads. etc., are nothing but unhealthy faces due to blood Impurities. Cleanse the blood and the facial blemishes disappear. V rJwsiv Jf "Life to Me Xorr I a Beaateawa Thins;, for I Have Made All Skin Troubles a Thins: of the Past," Tou must not believe that drugs and salves will stop facial blemishes. The cause Is Impure blood nlled with all manner of refuse matter. Stuarts Calcium Wafers cleanse and clear the blood, drlylng out all poisons and Impurities. And you'll never have a good complexion until the blood Is clean. No matter how bad your complex Ion Is, Stuart's Calcium Wafers will work wonders with it. Tou can get these little wonder-workers at your druggist's for 60 cents a package. Frit Trial Coupon F. A. Stuart Co.. 330 Stuart Bid., Marshall, Mich. Send me at onoe, by return mall, a free trial pack age of Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Name Street City "... State. (Continued from First Page'.) kota had b'een tampered with. North Dakota was one of the doubtful States. There were Intimations that early dis closures might bo made In California, where agents of the Department of Jus tice have been Investigating election fraud charges since the polls were opened ucsday, and where the presence of United States marshals to guard bal lot boxes has been considered necessary as a safeguard against fraud. Instructions were sent to the United States district attorney at Denver yesterday to send agents Im mediately to Investigate election frauds In New Mexico nnd other close States. Hlnton G. Clabaugh, chief of the Bureau of Investigation at Chicago, and one of the men responsible for rounding up the black mall syndi cate recently Is today In Minnesota at the head of a staff of Investigators looking Into election fraud charges. Colonization of colored men In doubt ful northern States Is one of the phases of tho subject under Investigation. Department officiate would not divulge what evidence they had obtained In this phase of the case, nor would they say what specific Instances ballot box stuffing, voting of repeaters and other election Irregularities bad been un covered. Assistant Attorney General Samuel J. Graham, who Is In charge of the elec tion fraud Investigation refused to dis cuss his plans today. He said it would be obviously Improper to discuss the matter until the department la ready to proceed In court. A. Bruce Hlclaskl. chief of the Bureau of Investigation, and scores of agents working under his direction throughout the country are co-opcratlng with Mr. Graham, and with the United States At torneys In the twelve States under fire to nrobe the election charges In the hot. I torn. The alleged prosecution of alleged elec tion frauds In Ohio. Indiana, and Illinois Is expected to center on charges that 80. 000 colored voters from this Knuth n.r colonized In these States and permitted " "r'"ki ami vuic iii woiuuon vi rea eral law. The registration of non-naturalized citizens and false registration by pad ding the registration Usts with fictitious names will form tho basis of prosecu tions In several other States where vot ers so Illegally registered cast ballots by "repeating." Attorney General Gregory would make no formal statement today. Officials of the Department, however, called atten tion to a statement made by the Attor ney General the Saturday night before election. In which he said: "Our investigations show In one city the padding of registration lists with fictitious names to an extent which. In the light of accurate Information al ready obtained, Indicates that the num ber of such false names probably reaches Into the thousands." $10 BILL BUYS STYLISH FALL SUIT OR OVERCOAT Many Men Take Advantage of Big Bargains Offered at Friedlander's. The big bargain center of Washington If you're a keen, accurate Judge of values you'll know at once that that means Frledlander Brothers, 423 Ninth street northwest Is the objective point of scores of men these days to whom the sale of Fall Suits and Overcoats at 110 acts as a powerful magnet. The models offered at this price rep resent the most select styles of the season. They're there In all the popular and seasonable colors, Including the greens and the rich browns. AH the new stripes and patterns and snap py weaves are Included. The range of sizes Is complete; the short man, the tall man, the stout man, tho thin man, and the man of "odd" proportions can be perfectly fitted at this plce. For the man who wishes to pay a little more for his Suit or Overcoat, Frledlander' are displaying an assort ment that cannot be beat under 16 any where, at $12.60. Still better Suits and Overcoats are being sold at 115. In addition to the above, a mammoth sale of Trousers Is In progress. A vast assortment of Trousera la all sizes, all fabrics, and In practically every shade and pattern Is being offered at theso sensationally low prices: $1.95, j,g So' varied Is the asortment that It will be a comparatively easy matter to match any odd coat, the result belnr practically a new suit at less than the usual cost of the trouBors. Don't delay, men make It a point to go down to Frledlander Bros., 418 Ninth street northwest, at once nn,i m.i,. your selection. This Is an unusual op 1 nortunlty to save money take advan. to 01 HI-Advt, I don t know how many of my friends have asked me lately. 'What on earth has come over you? You don't look like the same person we knew a few months ngo and I answer them with one word. "Dreco. 1 m hon.tu- . n..ini- testimonial for that mrrilrlna. nnrt vnn I are more than welcome to print my case. ' for I am grateful for It." Thus spoke Mrs. I-annle Stevens, of M2 Florida ave. northwest. Washington, D. C. 'I had not been to say, well, for about eight years. My digestion was poor and was getting worse, "until I was Uklng medicine of somo sort all the time. Some ".??. x felt wo than others, but uldn t seem to get any permanent relief. After a whllo I lost my appetite all to gether, and what food I forced down, seemed to sour and form gas In my stomach. My liver was very sluggish, too. and I suffered misery from sick headache. "A t'nje went on other complications set In. I grew weak and nervous and lost a great deal of strength and weight, and had a dull. languid feeling all the time. My complexion got sallow like I had no blood left In me. Night time was hideous as I Just could not sleep to do any good, and I'd often awaken with a sudden start. I was continually constipated and had to take something every night of my life. I "About this time there was a great amount of talk going around about the . root and herb medicine, Dreco, so I de cided to try It. and right then I got on the right road to health. I took It regularly and faithfully, and In a few days I was enthusiastic over It. for It ! certainly was making me feel better. I have now taken three bottles of Droro. 1 and my complexion has cleared up, my color, appetite and strength have re-' turned to me. I now sleep fine and my liver Is acting, and am nsver bothered a day with constipation, f Just feel -full of life and energy, and I know Dr,eco la the greatest medicine on earth. 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