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IKE GLEAN SWEEP 1
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JOHN M. HAINES ELECTED GOV
ERNOR AND ENTIRE STATE
TICKET VICTORIOUS.
Stale Remains Loyal to President Tsft
And the Next Legislatur« Will
Be Overwhelmingly Repub
lican In Both Branches.
S.
Boise, Idaho.—The Gem state Is In
The Republican column this year, hav-j
Inf elected presidential ©lectors who j p*.
will cast their votes for President j nv
Tan. while the entire state ticket, I
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headed by John M. Haines for gover
nor, has been elected.
U was no walkaway for the Repub
licans, however, as President Taft won
by barely 78o votes. It will take the
off rial count to determine the exact
figures,
John M. Haines' election as governor
was made possible by the Mg majori
ties given him by the south-eastern
counties. Kremont, Bonneville, Bing
ham, Bear Lake, Bannock, Cassia and j
Oneida counties rolled up big major!- j
ties for him.
It a<*emed for a time that Chief Jus- ;
Cce Stewart had been defeated, his op
. 4 L Bowen,, Democrat, making a
great raco.
Burton 1* French has been re
ib,"'U|d to congress, while Addison T.
Smith will be the new congressman
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John M. Haines.
from the Gem »täte, the enlargement
of the membership in congress giving
Idaho an additional congressman.
in Canyon county the Republicans
trloctod every candidate with the ex
ception of superintendent of schools,
Grace Carleton, Republican, candidate
for re-election, losing to Z. Kay Fow
ler, Democrat, by 300 votes. Tho Re
publican candidates for the legislature
bended the ticket, receiving 100 more
votes than Frank Breshears, success
ful candidate for sheriff.
TH© Republican county ticket re
ceived majorities ranging from 900 to
2 , 000 .
Democrats carried every county of
fice In Lemhi, except probate judge, by
a landslide. Reed, Democrat, and
Herndon. Democrat, for legislature,
were elected.
Returns from the election Indicate
that few, If any. of the plana to move
county seats in the state were success
ful. In ('assta, Lewis and Adam»
counties the present seats of govern
ment at Albion. Nezperce and Coun
cil will be retained.
According to returns from a major
ity of the precincts in Boise county,
the seat of government of that county
wilt not be removed front Idaho City
ta Montour at present.
The Republican county commission
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by 2,700 in th© county. All of the |
county candidates with the exception
of Ivy Wilson, had better than a ma
jot By of 2,000 votes in the election.
Although Wilson carried Washing
ton county, the Democratic state and j
count ycaadidates failed to keep pace j
with the head of the ticket. Haines .
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«rs of Ada county all won by over 2,- ,
44 JO plurality, and Sheriff Roberts won |
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It'd for governor by 24)0 votes and all
other Republican state candidates
po'li-d havier votes than their oppo- j
neats
j
That Idaho's twelfth legislative ses
sion will, rapidly after convening and j
Immediately following the formal dis j
charge of U* pledge to the people ot j
the state in the re-election of United j
States Senator William E. Borah, de j
vclop Into an alignment ot two fao
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fions, one the stalwart or Progressive j
Republicans and the other the conser- :
vatlve or reactionary Republicans, is j
now conceded by leaders of both par ;
ties, who are watching with interest j
the conflict they expect to see waged. ;
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Rich Fscss Accuser«.
Boise. Idaho.—8. J. Rich of Black- j
foot, state Immigration commissioner, ;
openly charged with treachery to Got
ernor Hawley, who appointed him, in
assisting to swing the votes of south
east Idaho Into the Republican column,
was butor« the governor on Friday to
face bis accusers. He branded the
stories as absolute lies and defied any
one to produce proof.
Mr. Rich admitted be was lukewarm
In the campaign, but denied he distrib
uted Republican literature or that he
aided the Republicans in any way.
Electoral Vote for President
Wilson. Taft. Rooeevelt
Fro*.
ft.
State.
Alabama . ..
Arizona . ..
Arkansas . .
"alifornla . .
Colorado . ..
Connecticut
re . .
I •'
Iowa
N.
N.
N.
New
N.
N.
H.
H.
8.
W.
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13
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I Georgia .
Idaho .
Illinois .
Indiana .
4
29
16
I a
low» . ...,
Kansas . . ,
Kentucky .
1-oulxlonn ,
Maine .
Maryland .
! 1
I ••
I I
«
1*
chusetts .
1
Michigan
Minnesota
Miss.nil
Montana.
Nebraska . ...
Nevada .
S. I ta in,>nltl re.
New Jersey ..
12
5f pl
M
13
*
8
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.
New'Msoilco .
j p*. Carolina' !
j nv Dakota . .
I dkUhoma
Oregpn.
Pennsylvania ,
Rhode Island .
S, Carolina ...
4 Dakota. ■ ..
Tennessee . ..
Tuxup .
Utah.
Vermont.
tMri-le'n.
Washington ..
W. Virginia ,.
Wlscens n . ..
W> oming , ...
Total.
14
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1
5
21
10
38
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9
6
12
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7
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429
12
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ELECTION RESULT
New
New
New
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WILSON RECEIVES GREATEST
j ELECTORAL VOTE IN HISTORY
OF PRESIDENTIAL CONTESTS.
Oomblnod Popular Vota for Taft and
Roosevelt Is Over a Million
Greater Than That Received by
Swvceftsful Candidate.
Wilson and Marshall will have 429
eipcloial votes u8 the result of the
vole at the election on November 8.
Colon,-! Roosevelt was second in tho
race! and will have 90 c'ectoral votes,
.vhile President Taft will be given the
vole of Utuh, Idaho and Vermont, a
total of 12.
The figures show that the Demo
cratic candidate* have the greatest
electoral majority ever given nt a
presidential election. The returns
have been slow In coming in, but the
figures given are substantially correct.
From latest returns it would appear
that the successful candidates did not
receive a majority of all the votes
cant. The figures show thnt Wilson
received C,361,002, ns against 3,595,800
for Taft and 4,058,430 for Roosevelt.
Total for Taft and Roosevelt of 7,
854,230, or a majority over Wilson of
1,293,234.
Popular Vote for President at
Election of 1908. >
Pro. Hoc,
662 1.347
906 1 29Î
300 837
1,156 2.424 I
11,402 33.791
. 21.779
2,682 7.829
36,094 83.913
1,016 1,365
Tuft. Bryan. Chafln. Debs.
Rep, Dem.
. 25,305 74,374
. 57,791 85,584 1.161 6,759
. 214,390 127,492 11.770 28.659
. 123,700 126, «41 6,559 7,974
. 112,815 68,255 2.SS0 6,113
*2,072
... 10,654 31,104 1.356 3,747
... 41.693 72,830 1.059
.. 62.657 36,193 2,003 6.403
... 629.932 450.610 29,364 34,711
... 348,993 333,262 18 045 13.476
... *75,210 200,771 9,837 8 287
... 197,218 161,209
... 236,711 244,093
... 8,958 63.568
... 66.9S7 35.403 1.487 1,758
... 110.513 115,908 8,303 2.323
Massachusetts 265.966 153.643 4.374 10.779
Michigan . 333.318 174.313 16.705 11.537
. 196.836 109,401 10,114 14,469
. 4.505 60.876
. 346,915 345.889 4,212 15.39S
29,326
126.997 131,099 5,179
10,214 10,653
New Hamp ... 53,144 83.655
New York ... 870,070 667.468 22.667 38,451
New Jersey... 206.298 182.522 4.930 10.243
North Carolina 114.824 136,928
North l)ak.... 67.741 32.935
. 572.313 602.721
. 110.558 122,406
. 62,5.10 38,049
State.
Alabama ..
Arkanavi .
Call for-da .
Colorado ..
Connecticut
Delaware . 25,007
Florida ....
Georgia ....
Idaho .
Illinois .
Indiana ....
Iowa .
Kansas ....
Kentucky .
Louisiana ..
Maine .
Maryland ..
240
677
584
5.033 12,420
5,887 4 000
Minnesota ...
Mississippi ..
Missouri .....
Montana . 32.313
Nebraska
Nevada .
I 048
117
. • ■
3,521
2,029
ilo
Oklahoma
Oregon ....
Pennsylvania.. 743.779 418.785
Rhode Island. 43.942 24.70«
3.963 62.288
118,619 13*819
«5.603 216,737
61,015 42.601
39,53* 1U9«
I Virginia . 52.573 82.946
106.062 58.691
137.88# 111 41S
. 247.747 168.632
| Wyoming . 20 . 84 « I4,9i8
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. . State.
! Via bam a
I Arkansas
j '.ilifornlu
- 'olerado
Carolina..
Dakota.... 67.46«
Tennessee
t'exns.
Utah .
Vermont .
100
So
2,846
268 1,883
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l.lll .
4,700 14.177
5.139 3,679
11,564 38,164
, Washington ..
| ww-onsirf 1 ..*'.
1.715
68
..7.677,021 6.405,182 260,481 412,330
Total
I Electoral Vote tor President at
Election of 1908.
Taft. Bryan.
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9
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ju«ag* u '
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ot j Iowa ....
j Kentucky
j ja>ulsltt»a
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: Maine .
Maryland -
j Massachusetts
: Michigan .
is j Vltesissippl
; Mfitsourt ..."
j Montana .I.
; M«Jra&
I New Hampshire
n«w Jersey .
j NnnhTa^roiina'ljim
; North Dukota
j Oklahoma '".'.l
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12
39
12
4
3
7
in
to
the
he
Oregon ...
Pennsylvania .
Rhode Island .
Bouth Carolina .
South Dakota . .
Tennersee .
Taxas ..
Utah .
Vermont ..
Virginia .
Washington ..
West Virginia .
Wisconsin ..
Wyoming .
Total .
.... 4
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9
4
13
1*
.. 3
,.. 4
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1*5
Popular Vote for Pres dent
Taft. Roosevelt
Prog.
20.000
11.755
25.000
332.250
70.000
83,54«
8,200
4,200
21.849
28.000
409.000
1 «0,903
145,482
80,000
102,875
13.000
48,387
57,040
140,152
220.000
110,000
5,500
127,500
22,340
74.000
Wllnon.
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State.
Alabama .... 76,000
Arizona ... 18.465
Arkansas ,. 75,000
California .. 310,415
Colorado .. 120,000
Connecticut.
Delaware ..
Florida ....
Georgia ... 93,857
Idaho . .
Illinois .
Indiana ... 270.887
Iowa . .
Kansas
Kentucky . 218,705
Louisiana . 72.000
Maine. 60,948
Maryland . 111.738
Mass.170,995
Michigan .. 190,000
Minnesota . 95,000
Miss. 65,000
Missouri . . 84 3.560
Montana 44,920
Nebraska .. 109.000
Nevada ,
N. Damp, .
N. Jersey.. 167,079
N. Mexico, 15,100
New York . 850,721
N. Carolina 160,000
N. Dakota. 35.000
Ohio. 446,769
Oklahoma , 120,000
Oregon , .. 28,480
Penn. 256,811
H. Island . 30,197
H. Carllna . 01,000
8. Dakota . 55,000
Tennessee , 120,000
Texns , ... 209,000
Utuh.■
Vermont .. .
Virginia . .
Wash. 94,130
W. Virginia 120,000
Wisconsin . 205.000
Wyoming . 17,000
18,000
4,765
26,000
3,085
65.000
73.601 87,268
22,659 16,144
31.000 3.700
5,187
32,00ft .15,000
. 418,000 ' 250,000
151,157
. 162,880 114,547
, 98,800 60,100
110,270
4.000
26,504
52,984
152,255
150.000
75.000
3.000
105,300
27,760
48.000
8,854 3,705
33,333 31,816
84,552
I 4.250
450,466
40.000
25.000
312,600
90.000
22,490
255,331
27,703
1.200
60.000
50.000
28.000
35.000 40,000
15,367 23,236
78,881 21,131
75,145
65.000
180.000
15.000
6.112
17,110
138,5 83
7.soil
382,463
80.000
27,000
263,564
22.020
884 384
16,442
2,100
60,000
32.000
13.000
2
18,070
126,265
80,000
80,000
8.000
4,058,430
Make-Up of the Next House of
Representatives
Totals
6.361,002 8,505,800
State.
Alabama ,
Arizona . .
Arkansas .
Califi
Colorado..
Connecticut . .
Delaware . ....
Florida.
Georgia.
Idaho .
Illinois.
Indiana . .....
Iowa . .......
Kamms .
Kentucky . ..
Louisiana . ...
Maine.
Maryland . . .
MasHachusettH .
Michigan . ...
Minnesota . ..
Mississippi . .
Missouri .
Montana . ....
Nebraska . ...
Nevada .
New Hampshire
New Jersey . n
New Mexico ....
New York .
North Carolina .
North Dakota . .
Ohio .
Oklahoma.
Oregon .
Pennsylvania . .
Rhode Island . .
South Carolina .
South Dakota ,
Tennessee .
Texas .
Utah .
Vermont.
Virginia.
Washington . . .
West Virginia .
Wisconsin.
Wyoming:.
Rop. Prop.
Dem.
10
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la .
5
5
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6
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12
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1
3
20
13
8
B
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9
I
3
7
2
9
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12
3
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3
7
1
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13
7 I
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2
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2
9
3
2
I
5
8
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Total .
294
126
16
Governors Elected, Their Party
Affiliations and Pluralities.
Colorado—
Plurality.
15. K. Ammons, Democrat. 20,000
Connecticut—
Klnieon K. Baldwin, Democrat. 7,000
Delaware—
Charles R. Miller, Republican. 1,605
Florida—
Park Trammell, Democrat.... 30,000
Idaho—
Johf M. Haines, Republican.. 786
Illinois —
Edward E. Dunne, Democrat. .110,654
Indiana—
Samuel H. Ralston, Democrat. 97,000
Iowa—
George J. Clarke, Republican.. 1.000
Kansas—
George H. Hodges, Democrat.. 500
Massachusetts—
Eugene N. Foss. Democrat.... 48,650
Michigan—■
W, N, Ferris, Democrat. 10,435
Minnesota—
A. O. Eherhart. Republican,... 10,000
Missouri-—
Eliot W. Major, Democrat.115,000
Montana—
Sam V. Stewart, Democrat.. 12,000
Nebraska—
J. H. Morehead, Democrat.,., 15,000
New Hampshire—
I Franklin Worcester, Republican
Legislature elects
New York—
William Snlzer, Democrat.
North Carolina—
Loeko Craig. Democrat.
North Dakota—
1* 1>. Hanna, Republican. 2,000
Ohio—
James M. Cox. Democrat.
Rhode Island
Theodore F. Greene. Demoernt 2,000
South Carolina-—
Cole L. Blease. Democrat.
South Dakota—
Frank M. Byrne. Republican.. 2,000
Tennessee—
Ben W. Hooper. Republican.. 5,000
Texas—
Oscar C. Colquitt. Democrat.. 193,050
Utah—
William Spry, Republican..;. 7,391
Washington —
Ernest Lister. Demoerat. 4,000
West Virginia—
H. D. Hatfield, Republican.... 3,000
Wisconsin—
F. K. McGovern, Republican.. 5,000
150,000
50,000
90,000
50,000
Bryan on the Job.
Washington.—William J. Bryan has
arrived in Washington and he will
spend all week conferring with politi
cal leaders preparatory to the official
commencement of the coming Demo
cratic administration Bryan will visit
Woodrow WIison befor© going to his
winter home in Florida. It is pre
dicted here that while lie may not
enter Wilson's cabinet his influence
will be considerable during tho first
Democratic administration for -sixteen
years.
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Wants to Keep Party Going.
Oyster Bay, N. Y.—In a conference
with Alexander Moore, the Pittsburg ,
Progressive editor. Colonel Roosevelt !
on Saturday gave the assurance that
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he proposes to Keep -in touch with the
Progressive party's affairs.
Denies Rumor.
Madison. Wis.—President Charles H.
Van Hise of the Un'.verslty ot Wiscon
sin declared on Saturday there was
'nothing In" a report that lie waa to
be chosen a member of President
elect Wilson's cabinet.
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MAKR-VF OF UTAH LEG I S I.A TUR «8.
the Moimr.
Republicans .*.
Democrat« ...
the Kennte.
Republicans .
Democrats ..
MAKK-Ul* OK IDAHO LEGISLATURE.
In the House.
*7
Republicans ,
Democrats . .
I
In the Senate.
,
.. 20
.. 4
Republicans . ..
Democrats . ...
The Vote In'Utah.
The following tables shows plurali
ties of the candidates for governor
and presidential electors in different
counties In Utah.
County.
Beaver , ..
Box Elder .
Cache .
Carbon .
Davis.
Emery . ....
Oarfleld ....
Grand ....
Iron.
Juab . . ....
Kane.
Millard . ...
Morgan ....
Piute .
Rich.
Salt I.ake ..
San Juan ...
Sanpete ....
Sevier.
Summit ....
Tooele.
Uintah.
Utah.
Wasatch ....
Washington
Wayne .
Weber.
Tnft Wilson Spry Tolton
600
400
42
110
383
500
250
100
175
I.:-.
I,, * I
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225
'.'Ml
25
50
LS0
250
!M
22 I
200
137
182
106
Ml
71

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4,500
3,200
.
20
350
im .
ir. I
589
250
I "
2
2 8S
14
I •
250
450
100
50
99
120
,■7
460
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9,298 1.469
Totals . . 6,593 1,538
Vote on Governor of Utah by Counties,
Sprv Tolton Morris
Counties
Beaver . ,
Box Elder . 1,231
_ 2,733
.... 885
_1,330
110
::,
1.0« .3
1,212
1,190
3,115
Cache .
Carbon . ...
Davis.
Kmery , ...
Grand . ....
Garfield . ..
Iron.
Juab.
Kane.
Millard . ..
Morgan . ..
Piute .
Rich.
San Juan ..
Salt Lake ..
Sanpete.2,312
1,353
1,198
425
170
2 08
1,158
if, i
! 7«
5
« I
459
266
42
25
1,380
2,312
2,031
151
379
175
784
9 3 I
279
218
323
144
1 1 S
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3
2 I I
83
31
81
8 (
8,485
1,380
.13,363
9,596
2,031
Sevier . ...
Summit . .
Tooele . ..
Uintah . ..
Utah.
Wasatch .
Washington
Wayne . ..
Weber . ..
902
217
874
I 95
92 I
428
19 1
584
573
.. 959
1,028
760
sr.s
553
59
7 :8
827
1 «
.. 244
.. 3,4 25
134
2,975
3,401
Total
37,134 30,087 20,338
THE IDAHO LEGISLATURE.
The next legislature will be as fol
lows:
Senate.
Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem.
House.
County.
Ada.
•Adams .
Bannock . .....
Bear Lake ....
•Bonneville . ..
Bingham.
Blaine .
Boise .
Bonner .
Clearwater . ...
Canyon .
Cassia.
Custer.
Elmore .
Fremont.
Idaho .
Kootenai.
Latah .
•Lewis.
Lemhi.
Lincoln .
Nez Perce .
Oneida .
Owyhee.
Shoshone .
Twin Falls ....
Washington . ..
5
1
1
*
1
1
1
1
1
l
l
1
1
1
1
5
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
I
l
16
1
I
1
I
1
1
i
2
1
1
4
1
1
500
I
1
l
Totals .
20
4 67
4
•Joint senator.
Total on joint ballot. Republicans
77, Democrats 8. There are 85 votes
on Joint ballot, 24 senators. 61 repre
sentatives. Necessary to elect on joint
ballot, 69.
Members of Utah Legislature.
The next state senate will consist
of sixteen Republicans and two Demo
crats. the latter being holdovers. All
the Republican candidates were elected.
The personnel of the senate will be:
First district— W. S. Hansen, (R).
Second district—James W. Funk, tD
—holdover!.
Third district—John W. Thornley
(R),
Fourth district—William Craig (R);
George J. Kelly (R—holdover).
Fifth district— L B. Wright (R).
Sixth district—Benner X. Smith, ( R—
holdover); William N. Williams (R—
holdover); I). O. Hideout (R): W. Mont
Ferry (R); Charles Cottrell. Jr., (R).
Seventh district—Henry Gardner (R—.
holdover); A. L. Booth tR—holdover).
Eighth district—J. R. Udgheill tR).
Ninth district— L. M. Olson
holdover).
Tenth district—Joseph Eekersley
<R>.
Eleventh district—Henry W. I.unt
(R—holdover).
Twelfth district—G. A. Iverson (R
—holdover).
Twenty-five Republicans and sixteen
Democrats will constitute the house
of representatives as follows:
Box Elder— M. H. Welling tD).
Tooele—Alma Swenson tR).
Cache— S. P. Oldham, B. Y. Benson,
J. E. Cardon (D).
Rich—J. F. Spencer (R).
Morgan— H. B. Crouch tR).
Davis— -W. H. Marriott, J. D. Hooper,
J. J Barker. J. W. Wilcox (R)
Summit— F.* W. Marchant (R).
Wasatch— W. L Van Wagoner (R).
Salt Lake—Jane Skollield, Anna It.
King, Annie Wells Cannon. Edyth E.
Read. Clarence Bamberger, M. H. Krie
bei, R. L,. Judd, Daniel McRae, D. J.
Cooke. C. T. Barnes tR).
Utah— W. 1» Openshaw, E. South*
Ick. M. T. Reynolds, J. A. Loveless
(D).
has
will
his
pre
not
first
Juab—George Jones (R).
Millard—A. A. Kimball tD).
Sanpete— L. R. Anderson (R>; James
Monson <R).
Sevier— H. C. Christensen tR).
Wayne—Ephraim Dastrup tR).
Piute— S. L Page tD).
Garfield—J. N. Heurte tR).
Beaver—A. M. Durham tD).
Iron—Wllford Day tR).
Washington— D. H. Morris tD).
Kane— C. J. Smith tR).
Emery— L. P. Oveson tD),
Carbon— I» N, Ilartnon tl>).
Grand— K. B. Hammond tD).
Uintah—Enos Bennion (R).
San Juan—G. A. Adams tD).
Clark Is -Satisfied.
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offered me, I would prefer to remain
where I am," he said
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London.—The Constantinople cor
"espondents of the London papers gen
erally consider the outlook more favor
able. The dispatches are optlmistto
compared with their tono during the
last week.
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Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated
tobacco for 5c than the big ounce and a half sack of
Duke's Mixture. And with each of these big sacks you
get a book of cigarette papers FREE.
Get a Good Fishing Reel Free
by saving the Coupons now packed in Liggett $ Myers Duke's
Mixture. Or, if you don't want a reel—getany one of the hundreds
of other articles. In the list you will find something for every
member of the family. Pipes, cigarette cases, catcher's gloves,
cameras, watches, toilet articles, etc.
These handsome presents cost you
nothing—not one cent. They simply
express our appreciation of your
patronage.
Remember—you still get the same
big one and a half ounce sack for 5c
—■enough to roll many cigarettes.
Daring November and Decern*
ber only, we will send our new
illustrated catalogue of present»
FREE. Simply send us your
, name and address.
I Coupons from Duke's Mixture may be
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Built Her Own Home.
Miss Frances Lyon of Westwood has
the distinction of - being the only
woman in New England who lives in
i house literally built with her own
bands. Miss Lyons belongs to a club
whose members are practicing the doc
trine of going back to the farm. The
club" is limited to 40 members and
owns property to the amount of $1,000
and about 70 acres of farming land not
far from Westwood. Each member
bolds a deed to one acre and the bal
ance of the land is held in common to
be rented to any member who wishes
to try farming on a larger scale.
RINGWORM ON SHOULDER
Box 183, Downey, Cal.—"My little
boy of eight years had what they
called ringworm on his shoulder and
the back of his neck. It started In a
small pimple like a blister and kept
getting larger till It was the size of a
dollar. One place was as large as
three silver dollars. They were round
and a mass of watery blisters. Wher
ever the water would touch It would
cause another blister, commencing an
other sore and so on. It was very
red and angry and would itch and
burn so badly that he could not sleep
or, in fact. Bit still at times. He
would cry when I would touch It.
'When he would rub or scratch It It
Vould
look like chopped meat. Fis
clothing Irritated U. I tried many
remedies, but it kept spreading and
Itching. This was all before I used
Cuticura Soap and Ointment on It.
After th© first treatment with Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment he was much
relieved, and they cured him in one
month.
"My husband is a plumber and his
hands get scratched and cut, which
means sores if not treated, so he
washes with Cuticura Soap and puts
Cuticura Ointment on his hands every
night, and that keeps them fine."
(Signed) Mrs. Harry West. Apr. 5, *12.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card ''Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."
Atlv.
If a newly wedded man has no se
crets from his wife It Ir rather hard
on the other women he might have
married, but didn't.
A woman is always trying to Im
press upon her husband that she isu't
feeling as well as she ought to.
feeling as well as she ought to.
others into doing it for you.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
For Backache, Rhenmatiim, Kidneys and Bladder
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utuAllhh OQNT *'« NO B*SIT FORMING! DRUGS
A6I SAFE, SURE. AN O SAVK YOU MONET
DEFIANCE Cold WstsrStarch
makes lauudry work a pleasure, to oa. pkg. 10 *
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Btt« Cough Syrup. Taitci QogJ. Usd
to »im«. BoU by Drurente.
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Pettits Eve Salve
FOR EYI
ACHES
Probably Prize Grouch.
A grouchy butcher, who had watch
ed the price of porterhouse steak
climb the ladder of fame, was deep
in the throes of an unusually bad
grouch when a would-be customer, 8
years old, approached him and handed
him a penny.
"Please, mister, I want a cent's
worth of sausage."
Turning on the youngster with a
growl, he let forth this burst of good
salesmanship:
"Go smell o' the hook."—New Or
leans Dally States.
Hard to See Under Water.
There 1 b no scientific Instrument of
the "Bcope" character which enable*
one to see down to 50 or 60 feet under
water. When the sun shines vertical
ly over water, a box or bucket with a
glass bottom Is often used to look
Into the water. A cloth covering to
exclude light from the box or bucket
is sometimes employed. But without
electric or some other light In the wa
ter these devices are not very satis
factory.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOIUA, a safe and sure remedy for
infanta and children, and see that It
Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorin
Another Investigation.
"Daughter, I heard suspicious sounds
on the veranda last evening."
"Yes, mother."
"Was that young man kissing you
or 8watting mosquitoes?"
Changed Its Species.
"Wasn't the forbidden fruit an ap
ple?"
"Yes, but at the time Eve handed
it to Adam. It was a lemon."
Constipation eauses and aggravates many
serious diseases. It Is thoroughly cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. The favorite
family laxative. AJv.
Some folks calculate to get on in
the world upon the shoulders of other
people.—Christian Herald.
Only a lawyer or a detective can
mind his owu business when he pries
into other people's.
Don't brag about yourself; jolly

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