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TFTE ROCK ISIlAXD ,BGUS. TUKSDAV. OCTOBEll 'Jl, -Vj 13.
CRAIG IS CHOSEN
v SUPREME JUSTICE
Calciburg Democrat Wins ins
Special Election to Name
Successor to Hand.
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;: PUTERBAUGH IS SECOND
f Efforts of Women for Progressive
lZ' Credited With Causing Defeat
i . of Republican.
IrMS'WI IfWF MPP
$frm liiLM spiix
Vote in 5th Judicial District
;. Grundy .,
.- Henry . . ,
; Marshall .
'Peoria . .
f . ' Total .
.17.696 14.056 9,158 I
Craig's plurality, 3.640.
OTK l. 1SI2.
. PooseveH 36,206;
-Deneen 23.212 "i
; Dunne 30,122
Peoria, III.. Oof. 21. Colonel Charles
. C. Craig of Galesburg. democrat, was
, elected justice of the supreme court of
: Illinois at the special election yester
day in the Fifth difrlct to" choose a ';
iureessor to John P. Hand, republl-1
; can, w ho resignpd because or ill health.'
His plurality over his republican op- j
rponent. former 'ircuit Judge Leslie J. :
Puterbaugh of Peoria, is better than
r2.t,ft(i. Arthur II. Fhay, progressive, 1
of Streator, was third, but with a vote ;
. h'ch fscceedd the expirations of
: erdinery careful politicians and suffi
; clent to defeat Puterbaugh and elect !
'' With thro precinct In ten counties
-unreported tbe totals are: 1
; Craig 17.229'
J Pu'erbaugU 14.481.
' Craig's plurality over Puterbaugh on
'these figures is 2.748.
. " HFfllT (ip'l)THr.n roTKT.
i To fill the vacancy on the ircuit
bench of the Tenth judicial circuit
raut-.cd by th resignation of Mr. Puter-'
.baugh to become candlrtatp for the '
stipirme court, forr.t-T Statf fipntor
Jchn M. Niwhau.. democrat, is elected.,
For the varancy in 'he probate court ;
Of Peoria ioi:niy raised by tU r s'g-
'. nation of A. M. Otmnn. republican, to
make the race against Xiehaus. Walter .
L. Cinch, republican. is elected.
; The havy democr.-itic lend In Taze-,
.well county, which in in tbe Judicial;
circuit but not in tbe supreme district. I
' Is held responsible for the Niehaus
lead. There was a hard county seat I
JS NEW MEMBER OF
: THE SUPREME COURT
Charles C. Craig.
Char'es C. Craig of Galesburg. chos
en for the Illinois supreme bench at
yesterday's election in the Fifth dis
trict, wan educated at Knox college
and Notre Dame university, and was
ppoiutei a cadet to the United States
navr. He afterwards studied law with
the firm of Stevenson & Ewing at
Bloomingtou. of which AdlaJ E. Siev
enson was tbe senior member, and
was admitted to the bar. He soon ac
quired a large practice.
In November, 19S. he was elected
a. member of the general assembly and
reelected ia ltH serving on the ju
dic'ary end other Important commit
ters. In 1904 he was appointed a
member of the Illinois commission ta
the St. LouU World's Fair, and was
osde chairman of tfie committee of
agriculture of that body. He was
delegate to the Baltimore convention
Us- year sad was Illinois' member of
tiie committee to notify Marshall of
Vs ncmmition for the rice-presidency.
: In 1909 he was nominated by the
democratic parry for Judge of the su
preme court In the Fifth district, and
was defeated by a small vote, al hough
he carried several of the republican
strong holda ot tha diatrtct.
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113-115 E2oSfc n flV F M PQPT IOWA,
fight in Tazewell, with the result yet
OTK 0F.R niTRICT LIGHT.
The vote was light throughout the
Craig by 192; Peoria over Craig by 'the fight made by the women who
1,200 approximately. j stumped the district for Shay.
vote of nwTBicT ix mix. w the adm;sslon of state Chairman
The presidential vote in counties Raymond Robins of the progressive
district, aggregating Iss than-26 per wmpriaiDg the Fifth supreme judicial ;p8rtv to the effcct that chief thought
cent of that cast for the presidential f
candidates last November. Roose-;
jvelt's plurality In the district in -No-j Knox
vember was 6,821, with Wilson second, "nry
!the latter having a lead over Taft of
12.329. Puierbaughs total vote yes-
I... J ..- n r . a .If kin 1 flftt l.f tho T .1. 0 1
'for Taft. Craig's is about 12.000 short t
;of the Wilson total, and Shay was 2".-; pale"
0t0 behind the record smashing votei-
cast for Koosevelt. . wJ!? J
. . . . , , . -Woodford
Rocsevelt carried all escept thre i .
tr,Mi..ii t ' i T- j. i t I Total
of the nrocressive 'battle was to de-
. . B9se- fet the republicans and thereby keep
Wilson velt;lne party on the state political map,
2.i58 5,"86.j3 correct, the progressives won a de
2.219 4,505 ;c.jdpd victory.
. $W l.flo3i -j-jje reaction in Peoria, expected by
8.354 9,229 ; Mr.'Puterbaugh's friends because of the
1,685 1,180 . women's attack oa Puterbaugh did not
'utaierialize to tbe extent that had been
2,800 . 3,738 expected. They hoped for a Puter
7,036 6.S18 baugh plurality over Craig of at least
1,172 1,919 i2,OO0 They conceded not more than
2.051 1,495, 50n lead to Craig in -Craig's home
county of Knox, and they hoped for
county result is attributable to a work
ing agreement which may have lasted
enly through the day between Attor
Bureau county's returns furnished 8
Lucey and Lee. O'Neil
ceedings '-during the , Virden-Pana alliances in La Salle county.
strike.- ' j Govemor Dunne's -rKenal lleoten-
st Vkr AiiK ih.t i.rri i.K iKil-m:. jents in Peori i take much gratification
Poiiti'ral leaders do not believe, after 'from Colonel Craig's victory. Ex,cct-
a survey of tbe; returns, that the wo
man suffrage oivstion. as such, cut a
hard pill to the republicans. They; hop-j particulax figure in the finish. If it
ed to get it for Mr. Puterbaugh,
went to Craig by 500 and more,.
It 'did, the women received a body blow,
Inij the three-cornered situation in the
dint rift, the state fcdniiniutratioit linad
i up fcolicil.v b hind Mr. Craig and went so
ifar as to send up some republicans.
Ibecause the Craig lieutenants have no holding over under the democratic ad-
The big surprise in . the figures. 'eppcrtunity in ma kin e it certain that tnlnfstration. to line up votes for Craig
jfrom the v publican standpoint, is the j Justice Klect Craig's personal views particularly in the military depart
ize of the progressive vote in Knoxiare absolutely anti-suffrage. This has 'meal, actordin,-: to'rr-ports last nigh.
Your c-ougli anyov. tiu. Keep on
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;county and in Henry. There, are ru- been urged by the pro-suffrage ram
mors here to the effect that the bulk .paigners as a reason for Colonel
of the Shay total in Galesburg and -Craig's defeat.
15,849 29,178 36,006 an oven hrpalc hetweon fraiw anH ch.
day Craig carried Marshall over Puter I The total for prohibition, socialist in Shay's home county of La Salle,
bauph by 394; Putnam . over Puter- aT,d socialist labor cr.ndidates in theiThey were fooled on all three proposf
I'suph by 61; Knox over Puterbaugh district w w 5,407. ;tions. 'Peoria's . lead for Puterbaugh
:by 1.166; Woodford over Puterbaugh j prochkwh k rkt pi tkrd h uif. "as S00 short of the smallest guess
by 344, and Bureau over Puterbaugh j The Puterbaugh managers in Pc- ' ,be republicans: Craig won Knox
by 55. Shay carried Henry over oria cire credit ior the defeat oZ Nir.,"itn a l." plurality, while Craig -ran
, Craig by 3S6: Salle over Shay by -Puteroaugh rir the electio-i f t c away with La Salle county,
more than 2.00. Puterbaugh carried nel Craig to the campaign made by the ' BKOtK dk idko i.t m.i.i
jn-nuy over Cra:j by 552; Stark over prcgress.ve stat organization and ofj ' It is salu here' that the La 8alle
If . s . .1
jivnox county may nave Deen tne re- On the wet and dry issue, if the char
ult of political manipulation engineer-'actee ot the campaign is any criterion,
ed by a faction of the republican party !the drvn haw ln.t anH ih h.
which could not be delivered bodily to, won,: because Colonel Craig has brenf-(Xdv)
;Cralg. but which could, siaad .for -Shay piiioried ail through the district as an!
jln order to defeat Putexbaogh. , ;ardent advocate of "personal liberty" ' sr--
l The same tning is said to arply to(ii all of its phas'-e. In many of tha
Kewanee and other spots in. Henry j'dry" centers the local option forces
county. Colonel Craig seems to hav urged the support of Puterbaugh de-
'held the labor vote throughout the 'spite the charge of his alliance with!
mining centers and to have dispelled the Peoria "whisky crowd," because pf;
'effectually the ill effect of the attack . his known fairness rather than to take!
wbtrh waa made upon hini hecatise.cf (the chances with Colonel Craig as aj
thia national guard record and the pro-j" wet." or with Shay w ith his personal I
MRS. T. A. PATTON.
Il.l.-rnlnn Hall, -4IB Hrailr t. '
Ti-T-K. tf--i;t ion. fi. .. .tnsses -cry
'i'u "I.jy ami Kaitirday at T'.XO
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