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lh»y »r* and pwti them whtr* they ought to try. STERLING DAILY GAZETTE SIXTY-THIRD YEAR—NO. 110. AN!) DAILY STANDARD STERLING, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8. 1916. ADVBEfiS ttk'tt thtnflf fr«m twti'fr* they »r* iind etrtl th*fn where tBsy ewflht t« fc*. PRICE TWO CENTS. WILSON APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN REELECTED WHITESIDE COUNTY AS "USUAL ROLLED UP A BIG CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE, The vi'iif for REPBLICAN MAJORITY On Account of the Exceptionally Large Ticket and the Addition of Women Voters, the &."• Count Was Very Slow. !n Whit'Vdd** t out o{ 38 Is ,'IK fallows: Mr< 'ormk-k. It , ........ ; . . ,lifi'> .Mnwur'i. f? ................. 37.M Wiriinm«, . l» .............. 1332 Kos-tijtT. !>. . .............. !3M CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Mot 'all Hoc,]; Stfi-llnir 3 ...... ........ . .27* ' 42 ' . . - ......... ; . .21S. 4H t Sterling < I ''i)|nin.i ! I ''olufna „' Album' Clyde- Kile 1'Vnion ." * o -'..',( .1*1 . L'lf. 1,14 v|l» . l );!• On account of the ticket being exceptionally large and the election commissioners having to take care of nearly double the usual vote through the addition of women voters, the returns have been very slow in comin g in. Howevefr, the entire Republican county ticket is electe d by the usual large majority. The women having no part in t heTesult so^far'as coiTnty~ofFi- cers are concerned, not being permitted to vote for any can- dictate- on the county ticket ex cept county surveyor. The woman's ballot was generally vote d straight as the women had little interest in anything but th e presidential ticket. The returns are given in a general way below, although the details are not complete, some of the t ownships failing to report more than a small part of the ticket. Filttt.fi a ...... ........... i>44 Onrdc-nptufn .......... '. . 17fi O<'nem-*> .... .............. Ifi! M 2"'.' Itunie ................... !U Junta n . . ............. . . It'i'i Uyrulon • ................ I " ft ;!!»*» 32". ii* •>; Ml. Pleasant N Mt. PlruMiuit H . Ml PlPiiKHitl K . Mimtmori-ney Newton Port hi ml , ................ I. 'is Piophi'tMtown. I ™* PronhHstown ,' j Tampico ......... .... .*?. -'.17 ; I'niiin oriiye ............. 1*4 I'ntlck . . . ................ If'H Total* .................. r.t',37 FOR PRESIDENT CHARLES E. HUGHES 12!' \2*t j 7O f.l 4,'i 4.1 27 »fi 47 m 101 24 41 l«4j 42 iL'fl 21' 4S - sft !»1 14 41 r.* H>2 ;,4 23 2»2l! FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. 1 Stf-rltnK 2 ,280 .219 .MM .2X3 /VVOODROW WILSON Sterling 1 . Sterling. Sterling, Sterling. Burling. Coloma, Coionift. 2 .... ...... /.-. ...... an Coloma, 3 ............ ...... 1»» ' Men . 2S9 .210 .2m; .285 .215 ,226 ,181 Clyde 12a F«nton . ....... ........ ..... «02 •Fulton, 1 ........ ....... ....16? PUlton, 2 .......... . ....... ;245 dardenplaln ..... ........... 17* .... r ~~MiiB p<j» i|iu iunan • ..... ............ si Hopkins ............ .......199 Hume ... ,. ..... . ........... 90 Jortfen . ............. , -------- 153 Lyndon ............... .....169 Kit. Pleanani, N. Mt, Pl*a*ant, H. , Mt Pleaaam, E. Montmor«noy . . . Newton ......... Portland ........ Frophetatown, 1 . Prophetatowii, 2 , .271 .2»4 . 62 union Orovn U*tlck Totalu .. . .102 . .13.' . .P.M ..214 . .23(1 . .17'J .HO Women To tain 44 49 91 83136 123 71 «3 4f, 2H 34 64 61 104 10S 40 32 32 72 '83 155 144 240 228 no , .ISO ,' 207 Albany • ,12!» Clyde 130 Kile 194 l-'enton .112 Pulton I ..173 Fulton 2 248 Oardenplaln 176 Genoa*** 1 161 Hahnaman 82 Hopkins !!'!» Hume H7 77 ! Jordan ..IfiO Scott 42 5(1 ( 7f> 74 133 i 124 / 71 40 45 31 12,: 47 124 98 3S 46 104 42 31 :n 30 103 in 129' 101 32 106 30 77j 112 14 3Jiti4 yueo 29 31 Oft 103 121 19 43 fif. r»» .78 74 MO 37 22S2 16 21 14 28 70 S7 IS 14 33 23 C4 .12 21 1453 Mt. PlnatMint » -.31f» Mt. Pleaaant H OH 91 Montmorency , KM 206 f Newton -.u ! Portland ' , 13» *4fi' Pi"«Ph«tiilown 1 " 71 i Prophetslown 2 ITnlon drove , 1X7 , 150 109 i:s 3 it 05 LATEST RETURNS GIVE WILSON 256, HUGHES 238 WITH 37 STILL IN DOUBT Democrats Declare That Re-election of President is Certain But Republicans Concede Nothing i 'I President Wil»on. who latest reports indicate has been re-elected neck and nsck rac* with Charl«t Evans Hughe*. in a ELECTION NEWS 161 GO S3 173 *37 C7 98 82 142 tl27 200 49 G2 Totals 5600 FOR 1 26K StorlliiK 1 Blerllng 2 Stirling 3 KterlliiK 4 HterllUK r> KterliiiK « Colomu 1 - Colomu 2 . Coloma 3 Albany CORONER. Fry* Sterling, Sterling. Sterling, Sterling, Sterling, Sterling, 1 2 34 6 ., 9 , STATE REPRESENTATIVE Carpenter Brewer .. 367 ..325 371 Colonui, 3 324 204 2U7Vi 404 21)7 2SOV4' 283 257H, 288 207 . Devlne 125% 153 237 295 383 307 Krle Fenton Fulion, .32CV4 185^4 245) V4 1 .. 2 ., Gartlenplaiti , 204. Genfuee ............'....- , 26'J Hahnamun , a? Hopklnx 282 Jiume 'Jordan Lyndon Mt, Mt. Pj«acani, Afk Pleiutant, K. Montmorency ., Newton ....... Portland •;..-. 2H 174% 2C4 H3 249 V4 343V4 N. H 261)16 2G914 398 '242 IOSV4 214 303% 3C.3 S15 Tampico . , . Union drove 670 8540 V4' 75 133% 208% 203 U775 ir.y .11I9.-V4,, 126 87 2TC 167% 3U3 »>ku 'if.., 13& 334 171 103 103% u.y 259% 270 43, l&O Carter 107% 0 89 134% 'J2% 112% !>8 -. 54.." 30 46 •: 101% 10 23 oa 21% 6 42 18 47% Krlo Kenton ..., Fulton 1 ... Fulton, a ... (iurdcnplaln .'240 !lKS .214 . 180 .213 .194 .130 .132 .203 .114 . I till .240 Hahllliman , 83 HopkhiM .187 Flume .- M2 Jordan ,.'..; 152 Lyndon — 173 Mt. PleiiMunt N ,.., .28ti Mt.'-PlcaMint S ..311 Mt. Pleaiwnt M 07 Montmoreney -New toil, -•-.-. Portland . Prophetntown Tomplco .... Union Urovo Ustlrk ..,;.,. . 92 .130 .237 . 185 .100 32 32 Forhter ' 5S I'.l !»3 11" 144 71 4f, 2i> 105 40 127 9S 48 1U2 4^ 27 30 51 97 109 13 47 Was Flashed On Screen "Thousands LastNight By The-Gazette. BEST SERVICE IVER GIVEN returns nnd keen dimippolntnicnt that some of the prcclnctM were slow In reporting. The viirioiiH Twin City pre-' rinoiM reported ju»u n« rapidly a* ih«» j return*, wen* complete nil any (if the _ i i rlni'i|ial u'Mlccx wlild*. WIIH it great : ae- rOr I comndatloo to the walling'public, .t*x> cpjil. the Hlvlti pfeeliiet In Hterllft-f mill the third in Kui'k l-'al!: 1 . Tile in thcHe prei-iiH'tH apparently failed to it-aUs-.e ho« icroui WIIH the deH|jf« of th* for the riPWM and no rnporta be secured from tlifHi* i»r«clnela .until the complete count was made which "wan a great disappointment tp By Perry Arnold. (Staff Correspondent of Unite d Press.) New York, N. Y., Nov. 8.—President Wilson is makinf steady gains this afternoon in two states, Minnesota and California—the carrying of either one of which will make hi* election a certainty. Regardless of these two doubtful states and New Hampshire, New Mexico and Oregon, United Frew returns showed that Wilson had already acquired 266 vot«» in the electoral collage; Hughes 238. The president therefore requires only 10 votes for his re-election. At Democratic headquarters the president's managers, regarding the election as already won, turned their attention to a celebration. A band was hired and Secretary McAdoo distributed brand new dimes as souvenirs and there was an teu promptu parade to jeer the opposition. At 2 o'clock this afternoon Senator HoUis of New Hampshire- informed. Chairman McCormick from Burlington that unofficial* but complete returns gwve that state to Wilson by 350 majority. The Republicans are conceding nothing and are sticking fait to their claims of Hughes' election. In the meantime President Wilson and Hughes received returns from their political advisers. Hughes remained closeted in his room at' the Hotel Astor in New York and a continous stream of telegrams and reports kept running to him! President Wilaon at ShadoW Lawn communicated with Secretary Tumulty a during the morning but after reassuring reportf went to play golf. Mrs. Wilson went with him. Mrs. Hughes wa« at her husband's side in New York. Other Places Received the Returns For the Bene- ! fit Of Their Members. , ! '... : ' ' / I TVobiibly tho mom i'lul»oratj> prc- j luirutionn for rei'fiViiiK ' nnd featnrlntr j tlu« t-lcitiiiii rt'turns evc<r niaih- In 8tflr- IhiK wrro Kclu-Uutcjl fi»r lust night. Tho (JaiwittH iniuli' ajH-clal nrningornpnta to throw tho n'ttiriiH ;UTUMI* ilu- Ktrot*t on a biK HiTton fur • Un» lu'in>fH nf tin 1 public, lit adilltlnn to tlmt the rt'tunis went • meKii phoned NI u orowd whii'h at titnt'H .niitnberfd rr«n« ^.in»u to. 2..VM) people,- IncluiIinK HCOI-J-H of autori iu»«l many ladles. H. A. Former & Hons placed ed oliairx In front .oj 1 . -th«,;Thc Ua« cj(Ilfi« mid their i>hu>e uf buHliu^M, 200 107 18 18 Totals &203 FOR COUNTY^SURVEYOR. HillM 1 ......... ....... 280 3 ...' 21U 3 .'.J 248 Htcrllng 4 275 2123 Sterling 5 Colomu Colonm Coloma Albany Clyde . .230 ,182 .350 .202 140 ,131 .20U Uoyle 41 60 7" 135 120 70 . 102 6748% FOR GOVERNOR. m*r|inir I Sterling 2 HteriUiir 3 Sterling 4 Starling fi ti } 1'JO Auwny . Clyde .. : Krte ,.,, Ken ton . Fulton t 137 2U7 Jlahtjamun Hopkins . Jordan Mt. Ml. Mt. I*tpa»unt B N, Portland 177 161 *3 .'05 SC~ Ifth a,', 1 il.i Dunne! 45 tiu 114 46 4& 45 2D SO 4S 44 112 4~ FOR CONGRESS, HUM lint,- t 'olunui C<a 'iyde Krit* Kent on KHlltou ^ i!ardeii|>iain HaluuuuuH Hojikin.H .214 2.',5 ,275 Zt !5 . 183 22(1 U2 203 113 .171 .161 ' Jordan ) London |MJ I'lf j Mt i'itu Uulori I.'SJ N s K Pruphvi »:ou n j <;ii.\f 449 70 7 " Uf. 122 6h 4!l 42 41 2& 102 £.<» 161' 4J 4* Fenton ..... l^lton l .. Fulton 2 ..; Oiirdfnpluln UulHiuinuti 261 HI Hume , »» Jordan ..its Lyndon • 17R Mt. Pleasant N : 240 Mt. Pleasant H 3R7 Mt. Pleawiuit Montmoreney Portlund . .. PropheiBtown Prophetstown Tampico .. * t'nlun Ui use I'stick . «8 , !IH . 13U 233 174 42 31 101 114 U4 42 102 4 a -.,10 13U 108 14 4u 50 IttS 4t !103 wen*, very prompt. A number c-f them i driving Into The Gazette ofHcp to get ! tlie rcUirttN UicniMelveH ami bringing in their whole townnhlp report*. AT OTHER PLACES'. Ufturtm wen 1 resolved ut the Krle Club, at the HterlltiK Club, ciich of which hud put in a Wentern Union loop wire with a gpecial operator jvnd long; dfMttirico telephone connect!onn. rind hitth orKnni/.utlonti had a loLTKv.'.iit* toii(hiiK'<\.-luni!h belnK wrvsd durltiK.- tht« <tv«<nliuf. The KiUKhts of Columbuc rut'elved ih«* Hiim«.' report by Npeclul mi*KHiMtK<'i'. und iher« wiiu n Inrne turn out of thin orxunUution uiul HH frlenttB. Tho V. .M. C. A. iilHO refflved the Maine niporl liV npeeial mesnentfei* and hud a ' large ntienduncc. The Hock'lllver Club and v.-iriiniM DfKunizuUonM re- i-i'ived the t'lefiion rpturns nnd all of lh(<nt"» or«aiii.'.all"iiH had a hi if crowd. The plun.s made by »o many orifan- i/.utloi)H am) the picanaiit eveniiiR made HflHiiK the' election returns htut night a- work of |»leu«ure. ApYlLACE WILSON By Perry LEADS. rnold. New York. ,S'. Y.. Nov. 8.—At U fi clock thin morning the latest murtw Khowed an IncreuHe of 11 electoral voten for Wilnon Hlnce, 8 o'clock this morning nmklnt,- his total 248. In the Kiune time the changed recorded Kav* HUK)U>H 243 and left 40 voteM mill doubtful. Thpn- wan u utrong drift toward Wilson in MmncHota.. Noyh Dakota and (JreRon. ' The Democrat** inalntuined that WIlMon WHM Kdlnlng In Cullforniu. vVilson'H total leave* 18 votes neoeHMary jfor safely cotioedf all counties claim«$ ttUi_IHtmucrat«i und BtWJ tCwntlouea on Page I'M, BENSON WELL PLEASED. > Hy » United Pre«n ) , Yonkf}«. N V., Nov b." Allan U Hoi'lallat caudldaiw for jtiesl- Utalatvd today that he, if well ii uilU tho voto milled l>y hit* iwrty jewtcpiday He waji v^pociully KraUH'-'t> at 'ilu return to_^H>iiKieiss ^>t Vli'toT- I* livigtr and fliv electron of (»tlu-r SodullMlH to thw house Heii»o» w"u.j» i4-tiiii!»; at hla huiite todu.s. huvlni; r«tuint<d homo >ratnUa> Hum hiti ttuntit'otiUnenlal tour Woman tin* »tau> i u>ul !'it= and niOMt of-the. wunien hatt tin op|mr tunlty la enjoy 'the retuniM in u com- fortablo mumu'r. The courtesy of thene K« i nileinun waft much uppivHiu- ed; The evening was Ideal. \V'itrm and l>leumnit and dry~so in-ople""coiild""nit out doorH in .comfort. The Oastette tioreen wajn placed on the Uoycr Inn. directly UCI-OHB the utrt'ft from -th> office ;ind two rooms wero Kecured in The Sterling Inn directly over The, Gazette for handling the returns, The bigutewoptican . donated for tl^e oucaKlun and Harry Thomas, electrician, and ipu Hubert Qalt coitHtituted an 3'J forc9 of operator* fur ttm 31 ScoU: W-IIIinm.M. ail experlentu^d editor and nrtlHt, made UK- lilldoji und handed oui a. great many inte.renUnii tloim und cartootiH that kept the crowd good nutured and foruuglu many 'No man on -the grouiulK W«H niwre keenly interested than IU<v. C. Ki. 1'r^ win, who remarUed, "It do^sii't seem posHible that w« are getting -returnM on tho question of a necuiid presidential term for Woodrow Wilson, for ii «iK'h a' uhort time ago when T iva« «iud'yins .iuritipiudenco under him at Princeton with n« idea of his ever being President of the United Btat«#s," Air. Irwin stayed by The Ouzt'tto bul- let-ln force until the lust klUle wu» made, dcclplu ring and midini? off the telegiamx KH they could - lw» h-tteri'd on' th«' elldt>», -\» th»> Una) »i»*uU iiuil- ciited the «<leclipn-of .MiiKheti,'.Mi*. Ir- win'tooU his ili«<appolntnu v nt 'iruo'd n«- Uiredly, at the' apparent failure itf his old prexy in lumling t'or u necontl ii-rni, |ik» the trood It'llow ihnt he IB, ' One of tin* featurei- .of Tho Gtttette'a '«£»i"vic« was Uu« hpletulidvvork of Arthur Conde, who madu the announcements to flu* larKc crowd, talking lirsf toward one end of the stiwt ui'tl Iheii to thf other, in i/idei tu u«ach all the |)fi)|)le thtougl,) the bltr Acadeiay incua- phone Mi Cuiidt* IH u Voting high Hfhpol atudint V\it|l a hltuiitf .irui pow- crful vtiife that could ho distinctly' " h.urd lor blmkH Hv tiu>i\«*il nwiiylUHQUCe ASKS SECRETARY (oinpNmcnu on his exi client \\tuk, nyunca HQfva oc.unc.iHni Hennie Kifldei. who lu»» had exufi- li'in'e \\ilh juial i amiMigii* v\ith ilif | Chlc«nfd .\tiiiiiicati, n iHlt'u*d niijit \ul-j liable uhwiytaiH'c In noithu; nut and selecting th*» IU-W8 ot \uluc n r thv mega- phoiif, Aitive young meoMengcr bo)9, t'ht'sier u'Hutf uu<l cilflTotil Pfyd«. veiy maii-iiullj tisniHt'd in the worK ot distiibiiUnn of the new* to th« various i!i'i»ai liiii-nlM Iminlllii*; the Mime The IU«WM I,MIIU* \*ry »!• u l,ts>< night tin account i>i \siie tiniiliU- «hSi-h«wa» Ililtnuulalilt tint tin citiuU KUIM! fi,i- swers Hundreds Of Phone x - Calls. The'••(iuKe'ile .wan a bu«y place' lant nighl and ;.to<hiy. The telt-phoneH huve rbHUt inceHHiintly from early hint evening and all day from all part* vf the county iiKiuiriiu,- fojv election new». Thr«s« am! four peoplu have been kept busy pi-ucUcuIly all day aiiBWerlng phones. It wn*« noceKHnry to empty an extra girl thin aftornoon to hulp take uaTB uf tho office phi'iH'H. Crowda hav« In-en cominj; to read (iUKetttt bulletins all day; bui returns have bwn slow and tnu result MO much in doubt that little information could bt* Kiv*>n. There hav« bc*Mi iminy rumor«, inont of them tho .usual ticket fluutuutton* from boards of trade, but the»»» hitve been HU tuncert-ain and vurlublt) that The <luiM.<ttii IIUH cleptMHleil e-tuircly upon its leu*nnl wirw for reliabU* newij. ThU article is written bufor^ the Him I difputchett ui'i'lve but the lau-tjt nowii will tti'iptsar in. the wlrt; »wvit» of the. United Prom* which will be given right up to tho lime of goihtf to prews. The Heryicii rentlcrcd by the S.Jas!»*Ue. t« in line vith niuny olliei vxpemtivt* and couth j4»-ceH of woik that'it ii> freely und frcijuently ilolntj; f«>r the Tho Change* Indicated.- The changes indicatctl at that hour Were; AVyoming Tranxferri'il from Wilwon to the doubtful column. Kansas- Transferred from the doubt-' ful to the. Wilson column. Thin is con- reded by. Republican .Natlonul Chairman Wilcox. " iijaho-.TraiiMferred from Hughe* tc Wllwon. IndlanH—TraiiKferred from doubtful to the HugtioH column. The corrected-table in UH follovvn: FOR WILSON. Alabama . ...... ',..,., Arizona .;...;. ........ ArkenKas ..:.;;..".., , ; Florida lilaho Kentucky IxuilKtana Maryland • Montana ..... . . Nebraska .,.,,. Nevada , , :, . . . North Carolina Ohio ____ . ..... ; Oklahoma . South Carolina Tennwisew ..... Ulah Vli'Kinia ..-. Waahlngtoii Total FOR HUGHES. Connecticut ...,,.,,, , Delaware , UlinoiK Indiana ....,.,, Iowa -Maine' ....... , ,. . FOR THE LATEST RETURNS U!> I'niti'd PU-M Sioux i'itils S InK.NVv upp.uentiv nwrpt tih V\ lilb pli'lllbitio llcun U (mil tUKit elected ti> tiil \\olJ - New v illy }uik, N \'. civile*. I'U»I»N ) Nov. S. lii« llr«t uiu*e toda) wlivll hv opened tlie flunl of ht.s luom 4t ill; lloU'l Ahtui unti call- til l*U\MllU'f (ilicll, Illti HiCU'Ult.S, Ulill siKk* il (iu/.. a - if biuig him .Hit 1 i i-Uii(i i Hutu M ui lift) ^i illjj that "il lonkul it.UIk't'l Michigan Niiw Jerwt-y ... New York Xoith Dakota iVnimylvama Hho.le Ifclrttid South Dakota Vcunont \Vi-st Virginia 12 3 14 4 10 13 10 8 10 IS 4 S 3 12 24 10' y 12 20 4 12 .7 '7 3 15 13 16 14 38 4 8 13 majority for Frank D. Koljbff*. Repu!»Hc|w chairman In Mlnneugta, wired r liean heaOquurtem that Hughe* curry the state by fl.OOO. claimed hln own election «• " Unit(4 Staten Henator by 00,000, * CLAIMS IT FOR WILSON. (Hy United Preaa.) ** Hi.-Paul. Mlmur Nov. 8,~-With 819 precincts. («ut of 3,074 in Minnesota reporting KiviiiK WliHon a lead of 7.WS, the DiMiy News, Indepcndfnt. predict* that \VllHnn will carry the state by A clone vot«*. Th» vote reported wae: U ilHon,. 72.W7'; HuKheH, CG.3tJa. Ttm ••ity vyte IK in ami-It is the furmei» vote that will count. WILSON T4KE8 LEAD. tljy l?nlted Prenn.) * Han FranciHCo, Calif., Nov. 8.—Pre«« idem. Wilson loured Into tne_Iead in thn California prcmldfcntial race at 9:80 thla morninK. when returns from 8,198 prcclnctH out of. £070 in California gavo " him a total of 239.919 against 232,378 for HiiKhcH. .-...- •Thlh nmult was achieved wmm re« .. turm* poured in from-nearly 100 oddl« tlonal preclnctn in San FYanclsco county, making hin plurality in that county rl*»**'rlv "1 n AAfi \Viili-~Kut»B*i«u.^M.^*M A i— „ *„* ^ Total OOUBTFIJL STATES. Cjlliornia ....... . ...... 13 vttmld ,ti it .vi\..d be that « .inu- a» U«i i ompli'U * J v«,i iu t.iic pic tit Sttthnti Tin until u In n the final >|nl« v^a.s »h(> »n« i n il >v i>i wuli tho "lArtikn iike HliKlu s Tint n,u i' i i.n on U'e (he must ' tlu- } »'» 't.iiiis in i DCOIfiM f»M Hfc^lulM UIV ATU ' ^ I n ' ' t l'''l'< - iJ u N<>v it-i's, ) Nekton N«-W Wyoimng Total . i-rtrrtt's 1* ii -ft,.I teil ti t- Hti"i -M.in'(i ii ' t le<*t««d |i(!-slij . ix ili'tfilv L.iMv nul ! i! V\, (fit r v,l\ |it i tiitic D r '."*|lit - •>ou s>i iViisicrniu iif siitn-. u u .. u £.untiid b> itu* I'ttited lit-.!, K.IX,. \*,ll».)!| ,'-,», (U«!l.ldt \0tt|t ifca.nst -,.u i,n Hughei.. ^, bi'ing t latm- i,.«'t .i-, d.».iltliit \\HMHI has onij )u •i; j, nil ut.'ii ..'itrtimtn. aiu h-'i' the l(ii" <C t% \\ Inn lh> t( \\ >.•« Ill I' i l>ti ii !- : I'l t I ,v,urt t*'." vvh( n h«» I V" olll\ i tMuiii to I . ». Mt •\~rrT ,- IT^VT . H"i' in h. i J j! • .a'llli .1 C.ii.ldJtd t HUfeln . An »m|» \\ ts s- nil ! v . !u j. | HI*- iiori!'- hi fi< Ui'i ! K'<i H' in i • 1 ! )•!' Hi .!ttl)!i lolllUll* ind Minit.'M.i i u, r outi in <Helirution . >u •< wete mod a county nt-arine completion the indication!) are that Hughaa will carry that county by nearly 8,000. At 10 o'clock this morning the Ban Fi-uncluco Dully New« claimed that California would be carried-by Wilson by from 5,000 to 10,000. The Republican state committee announced that Hughes carried Lou An- county by 35,000, and in the counties would have a difference of 65,<)oo-over Wilson. Partial and. complete returns from 1,092 precincts in southern California counties givo Hughes 76,042 and Wilson 68,761. j BOTH CLAIM NORTH DAKOTA. <By United PrettH.) New York, N. Y,. NQV. 8.—At 10:SQ this morning headquaTfern of both pftr- ii>-H were claiming North Dakota but it remained in thi* Hujrhes column Dt-iullnu more definite returns. WILSON QAIfiillM CALIFORNIA 1 . (Hy United Preaa.) San Fraiichjco, Calif., Nov. I.—»Pr0». Uifiit Wihson increased hla plurality in Sun FruuciBco county early -today Ju offlciai completed returns from 811 of ihe county'M 6g4 precinct* which g»v« f WMson 32,307, and Hughe* 26,1?B. If WilHon continues his ratio of gaiim shown In tin. ji*=st half of the county's, urecincm he will curry the county by ' 12,000, .BOTH CLAIM 7J8W HAMPSHIRE. (Hy United Pre««.) ' Concoid, N. n., Nov. «.—The pro#l- iace for New Hamnphlre'j* four 1 vntt-ti was «u> i"loa« early today that the icMUli wu« in doubt Tha stair chairman of both parties claimed victtuy by 4uO. WILSON wTNS~7N KANSAS. (Hy United Pruww.) Topt-ka. Kant*,, Nov. 8.—-Woodrow lead in KUIIMUH has climbed Ince midnight from a few hundred -to ' plurality of 10,000. according to Jat» PRESIDENT LEADS IN PORTLAND. ~- ~ CPy TrhitwJ"Pren«.) Portland. -Ore. Nov. S.—President i» u-tiling in Put (land and Mul-, i»unt\, th»» iargewt county 1'u rtcumtiiiK to offclul und pl« le let III tl« fl«/HI 171 OUt Of 328 HI l jllli SVU WILSON MAY GET MINNESOTA. (l>\ Clllted I'M'-Sh.) . . Kt Paul Mlnti N.,\ S Although iUjtiHi iitnin*. hit ihntii-M.t.1 in tho uuibtftil iS-jurnir ih, HI J«aul-Uully

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