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138.134 1.166.328
167,813 1.250.799

24.893 1.498.205
2.410,778

88,176 2,698.611

2.871.928

220.796 8.138,801
496,906 4,058,967

4.676.863

4.024.792

6,724,684

s east for United Chrlstia


Tear.

1872


Plun

Republican.
762.931


illty.

Democratic.

260.935

95.713
363,612

2,172.499


Total vote.
6.466.165


18S8 . ..




1876




8,412.733


1836 . . . .




1880


7.018


9,209,688


1840


146,315*


1884

1888

1892




10,044.985


1844




11.384,216


1848


139.557*


12 064 767


1882


1896


567.692


18,827,212


1856




1900

1904

1908


R61.4.'>9

2.544..143

1,269.900


13,970.134


1860

1864


491,195

407.342

806,468


18.524.S49

tl4.887.594

15,023.686


1868


1912




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n party.





JUUL BEYEinTE

In accordance with a decision of the Illinois Sn-

Sreme court in the case of the Toledo, St. Louis
: Western railroad against the collector of Madi-
son county in' June. 1912. it was held by the legal
departments of Chicago and Cook county that in
making the tax levy sinking fnndn and bond Issues
must ne included within the limitations of the
Jnul revenne Isw of 1909. When the law was passed
It was presumed that money with which to pay



LAW DECISION.

bonded Indebtedness and interest could be paid
outside the limitations placed upon tax levies by
the measure, but this presumption, in the light of
the decision referred to. was unwarranted. It
wag estimated by the city ofBclals that the corpo-
rate revenue from taxes for 1912 was reduced
$3,701,682.81 as a result of the new Interpretation
of the law. and that many proposed improvements
would have to be postponed.



SPEED ON TYPEWEITEB.

At the national business show In New Tork. I ♦'t the rate of 116 words a mJnnte for one honr.
N. Y.. Nov. 13, 1912. Misa Florence E. Wilson broke In an amatpur contest Miss Margaret D. Owen
the record for speed on the typewriter by writing | also made an average of 116 words a minute.



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CniCAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YFLVR-BOOK FOR 19in.



UNITED STATES NAVAL

The ^innorr trophy for battle ships In 1912 tvms
Wftn by the Colorado and that for vessels of the
torpedo class by the Monoghan. The following
table shows the tlnal merits at the autumn practice
In 1911. the spring practice In 1912 and at tiie close
of the fiscal year, Juno 30, 1912, of the first ten
battle ships In the gunnery comi^etltlon:
Rank. Ship. Autumn. Sprlnp. June 30.



nilorado (;:..076 78.160

D.'hiware 52.551 50.316

New Hampshire 48.249 31.673

.\ilcl:lK:in 30.787 47.791

Sar.itoca 50.444 24.514

South Carolina 4i.l91 22.245



OUNNEHY COMPETITION.

Rank. Ship. Autumn. Spring. June 30.

7. Maryland 29.462 32.494 30.978

8. North Dakota 22.393 39.388 30.891

9. Kansas 30.818 27.191 29.005

10. Louisiana 30.939 24.715 27.827

Final merits of first five vessels of the torpedo

class: •



Rank. Ship.



1. Monoghnn 46.439

2. I.Jiwrcuce 31.025

3. Tiii.i»e 25.660

4. R«>lfl 73.911

5. Prestcn 60.884



Autumn. Spring. June 30.



86.901


66.670


98.824


64.925


88.384


67.022


37.4S5


.■lo.eds


48.946


64.915



OBEAT AHERIOAN FORTXTNES.



An eastern financial writer In 1912 estimated that I
nlno AnuTlran mnltlmllllonnlres possessed a com-
bined forfune of $n. 000. 000, 000, dlvbUMl as follows:

John D. Rockefeller H.ono.ooo.ooo

Ant^row Cnrneulo 5fio.ono.ft'"K} I

J. r. .Morgau 300,000,001 i



William Rockefeller 250.000. OOO

rjeoriro F. Raker 2r»o.ooo.A.io

Jnmes R. Diike 200.000. OOO

James Stillman SOO.OOO.-^oo

Ilenrv C. Frick 150.0^0.000

W. K. Vanderbllt 150,000.000



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CniCAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEARBOOK FOR 1913.



429







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Year. Clearings.

1903 1113.963.298.913

1904 102,856,435.047

1906 140.501,841.957



BANK CLEARINOS IN THE UNITED STATES,

Year. Clearings. I Year. Clearings, i Year. Clearings.

1906 157.681. 259. ge** 1908 126.2.78,894.398 1910 168.986.C64. 000

1907 164,476,830.637 I 1909 158,877.192,100 | 1911 159,373,450,000



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CHICAQO DAILY NEWS ALMANAO AND TSAB-BOOK FOB 1918.

Slectton l&eturns.

POPXTLAB VOTB FOB FRESIDBirT (19U).



ALABAMA (PopoUtioii ia 1910, 8,188,098).



COCNTIES. ^PRESfDEXT 1913^ ^PRES-W-v

PopuUtiM (67) Dem.Proff.Rep.8pc. Dem. Bep.

In 191(1. WilMm KooMTtU TiJt iMba Drram T»rv

20ai8Aataiin (02 17 43 66.. 6I» 97

18178 Baldwrn •.. 623 141 H7 125.. 4.« 107

StM Barbour IIM 88 18 H.. MM «

S79I Bibb 830 1T8 40 103.. 670 1»

31456 Blount 1121 680 561 SJ.. 11^ 979

801W Bullock TW 2 4 783 10

SSo Butler 90» 80 86 Ifl.. T27 137

TOlS Calhoun 1068 42-1238 82.. 1488 670

860-.6 Chambers I486 113 28 9.. 1026 60

20236 Cherokee 814 799 88 47.. 713 602

Sl87 Chilton 880 1154 140 73.. 656 801

18483 Choctaw 480 66 7 4.. fiflO 44

aa«7 Clarke 1024 12 13 25.. 1109 M

21008 Clay 1109 9» 64 2.. 863 604

13386 Cleburne 691 610 KM 2.. 278 m

26119 Coffee 12.7 395 68 67.. 1305 841

348C2 Colbert 946 343 228 79.. 849 ASQ

21438 Conecuh 808 W3 60 M.. 661 111

16834 Coosa 783 ^7 IW IT. 717 ilT



82124 CoTlnfrton 1261

23318 Crenshaw 'J86

28331 Cullman 1230

31873 Dale lOU

53401 Dallas 1461

28361 DeKalb 1379

2^45 Rlmore 1153

18889 Escambia. 8?9

Jlinyj Etowah 1511

l«il8 Fayette 7<J2

19369 Franklin 849

26230 Geneva 891

22717 Greene 418

27H83 Hale 730

20943 Henry 711

:<2414 Houston 1160

3J9I8 Jacknon 1697

3?»M76 Jefferson 88S7

27487 Lamar —

80336 Lauderdale 1386

3081 L»WTttl«^.;. 6Q



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431



pMMilaihv. WilMa-KooMT^t T»ft Data

aSTLee 11T9 43 48 80..

16880 Limestone 1013 8S 90 8i.

8iaW Lowndei ^ iS «!

Sa>l}»Macon „647 » M

47D«IMadl80Q 3146 857 ISO

8SG28 MareoKO 1886 M 9

174U6Marlon lOOB ^305 878

38558 Marshall 1457 U84 428 U..

80851 Mobile 8009 4(5 KO 1(S8..

37166 Monroe 878

82178 Montgomery. ... 8047



31 3
181 48



4..

ii'.'.

1..
7..



a..

17..



Brru
1136
1188



88781 Mo.gan 1UH6 863 341

31^22 Perry 781 81 3 14..

36055 Pickens 815 78 33 16..

80815 Pike lao 48 13 5..

24658 Randolph 117? 866 368 - .

35M{7 UusseU 1553 &) 4



]69498helby 1181 1383 201 42..

30715 SL Glair 787 687 260 "'

386U9 Sumter 701 2 9

87921 Talladega 1812 886 111

31UM Tallapoosa 1566 151 84

47559 Tuscaloosa. 1605 158 87 49.

87U18 Walker 3063 604 881 127

144W Washington 405

88810 WUCOZ 878

12856 Winston 508



75..

10..

1..

84 22..



688


86


482


88


2168


277


1338


78


1100


589


1813


925


3i23


447


856


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2621


79


1548


494


776


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816


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895


516


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464
1027



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40

2

949



Total 81623 22^96718019.. 74374 25808

Plurality 69M 490K6 ^ ^

Percent 60.87 19.27 8.28 2.66.. 71.93 24.47

Total TOte 116832 103809

For president In 1908 Deb«, Soc., received 1.309
▼otes.

FOB HBPBB8XNTATITE8 IN C0NOBBS8. 1912.

At Large— John W. Abercrombie. Dem 86,662

Asa E. Stratton. Rep 9,648

J. C. Maxwell. Soc 2.B25

1. The counties of Choctaw, Clarke, Msrengo, Mo-
bile, Monroe and Washington.

George W. Taylor. Dem 9.939

W. M. Doyle. Soc 213

a. The counties of Baldwin Butler. Conecuh, Cov-
ington, Crenshaw, Escambia, Montgomery, Pike
and Wilcox.
8. H. Dent, Jr., Dem 11,197

8. The counties of Barbour. Bullock. Coffee. Dale,
Geneva, Henry, Houston, Lee and Russell.
Henry D. Clayton. Dem 11,225

4. The counties of Calhoun, Chilton, Cleburne.
Dallas, Shelby and Talladega.

Fred L. Blackmon, Dem 7,740

A. P. Longshore, Prog 3,060

W. H. Sturdivant, Rep 693

6. Tlie counties of Autauga, Cbamliers. Clay.
Coosa, Elmore, Lowndes, Macou, Uandulph and
TailapooHa.
J. Thomas Heflln. Dem 10.210

6. The bounties of Fayette. Greene, Lumar. Marion,
Hale, Pickens. Sumter. Tuscaloosa and Walker.

Richmond P. Hobson. Dem 9,156

Charles P. Lunsford, Rep 2.174

7. The counties of Cherokee, Cullman, DeKalb.
Etowah, Franklin, Marshall. St Clair and Wins-
ton.

J. L. Burnett. Dem ».770

Sumter Coggswell, Prog 6,462

John J. Stephens, Rep 2,711

8. The counties of Colbert. Jackson. Lauderdale.
Lawrence, Limestone. Madison and Morgan.

William Richardson. Dem 10,753

William E. Hotchklss. Rep 1.160

W. L. Conner, Soc 245

9. The counties of Bibb, Blount. Jefferson and
Perry.

O. W. Underwood. Dem 12.584

Frederick B. Parker, Rep 1.598

LEOISLATTHH. Sen«tr». House. J.B.

Democrats 34 103 137

Republicans 1 * *

STATB oFFicKRs. (.\11 democrats.)

Governor— Emmett O'Neal.

Lieutenant-Governor— Walter D. Seed.

Attorney-General— R. C. Brlckell.

Secretary of State-Cyrus B. Brown.

State Auditor— C. Brooks Smith.

State Treasurer— John Pnrlfoy.

Superintendent of Education— Henry J. Willlngham.

CoimmiK^oner of Agricult. and Industries— R. F. Kolb.



ASIZONA (Population in 1910, 804,3M).



Counties.
(14)

9196 Apache..



Dem.

WiUota
^ 106

84591 Cochise 1947

81H0Cooonlno 838

16780 Gila 774

28647 Graham 634

Greenlee (new) 687

^4488 Maricopa 2589

8773 MohaTe 819

11491 Navajo 286

22818 Pima 686

9045 Pinal 851

6766SantaCnu 247

15096 Yavapai 988

7788 Yuma. 423

Total



PRB8IDKNT1912-

Kep. Prog. Soc

81
1405

173

631

243

368
1800

220

229



68
879
284
206

98
108
658

"T6i

888

77

65

452



10
815

95
605
168
111
466



125
534

368



40
107
61
87
856
186



2975 6681 8139



10174

Plurality 82i«3

Percent 48.49 12.73 29.42 18.42

Total vote 23391

FOB BBPBBSBNTATITBS IN CONGBBSS, 1912.

Carl Hayden. Dem

Thomas E. Campbell. Rep

R. S. Fisher, Prug

Mr. Smith, Soc

Mr. Gibson, Pro

Senate. House.

16 30

4 5

(All democrats.)



Pro.

CbaSa
1

20
8
9
6
2
122
4



1
1
19

6

212



LEOI8LATI7BB.



11.389
8.110
6.819
3.034
193
J.B.
45
9



Democrats ..

Republicans

STATB OrFICEBS.

Governor— G. W. P. Hunt,
Secretary— S. P. Osborn.
Auditor— J. C. Callaghan.
Treasurer— D. Johnson.

ARKAirSAS (PopttlatioB in 1910, 1,071,440).

CorKTISS. . PBB8IDKNT 1912— n

PmaiatiM (76) Dem. Rep. Prog. Soc.



161(i3 Arkansas 869

25368 Ashley 1080

10889 Baxter. 636

88388 Benton 2363

14:U8 Boone 9t;5

14518 Bradley 772

fi694Ca1houn 488

168»Carro11 919

21987 Chicot 419

23»»5 Clark 1051

28dyOClay 1290

11«0 Cleburne 617

1IU81 Cleveland 686

23820Columbla 1101

2272i»Conway 14:«

27627 Craighead 1259

23042 Crawford 969

22447 Crittenden 423

14012 Cross 491

13621 Dallas 664

15274 Desha 814

21'je0 Drew... 883

2:f7U8 Faulkner 1316

20<^ Franklin 1118

1219:< Fulton 660

2r/71 Garland 1046

9126 Grant. 440

23852Greene 1251

28285 Hempstead 1248

15023 not Springs 668

l(»g6 Howard 760

247T6 Independence 1225

14561 Izard 746

23501 Jackson 8.S7

627.'M Jefferson 1669

ll»fly8 Johnson 926

13741 Lafayette 498

20001 I^awrence... 939

24252 Lee 9f!8

15118 Lincoln 890

. ^^

1319
1129
932

ssr

846
767
537
471



249
489
142
641
280
137

73
464

89
876
623
188
275
840
527
269
4C7

89
298
228

52
434
403
256
158
800
110
286
836
248
821
413
215
»8
579
189
208
318
666

m

332
&13
2i>4
786
160



400
221
822



806
846
176
660
376

m

147
858
808
362
858
118
98
157
864
329
428
285
284
406
161

^

194
235
683
47
260
468
247
187

187
159
758



167
194
162
87
766
425
231
145
195
188
301
303



46
83
143
296
81
101
109
123
23
86
218
127
88
42
68
297
81

28

18

48

111

184

46

148

25

238

93

43

66

168

53

161

146

151

10

125

15

86

101

149

71

71

157

106

87

76

187

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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAB-BOOK FOB 1913.



PMolatkn. WUmo T»ft RooseTdt Deba

10612 Newton 290 285 247 74

2in4 Ouachita 913 TO3 131 38

9403 Perry 623 163 216 64

83535 Phillips 83« 198 188 2

12665 Pike.. 603 831 168 83

12791 Poinsett 6H3 205 167 126

17216 Polk 6»4 162 409 197

24S27 Pope 1617 834 656 134

18853 Prairie 647 877 lua flO

86761 Pulaski diUJQ 1044 1547 368

18987 Randolph ^ ?H ?TS ^??

16657 Saline 814 1*4 140 6^

143W Scott. .. 640 206 2-25 170

14^ Searcy 4:« 389 IHO 111

^Sebastian 2^ 514 718 445

16616 Sevier 792 1*3 IW. 183

11688 Sharp 681 114 194 71

2^48 St F?anclB SS ??S ^ S

8946 Stone 337 113 90 70

2otS Union.:: Ite8 IM ^g 101

23500 VanBuren W5 254 2W W

33889 Washington 1881 665 652 169

18574 White 1448 370 481 208

S049 woodruff ,?!!? IS ^ oS

26323 Tell 1461 426 4d8 2h3

Total 68838 24467 21673 8153

Plurality 44371

Percenl. 65.60 19.78 17.48 6.68

Tot.vote 124029

For president In 1912 Chafln, Pro., received 898
votes. For president in 1908 Bryan, Dem.. received

87,015 votes; Taft, itep., 56.760 and Debs, Soc, 6,842.

rOE BEPRESENTATIVES IN C0N0BBS8, 19tf.

1. Counties of Clay. Cralglioad. Crittenden. Cross,
Greene. Lee, Mississippi, PhllUpa, Poinsett, St.
Francis and Woodruff. ^^ ^^
T. H. Caraway, Dem 16,036

2. Counties of Stone. Shnrp, Handolpb. Lawrence,
Fulton, Irard, Independence, Wblte, Cleburne.
Jackson. Prairie and Monroe.

W. A. Oldficld, Dem 11,880

O. W. Wells. Rep 4,388

5. Counties of WasblnRton. Benton. Madison, Car-
roll, Newton, Boone, Searcy. Baxter. Marlon and
Van Buren.

John C. Floyd, Dem 10,849

J. F. Carlton, Bep 6,924

4. Counties of Crawford, Logan, Sebastian. Scott,
Polk. Sevier. Howard, Pike. Little River. Miller
and Montgomery.

Otis T. Wlngo, Dem 11,680

J. O. Llvesay, Bep 6,601

6. Counties of Franklin,. Johnson. Pope, Yell, Con-
way. Faulkner, Perry 'and Pulaski.

H. M. Jacoway, Dem 13,43S

A. C. Bemmel, Bep 5,68«

6. Counties of Desba, Garland, Hot Springs. Sa-
line, Dallas. Grant. Cleveland, Lincoln. Drew,
Jefferson. Arkansas and Lonoke.

Samuel M. Taylor, Dem 15,879

7. Counties of Hempstead. Clark, Nevada. Colum-
bia. Union, Ouachita. Calhoun. Bradley, Ashley,
Chicot and Lafayette.

W. S. Goodwin, Dem 10.956

Patrick McNally, Bep 4,824

LVOisLATUBE. Senate. Honse. J.B.

Democrats 34 96 130

Bepublicans 1 4 5

STATE oppiCEH.s. (All democrats.)

Governor— Joe T. Robinson.

Secretary of State— Earle W. Hodges.

Aadltor— John M. Othout.

Treasurer— John W. Crockett.

Attorney-General— William L. Moose.

Superintendent Public Instruction— George B. Cook.

OAUPOBKIA (Population in 1910, 8,877,M9).

CoFNTiES. President 1912 .

^^1^ ^^> Pi^ff- 1^™- Soc. Pro. Bep.

346131 Alameda 31542 24118 9332 1160 -

809 Alpine 36 34 2-8

9086 Amador 684 1K» 135 67 6

«^l Butte 8365 4028 990 489 10

9171 Calaveras 750 1869 399 68 6

7732 Colusa 810 1760 111 84 3

81674 Contra Costa 3539 3290 1300 181 40



aoowrelt WUmd

.. 876

.. 776



906



§417 Del Norte. .

7492 El Dorado..
76657 Fresno

7172 Glenn

33857 Humboldt..

13591 Imperial 1420

6974 Inyo 431

87715 Kern 3G47

»^K»nK8 1419

6526 Lake tfiU

4802 Lassen 559

504131 Los Angeles 76593

8368Maderii: 943

25114 Marin 2760

3966 Mariposa 806

23929 Mendocino 2237

15148 Merced 1671

6191 Modoc «»

2042 Mono 106

24140 Monterey 8081

19800 Napa..... 2432

14955 Nevada 1381

84436 Orange 6143

18237 Placer 1913

6259 Plumas 762

34696 Blverslde 6146

6780b 8acram3n to 7534

8041 San Benito 1054

66706 San Bernardino. . . . 620}

61665 San Diego 7922 „.„. ^.^

*Hi? §*° F™"C*'<^o 88610 489.>J 12354

60731 San Joaquin 4314 7969

19383 San Luis Obispo.... 23T3

26685 San Mateo 2825

27738 Santa Barbara 3395

83589 Santa Clara 10868

28140 Santa Crux 8059

18920 Shasta i»«6

40988lerra 483

18801 Siskiyou 1740

27660 Solano.. 8358

48394 Sonoma 6806

82522 Stanislaus 8143

6328 Sutter 84«

11401 Tehama 1218

8801 Trinity 343

86440Tulare 4283

,9979 Tuolumne 756

18347 Ventura 2055

13826 rolo 1^

10043 Fuba 1132



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8891
1325
2887
1295

806
5569
1967
1118

644
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4106
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441
119
67
657
478
648
896
481



1653

179

1901

2873



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49 16

690 88

87 11

177 m

198 13

77 8

182 84

156 -

123 —

34 28

8190 1085

89 1



14



20
11
14

1
3

1



45

11
301
IM
ni 23
853 121
125 15

80 U
834 122



213
74



36
13



1233 172
1139



704
827
619
20l»
892
988
133

781

1494

49

79



1158
426
214
80
85'
824 175



88

13
7



64
13
104
lti9
867
8|-»4



388 168
182 9
1233 266



863
426
801



1242 186



113
84



3
16
10



17

6
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1
73

8
72

9
17



Total 283610 283436 -WWl 23866 2847

Plurality 174

Percent 42,18 42.15 U.78 3.47 .42

Total vote 672460

For president In 1912 Boosevelt. Prog., received
U electoral votes and Wilson, Dem., 2.

FOB BEPRESENTATIVES IN CONQBESS, 1912.

1. Counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino.
Glenn, Butte, Lake, Colusa, Yuba, Sutter, Sono-
ma and Marin.

William Kent, Prog 20 341

Edward H. Hart. Bep Io'bss

I. G. Zumwalt, Dem 18 756

Joseph Brednteen. Soc 4 892

2. O^untles of Modoc. Slsklvon, Trinity. Shasta
Lassen. Tehama, Plumas, Sierra, Nevada, Placer
El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras. Alpine, Tuolum-
ne and Mariposa.

John E. Baker, Dem 23 467

Frank M. Butherford. Bep 10,178

J. C. Williams. Soc slsis

3. Ck)untle8 of Yolo. Napa, Sacramento. Solano,
Contra Costa and San Joaquin.

C. F. Curry, Bep 81,060

Gilbert McMillan Boss, Dem 15,197

William L. Wilson, Soc 6,522

4. San Francisco (part).

Julius Kahn, Bep 26 515

Bert Schleslnger, Dem 14,884

N. W. Pendleton. Soc 6,090

5. San Francisco (part).

.Tohn I. Nolan, Bep 27,902

Stephen V. Costallo, Dem 18.616

E. L. Beguln. Soc e,»62

6. Ck)unty of Alameda.

James K. Knowland. Bep 35,219

Hiram A. Luttrell, Dem 4,i»6

J. Stltt Wilson, Soc M^m-



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•I. OountleB of Staulfllaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno,
Kings. Tulare and Kern.

Denver S. Church. Dem g.JSJ

James C. Needham, Rep 22,994

J S Cato Soc 7,171

8. 'counties of San 'Mateo. Santa Cnis. SanU Clara
San Benito. Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa
Barbara and Ventura.

Evens A. Hayes, Rep M.««l

James B. Holohan. Dem 20,620

Robert Whitaker. Soc 8.12o

». Los Angeles (part).

Charles W. Bell. Rep J»»Jo

Thomas H. Kirk. Dem IJSJI

Ralph R. Crtswell. Soc 11.123

10. Los Angeles (part).

William D. Stephens. Rep 43.637

George Rlngo Dem. J7.890

Fred C. Wheeler, Soc l'ti26

B. D. Martlndale. Pro •••••••;; ; ?J.

IL Counties of San Bernardino. Mono, Inyo, Riv-
erside, Orange. San Diego and Imperial.

William Kettner. Dem 24.882

Samuel C. Evans Rep.. 21.42G

Noble A. Richardson, Soc 7.059

LBoisLATTTBi. Seoate.House. J.B.

progressives ! ?S S Ik

Democrats 10 26 86

^ * 8TATB oiviciiiB. (AU repubiicang.)
Oovemor— Hiram W. Johnson.
lileutenant-GoverLoi^Albert^ J., Wallace,
eecretary of State-Frank O. Jordan.
Treasurer— B. D. Roberts.
Comptroller— A. B. Nye.
Adjutant-General-E. A. Forbea.
Attorney-General— U S. Webh.
Superintendent of Education— B. O. Hyatt.

COLORADO (Population in 1910^ 799,09f).
C0CTKTIB8. * __ _ PRBgrnBWT 1912-

popaittoa (60)

iSSa^o^:::: ^ ^ t«

8308 Archuleta.... 809 3W



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Dem. Prog. Rep. Soc. Pro.
1813 913



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241 818



267 40
38 15



lU

88



4U 287

248 489

806 1587

2M 1072

866 487

109 847



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7^ Chaffee....... 16U 698 728 282 66

8«W Cheyenne... 607

6001 Clear Creek., llfig

11286 Conejos. 2147

6498CoBUlla.. ... 667

Crowl'yCnew) 719

1917 Custer glO

642 Dolores Si oS aJI m 1

^SlSrt*: . 757 630 496 121 41

i^iiplw*: 56S9 68»a 2816 ^ gj

WmPre^i ^ Igji ^m *T6 166

10144 Garfield M06 MO

4mGllpln AM *»

1862 Grand ,607

6897 Gunnison.... 1206

(M6 Hinsdale ,167

18830 Huerfano ... 1277

1013 Jackson »J2

6017 Lincoln ,796 -Jg SI i2R ra

MM Montemnuk. 1017 ,^ Sf R? ,S

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222


448


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18


857


668


166


27


188


82


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148 86

66 23

326 83

71 88

60 44

19 8

680 194



76
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427
870
646



87



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76 70



_79PhmipB. 448 ^^^ ^^

4666 Pltlcln 770 176 2U8

9630 Prowers 1012 10U3 m

68228 Pueblo 7tt43 8818 30aO

2833 Rio Blanca.. 638 ''

6563 Rio Grande . . 1286

7561 Routt 1408

41tJ0 Saguache 868

80G3 Ban Juan 665

47U0 Ban Miguel.. 1029

8Ui;i Sedgiricic »3S

2UU:i Summit. 6U0

14351 Teller 8027 1405

60U2 Washington. 765 719



185
626
S95
278
89
800
892
152



372
696
738
730
231
639
828
179
676
:i61



46
170
153
722 256



89177 Weld 4713 2^79 3114

8489 Tuma UTO 1218 406



7

66
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7
8
17
19
4
16
34
425 435
319 69



17
118
3t9
187
148
118

28

3U
674

71



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1
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Total 114074 723U6 68386 IWiS 5Wi3 476

R'J'SJfciilg 37.1121.89 6.18 1.89 .18
Total TOte. 260722

For president in 1908 Taft, Rep., received 123,700
Totes; Bryan. Dem., 126,644; Debs, Soc., 7.974, and
Challn, Pro., 6,659. ^ ,„_.

Popular vote for United States senators, 19121
Long term-John F. Shafroth. Dem.. 118,260; Clyde
C. Dawson. Rep.. 66,949; Franli T. Catlin, Prog..
68.649, Short term— Charles T. Thomas, Dem.,
111,633; C. W. Waterman, Rep., 66,627; I. N. Ste-
vens, iE>rog., 64,405.

FOB BBPBBSBNTATIVKS IN OONOBESS. 1912.

At Large— Edward T. Taylor, Dem. (elected).
Edward Keating, Dem. (elected).
S. H. Kinsley, Rep.
J. J. Laton. Rep.
Charles E. Fisher. Prog.
Clarence P. Dodge. Prog. _ , ^

1. Counties of Adams, Boulder, Denver, Jefferson,
Lalte, Larimer, Logan, Moffat, Morgan. Park,
Phillips, Sedgwick, South Arapahoe, Washington.
Weld and Yuma.

George J. Kindel, Dem. (elected).

Rice W. Means, Rep.

W. J. L. Crank, Prog. _ ^ - ^,.

2. Counties Archuleta, Baca, Bent, <3haffee. Chey-
enne, Clear Creek, Conejos, Costilla, Crowley,
Custer, Delta, Dolores, Douglas. Eagle, Elbert,
El Paso, Fremont, Garfield, Gilpin, Grand. Gun-
nison, Hinsdale, Huerfano, Kiowa, Kit Carsou,
La Plata, Las Animas, Lincoln, Mesa, Mineral,
Montesuma. Montrose, Otero, Ouray. Pitkin,
Prowers, Pueblo, Rio Blanco, Rio Grande, Routt,
Saeuache, San Juan, San Miguel. Summit and



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