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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOLUME v PRICE-FIVE CENTS ELECTION OF GOVERNORS AND THE SENATORS Result in Each State So Far as Vote Many of the in Doubt Ldhbrldge, Alberta. Wednesday, November ft, 1912. Th'e following were the Governors and Senators elected so far as re- Governor Senator Not voting Uunkhead (Dem.) No stale election this year. Not voting Jeff Davis (Dem.) No state election this year. State Alabama Arizona Arkansas California-, Colorado Connecticut Del awn re Florida Georgia Idaho Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky p Louisiana Maryland TWELVE PAGES Number 278 MUST ULTIMATELY WIN Doubtful Simeon E. Baldwin Doubtful Doubtful Xot voting John 31. Unities IJMwflril F. Duimf! (Dera) Doubtful Oeo. W. Clarke (Hep.) Artllllr Capjicr (Hop) No state election. iS'ot voting. No statu election Not voting Massacbussets Eugene N. Fans (Dem.) Michigan Doubtful Minnesota A. O.- Elierliitrdt Mississippi Not voting Missouri Elliott W. .Major (Dem.) lloiitami ,3. v. stewu-t, Dem.) Nebraska John H. Jloorehead Nevada Not voting N. Hampshire, Doubtful New Jersey JS'ew Mexico New York .M. Carolina N. Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island S. Carolina S. Dakota Tonnesae Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington W. Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Not voting-. Not voting Win. Sulr.Br (Dem.) Locite Craig (Dem.) L. B. Haima (Rep.) Doubtful. Not voting Not vol.i.ng Not voting f DoubtCnl Col. Blease fDem.) Krank Byrne (Rep.) Doubtful 0. D. Colmiitt (Dem.) W. S'pry (Hep.) Not noting. Not voting Eracist Lister (Dem.) M. Hatfleld (KepY) F. McGovern (Rep.) No '-.voting Not voting. II. A. Richardson Not voting. Not voting W. E. Borah (Rep.) Jas Hamilton. Not voting Win. Skenyou (Rep.) W. H. Stubbs, (Rep.) Jos E. llnnsdell (Dem.) Not voting Doubtful Doubtful .7. Knute Nelson (Rep.) K. K. Vardaman (Kep.) Not voting. Thos J. Walsh. Ashton C. Shallenberger. Not voting. Not voting. Wm. Hughes (Rep.) A. U. Fall, (Rep.) Not voting. Not voting. Not voting. Not voting A. L. Owen (Dem.) Doubtful Not voting Not voting B. R. Tillman (Dem.) Not voting. Not voting. M. Sheppard (Dem.) Not voting Not voting, Tbcs. Smart (Dem.) voting. Not voting. Not voting. J. B. Kendrick (Dem.) Oyster nay, Nov. Itefore midnight, Col. Roose- velt made tho following state- mont; "The American people by a great plurality have decided In favor of Mr. Wilson, and the Democratic party. Like all good citizens, I accept the re- sult with entire good humor and contentment. As for the Progressive cause, I can only repeat what I have already so many times said; the fate of the leader for the time being Is of little consequence, hut the cause Itself must In the end triumph, for its triumph is es- sential for the well being of the American people. (Signed) Theodore Roosevelt." ANNOUNCES THE NAVAL POLICY R. B. BENNETT FORESTALLS TK PREMIER IN TELLING ALL ABOUT IT CORONER'S INQUEST ON MURDERED MAN Hussiau cunning pitted against tire trains and experience of the Mounted Police, Is tho spectacle which pre- sents itself in 'tile Durda murder niys tery, and so fur Russian cunning ha! won out. So far as can be learned tho police Jia.Ve learned absolutelj nothing whlcll. would lead to solution of the mystery. Nothing whatever is being given out from, police head quarters today. Three men, the same as were taken In charge yesterday, are being held until the coroner's inquest this after- noon is concluded. WaslI Besola, on whom suspicion rests, owing to his being the last man seen with the mur- dered man is. tho principal of the case so far. The- names of the other two have not bci'en divulged, although it Is learned that they were also Rus- sian miners from No. G. Discreet silence on the part of the Russians who were participants at the weddinj; fei'dt, .preceding the mur- der, is baWIing tha police on every hand. Not a word can be .pried from any of them which will aid at ail in solving the case. A meeting ot tne parties connected with the cast through tlish- attendance at the dance was held at Stafford last night, and a fund collected :fpr the defence of those in custody. Their is In Ihe hands of ,7. R. Palmer. .Carl T.heo- dorovitch, the miner's interpreter, is in the city, and is aiding the lawyer for the defence. The coroner's jury met at two o'- clock at tho Mounted Police Bar- racks, and Immediately proceeded u the morgue, where the body awaiiec their inspection. Hero .they were de tained for a long time, and it was late before any evidence in the inquesi was taken. The murdered man was a Bukowin ian, from the Russian province of Huk owina, and not a Slav, as staled in yesterday's Herald, nor are the Slavs of Stafford Village in any way con- nected with the affair, so far as the police have .been able to learn. Two of the three suspects were re- leased this afternoon, and the name of the one held was not divulged. Calgary, Nov. B. Bennett, M P., tonight, at a meeting here, ind cated that the government wouh make a cash contribution towards thi Imperial navy, and that it would bi quite a substantial one. He pointed out that the minister: realize the futility of having a smal armament held at the ports of the lantic and Pacific, which would in a way retain the supremacy of the seas to Great whose struggles would take place on the other elde of the Atlantic. He emphasized the imminence of danger to the British flag, and the need of an emergent contribution. DAMAGE ACTION ARREST ONE.OF VICTIMS OF ROBLIN MA- CHINE SEEKS REDRESS IN COURTS NOV. statement oi laini has been entered for the sum of in behalf of 11. J. A. Pnncc, of St: Boniface, against Krank Chit- Winnipeg, antl Paul Fries, of (Wisconsin Notre Dame DC Lordcs. WttSON WINS WITH POPULAR MAJORITY Electoral College New York, Nov. the o returns at hand from every state, a noon today, the' indicated results o yesterday's balloting was': Wilson, 39 states. -115-electoral vctes Roosevelt, fi states, 102 elector; votes. Taft, State Alabama Arizona Vrkansas California Colorado Connecticut lelaware Florida Georgia daho. llinois ndiana owa Canaas states, 32 electoral votes. Taft Wilson Rcosevel 12 'A 9