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TAFT WILL RUSH
Conference of Cabinet Brings Ont
Views of President and the
MOST HARM DONE IN THE EAST
Outcome in West Considered Already
Discounted in Primaries.
DEFEAT MAY WOSK FOR GOOD
Our Next Governor
Nebraska Ilepublicans Elected to Congress
Comfort Found in Relative
Smallness of Pluralities.
NEW POSTAL PLAN IMFORTANT
Measure to Meet ri'clnil-( Iiim Mail
Uimrii RrqglrUg Magaalnea to
)') Inrrrmrd I'oilatr on
WASHINGTON. D. C., Nov. 9. The elec
tion and Its levson ami the pressing; for
ward of the admlnixtrutlon legislative
program ho as to get it out of the way be
fore the accession of democratic control in
congress next year wan discussed at a
cuhliMit meeting today.
Featuring the administrative mwwurci
will he the plan for meeting second clasa
mull abuses by requiring magazines not
new spapci ato pay Increased postage on
advertising pages sufficient to eliminate
postal deficits mid warrant one-cent post
age on first cIhss mail noon. The plan will
he uij. d on congress at the coming short
(.esslon and Beveral magazine publishera
already have expressed a disposition to Co-operate.
Individual Views Kirrfil.
Tim discussion of the election results
brought out Individual views of the presi- !
dent and some of his official family.
It wan pointed out that In the east the
most real harm to the republican party
km accomplished, much of the outcome In
tliti went having been discounted In the
primal-it'. Home comfort was found In the
relative smallnes of the democratic plural
ities, ax compared with the past when
democratic primacy was attained, New
Vol k with apparently less than 70.OXI
plurality being cited.
The expressed view waa that the defeat
f the party might In reality work for
President Taft realizes the necessity for
getting through all needed administration
legislation In the three months' session be
pinntng Hext month.
BK1MTOW IS 1-I.KASKI) 1 KANSAS
Unirrniir Sttublta lr-F.ieetd In Face
( . of Terrific Fight.
XAI.JNA, Kan., Nov. 9. t'ntted rHates
Hinator Joseph I.. Brlstow, who took an
active part in the recent campaign for the
Insurgents, said today of ' yesterday's re
sults: "I am very much gratified at the result
In Kunsa. We have elected the entire
republican congressional delegation by ma
jorities ranging from 1,000 to 8,000.
"Governor Stubbs has been re-elected In
face of the most terrific fight that has
been made on any republican nominee for
governor since 1882, when Governor St.
John was defeated for a third term. While
Governor stubba majority Is greatly re
duced from that of two years ago, the
fuct that he won in face of tremendous
fones arrayed against him, marks his elec
tion as a great victory.
"With the returns from every other stale
showing reduced republican representation
In congress the results In Kansas (mould
bi highly gratifying, not only to the re
publican of this state, but to the entire
NEW YORK, Nov. Mayor Gaynor to
day said he was gratified with the result
of yesterday's elections.
"I do net view th result In a partisan
tplrlt. or with a mere feeling of elation,"
aid the mayor.
"I see In, It a readjustment of those voters
throughout the country who are too intelli
gent to remain mere thlck-amf-thin parti
sans. The Intelligence of the country Is
sorting Itself and business men and prop
erty owners will again divide themselves
normally between the parties as formerly
and as they do la other countries."
ll M,z- II
CTIKSTKlt H." ALDRICH. '
Republican Candidate for Governor
Gets An Unusually Lare Plural
ity for His Election.
BIGGEST GIVEN IN MANY YEARS
More Than Double Sheldon's Lead of
Four Years Ajo.
ENTIRE STATE TICKET ELECTED
Returns Show the Republicans Swept
the Platter Clean on Tuesday.
HITHC0CK LEADS BURKETT
Preferential Vote for United States
Senator is Bemocratio.
TOTAL VOTE WILL BE LIGHT
CHARLE9 H. SLOAN.
GEORGE W. NOniUS.
Fifth District. '. .
MOSKS P. KINKA1D,
SLUMP IN REPUBLICAN VOTE
Present Minority Party Will Have a
' KM MKT O'NEAL (Dem.)
III HAM W. JOHNSON (Uep.)
JOHN R. STEPHEN (Rep.)
SIMBON E. BALDWIN (Detn.)
13. F. CARROLL (Rep.)
WALTER R. STUBPS (Rep.) '
EUGENE N. FOSS (Dem.)
CHASE S. OSBOHN (Rep.) " -Ulniriotii
ADOLPH O. EBERIIART (Rep.)
CHESTER H. ALDRICH (Rep.)
DENVER R. DICKERSON (D.)
ROBERT P. BASS (Rep.),
WOODROW WILSON (Detn.) .
JOHN A. DIX (Dem.)
C. A. JOHNSON (Rep.)
JUDSON HARMON (dem.)
Lee CRUCE (Dem.)
JAY DOWERMAN (Rep.)
JOHN K. TENER (Rep.)
ARAM J. POTHIER (Rep.)
COLEMAN L. BLEASE (Dem.)
ROBERT S. VESSEY (Rep.)
BEN W. HOOPER iRep.)
FRANCIS E. M GOVERN (Rep.)
JOSEPH, E, .CAREY (Dem.)
DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY 29
Republicans Will Have 164 Members
in Sixty-Second Congress.
EIGHT SEATS IN MINORITY NOW
Ilemoera, F.leet Two Hundred and
Twenty-Fire Members One 80-
elallst e, Uonhttnl Few
-1 sMnlMloif ' or"02"Conrea;"--
ftapublioans alsotsd ...
Socialists sleeted ..;
Doubtful district ...
Majority of houss
Peinocrstlo majority In ,hou...
Complsts returns oa the election of rsp
rasentatlvss in oong-rsss lndloats that ths
-democrata will havs-a working- majority
of S3 in the next houss.
REPUBUCANS HOLD THE SENATE
New York nad Ohio lloth Kleot Gov
ernors of nemorratlc .Stripe and
New Jersey nnd Massachu
setts Follow .Salt.
NEW YORK. Nov. More complete re
turns today from the elections held
throughout the country yesterduy serve to
emphasize, rather than diminish the demo
cratic landslide. There Is hardly a section
of the entire nation where the republican
vote dd not slump notably ami in many
cases disastrously. The Sixty-second congress-will
-be dembovaud by a guod working
majority, while In the Vnited States senate
the republicans have only a scant lead over
their oponents. , , , ,
hour Influential eastern stales New
391 York, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New
198 i Jerseytake their places at the head of tn
89 procession with democratic governors and
strong democratic representation in their
leKislatures. Ohio, too, Is democratic. The
two sreat leaders of the. republican party,
Taft and Roosevelt, alike met defeat In
CH1CAOO,. NOV.. 8. The number of demo- their own states. Roosevelt's home, town
crats elected to congress, according to the of Oyster Bay went against him; his. con-
Candidate for Speaker Says that
Democratic Victory is Due to Dis
satisfaction with Tariff.
l;OWL,lNtl UHKKN, Mo., Nov. .-lowu-ward
revision of the tariff at one la th
pUilKe made fr the new democratic house
uf representatives ,by t'litmp Clark, eon
fcitsKrnaii from the Ninth district, who Is
candidate for the speakership.
"The landslide is in Una with my 111 e-
In doubt or Incomplete,
latest ' returns, ' which are of an unofficial
character, la 225. ' The republican repre
sentation will be 1W or 1G5, or eight seats
less than the democrats now" have In the
The Eleventh Pennsylvania district,
which is represented 'in the' sixty-first con
gress by a republican, Is In doubt. The
Twelfth Pennsylvania district, also nor
mally republican, la likewise doubtful.
Congressional gains were made by the re
publicans and democrats In the following
states and districts:
Will Not Discuss
Republican Leaders Will Crowd Much
of Legislative Program Into
Next Session of Congress.
Connecticut, 2d ,
Illinois, btn. an, ;th, lbth 4
Indians, i.th 1
low a. 2d, 4th 2
Iowa. Kt It ;
Kentucky. Sth -. 1
Maine. 2d, 3d 2
Maryland, 3d, dill ." 2
Massachusetts, 3d , 1
Michigan, 1st, 6th 2
Missouri, loth. Htll, Kith, ltith.... 4
Missouri, I II 11
Nevada, at large
New Jersey, 3d, 6th, 7th, (till...... 4
New York, Imi. 3d, 4th, nth. 13th
15th, 17th. 21st, 2&lh, 27lb, 33d
and .Wtli 12
New York, :i-(l
North Carolina, oth, sth, 10th.... 3
Ohio, 2d, 7lh. 11th, luth, mil, 21st 6
Oklahoma, 3d 1
Pennsylvania. 6th, 8lh, 12th. 14th,
22d and 24th 8
Hhode Island. 1st 1
West Vl;lnia, 1st. Id. 3d, 4th... 4
Net democratic gain, SL
Tho following table shows what the polit
ical complexion of the various stats dele
gations in the sixty-second congress will
be as Indicated by the returns received up
to date. The makeup of the sixty-first con
gressional district chose a democratic rep
resentative to replace Congressman VV. W.
Cocks, KoosL-velt s warm personal friend;
his state repudiated the republican candi
date for governor by 50.00o plurality. Aa an
additional blow the New York state lenlsla
tuie Is democratic and will elect ft. demo,
cratic senator to succeed Chauncey M. De
House Is Deaioeratlc.
President Taft today tlnds himself face
to face with the one danger which he lias
most dreaded and which he besought the
republican voters of tiie nation to prevent
a hostile house of representatives to nul
lify what remains of his legislative pro
gram. A democratic house. President Taft
has pointed. out, will paralyze the admlnis
tration and make any party legislation lm
possible. On the other hand, the effective
ness of the democratic, majority in the
lower house will be largely nullifed with
the hold the republicans still retain In the
senate. , ...
A striking feature of the voting through
out the country was the repudiation of re
publican leaders in their own homes. Vies
President rtherman's home town, Utlca,
went . democratic by several hundred.
Screno Payne's home city. Auburn, de
feated htm by SOO votes, although the rural
districts round about cams to his rescue
and made his seat secure for another term.
In New York City, Congressman Wltilam
8. liennett was beaten by Henry Oeorge,
Jr., and Herbert Parsons by Jefferson Jkl,
Levy. Congressman J. 81ay Fassett of
Ulmtra. who went down to defeat In lsai
WASHINGTON, 1. -'., Nov. 9. Feeling
keenly the blows dealt by voters to the gress la also compared:
great political party of which he Is the
head, Frctiident Taft returned to Washing
ton this morning from Cincinnati.
He had no comment to make on the re
sult and went directly to the White House,
where it was staled that he probably would
not break Ins silence concerning political
Iho Seunte. . .
list. Name and Address. parti.
1 J. H. Moolehead. l-'alla City
2 I j. A. Vainer, sterling fl
3 .S. II. ISttck. Iterlln D
5-M. Plaork, Wall 00 0
t K. S. Horton. Omaha
John E. Heagan, Omaha'...:
I M. Tanner, South Omaha
7 B. F. Oiiffin, Tekmnah
8 tl. VV. Wirt sc. Randolph.... U
9 A. A. Smith. St. Kdwards
10 Fred V'olpp, Hcribner O
121. hi. Albert, Columbus ..!-
14 W. H. Keynolds, Chadron R
16 J. A. Ollls Old..-. I'
piO F. Hofllnson, eKarney
17 .J. H. Huhrman. Ht. IJUorj '
is .1. 1 1. Kemp, 'FMIIerton..... "
20 K. P. Prown,1- Arbor i
W. A. Belleck, Jncoin
22 Frank- HartoB. VMlber -....,..u
2-IJ. C. r5niltn, Kxeter ,.........z
2U J. B. Mc;rew, l(loomlngton...V.; K
27 . V. Tibbets. Hastings.... ..;
2S H. A. Cox. Wilcox........ "
2!-l. F. Cordeal, Mcook K
30 W. V. Hoagland, North Platte .Pv
DAIILMAN CARRIES DOUGLAS
Piles Up Majority of Over Eighty
BREWERS TURN THE TRICK
Votlns; machines Work for Straight
Ticket and Blgt f of Pnld
Boosters t'orrnl the. Herd
nnd Drive Them In.
Nebraska in Congress
First niatrlet . .
JOHN A. MAGUIRE (Dem.)
C. O. LOBEOK (Dem.)
J. P. LATTA (Dem.) '
CHARLES II. SLOAN (Rep.)
(5EOROE W. NORR1S (Rep.)
MOSES P. K1NKAID (Rep.)
tContlnued on Second Page.)
:Jl. turns of months ago." said Congressman j affairs until after his return from Panama, W-org
Clark at his home. "Tho people are tired ' hither he starts tomorrow. " i I'1'1"
f the present administration and are pro
tected to just the extent that the 1 etui in
In.lU.its auh the tariff bill.
"The first and greatest proposition the
dcii.oerats should stand for is reduction
in the taiiff to a revenue basis. 1 would
reduce It scientifically and gradually and
put Into It a sliding scale much like there
was In the tariff bill of 1S13."
1CII1TA, Kan.. Nov. . Congressman ' as there seems to tie the remotest chance of
Viitiir Murdock said today: ' tnaitnuni.
"I read In the congi-esatonal election Much of the propped legtlation which
iieus a plain and unmistakable command! will be urged on Co 11 K reus in the president a
,1 tne people to congi'va to take more forthcoming message will be of a progres-
poaer aaay from the speaker. Virtually ale character.
Insappolnud as Is the president at the 1 nj1Utt "
loss ot the house of representatives to the I Iowa
democrats, his political advisers are Kansas
pinning their hopes to the fact that a three Kentucky
, . . . , ,, 1 Louisiana
months session of the present republican j maine
majority in both branches of congress is j Maryland
about to begin. It Is known that into that Massachusetts
brief period the administration Intends to : Minnesota ' '
crowd as much of its 1 Kislative program j Mississippi
veiy lepulitcan chtused as an Insurgent,
who was running for re-election to tUe
l.Gjse, l.aa been returned."
TltliNloN, N. J., Nov. 9 latent election
ftuure tnuke V cod-ow Wilson's plurality
tor governor w.euo.
As t!i ,-etuiin now itund ti:e 1 epublh a us
IH have thr of the ten New J,sy
, ongrei-sitiru. an exact reVk isgl ,,f the pies-
. The denioctau wiU couuul tiie legislalur
oa Juint baliok
Tl.e new eongres and Its conduct with
a democratic bouse and a republican sen
ate serving under a republican president
will attract wide attention. The first ses
sion, which will convene in a little mole
North lakota .
Hhotle Island ..
than a yar hence, is practically commuted I south Carolina ....
to tariff revision by reason of esterday'a I 5,',ul" ''akola
oYtt'l KK. HAY. N. Y . Nov. . Theodore ( 'lull
Hoosevelt had not a word to aay today as V' rinotit
to the results of the election. Colonel . ',"'11'y. .'.'.'.'","" '
Koojcvtll lad shut himself off from lha West Virginia ....
ouislde world. When an atteinot vvus n.j-v i v isconsui
to reach him. lie sent out wuid mat ... oming
would ses uo eportei at Oybier Uay. tuii
' , 2d Con. (ilst. Con. I
Dein. Hep. llrin. Hep.
.. 9 ...
... 7 ... 7 ...j
... 3 .. 3
... 1 4 t
... S S
... 11 .. 11
...10 1". 111
... 12 1 11 2
... 2 1 lti
...9 2 8 3
... 7 7
... 2 2 ..4
... & I 3 3
... 4 10 4 9
... 2 10 .. 1
... 1 N 1
... H 8
...13 3 M j
... S 3 3 3
... 23 it 12 2.1
... HI I 3
.... 14 7 H 13
...3 2 2 3
.... 10 21 S 27
... 1 1 2
... 7 1 .. I
... .it 2 . .a 1
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1 ' I
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.... 1 9 1 1)
....S.3 It 173 Hi
WINNER IN DOUGLAS
Los AncreleS Has
Increase Since Nineteen Hundred of
Two Hundred and Eleven Per
Cent is Announced.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. The population
of Los Angeles, Cal., is 319,198 as compared
with 102,279 In 1900, as announced by the
census bureau today. This Is an increase
since 1900 of 216,719 or 2U.6 per cent.
TENNESSEE IS REPUBLICAN
New Governor la n Waif who Was
Found nn Streets of Knoxvllle
Year A no.
NASHVILLE. Tenn., Nov. 9 The latest
advices show that Captain Hopper has de
feated Taylor by between 12.W0 and 1S.0U0
Hen W. Hopper, the newly elected gov
ernor of Tennessee, was found on the
streets of Knoxvllle less than forty years
The waif, whose parentage Is not known
was committed to the care of an orphan
asylum, where he received his early tra n
inn.' When -he was 10 years old he al
u acted the attention of Captain lloppe.
of Newpiirt, Tenn., who gave him an edu
cation and h a name, and before he was 21
years old hf- had graduated in law.
He was sent to the state legislature two
tt-rmr. hot was not widely known befoie
be was nominated for governor. He will
be the third republican governor In the
h story of the state.
Douglas county has given . L'ahlman.
democrat, for governor, a majority of
something like 8,500 over Aldrlch, repub
lican, and the Dahiman wagon lias carried
all hu associates,- with- one execution, on
tho democratic ticket over tha safety Una
with him. John C. Lynch', republli-an.' tor
county. ctmiiiiad!onr. Is eleeu-d. V
For United States senator Hitchcock,
democrat, on the preferential vota seems to
have fallen behind Dahiman in tho lower
wards and to 'have forged ahead ot him
,n -the upper wards.
For congress, . with complete figures, Lo
beck,' democrat, Is S4G ahead ot button, re
'ilus outcome of the election In Douglas
cbunty was produced by the combined ef
forts ot the oemocrats and liberals of all
parties,' supplemented with the unlimited
ilnancial backing of the brewers' combine.
Election day weather was ideal and vot
ing began tarty and kept up fast, i he vot
ing inacmnes apparently did tne work they
were intended to do, namely, to force
straight party voting, although Sutton for
congress. Lynch tor county commissioner
and Wead and Hastings tor legislature nn
the republican tlcaet had special workers
who brought out lor thein inure than the
All the scenery was Mt fur t big splurge
for "Jim." Dosens' of automobiles running
around the street beating democratic ban
ners and offering free rides to anyone Who
would promise to' vote lor the mayor
This was true ot South Omaha as well as
Omaha, yet "Jim" fell Short of his esti
mated vote down there. In fact, notwith
standing the big majorities he polled in
Dougias county, he disappointed many ot
his aruent admirers, wno nad been betting
on him securing all the way up to V,uua
over his opponent.
The detailed vote on governor In Doug
la County, with only a few Important pre
cincts missing, loiiows:
Douglas Counts' oe on Oovrrnor.
FiUST WAKU OMAHA.
oahl- Shel- tshallen-
To-ThlrH of State Already Tubu
lated tilre Aldrleh, aO.OOO with
Douglas In nnd Hla Lend
Chester H. Aldrlch of David City has
been elected governor of Nebraska, by th
largest off-year plurality given in Ne
braska In many years.
His plurality over Imhlman will not b
less than 25.000, and may possibly go to
30,000. The last off-year election In Ne
braska was won by rllieldon In 1S00, whuii
his plurality over Khallenbergcr was a 111-tl-s
more than 13,000.-
Returns so far compiled Indicate that
the entire republican state ticket has been
elected, and that Mussre. Hopewell for
lieutenant governor, Walter A. George for
state treasurer, Ijllas 11. Ilartun for audi
tor. Addison Walt for secretary of stale,
K. It. Cowles for commissioner of publlo
lands and buildings, Grant Martin for at
torney general; James"' Wv tCrubtree for
superintendent "of' public Instruction id
Henry T. Clarke, ..'jr..' .for,, railway com
missioner, have tee
Vote "on Kena'tur.
In the preferential vote for United
States; senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock he
defeated Senator' Elmer .7. Purkett by a
majority in the neighborhood of 15,000.
Hitchcock carried Douglas county by up
wards of 9,000; While Hurkctt was given
only 822 majority In Lancaster.
Tha total votp is light, and on governpr
wlil hardly run above 230,000. With two-
thirds of this vote tabulated, including
Douglas county, and not Including Lan
caster, where tho returns are not yet com
plete, Aldrlch has a lead over Dahiman
of 20,000. The proclncta of Lancaster
county reported give Aldrlch 2,200. Tha
vote still to be tabulated will surely In
crease the lead far JLldrlcJi.
Legislative returns are still incomplete,
but It looks as it both houses will be demo
cratic. A ote on t.overnnr.
The returns on governor so far us tab
ulated show the following-- tin all cases
where the number oT precincts is not
given the vote Is for the county com
plete, but unofficial):
Following are complete returtis on gover
nor from twenty-five counties, with com
parison of the figures 011 goveinor two
District. - rich.
fcKCOND WA KD OMAHA.
THIRD WARD OMAHA.
JOHN C. LYNCH
BALWIN WILL SUE ROOSEVELT
(,nrrnr-Klrrl of Connertlcnt Will
Proceed Against Colonel .or
. l.lbel. .
t'uL'KTIl WARD OMAHA.
Flfc'TH WARD OMAHA.
blXTH WARD -OMAHA.
j. . .
NEW HAVEN. Conn, Nov. 9 Judge
Simeon K. liuldwln, just elected as gov
ernor of this state, tn replying to con
gratulations of his class in the Vale law
school today on his election, reiterated his
intention of hr.ngln; action against former
a..u un.rlt-np e: t (Iih llr,llL'li.H iitinl'.' Tf-
pubh.an ticket that went to wreck undo.- ,a,",,,enU """rJ mHd b
ii.e avalanche of Mayor Jim s kal "pop- "'0 l"t,,'r 'onr-ernlng Judge Haldw.n . ut.i
Ularliy" at lbs w Tu..da. luJ n workmen's comptnsaUon.
. p-KVKNTII WARD OMAHA.
1..., D7 2S ;u
, 13 ' J07
4...: "i 1.. ,
Totals..,.. 73.' Svi r,i
LP1HTII WARD -OMAHA.
1 12'! 2v 2!J
l i ; :i -i
1 ' -- mi
iConliuucd ou Pags Two.)
AM- Duhl- ftiel- Bhal'-
Cpunty. rich. man. don. b'ger.
A. lams. 1 of 20.. 114 101 120 115
Antelope, 11 of Di I'fk! t-.l Mii t.jii
I anner lit 47 1- h5
biaine 2H 122 22 DO
Hoone I,: l.wl- l,ii2l l.wll
ilox liutte iHS 4U1 009 lint
Hovit till wm 1K,9 s.hj
Huff alo - 3.1x70 . . . LWw J.448 2.6lJ
Hurt. 10 ot U . al2 l.vM oil
Duller 4 l,4m . . 2,04- 1,364 I.19S
Cass, 4 of 2D...,,- Kt -14K 17M
Chase 634 - 11 2 so 4,2
Cheyenne. 1 of 23 4-i si! 27 SI
Clay 8,2-SS 1,376 1,8:)7 2,014
Colfas K7S t Litis 1,107 1.2
Cuming, 6 of 19.. 2 4x4 2s0 441
Custer, 4-of 30... 03 337 D-(0 611
l'e.kota 6.15 KI5 7fH li(0
Dawes, 7 of 10... 7!i t'S 7"1 tisl
Dawson 2,116 1 pa l.W 2,014
Icuel 211 1:4 f.:i2 Xs2
1'lxon l.Slxi 7M 1,2.(4 1,1?1
1 lodge ZMli 2.Kki 2.3.M 2.7 i,i
1 (ougliiH 9.243 17.6M 13,1140 I6.201,
Dundy, IS of It).. 1'4 214 40 3-,
Furnas l.iK MH I SiH 1.7'.';)
Haves i17 l.'l ;t(,2 2M.'
IJelferson 1 ii.d l.j:J ' 1J l.vii
Johnson 1 . 1,7 1.322 l.lwj
I Kearney t.,s 616 pii.1t lr,d
, Ke.tli 3,0 .217 3i3 Jn3
K.llinore, S of 20 ."1 7i .".III ,
I I'lanklin, S of 17 4.V, 4(7 471
Caw 3.1111 2,7'.l 3.ii"j
jtiarlleld 2'l HO 37 374
;imiiI Hi 73 'M 'j5
(ireeley 7:2 7t'.t ti.,2 l,pi7
! I 'all. 4 of 21 2-2 ti':2 127
( Hamilton, H of 19 . Tv'4 7V, k2li
I Harlan. U of la.. tea 379 SKI 7 .7
j Hit. licoik, lti-2U. 3:4 ,M7 fiii
Howard 1.0,1 '.:: 91:,
I Kimball '2i.1 72 2:'-. 11!
1 Knox l.MH 1.K12 i.K 2,MI
! Lincoln, 9 of 41.. 2 H li-sl 121
! LoKun 2"7 i 1; u;
' Mad son, 22 of 21 I." l.r.vi S (7 l '.dfl
:M..rilck 1.2i yn; 1121 1.124
; .Sinn-". of hi... -.' (J 4(-i .:-
j N email ! .',.,". 117.1 1. .M l.vj(
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