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1. Michael Kenna, Dem.....4,309
Robert S. Wood, Pro......

135 Louis F. Hemse, Soc..... 194 Chas. W. Espey, Ind. L.. 314

Vito A. Taglia, Ind. Rep. 195 2. Geo. F. Harding, Jr., R.6,183

Samuel B. Lingle, Pro... 535

A. Corking, Soc........... 257 3. Milton J. Foreman, Rep.5,292

Frank Halbeisen, Dem..3,259
Wm. S. Baird, Pro....... 106

Louis Dalgaard, Soc..... 177 4. Nicholas P. Steilen, Rep.3,585

John W. McNeal, Dem..3,909
G. W. Westcott, Pro.... 66
Edward J. Dreis, Soc.... 178

Louis Schubert, Ind. Dem. 99 6. Alexander J. Burke, R..3,943

Charles Martin, Dem....3,587
Franklin J. Reed, Pro... 82
Peter Cunningham, Soc.. 216

Charles Kleidon, Ind..... 183 6. Linn H. Young, Rep.....8,835

Byron S. Turner, Dem..4,598
John W. E. Rust, Pro.... 140

Michael J. DeMuth, Soc. 192 7. Frank I. Bennett, Rep...9,720

Clarence A. Toolen, Dem.4,901
Isaac R. McCreery, Pro.. 344

Chas, E. Curtiss, Soc.... 332 8. P. H. Moynihan, Rep....4,124

John Mack, Dem.........3,176
H. "R. Hoover. Pro....... 135

Charles Knudsen, Soc.... 439 9. Morris Eller, Rep........2,330

Dennis J. Egan, Dem.... 2,698
Albin Pelko, Pro.......... 40
Charles Schliecker, Soc.. 204

Robert Dussman, Ind. L. 121 10. Thomas F. Scully, Dem.3,117

Frank Pelikan, Pro....... 50
Henry Winnen. Soc...... 545

Jos. F. Triska, Ind. L..1,195 11. Frank J. Karch, Rep....2.885

Edward F. Cullerton, D..3,374
Edwin J. Ellis, Pro...... 48
W. C. Benton, Soc....... 366

Chas. J. Moertel, Ind. L..1,077 12. John H. Bartels, Rep....2,403

Michael Zimmer, Dem....6,796
Carl P. Graff, Pro........ 150
J. J. Kral, Soc............1,143

VOTE FOR ALDERMEN.
Ward.

1 Ward.
13. Arthur W. Fulton, Rep..4,726 25. Winfield P. Dunn, Rep.10,272

Melvin P. Riley, Dem....4.522 John M. Stevens, Dem..5,111
James Dammarell, Pro.. 253 Wm. R. Paige, Pro...... 197
G. R. Franklin, Soc...... 253 Charles H. Sand, Soc... 436

Harry Woods, Ind. L....1,438 George N. Reeves, Ind. L. 138 1. James H. Lawley, Rep..4,704

26. William F. Lipps, Rep..5,778 Daniel V. Harkin, Dem..4,663 P. F. Haynes, Dem......4,352 Fred Gerwin, Pro........ 102

E. A. Fetherston, Pro... 264 William Gubbins, Soc.... 326

C. Magisen, Soc....... 563

G. W. Voorhees, Ind. L... 135 5. J. L. Smith, Rep..... ....3.575

27. Henry J. Siewert, Rep..6.139 Herman F. Krueger, D..4,624 A. M. Peterson, Pro..... 133

Jens N. Hyldahl, Dem...5,747

C. F. Wheeler, Pro...... 234 August Miller, Soc....... 720

Carl Strover, Soc........ 968 6. Paul J. Giersch, Rep....3,459

Orrin P. Wolf, Rep......4,612 Stanley H. Kunz, Dem..3,954

Francis D.'Connery, D..4.695 F. W. Woolnough, Pro... 47

Marcus I. Underwood, Pro. 182 Sigmund Odalski, Soc.... 283

Adolph Christensen, Soc. 841 7. Lewis D. Sitts, Rep.....4,170

29. Louis A. Rabig. Rep.....2,490 Jos. J. Geshkewich, Dem.3,180

John Downey, Dem.......3,921 Frederick Nelson, Pro... 69

Asa D. Cottam, Pro...... 69 John Matthews, Soc...... 459

Charles Murphy, Soc..... 495 8. John J. Brennan, Dem...4,280 30. John Burns. Rep.........4,025

Wm. H. VanArsdale, P. 141 Michael McInerney, Dem.4,831
Wm. Zimmerman, Soc... 407 Francis J. Thomas, Pro.. 113
Edwin J. Raber, Ind. L. 602

Theodore Leverenz, Soc.. 261 9. John Powers, Dem........4,478 . John Bain, Rep...........5,276

W. J. Tompkins, Pro.... 68 Patrick J. O'Connell. D.5.577
Gustave T. Fraenckel, S. 386 James W. McArthur, Pro. 295

James T. Roach, Ind. L.1,293 Chas. F. Woerner, Soc... 562 ). John P. Stewart, Rep...6,021 32. Albert J. Fischer, Rep..6,098

John J. Gleason, Dem...4,334 Elias R. Brown, Dem....3.912
J. F. Baumeister, Pro... 229 Ferdinand A. Hilker, P. 426
John Aird, Soc....

..... 309

Edward G. Gruhlke, Soc. 390 21. Francis W. Taylor, Rep..5,749

William C. Hunt, Rep..4,221 Julian S. Mason, Dem...4,023

Axel R. - Runsten, Dem.3.725 Charles M. Nance, Pro... 171

Gust Erickson, Pro....... 404 W. Bross Lloyd, Soc.... 360

Nels Anderson, Soc...... 827 L. H. Montgomery, Ind.L. 96 34. Thos. H. Devenish, Rep.3.850 2. Arthur Josetti, Rep......3,580

Joseph F. Kohout, Dem.4,609 John H. Sullivan, Dem..2,770

W. R. Adams, Pro....... 130 D. C. Sigsbee, Pro....... 72

Albert Hoeldtke, Soc..... 310 Fred Fosler, Soc......... 473 35. Frank L. Race, Rep.....3.841 George P. Crowe. Ind. L. 899 John S. Clark, Dem.....3,812

John N. Nielsen, Pro.... 200 3. Jacob A. Hey. Rep......4,560

Edward Tredee. Soc...... 453
Dennis W. Sullivan, D..2,740

Willis D. Casey, Ind, L
Bernard Solinsky, Pro.... 74
Charles G. Kuhn, Soc... 460

(To fill vacancy.)
Fred J. Schwindler, Ind.L. 548

Chas. J. Forsberg, Rep.4.142

Henry W. McFarlane, Ď.3.361 24. Albert Hahne, Rep.......3.891

T. A. Thorsen, Pro...... 198 John Haderlein, Dem.....3,842 Peter E. Norman, Soc... 521 John V. Haverkampf, P.. 164 F. E. Frisbie, Ind. L..... 48 Richard Oge, Soc......... 388 Richard J. Jacker, Ind.. 14

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VOTE ON PROPOSITIONS.

Ward.

Yes. No. I Ward. Yes. No. 31.....

5688 519735............ 4589 3 5:2 STREET-CAR ORDINANCES.

32....

6366 4096 For the approval of ordinances substantially in 33.....

4602 3870 Total......167367 134281 the form of the pending ordinances (reported to

4127 4130 / Majority-33086. the city council of the city of Chicago on Jan. 15, A. D., 1907) authorizing the Chicago City Rail.

OTHER PROPOSITIONS. way company and the Chicago Railways company,

Proposed issuing of bonds by the south park respectively, to construct, maintain and operate

commissioners to the amount of not exceeding street railways in said city, and providing for the

$3,000,000 for the purpose of acquiring and impurchase thereof by the said city or its licensee.

proving additional lands for park uses: Yes. Ward. Yes. No. / Ward. Yes. No.

60,728; no, 32,849. 1..... 3755 2386 16......

2724 3603

Proposition to issue park bonds of the town of 5424 2901 17.....

3420 3178

North Chicago to the amount of $500,000 for the 3001 18...

3433 2640

purpose of procuring and improving one or more 2854 3902

2582 3393

small parks: Yes, 16,229; no, 7,125. 2759 4235 20..

5956 4193

Proposition to annex the village of Morgan Park 9386 3940

6082
3799

to the city of Chicago: Yes, 171,961; no, 78,063. 9978 4920

3556 3013

(This proposition failed of effect, as the village 3624 3190 23...

4473 3367

of Morgan Park at an election held April 16 de. 2424 2066 24....

3749
3767

clared against annexation by a vote of 421 to 258.)
2168 2674
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ASSEMBLYMAN, 3D DISTRICT.
4359 5163 27...
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To fill vacancy.
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5621 5106 28...
5042 4467 | William Ostrom, Rep....

..... 10,293 14.... 4892 4136 29.....

2962
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NATIONAL POLITICAL COMMITTEES (1904-1908).

Michigan-Gerrit J. Diekema.....

Holland Minnesota-Conde Hamlin......

.St. Paul Mississippi-F. W. Collins....

....Jackson Missouri-T. K. Niedringhaus...

. St. Louis Montana-Lee Mantle.......

......Butte Nebraska-W. P. Warner...

...Lincoln Nevada-George T. Mills.......

Carson City | New Hampshire-J. H. Gallinger. .......Concord New Jersey-Frank 0. Briggs..

...Newark New York-William Barnes, Jr...... . New York North Carolina-Thomas S. Rollins .... Asheville North Dakota-L. B. Hanna...... .........Fargo Ohio-Charles Dick....

...... Akron Oklahoma-Charles Hunter..

..Guthrie Oregon-Frank C. Baker.......

.... Portland Pennsylvania-W. R. Andrews.. Philadelphia Rhode Island-F. E. Holden..

..Providence South Carolina-E. H. Deas....

.Darlington South Dakota-Frank Crane..

.. Pierre Tennessee-J. C. R. McCall...

..Nashville Texas-Cecil A. Lyon..........

... Sherman Utah-William Spry............

lt Lake City Vermont-Thad. M. Chapman

Middlebury Virginia–Park Agnew...

Alexandria Washington-E. B. Palmer.......

.....Seattle West Virginia-Elliott Northcott... ....Huntington Wisconsin-W. D. Connor.......

..Milwaukee Wyoming-J. A. Van Orsdel...... ..Cheyenne Alaska-John T. Spickett...........

.Juneau Arizona-W. F. Nichols.......

.....Phænix Indian Territory-Cyrus G. Kean... Wynnewood New Mexico-H. 0. Bursum.

Santa Fe Hawaii-Clarence L. Crabbe..

...Honolulu Porto Rico-M. F. Rossy.......... ...San Juan

REPUBLICAN Headquarters—1301 National Metropolitan Bank

building. Washington, D. C. Acting Chairman–Harry S. New, Indiana. Secretary-Elmer Dover, Ohio. Treasurer-Cornelius Bliss, New York. Sergeant-at-Arms-William F. Stone, Maryland. Executive Committee-Harry S. New, Indiana;

Frank 0. Lowden, Illinois; R. B. Schneider, Nebraska; David W. Mulvane, Kansas; George A. Knight, California; Elmer Dover, Ohio; Charles F. Brooker, Connecticut; N. B. Scott, West Virginia; Franklin Murphy, New Jersey; William

L. Ward, New York; C. N. Bliss, New York. Alabama-Charles H. Scott.............. Montgomery Arkansas-Powell Clayton............ Eureka Springs California-George A. Knight......... San Francisco Colorado-A. M. Stevenson....... ........... Denver Connecticut-Charles F. Brooker............ Ansonia Delaware-John E. Addicks.... .... Wilmington Florida-J. N. Coombs.....

. Apalachicola Georgia-Judson W. Lyons.

Augusta Idaho-W. B. Heyburn.....

........ Wallace Illinois-Frank 0. Lowden....

... Chicago Indiana-Harry S. New.......

.. Indianapolis Iowa-Ernest E. Hart......

Council Bluffs Kansas-David W. Mulvan?..

.Topeka Kentucky-John W. Yerkes... .......Danville Louisiana-Pearl Wight......... ....... New Orleans Maine-John F. Hill..

. Augusta Maryland-S. A. Williams..

..Belair Massachusetts-W. Murray Crane

....Dalton Michigan-John W. Blodgett.... rand Rapids Minnesota-Frank B. Kellogg.

.St. Paul Mississippi-L. B. Moseley...

...Jackson Missouri-Thomas J. Akins....

St. Louis Montana-John D. Waite.....

.Lewistown Nebraska-Charles H. Morrill.

...Lincoln Nevada-Patrick J. Flanigan..

...... Reno New Hampshire-F. S. Streeter

.Concord New Jersey-Franklin Murphy..

... Newark New York-William L. Ward...

Port Chester North Carolina-E, C. Dunca!..

..Raleigh North Dakota-Alex McKenzie...

.Bismarck OhioMyron T. Herrick..

.Cleveland Oregon-Charles H. Carey....... ....... Portland Pennsylvania-Boies Penrose...

Philadelphia Rhode Island-C. R. Brayton..... .Providence South Carolina-John G. Capers.......... Charleston South Dakota-J. M. Greene...........Chamberlain Tennessee-Walter P. Brownlow... .Jonesboro Texas-Cecil A. Lyon............

..Sherman Utah-C. E. Loose..................

...Provo Vermont-James W. Brock...

Montpelier Virginia-George E. Bowden....

....Norfolk Washington-Levi Ankeny....... .. Walla Walla West Virginia-N. B. Scott....

..Wheeling Wisconsin-J. W. Babcock......

...Necedah Wyoming-George E. Pexton....

. Evanston Alaska-John G. Heid.......

...Juneau Arizona-W. S. Sturgis......

... Phenix District of Columbia-R. Reyburn Washington Hawaii-A. G. M. Robertson.

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1. robertson..............Honolulu Indian Territory-P. L. Soper....

.... Vinita New Mexico-Solomon Luna......

Los Lunas Oklahoma-C. M. Cade........

.. Shawnee Philippine Islands-Henry B. McCoy........ Manila Porto Rico R. H. Todd........... ...... San Juan

CHAIRMEN STATE COMMITTEES (1907). Alabama-Joseph 0. Thompson..........Birmingham Arkansas-H. L. Remmel... ........ Little Rock California-George Stone......... ..... San Francisco Colorado-D. B. Fairley.......

.....Denver Connecticut-Michael Kenealy..

. Stamford Delaware-J. Frank Allee.

........Dover Florida-Henry S. Chubb.....

.Gainesville Georgia-W. H. Johnson.

..... Columbus Idaho J. H. Brady....

........... Boise Illinois-Roy 0. West..

.......Chicago Indiana–James P. Goodrich

Indianapolis Iowa-R. H. Spence........

.... Mount Ayr Kansas-W. R. Stubbs...... .......Lawrence Kentucky-Richard P. Ernst. .....Covington Louisiana-F. B. Williams.

....Patterson Maine-F. M. Simpson.........

...Bangor Maryland-John B. Hanna......

....Belair Massachusetts-Thomas Talbot...

....Boston

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DEMOCRATIC. Headquarters-New York, N. Y. Chairman-Thomas Taggart. Indiana. Vice-Chairman-De Lancey Nicoll, New York. Treasurer-August Belmont, New York. Secretary-Urey Woodson, Kentucky. Sergeant-at-Arms-John I. Martin. Executive Committee-William F. Sheehan, chairman; August Belmont, James Smith, Jr., James

M. Guffey, Thomas S. Martin, Timothy E. Ryan. Alabama-Henry D. Clayton................. Eufaula Arkansas- William H. Martin...... ... Hot Springs California-M. F. Tarpey.............. San Francisco Colorado-John L. Mullins......

......Denver Connecticut-Homer S. Cummings..... Stamford Delaware-Richard F. Kenney......

........Dover Florida Jefferson B. Browne...... ....Tallahassee Georgia-Clarke Howell....

........ Atlanta Idaho-Simon P. Donnelly.....

.Lake View Illinois-Roger C. Sullivan....

..Chicago Indiana-Thomas Taggart...

.Indianapolis Iowa-Martin J. Wade.......

..Iowa City Kansas-John H. Atwood..

... Leavenworth Kentucky-Urey Woodson.

.Owensboro Louisiana-N. C. Blanchard....

. Shreveport Maine-George E. Hughes..

........ Bath Maryland-J. F. C. 'Talbot......

..Lutherville Massachusetts-William A. Gaston........... Boston Michigan-Daniel J. Campau......

...Detroit Minnesota-T. T. Hudson......

.......Duluth Mississippi-C. H. Williams..... .Yazoo City Missouri-W. A. Rothwell....

..Moberly Montana-Charles W. Hoffman....

Bozeman Nebraska James C. Dahlman....... .......Omaha Nevada-John H. Dennis........... ......... Reno New Hampshire-True L. Norris.... ... Portsmouth New Jersey-William B. Gourley.

.Paterson New York-Norman E. Mack...... ....... Buffalo North Carolina-Josephus Daniels.. ... Raleigh North Dakota-H. D. Allert...... ...Langdon Ohio—Tom L, Johnson......

.Cleveland Oregon-Frederick V. Holman.....

.Portland Pennsylvania J. M. Guffey...... ..... Pittsburg Rhode Island-G. W. Greene...... Woonsocket South Carolina-B. R. Tillman.

..Trenton South Dakota-E. S. Johnson......

. Armour Tennessee-R. E. L. Mountcastle.........Knoxville Texas-R. M. Johnston.......... .......Houston Utah-D. H. Peery ...................Salt Lake City Vermont-Bradley B. Smalley... .....Burlington Virginia-J. Taylor Ellyson...... ......Richmond Washington-John Y, Terry......

....Seattle

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1802. Chicago. Cook Co. Grover Cleveland, Dem...... .....136,474 144,604 Benjamin Harrison, Rep..... ...... 100,849 111,254 James B. Weaver, Peo...............

1,506 1,614 John Bidwell, Pro...........

3,029 3,858

1896.
William McKinley, Rep.............200,747 221,823
William J. Bryan, Dem....... ......144,736 151,910
Joshua Levering, Pro................ 1,849 2,149
Charles E. Bentley, Nat.....

141

163 Charles H. Matchett, Soc. Lab..... 712 John M, Palmer, Gold Dem......... 2,300 2,600

1.00. William McKinley, Rep..... ........184,786 203,760 William J. Bryan, Dem..............177, 165 186,193

Chicago. Cook Co. John G. Woolley, Pro.....

3, 490 Wharton Barker, Peo........

. 185

211 Eugene V. Debs, Soc. Dem...... 6,553 6,752 Joseph P. Malloney, Soc. Lab... 410

434 Seth W. Ellis, Union Reform....

145

160 J. F. R, Leonard, United Chr...: 130

134 1904. Theodore Roosevelt, Rep....

208,689 229,878 Alton B. Parker, Dem......

103,762 Silas C. Swallow, Pro......

4,652 5,290 Eugene V. Debs, Soc....

. 45,929 47,743 C. H. Corregan, Soc. Lab..

2,556 2,660 Thomas E. Watson, Peo......

3,155 3,323 Austin Holcomb, Cont........

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COOK COUNTY VOTE FOR SHERIFF AND STATE'S ATTORNEY.
1898–FOR SHERIFF. Thos. J. Morgan, Soc. Dem. 6,227 | M. C. Harper, Pro........

Seymour Stedman, Soc..

1902–FOR SHERIFF. E. J. Magerstadt, Rep.....156,591

. 39,736

Henry Sale, Soc. Lab... ... 2,547 George Kersten, Dem......139,293 Daniel D. Healy, Rep...... 135.036

L. A, Shaw, Peo............ L. A. Shaw, Peo........... 2,255 | Thomas E. Barrett, Dem..141,822

1,468 G. W. Nance, Pro.......... 1,605 Joseph P. Tracy, Pro....... 4,840 1906–FOR SHERIFF. August Klenkie, Soc. Lab.. 2.692 Henry Sale, Soc. Lab...... 5,973

Christopher Strassheim, R.131.608 1900-FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.

James P. Larsen, Soc...... 13, 134
Thos. Donegan, Single Tax 908

Harry R. Gibbons, Dem... 93,836 Charles S. Deneen, Rep...205.709

S. A. Wilson, Pro.......... 1904-FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.

3,745 Julius Goldzier, Dem.......179, 696

James P. Larsen, Soc...... 26,055 Walter Hawk, Pro.......... 5,236 Jchn J. Healy, Rep........206,487 | Jas. J. Gray, Ind. League, 49, 296 C. H. Becker, Peo......

153 | George A. Trude, Dem ....132,811 | John Fitzpatrick, Prog. Al. 1,400

NOTABLE GIFTS AND BEQUESTS IN 1907.

Barney, Henry L., by will, to various Chicago | Lowry, Thomas, to Lombard Universalist college

charities, including the Visiting Nurse associa at Galesburg. Ill., $100,000. tion, The Daily News Fresh-Air Fund and several | Marburg. Charles L., heirs of, to Johns Hopkins hospitals and asylums, $100,000.

university, $150,000. Blount, Archibald Henry, of England, by will, to i Morris, Nelson, by will, to Chicago charities, $70,000. Yale university, $400,000.

Norton, Matthew G., to Winona (Minn.) hospital,

$50,000. Carnegie, Andrew, to Cambria county, Pennsyl

Oliver, Mrs. James B., to Yale university for vania, for insane asylum, $350,000; to Augustana

memorial building to her son, $150.000. college. $20.000; for additional libraries in New

Page, Mrs. Thomas Nelson, to Chicago Orchestral York, N. Y., $1,250,000; to the Pittsburg Carnegie

association, $50,000. institute, $6,000,000; to Yale university for swim

Pearsons, D. K., to German College of the Northming tank, $40,000; for Bureau of American Re

west, $10,000. publics building in Washington, D. C., $750,000.

Redpath, Mrs. Grace, by will, to McGill universiCarson, Robert N., by will, for a school for orphan

ty, Montreal, $150,000. girls, $5,000,000.

Rockefeller, John D., to general education comCreighton, John A.. by will to Creighton universi

mittee, $32,000,000 (see page 132): to University of ty. $500,000; to St. Joseph's hospital, Omaha, Chicago, $5,000,000; to city of Cleveland. for Neb., $200,000; to other charities, $155,000.

park, land and $2,000,000. Currier, Edward W., by will, to Amherst college, | Sage, Mrs. Russell, to Emma Willard seminary, $500,000.

$1,000,000; to Rensselaer Polytechnic institute, Deering, William, to Garrett Biblical institute, $1,000,000; to international committee of the Y. $90,000.

M. C. A., $250,000; to sailors' home, $150,000; for Durham, Milton, by will, to DePauw university, improving social and living conditions in the $50,000.

United States, $10.000.000 (see page 136). Ellsworth, E. S., by will, to Ellsworth college, Schmidlapp, J. G., to the cause of the young wom$250,000.

en of the United States, $250.000. Gibbs, Miss Emily O., by will, to Barnard college, Schwab, Charles M., to the University of Penn$750,000.

sylvania, $1,000,000. Hamma, Michael W., to Wittenberg college, Spring. Smith, James Henry, by will, to St. Luke's hosfield, O., $91.000.

pital, Chicago, $100,000; to Orthopedic hospital, Jeanes, Miss Anna T., to Booker T. Washington New York, N. Y., $100.000.

for schools for negro children, $1,000,000; by Straut. Mrs. Elizabeth A., by will, to Chicago will, to educational and charitable institutions, Old People's home and other charities, $500,000. $5,000.000.

| Unnamed, to Princeton university, $1,200,000.

REVOLT OF THE FRENCH WINE GROWERS.

- Dissatisfaction of the wine growers in southern | mier Clemenceau that unless their requests were France with the government for not legislating in complied with they would refuse to pay taxes. their behalf and restoring their industry to its This threat they carried into effect and on the former prosperity led to serious disorders in May 10th of June many of the mayors and city councils and June, 1907. Mass meetings attended by thou- resigned as a protest. Troups inally were rushed sands were held in the cities of Narbonne, Per into the disaffected districts, some arrests were pignan, Montpellier and Florensac, at which speak made and a few mobs dispersed. The leaders were ers demanded that measures be taken for suppress placed in prison, but only for a short time, as the ing the adulteration of wine in Paris and for oth uprising quickly subsided. Several laws intended erwise protecting them from unfair competition. to make the lot of the wine growers more tolerable Under the leadership of a wine grower named Mar-were passed subsequently by the chamber of depcellin Albert of Argelliers they sent word to Pre- | uties,

NATIONAL POLITICAL COMMITTEES (1904-1908).
REPUBLICAN.

Michigan-Gerrit J. Diekema......... .. Holland Headquarters—1301 National Metropolitan Bank

Minnesota-Conde Hamlin......

..St. Paul building. Washington, D. C.

Mississippi-F. W. Collins.......

...Jackson. Acting Chairman-Harry S. New, Indiana.

Missouri-T. K. Niedringhaus...

. St. Louis Secretary-Elmer Dover, Ohio.

Montana-Lee Mantle..........

.......Butte Treasurer-Cornelius Bliss, New York.

Nebraska-W. P. Warner..

... Lincoln Sergeant-at-Arms-William F. Stone, Maryland.

Nevada-George T. Mills....... ...Carson City Executive Committee-Harry S. New, Indiana:

New Hampshire-J. H. Gallinger

..Concord Frank 0. Lowden, Illinois; R. B. Schneider, Ne

New Jersey-Frank 0. Briggs........ ...Newark braska; David W. Mulvane, Kansas; George A.

New York-William Barnes, Jr..

New York Knight, California; Elmer Dover, Ohio; Charles

North Carolina-Thomas S. Rollins Asheville F. Brooker, Connecticut; N. B. Scott, West Vir

North Dakota-L. B. Hanna...

...Fargo ginia; Franklin Murphy, New Jersey; William

Ohio-Charles Dick...............

...Akron L. Ward, New York; C. N. Bliss, New York.

Oklahoma-Charles Hunter..

...Guthrie Oregon-Frank C. Baker.......

.. Portland Alabama-Charles H. Scott.............. Montgomery

Pennsylvania-W. R. Andrews.

Philadelphia Arkansas-Powell Clayton............ Eureka Springs

Rhode Island-F. E. Holden..... ..Providence California-George A. Knight......... San Francisco

South Carolina-E. H. Deas..

..Darlington Colorado-A. M. Stevenson....

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... Denver Connecticut-Charles F. Brooker............ Ansonia

........ Pierre South Dakota-Frank Crane.. Tennessee-J. C. R. McCall..

.Nashville Delaware-John E. Addicks...... ...... Wilmington Florida–J. N. Coombs........

Texas-Cecil A. Lyon..

..Sherman . Apalachicola

Utah-William Spry............. lt Lake City Georgia-Judson W. Lyons

. Augusta
Vermont-Thad. M. Chapman...

Middlebury Idaho-W. B. Heyburn.....

......Wallace Illinois-Frank 0. Lowden.

Alexandria ... Chicago

Virginia-Park Agnew.......... Indiana-Harry S. New.......

Washington-E. B. Palmer.

...Seattle Indiana polis

West Virginia-Elliott Northcott. Iowa-Ernest E. Hart.......

Huntington ...Council Bluffs Wisconsin-W. D. Connor......

..Milwaukee Kansas-David W. Mulvana.

..Topeka Kentucky-John W. Yerkes..

.Danyille
Wyoming-J. A. Van Orsdel..

.Cheyenne Alaska-John T. Spickett.......

ew Orleans Louisiana-Pearl Wight.........

..Juneau Arizona-W. F. Nichols........

..Phenix Maine-John F. Hill...........

.... Augusta

Indian Territory-Cyrus G. Kean Wynnewood Maryland-S. A. Williams.....

....Belair
New Mexico-H. 0. Bursum...

Santa Fe Massachusetts-W. Murray Cran ..Dalton

Honolulu Hawaii-Clarence L. Crabbe...

rand Rapids Michigan-John W. Blodgett..

Porto Rico-M. F. Rossy...

. San Juan Minnesota-Frank B. Kellogg. ....... St. Paul Mississippi-L. B. Moseley.....

....Jackson Missouri-Thomas J. Akins...

.St. Louis

DEMOCRATIC. Montana John D. Waite...

Lewistown

Headquarters-New York, N. Y. Nebraska-Charles H. Morrill..

....Lincoln

Chairman-Thomas Taggart, Indiana. Nevada-Patrick J. Flanigan...

...... Reno

Vice-Chairman-De Lancey Nicoll, New York. New Hampshire-F. S. Streeter.

.Concord

Treasurer-August Belmont, New York. New Jersey-Franklin Murphy....

... Newark

Secretary-Urey Woodson, Kentucky. New York – William L. Ward..

Port Chester

Sergeant-at-Arms—John I. Martin. North Carolina-E. C. Duncan...

....Raleigh

Executive Committee-William F. Sheehan, chairNorth Dakota-Alex McKenzie....

.Bismarck

man; August Belmont, James Smith, Jr., James Ohio-Myron T. Herrick.........

Cleveland

M. Guffey, Thomas S. Martin, Timothy E. Ryan. Oregon-Charles H. Carey....

.. Portland

Alabama-Henry D. Clayton.................Eufaula Pennsylvania-Boies Penrose...

Philadelphia

Arkansas-William H. Martin...........Hot Springs Rhode Island-C. R. Brayton............. Providence

California-M. F. Tarpey.............. San Francisco South Carolina John G. Capers. .. Charleston

Colorado-John L. Mullins........... .......Denver South Dakota-J. M. Greene.

.Chamberlain

Connecticut-Homer S. Cummings.... .. Stamford Tennessee-Walter P. Brownlow. ..Jonesboro

Delaware-Richard F. Kenney....... Texas-Cecil A, Lyon.............. ..Sherman

......Dover Florida-Jefferson B. Browne......

..Tallahassee l'tah-C. E. Loose..............

..... Provo

Georgia--Clarke Howell.... Vermont-James W. Brock...

.....Atlanta Montpelier Idaho-Simon P. Donnelly......

.Lake View Virginia-George E. Bowden.

... Norfolk

Illinois-Roger C. Sullivan.. Washington-Levi Ankeny...... Walla Walla

...Chicago Indiana-Thomas Taggart...

Indianapolis West Virginia-N. B. Scott...

..Wheeling
Iowa-Martin J. Wade.......

..... Iowa City Wisconsin-J. W. Babcock.....

...Necedah

Kansas-John H. Atwood...... ..Leavenworth Wyoming-George E. Pexton.... ..Evanston

Kentucky-Urey Woodson.......

.Owensboro Alaska-John G. Heid................. .....Juneau

Louisiana-N. C. Blanchard....

Shreveport Arizona-W. S. Sturgis.....

.... Phenix
Maine-George E. Hughes......

........ Bath District of Columbia-R. Reyburn..... . Washington

Maryland-J. F. C. 'Talbot......

.Lutherville Hawaii-A. G. M. Robertson.

.. Honolulu

Massachusetts-William A. Gaston........... Boston Indian Territory-P. L. Soper.....

.... Vinita

Michigan-Daniel J. Campau...... New Mexico-Solomon Luna............

..Detroit os Lunas

Minnesota-T. T. Hudson........ ......Duluth Oklahoma-C. M. Cade.........

...... Shawnee

Mississippi-C. H. Williams...... Philippine Islands-Henry B. McCoy........ Manila

Yazoo City

Missouri-W. A. Rothwell.. Porto Rico-R.

..Moberly H. Todd.................... San Juan

Montana-Charles W. Hoffman.... .Bozeman CHAIRMEN STATE COMMITTEES (1907).

Nebraska-James C. Dahlman.......

..Omaha Alabama-Joseph 0. Thompson..........Birmingham Nevada-John H. Dennis........... ........ Reno Arkansas-H. L. Remmel......

Little Rock New Hampshire-True L. Norris.. .Portsmouth California-George Stone.............. San Francisco New Jersey-William B. Gourley.... ..Paterson Colorado-D. B. Fairley....... ...Denver New York-Norman E. Mack......

...Buffalo Connecticut-Michael Kenealy..

.Stamford North Carolina--Josephus Daniels.. ....... Raleigh Delaware-J. Frank Allee.. .....Dover North Dakota-H. D. Allert......

..Langdon Florida-Henry S. Chubb... Gainesville Ohio-Tom L. Johnson.......

.Cleveland Georgia-W. H. Johnson....... .Columbus Oregon-Frederick V. Holman..

.Portland Idaho J. H. Brady.........

....... Boise Pennsylvania–J. M. Guffey....... .... Pittsburg Illinois-Roy O. West......

.... Chicago Rhode Island-G. W. Greene..... Woonsocket Indiana-James P. Goodrich

.... Indianapolis South Carolina-B. R. Tillman..... .......Trenton Iowa-R. H. Spence....

Mount Ayr South Dakota-E. S. Johnson...... ......Armour Kansas-W. R. Stubbs.......

Lawrence Tennessee-R. E. L. Mountcastle.........Knoxville Kentucky-Richard P. Ernst. Covington Texas-R. M. Johnston........

......Houston Louisiana-F. B. Williams....

Patterson Utah-D. H. Peery ...................Salt Lake City Maine-F. M. Simpson...........

.Bangor Vermont-Bradley B. Smalley.. .....Burlington Maryland-John B. Hanna......

.... Belair | Virginia-J. Taylor Ellyson..... ......Richmond Massachusetts-Thomas Talbot..... ....Boston Washington-John Y. Terry...... .........Seattle

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