Leffingwell was born on November 16, 1868 in Whitewater, Wisconsin. He married his wife Ida May Erdman on December 24, 1890 and they moved to Benton County, Minnesota. In his early years Leffingwell traded horses and cut granite. Leffingwell joined the Benton County police force and became deputy Sheriff in 1898. In 1900 he ran in a 3 way election for the position of Sheriff as the Democrat candidate. He won the hotly contested race by 119 votes to become Benton County's new Sheriff defeating incumbent Democrat Sheriff Andrew LaVoie. While he was Sheriff Leffingwell got into the Hotel business he owned his first Hotel The Hotel Foley in Foley, Minnesota from 1902 to 1906. In November 1906 Leffingwell and his wife moved to Brunton, Alberta Canada known today as Warner, Alberta to take part in the great land rush.
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