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BETTING FAVORS WILSON AND SULZER;
ODDS NOW 5 TO 1 ON HEAD OF TICKET
WtaATMBIlraif lu-iiltlil Mil In.
EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
BIG BATTLE GOES ON 1
AS TURMPPBt
European Nations Cannot Act on
Armistice, and Balkan Allies Say
Sultan Must Go to Them Con
stantinople Is in a Panic.
VIENNA, Nov. 4. Terrilic lighting between Turks and Bulgarians
was in progress outride Constantinople to-day, and rioting had broken
ont in the city itself, according to reports current here to-day. The 13 1
garians, it was said, were attempting to take the Chatalja fortifications
by storm. One rumor had it that they had succeeded and were driving
the Turks into Constantinople itself.
The riots inside the city were said to have followed an attempt by
the starving people to seize the food, the Government having com
mandeered nearly the whole supply in the city for several days to feed
he troops. The garrison, weakened by the drafting of nlneteen-twen-tieths
of its strength for service at the front, was in imminent danger of
heing overcome by the mob, it was said. Grave fears were expressed
that the outbreak is only the beginning of a carnival of violence which
will end in a wholesale massacre and sack of the city.
SOFIA. Nov. 4. -The nulRarlans were
pushlnr operation) io-diiy lUMI tn
last line of Constantlnoi'la's defunscH.
rhlch OMM the Turkish southeaster" I
:cnlnula frum Kar.i
Burun
Ulark !fa thrcniiTIi I'h.itulja tn Silivrl
on the Sea of Marmors. Cotlftantt
nople a rapture wis looked for before
the Turks imve time t, reorganise llieir
ioree. The Turkish capital' out t
suburbs ate dlrsetljr behind tin t hat-
alia fortllli'i'tionj. Ti e capital if-eu i
.llstant fr..m the ohein of fortl
1 i
than thirty mllea.
TURKEY ASKS FOFl ARMiSTICF
THROUGH THE POWERS.
CONSTANTIN' 'I'l.K. !OV. 4 T 0
Porte to-dav .irmnlly aslie 1 tti
t'KC
. t ...... i,..-,. to oneri nsffollstl
, l III 1 .-
- ,h the Haitian allies Cof an a
111'
The French amluirsa lor. as ipoktiman
for tha diplomatic corps, rspllsd that
this was InipoialWe, hut said f..o pow. :-j j
would communicate with the Mllse II
tha Porte would put lis .oinmunlcatloi'
in the form of d.MrrlU pea. proposals.
Tha Tertisli OoTernmsnt than mens
a dlraot appeal to tn. powsrs throufh
tha Turkish Asobaseaaor at no""" -
tha earns rsylj wn rswasa.
Nakn l'aalia. UM Turkish
.irJnlilef. Is "till conlWent
Com
ot his
Ttlltv to 11011 th
TWiulJa
AMeJ hy th Turtclsh flt 1t Is point
ad out that 4he OPtonvsm army -will
doubtless reals to the last in erdln:
tha gateway Constantinople. nlle
tha fate of wiar has neon unfavorable
to the Turkish arma on the plains of
Thrace. 1t Is argued that the Turkish
ostlers cannot roproach themselves
tthat tha result was due to failure on
their part to uphold thlr military tra
ditions of valor and determination.
The Turk!. It Is mJ4, were defeated
not because the Hul--arlan la a better
or a braver nun, but beeausu ho Is
more sc!ent!fln!!y trained and better
armed, especially In the matter of ar
tillery Tie oeenaltlen were anonnous. Of
Oelal aooross admit that 13,000 wound-
wara laft on tae battlaUald.
LONDON, Nov. . Tlie Turkish Am
I igeader here has been directed by th
into r.an tloverniiient to Ir.fj.Mi iln-it
ui'.tan of Turkey' rtUiBinsjsi tu "-
ctiVf asflstance ;n biltirmit abjiil a
sUaPtnaien of hpstlllUse ltk a vlu' f
Uttr.nl at a pesc- au. '.lenient.
TewHk Pkihii Immediately n reeev
; a t
,.nn,miinicaii.ll fr ni I on:-. .ill. i-
to the I artisti unu-e
and
.nle went
jnlir
i. i ilif.
The
id with Sir !.! aru .)
Ko e.gn Minister, for two hou:.
B.ibn natlanj ami Orsscs are
ptras.tni tkeu1 deierminniion msi
Turkey must arrange dir ectly With the n
the terms of peu.ee without the Interven-
lor. of the European Powers. This nt-
,. nmh.i.ll.ell 111 11 sl.llcmem II. .in
olfl "lal I Oil rOSg which siys:
"The Turklali proposal of peace Is sat
isfactory in so far as It shuns iteslru
to prevent further bloodshed.
"As regards foreign Intervention, how
ever, there rectus 10 ne a crmn. n ,i i,i,
Balkan Htutes listening tn nny foreign
counsels while treating for tho vrui'
sasnt of condition of peace. These must
.,1,1, , mrarr,
J ' Circulation Books Open to All"
( .unrlrl.l. till a. hT
Co. IThi .sw
TOFF
a
II
Capture of Town Stops Com
munication With Sultan's
Army in Macedonia.
VOX DOX. Nov. 1 The Turk,,,, army
oeoupytm th,. nn from Tohorlu to in.
tran lia w,, rspulssd to-dv by the Bui
Sarln on UM eaater flank, h.-,h-Un to
a ntWSVSnoy despatch from tofl ,
HoriA. n,.v. a.-J3Ugartan tropps have
now ..-..up.,., Buk, on th.
Ooaatkntlnopto Railroad, ami this with
tho poaseaslon of NVvrokof, finally outs
eo-rrun-unlentlon between tie Turkls',
army m M.u-edonla and Uw TuikI1i
garrison of Adrlanople. The Turklah
troops on Saturday attacked the Bul
garian left flink at BunarMatiar, but the
Bulgarians rnpulaad the attack, putting
the Turks to flight and capturing five
of their officers and 1,300 men In addition
to a quiok-Aringj bettsry,
The arKiil captursd by th Bulgarim
tifKvps at Lul, Bursas IncludeJ ovuo-i
1 of clotlilns, arms and s:urs, fifteen
' '" ' i nint ar.u ISISffffapnlt
I lastriMnsnu .
Prisoner! taken by tha ItiilfirltM iy
that a Pruse) it- ottcer newed Ven Weit.
iwlio held tlie rank of colonel In the
Turkish a. my. was killed by his ONfiJ
men efttr ih dues rom defeat at ImIs
i js. The prisoner gay they aantl
Into action , 14 . i. -.u.-d COndltlafl. I
Tlie niuti l'..d o:ilv r-ne ,:o "Ult or half 1'
I If if or '. id for thll 1 : (our da r 1.1 I
many of th' m deserted to the rti I
! garlem
LATEST PROPOSAL
MADE BY POWERS,
leOXnON, N'f.v. 4.-T'
to the p wi re tnede
fremler, Ueymond r
: iteel proposal
ic tie Kreno.i
ere, is as teU
townt
. Klrnt It, Munition by tlie powers of
IpolKlcal end ednUn stratlvs ia igee in
the territory oooupled by the troopn t
, li in
I iecond Uetentloii of tlie Sultan's sov
leivlKnty at l oneUnttnopte and the re
I si.ti and the itpltl.
i TblrdThs siwn.'nonlni of n BuropeM
I eonferenes in wh
! aher perttotpets
h tfhs Be4ken netloni
,
I v lleliiiian PI It I Irnri, Penalun.
' WHlNUFIBUDi Mass., Nov. 4.-Jan.ss
Waters, for fifty years a switchman an
the Boston and Albany Railroad, hag
TURKS CO
Br BULGARIANS
AT AORIANOPLE
The Trtw rnbllshlu
lark World I.
NEW
KtNG OF BULGARIA,
WORLD WAR FIGURE;
HIS FIGHTING CHIEF.
KING FERDINAND OF BULGARIA.
cnrc
3 o e HA.'.r
on
mm
JOIN IN THE REFUSAL
TO WED E. R. Tl
His Search With Miss Finley
Fails in Boston, Newport
and Providence.
BOSTON, Nov. 1. The quest of K. R.
Thomas for a clergyman to marry him
and Miss Klixabeth A. Finley, the New
York artist, with whom tha former
multl-mlllttinaire banker and race track
man came to Boston, has sc. far been
in vain, according to statements mail
it the II del Tounlni to-day tVhet ler
they will . inlitiUS their stia.'.h herj w.is
not t ilea
Thomas and hie bride to hs camu to
Sew Cnflend to trod, an under tho .'ew
Vork SWS human cannot remarry :n
thai :ate.
a report
lervymen
tbs knot, i
Kins! nrtiiii
from Newport, where the
'reads ' had ret.ised to tlo
..red that Co!, Frank P.
y ufllcer and leputy Ibef
If) of Newport) had reiumed to hi
tiome, as his stsaren for a minister In
Provliienee bad been unenocesBtUl, t
was st.tlea tie could not prevail even
ot, the protesiioti.it "nuttrylug parsjns"
to ofliciate
Mr Tim nas has olready taken out ills
"lntsntlonS-tOWei" at Newport, and .e
had planned to bo marrlej at Land's
lir.il, tlie Newport eaiato of Mrs. T. H.
UvinfSton lleeckman, his sister. On their
trip to Boston Th iaiaa and M, Finley
were accompanied by the latter's mother,
Mrs. Henry Finley.
FOR RACING SEE PAGE 9.
"TIIK COMIVa F TIIK I..IW,"
by C. A. BflUtr, author o( "Tilt- Two
Uun Man," n romance of the big West,
will in, -it, In the Uveiilng World
'1?
Hakl aj
1
Uurtdny, No. 7. rf
YORK, MONDAY,
ROOSEVELT FIRES
AT "ABE" GRUBER
IN FINALVOLLEY
Accuses Him of Advising
Doubting Republcans to
Vote for Wilson.
ATTACKS ALL BOSSFS.
Charges There Is a Combine
in Both the Old Parties
to Beat Him.
OYSTER BAY. Nov. f-ln a state
rent issued he e to-day Theodore il.iose
velt charged that Republican leaders
were advising t.lelr followers te vols
for Wonarow Wilson If they did not (eel
that they could support Pras.dsnt Taft.
The great concern of the "boaeas," tha
Colonel ukl, was to beat .the I'mgres
s ve party. The Ootonel's ststetnent foU
i lows:
j "Several censlernen havj told pse that
I certain of the leaser bosswa who ere
I Mr. Barnss'e ksacesnen str, Abe Ore
! bar, tor Instance &a fa raeentiy bees)
publicly advlalng thalr hearers to vote
tha Democrats ticket U thejr ""VMM
ike vot Hi toe Kpubttcn ticket. 'Je
I Interesting, aa a frash proof of how
loss and inthnata Ike sjusnea la be
waen tha machines. If th ay oan enlp
eat the PrsgTusatvea.
"Mr. Oruber'a attitude merely tllue
tratea what had already been shown
by the conduct of Messrs Penrose.
Llarnaa and Crane and the other Re
publican bosaae In Now Jersey. 1111-
' nols and Indiana precisely aa In Kan
,aa, California and Oregon that they
had not the allghteat expectation of
ivlnnlng this election, and that their
one purpose of directly or Indirectly to
j aid the Democrats tn order that the
lrogrcs.lv may bu beaten.
"The rtnanclera and boaaea of this type
re really non-partisan In thstlr feeling.
The nun mentioned an ncnilnally Ke
pvitlleaii in their reelings, Lilt they know
they can always make terms with the
Correspond Ini bosses In the Democratic
party If they caiwut keep their own
party undor their own control and at
the same time In control of the nation,
then tbe next beat thing fro.n tholr
standpoint la to put the Democratic
bosses In cogjlrol of tlis nation.
"When the Abe Orubera, without re
gard to party, are both ready and
eager to aupport either of the old par
ties In order to bsat tha Progressiva
movement, then It Is surely time tor ail
hors-et and decant cltlsens, without re
gard p their past political affiliations,
to support the Progreash party.
"Tlrta la In do ordinary sense of the
word a mere partisan movement. It Is
a movement for honesty and decency
and for tMr play In the world of In
dustry no leas than tn the world of pol
itics, and we have the rtrht to appeal
to all good cltlsens to support It"
BUTTER AND CHEESE
IN DANGER OF ARREST.
Policeman Gets Warrant for Food
Stufls Instead of their
Owner.
Policeman Dillon of the East One
Hundred and Twenty-ttwth street sta
tion appeirtd before Magistrate Corrl
gan in Harlem Court to-day and asked
for a wurrant for "l.atlrlnt Freechl."
Doyle ssil he had caught tne man sell-
I Ing milk
I noon In
ggs and cheeae Sunday after
rtnre at No 1D1 I'lral avenue
nd had served him lth a summons,
wnlch had neen Ignored An Italian
scholar who waa present In ojurt began
to snicker.
"WbSt'l the matter?" asked the Mag
Istrnte ' Nothing, sxcept that he wants a
warrant for Fiesh Milk ProdUetsV whis
pered the Interrupter.
"Where did you get this man's name?"
asksd the Magistrate. "Are you sure
it Is the min i right nameT"
"Hure I am." persisted Dillon. "HMn'1
I get tl,. name on his window? IMdn't
he aauwer to It."
"All rla-ht." Aid the .Magistrate, "I'll
give you the warrant.
"He'll probably come I with a
pound of butter and a cheese." observed
the Court, as PHlon hurried out.
Up to it lata hour tl.e polliemar had
not -eturned with the canny Italian
who ha1 cheerfully Ignored a summons
addressed to We maronesvdlee
NOVEMBER 4, 1912. 22 PAGES
Witeon Backers Offer to Bet 5tol;
Roosevelt Is 1 to 5 in the Market.
TollowlBf ars the odds that raided the closing betting of the campaign
la Well street this afternoon i
Wilson, S to 1. Mat. sr. 1-0 to 1.
Bonssvslt 1 to S. nHrane, 1 to 3.
Taft, 1 to S. Hedges, 1 to 4.
sen mossy that nlaer will hare a plurality of SO 000. Two to 1 that
BooeereU will not carry eight tales. Inn money that Taft will beat
Beeeevelt la electoral votes. Bean money that Booaevelt will beet Taft tn
the popular vote.
'DEARIE.' SIGHED BENNY,
AND GIRL'S FISTS SAID:
I'
Miss Rosen Had Long Prepared
for Encounter With Men
Who Annoyed Her.
Oh, Psnny, never never agnln!
Little Benny K&hn, who lives at No.
till Bleenker street, IVIIllamsburg, ami
Who la known among bis friends as a
"natty dresser " and a "reg'lar feller
with the girls. waa arranging his neat
purple bntwlng tie before tho mirror In
g drug gtors window on Whtpplo atrset
near U o'clock last night when an un
escorted girl happened along. She paused
(gat at Uenny s corner, evidently to wait
feyefgr.,
Me. WSJ trim end eh was chic. Under
she Jteltow glare from the drug stors
glob of "a ruber H'qull she looked de
cidedly alluring. Henry geve e ttnal pet
to his purple bat wing, danced to the slas
of the charmer and murmured In ha
softest and most winning baritone trem
olo: "Dearie."
Wham!
Something struck Bsnny lust under tho
laft ear
Zing!
Benny's teeth raatanetted together
under the Impulse of a bard Jolt under
the Jaw which had about twenty mule
power behind It.
Whop'
A very hard, though quite rlalnty.
flat chugged against Benny's right eye,
and Instantly that organ looked like a
slotted oranse In a crate.
Thence on for about three minutes
Benny Kahn waa sulentincally trimmed
A crowd rapidly gathered and Sheered
the chic little, dainty little person who
was putting the urtlstlc touches on
Benny. Oocaalonally one of thu on
lookers could not rosst thn opportunity
to hang one on a prominent part of
Benny's anatomy. When lJollceman
hfooney of the Clymer street station
rescued Benny he was the handsomest
colored ehiomo ever given away with a
pound of tea.
And the fair one who whs responsible
for It ell end who appeared In the Man-
hattan Avenue Court this morning to
press the charge ot "mashing" against
Benny was Miss Sophie Hosen, who is
under twenty and whose Isome Is at No.
IK South Fourth street Miss Hosen
once took lessons to prepare hersair
against Just suoh a contingency as thut
of last night.
SULZER GETS A JOLT
IN RAILROAD CRASH.
Special Going at Forty Miles an
Hour Runs Into Hand
Car.
William Sulser, the Iiemocratlp can
didate for OoVSfnor, was In a train
wreiik out un I-ong Iaiajil to-day. It
wasn't muoti of a wreck, but the candi
date and Ml P"ty were Jarred con
aldrrably when 'he special train on
which they wre travelling at forty
miles an hu ir struck a handcar loal u
with railroad ties.
Pieces of the cur ami sections of 1tw
ties went Wh 1 1 Stn ny the windows of
the roaiOhca The onglneer made, nn
emergen, y slop whloli threw all the
rtassenipera from thel, seats and ull
hands piled off to look over trie dumace.
Although the locomotive was DsVdhr bat
tered forward the steam making capac
ity was not Impair ed and the special
proceeded after a delay of fifteen min
utes CRUISER BALTIMORE
MAKES PORT FOR REPAIRS.
NOUFOLK, Nov. V-Trve orulser Ualt:
more, frown Philadelphia to San Do
m.ngo, slowly untried HgJnptOfl lUlsdr
early to-day a-ud went ic the Norfolk
Navy Yard for repairs, Whlotl win taki
abuut three days. The cause and e
tent of the damage to the cruiser Is not
tubliotr know.
" Circulation Books Open to
GRAND JURY DECLARES
ARHIYFAIK
After Thorough Investigation
Finds No Truth Whatever in
Abraham ft. Straus Rumors.
In ItS presentment, handed In to 'lie
Klnra County Supreme Court to-lay,
tho Grand Jury in Brooklyn dednltely
sets at rest the widespread rumor that
a young girl had lieen mudered In the
store of Abraham & .Straus on Fulton
street, Brooklyn, arul her body found
Jammed tnto a rlolhee locker. 1'or two
months this wild tale has spread and
gained credence rarely accorded to un
founded reports In this city; there was
not a sec ilon of Ureal er New York to
which the canui'd bad not spread by
word of mouth and there was not a
newspaper that had not investigated the
story thoroughly.
Ths Urand Jury, after reviewing the
details of the mystery as It has been
tol.i. dettnitsly squelchae ths yarn In
these words:
"We have examined every witness and
record In an endeavor to ascertain
whether or nut there wa any truth in
the charge made. We also had every
rumor that cams to out attention fully
and Uiorougi.ly lnvestlK,i:td. Kvery
petson alleged to tuivo known anything
ahoul the matter wua iniervicwi,! and
every address furnished .m a Biggs
wbere infoimatlon could he obtained
was vlatted.
' No one nss been found who knows
inyihlna whatevrr ati'.ui the chatgea
whatever about the
and no proor lias neen g:ven and in,
. UernsM uuviie which shows thai there
In any truth Whatever III the charges
luvf.stlgated On tbs BOS rary , our ,.n
l re InveetsWStton Into th' matter has
"S,," n thai Is no trot'- whatever
In ths ehgrgss and that the rumors
and reports thereof me absolutes
irrcuniUcas."
LAW SUIT FOLLOWS CLARK'S
$740,000 ART PURCHASE.
LONDON. Nov. 4 The sale in ex
H'nafor William A. Clerk of Montana
of u collection of old mggtsm for 1740.
DOii by Sir fjeorgl rteishldeilll la the nub
Jecl of a ault which bOgsMi i .-duj In
Iho Irfvrd '.Mttt Juetlrn'a Cosjrl here.
Alfr.nl (l. Temple, the well-known ex
pert and dlrnntor of the Art nailery of
the t'orporatlou of London, la suing
sir Oeorge 1'onaldaon for tioo.oon coni
mlsnlon on the sale.
Mr. Temple to-day, thrrsuch nls rvnin
Sell argued that owtng to his frlendahlp
lor the late Edwin A. Abbey, the Ameri
can painter, he wee able to Introduce
Mr. Clark to Hlr Oeorge Donaldson. A
flrM Mr Clark bousrht pictures of the
vaJ-ue of only 170,X. and Mr. Temple
receive" nts xmmimion on thew trans
action Ljater on, however Mr Clark
pnr'-hased ths hsJaslOg of ihr collection
h ii"l Mr Temple Is now suinl for th,
n n sn on or, (hit. The late Kdwln
Abbey, It woe explained, refused to ae.
rispl I cornirnlH)i'ri and won; I not allow
Sir Oeorge Donaldson to give h'i wife
m i,-it nt '
I A Irtter was read from Sir Qoorgl
PonaldSOn to Mr Temple complaining
that the latter wis actlnK too quloki)
Tn It Mr Oeorge rays:
I "Walt until your hare 1s on thr field
Then start the "les. Oh, von 'nn osnl
lamb' Kopp nf i ;! lion I street bar
his measure and Is trying to get him t(j
nin'te an rTer I'or a BOttrell bU I "'
I tletpets failure, pad if yejur let tare bet
' gone at ii -. Inopportune 'ii 'tnent th,
I'li.tn,' ha.' ben given ti i Rsmesnbet
!the blase buyer onty Wiuts to luiv wluu
I trie holder of fine things don'l ivani l
axil. Put a pinch Of that I Sell , 'i foul
bird's le.ll "
The -.a,, was idjruirnr'l.
BOY SETS SCHOOL AFIRE.
I'll i In tht rfrfm pnur nt PtlMlfl
Bchool No- 61, hi o. Wmt Forty
four tti trHt. ti-iirt, lonut isilschltvoui
hoy ptM ft rO "' ruh.lnh in tn corrii'i
of h 'ljitririn on the f'nirtli flour ami
it fir to I. Tin' fist fn i i'l ;,iiit-i
I thi w! w rk of tho ftlAMfOOin dOOf tt
I tha itm Mum 'ff y, a tMihPi ti'
( 00Wd thim.
i t aiunn wmt turn-l In urnl by thi
I Mm It- flr-jni-n nrn . I a portion of
ill room wua bfftfft M Wh MCtagAf)
l in rip out a dOOV tOBF off nietur u
'tho Wiilaseattng botoft tbtftft x-
MgWUtoeMd. Tli?p wtTtj uu clUWrin lu
, (be s.iwo) at tbe ttois.
umim K-i ir
IFIMAIJ
I EDITION I
All"
BETTORS MAKE SULZER
FAVORITE AT 2! T0 1
IN THE STATE ELECTION
One Wager Made This Afternoon
That the Democratic Nominee
for Governor of New York Will
Have a Plurality of 50,000.
$2,000 TO $1,000 THAT T. R.
WON T CARRY 8 STATES.
Betting on the Whole Lighter This
Year Than In Any Recent Cam
paign; Only $150,000 Put Up.
The most remarkable political campaign in this generation cam to
a close this evening wall each of three political parties dawning victory
in the United States and each of the three parties making unqualified
claims f victory in the Stale of New York. The candidates. Presi
dential and Gubernatorial, were busy campaigning to the last minute.
Gov. Wilson winds up his campaign to-night in Passaic and Pater
son. Col. Roosevelt finishers with talks at Oyster Bay and Mineoh.
President Taft has been talking all day in his trip across Ohio to Gndn
nati, where he will vote to-morrow.
William Sulzer, Democrat, Oscar Straus, Progressive, and Job E
Hedges, Republican, will speak far into the night at various places rr.
New York County. Mr. Sulzer spent the day on Long Island. Both
Sulzer and Straus will conclude their campaigns on the east side, where
thev are strong with the people.
CLAIMS EVERY STATE FOR WILSON.
The forecasts of tlie result given to The Evening Work! on Satur
day by the managers ot the various candidates remain unchanged. Will
iam P. McCoombs, chairman of the Democratic National Committee,
iyj Wilson will carry every State; Charles D. Hilles, chairman of the
Republican Nuiion.il Committee, says
Joseph M. DUon, chairman ot the Progressive National (Committee, pre
dicts a Roosevelt landslide.
The lietting on an election is supposed to forecast to some extent
the result. Here are the closing odds in Wall street at the windup of
business this afternoon:
Wilson, 5 to 1; Roosevelt, 1 to 5; Taft, 1 to 6.
Sulzer. 2'2 to 1 ; Straus, 1 to 3; Hedges, 1 to 4.
The professional stakeholders have only about $150,000 in wagers
on the National election, as against about $600,000 four years ago. The
odds demanded by those willing to bet against Wilson are about prohibi
tive, having steadily ascended from 2 to 1 to 5 to 1.
SOME OF TO-DAY'S WAGERS.
A bet was recorded this afternoon of $500 even that Sulzer would
have a plurality of 50,000. A smilar bet at even money was made that
Straus will beat Hedges. A bet of $2,000 to $1,000 that Roosevelt will
not carry eight States, one of $ 1,000 even that Taft would beat Roosevelt
.tnd one ot $1,000 even that Roosevelt would poll a larger popular vote
than Taft show how bettors are getting around the main issue.
Tlie local Democracy will wind up the campaign to-niglit in the most
spectacular parade a campaign has
Prom 7 o'clock until midnight the
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FOK ELECTION RESULTS TUESDAY NIGHT
WHITE LIGHT Wilson Wins
RED and WHITE LIGHT Roosevelt Wins
RED LIGHT Taft Wins
WHITE FLASH Sulxer Wins
RED and WHITE FLASH Straus Wins
RED FLASH Hedges Wins
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Taft will be re-elected and Senate.
furnished since the gold parade in 1896.
Democrats will have complete control
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