LATEST RETURNS: WILSON, 415 ELECTORS;
ROOSEVELT, 104; TAFT, 15; KANSAS CLOSE
VYKATHER-Ueln probable to-slcbt and Thin4ir.
MUMN urohahtr -...l. ... II..
PRICE ONE CENT.
WILSON GETS 199,876
AND SULZER 203,967
PLURAUTY IN STATE
Senate Will Have 33 Democrats and
18 Republicans, Assembly 107
Democrats, 39 Republicans
and 4 Progressives.
Woodrow Wilson for President by a plurality of 200,000 in New
York State and William Sulzer for f iovernor by about the same plurality
was the story of latest election returns received up to 4 .o'clock this after
noon. Many districts are still missing and the final returns are coming in
The total Presidential vote received so far is Wilson 638,851; Taft
438,975 and Roosevelt 378,434.
The latest figures show that the State Senate will be composed of
33 Democrats and 18 Republicans,
up of 107 Democrats, 39 Republicans
The returns show 31 Democratic
elected In the St;ite.
The total Gubernatorial vote was:
Complete r turns frMIl tjfestsr ttfW
York si w 'In- rollitwlm vote fur tits
PrwaMcnllal iniJUUtS': Wilson, 11;.-
628; Taft, lt7.lK: It. -..-It. lss.vlrt.
Following 'iv- the ilgutfK r.ir th
Greater City n ' OubWMUWfcM "on
test: Sulri'i 1 1' ino.rat! C), VS. 741.
11 edges (Republic!)), IU.8M; Stmus
(Progressive). i:t3..; J.
These tlgul i -Low ;i plurality for W11
on In Ill-cult r New York of US, HI, md
for Sulzer, 110,188,
In the last Session the Oeni.irrats hail
a majority of lht In (ha Senate and
tot Rapubllr ans h il a majority of flfty
Ihree In the Asa.-mltv.
In all Um New York counties where
Straus, the Progressiva ogndMlsta. has
run ecoinl to Sulzer the Progressives
W1U have control of the election ma
chinery over the Repihllfans heslnnln
with next year's municipal elections mrt
lasting throuijli the 'lubernatoHal elec
tion In Mil. At the latter election also
mitt h. ,., n the Legislature lll.lt li
to elect a III no stir to United Ki.ne j
Throughout the State there were a-
tonlshLng reversals of vote In counties
that for yearn had given hl Itepuli-l
ROOSEVELT GOT DEMOCRATIC i
In New York City the combined vote;
f Roosevelt aud fait approximates
that of Wilson, indicating that Hoose-
Mt VOt many Democratic votes. In
8808 Taft'e plurality In the city was lo.
838 over Bryan.
In 1810 Ola's plurality tn the city was
106.24J. In U08 t han'. or carried the ' 'V
by a plurality of 58,904.
In the city the county ticket, the Judi
ciary Ucket, the Congressional an 1
Legislative Uckets trailed close Hsnf
with the Presidential and Gubernatorial.
New York County will aend to Wash
ing" to support I'realdent Wilson a
M Democratic delegation of Congress
men. In Kings County Calder apparent- I
ly la the ouly Congresa:nan to save his
seat, former Comptroller Herman Met I
la one of tha wr nine Uemocratlu Con
gressmen. Latbrop Brown, uemocrai, nas a
trong lead uver llourke Cockran, Bull
Mooser, for Congress In Col. Hoosevelt'e
dlslilol. the First.
Donelly and Whlttaker, Democratic
Supreme Court nominees In Manhattan,
each polled mote votes than the Rspuu-
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
IT COST $1,000,000
TO ELECT WILSON.
PRINOHTON". N. J., Nov. 6. "It cost
about a million dollars," said Chairman
atoComibe of the Democratic National
Committee here Uils afternoon, referring
to the campaign.
OdioComib hiul hsMeMM wlt1 Wilson.
Se staid he would trpend a fow days tn
w York cloning up the affaire of the
committee, and Uien would go away for
ratKE ' nil. -iiiijrhn.
Thsrs will bs a coupon printed In nest
today's World good for u "No Soap Bub
bler," a new devlrt whlh makes tsrgs.
gisfeseJnjr soap bubbles without the use
oil seensuda Just the thing for a ehtl-
s's verty. Free for tha uoiuiou lu nsxi
4mt wwii. '
Cwrt& ?fV:HrSTu,,,u NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6,
while the new Assembly will be made
and 4 Progressives.
and 12 Republican Congressmen
Sulzer, 607,411; Hedges, 403,444;
TAFT TO PRACTICE
IS NOT DEPRESSED
Defeated Republican Candidate
Jokes With Friends Who
CINCINNATI, O. Nov. 8-President
Taft arose at S o'clock this morning, in
better spit-Its than OOUM be looked for
ID a man Just defeated aa a candidate
tor the h.ghest offle In the nation. He
showed no sign M depression and god
nature.lly joked with friends who called
One of these was Klre Marshal '"pie
man, who said he regretted the Presi
dent's defeat, but was glad his retire
ment would enable him to return to
live among his fellow townsmen.
"I am going to be glad to be back
among yc-u," laughed the President,
who will re-enter the practice of law
in Cincinnati at the end of hta term.
The President and his party will
leave at S P. M. for Waahlngton.
According to a friend who was with
him when he was receiving the election
returns at the home of his brother,
Charles' P. Taft, the President main
tained his good humor and broad smile
even when It became apparent Wilson
was i'.ng to sweep the uiuntry.
"We've got to find some comfort In
this," the President Is reported to have
suid. "I'll I very glad to ride down
Pennsylvania avenue with Uov. Wilson.
It wouldn't have been so easy If things
had been different, but I would have
taken the ride Just the same."
HE'S SOT NUTT, SIT!
WILLIE IS SOTT. WOT
Willie Nutt, the English actor mho
was detained on Bills Island a week
ato on the grounde that he might be
come a public charge through his weak
mentality, waa released to day on an
order of Secretary of Commerce and
Labor Nagle. By the Secretary's or
der he v 1.1 be allowed to remain In
this country U months under bond.
Willie KUbt protested to-day to the
reporter that of all the bally foolish
ness In tills bleeding land the balUe.t
was that bis name waa Nutt. It was
NOT Nutt; It was Nott, said Nutt.
Underwood's BisT Vote.
Bia.MIN-.HAU, -,s.( No 8. Repre
sentative Oscar W. Underwood, Hem
cratlc floor leader of tile House of Itep
resentatlves, re-elected by the biggest
vote he has ever r'-elved, said to-day
he was in favor of an extra seaslon be
ginning njxt March, lm d.au'.y 10 be
CtS tuMUJtntat of Lauwortg bi4.
LAW IN CINC1NNA
" Circulation Books Open to AIL" I
"BUSINESS MEN NEED NOT FEAR;"
FIRST MESSAGE OF MR. WILSON.
Statement ot Woodrow
"The result fills me with the hope that the thought
ful progressive force of the Nation may now at last
unite to give the country freedom of enterprise and a
government released from all selfish and private in
fluences, devoted to justice and progress.
"THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING: FOR THE
HONEST AND ENLIGHTENED BUSINESS MEN OF
THE COUNTRY TO FEAP. No man whose business
is conducted without violation of the rights of free
competition and without such private understandings
and secret alliances as violate the principle of our law
and the policy of all wholesome commerce and enter
prise need fear either interference or embarrassment
from the administration.
"BIG TIM" UNABLE
TO ENJOY FRUITS
Doubtful If His Health Will
Permit Taking of His Scat
anstor Tlmnthv D Hulllvsn " arrnln
a Congressmen 4 least a Congressman
elect rind again. It ts reported that "Big
Tim" hue been restored to health. It
la snl.l tn-ilnv thnf he W01 b dlsrhnreed
to-morro-v from the New Jersey sani
tarium .if which he his heen an Inmate
for several weeks, unable to take a
part In the eampalgn whb'h resulted In
the election yesterday of Woodrow Wil
son, for President: William Sutler, for
Governor of the Kmnlre State, end "Hlg
Tim" for Congressman from the Thir
teenth Congt'eaa District.
UirT OTDtATB FIUBHM OF TBI
UKJ V BILLOW" HAVE rkason TO
BKUIKVK THAT OONORRHHJAAN
F.L.BCT SULLIVAN WILL NOT BK
ABLE 'IX) TAXI TIIF. OATH
They fear that tils release from
retreat io-morrow, or any day In
near future, vill be premature. They
are not sanguine In the belief tint le
will hale sutTlctently rwivere.l WAN
BKFORK PHB TB8UI OF till BLBC
Tivu OFFICII KAfl EXPIRED to .ke
any act." imrtlcipatinn tn atfalrs. po
litical, nr otherwise.
In Ibis event, the Thirteenth Congres
sional District will remain unrepresent
ed IK the Uutiiui.'ratlu House of Itepre
sentallves. For the tlrst time since reaching bis
majority in years, "Big Tim" has had
no voice in the naming this year of thU
or that nominee and baa taken no part
whatever In voting. "B1g Tim" wag un
able to go to the polls and was unable
to confer at any time during the recent
campaign with anv of hta fellow
leaders. "Big Tim's" nomination for
Congren from the Thirteenth Dletrlct
came unsolicited. He was sleeted by s
When Wilson waa nominated at Balti
more. "Bli! TUn" was at the convention.
"That Governor of New Jersey is gu
lng to bi) the next President of the
L'nlted States, and It would tickle me
lu death again to be a Condi eweman
aud TAKE MY LESSONS Flluil THE
OLD bCHOOLM ASTER."
That was all that settled it.
When nomination time for Congress
looaJly came round "Ulg Tim's" friends
recalled bis rents rk and decided to ur?e
the alck man's nomination for the
House ot Ketpresentallies He was
then very ill. but It made no d.ffer
enoe. tie was nominated, and yester
day he was elected by an overwnelin.ns
The rest remains to be seen.
MBsf Tim's" doctors are affording
neither lnforinailuc nor encouragement.
NEW YORK STATE TICKET.
JToUowlng la the complete atate
ttrkat leeted yesterday.
Ouvernor Ml 11am 8Jalser
eot'jr of itnte
. .Martin aimn
. .William ohmer
. John J. JEsnasdy
. TLouias Car lu od y
i . . .John A. Bansel
nerld Manillas rurklsb Baths.
Usui "its untsu rouas. It,
Wllmon, Premldent-Meet, to Rvenlna World' Staff Correspondent mt Princeton
Entire rmy Corps Was Sta
tioned at Stronghold, Scene
of Manv Massacres.
BUM i;. Nov. 8. The Turkish itrmig
hold of MsBUMtlf aiirreinlered at
o'i'.Um k Msl afteinixui to t.io Servian
troopsi. according to a lU-spatch fr.nn
Helgrade to tiio TrUni'..i
The who... at Km Sixth Turkish Army
COfp8 I '-riiinamlo-l by ITtsthJ l'asha, Han
etatUjiU'il at Monuttlr. atnl many Turk
ish trooa Btohlg frem other post 'u
the province have taken refuge there,
since II. e beginning of bOettMMfg, tht
deglgtqh does not say wtiethur Ui.i
great Tuikleli army suiiendued lu tbc
MSIWMiC asH "sW SO MMM Hi OJmSH
Sresfc ,elssssssstBs' Jew 1 -
TO THE SERVIANS
"Our hope and purpose is now to bring all the free
forces of the Nation into activvand intelligent co-operation
and to give to our prosperity a freshness and spirit
and a confidence such as it has not had in our time.
"The responsibilities of the task arc tremendous,
but they arc comon responsibilities which all lenders
of action and opinion must share. And with the confi
dence of the people behind us everything that is right
"MY OWN AMBITION WILL BE MORE THAN
SATISFIED IF I MAY BE PERMITTED TO BE THE
FRANK SPOKESMAN OF THE NATION'S THOUGHT
FUL PURPOSE IN THESE GREAT MATTERS."
-naesacres. Half of Its population of
10.000 professv.fi the Christian faith.
ELECTION OF WILSON
PLEASES THE GERMANS.
Newspapers S;iy " Means Reduc
tion of TaritT That Hurt the
(ierman Expert Trade.
BIORLIIfi Nov 6.-The election of
Wo iliow Vt'Jlin Is regarded generally
by the Oerman press an a most fortun
gts "'-currence for flerniany The news
paper! eiy that It gives g promise of a
redu Hon of the tariff wtih-ii has crip
pled I lie CleriMin egpoft trade, and also
of tha bMdonfngni of the policy of
tariff "pin pHekg" sm-h as tlHise con-
natcted with peper putp ind split peH
under erhlch 'ierman-AnstttOM relaUons
All the Journals, Lowever. warn the
Oerman oorAflMfctaJ world ag.iiit i x
iihK 100 much from the PtfltfrtfOM
In this reaped, itnd imint out that the
I'eiin. i-.itlr inirty will he 'iu!te as re-
ppongivi to I'm protootlon of AroortoM
liiteiots u t!iu RopllbltOM party.
Th.' in'WjKiiiers In nearly a.! 'ai.-e ex
preas the Opinion th.it the anti-lmperlal-lafrl
M( peesrved ettltudn tpward world
porHlog of tbo DoQtosroti will tno.ii-
. .. now that they bslVO attilntd power.
FOR RACING Bfefe HAGE 11.
" Circulation Books 0en fo
1912. 24 PAGES
ALL STOCKS RISE
Steady Stream of Buying
Orders Turns Traders' Un
certainty to Confidence.
Wall Nlreet voiced Its eoBfMOBM In
Woodrow sTHkoii to-day with s moder
ate boom In ItiHsM market prl. es. Trad
ers were a little uncertain as n what
slds of the innrKei to assume during
Uhe morning hours, but when a steady
stream of buying orders continued to
pour In for execotlnn the rank and file
of professional operators st mid-day
Jumped to the hull position with alac
rity and their excited huvmg elevated
the entire Hat to in highest ranges
established In months.
At top levels a few ot the largest
gains were as follows
Canadian ParlMc 6 points, Union i'a
ctflo 4 1-4. st Paul and Copper 4. Head
ing 8 1-2, Northern Pacific I 1-4 and
Steel 1 t-4
Few brokers had rraaop to oomplaln
of poor business to-day. While the up
ward rush was at Its height Jn the af
ternoon hours, stocks were turned over
at the rate s a million shares a day.
It was nothing unusual to see long
hlouks of Ateel, t'nlon Pacific, t'oppar
and Reading corn out on the tape tor
Individual sales of over 6.00(1 shares.
REPORT HEAVY BUYING FROM
Reading and Union Fsvolflo were toe
leaders of the days advance. Both
these Issues rose for sf 4ns exoeeding
half a point at one sals.
Commlaelon houses reported an excep
tionally heavy buying demand from out
of town resources, although the Inquiry
was not confined entirely to this coun
try, for Berlin, London and Paris were
heavy purchasers In our market.
The rise culminated at oloalng tlms
when highest ranges for the day wet
The opening of the Exchange failed to
give any Indication of the pronounced
strength that eventually developed.
Price ruled fractionally higher on a
demand mat didn't excite any comment.
The higher condition were attributed
mainly to the etrength of the London
Exchange. As a result of ths election
stock In the London market enjoyed a
mild boom and cabled orders at the
etai t of buslnee here caused majvy al
vancea. WHOLE MARKET ON BULL SIDE
AP.er the frnv half-hour the Initial
buying demand eubaided. Trader tai
niedlaUly arrayed themselves on the
boar aide, with prospective profit lu
.low, eil their form of unloading
iiulokly depressed the list about a point
:r, .v Um upeiilng figure. Prom then
iir... mllday the market wu unaettied.
Luteriitlttcnt reaction and rallle oc
curred It wa apparont Uiat the lead
ers feared to take a definite rtmttlnn
one way or th other. The persistant
buying drmaaxd that continued unabated
throughuu' th uiorntng hour began
to bear i exults, and at tiie start of the
afternoon seaslon the entire market
ijulckly took lb bull eld.
MA BlOGg TABJgft IU PA0I lt
ON STRENGTH OF
COLONEL LOSING LEAD
THE KANSAS VOTE;
ILLINOIS VERY CLOSE
Late Official Figures To-Day, Sub
ject to Further Revision, Indicate
That Roosevelt Leads Taft
in Popular Vote by 766,000.
WILSON WINS 39 STATES;
415 ELECTORAL VOTES
Roosevelt Carries Six States With
104 Electoral Votes; Taft Three
States and 12 Electoral Votes.
Gov. Wilson, aixording to the latest revised returns,. will "have ttn
electoral vote of not less than 39 States, with the possibility of one mor.
State heing added to ihe grand total.
He will have a Democratic Congress with him in carrying out Dem-,
OCntk policies. There will be a working Denuvratic majority in the
House of Representatives of 143, the Democrats having 289 memberv
the Republicans 112 and the Hull Mooscrs 14. In the Senate the
Democrats will have a majority of 12, with the possibility of a still
wider margin, as the legislative result in four States is still in doubt. The
Democrats will have S4 votes, the Republicans 36 and the Dull Moosers 2.
Mr. Wilson's plurality in New York State is 205,163. Taft carried
the State in 1908 by 202,602. Wilson's vote was 32.000 in excess of that
given to Bryan in that year. Hie total Republican vote, as compared with
1908, discloses a Republican tailing off of 54,ooo. The new figures show
how utterly baseless was the Bull Moose prophecy that Roosevelt would"
draw from the Democratic vote. Taft beat Roosevelt in the State by 73,
302, thus insuring regular Republican control of that party in State affairs.
Roosevelt's big margin over Taft in Illinois, Pennsylvania and
Michigan will more than offset Taft's advantage in New York, but the
guestion of which candidate leaJs in the popular vote in the country 1.
still tar from decisive.
LATEST SEWS ON ELECTORAL VOTE.
On practically complete returns from many States and partial figure
00 the others the result of yesterday's Presidential election was:
Wilson 39 States 415 electoral votes
Roosevelt 6 States 104 electoral votes
Taft 3 States 12 electoral votes
The table of the popular vote by States printed on another page sub
ject to further revision, shows:
Wilson's popular vote 7,047,334
Roosevelt's popular vote 4,545,706
Taft's popular vote 3,779,072
Wilson lacked 1,332,031 of a majority of the popular vote.
Senator Dixon, campaign manager fur Roosevelt, In a statement is
sued to-day, glaats over the wreck of the Republican party and declare,
the Progressive is now the dominating rival of the Democr.i's. "The old
Republican organization," he says, "lias become the third party in the
United States. 1 doubt if it will ever again muster strength enough to
nominate a candidate for PresiJeni."
STATES SAID TO BE DOUBTFUL.
More complete returns this afternoon narrowed the race for Pre
dent in Kansas to a very close margin. As the counties report the'--complete
vote, Roosevelt's lead has been reduced and he is now running
second. Wilson has carried counties that hitherto have been soli.i
Some big counties conceded to Roosevelt are yet to report thei.
returns, but the trend appears to be favorbale to Wilson.
The Democratic State Committee :laims Pennsylvania for Wrlswn
but the indications pointed to 25,000 for Roosevelt over Wilson.
With less than half the precincts Illinois, outside of Cook County
reported Roosevelt's lead over Wilson in the State has been reduced to
less than 10,000. Returns trom 1,3oo precincts out of 2,788 in Illinois,
outside of Cook County give : Taft, 81,069; Wilon, I26,u99; Roosevelt,
115,121. The same precincts in 1908 gave Taft, 204 t48;Bryn, 140.17J.
In Texas Roosevelt ran a bad fourth. De'-s poHed almost exactly
two votes to Roosevelt's one. Out of a total vote of about 3oo,ooo
Wilson 'ectived 199,000, Taft 38,200, Debs 12,600 and Roosevelt
6,300. The Socialists gained 5,000 over l9o8.
8tttataiulii Uie cao;uious
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