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Ml WILL BE
OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY,
ELEPHANT OR BULL MOOSE?
Leaders Declare Old Party Will Be
Stronger Than Ever for Tuesday's
Defeat, Which the Progressives
Regard as Its Deathblow.
What will be the future of
it be absorbed by the Proyrcasivea or will it maintain its
This is the question uhich is being askerl by every one, to-day. The
Evening World aired it to every member of the Republican National Com
mittee, and here are some of their replies, and also expressions of opinion
from local leaders and others on the subject:
The Colonel says that the belli whl '! tain Its organisation, and In the future
tolled the victory of Woodrow Wilson will he, as It has always been, more
Bounded the requiem of ths Republican truly representative of the people than
party. Senator Dixon says the same
thins- Senator Dixon Is chairman of
the National Progressive Committee
Qov. Johnson. Roosevelt's runnlnu mate,
before he left for California yesterday,
said he a satisfied with the result of
the election, and added:
We have won a meat victory In the
peoples , ausc. Tha cause will live, no
ruatter Who the lenders are."
ELEPHANT. NOT THE MOOSE,
STILL RULES PARTY.
J. B. Reynolds. Secietary or the .-.a-
tlonsl Republican Committee says the
!.,-,.,-.... i, .. v lust where It
sifted. lt las' I me second blic purty,
notwithstanding Its great plurality ovur
"The thlid party started with Cali
fornia.' he added. "They are jjbi j
where they started, We still have the
i t., uti.iri i.i , v h tlx the i
The Stale laws. rUC
ognize primes 1-swnwi ......
fnr davarnor. M.dx.-s heat Straus
New oik. We have New York. We
have all the Slates.
"In most of the States there was ni
Governor chosen tins year or the Bull
Moose candidate ran third. " '
from be.ng one of the two hlg parties.
legally racoflilsodi in flection mai nliu ry i
the Bull Moose is Just where it started,.
11 has California.
"The Republican National Committee, nollfr y,.t ufter four yearn of Demo
ffleets In the Auditorium at Chicago I critic tariff for revenue only and In
next Tuesday. It's going to get right! capacity, ih" American people com
down to work and s.e w.iere we Btand j pletsly oeiwhc!mid Democracy, rs
We are going to start the campaign (01 I turning the Republican party to full
tour years hence. We w.il na.ne a suc
cea.'or on the ticket to fill the vacancy
loft by the death of Vlc-1'realdent Sher
man, for we have some eie'tors and
they must vote for a President and
WILL BE CALLED BACK,
Houston, Tex., Nov. 7.
I ehe MMcr i Tht I lenlns World;
By Infamous perversion of facta Re
publloana have been temporarily de
flected to fsJss Idols. With the lesson
of the election and the failure of the
Democratic party to fulfil Its promises
to get impossible results out of Bryan
theories, the people will turn again to
the party of constructive legislation,
under which this country has grown
great and prosperous. And the Repub
lican party IU be all the more effective
In disposing of existing problems In an
aggressive way, being stronger for the
experience aid rerelv.nn the support vf
those now dashed as Progressive. Ths I
Progress. v- p.ariv a bi:; noise made !
with a million dollars of money by a
few poll.. gns. who appropriated every. I
thing f! .. to platform pl.nkg of 1
any im i t by bombast find mlsrspr
lint :':. thy have discredits!, a sr. it
trstdsM i iu temporarily defeated ths
ltepuulkua pa. ly.
li. r i v.- IHBOOR
EXPECTS WA. DERERS
TU RETURN TO FOLD.
W.cIi.ih. Kan , Nov. 7.
To rse Editor of Tin I islftj rkl
Answering 'OUi if. I concerning the
future ol the Hop ibllcaD parly, my
judgmeni is in n in.- organlutlon wl I
remain as herstofore and that the Pro
grssslves will tlnu Ihslr way back Into
our ranks. r'. & TANblT.
"WILL COME UACK
AT NEXT ELECTION.'
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 7.
Te Om UKur of Ths slvetutwi World:
The loss of ths Presidency will not
materia 11 y aft sot ths Rspubllcan party,
sxospt as to officeholders not within ths
classified ssrrtoa Ths party wal maitv
ConwlKlil. I fl I. hr
o. I I lie New
THE FO HE
the Republican party? Will
any other political organization In the
country. The people will return the Re
publican party to power at the next
election. E. K. SMITH.
OF MR. TAFT IN 1916.
Atlanta. Oa, Nov. 1.
To th" K Hi .r of Tha Errnlns Worll.
The Republican party In Qeorrta wir.
maintain Us organisation and by na
l means be absorbed by the Progressive
p0rty. Four years hence It will be
ltronger and more united, not only In
Oeoigla, but In every other State In the
Union, man ever before and there will
be such in overwhelming demand for
the return of Mr. Taft to the White
House that there will be no need of
getting out any opposition tickets.
HCNRY 8. JACKSON.
III: I.I I lUlO VUIC
ni'i i n I 'I',, i aii r t.rw,..
WILL REPEAT 1896.
OatnegVllla. Fla.. Nov. 7.
T.i the FMIt-ir ol Tin Ku-Hrm World:
yn Republican parly In the future
sjsrlll be the gn at governing party of
the fulled Stales.
Defeats will come at long Inlervals.
q jsjj a Democratic landslide defeated
Harrison, Hiving- the Dl mocratlc party
'he Pn sl.iency, the gehatf and the
puwer with McKinley as I'resldt-nt
In UIM h story will repeat ltralf In
a victory as great as Hut of lsni.
The Republican party will maintain
the dlxi.it of its BlitOrM organisation,
and, Inspired by the names of Us great
founders, mighty achievements and in
eternal principles, will In the future
become united and patriotically, as a
party, carry Into law the enlightened
Judgment of the American people.
HENRY 8 CafUBB.
WILL SOON BE ALLIES.
North Troy, Vt, Nov. T.
To ths Bdltor of Ths E'solot World.
There will be neither absorption nor
disruption, for our differences wsrs
about men and not principals. Indi
viduals are unimportant and our cause
U Important. Hence the factions of
yesterday will te allies to-morrow.
JtXHJL Is. LEWIS.
PARTY WILL GO ON;
CAN'T BE ABSORBED."
1 Ths Republican parte will continue, tor
s resal's ' n ' ' log will solidify
ill Tie nrpuoiwan ia t.- is a party
1 of ptogisgs. and iehlovonionU end in
j i i be absorbed by ;,uy ilher organlgs,-
l. SOUTH DAKOTA
To the gdlUM f Ths Evrn.ns World I
Canton. S D.i': . Nov. 7.
Ths R. p.iMI an organisation In this
state le progrsgalvs and doubtlsss will
0 sontlnus THOMAl THORION,
WILL GO FORWARD.
To IBS ri'.INir "f T:ie BtssIM W irl I
CblOafJO, 111. N'ov. 7.
Th" RspubltOM Iar!y will milntaln 'ts
orxuni.aiioii, will adjust the dlffsrsil es
within Its own runks and will irn for
I ward. HOY O. WKST.
Bl 1TIQB INSll
Not lafrsaueuUj. but
ssU A CeoaU Co. s sh
11 Kh-ASSED 80c. LB.
dux STsrr osr ipra
SUUSS U OlsMSt
ts7 dsr from Acker. Mei
sfc a. TeT
GUNMEN GO ON TRIAL TO-MORRO W
"Circulation Books Open to All"
The Press PublUhlw
Vork World I.
Justice Goff Hopes to Rush
Through All Four Cases
in That Time.
'WH1TEY" LEWIS FIRST.
Conroy Murder Trial Ordered
Finished To-Night to Be Out
of the Way.
The trial of the s-unmen for the mur
der of HsrmSJ) Rosenthal will be begun
to-morrow In Justice Ooff's extraor
dinary term of the Supreme Court. An
unexpected hastening of the trials was
ordered by Justice tjoff to-day shortly
after the resumption before him of the
trial of Joseph Conroy for the murder
of lawyer Joseph Kettretch.
It had been planned to suspend Che
Conroy trial to-morrow while a Jury
was drawn to try the first of the four
gunmen, most likely "Whltny Jack"
Iewls. The Conroy trial was to have
been finished after the Jury had been
chosen, which would have set the pro
ceedings against the gunmen over until
When the subject was brouffht up be
fore Justice Ooff to-day lie suddenly de
cided that It would be best to finish the
Conroy trial before taking up the gun
men's trials, and as a special panel of
200 veniremen had been summoned to
court to-morrow he ordered thai the
way be cleared for the work of selecting
a Jury to try Dowts and for the lrrune
dlate beginning of that trial.
Justice Uoff told the lawyers In the
Conroy rae that they would have to
finish the trial to-night no matter how
late the court rsfnstnsd In session.
Counsel for Conroy demurred but was
HOPES TO DISPOSE OF FOUR
CA3ES IN TEN DAV8.
JUgtlOO Uoff hopes In dispose of the
crs against nil four gunmen In tn
days. To do this he will convent
court early and sit late. There will
be Saturday ses lloltg as In the llecker
trial. The drawing of Jurors will be.
rushi d with the utmost I xpedltlon, and
as fast as one Jury in one case gos
out to d-dlberate another Jury will be
The ord.-r of the four trials has not
been dellnltely settled save In the case
of IsOWtO, and even In his rase his coun
sel, former Manlsiraic Wahle, reserved
the right to select another of the co
defendants to precede him.
The DiMtrlrt-Attomey has prepared all
I four cases separately and can summon
I hie WitnossSg on an hour's notice
Judge Malone, In Part II. of Clen. -al
Sessions to-day, dlsc.narKod tho ball In
the oases of Herbert Hull and John
Fleming, who were arrested In the Ros
enthal raid. Hull Is a nephsw of Mrs.
The cases against ths two ylctlms of
ths famous Becker raid were dismissed
on tho advloe of Assistant Distrii-t-At
torney Moss, who ssld that ths three
witnesses against them, DstsoUves
Shappard, Stetnsrt and Whits, who had
participated In the raid, had stultified
themselves vhlls testifying In the
Becker trial and that It would be lm
posslbts to build up a prosecution upon
such swldenoe ss theirs
SCHEPPS WANTED TO BE 8ENT
Bam Sehepps was arraUned In the
West Side Poll-s Court to-1sy on the
standing charge of vagrancy, and by
agreement went back to West Side
Prison for a week. Bernard Sandler.
kounSSl for S"hepps. announced that his
' cllsnl Ih a hick man.
I have aske i IMstrtctAttomsy
Whitman to sen I on sxpsrl speclall u
I In examine gchsppi In jail," said Mr.
Chgndlsr. 'H( liepp s in need of hos
pital treatment, Ha Is, In fart, an In
valid and cannot take proper care (
1 hlm.-elf in Jail 1 anticipate thai Ire
1 District-Attorney, aetlnr on th- advliv
of the specialist, will order that
gchsppi o taken to t hospital, where
j he can he kept under observation."
SAYS THIRD PARTY
IS BUILT ON SAND.
Washlngion, D. C, Nov. 7.
To ihf Ml'.nr nl The Biagjal Worl I
There a e too many con IIMons arid
oonUnfen dSS that may arise in ths
future to enable any onu to make un
Intslllgtni fori ast. n u my opinion the
ghlfllng sands upon ivhlcn Roosevelt
has gttsmplgd .o build a parly will
.lever ue l -epted by any party ss a
foundation upon which to erect an sn
durlng political structure.
rational Oommlusamaa Lmm Aikgniss
TRIALS OF GUNMEN
YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7,
What the Republican Party
Did Financially for T. R.
Twenty-two Years in Public Service -Salary
Drawn in That Time $439,000.
Assembly, New York State, 1882-3-4, at Jt1,500 a term $4,500
United States Civil Service Commissioner, May, 1889,
to May, 1895, at $3,500 a year 21,000
New York Police Commissioner, May, 1895, to May,
1897, at $5,000 a year 10,000
Astant Secretary of the Navy from May, 1897, to
May, 1898, at $4,500 a year 4,500
Governor New York, January, 1899, to January,
1901, at $10,000 a year 20,000
Vice-President United States, March 4, 1901, to Sept.
14, 1901, at $8,000 a year 4,000
President United Stares from Sept. 14, 1901, to March,
1909, at $5o,ooo a year 375,000
RUNS INTO OFFICE
OF HIS LAWYERS
Sigmund Moses, Frenzied
Fight to Regain Fortune,
Sigmund Mosss, aretlred poulrty mar
chant, who lived at Mo. Ml West Ons
Hundred and Eighteenth street and who,
until he suffered recent business rs-
. . .
prses, was reputed to no a mini ' ,
wealth, died In Hudson Street Hospital
this afternoon after swallowing half a
glaaarul of ,-arboll- aHd. He drank this
In front of the suite of ofnVes of Mor
rison snd Schlff. his lawyers, at No. 820
At about 2 o'rloik Moses rame down
r-nn, lila home and visited ills lawyers.
He whs told by Miss Anna Kahn, the j
tsnog rapaar, tnai the partus he
wished to see won busy, and then h. i
went down to the sixth floor at '.hi
same office building to the office of
Kantrowtts and Ksberg. the attorneys
for the mortgng-eH of ,nmc of Aloses'H
property recently fOMOloggd upon
After a consultation nh the law
yers on mutters pertaining to his finan
cial dlffleUltlSg Moses went back 10
the offices of Mottlson ami Schtff.
Wh.-n told that Mr. olllfl was still
busy Moses took a tumblw from the
spring water cooler and stepped out Into
the ball, closing th door behind him.
He brought out of his pocket a vial
containing two ounces of carbolic acid,
poured It Into the glass and drank 1L
Then he uub'kly opened the door and
"I hvo lust drunk poison. n crieo
stepped into the office,
and .ank to the floor In agony.
A physician wio hurried up from the
offloas of ths Now York Life Insurance
Tompany below gave Moses an emetic,
but a few minutes after he had bean re
moved to the Hospital he died.
Moses's financial troubles began four
years ago whan he bought soma valu
abls property on Bast Sixtieth street on
a heavy first mortgage. Hs sold a sec
ond mortgaga for IM.000 to Isaac Peck
snd Bompson Rosenflelds. but last Fsb
roery ha first mortgaga fall due and he
had to borrow from the holders of ths
second one to pay the first. That did
not foestall bankruptcy, however, and In
the course of the proceedings lt devel
oped that Moses had conveyed till to
th mortgagd property to Harry Miller,
a brother-in-law In Philadelphia. Hs
leaves a wife and one child.
BEAR ATTAC K SB E R N H A R DT,
ACTRESS ESCAPES INJURY.
Animal in Menagerie Beaten Off
After He Reaches Out ;mJ Seizes
Hurs Sarah Wears.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 7 Sirah Bern
limit whs attacked by a bear whll"
visiting a menagerie r.ere to-day. The
AS HE DRINKS ACID
animal seUed her furs, loft was beaten
off by attendant! before me actress was
DEFEATED FOR CONGRESS.
OfNCINNATIi O.. Nov. 7. f'ornplete
unofficial returns from the First Ohio
i ongresslonal Ilstrl t this afternoon In
dlrate the defeat of Congressman Nb h
olas I-ongwortb for re-election, by Stan
ley Howdle, a Democrat, by lis votes.
The official count may possibly chanse
this result. If Dawdle U declared
elected, It Is expected I -m worth will
carry obe contest to the floor of Coo
BY 25,000 PLURALITY
IN PERSONAL TAX
City Loses $185,000, While the
State Gains $l,5oo,ooo
Under New Law.
Dripping rain pools an over th- floor
Andrew Carnegie, accompanied by his
business sgent, R. A. Franks, shortly
before noon to-day entered the office of
President Lawson Purdy of ths Depart
ment of Taxes In the Hall of Records,
to swear off an assessment of HO.ono.OiO
personal taxes. As a result of Mr. Car
negie's trip through ths wet weather
the city Is out Just 116,000 snd the
canny ironmaster Is In lust that amount.
In the sworn statement made by Mr.
Carnegie tu says that he owns no
bonis which are not roglstere,! under
the Secure.! Debt Tax law which be
came operative year ago last .Septem
ber. Mr. Carnegie's holdings of bonds
are reported to be nearly Mifl.OfiO.OuO,
nmstly steel, ho at the rale of 5 for
every 11.000 tie has already paid Into
the blate Tnjiir- tl.iimi.unu.
Once bonds are reglstored under the
Secured Debt Tax law, snd the Slate
collects 1-2 per cent on the whole,
they are exempt from future taxation
In the lifetime of the owner. Mr. Car
negie's sctlon gives the State the rev
enue which formerly ent to tha city.
Das year the Ironmaster paid personal
taxes to the elty upon an assessment
of llO.flurj.OOO. The year previous he was
assessed for 16,000,000, whloh was the
assessment upon which he paid per
sonal taxes or a number of years. To
day's au gives Mr. Carnegie a clean
slate ao far as his personal taxes are
concerned. Before he entered the office
of Mr. llirdy he was the larget payer
of personal taxss In New York.
Mr. Carnegie In his affidavit swore
that his tazabls personal assets, In
cluding cash on hand, notes and loans
dus him and household furnltura did
not exceed IS, 477. 105. is. He added that
his liabilities, Including "contracts for
gifts," amounted to II.I99.s2b.SS n.
also swors that hs owned no bonds
that wsrs unstamped, and that all
thess were registered under the Secured
Debt Tsx law.
Just when and In whoaa and what
names Mr. Carnegie register e 1 his steel
bonds no one knows at the office of
Deputy Htate Comptroller Wallace
Fraser, No 16i Broadway.
"I'ndoubtedly Mr. Carnegie la paying
the .state a tax upon bis bonds," sal
Mr. Fraxer "Hul we cannot tell whe
he bought his stamps The owners u
bonds register thirn In toe names s
attorneys, agents or brokors, all ! In this
way Mr. Carnsgls Msntlty was proi
ably lost. There are no bonds rejjli
ten-l In his name. Kegislereil homl
are exempt from taxation."
After Mr Cat negle h.i.l sworn off h
personal taxes at the O til OS of II
I'ur.ly he Joked about the weath p, and
remarked inal he gues.-ed he had
"fooled the newspaper boys" In Doming
out upon such a day. He walkel
through lb' rain to his automobile
anchored across the street in front of
t.ie Court House, and was not recog
nised by any ono In the crowds standing
In the doorwam aloni chambers street.
(.in Dead From (.as.
Gretel Flamme, a maid In the employ
o' Mrs. J i.ea Aubrey, who has an apart,
ment on the eighth floor of 'No. 3U West
Elghty-flfUl street, was found duod In
bed to-day walls gas rushed Irosa an
span jst tUMi- a( hsad.
Circulation Books Often to
FROM LAST STAND
Bulgarians in Two Days' Battle
Drive Sultan's Army From
SALON 1GA CITY FALLS.
Greeks Enter After Turkish
Garrison Destroys Bridges
and Abandons Place.
lOXnuN, Nov. 7. -Th Turks are re
ported to have been decisively beaten
by the Itiitgarlnns and driven in dis
order from their positions at the
Chatalja forts In front of Constantinople.
according to a despatch from Sofia. The
fighting was very severe and lasted two
days. ChatUJa Is the key to Constan
ttnople's last line of defense. With Its
capture the whole chain of forts must
fall Into the Bulgarians' hands and Mis
Turkish capital will be at their mercy.
The Bulgarian troops advancing on
Constantinople to-day oncuplsd several
villages In the vicinity of ths line of
Turkish forts at Chatalja.
The Tnrklsh garrison has beam with
drawn from aloalaa after gestroytag
ansaber sf bridges forming the ap
proaches to tha city, aceordlag to a
news agsnoy despatch from Athens. The
Orssks who bavs been besieging ths
place immediately took possession,
MUST, stov. T. Three hundred
Bulgarians wsrs killed bp the sxplo
slon of a single mine walls storming
ths Chatalja forts to-day, according
go a Constantinople message. Several
positions, wsrs oaptarsd from ths
Turks, It was stated In a dsspatch from
ofla. Another report says that ths
Turks recaptured the forts.
PARIS, Nov. 7 News that the llillua
rinns have broken the Turki.' liutl lino of
defense, twenty-live miles from f 'o i
Itantlnopls, was expected hero hourly
to-day. ft 'ports that Czar Pardtngnd
has decided not actually to enter the
Sultan's capital were disbelieve.! III-.
previous utterances have I n evictly
to the contrary. In any event, the Tttfkl
will be drivan back Into the city when
the i'chat.'ilja line la broken arid a mag
sacre Is looksd for when this happens
SULTAN PREPARING TO LEAVE
Neither the 16,000 Kurds, said to be
marching to aid In defending Constan
tinople, nor the twenty warships which
the Fowers are rustling to the itiisphor
us to protect foreigners seem, d likely
to-day to reoii their duaUiuUInn before
the war's climax arrives.
Hum rs Unit the Sultan Is preparing
in trunsfer his OekpKaJ to llrusa. In Asia
Minor, were not corslilered reassuring.
Presumably he would take hut army
with him, and almost 'without an cs
captlon the Turkish troops have slaugh
tered ths Inhabitants and burned the
shoes and dwellings of ths towns mar
havs evaluated or through whloh they
have paasad 1n retreat alnos tha war
While it may be possible to save the
Kur-.pi.un residents of the capital, the
native Christian population, numbering
fully 000,000, must inevitably be placed
in dire peril. The Turks are not only
enraged against the Christians because
It is by an alliance of Christian nations
that they are being vatuiuiehed, but at
tribute their defeats directly tc the
disaffection of the Christian soldiers In
their own ranks.
The butchery at RodoMo, now fu:iy
onlrn.od, In which It is sai l hundrels
f ChliSClftOS were Ktllsd and women and
cMidren ere thrown lata ths runw .
of their own burning homes by the
Turks, i.et' re the latter ,.,i,j.u. t he
town, was Bsprcly a ""' 1 WiMlraUoa ji
(Continued on Fo uth I'age.)
NEW YORK GIRL KILLtlD
BY FALL IN MARSEILLES.
Mi.s Kitty Saviilc Slrtfei Tumblsi
from Fourth Floor Window
MAHSF.lI.l.K.s. France. Nov. T. Ill
Kitty Suvillu glngsr of New Vork wau
killed last Inkht by lall.ug trull' Ihu
fourth Hour wiielow of u imte) hsie.
It Is believr.d the Bl Itrsfl wa.i acci
dental tlhe was not .lead ShsO picked
up from the sidewalk, hut sxplrsd
shortly afterwunl. bhs wus twenty
four years old
rOR RACINQ EB PAQE 18.
LATEST RETURNS SHOW
40 STATES FOR WILSON
WITH 442 ELECTORS
Roosevelt's Plurality in Chicago and
Cook County Wiped Out by Vote
for Wilson in Country Dis
tricts of Illinois.
CONTROL OF U. S. SENATE
NOW SEEMS UNCERTAIN
Democrats, Who Have 149 Majority
in the House, Expect to Be in
Power in Upper House.
Election returns received to-day show a shifting of votes In fttrtt
Kansas, which was yesterday credited to Roosevelt with Its ten
electoral votes, is now surely for Wilson.
Minnesota with twelve electoral votes, credited to Wilson yesterday,
is now for Roosevelt.
Illinois with twenty-nine electoral votes, believed yesterday to have
been carried by Roosevelt, is now apparently for Wilson.
On this basis the vote of the States on President Is:
Wilson ... 40 States; 442 Electoral Votes.
Roosevelt . 5 States; 77 Electoral Votes.
Taft 3 States; 12 Electoral Votes.
I ate returns Indicate lli.it Wilton has carried Illinois by 25,000
plurality over Roosevelt. R6o evelt led in Chicago and Cook County
by 25,(Au. Wilson's vole in the country districts has wiped out this
advantage and put the New .Jersey
663 country distri:ts to hear from and these are likely to increase Wil
son's plurality in the State to ZS.ooo or more.
$1 2.50 A WEEK ON
Payments Have Been Made
Ever Since He Was Shot
A v - Insuranra In ths sum of tls.60
a week has bsen PaM to Col. Hooiovslt
slurs tlis altick upon tilrn In Milwau
kee. Wis., by ihe New Vork crank. It
would hjiva b.'fii I1J8 a week hul for ths
good luck of the company In cutting
ilown tn slss of Uta policy from l-o,0M
to !?,.i" a ahon time I s,orv the i'olonsl
ragchad Ins Boalallgl n-ntis
Tin li'' I dgll I .lis u riii 'i' comp.in.i'
sflgiaally agarsd las Ruaaavalt u .i u
puii' y, issued in Jitna ine, gltortly gftsi
Col. HoiseVilt , eliiri.nl ttOM AlflM
Tlis oiiner Prsasdsnl a u r.st tlgsa
iirn i.iruiivefy ajwlaa) paillloalll Tfeg
pullry Is siul i.' ii.iv. Inn. gMdi piy
abls g the uio,k C , .no whiili
aoncaf n bas f.rsi i.sn upon tgs i. -
Thru 'ami' 131:'. und thr rlgurg of
the lug sainpalgu just elagaA r'or
sevrvul years the uiclilcnt Insuiuniu
oarnpanlss tmvi mana j practloa of
rcfuslnu I'' liiwurr 11. '.le public men,
p.n'tk nlj 1 1 ) ihr moo promlnunt ones),
fear of thstr aaaasslngtlog b.inK ika
aampsfUng ragaun .Nine of Uir corn.
panics droppad out of til Hoaajavall
risk. Ica Ing OM conipany In - Ihe Mls-
soui! Kldallty and casualty Cocnpanj
of api Ingfli 1 1. -Mo.
I'AHIMI C'A.X.iL I III ISICS
TtekeU BSSSSfSiise i 1 111.
I'll rui.!..o rts
ALL LlNkVa at TUU WOULD
liZ'tL siffX iSsa, MlSSL j.
In lo-nluhti Frlilar elaariyi eeiaea.
PRICE ONE CENT.
(iovernor 14400 ahead. There are
y Col, KooaavaH, in ail probubiiiir. ks
carried Minnesota by a plurality ol
from iK.Cfio t 2(1.000. Returns from
two-third of the precincts of gas
M 'f' in .Int.- Kiv him a lesd of nearly
s.iino over Wilson, and county pra
clrn ts iir,' Increaalna his plurality.
The Indlaatlaaal ura that Taft'a vots
In Mtenaaota will not areatly exessd
76,000. Uov. Kbrrhurdt has basn ra
alaelad by a plurality ranging from
3U.0.III to 10.000.
"nun arm lart are now
terms In Wyoming- and Taft
The Democrats have ls majority la
the National House of Representative.
The Senate situation continues to hawaa
Just around Democratic control, aut
without sufflclsntly deflnlts rsturaa aa
To last night's returns, which gave ana
Democrats forty-sevsn Senators, wlBntn
two of the forty-nine necessary to ooo
trol, was udded tu-dsy ths nsws thai ths
plurally of Thompson, Democrat, af
Kansas, had been Increased over that af
Stubbs. Republican, and seemed to eV
sure his election.
The Hull Hoosefl have more to be
thankful for than the old line Repub
licans, aa they nave pulled through
twelve Progressive Congressmen, tmi
havs i can c i.j (el control of the
party mactilnsry in sevsral 1 in i nsgsjlas
Wb Will ii, iii i n.i; receive a ma-
"i .'.i Ula v , . .is. for fresl
dent, h s pturalltj ikj breaks sll
WIlEHE TAFT RAM AHEAD
tpparsntly I'rttUsm fall run
ol I loose Veil in Cunneollout, lielaware.
' Qaargla, Iowa, Kentucky,
Mai ichasetis, M.srlssippi, Montana.
Nevada, New Hampshire, New Vork.
On In, Itnuils Island, aoiitu CaroUoA.
Wlsoonala and vyyoanloeT.
The Prograsaivea have ai pparsatly
sic. (i i snough ms tubers of the egls
lutui in lllluola to glvs t ieln the bul
la! me in Illinois in glvs them ths bal-
- of puwer in the ele.'tlou af the
lvo l'nlt. ,1 .states Senate, a.
Aniens those v, lu went down to s)aJaat
were six of ths "seven Uttie Oovemera"
Osboati of Me-'hluan. Ulasscook of
A rt Virginia, Aldrt.U of
Bass of Nagrhampahlre, Carey eg