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Democrats Will Control House in Next Congress by Large
Majority.
Election returns available up to the hour of going to press, indi
ate that the Democratic majority in the next House will be not
uss than 110. possibly larger. The successful candidates by states
ALABAMA.
, fl W Taylor (Dem).
\*H Deht, Jr. (Dem).
rfi p Clajrton (Dem.).
L? L. Platkmon (Dem).
EjTnomae Heflm (Dem.).
t r f Hobson (Dem.).
- J L H'jrnett (Dem.).
iZwill'am Rl<-hard.*on (Dem.).
rio-var vv. Ind.rwood (Dem.).
jhflarge-John W. Abercrombte (Dem.),
ARIZONA.
At larr^ <url l'-ayden (Dem).
ARKANSAS.
, p j[ Caraway (Dem.).
Cwil'lani A oldheld (Dem.).
Cj 0 Floyd (Dem.).
Lotls P. Wlngo (Dem.).
r.H m Jacoway (Dem).
tl> M T*) 1' ra i Detn.).
Cjr. s 'i ods In (Dem.).
CALIFORNIA.
i_WiMam Kent (P/og.).
' t M- Rut'nerforu (Rtp.).
Lr F. Currl (Rap ?'
Ljullus Kahn (Hep.).
Hohn I. Kelan (Prog.).
Lj R. Rowiand (Rep).
?_j C. Needham (Rep.).
i_B A- Ha.ee (Rep.).
? W. Bell (Prog.).
tLw D. Btephena (Prog.).
J{_S. W. Evans (Prog.).
COLORADO.
1-GeorK' 3 Xindel (Dem).
. u H Beldomrldgo (Dem.).
/Turge-Kdward T. Taylor (Dem ).
At large-Edward Keatlng (Dem).
CONNECTICUT.
i_Agu?ti;i Lonergaa (Dem).
i-Brvan F Mahan (Dem.t.
j-Thomas L. RiU-y (Dem.).
4_j Dota'-.. n (Dem.).
I-Wllliam Kennedy (Dem ).
DELAWARE.
U jjrgfe-FYar.klln Brockson (Dem.).
FLORIDA.
l-6terhcn M. Sparkman (Dem.).
j-Frank Clark (Dem).
j_Emmett WHson tDem.).
At largt?(.'ia-.ide I.'Engle .Dem).
GEORGIA.
l-fharl-s '. Bdwarda (Dem.).
?_S a Rodenberry tDem).
j-C. R Crlsp .Dem.).
4_W C Adamson (Dem.).
t-william S. Howard (Dem.).
?-Charle.t 1.. Hartlett (Dem.).
7-Gordoii Dee (Dem.).
g_6 J Trlbble (Dem.).
d-Thorr.as M. Bell tDem.).
W-Thom<i- W. Hardwick (Dem.).
'l-J Randolph Walker (Dem).
U-D. M llughes (Dem).
IDAHO.
j-Burtcr. L. French (Rep.).
ft-Addisoo T. Bmltn (Rep).
ILLINOIS
l-Ardrew Donovan (Dem).
!-Jan.-& R Mann (Rep.).
l_Wlllian. W. Wilson (RePJ.
4-Jamca T. McDermott (Dem).
5-A J Sabath (Dem.).
9-Arthur \V. Kulton U
t-Frans Bu< hanan (Dj
. 7 nas Gallagher (Derr..).
f-Lvndon Evans (Dem.).
19-Georse K. Foaa (Rep.).
H-lra C. Copley (Rep.).
Kuller (Rep.).
lJ-John C McKenzle (Rep.).
H-Charlee .1 Bearle (RfP-);
U-George W. Prince (Kep.).
lfr-C. V. Sti.ne (Dem).
VJ-John A BterUng 'Rep).
18-Frank T. o'Hare ?Deni >
19-tVilltam B McKlnley (Rep.).
3)-Henry T Ralney (Dem ).
21?J. M Oraham (Dem-).
B-Wl liam :^ ualta (Dem.).
tr-M. D. Fostei (Dem >?
M--H. Roberl Fowler (DemJ.
Klapoleor, B Thlatlewood ?I'?P;>- .
AttorgV-Willlarn E Will.atnf tpr?m->
At Srge^Lawrence B Btttoger <Dem.>.
INDIANA.
Dem '?
:-U'\ at:, A. 4'ullop '1 'em.>.
9-Wllllam E. Cos (Dem.).
t-Llncoln Dlx-.n (Dem).
fr-Raltn W. Moaa (Dem.).
O-Flnley F. Gray (Dem..
I-Cbarlee A. Korhly (Dem)
l-J A. M. Adalr (Dem.).
9-Martlri A. Morrlson ?>????.
?-EdK?.r D. Crumpacker (R"p
U-George W. Rauch (Dem )
B-Cyrua Cllne (Dem >
U-H. A. Darnhart H'em I
IOWA.
I-Cbarlea A Keaaedy (Rep.).
2-1. S. Peiver (Dem >
^"hwrle.- K. Plcketl iRei I
4-Giioert N. Kaugei) <Rep.)
?-Jamef: W Good ifi-1
?-S. Klrkpatrlok (Dem >.
7-8. T. Prouty (Rep >? ? ,
1-Hcrace M. Towner (Rep >
9-WllUam R. Green 'Rep).
19-Frank P. Woods .Rep )?
U-George Bcott tRep.).
KANSAS.
l-D R. Anthony <R?P ) ,
1-Joatph Taggart (Dem.).
1?Phlllp P. Campbt-ll <Rep).
4-Fred S Jackson (Rep.).
9-Ji. R. FUea 'Rep)
0-1 D. Toung (Rep).
7-Gtorge A. Neeley (Dem )
9-Vktor Murdock (Rep ).
KENTUCKY.
l-A. W. Barkley (Dem).
2-A. O. Btanley (Dem.).
1-R. T. Thomas. jr. (Dem.).
4-Ben Johnson <I?m).
I?Swager Hherley -.Ivm).
9-Arthur R. I'.oust I
7-Cair.pbcll C'anttill (Dern.).
0-HaTA-ev Helm (Dem).
1-W. .1. Flelda (Dem (.
19-John W. Langlov (Rep).
n Calob powhs (Repa.
LOUISIANA.
!-Albert Fstoplnal (Dem ).
2-H. (iarland Dupre <Dem).
1-R(.beri F. Brouicard (Dem).
4-J T. Watklns (Dem.).
?-J. Waltei Blder (Dem).
*-Lewl? L. Morgan (Dem.).
7?Dr. )>. I.azaro (Dem.)
?-Lr. J. B. Aswetl 'Pein.}
MAINE.
fTClected ln September.)
1-Atfier C Hinds (Rep.).
I-Daniel J. McGilllcuddy (Dem.).
5-Forett Ooodwlo (Rep.).
4-Frank K Guerasss (Rep.).
MARYLAND.
i-John H. Oeougjton (Deaa.).
f-? F Talbott (Dem.).
S-Geor?f Kur.lg (Dem).
W. C. Linthlcum (Dem.).
^-J Prar.k .Smlth (Dem).
*~L>. J. Lewix (Dem ).
MASSACHUSETTS.
l-Allen T. Treadway (Rep ).
2-Prederlek H. Glllett (Rep.).
*-Wllllam H. WJlder (Rep.).
4-Samu-l K. Wlnalow (Rep.).
??John J. Rogerr (Rep).
0?AUfc'ustua P. Gardner (Rep.).
"-M. F. Phelan (Deav).
9-Kre.lerirk W. r>ullmner (Rep.).
?- Ernest w. R<?bertK (ltep).
10-Wllliarn F. Mtirray 'Dern.).
H-Andrew J. Petera (Dem.).
12-James W. Curley (Dem.).
?-John W. Weeka (Rep.).
14-Robert O. Harrla (R. p >
10-Wlllism 8. Greene (Rep.)
10?J. C. Thacher (Dem.).
MICHIGAN.
- .um-[mi \> . rur.incr .*fc
0-Janie? C. M'-Lawghlln
JO-Oeorge A. Ix>ud (Rep.).
J?-F. <> l.iridfjulM (Rep).
?-H. <> Your.K (Rep.).
?? lerge-P. il. Kclley (RepJ.
MINNESOTA.
1 Rldney Anderaon (Rep.).
2-W. S. Hammond <Dem.>.
3?C. R. Davia (Rep.).
4 F. C. Stevens (Rep).
8-C. R. Rmlth (Rep.).
6 C A. Elndberg (Rep.).
7?A. J. Votetead (Rep.).
8-r. B Mlller (Rep).
8?Halvor Steenerson (Rep.).
At large-James Monahan (Rep.).
MISSISSIPPI.
1-E. 6. Candler. Jr. (Dem.).
2-H. 1). Stephens (Dem).
3?Ren G. Humphrtes (Di-m).
4-T. U. Pisson (Dem.).
6-S. A. Witherspoon (Dem).
6-U. P. Harrison (Dem.).
7 Parey B. Quinn (Dem.).
8?James Wm. Collicr (Dem.)
MISSOURI.
l-.lamea T. Eloyd (Dem).
8?W. W. Rucker (Dem )
3-J. W. Alexandrla (Dem.)
4?Fharles F. Booher (Dem.).
f-Wm. F. Borland (Dem.).
8?C. C. Dicklnaon (Dtm ).
7-C. W. Ilamlin (Dem.>.
8-D. W 8harkclford (Dem)
? ihamp Clark (Dem.).
10-Rlchard Bartholdt (Rep.).
11?W. L. Igoe (Dem).
18?1* C. Dyer (Rep.V
13-Walter J. Hensley (Dem,).
14?.loseph J. Rusarll (Dem I.
18?Perl Decker (Dem.)
18? Thomas 1,. Rubey (Dem).
MONTANA.
At large?Charlea H. Pruy (Rep).
At Urge?John Ii. Kvans (Dem).
NEBRASKA.
1--John A. Magulre (Dem).
2- C. O. Iyobeck (Dem.).
3?Dan V. Stephens (Dem).
4- Charles H. Sloan (Rep ).
B-Silaa H. Rarton (Rep).
b-M. P. Kinkaid (Rep).
NEVADA.
At large-E. E Roberts (Rep).
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
1-E E. Reed (Dem.).
2-n. R. tteveaa (Dem).
NEW JERSEY.
l?w. J. Browaing (Rep.).
2-J. T. Raker (Dem.).
3?Thomas J. Seully (Dem).
4?Allan B Walsh (Dem).
6-Willlam F.. Tuttle (Dem).
6?Lowis J. Martlrt (Dem.)
7-Robert G. Brenner (Dem.).
8-Eugene F. Kinktad (Dem.).
9?Walter I. IfeCoy (Dem.)
10? Bdarard W. Townsend (Dem ).
11?John J. Eagan (Dem.).
12?James A. Hamill (Dem).
NEW MEXICO.
At large-II. B. Fcrguson (Dem ).
NEW YORK.
1 -I>athror? Brown (Dem).
2?Dennla O'I.earv (Dem.).
3-Frank E. Wilson (LVm.t
4?Harry H. Dale (Dem ).
5?Jamea F. Mahr (Dem.).
? William M. ("alder (Rep.).
7- John J. Fitzp.erald (Dern.i
J- -Danlc-l J GrlfHn (Dem >
I JameelH. 0*Br1en (1
10 H'lman A Metz (Dem.)
11 Da!)!.l J, Blordan (Dem...
12- Henry M. Goldfonle (Der.-i i
13?Tlmothy D. Bulllvan (Dem.j
14- Jefferaon Jf. Lery (Dem.).
IS Mlcha^l F. Cotiry (Dem -
l< Feter J. Doollng iDern).
17?John S Carew (Dem.).
IV-Thomae G. Fatten (Dem).
IP-Frarklln I^-onard, jr. (Dem).
20-Franrla Burton Harrison iDem).
31?-Henry G^orR*-, jr. i Dem )
33? Henry Brurkn?-r (D?m ).
86? Joseph A. Go llden (Dem.).
t4?Woodaon R. Cigleshy (Don..).
88?Benjsmln I Tavl-.r (Dem...
26-Edmund Platt (Rep).
27-Georee McClellan (Dem).
2*-F. raJ Ten Eyck (Dem.).
2r>-J.miJs 8 Farker (Rep).
Jiv-Samu'l Wallin (R.p ?.
31 -Edwln A Merritt. Jr. (Rep).
32-I.uther W. Mott (Rep.)
33-Char>s A. Taloott (Dem )
14 Oeorge w. Falrchlld (Rep.).
? Mi.-htel E. Drifroll (Rep.)
J/.-R.-r'-no E Fayne (Rep I
37?Fdnin S. Fnderhill (Dem ?
"*-Thomas B. Dunn (Rap
89-Henry G Danforth (Rep l
4o?Robert 11. Gltteiih (Dei
4;-f*harlnp B. Rmlth (Dem I
42? Danlel A Driscoll (Dem.).
43-f'har>? M. Hamllton (Kep.).
NORTH CAROLINA.
1?John H. Smjill (Dem.)
2-naud Kltrhln (Dem.).
3 J. W. Falaon (Dem.).
4-E. W. Fou (Dem ).
S?f'harles M Rtedman (Dem.).
0-H. L. Godwln (Dem ).
7?R. N. Fage (Derr.i.
fi?R. L. Doughton (Dem.).
<< K T Webb (Dem )
10-J. M. C'idger, jr. (Dem ).
NORTH DAKOTA.
l-H. T. Helge?>n (Rep.).
2?George M. Young (Rep.)
3?P. D. Norton (Rep).
OHIO.
1? Xleholas Ix>na;wortl] (Rep.;.
2?Alfred G. Allen (Dem.).
8?Warrea Gard (i>m.i,
4?J. H Goeke (Dem )
f.-T. T. Ansberry (Dem >.
6? D. P. Hempstead (Dem >
7-James D. Post (Dem.i.
8-Frank B. WlUla (Rep.).
8?laaac R -lierwood (Demj.
10?Robert t.itzer (Rep).
11?H. C. Claypool (Dem).
)2-E. L. Tavlor, Jr. (Rep).
13-John A. Key (Dem).
14_Will!am C. Sliarp (Dt-m.).
II >orge Whlte (Dem.).
M William H. Fran.la (Dem.).
17?William A Aahbrook (Dem).
18?John J. Whltacra (Dem.).
18?K K. Bathrlek (Dem .
L-ri -William Gordon (Dem).
21-Robert J. Pulkley (Dem.).
At large?Robert M. Oosser (Dem ).
OKLAHOMA.
1?B S McGnire (Rep).
;-Dlck T. Morgan (Rep).
5- B T. Danlels (Rep.).
4-C. D. Farter (Dem ).
6-48eet( Fenla (Dem).
At large?W. H Mmray (Dem).
At large Joe B. Thompson (Dem).
At lHi-ge-Flaude Weayer (Dem).
OREGON.
1?R (J. Smith (Dem).
2?Jamea H. Oraham iDem.).
Z?A. W. EalTerty (Rep).
PENNSYLVANIA. %
1-William R. Vare (Ttep.).
^-George K. Grahain (Kep).
3-J. Hampton Moore (Rep )?
4?George W. Edinonda (Kep.).
6-Mkhael Donohoe (Dem.).
ti-J. Waahlngton Loguc (Dem.).
7-Thomaa S. Buller (Rej'.).
I B R. Difenderfet (Dem).
... William W. (irl?-at (Rep).
10?john K. Farr (Rep)
U-Jolin J ?'aaey (Dem).
12 Robert D. Leo (Dem.).
U Jolin H Kothermel (Dem-).
H~Wlll!am B. Alney (Rep.)
16?William B. Wllaon (Dem).
i| J V I^aher (Dem).
17 it.njamln K. Focht (Rep.).
i| D L Kaulman (Dem).
lft-Jeaae L. Hartman (Rep.).
?j\-~K R Brodbeck (Dem.).
21-riiarlea E. Fattor. (Rep.).
25-4-urtia ii. Orea (Dem.).
f, .\\ N'. Carr (Dem ).
M-4-h'arlea Matthewa (R^P->
S Mllton W. Shre.ve (Rep.).
?-A. .Mltchell Falmer (Dem).
-.; ,i n. Langham <R'P-,'
9 |<r-tei M. Hp^er (Ben.K
SO-fltephen 0 F.-rter (Rep.).
?>_M. byda Kelly 'Bep.V
3i Jamea Franda Burie (Rep.).
r'-Andrew J. Barchfeld (KepJ.
At trge^Artliur \gS%g(*>'
a! )ar|e-Frederlck E. Dewla iRep.).
RHODE ISLAND.
1- George F O'ShaiignesK.v (Dem.).
I Peter Ooelat Gerry (Dem.).
3 -Ambroae Kennedy tRep.).
SOUTH CAROLINA.
1 -George B.. Legare (Dem.).
Z?Joaeph F. Byrne* (Dem.).
0? Wjratt Aiken (Dem.i.
4 Jotiffii .". Johnson (DemJ|
5-Davld B. Flnley (Dcm.i.
6?J. W. Rasr.?d;.le (Dem.).
7?A. F. I?ver (Dem.).
SOUTH DAKOTA.
I?C. H. Dlllon (Rep).
2?rharles H. Burke (Rep.).
3-E. W. Martln (Rep).
TENNESSEE.
i
2--R. A Au8tln (Dem.). ?
I John A. Moon (Dem.i.
4-Coidell Hull (Dem.).
5- V.'. ('. Hoti.ston (Dem I.
0?Joseph W Byrns (Dem.).
7 1. P Padgett (Dem.).
8- T. W. Slins (Dem.i.
? F. .1 Oarrett (Dem.i.
10-K. D McKellar (Dem).
TEXAS.
1?Herace Vaogjto (Dem.).
: Martln Dlsa (Dem.i.
I?Jemes Yount (Dem.).
4-Samuel Rayntirn (Dem.i.
I -Jark Reall (Dem.).
6-Rufus Hardy (Dem.).
7-A. W Gresg (Dem).
9 Joe Nagie (Dem.).
9?George F. Burgcsa (Dem).
K>- A. P Burletson (Dem.).
u Robert L. Henrjr (Dem.)
10?Qscer OsMowsy (Dem.i
10?John 11. Stephens (Dem I.
14?James I.. Blayden (Detn.).
Fv-John M Osraer (Dem.i.
18 W. R Fmtth (Dem.).
At large?Hutton W. Summer (Dem.).
At lerge-D. B. OerretJ. (Dem.).
UTAH.
l~joseph HoweB, (Rep )
! Ifathonlan Thomas (Dem).
VERMONT.
(Flerted in September ">
1-Frank T. Oreene (Rep.).
I?Frank Plomley (Rsp.).
VIRGINIA.
1 Wllliam A Jones (Dem I.
2-V. E Holli.nd 'Dem I
3--A J Monti.ene (Dem.)
??Walter A. watMin (Dem.).
9_E W. Patindery (Dem).
$?rarter l 'laas (Dem.).
7-Jameh Hay (Dem )
$?O. C. Carlln (Dem).
4? r Pnscom Slemp (Rep).
10? II. D. Flood (Dem ).
WASHINGTON.
l-Wllllam F Humphiev 'Rep.)
"-Ptanton Warburtnn (P.1
3-Wiillam A. Da Follette (Rep).
At*large -J. E Froet ?Rep >.
At>large-H. B Dewey (Rep >?
WEST VIRGINIA.
l-John W. Dav'.H (IV'tn ).
t? Wiillam O. Brown (Dem.).
8?Adam B. IJttlepaga ?Dem.).
4-Judge H. H. Ofoss (Rep).
5-James A. Hughes (Rep).
At-i&rge? Heward Bataerlaad (ttep )
WISCONSIN.
1 _H A Cooper (Rep.).
2-M. E. Borke (Dem.).
3?John M. Nelnori (Rep >
4-Wiillam J. Csry (Dem l
E -W. H. ^tafford (Dem |.
*-.] H, DsTldson (Rep)
7-John J. F.soli (Rep).
y K E Rrowne (Reo).
9-Tl.omas F Konop (Dem ?.
10?James J. Freer (Rep i.
I] -Irvtne I. Lenroot (Rep).
WYOMING.
At lsrge- Frank W. Mondell (Rep).
T??
SENATE, DEMOCRATIC
The Majority Estimated at Not
Less Than Twelve Votes.
The BenSte Of tbO 88d Congress will
he Democratic by h msjorlty of not less
th;m twelve roiSS, iDOOmpletO returns
indicate the gain of eeats for the Demo?
crats as follows:
C'olorado . *
Delaware . '
Illlnols . -
Massachusf-tts . '
Nebraska . *
New Jersey. '
Oregon . '
Tennessee . 1
The pres*nt Henat..- stands: Repilb
llcaa, .V); Demooratl. . 43. raCOUOCtSS. 3.
?
WOMEN VOTECONFIDENTLY
Ask No Questions on How to
Cast Ballot in California.
rn> Tetogrsen te Tbe Trfbsae 1
San Fraadsco, Noi I Bhowlag great
famOlaiity erlth Iho tsctonlcal forn^ of
tahiing the hiiiiot. the aressei of fan
Franelsee were not tb) leasi trnn^.i<<i in
reglstering their prefereneeS for I'resi.lent
snd other offlees in the eleetlon to-day.
Th* largesi vot? ever rast ln Han Fran
< tcro wan polled and from 25 to 30 per cent
ceme from the women
Most of the Kiiffraglsts voterl for Roose?
velt. On the whole their ballotH were ca.sf
apalnst Jrletonfl lesrlslattop and for good
liiassiSSS They were avainst a ronstltij
tlons) amendment brtngtag hseb r?<-e
tracks and In favor of fr.e textbooks in
:ne puhlie sehools.
BpofMI ba'lots were few and far t.r
iween and no Informatiori on h.w t<> vot<
v.a* BflOgM from Hie eleetion offielalw. Al
thowgh the nanies of the jndrea up for
eleeti'-n dld not spsear nnder party em
hle'ru!, the eromsfl irere ?<*n verssd in th.
reeords of tlit randldai'.s and voted with?
out hesltatlon.
WOMEN LOSE IN WISCONSIN
Vote on Suffrage Olose in
Michigan Balloting.
(By Telerfraph to The Tnbune.l
Milwaukee. Wls., Nov. fi.-Karly returns
recelved here to-nlKht Indlrat.' that
woman'a suffrage has lost in Wl.iconsln.
Detrolt, Mi<h , N.<v. .' The vote on
woman's FUffrage ln Mleblgan Is ap
parentlv very close arrordln*? to the early
bulletlns from the polls rcvlved here to
nlght.
a??
WOMEN WIN IN ARIZONA
Indications that the Suffrage Amend
ment Is Carried.
fBy TsOsgtSS* lo The Tiibune.]
Phrenix. Ariz.. Nov. .'..-Early returns
here to-night Indicate that woman's suf?
frage has won In Arlzona
WOMEN MAY GET OREGON.
|\,rtland. Ore.. Nov. I -The woman's
Miffras-e atnendinent iJ< runnlng even in
Orefea, aotofdhn is the earty returns
rcoeleed here to-nlKht_
KANSAS FOR EQUAL SUFFRAGE
[By Tel?sraph to The Tribune.)
Topeka, Kan.. Nov. G.-Practlcally every
pre.-lnct heard from at a late hour to
nlnht R-ave a majority for the state equal
suffrage amendmerit
REBELS BLOW UP MEXICAN LINE.
Bl Pa^. Tex.. Nov. t M. xhan rebels
?galn destroyed the MSSOOO Nortliwettern
Railway to-day at points below Juarez.
Thfy dynamlted two large trestks o\er a
canyon west of Chihuahua.
EA
Thousands Gather at Door of
Governor Wilson's Home
and Hear Speech.
''NO FEELING OF TRIUMPH"
One of Responsibilty, Declares
Next President?Enjoys His
Dinner as News of
Victory Comes.
FB- Trlf-Kraph to The Trlhune.)
Prlncetea, N*. J. Nov. 5.?Pilaeateri
T'nlverslty. at 11:30 o'clock to-nlght,
mcred from ataoajaflor Haii, wherc it
haj been watchlng the electlon returns,
ard camped at the door of the next
President of the Fnlted Rtate.1. Prln. e
ton hns not been cheerlng murh stnce
it orent down tr> defeat before the Har
vard football te.tni, m> the vol'-es of
one, thousand undergraduates were all
the mor" lusty. Governor Wilson gave
to the nien of the universlty of which
he wa.s long the head, an outllne of the
task which lay before hlm and the
country. He sald:
I have to-nia-lu no feellng of trlumpn.
I have a feellng of solemn responalhlllty
I realiz^ tiie grgva task which lles ahead
of me atirl the natton. Wc must all ha\f
tha beal temper, the quietest mind. but
tlie most reaolute purpose. This la a
time when all tbougntful men In Affieflca
must stret.-h thelr powers to the utmost
to no thos* thinKM which must be done.
I fe.>i aometlmea that this Is Juet the
beglnnlag. fotl aill see the end. The
course of oiir propresa must be ao pru
dent tr.at It will takr two generatlons to
flnlah lt. The lesson of thla electlon is a
l*sson of reaponalbillty. l Blncerely b.
Ueve that a (treat cause has trlumpned.
One man rannot BOtVO our problema,
nor .-an a atngle aesalon of Oongreas. The
peo'ple Of this countrjr know what they
wanl and can ?et lt. bttt It must be ob
tained by lone; procaaaaa, ln whlrti the
genaratlona to eome will play >-o large :.
purt. I summou you througrh to the rest
of your llvea to auppoii men who look
aheati to the flnal BOlUtlon of our ptob
iema
When the cheers had dled aw.iy Gov?
ernor Wilson stood with bare-d head
and Jolned ln slnging "Old Nassati."
Prlnceton waa aatiaotod. if lt could
not win the football champlonahip lt
had at least elected a )'resident.
At mldnlght Governor Wilson re
celved a nicssage of congratulation
from President Hibhen of PrlnreMn. It
was a? follows:
Tn the namt- of Frlr.ceton Fnlverr.ltv, I
exi?-nd to you the conaratulatlons an.i
t. bI artahea of vour alma mat??r upon
your .-lr.-tlon to the Presldency of the
Unlted Statea.
Governor Marshall telegraphed:
"I palute you, my chleftalr- in all
love and loyalty "
dovernor Wilson anawered:
"My w.trmest thaaka for your gen
aroua telegrata. Your part in the eaav
palgn wa.s a sourco of great etrenxth
and stimulation. Now for th-- deop
pleaauro of cloaa aaaoflotlon in a groat
work of nattonal servlce."
William Rulzer telegraphed:
"Beal wishea and atinere ?ongratiila
tiona."
Qovernor Wlleon'o repty was.
"My fllivere.-t ? ongratulationa and
ararm thanks for vour measage."
Qovernor Wtlaon eallaal U h day at
12:30 o'clock an.i went to bed He lafl
orderi that he was not to be called
1 untii noon
The Bral raturno ro^etraol by flar?
arnor WUaon were telephoned to hlm
by his Bocretary, Joeepn Tumulty, at
ii 3Q o'clock. They arere from flva elec?
tlon dlatrlcta outside of greater Nrw
York. and showed a vote for hlm of
Mii. as 1 ompared to Bryaa'o vote of B08
in 1908. Taft, his nearoat corapetltor,
had 792, ahllo Rooaeeeit tralled ? Ith
480
\.r OUiouraging." was th" Qov
prnor'a onl) commant Next camo
cbeerlng news from Malne. AHhougb
th>- returns arere cotnlng ln raptdly by
this time, tho Democratic candldate r>
fuaod to dala) big dlaner. with the
?OUp ramo the news that New York
waa "clnched" Ifaaoachuaattg wa?
nerved with the flah. (Tie?*rtng now*
was flaahed fr -1 Vermont as the roaat
camo on, Maryland awuag into line
with the salad, and Mlnneaota was
nerved up as an unexpectcl and addi
tlonal desHcrt.
The Htorm of bullotlna could not
chack the Qovernor'n dinner. Ry the
t1mo after dinner COtToa) wa? ?<?rved
Mrs Wilson and hef tliree da'.ijrhL-rs
arere dlsiussirig the, proper shade of
wall paper for the Kf.at Room.
-?g
MONROE GOES DEMOCRATIC
Wilson and Sulzer Both Carry
Rochester.
[By Tatagraaa) to The Tribun* 1
Roeheatar, Kov. p ?The result of to
day'O ?I'-ctlon In BochaOtar and Monroe
County is, in a larKf meaaure, a beoa to
the Republican orpanlzatlon Not only haa
Wllaon carried tha dty, bul later teturns
ahow that b< has carried tlu tounty by
? smail plurality.
Hulzer carrlf.l th^ city hy 2?'.l plurality,
an.i has ruti even wtth Wilson ln th?
town?. The resulta all arourid are amaz
Ina. At this hour, wltli flfte.-n out of a
total of IM dlatrlcta heard from. It ap
paara that the entir^ Dantocratta atato
tlck< t baa a plurality in this atan'h Re
pui.ii. aa ? ounty.
Bocheater giv.-a the fallovlng vote on
Prealdent ?nd Governor; Wilson, 13,4^0.
Taft. IXfJO; Rooaevelt, 11.KC; Daba ?."ia"
Chapin. 891 hulz.-r. ll,?'7; Badgta, 14,628;
Straus. I&OM
ELON R. BROWrM WINS
Elected Senator in 35th Dis
trict, but Loses Home County.
[H-. Talagrapti la fhe TrgOaae.]
\N'atertown. Pf. V., Nov. 5- After one of
the hard'-st pollti.al icnt^stN f\^r e/agod
in th. gHb ganatu Dootrlei, ^x-s^n
ntor Klon H. Hrowp la probably elected
aeet OagrgOJ ' ? Sliennan, althoimh tlie
Indlcatlons ar?> that he has lost hla hom?
(ounty Hla ahaociatea In the flglit. lona
before the polla were caoaed, agreed that
he could not carry JefTerson ('ounty, but
expressed the hope that he would capture
OawegO Foiinty, and even Intlmated that
they had been put Into poaeeaslon of In
formation on which they could bank
that Democrats ln Oa^eao County would
throw theh auppoit to Senator Rrown.
a
THE TRIBUNE'8 ROOM AND
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Advt ?
i:?
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at Eleven East Thirty-sixtk Street in tKe Gtyof NeVYork
under tKe dircction of
Mr. ArthurVeel Rose
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.Kovember Seventri
One thousand.nine hundred and twelve
BULL iOSES OVERFED
"Our Mary" Vainly Tries to Find
Watcher to Eat Sandwiches.
COMMANDEERED AUTO, TOO
Beofsteak and Other Viands
Were Bcing or Had Been
Devoured Everywhere.
If several score of perfectly good Pro
grcssive party watchers at the polls are
t.ot writtung in th?? throes of lndlgestlon
thl.s m.rnlng It won't be any thanks to
ttietr .ittentlve friends
Judgtrtg from the ebserystlona of a
TrlbOpS resertOf who toured aronnd
among the polllng ptaceo with Mlss Mary
Donnelly, every wife, diiught^r. mother.
hister cotisln and aunt of a Bull Moose
was engaged ln oaterlng for those watrh
ers, an<l there was not a luxury they did
not enjoy.
Mlts Donnelly started out herself with
UM i.enevolent tntention of feeding sand
arlcbeo to the wstrhers.
She had spent the morning helping 00111
larn Oraal Brown. who was out with au
tomebllea servlng the lMh Assembly Dts
trlet prllmg plii.es with dellortcles pre
pared by his wtfe, the club president and j
M.M.Mtt'.
At 1 O'cleefc 'Our Mary" landed at the
Rull Moose state headrjuarters, at No 10
BoaO Htk atreel
"Hrothor, I want an automoblle," she
aaaottiiesd ganerally to the weary and
. n palltlefaaa "Tboso boys ef ears
at the paQs must be starvlng. It's me to
h'istle them some sandwiches rlght away."
"Our Mary" Gats a Car.
Ludoif Q gcbreeder, cewpstgn man
ager, had hi* tourlng car there. He had
an lmportant engagement with a nomlnee.
too. but he dropped it lnstantly when
"Our Mary's" eye fell on him.
"With a Rull Moose.," he aald gallantly.
"all engagcments go by tho beard when
the ladles rerjulre hla servtces."
Mibs I lonnelly took two other Moos
ettea along to atwttst. Mlss Dorothy Toatss
snd Mr- A. t-'erry. They are relncarna
tlOfllstSi ?nd explalned to the Trlbune re
poiter that they were for Teddy from th-:
MteaJJstk point of vlew.
'Ibe flr^t pollliiR place vislted waa a
cigar sliop at No. 41 j Second avenue
"Well, hrothers." crled Mlss Iionnelly
H.s slie made her trlutnphant entry. saiut
ed by the patrolmen on guard. greeted by
binllinR pollti.lanH and followed by the
eager Mlss Coates and fcjfs, Perry. who
had never been In a polllng place before,
but told earh other they were sure they
liad been staieamen in some future ln
carnatlon, it all seemed so intereatlns: and
famlllar; "well, brothert. I've brought you
MMSS sandwiches. I know you're starved
with your long hours watching the votes
for Teddy what I"
And then Misa Donnelly stopped shon.
for there before the two watohers was a
steamlng bee.fsteak. flanked by some In
rllgeiitible dessert and other matter*.
? Well, I'm glad tho Progressive women
of the old 14th Assembly Pletrlet are such
good cooks." sald "Our Mary."
At tho next p d'lng pla<e. No. CIT F.ast
24th street. the two young fellows who
n.ted as Bull Moose WatebjOM were
slmply burrounded by good thlntfs to eat
It was explalned to Mlss Donnelly, with
profuse thanks. that the wlfe and daunh
ter of Timothy Healy. lubor leader. were
looklng otit for the cullnary end of the
election down there.
Next the automoblle halted before the
polllng place at No. 49?5 8econd avenue
"Our Mary." with Mr. Schroeder and her
two attendsnt Moosettes. made | hrlef
rafl lr.slde and came out looking sllghtly
dejected.
"Tiie ho>s are eatlng turk?y," she mut
tered; "turttey and i. e ereaSB.*1
Btlt If the men dldn't want "Our
Mary's" sandwiches they halled her pres
ence with great enthuslasm. They seemed
to feel that she was one of them -almost.
"Sure you'll be votlng ln a few years.
Its goln' the ladles' way. We all see It"
Captain James Spencer, a eeasoned Tam
manylto of the 14th, told her.
"Urother," Mlss Donnelly ssld to hlni,
sorrowfully, "I'm grleved fo see a Rood
looklng man llke you votln" for Wilson
How you can help swlngln" to Teddy I
don't see"
Bul tho captain wouldn't be drawn lnto
n dlscusslon. "Och, hows Mrs. O. H. P.
Belmoht"" he tnqulred. JovlaJly.
Mr. Schroeder consclentlously went lnto
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$5 to $8.
Sixth Avenue
it Niaeteeatb St.
548 Fifth Avenue
ubove Fortj-lifth Street
?very potllng place ?1th "Our M.iry" to
keep her from ele.-tloneerlng. but failed
Igni.minloualy in every In-tatice.
About 3 ociock ln tha aftornoon, no
tl.-lng that he waa be. wratag worn with
tl,. strain. she dlsmlsavd hlm and his
automobile with thanks, and proced.-.l
,m thelr way to other polllng placea. atlll
hoplng to tlnd a hungry walcher who
would not scorn aandwlchea.
GAS KILLS FAJCLY OF FIVE
Father Dios Kneoling by Bedside;
Mother Found Clasping Babe.
Toledo, Nov. 6.-A famlly of flve was
found dead from gas aaphyxlation ln their
home here at noon to-day. The dead are
George W. Haasen, twenty-four, an auto
moblle tester; his wlfe. twenty-two. and
their three chlldren?Wiillam, three:
Dorothy, two, and Mary. six monthe.
Tbe uooioa prera dad in nU'ht eiothin*;.
the man ln a blUOlbag attitude beslde th.
bid. Tha youngcst chlld wa* claeped ln
the mother's arms. The dlseovery was
made when a sister of Haasen called at
the house and could not obtain admlt
tance. 8he called the poilce, who forced
an entrance.
The fatal fumes came from two stoves,
found still burnlng by tho poltee.
EXCHAMPION 8WIMMER OEAD.
Newburg. N. T.. Nov. 5. Andrew Trautz,
slxty-seven years old, champlon swlmmer
of America ln the 70s, was found dead
ln bed at Hlghland Falls to-day. Hc won
and lost a mateh with Roe, tho Engllsh
champlon swlmmer

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