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LANDSLIDE GROWPresident
President Roosevelts TriumplComplete
CompleteTHE
THE SOLID SOUTH BROKENEven
Even Missouris Legislature IsRepublican
RepublicantnllHl
tnllHl Slntos Senator Corkrclli Kucorsior
tlll lie a Iteiiubllcan Xcw Yorkisplendid
splendid Plurality How lllcetng WaiSprnlrlicilISov
SprnlrlicilISov Peaboily of ColoradoHeclPCleil
HeclPCleil SanIn OefeatMl In Hlintlo10anil
10anil ililleksi Nennlnrlal Anplrallnnn
llnnn Cheokod Acaln nolawares IfifMature
Mature Vcalnst Him riy Five Votes > fMdn
Mdn Safe In tllo Hepulillenn IJneTheodoro
Theodoro Roosevelt will roceivo 313dctira
el ctiml vots for Prrsitlentof the UnitedStir
Stir Aton B Pnrkors olectoml votewill
will lio 1S3 or IS less than tho number conrrded
med to him by Mr Roopovelts oamrnlgnmimiKoro
mimiKoro Missouri long rognrdod asimpregni
impregni by IVmoeratio is Republicannn
nn the national tjeket nnd the Republicansill
1111 control t ie Legislature which willrect
rect n successor to United Sttea SenatorFrancis
Francis JInrion CockrollColorado
Colorado Dehwaro Idaho Nevada WestVirsinin
Virsinin thoStntos that Republicans classedns
ns doubtful nnd Indiana winch the Democrats
crate protended to think wn In doubtnil
nil turned In hnndromn Republican pluralities
ities Pnil < or rot only n port of the solidSouth
SouthCorrected
Corrected election returns from the nlxtyono
ono counties In Now York Stnte only confirm
firm the figures printed In the various editions
tions of TilE StN yesterday Higgins wnsknifed
knifed unmcrcclfully throughout the Statefloosovelt
floosovelt rocrivrd such a voto ns oven hinmost
most ardent rnttirons lad not thought ofpi
predicting Ho lost only rOl r counties nrdhisplumlltloR
his pll1mlltlf in flftywvon counties oggrcgatM
gated 214SC3 Parker carried only fourcounties
counties Now York Juens Riohmondand
I
I and Schohnrio Those counties pnvo pluraltlee
I
altle for tho Democratic canditlat RgRregatlng
gating 40450Itocsevelts
Itocsevelts net plurality il the State 1111
174434 It Is greater by 31000 than wasMcKlnleyfi
I McKlnleyfi 1000 plurality In the State It isfea I
I fea times as great os the plurality TheodoreHoceovelt
Hoceovelt received in IFflB when on bisreturn
return from the Spanish war he was electedGovernor
I GovernorliiRgins
liiRgins carried fiftyfive counties nndIlerrlck
I Ilerrlck six Kings Now Ycrk QueonsItichmond
Itichmond Rcckland and Scbohario HlRglnss
glnss counties pave pluralities for him8RtregntinB
8RtregntinB 1C2S12 Hcnicks pluralitiesAmounted
Amounted to tfl7C3 malting ItlgglniiH netplurality
plurality KOCO 1 his Is ten dines the plurality
rality that Odell rocilvcJ whon lie was clntedin
In 12
u Yorl CItY delegation in theLopMaturo
LopMaturo will include nine RepuhlioansInstiad
Instiad of ten as prlnttil yesterday TheScnnlo
Scnnlo will In Republican by twenty votennd
nnd In joint nes ion the Republicans willhave
have I majority of eightyfour I all thellcpulilicnns
llcpulilicnns vote for the caucus nomlnuof
ft ho Republican mnmbHrs for rnltcdStates
States Senator to succeed Chauncuy MIU
IU H > W the newly elected Senator willropoivi
ropoivi 1rmorratio H votes rnndidnte agalnnt fiftyright for the1rmorratio
DVIS FAMILY IRIEVFDnUuppnlntoil
nUuppnlntoil Orr thr hosIng Made InTlirlr
Their Ilimir CounttiMniniASl
lnlIASI Mil Nov Oln the homeprciinct
prciinct of oxSonntop henry O DavisHi
Hi Klkins ho rocoivod 10 votes ahead oftl I
lie > titoo Mr Davis early concededUK
UK national election to the Republicansanl
ann wid lio hoc no comment to make rutl
ttiT than that he wotili be highly gratifiedif
if Ins own town rind county would givehim
t him n COt vote The result owevori
i > n I < tholo was disappointingMr
WR dllppintnr
Mr lavis < son John T Davis just connhsent
vno opnl from typhoid fever worked hardrr
rr hi father The brother of the dofintixl
fintixl candidate Col Tliomos R Davisis
I is muoli dlsappolnvd thnt ho did not carryMineral
Mineral county whore a considerable sumviw I
viw B > ont to get out the vote Col DalaI
h sail to have declared that It was his lastcontribution
contribution lo politics He fully expectedthat I
that hh county would show more looulJiride II
Jiridellt
IluI STREET PAYS ITS RETSKalil
Saul That Morn Tan S2sno < < ChanirdHanili 1
hands on ElectionYesterday
Yesterday was payday In Wall Street forthof
thof who lost o tho election Reports
I the Street were that between 1250
and 27ioooo will change hands H wasdifficult
nr 1 O wi chnge
difficult to find the losers but the heaviest1nnors
1nnors generally are known to 0 A AHousman
Housman A Co who took in about 700000nhotiield
nhotiield I MeCullouch backed Rooseveltchanan
for about t 0 whilst Blnnel t Euchanan
chanan who placed In all about 400000rB
ars tito heavy winners Among thn losersare
are those who placed commissions of IIW
roo of plOd through Ratchollr
1 lr k Adeo M J Kleman Mid that heh
hAd lost a but 180 mostly o Parkercarrying
carrying the State for account of prom
nfl DemocratsTHF
1I THF PRESIDENT FEELS GOODHut
Hut Mnt ciod Enough to Wheel HecretaryTaft
Taft a Block In P MUeHbarrowWAMIINOTOK
I WAMIINOTOK Nov Lflio Presidentas
Waji talking with Sccrftnry cf War Taft andPoetnidRtcrOencral
PoetnidRtcrOencral Wynne today aboutthn
the rletion rslurns Mr Roosevelt wu Inrinfl
tine MilrCs nnd remarkedI
Ih feel s 3 good about this that I almostjn
r1sh I had mode a bit to wlioel a man lund
th 1 hlrck in n wheelbarroweii
hel r > TaftremarkedMrWynnewhy
why not wheel him around
bfcrtUry Taft wtlgha In round nuniit
b A 8 pcamda The Prldcnt Inujhrr
Il that he didnt feel quite e good asI
I H
CLAIM PEAliODYS ELECTIONneturni
Return Slow In Colorado hit RepublicanAre
Are ConfidentDENVKH
DENVER Col Nov OWith over twentjcounties
counties t hear from and nina precinctIn
In Denver not yet reported on tho RepubHenna
Henna continue to claim the reelection olQov
Qov Peabody and of Brook B Congressman
man at large These and the School SuperIntendent
Intendent aro the only doubtful points Intho
tho State election result Bonynge andHogg
Hogg for Congress and the remainder olthe
the State ticket being elected by the RepubIcons
IconsThe
The legislature will undoubtedly have aRopubllon
Republican majority in both branchesIt
I doos not elect a United State Senatorbut
but onehalf of the new State Senatorswill
will ho holdovers and participate in a Senatorial
tonal term expiresExtensive election In 1007 when Pattersonsterm
Extensive frauds ore known to have beenperpetrated
perpetrated in Denver In one suburbanprecinct
precinct no Republicans were allowed tovote
vote for several hour in tho morning andIn
In another a Republican Judge refused k
sign fraudulent returns after a bribe wasoffered
offered to him and ho was imprisonedXEYADA
XEYADA StltELY REPVULICAX
atrat neturni Indicate 3OOO Purl
for HooscyeltRENO
RENO NovNov 0 Although the returnsiro
iro incomplete and are coming in very16wly
slowly from tho remote districts tho Remblicans
mblicans have yarded the State by nt least
2000George
George S Nixon Republican was electedMnlted
United States Senator against Gov Johniparka
Sparks to succeed Senator StewartThe
The Congress fight i close with 1 possibility
bility that E Van Duser Democrat I
looted by a close margin but the Republican
can State central committed still claimshe
the election of Verrington Republican by
a small majority Frank H NorcrossRepublican
Republican 1 elected Supremo Judge bya
a large majorityMICKEY
MICKEY WIXS IX XEBHA8KAlepiililtcan
Republican Candidate for Governor Has
37000 MajorityIIKCOIJC
IIKCOIJC Nob Nov O According tolie
Ihe figures received at Republican headquarter
quarter the Nebraska Legislature is nlrnost
tOt unanimously Republican Every oneif
or the thirtythree Senators Is a Republlan
Nn and b7of the lOCUnemborsof theHotueiro
iro Republicans This Is the largest maority
ority the Republicans over had In thatx
body Tlio figures however are notjfficinl
jfficinl but are approximately correctEvery
Every one of the six Congressmen Is aRepublican
Republican McCarthy who 0 believed
tn ho beaten In the Third has 2000 maonly
only and Hitchcock Democrat in thoSecond
Second In beaten by 800 by Kennedyorris
Xorril Republican in the Fifth tho onlyther
other disputed district has a safe lead ofICO
ICOTwentyfive complete counties cut oflinety
ninety in the State give Mickey Republicanor
ror Governor 7C40 and Ire fucionUt
08 As the Republican nominee lies
a net gain In these counties of 2189 it t
licates a plurality of about 12000 for himThe
The chief interest ocnlrtw In whetherBarker
Barker or Watson trill poll the larger votevlth i
vlth chances now fey oring tho formerIt
It is not unlikely that R oosevnlts pluralityvlll
I vlll run 60000 or 90000 with a majorityif
I or about 40000Tho
Tho legislative figure put Mr Bryanjotnpletely
completely out of tho Senatorship anduean
I mean the election of Congressman Elmer
J nurkett who has just boon rcelectedi
i a fourth time In the First districtWAKE
I WAKE RESWXATIOX AGAIXluinnr
I luinnr Ttiat I If In the Presidents Ilanitiand
and U Dated Oct OWASHINGTON
I WASHINGTON Nov 9The report hasgain
gain been revived that Eugene K Wareummisxloner
I ummisxloner of Pension will loon retirerom
rrom tho publo service In foct the rexjrt
I ion goes > < I fur BH to nay that Mr WaresBslRiiatlon
I BslRiiatlon Is In the hands of Presidentoosttvelt
I oosttvelt and that It bears the date ofct
Oct I It U said further that Mr Wareiuootw
iuootw < or has already been selected Thisit
it understood to h3 James L DavenportIriit
Virtt Doputy Commissioner of PenMonvvho
who U known to ba Wares choice I he Isiwrrnttted
iwrrnttted to have any Bay in the matterTha
The oft repeated Ware resignation
rumor has been a Joke in fortwo
two year Ever since tho Kansas poettookthe
took the job Iw has banked In the whitelight
light of publicity nnd ho han rx > etedlytaken
taken partln running debates with the nnwipapcrv
papcrv When approached by newspapermen
papo takes it for granted hat he U to bequestioned
questioned as to tho probability of hisretirement
retirement and he usually anticipates theinterviewer
interviewer by remarkingI
Nil I have not reIgnal todn Hotired
tired of the Cammlsilonorshlii of Pensionsnoon
noon after he was Inducted Into officeHe
ill II Mid to have Indicated to tho President
dent early in October that he a roadyto
to quit Immediately upon tho qualificationof
of his successor but he wan induced toremain
remain temporarily and iris retirementIs
Is now oxpootoi tobo announced the latterpart
part of the month or early in DecemberGOT
GOT Tim JACK THK HIPPERCincinnatis
Cincinnatis Criminal Knnekrd lnonnicloui
icloui While Attacking a GirlCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI Nov 9Undor veil of athin
CNCINNAI morning another girl baoamatho
tho victim of the Cincinnati Jack thiRipper
Ripper and was saved from the fate sharedby
by May McDonald Lulu Mueller and AlmaStclrowag
Stclrowag only bythe appearance of herbrother
Stlrowag This was preceded Monday nightby
murderous attack on still anothergirl
by 1 murderU otlck tl anot
girl l each day passes tho mystery shrouding
ing the Ripper murders grows deeperand
and the police arts a far from a solutionof
of the crimes as they were on the day thofirst
te crml8 II
first victim was slain Two luepct arrested
I rested yesterday were released todayafter Iarlr
rAt tray subjected to the tMrddegree
degree of the sweatbox without availLillte
Lillie Rodeflold was attacked this morning
ing while passing Spring Grove Cemeteryon
on her way to work Her brother who wasnear
near by arrived Just as the assailant wasabout
about to drag tho girl into tho vacant lotwhere
abut the throe girls were attacked andfelled
felled him unconscious with a terriOo blowThe
rele
The man Is now in tho city hospital with afractured
fractured skull and the police have beenunable
unable to learn his Identity He appearsto
unble
to dlmento but the police think ho taresponsible
murdersMario
responsible for the three mureNInro
Mario Miller a CummUvllle girl of 2
was attacked almost at the door of herhome
home on Monday evening Her screamsbrought
brought neighbors out and her aiiailantfled
brulh track were traced In the looseearth
ttd Ha
earth as far ns the cemeterynKX
nKX TOY ARK MICK LGflWrS
I flWrS Port Wine tnt CJr rr JuiceII
ry
j I T Dm e > a Horn Co IW fulton Si N YAdri
i
POSSIBLE CABINET CHANGESSECnETAItY
SECRETARY lU1IT IS BELIE EElILI
WILL sOT RETIREThe
The Change May Conilit Chiefly ofShifting ISlfUnl
Shifting About nether Than AetnaItetlremrntt
Itetlremrntt Cortrlyou May HUCCCMShaw
Shaw at Secretary of the TreasuryWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov gNow that Presldent
dent Roosevelt lies been elected by thepeople
people t servo a full term of four yearbeginning
beginning the 4th of next March it is oxpooled
pooled that several changes in the Cabinetwill
will be announced not later than that dateWhile
While the campaign a In progress therewas
was naturally much interest in the question
tion of Mr Hays continuance in the Cabinet
net as Secretary of State for It is well knownthat
that what Mr Hay was modest enough tcrefer
refer to in his campaign speech as tho wiseforeign
foreign policy of President Roosevelt Ureally
really his own policy and that If he erto
rly hl
to retire from tho Cabinet Mr Rooseveltwould
would feel the loss more keenly than anybody
body elseH
H can be said with confident that noformal
formal arrangement has been made Itwen mtween
wren the President and Mr Hay ns to thelength
length of time which tho Secretary shallserve
serve but Ill just as certain that the Secretary
retary has no other Intention at prceentthan
than to continue indefinitely n Mr Roosevelts
volts chief of staff The President Is BOconfident
confident of this that ho h talked withsome I
some of his intimate friends about it withinthe
the last few weeks and Ills confidence intliis I
this respect wax undoubtedly responsiblefor
for the recent statement ascribed to Benjamin
jamin Ide Wheeler of the University ofCalifornia
California that the President had told himthat
that M Hay had promised to remain intho
the State DepartmentThere
There is reason to believe that citherthe
the newspapers did not quote Mr Wheelerliterally
literally or that I Wheeler misunderstood
derstood what the President told himAt
At any Trite the fact eecmi to b that whileMr
Mr Hay ha not piomUed to remain he hano
no intention of rmigning from the CabinetIt I
It Is the custom at the end of a Presidential
dential term for eacbmember of the Cabinetto Ito
to tender his resignation to ho President
In order that he may lie at liberty to rearganizo
arganizo his Cabinet if he eo desire Thiscustom
custom will undoubtedly b followedshortly
shortly before March 4 by all the prosnntmembers
members of the Cabinet but it Ui certainthat
that the President will decline to acceptMr
Mr Hays resignation and there If the beetif
if reasOn to believe that the Secretarywill
will accept a rrappointmcntThat
That there will be some changes in theCabinet
Cabinet however there i no doubt butiho
iho changes may consist chiefly of 1 sonral
ral shifting about rather than actual roirements I
irements There has hron sonic quietalk
alk in Administration recently of thelosslbllity
losslbllity that Secretory Shaw will notjontlnup
jontlnup In charge of the Treasury portollo
ollo Inter than the 1th of MarchThere
There Is tome interesting speculation
t regard to tho future of George B Corelyou
elyou formerly Secretary of CommerceimlIjabor
imlIjabor and now chairman of tbo nationil
al committee Many persons have takent
It for granted that Mr Cortelyou wouldappointed I
he appointed PostmasterGeneral withinhe
tll nest few weeks or months the awumpion
ion being that Robert J Wynnowa opirjinted
ImlntN only temporarily to that oft inrder
rder that Mr Cortelyou might finish hisivork
ivork as chairman of the national comnittee
nittee Them has appeared to bf a Roodleal
leal of ground for this report for I isnown
known to have been tIme intention of 1nsiient
dent McKInley to appoint Mr CortelyouPostmasterGeneral
PostmasterGeneral and ho would Hubseiently
iently have done KI I lie bar livwlMoreover
Moreover Mr ortelyou entered tholovernment
lovernment service as a clnrk in the PoetDfflco
Dfflco Department and fnr sentimentalpasons
if other he might
r pasons therefore Ir for no
hu supposed to have an ambition to Ienode
node Pof tmaMerieneral The PresidentIM
ha recently Piild to chose personal friendslowevcr
lowevcr that there was no definite arangement
angement as to Mr Cortelyous futurex
x itioii In the Administration nIt houghhe
he makes no secret of the fact thut he Inends
ends to appoint him to some position ofilgh
high dignity and usefulnessMr
Mr Cortelyou would like to br npplntd
of the Treasury and there are
persons In Washington
he will be the successor of Ieslle M Shawin
in that important I > ostAnother
Another possible change In the Cabinetis
is the portion of Secretary of the InteriorMr
Mr Hitchcock ha already served Mivcralmonths
months longer than any of his predecessorrand
and he might not be apr within thenext
next few months to retiring to private lifeThere
There Is no ground so far as con hI learnedfor
for the somewhat sonational reports thathave
have been circulated from time t timethat
that the President U not In hearty sympathy
pathy with Mr Hitchcocks administration
SinO John U Carlisle was Secretary o ftho
the Treasury probably no member of thoCabint
Cabinet has been s bitterly attacked bymembers
members of his own party an SecretaryHitchcock
Hitchcock Influential Senators and Rpresentativeit
rtflontatlves in Congress tried in vain t
induce President MaKlnloy to relieve htmof
induc Pldent and these efforts have beenrenewid
renewed from time to time nine Mr iloosovclt
edt became President B > 4h Mr MoKlnloynnd
nnd Mr Eooaevcft flood by the Secretaryand
and tho efforts of Mr Hitchcocks cnmifscame
came to nothingIn I
In view of his long service however itis
is regarded Q a strong probability thatlie I
he will wish to retire from offloo within thenext
next 1 w moth In that event it Isprobable I
probable that Victor H Metcalf of California
prbhle present Secretory of Commerceand
and Labor will b appointed to succeedhim
him If that change is made It will bsnecenaary
necenaary probably to go outside of thepresent
present Cabinet in order to find a successorohangps
PNlt abiet I orer
ror Mr Metcl and i all the talk or CnbietOhg1
ohangps up to this time no name hM beenmentioned
Intone i that connectionThere
There is no probability of other changesin
in the Cabinet I Is said authoritativelytoday
today that there is no present intentionof
of appointing Secretary William H Taftto
to the Supreme Bench although there WMa
a report a few days ago that he wouldprobably
probably succeed Chief Justice Fullerearly
early next spring Secretary Taft expecta
hoots to continue at th head of th WarAttorneyGeneral
Dparmt indefinitely end It 1 the drslror
or the President that be do 8
AttorneyGeneral William H Moody I
U now believed will continue a th chiefdefinite
i nr blev Ovemnt for an i
definite period as will Secretary of theNavy
pro
Navy Paul Moro
Secretary Wilson will protahly continueat
at the bead of th Agricultural Department
meat where h has won the enthusiasticadmiration
admiration of the President Mr Roosevelt
th
velt would bo sorry to lose hU ssrvloesand
and would undoubtedly refuse to accepthis
his resignation If It were offeredF
Falblnable MarrlikKThf
Thf wrddlnr hi fcanountrd of Miss Purity Swrtrnd
and llr Con Vf nlf ncr both of sugar Cans Countrunion
TM union A rnrptfd In tin Umous cnVSTAL
nOMINO ItOAI AI corers t1rrwbrt 6 lbaat
aat blta onlrAet
I
I
AintlCKS IlLOVKEU A1MLacks
Lacks Five Votes of Controlllnc the lrll
Inture of DelawareWILMIKOTOK
WILMIKOTOK Del Nov 0 Revised oat
mates of the next General Assembly shothat
that J L Addlcks Is no nearer his nmbltloito
to IK United States Senator than ho vaa ltthe
the last Bcsstpn of tho Legislature Thcrwill
will bo thlrtono Republicans and twentyono
on Democrats on joint ballot in tho LegisInture
Inture requiring twentyseven to elect Atthe
the most liberal estimate Addlcks cannoget
get more than twentytwo votesIn
In New Castle county the Republicanhave
have only nix representatives and fouSenators
Senators The Republicans nro set ciowras
R stanch opponent of Addicks and tlmIs
Is why they were elostod AddlckH woulchavo
havo to get five of them to make up hiitwentyseven
twentyseven Thus there 1s no espectation
tion that he can b electedPreston
Preston Lea for Governor suffered somewhat
what nt the hands of Chandlers friendsbut
hut will have 2 O plurality In time StntoDr
Dr I R Burton Is pent to Congress and al
tho Republican Stuto ticket i elected by nrrlfc
verified majority of 4500I100SEVELT
rrlfc majorly 46IwmiE1EIT
I100SEVELT TO COIITELYOI JitWhite
White Iloufe Telegram That Inspired aHailto
Naliite of 21 OnnsnBTniRliKM
nBTniRliKM Pa Nov oA salute 01twentyone
twentyono un was fired at midnifihnt
at tho Old Moravian Military School Nazareth
reth Hall after Cadet Cortelyou eon of tinchairman
chairman of the national Republican committce
mlle had received thIs telegam
Wnrrr HocsnGrorof
Grorof It Corfvsu Jr cart of Dr JurnXatarcth
Xatarcth HallI
I am elected No campaign In this conntrIIBS
IIBS ever been carried on a higher or more effectlre
fectlre basis thau your father had carrleion
on tils Tiironont HOOSKVELTKVOX
KVOX IIOOM FOX 190SPlttfburc
Plttfburc Star In to Name the Krnatnfor
for PivdlclFntPnrsiivr0
Pnrsiivr0 Nov oP C Knox In ionsIittsburR
IittsburR had hardly tunflilod out of bwthis
this morning when this cry wits hcarilnnd
nnd as the day grew the cry Brew and a fullflodRoJ
fledged boom was on for Pennsylvaniajunior
junior Senator for the Presidents tlmliIn
In IW8 Nor did the Internet abate when Itbecame
became known that Senator Knox badbeen
been cnlltvi out of led at 7 A M by a tllg31
grara from President RooseAelt one whlhhe
he refused to eliot k even his meat intimate
mate friendsTlie
The boom for Knox was not bcrn at dnybrefllc
brefllc either Those who are close t theox1nitod
ox1nitod States AttornerOpnoral Fnyto
today that President Hwpcvrlt and thoentire
entire AdmlniFtratlon have boon hack c
this for fH rno time ever since it was RURKPftetl
KPftetl that Knox should leave the Cabinetand
all become Irlted States SenatorHow
low about this boom for the ProsiJoncy
Joncy In 101S Senator Knox was nckedas
as he canio out of the MononKobela ClubIhls
his afternoonThats
Tots nice Isnt I paid the Senatoraughing
aughingWhat
What do you know abut ItOb
Ob I dont take things like that terljtisly
jtisly at this distanceLEVEXSOX 0lJEW
LEVEXSOX STILL FIGITTIXCay
ay riolftroRle Hasnt Won Latter Snreof
of ha KlectlonTim
Tim reelection of Congrossiran Coldoglo
ogle in tho Ninth Congress district wasllxpited
llxpited yesterday by his RnpublicnnPponent
opponent Joseph I > vcn on Time latteroclared
oclared that ho had carried tho district
dolar Mr Levrnson hadn
by about fifty votes IlnMI
Edward Lautorbnchostorday
nn interview with Lutrblchyterj
ostorday and later paid that the Repubican
ican lenders would back him up In a ponet
sat in the courts for the seat Mr Lorenon
lon wants a recount charging fraud nudntlmldetlon
ntlmldetlon in several of the electionUstricts
UstrictsCongrewtman
Congrewtman Golclfoglo said last nighthat
hat there wouldnt ho any contest lK cnu t
he had boon elected Ho declares that houis
IlLS a plurality of 321 The dUputo ovtrhe
thl flat was widely discussed on the Eastiide
Side yesterday In otto carl a man offoredo
10 bet 10 to S 00 that Ix > vonson would IHleated
leatedVOTED
VOTED WITH IllS SERYAXTSllkhop
llkhop Kmllh EienrtMl the Poll Three Xrcrncii tothe
PHILADELPHIA Nov gThe Rev DrAlexander
Alexander MackaySmlth Episcopal BlMiopCoadjutor
Coadjutor of Pennsylvania went out wuljnnd
nnd voted for Roosevelt yesterday Hiwent I
went over to the polling placo in companjwith
with three negroes and left again in thelicompany I
company None had on his hat not eventhe
comp
the UlshopTho I
The Bishop IH n Republican anti a Roosevelt
volt man His three negro servants rallo
also The Bishop suggested that they allgo
go over together and the blacks warnedpleased
pleased Tho polling place was in n llttltcigar
cigar store and tho advent of Dr Smithwith I
with three blacks and no hat surprisedthe
the Judges for a momentThe I
The blacks voted first and the Bishopbrought
brought up the end of the lineVJflOXISTS
UNIONiSTS IFJV IX PORT RICOncpntilleins
ncpntilleins Beaten for thenrtt Time InThat
That Idanrtflftetal
flftetal Cable Dnpctch to Tint RrxBAN
SAN JtA P Ro Nov 9The UnionIsts
ists were successful In the electionsheld
held here ousting the Republicans whohad
had been in control nine the establishment
ment of civil government Tho Democratic
cratic movement proved a fiasco that partypolling
polling a hundred votes In a few townsThe
plng
The Republicans express themselves aItsfN
satisfied with the result while the Unionists
ists arc naturally elatedTho
1 The Insular plO did their duty thor
oughly There was no disorder anywhereo
o n the Island and no arrests were madeGov
Coy Wlnthrops determination to havrsnn
successfully carriednut
nn honest election was uc6ruly crie
out and his administration Is very highlypraised
praisedirojMv
irojMv DIED ix nrtRcnStricken
Stricken During nectUU of the notary andCarried
Carried Into Vestry by PriestsDuring
During the recital of the rosary In 5t
Augustines Church at I07th street andFull
Full on avenue The Bronx last evening
Flon of the churchexclaimed
a woman sitting in the body lrcloxclame
exclaimedI
I tin I am dyinglShe
She half arose and fell back into tho armsof
h aII bcldo herFather
of a girl who was sitting btdo
Father Gregg calmed the congregationsome
among whom the womans cry a11
some excitement Fathers neyrr anilTalbot
Talbot the assIstant pastors hurried tothe
the woman and seeing that she was dyingonrripd
Oma dyngOIfd
carried her to the vestry where they admlnlitwrd
mlnlitwrd tho last rites She a deadwhen
mlnhtJ
when a doctor arrivedThe
The woman was > later Identified by adaughter
t I daughter as Mrs Theresa M Dnmnlngn
n widow who lived at 350 Pleasant avenueManhattan
Manhattan She la Raid t < have ownedconlcorable
I conlcorable n d estate near her home
HIGGINS TO NAME FRANCHOTs
45 SrrERIXTEXDEXT OF IlOLllWORKS
WORKS ix nor if s PLACECanal
Canal Work to IlpSUrlrd at Once Millttio
tie Issue of the Mm Honda of thitSlOI00000DGrcat
8loinuuMftrrat Powers of liiiPilate
State Kllocn Over ExpendituresRepublicans
Republicans In the confidence of Franks
W lugging Governorelict ali tt thuAlbemuanie
Albcmarlo Hotel lost night that as sooas
as jO8siblo after hit inauguration at Albany
bany on Jan 1 ho is to appoint N N VFranchot
Franchot of Olcan to iw Stato Superintondent
dent of Public Work in Place of QiarlwSpuncor
Spencer lloyd of Now York who has heltho
the place under Gov Odellu two admlnisrations
rations Mr Fnmchot is tho neighbor OIKwarm
warm personal friend of Mr HlfiglnsIndcr
Indcr Gov higgins the work of improving
ing tho Erie Oswego and Champlain cannliai
ai provIded for by tho 101000000 cana1fund
fund will bo begun Otto Kelly Comp
roller by appointment was elected Comptroller
roller on Tuesday and is empowered bylaw
law to Fell 101000000 In bonds for theeXIWIO
expensaH of the workWithin
Within three mouths after ComptrollerKelney
Kelney issues tho bOld the Superintendentof
of Public Works and the State SurveyorHenry
HlnT A Van Alstyne are directed bytho
the law to procwd with the worknnd MrVan I
Van Alstyno hits the authority to makeRich
Rich deviations from the routo of the improvements
provements as may be necwflnry or desirable
able for bettering the alignment reducingcurvature
curvature letter placing of structureand
scouring l ottprfoundations
and their approaches Icuring llprfoundatoll
foundations or generally for any purposeIpndfnR
IpndfnR to improve the canal and renderIts
Its navigation prfer and easierAll
nnlgton laRprAl
All of tho canal Improvement work isto
to lie done by contract and the Superintendent Itcndent
tendent of Public Works nnd the StateEngineer Ilgnlr
Engineer and Surveyor have almoet unlimited
limited powers over those contracts andthey
pw
they together whim the Governor of theState
State have the appointment of thousandof
of canal employtcs
ThaStale Su > erintcndtTt of PublicVorkn I
Governor withthe
Work is appointed by the
the content of the Senate and holds hisofiuis
ofllr > until the end of the term of the Govmor ifmor
mor by whom ho IK appointed and untilIlls
Ills successor i appointed and qualifiedThe
The Senate for two years will have thlrtyIve
five Republicans and fifteen DemocratsWEDDED
I
WEDDED AS EiECTlOX HETTlohn
l WlFl IFCTI jJoln
John Forbes and Ilrrtha Tnmpkln ofArdiley
Ardiley Slarrj ° In Greenwich ConnGiiKKMvicir
GiiKKMvicir Conn Nov 9 Why JohnFarlxHi
FarlxHi and ML < fl Ikrtha Tompkins of ArdBlcy
Blcy oanu to Greenwich to lx married UiUmorning
morning i not known bore but it is hln lr
that I was In time nature of nn electionbet
bet In which the young woman had agreedto
to paylf Uoopcvplt was elected Mr Forbeavoted
voted tho Republican ticket t help the gocdwork
work alongLost
Lost month Mr F orbte wrui t Poatmaptor
maiden Scoflold of Greenwich asking how Ind
and by whom ho could be married here Inrnso Ira
ease Ill took 0 notica to come here Hewas
8 referred to Judge Buirni the marrying
ing legal ofllcial of the town Tht bridetoday
today won a costume of brnwn and apicture
picture hnt Time bridegroom gave his occupation
cupation on a fnnnor Tlw mrrriage tookplace
place in Judge Bnmd privats ofoIn
I cod oftf r cautioning Urn JUdge t keepIho
thin marriage prow for iierwial rpanonsand
and recelviiiB 1 certificate the happyLoupIo
LoupIo were let out a tide door of the officeThe
The bridegroom was about 40 and the wifehilly
hilly ten yours youngerIWiri IWnCE
IWiri FROM 1011X MORLEYPelts
I Pelts ls In Keep Our Pow tier Dry nnd ourIllpUiruatB
IllpUiruatB A ol hoCHICAGO
CHICAGO Nov cmJohn Morlny started toilKht
might for WiiHliington to bo the guc t ofrpfident
resident Roosevelt Mr Morley last nlgbtipoko
ipoko at the inqiict of the MerchantsMub
Mub at the Auditorium and declared thatroe
which the British electionvoiild
rJ trade on thl Drll IlctlonwOlld
could turn this year would be the ralvalon
lon not only cf England but of the UnitedUntes
ton Hi pr l < the educational effortsn
dlsciiRSMl the election Ho
In thin city and
MidI watched theprocnBsof time Untt xStates
States with interest and awe The propbecythlt
that you art tn ba the greatest power onearth
earth is corning true With your nxourccKenergy
then Is not Power iiiEurope
energy nnd Ftrngtb Ilcr a ilEurpo
Europe thnt dnrtmt covet your fricndshliand IRnd
and good feeling Tour policy should bito
to keep your powder dry and your dlplomats
mats activeTORE
TORE AWAY COACH DOORPole
Pole of Fir Tender Sots Womrn on Wayto
to the Theatre SerramtnsIn
In responding to an alarm of fire fronBroftclTfay
Broadway und Fiftieth street et 8 ocloctlast
last night the tender of Engine s quartereiIn
In Fortythird street between Fifth amSixth
Sixth awnuc collided with a coachIlroadwaj alDrdla
headway and Fortythird street In becoach
coach were two men end two women Theyheel
had left the Hotel Marie Antoinette andsvun
wire on their way to a theatre They wvnall
all in evening dressThe
The coach was not upt < et but to pllor
of the hose cart ponetrnttxi the door on thileft
left side and caused the two women i
side to scream nnd a crowd quickly gathered
ered The driver ot tIme tender AlfredSouthwood
Southwo backed Ills tem and the poleof
of thC cart toro IWO the conch door asa
a rvfultOne
One of the men in the coach then Jump >
out and whispered hurried orders to thodriver
driver who whipped up his team and drovoto
to the Hotel Astor One of the firemen ontho
tIme tender nnd Policeman ONplll of theWont
Wont Fortyscwnth street station madean
an effort to get the names of the people
In tho conch but they refused to dIseloetheIr
their Identity At the hotel ono of thmen
men telephoned for another carriage and allhands
hands started again for the tluMitreAt
At the Mario Antoinette nobody knewwho
who the victims of the accident were asseveral
several parties had started In carriages
for the thNtr about the same hourTlio
The horses attached to the tender secaped
capod with slight bruIses They gallopedto
c the scene o the fire as l nothing hadhappened
happened The nr was on the fourth floorof
of 1 five story tenement at J20 Vrst Flttitthstreet
street ond was quickly extlnguUhrdOn
On WdDt1 This llnalhNorrrabfr
Norrrabfr IS And tt I1KW hy V eit Shorr 12amt
br New YorK CrntrM New York lo St Ixmlt luidrMum
return wbrrr the griSt Late It AI lu bl Ourllckri
llckri A S P trnVs viii cladly Stve lull IntormstlotiAtt
Tether Johnn Mf > dlrlni > Cares Vildiand
I and 1 throat tad tuna IrouWr fttirnulnr
irnulnr crr U > l t > fbbln ibm Vlnil that never mintoricrotcti
oricrotcti AtSIMJNCBIIi ixi lclcn LorAel
CLOSE CALL IN MARYLANDThe
The Republicans Have a Plurality of Unl33S
33S in the StateBALTIMOBE
3 I
BALTIMOBE Md Nov 0Tate returnindicate
indicate a serious cutting down In the Rpublcan
publican majority of the State which iinow
now estimated at 8 the smallest eveknown
known in tho State and probably the smallest
est over given by any State In a Presidentlacontent
content This however does not nflectho
the Congressional situation The Republicans
cans haw thr and the I montl threea
a gain of one for tbo DemocratsTOOLS
TOOLS WINS IN MONTANA
All the Other Stateolhioer ttcpubllcaiIlcuue
Ilcuue DefeatedIlEuaA
HElL Men Nov LTho Republlcans
cans of Montana did themselves proud i
yesterdays election making a clean swe rwith
with one exception that of Gov J K TooloDemocrat
Democrat who I probably reelectedabout
about 6000 over William Lindsay Rcpubllcan
lan The indications are that Montanasforemost
foremost Republican Thomas H Carterwill
will again become a member of the Senate
ate succeeding Paris Gibson DemocratHelnzelsm
Helnzelsm in Montana has been eliminatedfrom
from far returns indicate
politics a ra present rluM
dicate trvery candidate on his severalticket
ticket being buried beneath tie Democratic
tcl cU blnll buril beath tc
cratic avnlanshe in Silver Bow While thereturns
returns a far from complete enoughhavo
havo been received l indicate th resutHy
of about 500 the Roosevelt
Hy a majority o abut 6 Irl
velt electors were saoasHfulL 10111mjorit
majority i about 601 but the remainderof
of the State ticket is Republican JcapliM
M Dixon Republican Is rests cted Congix 8 I
man by about 0 The I egialaturowhirh ihlCh
whirh will elect a sicoiBBor to Senator ParisGlbsan II
Glbsan is apparently Republican on jointballot
pprnly
ballot by a large majority This bddystand
stand at present Republican is Democratic I
ratio 3 with none doubtfulJTRS
I
JTRS MKIXLEY PLEFDI
Congratulates the President and neevliea Ia
a G tea ItepJrCANTON IANTOS
CANTON Ohio 0 LMra McEnleyook I
took a lively Intercut in the election and tiler > Iher
her friends expressed great sutiHfadionncr
ncr Mr Roosevelt big victory Todaysho I
sho telegraphed congratulations any t
night received the foUowing from tliafrfaident II
frfaident in replyI
I am deeply touched by your messageind
ind appreciate it more than any othernttlngH
nttlngH I have receivedJOVELECT
JOVELECT UAIYS DAXGERYa
Wa Exposed to map Snndaj Quarantlnei
DImieirLAVATErrB
aUnt melJ1Y
LAVATErrB indNevRJTrank HanlylOVRrnorelect
confined toits
lOVRrnorelect of Indiana is cnfnl
hLe how having been exposed t umnllx
on Sunday He does not care to leaveh
p or Sundy d cr
he house till he learn vhetherhe ban conracted
racted the diseaseRobert
Robert Potts took dinner with UnionJ
Hunt exSecretary of State and otherlepublican
J Hnt extr Stte a
lepublican Uaders at the Thinly homeii
Bpblb Potts wno broken out at theIme
tine with smallpox In a virulent form buthe
thl disease was not diagnosed until thatlight
light Physicians say there may b nolunger I
fever whenotts
lunger I there was little felr
PoUs was at the Hanly hOle ISrlT
SHOT EACH OTHER DEADnarrcl IQnrrll
SrlT II
barrel netwern Two Hen In South Carotins
tins nnnltl Fatally for DotliCOLUUBIA iOIUUBl
COLUUBIA 8 0 Nov oH I Irby ofnureno
nureno and H A Phillips of Kastoveriohland
iohland county at 7 jclock this eveninghot
hot nnd killed each other Tie two menrero IWlr
rero sittIng before a tort dUcusulngmatters
Wlr tlttnjt when It Ls saidliUhips
matters in I friendly wny 1 1111Ulp1
liillip accused Irby of stealing hU overoat ilot
lot Irby arose and strode Phllllrw wheapon
ioU the latter shot Irby between tlieroast
roast Dud waltAH
AH Phillips turned IrLy shot him In theack
I sick killing hue instantly Irby ilitxlhortly
hortly afterwardFOlXD
I FOlXD LOCKED IX VAVLTounty
i ounty Treasurer Hound and iaKcnl antiIIUOO
i OIOOO In Cash Gone
PnEscoTT Ariz Nov 9 County Trcosurrr
urrr James P Storm was tound this mornin
lug locked in the steel vault of his officebcund
bound and gagged and 15000 mlfwlng fron
bud ury His daughter found liittafter
conlincmcut Ho dcdniru
after slxtren hours corlnrmclt 11
elates that two moskfd men entered tinplace
place yesterday afternoon cord himlh
vith apUtol and tie n bound and guggrchim
him and cnrrlrd him Into tho vault fliesthen
then ransacked the offlce and took 15OCOlocked
locked the door and depattedNo
No ono witnewKd thl crime a It iI
a holiday Storm couldnt describe thimen
I
men accurately but wild they r wland
i and evldntly old handsDEPORTED
DEPORTED MAX BROlCUT BACKColorado
Colorado Sheriff Rescues a County Clertend
end Sass Monkey Business Must StopCitiFSLH
CitiFSLH CnKEK Col Nov 0 Frank PMaimi
Mammal Caunty Ciorli who was deporttcgevernl
several months ago and returned to hliofSci
office on hot Monday was deported tlilimorning
William Carruthere his fonneideputy
morning by Wila Cruthen bs ronnCrdlpul
deputy and thnw other men He lIJulo
rujcued by Sheriff Bell who rode ropldljafter
after the deporting committee with aposse
posse The Sheriff commanded the cummlttee
mlttee to deliver up their man and dcsletsnpng
Ming Election is over and this monkeybusiness
business mast stopMannix
Mannix a brought bock to town eniis
is Ono more at work 1 tile office HiKild
said he W nearly frown hi his two miltride
ride as the dcporters did not give bintime
time to get hh overcoat Cnmithenayu
says that the affair was a joke planned bjhluuwlf
lilt and friends after celebrating tbtRepublican
Republican victory 1 Teller county yesterday
terdayCHI
CHI FOR PEACE IX RCSStAKtndrat
Ktndrat e Tbrre fnrfmtUn PrtttlorUovermnrnt
Uovermnrnt to End WarLoxt
11 CaSts DH1 t T
Loxt > oN Nov lOc The Oxltma correspondent
spondent cf the 6tanJard says that the crjfor
I for pisces is becomIng most pronouncedfrom
from all classes r southern soil southwestern
I western RusslaIhe
Ihe students at the universities ofOdrom
i Odrom Kleff und Kharkoff have sent aI
I petition to tho Government deploring theuselwn
I uselwn sacrifice of life nnd prajlag that i
conclude petoeImlit
Insist 8D baring I3uiisttsVanhila4dv
1
BRYAN POINTS OUT THE WAYWHAT
WHAT DEMOCRATS MVST DO TOW
HV IX 190SBreak
I
Break Away From the ConiervatltmWhich
Which Failed to met Parker TnliTime
Time Greater Defeat Than In DUCampaltni
Campaigns With tie Silver IBHCLLNCOLN
CON Neb NOV DMr Bryan inan
an extended statement issued tonightInsists 1inlst
Insists that tho Democracy i it delreiBVicosBs islioceBis
BVicosBs must break away from conservatism
lam and stand for reforms that appeal t
the people He BaysThe uThe
The Democratic party has met with a
overwhelming defeat in the national election
Ion As yet the returns ore not sufficientlycomplete
complete to permit analysis and It 1 impossible
possible to nay whether the remit i du
to an actual incrR in the number ofRepublican
Republican voters or 0 falling off in thoDemocratic
Democratic vote This phase of the subject
ject U bo dralt with next week when th
returns an > all inTlie
The questions for consideration at thistime
time are What lowon don time electiontoach
teach and what of time future The defeatof
of Judge Parker should not Ijo considereda
He did well he couldunder
a personal one as wel ns culdunder
under the clrcumHtaniOHi Iw wns the victimof iof
of unfavorable oonriltlorH anti I mistakenpnrty
party policy He grew in popularity a
the Hmpai and impressedhimself
csmpaign projjresMftl ad tXPr
himself more and more strongly upon thetrust
trust question but could not overcome theheavy
heavy odds against biO
The so called conservative Democratcharged
charged time detests of 1S93 and 1000 to lh
partys position on thi > toner questionand
and insisted that a victory could be wonby
by dropping the coinage question entirelyThe
The convention accepted this theory andthe
the platform made no reference to themoney
money question but Judge Parker felt thatIt
I was hla duty to announce his personalidliorence
idliorence t o time gold standardHis
His gold telogrum as I was calledvhile
chits embarrassing to the Democrats oftlie
lie West and South wan applauded by theCavtern Iiastern
Cavtern press Ho had the cordial ixulorsnent euent
uent of Mr Cleveland who certified thatho
ho party had n lrnod to safety and sanityHe
He had the support of Ole Democraticpers
> pers which bolted in 1800 und he also hadhe
he aid of naarly all of those who wereromlnent
romlnent in the campaigns of 1MM and 1000ind
mad yet hit defeat Is apparently greaterhon
ao IIt
thn the party suffered In either of thongenrc Ij
enrcIt IIt
It is nnquestkmablft also that Judgeork I
ork rs defeat was not local but generalhe
Ue retires from the Eastern States beingS
S dIsappointing as the returns from theVest
Vest The reorganIzers were In completeontrol
ontrol of the party they planned the caminlRn
inlRn and carried It on according to theiriwn
iwn views and the verdict against their planA
l a unanimous one Surely silver cannotje
blamed for this defeat for the campaignras
rae run o a gold basis Cp tlefeat
lefeat be charged to emphatic condemnrion
ion of tlie trustlor Uin < tnist werenottasalled 4iasailed
tasalled A vigorously dubs year aa the I Isera
sera four cnN ago I is evident thathe
the campaign did not turn upon the quesion
ion of imperialism and It is not fair to conider
rider the result as a personal victory forhe
the President although his administrationms
ms the mibjoct of criticismTlie IThe
The result was due t the fact that theJemocratic
Jemocratic party attempted to l > o cononntlve
onntlve in time presence a conditionsrhicli
which demand rndlcnl remedies It Houndedpnrtlul
a pnrtlul retreat when It should haverdnrod
rdnrod a charge all along tho line InWKI
drawn for the first timeuring Ituning
JO time line was frl
tuning the present generation betweenilutocracy
ilutocracy nnd democracy and the partysland
land on tim side of democracy alienatedlargo
a largo number of plutocratic Democratsrho udio
who in the nature of things cannot bo exiecto
iecto l to rtur and it drow to Ill f largeumber ruuithOrOfRarflPeit
umber of onrnwtl ndvocatwof reform whosettaohmont
ttaohmont to its refornm U much strongerImn
hun attachment U any party nameTin1
Tilt lt > MibllRin part v IBS lined ra itrpre
rpre tiP cvt s Tvatlvo piHtlun Thrt isdetent
It detent s hone wlic having Btcuitxl urf irilvactiK16
ilvactiK16 through cal legislction inist
Bhall not lx disturbed noimtfr 1flttPr
ist tVu they 1 IOt h turbf
imtfr how oppressive these exactionnny
nny Ijooomc The Democratic party canot
rnl hop to compete succomifully with thelopublicnn
lopublicnn pnrl for this mipport Toln
> ln the mipport of tlio plutocintie elementf If
or tip country the 1 nty would have toooomo IIrcme
ooomo more plutocratic tWin the Rcpubicin
COO part and it could not do tlU without
out losing Heveml limit UH many voterss
s that course would win The Dmo
ntlc prrty has notnhg t gain by catfr3g Sig
to orfrinlzcd amid predatory wraltlit it
Inl Crtt1zII pJator wllllI
I mutt not only do without such support
but It can BtrwiRthon it elf by inviting theport
I Olm end emphatic opposition cf tiiosoImcmt
I ImcmtTho
The campnign just clotvd ahowe that ItS JIi
Ii lut > xpoclnt fnmi tlie Htandpcintof pclloyIt
from time standpoint of pilnIplo
C It In wrung frm UII Btandlllnt
hue to attempt any conciliation of theiduatilal
iduatilal and financial despots who aroradually
radually gtfIng control of limo avenuwf Jof
of wealth The Democratic party i itopo rhopr
take the tidefthoplalncontmonppoplo Iof
must
opo to win success mUlt tko
of te plain common people Time Commonr
l Mr Uryans pn > or has In tho past twocam jcare ir
r cam p hated out ito futility of any attemptj J t ik
j compromise with wrong or to patch uppeaw
a peace with the great corporations whichro
par exploiting the public hut theouthern iSuter
I outhern Democrats were A alanntd byio
tbo race issue bat they his md ratherluctantly Iluctantly
luctantly be It said to their credit to tharomlsos
nominee of BUCCWW hold out by those whoad
hnd contributed to the defeat of tho partyi 1In
In the two preceding campaigns Thniporlment
iporlment hastxvnacostlyorw and i hnotkely
kely to b repeated during the presentn
IThe
n rationThe
gmmUn
The Eastern Democrats were also derived jled
led They were led to believe that theagnates
agnates and monopollRtB who coerced
lhe voters In lEPO and upi lied a enormousunpatgn
unpatgn fund In 1ttC and 1000 would helpM
th Democratic party if our party wouldaly
aly bo less radical Time corporation pressIded Ia
Ided in this deception and even the Republean
a
desire
lean proffMied an unnelCh elrto
Hc Iaperb prOrfr I ut
to help build up thc Democratic pry j
Ilp
The el ctlon hM opened the eyes of thouiidreds IbUldld
uiidreds ctuu bnt awl well meaningmocrat j 1Imocab
mocrat who a few months ago favortdreorganisation fit
thl < reorganisation the party These menow
now l that they must cither go Into thepublican
publka ty or join with tho DemocratsrtUWiht
rtUWiht and S uthln making the Demottio icreUc
creUc party n jicsitlw aggressive and pronmho ttittyn
nmho rtfcnn organization There Is n
jmlddlogrotnc aI iMr
I Mr Bryuui dd what I could to preventi
t th iwrgnnlrnilon of the Democralio partythomptonl
j thomptonl Scotch Whukry
i b h for tll IKImonlcoi its 7 yttJi oil At
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