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1 ffEDSESPA-Y MORG, 3TOVBMBER 9, MM. THE SAXT LAKE TEIKtnSrEo PAGE THREE g. . j ' f H
R oviTT Nov. S. The Buckeye
MP'01 an old-time Republican
ift.t P.av This ticket was elected.
Tar 0 court-Will am T. Spear.
Hsu& Court-I E- Emerson.
&-'L!Uw S Pub, W.-R. B. Crawford.
ltfrB,Jl.irn3 rccelvod at 1 o'clock.
Kk on of gains la maintained
'RpSScS precincts. Ohio will
K ti unrc??)0 plurality. Indlca
Hf B09?iS tS 'Bcpubllcins will elect
tfnX twenty-one Congfresamen.
B5rf.lh from different cities and
&ttb Indicate that the Re-
broken all their records In
'hlKbea plurality was 137.0W
Wdnlpht 'chairman Dick put
Ks- d frailty largely n cx
K Tho Republicans claim a
& ' it least ono Congressman.
BTir thS Twelfth district. Chair-BA-birof
the Democratic State corn
s' Halms a net gain of one Dein-K-Sjn
The Ohio delega
KC.S .now stands seventeen Rc-
B ' ..MXD, Nov 8. Oregon voted
BJ Prudential electors only today.
WL Ud Congressional tickets were
B?3 retwnf'from the city and Stato
iV Oreconlan to lesuo a statomcnt
Roosevelt with a plurality In
BftMnfan estimates from complcto
BKele returns at hand that
SLrHfcaa carried, Oregon by -J0.&S2,
'S'ute returns from Linn county glvo
BS-m Parker 1211; Watson 101;
Mce This county in IKK) gavo
Bg 1S7; Bryan ISO".
tADELPHIA, Nov. S. The old
State gave its old-time Re
ar, plurality today. The only
official voted for was Justice of
iprenie court. John P. Elkin, Re
Republicans have made an al
c!n sweep In Pennsylvania.
,r tlie Stale for Roosevelt by
iCOW), and electing two of the
'Mots, and twenty-nine of the
.o Congressmen. They have
ltcd about 175 of the 201 mem
if (he House of Representatives,
fives them control of both the
j of the Legislature by a large
..viii" Insuring the election of Gov.
hijacker's appointee. P. C. Knox,
r United Stales Senator, to succeed
iibte M S Quay.
JAa P, Elklns, Republican. Is elcct
ISute Supreme C'ourt Judge by a
siyftv almost as great as that cast
r the Republican national ticket. The
ijfsbUcans have also carried nearly
!tt Judicial districts, in which
fcsocj were held for Common Pleas
and the Ave counties in which
Lixlate Judges were chosen,
iiaaies from the entire Stato give
fctHWlt a plurality of between 300.000
iWA In Philadelphia his plurality
r3 acrd 175,00).
Eofiivt'.i'a plurality in Pennsylvania
to acttis tho expectations of the Ro
SiJaji malingers. There is a heavy
uaroffln the Democratic vote all over
Slate The Reoubllcans havo elected
Hi the S2 Congressmen. Tlio Logisla
x b ovcrwheunlnpI Republican, ln
tz? lb c!e Hon of P. C. Knox to tho
iM States Senate Returns up to mld
t Jlow Republican gains of 23,271 and
ttXTitlc gilns of 2233.
) RHODE ISLAND.
IfROYIDENTE, Nov. 8. The Repub
swept the State today, electing
feTtrcor-Gco'-ge P Utter.
UgL-Gov -Frederick H. Jackson.
teetary of State Charles P. Bennett
PpnwT-Gencral Wm B. Greonough.
ira5rer-'Yalter A. Rued.
KlttJis at midnight were that
rf:Ii had carried Rhodo Island bv a
,aSiT of over V&) The result "for
''r w Ptlll In doubt with Utter.
J' Wkan, slightly in the lead. Both
cpttsnen nre in doubt. Tho assembly
? w practically tho tame as last year.
I SOUTH DAKOTA.
m WUX FALLS. Nov. 8. In this State
It for the removal of the capitol
i paramount issue. The Repub
arrled the State, electing- this
wr-Samuol II. Elrod
Gov -John E McDougal.
O- of Slate-David D. "Wlpf.
-r-John F. Hnlladay.
tr-Charlcs B. Collins,
of Lands-Christian J. Bach.
or &:hool&-3eorgo W. Nash.
i 1 Com.-vrilllam G. Smith.
Supremo Court-DIghton Corson,
Howard G. Fuller
r, .u "2s carried nearly over
i al0.bv Pluralities of from
m Indicating that his plurality
ii lr, trPm Returns from
Km!? ncts Qre 9,0W- but all lndi-iS?.U-S!
fr Roosevelt Tho larg
,liRenubllcA Plurality was In
f carried the Stato by 30.000.
tt wtc and. Congressional ticket
KCpublLcan countv ticket as
rnembc-ra of tho Legislature, is
"tor iaft4ii?Bnlfloent vlclory'"
sanlPrr.uclhe rcnov;i1 oC tno caP
?(nnSllrffv,fcaturo of tho day,
WKIBably belnc defcated b'
m S0UTH CAROLINA.
Nov. 8. South Caro
Kr?oTsi T Sloan.
Conx-John h. Earle
JnTNov. 8.-At 11
Jmns lhsr?la ?,nd publicans
!("' o ui1310-, Returns indicate
tionaj ,v,otes for tho Dcmo-rPrazlc-
nkcl and PerhupB KOO
a. Democratic candidate for
ftSn1!1 UcnocratIc and Re
a ,ftmnFj tho Stritc.
Jorltv V Ho Arnorlcan Indl
National15;,00;3 votC9 for tho
"'orftnW i,lc,tet and perhaps
Taacr. Democrat, for Gov
r?SS 1S?r,ta,I'1 tlmt ' SUito
1,3rlata3 0 tho Unlted States
Lleut-Gov. Georirc D. Nenl.
Treasurer John Robblns. ,
Comptroller John "W. Stevens.
Attorney-General D. V. Davidson.
Land Com. J. J Terrell.
Supt Pub. Instruction R. B. Couslnsl
Railroad Com. Allison MayDcld.
Justice Supremo Court T. J, Brown.
JudKQ Court of Criminal Appeals M M
NASHVILLE, Nov. 8. Democrats
elected this ticket today:
Governor JamcH B. Frazler.
Railroad Com. B. Augustus Eriloo.
WHITE RFVEJR JUNCTION, Vt, Nov.
S. Roosevelt carried Vermont today by
about 31,000. Ho ran ahead of McKlnlcy's
vote In 1900. whllo Parker ran behind that
of Bryan. The only Question at issuo was
the choice of Presidential electors.
The result of the National election in
this State was forecasted In the campaign
of Septcmbor and It was anticipated by
the Republicans that Roosevelt would car
ry tho Stato by 31.C00 majority.
SEATTLE, Npv. S. The Republicans
carried tills State, electing- this' ticket:
Governor Albert E. Mead.
Lleut-Gov. Charles E. Coon.
Secretary of State Samuel H. Nichols.
Auditor Charles W. Clausen.
Treasurer George G Mills.
Attorney-General John D. Atkinson.
Com. Pub. Lands E. W. Ross.
Sunt. Pub. Instruction R. B Bryan.
Judges Supremo Court Mark A. Fuller
ton. Frank H Rudkln
Chairman Palmer of tho Republican
State Central committee says that Mead,
Republlcjin candidate for Governor, will
carry tho State by a comfortable plu
rality. Clallam county will gtvo Mead
a plurality of 2S0.
But a smnll portion of the vote on Stato
Senator and Slate Representative In
"Washington has boon counted If tho
present ratio continues both houses will
bo strongly Republican.
Returns received "so far from tho Stato
aro so monger as to render any forecast
on tho Gubernatorial nice valueless. At
tho present tlmo Mead leads In the west
ern part of tho State, whllo Turner is
ahead In the eastern part
MILWAUKEE, Nov. S. Tho following
tlckot. Republican, was elected todav:
Governor Robert M. LaFollotto.
Lieutenant-Governor James O. David
son. Secretary of State "Walter L. Houser
Treasurer John J. Kempf.
Attorney-General Lafayette M. Sturd
dvant. Insurance Commissioner Zeno M. Host.
Railroad Commissioner John "W. Thom
as. At 10 o'clock tonight only incomplete re
turns had been received. The SUto Is
conceded to Roosevelt by a largo plurali
ty and LaFollcttc. Republican, is bo
lloved to havo been elected Governor.
Thero aro no figures at this time upon
which to mako an estimate on tho next
Legislature. So far seven Republicans
and ono Democrat havo been elected to
Congress and throe districts are to be
It Is generally conceded thnt Roosevelt
has carried Wisconsin by 60,000. Both Re
publican and Democratic Stato chairmen
claim tho State, respectively, for LaFol
lotto and Peck.
Republican Chairman Connor at 11
o'clock tonight Baid: "From returns re
ceived I llguro that LaFollctto's plurality
for Governor Is 00.000. In somo district
our ticket ran nhead of expectations and
ln ,,. ,m . nnlhlnc In In.
dlcato the complexions of the next Legis
lature." Chairman "Warden of tho Democratic
committee said: "I claim that Peck win
be elected by 25,000 plurality. I have no
returns on which to baso a statemont as
to the Legislature."
Eight Republican Congressmen havo
been elected and two districts are still to
bo heard from.
Returns up to 1 n m. indicate that tho
next Legislature will probably bo Repub
lican, but tho members will bo so divided
between the LaFollotto and Stalwart
factions that a deadlock is likely to re
sult when the tlmo comes for choosing a
United Slates Senator to succeed Quarles.
CHETENEE, "Wyo.. Nov. S- Roosevelt
has carried Wyoming, as judgod from tho
scattering returns received at 9 p. m., by
7000. Republicans claim Congressman Mon
doll Is re-elected and that their Stato
tlckot will win by smaller majorities than
that for Roosevelt.
Roosevelt has carried Wyoming by from
7500 to 8(00. Mondell. Republican, has been
re-elected to Congress by over G00O.
Brooks. Republican, has been elected Gov
ernor by over -1000 over Osborne, Demo
crat, and tho reat of tho Republican Stato
ticket has been elected by majorities rang
ing from 3CO0 to B000. The Republicans
will control both branches of the State
Legislature, thus insuring tho re-election
of United States Senator Clark.
HONOLULU, Nov. 8. Returns received
up to 10 p. m. Indicate that Knlanlaole,
Republican, is re-elected Congressman.
Tho LcglBlaturo will bo Republican.
TESTIMONIAL TO YOUNG.
Clever Violinist "Will Bo Heard at
Granite Stake Tabernacle Nov. 12.
Brigham Morrl3 Young, Jr., a clever
Salt Lako violinist who Is now studying
in Brussels, Is to bo given a testimonial
concert on Saturday evening at tho Gran
ite otiko tabernacle, corner of Stato and
Fourth South. A programme of unusual
murit ha3 boon arranged for tho occa
sion, tho participants being numbered
among Salt Lake's best musicians. Evan
Stevens Is to bo director, Joseph J.
Daynes. Jr., mnstor of ceremonies, J. J.
McClollan and Tracy T. Cannon, accom
panists. Among tho patrons aro Wlllnrd
Wiehe, Arthur Shepherd, Miss Emma
Rarnsoy, C. J. Thomas. George D. Pypor,
H. G. Whitney, J. D. Spencer, Hugh
XV. Dougnll, G. H, Schetller. C. D. Schot
tler and Anton Pedcraon,
Tho programme for tho evening Is as
Grand chorus Piity voices
Evan Stephens. Director.
Piano solo Miss Cecelia Sharp
Recitation Miss Josephino Morris
Bnrltono solo Hugh W. Do "gall
Violin solo Wlllard Wclhe
Organ solo Tracy . Cannon
Grand chorus... Fifty voices
Evun Stephens, Director.
Comic Recitation Spencer Squires
Pypor Whltnoy, Patrick and Spencer.
Guitar solo C. D. Schottler
Violin and piano selection.. ....... .......
Wlllard AVelho and J. J. McClollan.
Soprano solo :
Mrs. LIkIo Thomas Edward.
Trio, violin, piano, 'cello. ..............
Cecelia Sharp, G. Herman Schcttlor, C.
Special arrangements have beou mad a
with tho street-car company to havo
plenty of cars to carry tho pcoplo to and
from tho concert, both Salt Lako and
Royal Bread la pure; every loaf beara
our label with tho crown. At ail
grocere and first-class rostaurantflr
Terrible Warning for
Convivial Drummer Secured
License and a Claw
hammer. Instead 'of Going: to the Altar Ho
Was Hustled Oft to a Turk
But for tho timely intervention ot
friends and the ,fact that his bankroll was
in a rather depleted condition, a we'il
known'Eastern traveling salesman who 13
stopping at the Kenyon, would havo
awakened yesterday morning to learn that
ho was married. As it is he escaped with
a severe headache and a chastened spirit
that usually accompanies an acute Jag.
All preparations had been made for tho
wedding. Tho brldo was waiting; tho
groom was thero attired In a frock coat;
tho "trouble man" was on hand to por
form tho ceremony, but at thp eleventh
hour soveral frlcndH of the traveler Inter
fered and tha wedding was called off. Tho
drummer is now congratulating himself
that ho escaped the "hobbles"; the brldo
is still wondering whether the whole af
fair was a dream, and the Xriends who in
terceded nro planning a bachelor's sup
per at tho cxpenso of tho groom-to-bo
that was not
Girl From Memphis.
Several days ago tho traveling man.
who represents a largo Eastern shirt
waist house, registered at the Kenyon.
Tho following day he becamo acquainted
with a woman whoso home, according to
tho hotel register, is in Memphis, Tcnn.
The pair soon becamo closo lricnds, but
nothing of a serious naturo threatened
until Monday afternoon, when tho drum
mer became possessed of a large-sized Jag
and decided that ho wanted to becomo a
In the woman's apartment at tho Kon
yon the traveling man put up a talk that
would havo netted him a $1000 perccntago
had It been directed along proper linos.
Like many others, tho woman fell a vic
tim to tho drummer's rhetorical powors,
and tho pair decided to get married.
Applied for License.
Tho prospective groom hied himself to
tho County Clerk's office forthwith and
applied for a license. Owing to tho fact
that ho was about "three shoots In tho
wind," County Clerk James refused to
issue tho license. However, tho drummer
refused to bo refused, and after taking
several moro drinks returned to tho
Clerk's office and, In tho absenco ojC tho
County Clerk, obtained tho license.
Next ho visited a Jeweler and purchased
a ring. This put a "crimp" In nls bank
roll, so ho was compelled to make a touch
before ho could finish tho matrimonial
deal. In seeking to borrow tho necessary
funds, tho drummer tipped off his plana
to somo fellow-travelers, who promptly
took steps to prevent tho marrlago. i
Beady for the Plunge.
The deputy clerk had already been
summoned and guards were posted at tho
hotel to head him off. Mcanwhllo tho
groom had gono to his room, attired him
self In a frock coat and opened a few
moro bottles of wine, preparatory to tak
ing tho plunge In tho matrimonial sea.
Tho Clerk was met at tho hotel by sev
eral of tho drummer's friends, who ex
plained tho circumstances of tho proposed
marriage. The Clork very properly re
fused to perform the ceremony and de
parted. A short time later three traveling men
kidnaped their belated brother and con
ducted him to a Turkish bath. Tho "rub
bor" was instructed to keen him thero un
til sobor at all hazards and tho affair was
ended for a time.
Yesterday morning tho drummer
checked his trunks and stole away on an
early train, without even bidding his dis
appointed fiancee good-bye. The follow
ing brief telegram was received by one of
his friends last ovening: "Meet me at St
Louis and I will buy. 'Mumm's' tho
DEAD LINEMAN'S FUNERAL.
Remains of George Hill to Be Sent to
Kansas for Burial.
George Hill, tho lineman of the Utah
Light and Railway company who met
death by electrocution Monday, will bo
buried in Olatho, Kan , whero ho wan
born and whero his parents now reside.
His remains will bo convoyed to tho
Oregon Short Lino depot tonight with full
honors by the lodge and tho local of tho
union to which he belongod. Hill was a
membor of lodge 57 of the I. B. E. W. The
members of that union havo boon ordered
to parade at tho hall on First South at 0
o'clock tonight. At 7 p. m. tho procession
will loavo Joseph William Taylor's fun
orul establishment and march In full
dress to tho station.
Tho Knights of Pythias, to which Hill
alBO belonged, will alBO assist In escort
ing tho body to the train.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Charles E. Murphy to H. S. Daynes,
lots 20 and 31, Park View $ 400
Gotthold Walter to Conrad Buolo
hom, 1 aero In the southeast quar
ter of section 11, township 1 south,
rango 1 west D00
C. A Gracbor to Isabell McMas
tore. lot HO and southern 914 feet
of lot 10. block 3, Gracber's plat
R. E. McConaughy to Thomas C.
Robinson, western ono-half of lot
12, block L Coates & Corum's sub
division i .... 125
Mato B. Cromer to Mrs, Jennie E.
School, 20x165 feet southeast from
llA rods north of tho southwest
corner of lot 4. block 20, plat F,. GOO
EminaTjurmeater to David M. Lind
say, 12Gx3SJS feet in block 32, plat
G J 1,000
E. II. Airls to William C. McDonald,
1CSx15 feet southeast from 75 feet
east of tho northwest corner of
lot 3. block 10, plat D 3,750
Aaron Keyscr to B. B, Bllnor, lot
11, block 7, plat E. Am 2,550
Hoffman Bltner to same, 0.21 acres
in southwest quarter of section -I,
township 2 south, range 1 cast ... 1
Not in tho Stock.
A country storokeopor wim discussing
politics with ono of his customers, when a
young man camo In and asked him If he
had any onions. Tho. storekeeper naked
him to repeat tho request, which was:
"Can I got half a peck of onions hero?"
"Hain't got any," answered tho store
keeper, ns he resumed IiIh political talk.
After tho cIobo of a heated argumont,
he reverted to tho proposed customor, and
said: "I'll bet that young fcllor wanted,
, Ingwiol" Sunday Magazine J
Election Returns In Which All Parties Are Equally Interested. . f; I
WILL BOYCOTT INSTITUTE.
Artists Claim the State Institution Is
Not Impartially Conducted.
A meeting of the Society of Utah Ar
tists was held at tho studio of L. Greono
Richards Monday night Tho members of
the socloty decided unanimously to re
frain from exhibiting with tho Utah Art
Institute, for tho reason that no good
could accrue to tho Interests of local art
or artists through their co-operation with
tho institute under the existing conditions.
The decision is the oxpectcd outcome of
tho feeling among this branch of the
artistic circle of Utah toward tho Stato
Institution, which feeling has been grow
ing more bitter year by year. Tho artists
of tho private society claim that tho State
Institution Is not being manuged with tho
fairness that should characterize such
public Institutions, and that it is useless
for any artist not in the cllquo to ex
hibit. Tho trouble dates from tho re
fusal of tho board of award to award the
JCtfl Stato prize somo time ago, and tho
matter was aired in the courts.
Beam tho J 1h9 K'nd H3YB AlWffi BOCgft
Littlo Estollo Robinson, aged four years,
was yesterday brought down from Ly
man, Ida., and operated upon for cntyema
nt the Keogh-Wrlght hospital. Sho Is re
covering as fast as Is possible.
Senator Rawlins loaves In a few days
for Pacific Grovo, Cal., whero ho will
take his wife, who has Just begun to re
cover from her long illness. Her daughter
and a nurso will also go.
Col. J. A. Buchanan of tho former Porto
Rlcan regiment during the Spanish-American
war, Is registered at the Knutsford.
Sam Ewlng, proprietor of tho Cullon,
has recovered from his rccont illness.
Tho wife of A. E. Wilder, the manager
of the local Postal Telegraph, has como,
with their littlo daughter Phyllis, to Join
Judge Marloneaux Is In tho city from
Ncphl on a brlof visit
Cashier Adams of tho National Bank of
tho Republic Is now occupying tho place
of President Frank Knox, who has gono
to Idaho on a few days vacation.
Judgo John A. Marshall left yestorday
for Denver, whero ho will assist -Judgo
llnllclt In tho trial of an Important mi
Dr. William T. Gleason of this city
leaves In a fow days for a throo months'
visit with relatives and frlonda In the
East. Ilo goes llrst to Kansas City, then
to St. Louis. Chicago and northorn Michi
gan, whoro ho will visit his parents.
Tho Elements of Sophistry.
Visitor (complaining) I was told' this
placo was warm and sheltered, with a
provallincr west wind.
Old Salt That's right, zur. October
hero's like July anywhero's olso. Wind's
a'inost always In tho wcat.
Visitor But there's a cold oast wind
O. S. It's all one, zur. It's iho west
wind all right, on its road back again
There is no other such
dealing, so far as we know.
Do you know of any ?
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