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B!, page four ' - THE SAXT LAKE TilXBUjSTE. " vedxesday mobxing, November 0 lgj I
l BOW THE NEWS
:! WAS RECEIVED
Bulletins Tell Story.of
llj Even Early Returns Show
IfJ Roosevelt Swept the
III 7 .
I ' barker Congratulates President, and
I ' Admits That It Was Almost
I ' ft ! Unanimous.
1 1 NEW YORK The Now York Jour-
I ') nal, in an extra edition, at 7:50 to-
I ( night, says that Roosevelt has carried
I1 A tho Nation.
' ; NEW YORIC-Tho Now York World
j ! concedes State to Roosevelt,
h i BUFFALO Complete returns from all
I; ,1 oltv distrjeta: Roosovolt carries Buffalo by
;y 72; Hlgglns (Rop.), for Govcrnnor, by
! ' NEW YORK Tho Herald sayB that
i" every Indication points to the election
Jft SYRACUSE Syracuse complete: Roosc-
. K Ydt. 17.1W: Parker, 9734; Hlgglns, J5.10O;
1 Herrick, 11.91G.
' NEW YORK Tl:t American concedes
i J Chicago to Roosovelt by more than 100.OW.
J i CHICAGO Debs Ihih polled a largo vote
i In Chicago. Estlmato of first 1'jO precincts
I Indicates a total of -tS.tt.
J ( NEW YORK The Prasa nny$ Pnrker
' carries New York city by only -tO.OM), ac-
J jj cording to present Indications.
I i BOSTON The Herald hays the olectlon
Mi of Douglas (Dem.) for Governor Is cer-
' I, tain.
'. NEW YORK At 0:3$ p. m. the Evening
j ;,' World conceded tho election of Roosovelt.
, J NEW YORK The Press claims Parker
1 1b running behind Bryan's vote In New
PHILADELPHIA The polls closed In
, Pennsylvania at 7 o'clock. Roosovelt's
j jj majority In Philadelphia will bo H0.0Q0.
1 NEW YORK The World concedes the
( election of Hlgglns (Rep.) for Governor.
It NEW YORK The Herald says lndlca-
! tlons aro that New York will give Roose-
I velt 70.000 plurality.
: BROOKLYN Eagle. Democratic nows-
, paper, announces Rooscvolt elected Pres-
f ldent of the United States and that Hlg-
I i gins. Republican, Ik elected Governor of
iscw York state.
j NEW YORK Returns from Ulster
1 V county, Hsopus township. Third district,
i Parker's home district, show Roosevelt
' polled M73 votes, against 150 for Parker.
1 NEW YORK Herald says Indications
1 ,j arc that Roosevelt will carry Connecticut
f ; by over 30,(00.
i JACKSONVILLE Returns show no
H-v' doubt of the election of Broward. Dcmo-
HfV crnt or Governor; Clark and Sharkham.
Democrats, for Congressmen.
Hi' '( LEXINGTON, KY. Indications
j ' point to a majority of 18,000 for Par-
H 1 ker and Davis in Kentucky. Judge
Cantrill, who tried murderers of Goe-
Hj . bel, is elected to the State Supreme
j court hy a handsome majority.
I ATLANTA Early returns Indicate that
Democratic ticket carries State; majority
jl -15.000 to L0.CO0.
Jj RALEIGH Indications are that Domo-
HI cratlc Congressional vote is close. Demo-
r1 cratic National ticket will receive about
Jj 60.000 majority.
1 ! NEW YORK Herald says returns Indl-
1 cate Hlgglns (Rep.) Governor of New
HT J York, elected by 35,000 to 50,000,
COLUMBIA, S. C Bartlctt re-elected In
i Sixth Congressional district without op-
HtJ COLUMBIA. S. C.-South Carolina is
I solidly Democratic, there being no oppo-
H'.'i sltlon to Stato ticket, and Parker electors
i;) and Democratic Congressmen aro elected
H $ SELMA. Ala. "Alabama will vote for
'I Parker and send all nine Democratic can-
; didates to Congress," Chairman Maliory
1 i, stated. Democratic committee says:
i'!1 "Democrats will carry Alabama by a
'J much Inrger voto than Inst Presidential
H',' NEW YORK At half past 7 to-
H,(:J night, August Belmont, at DemocTat-
H,! lc National headquarters, conceded
1 Jj the election of Koosevelt by an over-
1 I whelming majority.
f INDIANAPOLIS For Congress, Indl-
Iil an". Third district, William T. Zcnor,
H:i Democrat, elected.
' I SPRINGFIELD, Ill.-For Congress. 1111-
9 no's Sixteenth illstrlct. J. V. Graff (Rep.)
Hi' '1 T,NASHVJLLE Justice Gaffney estimates
Hl' it Jrazlcrs majority at 27,fX0.
! i ATLANTA-Clark Howoll cpUmatcs to-
t ? Yto of Ocorgia at 123.0CO: Parker, 75.-
! J I'M; Roosevelt, 25VW0; Watson, 25,000.
H c?FW ORLEANB-Chalrman Louisiana
1 j Btato committee estimates Democnita
I i carry Stato by WM Elected all Con-
j m grcssmcn and Stato dfflccrs.
' i BALTIMORE Evening News claims
Parker has parried Baltimore by 2000 ma-
H , jorlty.
0i:ev YORK Chairman Democratic
. I ?tat.c committee says Democrats carry
T i JOUls!ana by 40.000; elected all the Con-
i' 1 grcsfimen and Stato officers
Hll BOSTON-Dcmocrntlc State committee
Hhi !5,a "tlon of Douglas. Democrat, by
HLI 2o,000, whllo conceding Roosevelfs clcc-
Htfl NASHVILLE Chairman Stato Demo-
Hfc S omt c committee, says: "Indications of
Hp' good voto and Stato Democratic ticket
m: elected by 20,0(O majority.
Hl CHICAGO Republican State Cen-
ra committee claims that Roosevelt
Hp'S has carried Cooke county, in which
! Chicago is located, by 90,000, and tho
K- j Btato by 140,000. The same figures
I'h ' ftre given for Deneen (Rep.), for Gov-
i NE'W YORK Press announces Hlgglns
j, oloeted Governor, 50,000 plurality.
1 PHILADELPHIA Republican State
hj chairman ald: "My advices from all
parts or thn State Indicate majority of
I!2o.000. which wo claimed will bo equalled
It not exceeded.
BOSTON Senator Lodgo concedes elec
tion of Douglas, Democrat, ns Governor.
BOSTON Domocratlo commlttco claims
election of Douglas by fiO.OOO, Whllo con
ceding Roosovelt's election.
RICHMOND, Va. Indications so far
show Virginia Democratic by 20,000.
NEW YORK Esopus gives Rooscvolt 0
COLUMBUS. O. All precincts heard
from In Ohio upto S p. m show Republi
can galiiH so that Republicans then
cialmcd moro than 100.CCO plurality for
CHICAGO Democratic State commlttco
admits Roosovolt has carried JlllnolB.
CINCINNATI Roosovelt will carry
Ohio by as lnrgo a majority as McKlnlcy.
NEW YORK Herald estimates Roose
velt carries New Jorwcy by 30,000 and
Stokes for Governor, by 2Q,0)0.
NEW YORK It is conceded at
Democratic National headquarters
that Roosevelt has carried every
doubtful State in the country.
DETROIT Republicans hnvo swept
Michigan. Roosovolt carries Stato by
125,000. Warner (Rep.) eleoted Governor
CHICAGO Largo vote received by Dobs,
Socialist candldato for Presldont, Is sub
ject of comment by both Republican and
Democratic politicians. Debs's total vote
In Chlcngo may roach 50,000.
DES MOINES Reports so far Indicate
that Roosevelt will carry Iowa by 125,000
OMAHA Polls closo 7 p. m. Jn addi
tion to national ticket, Nebraska olects
Stato tlckot and Conffrcesmen In First
and Second districts.
NEW ORLEANS Tho Times-Democrat,
tho leading Southorn newspaper, esti
mates tho Democratic majority In the
Stato of Louisiana at 20,000 at 40,000.
Seven Domocratlo Congressmen elected.
NEW YORK The Horald says indlca
tlons aro that Roosevelt will carry every
doubtful Stale In the country.
NEW YORK The Herald says
Roosevelt Is running ahead of Mc
Kinley's voto in 1900.
INDIANAPOLIS For Congressman,
William T. Conor (Dem.) elected.
MILWAUKEE For Congress. First
district. Cooper re-elected; Second dls
trlot. II. S. Adams (Rep.) elected: Sixth
district. Charlos II. Wcss (Dem.) elected;
Seventh district, John E. Schmoss (Rop.)
elected; Eighth district, J. H. Davidson
(Rop.) elected; Tenth district, W. D.
Brown (Rep.) elected; Eleventh district,
J. Jenkins (Rep.) elected.
MINNEAPOLIS Loren Flet,chcr (Rep.)
NEW YORK Press claims New Jersey
for Rooaevalfby 70,000.
AUSTIN. Tex. Eurly returns allow
olv cost today will hardly exceed 275,000,
of which 350.000 wore cast for Parkor, CO.
000 for Roosovolt and balance scattering'.
DETROIT Scattering returns Indicate
Roosovelt majority 100.000.
LITTLE ROCK All Democratic candi
dates for Congress elected.
DALLAS, Tex. All Democratic candi
dates for Congress have been elected.
WASHINGTON Roosevelt has re
ceived a telegram from Republican
National headquarters in New York
eiTrlnfrlift Vi n A r n vt r A "Wotix Vnrlr RfofA
by about 250,000.
BOSTON Douglas, Democrat, carries
Boston by about 31,000.
NEW YORK Herald flashes election of
Hlgglns, Rjpublican. Trlbuno says Roose
velt will carry West Virginia by 21.0tt.
PRINCETON. N. J Roosovelt carries
Cleveland's district by 1715.
NEW HAVEN Register claims State
for Roosevelt by 20.000, election of Rob
erts, Republican, Governor by nB much,
and State ticket In New Haven by from
1000 to 1530,
INDIANAPOLIS Chairman Republican
Siato committee claims State for Roose
velt by 40.0O).
CHICAGO Additional returns Indicate
Roosovelt's majority In Chlcngo may be
WILMINGTON. Del. Roosevelt has
carried Delaware by about 5000 and Re
publicans olect Governor nnd Congress
men. Legislature will be overwhelmingly
ROSEMOUNT, ESOPUS, N. Y., 8:30
p. m. To President Roosevelt, Wash
ington, D. C. The people by their
vote have all practically approved
your-administration. I heartily con
(Signed.) ALTON B. PARKER.
CHEYENNE. Wyo. Wyoming Is con
ceded by Democratic leaders to havo
gone for RooMCvelt by large mnjorlty
Race for Governorship between Bryant T.
Brooks. Republican, and John E. Os
borne, Democrat, is close.
ST. LOUIS Republicans concede Folk's
olectlon and a Democratic majority of 40,
000. WASHINGTON, D. C Alton B.
Parker: I thank you for your con
gratulations. THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
DES MOINES Reports so far Indicate
Roosovelt will carry Iowa by 125,000.
NEW ORLEANS Chairman Republican
National State committee concedes State
ajul election of seven Domocratlo Con
gressmen; majority 40,000.
RALEIGH, N. C North Carolina elects
ten Democratic Congressmen; will give
50.0(0 majority for Parker,
MILWAUKEE Roturn from outside
precincts coming In show Roosevelt will
ourr State by big mnjorlty, Factional
tight .for Governor is having no effect on
COLUMBIA, S, C Parser carries Slate
by heavy majority; State ticket elected;
no opposition; all Democratic Congress--mcn
havo beep olected.
WASHINGTON At 9:40 p. m tho
President received the following mes
sage from Senator Fairbanks: Indi
cations are that you have carried In
diana by largo increased majority.
Returns are meager, but will keep
ST. LOUIS, Mo. Republican chairman
clnliris Roosevelt landslide has struck Mis
souri. NEW YORK Chairman Cortelyou
makes following statement: "Tho Indica
tions aro that country has given an over
whelming vote of confidence in the Pres
ident and his administration.
CHEYENNE. Wyo.-Wyoming Is con
ceded by Democratic leaders to have
gone for Rooscyelt by a large mp Jorlty.
BOSTON-Tho Globu at 0:30 o'clock to
night Hnys that Doughis (Dem.) Is elected
Governor by a plurality of 20.000, and
&20Velt 1,as carried Massachusetts by
CIIICAt;0-Vlcc-Cha!rman New of th.i
Republican National commlttco says
"The anticipated landslide has arrived
Tho people of the country havo Indorsed
Roosovo.t's administration In terms that
admit of no mistake. Ho han carried
every doubtful State by tho greatest plu
ralities over given a Presidential candi
date," ST. LOUIS Republicans concede tho
election of Folk by 40,000.
BROOKLYN Complete returns glvo
Ro&sovolt 1120 plurality.
NEWARK N. J. New Jersey Indica
tions aro that Roosovelt carries It by
W.000, the samo as McKlnlcy did. Stokes,
for Governor, but llttlo behind.
MILWAUKEE At 0:15 p. m. It Is esti
mated Roosovelt will havo a plurality of
50,000 In tho State. LaFoIlotto (Rop.) for
Governor, has a safe plurality.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Tho Domocrats
havo carried tho Stato by 40,0(0.
NEWARK, N. J. Republican Stato
commlttco claims RoohovcU haa carried
Stnlo by over CO.000. Tho election of Stokes
for Governor Is claimed by Republicans
ST. PAUL Roosovolt carries Minnesota
by about 0,000.
WASHINGTON The President, in
expressing his gratitude to the people,
concluded by saying-: Under no cir
oumstances will I be a candidate or
accept another nomination to the
TOPEKA Returns coming In slowly.
Indications aro that Kansas has gono for
Roosovolt by RO.000 nnd that tho Repub
lican Stato ticket has been elected,
BOSTON Completo returns from tho
city of Boston glvo Parkor 19,433, Roose
NEW ORLEANS Domocrats havo car
ried Louisiana. Seven Democratic Con
gressman have been elected.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D. Senator TCltt
redgo claims Roosevelt has carried South
Dakota by 40.000.
SAN FRANCISCO-Callfornla will glvo
Rocfovolt 75,000 mnjorlty and all Con
gressmen will be Republican.
DENVER Roosevelt and Peabody will
carry Colorado. Latter's majority will
bo smaller than Roosovelt's.
WASHINGTON, 10 p. m. The in
dications are the Republicans will
have a majority in the next House of
Representatives of forty or upward.
WILMINGTON. Del. Addlcks faction
In Delaware claims majority of Legisla
ture on Joint ballot and says ho will suc
ceed Ball, United States Senator.
NEW YORK The Legislature is un
doubtedly overwhelmingly Republican,
aj-surlng olectlon of Republican to suc
ceed Chaunccy Dopow
NEWARK, N. J. Republicans claim
Nfcw Jera2y by 10.000 for Rooscvolt and
20,000 for Stokes for Governor.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.-Roosovolt carries
Rhode Islnnd by about 15,000.
NEW YORK Hlgglns sonds congratu
lations to Odcll.
BALTIMORE Early Democratic gains
overcome Mnrylnnd probably for Roose
velt by narrow margin.
CHEYENNE. ' Wyo. Wyoming Is con
ceded by Domocratlc loaders to havo
gono for Rooaovelt by largo majority.
NEW YORK, 10 p. m. Dolancoy Nlcol.
vice-chairman of Democratic National
committee, made the following state
ment: "President has unquestionably
carried all doubtful States and Is elected."
OMAHA William J. Bryan will go
to the United States Senate, if Ne
braska indications aro correct.
OYSTER BAY. L. I Roosevelt carried
his own town. Oyster Bay, by &).
NEW YORK Press eays LaFollctto Is
elected in Wisconsin.
CHICAGO Chairman Illinois Stato Re
publican commltteo mado tho following
statement: "Illinois has given Roosevelt
an unparalleled plurality. Returns Indi
cate that ho will carry Stato by 200.000.
Mr. Deneen Is elected Governor by great
est plurality In history of Illinois."
BOSTON At S:t5 o'clock tonight Chair
man Republican StaU commlttco said:
"Wo do npt concede anything as yet on
Governor. Roosovelt appoars to have
carried Massachusets by a plurality of
ST. PAUL Roosevelt will carry Stato
NEW YORK Queen's county comploto
returns glvo Roosevelt 31.503, Parker 17.
313. NEW YORK Tho Tribune claims South
Dakota by about 40,000.
SAN FRANCISCO-San Francisco will
give Roosevelt 30,000 majoritv, running
far ahead of McKlnloy's vote in 1900.
DENVER The Times (Dem.) concedea
that Roosevelt carries Colorado by 5000
plurality ,and claims Adams (Dem.) will
have 6000 majority for Governor.
BROOKLYN Complete returns give
Hlgglns 107,151, Herrick 110.5CO.
MILWAUKEE It Is estimated Roose
velt will have a plurality of 50.000 In tho
State, and that LaFollette has a safo plu
rality. SAN FRANCISCO-Callfornla will glvo
Roosevelt 75,000 majority, and all Con
gressmen will be Republicans.
BALTIMORE Roosevelt has carried
Baltimore by a small majority.
INDIANAPOLIS National Demo
cratic chairman conceded Indiana to
Roosevelt, as well as the entire In
diana State ticket.
INDIANAPOLIS Democratic State
Chairman O'Brien concedes Republicans
have carried Indiana by 30,000 or more. Ho
concedes the Legislature to the Republi
cans, This Insures the election of two
Republican Senators to succeed Senators
Fairbanks and Bcvcrldce.
MILWAUKEE So far seven Republi
cans and ono De;nocrnt havo been elected
COLUMBUS, O. Estlmato at 9 p. m.
was that the Republican plurality In Ohio
would exceed tho high-water mark of
1S7.000 in 1KKJ.
ST. LOUIS-Folk nnd the Democratic
State ticket eleoted safely In Missouri,
but Roosevelt Is running 1000 ahead of
SALT LAKE Democrats in Utah con
cede Stato by 0000 plurality.
LOUISVILLE Courier-Journal esti
mates State will go Democratic by 15.
HELENA, MonL Scattering points In
dicato Roosevelt has carried Stato by a
PIERRE, S. D. Democratic chairman
or the Stato committee concedes Stato to
Roosovelt by 2000.
NEW YORK From the Indications now
at hand, It seems probable that Rooso
volt haH 304 electoral votes and Parker
TOPEKA ReturnH received at Republi
can headquarters Indlcalo that Knnoaa
will give RoobovoU from SO.000 to DO 000
All returns Indlcato heavy Republican
DENVER Chairman Democratic State
commlttoo says Adams, Democrat for
Governor, will surely have 8000 majority
over Puabody outsldo of Denver. Choir
man -Republican Stato commlttoo says
Rooscvolt certainly has carried Stato and
that Gov. Peabody Is enfc, though his
voto will fall short of that of Roosovolt.
CONCORD, N H. McLaln, Republican
candldato for Governor, elected by 12,000
NEW YORK Chairman Cortelyou
sent tho following tclegrnm to Presi
dent Roosevelt: President, Washing
ton, D. C. Tho country has given nn
overwhelming vote of confidence in
you and your administration. My as
sociates at the Republican National
committee join mo in giving- my
WHITE HOUSE, Washington, D.
C, Nov 8. Cortelyou, New York: I
keenly appreciate your message of
congratulations and acknowledge it
is well in behalf of my loyal and de
voted associates of the Republican
committee. I am personally most
TRENTON. N. J. Roosevelt's major
ity, 49,200. Stokes, for Governor. 31,300.
BOSTON All Republican Slate tickot
oxcopt Governor olected In Massachusetts.
GRAND FORKS, N. D. Stato returns
aro coming in very slowly. So far a nor.
mal voto Is Indicated, with 25,000 major
ity for Rooscvolt.
LINCOLN. Nob. Mr. Bryan gives Stato
to Roosovelt by 55,000 plurality, but claims
Stato for Borgo. Fusion candldato for
Governor, by 8000 majority.
INDIANAPOLIS Senator Boverldgo
says Roosovolfs plurality In Indiana will
not bo loss than 50.000, and probably moro.
Republican majority on Joint ballot In
tho Legislature will bo 50.
INDIANAPOLIS Thomas T. Tng
gart, chairman National Democratic
committee, lias wired Chairman Cor
telyou his congratulations on tho suc
cess of tho Republican candidates.
NEW YORK Parker carries Kentucky
by only 12,000.
GRAND FORKS. N. D. Stato returns
Blow, Indlcato 23,000 majority for Roose
velt. DETROIT Chairman Republican Stato
ocnlral commlttco claims Roosevelt's ma
jority will reach 1TO.000 and Wnrncr. for
Governor, 50.000. Republicans will have
solid delegation to Congress.
BOSTON John L. .Bates'. Republican,
for Governor, congratulated William L.
Douglas of Brockton oa his election.
DENVER, 0 p. m. Tho Post concedes
tho election of Peabody in Colorado.
SALT LAKE Republican Stato Chair
man Spry claims Stato for Rooscvolt by
13,000. Domocrats concede Nutlonal ticket
of Utah county by 1000 majority. Provo.
hi mo of Senator Reed Smoot, had 1051
Twelvo districts in Salt Lako City glvo
Roosovolt 1019, Parkor 7S4. Wellsvillo.
home of Congressman Howell, gives How
ell 300, Powers 271.
NEW YORK, 12:30 a. m. Roose
velt has 302 sure electoral votes.
West Virginia, Maryland, Nevada
and Washington, with twenty-threo
votes, not heard from. Republicans
havo elected their State tickets in all
States excopt Massachusetts, where
Douglas defeated Bates; and Colorado
still in doubt. Retiring- Republican
TTnlfprl Rtntocs Ronnt-nrc iiHIl Via oun.
ceeded by Republicans, excopt possi
bly in Nevada, where tho Fusionists
claim to havo elected the Legislature.
The Domocrats carried the solid
South only 151 votes.
DES MOINES Republican hadquarters
closed at U:15. Tho 300 precincts glvo
Roosevelt a majority of 13o.C00, providing
same gain continues In remaining pre
cincts to be heard from. Full Congres
sional delegation claimed by Republicans
PORTLAND, Or. It Is estimated that
Multnomah county will give Roosovelt be
tween 10,00") and 12,000 majority. Tho Stato
will go Republican by 33,000. almost dou
ble tho majority over given any Presl
OMAHA Simply lnndsllde for Rooae
volt. MILWAUKEE Total vote Mllwaukco:
Roosovolt 2C.784; net loss over vote of
1KK), 2S3S; Parker 10,427, loss of 6&S2 over
Bryan voto of 1900: Debs 10,921. a Soclal
Domocratlq gnln of 12,202 over vote of
CHICAGO By request: To President
Roosevelt by tho Union League club tho
following telegram was sent at 9 o'clock:
"To tho President, White House, Wash
ington, D. C.: On behalf of tho presi
dent and members of tho Union League
club of Chicago, wo congratulate you
upon tho overwhelming indorsement of
your administration given today by the
peoplo. From present Indications, Illi
nois will glvo the Republican tlckot an
unprecedented mnjorlty. (Signed) George
Edmund Foss, II. C. Miller, George W.
DENVER, Nov. S. At 10 o'clock tho re
turns from over the Stato Indlcato that
Roosevelt nnd Peabody havo carried Colo
rado by a safo plurality, tho former run
ning considerably ahead of tho latter.
Teller county appears to bo safely Re
publican and In El Paso county tho do
feat of Parker nnd Adams resembles a
rout. Northern Colorado Is for Roose
velt and Adams and tho Governor has
shown surprising running qualities In the
mining section, where It was thought ho
would bo snowed undor. In northern
Colorndo Peabody ran very well, but at
Hint fell behind his ticket. Returns from
eastorn Colorado arc coming In slowly,
but they nil show a decided Republican
color, bouthcrn Colorado is about ovoulv
divided. Las Animas county Is claimed
by tho Republicans and Huerfano did ns
expected by giving Roosevelt and Pea.
body a big plurality.
ClIICAGO-Total city voto: Roosevelt.
201.C5S; Parker, 97.S40; Swallow, 4390; Debs,
41.595; Corrlgan, 2774; Wntaon, 2512; Hol
DES MOINES At 12:15 a. m. Chairman
Spencc of tho Republican State commlt
teo authorized the statement that the
Stato would glvo Roosovolt 135,000 to 140
000. and that all of the Congressmen would
ClIICAGO-Tho Republicans havo elcct
od 1G9 Congressmen and tho Democrats
137. Of thu othor eighty districts forty
nine aro now represented bv Republicans
and thlrty-ono by Domocrats.
LINCOLN A copy of Alton B. Par
ker'H message of congratulation to Presl
dent Roosovolt wflH nhown to William J
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Bryan tonight. Mr. Bryan Bald It was
too early to comment on tho result and
declined to muko any statement.
ST LOUIS Tho Republican SLato com
mltteo refuses to concede a Democratic
majority In Missouri.
"BUTTE, Mont Presldont Roosovelt:
Accept slncoro congratulations. Its glori
ous. Put Montana In tho grand triumphal
procession. LEE MANTLE.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. Tho Journal (Re
publican) claims tho defeat of Congress
man Cowherd, chairman of tho Demo
cratic Congressional committee, by 1500
WASHINGTON Chairman Cowherd of
tho Democratic Congressional commlttco
at 11 o'clock said: "Wo concodo that the
Republican-Roosevelt landslide has car
ried tho Houao of Representatives by a
majority as largo as that now held."
MINEOLA, L. I. Roosovclt'n plurality
In Nasenu county will bo closo to 3000.
The Republicans have olected William W.
Cocks to Congress. Roosevelt carried his
own town, Oyster Bay, by about COO.
OGDEN. Tho 25 election districts
In this city give Roosovelt 500 plurality
on straight tickets; four outside districts
glvo 19S plurality on straight tickets.
PHILADELPHIA. Tho roturns count
ed In ten wards In Philadelphia show
a falling off In Parker's voto as
compared with that of Bryan of 3500. nnd
nn Incronso for Roosevelt over McKlnlcy
of 10.000. Republican leaders say tho voto
Is far ahead of tholr wildest expectations,
and say Philadelphia avIU show 1CO.000
plurality for Roosovolt and tho Stato will
give a Republican plurality of at least
COLUMBUS, O. Tho estimate at 11 p.
m. was that tho Ronubllcan plurality In
OI1I2. would exceed tho high water mark
of 137,000 In 1S9I. and also any provious Re
publican record on Congressmen. It la
believed the Socialists Increased their voto
at tho expense of the Democrats.
Chairman Oarber of the Democratic
committee had no figures to glvo out on
tho State or national tlckot. but thought
the Democrats would hold their own on
BALTIMORE. Chairman Hnnna of tho
Republican committee claims Maryland
has gone Republican. Official returns aro
still monger. Results close.
ST LOUIS-Tho Democratic State com
mlttco clnlms 35,000 pluralltv for tho Na
lloral and State tickets.
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Nov. S. Republican
headquarters nnnounco that Fowler, Dem
ocrat, for delegate to Congress, Is ahead
In Phoenix. 215 votes and In tho country
precincts In this country. 312.
SEATTLE. Wnsh.-Complcte and In
complete roturns from scvonty-slx pro
ducts In King county give Mead. Repub
lican candidate for Governor, 2911; Tur
ner, Democrat, 182S.
PORTLAND, Or. Roturns from thir
teen precincts In three counties In Wash
ington outsldo of King, Plorco nnd Spo
kane countlos give: Roosovolt, Ml; Par
ker, 11S ; Mead, Ropubllcan, for Governor,
2JS; Turner. Democrat, 135.
For Congress: Humphrey. Republican,
252: Jones. Ropubllcan. 252; Cu.shm.in. Re
publican, 252; Hathaway. Domocnit. IS;
Anderson, Domocrat, IS; Beck, Democrat,
These countleo entire gavo McKlnlcy
3517; Bryan. 2220.
DENVER 190 precincts out of 204 In
Denver county glvo a majority of 2320 for
the entire Democratic ticket, with thou
sands of scratched ballots remaining to
DENVER. Colo. Trllly Scott hns
wired Democratic headquarters that In
all but fourteen precincts of Cripple Crook
there wcro 3S12 straight Republican votes,
3421 Democratic and 1(10 scratched ballots.
Soott concedes Cripple Crook to tho Re-
luiiJiiiniis u) VJ.
DENVER, Colo At midnight tho en
tire voto had been counted in only two
precincts In Denver. In one at these were
93 scratched ballots, of which C3 were for
Adams, and In tho other Adams had 115
out of 103.
SEATTLE, Wash. Comploto nnd Incom
plete returns from S7 precincts In King
county glvo Rend, Republican, for Gov
ernor, 3127; Turner, Democrat, 1019.
Tho thrco Ropubllcan Congressmen.
Jones. Humphroy anil Cushman. arc ro
turncd by majorities of from 15,0(0 to
PORTLAND, Or. Returns from SI pre
cincts in Multnomah county, Oregon, out
of a total of S3 precincts, glvo Roosevelt.
13,004; Parker. 2279.
WORKING OUT INDEMNITY.
Customs at Puerto Plata Are Paying
Claims American Citizens.
NEW YORK. Nov. S. John T. Abbott,
who recently took charge of tho Puerto
Plata customs-houflo. In order to liquidate
a judgment against tho San Domingo Gov
ernment, has arrived hero. Ho declared
that Carlos F. Morales, the former priest,
who recently plncod himself at 'the 'head
of tho llttlo West Indian republic, to be a
very friendly man and one of great abllltv.
Tho customs-house nt Puerto Plata is
working out tho Indemnity which the San
Domingo Government owes American
citizens. Having full power In the mattor,
Mr. Abbott has been liberal with tho Gov
ernment In tho twenty days he has been
In charge and has turned over most of tho
monoys for Government uses. The Indem
nity payments will bo taken out Inter on.
IIo Is In this city at presont on a brlof
business trip, and will sail for San Do
mingo again tomorrow.
"Tho Idoa of paying tho Indemnity hnB
rather taken the fancy of tho people
now," ho said. "Our relations with tho
people and tho Government have been
most cordial. Tho averages of tho last
five years Indlcnte that the revenues will
bo more than sufllclcnt to pay tho Install
ments on tho Indemnity and provide for
tho budget. Tho revenues aro nlwaya a
llttlo larger when collocted by Americans '
Likes Girls Without Hats.
"The prettiest sight Imaginable, and one
I havo never seen outsldo o.f tho United
States. Is the promenade of your beautiful
girls and young women on tho streets of
evenings, when they appear without nny
sort of head covering." said Samuel Gol
bey of London. "To my mind this Is one
of tho prettiest, most picturesque and fas
cinating customs that ever the fair sex
adopted, and It seems to have reached the
acme of Its development right hero In your
capital. In their spotless whllo garments
and without hats or bonnets, the quintes
sence of feminine chnrm Is rcvenled
Though I havo been all over tho civilized
world. I never saw tho prnctlco till I camo
to America.' Washington Post
"Tree Tea Seated Wisdom"
The pure, good tea, sold in
M. J. BRANDENSTEIrj & CO.,
Importers, San Francisco.
DhlDLK 0 Lilt
Remorse Prove Him lo
Bright Career of Young
Played Part of Go-Between in Buying
Up Boodlers Until Eposure
SCRANTON Pa.. Nov. S.-Ground bc
tweon tho millstones of conscience nnd
loyalty to brlbc-glvlng employers, Edward
J. Malonoy's promising life, checkered
with black remorse and Insanity, ended
Tho end of this tragedy. of graft came
with tho absolute Identification of tho
body picked up In Long Island sound as
that of Maloney. Capt. Gllbcrt(HutchIn
son of tho schoonor Ella R. Simpson
found tho body ilontlng near Centre Isl
and. It Is now cortnlu that tho desperate man
leaped from tho deck of the Joy Lino
steamship Edgcmont in tho course of its
trip from New York to Provldcnco lost
Since his discharge from the insane de
partment of tho Hillside home, near hero,
about a year ago, Malonoy had been a
contract agent for the New York and New
Jersey Telephone company, and had been
connected with the Newark ofllco of that
concern moat of tho time.
Example of Ruined Life
No sormon against bribery and munici
pal corruption can equal in forco the ex
amplo of this ruined life and disgraceful
death. It carries a leason that will servo
for generations In all northenstern Penn
sylvania. Burleil In tho suicide's grave will be
Bocrets that would havo wrecked tho repu
tations of somo of Scrnnton's wealthiest
and most prominent men nnd would. have
driven them in disgraco from tho city.
These aro tho brlbors who were served by
tho young suicide In tho light of tho
Lackawanna Telephone company to ob
tain a Scranton franchise In 1S99.
Malonoy was one of tho managers of
the Central Pennsylvania Telephone and
Supply company, a part of the Bello Tolo
phono syBtom at that time. He had gono
Into the service of the compnny ns an
operator at a salary of a few dollars a
week, and by enthusiastic devotion to the
company's Interests and unquestioning
loyalty to ila superiors, had advanced
rapidly along tho avenues of wealth and
responsibility. Ills wholo time was spent
In tho service of his employers, and he
took no time for recreation of any kind.
could Trust Him to Bribe.
This absoluto devotion and trustworthi
ness caused his selection for tho position
of go-between when the light for the tclo
Phonc franchise was on. The men who
sot out to block the franchise by brlbory
felt that, of all men, he was the ono who
cculd bo trusted with knowledge of their
They furnished the money with which
tr.clr tool went Into tho cagor Councllman
Ic markot and bought tho votes of boo
dllng mombera. Not a scrap of paper,
not nn open action by which their com
plicity could bo traced, was known to any
cno but the young man, who, everybody
believes, did not realize a penny from the
On ono Bldo wore tho Invested money
and tho future profits of the men who
had been his friends. On the other sldo
was his conscience. He had been deeply
religious and his llfo had bean one of
hard work and right living. Gratitude
and loyalty were served and tho work of
moral and mental disintegration was com
- Laughed at Offers of Immunity.
Tho franchlso war was followed by
revelations of tho bribery mado by de
tectives of the Municipal lcaguo. Council
men who had been bought by Malonoy
turned State's ovldenco and he, with sev
eral Councllmon. wer'i Indicted.
Prominent men of tho Municipal loaguo.
knowing thnt Malonoy was merely a tool,
urged him to reveal tho names of the real
bribers. They promised him Immunity
from Il.lrt,,er disgrace. This he laughed
at. Thoy urged that ho confess in the
Interests of justice and civic morality
They pointed out that this would bo some
measure of atonement for the damage he
had done tho communltv.
This argument moved him so that he
promised to npmo the criminals within
The bribers learned of the promise and
made a frantic appeal to their victim. As
tho rosult of that plea he disappeared tho
night It was made.
Couldn't Escape Curse of Community.
Hiding In slums, skulking through vil
lages, he wandered with tho weight of his
guilt and tho guilt of others upon his
sensitive and remorse-tortured soul Ho
was a modern "Wandering Jew." with the
curso of a community ringing always In
Ono day the police of Chicago picked
up a man who was shrieking oxhortatlona
to a gaping crowd on a street corner His
eyes blazed. His clothing was dirty and
n ragsj. Ho wept hysterically aild he
laughed tho vacant laugh of tho maniac
"Keep away from tho briber1" ho
shrieked. "Look at me. See whoro the
briber hns marked me. He la burning out
my heart. Ho Is soaring my brain with
rod-hot Irons. Ho has bought mo. body
heart and soul. I am his! Look at me
Could Not Reconstruct Wreck.
It was Edward J. Malonev. His heart
broken family had him brought to Scran
;m, ln,a Plnced w"n other maniacs In the
Hlllsldo home. Another Inmntu of tho
home at that time was former Mayor
James O. Bailey, whoso connection with
bribery scandals had ruined his llfo and
wrecked his mind. nU
After n 'onir course of trMimnni in n,
asylum Maloney was sent out as virtual
ly cured. Ho was narmuss, diu so mel
ancholy and spiritless that his old friends
scarcely rccognlzod him. ".nus(
Tho men who were responsible for his
downfall got him out of Scranton Tl ov
could not reconstruct tho wreck that hnd
beon a man,
Tho memory of his crlmo abodo with
him always It mado him unfit for tho
duties of life Jt drove hlm-to his lonoiy
and disgraceful death. wy
Threo Louisville Officers Charged
With Intimidating- Negroes.
LOUISVILLE. Nov. 8, Three members
of tho Louisville pollco force James
Tiornoy. Thomas Connoll and Daniel Sx
Mfllmier?,oTiei1 t0,,ny y United States
in 2S k1iladics 011 "''Wants aworn out
in the Fodoral court charging them with
conspiracy to Intimidate negro voters
fnJ.mIlrJn0iner3 V5e "'rested while In unl
trS,I" on duty near a polling-booth
? SBhth,uni1 Gryaon streets, whore, it
commltfci' th UCt3 comDl were
philadelphlTL , 1
members of tho yo,,'' -A
act in. Philadelphia tW w
nnd laughter yeaierdaj;
way marriage of Syb I 1 a, '
e, to Kurt D.edr, 1 i
Maw. She. is only unhoii.
tradition, they say
Philadelphia col'SLfc ,
olop ng with men of theR1
Mists Hale is Wn T cht
delphhu She io the lafen K
Hale, general oflker ofrtA5
& Ohio railroad, and
tor of tho Rev. Dr fL
Hale. Her mother Art 3
Conner, daughter of IS ft
who in her girlhood,
Who would think of hem
away and getting marriSf
a young girl friend ofyL
yesterday. "They were whwA14
a great deal this summer Sh(J
sett Pier, but I nmThStfft"
eo serious as that." uuuBn' u
Ono of the cousins whom Uii. '
year-old bride emulated L
away match was silsa Sally Sy?
daughter of Clement BlddliLm
She eloped with Samuel SffifJ
ler, a eon of Spencer Miller iffi
and a brother of Aid en Mm S
musician, who gave a S
other day to show his pJSgJ
friends how much he had Kr
several years' study abroad -
Another of the Eame fji7 jMi
Harriet Blddle. ran away and niSP
Do Grass Fox, who died ff&J
summer. Two other courfns iLO
the uame manner of marryirir vuJ?
in one of the cases has any 'vM
ness resulted so far as I9 kmmTLV
In the light of this, society raJ?
are Inclined to excuse the youUifni bM
riage of Sybil Hale with thftutS
"It 18 in the blood." r9
SUSPENDED FROM OFFIcl
Seizure Clerk U. S. Collector's 0
San Frandsco, in Trouble, j
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov l-Cnui
ger. seizure clerk In tho offlcnofui
lector of tho port, has been t-jfwa
Tho charge made agalnut him, It lis
Is that he received tho deposits xbiU
valuable parcels and kept the mo-iy j
extent of Unger's alleged apprdprUti
of these funds Is not vol kjiown. btifl
said the amount will exceed JliO),
It Is further reported that wla t
sclzuro clerk learned that htadolasjl
been discovered he nalsned, but thu D
lector Stratton declined to accept lh r
Ignatlon nnd suspended Unqpr uca 1
situation could be sifted to th botlu,
Regarding- Unger's troubles CtE
Stratton declines to bp intcrvlewfd. 1
Is departmental business," he siid,
1 am not permitted to discuss II. It
say thnt Mr. Unger Is suspend I
Sick headache results from a Vym
dered stomach and Is quickly curd
Chamberlain's Stomach and LIyTiK
lets. For sale by all leading drstjlA
Fifty Voters Shut Out at Frescjtp
FRESNO, Cal., Nov. S.-The discsn
was unearthed today that In sons-cM
plained manner a batch of orr tl
duplicate registration affidavits thjkJ
from the Countj Clerk's office, tlm
chlslng that many citizens, mUyl
crats. The larceny was made at 1 0
making It Impossible to rc-rcpttr: J
dlecovery of tho wholesale cbirtRl
the thoft was not made until the cu
plaints camo In today of dUmshls
Boy Convicted of Lese Hajeityfr
BERLIN. Nov. S.-A thlrtWMME
Polish boy has been sentenced Wjj
months' Imprisonment for Itit Wam
Llssa, province of Posen. vhHe at P
In convonantlon with other -boys. M m
leged to have condemned the ncuir&w,w
Germany In tho iar Eastern war
tmm GEORGE f
Relates a Tough EsperienM
Engineer on the C. and P.
Captain Gailor writes Ji.?tiB
very poor hoalth nnd w fffflM
some days he had to call : KW
tho throttle. Ho would lie affak
and look ahead to his next T 't
with fear arid dread Ho
tite. his stomach rebelled at gr;
food he ate. and ho was al'f'u
orablo nnd discouraged, fcetjW
many medicines! without J3m,
Vlnol was recommended. , u
all his friends to know thai 1 1 tf7
a now man of him. Ho saW k
stored his health and WfP tM,
soundly, und every mrn'n rt flk
rested, strong and eager
w T, uiei
feels convinced that the",,
medicine In the woW uw vfn0, Mig,
ato and creato strength inw Vfi-JMk-Our
local drugdst. r
did for Mr. Gailor It J COT. B
woman or child in Salt scee-gW
cause Vlnol contains in s ;MW
form all of the .ji"1 liver
creating elements of f loDac- .
out oil or grease to upaci u
retard Us work. , , cCi'r
Wo ask every rui ;vv',cron jBi
hllltatccl. aged or ww kP
Lake City, and eep ' inS.on f
wfth a stubborn MM. jS&gl
bronchitis or Jnclplen tee rPS
try Vlnol on our Co. PgB
Fraokeii, ai30 Smith i" -