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l 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. -
I CONTROL OFTHE
I SENATE PASSES
I TB 0ECRI!TS
Prcsident-Elect Wilson Will
Have Bolh Houses of Con
Kress Behind Him When
He Takes His Seal.
f-K-II.T tho Democratic party would
I control tlic United States en
E alo almost, liooaiiio a certainty
Into Inst ni;:Iit when only tho
nrobnblo loss of West Virginia seemed
to stund in the way o success.
Of the uinotcon scats hold by Rc
publicans which were at stake in Tues
la s election it became necessary for
lie Democrats to elect six to secure
a majority in the senate, providing
tho 'were able nt the same time to
retain possession of their own.
Ifi'turns up to Jast niffht gave them
the following in Kejmblioan strong
holds. J Two in Colorado, where .lolin J' .
Miafroth, Democrat, for the full term,
and I . S. Thomas, Democrat, for tho
-diort term, will be elected bv a Demo
i ratio legislature.
H Oup in Montana, where Republicans
anl ProresKives conceded tho election
" T .1. Walsh, Democrat.
Oji in Kausap, whero W. I. Stubbs.
Republican, conceded the election of
i his oppononl, William II. Thompson,
One in Delaware, a Democratic leg
Haturc assuring tho return of a Demo
i oral to succeed .Richardson, Republican,
One in ew Jersey, where illiam
H' Mnches, Democrat, will succeed "Briggs,
Definite reports are lacking troin Or
rgon, Wyoming. Tonnessoc. New TTnmp
nhirc, Illinois and South Dakota. Late
figures from Nevada indicato that Pitt
man. Democrat, is elected and the "Re
miblicans apparently have a small
maiority in tho Iowa legislature on
T joint ballot, thus assuring the re-clec-l
tion of United States Senator Kcnyon,
H1 In the house the Domocrals have in-
H; in&ed their majority in tho last con
i press, the scats secured by the parties
boinc as follows:
Democrats, 2fl0; Rcpublicnns, 1H;
Progressives, 12; doubtful or unreport
ed. 10. Total. 435.
The forcgointr showed the" standing
at 11 o'clock Wednesday night of the
hrusn of representatives in tho Sixty
third fnew") congress. The total of 2S4
cavo tho Democrats GI more than the
H1 21S neccssarv for a majority and 01
more than the Democratic membership
n the Sixty-second congress. The ta
H I'lc bv states follows:
Division by States.
H' 1 V G S3 3 '
SJ'ATUr 2 S !
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r' '.nv.irft I 1
I ioi !Ia 'I I
'".t-Kla r- 12
l.l,!, i 2 ... 2 ...
'Ji 27 20 i :i
IfJlaiiH . 15 18
'inu n s...
K.iusar S t . . .
K'cntucltv 11 9 2 ...
Maine ,. ;v..n, I 1 8...
Ma" lanrt 6 $
.t.fn-iiftttur if -4 o...
'I 'iiri 2 7 2
Mmii'soiH 10 I 0...
Mlf MBlppl s s
Mlhhonrl '. 4 ( K, .11 2'...
Moht.iii 2 ...I...
tracks r' S 3 ...
Xr'Jn 1 ...
Vrw llHrapuhlro 3 3
Wu JjrMjy , J3 11 .lj...
Nru Mexico 1 J
Ww VorH v.. .11 12...
N rt'i Carol) rvi 10 10
No-th iikotn . r; ... ni...
o'iio 10 nl...
Okl.ilionm S ll...
f'rcpn 3... St...
Pf-iinryh-y ntn nn n 21 2
notlf island aj 2 1 ...
"outh Carolina 71 7... I...
.-011th Pakota. 5... 2 1
'1 rnnf ?f;oo .v to 3 3...
ris is is
' 'nh ... 1 ...
J r-rriorit l
virpinu nil 0 1
J WaRliincton pi
Tst Vtrslnln nl 2 t ...
Vlaconsln Ml j fi...
I. PLAN BETTERMENTS
FOR COAL MINERS
Th orcanlxatlnn of R r0il nilnlnr In
'ut. coverinc thr ftUtos of Utah Wvo.
Trv''f;. Colorado nnd Xow .Moxiro. id
wh!h will hav. u prlnrlpfll oblu-t th
promotion ami pmtTtion of th. roal
n:nins induxti-- for npratorH arnl mlnom
a'!?d for .N"ovcmbr 12 nl Dwor.
J E rtttt. iUtc coal mtfto lnsp"tor.
" t",,n appointed on th temporary or
ran. ration committer, .nd ha rcclvod
a ran rroni 1 Temporary rjialrman 'K. H
V uf Colorado, to attend a nic-tliir
th committee Hi Donvr two 1&vf
rj'jtr to tho soncral organization meo't
v bm thr roov vh8 fint launch, sf.rt
'-il mlnlnp ojionttorx. Inrlndlnc Ijwpec.
"r aimI rppt'MMitntivfrii nf mlnom In
ntal namod, xprcnrl ihnlr wnl.
n Pnrfnenta to th rdltor of The Coal
5i'hfth 1 7! wklr publication.
J11"'1 lcUYn,?1 tl,kon d he plan
and the organization committee r,a-i
'?nn BubK,OBnl,y ft"n amonfr theso
Thp call for nn orsanlaitlon motlnp tn
'-in sent wt to. all Intorwitod in coal
ri'nn n the state to ho Included in
h inntltute. and a lanro attcniluncc 7t
I. After tho crip, paeumonin or typhoid
lever, take Hood's Sarsaparilla U re
tores health and strength.
I BETTER PRINTING
Than we do ran't be done. Ccnturv
Tnntinc Co.. 55-57 Ppatoffico place.
Ruttunaco Sale. J
Bv I pitanan women, a T'mtv ha'l
Hj ns'o-tfc Second Kajt. Satnrd.i, N0 I
ember 0, at JO a. in. tAdvcrtiscnicnU; '
(That have great medicinal power, axn
raIsod to tholr highest efllelency. fo
ptirlfvlnEr and enriching: the blood. 2:
Uioy are combined In Hood's Sarsa
parllln. , . ,
10,3GG tesllmonlalB received by actual
.-ount In two years. Be sure to take
Get U today In usual liquid form oc
V'ocolatcd tablets called SnreatabS
WILS01 LOSES IN
THE GOPHER STATE
(Continued from Pago One.)
night's roturns. In Lo? AnpeleH county
iilono. Dobs polled more than 10,000 votes,
San Franclsoo county belnc u eiosc sec
ond with 12,415. The ProhibltUonlsta also
made a pood showlnp. 7220 votes for
Chiifln bolntr so far recorded.
Th result In tins First congre&slonal
district appears to he still In doubt, but 1
with the advantage tonlRht for the first;
time docldedlv In favor of William Kent.
Progressive and Incumbent. With nearly
lmlf of the precincts heard from, t.ent
has a plurality of 151 votes over Zum- 1
In the sixth district. Knowland, Repub
lican, has certainly been re-elected, al
though Stltt Wilson, Socialist, made a
remarkable run against him.
The seat of Xccdhiun. Republican. In
the Seviiiith district, appears to be In
danger, if indeed. It has not beon lost.
With 302 of tho 461 precincts heard from.
Church. Democrat, has a vote of 17,51s
to Xeedham's Itl.SDS
Kvans. Republican, has a substantial
plurality over Kcttner. Democrat, In the
Eleventh, witli about three-fourths of
the precincts heard from.
RENO. Nev., Nov. C Kcv I'iltman.
Democrat, apparently has been selected
bv Nevada voters to fill the place in the
Untied States senate formerly occupied
by tho late George S. Nixon. Returns
from 13R out of 251 products throughout
I lie state, give for scnutor: PIttman.
5051: Massoy. Republican. 1553; Summer
field, Progressive. 856; Steele. Socialist,
For president the stale went for Wil
son by a heavy plurality, the vote from
tho same precincts being Wilson. 5171;
Roosevelt, 3314; Taft, 1967; Dobs, 237S.
For congress It appeared to be a close
raco between Talhnan. Democrat, and
Roberts, Republican, the figures being:
Tallman. 582; Roberts. 4fG4; Spring:
mover. Progressive, 126S; Warden, So
McCarran, Democrat, led his rivals for
the supreme court by a wide margin:
McCnrran. 53ol; Lockhart, Republican,
I74S; Thomas. Progressive, 1370; Harllctt,
NEW YORK. Nov. C.--A Wilson plural
ity of practically an even 200.000 votes
over Taft, a Tai't lead of 50.000 over
Roosevelt and a similar alignment of
parlies In the gubernatorial vote Is the
result of the election In New York state,
so far as confirmed bv nearly complete
The Democratic presidential plurality Is
the largest New York state has ever given
that party and it Ik the first time tho
voters outside of the metropolitan dis
trict have given a. Democratic presiden
tial candidate a plurality. The totals to
For president: Wilson. R1S.0G5; Taft.
177.27 ir Roosevelt, 381.000. Wilson's plu
For governor: Sulzer fDcm.V, r.49.S0fi;
Ifedses (Rep.). 114, 6S2: Straus (Prog.),
391.663. Sulzer's plurality. 205.120.
New York city avo Wilson a plurality
of 124, 6SS over Roosevelt, who was'ttccond
In the city.
On the general wavo of Democratic suc
ce3 tho party appears to have won the
most substantial control It ever had of
CHICAGO. Nov. 7. Estimates based on
election returns received up to 1 o'clock
tliu? morning are that Colonel KooecvcU.
has carried Illinois by about 10,000 votes
over Wilson. Wilson gradually gainod
Htrcngth throughout the dav in down
state reports, but the colonel's lead of
jlS.OOO In Cook county Is believed to bo
largo enough to cany htm through.
Dunne's plurality In tho gubernatorial
race probably will exceed 100.000.
Funk, the Protrressivo nominee, con
tinued to run second, and it seemed prob
able that Dcncen, Republican, would fln
The defeat of William R. McKlnlcy, Re
publican, for concrcss In the 19th dis
trict sccuiK certain.
CHICAGO. Nov. C Estimates based
on complete results from Chicago and
rmlf of the counties ouiaide of th city
early today. Indicated that Roosevelt's
plurality over Wilson might be almost.
If not entirely, overcome. Colonel Roose
velt's plurality In Cook cotintv wns re
duced to Ioh than 10.000 bv Wilson's
plurality In the stato. and complete fig
ures had not been received from narlv
fifty counties in the southern part of tho
Charles Boeschcnstein. Democratic na
tional committeeman from Illinois. aftr
atudyinc reports received during the
night, said Governor Wilson had carried
Illinois. He said his reports Indlcatrd
large plurajlt!a for Wilson In counties
not yet tabulated.
DENVER, Nov. 6 A Domocratlc pres
idential plurality of 47.000 In Colorado
Is predicted tonight. basd upon returns
thun far recoivod. Complete returns from
345 precincts. Including 104 from Dnvr.
give Wilson. 31,255; Taft. 14.535: Roose
velt. 19,500. if the rc?t of the 1412 pre
cincts cant nn dually hcavv vote and
show th 3 axn preferences, the total
vote for tho state will he 270.000, with a
n'urallty for Wilson ovr Roo?vcIt of
47,000 and over Taft of 70,000. Immdl
atly before the election managers of all
political parties agreed that tho vot
would be in the neighborhood of 270,000
For governor, th figures from 309 pr
clncts. Including 57 from Denver, give
Ammonf, Democrat. 2.534: Costlgan,
The financial standing and
tr,tgrit of tha men who com
pocc t'. Board of Directors of
hla company havo contributed
Hrgely to Its success and nro
wfrtLy of consideration on the
ra't of all who contemplate
V S Ba scorn,
r E MeCJurrin.
i: D. Woodruff.
W. A. Wilson.
R C. Osmmoll,
r C. Jackling.
SALT LAKE SECURITY &
32 Main St.
BpyjTWPTJL-J 1 1 -J J ll 1"
Sultan is ready to
flee to asia minor
(Continued from Pago Ono.)
loniki were opened last Friilnv botweeu
the foroijin consuls and the military au
thorities, but tho Turkish commander
ucmanded that his trooj9 be allowed to
march out with t heir arms and with
all honors of war, and the negotiations
fell through. Tho civil governor is said
to have committed suicide.
The Greek newspapers in discussing
the proposed armistice, pay it can only
be accepted on condition that the Tur
kish throne bo transferred to A'ata
Minor and that reforms for the benefit
of tho Christian population there must
I bo introduced.
PORTE HAS LITTLE
HOPE OF SUCCESS
LONDON. Nov. 0. The fomnantsi of
tho Turkish army have now reached the
last ditch In European Turkey.
The commissariat department of the
Turkish army, to which the blame for 1
the series of defeats can be largely laid, I
has at last realized that even Turkish
noldlers cannot fight on empty stomachs.
It is hurrying brCiul to the works and
trenches across tho narrow peninsula as
the only moans left of keeping the sol
diers In the forts and trenches, thus pro
venting them from overrunning Constan-!
The porte obviously lias little hope of
holding the lines of Tchatnlja, for It Is
still pursuing its endeavors to enlist the
fiympathies of the powers In order to
bring about a cessation of hostilities Tho
government has even threaten 1 to leave
tho capital and go to Asia Minor if the
war is not stopped.
This, however, I? considered a "bluff
to hasten the action of the powers, who
would find thomsclves In n worse dllcmna
than over If they hod to decide to whom
Constantinople should bo awarded.
Scutari continues Us resistance. Its
garrison has scored some succo.mscs In
sorties but today it Is reported that the
Montenegrin army has cut off Its last
communications by taking Alesslo and
the port of San Giovanni do Mcdcu,
through which Scutari has been obtain
Adrianoplo is reported to be In a. bad
way, as the main water supply of the
city has been cut.
SULTAN READY TO
GO TO ASIA MINOR
CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov. 6. The
council of ministers sat m til 11 o'clock
tonlslu discussing the military situation
and the question of mediation. Several
prominent generals were Inviled to give
an opinion on tho position of tho army.
Comprehensive measures have been
adopted for tho protection of the city
and the fear of disorders Is decreasing,
since the foreign warships have arrived.
It Is reported that preparations have
been made for the sultan to go to Brusa.
in Asia Minor if the Bulgarians capture
tho Tchtalaja line.
A nerslstcnt rumor is that tho Turk
ish commander, Nazlni Pasha, Is miss
ing and It Is feared that ho has been
killed or mado prisoner. The blockade
of tho Bulgarian coast will be aban
doned, as the ships are needed for tho
defense of Constantinople.
It is reported that the cabinot has de
cided to prosecute the war after making
a chango in a. number of important com
mands In the eastern army. General
Mahmoud Muklar, who has arrived from
army headquarters, today told Kiamit
Pashn, the grand vir.lcr, that tho porto's
demand for medio tion had produced the
worst possible effect on the army.
LONDON, Nov. C The Constantinople
correspondent of the Daily Chronicle
sends the following
"At any moment the storm may break
and Involve us In the red ruin of massa
cre and outrage. Soon Constantinople
Itself will be surrounded.
"For 500 years the Turk has lorded It
over tho 'Infidel.'- The last hours of the
ascendency, it is feared, may be dyed in
blood. He had n foretaste of what Is to
come In the news from Rodosto. Thither
came bands of Nizam's army driven from
Lulc Burgas by the victorious Bulgarians.
Tho thin vein of European clvilhsullon
vanished like mlftl hi the morning sun
light. A scene of horror followed. The
town "was given up to massacre, outrage
and pillage. It was act 011 firo In soven
places. Children were hurled into rag
ing flames. In their agony of fear, many
tried to get to the open sea In boats,
anywhere from thoso human wolves. In
some cases the boatmen wero massa
cred. In others, those who trusted to
the sea found a merciful death beneath
"Tho victorious march of the Bulgarian
army results in similar tnussacro when
ever tho Turks anticipate the coming of
"The arrival of the forclrn cruisers has
Progressive. 13,355; Tarks, Republican,
For conEro5tinan-at-l8rge, lh vote,
with 202 precincts reporting. Is Keating.
Democrat. 12,057; Taylor. Democrat. 12,
600. Dodge, Progressive, 5036. Fisher.
Progressive, 4S62: Kinsley. Republican.
7353; La ton. Republican. 7120.
George J- Klnbel, Democrat, in the
First district, and M. IT. Seldomrldge.
Democrat. In the Second precinct, are
sleeted to congress. Th Democrats will
control the next legislature, "which will
elect two United States -nators. Gov
ernor John F. Shafroth and Charles S.
Thomas won in the preferential voto for
the senate seats.
State-wide prohibition, voted upon as
an Initiated amendment to tho constitu
tion, -was defeated by a majority esti
mated at from 20.000 to 40.000. A re
ferred measure to build a nil I road tunnel
JM Timely .
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flocks that roam the
bonnie braes o' Scot
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Fit classily and com
fortably under your
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your favorite color.
exasperated the Moslems, who consider
it evidence that the city Will be occupied
by foreign troop?. The government ex
orcises no moral authority, and murders
In the Greek and Jewish quarters occur
, TURK REAR GUARD
VI15NNA. Nov. 7. The Kulchpusl cor
respondent with the Mulgarlrvn army
sends the following despatch under date
of November 6:
"After heavy fighting the Hulgarhin
left wing occupied tho hulghta east of
1st rani! a and has driven the Turkish
right wliifr Into the forest region west, of
Lake Dcrkns. The Bulgarians nrc now
bringing, their forces from lutrandla and 1
yenlkcul to deliver an attack on the
Tchatalla position south of Lake Dorkos,
The Bulgarian center and right wings are
forcing tho defeated Turkish rear guard
back along the lines sixteen mile cast
of Tchorlu and will execute an' attack on
tho Turkish positions on both sides of
"In the recent fighting the Turkish
artillery supported the Infantry vety In
differently, leaving the Infantry exposed
to the attacks of the pursuing Bulgarians.
As a result the retreat of the Turks al
most Invariably has degenerated Into a
"Before Adrianoplo tho Turks are try
ing to break through the Bulgarian ring.
The failure of tho Inst sortie appears al
most to have broken the garrison's pow
ers of resistance, and Us fall Is expected
Francis Joseph for Peace.
BUDAPK3T. Hungary. Nov. ii.The
deslro for peace of the. Austro-Hungarlan
government was voiced today by Em
peror Francis Joseph. After alluding to
the "warlike" complications that havo
broken out in the Balkan peninsula," the
"An early return of settled political
and commercial conditions In the near
east appears urgently desirable.
"My government will ho ready, la
agreement with the allied cabinet and
at tho proper moment, to participate In
any action of the grat powers having
as Us aim the restoration of peace."
Realize the Worst.
CONSTANTINOPLE:. Nov. 6. The
Turkish government appears at present
to be able to control tho local situation.
The patrols in the streets have been
strengthened by tho arrival of a large
number of military polico from the cities
of Ismld and Brusa, about fifty miles
from the capital.
More troops havo boon sent to guard
the approaches to Constantinople, so as
to prevent the Ingress of fugitives.
Notwithstanding these measures and
the arrival of the foreign war vessels, the
public Is still unsettled and many fami
lies continue to leave for abroad.
The public Is astonished and dumb
founded a't tlic repeated Turkish re
verses. It is now recognized on all sides
that the end has come.
Tho Turkish staff has decided lo take
up Its position immediately behind the
town of Tchatalla and await there the
coming fight with tho Bulgarian troops.
Theleft wing and center of the retreat
ing Turkish army are said to have made
their rotlrenient In good order, hut the
troops forming the right wing were in a
slate of panic. They achieved consider
able hiicccss In the fighting but finding
themselves without food, fled lo tlic south,
abandoning everything Should tlic flee
ing troops be allowed lo reach Constanti
nople they might upread Ihc'panlc among
the troops there who have thus far re
The Turkish soldiers place much of the
blame for their non-success on 1110 uso of
searchlights by the Bulgarians, who wero
thus enabled to carry out night attacks.
Will Take Counsel.
VIENNA. Nov. r.. King Nicholas of
Montenegro, discussed the Intentions of
the Balkan allios today with a corre
spondent of the Vienna 'Tageblatt.
"While tho Balkan nations ivlll settle
their nflairs for themselves," he said,
"their victories have not made thom so
daring as to forgot to accommodate their
wishes to the general situation in Eu
rope'' Enormous Turk Losses.
SOFIA, Nov. The Turkish losses In
killed and wounded during the five days'
fighting In the vii-Inity of Lu'o Burgas
and Bunarhlssar are estimated at 23,000
men. Thp Bulgarian troops captured
thlrtv-sr-ven hatmrics f quick-firing cutis
and took 2000 prisoners. Thoy also seized
four locomotives and 213 railroad cars.
The Bulgarian army In Macedonia Is
advancing mpidly down the valley of the
Will Embark Refugees.
MALTA. Nov. The British cruisers
Goodhupe and Dartmouth left here-today
for Turkish ports to embark refugees.
Four battleships of the British Mediter
ranean squadron passed hero this morn
ing. A flotilla of torpedo boat destroyers Is
coaling here and all the colliers havo
been ordored to the Levant.
through the Rocky mountains appears to
Tlie largo, number of initialed and re
ferred measures ir, delaying Ihe count,
and returns are slow.
DES MOINES, Nov. 6. With complete
figures from eighty-nine of the. ntnolv
nine counties of tlic state. Woodrow Wil
son has a plurality of 22,616 over Theo
DES MOINES. Ia.. Nov. G. With al
most complete returns from 7." out of the
total of HO counties In the state available,
tonight. Woodrow Wilson continued to
maintain his earlier lead over Roosevelt,
with the majority for the counties indi
cated of more than IS.OW). George w.
Clarke, of Adcl. Republican. In leading
for governor by a small pluralltv Charles
Rawson, chairman of the Republican com
mittee, claims Clarke's election b 7ono
PIOI'X FALLS, iv D.. Nov. 6. With
returns in from approximated ii;iif Cf the
eountic In the rtate. the Indications ar
that Roosevelt ciitIhI South Dakota bv
a majority sllmated at ftnijn. Return's
from tweiity-echt of the slviv-ono coun
ties or the state tonight give Roosevelt
21.008 mid Wilson 21,267.
Tho remit in the gubernatorial ra"
probably will not be known for several
Partial returns from twenty-eight coun
Johnon fD.) 33.172, arid Ryrne (R 1
S3. 7 IX.
The election of Tboinan Sterling tn
ueceod Culled Stati Sen lor Robert .1.
Gamble Ik lndtrtilei by scattering returns
oil legislative candidal e. uliowlng that
the RtspuhllcaiiH may control the" Hate
senate and houae.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Nov. S Roonevelfs
plurality over Wilson in Washington is
estimated at 23.000.
Krneet Lister, Democratic candidate for
governor, was clotted by a plurality esti
mated at S000 over Governor Marion E
J. A. Falconer and ,T. W. Brvan. Pro
gressives, are probably elected rongresf
nin at large over the Republican candi
dates by MMO plurality. In the nm dis
trict one-sixth of the precincts give Con
gressman "Will E. Humphrey, Republi
can. HOfl plurality over Charles G. ITelf
ner. Democrat. In one-seventh of the
! precincts In the second district Congrees
1 man Stanton Warburtop. Progressive, has
210 plurality o.r Albert. Johnson, Re
publican. One-fourth of th precinct In
O10 third district give Congressman Wil
liam L. Lafollette. Republican. HO
I NEVADA'S NEW
U. S. SENATOR
II I'v "
plurality over F. M. Goodwin, Progressive-
The legislature Is Republican.
CHEYENNE, Wyo.. Nov. C The con
test to elect legislators to select a United
States senator Is still undecided.
Republicans claim the election of suf
ficient legislators to re-elect Senator
Francis E. Warren by a majority of five
011 a Joint ballot. The Democrats claim
the election of a sufficient number to
elect John R. Kendrlek by tho same ma
Tho re-election of Congressman Frank
Mondcll. Republican, is conceded by Dem
ocratic State Chairman Hopkins.
One hundred and sixty-one out of a
total of 172 precincts in tho stato give
Taft 107$; Wilson. 1273; Roosevelt. 21. IP.
On this basis Wilson lias carried the
state by about SOO votes.
CONCORD. Nov. 1; Control of the
legislature which will next year elect a
governor and United States senator was
still undecided tonight. Returns tor
pn-sident gave Wilson a plurality or iy
In the state and showed Fosh, the Demo
cratic nominee for governor, to have a
lead of SG-i over Worcester. Republican.
There was no choice for governor, how
ever, as the jaw requires a majority voto.
Unofficial returns indicated a slight Re
publican lead for control of the legisla
By International News Service.
NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Nov. fi. Ben W.
Hooper. Republican, has been re-elected
governor of Tennessee by about 5000
majority over Benton Mc.Millcn, the Dem
ocratic nominee, according to tho latest
returns. The "regular" Democrats se
cured a working majority in both houses
of the legislature and expect tho four
Progressives who were elected to the
lower house to affiliate wllh thom.
This means a. Democrat will succeed
United Stales Senator Sanders. Repub
lican. The Tennessee delegation in the last
congress Is unchanged.
Wilson carried tho state by about 10,000.
1.113 LENA. Mont.. Nov. 6. Republicans
and Progressives conceded today that
Woodrow Wilson had carried Montana by
a big margin: Dial T. J. "Walsh. Demo
crat, had boon the voters' choice for
United States senator, and that Thomas
Stout, Democrat, had beon elected con- I
gressinan at largo and S. V. Stewart.!
Republicais still refused lo concede
tho election of John M. Evans, Demo
crat, to congress They hope that de
layed returns will ovarcom Ids present
,!nl; rrntrmeiilnry returns It appears the
referendum "..sure to repeal the lar,
,,Jm r for the stale militia had been
KSul ami "nftt Initiative meua
m nrov ul g for direct election of sna
lor m-Vfeventlnl votc for president and
the milting of campaign evpencUturos
h Democrats1' claim that Wilson's plural
Uy" will ovceed 1O.00"-
OMAHA. Neb.. Nov. 7. -ll developed
earlv lotJiiv that a Democratic Icglpla-lurc-
doubtlrSH will bo tal crt upon to
e u Republican for United States acn
utor Nlnetv-nve per cent of tho CBiidl
h for lie -state legislature signed
ti temeiit No. 1." which provider that,
m tho event of th r election they will
vote for the candidate for United States
senator who secures tho preference vote
of the people. . . ,
Although Congressman Norrls. a Pro
gressive Republican, has secured the
preference vote, last night .s returns In
dicate that a Democratic legislature has
bCwn.WsC,1'p)nvallty Is about 3o.000.
Morehcail. Democrat, for governor, is
elected by 15.000
DETROIT, Nov. 7. Up to 1 :?.0 o'clock
thin morning complete returns on tho I
presidential vote hud been received .rom
onlv sixteen of the eighty-three counties
In 'Michigan. In a total estimated vote
of oUO.000. Roosevelt's plurality probably
will be :!0.000.
latest figures on tho woman suffrage
amendment to the state constitution In
dicate that It carried by ROOO. The leg
islature soems safely Republican. Insur
ing the re-election of William A. Smith
to the United States senate.
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Nov. 6. Woodrow
Wilson for prealdenl. Carl llayden. Dem
ocratic Incumbent, for congress, and the
woman's stiff rage amendment won In
evoryonc of Arizona's fourteen counties
In vosierday s election.
Complete returns from 1 10 out 01 01
precincts. Including all of the populous
Sections of tho state, givo Wilson, S2ol:
Roosevelt, BtiGG: Taft. 2.79; Debs. 217.
sop, with R. F. Fisher. Progressive, soc-
0nAH constitutional amendments and re
ferred measures were adopted by large
majorities, but the heavy vote on suf
frage was a surprise, owing to eleventh
hour predictions that the amendment
would be defeated. Its majority will be
more than 3000.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.. Nov. fi. With
practically complete returns from Tues
dav's election in New Mexico, Wilson ap
pears to have carried tlic state by a plu
rality of S000; H. B. Ferguson (D), was
rc-nlccted to congress by 4000. The naif
million state bond Issue for good roadn
carried bv hOOO, and the amendment to
ihe constitution repealing the language
qualification clause was defeated by JoOO,
The estimated total vote In the state for
tho three, presidential candidates was:
Wilson, 15,100: Taft. 11,250, and Roose
ST PAUL. Nov. 6. Returns from
country districts at midnight swollcd the
figures of Colonel Roosevelt and gave
him a lead In Minnesota over Wilson.
Earlier rcturnB had Indicated that TVIIbou
had carried the state; 1SS0 precincts com
plete, out of a total of C05B In the state,
aRoosevelt. 01.985; Wilson. S 1.117; Taft,
Late returns Increased Governor Ebcr
hn.rt's lead for rc-olecllon over his Demo
cratic opponent. P. N. RlgdabA
TOPEKA. Kas.. Nov. G. Practically
complete returns froui.G.I of the 10r coun
ties in Kansas gave Wil3on a. plurality
of 10,000. The state Democratic ticket
also made big gains In the returns re
ceived tonight, and George II. Hodges,
Democratic candidate for governor, hud a
lead of 2000 over Arthur Capper, Repub
lican. Governor W. R. Stubbs. Republican, to
night admitted that ho had been defeated
by William TI. Thompsoiv, Democrat, for
tlin United Slates somite.
"Thompson will win by several thou
sand majority," Governor Stubbs said.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Nov. 6. With but
one-fifth of the ballots counted outside
Multnomah county (Portland) and less
than forty precincts complete in Portland.
Governor Woodrow Wilson's success in
Oregon Is assured by a probable plurality
The senatorial contest between Selling,
The Vote on President
Taft. j Jlson!jRoosoveltJ D'hs
2 w j hj a ! 2 " w j w
BTATjsa. h pi R S l " 8 18
S ' !
S 2. 1 0 o
. p ; . p M . a n
Alabama : I 80,0001 121 . . I ...
Arizona : .-. I 3 ...
Arkansas... 30,0001 9 j ...
California t I 15,0001 13 , ...I ...
Colorado ' i.' ...1142,000! 6 ...
Connecticut . '..".'.jK !1 10,000 7 j ...
Delaware .i. ..... ..V.. .:.. " 5,0001 3 I !! ...
Florida 4. . .b II 20,000 6 ...
Georgia .,' I 50,0001 11 n ...
Idaho T 411 . . .11 1... ..
Illinois ... . .'; !.-,... II 15,000 20;l ...
Indi?.ua .. ...... M. ... . ,. ... J. - .11133,000! 1511 (.1... 1 ...
Iowa I. ..II I 131! ...
Kansas ; II J J of I... 1 ...
Kentucky i II 20,0001 13 1...M ...
Louisiaua , II 45,0001 1 Oil ...!
Maino "7 2,600 (3 ...
Maryland ,....'.,. ,f : 140,000 8 ...
Massachusetts , I 50,000 J SI ...
Michigan . f. I ! 30,000i 15j ...
Minnesota I... II 10,0001 12il ...
Mississippi I. ..II 55,0001 101 . ..II
Missouri ... . I. ..11100,0001 18 ..
Montana.. fi J( . . II 5,0001 4 1 ...
Nebraska I... .. '...". .'i 25,000i a! . . . . ! '"'
Nevada V. ..... . 'I 4.000) 31 '.'..'. ".'
New Hampshire, '..r.; II 2,000 4 (
New Jersoy V, 11.42,000! 14 '.'. '.'
Now Mercico ..... I . . . !' 2,650 3 . . I
New York ......., "200,000! 45ll ". '
North Carolina. .'',.;.. ,,.'. II 30,000 12IT. ""
North Dakota I. ..II 10,000 fijl...
Ohio ...J T... I! 100,000) 24H !!',".
Oklahoma il 15,0001 10
Oregon A. II 10,000 5 -. . I
Pennsylvania I! 23,000 38 ...
Khodc Island 2,544 5 . .
South Carolina , ... I 58,000 9 ... "!"'
South Dakota , ...l " "f
Tcmiessce II 35.000 12 '"'
Texas IM70.000 20 ...
Utah ju. j 3,000 4i
Vermont 941 4 .
Virginia I 30,000 12 '"
Washington 30 000F 7
West Virginia J 8f000 8 ...
Wisconsin ll 30,000 131 '.'..'"I "'
Wyoming ( 31 ; ,
Total ii 1 121! i4i3i .!."!!:io6ii ...
Wyoming. Iowa and South Dakota doubtful.
I The Best Way?. Go ToYour Doctor I
No sense in'ranmngfrom one doctor to another 1 Select the best
one, thea stand by him. No sense in trying this thing, that thing, J
foryotir cough. GirefaHy, deliberately selectfeabest coughmed!-1
ciner then take it. Stick to it- Ask your doctor abont Ayerrs I
1 Cherry- Pectoral for throat ar? hmg" trodbrfes fcgr
Now that poUticSf
th year, Wo hope
consumers will bo
a little attention to tkM Uf
necessity of ordering S I
ter's supply of 0oai M."
is yet some on the
Pboiics. Wasatch 7l9 Otfifc
Blue Wagons Bring8iiMPf
collar in hite S 1
Madras. It's an Ml
Rcnuhllfun hano. Df mocm .SK
Iiidepenilcnt. Incumbent. LlW
U.nc ha., a lend of Ie t'
1 hc conproaatnen ehosn uyH
Second (Ilstrict: Slnnit nLt
Third district: iS-'flBSI
and Pioprcaslvc). Inciiraii-.LB.
Suffrage for women In kmBiU
and the Indications are lhtifKLT
has tvon. '"upKi.
An amendment to sbolM, JBpK
thh statn seemingly has uJK
Single tax was defcafo, "g
Is your huBbandcrOHTlKinl
fault findine dispositioa U'tV
to a disordered storanch.
good digestion i5 nearlv iiCe
naturcd. A proat lnanr'tiTiBir
manontlv cured of stomitb liFCrr
takinir Uiamberlairr's TtblettKitk
by all doalers. l.MxSmM
IN MOTHER'S CUMlnr
T.OS ANcn5I.ES, Pal K8T (BP
Clark II., Hon of Mrs. Jihn cMpi"1'
formerly Mrs Walter Milltr lim
a clanghler-lu-lHW of J. RdHHs,
presldont of the Salt ilt nHTu
remain in b rustodv of hliL ,i
leHat until th tlna) htarlnrftB' ,
nioncnt custody comes tip'MV' '
Tho three jink's of tli iMB'
rfuso'l today to Inttrftre ipiUl
Clarke's ordrr glvinc tcrr,portHi
of the hahy lo. to tli. DiotljHTV,'
mlsHcd iho IprMl of J. R9iilHLM'
"U'lion lhj hearlnc 'or'jB?
nni'illHiiship of the boy trtraiB'-'
vcniher th" iuitlon tt Bid
guard l;in for his estate llt)?liM(4
will also be 3tt)cl. "H
Scoks Owner of CmCH
Chief of rolifc B. F GrutjPr:
tho iler.""lmcnt 1 In iWml,,
unchilmcd lady's fur coal c'Wt"
qnalltv. The coat va t'&lgfU,
time no hut the police hive jk
to lento the rishtful owmr. fjK tn
rovo 11 hv cnlllllc at IlBtJi
Uloiitlf.lng the garment.
To Remove SalloyffljK
(From F.imlly P'Mii
Po von realize tluit Ju't JKcu
coarpe. muddy or J.lsc0'HRnt
there's an cxqulfltn Iv l(
youthful tint nd df '..Vitn
onlv brlns this oomplwlon tlB
discarding the old one! "Ir)
easiest, simplest. Bl'2Brfl
Imaslnable. Just pet '"L.'
miry metvoUzctl waX,?lrMt
apply nlshtly like H
It monilnss with v.&M
fulfils iintui by fn6ryjm i
dend surfi.ee skin, i';1,S "tSJKw
whatever. Onllnwllv It ifflK"
forma tion. ( "H ' 'SR 5
pies blotHtes. vw 'fcSMfl)
freckle. " . i'f f,t
old skin. N?I,nPrf,ViSiSBhB2
will nroompUMi 'Jfli 6-"W
in f.o s-horl a lime. J(1K
Flno lines apd nvrn tw
often appear at w gyAh
cases noihlnp If h:,e!tuSiS
llto in J Pt- ,,rS AwrtiB
marltahK ' Kr live ig
Gray Hair Re;
I or w8 wiii fjiXBim'
I Itrsft f he eljbt time n" SLH
I wrapper (rom ,l'!JgS'
j end we will sho T lrtt W
For ealo by 8cnimjeWj
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