Newspaper Page Text
1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1912. 3 IS
i TO GlflW
L Thus Far Complete
Lead of Tafl
jf STiLL MISSING
Are Bull Moose
f,ltlfpS irom most of the
?r.tt( and partial returns
;,.tt"(our countie-s of Utah.
j .a or 03 over Wilson, and
Li fJJTOovcr Tollon. Heturns
JJJtrf Include several districts
J county, a lrpo portion of
;ctr FArt or Utah county,
county and all of Bea
Jiw" an.l Wiivnc coun
jfjciTof Toft and .Spry by 1000
thus far tabulated show
ft? vot in the state will bo
while that of Xenljl L.
My rwch that lotul. Many
ncslected ,? report Mm
Vthit the. total of Mm
li'iUH" will not be Known un
Jyii wnvass Is made.
I (o Date.
Ih'i (or the districts thus far rc-tekl-Tafl
ill). .12.903; .Wll-
ft&onk (P). 18.130.
cits Win Grand.
a ten cizht precincts out of
hCncd County z've:
Btot-Talt (Ri. M5; Hson
LEmsctcH (P). Ul JJ
LSen-Howell (It). 15
fk 117; T. D. John ton (D). 17.'.
IK; Love (P). 6'J; Larson
imnw-Swy (R). J7G"' Tolton
j;rrt! (!'). 66.
of the Supreme Court
pi, III; Younr; (D), l""; 1
ititljn- of State Malison (H),
tfol (D), 179; Ilcnderahot (P),
Mi Treasurer lew kes (ID. 1S4 ;
M(D). 15?: Adams (P). 5S.
lilt Auditor Kelly (It), 173;
(Mil; Adams (P). 5S.
&M? General Barnes (R.
fctfflorr (D), 171; Laurence (Pi.
VMjptHnU U vc-Kcllc r (R), 22G;
' TCBtea'jiloncr, four-year term
I nAA T.: Allred (D), -13.
L.v3WpsslJ!loricr. two-year term
MW Anderson (D), -'17.
.-uBfiJt-Bllcs (H), 2G6; SummervUlc
s'lKo-isnsrein (R). ITS; Shafcr
Mfcnrtr-Manvlllo (R). 2S2; Haff
ltBgictIude Christcnscn ( U),
8flBjtA,,('0,n'-v Cncrry (R), J7S;
MBKtf Attorney Hammond (R),
ItMjr-Ta'yfo'r'CR), 202; Ruber l-
J kMjr-Prcslon (R). 201.
r'AHBdcnt Schools Johnson
IXHIHUAHUA IN '
Tw.. Nov. 7. Reports from
.fiihuahua tell of a. critical
?k."J' s T,'c11 a3 -hout tho
wi If threatened as the
Wlnt o the rebels. Gov
Gontalr, In the midst of a
; j,fj?tc ss'"i(c, was said
S difficulty defending the
Jarniz, former mayor, to
KMibers of the city council
i. nns been summoned in
?Jf.l,h sympathy with tho
,!r Tu?,,,cs,' a newspaper
urrcilr.1 and charged with
Vuii7a,IH,t Resident Jin-aeUvm-
recently freil the
SliEL? IV t,le s,nl Pft'
Miuieal offeii!-F. A search -'ton
of ilie affair Is undnr
JnPKM to in.pllcato snmo
oppdj1i,b the government
tiVOR JOHNSON IN
!S5B SSv . faUI t,,at llle
2iHnrtt ii,an Incldfsiu of tho
'tJKSSfilul0 "UUI" '"ore con!
,Wn?!?ri?lKn,l,E- b,,t wun
a,n'1 I'nahat.M force.
jKwi te ii,,,J.
j 0 8 bcslu
5mPAY PAR VAI UF
yRlSn041(;rr,lrr,,lors or me
,tf rMfai" n .J "nc company veiled
1,4!SL"'Sm the late
M1" "s ' i,1Jr,(,I i''alid on M,P
Th. without con-
iK iuao i!c. 0,'t of tho lrns.
. SBiWliie ''nJ:"The rnllroaU
frJfUW' r? 0lhp' uas Upheld
SliKfr' fc '1,:,, ln "u.tlnulnc
k? It 1 "ll nernons n ilc.
cni.-M ,np,r,f lh0 -Pbgtig'c
1 SiSBM? " v , V0 'f i . has bcon
.-CBtJ'tnn "I" I nlled Slates
! ' tAdverliscnusut.)
TALK OH FITTUBE ,
OF THE H P,1TV
Senalur Dixon Confers With
Roosevelt Before Starting
for Montana-1 lomc.
Dy Tiitornutionn Xcwg Servlcr.
OYKTKft BAY. X. Y., Sow 7. -Colonel
Ifoofovolt put in two hours' this
afternoon, talking with Senator Dixon
over Iho future of the Progressive p:ir.
ty. The ex-presidcnL wanted the Bull
loose leader l.o see him before Dixon's
start for Montnna the end of tho wcelc,
to rcMiinc his Jav practice. AYhilo tho
i:o1oikI would so into nn discussion of
tho conference after Oixou left, it wan
: understood thnt iioosovclt assured the
senator of his eacr desire that the
Proureshiv.i party bo kept intact.
Roosevelt wants tho loaders to keep
! up a. live interest in the various state
organization!;, to bo ready for a fifjht
in tho congressional -anipaij;n of .1011.
Nothing deOuito a 5 to the method ol
keeping up tho national organization
will be determined until the leaders
have a ionoral ooiiforenee, whic.li will
probably be within the nexM, two weeks.
Colonel Ifoosevelt expects to have
his contemplated resume of the cani
pain, with its analysis ol" the. vote
from tho Progressive viewpoint, readv
within a. day or so, lie. insists that
he. must have complete return:! from
all the states before ho can undertake
The ex-president t;ocs to his edito
rial office in New York tomorrow.
IS FELT li THE EAST
"WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. Severe
earthquake shocks lasting almost an
hour were recorded carlj toda' on the
seismograph at Georgetown university.
The disturbance continued intermittent
ly from 2:-t!i unlil 0 '"clock, tho
most pcvero being noted at H:0S a. 111.
According to tho university authorities,
iho disturbances took place about ')QQ
miles from "Washington, but the direc
tion could not be determined.
CLEVELA-ND, O.. Nov. 7. The seis
mograph at St. Ignatius college this
morning recorded earthquake shocks of
almost an hour's duration, originating.
Father Odcnbaeh, the curator, said, at
a distance of probably 7000 miles to
UlSN'VUn. Nov. 7. The seismograph
at the Col logo of the Sacred Heart
hero recorded a strong disturbance be
ginning at 12:16 this morning and con
tinued until 3:21. The strongest dis
turbance was neat' the beginning. Tho
apparent distance' was from 1500 to
2000 wilet. The direction could not be
For two days slight disturbances
havo been recorded at frequent inter
vals. Sr-rWARD, Alaska. Nov. 7. A sharp
earthquake shock of two and a half min
utes' duration was felt licro at 10 o clock
laBt night. No tlamasc was done,, but
many persons fled Into the street. '
The selsnioprraph in t lie department of
ecology of the University of Utah re
corded an earthquake shock 'early yes
tordav morning that evidently canv: from
a northerly direction. It probably was
several thounnnd miles away. The ini
tial shock came at 12:l." o'clock yester
day mornlnp and lhj delicate instrument
that recorded tho shock was 40 minutes
regaining its composure
?,v International News Service.
"WASHINGTON. Nov. 7. Governor
fladley of Missouri called at the "Whito
houbo late this afternoon and had a
conference with President Tnft. The
subject of the discussion was not an
nounced, but it was understood to bu
the agricultural credit system recently
advocated by Embassador Uernc U.
Tho Minsouri governor and tne press
dent, reached Washington at: the same
timo this moruing. Governor I noicj s
private cur was attached to the presi
dent's train at llarrisburg. Pa short
ly after midnight hist night, but the
president and the governor did not
meet until the train, arrived here this
morning, neither being aware ot the
presence of tho other on the train.
Tho president speut the greater part
of the dav replying to a large. ,cr
of letters and telegrams oftermq : 1
svmpalhv and complimenting hm toi
??,! ' 'lehdid fi-ht lie. also declined
a number of offers of employment tol
lowing next March -1. T
Secretaries Fisher, Mimson and .a
"el called to pav their respects to the
h el' executive and the lirsf-nanied re
minded the president that n "
to Indian Commissioner Vale tine h.it
not been as vet appointed. Iho F
dent promised to consider the matter
as soon as possible.
ART DEALERS FLEECED
LONDON, Nov. 7. The great prrdHs
made bv :.rt dealers fi'oni American
purchasers were exposed 111 the testi
mony in Iho suit brought neaiiist n
George Donaldfon by Alfred 'Vmp
the art expert, in connection with the
sale of a I-ullectiou of old mast era to
ox-United States Senator Clark of Mon
tana t'o- 7 10.000. .
.Tndgiiient wni: given lemplc fo.
.7.000 and Mio lord duel .uifetico who
tried the suit awarded lum aiinther
$;5720 as Toconipcnfo for the detention
of Tho money since. 1WP. .
In the course ot cross examination
Sir George DonaldKon testified that no
had bought a picture bv Turner for
iWfi.noO oh it. to Mr. Clnrk fo.
$75,000. and that a seascape by .Ian "v a
Goven- bought for $2000, had been sold
OF aHUUlE C!TY
Mrs. B. C. Smith Tells Some
J'ntoj'eslin Tilings lc
g;ircling the Lrsc ol? PJnit
Mr, b. c. Smith, one of Salt Lake
City' excellent buflnes women, whose
home Is at S12 South Second Eart ?tT"t.
tellf ?oine Interesting things regarding
her experience with Plant .Miloe. For
lifteoJi yeai.s Mrs. Smith has been a resi
dent of this city. ;
"I have peon filt Laho City grow and
prosper ror many yoars." she nays. "J
have tried a groat many tonh-s in thai
time and csn truthfully May that the
Plant .rule that I began taking a
wcf'lcs ago Is dlfforcnt and Is by far
bett"r than anything 1 have ever taken.
It has toned mo up. has relieved indi
gestion and other atomaeh troubles -vsltb
whleh I have tMffred and made a new
wuniftn of nie. In fart. It Is a. pleasure
to r'-eolntnond this new and renllj 111.11
Plant .Jnlee r iim juices of a rare com
bination of medicinal her hi, gathered
from many parts of tho world. H l?
ptirelj vegetable, free of harmful Ingre
dient;; It Is the greatest pacific, tonb
and py.-'tcni elean?"! of the a5;. In al
most Inercdlble timo It will put new
health anil cnercy lino you. l'or all a II
inentK of sloin.'Lch. liver, kidneys and
blood It is today without an equal. "o
iiMtter if your Ills aro chronic, you will
find relief In Plant Juice. Nervous de
bility, Indigestion and kidney and liver
troubles arc the curves of modern eliy
life. Plant Jutco Is an absolute specific
for these. ICach bottle Is guaranteed.
See the display and talk to the Plant
.tulco man at S(hra.mm-.Iohnsoirs store
No, r, Third South and Main. (Ader-tisenienL)
VOTE OF ILLINOIS
CAST FOR WILSON
(Continued From Page One.)
counties, glvo "Wilson SI, 0B I, Rooscve.lt
f.n.lGo. Taft 11.17". giving AYIIson a plu
rality of ."0,S0I tor the Hit) precincts re
ported. No reports have been received
from twelve counties, but these mostly
are In the sparsely settled districts, and
arc expected lo add to the Democratic
Complete returns from the same coun
ties ami partial returns from thirty
other counties, comprising a total of 012
preelneta for governor give Amnions
fit.), 77..V10; Cosligan (P.), -IT.oo.l; Talks
All of the Democratic state ticket un
doubtedly has been elected, as well as
four congressmen and a sufficient num
ber of members of the state legislature
to send Governor Shafroth and Thomas.
Democrats, to the United States senate
MNC'OLN. Neb.. Nov. ".With roturns
from three-fourths of the counties. Wil
son's plurality in Nebraska is r.J.000. The
remaining counties should increase his
lead, making It probably nearly -10.000.
Practically tho same counties show More
head. Democrat, for governor. 12,000
"ahead of Aldrleh. Norris. Republican, for
T'nitcd Stales senator, in leading Shnllon
bergcr. Democrat, by about the same
ratio as Moreheacl leads Aldrleh. The
Republican committee claims Norris s
'plurality In the atnl' will be ir.,000.
nilef interest today centered in tin
legi'ilature. the Republican state commit
tee claiming control of both branches.
CHKYKNNIS. "Wye., Nov. 7. Three
hundred and ten precincts out or a total
or -iTL' in Wyoming, give Wilson. 10i01,
Taft. 1032S. Roosevelt, -1B21. The drop In
tho Roosevelt vote was due to failure to
count his vote in a number 01 counties.
The senatorial result is 3MU In doubt.
Democrats have 10 votes In the next leg
islature, the Republicans 3S. Necessary
to choice Is 13. Mm oln county is miss
ing. Unlta county, which, with Lincoln,
comprises a legislative district, has gone
Democratic by a small majority J h a
district elects eight legislators and holds
the deciding vote.
DKS MOINKS. Nov. 7. Practically com
plete returns from all but five of the
nlnetv-nine counties of the state continue,
to Increase the plurality of Woodrow
Tho figures aro: .
Wilson, 1G0.162; Roosevelt, H?,n40; Taft,
Wilson's plurality. J0.fi. 2.
Complete returns from all but two leg
islative districts In the State show that
the Iowa legislature will bo overwhelm
ingly Republican. nu asMinns im: 1 v
elertlon of Culled States Senator Kenyou.
Orflelal count of the vote of Iowa will
be neeesHarv to determine the election of
Governor. Supposedly accurate returns
from ninety-eight of the ninty-niuc coun
ties of the slate give George Hark.
Republican. 17C.IS2, and Dunne, Demo
r'OXCORD. N. H . Nov. 7. Complete
returns for the entire state ticket give the
Ropubllcans a majority of 21 on Joint bal
lot In the legislature, which will bo uaHcd
upon to choose a. covernor and a united
States senator. The eomploto vote for
nroHlilont Taft. 32.0(l; Wilson. 3(.
KooJevclV. 17.S02; Chafin. 351; Dobs. 1610.
MILWAUKKB. Wis.. Nov. .-Governor
t-'raneK E McGovm n. ' Republican, ivHI
hnrve plurality of at least 000 votes
over Judge John C. Karel. Dcrnocrat. 1
Wls-onsln. according lo returns recchoil
by Republican State Chairman Scott.
The few additional roturns recehed to
day do not alter Wilson? ebnm-e.- In Wis
eonFin and bis estimated plurality re
mains at 20,000 to no.ooo.
-T(-jf KALLS. Nov. 7 With tho
DAinoeniUe hcaduuarters a t Vankt own
xtlll t-ialinlng a chance for Johnson anci
w h Ch" Irman Sherwood, of the. Rcpub
c m V ate ! committee, claiming be dc
lo , of ifyn- for .goyernor by 4-00 the
indications from in iiiiesr, ")'" -
K'-"v'; o'cctlon point to Wryno'H elcc
,'lnn hy a majority In tho neighborhood of
"neturiis thus far received on governor
s,,2w Total of 27.672 for jivynn to 2o,
fin" Johnou. The tendency of the. be
I iVd I re urn, which are coming from llii
S itant precinct., ln.llcate. tho usual Re
nub lean vote, which seems to make c
n hi ill" election of Kryne.
v T be Democrats have gained f- few seals
,tftto legislature, but the Rcpub
cn, - w H control by a Inree majority.
Kl rlnts Mi" election of Thomas Sterllnc.
Via successful Republican candidate at
m pi- marhU. to the United State son
l" V lli" successor of Senator Gambler.
Roorevelt'V. pluntllty In the mmIj over
cJlowor "vilaon will approximate MOO.
v vqtlVll.LE. Nov. 7, Mucb uncctlain
. . vi is i s to theMta-inintr of a successor
' T-n(il states Sena i or NeweJl Sander.t.
no,."ollc n" who was appoLntcfl by Gov
ni$ll .Vi oner to (III out tlw uncxplre-1
Term of Senator Robert L. Tsylor. who
nTl,Jni?SSfttiirr ehosen l the polls
iKUUterffil It U controlled bj tho
i$5.Q0 Silk Petticoats ready-to-wear week $UQ Child's Rompers i I
chiffon taffcla, 1 Qfk M m T 1 (K &MJB d batiste rllpL I H
1 ucked floiipl 07 J W M mJU&Mrr &Jf; and creepers forVVlWt 1 M
colors pink light blue, sage andJ nnd white, onie ivlmmJ in w ttsli 3 M
Main Floor Annex. onc Exchange 22. Cl3 All Departments. liraicl and Cold eillbioideij. 1 mi
Mnln Floor Annex
AReady-to- Wear Sale You WillNeverForget j
TOD A 1 MAII FLOOR ANA EX I
j " Fifth Day of the Great j
j isi Suits, Dresses,
I! IJil Coats, Gowns
1 1 If " II w Handsome evening gowns, dancing gowns, tailor suits, motor and evening I !;
I : r I coats, all are included in this wonderful sale. Choice models to select from, 1
i;. n individual styles, displaying grace in every line. !
jil I I Imported Models Street Dresses
j t lli Imported models by Beer, Panquin, Redfern aud Street dresses in serge, epongc, broadcloth, colian E t
Iff III i Worth, for theatre or afternoon wear, at startling cloth, velvet and channelise, in navy, brown, gray P '
' Hi ll ID prices, not the cost of. material. Prices as follows: and black and while stripe. I M
iy& $175 Gowns for ..-.$69.75 ' $49. 75 Velvet Dresses $24.95 ! J
WT- Sl 10 Gowns for .$49.95 $47.50 Dresses $22.95 i
I W"' &2$0 Gowns for $150.00 $25 and $30 Dresses $12.95 1 i$
j $300 Gowns for ,.,...,v.r.w. $150.00 $15 and $18.75 Dresses $9.95 1
I Coats and Wraps Party Dresses Tailored Suits 1
Utility, street and oveninjr coat and wraps, 'foe 0hannillK partv dresses made of chiffon, Tailored suits of handsome chiffon broadcloth fine I i
"laterials are rid, Ik vch '''"TJh mess-aline and "crepe de chine in beautiful Fr1cncn scrPc' w,do PoWo cloth, novelty c1oK I Hg
1 bands, fur and silk braid, chitton oioaticiotn -witn . , , ,.ia velours, eponge and zebohncs in ovcrv desirable u (
ivido nhpsh collar and cuffs, caracnle, plush and evening shades, as piuk, lavender, blue, - g M
an enormous assortment of reversible plaids, chin- white. K,reonf ycUow and American Beau- h r s,trcct afternoon wear. The. st.Mf M
cbllhi, boucle, Persian lamb and widowalo. , trimmed with fine lace, spangles and arc cxlreinoly icrr. the cutaway taking the leao, J Mf
r i OlCfiK ,;vvirt some "'ado with janey vests of Persian, others l
$32.00 CoatS $16.95 ribbon. maa.taiIored, skirts punier effect. Values: B
fS r1S ' ' Hill m imd $32'50 for' ' -?14'95 $15.00 aud $30.00 for S12.95 I 1
45 00 Coats ' ' V. $32195 $35.00 and $40.00 for. . . $16.95 $40.00 for S16.95 jj f
$115.00 Coats'! V. f $49.75 $43.75 to $60.00 for. . .$24.95 $50.00 aud $60.00 for $22.95
S $3.50 Kimonos $5.00 Negligees, $2.50 Dressing $10.00 Silk Kimonos J
$1.69 $2.48 Sacques, $1.19 $4.95 1 i
I IZS Xat .tdSS Negligees of volour fl-uinel. empire I
B cpvornl dinVrent atvles. worth up style, trimmed with .square or round -made with square collar and pepltim, red, tan. light blue and l;tvet;r.er M
tpSSo. "l tiO collar of satin, worth $5.00. for 32,48. worth $2.25 and $2.50. for Si. 19. worth jn.30 to $10.00. for 4.P.-. I M
I Extraordinary Values in the Juvenile Department ;i
$6 Girls Coats $3.45 $3,75 Galatea Tub Dresses Boys Suits Reduced !
I These coals are well worth your .in- $r f141 Q 1 An attrartivo assortment of suits for 3 M.
vciliunfion, made of good quality JKJI JTlt LO y JL oJCKJ boys at these prices, consisting of 1
S Cheviot, in tan navy and gray, lined nftU sl ,os ju 0 jonble I f
1 throughout : hiKh ponvwtiWe collar audo q exccllent (lural)ie gaialea elotli m navy, polka clots, and g. q brcaatofl maSo 'oC hnml. I iff
and deep cutis, ages o io u. . . t n , . - , PS oL
1 nu-n--n'c. mnrl wln'fp stripes and pla.ids in evety color so desirable for any kind oL some rich all-wool material, m col- S
I CniJarcn s ica ana jui,o . f brown, mw a.i 1 ti
I Bearskin Coats, 2 to 6, wear. These dresses are shown m at least filtynl liferent .stiles, bhlc ;cr;;, sizc3 (Mo :
I $3 45. some made with sailor collar with embroidered edges, with tur- . c B if
1 rxcolient values at $3.45. lined key red trimming and tic, full plaited skirts with three-inch Boys 10 Suits at $5.95 g
1 throughout, trimming in fancy frogs lcin Remarkable values, $1..'I5. BOYS' $6.50 Suits at $3.98 I Si
I to match colors. af
"rcRUlur" Vjcmocrals and, If this claim Is
true sonic "regular" Democrat other than
'attcrson might be. named. Several mom
Lrs of the Icglsloture who arc allied
with the regular Democrats arc oposed
Jo PattersonT who was made an issue in
thIt "dalnu'd bv "i ud ppendent" Demo
erats and Republicans that they have a
. m orltv of the loplslatiiro on Joint ballot
ad. If "their contention is we 1 founded.
Il is probable an "independent Democrat
will be. elected. ,
Senator Newel! Sanders hf pledged,
himself not to seek re-election, and It is
believed tho Republican voWm will be
thrown to an independent Democrat.
By International News Service.
WMEKL.1NU. W. Va., Nov. 7. Th'i
Booacvcit electors Kecurcd about 1S.O0O
more votes than the Taft electors m
West Virginia and the Progressive party
will be the dominant party with control
of the election machinery two years
hence. . ...
A Miml-ofriclul announcement of thb
candidacy of .Tndsc John W. .Mason ol
Fairmont for Untied State senator Is
one of the tUiv's Important developments.
Davl ISIkiiJ. who Ullel tho nwit of his
father, the late Senator -Stephen B.
F.lkliiH, bv appointment for a few months,
is an active candidate, as also i U
linni Seymour Kd wards of (.'liarlcslun.
IMwnrda" Is a Propresslve.
Other probable candidates will be
tua T. Mann of Bramwcll. ev-Covernor
V. M. O. Adanifon and U. C. Ocden.
Tlie prohibition amendment baa been
ratltlctl bv a majority of 7."..000. Ohio
cotiniv (Whoclln?) lh the only coimtv in
the slate to vote wet.
By International News Service. '
POBTbAND. Or.. Nov. 7, Woman
.snffrnse tonlpht with tbo Oregon vote
thre-imrteir. counted neems sure of
ietoi.. In l.iM'Clil, '.oveyei. will be
not m"e t ;ri lico Midtni'mn'i vonnt.
iPorthind In slxms a malorlt of It-.j.
than lono at;aln.t H. Mo-l of fn? up
state, counties plve It small mejorltlcs.
Dr. Ilarrv T.nne. Democrat, also seems
sure to win. Tonight he Is H'OO ahead
ot Ben Sclline;. BeDubllcan. and nirat
returns also plve him small majorities.
Bourne. Incumbent. Is a bad third.
Woodrow Wilson's majority will be
about 11.000. , . . ,
Capital punishment is upheld by nearly
two to one. which means such a hauglu?
ben on December 13 as tho state has
never yet seen. There were Koven mur
derers waltlmr the. people's verdict, but
two lutvo appealed.
HELENA, Mont.. Nov. 7. Partial re
turns in Montana show the Democratic
national and stnte ticket well in tho
Incomplete unofficial returns from
twenty-ilx of the thirty-one counties at
0 o'clock lve the following
Wilson. li.'.r5t;: Taft, ll.DJS: Roosevelt.
13.i"."S; Debs. 74TC.
1 For United State senator
Walsh (D). -Jl.oUa; Smith IR). 13.105;
Dixon (P). 1.1.1 47.
Stewart (D), 1S.5S2; Wlleon (B).
.133: Edwards (P. lT.SlS; Duncan (S),
Stom fD. 17.SCS; Evans ( D),
Pray tm, H.7l: Allen. lC.iSS; Everott
(P). ?50a; Horkan (P). 7S70.
ATLANTA. Ga.. Nov. 7. Official re
turns from all the countlc. of tha state
hhoW that Wilson rccolved 03.G57 votes,
a majority of more thnji 05,000.
Boosevelt i-M-lve.d C1.315 and Taft olS).
Klmiren on Hie Socialist and Prohibition
vote were not tabulated.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 7. Theodore
P.ooaevelt x p'uralltv over Governor Wil
son in Penns. ianla took another Jump
tonlRlit upon t'le . ompl'tlon of fie count i
, In number of additional coinMe
j IiuJudinc cstlmaten fio:n 11G ml'slnj:
districts In Allegheny county, Itoosc
vell's plurality now stands at -11,211. Tho
official count It Is believed, will send the
Roosevelt plurality to about fiO.OOQ.
The. complete vote so far as computed
tonight, stands; Booaevolt, d'JS(70; Wil
son, 31.4,5:0; Taft. iC'.MSC.
CARSON CITV. Nov.. Nov. 7. Returns
on tho United Slates senatorial and con
presslonnl contests ln Nevada us com-
fiiled tonight indicated victories or the
Republican candidates. On hundred and
seventy precincts out of 'Ml in the state
give the following vote:
For senator Maescy (Ri, 632S: Pitt
man (D), PSIe.
For conKrcssmen Roberts (R), 6236:
Tollman (D), f.o:'3.
TOPEKA. Kan., Nov. 7. Although
complete unofficial returns from all the
counties of Kansas have he-en entered,
the result. of the contest between Ar
thur Capper. Republican, nnd George
HodseF. Democrat, for governor, still Is
in doubt, ami probably the official count
will be required to decide which is
Republican State Chslrman Dolley said
tho returns save Capper a lead' of l'JOO j
votes, while at Democratic headquarter (
Hodges was credited with a plurality of ;
1S00. Independent compilations vlare. the j
Democratic 'candidate alidad by from 500 i
to leoo .votes.
The result on the state ticket prob
a.blv will bo determined b the mail
vote, which Is expected to total nt least
3000. At th? statu university and the
Mate, agricultural college $00 otes were i
r.apt- Under a law; enacted by the last j
legislature, legal voters who are unable
to vote at their precinct voting places
may mall their votes.
The mall votes are not counted until
three days after election. After the of
ficial count of tlieo oter. in the various
'counties tomorrow they will be sent to
the. state oirleers, who will official! 1
ro'inl the tola! oie ijr-a Tue.da '
( oniplet iipom-lal returns kI." it-.
son 10 O'li p uralit or Boci-e!t, and
William If. Thompson, Democratic i.m- !
dldate for United States senator, a lead fH
of 13,000 oer Slubbs. Itepublbau. W
SEATTLE. Wasli., Nov. 7. Fourteen Sj
hundred and' fifty-one precincts out of Hij
130.". In the state Kive for governor. Lis- Mil
ter. Democrat, 75,157; Hay, Kcpub!..an. wKm
"For president. t'.:tS preclnris gfq H
Roosevelt 70.10L'; Wilson, 57,15? ; T.ift. H
For congressman at Urge: 1177 pr- HI
clncts give Falconer, Progressive, 50,- H
Sfln; Brv.ui, Progressive. 1S.37S; Dewe. HI
Republican, -17,510; l'Vost, Bepubliran.
; -4.G 1 1 : Connor. Democrat, 43.551; White,
The Socialist vote In the state war
probably three times that of 100. In Hi
Snohomish county Deb polbnl nearly nil
300e votes, and Anna Maly, tlio candidate Mil
for governor, received more votes than Bfjf
cither Hay or Lister. IbK
JMIOKNIX. Aris.. Nov. R turns WH
from P5 out of UOt precincts In tho stnti WgM
Give "Wilson S721: Roosevelt, Gl?.. Taft, Ml
.'GOG. Dobs, m:; Uhann, 17S. Wl
Are you discouraged? 9 1
Have you any REAL reason
to be? Probably not ten to J
one it is your liver. You need H
Tutt's Pills II
The effect is gentle, yet rarely g
alls, even with the ordinary mm
dose as directed. Take no sub- jfljP
etitute sugar coated or plain. H .