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ern .Btata.-als-Tota1.' Texas and Kaw
Msloowlth ;. an .miUngBMHty
.that. theiMsUde mcnM the fondest
he and predictions of tttDeMectitle
Up raiUl sridalfia there wm-bnt om
doubtful' 8tt-Ncw Mexteo. TIM IU-
.jmbueua cUlmed a majority of XWfor
.Ttt sad the DemocnUa J.0B0 rorwnon.
Aoeordlnc to tha DcmocntL the dtrlcU
not heard from will help nreH the WU
- 'aou total and he viU be returned the
. winner or a comfortable martin.
' The majority' of the Southern State
.handed Taft a black eye. Booeerelt run-
nlns' eecond' to WlUon. and a mlxhrr
poor eecond at that.
"Virginia care WUson a majority of
as,Og or oeo more than Bryan pouea
four yean aso. The Democrat returned
, nine .of the ten Conaieeimtm filemp waa
'the Republican re-elected.
V "Uskt Tote fa Alezaaarku
OreMn Alexandria the lightest vote, in
eight years'wai 'polled. Wlleon drew MS
'rotes .and Taft ran second with IS;
Booeerelt- third.' with lot
vStauntoB. Tl. the birthplace of .Got.
"Wilson, sare him SB-rotes, Taft running
.second, with 2J7.
. Tennessee elected a Semocratie Oor-
emor, Benton. McMirfatn. and Wilson
'swept the SUte by a big plurality,' with
,-Roosevelt second, the late, dlspatcbei
"stated. c t
' Wilson drew a big majority of rotes
In Texas. According to unofficial figures.
the' count "was 200,000. Roosevelt and Taft
, followed In the order named with leas
than EO.000 each.
1 In Kentucky ud until midnight, but 21
-countlei out of 120 had been. heard from.'
f but Wilson polled 53.32 votes, and Tart
; came" second wlth'li.016. The Courier
Journal gives Wilson the State by one
'of the largest pluralities ever, accorded
-a Democratic Presidential candidate.
The following dispatches give some
-idea of the Democratic landslide:
New Mexico la Doabtfal.
Alberquerque. N. Mex. A light vote is
'reported In the. State. Republicans are
claiming a majority of 2,000 for Taft. The
'Democrats claim the State for Wilson
by 3,000. Ferguson, Democrat, for Con
'greasman, has probably carried this city.
but the county will show a small Pfo
Wilson Sweeps Arlsona.
Phoenix. Arlx.'Carl HaydenT Democrat
for Congress, Is elected.
Phoenix, Ariz.. Nov. E. All indications
are that WUson has swept the State.
.Osborne, one of the largest precincts in
.Maricopla County, in which Phoenix is
.situated, gives Wilson 182: Roosevelt. SO;
Taft, 30. Phoenix is for Wilson by prac
tically the same majority.
Heavy Vote In Mlasonrl.
St Louis, Mo. The Democratic State
.committee claims Missouri for' Wilson and
Major for Govemcr. but gives no figures.
P.A. heavy ..voU-was polled. Congressman
.Bartholdfr election 'Is conceded.
'- St. Louis In St Louis' city the vote
for Wilson was greater than that of
Taft and Roosevelt together.
Mississippi for Wllsoa.
Jackson. Indications are that Wilson
will carry Mississippi by 50.000. All
Democratic Congressmen hare been
North Carolina Wants 'Wilson.
Charlotte, N. C Nor. 6. North Caro
lina elected a solid Democratic State and
Kentucky Gives Wilson 38,000.
Louisville. Ky- Nov. 6. Wilson will
have about 3S.O00 majority in Kentucky,
the returns so far Indicate. His plurality
will exceed tbst of Gov. -McCreary In
1911. Indications are that the Democrats
have carried nine Congressional districts.
"Wilson Wins la Louisiana.
New Orleans The Dally States says:
Returns received up to 10 o'clock Indi
cate WUson will have a majority of
40,000, with "Roosevelt running far ahead
Democrats First In Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City, Okla. One hundred
and thirty precincts out of a total of
458, In eleven counties, give Democrats,
C661; republicans, 2J30.
Florida Democratic as TTsnal.
Jacksonville, Fla. At 1 o'clock this
morning the returns Indicated a Demo
cratic victory, as usual. The vote fol
lows: Wilson, 35,000; Taft, 8,000; Roose
Taft Far Behind.
Raleigh, N. C, Nov. & Returns of the
rote for President in twenty-two coun
ties, complete, show what an'" astonish
ingly small rote was given Taft Re only
got 2, TO 'while Roosevelt received 10.1B
Desaoexatle Governor for.Kentaelcy.
'LoutsvUle, Ky. Kentucky elected Hoop
er, Democrat, Governor by a reduced
Texas Gives "Wilson 200,000 Votes.
Austin. Tex. Returns Indicate Wilson
has received 260,000 rotes. Roosevelt
40,000, and Taft 35,090. Rain -caused a
big falling off in tha rote.
dor. O. B. Colquitt was re-elected by
175,000 plurality. A solid' Democratic
Congressional delegation was chosen .and
the election of a Democratic Legisla
ture Insures the election of Morris Bhep
pard to the United States Senate to sue
eed. J. "W. Bailey. '' i
Arlsona Goes Democratic.
Phoenix. Ariz, Nor. C Phoenix nomi
nally Republican, gives Wilson LIB;
Roosevelt. 7IS; Taft 351. Indications are
that Wilson win carry Arlsona by 5.O90.
x Out, of a. total of 30,090 rotes., he 'wfll
likely PoH "15.000: Roosevelt 10,080; Taft
3,080; Debs, -2.000. The Judiciary recall
amendment has carried. ras has -woman's
suffrage- cart Harden. Democrat for
Congress, is running aaeea orcwason and
win probably, he-elected by 8,380.
Prtnee Gears Conty for WOrnta.
Hysttsvme, Md. Hor. Eleven districts
in Prtnee George County, give Wilson, ;
Taft. 440; BooseveK 3B:;8mHh..DitaoeraC
for Coasreaa,v6H: JBrrar-RepubMean. 473.
This Indicates that WSsoa ,w81 arry the
county byaboutM0.aBd8alth by about
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Wibon Carries Connecticut try 6,000
and Baldwin Has 2,000
COLONEL LEADS TICKET
New Haven, Conn.. Nov. 5. An ava
lanche of Democratic votes In Connecti
cut to-day swept into offlcethe entire
state ticket of that party, gave Gov.
Woodrow Wilson the handsome plurality
of over 6,000 rotes, and once more took
the Nutmeg State from the Republican
It was the greatest victory from the
standpoint of a party experience In the
State in over a score of years. Gov.
Baldwin ran about 2,000 votes ahead of
Gov. Wilson, and the .strength of the
head of. the ticket waa responsible for
carrying along In the tide of ballots the
retaining offices on the State ticket
Of course, the Bull Moose vote hurt
the Republican party to no little extent
but it is doubtful If the full strength of
the Republican party could have stood
up against the Democratic showing to
day. Roosevelt hsd about. 30,000 rotes In the
State.' The' colonel ran far ahead of his
ticket Herbert Knox Smith, the former
Commissioner of Corporations under
President Taft and candidate for Gov
ernor, coming closest to him, with 24.800
at the same hour.
In Are Congressional districts at mid
night it looked like a Democratic sweep,
the only doubtful district being the Sec
ond, where a hot fight was being waged
between Mayor Bryan F. Maban, of
New London, and William A. King. At
that hour there was a difference of less
than 100 votes in favor of Mayor Ita
lian, but neither side waa yet willing to
claim the victory. Ten towns were still
to be heard from. The Congressmen
elected in the other districts are: First
Augustine Lonergan, of Hartford; Third,
Thomas L. Rellly, of Meriden; Fourth,
Jeremiah F. Donovan, of South Nor-
walk, and Fifth, William Kennedy, of
WILSON BY HAIR
Fight Is Closest in History of State.
Socialists Are Dealt
SrscUl co The TOuhlnricn HotM.
Milwaukee, Wla, Nor. S. The closest
fight in the history of the State has re
sulted In WUson carrying Wisconsin by
a small plurality, estimated at not more
than 15,400. Gor. McGovem, Republican,
who voted for Roosevelt has been re
turned to office. Heavy Republican losses
throughout the State, and the rout of
the Socialists in their stronghold, the
Fifth District were features of the elec
tion. Victor Berger, Socialist Represent
ative, was defeated by W. A. Stafford.
The greatest Republican losses were In
the rural districts. The cities to some
extent equalized! the rote, Wilson gaining
the State' by a close margin. The State
ticket Is split between the Republicans
and Fuslonlsts. The socialists hare suf
fered great losses in all their strong-
holda The Democrats, It is expected, will
hold their own In the Congressional fight.
INDIANA GOES '""
BIG FOR WILSON
Much Taunted Ball Keose Party
Slewed Under fcy
Indianapolis, Ind., Nor; tL Indiana Is
still 'in the Democratic column; giving
-WUson a plurality; estimated at from
20.000 to 20,880. according uTreturns from
'the principal cities and thV greater part
of the rural sectlona-Bamueel M. Bal
aton. Democrat,' bar,, been elected Oor?
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The Bull Moose State .ticket; headed
by former Senator Albert J. BeveridgB;
for which neb glowing 'predictions were
made, went-down ro defeat br Pluralities
acarcely teas, that those accorded, the
Presidential, candidate. The Republican
ticket was tawo, car bctuaa tin rrogTos.
Indiana, wm be refirssentsd .in ..the
House by ;levsn,DeiocraUTand psi
aMy twa Trwlves. aUhongh Vthe
Dstnocrats' mayraaka It .twelve. Oon-'
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-' Omaha, Neb.,' Nor. 5. Wilson 'won a
.close Tlctory over Booserelt.-'In, "Ne
braska. Scattering returns' Indicate that
the Democrats received 45, percent of
the entire vote' cast Roosevelt 30. per
cent and Taft 25 per, cent The Demo
crats carried the entire State ticket
Taft ran better than was expected.1
Denver, Colo., Nov. 5. Wilson has
carried Colorado, and a Democratic
legislature bas been elected. All four
representatives and two United States
Senators are Democratic. Returns at
hand give Wilson 35,000, Roosevelt 30,000,
Taft 15,000. The state-wide prohibition
amendment to the constitution has' been
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 8. A, heavy
vote was polled throughout Minnesota
to-day, late returns indicating- that the
Democrats have carried the State by a
small margin. The State ticket is In
doubt Several Progressive Representa
tives were elected. Taft ran a bad third
to Wilson and Roosevelt
Wheeling, W. Vs., Nor. 5. WUson has
won the West Virginia electoral rote by a
good margin. Roosevelt made a surprising
showing. Republican headquarters early
In the evening conceded Wilson's victory
by 12,000. Later returns increased this
lead. The State ticket probably will be
WILSON AND FOSS
GARRY BAT STATE
The Governor's Plurality Is
mated at About
Boston. Nov. B. Chairman Riley, of the
State Democratic Committee, estimates
Wilson's plurality In Massachusetts at
SO.000 and Foss at 70.000.
Returns from all but a few of the elec
tion districts in this State received gave
WUson 230.000; Roosevelt 160,000; Taft
Chairman Msynard, of the Democratic
City Committee, declares at 8:45 that the
Democrats will get ISO out of 230 seats In
the next Legislature. This would insure
a Democrat' from Massachusetts to the
United States Senate, the first from the
Bay State since Charles Sumner.
HAUTE IS DEMOCRATIC.
Amanita Gees to Democrats
Time la Sixty Tears.
New Tork Advices received at the
Democratic National Headquarters last
to-night Indicated that Maine will go
for Wilson by about 6,000 majority.
Augusta, the home of James O. Blaine,
gave Its first Democratic majority In
Des Moines, Nor. 8. Returns from
throughout the State are very late, and
show Wilson In the lead. The Democrats,
from returns from the principal cities,
claim the State for WUson and declare
that the entire State ticket has been
MOHTABA. . '
Butte. Incomplete returns at 3 (o'clock,
with one-fourth of the rote counted in
SUrer Bow County, Indicate the elec
tion of WUson by from 2J00 to 5,000.
The Democratic State ticket has been
elected, by about the same "figures.
Boise, Nor. S. Taft leads In Idaho, with
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IN OLD ILLINOIS
Progressives Win t in Presidential I
Contest, tatlese State
Bredsl to Tss Wtiblnsten Bcnld.- i candidate to do. The Progressive rote, fact that under the Supreme Court de-
Chicago. 111., Nov. t rtllnoU has gone while great in many States, did not cislon the names of the Roosevelt elee
PmtrtBin in tha rMMn!ii nr- hnt approximate the landslide which the tors had to be written in.
has elected a Democratic Governor by a Progresaive leaders preaicieq. Tne re
small plurality. Taft ran third In the State ,ult shows that the Democratic party
and fourth in Cook County, where the 8o- .Kve few rotes to Roosevelt
lnlt vAt. wra 1a-- T1ai Mitmli,. tl A
The Republican vote went over to Roose- '
velt by the wholesale, and early in the
evening William F. McCombs. Democratic
national chairman, conceded the State
to the Progressives. Former Mayor
Dunne, of Chicago, however, polled a large
vote for Governor. Deneen. the Incumbent
gubernatorial candidate, ran third. Funk.
the Progressive candidate, was within 15.-
000 votes of Dunne.
Chafln. Prohibitionist and Relmer, La
bor candidate, both made a good showing.
Democrat Seems to Have Won Gov
ernorship by Small Margin,
Epsdsl to Toe WtsMiifton Benld.
-Detroit Mich, Nov. 6. Michigan has
gone for Roosevelt according to ire
turns at hand, but Musselman, Republi
can, has been elected Governor, with Fer
ris. Democrat second, and Watkma, Pro
The Roosevelt plurality Is mora than
60,000. Returns are coming In slowly, es
pecially from the northern part of the
Returns at hand Indicate that prac
tically all the present Democratic rep
resentatives hare been re-elected.
Frank E. Doremus. Democrat of De
troit has been re-elected to the House
of Representatives. -
BH0DE I8LABD UBCEETAEf-
Closeness of Vote Leaves the TKesnlt
PmvMftnrA R. T. Nor. B The eluaa
ness of the'votlng and slowness of re
turns made It difficult to determine the
outcome of the election before 'the bal
lots were 'all counted. In the early -returns
from towns -WUson and -Taft were
running neck ana neck, with Taft In
the 'lead and Roosevelt a 'Poor third, but
It was said Taft'a lead would be great
ly-' reduced and .perhaps overcome wheal
the rote of the cities and larger towns
comes in. , ,
TAFT CABBIES VESMQIt -
Montpeller, Vt, Nov: 5. Nearly com
plete returns from 240 towns and cities
out of 24t:in Vermont give. Tsft '33,173:
Roosevelt 22,014; WUson, 1&30L The six
missing towns at the last election cast
less than 380 votes, so -that theabove
figures 'are., probably, indicative of .the
Toneka. Kana. Nov 5. Meager 'retoraa
received at, midnight Indicate 'that tne
Progressive National ticket) and the-Re-publican
'.State ticket had .been Victorians
in Kansas. Progressive leaders data
the State for Roosevelt -by a- Plurality ;e! bV.saT
from 10.088 to 15,000, -but the.DemoeratjTSt
maintain that the complete rot win mm
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bas thus come as near capturing -the
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BY BIG MARGIN
New Tork. Nov. (.Woodrow WUson, of
New Jersey, and Thomas R. Marshall,
of Indiana. Democratic nominees for
President and Vice President were to-day
swept Into office by the most overwhelm
ing victory In the political history of the
country. Their plurality In the electoral
college will be 100. The Democratic can
didates have carried twenty-five of the
forty-eight States, and will probably
carry several mors. In which the result
has -not yet been definitely determined.
Although his popular vote la not as
great by two mUlion as the combined
vote of the Republican and Progressive
parties, Mr. Wilson has thus come as
near to capturing the entire electoral
college as It will probably ever be given
to a Presidential candidate to do. The
Progressive vote, whUe great in many
States, did 'not approximate the landslide
which the Progressive leaders predicted.
The result shows that the Democratic
party gave' few votes to Roosevelt
Majority In the House.
Indications are that the. present Demo
cratic majority of sixty-four in the House
ct Representatives win go to 100.
The complexion of the next United
States Senate will probably be, changed
from, a Republican majority of seven, to
a Democratic majority of one.
Here are some of the i astonishing inci
dents, that attended, the great Wilson
victory and the- crushing defeat of the,
regular Republican candidate:
Wilson polled In New. York a smaller
rote than did Bryan In 1508.
Roosevelt carried 'Illinois by-100.000. but
Edward. P. Dunne., the Democratic nomi
nee for Governor, '.was elected by 45.000.
"Uncle Joe" Cannon.. ex-Speaker, of
the House of Representatives, was de
feated for Congress In1 the Danville dis
trict of Illinois. -Jle has been in Con
gress- since 1873.' and had been defeated
only once before in 1830.
Roosevelt ran second in Georgia. South
Carolina. Kentucky, and Tennessee,' and
strona- In a number of other Southern
States, despite the fact that the Repub
lican -machine-office holders did tneir ui-most-to
keep Taft in second place,
John D. Rockefeller's township. Mount
Pleasant; went for Wilson. '
Wilson carried "Nassau', "Roosevelt's
home county, the colonel running second.
First Time Democratic.
Syracuse went Democratic for the first
tlme'.ln a .national .electlonf '
, Tart's, vote "in New York .SUte, was cut
squarely,. In t two. "
Massachusetts "gave the' Dcmocratlq
ticket its: electoral vote for; the first, time
Wnsosrt swent Indiana .07' SJ.OW, wniw
WalAtnci' TWn.fwrafI(. nnmlBM for BTOV-
eraor.;;swaraped former 'Senator Albert
J.'i'Bevirldge; the, Progressive candidate,
mV-lnassaMl ur a
lata 'returns from Ohio trioleate
WBoea. has swept the . Stat.- by raei
v-Jaia j M. Cow vhaa' been' "elected Gov
ernor br an overwhelming plurality, and
Jtha satire 8tate Democratic ticket bas
elected. Both branches of the ues
ire. win be"Dtmocratlc and .the
tsluvec. Increased their present
rtlaiCongrees from' Ohio. Derao-
AU. muey. stares
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rotes than Taft and Roosevelt com
bined. California Probably Democratic
Late advices from San Francisco in
dicate that WUson has carried Cali
fornia by 20.000 to 30,000, completely over
whelming the supposedly strong Roose
Partial and Incomplete returns front
Idaho place, Wilson in the lead. Roose-,
relt second, and Taft third. This is
considered a remarkable showing. If
the final rote verifies it in view of the
Latest returns show that Pennsylva
nia must be counted among- the States
that held true to the cause of Roose
velt Nearly final but Incomplete re
turns at 2 o'clock this morning show
that Roosevelt carried' the State by
12,000 to 18,000 majority over Gov.
Wilson. The vote for President Taft
was smaller than that of Wilson, but
larger than anticipated.
The two big cities. Philadelphia In
the eastern and Pittsburg in the west
ern end. prevented Gov. Wilson from
adding the thirty-six electoral votes of
the Keystone State to bis string.
In Pittsburg. Senator Flinn. the Run
Moose leader, and William Magee com
bined to defeat Taft the candidate of
Penrose and Oliver.
The count is still going on throughout
the State, and In many districts it win
not be settled until to-morrow night
Prohibition Amendment Carried.
Indications are that West Virginia has
passed the amendment to the State Con
stitution prohibiting the manufacture and
sale of liauor by a very substantial ma
The wet and dry question completely
overshadowed all other issues In the
On the basis of the returns from about
one-eighth of the voting precincts of
the State reporting up to 1 a. m.. Wilson
has carried the SUte by upwards of 25,-
000 over Roosevelt who runst second.
Hatfield, Republican,, Is probably elect-
ea. governor Dy aiwu. KepuDiicans have
made Legislative gains and may control
the next Legislature,-- which -chooses a
successor' to Democratic United SUtes
. Taft and i Wilson' are running neck and
nee -in -New Hampshire; 'with-Roosarelt
In Michigan' Roosevelt appears to, hare
a-snostsntiai lead on incomplete and
scattering, returns.. -
In California 'the race, is .close- between
WUson and Roosevelt
7 Incomplete' returns from1 twelve .'out of
twenty-six counties in New" Mexico give
WUsoa'-snlurslltr of'SOO'ln the' State.
The TafCvelectors'- are running second
and Roosevelt a close, third.1 making 'the
result 'for -second place .doubtful. The
constitutional amendment 'repealing the
language .clause discriminating.' against
Spanish-Americans has-been "carried by
at small 'margin,' i i
Later returns from; Oregon bear- out
tne '. Democratic 'claims ithat. Wilson- win
carry; the -8Ut by 10.000. Roosevelt is
running-second and'-Taft '.-a bad 'third.
The 'Senatorial Issue Is -in doubt" Laf-
ferty, Bawley,' and 'Slnnot Republican
congressmen.. navo ail apparently capit
ulated. - "'' v
'Washington .wlU'prbbablygo Into -the
Roosevelt columDj. - "f
Roosevelt Sends .
- Congratulations' .
n,,: 'to-Gov. WUson
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New. -Tork,' Nor. 5,-ShorUy before mid
nint"Col Roosevelt sent, the-foUowing
telearam'to. Gpr. Wilson:. .
rilltr bay e-eonf erred uponjrou the; high-
MTSoiwr in, ineir giiu -x congratulate
tonr thereon. - .. ."vr .
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Fe.-'N. Mex:. Nor.. 5.-A report
bsaroachod here' that . Cwigrsssiiiau
OeorgaCarry.' ' former Governor ot. New
MesJos asm Governor of oao'of t):TntV
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His Estimated Plurality Is 25,000.
ocratic. Trenton. N. J Nor. 5. Wilson carried
his home SUte by a plurality of about
The Legislature seems Democratic,
which will Insure the election of Former
RepresenUtire Hughes to the- United
Wilson carried Warren County and
Early returns indicate that John J.
Eagan, Democrat has been elected from
the Eleventh Congressional District, and
James A. HamUl, Democrat in tha
Twelfth Congressional District
Fargo. N. Dak.. Nor. a 143 scattered
precincts give Wilson, 3.417; Roosevelt
i575; Taft 2.50S.
Grand Forks Twelve precincts, prin
cipally In Grand Forks County, out of
2,720 in the SUte. give Wilson, 310;
Roosevelt 31: Taft 191
Salt Lake City. UUb. Nov. S. Fifteen
out. of-577 precincts hi Salt Lake City
give Taft 2.891; Roosevelt 2480; WUson,
that are satis
business, but also facil
ities that assure com
fort and convenience ta
customers while In oar
, banking rooms these
the .Union- Trust Coa
pany.haa provided in
Its handsome quarters'
at 15 th andH Street.
Two per cent interest
on- checking; - accounta.
Three per cent on sar
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