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yas elected, mayor of -Tojedo-for
the fourth time. ' k
Newton Baker, first lieutenant
of the late Tom h". Johnson over
whelming elected mayor of Cleve
land. Henry T." Hunt, Democrat,
elected mayor of Cincinnati, beat
ing Boss Cox's candidate who had
been publicly endorsed by Taft...
,; Cfeyeland by vote 50;pp0 to
20,0Q0jdecided to build an electric
lighting plant r ; v
1 ,' . LocaTElection Results.'
fudges of Superior' Court: -I
M. A. KavanaWh. W.-H. Mc-
Surely, H. V. Freeman, Albert'C
Barnes,. Hugo Pam, C. M. Foell,'
Republicans ; Joseph H. Fitch, M.
L. McKinleyC N. Goodwin,
Dennis' E, Sullivan, Democrats. r
Judge of Circuit Court:
rjohn.JE. 'McGoorty,. Democrat
Bridge bond issue carried-r,
City judgment "bond issue car
ried 52,417 majority.
West Park bond-issue carried
-rrl 3,592 majority.
. Municipal court amendment
No 1 defeated 35,339 majority.
.. Municipal court amendment
No. 2 -defeated 43,150 majority.
General Election Results.
New York Republi can-majority
of 50 in assembly." ,Tammany.
judiciary in Manhattan and
Bronx elected" by small plurality.
Fusionists win in Brooklyn.
j Massachusetts: Gov. Foss re
elected, 7,734 plurality. Legisla
ture Republican, r
? Maryland. Republican gover
nor and Democratic legislature.
Ohio. Democratic mayors
elected iji Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Columbus. Independents win
! New Jersey Republicans win
legislature. Control both houses
by 11 majority.
! Philadelphia Blankenburg, re
f6rmcandidate, elected by 4,000
plurality, overturning Republi
can plurality at last election of
45J000. 'Rest of Republican ticket
, Kentucky Democratic gover
nor and legislature.
Rhode Island Republican
New Mexico First state elec
tion Democratic victory.
Missis sippit Democratic ticket
elected. Congressional vacancies
rDemocrat elected in second
Kansas district; first non-Republican
since 1896. Democrat elect
ed in third Nebraska district. Re
publican'ih fourteenth" Pennsyl
vania.. Republican succeeds late
Representative Loudenslager in
Socialists Mayors elected in
Schenectady, N.f Y-. ; Grookston,
Minn. ;,St. Marys, Martins Ferry;
Fostoria, Mount Vernon, Baber
ton, Salem, Cuyahoga Falls, -and
possibly Canton, O.
San Francisco Municipal con
ference candidates for supervisors
defeated union labor candidates.
Local option Majority "of
to.wns.in central and southern Illi-
noil carried byxliysi 4