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ELECTION RESULTS FROM ALL
OVER IN A NUTSHELL
New York, Nov. 3. Suffrage and
new constitution defeated by over
whelming majority. Three Repub
lican congressmen elected. Repub
lican assembly elected, though with
slight losses. Entire Tammany tick
et elected in New York county.
Pennsylvania. Suffrage defeated.
One Republican congressman elect
ed. Thomas B. Smith, Republican,
elected mayor of Philadelphia by 75,
000. Massachusetts. Suffrage defeat
ed. Samuel W. McCall, Republican,
elected governor over David I. Walsh
by close vote. Republican legislature
returned with decided gains.
Maryland. Emerson C. Harring
ton, Democrat, elected governor by
Kentucky. Former Congressman
A. C. Stanley, Democrat, elected gov
ernor by about 10,000.
New Jersey. Republicans gained
two state senators in the election of
members of the legislature. Entire
new assembly of 40 Republicans and
20 Democrats elected.
New York. New York rejected
new constitution, which convention
presided over and dominated by
Elihu Root spent months in framing,
by overwhelming majority estimated
early today to be at least 450,000.
Friends of Root today insisted that
the defeat of the constitution would
in no way effect his candidacy for
Republican nomination as president
Ohio. Prohibition defeated.
Cleveland, O. Harry L. Davis, Re
publican, had plurality for mayor of
2,950 votes on first, second and third
choices, over Peter Witt, Democrat,
in 450 out of 462 precincts, election
officials reported at 9 o'clock today.
The total vote for Davis was 46,092;
Witt, 43,142. All municipal issues
except two a bond issue of $1,500,
000 to wipe out a deficiency and a
Socialists' initiative proposal to buy
the street railways for $34,000,000
carried. - ,
Toledo, O. Charles Milroy elected
mayor by 500. Street railway fran
chise defeated by 5,000.
Detroit, Mich. Municipal owner
ship of street railways defeated.
SUFFRAGE HANDED A WALLOP
IN THREE STATES
New York, Nov. 3. Woman suf
frage has lost its first great battle in
the east. While returns were still
rolling in from scattering districts in
New York, Massachusetts and Penn
sylvania, confirming decisive defeat
of votes for women, suffrage lead
ers in New York today announced
plans for big rally in Carnegie hall
tomorrow night that is to mark the
start of new campaigns.
With but few precincts missing,
suffrage was beaten by about 200,
000 in state of New York. Only five
counties, Incomplete returns showed,
registered majorities for votes for
women. Cities heavily against it.
Returns from Massachusetts, prac
tically complete, give the majority
against suffrage as 124,210.
Pennsylvania returns early today
indicated majority against suffrage
of only about 125,000 to 150,000, a
surprise in view of politicians' pre
dictions that suffrage would be de
feated by more than 200,000.
In three eastern states that ballot
ed yesterday suffrage rolled up an es
timated total of 1,016,000 votes. The
votes of those opposed total about
-Two out of every five men in New
York, Pennsylvania and Massachu
setts cast their ballots in favor of suf
frage. -o 0
SUFFRAGE PETITION ON WAY
From San Francisco by auto, with
woman chauffeur, woman mechani
cian and two woman custodians, the
500,000-name petition for woman's
suffrage will arrive in Chicago Frl
dav. The names were secured at the
Women's Voters' convention, San
Francisco. They are on their way to