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date had slightly drawn his features
and his step had not the swing in it
that it had when he started out last
July on his 34,000 mile campaign
tour. " - -
CROWD GREETS WILSON AS
Rhine Cliff, New York, Nov. 10
Pres. Wilson was greeted as "the
next president" when he came
ashore from the yacht Mayflower to
day, enroute to Williamstown, Mass.
A big crowd greeted the president .
and Mrs. Wilson and cheered both.
The president was looking fine and
wore a, happy smile as he responded
to the greeting. He had been kept
informed of California's vote by
wireless during the night.
The Mayflower made the journey
up the Hudson by easy stages and
arrived here early in the morning.
The president and Mrs. Wilson came
ashore shortly before 10 o'clock and
immediately boaded a special train
for Williamstown, Mass.
Detroit, Mich. 12 of Michigan's 13
members of congress will be Repub
lican, according to very nearly com
plete returns today from all districts.
This is a net gain of one for the Re
publicans. Lansing, Mich. The Democrats
have gained four seats in the lower
house of the next legislature, with
two contests still in doubt, according
to nearly complete returns received
San Francisco, Cal. California
wilL remain wet Majorities against
the prohibition measures indicated in
today's tabulations show that prohi
bition amendment No. 1 lost by 110,
000 and No. 2 by 40,000.
Detroit, Mich. With returns prac
tically complete, indications today
were that Michigan's dry majority
will fall slightly under 70,000. Home
rule apparently was beaten by be
tween 90,000 and 100,000 votes.
U. S. GRADUALLY TAKES PLEDGE
CUTTING OUT BOOZE
New York, Nov. 10. The United
States is steadily growing -"dry."
Election returns today indicated that
four states Michigan, Nebraska,
Montana and South Dakota have
joined the anti-booze league and that
in two others, Utah and Florida, gov
ernors or legislatures pledged to pro
hibition, have been elected. Here in
New York Gov. Whitman will be
asked to make good on his state
ment during the campaign that' he
will help secure legislation permit
ting New York citizens to vote on the
With the states definitely listed
above as against alcohol, there will
be 24 states prohibiting sale of in
toxicants or regulating them by local
ROCK ISLAND ROAD ATTACKS
Jacob M. Dickinson, federal receiv
er for the Rock Island railroad, filed
a petition with Federal Judge Car-'
penter, attacking the Adamson 8
hour law for railroad men as uncon
stitutional.. The petition declared
the law deprived tie railroad of Its
rights nd liberties and asked the
court's opinion as. to whether the
road must obey it.
- Paris, French aviators were en
gaged in 77 air fights yesterday, in
which ten-Germans were brought
down. Otherwise activity was con
fined to intermittent cannonading
and skirmishes at various points.
London. Germany's count of her.
dead for the war numbers , nearly
1,000,000 men, according to official
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Calumet, Mich. Steamer Fronte
nac, Cleveland, reported sunk off
Manitou Island, Lake Superior, with,
loss ofc 22 lives. ' ,