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THE BISBEE DAILY RBVIEW
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
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BISBEE, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1912
NUMBER 155
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SOCIALIST VOTE
IN ARIZONA BIS
SUPRJSETOALL
Gov. Wilson Given Splendid
Majority in . New State
and Roosevelt Is a Good
Second on Ballot
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TaFT GETS ONLY
v SCATTERING VOTES
Democratic Presidential Can
didate Receives Flattering
Majority Over All in Cop
per Districts and Vicinity
The surprise in the Arizona election
has not ieen the vote for either o
tbe three most prominent can'!it2-,
but Is found In the surprising inc.eafO
of the socialist vote thioughout the
state. In the state elections last e-r
there was a decided falling on" in the
socialist vote and this makes the big
.otc yesterday more surpilslng.
Wilson Gets Splendid Victory
Arizona has given to Gov. Woodrow
Wilson a splendid majority and Roose
velt has proven a ve.y sood second
with Taft only carry a few scattering
precincts In the state.
The returns from the state are very
Incomplete as yet, but It may be safe
ly estimated that Wilson will have a
plurality over RooseeIt of near two
thousand with Debs end Taft not
very far apart in their totals.
Cochise for Wilson
Cochise county will give Wilson a
plurality of more than five thousand
while Taft will get less votes In thU
county than the socialist candidate.
Arizona points at 10:30 o'clock p m.
at Graham county in thirteen p.e
cincts gives Wilson 234; Roosevelt 35;
Taft 39 and Debs 99. For cougross
Hayden 334; Campbell 49; Fisher !3;
Smith 09.
Gila county In complete gives Wil-'
son 63: Roosevelt 46: Taft 12: DeDS
24.
For congress, Hayden G7; Campbell
13; Fisher 41; Smith 23; seven pre
cincts In Greenless county, Wilson
C52; Roosevelt 237; Taft 106: Debs
106. For congress Hayden 64S; Camp
bell 113; Fisher 223; Smith SS.
Five precincts from Maricopa coun
ty, Wilson 2046; Roosevelt 1440; Taft
5C0; Debs 359. Wilson apparently car
ried every county In Arizona with the
possible exception of Coconino.
Referendum: Carry
The count In Tucson fs very slow
but Is large enough now to show that
all constitutional amendments have
carried ihajuI u to ; '
about 0 to 1.
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PIMA FOR WILSON
TUCSON, Nov. 3: Six precincts in
Pima county give Wilson 452; Roose
velt 403; Taft 251; Debs 44 and
Chafin 3.
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'- PHOENIX SEES WRITING
PHOENIX, Nov. 5: Partial returns
from Arizona give Wilson 533; Roose
velt 382; Taft 223; Debs. 79; Chafia
10. For Congressman Hayden, dem.
2S; Fisher, progressive, 17; Campbell
republican, 18.
LEADS IN YAVAPAI
Sixteen precinct In this county
gave Wilson 237, Taft 139.. Roosevelt
1C4 Debs 11. Hayden 268, Campbell
170, Fisher 112, Smith 81-
" TAFT IN COCONINO
Returns are coming In slow and in
dication Is that Taft carries this
county by a small majority. Hayden
is running away ahead of the ticket
The suffrage and other amendments
will carry by a large majority. Debs
runs surprisingly strong In tho loggias
camps. One half of the votes have
been counted.
GILA FOR DEMOCRATS
m i-itju1 Vnr fi- Returns aro slow
on account of complication growing
out of the holdings of the national
and city elections on the same- day.
G. W. M. Caratil "the vlIlagB black
smith" was elected mayor by the dem
ocrats. Tho democratic city ticket
was elected entirely, the only excep
tions being Koowles, non-partisan and
Kit Miller, socialist, who were elect
ed aldermen. Carl Hayden Is running
slightly ahead of his ticket for con
gress. Tbe socialists carried north
'Globe and prafcably carried Miami,
but they made little impression on
other sections of Qlla county. The
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Our Next President, Vife, Three Beautiful
Daughters and His Home at Sea Girt N. J.
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Tombstone . . . Wilson 93; Taft: 2f. Roo?evelt 6S. Debs 7 -3?SSS? C "'eprgyiitniifal "
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....Wilson 202;
.Wilson 94;
Douglas (complete six precinct
turerora . .. wuson lG, Tatt 1; noosevelt . 8; Debs 12 i?5S5staCZSM
j rvaco wuson z; , ; itoosrveit 10: Ueos 3 fca-?Him7M"wi'-INT';C!J7
SH: Debs 8.
The result of the 30 precincts aboro
1. jtuievcil 374, Du 7ol. TMrs sr
be hpard, from which there will be about 300 votes to be added to
the above. These precincts are Bowie, Lusk, Whitewater, Light,
We?t Huachuca, Turner. Pool, Gleeson, Marble and Wiigts.
I JSARLY INDICATIONS; ELECTION 1 W nllll Mf' JwMffiBXwf
EARLY INDICATIONS; ELECTION
CARRY N. Y. LEGISLATURE
NEW YORK, Nov. 5: The' Ameri
can says New York statn senate and.)
assembly will both pe democratic
NEW YORK, Nov. 5 Chairman Mc
Combs has sent word to Governor Wil
scn at Princeton at 7 o'clock that the
rJcctlcn Indicated he was elected by
an overwhelming vote and that there
are only two states in which the" vote
will be close.
MASSACHUSETTS DEMOCRATIC
The New York Associated Press
Dricccll, democratic, elected congress
man In 43rd district; Boston 356 out
1102 in Massachusetts Including all
except five in Boston; Wilson 51934;
Taft 34480; Roosevelt 31939.
DIXON CONCEDES WILSON
NEW YORK, Nov. 5: Senator Dix
on. Roosevelt's campaign manager,
concedes all the eastern state to Wil
son. r - '
SULZER CARRIES ROME
ROME, N. Y. Nov. S Complete City
Governor Sulzer 1618; Hedges 1392;
Strauss, progressive; 1C51; Same
1910; Dix 1996; Stlmson 1722.
NEW YORK. Nov. 5: 650 districts
city, Wilson 133.3C0; Taft 43,730,
Roosevelt-' 59,734. oiumaia, 3. u.
(seven counties, Wilson 2755; Roose
velt Z94, iari iv.
rait 2; Roosevelt 6; Debs 2 IS-TV-tfe SSSsrS?S6Ef
Tafj; 1; Roosevelt 4; Debs 3 -ftig. s,'SiSPfaffTnTTt '
Tdft 2; RoosceH 3; Debs 3 ' ' ""3?SSHiffip
Taft 19; Roosevelt ;i; Dtrbs 41 .n- ' Ji!&J!3KiSx!IK&
Taft 1: Roosevelt 13; Debs 6 V- JMHBI
Taft 3; Roosevelt 10; Debs 3 , ' -BPs
Taft 4; Roosevelt 9; Dels 3 bII' """- - r?5353EHil
Taft 9. Roosevelt 17; Debs 4 , -r!aay J2iil5i6Bl?)rft
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Taft 14; Roosevelt 59; Debs 10 lltUffifSiSiis &SBfSt9ml3,fM
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Taft 12; Roosevelt 28; Debs C2 M(jS& STSfer Z&SwwJfmiMh
Taft 1: Roosevelt 7; Debs 1 Mh9k 4'-w.3fJfS7vJWffff
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Taft 10; Roosevelt 51; Debs 45 'Waf'v' -WmviisMrtmj''W!l fir
Tart 27; Roorevetl 176; Debs 109 ,ifmM-JrtuTKBSaB'7WAiiWl!i-J
Taft 31; Roosevelt 43; Dcta 20 UM iflwftttS3EBBJP'' fAltfvlWH
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ROOSEVELT CARRIES THREE
ATLANTA Three precincts In thi3
state give a plurality for Roosevelt.
CHICAGO EARLY FORECAST "
CHICAGO, Nov. 5: Chicago early
returns Indicate that the race between
Roosevelt in Chicago was exceedingly
close, with Roosevelt leading by a nar
row margin. Taft will run third.
CLAIMS NEW YORK
NEW YORK, Nov. 5: Chairman
Barnes made an early statement that
Wilton would carry New York by a
plurality of 100.0C0 and 150,000.
RAIN IN MISSOURI
ST. LOUIS, Mo, Nov. 5: A driz
zling rain through the day. Rain al
so started in western Missouri at noon.
Intense Interest was taken by voters
and a very heavy vote was polled
through the state.
FIRST MASSACHUSETTS RETURNS
NORWELL, Mass. Nov. 5: Roose
velt 104; Taft 97; Wilson 88. .In 1908
Taft 164; Brvan 40.
MARYLAND IS CLAIMED
BALTIMORE, Nov. 5: The Sun.
Democrat claims Maryland for Wil
son by 40.C00 plurality. New York
returns from 272 districts of the state
cutslde of the city, Taft 35,857; Wll.
son 45,567; Roosevelt, 33463. In 1903
Taft received 78,322; Bryan, 61,725.
Gov. Marshall of Indiana, Elected Vie'ePresident.
CHICAGO, Nov. 5: SI precincts of.
Cook county Illinois rjivc Roosevelt
7498; Wilson 6323; Taft 3856; Debs
2954. Governor Dunne (democratf
3238; Deenen, (republican) 2024;
Funk, (progressive) 1598.
BURLINGTON, Nov. 5: The city of
Burlington complete gives Taft 1234;
Wilson 2310; Roosevelt 138a
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 5: Champ Clark,
candidate for re-election to congress
Is conceded tc have been elected in
the ninth district.
NEW YORK, No. 5: Ail the demo-
cratlc congressional nominees in Ala
bama, Mississippi, 'Arkansas and
Louisiana elected.
NEW YORK, Nov. 5: Chairman
Dixon pf the progressives, at 10 o'clock
claimed Illinois, Vermont, Michigan,
Pennsylvania and Iowa for Roosevelt.
j ST. LOUIS, Nov. 5. Missouri, In
fifteen dirft-Icts shows Perl D. Decker,
democrat, elected. '
- CHICAGO, Nov. 5: Medill McCor
mick who hag-charge cf the Chicago
progressive headquarters at 9 o'clock
claimed IllinoIi'.'Micfilgan, Iowa and
Wisconsin for Roosevelt.
DETROIT, Nov. 5: Scattering and
Incomplete returns throughout tne
state Indicate Col. Roosevelt leading
by a good plurality and Musselman,
republican and Ferris, democrat, can
didates for governor, running very
clcse.
LOS ANBELES, Nov. 5: Party re.
turns from 310 precincts out of 455 !n
Los Angeles city gave Roosevelt 10.
323; WUson 738a Debs 2455; Taft 2S0.
Progressive leaders claim a plurality
of 25.CCO for Roosevelt In Los Angeles
county, based on these figures.
ALBUJUERQUE, Nov. J5:-T-lneom-plete
return' of three out of twentyrjlx
counties In New Mexico Indicate that
Wilson for president and Ferguson,
democratic congressman are .leading
two to cne.
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WQODROW WILSON SWEEPS
can in
AND WILL BE
Eastern States Tire of Protection and Turn to Depend
able Party and Candidates. Col. Roosevelt Seems to
Have Won Second Place in Eastern States New Jer
sey Governor's Election Conceded Beyond Doubt. ;
PEOPLE OF COUNTRY TO GET CHANGE
FIRST TIME IN NEARLY TWO DECADES
Chief Executive Taft Appears to Be Entirely Out of
Running and Former Head of Princeton University
Probablv Will Run the Administration of the United
States for-the Next Four Years.
The frst re'u-us to reach the Re
1p. ycslerflay Altercoon i.e:neen
fo..r and five u't-isKk was .'ran 31 kb
satt.usetts; the liral bulletin slwacd
a Uzt tor Ro-JS'v-'.t and cry toon
came a bulletin fia.ii Atlanta, Ouorgla,
aing that the lirt thrco precincts
In that state had -;ivvn a Majority for
tV.u P.ull Moose Thm-i first renin. s.
hor.over, were :iot inSicmive o- tLe
:csult, as was shun'l by l!ic .:... re
t'lrni from New York.
Wilscn Shows Victory
Returns from iNew York state out
side of the city showed that Wilson
was holding his own In the republican
strong holds, " . '
Ne- York, the home or Col. Roose-
elt will give-Governor Wilson two
hundred thousand majority arid It eas
ily was conceded by Senator Dixou,
campaign manager for the Hull Jlooso,
that Wilson would carry all the east
ern states and as the returns came in
feVinef " M"
Will Win Great Victory
It Is indicated that Governor Wilson
will have the greatest victory ecr
secured by any presidential candidate.
It is believed that he will have bu
electoral vote of at least forty-five
states.
The landslide seems to have been
to the democratic candidate from ev
ery section of the country and the vic
tory Is so complete as to mane sure
that the United States senate will be
in harmony with the i'o.-fe and "ie
new president.
Radicalism Not Wanted
The returns while leaving the rela
tive position in the race between Taft
and Roosevelt in doubt, shows that
the advanced radicalism championed
by the new party leaders received no
considerable endorsement in any part
of the country. There was no stam
pede to the Rough Rider, the people
evidently preferring to stand by the
constitution and the sane and conser
vatism progrcssivlsm of Woodrow
Wilson and the Baltimore platform.
One of the gratifying results of the
election so far indicated is the defeat
of former speaker of the house. Uncle
Joe Cannon of Danville, 111
.The election of Governor Wilson, of
New Jersey, as president. Governor
Marshall, of Indiana, as vice president
by a safe majority of electoral votes
was made certain by incomplete re
turns received from the country at
large up to 10 o'clock, with Pennsyl
vania, Indiana, Ohio and other large
states represented by only meager re
ports. The success of the democratic
ticket in majority heavily polled states
fs certain and early returns gave to
Wilson the " solid south," embracing
all the democratic states south of the
Potomac besides Connecticut. Dele
ware, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts and New York and ap
parently West Virginia, Indiana and
Missouri. Col. Roosevelt's victory In
Illinois was concecj:d early in the
evening by democratic leaders.
NEW YORK. Nov. 6 With tho
election of Wilson to the presidency
and Gov Marshall of Indiana to the
vic presfdency assured by the earlier
returns last night, the reports up to
, last midnight gave Indications the
electoral vote for tbe democratic can
didate would pass the 300 mark. Tho
slzo of tb nopnlar majority given
tbe democratic national ticket 'oy tho
states outside of Illinois that might
give electoral votes to either Taft or
Roopovelt was a matter of conjecture
" " ;r r fin ,Z "-,'"""' '"" present ratio.
ever that Illinois would give an over 0ne hundred and forty-four elco
whelmlng majority to Roosevelt, on di8tricts out of CT.93 In Pennsyl
while the race In Pennsylvania would TaaIa Tan 62.723; Wilson 6A
be so cIoeo that all three candidates 5CS and Roosevelt 62.516.
nVght be within the range of mic- Roosevelt apparently swept Illinois
ce8,8, , , ,. yesterday In the raco for presidency.
Early returns gave AV llson and Mar- 0.,iin- t return received at 11
shall the "solid, 3ouUi," Connecticut. ,
j Delaware, Kentucky, Maine, Mary-
ELECTION
RESIDENT
land, S!asachusetts, New York, West
Virginia, Indiana and Missouri and as
the morning came on returns from
tUe.west began to :ome ln and the
earlier counts were confirmed, Mon
tana, New Jersey and New Mexico be
ing added to those which seemed cer
tain for the democratic candidates,
while scattering returns from San,
FraiCisco and Los Angeles made it
probable that California might join
the Wilson-Marshall column.
Roosevelt Gives In.
Shortly before midnight Col. Roose
velt at Oyster Bay made tho follow
ing statement; "The American .people
by a great plurality Uave decided in
favor of Gov .Wilson oT the demo
cratic party and like tell good citizens
I arcept the result with entire good
humor and contentment.
"As for the progressive cause, I
can onlv repeat what already I so
SVT & J
Tne fate or
little coirecrience. but the cause it
self In the end must triumph for its
triumph is essential to the well being
of the American people."
Roosevelt Congratulates Wilson.
At the same tmib he issued tho
statement Col Roosevelt sent the fol
lowing telegram to Gov. Wilson: "The
American people by a great plurality
Irtis conferred on you the highest hon
or in their gift and I congratulate you
thereon."
W. J. Bryan last night from Lincoln,
Neb., sent the following telegram to
Gov. WlWon- "I most heartily con
gratulate ou and the country on your
election. Vour splenJid campaign ha3
borne fruit in a great victory. I am
sure your administration will prove a
blessing to tho nation and a source
of strength to our party.
wuson Assured of nisct'on.
Early returns at New York and sea
board states caused much exultation
in the democratic national headquart
ers. Chairman McCombs soon after
7 o'clock sent word to Gov. Wilson,
his election was indicated by an 'over
whelming rote. T.ater in the evening
he mado the following stntement:
'The history is now complete and re
turns are coming in so fast I cannot
keep up with them. Governor Wilson
carried 3Iassachusetts, Maine, Con
necticut, New York, Maryland. New
Jersey and all the couth. National
committeeman W. R. King wires that
Wilson will get 10,"00 plurality In
Oregon. I believe 've wltl carry
Pennsylvania for Wilson.
"I have reports which are sufficient
to elect Wilson overwhelmingly with
out official returns from the western
states which are not In."
With Chairman McCombs were Vice
Chairman William G. McAdoo and
Ttnlted States Senator O'Gorman who
plainly were elated over the re.
turns.
McComb? at 10 o'clock said he was
not prepared to concede Mine's to
Roosevelt as he had been quoted hav
ing done.
Tbo borough of Richmond complete
gives Wllron 8,413. Taft 3.033 ana
Roosevelt 3,741.
Roosevelt Carries Colorado.
One hundred and one precincts out
of 1412 In state of Colorado, Includ
ing Denver on straight ballots, give
Wilson 4.5S1, Taft 3.0G7 and Roose
velt 2.9S0.
With 412 precincts heard from in
Illinois Indications Lt 9:30 o'clock
were that Roosevelt will carry . Illi
nois outside of Cook county by 62.0S0
plurality If returns continue at the
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