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WEEKLY JOURHALmiM, WKDNESDXY MORMINO, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
AS TOLD IN
Semi-Official Election Returns of Yavapai County
I For Repreaentattve 7 ' ' iPronoMdi l . '
SeferOndtun Ordered by Petition of tho People
(Continued from Page One) . .
in ,ul precincts to hear from give
V!,nn 652, Roosevelt 237, Taft 106,
.nil Debs 106;
W MA, No1 5.Six precincts
. w Wilson 297;lKooscvclt 283, Taft
h IH-I.s, 122, Tfkydcn .163, Fisher
.14 Campbell 73, $rrHth 68.
FFORD, Nov 5. Eighteen
t.rtfincts gives Wilson 334, Roose
clt 35, Taft 49. JDcbs 99. -Hnydcri
1.14, Campbell 49,, Fisher 85, Smith
t,LOHE, Nov, 5.Incomplcte rc
t im. give Wilson 63, Roosevelt 46,
,n ( 12, Debs 24, Hayden 67, Camp
i,M 13, Fisher 41. Smith 23.
PHOENIX, Nov. 5. Five nrecinct
Klr Wilson 2046, Roosevelt 1440,
I.,ft 560, Debs 359.
Wilson has, apparently carried
r.ry county in Arizona with the1
jk, Mblc exception of Coconino.
PHOENIX, No.v. 5Pnc hundred
thirty precincts give Wilson
WM, Kooscvclt 4664, Taft 2045, Debs
1400, Chtfpln 16-
IllSHEE, Nov, 5. All referendum
measures carried, by big majority in-!
cludimc Woman Suffrage.
IIOLHROOK, Nov. 5. Three pre
cincts give Wilson 196, Roosevelt
170. Taft 130, Debs 10, Chapin 4.
Hayden 207, Fisher 121, Campbell
135. Smith 10, Gibson 2.
1 LAGSTAFF, Nov. 5. A small
vote was cast and the indication is
for a small Republican majority. The
Suffrage and Railroad amendments
will receive a majority. Hayden
leads the ticket strong. Debs is re
jM ted strong in the jogging camps,
l ines arc down and no returns in
IIOLIIROOk, Nov. 5. The pre
cincts of Wilson with one third the
votes of Navajo county gives Wil
khi 81, Roosevelt 49, Taft 33. Dcbi
4, Campbell, Republican 34, Hayden,
Democrat, 86, Fisher, Progressive,
43, Smith. Socialist, 4, Impossible
it get complete returns tonight.
(LOME, Nov. 5 Returns arc slow
mi account of the complications
growing out of holding the National
and Citv elections on the same day.
( i M. Carvil "The Village Black
Mnith" was elected Mayor by the
Democrats. The entire Democratic
city ticket was elected with the ex
ception of Knoyvlcs, non-partisan and
Miller, Socialist, who were elected
Mdcrtnen. Hayden is riming Slight
ly ahead of his ticket for Congress.
The Socialist carried North Globe
and have pr.Qba.hty. carried Miami
but they made little ipipr.cfsjon on
other sections of Gila County. The
roiint on the amendments Is slow
but the best imnrcssion is that they
will carry in Gila County but the
majority will not be heavy. The
miners lien legislation has probably
been defeated in Gila.
NOAGLES. Nov. 5. The four
largest precincts in Santa Cruz
county give Wilson 171, Roosevelt
95. Taft 50, Debs 28. Chapin 1.
Hnyden 182, Fisher 84, Campbell 52,
HOLHROOK, Nov. 5.TCH pre
cincts in Navajo county give Wilson
115. Roosevelt 121, Taft 97, Debs
(. Campbell 62. Hayden 121, Fisher
7H bmith 6, Gibson 6.
IIOLIIROOK, Nov. 5. Five pre
cincts in Apache County give Wil
son 88, Roosevelt 65, Taft 38, Debs
" Chapin 1, Campbell, Republican,
25, Hayden, Democrat, 84, Fisher,
Progressive, 33; Smith,'- Socialist, 6,
dibson, Prohibition, 1.
KINGMAN. Xo'v. 5. Twelve pre
cincts in Majovc county gave VU
m.ii 262. Roosevelt 178, Taft 59,
Debs 174, Hayden 271. Fisher 175,
Campbell 60, Smith 173. For Suff
rage Amendment 207, against 32. All
'onstitutinn.il amendments, carry by
big majority and the referred laws
relating to railroads was carried by
four to one.
YAVAPAI COUNTY. ,
With 17 precincts complete, m
ImlitiK Prcscott South, and partial
returns front the North precinct,
he vote of this county stands as
follows ht 4 a. m.
Roosevelt - ii
Chnpin - J
i nmpucu ............
SAN FHANC18CO, Nov. 5. Ki-rIh-'ar
of Votern Zcmansky est linn twl
ht Wilson would carry Sun Kriin
mkco by 20,000 plurality.
1.08 AN0KLK8, Nov. 5.l,HrtiuM
t irim from 310 orrcinctN out of 455 ill
Uh AiiL'tilex City clve Hoosovclt 10,323,
tlcon 7,380, Debs 2,455, Tuft 200.
Tin- I'rojzrctislveii claim n plurality for
iKxisevi'lt of 25,000 In Kos Aiik'1im
' ounty based on tlieso fiKures.
HAN PKAN0I8C0, Nov. fi.-Thirty.
'"(lit eltv preeinctM eomjilet' lllvo
W i -on 108.000, ItooHCVelt 70,000. This
wiu tlioiiKlit to have been n KtroiiR
AN FRANCISCO, Nov. S.-Ro-'
rns from the lawst three Cahfor-
m cities and scattered precincts in
wry section of interior California
indicate the winner's plurality in to
day's presidential contest will shade
down to a very narrow margin when
complete count is made. Roosc
vlt apparently had a plurality in
xcess of twenty thousand in I-oS
Nnuelcs coiinty and carried Alameda
Crown- King ....
Kirkland i ,
county by a fair margin. Wilson
on the basis of earlv returns will
have a plurality of six thousand in
San Francisco county. Returns from
a large majority pf the interior coun
ties show Wilson pluralities and
these added to his lead in San Fran
cisco threaten to overcome the
Roosevelt plurality in the Los Ange
les . and Alameda strongholds. The
situation at ten o'clock tonight is
one in which the indicated margin
for cither candidate is so small that
it is idle to forecast the filial re
sult. SAN , FRANCISCO, Nov. 5.-On
the basis of a complete count of the
first 100 precincts in San Francisco
out of a total of 657, Wilson carried
the city by a plurality of more than
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 5. Late
indications arc that California will
join the Wilson column.
HAN FHANCIBCO, Nov. 5. J. O.
Davis, chairman of tho Democratic
State OutJtri committee, tnndu the fol
lowing ntnternrtit at 11 o'clock tonight
concerning the inteit in California:
"Wilt-on will enrry the stnte by 20,000.
Hoosevclt will have Ios Angeles by n
margin not to exceed 7,000 votps. We
curry 8nn Frnnrlsco by 10,000 nnd get
a iniieh larger vutirJn'the Han Joaquin
and Hacrnniento valleys than we ex
pected. Tho coast counties will bo
ours, Snnta CVnrn, and Monterey coun
ties, which we did .not claim, are not
expected to be In" the Wilson column.
Our Micces". was contributed to by the
fact the- Taft. .clfrtpr. were disfran
chised but Wilson would have won on
Ids own strength."
SAN FRANCISCO; Nov. 5. Re
turns from 1520 of 4372 precincts
from the Hate 'including one third
of Los Angeles County and little
more than half of San Francisco
County show the following: Wilson
1X1,355, Roosevelt 85.258. Taft 662,
Debs 11.020, Chafin 1095.
LOS ANGELES. Nov. 5.-338 pre
cincts in the City of Los Angeles,
out of 455. give Wilson 205,53. Roose
vclt 25,885. Taft 903. Debs 7057.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 6.The
tabulation of returns from the Cali
fornia counties up to 12:30 a. m. in
dicate that Woodrow Wilson has
carried the state by between 8,000
CHICAOO, Nov. 5. - One hundred
nnd ten precincts In Cook County give
Roosevelt 0,400, Wilson S,h21, Taft
5,425, I)eb 4,070.
CHICAGO, Nov. 5. It seems umm.
imoiisly conceded Wilson's election is
fissured, Kild Joseph K. Davles, man
nger of tho Democratic campaign in
tho West at S o'clock tonight. "Now
it is rather a micrtton whnt states will
not be or Wilson Instead of wlmt
states are for him. I am prepared to
concede Illinois to Jtooscvelt."
f'liir'Afin Nov. 5. Kiirhty-one pre
cincts In Cook county give Rooovelt
tjou w n mi 0.323. Taft 3.850, Debs
2045.' Governor Dunne, Democrat,
3238, .Uenecn, Republican 2,084, Funk,
iMiii'AflO. Nov. 5. Dunne, Demo
ernt, Is apparently elected Governor.
ni.. rurvll. Democrat. Is elected
CHICAGO, Nov. r,.-The City News
bureau which is gathering the election
returns in Cook county, at o'clock
enid Roosevelt appeared to have cur-
ried Chicago l.V ln'',' I,,H" '"d""' i""'
rttir.VfiO. Nov. 5. Late returns
including many Democratic foiintici.
i tbc southern part of the tnte
took away the Roosevelt plural, y n
..J r,-iiirns and nave Wilson a
li:i,. ln.l. His total on 692 pre
ciiicts heard from was fourteen votes
more than Roosevelt. Returns on
692 precincts oiitsidc of ' Cook cmintv
gave Taft 42.297. Wilson 63,857,
"iilflio. 'Nov. 5.-Dnnne, Demo
...,.it,iiit for Governor, niipenrs
,,, lmvo carried Chicago over Denee,,,
Ifepiioiicau, ii) ""
MILWAUKEE, Nov. .WCornpIctc
returns from WUwauKcc -
!.'... i .,'.inri. Ihrntiirhnilt the
Sta e indicate Wilson swept Wiscon
t,v froln twenty thousand to thir-
ty thousand votes. The Democratic
candidate carried Milwaukee county
ovor Taft by close to ten thousand.
Meager returns from up-state show
Wilson winning even in s.trong Re
Roosevelt is running behind Taft
except in Winnebago county which
the Progressive candidate carried
by a small margin over Wilson.
Early reports indicate a close race
between Karcl, Democrat and Mc
Govern, Republican, for the gover
norship. Chairman Paul H. llclmy
of the Democratic State Central
Committee claims the state for Karel
by 20,000. Chairman 'George II.
Scott of the Republican State Cen
tral Committee claims the State
for McGovcrn on the face of the
returns by 25,000 to 30,000. Con
gressman Victor L. Merger, of Mil
waukee, the only Socialist in con
gress was defeated for re-election
by former Congressman William IL
Stafford, who ran as a fusion can
didate on the Democratic ticket.
The entire Socialist ticket in Mil
waukee went down to defeat before
the non-partisan coalition of the
Democrats and Republicans, with the
possible exception of Winifred C.
Zobel, the present District Attorney.
Congressman John J. I'.scli in the
7th district and Irvine L. Lcnroot in
the eleventh district have been re
elected. Stewart, Democrat, is run-
niiiL' neck and neck with Congress
man A. Cooper. Republican in the
hrst district. Congressman fteuop,
Democrat and Representative Morse,
Republican, each claims the election
in the ninth district.
NKWARK. Nov. 5. New Jersey hna
given Wilson u pluiallty estimuted up
on the returns at 35,000 to 15,000 over
Roosnvclt. Returns nt midnight show
el Taft in third place. His vote Is
less thnn wuf of Wilson's the heaviest
vote ever cast in the state. A long
ballot, dclnyed the count. Hut 127 dis
tricts out of tho state's 1,770 precincts
has been heard from at midnight. They
gave Wilson 8,401, Taft 3,072, Roose-
velt 0.818. Ten or the state's repre
sentatives In tho next Congress will bo
Democrats and two will be Republicans.
Tho Democratic gain Is three over tho
present leprescntntlon. A Democrat is
likclv to succeed Frank O. Hriggs as
United States Senator. Whether the
next president of the Statu Semite who
succeeds Wilson as Governor will bo n
Democrat is undetermined by the enny
NEWARK. Nov. 5. A Democrat
will succeed Woodrow Wilson as
Governor of New Jersey. 1 lie Me
ritocrats elected four of the six Mate
Senators, thereby displacing the re
publican majority of one with a
similar democratic majority which
will elect Wilsons successor,
UOHTON..N0V. 5. Wilson's strength
In Uoston today exceeded that of Taft
and Roosevelt combined, Tho latter
two almost evenly divided the vote
received by Taft four years ago. The
Democratic nominee iiihi a ungni
gain over tho vote given Hrynu in
HifiH. ('oiniilcto returns of tho elty
showed Roosevelt 21,548, Taft 21,177,
Wilson 42,708. , ,
BOSTON, Nov. ."i.-The Indications
with half of the state tabulnted were
that Massachusetts favored today 11
Democratic president for the mst time
in Us history, ros apparently is re
jected by 1111 increased plurality, m
..otniiletti returns from sixteen eongres
sinnal districts showed Hie Democrats
njade slight gains. Five hundred and
forty-seven out of 1,102 precincts gl
Wilson 77,001, Taft 50,803, Roosevelt
DKTROIT. Nov. 5.-8cattering
complete returns throughout tho statu
indicate that Rooievelt is lending by
it' good jilutallly.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 5.Mid
night Wilson and Roosevelt arc
running peck ami ncack in Pennsyl-
vania. In 1043 out of 5377 election
districts in the state outside of Phil
adelphia. Taft has 38.645. Wilson
62.032, Roosevelt 62.046. In Phila
delphia with less returns in Taft
leads Wilson by 14,000 votes and
Roosevelt by 11.000.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 6. With
about half the distirtcs of Pennsyl
vania counted Roosevelt's State plu
raliy will be from 25,000 to 50.000.
HOISE. Nov. 5.r-Tlic re-election
of Congressman French, Republican,
is the only fact indicated by the re
turns from twenty-two of Idaho's
676 voting precincts. Taft, Wilson
and Roosevelt arc only 160 votes
apart. Hadlcy, Democrat, ami Mar
tin, Progressive arc equally close.
LOUI8VILLK. Nov. 5. the first
fourteen precincts in Louisville, give
Wilson 1,080, Taft 205, Roosevelt 780.
ALHUQUKIMJHK, Noy. 5. Incom-
comjdete returns from three out of
twenty-six counties in New Mexico in
dicate Wilson and Fergusson, Demo
crat, for Congressmnu lire lending two
WHITK RIVER JUNCTION,. Nov. 5.
Twenty out of 240 precincts give
Roosevelt 1,504, Taft 1403, Wilson H'J
The same places In September gnve
Governor Mctzcr, Progressive, j.220,
Met cher, Kcpulillcnu, i.limi, Home,
MONTPELIER. Vt.. Nov. 5
Complete returns ive Taft 23,247,
Roosevelt 22,323, Wilson 15.37y.
HALTIMORK. Nov. 5. The Sun.
Democrat, claims Maryland for Wilson
wy -iu,ouu piurnrny.
PORTLAND. Nov. 5. One hundred
and forty-nino election districts give
Roosevelt 11.015, Taft '7,4P, Wilson
14,083, The same places in 1008 gave
Hrynn 0,705, Tart 17,1177.
ST. PAUL. Nov. 5. Wilson is
leading in Mitiitncsota accordig to
the returns up to ten o'clock. Forty
seven precincts out of 3.962 in the
State gave Taft 1092, Wilson 1652,
GRAND FORKS, Nov. 5. At ten
o'clock tonight the indications were
that Wilson carried North Dakota.
Taft and Roosevelt arc running close
together but arc far behind the De
mocratic candidate. The Republican
state ticket, headed by Congressman
L. II. Hanna, for Governor, probably
won the election by a safe margin
ATLANTA, Nov. 5.-Incomplete re
turns from eleven towns and counties
give Wilson 3.755, Roosevelt 1,012,
DKNVKR, Nov. 5. -.Meager, returns
received at 10:15 o'clock tonight from
37S meeiliets in thirty nullities, liiclud
log 174 in Denver, indicate. Wll'nii car
ried the tate by 11 suhstantlnl plur
allty, Th reports on straight ballots
Uivo Wilson 22,801, Taft l'l,30, Roose
velt 15,355, Figured 011 estimated total
vote of 270,000 III tho state, Colorado
should give Wilson a plurality of about
40,000. Partial returns from the city
of Denver indicate th statewide pro
Idbltion amendment was ibiclsiveJy de
SIOUX FALLS, Nov, 5,-Hlow re
turn from selitlered precinct in Mouth
Dakota indicate RodseVelt carried tho
state by n sinnl! plurality. Returns
from 175 out of 1,053 precincts glvo
Wilson fi,882, Roosevelt 8,214, with
llyrnc, Republican)1 nnd Johnson, Demo
crat, for Governor, running practically
SEATTLE, Wash., Noy. 5.-Sixly
eight out of 1903 precincts give Taft
2887, Wilson 3500, Roosevelt 5299.
PORTLAND. 'Ore.. Nov. 5. The
Oregon Progressive State Chairman
claims the stated for Roosevelt by
45,000, and tle .whpjc st.itc, ticket,
1 nc ucmocrats concede mat Koosc
vclt will carry the state but claim
the election for Governor.
PORTLAND. Nov. 5. Returns
from all parts of the State indicate
Wilson carried Oregon, Roosevelt
second,' "Taft'r. third:.'.' Woman's Suff
rage won tu Multnomah county.
Single tax was defeated in nil sec
DES MOINES, Iowa, Xim 5.-r-
Early returns from scattered ore-
ciiicts show Taft is polling about
one third of his vote of 1908. Wil
son has almost the entire Demo
cratic vote in the State and Roose-
clt is getting votes front each.
Roosevelt is well m the lead vu re
turns received up to 9 p. in.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Noy. 5.
Scattered returns coming in from
different oam of the state . indiqate
the Wilson majority will be large
and that the Democrats elect the
congressmen frrnn all seven districts.
Admission and Clalmi.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 5. The
Washington Times, Frank A Mum
lev's tiancr was one of the first to
concede Wilson's election "by a trc
NEW YORK, Nov. 5. Dixon 01
the Progressive party shortly before
ten o'clock tonight claimed. Illinois,
Vermont, Michigan, lAinsylvanin
and lown for Roosevelt.
CHICAGO, Nov. 5At 9 o'clock
Medill McCormick in charge of the
Progressive headquarters claimed
Illinois, Michigan, lown and Wis
consin for Roosevelt.
All Democratic nominees in Tex
as arc elected. Ins the Missouri
Fifteenth District, Decker, Democrat
is elected. In the Pennsylvania
Thirteenth district, Rotlicrmel, De
mocrat is re-elected.
All Democratic nominees elected
to Congress in Georgia.
In Alabama, Mississippi and Ar
kansas all tin- Democratic nominees
Fight hundred anil sixty six votes
were polled in Prcscott 430 in the
north precinct aitd 436 in the south
precinct out of a total registration
of 1160. The figures given in the
tabic of returns showed the count
at I o'clock this morning in the
North precinct, the count being
completed in the Soiitlf precinct at
3:30 a. m.
SPARTANlll'RG, S. C, Nov 5
It was discovered earlv this morning
that the ballots for the election had
been either destroyed or concealed.
Every printing press in town was
put to work and the ballots were
ready in time for opening the polls.
Mining loratlou notices ror slf
the .lour nsl-Mlner ofllru,
Bones of White Man Dug
From Trench Being
Cut by Laborer
While digging a trench on Reach
MADE ON BEACH
avenue in West Prescott on Monday
morning, Newton Morrcll, an em
ploye of vthc city water department "
unearthed '-'the skeleton of what ap
pears to have been n white man, and
whose burial took place over fifty
years ago, or before Prcscott was
founded. Hie discovery created
much interest, the grave being locat
ed on the main traveled highway
and in close proximity to n resi
dence, at a shallow depth. An inves
tigition made of the remains by Dr.
J. If. lllainc, the dentist, revealed
tltD . interesting condition according
to the teeth imbedded in the jaw
bone; that the man could not have
'been over forty years of age,
1 Ojliep investigations made showed
(halt, the rings around the teeth in- '
dicaVcd " lliar the deceased had at
some time in life been afflicted with
a severe attack of measles, if in ,
fact, it was not this affliction that
proved fntal. The frame was of mas
sive ''proportions, which dispels any
idea tliaf the man was of nrcbistorio'"
progeny. .After being questioned1
several pioneers residing in the cjty
since it was first settled in 1863, arc
unable to recall aiiy burial over tak
iug place in that locality, and it if
the supposition that the man may ,
have been done away with and the , ,
body secreted nt n point where the
least trace of his fate would be
known, as was desired. Nothing
whatever of a personal nature was 1
found among the remains, which
also adds to the mystery associated
with "the gruesome discovery.
After patiently suffering for nearly .
two years, the affliction of Fred N.
Kesslcr called him hence on Sunday
at the home of his mother in Napa,
Cab, was the sad tidings received
in this city on Monday night. Of
excentional capability and a genial
personality, the passing away of this
former resident will be teamed of
with expressions of the deepest re
gret. In addition to his popularity,
he was also rco-anlcd as one of the
most competent accountant, filling
a position of responsibility id the
fi eight offices of the S. F. P. & P.
railway in this city that gave him
a rating as without a peer. For
twenty-seven years lie had been in
the acocuiiting department of the
Santa Fe system, which reflects tho
high class capability lie enjoyed in
his profession. lie was agnt 41
years, and besides a mother he leav
es a wife and daughter in this city,
to whom the tender sympathy of all
is extended in their bereavement. I Io
wa s a native of.Toprkn, Kansas, am!
Iil burial will take place itv Nn'pa.
Read the Jotirnal-Mincr.