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"?-""I. ?Vi Taft. NT&.H. M. 1
Omah?, Nsb,. November 6?R*turns
received up to 10:1? to-night from
Omaha ana Lincoln and soatUrlug
?redacts show eiear plurallUe* tor
?vernor Wilton. Should the remain?
der of the State ahow tbe name results
the New Jersey Governor will have the
Nebraska electoral vote by a safe
Omans. Neb. November ??The poll* in
Nebraska closed at ? ?'sleek Aa there was
* els-root ballet return* wer* lau.
Concord. N. H, November A-Teft carried
Winter, th* first New Hampshire tews to
repvrt. Th* vote was; Roosevelt, Si Will as.
*?. Tart, te >T
Concord. N. H, November C?New Hamp?
shire was la doubt *t 1 ?'?took thU morale*.
President Tart aad * lead or lass than let
er?r Oeveraer Wilson st (hat bottr. Re?
turns bad bee a received from lea* then ane?
kelt ef th* let precinom la th* Stet*. Owl.
Jtoosevait'a vote was about eae-beu that ef
Newark, N. J., November ?V-_-~
Jeraey ha* given Wilson a plurality,
estimated at M.vvd to 46,000. ovsr
Rooaavslf. Returns at midaisnt show?
ed Taft third. Mia vots was less thaa
half of Wilson's
Th* heaviest vote ever east in ths
State aad a long ballot delayed the
count. Only 117 districts of ths State's
bad beea heard from at mid?
night. Taey gave Wilson ?,401; Taft.
8,?72; Roosevelt. 6JJ.J. Ten of th*
State's representatives to t&* Coa
gre** will be Democrats, two will be ,
Republicans. The Democrats gala three I
over their present representation, Wil- !
Ham Hughes, Democratic nominee,
likely will succeed Krank O. Briggs ,
a* United States Senator.
Whether the next President of the
State Senate, who will succeed Wil?
son as Governor, will bs a Democrat
w*s undetermined by early return*
Newark. N. J., November S.?a Dem?
ocratic administration will succeed
Governor Wilson la New Jersey. D*m
ocratp bavins sleeted four of New Jer?
sey* Stau Senators, thereby displac?
ing a Republican majority of on* with
a similar Democratic majority, which
will elect Wilson's successor as Gover?
Rome. N. Y.. November 5.?The city
of Rome gives: Wilson. 1,1*0; Taft, j
l.*32; Roosevelt, ?81. The same dis?
tricts la 1 ?0* gave Bryan. 1.98? Tal1.1
2,228. For Governor Rome gives: Sul
ser. Dsmocrat. 1.618. Hedges. Republi?
can, 1.112; Straus, Progressive, l,eil. i
Ths earns in 1*10 gave Dlx. Democrat, j
1,8??; Stlmson. Republican. 1.732.
Oyster Bay. November 5.?Colonel
Roosevelt carried Oyster Bay. his
bom* town, by a plurality of 282 over
Woodrow Wilson, the vote standing
Roosevelt. 510; Wilson. 218: Taft (7.
New Tork. November 5.?C A. Drls
coll. Dsmocrat, is elected in Forty -
second and Charles B Smith.- Demo-!
r. st. elected in the Forty-first Dls-j
Syracuse, N. T. November t.?Syracuse '
for tbe first time In th* history of th* dty
baa son* Democratic. WUaea carried U ay;
more than 1.000 plurality.
Buffalo. X. v.. N*vatfs*r a?Bettale city
i UUee, V. 5L L-Vtise ?I
KnM ri-iilir .Wiks _
tri?t7 TiaaeTny**?!!* tailleaa UlemlT^Fos^
tecata Distrlaf, Jetterso* ML Levy (Pee*.);
rifuesta, Dtotrtat; hUeAaal r.CwirtUa):
?llMtU District. Peter J- DooHag (DmlJ;
w?wl4wih District. John F. Oxrew (tahl;
Xtaitaasta District. FreskUs I ihit*, Jr..
(D*av)| I?MC/-?r.t DUtrUt, Unary (leer**,
Tweaty-alxth i>h*.llll ???**! ?*UUt
?aw Tora?Tweety-thlrd District, Joseph
A. O. Ooalds (Den*.), elected; Twesty
feurth District. W. a Ogleeby (Data, and
?no.), eieeted; Thirty-third District, Char 14*
. A Tmleott (Data.), sleeted.
! . **W Tork-JMAhtaanUi District. Thema? O.
1'?iivji viectn.), eieetads Twentieth Diet riot,
i K. U ilarriaoa (Dem.), eleoted; Fortieth
; Diatriot. Hebert Oiitlags (Dem.), re siaotad.
, NcW TethWTweaty acoesd District. JL A.
Oix?.haar (Dem.), elected.
? Special to The Timea-Dtspetoh. j
Raiaigh, N. C. November ?.??eyond
the known fact that North Carolina has
aivea bis; Democratic majorities fori
the national and Slat* Uokets la the!
general election and has renomlneted
Simmons for the United states Senate
over Kltohln and Clark In the sena?
torial primary, remarkably little detail
j of resulu are known her* to-night.
! lue uiia in the senatorial primary have
' been telegraphed in from counties to
the neglect In ? remarkable degree
of figure* as to general election votes,
beyond statements that Democratic
majorities are well maintained. Ia the
all-absorbing senatorial contest It
seems certain that Simmons is renom
' lnated by certainly 15.000 to 20,000 ma
I Jorlty. Us Is claiming It by 21.000 to
! 36.000. Returns indicate that Simmons |
j has received majorities in ail congrea- j
I slonal dlstrlots except the Fifth aad
' Second, and that he has a small plu
! rallty over his opponents In the Second,
! while In the Fifth Kltchln probably
I has 1.200 to 1.600 majority,
j At Kltchln headquarters to-night the
; statement is being mad* that returns
' are entirely too meagre yet to form any
I definite conclusion as to the real result.
' They do not concede the nomination
1 of Simmons. While State Dsmocratio
j headquarters received almost no *?*
1 tailed reports on the State election,
there are assurance* that Cralg get*
around 60.000 majority, and that Maares
! has probably polled a larger vote
1 among Republicans than Settle for
; Governor. All tea Democratic Con?
gressmen are returned by good ma- J
Jorltles. although the rot* polled is |
Raleigh. -V C. November t?With
small outside precincts to be heard from
Raleigh township, including this city, gives
Blc raona. SM: Kltchln. SM; Clark. ?M. In
! Wake County twenty-eight out of thirty'
1 eight precincts hive Simmons. 1.17?; Kltchln.
1.0*3; Clark. 0?
Spencer. X C November 5.?Out Of twen
ty-aeeen precinct* In Rowan County fifteen
give Kltchln. SM for United States Senate;
Simmon*. WO; Clark, St.
For sheriff. McKlazte (Dem.). J.SB; Dor
sett (Rep.). 1,84.
Raleigh. K. C. November a-Thlrty-Ove
count! *e reporting definitely en the sana
tcrtaJ primary give SImmea* 10.*? majority
over Kltchln aad Clark.
Colvmbus. O., November S.?Chalrmea
Caughetty says tha State of Ohio la Demo?
cratic by a t reman dens plurality.
Columbus. O.. November A?With returns
from scattered precincts In Ohio It Is be?
lieved that Wilson baa carried the State by
perhaps ISaASX and that Cos, Democratic
caedldstc fer Governor, is sleeted by as
even greater plurality
With this margin there is gas*** to be
?teve that Denmeamts have sleeted their
State ticket complete, aad have re elected
Electoral Vote for 1912, Based Upon
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fPoodrow Wilsons Birthplace
SM BlStSm xtV SSIPHIIB. ?*,
Mrs. Wilson and Her Three Daughters
tkeir eighteen erat of twenty-on* oM eea
gresaiona! district*, and probably added one
er two more beside*, carrying the new dis?
trict at large.
They also hare elected from anrface In?
dications a large majority In both houses of
the Assembly. One of the moat bitter fights
ws* far Congressman In the Twelfth Dis?
trict, where, from Indications. C. I* Braura
beagh (Dem.), indorsed by the Progresatvea.
has besten B. I* Taylor. Jr.. who has repre?
sented the district for six years.
Cincinnati. O . November (.?Woodrow Wil?
son was running ahead of President Taft
In the latter-* ova State when the first MO
precinct* of the 6.H1 In the State had been
received, the returns giving the Democratic
candidate n.Ot to iUh for Taft, and m?
Oklahoma City. Okla.. November (.-Birds
B. McOulre. regular Republican, is re-elected
to Congress by Increased majority, though
the district went for Wilson
Oklahoma City. November 5.?Wilson-Mar
sUall electors carry Oklahoma by a majority
estimated at ?.<M0. Senator Robert L Uvea
defeated his Republican opponent. Judge J.
B Dickarson, by a large majority. No Pro?
gressive electors wert placed en the ballot.
Oklahoma?W. B. Murray (Democrat).
Claude Weaver (Dem.). J. B. Thompson
(Dem.), elected. First District. Byrd Mc
Guire (Sep.). elected. j
Thirteenth Penacyivanla District?Rother-1
mal (Dem) Is re-elected. I
Philadelphia. November ?.?Wilson and
Roosevelt are running neck and neck in <
Pennsylvania. In Let* of *.*77 election dla
trtctj In the State outside of Philadelphia
Taft had *?.??> votes; Wilson, ?TUE. and
I? Philadelphia, with leas than half of
the returns In, Taft leads Wilson by 14,*?
and Roosevelt by II.*?.
RHODE ISLAND |
Pravfjdeaee. November a.?Returns from
West Oreeawich. the first town beard from
In this State, gave for President: Roosevelt.
** **?. 71 ? Wilsen. T. This town la lies.
gave Taft. US; Bryan. Ml
Columbia, S. C, November ??Early re
tons*, mostly from urban districts. Indicate
that the Democratic electoral ticket has
won by the usual majority. The Progressive
ticket see ma te be second.
Columbia. S. C. November (.?Woodrow
Wilssa aas carried South Carolina by a
majority ever both his opponents of shout
M.eet. All Democratic State and county offl
I are eleoted. >
Columbia B.' C November A?Partial re
tum? at It P. If from twenty-two out of
the forty-three counties, ?Ivo Wilson. 1,406;
Taft. 38t; Roosevelt, tU>
South Carolina?All Democratic lie III rate
tonal candidate* are elected.
I Nashville, Term., November 5-?Wll
' soft bas carried Tennessee by a lares
plurality, with Boossveit running see-i
NaahvlUe, Teno?, November 5.?Re?
turns are coming in slowly, bat show
I Wilson has carried the State by aa1
i overwhelming majority.
Teas*?All Democratic luugi east anal nomi
I aeea la Tessa era elected.
Delias,. Tex., November *.?aWtssae teal
cate that Wllaaa haa carried Texas by 170,
ese. The vote for Taft asd Seessvelt is
warty evenly divided.
Tbe Social let vote probably will rnstih
14,?*. an increase of to per cent ever Mat
Salt Lake City, November A?Scattering !
returns from SM of the 677 election districts!
! in Utah Indicate that Taft has carried the i
I state by a safe plurality, and that Oover
! nor William Spry (Rep.), bas been re-elect
I ed. Tbe distrlcu give Taft. ASH; Wilson.
J.US. Btttsvolt. 2.WX
White River Junction. Vt. November A?
Returns collected by tbe Republican State
Committee show the reealt la eleven cova
. tie* complete, out of fourteen in Vermont.
i aa follows: Roosevelt. 17.7B; Taft. MM
i Wilson. 15.77*.
j .White River Junction. Vt.. November 15.?
I President Tan carried Vermont to-day by!
Sfi votes. Complete re turn? abow the f*i
lowins result: Taft. 3.M7; Roosevelt. XZJO:
I W. VIRGINIA
Wheeling. W. V*_, November i ?In?
dications are that West Virginia has
Passed tbe amendment to the Stats
j Constitution prohibiting manufacture I
and sale of liquor by a very sub- j
stantial majority. j
Wheeling. W. Va. November s?Republi-?
can leaders is tbe State concede that Wit- ?
?or bas carried tbe ?t?te, bat they claim
hat the Repobllcana have elected Howard
Democrats concede the auction of Dr.
Katneld aa Governor of West Virsini? ??er
W. R. Thompson, Democrat. EoclalUta soil?
ed a large vote In the coal field* lAqaor
men admit the State has gone dry by a
Wheeling. W. Va. November ..-Thirty
two precinct* out of 1.(31 give Wilson. I.4M;
Taft, *tt; Roosevelt. MU.
In V*m they gave Bryan. 1,4*4, Taft, MS*.
Milwaukee, Wls.. November S.?Com?
plete returns from Milwaukee County
and scattered precincts throughout the
Btate indicate that Wilson has swept
Wisconsin by from 10.000 to 30,000
votes. The Democratic candidate car?
ried Milwaukee County over Taft by
close to 10.000. and meagre early re?
turns from up-State showed that Wil?
son was running even in strong Re?
publican districts. Roosevelt was run?
ning behind Taft.
Early reports Indicate a close race
between Karel. Democrat, and McGov
ern. Republican, for the governorship.
Wisconsin?Seventh District, John J. Esch
Bristol. Va, November 5.?Figures re?
ceived at both Ayers and Slemp head?
quarter* up to midnight give Stems
the victory In the Ninth District, Ac?
cording to estimates mads at Slemp
headquarter*, the Congressman Will
have a majority of more than 1.0*0 ip
the district, while figures received at
Democratic headquarters indicate that
his majority will probably not be less
The estimated and official majori?
ties by counties follow:
Slemp Bland. 10; Buchanan. 15.
Dlckenson, 7S; Smyth. 251; Tasewell.
460; Dee, tie); Wise, 354; Wythe. SI;
Ay era's majority la Bristol la 20?;
Pulaski. 200; Giles, ISO; Russell, C2;
The vote for Graham, the Progres?
sive, appear* to be light, and few fig?
ures on his rate have been received
to-night. No figures wer* reported
from the congressional district head?
quarters touching tho vote tor Presi?
RECORD MCROBR OOBVICTSO*.
New York, November 5.?A Jury,In
Brooklyn convicted George Bishop, a
negro chauffeur, of murder In the first
degree last night In less than three
week* from the time he killed Mm
Margaret Belt, an octogenarian, by
striking her skull with ? hammer.
Friday Justice Crane will sentence
Bishop to be electrocuted.
The prisoner was brought to justice
In what la said to be record time In
Kings County. His wife wsa fornaer
ly a maid employed by Mr*. BelL On
October It Bishop went to the Bell
home and demanded S5 from the aged
woman. His request refused, he At?
tached her and also seriously Injured
a maid who Interfered. He aa taped,
but was sweated a few hours later.
To-day a Jury was drawn In le*a than
aa hour and it deliberated lose than
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*f tbc ausmalen act regerdlag rtty
treasurers and commissioners of the
r?vinu? win bo attacked In the courts.
Ha objection will im made to the j
amendment referring tu forms of city I
government. This provide* that the!
General Assembly shall have power te!
grant te cities charters which pre- .
scribe forms of government different
from those now mandatory?for In
stance, by a bicameral council The !
end aimed at is commission govern- j
ment tor those cities which desire it
and which indicate by Mat votes ot ,
their citizens that they war.t it. i
The amendment regarding city com-'
missioners of the revenue would so
chanife the Constitution tuat ttaaaa
officials may be elected by the people- '
and be allowed to continue in office
indefinitely At present, they are elect
ed by the people under a.t of the j
j Legislature, but may nog}, succeed!
themael.es office. The Constitution
; provides that if appointed by the
! courts they may be eligible to reap
At present thr Constitution provides
that city treasurers may not serve!
longer than two successive terms, the!
reason for thU limitation being a de- j
sire to have these officials settle with ?
the public occasionally, when they go-.
out of office. I
These two amendments were voted >
on at the election In November. 1910,'
and defeated at the polls. In order;
that city treasurers and commissioners I
now in office might he enabled to be-|
come Candida lee for re-election next
year, the last Legislature re-sub?
mitted the amendments. The appeal to
the courts will be made on the ground
that the amendments were not ratified
by two successive Legislatures.
Xa moat of the cities and larger
towns* Richmond being a notable in?
stance, the advocates of the amend?
ments regarding city officials had re?
presentatives at each precinct, work?
ing hard ail day for ratification. In
addition, the party machinery was!
used in some places, the claim being;
made that the amendments were Demo?
cratic party measures. At some pre?
cincts?for instance. Second Jefferson
in Richmond?officers of election hand?
ed out fluide ballots along with offi?
cial tickets, showing '.he voter how to
cast his ballot for the amendments.
(Continued From First Page.)
with a party of friends around a bril
Iiantly illuminated dinner table when
the ejection returns began to come in,
earlier than was anticipated.
The first results the Governor got 1
Tha returns that **
and KsaMcky aJi fa*
th* party about Um
*d ita pleasure.
ranger, who la th*
guard, raad ? stack ad
ao happy that he as
If I'd get arrested If I
?uns. if it keeps up
have to just tura 'et
Captain McDonald* is a
of Colonel Roosevelt, but
The Oov.-rnor was net
dent, but when shown .th* ;
New York City be smiled,
posed to carry the city hp
order to win the Stats," h*
continued his dinner leisurely.
l'rln-efon. N J. November
Wilson in a speech te the st
? 1 have no feeling of tri]
L it of solemn responsibility,
great task that is ahead of as
n ho are associated with me. t
with pleading te you. the
stand behind me and te suj
near administration, and the
"Mistakes have been mad*, has
nflt been done malevolently. W*
a quier temper and quiet rata* hm
ar> s-olnt to do We most set tat
>llvert u*. We mutt have astet
yet be resolute of purpose. Bat
at! patiently, and yet hearts*
so*, be diverted. I am ?Incar
you. 1 hare a feeling that
just happened is which yon aeon
a great part In carrying forward
?? have atarted to-day.
"The esson of this elect tea
of responsibility. I hellere s
has triumphed for the A
Colonel Roosevelt** tel
by tha Governor at 13:3
tiovernor Wilson announced at
this morning that he was ayaiag
that he would not get ap aattt
^permit city treasurers and
ers of ths revenue to stra
selves. Two of tha city's
made no report last night ob
on constitutional amendment*.
The amendmenta. with tha
ular ballot, mad* th* oatu
slow, and the returns front tha
Precinct of Clay Ward
until long after midnight.
The live man sleeted to th*.
trative Board, who ware
of ths Democratic primary sg
ber 10, and who bad a*
yesterday, are as follows: M C.1
Robert Whittet. Jr.. Carlton
Henry P. Beck and John
by the sinking of the
Arena from Sfax, Tunis.
Usion with the Norwegian _
off the Island of Ala, en the