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I RESULT OF ELECTIONS
III FORTY-TWO STATES
H New York, Pennsylvania and Massa-
M chusetts Remain In Republican
m Column Democrats Have Usual
M Majorities In South.
M Elections were held Tuesday In for-
M ty-two states, mid whllo tlio results In
H a number of Instnncos wero of un-
M usual Interest, It may bo Bald that
m gcnernly speaking, there wcro no
M great surprises.
M Throughout the south tlio Demo-
M crntlc state and congressional tickets
M havo been elected by the URiial inn
M joritlos. In tlio went and cast tho
fl states that wore aligned two years
M ago in tho Democratic or Republican
fl columns show no mnterlal change, tho
M Dcmocrnts making gains In soma In-
fl stances und tho He)ubllcans retain
M control of congress by n good inn-
fl Porhnps tho widest geiioral Interest
B In tlio elections centered In the re-
M niarknblu light for governor which hns
1 been waged In New York statu bo-
M tween Charles E. Hughes, tho Repub-
1 llcan cnndldnte, who throughout tho
M campaign has bad tho support of
1 President Hoosovelt, and William
1 Randolph Hearst, who has been run-
M nlng as tho regular Democratic nnd
H Indcpcndcnco League nominee. Mr.
M j Hughes, whllo losing nearly all of tho
m principal cities of tho state, wns sue-
H i ccsiiful by about ('.0,00(1 plurality. Tho
B I rural districts brought about tho Ro-
M publican victory.
M In New York City, tho Tammany
Km Hall-Indepcndcnco Lenguo judiciary
M ticket wns successful, with possibly
H ono exception, over tho candidates
fl ' named by tho non-pnrtlsnn 'Judiciary
M ' nominators."
B ' Massachusetts has re-elected Curtis
M Guild, Republican, as governor over
M District Attornoy John U. Mornn of
H Boston, who wns tho candidate of tho
M ' Democratic party, tho Independence
M i League nnd tlio Prohibitionists.
B In Chicago tho Independence
H , League ticket polled 40,000 votes, but
M i there was a heavy Republican plu-
M i rnllty for tho state ofllcors.
M i Pennsylvania has clcctod Stuart,
m Republican, governor over a fusion
1 opposition by tho usual Republican
B Michigan, Iowa, New Hampshire,
H North Dakota, Connecticut, Indiana
H und Wisconsin have rolled up Repub-
M publican pluralities, although tlicro
B i was somo falling off from tho usual
M vote In Iown. In Minnesota, Governor
B , Johnson, Dcmocrnt, wns ro-olccted by
B I tho largest majority ever given n
m Democrat In tho stato.
M Nobraskn shows big Republican
B ! gains. Ohio also shows Republican
B ' gains over tho I'attlson vote of Inst
M i year. Tho Republicans expect n plu
H rnllty of 75,000 in tho state.
M Tho constitution of tho now Btatoof
M Oklahoma will bo written by Domo-
M crnts. Tho Indians voted tho Demo
M crntlc ticket almost solidly. Okln-
B ' honia nlso went strongly Democratic
M ' In choosing delegates to tho constitii-
M tlonnl convention.
M Governor lloch is probably re-elect-
M cd In Kansas by a greatly reduced inn
B In Missouri tho Democrats regained
m somo of tho congressional districts
fl they lost two years ago.
M Congressman Nicholas Longworth
H wns re-elected In Clnclnnntl.
H Congressman .1. W. Wndsworlh, for
fl many years chnlrmnn of tho house
B committee on agriculture nt Washing-
H ton, wns defeated In the Thlrt -fourth
H Now York district.
H Montana wns cnrrlcd by tho Repub
1 Means, and Texas takes Its usual
M place In tho Democratic column.
H In Rbodo Island, James K. Hlgglns,
B Democrat, wns elected governor.
M Joint statehood for Now Mexico nnd
M Arizona Is defeated In Arizona, which
M defeats the proposition.
H Tho Republicans were victorious in
M Guild of Massachusetts Re-elected.
M Boston. -Tho Republicans wcro vie-
H tors In tho stnto election on Tuesday,
H Governor Guild being ro-olected by n
B ( considerably Increased plurality ovor
H , Inst year, whllo his opponent, District
M Attornoy John 11. Mornn of Boston,
B . tho cnndldnto of the Democratic nnd
H Prohibition party nnd tho Indopcnd
M enco leagtio, received n somewhat
H larger voto than that given tho Demo
H cratlc cnndldnto n year ago. Tho leg-
H lslnturo Is strongly Republican.
B Montanans Vote Republican Ticket.
H Holcnn, Mont. Ileturns from nil
M sections of tho stnto are Incomplete,
H but they Indlcato tho election or Pray,
H nopubllcnn, to congress, by prolmbly
H 1,500. Ileturns nro vory slow on tho
H leglslntlvo ticket, but tlio indications
H nro tlio Republicans will hnvo a ma-
H jorlty on Joint ballot. Smith, Uopubll
H can, Is elected assoclnto Justlco by
H probably 5,000.
Hl Wyomlnu Republican.
H Cheyenno. Tho entire Republican
B, ticket, bended by Governor Bj-ooks,
Hs. has been olected by majorities of not
B less than 2,000. Tho Republicans nlso
H v elect tho inembcre of congress nnd tho
-, legislature which will elect a United
BV States senator,
FARMER'S SOU SOLVES
DREAM OF INVENTORS
Takes Electricity From the Air to Fur
nish Power for a Practical Motor
Secret Sought for Years by In
ventors. New York. South Dnkoln cities nro
supplied with clecfrlc lights, tho
oower for which Is generated by arte
slan wells; farm muchliu-ry Is run by
aiotors, and turbine wheels operated
By tho gushing wells between tho Mis
souri nnd Jnmes rivers, but It has also
been left to n South Dakota farmer to
discover that enough electricity may
bo taken from tho air nbovo tho buttes
to furnish tho power which will run
electric lights, thrashing machine
and water pumps.
Such n discovery Is one of tho mar
vels of thp olcetilcal world and n
dream of Inventors for decades, hut
John II. Strauhnn, son or a well-to-do
farmer near Miller, S. D hnH nindo
tho discovery, and from Sully buttes
may be seen a number of tandem box
kites, whllo half way to tho earth on
a No. -1 copper wire, hangs a strango
whlto box tho slzo of n beehive.
From tho copper wires which de
scend from this box1 enough electrical
enorgy Is secured to run tho motors
with which tho Strnnhan homo Is
lighted, n feed grinder and threshing
ninchlno operated, and a big electrical
pump which pours water Into irrigat
NO ICE TRUST.
So Says Special Commissioner Investi
gating Kansas City Case.
Kansas City. No Ico trust exists In
Kansas City, according to an opinion
tiled In tho circuit court nt Independ
ence by W. S. Flournoy, appointed spo
clal commissioner to bear tho evi
dence In an Investigation brought Inst
July agnlnst eight local concerns,
which, It wns charged, bad formed n
combination or agreement to control
tho supply nnd price of Ico contrary to
tho anti-trust Inws.
I, K. Imbrcll, tho prosecuting attor
ney who pushed tho cases, said:
"Wo nro of the same opinion still
concerning tho oxlstcnco of nu Ice
trust in Kansas City. Kxcoptlons to
Mr. Klournoy's opinion will bo tiled."
MURDER CAUSED BY DRINK.
Oregon Electrical Engineer Principal
In Terrible Double Tragedy.
Snlom, Ore. Bon Gholson, night
watchman and bolpor in n local livery
stable, was shot and Idled Saturday
morning by Victor K. D'Annn, an engl
nocr nnd surveyor In tho employ of nn
electric company, who had been drink'
Ing henvlly. D'Annn Med tho city, fol
lowed by several officers. O'Annn elud
ed bis pursuers nnd went to tho farm
of tho stnto nsylum for tho Insano,
six miles from tho city, whoro ho tele
phoned to n friend In this city nnd
I then calmly wont out behind n near-by
woodpllo and blow out bis brains with
1 tho snmo rovolvor with which ho hnd
GOER RAIDERS ARE RODDERS.
Intimidate Farmers and Capture Trad
ers on the Orange River.
Capetown. Advices received horo
from Uplngton, on tho Ornngo river,
say tho Boer raider Forrolrn nnd his
followers continue to Intlmldato tho
farmers or that region nnd hnvo enp
Hired somo traders and a few other
persons. The rntdors woro eighty
miles north or Uplngton Saturday
when they woro reported elovon
stroug and accompanied by n number
or nrmod natives.
SENT INTO EXILE.
Russians Are Severely Punished for
Odessa. According to ndvlces ro
colved hero from YokaterlnoBlav and
I Kishinev, 101 men wero sent Into ox
llo for minor political offenses. Local
1 governors nro dismissing olllclals for
I refusing to leave tho rnnkB of tho
Constitutional Democratic pnrty, and
nro promising promotion, with tho nl
tcrnntlvo of banishment, If tho of-
I llclals will attach themselves to par
ties friendly to tho government.
Castro Able to Be Out.
Washington. American Mlnlstor
Russell, in n mall roport from Cnrncas
dated October 1, states that Prosldont
Castro of Venezuela had appeared In
public nnd bud benn driven about tho
city to dissipate tho Impression that
ho was physically Incnpnblo of con
ducting tho government. Minister
Russell ndds that whllo tho president
appeared emaciated, his condition was
not such nB to warrant thp idea that
ho could not administer his olllco.
Was Converted by Terrorists.
St. Petersburg. Tho man named
8choktor, who throw tho bomb at Po
lice Cnptaln Sniusonoff of Blnlystok,
ono of tlio ' mrlstlc acts precipitat
ing tho Jowbh .iinssacro thorn, wns
souvlcted nnd sentenced td ton yenrn
at bard labor. Tho prlsonor, who Is a
niero youth, tostllled Hint ho entered
tho terrorist organization as a spy nt
tho Instance of tho pollco In 1901 and
served tho pollco faithfully for two
years, but finally became converted to
ONLY SILVER IS
Director of U. S. Mints Says
This Year's Output Will
be Record Breaker.
No Gold Is Being Coined at Present,
But All the Mints Are Coining the
White Metal Total Coinage
for the Year Will Reach
Sum of $200,000,000.
Salt Lake City. "Kvery mint in tho
United States with tho exception of n
portion or tho Philadelphia mint, Is
coining sliver hair dollars, quarters
and dimes at present nnd this will
continue for at least tbreo months
more," said George K. Roberts, direc
tor of United Slates mints, In nu in
"There Is an unprecedented demand
for silver money of thoso denomina
tions throughout tlio country at pres
ent that the government cannot begin
to copo with.
"Silver Is high and Is going to go
higher," declared Mr. Roberts. "It
will reach SO before It stops and I bo
llovo thnt within two years It will go
to 7G. It Is 71 nnd a littlo more at
present. A part of tho mint nt Phila
delphia Is working with copper and
nickel nt present, but outsldo this
every mint in the country Is working
night nnd day on silver half dollnrs,
quarters nnd dimes. No gold Is being
coined nt present nnd none will bo for
tbreo months. Tho total colnngo for
tho year will vun very high, possibly
Asked why paper money of $1 nnd
$2 bill denominations nro not inoro
generally circulated In the west, Mr.
"Tho principal reason Is that west
ern bankers mid others sending east
for money, if they ask for paper
money, must pay the express charges
on It. If they order silver the govern
ment pays the charges. This Is tho
secret of tho Immense circulation of
silver In your own state nnd other
KILLED IN HIS HOME.
Criminals Are Murdering Pittsburg
Citizens Almost Dally.
Pittsburg. Henry Firth Smith, tho
2G-year-old son of Joseph Smith, n
wealthy business man, wns shot twice
and almost Instantly killed early Sun
day morning by a burglar whom ho
surprised In the dining room of his
futher's residence In the east end.
Tho crime following littlo more than
n week after the murder of James A.
McMillan, another wealthy business
man of this section, together with n
number of hold-ups by highwaymen
during tho past fortnight, hns nrousod
the city and a demand for 150 addi
tional policemen to suppress tho wnvo
of crlmo has been made by tho citizens.
Measures Taken to Prevent the Peo
ple From Taking Part In Elections.
Odessn. All tho electoral commit
tees In this city nnd In tho provinces
hnvo been suppressed nnd their func
tions havo been transferred to tho
town councils. Tho arrangements
mndo by theso committees have been
cancelled nnd their official postors
havo been removed from tho walls of
Odessa by tho pollco. Theso meas
ures, which nro intended to prevent
tlio mnss of the peoplo from taking
pnrt In tho campaign for tho election
of tnombors to tho lower bouse or par-
Illnment, hnvo produced a painful Im
D6NT WANT HINDOOS.
Canadian Government Enters Strong
Protest Against Their Immigration.
Vancouver, B. C. In addition to tho
largo number of Hindoos now In Brit
ish Columbia, 800 rnoro aro on route.
Already strong protests havo been
mndo from British Columbia to Otta
wa against tho arrivals of this class
of Immigrants, who nro considered
inoro objectionable than tho Chlneso
from n lnbor standpoint, nnd who fur
thermore inuv becomo a charge upon
Two More Victims Found.
Long Beach, Col.-Two more vic
tims havo been ndded to tho death
roll or tho disaster in tho collapse ot
tho Hotel Blxby. The body or tho un
identified man recovered Into Sntur
dny night hns been round to bo that
ot Fred Collins, n tlio layer, residing
on American avonue, I ong Bench. Tho
body or William F. W. Folker, a car
penter or Long Beach, 40 years old,
was taken from the ruins Sunday
morning. Ho had ovidently been In
stantly killed by tho great mass of
Iron nnd inortnr that crushed down
Want Work Done at Home.
Rome. A committee from tho city
of Torol has come to Romo to protest
against tho placing of nn order for
armor pinto for nn Italian man-of-war
with tho Mldvalo Stool company, of
Pennsylvania, and has been received
by Promlor Glollttl. Tho premier ox
plained that tho government was de
sirous of protecting mid favoring na
tional production; but not ngulnst the
Interest of tho stnto, and that nntlonnl
production must bo nut In condition
to stand foreign competition.
lilG BU1L0JHG CRASHES
001 WITHOUT WARNING
Nine Men Are Killed by the Collapse
of New Hotel Being Constructed
at Los Angeles.
Long Beach, Cat. With no warning
save tho cries of tho workmen who
first felt the floors sag beneath their
foot, live stories or tho central wing
of tho new $750,000 Blxby hotel col
lapsed Friday morning, carrying nlno
men to death In the tons of tangled
wreckage. About 150 artisans and la
borers were scattered through tho
structure at the moment It fell, and
of these nearly a hundred were car
ried down In the ruins,
Seven bodies have been recovered
from the mass ot debris In the base
ment and ono of the Injured died nt
the Long Beach hospital. The last two
victims wero found ot 8 o'clock Friday
evening. Nino Injured workmen nre
being cared for at tho hospital, but It
is believed that all will recover. All
ot the men on tho contractor's rolls
nre accounted for savo one, supposed
to bo still In tho ruins.
Conflicting causes arc assigned for
the collnpso of tho central wing, and
to Investigate the disaster a commis
sion or architects nnd engineers tins
NERVY ROBBER HOLDS UP TRAIN
Attempts to Make Rich Haul Single
Handed, But is Outwitted by Porter.
Kansas City. A lone robber, heav
ily armed, boarded the rear sleeper or
eastbound California Limited train on
tho Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific,
known as No. 14, between Slater and
Glnsgow, Mo., at 11:58 Friday night,
robbed three passengers and escaped
In tho dnrknesB. According to tho
local officers of the Pullman company,
tho robber secured but JOG. Tho rob
ber, who Is described as being tall
and wearing a long black overcoat
and a mask, boarded tho train at
Slater. When tho train hnd gained
headway he entered tho sleeper, un
observation car. Ho encountered tho
Pullman conductor, n flagman and a
Lovoling two rovolvers' at tlio trio
of trainmen, the robber commanded
thctn to proceed ahead of him and
wako up tho passengers. As his com
maud wns carried out, tho robber,
rorclng tho conductor, porter nnd Mag
mnn nhend ot him, secured what
booty ho could In his hurried march
through the car. When ho had
reached tho trout end of tho car ho
started for tho second Pullman. Tho
porter, howover, had managed to get
far enough ahead of the others to
make a dash for tho second car and
slammed and locked tho door In tho
laco of the robbor.
Tho train then was nt u point about
ono nillo from Glasgow. Realizing
that ho could proceed no further with
his work the .robbor pulled tho nlr
rope. Whllo tho train wns slacken
ing its rpced ho Jumped off and disap
peared In tho darkness.
Have No Cause to be Cast Down,
Lincoln. Neb. Commenting on tho
result of Tuesday's election William
J. Bryan gots considerable satisfac
tion In viewing tho outcomo rrom n
Democratic standpoint. Ho regrets
tho defent of W. R. Hearst In New
York, but cannot so" wherein Presi
dent Roosovelt can find any comfort
In tho voto of tho empire Btate. Mr.
Bryan says tho president's porsonal
nttnek on Mr. Henrst was In very bad
taste, and bo Insists thnt tho nttack
did not favorably Impress tho public.
Particularly gratifying to tho Demo
cratic heart, says Mr. Bryan. Is tho
return of Missouri to tho fold.
Insane Greed for Money.
Bnden-Bnden, Gormnny. Karl I Inn.
allan Stnu, the lawyor of, Washington,
D. C, who wns arrested In London
and held Tor extradition, Is wanted by
tho locnl pollco on tho chargo of mur
rlorlng his wlfo's mother, Fran Moll
tor. Tho motlvo or tho alleged crlmo
appears t-i have been liiinne gieod
or money. Fran Mnlltor. who was
wealthy, revised many times to com
ply with Hnu's requests Tor monoy,
hnvlng given her daughter a consid
erable dowry nnd arranged that sho
should inherit part or her rortuno.
Nine Hundred Per Cent Dividend.
Now York. Tho directors of tho
Stato bank of this city on Friday de
clared a dividend or 900 per cent, pny
ablo In cash, on tho bank's capitaliza
tion ot flOO.000. Tho directors also
declared tho usual seinlannunl divi
dend or 10 por cent. The largo sur
plus tho Vn' amassed bocamo un
wieldy, b-'enuso ot Its smnll capitali
zation, nnd In ordor to obvlnto this tho
directors decided to dlstrlbuto tho sur
plus In tho rorm or n dividend.
Were Prepared for Robbers.
Colorado SprlngB, Colo. Rumors or
a bold plot to hold up a Crlpplo Creek
Sho't Lino train nnd rob tho express
car or thousands or dollnrs, nbout
noon Friday at Rosemont, twenty-ono
miles west of this city, created a sen
sation In locnl railroad circles. Tho
daring hold-up was not put Into oxo
cullou. but If tho nttompt had beon
mado thero would probably have been
n bloody battle botween tho robbors
and nrmed men concealed In the ex
Congressman Howell is Re
elected by a Plurality That
Will Exceed 15,000.
Republicans Make Clean Sweep of
State and Will Have Big Majority
In Legislature Americans Car
ry Salt Lake City, But Lose
Salt Lake City. Tho election Tues
day resulted In a veritable landslide
for the Republican party, which swept
everything In front of 1L Congress
man Howell wns re-elected by a plu
rnllty or nbout 15,000, while
Judge Flick Is elected assoclato Jus
tice, although ho did not receive nenr
ly so many votes ns tho congressman
Congressman Howell's plurality
over Judgo Powers at tho eloctlon ot
Tuesday will reach about 16,000, ap
proximately tho somo figures as In
1904, when President Roosovelt bead
ed tho Republican ticket. In that
election thero wcro over 101,000
votes cast In Utah. Or this number
Tarker for president received 35,413,
whllo Roosovelt received C2.44C. It Is
doubtful If tho total voto this year
will reach 75,000, which will bo dlvld
cd about as follows: Howell, 40,000;
Powers, 25,000; Weir, 10,000.
Two years ago Howell was given
C2.C75, Powers 37,445, Hllcs 6,700.
Tho seventh stato legislature of
Utah will consist very largely of Re
publicans. Tho state senato will bo
entirely Republican. Tho houso will
havo at tho outsldo not to oxcoed five
Democratic members out of tho forty
flvo. Tho Republican ticket cnrrlcd Salt
Lako county by a plurality ranging
from 1,500 to 2,000.
Tho Americans carried Salt Lako
City by pluralities varying from 945
for Weir to 1,592 for Pitt and 1,542 tor
'Tony" Jncobson, tho latter two lead
ing their ticket. Tho Democrats got
from 3,900 to 4,800 votes In tho city,
Judgo Powers loading his ticket with
a total voto of 4,811 In tho city.
As compared with tho voto In the
city last fall, tho Republicans got
2.8C2 moro votes thnn thoy gavo
Lynch for tnnyor; tho Democrats lost
2,989 as compared with tho voto for
Morris, and the Americans got 183
moro thnn wero recorded for Thomp
son. Ono pccullnr colncldonco Is that
Howell this year came within two
votes of tho total voto 'for Morris and
Lynch last year ono n Republican,
tho other a Democrat.
The Jerome of Weber County Goes
Down to Defeat.
Ogden. Tho election In Webei
county proved to bo a vorltablo land
slldo for tho Republicans, who elected
every man on tbolr ticket by majori
ties ranging from 1,000 to 2,000. Judgo
Howell, for congress, received n ma
jority of 1,433 ovor Orlando W. Pow
ers In thirty districts out of tho forty
one. Joseph 13. Frlck had a similar
majority over J. W. N. Whltccotton
for tho supreme bench. Locnlly, a. A.
Sebrlng, for sheriff, headed his ticket
with moro than 2,000 majority oyer
Uclnnp, Democrat. J. D, Skecn, Dem
ocratic and Labor nomlneo for county
nttornoy, wns defeated by N. J. Har
ris, Republican, by moro than 1,000
votes. Mr. Skecn hendod his ticket,
receiving 1,012 votes In tho city of Og
den, nnd 452 In twelve districts out
sldo or tho city.
NEGRO TROOPS DISBANDED.
Whole Battalion Disgraced for Riot
Washington. Unprecedented In the
history or tho army ot tho United
States Is tho action or tbo president,
Just announced, In dismissing In dls
graco from tbo nrmy nn ontlro bat
talion of negro troops becauso of their
falluro to dlscloso tho Identity of some
of tholr number who had been guilty
of violence anil murdor. As an ovl
3enco, howover, of his Intention to bo
fair to tho colored troops, tho presi
dent hns accompanied this notion by
an order which may amount to the
courtmartlnl or a whlto nrmy ofllcoi
of high grndo who was cbargod with
having east slurs upon tho colored
This Is tho outcomo or the riotous
conduct of negro troopors at Browns
ville, Texas, in August, which resultod
In tho death ot ono citizen nnd tho
wounding or rinotbor in tho city ot
Brownsville, members ot tho colored
troops being ehnrgod with tho crlmo.
PRESIDENT WAS PLEASED.
With a Party of Friends He Received
Washington. Prosldont Rooscvolt
was decidedly Interested nnd grntlflod
In tho returns. Ho returned from
Oyster Bay, whoro ho went to voto,
shortly after 0 o'clock. Arangoments
hud been made to supply tho White
Houso with election returns and the
prebldent Invited Secretary Root, As
sistant Secretary Bacon, Secretary,
I.oeb and District Attoinoy Cooloy to
be bis guost during tho evening.
, ' WINS OUT IN IDAHO
Entire State Tcket Elected by Re
publicans, While Legislature Will
be In Line With Administration. (
Boise, Ida. TjiiCmaJdrUy for Gov-
crnor Gooding In tho stnto stands nt x
"ab'ouf '7,6Tn"ThsmithlBasinno Iran""
with tho rest,oftho stato ticket, but
in the' ' Jofitiiwest ' hor ra'n ' Wo'l'mi.1 In
this (Adn) county ho lost by 500,
whllo French c-arrlcd tho county by
737. It Is posslblo that tho majority
on tho stato ticket will run 5,000
moro than the governor. Lansdon for
secretary of state was badly cut In
somo of tho southorn counties, but
not enough to prevent bis election.
His opponent carried Ada county by
637. The stnto tlckot generally had
about 1,100, though the figures varied.
In Washington county Galloway beat
LnnBdon 800 nnd tho rest of tbo stato
ticket got 500, excepting Stocks
lager, who got 1,000.
Tho legislative situation stands 48
Republicans to 24 Democrats. The
Republicans have thirteen senators.
THE RESULT IN NEVADA.
Republicans Concede Victory for Dem
Reno, Nov. Ten precincts In Wa
shoe county give Bartlctt, Democrat,
for congress, 946; Smith, Republican,
809; Mitchell, Republican, for gov-
ornor, 700; Sparks, Democrat, 1,190.
Three-fourths of tho total voto la
Goldflold gives Smith, Republican, for
congress, 276; nartlett, 533; Jnrdlno.
Soclnllst, 119; Sparks, 683; Mltcholl.
294; Casey, Socialist, 97. Twenty
threo precincts In eastern Nevndn
glvo Bartlctt, 603; Smith, 633; Sparks,
732; Mitchell, 525. Republicans con
codo victory for cntlro stato tlckot,
with posslblo exception of secretory
of state, comptroler, siuicrlntondontof
school and stato printer. Tho legisla
ture will bo divided, but a majority of
tho holdover stato senators will bo Republican.
MAKE-UP OF NEXT HOUSE.
Republicans Have 223 Congressmen
Against 163 for Democrats.
Chicago. It is now conceded that
tho Republicans havo elected 223 con
gressmen, and tho Democrats 163, as
follows: Kop. Dem. .
Colorado 3 . . .
Connecticut 5 .. f
Delawaro 1 .. T
Illinois 19 G
Indiana 9 ,4
Iowa 10 1
Kentucky 4 ' T
Mnryland 3 &
Massachusetts 1 3'
Minnesota 8 1
Missouri 4 12
Nebraska 5 1 '
Now Hampshlro 2 -..-..
Now Jersey 6 4
Now York 25 12
North Carolina 10'
North Dakota 2
Ohli 17 4
Pennsylvania 26 6
Rhodo Island 1 1
South Carolina T
South Dnkotn 2
Tcuncssco 2 S
Tcxns 1C .
Utah 1 .. . i
Vermont 2 . . '
Virginia 1 9-
Wnshlngton 3 ..
Wost Virginia 5
Wisconsin 9 2
Totals 223 103
DIDN'T THINK SHE VVOULD DO IT.
Count Bonl Wants to Make Up With
His Rich American Wife.
Paris. In splto or tho stntomenta
mndo by Maltro CruppI In tho oponlng
nddross of the enso or Countess do
Cnstollano (wno was Anna Gould of
Now York) for dlvorco from her hus
band, Count Bonl do Ca3tollano, thnt
thoro wns not tho ralntoat possibility
of n reconciliation, It Is by no mean?.
cnrtnln that tho count -has abandoned
hopo of such nn outcomo. His con
duct silica tho suit bogun appears to
havo bdon based upon tho bollof thnt
his wlfo must yield In tho end. This
theory will oxplaln tho count's rorusn)
of ltbornl offers of a lira Incnmo. It
Is also disclosed that tho count novor
coased writing letters to his wlfo In
which ho begged for n reconciliation
and in which ho nnatbomatlzod tho
Amorlcnn Inwyors undor whoso Influ
ence ho ehnrgod sho wan acting.
General Stoessel, Defender of Port
Arthur, an Object of Charity.
London. A dlBpatch from St, Pet
ersburg to Router's Telesrnm agency
Tuesday says . Lieutenant Genoral
Stoossol, tho defender of Port Arthur.
Is In such financial utrnlts thnt' bo lias
nppllcd to n charltablo Institution tor
wounded soldiers for nsslBtnnco to ,
enable him to employ n servant. Tho .
ofllcors of the Institution nsked tho
gcnernl to produce a medical cortlfl
cato showing that his hoalth rcqulrou
tbo aeriicns of a servant.