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IfOODROW WILSON HAS
f , MAJORITY OF POPULAR TOTE !
bout Four Hundred Thousand Plurality
Over Republican Tieket
(New York, Nov. 10.?The total poplar
vote received in each of the
States 'by President iWilson and
harles E. Hughes, but based on infrmplete
reports and estimated, indicted
that the president received 403,12
more votes than Mr. Hughes. The
tates. Wilson. Hughes.
flabama 89,000 30.000
Tizona 29,641 19,363
rkansas 85,000 37,000
alifornia 466,269 462,838
joiorado i&s.zdY so,ho
(Connecticut 99,687 106,378
fceLaware 26,111 37,909
Krioiirfla 60,000 12,000
Borgia 109,200' 28,000
Kfe&o 68,000 54,500
Illinois 869,152 1,044,608
Indiana 333,466 339,437
B (owa 215,918 279,085
BEansas 315,000 277,000
Kentucky 219,000 193,000
Louisiana 68,000 9,000
Maine 64,148 69,491
m Maryland 133,211 113J73
Massachusetts . - 247,327 268,361
Michigan 237,114 308,122
(Minnesota 176,577 177,285
B&fvs'issippi 91,000 5,000
I Missouri 376,000 34o,000
Montana 80,927 54,608
Nebraska 98,323 75,081
Nevada 12,448 9,842
tf^w Hampshire. 42,905 42,723
5*ew Jersey .... 209,332 264,320
JMexico 34,545 33,251
New York 756,010 863,987
North. Carolina . 158,000 110,000
North Dakota .. .< 54,449 52,831
t>Mo 57S,000 496.720
Ibklihoma 140,000 110,000
Oregon 116,550 123,570
Pennsylvania ... 510,747 695,734
Rhode Island ... 39,353 44,159
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Hjcrth Carolina . b?,vvu j.,ow
Kouth Dakota ... 45,449 50,892 j
Bernessee 138,64* 97,553 j
Texas .... 228.000 58,0001
i:al 77,381 4S,94S
Bfermont 21,832 38,254
Virginia 60,107 21,132
^Washington .... 197,000 183,000
Hi tvest Virginia ... 139,013 141,432
Wisconsin. 194,000 220,000
Wyoming 25,617 19,998
mi Totals 8,563.713 8.160,401
"Ob, doctor, I nave sent for you,
certainly; still, I must confess that
Shave not the slightest faith in inod^^.jfnedical
BT^Well," said the doctor, "that doesn't
Btaatter^in -the least. Yon see, a mule
KZTnft'faith in the veterinary surgeon,
I and yet he cures him all the same."?
London Saturday Journal.
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GERMANS DEAL HEAVY BLOW
TO SLAYS ON EASTERN FRONT
Driving against the center of the
Ruscia'i line, on the eastern front,
German troops have gained possession
of the Russian nositions on a front of
about two and a half miles. The at
tacK, wmcn aiso resuuea in uie capture
of more than 3,000 prisoners, took
place in the district of Skrobowa,
twelve miles northeast of Baranovichi,
north of the Pinsk marshes, and where
only isolated fighting has occurred
lately. The Russians, Berlin also
says, lost twenty-seven machine guns
and twelve mine-throwers.
The success of the Germans is admitted,
by the Petrograd war office,
which announces that the Russians,
after stubborn resistance against seven
onslaughts, were finally compelled,
to fall back to their second line of i
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front to the Carpathians there has
been little fighting, according to tht
In Dobrudja the advance of the j
Russo-Rumanian forces southward j
continues and Petrograd records a
battle with Field Marshal Van Mackensen's
troops in the region of Tchernavoda,
recently abandoned by tho
Rumanians. At Tchernavoda is the
bridge of the railroad running between
Constanza and Busharest. and I
it is for this bridge the Russians and
Rumanians are fighting. Petro^rad
also announces -he oceupa io.n ol several
towns between Hirsova and
Tchernavoda. Berlin says there have
been no important changes in Dobrudja.
On the Transylvania-Rumania front
Archduke Charles has assumed the
offensive and pushed back the Rumanians.
In the Pedreal sector stubborn
fighting continues, with both the
Austro-Germans and the Rumanians
claiming progress. The Austrians
have almost completely recovered the
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tains November 4.
Several trench elements north of
the Somme near Les Boeffs and
Saillisel have been captured by the
French. Berlin states Franco-British I
attacks between Gueudecourt and!
Sailly were repulsed.
There has been much aerial fighting
on the western front. Berlin records
the destruction of seventeen Entente
aeroplanes, and Paris asserts
that ten German machines were
brought down. London admits that
seven British aircraft failed to return
to their base after fighting in the air.
In one of the fights a squadron of
thirty British aeroplaues and a German
squadron of between thirty and
forty were engaged.
Inclement -weather continues to,
hamper operations on a large scale in
the Macedonia and Austro-Italian
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OF PAPER MILL
IN THIS STATE
South Carolina State Press Association
Discusses Project and Appoints
' Committee on Paper Mill in the Palmetto
Columbia, Nov. 10.?'At a special
called meeting of the South Carolina
State Press Association, held at 2
o'clock this atfernoon, which was well
attended by editors from throughout
! the state, separate committees were
appointed to take up tie matter of
cooperate purchasing of print paper
direct from the mills and the advisability
of establishing a paper mill in
South Carolina for the manufacture of
print paper. The high cost of news
print paper and the probable shortage
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A letter was read from Mr. D. R. '
Coker, of the Coker paper mill at
Hartsville, stating that he was not in
position to take up the matter of the
manufacture of news print paper in I
connection with the situation in this
state just at this time.
The following committee was ap-:
pointed to look into the matter' of co-!
operative buying: A. B. Jordan, of
Dillon; T. M. Seawell of York; H. L.
Watso.n, of Greenwood; Allison Lee,
of Laurens, and F. C. Withers, of Co- !
The committee to 'look into the feas- !
ihilitv of psfahlishine: a Dlant in this
State is composed of J. L. Mims, of
Edgefield; E. H. Anil, of Newberry; j
Ed. H. DeCamp, of Gaffney; Izlar
Sims, of Orangeburg, and J. R. McGee, j
Immediately after the adjournment
of the association, this committee met
and authorized Mr. Mims, the chairman.
to secure what information he
could and to call a later meeting of
The president of the Georgia association.
who had been expected to be
present, was not able to attend.
Messages were received from "both
the Georgia and Xorth Carolina associations
looking towards co-operation
in the matter of purchasing direct
from^the mills. The tendency over
the south seems to be along the line
under discussion bv the South Carolina
editors this afternoon.
In regard to the matter of the es-1
tablishment of a mill, Mr. Sims, of
Orangeburg, said that he felt sure a j
large amount of stock could be raised j
in Orangeburg, and Mr. Hartwell M.
/Aiyer. of Flarenee, who took a prominent
Dart in the meeting, said that he
felt sure a site could be eecured in
Florence which would be suitable for
the purpose, which would be #iven by..
Ttorence if the mill should be located
There were other encouraging talks.
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