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Wednesday, Nov. 6,1912.
DO YOU KNOW
By William Shepherd.
LONDON, Nov. 6. —She's the
woman who built a home in the
midst of a cyclone, is Mrs. Mary
Wettln. For that reason she's
By cyclone I mean that tornado
of wealth, culture, frivolity, flat
tery, snobbery, pleasure, ambl
, tion, bitterness and joy that
whirls around a thorne. And by
home I don't mean a house, but
a home, a cyclone cellar of a
home, filled with love and kind
ness and peace and children.
Mrs. Mary Wettin Is the queen
of England. She has turned the
palaces of the king here at
times in the past hatred, fury and
all the evil passions, have ruled,
into peaceful, quiet homes.
It was like this:
Whenever England has am un
married prince of Wales running
around loose, a future king, it
seems to be the job of some five
hundred or a thousand people to
hunt around for a girl who will
make a good wife for him. It
doesn't make so much difference
whether she will love him or not,
or whether he will love her. But
, Bhe must come of royalty, her
past must be clean, she must be
healthy, for there must be other
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princes of Wales in the days to
come, and royal lines are matters
of human stock breeding.
About a third of a century ago,
down in Richmond, the eyes of
this mob of selectors fell on Mary.
Her father and mother, the duke
and duchess of Teck, were poor;
the family fortunes had almost
set. But Mary was sunshine
itself and she had health enough
for three girls.
And so she was selected to
marry the future prince of Wales,
whose name was Albert and who
was three years older than she.
They called him "Collars and
Cuffs." While she was waiting
to be old enough for marriage, he
was ruining his life in London,
and in 1892 he died.
Then the present king, being
the next oldest son of the king,
became the future prince of
Wales. The busy selectors didn't
make any search for a wife for
"If Mary was good enough for
Albert, she's good enough for
George," they declared.
They were married in July,
1893. Eleven months later a son
was born. They named him Ed
ward and today he is the prince
of Wales and undoubtedly the
five hundred or one thousand se
lectors are now looking for a
wife for him.
After that babies came regu
larly, six, altogether, in 11 years,
and Mary Wettin took them to
her heart and sheltered them
from the royal whirl of life just
as if she had married through a
love match and had lived in a
cottage. With every new baby
she became more and more a
mother. Society saw less and
less of her; her calls upon the
fashionable modistes became less
frequent. There was always a
corner in one of the huge royal
palaces which she set aside as
home, with all that home means.
When tho other royal ladies
called they found Mary Wettin
sewing clothes for the children
and acting just as if Mrs. Mary
Wettin was her only name. These
royal ladies might smoke other
wheres, if that was the fashion,
but they didn't smoke in the
They might leave their children
with the nursps and take their
royal entourages on long, royal
trips, but the children always
went with her when Mrs. Mary
When her husband became king
of England, and she the queen,
the children romped in their car
riage on the way home from the
pompom scenes in Westminster
abbey, because they hadn't been
able to stop laughing over since
they had seen Albert, their oldest
brother, a few minutes before,
walk down the aisle of the crowd
ed abbey in funny clothes and
bow very low before papa and
mamma, who sat on strange, high
seats, dressed in white fur.
State Dem. Rep. Prog.
Alabama .... 10 0 0
Arizona 1 0 0
Arkansas .... 7 0 0
California ... 1 5 0
Colorado .... 4 0 0
Connecticut ..5 0 0
Delaware ... 1 0 0
Florida 4 0 0
Georgia 12 0 0
Idaho 0 2 0
Illinois 20 6 1
Indiana 13 0 0
lowa 3 8 1
Kansas 1 7 0
Kentucky ... 9 1 1
Louisville ... 8 0 0
Maryland .... G 0 0
Maine 1 3 0
Massachusetts 7 9 0
Michigan 3 6 4
Minnesota ... 1 9 0
Mississippi ... 8 0 0
Missouri .... 15 1 0
Montana .... 2 0 0
Nebraska ... 5 1 0
Nevada 1 0 0
New Harap. ..1 1 0
New Jersey '.. 11 1 0
New Mexico .1 0 0
New York ... 31 12 0
N. Carolina ..10 0 0
North Dakota. 0 3 0
Ohio 19 3 0
Oklahoma ... 6 2 0
Oregon 0 1
Pennsylvania . 15 21 0
Rhode Island. 12 0
So. Carolina .7 0 0
South Dakota. 7 0 0
South Dakota .0 3 0
Tennessee ... 8 0 2
Texas 18 0 0
Utah 1 1 0
Vermont .... 0 2 0
Virginia 9 1 0
Washington .1 3 1
W. Virginia .51 0
Wisconsin ... 2 9 0
Wyoming .... 0 1 0
Totals ....294 125 16
(Bjr ITnited Press Leased Wire)
TOPEKA, Kan., Nov. 6.—Com
plete returae being received this
afternoon show that the race be
tween Doosevelt and Wilson Is
very close and the early indica
tions on the Incomplete returns of
a walkaway for the colonel are en
tirety upset. Roosevelt was lead-
Ing in 478 complete precincts by
only 1,864 and the democrats axe
claiming the state,
QrTIOP THE CUB SOME DAT, SCOOP, YOU'LL n "Unp"
OVsKJKJr BEPOQTETt GET YOUR FACE PUSHED IN " *>J Hl/1
WOOnitOW WILSOX AND THOMAS R. MARSHALL.
VOTE IN COUNTY
Second of Eighth—Taft, 66; Wilson, 115; Debs, 62; Roosevelt,
288. Hay, 7, r>; Lister, 217; Maley, 62; Hodge, 190.
Long Blanch —Taft, 7; Wilson, 25; Debs, 37; Roosevelt. 58.
Rep. in (.'engross, Johnson, 12; Mundy, 16; Aller, 36; Warburton,
63. Hay, 5; Lister, 47; Maley, 35; Hodge, 44. County treasurer,
Carr, 23; Johns, 16; Hoyt, 89; Lnnglow, 51. Prosecuting attorney,
Burmeister, 17; Fishburn, 16; Bone, 39; Dow, 56.
McMillan —Taft, 5; Wilson, 8; Debs, 8; Roosevelt, 43. Hay,
2; Lister, 19; Maley, 8; Hodge. 32. State senator, 25th district,
McNeely, 29; Herren, 8; Giirrett, 7; Cotter, 18. State rep., 35th
district, McQuesten, 6; McKinney , 51; Orion, 12; O'Farrell, 12;
Lingham, 78; Percival, 10; Bryant, 31; Sweet, 30. Sheriff, Long
mire, 10; Rhodes, 9; Burns, 8; .lamieson, 35. County clerk, Mc-
Kenzle, 7; Markoe, 8; Rave, 8; McFarland, 34. County treasurer,
Carr, 10; Johns, 10; White, 8; Lanßlow, 29. Prosecuting attorney,
Burmeister, 11; Flshburne, 7; Bone, 10; Dow, 30.
Eighth of Fourth —Hodge leads by 86, with 50 more votes to
Alderton —Rep., 18; dem., 36; soc, 4; pro., 28. Governor,
Hay, 19; Lister, 39; Hodge, 20. State senator, 35th district, Mc-
Neely, 9; Herren, 46; Cotter, 25.
Third of the First ward—Governor, Hay, 102; Lister, 219; Ma
ley, 13; Hodge, 101.
Second of the Seventh ward —Rep., 34; dem., 64; soc, 30; pro
hib., 9; pro., 133.
Sumner (incomplete)— Rep., 62; dem., 47; pro., 86. Hay, 70;
Lister, 63; Hodge, 61. State sen., 25th dist., McNeeley, 75; Her
ren, 38; Cotter, 92. Representative, 35th dist., Orton, 116.
Artondale —Rep., 14; dem., 19; soc, 23; prohib., 1; prog., 57.
Hay, 14; Lister, 80; Maley, 18; Hodge, 62. County treasurer, Carr,
23; Johns, 13; Hoyt, 23; Langlow, 54. Pros, atty., Burmeister, 11;
Fishburn, 13; Bone, 22; Dow, 67.
Ninth of the Fourth ward —Hodge plurality of 53 over Lister.
Lister plurality over Hay, 35. 413 votes cast.
Seventh of Fourth ward —Hodge has plurality of 50 over Lister.
Derringer—Rep., 24: dem., 13; soc, 20; soc. labor, 1; prog.,
29 Hay, 29; Lister, 17; Maley, 15; Hodge, 27. County treas.,
Carr, 24; Johns, 8; White, 19; Langlow, 30. Pros. atty.—Burmeis
ter, 23; Fishburne, 8; Bone, 18; Dow, 36.
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THE TACOMAI TIMES.
(By United Press Teased Wire.)
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 8. — As
late returns come In from Mis
souri today the pluralities of Wil
son and Major, the democratic
candidate for governor, are In
creased. Both have swept the
state by more than 50,000, carry-,
ing the entire democratic state
and local tickets with them.
The democrats also gained one
congressman from the state.
Champ Clark and all demo
cratic congressmen outside the
city of St. Louis were elected by
Single tax has been repudiated
in Missouri. A proposed amend
ment to the state constitution!
was defeated overwhelmingly.
(By United Press tensed Wire.)
NEW YORK, Not. 6. — The
stock market was decidedly
strong at the opening reflecting
the London close. Amalgamated
Copper was up 3-4; Erie and An
aconda 3-8; Union Pacific 7-8;
St. Paul, 1-4; Great Northern,
1-2; Pennsylvania, 5-8; Steel,
common, 1-4, and the other lead
era in proportion.
29 STATES ELECT GOVERNORS
ONLY SIX ARE REPUBLICANS
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Nov. C. —Of the
29 states that elected governors,
only six—Kansas, Minnesota, New
Hampshire, Rhode Island, Souta
Dakota and Wisconsin—elected
What the effect will be on the
republican party was a subject
generally discussed today. That
organization had been relegated
to third place by the progressives.
While the republicans ran sec
ond in New York state and so
maintained their control of the
election machinery in most of tlie
other states, tho progressives had
jumped into second place with all
that this gave them.
On November 10 the progres
sives meet in Chicago for organi
It Is expected that Roosevelt
will attend the meeting and that
the party organization will be put
on a permanent basis.
Meanwhile President Taft,
from Cincinnati, has called on the
Vflß Li'lo Arthur soys: "Oh,
yo Woodrow Wilson, ah dun
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-1 ni C. would git a powful big vote.
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republicans to organize.
The socialists polled an unusu
ally heavy vote everywhere, and
in Borne of the Southern states
their national candidate, Eugene
V. Debs, led Taft.
COX, OHIO, GOV.
(United Press I>a*ed Wire.)
COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 6. —Pres-
ident Taft overwhelmed Colonel
Roosevelt in Ohio. State returns
were still far from complete
early today. Only 7C5 precincts
complete had reported out of a
total of 5.2G5 in the state.
These give Wilson 50,000, Tatt
32,337; Roosevelt 23,482.
On the race for governor only
220 precincts were available.
These showed Cox, democrat,
13,759; Drown, republican, 9,
--917; Garford, progressive, 4.025.
Based on these returns Cox's
plurality is safely above 100,000.
fltv United Press Leased Wire.)
PRINCETON, N. J., Xov. 6. —
President-elect Wooilrow Wilson
dictated this afternoon the follow
ing statement to the newspaper
"The result gives us the hope
that the thoughtful voters of the
nation may now at last unite to
give the country freedom and en
terprise, and ■ government releas
ed frQBI selfish and arrogant In
fluence, and one devoted to jus
tice and progress.
"There is absolutely nothing
for tlie honest and •nligbtettfd
business man of the country to
fear. No man whose business is
conduction without violation of
the rights of free competition and
without such private understand
ings or secivt alliances as violate
the; principle of our law and the
policy of all wholesome commerce
and enterprise, need fear either
Interference or embarrassment
from the administration.
"Our hope and purpose Is to
bring all the free forces of the na
tion into active and lnteVlifaet
co-operation and to give to our
prosperity a freshness and spirit
and a confidence such as It has
not had in our time.
"The responsibilities of tlio'
task are tremendous, but they aiv
COtnmon responsibilities which all
leaders of action and opinioni
must share. And, with the confi
dence of the peoplo behind us, ev
erything that is iight is possible,
"My own ambition will be more
than satisfied if I may be per
mitted to be the frank spokesman
of the nation's thought in these
T. R. TAKES KANSAS
(15, v I'nitcfl Press L< ka»*<'<l Wire.)
TOPBKA, Kans., Nov. 6.—Re
turns from Kansas are unusually
close. According to late returns
Roosevelt is leading Wilson uy
about 1,500 plurality. Taft Is a
Victor Murdock, the lighting
progressive, and Jackson, his col
league, are re-elected by enorm
Arthur Capper, newspaper edi
tor, republican and progressive,
has been elected governor ,by a
plurality which may reach ii.OOd.
Governor \V. R. Stubii), tin
avowed bull mooser, but running
on the republican ticket, haa re
ceived the popular vote for Unit
ed States senator by 2 to 1.
The suffrage amendment to tTie I
state constitution carried 3 to 1
and will be made a law at the
next session of the legislature.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. G. —
Democrats in Kentucky rolled up
an enormous plurality lor Wilson
and Marshall, elected nine out of
eleven congressmen and carried
the state by a handsome plurality
over both opponents. For the pres
idency Wilson's plurality in over
90,000. Roosevelt is second and
ROOM IN PL.BVTY.
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