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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1908.
The U. of W
VICTOR OVER HADLEY FOR
GOVERNORSHIP BY 15,000
In This Way Practically All l
Columbia Gets ,
STUDENTS HANDLE BULLETINS I
NEWS ABOUT ELECTIONS
The U. of W. sack suit fully
deserving of its name, possesses
Enthusiastic Crowd Receives!
News From Screen in
Practically all Columlii.i heard the
returns of the election. lat evening
through tin' University Mit-oiui.ui. Hie
United l're-s A ooiat ion rebuts were
tiuouii on a sheet in the Auilitoriuin by
a stcreojitiioii. and were al-o -njiplieil to
the LIU Club, the Columbia Club ami
the negro liapti-t ehnreh.
Owing to the inadequate telegraph
service in Columbia, it wa- neee--ai to
telephone the bulletin-, from the West
ern Union ollice to the otliee of the Mi-- '
sourian. The HIk- Club and the Coliim
bia Club had ariaiigiil to take the Wet
ern Union sen ice, but caneelled their
How News Was Handled. i
The now -paper -tatiimed a man at the i
We-tern Union ollice to telephone the '
letuin- to Academic Hall. Scleral car-
bon copies of tin e report were made. '
one being taken to the Auditorium. J
where it wa- lla-hed on the -licet. An- j
oher wa- -cut to the negio church.
and from another the new- wa- tele i
phoned to the club-. i
The Auditorium wa- crowded withi
men and women c.mer to hear the latc-t
report-. Kach of the student political I
i lub- wa- in the Auditorium in a body
and the cheering wa- nrsMiiicd.
The let urn- fiom ISoouo county were
riicivcd by telephone. Copie- of all of'
thee bulletin- were -cut to the new- '
loom, where the -tory of the election
wa- being written.
All of the people in Columbia who j
cared to hear the result were in Un
ix. t furui-hed a full account by the i
Mi ourian. The bulletins were not !
made public after midnight.
William S. Cowherd.
DOWN IN DEFEAT
CHEERS FOR ROOSEVELT;
BRYAN WAS ONPIDENT;
Commoner Loses New York,
and Thus Loses Hope
(Continued from First Page.)
The i.ko for governor wa- close, Har
mon running ahead of hi- ticket.
liii.uf- pluiality wa- utt.OOO.
Uiinif- pluiality wa- J."J,00l. All four
unique men weic Dcinoeiatie. Ninety
per icnt of the Demociatie candidate
were t'lct ted.
pluiality was ."52,000.
plurality wa- a."0,00().
plurality wa- 10,000.
. pluiality wa- ."0.000.
How Three Men Exercised Their Right
of Franchise Shown by
By United Tress.
OYSTER HAY. Nov. 3. A great
ciowd at Oyster Hay oting place cheer
ed Roosevelt entlui-ia-tically as he cast
hi- lote early yesterday morning It
took the President just fifteen seconds to
into and he had ballot No. 141. After
voting he took his special train for
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Election Brawls .n St. Louis. ' SOUTH DAKOTA.
Us fniteii Pre-s. ' Taft- jilurality was 4.",000.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. :: Nunieiou, brawl- ' TEXAS.
tKCurrcd here on account of the ' Bii.uf- i!iiiality wa- 200.000. Oam
chftion. Ciowd- collected around the i ble. Democratic nominee for :oenior.
otinj; place- and frt'iiieiit fi-ticulT- re-Man -lihtli behind the pre-idential
suited. The police were unable to keep ' ticket.
LINCOLN. Neb., Nov. 3. P.rian was
one of the liist ittters in his precinct,
and he took but half a minute to cast
hi- ballot. Hefore leaving the polls
15ian said confidently, "The fight is
aiieaih won. Present reports indicate
that we i.irry New York. Indiana, Ohio,
Nebra-ka and scleral other doubtful
-tatc-." Voting in his precinct was
earlv and heavy.
Look for the L System Label
It's our warrant of worth and your
pledge of perfection.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3. Rockefeller
wa- kept waiting forty minutes when he
went to cast his lote at a Sixth Avenue
tailor -hop. It took him but half a min
ute to make his choice.
order or pieient the trowd-lrcting.
Taft Carries Lonisville.
LOUISVILLE. K.. Nov. :!. Complete
it'tuni- of the city give T.m 2IJ.IKW
anil 1'ry.ui 2(!.:t2.'i, making Taft"- major
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pluiality was 12.000.
Taft'- pluiality was 25,000.
irv'ini.i gaie Hryan 2..i)00 plurality.
Taft"- pluiality was probably 20.000.
Taft"- plurality was 20.00O.
Tail"- plurality was 12.J.000.
Taft"- pluiality was about S.000.
Hears Returns at White House.
Br United Tress.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 3. Presi
dent Roo-evelt entertained a party at
the White llou-e la-t night to receiie
election let urn-. Several cabinet mem-Ih'I-
and families and a few friends were
gue-t-. The returns were received by
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Tut c-tm, '1 antalum and
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C. W. Furtney
THE ELECTION OF TAFT.
Now that Taft has been elected, and
the Democratic cau-e defeated, the coun
tr will continue under the policy that j
ha- -waied its de-tinie- foi the la-t four i
eai-. The ollice of Pre-ident i- now in '
the h mil- of a man of exceptional abil- i
itj. one who ha- had good training i
lor the oiliie .f goierning a pto)le.
IHl'Ii -tandard- of bu-ines- and polit- .
ital hone-ty will continue to lie upheld
under hi- rule. The management of that
white elephant, the Philippine I-land-:
the work on the Panama Canal, and the
iliflu. nil problem of handling Cuba, are
, in experienced hand-. Our relation- with i
China and .lap.ui. who-e gootl faior we
imi-t not oierlook on account of the
great commercial po ibilitie- of the Pa-
title, will be in the Land- of a man who '
enjoi- the actjuaintaiKe and confidence!
Police and Lawyers at Polls.
By United rres-s.
NEW YORK. Nov. 3. Ten thousand
poliie are on duty at the polls today to
preient di-order. Roth parties had bundled-
of lawyer- at the poll- to straight
tn out legal tangles.
Bryan Carries Own Precinct.
Bj- United Tress.
LINCOLN, Neb.. Nov. 3. Bryan ear-lie-
hi- own precinct by Si. This is
the III t time he ever carried it.
Former II. of M. Student Defeated.
riioma- Hackney, a former student
ot the University of 3Ii ouii. was de
feated for representative in the Fif
teenth di-trict. Charle- II. Morgan, the
Republican candidate, was elected by a
TO RACE HAYES
Italian Who Lost in the
Olympic Marathon Wants
I Hughes, Colorado's Senator.
I DENVER. Nov. 3. The election of a
Democratic legi-lature in Colorado as-
l-uie- the election of Charles J. Hughes,
I a giaduate of the Univer-ity of Mi
I -ouri. a- United States senator.
Taft Takes a Nap.
CINCINNATI, Ohio. Nov. 3. Taft
-aid at S:43 p. m. tonight, "It looks
like a Jand-lide; I think I'll take a nap."
TO KING'S DAUGHTERS
"".MM INVISIBLE BirOEAl
Oculist Prescriptions Filled
Broken Lens Duplicated
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Sranrtsrn l.-irnll ramn
The Best and Lowest
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of tho-e two count rie-.
Iotli partie- have claimed that if the ' E. W. STEPHENS TALKS
other caniliuate were elected, bu-iness
'would di-cline. However that may lie.
! bu-ine-s as a whole ha- lieen on the up
irrade of late, and the Republican- -ai
that it will not be reer-ed. All legiti
mate bu-ine-s may feel safe.
Democratic reform-, the guarantee of
bank deposit-, popular election of Senator-,
and other reform- haie of iour-e
Ih'imi defeat (il. No more panic- will
tome; but if the new Pre-ident keeps
his promi-e. bu-ine-s will be in a ino-t
pro-perou- condition in-te.ul of on the
j Folk carried Bates county by 100.
j Griffith. Democrat, was re-elected to the
! in this county was ft.
majority in 1004
11 V. Stenhens snoke at the Preshv-
ttrian church last night at the begin
ning of the fifth annual convention of
the King's Daughters and Sons. The
Reveiend Madison A. Hart, of the Chris
tian church, will conduct the devotional
-ervice- this morning and Mrs. Stanley
mith will make the address of welcome,
when the regular ses-ion begins at nine
At the afternoon session nil. lie dis
cu ed the Missouri King's Daughters
and Sons Home for Aged Women at
Mexico. At four o'clock visitors of the
convention will lisit the Univer-ity of
Pietro Dorando, the Italian pastry
cook who made such a dramatic finish
in the Oljmpic Marathon race in Lon
don, is coming to this country with the
expectation of running against John J.
Hayes in a Marathon race. Harry Pol
Iok, of New York City, who has signed
a contract with the Italian runner, de
clares that he will have Dorando sail for
America either next Wednesday or a
week from Saturday.
Tollok is endeavoring to arrange a
iai-e between Dorando and Hayes, but
the latter has not come to any agree
ment concerning the contest.
"If the race can 1 arransied,'' said
Pollok, "It will be held in Madi-on
Square Garden thi- winter. My idea is
to have Dorando and Have- run a reg
ular Marathon race of about twenty--i.x
mile- indoor-. Of cour-e, if Hayes
refuses to race, Dorando Mill i-siie a
challenge to meet any man in the world
at a distance of twenty-five miles or
Dorando was far ahead of Hayes in
the Olympic Marathon Tacc held in
London when he collapsed on the course,
lie was assisted acros- the finish
line aliout a hundred yards ahead of
his American competitor. He was hailed
as the "Marathon hero"' when he
returned to his native land, and now
he believes that he can defeat Haves.
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FOOTBALL PLAYER DIES
AFTER BEING TACKLED
Accident on Gridiron is Fatal to Cadet
at V. M. I.
LEXINGTON, Va., Not. 4. G. Cook
Ferelee, left halfback on the Virginia
Military Institute football team, while
running with the ball in a game with
Roanoke College, was tackled and
thrown. It was found he was suffering
from concussion of the brain, which soon
caued death. The score at the end
of the first half was 37 to 0 in favor
of the institute. The second half was
Cadet Ferelxe was the son of G. B.
Ferc-bee, of Norfolk.
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