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THE COLUMBIA
THIRTEENTH YEAR
CQLUjBIA.MISl
31
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?tfdrf..ritf WloT?v :BIG DEMOCRATIC
. -KlNiYOIIREMEMBER?
"I'I'i. lim i iLilt
--
six million votes
IN COLUMBIA
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gBORI,'WEPWESDAYt NOVEMBER 3, 1920 JUJMUfcK oi jm
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Latest Estimates Place Republican'si00""1
Majority at Largest Figures Record
ed in American rohtics.
By United Press.
DAYTON, Nov. 3. Governor- Cox sent a message of
congratulations to Harding this morning. The message is
n follows:
"In the spirit of America I accept the will of the major
ity. I tender, as the defeated candidate, my congratulation
upori your being elected to the Presidency of the United
Stales. I will supprAt you in any emergency which may
arie."' Signed. Janm M. Cox.
in Precincts Shows
Heavy Majority for the
Party One Not Com-,
plete.
, FINISH COUNT TODAY
Republican Ballot in City Will
Be Exceeded by About
2,000 It 1? Be
licved. '
The-couni in Ihe fourth precinct was
fini'hed at 4:30 o'clock thi afternoon.
Long led with 110S id Spencer's 970.
-. A
V
The Democratic ticket carried in Cv.
Itttnlill llV HI, A.ttt-.,tM? In.tnr!lw r.t "Wrt '
Late iMa afternoon the judges in I lie
I fourth ward had not completed counting
r ,thrir ballot. The vole liadprrtiouly
fti"r been estimated at 1.300 Demorralir In,
TllC estimated Vote ofiyie'nnUOn is ' m Republican. IMng tto eMiraale the
arduig isrreonqM.,W .. to it700 Republican. m
t. I XCltll lhp Van I a lUU-i 9 tttVIYV lis Wfl
This breaks nil records. Harding also carried several smtesiwfure. Columbia remrned.it usual tVm.
ffnm ' Iuc'-vmc roaj.iniy M liw poll yejirroy.
.It. ' iTur entire Democratic county and city
millloniVOte.s. 'ticket Ka elected, and large inaioriiic
JyUnitcclPress.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3.
rWWi placed at more than 20,000,000,
,kie a majority greater than 6,000,000,
f This breaks all records. Harding a
fo Jarger majorities tluui have ever been piled up"
i The state of New York went forHardiiur bv one
"Pwinevhnni.i 14 rnnrtrl tA hnvt ifiwn him n m.ninrilv nf-VnnrA.j 'J eiten the Dctnorratic ftate ani"Al-
W.i. rnnnnn .' lit: ? d tir !.; : -...tliioiUl ticlets- There were rproi3inat-l
(500,000 votes. Ohio gave Harding a majority of 400,000 votes.
,Tbe largest plurality ever amassed in one state before this-elcc-
uaiiiornia, nmen went i-iuo-
ihon was about 500,000 votes.
,'satic in the last Presidential election, went Republican by more
fAan 100,000 votes.
1WJ0 necrn vote' cjtu
The toting precinct ar tlic courlliouc,
Mere almost amped, and lineolood in
tlie corridors uaiting to vote. A rop a
Lstrttched acros. the entrance ll prevent
congestion, when the polU chwI. it
as estimated that 5,900 votes had been
Cist. In previous elections tliclilljr more
Ian 3,000 vere cast.
Of 5,753 ballots cast in the Cist tvn
IIVDn LEADS WTCBUCVNS . l
The vote of the firl precincts va Dcm-l
ocraric In the ratio of 5 to 3. Aboot 1,-
were cast. Coi and AlUrxvm ran sJifJit
lr brfiimt tlwtr tickets rfrciins J229
Rub M.
(oh Tff.rAT.' i mwm.sm JRI
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I TV lrTwrnri TAT ! ROOXE rOUNTY RETURNS OL'TSIOF OF COLUMBIA. (COMPLETE) , '
1III1.1VI1H Kill IIV i . 1 : . V ' (iliLSJ.kiIl I
ijijjuifiinri b.ii I 'i 'tMHsmmn
G-O.R Landslide
in Missouri, Too
Both Spencer and Hyde Are Elected
'by Big Majorities, Incomplete Re
turns Indicate.
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By United Press. . , , i .
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 3. Missouri fell before the Republican
landslide and the national ticket and also the state ticket swept
the state by a big majority. The plurality is estimated to be from
J&OQQ to 75,00p.; .,,,,,.
IncomiJete returns from 2192 precinct show that Harding
received 400,247 votes to 317,248 for Cox. Seidell P. Spencer
lyas re-eieciea 10 me unneu jiic iwh.. r..v..v.l-,.f,.,l;
turn a ieatf o more ttwn w,uw voics.
Hyde is leading the state for Oovernor nayjng a jaa ot
something more thaa.05,1
received 62b,VX) votes '
tT Tf
iBy United Press.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3. The scope of the Republican national j precincts, about Z52s Democratic
kndsJide crows larr(.r nil lie timi its mnri rnmnlpfe .iIIrn, ma anoni iw nepuDiican.
ene in from over the nation. ' x
1 r It is estimated now thaf Harding has been elected by the larg
'JtA popular vote in the history of the nation affd also it is reported
;tbt he lias the biggest sure electoral vote of any president who
bas ever been elected. He-will Iiave a bie erip on the Senate as and lM votes respectively
tAereVill be a working majority there of "Republicans of from 12 'lfu!- noeraii: candidate, for prov
, tn . cutint; attorney, led his ticket in ;lii?
10 10. I .. :,i, ,wr M
In the House the Ifenublicfln m.itnriivwill Iw impttiinf in tlir- i ii. vi u). ... .nn.Mt (nr
""seighborhood of 100 votes. The Republicans have put a Rcpub-(Republicans. ' 808 votes- Hardinrtf ZjUfWfiJLJtA'XPiTi rrrLii' -MJlv--.S7A' .'
bvernor in ejTte i UnicpHV
itaiuuiba uiuiuiiiv uici Liiu Jiatviuii jnn. ranaituie ior DroMKuiinK auuiutv, . ' . r- i. n-
million votes. , - n und ,hir ,icke,' ilh 7S7 'nA Congressman W. ' L Nelson vscodiandaiile
i"5- - ., ! Leads His Ticket With Sen- Hallsrflle ,..
i The entire Democratic county ticket ., , n -t
""u ,S,- r' jrandigbtly stronger than the slate and ator spencer Aneaa on '" "" ''
ajinomiced here this afternoon'"' y V. " Vv.. .. .-., ' POP Rlt. ! fraint. vrove
cd Mehan. candidile'.or Cov.,'?al,,cV . mtn " ""' ' . O. 1 . Ballot. . ,, si v
ff. 1. IF nithl hjaitSA 4 - - 1 ". k
.t .iTO .,,.vu,. U. mrm,,,., IT, Brons ta.2.
For president. 6 Prohibition. 6 Nucial- unc rtt,uvi,l SilLOj sUUi
titt, 3 Farmer-Worker, and 1 Socialist La-
bor votes vvete cast, votes lor slate om- socialists ana rrohlOIUOniStS
iMOCiCflSJiN
; ..couimpotL .
BOOXE TOUNTV RETURNS OUTSIDE OF COLUMBIA-(CO
Hats
President San suit Cateraor "Vls Vlls,
Cox Harding Long Spencer Atkinson Hrd MtsM J
in
rwhicFare m'the,solid south,
jl, U estimated to be close to six
iiunois to iursHc by bic von
. tr Vi Tim. '
CmcACo, .Nor. 3. Indications from
lie United Press reports, vthicb are be-
iex recti red here, are that 1 Jar ding and
L lie entire state ticket ill carry In Illi-
I & tcii by a huge majority. A report from
1JS7 precincts rjve Harding 415.494 voles
2 1 156.150 votes for Cos.
2JXX) voles. Chairman Craig of the state'
committee :
Harding and
ernor, "will be elecld
ro losu
r CuJ fir
IIOUL COCMV
Dmov, Noi. 3. Governor Cox lost bis
tome county by 900 votes. He is thought
Is hive lo-t Middletovm. vthere he ssect
I hb boylwod and vent to school. Hokever
he is reported to have carried Cutler
Gmnt) by a small majority.
IVD1VNA WOM BV IIAKDC
Bf Tfitll FleM.
Imiumfous, Ivo, Nov. 3. HardTng
4 K estimated to have a majoritv- In ,ihe
state of Indiana of over 200,000 votes. 'In
returns frcyn L652 precincts out of 3385
Harding as given 393324 votes to 280,
' 465 for Cov. Watson was re-ejected1 to
the Senate over Tom Taggart.
eOMICTCBE ON MHV OBIXtT
Harding Has 391 Electoral Votes?
Br L'bU4 fm.
Ntw Yokk, fiovrSA-With Ariaina.
Tennessee and Moatana going Reptib
bcan vtith certain majorities and the
Democratic lead In Oklahoma .dfcftid
ling ontd that stale was taken from
Cox' column and placed iih the
doubtful stales, a recount of th? elec.
loral vote was made here at 3 o'clock
this afternoon. This gave Harding
391 and Cot 127.
Get, Scathing Vote on
National TicketState
Ticket Scratched. '
AMENDMENTS
eiali ran in lie same proportion. Vaughn '
Ulickman Boone County farmer, csndi
JHate for governor on the Farmer-Worker
lUcket, received 6 v6tes.
' . KELSON UICII IN SECOND
1 The fecond precinct was even morel With only the fourth v,ard voting pre-
l Democratic, voting against the Kepunn-icinct in ijnumbva missing from the dec-
.cans by J to l
Democratic-vol
Nelson was liigh man for the Democrats,
'with 1314. Atkinson and Sullivan, with
1215 and 1230. vtere lowest, ror the He
publicans. "Becker; candidate Cor seeretai
a
in
215
102 -
,'f statel'imd Hydo ran ahead" of ihelr
.. . . . 'tickets: Koach and pnngtun, nn
R17T TPVFr. T AQT'Id 404,ere Iov.es,.
UULH.LJ T 1UU 12JIJJ. ,tc ,
T Ttei Tim.
TASitiveTov, Nov. 3. Immediately af
ter lie national election follows discus
sion of the propecti-e members of the
new President's cabinet. Elihu Root is
Jung mentioned as the probable Secre
tary of State. It is ruroorod that he will
he appointed lo complete the work on
the League of Nations and the peace I
St. Louis papers in their noon editions.
irtaty with tie foreign countries and then I been received on the amendment
there were about 127Sijion returns this afternoon the Democrat-
votes and 425 Republican.. ic ticket appeared to have carri-d ihe
icounty by close to 5J000 votes.
Omitting the missing precinct Congress
man Nelson has thj largest Democratic
najorilv, it being 4,499 votes. Senator
Spencer led for the Republican with 3.
224 votes a a total.
Although Columbia gave a gtvod'major
ity to all the amendments voted upon, it
it reported that this may inmost cas
be overcome by tlie negative vote out in j
the county.
Boone County oolside of Columbia
proportion of the votes was almost
ree Democratic to one ReDiiblicxn. In
Br ViMrim, " .'. t 1iWi iWrrl 'mecinct-'where the abch-. these ihinv nreeinri. rnni-mmm W.
St. Lons, Mo, Nov- 3.Keprfs fnl, ,. k-i,-., ,,. Mottftj V.ln 11 hi. ,t,i., ,:!. iion in
dicate that all of the consli-py ?crc ,wdenti, it J cstimatcdjor 15 more than Breckenridge Long, the
that the voles were About evenly ilivnteit , second hifJie-t. The lowest vole was
between the Republican and the Demo-1 polled for Governor Cox, who received
crslic parties. j 5,177 ballots. ,
II II. IlinLs. Thomas v. tirowru . u,
, I .
It Cox, 1262, and Harding. 428. liad the
veraee strength of their tickets.
St., Louis Papers PredicUThat lKye BeohAition, 4 Socialist and-2 Far
' f 1 . .1.1 r- -J U-J..' mrx.Wortet?ballol were cast for pm-
Only the Good Roads MentThe-Socialists cast 2 vote, for
Has a Chance.
In
.. ' I "tstatroKliK Vaughn Hickman jeceiied ,hi
. T .. 1 IcneiWfotWvenior. k fl cr. ,h
M. Louis in
tutional amendments in the stale have
been lost with the, possible exception of
No. 6. the Good Roads measure. That
prediction, at any rate, is made by the
85
IT
463
55
124
51
41
Strawn ........ 235
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HarfisSorg ...
Pjathersville '
I irunttdale '135
t.Muiray .'. 82
Bourbon Twp.;
(Sturgeon Riggs. V
Rucker and Wal
lace PrrcJnets..81B
Hartshurg-'-.-..' 63
Ashland ........515
Rodieport ,..-...' -237
CenlraUa"....T- B63
Deer Park 86
Sapp 88
Chysville 50
Wilton' 105
'Englewvod ..... 100
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95
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89 - 95
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:
NELSON FAE
i
RE-ELECTION
Sid C Roach Defeats Columbia 1
Man, in Race for Con- '
gross' iri Eighth.
Br VthUTtt.
.ST.. Lous, Mo, Not. 3. W. I. NelV
son. Democrat, has been defeated ir Si
L. Koach, Republican, for Congress
Uw r-ighth district- Keturns receivei
here indicate that Roach's majority
coaatiea other than Boone wiBjanrcc
Nelson'a, majoriry in Boone county.
W. L. Nelson said this afternoon thai
it appeared from retarns he' had receiveil
liar Roach had been elected.
Returns from Cooper County show a
KepaUiean majority of about 1500. Nel
son no aboat 200 ahead of hi) peket in
Cooper.
UnoCeial relarns from Morgan County
indicate Republican majority of. 1080,
Mr. Nelson aba ran ahead, of his ticket
rn'Mattai'Ho1 ha, no. definite reports
Mk m'Wkac'ciiuBiies.
.'Nelsoo predicted thai his 4080 major'
ity;u, Boone vjnry wi not Be enougn
tjjtBjt shj.-WyrrflvipaiilleaiilaAetf
m Wt MM ewaalsea ol ta (Batriet,
tfUMaii -nwsg froo.'JHfersin
CkV lUarftcroMn (are the foBowag
com: MooUeau. .Roach 3,404; Nelson,
2.M8; COoper, Roach 4.777; 'Nelson 3r
544. was esunated the dietrict would
0 RepaWcaa by 7JM0.
JUU votes. Vu5.'. inWr
whim Aftinson-reCttVMuifyoftOfl
trrTtM
UJ -3T. UUHV, "J - ' T"WW V.
Jetfcda
Total.
"....5177 1996 ' 5180 2002 5183" 2027 5198 '2924
IIim PATninB' -siii
On Hie I.epubhcan ticket Senator Sel- IcujH tlfjre wort is being planned.
W. a T. U. to Hold Rummage Sale.
A rummage sale will be- held all day
Saturdayby members of the W. C T. U.
at the organization lieadiruarters on West
Broadway; Mrs. Josephine Garley, presi
dent of ihe W. C T. U, is superintending
the sale, the proceeds of which will go
toward the work of the organization for
A definite program of
he will retire.
For Secretary of Commerce, Governor
Louden of Illinois is being mentioned.:
His name is also being talked for secre
tary of the treasury but indication are
mat Le will probably be put In the former
place.
Herbert Hoover is the subject of a
treat amount of talk as being the man
who will be made Secretary of the In-tenor-
Henry Wallace of Iowa is being
aentioaed as the prospective Secretary
Ajricullure. L. M. Garrison is being
nsenltoned as the prospective Secretary
f War. He served under President Til-
i Via for a short time but was dismissed
f from the cabinet due to a disagreement
iich arose.
AND OKLtltOUa, TOO?
f St Vsiirf Pre-.
i OaoanoMi Cnv, Nov. 3. That the
"lapos'ible"" may have happened and
the itate of Oklahoma gone Republican
I is being claimed here today by the Re-
1 Publicans of that state. The Republican
candidate for Governor is leading by ap-
proximately 15,000. The Democratsof
I the .tale have not conceded anything as
Vet.
naaoLNC caiutits Minnesota
I . B. f'.i.j .
Ii Riu-rirrii fi Xar. The Rerob-
febcan national and state tickets will bl!an-.
ions. ni. t :- cn.n.n nrl M T Csnir ' ... ..-... .--
Onlv mattering retun. however, have "u V" ?' ."1 V , J. L I uon r'." ' .'ne.ntw ".'
. I rrrP riCUICU tUUUH ..- rf.- , bint .rf KnqrB pin.. taoAnrf .ih i. . ...
ana .. -v ,. n ' :. . n.mM;..o- tfci: .. . . " " - --' 1 Budt for Stephens Y. W. U A.
"ThevoX first precinct wa, as,"..1"6 "" . . . campaign for a $1600 budge, for the S.e-
follows- Spelman. 1289; E1H-. 1261; I T1" Affrrce, on the two tickets pheri, CoiIfg. y. vy. c A u,, Sunday
Valval Bank,, l253:'Ccn.ry. 802. " .he ac, Ugt nl the entire students auot. was
The vtte in the second precinct was;" ." - "" ""l -"'"'. -"'-isuhMnbed by the lour nunorea pris w
.;-.. n.i- d nil. .n.l Cl '"""' ' "" """
ItlO lOI UU, .W. -I'--
manrand 427 for Gentry.
j their outcome at lhi time is a conjecture.
It is admitted that ihe supposition that
they have been defeated is based on
meagre reiurns.
In Columbia and in tome parts of
Rvn Conntv the amendments have been
given a substantial majority.
SPEAK
SMMFffiE'lK-
HETZIiER PLANT
BIa2e From OeTeciiVe " Ffiie
Damaged Packiag'Houet.
.List Nigbt. -
v
is the
aU Ce.uu"- w-r - -
10 dened here by practically a plnrality of jf.ghlmg near .u.u.
51AJOR DICKSON TO
Senior Combat Chaplain of A. E. F.
Will Talk in Uattle af Verdun.
Maj. Thomaj J. Dickson, senior com
bat chaplain of the .American Expedi
tionary Fortes will speak here this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock at the University
Auditorium, on "Amerkaand the Battle
of Verdun." ,
Major Dickson is sponsored by Ihe War
Department, which ordered him -to de
liver his lecture over the country that
the American public mignt have an a,
thenlic account of the operations or thr
Araerican army during the war. ,
The St. Loi Globe-Democrat says ot
the lecture Major Dickson gave at Me-t-...i
itiv, .rhnol on MondaT: with
, ...t .!...;,. Xf.iar Dickson.
no snow fi u"- .-- , ,
t u. ,, rlimax after climax with
dramatic ttfect, and took his hearers
cJort to the battles of Sokwons and ihe
Vesle-Chateau Thierry operations, San
'1H1.I -i j ik Ciul fithtini near ver.
.-uinici ""-"..-,- r j .ir.H.t
Graptucauy n p ..-r..
.-'1
Prohibition i,nJ,- ih, lW,v The "drive had 100
votes-ca.t in the national election. Forp etn, ,upport of the faculty and stu-
l7'.. r.ed .hat from six lo eight ",c TT. ." '.ncv: TO,C? "t":ca In,,t ''cnts.
,. "SA ,n from absentee voter, will .n M?' ' lnr Ma,t '"ei'- . . ,
be received through .be mail, thi, JJ?? " "A'""1 .. Montague Again 1. Itapitd
noon, according lo a statement made at ,..,.. , Hmr Montague of the H.
the pott office this morning.
CHAMP CLARK
cratic ticket in the county a- a wliole car-1
tied by majorities ranging between ihe
vole cast for United States senator and
governor. In most precincts tin partian
vote was exactly the same for these ofo cs.
If IV pi? rVTTP' The "me rae "( the county offi
,, ... iVlXJ. I DEI Uul tcials, ail Democrats being elected by ma-
, jorities of more than three thouand.
1 . ... . TEXAN KILLED AT POLLS
Kacc tor Congress in nis uis-i . 1
trict So Qose That Re
sult Is in Doubt.
Or Cartel Tit.
St. Lock, Mo, Nov. 3. Champ Clark
ln had a close race in his district and
may fail to be returned to Congress. The
vote is so dose (hat at noon today, it
edold not be determined whether or not
he had won. Only seven precincts had
been officially reported and Clark had
a--majority of only 40 vote, in these precincts.
llol-
CL.U,fT.s 1sK V-.Aa .l.a H-....1&.
I i.iviiiig uiiJi. urn .lie Jt9V3JM
' Af n.ltn Ttnv.b 1
Dr 1'iiwJ rm.
Sal Astonio. Ttx Nov. 3 Foil,
ing a pre-election scuttle at rositoja
email town about twenty miles from heje.
belore the polls had Opened for the pos
session of the ballot boxes, L. T. Canav
bell was shot and killed. A..T. SaundeA,
72, a jodge of the election at' ihe polls it
which the shooting occurredha been a
rested in connection with the1 affair and
taken to San Antonio. Both men are
ranchers. 1
O. T. C
unit, who fell from tho concrete oieacn
cr at- the football game last Saturday,
wa admitted to the hospital again yes
tenia). r Fire Does 85 Damage.
A noall tre. in a house at the comer of
Third and Lyons streets was extinguished
by ihe fire department about 1 odock
yesterday. The fire was caused by a de
fcctlve flue- "The name of lie owner
A small fire, which started
Hetzler Mckinr rJaif abW VtX'i'eAoek
bit night. eanVa.mojaaag .Saaoke
was seen coalig'.fiem oKewidows by
E. A. WiIliam.-l,Wt BroatWiVr..'
waa passing tos suaw. lariinysjwir
ea ny a oeaeeniotiiBt ij.Kjmm
offlC wbkiriiailed-llie.wa.of-a-re-rrireralor
rooBL. Owini-to' tswVoasiioa
of tie fire U'ii? tiireiBB,T
compelled lo wont .wua .we ,uazc jkui
about 2.o'docklaIaBrulBgyr j rj.
the dmaff-tk"lit',caaB4 be
detcrnamed.".,iaiid''jX,P: tWIer.plU
raorhlng. JTIAe Jos1o.ta.lMMM
tred by iwarsjee,!: tatf JtrHjaaier.
'Dean Mwatstft IaailiBViWBlB. .
.Dean a'D.'&tw'.ot,tl:Jfiwrf
Bible CoUege )ttvymri1ffrU&a
ajMis to Hd a BetUg oft eadeav
tire commillte of tfce Christian Chorfb of
America. -,'..,.
THE VOTE IN COLUMWA
Precinct No. 1
Precinct No. 2
Precinct No. 3..
tkiltto4lMei
n ;.! Senator
r. . ii jfu Imi. 5nencer Alkfaaoa
..1229 796 1238 M U3t " g
-1262 428 1269 '435j l?45fyts
'RepresesUtlfC
, . Hi Lllillil
NalsosT Roach
1314 m
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MAJ. DKKSON -TO
ATTEND
wm
Ittawaie VUgtyot Iaatrectlon
B4 MeU Toabtht.
Tho first ol the week, meetings of the
Masonic Lodge of Instruction will be held
at 8 odock this evening in the Thilo
Building under the directlotrcf J. R.
Maelaehlini lie state grand lecturer, who
will be in Columbia all week for tie pur
pose. eC.coodocling these meetings.
'The second degree will be exemplified
Sue fjdfraulji
wpuK nojTi
s--
De'c
,y at eleveh dVlock
he slate to tlr Repub
licans. They announced tut thVre were
suSdent reports out yrtttbai wold allow
(htra'to-Mnl'AVihey came in from thsat
several -totgfttsiSMf districts iter til
itkle.lbe gepuhjyana have eleven of thenri.
and tne uemocrais nve. , t
- r v ':. i
LECUlATllt'Tr BE KtrEUUCJIN "
By'tTntW Tnm. " "
St. Lous. Not. 3. With the RepubHT t
can landslide growing and gelling up ;A,
near the,90J)60 mark, tie eyes ol;the p. -"
Utical world are-luming to the ninth Cos.
gressional district where Champ) dark.
candidate to Congress, is in dangei of be.
ing defeated. T. W. Hukrifde of War-
rrnlon is reported to have carried all
rounlies hitherto-Republican and also to
be making serious inroads into former V-t
Democratic counties.
Hyde is maintaining the same lead as
practically all the rest of the state ticket.
Spencer lor tre Senate is about 28,060
roles behind iho rest of-his ticket bat .'
uUi b teportnd to have a. safe lead over.
Ida Democratic eppooent'For lieuteaam.
governor, Uoyd, Republican, is repoeW ' '
iuav ateau oi jwwv votes, roratior.
ney general, r Barrett, Republican, lata 'a
fswir5r:ri.-
y jnere aae jieertiewjonrns (ccerreaio
esgssLto tie conaUrubonat, mendneiila, ..,
Far-tie arst time tn fostrasmiw
tegtslature wiB bo RepuMjemi Ifiosit r
bouses. The majority in th UouscwM .
be large nad in the Senate there will be a
Republican majority but It is thought that ,
it will be fairly dose.
JACXSOS COCXTY TO lUaWNX
If Cslu4 r,
Kajilis Crrr, Nov. 3-T-Jackson Coua
ty, including Kansas Gty, gave tie na
tional and state Republican (icket a majority.
V ST. tOUS HEAVY I OX IllBDCIC
t fail rra.
St. Louis. In. n. Nov. 1 In this
city 374 precincts reported give .Harding
tacsaa vote, lo 10060 for Cox.
CITY VOTE ON AMENDMENTS
LNcL
rTt.2
No. 3
No. 4 ...
Uo. S..t
jo. 6. ,
No. 7 ....
No. 8 ...,
No. 9 ,..,
N. ..',
1N4.41'..,
NcK ..
-No. 13 ...
No.' 14
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(Old
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'A 715
752
;..... 'iS3o
666
716
664
.......907
617
No. 15- 819
1st Pet. ,
.616 40Q
:.707 220
.708 212
211
315
285
203
226
318
262
186
246
274
350
184
2nd Pet 3rd Pcl
Yea No.. Ye No
278,- -
670
549
f,736
480
710
541
761
766
til
72
804
758
943
572.
485
4th Pet
Yea. No ,
127
151
,152
219 1
163
238
165
79
154
171
244
131
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;f e
B '
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s
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r
lljia evening by ihe Ashland Lodge.
,MaJor. Thomat J. Dickson, "the fight,
lug, parson," who will lecture this even-
jag.iaUie University auditorium oa
"America and tie Battle of Verdun" will
aacud.the Lodge of Instruction after his
lecture.
..The first degree will be exemplified
tonorrow evening by members f the
Acacia. fraternity. William Johnson of
aVeimSa. the state grand master, will ear
a oqicial.viatt.lo toe. UKtge 01 Jnairuc-i
tioa during this meeting. 'On Friday eve
iak tie third degree will be exemplified
hf-mibtn of the Acacia Lodge and tie
Twilight Udge.
1
WNGjSAYS HE IS
-
ELECTED
Here
STOLEN MACHINE IS FOUND
Tiler Wfco Took F. W. NletVr-.
Meyet'i Car Left It m Strtct,
A ear belonging to F. W. Niedermerer
of 1101 University avenue, which was
siolen.Sunday afternoon from bis garage
at the rear 'of the Dumas Apartmeuls,
waa found By Policemen King and Bat
tenon on Waugh street about 9 JO o'clock
Sunday night
No elew aa to tie Identity of the roc
ker Baa been found.
FATAL BRAWLS IN HAVANA
Wtrou t. CosHrty Oalnsvaa
" Thai Democnu Win.
Tie entire Democralic Mate ticket haj
been 1eJected,-according to a telegram
from Breckesridte Long, Democratic
e'aadidate for, senator, to. C. , B. Sapp,
Densocratic county chairman.
..Leaf atya that with two-thirds of tie
praciscta lu St, Look already beard from
Spacer, is leading him by 13,080
k4 'Hyde is leading Atkinson by
8JN9. Three DemaevaMc counties will
make op for teia lead, be 'says, -and in
ni tic deceSea U the Democratic ticket
by the toaBtl fXpswriiic majoriry lu tie
rest of lie (tate. ,' -'
The telegram waa seat about 7 clock
tads morning
!
Several DmUh Kcnk From Ct
Hectic Fight, '1'
By Daltsi mas. --
IUtika. Cuaa, Nov. 2-Return of the.
natiovtl JecUn.kere are meager lk l
far. The race, la mount to be close bat . '
Dr. Alfredo Zavoa Is said to be leadtag
General Jm- Miguel Gome. UberaL Sev ,
Sareral deaths are reported to hive c-t '.
cured In election brawls.
Y.W.C. A. Work Cwainf.' J.
WfA Katherine Condon, student i
Bccwrtary of tie National Staf at ,
law I.r.CA. New York Qtv. wifl a-
rit la CombU Thursday evening. MM j
Condon U visiting tie larger unlHHl
ties and e.M.. ct Am Halted Sums W :
udy In naaadal condMena of their sT
W. C A-'-nrginlmiliini,. Mis
wiUraeetwititswnsembersofthel
conanittee of the University of 1
Y.'W C. A. Tt.rW t.Jrf
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