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7 " f 4ft A Nr JL u. V - i M m I I . 4. a . i I-Ta ia , hj :a vom t t e. 1 -r:a , r.a ELECTORAL VOTES v u-Wilson Taft'-. ? Roosevelt a .. .. .'... .,..,1 .....,. 1. .,. v fo.rr.la., ... H . ..acctkut a . . :ware . ... ............v....;,.......;.. ............................. ..................,....... 12 ' . . 9h c 7,;.' - -- -:' 6 14 . '-4 r 23 . 13 12 - ,1. y . I t A 10 S 1. i t 10 h4. 8 a 11 A " 1 ' 12 i .... 13 12 . . . . .... 24 ....10 . . . . 5 1 f , 4 4 Wilson.' v-vV'v v. 75,000 . -;- '.-,- -v-; .. ;in,ico - - :-. '. f " 73,000 Still In doubt ; ; ,h -'.; 11 i.OOO -'"' - r 72.001 a " 22,039' - '21.000 1(3..-7 :-:.-af 22.1W.'; : ;. 270.SS7 ': ; . ' K2,53 a " cs.sao . , r' -210,70.7"' . ' ' ' 72,C0O:.' ' :".;- 50.016 -'- ' ' 11. 70S 4 4.f.) icj.'".:.") r - S.J T.4 - 21,: 1C7.C7.V - 1.-.K3 ' . ' ' C:721 - l r "" ' : . - - ;i:,,c;3' - : -. :4n ' : - 2.-7.311 - ' ; - - . y c i,iC7. :: . ' ; t,n . : - . . ::,r:o - -y ' i: ."-) ' ' ' . - - ) . ; : ; i:.-7r :. 7, i - r i.i") r v- ' u ? total votk; ; y " -yy ; Tart. : : ; nocseveit. :;v;:'::- 1R.G00 - . . . 20.C00 "11.753 ; ,. 2.000 ' ' 79,000" r '23.S4a S.2C3 .;:" 4 00 27.000 r..),coo' ' 1C.144 v'V- 3.700 ?5 WC7 25,000' -- 250,000 : f ' 151,157 1447 50.1C0 " : '110,270- -4.0C0 -y-: y,f :-i "28,504 VJ4 : -.52.SS4 s-y - 152,255 , : ' ' Ui.iO ' . 75,1 00 .':,- '" 3' -) r -r - i - i . : ' ,. . . - - -v , :. -si.siG ; ; 11,250 450,4:7 . 43,C " . ., ' . . 25, Cv) ' Sli.CO v -2:,4 ,- 255,531 V t -1 .- V 'y r.::o. : ' ' . .). '' : '-u r . . . 75,1 45 . i: :a ' : . 15:). . ; 21,840 2S,X;0 409,000 1C0.S0.1 .' ' , X I a.a a w " k. ur s w SAN FnANCISCO, Wilson carried San Francisco by a plurality of 10, - ' no I - TK w-Vrtlrt a-rf a sin o raa tA '' HJ 4ci " wr vai 4iv,... 7 SOCOO WIfon received 43.021. RooseyeU 2S,- .' 102!C75 624. Debs 12.413 and Cafin M41. V: 12 000 The four lacunibeata were re-elect- yy- 48.2S7 1 - eJ to. the sierlor bench.. Judse'Gra- C7.610 140,152 220.C 1 110,0 J J 5,5" 3 74.C30 : c,ii2 i7,m- i - . ,1.. ..27:5 haa led with 71,444 ari-Jnis;3 Lawlcr was fourth with a tetel vcte cf 55. 074. Coffee received C:.7C1 Megan CO,- $53. Shcrtall received 54,273. or 7S? ' less than Jr.ie Lawlcr. ; ' - The : rrcrresslve- party elected a ccrrcJ:?r.r., Kclaa in' the firth, tv. o state senators ..and Eix assemtlyncn c::t c: 13. The .republicans elected a z..;rc Kahn la tha fourth t: I 12,5S3' tvo : ; :L!;-r.en. Thj de:r.Gcral3 tl 7,J:0 --ccted czr? s rate senat rand-five as- t .T! ? irr:::.ticn-district tocd rrc: :i "t!:.i"Y.a3 ; revel ty" t 'clctcr3 c' . Can ' Francisco 54S3 to 13:3. ....... I The f re 3 textbook ar-.rndxnent was 22.C23 ratified In - Can Francisco 53,CS5 to 2Sl,C2 l. 27.453.. . :'. V -: --1C442 Two cf the three ' t repositions- to " 2.1 CO ''create rec:!-trar3 cf vc' rs inhe 2v- C7.A,C3 - eral ccunt;:3, de?!nc to relieve tha - CO.CC 3 - ccr.r.ty clerk of Alamc !a' county cf 4) 22,f"3 r-t: 3 jabs, were rrjocted ty tho ' IC,,) Ten Francisco voters i 1 one cf them . 22,112 arrrcved by a sn-.all r.irsin. . lS.CTO J - The greater Can Tr -circo 123,2:5 rnent received 53,753 t'.Irnaative .vctcs ' T3,c:) : as crainst' 15,431. TI.j racing ; ccni- SO.CC) Kis.ica rrc;csition v :j -rejected 43,- S31 to 53,5:. The her V rule taxatisn r.r;cnJr.::nt was defc::ted by apprc::i- 1 . it' io. A A 8,0 CO 3,71 C.1S0 rr.atclr c ). 71. ti:n to rcj3Ct the Carnc ;: r.;rv gift was defeated . ,1 --. ; : i c r 1;: c . tD t pie ; . ..c I . ' .by o . ; I.i t:.? f . -.rih censressionaf district . ft ' - Kr.hn, rcr.'.reatv defeated Schlesir.er ' - -der.ccrat.rby' a '--plurality of .10.T. ; a - I.'clar., r rc "rersivr. d c fcated Ccatel! x iy was enjoying. life der.:cc:at,' in the t.fth by a plurality - : ' cf c:i:. , . : - .. : It i '.1 ho .wanted TI.j ; ..rcrciver. thr-w their strer.-1 ra eve ryv. here Lat th to Grant, dmocrr. -In-the 'r.5n! -t'-..- - rr 1 V. 2 cut- tc:nth-f:r.-.tc:ial di?tr::t - cr.,1, after; i ha ill. I nat-do 'cno cf tha :;.:t bitter, leaiclative ! :.t -h3 Izl net tvr f;-ht3 i:i th? :.::t:ry c : Tan Fra-::- ' I a. r - 4 1 Lava all tha .fact 3 aecu- a c tCit ..ttu' c.i, rc vet: -. ' F. I C. Ccrde ran, i tvaaty-tir ; Hill to- t; ? t" fo r a. ?t . , ..a ;: . - - : - in the t'.v: at. i : F rr.I; C i V ...y. -'Ia tl.3 tver.ty-e: f.th; ..." " C ar; a i:r th a:I F:::avclt di:t:I:t:. 3, progressive, in .tho a3 F.. Finn, prr- t: - tv ls vcre- i ty-ia:r. :d. by tve: ' 1 ' ? rt f ' . s . O . - . t 'il Ui. Li'. at... th:rt:--th:rd 'a::cn:LIy tea ;ty ; a. .cite:, t. ,t ty - . . ... t I . r.c:3 t- win th, tivcnty-ui ;r.i. : whici tha EcmMy diatri -il, had turned ever th a ' 1 in th? tv.cn ., .twenty-: even h thirty-era: ad as li ili::: crata re-r'aarc-cive asacni- r. t.cr than dicarr.cint'ed its bly.car..::.I:t--? wera Fcrd, twenty-s'ec- .:, - .twenty- -rcr-.tve leaf; -:3 to tv.cnt; -. t to ti :y V i c: to ever tha election nintl i W fa , fta ft W I J --V o -. . . .. t , ... Vc: thy, ta ..ta; i.:: .z r t'-3 future. , Cavcrncr; Tha ea::--aful .r:;ul.;ica-r canFda- . ala, and Gi.Tcrd and tes far tha acr-cuahly- were Lush, twn : Ycri; c. cut an ty-e!xth district, and. Cchniit, thirty- . :a liiil I-ta m "tr.a aft first. - .- ; , - ; . - -a., f t ; ht Cccra- V. Far-' -Out of C57 precinct3 In San. Fran A. ilwr..:y tnd II. L. cisco Vilscn carrier 513, Roosevelt 133 i. The net results cf the general t'-. tared" down ficni- New fid Dels 3. ' . a '.. 1 . r-I-a.:! F-r - - vc " ' t:i . - ta to his t . ;: ' v r ' i . . . j , V. . . i It r ar his ;n - T 1 f p , ' -, -7.. ' s ;" . - p -, . . r , F:nao- i cf th rc .c al ti , ccnf. cr.ca at wh:ch OaiL . .u..i.. C...i.D 'GOCJS'rv ca: 1 . . a. . w u c , . . -'1 c.:ai a ra ..h al. - -' -- th " a; ciasnts icr Kcep.as up soclation cf San- FrancLsco, the larg ive crsanization may De csfc pacCr3 of canned fruits, vegeta bles and dried fruit3 ia the world, re ports bij-alc3 of their "Del Monte" brand, which they Vet ed into this territory. I It Is Cr'anel Roosevelt's def'r it i o'c tj v; :tic.i from ralitirs after. utu tvDV unJi';nnii'. tic a y.ans have been evaded, al- ed lnt0 th3 territary. -a-y ..V thea h h? cirect3 to teen constantly, n-u, n u ;r tc ca v.ut.i t..e. csneral asrects of iB. 0,.tvii -,.,ri,,a n.rnAiIi' 1 I :,r ? .... ... , - i 1 j esiatiiiTiueuLs ia .ait lue juijuruui - - ri - 11' 11 15 1"-:' to-carry, forward some . districts of California, has had ' tre ; t ti: 1 c! Prcsrcsslve ; pror-anda mendous success with .the "Del Man ' ; . tLrcuchaut tua next two years, with t6 brand on the coast -and Albert i.i, 3. u,.v ve to thft ConsresLional and State -t .mt, a.w -cv-a- ,r l a 1 --- 1.--, t -rcn elections in 1S14.' . harvv . - this territnrv. rennrts that' there la a tion held ca-Nov..3'r.-cre st even to the meat .r auiue c crat3. Tbay inela ' '.: -' . j - Th- clccti: -. : A..hh ..1 ar Tier-j thall; the F at: a can.:: i.tcs far! ircsilcnt ar 1 , ; a; aidant. Lv th a ' .largest ek,u.; u.aj;ruy. ever r turned, a .- . .-An assured raijoiity "of the United 1 1: State senate c-ir.cidant v.ith th.3 - in- . ausruraticn cf Frccident-elect Wilaan. ; : . ' A majority cf. 143 in the next bausa. ... ui rtjii....i..iiu-. U. :i a to 1 v: .th Ly ( to J-acI fv. 'Ti h:!':.ays, as he bad plan- , 4 ," 4V;f ' A Ccloacl F.aasevelt expects to drop steadily: increasing emandfortheseleja .? c:...a:::a! tc.7 that he. wUl t(!l fcr iZ3 wlater !nt0 Qaiet We gQod3 cre " , . v ,aa; 'A a " J rtt v:::t th- L-.r.-.:r.a canal durm the at bona a which be led before the cam; Dp1 Mnnte" ' eonda' are nacked jri n pan, v. ith a trip to .'New: York once sanitary, cans and' presen'e'd by heal I cr twice a wcck.'IIe probably will be sterilization and, aa aproof of their caiiei cn ence a nionin or oitener to merit, they have -carried first honors make r;ccchcs. although he desires to wherever, exhibitedh advertisementa acid any long trips for months to a. .:ry tele- I U Levis, era cf the six- rrt scrvica man who has Frc;':'c-i Tuft tir.ee he was years aero loaay, wa3 ret:." 1 to proceed to Frinceton. He JwiJ. la jelned by other secret service f I - ( , r - 1 f v . f ' A t EOri?Tsc,a'' deieat??' -ressiTC Two7 foreclosure ;8ales were held by ; v man's homestead in Emma stree an area' of 7i 15 square feet, I -TT--: 77" V "1 7; v" V,,. J :;:,WJ. ""v!::r?!r.VLl '-l with, the improvements, was fDousnt I ca the , " ? .la V.. lr;tVOUia E3 oa -ucaoaiea ior me Jiejs. br W. II. Bradley for J 1990. "The mort- wtii uuuia ai ue uiuiujn ai luai : lour vears. At ii oojocs: ne started iai ; , . ... ..t:.-r.'w..i.... V " : ' in ' r J ccT.r.try .- President Taft did not for-. Pinchct. Governor Johnson said that -a'infn-: - -V 1 'c .c-t his phlloocrhy and rood humor. - the - work of the Progressive partr - tt,i 7hA . .... . ivw.l - tt.. - - f V n tt. t.-; fi v-i-j r ii.- . lilt? . 11. Fcr vc a F.r. aeratic ruV'."a r,c l l" '! V fc ua N !our J"rs. ai 11 ocjocjc .5 Mk; wa. tie Henrr-Watertow rt the rcli-UI; f.ra f "iei;a UKi3J- I- ; , ' for oyster cay to consult witncoionei. Trust Co for JUQO.a A" second raort: :i. . ot t0 .me comfort In jKcasevclt He left New York . tais w for,ft ,Sw! amo-nt ,.11 out . , , c- crturdtv civ 5 1 c nnsyivania avenue wna vioveraor , ' . L'. -V r cariy all Px'ln.' It would : not. hive been so . r Vc!i cr net feel caS3r 11 things bad been different, but Avht a calrn'um-j ' would have'-taken the ride just the cf t". . . j.-r.It cf yeet.rday ?srne.M- - : - a" v j.--;. - t : - jo r ;ad as to ac 1 ccrsveit Szys Fi;ht Will Go On. ah f ' Lia s. ...-.. OYSTCn CAY (N. Y.), November t -c Princeton i , Colonel Rcoaovelt surveyed the : la 1 1 :a:.cctcn-i;niverslty C-ld cf battle today and gathered "as ' v : 0 c arratulatious much of the story of yesterday's de f ye ; ..h.a.a r.aierjftat as be could place together. ' . to the i residency 1 His lieutenants in each state wired I to Lino taeir reports. In many cases In- 0 ' Fcr.cta. ..' . a :,'jv. n Defeated, .ra;::,!, Prtaident farmed plana -for ad. -1 complete, and tonight Colonel Roose velt was in doubt as to, just what the Progressive party hadv accomplished in Its, first' campaign, f :; -'"a'-' L There was nothing' of the aspect of is t dr.Ite. but be said. (.f eat ia his manner. He smiled as ' at the party will asily and told 6tories as sajiy as be- siternann lor caiirornia.. a1 . - . a ti . y Senator Dixon; made he following . a property at' PaVaa mortgaged lar statement: "TLis morning the Nation; Senjiia Odoto Ksho?a&Ca,aawas al Progressive party takes Its official bought ty; A K. paawa trustee for place as the dominant oppo-Uio-i ; 2700. after a keen contest with : a P-rty to the triumphant .Democratic -wfciteh man. T,C contains 6334: square party. As the result of the baUoVas .feet, aid ha'stv! i-5ntage "of 574'feet jettf rday-tha V&itwi;r :r Ukeuh 0n King street kaxl 124.2-feet on ,a either first or second place in the hal-. 12-fopt lane.The pTOperty is yielding lotlng except In 'five ttate3. ' , f . a g0O(j rental. a - ; 'S A ; f via every state In the Union, except . , , v ' ' ; ' a r. m la the fivethe Progressive party or--organlzaticnj hai Income the'; thM g2nizatioh from this time on becomes party In thelUnited States.1 doubt if the official minority party, with repre- U can ever again . muster strength rentatlon on all election. boards, on all enough to elect, af candidate for.: Presi stste boards and boards of control. In dent- - a h v : : f a;' a 1 tbev Congressional election two years 'li The Progressive ptarty ; has 'pplld from this time, in. every: state eicept oyer fout million f vbte&fiWe :go for- five, all judges of election, watchers, hjrard , immediately fawith i"'ou rework of ii-spectors and election boards will he completing; pur organization; looking ccn trolled Jointly, by the Progressive o the control of -the House of ; Repre and Democrats,-; The old Republican sentatifes two years" from this date Election cf 13 Democratic governors which may approach tha 7C ),c:3 marh, the tctaFia New Ycrk city alar.o reaching 23,433 and 1C3,C:3 in Illin.ii. ' The electiaacf progressives to tha legislative bodies in several states, in cluding New York,, and of. 12 prcsres &ive congressmen. The majority, of Wilson overaboth Taft and- Roeevelt 13 the. largest ever given a president. In If 04 Roosevelt had a majority over Parker I I r t C t: :-:- that ha a .hi ; . It eat .h h - s cf t! a ; ' - ". ! : : t: a f.:. :h-T -ta fa),.. . Th five men to I a I a : 1 era : h - r.I organ, 1'rar.I; Ccrri a.a. I" '.a Ih . der. John V. Trad:r ar.111. Ih Fa! ::; Cha;I:3 and C: r;a Huna;hr .3 a I ara ua::r sent::.: a efdr..th, La: leas the supreme court 'sets r. '.da th h" appeal before December 13 they v. ill a! not meet death at that tinaa. ..- Governor West today isv.eJ a cauatiaira.r statement lamenting tha loch cf s;a-a Hat in the death chamber and that all thaieia;::. 'Tm A r-- V--' r9 . V-r-irrtr 1 .w -.-- - the banging. cf 19S votes. In ISOS TafCs majority over; Bryan was 159. : a- f The number -of statescarried by Wllson33 is . the - largest number evera carried by a candidate ' for the presidency, a ;:4- -a- a 'a -'-a - Only once before in the historyof the country has a president ever car ried so ; large a proportion of staces. That was in 1832,a .when ' Franklin Pierce carried" all but four. of the, 31. states then in the union and secured 234 electoral votes. r . ' a a .. ;'- The., victory ' of : the ' Democratic ' na jtional candidates was so. ' complete that' there was really more Interest in the division of thoc Republican rote between 'Taft andRoosevelt than as to the exact size of Wilson's plurality over either ia states where one or the other-polled the largest per cent' of the- rote. -". .--.-. :;'ft' - ' Popular Vote Not Known ' ; .' ; - i. There is at present no definite in formation as to the entire number " of votes received br .: either r President Taft or; Colonel Roosevelt : The sup porters of each candidate find some little, consolation In alleged supremacy In this; respect :' The rote, from states carried by - Colonel. Roosevelt, or where he ran second. Indicate a lead over. Taft of about 1.000,000 ; hia sup porters claim more. The Taft vote in the southern states has not been Jaba- I : A young bride of Petaluma, Calif.; lated fully -enough to justify compart- was seriously burned .while trying, to son." : ; "-" ' f y' ' ' Ught a fire with kerosene. .: : , K : t: I . . 4. J . survc hi; a : u. r. c H0unv daivg ;.:s;.lo:.i 1 3 H E F 0 II TED TO ILWE -kDIED LAST THURSDAY ,. It' 13 reported that Absalom-. Hono li'Iu's . houn' dawg, 13 dead. Rumor says'. his demise awas a public. f spec tacle occurring on the greensward of the; square just acrots the street from the Young Hotel Thursday, afternoon. He. is; said to have just partaken of a liCartyf meal- at -the rear of a nearby ref taurant. '. No post mortem his been held. , . -v ' ; ". - a - Absalom was a kamaaina and con-eldered- cne of the town landmarks. 1'ostfof the children and all, of the bpsinestmen knew rh!ra welL His countenance bore the n;arks of a iife lcng sorrow; . and every one, who saw him can never forget -v that gnef stricken face.f Whether arrangements havebeen made for public obsequies Is not known at this hour. ; tcaa v .;' , , lj t. ... ., J 4... . . - , rtst:d bv F :. street y :...':: char-a Is- r " ' a watch four. I ia. burglary, ar. 1 : -- a. t. aj j io i. a u- Delaata ICuhio's ca' was $251.30, a 3 cffL: by him -la hi.? staa -torial secretary. .1 c ; Ized a3'follow3: .-2-0... $25 personal cxpenaa. !1 ing and advertising, watc'.ers, 0. Ca: ;aign expense c: I to- fh 9 II.; :i day are by E. J. :icCa. Charl93 Kanekca, - 73.75 Kaniho, $43.40, all car.:::.t far re? resentative from tha Fifth trict It i3 reported that Chir- a criieiah? are ca their-way to tha Fa.:: 1 Litatoi. to borrow money for ccr.:a:t:T gov-, ernment enterprises. a - flTower women are to 1 a 1 rrr.I irora the Par 13 streets, f Ti f-rl-H complain' that the street Eta:: inter fere with their business.