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RETURNS AS RECEIVED BY THE
RECORD EVENING OF ELEC
n a y
New York Herald announces elec
tlon of Wilson and Sulzer.
New York—Evening Mail, progres
sive, concedes state to Wilson with
Roosevelt a close second. Sixty elec
tion districts, Richmond, Taft 1985;
Roosevelt. 2485; Wilson, 5591.
Sixty election districts south of the
1730 in the city of New York, Wilson
169,877; Taft, 67.889; Roosevelt, 94.
New' York—Wilson, 16,957; Taft, 67.
899; Roosevelt, 94,877.
New York — For governor 178 out
3073. Hedges, 24,329; Sulzer, 36.623;
Maine, 1600 out of 6346, Roosevelt,
7,663; Wilson, 9,125; Taft, 4,765.
New York—Returns 272 districts out
of 3096 in New York state autside of
New York City gives Wilson. 45,567;
Taf, 35,857; Roosevelt, 33,563.
300 elecetion districts Manhattan
and Bronx, Taft, 181,667; Roosevelt,
27,305; Wilson, 52,642.
^Buffalo, complete. Sulzer, 27,464;
Strauss, 19,432; Hedges, 15,569.
Baltimore Sun claims Maryland for
Wilson by 40,000.
George Palmer, chairman Democrat
ic state committee, at 7 p. m. claims
400 election districts King, Taft, 35.
826; Roosevelt, 49,630; Wilson, 77,157.
New York—For governor from 1178
districts out of 6093 in New York state
outside New York City gives Hedges,
republican, 23,429; Sulzer, democrat,
36,623; Strauss, progressive, 24,607;
Same in 1910 gave Stimson 39,353;
Springfield, Illinois—17 precincts,
Dunne, 96; Densen, 156; Funk, 52. 33
precincts, Wilson, 162; Taft, 42;
New York—Chairman Barnes, Jr.,
of republican state committee shortly
before 7 o'clock made the statemen
that Governor Wilson will carry New
York state by majority of between
100,000 and 150,000. Evening Mail
one of Roosevelt organs in this city
at 6:50 p. m., concedes state to Wilson
and claims second place for Roosevelt.
Brooklyn—The Standard Union says
this hour indicates Wilson will carry
King County by 42.000 with Taft run
niug 10.000 behind Roosevelt.
Rutland, Vt.—Complete—Wilson, S21
Taft. 784; Roosevelt, 737.
Schnectady, N. Y.—Complete returns
Roosevelt, 2,060; Debs, 2,666; Taft,
3,909; Wilson, 4011.
New York—328 districts out of 3094
in New York state outside of New
York City give Sulzer. 57.422; Hedges
republican, 45,738; Strauss, progrès
Huntington—Wilson, 940; Taft, 717;
Brooklyn—500 precincts out of 612, 1
er .a 011 ' 58,300; Taft. 41.200; Roosevelt,
New York Returns front 32S dist-;
.ricts out of 3093 New York state out
Taft i, f• Roosevelt, 50.429. j
Governor 108 precincts of,
1498 in Cook county, Dunne 15,964; ,
Deenen, 14,049; Funke, 19,392.
New Y'ork—750 election districts
Manhattan and Bronx, Taft, 30.660;
Roosevelt, 76. 021; Wilson, 133,017.
Richmond, Va.— Wilson plurality in
old Dominion will exceed 40.000.
Pittsburg—State Democratic Chair
man Guthrie said Wilson will carry
Cincinnatti—Large headlines Times
Star owned by President Taft's brother
read: Reports indicate Wilson has
carried New Y'ork, Democratic candi
date leading early returns.
Louisville—52 precincts in city and
county givp Wilson 800 majority over i
Roosevelt. In twenty of these pre
cnicts Roosevelt showed a plurality,
Taft hardly showed.
Flash New York Sun says Wilson
Chicago—261 Governor Deenen, 16,
699; Funk, 15,371.
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Chicago— 4»>fl precincts in Chicago,
• •*!(, 21,4. ', Wilson. 36, 269; Dibs,
15.271; Koosevelt, 40,800.
Spnpg field. 111.—Total of 10 pre
cincts city and county, Wilson. 1.073;
Taft, 603; Koosevelt. 750.
New York Geo. W. Perkins and
Senator Dixon conceded all eastern
states to Wilson. Their only hope for
Koosevelt now lies, they ay. in hind
slide for their candidate in the West.
Elsberry, Mo.—Gives Wii -> n elect
ors 288; Taft, 110; Roosevelt, 14; pro
Trenton—Early indications Wilson
will carry his own state by 75,000.
Washington—Times, owned by
Frank Munsey. concedes election of
Indianapolis—15 precincts. Craw
fordsville, Wilson. 863; Taft, 515;
New York—Outside of New York
City, New York State 328 precincts out
of 3093. Sulzer, 57.442; Hodges, 45,
736; Strauss. 39,237.
Manhattan and Bronx—Taft, 53,572;
Roosevelt. 81.050; Wilson, 142,389.
389, Hodges 56,960; Strauss, 10,413;
Chicago—Returns from first 150 pre
cincts for Dunne indicate plurality
Jacksonville, Fla.—Wilson carries
Florida by over forty thousand plural
New York—Greater New York for
governor 140 election districts out of
1730; Sulzer. 22,695; Hodges, 6.815;
Manhattan and the Bronx—Wads
worth, 3,731; Davenport, 6,232; Glynn,
Syracuse, N. Y.—The first time in
history this city has gone Democratic.
Chicago—Wilson apparently lead
ing in Illinois by narrow margin. Taft
Louisville, Ky.—Wilson has 800 ma
jority over Roosevelt in city and coun
ty. Taft third.
Dayton—Vote soldiers home show's
falling off 700 over returns of last
county election when 2,700 votes were
cast. Indications are candidates will
receive even break.
Danville, III.—Indications Cannon de
feated. Vote here more than 2 to 1
for Roosevelt over both.
Chicago—296 precincts in Chicago,
Deenen, 18,983; Dunne, 34,688; Funk,
Detroit—Early indications point to
Wilson carrying Michigan altho re
turns are slow in coming in.
Chicago—Returns 500 out of 1498
precincts in Cook county show race
for states attorney very close. Hayne,
democrat, leads by 1200; Cunnerune
second, Rinaker third. McCombs,
chairman, concedes Roosevelt victory
Boston—Indications at 7:00 o'clock
that Wilson carried Masachusetts bv
New York—Xaional democratic com
mittee claims returns at 7:00 o'clock
indicate Wilson carried New York,
Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine. This
added to 139 votes of solid south
makes total 216 leaving only fifty
more vote s to give Wilson absolute
majority. Chairman Burns, republi
can state committee, concedes New
York to Wilson by 100,000.
New York American says looks like
'loft in New Hampshire.
Chicago—192 precincts out of 1498
in cook county for governor Dunne,
democrat, 21,958; Deenen, republican,
1216S Kunke> 11 049 _
Boston—Tlte Globe concedes elec
tion of Wilson and Foss.
New Y'ork—Herald says Hodges vote
outside city exceeds Taft's by several
Portland, Me.—100 out of 521 cities
and towns in Maine comprising 149
out of 634 districts give Wilson 14,063;
Roosevelt, 11, 915; Taft, 7,441.
Butte—All precincts strongly demo
cratic Precincts, 5, for governor, Wil
son, 23; Edwards, 7; Duncan, 71;
Stewart. 219. This is about way vote
appears to be running at present,
i 493 precincs Chicago, Taft, 23,042;
Wilson. 38,971; Debs, 16,506; Roose
vett, 43, S73
j Cincinnatti—Taft leading by large
j plurality in this city. Y\ r ilson sceond,
St. Joseph, Mo.—Democrats have
, made clean sweep of Buchauau coun
ty. Major has majoriay of about 3,500
.will Wilson close behind. Five pre
cincts out of IS Lewis county give
Wilson. 5o4; Taft, 73; Roosevelt, 13;
Major, "05; McKinley, 73; Norton, 14.
Indianapolis—10 precincts out of 150
in Marion county give Taft. 950; Wil
son. .1850; Roosevelt, 1500. The sixth
precinei of the 14th Ward Marion
county give Wilson, 189: Taft, 139;
Roosevelt. 69. For governor, Ralston,
183; Durbin, 38; Beveridge, 75;. Sec
ond precinct ward. Wilson, 1S9; Taft,
124; Rcosevelt, 123.
Indanapolis—Second precinct second
ward for governor, Ralston, 164; Dur
bin, 112; Beveridge, 229.
C'ncinnati— Five precincts. Taft. 475;
Wilson. 394; Roosevelt, 165.
Marquette, Mich. —Rosevelt, 724;
Wilson, 555; Taft, 384.
Chicago—364 precincts, Deneen, 23,
357; Dunne, 43,447; Funke, 21.624.
Indanapolis—14 precincts outside
Marion county give Roosevelt, 850;
Taft, 1555; Wilson, 1632 .
Chicago— Returns from 500 out of
1498 precincts Cook county shows race
for states attorney close. Hayne leads
by 1200, Cunnea runs second, Rinaker,
Louisvile—101 precincts out of 225,
Jefferson county, Wilson, 9760; Roose
velt, 9,649; Taft. 1758.
Owensboro, Ky.,—City proper, Wil
son, 1685; Roosevelt, 960; Taft, 646.
Wilson carries Daviess county by large
Congress—Minnesota, ninth district,
Halver Steenerson, republican, re-elec
Congress—New York, 41st district.
Chas. B. Smith, democratic, elected.
Detroit—48 precincts, Taft, 3007;
Wilson, 2,358; Roosevelt, 1621.
Chicago—56 precincts out of 1493
in Cook county for governor Dunne,
democrat, 14,408; Deenen, republican,
10,356; Funk, progressive, 9.374.
Chicago—Nine out of 17 precincts
Aurora county, Roosevelt, 2,616; Wil
son, 1,052; Taft, 401.
New York Sun flashes Sulzer's elec
Indianapolis—15 precincts Cratv
fordsville, Ind., Wilson, 886; Taft. 515;
Chicago—Cook County—165 pre
cincts out of 1.49S, Rinaker, 11.098;
Hayne, 17,152; Hill, 314; Cunnea. 2.
664; Haight. 7.892.
Salt Lake—District 37, Taft, 172;
Wilson, 132; Roosevelt, 177; Debs, 99.
says state of Ohio democratic by tre
Chicago—409 precincts out of 1364
in Chicago, Roosevelt, 40,800; Wilson,
36,269; Taft, 21,498; Debs, 15,271.
New Y'ork Sun says Cannon probably
defeated for congress. Congress New
Y'ork 42nd district, Driscoll, democrat,
Congress—Minnesota, seventh dist
rict, Andrew Volstead, republican,
YY'ilson carries Florida.
Milwaukee—YY'ith the available re
turns it is conceded YY'ilson will sweep
Louisvile—Sixty precincts out of 265
in Louisvile. Wilson 25,673.
Grand Forks—Wilson leading North
Dakota, Roosevelt close second. Taft
third, returns meagre.
Grand Rapids. Mich—Iioosevel
slight gain city, Taft running third.
Detroit—First nine precincts heard
from Taft, 220; Rosevelt, 119; Wil
son, 131. Eight towns in Michigan
Taft. 1433, Roosevelt. 1428; Wilson,
Minnesota seventh Congress. An
drew Volstead, republican, elected
Ninth district. Halver Steenerson, re
Salt Lake—Five out of 103 districts,
Taft. 1,008; Wilson, 854; Roosevelt,
Boise—Two out of 36 dstricts In
Ada county give Taft, 86; Wilson, 68,
Roosevelt, 124. Governor Haynes re
publican 63; Hawley, democrat, 64;
Martin, progressive, 161.
Newark —Democratic headquarters
claim state for Wilson and ten of
twelve congressmen. They claim ma
jority o n joint ballot for L T . S. Senator
Cincinnatti —Wilson carries Hamil
ton county probably 17.000.
"THE CRIME f
CLAIMS FAMOUS DETECTIVE
STUFFED JURY BOX.
Seattle, Nov. 3.—The Seattle Sunday
Times today says: "The crime of the
century, because of its far reaching
effects, was committed by William J
Burns, the alleged detective, against
several men charged with committing
frauds against the land department of
the Untited States.
Among the victims of Burns was the
late U. S. Senator John H. Mitchell,
S. A. D. Putter, Horace G. McKinley,
W. F. Mays and Willard N. Jones—all
of Oregon and largely of Portland.
"Fiances J. Heney was the special
representative of the government in
these land fraud cases—but William
J. Burns was the man who stuffed the
jury box, and fixed the jurors so that
an absolute certainty of conviction
was assured at the start.
Indeed, the stuffing of the jury box
with specially prepared names which
had been first examined by Burns and
his gang of detectives were so comple
tely antagonistic to the men indicted,
that Burns hin self declared: 'With
such a jury I could convict Christ.' ■
"The Story is one of the mostwrecht
ed ever brought to light of any official,
but it was dug up by the employes of
the attorney general of the United
States, and so carefully presened to
tlie head of that deparment that a
direct request was made by the attorn
ey general to the press to pardon one
of the virimg then in prison.
"Horrible as it may seem. Putter and
Me Kinley had served their terms of
two and a half years each, having pled
< r nilty' to 'jail sentences' under
direct promise by Burns that they
-hould be pardoned within a week
*-ri« »he date of their sentence.
pica cf 'runty* on the part of
and McKtHcy, however, being
'■-Vntjv "as practically
-• r- f><- »» »V-.- '-id been convicted
IW IN PROGRESS
TURKS AND BULGARIANS IN BAT
TLE AT THE GATES OF
Venna, Nov. 4.—Terrific fighting
between the Turk, under Nazim Pasha
and the victorious Bulgarians is in
r'^M r , e88 .. today at the very gates of
Constantinople while inside the city
the wildest rioting is endangering the
safety of the Christian people accord
ing to reports just received here from
the Bulgarian front. Latest advices
were that the Bulgarians were storm
Turkish fortifications at
Tchatalja and rumors are current that
their attack was successful and that
the defeated Turks are being driven
a disorganized mass into the capital.
It is also reported that the rioting in
Constantinople followed an attempt
by the mob to sieze food the govern
ment having commandered almost the
whole supply of edibles in the city.
It is said the mob threatens to over
come the weakened garrison and If
this is true it is feared here that a
general massacre will result.
IDAHO WATER CONTAIN8 RADIUM
Boise, Idaho. Nov. 3.—State officials
here have been informed that analysis
of the waters of the Lava hot springs
at Dempsey, In Bannock county, has
shown the presence of radium. Fu8
ther investigations are to be made to
determine the extent of the deposits
in the vicinity.
The springs belong to the state hav
ing been taken over several years ago
before the rush of promotors came to
Idaho. These waters have long been
noted for their healing power. There
was a tradition among the Indian
tribes, who lived in the region, that
the spirit of Manitou came through
them, and tribesmen were carried
long distances so that they could drink
or bathe in the waters. White men al
so found that they had remarkable
TWO DEAD IN MINE EXPLOSION.
Grass Valley, Cal., Nov. 2.—As a re
sult of an explosion of accumulated
gas in the small working of the Bruns
wick mine, two miners are dead today
and two others seriously injured. The
four men were alone in the upraise
when the accident occurred. The in
jured miners managed to crawl to the
shaft opening and give the alarm. The
bodies of the two men killed were re
covered with difficulty on account of
the gas and bad air. The dead: Harry
Cornelius and YV. D. Nicholas.
PLOT TO ASSASSINATE
DISTRICT ATTORNEY WHITMAN
New Y'ork, Nov. 1.—Rumors of a
plot to assassinate district attorney
Whitman through the medium of thug s
from Chicago's underworld found basis
today when it became known that Mr.
Whitman received the following un
signed telegram last night: "Lookout
for four men coming on Chicago train
4 p. m. Saturday." Mr. Whitman had
previously received a letter warning
him that a plot against his life was on
foot because of his prosecution of
ex-police lieutenant Becker.
GOV.HADLEY MAY BE THE MAN.
Kansas City, Nov. 1.—When asked
here today whether he would accept
the Republican vice-presidency nomi
nation made vacant by the death of
James S. Sherman, Governor Hadley
of Missouri refused to commit himself.
"1 would rather not answer now," said
Governor Hadley. "A successor may
not be necessary. The national com
mittee will decide the question on
November 12th and pick the man."
TO FIGHT BROWN
San Francisco, Nov. 4. —Willingness
to take on Frankie Burns in a Thanks
giving Day battle, if he is unable to
secure a match with Champion Ad
Wolgast, was expressed here today
by Willie Ritchie, who has just re
turned to San Francisco after several
weeks of hunting and fishing at the
Lake county ranch of Billy Nolan, his
by the special jury which Burns had
sent up drilled for that purpose. One
of the most unfortunate of all the vic
tims was the late Senator John H.
Mitchell, who was as innocent as an
angel of the crime charged, but who
was convicted by prejured testimony
before a packed and instructed jury,
every one of whom was an enemy of
"The virdict of 'guilty' broke the old
senator's heart, and he died before
sentence could be pronounced upon
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WILSON NOT 8ER
REFUSES TO HAVE HIS PHOTO
GRAPH TAKEN—HAS BODY
GUARD WITH HIM.
Princeton, Nov. 4.—Woodrow Wil
son, democratic nominee for president,
refused today to allow' photographers
to take snap shots of court plaster
which a surgeon put on his head, fol
lowing an accident caused by his auto
hitting a bump in the road. Dr. Car
nochan said that the gash was trivial
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campaign engagements. Wilson was
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anxious Inquiries as to his condition.
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