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Washington, Nov. 6. —Reports indi cate that President-Elect Woodrow Wilson will have a Democratic con gress with which to inaugurate his policies. From incomplete returns the next house of representatives will be composed cf 283 Democrats, 138 Republicans and thirteen Pro gressives. Senate Will Be Close. The senate will be close and is in doubt. The present membership is made up ,of fifty Republicans, forty three Democrats and three vacancies, Illinois, Idaho and Colorado. The indications are that the Demo crats will have fifty-one senators and the Republicans and Progressives for ty-five. Colorado appears to have elected a complete Democratic legislature, which will elect two United States senators. Massachusetts apparently has elected a Democratic legislature, which will choose a successor to Sen ator Murray Crane. In Delaware the legislature is in doubt; in Nebraska early returns indicate a Democratic landslide and this may cause the elec tion of a Democratic senator from that state. Dixon May Lose Seat. In New Jersey, President-Elect Wilson’s home, a United States sen ator will also be elected. Montana also elects a United States senator, and as the result there is in doubt Senator Dixon may lose his seat. Conservative estimates would indi cate that the next United States sen ate will undoubtedly be Democratic. This will give Mr. Wilson a working majority in both houses of congress. The greatest gains made by the Democrats were in the states east of the Mississippi. In the Wilson land slide his party picked up congression al seats in Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Dela ware. In the central west the Demo crats may haye also gained one or two seats in Ohio, one in Indiana, two in Illinois and one in Missouri. What has happened on the coast is hard to forecast from the incomplete returns at hand. These would indi cate, however, that the Democrats may have invaded the so-called Roosevelt stronghold and taken a few congressmen. Strength cf Progressives. The Progressive strength of thirteen as indicated by the returns, does not really show* the fighting power that they will have in the next congress. Many of the so-called Republican con gressmen in the northwest, on the coast and in the central west, openly espoused the cause of Mr. Roosevelt and will be found lined up with the Progressive forces. TAFT HEARS THE NEWS Receives Intelligence of Democratic Victory at Brother’s Home. Cincinnati, 0., Nov. 6. President Taft received news of his defeat at the home of his brother, C. P. Taft, on Pike street, shortly before dinner. A telegraph office was set up in one of the rooms of the mansion and as soon as the wires were opened at 6 o’clock bulletins telling of Governor Wilson’s election and the Democratic landslide began pouring over the wires in rapid succession. With the president were bis broth er, C. P. Taft, and Mrs. C. P. Taft, Mrs. Louise Taft, Major Thomas L. Rhodes, the president’s military aid, and several personal friends. CHAMP CLARK RE-ELECTED Speaker of House Goes to Washington for Ninth Term. Montgomery, Mo., Nov. 6. —Beyond a doubt Champ Clark, speaker of the house of representatives, has been re elected to congress from this district for the ninth time. His opponent, W. L. Cole, prose cuting attorney of Franklin county, made an active canvass, but he was unable to decrease Clark’s majority. Kentucky Congressmen Mixed. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 6. Berkley, Stanley, Johnson, Shirley, Rouse, Can trill and Fields in the first nine con gressional districts respectively (all Democrats) have received safe major ities. Langley, Republican, in the Tenth district, is without opposition. Seavey, Progressive, in the Eleventh district, is leading and appears to be the winner. Former Speaker Cannon Defeated. Danville, 111., Nov. 6. —The vote in this city is more than two to one for Roosevelt over Wilson and Taft. The indications are that Former Speaker Uncle Joe Cannon went down to de !:- ‘ 4 THOMAS B. uIA.ISHALL Democratic Candidate Is Elected Vice President. wSlgsssl^S'' V X*P%... : . a*-* ;r Milk ._ ROOSEVELT WINS IN PRAIRIE STATE Progressives Carry Common weaSih by 100,000. DUNNE WINS FOB GOVERNOR Frank H, Funk, Progressive Candi date, Makes Surprisingly Strong Run—Democratic Chairman Concedes State to Colonel. Chicago, Nov. 6. —Colonel Theodore Roosevelt carried Illinois by an esti mated majority of 100,000, according to the figures of his manager general, Senator Joseph M. Dixon. Chairman McCombs of the Demo cratic national committee in New EDWARD F. DUNNE. York headquarters conceded that Roosevelt had carried Illinois. Governor Deneen apparently is de feated for governor by his Democratic rival, Edward F. Dunne, who ran like wild in Chicago. He carried Cook county by 60,000. Frank H. Funk, Progressive entrant against Deneen, ran surprisingly strong and disap pointed the Deneen managers in this. Democratic Senators Probable. Illinois may sent two Democratic senators to Washington next year. The Democrats have captured con trol of the house of representatives of the Illinois legislature, it is thought, and have increased their rep resentation in the senate. Control of the latter chamber still is in doubt, but the big lead in the house gives as surance that the party will have a plurality of the joint ballot of the two houses and be able to dictate the choice of the two United States sena tors to be elected in January. James Hamilton Lewis is the Demo cratic candidate to succeed Senator Shelby M. Cullom, Mr. Lewis having received the indorsement of his par ty for the choice without opposition at the April primary. In filling the vacancy caused by the expulsion of William Lorimer from the senate the legislature will be free to make its own selection, inasmuch as the voters have had no opportunity to express themselves in the matter of a primary election. Congressman Rodenberg Leads. East St. Louis, 111., Nov. 6. —In this city, Wilson leads, for president; Roosevelt is running third, but is poll ing more votes than anticipated, as Taft beat him badly in the primary at East St. Louis. Congressman Rodenberg, Republican, leads for con gress in East St. Louis. Roosevelt Gets Vermont. Montpelier, Vt„ Ncv. 6. —Rcosevelt gets the electoral vote cf Vermont. IOWA FOR ROOSEVELT Vote Is Heavy and Colonel's Lead Is Strong. From Returns at Present Available Wilson Loses State to the Pro gressive Candidate. Des Moines, la., Nov. 6. —Estimates on the returns from twenty-six coun ties out of ninety-nine in the state indicated that Roosevelt will have an estimated majority of 4,150 over Wil son. Returns from eighty-nine precincts outside Polk county give Taft 4,645, Wilson 5,865, Roosevelt 7,733. Same precincts in 1008: Taft 12,232, Bryan, 7,072. Complete returns from fifty-six lowa precincts gave Taft 3,167. Wil son 3,628, Roosevelt 4,752. Vote in 1908, same precincts, gave Taft 7,- 900, Bryan 4,836. One hundred and five precincts in lowa, outside Polk county (Des Moines), gave Taft 3,568; Wilson 7,- 150, Roosevelt 9,357. The same pre cincts in 1908 gave Taft 15,255, Bryan 8,729. The vote in these precincts was more than 1,800 heavier than in the last presidential election. Estimated pluralities from seven teen counfries give Clarke, Republican, for governor, 3,750 majority over Dunn, Democrat. SMALL VOTE IN MAINE Wilson Gets 10,000 Majority in Pine Tree State. Portland, Maine, Nov. 6.—The vote in 100 cities and towns in Maine in dicate that Wilson will have a plural ity of 10,000 if the same average is maintained in the state. The total vote as indicated by the cities would be Wilson 50,000; Roose velt 40,000 and Taft 27,000. Portland, the largest city in the state, gave Wilson a plurality of 936 over Roosevelt. There is a falling off in the total vote of the state but re turns show Democratic gains. MASSACHUSETTS FOR WILSON Governor Foss Is Re-Elected by Large Majority. Boston, Mass., Nov. fj. Wilson swept Massachusetts by a vote ex ceeding that of Taft and Roosevelt combined, carrying with him a large portion of the state ticket. Governor Foss, Democrat, is re-elected by a large plurality. Indications are the legislature will be Democratic. Chairman Riley cf the Democratic state committee says: “Wilson will have 80,000 majority in Massachu setts, while Governor Foss will be re elected by 70,000. CASTS BIG WILSON VOTE Ohio Republican Chairman Expresses an Opinion. Cclumbus, 0., Nov. 6. —This state cast a tremendous vote for Governor Wilson. Chairman H. M. Daugherty of the Republican state committee said: “If the Democrats have not elect ed their president this jfear when the Republican party has been ripped wide open all over the land, some member of that party ought to apply for the appointment of a receiver for the party and wind up its affairs.” WILSON GETS 25,000 AT HOME New Jersey Also Choses Ten or Twelve Democratic Congressmen. Newark, N. J., Nov. 6. —Wilson has carried the state. Ten or twelve Democratic congressmen have been elected. The claim is also made that there will be a Democratic majority on joint ballot in the legislature, thus making it certain that a Democratic United States senator will be chosen. Wilson’s plurality is 25,000. ALABAMA FOR WILSON State Democratic Ticket Elected and Congressmen Re-Chosen. Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 6. —Alabama gives Wilson about 80,000; Roosevelt about 20,000 and Taft about 15,000. All Democratic candidates for con gress re-elected, with little doubt of seventeenth district, where John L. Burnett was rushed by Sumter Cogs well, Progressive. Entire state Demo cratic ticket elected. Keystone Republican Congressmen Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 6. —Penn- syfvania congressmen elected: Vare, Republican, first; Graham, Republi can, second; Moore, Republican, third; Edmonds, Republican, fourth; Griest, Republican, ninth; Farr, Re publican, tenth; Hartman, Republic an, nineteenth; Patton, Republican, twenty-first; Laugham, Republican, twenty-seventh; Porter, Republican, twenty-ninth; Kelley, Republican, thirtieth; Burke, Republican, thirty first; Barchfield, Republican, thirty second; at large, Morin, Lewis Wal ters, Ripley, Republicans. Wilson Gets Florida Electors. Tallahassee, Flo., Nov. 6. —This state gives her six electoral votes ‘o Wilson by a big majority. CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of— and has been made under his per fjP*sonal supervision since its infancy. /‘CCccAtM Allow no one to deceive you in this. 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