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ToU'ME HI1V. _WAXAHACHIF. TRX VS, FRIDAY. NOYK.MBKR hi. 19K5. llK7Kl> BX I XitM CUOXVII XT ! uilSKCUTK KNItOCTt TO WII,LIXMST<»XX V f. . . . . pleasantly When (iifetecl As Oar Next I’resident" llv a Urge and enthusi n'tic Crowd. SHINE C1.1FF. X. Y.. Xov. lo.— Twa president Wilson came aaho.v I -32! the Mayflower emoute to XVII I ■ jjutown, Mi.as., he was greeted as j 8r next president.” Tiie president and Mrs. Wilson iw ohee -ed by an enormous crowd, •-e president was looking fine and :.j wore a happy smile. He had kept informed by wireless re ading the result in California jHjle he made the jon ney by easy ca^es up the Hudson. The party t me ashore shortly before 10 o'clock ad boarded a special train for Williimstown. r i REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN NOT WILLING TO CONCEDE ELEC TION OF WILSON. Till ( nettle Election When Official Count I* Made and Returns All Sent In But Not Until Then. NEW A’ORK, Nov. 10.—Chairman Wleox of the republican national Msmittee never gives up hope so fag as there is life. In a statement pen out at 12:26 today he do tted the result still depends on the r"e of a few of the close states. Upturns thus far annunced are in wt insances unofficial,” he said iad may b<- changed in the official rant required by the laws of the fates. Twice during the count in ■allfornia yesterday mistakes were fade which substantially changed 1 figures previously given out. | •ten, too, the official count almost J Pays varies from the first given | sst." HIS SCHOOL STUDENTS 1EE ELECTION 'MTU FISTS: ftntUJTY OF HALF HI SORED | BINDRED NOSES AM) SCORES CLU'K EYES FOR DEMOCRATS. ■'•'LLAS, Texas, Nov. 10. - Sever-1 'indred students of Forrest Avo- j ^ High school here setled the elec- j - several hours before California , conceded to Wilson. A heated ^ ■ *fal argument between rival far- ! WOODROW WII.SON .IO»\ It. HAIiSHUli nfw YORK November 10_America has chosen Woodrow Wilson president and Thomas R. Marshall vice president for four years on the fale o^etumsTalTablc early^day Only the bares, possibility exisls that a recount and court contests predicted by unyielding republicans can change it. counted up to 10 o'clock today but Wilson’s lead was so commanding it appeared that no mat ter whiuhe result is in te few Remaining precincts Wilson will have a clear plurality over Hughes. There remained only the poss.h.l !ty 0Counting°CaHfopSa’saentire vote foMWson his total in the electoral college—disregarding states which still remain doubtful as to t SSswks swcaaa sssjysss- JSsrete s g«£ss would not be sufficient to elect Hughes unless the republican nominee gamed four votes on a spill in t alitornu. Moreover na.ion to pitss Wilcox’s contention that American people are entitled to know beyond a question their choice^of3th^ nationaf^ecutive°andthat* they ^noderir^fht^Vman in the whfte Rouse whose title thereto has the slightest cloud UPOIThe same incomplete returns which apparently showed the election of the national democratic ticket also indicates that President wi rv.v ivm h-ivf» *i faint maioritv in the senate but an exceedingly close one in the house. There seems to he no question hut that tht 1 s ... . i , l. n niaioritvr of twelve but in the house the margin of democratic control will he so narrow that there Has pos sihiMv'of the ftTSS Ifotter’ parties might hold the balance of power Returns so far indicate the election of one representative from the following parties—progressives, prohibitionists, protectionists, socialists and independent, ___ tions drew prcatically all the male i students into a free-for-all which | tho democrats won by a plurality ot half- a hundred bloody noses, a wore of black eyes and the loss of several teeth. It was a battle royal following a battle of ballots. A fondness for the barrowing de tails is als) difficult to understand. I STATES STEADILY GOING DRY IS II CLAIM; '°KK, November 10 The ^ is steadily going dry 'I'OR to election returns which „ ' '* that four states, including ^ •u . Nebraska, Montana and t ** ^altota These states joined ^ wu-hooze league in Tuesday’s i'o's" aQ^ *'v° °^en' Utah and 4tou ’ governors and legis ^ l< *re pledged to obtain 1 o ,0 procure such legislation, jjj 4i ,a *e" Tot k Governor Whit i ^ ‘ h* a^ked to make gMod on *®*Rt mad* during tha run: — ipaign to the effect that he would! :help obtain legtslaf - that woul l k-rsnt a vote ou the tie; ’ioa-j j With the states listed above • here , 'ore twenty-four where prohibitU > is j in effect oi whore the sale of b( j i is regulated by local option law khus the union has gone dry. In the dry c*>; mu is found the ! states of Al.Ku . Arizona. Arkan sas. Colorado. U*-•<*» ia. Idaho. Iowa. Kansas. Maine. Mi isuippi. North Carolina, North Dakota .Oklahoma, 'Oregon. South Carolina. ashinftrin, |Virginia and West Virgin a [•HUMANY HAH SIFFKHKD liOSS OF MILLION MEN LONDON. Nov. 1 —Germany's count of her dead during the war | will number almost a million, ac cording to official announcement made from the official list received here today. HOPE TO HOLD CONSISTORY I>EC. 4; NEW CARDINAL HOME, Not. 10.—It is officially announced that the pope will hold aj consistory on Dec. 4 v.hen he will i create ten new cardinals. These will ( include Manager Bogganio, formerj apostolic delegate to Mexico. ROCK ISUIO RECEIVER ASKS ! FEDERAL JUDGE'S ADVICE; imiksvt kn<*\v \vm;i.u:t to OIIKA AIMMSUN I ANN <>IS I4i XOKK SAMK, IS « I.AIM. fHICAGO. Nov. 1" Jacob Dick enson. receiver for the Rock Island Railway company, today petitioned; Federal Judge Carpenter for the court's advice as to whether o root the AdaqiKen * Hfetar late shmiM be be\»d \KITHKK OK BIG PAIITIKH WIKI, i HWK 3WAJOK1TV IN THK NKW I'ONGHKhS. WOMAN Ts ELECTED — ItepuMii «n- or l»fiiiiin»l« Willi llw \i<l of llo* Inik’iM-mleiilK Kolllil I!li i t a S|M-;i|tfr of Hit* lloUM'. NKW YORK. Nov. 1 •> The bal- j Mice of power actually rests with lie five representatives of indepen lent affiliations so far as the deuio rats ami republican* are concerned Di. the face of the returns up to noot ioda> Tlie republicans inad • such rains in the election Tuesday t’ at the democratic majority i* cut < > i to a |>oint where the speakership nay be affected. Republican . ha ■> two more representative* in * r house than th* democrats, therefore the halnncin* power is pines.) in the hand* of the fira independent inem hers, which consists of a socialist, p ohlbltionist. protectionist, ndepeu di nt ami pproKrewdve. In addition a woman will sit *»» i< tigress for tin* fils', t> o ill ’’no hi' - tcry of the nation. Miss Jeanette Rankin, accordiiiK to laU returns, ; won a seat in congress from Men-j ten a. The following Is the next hoc so j ltie-up Republican * 2 demo-, dais 2 it. independents '• The present line-up in tli♦* house is j 21!) democrats and 1 itV republican*.! )i independents and 1 socialist A majority in tin* house Is 21*. it takes that many voles to elect a speaker or to enact legislation So either of the big parties will have t«. get tlie good will Of tile five ili tU pendents In the new congress be fore 11 could do business in their own way MUs Rankin, chosen in Mon tana, is a republican but a woman n< \ er-1 lie less. RUSSIAN TROOPS FIGHTING FOR ICUEBNHOOI BRIDGE KIKIIO: KU.HTIVt. IS IIKCORTKI) \U>\<. THR IBM BK SECTION. PBTROfJRAT) Nov. 10.- Russian | troop* ar» no* two ni l** •'••<*t ol Trhnernavoda, fighting for the fam oua bridge across the Danube, tin war office announced today in it: report on the campaign in Duhrudja Rumanians have suffered a reversi at the handa of the invading Austro German forces. They were drlvei four versts southward in the regiot west of Huzeu valley. Rumanian: HUGHES GUM IFTHJMir Ull.l, MIT diMTIlK KI.MTIIIV II \S IlKK X HNU.I.V IdWT TillII OH IS IIMlf.JiV. FEMES DRAWN And III* H(<*p l«ark* Tliut Kln«tl< Sprinic II Hiwl When Hr simtrd On Onifi I niiipnlirn .lour* ury In July. NKW YORK. No\ 10. Judge Hughes took the Immt election re lent* with complete outward calm r.ess He was smiling when* he ap peared shortly after 10 o'clock and exchanged pleasantries with iiersonul and political friends. However the effect of the eonfllct It g emotions were shown by the re publican candidate. His features \ ere drawn and hts step lacked the elastic swing It had when he start id out lust July on a campaign that tt ok him 34,000 miles Hughes hud ndt sent a telegram of ci ngratulatlon to the president earlv today. This was taken as Indicating that he and Chairman Wilcox may delay tludr usual exchange of courte sy until official count Is complete in nil the close states Hughes and Wilcox have not yet conceded Hughes' defeat. Judge and Mrs. Hughes attended a theatre party last night with friends nud saw Win. Collier In “Nothing Cut the Truth." STEAMER SINKS 22 LIVES LOST t J * sMAIJi IUKK1HTKR, ON I.AKK SUPERIOR tJOKS IHIWN IN Mil N III NO SNOW STORM. ONLY ONESURVIVOI Only One of a (Ten of Twenty-Three Item-tied the Nliore In Safety After tile i'liMtllllu Went I Km n. — t’AM'MRT. Michigan. Nov. 10.— ! in a blinding snow storm which itwopt Lake Superior the steamsnip Castilla vent down off Manitou island, with a loss of twenty-two of her crew of twenty-three. The lone survivor was a sailor named Edward Landry, who clung to a life belt and reached shore. He brought news of the dis aster to Eagle Harbor coast guard ! and i search was immediately Insti tuted for surviving members of the , crew. / The Castilla was a small steel fieighter owned by the Frontenac company or Cleveland. She left Du 1 li.th Tuesday for Ashtabula, Ohio. i troops undertook an enveloping of fensive movement In the direction i of Predeal. i ... . ..-g ■ sm m aaca ax cgaagatt— MURPHY, TAGGEHT, SULLIVAN RESPOSIBLE FDR THE SLUMP NKW YOUl a, November iO. Woodrov- W'.ls.Vj* bus been elected president without the aid of New , York. Illinois and Indiana. and, | Isei miriKb without the aid of the, ’three ii.ilitieal bosses of the*-*• slates ('hath*. !•'. Murphy. Tom TakKurt 1 and Hoger Sullivan. The neatest parallel to the case! Iwas that of iSTt> Politician* all I over the country are peeved at the j (failure of the bosses m these stales; to boost the Wilson canipaucn and it is their opinion that there will he ’lean years ahead for all three ao fat 'r.s federal patronage ia concerned. It is believed, however, that the blow will fall heaviest on Tammany, since Ihe democrats have a hunch that the Murphyltes knifed Wilson deep ly. The tremendous majority prom ised in New Yoik city failed dis mally and Indiana ant! Illinois was it disappointment It !s ukreed that Hushes mut have suffered a tremendous cutting in California, since Governor Joha kou, seiiatoiial candidate on the same ticket, ran nearly 300,000 ahead of htui. H is apparent the progressives threw their Influence to Wilson.