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connection with the demonstration, she vUl distribute free
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urged io attend this special demonstration, beginning tomorrow.
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DEMOCRA TIC CONTROL
.Washington, D. C, Nov. 7. rWith 11 districts yet to be heard from, the com- i
pterion of the lower house of congress after the fourth of next March, -will be ;
293 Democrats, 118 EepublkaBS and 13 Progressives, out of a total membership
af 435. Minus the 11 missing districts, two in California, three in Massachusetts,
two in Michigan, two in Pennsylvania, and two in "West Virginia of which the
Democrats probably have the majority, the standing of the house will be as ,
follows: ' j
Alabama ,.....' ....".....-..-. 10
California .... ............. 11
Colorado . ,. -. - 4.
Connecticut .....V 5
Delaware ...... ?....... ,......... 1
Georgia - 12
Idaho '- 2
Illinois v .27
Indiana .1.. 13
JflDSlS V e e -. f a 'o
Kentucky ..-....-. ,f .. 1
Louisiana,., ... .-. v..-. I... ..;..it";.,,. 8'
Maine ..r.. ...... ...:.. h
Maryland ........ ..1..., .,.....,.....,..,. .6f
Massachuse'fts -.-.. ......-' .i.i .-..;i.. 16'v
Michigan .... . .,. .... 13
Minnesota . ... 1a
Mississippi -....... 8 ,
New Hampshire 2
New Tersev .. 12
jlfew Mexico .... . 1 ,.
KeW JCOriC ... ... ay . . . 2. .... . .49
North Carolina J-i-... Z...iAf7&. .304.
North Dakota .- 3
Ohio v I.. 2fi '
Oklahoma ...'. .-,.-. 8
Rhrule Tclanrl . S . -4 '
South Carolina A. .,U 7, ,."'.-& 7 ;
boutn vazoza ....,.. j: i
Washington . . .
West Virginia ....-.'.....'. v. 6
Wisconsin ' 11
Horace B. Stevens
A SHORT WALK
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r. tori-, r. Jr
a heavy black cans, which otune to
grief on the fourth mile when Capt
Via" McDonald, Texas ranger and
bodyguard, tried to kill a rattlesnake.
The governor spied the snake curl
infC through th leaves and nnlnteif
It out te the captain, who borrowed !
4" - ev.
9 fJ e e
, 5 (
..12. ' .. -
Totals 435 2S3 118 13
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sets of figures, which differ in round
numbers 4M votee or enough possi
bly to altw the result as between
Wfleon atad Soaeevwt in tb atate
both the" PrtwrrCTsivea nd Dtmoerats
demanded a third or referee count of
the Los Angeles city vote today from
countv clerk Harry Lelande.
William H. Thompson, Democrat, for
the United States senate.
St Paul. Mno., Nov." Taiinnesota
wilt go for Heoaevelf by a plurality of
78x120 ft. Corner North Virginia
and Boulevard, improved with
two 7 room brick buildings.
52x120 ft Corner North Oregon
and Boulevard, improved with a
14 room, two story building, lib
75x120 ft. Corner North Oregon
St., between Boulevard and Mon
37x120 ft South 1 Paso Street,
between Overland aad Second.
61x130 ft. On San Francisco
Street, improved with a three
story building; bringing good
rent; liberal terms.
52x120 ft. Corner Wyoming ted
Campbell Streets, improved with
two S room dwellings a fine site
ine Denver and six outside counties
complete, for president, give: Wilson,
69.C67; Tatt, 3CM7; Roosevelt, 41,001. i
Seven -hundred and forty-four pre
cincts, including Denver ana six out-
side oountles Complete for governor, ;
give. Amnions, Democrat, 6W72; Costi
gan, Progressive, 18,336; Park, Republi-
can. 31,158. j
The complete vote in the 182 or.'- I
cinets In Denver for president is: Wil
son, SC.4BJ; Taft. 2118; Roosevelt, 21.
10 J; for governor: Amnions, Democrat,
1 jf 1 nj& jMrffr g'i wft ,iriin
tMla.l4 IWOUS&U, 1 IViilHlIV,
Harks, Republican, 7682.
j it out te the captain, who borrowed Denver, Colo., kot. l. Keturns re-
in doing so. broke the cane. cinets in the state out of 141J, includ-
I i iA(rj.MA'M .. it- lh i a v..... l.v TlenTTAo nl afv rtut ciHa mimtfae
i w vnanvn wiu emiaratea nun,
he said. The strain of th.e campaign.
vne ezciiement ox election day and the
cUmax with its spirit of congratula
tion and merrymaking had kept him
pretty much Indoors of late. It was
with a long stride and vigorous swing
that he set out from his home through
the university campus to the wooded
stretches of country south of Prince
ton. Professors and their wives waylaid
him as he turned his steps through the
town and congratulated him. Many
little children came running to meet
him. It was sundown when he
reached his home- There he received
the correspondents in his study.
No Statement to Hake.
Tm afraid there is not going to
much news nowadays," he said, but
one of the reporters remarked that
some newspapers already were pub
lishing the probable personnel of his
"Then I guess I had better not read
the newspapers," he said, lauglingly,
"so as not to prejudice my mind."
He was asked if he had any further
statements about his election.
Tm done with statements," he said
with a grimace. "Now Tm going te
do a. lot of thinking: not that 1 harai't
done so already, but there will be a '
verier opportunity now to think out
the solution of the problems that are
to be met"
Helena, Mont., Nov. 7. Republicans
and Progressives conceded today that
Woodrew Wilson had carried Mon
tana by a big margin, that T. J. Walsh,
Democrat, had been the voters' choice
for United States senator and that
Thomas Stout, Democrat, has been
elected congressman at large and S. V.
j .Stewart, Democrat, governor.
Republicans still refuse to concede
the election of John M. Evans, Demo
I crat, to congress. They hope that de-
iajed returns will overcome his pres
I ent lead.
I On fragmentary returns it appears
1 the. referendum measure to repeal the
law providing for the state militia has
In many of the outside counties the
count has proceeded so slowly that it
istprobable definite figures from these
districts will not be available before
the official canvass.
The figures available indicate that
Wilsons plurality will
35.040. The entire state Democratic
ticket undoubtedly has been elected, to
gether with Keating and Taylor, con
gressmen at large, and Kindel and Sel
domrldge, congressmen from the fi-3t
and second districts. That the Demo
crats have elected a sufficient number
of state senators and representatives to
insure the selection of ShafrVJi and
Thomas as United States senators ap
pears certain, figured on the meager
32.848; j been successful and that the initiative
iiitMure iirvviuiug iur uiicvl cicvuuu
of senators preferential votes for pres
ident and the limiting of campaign ex
penditures, have carried.
Greer's Electric Garage
vrUl neTc to their new ball ding,
968 X. Kansas, Nov. 16.
We have an expert battery man
uptodate equipment All work guar
anteed. I'boac 36S4,
BREAKS HER SHOULDER.
Rev. L. R. Millican. of Allamore, Tex,
this county, brought Mrs. Millican to El
Paso this morning suffering with a
broken shoulder. She fell from the I
porch of the section house at Allamore
last night and sustained the injury.
They are at Hotel McCoy, 'where Mrs.
Millican is receiving treatment
FKRGUSSOX CARRIES QUAY;
AMENDMENT VOTED DOWN.
Tucumttari, N. M Nov. 7. Fourteen
out of twenty-one precincts in Quay
county gives Wilson 1235, Taft 273,
Roosevelt 25 ; Fergusson TT1, Jaffa
333, de Baca 87. The vote in the county
will probably be againat the amend
ment of the state constitution requir
ing a knowledge of the English lan
guage to hold office. The road bond
issue probably carried. The entire vote
was a Democratic gain over the last
SeWtfevt-estera Fiiel Ce. Full measure.
RUPTURE EXPERT LEAYING
Sector Novr at tfce SfceMoa, Here One
F. H. Seeley, the noted truss expert,
who has been stopping at the Sheldon
hotel, will remain in El Paso one day
longer, this Friday only. He says:
"The Spermatic Shield Truss closes
the opening in ten days on the average
case, producing results without surgery
or harmful injections." Mr. Seeley has
documents from the government Wash
ington, D. C, for inspection. Anyone
interested will be shown the truss or
fitted if desired. (Adv.)
WIIiSON- CARRIES ARTESIA;
DEBS GETS MORE THAN TAFT
Artesia, N. M., Nov. 5. IB the elec
tion here 405 votes were cast, of which
Wilson received 316, Roosevelt 119;
Debs, 44. and Taft, 31. Fergusson re
ceived 234 votes. Jaffa. 68, and DeBaca,
41, and Eggum, 37. There were 186
votes against and 72 votes for the con
stitutional amendment For bond issue,
259 votes were cast in favor of the is
sue and 99 against it At the last elec
tion Fergusson carried the box by 260
REPUBLICANS CARRY BBLEN
IRECXNCT BY GOOD LEAD
Belen, N. M., Nov. 1. The vote for
electors in Belen precinct was: Re
publican, 168: Democratic, 88; Progres
sive, 24; Socialist 22. In the vote for
congressman, the Socialist candidate
ran third, the Progressive party poll
ing the smallest vote of alL The vote
for confTcrman was: Jaffa, Republi
can, ICC; Fergusson, Democrat 101;
Baca, Progressive, 22; Eggum, So-,
for hacks, automobile, baggage wagons,
livery or heavy transfer. Always on
the job. Finest equipment in the south
Complete returns from Baca, Bent
and Huerfano counties and with two
precincts missing in Xxs Animas and
two In Prowers, show the election of
McHendrie, Democrat aad Progressive,
over Hunter. Republican, by COO, and of
Hendrick. Democrat and Progressive,
ever Hendershot by 660.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 7. Reports to na
tional Democratic headquarters ac
cording to Jos. Davies are that Wilson
has a substantial plurality in Illinois
With 32 counties missing. The missing
counties, are in southern Illinois, which
have been consistently Democratic.
The total vote in Cook county for
president is: Taft, 79.924: Wilson. 138,
223; Crafin. 3227; Debs, 57.761; Roose
Roosevelt according to complete
count in Cook county, has a plurality
over Wilson of 38.256.
Wilson, -according to returns received
up to 2 o'clock, has overcome Roose
velt's lead in Illinois and, with 6C3 pre
eincts to hear from, has a plurality of
Returns up to 2:45 p. m. from all ex.
cept 376 precincts in the state give Wil
son a plurality of 7186 over Roosevelt
Wilson's plurality outside of Cook
county, is 46,443. The missing pre
cincts are so scattered that no estimate
can be made on them.
Reno. Nev.. Nov. 7. Partial returns
approximate ! from 170 out of 251 precincts in Nevada
stuuw turn, iwwgqj., ncijituiivaa, nM i
lead of 698 votes for United States
senator over Plttman, Democrat His
home cotanty, Washoe, gave hlmna plu
rality of 728. Pttman led by a --good
margin last night
Key Pittman, Democrat, apparently
has been selected by Nevada to fin the
place in the United States senate for
merly occupied by the late George S.
Nixon. Returns- from 18 out of 261
1 precincts throughout the state give for
senator: Pittman 6061; Massey (R.J
4663; Summerfleid (P.) 856; Steele (So-4
cialist) 138 i.
For president the state went for Wil
son by a heavy plurality, the vote from
the same precincts beinpi Wilson 5171,
Roosevelt 3614, Taft 1967. Debs 237S.
For congress it appeared to be a
close race between Tallman CD), and
Roberts (R.). the figures being: Tall
man 4582, Roberts 4464. Springmeyer
P) 1268. Warden (S.) 2625.
Concord, N. H-, Nov. 7. The Repub
licans will have a majority ot 16 in the
legislature on joint ballot, according
to returns today. The legislature will
be called upon to elect a governor and
United States senator.
The voters failed to obooee a chief
executive, no candidate receiving a majority.
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errors found in the unofficial count, the 1
race between congressman Nicholas
Longworth, Republican, and Stanley E.
Bowdle, Democrat, for congress in the
first Ohio congressional district, is in
The first returns gave congressman'
Longworth a plurality of a little over
1 600 votes but the official count begun
by thfr board of elections today Indicat
ed a mistake had been made In estimat
ing the unofficial returns and that
either man still had a chance of being
Socialist state headquarters today
claimed that the Socialist vote in Ohio
ran close to 100,000. In both Cuyahoga
and Lucas counties the Socialists claim
Debs received a larger vote than Taft.
Recounting of the ballots of Hamil
ton county by the election commission
has aut Stanley Bowdle, Democrat
slightly in the lead of congressman
Nicholas Longworth. with a few PM
cinctf yet to be counted. Longworth
will not ceneede defeat, however.
Portland. Ore.. Nov. T. With but
one-fifth of the ballots counted outside
Multnomah county (Portland) and less
than 40 nredncts complete in Portland,
Cov.AVilson's success in Oregon is as
sured' by a probable plurality of SOO0.
TheNsanatorlal contest between Sell
in. Bepublieaa: Lane. Xemocrat. and
Bourhe, independent, incumbent, has
developed into a race between the for
mer tWO. Lane has a laaA af ! ih.n
The eonerreaemMi i lsTn.it - vi
district. Hawley RJl Incumbent; sec
ond district. Sinndt (Republican); third
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EL PASO, TEXAS
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LOOTS ST. J. THOMAS,
Seety. sad Geol Mgr.
lette. Republican, 440 plurality over T,
U. Goodwin. Progressive.
The legislature is Republican.
Wheeling. W. Va,. Nov. 7. Returns
from 562 precincts out of 16S1 in West
Virginia give Wilson 33,150, Taft 1,-
S3S, Roosevelt 31.786.
For governor. Thompson. Democrat.
got 33.910; Hatfield. Republican. 35.45$.
These precincts give th following
vote oa the prohibition amendment:
For, 43.419; against. 19,933.
Milwaukee, Wis.. Nov. 7. Governor
Francis EL McGovern, Republican, has
carried Wisconsin, according to latest
Wilson has carried the state by a
from S7 out of 71 counties i Wiscon
sin, as received y Reublieaa state
chairman George s. Scott, give Mc
Vovern. Repuhlicaa. for goveraer, a
lead of about SM6 votes, Mr. Scott
says the remaining counties stftt to be
heard from are Reuiblican strong
holds, and he bases KcGovera'g final
plurality at approximately 50-
Trenton. N. J., Nov. 7. Woodrow
Wilson carried New Jersey, his home
state, by a plurality between 30,000 and
35,000. accbrding to late returns. Theo
dore Roosevelt, running sXoond. led
president Taft by about 55,000 votes.
Cheyenne. W o., Nov.
7. The fight
Indianapolis, Intl. Nov. 7. Early es
timates that Wilson would carry In
diana by more than 100,000 plurality
were borne out when "returns from 80
of the 92 counties; most of them of
ficial, gave him a lead of 101,019 over
Roosevelt. The latter leads Taft -by
The Socialist vote was about 26,000.
I 1BW MEXICO.
Albuquerque, ft. M., Nov. 7. With
practically complete returns from
Tuesday's election in New Mexico, Wil
son appears to have carried the state
by a plurality of 3000: H. B. Fergusson.
Democrat, was reelected to congress by
.The half million state bond issue for
good roadg 'carried by 5000 and the
amendment to the constitution repeal
ing the language Qualifications clause
was defeated by 360.
The estimated total vote in the state
for the three presidential candidates
was: Wilson, 15,100; Taft, 11,258; and
Philadelphia. Pa.. Nov. 7. Returns
from 4838 election districts out of
6953 in Pennsylvania give Taft 229.087,
Wilson S00.937, Roosevelt 328.478.
Among the missing districts are
more than 300 in Allegheny, which are
expected to increase the Roosevelt plu
rality. SOUTH DAKOTA.
Sioux Falls, a D.. Nov. 7. With pres
ident Taft eMminated in South Dakota
and only half the slate heard from.
Roosevelt is leading Wilson by about
5000 votes, and the indications are
that Roosevelt carried the state by a
majority estimated at 5000.
One thousand precincts in the state
civo Roosevelt 20.490. Wiliuin i-
jonnaon. uemocrat, for governor, 20,
248: Byrne, Republican. 21.344.
for United States senator is close. Un-
J official returns this morning from Uinta
county give uie Republicans six ma
jority on joint ballot, and senator War
ren's reelection is assured.
Seven counties unheard from for
president, leave Wyoming in doubt as
to whether Wilson or Taft will get the
electoral vote. Figures are coming in
very slowly and no counties have been
completed on the head of the ticket.
It looks like Taft.
The Democrats claim the election of
John B. Kendrick by five majority.
Democratic- state chairman Hopkins
concedes tbe election of congressman
Frank Moadell. Republican, by 2000
plurality. One hundred and sixty-one
precincts out of a total of 472 in Wy
oming give Taft, 4078; Wilson, 4273:
Roosevelt. 2138. On the same basis in
the rest of the precincts, Wilson will
carry the state by 500.
SMceotaxG chakck is stjli,
VKSmSS ASAJWST JOHNSON.
Chicago, m., Nev. 7. Th feeeral
grand jury investigation of Jack
Johnson, negro heavyweight pugilist,
was expected to close today. Prepar
ations had been made to release Lucile
Cameron, the white (M who has been
held in $25,000 ball as a wttaose. It
is said that Miss Cameron's tesmony
that she came voluntarily from Min
neapolis to Chicago will relieve the
negro of prosecution un4r the white
Other cases are pending Jomason
in the municipal and fegerai Wjgt
the latter on a charge of smuggling
a pearl necklace into this country
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Dee Moines, Iowa, aov. 7. Woodrow I -vviv vnnK
"Wilunti'a nlnnlltir in Inwa with oil I "1" lu'm'
but seven counties tabulated, is 16.000. I New York. Nov. 7 A Wilson
For governor, 'Clarke, Republican, is I of over 200.
leading Dunn. Democrat, by 2000. The
legislature will be Republican, insur
ing senator Kenyon's return to Wash
ington. The Iowa congressional delega
tion will be composed of eight Repub
licans and three Democrats.
Topeka, Kans., Nov. 7. Later returns
today from Kansas increased Woodrow
Wilson's plurality over Theodore
Roosevelt and that of Wm. Thompson,
Democrat, for United States senator,
over Gov. Jstubbs, Republican.
The fight for governor between Ar
thur Capper, Republican, and Geo. H
Hodges. Democrat, had narrowed down
to a few hundred votes. Ninety-six
counties out of 106 gave these plurali
ties: Wilson, 12 000; Thompson, 10.500;
InirrniJi W K Slubb- H-.'ihllf.in
admits that h' has been defeated b
0 votes over Taft. a Taft
lead of 60.000 over Roosevelt and a
similar alignment of parties in the
general gubernational vote is the re
sult in 'New York state.
The presidential plurality is the
largest New York state has ever given.
The totals follow?
For president, Wilson, 648,06: Taft.
r7,274; Roosevelt, 381.900; Wilson's
For governor, Sulser (Dem.) 649.806.
Hedges (Rep.) 444,682. Straus (Prog.)
391.663; Sulzer's plurality. 205,124.
New York City gave Wilson a plu
rality of 124.6SS over Roosevelt, who
ran second in the city.
The party appears to have won the
most substantial control it ever had of
U, Nov. 7 As
a iL-suH of
Nashville. Tenn., Nov. 7. Returns to
day assure Gov. i u...t.. ttenublican, of
a plurality of 6000 over McMillin, Democrat.
Seattle. Wash.. Nov. 7. Roosevelt's
plurality over Wilson in Washington Is
estimated at 25,000.
Ernest Lister, Democratic candidate
for governor, was elected by a plural
ity estimated at 8000.. over Marion K.
J. A. Falconer and J. W. Bryan. Pro
gressives, are probably elected con
gressmen at largo over the Republican
candidates by 5000 plurality. In the
first district one-sixth of the precinc ts
give congressman William K. Hum
phrey. Republican. 1600 pluraliu over
Charles G Heifner, Democrat. In one
seventh of the precincts in the second
district, congressman Stanton Wat-burton,
Progressive, has 230 plurality over
Albert jonnson. KepuDUcan. One-rourth
O' tnr rrp i irts in tni' third
gii cmigiisbmdu William L. 1
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov.
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