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VOL. IX. NO. 280.
Returns from 34 pre<imts in Pierre county show the followini; llgures:
Usler, 2,007; I-.-. 1,K1»; Hay, 1,030.
wii ii i-.i'iii-si UM ii'ailniK ".v
• small iii;i: trill in the city |in
cincts, while Hodge is coming
well to tlie front by the country
vote, the fight for the governor
ship of Washington in Pierce
county is yet in douht. Hay, the
Btandpat candidate, is hopelessly
beaten here.
County Auditor Stewart has
just posted a bulletin stating the
progressive party has made a
cli'iin'itweep of the county, the en
tire proKi^Mvi' ticket Ih-lii«
Progressives are assured of 10
representatives and three sena
tors in the state legislature. Dr.
N. Jolldon Croake, the woman
candidate for state representative
from the 37th district on the pro
gressive ticket, won by a large
Jimmy Davis, Harry Phelps,
Arvid Rydstrom, T. J. Bell, Jim
McNeely and the rest of the old
standpat legislature will be left
at home.
Indications are that all the
constitutional amendments have
carried in the county, those on
the initiative, referendum and re
call having polled particularly
The port district, It !s believed,
has been defeated. With 18 pre
cincts counted there were 1,004
against the proposition as against
704 in its favor.
Thirty-four Tacoma and Pierce
county precincts out of a total of
148 give Lister 2,007; Hodge,
1,819; Hay, 1,030. Most of these
are city precincts where Lister
was the conceded strongest can
didate. Hodge, however, is
■growing in favoritism In the coun
try districts.
In 39 city and country pre
cincts Roosevelt polled almost
three times the number of Wil
son's votes. The count of these
precincts shows Roosevelt with
3,133; Wilson, 1,613; Taft, 1,428.
(By United Tress Leased Wise.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.—Advo-
cates of woman suffrage were de
lirious with joy today. Four out
of five states carried yesterday
for the amendments striking the
word "Male" out of the state con
stitutions, was considered suffi
cient cause, and it was stated
that Saturday night's parade up
fashionable Fifth avenue, to be
participated In by thousands of
men and women, representing
every state in the Union would be
a record breaker.
In addition It was opposed T>y
the liquor interests.
PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 6. —Ac-
cording to a compilation of plate
returns at 12:30 p. m., A. W.
Lafferty re-elected to congress;
Ben Olcott is an easy winner for
secretary of state; John D. Mickle
elected state dairy and food in
spector; Clyde Aitchison re-elect
ed railroad commissioner; Robert
Eakin re-elected supreme jus
tice; N. J. Sinnott elected to con
gress from the Second district
and \V. C. Hawley to the first
MILWAUKEE, Wls., Nov. 6.—
Although the socialist party tick
et showed a general increase
throughout the country, the so
cialist cause locally received a
setback in the defeat of Victor L.
Berger for re-election to congress
by about 2,000.
Tacoma Aye.
Buys lots on the west side of
the avenue between 18th and
19th. Paving paid. Lots above
grade. Only four blocks from
Union depot.
Calvin Philips &Co.
til California Bid* Mala IS
Ernest Lister
Ernest Lister, prol>able success
ful candidate for governor of the
state of \\ a.sliin^i.Mi.
<$> ' <$>
♦ Calvin J. Carr Is conceded ♦
♦ to be the only republican ♦
<$> who has a chance on the <s>
<$> county ticket against the •
•$> progressive landslide. With ♦
<$> 67 precincts in at 12 o'clock <£
♦ today Carr was just 49 <$
<S> ahead. Some big bull moose <?>
<$• territory is yet to hear from, <$>
<J> however. <!>
<$> The socialist and prohibl- <S>
<$> tion vote is staggering the <$>
♦ politicians. <s>
<?> Socialists carried many <S>
♦ precincts and were second <?•
<§■ in most of the country and <!>
<$> some city precincts. Noth- <j>
■$> ing but the Roosevelt land- <$>
<*■ slide kept them from being <j>
♦ a real factor in the county <§>
♦ ticket; They will poll ap- <$>
♦parently between 5,000 and <J>
<S> 6,000 votes. Prohibitionists <j>
<S> came near beating the re- •$>
♦ publicans in several pre- <J>
<?> cincts. <$
■$> The Initiative, referen- <?>
<$> dum and recall constitution- <$■
<$> al amendments were popu- <$>
■$> lar with the people of Pierce <$>
<?> county. No totals were se- <$>
♦ cured in the early; returns <$>
♦ but the votes |of precincts <?>
♦ reported showed that these <!>
<S>. amendments were going <$>
<$> through by from three or <»
♦ four to one. <j>
•$> The amendment to allow <$>
♦ county officers to serve more <S>
♦ than two terms seemed to «■
♦be winning by a close vote $>
♦ ' <$,
<B'<?><s><J><J>'®>^<S><j>^>^><j><j>><j><j»^ )
That Was Easy.
Wife (tearfully) — You have
broken the promise you made me!
Husban (kissing her) —Never
mind, my dear, don't cry; I'll
make you another.—Stray Stor
fews Items Prom
the Hicktown Bee
Hen Toiler has been elected
constable again, dod-gast hla
hide. He bought two boxes of
Queen o' Sheba ceegars from
Al Hodder'a pool parlor and
anybody could get a election If
they wanted to spend a tortune,
couldn't they?
There Is a rumor In Hick
town today that Woody Wilson
has accepted a new position.
If It warn't for 'lections and
ball games, Lafe Watertower
says, the men that make magic
lanterns would get pretty skin
ny waiting for a chance to
make an honest dollar.
(By United Press Leased Wire.i
SKATTLK, Nov. 6.—Although
(here is no definite or official Ilg
iires to substantiate it, the indi
cations are today that Krnest Lis
ter, democrat, is elected gover
nor by a margin of probably .">,
iMIO votes, with Hodge and Hay
fighting nock and neck for sec
ond m1;i« i-
The returns, official and unof
licial, thus far counted, however,
are so meager that no positive
prediction can be made. Keturns
from the country districts and
tram Kastern Washington may
change the apparent outcome.
The result was still in doubt
at noon with the three candidates
running neck and neck. Late re
turns, however, show that Hodge
is gaining over Lister, and Hay
is apparently dropping well into
third place. Lister has a small
lead on the face of returns al
ready in.
The majority of the state pro
gressive ticket is probably elect
ed, and the progressive ticket Jn
this county has won.
The democrats generally voted
their ticket Btraight and all can
didates of the party are running
close to Lister.
Forty-five complete precincts of
King county give Lister 1,698,
Hay 1,460, Hodge 1,203.
On the other hand, Hodge has
apparently carried Snohomlsn,
Kitsap and Thurston counties.
The lead gained in the county
may make him a contender with
Lister for first place.
Indications point to a sweeping
victory of Congressman Warbur
ton over Albert Johnson and
Munday. Warliurton leads in all
Pierce county precincts, and with
the vote that is yet to be heard
from in the southwest, which is
strong for Warburtou, it looks
like a sure Warburton victory.
—The dynamite conspiracy trial,
after halting one day to a!low the
jurors to vote, was resumed to
day with the reading of more let
ters alleged by the government to
have been written by the defend
ants to Johu J. McNamara and
Frank M. Ryan. No letters that
District Attorney Miller did not
refer to in his opening statement
were read.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
Belated returns received here late
today from Humboldt county in
dicated that William Kent, inde
pendent progressive, has been re
elected to congress in the first
district. Until these returns were
received the result remained in
doubt, Kent and Judge Zumwalt,
democrat, running neck and neck.
REDDING, Cal., Nov. 6.— Thi
rty precincts in Shasta county, ac
cording to returns received today
give Wilson 1,420, Roosevelt
1,106, Debs 356.
RIVERSIDE, Cal., Nov. 6.
Complete returns from Riverside
City give Roosevelt 3,894; Wil
son. 1,238; Debt, Bl; Chafin, 20-
Taft, 49.
Two thousand men and women
stood In Times Square last night
from dußk until after midnight,
their eyes glued to the big white
screen on which the Times flash
ed the election returns as they
came siziling into the Times of
fice over the United Press leased
With the aid of Remington
typewriters and Wahl adding de
vices, the Times Btaff gave the
returns first, as usual. The coun
ty returns were shown only on
the Times screen.
The cartoon work of Artist
Cory of the Times staff made a
big hit with the crowd, and as
Bull Moose followed the "Jack"
of the democratic party, and as
the weary elephant of the 0). O. P.
♦ Alleged betting on the <$>
♦ game with Everett last Sat- <£
♦ urday by boys of the Taco- ♦
♦ ma High school will be the *
<s> point of discussion at a <S>
♦ meeting of the Woman's <P
€> club this week and the <?>
+ question may extend to the <S>
♦ school authorities. It is said ♦
♦ that many enthusiasts bet <S>
<3> up to $25 on the result of <$>
♦ the game, but it is generally <!>
♦ thought that there was no <S>
♦ alliance of wagers, the in- <8>
*• dividual members putting ■«>
■S> up the money. Coach Per- <f>
<s> kins can state absolutely Q>
♦ that no members of his <f>
♦ team did any betting for <S>
♦ they were under his super- <$>
<$> vision on the entire trip. s>
<?> <S>
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.—"So far
as the influence of politics upon
the stock market for the next Tew
months is concerned," says Fin
ancial America today, "it is sug
gested that It will depend very
largely upon the attitude taTten
by Wall street as to the proba
bility of radical measures being
6.—Wilson carried San Bernardi
no city. The total vote: Wilson
1,639; Roosevelt, 1,365.
Incomplete returns from the
county indicate that Wilson's ma
jority in the city will be annulled
and that Roosevelt will carry the
county by a very small majority,
probably less than 200.
tottered across the white canvas,
the crowd below let out many a
lusty cheer.
News pictures of the Balkan
war and a series of photographs
of Colonel Rosevelt taken on the
occasion of his last visit to Taco
ma were thrown on the screen
from time to time to relieve the
monotony of the election fig
The Times easily scored over
all contemporaries by Issuing
fourteen extra editions (each one
a complete and accurate unit)
last night, and two editions, one
at six and another at eight o'clock
this morning, augmented this
service, which was easily the most
satisfactory ever given in an elec
tion event in Tacoma.
. Not being particularly anxious
to attract further attention to
their methods of doing business,
the loan sharks are quietly send
ing their agents alxiut the city
in tin attempt to "fix" cases where
they bare been nuilty of charg
ing usurious rates of interest.
In some cases a receipt in full
has betil handed to men who a
fortnight ago were called "de
linquents" by the loan sharks
and against whopi all sorts of
dire punishment was threatened
if a comfortable buncu of money
for fake interest charges were
not forthcoming.
Many victims of the loan sharks
continue to come to the Times
office, and in each and every In
stance the rates charged are
usurious and in violation of the
Here is another example:
(By United Press !..■«-. ,1 Wire.)
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.—Based up
on Incomplete returns available at
noon today, J. M. Barnes, nation
al campaign manager for the so
cialist party, estimated the total
vote for the national ticket was
800,000. Four years ago the so
cialists polled 424,000.
"Our largest gains," said
Barnes, "was in Ohio, President
Taft'B state, with the exception
of the showing made in Chicago
in the local fight for the state's
attorney's office, in which Cunea
ran a close second to the demo
cratic candidate.
"We are assured today that J.
Stltt Wilson, socialist candidate
for congress in California, had a
good chance of election, although
definite information was uot to
be had.
"Our reports show that we
made big gains In several state
legislatures, although we are
making no extravagant claims un
til we have the actual results."
Flying High
"Henry," said Mrs. Hornbeak,
anxiously, "I ain't one of those
people who worries very much,
but I don't like the idea of our
%on Arthur becoming one of those
"Who Bald he was going to be
an aviator?" asked Mr. Hornbeak.
. "WeH, here's Cousin Bill writ
ing that We'd better put a curb on
Arthur; Bays he's flying awful
high for a youn« fellow." —Wom-
an's World.
A young clerk went to D. H.
Tolman's office a few months ago
to borrow money; his wife was
very ill and he needed cash for
nurses, a doctor's care and medi
He borrowed from the Tolman
place $72 in cash, for which lie
was required to sinn a coin tact
■greotag to repay the money nr
the rate of $."».»."> for twenty con
secutive weeks.
For $72 the shark demanded
that Ik- he repaid $111) in a per
iod of live months; this is chain-
In^ interest at the rate of more
than BM l'Kll CKNT A MONTH.
This victim has already paid
the Tolman outfit 188.80 —which
is about $7 more than the shark
Is entitled to by law; now he Is
hounded at his place of business
for the "balance" of the $119 and
he is fearful of losing his JoT>.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Nov. 6. — Former
United States Senator John L.
Wilson of this state, died sudden
ly at a hotel at Washington, D.
C, according to a message receiv
ed this morning by the Seattle
Post-Intelltgencer, a newspaper
owned by him. Heart disease
was the cause. Senator Wilson
had toured some of the eastern
states, speaking for President
Taft. He spent election day In
Washington, and was on his way
with his family to visit the Pa
nama canal when death came.
—The body of former United
States Senator John L. Wilson-of
Seattle, who died here today of
heart failure, will be taken to his
former home at Crawfordsville,
Ind., tomorrow.
An Enduring Epluode
"I suppose you and your wife
can remember your first quarrel,"
said the meddlesome person.
"Remember it!" returned Mr.
Growcher. "I should say so. It
Isn't over yet." —Washington
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<?> lowa latest returns show that Roosevelt has carried that <&i
'!> state. Revised figures show the following standing in the elec- <•!
♦ toral college up to date: • 41
•$> Wilson, 412; Roosevelt, 99; Taft, 20. «
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Born nt Staunton, Vn Dec. 28, Ih~.ii
(iarduated from Princeton coll«-(;«« ls;<»
(>rii(luatc«l from (lie law dept. of Univ. of Virginia IHK2
Practiced law nt Atlanta 1KH;I
Married Helen Louise .Vxson of Savanah IKsr,
Itccnino professor of political economy, llryn Mnwr col.. 1885
liecainc professor of political economy at U'esleynn nniT.. tHHH
Became professor of jurisprudence and politics Princeton 18(M>
Became president of Princeton university UM>2
Elected governor of New Jersey on the democratic ticket 1»I1
Itecvived deinocrulic nomination for president of I. H.. . HUH
Author of numerous works on political oconomy and American
(JBy United Press frf'nsetl Wire.)
NEW YORK, Nov. C.—Realiza
tion of just how great a victory
they had won, came to the dem
ocratic hosts of the nation to
day. Last night they had sensed
victory and rejoiced, but today
the scope of what it meant was
dawning on the laeders and every
one of the party chieftains was
solemn in the face of the respon
sibilities the?" w'!l -nrtw be re
quired to shoulder. , _ .■ -
Wilson and Marshall bad car
ried 3~> of the 4S stateß in the
Union. In the others they had
run second and gome of them
were recorded against democracy
liy comparatively narrow mar
gins. In Pennsylvania and Mich
igan the vote was very close, and
these two states represented a to
tal of 53 votes in the electoral
Wilson goos Into power with a
combined democratic senate and
house behind him. This means
that he will be able to enact
whatever legislation he and tne
party chieftains believe necessary.
Wilson is expected to assume
the leadership of his party In both
houses of congress Immediately.
He is on record as declaring that
he believes when the American
people commission a president to
follow out a certain line of action
they expect him to make good.
And those who know Wilson best
expect him to make specific
recommendations to congress and
then if that body doesn't act. to
go directly to the people for need
ed support to put tthrough the
suggested plans.
It was this fact that caused the
democratic leaders to take stock
today. The returns from the
various states were analyzed and
their meaning sensed. The Wil
son landslide had been great
enough to carry Into office demo
cratic, state tickets in many states.
Even where Wilson had failed to
get through, the swing had gone
on, and Michigan and Illinois,
carried by Roosevelt, elected dem
ocratic governors.
iMassachußctts gave Wilson ap
proximately 25,000 piuraltity and
emphasized its liking for Eugene
M, FOBB by tacking 20,(100 to this
figure for the democratic gover
Maine, which had failed to re-
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elect its democratic governor at
the recent election, swung bade
into line for the next president,
and Wilson had the state safely
in his grip from the moment the
first returns began to make their
Wilson and Baldwin wers
names to conjure with in Connec
ticut, the national ticket helping
the state and aiding In legislative
Ail cougreitsional gain*. New
York showed the tremendous
strength of the democratic move
ment. Wilson bad a plurality o(
200,000 on the face of the unof
ficial returns, the vote beiog:
Wilson, 072,8(58; Taft,
4(15,4541; Jtoosevelt, .tSl.itiii.
The bitter flght waged by the
progressives to wrest second place
from the republicans failed.
Roosevelt carried New York City,
but the straight republican vote
HP state was sufficient to save the
day for the G. O. P.
William Sulzer, the democratic
gubernatorial candidate, ran close
up to Wilson, and the entire dem
ocratic state and legislative ticket
went through by a very large.
(Hy I'nitfil Prens Leased Wire.)'
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.—lllinois
may swing into the Wilson col
umn when the returns are all In.
With but 2,239 of the 4,286 pre
cincts in the state counted, Roose
velt's lead over the presidentt
ek-ct is but 7,800.
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 6. — For
the first time in the count the
vote on the woman suffrage
amendment showed against votes
for women this afternoon. Up
wards of 4(fO precincts la the stats,
Yes, 51,916; No, 52,153.
The suffragists were still con
fident of victory on later returns.
Tightwad—!« there anything
more heartrending than to have it
wife who can cook, but won't!
Dyspeptic— Yea; to have one,
that can't cook, and will.
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