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-, i t-Hk" 'W-1$f$ffi , '.'t- f ' '. ilkH? :;.--.. 4i?" .;$ fxVIII. ' 8ALWM. ORMOON. WMflDAYI&VKMBER 3, 10PH , . , - . ..' XO. 810 j fTY OF SAVAfNA, N; Y., IS WTROYEDBY CONFLAGRATION BALLOTS IV THAN EVER CAST TODAY t- BTOKt IN THE HIST9.ft;fflSWiS IOGRATS AND PUBLICANS OUT IN" FULL FORGE-WISGON- SIN AND UTAH SAFE FOR TAFT-MARYLAND REPORTED GONE FOR BRYAN-S FROM OTHER PARTS AHOMA DEMOCRATS ' PROPHESIED TOO MUCH Itbrle, Okln., Nov. 3. A heavy flr voto today marked tho i flnt oportunlty to participate Initlonal election. In dlcatlotu j to the fact that tho prediction 'Democrat victory la probably S ARE VOTING SPLIT TICKETS i Moines. la.. Nov. 3. Roporte til portions of tho state lnd)cato in unusually Ticavy voto will bo i during tho day. Excellent br conditions aro Inducing- tho s to turn out early. balloting Is proceeding slow- Lie his taken to Indlcato that a deal of scratching 1b bolnc II RgPUBMCANS CLAIM RIO VICTORY Bt Lake, Utah, Nov. 3. Bnslng statements on recont political Eopjnents, nopubllcans today nro cling that Utah will go Repub- 1 6r the biggest voto cast In tho of tho state. W VOTE IN JACKSON ' COUNTY dtord, Or , Nov. 3. Reports' ouUlde precincts Indlcato that cuiuaMv heavy voto Is bolng caBt kwn county In Medford tho a 'ed early nnd voters hnvo bJ the nolllng places over since. TICKET 11KIXO VOTED IN SEATTLE Wn '- ov. 3. Unlike all o cara a heavy early Voto Is PorJ Voters aro taking a P lime thnn usual, showing that reic-a''iiK it Is stated that wpuli'l-ans will vote for Bry- Ipre-Jdenal Motors hut tho re- "r of f ticket will bo1 voted ht cotitral committee today predicted n plurullty of 100,000 for' Taft nnd Shormnn. REPORT HAYS DRY, AN HAS CA-.IUEl MARYLAND Dnltimoro, Md., Nov.. 3. rAt 1 'o'clock this nftornUdn three-fourths of tho entire voto of tho city had boon cast. Reports from all over tho ntnto in dlcato that Bryan will carry Maryland. 8an Diego, Cnl., Nov. 2.-A heavy (voto Ib being cast today tghtjhout Saa Dlogo couHty and it IjTMlSjuJed mat the Kopuniicans will carry,-this city by 3600 votes. SOAR VOTI.VO MACHINE LOSES (FOR DEMOCRATS Minneapolis, d, Ndv.. 3. Bo- causo tho votln-gmacnlnes used hero. wero not inndo by union labor, many labor union men rofusod to voto at tho oloctlon todny. Bryan nnd onnson loso through this. Topokn, Kato.,. tsov. 3. A heavy voto Ib bolng polled In Kansas today. Tho farmora aro manifesting an un oxpectod interest in tho election. ,. T.REMENDOU8 VOTK , CAST IN INDIANA Indianapolis. Iud., Nov. 3. Tfte heaviest voto In uio'hlstaryof Indi ana is bplog polled touny, according to Indications. .Tho usual motlid'ds of Induclngcvotora to como out.'woro provided, hut woro unnecessary,' ns tho polls were crowded before, tho worxeni couiu gut aruunu. at 10 o'clock tfala morning. Tho us ual Republican plurality is predicted. N I V. YORK TOWN IS JHINED ELECT 1 0 N MIX-UP RESULTS ENGLEBART GROCERY IS RANSACKED Poinoaa, Cal.. Nov. 3. Prom in- dlcatlons the voto will b'o the heaviest over caBt in Pomona. Thero Is little scratching bolng done. J K San Bornardlno, Cal,, Nov, 3j Moro than half tho vote In San Bor nardlno county waa polled by noon. Republicans loadjM "jE.i(rt'.-' (Continued on pago 8.i . Del ted PrM l-ed WK Syracuse, N. Y Nov. 3. Appeals (for help to fight a flro raging In tho tows of Savanna, near hero, hnvo been received. It la roportod that tho town is practically dostroyed. Flromon from lydo nnd Lyons wdre sent to aid in lighting tho . (lanes, but with little avail. ' Tho flro started In a bake shop and quickly consumed nlno houses on both Bides of Main street. It Ib CBttmatod that tho loss will reach 1100,000. Tho destruction of ovoy business block and of homes has rained a qu anils n af how votos enn bo cast. Wires aro down and details of tho flro aro lacking. ,- ' 4TIioidrriion prlesta . kh.vn In stmctcd tholr followora to vote the. Republican tlcktt. VOTK Hi WY; TICKETS iir.'ivn opi.it pam!i;j (j jV sgn.thin., nU I be featuro of the Ohfri Ion todav Renorta at tiU tntn UlrtPm -f Kn.K ..- .J.-.. . ... uuui imiiies inuicaie i heavy voe la hAin nniin nNi Ui state KKIl APPARENTLY IK)ES KfTI.' UPiiiirninui Wniwtl, O, Nov. aH.tn,. B- Forakort whn hx iioim promiBeat figure in the cam I Probbly got considerable sat n om ol voting today... He.wAs ' cory ana remained In 0 a lone time. vMnni n. 8reat amont of scratching. OiW IX NEW YORK i FOR IT.TPAT. vvrnm ti i v 3 Twenty-eight - ' " on barges of Illegal k treaty conRldirni.i v,.. P0h Commtal r. , wort B'.iham nnH i. ,. Jb .the election officials for arrest, oi' the nieri; Who -"T wauenged at thepolU. Uva. Yi v- . . 01 the Republican state VIOLENT ELECTION IN ST. LOUIS St. Louis. Mo.. Nov. 3. Slugging, rowdy'sin nnd vlolonco markod tho election hero today. Otto Burdhardt, u Judge of ono of tho river wards. was b!-dly bouton on route tQ tho polls, and n police guard was called ox to potoot voters. Returns from various seouops oi tho sUt elndlcato that a heavy voto is bolng polled throughout :Mlssourl. VOTE IN PORTLAND EXCEPTIONALLY IJOIIT Portlund, Or., Nov. 3. In splto of th.o prevailing sprlng-llko weather, with tho Bun shining brightly, the election In Portland today Is, bo qulot that thoro Is .very Uttl eto Indicate that the people of the city are vot ing for a President. Denver, Colo., Nov. 3. Reports from throughout the Btnte at noon today indicate that a heavy vote is being pollod. The loaders . on both sides aro claiming tho state, Lbs Angeles, Cal., Nov. 3. Scratching and exceptionally heavy early voting were features of the election day hero. Chicago, Nov. 3. At 2 o'clock this afternoon the party agents Jald that more than 75 per cent of the vote of tho city had been cast. SOME IMPORTANT. EVENTS, Tho Republican and Democratic party campaign chalrmon still stick by tholr1 claims far overwhelming majorltlcu. It is clalmod TaR will got 325 olectoral votes; whllo Bryan men assort tholr standard boar or will bo elected by a bigger landslldo than put Cleveland In tho presidential chair. . . , ,., Portland .police nro making .arrests of thoso. mnkjng public oloctlon bota,, . '' ' ''','' Republicans claim Tnft will carry NowYork by 75,000, and I'tghoa by 30,000. ' ' l' .; '"' Taft wound upjila campaign with a. speech at Yquhgstown, Ohio, where ho wao. given a tromondous ovation Ins't.rilght. ' . There is llttlo doubt, oxnroHjed but thut Oregon, Washington and California w II give good mnjorltles to Taft. , It Is rumored that' Chancellor von Buolow will persist In .baying hli resignation accepted despite tho opposition of the kaiser and others." Mrs. HulrtB ay that her husb.md', Captain Peter C. Halns, and his brother, T. Jonk't. Halns. have garbled, her letters In an effort fo blacken her chnrncter and save themselves. - . Tho nnuexntloti of tho east sldo district to the city of Portland Is Involved In today's olectlon. POWERFUL BALKAN t FEDERATION PLANNED BY BOLD THIEVES LAST NIGHT A. A.Englebar't's grocory atore yn Twelfth street wsa entered boiho tlmo last evening by unknown por sons, and 30 in monoy, several boxos of cigars and various other ar ticle of moro or less value stolen. Bnglobart does no tkaow at what time his Btortj was robbed, or In what manner the thieves .gained ac- cou, unless It whs through the as sistance of a pass koy, as no doora were tampered with, nor were the windows broken open, or in any way damaged, , Every till In the. establishment was broken Into, nnd papora- Btrewn ovor tho floor. Tho safe, In which Englobart deposits hlB dally earn ings from tho Btoro, waa left open nnc tho robbors completely rnn- Backed.lt, taking everything of valuo contnlned, wltW tho fcxeoptfori' of W Hack of nickels and dimes, which wero evldontly overlooked, nnd woro loft lying' on tho top of tho Bafe, Tho proprietor cannot account for tho bold pleco of work, ns his room ing quartora nroln closo proximity of the atoro, ob well as the homes of sovornl othor vory. near residents. About 9 o'tileck test ovenlng Bhor Iff Hnrry Mlntb received n phonp call from a' resident on (he Asylum nv.onuo ro(i(l, Informing him tlnt tyo vory suspicious charactors wore making thonisolvea nottcenhlo by tholr peculiar actions bbH tho slier) rt mndo'a visit to that Dart of tho city, but could And ho traco df tho' onod in question. Thby wero probably tho looters of tho Hnglebnrl' Btoro, to which placo thoy went af tor'' finding thomslvos watched whllo. Ill tho vi cinity of the Avenuo rttdro. Tho local officers are working on tho caso and bollore tho parties are still in tho city. GAMBLERS BALLOT IN : NEW YORK ARRIVE IN SPECIAL TRAINS New York, Nov. 3. Tim the race 'track men nre making a desperate fight On Governor Hughe was bIiowr At the polls Ht sunrise of 800 follow erloa of the "ponies," who came here from Baltimore In 14 special cars last night to vot agHlnst the gov ernor who forced the passage of the anti-race track gambling bill. The racing mun are now operatl g at tho Plmllco track, bHt their resi dences aro horo. and they all took plna to register. They predtcted that Hughes would be "burled under a Chanter landslide." It Is understood that the big rac ing Interests hnvo tholr agents at work today throughout tho state, en couraging voters opposed, to HUghee to go to tho polln early. '. Tho racing men said that little 'money would tbwipVaeedvlBBHW.. lde tlul race on account of the heavy odds domaudod. Tho ontlro racing contingent left In tholr special cars for Plmllco at 8:30 o'clock thin morning. They hnvo made oxtoualve arrangements to . recelvvetho returns from tha stale,, as their future practically depends on tho result. A heavy voto from up-stato Is ro portod, and the agricultural districts nro displaying vuiuuuul Interest In' 'bo oloctlon. SIX HURT IN STREET OAR COLLISION Senttle, Wash., Nov. 3. A Madi son stroet enblu enr and a Bellevno Summit enr collldod nt Socond nvon iio nnd Mrfdlson at rout early this morulng and six persons wuru In jurod. Iouls P. Clomonts. ono of tho passongorfl may bo seriously in jured Internally. ' Bakersfleld, Cal., Nov. 3. An early vote today lead .to the predic tion that' the Democrats would carry kern county by COO votes. Santa, Apa, Cal., Nov Jf.Forty per eiiitef .tlj iWr4 'Tatars bf Orange county .h4 cast thslr ballot (United Press Leaed Wire.) ConatantlnetHe) Nov. 3. A Halkan federation under thsultan's prosl deney U the aim of the Bulgarian agrarlau, according to voiled Inti mations of Turkish diplomats here today. It la believed that the federa tion would Jiavet-good, chance to ac quire "supremacy when, the presert mini-try r,eaigo. which it Ib belloved will bob. take place, , Czar Ferdlnawl.backed by Austria will naturally! oppose, the move deu perately. 8utJHuBirU'n ft" oe' coming restless at the discover' that they havo exchanged Turkish suzer ainty for a still more dominating Austrian infltienco and may prefer a confederation under the sultan than an Independence at the whim of Fronz Jof. Agrariaa agents from Bulgaria are reported to have sanded the sultan and several of his advisers and are said to have mot with encouragement In their plan.. It Is believed that Serva and Mon tenegro woufd also be friendly to the union. Jt Is stated their present po- jltlcaliy precarious condition will 'make look with favor on a situation .that a few months ago would bo .deomed Intolerable. I The confederation will cause a set back to tho plains of Austria and Germany and would no doubt pleaao England, Russia nnd France. I The combination would bo better ableto deal with Austria on better terms and if (t Is effected, the Bos nian and Horzegoxlnljan annexation question would bo moro than likely to beopened without muih delay. j The states, according to the Bul garian agrariap plan, would be wbol , ly Independent of one another except In relation fo matters of santuaF'of fense and defense and perhaps Inter state trade. NRJ1IT RAIDERS ' IIKLD TO ANSWER Llttlo Rock, Ark., Nov. 3. Aftor a preliminary hoarlng at onosboro todny, tho 26 men arrested on a chargo of participating Jn u flight riding escapado near thero, oro held to answer, and their cases will go to the grand Jury. A spaclvl &raud Jury has been summoned to tnko up the inuttor, nnd tho hearing will, be gin November 8. KILLS .MAN WITH WITH BLOW Ob'. FIST Seattle, Wash., Nov. 3, Tho Vic Mm of n terrific blow from a man's fist. W. W. King, a young Inboror, of South Boattlo. lies dead at tho morgue. At tho city prison Franlc Paquette, a barber, la held on a charge of murder. Paquette refused j absolutely to discuss the matter, but there -aro plenty of Itnesses, uccord- I Ing to tho police, who are willing to ewear that it w a single blow from I his fist that sent King to his death. TO SUPPLY FARMS "M WIT H ELECTRIC POVkHR RoneNv: Nov. 3. Electrical supplies ..nro boUijif 'forwarded tdduy , to, tho Bound Valley Laud & Paw or Compuny for the purpoo of supply- 'Ing electric powqr, to 100U farma,. nnu ritncnus in i'luniim county, Cal ifornia, fo uocuru thul irrigation by electricity. Qoptrncts for. tho power nro being made, .and tuo company ban servoil notlco to tho fiwnion do scribing tho operation if tha olcotilo pumps. Tho plant of tho compnny U wost of areouvillo, whoro a 900-fjot fall of water is utilized in gnorntlng power. Tho opening of tho power house Will change the lighting vyslows of soverul towns' In tho country from petroleum oil to oloctrlclty. SAFK-HLOWIN (JUAUyiW. , RIO OONFiaOKATlON Seattle Wush., Nov. S.rThftt tho loss of 135,900 In the burning of four stores at Port Orchard, near hero, Is tho result of dynamiting tho' safe of Noyee' grocery storo last night by burglars, hi tho Htntement made by1 detective today. Shortly before midnight an explo sion was heard, and a fow minutes luter fire wus seen In tint grocery store. Beforo tho'flromen could con trol tho flames four hulldinga won gutted. A Koarch of tho ruins urly today revealed the safe with the loo.( blown, o ffand tho door open. A fow vim able papers and n little money whm ' tukon. t ,New York, fov. 3. Weather con ditions throughout tho state aro per fect today, nnd thefo fy f)ory Indica tion of the heaviest Voto cuBt in ytjars. Workers for both parties wero out long before sunrise, und a record-breaking early vote Is report ed from,' allStrecttona.. ' "J 1 i 4 A.