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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1904, Washington, District Of Columbia Washington business men adver- tise in The because it is the paper the people read. and colder to-day; to-mortow rain; fresh to brisk north- easterly -winds NO. WASHINGTON: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1904.-FOURTEEN PAGES. THREE C EXTS. HITS SOUS SOUTH Missouri Gives Its Electoral Votes to Roosevelt. STTEPRISES Iff WISCONSIN. REPUBLICAN FOR SENATE Venerable Senator Cockrell Is One Victim of Landslide. Republicans Claim Legislature by Ma- jority of Fourteen on Joint Folk Undoubtedly Elected Governor, Although Repub1 leans Are Unwilling to Concede that Entire State Ticket Is Republicans for House -t Louis >ov ith incomplete re I rnb at hand in the lesult of the State d national ti jn coming in slowlj m It f _> n 1 rounti s Roosevelt has r K it tl 1 1 so tl b> carrjlng- Mis t H u Ici 11 i i pu ty for tho first m til l> ye r- i i t> eigrht wid 1% itteied counties out i 114 ei i Roosevelt a pluralitj over Par i f t J Jn pph Folk (Dem for i i in tli i eighborhjocl of i u tl c state ticket is given a r L nv r 1 0-tu in the same counties 1 in ude thu citj of St Louis E'ght Seats in House wi R P ibl car andslidc t i ut card dates foi Congress In eight xtpti listriets a. Republl an gam u i the semi official leturns ho st ite e districts give I- can majority of on lit i i pxt general wi 1 rr an the deSeat of United s t es Senato L ockrell for re election H pr )bab e will be either 15, P W a iiiug-e 01 1 honjas K_ Nledr cha imai jf ti e Republican i e c mmit ee r u i iir- uihei tl an tl e heads of i esi e ti P -nt lie nokets are meager, 1 it U imp -ible to iiitht to predict tli am d grt e it cei taintv the outcome w n i the ffivi i v te is It ap- 1 ars ihnt tht entile Repub an State licket except governor 19 bv sma I maj nu s and fhat the lection of Mi I oik i g-ieat peisonal coid vietorv is he went out of St Louis W to 10000 ahefd or his ticket and with UO ffi ater pluralitv than was given iel w h iai d tha cit, 000 I i u t Result in St Louis 1 tl -if st RJ s v elt s i wa is the vote st Hiding 1 o e tli j >jb 1 irku o_ ITU John E i i, I t -ceictarj of state I 1 L 1 i plui-Mltv of lu 24b over Samuel k i nt rn umbent" in office A.rthu N i (Rej w TO will sue Jo p U folk TS circuit attoinev Ii c i pluidlitv vt-i Call OltoiDem) 1! Ih c n bined third p n t j vote b i it 4 il 1 tui i i st I ind in the v I If quirtlv little disorder t d Ii u ird no tiouble was i f 1 tl- the State St Louis v iinwhit night i clav is bo h the Reoublicans 1 T i vv i mohatic illv claim i t I cti n w tl tn xception that 1 I in us idmiu d fi possibility It v I 1 ing- c it i ie I the St ite It v i d id 1 u 1 mix d situ lor ii tli nij 1 t >tv i (.turns set- led a Ptpub c in citv toiv with the x n of Folk s success ind retu i ind cited a similar result through t thf State Int lest a e be ami ic entuated i 1 1 u etins w --e closeilj s inned and the p i icil heidqjartera t ironged Still Hope for Walbridge I u v In ti e 1 iv Republican State il man rUclared that e t had TP die State by i ma i tv of rot le t lan 20 OuO in 1 insisted t 'U albrldge w is not defeated It was el out In he 1 eaclquai teis, that "e -'me git> om s in the itside f Louis nd Kinsas iiipxiod w tl he rut in fr m the mi precinct- f i veirs ag smwed a I m ritic ITS- >f per cent T' lo-s r- 1 out propo tlonatelv uch u rhe s-t ite it was isssrted brtige wa- no defoate 1 vt the Democratic -tite 1 idq tar ei s it i- 1 ilmed tnii F k hid ciriied the e 1 v from K> vx> nnjoruv that i e- of tl e v te ket wa- safe and i) t Parker had TI eJ il t state bv a ill I iril v i tfall these elalms i 1 ad an d T HIV in teleuri i0hM e null lins M i k in t e aft i m n but the lat 1 iled not to leplv i nti he could in l M-- Rrva i t XiC I luralltv V" imps en Iv iw U m? the tardj r a 1 div tl -e at b th the Re i 11 cl la ic e tdquarters w 1 won nit bv nightfall and -tlv 1 QkeJ t iwarl t the night rg in i c 3 nplete tallv that the sus mlfrh be ended and the results it v kn >w i Expect Republican Legislature 1 l-o o t ti tr-e io-ing: or the Dem i if s ate hea. 'quarter- leie to rizht i u I a. s n the State central n t -1 t d r i IP incomplete ret In our w ij n t but we do i H p b can majoritv in the '-i i la' n" i 1 ue afte ro n ard ev enlng v i 1 "il etuna were at t. t Rei. b caa 01 Dem sciatic irtfs Tlthoug-h the few that did i I rt the he'ief that the -j at IP w T 1 1 be Republican bv a t -ix to twelve un r ne joint It c- t a -u to I nited i tokiel MI- t isht -ent e- o th0 LI in n ill im I Bivan and 1 1 i c mgrat lull h m on his ti Mi Fiik s mes- c w PI nt cal as to 1 v t> i Ii ink v t i v our con i Mv pi iralitv will be n id 40 OOO l v N jv 9 TI t Stai savs I 11 t i DemucratK t- nn c met It- tne election >f t K u 3 n Coi n e--nien in Mi- T v i e Fr nk D Klepper in T 1 [i-i t Fi ink B Fxilktrson t p f- 1% u i- F Ii- in the h I i VAellioin in the Seventh 1 r 1 nt 'ti kit in tht Tenth Marion R f I tne ThntK un ilham T r 1 1 11 th" i ind Cassius M -1 irtp in Mie Fifteenth' Attempt to Elect United States Senator May Precipitate Deadlock. Milwaukee is result of ihp election in Wisconsin shows that Roosevtlt ran ahead of eierj ticket and cairied tne State b' -a plurUitj estimated at between 60000 and 7o 000 that Gov has been elected by a pluralitj of abiut oOOOO and that the Congressional complexion remains unchanged from two e irs ago The legislature, which is to elect a t nited States Senator to succeed Joseph A Quailes is largelv Repub lican and the question of whether "W is cousin shall e a primary election law has carried by a safe majoruj One of the surprises in the election -was tin b g inr lease in the of the Social- IJemoiiatic pai Four ears ago that part> polled in Milwaukee Count} >eais ago 10704 and In this election 18120 The Social Democrats elected four assembly men and one senator to the legislature In the legislature Chairman D Con noi of the Pollette State central com mittee claims there will be eightj mem bers pledged to cany out the measures seated bj La Pollette Of this number b3 are assemblj men and 17 sen ators or a majority of each house Chair man Goldm of the Stalwait Repulfcieaii faction claims that the Stalwaits and Democrats combined will control a. majoi tt> of each house and he pi edicts that 1C United States Senator Quaries is not re elected the legislature will probably flnd itself in a deadlock Perhaps the greatest sui prise of the election was the narrow margin on which Congressman Joseph W Babcock pulled through his plurality of 8000 two 3 ens ig) being cut to about 300 this year 1 hid was caused thiough the war ot the State dmimstratlon on the Third district Con- gi essman 11 e question has been raised as to whether the primary election law approv- ed by the voters In "Wisconsin yesteidiv shall apply to the election of a United States Senator to succeed Senator Joseph Quaries 4. numbe of jiomment t expressed it as then beliet that lit accordance with law an el c lion would to be held between now ind 1 to nominate T. candidate for the Senate to be chosen at that time Others contended however that the plain intent of the law was to provide for the holding of primal elections in September prior to the ele tion of members of the legislature and that it would not be rea bonible or possible tn make tlu law apply to the next election of L nited States ben- atoi mm ON FUTURE Predicts People Will Turn to the Democracy WHEN THEY TIRE OFTRUSTS Tariff-fed Combines, He Says, Are Absorbing: Nation's Wealth. When the Voters Get Ready to Tho-w Off These Leaders, the Judge Con- tinues, the Democratic Party Should Be Thoroughly Organized and Ready to Work for Never Seek Public His Supporters. DELAWARE DEADLOCK AGAIN. Addicks Has Not Enough Votes to Elect Him Senator "Wilmington Del but unofficial returns, e elt a plu- raht} of 4 ino In Delaware Pi eston Lea the Republican compromise candidate for carried the State i pluialrtj of 2 800 and the remainder of the Repub lie an compromi e State ticket has a plu raiitv landing from 3 "00 to 3800 Dr Joseph II hand'er (.Ind Rep polled about 800 which accounts foi s reduced pluialin Hiram R Burton (Rep who succeeds Henrv 4. Houston (Dem m Congi ss ed a plurality of 3SOO The Indications i i ate that the next Delaware 1 grisliinre v ill igain be deadlocked on the question of eltctmg- a "On'ted Slates Senani to succeed Sona tor Ball whose term J xpii es Alarch 1 The complete returns to show that the new legislature will ts to'low Democrats 21 Union 01 Republl 22 Pcgular 01 anti Addicks Pe publicans 9 seven are necessarv to elect T_nlttd Stales Sena tor It is understood hei e that J Ed- ard -Vddicks expects the iPRislature to elei t him to the Senate but there is nothing- on the surface to light to show that the Regulars will join the Union Re- publicans in selecting the Senator BIG PLURALITY IN OHIO. Roosevelt's Thrice that Given Any Previous Candidate ColurabUi Ohio com- plete unofficial returns to night indicate that the Republican pluiality in Ohio is between 210000 and 215000 or over three times the plurality this State ever grave ii national ticket About a dozen coun tiLs have been cairied bv the Republicans for the first time means radical cl ing-es in county and other local offices The aggregate pluralitj of the eighteen counties carried by the Democrats Is only 10 "38 or legs than the Republican plu- rality In either of a. half dozen counties one half that of Cujahogra and much less tban one third that of Hamilton County The Republicans gained three Congress- by cairying all of the Congressional d strlcts except the Fourth in which Harvey C Garber was re-elected by or less than one-third the usual Demo cratic pluralitj of that district The only close tontest was In the election of Dawes (Rep) over Schneider (Dem) In the Fif- teenth Congressional district which gave Roosevelt ovei 2000 plurality and Dawes onlv 200 It ib noted that the laigest Re publican gains c'me from the mining and laboring districts. COTJUTEY DEFEATED GAR VINT. Rhode Island Elected One Democratic and One Republican Congressman Pi evidence R I Nov State retuins show that in v-esterdav s I election President Roosevelt received the I latgrest vote, ever cast in Rhode Island and hds p urahtj of Ij917 is gi eater with tl e, exception of that of 189o than ans Presidential candidate ever was given here The vote was Roosevelt 24924 Parker Lieut Gov Ge-orge H Liter (Rep) who I succeeds L F C Garvin CDem 1 candi- I date for a third, term had but plural- itv over h-is opponent Gov Garvin car- I ned citv in the State but "naa de- I feated in the districts The Re- publicans elected all the genera] officers I b> generous margins ard, the next gen- eral assemblv will stand 23 Democrats I o Republicans in joint ballot Representatives D L D Granger, (Dem and A B Ca-pron (Rep were re- e ected to in the First and Sec- I ond districts respectlv elv MEAD DEFEATS TTJILNER Republican National, State, and Congres- sional Tickets Elected in Washington, Seattle Wash Nov 9 re- turns fram one fourth of all the yre- cmcts in the of Washington and incomplete returns mobt of the others at noon show that the Roosevelt electors have can led this State bj ovei votes Mbert E Mead (Rep) is elected gov- ernor OVPI George Turner (Dem bv be tween 5000 and 7000 votes Charles E Coon (Rep 13 elected lieutenant governor bv fullj 14000 votes Every other candi- date on the Republican State ticket is elected bj to 20000 except Humphrev. Jones and Cushman rot Congress whose majouties will be highe The next legislature will be v er> strongly Republican For Old Point Comfort, "Norfolk, and Newport >ews Take Superb Steamers Norfolk "W ashington Steamboat Co foot 7th st dailv 6 30 p m connecting at Norfolk with steamers for New ork and Boston bj sea Se" 3d page 12 Phone 2J90 i-sopus N Y Nov Parker to nig-ht Kav e the press an open letter aU- urebsed To the Democracy of the Na tion In which he thanked those in charge of his campaign work, and de clared that the people will soon realize that 'the tariff-fed trusts are absorbing the wealth of the nation He said that when that time comes the people will turn to the Democratic party for relief j In 'ettei Judge Paiker says he shall never seek a nomination for public office He discusses the difficulties encountered by thp Democrats in making their cam- paign this ear and makes suggestions regarding harmony in the party In con- clusion the Judge says that In the presence I of defeat he does not hesitate to say that in his opinion the great moral question that confronts the Democrats is Shall the trusts and corporations be presented from contributing money to control or to aid In controlling The letter follows Thanks His Supporters j Esopus N Y Nov 9 Tn the Democracy of the Nation Our -thanks are due to the membeis of the national committee and to the ex- ecutive committee in charge of the cam- I ilgn for most unselfish capable and I brilliant partv service All that it was possible for men to do they did, but our difficult} was beyond the reach of party managers 'I am most giateful to them and wish in this general way to extend my thaJiks to the workeis as well as the rank and file all ovei the country I know how hird thej struggled against ov erwhelmjng -odds and I only wish I could take each one bv the hand and thank him Deeply as I reg-ietted leaving the bench it the time of it in the presence of ovei whelming defeat I do not lament it I thought it was mv dutj In the light of mv present information I am now even I more confident that I did right I shall never seek a nomination for public office, but I shall to the best of my ability serv e the pai ty that has honored me, and through the party serv e my country The pai tv has in the neai futuie a great mission Before long the people will lealize that the tariff-fed trusts and il legal combinations ai e absorbing the wealth of the nation 1 hen the> will wish to throw off these leeches but the Republican party will not aid them to do it for its leaders ap- preciate too w ell the uses to which the moneys of the trusts can be put In polit- ical campaigns i When that time comes and come it I will the people- will turn to the Demo I cratic partj for relief and the partv should be with an orgamza tion of patnotic citizens covering every election district who ai e willing to work for the lov e of the organization supported by as many town city countj and State officers as we are able to elect in the meantime We entered this can- vass w th everj Northern Western and Eastern State save one in Republican control This g-ave to that party a large aimy of officeholders reaching into every ham- let many of whom gladlj. followed the examples set for them bj the members of the President's Cabinet in devoting their time and services to the part> Party Harmony Essential. To accomplish much, in this direction however, we must forget the difficulties of the pasit If any one suspects his neighbor of treachery let him not hint of his suspicion. If he knows he has de- aei ted us let him not tell it Our forces hav e been weakened by divisions e have quarreled at timijra over non es sentials If we would he-lp the people if w e w ould furnish an organization through which thev raaj be reJieved of a paity that has grown so corrupt that it will gladly entei into partnership with trusts to secure moneys for election pur- poses we must foi get the differences of the past and begin this day to build up wherever it mav be needed a broad and effective oiganization we must bj constant teaching throug-h the press and from the platform, apprise the people of the way the tariff circle works We must bring- home to them at othar than (let tion times the fact that monev contributed to the R-epubHcan party by the trusts is not onl} d money but it is given that the trusts may with- out hindrance take a much larger sum from the people In the presence of a defeat that would take awav all personal ambition were it true that otherwise it me I do not hesitate to saj that in m> opinion the greatest moral question which now confronts ue is Shall the trusts and corporations be prevented from contributing monev to control or to aid in controlling elections' Such serv ice as I can render m that or an> other direction will be glaJly ren- dered And I beg the co opeiation 1-3 a fel low-worker of everv Democrat 'n the countrv ALTOX B PARKER The telegraph office at Rosemount lodge was dismantled to night after the day s business Judge Parker said to nlg-ht that hie plans for the futuie were not definite Iv made but that soon he would be in asain It is believ cm here that he will engage in the practice law in New York forming a pai tner- ship witn some well established firm Democrats Carry Arizona Phenix Ariz Nov election of Smith (Dem for Delegate to Congress is conceded bj at least oOO The legis'a- ture will be Democratic by probably two- thirds __________________. Lovers of Fine Chrysanthemums Can see them in great varietv all this week at J H Small Sons, 14th G Washington aldorf-Astoria, and 1153 Broadway, New York TO TO-DAY'S ISSUE. CONCEDED TO DAWSON Clean Sweep for Republicans in West Virginia. FIVE MEMBERS OF CONGRESS NEAR TWO-MILLION MARK. Hoosevelt Has Carried the State by a Plurality of and Dawson Has to His Legislature Will Be Republican by a Majority of 45, Insuring Scott's Re-election R Animal Chrysanthemum Display tii'- wnk J H Smalt 14th 24 votes which, they threaten to contest Republican Chairman Northcott claims the legislature by 45 on joint ballot de- pending on the result of contests The counties which show the greatest gains for Cornwell are 1000 pluralitj a changis of 3 000 from the last election Kanawha, 500 a change of McDowell gave Dawson oOO a Democratic gain of 1800 Marion gave Cornwell 300, a gain of 800 Wood gave Dawson 280 a Demociatic gain of 800 Other Democratic gains are Cabell, 470, Ohio, oOO Wirt 200, Pleasiants 200, Doddridge, 160, Clay, 100, Calhoun 1 000 Democrats Carry Kanawha Charleston, W Va Nov 9 returns from Kanawha County show the election of Democratic candidates for county clerks and sheriff and two out of five membeia of the legislature Cornwell Democrat for governor, carried the coun ty by 400 overcoming a Republican ma Jority of 2 000 four years ago The Sena- torial dlfitiict composed of Kanawha Boone and Logan elects Osborn, Demo ciat Fairmont W Va Nov 9 returns show the election of the State and county Republican tickets, except piosecuting attorney and local justices of the peace who were elected by a large majority Mart.nsburg, W Va Nov 9 com- plete returns in Berkeley County give Cornwell 62 majority Walker, Democrat, for Congress 242 majoritv The Demo- crats elect both members of the legisla- ture and all of the county officers by ma- jorities ranging from 600 down Morgantown, W Va No% returns from the whole county indicate that Roosevelts plurality will be between 1 600 and 1 700 Danson, for governor leads Cornwell bj 1 200 Dayton for Con- gress, will have a majority of 1250 over Walker, Democrat and returns from the Second district indicate Dayton s election bv 2 200 John W Mason is re-elected judge in this judicial district The entire county ticket of the Republicans Is elected by majorities of from 1 200 to Mr John L Steele clerk of the Senate Committee on Mines and Mining who has followed closely Senator Scott's campaign for re election telegraphed last evening as follows from Parkeisburg carries the Hate b> 31 000 Daw son for governor b> 9 000 The legislature Senate 22 Republicans 8 Democrats GO Republicans ''b Democ P'stol Duel Fatal to Both. Charlestoi S C Nov A duel with pistols was fought bv R L Irbv and 3 A Phillips members of the dispensarj constabulary to dav at Eastover near Columbia It is understood that the men had been dunking and after a few words about an overcoat, both drew pistols flred almost Phillips was killed instantlv and Irb> o ed within an hour Popular Plurality Continues to Climb to Dizzy Height. At 2 o clock this morning official returns fiom a few States and unofficial returns and estimates from the others gave Presi- dent Roosevelt a plurality of the popular vote of a plurality more than twice as great as any other candidate for the Presidency ever received The official returns Jn, nearly every- In- stance, have given Roosevelt a larger plurality than waa estimated If the in- crease keeps up, he may have more votes than Parker The latest plu- lalities by States are as follows FOR ROOSEVLf lo 000 Nebraska 7o 000 40 000 Vew Hampshire 22 600 197 Vevada 4 100 New York 1J1.000 la 000 North Dakota 290 000 Ohio 210 000 7o 000; Oregon 40 000 130 000 Pennsylvania 490 000 30 000 Rhode Island 8 9oO 37 oOO South Dakota 40 000 33 Ltah 12000 86 279 Vermjnt 30 810 1 0 OOi) West Virginia Jl 000 000 Washington lo 000 Wisconsin No 000 10000 Wjomlng 6000 70 00 TO UNITE OPPOSITION Indiana Popu ists Plan New Political Party. PUT THEIR FAITH IN WATSON Colorado California Connecticut Delaware Idaho Illlnola Indiana Iowa Kansas Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Missouri Montana New Jersey Want Georgian to Succeed Biyan, Whose Leadership, They Say, Has Betn Dis- R. Hearst Issues State- ment Predicting Reorganization, of the Also Has Plans Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana FOR F-VRKER 7o 000 Mississippi 50 000 29 00ft North Carolina 50000 -0 OOC South Carolina, 000 Go 000 Tennessee 30 000 14 000 Texas ISO OOC 36 000 Virginia 25 Pluralities in Presidential elections since 1S24 have been as follows. over Adams 60 o 1 over Adoma 138 131 over Clay 157 313 Buren over Harrison 24 894 over Van Buren 146 31o over Clay 3S 175 over Cass 139 u57 Bcott 220896 over Fremont 49C 90T over Douglas 491 195 over McClellan 407 M2 over Seymour 305 466 over Greeiey 891 250 93o Hancock 7018 over Blalne 62 683 Harrison 98 017 over Harrison 380 Bryan 601 8o4 over Bryan 849 780 STATE VOTE Iff DOTJBT. Utah Will Give Roosevelt Greater Plural- ity Than First Estimated. Salt Lake City ttah Nov one-third of the voting precincts of the State give Roosevelt 27381 Parker 15992, Debs, 1 509 The precincts reported include many of the heavy Republican districts, but so uniform has been the gain for Roosevelt that it is now evident his plu- rality in the State will be far in excess of first estimates Not half of the voting districts of Salt Lake County have been heard from and piobably will not be un- til to morrow Republican State Chairman Spry to-day claimed the election of the entire State ticket, an almost entire Republican legis latuie, and the election of the Salt Lake County ticket The latter claim is disput eo. by both Democrats and American party men The voting strength of the latter party is still problematical and will not be known until the count is finished in this citv It may be a. week before accurate figures of the State v ote are available. TWO TO ONE IN CALIFORNIA. Republicans Elect All Congressmen and Control the legislature. San Francisco Nov 9 from 1235 precincts out of 2 245 in California, outside of San Francisco give Roosevelt 101127 Parker 50031 The same precincts gave McKinley 89956 Bryan, 66701 The complete vote of San Francisco was 66 739 The corrected leturns give Roosevelt 39 814 Parker 17981 Debs 7231, Swallow, 330 solid Republican delegation of eight Congressmen was chosen and the next legislature will elect a Republican Sen atoi Spec ial to rhe Washington Post Indianapolis Ind Isov movement to reorganize the opposition to the Re publican party in the United States has Lien started by leading Popullstb ot In dlana I is proposed to make Thomas E Watson, of Gecigia, tne leader of the reorganized elements, and their candidate foi President In 1908 Secretary John Medert of the Populist State committee, said to day that a. con- ference of Indiana Populists Democrats Socialists, and will be held herp soon, looking to promoting the plan of leorg-anization Nothing can prev ent Tom Watson from leading the fight against the Republican partj in said Medert "Bryan's leadership has been completely discredited in Indiana by his advocacy of Judge Pa-i- ker s election Analysis of the returns shows that the sweeping Republican victory in Indiana is largely due to Silver Democrats who krifed Parker For every Gold Democrat who returned to the fold about ten Silvei Democrats voted for Roosevelt Hearst Favors Reorganization New York, Nov 9 R Hearst issued the following statement to-night with re- gaid to the repoit that steps were being taken to organize a new party I have no knowledge of any meeting between Mr Watson, Mr Bryan, and my- self I think the Democratic party will reorganize itself on a. basis of true De- mocracy eliminating the all street in- fluence that proved so disastrous In this campaign and I, as a loyal Democrat will be very happy to see that done I am always ready to contribute my own services and those of my papers to the Democracy for reoiganizaUon. or any other purpose if they should be lequired I shall be glad to work with all loyal Democrats for the success of Democratic principles, but I think the lojal Demo- crats are quite capable of choosing their own leaders and I imagine thit> point wih now be conceded by those who en- deav ored to force leaders upon them Bryan's Plan for Future. Lincoln Nebi Nov 9 William J Brjan to-day denied that he would -neet William Randolph Heaist and Thomas E Watson in New York a from now for the purpose of taking steps toward the organization of a new party Hie statement that he would go to New York for such a purpose was made by Malvin G Palliser manager of Watson's campaign Mr Bryan has some reor- ganization plans, but re intends to stand sponsor for them himself PAKT ONB. Missouri's Vote for Roosevelt. Parkei s Letter to His Parts Dawson in "Virginia Watson Hope of Reorgamzers Lanadowne Talks Peace Pastor Fatallj Stricken at FuneiaL German Emperor s Gift School Color Line Case Maryland Result "Very Close Folk V, 111 Have Troubles Bryan Explains the Landslide. Big Majority hi the Busy Day at the White House. McCue Sentenced to Deavh. News of Vnginla and Maiyland. 6 Editorial Comment Gossip of European Capitals. Talks with Hotel Quests Social and Personal Racing Results and Entries New Yorkers Honor King Eflward Horrors of Port Arthur SJege 10 District Government Affairs PART TWO 11 Proposed Paying Election Bets Financial and Commercial STRONG PHCE Lord Lansdowne Tells of Hor- rors of War in East. INTERVENTION SUGGESTED He Points to Peaceful Adjustment of the North Sea Dispute. FRAUD CRY COLORADO. British Foreign Minister at Historic Lord Mayor's Banquet Almost Demands Ar- bitration Between Russia and Quotes Hay on Folly of Hague Peace Conference and Congratu- lates Eoosevelt on His Election, Republicans Threaten that State Elec- tion Will Be Contested. Denver Col, Nov 9 s plural ity in Colorado bas been increased by later returns and ma> inn above Republicans and Democrats claim election of governor and Congressman-at- large and the Republicans threaten to contest the State election on the grounds of alleged fraud in Denver On the lace oC nearly completa returns Adame has carried Denver Count} b> 4 oOO plurality ard he appears to have a safe lead over Peabody without thla countj According to the returns in the Times, Adajns plurality In the State is a little over 10 Ooo The Times concedes that the result In In doubt as to other State offices, but claims the legislature to be Democratic In both branches The Post aajs Late leturns this alter- noon indicate clearly that the Republican ticket lr> Colorado, national State and county, has been by pluralities ranging trom to A conservative eatl- mate places Gov Peabody B plurality at 5 000 He will carry Denver by from to Democratic Chairman Milton Smith made the following statement this even ing "Alvah Adams is e'ected by from 10000 to 16000 All the Stale ticket roea in with him, accorclng- to our best Infor- mation Republican Chairman Fairlev makes the following claim will be elected by somewhere between 6000 and 10000 The ticket will run between and IB 000 Roosevelt will run even higher than that The three Congressmen are elected by pluralit es above 10000 I ex pect to bilng Paobodv to Denver with R plurality ranging- fro-rr 7000 to 10000 This Is laige enough to offset any frauds the might attempt In Denver e will control both houses of the legisla- ture by good majorities Pueblo, Colo Nov 9 .nong- m4n> egrame received to dav bj Alva Adam f-om all parts of the countrv was the fo lowing Hon Alva Accept congratulations both jour personal success and upon the triumph of constitutional government -v, j BRTAN Chairman Milton Smith of the Demo- cratic State committee to night maintains his claim that Adams CDem for goveinor has been elected bv a plurality In the neighborhood of 10000 He fs ols i of thp opinion that the rest of the State tu ki t has succesful but has nothing: like complete returns on which to base in estimate of the vote He concedes how- ever that Maupin (IDem candidate for -Congress from the Second district has been defeated by Hogg, the piesent publican incumbent, out says the result as to Congressnrvan-at-large and Congress- man from the First district is still uncer- tain Returns from all of the 201 precincts in the citv with the e-ception of about twenty four. Rive a plurality of nearly 7 000 Tha precincts vet to be heaid from are admittedly Republic in and It if generally thought when they leport Adams' plurality will be reduced to about 4 000 In Denver Chairman Farley of the Republican State committee had nothing to add to his statement already made NEW YORK PLURALITIES. Roosevelt Over Parker, Higgins Over Hemck, New York Nov 9 returns from the whole State show that Roosevelt has approximately 174 000 plurality, and that Higgins (Rep for governor has 80 000 plurality The legislature will hav e 102 Republican assemblymen out of loO and 35 Republican senators out of 60 New York Citj returns at a late hour show that Paiker carried Greater New York with one election district missing- by 999 votes Brooklvn can led by President Roosevelt by 1805 votes Hei rick (Dem) for governor earned Great r New Yoik with one election district miss Ing by 8062o votes and Brooklyn bj o 401 The returns fiom counties outside the city show that Parker carried four of the counties in the State while Her rick carried si-'c counties DEMOCRATIC BY BIG MARGIN NEW JERSEY FIGURES. On account of Midwintei Exposition and South Florida Fair the Atlantic Coast Line will on November 16 tick- ets to Tampa and teturn limited for re turn 15 days, at one fare, plus oO cents in quire at office of the line 601 Pa ave nw 1 25 To Baltimore and Return 81.35 Pennsjlvania Railroad, Saturday and Sunday Tickets good on all trains ex- cept Congressional Limited, and good for return until Sunday night Cuban Senate Quorum Broken. Havana, Nov The Nationalist Sen ators refused to sit !n the Senate this afternoon because onlj a majoritv quorum v as present Thev contend that the ouorjm matter was not settled by the Supreme Court s decision of October 28 since the Judges whose appointments were confirmed b} a majority quorum of the Senate haa not participated in that decision Plurality of for Roosevelt and ooo for Stokes Claimed. Trenton, N J Nov 9 Herbert Potts, secretary of the Republican State com- I mittee, says that the revised figures so far leceived indicate that President Roose- velt s plurality in New Jersey wil! be 70 000 and -that Edward Stokes the Repub lican candidate for governor will have a plurality of at least 50 000 There Is no longer an> question as to the election of Marshall Van Winkle (Rep to Congress in the Ninth district The New Jersey delegation in Congress will stand nine Republicans to one Demo- crat the latter being Allan McDermott, of the Tenth district Parker's Plurality in Tennessee Is the Largest Since 1892 Nashville Tenn Nov an Inter view late this afternoon becretarv ruck of the Republican State committee con cedes the State to the Democrats by a majority of 15 000 At Democratic State headquarteib to night Chairman. Thompson announced tha eighty six of the nlnetj six countiefa of the State grave James B Frazier (Dem for governor a majoritv of 2o o51 over Jesse Littleton his Republican opponent i lie ten counties to be heard from will in- crease thts majority by 3 000 votes Demo eratic Presidential electors Chairman Thompson estimates -will run 2 000 or 3 000 votes ahead of Frazier TWO VESSELS FOUNDER. Capital Is Safe hen vour loans or investments are made bv L nion Trust a rpnrlc ion of belligerent rights on the high e as Congratulates Roosevelt After referring to the widelv pre aert desire that ai bitratlon might b n sorted to In the case of the present war in he tar East Lord Lansdov ne added Mi Choate walked into m, r om v es terdav and asked if we would sign in ar bitration treaty with the Unlttd States Simu taneoualy I received from Prcsl ent Roosevelt whom we all must co igra u- late (cheers) a Inviting us li participate in a second Iit-ernationaJ peace conference at The Hag- e It is needles' to say that the invitation has i ot been refused only we have leserved tj our eelvea the right to consider what 6 objects should be dlpcueoed We hesitated not a moment in Inform ng- Amerl a that we were readv to participate and In wishing President Roosevelt godspeed In this un dertaklng Arbitration concluded Lord Lana- downe after a sympathetic reference to Prance's asBietance in the North Sea pute has become tho faahlon Lord Lanedov ne responding to his majesty s ministers referred to the un 'ortunate absence of Mr Bal'our w) o in spjte of h s Illness had not ceased to actlvel> participate in the affairs of tre countiy Continuing- the forfign secre tarj said that while London was pnncl pallj interested that peace sho prevail eveivw icre he did not tMnk thej saoulc. think of at anv At t 11-- moment s lid T 01 1 T a s dov IIL contemplating he n t ernble struggle between tvv b i i a 1 gallant nitloi s in the far I a'-t of us re ntemplaU with} at i t 1 itt r leg! n of brave m b M gr It 1 forth to meet then f ite ai 1 tl c i in d home" ind n 1 a 'U co reiv e no morf tei ih e pin i th t the i emorse of a u rrii isi e rlv minister w h j from T' nj o i desire of popularity br ifrh i o i eountr> the scou ge and cala-n t o i e 3 'ess war Vt Uis ausj iciou momcn 1 i n al to announce to v u that not OT t e If ace of the ronnlix s unbi kt i b s far as I am ible t t tl i leason it 1 ould j t i m n broken Not onlv i i 1 I q o 1 fortune to iv old a bi t 1 n t ilitv ind wise nu n t n i i ments w e h iv d i m n_ t the ire i of 1 t s T' c n i t owever has, not altogetl ri a u ties Russia's Good Faith For the f'W divs we f e face to face w th n n o Jr it noted tr-n p >v f Jirrv t 1 other incidents hive d m r i nc dei of October 21 il 1) e N >i th i-t i JP at ack on British clti'm1- an 1 n ilTroi ON NINTH I A( I Antique 1- nrnitiire ut AiK'lon Brown TuNon ai ijill i 14 H si nw bale ojx_i s t div H i m nun J31 on the catalogue i nu i n row at 11 a m and 3pm o indmgly ow piices pievail SI 2J5 Baltimore and Return ii K Saturdaj and Sundav AI tiams botti vsajs both daj s excep Limited, "Hourly service Satuidaj
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