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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - November 6, 1912, Abilene, Texas StJnlene Jtoninjj VOL XVI ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING NOV 61912 NUMBER 268 ELECTE TICKET ELECTED TO SUCCEED TAFT AND SHERMAN 266 Necessary to Wins in New Roosevelt Sends Message of Congratulation to Next President of United Next Governor of New York The electron of Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey as president of the United States and Governor ThomasE Mar shall of Indiana for vicepresident with a safe majority was as sured at last night Shortly after 1100 the National Democratic Headquarters claimed the following states for Wilson Alabama Arkansas ConnecHJcutt Delaware Florida Geor gia Indiana Kentucky North Carolina Maryland Massachu setts Mississippi Wisconsin New York South Carolina Ten nesse Texas Virginia Oklahoma New Meilco Missouri West Virginia and New Jersey with a total of 291 electoral votes 1 SULZER GOVERNOB OF NEW YORK In New York Congresman William Sulzer was elected Gov ernor i mPHMSw At two thirds of the upstate districts and about all of Ihe city of New York had been counted Republican Chairman Barnes conceded Governor Wilson the state by 100000 Democratic State ChaSrman Palmer claimed that Wilson would have a pluraEty of 250000 Early returns from New York and the seaboard states were the cause of much exaltation at Democratic Headquarters Chairman McCombs soon after 7 oclock sent word to Governor Wilson that Ms election was indicated by an overwhelming vote Later he made the Victory is now complete The returns are comingln so fast that I cannot keep up with them Returns on the election of the members of the House of Rep resentatives were slow The indications were that the Demo crats probably maintain their present Majority in the Houstf with possible gains as forecast to the political headquarters EOOSEVELT WIRES CONGRATULATIONS By Associated Press Oyster Bay NY Nov p before mid jtfght Colonel Theodore Roosevelt tonight made the following statement The American people by a great plurality has decided in fa jor of Mr Wiison and the Democratic party Like all good cit izens I accept the result with entire good humor and content ment As for the Progressive cause I can only repeat what T have so many Itaes said the fate of the leader is for the time being of little consequence but the cause itself must in the end triumph for its triumph is essential to the wellblng of the American people About the same time the Colonel issued this statement he sent the following telegram to Governor WIson The American people by a great plurality vote have confer red on you the highest honor in their gift I congratulate yUfl thereon The following Totals were compiled in this office last night as the returns were received Wiison 479737 936152 1146740 1151213 1191634 1193951 1221774 1232810 1239709 1259995 1262035 Taft 257987 528093 554381 558386 577440 578648 606647 612847 615786 618511 619266 Roosevelt 289619 522155 045128 646995 661136 661887 688909 668130 702658 705286 707073 Tuft 161876 Bryan 119581 New hundred election districts out of tho 612 in the of Brooklyn 88555Taft ftoosevclt 50302 New The Evening Mall one of Un Hoostvelt organs at 650 p in conceded the state to Wilson and claimed second place lor Roosevelt Upturns Chicago Nov from half of Iht precincts in Chicago indicate IJtiime democrat candidate for Gov ernor has carried the city over Di ncen republican by 05000 to 70001 plurality Funk Progressive is run ning third with about 40 percent of republican vote 99 or 2788 precincts in Illinois out side Cook county gave Tart i34D Wilson 7960 Roosevelt 10944 Same precincts in 11108 save Tuft 170SI Bryan 8883 For Governor 118 precincts out of 1498 in Cook county Dunne democrat 12934 Denecn republican 7ISO progressive 7039 SI procents out of 1364 in Taft 2856 Wilson 6323 Hooscvclt 7498 precinfs out of 3364 In Chicago Hounvelt nM8 Wilson 17015 Tafl May For governor 73 precincts out of 1498 in Conk conntv Dunne democrat 7412 Denceii republican 4328 Funk Progressive 4247 179 precincts out of 1361 In Chica go gave Roosevelt 14720 Wilson 14 420 Taft 8377 The City News Bureau which is gathering the ejection returns in Cook county at siv oclock said Roosevelt appeared to have carried Chicago by more than 15000 plurality For Governor 13 pro out of 3498 in Cook county Deneen rep 757 Dunn lieni 3239 Funk proR 742 Indications are that Roosevelt will carry the state outside of Cook coun ty by plurality 260 out of 1864 pros inChicago gave Roosevelt 24593 Wilson 22831 Tuft 13341 Debs coslO157 For Governor 231 precincts Dunn dem leading Deneen by 11004 GOV WOODROW WILSON THOS R MARSHALL Buffalo City Complete Buffalo Nov on Buffalo City complete For 14433 Wilson 26210 Roosevelt 20763 For 16979 SuL er 29326 Straus 20801 York City Jteturns New CorkNov election dis nets out of the 1770 in the city of New 169157 Taft 67 899 Roosevelt 94877 Eighty five el ection districts out of the 1730 in the city of New 5220 Hedges 1230 Etraus 1684 New Ijork Nov election districts of 1730 in the city of New 185874 Taft 74335 Roosevelt 105380 Nciv McCombs of the Democratic National Committee sent word to Governor Woodrow son at Princeton N J at seven oclock that his election was indicated by an overwhelming vote and there are only two states in which the vote will be close New York Nov hun dred election districts out of the 3730 in the city of New 251 767 Taft 103065 Roosevelt 147797 New from 7S5 elec tion districts out of 30I3 in New York state outside of New York City gives Taft 93600 Wilson 10609 Roosevelt 6S4C3 Same districts in 190S gavo Taft 37705S Bryan 129809 New election districts out of the 11730 in the city of New 224133 Taft 91869 Roosevelt 329647 New out of 1730 pre cenfcs in New York city Wilson 212502 Roosevelt 122203 Taft 87055 Asso ciated Press says GeorgeM Palmer chairman of Democratic State Commit tee authorized statement claiming the state of New York had given 250 000 plurality New out 1730 in New York 373045Roosevelt S30S3 Tall 59345 JTeit York State New York Nov Wm Barnes Jr of the Republican State Committee shortly before 7 oclock made the statement that Wilson will carry New York state by a majority of between 100000 and 350000 Utica N com plete for President Wilson 5360 Taft 4S51 Roosevelt 3205 New from 1137 election districts out of 3093 in New York State outside ot New York city Wilson 143765 Roosevelt 90764 Rome N of Rome complete gives Wilson 1630 Taft 1322 Roose velt 983 Same in 1908 Bryan 1986 Taft 2228 New Eress says returns from 528 districts out of 3 033 New Yorto state outside of New York city give Wilson 77820 Taft 15 627 Roosevelt 50429 Same in IMS Taft 12SS04 Bryan 97531 84 Districts out ot 3003 in New York state outside of New York city Taft 12389 Wilson 11910 Roosevelt 7578 Complete returns give Wil son a majority about 900 Oyster Bay Nov 5 Roosevelt car ried Oyster Bay 292 over Wilson Roosevelt 510 Wriison 218 Taft 67 The Colonels own election district Roosevelt 231 Wilson SO Taft 28 New 960 districts out of 1730 in New York City give Wilson 169157 Roosevelt 94877 Taft 67899 New York Returns from 698 elec tion districts out of 3093 in New York state outside o Taft 83496W New York City Giv son 97239 Roosevelt 63273 Same districts in 1908 gave Unsuccessful in Third Attempt Defeated Miscellaneous Returns S50 p 3 601 Wilson 3251 Roosevelt 1351 White River of re publican state committee show result n eleven counties complete out of 14 in 17761 Taft 19045 Wilson 12774 St Paul 8 oclock one hour before closingot the polls in Minnesota Fred B Lynch national committeenian from Minnesotaclaim ed the state for Wllaon by 25000 Louisville returns gave Wilson lead of 15000 over Roosevelt who leads Taft by nine thousand Providence R from six towns out of 36 cities and towns in Rhode Island give Taft 903 Roose velt 179 Wilson 435 In 1908 these towns gave Taft LOSS Bryan 421 Des precincts in Des Jloines gave Taft 1031 Wilson 1518 Roosevelt 1827 ludiananolis precincts in Marion county Taft 3884 Wilson 9552 Roosevelt 5628 Same in 190S gave Taft 11864 Bryan 11425 precincts of 3172 In Marion county Indiana Give Taft 3884 Wilson 9552 Roosevelt 5i62S Same in 108 gave Taft 11864 Bryan 11425 Atiantat vote from 23 of the 148 counties in Georgia gave Taft822 Roosevelt 1982 Des precincts in DesMoines give Taft 1031 Wilson 1518 Roosevelt 1827 Indianapolis precincts in Marion countyia Marion county In diana Give Taft 3884 Wilson 9552 Roosevelt 5628 Same in IDS gave Taft 11864 Bryan 11425 Milwaukee precincts out of 225 in Wisconsin gave Taft92o WHson 101S Roosevelt 426 Texarkana four of Tex arkana Ark gave Roosevelt 57 Wil son 44 Taft 20 This is the only ward in Zowie County Texas or Miller County Arkan sas to go either Re3Jublican or pro pressive 32 precincts out of 146 in city of Milwaukee gave Ka rel Dem 2 to 1 lead over Thompson socialist McGovern rep running a close third New Ark N first dis tricts in Trenton Wilson 241 Taft 1SS Roosevelt 183 precinfs out of 1364 in Ohicago give Roosevelt 46965 Wil son 11468 Taft 24059 Debs 18083 county only re turns from 300 out of 1498 precincts in Cook county show the race for for states attorney to be very close with Hoyne dem loading by about 1200 Cunnen is second and Kinakev Republican bird Brand Forks two urerincts North Dakota sve Tstt rG9 Wilson K2 Roosevelt in Xow Unveil Conn counties invp Wilson 7S7 Taft H1 r4X RooseviU MMW Same towns in COL THEODOEE ROOSEVELT PRESIDENT WM H TAFT Continued on Page
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