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iblican ticket wereI

k this morning with the uncer-
course of the presidential result.
ninary indications were that the
blicans had won one of the big-
lights in electing two Republican
ors to replace the two Democrat-
iators in Indiana.
other gain was certain in New
where William Calder, Republi-
won in the Hughes sweep of the
re state from William F, Mc-
s, former Democratic national
man, in the senatorial fight.
arent victory for the Republican
s in New Jersey, indicated in re-
to midnight, insured retirement
other Democrat in favor of a Re-
can, Joseph S. Frelinghuysen, re-
ig Joseph E. Martin. Ohio ap-
.tly has elected Myron T. Her-
Republican, to the senate in place
e present Democratic incumbent,

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aintaining their lead. The total fol-
ws: Hughes 136,240, Wilson 122,-
15.

San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 8.-That
Charles E. Hughes has carried Cali-
fornia by a plurality of 100,000 was
claimed at 9 o'clock tonight by Sec-
retary McAtee, Republican state cen-
tral committeman. He declared that
scattering returns from precincts in
all parts of the state, and comparisons
with votes cast for the various parties
four years ago indicated this result.
New York, N. Y., Nov. 8.-At 1:15
this morning Robert W. Wooler, Deni-
ocratic publicity head issued a state-
Ment claiming Wilson's election by
326 votes, including in this list for the
first time the states of Kansas and Ore-
gon.

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Sutherland, Republican, has been de-
feated for re-election by Judge King,
Democrat. Democrats have elected
Simon Bamberger governor.
Boston, Nov. 8.-All New England
will go to Hughes, according to the
Boston Globe. Democrats conceded
Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Islant,
and Connecticut as well as Massa-
chusetts tonight.' Vermont had been
previously granted by the Democrats.
The Globe agrees with Republican
leaders that the Hughes plurality will
exceed 10,000 in Massachusetts. Gov-
ernor McCall and Senator Lodge have

Woodro Wilson-defeated Candida

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A. Dupont of Delaware, apparent-
,s gone to defeat at the hands of
ocratic Senator Salisbury, of Del-
e. The chairman of the Demo-
c senatorial committee ridiculed
claims of the Republicans that
had gained control of the upper

.New York, N. Y., Nov. 8.-Although
Republican National Chairman Wilcox
refused to issue a formal statement at
12:30 this morning, he said in an in-
formal interview that he is satisfied
from returns at hand that "Hughes
will control 310 electoral votes."
' Chicago, Ill., Nov. 8.-With the ex-
ception of West Virginia the Southern
states have gone for Wilson solidly.
In Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky
landslides are reported, while Arizona,
Arkansas, Maryland show a good
i jority for the Democrats. Colorado.
Nevada, Idaho, Florida, Missouri, New
Mexico have also declared for Wilson.

se.
)ur reports," he said, "indicate a
of two and a gain of four Demo-
ic senators, not including Indiana,
re the result is still in doubt.
ecause of the tremendous interest
he presidential race, counting of
ballots in the congressional fight
generally side-tracked, but among
interesting features established in
count so far is the fact that there
be at least two Socialist congress-
in the next house, Meyer London,
Jew York, having been re-elected,
Victor Berger of Milwaukee, a
ier representative having staged a
essful come-back after defeat two
s ago.

apparently been re-elected.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 8.-The scat-
tering returns in Maryland indicated
that Wilson has carried Baltimore by
10,000, and will get the eight electoral
votes.
Fargo, N. D., Nov. 8.-North Dakota
will go to Hughes by 15,000 and Sen-
ator McCumber, Republican, is re-
elected over United States Treasurer
John Burk, comprehensive returns in-
dicated at midnight.
Denver, Nov. 8--Raymond Miller,
Democratic state chairman, claimed
Colorado for Wilson by 35,000 plurality
at 11 o'clock last night. Miller stated
the entire Democratic ticket has been
elected by plurality of 20,000.
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 8.-MississippI's
majority for Wilson will probably
reach 75,000. All members of the
present delegation in congress are re-
elected.
New Orleans, La., Nov. 8.-Returns
indicate Wilson carried Louisiana by
30,000. Democrats elected seven of
eight congressmen.
New York, Nov. 8.-Republican na-
tional headuarters at midnight con-
ceded Missouri to President Wilson by
about 25,000.
Trenton, N. J., Nov. 8.-New Jersey
gives Hughes anywhere from 25,000 to
30,000 plurality. Republicans have
elected Walter D. Edge governor, eight
Republican and four Democrat con-
gressmen.

Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 8.-Democratie
headuarters at midnight stated that
Wilson would carry Wisconsin by 2,500
votes. They based their claims on
Milwaukee county returns.,s
Topeka, Kan., Nov. 8.-Shortly after
midnight Wilson jumped into the lead
in Kansas with a plurality of 1,100,
based on incomplete returns from 50

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Paul, Minin., Nov. S.-Woodrow
n carried Minnesota, according to
indications from 142 to 3,008 pre-
i. These give Wilson 20,198 and
es 17,725. Governor Burnquist,
blican, is easily leading his re-

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Alumbus, 0., Nov. 8.--Four hundred
four precincts in 24 rural counties
Wilson 28,201, Hughes 36,239.
it hundred and sixty precincts in
ounties, including 231 precincts in.
ailton county, 175 precincts in
klin county, and 50 in Cuyahoga
Wilson 72,758. Hughes 68,216.
.dianapoL's, IndJ4, Nov. 8.--Eight
Ired and ninety-nine precincts in
ana out of 3,142, showed Hughes

counties.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 8.-At mid-
night Delaware was still in doubt with
President Wilson slightly behind
Hughes, but showing small gains.
Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 8.-Repub-
licans claim this state by 15,000 ma-
jority. Democrats claim it by a
smaller majority.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 8.-Returns
from the state indicate 20,000 majority
for Wilson. The Democrats elected
congressman in the first nine districts
and the Republicans in the Tenth and
Eleventh.
Deiiver, Nov. 8.-One hundred and
sixty-five precincts out of 1,451 pre-
cincts in the state give Wilson, 17,940;
Hughes, 12,766.
Bismark, N. D., Nov. 8.-Incomplete
returns appear to bear out Republican
claims that Hughes has carried North

Hughes Gets True FrIendslip Vote
Springfield, Mass., Nov. 7.-Charles
E. Hughes got one vote here on the
basis of pure friendship and sentiment.
The Rev. Dr. Samuel Henry Lee, presi-
dent emeritus of the International col-
lege, who cast his first vote for John
C. Fremont, who today "abominates

the military spirit, the plutocracy,
the high tariff policy of the Repu
can party," cast his ballot for the
publican nominee. His reason wast
that in the Summerseld Metho
church of Milwaukee, Wis.
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Hughes.
it .................. 7
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..29
..15
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?sire..... . .... 43
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no .............. 5
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.................7
mna ............... 8
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Total...................267

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rkansas ................
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orida ..................
eorgia..............
ansas ................
entucky.............
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ryland.............
nnesota.............
tsissippi............
issouri.................
ebraska ................
ew Mexico............ .
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clakioma............. .
uth Carolina ..........
mnessee..............
xas.................
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irginia ...............

Wilson.
.... 12
.... 3
.. 9
... 6
6
... 14
... 10
... 13
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... 10
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