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ELECTION . TWO JAYS AVA
Btpublioaa Committee Claim. Majority o
. Tiftylihtin Next Honse.
DEMOCRATS CLAIM GaIN OF SIXTY-SEVEN
This Estimate Would :ive Them
Maijorlty at Tweity-Two
Three States Elect (,
WASHINGTON, Nov 3.-Wllh
full -days intervening before-the
will' elect the Sixtieth congress,
4ect3edly a general area of high
in Oie political atmosphere. Tin
prognostlcators have .topped n
local conditions. They have ma
final '..lain.. .1 .
Bitting tight and waiting for Tuesdi
republican claim, emanating f runx t
quarters of the republican cong
cHinpalgn committee in New York,
The republicans will have a ma
flfty-elfcin in the next house of rei
uTinivsis oi i ins cmim irom it
J . .!-.,"- . .. . .... .1
uurca is;f;, pur,i;, repUDHCBt -OISlrK
sur deniacratic districts, 130; doubt
probably republican, twenty.one; d
uut.probaly democratic, thirteen.
Clajma of Democrats.
The democratic congressional ca
committee thinks this -clalncis rather . too
conservative. In analyzing- the claim to
ahow where the gains re expected Mr.
uriggs is quoted as saying:
'.Tha claim of a democratic gain of ten in
iew lorn la safe., 'i he claim of one
i he claim of one Va.n
ach in Massachusetts. North Carolina.
Kentucky. Montana,- Dciawaro, Khode
Khodu Island. Connecticut, idalio and V.r-
tiaia is gochl. The claim of a gain of six
i Pennsylvania is too conservative.' "lhe
& may be said of the claim 't a gain of
ti in Illinois. We will gain lant in Mis
souri. Concessions are made to us of flva
or six In Ohio, but ws will do better tnan
that. The-computation that puts us down
lor only one in Indiana-is In errov. New
Jersey la to. be counted on for a gain of
threo while gains will be innde In Iowa, Ne
braska and' California. - .
Snould the democratic prediction of a
gain ef sixty-Seven be realised that rrty
would have a . majority of Jwenty-two In
the Sixtieth congress. .
While from a national standpoint thq. con
gressional election Is regarilwl as emphat
ically Important, ip some localities It. has
been thrown entirely In the background by
state poiltlcs. ; Twenty-three states ;ec.t
governors Tuesday. Twenty' elect legisla
tire. ten choose inln6r state officers or
Justices of th. jr supreme courts. Oklahoma
kM',u'pVv lt constitution.
-'-Ulxona ar.a New ilexieo- will de-lde Hie
iiWtlon. of Joint slatehoed.
Fight la Atn 1 ark.
'AN Tork' ' flfht "b. twWi
Bughst and Hears, for the gove'rnursiiip,
fifvs furnished th spectacular feature for
he entire ceuntry.. Here the red fire will
riot' cease burning until ttia dawn of Tues
day, when thj white heat of battle will
take itr. place. Perhaps, the most notaole
feature of the canipaiguvln all of lta ram
lflitloBS lias beep the extent to which
JfS ' personality -..f Preililen" Koosevcit
Iwa been brutiglit forward.
-"'(upport t1.e presidont." was the Dattle
jry .. of . the. republU:i;is .In. every oongrcs
"We cait-snipptW blni'-betftr' tlan you."
was the defiant answar' 'of softie .of the
leaders of the democrat
President Rooelt bus'-made It known
that he wsnts a 'republican -congress. All
but two of his cabinet officers have taken
the scunip ro 'furtheV this' desire'.- jn
New . York the president personallv
represebted bjr 8eeretsy lUiot. 1 lus
president will vote at Oyster Bsy Tucs
dsy.!'ile wll.reoh be WiiHe House to
rece'tve- hVeim-ns iqthW ev (ti. 'V
Wsrrlhgr'an, 'whiclr haa beJi the one
sp! of TxlrticaI-f,truioll. ftis rml.ArtV"d
ilie banls. -trf hnifers,'no'red "rire, po
apeeches have disturbed, tha evert ter.or of
the government clerk. On ele lieu d.iy
l.e will go quietly to bis voting booth,
vaxt his ballot and return to his tiwtk.
The indications are tAat a large' pel
cenuge of the government forexs Villi jjo
home to vote. .
Three.Cornered Fight 'in oloradu.
DKNYEit, Nov. J. too far es the republl-'
.'ana are concerned,. tlie Colorado lampoon
closed tonlgnt. Candidates and other
uators wk In a score of towns snd cliies,
the head of the suts ticket. Chancellor
llenty A. Bucht.-U s.idiesilng an audience
i Canon Cl.y. The democrats ' will hold
vitetr final rallies on Monday night, with
lth liigh "nerk and long aleev
runie on sleeves and collar: sum
military ollar triniincd 'with pretty wnali
tart-Ida. Thrsa coma In a good assortment
of . neat atrlpes or plain white. PRICES,
nr. K,a, 11, $i.2b. ii.bd and 12.ro each.
JBecond floor. .
Fre Instructions in Fancy
Every day from 2 to 6 p. ni. Mlsa Steen-
slrup, the -expert artlat. gives free Inatruc
Hons In art embroidery; all the newea
n, c Lufut. main mis iiiupi iw
purchased here. Class meets on
,floor near art department.
Tim stockings as well as the shoe of today
We do no banking business. . ,
y.j o.. iiiiFivni " nt!-iiiuiiuiv aortment Of re a lie k nils Is the. lunrril
attire. ve nave an endless variety 01 our qftiti,s ar(. tne h0j,ti Bml our prices variety aa you will find here, aive us an
styles. Prices ranging fromAOc to to per pr. arB always the lowest for good sorts. We opportunity to show you the handsome line
Black silk hose, very tine quality, light' placed our orders for underwear over 11 ,n ,,tarta H"t proof. They are equally as
weight or medium weight, 11.50 per pr.( yr ago, before the advance In yarns. This Popular as urn. the colors.
Black silk hose with cotton soles, $1.50 per., enables us to quote you lower prices thanj WAmati's ni..,..
' u: OtATI Rat.nrrlair WxranirKva
Alva Adams, their candidate for the gov
ernorship, talking at Pueblo, his home
town. While the campaign has been
spirited, the greatest Interest ,was dis
played. Judging from attendance at meetf
ings, in the candidacy of Judge Ben B.
Lindsey and William D. Haywood, respect
ively independence s-nd socialist candidates
for governor. Nevertheless, both republi
can and democratic leaders profess the ut
most confidence In a sweeping victory for
ineir respective tickets. Much scratching
UicrTIi.n'iiTng that, between five and
million dollars . has been- stolen or
wasted.- Treasurer Berry has been the Chief
accuser, but' has as yef nof furnished the
attorney general with 'what the hitter
deems sufficient proof of the alleged over
chargea. s i. - . .
The' republican state committee claims
that Btuart will have a majority of over
100.000. Chslrmait Ntles of the Lincoln
PTt.T-la -sanguine of the. election of Mr.
Emery, and says that the fusion candidate
will brs elected, by at least. UO.OOO.
The congressional situation la Interesting.
In this , city the republicans will almost
certainly elect all of their, candidates, but
In the Interior of the state the fuslonlsts
re likely-fo be victorious in half a doaen
districts: f At present there is only one
democrat in congress from Pennsylvania
but it would not be aurprislng to sea at
least five In the next delegation.
etVTH PAR TIES CLAIM MISSOl Rl
Eaeh- Chairman Predicts that His
Pnrty Will Have Safe Plurality.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. -S.-rThe state campaign
ended tonight with both democratic and re
publlcaa parties jmttlng forth such strong
claims that the result of the election can
not.be forecasted with miy on:IJ(mbl
degr.e of accuracy.
The ticket to.be.flette.il comprises two
Judges. ot the supreme court, a railroad
and warehouse commissioner, state super
intendent of public schools, ' sixteen con
gresmen and a'full state legislature, with
the exception of seventeen hold-over sena
tors. At tho democratic state central com
mittee headquarters It Is claimed the stats
will be carried by a democratic majority
of between SO.OrtO and tO.ulO votea. A re
publican majority at from lS.cen to 30.000
votes In the state Is the claim made at the
republican state central committee head
Election results In St. Louis. Kansas City
and St. Joseph are - doubtful, but Induc
tions ar that the democrats will carry
Kansas City and St. Joseph and that St.
"Una, 111 go republican. -
ron.tltHtlonnl t laM In Oklahoma.
GUTHRIE. Okl.. Nov. .-Nex Tuoaday
the people of Ckluhoma will elect delegates
to the constitutional convention. Chairman
Jacob 1. Humon of the republican state
committee that .the . republicans will
have .seventy delegts (n the convention
out of th t0 bo elected, while Jesse R
Dunn, democratic chairman, predicts a safe
majority, "r lea Issues aro clear cut and the
rin-pUn. which has been conducted along
purely partisan lines, has been remarkably
free, of subterfuge.. There are candidates
from practically every Sistrict In the two
Hahi for Hraatorshlp In Montana.
HELENA, Mont., Nov. S.Tha campaign
tu Montana 'this year hns been waged on
congressmen and the control of the erlsla
ture. which will elect a senator to succeed
W. A. Clsrks The republicans "have waged
their canirxiigii on i.a-,., Imurs an-1 lt
democrats have put state iane. , the
front. -The renulilh i. ,...,wihi. . ;. ...
frderal ' setiaie. Cot.srrsainan nim.
former Senator Lee Mamie, bars tsWer. an
Rest Room, Manicuring;, Third;
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iconneuion. Miss Logan expert manicurist j
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McCall Bazaar Patterns
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,t terns, the best in the world. Prices 19c ami
, 13c each. Ask to (e McCnll s Magaxlna.
nnl EAa fn. .. U T . . . .. , ,,
, only Mc.tor u whole year, Including free
i ttt- ) xr5 TTJ -
' vvomens jmui unaerwear
. Never before such a m-llinir of .oi.w.m
underwear. Why Is It? Simnly this, our aa-
Women's fine ribbed wool union suits,
high neck, long sleeves, ankle length,
medium weight, natural gray, 11.50 a suit.
Women's fine ribbed wooL union suits.
high- neck, long sleeves, ankle length, heavy
l$1.8Vti ruitV according to size.
views of bur store free upon request.
active part In the campaign, ns have th
democratic candldutcs, Governor Toole, 1
K Frank and W. O. Conrad. Senator Clar.
has announced that ho will not be a cnnil.
STREMOIS AMPAI(i , OHH
Big- Gam from Iioin Parties Take Par,
COLl'MBUS, O., Nov. 3.-for an "oft
year" the .short campaign Just closing in
Ohio was particularly strenuous. Proml-
,t speakers from other states were heard
local orators were at work early anu
Carml Thompson, republican, and
uel A. Hoskins, democrat, lead their
ctlve tickets as candidates for secrc-
of state, and as both have frankly ap
d temperance lcKlslatlon less attention
jlK-cn paid to the lnsue which decided
overnorshlp one year ago.
real contest, however, has brt-n on
esshiein.' Secretarv Rhnw rwi
iTntl.A lco President Fairbanks, Sen.-
Bcveridge, Foraker and others urited
lection, of republican congressmen to
l president Roosevelt's policies. -AVil-
Jiryan, on the other side, mnintnined
'resident Roosevelt had adopted deni-
prlnclplea and that a demnerstie
would most properlit sustain him.
nerai, however, the democrats dwelt
e and local issues, while tho repub-
uscussed national questions.
man Dick of the state committee to-
sued a statement In which he said:
igment, bawd on the latest reports
cialic districts u-hiMi uit.. .
... - ......... iru ,-puOMCH II
candidates two years ago will re-elect those
candidates next Tuesday..
An interesting and popular featuro of the
campaign was the attendance of Mrs. Alice
Roosevelt Longworth nt the various meet
ings where her husband. Congressman
Longworth, was among tho speakers.
Republican Entbnslesm in Idaho.
BOISE, Ida.. Nov. 3. Secretary Taffs
trip through Idaho lias materially n.
creased the enthusiasm of tho republicans
In the closing of their campaign. Secre
tary Taft has strongly Indorsed the re
publican "law and order" argument that
Oovernor Frank R. Gooding should be re
elected as an Indorsement of his course
J mumy cnairmen, is that all
ildates on the republican ttate tlck-t
lected. Wc shall retain eveiy c n
iil dlHtrict which Is normally repub
bd confidently believe that d-mo-
Two Candidates for County Attorney
I nder Slabaugh's Administration.
t7r AA,,,n,( ,ax Uw ""forced;
175.000 already in the county
treasury, lessening our taxes and
giving-ns better roads.
County.pald no special counsel.
Aided in bringing county on a
caah basis, with $183,000 In the
treasury October 10, 1906
held for uncollected
County Judges held for marrlaae
District clerk held for fees re
ceived aa member of Commission
era of Insanity..
Enforced anti trust law.
Prosecuted Pat Crowe.
Represented the cgunty in the
aypreine court In twelve civil
cases, winning ten of them.
Won Omaha Water company
tax. caaa in tha United States
court; lL'1,000 of taxes Involved.
Tlll1, OMAHA M'MUV MKK: XOVEMnFtt 4.
liee, Nov. 4, '0
colors and black;
All of these are
camel'a hair shirts, high neck. Ions
, drawers to match, ankle Imirih.
fine winter weight, -extra fine quality, 9X;
DreSS GOOdS and SllkS for La-
dies Who Want the Best
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I Thompson, Uelden A Co's. d'4artinents
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show the touch and finish of newness and
j quality. Nothing to surgfst weakness; the
1 . .
ff tit IDS tWKt. BCO OTCSS gOfHiS (1,
played in our Sixteenth street window
Nothing could be more exquisite than c.ui
. . . . . ....
.uining couia ne more exuuisue tuan -ur
chiffon spot proof broadcloth, all colors and
1 T.n..iM. n . ....
1 nc"I1"- The new "Ixindon Smoke" (the new
jshado of gmy) ami the new leather brown
are In fashion centers a great favorite.
Both r.hadca now displayed In our Sixteenth
"ni-i winnow. iMODonv is anowinsr aucn a
Loner Black Glove Snecial
Sixteen button black Trefousae gloves In
Glace, Kid. very special quality, as long aa
they la.il. S3 Der Tlr.
. Cm; claxp Mannish gloves In English
n prosecuting the labor leaders accused
f the assassination of former Governor
The "Mormon Issue" raised fcy the demo
Tutlo campaign managers has been avowed
o far as possible by the republicans, and
n the other hand the democrats have
ivolded the "law and order" Issue.
Throughout the Mormon counties of south
ern Idaho much bitterness has been aroused
oy the attacks ot the democrats! led by
3enator Dubois, upon the Mormons.
Threats to challenge all Mormons at the
polls on allegations of disqualification un
der the state constitution are bitterly re
sented, and If democratic challengers make
good these threats serious disturbances art
Chairman West Says Republicans
Will Carry State and Cook County.
CHICAGO. Nov. i-The acUial work of
the;- state am county cnmpulgn was fin
ished tonight With mass meetings In all
parts of tho city and state. The apathy
which characterised the campaign in the
early stage has vanished nmt hr i
born during tho last three weeks much
more fervor shown. Chairman West of
the republican state centntt commute.,
said today that he exported ,thc republican
party to carry the state hy an. overwhelm
ins majority, tie a ho nrerllril .
or his party In Cook county and asserted
(hul Ik. ... 1. 1 1 .
....... iuinirinn wouia carry the great
majority of the congresalonal districts.
Chairman Boeschensleln of k. j
cratle committee d.-clared that the demo
crats will surely carry eight congressional
districts, probably ten, and possibly four
teen. He also claimed that the democrats
will make substantial gains In the next
legislature, which Is to elect a successor
to Senator Shelby Cullom.
Mlval Clelm. Wlseoii-t,,.
.MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Nov. S.The state
and congressional campaign throughout
Wisconsin practically closed tonight
Chairman William D. Connor of the re
publican state central committee predicts
the re-election of his state ticket by eoooo
plurality and the election of ten of the
eleven congressmen. Chairman H. H. Man
son of the democratic state central com
mittee claims his party ticket will win
with 15,000 plurality, and democrats will
luuer English's AdsalnUtrntls
Refused to enforce the Inheri
tance tax law.
County paid for special counsel.
i Aided In piling up the debt until
inf C1 ,21B-000 October 10.
X U 4
Taxpayers held the atk.
County judges held the fees.
District clerk has the fees.
Approve of truats.
Aided In defending Pat Crowe.
Defends them and delays
cane In the supreme court.
Not appeared for the countv In
the supreme court.
Not app-ared In United
OUTLOOK IS EMPIRE STATE
Ctmptitn" it Without Prwedent ii
Vietr u3 Vitnptrttiou.
MURPHY CLAIMS' CITY TOR HEARST
Tmaaauaajy Hosa riacea Plarnllty at
sM.w0 aa, Rrnabllraaa ny Their
Marala 1 p state Will V..
I VMW yi'ipu- x- .. f a ..
Lie.. . 3.-Today practically
l closed the most extraordinary umiulmi
; ,f"r nven,or In the political history of
".,"a,,' "ltho"h candidates will
I !'"" "perrh m"kln -"til Monday night.
- .-.-i. n campaign ot personalities
i-n'ft" n i.)iiaiiiien
rather than policies; of men Instead of
measures, and it has stirred the ni..i
of the voters of the Empire state to Its
fxtrrnie. boundaries. For vigor and
vituperation It has been without precedent
and for persistency of nppeals for votes
by the two candidates it stands alone.
National Issues, aside from the so-called
"trusty." have been entirely Ignored and
state issues hnve scarcely received pass
ing mention. Sensational charges have
been Injected from time to time and In
terest hns been kept Ht the highest pitch
for several weeks.
The official close of the campaign to
flight was amidst a blaxe of political en
thusiasm and rapid fire oratory.
Party Lines Itrnken.
'lhe close of the cnmpulgn finds a politi
cal situation unprecedented in this state,
and some of the shrewdest politicians ad
mit that the usual sources of poetical
prognostication are all but worthies party
lines have been broken as seldom before.
Mr. Hughes das been making a special
plea for democratic support, declaring him
self free from polltlcul obligation to any
person or thing and asserting that the
platform upon which he stands is broad
enough to welcome the sunort of "nil
good citlxens who desire a clean and hon
est administration at Albany."
, Mr. Hearst has attacked the trnui."
and "boss rule" and through his Independ
ence league Is claiming the support of
many republicans. Mr. Hearst has lieen
attacked by his opponent "for having taken
tho hand of a boss to secure the demo
cratic nomination," and the alleged
"Hearst-Murphy deal" has been the sub
ject of numerous republican speeches.
Money I sed at Buffalo.
Mr. Hughes has charged thut "money was
lavishly used to secure control of the
democratic convention at Buffalo," and he
has cited the "tumult of that political gath
ering as an evidence of what might be
expected nt Albany In the 'event of the
success of Hearst and Hearstlsm.' " Mr.
Hughes has made much of tho fact that
prominent ' "old-line democrats," among
them John G. Carlisle and Thomas M.
Osborne, have deserted the democratic
ticket and has urged others of the party
to follow their example.
Mr. Hearst claims the practically undi
vided support of union labor and the inde
pendence league and asserts that he has so
broken down the republican machine up
state as to make impossible the huge fa
publican majority which has heretofore
been brought down to the Bronx to wipe
out the democratic plurality in Greater
. Mr. Hughes and the republican campaign
managers admit that there has been de
fection from the republican ranks amoa
the laboring, clauses, but asserts that this
lose In mure than offset by the promised
support of the 'lold line democrats." '
Claim h- Murphy.''' j
Leader Murnhv of Tamnianv t.T'.,M if
.. , . .......... j.u.t i.uiiiib
that Mr. Hearst, whom Tammany helped ti
nominate ut Buffalo despite his attacks
upon the organisation a vear uko. will earn.
Greater. New Tork by a plurality of from
S0.0Wi'to-ln0,W votes, . The republicans ray
tbey are elated over this presentation, for
they claim Mr. Hughes will come, to the
Bronx with 2o,000 votes to spare.- : ,
Probably the most sensational features
of tho campaign were the mesrages of
Richard Crokcr, former leader of Tammany
Hall and now a resident of Ireland, and the
remarkable attack of Secretary of State
Root utxm Mr. Hearst in his speech at
Uticu on November J.
Mr. Crokcr cabled State Bonator MeCar
ren, democratic leader In Kings county, his
congratulations upon McCarren's consistent
opposition to Mr. Henrst. Kuh.0..uni. u.
Croker expressed surprise at tho action of
Charles F. Murphy, the present leader of
Tammany, In turning over the Tammany
delegates to Mr. Hearst at Buffalo, and de
clared that the election of Air. Hearst
"would paralyse capital and thereby par
alyse labor." -
Secretary Root, with the authority of
President Roosovelt as he announced, made
a remarkable attack upon Mr. Hearst,
Charging him with Inciting through his
newspaper the assassination of PreFident
icn.intey and denouncing him In no uncer
Queer Situation In Brooklyn.
In Brooklyn, Kings county, an anomalous
situation has presented Itself, State 8n-
lw --arren, democratic leader in that
borough and In absolute control of the
democratic machine, l,nH opposed Mr
Hearst. Ac a recent meeting Senator Mc
Carreh denounced Mr. Hearst and tli-n
moved the endorsement of the state demo
cratic ticket, which was carried with a
rush. Subsequently tho meeting endorsed
McCarren's stand In opposing Mr. Hearst
Kings county nominally is democratic by
a large majority. In the mayoralty elec
tlon of 1S0J. with throe candidates In the
field, Mr. Hearst, on a municipal owner
ship platform, curried It by some 15 000
votes, , .
In Mitnhattun. us in other boroughs' of
Greater New York, Richard Crokor'a
views on Mr. Hearst's candidacy caused
a mild sensation, particularly among the
Tammany followers. .While declining to
discuss Mr. Croker's stand, Charles F.
Murphy, Tammany leader, lias reiterate!
his declaration that Tammany would do
everything it could to fleet Mr. Hearsf.
Three of the Independence league" stats
candidates are on the democratic u,-kt
namely, Mr. Hearst for governor, Lewis
Stuyvesant Chanter for lieutenant-governor
and John Whaleii for secretary of
Hashes Is t'onadent.
"I am growing more and more confident
every .hour that the people are with mo in
this fight." said Mr. Hughes todav.
Chairman Woodruff sfd today that the
republican state committee during the rm.
p.-ilgn has received several checks from va
rious corporations. In every Inance, he
said, the checks- have been returned
promptly with the thanks of the onnimrrree
and the notice that the law forbids it a
receive any such contributions.
Mr. Woodruff reiterated his'st ltcment of
Vffcterday. In which he claimed thst the
election was about over but for the shout,
ing. and declares the conditions up state
were improving hourly. Telegrams from
up state chairmen, he said are that tha
Hughes pluralities1 will have, to be increased
over tha. first estimates. , ' i .
"William M. Hearst - has rimi- contribute I
I cent to Tammany Hall's fund." said
'.'harles F. Muipliv, the Tammany leader,
ti4lay. "We have, not axk.-d him for money
and we would not have ac ied It )uol h
offered it. Neither has Air. I hauler tlor
any of the ottoer ctndklttes on tha stat-.-
ticket 'contributed to the Vsmmany Hall
Mr. Murphy said that It Is not lhe custom,
for state candidates to. contribute to this
Tammany Hall fund.
The Evening Journal, ' William R.'liearst't
evening paper In this city, today estimated
that Mr. Hearst will be elected governor
of New York next Tuesday by a plurality
of ?i0.on0. This estimate, the Journal says,
la bssed upon a careful 'canvass of every
county In the state. The Greater New York
Is claimed for Hesrst T lM.noO plurality.
The claim Is made that Mr. Hearst will re
celve !5 out of 1"0 votes cast In Schenec
tady; Kings county Is claimed hy ao.Oio,
Erie county by T,0Ot to 10,000, Chemung
county by 5,000 and Albany county hy B.OOO.
Rensselaer count v also la claimed. The
Journal declares that on either side of the
Hudson rroin Nyack and Tonkers up
through Kewburgh, Hudson and Kingston,
the falling off In the republican Vote will
OITI.OOK It SLSFLOWKR STATB
Democrats Claim t.overnor. taut Con
cede Legislature to Republicans.
TOPEKA. Kan., Nov. J.-.o man Is able
tonight to accurately forecast Tuesday's
result, as far as the election of governor
Is concerned. Chairman P. C. Crummer cf
the republican state, central committee
today Issued a statement, complied from
the committee's canvass, estimating Gov
ernor K. W. Hoch'a plurality at 24,000.
Chairman Ryan of the democratic com
mittee claims the state for Colonel W. A.
Hsrris. the party nominee for governor,
by about .the same figure. , Governor
Hoch's plurality two years ago was 9,-.
ooo, whllo the normal republican majority
in the state Is estimated at 4,000.
Colonel Harris closed his campaign to
night with a speech at his home Law
rence, Kan. Oovernor Hoch will continue
his campaign up to the eve of election,
making his final speech at his homo town,
Marlon, on Monday night.
The democrats practically concede the
election of every man on the republican
state ticket, with the exception of Colonel
Harris and David Overmyer. candidate for
attorney general, and the three nominees
for tlie state railroad commission. The'
election -of a republican house of i-epre-sentaNves
Is also conceded.
There is every Indication that the votes
will be exceptionally heavy for an "off
year," the registration being unusually
heavy. : . ,
FAIRHAMv CLUSBS. CVWPAIUtt
Indiana Republicans Claim Kleven of
, the. Thirteen Congressmen
INDIANAPOLISf .Nov. 3. The Indiana
campaign closed tonight with meetings Jn
each congressional district. Vice President
Charles W. Fairbanks ended a four days'
speaking tour of the. state at Evansvllle,
where ho and John L. Griffiths,- consul to
Liverpool, spoke to a great crowd. Senator
Homenway addressed a meeting in his dis
trict and Senator Ueverldge closed the
campaign In this city. Each congressman
closed the campaign- In his district. John
W. Kern closed the campaign for the demo
At- republican state headquarters It is
claimed that the stale will glv a pldrallty
of 3(1,000 for the republican state ticket and
that eleven congressmen will be elected out
The election of Representative Lincoln
Dixon In the Fourth district and W. E.
Cox in the Third district, both democrats
is conceded. The legislature, it is claimed.
will be republican by fifty or more. No
specific claims are made at democratic
Quiet Campolwn In California.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 2. Tho nollticsl
campaign Is closing quietly. Public In
terest, a compared with that exhibited In
rormer years, ar. pears to nave a m nlshcd.
particularly In thia city.
Chairman George Stone of the republl.
can state central -committee said today
he exnects J.-N.' Giltett yunitirlai. for
ernor, to carry the state by a plurality of
JV.SIO over 'Bell. On behalf of the demo
cratic state central committee Secretary
Thomas J. Walsh predicted the election
or Theodore A. Bell, democrat, br a ma
jority of M50. At Independence league
headquarters Secretary George 3. Cleary
said that reports Indicate that William H.
Langdon, candidate, for' governor, will
have a plural'ty of M0 over Glllelt and
11,000 over Bell.'
Gettlnsr Ont Vote in Minnesota.
ST. PAUL, Minn.. Nov, 8. Various meet
ings throughout St. Paul and Minneapolis
tonight wound up the campaign for gov
ernor of Minnesota. There will be a few
meetings on Monday night, but the heavy
artillery has all been fired and tho eftorta
of the committee will now be directed to
getting out the vote. At political head
quarters Iq this .city the chairmen of both
parties, express confidence In victory. Of
the Minnesota representation in congress,
which Is now solidly republican, four con
gressmen have no opposition.. In the other
districts brisk contests have been waged.
Labor Campaign in Connecticut.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov.. . The cam
paign In Connecticut closed tonight with
much enthusiasm. Samuel Gompers. presi
dent of the American Federation of Labor,
came to the state and indorsed the can
dldacy for congress . of Charles J. Dona
hue., state superintendent of the federa
tion, ss against Representative George JU
Lilley. On the state ticket Thayer, the
democratic candidate for governor and a
believer In municipal ownership,, lias dis
cussed state issues. Colonel Woodruff, his
opponent, did not take the stump. Tha
state is strongly republican.
Tennessee Republicans ' Hopeful.
NASHVILLE. Tann., Nov. . Republicans
express hope of electing H. Clay Evans
governor In the coming election, but demo
cratic managers aasert that Malcom R. Pat
terson will receive the usual democratic
majority. Democrsts claim that the pres
ent representation in congress, eight demo
crats snd two republicans, will be un
changed, while republicans say that they
have a chance to gain the Fourth and
Klghth districts The legislature wit) be
democratic and will elect as United States
senator Robert L. Taylor.
Hepfihjteau will Uneeeed Al'srer
DETROIT. Mich., Nov. I.-Republlcan
victory In the election In this state next
Tuesday la generally conceded, the only
question being apparently the site of the
majorities and the number of members
of the state legislature the democratic
party will elect. Control of the legislature
which will elect a successor to Unltrd
ois.r. eensmr it. A. Alger, Is conceded to
the republicans. Republican success In all
twelve congressional districts Is generally
Democrats Concede Sorth Dakota.
FARGO. N. D.. .Nov. J.Tha republican
state centrtl committee claims the stale
all! give. its usual republican majority fo,
all candidates, with the exception of Johr
knauff for supreme Judge, who will run
behind his ticket.
The democrats admit the election of u.
republican ticket, but claim they will tc
Judge Fisk to the supreme bench. Th
Indications are that the vote will be ihi
Issues a Wmmtna.
CHKYKNNh.. Wyo.. Nov. l Wyoming
the campaign has been thort. but the demo"
. ruts have made , ag,re,iVe fight on re
form lines, .lucking the republic,, or.
ganncatlon.cn economic proposition., ,uch
aa under valuation ef railroad proporty
. . .
giving' away, of valuable water rights ami
dominance of corporations. Accusations of
graft In tha stats administration have a!t
been made. The statff tins been overwhelm
ingly republican for ten .years, but the
democrats hope to 'reduce the customer"
republican majority on the stste ticket thi
year. The chol-c of lnlted States senator
Is Involved In the election. Senator War
ren Is tho republican randldate and the
democrats have nnmed no randldate for
the position., . . , . , ,
Repultlleaaa Will Carry South Dakota.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D.. Nov. 3 It is
generally conceded tonight that republi
can congressional and state tickets in
South Dakota will have a plurality of be
tween S0.000 snd 40,000. The closlnif
lively. . i
tlays of the campaign have been
WIRELESS TELEPHONE WORKS
Experiments In Maaatu-husetts Prove
Itlllty of Invention in
Work Off Const.
MARSHFIEI.D. Mass.. Nov. S -The wire,
less tckplionc it is claimed, has success
fully entered Into the deep sea fishing in
dustry. For the past week experiment"
have been conducted by the wireless tele
graph station at Brant Rock, which la
equipped with, a wireless telephone.' with
f small Veise! stationed' amnnr rmrt
of the south shore fishermen twelve miles
out in Massachusetts bay. 1 "
Recently it Is aaerted the fishermen
wUhed to learn the prices ruling In the
Boston market. The operator oi the wlre-toss-fttted
boat cslled up Brnnt Rock, asked
the price of fish In Boston snd received, the
Information asked for.
LONDON. Nov. S. By permission of King
Edward, the marriage occurred at ih.
Chapel Royal, St. James' palace, this after
noon of May. daughter of Mrs. Wllllan
George Cavendish-Bentlnck. formerly Mts
Livingston of New York, to John. Ford, sec
retary of tire British embassy at Constan
tinople and formerly attached to. the Brit
ish embassy at Washington, D. C. The
church was tilled with prominent people
Snd a very large crowd of member nr
cjely attended the reception subsequently
held by the bride's mother. The king pre
sented the bride with an amethyst and dia
mond , pendant and Ambassador nd Mrs.
Reld and all the leaders of the American-
colony, as well as many friends In tha
United Slates, figured on the ejtteuded . list
of donors of Jewels and othsr costly pres
ents. ' ""
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At s o'clock Saturday -evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Bugene Purdy, MS North
Twenty-flffh street, their ..daughter, Miss
n-td-Purdy, was.marrted to Walter Oityle
8paln. in the presence of about seventy-five-Invited,
guests. Rev. .Frank ,L. Lnveland of
the First Methodist . Episcopal church of
ficiating. W. A. Waugh and Miss Ann
Houston attended the bride and groom.
Orville. K. Ten (rue of' Oirmha -and Miss
Kthellne R. McGeorge of Council Bluffs
were rosrrled by Rev.- Frank L. Loveland
of the First -Methodist Episcopal church
at 7;30 o'clock- Saturday evening In ti e
parlors of the church parsonage.
. ' Eanll Barth.
' GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. I. Spc
claL) The remalna of Emll Barth. edi
tor, of tho Anxelger-Herald. were laid to
rest yesterday afternoon, services- fTclns
conducted at the house and at Hie Eng
lish Lutheran church.. Rev. W. T.
Kabse- officiated In Oermen. The' de
ceased had been in'the printing anU news
paper business for the past-twenty years.
About a. year ago he became parr owner
and editor Of the paper upon which he had
worked sd long. He was a bright German
printer and was held in - hlrn
'hls 'colleagues of tlie' press of the city.
ine Ancient order of United .Workmen,
ef which he was a- rrwmber; also attended
In a' body.
Oalas II. RnliVrfLtrlu.
Osiss H. RubenstelnrTi widely know n
llinch riMllnr H i -. I .ilUuIu . 1. 1 . l
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wife tie was ill nd afraid abriut to tile he
lay down, and In less than an hour his
fear Waa' realised . Rtlhenateln ns.-nw
lunch wagon at Sixteenth and Davenpott,
streets, and It Is 'saiif he.'madc a fortune
In the business In 'Oniaha, becoming the
possessor of considerable property.
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