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CILAEA BELLES BREAK MARK
booster League's High Three-Game
Record Goes to Qfl07,
"ROLLED AGAINST NEW PINS
ttJerr Sinn in flamr Wearing Ilia
l Striking TogM nml Ten I'lns'Go
Doim In Onalnnglit that
Zost night on the Association nllcys
I the Clara Belles again went on the
rampago and broko the Booster league's
thigh three-game record with a gland
total of Ifltf. The KRinfS were rolled
.on alleys six and seven against new
(pins. IJvery man had on his striking
togs and all managed, to get ono or mare
p30 scores. Out of the fifteen games
rolled, ten were over MO. Stunz shot
high total with G69 and high single gano
with 234. He was closely followed by
Cain with a total of Ctl. The game In
, "jjaro 128
feLp, . Johnson ,. 1(9
4- Totals 016 1.027 l.OOl
Onte liy I.engne,
1st. 2d. 3d.' Total
.120 145 120 391
.191 1W 166 MO
.ll 191 lfiS 4112
.172 172 133 477
.300 1S2 184 KB
.827 . m .773 . 2MS3
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
.170 1Q) '.til U3
.103 179 IBS DO!)
.181 123 151 4IW
,.113 1M 120 St5
Totals 783 740
J. fi. CROSS.
Totals 699 647 W l.WK
Handicap .T) 30 30 90
Totals 729 677 610 2,016
TRACY IM. TUUDAS.
1st. 2d, m. -row
Totals 763 M S77 2,482
MAJOR LEAGUE SEASON
: OPENS APRIL TENTH
NEW YOltIC, Nov. 6. The major loajrue
base ball season of ISIS will begin on
Atrll 10. Refection of this data, was an
nounced here today as the result of an
agreement between President -Lynch of
the National and President Johnson of
the American league, who under the no
tional agreement are authorised to deter
mlno this starting point for tho framing
of major league schedules,
in World is Pound
JOHANNBHUima, Nov. 6. A diamond
-weighing 1,649 carats has been discov
ered In tho Premier mine. This Is tho
largest diamond In the world. The fa
mous Culllnan diamond which was found
In tho same mine In 1006, weighed 3,024
carats, but was cut Into eleven separate
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You will save stropping and honing
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Don't let another day pass. Get a Gillette Stand
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Gillette DIades-two ilzct or Packet, 50c. and $1.00.
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTON
Sayi Defeat of Taft Bests on Shoul
ders of Colonel.
DESERTION CHANGES HISTORY
nrpnbllcnn Party Will Continue to
Sustain Its Policies with Undlmln
Ishlns; Conlldenae, Asserts
NEW YOltIC, Nov. .-nesponilblllty for
the defeat of President Tnft "rests
squarely and solely upon Mr. Roosevelt,"
said Charles D. Utiles, chalrmau of the
republican national committee, In a state
ment Issued after midnight, "But for Mr.
Ilooeevelt'si vtlon In deserting the re
publican party,! he said, "Mr. Taft would
unquestionably have been elected."
The statement follows:
"Kor tho third time In fifty-two years
the administration has been transferred
from the republican to the democratic
party. In each previous Instance the re
publican party has been soon again re
called to power, for Its policy, Its history
and Us administration has boen found the
sunest and safest and the most conducive
to the well being and prosperity of the
people and the permanency of It's Institu
tions. So It will be In 1916.
"President Taft has served one term
and has acquitted himself with credit
to his country. His exceptional prepara
tion for the task wan universally com
mended. His administration wan unqual
ifiedly endorsed by his party which again
chose him for Its candidate for a further
term. The tveord of achievement during
his administration was unparalleled. Ho
has stood as a bulwark In support of tho
constitution and of representative gov
ernment which Is the very life of the
"The government ha been admini
stered with fidelity and economy In every
branch. The well-being of the American
wago earners Is unexampled. More men
ari employed today than at any time
1V the history of the country, wages are
higher than ever before and prosperity
abounds. All the conditions of tri
umphant victory exst.
nvlt Cnu.rs Detent.
"The defection from the republican
party accounts for today's results. The.
responsibility for this must rest squarely
and solely' upon Mr. Roosevelt. But for
Mr. Roosevelt's action In desorttng the
republican party Mr. Taft would un
questionably havo been re-elected. Wo
would not be face to face with tho In
evitable transition of a rational protec
tive policy to the experiment of a tariff
for revenue only.
"The republican party will pursue and
sustain Its policies with undlmlnlshlng
confidence. It will return to supremacy
In 1916 with Its policies fully vindicated
polloles of reasonable protection to
American Industries and the Independ
ence of the judiciary.
"Out of all the conflict of this ex.
traordlnary campaign there can be drawn
supreme consolation In 'which every
cltlien of the union must share that
throughout the uncompromising and un
flinching warfare on President Taft and
the republican party the third term at
tack upon our institutions has been de
feated and the stamp of condemnation
placed upon It by a large majority of the
citizenship of the country; and also.that
through his determined and vlgorousex
posuro of the dangerous policy of the
third term party he has repelled the as.
suit upon the constitution of our fathers
and upon the sound and baste elements of
nixnn aires His Opinion.
United States Senator Dixon, chair
man of the progressive national com
mittee, gave out the following ntute
ment after midnight at progressive na
The election returns tonight show that
more than 4.000.000 voters have enlisted
under the banner of the progressive
part'. They have enlisted for the war.
Borne of our most enthusiastic leaders
had hoped that possibly this might have
been I860. It Is evidently ISM.
"The result of today's balloting makes
the progressive party the dominant op
ponent of the democratic part)'. To
day the old republican party becomes the
third party in American politics. The
enlightenment of the voters of the na
tion has become an accomplished fact
We are going forward Immediately with
our plans to complete our organisation
for the congressional election two years
from this time.
"I have Issued a call for the progress.
ive national committee to meet at Chi
cago on December 10. We have also In
vlted to this meeting of the national
committee all chairmen of the state
committees, the progressive candidates
for governor at yesterday's election and
other prominent progressive leaders. We
expect to maintain a permanent head
quarters during the coming four years.
The tight to drive special privilege from
American politics has Just begun."
- an Omaha Election
Carl C. Wilson, second cousin of President-elect
Woodrow Wilson, figured In
an election which took place In Omaha
today. Nominated as a member of the
executive committee of the Real Estate
oxchango, Wilson modestly withdrew.
Just beforo the ballots were cost, . and
not until after the vote was 'countod
was tho oxchango Informed that he Is a
relatlvo of tho vlclor on the national
Byron R. Hastings was unanimously
elected president of the exchange and
Frank II. Myers, A. I. Crelgh and E. M.
Blater were made vlco president, secre
tary and treasurer, respectively.
As members of the executive com-
mltteo retiring President George T. Mor
ton, P. D. Wesd and C. C. George were
elected on a plurarlty vote. C. C. Wil
son, whose father, the lato Dr Wilson,
a promlnont Omaha dentist, was a cousin
of President-elect Woodrow Wilson, wns
nominated for member of the oxecutlvo
committee, but on his own requift that
he be dropped because private business
would Interfere with his activity as an
executive committeeman, his "strength"
was thrown to tho three who were
A. I. Crelgh as secretary of the ex
change and E. M. Slater, treasurer, were
unanimously re-elected with no com
At the conclusion of President Mor-
ton's short voledlctory speech, the ex
change voted Its thanks to him and tho
other retiring- officers for their services
n the Interest of the organisation.
Tho now offloers will take up their
dtitlo at the next meeting.
Bryan Rejoices at
Victory of Wilson;
Praises the Winner
IJNCOIjN, Neb., Nov. G.-WUllam J.
Bryan made the first public expression
of his pleasure at tho election of Gov
ernor Wilson at tho headquarters of
tho Woodrow Wilson State Progressive
league In a local hotel here late tonight,
when, In response to calls for a speech,
"As a religious hymn has been brought
into the campaign by ono of tho par
ties, I think that I am Justified In using
the lines of another hymn to express
my feelings: ''This is, tho day I lpng
havo sought and mourned because I
found it not.
"I am happier than Governor Wilson,
for his Joy Is repressed by a sense of
responsibility, white I am happy ana
free. My confidence in Governor Wil
son haB grown with acquaintance and
I feel sure that he. will live up to the
expectations which his campaign has ex
cited. "I have confidence In him because I
believe he listens to his conscience. 1
have little faith In a man who does
right only because he thinks that he is
being watched. Ho must have a stronger
motive than that. He must doi right be
cause he cannot live with himself un
less he does.
"Mr. Wilson Is free to be d people's
president and I have no doubt that he
will so conduct his administration as to
command tho approval of tho country.
My Joy Is Increased by the fact that
Nebraska, tho city of Lincoln arid the
precinct In which I livo all gave plural
ities for Mr. Wilson."
Bergpr is, Defeated
By Fusion Candidate
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 6. Congressman
Victor, U Berger of Milwaukee, the only
socialist in congress, was defeated for
re-olectlon by former Congressman Wll
llnm II. Stafford, who ran as a fusion
candidate on tho democratic ticket.
eCHENECTADY. N. Y., Nov. 6.-The
socialist strength In Schenectady, which
was established here last year when
Mayor George R. Lrtinn and a majority of
aldermen and supervisors were elected,
was broken at tho polls today, when not
a socialist candidate carried oven the city.-
The socialists ran second to the demo
crats and In tho country precincts they
ran third, with tho democrats first and
the republicans second. Debs received
3,456 votes In tho county and Rusnell, for
governor, 4,267. Mayor Lunn, candidate
for congress, received 4,494 votes In the
city, or 1,641 less than when he ran for
mayor a year ago. Assemblyman Merrill,
the only socialist In the Now York legis
lature, was beaten by over 1,000 votes by
Arthur P. Squire, democrat.
Babies Bought and
Sold m Los Angeles
I.OS ANGELES, dal.t Nov. 6. "Babies
In Los Angeles are being given away, or
bought and sold like so many puppy.
dogs," declared Dr. L. M. Powers, city
health officer, today, who said new laws
regulating the adoption or transfer of
children wero absolutely necessary. "It
would be Impossible to say how many
babies vanish each year, leaving no clue
to their fate. Many babies aro taken
for 'adoption' by people who do not leave
their correct identity and of whom we
can find no trace. A few babies, of
course, find good homes, but there are a
great many whose fate Is entirely different."
TERRE HAUTE, Ind., Nov. 6. Andrew
Berkeley, Theodore Swlckard, Fred Tos
ser and Joseph Jeffers were arrested at
the voting place In Taylorvllle precinct
today by deputy United States marshals
and taken to Indianapolis. The men are
charged with Intimidating a dtlsen of
the United States. The men had been
released on bond and their arrest fol
lowed the petition of the bondsmen to
withdraw. Berkeley. Tosscr and Jeffers
were armed with revolvers when ar
rested. They were serving as election
officials In the precinct.
to National House
CONGRESSMAN FATALLY HURT
IN AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., Nov. .-Con
gressman George Curry was fatally ln
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 5.-In the Ninth dis
trict Speaker Champ Clark, democrat, is
re-elected to congress.
BOWLING GREEN. Mo., Nov. S. "I
congratulate Wilson, and I congratulate
the country," Champ Clark, speaker of
the house of representatives, said at 10:30
o'clock tonight when told of Governor
Wilton's victory. "No sensible man has
ResultHe Says, in
a Contented Spirit
OYSTER BAY, N. Y., Nov. C. Shortly
before midnight Colonel RooBevclt made
the following statement:
"The American people by a great
plurality have decided In favor of Mr
Wilson and the democratic party. Like
all good citizens I nccept the result with
entire good humor and contentment. As
for the progressive cause I can only re
peat what I have ulready so many times
said: 'The fate of the leader for the
time being is of little consequence, hut
the cause Itself must In the end triumph
for Its triumph Is essential to the well
being of tho American people.' "
At the same time he Issued his state
ment Colonel RooHeevIt Bent the follow
ing telegram to Governor Wllsonr
"The American people by a great plu
rality have conferred upon you the high
est honor In their gift. 1 congratulate
EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 6. Rebels today
again destroyed the Mexican Northwest
ern railway at various points below
Juarez and dynamited two large trestles
over a canyon west of the city of Chi
huahua. Reconstruction of the road by
the American company had been nearly
completed on promise o? federal military
officials that the line ' would be pro
Judge's Feet Cut Off
By Railroad Engine
ELGIN. 111.. Nov, 6.-Whlle Judge
Henry B. Willis, presiding jurist of the
northern division of the appellate court,
was standing on a railroad track In front
of a newspaper office tonight watching
the election returns, he was struck by
an engine and both legs were cut off
near tho ankles. He also sustained seri
ous Injuries about the head.
WILSON LEARNS IS ELECTED
Future President Asserts a Great
Cause Has Triumphed.
DINES WITH PARTY OF FRIENDS
First Returns Fnvornhlc to Hint
Fall to Make Him Orrrconfl
ilent, tint Suspense Is Very
PRINCETON, N. J Nov. S.-Rcspond-
Ing to a telegram from tho democratic
national chairman, asserting that Gover
nor Wilson unquestionably was elected,
the governor sent a dispatch to Mr. Mc
Combs as follows:
'I deeply appreciate your telegram and
wish to extend to you and the members
of the campaign committee mv warm
congratulations on the part you havo
played . In the organization and conduct
of a campaign fought out upon essential
"A great cause has triumphed. Every
democrat, every true progressive, of
whatever alliance, must now lend his full
force and enthusiasm to the fulfilment
of tho people's hope, the establishment
of the people's right, so that Justice and
progress may go hand In hand."
This was Governor Wilson's first utter
ance of a public character following his
acceptance of tho reports that he had
At. Ilniwiiirt with Friends.'
Governor Wilson sat tonight with a
party of friends around a brilliantly Il
luminated dinner table as tho election
returns began to como In. earlier (than'
was anticipated. The first results the
governor got wera favorable and his
comment was "that's very encouraging"
as tho returns continued to come In from
Massachusetts, Connecticut and New
York all favorable, Governor Wilson and
the party about tho dinner table showed
(heir pleasure. ' 4 --.--
Captain Bill McDonald, tho Texas
ranger,- who Is the governor's body
guard, read a stack of returns and felt
so happy that he exclaimed:
'I wonder If I'd get arrested If I Just
shot off my guns. It It keeps up this
way I'll have to Just turn 'em loose."
Captain McDonald Is a closo- friend of
Colonel Roosevelt, but differs from h'inf
The governor was not overconfident.
When shown the return from New York'
City he smiled: "I'm supposed to -carry
the city by three to one In order to win
the state," ho said as he continued his
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Railroad for Canada
MONTREAL, Canada, Nov. 6. As the
result of the entrance Into Canada of a
new and powerful group of English capi
talists and continental bankers, Canada
Is euro of another lnterocean railway, It
is announced in local financial circles
The proposed railway line when com
pleted will extend from the Pacific ocean
to Hudson bay and will be known as, the
Alberta, Peace River & Eastern railway.
The Canadian representatives of the com
pany have Just received sanction from the
railways commission for the first section
of upward of 400 miles.
Among the men stated to be behind the '
enterprise are Lord Farrer, Lord Vivian,
Guy C. Wilson, Jamese Mllllngton Synge.
Frank E. Houlder and Frederick W
Thompson, Frnnds David Cochins of Am
sterdam, Holland, and Edwin C. Kykert
and H. Muskett King of Montreal.
jured tonight near Alamo Gordo, Otero uW'd the result for weeks. I am not
county. In an automobllo accident 'surprised ut Roosevelt carrying Illinois,
KiY, J", t." Sl '"'l" "-- .Mvrl'inii
but am glad to hear tiil-lDlS JJunue
T'n rrf,'",''ly j "leet
RESTORE GOVERNMENT TO
PEOPLE, SAYS MARSHALL
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd., Nov. 6.-Bov-ernor
Thomas R. Marshan, democratic
candidate for vice president, wheu assured-
of the success of the national
"The demooratlo victory of today will
result in a restoration of representative
government In America if democratic of
ficials, both state and national, shall
constantly remember that executive duty
consists In the enforcement of the law
and In the Insistence upon legislative
compliance with democratic platforms
and principles; It leg.slatlve representa
tives will remember that they are to rep
resent the people and not any Interest
whatever, and will be zealous to formu
late Into legislation the principles either
enunciated In democratic platforms or
growing out of the baste principles of
Jetfersonlan democracy; and If Judicial
representative will give uh perfection of
reason In the light of today and not In
the light of two centuries ago, and shall
be content to construe, and not to mike,
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
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