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Several Groups of Names Suggested
for Wilson's Advisers.
SPECULATION ABOUT BRYAN
Possible Advent of More Student
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ment Open Wide Field
WASHINGTON, Nov. C-C'ftWnot mak
er are already busy conjuring with
names of those who will tiharo with Wll
on In shaping tho policy of tho nsxt ad
ministration. Necessarily this. In purely
gossip, but Uie cabinet builders nrc none
theirs actlce In pointing out thn persons
nnd the clement available an cabinet ma
One of the available element embraces
those who were1 conspicuous party figure
at tho Baltimore convention, Including
Speaker Clark, Chalrmnn Underwood of
the ways and means Committee William
Jennings liryan, Governor Tom of Massif
chuictts. Governor Harmon of Ohio and
seme, others. H Is generally assumed,
however, that Speaker Clark nnd Chair
man Underwood would prefer to continue
their work In congress, espcclnlly now
that the legislative proKrsm on tho tariff,
nnd other uuestlons Is likely to meet with
As to Mr, liryan. one of thn. democratic
r.nators was quoteil during the campaign
as definitely assigning Mr, Bryan to a
cabinet place' In case of Wilson's elec
tion, although tho latter stated about the
iame time tluit no consideration had beon
ir'vcn ' to the personnel of the cabinet
Nonetheless speculation la active as to
whether tho Nebraskan will have a port
folio. CntuiiMlorn "Wnrrlors Considered,
Another element from which cabinet
material Is being suggested embraces
those .who have been prominently Identi
fied with the Wilson campaign, notably
Chairman McoCmbs of the democratic na
tional committee, Representatives Urlcson
wnd Henry of Texas, Itcpresentatlvo Pal
mer oi Pennsylvania, Assistant Chalrmai)
iicAdoo and a number of others who
bore te Irvat at the conflict at UaJtl
more And during the campaign.
Still .another available element Is made
tup of prominent party figures In the
i various states who were not consciously
Identified with thn recent national con
vention, while another Includes some of
tho veterans of the last administration.
Outride of these usual elements from
which cabinets can be constructed many
foresee tho entry ot a considerable new
element In public affairs raado up of men
like Mr. Wilson who have been Identified
with tollegtate educational and tho oro
nomlq aUiy ot public; questions. This
opens 'a wide field ot available material.
All bf this Rctlvlty of cabinet making
Is necessarily confined to gossip nnd con
jecture and though names are likely to
be put forward from now on nothing
authoritative Is expected until the president-elect
himself has In his own way
und Uno given mature consideration to
those who will make up his official house
niCJtMOND, Vn., Nov, 5-Wllion'n
birthplace, Staunton. Vai, gave him 033;
Taft, BI7: Roosevelt, 05.
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DEMOCRATS MAY GET SENATE
(Continued from Pago One.)
led Mr. Toft's pre-election campaign.
Representative Rarthpldt 01 Missouri is
among the republicans who have weath
ered the storm in Missouri, and General
Sherwood, the democratic author of the
"dollar-a-doy" pension bill of last ses
sion, comes back from Ohld.
The strengthening of the democratic
house also marked the retirement of sev
eral old-time republican leaders who have
been national figures for nearly a gen
eration. The greatest Interest attaches
to tho result in "Undo Joe" Cannon's
district, which he has represented In tho
house for thirty-eight years.
Illieneaer llllt Detented.
"Undo Joe's" old nnd friend through
the stormy days of his speakership, Kbe
nexer Hill, went down to defeat In Con
necticut, and Connecticut for the first
time In years elected a solid democratic
delegation of five to the house. Incom
plete returns scm to presage the defeat
of Itcpresentatlvo Crumpacker of Indiana,
who as chairman of thn house census
committee framed tho reapportionment
bill that created the congressional dis
tricts for yesterday's election.
In Illinois, near the scene of former
Spenker Cannon's defeat. William B. Mc-
Klnley, who, managed the Taft campaign,
seemed to be defeated In tho carty rei
.Berorto Iync, imp of the fath,eis(of JLfo
i'ayne-Aiur:cii tariff Jaw, woo returned.
by his New York constituents.
In Chicago "Jim" Mann, floor leader
of tho minority In tho present house,
fought bitterly to maintain a narrow lead1
with only half of his district reported.
Hut Champ Clark was returned to be
speaker ot tho next house In the first
returns received. With him came Oscar
v. unaorwoon or Aianama, chairman or,
tho house ways and means committee.
which framed the tariff bills of the pres
ent house. And with Underwood came a
solid dembcratlo delegation from Alabama1
and tho remainder qf the south.
Progressive candidates for the house
reported elected in tho day's .return were,
J, A. Falconer and W. J. Bryan, candl
date-at-Iarge for Washington, and W. J,
MaDooncU is the Twelfth Michigan dis
MAKE NORRIS WINNER;
ALDRICH IS BEHIND
(Continued from Pago One.)
Washington, 1 precinct 6l7
Sioux, 1 precinct , 48
Hall. 1 precinct , 174
Nuckolls, 2 precincts 01
Cass, 3 precincts 167
Howard. 1 precinct 81
Dawes. 1 precinct,., 15
Kearney, It precincts., sat
Hock. of 14 31!
Ued Willow, 21 of . ,,.1,160
Blaine, 1 of 8 57
iDundy, 7 of IS.,.. US
Custer, 4 precincts.,., 190
Keth, 1 ot 81
Adams, 6 of 20.,,., ., 832
Knox. 1 of a US
Dawes, i of 10 ltt
Grant. 3 of 8 107
Webster, 4 ot IS '349
Box. Butte 567
Cedar , ,1,676
Deuel , 223
Nance ., , tilt
Karpy , sn
Saunders , -185
Bruwn, 10 71 J
Dodge, 20 , 2,1:5
Johnson. IS., 1,142
, Phelps, 18 1,415
wnyne, 17 , ..1.243
387 precincts ., 26,310
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 6.-Latest
I figures for Milwaukee county complete
and 9U precincts outside, give Karel,
democrat, for governor, 66.679. and Mo
Govern, republican. 81,782, showing Karel's
plurality to be 1S,K. with about half the
state yet to be heard from.
Thomas Konop, democrat. Eighth con
gressional district, appears to have been
re-elected, Chairman ' Bcott concedes
Konop'a victory over Morse. '
The race for congress in the sixth dis
trict between James II. Davidson, republl
can, and M. IC Uellly. democrat. Is close.
both claiming electton, Chairman 8cott
; says Iiellly probably Is elected.
' Scattering returns on the woman's suf.
frage amendment shows that the propo.
jsitlon was overwhelmingly defeated In
) Colds Cause Ilenderhn and Grip,
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W. OIIOVE. S6c-Adverlement.
jMR. WILSON IS STILL DAZED
President-Elect Says He Can Hardly
Realize it is True.
RECEIVES MANY TELEGRAMS
CniiR-rntuUtion from liryan, I'nrker
ami lienrat ffnyai It U Too
r.nrlj- to Think Alto at
PRINCETON, N. J.. Nov. C-' I can't
1 realize that It Is true."
Woottrow Wilson, president-elect, thus
greeted forenoon visitors today, who
swarmed to his house to offer congratu
lations. Among them were many mem
bers of the Princeton faculty.
"I can't realize that It's true," repeated
the governor. "It hasn't qolte dawned
on me. I had been In an Impersonal at
mosphere for the last three months, read
ing about myslf, reading that I wan to
, bo elected, and now I can hardly believe
jit Is true."
Mrs. Wilson and her daughters as
I slated the governor in receiving callers
today. Among the first, to arrive was
Charltn W. McAlphln, secretary of
Princeton university. Another caller was
i Sell Deutschman of Han Antonio, Tsx.,
I who bears, a striking resemblance to
Colonel Roosevelt. He had been stump
ing in the east for the governor and Is
now on his way home.
Governor Wilson received the follow
ing mcssagn this morning from President
Hlbbon of Princeton:
"In the name of Princeton university I
extend to you Uio congratulations ' and
best wishes of your alma mater upon
your election to the presidency, of the
Nothlnic to Kenr.
Oovamor Wilson this afternoon issued
a statement In which ho declared that
"there la absolutely nothing for the hon
est and enlightened business men of the
country to fear" from the democratic
To President Taft at Washington, Mr.
Wilson sent the following telegram: ,
I warmly appreciate your kind mefl-
sage and wUh. to express my sincere per
To Colonel Itoosevelt nt Oyster Hay he
sent tho following telegram
"My slncerest thanks for your kind
lessage. Pray accept my cordial k.hi ,
Telegram from liryan.
Among the congratulatory telegrams
received were the following:
William J. Bryan: "I am glad to roport
that you Ivave carried my state, the city
of Lincoln and my precinct. Your suc
cess here adds to my enjoyment of your
William nandolph Hearst nt Madrid,
Spain: "Congratulations, both on ypur
personal victory and on the fact that
you will have a democratlo house and
senate to support the policies of your ad
Alton B. Parker: 'Teople are to be
congratulated on tho opportunity given
you to serve thorn; and nearly all,
whether voting for you or not, feel this
to bo (rue. Now that a calm summing up
of the result of yesterday has been
taken, be so good as to nccept my con
gratulations." "How about un extra session of con
gress?" someone aked Governor Wllnon
"I have given no thought to such mat
fers as vet." was tho reply. "I'm not bh
a iiair trigger.
TURKS ARE IN LAST DITCH
(Continued from Pago Ono.)
the approaches to Constantinople to pre
vent tho Ingress of fugitives.
Notwithstanding theso measures and
the arrival of tho forolgn war vessels
tho pMbllc Is still unsettled and many
families continue to leave for abroad,
whllo. residents of tho suburbs aro coming
Into the Innor city.
The nublla Is astonished and dumb
founded at the repeated Turkish re
verses. It Is now recognized on all sides
that tho. end hna come.
The Mussulman population of tho
towns along tho Dardanelles, although
depressed, maintain calm.
Mnlonlkl Mny Surrender.
ATHENS, Nov. S.-A Greek naval
squadron today occupied the Turkish
Island ot Tenedos, near tho entrance to
tho Dardanelles. The Investment by the
Greeks of the fortress Is nearly com
Negotiations for tho surrender of
Halonlkl wero opened last Friday between
the foreign consuls and the military au
thorities, but the Turkish commander de
manded that his troops be allowed to
rrnrch out with their arms and with all
the honor ot war and tho negotiations
fell through. Tho dvll governor Is said
to have committed suicide.
The Greek nowspapers, In discussing
tho proposed armistice, say It can only
bo accepted on condition that the Turk
ish thronq be transferred to Asia Minor
nnd that reforms for the benefit of the
Christian population there must bo in
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Nov. e-Flgures
at 11:30 a. tn. Indicate Warrert (rep.) for
the senate has thirty-five and Kendrick
(drm.) thirty-four members of the leg
islature. Three counties yet to hear from
claimed by both sides, republicans claim
1,000 majority on head of ticket.
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE FOR VICE
1 -sar i jis.'rJivar'wi
PROBABLY ELECTED TO BE NEXT
GOVERNOR OF NEBRASKA.
oh-ix JET. IToTehead
Douglas County Legislative Ticket
Goes to This Party.
LOCAL RETURNS SLOW IN COMING
Count Delayed hy I.onir List of Name
on the KlKht-Foot Jlnllnt, Lenv
Iiik Some Cloud of Doubt
Complete returns from Dougloa county'
with the exception bf nine preolncts give
the republicans four out of five stato
sonntors and nle out of twelve represen
tatives In the house. Pnncoast is prob
ably low man in the senatorial race and
Sugarman nnd Leo low men among the
Grossman Is the only democrat who
lm8 ft chance to get in the senate. Ho
Iwids Pancoast by approximately 300
uuiunu is aneaa or Bugurman by
ICO votes. The returns from the other
nine precincts may change these results.
So great was the taslt that confronted
the election boards of Douglas county be
cause of tho 8-foot ballot, that the tabu
lation must bo Incomplete for some time
Douglas county fell In line with the
rest of the state In giving a big vote to
Wilson for president. Roosevelt runs
second nnd Taft third, but Taft Is much
closer than ho was In tho primary race.
It looks as If Wilson had carried with
him the democratic candidates near the
head of the ticket for majorities In this
county, Including Shnllenborger for
United States senator, Morehead for gov
ernor, nhd possibly Lobeck for congress.
On the state ticket thn race Is close
enough that tho mujorttles will not be
strong either way.
For county attorney Maguey Is ahead
of Smith and seemingly sure of the lead.
For county assessor Counsman Is run-,
nlng ahead of Harrington enough to In
dicate Ids ejection.. ,. r,i( ,JU , ,
For county- jjammlsHlonur-wJille Mc-,
Donald has a lead, It Is not large enough
to 'make suro of t)ie results un'tw further
returns ura maue.
On school board tho regular republican
nomlnecrs are safely elected and the .two
candidates -for Water ibourd had '.no .bp-.
No tabulation on constitutional amend
ments or bond propositions havo been
made, but the presumption Is that few
votes were registered against them.
In tho following xabls nine .South
Omaha precincts are Included;
PRESIDENT. (67 Pels,)
Taft, (Rep) 4,r64
Wilson, (Dcm) 8,SM
Roosevelt, (Prog) 5,048
UNITED STATES SENATOR (61 pets.)
Norris, (Rep) 8.212
Shnllcnberger, (Dcm) 1 7.J1S
GOVERNOR, (61- Pets.)
Aldrlch, (Rep) 7,224
Morehead, (Dem) ., ; 9,303
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. (1 Pets.)
MoKelvle, (Rep) 7,452
Dions (Dem) 7,933
SECRETARY OF STATE. (61 Pets.)
Wntt, (Rep) 7,908
Kelley, (Dem) 7,43)
AUDITOK. (61 Pets.)
Howard. (Rep) 7,031
Richmond, (Dem) 7,673
STATE TREASURER, (61 Pets.)
George, (Rep) 7.GS6
Hall, tuem) 0.SJ5
SUPERIN'NT INSTRUCTION, (60 Pets.)
Delzoll, (Rep) 7.621
Clark. (Dem) .'. 7,145
ATTORNEY GENERAL, (00 Pets.)
Martin, (Rep) 7.7S4
Morrlssey, (Dem) 7,04$
COMM'R. LANDS & BLDGB.. (OOTctjil
Beckmann, (Rep) 7,700
Eastham, (Dem) , 1.. 7,123
RAILWAY COMMISSIONER, (60 Pets.)
Taylor, (Rep) 7,334
Hnnnan. (Dem) . 7,334
CONGRESSMAN 2D DIST., (57 Pets.)
Baldrlge. (itep) , 7.131
Lobeck, (Dem) 7,429
Dodge. (Itep) 6,511
Haarmann. (Rep.) 7,227
Macfarland, (Rep) 7,004
Pancoast, (Rep) 6,592
Suunders, (Rep) .. 6,607
Grossmann, (Dem) 7, IS I
Morton, (Dem) 6,624
Howell, (Dem) 6.700
Reagan, (Dcm) ,. 7,049
Tanner, (Dem) 7,081
REPRESENTATIVE, 10th Dlst., (66 pets.)
Anderson. (Rep) 6,931
Brain. (Rep) , 6.793
Davis, (Rep) 6,413
Drucsdow, (Rep) 6,793
Flanagan, (Rep) 6.903
Foster, (Rep) 6,677
Hoff, (Rep) 7.0.W
Leu, (Rep) 6.405
Simon. (Rep) 7.021
Smith, (Rep) 6.787
BUKarman, (Rep) ; ,33
Yates, (Rep) v 6,720
Roland, (Dem) 7.150
Bulla, (Dem) 6.817
Butt. (Dem) 6,651
Pleharty, (Dem) .., 6.831
Ford, (Dem) , 7.044
Holmei, George, (Dem),.... 6,890
Holmes. Robert. (Dem) , 6,665
Howard, tDem) , 1.... .50
Kaplan, (Dem) .- , 6.799
Morgan, (Dem) 6,500
MortartV. (Dem) ,. 6.S&3
Shoemaker, (Dem) , 6,193
Smith. (Rep) 6.642
Magney. (Dm) 7,726
Counsman, (Rep) ...,.. &.00t
Harrington. (Dem) 6.111
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DI6T.
McDonald. (Rep) , 7,751
Elsaer. (Dem) 6.623
Vnnnar Alan Killed,
MASON CITY. Ia.. Nov. 6. (Boeclal
, Telegram.) I. 8. Ryan, a brakeman on
the Milwaukee, was Killed at Pexton last
night- He was run over by an engine. He
was 19 years old and In the employ of
the company but six weeks. He lived
SLATE HAS NEARLY
FOUR HUNDRED YOTES
(Continued from I'sge One.)
legislature which Is to select two sena
tors; In Colorado, where two senators are
to be choson. the democrats are In ap
parent control; and In other states later
returns may show a shift of Uie legisla
tive power from republican to democratlo I
Governor Wilson not only carried his
own state. New Jersey, by a large ma-
Jorlty, but he carried also the states of !
his opponents, Uie state of his own run
ning male, Indiana, and the state ot Col
onel Boosevelt's running mate, Califor
nia, Control of tho legislature In New
Jersey assures to the democrats the
choico of Govcror Wilson's successor In
tho gubernatorial chair; and the choice ot
William Hughes as stnator to succeed
Eenator Brlggs. republican.
Taft Makes Humorous
Remark About Ride
Down the Avenue
CINCINNATI, O., Nov. C.-Evcn In tho
moments when It became apparent that
Governor Wilson was going to aweep tho
country ITcsldent Taft did not forget
his philosophy and good humor. Here ts
a story of how the president looked nt
tho situation at that time, told by a
"We've got to find somo comfort In
this," tho president Is reported to have
said. "I'll be very glad to ride down
Pennsylvania avenue with Governor Wil
son. It wouldn't havo beon so easy If
things had been different, but I would
ftavc taken the ride just the same."
The president wns up early today. He
took breakfast at the homo of his brother
and shortly before 10 o'clock started for
tho Cincinnati Country club to play golf.
He hail Intended to play yesterday, but
the weather Interfered, and with electton
returns out of the way today's gamo was
SEATTLE, AVasti., Nov. 5. Roosetelt
lias carried Washington by probably 30.000
plurality over JVllson. ,The progressive
state chairman claims 45,000. Tho demo,
emtio chairman concedes 20,000. Roose
velt has carried with him to victory the
two progresslvo candidates for congress-mon-at-large,
J. A. Falconer and J. W.
One hundred nni twenty-six precincts
out of 1,903 In tho state give: Roosevelt,
10.143; Wilson, 6,930: Toft, 6,574.
For governor fifty-five precincts give:
Lister (dcm.), 1,897; Hodges (pro.), 1,893;
Hay (rep.), 1,885.
SEATTLE. Nov. D. Progressive State
Chairman Snyder, - with returns from
moro than seventy-five precincts and re
ports from tho county chairmen of the
big progresslvo counties, says Roosevelt's
plurality In Washington will bo 45,000,
nnd that the Immense Roosevelt vote
JELT" VCt:Z Jilt J!l!0i!
ticket and two congressmeu-at-largo.
Seventy-six of .1,903 precincts In the state
give Roosevelt, C.S03; Wilson, 3,799; Taft,
For governor tw-enty-two preplncts give
Hay (rep.), 1,130; Hodge (pro.), ,1,075;
. , .
CHICAGO. Nov. 6.-WIU1 1.224 precincts
'In Illinois to hear from Roosevelt led
Wilson by 14,015 votes. The plurality of
26,477 given Rooievelt in Cook county
probably has carried tho state for him,
but If the subsequent returns from the
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GILBERT & SULLIVAN'S
Snn. and Wed. Bight THE Ml2U.no
Monday "The Pirates of Penxance."
Wed. Mat. PIWAPOHE.
Seats on Sale.
"OMAHA'S rOK CBBTBH."
Dally Mat, lO-38-BOo
AM 8IDMAN. UIOTIIIPPI nin ennui
TSM COYfli ft flHOIinOO DID iltlUlY
XXTBAVASANZA A1TD VAUDEVILLE
Funniest musical show In town. Gor
geous Electrical Ballet of the Season.
Rollicking Reauty Chorus. Laughs Uj
lore. Convention attendants can't Hlfoul
to miss seeing It.
Ladles1 BUne Matinee Every Week Say.
On Soaglaa street, at 18th.
KTTOBS VAUDEVILLE Includes
?f,at SNlchols-Nelson Troupa: Terusc
OH. TOU 1IILL
CLIMB IB O
lows; Mile. Lewis;
Ponte & Christopher;
Conttnnons 3 to 8, at find a p. m. Daily.
WELCOME SCHOOL TEACHERS
Matinee Today, as0, 6O0
Tonight, 36o, Oo, 7fic, 91X0
The Comedy HU of Hew Tori; and
THE FORTUNE HUNTER
Prlday and Saturday Matin. Bat
Charles Prohmi PV.sent.
BOW ALB BRIAN in THE SIREN
The Musical Succsss. Stats SsUlng.
Mat. Brary Bay SilS; Bvery Jflght, 8:16.
U1 ADVAWCEB VAUDEVILLE,
mill "n"1!.' w r 'el(1 Tl10" French
Qlrli. Pnllu Moran, M.rtU JohM' Trine
lesuM, ArmitroBf A Clirt, U VUr. Falbt i
WMklr Rolav ot U Wrli EtcdU.
rrlc Utlln, Other?, 10c, UH mU, :5c
txcpt Saiyrdtr nd Suadt. Nl(hu, 10c u!
MATINEE TODAY MO-NIGHT 8:30
BEST SEATS 50c
Prlday Bight COUBTRT STORE
Ladles' Daily Blme Matinee.
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