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VOL. XLIV NO. 119.
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OMAIIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1914-TEN PAGES.
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OVER GLYNN IN
NEW YORK STATE
. Republican Candidate Carries Em
pire State by Heavy Plu
rality. TAMMANY ADMITS DEFEAT
Early Returns Show Gotham Dis
trict Attorney Elected
HAS BIG LEAD IN STATE
Has Over Sixty Thousand to Good
:' Outside of Gotham. 1
GLYNN HAS BETTER THERE
Davenport Is Way Behind Second
Man in the Race. .
SENATORIAL RACE IS CLOSE
Wadsworth Mm tea 1 State, bat
Gerard Has Better la New
, York Ctr.
FLIGHT OP BELGIAN GOVERNMENT FROM OSTEND TO HAVRE This cartload of public records, books
and documents was but one of a long procession that hurried to get out of the way of the oncoming German army.
. William Hayward last night wired to
Victor Rose water as follows :
"TW YORK, Nov. a Victor Rose
water, Omaha: Whitman wins by 300,000.
In spit of Roosevelt. Wilson. ' Bryan,
"Hearst and Murphy.
NEW YORK, Nov. 8p-8ecretary
Bmlth of Tammany Hall said at 7: 45
o'clock tonight that tbe returns then
available Indicated a plurality of 48.
"00 (T for Glynn In New Tork City and
a plurality of 160,000 for Whitman
In the entire state.
NEW YORK, Nov. 8. Returns for
governor from 1,606 out of J.031
districts In the city of New York
glvee Olynn 224.880; Whitman
186,678; Davenport, 11,882; Bul
NEW TORK. ivov. a ttetums ior
)QO iT 4 - .
Early Returns from . Heavy Vote
Show the Governor Far Ahead
SUFFRAGE PROBABLY LOSES
Other Resalta of Voting aa Indicated
kr Few Returns at Hand
So Flnrnres at Present
A fairly heavy vote was cast In Doug
las county yesterday, the count ' was
started early and,' so far as It has pro
gressed. It Indicates that Governor ijore
bead has carried the county by a good
round plurality over R. B. Howell, the
Only, a few reclcU had .been eoaated
when tkta edition of Th Bee went to
press, but those give More he ad com
manding lead.' They arej
SHOWS DEM GAIN
Voting" Over Nebraska Heavy In
terest Greatest o" Governor
MUCH STRATCKING OF BALLOTS
t'nnsnally lars;e Tote Cast la Many
Places Morehead Galas on
Early Flgrnrea Re.
' GRAND ISLAND. Neb,,. Nov. S.-8pe-clai
Telegram.) One precinct. Grand
Island gives: Morehead, 123; Howell, US;
aoket, 11. Two years ago the same
precinct gave: Aldrlch, 113; Morehead, 307.
' LINCOLN, Nov. . Speclal Telegram.)
i-Bli preclncli; tartcssterc6unty( More-"
bead. 896; Howell, S6. In '' 1W the" same
precincts gave: Morehead, 737 Aldrlch,
Kaiser Says New German' Roman
Empire Most Splendid in History
LONDON, Nov. S. The Copenhagen
correspondent of the Evening News says
that a German subject who heard Era
peror William on a reoent occasion when
he addressed his troops. Quotes his
majesty ss follows:
"We aia now fighting for the life of
Germany. They . wish to kill Germany,
but I say If we win and we must wm
a new empire shall arise more splendid
than the world ever saw a 'new Roman-
German emplro, which shall rule tho
world, and the world shall be happy."
The Star, publishes a dispatch from Its
Petrograd correspondent, dated Novem
ber t. in which he says that the Russians
are now securely established Inside the
East Prussian frontier.
Emperor William's thirty miles of
barbed wire fence around his big game
preserve at Romlnten. the correspondent
roes on. Is now In the' possession of bis
WOMEN AT POLLS
ARE WELL TREATED
North Benson.... l.t
24 of 6th , f3
Klkhoro 118 .
3d of 4th 119
ith of 10th 114
tContfnued on Pagj Two, Column Four.)
Forecast till T p. m. Wednesday: '
For Omaha. Council Wuffs snd Vicinity
v-Fair; not much change tn temperature.
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crnor from 730 out of 817 districts la the , it of 1st, South Omaha.
borough of ManhatUn gives x. Glynn. ol ito,""V.'."II."!.";
loa,84S; Whitman. 76,580; Davenport, 4.964; th of 6th!!. !'.!!!.
,..- 6th of d -
Sulahjr. S,64. 3j of 12th..:
NEW TORK, Nov. a Returns from 136 1st of 5th, South Omaha,
lection districts out of S.630 outside New ' V-'"""''''-"
Tork City for United States senator give: i w of Id, outh Omaha..
Gerard (dem.). Xl.ltB; Wadswortn irep.j.
J5,36ti; Colby (prog.). 6.981.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 Returns for gov
ernor from 1.M0 our of S.a districts In
the city of New Tork, give Glynn 273414;
Whitman, 227,888; Davenport, W.90S; Sulier,
Returns for United States senator from
140 out of ?,0a dlairieta In the city of
JNew Tork give: Gerard, 18,002; Wads
worth, 10,835; Colby. 2.464.
Returns from 77S election districts out
of t,S3e outside New York City for United
States senator: Gerard, democrat Sl.
005; Wadsworth. republican, 121,258; Colby,
x NSW TORK, Nov. l-Returns from
1,04 districts out of 8.6G outside of New
York City for governor give: Glynn.
101.999; Whitman, 16.',902; Davenport, 14,64;
NEAV YORK, Nov. 1 Returns for gov-
(From a Staff Correspondent) Urr.-i. tm...- : c.tt
LINC01N. Nov. .-(Specla4 Telegram.) uiac jwiuuiuif m ouxiiogo
Meet with General Courtesy
7 A fairly heavy vote wa cant and much
147 sKratchlng- of balioU wai done. It U
ijj hard to rive much of an Idea on the
..S .UU .wwU. fa la V.a. axlnlnn Va
80 Morehead has polled a good vote tn the BOOST
ff ' city. The first returns to cme In were
lOj frm Mr. BryaQ's home preclndl which Majority of the Fair Be Passing; Oat
16; rave Morehead.
!120 1 Capital . Thla
65; Howell, 86, and
V( i democratic by a small majority, Uioukh
lyO ! If the balance of the county precincts
shows like gains for Morehead he will
carry Lancaster by a good majority. ,
Gave Raps Suffrage.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. a (Special
Swinton of English Staff Tells of
Move from Aisne to North- . J
, eastern France.
The scattering returns received sc far
Indicate the defeat of the woman's suf
frage amendment In Douglas county,
W9 : Telegram.) An unusually larre vote was
TIJm I polled at the election here toay and It
is a difficult matter to predict results
this evening. The vote Is close on ths
Llteratnro Show Doelded Tend
ency Toward that Eleynent j
for School Board.
General courtesy featured the attitude
shown women works, s who were eloo
tloneerlnff for and auaJnat the suffrage
amendment around the polls yesterday. ' OI tna intelligence department ot the
There weie a few little arguments be- ' British general staff, was given out to-
tween some of the more contentious aa?
fcplrits. but on the whole the local situa
tion was markedly peaceful. Among buth
DO IT WITHOUT ANTX NOISE
Troops Silently Withdraw and Be
cause Thetre la No Spectacle Ate
aid to Have Misled the
LONDON, Nov. 8. Another eyewitness
account from the battle front In France
and Belgium, written by Cole D. Swlntoa
The narrative gives an account of a re
markable transfer during the ooiirse of
and head of ,h tlrket and b,g vot0 " al i the gntls snd the suffs there was a gen- ia great battle of British troops from the
r"7r r7 ot "the - '"SL 1 -a, tendency toward the citlsen'. ticket
tU V Sb S ioii V cu VIIU s yrwDiuwi I nui pwaw
T Vikaaak at SWkoM tka slsW.
uniTw.1., . .. .. , Mlby probably 600 In Gage county.
town location to the state farm. Not, ... , ...
enough figures are In. however, to say
how; the vote will go -on these proposi
tions. It Is conceded that John C. Lynch has
been elected eounty commissioner from
the Second district by a big majority.
It la quite likely that George A. Mag
ney has been re-elected county attorney.
The county ticket Is being bally
I scratched, and Indications are that the
democrats will succeed tn landing two of
I tho officers.
City schools closed today to allbw
teachers to attend the state meeting at
.i-atrfc la ln Dodae.
FREMONT, Neb.. NoY. S. Sreclal Tel-
Penrose Leads in
Pinchot the Third
PHILADELPHIA. No, a Philadelphia
In 10 scattered election district out of
l.SS gave: For United - States senator.
Palmer (dam.), 767; Penrose (rep ), 11.758;
Pinchot (prog.), 668. For governor, Mo
Cormlck (dem. and prog.), ' t46; Brum
baugh (rep.), 12,64.
for tbe school board membeis.
Harry B. F.eharty approached Mrs.
Samuel Reea and Miss Jane Thomson at
their' station. Fourteenth and Farnam,,
and asked what he could do to help the
suffrage reuse. '
"Stund on the opposite corner and help
us distribute our literature," they replied
Both women were particularly wrathful
egram.)-In aU 1.67 votes" were cast here , tomvA ,.Doob.. Mlldr of tn0 Tmr(1 wardf
today, which Is a goodly number.
Woman's suffrage deelgatlons at each of
the polling places In the city handed out
I slips. It seems to be the general opinion
that the proposed amendment will have a
Urge majority In the city, there having
been a great change In publlo sentiment
within the last three days.
Stephens Is running strong for con
gress and getting a big republican sup-
wlth whom tboy had several tiffs duripg
the day. "Otherwise ths men were most
courteous," , said Mia Rees.
Several times during the day Miss
Thomson sddressed groups of men which
formed when they heard her discussing
voters for women with a prospective suf
fragist, Miss Edith H. Shinrock of the Women's
Christian Temperance union and 'Mrs.
:: H i Cummins Carries
the Hawkeye State
lowest yesterday .
1311 1911. 1112. Ull.
. 74 4 68
,. 48 42 M 27
. 61 44 ,47 20
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Temperature and . precipitation aepar
tur. fiom the normal:
Normal temperature 44
Excess for the oay 17
Total excess since March 1 663
Normal precipitation.... 06 Itv-h
Iaeficlcocy lor the day . Inch
1 uu.l ram fa I since March 1.... 14. Inches
Ieftciency since March 1 t.us inches
Iieficiency for cor. period, 1918.. 7.06 inches
Deficiency for cor. period, Uii.. S.li Inches
Beports f roaiT Statleas nt T P. M.
Station and Slate Temp. High. Rain.
of Weather. I p. in.
lavenport, claar 64
lienver. part cloudy 64
live Moines, cloudy 8
North 1'Iatte, part cloudy.. W
Omaha, part cloudy ...67
Kapid Ciiy. clear 48
FrverUan, clear , 46
Flous City, clear 64
Valentine, nart cloudy.. ..62
"T" indicates traco of precipitation.
L A. WLSU. Local Forecaster.
70 1 DES MOINES. Not. I Scattered ro
ts i turns from Des Moines and out-state pre
cincts early Indicated tbe re-election of
Senator - Albert B. Cummins (rep.) over
Maurice Connolly (dem.) and Casper
Shenk (prog.) by a plurality of more than
"Uncle Joe" Cannon
Is "Coming Back"
CHICAGO. Nov. a Throe preclocta out
of 132 precincts In the Eighteenth con
gressional district give: O'Halr, demo
crat, Wi Cannon, republican, 194; Kay,
Leaves for Front
PETROGRAD. Nov. 3. Emperor Nich
olas today left for tbs front, accompanied
by General Soukhomllnoff, the minister
rort Very few straight , tickets were prances Kei lgan were stationed at Flf-
cast and the. results except on the head
of the ticket will not be known tonight
the vote on university removal will be
Heavy Vote la Hall.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. Nov. S.-(Spe-
ela) Telegram.) A very heavy vote wao
cast There was . more than the usual
scratching In the city, which promises to
cast over 2.008 votes The governor was
probably favored by a liberal number of
republicans. Congressman Barton has
been at borne only two days, and faced
a vary active hostile organisation.
The woman's suffrage organization has
made a very active fiht, but faces a
large German opposlticn, the German.
American alliance do'ng united work In
opposition, and tbe suffragists have hoped
only to keep tho majority us low as pos
sible. Tbe legislative ticket wilt be mixed ac
cording to general belief.
Great Interest In gnffroge,
. KEARNEY, Neb., Nov. I. (Special Tel
egram.) Woman's suffrage created ths
greatest interest on the ballot at today's
election In this city and from Indications
It U believed It will carry In this city.
Committees from the local association
met voters st the polls with their plea for
equality. Ths full vote was brought out
and clerks have been kept busy during
On state officers no winners could be
picked, tt ' being evident that the race
wilt be close between republican snd dem
teenth and Dodge - streets. , The women
stated that, violations of the law prohib
iting ovters from being brought to tbe
polls In automoVJlcs were going on In that
district all day long.
Mrs. Kerlgan had been on duty since
7:80 In the morning and dl not leave her
post until the polls closed at 6 o'clock.
Dlstr bates Baft Llteratnro.
Mrs. James Silver was distributing suf
frage literature on the opposite corner at
Fifteenth and Dodge streets. She said
that a member of the Friendless Aid so
ciety and a Christian had torn up the
suffrsgs literature and thrown it In her
face. "He came back later and asked for
more leaflets to destroy, but that was
the only Instance of discourtesy that was
shown to m." Mr. Sliver assisted his
wife at that corner part of the day.
Miss Eunice Stebblns of ths Omaha
High school faculty was stationed near
the Loyal hotel. She approached several
men who were unloaded from an auto
mobile and proffered them suffrage liter
"I can't take it. My arm's broke, said
(Continued on Page Five, Column Five.)
FINE HOME. 6 ROOMS MODERN,
Birch finish on fust floor, hard
wood floors upstairs and duwa,
For farther information aboa
this opportunity, see the Waat
Ad Motion of today's Sea,
The. apology of Turkey for the
assaults of Its fleet on Rusnlan
ports ot the Black Sea has not
accomplished1 1U purpose. Both
Rusnia and Great Britain have un
dertaken active military measures
against It and hostilities have be
gun lu the Red Sea.
In France, the troops ot Em
peror William, frustrated In tielr
persistent endeavors to advance
along the coast, are now seeking
a route more to the south, and
the fighting In Flanders Is going
on with determination on part of
the allies and heavy onslaughts
from the enemy.
Fighting Is reported between
Russian and Turkish troops near
Trebliond: a British cruiser has
shelled and occupied the Turkish
fortified town of Akabah on the
Red Sea, in Arabia. It is an
nounced in a news dispatch that
Emperor Nicholas has ordered his
Caucasian army to cross the fron
tier and attack the Turks: the
Turkish ambassador has left the
Russian capital; the Russian for
sign minister has replied to the
Porte that negotiations are now
Flanders still shows a continu
ance of hard fighting, always at
tended with heavy losses on both
sides, ag the allies maintain their
apparently successful resistance to
the German efforts to advance
toward French ports on the Eng
llsh chanel. '
Lord Kitchener, the British
secretary for war, was In Dunkirk
Sunday, night, and was in con
ference with President Poin
rare of France and M. De Broctjue
vllle. prime minister of Belgium.
The Germans Inst Sunday, ac
cording to tews dispatches, made
a supreme effort to capture
Ypres. Emperor William, htm
self, '.was ' present, according to
ews -sUspatcitas,- at. --the - lat
est attempt to capture this Iro
portant position. . Oefman forces
have left Bruges for Courtrai
twenty-five' miles to the south and
eighteen miles east ot Ypres,
where the British hold the line
This Is to Indicate the selection of
another way. to reach Calais.
SUNK BY GERMAfJS
OFF CHILE COAST
Fleet of Five of Kaiser's Vessels
Attacks Warships of England
and Battle Ensues.
CEUISER MONMOUTH TO BOTTOM
Big- Fighting Machine is Lost Daring-
Engagement Off Coronel
and Crew is Drowned.
Aisne river to northeastern France.
where the battle of the Yser is now pro-
"This transfer," saya the account, "can
best be compared with tho action of the
Japanese duriiyr the . battle of Mukden,
when General Oku withdrew a portion
of his force- from his front, moved It
northward behind the line and threw It
Into the fight ' again near the extreme
left of the Jupanere armies.
'"What was', Implied In tbs actual with
drawal from' contact with the aiiemy
along the Atmie will be appreciated when
the conditions under which we were then
situated are reVailcd. in places the two
lines were not 109 yards apart, and for
us no movement was possible during the
On Dnty Twenty-Foar Honrs.
"The men on the firing line were on
duty for twenty-four hours at a time and
brought : rations and .water with them
when they came on duty, for none could
be sent up. to them during the day be
cause of the terriflo firing. Even the
wounded could not be removed until dark.
A preliminary retirement ot the units
wss therefore carried out generally un-j
der cover of darkness. I
"That the Germans nnlv nra nnanaut
fire upon us was' due to the care with
which the operation was conducted, and
also probsbly to ths fact that the enemy
was so accustomed to the recurrence of
sounds mads by the reliefs of men la the
firing line and by the movement of .sup
ply trains that they were misled as te
whst actually was taking place.
''What the operation amounted to on
our part was the evacuation' of the
trenches, the retUement to the river be
low, the crossing of the river over noisy
plank roadways which were mostly com
manded by the enemy's guns, and the
climbing to tbs top of the plateau oa ths
"In spite of the various difficulties the
whole strategic operation was carried out
without loss and practkally without
Gersaaaa Attempt Delay.
"As regards the chaste In tho nature
of the fighting In which we recently have
been an gulfed it si ready had been pointed
-ut that the operation had up till then
been of a preparatory nature, and that
y e Germans were obviously seeking to
Belay us by advsnoed troops while their
j (Continued on Tags Three, Col. Three.)
TURKS' APOLOGY --
Russian Emperor Orders Caucasian
. Amy to Cross Frontier Into
CENTER MOVES TOWARD. SOUTH
Tonteale Area is Making Anothejr
. Effort to reuetrate Hue of Al
. lief Farther front tho Coast
Htn Fighting la Kast.
. LONDON, Nov, 3. A Reuter dis
patch from Petrograd says:
; "In reply to a telegram from the
Turkish grand vUlor, expressing re
gret at tbe rupture ot the good rela
tions e-tlKtln- ltween Turkey and
RuHsla, owing to an attack by the
Russian fleet, Serglus Sazonoff, the
Russian mlniBte,- of foreign affairs,
denied that the Russian fleet was the
first to fire and said be feared It was
too late to enter into pour parlors of
soy kind with Turkey."
LONDON, Not. 3. A. dispatch
from Tlflis, capital of tbe Russian
government of the same In Trans
caucasia, to Router's Telegram com
"It Is announced that tbe emperor
has ordered the Caucasian army to
cross the frontier and attack the
LONDON, Nov. J. Russia has re
plied to Turkey's apology for the
raids of Its- navy In the Black 8ea.
with the fateful words "too late."
and in London It is thought hardly
likely that diplomatic pressure will
prevent the war party among the
Young Turks from dragging their
country Into tbe European imbroglio.
Tho events of the last twelve hours
show that the grand vUlsr of Turkey
has made every effort to conciliate the
entente powers, but the influence of his
partisans in tho Turkish cabinet is not
believed to be great enough to force the
porta to meet the demands for reparation
formulated tn the Franco-British no tea
So far as Russia is concerned, a state
of war with Turkey actually exists and
the reply from the Russian foreign mln
Ister to the explanation of the grand
(Continued oa Page Two, Column Two)
FLAGSHIP REPORTED AS LOST
Cruiser Good Hope on Fire After
Battle, and it Believed to
Have Been Destroyed.
CAUGHT BY SUPERIOR FORCE
Search of Coast of South America for
Germans Results in Fierce '
GLASGOW FLEES TO REFUGE
British Shin. Commanded by Sir
. Christopher Craddock, Who Was
la Command of tho Fleet la
LOXDOX, Nov. 8. The British
submarine D-5 was unk In the North
Boa eaurly this morning by a mine
which was thrown out by German
cruiner retreating before British
Two officers and. two iuen of the.
submarine were saved.
This Information Is contained in
an admiralty irtt?nn3r(t. here to
night. ' ! !
' VALPARAISO, Chile, Nop. 8
The-" German Warships - Gnelsenau,
Scharnhorat, Norn berg, Lelpslo and
ih-eeden today attacked the British
fleet off Coronel, Chile. The British
cruiser Monmouth wag sunk. The
cruiser Good Hope waa very badly
damaged,' and a It was on fle Is
supposed to have ben loat.
-The British cruiser Glsutgow took
refuge In the harbor of Coronel and
Is now bottled up. '
The German warships Scharnhorst,
damsifl-Mrj, hu( tut it wa. on tire M
midday today In Valparaiso harbor
Commandnred by Craddock.
Tbe BrJtlBh cruisers Good Hope,
Monmouth snd Glasgow were under
command of Rear Admiral Chris
topher Cbaddock and had beenN
searching the coasts of South Amer
ica for aeveral weeks with the ob
ject of engaging the German war
ships which had been destroying
British marchant vessels.
Tbe British cruiser Monmouth, re
ported sunk In tbe engagement to
day, wus 440 feet long, and alxty-slx
feet beam, and of 9,800 tons dta'
l a, f.aam .an , f, Ma, aB.l.a.a fm. . n .
Inch guns, eight three-Inch guns.
three tbrce-pounders and was fitted
(Continued on Page Two. Column One.)
Answer: The Western farmer.
Karrus In tbe West that are being
developed scientifically along with
natural fertility and accessibility to
markets, are making tbelr owners
Farmers in western
states are worth today
$750,000,000 more than
they would have heen If
there had heen no war.
This is the INCREASE
only in value of their .
crops, and is itself only ,
257c less than our national
. debt. , ,
- Just think for a moment of the
unlimited possibilities in a good
farm and the Missouri Valley Is the
best In the country. See if there is
not a good farm for gale in Tbe Bee'a
"Farm and Ranch Lands" column.
If those offered today do not appeal
to you, keep In touch with th'a col
umn every day from now onand you
will soon be able to pick up a big
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