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Eleven New.Haven; 1 ; ?
Officials 'Appear' '
arid Give Bonds
NEW TOfeK . No. 4. Eleven of the
laenty -dirocter or former directors of
I ho New York, New Haven A Hartford,
wh- on Monday were Indicted by the
fedi-ral grand Jury, today entered Mess of I
i.ot stilly In the United Btates district
ifin here. ' Ten " appeared personally, I
They' were William Skinner, Alexander
t oWirnno, James 8. Hemingway- Freder
ick V. Drowsier, A. Helton -KotxiKioiX,
1. Newton Uerney, , Udcd, '.MliTlgjiin,
r'janc'ls T. Minrll, Itonrjr K. tMi-Har
and Itobert W. TafV Jlaiy' A. Cashing,
in attorney, appeared ,'or, Theodore N.
Vail., .who he -Mkld as-lU ,in ,Vlrinla.
l.ach of. he dt fendajits waj released ,Unr
urr n bend, of tfs6u0 and given until No
enilr 1 to make any .motions that
mttrht' be deemed necessary ny counsel.'.
Edward U. Itohblns,., formerly counsel
for the ;.'w Haven, who was also Itk-dir-ted;
reserved tbe right to enter at a
later dale a "pica In bar," In which he
might, claim immunity. '
BRITISH WAR 'PLANES
DROP BOMBS ON BRUGES
LONDON. Nov. 4 A dlspateh from
Ttotterdarri to the Dally Mall, dated Tues
lsy eight, says:
' "This morn!n British' gero'planea
dropped," bombs on the state railway
works at Bruges In Ilblglum. doing great
damage. At 4 o'clock this afternoon an
other British' War 'plane dVoppel bombs
on Bruges." . f .' " ' '. '
MOREHEAD TO BE -
(Continued from Page One.)
I'hllllfl. 10... MB
Hoyd. T !142
Honktr, ,1..; 1,M
Dundy, unf -4T.1
Hamlton, 17 1.1 :
flay, unf.. 1,B76
Brown, 13... .J
Howard, 11.. WH
Thurston, 7. RW5
Oifely,' lie f 1.0W4
CuMer. 18.. 713
Oiisse. M.... 1,710
t'lmnv 2..,. , ffl
-t'twroe.. lit., 1.12S
IKearney, 10. M9
Hox Hutte. 7
Wh'dMtn, as 1,017
Hoon. , Is 4 ,
I. cantor, Kl.. ,N7
loKnn, 1.... HI
Nno. 6... rsi
"Phelps- ..). I'M
Frontier. 14. .KM
hJffTon, 1 t,4ft4
lolto .... 2.V.T7
Knnx. Z5.... l.K.'l
1. I2 .
' W '
'' 77 i
t 713 ,
Iiik ben elpfied re(tl'ter of deeds to suc-rff-d
Franfc A. Bandle, and h win not
be entirely a stranger there, having
served as cVtrk In the office of the clerk
of th district court for several years: ,
The tightest race or the day was bv
tween Judge Foster and Madden for police
Judge. Here again the margin has shifted
with the varying return At present Fos
ter's plurality la less than.), much too
narrow for comfort, though his friends
are counting on pulling him through.
The negatives on the woman suffrage
question have a majority up to this count
of 946 In the county. Of the other pro
posed constitutional amendments, the
l workmen's compensation and the armory
lost, while the taxation, five-sixths Jury
system and higher salaries fop state offl-
I clals won easily. .
Hera are the tabulations:
(One Breclnct Missing from South
. Omnha, Tour Omaha. Two Country.)
Morehead d.)..12!W Howell (r.) ir34
fcnokett (p.).... 3t
, Morehesde plurality S,fi4J.
: KI'TFNA NT OOVrCRNOR.
'Pearson (d.)....!WHI Hoaglond (r.)...9MJ
I Klingboll (p )... XU.
Feat-son's plurality 41
I SI0CKETARY or STATE.
I Pool (d.) S1 Walt (r.) 8481
, tikalla (p.) 9i5
1 Tool's plurality 27.
1 AI DITOR OF 1'UIIUR ACtOUMTX.
' f mlth d ) Mill Minor
Hanson (p.) l.W.
I Mlnur'0 plimMty 24V
; STATS TKRABT'RER.
I Kail (d.).........ioi Uamer (r.) Met
i tiroatch (p i....liiK'
I Hall's plum lit r 4. .
rilTPT J-UHMC INHTRL'CTION.
1 Whitehead d)..H47l Thomas (r.) Mil
i lvis (p.) luw!
i Thoniss' plurality 1H4.
ATTORN r! V OENERAU
! Reed (d.) JCwO'Seers (r.) 1W9
Wills p.) BV
1 Krsr'a plurality 1,4J.
COMMISSION KR OF PITBUC I.AND8
AND W1TILUINOH. ,
Fasthnm d ....907)Beckman (r) . Wl
Beckman's plurality W.
Ma.ipln (d.) Mm Hall (r.)...
Hail's plurality 6J.
J. R. Miller (d.)S"!lW. H. Miller (p.).12SS
Noble (d.) ,.W4Janse r.) Wl
Love fp.) 1S41V Brown (r.) 4
imiieF rtiflTirK KtrPKEMK COURT.
Reese 7,7llHill!nek .4l
Lobeek d ) 1273I I Blackburn (r... IM
Mcrrlam (p.)... I232
I ljbek's plurality ,0Wi. .
I'OIINTY ATTORNBT. .
1 Magney. V ll.B4 Brome, R ,I7
Blgelow, P M7
Bagnny's plurality 1,fi7. - -SHERIFF.
Methane, D....10.47IBrlggs. R 3.123
Morrow, P 1.3041
MnHhane's nluralltv. 2.351.
F.lsosser. i,7Mrre, R lt.010
Helqulst, P 7&HI
Uras plursllty, 3,314.
' COUNTY Ct.ETRK.
IXinkhouser. U 8.21! Dewey, R 10,00
More. P 870
Dewey's plursllty, t.Mft.
RPX1I8TKR OF DEJEDi
Pickett, l 8,4(101 Pearce, R W.4S
Turklngton, .. 1.44W
, Pearce's plurality, J.OM.
Lacy,. D S,U8 Adams, H 10.743
Adams' plurality. 2.811.
Debolt. D (.7731 Voder, R 9,51
Rewsn, P 965
Yoder's pluarallty, 741
Qulglny, D 9,73l Crosby,' R.. 9,111
Jotinoiij. P. i... i.Mi , v-
Crosbv s nlurallty, 1!9.
Pnrstn, D.... 8,4M MoDonald, R...10,0
MvIXnaId s Plurality, Z.1M.
t ... BKCONa DISTRICT. ','
Ford. D ,8081 Lynch, R...I... 7.7
Barsk. ,!.,. ;.. - MSICornesr, F ,
Lynch' puwllty, Vtl. - .v.
FOURTH DISTRICT. '
O'Connor. D... 8,!srTraynor, R...., 7,I7
And res sen, P... ,8t6
0'Conr.er'e pliireltty," 1 004. ' ' "
FOR HTATK BKNATOR.
Summary of Election Results in the
Several States So Far as Reported
Incomplete returns from yesterdajTg tJohfl FleMa, repabltcan, for governor.
f Byers ..
l.W.I . iHrnrnS
..... 8. TIS
Svfert K.. 1.M9
Yates ... 8.21
J' i Cansn'"."i
FOR Jl'TICKH OF THIS PEACE.
Tot's....52,J79 43,184 1.400 44.791 39,885
Pets. Masiitre. Reavls
. 1 191S.-
U19 . 2MW
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City . i Ftste.". . . . . . . .
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Otue, ouiu 2IU3
Srrond pistrlct. ,
No. 1SI4. r- 1912.
Pels. Lobei k. Bl kb'n. Lob k. Bl'kb'n.
Wss'g'n. TomI479 H V 1317
tsrpy. 11 JOHl 467 fc? , 7i!S
i Merrlam, 10 votes In Washington.
No. 11U4. 1912,- , - .
Pets. Stephens. tpillm'n. Steph. Cook.
fierce, partial tl.
Cllax, eoin... 1014 ,
Nance, 8 '. 47ti
Ii hIko, com..,278
Knox, H UK) .
No. 1HI 4 ,
Pels. Hloan Rhodes.
Hamilton, t7..i:sil ' "1113
Buward. com..lMii 10i3
412 ' S74
14.3 ' i:u
IM1 ' ' 17M
0 os per'. 11 4-
Dundv. ciu.. 3.t
r umlur, 14... 811
IUU .uin ....10 ti
riielps,' cilm., Mi
i Wbatr, com . 11U3
i ND. J -11114
I', . Klnkuld.
F Brown 13 0v
Bhallen- Barton Buther- Barton
' 418 :
i &M .
Harrett, 1. ...
Howard, D. ..
Ouernan, D. .
Nelson. P... ...
Foster's plurality. 18.
,. t,(7l feeder
. 9.9171 K'rharasoa, P..
.. e,73 inllh, P
,. 9.32! St rem berg, P...
.. 9.91 41 Thomas, , P.
.. l.miVan Neea. P...
,. 8.7fin Young. P
.. 8, 440! Burgess, R.
,. 8 V3! Chambers. R...
9 3Sl Drueredow, R..
1.473! Mlnr. R 1.8.809
1.8111 Palmer, R.... .7t
1.2Hlm'th, R. t 8.277
1.41tlfltvkham. R... 9.009
M A f 11 ST RAT E OM AHA.
7, 8fii Foster 7.T11
elections today showed these results:
Oo-erno? David I. Walsh, democrst, re
elected by 10,009. Reptitillesne gtned
control of congressional delegation.
Republicans 'seem to have elected most
states offices with the esoeptlon of gov
ernor, and have legislative . majority.
Complet vote for governor: Walah, demo
crat, 9M.624; MaCsX, republican, 199,9nO;
Walker, ttrogreaslve, 84.2W.
Trank B. Willis, republican, elected fov.
rnor over James M. Cog, democrat,
present governor. Warrea O. .Harding,
repnbltoan, elected senator ever T.
Hogan, democrat. Elci4 i vte repub
lican and lea derasfcratle members of
congress. Defeated state prohibition' and
woman suffrage. Constitutional amaag
ment for repeal county local option lav
still In doubt.
." ' Iowa..
Benatov Smmlns, republican, re-eleoted
by sbout r.,000. Oovemor ciarka, repub
lican, r-!eetd by 20900. Entire repub
lican ticket. Including complete congres
sional dletlon, elected.' .
Charles af "Whitman, republican, for
mer district attorney of Now York City,
defeated Oovemor lartl M. Glynn,
democrat, for governer.
James M. Wadsworth. Jr.. republican,
defeatod James W. Oerasd. democrat,
American ambassador to Germany, for
senator. Republicans centra! legislature.
Democratlo congressional delegation re.
duced finm thirty-one to Iwenty-thre.
ItepubKcans elected entire stats Uckot.
Republicans elslm re-election of Law
renno T. Sherman, republican, by 15,000.
Progressives poor third. Republicans
elected all state offices. Democrats lost
ten cetigressmea: republicans gslned
Congressman V. i, Hammond, dtino
cmt, electad governor by 26.009 to te.soo
over Wlltlam f. Lee, republican-progressive;
vote light. Congressional delega
tion will bo dominated bj republicans,
Charles Burke, ropybllcan. elected la
senate. Governor Byrne, republican, re
elected. Woman suffrage defeated.
Senator A. J. . Oreona, republican, re
elected. Governor I B. Hanna.' rwpubtl
can, re-elected. Eatlr congressional dele
gation republican. Woman suffrage de
feated. Entlro republican state ticket
Robert U Williams leading by 7,000 over
GERMAN FLEET '
LEAVES ITS BASE
(Continued from Pegs One,)
Benator Thomas P. Gore, democrat, re
elected. With one) , exception democrats
sleeted full delegation tu Congress.
William 3. Stone, democrat .re-elected
senator. - Democratic state ticket sue-
oesefuL Eleven democrats and two re
publicans elected to eomrres. Fifteen
proposed constitutional amendments
Senator Boise Penrooe. republican, re-
elected. L Martin G. Brumbaugh, republi
can, elected governor. All republican can
didates ' suoceosf ul.'. Republicans elected
Benator. B. F. Bhlvely, democrat, re
elected. Entlro democratic state ticket
elected. Progressive poor thld.
Governor W. N. Ferris, democrat, re
elected by from 18,000 to 9A.03 majority
over former Oovemor Charles 8. Osborne,
Emanuel L. Phlllpp, republican, elected
governor. Entire republican state ticket
successful. .Governor Francis E. McOov-
orn, republican, elected senator. All but
one present congressmen .re-elected. All
proposed constitutional amendments de
William P. Dillingham, republics n, re
elected senator. Republican retain con
trol 6f congressional delegation, states
officers and legislature. Charles W. Gates.
republics elected governor.
J. C. Beckham and Johnson N. Cam
den, both democrats, elected to senate.
Democratic congressmen elected In nine
and republicans In two dlstrlots.
All constitutional amendments defeated.
Arthur Capper, republican, elected gov
ernor. Victor Murdock's friends claim
his election to senate. Republicans claim
success of entire state ticket.
Now Jersey's ooRgreeslenal delegation
win stand eight republican and four
democrats, gain of six republican seats.
R. Livingstoa Roeckman. 4rpubUosn.
and entire repubtloan state ticket elected.
Every city and all but six towns In the
sata voted ts Ucemn th sals of liquor.
Senator Frank B. Brandegee. reoabli
can. re-elected. Marcus H. Holcorab, re
publican, elected governor. Legislatur
re pu oilcan.
Near 30 Thousand
DES MOINEB. Nov. 4 The re-election
by Iowa republicans of United fHatra Sen- .
s.tor Albert B. Cumfntn n - - r
Gorg W. Clark having been made cer
tain. Interest tonight centeru o
of their pluralities. Belated returns made
little material difference In the estimates
of their pluralities today. These figures
were 25,000 to 30,000 for Cummins and from ,
10,000 to 20,000 for Clarke. Actual returns
on 1.042 precincts out of total of 2.297
in th state tonight gave Cummins 92,014 ,
and Connolly idem.) 73.431. The same pre-
ol nets gave Clarke 93,971 and Hamilton '
(dera.) 77,911. J
With the exceptlod of the Eleventh dis-
trlct, it seemed certain tonight that th
republicans had elec.ed their coYigresAlonal j
delegation. T.. J. Steel dem.). was de-j
clared to have defeated Representative
l George C. Scott (rep.l. but definite figures
were not svallable here today.
All doubt as to the republican com
plexion of the state ticket and the legis
lature disappeared tonight The supreme
court contest remained uncertain, with
Weaver, Salllnger and Thomas In the
lead on the precincts heard from.
expected to make their next supreme ef
fort to eut their way through to Calais.
1 r Csar Goes to to froat.
In th east. Emperor Nicholas haa loft
for th front, arter Issuing a manifesto
In whloh ho, says that". Turkyg action
opens th tray for Rus'ta to accomplish
Its historic mission on th Blaok sea. , "
The Oermanav hav boon making des
perate assaults on the Russian,, tjfht
wing and partloularly flare fighting Is
reported near SuwalkL l Russian, Po
land, but" Petrograd claim general
progress everywhere except along the, San
river, wher apparently no progrsss ha
boon mad by either side.
hells Drop Never YarsaoWtfc.
Telegraphing from Yarmouth, regard
ing th raid mad by a German squad
ron a th North asa Tuesday, the cor
respondent of th Times says
4 his lead over Joseph R-'Know-(rep.)
to more than 8.0. I
Deport see at Orders.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. (Special Tele
gram.) Iowa postmasters anointed
Marno. Cars county. Edward P. Smith 1
Woodland, Decatur county. Minnie Wool-
John D. Mann appointed rural letter'
carrier St Lytton la., and Claude O. Dun
ning at Moristown. 8. D.
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Kehdrick is Elected
Governor of Wyoming '
CHeTKNNB, Wye,.' Nor. .-Repub.
llcan hoadquartors early today conceded
tho election or J. a Kendrtck, democrat,
tor governor, and r. U Houg, democrat,
for secretary of state. KondrioK has th
ondorsetnont o( th progressive , party.
Th rest of th stats ticket Is In doubt,
f , W. Mondell, republloan. appear to
hr been ' returned to congress by a
narrow margin. Tb legislature appar
ently to democratic. -
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Vur HhiaiiiAtlMni uil Uury Trouble
'Democrats Elect "
Bay State Governor
,D05TpN. 'oy. 4. lUvlseU returns for
governor In the state election yesterday
from all but one ilty ward and one small
town, comprising 1,128' out of U3 election
district, give Governor Walsh, democrat.
206.21; McCall. .. republican. , 1M.M;
Walker, progressive, 84.874.
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'.. an a lung htriut, imrnlng and twarlng
i n fiuins lu the back wurn out before
the day begins, do nui thliia you have u
tlay in that conuillmi. .
Tno. aul'i-rr-rs lio at In and out of
1-4 itif a tiutMU Unw at mgi.i will at
pieiUte tlis rest. ivcnifoit and strenalh
this treatmon gives, r'or any form of
bladder iroliuie ur weakness. It acllua la
lt strong, well and vigorous, with no
moi pain, front situ Joints, sore uiowliv
rtieui u.Dc suilrlnt(, a. lung back or kidj
ii-y or t litil jur troublun. .
To prove lit VVHUmiis Treatment' con'.
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Republicans Win in v
HOXOLVLU, No.' 4 -The republicans
were successful In th election held here
yeatcrday, winning ths territorial and
municipal office, with a fswr exceptions.
Hon. J. K. Kalanlanole (Prlnc Cupid)
waa re-elected delegate u congress by
Moose Vote Falls , .
WA8IUNQTON, Nov. 4-Klectlon re
turns show that th progrosslv rot
dropped In practical! every state from
Its strength 6f two years ago. This waa
pointed out today as being shown In a
number ot stste by the election ol for
mer republican member of congress who
wore defeated previously by th largs
progrosslv vote. Such men Include Can
non and McKlnlcy la Illinois. Longworth
In Ohio and Hill in Connecticut.
Willis Is Showing
. ; Gains in Ohio State j
. CINCINNATI. O.TnoV. 8. -With a large .
number of rural prerinrts still to b.
hoard from, th rac. for governor of
the state uf Ol.lo remained la doubt at an
early hour this mornlnio) Frank B. Willis
(rep.) was showing slight bursteady gain
and folding the advantage he bad at
tained duiiug the earlier returns.
Suits to Order
reduced from fSO.OO.
A Pin 935.00 Bine Sorgo,
Induced to 823.50.
A big reduction on. all
weeds, worsteds and chariot.
Th best clothing valuta of
fered In Omaha.,
Every garment carefully
tailored to measure and guar-
anteed perfect In fit and style,
lUv your clothes made to
8O4-3O0 Soutii lStb 6U .
JOHNSON MEN CLAIM
. VICTORY IN SOUTH DAKOTA
atOTJX CTTT, ' la,. Ny. 1 A Bloug
rails, a D.. special say that th re
turn oa th senatorial eloctloa are
slowly coming I and leave th winner
undecided, with the prooooet favor) ag
Johnsoa (dem.). Johasoa hsadquarter
claims victory, but glvs a figure.
(frota a Staff Corrospondaat) ;
LINCOUJ. Not. 4,-ep.cUl.)-A no
tion for a rehearing waa filed In th su
preme court this morning by IVan A.
The whol of th 'crew f submarine BroadwaU and the American Surety, conv-
D-8, which waa gunk by a mine dropped 'Pany la a oaa. decided against them as!
by. a German cruiser, were lost asoept, ac,enaan( and la favor, of Douglas
two of floors and two men. Four men j county cover! ag n attempted to collect
were saved from the drifter Fraternal, i ,rom Broadwell when clerk of th dis
whloh also was sunk, but slg of It men trict Urt of th county oertsJn Insane
were drowned. The mine drifter Coplou fe" which he had retained.
also was etruek by a mine about th ' '
aam as the others and sank. Only one , ' .
member of tt crow waa saved and Bin,
wr drowned. . .
"The fight waa so eloo to th shore
that soms ot th shells dropped wlthm a
mile of th beach, en exploding within
a few huadred yards 6f the naval air
station en the south eld of Tarmouth.
"It I believed hare that the German
raiding squadron Intended to bombard
Th correspondent of th Doily Mail at
Lowestoft sive th story ot member
of the crew of ' the British Halcyon,
w hlca engaged the German vessels. Th
sailor said: , , , .
"We left Tarmouth at o'clock In the
morning aad when aboet ten, milea out
we mot the German ship. W challenged
them, but supposed they were British, a
w did not espoct to find th Germans
so near the jooaat.
'The only reply was hot and soon
th shall war raining around us. th
Germane firing as rapidly aa aosaibl. On
shot wracked th whoelhous. seriously
i Injuring th helmsmen, and another
, pleroed th funnel. W were hit about
eight times' and considering that w were
l covered with spray and going at a good
:rate th gunnery of the Germans' was
good. Our Wireless waa carried away by
their second shot
Just before they cleared off on of our
dostroy.rs came up and nut a screen of
smok from tt funnels. Th Germans
had tried for forty-five minute to sink us.
but failed, owing t the eaptala'e splendid
-Jew . , . , ir-
Uric Acid in Your
Ehren doge can eat too much meai Cer
tainly, many People "dig thalr grave:
with their teeth." Few get enough ex.t
rrlse to Justify a meat, diet, for meat!
brings uric acid. Th kidneys will try :
hard to get rid of tha,t polaon, but often!
a backache, dlaslness, urinary disorder) '
or some other slight symptom Wilt show '
that the kidney are weakening and need ,
help. Th tlm-trted remedy, then, I
Doan's Kidney Pills,
An Omaha Man Says So:
J. N. Metcalf . US Paclfle St. Omaha.
says: "My kidneys ware dlserdsred and.
the passages of th kidneys secretion
were retarted end painful. I waa also
afflicted with gravel, and waa laid up m 1
bod for sis montha . I finally used Doan'ii
Kldnev Pill and they drove away thTl
pain In my back and freed my eystsm of
th urte aekf
7 Viewi of 0iiiahaM V
II Th. moat comnlet. knnk.l 1
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II ed. Beautiful blrd's-eve 1!
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' will be nromntlv fillnil." v4
FOOT BALL GAPE
Splendid Pictures Showing
Every Touchdown and
Today, Friday aad Saturday Only,
The Elms Hotel
rrank F. Dnnlap, Manager,
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
A paradise for overworked
and nervoua people.
Home of the most wonderful
healing waters In the world.
FINE GOLF COURSE
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THE IMAN FROM . MEXICO
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Announcements 13 34.f .
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CAniUlA aso.tHo vhoto
"u,l" potaole la Beels.
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gpial Mat. Bat, 10 a. m.( ChUdrsa, is.
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GOVERNOR COX OF OHIO
ADMITS HIS OEFtAT
OOL.UMBV8. O, No. i.OoTnior
James: II. Cob, democrat. today
, conceded bis own ' dfes,t at the polls
yesterday, and .sent a talagram of oon.
I gratulatlon U fraak B. Wlllla, repub-
PHEUN INCREASES HIS '
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PAS FRANCISCO. Nov. 4.-With more
than oao-flftb of tbe vote of California
. counted late today, Jamea P. - FboUn
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