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v THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAYi NOVEMBER 6, 1918.
U. S. SENATOR BY
Returns Point to Success" of
Entire Republican Ticket;
Democrats Claim Five
By Associated Press. . , -
y Topeka, No?. 5. Reports from
j all over the state indicate that the
j republican candidates, state, sena
. J torial and congressional, have been
selected. From every congressior.al
district reports from headquarters
and by newspapers show that the
republican candidates are in the
J lead. The election of Capper for
Jenator and Allen 'or governo. by
big majorities appears certain.
, t Later returns indicate Klose race
in the Eighth district between Ayres
, and Mack.
In this city Governor Cappe is
"running ahead three to one,
or fully as strong as he did two
, t years ago when he carried the state
. by 140,000. At democratic state head
quarters here optimism prevails as
I to Senator Thompsons chances.
,, President Wilson carried the state
two years ago by 40,000.
( Meager reports received at the re-
publican state headquarters show a
heavy republican plurality in the
J Sixth, Eighth and Third congres
sional districts. ,
, " The Topeka State Journal late this
I afternoon predicted the election of
.Governor Capper to the United
States senate over Senator W. H.
-Thompson by 100,000; Henry Allen,
? for governor, by 150,000; and re
publican congressmen in six out of
eight districts. ' '
J Following the issuance of a state
ment by Frank Whitney; candidate
Jfor congress in the First district, at
, democratic headquarters tonight
conceding th election of the entire
republican state and congressional
tirkt with the excention of the
Eighth district, Chairman Murphy
issued a statement denying the
IWhitney statement and claimed five
'congressional districts for the dem
ocratic candidates. Murphy claimed
, the ; Second, Third, Sixth, Seventh
Mind Eighth districts. - !
jSerbs Tell Tales
I Of, Awful Cruelty
I In Bulgar Gimps
2 Washington, Nov. 5. An official
Uspatch today to the Serbian lega
tion from Saloniki said Serbian pris
oners were returning home from
Bulgaria in deplorable condition
after three years of suffering, N and
jihat many had died enroute, almost
.$n reach of their native land. ,
iThe number of prisoners had no
teen determined, it was- stated, be
cause of the great haste of the Bul-
jarian government to get them
iome as rapidly as possible, so that
Serbian military and government of
icials would not see the camos in
rhich thty had been living.
"But. unfortunately for the Bul
garian government," the dispatch
!dded. "other elements belonging to
he llies lived alongside the Ser
bian prisoners and were eye-wit-fesses
of the atrocious regime , to
Much they were subjected.' These
illied prisoners narrated stories
that made one shudder."
i In addition to prisoners of war,
200,000 civilians, deported by the
Bulgarian authorities, are straggling
Habobs and Rabble of
I Germany Unite in a
! Demand for Abdication
Amsterdam, Nov. S.The Berlin
Tageblatt's Munich correspondent
says the bourgoise as well as the
ocial democratic newspapers of
Bavaria are demanding the abdica
tion of the emperor.
: The Munich Neueste Nachrichten,
a copy of which has been received
VEyen the decree of the kaiser en
dorsing the new state form of gov
ernment eoald not restore the- peo
ple's confidence in him."i
Even the National-Liberal Augs
burg Abend Zeitung demands that
the imperial and federal govern
ments shall urgently request Em
peror William to 4ake "the inevitable
Trouble is Brewing Over.
; p- the Peru-Chile Boundary
! Buenos Aires, Nov, 5. According
to reports from Iquique, Chile, the
Peruvian consulate there is under a
heavy guard of Chilean troops to
protest it from hostile manifesta
tions by "Chileans because of alleged
efforts by the Peruvian counpil to
organize a popular demand for the
return to Peru, of the provinces ot
1 1t is reported from Santiago that
the Chilian government will demand
the recall of thef Peruvian consul at
; s Press reports indicate that the
Chilean populace is greatly excited
.by, he sudden renewal ot the old
boundary question between Chile
fcrowder Calls'for 18,300
Men for Limited Service
- Washington, Nov. 5. Provost
Marshal General Crowder -today
called for 18,300 draft registrants
tmvsicallv qualified for limited ser
vie to entrain for camps between
N6vembef 25 and 27. voluntary
enlistments will be accepted until
November 20. ' . . '
JA variety 'of trades and occupa
tions are mentioned in the call and
; 46 states are asked to furnish the
."'iteeessary number, .'..'-
Total calls for military service for
November have new passed the
310,000 Mark and are far in excess
of previous mobilization under th:
drafc' -i .'v.
St. Louis, Nov. S. The St Louis
Globe-Democrat (republican), on
the basis of partial returns received
from more than half the state, claim
the elecetion by 15,000 of, Judge
Selden P. Spencer, over former
Governor Joseph W. Folk, for
United States senator for the un
expired term of the lateSenator
Scattering returns from 120 pre-
cints give Spencej: (republican) 16,-
815 and r-olk (democrat) V,7o votes
for United States senator: 22,980
against state-wide prohibition and"
1.74J tor it.
Kansas Gty,-Nov. 5. Unofficial
returns from 10 precincts in Kansas
City give for United States, senator:
Folk (democrat), 12,600; Spencer
For representative in congress:
Bland (democrat), 13,300; Reaves
Joplin, Mo., Nov. 5. Jasper coun
ty, on the face, of early returns, will
return a general republican major
ity Of probably 1,000. Folk appar
ently lost the county to Spencer by
an even greater majority, and Rep
resentative Perl U. Decker, demo
cratic candidate for re-election from
the Fifteenth district, is 900 votes
behind I. V. HcPherson of Aurora.
Decker appears to have lost five of
the seven counties in his district
and probably is defeated.
The prohibition amendment re
ceived a big majority in Jasper
Chevenne, Wyo.. Nov. 5. Thirty
scattering precincts out of 596 give
Warren freoub fcan). 810: Os
borne (democrat), 20.
i For ''congressman: Mondell (re
publican), 780; White (democrat),
For governor: Carey (republi
can), 840; Houx (democrat), 90.
Indications pomt to the election
of the entire republican ticket by
Returns from 21 out of 596 pre
cincts in the state ot Wyomina
ror prohibition, jyi; against pro-
" Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 5. Twelve
precincts out of 596 give: For sen
ator. Warren, republican, 618; Os
borne, democrat, 496; for governor,
Carey, republican, 712; Houx, dem
ocrat, 518; for congressman, Mon
dell, republican, '731; White, dem
ocrat, 390, .
Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 5. One
hundred and fifteen precincts out of
596, most of them in the southern
part of the state, give:
For senator. Warren, republican,
5,448; Osborne, democrat, 3,375.
s For governor, Carey, republican,
6,318; Houx, democrat, 3,928.
For congressman, Mondell, repub
lican, 6,012; White, democrat. 3,039.
For prohibition, 7,185; against pro
Detroit, Nov. 5. Returns from 58
precincts, scattered throughout the
For United States senator; New
berry (republican), 5,719; Ford
(democrat), 3,737. ,
For governor 45 precincts give:
Sleeper (republican), 5,502; Bailey
Suffrage, 49 precincts: Yes, 2,882;
1 Detroit, Nov. 5. According to re
turns from 182 out of 2,282 precincts,
Truman H. Newberry, republican
candidate for United States senator
is leading Henry Ford, demoevrat,
by a vote of 15,614 to 10,025.
Commander Newberry is receiving
the normal republican vote in the
agricultural counties, although he is
running slightly behind Gov. Albert
E. Sleeper. Soldiers at Camp Cus
ter, who voted by mail, favored
Newberry two to one, according
Wayne county returns.
For governor the vote from 142
precincts gave Sleeper, republican,
13,645; Bailey, democrat, 6,350.
Early returns indicate the re-election
of all the republican! congress
men. Returns from 100 precincts
show a slight majority in favor of
the suffrage amendment.
Denver, Nov. 5. Returns from
221 of the 1,53$ precincts in Colo
rado give: j
For senator: Phipps (republi
can), 21,519: Shafroth (democrat),
, For governor: Shoup (republi
can), 22,864; Tynan (democrat), 16,
876. Denver, Nov. 5. Based on re-
f turns from about one-seventh of the
state indications at 10 o clock were
that the republicans had carried
Colorado. Lawrence Phipps was
leading Senator John F. Shafroth
(dem.) by nearly 3,000 votes, while
Oliver H. Shoup (rep.) had a lead of
4,0C over Thomas Tynan (dem.) in
the race for governor, Returns from
the congressional contests were
meager, but in the first district the
republican candidate apparently had
been elected by a large majority.
Denver, frov.- 5. Returns from
287 precincts out of 1,532 in Colo
, For United States senator: Phipps
republican, 27,878; Shafroth, demo
governor: Shoup, republican,
29,407; Tynan, democrat, 22,221.
WISCONSIN. . v
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 5. Gov.
Emanuel L. Philipp, republican, ap
parently has been re-elected by a
plurality which mat run anywhere
from 15,000 to 40,000, according to
various estimates from scattering
returns received up to 10 o'clock
- Returns from congressional dis
tricts indicate that the republicans
are holding their own, having car
ried the Third, Sixth, Seventh,
Eighth, Tenth and Eleventh.
Milwaukee, Wis., N6v. 5. Gov.
Emanuel L. Piiillipp, republican, to
day was re-elected and carried with
him the state , ticket Philipp's
plurality is variously estimated
from 15,000 to 40,000,
The congressional returns show
theelection of nine republicans, one
socialist- and. one democrat. The
Sjeppnd. d'strtst i, jj,
Voight, republican, leading Clifford,
j a :
ucmocrai, i mining a tiuac iaic.
Suoerior. Wis.. Nov. 5. Twenty
four out of 32 precincts of Douglas
For governor: Philipp, 1,485;
Moehlenoah. 1,010. '
For congress: Nelson, republican,
1,597; Jensen, socialist. HZ.
Salt Lake City, Nov. 5. Indica
tions at 10 o'clock tonight were that
the democrats had carried the con
gressional and judicial contest' in
Utah. Scattering returns v showed
Mays and Welling, democratic in
cumbent congressmen, leading tlyar
republican opponents nearly 3 to 2,
Salt Lake, City, Utah, Nov. 5.
Richard , B. Thurman, secretary of
the democratic state central corrimTt
tee tonight claimed the election of
the democratic state ticket by a vote
approximately three to two. In 81
scattered precincts there were 6,600
straight republican ballots and 9,600
straight democratic ballots. ' The
democrats, Mr. Thurman said, car
ried every district with the excep
tion of a few in this city.
Concord. N." If., Nov. 5.The late
closing of the polls in New Hamp
shire made early returns trom to
day's election meager. An increased
democratic vote was noted in some
of the towns in, the southeastern
part of the state. Bartlett (repub
lican), for governor, carried the city
of Portsmouth by slightly less than
400 votes over Martin (democrat).
Concord, Nov. 5. Returns from
100 towns and wards out of 294 in
New Hampshire give:
For Unitid States senator (short
term): Moses (republican), 8,527;
Jameson (democrat), 7,574.
Returns trom iii towns give tor
governor: Bartlett (republican),
12,894; Martin (democrat), 10,259. .
Phoenix. Nov. 5. The slow count
in this, Maricopa county, andj frag
mentary returns from over the state
leave the governorship in doubt. Re
publican managers claim a majority
of 3,000 for Campbell for governor
in this county. They claim a ma
jority of 750 in Pima county. The
Colter vote in the large mining
towns is less than had been ex
pected. On such returns as have
been received both sides are claim
ing the governorship: The rest of
the democratic ticket, including rep
resentatives in congressi apparently
Louisville. Kv.. Nrtw 5 Tnhn P
Haswell, chairman of the republican
state campaign committee, tonight
issued a Statement savincr that nn
the "basis of returns received up to
tne present a. L. Bruner would
have a majority of 4,565 over A. O.
Stanley, democrat, for the United
States senate A .Vint-t
--"-.. anvil .(III,, JlltVl
ously Gbvernor Stanley said that 81
touiiues out oi gave him a lead
of more than 30,000 and asserted
that if the same ratio was maintained
in districts not heard from he would
win by not less than 20,000.
Oklahoma C.itv Mn C. Vf .... .
unofficial returns from scattering
counties throughout Oklahoma to
night show United States Senator
Owen leadinsr his rennhHran n.
ponent W. B. Johnson.
Contests in the First and T.ihth
congressional districts are close with
each candidate claiming victory; The
democratic incumbents in the six
other congressional districts are ex-
peetea to be returned by large plu
Philadebhia. Nov. 5. William C
SorOUl: reDublican. has heen eterterl
governor of Pennsylvania hv a lanro ,
plurality over Eugene C. Bonni-
weii, democrat, some estimates plac
ing his lead as high as 250,000.
PhilaflelnhiV Nnv VMUA1-
phia complete for governor: Sproul
(rep.). 151,716: Bonniwell fdeml
Sproul's plurality in the state will
exceed 200,000, and may reach
Prftvirirtr P T Ma ?
return t inHirat fV oWt. A v,
whole republican' ticket, both na-
. .' I I . , T. .
uuim ana siaie, m jtnoae island.
Seventy, districts in the vote for
United States senator give;
Colt (republican), 12,446; 6'Shau
nessy. (democrat), 10,074.s
T? . , s .. ...
r or .governor 03 voting districts
ffive: Reelrman rmihi;.-in V 11
599; Archambault (democrat) 8,949.
a net gain of 1,744 in these districts
j , : i
,ur mc ucmocrari.
precincts out of 1,409 in .Montana
give for United States senator: ,
Walsh (dem.), 608; Landstrum
(rep.), 509; Rankin (nat.), 184.
Helena. Nov. 5. Sixtv-e oht .mat
tering precincts out of 1,409 in
Montana give for United States
Walsh fdemnrraA. 4QQ4- Ton.
strum (republican), 4,603; Rankin
Mnnfnelier Vt Vnu ? T?tc
from 7.1! rities nnt tnivn. nut 1A7
in Vermont in today's election give:
For irnvernnr Tlmpnt (rc,.u
lican), 6,578; Mayo (demecrat), 3,494.
iuuiupciicr, vi., ivov. 3. Keturns
from 153 ritie anrl tnivtie nnn(
247 in Vermont give:
for governor: Clement (repub
lican). 17.2.16- Mlvn Sr1iYinr.i.o
8,717. ' -v.
Reno. Nov. 5. Eieht hundred anrl
seventy-one scattering votes out of
26,000 cast give for United States
enator: Henderson (dem.), 361;
Roberts (rep.), 378.
Congressman:' Evans (dem.), 325;
Downer (rep.), 304. . !
Governor: Boyle (dem.), 349; Od
die (rep.), 319. .
Drvs are leadintr kv .malt ma
v I WEST VIRGINIA.
' Pittsburgh, Nov. 5. With more
than half the state . heard from at
midnight . the ' return indicate , the
election of former Senator Davis
Elkins (rep.) to the United States
senate from West Virginia to suc
ceed Senator Nathan Goff. Out of
the 1,803 precincts in the state, 1,091
had been heard from, and thee gave
Elkins a lead of almost 10,000 over
his democratic opponent, former
Senator Clarence W. Watson.
De Xf nines Nov. 5. fSoeciaf
Telegram.) At midnight tonight
Dotn repuDucans ana democrats
were claiming victory for their can
didates for governor, 316 precincts
out of 2,300 in . state giving Hard
ing, republican, 25,740 and Porter,
democrat, 25,043. These precincts
are scattered well over the state and
include democratic strongholds. The
race for congressman is close in
the Second district, democratic
headquarters here claiming defeat
nf rnnoTPssman Hull, renublican.
by Major Ely, democrat The Sixth
district congressional result is in
Tndianannlis Nov. 5. Based on
earlv return the republicans have
a safe lead on the state ticket in In
diana and meager returns on the
coneressional contests indicate there
probably will be no changes in the
state s representation m tne lower
houe, with one possible exception.
Return, from 348 nririncts out of
3,142 in Indiana give for secretary
of state: w
Tenter fdem.Y 36.500: Unarh
(rep.), 45,996; Grisso (pro.), 35;
Kelly (soc), 35. i
Portland, Ore., Nov. 5. Partial
returns from 10 of 36 counties out
side of Portland give for governor:
Withycombe (rep.), 310; Pierce
For senate, long term: McNary
(rep.), 452; West (dem.), 326.
) McNary also leads West in Mult
nomah country (Portland) on the
scanty returns thus far counted.
Withycombe's - Multnomah county
lead is thus far insufficient to offset
the out-state lead of Pierce.
Sioux Falls, S. D.. Nov. 5. Ac
cording to early incomplete returns
the entire republican state ticket in
South Dakota has been elected bv
a majority of from 5,000 to 10,000
votes. Many missing rural districts
are expected to cut down the pres
ent lead, which is about 2 to 1.
Republican National Committee
man W. C. Cook at 10 o'clock to
night estimated Governor Norbeck
has been re-elected bv a majority
of between 10,000 and '15,000.
Chicaco. Nov. 5. Concressman
Medill McCormick defeated Sena
tor James Hamilton Lewis, the
democratic whip, in the contest for
the United States senatorship from
Illinois today by an estimated
plurality of 40.000. Returns from
3,203 precincts, more than half the
state, gave McLormick 246,692 and
Lewis 239,427. These figures in
cluded 80 Dex cent of the Chi
vote, where Lewis' chief reliance for
victory was placed.
Columbus. O.. Nov. 5 Wih a tit.
tie less than one-fifth of the state
having reported at 10:30 o'clock.
James M. Cox, democrat, was lead
ing Frank M. Willis, republican, in
me race ior tne governorship of
Ohio, bv a maioritv of annrovimate-
In 1.100 orecmcts out of 7.W i
the state the vote for
was 72,405 and the vote against 80,-
bent, Albert FTolk. by approxi
mately the same majority.
The republicans probably will con
trol the fegislature. .
Dallas,- Tex., Nov. 5. The entire
democratic ticket, national, state
and local was elected in Texas to
day without serious opposition.
Earlv returns gave the following:
William P. Hobby (democrat),
for re-election, 13,164; Charles A.
Boynton (republican); 1,828; Wil
liam D. Simpson (socialist), 147. :
With this ratio maintained Gov
ernor Hobby would poll 175,000
votes and Boynton 15,000.
NEW MEXICO. ,
Albuqueraue. Nov. 5. With only
a few scattering precincts having re
ported at a late hour tonight on the
election today, practically nothing
has been received on which to base
a prediction as to the outcome of
the election. It probably will be late
tomorrow .before the 'result can be
Boise, Nov. 5. Early returns in
dicate an overwhelming victory for
the republican congressional . and
state tickets. The democrats, whose
candidates are Nonpartisan league
nominees, leading in only one coun
ty. Senator Borah is running be
hind his party.
Fargo, N. D., Nov. 5. Thirty
eight precincts, mostly in towns and
cities, out of 1,874, give:
For governor: Frazier (rep.),
1,192; Doyle (dem.). 3,840.
Boston, Nov. 5. Former Gov.
David L Walsh (democrat), was
elected United States senator from
Massachusetts today, defeating Sen
ator John W. Weeks (republican)
by a margin of approximatelj 15,
000 votes. Lieut. Gov. Calvin Cool
idge (republican), was elected gov
ernor '"with a lead of about 8,000
over Ricliard H. Long (democrat.)
Huns Are Still Unbeaten.
Says Von Hindenburg
Amsterdam, Nov. 5. The Berlin
newspapers today published a mes
sage from Field Marshal von Hin
denburg thanking societies and in
dividuals for their expressions of
"confidence and attachment." The
field marshal declares:
"Our honor, freedom and future
are now at stake. We are invinci
ble if we are united."
The military commander says that
if the German army is strongly sup
ported "then our fatherland will
brave all onslaughts."
Huns Plant Mine In Church
Before Evacuating Village
On the British Front in France,
Nov. 5. (Havas.) The American,
troops, who occupied St. Martin-.
Riviere during the advance south'
of Le Cateau recently, discovered
in the belfry of the village church a
formidable charge of explosives.
The charge was connected by wires
with the monstrance on .he high,
altar in such a way that if the mon
strance were moveu an explosion
would have brought the church
down upon the heads of the wor
shipers. The officer commanding
the detachment made official men
tion of the matter in his report to
Faris, Nov. 5. -The government
of the new nation of Czecho-Slova-kia
is v represented in the interallied
conference at Versailles. The rep
resentative is Mr. Cenes.
NEW JERSEY. ,
Trenton. N. T.. Nov. 5 At M-.in
tonight returns from 170 out of 1 OQi;
districts eave for United
ator: George M. La Monte (dem.),
governor Edge (rep.), 10,649.
-For the short term Charles O.
Hennessy (dem.) was leading Sen
ator David Rairrl (ten 1 1 dCA
9,052. )' 7' lu
No conclusive ngures on the con
test (or house has been received.
San Franriorn !. K
William D Stephens, republican, on
... ui cany ara incomplete re
turns in California has been elected
governor defeating Theodore A.
five republicans representatives vir
tually wercassured of election at
the primary. In the remaining three
districts the result was in doubt.
Baltimore. Nov. 5. The demo
crats sweot the citv in todav's ron-
trressional election return. Renre.
sentatives Charles P. Cbady and J.
cnaries Linthicum, whose districts
lie entirely in Baltimore, win by
largely increased pluralties. i
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 5. Gov.
Marcus H. Holcomb and the re
publican state ticket have been
elected. Both branches of the gen
eral assembly will- be strongly re
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 5. Dr.
Lewis Heisler Ball (rep.), today was
elected .United States senator from
Delaware by 500 or 600 over the in
cumbent, Willard Saulsbury (dem.).
Dr. Caleb Layton (rep.), -was
elected to congress over the incum-
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and from 65 to 40c. ,
If Solid mahogany trays in
three sizes, suitable fox pin
trays, for comb and brush
sets, etc., $1.00 trays, 50ej
$1.25 trays, 75c; $1.50 trays,
$2.50 Out Sizes
Silk Hose, $1.98
Pure thread silk with lisle
tops and . soles, in V V.ite,
black and all desirable col
ors, $1.98 instead of $2.50.
Large puffs, 10c and 15e.
JergeVs Almond Lotion, 25c.
Simplex Cuticle Remover, 30c
Women's Quilted V
Sacques for $2.49
sacques in white, black
and gray. Made of a good
grade of silk and obtain
able In all sizes. $3 regu
larly, Wednesday at $2.49.
, Third Floor.
Children's Union Suits
Ribbed garments, part
wool, regularly sold for
$1.50, Wednesday only
AVenoma Corsets, 98c
No matter how fastidious
you may .be about your
corsets you will enjoy
wearing one of our light
weight Wenomas. -Even
though your requirements
are filled do not miss se
lecting a Wenoma
Wednesday for 98c.
The Shoe Event
All short lines and odd
pairs, from regular stock
will-be disposed of at this
one small price. . , 'j
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