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AUVtKllbh IN EXAMINER for the price it charges. IT is the best advertising medium THE EXAMINER THE CITY REACHES THE COUNTY AS WELL THE CITY. OUR SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS ARE OPEN TO ADVERTISERS IN rj VOL 111 PRESS FULL ASSOCIATED IHE DISPATCHES UTAH WEATHER FORECAST s ARE THAT THE INDICATIONS 1! WEATHER WILL m NO. OGDEN CITY, THURSDAY MORNING, THURSDAY UTAH. cisis identified with (he legal work in be government service ' meet a s similar number of labor i. go oei with their attorney the whole n.a'ter aud to pivrem their cuucl'Jfloiis to him. The President. Mr (Jumpers said, did no: iiertne his ou the altitude or commit Mium-Isubject matter of the Fear.e bill, but expressed himself as determined that absolute justice should be doue. Questions affecting the law to lajur ou me nf the eight-hou- r Panama canal, and it general administration in guiernineut wets in the United States, together with others affecting tabor matters vitii me federation is anxious the Pres'dem shall consider In his message to emigres, were iglked over. With Mr. lioiupera e iv Frank Morrison, scre:ar of the federation, and Janum O'Coiijii-l- of the International Association ot piex-nta-'tve- I ADMINISTRATION The People Will Not Tolerate Indifference to Public Wrongs They Desire Neither Exaggeration Nor Inflammatory Appeal, Nor Moral or Political Obtuseness. NOVEMBER THE R. PRICE iin REPUBLICANS IN LATER RETURNS CONFIRM EARLIER ESTIMATE. THE BE FAIR AND FRIDAY, FIVE CENTS i be meu an increase of 6 cema an hour and proposed arbitral ion pf the INDEPENDENCE LEAGUE luestioti whether or not the men GIVES OUT STATEMENT should receive the Id eenta increase. The umii urik the proposil mil of under considers nmi and it i epxecivd a reply will be returned Explanations Made a to Why tbe Vet Was Cut Down Below What lomoiros. The general ini pros iou toHad Bran Expected. night uiuong Unit the employers ami the switchmen was that a compromise would be reached and that a strike of the I'o.iaio switchmen employed on the New York. Nor. 7. At tho headroads inteicsird in the couir.'tei'v quarters of the Independence league would In' liveried. tonight ihe following statement waa RETURNS FROM NORTH DAKOTA. issued: Judicata not "Reports from Mr. Hearst cm dunn tho that .udy Govornoi Searloa Defeated by Hit Republican vote materially, but that Democratic Opponent. lhe Indt peudi-ui-league vout for Mr. was uut counted In many Hearst 7. X We Xov. concede I).. Fargo, These votes will have to i lie detent of Govciuor Kearles by Mr. iMKiniie. be added to the announced result of a Burke, his IVinocrslic opponent, by said Mr. ltesrst'h vote In older to give tho probable plurality of 2.uu0.'" in the state. chairman L. B. litiuns of tbe Kepuli-Mi-.l- correct Hosrst figures William Astor night t'apt. state ceulrsl cnllutittlee this Chattier stated that hla brother evening "We sls.i concede the de- rri. who was running for sheriff iu test of John Kuauf. our eaniltdaie for Dutchess county, had Ihrasiencd to judge of l lie supreme court by Judge brfug liianihinius proceeding against Fisk ou the Ik'iiincrsiti(Ickei, by several elect lun hoards before they d.iHip. We arc viiiiflilerit that ihe real to count the Independence of the KepHtdlcuii ticket haa been couaeniod league vote for Mr. Hears'. Today elected." reports were received Indies ing These flguies are regarded aa ex- other that IndoiMMideiaie league vutea for tremely conservative. Mr. Hearat sere not counted in Kite enmities. Reports j and Allegheny j rxitiH in also showing that tn dint riels EXACT LOCAIIoiT Cliniou. t'sitsrsgus, Herkimei. j in Albany, Onondaga and WashOF MAGNETIC POLE Wayne,count Ira Uiero waa a failure ou ington (lie part or Ihe rlectiou kourds to count the vise for Mr. Hearst which Capt. Amundsen Haa' Saeurad Valu- was cast under the scales. able Data, Which Ha la Taking "The facts developed today explain With Him to Norway. tho great falling off or tbe total vote cast yesterday, as compared with ihe total vote roar two years ago. There New YjrL, Xuv. 7. On board tbe to no doubt tho votes represented by thia falling off were vote cast for Mr. Ri'andmavlan Hue steamer Hellgova, Hearst and his associates under tho which will sail tomorrow for i'liris-tlanlilie scales. In 12UI tho are two slue boxes,' guarded emblem of cast waa hi four armed guards. . .Tluty contain total voleTlds for govaruor year with 113 Vleotlon the reds'll k made by 1api. Hoald 1.273.460 votes Amundson, who sailed from flirts-tlsni- a dlstrieta missing, only although the ragla-- t .throe years ago aud located the are accounted for,waa ration unuaualiy heavy year magnetic pol- - From a study of the and thethis weather comtHbuia and the ibrbe which will lake fully record, taken iu the campaign all years, (.'apt. .Amundson says that the interest a full vote. exact of. the magnetic pole tended to bring out matters are being fulij These will .be determined. Photographs were. made, nf Ibe uerdJe fur ninemonths an atiioinatic teen by Instrument made especially MEMBERSHIP OF Ibo for expedition e e Gooding Eloctad Governor by a Majur ity of 7,000 Legislature Saftly Republican. ii SHIP New York. Nov. 7. At miilnleht wa (H til doubt a to wbo elected lieutenant- governor jH Non York. Sixteen counties had uot iiet-ethe official count at that hour. In' os the face of the figure in baud at that hour the reeiilt seemed to favor 8iuveant Chsuler on the Bern-- 1' d Floyd, having failed Ui aecurt- - a jority over the other two caiiiiiduie. The return, from 273 of the 22 ward, and loan iff the state Rave fur governor: Floyd tKep.l Jameson 37.13. This la a Republican loins fiout four yers at$j. lua-'hi-r- e the should tote league tick... LONDON VIEW OF the result may lt the will be cluae, and until complete official returua liall have been made AMERICAN ELECTION Whatever all the count I v now tnUalng it will he impoaalble to do more than to guess ii the winner. The total vote for the state mi far as returned. Including the city of Greater New York, fur lUmten-sn- i governor, la: ('hanler, 004,2:14; Harrlinan-Kubn-liiie- ti by for confirm the I bat estimate-- Governor Today's returns , made last niglii Gooding. Hr publican candidate for ha curried the state by a majority nf somewhat I than 7.000. The real ot the state Cliarkmel.'wu. p. K. 1,. Nov. 7. Ail mote ticket has a majority of probably 3.0oo unknumn Norwegian bark, seni ashore mure, wit a one exceivtinu. I In candiiat uighi between Pres! Pmut and date of state, a ho was Blacabush and haa broken in two, Men cut for secretary considerably. on tar'll pans of the wrecked vessel Definite mum show ihe Republiwere seen from shore and Ihcir cans of have 13 of tbe 21 ineiiiht-rchances or getting off sal'ely aeemed tbe state senate, and 33 of the 31 slight thL afternoon. Another Norwemem here iff tbe house. This will give gian bark, tielleved to be the Olga, g majority of 21 on joint ballot. Bet went , bound for Campbellton. N. era! members are in doubt , aud are ashore In ihe same locality. One mau aa likely- to fall to one side or haa landed, but he cannot soeak Eng- quite other, 1 hough private dispatched not known whether there tbe lish Lnd It claim four of the five members from are other ou board tbe vessel. Kootenai county will be Republicans. proxies be given to Fish, who would for Harrimaa's select tou of a s FIhIi further wrote vidual nominee. and caused to lie published statements reflecting on his fellow directors. Mr. Harrimau aald after the meeting: "Tills la my light. It la a fight of Ibe board of directors aud Mr. Fish. 1 acceded to the July agreement regarding the election of directors at the annual meeting only in deference to the wishes of the board. The July agreement was nude primarily to g quiet the public clamor which was raised in the press and to silence the various recriminations whirh were being made in the public prints aa an outcome of tbe contention which had arisen In the board of directors. Personally 1 had not a word to say at today's meeting of the board. The board took no action whatever in regard to the appointment of any com- B-- - 1 nt Bruce, 312.479. aground. Bark Aground Near Charlottetown, P. I. Unknown u successor to llrlnnell at the auuual meeting. Henry W. De Forest was Harrlntan's choice. but the statement says Flab absolutely refused to vote the proxies as agreed, and instead used t lie proxies to elect Kish's Indi- UX-tn.- i. lela solicit proxies. Later Fieli and Harrl-uiaeffected an agreemeui liv wbieli Boise, Ida.. Nov. 7. . . - i Boise, ida.. Nov. 7. Partial returns HQCHS ELECTION from six and practically complete the morning in Idaho give one papers publish long editorial articles REASONABLY SIRE Goodingfrom(Rep. i. county for governor, 10 foil: on the result of the election In New York state. Few of them say anyBtockalager (Item.). 7,222. For Frenrh (Rep.), 11,7ofo; Hat-l- a thing nf the result in other siaiea. Bdievod That the Governor of K inset haugb I Dcm. J. 2,32:',. With scarcely an exception they comla by a Majority of . ment on lhe close vote aa an Indlra-3114About 1,900. of the popular dlsrontent with CALIFORNIA RETURNS. enormous combinations of capital. The Dally Telegraph thinks the moral Raporta From laterisr Coming In is that Americana, while not quite Election Claimed. Topeka, Nov. 7. At midnight the ready to accept Hesrstlsm in full are of Gov. R Wi Hock. RepubliRan Francisco. Nov. 7. The retuiuJ Woodruff said: heartily sick of being robbed by trusts can, seems reasonably certain, al"On looking over returns from some anil corporations, and are prepared to mittee to take charge of the manuge-methough the eDmocratic Committee still from the. interior of the state are comof tbe road." claims the state for William A. Harris ing in very slowly and it Is yet imposforty edd counties we found that Mr. go a considerable way in that direcBruce has run ahead of Hughes by 6'J0 tion. by a plurality of 4,160. The Demo- sible to give exact figures, except from The News believes that with rotes and 1 believe he is elected. At crats claim that their figures on thd small precinct and elite where voting the present time I don ot rare to give "wealth, culture and Intelligence DISFRANCHISEMENT OF same countie give Harris a plurality machines were used. The Republican of noarly 2.006 and that the official state central committee claims Hint jay opinion regarding the real of lha against Mr. Hearst. "bis strength la IOWA RETURNS. one particular portion of the world ticket." LABORERS IN RUSSIA returns will give him over 4.000. Tho Glllglt lia Imh-- elected governor by at movement of unrest." The Independence league headquareight counties util missing ant in tho least lO.utH) plurality over Bell, DemoThe Mall considers the result as an ters claim ibe whole ticket with the western part of the stare. The Re- crat, and considerably more over Lsng-du- Later Rcturna indicate That Cummins is Elected, the Independence league candl-- 1 exception of the nominee for governor, evidence of "growing exuspo ration Tho Right of Suffrage Denied to Rail- publican figures are partially rooflrm-e- d At Deniuorallc headquarters thia date. his bran elected. At Democratic head-qua- against trusts and their tactics," press special by dispatches. road Employes and Thousands De hVotnra. in.,- Nov. 7i Met urn in no predictions or catlmatca while the Chronicle in a similar vein Marion roomy. Guv. Hocb'a home, claim ia md admitted and it ia asert of Other Laborers. were given out. waa carried by Harris by a majority ff ' "d that when full returns are received Iowa wee still Ineompteta, but there la Americana, if they are wise, aaya: I will show that Bell has been eutv every roasen to beltov that Ctunmina will read the true moral not in the lll.yotra, whllo DouRlag county. Dot they will reeeUa nt toast SO.uiiti plurality Xe TurT, 'Nov. T Incomplete'' re--' "majority against Mr. Hearst, hut ia waa carried by Uotr; eessfttl ,by a amall margin. Aa an Harriss homo,' Nov.' 7. The St. s Petersburg, of how the vute ia running re- oi er Porter (1 tom. I The early returns turns front of the count lee the huge minority fur him. of 130. a Hoed majority by Bight were In the state of New York make It imos chances of the Socialists in Ihe domAside from the head of the ticket turns from 223 products out of 2,114 receivedSeveral, newspapers comment ing election uf members of parliament there is no quest inn as to th election in tho state give Glllett 42,232; Bell, Hepcbltosn manpossible up to 11 o'clock tonight to the Intervention of President Roosevelt through Secretary Root.- - The were dealt a sweeping blow yester- o fthe entire Republican state ticket. 27.242. and Laugdou, 21.221 vote. In agers; but they came from nufavorahle gire delink figures on the state ticker other than for governor. Charles districts, and all day today later reStandard and the Tribune consider day by the interpretation given by Big gains have bean made In the making their estimates the Republican E. Hughes, Republican candidate for the result a serious rebuff for the the senate to the new election law, loner house of legislature, bnt. that nanngers have counted on ID.ttUO or port contlased to hirmnae Cummin1 which at one atroke disfranchises Denioorata concede Ibat will ho overwhelmingly governor, has a majority of 52,0Ufl, President, while the Mall aara it Is Repub- more plurality for Glllett in Lo An- Inad. Thewillthousands of poorer classes. City em- body Cuniniliia have a plurality of shown if the ratio hut him. by an of for remainder count, the bnt of the lican member geles unquestionable a victory'' and approximately, dominating from 116 of 264 precincts re- S.immi. returns the candidate are In doubt. senThe Telegraph says the President ployes, Ihe operating personnel of the will be State I'nlted elected railroad and even the loconurfive en- parly Two of Iowa's congreaamen will he "will find little reuse for self congratulation For Ileuungut governor, Lewis ator to succeed A. W. Benson, who' is ceived here Is not changed hla pluralin the result, while the Poet gineers and the moet skilled and high- himself a candidate for am! ity tharo will nut exceed 4.3IKJ. it la Democratic, Tracy (Dam.) wlunlug la Chanter, Democratic-Independenc- e est paid labor In Russia are affected Is considered one of th league candidate, has a lead In says he turned the scale at a critical strongest can- asserted by the Iteinibllran county the First district, and Hamilton iff facthe city of Greater New York of 1,-24moment in what it rails the "cause of by the interpretation. Outside Hoclal-larace. It la generally ad- committee that these returns are from (Dora.) Iu the Sixth.1 The Repahllrana in the didates t tory workmen the ranks of the Up state, M. Linn Bruce, Repubdecency." mitted that the senatorial race lies be- lhe smaller precincts and that those will have a majority in the togialuiura party are recruited chiefly from tween Senator Benson, Congressman yet to be heard from will how big of ul least 60 on Joint ballot, Insurlican candidate for lieutenant The Interview with Richard Croker govof Jonathan P. ernor. la running slightly ahead of also ia credited with affertlng the re- railroad men. Charles Curtis of the First district and pluralities for Glllett. That the entire ing tbe This Interpretation la supplementto tha I'nlted Stales senate. Mr. Hughes vote. IA Bristow, formerly fourth as- oongroeekmal delegation of eight will Aa Mr. Hughea sult, and the Chronicle voices the Joseph to the senatp's ruling of October came down to Greater New York with opinion of a majority of the press ary sistant postmaster general, who wou be Republican pw seema certain, late 20" from which it; waa estimated that, MOODY APPOINTED. lead of approximately 122,000. it will when It sava Mr. Murphy haa had , n few years ago by hla ac- returns from the Second district, prominence over half a millfoa persona who voted . where Duncan A. MrKInlay, Republfrauds. in readily lie seen that the vote for sec- the heat of the deal." postal suppressing tivity in the last eleetfoai had been cur front ican. waa being closely pressed by W, To Succeed Justice Brown on tha Fedond place on the ticks will bo very the election line. These two rulings, A. Beard. Democrat, giving the former eral Supreme Bench. clone, and only the complete official UTTERANCES. together undo a great extent the exa good tear. count will determine the succersful HARRiMAN TO CONTROL tension of the suffrage proclaimed The legislature will be very strongly candidate. Episcopal Clergy Opposed to Witte in December last year. In both branches. All of THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL Returns are coming very slowly Republican In Utterances FulpiL Their object waa today frankly are Repult- - Attorney General Wfilltnm tbe supreme Justlcea-elec- t from counties. At 11 o'clock arowed by a membtr of the cabinet ' 4o out of the 61 In the state had comsuits as Justice of Moody of Maaww-hhHI wmf Boston. Nov. 7. The Clerical union. 'Crora to rid the electorate of that class of the SSK'-SSsupreme court of Ihe I'nlted Siateg puted the count and turned in the Thia Will Glva Him Control of a Lina voters for the maintenance and defense of la ton which easily by swayed Republican, and James Coop- to succeed Justice Henry Billings figures. From these 11 waa Imposfrom tho Atlantic to tho the influence of revolutionary agita- Cnihollc principle, a national organ! er, Democrat, so close that the muili i Brown, who retired some lime ago. sible to predict the result of the enPacific Ocean. cation In the Episcopal church, at a ia who one of the Thia tors. official, iff conA number be predicted. tire count aa to the subordinate placet Mr Moody has filled the ofrics of athere today decided not to cannot few surviving ministers of the old meeting ultra-liberon the two tickets. stitutional amendment were voted on, torney general since July 1. 1904. PreAt Republican utterances a of permit restricthe whether doubted regime, vious lo that time lie bad servod for builhetr fate lg yet In doubt siate headquarters no definite stateNew York, Nor. 7. By the election tion of lhe suffrage or the execution few of the "broad church" clergy In ment or claim la to tie had, but baaed wore than two years na secretary of the of to be various country parts of Premier of of the of J. T. Harahan as president on returns Stolypln's program tho navy. He had also represented hla PORTO RICO ELECTIONS. to time without proalready In, It appears that Illinois from made time reand to , Central railroad company religious Fifty-fiftand agrarian, political Bruce Is elected by 6.000. state in the It was forms would be effective in producing test. The sentiment of the union was Unionist congressand 'ated that as there were still about succeed Stuvveaant Fish, It Is Bcaras an Ovarwhalm-in- g PIfiy-alxibe more should Party there that activity leas new oppositional parliament that R. H. Harrlnmn haa at last a es. It twenty countlea to be heard from offigenerally expected that Mr. wan termed error lit Victory. realised the fulfillment of bis plan to than the first one. .Continuing, this against what cially . nothing would be given out uncc-- ! the in nf and tha writing pulpit of th4 cabinet expressed tbe a railroad line from the At member til these had Ban Junn. P. R Nov. 7. The t'nlon-Is-t reported. Governorelect control in this conviction that it probably would tie ciesiastics." Charles E. Hughes tonight gave out lantlc to the Pacific ocean, twen-to observe ! waa party scored an overwhelming victhe voted It new dismiss the INCREASE OF WAGES. the following statement : great plan the Illinois Central was the found necessary ito at' the polls yesterday, carrying of the which tory tieth union, k anniversary shorter shrift than one link missing to complete a line of parliament with It i ' all the seven districts of the Island. 'nJiemii with 20. a victory for sobriety and for track from on falls reJanuaryNew Yoik to Ban Fran the first one and make a sweeping Volunin the' administration of govhigh maos "at" the Church of "st. Mary ' The Republicans are left without rep- Standard Oil Company Makes sumAdvance. ernment. But the people will not tol- cisco and Portland. Ore., from the vision of Ihe elertlon lawn before i rerautntlon In tbe next hoime of tary York New Rev. tile City. Virgin. Right erate indifference to public wrongs. Great Lakea to the Gulf of Mexico, and moning a third bpdy. ' Franklin Seymour, bishop of gets. T Franklin. Pa.. Nov. 7. Tito StandThey desire neither exaggeration nor from the gulf to the Pacific again. T wto preach chosen 111., nlonlajn won In a majority of Springfield. LOST. DOCUMENTS In di the Brat The step Important Oil company today announced a iiififtninintiirr appeal on the one hand, ard the the Republican aennnn. mnnlcipalliles. the annlreraary rertlnn of securing the outlet on the ium moral or The A reel bo voluntary Increase of wagea to emHan Juan. saving barely sectlou Before business political cbtiiaeneaa on Atlantic the a today seaboard of the Union Pa Hungarian Premier Has Buffered the the other hand. The election la a ployes In the Galena signal oil sml i solemn high mas of requiem for the district, where the hederatlon of Lose of Valuable Papers. to demagogical methods, and it eifle and Southern Pacific railroads Is effort, with Eclipse refineries, located here. The i concentiated of aoul lunar renose br of Lea tbe Hlahop l I mIko Impressive In Its demands for believed, to have been taken by Mr. the asalatsnne of 41.000 contributed precenlege of increase was not stated. London. Nov. 8. According to ihe Nlcholnon of Milwaukee, late president reflHinsilile leadership. I shall ad Harrlma'n several weeks ago. when It the American Federation of La- About 201 men will be benefited. waa at the by sung Church Vienna corraapoudent of the Dally of the union, dr-w reported that Gen. Charles Miller, who made the made a aiirprlslngly Inslgnlflranl myself to the task of squaring bor, the Advent. of in ia consternation there , hl 0Ter ukM con' ,ntro1 Telegraph, ndw hd the h r'minlit ration of government wltn to announcement on lrelixlf of ihe Galena cast the vole amounting showing, the interest of the people, confident, trol of the Baltimore A Ohio by the Budapest owing to the disappearance Hgual (Ml company, said that the elecpractically nothing. CHARGES OF THEFT. of a valise containing documents beilia I may rely upon the support of purchase of a block of 4i.0ftti share tion of the Republican ticket In Pennmuch enthueiokeil election The Baltimore A Ohio company longing to the Hungarian premier. Dr.. the of all good clt liens, not no were dtoturbnnoe. who hu there sylvania had Inspired the managethose siasm. only Wekerle. The miming papers Include McGill of Ontario Bank Charged Witn Vited for me. hut also those who, in which was sold by the Pennsylvania and yesterday was the nmst oidrrly ment with the lielief that atlll greaiar of HMJMt. Theft ministhe of of two sittings protocols company. the election day since the American occu- prosperity wss coining, and they deintensity of their desire to end railroad terial council and numerous other ImTaken together this system of sired thi4r employee to share In it. abuses, voted for my oppouenL The On Nov. conpation. the Toronto. cirIn state Ont., If under papers. political unified, puts railroads. portant v,,k of Insuring, to the extent of my first the trial of of clusion day's la of criminal a there mile 23.0U0 clet than of DEMOCRATIC CONTROL. P"sr. the just administration of thin one control more at more than 61,710,-000,0- manipulation, as suspicion RETURNS FROM EUROPE. of the one of tbe documents Charlea C. McGill, 'a'r I shall address myself unreserve- track capitalized the ordered disOntario magistrate mnch of bank, text the tbe is original In OklaConvention d! ." the charge of thef iff 136.049 to bn Prof. Hel'sndsr Back After an Ab- Constitutional James L. Harahan, vice president cussed "Pactum between tbe emperor-kinMr Hughes said he was homa Will Ba Democratic. very weary Weeks. him. Three of sence and ball was members and the of was the against Hungaelected registered from the labors of the campaign, and of the Illinois Central, day one of the of the company at a meet- rian coalition party concerning the refused. During the 01:1.. Xnv. 7. According going up to the mountains president Baltimore, Nov. 7. Prof. Jacob H. to Guthrie. of directors in this military system The loss of the vs- - clerks In tbe bank swore he prepared tbe latest official count tonight in ") a little outdoor life and undls-"ho- il ing of the board mftei a throe dlrec-haunder returned statement has the Hollander n was who 2 misleading adherent lln servant, reported by convenl election of dry by a vote of to 0. tbe rest. weeks' trip to Europe, where he went the been charged to carry it to the tlon nf McGill, will of President Htuyvesant Flh not. votthe Democrat tion dedelegates, state the for mission on entries how-a la 91, It station. representing Wrongful sped surmised, leant 92 repreanntative in the ing. The meeting is reported to have railroad at have PLURALITY FOR LINN. Hollander Ir. were Prof. was testified, was Although concealed It 400,000, from either tfiat stolen partment 42 been a stormy one. The directors who ever, declined today to discuss his trip in convention mu of the possible 112, or that the servant waa In statements to the government. Yew York. Novt 7. At Republican voted for Mr. Hahrahan were John the carriage each terrllon. from hla io Washington, was report Wekerle of advance on Premier bribed. the John W. Aurhlnclom, leaders attribute ihe Republican it was staled tonight Jacob Aator, MISSOURI DEMOCRATIC. it Is understood ibat the purpose of W. GoeleL James T. Harahan, point of rtartlng to Vienna when tho halandslide in prohibition, which a an pre-- 5 Robert while the committee waa the secure wa to broad s lowvisit waa his and he discovered, Walter Luttgen. postponed of the constitution many red to make any olficial statement, K. H. Hardman. 8t. Louis. Nov. 7 From nearly assent of the foreign creditor of San- Integral part candidates Charles A. Peabodv and Cornelius hi journey and Informed tbe police. ware pledged 'heir estimates on incomplete return nT Republican of all to from a returns counties adjustment to the plan Domingo director complete XI will beconvention The to Linn Bruce had been elected lieu-Pf- i Vanderbilt. Tbe Following aupport. had that the claim republic, carried state a THE WITH PRESIDENT. the Democrats have against by not vote: Stuvveaant Fish, Cha. 16. November gin governor bv a plurality bf about did all the aud printhat Of 7.C40. successful all candibeen electing plurality J. De Witt Cutting and and that Julius M. Mayer ha M. Beach. assented governor of Illi- Gompcrs and Others Hava Conference dates on the state ticket and twelve cipal foreign creditors have 'ton elected attorney general, but by Charles S. Deneen. ARREST BRIDGE TENDER. The plan Inon the sixteen congressmen. The to the terms proposed. of Labor out Queetione. officio tbe member ex of la who nois, 'ery narrow margin. It I thought board. John Welling, another direcelected congreaamen in volves the contlnuanre of the Inlted Republicans hi the remainder of the Republican tor, was not present owing to illness. Washington. Nov. 7. The measures Kansas City and St. Louis, but lost ail States In administration of customs nf Atlantic City. Nov. 7. The coroner thket ha defeated, but this is tbe district In the siate the Dominican republic during ad- Jury lunirht agreed in place 'he blame Shortly before the meeting the di- introduced at the last session of con- but one ofbeen v conceded a- - yet- which had swept Into the Repub- justment of deM. The treaty to this for the Thoroughfare wreck of Sunday. rectors who voted for Mr. Harahan gress known as the Peaire Wore the October 22. tvpon Daniel H'ewari. th" effect la atlll pending bill, waa the subject at a con- lican ranks two vesr ago. Fish giving President to a letter ent Hi SETTLE IN LEGISLATURE. aged bridge tendvr. United fba'e senate. President their reason for refusing to vote for ference today between arrested charged with criminal 8amuel Com per and DIRECTORS and Roosevelt letter Tbe declared hla No One Haa Racaived a Majority for REFUSE ARBITRATION. representatives of the that in June tost, without consulting several other Governor in New Hampshire. 7. At of Labor. Federation The Nov. the annual diof Amerlran board the of Chicago. members other tbe STATEHOOD MAJORITY. Chicago. Xov. 7. The sichroen'a Mr. Fish issued a circular to Pesrre bill has the endorsement of meeting of the Chicago." Burlington A Concord, x. H.. Nov. 7. With 17 rectors. the declined propositions whose union held hero all today representatives federation, railroad, Quincy the today, stockholder requesting proxies ewn mill to be lieerd from the re- tbe Albuquerque, N. M.. Nov. 7. Fail!' made by the managers of the rale are anxious that some recommrada-tira- i of the retiring director-werturns from yesterday's elate election for the annual election. to arbitrate complete returns from iwen'i-Avbe shall Bamade line its of roads Chicago Rolieit with It the entering by of the along next exreption bard At the meeting Indies! qy.lie roncluslvelv that the for an in- counties give statehood a majnrry declared Mr. Flb. by breaking the President In his annual message con. who resigned. John F. Talmadgc ihe demands of the1 men rorit! for (op g'lvernorsbip will have waa quorum. cent an lumr. nf S.giM). This majority wiv h it of In President New The crease was of wager in Tork of a promised resolution congress. for to rhen place defea;d i" in la the legislature, the the The railiusd mnuagera then offered creased somewhat bv later return. of a committee to" tbe committee to delegate four offl- - Me. Bacon. esadida'e. Charles M tbe appointment appears that outside of the It candi- dates for governor, and possibly for lieutenant governor, the Democrat In ticket Is elected, in Greater New York Chanter's majority over Bruce la 134,-Mand this big lead Bruce mu- -l nver-rantIn the counties. Among the milring counties la Westchester, which gave Hughe g.Ofiu plurality. Republican state headquarters, while (tpreaslng the belief late tonight that (nice would pull out ahead of Chan-vr- , would give nn figure. Chairman Ixmdvin, Nov. S. All . lie-in- l, e up-sta- 1 Slow-lyGillt- . nt pluito-grapbln- g SIXTIETH CONGRESS , rt two-third- The Next Houas af Ropresontativet Will Contain 929 Republican and IIS Domocrate. Clilcwgo. Not. 9. -- Returns received np to I o'clock this morulng show that Ihe Republicans have elected 223 congressmen and tho Democrats 163, as .... Stuy-vesa- ut 1. Dot-liv- er C ULTRA-LIBERA- L Ultra-Liber- rr Missouri 1 h Fifty-fourth- b Fifty-seven- th dele-Georg- e - ;- I s Har-rlme- n 7.-- g ronstlt-utlonm- 1 nt lu-e- n . e Total WILL BE REPRIMANDED. President Will Reprimand Willis L. Moore for Treatment of Cooper. 7. President Nov. Washington. House i pI has directed that a repril mand be administered to Willi Moore, chief of the weather bureau, 'or his action in the csre of a printer named Cooper In bis uffice. who bad been expelled from the typographical union for not paying hi strike assessments. Mr. Moore. I' Is alleged, urged Cooper on two occasions to pay his assessment, but the latter refused, and he was expelled from tbe anion. Follow lug this Cooper waa transferred to New Orleans, aud he claims this action on Ihe part of Mr. Moore was intended for a punishment upon him for not complying with the demand of the typographical union. The matter wa referred to Ihe civil service cummtosion. which expressed theopln-kithut Cooper transfer would not. lx for the good of the service, a this would give the impression that It was intended a a punishment. reln-ife- d Cooper accordingly will be in bis former position in tbe n weaihr bureau in Washington and-threprimand in Mi. Moore will, hy order of the Provident, be administered bv the secre'ary. WASHINGTON ELECTION. Prattle. V'ash.. Nov. 7. Incomplete return from leu cmin'tes and complete returns from two counties nut of s total of 33 counties in the state give Kenuhliran pluralities iff 20.40 for coiHi'esamen.