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TIJI'flllLL JILSOII LOSES FFiOTHIfjGHAM
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BARELY CARRY CO..
HiXL BADLT FBJGHTEXED AT
PROSPECTS OF THE RETURNS
tion Because the Margin Is So Nar
row Tammany Forces Badly Crip.
pled--Jadlcul Candidates Undr
Murphy Are Defeated and OTerrun
by Opposition. , ,
New York, Nov. 8. The legislature
goes republican,, throwing oft Tarn
many's grip, but the Tammany coun
ty ticket was elected by
margin. , - ; '""
Tammany Hall is badly frightened
rer the election todav Thir
er m e.wuon uway. i neir coun-
ty ticket barely scraped through; and
weir juaiciai iicet was overwhelmed
tueir juaiciai ticsei was overwhelmed
in Brooklyn, following the charges
that one of Tammanra aunreme rm.rt
candidates had used money to secure
the nomination. The republican coun-
ty chairman. Samuel Koeaig. threat-
ens to demand a recount of the vote.
o imall -.. h m.rnn e ...
BU .mo.. RB. luc margin oi victory ior
Tammany In the county.,, . ' ;
Tammany lost control of the legls-
lature which went republican. The
lallot for both house, give, the re-
publican. 119 and the democrat. 82.
PETITION ASKS THAT MXE MES
Commission Asked for Will Outline a
Permanent Procedure Plan.
Public library propoganda was set
In motion last night when a group of
representative business men and pro
fessional men held a conference at
the office of Attorney Turner Oliver
and outlined a plan that Is Intended to
hrlng the city n first clas. public II- , '
hrary In the end." The .ituatlon now, Portland. Nov. 8. While detectives
has assumed a point where cltlten." marched Warden. Columbia county.
re asking, by petition, to have the Xor Hilda Johnson, a domestic, who i.
conncll pas. a resolution empower- charged with the murder of her 21
iDg the mayor to appoint a commls- hour-old Infant and Its incineration In
Ion of nine people who will outline a a furnace at the home of Mr. George
permanent procedure plan for the II- KeUyt North Twenty-third rtreet, the
Jrary movement The process I. not woman appeared at the Kelly home to
Involved In this petition, being freely h9, A eicitedlr demand her
!gned today on circulation by Attor- ciothes. When refused by the fright
y George T. Cochran and Doctor ene,i mald she vowed .he would re
J W. Loughlln. When the commls- tu'rn and left
e,n I. appointed, which It no doubt The police this afternoon are wait
"l be, these men will proceed to fe-, tns for ner. The woman gave birth to
'ect a route that will lead to culmlna- g baby 8unday and left a few hour.
t"n of tin hope entertained by the .Jater., Detective Smith, , who worse
People. The petition will be present- on the we, alleged he found some
d to the council tonight. It Is planned hahyt honet In the furnace. Physl
nd a. noon as the commission Is fip- c)anI believe It cannot be the Infant's
a..u,.ucuv biiu udui"u .iv,..
of Procedure will be .elected and at
that time there will be announce-j
ment made of what this commission
neem. the best method. The hegln-
flng, It la thought will be nlon lines'
Provided for by state statutes, and It
possible that the Carnegie p'an will
he followed after the city has secured
'n onie way a nucleus to work with.1
niaon-Br Fsees Rerli Chnree.
Nw.i'k, N. J.. Sot James A.'
Savage. a taxl-ab dr'ver. v.' o stveral
Months a?o ran dosa nn 1 kljled WII-!
"am H. Stanford, an til irurlst,'
Newark. ws placed on trl.tl todny t
charge mans!a?:hter :.. .
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NEW JERSEY LEGISLA
TURE CAPTURED BY
TOM JOH.VSO.VS WORK L1TES
. ; OJi-TAFT HAY DEFEATED
fl!id!r,,KU,,TI J' fcI51?bt "U" " 1 tte Legl'
Leads Them" ew Jerr RmidI.H
cans Carry Both Houses Newton Is
Chosen Mayor of Cleveland Yes
terday. Trenton, X. J., Not. 8 The return
- a republican maJority of in the
New Jersey legislature Is regarded .
today as a .erloua setback to the pres- j
son.- The republican, have a majoritj
wii'iauuui oi iKjTernor u-i
of 1 in the senate and 18 ia the house,
Tom Johnson's Work Ltres.
Cleveland. Nov S Jihoh Tom -
Johnson is dead the policies he work
., ., . .
say the bverwheteL election T U,ron1lont 0,6 esst- onlJ' etback
Newton a. m-ycr "and aathortoatW !!W lMt
hv th oi . k., ,.;controL Tbe democrt8 re JabHnt
fr n,ni.i,i vr- i.,
" a . "13 tie Fos election In Massachu-
clare It is a monument for -Tom.'
; Brj Sees Hope..
Uncoin, Neb., Nov. 8. V7. J. Bryan.
rtpr .nnnrs. th. ,i.(l.
Ba.d he m,.k
, " A' " (
i - Wth a genuine democrat teadingj TenUon initiative, refler-
the ticket, the democrat, will .weep 'dum and
the country in 1912. . -. Other Ontc-e, ated."
Cincinnafl Rebuke, pntUcan, j RhoJe Islailfl; Pothlert repnbll.
Cincinnati, Nov. 8-The election of ca governor and the entire state
Henry Hunt, a democrat, a. mayor Ucket waa elected. Th. republicans
of this city, over LouU Schwab, re-J la tfje le?isUtnM. ta Mary.
publican, who was backed by an open a Gol(j3lorongh. a wpubU.
letter from Taft, Is looked upon an a' s over Pue ,
direct .lap at the president and theL, f oTernor
most severe blow yet given the re- , Kentucky, Jame. McCreary. n
Luu.nuu iw ;
here this morning.
Bowling Green, Mo.. Not. 8. Champ
Clark said the returns made him poa
ttlve that the democrat, would elect
the next president
ACCUSE DOMESTIC OF CRETE.
Portland Girl Said to Have Bamed a
Babe In Residence Fnrmaee.
aa lne nre wouia d." consumed a.i
(he body of one ,0 y0nng.
Indon, Nor 8--Arthor Bal-
four today caused a sensation In
all England when be resirned as
ba1er of the conserrative parry.
He announced his retirement at a
meeting of the conservatives, glv-
Ing the reason that he was
too old for the ptsce and that his
health Is falling.
FORMER GOVERNOR IS1
CHOSEN AS EX
SOCIALISTS SHOW BIG
GA1XS THEOUXIHOIT COCSIRl"
lUtue Brewster Heads JUsslssip-
pi and McDonald Is First Governor , la possession of Peking.- This dU -
?oSWaeXi0tl,erE:UrMlrPatCiie" 8tate- W" GeDeril U
R.nn v 7r i !
Boston. Xov. "--Return, indicate (
J"rt r ,
"h8hin. republican. This is a
J6" inmcura ia inc nuuorilT- 1 ne
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fT' UckeU Me
Soelalbt Gain Big.
J . ? . eTerT nere u.
8bo,ra toda3' In he elecUon return,
,rr emraac gain, in uaio ana
etU aa a repudiaUon of the republi-
can . tariff principles. The aocialiat...
.ao big trains. - In Ohio the -oro-
I!"lTei Iected m " ol ,be,
flPlava tM Ia th. Minttittt.ii.t '
democrat, was elected governor by a
plurality of 30.000. The legislature
shows big democratic gain, assuring
OUie James as the next United States
In Mississippi Earl Brewster, demo,
crat is governor, and la New Mexico
William McDonald, a democrat, was
elected as the first governor. " The In
dication Is that the legislature goes
ICUers Meet la fa!cipa.
Chicago. UL. Not. S. f.2cers and
directors of the Millers' Nit'oral Fed
eratioa met at the Great Northern ho
tel In this city today to discuss the
outlook and various oier matters
TWO m O FOUTICIAL LE8XLIGHT
AVrre. Oliie Jams of Keutacky. who
Is assured seat la falted States
senate foUowicg yes-teriay's !eo
t5on. and on the right. Loci . Fr oth'ngham, repuhlicaa, f Maasacha
setta. wha was d?aHd fsr gover cor by Fssa. if early retnms ar. correct
GENERAL i LI WON'T
REST UNTIL PE
feeble icas marches to
PROTECT capital walls
Flatly Refusing to Cesser Peace tr
Truce, Bebel Ceneral lnTltes far-'
wx i anare ana isumates That toe ;
Eebelllea Will Not Esd rntil Peking.
Has Fallen Into the Hands of His
Shanghai. Nov. 8.-I will not make
peace until the republican forces are
..r io me goTernmen ,euer pro-
rinS tfaOJ WWCh Premler Yuaa
Shi Kal had aenC Tnan offered . con.
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and a complete pardon for the renew
In nrhinrii fnr mum . I
janrcnes m reaansf aw.
Peking. Xot. 8. With thn reported
.aeaar oi v-ama,- rrenuer imb w
returning to Peking at the head
of a strong bodr of selected troops.
HU march follow, ti, commonkaUoa
ia l& n,Uanal M" declirlD thlt
. truce or peace with the rebel, would
prove naelesa. anlesn the government
wer first reformed. Many rumor.
are afloat and throughout the city thd
greatest unrest b reported. The em-
wrm yn !m
Blin Canal A cress FtaridJ.
Jacksonville, Fla, No S The pro
posed canal across the state of Flor-
ida, which has been under dcusston!
for many years, was brough. one s.ep ,
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, . . . . .. . . . i
engineers appointed to determine the
. ... .v. t
most feasible route met in this city
tc prepare Its final report to the war
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f" 1Ca i
1. regarded a. one of the most Import-
ant of all Inland waterway projects in
thU country. It would obviate the
passage around the Florida keys of all
ships between the" Atlantic and the(
Gulf and would be valuable for naval;
and military purposes as well as for
; . Teachers Sect la De Seines.
Des Moiaes, Ia. Nor. S The an
nual convention of the school lead
ers of Iowa opened In the capital to
daT with a larre an I rerresenfjirJ-nR
attendance. Addresses, papers andf
dlscasslons treating of everr branch
cf educational activity will occupy thei
attention of the teachers daring the
remainder of the week.
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LEFT 111 BOX
' THE LIST. '
FIVE LEFT THIS JfJEMXt; VUZS
PEREMrTOEJE ARE EXERCISED
r.iJfM v... . i.j...Mil
it, n,Brht i ia t i ...
teeUie Barns In Person I
meat Will Be Ketsrned by
Grand Jury and Men Tried
Los Angeles, Nov. 8.
Clark. Green, list ar
1 were 'the fir men rem ia th I ,rm hor"b n:giitmare to nd that
M-iJarr box today 'when the McXsmarah haJ "Orally hcked bis wife to
trU1 Tmms The rest had w
excused through peremptory chalieng-
j it i, coasidered .ore that all re
! en. The atate challenged two and th,
. . .
tub aerense accented tae nva tar-
I fin nlr(nr tlls?n ktfntnav)t THTrM
uugT cuiuocn seu laroi to om
rused, first saying they should be ex
cused on good grounds already known
to th court. Finally they were sworn
after the judge said he would take np
the excuse Immediately. A recess
was ordered and the Judge went to
chambers to talk with them. Men
denhall's mother ia seriously III and
his father dh?d recently. Clark claim
ed exception for heart disease. L!sk
bad health and business reasons. The
Judge excused Clark and MendeahaH
later. ' '- -
Briar Evldenee Wet, i
WjgM fcy Eani, (n Per.
on to Los Angeles for se In the trial S
oon as tbe grand Jury at Isdiaaa-
PIS 8U through according to word
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received today frc Bnrtss direct., He
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ald the defense there lost their case.
Th McNamara. are charged with
mife non-vraioB pTaats. District At
torney VfHer s-Jasitted Gat If the
McXamaras wre acqnitted In Califor.
nia he plans to bring them her ft
face trial In the TaUed Stafes courts
FEISCX) LABOS SITFES.
Only Tws Mem en Bard ef Sa pen it
ers Wb Are LaWr Xea.
S Francisco. Not. S- Cclon lhor
tot another setback In the as niclpal
uwuos uaay ana toe ewy aas a
board of supervisors of 18 members
who. with two exceptions, were Iden
tified with the Mayor Kolph regime.
The only labor candidate. successTal
were Andrew Gallagher, sebertary of
the San Francisco labor council, and
Edward Nolan, of the Bricklayers ua
District Attorney Flckert was i re
elected by about 23 msjoriry over
Hanthorn who was backed by' the
Heaey bunch who have opposed him
since he defeated Heney after the
BeattJe Takes t Pea.
Kkf.mood. Ya, Nov. 8. Henry Clay!
Beame, convicted of , wife mnrder,
was removed to the Virginia peniten
tiary where he dies in the electric
chair Nov. 2i;h. snleea the governor
Interferes or grants a new triaL Beat
tie ssfled. and was calm as V h3e
the Jailers farewell.
Feaader Day at JTesrl ITlyle
. Sonth Hadr. Xai Nov. 8 Foua-
oer. cay at 5!oct Holyot c".re ' ter touse and the down town plant
wa. cbeerwNl ty w!!h !-e oitual In-j wCJ be ma-li the headinarteTs far
terestlag exercise. Prefect Fannce I coring, storage and eooSisg. To per
of Brown calverslty delJrerel the feet the f'hexe !a tie soonest po
principal a Uress. s!h!e t'rae Is the !a cf the c3!?asy.
ACT IN DREAM.
LEAEIXi WHAT HE HAS DONE
SLASHES HIS OWN THROAT
T Family Retires Only U i
wakened by Attack of the Father
in Smnainballtle .State Wife Is
Hacked t Pieces With Ilstehet
Removes Teunsreitt Daughter from
Koara Before Omnmn; Act.
i pieces with a hatchet. John Edward
Cooper, a middle aged and wealthy
contractor, today slashed his throat
with a razor and died. The woman
was fatally Injured and is dyiing at
the emerpsncy hospital They had
All were happy and planning aa
outing when they went to bed. Lata
at night, first carrying the amailest
daugiter, LHI'.an, out of the room,
he got a hatchet and struck hi. wife,
who wjls chriekiBg and calling the
police. They heard her pleas and
rushed oiSoers to the house and Coop.
er.a, meanwhile, awakening, fwand
what h had done and cut hi. throat
Just as the caters entered. The whole
bprrih's scene was enacted la a night
BUILD ROOM T
crane, stobace a. coolisq
13 C TO BE PfiOTIDED FOK.
Grande In4e Seat Ceaipaay Csav
tences CeasfsctWa ei Sew Plant
Coring rooaxs, cooler and cold stor
age patterned after the most ap-to-3ii
plasis ia Portland, housed In a
Zi'iiO two-story brick strocWe that
is to be built a the rear of the Grande
Aonde Meat company's retail building
on Adims avenue, is the aim of that
company following the return of Gea
eral Manager J. A. Russeil and Head
Curer W. P. Mohr from Portland
where a careful inspection of such
plan's was made. The plan, for th
plant here were prepaned after all the
p-to-date establishments of that sort
la Portland had been given careful
atady by these two men. and because
of the lire that destroyed the plant
some time ago near Ora DelL th
company has decided to rebuild and
to build along lines that wOl bring
the plant ap to the highest poasib!
standard of perfection.
Excavation for the structure Is al
ready eocameaaed " and the. baRdlsf
will go np Jsit a. soon as workmen
can be put oa tbe Job. The struct are
will be built to the rear of the coa-
rrJr' retail store and will extend
back to the alley and go two stories
The equipment and the banding
win cost In the neighborhood of f i.&9
aad Eodemness wi'.l be the keynota
in the archftecture and enj'afyajeEt of
the bulisg. It wfil mean the sepa
ration of the slangfcserfng cnarters
and the r-aekl-g plant for tha crra
panr hat a builiiig at la old lo
cetiJn that can be male Into a slarg?i-
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