ft iV I - A Latest Recorts Show- Elected 195 Conoressmen, bemocrats 180, Vitl Eleven More Districts to Hear from. HetL-rns Deceived at Washington at 2:30 O'clcck this VIztlIzq In dicate that RepshHcass IVUI Have 196 Members la the Cscse, : Dernccrats 176, Independents 3EIevea Districts ia Dcabt . Izzz F3y Beat Pardee. CHICAGO, IIL, Nov. ,4,Dispatches m show the Republicans have elected with eleven districts to hear from : . Chicago, Nov. 4. Dispatches to the Associated Press up to 2 a. m., show that the Republicans have elected 183 Congressmen, Democrats 173, with twenty-eight districts to hear from. Chicago, Nov. 4. Five hundred and twenty precincts out of 1,371 in! Cook county, give Russe, Republican, for State Treasurer, 50,492, nd Dud dleston, Democrat, 45,995. - WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. (2:30 a. m.) The returns received indicate the Republicans elected 196 members to the House, the Dmocrats 176, and the In dependents three (in Pennsylvania), leaving eleven districts in doubt. XKVV YORK, Nov. 4. The City of Greater New -York, which last year elected ix Fuslonjst to the mayoralty, returned to Its Democratic allegiance today -andiroiled up one of Its old time majorities for that party. Locally,; th? candidate voted for were three Jus trees of the Supreme Court, nineteen members of the National House! of Representatives, twenty-one Htate Senators and sixty-two State Assem blyriien. In King county the sheriff. and In Queens county the District ! At torney were elected, foler's plurality I'-r Governor, In tlie city, was well above 100fi00. Klward F5. Amend, Vernon M. Iktvl tml Kdward E. Mc Call," Tunrmnny Hail Democratic , can dldate. were elected to the. Supreme Court by pluralities of from "70.0(r to sw.H'JU. Tire vote cast toi;iy snowtd a remarkable change of feeling' from hist yevir, when Mijrtr. iMvt parried New Yuri: county .by S.OOO - . 4 v New Yoik. Nov. --Iiie returns from the remote districts show a failing off In Odc-ll's vole. Odell's estimated plu rality.now Is 8.500., s New York, Nov. 4. Having been kept fully informed timing the day and niht ;ih io the course of the election. President! Roosevelt ' retired, fully at islfiod" .with the result. ' He was par- tlculaity gratified with the return;) from .New i jrK; slate, which gsstit'e the re-election of Governor Odcll. i vter. Hay, .n . V,. Nov. . The town of O.ryter Hay give Odcll. 1.561; Coler ,.&t. President Roosevelt's dKlk-t, the Fifth, gave a plurality of 31 for the Democratic state ticket. i New York. Nov. 4. With eighteen districts to hear from, Coier's plural ity In Greater New York Is 119,431.:. New York, Nov. 5 - . Wtrdn. s lay). . Revised Hgures up to 2:45 a. in., make Odcll's plurality. In the state H.fiOI. New York, Nov. 4. At 10 o'clock ; Senator Piatt stated th.it Otlell would tome to The Hronx with 133.000 plu inllty. The stitte in claimed by 15.0(10. New York. Nov. 4. In 417 election rttvtrii ts out of 3,041. in New York rtate, out?lle of Greater New York, odell ha 87..V4.1: Coler, 72.r.7. The :ioe districts In 1 S0 gave Odell Stam hfleM. sn.fiTO. . ; . " -New York. Nov. 4.Two hunlred And fourteen el.-.-tion dfstrli-ts out of :j.04i. oilfi.le of the tHiy. frive CMeil :..es; foler.-42.930. The same lis t rites In IJMMi give (lell 61.SSS; Sauls bury, 49.10S, , New York, 'Nov. 4. Seven hundred triil twenty election ' districts out i of J 543, in the I'lty of Greater New York. ive for Oovernor, 0:lll, 94.211; Coler, 1H.624. New- York. Nov. 4. William ; It. Hesrst. proprietor of the New- York Journal is elected Cmffressms.n from the Eleventh district. f New York, Nov. . Dispatches ' to the Associated Press ui to 2:30 aj m. show the Republican have elected 14 Connressmen: Democruts, ITS, with 20 districts to hear from. 1 i ' In!iattatHlis. Ind., Nov. 4. India na's vote, s cstinuitei, (fives the Republi can candidates from 2.V00Q to 40.t0O. The deleKation to Congress -ren.iins uncbanaed. The legislature will be Republican by 25 on Joint ballot. ' Columbus, O., Nov. 4. The Republi can Ste Committee e?t!matei their plurality in Ohio over lto,00. J . Philadelphia. Nov. 4. Philadelphia, to.nplete: For Governor. , IVnnypn k er. Republican, 16S.716; Puttison. JLem ocrat, 73,60. "''' Philadelphia. Nov. 4. Today for the first lime In the history uf the st.as t ire than a million -otes were ai in the election. Samuel N. Peixfiypakr. Republican. vpa elected Oovernor ; by n estimated plurality of 175.wt.". 1 The Democrat elected two and possibly three of the thirty-two Congressman. It Is certain that Senator Penrose Will succeed himself. .. Providence. R. I., Nov. 4. The ele ti'in f Gauvin. Democrat, for Gover nor. is nracticatlv assured. The re mainder of the Republican state ticket J jind two Republican Congressmen are elected. I Wilmington, Del., Nov. 4. The com- plexlon. of the next General Assembly Is in doubt. At 1:15 a. in.. It is ap parent that a deadlock or two on I wo United "Slates Senatojial vacancies will be the rule, as was the case two years ago. Milwaukee. Nov. 4. Wisconsin has pone Republican by 33.000 plurality. Governor La FoNette and the complete state ticket is elected. . . Lincoln. Neb., Nov. 4. Nebraska has probably gone Republican. but by so narrow a margin on the head of the ticket that an unusual slump in any Mi ' i that tleDutiUcdns Have to the Associated Press up to 3;3 a. 195 Congressmen, . Democrats 180, . v great number of precincts will give the flovernorshlp to the Fuslonlsts. Uncoin, Neb., Nov. 4.-Returns to 11:30 show the vote exceptionally close on Governor, with the remainder of the Republican state ticket elected. The Missouri Style. Kansas-City, Nov. 4. The votes of several 'negroes were purchased at 32 and $3 apiece. Sjme of the votes were bought boldly at the entrance to the booths. At one booth a Democrat of fered a negro $2, but a Republican raised the price to J3. . , - 'f Des Moines, ; la., . Nov. 4. On the basis of the returns up to 11 p. m., the Republicans. elected the state ticket by about .75,000 plurality. Jud?e Rircisall, Republican, io suc ceed Speaker D. B. Henderson In. Con gress, is elected by about 4,000 votes over ex-5overnor Boies. Salt Iake City, Nov. 4. Indications at midnight are-that JdcCarthy, Re publican, is elected Associate .Justice of the Supreme Court by a plurality o about 2.500, and that the Republi cans will have a considerable majority in the. Legislature. ; , ' " Denver, Col., Nov.- 4. It Impossi ble to estimate the i exult In Colorado. Th.t the Republicans have made heavy gains Is generally conceded.1 Following Bad Examnle. ' Denver, Cot., Nov. 4. For the tirst time in the history of .Colorado politics, a woman was-arrested today un, . a charge of reeaiing. She was Ideny iied by Airs. Harriet Hlbbarrl. a widow". "0 years of age."; It Is alk'KTd she was in the act of castinar her. third ballot when arrested. She .admitted her guilt and said she could give no reason for rrr acts except a .desire to make some ready money. She told the polite she was a Republican. Shrs s.-ild- sho had voted the Democratic ticket twice, at the request of a Democratic worker. San Francisco Nov. 4. Complete re turns from 266 precincts outside of San Francisco give Pardee 8.069;.. Lane 7.347- About half of the vote In San Fran cisco, counted at 1 a. pi., stands: Par dee 14.016; Lane 19.11. San Francisco. Nov. 4. At 1 a. m. the i returns at h-and indicate that if Iine, ; iVm-w ratA for Governor, main tains his present gains he will 4e electe.1 by a small plurality.. The Re publican committee has .'reduced Its claim for Pardee from 10 000; to 5.000. With the exception ot uovernor, ina Republicans will probably elect the en tire state ticket, but have lost one and probably thre- Congressmen. Loud, in the Fifth, is defeated, and Gillotte. in the First, and Combs, in the Second, are running behind the ticket. The ri nutlnlnir five Congressmen are, accord ing to the present figures Republican. San Francisco. Nov, 4. Incomplete returns of H precincts 'In San Fran cisco give the following. For Gover nor: Lane, Democrat. 619; Pardee. Republican, 498. SEATTLE, Wash.. Nov. 4. The re turns from the state election are' com ing In . ' .. slowlyi Only Incomplete re turns have been received, but these In dicate, clearly ;that the Republksan Congressional candidates. Cushmao and Jones, for re-election and Will K. Humphref. will be elected Ay a ma- ority between 15.000 and 20,000. The vote has been lighter than expected; but loth parties will suffer - almost equally from this circumstance. The Republicans will control the Iegisla lure, having from 90 to 95 members. This Insures the election of a Republi can United States Senator lucceed Turner, Democrat. The mt signifi cant feature of the campaign is the fact that Hiram E. Hadley,. Republi can candidate for Justice of the Su preme Court, will lead the ticket. ' Seattle. Nov, 4. (10:50 p. m.) The indications are that the state will go Republican by about 20 000 majority. with the election of; three Congress men and the control of the Leglsla ture- 'Spokane. Wash., Nov. 4. Partial re- urn indicate the defeat of the Repub lican Legislative tUket in Spokane county. The Republican Congressional ticket, w ill esrry the county by a targe majority. ! Harper and Graves, Demo crats, for the state Senate, are un doubtedly elected. Boise, Idaho, Nov. 4. Returns as sure a Republican majority on th en tire state ticket of about 3,000. French, for , Congress, leads his ticket In most counties supposed to be certainty Democratic have swung" Into the Re publican column. Republicans will have forty.-seven members In the Leg islature, and a majority of fourteen on Joint, ballot. f . Boise. Idaho Nov. 4. Scattered re turns Indicate the election of Morrison. Republican, for Governor, by a small plurality. The Republicans also claim a. majority of dates. Boise. Idaho, -Nov. 4. Republican claims sustained as far as the vote of the, county. Indications are that French, Republican, is elected to Con gress. " , , , . ! Butte. Mont.. Nov. 4. Late returns from outlying counties indicate the ssr zrsi cratlc report Republican landslides. Tbe Republican committee makes tne following , estimates: Dlxoo. for Con- gress, 4.500 majority; Holla way. Asso ciate Justice. 8.000. The Legislature will .be slightly Republican. Butte. Mont-ANov. 4. Reports up to J midnight give the , Republicans - the 1 fetate beyond a doubt, although defeat is not yeC conceded by the Democrats. : ; . Alabama. Montgomery. Ala. Nov. 4. The full Democratic state ticket Is elected. v.! Tennessee.' , Nashville, Tenn- Nov. 4. The entire Democratic state ticket is elected. "i Florida. Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 4 There was no opposition to the Democratic state ticket. SENATE TO BE REPUBLICAN According to Calculations by a Majority of Eleven' A GENbRAL SUMMING UP Shows Fifty-Two Republicans and Thirty-Four Dem ocrats " TWENTY-FIVE SENATORS TO BE ELECTED BY LEGISLATURES CHOSEN REPUBLICANS CRED ITED WITH THIRTEEN STATES , AND DEMOCRATS SEVEN. WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. The next United States Senate will be Republi can by at least eleven majority. The present Senate contains fifty-four Re publicans and thirty-four Democrats in a total of ninety seats, there being two vacancies from Delaware, The terms of thirty Senators expire with the present Congress. There is also a vacancy from lichigan, caused by the death of Senator McMillan. -Including Delaware, twenty-five Senators will be elected by the Legis- jlatures chosen today Of .hese the Republicahs have surely carried thir teen, viz.. Indiana New Hampshire, North Dakota. South Dakota. Pennsyl vania. ...California,." Connecticut, New York, Michigan, Kansas, Wisconsin, and Wnjfhington and the Democrats seven. v;x : North Carolina! Dela ware, probably; Arkansas, South Car olina, Florida. Alabama, and Missouri. This Insures fifty-two Republicans and thirty-four Democrats in , the next Senate. The result of the' contests at this hour is still in doubt in Nevada, Idaho, Utah and Colorado, 1 with the " noes favoring the election of Demo cratic Legislatures in Colorado Idaho and Nevada, and a Republican Legis lative in Utah. if these .probabilities should be realized, - the 'Senate will stand fifty-three Republicans and thirty-seven Democrats; with the los of four majority to the Republicans, compared with the present political division. A STRAW GE CASE SURGEONS EXTRACTED FROM MAN'S BRAIN A KNIFES BLADE KM REDDED THERE 22 YEARS. CHICAGO. Nov, 4.After having carried a knife blade an inch and a quarter in length in his brain for 22 years. : P. J. Kent has -undergone a i i - successful j operation foi Its removal. The blade had broken off In the skull and the point had been all these years Inserted squarely Into the brain. Since the Injury had been received Mr. Kent h id suffered from epile ptic seiz ures. The. physicians who performed the operation say the patient will re cover full control of his muscles. Mr. Kent was attacked -when 16 years of age by a stranger who stabbed him on the "frontal bone. Shortly af ter the Injury had' been inflicted, he was seized with dizziness and' convul sions and became an Invalid. The case attracted much attention in Chicago hospitals, in almost off. all of which Kent has been a patient. - TO WOVE MUTE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT CLARK TO ,IN . ACCURATE MOVEMENT TO GAIN THAT END. (From Thursday's Daily.) Superintendent Thos. E. Clark, of the Deaf Mute School is starting out on a Hue of work toward securing the re moval of the Mute School from its pres ent location fo some .suitable place In or near the city. His reasons for this change are based' on humane. and psychological facts; To one of the Statesman's reporters he said In part: . "Character is-Tormed by heredity and environment, and by environment we can overcome heredity to a certain ex tent, so environment is greater in . the building up of character than heredity. an I. through some unknown way, they have built this school and placed therein children, handicapped by nat ural infirmities, with Reform School inmates on the one side and the Insane , Asylum inmates on the other. Then,' If environments build and form charac-' Two bottles wholly t cured me," he ter, what can be expected of them to! writes, "and I have not felt a twinge say nothing of what they lose Tor want ' ,n ver a year." They regulate the of material, for observation, which they1 Kidneys, purify the blood and. cure could and would have If the school was Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Nervousness, in or near the city ?T , "Improve digestion, and give perfect " 1 ' health. Try them. Only 50 cents at Legal Blanks; Statesman Job OfSce. Dr. Stone's Drug Stores. """"IPRELIATURE - EXPLOSION Of Fireworks Creates Fright ful Results i , MV ijonDTDT V M A MPI nT ItlAII I -ClUKKlDl-1 .'lAilUJ-CJJ Twelve; Persons Killed Out . righl-At Least Fifty Injured THIRTY THOUSAND PEOPLE THRONGED SQUARE WHEN EX PLOSION OCCURRED DREAD FUL PANIC ENSUED AND HUN DREDS WERE TRAMPLED UPON. NEW YORK. Nor. 4. By a prema ture explosion of fireworks in Madison Square Garden tonight, ten persons are believed to have been killed, and a number seriously Injured.' The panic and confuslpn among the crowd watching' the election returns makes it impossible to make a correct estimate of the fatalities.. The report vas so heavy that Windows' were broken in the, houses around the Square. When the panic had subsided sixteen persons were found unconscious on tne ground. Some, however, quickly recovered. Others had been horribly mutilated. It is "reported that four boys, watching the fireworks on Madison Avenue, were killed, ' Five hundred extra policemen were ordered on duty. Twelve persons were killed outfight many being blown f almost to pieces, at- least fifty injured, many fatally. At least 30.000 persons . thronged the Square at the time-of the explosions, which were succeeded by . a . frightful panic, in which hundreds were thrown down and trampled under . foot. List of dead:- . , Policeman Dennis Shea. William B. Finney. George Blttle. Harold Robley. Six unknown men. Unknown colored man and unknown colored boy. Most seriously injured are: Policeman Michael McGee. Policeman Michael Reagan. Florence Dyer. : David- Meyer. ' William Mallery. John Glaner. ' w 'James Corrygan. Frank Leiston. George Landon. : . Charles Gladwin. : John Farrell. E. Driller. Frank L. Keeler. Frank. Wilson. Helen Wilson. Henry Adams. Charles Olgan. L. Davis. "' r Joseph "Schaefer. ' Samuel Mayer. ', Angelo DomlnscTt. i AK AUTO PLOW DR. G.VTTLINfi HAS A SCHEME THAT WORKS A REVELA TION. NEW YORK. Nov. 4. Diverse as the plow and the automobile would seem at first glance Dr. Galling, the famous inventor of the gun " ttyit bears - his name, has hitched the two together and made farming a "thing of beauty and a Joy forever." i , tne naruest tarrn ia ior is thus re- jduced to a pastime One more occupa tion for the horse . Is destroyed, and on man with an automobile plow can do the work that formerly .required 15 pairs of hands and 20 horses. The Gatling motor plow is driven by L a gasoline engine of sufficient power to propel it at any desired depth down to twelve inches. The truck is built like the trucks used with traction engines, except that the steam boiler is replaced by a strong'platform on which is placed the gasoline engine, which is connected to the traction gearing by a series- of wheels; to this truck is attached a set of disc plows, which may be geared to run at any-depth or any angle needed to give the best results when plowing. With this machine it Is estimated that one man can ilow from 30 to 33 acres in one day. To plow this number of acres In one day with the ordinary ; plow would require 15 men and 20 horses, so when it comes to cultivating one of our large Western farms. It is easy to estimate the large drove of horses and the great number of men required to do the plowing and the Immense cost to the owner to house and feed them. AH that is required to operate the Gatling plow Is for the farmer . to sit upon the cushion seat of the truck and work the controller, which is not un like those attached to automobiles; or. if he happens to be indisposed, his wife can take his place. It is generally estimated that the cost of plowing under ordinary condi tions is $1.50 per acre; . Tnen the fur ther preparation .of , the ground by harrowing and rolling costs another SO cents per acre. With the Gatling ma chine the ground becomes thoroughly pulverized and the rolling Is not re quired. i , A 'harrow attached io the machine will do the smoothing, and a seed drill attached behind this will do the seed ing; so that the plowing, harrowing and seeding may all be done with one passage of the machine and at just about one-fourth tne cost of the pres ent methods, thereby enabling the wheat grower of the Utolted States to compete in the markets of the world with a profit to himself., . - A Startlingt Surprise. 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