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TO BE CHANCE FOR HUGHES TO WIN 01
FOR mom FOUR YENS
(U. P. Bulletin, 11 a. m.) ..
New Yoii?America has chosen Wood row Wilson'and Thomas Bx
Manfcall .for four more veart, on the face -of available returns. There
is fnUy the barest possibility of recounts. Possible court contests,
predicted by the unyielding Republicans, .would.change the situation.
. "California's entire rote was unchanged at eigjlt o'clock today,| but
WtlMn 1s leading so commfndingly that it will not matter for which
candidate the few remaining precincts will go. , ,
There remains, however, the possibility of a division of California's
electoral rote of thirteen. Counting California's entire vote, Wil
rna's tot^l electoral college rote-Mliaraganhag the still doubtful states
?appear* to be 269, three more than an necessary. There are^hree
stale? tkat an Btill doubtful: Minnesota, New Mexico and New I Lan) p
?him, but their total is insufficient to elect Hughes, unless the Repub
lican nominee gains at least four of California's votes in the spjjt.
Moreover, Wilson is leading in New Mexico. The state is more
than half oounted and give Mr.. Wilson a majority of 6,000.
HUMAN WILCOX SAYS
(U. P. Bofletinj. li a. m.) ?
Now York.?Republican headquarters,-in spite at
issued late last?"that they were about to concede
Wils^p"?still refuse to <
i WSncoxataduneeat^/'Uist V
count in California, New Mexico, Nsw Hampshire,
and Minnesota. Willcox's contention, is tlutt (jhe' A
are entitled to know beyond question: a* tstUir
isire to have a man in the
I?k, S p. m.?rhairmsc. Wdksi this sftflrnooWfamed the
; Wat omen t: "The result Aqpand? *poa a few slcee state?,
sip* the returns are still radBctal. It is cauwn experience that
4m sfciaf count often changes (h? result."
(U.'r. Bulletin, l:SO pjm.)
"Sew 'York.?Republican headquarters concede nothing. A oofrj
scheduled this afternoon to disease recount demands. .
SENATE WILL BE DEM0CRM1C WHILE
IKE HOUSE LEANS TOWARD REPUBLICANS
(U. P. Bulletin, 11 a. m.) <
New York.-?Incomplete returns indicate that Wilson will have a
k safe majority in the Senate. The rane foiv control of the House to*
jp?pecdingly close. -There is a possibility of fojjr it five repreeeflta
tiv?i from the minor parties holding the Jjalsn'ce of power. OSrf> rrp
mssntatlve from each of the following fifties is sppargntfy><3eoted:
, Progressive, Prohibition, Social is* anil Independent 'Prprtction.
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HATlRDAJt !?0V. lit*?
OFFICIAL VOTE IN
" ' f, '
Fur President: ' *> j
'Wilson. . .... .^j 19|7
i Hushes. ..... . -. . . . 1?4
Benson ft . . ? y ..... ,
Llaney. . ...'./. lJ^S
Small v. 1841
Jones .. . . * 1J40
Hot Stat? Senata:
Warren .. .. .. .. 195?
: Davenport .. .. ... .. .. 1953
Martin.. . . .. . . 1262
'i?errr .. 1254
Butt .. ..v." 1891
?' Panl ...... .. ... . .. i2M
Socialist : .. . . SO
For Register of Deeds:
ttumley .. .. .. .. jodo
Latham .. . . ? 1256
Wtndlf.y .. 1891
Mis on .. .. .^^,1916
Ross .". i. 1938
f Tutor .... 1293
ftopklns . 12 51
l^r tooatjr ConimlMioners: <
Aycock It IS
Swindell .... 18M
' Wl)IUoy .. i . . 1M?
K born . . .. .., "f
Down*. . 119H
Ciiapln. . .. v.'.. ?? 1174
B*wU.. a 1170
Cooper .. .... 1*??
Coast! txrtianal Amendments:
^llt' ? For e a .. .. ^ 1
1W?Against .... ....
*frtl?For.. . . . ? M44
3rd?Agslnst. . .. 3*4
1 4th?For. 1343
4th?Against. . ??#
m. W.D. GRIMES HOSTESS
' TO THE ADMSCO CLUB
A delightful meeting was hold by
the Addisco Club at the home of Mr.
ond Mr?. W. D. Grimes on Thursday
efternoon. The fnombers were given
I a cord I a] greeting by the hostess and
Invited Into the living room which
"was lovely In lja decoration of au
tumn leave? and chrysanthemums.
In addition to the regular members
the following visitors added to the
pleasure of the meeting: Mrs. Bock
v/lth, Mrs. Dupuy, Miss Sallle Myers
?nd Miss Russell.
the paper for the afternoon. "Lire
la Braill." by Mrs. Herbert Bonner,
was enjoyed by all and proved too
short for the listeners.
A delicious salad course was sorv
rd, while the guest* enjoyed the
beautlftfl vl?'\ on one aide, a vista
of bright hued tree? In all their au
tumnal glory reflecting the brilliant
rays of the setting sun', and on the
other the trees of softer tints lighted
up by the mellow glow of the hunters
I moon. All lingered after adjourn
ment loath to end such a eh arming
The following boat? ar? tn harbor
today: V?nus from Belharen: Pottle
from gladesrlUe; Cherlbum from'
Baltimore; Ma Vara from Swan
Quarter; Vsrlna from rail Canal;
Anna Wabab from Oeracoke; Depen
dent from Bath.
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Important Fir? Notice.
Owing to the celebration tonight,
the are bell and whistle win be cut
out from 6 p. m. until 6 a. m. In
ca?e of Are the alarm must be sent
In to th? lire station by telephone
?nd sounded from there. *
O. M. WINIMBLD.
Chief PMre Dept
TO TWB OAFLT HirWR
*t'li FOR WILSON, AIN'T YOU."
By Zoph Pott?, Jr., age 12 years j
it; the man for me,
the North Pole to the Zmjerieei
Is for War, Wilton for Peace,
ahould have an eight-year -lease,
for Wilson, ain't you!
is elected thqre'Jl be mnch sorrow,
send us doVB in Mexico tomorrow,
is the best man, that's a cinch,
give Hughes a good size pinch,
for Wilson, ain't yon t
l it the greatest of them aj^,
Be Ifor big or be they, small.
Fowamore years of coAtwtta>?i|^nd j07,
i What tioklea this little boy.
for Wilaon, ain't you?
mil WILL HOLD
Oil KfflNNV H
A monster celebration will be held in Washington on Monday
night, beginning s at 7:30. A meeting was held at the city hall Ht
noon today and plan? for th^big event were mada It is planned
to have a torchlight parade, public jpfekiiftg and other attractions.
Mr. Small ^jge^aa at the pkoetiog. The following
ifrftie? wfo'apTpfrmtaffo aHenJTto all details: John Small, chairman,
Qeorge Hackney, Jr., Carl Goereh, F. S. Worthy, Ikfr. Radcliffe,
George Hill, A. C. Cave, Joe Tayloe, E. A. Daniel, C. A. Flynn,
.&L Archbell, IT. C. Carter, Jr., William Chaunoey and ?. L.
It j* planned to advertise the celebration extensively today and to
morrow and it is expected that many will come to town Monday
night from the nmd districts, as weH as from Greenville, Willian*
ston and other points outside of the ooontjr. *
Several hundred copies of ap ex
tra edition of the Dally News vere
In circulation on the street* of the
city at 6:80 o'clock this morning,
and announced to the dtliena of
Washington the fact that Wood row
Wilson had been re-elected president
of the Upi ted States. The extras
were In-great demand as they gave
out the first detailed information re
garding the latest outcome In the
doubtful states. The United Press
bulletins will be continued by the
Dally News this evening. *&e 4
HIGH COST KEEPS OP
EVEN TO GRAVEYARD
(By United Pre?*)
Buenos Aire?. Oct. S1.?-<?y Mall)
?The leasing of graves being, to a
considerable extent, the eastom In
Buenos Aires .the municipal Inten
dente has published n notire warning
the relatlvee of tenants fa 41? local
cemeteries thst rents ?H due and
that those who fall t? secure renew
sis within tO days will be evicted.
The lsteadeate adds thai victims
of the evictions will be deposited la
the chsrnel honse. or. less elegantly
expressed, the genersl boneysrd
The 10 days is now shout up A
good deal of the rent has bssn psld
but there la slss s good-slied list of
delinquent*. Their ejeatlsa from
their graves Is expected te . begin
Mrs. Dr.Thos Potter of Aurora.|
Is visiting friends here
0. MY ClUB MEETS
WITH HIS. h. H. DUMAY
I One of the most delightful meet
ing* of th* O. Henry Book Club this
/all was held yesterday afternoon
^hen the club waa entertained by
Mrs. A. M. Dumay at her handsome
hdme on We?t Main street.
The meeting was ?resided over by
the president. Mrs. A. G. Hathaway.
The subject was, "The Original Colo
nies." NewaJjpnM W<to4 given In the
form of ^rf^lnal letters written dur
ing the early colonial period.
Th6 paper of the afternoon was
read by Mrs, A. C. Hathaway and
had to do with the general condi
tions during the colonial period. It
was eeellently prepared and most In
teresting. Miss L. T. Rodman, hon
orary prealdent or the club, also tHad
sn Interesting selection ^ eoloaial
Following the business session,
Ufa. Dumay Invited the guests Into
her attractive sun parlor, overlook
ing the Pamlico, where a delicious i
salad course waa served. The hos- !
tess waa aaalsted In serving by her |
grandson Dumay Oorham. The guests
lingered for some'time, thoroughly
enjoying the beautirul view from the
sun parlor and loath to leave their
TO HAVE CHRISTMAS Hill
Th? Lad 1m Aid flocl^ of the
Pirat Baptist church ar? planning to
havto a Chrlatm?? Pair th? first W?n*k
la Doo?aib?r foiv the b?n?flt of tb?
n?w oh arch which I? now undor con
strvetlon. Thin fair If to b? h?ld at
th? Pint Baptist church and prom
Im to h? ??ry tnt?rtalnlnc u w?H
A m on? Dom who att?nd?d th?
rw Bora fair r??iorday from Waah
(hfton w?r?: Mr. a?d Mra. Jo* Bock
Mm. Jobs H. miford aad Mra.
LATEST FROM CALIFORNIA
SHOWS WILSON LEADS WITH
MAJORITY OF 3893 VOTES
(U. P. Bulletin, 11 u. m.)
San Francisco.?Complete return* from nil but thirty-three pre
cinct? out ??* " -rVvinatA, show Wilson leu.! in? bv These
&?- C#*9' van not change the result.
(U. P. Bulletin, 2 p. ra.)
<au Francisco.?Twenty-eight precincts mining; Wilson leads
with 3893. The reduction is caused by a correcti?-n bv the clerk of
Iiumbolt county. The revision will not change the results in thia
HUGHES HAS BIG HAD IN WEST VIRGINIA
(L\ P. Bulletin, II a. ni.) m
Wheeling, W. Va.?With 131 pro? i net* miutit^. Flushes is load
ing by more than 3,000.
Concord, N. II.?State is still doubtful.
WOMAN, RUNNING FOR CONGRESS, HAS LEAD
OVER HER MALE REPUBLICAN OOPONENf
(U. P. Bulletin, 1 p. m.J
Missoula, Moat-?Alia? Jennctt** Ran km: RapnWican, holds a com
manding lfcad ovci* Harry B. Mitchell, her Democratic opponent, for
the Hon so of Representative?. If elected, she will be the first skirted
legislator in the history of the country. T'nclo Joe ^gnaon, the'
sage of long cigars and food storiea, Champ Clark, Clatide Kitchin,
Nick Longworth, son-in-law of Roosevelt, and Republican Leader
Mann have all been re-elected.
HUGHES LEADS MINNESOTA
WITH A MAJORITY OE1000
St. Paul, 2 p. m.?The* soldier vote will probably Iodide the elec
tion Hughes is leading Minnesota with 1,000 votes. 1J1 precincts
arc still missing.
TEACHERS TO MEET
The first meeting of the Beaufort
County Teachers Association will be
held In Washington at the Oraded
School Building Saturday, Not. 11.
A good many of the schools are al
ready In session and the others will
open Mondsy, the 13th. Notices have
been mailed out to all the teachers
and a largo attendance Is expected.
Some member of the faculty of the
Training School will be present and
probably Prof. Sams of the State De
partment of Education. Arrange
ments have Wfeen made whereby we
will have the assistance of Nome one
of the teaching force of the Training
School at each one of our meetings
this year. We believe that more ef
fective work can be done with the
teachers In small groups snd for (his
purpose the teachers will be aaked to
organise themselves into township
bodies for the study of the work out
lined In the Reading Circle. There
will probably be one more general
meeting for all teachers next spring.
At these meetings we are glad 10
have committeemen and patrons
present and they are cordially Invit
ed. W. O. PRIVBTTE.
SMALL BOYS HAVE CHANCR
FOR GROWING RICH FAST
In order to make torches, the
committee. In chargs of preparations
for Washington's btg politics! cele
bration next Monday night. Mrs ad
vertising for ?0? empty tomato cans.
The (Us must ht la good condition.
Thsjr are to be Ieft at the Dally
The second district Odd Fellow?'
semi-annual merlin?:, which was held
here yesterday' trlth Phalanx Lodge
No. 10. concluded l?M night. The
meeting wns highly surcesaful In ev
ery way. about 75 delegates being fr?
The spring meeting will be held
with Bayvlew lodge, N*'23S at Swan
Adrartta? In ttaa Dally Naw*.
"THK ?RTP OF K VIL"
Two roe! nerUl
Trlangl? Koyntone Corned?
??HIH RKF.AD AMD BUTTER"
ADMramoK ar m?
Silo? atarta ?1 ?:4S .harp
dni/ M 4 ?. m.
xmdon U douhtfjil.?* toi|ke remit* of the presidential
it United Stat??. "to* ?V i* anxiowly ?waiting final
)?)on thongtt it know Weineeda.r morning when BouWr.
M Hi?W elision. Bttt todajf? Heater1. flph
son?' plitfion in equalty-oeciilre (Arm*. 80 the Eren
be perfeotlr fair, reproduced both of die Teutar <U?h?>
?d, "RETJTE7R8 SAYS fiOTtt ARE ELECTED."
||.AK ^' Id u interested iX 'tk ntiVfcli?r?bl? degree.