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! extra i' - V '.. t; ? - :' ' '.,.:.iv ift. ",. , Ok FOftf W&MM THE SLOGAN - " FORT WYNE WITH MIGHT, AND MAIN EXTRA FOUNtoEDfSIE"', (NEWS OF THE WORLD) WEDNESDAY MORNING," NOVEMBER 8. 1916! 1 8 PAGES. (BY ASSOCIATED PRESS) PRICE TWO CENTS. PRESIDENT WIL RENAMED 3 $ $ & S! & & SI SS 3 J3 J2 H;:ll': NEV YORK, Nov. 8. At 4i45 o clock tkis motiung the returns, while still incomplete, ma de Vilson reasonably ) certain, of 232 votes in the electoral college and seemed to give Hughes 218. There were 81 votes still in doubt, 266! being required for an election. These states were counted for Wilsbn: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, IU6ntiug Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Norm Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Virginiatotal 232. For Hughes these vei, claimed: Connecticut, Delaw.are, Illinois, Iowa, Maine; Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Penn sylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Wisconsin and Wyoming, total 218. At 5:13 a. m returns frpHai Cheyenne, took Wyoming from the Hughes listand placed its three electoral votes in the doubtful column, Wilson leadinjfry, These states were in doubt: California, Idaho, Ind. Kansas., Minnesota, N. Hampshire, N. Mexico Oregon, Washington and V. Virginiatotal V8JL From the doubtful states the return's - were coining in slowly, and there Vwerc indications that the result would not be known before noon. The chair - - men of the republican and democratic committees both claimed victory fdif their respective candidates. The - republicans seemed to have the best; proir pects in Indiana, Minnesota, - Oregon and West Virginia. In the others states listed as doubtful, except California, the democrats appeared to be lea. ') iW. At this hour the republicans had not overcome the democratic: majority in the house of 'representatives' nor in the senate. ith about bail hundred congressional districts still to be heard from, the democrats had made a net gain of eight members in the house, but late returns from New - I ork indicated that two or these might be reversed. SLOWLY BUT SURELY WILS0N GAINS ARE CUTTING INTO LEAD BUILT UP BY REPUBLICAN RIVAL IN EARLY REPORTS FROM EASTERN AND CENTRAL STATES. CLAIMING - SUFFIdlENT ELEOTORA&VOTllS Majority' of Two Vojes for President In the College Is Confix dent Prediction of His Henchmen; the Solid South Is Remaining Loyal. BULLETIN NEW YORK,' Nov. 8. Vance, McCormick, chairman of the democratic national 'committee, ga,ve put the following statement at 5 :20 o'clock .this' morning: I I I RTURNEp.BY TH'aKFUL PEOPLE) iHnM i 'PP!!' iSfk f - lB Miil vM A rrsfcf? HiLiB'wA' i ,'KmMiaEaii!m.tn sr wmK2mmjBm mi. FAIRFIELD ELECTE0 TO CONGRESS OVER on, i REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE CARRIES FOUR AND MAY TAKi FIVE OF, THE SIX COUNTIES OF THE DISTRICT;: V' , CLINE WINS WhJITLEY BY 200. ' '; ff) r'' ' - ji t ADAIR LOSES DISTRIOO: BI THOUSAii Glenn Van Auk en's Majority of 500 : In DeKalb County A$9tit' nis tiecuon uver wiuianr t.. tsowers pi Alien ; - k. County by Substantial Plurality. W Betums received at three o'clock thb; morning assure the ,, fkettoQt Professor , Louis W. Fairfield to ;congressoyer haV' opponent, Lyrus unne. ainieias majority win De, at leaac. 1,000. Cline and Fairfield had a close race in DeKalb county and leaders.ini both parties were claiming the county. , Professor Fairfield has carried four of the counties of the; district and . possibly five. His maj ority ' in Steuben, his hone county, will reach 1,400 J in Lagrange, .450, and in Noble, 200,f Cline has carried Whitley county by about 200. .. .v Latest returns show that Adair haa lost the district brK

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  1. The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette,
  2. 08 Nov 1916, Wed,
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