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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
WILSON SHOWS NO ELATION
GOVFRNOR ELECT AND WIFE.
OVER HIS VICTORY, CALLS IT
TRIUMPH OF GREf
President-Elect Weighed Down by
Solemn Thought of Responsibility
Until Relief Comes With 4,000
Cheering Prince tonians.
un oat an a bJr
raalv to a question as to
on the "day after," (Joy.
(Special Despatch to The Kvenlng World.)
m.ritTiiri, N. J., Nov. . "I can't I of that oharaoter. I
all"-! that It's true." trtgarer
Wooilrow Wllsnn, Presldent-elet. thus
7reti1 forenoon vlaltori to-day. who
warmrd to Ms house to oftar congrat
ulations Among thara were many
memh.rs of the Princeton faculty.
"I can' realise that If true," r
petted the Uovernor, "It hasn't quite
dawned on ma. I had been In an lm
Paitnnal armnphr: for th last thraa
months, reading about mya.lf, reading
that t u to be olected, and now I can
hardly Battava that It's true."
Standing In th aiudto of his residence
at No. S, Cleveland l.anc. Mr. Wllr.on.
at'lrd in lha same cray unit which ha
wore, yesterday, whan he cut hie
"Straight nemocrntlr'" vote, reoelved
the newspaper men pleaanntly. Ha chat
tad Willi Ihem severel momenta on auh
Jects foreign to the whirl of polltlce, hie
apectscles poised In Ml right hand. The
warm reye of the noon aim. strugarllnaT
through cloud riflings, apread over the
brown rug and played about the future
chief executives ahouldena. the wblla he
awaited completion of the typewriting
.if m m t i t i i r. . u, . t Ink V. . . t. . I I i ......
abort whil. .,.nud. ,n a VICTORY DOES NOT
Before the giving out of hie statement, GOV. WILSON
r. awn wvneai or nunoraoa or ine earning event of the day and
leiegrams. wnicn ley upon the large night previous had failed to ruffle Gov
centre table, rney were from all parte Wilson's characteristic calm
ol the United States, but were merely Grateful for but not unperturbed by
the forerunner of thousands of others, the great honor which the American
which arc dogging 'he wires between people had put upon htm, triumph
hero and New York and points far West made no changes In his demeanor. In-
and South. etead. It seemed It had only Intensified
The President-elect seemed moat hl determination, avowed throughout
pleaaed by the message of enngratu- Ms campaign and reiterated In a solemn
la Hon sent by Theodore Roosevelt ana ,alk late lat night to 4,000 ohrerln
President Taft To these he sent the 'tudenta and PrlncetonJans, to give, in
following replies: o far as llee within bis power, to the
"lion. Theodore Roosevelt. American people an administration that
"Oyster bay. N. V. will embody all he has promised them
"My sincere thanks for your kind nd mor-
message. Pray accent my cordial gnnd Breakfaat over. Mr. Wilson retired to
wishes. tils study to read and answer the Hood
"WOOKROW WILSON." of congratulatory message that had
"President Taft. I Jura ,n during the night and early
morning long alter Jack Mendelsohn,
key veteran of many a campaign, had
received "80" on the private wire In
stalled In the Wilson residence.
There Is to-day in Princeton but on
spot wherein reigns complete unlet.
CONGRATULATIONS FROM WILL- wherein exultation has no place, and that
spot Is the homo of the next chief ex
1 ecullve of the Nation and hie familv
"Sleepy. I usually get to bed earlier
than I dM last night."
The Governor rose at 10 o'clock,
earlier than expected. His breakfaat
was Interrupted by a constant stream of
congratulatory massages and the ar
rival of a huge cake tent from New
York by Henry N. Morgenthau,. Chair
man of the Democratic National Fi
nance Committee. On top of the eake
was a horseshoe on which was inscribed
"Greeting to the twenty-seventh Presi
dent." There was also a miniature
White House, over which floated an
American flag bearing a portrait of the
Mrs. Wilson and her daughters as
sisted the Governor In receiving callers.
Among the first to arrive was Charles
W. McAlpln. Secretary of Princeton
University. Another caller was Sellg
Deutsohman of Han Antonio. Tx., who
bears a striking resemblance to Col.
Roosevelt. He had been stumping In
the Bast for the Governor and Is now
on hi way home.
VICTORY DOES NOT ELAVE
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"Washington, D. C
"I warmly appreciate your kind ;
message and wish to express my sin
cere personal regard.
I AM JENNINGS BRYAN
from William Jennings Hryan came
he following telegram this morning:
"I am glad to report that you have car-
tied my State, the City Ot Lincoln and I
Key precinct. Your success here adds to
If enjoyment of your national victory."
I To this Mr. Wllnoii sent a character- j
Senator Thomas P. CJore telegraphed i
from Oklahoma City. Ok la., as follows:
"I congratulate you and I congratulate j
the countrv. We must prove that the I
Democracy deserves this vote of con
fidence, thlfl splendid triumph."
From Martin S Glynn, at Albany, the
ffresldent-elect got this message: "Con-
grt nations You have led the Dernjpc- j
. fmcy back into its own."
Senator I.uke Lea of Tennessee sent
(ram Neehvllie this telegram: "Accept
my heartiest congratulations upon the
practically unanimous expression of con
fidence In you by the American people."
Newton It Hanker, Mayor of Cleve
land, sent this felicitation: "The victory
S largely an expression of confidence
In you personally. 8tirly my own satis
faction la your triumph Is unbounded,
s I know how well justified Is the pub
Oscar S. Straits, defeated Progressive
candidate for the tjovernorshlri of New
York, sent from New York the follow
"President Fleet: "I congratulate you
upon vour election and wish you the
I fullest meamire of auccee throughout
The following rableexam was re
calved from the Philippine Assembly
this noon I
"Mam!.. Nov (. 1913.
'To Hon. Wood row Wilson, Prince
ton, N. J.
"The Philippine Assembly has un
anlmouedv and heartily edoptexl to
day a resolution conveying to you Its
congratulation a well as those of
th I'bi 1 . nines upon your sucoase in
th election for the office of presi
dent of the United States, and ex
pressing It bop and confidence that
your sd ml n letr t Ion will redeem the
pled" df the American people to I
recoittilce Philippine Independence In
accordance with the reiterated peti
tion Of the Philippine Assembly
Another cablegram from Osmena
congratulated Mr. Wilson on his elec
tion is behalf of tha Nationalist
CAKE SENT "GOVTRNOR
Gov. w tlon received the following
meesage this morning from President
Hlblen of Princeton: "In the name of
Princeton University, I extend to you
the oongra.ulauons and best wishes
of your Al.na Mater upon your election
to the Presidency of the United
When the lcerruvn arrived at the Wil
son home this morning he waved a
baud at an upstairs window, where he
thought the Governor was quartered,
and should "Congratulations' Con
gratulations!" Miss Jeasle Wilson flung open a win
dow and answered hi greeting.
"Isn't It fine!" she orted. "Isn't It
"1 feel no sense of elation over my
election to the Presidency or the United
fltates; rather I am saddened by the
great responsibilities that have been
placed upon me."
VOTE IN CONGRESS.
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Twelfth t.'ongi esslonaJ I ustn.it, received
The Kleventh District comprises tha
lower portion of Manhattan and the en
tire licrough of Richmond, all of which
ere Included in the above figure.
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The Ninth District oumprt.-es
southern se-4lon ot Brooklyn and a por-
BY 1 tlon of Queens. Hoth are included in the
vl'lllistn 1. MoUomb.i. Chalrmin of1 ? J9'j nt'Dt' ViTK'V
th Uemocratlc National Committee,
arrived In Princeton from Now York I
this afternoon. He wu closeted with I
Mr. Wilson for some time.
Mr Wilson alJ. this noon, that he
had not furml anv deftnue pUjus 'or
th n.ar futura
"I will be here the rest of the week,"
Ike said, "but ftfpsji that I bvw made
Akel If he woul) -.ill a special see
ion of CVmgruss, to meet Immediately
aflai M.i'o.i 4. Gov Wllaon ajald:
"I iukv givuu no uUucejMt V
T. H ACCEPTS VERDICT
WITH GOOD HUMOR AND
Welcomes Relief From the Strenuous
Campaign, but Declares That the
Progressive Cause Itself Must
BY LINDSAY DEM SON.
(tag Oorreepoadeat of The STSBlag World.)
OYHTKH HAY, N. Y , Nov. . Theodore RooMTglt was up and out tor
a brisk walk on Sagamore Hill at hla usual early hour of 7 o'clock to-day,
looking fit and feeling Ilk a Hull Mooaw, to new tha dmll of bit own wtaleh
gave mm nis nom ae guerre. Me nan aa heavy and active a day ahead of
him as any during the middle ot hla campaign. After a hearty breakfaat ha
leiepnonen to hli aerretary. young Mr MacOrath. to bring up hla mall
There waa more thnn a huahel of lefteni and a peck or eo of telegTama
nwaillng delivery to the Colonel, all of which Mr. Rooeeveit and hla eecre-
tary waded through and replied to after (he usual succinct and thorough T.
PRESIDENTIAL VOTE AS CAST BY STATES
ffaTER. tsUmalrd Popnlar Vote.
D Taft B'velt, Wilson,
Rep. R. M. Pen.
A,- 8,600 18,00 80,000
r,fc 6,000 7,000 10,000
Ark. M.000 46,000 t,000
CaL 106,000 116,000
CoL 76,000 80,000 100,000
Cna. 06,071 t3'M4 7I.N80
' 12,000 11,000 91,000
Na. 12,000 8,000 86,000
flV t6,000 26,000 00,000
Idaho. 60,(NN) 10,000 20,000
Illinois. (00,000 476,000 460,000
lad. 176,000 190,000 280,000
Iowa. 110,000 170,000 170,000
Kansas. 76,000 109,000 100,000
ly. 160,000 96,000 246,000
la. 4,000 10,000 06,000
Main. 26,000 48,000 60,000
Ml .41111 "'2,497 0.72
nana. 168,746 140.071 170.983
Mich. 03,000 128,000 96,000
Minn. 106,000 100,000 126,000
Milt. 6,000 2,000 40,000
Mo. 160,000 226,000 126,000
Xon. 27,1)00 16,000 38,001)
Neb. 38,000 96,000 116,000
Nov. 6,000 7.000 10,000
. U. 23,000 18,000 24 '000
N. J. 80,0041 160,000 220,000
N. Mei. 16,000 22,000 27,000
N. T. 46A298 871,009 666,789
M. C 40,000 60,000 180,000
N. Dak. 210,000 164,000 800,000
Ohio. 826,000 400,000 476,000
Okla. 100,000 180,000
Oregon. 40,000 60,000 66,000
Penn. 816,000 429V0O0 406,000
R. I. 27,708 10,442 80,197
8. C. 8,000 17,000 64,000
8. Dak. 67,000 82,000
Trim, 68,000 76,000 121,000
Texas. 88,000 6,000 199,000
Utah. 48,000 22,000 88,000
VU 23,247 22,828 V,jm
Va. 88,000 88.000 78,000
Wash. 60,000 180,000 170,000
W. Va. 66,000 90,000 120,000
Wis. 190,000 60,000 910,000
Wyo. 16,000 4,600 16,800
Taft, B'velt, Wlltaa,
Rep. U. M. Hem.
Wibwo Taft )(.. ell
lie in Hell. I'ef,
.Vi'.i 1L'22 1281
3411 765 IS.' 4
22 734 1392
5041 1131 1304
13.V) 1704 11711
4407 1179 1607
2212 lis I 2319
3X94 171 1417
2218 1236 2194
6126 1110 Wit
I'M 916 126H
MM 1042 1697
4644 170S I2C4
(iOJ M79 2011
4147 1186 1419
4902 2440 121s
39811 1178 1720
7045 3170 4788
4088 1068 1586
4843 2439 4S06
3999 1077 1941
4265 5134 8901
3001 829 135
1727 2219 2060
Ml 1174 1141
3327 n in
234.7 874 1665
43 2573 2689
5878 2036 3779
3914 2141 4931
. 11008 HUM 727
6142 11154 1410
93i 32iil 7171
8547 3416 5207
164249 63061 339 18
U I hi going te aay for pohMeaBaa
except the fallowing statemeat Are
you ready T"
In the gloom under the shadowy tie da
of bears, foxes, deer, lynx and that
possible moo, twelve heart nodded
Th precise resonant vole began
again, Interrupting the eentencee with
harp .11 reel Ion. as to punctuattpas to
make sure they would all s alike.
"The American people by a great plu
rality have daolded In favor ot Mr.
Wllaon aad th Deenooratle parly.
"Uke all other good cltlsens. I aeoept
the results wltai enllr giaaa l.unwr and
nontentnvent A for th Progressive
reus. I nan only repeat what I taava
aalil so many teniae:
"The leader for th hVme being l af
little cooeeayueooa. but th caua Itaaif
rmiaj triumph, for Its triumph la es
sential to Sh wUbkag of the Amerlear
When h fl nestled h laughed quietly,
far a moment. ay4ng: "That's an."
At about the trm when T. ft. wa
certain that Mr. Wllaon wa eleoted aad
that th vevlaatlng glssard iad Sjsaja
ripped oat off th late Republican faarty.
a young reporter went up to SagesaaTS
Hill Aa aoon a hi feat oruaiaed a
the walk, T. R. himlf twunrwd oat a
the oomh Into th sTkUw of eh eeae
overhead light and ehouted "Hallo,
ator." When T. R. aaw that
waa not a aenatov, to as
he wa an going to talk to
about anything uatu h knew
thing about .vwrtMt " No on
aevest UKt aagelt
heap ceaaSac to
1,919 I said.
BOBOtTQM Or QUMSra.
HOW THE STATES WILL VOTE
IN THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE
Tat I ll'i aa-1
r" I iell Ifioul
TOTALS 9Y BOROUGHS.
WUauu. Talt. lloiaafrlt.
312,628 127,039 188.V10
LIN(X)1,N. Neb.. Nov. ti.
POLLED IN CITY
The total vote polled In the city by
Debs, Socialist candidate for l'resldent,
was us follow:
Manhatlun and Bronx 18,122
Queen 8, 4n
Connecticut . 7
Louisiana. . . 10
Maryland ... 8
Michigan. . .
Minnesota. . ' 12
, Montana 4
New York.. .
N. Dakota. . .
Oklahoma. . .
S. Dakota. .
Vermont. . .
1 1,. uic
returns were far from complete, it was
almost certain to-day that Wilson's
plurality In Nehrask wilt reach 35.000.
More-head, Democrat, lias been elected
Governor by 10,000 and Morris. Repuhll-.Mi-l'roKTrsslve,
probably lias a email
margin .aver A. C. HhallonlierKer, Demo
crat, for United Wales Senator.
The First, .Second, Third and Klfth
ConSreOlionsI Districts' have elected
Democratic I'onKressmen In the Fourth
and Sixth Dlst riots the result Is In
doubt. Th IetrlBlatiire is rieinocratlo.
BaVaTTLBi Nov. I Returns from 44
preclnrta out oif 1.903 in the State of
WashlnsSxm :v Itoosevelt, 24,111; Wil
son. H.SU; Taft, 14,704.
The i 'i.lonei had nothing to add to
his hrlef messnse to the people ut
tered by him at an early hour last
night. He would see th newapsper
representatives later In the day and
decide then If he had anything tn add
tn Ms massage of congratulation to his
The Bull Moose candidate shut him
self In with a few relatives at I o'clock
last svenlng for hi dinner and the
At 7.10 the bulletins vent by Senator
Dixon from th Manhattan Hotel tn the
.it v and relayed from th telephone tn
the pantry by the faithful Jamea, the
West Indian miller and body servant,
made It perfectly plain that not by the
wildest realisation of the dreams of the
moot hopeful of the party (and all felt
that those dreams were not Theodore
Itooseyalt') could he be eleoted I'real
The TSmlen Roosevelts and the
Merrlta, the first cousins, wsnt home
at a little atter I o'clock. ThU loft
with Mr. Roosevelt only hla wife and
At one Col. Roosevelt sent Mile dis
patch: "OTOTBS BAT, OT. V Wood
row Wilson, Frtaoetoa, T. 3.
"Tha Amerloaa people by a great
plurality have eoaf erred apoa yom
ths hlgnast honor la taalr gift,
t eoagratnlate yea thereoa."
"TM afODOatH mOOa1TI.T.',
A few minutes later the Colonel went
to the telephone and called young Mr.
MeOrath, on of his secretaries at the
octagon Hotel hi Oyster Bay, four mils
"Tell the four press assodstlon rep
resentatives I'd like to see them," lie
"Are there any other nesrepaper
men there? Twelve? UrarloUSI aa
them all to corns up at U o'clock."
WIFE AND DAUGHTER PASSED
So twelve men, carefully non-committal
In features and bearing, rolled
up to the door of Col. Roosevelt's home
on Saxamure Hill at exactly II o'cloek.
The door opened, a colored man waved
them solemnly In the office-library to
th left of the hall, and each one,
like a hero before the death of the
Jabberwock "there for a while In ufflsh
thought they stood." Not ons of them
knew what was coming. Was It a
roaring shout of chsatery. robbery and
thuggery? Was It a groan of remorse,
v. s It a shout of triumphant victory?
Rome stood on ons foot, others stood
on the other. Few. If any, stood on
There aero sounds of eager voices,
men's and women's, outside. Then cam
the sharply chopped vote of T. R.
in Its warmest family tones, apparently
1 putting Into words the terms of a family
"All right." he said. "I'll Just say
thst and nothing more."
A moment later and with a cheerful,
though not Jubilant smile on his faoe,
an entirely normal T. R. whirled from
the hall Into the rooni, catching each
man by the hand, exceedingly glad they
were there, so clad to see them once
more, old man. He was In hJs Mg arm
chair In front of his desk near the
triple bay window almost as soon sa
he wss through the door.
The room was dim, lighted only by
the double lamp on the desk, light
green shaded and the light from the
hall, gueer game skulls, and If the
shadowy light told the truth, one of
them, a grinning face of a bull mooee,
looked down out of the shadows above
the rows of hooks.
"Now, old friend." hs said, 'I'm
really glad to see you all "
Twelve pads of paper were balarioed
on twelve knees In the gloom under
ACCEPT DEFEAT WITH CON
TENT, BUT CAUSE GOES ON.
"First of all." said the Colonel, "please
take d..wn this." He dictated
memory the message to Wood row Wil
son. He bit off the words without the
"Highest honor In their gift. I con
sent (Make a period after gift, please,
a period, all right) ('ongratulat you
thereon (period, all right, period) then
".Vow, gentlemen, that Is absolutely
throaisth a window.
thing he said. oouM
the on no hastens
1. T. R. I tint ssd.
I T. R fear several scraps taft ta I
1 T. R. knew what he went out
to so, and has seen th earn.
N ASHVTLlaK, Tenn., Nov, t -Praetl
cHy complete returns from half tha
ntnetr-elx counties at Tennessee aad
consas aatlve estimates from tha re
mainder indicate the re-election of
Hooper, Republican, over MoM lilts.
Dam., by f..ooo to 10,000 plurality.
Th Iglslsture 1s believed to be op
posed to former Oov. Patterson lor
ITnKed State Senator. Wilson's ma
jority b laravA
YOU EAT BETTER
YOU SLEEP BETTER
YOU FEEL BETTl
Totals. ... 415 12 ,104
When You Use
Wilson's majority 311
Don't Forget Those Red Croat
injaruus, Sy iSS gjaj :At'
hundred an 1 three
In the Si, a. ouLHI
United sitaes Ssnstoi
' DstllOl rat, l.tat; T, K.
6. -one , Heap (Ineumbsnt), i.69d
out of 472 I Congrs.at-Lerfls:
ntti! give K, mil
; J B Kendrlck.
mi ia "lain uuw-ie." v n.fniM a", i itanuoiicajl iineuniriern
WUSOJi, eVWl. 'Wh hW essvtii. it. 1 -'.UN. tXBHWH. U
The Sweet Chocolate Family Remedy
Kx-Lax keeps the system cleor and free from impurities.
Kx-Lax regulates the liver aad bowels, makes pure blood.
Ex-Lax prevents as well ns relieves constipation.
Lx-LiiX :u l s gently aud naturally uo griping, no bud effects.
Htjr a a Cent Box To-4ay A AU DniflgttU
First Reduction Sale
f An adjustment of styles, following the election and the
sW settling of business on en even keel. Choicest Cost
and Suit models of the season, in lots most broken
VI because they have been most popular, sacrificed in
Thursday's great sale to clear up assortments at prices
which represent half, or less than half their value.
$1-7.50 $20 & 22 30
Suits and Coats
c.wc V f m J
Thursday JL. J
Models, Sizes and Colors to Suit Every Taste
and Every Style of Figure
THE SUITS :
$20.00 Diagonal Cutaway Suits ". . 777M
$17.50 Two-tone Cheviot Suits $10
$22.50 Hussar Jacket Suits $10
$17.50 Three-Charter Coat Suits $10
$22.50 French Tailleur Suits $10
$20.00 English Hacking Suits $10
THE LONG COATS:
$20.00 English Chinchilla Coats. . . . . . . .. V. .. .$10
$17.50 Brighton Zibeline Coats $10
$22.50 Sweeping Broadcloth Coats $10
$17.50 Fashionable Johnny Coat $10
$22.50 French Boucle Coats $10
$17.50 Two-tone Chevron Coats $10
$20.00 Rich "Mixture Coats $10
Though these coats and suits are so greatly reduced, our
custom of giving free alterations will not be suspended.
None Sent C. 0. D. No Telephone Orders.
SALE AT ALL FOUR STORES
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l F JBST Jfr r 460462 rultonSfraalJ
1 mmmmm Market cor l2fHStrat L
jj Vlarqe STORES HUUDOJWa j
25 West 38th St., Near Fifth Ave.
Will offer an exceptionally large assortment of
Coats and Wraps
At the following moderate prices
Ready to wear, made to cacaiure or altered to at without sddiial es
Street and Motor Coats
Di.itfuiials, mixtures Slid reversible cloths Bluck and
colors. Lined and unlitied. Values up to WJ.SO
Afternoon and Dress Coats
Uruukloth. tweed, chinchilla, with and without fur
collars. Satin lined. Values up to S45.00
Reception and Evening Wraps
Fine velveteen and charnieuse with fox fur. Persian
clcth and velvet. Values up to $105.00
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