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YouV ou LXVIII X° 22.634.
TAFT AND SHERMAN SWEEP COUNTRY
. HUGHES'S BRILLIANT VICTORY; PLURALITY, 72,903. .
GOVERNOR
VINDICATED
Chanler's Small City Plu
rality Overcome by
Upstate Vote.
Taft and Sherman have carried New York
State by ■ --.- Foar year* aco President
Boose wit's plurality wa? 175.552.
Taft. with ciphty-eight districts missing:, car
ried New York City by 9.378. He had a plu
rality of 21.354 in Brooklyn. Bryan earned
Manhattan and The Bronx by 9.835. Queens by
1.456 and Richmond by 695.
r's pluraury in N'cw York City in 1904
::: He carried Marhattan ar.d The
by 34^700, Queens by 4.055 and Rich
by 182. Boooevclt carried Brooklyn by
Governor Hughes has defeated Lieutenant
Governor Chanler by 75292. His plurality
over Hearst in 1906 was 57,897. The remainder
of the Republican state ticket is elected.
Chanler. with sixty districts missing, has car
ried New York City by 53.771. getting Manhat
tan and The Bronx by 48,035. Kings by 4,080,
and Richmond by 1.510. Hearst's pluralities in
New York City by boroughs in 1906 were as
follows: Manhattan and The Bronx, 63,803;
Kings, 4.575: Queens, 7.945. and Richmond, 783
— a total of 77.111.
rk State Congressional delega
■-.nd: Republicars, 26, Democrats,
11. a= at present.
The state Legislature remains over
•whelmingly Republican. The Senate will di
vide 35 Republicans and 16 Democrats, and
the Assembly 99 Republicans and 51 Demo
crats, giving- I Republican majority on joint
ballot, which . .-■;: e'ect a successor to Senator
Platt.
The Legislature at present is divided as fol
lows: Senate— Republicans, 32; Democrats,
•c Assembly — Republicans. 93: Democrats.
53; independents. 4.
WEMPLE BEATEX.
Racetrack Supporter Loses Political
Head in the 31*t.
fgr Telerraph to Th» TrTbur.'.l
Scherectady. N- T.. Nov. 3.— Senator William
TT "Wernple. -who vct«»d against Governor
Kuzhes's anti-racetrsck gambling bills in d«-
Sance of the loudly I ■!■ r— ml trishes of a great
part of hip constituents, was defeated to-night
; or - c , . -by William A. Gardiner, Demo
crat; In the 31st Plf trict. The campaign -was
HT.dacfd largely on the gambling issu* and its
allied phay*"* of responsibility to the desires of
oSeial constituency. Gardner has apparently
carried the district by ■■•■
Probably no sorer Republican exists in the
state than Mr. Wemple. When he voted against
the Governor's measures he had the assurances
cf the locai political leaders that he would suffer
no harm. But in the last few days they have
Been the light. ■ad th»*y abandoned him to his
fate. V.'<=rrr,» -was elected from the Saratoga-
Schenectady district, but in the reapportlonment
of j.007 he was thrown into a district made up
of Pchenectadv, Schoharie and MontgromTj'
counties, Montgomery being controlled largely
by John Sanford, Racing Commissioner, in def
erence to whose wishes Wemple acted in voting
Continued on fonrth pare.
NEW YORK STATE.
PRESIDENTIAL PLURALITIES
| 1908. H 1904.
_ ! - !i - —
County. I Tart. ! Bryan. ''Hoo*ev»lt. Park»r.
I 1 fi
Albany MM '\ 6.196)
Allegany .... 4.000 .... ! 5.117:
Broome ! 4.2«" il 4,373-
Cattaraugns 3.300J ;! 5.259'
Caynga ... 3.500 i 5,001|
Chautauaua . 10.000 ' 10.596
Chemung .... 1.400 ij 1.641
Chenango ... 2.250) ; 2.577 i
Clinton I.TOOi j 2.338
Columbia.... 600! S 751
Cortland .... 2.500' ! ! 2.573!
IWawar* ... 2.500; f j 1.719
X>utchess .... 2.000 i! 3.4341
Erie 7,000! | 13.057'
Essex ....... 2,9501 : 3.3r,7
Franklin 3.000J :! 3.630!
Fulton —•. 3.000 'I 2,637!
Genesee .— . 2.6"5' | 2,927
Greene ...... 450. i 682!....-...
Hamilton-.. 100 j 33
Herkirner ... 2.460 2.492
Jefferson .... 6.0001....... ! 5.354
Klnr* 21.3601 ! 1.391!
Lewis 1.3001 ! 1.4001
Livingston .. 2.000 2.632
Madison .... 5.350 ....... I 8.537
M0nr0e..... 11.18 34.228
Montgomery 2,400 ........ ! 2.236 :
Nassau 4.850 2.940:
N>w Tork.., MSSJ | 34.709
Niagara 5.500J 3.3311
Oneida 4.2. \ 5,179!
Onondaga ... 10.200| | 12,452!
Ontario 2,600 t 2.901
Orange 4.000 4.34'
Orleans 2.125 2.5251
Oswejro ! 4.25 5.022!
Otsego 1.800 ! 2,045]
Putnam $50 921
Qu^ns 1.4F.:-: 4.055
R^nsselaer .. 3,700 | 5,102
Richmond . 6951 | 182
Rockland 300 37!
EN Lawrence. * ■•• ! 9,4761
Saratoga ...J l.? Oft i M 3.397,'
Eoh^nertadv . 2.5001 ! 3,554!
fichohariA .* 400 \ 338
Schuyler .... €50; ! S49J
Seneca 650 ' ! 535!
Steub«=n 4.100' 5,316 !
Suffolk 4.400! 3.142!
Sullivan .... 80« ! «70i
Tiosa 1.570 l-" *
Tornpkins ... 1.500 ! l- 34
Ulster • l.$"0 ! 1.84°
Warr-n ! I.«W I 2.187
Washington d 4.500 if 4.507J
Wayne ; 3.5«0« 9 3,941!
Westehester. F J !o.s<W| |! 7.008...
Wyoming ...j 2.100J 2.y79; . ...
Yate* 1.600 1 j LfiMl
Totals j 2fiS.3*oi 12.353 216.5ja; 41.003
Plurality ..i . :35,»'J7| ..J 173,532] T'.lT
To-dar. fi»lr.
Tomorrow, fair and foliar.
MR. TAFT CARRIES CITY
GETS 9,378 PLURALITY.
Chanler Leads Over Hughes Only
58,771, Despite Racetrack Issue.
Judge Taft. with report* from eighty-eight
election districts out of thp 1.633 in the city
to be heard from, had 9,378 votes more than
Bryan at 2 o'clock this morning, and it is not
believed that the lagging districts will change
Continue i on fourth paif-
NEW YORK STATE.
GK 'VERX< tRSHDP PLURALITIES
I 190 S. 1906
I I '
County. Hushes. Cbanler. II Hughes, j i:<»ai?i.
Albany ' 8.*20 II 8.517;
Allegany .... ; 4,050... , 4.009 . . .
Browne | 3.3"'V j 3.34^;
Cattrraugus .: 3.000 ;j 3.29::
Cayuga ; 2.590; ;| S.4o*.
Chautauqua .i 7,850 ;| 6.€94
Chemung ... . | 1.000! ! 712
Chenango ... 2.080' i 2.333 I*
Clinton . 1.200! 2.261] j
Columbia ... 290! /.V.I 1.56H! ;
Cortland .... ! 2,4«" I 2.234 1 i
Delaware .:. 2.37f" | 2. 37')] :
I Kitchen ... j 200) ji l.lolj.: j
Erie i ! 4.050 1.282
, Essex ' 2.740 I 2.602] !
Franklin ....I 2,400 | 2,i3r,.; ]
: FuUon i 1.900 '■ 1.550| ■:
Genesee . | 2.350 ' j 2,543 I
Greene ] 160 |! 731 |
Hamilton ...I 120 li'j
Herklmer ... 1.700 Ji 2.619 :
Jefferson . . . . ' SJBOO] .; o.Otifi ■,
Kings... i i 4.6801...: ; 5.200 I
Lewis ! 1.1"" I 1.7G1 . j
Livingston .. 1.500 I 2.209
Madison ... : 2.850 ",' 3.375 : |
Monroe ' 7.160 ; ! 2.788).: |
Montgomery ! I.olo] !i 1.279 ;
Nassau ■■ | '■'■''* || 4.r)47 !
New Tort ' 48.033 ' ; «3.5;03 j
Niagara , I 800 j] 922 j
Oneida j 3.800 | 3.359: ■• • I
Onondaga ...' 8.165 ! XA~>l ,
Ontario ; 2.500! M 2.75' i I
Orange f 2,75"; " 4. 151: ;
Orleans I 2.10ir ! 1.759!
Cipwego .. ■ i 3.200,' M 3.73n:.:....-..'l
• icaafa . .-■ 1.800 ; 2.082 ... j
Putnam , , ! 700 | 675| |
Quet-ns | ! 5.146, ! 7.885
Rensselaer ..! 2,480 : ! 1.574;
Richmond-..! 1.510 ' 799 j
Rockland ...[ 175 1 'I 757!
St. Lawrence! 7 >■_■" n 7/iO7 j
Saratoga....! -"" l| 2.725! ....
Schenectady .! 1,875 1 1.973;
Fchoharie ...I ! 40^ ! « 75 ,
Schuyler ! 500! |j 527; . ... ;
Seneca '■ 500 i . .... i! 676j
Steuben . . > 3.000! ij 8.071 ........
Suffolk . ! S.SM <! 3.201,.. I
Sulhvan .. 700! | 1.22R1
Ting* . 1.44" !! 1.21W-
Tompkins .... 1.175 '' 1.351
Ulster..: ! t,tM J! 2.437};' |
Warren I 1,4001 || 1.613!
Washington .! 3.R00: . ! .5.977!
Wayne . t S.ZQW.'.' ... | ::.*;.".:»' I
WVsti-hester ?A 9 120 I &.4551 j
Wyoming . . .', 2.315! l| 2,346!
Yatt-s ! 1.340! j 1,412' .
I t • jj j
T-'talv i 1?fi,125! 63.22211 152.7861 77,142 '
Plurality ..| 72.303!... 11 ; 0.734, •
NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 190&— TWE&YE PAGES.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
The next President <<f the T'nited States.
fi-npvrfcr.r. 1908 by Harrta * F-
MR. TAFT EXPRESSES GRATIFICATION
I am very much pleased with the reports as they come in, indicating a
favorable result for the Republican ticket. I am especially gratified at the
definite information from New York, Connecticut. Illinois and New Jersey.
— Mt raft's s ■ * - '
PRfMDMT
William H. Taft, Cincinnati.
I nee.l hardly saj how heartily I congratulate you. and the c:untry even
more.
J. S. Sherman, U:ica. W. Y.
I most heartily congratulate you.
Governor Charles E. Kughes. Albany.
Ac'^'^t ny heartiest congratulations for you and for the state.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
-Messages s I - '
MR. TAFFS MESSAGE TO PRES4DEST.
Thank you fcr your telegram. Without any expression from you I wold
how deeply interested you have been in my success and how much you
reioicc in it It is your administration that this victory affirms.
WILLIAM H. TAFT.
M r. T
(,OV. HUGHES CONGRATULATES MR. TAFT
Hon. William H. Taft. Cincinnati, Chio.
M v heartiest congratulations upon year splerdid victory.
' y ' CHARLES E. HUGHES.
- i ; (Vernor Hug] U Tafi
T\FT THANKS HUGHES IOK HELP.
I thank you wamly for your congratulations and reciprocate by extend
in°- congratulations to you on carrying New York State against ,remendous
od & ds and by the wonderful campaign which you carried on. We are all in
debted to you also for your aid in the national campaign.
Mi. I* - * Hughes.
HUGHES RENEWS PLEJMrB OF GOOD SERVICE
I am deeply gratified by the success of Mr. Taft. and by our victory in
tW- tat« is indkatad by present returns. To all those who have labored
so earnestly in support of my candidacy I wish to express my warmest ap
preciation. With this expression of the confidence of the people I shall
devote myself with renewed tetl to their service.
—Governor J I ' -^ Rlgkt
CONGRATULATES
THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
TAFT, 3! 4; BRYAN, 161
Colorado Republican; Maryland for Taft by 3,000—
Nebraska in Doubt
GREATER NEW YORK GIVES TAFT 7,000
The Republican parry received an emphatic indorsement by the pecr'.e at the
polls yesterday. Taft and Sherman electors were chosen ifl enough states to insure
the Republican nominees receiving at least 314 votes in the Electoral Coii^e.
Greater New York surprised the country by giving Taft a p. I between
7,000 and 8,000. The state above the Bronx gave him imjUS plu
rality in state 195,997.
Governor Hughes received a plurality of 136.125 abo Chan
ler's plurality in the city. Erie and Schoharie counties was 63.24: | :he Gov
ernor a plurality in the state of 72.903.
Maryland, regarded as a doubtful state, gave about 3.000 plurality to tfct Re
publican nominee for President The Republicans have probably ele . mof
six Congressmen. .
Indiana, which the Democrats claimed up to the last moment, gave Tr.rr
Ohio made the claims of Mr. Mack and other Democratic leaders ridiculous
by giving a plurality for Taft of 50.000.
West Virginia vindicated the forecasts made by Senator Scott asso
ciates by rolling up a Republican plurality of between 15.000 and 20,000.
Nebraska's vote is close, and the state is considered in doubt
New Jersey remained firm in the Republican column, with a plurafity of 65.000.
Illinois gave 170.000 plurality fcr Taft. while Pennsylvania rolled up over
300,000. *
The New Zngland States all gave Republican pluralities, as expected. Ufr
ley was chosen Governor of Connecticut by zbout 12.000, and all five RepabfiOß
Congressmen were re-elected.
The next House of Representatives will have a Republican majority of about
seventy. The Senate after March 4. 1909. will be nvo-thirds Republican.
Jcseph G. Cannon was again chosen Representative in nois district.
Nicholas Longworth's election is in doubt.
FOR TAFT. FOR BRYAN.
California 10 Alabama 11
Colorado 5 Arkansas 9
Connecticut 7 Florida 5
Delaware 3 Georgia 1
Idaho 3 Kentucky 13
Illinois 27 Lomsiana 9
Indiana. 15 Mississippi 10
lowa 13 Missonri 13
Kansas 10 Nevada ...... 3
3,j a i ne 6 North Carolina. . 11
Maryland.' "..'...■ 8 Oklahoma 7
Massachusetts. . . 16 South Carolina. I
Michigan 14 Tennessee 12
Minnesota 11 Texas 18
Montana 3 Virginia
New Hampshire, ft
New Jersey 12 Total 161
New York 39
North Dakota. . . 4
Otio 23
Oregon 4
Pennsylvania — 34
Rhode Island.... 4 DO UBTFUL.
South Dakota ... 4
Utah 3 Nebraska. 8
Vermont 4
Washington ... 5
West Virginia. . . 7
Wisconsin 13
Wyoming 3
Itecessary to
Total SU\ elect 2i2
THE 61ST CONGRESS.
Kep. Dem.
U. S. Senate 62 30
Honse of Representatives 229 162
VICTORS.
TAFT frETS MARYLAND
PLURALITY ABOUT BJWO.
Gets Labor Vote— May Be Four
Republican Congressmen.
[By TVlenraph to Th^ Tribune.]
! Baltimore. Nov. 3— Maryland has s"ne for
Mr. Taft by about 3.000. Mr. Rnoserelt'a plu
rality was 51. A tarsfe proportion of the Demo
crats who voted for McKinley in 1900 vot-d for
Taft to-day, and assured his carrying th^ state.
Th*> city of Baltimore gave Taft a plurality
„f 1.7""
The Ist Congress District appears close. Con
pressman Jackson. Republican, running behind
his ticket. He claims his election by a saf-
majority, but the Democrats say Harry Coving
ton will pull through-
Congressman Fred Tatbott. Democratic national
ccmmitteeman. la elected in the -1 District by a
pood majority, running ahead of his ticket in
Baltimore County and also la Harford County.
In the T>d District John Krinmiller. Republican,
defeats Congressman Wolf, Democrat, by _*>•"•
plurality. This district is in Baltimore City.
Congressman Gill. Democrat, carries the 4th.
and Mudd and Pearre. Republicans, are re
elected in the "ith and 6th districts.
The vote for Hlsgen and Debs was light
throughout the state.
Trick ballots in several Eastern Shore counties
caused many of the negro votes to be thrown
cut.
TAFT TO HITCHCOCK.
Praises National Chairman' Work
in Campaign.
Cincinnati, Nov. 3.— Mr Taft at 0:10 p. m.
sent the following telegram to Frank H. Hitch
cock:
I am delighted to hear the favorable returns
from all parts of the country, especially New
York, and I wish to express my gratitude rd
you for the work which you have done and
felicitate you on the accuracy with which you
foretold the result. Indicating a clear grasp and
wonderful political knowledge of the situation,
j WILLIAM H. TAFT.
PURE THREE CENTS.
TAFT CARRIES INDIAN* A
PLURALITY OF
Governor and Legislature May Be
Democratic.
[By Telrgraph to Th» Tribune T
Indianapolis, Nov. 3.— The latest returns jaw*
that Taft has carried Indiana by a plurality of
IS.OOO, and that the Democrats have elected
their candidate for Governor and the entire stats
ticket by a plurality of 12JMM) and will probably
control the Legislature on joint ballot, thus en
abling Own to elect a United States Senator to
succeed Mr. H>m«»nway.
Marion County was a surprise to the Repub
lican managers, who expected to carry it by a
good majority for Taft. Nearly all precincts
have reported, and Taffs plurality In the county
will be less than WOOL The county jives Mar
shall. Democratic candidate for Governor, in ex-«
cess of 4.000 plurality over Watson.
The pre«*incts reported at this hour are nearly
all In cities where -the Republicans expected to>
I^se heavily from the vote of four years a.zn. but
they have asserted that these losses wouli be
overcome by gain 3 tri the rural districts, where
the electors are supposed to approve the tern
perar.ce policy of the party as shown lrt th»;
passage of the county local option law at tha>
recent special session vt the Legislature. la all
the elections for the last twelve years the heavy'
Republican majorities were cast in. the cities.:
and to-night's returns indicate that tills coadiV
tion is reversed this y»ar.
Indications are that the Democrats have gained
one Congressman and possibly more from In*
diana. Jesse Overstreet (Rep.X of the 7th Dis-»
... is running a close race with his D*rno-» i
cratic opponent. Charles A. Kcrbty. and lat^i
to-night, had a slight l»ad-
BIG BULL POOL FORMED.
Financial Interests Join to Benefit
by Taft' Election.
A Walt Street bull pool '<•»••., r> wat
formed last right by certain well known nan*
cial interests for the purpose of buying stocks.'
on the theory that the election of Mr. Taft win
be the signal for a widespread buying move
ment for public account. It i 3 believed. that
notwithstanding the advance that already has
been recorded, prices for a!l securities will mo»
t.i a higher level as a result of the election of
Mr. Tart, though on realizing sales lower quo*
tatir>r for a time nay be reported.
At the Waldorf-Astoria last right there w«r«
representatives of the Harriman and Gould
properties, while at the Plaza interests identhSed
with the Rock Island company were in <-!oa»
touch with th^ Harriman people at the «rae
named hoteL The r 10.004X000 pool will Includa
Philadelphia interest*.
PRAISE FOR HIT( HCOi K.
President Also Heartily Congratu
lates Loudcnslager.
Washington. Nov. 3.— President Roosevelt
sent the followins telegram to Chairman Htcrj
-
The White House. Not. X.
Chairman Hitchcock. 1 Madison avenue. Xexr
York:
Accept my heartiest congratulations upon th«
great result which you hare done <k> much to
bring about. THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
The following was neril to Represetitativ*
Loudenslager. secretary of the Republican Cca«
gnressional Committee:
The White House, Nov. 1
lion. H. C. Louden* !a?»r. Republican Ccn*re«
siortal Committe*. N*»w York:
Accept my heartiest congratulations.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
No statement las made by the President oa
the result of the election to-nisht.

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