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REPRESENTATIVES PBOBABLY ELECTED.
229; DEMOCRATS. 102.
1. Geo. W. Taylor. D. I R. P. laewaon. D.
2. S. H. Dent. jr.. D. 7 John L. Burnett. D.
S. Henry D. Clayton, D. S. W*m. Richardson. D.
4, Willi«4C B. -raU. D. 9. O. W. Underwood. P.
a. J. Tri«s lieflln. D.
1. R. M. M«wr.. D. 5. C. <• Reid. D.
1 t\*. A Oldfield. D. I Jot. T. R..hinsor,, D.
I. J. C. Floyd. D. 7. R. M. Wallace. D.
» W*. B. Craven*. D.
1. "W. F. En^lehrifrht. R 5. E. A. Hayes. R.
2. I- E. M--K. : ay. R. « . J. C. Xeedha R.
J. Jos. R. Knowlar»d, R. 7. James Mrl^achlan. R.
4 Julius Kahn. R. 8. Sylvester C. Smith, R
James '" Bur^rer, R
I. R. W. Be- jmge. R. 2. W. A. Hafrratt, R.
John Q. Tilscn R.
1. E. EtCTOBS HrnrA-. H. 3. Edwir. W. Higsrinp, R.
t. M- D. Sr<rrj-, R *■ E. J. Hill. H.
ivmiajn H. Held. TZ.
: 5 M Sparkman. D. 3. J. Walter Kehoe, D.
1. Frank Clark. D.
1 Cr»as P. Edwards. D. 7. Gordon I^ee. D.
I .lame? M. Grigrf, D. R Wm. M. Howard. P.
3 D. M. Hus-^.^. P. S. Thomas M. B^U. D.
4 Wm C. Adamson. F». !«. T . W. Hardwi.k. D.
5. I*. F. Jjvingstpn. D. ii. W. G. B'antiey. I)
6. BBS 1. BartietT, D.
"Wimas R. Ham»r. R
L M. B. Mad.ler.. R. 14. Jair.es MrKinney. R.
2. James R. Mann. R. IS. <;«.-> W. Prince, R.
I W. W. Wilson. R. 1«. Joseph V. Graff. R.
4. J. T. M--Dermott. D. 17. John A. St^rlinjr. R
fc Adatph J Sabaih. D. IS. Joseph G. Cannon. R.
« William l^nmer. R 13. Wm. B. MoKini^y. R
7. FY*^ Lintdla. ft- Si. Henry T. Rainey. D.
« Thos Oa'lach<=T-. D- 21. K. Clay Wilson. R.
». H. S. B"Ute!I. n. E. W. A. F.. d»»nh*TE R.
J3, G^-nrjre E PtoflK, R. ?3. Martin D. Foster. D.
13. Howard M. Snapp. R. 24. P. T. t'hapman. R.
12. iha« K. rUDec, R. N- B. ThlsllcwpmJ, R.
!2. Frank C». Lowden. R.
1. Jnan H. rosier. R. f>. J«bn A. M. Adair. D.
t. Jihn <". r'uney. R. B. < has. B. I^mli^. R.
2. WiHiam K. <V;i. D. I<>. B. D. Crumpacker. R.
4. L!nri-»in Imrn. D. 11. CMries H. Gnec. R.
5. H«waH Mftxu-eil. R. VI. Cyrus KHne. D.
«. W. « ). Barrard. R. IZ. Cnarles W. Miller, R.
7. J*e«e Overstreet. R.
1. Char. A. Ker.nedy. R. 7. J. A. T. Hull. R.
2. A'r-ert F. Damson, R. V W. P. Hepburn. R.
3 Charles Pic-km. R. *■ Walter I. Smith. RI
4 G X H?tir«»n. T>. I<\ Frnnk P. Woods. R.
5. Jrim^s W. G^od. R. 11. E. H. Hubbard. R.
5. N. E. Kead&n, li.
1. T». R. A>-.th<»n'-. jr. R. 5. "W. A." CaWerhead. R.
Z «'liarips F. So>tt. R. 6. Win. A. Rwdr. H.
S. P. P. Camnoel'. P " 7. E. H. Madison, R.
4. Jarrcs M. Miller, R. S. Victor Murdock, R.
1 Ollie M .7am«>£. V>. 7. J. C. Cantril!. D.
1 A O. Stanley. D. s - Hanev H^lm, D.
5 R T Tivimii^ t» '* .T B- B*Tiiiett. R.
4 P«n Johnson. D. ». Job" VV. l^neicy. R.
5. Smacar gneriry. D. U. D. C. Edwards, R.
«. J. I^. Hhir.ock, D.
- A!Hert EfUnpirta], D- -"- Jos. £. R*|tftdeU, D.
I P.orert C. Davey, D. fi. R- <^- Wlckllfffc, T>.
3R. F. F.rc u?sard. D. 7. Arsene P. Pujo. D.
4. Z'-'hTi T. Watfcfcs. D.
rE'ected •in September. I
1 4rr."s Li! Allen. B 3. fe. C. Burleigh. R.
* John P. Bwasey, R. 4. V. E. Guernsey, R.
L Wir. H. JarkFon. R. 4. John Gi'.l. D.
2. j EVC Talbott. D 5. Sydney E. Mudd. R.
5. John Km.nmi!>r. R i. Oearg« A. Pearre, F.
1. G P. I^8»-ier.(.«». R. B. F. W. M'Ca!!. P..
* F H GOlett, R. 9. John A. Kelliher, D.
i C G Waihburr. R- 10. J- F*. O'CoimeU. D.
1 (has. Q. Tirr*-!!. R. 11. Andrew J. Peters-. D.
?. But>r Am^s. R. 12. John W. Weeks. R.
£ A. P. Garcn-r. li. 15. Wm. S. Greene. R.
'.. E. W. Koberts. Tl. 14. Wm. C. Loverire, R.
:. Edwin Der.bv. p. 7. Henry McMonan. R.
* «• E To«rs*n<2. R. 8. J. W. Fordney. R.
T W Ga-d:iP- K. 5- J- C. M<:l-aup!ilin. R.
4* E. I^. Hamilton. R. 10. George A. Loud. R
s Gemt J. Di*"kema, B. 11- Fran< is H. L»o-ids. R.
6. B. W r . cmith. R. 12. H. O'.in V' un>f. K
L Jsmp« A. TaerM R. S. C. A. Lin.iher^h. R.
2 .Ta.<. T. McCJeary. R- 7. A. J- Volstead. R.
?.. Chsries Tl. Davis. R. s. «*iarence K. Miller. R.
4 F C Ste\^r.s. R. *- lia'vcT Steer.'Tson. R.
i,. ?Yack M Nye. B.
IKB Candler jr.. D. 5. Adam 11. Byrd. D.
J. Thomas Spisht. D. &- D. J. Bouers, D
J. B. G. Humphreys, D. 7. W. J. r>ir-ks«jn. D.
I. T. C Hason. D. v . J. W. Collier. D.
1 lames T. TJoyrj. D. S. Champ Clark. D.
2 w w [tucker D. !"• Richard Bartholdi. R.
J. J W Alexander, D. 11. Patrick Gill. D.
4 r^has i""- B«oher. D. 12. <\ M. .^ipii. D.
5. W P Bolanfi. D- IS. M. R. - D.
« E A. AIA I BUM D. 14 JTesepa J. Russell. D.
T «■ W Hamltß. D 15 Chaa. H. Morgan. R.
g. tj -\v. ShackJefo:xi. D. IS- Robert Lsmar, D.
Charles M. Pray, R.
DR. ADKEE SPEAKS IN BERLIN
Professor Davis, of Harvard, Also Makes
Opening Exchange Address.
Berlin. Nov. ;. — Dr. Felix Adler. Profft?sor «f
Peliu«al Etliics at DsJainfat» University, and WDl
lam Morris Dayls. Prufeasur «f Ceologj- at Har
vard rnivtrslty, who sr*» in Bt'riin tills v.-jnter ps«
~zr\.?-r.ge zr'^ c ' ors - ad<3 tnelr "peniner addresses
l-x the Ora'rtd lla'.l of the irniversity to-day. I>rinc«
EJt*l FYeriexick rer>re?ented Errptror WiiSianj and
B*ron seel BSi Hussci.e the Forelpn Office. Am
bassador HVJ. CoT.e'ji O^neral ThacKara and rcaji"
in«-ia^»rts t-f the America** «>lony were among tJ^
# hh!1»«-<. wfcirh included also a number of high
oKclals and rruiny p<-ho!ars.
Dr. Ad]"r r«id a. lstt»r from President Rr>o»ave!t
In wkleh the writer said:
I bs»« a rerj- «rreat re-p^ct for th» German pep;
pl« and th* German Emperor, and I am sure that
voa will b#- E-acrpreful la carryins out the cr<-nt
task of stren?th«*nsr:g tha ties of mutual good will,
rrr.pect ard ««rv'.ce which sho'jid unite Germany
and the t'nited States. -
Airing th» paseengere who will «all to-day for
THE L.::S!TAMA, F*JR LIVERPOOU
Mr C*«r1«« AV.*z- •"■ n Knoj
r^ tr J£l !ilr « nd Mr * Ar.drew Tai*».
"H-ioper: j sclj
THE ADRIATIC T'Ji: tfC-CTH AMPTON.
Mr* VT XT O.rti IM- aod M». gtewart U
Mi.« Emily r»tthful Am*. .JMr. and Mr«. »W»a Jacit
2£l* i^.Jt Xiit. i ■■» Ko-'i).
TraveJiers who arrived yesterday from abroad
V- «• V
1- K. M Pollard, R. 4. E. H. Hlnshaw, R.
2. G. M. Hitoheoek, D. 5. '^urije \V. Norrte. R.
S. John F. Boyd. R. 6. M. P. Kinkald, R.
George A. Bartiett. D.
X. C A. Su'.loway, R. 2. Frank D. Currier. R.
NEW JERSEY. *
* H. C. Tx»ud^nslager, R. 8 Thomas Foshall. R.
2. J. J. Gardner, R. 7. R. Wayne Parker, R.
3. B. F. Howell H. 8. W«i. H. Wiley, R
4. Ira W. Wood, R. 9. E. K. Kink-ad. D.
• 'I. Charles M. Fowler. R. 10. James A. Hammil. D.
1. TV. W. forks. R ffl. Thos. W. Bradley, R.
2. G. H. Lindsay. D. 21. Hamilton Fish, R.
I. Otto G. Foelker. R. B. Wm. H. Draper, R
i. Charles B. La*. R. 23. Geo. M Southwick, R
5 Richard Younjr. R. 2i. Geo. W. Falrchild. R
% William M. Calder. R. % Cyrue Bunt, R.
7. John J. Fllagerald. D. 2« Qaera;e R. Malhy. R.
5. D. .1 Ri*>r<iHn D 27. C S. Uillinffton. 8..
. S. H. M. Goldfojrle. D. 28. C. L. Knapp. K.
10. William Sulz^r. D. :s. M. E. DriaeoH. R.
II rftarUui V. Fornes. d 3). John W. r>wi«ht. R.
12. Michael F. Cenrr, D. SI. S. .'. Payne, K.
13. TT»rb»it Parsons. R. .•;; .1. B. Perkins. R.
14. Wm. Willett, jr.. P. S3. J. Slnat Fassett. R.
15. J. Van V Oiwtt. R. 34. J. S. Simmons. R.
16. F. B. Harrison. D. 85. K. A. Driscoll. D.
17. W il'iam S. Sonnet. R. M. D. R. Alexander. R.
IK. J. A. Goulden, D. 37. E. B. Vreeland. R.
19. John E. Andrus, R.
1. John 11. Small. P. ' 6. H. H. Godwin. D.
J. Claude Kit.-hin. D. 7 Robert M. Ps(re. p.
S. Chas. R. Thomas. D. S. R. X. Haokett. D.
4. Edward W. Pou. P. a. P. Y. Webb, D.
8. A. I* Brooks. D. 10. Wm. 7. Crawford, D.
L. D. Karma. R. A. J. Gronna. R.
1. N. Lonsvrnrth. R. 12 E. 1.. Tavlm. Jr.. R.
2. H. P. Go'bel, R. ]:; Carl Anderson. D.
3. J. M. C*». P. 14. Win. ii. Sharpe. D.
4 W. K. Touveile. D. 15. James Joyce, R.
I T. T. Ansberry. D. IS. D. A. Hollinssviorth. R.
(5. J«sac Taylor, R. 17. W. A. Aphbrook, D.
7. J. W. Keifer, R. 18. James Kennedy, R.
*. Ralph D. Cole. R. 19. V A. Thomas. R.
9. Isaac R.,Sh<»rweod, D. 20. Paul Howland, R.
••-. T. H. FC Jones, D. :\. T. IE. Burton. R.
11. Albert Douglas, R.
1. Bird S. UrGuire. R. 4. C. D. Carter D.
2. R. T. Morgan. R. 5. Scott Ferris. D.
3. Jas. £. Davenport, I).
(EJpcted ■;■ June.)
1. V- C. Hawiey, R. 1 W. R. Ellis. R.
I. H. H. Binsham. R. 17. ■ K. BY ■iv R.
" Joel Cook. R. IS. M. E. i U.nsi*.- R.
S J Hampton Moore, R. 1?. .T. M. Reynolds:. R.
a R. O. Moon. R. 2". r>. F. Lafeait R
». W. W. Foulkrad. R. SI. C V- Ban-lny. R.
<%. G*o. D. If. Peary, R. ZZ. George '■' Huff. R.
7 Thof. S. Butler. R. -I. Allen F. <"ooper. R.
S Irvine P Wanger. R. £«. .lobn K. "'•■-- -. R.
9 W. W. Griest. K. :•". Arthur 1.. Bat«»s. R.
lit. John R. Farr. R. I*>. A. Miteliel! F1.,,F 1 .,, osr, D.
II; Heary W. Palme R. 27. .i N. Ungham. R.
12 A R." Garner. R. th. N. P. Whaler. R.
12. J. H. RetherßM \>. ». W. H. Graham, R.
14. ('has. <\ Pratt. R. 30. Jo) DaJzelL Jft.
io. Ellas I>e»ni«r. R. SI. James V. Burke, R.
16. John G. Mclienry. " 32. A. J. Birchfeld, R.
1. P. L. D. Granger. D. 2. A. B. Capron, K.
1. G. S. egare, D. .'. I>. E. Finley. D.
2. J. U. Patterson. D. 6. J. E. KII«-ri><?. D.
3. Wyatt Aik»>n. I>. 7. A. F. Lever, 1).
4. J. T. Johnson, D.
Charles H. Burke, R. E. W. Martin. R.
-, \V. P. Brawaiaw R. «. J. W. Byrnes, D.
2. Nathan W. Ha!». R. 7. T. P. Padgett, D.
3 John * Mion. D. *. Thetus W. Sims:. D.
4. <V»rrieli Hull. D. 9. F. G. Garrett. D.
6. Wm. C. Houston, D. 10. G. W. Gordon. 1).
- Morris Khp^rard. D. 9. Geo. F. Bursts?. D
2. Martin Dips. I>. 10. A. S. Burles=on. D.
S Gordon Russell, D. 11. Robert L. Henry, D.
4 C E R:ind«"ll. D. 1-. O. W. Gilleflple, D.
5. Jack B»all. D. V.',. John 11. Stephens. D.
fi Rufus Hardy D. 14. .1. 1.. Slayden. D.
7. A. W. Grr-e-. P. 15. J. N. Garner. D.
S." John M. I ..re. D. * «. W. R. Smith. D
Joseph Howeil. I".
(Elected in September.)
1. David J. Foster. R. "2. T* H. Plumly. R.
l W. A. lanes. D fi. Carter Glas=. D.
2. H. L. Maynard. D. 7. James Hay. D.
3. John La nib. D. 8. C. C. Carlin. D.
4 F. R. Lassiter. D. 9. C. uteoea Si'-inp R.
B. E. W. Saunders. D. 10. H. D. Flood, O.
1. Wm. E. Humplirev, R. ?,. lit. Po ndexter R.
: F. \V. Cuahman. R.
1. W. P. Kubhari. R. 4. H. C. Woodyn-d. R.
♦ G. C. Starglas, R. 5. J. A. Hughes. R.
3. J. H. Games, II
1 II A. Cooper. R. 7. J. J. Enli. R.
2. J. M. Neisor.. R. ~ I. J. H. Davids -in. R.
3 A \V Konp. R. P. Or. Kustermann, R.
4 \V. J Carv. R. Lg K. A Morse, i:
R W. H Stafford. R. 11. T. L,. Lenroot, R.
I C H. Weisee, D.
F. W. Mondell, R.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS
HKI^MONT— W. R Fielding, Ottawa. HOFF
MAN-rJudm W. H. VredenhfTg", Freehold. IM -
PERTAL.— Cetenel J. H. Ancus, Cfalc&so. ST. RE
G lS— Count Alexander Torok, Washington.
COTT-W. S. liaiicock, Trenton.
THE WEATHER REPORT.
Official Rnnril an.l Forepart. — Washington. Nov. 3 — !
Th? w?a;h«=r was fair to-da> exc-p' in the ea.«: Gulf i
statf-s. tiifl mountain districts of Tennessee and the J
«"aro!!nss\ over ih« Ijikft superior r»-sicn and on thft j
north Pacific OoaFt. Temperature V|l mouerate in all ;
£■•-1 ticms. The period o" fair, cool weather that tM pee j
vailed zentri'.iy r.v«r t!»« country is about to way to I
a »urc*3S:on •>*■ ucrometrii- «lis:ui cancels, with g-enora!
rains and n:arl»p<i teir.yerstuie rtungea that will cover '■
all £l*fcUMi *'jf--»*pt the region that cs'JTiiis fruni) T^xau j
over N«* M«-x<"o, Arizora and Southern Calirprnla.
Ptjna trarnin^S » - rr« «rde:«;<J Tuesday fur the Lake j
rtsiun. »irp( Wtftftl Suparin'- an.J Grwn Hay, Mil- !
muilcc* a" J I'iii-fS'J Strtl-mti, and w«r« <v,nunue'l en the i
nt,rt!i F*cifut CuUfct, Slorni wanil.ni;* »-r« «r<ltr<><l Tu>-b- j
dai frvainz en tea Atlanta Coast (tan i>liwHr-> r:rtak- '
waiter t.. i:»E:nirt. ai.-iinn :ie- artln.z VV«Jnf«,Jay fop j
jr..,,,.^ ar . poftj *"U1 hav<; ei.-oi!^ trinda to k«lm from j
■mnli'wii «j.if!i;ijj to m,rtr.wHi .md partly cloudy WMtttutr I
M t)-.r UranJ Jiunks. y
I.i* u.:i;Js alone Urn N'« Vngiaxd ooaet wW bn s.;uti)- j
w^rt. siiiftlnx to r.ort!iw«-«[ Balef; on the nii<i'l!« ! At- ;
Jamie i'kifi >.tni(its «..utn«|L-flt ■blfUac M vl«-u; mi i :] o ;
*-ui-| Atlanti- Coast fresti Mini niofitiy f.i««rly; oil t!i»> j
»as' Ou!f <"i.as: f»o*l) i»r(li«riv; <n Jhi- w<-st Oulf t'o«st |
freifii nortliTiv. Beouating variable; on the lower am! j
iipier lekei «:i'<usr P.orthwcJit. |
i..rfr»»t tor tprriai I.»«-al!!!r». — For K«W Hnsianii
a;-..* Maaterri »»■ J'-ji*. fair In south, ahovurm ur now
nuiTltt* and oiaar ■I n.,rth«rn portions i->-<inv; ITiUrs
day f u ir *VA -■n'.iit-i; orfVterljr BB!es.
Fcr tue JtiKtri.i pt < '•>'■ jmbin. start) Penp^ylvani.i.
Nea Jerwy, ijelanaip an«i Maryland, partly cloudy to
da; and 71; u rrla y , cqlder 'n.u'sda^ ; urong v.rf. u!iv's.
!.oral Mlti.ial Rrrarii.—- Til- fo!l«»in(? oQleift) r«c«rd
trnm ih« weather bureau «lia»» «h« eta«JMPM » ttie tem
jwramre for the last twenty- f«ur houra. tn roirparioon
%»lth ll>« c jrresjicritiinr dale of la«t year:
I'.MJT. l»C8. ! I* l 13<>8.
.1 a n: ■*•+ 4! ! i! p. in r>2 57
ti a m 61 >j 1) jt. m /■ 4* 55
:• a, 111 :.<■■ 4nn p. m 4? :<\
IJ :n .*is 83J15 p. M 4ii
4p. n> 14 shj
iJiß'i'^; Ei-nii.*ra(iire >«lerdav. 5» <l*gre<»: lo»rst. 3.5;
a.«-raßf. 4K; a'.einec tot i-ni rt-spctndJini <:.it»: o' !«»' J«"i'.
H ; avcre^a tor irorrespundlns dat* of last ihlrty-lhre*
i^nai fcrerast: I'afr u> da> ; ttir and coMar Thursday;
*«atarli .- -
NEW-YORK DAILY TRTBI XE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER *■ IMS.
THE SENATE OF 1009-11 1
Republicans, 61; Democrats, If;
3 Seats in Doubt.
The United States Senate contains
at present 60 Republicans and 31 Dem
ocrats, with one vacancy from lowa,
caused by the death of William B. Alli
son, Republican. The terms of 31 Sen
ators expire on March 3, 1909, that of
Mr. Allison emg included in that
number. Of the retiring members, in
cluding Mr. Allison's temporary suc
cessor, yet to be elected, 18 are Repub
licans and 13 Democrats. Four vacan
cies have already been filled. Kentucky
has elected William O. Bradley, Re
publican, to succeed James B. Mc-
Creary. Democrat. Maryland has elect
ed John Walter Smith. Democrat, to
succeed himself. Alabama has re
elected Joseph F. Johnston, Democrat.
Louisiana has re-elected Samuel D.
McEnery.^Democrat, and Vermont has
re-elected William P. Dillingham. Re
publican. The strength of the two par
ries to date is therefore as follows : Re
publicans, 45: Democrats, 21; vacan
cies to be filled, 26.
Returns from the states which elect
ed legislatures yesterday indicate that
Republican Senators will be chosen in
lowa, Washington. Connecticut, Ohio,
New Hampshire, North Dakota, In
diana. Idaho, Illinois, Scuth Dakota,
Kansas. Pennsylvania, California. New
York. Utah and Wisconsin— in all 16.
Democrats will probably be chosen in
Florida, Arkansas, Georgia, Oklahoma.
South Carolina, Nevada. North Caro
lina and Missouri— in all 8. Colorado
is in doubt. Oregon elected a Republi
can legislature last June, but at the
same time instructed for the election
of George E. Chamberlain, Democrat.
That the Republican legislature will
elect Mr. Chamberlain is not altogether
The Senate cf 1909-' ll wiK probably
PRESIDENT GETS NEWS
PLEASED WITH BESULT.
Election Returns Received at the
[From The Tribune Bureau.]
Washington, Nov. 3.-The President and Mra.
Roosevelt reached the White House on their
rrturn from Oyster Bay at 8:35 o'clock this
evening. The trip to and from « >y.ner Bay was
pleasant, and neither the President nor Mrs.
Roosevelt was much fatigued.
The first thing the President did when he
reached home v.as to scan the latest election re
turns, which by the time he arrived at the White
House were coming in at ■ rapid rate. He was
particularly pleased when he real the report
from his home district In Oyster Bay. which
gave both Mr. Taft and Mr. Hughes a substan
At th ' Whit^ House executive offices wires
from the different telegraph companies were in
stalled, and over these the President had the
news at the earliest possible moment. One wire
working between the executive ofSces and the
White iuae proper carried the most important
bulletins while the President was at. dinner.
A happy party, consisting of Cabinet officers
and their wives and a number of other guests,
was entertained at the White House in the even
ing, and heard the news of the election. Lat'^r
in the evening, as the reports came thick and
fa.«t, the President went to his office in the ex
ecutive building, and there carefully read every
thing- of imp'irtani'e which came over the vires.
President Roosevelt was sanguine of the over
whelming- character of Mr. Taft's victory from
the very earliest bulletins, and told those who
talked with him that his expectations had been
realized. He was especially pleased with the
returns from New York. Because of the alow
returns from Ohio and Indiana, however, he
withheld an official bulletin, and at 9:15 o'clock
the newspaper men were toid to wait a while
The President remained in the private por
tions of the White House must of the evening
after dinner. A few personal friends and a
number of women friends of Mra. Roosevelt ar
rived early and received the returns, which
came in duplicate for the executive office* and
the private portions of the "White House. A
brief visit to the executive offices was made by
the President soon after dinner, but lie returned
to the White House quickly, as he considered
there was no longer the slightest room for doubt.
The unofficial White House view as early as
8 o'clock ia the evening- was that the fight had
been won by a largv popular and electoral ma
jority, and congratulations began to arrive at
that hour from po*»d Republican admirers and
friends of both President Jtoosevtlt and Presi
dent-elect Taft in all parts of the country.
At 11:30 o'clock a Taft and Si: ?rman march
ing ib.ltwo hundred strong, paraded up the
drive past the White House and around to the
executive <-ffices. where they congregated about
ir. Here 1
,n a:.d Bootieveit. Thei thea -i3kr<i
r the r ■ ■ and
not do m ■ - :retary
•i. hho v, ti. ■ ■ :: ' MJii.-.-i-a had
Ti,. U.. rof the ma d bin
clared n the n< ighbor
'.....,) r ::>•<■
to Z. The
A SPRIGHTLY GERMAN COMEDY. .
A comedy by Pler.e W»ln', entiti»<! "Das Crone
Oeheirnniss" (The (.Jrcat Secret), wnt j>rnduced last
ii::.t: p at n<-w ... TheHtrfi at Al.idimin
avenue and -tre.'l. I! is light in texture and
furnislios innocent *»•>=} whojiUaine plrasnrr. Mr.
Jlarlow lia.l a roi«1 rart as iin oltl hat'lielor. and
Hm«, Ilae yon T*JBO, a newe mm in tlie company,
mad« n pleasant imjirf.sHiisn v.tt a. vlvat:!oua nvliiois-.
T!.e liouse was rro»iit>il, a id expressed its satis
faction with the entertainmtiti'..
INDEPENDENCE DAY IN PANAMA.
Colon, X"v. 3.— Th.' aimiversary of llu- inUfpen
•len'.-e of Panama »«.■ ti i»-Jirarpii li«-.'<' tc»-«l;iy. Alatiy
of th« 4m«rii an of the <*anul < '"iiiini-
sii>n and Panama lU'lro«a took part in the festivi
PRESIDENT CASTS VOTE
Mrs. Roosevelt and Theodore, Jr.,
vAth Him in Oyster Bay.
President Roosevelt arrived in Oyster Bay yes
terday to pest his vote on what will probably be his
last visit to hi* fitiii" town while he- holds the office
I of President of the United States. President Roose
velt was accompanied by Mrs. leeaajan*, Secretary
I*oeb and several Secret Service men Theodore
Roosevelt, jr., from Thompsonville, Conn., joined'
the party In I»ng Island City add accompanied
Mi father to Oyster Bay to cast his first vote-.
After a brief visit to Sagamore HHU the President
returned at eejee to Washington, where he arrived
in time to receive the eleetinn returns last night
The President and his party, occupying i.wo spe
cial ears, arrived in Jersey City at 7:15 yester
rial cars, arrive^ in Jersey CM* at *:2» yester
day morning and ' from !*¥"• *«-r-» taken to Lone
Island City on board th? tug Lancaster. A. iarjte.
crowd was waiting in the station at Jersey City
anil cheered the President as lie passed to his boat.
The party travelled from Long Island City *c
Oyster Bay by special train, and, on arriving at the
latter place, Mrs. Roosevelt entered the family
carriage and drove? to Sagamore Hill, while th*>
President an Theodore, jr., drove at once to the
polling ilia--? 1 , arriving there at 9:23 a. m. A large
i-rrw;'l ml the frrsident 8 fellow townsmen, ini-h'd
tag about thirty m UuuHieye. eaiiying American
flags, wer* at the station to meet the special, and
the President stopped to shake hands with them all.
On arriving at the polling place in Fleet's Hall,
accompanied by Congressman W. W. Cock?, who
r«presents the President's district in Congress, and
William J. Yoiinsr?. ITnti States Attorney for the
Eastern District of N>w York, who had Joined the
party at Mineola. President Roosevelt shook hands
with every one and then went into th« booth and
cast ballot Wo 141. Theodore, Jr.. look twice as
lons as Ins father to oast hi." ballot, which was No.
142. and. while waiting for his son to come out of
tbe booth, the President chatted with his neigh
bors who were gathered there. After h?s son and
Hecretary Loeb had voted, the President and hi.-»
party drove to Sagamore Hill to join Mrs. Roose
velt and W. Emlen Roosevelt, the President's
cousin. ' .
The President's party reached the station again
at 11 o'clock, and at 11:04 departed In tlir-ir special
train for the return rrip to Washington. There was
another crowd at the station to s>e th*» train start,
and the President stood on the nar platform waving
his hat to his neighbors until the train was out of
sight. Congressman Cocks and T'nltpd States At
torney Youngs left the train at Mineola.
On reaching Lorn? Island City 'he party immedi
ately went on board the tug Lancaster, and were
taken to Jersey City, where the parlor car Magnet
was waiting for them attached to the regular 1:14
train for Washington. Secretary Straus joined the
Prpsident in Jersey City and accompanied him to
The train left Jersey City at 1 :18. four minutes
late. The President and Mrs. Roosevelt stood on
the rear platform bowing and smiling in response
to the sheen of the crowd at the station. The
President's son Theodore accompanied the party
as far as Trenton, leaving the train there to re
turn to Thompsenville. Conn., where he is learning
the carpet making business.
PRESIDENT S NEIGKBOR CHALLENGED.
Allowed to Vote Only After Getting Writ
Mleeiili !>->r,e Island. Near. 3.— Charles F. Swan.
a wealthy resident of Nassau County and a neigh
bor of President Roosevelt, accompanied by Will
iam J. Youngs, United States Attorney, appeared
before Justice Bcudder her* to-day and obtained
a writ of mandamus compelling the Election Board
of the sth District, of the town of. Oyster Bay.
to show cause why it refused to permit Mr. Swan
Mr. Swan says he was told by those in charge at
the polling place that inasmuch as he had not reg
istered they rould not accept his vote. Mr. Swan
insists that he is a resident of the town and is en
titled to vote.
Oyster Bay. Long Island. Nov. 3.— Mr. Swan and
llr. Youngs reached the polling place here short
ly before 4 o'clock this afternoon and exhibited
the writ from Justice Scudder. The chairman of
the board read the writ and then allowed Mr.
Swan to cast his vote.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S DISTRICT.
Oyster Bay. Nov. 3.— The ath Election District of
the town of Oyster Bay, Nassau County. President
Roosevelt's district, save Taft -:: Bryan 144.
Hughes 200 and > hauler ITT. -
STOCKS STRONG IN LONDON AND BERLIN.
London, Nov. 3- — The Presidential election was
ti-..- chief topic in the American section of the Stock
Exchange to-dny. Dealings were comparatively
active and largely professional in anticipation of
the success of William H. Taft. which is expected
to cause r- sharp revival. Prices opened steady,
then hardened further, and, after a slight setback,
closed firm at from ■■; to I point fetter than Satur
day's closing. ;,
B. DIXON ARMSTRONG,
ala., VUn I -B. Dixon Ar;
■ tan at the :• nation at Rio de
a thirty-eeeoßd «i- - BJad a pruninent man.
■ :..v at Auburn, aged rtfty-one. His fatl:-r.
I a M later to Brazil under
GEORGE W. M'LANAHAN.
Catskin N. v.. Nov. o.— George William Me-
I,anahan.' aged sixty-four, of Washington, died at
his country home h«.rp to-day from pneumonia. He
Is survived by his wife, a daughter. Mrs. Frederick
Kir.gsbury Curtis, ol Me* York City, and a son.
George X. McLanahan, who Is a director of "Th«
M- M Lanahan was a mm of James Xavier Mc-
Lanahan. He was a member of the Century Asso
ciation, the Sons of the Revolution, the American
Geographical Society and the Pennsylvania Society.
The funeral will ie held on Thursday, at 3 o'clock.
CH ARISES LEWIS STATON. for thirty-nine
years nil the suit? of 'The Brooklyn StandarU-
I'nion." died yesterday at the age of sixty-two
years, at his home. No. 18S Lexington avenue.
Brooklyn. He was born in Quebec, Canada.
HENRY S. REINHARD. head of Reinhards
Express and former Freeholder of the 2d Ward
of Newark, died yesterdeiy at his home. Na. 257
Hals'ey street. Newark, from heart disease, at the
age of forty-five years.
TO MARRY PRINCE.
Miss Pullman To Be Bride of Portu
guese Pretender's Son.
Vienna. Nov. 4.— The "Wiener Estrablatt ll
lustrirte" announces that a marriage has been
arranged between Prince Miguel of Braganza.
the eldest son of the Pretender tn the Portu
guese throne, and Mips Mary Pullman, an.i that
the ceremony will be celebrated in London the
eixl of November.
I.ondnn. Nov. 4— A dispatch to "The Daily
Telegraph" from Vienna says that Fringe Mig
uel and Mi»« Puilrnun i;i?t at Osterul. and wen
introduced to each other by an Hungarian aris
tocrat who v.as i»atFuj«e«taJ in arranging the
mairiasre of count Szeehenyi and iliss Gladys
The marriage at Prinea Miguel of R;aga:iza
t» Mrs. Samuel Sloan Chauncey. the dau«ht»r
of J. H. Carr. of Louisville, was reported
*.i lmve takfti place early in September, but
lattr this report was denied.
DALAI LAMA GETS A SALARY.
Peking, Nov. C— An edict issued t(kday confers
h decoration upon tit- Dalai law of Tibet, who
linn been absent from I-ha*a for U«e last four
yiar:i. grunts him an Hr.mml salary Of 19.M1! tae!»
a year and unler* him ta riturri to Tibet. He H,
furt lserniuie. enjoined lusrearter to bJm obedience
to the throne.*
SALUTE THE EMPRESS
Guns of Fleet Help Chinese Cele
brate Her Birthday.
Amoy, China, Nov. 3- — Th» seventy-fourth anni
versary of the- birth of the Empr«43 Dowager of
China was celebrated to-day and was made the
greatest day of the festivities in honor of the visit
ing American battleship. Tlaaae wan a reception
on the Chinese cruiser Hal-Chi at 11 o'clock la
the morning and another reee.pt!on »n st?ors at the
Nan-Pu-Tou-Hiao, Temple at noon. A national
salute was rirtd at noen in honor of thf? Empress's
birthday by the fourteen warships in the harbor.
'At the receptfnn no toasts vere proposed until
the c.impany had officially adjourned. Then Prince
* r ** TinM proposed the h*alth of the Empress Dow
aser. All the sailors anil ofHr*rs present, as w#ll
as the other guests. Chines* and foreign, joined in
the ekeem and drank thf toast in eharr.paKne. At
the same time there wa» a pandemonium of fire
crackers and HreworK* on all sides.
Thiee thousand men were ashore from th» battle
ships. The cutter and gig races w»r.t ti> errors
from the l> pui-iar.a. and the baseball nine from that
vessel was victorious in the ball «ram*. dffeatin^
the Wiseonsia team, 14 to 4. The hundred-yard
dasb was won by a man from the supply ship Cul
gr,a, w-lule second honors went to the Kentucky «n.l
third to the Ohio. In the runnino- hrnmi jump a
man from the Virginia woe th<? Kentucky entrant
was second and th» Missouri third. Th- hijfh Jump
went to the Missouri, with th* Virginia second and
the Kentucky third. In the t; -of-war th« third
division defeated th» fourth division. Prince Tu
f-ajis congratulated the- winners.
A Chinaman detected selling «ptirious ffo!il orna
ments to men of the fleet win summarily punished
to-day and ordered to refund all the money h» had
taker? in. The strict rule« were silently relaxed
to-day, ar;d more Chinees were allowed to enter th»
reception Broun. ;.-.
Prince Yu-Lang presided at a dinner this -ven
lag; several hundred gueata being present. Toasts
w*»re proposed by the prirtre to the Empress Dov
airer. the President of the United States, the Klnar
of England and other rulers. A theatrical per
formance was piven during the dinner. which was
followed by a display of fireworks. Dr. <>"*•«<•
Mark, who as a member or the Chines** reception
committee superintended th» arTanjrem^nts for the
entertainment of the Americans, was ch*ered.
Peking, Nov. 3. The Foreign Board to-day re
ceived congratulations from the American legation
and from Rear Admiral Emory, in command or" the
American smiadron now being entertained by the
Chinese poverr.ment. at Amoy, en the anniversary
of the birth of the Empress D<>wa««r. The admiral
thanks the government also for the splendid re
ception accorded the visiting warships by Prinre
UNITE IN COMPLIMENTS.
Press of Japan on Visit of Battleship
Victoria. B. C, New 3.-Rare!y hay» the news
papers of any country indulged in mere compli
mentary ref.-rences to another nation than aid the
newspapers of Japan e-n the rerent visit of the
American battleship fleet. Copies of extra and
regular editions in Japanese and in English, issued
In some instances under most difficult cin-;tm
stanees. have arrived on the steamer AntUochun.
One of the most eloquent Is "The Kokumin," which
The cordial relations between America and Japan
are a gruarantee for the world's peace, the keystone
of a pervading civilization, and a ladder to th"
hla-her development cf humanity.
The "Yoreod.«ou Choho," of Tee la. said:
We regard the United States as our best friend.
From her we hav2 received so much favor during
the last fifty years that we cannot regard her as
anything ether than that We heartily welcome
the United States battleship fleet to our shores, and
hope that its visit will further cement the close
friendship now existing between the two nations.
The "Nichl Nichl," Tokio:
With hearts overflowing wttß pieaaure and with
the d.fpest sincerity we extend our welcome tt> the
battleship fleet of our ever-frierd.-. n«4gtt«r.
b .■ Toate:
Look - back to the time of the gallant Commo
dore Perry's arrival at Uraea, now abuut fifty-five
yewrs ago, we joyously welcome thU new American
fleet, and only trust that this nappy event may
prove a stepping stone to a still higher friendship
and a deeper significance of our national-inter
course with our friends.
The "Osaka Man.. Osaka:
Believing that this is a rare opportunity f«r us
to be abie to show th- depth of our feelings
toward the United States, w-- desire to *•* to thf
fleet our hearty welcome, while at th same time
we pray that the always fri«n-iiy relations of the
two countries may thus be brought still closer.
The "Chugai-Shogice Shimpo." Toltio:
The two most memorable events this country has
experienced, so far a^ its foreign intercourse Is con
cerned was first the visit of Commodore Perry ■
fleet, now more than half ■ century ago. and now
again, the coming of the present American fleet.
The "Kobe." Kobe:
We rejoice in saying- that these mighty vessels at
v.- ir are those of the Un.ted States, a most frlendly
nation to in and as such we believe a security
for the permanent pea.-c of the world at lar?<v We
should not miss utilizing: this rare opportunity to
bring about a still closer intimacy between trie
The "Otaru." Otaru. Hokkaido:
Th- best opportunity for disclosing our innermost
feelings and high estimation of America and. Amer
icans lias at last presented itsel) to us in th:s vis.t
of the American fleet to our waters.
CORDIAL MESSAGES FROM CHINA.
Appreciation of Visit of Fleet to Amoy and
Remission of Boxer Indemnity.
Washington, Nov. 3. — Cordial messages express-
Ing gratification over tha visit of the American fleet
to Amoy, China, anil the remission of the Boxer in
demnity by the United States, have been received
at the State Department.
Both messages, one signed by forty-one public
officials, directors and offie-rs of private enterprises
rpprespntin? twenty provinces, and the other by the
former Governor of Kianff-su and various prwrninent
citizens of Hangchow. expressed appreciation of the
friendly relations existing between China and the
United States. Alva a. Adee, AssUtant Secretary
of State, replied to the messages.
Modifies Decree Regarding Parian
Port of Spain, Nov. 3.— President Castro has
modified ona el his decrees issued last August
to the extent of permitting the shipment of prod
uce, from Parian ports t«> Trinidad, the vessels
returning in ballast. No passengers will be
allowed on vessels sailing from these r«rt3 to
Trinidad, or sailing from Trinidad to Venezuelan
HOLLAND IN NO HTJRSY.
Movements of Warships Show Delay in Ac
tion Toward Venezuela.
Wulcmstad. Cura.;a.). Nov. 3.— The recent .Im
position Of the Netherlands warships that have
be^n making their headquarters h^r^ indicates that
there will be no specific action on th«* part of Hol
land seaUist Venezuela for the ntxt »e*k. The
1 attlM Jaki»b Van H^ernskprk left hrrr* yester
day aftern-on to cruise on the wtat side t>f th*
igluru! of Curasao, and the Friealand began to-d.ty a
cruise on the eas,t sidi" of the island. Tha cruiser
Gflderland is outside for torpedo practice.
The peuple of Willemstad arc di,sappotnted be
cause no. official bulletin appeared t'»-day, setting
forth the actual atatua of the situation between
Hulland and Venezuela. Rumors are heard that
two foreign fleets, one Italian and one British, are
on their way here for Joint action with l!i« Nether
Everybody i* awaiting ansinusly the result* of
the Presidential election In the United State?. There
Is reason to belie that the teLegram received from
The Hague by the colonial governor on October 31
contained nothiag more than instructions regard
lug the maintenance of order ariuufd the popula
tion of Cururao make |SBS hostile 'demonstration
BALKANS WAJI RUMOK AGAUT.
Servian Parliament is Secret Session — &*•
s:o7al of Capital DiacnaMd.
Belgrade. N>v —A revival tt the w*r upmiei
has been caused by rumors that Russia. la sup
porting 3errlaa position and the fact That tU«
*»rv(«n Parliament U«a been titttna u»-.l»» artta
closed doors. Troops ha- • been ssM t» -traieajptet
positiona, aiid th« »< val of to* capital 'a a
safer place is being di mussed.
i • m
PRESIDENT'S SHOOTING LICEN3E.
Mr BoossTslt Declines Special Prr^lefa frost
lyndwn. »v Th- Colonial Pin, It was*
learned to-<iajr. recently offered President »Ma»TiaT
the freedom of the go-v«mtn«nt shooting- prcs«rv«s
in Africa. Mr. Roosevelt replied that ha wishadl
to r- tfnrM cnly as * prtva?* dtfzea *a 4 toxs
he did not desire spaeial prtvt'eees
M*rrfac« nortec appearing la IHI T«tBCV» vfl2
•• repabllsttrd la the Tri- Weekly Tritons* with—
• nr» charge. -
BAVISTER— HQBBIB— Ow SttsrtUr. ©«•*•» H. '.MS. w'
•■"•■» tfcureh «:h»»iry. »•• Tor*, by ta* Jtw. KZiacx
WW» rectar of >, rao . Church. N*»«rt. X. ;. EoiU*!
i>t J.-.hn HofcMa to Or. Robert Looia BmillK«r. Vnhfla '
and Hour «Tex. > -ip*T* pi—— cow
I 4 H.ION — »• F.LiiON-On Tu«di>. Mi«pi»>m B. at ua
»•»..•- of th< hri.-j.j parents. No. ii Tirr rta«'
• •MR' Henry M»tt«t, D. J> . Mnn strjart.
daughr*r of Mr. »nd Mr* 6taart Or*»nl*«f <<•)»«, tor
Rosrer Ijir»»oo. Jr.. #f Ur'n«M' M T.
3(«(iraß •( mirtan. *Mit seatae mm* he ■ liana*
with full SUM «u4 mddrem.
Dnth notice aafMrtaa; In TIB TRIBI'.IS ajtD aM
rppabliflied la the Trl-We«lOj' TH>—i •S:hon» aaiiaf
charge. * !
Crl?kmr>r«. H»-ir? 9. Mcm'»v, imi H.
Culbert. bal - Stuart. Wtillam G.
F<wrn*n. Alexander ?rro»», Harrtac —
Gibb. Marts R. »wan. :. . -JL O.
Keeler. U>ttt» A. Wales, Franc** C.
McL3nahan, Georaj* V.
CRICKItOEE— At New York OCT. XX 111 1 man a. !MbV
I:-r'> i ; < 'rU-itmure, la tha TOtH year cf Ma aa»-
Funeral •^rvlt« a: Qrace iTmreh Chantrj on Thuradajr.
Niwrmter i. at 12 m. Nrw Orieaaa, BaUinM** a«<
Washington pap^r* p>M« --i'pv
CULVERT— On Monday. ■aaajaataj 2. iUb*::x. w\tm a?
Robert J. I'ulfcert and dauarfttor cf the .at* El>tala
«'heyr.e. Funeral §»rstce« on W*ln*»iay *vaiun« at *
o'clock, at her Late rcaidcß^e. Nil US 'iw»M ay«..
rOMIA] Navemk'r L at Mi aunamar a am*.
M»::li:i.-«. C t.. Al'umier Fitnn»». *f No. 11«
Pierrepwnt M.. Br<».il« -- Funeral f^»«i th« P*«a
bytarian <.'nurch. MaiilrueVc. 1.. 1., I.Jo * m . Ttm»
•lav November 3.
UIBB— At Keth«r«o«4. N. J. *Murrt«y, <^ta«ar 14.
Maria Ray rj|bh Funeral st the ton* of h«r aisur.
Mr*. Ki>r V !— ■!,.*. n , No MS Writ IJ»-» at.. We>*Be»lay.
November 4, at 4 p. in. Interment srivaM.
KKiCLEI November 3. I.acti« Allan, wlf* •' Haaiy
a K'*.rr aaa daUKbter of tft- *... joha • and a.
l^>u:«» Snow services and tntermeEt at the convent—
enee of the faniiiy.
31'UNAHAN- EnterM m«« Mf» eternal m the «4tft
y«ar -.f hi* «?s. <;->rge William ',(-'.in*M» sett mt
James X*v:er McLanahan an<l w.r* Matil4» *«
Bride. and h«loved htisban<! r>f H'ltn P*r Mel^na
han. suddenly ->f pn«uman!si a' his »*«lrt«««« Kn«lt
Giff. >'auki!l. N V . la ih« «ar!y marata* of T'i«»
«Jay. Nov*mb#r ". Th» fun»ra! »»rvi«»<» win l»* belt*
at hi? late residen<r« in M »fi-m»-« »t T*jr««a.y
th« uti-. a*. 3 »-to«k. lnt*rm«ni private
MOSEI.KT — G*>B« t» his -iimul nat. in 'iw *34 year •?
hi* ax». i>etii Ha.iulton Ifjiav'in •>« \iv«m» S. Wh
n»ral at hi» lare rest<ien.«. N». 3S Wall atre«t. N«ir
Uav»n. on Thursday. N<*v«rnrv ft. at 2 "'» | m. Burial
STUART— A « Bjaaaaaaeji 3n«iaad s«ptemfc«r 1. William
Couea Stuart. —>n of th« lata Toioacl .laaiea »**
Heie-n Maria. Stuart, of N*w Tork City. Funeral mr
▼teas at tae M.d:.»..n Square Pr»»hvt#ri«n -r»k. «■
WeJn«»tiay. N.»v*maar 4. at 10 oeiorii a. ».
STRO3.-G— On Tue*lay. Kovrmbtr S. 19*» H*met i-
Stroar. wUiow of th* lU«* BoD«rt Gner Strong. Fu
neral s»rvi.-*s wilt b» h»ld at h«r residence. Na. 2052
Cburcb aye.. Brooklyn, m Prtciay. Sjv.ou«» «. at -
p. m. Please omit Saw era.
SWAN— At Ea»t Orang-. X. J.. on Sunday. No v«ml»T 1.
19 1 **. Lucretta Grr*n. widow of Dr. <amt»el Swan. «f
New Yr>rk t'lty. In ( «r "!Tth y»«r. Funeral »«-<n^«« •!!•.
Im hsld from the r»aWaneß «* h*r eoa-in-!»w, Mr.
■>.«r- B. Tarriley. No. 332 William «t.. Wadsaaiay,
November 4. at M a. m. Interment at (3jaaa«MS
WALES?— At her r-«:d«n-». in th» dry <»f Baal T'»rk. •«
November i I*!"*, Franuas £li<a.l>*th. wl'!«w •< li»*
late Salem H. Vain and daughter of "ha tats J».tm« U.
Jehnsoa. .>• Bridport. Ptuteaad private.
THE n'OODUBTf CfWEIBJIT
Is T»ai'Ar acr»^sic!«» bT Har'»m rratna tfcaai flnrt "»••
tral Station. Webater ana Jerr>m» »n— ,.« t-«i>n asd >»
carriage. L«>t» $;' op. Telepboo* *Ckkl Grasarey for
Bock M Views or representative
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Itair. ->tfph»« Mrrritt. •«* worH-wm»-t«<iwii uailar
tai£?r. »>n!y one p!a<-» ef hu»jne«a, »«h At*. aa<t ittH
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