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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
NEXf CONGRESS
IS DEMOCRATIC
U.S. Senate Has Been Gained
by Democrats and
House Retained.
GREAT VICTORY
The Democrats Have Lower
House by 170 Plurality
Over Republicans.
THE SENATE IS CLOSE
Uncle Joe Cannon Has
Narrow Call and May
Be Defeated.
a
iY FEW BULL MOOSE
Democrats Arc Now Tinck in
Tall Power for First. Time
4 Since 1892.
vVi h
The Democrats will control tho noxt
Congress? TitE Bun's returns Indicuto
that they havo carried tho United
i States Senato by a majority of sis over
1 the Republicans. This will givo tho
Democrat Si members in tho Senate,
.bare majority of this body being 49.
i The Democrats havo carried tho noxt
House by an overwhelming margin.
i They will apparently havo u plurality
over the Republicans of 170.
Their present margin over tho Repub
licans is only 71. Many old Republican
, warriors were defeated. One of them may
. fa Undo Joo Cannon.
Yesterday's balloting has given tho
i Democrats full control at 'Washington for
, the flrstjimo slnco lb02.
DEMOCRATS CAPTURE SENATE.
Itetnrna Indicate Demoernta Will
j Control Srnntf bjr Mnjorlty of tl.
The' Sdk's rotunis indicates that
the Demborats captured tho United
States Senate as well as tho House
of Representatives. According to tho
returns at midnight tho Senate, upon
the induction of'iGov. Wilson inrp tho
office' of President, will consist of 01
Democrats and 15 Republicans. The
Dehiocrats thus gain net olght Senators.
As at present constituted tho Senato is
mate up .of SO Republicans, 43 Demo
crats, thro.bing.tliree vacancies.
The State'that have apparently elected
' Legislatures that will wnd Democats
to the Senato tofcika.tho place of Itepub-
( licaas are: -.Colorado.. Iowa, "Kansas,
iaeonnu!eus.iaiiuina, ieurusKn. .w
ueraey aim vjrt?i;uii.
T I '
' Ap chief interest was centred in tho
Presidential returns figure on tho State
Legislatures were slow in coming. Thoso
'recoivjed at midnight and tho indication.
i generally of a Democratic l.uidblicm
warj-aht' tho conclusion that after a tenure
tt .Ittiuiti ivntM flw t?f.nnlli.nn ivirtT"
. . j . v , I 1
I Senate.
MasNichii'etts was the big Kurprise of
thifieiiatoMtuntion. Henry I'ahot I,odKu
ofviat Htnto will doubtless bo joined in
the'Sennto by "Honey Hoy Fitzgerald,
' Jl4ycr of ,Botcn, or Gov. l'oss.
' Two eminent Progressives were lost in
I thetorin .lo'-eph M Dixon of Monti'iia,
nnrl' Jcnuthan Ilourne. who were elected
nsifiLi. ib'.icans and deserted, will be suc
ceejde in the f-'inate by Democrats
ro- Walter S. Stubbs of Kansas, an
othtr Prosrceoive who won ids nomination
in (he, ltepublican primaries, will havo
toj.tay ut lionie 'Hie place in the Senate
to jwlrich ho nspired will Ix- filled by a
Dujr.oc.rat. Senator Will .am S. Kenyon
of Tpwa. who v;br.ites between the 1'ro
grfives nud regular Republican cr.mpa
i;iano&Vr wh'i los his politic.il life.
, Comj'IMo roturns may make some
ohiudei hi tho result, but it now nparH
tint tho ijuiiato i4 hifely Dctuocnulic.
, Kor oiini'ilA, icKrts oirly thi morning
wove that the Progressives cleared twelve
of thdr number :i tho lgbhtivo licliot
in li-'X county, New Jersey. This may
' give them Iho biiUnco of power in tho
LrgblaUire, and makes uncertain the elec
tion of llopro-entativo William Hughes,
n Domocr.ll, an tho successor of Senator
Frank O. Uriggs, liepublican.
, Dm voto in clofo in Oregon, Delaware,
Kansas and Iowa. Tho chances favor' tho
Doniocnits in Oregon and Iowu, while the
Ropublicans uro hopeful of capturing tho
fc'enatorfhlps in Delaware and Kansas.
' Tho margin is close between tho parties
and each sido is hopeful that the official
returns will change tho refeult.
1 Tho terms of thirty-two United States
1 Senators will expire on March 3, 1013. In
) addition to most of these, threo seats now
v vacant worn involved in yesterday's
j elections. Fourteen wero Democrats and
twenty-ono Republicans.
( The Democrats whoo prosent terms
J will expire noxt March aro A, O, liacon of
' Georgia, Joseph W. Hailey of Texas, John
H, Rmikhe.id of Alabama, Jeff Davis of
, Arkansas, M. J Foster of Louisiana, Oba
diah Gardner of Maine, Thomas F. Martin
of Virginia. Robert V. Owen of Oklahoma,
( Thomas II, Paynter of Kentucky, Leltoy
Percy of Mississippi, F. M, Simmons of
1 North Carolina, Henjamin It. Tillman of
'.South Carolina mid Clarence W. Watson
,of West Virginia.
Tho Republicans whoso terms end noxt
March aro William F.. Uorah of Idaho,
Jonathan liowrne, Jr., of Oregon, Frank
, O liriggs of New Jersey, Norris Drown
of Nebraska, Henry F iliirnham of Now
Hampshire, W. Murray Crane of Massa
chusetts, Shelby M. Cullom of Illinois,
Charles Curtis of Kansas, Joseph M.
Dixon of Montana, Robert J. Gamble of
South Dakota, Simon Guggenheim of
Colorado, William S. Kenyon of Iowa,
Knutn Nelson of Minnesota, Harry A.
Richard cm of Delaware, William Alden
Smith of Michigan, Francis K. Warren
of Wyoming. A Cicorgo p. Wotmoro of
llhode Island and Albert I), Fall of New
Mexico
The three vm-iiiieies in the present
Senate which were filled ut yesterday'p
elections were ciiiis.kI by thu deaths of
William I, Hughes, Dcmoc-rat, of Colo
rado, and William II 1 1 ! nu ji. Republi
can, of Idaho, mid the ousting of William
l,orlmer, Republican, of Illinois.
Several of tho Senators whose terms
will ipire next March alreudy havo been
THE VICE-PRESIDENT-ELECT
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THOMAS RILEY MARSHALL
reelected by tho State Legislatures nnd
were not therefore involved in yester
day's balloting. Senator lUnkhead of
Alabama already has been chosen to suc
ceed himself; Ollie M. James, Iemocrat,
has been elected to succeed Senator Payn
ter, Democrat, of Kentucky, and Joseph
E. Ransdoll, Democrat, has been named
to take tho placn of Senator Foster of
Iuisiana. James K. Vordaman, Demo
crat, has already been named to succeed
Senator Percy of Mississippi, and Sena
tor Martin of Virginia has been chosen
to succeed himself.
Albert . Fall or Now Mexico, Republi
can, nUo lias been reelected and inasmuch
as the Republicans of Maine havo already
carried tho legislature' of that Stato,
Edwin C. llurleigli, Repub ican. is ns
good as cho.en to i,ucceed Senator Gard
ner, Democrat. Mr. llurleigli was tho
cho'.ou pf tho Republicans nt primaries.
Primaries hold in many other States
havo already settled pretty conclus've'ly
tho representatives of those States in the
next United States Senate.
Jeff Davis of Arkansas will continue
to entertain the Senate with his tirado.5
against tho Standard Oil octopus. Sen
ator Ilacon of Georgia has been nominated
in the primaries to succeed himself nnd
the Kime U true of Senator Tillman o
South Carolina.
Several fact."' that have been familiar
to visitors in tho Senate galleries for
many years will bo missing after March
4 next S"iiator Ridley of Texas, Di-mo-crat,
who U regarded as one of the most
brilliant men who have been inthoSenato
in ri.c(iit wars, declined to Isi a candidate
for reelection and he will bo succeeded
by MorrM Shepperd. a Democrat. Sena-
tor Crane of Masaelui-tts also dropped
out voluntarily, nnd Shelby M Cullom.
who had served longer in the Senato than
anv other member of that bodv and v:hote
n..,i,.it. i, ttwi itntuhtirvin iLtrti lntis
bad: to the days of Lincoln, was defeated
in thy Illinois nrimaries by Lawrence Y.
."herman. Ih rle4 Curti of Kansas
is another regular Republican who fell
by tho waysida in the primaries. Gov.
Stubbs of Kansas a Republican progros
s ve, overwhelmed him in the primaries.
Hero is a tab o showing the next United
States Senato as indicated by Tim Sun's
returns. Names appear where candi
dates successful yesterdiy h vo been
indorsed at popular primaries:
AiailAMA. ,
Joseph I'. Johnston. I). John 11. Ilank'aead, 1).
ARKANSAS.
James P. Clarke, I). Jeff Davis, D.
AIIIZONA.
Marcus A. Smith. D. Henry I'. Asnurst. D.
CALirOHNIA.
Georse C. Perkins. It. John D. Works, ft.
COLOIIADO.
A Democrat. A Democrat.
CONNECTICUT.
Trank D. Prandeieo, ft. Oeorf e P. McLean, ft.
DELAWAIIE.
Henrj' A. du Pont. H. Probably, Democratic.
1LOHIDA.
D. U. rietcher, D. N, P. Urj'an. D,
GEOIiaiA.
Aueustus O, Dacon, D. Hoke Smith. D.
IDAHO.
A liepublican. A liepublican.
ILLINOIS.
A Hepubllcan. A Hepubllcan.
INDIANA.
Benjamin P. ShUely, D.John W. Kern, D.
IOWA.
A. II. Cummins, II. Probably Democratic.
KANSAS.
Joieph L. Drlstow, It. Probably Democratic.
KENTUCKY.
W. O. Ilradley, 11. Olllo James. D.
LOUISIANA.
John n. Thornton. D. Joseph I". Itansdell, D.
MAINi:
Charles P. Johnson, 1). IMivln C, Ilurletgh, II.
MAHYI.A.N'I).
Isldor lla nor, D. John Walter Smith, D.
MASSACHUSETTS.
Henry C. I-odcc H. A Democrat
MICHIGAN.
Chas. E. Tonnscnd, It, Wm, Alden Smith, It
.MINNESOTA .
Moses E, Clapp, P, Knutc Nelson, II.
MISSISSIPPI,
John S. Williams, D. J. K. Vardaman, I).
MISSOURI,
W. J, Stone, D. James A. Heed, D.
MONTANA.
Henry L. Mers. 1). L. J, Walsh, D.
NEIHIASKA.
Gilbert M. Hitchcock, I). Probably Democratic.
NEVADA,
l'rancls (I, Nen lands, I). Uassey, II,
NIW HAMI'SHIIIK.
JacobII.GalIlnerr.il. A llriubltcan
NEW jr.HSEY.
James K, ilartlne, D. Wm. Iluthes, D.
NEW YOltK.
Ellhu Hoot, II. James A. O'Gorman, I).
NEW MEXICO,
Thomas It ('siren, It, Albert II. Pall. II.
NOHTIl CAUOI.INA.
Lee S. Overman. D. A Democrat
.SOUTH DAKOTA.
Porter J. MrCiunbrr, II, Aslo J. Gronna, ft.
OHIO.
ThciHlnre E, llurton, II. Alice Pomerene, D.
OKLAHOMA.
Thomas P Gore. D. Hoht, L. Owen, D.
PI OI1KGON.
Geo. E. Cbambertila, D. Harry Lane. D.
PENNSYLVANIA.
Holes Penrose, It. Ocorce T. Oliver, H.
llllOIli: ISLAND.
Henry P. I.lppltt. II. A liepublican.
SOUTH CAUOI.INA.
Ilen). II. Tillman. II. Wilson 1). Smith, II.
SOLTII DAKOTA.
Cool.CraKtord.il. A Republican
TKNNKSSIX.
Luke Lee. I). A Democrat
TKXAS.
Ctaa. A. Culberwn. II. Morris Shepperil, D.
UTAH. '
Iterarttmoot, II. Ceoree Sutherland, II.
Vi:i!MC)XT.
Wm. P. Dllllncham. 11. Carroll S. Par e,- ft.
VIWilNIA. ,
Thos. S. Martin, p. Claude A. Swanson, D.
WASHINGTON. '
Weley L. Jones, II, Miles Polnderter. It.
Vi:ST VIHOINIA.
Wm. V.. Chilton. D. A Hepubllcan.
WISCONSIN.
Itobt. M. Ij rollctle. II. Isaac Stephenson, II.
WYOMING.
Clarence D. Clark, I!. l'rancls K. Warren, It.
DEMOCRATS GAIN IN HQUSE.
I'hey
Incrresr
of
Thrlr Irrarnl Lead
I to, 17(1.
Tlio next House of Representatives
will be overwhelmingly Democratic,
The Sun'S returns Indicate that tha
Democruts will babe a plurality of 170
over the Republicans In the next Iloure.
The Democrats now have only seventy
one members In excess of the Republi
can total.
It is necessary to go back to 1880 to
find a situntlon in tio lower branch of
Congress comarahlo to the ono pro-
1 sented by the results of yesterday's bal
" lotting. Then the Democrats swept the
country and tho house was organized with
i only elglily-eight Republicans.
' Several old Republican war horses
I went down in yesterday's balloting.
I Undo Joo Launon may Do among them
i New York Stato's delirntinri In thA
I next Congress will stand 31 Democrats to
! 12 Republicans. Tho present delegation
I is -divided 22 Democrats, 14 Republicans
and 1 Progressive Republican.
The Sun": figures show only 14 Dull
Jiooso Congressmen elected, although
mmy with Roosevelt leanings were elocted
as Republicans, Victor Uerger, tho only
Socialist In Congress, was defeated In
Milwaukee. Here Is the next House as
shown by This Sun's returns:
Dlst. Alabama.
1 '(1. W. Taylor. D.
2 'S. II. Dent, Jr.. D.
If, D. Clayton, D.
F. L. lllackmon, V.
J, Thomss lleDln, D.
It. P. Hobson, D.
J. L. llurnett, D.
William Richardson. D. ,
Oscar W. Underwood. D.
At Inrgo 'John W. Abercromble, D.
Dlst. Arliona.
At largo 'Carl Haydcn, D.
Dlst. Arkansas.
1 'T. II. Caraway. D.
2
3
4
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7
William A. Oldflcld, D:
J. C. Floyd. D.
Oils. P. Wlngo. D.
II. M. Jacowny, D.
8. M. Taylors, D.
W. 8. Goodwin, D.
Dlst.
California.
William Kent. P.
John K. Raker, D.
Charles F. Curry, R.
Julius Kahn, R.
John 1. Nolan, P.
Joseph It. Knnwland, R.
James C. Necdham,' R.
E. A. Hayes, It.
Charles W. Hell, P.
William D. Stephens, P.
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4
5
11
7
8
!)
10
11
namuei c i;vans, I".
Colorado,
a? J. Klndcl, D.
II. II. Seldomrldse. D.
Dlst.
1
AtlarKO Kdward T. Taylor, I).
At largo Fdwartl Keatlnc, D.
Dlst. roiinertlcut.
1 Augustine' Loncrcan, D.
2 Hryan P. Mahnn. D.
3 'Thomas L. Rellly, D.
4 'Kbenezer Hill, R.
B Thomas D. llruditrcct, It,
Dlst. Delsnar.
At largo Franklin Ilrockson, i
Dlst. Florida.
1 'Stephen M. Sparkman, l.
2 'Frank Clnrk, D.
3 Kmmett Wllsqn, D.
At largo Clatido U Kngle, D.
Dlst. Georgia.
1 'Charles O. Kdwnrds, D.
8. A. lloddepbery, D.
C. R. Crisp. V.,
W. C Adamsou, D.
William H. Howard, D,
Charles L. Harllett, P..
Gordon Lee, D.
8. J. Trlbble. D.
Thomas M. Roll, D.
Thomas W. Hnrdwlck. IJ.
.1. Randolph Walker, I).
D. M. Hushes. D.
3
4
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7
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9
10
II
12
Dlst.
Idaho.
1 ' Burton L. French, R.
a Addison T, Hmltli, R,
Dlst. Illinois.
1 .'Martin D. Madden, R.
2 'James R. Mann, R.
3 O, E. Gorman, D.
4 James T. McDermott, D.
E A, J. Habath, D.
5 A. W. Fulton, R.
T 'Frank Uuchannn, D.
i Tliom.is Qaltaghcr, D.
t Lyndon Kvans, D.
H Frank U Fowler, D.
11 Ira C. Copley, n.
12 W. II. HlneliaUKh. P.
13 Jolui C. McKenile, It.
14 'C. II, Tavenner, D.
15 8. A. Hoxworth, D.
16 C, tT. Btone, D.
17 Louis Fltz Henry, D,.
IS K. T. O'Halr; D.
1!) Charles M. Tlorcheri, D.
20 Henry T. Ilatney, D.
21 James M. Qraham, D.
22 W. N. ilaltt, D.
23 M. D. Foster, D.
24 H. Robert Fowler, D.
25 N. U. Thlstlewood, It.
At large William K. William, l.
At large L. 15. Stringer, D.
IlUt. Indiana.
1 Charles Lleb, D.
2 William A. Cullop, D.
3' William R. Cox, D.
4 'Lincoln Dixon, D,
G Ralph W. Moss, D.
6 Klnlry 11. Gray, D.
7 'Charles A. Korbley, D.
8 'J. A. M. Adair, V.
5 'Martin A. Morrison. D.
10 John II. Peterson, D.
11 Oeorire W, Rauch, D.
12 Cyrus Cllnc, D.
13 H. A. Uarnhart, D.
Dili. Iowa.
1 C. A. Kennedy, R.
2 '1,8, Pepper, D.
3 Maurice Connolly, D.
4 C. N. Hauiten, It.
5 11. A. Prouty, 11.
Milton J. McCord, R.
C. L. Price. D.
H. M. Towner, R.
William R. Green, R.
Frank P. Woods, It.
George Scott It.
Kansas'.
Daniel It. Anthony, R.
Joseph Tadgart, D.
Philip IVCamntjfll. R.
Fred S. Jackson, R.
Rollln It. Rces, R.
I. D. Young. R.
O. L. Flnley. It.
Victor Murdock, R.
Kentucky.
A. W. llerkley, D.
A. O. Stanley, D.
R. Y. .Thomas. Jr., D.
Hen Johnson, D.
Swager Sherley. D.
Arthur II. Rouse, D.
James C. Cantrlll, D.
Harvny Helm. D.
W. J. Fields, D.
J. W. Lunglcy. R.
11. II. Seavy. P.
7
8
9
10
11
Dlst,
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Dlst
1
3
4
S
6
4
8
9
10
11
Dlst. Louisiana.
1 'Albert Kstoplnal. D.
2 'Henry O. Dupre, D.
3 'Robert V. Rroussard, D.
4 'John,T. Watklns, D.
r, W. Elder. D.
6 Iewls L. Morgan, D.
7 L. Lazaro, D.
8 J." II. Aswell, D.
Dlst. Maryland.
1 'J.. II. Covington, D.
2 'J. P.- C.-Talbott. D.
3
4
6
S
Dlst.
1
George Konlg. D.
John C- Llnthlcum, D.
F. D. Smith, D.
D, J LtwJfc'D.
Main.
Asher. C. Hnes, Jl.
Daniel J. McOllllcuddy.
3 Forrest Goodwin, R.
4 Prank, E. Guernsey, R.
Dlst. , , MasaackoMtts.
1 A. T. Tre-way. R.
2 'p. 'H. Gillette, R.
3 'W.' H. WIMer, R.
4 S.'B.iWlnlow. R.
5 i. J. Rogers. R.
6 'A. P. Gardner, R.
7 Michael P. Phelan. D.
8 Fred U Dletrick; D.
9
10
11
12
13
14
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1G
E.-W7 Robert. R.
:1&V: Murray, D.
Mimas 'M. Curler,'. D.
-AHrfW:. Peiera. D.
John Wa,-R.
,JMaard'Gllmore, D.
, John ,w, Coueblin, p.
Tbomaa. &'"ThacHr.' 3.
.tJiV'; .Ak"Mlela. .
Dlst,
1 'Jfrank K. Doremus, V.
2 Is. P. ProberL P.
3 K. .V. Dlngley. P.
4 E." L. Hamilton, R.
IJ. P. Sweet. D. 1
8.- W. Smith, R.
L. C. Crampton, R.
Miles J. Purcell, D.
W. II. Bears, P.
G. .A. Ioud. R.
P. O. Llndqulat, R.
11. O. Young. R.
At large W. II. Hill, P.
Dlst. Minnesota.
I 'Sydney Anderson, R.
W. 8. Hammond, D.
C. R. Davis. R.
Frederick C. Ste-rens, R.
G. R. Smith. R.
C. A. Lindbergh. R.
A. J. Volstead. R.
C. B. Miller, R.
Halvor Stcenerson, R.
At large James Manahan, R.
Dlst. Mississippi.
1 'E. 8. Candler, Jr.. D.
2 'II. D. Stephens, D.
3 'II. O. Humphreys, D.
4 'T. IJ. Slsson. D.
5 '.4. A. WHherspoon, D.
fi H. P. Harrison, D.
7 Percy E. Qulnn, D.
8 'James W. Collier, D.
Dlst. Missouri.
1 'James T. Lloyd, D.
2 W. W. Rucker. D.
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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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16
J. W. Alexander, D.
C. P. Hoohor, D.
W. I', norland. P.
C. C. Dickinson. D.
C. W. Hamlin. D.
D. W. Shackleford. D.
Champ Clark, D.
Richard Dartholdt, R.
William Igoe, D.
M. J. Gill, D.
W. L. Hensley. D.
J. J. Russell, D.
Pearl Decker, D.
Thomas L. Rubey, D.
Dlst.
Montana,
At large Thomas Stout, D.
At large John M. Evans, D.
Dlst. Nebraska.
1 John A. Magulre, D.
2 'C. O. Lobeck, D.
3 'Dan V. Stephens, D,
4 , C. M. Sklles, D.
5 R. B. Sutherland, D.
S 811ns R. Ilarton, R.
R 'M. P. Klnkald, R.
Dlst. , Nerada.
At large Clay Tallman, D.
Dlst. New Hampshire.
1 E. E. Reed, D.
2 F. D. Currier, R.
Dlst. New Jersey.
1 W. J. Browning, R.
2 J. T. Hakcr, D.
3 'Thomas J. Scully, D.
4 A. II. Walsh, D.
5 'W. E. Tuttle. D.
6 U J. Martin, D.
7 Robert C. Rremner, D.
8 'Eugene F. Klnkead, D.
9 'Walter I. McCoy, D.
10 E. W. Townscnd, D.
1 1 John J. Kgan, D.
12 James A. Hamlll, D.
Dlst. New Mexico.
At large
II. R. Fergusson, D.
Dlst
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3
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8
10
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13
14
15
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New York.
L. Drown, D.
Dennis O'Leary. D.
I 3 P. E. Wilson. D.
II. 11. Dale, D.
J. I'. Maher, D.
W. M. Calder, R.
J. J. Fitzgerald, D.
D. J. Griffin, D,
J. It. O'Brien. D.
Herman A. Meti, D,
D. J. Rlordan, D.
H. M, Ooldfogle. D.
T. D. Sullivan. D.
J. M. Ivy, O.
M. P. Conry, D.
P. D. Doollng. D.
John P. Carew, D.
T. G. Patten, D.
Franklin Leonard, D.
Francis Burton Harrison.
30
D.
21' Mlenry George, D.
22 Henry Bruckner, D,
3 J, A, Gculden. .
24 W. R. Oglesby. D.
25 B. I, Taylor, D.
28 Edmund Piatt, R. '
27 George McClelland, D.
28 P. O. Ten Eyck, D.
tl J. I. Parker, R.
50 Samuel Wallln, R.
51 E. A. Merrltt, Jr., R.
32 'Luther W. Mott, R.
33 C. A. Talcott, D.
34 G. W. Falfchlld, R.
35 M. E. Drlscoll, R.
36 8ereno E, Payne, R. . .
37 B. 8. Underhlll, D.
38 T. B. Dunn, R. '
39 H. a. Danforth. R.
40 R.' H. Olttlngs, D.
41 C. B. Smith, D, ,
42 D. A. Drlscoll, D.
43 C. M. Hamilton, R.
Dlst. North Carolina.
1 'John 11. Small, D.
2 Claud Kltchln, D.
3 3i M. Falson, D.
4 E. W. Pou, D.
R Charles M. 8tedman, D. .
6 H. J.. Godwin. D.
7 R. N. Page. D.
8 R. L. Doughton, D.
E. Y. Webb, D.
10 J. M. Gudger, Jr., D.
Dlst. North Dakota.
1 ML T. Helgeaen. R.
2 George M. Young, R.
t P. D. Norton, H.
Dlst. Ohio.
1 Nicholas LLongworth, R.
2
3
4
S
7
8
t
10
11
12
It
14
IS
18
17
18
19
20
21
A. O. Allen, D.
Warren Oard. D.
J. H. Qoeke, D.
T. T. Anaberry, D.
D. P. Hempstead, D.
J. D. Post, D.
P. B. Willis, R.
I. R. 8herwood, D.
R. Hwltier, R.
H. C. Claypool, D.
C. L. Brumbaugh, D.
J. J. Key, D.
W. G. Sharp, D.
George White. D.
W. B. Francis, D.
W. A. Aahbrook, D.
J. J. Whltacrc, D.
E. R. Bathrlck, D.
William Gordon, D.
R. J. Bulkley, D.
At large R. L. Crosier, D.
Dlst. Oklahoma.
1 'Bird 8. McGuire, R.
2 D. T. Morgan, R.
3 J. 8. Davenport, D.
4 C. D. Carter, D.
5 8cott Ferris. D.
At large W. H. Murray, D.
At large J. B. Thompson, D.
At largo Claude Weaver, D.
Dlst. Oregon.
1 W. C. Hawley, R.
2 N. J. Blnnott, R.
3 A. W. LaJTerty, P.
Dlst. rennsylranla.
1 W. 8. Vare. R.
2
I
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
G. 8. Graham, R.
J. Hampton Moore, R.
G. W. Edmonds, R.
Michael Donohue, D.
J. W. Logur, D.
E. C. Bounnlwcll, D.
R. E. Dlfenderfer, D.
WV W. Orieat, .
J. R. Parr, R, '
John J. Casey, D.
R. E. Lee. D.
J. H. Rothermel. D.
W. D. B. Alney. R.
W. B. Wilson. D.
J. V. Leaher, D.
B. K. Focht, R,
A. 8. Krelder, R.
J. L. Hartman, R.
A. R. B rod beck, D.
C. E. Patten, R.
Curtis Gregg, D.
W. N. Carr. D.
8. A. Locock. D.
M. W. 8hreve. R.
A. Mitchell Palmer, D.
J. N. Langham, R.
J. P. Hlnei. D.
a O. rorter, nt
M. C. Kelly, R.
James P. Burke. R.
A. J. Barchftld. R. ,
13
14
15
1
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
At large P. E. Lewis, R.
At large' A. R. Ruplay, R.
At large A. H. Walters. R.
At large '-'J. VT. Morlp. R.
Dlst. llhode IaUaal. V
1 G. r. O'flhaunessy, D. T
2 Q. H. Utter, R. " '
t A. KenneOy, R.
Dlst. Booth Ca rolls.
1 'O. 8. Legare, D.
2 J. F. Byrnes, D.
3 Wyatt Atken. D.
4 J. T. Johnson. D.
5 David E. Flnley, D.
fi J. W. Ragsdale, D.
7 A. P. Lever. D.
Dlst. rVmth Dakota.
1 C. H. Dillon, R.
,2 C. H. Burke. R.
1 3 E. W. Martin. R.
Dlst. Tennetore.
1 Z. D. Masaey. P.
2 W. H. Buttram, I'.
3 J. A., Moon, D.
4 'Cordell Hull. D.
5 J. C. Beesley,D.
J. W. Byrns. D.
7 L. P. Padgett. D.
8 T. W. SlmrmvD.
9 F. J. Garrett. D.
10 K. D. McKellar, D.
Dlst. Tsias.
1
Horace Vaughn. D.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
IS
16
Martin Dies, D.
James 'Young, D.
Samuel Rayburn, D.
Jack Beall, D.
Rufui Hardy, D.
A. W. Gregg. D.
Joseph II. Eagle, D.
Q. P. Burgess, D.
A. 8. Burleson, D.
R. L. Henry, D.
Oacar Callaway, D.
J. H. Stephens. D.
J. U Slayden. D.
J. N. Garner, D.
W. R. Smith. D.
At large
At large
Dlst.
At large
At large
Hurton W. Summer, D.
V. E. aarrett'D.
Utah.
Joseph Howell, R.
M. Thomas, D.
Dlst.
Vermont.
Prank L. Green. R.
1
2
Frank Plumbey, R.
Dlst. Virginia. .
1 W. A. Jones, D.
2 E. E. Holland, D.
3 A. J. Montague, D.
4 Walter A. Watson. D.
5 E. W. Saunders, D.
6 'Carter Glass, D.
7 'James Hay, D.
8 'C. C. Carlln, D.
9 'C. B. Blemp. R.
10 MI. D. Flood, D.
Dlst Washington.
1 C. G. Helfner, D.
2 'Stanton Warburton. P.
3 W. U La Toilette, R
At large J. E. Frost, R.
At large H. B. Dewey, R.
Dlst. West Virginia.
1 J. W. Davis, D.
2 W. O. Brown. D.
3 A. B. Llttlepage, D.
4 J. M. Hamilton. D.
5 J. A. Hughes. R.
At large Ben 1L Hlnei, D.
Dlst. Wisconsin.
1
H. A. Cooper, R.
M. B. Burke, D.
J. M. Nelson, R.
W. J. Cary, R.
V. U Berger, Socialist.
J. H. Davidson, R.
J. J. Esch. R.
E. E. Browne, R.
9 T. P. Konop, D.
10 J, J, Freer, R.
11 L. L. Lenroot, R.
Dlst. Wyoming.
At large W. P. Mondell, R.
RECAPITULATION.
Democrats
Republicans
Progressives
Total '.
295
12S
15
43i
McComba to falser.
National Chairman McCombs sent
this telegram to William Sulxer:
"Please accept my hearty congratula
tions on your great victory. It Is a
great satisfaction to know that the
Democratic administration at Washing
ton will be backed up by a Democratic
administration- at Albany."
TAFT CALLS ON PARTY
President Glml Government Did
' Not Pall Into,Hunds of
Thlrd'Pnrty.
AGAIN P0TNTS OUT PEIUIi
Learns of Defeat Early Vcw
With Him nnd Only Guard
Around House.
Cincinnati, Nov. 6. President Taft
concedod tho election rt Gov. Wilson
short ly before U o'clock to-night. Mr.
Taft gave out this statement upon the re
sult of tho election:
"The returns insure tho election of Gov.
Wilson, to the Presidency. This means
an early charige In the economic policy of
the Government in reference to tho tarin.
If this chance can bo made without linlt-
ing prosperity 1 sincerely hopo It inny bo. "
Tho vote for Mr. Roosevelt, tho tlilra
party candidate, and for Mr.. Dobs, the
Socialist candidate, is warntnpt that their
propaganda in favor of fundamental
changes in our constitutional rupresontn
tfvo government has formidable" support,
While the experiment of a Change in the
tariff is being carried out by tho Dcmo
oratio administration, it behoove Re
publicans to gather again to tho party
standard and pledgo nn6w their- faith
in their party s principles unci to. or
ganize again to defend tho constitutional
government handed down to us hy our
fathers.
"Wo muet make clear to tho young men
Of the country w'' havo been weaned
away from sound principles of Govern
ment, by promise of reforms, Imposslblo
of accomplishment by moru legislation,
that patriotism and common senbo re
quire them to return to a 8upxrt of our
Constitution. Without compromising our
principles wj must convince and win back
former Republicans and wo must reon-
forco our ranks with Constitution loving
Democrats.
"Wo favor every step of progress to
ward more perfect equality of oppor
tunity and tho ridding socioty of in
justice. But wo know that ull progress
worth making is possible with our present
form of government nnd that to sacrifice
that which is of tho highest value in our
governmental structure for undefined
and imposslblo reforms is tho wildest
folly. We must faco the danger with a
clear knowledgo of what it is.
"The Republican party is equal to the
task. It has hod' no nobler cauMi. Lot
us close rankn and march forward to do
battle for tho right and tho true."
President Taft sent this congratulatory
message to Gov. Wilson at 11:30 o'clock:
"Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 5.
"Hon. Woodrow Wilton, Princeton, A'. ..:
"I cordially congratulates you on your
election and extend to you my best wfhhc s
for a successful administration.
"W. H. Taft."
President Taft received news of his
defeat at the home of his brother,
Charles P. Taft, on Pike street shortly
before dinner:
A telegraph -ofllco' was set apart in ono
of the rooms of the mansion and ubout
0 o'clock bulletins tolling of Oov. Wilson's
election and tho Democratic! landslide
began pouring over tho wires in rapid
succession.
Among the first bulletins was a report
from Acushnet, Mass., showing tho Presi
dent had carried that town, but by a
considerably reduced majority over tho
figures of four years ago. A fow minutes
later came information that Wilson had
carried New York and Massachusetts
by large majorities. Next tho announce
ment of State) Chairman Barnes of New
York conceding Now York to Gov. Wilson
ticked over the wires.
After reading these bulletins Mr. Taft
was virtually convinced of tho election
of Gov. Wilson.
With the President were his brother,
C. P. Taft; Mrs. C. P. Taft. Miss Louise
Taft, Major Thomas L. Rhoads, tho Presi
dent's military aid, and several ersonal
friends.
After reading tho first batch of bulle
tins the President and tho members of
his (tarty went down into tho dining
room for dinner nt about 7:30 o clock.
After dinner tho President and his
brother and their guests retired to the
parlor, where they hMnt several hours
discussing and tabulating tho returns
which came over the wires.
Several times when there was a lull
Mr. Taft walked Into the tolegraph room
and inquired if there were any further
bulletins.
The President was keenly interested in
the returns from Ohio, but they wero lato
in arriving because of the complicated
ballot.
The Taft residence presented a far
different appearance from the spectacle
on election night four years ago, when
the. President was elected. Then several
thousand of his fellow townsmen with
blatant homs and red fire thronged about
the mansion to congrutulato Mr. Tnft
upon his election. To-night, howover,
tho streets wero deserted and tho only
persons in tho vicinity wore the policemen
on guard around tho house.
Mr. Taft spent a quiet day. In the
morning a number of personal friends
called to pay their respeots. Shortly
after noon Mr. Taft motored to tho poll
ing place at 2008 Madison road, where ho
cast his ballot.
NEVADA GOES FOR WI1S0N.
Heavy Vote Polled nnd n (lend Denl
of. Ballot flpllttlntr.
RsNo, Nov., Nov. 5.- -Nevada will glvo
Its three electoral votes to "Wilson.
The voto all over tho State was an
unusually heavy one,
Party lines wnrn Itrnnrrv! nn.l l.nllnl.
so split that tho count Is very slow.
No forecast of tho Congress results
Is safo at present.
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DIRECTORS
BENJAMIN ALTMAN.
11. AltnisnACo.
GEO. p. IIAKI'R,
Chairman i'irsl Nstlonsl Bsnk
STEPHEN 11AKUR.
1'res. Bank ol the Msnhsllsn Co.
GEO. rt: CASE.
While . Caie, Attorneys
JOHN CLAl'LIN,
Tics. United Dry Goads Compsnics
THOMAS COCHRAN, JR.,
Vice-Prcsidtol
E. C. CONVERSE. .
President
11. P. DAVISON.
J. l Morfsn & Qo., Bsnkcrs "
JOHN I. DOWNEY.
Building Construction
ELBERT II, GARY,
Chairman, U. S. Steel Corporation
ROBERT WALTON GOELET
FRANCIS U IIINE,
Pres. First Nstionsl Bsnk
THOMAS W. LAMONT.
J. I". Mor(su& Co., Bsnkcrs
RANALD II. MACDONALD.
Real Estate
EDGAR L. MARSTON,
Blsir&Co., Bsnkcrs
i. B. MART1NDALB,
Frcs. Chemical Nstionsl Bsnk
GATES W. McGARRAH.
I'res. Mcchsnlcsft MclslsNal. Bsnk
CHARLES A. PEABODY.
Pres. Mutusl Life Insurance Co.
D. E. POMEROY.
VicsPrcs. Bankers Trust Co.
WILLIAM II. PORTER, .
J. P. Mortsn & Co., Bsnkcrs
SEWARD PROSSER,
Pres. Liberty Nslioosl Bsnk
DANIEL G. REID,
Rock Iifsnd System
DOUGLAS ROBINSON,
Rcsl Estste
ARCHIBALD D. RUSSELL
ALEXANDER H. STEVENS.
Vice-President
BENJAMIN STRONG. JR..
Vice-Pres. Bsnkcrs Trust Co.
CHARLES L. TIFFANY.
Vice Pres. Tilsny & Co.
-THEODORE N. VAIL.
Pres. American Tel. A Tel. Co.
ALBERT H. WIGGIN.
Pres. Cksss Nstionsl Bsnk
OFFICERS
E. C. CONVERSE,
President
ALEXANDER H. STEVENS.
Vlce President
.THOMAS COCHRAN. JR..
Vice President
HENRY J. COCHRAN,
Vice President
nAUKLRY WYCKOFP,
Cashier
JAMES it. TROWBRIDGE.
Secretary
HOWARD BOOCOCK,
Trcssurer
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