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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ,6, 191.
HOW WHOLE CITY
VOIEDDETAIL
Wilson nnd Sulfcer Even
in Early Stages of
Balloting.
TAFT ALWAYS THIRD
AH Save a Very Few
Districts Went for
Jersey Democrat.
KOOSKVELT GETS A COUPLE
Progressive Candidate Break
In on Clean Sweep of As
sembly Districts.
First Indications of the vote for Presi
dent In Manhattan were for Wilson by
100.000 or more. Thp earliest ten dis
tricts pnve lilm that plurality over
Roosevelt, who was always second.
When 140 districts were counted WIN
fon'it Indicated advantage over the head
rf the Progressive ticket was 89,000.
Hrooklyn. starting around 51,000, showed
the Democratic candidate gaining all
the time. Wilson, Hoosevelt. Taft with
the first named strongly ahead was the
cr.ir of the early returns In Queens and
Ittchmond.
" The vote on Governor was delayed be
iaue the Presidential returns had the
r:ht of way. At 6:20 P. M. the first
five districts In Manhattan for Gover
nor Indicated Sulrer would have 112.000
lead over Straus. The first flvo districts
In Brooklyn forecasted Sulzer leading
Straus by 28,000 for (he whole borough.
At 6:10 I. M.. a third of all the dis
tricts in Manhattan Indicated a plurality
for Wilson of 84,000.
In Queens for Governor the first ten
districts to be counted had Sulzer lead
ins Straus by nearly three to one.
The first Manhattan Assembly district
tn report complete on the Presidential
ticket was the Twenty-second, at 7:20
o'clock. This was comfortably for Wil
son, who had 3.939 votes to 1,919 for
Itoesevelt, and 1,077 for Taft.' It was
followed a few moments later by the
Fventy-elghth. which conformed to the
run of things by giving Wilson S.9S9
votes, Iloosevelt 1,720 and Taft 1,373.
One Interesting return was that from
the Second Assembly district, where a
fisht Is being made on Tom Foley as
leader. There was no Indication of any
disaffection In the vote for President.
Wilson receiving the normal Demo
cratic strength of the poll.
When the returns for 1.C30 of the
1,730 districts in the Greater City had
been counted, the Democratic candi
date had 294,111 votes, and the com
bined RooBevelt-Taft vote was 291,173
votes, a difference of only 64 votes.
Not until thirteen complete Assembly
districts had been tabulated was one
found In which Taft ledovcr P.ooae-
elt. That was In the Twenty-seventh
.Manhattan district, which was carried
by Wilson. Taft was second here.
The first of the Assembly districts to
be counted for Hoosevelt was the Thirty
first, where he had 1,000 more than
Wilson and 2,800 more votes than Taft.
Another was the Twenty-third In
liiooklyn, which he carried by 300 over
.Wilson and 2,500 over Taft.,
The late returns showed Wilson and
Sulzer running Just about even In Man
hattan. Martin H. Ulynn ran con
sistently ahead of Sulzer.
Stanbnttaai anal Urom Vole- for
President.
NEXT GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK
II tKtts'
II .IIIIIII&IIIh Jaaaliliilfl
Get Rid of
All Handicaps
Opyrltht by Uarreau.
WILLIAM SULZER
M
15
ODERN com
merce is merci
less. Erery cent
you pay for rent,
cartage, labor,
insurance and
power in excess
of what your
competitor pays
for the same
things is reflected to your disad
vantage either in your selling price
or your profits.
BUSH TERMINAL offers every manu
facturer a chance to start the race for
market under better conditions than his
competitor.
'We eliminate the handicaps of trade:
and If you And your present business
hobbled with antiquated "orerhead" and
hampered by conditions that stifle expan
sion, it is high time you had a twenty
minute session with a BUSH TERMINAL
representaUve.
To prepare the way, we'll send our
"Economy" booklet on request.
Bush Terminal Co.
General Officer
100 Broad Street, New York City
I I
Julius It. Itfl'rr. Pros. . :m:
Harrison oer littler. 0.x
It Election districts uil.slng.
SI Henry (iconic, Jr., Den. and Ind. 1..
Martin C. Ansorgr. Itep. . .
Jerome F. Itellly, Prog
Ceorjc over Itellly, .1511.
'.'4 Clectl-.in district missing.
33 Henry llruckner. Hem I
Hurus r. Johnson, nep. anu inn. I.
Irvlnir M. Crane. IToc...
Uruckner over Crane. (WIS.
: l.'lec'tton dltrlcl mlslng.
K
yr.t
nit
SS33
(094
U04
' y Wilton. Taft, Hoosevelt,
llt, Dem. Hep. I'ror.
I W I3S3 I3l
S41I 73 I(C4
: m 7Kt i;u
4 :sk 73i nn
i mi nil 1K4
; ini isss mi
; 4407 n;a io;
3134 SIS 3139
V SS8.1 Ml 1417
I'l 3314 I3SS 3104
It l I ISO 1416
1.' 441 tit I2M
II 4021 104) M7
H 4S44 KOI 137
I' SOW t7 JClt
15 '4117 DM 1111
4St2 3410 1311
I' SMI IS73 1770
7044 317U 478
' 408S I0M ISM
:i 4144 341 40
- 3t9 1077 IMS
I! llliO K17 I77A
soot asa
J737 33l 3030
" 3M) 1100 3&0
" 37 KOI ltM
'i 31S5 67i IMS
4 SO 357 J jjgj,
!0 5S7S IMS J77
: .... SSI 4 3141 iti3
" IIOO JW 7347
33 M43 1044 3410
34 S3I1 7171
SS 8S4 7 3111 4307
1 "!. 1M.M7 J.70: M.I74
Wllwn overTaft, I03.SW; over Hootertlt, 87.491.
Klfctlon ilUtrlcta mlialnr,
I
7
I
I
I
I,
1
1
9
II
II
I.'
n
' 14
13
II
17
H
Yl
1I
:i
HrnnUIrn Vote for Prraldeal,
V WIIon. Taft. RnoMTelt.
Hem. (lep. Prof.
4CM 3001 31(4
lli SSI 7
4541 74 1114
.... SUM 3083 3408
... 4443 3807 387S
3f41 1904 3S47
41l 1337 lilt
4.143 I1S3 1174
. . . 77M 3733 UO
4771 3341 :m
4413 3444 3(13
4191 10711 34S7
3813 l5) 7't
. . 3004 Una 14
4434 IM4 I7J4
783 4 3411 SOtll
317a :7I 3437
7(01 8Vi i67
3474 IMI 1170
O0.I 3311 :sw
3101 1017 17l
(M7 7t4 08(7
4937 347 4143
Towia 5HM IlKi
Iwnoifr I an, 4S0; over.Roo,evelt, 17.34
""hiilian and Ilronx Vote for
fiorernor.
I'm
l
In.
Huljer.
Hem.
3711
3oa
llfdffn. Siraui,
fep. l'ro,
M luai
Ki 334J
S 4143 393 1838
4 3378 34S 3C3
4 t(H S77 HIS
1310 MS 3848
7 4391 1M 1397
8 147(1 131 3154
4013 37 1343
10 3319 1T( 3781
11 1709 lfH 1331
13 4tl SH 1335
13 379 ItH 1479
14 4T1A ll3 1001
14 4154 3996
1J UM f7ft IH4
17 4171 30tl 3MS
11 U7l t'31 1700
1 411 3.-.11 4492
SO 1I3 7ll I8I0
;i 14 tl ;(I3I 1914
23 I3CI t41 1S34
23 IHCl t.1 KI B713
21 30) SO I49S
2S 35 331 3050
3S 33T1 1M 3797
37 3911 I32J 3311
15 33S3 i 1901
2 3171 3( SMI
CO 4111 ISS9 3644
31 3.81 13I1 WW
32 inail 31l 7413
S3 4113 1511 3101
34 P33 31A1 8847
S3 W73 SM3 4334
Tolald.. . . 117314 4?90X 108574
Sutler over Untie.. 108143: over Slraux. 47773
IS r.lectlon dlitrlcta mlnslni.
Brooklyn Vntr for fiorrrniir.
As-- fiilrer Hedief. Straus.
U'l, Dem Hej. Prof.
1 ... S7 1 18M 3101
2 405(1 M 1311
3 4348 713 IIS
4 3tH 1 3401
4 4437 3333 , 333S
a 1737 1(01 3MI
; 178! 1131 I36l
5 :) I'M 1370
. 7405 3111 I0VI
IS 4191 :i'7 31 la
U 43M 1711 J1S7
13 5301 Sltt 3310
11 .177 1376 1639
14 3731 1S1 1116
14 4ltJ 1413 1.141
15 756.1 31.17 5754
17 SS.11 1140 3971
11 ft8J 5331 fMO
19 f'13 1361 1713
20 3C6I 307) 1S66
31 lfll 643 3436
23 Wll '611 1.707
33 ... 4309 3136 6158
Totals 104777 40.193 64466
rulrer over Hedt n. f53Sl: ocr Mram 38311.
10 Election dlMrlcH mhMnr.
Unnliattain il llroni Vote for I.lea-Irnanl-lioveriiiir,
Wad- Daven-
.UiV Cllynn. woith. port,
Dial. I'em. Hep. Pr.
I 3704 961 1(33
2.! SIM 391 1830
I 5H5 421 1461
4 333 4 317 1391
5211 943 1076
1196 1187 si:
1 4111 1137 1114
1483 35.1 3S7I
i... 4134 841 1177
10 33(41 700 3S60
1 ' 6306 KIM 1137
12 4SP3 461 U7
(j 5749 873 lira
!"', 4714 I46 973
j" ; 416 SMITH 33C3
u"",'. 4201 890 1SI56
17,",' 4313 3113 375
j" ' 4103 1149 1481
It"", 6314 347.1 4664
jo" 413J 761 IUW
jj '" 4930 3U.1 4431
2J 437J 8!0 1664
2j' ' 11306 4497 tlM
24',' 3t0l 673 1399
2J ,'. 3604 23J4 1814
24 ' 3457 119 3831
27'! 3989 3114 lt4
" ' 3344 6.H 1614
2,." 4(81 2331 372
0 4860 1719 JS:0
31 1378 5464
S3 1 11337 3870 6.V.0
S3- 5133 1376 3663
34 "IM 3.1VI 6788
35 43548 3860 4344
ToUlt.... 183.101 49 666 31.488
Glynn over Wadiworth, 113,435; over Daven
port, 70.615.
38 Election dlitrlcta mlmlnc
Brooklrn Vote for Mratrnant.
iiorernor,
U'adn. I)aen-
Aaa'y I (ilynn, north, port,
Dltl. JJem. Itep. Proe.
1 3587 1!88 1103
2 S6.H 6111 49
3 4 718 881
4 3734 1814 1976
t ! " 3111 3847
6 -834 lilt) 3763
7 !84 1197 1172
5 '337 IC21 13.17
9 7441 24IS 3760
10 4163 1393 USI
11 348 2401
11 4863 316 3615
IS ?M 1143 1377
14... 'M 7I 1468
It 4341 1303 4
11 7656 3397 SIB
17 3613 3112 3791
It 7311 M'S 51(3
11 ... i3l1 ICS! 24
30 3970 3073 1797
31, . . ,, 3014 63J 1779
33 M m IM
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR- ELECT
BBftftftftftftftftnftftftftftftftftftftftftnl.i.;v..,''M . .v 'H
iV-. taallllllllllH
MARTIN H. GLYNN
William J. (VOorman, Prof
Stllwsll crvar O'Ocr.nan, C341,
SO Kteelloo dUtrtcli mlslo(
32 Anthony J.Orlffln, Dtm
PaulC. Hunter. Hep. 4V Ind. I...
WlUUafiWa.Pror... t
Orl.Tn over Beers. 7S8S.
38 Flection dlstrlelt mtwlnr
6M6
I7SM
6S73
l!)l
a..
4461
3134
4740
Totals... 101161 4S311 69791
Glynn over W'adsworth. 54(99, mer Daven
port. 45(69.
38 Klfctlon districts mljslni.
Inprrinr Court, .V. V. County.
Thomas F Donnelly, Dem. and Ind. I,
Benjamin V O. Drown, Pep.
Hector M. Hltchlnr, 1'roi
Donnelly over Hltchtngs, 73.6J1,
44 Klertlon districts mlsslnt,
Kdward CI. Whltaker. Dem..
Abraham S, Gilbert. Hep. and Ind. I,
James .1. riumald, Prof.
Whllaker over Fltijerald, 67,813.
45 Hlectlon dltrlcti mUklnr.
157.973
t3.1(i4
85.112
153,338
. 59.413
84,504
14817
39 LI
4173
4311
411
34.13
Vnli for C'onKreaainrn, . V. Coanly.
DIM.
11 Daniel J. Itlordan. Dem ....
William li. Hose, Hep.. .
William Wirt Mill". Pror. and Ind. I,,
Itlordan over 14111s, 10494,
3 election districts mtalnr.
13 - Henry M, Goldfojle, Dem. and Ind, I..
Alexander Wolf, Hep. . . ,
lleury Moslem lit, Pros.. . .
Gn'dfozle mcr Markonltz. 1)16.
3 I'.lecllnn districts mlsflnir.
13 Timothy D, Sullivan, Dem
.1. II. (i. Itlnehart, Hep, and Ind. I,
Slimuiiil s. Hotter, Prog, .
Millhan over Knu'r. 1817,
4 Hlectlon districts mlsslnr,
14 -Jefterhon U, Levy, Dem. and Ind, I..
K, Crosby Hlndlclierger. Hep
Abraham II Goodman, Prog
Levy mer Gocdaian, 4314,
15 -Michael r. C'onry, Dem
I rancls A, O'Neill. Hep
James II, Illckey, Prog
I rederlcU (1. Iicey, Ind. I
Coury uer lllrliey, 13009.
IS Peier J. Doollng, Dem." .. . .
IranclH C Dale, Hep. and Ind ,I
Timothy llc.ily. Prog
Dialling mer Dale, fc5.
tt Klcrilnn dUlik'ls' ml.slng.
17 - John 1". Orrw, Dem
CI irden 1,. Mills, Hep.
I.lndon Hates, .ir , Prog, and Ind. I. .
Carew over Mates, 4115,
4 Hlectlon districts missing,
IS -Thiimat. G. Patten, Dem... .
B. Waller Kaufman, Hep. and Ind, I,.
Amos It. 1:, I'lmhot, prog.,,
Patten over Plnrhot, 7073.
3 IHectloii dlslrlcis mlhslng.
U -rranklln Leonard, Jr., Ilern.,
Alexander flrough, Hep
Wallef.M, Clinndlrr, Prog, and Ind, I,.
Leonard over ClinndJrr, 66.
13 I'.lecilon districts missing.
30 -hranrls llurton Harrison, Dem. ,
Abram Goodman, hep. and Ind. L,.,,
33 Joseph A. Goulden, Dem
Peter Vnne, Hep. and Ind. L. ..
i:. .1. L. Haldlrls, Prog. . .
Goulden nter Haldlrls, Soul,
3d Llecilon districts mlrslng.
34 Wood, on It.Uglesby, Dem. and Ind. I..
Ilcrtun I). Kingman, Rep.
Alfred I). Smith, Prog. . .
OgIe,by oer hmlth, 3193,
II Hlectlon districts missing.
14345
6774
MSI
TOSS
31344
4591
Vote for Aaskrmblrsara, It. Y. Con air,
DM.
X Thomas n. Cauihlaa, Dem
Chester A. Vette, Hep
John Comarr. Prog
Cauihtan over Vette. 2S3S.
3 Alfred K. Smith, pem ,, ,y
Morris Cohen, Rep
Joshua flprayregen, Prog ,
Smith over Sprayregen, UTS.
s Harry 1:. Oxford, Dam
John Sautlmauro. Rap ,
Crrsceoao Catgttno, Prog
Oxford over Carttano, 3311.
4 Aaron J. Levy, Dem. anit Ind. L...
U wis Nadel, Hep... ,
Jacob Stutsky, Prog
Levy over Stutsky, 1314,
5 James J Waller, Dem ,
Byron O. Horton, Hep
Patrick J. Canavan, Prog
Kllaa Jones. IndL
Wllker over Canavan. 4001.
- Jacob Sllvertteln, Item
Harry Kopp, Rep. and Ind. L
Albert Gelssler, Prog
Stlversteln over Gelnler, Its.
4 r.lectlon districts missing.
7 -Peter P. McR lllgott, Dem
Kdwln T. Barclay, Hep. and Ind. L. . ,
rrank A. McCarthy, Prof
MefClllgo'tt over McCarthy, 8071.
1 Klectlon districts missing.
8 Sidney Scarlln, Dem
George L. Livingston, Rep. and Ind. L.
Solomon Sufrln, Prog
Sufrtn oser Scarlln, 413.
-Ohcrles D. Donohue, Dam. . .
Charles H. Hussey, Rep. and Prog... .
Donohue over Hussey, 179.
10 Meyer Greenberg, Dem
Herman Welsa, Rep
Mailm lllrnkrant, Prog
Dlrnkrant our Greenberg. 36. .
11 John Kerrigan, Dem, and Ind. L, :.
John L. Henry, Rep. and Prog
Kerilgan oer Henry, 3174.
7 Hlectlon districts misting.
13 Joseph D. Kelly, Cem
Henry Bossert, Rep
Joseph'r. Frelbley, Prog
Oscar IV. Naeher, Ind. I.
Kelly over Frelbley. 3794.
I Election districts missing.
13 James C. Campbell. Dem
James J. Ryan, Hep. A Prog
Campbell over Hi an, (3.
3 Election districts minting.
14 Robert L. Tudor. Dem..
Daniel Tl, Thompson, Hep. .. .
I'red P. Beaudry, Pror. and Ind. L.. .
Tudor over Thompson, 30:o.
I Klectlon districts missing.
13 Theodore Hacked Ward, Dem.,
Henry J. Crawford, Rep... .
Alberl H. Dyetl. Prog, !nd. U
Ward over Craf)id, til.
16 -Martin G. McCue, Dem ....
Henry H. Frelder, Hep... ....
James J. Murray, Prog, ft ind. I
UcCue over Murray, 3301.
17 -Mark Klsner. Dem. L Ind. I
Martin Uourke, Rep..
George W. Salinger. Prog.. .,
I.Isner over Salllnger. 134
6 Election districts nesting.
IS -Mark Goldberg, Dem
Arnold LoefTrl. Hep..
Michael A. HroJerlck. I'rnr ft Ind. U.
Goldberg over UroJrrlc. 1911
3576
1000
1061
8751
433
1673
(045
453
1404
3739
SKI
1414
1107
U44
1106
90
1943
ItlS
1734
4238
1011
1217
1885
67S
3298
3131
3643
3339
3 S3
3356
4MS
597
1091
56
3301
3319
4303
1713
1106
4470
s:tD
3'JCS
384 S
780
1553
sirs
1P4!
3144
3.60 for Men's Shoes
s X
that were originally 4.50 and 5.00
That's the sort of a sale this is.
! The opportunities to buy Saks shoes at such liberal
reductions as those in this ' sale are so few and far
between that the wisdom of prompt action is obvious.
5 7.20 expended today will give you a pair of hardy
shoes'for Winter wear, and a pair of snappy dress shoes
for those social evenings when you shed the lustre of
your presence into other people's lives.
J Every pair of shoes in this offering has been taken
from regular stock, and even the new. price of 360
cannot for a moment shut out the fact that these shoes
are standard 4.50 and 5.00 qualities.
J The offering contains black calf and gun metal
shoes in lace, button and Bluchcr models, single or
double soled; Russia calf and black vici kid, in Bluchcr
and lace styles; and patent leather shoes, in lace and
button models. All sizes and all widths. Fifth floor.
Broadway gRS &ffiflmim?lj at 34th St.
FOUNDED 1856
BROKW BROTHERS
MEMS & BOYS' CLOTHING.HATS & FURNISHINGS
a few of the good qualities of our
and Overcoats arc apparent when
arc first worn.
5074
1044
33IS
8818
3530
4511
16H01
4781
4793
335
13571
6133
4403
IIIM
4737
5178
11118
4859
eats
I1M.1
477.
1107
3SU
1076
I. 1.
Vole for Srnalora, N. V. County.
Dltt.
II -Christopher D. bullUan, Dem, 4 I. L. 69S3
.larob Shapiro, Dep. 930
Nathan Hntnolt. Prog. . , 1604
Sullivan ucr Itatnotl, 3676.
7 Election districts missing,
13 John ('. ntrgerald, Dem, & Ind. 1
llduard Tannehaum, Hep..
George .1, .Schneider. Prog..
I'lugerald over .Schneider. S05I,
7 I'lertlon districts missing.
13 Jamet, I), McClelland. Dem
Alexander J, Lindsay, Hep,
Joseph A, Durkln, Ping...
.loieph U'IIUImhui, Ind. 1. ..
McClelland oer Durkln, 9138,
3 Llecllon districts missing,
14 -.lames ,. 1'olcy Dem
Thomas Hock Itep
iJiurenco J, MrMahon, Prog.
James P. t'ullrn, Ind. L. .
I'oley orr Hock, 0113,
3 I. lection districts mUMnr.
13 John J. Iloylon, Dim..
'I hemes I'. Dcvlne, Itep., Prog, 4
Iloylan ocr Devlne, 3134,
10 I'lecllon districts missing,
16 - llohert P. Wagner, Dem, ft Ind, I,
Mas Grcenbergcr, Hep.,
John Ho2ufll, Prog,
U (inner over Uutrufll, 6183,
3 I'lecllon districts missing.
17 Waller II. Derrick. Dem
IMuord K. Malrcl, Hep
Vlrlur llaitas. Prog
John M. Harding, Ind, I
Merrick over Dalrd, 3177.
5 I'lecllon districts missing.
18 - Henry W. Pollock, Dem..
John I', Yawger, Hep
William M, Henncl, Piog, 4 Ind. I,
Pollwk over llennel,37r4.
14 Election rilktrlrts misting,
III (icorge'W, Mnipkon, Hem., . .
Joslah T. .NCHrnmb, Hep
Henry Snlant, Prog
Simpson mer Salani, 4TS.
0 Hlectlon districts missing.
10 -JamesJ, rrawley, Dem.,
Augiul II. Ilauer. Ite)..
Jercmlah Kelleher, Prog,
Fraulcy ocr Kelleher, 1116,
IS I'.lecilon districts missing.
31 - Stephen J, Stllwell. Dem 11707
Morris b. Shector. Hep. 4 Ind. L I7M
8176
3419
4735
13713
3777
3284
347
13013
330)
3139
331
lirB
6378
10173
1578
S90I
9325
7I4S
1.18
316
lfif7S
4738
8333
18146
8434
176S7
5410
13)1
S934
It Thomas r. Denney, Dem
Charles If, Wilson. Hep.
Samuel I. llartm&n. Prog, ft Inl. 1...
Denney over llarlman. 1198
4 Kleotlon districts mlssln;.
30 Patrick J. McGrath. Dem.
Julius Hallhelmr. Itep
John D. Kahrs. Prog, ft Ind. 1
McUraln over Kahrt, 3 II J.
1 Klectlon district mlsslnx.
31 Thomas Kane, Dem,,
Dean .Nelson, Hep. ft Ind, U
Iloract W. Palmer, Pro:
Kane over Palmer, 313.
1 Election district missing.
33 -Hdward Weil. Dem A Ind. I.
George r. O'Neill, Itep
Benjamin K. Uoore, Prog
Well over Moore, 2103,
S Election districts ml, sing.
31 -Duvld C. Lewis. Dem
Sidney Clinton Crane. Hep.
Henry 8. MansCeld, Prog, ft Ind. I
Lewis over Slansneid. 3135.
I Klectlon district missing.
34 -Owrn M. Klernan. Dem
Ilentareln Swartr. Hep
Thomas Simpson, Pror. ft Ind, I
Klernan over btmpsun, 1115.
3 Klectlon districts ml,slng.
31 David II. Knotl, Dem
Francis It. Stoddard, Jr.. Hep. ft Ir.d I.
Hrsklne 11. Ksslg. Piog
Knott over Stoddard, 4M
34 Abraham Greenberg, Dem. ft Ind. I...
Mai K. Sanders, Hep. .
Joseph Steinberg, Prog
Greenberg oer Zanders, 6t.
10 Klectlon districts mt4sing
37 Raymond H. CaneV. Dem, aud Ind I.
Joseph W. Spencer, Hep
Schuyler M. Meyer, Prog.,
Carver over fpencer, 400.
5 Klectlon dtsitlcts riltslng.
38 -Salvatore A. Cotlllo, Dem,
Charles Nmello, Hep. and lud. I.
George i'.. Fendlatcr. Prog
Ollllo over Fendlater, 613
1 Klectlon district missing.
39 -Charles J. Carroll. Dem
Bruce M. Falconer. Hep. and Ind. I...
William C. Baldwin. Prog.
Carroll over Falconer. 1104,
30 - Louis A, Cuvllller. Dem
William Duggan, Hep. and Ind. 1.
Henry narnetl, I'rog,
Cmilllrr over Darnell, 331
33 Klectlon districts missing,
31 Isaac Sternberg. Dem, . .
Alfred II. Jawoiower, Hep
Michael Sehaap. Prog, and Ind. L. .
i-'rbaap over Sternberg, 1SSS.
3 Klectlon districts missing.
33 l-ouls 1). Clibbs. Dem,
Louis P. Grimier. Rep,
William Waehlel. Prog, and Ind. U .
Cilbbi over Wacutel, 4631,
4 Klectlon districts missing.
33 Thomas J. Lane, Dem.,
.lames S. Leslie, Rep. and Ind. K
Kdward Krlegtr, Prog ..
I.ano over Kricger, 7003.
6 Klectlon districts missing,
14 -Patrick J, McMahon, Dem
Charles I, Fleck. Hep. and Ind.
Dtto iiensrhel. Prog.
McMahon over Ilenschel, 1783.
Itt Klectlon districts missing.
34 - Krnesl K. L. Hammer, Dem.
John Yule, Rep. and Ind, U
Max Gross, Prog.,,.
Hammer over Gross, 3717.
6 I lection districts missing.
3814
PJ33
1311
l
1710
3691
45 tt
3VJI
770 1
1431 I
I
Only
Suits
they
Not until they have had long and severe
wear is their full value appreciated. Their
dependable materials and careful tailoring
assure lasting fit and style.
Fall Suits ' $18 to $50
Fall Overcoats $16 to $42
Astor Place' &l Fourth Avenue '
SUBWAY AT THE DOOR-ONE BLOCK. FROM BROADWAY,
4153
3 a? !
4:ci I
i
3171 ,
nit ;
1861 !
IN ILLINOIS IS 115,000
Colonel ..cutis in CliicKjro liy
i iino .....I li.v.i n Vl.it,.
1 .i.wmr. is ibis .-.nts. ,
Averages I'p.
10J38 I
il',0 .
84IS
rXCI.E JOE CANNON WINS
rjsj
4II
1138
ur: I
:mi I
1617 '
976 I
387
366
3306
UM
3tS3
6i
1139
S833
3730
3491
1738
735
I4U7
3041
l(l
4931
nuts
3840
56)7
4117
3101
6307
3199
1135
7394
11U3
36X7
liiflinitions Arc Tim! I Mm m,
Dcmocrjit. Will IUmiJ Dpimm'II
for (lovernor.
THE GOVERNORS ELECTED.
DrniiH'ratlc Sirrep llrdrrlrtl In
Slntr Tlt'Lrl.
On Urn basis of retiirntt avuilalile at
mldiiitflu die following taliltt shown thu
ri'Hiilt, on the heed of the ticket in the
various Slate elections:
(inl rrnora Kleclrd.
Name.
C, :. I'arkr, II
.S. K, II.UMu, II.
Kstlmated
I luiaim.
S.KI0
3..V4I
P. Trammel), I)
..I. II. Hawlev, II
I . n.nnc. I)
S. M. Iialston, D
,G, IV. Clarke, II .
A, Oappes, l(
i:. N. r oss, II,
Stale.
Coloraan
Connecticut
Delaware
I lortla
luahn,
Illinois
Indiana
loa
I Kansas
Masarhnselts
Mlehlran
Ml.ine.oia V.. o. Hberhart, I)
Missouri . K. V. Maor. D ..
1 Montana .M. V, Stcmarl. 11
I.Nebraska J, II, Morehead, II
-ctviiaiiiifsairc.i . iiuux.icr, n...
New York William Mutter, D.
North Carolina., I., iralg. I).
North Dakota.. L. II. Ilanna, It .
Ohio James M. Cot, I),
HhoJe Island .J. I'othler. K.
So. th Carolina. 4?. K. Illflase. II ltnnnn,H.4i.r.ii
South Dakota,, H. S. Johnson, II, a.urn
Tennessee,, II. McMillan, I).. i.,.uo
Tesas. I). II. CnlKltl. II., iMi.u.i
I'tah . William spry, K., u-.iki
tanhgtiin.. M, i , hai.lt,, Iv.no
West lrglola., W. II. Thompson, l) .1.0 j
Wisconsin, . . .J.C, Karel, I. , . . iv.im
Will bo eltctad by a Hepubllcan Legislature.
35.(110
1 ,5441
lll.l)
I07.U0
, sn.ouu
30.000
an. 110
30,((tn
s,au
S.ouo
IU.IISI
lui.iro
M.uu
3,(141
I34.USI
3.USI
C'llli'Atid. Nov. .'.-Col. Koonewlt Itiih
carried llllttoit by u hatiilbotne plurality,
jtidgin. ly iho icttinm received liom
more limn one-third or the pivHtieis in
Chicago and from 11 small I'.o.'tion of Hie
districts otitfrldo of Cook cotttity.
Indicntioiitt are he will ko out of Chicago
witli a l-nd of IS.fluti oe,' Wilt.oti, v:ho i
In wjcond place, and it it Ix-licVed he
lime ut least HKt.ion more In ihe tlowii
Slaleconntlcij. Klectlon ImlltlliiH trom this Sic.te have
been nlmoxt tmiformly report k or lioiw
ell sticceHK, lint there ri) two ciiivkh
to hit progress. Ogle cottnly , th home of.
former CongrexHiuun l-'rimk O. 1 owdett,
i Kaid to have given Tiifi n plnrr.lity
or 100, and incomplete tlKUi'r point to n
Tuft victory In St. Clair count '. the home
of CoiiKrct-smau ltod-nbcrg.
Returns from mure tlnn hill' l'i" '"-'
cincts of t'lilrwgo indicate that I)imn'.
Uemocrntio cnimidule for (ioveinor. 1ih
carried tho 1 liy over Deneen U;e;)iil)ll"in)
by bS.Otw to 70,000 plurality I'tinU (I'rn
atressive cundidale) npiwifetttlv Im. 10
oeived nlwtit 40 or cent, of the Hepulillcan
voto and U third in I he raw,
William h. O'Comiull. I)unr.e' cimpnign
manager, doclares tint Uttnne will go out
of Chicago with kj.ooo to the good, und
that he will carry tin State by rjo.tiiil.
John McQillen. chuirm ui or tho execn
live committee of tho County Democracy,
placed Dunne's plurality in Cook county
at "50,000 or more,"
One-third of Chicago') precinctH give
Hoosevelt u lead over Wihon of .1,(111 au.l
75 precincts outsido of Cook county givo
him a plurality over Wilson of a.ri'W. wliluh
means u lead In thu down-Slate counties
of 100,000 ir that ratio is maintained.
Kor 11 time it looked as ir Wilson might
contest with Hoosevelt for tho city, but as
the returns accumulated the formor Presi
dent slowly pulled away from his closest
rival.
Sufficient figures are nt hand to show
that the Colonel's xpularity here was
not a mutter -or locality. He ran strong
in Democrolio wards nnd polled a heavier
voto in Hepubllcan wards. Ho took the
lead fioni the first figures lecelved und
never was headed off
From the meagre returns from the
down State districts it is evident Hoo4j
velt is running strong Kleveu precincts
outside of this county give him 1,109,
Wilson 807 and Tart
One ward of Hockrord barely tnUsj.i
lieing unanimous In its sup oi l of Koosj
vclt, and in another ho was out of hailing
distance. Incomplete figures from C!als
burg Rive lilin twice the vote cast for
Taft nnd Wilson combined
Theso returns seem to enow that no
considerable ortion of tho Democratto
vote has been cost for President, and that
ir there was a serious break Trom the
Demooratlo ranks by foreign born voters
it was in favor of Hooievelt and not in
favor of Tart,
Latest returns indicate that Uncle Jon
Cannon will be victorious over O'llare,
his opponent, Vermillion county has
given llov. IJiuccn a plurality of 500,
which probably means) that C'uunou haa
ginning
ticket:
For Men:
1?
Overcoats; ftrny and blue
chinchillas, plaid back,
shawl collar, belted 7 7 Q C
back, oil sizes. . . .iJaVai.yO
For Boys:
( Chinchilla Overcoats; gray
nnd blue, lined with red flan
nel, sires 2'-i to 10;
value $7.00, nt
$4.95
For Women:
Uottclc Coats, in the lots;
Johnny style; black, brown
and navy; lined throughout
with ccntrastinn color satin,
s"tin fold militory collar and
throw scarf, finished with
embroidery r.nd piusemnv
ttiie ti-icl; n very tfj 1 o 47 c
clever model . P I O. 7
For Misses:
X
! Sills Eolieiip.e Dress, made
with pannier drapes; bodice
S of chiffon with applique em
j broidery over shadow lace;
full range of colors Qfc A A
os well asUack IiVt7.UU
For Decorative Use:
Silk Damask Portieres;
German frou-frou and very
fine double faced highly mer
cerized armure tapestry, fin
ished with silk or gimp edge;
in plain and two-toned effects;
regular value $13.00 o off
to $14.95; per pair 30. 00
Ml
AMli59,'f,.,
received u considerably larger voto,
enough to overcome the' early lead of
O'Hure.
tlov Deneen, Kepublican candidate',
r.nd Setictor Funk, Progressive candidate,
are running tibotit oven, l)enein most of
.the limn maintaining a lead of about 1,000
over Funk, while Dtinno continues to poll
within i',5011 as many votes as both of his
rivals combined,
There is an unusually heavy Socialist
vote for Ciovernor, whllo the vote for tho
Prohibition and Social Labor candidates
averaged less than two to the precinct.
The returns from 203 precincts out of
tiie 1,11)1 in Cook county gave Dunne
(Oi inJ.ai.RSU; Deneen (Hep,), 18,983; Funk
ICrog,), 17,017, and Konnedv (Soc), 8,797.
Figures from outside of Chicago are
coining in very hlowly, but the few scat
tering returns received indicate tha
Dunne is also polling a heavier vote than
Deneen in various seotions down Ktate,
From Marshall county on mo an estimate
bused on tho early returns that Dunne
would carry that county by about 700,
Tito first group of outside precinots,
however, gave Frank li. Funk, the Pro
gressive candidate, a comfortable lead
ove," bin Democratic- nnd Hepubllcan
rival.
Nineteen precincts in various sections
or the Statu outside or Cook gave Funk
(Prog.) J.ii.'i, Dunne (Dom.) 1,408 und
Dsnoeti (Hep.) 1,190. These same pre
cinct in IW gave Deuoen 3,087 aad
nwveusou ,uiv,ri

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