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WJ2S&INGTON, Wov. 8.'" Alton B. Parker, Rose*
mount, N. Y.: I thank you for your congratulations.
PRESIDENT EXPRESSES HIS THANKS.
ROSEMOUNT, Esopus, N.Y.,Wov. 8 (8:3O P. M).*~The
President, Washington: The people by their votes have
emphatically approved your administration and I con»
gratulate you. JiLTON B. PARKER
PARKER CONGRATULATES ROOSEVELT.
STATE." i , Eoosevelt. Parker.
ALABA3IA i — 11
ARKANSAS . : . . . — 9
CALIFORNIA 10 —
COLORADO 5 —
CONNECTICUT : 7 —
DEL A TV A-RE ...«.-.-....•••••- 3 — —
GEORGIA 13 •
IDAHO ••.. v' 3 -r
INDIANA . 15 —
TOAVA 1^? —
KENTUCKY ................— 13
MARYLAND •••. -. 8 —
MASSACHUSETTS 16 —
MICHIGAN • 14, —
MISSISSIPPI *. * . '. 1 1 ". *. *. *. \ "- • * • " — 10
MISSOURI — ' 18
MONTANA ..?....;. . . . . .-. 3 —
"NEBRASKA- ..— 8 —
NEVADA ¦ 3 —
NEW HAMPSHIRE ........... 4 —
NEW JERSEY . . l - 12 . —
NEW YORK • . 39 —
NORTH CAROLINA • . . : — 12
NORTH DAKOTA 4 —
UH11) r « • 16 —
( n? FT* O\^ it
PENNSYLVANIA . ... • ... 34 —
RHODE ISLAND - 4 —
SOUTH CAROLINA ..;.:.....— 9
SOUTH DAKOTA ......... . > 4 -
LJtiiNA-CiOoriri :• « * ?« • — 1J
UTAH 3 —
VERMONT - 4 —
VIRGINIA — 12
WASHINGTON • • 5 ' —
WEST VIRGINIA ....;......... 7 —
WTSCOXSTN • 1 9 —
ROOSEVELT'S MAJORITY - - - 174
Election Result by States
Continued • on • l'age '¦ 2, . Column < 6.
Continued f on Pa«e ! 2, ; Column * 2.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9.— The New York
papers have the following estimates on
the Republican majority in the House
of Representatives: • The Herald.'
"More ,'than «0;V. the World, "May, be
40." the Journal, ''About 48;" • the
Times, "May be . as high :. as "'80;".' the
Press/ "Not less than. 40;" the .Tribune,
Continued on 'Page * 7,' Column ¦' 4.
GA8WS m CONCRESSMEN
XATIOVS CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT A\D .VICE PRESIDENT:
CALL. BUREAU. HOTEL. BARTON,
WASHINGTON,. Nov." 8. — President
Theodore : Roosevelt received the news
of his election In his family circle to
night, calmly and modestly. ,, He ex
pressed tyls.deepBensibility of. the con
fidence imposed in him by. the Amer
ican people and- his deep appreciation
of. the full responsibilities. \ At' the
same , time he ; has promised . to . do • all
In his power to live^up'to the expecta
tions of his countrymen.
- , The 1 first returns, from New. York
Special Dispatch to The Call,
Judge Parker 'received the; ; first
election bulletins. M-hile he . was at
dlnner.wth; his 'family.. at
the ;table!he"t continued to receive dis
patches" until 1 8 * o'clock, "when * he left
No Democratic leaders were pres
ent at Rosemount.: ;. The little family
party included „ Mrs. . Parker, her
daughter, Mrs., Hall; , the Rev. Mr.
Hall,- Miss Schoonmaker, ¦ the nomi
nee's sister-in-law, and; a .few 'neigh
bors. Not many trips had been made
up? the hillside: by the twoMittle mes
senger : boys . before - the ' trend > of < the
general-, results* of 'the?. State: and na
tional .tickets was : known. ,.
ESOPUS. N. Y., Nov. 8.— Judge
Parker and his 'family and a few
friends" from the neighborhood, .re
ceived the election returns in' the
Judge's study at Rosemount. Bulle
tins', were received : by telegraph at the
temporary, station in •; the -' lodge and
weresentup to the! house by messen
ger. Telephone messages wefe also
continually" received by. the Judge
from New York.
Special Dl*patcti to The Call,
AS HE HEARS
GREAT AMERICAN JURY RENDERS
DECISIVE VERDICT APPROVING
THE REPUBLICAN STEWARDSHIP
Special Dispatch to The Call.
NEW YORK, Nov. 8.^-Total
vote in the Electoral College, 476;
Roosevelt's vote in the Electoral
College, 325; Parker's vote in the
Electoral College, 151; Roose
velt's . majority, 1 74.
, New>York State Republican by
200,000. Higgins elected.
Massachusetts Republican by
70,000 and Douglas (Democrat)
The House of 3 Representatives
Republican by probably 62 ma-
And Maryland, Too!
Alone, Maryland's vote appears
to be in some doubt, the probabil
ity being that Roosevelt has car
ried the State with its eight votes.
Nevada is also somewhat in
doubt with her votes. Should both
of these States go for Parker
Roosevelt will still have 314
votes, the- number predicted by
Chairman Cortelyou at midnight.
It is more than a Republican
landslide— it is an avalanche.
Roosevelt has been elected by
probably a greater plurality of the
popular vote than was ever cast
for a. nominee for President and
by a larger majority of the Elec
toral College than was eyer given
before. The people have decided
in favor of the administration at
Washington and against any
change in existing policies. The
result is a. vote of confidence in
President Roosevelt of such an
emphatic character as to stagger
an ordinary man and overwhelm
him with the responsibility with
which; that* vote will invest him
during .the next four years.
New York's Vote.
New -York State will give
'Roosevelt a plurality, aggregating
200,000 ' and ' Higgins a very
large plurality. It has decided to
elect 'the entire Republican State
ticket,, a Republican Legislature
by increased majorities and to in
crease ¦ the Republican . representa
tion ; from this State in Congress.
The rural counties in this' State
stood out for Roosevelt and Hig-
I am deeply sensible of the honor done me by the American people in thus expressing their confidence in what I have done and tried to do. I appreciate to the full
thesolemn responsibility this confidence imposes upon me and I shall do all that in my power lies not to forfeit it. On the fourth day of March next I shall have served three and
one-tolf years, and this three and one-half years-constitutes my first term. The wise custom which limits the President to two terms regards the substance and not the form,
and under no circumstances wilMbe a candidate for or accept another nomination.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO-NIGHT ISSUED THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT:
ROOSEVELT TRIUMPHS OVER PARKER BY A RECORD MAJORITY
VOTE OF THE SOLID NORTH GIVEN THE PRESIDENT AND FAIRBANKS
Continued on Pace 2. CotasmT§%
gins very much as they stood out
for \Villiam McKinley. and Frank
S. Black in ; 1 896, and again for
McKinley and Odell in 1900. In
dozens of counties up the State the
ALCAZAR— "Prince KarL" ,
CALIFORNIA— "Sweet Closer."
CENTRAL— "Her Marriage Vow."
COLUMBIA — "The County Chairman.'
FISCHER" S— Vaudeville.
GRAND — "Pretty Peg«r."
MAJESTIC — "An American Citizen."
ORPHEUM— Vaudeville matinee.
TIVOLI — "The Messenger Boy."
• THE WEATHER.
Forecast ma<5« »t San Ft»nci»co for
thirty hours endls* mldnlrht, Novem
San - Francisco and ridnltjr — F^alr
TOdoasday; not so warm; Itffbt east
erly wiod. A. O. McADIE,
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
SAN FRANCISCO, : WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 f ? 1904.
VOLUME XCVI— NO. 162.
The San Francisco Call