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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1916.
WILD NIGHT IN NEW YORK CITY AS ELECTION RETURNS COME IN, BROADWAY BLAZED LIKE NOONDAY Off ELECTION NIGHT talking. In Iho gteat forest of fire and the lanes lending to It, currency was being burned up like candles. The crowds went down Uroadway to I Bet the election returns, and when ! the returns didn't com nulekly enough they hail to get so mo kind of 77We Yft CIOCE fit CLEAM SWCCP! Crowds Jammed It, Cheered or Booed as Returns "Came In. TOWN GOES CKAZY. Weill on a Holiday Jamboree as Good and Bad News Came In. Hughes said ltt Last night was tho night of nights In. little old big New York. It was New Year's live, Christmas live and the night before Thanksgiving all rolled Into one. It's always tho easo on the night of a Presidential election, but this wn.i something different. Broadway, usually a congested mass of pcoplo on tho occasion, was des- B op HOISC "Tex"' Illcknrd were In with hunchc of bills to President. Peacock Alley a high-toned poolroom. ard was betting Ohio to tho bunch bet on tho looked like 'Tex" ItU-k- it standstill In favor of Wilson. Al Hmathcrs placed $3S,000 lit ovens and odos that Hughes would carry tho Huekryo Mate. This was at 7 oclock. Wilson was even money. Then It was 10 to 9 on lilm, and then tho Hughes men foiccd tho odds to 10 In it against til lit. It was a wild night and a mad, eager crowd In tho betting. Mo crony did the Wilson men become to get their money down that they yelled their odds at 2 to 1 or. the President. Tlin money was gobbled like n rttork grabs n. worm. It Is estimated that JlOO.oon changed hands In Peacock Alley In less than twenty minutes. Then somo one bet JB.OftO to tM0 that Wilson wouldn't carry New day," was the quiet remark of John May. "llughca said III" yelled tho an nouncer. At Columbus Circlo tho crowds weie dense. Somebody said as dense as some of the voters In Chicago, Passngo was difficult tbcro and auto mobiles wero thicker than blossoms HUGHES DECLINES return, and they got it. A million dollars went madly along the Great White Way. The cafes wero crowded, tho theatres wero packed, the movies were packed, tho streets were packed, and from the way that noma of the returns came in it looked like other things had been packed. Election returns woro served with tho eats; thoy wcro handed out with drinks. They wcro part of tho pro gramme at the theatres. Returns were coming from everywhere. They wero not always satisfactory, but they were the best to bo had, and the New York crowds, the best natured In tho world, used to gottlng tho worst ofit, cheered, yelled, booed, growled and groaned and let It go at that. WILSON PROSPERITY FLOWED ALONG BIG STREET. The cafes couldn't loso and the cabaret went wild, while the boom- boom bands banged and ballyhooed, 1 I 1 MKa!- TO TALK UNTIL HE'S El CONCEDED WINNER OHIO FOR WILSON; DEMOCRATS CLAIM 30,000 PLURALITY Refuses io Make Statement as : President Loses Cincinnati, hit MMcy RtO VUMdt. AND B1UC CP3 " tlned to bo hare. This was because of the danger threatened by tho oxca vatlon under the great thoroughfare for the new iubway. Tho pollco said it would bo dangerous for tho crowds to pass along tho great Whlto Way, from Thirtieth Street to Fiftieth, so the crowds woro barred from those pastures. So everybody In New York went down to sen what Uroadway looked like when It wan bare. It promised to bo such a great sight that babes In arms wcr taken down to look at It Tlio babes saw their llrst election night. Aladdin IMln-ui was there with his wonderful lamp. I lo turned on more power and turned night Into day. Tho cafes looked like cascades ill o..r r 'l V,rT -' - l V;rl 10 till ttUULTlHS in nit i mi ' of diamonds. Broadway looked like midsummer nt noon. Prosperity perambulated along tho is 'when It's apple time In Norway. They I moved through tho clrclo like a fu neral. They wero crowded, Jammed, In Central Parle: so packed that they couldn't get out anil couldn't get b.n-k. There was enthusiasm In the rrowd when tho screen gave Ohio to Hughes. There waji a roar llku a tidal wave of sound when It was an nounced that Wilson had carried I Texas by 1C5.000. ALL KINDS OF HORNS ON THE WHITE WAY. There were horns all along Hroid n.ty llsh horns, tin horns, French Tork. lix. Governor Haskell of Okla. , horns ami nutotnoui o iiorns. icKier.s noma got down J3.00O to $1,000 thai " rattlers and nil kinds of noiso Wilson would be. had been, elected. ' 'V, , !L And, meant-me grVsts were fathering "t ' lu . People walked n op -In he vnrlo.i. dining rooms, for directions on tin. wnif W of l i lie flirrci. ill,' wniv.i in .mi . audi nobody would have stood for an i .into only for tho rest that It gave 'him. A man could walk faster than one of them. The Police Intent, l'lre and Street Cleaning De mirlment and the Iloroilgh President force wore all out to preserve order Long as Opponents Doubt Victory. , CALM AS HE GOT NEWS. Received Returns and Con gratulations From Country With His Family. Charles K. Hughes retired nt the Hotel Astor at 1.15 A. M. to-day, fe- tTusIng to make any statement on tho election because Democratic officials had refused to concede his victory. He left orders to be called at 8 o'clock this morning. Ho had been convinced of his election soon after the returns began coming In to htra at bis suite In the Astor. Dmlng tho evening , Mr. Hughes was one of the calmest men In New York. In bis rooms, besides Mrs. Hughes, wero his daughters, Helen, Catherine Carries Cleveland Other Cities. and COI.U.MIIUS. 0 Nov. .-A Ion ticket and in noli mixed voting has made tho count nlow In Ohio. Tho In dications nro that Wilson will lead Hughes by not ls than 30,000, though tho Republicans aro claiming tho Btnto by 15,000 to 20,000. Itot-irns from 1,375 precincts of the 5,r,70 In Ohio give Wilson 176,323: Hughes, 167,794. Of theso S0O were of tho 516 In Hamilton County (Cin cinnati), which gavo Wilson 46,0:$; Hughes, 57,303. Franklin County (Co lumbus), gave Wilson 13,835 to 14,433 for Hughes. Sonalor Pomercno regained his lead In tho rui-o for the Unltod .States Sen ate, 1,058 precincts In tho State, giving him 1.H.63I, and Derrick 136,917, Cleveland and Cuyahogu County, tho homo of t oi-retary N. 1). Ilakcr, lias ovldcntly given President Wilson ALL-NIGHT VIGIL IS KEPT AT BOTH II HEADQUARTERS Spirit of Optimism' Shifts From Republicans to Demo crats in Morning Hours, Daylight found the National Head. quarters of both parties filled with sleepy-eyed men, many of them still In evening clothes. Ono woman, Mrs. P. D. M. Hetts, an enthusiastic suf fragist, remained nt Republican Headquarters nil night, engerly sc.ru Uniting the returns posted on the big score board. BETTORS IN PANIC AS EARLY RETURNS FAVORED WILSON Thousands Put Up in Last Day of Betting That Totalled Millions. SOME BET BOTH WAYS. In Hour Odds Swung.-From 2 to 1" on Wilson to 6 to 1 on Hughes. Harly to-day tltero was ntlll some betting on tho election, resulting r...m t. i ... i ., i v. . . Chairman I cox. of the Republican )nlo murn!( ow , change, hands throughout the coun try cannot bo approximately esti- and llttlu Miss Kllzabitn. In the t a plurality of nearly 110,000. Wilson's outer rooms were Secretary Y'i"' ' l"lMrnllty In Tolclo In nlmiit 6.CH). Though tho plurality for Wilson In Public Service Commissioner Whit ncy, Karl V. Sheppitrd, Mr. Hughes's publicity man; Holiert H. Fuller, who was the President-elect's secretary when he was Governor, and Dr. Colin S. Carter, brother of Mrs. Hughes. The first bulletin nt precisely S.SO o'clock declared be had carried New York State. Ou top of It camo a bulletin that ho had carried Buffalo. t. wlih fhla rtiPArfnl nnwH n.H un Depart- f ...n,..!,,. .hat the candldato sat down to dinner wltn ntn lamny. Shortly after 7 o'clock Chorion E. iiorce were an uui iu ihito"- nughes ir. and his wire arrivea and Tend take caro of tho crowds ,0ncd th8 family party. The Presl- uonnres were " ''' "' " ,J ' deut-clcct ato heartily. stopped. Two llremen turned out 7FIE KTOS WR OUT ' WiTM jU sours or N0I5 MflkJER.? evei-j-thlng that could be converted Into a dining room u.is pressed Into 'i.crvlce and the hostelry was respleu ident with bcautllul women, gor geous gowns and fl.isliinc Jewels, . . 'Mowers weio In pi-ofU"lon and music adding to the g.iyi-ty or gravity of tho I sounded from nil corners. occasion, as me (liners were su yur. i,s.mo nC minded. It began to bo some night mooii after fi o'clock. Kant side, west side and all around th town, tho nolscnukers were getting busy. Prophets abounded and prosperity flowed over tho bats. Huns never built In a bakery began to nssemhlo and assimilate. Tickers wero ticking tidbits of news from Tacoma to Texas and the cash registers wcro Hinging merry songs. CROWDS OUT LIKE P In tho W.ildorf-AhtorU money was talking, talking fast, talking against time. Plmty of Wilson 'my was going down the linn In I'esJmtti Alley, l-'tom the lelephono bootlu. P"jI to the rinnr lemllnrr tit the taxlcah stundH u I I 1. M . 1 I ! I tvt.Uo Wo., ,i. i.t ,... crowd Hiirgeu naca niiu lurm uo win White Way and made a big splash, j vn, .,.(.,. ,m tl0 i,h,,k of tho Under the arc lights and In the gleaM Somme. Mavev lllumenthal. Jakey of the Incandescent lamps money wai yield. Hob Uokc. Al Smatliers and SPOUTED WINE. And outside the cionds weie gath ering. Uroadway, the desert, had blossomed Into a garden of New York's flower of youth. The crowds had come down to seo tho "haro spots." The crush was on, the screens wero throwing the scant returns .in they came, the strnwH showing the direction of the political wind. The sky reddened with a ruby glow of light telling that Whitman li.nl been re-elected Oovernnr of New York. Down Uroadway the crowds poured like wine from the big end of n fun nel. Ob, yes, Hro.ulw.iy was bare, llarn In spots. H.ire where the work. "iToLOloUSb' Btff WAS . feiGMnMRe1 He laughed heartily when there nm i laid before him the llrst uospaicncs i ni rnnirratulatlon to arrive and com- ) mented on the fact that It was sent at 5.K In the afternoon. It was from I Clinton, N. Y.. and read: '"Hon. Charles K. Hughes. Hotel l.lnr. Nw TorlC CltV! "I have Just voted for you. 1 hare never yet voted for a. loser. Con gratulatlonn to you,T .. About thin time there set In a great flood of telegrams from all parts of tho country nnd every no ut, them was of cheer. It wan o'clock when they con sidered the election won. nnd Mr. Hughes nrose anil smilingly received the congratulations of his faml y. It was hln wlfo who first '"P"'1 bis hands hud kissed him nnd then his daughters cninusiaswc.u.y loundcd him. with Charles 13. Hughes Jr. standing with an arm thrown around bin father' shoulder. The family greetings oyer. Mr Hughes stepped beamingly in th" outer rooms. Ho said nothing but .simply stood there, heartily returning the hearty handshakes of his lledten- inntH Them was Just after that an I Interchange of congratulations over tho State an now Indicated will prob ably bo less than predlctod by tho Democratic State Campaign Commit tee, Cox, Democrat, for Governor, ban by no means run as far behind tho President ns win Indicated lu the polling nnd ho may bo pulled through by the trend to Mr. Wilson. If so, the Democrats will probably elect their entire Statu ticket. ASSEMBLY. Manhattan, Ut Dl-I Michuel Kuii'lll Ki!.) J. .1. Ityati (l)i-iu.) :ifii' nr.ti o:if nnt :i54 i:in M7 1ICIT mis 1116 .k. Ulm.,n Mr. HllL'llCS alUl I inn lull :'liuin' ...-v.. . ' Chairman Wlllco. who bad gone io Willi an auto irui-i( to pui oui inc hraduuarters, llres .-mil n nol ccmaii went with them trnnrletor Mnsehenhelm of lite itotei so that there would be no trouble In i ,vstor, who had len anxiously awalt- I On Monday, Nov. G, 1916, 481 careful, critical women purchased pmncnis. 95 to $10 HAMILTON Tlioy saved from Be Curious! Model Illustrated Coat of All Wool Diagonal, Cheviot Coating, Imitation De ave r Trimming, $g.75 SUITS $11 Io $30 COATS 57.50 to 550 DRESSES $5 to 530 Visit our Showroomi. You uill nol It urged Io tun. The taluts speak jot Ihtmitltu. Hamilton I GARAGE AT CO. 307NFTH AVE.S!v fsl.Y. Ad(Jrei Dept. Til (or Kr Cat-tlo;: Lilt n if in 7. I loif it nnntiui ,' initiliiL' n out wiw Monroo an noillieed the election of Hughes In the Winter (i.irilcn and the announce was greeted with great eclat. Then the show went tin. At Shanley'n the earlv dinner irowtl lingered till they stopped the cabaret to make room tor tho theatre crowd. At the Astor Hotel, where Mr. .ungues und nis 1 family uro staying, tho grand ball- ' room was tinned Into n dining rqom ind guests served who had reserved tables two weeks before. An orches tra and a Matlmba band from Guate mala furnished music, wbllo the guest it dined and election returns were firiHlieil on a big scrren by a telauto- I frrnph service Iresh fiom the West ,ern I'nliin wires. I WILSON SHOUTERS CHANCE, I All thti'iigli New York tho cTtunges 'wro rung, Down on tho east ldo the weni ei .i.y with delight. Tho cry of --llxlra! Kstni'" wan still In tho air. .Men uun wiui wim joy t men wero In tho trenches under the i thoroughfure, but In all other places along tho boulevard the crowds worn I llku the vast armies of Vordun. Crowds In the street, crowds In the' 4 saloons and ciowds In theattes nnd cafes nnd the tu-Ker wmKiiig over time every place. John .May, a heavy , lit wm : iji IMP CVJU.lC1INCC i oe. mi cmcb MAh - -. backer of Wilson, lletcned to iht of bis own tuUer tikmg out news for blm. "Hughes gets Ohio!" shouted innnuncri t irk bad the 'Hughes said H ' was well informed Ing permission, was given inn woru and caused to be unfurled In front of the hotel a huge American Hag. l-'or morn than an hour there bad been a huge mob In front of the hotel Th.ra vrm n 1 1 urn x I milt el V 10.000 per sons outside when the folds of the big silken Hag were shaken out and the banner draped across sixty feet jof tho hotel front. Tho rays tit two rug searcnitgnis wurMiirii lied lights went burned on tho roof and later In electric lights wero Ida rnned tho name. "Hughes." There had been a continuous dem onstration of enthusiasm In Urn ntreet but when tho flag wan shown in otll rial announcement of victory there wiih it tremendous outburst of cheer- GET THEIR ting, horn-blowing ami bell-ringing. Ulg sections of mo crown urciin wihi dancing nJld marching. Hut It was very good-natured and tho police hal no call to interfere, Asldo from the Immediate Hughes party, the first to congratulate Mr. Hughes on his election na President was Miss Dorothy ltadley. who, with her grandfather, W. P. Mtisehenhelin, was admitted to tho Hughes suite. Sim bore a basket of flowers and blushliigly but prettily and grace, fully placed them In Mr. Hughes s hands. I MINNESOTA CITIES GIVE" WILSON LEAD Republican I e.niers However, Say This Will He Overcome by Country Note. (AiUI to TV K.fninj MiM I ST. PAl.'l., Nov 8. Incomplete re turns Indicate a llepubllcan vn-Kiry In Minnesota although the vote In Urn three cities. St. Paul, Minneapolis and Dilluth, gives President Wilson ti lead of from 8,000 to lU.OuO over Charles H. Hughes. The Ileiiubllcnn leaders, however, nm Annrirf.,nl fh.. rutliriw fprim ttlil posslblo that Wilson l country precinct will show a plurality he possibility heiamo , of J()lwte j5000 and .uW fur Hughes. (lov. J. A. A. Hurnqulst of St. Paul, Itepublican, wan re-elected by an overwhelming majority over Tannins P. Dwyer of Minneapolis, his Demo cratic opponent. Prank H. Kelloirs apparently has a safe lead for United States Senator over his Democratic opponent, D'tniel 1". l,awlor. Carl C. Vundyko of SI. Paul, repre senting tho I'ourth Congressional District, and tho only Democratic Congressman fiom Minnesota in the present CongrcHs, was re-elected by 10.000 over Darius r Iteese, Jtepub llcan. Tlitimas D. Schall, the blind Progressive ( 'ongressm.in from tho Tenth District, was re-elected, and the other eight districts have given the Itepublican candidates good ma jorities, with the exception of the Second, where Kr.tnKlin f . Kiuwunn, dS Dlst. Ahrnlmm (Inlub (Keep.).. Peter .1 llanille (l)ein.).. 3d DM .Ins. D. March ir. (ltep.). I'aesnr II, R llariu (1).). 4th Dljt. M. I). I'lonienhaft (ltep.) II. H. Sehlnml tDi-in )... .1. Pnnken (Hoc.) Bth nisL K T. Dimmier (Uep.l... Mimrlrn .McDonnld 1.) . 6111 U St. .N. U. I'er Itnim IHeli.l... Ilnrry IIpiKhwU. (I)viu ) S. Jtoxeiilicri: (Hoc.) 7th Dlst. -J J. Powell ltep.) M72 P. J. MelClllKntt (l)ein.). 3323 SthDIst. H. II. Klhiiun (ltep.).... 77 Aliiuhnm (Inmlninn (!,). 1K2 9th DUt -Henry Schelhle (ltep.).. 1132 C. I). Donohuii (Dein).. 272J 10th DlJt. M. S. Keldlvr (ltep.).... Aimer tireriilierg (l)ein.) Ilth Dlst M. .1. Iliemiun (ltep.) . J. K. -Mnhnny llii-m.).., 12th Dlst .1. J. Tntten (ltep.) I, D. Kelly (I)i-m. )..... 13th DUt. -M If Koran (Ken.) ... 1'. K Stialib (I)eni.)... Ilth DIs). I-' i' I)-Nell (ltep,) It I Tndnr (Di'in.) lEth IJlst . latenlKlKen (ltep)... S. P K'nU (I)em.) ICth Dlst.- J P ' i .-her (lien ). . Martin li Mei'ue (I), in.) 2,fiSS 17th Dlst Miiltln llniirke (Ken.).. &.;r2 Vlnei nt .III v (Drill.) . . t8thPI.lt Thomas Mullet. (Hep.).. .Mink liohi'aerg (lii-ni ). 2Uth Dlst II. D Vogel (Ken ). . . Krank Annum- (Dem ).. 21st Dlst II f Mllchill (lltn.) .. J. J Wihun (Drin.) . . . 22d Dlst. P 1 1. Ueriles ll(ei I M.iuili' llliieli (Deni ) :td Dlst. '"I II llioikwio (Iti-n). K Smith (Hem.). . ;'llh Dlst - S i .Shim (Itou) t) M Klermtii fPetn.) . . 25111 Dlst.-It Mil. Mmsh (Kei. ) 2i7t rn.) 2.::r, forces, after belnir nwaninml with rnn.l gralulatlons from all parts of the! country, was about tho a. O. P camp,! shaking hands nnd scattering his broadest smllos until along about 3 o'clock, when tho returns from tho far West began to Indicate that the claim of Hughes's election was n bit promaturo, Mr. Wilcox settled down from that time on, and party lenders who had left to celebrate early lu the night, began drifting buck fiom clubs and hotels to" Und out If there was any thing In the rumors that Wilson was gaining strength. l-'rom tin atmosphere of the great est Joy Itepublican lieadiiuarters changed to one of serious faces and apprebenslvo whlspurs. Men who Imij been picking out the Hughes Cabinet n few hours before were now pacing up and down the floor, rubbing their hands nervously nnd giving other ev idence of men about to go after the altitude record. In Democratic heatln,unrters Just the reverse was happening- Party leaders and hnngern-tm who had given up hope of re-electing Wilson ns early nit 10 o'clock last night, and who had remained on tho premises Just to se what had been saved from the wreck, were saying, "I told you so," slnpplng each other on the back and laughing out loud for publication. Chairman McCnrmlrk, of all those gathered at lieadiiuarters, lufused from the first to admit Hint Hughes bad been elected. Therefore, when I the returns began favoring Wilson tne .mm oi miCK ttmiio exniuuii'ii until at daylight It was i king In both ears and all points West l.:i.VJ l,:nr 1.7.1)1 :i,i,i)2 i, (in :i,I2s i,&ru .2.''i2 l,7l'i'.l 2.7M '.!H1K 3.!iHS i.r.nr. i . i; 7 .1 1.959 3.3IK I. IH7 2,h33 1. 135 :i.Mi2 I.!i73 3,122 9,215 9.513 5HA I.I...I I I! Mill, nr.. If II, ..k. .r 2Cth DUl I Mum' Merger (ltep ).'.. "2H Mejer Levy, (11, in ).... 3.', 7th Dlst. S ,M. Meyer (Iten.) . . .I7ii5 .IiiiNiiii S. Hull (Deni ) . Slf.l t'lni- Not lit- (Ki-p ) . !i:i5 ,M Vllieent (Drill ) . . . SMI -Alfred I). Iloll (ltep.).. 2-lfil Silas II Axtell II) ).. 2111', -Nlch. Mtver (Keii.) 2i,f,.-, Tim. P. Could (Deem ). Mill -Mux Si htli-ek (Hep.). . -MS.ir. i J. CnliMr-ln (Di til.) . . . 53iK 2Mb Dlst 29th Diet. :inth Dlst -31st DUt - SUPREME COURT. Second District. (!ropsey. ltep. ...12l.i:3.- ,.. 29.43:i ... fi.ll" Hrennan Dem. .:7.:i:i 2n.i',:n 7,391: llorotighs. Ilrooklyn Queens Itlchmonil Total 157,r,21 I3.1.003 To this total must bo added the re sults from Nassau ami StilTork Counties. CONGRESS. 2d Dl.t -tteliilln (Ken ) . ., Ci.Mw. M (Di'tn ). . 3d Dlat.-CliiiiiitH-rs (Hip)... I-'Ivihi (Dem.) 4th Dlst -St'-ln (ltep ) Dale (Drill ) Cth Dlst IMilllntmr (Hep ) ... .Midler IDi 111 ) r, til DUt.- Howe (Hep.) . . .. St) IlKle (Dem ). . ,, "tb DUt -Itowiiwn (Hep.) . l-'llxueriilil (I) .).. 8th Dlst - Morehouse (Hep)., f initio (Dem ) 9th Dlst Xwlft (Hep ) . ., Tot burn (Hem ). . . , Kith Dt It I Urll fltep ). . , 11 Htiiniin Dent ) :.r,ir,i 2ii;,:i III295 II5XH 7IMI2 h7ir, 1 1 302 12701 SNRtsa ITI3I K2I.R 15319 133.11) 2Bn n;:,r,i; Itlitei x:ii:' mnted, but guesses range ji high a 110,000,000. A real panic In tho betting cam at the Waldorf and In somo othci places when the first returns from Kansis were announced. Wagers wero matin at 12 to 10 on President Wilson, and there was ono bet of 110,000 to JS.OOif on Wilson at .15 P. M. Hughes men wcro domorallited for nn hour. Twcnty-ilvo thousands dollars on Wilson nt any odds was offered with out takers, At 7.1S tho pendulum Hwuug. Hughes first became evens again, and from then on It woa 2 to 1. 3 to 1 and 6 to 1 on tho candidal", without takers. Oldest sportsmen way they never recall nuch a scene. 1 It brought to an end tho most stupendous betting campaign con ducted In any election. Peacock Alley, and tho grill room nt the Wal dorf wero so Jammed with bettors ind would-bu bettors that moving about wus ns dllll cult lis In the sub way lu rush bourn. Claudu Mieker of Columbus. O., tel egraphed to tho Waldorf that ho had IIO.oou to place on wiison. junn . Drake talked with him and the waKor was taken. Conlldeuce among tho Wilson fol lowers Ini-teitHi-d a.s tlio day wore on, and from tho Continental Hotel, the headiuurtcrs of the striking carui-n. caitiii word from the manager thi 110,000 of WIU011 muiiey was In the safe icady to bu bet uvon. 1 At the. imperial mere was vj.uuu or I similar terms. These bets weie taken by a comhl natlou of professionals at tho Wal dorf who have been ploying the bet ting as they would play- the market. l-'very one 11 limit the Waldorf said never hml so much monoy been wuKi-red on an election. Tex ltlrkar-1 I made a tlnnl l-t of 12,000 on WH.vnt at 9 to 10. He laid a total or xitiu.fion Joint A. Drake said: "Not only b - It been rttnirkable for the am bet, but moro romarknblo In the way that odds havo shifted. I know meii who individually have wapered J200.000, and those men swayed by tho vnrylng odds havo bet on both candidate" They don't stand to wi-i or lose nuro than I5.(iO. I have never seen suc.i a condition In an election betting market." u Mr. Drake would not admit the amount or his hots, but It Is known the sum far exceeds 200.000, He h.ts been u conalstciit Hughes backer. 1 A CAHIIPI'l. I.APV, 1 'Vrom ttie IrfwiunllI t!,irler-Jmiml.) "Never li-avo the parrot In the ro,ti! with the gbldflnh." "Vi-rv well. mum. The parrot Is hopeless. Hut I ilmi'l milt the goldllsh to learn to swem " 1st DUt. 2d DUt. 2d Dlst. r.79 1 --L'r' t 111,1, ll.lJ Mb DUt. 9th Dlst. t Otli DUt. OtlfETTI '. In their cries and 1 women Joined chems. It was , w as I'leeted. M1 a eertalntv with the iheerlm: thou Minds. Tho screen llnshes helped 'ho 1 i-erlnlnty. When a eliungo was made J ' in favor of Hughes tho noti-o was I slopped, to bo taken up a moment I Inter by Urn voters for tho former! 'justice. At 1 o'clock this morning 1 the thousands weren't quite suro where tr.cv tn..d . "Wilson Is a pipe!" "Hughes la ,1 elneh!" "Wilson has 271 votes In the Klec- I tnral College," ilaslied out Vanco Mc cormick, Domocratlc National Chair mun. "Hughes his no:," came fiom Chair man WIIIcon, Itepublican Chairman. 'Oh. you can't l.-II who's elected," growled a neutral id the man who Kings. i II. Hilr-ioii (Hi p ) l7n John J. tiiirritb iD-iii ) l.t',1.1 -J11-- A. Ileney (Hep.) . 2T,5 Pat II. I.iiney (In-ni.) . 9.1U A. De Murium (ltep ) 1.02.1 l-i.ilik J. Iiolnr IDi 111.) 3,115 (III DUt. --Sun A WViMtfltip) . Jiil'l P A M-'Aiill, (linn ) 2.-xr. 5th Dlst I. II. t-uillllrld Ji (Hep ). Win II I. iiiiu tli'-ui ) . 6lhDlKt -N I) sliiipno tlP-p) .. II tiolillnii ()illl 1 7th DIM M-hiif Mm tin (Kip ). .. Dan'l I-' K11 n r II (D1-111 ) 2,01-1 -II1110I1I I, 'I'm I. (I(ep.) l.i;i.' John J MeKeoii ( Di'tn) 2,'IH: -15. P. IIIIU I Hi p ) 2,7.19 P S Ilurr fix-in ) 2.7D2 -I-'ted. M. Mn-ni (Hep.).. 3'H C. 15. llrniirii ID- ill ) . . .'Till Ilth DUt. C It. Ilieniiitii (ltep ) . 3liil 1- K. l.VtlllM (Hein ) .... 2H09 12th Dlst. W. T. Sliiipson (Hep.).. 3779 C A. VleineUli-r (Drm 1 3tnK 13th DUt -.!'' Pb I.. '.Ho (H P ) . Mii I M. T. Diiiinelly (Dun ). . 22H. Mill Dlst - lleniy P l.lsstier (Hep.) 717 .1 P lot F-lt-nz (Dem ).. 1371 15th Dlst - William Vo-ut (Hep ) ... ISf.i 1 .1 r M'w nni v (Dnn ) . . :ir. I Ilth DUt- - Shiiiii' I It Crern (Hep) ------9 I'liarli . -lux h ID- in I . ti'lt lilh DM Piid k A Willi (ll.i). :iM. T V P DUiimis (Dem.) 2 101 IVtll DUt. W P. Voilk. r (llrp.) .. 7912 A I. DoiU (Hem ) 3H ,1 19th DUt.-l-Vi d llr.-hm ildpi .... I3n4 Ill-Ill KIIiikiii oi (Dnn ). IIK7 20th DUt - A. C l-'liiiiimin (Hep.). 3, fill Ceo .1 llruiui (Dnn.). . 2,TH 2Ut DUt. --It A .S'i i i lltep) ... 1-101 I .MriideUnlin I Item ) . l.fi'H 22(1 DUt t'bus. H Diuf (Hep)... 2.H35 Ctorge Krlser (Drill.) . 1.923 23d Dlst MHr.hnl Knvder (Hep.).. 37 12 15 .1 II MiU Jr (Dnn ).. 3179 A I Slilpl ii off (Soe ) . . 1211 Bronx. Mil DUt Win Wa.liteliH. il) . . fiiUJ Win. s Hwiih i in in ) . . shin 33d DUt. I'liUH. J Mi.-liirr (ltep ). . 2190 Hull II. Millet (Item ) .. 4K29 34tb DUt - . Hlinonulf Hb-p ) ..... 4IJH M. M I'ettlK iD'-ni- ;, , V" J5th DUt Then II l-'rl. nd Jr (It.) - Jos M Cnlliili in (Dem ) 959: Richmond. 1 1 CliHilen A. Mnrahall (Hep ) '' . Ilemy A. KrrelMTK (Ill-Ill) I ' . Queens. I 1st l)Ut. l.itrnliie, lu (It. p.) -tfill P A Deltinmer (D.-in ).. f...'(2 2d DUt.-I5d 15 Firr.-ll (Hep) .. 4022 p J J ti irrv (Dnn 1 MM 3d DUt Win I-" W.illnip Hep) ffi'J'l Wm II (i llnre ID-ill ) HH'hi , 4lhI)i.,l-P A Hoi-kiii- (Hep) . s:'(17 (i P. Pnllu lliur (Drill ). Ul llUtrlet ltyrne of Kln. The vote (or DUtrli-t Ailorne In HronkUn iruil: Lewis. Itepublican, t.t t... revolt n.mni-'.i si -iks -Srta3'J Plush Coats for theHorseShow 4 Special New Silk Seal Plushes $9Q-75 Models that will lie in lii-'li favor at tins riiiisi(le those full, Mvrepinj' styles winch mark a close relation .ship between the equestri enne in the riti( und the looker-on. IJeaiitiful silk seal plush coats, trimmed with furs, or not, as your fancy dictates which may he used with equal success afternoon or evenini'. All the new lim ousine styles. In material, tailoring and drape, the accepted rivals of the genuine seal wraps which are more in vofme than ever. 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