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SULZER NHD OF
WILSON IN STATE
Governor-Elect Got 650,118
and Presidential Candidate
647,156 Votes.
TAFT BEHIND HEDGES
Roosevelt Did Not Carry a Sin
gle County and Ran More
than 10,000 Votes Be
hind Straus.
OOTOanar Wilson ran a little behind
William Sulzer ln this state, but
nelther ls llkely to griove aDOUt it. Tho
laiest returns gbow that the New Jer
*ey ExoCBtiTO obtained a plurality of
201,803, WBllO Mr. Bu_Mr*a was 206,
078. The totala of the vote lo tho
' on fairly complete ftannao now BtBBd:
Wilson, 047450; Taft, 442,793: Roose?
velt, 880,374; BulxOT, 000,118; HodfeBl
444,-i4.'i; Straus, 80X889.
Thua in thla state tho Republlcana
Ptlll h<>ld s. tond place. Bacaugo of this
they will have the minorlty members
Of the boards of electlons in the varl
oua countlea, which pam.nage the Pro
graaaives ardcntly dt-slred as a means
of hoiding togathor their tamporarjr
organizatlon. Tho PTOgraOOtv* camli
dates fOf President nnd Governor did
not carry a eingle county, thoufb they
did carry the city of Jamostown. in
Chautauo.ua County. They ran aecond
ln New York, Klngs, Queena, Rich?
mond and Brto counties. while Roose?
velt ran aecond ln Naasau, hla own
county, and Straus ln Rockland County.
Th* tremecdous Democratic TOtO enr
1 rled with lt the entlre Democratic- state
tlcket. Detailed returns on the eandl
i datea for atate offlco have not yet been
completed. It appears that the Demo
For the Fooi
with a slender waist
there is comfort, style?
and a pertect fit in the
Coward Combination Shoe
Made two sizta narrower
thrOOgh tho waiBt and heel
than the u?ual shoe provides.
A eon~enifIIOI and econnmy
for men with feet ordinarily
hard to fit in ready-to-put-on
uhoes.
SOLO NOWHBVTe BLSfl
JAMES S. COWARD
364-274 ^reenwich St., N. Y.
IMJUIt VlkKl!. kTSBET)
Mall Ordars FI1U* 5*nd for CaUOogua
Do You
Want This
Position?
You can't have it becauac this
man Jtas it, and ii ABLE TO
FILL ITI
But you can hareone juotasgood
? you will betome o apeciali.t.
The Internatronal Correopond
cnee Schoois were demed to gire
w o r k i n g men money-making
knowlcdge. Great employera
read-ly accept I. C. S. otudentt.
If you want to know how yoa
can benefit by tbia great lyotem
mark on the coapon tho line of
work you dcoire, ond mail tbe
coupon to the Internotional
Correopondence Schoois.
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0??".w CmsvmUm
Ct*U Hmgtfr?r
T.ilIU M?astoM?r_t
Btatloi?rr Zptfloaaa
ttocfeaa. Enfli.rr?
I?u
B??.IP.
_iaU?i-iCasftseeiea I
ta'-sff rggg. 1
itaoograpsi.
jf?ksioep"
gftamo
iaftif -mj_u' am iMt aa m uarJ
cratlc randldates rer-elved a plurality
of ahout lftVOOO, BBd that Glynn. the
candhlato for I.ientenant llovernor. ran
pretty well ahend of his*t'.cket.
Tho Legislaturo of 1918 wW be
-tronfly Psmoeratlc, with fssi chnnfa
in psrsonnel from the tttfds prlntedf In
tho lai-r e.litions of ytsterday'a Trib
0H8L Tho Senate Will Stand: Demo?
crats, 88; Hepublioans, 17, and Profl-S
Ivs, I. Tha Assembly arlll be: Demo?
crats, 104; Republicans, 42, and Pro
gresalves, 1 Of the Democratic ma
jorltv. Tammany Hall's men from N8W
York and Brooklyn will be a majority
and will choose a temporary President
of the Bsnata, a Speaker of the As
Femhh and enforce their wishes as to
committe.' ohalrmanships.
Tho Congress dsk nation stnnds:
Democrats, ?'(_> and Republicans. 11.
Cuddeback, of Bufiafo. in- ib.tran, of
Byracuse, the pemocratlc candidates
for tho COU-1 of AppasJa, were un
doubtedly elected. In Ihosa counties
where the canvawers havs WOTksd that
far down on the ticket the Democrat!
candidates for JudKos of the atate
hlgheflt court got about the regular
party vote
Returna on the result of the roferen
dum on the, question of laoulng $50,000,
800 addltlonal bonds for buildlng state
roads are 80 siattering yet as to be
valueless, lt probably will be n day or
two bef.ro the vote on this matter
will bc known.
Th8 rcferendnm to tiie voters of Tho
Bronx on tho crcation of Bronx Counfy
out of the territury now known as
Bronx Borough was carried by 8 ma?
jority Of about 10,000. This measure.
paased by Tammany men in tho Leajts
lature, Will establlsh, hy mainl.it.irv
Joba and aalailea and othorwise. a \>u\ -
roil eatlmated al more than $1,000,000
a year. Tha Bronx'a ahars of tha e_>
pensea of New York County tli>- last
year was only ahout $7dO,000, Thero
are aald to be numerous constitutional
difflcuitU's ln th<- way <>f srectlng and
rinanoInK the county ln the manner
pioposed by this bili.
FEW REPUBLICANS
IN LE6ISLATURE
Democrats Will Outnumber
Them More than 2 to 1 at
Albany This Winter.
ONLY FIVE PROGRESSIVES
Greater New York LegiBlative
Delegation Contains No Re
publicans?Tammany in
Control of Both Houses.
Tlie Leglflature of MOW York. on which
rnmpltMe returns were oj.talned yenterday,
!s am wOjalnihiglT D*mocratJa Th* 0*a?
at* ataada II Daaaoarato to 17 Republlcanfl
an.i one PlUgraoal**. In th* low.-r houae
UM proportlon is even he.ivW-r l"l rw-mo
orata, to n iiepui.iicans aad 4 Piogroo
?tvea
There la not one RcpuHtcan in th* a*w
leglslative dala?tlon from greater New
v, ,k, but thiaa Prog-***lv*a a*ra al*ct*d
to the Ass.mbly from New York r-.unty.
ime also was aent from the 1st Diatrlct
,,f Chaotauqua County. wbOM th* atanch
HtpubHoaag were unahle to b*Ot the thlnl
party men ln the city of Janv-stown.
Thla newly aoOOftOd body will be a LeRls
lature ln which th.' I".'rats will have
aenlority of memberahlp as wrii bh ma
jor-iy. Many of the old R.-publiean Baoa
toro lOfuaofl renomtnatlon laat BUmmer.
Of those renomlnnt^cl and re-el^cted, nono
l,.,s aerved more than three terms. Clon
R, Brown. who won an elaOtJOU aft>-r tho
hardaot IrJad of fight, win in effect be |h-.
ponior memfcer, though he dropped out of
the Senate several y.-ars ago. In the As
Bemblr the Democrata also wiu have the
aeaiorlty reeord save for AaBemblyman
John Yale. of I'utnam County. who !? a
klnd of Republican grandfather ln legla
VOTE OF NEW YORK SM.
PLURALITIES FOR PRESIDENT.
CVointles. Teft
AhUANY . 8,471
ALLEGANT. S!|S
RRdOMK . 1,440
CATTARA1IGU8 .
CAYUGA . 1"1
CHAUTATJQUA . 1.211
CHEMUNG
Koose
Wilson. velt.
-190S
CHENANGO
CLINTON ??
COLUMBIA
c( IRTLAND
i.' LAWARE
DUTCHES8
ERIE .
ESSEX
079
3,092
s.-.s
12
0.235
ftsS
FRANKLIN . 1.1*5
FULTON . 1.221
GENESEE . ?'"
i:m: .??
HAMILTON .-. 81
HERKIMER .
JEFFERSON. ""4
KINGS .
LEWIS .
L-VINGSTON* .????
MADISON . 221
MONROE .?
MONTGOMHRY . 888
NASSATJ .
XKW TORK .
NIAGARA .
ONEIDA .??
ONONDAGA . 4<_
ONTARH> .
ORANGE . s:;'!
0RL.EANS . :'~\
OSWEGO . '?'?>
OTSEGO .
PUTNAM .
QUEENS .
RENSSELAER .
RICHMOND .
ROf'KI.AND .
?T. LAWRENCE . 8.090
SATIATOGA . 1.198
6CHENECTADT .
SCIIoHARIE .
BCHU-XBR . -88
SENECA .
BTEUBEN .
BUFPOl-K .
BULLIVAN .
TIOGA .
TOMPKINS .
ULBTER .
WARREN .
WASHINGTON .
WAYNE .
WESTCHE8TER .
WYOMING.
TATES .
850
88,458
278
1,046
'820
C.7.."..r!l
5tf4
938
1V_
66
18.226
Tl'rO
1,674
1.91.
''"i
327
046
618
30 i
331
122
1,003
"237
2/121
^L'3
i',_h_
666
o.s.v>
Taft
6,031
-i.li t
t ".".l
." 224
3 910
o.nsi
1.444
2.177
2 0O8
829
*J 471
2.501
'-'.171
8 '.''.'7
8.134
8.0OI
8.O0H
2 623
480
16
0 ..s)
:. 7--''.
23.033
1 849
2.133
3.090
n.r, io
?_? a 17
l.l'lll
ISrynn.
6.303
2.871
4.87H
lo:..';
2.761
4.430
?_"_';?'.
4,275
1 184
906
4<>',|
020
?. 253
2.188
2.815
44S
822
618
3017
4.812
1.641
1.860
1,015
1,781
4 840
3.H04
11.002
2 1'j:<
1,840
'??_"_'
670
6S2
Totala../. 2fcT49 169.796,
?In i>ivingston Countv the finai ofl!clal returna gave Taft 3.722, Wilson
8,722 and Roosevell 1,780, so tha two leading candidutes held no plurality
over each other,_'
GOVERNORSHIP PLURALITIES.
Dix.
1,707
Mo
210
8,926
1.017
270
25,270
57
519
68,0*0
"' K__
8,318
'2.9B8
1.104
"h'oo
"676
"-77
""Ki
677
latlve pervice, though not in yeara and
nianners.
Th* Tammnny machlne will control both
houses. Srnator Robert F. Wagner, of
New york. undoubtedly will be re-eleoted
pro.Mdent pro tompore of tne upper house,
and Jani's J. Frnwley, of MaW York, will
retain th* < h:;irmanM:lp of the lmportant
CaanatttM on Finance. The mlnority
laartiolllf of the uppor house ls llkely to
ro to T-Von Prown. of Watrrtown, or J.
II. Walters, of S> racuse.
Aa*s*nWrman "Al" Smith, of Tam?
many, undoubtedly will be the next
Speakcr of tho A?aillMT. although BOBM
? ,?e DoasOOrata may make a futllc
oqBtaart Aaron J. I.evy, also of New
Tork. la the likellp-t man of the lot for
majority leader A^.v mhlyman Harold .1.
Hlnrnan. of Albany, probably will be
minorlty leader.
SENATE.
?In-IIratf-s re-dert??d.
Dlst.
1?Thomas 11. CVKeefe (Dem.).
8?Baraard m. Pattrn (Dem.).
3_Thomas H. Cnllen (Dem.).*
4?II. P. V.-lto (Dem.).
I William .1 ll.-ffernan (Dem.).
0-W. R. C'arswe'.l (Dem.).
7?Daniel J. ("arroll (Dem.).
H?J. F. Duham.l (D*U.).
9-Fclix J. Panner (Dem.).*
10?Ilermau II Torborg (Dem.).
II?C D. BulUrafl (Dem.).*
12-J. C Kitzg.-rnld (Dem.).
1.1?Jamea D. McClaUaad (Dem.).*
14? James A. Foley (Dem.).*
15?J. J Boylan 0 ton.).
16-Robert F. Wagnof (Dem.).*
17?"vValtr-r R. Horrlel. (Dem).
II?Henry W. PaUoek (Dem.).*
H <;,...M<o W. Rlmpson (Dem).
18- Jamaa i Prawlcy (Dem.).*
H?H. J. Stllwell (Dem.).*
? tfeonjr J. Ori-ta (Dem.).*
orga a. Btotr**lt (Dem).
?l-John r. Ilealy (IVm.).
ZS lohfl D. Hthers (R*p).
%%-Franklin D. RO00*~*lt (Dem.).*
H A J, 1'almer (1'ror?. and Rep.).
? Henry at. Haa- Plaa>).a
B -J. W. McK nlght (D.'m.l.
30?George H. Whitnoy (Rep).
31?Doren II. Whtt* (Dem.).*
??2-Seth Ct. Heacock (Rep.).*
3.?-James A. Kmrr*r,n (Rep.).?
S4-H. P. <"oats (Rep).*
Xr? Eion R. Prown (Rep).
8&~w. d. Peefchara (Dem).
87-Ralph W. Thomaa (Rep.).?
M J. h. Walton mep.).*
18-w. R. Blaeh (Rep.).
18?CharlM J. HOwItt 'Rep.).*
41 John V. M'lrlnuis'h (Dem.).*
48-Thom*a B. Wilson (Rep.).
4"? John S. r!?y (D*B_).
4i I H. Buatey (R*P I ?
r...- 1". Arr<tt*lng*r (Rep.).*
4>; W. i. Orntrod (Rep.).
47 fJeorg* t Thompa >n (Rep.).
4<- j>.1-.ii !?". ICalone 11 ???m ).
<'. ? J ftarasperger nirm.).'
B i? H, IVanda d'.-m.).
H r \. Qodfrey (R*p.).
rata, B; Republlcana 17; Tro
greaal**, l.
ASSEMBLY.
ALBANY COUNTY.
[?!??
1 HurnM J lllnman (Rep).*
2-John C. Maloae (Rap.).
? wnifan i' Baxt*r (Rap.).
ALLEGANY COUNTY.
? i. Rl( bardaoc (R*1 I
BROOME COUNTY.
M B Bd? arda (R*j I
CATTARAUGUS COUNTY.
ciair T~l lard fDem.).
CAYUGA COUNTY.
Mlcha.
CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY
1?<3. W. Ju.lo (Prog.).
i?john !-? ? I illlvafi iii-r**
CHEMUNG COUNTY.
Roberl !'. Buah (Dcn ) ?
CHENANGO COUNTY.
v.'. a 8h< pardaon <h> i ??
CLINTON COUNTY.
Charlai J. V**rt fjtt p r*
COLUMBIA COUNTY.
A W M >v.-r (D< m ).
CORTLAWD COUNTY.
K. f Wel.h '!:.?! '?
DELAWARE COUNTY.
John W. T.ilor.l idnni
DUTCHESS COUNTY.
I?fcfyron Hmitii ?lt*-p.>?
2?John A Kelly (.iHsm.).
ERIE COUNTY.
!_<->,,rR>- r. Bnall (Daaa).
| c T. Horton (Rap I '
I?Albprt F Gr*T*r (D*flB.).
4 Ddward i>. Jackean (Drm.),*
I R, f. Haora (i '.-ui ).*
(v Jamaa U Roaan (Dem.).*
7--J. V ntafMraM (Tiem.).
g_Oeor.? Qeoghan (Dem.).
P-John Dorat. Jr. (Dtaa.).
ESSEX COUNTY.
B. O. Prlmrt. M .Rep.).*
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
Al'x MeDongkl (Uep.).?
FULTON AND HAMILTON
COUNTIES.
james ii. Wood (Rap).
GENESEE COUNTY.
c. Brjranl (Haa.).*
GREENE COUNTY.
j. i.ewis patii" (Daaa.) ?
HERKIMER COUNTY.
K. R. Pullmuu (D^m ).
JEFFER80N COUNTY.
1-II. B, Machold (Rap.).'
2?John O. Jones (Rep.).
KINGS COUNTY.
l-John J. K.-ll.'V (I>em.).
I-?William J. Clll.n (Dem.).?
8-Frank J. Taylor (Dem).
4?11 W. Komohla (Dem).
6?V. A. O'Connor (Dem).
6?John H. QOffkOfl <D.m).
7?D. F. Farrell (Dem.)*
8-John J IfaKOoa (D.-mj*
9-Fr.d K. Bttjjrr (Dem.).
lO?Ocorge K D. nnen (Dem).
11-K. B. Dh-tz (Dem).
12-W. P. Ilamllton. Jr. (Dem).
18?J. H. FlnnlKan (Dem).
H-J. J. (larv-y (Dem).
16?T. K. Wlllmott (Dem.).*
1C?Jesne P. Larrlmer (Dem.).
17-Fred.rlck Clrlch (Dem.).
18-J. BL Eequlrol (Dem.).
19_j. S( hlfT. i.l.-cker (Dem).*
30-C. J. Cronln (Dem).
21?Henry Heyinan (Dem i.*
22?J. J- Monahan (Dem.).
2^--T. I_ Ingram (Dem.).
LEVVIS COUNTY.
Jamea Van Woert (Dem.).
LIVINGSTON COUNTY.
Edward Kaaao (Rep)
MADISON COUNTY.
M. B. Tall.tt (Rep.).*
MONROE COUNTY,
l_j. W'. Hopkina (Rep.).*
8-Slmon Adler (Rep.).*
8?A. V. Pappert (Rep.).*
4-C. W. Phllllpa (Rep.).*
|-C. H. Oallup (Dem.).
LAKEWOOD
NKW JKHSKY.
In a Sea of Pines
Golf, Heathful Country Life.
Ideal conditiona for recupera
tion and rest. Rooklct
Laurel House
A. .1. MlltritY. M.in.iijrr
MONTGOMERY COUNTY.
Walter K. GaRe (Rep.).
NASSAU COUNTY.
Thomas B. Maloncy (Dem.).
NEW YORK COUNTY.
1?T. It. T_TgMfB (Dem.).?
2-A. E. Bmlth (Dem.).?
3? II. E. Oxford (Dem.).
4-A. J. I,?vy (Dem.).*
B-J. J. Walker (Dem.).#
??Jacob SUversteln (Dem).
7?P. P. IfcEBIgOtt (Dem.).?
8?S. Sufrin (Prog.).
??Chnrle- D. Donahoa (Dem.).
10?M. nirnkrant (Prog).
11?J. Kerrlgnn (Dem.).
12?J. D. KHIy (Dem.).
13?J. C. Campbsll (Dem.).#
14?rt. I* Turlor (Dom.K
16-T. H. Wnnl Ciem.).
II?M. G. MoCUS (Dem.).?
17?Mark Et-Ber (Dem.).
18-K, Oohfberg (Dem.).?
19?T. F. Denney (Dem.).
20?P. J. MoGrath (Dom.).*
21?Thomas Knno (Dem.).
_-Bdward Well (Dem.).*
23-D. C. Lswla (Dem.).
24?o. M. Klsrnsn (Dem).
25?D. H. Kru.tt (Dem).
2??a. Oreenharg (Dem.).
27?Raymond B, Carver (Dam.).
28-8. A. Cotlllo (D*m.).
29? C. J. Carroll (Dam.).
80?D. A. Cuvllller (Dem.).?
81?M. Rcheap (Prog.). ;
32?L. D. Gfhba (Dem).
88?T. J. T?ine (Dem.).
84?P. J. M<llfahon (Dem.).
Z6? E. E. Tj. Hammer (Dom.).
NIAGARA COUNTY.
1-E. C. MrOollum (Dem.).
2-F. M. Dri.lley (Rep.).
ONEIDA COUNTY.
1?F. F. Emd~n (Dem.).
2-H. E. Allsn (RBP-) *
3-J. B. Fuller (Rep.).
ONONDAGA COUNTY.
l-r. J. Kfllv (Th'tn ).
r | .; Dalas (Di m >.
8?T. K. Bmlth (Rep.).?
ONTARIO COUNTY.
H. F. H'linlrel (R'P).
ORANGE COUNTY.
1?C. BL Baumaa (Rap.).'
2- Wiillam T. Doty (Dom).
ORLEANS COUNTY.
M. W. Cosa (Dam ?
OSWEGO COUNTY.
T. i ' f-'urot < RSP )?*
OTSEGO COUNTY.
L. P. Mutt? (D.in).
PUTNAM COUNTY.
John It. Yale (Rep.).*
QUEENS COUNTY.
l-B. J. BurdSB (I'.m.).
2?A. J. !?? I w _? I Osn )??
j_a. c Bdnnlnger < Dem.i.
4- -II Sutpliln (Dem).
RENSSELAER COUNTY.
i_e. f. h bsrara i? m.).*
2-T. D. Taglor (Dem.).
RICHMOND COUNTY.
R. It. _l KS8 (Dem.).*
ROCKLAND COUNTY.
V <; (iiiinmu (Dem ).
ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY.
i_P. i, ?asksr I R_p ).
2-John Hmlth (Rep.).
SARATOGA COUNTY.
G. t. Bsslra QRsp.).
SCHENECTADY COUNTY.
a. P. Bqu?s (Dem.).
SCHOHARIE COUNTY.
Msrard a. Doa <Dem).
SCHUYLER COUNTY.
j. w. Ournstl (Daca.).'
<
SENECA COUNTY. '
A. 3. HiiKhPH (Dem.).
STEUBEN COUNTY.
1?OL A. Prewster (Dem.).
|-J. L Eeeley (Dem.!.*
SUPFOLK COUNTY.
1?fl. A. Fallnn (Dem.).
2?J. J. RoMnson (Dem.).
SULLIVAN COUNTY. ,
J. K. Kvana (I>m.).*
TIOGA COUNTY. j
J. G. I'.-mbleton (Rep.).*
TOMPKINS COUNTY.
M. McDanlela (Dem.).*
ULSTER COUNTY.
1?L> M. Kenny (Dam.).
l?Eldridg- M- Oathrlght (DeraK
WARREN COUNTY.
H. E. H. Hrereton (Rep.).*
WASHINGTON COUNTY.
E. R. Norton (Rep.).
WAYNE COUNTY.
Albert Teomana (Rep).*
WESTCHESTER COUNTY,
1?Tracjr P. Madden (Dem.).*
l? Verne M. Ilo\-lo (Dem.).
8?W. R. Var.l (Dem).
4?M. C. O'Hrlen (Dem.).
WYOMING COUNTY.
John Knight (Rap.).
YATES COUNTY
E. C. Olllett (Rep.).?
Demoerata. 104; Republicana, 4t| Pto
gn-aalves, _
Universally Used
For eighty yeara as a keen
relish for many a dtah.
LEA? PERRINS'
8AUCE
THB omoi-.L wonciiimmni
Addt i-?t to tho enjoyment of Fl-J*.
Sotipa. Bo?-t_. Oerac. QnrvUm.
Am Appetiitr
Jon_ DirNC-jr1- fionf, AceRta, N.T.
NEW YORK_CITY VOTE.
RECAPITULATION?PRESIDENT.
Wllaon Taft Rooaevelt
Borouah. (Dem). (Rep.). (Prog)
Manhattan and The M n1?
lirona .106,2*9 83069 ?*.0 8
Brooklyn .108.786 61.506 71.888
Queens .80.060 8.4* "-"g
Richmond . 8,443 8.085 _ ***?
Totala .012.628 127,089 188.808
No election dlatrlcta mlsslng out of a total of
L730.
Plurality for Wllaon of 123,988.
MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX.
Wllaon Taft Roosevelt
8. 4,l>39 Jgj !*S|
I *. o kM3 734 1.8**
o"::::::::::::::::: K3 ug hBS
!J.~ i'wu) l *<>4 1.070
t::;:::::::::::::: i;S? Ig >??_
h. ina m f-JH
9 . S.WI4 __ J ''!
i* ;_:;::::;::;; 2.218 l? ?.**j
13 ._.... ... 4.?wfl eiH J_g
13::::::..:. 4.088 1.041 M81
14_. 4.644 l.__ if-VT
H B 7*H 3 379 S.i'll
?::::::::::::::::: iJoa ?;?* ????
18. 3.98D J.878 J-Zg
10 ... 7 04.'. 8,170 4.7WJ
2o::;::::::::_:::: lo*? 1.0*8 \m{
4 vi 1 2,439 ?* ?'
?::=::::: H jffi 88
ai:::-:::::::::::: HS iS Hg
28. 8,8*3 tU Jfll
211. 4.800 2,878 - "J
30. B.878 2.080 8.TT8
fi. 8014 2.141 J.Mj
82_. ll.ona 8.818 7.247
33...?. 6.442 1.064 8.410
34..:r.:.M. R55 12*1 rj7i
88. 8.801 M18 *__
Totala ..766,249 "e3,?60 I8JM
No electlon dlatrlcta mlMlng out of a total
cf 024.
Plurality for Wllaon of 07.331.
BROOKLYN.
Wilson Taft Roosevelt
A.D. (Dem). (Rep.). (Prog).
1. 4.')K!? 1001 t__
2. 4.-?l 774 LfK
S. 4.568 8T4 1115
4 . 4.000 8,070 2.374
l . 4.000 8.054 3.HH>
4. 1868 1.903 2.867
T... 4.3<>l ' 301 1 ,888
$'..._....-. 4.855 1.108 1.574
0. 7.0H4 2,872 6,888
10. 4,771 :..'!41 2.910
11.?. 1888 2.457 2.913
13....._? 6.401 8,076 8,697
18. 3.774 1.048 1.0*6
14.?. 3.1-04 l.io* 1.615
16. 1680 1.6*4 i.788
18.?... 7.933 8.431 6.981
17.?. 38T8 2.671 3.427
18.... 7,400 4.823 6.4.57
19. 3,474 1 5(>4 1 "7?
20 . 4,161 1880 1801
21. 2.1?4 1"17 1-718
22. 8,097 4.794 6.847
28. 6.001 2.721 5,152
Tofale ."l0?.786 61.808 71,328
No electlon dletrlcta mttalna; out af a total
Of 812.
Plurality for Wllaon of 88,438
QUEENS.
WI!son Tnft Rooaevelt
A D (D*m.). (Rep.). (Pro?\).
1 . -> ->i v 1,746 2.101
?' ... . 6.-07 1,488 1081
8 . 9.4.17 .'! J4.'. 4.19<>
4. 8,^0.8 1MH 6,801
Totala ..~28,06rt 9,429 14,826
Ko alectton ?hitrleta mlsatng- out of a total
of 149.
Plursllty for ~rUson of 13.226.
RICHMOND.
Wilson Taft Rooaevelt
A D (I >?".). (Hep.). iFrog.).
1.. 6.448 lOM 8.7>'9
No elactlon dUtricta nilsslnjj out of a total
of f'>rty-fl\e.
Plurality for Wllaon of 4,674.
CITY VOTE FOR GOVERNOR.
RECAPITULATION.
Su's.r Ilelaea Ptraua
Boroualv U*:n >. iK-pj. (Proa).
Manhnitan and Ttia
Bronx .160.O9 48.668 111,686
Brooklyn .100.677 60.267 66,57a
y.ieens .?... aj.l'.'J 0.888 11.CS3
fflaomeasl _ 8,i?6 -i.wi n.431
Totala.803,741 DIBB 181878
.Vo electlon dlstrkta missina; 8*1 of a total
of 1.730
Plurality for Sulzer of 110,10*.
MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX.
Sulzer Hedges Ptraus
A.D. (Dem >. (Bei ?? fPiJO '
l.?. M.711 808 l."'l
2..? 3.'.^ 3!4 8.848
3. 6,152 3W I.88B
4. 2.082 888 8.047
5._.?... r...*.. i<;7 1.14?
I ....?>.???. 1.510 878 1*48
7.^.... 4.616 1.090 I '"
b.._.?. 1.^4 m
9. 4.048 831 1.288
10. 2840 698 2.7'H
11.... 6.170 1.008 1.231
12. 1018 188 1 288
ia.-... 4.008 888 1.521
14. 4.716 1.408 1.001
16.~. 4.864 1004 1080
16. 4.163 *7U 1.4-?4
17. 4,814 2.H4 8.962
1| ..._. 4.U70 l.t-36 1.700
19 . 6.011 2.6H0 0,023
20.?... 4,013 740 1,880
21 . 4,613 2,<*2
22._. 4.806 84a 1.084
?3 . 10 324 4.8>.?3 H?.'?'7
t' ' . 2 M'.O .-.39 1,888
.? 8^88 8.3?J 2,66?>
.............. 2.527 55.'. 4.304
27^'.. 2.im 2.2-".? 1111
28. 2,282 675 1804
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GOING TO LAW
THERE ls an old saying "The
time to go to Law is be?
fore you buy your land and
not after."
This means that if your title
is well searched, the troubles
will be found in advance ?
perhaps!
You can cover the "perhaps"
by having us guarantee your
title. Then the last drawback
to owning land is overcome so
far as you are concerned.
TjT-E CUARANTkE
AND TRUST C?
Capital . . $ 5,000,000
Surplus(allearned) 11,000,000
176B'way, N. Y. 175Remscn St., Bkly?
350 Fulton St., Jamaica.
.0. 3, .'.71 .."OH Hgn
30. r.,>?ii i 7is a'i?i
.11. 1.218 ES
82. 10,901 ..JIH3 7..-.4.T
n.~. s,?ia l.ii Bj
M.-.... ?>.-'_ Mea \rt47
35. HSM in :,i.?,>'
Totala.-BS.888 88.884 lU.IMl
No aIa.:tlon dlMrlcta miK.*lng out ot a total
of 024.
I'lurallty for Sulzer of 4M04.
Totali_.106.677 B?.-67 0S,%7s'
No election -litrlcts rr.lsatng vit of a total!
of 612.
Plurality for BMlzer of 80,804.
B
STATE OFF'CERS VOTE
Figures for Oontroller, Trea?
urer, Surveyor and Othqrs.
The total vote ln tho grcct^r city fer4
the state offlcerH outsl.lo of (jovernor.
and Lifeutenant Governor follows:
Controller.
Sohmer (Dem.).811,0101
Cunnlngham ( Rop.118.844
Klr.g IS. P.).164.031
Plurality for SohniT, 146.710.
Secratary of State.
May (Dem.).804 14*1
Hugo (Rep. i..Hri.341,
r;i!i (N l' , .168.J32 .
Plurality for Mny, H^.310
Stata Enginear.
Benael (Dem. >. 804.7""*
WIMIams (Tlrp ).118.371 i
'< I'.
Plurality for T(ti?*!. 188,411.
Attorney General.
CArmody <r>*.-i>.80J 590 ,
Btelnbrlnk .p.?p.i.u??e?
Palmlori (N. P. >.
Pluiallty for Canporty, 183 277.
Treaaurer.
Kenne^y <D*m.>.863.510
Ar<-h?r (R*p.).
Cuwrroff \" I'. .*88._1
riurallty for Xenncly. no.no*.
FOR SUPREME COURT.
FIRST DISTRICT ? MANHATTAN
AND THE BRONX.
Recapitulation.
Donaatrf iivm).
WhltHker il'^m.) .
Browa .h,.P) .
Oltbert (Bep.) . *
Hltehlnaa (Prog > .
FltcgrraM *Prog.) .
Pluraiitip* (or DaaaaUy isd -B-__a_-aar of
75,579 an<1 88.808, resr-ettv?ly
Nn election dt~tr1<Hs mtaslng ou? of a te_l
of 0.4.
SECOND DISTRICT.
(Nasaau and Suffolk Countiea ln
cluded.)
Recapitulation.
Un .-Itv.i
Jenke Mai.ning rawcatt Btsag
n-rough. (D..R.SP.) (Detn.) (1 . I <'-f>
Brooklyn ....210.038 -? > ?"?}_!>
Queena .87,211 27.2_ li!.-'* 8-?H '
rtliSmnafl .... I4.08T 1.8TB ?
TotaJe (oUyl.271.254 UM.8B) 18,-81 AftU
Jenks Mannlng Pawcett ??
Cnuntlee. 0>.,B ftP > IDera I IBep i (VPJ
Na_si?_ .18.033 6.SBS .' ? ?' ' M7
Suffnlk . 10.808 8.8-8 4 ' ?^*J
Totala .".MU lfjH MM ?.??
J--_B--_s
?_>
II-I * i <,.,., ? ? ...|?_l illW.MI.I1?'.,'?'??? ' ' '.- <_?"
KI
Clrclc Tonrs?Water and Rail
Grcle touri are very popuiar in Europe and
are becoming ao here. You can covrr the
whole of the Unitecl States and break tha
monctony of rail by part water travei. In
duded ii the 2,000 mile trip from
New York to New Orleans
On Ihe aplendid 10,600 to*
Southern Pacific Steamships

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