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- -s- J-sn-e- -v-vKKfrvmgnw. vasts - ?- i -jKV5-" - V --- --wre -. -W. J 'I THE ST. IOtTIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1904."N WU"H VK VERY KANSAS CITY WARD IS FOR FOLK P JssVssfrjSjasgssjuHlssVfH: PSVSvyj '' Pay vour election bet with a Suit or Overcoat at the Globe. My y ij i y S c2i .2. 3 2i WEDNESDAY, BARGAIN DAY K I?'. 13 F l& K i te EV h.- anywhere else $15 here at any other time $12 but to-day and to-morrow, only The World's Greatest Clothing Store. . M, Si St ELGIN, WALTHAM ind HAMPDEN Wltshl . Fitted In SVrear Dubr SSs'Jteffl:.!. $10.00 Watch and Jewelry Repairing at lowest prices. Zemek'Frie. Jewelry Co., H2 NORTH SIXTH STREET. "Cwrei While You Look." HICKS I IQU1D QAPUDINI OIIDCC HEADACHES Instantly. UUtlCd COLDS in 6 to 12 hours. At Druggists, 10c, 25c and 50c. Estimated Democratic majority In coun ty. 975. THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. (In 1002 Democratic plurality for Itobb In Thirteenth Ulstrlct was 1,040.) JEFFERSON. De Soto, Mo., Nov. 8. Antonio, a Re publican stronghold of Jefferson County, gives Folk a gain of 10 votes. Crystal City, a Republican stronghold, gives Walbridg a gain of 45 votes. Count In Do Soto Is not concluded. The IndlcaUons are Dem ocratic gain of 70 votes. The vote from High Ridge shows a Republican loss of 4 votes over ISO! Vlneland vote stands within 2 votes of 1902 vote. The reports from three precincts of Washington gave Dearing (Rep.) XX majority. Blrkley's majority In Kingston, Washington County, was TO. De Soto, Mo., Nov. 8. Vote: Robb, 192: Rhodes, 206; Berkley, 191; Williams. 199. Shows loss to the Democrats over 1HO. Republican gain of 28 votes. From all In dication Jefferson County will have a Democratic gain of 23 votes over 1902. D Soto. Mo., Nov. 8. Returns ere In from the Fourth Ward. De Soto chows a falling off In the votes of both parties over 1902. The majority for Walbrldge Is 100. This Is the strongest Republican pre cinct In the county, and, with a similar falling off in other precincts, the Demo cratic majority will reach 100. MADISON. Fredericktown, Mo., Nov. 8. Madison County will likely elect a Republican Rep resentative, indications are that the coun ty will go Democratic by ISO plurality. EL Francois County seems likely to go .Republican on the national and State tickets. Frederlcktown. Mo., Nov. 8. So much scratching was done that results are dif ficult to get. Three precincts outside give Republican gains. The vote will be close. Folk runs ahead of the ticket. ST. FRANCOIS. Farmlngton, Mo., Nov. 8. Out of twenty two precincts in St Francois County eleven give Parker 946, Roosevelt 951. Folk MS and Walbrldge M0. For Representative Dunklin (Dem.) 960, Arnoldl (Rep.) SCI. Heavy vote polled. Cook and Allen ran alonr with Folk. WASHINGTON. Potest, Mo., Nov. 8. Incomplete returns Indicate that Washington County has gone Republican by about 250 plurality on the national ticket. E. V. Dealing (Dem.) was elected to the Legislature from this county. The county has likely gone Republican on congressional and State tickets, given the Democratic party about 1.000 majority. The vote is lighter than in 1900. Troy gives Parker 294; Roosevelt, 219. The same precincts in 1900 gave Bryan 323; Mc Xlnley, 212. The vote for State officers U: Folk. 2M:TValbrldge. as; cock. 2S3! Bwanger. 220; Allen, 20; Wilder. 2a. Champ Clark, for congress, will lead the ticket in this county. His vote at Troy is -297. CARTER. Vaa Buren, Mo., Nov. 8. The returns AN OBJECT LESSON In a Restaurant. A physician puts the query: Have you i lever noticed in any large restaurant at unca or dinner time the large number of learty, vigorous old men at the tables; ssen whose ages run from 60 to SO years: many of them bald and all perhaps gray, hut none of them .feeble or senile? Perhaps the spectacle is so common as to have escaped your observation or com aaent, but nevertheless It is an object les son which means something. If you will notice what these hearty old fellows are eating, you win observe that they are not munching bran crackers nor gingerly picking their way through a menu card of new-fangled health roods; en tb contrary, they seem to prefer a Juicy roast of beef, a properly turned loin of mutton and even the deadly broiled lobster is not altogether Ignored. The point of an this U that a vigorous id age depends upon good -digestion and Slenty of wholesome tood and not upon letlng and. an endeavor to live upon bran stackers. There Is a certain class of food cranks wao seem to believe that meat, coffee and many other good things are rank poisons, tat these cadaverous; sickly-looking lndi TMoals are a walking' condemnation of their own theories. The matter in a nutshell is that if the stomach secretes the 'natural digestive Juices In sufficient quantity, any whole- moam 100a wui ce promptly aigestea; II the stomach 'does not i" so, and certain we mu foods ( Jjyspe -'love ioods cause distress, one or two of Stuart's )ytfDsla Tablet after each meal will rs- sbovs an dUBcuIty. because they auoolv Just what every- weak stomach lacks, pep sin, hydro-chloric add. rilnstsse and nuz. Btnarfs Dyspepsia Tablets do not act upon the bowels and,' in fact, are not strictly a medicine, ss they act almost entirely upon the food eaten, digesting it thoroughly and thus giving the stomach a much-Deeded rest and an appetite for the aext xaesl. Of people who travel, -nine out of ten use RtanrTs Dispells, Tablets, knowing them . to b perfectly safe to use at any time sad also havlnsr found our by experience ..that ther are a safeguard against mdlges- - fJoB in aar form, and eatlmras they have ' to, at an hours and all kinds of food, the traveling public ror vears have pinned their faith to Stuart's Tablets. AH druggists sell them at CO cents for -zau-s3sea peerages ana any aruggisT. zrom :x- .. jtame to uuuonus. a nls opinion were A , asked. Wfil say that Stnarfa Driraemli -:'ii Tas4ets.ls lh most sooular and saccess ;&(& f sjsj) j- tsr.sjmr steBach-tronbts. . ELECTED K8THIM6 COULD BEAT THEM! Such swell all-wool handsome Suits and OvercoMs would cost f 01.. show that the Democratic ticket is elected with tho exception of the olilcc of Prose cuting Attorney and Judge of Ea&tcrn District. Th're nro four precincts to hear from, but thero is a safe estimate Folk will carry county by IS -votes. The legis lative candidate is safe by 100 majority. BOLLINGER COUNTY. Marblo Hill, Mo.. Nov. 8. The election passed off quietly hero to-day. Returns from six precincts in Bolllnser County She Roosevelt a majority of 36 votes, a Republican gain of 100 as compared with the vote of 1900. Indications are that the county will give the Republican ticket a majority of not less than 100 votes. PERRY. Perry Me, Mo., Nov. S. Twelve pre cincts out of seventeen give Folk a ma jority of five votes. Democratic los is 100 from tho 1900 vote. Folk ran ahead ot his Ucket a few votes. Indications are that the Republicans have elected the en tire Ucket by a narrow margin. There aro five precincts to hear from which will give a Republican majority of about a hundred. The ote for Congressman Is close. It seems likely that Charles E. Keif ner (Rep.) has been re-elected to the Legislature. FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. (In 1002 Democratic plurality for vnniiner in Konrteentn uistrict Tra S,OSO.) CArE GIRARDEAU. Cape Girardeau, Mo., Nov. S. Based on returns from five voting precincts, tho In dlcaUons aro that Cape Girardeau County will be carried by Uio Republicans by about 490 plurality. The vote in the the five precincts gives the Republican Ucket 1,453 and the Demo cratic COT. It is estimated that there will be an In crease of a thousand In the total vote of the county and that tho Republicans will hold their per cent of the new vote. Jackson, Mo., Nov. 8. Returns so far re ceived for Cane Girardeau County indicate a Republican majority of EOO. Folk runs aneaa or rariter vote. nepuDiicans seem to have elected all county candidates with possible exception of one District Judge. SCOTT COUNTY. Oran. Mo.. Nov. 8. This was the quietest presidential elecUon ever witnessed In Scott County and Incomplete returns show a light vote compared with 1900. Folk has run ahead of the Ucket. carrying the coun ty by about 500 malorltv. Considerable scratching was done, which makes the work of countinc slow. Comnlete telephone bulletins, however, nave been received from enough of the countv precincts to warrant a safe majority for the enUre national. State and countv Democratic tickets, with a slight Republican gain over laxi. PEMISCOT. Hajtl. Mo, Nov. S. The best esUmate of the vote of Pemiscot County gives the entire Democratic ticket. State and coun ty, a majority of over 1000. There was no scratching, except In favor of the Demo craUc county officers. In the two largest townships of the county, HayU anii Little Prairie, 1.205 votes were cast, giving a Democratic majority of about 8TO out of 2.025 votes. In 1900 Bryan's majority was 715. Fully 400 failed to vote. CHRISTIAN. Ozark, Mo.. Nov. 8. Returns from Christian County show a Republican coun ty Ucket elected, some by reduced ma jorities. Folk Is some ahead of his ticket. DUNKLIN. Kennett, Mo., Nov. 8. Dunklin County elects the entire DemocraUc State, con gressional, judicial and county tickets by about 1.000 majority. The total vote shows a loss of about 200. compared to that of 1900. DOUGLAS. Ava. Mo.. No. 8. Five out of twenty three precincts heard from show Republic an gain of 13). Democrats hold Folk ran ahead of ticket. Heavy vote polled. In dications are Republicans carry tho coun ty by a big majority. MISSISSIPPI. Charleston. Mo.. Nor. 8.-SIx out of thirteen Mississippi precincts Indicate Folk has carried the county by 200. Russell for Congress by 400. The county Democratic ticket I elected by reduced majority except Sheriff. Vote light. FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. (In 1003 Democratic plurality for Denton in Fifteenth District was JfOST.) BARTON. Golden City. Mo., Nov. 8. Early returns give this township to Folk by about SO ma jority. Republican gains in Barton Coun ty are reported. JASPER. Joplin, Mo.. Nov. 8. Five precincts of 64 In Jasper County give Roosevelt 495. Par-j ker 412. ' Joplin, Mo.. Nov. 8. Nine precincts In Jasper County give Roosevelt L200, Parker SSL Same precincts give Folk 970. Wal brldge L130., Shartcl (Rep.), for Congress SCrt; Benton (Dem.), 205: Folk 433. Walbrldge 478. Jasper County will go Republican. VERNON COUNTY. Nevada. Ma. Nov. 8. Thirteen precincts give Benton a. majority of more than 5G0. Folk leads bv 170 votes. The State and national tickets are running doe to gether. A very cood vote was polled. The Republican predictions of cutUng down Benton in the county have failed to ma terialize so far. LAWRENCE. Aurora, Mo.. Nov. 8. The 'election was exceedingly quiet. Owing to scratching of tickets and other causes the vote is slow In coming In. At this Ume. 830 p. m.. the vote of this city is not aU counted. The vote Is -very light and only official count will determine the result. Republicans wIU carry everything with the possible exception of Sheriff, Assessor and Prosecuting Attorney. Folk is so far 'eadlng the ticket and Benton is not falling behlnd-hls Ucket. SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. (In 10O2 Democratic plurality for Lamar in Sixteenth District was 1,100.) MARIES COUNTY. Vienna, Mo., Nor. 8, Almost the full vote of South Jackson Township was cast. The rots was .as follows: DemocraUc At Midnight Republicans Claimed That Roosevelt Had Carried the Town by 3,000. COUNTY OFFICERS IN DOUBT. None of the Democratic Candi dates Ran Anywhere Near Head of Ticket, Who Got Heavy Republican Vote. Rnrtmuc STECIAL. Knnsaa City, Mo.. Nov. 8. The Roose velt Iandslldo affected Kansas City to such an extent that at midnight It looked as though a majority of tho candidates on tho Republican county Ucket were elected. The county outside of the city gao ma jorities for tho Democratic ticket ranging from 1,500 to 2,500. The city went Repub lican, but how much could not bo safely estimated. At midnight not a tingle precinct had been officially reported to the Election Commissioners. The scratching was some thing unprecedented, and it took time to ccunt the ballots. The Republicans fig ured on the incomplete returns that they swept the county and elected practically all of the county ticket. Tho Democrats figure they have elected thoso Democrats who were not specially fought In a scml organized way and that they may have saed Gllday for Sheriff. FOLK CARRIED EVERY WARD. It Is hard to tell whether Folk got more Republican votes or Roosevelt more Dem ocratic otcs. In some precincts Folk was 9) to 100 votes ahead of Parker. He car ried the city and very likely every ward In the city. No other Democrat ran near enough to him to be worth considering In the race. Roosevelt ran away from the calcula tions of everybody. It was the Roosevelt sentiment that pounded down tho Demo cratic majority in tho north end of the city. What worried the Democrats most was telephone messages that came from BmlthUlle, Lexington, Excelsior Springs, Richmond and other towns. They said some Democrats voted for Roosevelt and that others refused to -vote. Around Democratic headquarters there was a disposition to admit that Roosevelt has carried Missouri, and that possibly part of the Republican State ticket is elected. At midnight P. S. Brown Jr., chair man of the Republican County Committee, made the following statement to a re porter for The Republic: CLAIMS CITY BY 3.000. "From reports from twenty-live pre .cincts of Jackson County outside of Kan sas City, tho Democratic Ucket has car ried the county precincts by 1,500 majority. "The Republicans have carried Kansas City by 3,Cji) majority, s''ng the net Re publican majority in Jackson County of 1,500 votes. Roosevelt runs ahead of his ticket. Ellis for Congress is probably elected by LOW majority. Walbrldge will probably low Jackson County by a small majority." electors. 271: Republicans, C4; Folk, 293; Walbrldge, 64; Cook, 257; Swanger, 66; Allen, 267; Wilder, 66; Cow gill. 272; Gmel Ich, 63; Majors, 272: Hadley, 60; Oglesby, 272; Whitman, 63; Woodson, 272; Lamm, t5; Timmonds. 272: Johnson. 67; Lamar. 271; Murphy. 65; Hazell, 270; Martin, 63; Devll blss, 270; Musser, 65. DENT COUNTY. Salem, Mo., Nov. 8. Seven precincts out of seventeen in Dent County, Sixteenth Congressional District, give Folk 49.), Wal bridgo 380, a Democratic gain of 170 as compared with the vote in the same pre cincts In 1900. Parker ran behind the State ticket. A Democrat Is elected to the Leg islature. The vote was light i-n account of dissatisfaction with the national ticket. WEBSTER. Cedar Gap, Uio., Nov. 8. rull vote In Webster County. Folk Is thought to lead Ucket. Trimble (Dem.) for Representative is running ahead and will probably be elected. PHELPS. St. James, Mo.. Nov. 8. St. James gives Folk about 175: Walbridire 275. Six county preclncu give Folk 3M, Walbrldge 299. PULASKI COUNTY. Dixon. Mo.. Nov. 8. The vote in three precincts In Pulaski County gives Folk a majority of 133. a Democratic gain ot 19, as compared with the vote of IKK). J. M. Johnson (Dem.l Is elected to the Legisla ture. The vote was heavy on account of Folk's popularity. CRAWFORD. Steelvllle. Mo.. Nov. 8. Seven precincts out of fifteen in Crawford County civo Parker 397. Roosevelt 794. Folk KS. Wal brldge 793. Lamar. 604. Murphy 758. Clayton. Representative CZ5. Lewis 757. VICE PRESIDENT FAIRBANKS ATTENDS'A JOLLIFICATION Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 8. Senator Charles W. Fairbanks, who was to-day elected Vice President of the United States, was a guest of honor at a recep tion at the Columbia Club to-night. Eh en by prominent Republicans of the city and State. The affair was an Informal Jollifi cation. Senator Fairbanks said to the Associated Press: "The result is a very generous Indorse ment of President Roosevelt and of his n ost admirable administration." Senntor Fairbanks announced that he and President Roosevelt had exchanged congratulations. The Christmas Delineator. The December Delineator, with Its mes sage of good cheer and helpfulness, will be welcomed in every home. The fashion pages are unusually attractive, illustrat ing and describing the very latest modes In a way to make their construc tion" during the busy festive season a. pleasure Instead of a task, and the liter ary and pictorial features are of rare ex cellence. A selection of oa songs from the Wagner operas, rendered into English bv Richard le Gallienne and beautllully Illustrated In colors by J. C Leyendecker, occupies a prominent place, and a chapter In the Composers.' Series, relating the Romance of Wagner and Cosima. Is an interesting supplement to the lyrics. A very clever DaDer. entitled "The Court .Cirrlcs of The Republic." describing s-jme unique phases of Washington social life. Is from an unnamed contributor, who is said to write from the inner circles of so ciety. There are short stories from the pens of F. Hopklnson Smith. Robert Grant. Alico Brown. Mary Stewart Cut ting and Elmore Elliott Pcake, and such Interesting writers as Julia Magruder, L. Frank Baum. and Grace MacGowan Cooke hold the attention of the children. Many Christmas suggestions are given In needle work, and the Cookery pages are redo lent of the Christmas feast. In addition there are the regular departments of the magaxine. with many special articles on topics relating to woman's Interests with in and without the home. Mlssonrlans in Xew York. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. Nov. 8. Among the arrivals at the hotels here to-day were the follow ing from Missouri: St. Louis F. J. Stockwell. A. O. Robyn, im perial; J. A. Brown. M. Trofock. Albert: J. A. Letchen. .Manhattan: E. X. Ituajell. Hotel As ter; A. A. Tucker. NaTarre; L. II. Mahoney. Aahlana; L. Gold toll. Woodward; p. J. Tarrell. Ken ting ton; Doctor EL Soleri. Union Square; P. J. McCUUoch. Broadway Central. Kansas City & n. Edoa. c. Myers, Cum berland: N. V. Petgew. G. W. Grove. Oranfl Union: C C. Snyder. Hotel Astor: O. B. Peclc. Murray HIM: L A. Rlebaeh. Herald Square; J. M. Gcldratth. ETeretL SC Jeiepn E. H. Lewis and Mrs. Levis, Herald Sonare. Banquets for Season '04-'03. The Hamilton Hotel will make a specialty of banquets, bowling parties, etc. See W. F. WILLIAMSON, Manager. j Steamer Blankets And Lap Robes In Nugent's Base ment. Scotch Plaid Steamer Blankets or Robes. These are Scotch clan plaids on one side tho othei side plain colors heavy fringe on ends; regular ?G.50 BlanKcts; Wednesday at $4.00 Each Pretty Lap Robes of gray vb'.p cord, with woven checli back, wide edge and four rows of stitching; regular S4.00 L.-.p Robes for only 2.83 Each Nobby Princeton Lap Robes, of a beautiful darj: camel's-hair ma terial, with heavy checked lining, worth $6.00; Nugent's Wednes day price. . . $4.30 Each Wednesday Bargains In Colored Dress Goods 54-inch Storm Serges, 50-inch Granite Voiles, 48-Inch Panama Suitings, 4G-Inch Mannish Suitings, 50-inch Chiffon Voiles, 50-Inch Fancy Suitings, 46-inch Granite Worsteds, 50-in. Zibcline Xouveaute, Choice 65 c 46-Inch Corded Cream Pru- Yard nelia, 46-lnch Cream Novelties, Goods worth $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 a yard SILKS FROM AUCTION! Thousands of pieces the very newest designs and colorings just from the looms ! They were sold last week in New York City by order of The Ashley L Bailey Co. one of the largest silk manufacturing firms in existence! Nugent's bought liberally and judiciously as you'll readily admit when you see the superb silks we offer to-day at these marvelously low prices! 35c White Habutai all pure silk Auction Sale Price. . . 59c Shirt-Waist Suiting Silks, with hairline checks; navj blues and "27 black Auction Sale Price OL, 85c Pompadour Taffetas in jac- 2Q quard effects Auction Sale Pr. '"' 65cplain a'11-silk Taffetas, in street and evening: shades Auction A.'Xn Sale Price OK I, B. NUGENT & ROOSEVELT CALMLY OF President- at- Dinner- When- Ho Learns of His Suc cess. x SURPRISED AT THE VOTE. Intimate Friends Assemble at the White House and Congratu late Him and His Wife. Wathlngton, Nov. 8. Surrounded by his devoted family and a company ot intimate personal friends. President Roosevelt to night received the news ot his overwhelm ing victory achieved to-day at the polls of the American people. The first Information of a definite char acter was received by the President while he was at dinner. The returns laid be fore him then were In the nature of assur ances that he had carried New Tork. his home State, by a plurality so large as to be really astounding. Bulletins from the newspapers of New Tork City were received conveying the welcome news. While the President was graUfled, It may be said that the result was not en Urely unexpected, although he, himself, haa not anticipated so tremendous a vic tory. These and rapidly succeeding buileUns, each conveying to him more cheering news, were read and discussed by the President with surprising calmness. He was In the best of spirit?, but at no Ume did be manifest the slightest nervousness or anxiety. Assured, as he said, that the campaign had been conducted on a plane of princi ple and patrloUsm, as lofty as ho himself would hae it. and that everything had been done which legitimately could be done to Insure the success of the princi ples which had been promulgated by the Republican party and by him, he had awaited with perfect confidence the ver dict of the people. Soon after dinner a company of the lnti mato friends of the President and Mrs. Roosevelt assembled in the parlors of the White House and extended their felicita tions and congratulations to both of them on the result. TELEGRAM FROM PARKER. ShorUy after 9 o'clock President Roose velt received a personal telegram from his Democratic opponent congratulating him on his election. In addlUon to the telegram received from Judge Parker, the White House telegraph force was deluged with congratulatory messages for the President from friends In every section of the country. Although Major B. F. Montgomery and a force of operators were on duty. It was impossible for them to handle prompUy the flood of telegrams. TJnUl far Into the night the messages continued to come, even long after the President bad retired to the private apartments of the White House. At 10:15 o'clock the President left bis lies VICT Ste "unbred Pillow Cases 100 dozen 42x36-inch extra fine ready-made Un bleached Pillow Cases; also 50 dozen 45x36 inch fine Bleached Pillow Cases. Either of these would be cheap atl2c. We Qr offer you choice Wednesday at, only '' Clothing Four Big Bargains Third Floor. Suits for boy3 of 7 to 16 years, in double-breasted and Norfolk styles (coat and knee pants) of all-wool gray and brown mixtures well mado and lined regular $5.00 suits a Wednesday bar gain at $2.03 Youths' Long Pant Suits (ages 13 to 20 years) of all-wool cheviots. In mixtures or plain blue single or double breasted a well-made $7.50 suit Wednesday at. $3.00 21c 65c ShirfWaist Suiting Silks, in small designs; street shades of browns, navys, jrrays, jrreens, etc. A"7r Auction Sale Price fC 6Se all-silk Black Taffetas "wear guaranteed" Auction Sale Pr 75c Shirt-Waist Suiting Silks; rich Crtf new colorings Auction SalePr.OC 89c Black Lustrous Silk Peau de Soie Auction Sale Price BRO. DRY GOODS gnest3 at tho Whito House and went to his private ofllce in the execuUve build ing. There he greeted a largo number of the corps of Washington correspondents who had been awalUng him. He chatted freely with tliem about the result of the election, making no attempt to conceal his great gratification at the victory which had been won. MAKES A STATEMENT. After talking Informally with his friends for a time, the President dictated a for mal statement expressing his views. The scene at the moment of the making of the statement was notable. Ranged In a semlclrdo about the big desk in the Pres ident's office, the correspondents faced Mr. Roosevelt as he tilted back In an arm chair, dictated the announcement slowly to Secretary Loeb. who sat at the Presi dent's left. So quiet was everybody In the room that one could bear the clock tick on the mantel shelf. The President's statement that, under no circumstances would be accept another nomination. After receiving the congratulations of the newspaper men. the President received a committee representing the Republican political organizations of Washington and the members of the Junior League. To the latter he briefly spoke as follows: "Ladles and Gentlemen: I wish to thank you with all my heart and to say that I very deeply appreciate the confidence that American people hae shown in me, and that I shall do all that In me lies not to forfeit that confidence. (Cheers and ap plai re.) Messages received by President Roose velt was one from his running mate on the Republican ticket. Senator Charles W. Fairbanks. It read: "Indianapolis. Nov. 8. ISO. The Honor-, able Theodore Roosevelt: Accept my heartiest congratulations upon your well deserved and magnificent victory. Tour election Is the logical result of your splen did administration. May the four years to come bo marked by widespread happi ness and prosperity. Mrs. Fairbanks Joins me In the best wishes to Mra. Roosevelt and yourself." The President's reply was conveyed In a personal telephone talk with Mr. Fair banks, In which he congratulated the lat ter. NaUonal Chairman George B. Cortel you, to whom the President accords the highest praise for his conduct of the cam paign, telegraphed at a late hour as fol lows: "New Tork, Nov. 8. The President, White House: The country has gien an overwhelming vote of confidence In you and your administration. My associates of the Republican National Committee Join mo In heartiest congratulations." REPUBLICANS WIN IN EAST ST. LOUIS Elect Entire County Ticket by ifajority of Approximately 1,200 Rodenberg Claims Majority of 3,000. At midnight the indications are that the Republicans nave elected their entire tick et from State Senator down In St. Clair County. Belleville went Republican by 200 for the electoral ticket. 100 for the Republican candidate for Congress, W. A. Rodenberg, and about the same majority for the coun ty Ucket. St. Clair County, estimated from Incomplete returns at midnight, will have a Republican majority of 1.200. East St. Louis gave the enUre Republican Uck et a majority of about 600. W. A. Rodenberg carried Alton by 00, and at midnight claimed that he would be elected by J,e0 to 5,000. "Bu3ter Brown" Overcoats for Ht te lads of 3 to 8 years, of heavy all-wool blue or brown cheviots, cut extra long, with belt and gilt buttons; worth $5.00 our price for Wednesday $3.05 Men's Overcoats Oxford gray or fancy dark mixtures, friezes or heavy cheviots full length, with belted back; coats worth $15.00 Nugent's price $10.00 49c 55c CO., Broadway and MURPHY EXPRESSES GREAT REGRET Tammany Leader Says Party Will Discover the Cause of the Republican Landslide and Remedy It. REPinilJC SPECIAL. Nev Tork. Nov. 8. It was a very much depressed crowd at Tammany Hall, to night. Mr. Murphy dropped in a short Ume after the polls closed. At 9 o'clock after it was evident that there had been a landslide In this State, as well as throughout the country, for the Republic an ticket, he gave out this statement: "Of course, I am very much surprised at the result. I do not attempt to account for It. Whatever may have been the cause win develop, and the party can then deal with It- "I sincerely resTet the defeat of Judge Parker. He was in all respects a worthy condidate. As much can be said for Judge Herrlck and his associates on the State Ucket. "They were undoubtedly the choice of the Democracy, and their defeat is to be regretted more for the sake of the party and for the country than for the candi dates, individually."' FAIRBANKS MADE A MISTAKE. Went to the Wrong- Pol Huge Booth to Cast UIs Vole. Indianapolis. Nov. 8. When Senator Fairbanks went to the polling booth he was accompanied by his two sons, Rich ard and Frederick. The Senator went to the wrong booth and was directed to his own precinct voting-place. He was in the booth one minute and twenty seconds. "Hardly had time to vote her crooked. Senator." remarked a voter, as the Sen ator came out. Mr. Fairbalks replied, pleasantly, and shook hands with a num ber of voters. As he left the polling-place Senator Beverldge came up to vote. Shnyler Is Democratic. Rushvllle. HI.. Nov. S. Schuyler County gives Parker about 300 majority. Entire DemocoraUc county Ucket Is elected by majoritl's ranging from 100 to 30". a loss of 100 votes as compared with votes of 1500. Vote was very light. Adams Connty Is Republican. Qulncy. M-. Nov. 8. IndlcaUons are that Quincy and Adams County have gone Re publican by a small majority. Four years ago the county gave Bryan a majority of 797. Or this plurality Quincy gave 713. The Chicago charter amendment and the three other questions of public policy carried by Baby Mine a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the Buffering; and danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of miarrr. Mother's Friend ig the only remedy which relieves women of the great pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as woman' feverest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided by its use. Those ivho use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the tenons accidents so common to tie critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold," cays many who have nsed it, $1.00 per bottle at drop- stores. Book containing valuable information of interest to all be sent to any address free upon mumnam reguiato Art Needlework Lot of Battenberg Braid3 that were 3c to 5c Wednesday at lc Yard Pillow Cord3, in assorted colors; were 10c and 15c a yard Wednesday at 3c Yard Finished Campaign and Printed Pillow Covers, formerly 50c we'll closo them out Wednesday at 13c Each Paper Flags of all Nations, mount ed on strings, for decorative pur poses 5c Flags Wednesday at tc String 10c Flags Wednesday at 3c String Black Goods Hard-finish Worsted Granites heavy weight and in a rich, hand some black Wednesday. . . .48c 52-inch Sponged Choviots; a close, hard-finished weavo and best of black dye Wednesday 38c 52-lnch Fine Black Venetian a fine, closo weave that will not wear rough or shabby Wednes day ....75c 50-inch Fine Cheviots and hard finished Nun's Serges a rich, deep black sponged and shrunk Wednesday - 89c $1.00 pure silk Black Taffetas guaranteed" on selvedge Auction Sale Price--.- $1.25 heavy shirt-waist Suiting Silks; neat effects; Auc. Sale Pr. $1.50 Silks for Shirt-Waist Suits, new browns, blues, etc Auction Sale Price. $1.25 black all-silk Peau de Soie 36 inches wide; Auction Sale Pr. wear 65c 65c 75c I 88c Washington Av. -070- TEXAS Indian Territory or Oklahoma ATTP H2STTJHN Gaad 21 Days, Novembsr fOth ind 22d, VIA Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway TIck.fs at 520 OLIVE ST. and Unitn Statlan. iLRstfftfrtARTS '&&hflaMi Will Core the Following; Symptoms! Pains la tb lde. back, onder the tboeldtr Wade, smotherloe sensations. Datettatloa of h heart, a Ured feellns la the morning, a poor acDetlte. coated tenm.. blotches siuT Mmsle. 3n ,lav' tn-atirent Sc. All drqgrlwa. larse majorities. The vote was consider ably lighter than four years ago. The So cialists have polled about 500 votes In the county. Most of them came from the Democratic party. Congressman Prince (Rep.) has been re-elected In this (the Fifteenth) district. John A. Stelnbach has been elected Senator and C S- Hearn fDem.),,I. D. Webster (Dem.) and Thomas Echols (Ren.) have been elected State Representatives from this (the Thirty seventh), senatorial district- Socialists Outvote Democrats. Mollne. I1L. Nov. 8. Rock Island Coun ty gives a majority of 4.500 for Roose velt. Mollne furnishing at least two-fifths of this figure. The Socialists outvoted the Democrats In every ward In Mollne. Early Indications are that McCaskryn (Ind.) has defeated Cook (Dem.) for the Legisla ture. Every mot&er falt great dread of tb pais and danger attendant apoa the most critical parM of her .life. Becoaaioar Mother's ;. friend women, will application Atiamtm. $C.OO 4 "is 1 "5vl.- .... " 'S'fr.Vr '1'. - kf- ,. - ..-..3 " fHteJV-E: . a?c?8?-fcyM Ac --jf-esB.ra. tefe, te&!!S&&&&H& f fi-i- .. . --. ' -.--?xt'v S&&&&tsJ$&&i&&g&i& fef-.jA.B?