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i: 4iV I $ \*7K* ,. A vV/ imsKii w* I** r/ ,*v iw»« IOWA tr.??/- Crawford £«.« ^4J' a a,: V_ llwis 1 .....j S /•?i/- /%. 3} @Is VOLUME 40- «-. •.<p></p>THE ROOSEVELT SWEEPS $Wm s'mm T- pi "j N1 H" New York, Nov. 9.—The Ueiniblican "natiouai ticket has beeu elected by a 4 Was I1 6* 4 Democratic successes are confined to the solid south, in which Ken p"\|& tucky is included, and Mr. Parker has |r it not carried a single state which did. Receives 325 Electorial Parker Has 151 i'' vote in the electoral college that will were cast for him in New York state exceed that of 292, given for McKin- about 1S5.000 votes more than for, v. ley in 1900. The result of the ballot- Parker.* Not only was his vote heavy fifing As a dramatic climax to the sensa- everywhere fell below Bryan's in tional majorities given him, camo practically all up-state districts. The ja President Roosevelt's formal an nouncement that he would not be a "|!i candidate for re-election, lending the !»»_% only exciting aspect to an election Otherwise so one sided that it was Impossible for the voters to attain that degree of enthusiasm which usually marks the occasion. This morning came an announcement from 1 Melvin G. Palliser, manager of the campaign for Thomas E. Watson, the candidate of the People's party, that! would lead Roosevelt by only 40,000, as a result of the overwhelming Dem- they were received with amazement. Ocratic defeat steps would be taken The Parker plurality in the city was to form a new party. To this end, 35,000 less than that given Herrick according to the announcement given (Dem.) for governor. There was a out, Mr. Bryan, Mr. Watson and Will- great surprise in the proportions of lam Randolph Hearst would hold a the vote for Higgins (Rep.) for gov confercnce in New York in about a ernor, he running far ahead of the Week's time. Odell vote in the counties, and win- Judge Parker acknowledged the ning by about 85,000. Herrick did not Situation by telegraphing President carry Albany, his home county, nor Roosevelt his congratulation. did Parker carry Ulster, in which he The perfect weather conditions lives. Which prevailed over practically the entire country brpught out a vote Which experienced politicians predict Will be a record-breaker, and the bal lots of the Republicans gained more than their share. It is not only a year of phenomenal votes, but of phe nomenal Republican majorities as well. Pennsylvania heads the list *s tlio tat". Republican state, with the magnificent plurality of 325,000 New York comes next with 185,000. Ne vada, which was carried by Bryan lour years ago, is Republican and the js Republican in both branches by Indications are that Montana, Idaho large majorities. Colorado, also Democratic in 1900, *ni. have gone back to the Republican col umn. Delaware is estimated at about •,000 Republican Massachusetts •bout 9.1,000, and Connecticut, is Which tlie more sanguine of the Dem- 3" •y. '-, srt? •."(" A,? K-f New York Majority Enormous fl Probably will Reach 185,000 astounding even to the most in the country districts, where the iSanguine of the Republican managers. Republican strongholds are, but in the Confident as they were of success, greater New York, traditionally Dem-j they were not prepared for the aston- ocratic, he ran much closer to Par lshing figures which followed the ker than had been expected. It had Eepublican column not only all of down to the Bronx with better than those states they had claimed as safe 140,000 plurality, but the figures for their candidates, but, with the pos- showed that this forecast would be sible exception of Maryland, every state classed as doubtful. not give its vote to Mr. Bryan four 000 votes. So overwhelming was the years ago. Unofllcial returns indicate Republican vote that the result was I that he has lost some of those which known positively early in the evening, the Nebraska candidate held for his The earliest couuties to report party. made it clear that the Parker vote ^E^v^Wv^ts* THE WHOLE eOUNTRY County Goes Republican a E a a a KlinKer and Maynard McKinley's in 1900 by about 41,300. The. late returns show that there closing of"the polls, bringing into the been estimated that he would come carried the state by 80,000. The en tjre 1 1 greater New York Parker plurality was from 12,000 to 14,000 larger than Bryan's, but in the state, according to the late reports, his total vote fell 1G.000 short of Bryan's. The small plurality for Parker in New York city caused great estonishment, the lowest preliminary ante-election estimates Bronx with 100,000 or more. When the reports came in showing that he Delaware. I Wilmington, Nov. y.—Returns at hand this morning indicate that Roosevelt has carried Delaware by about 2,500 majority and that the Re publicans have elected their entire state ticket by majorities a little smaller. New Hampshire- •era.lie leaders claimed to have haa hopes, is about 25,000 for Roosevelt.! Texas. While on the national ticket the! Austin, Tex., Nov. 9.—Returns show Democrats have suffered a crushing time the vote cast will hardly exceed defeat, they have retrieved them selves on some state tickets. They have reversed the national votes by Sleeting governors in Massachusetts, Uinnesota, Montana and probably Kebraska, Colorado, West Virginia. Roosevelt's plurality in this, hla native state, is second only to Mc Kinley's 268,000 ia 1896. It exceeds Concord, N. H., Nov. 9.—Roosevelt has carried the state by 20,000 and McLane (Rep.), for governor, is elect ed by at least 12,000. The legislature Maine. Portland, Me., Nov. 9.—The e)iml nation from the election of a state contest in Maine detracted from the interest. The result was a victory for 1 Roosevelt and Fairbanks. 375,i!00, of which 250,(.'00 were cast for Pnrker, 60,000 for Roosevelt and the balance scattering. Vermont White River Junction, Vt., Nov. 9.— Roosevelt carried Vermont by about 31,000. He ran ahead of McKinley's vote in 1900, while that of Parker ran behlnA Bryan. Vt «, t&v fBT A ltlricli Olias, Curator Historical Dept Wyoming. having figured that he would go to the Permanent location of the state cap- ^W(^'-. ft. v-7 Votes BY 140.000 South Dakota. Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 9.—Roose-1 velt has carried nearly every county in the state by pluralities of from 100 to 9 )00, indicating that his plurality will not be far from 50,000. Returns from the rural precincts are slow, but all indicate a landslide for Roose velt. The largest previous Republic an plurality was in 1889, when they state exceeded by approximately 85,000. In islature, was elected. "It was a mag the city Parker's supporters had ex- nificent victory," said Senator Kit pressed hopes that their candidate would have from 140,000 to 1C0,000 more than Roosevelt, but in this they "were disappointed by more than 10Q,- ably defeated by from 15,000 to 20,000. and congressional tickets and nearly every Republican county ticket, as well as members of the leg' tredge. The contest for the removal of the capital was an exciting feature of the day and the proposition is prob- Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 9.—Roosevelt I has carried Wyoming by about 8,000. Mondell (Rep.) has been elected to congress by over 6,000. Brooks (Rep.) has been elected governor by over 4,000 over Osborne (Dem.), and the] rest of the Republican state ticket has been elected by majorities rang ing l'rom 3,000 to 5,000. The Repub licans will control both branches of the state legislature, thus insuring! the re-election of Senator Clark. I Cheyenne is far in the lead for the ltal. North Dakota. Grand Forks, N. D., Nov. 9.—Roose velt carried North Dakota by over 20,000. This is an increase of over 60 per cent from McKinley's majority. The state ticket is elected by 4,000 less. Of the 140 members in the houses of the legislature about ninety will be Republican. This will insure the election of a Republican United States senator to succeed Senator McCumber. Montana Is for Roosevelt. Butte, Mont., Nov. 9.—Montana Is for Roosevelt, returns indicating a gain by the Republicans of over 30 per cent over four years ago. Gov ernor Toole (Dem.) is re-elected. The Democratic state ticket, with possibly one or two exceptions, appears to have won. Every county heard from has gone for Roosevelt by from 300 to 800 majority. Washington. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 9—Incomplete returns l'rom thirty-seven precincts in King county give Mead (Rep?), 1, 050 Turner (Dem.), 380. Cha'rman Palmer of the Republican state cen tra! committee says that Mead will carry the state by a comfortable plu rality. Idaho. Boise, Ida., Nov. 9.—Returns indi cate that Roosevelt will carry the state by from 15,000 to 20,000 French is re-elPfted to congress by ii.'OO and Gooding (Rep.) is elected gov ernor by about the same majority. Florida. Jacksonville. Fla., Nov. 9.—Returns Indicate the usual Democratic major ities in Florida. The Democratic can didates for congress are all elected. DENISON REVIEW DENISON, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER g, 1904. Do yOU need a I .j, t. INDIANA F0R_R00SEVELT Republicans Have Almost Doubled the McKinley Plurality. Indianapolis, Nov. 9.—Indiana has been carried by the Republicans by from 45,000 to 55,000. The legislature January, will elect two United States senators, one to succeed Vice Presi dent-elect Charles W. Fairbanks. Sen ator Beveridge will be re-elected. i&>' ^L- 4 will be Republican by nearly fifty, Black (Dem.) by more than 20,000. probably more. All the nine Repub-' Bight Republicans and two Democrats lican congressmen are re-elected by will constitute the state's congres increased majorities and the Repub- sional delegation, a gain of one for licans claim also the Second and the Republicans. Allen defeated Con Twelfth districts, now represented by gressman Hughes in the Sixth dis Representatives Miers and Robinson, trict. The legislature is overwhelm both Democrats. They are in doubt.! ingly Republican and John Kean will The legislature, which will meet in probably succeed himself as United The Republicans have almost, if not quite, doubled the McKinley plurality In the state of 26,467 four years ago. In Marion county, which includes In dianapolis, 132 precincts indicate the Republicans have carried the county by 11,000, which is almost double the McKinley plurality of lour years ago. residenctT from'private'wTreZ wh^ch connected his home with the white Newark, N. J., Nov. 9.—New Jersey was carried by the Republicans by a la rg(-r majority than even the most sanguine of tin. ilftpiiblican pmiic- THE CASE I nswssnvwIP? -iV-?^ "K\' *..1 &<'"•" :, ',.^.^l *w5vv & 1 „. EFORE buying look our 1 ine over. RANGES and HEATING STOVES. Our stoves are money savers-—first in the cost and afterward in the amount of fuel consumed. "FAULTLESS RAN GES" and "PENINSULAR HEATERS" have no superiors. In our Grocery Department You will find there is nothing to excel '-WIZARD" flour. It has stood the test. "DIAMOND S" can ned goods are the best. CASH FOR YOUR PRO-© duce. E GEO. MENAGH & C0^ tions. The state gives in the neigh borhood of 60,000 for Roosevelt, ex ceeding McKinley's majority four years ago by 3,000. Despite a local issue against him, and which caused him to be cut severely in several parts of the state, Stokes, Republican candidate for governor, defeated States senator. 1 Vice President-elect Charles "w.: Fairbanks received the returns at his Massachusetts. Boston, Nov. 9.—Sufficient returns from the election in Massachusetts have been received to indicate a vic tory for Roosevelt and Fairbanks electors, but at the same time a de feat of Governor Bates for election by William L. Douglas, the Democrat ic candidate.. The Republicans elect- ed the rest of the state ticket, at least tei\.0^t^e /°ur^n a as. i!»rr *~v^51 f« NEWST0VE ^. 1 c0°gref^™e,niand which wil1 select two house at Washington. He and Presl-' ?ldes ^eir candidate for governor at dent Roosevelt early exchanged con gratulation t, and Senator Fairbanks was given a reception at the Colum bia club. New Jersey. Unit,ed state» SAnotAKC T^V* ft AlAnfrt#! Ka_ Benat°rs. mmm a s4 tv tucky in 1900 gave Bryan 8,098 plu rality. The returns from 683 pre cincts show a plurality of 16,026 for Parker. The congressional delega tion is unchanged, ten Democrats and one Republican. The Populists In creased their votes slightly. Republican Landslide in Michigan. Detroit, Nov. 9.—Michigan was the scene of a veritable Republican land slide. Roosevelt and Fairbanks have carried the state by an unprecedented majority, variously estimated at from 100,000 to 150,000. Fred M. Warner and the Republican state ticket are elected, at least eleven of the twelve congressmen from Michigan are Re publican and the legislature is over whelmingly Republican, insuring the re-election of United States Senator J. C. Burrows. New Hampshire. Concord, N. H., Nov. 9.—This state has preserved unbroken its line of Republican national victories, which began with Fremont in 1856, and has given its electoral vote to Roosevelt large majority of the legislature, by approximately 20,000. The Repub- "can* hav,ectafo als° 1 The Democrats elected, be- sional and state tickets least three congressmen. Roosevelt's majority is estimated at 82,000. Kentucky. Louisville, Nov. 9.—With one-third of Kentucky's 1,896 precincts report ed, the vote indicates a majority in the state for Parker of from 13,000' West Virginia. to 14,000. The figures of the Demo-' Huutm&ton, a., Nov. t. Indftca cratic and Republican managers show "onft point to a majority for Roose little vrriance from this result. Ken- between 300 and 400. CORSET IS THE MOST COMFORTABLE FITTING CORSET MADE Prices 50c, $1.00 and $150. SARACHON SISTERS, lerte? 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