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tlon, ft?, whlle flgures an la known that UK ' I > jtJOtOI. have vi led, nnd t jnay pi ove mati i lal To-niiiht every pn 1ms been heard from about a dossti the fu nnd Tuii hare ' - n clty, wlth all p" ? i Taft Has B0.8S2. and Ing the city to thi 1,800. Whlle the Mai I U Congres" ??? r>1 iltu ? lltteal eempii xlon, M sonncl. Aaron Mllle placsd Wolf, Damoc Dlstrlct, nnd l Cfetda Jai kson, Rspul The great surprrs* heavy reductions In ik t ln thn Bfata imi from all bui riRur.?? on Bryan toetted, ln ihe U reported on U\ IU ]v ln per i-an, re? I Third *t, stie -,, First, in tha Ities ot Ih Dli ln the for 211. jrcotno the Tnft 1cm dley's plurality. no; voting Had vote been Cflst t1 glven Tnft n ms W*S fl Whlte m.it Georgla a ba ttlt g people generally .< electlon. IhO negro ?d negro lUld have n II. nd makea 13. The -. ,-r Tnft'8 ; MIsn Tnft Wnti-lieil llcluriia. PHILADELPHIA, I'A.. November I.? Miss Kelen Taft, dattghter of the ['resl dtfnt-elect. a sludeut at Bryn Mawr College, iT-ai- liere, is naturally de iighte.i bedause of her father's suc? cess at yesterJay's eleotion, nnd to day siv> la rocelvlng the oonrnatala' tions of her olasSmatej. M6s Taft Came Into the Clty from Bryn Mawr I iM^'i nlght, nnd with a number of trlenda spent aome 11111* watchlng the] returns as they were flaahed on tha soreen ln front of n nowspaper oftloe, < ongrntiilnle .futlpre 'I'nfl. JACKSi>NV'lI.I.E. l-'I.A., November 4, ?The Boar i "f Trade of this clty. most; of the members of Whlch nro Demo-' crata, to-day senl n meseage to .liulgo, Wiiilam li. Taft congratulaUng hlm) upon his eteetlrrn t? the proslderi'T. ' and wlshlng natlonal prosparlty and progress under the guidance of IiIh ndmlnlstratlon. An invitntlon v.as ex tr-ndefl ?o Judge Tnft to vislt Jaek sonville before his Innugurntion. Pentnornt, yin.inr ?f IIiiuoliilu. HOXOH'I.r. November 4.?Rettirns recelved up to 4 o'ctocll thls after? noon ?how that Jonah Kalanlanaolo, -Kepubllcan torrltorlal deleguie to Congrees. was ro-elected by a decroas ed plurality. Tlie terrltorlal deiegutlon wlll be Republican, and J- J- Fern, Democrat. hus been elected flrat Mnyor of Hoijolnlu. lloliini.H from \p<nfoiindlnnd. pt. .ii'HNP, N- F., November 4.? Latest rcturns from tho Newfbundlftnd electlon of Monday sliow that Slr Robert B<md. promler of Nowfoundlamt. jarrted een ao far n return partv. ar iIpi- Bond' l\vn i,f h St. Jnhns Ih' jert. re?; ???. ConarrotnlAtlons from Vni*-. NEW UAVEN, CONN., November !. ?^\s BOnn as tho returns Inst nlght Iridicated thn rlertlon nf Judgp Taft, tli* Yale Alumni Weekly, through Its edltor, Kdwln Ovialt. sent to hlm the >wlng telegram: "Flfteen UiOusana Ynle alumni Will unite wlth <is to-nlgl-.t in slncereiy cnngratulatlng you, whoae careor has been so slgnal an example of dlain tereated publlO servire. on this Splendlil -er-ognltion of thOSfl rtnalltir-s of miud nnd heart whlcn Yale has ror so long known und lorod nnd honcroil." To Vo(f ?.n ProhlMllnn. DALLAS, tfx.. November ?.?Almost complete returns from yasterdav'H riertlnn sbOW the usu&i overv.'helinins: mnjoritles In favOr of tho n?moeratlc tlek<^t. both State and natlonal. A reaolutldn ad-->pted hv the Democrn tle Rtate Committep lns1ru<-ta ITit. Leglala ture to piilimlt to n vote of the peOp'e at a. future elortllon a eonstltutiontl amendmont provldlng for BtKtewtde prohlhltlon. JUDGE PARKER'S VIEWS "Whiic Wp ,Are.;QeeKtly Dlaappnlnted, A^> *ib...il'ii >:nt ?<? Dlaconrngcd." WAeniNOTON, November 4.?Judge Alton E.. Pnrker, the DeraoorAtla nomi nee for President ln lr-hl. gave out a ptatement to the Asaoclatefl Press liere to-nlcht. expre?stnc- hla Vlews nn the result of the elpetion as follows: "Whi'.e I belleve that Judge Taft wlll ably and oonscientlously perform tn* dutlPs of thr, prealdeney, I am never it the election been fur bet theless of the oplnli of Mr. Bryan would ter for. the country. "We need. to (tuota :?.:> oft uaed t-x preasion, a change of mensures and ot men. Thls including the enforcemen: of existlng law against lts vlolators Instead of -. proscnting the latter'8 In nocont vietima; the openlng of the gov prnment- beoks hv experts unafraid t< crltielze: the T-ra^ti,-, of aconomy Ii the expendlturea of ptiblle funds nc tongfcr even promlaed by the Repttblicai party; the revislon of tho tarlff by t aubstantial letlmtlon of dutles; and th? enactment of a !"? deral corrupt praeliei aet stilt more drastta than the Nev York aet. aaid Judgi Parker, m qoBcinsion, 'i have a unlted party. Onos aa i thi la -a dlepoHitlon among lts in.-nib, to roaaon togethcr and work I?? ?;? I tor W ptibltu good. We should thei tTO-NIGHT f%jeM//Z/Jpi C/d&feX We unfurl our ban ler to-day? Good clothes. Good hats. Good furnishings. Good shoes. Good morning. >?!' e..ngr.ltulalc .Mr. Ilryan and otu lvcs upon thls Improvement of gen al party condltlons under his can dacy, nnd Bet ourselves rssolutety t< < sirengthenlng of tho party for th i tests of the future." EXPLAINS "FRAZZLE" 'realdcnt s?y? 1,00k nt BlCcOnn Kr iurii* nnd You WHl fiidoratuiid. WASH1NOTON, November 4.?Th di ot waa in n very choorful fram f niiii.i to-day, and toid the newspapo nen that the eleotlon of Mr. 'i."af rhoiiv carrled out a prophocy fnad ,-,- iii'ni in n letter wrllten to Senato tenry Cabot Lodge, or Masfadhusotti ii october "6th Inst. ov-r 1 emi telegrama and tnany lot ei-j of cnngratulatlou on tho resul fthe election pdured lnto tho Vv'hlt touse to-day tor Presldent iionsoveli I,. uns busy all day readlng theB nesaages and dictntlng ropllos t Pre (ie d ing hem. . , dent sald there seemed t ibt throughout tho countr; he meanlng of tho wor*' i-hleli he UBed recently I: eferring to the campalgn by aaylng '.'.?.. got them heaten to a fraasle, ile explaln-d that lt waa a comrao vnrd in tlie .South, and he had used 1 Ince he was a boy. "To those wh 10 not know what I mcant by th ? or.i trazsle," sald tho Presldent, "th lesi .lefinltlon I can glve in to rofe hem to tho election returns." President Rooaevolt to-day gave hl nteroretation of tho victory of the Re mbllean party yesterday when h ald: "Thia administratlon har? mcant iteady effnrt and prngreas, whic hould never be allowed to deviat nto .an unwise radicallsm 011 Ihe on land, nor lnto 1111 unwtse conservatlsr ig the other. The nomlnation of Mi l'nft was a triumph over reactlonar lonservattsm, and hls etectlon was triumph over unwise and imprope rndlcallsm." MACK MAKES STATEMENT Democratfc nmlrmnn *ny? MUreprc neatntlon I" What Dcfented flrynu. Ni:\V VOr.K, ffovenifaer *.?Declar ng that the Democratic party is mor unlted to-day than It haa been i nany years: that Mr. Bryan was de !cated by what he ciaims waa mil ?epresentatlon, to the cftect typt hl jlectlon would hurt buslness. Chnlrma Mack Iato to-day lssued a atatemen n whlch he announces cxtenslve plan to advance the party's Interests dur Ing the next four years. Mr, M.iek's statement follows: "There ls not much for me to aa and no apologies to inftke relatlve t tho victory of the Republlcan pnrtj Mr. Bryan made tho most magnlflecii flght ever waged by a candldato. Th party was made tho vlctlm of mlsrer. resentatlnn?a misrepresentatiou th* Democratic suocess .vould retard th buslneis interests of the country. Ths was, of course, an argument wlthov. foundation ln fact. "Xocwithstandlng yesterdayV, dofea the Democratic party stands mot unlted to-day than It has ln man years, and ln thls unlon lles 1 ts futui strength'antj power of recuperatlon. "It is my Intentlon to continue hea< THE WEATHER Poreeasti \ Irglniu?'J'aip Tlmrsdt nmt Pcldayj oooler ln central and eu portloti Tln.rsdayi fresh toulrung nort H'esl wlods, .Vnrtii Carollntl?I'nlr Tliuraday a> Priday, oooler ThurNdtiy; I'rrab atroug nortUtveNt iii.iil?, COXDI'r IOXS YESTI3HUA V. 8 A. M. temperature. 1-lunildit y . Wlnd, dlreotlon .S' Wlnd, veloclty . Weather.P.clou Ralnfall . ts norm temperature. 3 P, M. temperature. Ma&lmum temperature up to 5 P. M. Minimum temperature up to B P. si. Kxcess in temperature to-day. ESxcesa ln temperature since Ji.ureli lst . acciim, deficiency ln temperature . tnce .iunu.11>? iat . ExoOSfl ln ralnfall since March lst.. S Accum. excess ln ralnfall since Jan uary lat.lf COMll'I'IOVS IX IMPORTA.VT ClTI (At 8 p. M.. Baajtern stanojtrd Tin Plfu'e. Ther. H.T. Weathi Ashevillo . IS I Aivgusta. 63 AtlHuty. . jii 1 Kutl'ulo .2B floth n<w orieawft,.. New York Clty Oklahoma Clty. Palesttne . PlttBburg . RalelKh . i'au ?folk npa I'VI.-'I: H Washlngtou WUoilngtQti Yellowtti.nr. 56 P. ClOl Clear Clear Raln P. cloi Clear Haln C'louu; Clear Clear Clear P.aln Clenr l'taln Clear p, 6io Clear Ilaln Clear Ua1n Clear Clear Raln P, ole Clear P. cla K.iin Clear Clear P. QlC Clear Cloud MlXtATlIlia A1.MANAC. November r>, 10c Bun rlses.6:4o UliJIITIDK Kun sets.&.0S Morning. Momi jjeta, ,. .8,47 ^yenlng,..,., i|unrtor? ln fluffnlo nnd WdBlllngtOtl for tho neitl four yeftrs lo keefl in louiii wi:i, tha leaders of all the Btatea nnd profnUlffftte Domoeratic prlnolptea and Democratlc thoughl by tho print? ItlS Of lllor.-ilnro lo aid the leadefa nf the party in flghtlng the hlgh tarlff which. ln nll probithlllly, the RspUbll ciins wlll .oiifiniio, notwithatandlng lliflr promlBSa to rovlso lt. 1 am nup poiii-d ln thla by tho inoinliprs of tho natlonal cofnmtttee, State chairmen nmi other leaders nii over tho country. "in hla own State- Sfebraskft?-whero iie i.? beat Ittuiwn. Mr, Brynn WttB Vlc rorlouA vVBIH ii ls true thftt Iie mel with dofeat in tho natlon, ho dld so ,ls the r-nndldnto of hln pnrty, siip portod by the G.ooo.nno or 7,000,000 of his conntrymen who voted for lilm nnd hla prlnclples ho so plendldly ea pottsed, nnd with the roBpect and .-ni mlnilioii of Iho ontlre niillon." auFFY blaFes bryan Siij? Hpiurii to Deiiioernlle Pi'liiclplex nnd Ignore Pcrsonnl A inbliloiis. PITTSBURO, PA? November 4.?Cdl one) J. ,\t. GUffy, who was drnfted ns natlonal eommlttfleman trom Pennsyl? vanla at tho Donvor conventlon, cOm m^ntlMg on tho tWont of \V. .1, llrynn, sald: "Thn outcoino to-day clearly hIiowh tho folly of tho Denver convontlon nl lowlng itrcif to be dominatod and dic Inlod to by ono family. Let us hope that tho e.-irly future wlll give u-i n Democratlc partv vyhereln personal ambltlon wlll bn Ignorcd and fundn mentai Deinocratlc prtrtclpfea prevnll." PUBLISH CONTRIBUTIONS nitclicoek snyi rt win iie Done Soon. st in Clnlmlng Stntes. NEW VOUK, NoVOITlber 4.?In u statemenl to-nlght Frank ii. Hitchcock, chalrman of the Republlcan Natlonal Committee', annouriced that a eomplate llat of nii the contrlbutions made to the Republlcan campalgn fund would iie made publlc in tho near future, Mr. Hitchcock will leave the latter part of this Week for Chlcago to sottle up the buslness of thc rauipaign ln thnt clty. Retuming, ho wlll stop nt Hot Sprlngs, Va? where ? he wlll vlBlt Wllllam U. Taft. the Presldent-olect, for a f?vv days, and then comn to New York to close up the nutlonai headquarters here. Mr. Hitchcock was ln communlcatlon wlth Mr. Taft by long dlstattco tolc phonr> to-day und Mr. Tnff lnvlt.nl Mr. Ilitchmck fo vlslt hlm nt Hot Sprlngs. Mr. Hitchcock sald that from the re pofta ho hna received from Stato lead '?rs, bo was confldent Mnntnna and f'olorndo were safe for Taft. Mr. Hitchcock nlao sald that Iie had re? ceived a tclegram from Stnte Chalr? man ITaywnrd, of Nobraska, snylng that ho had not glvon up that State to Bryan. Maryland ls rpgnrded n* closo by Mr. Hitchcock, wbfle advicpi from Mlssonrl sald thnt Hadley, Re publican, had hoen elortod Governor, und the Slate would probably go to Taft. PLEASED WITH SOUTH President Reosovelt Sny* Southern Stnteia Are l-'nllinu Into I.lne. washington, D. c, Novejftber 4.? The President to-day expressed great plPBRure wlth tho returns from the South. showing an Incroascd vote for tho Republlcana In many sections, ps pecially ln tho buslness centrps, like Richmond, Atlanta, Savannah' and Chartotte. Ho frankly believes that the South ia about to fall in line wlth many of the princlpal pollcles of the Republlcan party. .and that the party has a grent fleld thero to work in. Ho hopea to see the Southern senti ment thus oxpresaed given encnurage ment, and he wlll aid ln doing so ln every way he can. SLEPT PEACEFULLY Brynu Afose Katly, However?Not Yet Rexirty to Mnke Stntctneut. FAIRVIEW, LINCOLN, NKB? Novem? ber 1.?Althongh It waa aftor mldnlght when he acttially want to bed, Wllllam J. Bryan was up and doing parly to day. So far as appearance wont, there was nothlng about his mannor to indl eate tho dlsnppolntment whlch he nitist have felt over the result of the elec? tion. He greoted hla callers with a smile and soannsd tlio mornlng papers for news from States from which no deflnlto returns had been received. "Be? fore maklng any statement," he said, "I want to get the actual results in Ohlo, Indlana and Kansas." For some time to-day Mr. Bryan talked the situation over wlth Rev. Fatlier John Nugent. of Dea Molnes, Ia., ono of his staunchc-st frlends, who was a house guest over nlght. The two men took a brisk walk to the troiloy statlon. where Fatlier Nugent boardod a car to take hlm down town. "Father slept like a baby." sald Mrs. Leavltt, tho Nebraskan's eldest daugh? ter, who stlll was clinglng to tha hope that some roport would come which would matorlally chango tho situation. Sha was in a ch6erful mood. however, aa were all the other members of the family. Thero wero no ab-sonteos from the breakfast table when Mr. Bryan, with bowed hoad, offered up thanks for the blesslngs whlch had been bestowed upon hlm. N0TCONQUERED Tliiiiifth Tempornrlly Drfentcd, Gnuipers BnyB, '-The Future Is Ours." WASHINGTON, November 4.?"Tom porarlly dofeated, but not couAiiared" ls the way Samuel Gompers, proaldent of this Amerlcnn Federatlon of Labor, sunis up labor's vlow of the election ln a statement lssuad to-day as fol lows; "Tho qrg&nlzed workors stood true to tho causa of jtiHtlco and human trofc dorri. This Is not tho flrst time lu tlie strugglea of the maaaea that entrench dy THE LITTI.B ADS. There is Into.restlng and profltablt reading ln Times-Dispatch want adver tispmentr!. Flap Jacks! Do you Xl love them? Don't they taste especially good on crisp or ^isomb: momingsi We ha^e the very fl that makes Flap Jacks. Map Syrup, Sugar $ n aising fVives and Mothen flre Oip i.nvefl Oftea from lirlnk ISvl l?y l aliio; Orrlm?liirr HnVrti'd or MOHey llofmiilpit?Can he UlVe*jj Seerellj. if '??"in- liutbarin or ?nn haa falten a vli in to tho drlnlc hablt. atcip pteSdlnf, sr.olrt ir anfl orylng) t'or. Orrlne, whloh i< roeoin a nilPil i,y (iioiidnnd.i "f Inullng ilrtigglm 'rmiRhout the eoohtry baenuss Utey kno' is gooa it hai aoootnpiiehe 1. liimlifibi Mf (tttefa att.-m ln the reinnrli we eurea ntada by orrlne, Polk itiiir rug (."?,, ()f Rlohmond. va.. wrlte: "itothoi nd nlatory uitlnira w l-i most , o told na of huib.inihi nn nee thr-v waro glven orrln wlthout thelr Unowledga -in i,? imvp lost all dealre i'or drlnlc. Thr "in prepnratlbn hnn brought much cotn ">,;,',' h"PPlae?a to oriee detolata bomea. rnia auTpnatrni remoiy ean i"> itivrn ?? "*"''?'?' lf dealrert. inluu Orrina No. 1; or th ntlpnl rnn tnke It or hla own fr*? wll iing Ortina No. ?:. Klthar form dsstroj i* ilcatre fnr stronrr ihlnk and bUlldS U 10 hnOHy henlth, ninltinir tlie uaer ntrnn n.l v.ell. n inon ln pvoiv spti-n nf tbp won ,rita for tnt pirnDhlei on oure of nleohoi ni to th?? Orrlnn Co., wnnhtnton. D. C, Stt\ i plain senlad envelopa. Tha rcKiilnr pricn of Orrlne Is 11.00 a bOl l'r" '" no rlak in buylne Orrlne. as Oipi a runrantoo In every box whlch t-ntltk ?U to n rnfund of your monny If Orrlll IIIS to efTcrt a eure. Orrlne la for aule b he cnrt,t>rtBY nnro co., 101 Ra> read Street. 1 wonUh, Prtviioge and power galnei materlal, even though a t.-inporar; lotory. Tho mornl Influaflde of th tmpnlgn la wlth the eauso of thi orkcrs. Tho part IftbOT todle com elled tho dooislon to ho devoted al lost rxrdtislvoly to tlie lnbor qnoa on, lalior movcment and tho prlncl los of right, JUBtlca nnd humantty upo; dilch thelr phllosophy and demand re basod, Even though dlsappolntei ?ith the im-.?jodlate result, there la n liise, and there will not be any loa t falth and confldence In the Juatlc t lnbor's demnnds nnd thelr succe.1l il nchlevemenf. Action oon-Istent, In istent and peralatent wlll nchleve fo he tollera the trlunipli of the caua f labor and tho dao.se Of hunian Justlce hough temporarlly defoated, lnbor l ot conquered. Thn future ls ours." LOOK OUT FOR 1912 (lagen Sitya Ohttipnlgn Juat Ftnlsftei Waa only Preltmlnnry SklnwlaK. SPRINQFIELD, MA8S., November 4 -Thomna L. Hlsgen, Indepertdenci arty candldate for the presldency lauSd a atatement to-day. In par 0 said: "Durlng tho next four years politl :il organlxattons that we would hav ud ln thla campalgn lf tlme hod per litted will bo cornpteted, and In 101: ie Independence purty wlll bo in i osltlon to atrongly contost for thi lectoral vote of many of the Stato i the Unlon. Although wo were no necessful ln electlng our candldate his year, the party has won a vletor; chleved by no other party ln thli ampalgn. lt made polltical corrup :on and trust methods an Issuo. I xposcd Foraker, retlred Haskell, ani lade it dangerous for any party ti ubllcly recognlxe stich men aa Balley [cLaurtn and Aldrlch as leadorf. Tha tieso exposures had an Immense effeo n tho natlonal campalgn is concedei y all, Thc voters bellcvod that th' lepuhllcan party, under the domliui lon of Roosevelt'and Taft. repreaent :-ss Btandard Oll and trust splrlt thai he Democratic party under tho lead rsJilp of Bryan, ln view of the trus ffuTations of some of his promlnen upporters, and thla Is shown by th ote. "Other issues wero complotely ob cured by the moral isaue of brlber y privll^ge-secklng tntarests, of vote elling officlals, who are tho greates anger to popular government in thi ;eneration. "Tho Independence party mado sup ort from these corruptionlsta some hlng to be dreaded and the frlendshl or theae Interesta somethlng to b lenled. "The battlo thls year was but a pre Imlnary sklrmiah. Wo dld not expoc lctory. We dld not confine our e? orta to tho States consldored plvotc iy tho Republlcan and Democratl (artlea, but in every Stato of th 'nlon. from Malne to California, w lave been preparlng an organlzatlo or the great battle of 1912. "I atn encouraged by the progre* if tho moveinent, and I bellevo th irlnciplea of the party wlll uHlmatel >revall. PRI5Ji;iJICE OP TWB1VB YEARS. Ilr. FInley Tells Some of thc Onusoa i IIi-j-oii'm Oefcat. COLTJMBIA, S. C, November 4.?C01 rreasman D. 10. FInley, vlce-chairmt )f the Democratic Congresslonal Con nlttee, and dean of tho South Carolli longressional delegatlon, was In tl slty to-day en route to Newberry ittcnd the Associate Roformed Presb; ;erian Synod. Mr. Finley had hoped iee a Democratic majorlty ln the Hou >t Repreaentatlves. When aeen by i \ssociated Pre3s reporter to-night, i said: "The defeat of Mr. Bryan is a gre llsappointment to tho party gonerall and particularly to those dlrectly co nected with tho campalgn. "The prluclpal argument used agaln Mr. Bryan nmongst buslness men w tho guarantee bank deposit proposltic 1 ani aatlafled the country dld not ca or dld not have the tlme to consld thls proposltion favorably. After a the fight was based on prejudico twol years old. AVhlle tho Democrats p up a splendld fight and in a majori of the States waa more unlted than any tlme slnce 1892, tho trusts a great corporatlons wero solldly oppos to Mr. Bryan's election, and durlng t last few weeks of the campaign fv nlshed all the money that could be ut ln brlnglng about his dofeat." TftFT ulTIFIED: l (Continued From Flrst Page.) Itepreaontatlves waa the moat Btrlkl feature of yeaterday's eleotion. T latest unollklal returns, complete, g: the Damooratla party eleven membi and the Republfcana two, Thls is galp of seven members for the Den VVliliain lf. Taft carrled the State Fresli>nt by about 8,000. Thomas Mnrahall and the entlre Domocrn State tlokot aro probably elected u plurality of about 15.000. Aa the turns c-onii) ln Maraholl'a plurality creaees, whlle the vote on tho Repi Ueiin natlonal tloket decreases. The State Legislature is proba Democratic, whlch nieans that a Den oratlc suaoeasor to Senator Jamos lleiningway wlll probably bo choa In thls connectlon tho name of Jt W. Kern Is mentioned. ' . Republlcan ril.ato Chalrman Goodr to-day admltted that the Repubuoi lack two votes of llavlng a major of tho State i.eslslature on joint bul Deniorriitlo Ooveruor la Olilo C1NCHVNATI, OHIO, November ? A plurality of about 60,000 for Jui Taft, the Bepubltcan candldate. President, was tho election day. expi slon of Ohio voters, who, howe' chose thn hoad Of the oppoaitlon bt tlckov by u plurality b( probably 000. More Ihun half the prooineu th. Btata aro included ln these aulta, and any lator dlfference wlll alinply aa to'tho sUe of tho plural Both parttet) clalui a majorlty ln l..-Blslat.ui-o. whlch wlll settlo tho Unl Blatea :st-naturshlp, Weat Virglnia** Stute Oft'leea. | CINC1NNATI, OHIO, Novomber Whllo fullor flgurns thls afternoon k showeo thnt Taft hnd carrled ,,est \ ! virginia l>.v o Bttfe piurallty or Bflverftl * thouaund, the Ktnte tiekot niny not luivo gono through with hlm, Benflet, Dem ,, I ocrat, for oovernor, havlhg the bettet 11 Of the nrgument ln probitblv lialf the State. Benuet had more tlnui L000 1 piurallty, but the figure was fo smnli thni ihe Republlcans olalm the entlre stata ttdket, The Democrats, howaVer, . refnsed to coneeua anylhmg. ;s| Colorado DetnooTittle. D13NVBR, COL.. .November l.--i;all t.Bfl pluralltlflB bs- eoiuitles, luised 011 ? incohipieta returns, rhdlonta that Bryan 1 and tho dntfra Demoeratla State tiekct, "' iMMded by John K. Slwifroth for tlov J ,-ioor, carrled Colorado wlth pluralltbv ,, ! in the iieigbborhood of 8,000. The DehV ,i oerats probably win control the Logla . I laturo by u narrow tnargln, Insurlng "the election of Charles 3, Hughes, ,lr., -'as Unlted fltntea Senator to suoooeo e Benator Teller, '? j In the congresslonal returns Indlcn 5 tlonB fnvoi Hdward M. Tnylor, DotrtO ''. crat, ln fiirt Ktato ttt lurge; Robert l \v. Bonynge, Hepnbic.an, ln the Flrst -1 Diatrlot, and John A. Mnrtln, Democrat, ic > i ii the Second Distrlct. coinplcto returns received from flfty c- flve out of 14? precincta In Denver ' shoWi Presldeut, Bryan, 11.711; Taft, " 0.415. Oovernor, Hhafrolh, Democrat, 11,021; McDonald, Mopublican, 8,756. Okluhnmn Sftfcly Deinocrntle. OUTHRIB, OKLA., November 4.? Complete? returns .from forty countles ln Central nnd Northern Oklahoma. re celved by Chairman .1. B. Thompson, of the Democratlo State Central Commlt? tee givo Bryan a piurallty ot n.ooo, Th<< countles vot to bo beard from are lat'gely Democratic Theso probnbly will Increnae Bryan's piurallty to 18,1100. Cnofllclal complete returns from (orty eouiitlea and partlal rctur.la from the thlrty-flvo othor countles IndlcatO thal the Leglalaturo will be CompqSOd of llo DemocratS and forty-throe Re Dttbllcans, Thia Is a galn of twenty nve for the Republlcans. The defent of Cnited 8tntea Senator Gore ls not tbreatenod. , _ _ Marked gatns were mnde by tho 3o elallats. The party's Vde ln Oklnhoma laat year was approximately 10,000. Thls vo.'u-'a returns may lnort?ase those tlgurea to 17,000. "Bird S. McOulre, Rlchord T. Morgsn nnd Charles E. Creager. Republlcans, are eleeted to Congress from the Flrst, Second nnd Thlrd Dlstrlcts. n Republl? can gftln of two. Iliirurlt I? F.Ircletl. BIRMINOHAM, ALA., November 4.? Lator returns Indlcato that tho Repub l'e-ins .arried four of the seven coun ;,.. or th* Seventh Distrlct hy small majorltles, but Congrreasfflan Uurnett iiiemncrnti ls re-el?cted. Taft pollod nearlv tvvleo as many votea ln Jefferson county aa dtd Rooaa velt four yeara ngo. flryan Swept Xehrnnkn. UNCOLN, NEB.. November 4.?Re? turns from Tuesday's election ln Ne braaka aro far from complete, but seem aufficlently deflnlte to conftrm tho flrst report that tho Demoorats had won a sv.-eeplng victory in Nebraaka. Whllo the pluralltlea aro not phenon rnally large. they aro complete, the Stnte tlcket nnd candidates for Con gress in most instancos running par - allel wlth Bryan. 1 I Complete returns from a thlrd of the ' countles and acatterlng precinct ro turna from most of the rematnor show that Brvan will havo a piurallty of not fewer than 10.000 votea, und Shullen berger, Democrat. for Oovernor. and the rest of the Democratic tlcket will havo about 9,000. But tho Democratic vlctorv ddes not stop there. Flve of Nebraska's six Congrespmen are Demo? cratic. onlv ono Konubllcan. Hlnahaw, ln the Fo'urth Dlatrlct, eacaptig <ie feat by 700 votea, ajthougn hls distrlct gave Bryan a piurallty. The greatest aurprlao of alt la the overwhelmln* inajorlty the pemocra s will have in the I^glslature. Of the 133 Henator- and Representatlyea eleeted the canvassers of returns to nlght could flnd only elghteen Repub [tcans who had won. Lancaster (Lm coln), whlch for thlrty years has ?teot sd nona b'St Republlcan members to both brancneB. this year senrta four Itepubllcana and three Democrats. Tho Prealdent'a TelfBrom*. wAiratVfiTOV' O- C. Novembor 4.?The foUo^lell^am. har. b?n recelv.d by thc P""1*-"^ ,.,., November 8. 1901. Tho'ufr'b,r1otrrV.o6d relelce. wlth you ln Taft's election, and we know ha w b? Prcildent for all the people ??? *>" Slve oreanl"<l l^oor a .quare dMl.^ DQLAN> IP 1.? age for ?oa rer, in ? 20. of I'Q bo Ity. tho ,ted New York Novtmbar 3, U08. Th^.F'ev'o-vet;whtpped them to a fraul*. Hearty eongratulaUon^ ^ WOODBURT. Vermont. Sprlnpfleld, Msss., November 3, 190S. lhFuUn't reVoVnltlon to the citlssn who ??3icn "hla duty and done lt," and to the Pre?l3ent whoao admlniatratlon la ?o o\er whelm.nBly ?PP"vedjrERBERT MYniCK. Edltor Orange Judd Acrlcultural Publlca tlon. _ N?w York November 3. 1908 Hcn. Tbeodore Roosevolt: V,'e did beat them to a frazzle. C. B. WOLFFRAM, Otrman Heralfl. PittEburg, Pa.. November 4. 1903. Tho Presldent: Congratulatlons on erand succeaa of your irreat work for la'uor'a" best Interests. 6 JOHN KpHINGLE, Edltor. Chicafjo, 111., November 3, 1908. Tr.eodore Ttoosevelt. Proeldent of the Unlted State?, Washlngton: The Hamllton Club of Cblnago congratn Intos you upon the olactlon of Wllllam H. Taft aB Presldent of tho Unlted Statee. thus securlng a contlnuance of those pollcles wltn whlch you have been so splondldly Idenll flVJi MARQU1S EATON, Presldent Hamllton Club. Plttsburg, Pa., November 8, 1908. Tlie Presldent: | I,abor World staft -wants shaks to-nlgbt. Tho victory Is yours. ' ^ McGRBW> Brooklyn, N. T.. November *, 1908. Tlie Presldent: , ' Oyster Bav beat all rocorda wlth nearly 1 tob for Taft; your Judgment haa boen on tirolv approved. How the people do rule. W. J. TOUNQS. t'ongratiilatca Republlcan VlotMa, presldont Raoscvelt last niaht and thls morning sent and recolvod the following telcglams and congratulatlons: "Tho Whlte House, "Washlngton, November 8, 1908, "Wllllam H. Taft, Ctncinnatl, Ohio: "I noed hardly say how hoartlly I con uratulato you, nnd tho country eyen more. "THEODORE nOOSEVEI.T." "Thnnk you for your tolegrnm. Without any expreaalon from you I would know how deeply Interestofl you have boen ln niy suc cesu and how much you rojolce ln It. It la your admlniatratlon that thls victory ' '" "WILI.IAM H. TAFT." "Tho Whlto llouse, "Washlngton, Novwnber 3, 1908. "J S. Sliorman, Utlca, N. Y. l "1 moat hcartlly *congratulate you. "THBODOHB ItOOSEVEI.T." "The Whlto House, "Washlngton. Novombar ,t, 1008, "Uovernor Charlea E. Hughea, Albany, N, Y. : "Accept my heartiest congratulatlons for vou and for the State, "THEODORE KOOSEVEI/r." "Your telcgram is wanrnly appreolated. Tho vtotory ts notablo and insplrlng. (Slgned) "CHARLES E. HUGHES." "Tho Whlto Houso, "Wushhigton, Novomber 3, 190S, "Cliuhnian F. H. Hltolicock, 1 Madlson Avouuo, New York: "Aecepi my Ucartleat congratulatlons uiion tho great rcsult whlch ypu have. dono. uo muah t" brln'g about. "THISODORE ROOSEVE1.T." "The Whlto House, "Washhiyton, November 8, 1908. 'Hon. H. 0. Loudenslagor, Republlcan Con giefcslonat Commjttes, Now York: "Accopt my heartiest congratulatlons. "SHEODOPH ROOSEVELT." IBMMIIIaaalB^^ for Bnfants and Chlldren Tho Kincl You Havo Alwnya Bought has borno tho afgna tnro of Chns. II. Flotchcr, and haa been mnrto under his Iiorsonal supervlsion for over SO years. Allow no ono to decclvo yon ln this. Countcrfcits, Imitationa and "Just-as-good" aro T>ut Exporlinents., nnd endnnger tho hcalth of Childrcn?Exporicnco agiiinst Expcrlinont. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of ln Use For Over 30 Years. A BARITONE'S BRIDE ELUDED NURSES 3acnpe froin lloapltnl and Flnnlly Suc cecda In CoiumlttluK Miilclde. PHILADKL-PHIA, November 4.?De x-riiiined to take hia life, Auguat Kur iaknabe, wiio alaahed his throat Week ago in a aulcldal attempt, olu'liv the nurses of the Eplscopal HoapHu sarly yesterday mornlng. ran a mil llirough the streets in hla nlght clothc to his home at 33.18 Cusstor Street, an there turned on tho gaa and lay dow sn the floor. He was dfscovered yeaterday after noon, when nelgbbors, anielllrig ga: broke open tho house. Kurzaknabe was formerly employe by the Rapld Tranait Company, bu iost his po.sition aoveral montiia agt Unable to flnd work, he became dc spondent. Last Tuesday he trled to cut lil throat, with a razor. When he wa taken to the hospltal ho warned lu frlends that It was time wasted o their part, as he Intended to klll hlm self at the flrst opportunltv. When he was rniased from the hos pltal a search was bogun. but hl house was not vlsited. as lt was nc thought he could go that far wlthot belng dlscovered. NO VERDICT REACHED Morse Case in Hnndn of Jury, Out Thc Clinnot V;;.ee. NKW YORK. November -l.?Tho cas. of Oliarles YV. Morso and Alfred Curtl Jointly lndicted and on trial ln tl Unlted States Court here for vlolatic of the bank law ln conuectlon wii tho Btispension of the Natlonal Bank i North America, were given to the Jui this aftornoon, and to-alght tho fa of the two defendanta was atlli und cided. At S:30 o'clock the Jury, In whose hands tho case had been plnci flve nnd a half hours earlier, retin for the nlght. Charlea W. Morse was In court whi the announcement i thnt no verdt would bo announced to-nlght was mad He seemed to be unmoved nt the nevt Alfred H. Curtis had remalned at hor with Mrs. Curtis, and received wo of the jury's aetion by telophone. PIRED BY MODISTE. But Madnme Nnah Und to Pay for Di i-!iiireli,K Two. ErilUlOyefl. PIIILADELPHIA, PA? November 4. Adler Michol. onco of ITranco, and 1 wife, yesterday won a verdict for $2 agalnat Alice N. Burke, bettor kno's among women of fashlon as Madai Nash, in u sult trled before Judgo W son yesterday. But tlioy thought th should havo hnd more. Tho Mlchels had u, grlovance, a they laid lt before the court with ma Bhruga of the shoulders and many e clamations in both Prcnch nnd Bnglii Madame Michel especially had tho elu orate shrugs, and Monslnur Michel w strong on the exclamatlona, some which sounded strange and territ'yl to the unenlightoned man who kno Knglish alone. Accordlng to their testlmony, Madai N'ush owed them $1,250. Under an oi ugreement, the Mlehela sald, they h entered hur ompioymont in tho aprl of l'JOn at a snlary of $50 a woek. Th were lald off ln July at tho end tho spring Hoason, but in the full, wh they atiould, by all tho laws of rlg and .lusfice, havo been re-employed $S0 a weok, they wero not omploy at all. Millo tonnores! That waa wl On hor sldo, Madame Nash conten ed that sho had been under no ob gatlon to. take back the Frenohman a his wife in the I'all. and that tlu work ?dld not sult her anyhow. T nniployoa" under Michel dld not 11 IleudnelK'M nnd NcurnlB'l" Irtim <?ol LAXATTVH BROMO Quinino, the wor wlde Cold and Orlp remody, raiuo\ causo. Call for full uume. Look 1 . jsignnture B W. Grov<?. 2Ba. hlm, and once. it was alleged, Mlchel even attacked one of the cutters wlth a. palr of aheara. iirtn !.iS on Ilnd Check. CHICAOO. November 4.?Wlth $2<>.. 000 of bonda, which ahe la said to have obtalned from the flrm of Babccck, Rushton & Louderbach, bond dealers in the Rookery Buildlug. a woman, known. aa Allco Cheney Brown. waa arroated last nlght at "the Unlon Depot and mado to roturn tho securltles. Sho had a tlcket for Denvor, and was aboard the traln waltlng for itsi departure when Detectlve Repetta found her preparlng to retlro for the nlght. Repetto's lnstructlons from thfi brokera were not to detaln the woman, if she restored the J20.000 worth of bonds. Thls ahe readlly conscntefl tcj do, and sho took thom from a hand bag on the\aeat beslde her. The metliod by whlch the woman ob? talned the bonds waa by pasalng a worthloas check on the brokera tov J19.720. Tho bonds were twenty ln number of 151,000 each. They are first mort gage 5 per cent. bonils of tho Madlaon Rlver Power Company. Mrs. Brown went to tho Audltorlum Annex last Thursday. She reglstered as "Mrs. Frank A. Brown. Now York." The day followlng her arrlval she called on Br.booek. Rushton & Louder? bach with letters purporting to bo from a New York broker. Negotlatlonsj were begun for tl-.o purehaso of th?? bonds, but tho deal was not cloaed un? tll yesterday. How It Goes ln Gcorgla. ?What do you thlnk of his chances for recovery, doctor?" "What's hla oge?" "Sovcnty-clght." "Well. with his constitution, and be* lng Just in his prlmo. he'll sure puli through."?Atlanta Constitution. CURItEXT EVE.N'TS. The newa servlce preaented ln thoj columna of The Tlmes-Dispatch fully covers the local, State and natlonal flelds. 11 . ? I EVERYBODY needs a Rocker, and you can get this elegant, big, full roll back and seat Rattan Rocker for $1.98 at ^JtJRGENS'so, Adams and Broad, Right in tho Centre of th* Fami' taro Diatrict.