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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TE LEG RAM. WEDNESDAY, NOVE3IBER 4, 1908.
MARSHALL ELECTED BY 19,000 (Continued From Page One.) i s"i. t.-..'9 V'-"' ' '" ISO 13 fAGE TWO. Htr Own5 Bryan 1,780, Watson 2,880, Marshall 2,448. Wayne county reported that Wat eon will have 2,000 and Taft 3,000. Reports from Vigo county showed that fourteen out of forty -one pre cincts gave Taft 4,955; Bryan 5,000. In these same precincts Watson fell far behind receiving 4,529 to Marshall's 6,279. St. Joseph county will give Taft a plurality of 2,500, and WatBon a plu rality from 800 to 1,000. Watson ran even with Taft In South Bend. The Bartholomew county commit tee reported that ten out of thirty-six precincts gave Taft 2,582, Bryan 2,035, Watson 2,229. Marshall 2,542. The Lake county chairman estimated that Watson will carry Lake by 2,000 while Taft will have 3.000. "Indianapolis, Ind 9Y precincts out of 3,246 in Indiana give Taft, 126,302; Bryan, 123,882; Watson. 111,009, and Marshall, 118,502. Indianapolis Grant county with 58 pirecincts out of a total of 85. Taft, 5. 511; Bryan, 4.586; Watson, 5,456, and Marshall, 4,068. In 1904 this county gave Roosevelt, 5,550, and Parker, 4.668. Indianapolis. 425 precincts out6lde of Marion county give Taft 76,227, Bry an 74,642. Watson 67,234. and Mar shall, 74,409. Taft carried Montgom ery county by 425 and Marshall by 111. Four years ago Hanly carried this county by 546. It looks like Adair would be re-elected to congress. Sixteen out of 86 districts in Madi son county give Taft 1.207; Bryan 1,204; Watson, 829 and Marshall, 837. Taft and Marshall will receive all the pluralities. State Chairman Goodrich has just Issued the statement that Marshall will carry the state by a small major ity and that the Republican state tick et will be defeated. Taft will carry the state by about 3,000. Indianapolis 800 precincts In state out of 3,215, give Taft, 115,058; Bryan, 114,150; Watson, 101,727; Marshall, 100.060. Liberty, Ind.The First and Second precincts of Union county give Taft, 181; Bryan, 121; Watson, 171; Mar shall. 1C2. Indianapolis, Ind. At 10 o'clock indi cations are that Taft has carried In diana by 15,000 to n.oOO; that Marshall (Dem.), has been elected by small ma jority; that Overstreet has probably been defeated for eougrcss from the Seventh district. The returns are slow in coming in. nd figures are lacking as to the other congressional districts. Indianapolis.Out of 360 precincts in 'Indiana, Taft gets 69,196; Bryan 69,159; Watson, 62,515; Marshall, 69,873. - Indianapolis. 224 election precincts out of 3,245 in the state for president give Taft, 28,148; Bryan 26.785. The same precincts in 1904 save Roose velt, 29,221; Parker 21,122. Indianapolis 400 precincts in Indi ana give Taft 73,837; Bryan 73,462; Watson 65,442; Marshall 72,759. Indiana 300 precincts in Indiana, give Taft, 62.231: Bryan, 61.905: Wat eon, 55,124, and Marshall, 52,978. Bluffton, Ind. Twelve precincts out of 32 In Wells county give Taft 637; Bryan 1,119. Wabash, Ind. Ten precincts out of 38. give Taft 973; Bryan, 717; Watson. 1,008; Marshall, 798. This .county In 1904 gave Roosevelt a plurality of 2,-935. Valparaiso, Ind. Porter county gives Taft, 1,494; Bryan, 1,059; Watson, 1, 033; Marshall, 1.263. 4 Indiana-r-Fifteen precincts out of 45 in Montgomery county, give Taft 2.578; Bryan, 8.646. This county in 1904 gave Roosevelt 90O plurality. Indiana Nineteen precincts In vVayne county give Taft 128; Bryan, 58; Watson, 107; Marshall, 79. Indianapolis. Ind., Nov. 3. State Chairman Goodrich wired National Chairman Hitchcock that Taft will carry Indiana by 13.OO0. Indianapolis Out of S4 precincts In Delaware county, Taft has 3.337; Bry an, 1,780; Watson, 2,S09; Marshall, 2,4 4S. Early returns from Vanderburg county indicate Marshall will outrun Bryan. Tippecanoe county gives Watson a majority of 800; republican loss of 100. Newton county gives Taft a plurali ty of 650 against a republican plurali ty of 355. Grant county has returned but one precinct which gives Watson a major ity of two votes. Indications are that Taft will carry Marlon county by 2,000. Taft carries St. Joseph county by 2,500 and Watson the same by about 100. Vigo county gives Marshall a plu rality of about 1,000. Bryan is lead ing also. Twenty precincts out of 40 In Van derburg county give Taft 4.0S0; Bryan, 3.341; Watson, 3.9S0; Marshall, 3,820. Iu Grant county out of SO precincts, givo Taft, 2.582: Bryan, ii,UG3; Watsou, 2.225; Marshall, 2.542. Overstreet appears possibly defeated In the Seventh district, TtifUcat.loutf are democrats will ear. Copyright 1908 by Hart SchafFner Sc Mars C Tfsi 1 So let us get down to business. Let us all put our shoulders to the wheel and work to make Richmond greater and better than even If you have lost a bet for Hat, Clothing or anything else in wearing apparel, buy it at Rosenbloom, Buntin & Co. If you have won a bet for a Hat or Clothing, insist that it be bought at Rosenbloom, Buntin & Co., and ycu are sure the qualities will be right Men's Clothing. The largest Good Clothing Store in Richmond calls your attention to the fact that it is able to give you better value for the money than any other store in the city. Men's Splendid Suits, $15.00. There is not a garment in the entire assortment that would not b3Consid3red good valus at $23. Thz fibrils are excellent and the styles could not be any better. No matter how par ticular a man may be, he can find just the suit he wants in this assortment E&osemMooim, IBmmilim & ' Company, 824 MAIN STREET. ry entire Marion county ticket. Terre Haute. Twenty-five precincts Vigo county, city of Terre Haute Taft 5,706; Bryan, 5,728; Watson, 4,200; Marshall, 7,565. Indianapolis 14 out of 41 precincts in Vigo county gave Taft 4,955; Bry an 5,000; Watson, 4,529, and Marshall, 6,278. Indianapolis 115 precincts out of 138 in Marion county gave Watson 27,072; Marshall, 30.946. Sullivan county gives Bryan the plurality by 1,300, and for Marshall, 1,400. This county was carried two years ago by the Democrats with a total of 600. Indianapolis 200 precincts in Indi ana give Taft 44,113 and Bryan 44, 276; Watson 38,141 and Marshall 44,341. 110 precincts in Marion coun ty give Taft 28,196; Bryan 28,444. Indianapolis Republicans at head quarters give Marion county to Mar shall by 4,000. Indianapolis. 160 precincts in In diana give Taft 36,128; Bryan, 35,625; Watson, 31,224; Marshall, 35,650. In 1906 the state election in Marion county gave a republican plurality of 5,000. On returns from 90 precincts in the county the republican plurality will be wiped out. Taft and Marshall republicans are in evidence throughout the state. WILLIAM H. TAFT CARRIES THE COUNTRY (Continued From Page One.) Indianapolis Indications are that Marshall will carry Marlon county. The Btate democratic committee claims Bryan will pull through in the state. The claim is made, also, the democrats will carry Marion county for all offices. In Monroe township Marshall beats Watson by 160 votes. In ten precincts in Montgomery county Taft's vote is 2.042 and Bry an's 1,893. Three precincts in Franklin county give Bryan a plurality of 13 and Mar shall 15. Indianapolis 100 precincts in Indi ana, mainly in Marion county give Taft 24,050; Bryan 23,330; Watsou 19.9S7; Marshall 22.5S5. Indianapolis Chairman Goodrich has a dispatch from Frank Hitchcock saying Taft will carry New York. Indianapolis Sixty-two precincts In Indiana, give Watson 15,542; Marshall, 1G.S42. The democratic gain over two years ago is 2,64. Indianapolis, Ind. Forty precincts in Indianapolis heard from by the demo cratic committee, give Taft, 9,796; Bryan, 8,J53. The first twenty-five precincts out of 138 in Marion county, give Bryan. 5,084; Taft, 6.US7, a net democratic gain of 775. At this rate Taft will carry Marion county by about JSOCk Taft and Marshall are running close together on the vote. greatest surprises of the election. Instead of giving Bryan the 100,000 so confidently claimed by Bosses Mur phy and McCarren, Taft actually car ried the metropolis. This is the second time a republican candidate for president has carried New York City, McKinley having a plurality of 61,000 in- 1896. Four years later Bryan carried the city by 28, 000 and in 1904 Parker carried it for lieutenant governor by 139,000, and this year the democratic leaders felt sure of from 90,000 to 110,000 for Bry an. Even the republicans conceded the city to Bryan by 75.000 and prob ably there are no more surprised men in the country today than the Taft managers with the glad tidings from the great city before them. It will be difficult for the Tammany leaders to convince Mr. Bryan and the democracy of the country that the nat ional democratic ticket has had a square deal in the metropolis. Hearst's scheme of private revenge upon Bryan did not change the result in New York state, but it did contri bute materially to keeping down the Bryan vote. Hisgen polled upward of 30.000 votes in New York City, most of which would have gone to Bryan if Hearst had not been out after the commoner's scalp. The Hearst candidate for governor of New York, Shearn, did not get enough votes to have saved Chanler if all had been cast for him. It is un doubtedly true, however, that Hearst's warfare upon Bryan and Chanler, both of whom were declared "ingrates and traitors," seriously hurt the democra tic candidates, and hurt them more than had been, counted upon. The election returns give no indica tion that the Rockefeller episode did any damage to Taft. They do indicate that the tremend ous opposition of business men to Bryan, based upon fear of him and fear of labor as a political agency, which was roused into great activity during the last two or three weeks of the campaign, did much to make the decisive states safe for Taft. Democratic, 5,770; scratched ballots, 17,540. It Is believed that at least two-thirds of the scratched ballots will go for Taft and that he will carry this city. Denver, Colo. Colorado is surely in the Bryan column by from 2,000 to 4,000, and Shafroth (Dem.) will be elected governor. The legislature is democratic by 15 on a Joint ballot in suring the election of Charles J. Hughes, Jr., to the senate. Taylor, a Democrat, will probably be elected as congressman-at-large. Denver, Colo. Twenty-three pre cincts out of a total of 146 in Denver, Bryan 1,360. Taft 1,403 on straight ballots. Denver Seventy precincts out of 146 in Denver report Taft 6,108, Bryan 5,770; scratched 1,754. OLD WAYNE GIVES TAFT GOOD VOTE ELECTION DAY (Continued From Page One.) Kansas Topeka, Kans. The hearvlest vote in the state's history has been polled. Both sides claim a victory. Topeka, Kans. Returns from fifteen counties indicate Taft carries Kansas by 22.000. Colorado Denver, Colo. Both sides claiming state; though chances are Bryan has been successful. Indianapolis Marion county, thirty one precincts, Taft, 7,918; Bryan, 7. 5G0; Watson, 7.SS8, and Marshall, 8,-363. Denver Returns received at Repub lican state headquarters from 70 out of a total of 146 precincts in Denver give the Republican national and state ticket 6.10S oa straight ballots; jorlties given them. The defeat of Cook was a great disappointment to the local saloon element who are very desirious that the next legislature be strongly democratic. According to unofficial figures, which are correct in nearly every in stance, Will Robbins, candidate for re corder on the republican ticket, led his ticket with a majority of 3,240 over Reiser. All republican candidates on the county ticket won with ease. Beeson and Farlowe, candidates for commissioner, had no trouble winning out despite the fact that they, togeth er with Ladd. were not endorsed by the Wayne County Civic league. To morrow the Palladium will give the official vote of the county by precincts in tabulated form. Returns on the result of the election in this county were received by the election board at the circuit . court room in the court house. There re ports were exceedingly slow coming in because of the heavy vote cast, prob ably the heaviest in the history of the county and because there was an im mense amount of "scratching done, necessitating extra work for the poll clerks. At five o'clock this morning there was at least one-fourth of the polls heard from. It was not until nearly nine o'clock that precincts 1, 4 and 5 of Jacksoni township report ed. Members of the election board, several county officers and three newspaper men waited until the bit ter end and they were a hollow-eyed, sorry looking lot" The weather yes terday was ideal and because of the favorable conditions a heavy vote was out HADLEY JS ELECTED Chosen Governor of Missouri After Hard Fight. GOV. FOLK HAS LOST OUT. ROOSEVELT CON GRA TULA TES WINNER Washington, D. C, Nov. 4. The president last night sent the following dispatch to Judge Taft: "The White House, "Washington, D. C, Nov. 3, 1903 "William H. Taft, Cincinnati, O.: "I need hardly say how heartily I congratulate you and the country evan more. "THEODORE ROOSEVELT. President Roosevelt's telegram to Judge Taft elicited the following re ply: "Thank you for your telegram. Without any expression from you I would know how deeply interested you have been In my success and how much you rejoice In it. It Is your ad ministration that this victory affirms. "WILLIAM H. TAFT." St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 4. Returns In dicate the election of Herbert S. Had ley as governor, over Wm. S. Cow herd, democrat by small plurality. It is claimed by republicans that entire state ticket is elected. The electoral vote of the 6tate will probably go to Bryan. Cowherd ran considerably be hind the national ticket Senator Stone is leading Gov. Folk for the nomination for U. S. senate and has carried many counties Folk has claim ed. Folk lost Cole county, in. which the state capital is located. R, C. Kerens, millionaire seems to have captured the republican nomin ation for United States senator al though Lieut. Governor John C. Mc Kinley and Assistant Attorney General John Kennish are close behind him. MAINE GIVES TAFT 32,000 Only Few Small Places Un heard From. Portland, Maine, Nov. 3. Taft and Sherman were given a plurality of H2,- 000 In Maine, Tuesday. Theso figures are based on returns at luK) p. m.. ' from all but 95 small places, which four years ago gave Parker 811 and Roosevelt 2.905. Augusta, Me. Indications Taft by 30,000. favor Tfc Rsaris Of Mfla, Its teats sad children or constantly aee rilar sxatlve. It It ImporUnt to .now what to glva em. Thair at;siacr and bowela ara Dot strong lonfta for I alts, purfatlva waters or cathartic illt. powders or tablet. Uivo them n?Cd -maant. gentle, laxathre tonic like Dr. Cal 5il'a Syrup Pepata, which will at tha aci.1 m of SO cents or Si at drnr store. It la tliv. o eiaat remedy for yon to have a the boaae i' children when h r-d It- CAMPBELL TO CENTERVILLE Will Serve as Pastor of the M. E. Church. The Rev. W. E. Whitelock, pastor of the Centerville M. E. church, preached his farewell sermon here on Sunday evening, he having been transferred to the church at Charlottsville, Ind. to fill a vacancy in the church at that place. The Rev. J. O. Campbell, of Richmond, has been appointed to the Centerville circuit for the remainder of this conference year, and will preach next Sunday both morning and evening. St. Louis Thirty out of 34 precincts. In Calloway county gave Bryan, 2, 898; Taft, 1,304; Cowherd (Dem.), 2.776; Hadley (Rep.), 1,336. St Louis Mercer county gave Had ley (Rep.), for governor, 900 majority. Kansas. City, Mo. Nine precincts out of 183 In Kansas City, gave Bryan, 10,045; Taft. 7.9SO. I t You Jes' can't beat biscuits mad outen , Gf!d Medal Flour. no sah. Mahht. Hovkt: Kodol For Indigestion. , M. Relieves sour stomach, t palpitation of the heart. Digests what you eat REVIVAL SERVICES. Meetings at First English Lutheran Soon. The revival services that are to be conducted at the First English Luth eran church commencing Friday and lasting ten days are expected to attract much attention. John M. Warden of Harrisburg, Penn., who has been se cured to lead in the services is a well known evangelist for his successful work. Although he has been connect ed with this work only three years he has attained much recognition. LrcuKTiA: Juat learned that Gold Medal Flour ia ilfted tea tim through finrit . Ecocxia, Procured In U. S. and all foreign countries. FEE REFUNDED If we fail to obtain allowance of your ap plication. 27 yeara experience. L, N. Hopkins. 732 Marquette Bid CHICAGO, ILL. TTDMELOPS THEATRE Vaudeville Week of November 2d The Cowboy Quartet Rice and Walters Chas. York Edna Julian Songs and Pictures Election Returns Tues day Night. Admission 10c THE PALACE 5 CENTS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. "THE MUMMY'S DAUGHTER" DRAMATIC , HOUSE CLEANING; A Hit. Quartet of Evenings Vote for the most pop ular lady in city. TONIGHT For Die Sake of the Uniform Comic Son: "UNDER THE 'LECTRIC LIGHT." 99 Meet Them at tlie Arcade