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Roosevelt Is Elected And J ha nhc3iving Day Will Be ilTelcomed.
WEATHER Cloudy and' possible showers. Try a Want Ad in the Palladi- urn today. wm The .Daily WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1881. DAILY K8TABLISHE O M7. STATE IS WON BY OVER 75,000 AND LEGISLATURE BY ABOUT SIXTY THOUSAND ESTIMATES OF GOODRICH Eleven Out of Thirteen Indiana Congressional Districts Elect Republicans. (Special to' the Palladium.) Indianapolis, Ind., November 9. The State 75,000 Republican. The legislature sixty Republican majority. Congressional Delegation eleven out of thriteen Republican. t .Counties 7S out of 1)2 Republi can. The above is the estimate given out by State .Chairman (Joodrich at Republican State headquarters. Old Time Republican, counties that themselves and other counties that have been hopelessly Democratic ar rayed themselves on the Repuublican side. There was no noisy jollifica tion. The figures were too interest ing to those concerned. After the pace which' the iirst counties set was seen to keep up, the interest centered in seeing not what the counties would do, but how much they would do. Gain of 17 Votes to Precinct. In. the end the returns showed an average net gain of 17 votes to the precinct. A singular feature of the reports was their. 'uniformity ''from counties oti'-ihe Michigan line to those on the banks of the Ohio. Old Montgomery was the first county heard from. She gave a good report of herself, increasing her Republican vote from 150 two years ago to 800 Republican major ity this year, showing a gain of twelve votes to the precinct. The most striking gain Avas that of Wayne county, a Republican strong hold, which marked up a gain of 1,200 votes. Among the surprises was Allen county which came in with an estimated Republican ma jority of GOO, after having two years ago given 3,200 majority for Bryan. Rut Boone county, a nest of Populists, was not to be out done, and changed her 35S Democrat ic majority to 500 Republican. Adams county, a hot bed of Democ racy, in six precincts revealed a gain of 108 Republican votes. These given are the striking instances. There were many others . In the size of Republican -pluralities in the State, Wayne county heads the 1st. THE WINDY CITY landslides in Favor of Roosevelt 230 Republicans in Congress. (By Associated Press.) Chicago, November 0. Dispatches fo the Associated Press now show the Republicans have elected 230 Congressmen and the Democrats 133. The remaining IS districts will prob ably be represented by seven Re publicans and 11 Democrats. The 1 Republican majority will run from ninety to one hundred. ' Chicago; Nov. 0. It is now certain that 21 Republican -Congressmen and possibly 23 have been elected. rw-The estimated nluralii v for Roose velt is 225.000. Hi 'plurality in Chicago is 103.S1S. Deneen for gov ernor has 210,000 plurality. & f Chicago, November 9. Debbs polled 41,505 votes in the eitv. In 1000 he had 5,115. Goes Republican. The Sixth precinct in the First Ward broke loose Tuesday from the fetters that have held that neighbor hood a Democratic stronghold since C? can. giving t 33. Once, J j, that "13". onn: mvinv T?ru v vl f n lfclnriilitv of .more the old superstition is an.; nnluckv number, Jhas been shattered. DIED YESTERDAY Mrs. Elizabeth King, of Centerville Passed Away. (Special to the Palladium.) Cenierville, November 9. Mi. Elizabeth King, died this afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home. She was the wife of Jackson King. Mrs. King was seventy years of age. She leaves three sons, Edward King, Ca leb King, C. U. King, and three daughters, Mrs. Frank Furnas, Mrs. W. Gates and Mrs. Louie Black, wi dow of Joseph Black. Mrs. King was one of the most prominent resi dents of this town and her loss is mourned by the whole community. The funeral will be at the Christian church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. , COL WILEY'S OX ROAST CELEBRATION IN FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP LAST OF WEEK THE FEAST TO BE SERVED In a Grove Near Bethel and the Time Will Be Friday or Sat urday. Franklin toAvnship, Wayne county, is one of Indiana's . Republican strongholds. They are a very patri otic people, too. Previous to the election Colonel Wiley promised the people of the township that -if Roose velt was elected he would furnish an ox for one of the best old-fashioned roasts, and now that the coun try is safe for four years more, he will keep his word. Yesterday in the township 237 voles were cast for Roosevelt and 52 for Parker. The people of the township now propose to jollify, and they will do so in great style. The date for the big event has not been set, but it will probably be Friday or Saturday. The feast will be served in a grove near Bethel, and the entire Republican population of Franklin township will partici- j pate. Colonel Wiley was in the city today and extended invitations to county oflicers, newspaper men ami others to attend the celebration. RHODE ISLAND. Utter, Republican candidate for governor has a plurality of over 10,000, Roosevelt 10,000. The Re publicans will elect a successor to Senator Aldrich. A BOMB Thrown in Court Breaks Windows in City Building. The city building in North Fifth street and those buildings in the im mediate vicinity have the appearance of having been bombarded. Nearly all of the windows on the south side of the city building in the police department are broken out and a number of the windows of the back part of the buildings fronting in Main street have suffered the same way. Some one yesterday morning threw a dynamite cracker in the -ourt just south of the city build ing and the force of the explosion was- enough to blow out the win dows. ' The police do not -know who thre the cracker, but it is not likely that'f anything will be done in re gard to the matter. Official Canvass Today. The official canvass of the county vote will be made today. The count will begin at 10 o'clock in the cir cuit court room' at the court house and it is not expected to be complet ed until late in the afternoon. Up until a late hour yesterday after noon the three precincts in Jackson township had not leeii sent in and only scattering reports on the. State ticket i vote have been received.;, , RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMB ER 10, HOOSIER STATE DOES PROUDLY GIVES A PLURALITY OF SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND STATE TICKET RUNS BEHIND Republicans Gain Two Congressmen In Second and Twelfth Districts. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 9. For congress in the Indiana second dis trict John C. Cheney, . Republican, was elected. In the twelfth district Newton Gilbert, Republican, was elected. The Republican plurality in the State will be 75,000. The Re publicans gain two congressmen in the second and twelfth districts. The state ticket is 5,000 behind the Na tional ticket. Indianapolis, Nov. 9. Incomplete returns up to 5 a. ra. indicate the plurality in Indiana for Roosevelt seveuty-five thousand. MASSACHUSETTS Goes For Roosevelt and Elects Re publican State Ticket. Boston, Nov. 9. -With one ward and one small precinct missing, the vote in Massachusetts was Roose velt, '237,4GS; Parker, 168,417. Bates (Gov) 19ST9S; Douglas, 235,475. R epubl iciuis goin onmngresem a n 4 and several members of the legisla ture and probably elected the bal ance of the state tieket. WISCONSIN. Milwaukee, Nov. 9. The Demo cratic candidate for governor con codes his defeat. The state is 75, 000 for Roosevelt. GEORGIA. Atlanta, Nov. 9. The total vote cast in Georgia is about 90,000. The Democratic majority is 40,000. WINTER CARS Two Model Ones Are Put Into Serv ice Here. The Street Car company yesterday put two new models of winter cars in use on the city lines. The cars are larger tlian any winter ears that have been used here and are quite elegant in appearance. The bodies were built by the Cincinnati Car company. The trucks were furnish ed here and the motors, with which t lie new cars are supplied, were tak en from interurban cars. This gives them more power than the ordinary city car. The cars are equipped with double doors and both can be opened by a slight push on one of them. The cars will be used on the Main street line altogether. The tirst one was run at 2:30 yesterday afternoon. OFFICIAL VOTE Of Wayne Township for Trustee and Assessor Large Vote. The following is the official vote of Wayne township for township officials: . .. Township Trustees Henry .Walterman (Dem.) 1G53 Charles E. Porter (Rep.) .....4310 Edward McKay (Soc.) 22S Township Assessor . ... . William J. Chapman (Dem.) ..1571 John M. Winslow (Rep.) ......4061 Ambrose M. Summerf rait (Soc.) 211 Aubrey Hibberd returned to Chi cago after a trip home to vote. . Howard Seatou has irone to Chi cago , on Business. AH ACCIDENT CAUSED DEATH MRS. JAMES TAYLOR DEAD AT MONROVIA, CAL. A SISTER OF LOII SMYSER WeltKnown in This City Burial In California The Accident Oc enrred Saturday. Mrs. James Taylor, oldest sister of. Mr. Lon Smyser, of this city, died at noon today at Monrovia, Cal ifornia, as the result of an accident received last Saturday. Mrs. Taylor had been living at Indianapolis, and - a short time ago left-,' for California with her husband and daughter to spend the winter with another daughter, Mrs. Will Wilson. The burial will occur in California. Mrs. --Taylor was held in high es teem by a large number of friends and relatives and her untimely tak ing1, off is greatly deplored. REP. SENATOR Will Be Elected In Missouri Roose- "" velt's Plurality 2,086. ! Si. Louis, Mo., Nov. 9. Returns up fo noon show remarkable Republi can sraiii in St. Louis and through out: Missouri. In many counties the ta.iftTri Democratic" plurality"wita cut in half. The Post-Dispatch (Inde pendent) is inclined to the convic tion that Roosevelt has carried Mis souri. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 9. The com plete returns show Folk for governor has a plurality of over ten thousand but all Democratic municipal candi dates except one are defeated. Roosevelt's plurality is 2,0SG. In dications are that the legislature will be Republican by two or three on the point ballot and will elect a suc cessor to Senator Cockrell. POLOPLAT Will Be Opened at the Coliseum on Next Monday. Next Monday morning the plat at the Coliseum will be opened for those who wish to get reserved seats for the season. Those who had sea son seats last year will be given first chance to get seats. The plat will be held open until Tuesday noon for the persons who held seats last year and after Tuesday noon it will be open to all. CALIFORNIA. San Francisco, Nov. 9. Roosevelt plurality is estimated at 75,000 and a solid Republican congressional delegation of eight. The legislature is -strongly Republican. McKinley, Republican, was elected in the sec ond district. - WIND Will Give Roosevelt a Plurality of Nearly 1,119, Baltimore. Nov. 9. With two counties to hear from which will in crease the Republican jdurality, Roosevelt's plurality in "Maryland is 1,119. A Republican was elected to eonirress in the First district bv 17. CONNECTICUUT. - - . New Haven, Nov. 9. Connecticut will give Roosevelt a plurality of alwrar 20.000. The Republican can didate for governor nearlv 20.000. Miss Fannie Campbell leaves the last of, the week on a two weeks' visit with friends in Des Moines, Ta.. and Chicago. " .- 1904. HENLEY ATTENDED And Relieved the Polo Magnates of Their Anxiety. M. C. Henley, of the Richmond Athletic Association, attended the meeting of the directors of the West ern Polo League yesterday at Ander son. Nothing important was done at the meeting. The rules of the league were gone over, but no im portant changes were made. The managers all expressed the opinion that the league would stand by the salary limit law. Reports from An derson say that the league officials were considerably worried yester day until Manager Henley put in an appearance. They thought perhaps that Richmond would fail to show up again. OHIO IS THERE WITH BOTH FEET ONLY ONE DEMOCRAT IN THE BUCKEYE CONGRESSION AL DELEGATION. STATE GIVES BIG PLURALITY Cincinnati Goes For Roosevelt by Over Thirty-Five Thousand. (By Associated Press.) Columbus, O., Nov. 9. The defeat of the Republican candidate for congress in the 13th district is indi cated ..but, the Republicans, -claim his election. II. L. Smyser was prob ably elected in the 17th district. If these districts are Republican Gar ber in the fourth district will be the only Democratic congressman in the state. W. W. Campbell was el ected in the fifth district. The vote on the Republican state ticket will be about 30,000 less than on Roosevelt. Republicans still claim all congressmen but Garber, while Democrats do not concede the elec tion of Republicans in the fifth, thirteenth and seventh districts. Cleveland, O., Nov. 9. With half of the precincts in the country heard from the vote stands Roosevelt 25, 840, Parker, 12,051. For congress in the Ohio 19lh dis Irict, W. Aubrey Thomas, Republi can is elected. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 9. Complete returns in Cincinnati give Roosevelf 53,01 S, Parker 18,814. IS ADMITTED At Democratic Headquarters That Roosevelt Has Carried West yirginia. Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 9. It is admitted at the Democratic head quarters that Roosevelt has about 10,000 plurality in the State, but the Democratic governor and possibly the entire state ticket is elected. The Republicans have the legislature on joint ballot. The. Republicans elected three congressmen. The Democrats claim the second and fourth dis tricts. . Parkersburg, W. Va.. Nov. 9. The Republican state committee at eight a. m. today still claim the Republi can state ticket is elected but ad mit that they have insufficient re turns and reports on hand to show that the Democratic state ticket is making heaw gains. Parkersburg, W. Va., Nov. 9. Woody a rd. Republican, was elected in the fourth district. MISSOURI IS CONCEDED. Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. 9. The Times (Independent) says-that it is becoming more than a possibility that the next Missouri legislature may be Republican and will elect a successor to Senator Cockrell. Wilbur Hibberd returned last ev: euing to Detroit, Mich. ONE CENT A COPY. THE DAY AFTER THE ELECTION PEOPLE HAVE PARADED THE STREETS CONTINUOUSLY EVER SINGE THE ELECTION All Kinds of Contrivances Used ia the Parade Mayor Zimmerman the Leader. On Tuesday evening the loyal Re publicans of Richmond started to celebrate the election of Roosevelt and Fairbanks and they are still cel ebrating this morning. Tuesday ev ening large fires were built ou all of the down-town"" corners and a dance, resembling an Indian war dance was held at all of the fires most of the night. At 5 o'clock yesterday morning some of the faith ful ones were still yelling for Roos evelt and Fairbanks. 'As soon as the suu rose yesterday morning the jollification started again. All day yesterday parades would march through the main' streets. Last ev ening it rained, but this did not seem to cool tbe ardor of the crowds at all as a large parade which form-" ed at the court house marched for over two hours. The working forces of a number of the large factories had a parade over the down-town streets yesterday morning. In the parade two large wagons were used as hearses. One of them contained a coffin box on the side of which in large letters was painted the name of Parker and on the other box the j name; of Davis appeared. - Six col ored men with heads bared played tbe part of - pall bearers for each one of the distinguished "dead ones." A number of persons were wheeled about in wheel barrows yes terday, the result of election wagers. Mayor Zimmerman led the parade most of the day. MONTANA, Rutte, Montana, Nov. 9. Roose velt has 7,200 plurality. Governor Toole, Democrat, was elected by 800. The legislature is Republican and1 elects a senator. KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 9. Returns from all but 333 precincts in the state give Parker's plurality' at 21. 711. It is estimated the remaining precincts, being mostly in the moun tain counties, will reduce this to 14,000. , NEW YORK SEES A National Republican Landslide and Democratic Cave In. New York, Nov. 9. The returns from Minnesota indicate the election of Johnson, Democrat, for governor while Roosevelt has a plurality of 100,000 in4 Wisconsin. While Roose velt carried that state tbe legislature will be so, divided as to form a deadlock on the election of a senator Colorado counties give 10,000 for Roosevelt but the state ticket is in doubt. Democrats claim the election of a governor in Nebraska. : Indica tions are that the next house of rep resentatives will be strongly Repub lican, 202 Republicans are reported as elected and 138 Democrats. Of the remaining' districts 32 are now held bvf the Republicans ' and 13 by the Democrats. - , - . The latest returns with some dis-: tricts missing indicate a plurality of ltl,7ni for Roosevelt and about 74. 000 for Iliggins. Parkers plurality in New York City is less than 3S,000. ! Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Ilackleman S went to Roachdale this morning, j where they will pack some of ther household effects - preparatory bo moving to' Richmond, where Rev, I lacklemarf hasaeeepted a call ; to the Firsi "Baptist church- Rnshville Daily ' Republican , '