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The Election Is Over, But Not the Sale of ADLERS \ I Qp o I T— Jj Em MEN’S SUITS 250 brand new highly tailored suits arrived yesterday and are on sale this morning. Leopold Adler DE-LIGHT-UD N. Y. Telegram. NOILTHIB'I KKW HA\K Has naun Hi,.1n... anil la Prepsr !•( lo Kreet a Hank Hslldtua. Moultrie. Ge.. Nov. The First National Bank of Moultrie waa organ ised to-day with a capital of 126,000, all of which has bsn subscribed, the grsaUr part of It by local business man. Officers ware sleeted as follows; John A. Carlton, president; 1,. Q. •antes, Monttoaiio, (H, sloe presi dent; A. W. Chase, cashier. The bank will be opened for bualnesa by Jan. 1. A Building Committee was appoint ed to select a suitable site, and they nropo** to erect a handsome stone front building. The subscribers to the Odors of Perspiration Royal Foot Wash amr-..... fset, ate., t>f ■in mm mss—s .mi j j •tops (haling. cures Sweating, Itching Swollen Tired fmt. tie at druggists, or prepaid front KA TON Dklia CO., Atlanta, Ul Moms hack If not aatlsllad. •ample for 1- •*;! stamp. SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY.NOVEMBER 9. 1904. stock number about thirty-five, and they are representative business men of Moultrie and Colquitt county. This Is Moultrie’s third bank, the other two being among the moat prosperous banks In the etste. GAINS IN ELECTORAL COLLEGE Increase Greater In RepabllcM Than In Demoeritlo Statna. In making comparisons of the eleo toral vote the fact should not be over looked that the Electoral College Is now composed of 476 votes, an increase of 29 over that which composed the Electoral College in 1900. At the last presidential election McKinley receiv ed 292 votes and Bryan 155. The states that voted for McKinley in 1900 have gained under the last reapportionment, based on the census of 1900, 19 votes, and those that voted for Bryan 2 votes. Apply this Increased representa tion to the election of 1900, the elec toral vote of that year would stand McKinley, 311; Bryan, 165. The an nexed table shows the number of elec toral votes by states in 1900 and 1904, respectively: 1900. 1904. Alabama 11 11 Arkansas 8 9 California 9 10 Colorado 4 5 Connecticut 6 7 Delaware 33 Florida 4 5 Georgia 13 13 Idaho 33 Illinois 24 27 Indiana 15 15 lowa 13 13 Kansas 10 10 Kentucky 13 13 Louisiana , 8 9 Maine 6 6 Maryland 8 8 Massachusetts 15 16 Michigan 14 14 Minnesota 9 11 Mississippi 9 10 Missouri 17 18 Montana 33 Nebraska 8 8 Nevada 33 New Hampshire 4 4 New Jersey 10 12 New York 36 39 North Carolina 11 12 North Dakota 3 4 Ohio 23 *23 Oregon 4 4 Pennsylvania 32 34 Rhode Island /. 4 4 South Carolina 9 9 South Dakota 4 4 Tennessee 12 12 Texas 15 18 Utah 33 Vermont 4 4 Virginia 12 12 Washington 4 5 West Virginia 6 7 Wisconsin 12 13 Wyoming 33 Totals 447 476 Necessary to a choice 224 239 THE WEATHER. Washington, Nov. B.—Forecast for Wednesday and Thursday: Georgia and South Carolina —Fair Wednesday and Thursday; light south west to west winds. Eastern and Western Florida —Fair Wednesday and Thursday; variable winds. Yesterday’s Weather at Savannah- Maximum temperature 3:00 p. 71 degrees Minimum temperature 7:00 a. 48 degrees Mean temperature 60 degrees Normal temperature 62 degrees Deficiency of temperature.. 2 degrees Accumulated excess since Nov. 1 3 degrees Accumulated deficiency since Jan. 1 260 degrees Rainfall 00 inch Normal 08 inch Excess since Nov. 1 1.29 inches Deficiency since Jan. 1 8.95 Inches River Report—The hight of the Sa vannah river at Augusta, at 8 a. m. (75th meridian time) yesterday, was 6.3 feet, a fall of 0.2 foot during the preceding twenty-four hours. Observations taken at the same mo ment of time, Nov. 8, 1904, 8 p. m.. 75th meridian time: Name of Station. T j W| R, Boston, clear 40 N .00 New York city, clear 46 W .00 Philadelphia, cloudy 48 SW T Washington city, cloudy.. 50 NE .00 Norfolk, clear 54 S .00 Hatteras, clear 56 SW .00 Wilmington, clear 56 S .00 Charlotte, clear 56 S .00 Raleigh, clear 54 S .00 Asheville, clear 52 N .00 Charleston, clear 60 SW .00 Atlanta, clear 60 SW .00 Augusta, clear 58 SW .00 Savannah, clear 59 SW .00 Jacksonville, clear 64 SW .00 Jupiter, clear 62 NW .00 Key West, clear 68 E T Tampa, clear 66 W .08 Mobile, clear 64 SW .00 Montgomery, clear 64 S .00 Vicksburg, clear 66 SW .00 New Orleans, clear 68 NW .00 Galveston, clear 68 SW .00 Corpus Chrteti, clear 66 SE .DO Palestine, clear 72 W .00 Memphis, clear 62 NW .00 Cincinnati, cloudy 46 NW .00 Pittsburg, clear 48 NE T Buffalo, cloudy 34 NE .00 Detroit, clear 38 NE .00 Chicago, cloudy 40 NW .02 Marquette, raining 36 N T St. Paul, clear 46 W .00 Davenport, clear 42 NW .00 St. Louis, clear 48 N .00 Kansas City, clear 64 NW !oo Oklahoma, clear 66 W .00 Dodge City, part, cldy 60 NW .00 North Platte, part, cidy.. 56 NW T H. B. Boyer, Local Forecaster. GEORGIA PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. Iteann Its Sessions at nublla I.ast NI wilt. Dublin, Ga.. Nov. Presbyte rian Synod of Georgia convened here in annual session to-night. It was called to order by Moderator R. C. Reed. Addresses of welcome were de livered by Rev. W. H. Fraser on be half of the Dublin Presbyterian Church, Rev. M. A. Jenkins, pastor of the Dublin Baptist Church, on be half of the city government, and by Judge J. E. Burch, on behalf of the Dublin Board of Trade. The addresses were responded to by Moderator Reed. Following the addresses of welcome and the response the Introductory ser mon was preached by the moderator. The synod will remain In session asv eral days. —lmmediately after the great Are In Baltimore last spring some leading society women of the city opened a lunch counter establishment to sup ply midday refreshments for bualness men until better arrangements could be made. The enterprleee have paid such handsome dividends that the so ciety women nave decided to keep on, turning over to subordinates the ar tual work of running the eating houses. —Mamma—"Here cornea nurse to bethe you both and put you to bed. Now be good and go quickly." I.litle Girl—"Oh, dear, rnummle. I wish I waa a nlght-dree'" Mamma -"Why, deer*" Utile Girt-"Then f should on ly hah# to go to the wash ones a weak Punch. ONLY ONE MORE DAY OF Savannah Carnival SPECIAL SCHOOL CHILDREN’S MATINEE To-day at 3:30 p. m. ADMISSION TO STADIUM: Children mIOC Adults (accompanying children) 2 cc Wednesday Matinee Only. SPECIAL LOW RATES ON RAILROADS Will continue for all trains, including Nov. 8, and morning trains of Nov. 9. Final Return limit November 10, 1904. Don’t Miss Coming to Savannah NOW. "PIKE” FEATURES. Volcano, Eruption of Mt. Pelee, an electrical exhibition. Prince Nicholi, the Wonderful Midget. The Fat Girl of Georgia. Lunetta, the Flying Lady. The Cave of the Winds, Creation, a bril liant electrical display. Meier’s Diving Children, a marvelous aquatic exhibition. The Snake Show, the Big Boa weighing over 200 pounds. The Mysterious Streets of Asia, with camels. The Carousal. Darkness and Dawn, beautiful illusion. Dog and Pony Show, thirty performers. A Day in the Alps, magnificent scenic production. Pink Domino Girls in Red. Artistic Dancers. Chiquita, the Midget Horse. The Great Train Robbery, a thrilling electrical show. The Razzle Dazzle, fun for all. The Miniature Railroad. Vaudeville Show, diversified amusement. Electri cal Fountain, under Niagara Falls. Aimee, the Fire Dancer. Crystal Glass Blowers. Crystal Maze ? " v - l"v .''u I .* THE BIG STADIUM FEATURES . EVENINGS AT 8:30 O'CLOCK. Prof. Abel’s Band Concerts 8:30 P. M. Troop H, Seventh U. S. Cavalry ... .... P. M. The Five (5) St. Tekcibs, Ladder Equilibrists. The Bickett Family, Casting Act, Five (5) people. Melville, Aerielist. Bombay, The American Indian Juggler. The Weitzmans, High Wire Artists. The Stones, lady and Gentleman, Whirlwind, Looping the Globe, Carnival Grounds Thirty-sixth and Montgomery. Take A- & B. Belt or Montgomery Street Car " Stadium-General Admission, Adults 50c, Children 25c. The sickest man is not al ways in bed. The meanest kind of sickness is just to be able to attend to duties and yet not feel equal to the task. The eternal grind keeps many in the traces who ought to be in bed. A thorough course of John son's Chill and Fever Tonic would give anew lease on life to such people. It tones up the whole digestive appa ratus. Puts the Liver in the best condition possible. Gives a splendid appetite. Renews strength and restores vitality.