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THURSDAY,, NOVEMBER 5; 1908.""
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T. C Piatt will stand: Senate 34 Re
publicans, 17 Democrats; Assembly
102 Republicans, 48 Democrats.
This is a Republican gain of two
senators and seven assemblymen.
LilW,. against whom a great fight
his Democratic op
Arfeingjrices on the various goods juclvjs
.. RHODE ISLAND.
PROVIDENCE, R. I., Nov. 4.-1
r;u aknt twn-thirds of 'the ' 161
t u -
precincts heard from the figures in
dicated a probable plurality of 16,
mn fnr Taft iu the stated The Re
publican state ticket headed by A. J.
Pothier, candidate for governor,, han
undoubtedly been successful.
Men's and Roy's Suits. Hats. Overcoats, Shirts;
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ilEV3 BY STATES
(Continued from pge )
tt 3 o'clock' this morning, ( " ,
Lam only 34 out of over 100 pre-, .. GEORGIA. -v
v's in the state have been rcceiv-, ATLANTA, Ga, Nov. 4.-AI-tl
These give Taft 4904, Bryan 3,- though Georgia gave Bryan a sub
"? Brady 4W1. Alexander 3903. ! stan,tial plurality of about 20.000.
These figures indicate ' a plurality Repl,blican gains were shown all
- . limn and for Brady of over tve state. Taft received a small
5K0 although " the estimates irum
routes give Taft 10,300 and Brady
C00 "' " ' - "
All returns indicate ihat the Legis--titnfe
will 1 Republican -
SALT ' LAKE CITY, . Nov. ; 4.-.
.IWy thousand plurality - for the
iTart presidential electors and 10.000
for the Republican state ticket, head-.
'ti by1 William' Spry for governor; ts
the rough estimate made this, morn
r.g It is based on complete returns
' from Salt Lake City and 1 scattering
''fibres, from "r P of the -state,
'L'Un' will' retdrf ;oseph Howell5 to
, Congress, and Rced'.Smoet- .tot fhe
J' United States Senate., T7.,
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NEW HAMPSHIRE. .. ..
I rrMCOKXi. N. H..cNov: 4.-Two-
Ffft,. frt h. vote of New Hampshire
canted anneturne indicates that
Taft has carried 'the State Ty -doui
'SiJM plurality,..' -n c ;
5?,nrv R. Ouiiibv. Republican, for
-.,rtr will tirobablv have .4000
plarality but as a majority ' is" "re
,.A to elect the vote of the minor-
grt in determining the result The
n t?.mih!iran concressmen were
' - INDIANA .
' INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 4.-At 4
A. M. bdkations were that W. n.
Taft had carried Indiana by about
;1S,CC0 plurality. T. R. Marshall, Dem.,
is elected governor by about 5000
plurality over James E. Watson, the
f PMHtVJiran .candidate- The 1 chances
are favorable for the Democrats to
aVe severi"out "offiiirteen"congress
msn 4rpmJndiana. JThe majority on
josjt ballot in doubt The' next eg
tature-wiif sc'ect-sa'ucce&soc- to
Senator A. B. Hemenway, Republi
ran. . , . - . -
majority in two. counties and Wat
son the iFopulist candidate, tarried
three 'counties. Taft carried two
wards in this city. AH the Demo
cratic congressmen were -re-elected
and thfr re-election of Senator Clay,
Democrat, is assured. -
v CIIAFWT IS CHAFING
CHICAGO. Nov. 4. Eugene W,
Chafin, presidential candidate for tie
Prohibition party, after scanning the
election ' returns made a statement
concluding as follows: "The Democratic-Bryan
party ' is dead. The
fgb,t frora. row oft will, bfe between
tne rropiDition party au iuc wuio
kev" Republican party and we will
elect. -. a , Prohibition President in
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Nov. 4.-
o.ti.mc fit miilniuht were sufficient
to show that the Republicans had
nracticallv made a clean sweep of
r.. , m
the state on the national ana state
tiMta Thi-v have elected both
congrssmen at large.
- - NEW JERSEY, i
NEWARK." N. J.. , Nov. ,4. At 3
o'clock Wednesday morning the in-1
dications from New Jersey are that
Taft has carried the state by S4,H0.
c.. tf tVi ten mncrressmen are I
WVU V - U
Republicans. ,- ; .. ; .
WILMINGTON, Del, Nov. 4.-
Taft's indicated plurality, in Dela
ware is 3000 and the Republican state
ticket headed by Simon S. . Penne-
well for governor, is elected by about i
the same plurality. , . , ,
RENO. Nev... Nov. 4. Returns up
to 2 A. M. indicate the Democratic
ticket cenerally successful throughout
the state. The count will not be com
plete for two or three, days
' HEPBURN DEFEATED.
mtAITA Ww4-At S
this1 morningCongressman Hepburn
i '-...j I.- :...: c .1-
Associated Press over the long dis
tanco telephone from bis home tti
Clarinda. Iowa,-that he had been de
feated by W." D. Jamieson.
F r - ' i. . tt l . .lA
member of the Loer House of Con
Kress for 16 years. Ht; declined" to
make a statement as to what he at
tributed his defeat - f:r .'. ' ' '. 'Z
FROM BOSTON. , -BOSTON,
Nov., 4. 4:30." A,' M.
Complete vote of Massachusetts for
presidency: Taft 230,221; Bryan 165,
E50, Taft's plurality 84,36L'For Gov
ernorDraper. R., .233,874; . Vahey,
J)., 173,355; Draper's plurality - 60.-
NORTH DAKOTA. :
FARGO, N. D, Nov. 4.-With Taft
leading by 15,000 in - three hundred
precincts in the southern part of the
state. Teport: of the race, for Govern
or is close, Burke,: Dem. having 17,
SOS and Trvhnsnn.. Renuhlican. , 17.'
6301 TJi..Sos9i. that. Johnson, suffered
in the cities is more than made up jn
the rural districts.
, m i ... wi .? T
PORTLAND, Me.,.Noy; .-Tlft
and Sherman were given a plurality
of 32,000 in Maine yesterday out of
a total vote for the two leading par
ties of 103.000. Bryan's vote : was
estimated at .35,725, Taft'i 67,203.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., -Nov.. 4.
The great size of the Republican
victory in Connecticut yesterday was
evident this morning when the "votes
were all in . save ; two precincts ".and
W. H. Taft was found to have a plu
'"xaJity :'of 38,450. Debs polled 2804
and Chafiin, Prohibition, 2282. ' , .
The plurality for governor of Mr.
BIRMINGHAM. Ala.; Nov. 4.-
The usual Democratic congressional
ticket has been elected in Alabama.
The Normal Democratic , majority
has been maintained.
WHITE - RIVER JUNCTION,
Vt, Nov. "4. Complete returns, from
the State of, .Vermont give Taft 39,-
S02. Brvan 11.688. HiSaen 719. Taft'S
' 1 . - !
plurality 27,904. . . '.:.'
- VIRGINIA. .! .
.RICHMOND, Va Nov, 4. Vir
ginia gave ner nsnai ; majority io
Democracy yesterday, the state go
ing tor Bryan by nearly 25,000.'
VIRGINIA SLOW.- .
WHEELING. W. Va- Nov. 4.
Returns from West Virginia are very
slow owing to the great, number of
candidates voted for "and - the fact
that there are five tickets; Returns
up to 3 A. M. indicate that the state
will be close, as between Bryan and
Taft, and that the Democratic state
ticket will be elected, , ' ,
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NEWV YORK LEGISLATURE.
N EW YORK( Nov, "4. Returns up
to 4:30 A.',M. indicate that the New
York States Legislature which will
elect a successor to United Senator
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&ajor"ifies I' IjJJ i '
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r.KNOXVlLLE:.Tenn..t Nov..4.- I
ih! -''-i,,'-,;i,'t; J.f,vio .RfVan will It
have-,- about jjOOOj 'pluralitx-Ssi Ihe -
statjr." '-,! .;.
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. JERS A1 DELIGHTFUL PRO- '
- " J,GRAM AT EUREKA' "
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Vi'1' et 1 .') i'Hr'i 'i''f9'"f''n
vOtto F. Li Herse, tenOr, gaye a
most pleasing, 'concert, at thf , Ingo-
mar last evening. Owing to the in
clemency of the weather,. the, attend
ance was not as large as had been
expected; but those who braved, the
rairt were treated to a delightful mu
sical evening. , ...
It can be said -of Mr. Herse that,
within his natural range, which , is
ample, no tenor , applies a sweeter,
more caressing or clearer, cleaner
tone'ot ballad -singing. , t i . p
The singer manifested . excellent
judgment u. in i the j selection of his
progranj,' choosing Songs 'and ballads
admirably adapted to his ;vocal style.
The heaviest number on the program
was the last,, Denza's forceful and
beautiful song, "Star of My Heart,"
and in this, as in the , lighter selec
tions, Mr. Hefse showed control and
plenty of power. " : -. '"
In such numbersras Bond's. "Just
Awearymrf You, Burn? When'l
Was Wi' My Dearie,'.' and Willeby's
"Roses of Yesteryear," Mr. Hearse's
singing; brought an exquisite, demon
stration of tone control and an ap
pealing sweetness,, difficult for any
vocalist to excel, i ?;
In his native German tongue he
also gve "Still .wie dieTNacht" and
"Ich Liebe Dich" in a most pleasing
Mr. Hearse's piano accompani
ments were by Mr. Frank White, who
played with rare sympathy Mr.
White also rendered a Beethoven
sonata i and other piano numbers
which were enthusiastically received.
He is a very clever artist.,
Mr. Herse will appear at Hager's
Theatre tonight in the following pro
gram: I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby..Clay
Drink to Me Only With Thine
$,25 umbrellas now 05&
umbrellas now.; $ LI5
,75 umbrellas now. 1.35
2.C3 umbrellas now.... 1.50
2i50 umbrellas now 1.75
3X3 umbrellas now 2.25
3,50 umbrellas now...?. 2I5
4X3 umbrellas now 325
5,C3 umbrellas now 3.85
Save your sale slips
and see that the date
is stamped thereon.
IQg sox now 5C
153 sox now M "SC
203 sox now j I2e
255 sox now
35s now,...: 25s
'. 5ij sox '
25c neckties now
; 50 -neckties now
758 neckties now
. 0c handkerchiefs now....
1 5c handkerchiefs now tZ
2Qc, handkerchiefs now 1 2c
' 25C Jhandlcercliiefs now s
5Cs Ha'adkerchiefs now 38c
75c handkerchiefs, now 57c
$1.00 handkerchiefs now v72c
... .i mm -i t. r-t r, m
nat Keaucuons ' x
I J; J i." Mi". 3""
All $f,53 hats now :.. SI.C3
All ,75 hats now... Is25
All 2.C3 uats now
All 2.50 hats . now 1 .85
All 3.C3 hats now . 2.35
All 3,50 hats now 2.55
A lot of good Hats, 2 of a
kind left, and worth at from
$2 to $3.50, your choice
All weights and all
colors reduced from
to 35 per Gent
' ' - ir-, -4
Men's Suits :yt
A lot of good hats, 1 or 2 of a kindjleft, and - worth
at from $2,00 to $3.60, your choice;..... $f .35
Men's Suits :. ..$8.85- Men's Suits
2 tables full of men's suits, 1 or 2 of a kind, re
gular price from $12.50 to $15, now only $8.85
Men's' Suits.........:..-.. 1 3,85 Men's Suits
3 tables full of men's suits, nice goods, but 1 or
2 of a kind left, worth from $17.50 to $22.50, take
one at :. ; $13.85
AH of the finest new Fall
Suits Greatly Reduced,
Save your sale slips and see that
the date is stamped thereon.
M M AvTSTfiQ
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i.'j.Jij ii.Mii I lull U i U
i i w i i r . 5 ? s
T ? !
"The Reliable Clothier";
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Eyes . .........fid tngnsn Airing to cast neany every, vww v
Just Awearyin' For You
At .Partinar "... Rogers
My Queen .y.V..:. '.-. ;Blumenthal
y. .'Piano Selections ... ; .
Sonata Op. 13, Adagio, Allegro
;.'.V...--'..-.: v.'.i.v..i Beethoven
b German Songs '. -Still
wie die Nacht...:i.......Bohm
Ich Liebe Dich.. . ... . .... .v. . .Creig
Bond L-.:n. Y-t thev actually cast
. yi tVH'vm! - - - r
only 20 votes a paltry numoer.
On the other hand the men of sub
stance in that precinct, the old
residents, men of families and of
many friends in the city went to the
polls and rebuked the hot heads.
For -Mi. Taft' they Cast 146 votes,
tfm- Mr. Brvan thev cast 32 votes.
Long Ago" ...' Speaks j For Mr. Chafin, the Prohibition can-
The Roses of Yesteryear.... Willeby didate, they cast 11 votes.; Out of
. Piano Selections 209 voteB cast the men who call
Scarf Dance .' Chaminade ' themselves Socialists cast only 20
Star Spangled Banner.. Chas. lroyer votes
(Paraphrase De Concert)
Believe Me If All Those Endear
ing Young: Charms, .....Stevenson
When I Was Wi' My Dearie. .Burns
Summer Love Song Mills
Star of My Heart.... Denza
PRECINCT NUMBER SIX
; (Continued from page 1)
day, and according to their talk it
would have appeared they were go-
Astoria can now well afford to for
get the incident that occurred at Na
tional hall. The good citizens ol that
locality have spoken, and spoken as
loyal citizens.' 4 ,' ' . ; s.
. ...... 1 i""
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the
air 'passages, stops the-irritation in
the' throat, soothes the infanied mem
branes, and the most obstinate cough
disappears. Sore and inflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened, and the
cold is expelled from the system. Re
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