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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENINGJREmRD PRICE 2 CENTS PER NEW YORK FOR TAFTANDHUGHES j Republican National and State Tickets Victorious BRYANCARBIBTHE BIG CITY Metropolis Gives Its Vote to Demo cratic Presidential Candidate by Large Also Indorsing Chan lers Also Demo But Other Cities Are Repub Legislature Will Be Re publican Governor Huahea Ex presses Gratification at SOME Hye to Some Eat to But Eat or Or live or Eat here and Are showing the strongest line of merchandise tobe seen in our city consisting of SU ITS Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves CO ATS For Evening and Street wear the Automobile and New the result o yesterdays election New York states thirtynine electoral votes will bo cus for William Taft and James Shei man Both the Republican natlona and state Cbarle Hughes being selected Greater New York has gone Repub Mean for the time In its histor the vote for Bryan and Chaulur no coming up to Democratic they having relied upon the city to overcome the TaftHughes plurahU The figures are as In the entire Chan In New York city 250000 000 Reports from all parts of the state indicate that the vote was the efforts of both gubernatoral candi dates to brinout the ballots being rewarded with Both the old parties polled full their strength not being seriously affected by the In Socialist and other minor Independence party candidate for ran ahead of the bociaiist The states congressional representa tion will be as at among the two with being elect ed in the Ninth district in place ofj The next legislaj ture will be Republican In both Insuring a Republican sue cessor for Senator Thomas Who will leave the senate In New York and Buffalo are the two large cities ot the state that have gone i I need not say that 1 am greatly pleased with the result of the declared Governor I felt certain that the people would In dorse the administration of President Roosevelt by electing Secretary and I consider my own reelection as an approval of the policies pursued by the state administration during the past two CONNECTICUT FOR TAFT Carries BuTby Greatly Reduced tlie efforts made to place Connecticut In the Democratic iho state has given Its voto to the Ktpnlillean candi date Tafts full fur Hat of four yours In iluRe publican candidate uestiua lij This 8Congressman Lllley 1ms elected governor by despite Hie muni tion to him on account ol the subma rine boat mutter and the opposition to him in his own Five llcpubl can congressmen have been and the state legislature will be He PUThenieadcrs of both parties In the state expressed great interest In the growth of the Socialist which In creased from In 190G to this fAFT AND SHERMAN Republicans Carry New Illinois and Wisconsin Successful Candidates Will Have Large Majority in Electoral College GO REPUBLICAN ALSO Caracul and Persian Lamb Remember the Ladies of Greenville trade the same here as at Come now while stock is i seven electoral votes of the new the first to be will go to William Jen nings who received of the states are the election figures in this Taft polled fewer votes than Roosevelt did in Indiana and Ohio Are Carried by Taft PARTY ELECTMOVERHORS Deneen In Marshall In Indiana and Harris In Ohio Are Taffs City Votes for and In Home John Is RepublicanChicago Goes Demo cratic Crowds Cheer Republican Standard Bearer When Result Is An has been carried by the Republican party by a plurality of giving the states twentyseven electoral votes to Tatt and The ticket has also been Gov ernor Charles winning from former Vice President Adlal Ste venson by Chicago has gone Republican by The next state be Re puWlcan by a majority on Joint ballot of a loss of This means the re election to the United States senate Albert There will be a decided change in the congressional representation ot Illi The present delegation from the Includes twentyfour Republicans and one The figures in the Sirtyflrst congress will be seventeen Republicans and eight six of the latter being from Speaker Cannon has been reelected In the Eighteenth The voters of the state have indorsed the proposed constitutional amendment authorizing the state to issue bonds of for the construction of a deep waterway beginning at or near to a point at or near In the Illnois New netf presi dent of the United States will be Wil liam Howard of The next vice president will bo James Schoolcraft Republi of New This is the verdict returned by the majority of the voters of the United The Republican can didate has repeated feat of carrying every Elvlnc him a clear majority in elSoVal loUege ot m over Jennings the Democratic candi Taft will receive Mb elee oral votes to Bryans 1Ue lal ter has carried West which went U Roosevelt four years and has won back the one electoral vote which Maryland gave to the Re publican candidate In the state created since the presi dential has enrolled was In the Democratic col The states considered doubtful before the election have gone as I Democratic Re publican Democratic New Republican and Wast Results in the Pennsylvania has gone Republican by majority and New Jersey by the figures in 1904 being and Con necticut is Republican save in a few cities and but Congressman GeUe the Republican can didate for ran behind Tan His majority Is whereas the Republican presidential candidate carried the state by Thisis I below Roosevelts figures In and the same thing is true of practl i eally every state in the union that has been carried by both Roosevelt The Electoral The electoral vote is as follows Alnlinnm ArkulHiis California Colorado Coniiprtlcut IJeluwuru Illinois Inillimu town i Kentucky Loulslium Maine Marylnnd 13 MlnnisoU Mississippi MlHSonrl Montana Nebraska Nevada New llnnipulilrp New Jcrsiy New York 10 18 i 8 3 12 Taft li North Cnrollim North Dakota Oblo 7 Oklahoma Pennsylvania Uhoile Inland n South Carolina BontU Dakota Teunossco Texas ls Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia V a 303 Iowa Indorses DBS the Democratic vote which stayed away from the polls in 1904 turned out in full force yesterday for it was not sufficiently strong to carry the Tafts majority in Iowa Is in a full vote of the Republican nominee for was A Home 53 Mercer Street RHEUMATISM CAN BE CURED The Qillespie property now owned by Newell is oJered lor saleata property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE I want every body to know that my Rheumatism Remedy relieves pains in arms stiff or swollen Joints in and Vures in a few Con tains no Mor caine or drugs to deaden the It neutralizes the acid and drives out all rheumatic poison from the Dont takev oldfashion ed dont take dont spend another dollar on doctors do as these people have done and get Here is Proof xoe house the Sixtyfirst congress will be but bya reduced With returns from wsne districts still in doubtand contested it appears now that the house will remain safely RepuW The senate will remain Speaker Cannon has won his fight for but by a reduced Central States for Ohio Indiana and the great central with an aggregate of sixtyfive electoral have gone Republican despite the fight made to bring them into the Democratic col umn The success of Taft in these states considered vitally necessary to has carrie4 with it success of the Republican state tick Governor Deneen in Illinois and Governor Harris in Republican candidates for retain their seats but Congressman Watson was defeated by Marshall for Republican hopes of carrying Ken tucky proved vain In spite of the vic tory of in the gubernatorial contest last The greater part of the states congres sional delegation will be The Pacific coast Washington and have given their votes to the Republican candi date but which voted against Parker In gave Its votes this year to the Dakotas and Minnesota are again but Governor Johnsons personal populari ty has sufficed to seat him again in the gubernatorial chair of the North Star Iowa and in fact the west and are as noted by lowered The South Still The solid south is still solidly Dem Bryan polling the usual large Only In Maryland as the Republican party made serious nroads on the Democratic and n that state not sufficiently to change he about which ome doubt was expressed before the has gone The New England states have gone foi Taft and have elected Republican gov but the vote In Rhode Island vvhere the Democrats made a strong Is very In Massachusetts he Independence party candidate for governor made a good thougl running far behind the vote of Thomaj Hlsgen last New York for the first time in Its history has given a plurality fo the Republican Michigan for sections of this divided state have gone Repub Ucan the total plurality for Taft being a Republican loss of since Governor Fred will retain his North Dakota North Da kota has gone giving Taft of Its This is a Republican falling off ol since the Vast Bryan Carson has been carried by the Democratic reversing the result In or the states votw Bryan has received Kansas Still Kansas Is again in the Republican column this Tafts majority in the state is less than Roose felts majority in Walter has been elected Taft Wins In South state has been carried by Taft by a plurality es timated at In 1904 Roose velt received a plurality cf Robert Republican date for hae been Wyoming states three electoral votes will be cast for William but his popular ma jority Is considerably below tkat of BRYAN WINS HOME STATE Democrats Capture by Small has disappointed the hopes ol William Tatl by going The fig with some of the more distant nolnts yet to be hoard indicate a SiraUty for Bryan of from to Governor Gforge Repub has beun reeleoted by a small The personal popularity of Bryan In his home state and of Sheldon accounts for the differ ence between the governors vote and that of The states present congressional five Repub licans and one Bryan 8llcnt on do not de Blre to discuss the result of the eloe lion at the present said Uryan utter the returns were received At a later date I shall probably have something to but now I must beg to be The Democratic candidates own city gave Taft a The result lu Nebraska was u great disappointment to West Virginia Carried by ginla classed as a doubttul state be fore the has voted for Bryan as a result of the split In the Republi can His plurality in the state is less than Roose velts plurality in The Republican division helped to elect Louis Partys Vote Cut Down In Cities Whera Labor Element IB elgUb counties still to hear the In dlcations are that Taft has carried Pennsylvania by a plurality that will be nearer than re turns received show a considerable falling oft In every county with the ex ception of A heavy vote was polled throughout the state due prin cipallyto the many warm contests lu the legislative Tie Republi cans hold their own Im the congres sional districts if they do not increase their There Is practi cally no change In the Republican rep resentatlon in the In Phil adelphia the national ticket carried the cityby about The entire ticket Is elected by a large plu including Joseph Qilflllanfor who was opposed by Glb the nominee of the Independent The election In Pennsylvania turned almost entirely on national the higheet state officer voted for wng a Judge of the superior For that office William Hepub has been elected by a majority of over Dem The TOte In the country districts M heavily The rtatVs representation will again be Republican in the the having gained only one The figures will he as follows 24 Democrats THE SOUTH STILL SOLID Usual Dsmocratic Majorities Returned In St has re versed the Republican victory of 1904 and is again in the Democratic ranks by a majority of Louis went Republican by a small Wil liam Cowherd has elected gov These people have testified lor MUN YONS remedies because they fe about these Take MR who lives at 1212 Belmont he cannot say too much in praise of MUN TONS Rheumatism Brown tried a number of doctors and number of different advertised remedies without My Rheumatism Cure gave him almost Immediate relief and ily restored him to perfect Take lives at 928 ROBERT who lives at 928 Locust Philadelphia who says There Is no Joke about your Rheumatism I ain grateful for what you have done for You have restored me to You are at liber ty to publish my name or refer anyone tn JOHN SHERIDAN who lives 1530 Vine says he will be glad to see WNYONS Rheumatism Cure done what th best Doctor and other could monoy mj Muoyu not and if you We not aattofled with results yoor j Absolutely PURE Cincinnati CrbvKi Republloa ticket had a close call in Tarts home the partys majority of 193 in 1904 being reduced this year to Two years ago it was Mr Taft received the returns at the borne of his Charles When his success at the polls was an nounced the bouse was surrounded by cheering crowd calling for a speech from the next president Taft announced that he would make a for mal statement Injhe near BAKING I Comes from Grapes The only baking pow der made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar   

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