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the: sim; ivteDNEDAi "November s; 1919:
Tonkera lut ntfcht of the election of Mr. '
j "If Mr. Haskell Is elected," Mid Mr.
Anderson, 'In view of the number of
Independent Democratic rotes he r
celved. It la very evident that practically
J1 o,f the decent, patriotic moral ele
ment .or me Republican party muit hare
cut him and, he la entitled to alt of the
satisfaction he can jet from such a
"There U no hannv erosDeot. there la
. o happy future, for Ilaakell or for any
I other maa who It In office by assailing
UWM" rnilfUdate forCOlUlty a, "1" Principle. While he may be
MCt UUIUIUUIL iwi elected, we must reallie that this time
,he haa deceived the good. Uw abiding
element; or at least a portion of It-
G.O. P. HAS NET GAIN
OF SIX IN ASSEMBLY
Tftmmnny's, Interference With
Judiciary Proves Costly
Judge Carries Colleague.
r- ' 1 t
LA GUAltDIA FAR AHEAD ;
District Attorney towis Is Be
clcctcil Rest of Ticket
in Close Race.
Frederick 8. Kisinn, Jr.. D. v
Oeorra 1". Wbeelotk, R.
Morrell B. Tellott.n.
t J. A.IIarrie. K. , -rrank pobton, R
t-a. l. Aoitr. n. 1 t r. w. Jiiaaon. a.
-H. U. Crowley, B.I
Alton A. WaUath. R.
1 Thomas A. Mo- 1 1 Theo. RooMTelt. II
n n A uiuv
NOW GET ONLY 4,0 SEATS
1 'P. J. Hamlll.VD.
I-C. B. r. Barra, P.
SUPREME COURT 2D DISTRICT. 1
' ' 'BROOKLYN.
Dowllng Squiera Rellly ED
Un. Jud. Mlat,
s Sol Ullmiui. n.
7-Noel D. Vox. It.
I Herman Welti, II,
i M art In Bourke. 11,
Irt W Uff 1.-1 - V,
, Largest Ilepubllcan Victory Is j-wm .xao.
Indications at midnight were that
the Republican ticket had won nn Im
pressive victory in Kings county.
. .. ..... 1AiiKllr.n
n.nhi-n L. HBSKCII, Vliu
ctl-prohlbltton candidate for County
Judge, polled a smashing vote. carry
In his colleague, County Judg Nor
o nikP to victory with him.
kartell, plurality. 3i "
figures, was estimated to bo aboUt 0 S mj
00 Dike's vote wns not far behind
Haskell's. Incomplete returns' showed
that Haskell's vote was almost' equal
to tho combined vote oi mo .
ccratlc opponents. In 325 of 954 .elec
tion districts Haskell polled 56,096
votes, Dike 51.980, Daniel J. Griffin.
Democrat, 34,405, and Howard P. Nash.
"Brooklyn," said Mr. Haskell as the
returns Indicated his election, "la the
most Independent voting sector of the
United State, and tt has Indicated In
the most emphatic way Its stand that
the Constitution should again be
amended to provido a direct vote on
"And. further, that all amendments
proposed hereafter designed to restrict
the personal liberties of the people, such
as the prohibition, of tobacco tea, cof
fee. Ac, shall be submitted to a nation
wide referendum vote.
"Those who deliberately tried to mis
represent me and the great principles
for which thla fight was conducted have
properly been rebuked and repudiated
for their studied' and practised decep
tion, amounting In fact to, an attempted
fraud on the public." '
Dry Leader Foanht Ilaakell.
The fliht of Representative Haskell
everahadowed all the other contests In
Brooklyn because ot its spectacular
natures. When early In the summer he
expressed a Oesiro to receive the Indorse
ment of the Ilepubllcan organization for
cne of the county Judge nominations the
Anti-Saloon League sered notice on the
organization that It ;would defeat the
entire ticket If Haakell were Indoraed.
Thla waa "because he had Introduced In
Congress a resolution for a referendum
on prohibition.- Haskell was shelved for
Frederick C. Martyu on the list of candi
dates recommended In the primaries,
n.fuainp .to accent thla verdict, the Rep
resentative In a hot fight defeated Mar-
tvn and iralm-d the nomlnat on.
William H. Anderson. State Super
intendent of the Anti-Saloon league,
waged constant warfare agalna.t Haskell
after the primaries, spending money
without stint for the distribution of cir
culars and advertising. Because of the
Interest In the "campaign Haskell waa In
great demand at all meetings
It was conceded that Haskell would
lose about ten per cent, of the Republi
can vote, that connected with the
churches. On the other hand many
Democrats supported Haskell openly and
tome of the leaders were working for
him secretly. ,
John H. McCooey conceded the defeat
ef his judicial candidates at 11 o'clock
last night at the Madison Club. He
still seemed to think that the rest of
the Democratic Kings County candidates
would win. He refused to give his opin
ion on the reasons for the Democratic
slump. Other leaders said that It was
due to national Issues such as proniDi
tlon. the high cost of living and labor
Nqnlrra Leada Dowltnir.
With about half of the election returns
in Anton U Squlers, Republican candi
date for the Supreme Court, waa leading
Oeorge J. S. Dowllng. Democrat, by over
MOO, 'and the indications were that he
would carry Kings county by 12.000.
Although Dowllng was an Independent
and wrested the Supreme Court noml
ratlon from John J. Kuhn, the organisa
tion candidate In the primaries, the In
dications were that the "regulara" had
given him their full support.
P. H. La Guarilla, candidate for Pres
ident ot the Board of Aldermen, beat
Robert L. Moran. Democrat, from the
very first, and with almost all the 954
districts In was leading by a safe mar
gin ot about 20,000.
District Attorney Harry E. Lewis; Re
publican, who went to the mat In a hot
campaign with John B. Johnston, Demo
crat, has aoDarently been reelected by a
plurality ,of 70,000. The returni for the
reet of the county- ticket were meagre
and Indicated that the rnre was ii close
one. On this the Democratic organi
zation pinned Its hopes. In 150 elec
tion dlstrlpts Oeorge A. Wtngate, Demo
crat, waa leading James C. McLeer, Ite-
fiubllcan, by 600. John Drescher, Repub
Ican, was slightly ahead of James J.
Browne, Democrat, for Sheriff. William
K. Kelly, Democrat, won the fight for
County Clerk by about 6,000. Maddox
and Webster were In a close race for
William H. Anderson. State Superin
tendent of the New York Anti-Saloon
League, waa Informed at hla home In
II R II. Wallao.n.
-jot. sieiuoerr, n.
It Miuriea IUikV 11
D.'.n-Jc. M. Schulti. R.
li u. a. uiernao, u.
-L. a; CurTliler. D.
tt J. 0. Hawkins. P..
U-CharUa S. Lory. D.
O B. E. Burtton. D.
in Kings Miss Lilly De
feated by Noel Fox.
Election districts In Brooklyn, 954,
Squleraa plurality, 17652.
Dowllng Squlers Rellly ED
Un. Jud. Mls
Totals. 40716 36413 631
Election districts In' Queens, 270.
Dowllng's plurality, 4302.
Dowllng Squlers Rellly
Totals. 11737 7614 61
Election districts In Richmond, 76.
Dowllng's plurality, 4123.
COUNTY JUDGES KINGS.
(Highest two elected.)
Nash Orlffln Dike Haskell ED
DIst. Dem. Dem. Rep. Rep. Miss
1... 4212 4226 4835 6387 8
2... 3742 3615 6432 6396 8
3... 3304 4019 3518 4428 1
4... 3813 3923 4466 5466 9
5... 4558 4615 10102 10814 4
6... 2216 2306 4388 5216 8
7... 3133 4249 4040 4754 8
8... ,3069 3781 2592 3381 11
9... 3976 4741 '.273 6825 8
10... 3757 3642 6689 6581 19
11... 5109 4478 6287 7901 19
13... 2468 2767 3444 4296 2
14... 2336 '2407 '2327 2940 5
15... 4641 6163 4215 6014 4
17... 4169 3383 7343 6687 13
18... 3655 3168 6354 6342 16
19... 2061 2116 8498 4282 4
20... 4646 5177 10718 12521 12
21... 4162 2833 7341 6117 25
22... 3638 3914 8662 . 9476 11
23... 998 1163 2727 4476 5
Tls. 73964 75685 118156 128350 288
Election districts In Kings, 954.
Wtngate McLeer Connell ED
. 4 ,
4 I The Republican awing In New York
1J city, set In motion by the Tammany
7 Interference with the judiciary, has cost
8 I the Democrats the fruits of the'r galna
6 In up State Assembly districts, gains
is ! . .. . . . ...... ....
" ior me most part due io local conamona.
6 ! The Republicans show a' net gain of six
seats, giving them a round membership
1 iof 100 In the lower hounu of the Leelala-
8 I turn. Thev irnlneri ten ssatfi In the cltV.
while the Democrats trained five and
9 I lost one uo State. The Socialist reDre-
11 sentatlon stands at two. as where one
4 Socialist was elected In the Fourth
7 I Bronx district another was defeated In
i;tne seventeenth Manhattan.
The lower house will thus stand : Re
publicans, 100; Democrats, 48; Social
Tho biggest Republican gain's came
from Kings county. There Harry Dlmln
beat Martin Solomon, tho present Demo
cratic Assemblymen, with apparently, a
falling off In the Socialist vote. In tho
Tenth district Leo Doherty, Republican,
beat Hoxte Smith, the present Democrat.
Joseph F. Bly, Republican, beat the
present Democratic Incumbent in the
Eleventh, as did W. T. Simpson In the
Twelfth." In 'the Eighteenth and Twenty
second, Theodore Stltt and Oeorge II.
Forbell beat new Democratic candidates.
18 Mrs. Mary B. Lilly, the Democratic
Aasnmbly member tonvthe' Seventh Now
York district, was beaten by Noel B.
Fox, a Republican. Martin Bourke, In
ED the Ninth, and William t:. Amos tn tne
Un.Jud. Mist, Eleventh, also turned Democratic ais-
0 tricta uepuoi.can.
0 Ouernsey T. Cross. Democrat, was
elected to the Assembly from auiuvan
county by a plurality of approximately .
800 over Frank Klnnle, Republican. Tne
county went Republican last year.
The same effect of local conditions
was observable In the returns where
ever the Democrats were successful up
State. Where they made their big
partisan drives against members like
Speaker Thaddcus C. Sweet they failed.
In behalf of Miss Marion Dlckerman,
Mr. Sweet's opponent, and a returned
army nurse, all of the women's organJbJ
zatlons or the district were muaiercu
against the Speaker on the Issue, of
hlss opposition to the Democratic wel
fare bills. Though It waa apparent that
this had Borne effect In keeping women
away from Mr. Sweet he got only
his normal plurality, despite the double,
number of .votes cast It was not enough
to defeat him.
In the same way in Wayne county,
where' a drive had been made by the
Democrats, backed by labor and grange
organizations, against Charles H. Belts,
formerly secretary uf the tate Food
Comml&slon, Mr. Betts was elected.
The election of a Democrat in Scho
harie merely marks 'a return to tradi
tional form. The overturn ot the Re
ubllcan candidates in Lewis and In
Sullivan counties were the results of
local fights In which the personality of
.the candidates played a big part.
In Suffolk Mrs. Ida Sammls, the
' present Republican member, who haa
served two terms with distinction, suf
fered a wholly unexpected defeat atthe
hands of William G. Carroll, a returned
Joseph B. Kellcy. Democrat, eaelly
beat Patrick Doss, hla Republican oppo
nent, to succeed James A. Foley as Sen
ator from the Sixteenth district. Kelley
got 15,654 votes to Doss's 7,345.
1 D. X. Jeffrey. R. I 3-Alan V. Parker, R,
J-H. W. Booth. II. . t-C J. Williams. It.
-L. M. Martin, n. I
t-'M. J. seule. It. I -!. It, Fearon. R.
i -uaraner J. inam-t
berlain. R. I
George It. Trior. R.
1 A.E.Brundage. R. I r C. L. Mead, R.
Frank II, Lattln..R.
Thaddeua C. Sweet. R.
Allen J. Bloomn.lJ. R.
John P. Donohue. R.
l-'P.AJlnInrer. D.l 4-N. M. Pette. R.
J B, Schwab. D. 6 A. J. Drackler. D
J 'John Kennedy. D.l a Frederick Locke, D
1 H. C. Morrlseey, H J I Arthur Cowee. R.
lr-T. P. CoexroVe. D.l : O. P. Raynaud. D.
Oordon n. l'eck. H.
1-P. L. Seaker. R. II E. A. Everett. R.
Clarence C. Smith, n.
1 H. B. Blodxett. R. 2-Eltiabeth Van Rj
i uuietie, i.
Jared Van tvaroueu. It.. D.
Clarence W. llmnner. It.
Georre A. Dob.on, R.
1-Ernett E. Cole, U I 5-'D. C. Huater. R.
... - SUFFOLK.
l'J. Q. Downs. U. 2 Wm. O. Carroll. D.
O. T. Cross, D.
. , , TIOGA.
Daniel P. Witter, R.
Casper Fenner. R.
8lmon B. Van Varenen. R.
Stewart MacFarland. R.
Eocene R. Norton. R.
vaaries u. uetts. It.
-T. C. Moore. It I lM A Ti-.h.n Jr. n
J-W. W. Weetall. R. 6-Georre Blakelr. R
-E. J. Wilson, R.
Bert P. Oare, R '
James M. Lown, R.
REPUBLICANS WIN .
BIG UP-STATE CITIES
Un Jud. Miss
' ' 72
1 E. C. Campbell. R.I 2 F. L. Wlswall. It.
2- Cbas. F. Moss. K.I
William Duke. Jr. R.
Totals.. 79554 73296 ' 799
Election districts In Kings. 954.
1 A.n.Hendrrion. D.
S Edw. J. Flynn. D.
J S A. De Witt. 8oc 1
Samuel orr, soo.
SHERIFF KINGS. .
That they are higher In j
price does not mean that I
Oliver Moore footwear is r
lower in economy. C
I of London
i CUMTOM BOOTMAKER
L Established IM7S
it W. 40th St.
rbooe Bryant 3597
.1723 2062 23
3068 2208 18
2181 937 20
3784 4416 18
1276 1689 37
2036 2513 42
- 3614 3928 29
1924 1813 13
2605 1433 11
2678 1478 21
2426 2400 23
2713 4372 24
1438 2080 35
1328 1823 15
4103 6179 35
162S 2789 ' 41
'2363 4156 33
1104 1680 15
42193 47956 453
5 'Wm. B. Evans. D.
d'T. J. McDonald, u
7 Jos. V. McKee. D,
B. Jenks. R. I J F.E.Whltcomb.
De Hart H. Ames. R. v
L. Ford Haser. R.
U-H. L. Ames. R. I I J.A.McGtnnla.
John J. Rich ford. II.
Bert Lord. R. ,
Charles' M. Harrinrton. B.
Ransom II. Qtllett. It. i
Irrlnr F. Rice. R.
Lincoln R. Lonr. R.
1 'John a. Webb. R
1 0. E. D. Brady. R
t'i. W. Slacer. R.
1 Aur. Seelbach. H.
A. T. Beasley. D.
z F. L Gardner. It.
Election districts tn Kings, 954.
Drescher'a plurality, 5,763,
COUNTY CLERK KINGS.
li-'A. A. Patrzrk'kl. D.
a 'Geo. H. Howe, R.
I N. W. Chener. It.
Raymond T Kroron. R.
Warren T. Thayer. R. .
FULTON AKD HAMILTON.
Ebtrlj nutchlnson, B
Charles P. Miller. B.
Frank G. Jacob. It.
Edward O. Davles. It.
II. E. Mtcbold. R. '
1 M. J. Griffith, D. ItJ-O. W. Xindiar. D.
t Thos. J. Cox. D. ll-Joeph Lentol. D.
J F, J. Taylor. D. ll&-J.J.McLaurhlla. D.
4 P. A. McArdle. D.lie-Charles Joaeuh. D.
J.u.cauinem.jr. 11117 wma a. went, u
Democrnt, Deputy State Superintendent' Havlland, Republican: waa elected Mayor
of Publlo Works. .Farmer's plurality of QloverSTllle over AIra J. Zlmmer, ind.
waa mora than 6,600, by 177 plurality, after the hottest mayor-
any contest nere in many years, wm-
Unci. Nov. 4 u'Connor. nenubllcan. Pleto vote ! Havlland, 3,1291 Zlmmer,
waa, olected Mayor of Utlca to-day over 8,062.
Smith, Democrat. ' j William W. Chamberlain, Republican,
iwas eieciea Jiayor oi jonnaiowu.
inf, Democrat, waa elected Mayor to-day ' Mbdwa, Nov. if Gerald a Fluhrer,
over Abbott H. Jones, Republican, by a named by fJor. Smith to fill a vacancy.
majority or 889. Mr, Firming was "
State Conservation Commissioner, under defeated to-day for election. He carried
Qov. Dlx. . the entire Democratic County ticket down
wun nim nnu aucr January i vrieana
PoooitKMrsig, Nov. 4Vr-Mayor Ralph County will be without a Democratlo
F. Butts, Democrat, waa "reelected over county oincia! ior in nm nine jn iwemy
Dr. J. Wilson Toucher, Republican, by a rr. The' unpopularity of the Oov.
i... un.u ,v.. ernor's appointment of Mr. Fluhrer la
one Democratlo' Alderman 'all the other "J? b Democrats to be largely respon.
Republican candidates were elected to
city and county offices.
Auduiin, Nov. 4. T A. P. Rurkhart,
Republican, was elected Mayor. The
slble for the result.
. noRNKX,.Noy, 4. Fred A. Robblns;
Republican' was elected Mayor of Hor-
nell to-day by a plurality of 1,382, tho
ltepuDiican, was eiecieu .Mayor. ine ",' . i.i...
. .,' . ... i..i .rtm - lnrgeat ever, given a mayoralty candidate
city adopted the commission form of,. ... n..,Kii. m it,..
,-..v.. . ..o ....... -"K-""
BmnKAMTON, Nov. 4. Wilson, Re
publican, was elected Mayor over Sey
Wjiitb Plaihs. Nov. 4. The Republi
cans sw'ept White Plains to-day and
also elected a woman as Councilman at
Large. Frederick E. Weeks was .elected
Mayor by 1,050 votes, defeating the
Democratic 'Incumbent. Farrlngton M.
Thompson. Weeks polled 3,178 votes
and Thompson 2,128.
Frnnk M. Wilson, Mrs Belle Marlon
Knight and Charles Everett Moore were
elected Councllmen at Larue. Three Re
publican Supervisors alBo were elected.
PpKT JiHVIS, Nov. 4. Maj r R. Grant
Thorpe, People's party, was defeated by
Oeorge Hornbeck, Fusion, by a vote of
1,470 to 401. The entire Fusion ticket
won by a latge majority.
Mount Vkrnon, Nov. 4. Republicans
were generally successful In to-day's
voting, although two Democrats were
chosen. For Mayor, Elmer L. Kln
cald. Republican, defeated Albert F.
Desheldt by 1.234. George C. Appcll. U
Democrat, waa reelected City Judge
over Frederick W. Clark. The Rev.
James Berg. Republican, was reelected
Comptroller over Abel J. Lcvlnc, a war
Veteran and D. 3. C. man. For City
Treasurer Mrs. Emma L. - Hollywood,
Republican, defeated R. i. J. Flynn.
For Receiver of Taxes John H. Cordes,
Democrat, i won over Oeorge E.
Weatherby. For Assessor Colin Macken
zie, Republican,. defeated John S. Lyons
Obsinino, Nov. 4. The fight made by
Mrs. Frank A. Vanderllp, wife of the
banker, and othfcr society women against
John Jenkins. Republican candidate for
Supervisor, bore fruit to-day when Jen
kins was defeated by J. Curry Barlow,
Democrat, by 121 votes. Oeorge Vail,
Democrat, was elected Auditor. Charles
Leary, Republican, was reelected Town
Clerk by 238 and the rest of the Re
publican ticket won.
SciiKNECTAnr, Nov. 4. The Rev. Dr.
George R. Lunn, Socialist Mayor here In
1912-13 and 1916-17 and elected by
Democrats to Congress for 1917-19, was
elected Mayor as a Democrat'by approx
imately 1,800 plurality over Mayor
Charles A. Simon. Sunday movies was
leading fscue. Minor city contests
Democratic Hold Broken Ex
cept in Isolated Cases.
The Democratic Hold on UD-Statc New
York cities, which was gained In most
cases In the last Presidential election,
was broken yesterday. The administra
tions of Syracuse and Utlca were made
Republican by good majorities. In
Singhamton a Republican Maydr was
elected, and White Plains elected Fred
erick E. Weeks Mayor ever the Demo
cratic Incumbent, Farrlnrton M. Thomp
son, by a sound, major'ty. Oeorge It.
Lunn, a Democrat, retained the strong
popularity he has built Hp In Schenec
tady and wpn tho Mayoralty easily..
ine importance ot rne election in
Syracuse, normally Republican, lay in
the strong candidacy of James E. Doyle,
formerly a newspaper editor, who was
backed by a Democratic organization
which had won many local victories
since the war started. He was opposed
by Harry H. Farmer, a Major of the
Twenty-seventh Division and long an of
ncer of the National Guard. Mayor
M-'ltn or Utlca has been In office several
terms. He was defeated by Judge
o Connor, who ran unsuccessfully
ngalnst him two years ago.
Yonkers and Mount Vernon went Re
publican by a decisive vote, the only
Democratic gains occurring In Mount
Vernon with the election of a City Judge
and the Receiver of Taxes. The Demo
crats fared no better In the smaller
towns, the reactionary tendency being
pronounced throughout the State.
s Harrr Dlmln. R
7 'John 1. Kelly. D.
a M. J. Rellly. D.
Fred S. Burr. D.
10 Leo V. Doherty, R
11 lunei F. Bly. R.
It W. T. Simpson. R.I
IS Theodore Stltt. R.
19 "B. C. Kllnrman. D.
yy-'Qto. J. Braon. D,
:i Warren V Lee. R.
22 Geo. II. Forbell. R.
23 Cha. Solomon, Soc
in subway or street car
and note the kind of people
' you find reading
fftw Vora's Crai AfernfMff tftmpaptr.
ii ... :
Kelly Oaynor E.D
Dem. Rep. Miss
1719 . 999 27
3494 3422 18
2582 1134 15
3629 3782 15
3074 3563 26
2334 2019 10
2817 1753 9
3117 1520 20
3800 ' 3613 17
3858 5677 18
1686 1928 84
1738 1986 IS
21848 31296 222
Election districts In Kings, 954.
. 's plurality.
A Qntntmt That Doe Net Affect Head
Beeaoae ef 'Its tonic and laxatlre effect LAXA.
TIVK BKOMO QUININE (Tablets) ran be
taken by anyone wlthnst cintlnf aerretunMS
er rlnrtEX la the, head. There Is only one
"Bremo Quinine' E. W. GROVE'S signature
a ths box. Mo ASs,
iou (A4 &C ms or
oua, OitiuiaxTn oJLt'
to thx -itounazfu ?run.
14 Cortlindt 5u 9-11 Dey St
Buftalo, Nov. 4. Frank C. Perkins,
an Independent -Indorsed by the Social
ists, to-day polled the highest vote In a
field of six candidates for three vacan
cles In the City Council. The others
elected were Ross Gra vein. Republican, a
state senator, and Artnur w. Krein
heder. Republican, a member ot the
present board. The new council will
stand three Republicans, one Democrat
and one Independent. Mayor Buck, w?
carried over this year. Is a Republican.
Perkins drew support from both Re
publican and Democratic parties chiefly
In his fight against an increased fare on
the city street car lines. The Socialist
candidates for minor offices polled only
the normal vote of the party
Rochester. Nov. 4; Hiram H. Edger
ton. Republican, ,vas elected to hla
seventh consecutive term as Mayor
of Rochester to-day over John H. Hop,
kins. Democrnt, by a plurality slightly
In excess of 0,000.
. Stiiacvse. Nov. 4. Major Harry H.
Farmer, Republican, was elected Mayor
of Syracuse to-day over James E Doyle,
IN JERSEY FIGHT
-Continued from. Eirtt PoA.
Geoxge F. Martens. Jr. (D.),
Thomas Brown (D.).
Albln Smith (R.).
Collins B. Allen (R.).
Clarence E. Case (R.).
Henry T. Kays RO. -
William N. Runyon (R.).
Thomas Barber (D.).
1920 Senate Republicans, 16 ; Demo
1919 Senate Republicans, 14; Demo
crats, 6; Vacancy, 1.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Saratooa Sprinos, Nov. 4. James D.
McNulty, a Democrat, was elected
Mayor by a majority of about 1.000 over
J. A. T. Schwarte. hla Republican oppo
nent. The election was conducted on
a non-partisan basis.
Port Chester.' Nov. The feature
of the election in Port Chester was tne
nttempt of Rudolph Knlerlem, a Gospel
preacher at street corners, to bo elected
Supervisor. He ran Independently and
received only 148 vottH. George Wer
ner, chairman of the Board of Super
visors of West Chester, was reelected by
a plurality -of 1,353.
Edward Lolbrock. Democratic candi
date for Town Clerk, who fought In the
big war and lost a leg at Verdun, was
defeated by about 500 votes by Charles
O. Derby, who was reelected for a third
In Harrison Mro. Martraret Ide, Dem
ocratic candidate for Tax iRecelver, de
flated David Barnes, Republican, by 308
Harry G. Sattler, Democrat, defeated
Ebenezer Bull. Republican, for Super
visor of Harrison.
Ei.miba. Nov. 4. Thn election of
George W. Peck. Democrat, for Mayor
over W. I. Booth, RepubMc.m. by 500
is conceded by the Republican committee.
Okneva, Nov. 4. George S. Stubbs
Republican, was reelected Mayor to-day
over Dr. C. C. Lyttle, Democrat, by a
majority of 63.
(Elected annu," '
William A. Blair (R.).
Joseph Corlo (R.).
John Y. Dater (R ).
Wllllnm St. John Tozer (R).
W. Irving Glover (R.).
Emmor Roberts (R.).
J. Heullngs Coles (R.).
T. Harry Rowland (IL).
Joseph F. Wallworth (R).
Andrew C. Boswell (R.).
David C Blizzard (R.).
Hugh C. Barret (D ).
James F. Hyland (D.).
Louis R. Freund (D.).
Joseph Slegler (D.).
Elroy Headley (D.).
James J. Cross (D.).
James J. Whalen (D.).
Felix Forlenzn ID.).
Joseph J. Finley D.).
Louis Jyewls (D.).
Charles R.'Casale (D.).
Michael F. Judge (D.).
Horace M. Fooiler (R).
Reed & Barton
Theodore B Starrjc
1 JEWf.LF.RS AND SILVERSMITHS
Beth JVvenue at 47 .h Street
James Rowen, (D.),
John J. Copplnger (D.).
Michael J. Donovan (D.).
Henry 'J. Oaede (D.).
William George (D.).
Lewis O. Hansen (D.).
James J. McAteer (D.).
Andrew Muro (D,).
William M Schultz (D,).
LouU Silver (DO.
Francis Jt. Stanton (D.L
EdwardJ. Sullivan (D.).
David IL Agans D'.),
William A.'Moore (ni). N
Georgle W. Guthrie (IL).
William H. Blackwell (R.).
Albert W. "Appleby ' (R.).
John E. Too lan (D.).
Andrew J. Wight (D.).
Dallas O. Toung (R.). .
Richard W. Stout (R-).
David Young (It.).
Fletcher L. Fritts (R.).
Woodburn S. Cranmer (R.).
William W. Evana (R.).
Graver P. Helnxmann (R.).
Henry O. Hershfleld (R.).
William R. Rogers' (R.).
Frederick J. Tattersall (R.).
William S. 'StUes (R.).
David Hastings (R.).
Hugh 9. Baldwin (R:).
Arthur N.' Plerson (R).
Arthur E. Warner (IL).
Sidney W. Eldrldge (R.).
Thomas A. Shields (D.).
1920 Assembly Republicans, 31 j
1919 Aasembly Republicans, 30; Deitir
Kllbane'a Defeat Indicated. ,
Cleveland, Ohio Nov. 4. Incomplete
returns at midnight Indicate that Johnny
Ktlbane, featherweight champion boxeri
Democratic candidate for City Council In
the First ward, has been defeated by
Councilman A. H. Dlttrlck Republican.
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Ithaca, Nov. 4. Edwin C. Stowart,
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Niaoara Falls. Nov. 4. Maxwell W.
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Olean, Nov. 4. W. 7.. Georgia, Re
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Rome, Nov. 4. City of Rome complete
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Corning, Nov. 4. Dr. George Lane,
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Gloversvillk, Nov. 4 Theodore
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