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-4;.- ,.t ' ' . ', . " . ; i-t;,,.,,, ......v,.,. . , r rrrr.rt.rr.-'Huas , :.f i ", t fffeather Forecast Local TaiM "Wednesday; Thurs j,s clearing nd colder. Good Morning- ? The seeds of repentance are .gown in youth by pleasure, but .the harvest Js reaped in age and .pain. Colton. ' H- e I mmlm TENKILLED POSTAL :. WE CASUALTIES IN ONE COUNTY; LOUISVILLE ALSI SCENE OE BLOODY J ' " " PRICE FIVE CBNW IN KENTUCKY ELECTION ROWS; ORDERED SHOOT TO KILL IN NE W Jloody Breathitt Scene Nine of Killings at Polls. iiiiu ARE JAILED Misville Row End in Ar rest of Men Making Race For Ofsice. Dr AwHum fkmi jlnimlle, Ky., Nov. 8. Known onsiUies in Kentucky's election ight stood at ten dead and lyin wounded. Nine men were killed in two Lffrays in Breathitt county, a lia and woman were wounded in Liiiville and one man was killed U two others (seriously wounded Estill county. The first of the killings occurred Lj.n n:kt h r 4LI44 i Sylvester Howard, Jr., was M I; Marl Pitts. Rke second affray in Breathitt took place today when Cleve- pML. : :j i.' j - -.. w aaiu nave mauc ci t if appointed. Lk. ki hrother. Leslie, tuiu.. r" . .. . . . tj1 t nH jonn iwucii-a Mcintosh were killed oui L and five other persons were F . .i ... A .Un-U nded, two ol tnem, -U nut Tom Centers dying later. of the dead men were Demo ns and four of the wounaea sblitans. i. t;v;iip. Patrolman iarrel With tiarry One shot DEMOCRATS TAKE BACK CONTROL NOLO KENTUCKY Lower House Certain Control and Senate May Be Right Toa. of ; OTHER AFFRAY DEMOCRATS WIN OUT 3 - T i n . Trend of Sentiment,' as Expressed at Polls, Is Decidedly Favorable .to Democratic uause Virginia Is Safe. 4 Br AMMoclated Pkh) Louis'ille, Ky., Nov. 8. Sweeping the state from one end to the other the Democrats regained control of the state legislature lost to the Re publicans two years ago. At mid night the Democrats were assured of the right to re-organize th elower house with the resut in the senate hanging on the outcome ni the Eighteenth and Thirtv-fnnrth ! ffcTJfo uf ii i'lu-meiiioers oi tne wr house to tne ww at the same hour the 10 Democrats and with two districts still incomplete serate stood 17 R-'publjcans, (Br AMoefatd Pimuli New York, Nov. 8. Mayor John P. Hylan, Democrat, was re-elected today by a plurality estimated from returns from almost half of the city's i,709 election districts of aDDroxi mately 400,000 over his Republican opponent, Henry' H. Curran. The vote in 1,310 election districts was Hylan, 349,567: Curran. 152.923. and Jacob Panken, Socialist, 42,929. It was also conceded bv their on1 ponents that the Democrats had made a clean sweep of the other important municipal offices, electing their can didates for comptroller and presi dent of the board of aldermen and five borough presidents. Republican state headquarters es timated that Townsend Scudders, Democratic candidate for associate judge of the court of appeals, a state-wide office, would earrv New York City by 291,000 over William S. Andrews. Republican 'incumhent. Independent Repub Beats Regular Cleveland Nam firmrig"as"ari independent Republican candidate, today was elected mayor of Cleveland over William S. Fijtzgerald, Republican. Democrats Win in Virginia Richmond, Va., Nov. 8. Unless missing precincts in the cities of the state tut down the commanding lead of Senator E. Lee Trinkle. of Wvthe. then Democratic candidate for gov- ernoty over his Republican opponent, Henry W. Anderson, of Richmond, the democrats have won by more thanv 67,000 today's election, accord ing to figures compiled tonight by the Richmond Times-Dispatch based on incomplete returns. The remainder of the Democratic state' ticket, according to latest re turns published by the Times-Dispatch, was carried into office along with Trinkle at varvinir maioritipa. totalling slightly less than the vote cast for governor. J. t Murray Hooker, of Patrick county, Democrat, was Jelected to congress from the Fifth district to succeefl the late R. A. James, by an estimated "majority of 4,000 over Thorns L. Felts, Republican, accord ing tolthe Times-Dispatch's figures. i llliuffaln Wants Riui 'declaring for amendments of the Vol stead act t opermit the sale of beer and light wines, was elected mayor of Buffalo today by a majority of 2,563 over Mayor George S. Buck, also a Republican. Democrat in Schenectady. Schenectady, N. Nov. 8. George R. Lunn, Democrat, was re elected mayor of Schenectady today for a fourth term. Repub Leads in Indianapolis Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 8. Samuel L'. Shank, Republican, was leading Boyd M. Ralston, Democrat, his oo- ponent in today's municipal election tor mayor by 19,899 when returns from 133 of the city's 166 precincts had been calculated. Louisville May Elect Republican Louisville, Ky., Nov. 8. Returns from 205 out of 370 precincts in Louisville tonieht indicated the elec tion of Houston Quin. Remiblican. as mayor of Louisville. RIDE ON' ill TLUIUS 10 PUT STOP TO MIS IN "HOLD-UPS" NEW JERSEY WILL REMAIN IN REPUB E HANDS EOR TIM Wet Advocates Have Majorities in Legisla tive Halls. All Close In Baltimore Baltimore, Nov. 8. Returns from 100 precnicts out of 590 in Balti more tonight gave W. S. Qordy, Democrat, for comptroller, ' 8,807 4 v-au - JJ.,,KH Kepnbl Upset In Syracuse Sracuse, N. Y., Nov. 8. John H. Walrath, Democrat, i was elected Mayor of Syracuse today by a d!u- rality of 8,974 over DeForest Set (By Auoctated Prrul Trenton, N. J., Nov. 9 Partial returns from yesterday's election throughout the state for the legisya ture indicated early today that the Republicans will control both housse of the legislature. In Essex county there will be, in all probability, a di vided delegation. The Republican hold-over members of the senate as- SOT,&oheparty. control there unrt ""V wm nave a-mainrit A i . 1 "J VA ive in tne senate. T i. . . uc 1117 U 3 6 Will probably stand 82 Republicans to 25 Democrats. joint majorities ft. t tie, Republican. It was the first!.1 insure the retention of the state nepuDiican mayoranty upset in more " ana control of the c than fifteen years. j missions. Thousand Marines Are De . tailed to This Special Duty TO STOP U ROBBERY Post Office Department De termined to Protect Even Postals. Estill Bennett IV, hnflnar in A GU L.. r.A cuvprnl shots ' . . 1A PrtfiS L . .mlK V WUU U-U .1. ,fm,v Mrs. Lillian O' anuLiiiri snuv - lias, aged 64. Tk fniirtti affrav was in .... ...w,, p V. Wolfinbarger Republican candidate for sheriu, was Nously wouhded Dy wy" " Winkler was shot ana khic kolfmbarirer's son Jeff. Phant ..i . u.. .t.Kj.r. aLso was lirusun, a uj-ov..v., i..i. ,iotv. ias added late to CUIUL1IC1 UUl j if v Snencer. a Democrat ic election clerk was killed at m nrecinct on Frozen Breathitt county. teen captured. Arrests in Louisville HIT aaoclat fTrm, i,,;a;ii Rv Nov. 8. W i tt ta nnv;rt tinminee lor wo nurns, uemuvianv FRANCE WARNS WORLD SHE MUST ARJVTrc m. m. - u.irj. j j btUM IjJSKMA1 r Ktr A111LJI LdS JU1 STOPPED HOUSE f PUBS IN SPLIT OVER ITEM OF SUR m nm llkU irish snumoi STANDING TILL UNTIL NEXWEEK CreeTt, in His slayer has not Talk Still Rife ThiPremier I , tt)n Will Tenaer nc-signatioi Nov. 8. lniit-i a expressed in hig h oua, (Bj Aaaoclated Preaal Washington, Nov. 8. Premier Kriand's desire in connection with the armament conference is that nothing should be with held from the American public as to the military, the economic or the poltical situation France, or the reason of why Over-I London .tie nominee - r?,. r mayor of Louisville started election n.M- ets ,Kht be nveloits occur- lporuuii. . the Irsih situat All par- .u noot atioiire uuj ' I i. i.. .i.. ,.,;v, o ride from a an .... n leading hotel to nolice heaaqua""" : . ,Unner. With ties to f . . .. m . Bairoi wagui., a p..--.- . informal ..------- Mr. Harris nr. the T de was Dr. H. today .. before - u De it" E-Mechling. Democratic nominee w sheriff of Jefferson county, a" . ih m m other men. Mr. Harris ws , s i ,!on. "s nope j .... v.-j charges' cabinet m - wi at nonce neauquaivc ... 1 ? . , .:.U .tor. of disorderly conduct ana wiv . . ... Az- oilvcer m - Dr. Mechilnng disorderly con- lering with an darge of his duty ws charged with dort. Ute last night several policemen under Captain Ed Larkin, went to th. n.,i tn arrest men against whom they said thay had "informa tion" that the men had been brought to the eity to intimidate voters to- nay. William uosrer, ""---the hotel, remonstrated with the of ficers, it is said, and was placed .j a. t Rnlpr and W at the hotel, ilsft viPro nrr tinted. m. - Janortad. it IB re wj .t During their absence, witnesses say several detec JIU , meetng bet the pre- nembersie Ulster m. ' is hope that parliament may r0lUgueu t ILV. and FridayVrmi8t.ce Day, fwther on.i'""-"-uay . T.n.nH arly to be concerning , In talks j .,;! Monu adjourneu " ,a:n(ormlli addition w today' with. 1- Lloyd . c...;in irv Cur- Gcore T' rraiC.Ster pre- zon, sir j"1' . .. mier, was busy conu mi-1! " seekmir .ntial narliamenuiij intiai pa . . their supporv - in the irisn .' point in the i Mr Lioyu . . caoLcouncUtonighichU, understood tnai w king's speech prorogrl.ament King -r Tu. i pv- were discussea. - that government is, or might be, impelled to one course or an other. The military position and re quirements of France are mat ters of serious concern and General Burat, chief of the French general staff, has brought a chest of documents respecting the present military strength of Germany and her potential strength. These, it is said, ni elude copies of secret instruc tions of the German ministry of war concerning the grouping of former officers, of which there of five are 250,000, mto skeleton regi mental formations so that, with out delay, military units could be created by summoning to the colors former service men. which there are four or million. General Burat has a copy of the latest issue of the latest issue of the German army regulations, published Septem ber 3, that does not deal, as he points out, with an army of 100,0000, as provided under the treaty of Versailles, but with forces on a vast scale, including corps, armies and groups armies. SMALL ARMS CONCEALED The army section 1 of French delegation also brought reports .respecting small arms said to be concealed in Germany. Arms and artillery factories owned by Germans according to these reports, of the has the have been acquired, or are being con structed ,in countries .round Germany which are beyod the supervision of the alliec com mission of control. The conclusion is reacd by the French general staff tit the German government al the German organizations e de termined upon a methodid and long sighted preparednei for war. That preparedness, i the French military view, wi con sist largely ni the permanc and increasing industrial pow of 60,000 as compared with Fnce's 40,000. General Burat and the pcipal officers with him are ider stood to be prepared to cussj at the conference the ench military policy with itstrue sary means for the execun of aims security and its jces the Versailles treaty as,ter- preted by the allied seme council. (Bj Aaaoclated Preaa) Washington, Nov. 8. With or ders to "shoot to kill" if necessary to prevent mail robberies 1,000 marines were ordered to duty to day as guards of mail trains and trucks and at postoffices in fifteen cities. The men will be armed with pis tols and sawed off shot guns. Postmaster General . Hays an nounced after a conference with Major General Leieune. eventually H . rePW ' ht by Social service. lhe r,. .... .. uurine the i t a "'ve Aprn , accoro, day that in the event that Thursday's conference between the premier and the Ulsterites shows the impossibil itv of an airreement being reached with Ulster the premier will make '.a grave and important announce- a threat tnat tne premier wm resign This is commonly interpreted as j ment to tne nuuse ui vumuivno. attitude. The friends of Ireland if Ulster persists in an unreasonable however, seem also equally divided in optimistic and pessimistic vews. In offcial quarters there is no sign of an improvement in the situa nml th. Ulster cabinet is ex pected to give unanimously its rea- Robbers Overlooked Fortune When They Looted I. C. Flier (By Aaancla-.-rd Preaa.) Chicago, Nov. 8. S. A. Germer, chief postal inspector, announced to. day that the loot obtained by robbers who held up an Illinois Central train near Paxton, 111., last night, fought 45 minute battle with the train crew, wounding five men and dyna mited and burned the car would to tal approximately - $400. "They got two pouches of mail and overlooked two others," Mr. Germer said. One of those overlooked is said to have contained $100,000 TRIAL OF MRS. OBENCH CONTINUED TO NOVEXR 22 (By Aaaoclated Prraa. Los Angeles, Nov. 8. Theal of Mrs. Madalyne Obenchain. ictprl jointly with Arthur C Burchr the alleged murder of J. Belton liedy, was continued today until irpm- ber 22, with the understand that it would follow the trial of Bv set earlier in the day for the saate. Judge Sidney N. Reeve deniemo tion asking for an immediatrial for Mrs. Obenchain. - General Belief Is (lnm, mise of Forty Per Cent. Be Accepted. Hy Aaaoclated Preaa) Washington, Nov. 8.The hrea.h in the ranks of house Republicans over acceptance of the senate maxi mum income surtax rate of 50 r,e, cent contniued today to widen. House leaders sought to defr fh. fight at least until after the rewrit es ot the bill by the conferenc, months ended total of $6.3on.nnn'l 10 Mr- Hayes. the mail i- it. 18 stolen from - in me si. lowinc tho .., months fol. ---o ""iiuuiitemenr, , employes would be armed postaI stolen fell to $318,000. ' totaI Arranged With Navy Arrangements fnr t . the marines, the nn.tm.. . . r-..rau;r general said, were made win, 4.. ot the navv. Th ,44 cussed at todav's hir,4 ."'si iiicecinfir and President Harding is said to Hayes plan to check looting of mails. 6 The postmaster o-enprol nounced that as a result r.t i. cent New York robbery orders had" -w. ,SSUea suspending from the service three New York postoffice tenlf 8 S-EIij'ali M- Morris, superin ndent of maHs; Henry Lippman, superintendent of registry, and Wal- - o. xviayer, (superintendent of money orders. Started Last Night Some of the marines. Rn,i t. jeune said. woulH hnoj 4.- . . , trains to night, and within 24 hn,,r0 v.. J "UUIU UtJ on guard on Dract.ipj.llu ii 4.-; . , - j exams in the country carrying valuable mail. Z , Uly ttle east. outh and central he irom the manna - .. . x'a posts at Quantico, Va., while those for serv ice in the west vnnU 4 Qnn n- , 1iuri. irom isiana, Calif.' Among the cities t .u:i. . ., Yf0,1-Boston, Ne . ,! . . . " ".."! way, out whether ne0t,t;. v.l. r,t.,. , , . . ' Dston, New to that end. which " .7 ' Z' J V 6 pn'?' Clevnd, Rich- , - "vmeu witl"'",,u "uania, Uhicaeo !(. T the "insurgents," would he ,. Minneanolis. Kmto. SA - -Lou,s ful rpm.i 4. u. , ., . San P....!. ' -VUy' Ua"as, ue aeciaed. it 41.. .. - 4,1C negonations started today itnuut an flo-rflflmi il. majortiy leaders nl ' w unnff in a rule to force the Mil 4 , 6 ..... w i-onierence Without lnstruetinno 4 4U T tk4 ------- ..c managers. In that event the p..ki:.. ... I surgents" and the De 4. 4. . . . -""..aw are C'T'. 10 aKe f eht on the rule. " lnat tney say they still "... uc 111 8 DOSItmn Germer said, "there was noubut .e . when the house managers ask tne ordinary run of reeisterecer "rawucuona. .... .. I Hnncn ) 1 no Dame snipments or otheck-l, -cors are understood to ages 01 especial value. It wike ., w "ccept a compromise on a week to see each individualler surtax rate at an increase of n j .1...1. .. 4i. . - croximatot., rT.4 "f "ancsco and Los Angeles Telegrams ;4-v . Be . ' K 41. "vu:nea tonight by he postoffice department In structing postmaster. .-J ! specters at these n-" " "JT. m' te with the guards. -o-oper- leclaring that it ; , . r.rt4 41. . 4. .. " " i"P"8ea xo th. T 4 Un'ted StBtes "ails "to the last postal carrf. re.-ji... . -st and sacrifice,".M, Hsy S8.id ne wanted it ce department h" "Z:, "P?.aUU ware on the 0. banTts Of the count " "us J , Jead'tiority 4. . ' -" ""Kea lor- "lu comDromise at . j . ner -4 - -wuiiu. u The officers departeu, a - ed t0 deal n.u..- sons lor retus.ng 3a,d to have conumed $100,000. and check up the exact ,08S t proximately efgnt per cent over the f" m the 8enate ' looked for arS- ser-l ffkiRl reports .entjo-l I "in the two they took," Mr. e8timate it at about $400, 32 p.' - MWdtrm armistice jelebration i 1 ' 'I J; .VAh 1 :' 1 ' rV ; -1 V . . ! 1 it?.