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TRIBUNE IS GUARANTEED \
Vol. LXXIX No. 20,652
(('opjriRiit. iinn.
Mew AoiU 1'rlbuno Inr.J
First t*> Last ~ thr Truth:
\\!:i)Ni;si)\Y
News -Editorials Advertisements
NOVEMBER r,. 1919
W E A T H E R
Itain to-day, followed by clearing and
colder; lair to-morrow; va
riablc winds
I I !l K.-i.i.rt f.11 l*aST? 1".
mo < k:>t:
THKI f ( f s i
Tammany Beaten
l^a Iriiai
Massac
Jurger and McCook Elected;
urran Also a Winner;
e-elects Go v. Cooiidge by 150,000
Lewis to Confer
On Strike Peace
W ashington Expects Eirst
\Iovc Toward Actual
Settlement To Be Mud?
! ? ?-?!?ix or To-morrow
Labor Senliinrul Is
Declared Lukotarm
Kfl'ect of Walk-On? on
Railroads and industries
.1 Kactor in Situation
i ?? .
n ai h
. r p n '
; '? pa ? ?
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: ?'?'?
i
?
?
i Hi ?eel nil ol Minci- Mel
, .. ...
tin e r n
. ' ? '
. . .
' ' ' l il lu u.?.
.
I '
Otht-i I abor 1 nterests Sufi er
; ? re of othi
I ,i I o come to W:
r; ro .
. ? ? .
? i ?. pi portion
?..?;.'. president of the
Laboi I
? ul . eurtii im
? ? ?
i
. . . ? . of men >
ifrs' i au ii
? ? .
tiol : ..
........ I.. to it,
? . ? ri the ei
. . ii ore t han the oi
ics not work in u
ui I . i occupal on und
m i g h I go o i de
pito .i tji ; ral tie up of industry.
\ i . ? . . tiVI
? ? ? ? .. denied I; < ? a c
?,. tl Depart
to thi effect thai en an
in their rai
' ' , i
.led to day
' ? ? ? that .'? pa rtment. fhej
.i b i even n
? ? of y< sterday
my minera returning
tin Qii badly
I he eul ting
benefit undoubtedly has
tl - i ilt, for many re
? : pleading with the
?., work to ' i ? the
? ' for
Situation < le;ir to Le? is
?
.
partm ? !.. may have i n c
till tinii i or Imn
'? ' ' good ?nices ,
I
' ??? 'trtued on page six
Lewis to Negotiate if
Injunction Is Vacated;
^ih'iit (m Going Back
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. Acting
I'resid ; I John L. Lewis, of the
L'nitcd M ine Worker ; i I' America,
. lit stated that the mini rs will
li ? willing to resume negot ?at ion;
? :. the oni rators iini eel atel.\ '
? restraining order now in force
n ira i i ? them . ?? \ acal i il
Mr. 1 .ewi s' -tal cment follow :
?-If the injunction is vacated '??*
uers will be willing ; mined iati ?
??, meet I ho op< rator - in joint con
ferem e to negotiate ?i v ag ? scale."
d . the miners would return
'.??:'. prior to opening of ncgoti
,? . in , >] r. Lewis said : I v mi ncn '
otic r ni( ant oi "m got ial ions witli
rcsorvat ion -." and w ould add
this dec?a rat ion,
the restraining i rder, as
. nsti ? i bj i inei ' officials, any
? ti neu ????? to coul ' nation of t he
triki ?? oui'; In iolatioi of L >
? : ining u rde: issued Federal
irl here agi ' liei uei
I view of tl Mr Lew ' statement
. ? no n o v e t o -
ling off the s ? riko co ild be
bel. re i ei n? - tat ions.
Ratification of
Treaty in Ten
l)avs Forecast
Senate Disposes ot Lodge
KiiuMnhurn? aiitl Reserva?
tions Are Seheiluletl To
Be Taken I j> T o-<l a.v
I
By Carter Field
,\\ tc Yoil b ' '
Wn*l ) ?
A A U C.TON, '???? . ?:. \i i ; '?
. id ? ?i on tli | eai e
real than i ? o. Ihis
?, | ? coming on ? u ?ice
..,..???.?:? ul yes' :rda; .
? eel ? . . ? 'I (I to-night
ophesy that the 1
: :, ' '.... ' . ' L1 ' ' i
gi ?. and prob;
?own the 'I odge
, ? | ? e SI
treat; i ! voti
lito li. ("hei ? mou coi eut was
: en ti o ti ? ' !.. Follette ameiid
e out the labi
? ? thi ? ' ? ity, o'clock t o
?'???''' ' To-morrow morn
lo .: .i'). ? ' ' '? e
? . ?.''.? eii wnurd requ i r<
efe re i i country bi
?,?,-..??.? ? - Bot h tin
linen are I. ii fea ted
ijorii
; e t d o
w h a t 11 a ? : 11 ' l h e real
' ?. r?servai loi to morrow,
inonkej wrench is
L\v rrecom ab lea" or the
tats.
Hitchcock May See President
M tchcoi I ..:.;??. day Ik d d
? . t when f?b would ee M r.
^ oi I thi [iro ;pei *,. for getting
ikiwi i o ri ? ' 11 i ? : morrow was
'? ? liav to see the Pr?s
iilent aboul tin uatun of ll ? re ?en a
lion: whit. I : aci pled oonei
? ? : he I : ; ??? icipated.
\- ooi : ?? last vole ha been
to-mori on mendments Mr.
11 iteheock ?? 111 ; -.-. for a compi on
? i ' agn emi nl. w I: ich
no di u foi a \ ote, nor allot
? c ti me to any que i ion, but
merelj I ill pcei he: to iiftci n
each,
'i'l would g ? no advantage he
? , eil ? - to tin i ppos ition orto the
? ? eaty, but wil] m< : ? '
ed up tl ' glit.. ?
"' tli i i -. my statei i : that the
? mi| M not i r ),. tat ?tied in
any form, i e on the floor vi sterday,
' ? taken .. criou.sly," Mr. II itch
KesuH Depends on Mr. Wilson
I'his result is dependent upon Pies -
ii eut Wilson's willingness to .permit
reservations to be written into the
' ? ?"'"?' ion of ratification. If he should
decide that the reservations as finally
approved by the majority, say ten day's
ron now, are not acceptable, and
ould so nst ruct hi ? leaders, enough
I li moi rat - would \ ote m ?th the "ir
ti coneilables" to defeat ? at ifieat ion,
and tin' ultimate outcome would then
be very questionable.
But while ti;'- Administration lead
ei s are fie ting to in k! ry 11 o reser?
vations, two of the middle of the-rond
Senators. 1 enro?t and Jones, of Waslv
ington, agreed with Senator Borah to?
day that the committee reservation
on Article X doe; not go far enough,
Mr. Borah contended the committee
n 'ervation merely transferred the :?u
? n i to i end t ivops abroad fi ora' I he
I'm dent to ? one, i ess, bu ; d id no:
.i . i" i thi moral obligat ion t o sen I
I ? ,u p ? whene\or the counci I of ! he
? '. ? I.uuld ; ropose it. M r. Ho ru h
im t??'. i ,, d an amcndnii nt to si rike
out Article X entirely. Later he with?
drew this, having received encourage
ment on hie idea o? ?strengthening the
I reservation.
Long Buried
By Landslide
In Bay State
Governor W ins on "Lau
and Order" Issue:
""W elcome Demonstra?
tion to Nation," Ho Says
League of* .Salions
Beaten ist keiitiiek\
ttrpuhlicau^ Defeat Gov.
Black and Lead Close
Contest in Maryland
0? four governors elected in the
country yesterday three are Re?
publicans, the latest returns show.
Massachusetts re-elected Calvin
Coolidge, Republican, its Governor
yesterday by one of the largi I
majorities ever obtained by a
< ?overnor of that stal ?. Guvorno
< 'oolidg-e's stoadl'asl refus;:! t.. re?
instate any of the striking police
men and the implied promise of
his I lemoi ra? ic opponent. Riel a rd
II. Lot g, to do so made law an 1
order the issue in t hi < led ii
Kentucky, early returns showed,
elected Edwin I'. Morrow, Re?
publican, Governor in plai e of
< ?overnor James i ?. Black, I ?< mo
crat, who had indorsed the league
I't' nat ions a nd made thai an
in the state campaign.
Maryland, where strong criticism of.
i ?emoerat ic policio - had been
made, was ii ?lining toward Harry
Nice, Republican candidate for
Governor, in t he ( arly ret u rm .
New Jersey, it w a.- i tidicated, elected
a Democratic Governor, Edward I.
I.dwards, but elected him 01
prohibition issue. Mr. Edwards
1 ad expressed his opposition ;u
prohibit ion, .while < 'onl roller New?
ton A. K. Bugbec, Republican
nominee, bad been indorsed by : he
Anti-Saloon League.
Long Beaten by
Recant Plurality
Democrat Calls His Defeat
Greatest Landslide in
History <>/ Bay Slate
Hi '-' FOX, N'ov, I. Govoi r.oi i ab
? .. . dge, Republican, the man i\ a i
i'u pel to ' i! i bacl oui i ? bei ot '
i: i :. - po ice fo.ro who w e nt on st i ke,
wa reel et-ed Governor of Ma ach .
suit ? t" daj ?'.' the "law and o i "
; ;sue. He cai ried ;. ket him,
"I ? ? Boston 'I ra\ cler," ii an e I ra
i ti i hed at. G p. m., i nnouno : that
Richard Ii. Long, the Democi al ic n -
in e, i ho '.<? ?i ? pledged to re n si ate po
i ice . ? rtki ' ;, coueedi d >;? 'eat bj Go1
ernor Coolidge by about IDO.OUO
in the elect ?on which gave M r. ( 'oo
' lidge the office he now hold j he won
o\ er his opponent ; hen also \1 r. Loi .
by only r.OOO. The record lead ot
; I 1I.5H2 obtained <?.-. Govei nor Ro?
. Wolcott in 189G? ? ti rpa i d
The Republ ?can v ct ory this year
va i described by Micha, : A. O'Lci ry.
chai rnian of tin- Democ ratic Stat Con
' initi?e, as a "land -inl-." The vol i v i
abnormally heuvj and abnormally Ri
publ?can, even in Bo: ton, a Ueni ? ral i
Governor Coolidfj ii . tat ement
earl y to night, said:
At ll oclock to-night -v-11 ? i two third
of the returns counted, Governor Coo
lidge's plurality was S5.00?. Boston
gave Long (by unofficial count), it
plurality of 4,S[? 2 as again t I9,9uu in
191S. Return'- from 071 election pre?
cinct ou of P71 in " i ' citie: and
\ o\\ a ?j out of "? '?? outside of Bostoi
gave Coolidge !v '?.; D votes, ai I Loi
Governor Coolidge, in a statement
early to-night, said:
"My thanks are due to mill: i of
my fellow citizens of Massachusetts.
1 offer them freely, without undertak?
ing tu specify all who havt supported
the great cause of the supremacy of
? the law. The heart of the peoph I i
pi "'. er. again sound and t rue. I I ey
have justified t hose who trusted them
: c y a,e, e just i tied Ana rica.
" The attempt to appea ! to
prejudice has failed. The men of
Confiiuted on paye three
ca? \ in cool met;
Rc-elei ted Governor ot Massachusetts
k
Dry For?es
Win in Ohio
Refer end um
hi hrnhn!\\. Too. Prohibi?
tion !?> \ ictor; in Nr>v
^ ork and Jersyj VS ets \S in
(ii in and K< nlui k\ ? nt d i ved
ippoi'l ? ? ' oi lional pro
bition, '? , ?? .', ? .... ;, ,:? ?n
Ve . -, m . v ei i '; ? ; hin; ed on
et ' . .!-?..
bi; favoi of thi ivel candidati .
h Ohio ' ? opli ilcd o fou
... tin i ?:,:.-? pro bition
? cari il their points '? ? ma
oriti' ? ? im; led to i \'ceed 100,000. in
K mcl ot Ii demon rated
eii l'er.g?h,
,ler y, howe\ r, i i ' d I l\\ v?
1. Kd ivard.- Go ior, . ?? y in an
I ci pal ii of 1 an lecuioi
o make t'n -t?i'i ?i "wit : f1ie A: -
lanl ic I ?ci an.-' Ni toi \. W. U igbei .
hi Republic?! pponei ? i ' ?:
r?'o dec i '. turned
tin pro U) on i it'stiu : i : : ok
.. Repn itl ti 's (i Ri tthei 11 .? :
was i ted count; judge by a
. gavi mo : than .""? vote
core than i .? of tin i icr ca .
: le ha been ? I >.< spol ? -sen of th
? reef in Congn and^the \.. i Saloon
.eagu ira . i ?i , , , ? . Mr.
i 11. who, durine. Ii - i .. mpa ign. -.. d
election .-. o u 1 d d e ni o i ; t r a
! in peopli of till ' . ' Oil V, ' oppo d
prohil '
force . ;: : .' , : : '
i! liikon ' unty, c lu deli Cin
gholi The
! a." ??.?. in ' - ol Cincinnati and Hani
ilton Count; to be beard from gn vc t : ?
dry.? a net gain of I ,u0i over i he i e
turi ' I '? ' ? .??-.. tin ? earl; tigu res
loca'itic formerly con
.- derc'i I ext renn I ? wel.
fn Ohio ast nig I there v ere indi :a
L ions tha tin proposed miendmenl
?dil for i n of rre;e ri .?
foi tax?tioi had b ei defeated.
v s the lai ??? I stat' to vote
t year I'hi law i eci n i ? ffei
live la : Uay, but the liq : re
nceeeil ed ; I ..' : " .. ?: amendim
11.n s t i t u l i o n a 1 pro
lion pro\ ? In addition to this
Inn it, the lio.uor inte re: ; : ini
' ated another to lega ! : ?e 2.7a pe r ci ni
beer. I . ? lso pi ocu red a re fi ?<
dum on the legislative acl ral fying
tin I 'doral im ? it?onal amendn ni.
and anot bei o? ? ? Crabbe : tie pro
? i nforcemi l n un
29 Soldiers, One Sailor
\ ote al Special Polls
? ? i ? ;. nine -oldiers a?d on
voted erdi be special polls
foi <er\ ice mi ; I ?? 69t h Regiment
Vrmory, Le -, iigt o? Ai enue and '
ty-fiftl s- rei t. Most of the votei had
bei a di charged frein the arm; .
the vote held every mi
from major to pri\ ate. Seo eral had
not reco , ei ed fri n ? ? nd -
The "? ouuded in were driven to
?? . poll fro i the \\ alter Ri ed Hos?
pital. I ' . : K. X. ' 'arne> . 1 Bat i;
I u i Kreiger, 77th I ' iv ? ?
non; Dan J H ai , "Rail bov ' : ?i
.1 Fred : . . oi I ame unit.
Kre gi r and John J. M urphj . anothei
oldii r. had bei n cited for bravery.
M ? r Samuel T. ?Stewart, on recruit?
ing duty here, h i: the ranking officer
to vote.
? - - ?.
Republicans Win Orleans Count)
MEDINA, N. V., Nov. I. Gerald H.
I. I '. Go\ erro' Sm ith to
fill a vacant coum ?u - ip n '; r
leans Count . tvi del al d to la
elect on, 11 ? en rr ed dowi
i e ocrai ic count.v tic ' him,
and aftei Ja uarj : Orlcui < bounty
liout i Den rat ic eouirt ;
official for the first time in twenty
years. The unpopularity of Fluhrcr is
claimed by Democrats to be largely
responsible for the result.
4Wets' Elect
E. G. Edwards
in New Jersey
Bugbee, Kejmbliean (nn
didatc lor Governor,
Slaslied in Cities, Js De?
feated by About 8,000
Democrats (1iht\
Trrnton h\ 59
Only ()li) Precincts, 2 15
Strongly Democratic,
Are Yet To Be Kcnorted
State Senatoi Fdw aid I.. Lidv ards, o
Jersej Cil y, I lemocral. ru in . : g on a
"wet ' plat foi m, vas elected Governoi
of New .lers. y yesterda; l>; esti
mated plural . i . S,l 00 o !'?
publican op.n nt, Statt Comptrollei
Ncv, ton A. K. Bugbi i . of I'n i toi .
Although . : 11 : ' r qui ion
crept into the campaign '. ;i consider?
able extent, the prol .oi
i i rned out to be the deciding actor, a -
deuced b ; ? ? hint B u j
li?e 11 ceived in lai >.'.<? cen e rs o f popula
tion v, h ich ordi nari ly nr Repll
Nat.it ;? cul no ti'fi.irc
i.v: '? I. t he Democrn ta leering cleai of
any e no ? sal o ' ; lie Wilso Adi
; rat ?on, save for :i ne rfu net ory planl
in their ?state platform.
At midnight l,:'.',),", election district::
o ft of ::,iil I in the" state gave Bugbi i
L39.???7 votes and Edwards !".1.'.!77, ?
lead of 8.1250 for Bughi ? . Tin 010
; - owi t. included 'Jal
?Ii '. on County, : ?. Demoi ral ?c
roi : old.
Edward.? Wins Hudson l>\ 30,000
Edwa rd ?' - esti mat ed plurality
Hud on, based on i neon piel returns,
i |) .-.a i cl of 30.000. 1 In re e< : led to
' , no chance that Bugbei could o\ ??
mu ? ' leatl ri tin n i ol - t?te.
lii: !.. ? defeat " ' ndicated when
1 ? :. i it i.i ns boga n to come in from
Trenton, his home city. i i ? lo I
iiv n ?ii ccincl t liei ?? ". t civ ard -, :''?' to
Ed? ard ? ca rried Trenton b.\ 5!)
??>;?? ?-. Ed '.;. rd ' ? majo i t j n dercei
County, tdini i ?bou
? i i)
.-'. Hoy liei th, !.en t, .. "v I,"
w - elected St; ' ???. atoi lei i
i o int;
E.- ?es ( ounl >. i egar?ed n pivot,
a i ', h ich times 1 i irned Hi
pub an majorit ii rg enougl
oil' the Hudson Democrat h vu ?.
v ? ut foi K wai il by about .'?'?. ?'hi
... inled foi b> t'ne r. ; 'wet"
, >'? \," . ? '.. \\ ? : :.. ? : . ? net;
,.?:??.. i ? - Li tu h ? !??."' (
A11 h o u g h B u g i r r i c d t h c ? t
R e ? i h 1 i c a il c o u n I t n '; Soul I
et ion of : ' ? ' . Il - voti
below that usually ?icco ded Llie Ri
?oilo ?ca n : c kel.
At laut ?c i. one: y, con p?ete, g a e Bu
bei . ..: I ' ; Lidward: . : " : : I um bor
land. Bug]. 1 r?.'.; Edwards, - V. D;
' Icean, Bugbei . ".'?..??'? l,\ ,-ards 1,41 S.
l'.Ni art'-. I ,ead s in l nion
At i i p. m. M r. Bue-bi ? . in L'rciiton,
tl :
"The i : . ? ?s close, but ?. '
I ;. 10,000."
Al Edw ard headeuarti ler-e;
' il y fin claim w; ? ? ? i! Irai ward
had been elected bj 30,000.
I ' n on County, where actii
Ru n y o n whom Bugbei del a 11 I at the
pri mary, re d , gave Ed -.'
?n the ca r . count. i . ? it\ one p re
cincts out of 111 in Union i;:r. o 1 !d -
?. . tl 2,1 Bugbei i ? ? fin count}
? ormall; Ri publ can.
The ?ndicated tur ?ver i: Essex,
Merc r and I nion counties at ribu
ted s o 1 e I j to li d w a r tl ' pi 111 o u t; c i I
"v t" tai :
The complc ton ot I t Hou
of Assembly als,, : in doubt, althoug
the Republ ?can? are certain o retain
control of tin >tati S I e Demo?
crats elected then twelve assei
men from Hud >on < ounty and the :
returns ?i licatei < \ might elect an
equal numb r in i ' They mus?
elect tli ?rt; mc ncmbei to wii tl
|ov er ; ? ;? of tli Leg ?ature,
Plol Fails to Materialize
V al)< g? ti plot to ? otc illegal!}
00 i in Jersey Cil failed to
natorialiae. Oi : a ? idfu of
arre; s ' : made, and I he had : o
roi t-ction ivith iny poss.m
, ? rai ;. Vencrday'f election a
quieter, if anything, tha i
ones.
State Senat or Kd ,'ard L. Kdwards. o
Hudson County, tin ?,? ioc rat c nom
, ?nee, made proh bitioi I ?? out and
ing . ?uc of the Ni v .!' rs ?;. gubi : i n
? ? rial ca m pa ,? , althoug l Repuh
indidat , Com ii tro! I i Ni w ton K.
Bugbee, maintai ned - a de
cept ivi move, foi ';.- re: oi I: ?I.
apai t from I i qui tioi it o\ ,'inor
obs : ? ng his oath to uphold ti
.. d nal ?ona I constitutions, thi : o
i of enforcemt ? v rest vil
Federal government and not tl : late
after Jauuar\ 10.
rhe apparent hope of i po
mi racle, ho w ever, seemi I to atf ract ;o
much support to the Den oc rat ? as I he
campaign c losed t! betting odds,
I were at ; rst on t he Is publican
ca? 'i late, receded and 11; disap
peared, the I na I v ger; bei rig ?i ( evens.
, id ft of he wets .. ? ? inphas ? .1
with the closing of Ni
?. ,v ,,:? ; before
onic worry, becai ? r ? ? ? wa re
garded as tiie pivotal count
counted on b; I ?I pub n to off?
set the plurality ? : pi cted
in Hudson.
Mbertj l?tiniK?$5n, ji|i)i>, $500, $1,000?
can be bought and I Inst ? ntly.
rieliii Muir A Co., tl Broadway.?Alt,
The Election
lie null s
In New York City
President Borough of Manhattan
President Board of Aide; m< n
!?'. II. LA GUARDIA, Rep.
EDWARD A. PACKER, Prop.
Supreme Court, 1st District
HENRY II. CURRAN, Rep.
(Manhattan and. Bronx)
JOSEPH E. NEW BURGER, Rep.
PHILIP ?!. M'COOK, Rep.
.- . royale, r\ci>- York County
JAMES A. EOLEY, Dem.
i // ( 'on.) '. 1st Disti ict
(Manhattan und Bron ?
RICHARD H. SMITH, I!??.
LOUIS WENDEL, Dem.
THOMAS .1. REILLEY, Den
Su preme ( 'ourt, 2d District
? King ? and Rich mondj
ARNON I. SQUIERS, Rep.
( 'o tut y Judges, Kh gs
REUBEN L. HASKELL, Rep.
NORMAN S. DIKE, K ; .
Surrogate, Brooklyn
GEORGE A. W1NGATE, Dem.
District .1 tton cy, Brooklyn
HARRY E, LEWIS, Rep.
Sheriff, Bro ' .
JOHN DRESCHER, Rep.
County I !erk. Brooklyn
\\ I LI [AM E. KELLY, Dem.
fu Olher States
(Governors Elected
? Jersey, Edward I. Edwards, Dem.
Kentucky, Edwin P. Morrow. Rep.
? I achu ?ctts, l 'alvin Coolidge, Rep.
Mi =.ippi, Li ? If. i:v iell, Dem.
Wfirylaml Count
("Jose at Miihiight
The Democrats Dare Only
. ?MOO Lead in Baltimore
and Result ts in Don ht
BALTi rORE, NV . Tl in
ction ? Maryland was in
? . ' at midn?p-lit. VYit h les??
uni half o the cit; of Bait ?more heard
com, Uton ey I lei eral Albe.r ' '.
ivitcb ?, the Democi ?? nominei
1 ' ' nor, was leadii ?' iiis Rep?blica)
orient, Harry \Y. Nice. State'
V' ' ' ' ? n ?: limoi . ;'' about 1,000
in Ba more cil y.
I . ed 0) these ? ? -.:? <??. t! Di mo
eral weri claimimj thai M r, Rit? : ?i
would ? irry Baltimore bj about ' 200.
Ora iul roil and sixty precinct - oui
'' rtiSi! : n Ba Itimon city ga1 Ritchi
I ou r ;. ea rs ago ( love rnor Harrington,
i 'en ocrat. ca ; ried the city by about
r,,non, bul tin counti gave a in a jority
against him and h plurality v .. on
about
la Allegheny County t voti of tin
" i? esi re m i ea\ y. ITie r< as?
soit for thi - was t ha the;, did no ?/,
? I ? any time te ote, and, second
re deep); -,...-,. .
bor. U
rhe miners wore : .? ; to
' !?? ?? Republic . is, [??:. o Soci i, ?
and oni Den ocrai for the House oi
Delegates ! nchidi I in th ? n umbei is
\\ illi .'. T) ickett, ? en-, t,ai of : I ?
United Mine Workei ; ca' America of
this a :' rid , who i a eand idat i on the
Republ can : ?cket. Word had been
passed ouietly do\ n the line by promi?
nent Ri publ ican ? ! ha; Ti ickelT was not
do - rabie, and it is hi lie\ ed \ \ <? p i eati r
pa rt ?? '-' t h folio voted for Waitei
M. Puller, I.locrat, in place of
Republican is Elected
Governor of Kentucky
James l> .Itlark. Democrat, /<
Beaten on t.ea^uf iff Valions
Platform by Big Majority
Li .1 LSYILLE. No' . I. Ed P
Morrow, Repu'o . to day vas el
led ' ?"'? rnor of K'1 : iucky, ? >-. er Gov ?
'.?,i Jar es I '. Black, D rao.crat. bj a
[arg ? n ajoritj.
i IctVerson County, c 1 ,ou
le, complete ,:nofticial return givi
Morrow, Republican, for Govei
.: , o i i; ?'?' L',0G:5. The samo county
l wo ? ea ' igo ga\ e ! anle .Democrat,
a n ijority of !."?'-.
['here i ' ? no I bt thai proh
t ?on has won overwhi mil .? is.ery
count} repoi thu- :' ii recei ved ha
given a big majori -, foi
inent and I va carril d ... I:
ounta I riet altiO.
Tbc - ndmci to remove official -
?.'??in permit prisoners to be tar.en oui
eustod} ' ? ibs i doubt.
Tii ere has bei n .' tie i ace tro ibh
in Kentucky,
The ! ?en ocrat ic vot e to da y i s ' ?;.
thai it has In en v-i- twenty yi ars, it
; - -. id at 1 ?emocrat ic headqua rt rs,
?? i u ?:. Repu bl ?can s have gai i
pi ately 11,000 in ui neral ; ? .?
trat on. A. 'I . Hert, Re pub . na
tiom omniitteeman, aid at . o'cioel
: n ro '? ? ail won by 10,000, h t oi .:
I i had onl; ceVen counties oi w! i
. i c?a ?i.
; . biggest : it r< of tin cont i
ivas the indorsemi nt oi I he league ot
i n ions :?.. Go . ei nor Black and
row's ckclaration that the league was
not a t?te issue. Defeat of Goveronr
? Black A ttaken to mean repudiation of
the ?" &ue aud President Wilson.
er Runs
Last, and Luce
Is Beaten Also
Kleetioii o?' La Guardia as President of
Board of Aldermen Over Moran by
Majority of 1.300 Indicated; He Polls
l?i<? Vote in Manhattan and Brooklyn
Curran Running Strong;
Likely to Defeat Boyle
Tamhany sustained a crushing defeat yesterday,
lawin L'ntermyer and Justice Robert !.. Luce, picked by I .. ny
for tiie Supreme Court, were beaten by Justice Joseph E. Newburgcr.
Lurried down by Tammany Hall, and Majoi PI lip J. McCook, tin R
lican candidates. Justice Newburger beating Inf 1)0,001'
votes.
Richard II. Smith, Republican candidate foi i .:.. Court e, who
: Iso was turned down for renomination by Tammany, was re-elected.
Representative 1". H. La Guardia, Republican candidate i*1" Pi
nl" the Board of Aldermen, was elected, according to the re tri al i
o'clock this morning, by a plurality of about 1,500.
The cutting on" of returns en Moran and La Guardia aft<
in o'clock, with 100 election district- to hear from and with La Guardii
in the lead, caused apprehension on the part of Republican leaders, who
; t once suspected the returns wove being held back for the uurpoBC of
tampering with the ballot?.
Major Hi tiry ii. Curran, Republican ca li late for Pr?s dent of fj
Borough of Manhattan, also appears to have bei n ? lect< d ''?; on1 l,->0?.'
plurality .
James A. Foley, former minority leader of fin Senat ? ?
for Surrogate of New York County. w; s leading 1rs Republican oppone ,
James O'Mallcy, by not more than 1,000, with two-thirds of t! district*
heard from.
Untermy
Office a n d Son for
Colonel Roosevelt
fourth Child. Quentin, is
Bom (m Day Father
IVins Assembly Fight
UYSTEIl BAY, Nil. . 1. A itherto
infami a oici \va: added to tin
; :. , ', 01 thi !.???'-?? II fail! ly I ::?- t
? ght v en it bi ca me know . tl it Lieu
tenant Colonel I heodore Roo c ? I
been ek ? '? ii to the A- ;embly by .. :i
?ority of 2,(500. !* belonged to :'
new As -e nblyi . m' fourt h child and
third on, \\ ho entered this world oi
a few hours 1 ? fore his : at he r': vic
? oi ; ' i a ired.
I ie lild '.'. . '. ' be name I Qnonti
after li aviator-uncle, ivho was kil ed
in battle in France. The other chi
Irei of Lieutenant Colonel a tl
V..ivelt ai e Theodon . ( orm lius and
(. : nee. The baby and h ; mot h?r u n
doing ???
Kiia? lia '. a la-, j ? r ? : Man! attan
. ??. - ;rv ice oversea . a private.
,-a ? lieu! ena nt colonel' opponent
?{i o? ",-elt cari i eil e\ cry elect ioi
? r '?? by u largor majoi ity than
I. irncd fi tin Bepi bl ?can ?? . .
inanv vears.
Charles R. Week?, Repub?t ai cand
date fin Dist riet A11 ornej . who wa
oppose'.! ?? . ' ? "b .?? ? '?? ;ii ,.-" e ? -
men! ? ' S'a sau County, rolled up ???'???
?hit his Democratic opponent, Thoi
I ' LitV, beating him i every d
Jriul of French (?enera! for
Surrendering Fort Delayed
I'ARL- ' Brigad ',
io commanded tin Y\ enc :
rt i o Vlaube ug ? at the outs? ! oi
ppi in : to-daj bei ore a
?:a: coun artial to ans wer fi
?urrendei of the foi t re >s to the (Jer
?iepf mber, L91 ;. during theii
cr?ai ? v. eeji iouthw a ???! t ? vard l'a r :
. :: thi first - tage of the ? ,'ar,
Th ? govei nnient applied roi a po I
cnt, cas granted igaii
the objection of thi defendant.
Poulel Reaches Constantinople
In Paris-Melbourne Flight
( OX S rAN'TlXOPLE, Nov. : :
';? re n cl aviator Lieutenant l?tienm
i'oulet arri\ ed at t he a rdrome of -..?
Stefano, ilifear < onstantinople, Friday,
on ? ? 'I gin from Par; ? to Mt bou - e,
? A ist : in. He had flo ?? n : rom Sal?nica
. n ' In lat? ' ?tage of his flight.
I en Negroes (.oii\irtcd of
Murder in Arkansas Riots
111 LI x. V Vrk, ? - . ? Foui more
.: ? < re found /?? It; ot firs* de?
gree murder I ??. f to-d iy bj the PI
ou ? ? Ci rcuit i 'oi rt, sitting in cas es
growing out of race disorders south of
this city si* weeks ago. Six negroes
t were convicted yesterday. The penalty
n electrocution.
\'oi 11
Republicans Sweep Brookhn
: ' i Republi ins scored .;
- ? ' Brooklyn. Vrnoj I
II andidati for Supn : ??
I Gcori-e J. S. Dowli -
his Democr: one bj
? ?'. ith retun ? .? i
n a tvi'i
S. D ?-. s
I
dC. ? ??
'-.'?-. ''
Crook
? ? ;
\* 111 1)11
cratic ca i
?
other Rei
. ? ? I'C ?/.???;? . ;. '
Attoi i y Harrv
elected )
lioai . defeatei fa
..??.? . ? ?eat v
Ballot Bum- Ordered Guarded
[ ' o O '
-1 ? ? ? :
? ? ? ?
?. ? t t bo
ci :? - I for. All ba
ed ui ' ' ? .
.-,,',..; p| .- ? S
? .
loa ? r of
from 1 i '.lei
diean i ? ?
'titled t
atel el .' ca
eci ? ' ? . ? remain wit
?gl t.
? .
cha n ci We'
. . .
( ru-hing Defeat, Says Kuenig
Samuel S. Koi
Renul m County
t< e, ? , a ' . f? it r Tammany ?
a omplete,- said
ttal is lei
V c .....
\ ?
[i . ? ? i ave elected a '.a
... ? ?..'?
close
i and i! ooks nov a- if we ghoul
to wait for the full returns ?? ' ?

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