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w? can tell with certainty about our
County nominees."
Irwin Untermyer had this comme:,'
m niaVe on hi* defeat;
"?," the Democratic pnrtj has beer
iefeftted I am content to be defeated
.:>- ?t."
Hcavj Socialist > ol c
One* of the surprise? was thi heav;
- '??<> polled bj Ja ? ? I '? ea '.
foi Pn dent of tin Board
ii| \ ','? ? ? - i ?? il pol led an cxi c\
?- \ .i the ,': ' :
ist riet ouf of a
total of 2.?6? it * eit; his vote wai
. : ? ' ?? more tl
(hi ?' ' . ist i .,"; dati ' ? ?
Gove rr o i I . I
? ar
r i ? . |n these same <i; trie I f r
v ? lli Guardia v a : La
: " :. ? ? Moran, 159, 0.
N ? " ..-, , when I '
It, said : y grateful
'or thi lent] am i which tin
jiress ha tht vital prin?
ciples involved in this campaign; nlso
or : ' manner in v I ch ";'? Bai As?
cii me to the ; upport of
f the bench. And
: .' for its i ? .
i*l; h g tin
0 tl ' "
?? '1 ,..?',??
? rebuke to flu
in ad ' itfoi
mi ? ? ; | ?? nttcmpl ol I lies ?
" ? .?>-.',
Smith Msti Rcclreted
? , . [ 11 o c r a " i i v o 11 i
ovni ? Repu
. : can't
Cit VV'hili
Richard II nitl , ' ' ? ?
? ?
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tr mates. Henry V i>a I'd V\
am II i , , wi -, un tht
o of I hi
? ' r a m m i : I .. * 'or
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Court ?. ? . ?
ft 18 was ;
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place Den.
Ki publ i t'i !..i : n in \sscm bU
n Geoige A. Glyni
? ed thai
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i \?<nc etVn/ <A?>A> criz- of
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* hoAtoouJlaA?u. ah h'..??.(,? i
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14CortlandtSt.,9-ll Dey St. j
paijrn headquarters of Robert E. Luc;
u\ BO?? i ,:'!'. Avenuo were d?rk, with
none oi the campaign stuff present. A
icrubwoman said the campaign ban?
ner over tin headquarters had been
taken down some time before, and all
the utaff departed after locking up the
office. ?
Edward F. Boyle, Democratic candi
dati for President of the Boro.ugh of
Manha 11 ?i n. v a ? . at h i- cam ; a !ir i
hi adquai to in t he M iinhattan Hotel
last i "'h;. A member of his campaign
itaff said the candidate had gone to
Pan nanj Hall to In a r the ret ?? rns.
i r ?. ( ' -. rin ir-' ; ? ? fa m ? ly wc -
ni ' s headquarters in the Hotel Man
. mil whil ! e; ;?? - f (hi bi '
?- em her of thi < un pa ign ? taff : tin " d
\ were "rathei doubt ful i f I he
Si clall ti ? . n ' a uccei s uj
??r.". .? 1 nckaw u a, Niagara Countv,
b} ? lect ing J. 11. Gibbons Ma;, r I aci -,
.,.?,,' ??? ti i ? ? - G ?bin us made
5 cru paign on the stool - like i sue.
L n bossed (Jo arts
Big Issue of Day
Turning Down of /Veto
burger in y Tammany
Made City Wake Up
liarles F, Murphy's decision in Jul>
? ? -i - no inat ?on to Justice New
?? urge'r s ho h ut' ?? . :
iprcmo. < 'ourl In la
Ic ?f Hie i ; ?',
11 hi - h yi lord '
? oi ' 111 Tamnianj ' ? ? made tl .'
. . thi local political ca ?
? ' ng o1, ! u lice Newbui
gi ;? m as like a bien i tin face to
linp eil i?eii
New York (? 11 '?'.??' remen
ered thai ' ne n No
vouid i n i ctii Pol?tica
: , ?? . dispelled
???.?? '-.- wl urg 'r ? is on hi ? n i
! ei unipaigi wl n lu heur :
tin coi gfi n zal ?on wl ich
. a non
ne had prepared to dis
? ? ' . :...?'< '. .
?' r Murphy, I nt he had been :
.- '"
... Murph; defci oi
? ' onneed
.' . Robert L. Luc?
ia' and Ih i the place
f Just ice ' a . M r M urphy ai
[dckfi ! :i Enter
' ? . ngi
? vacancy on hi i i, tin Hen
er.ing I t thi udgi was
? , ! . ? -.'.',.,: ? - i R
' ?? ' ' led foi ' : ? ; ?
.. . ' , Governor! tod in
. ?? ' unie time
? candidate* ;, : -. ? . vacant
beni , pre sed tin candi
-. f ,T> tice Luc For reasoi
full ?ad? known ????? yet Mr Murph}
i - ' .... ; r 1 la
II i ....'? ??? b i
???:'? pri.el
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o I 11. \
h? op.r.io-i l'animai nnei
h i m a
b at. 510,000 . ?
ce Newl . i
. . ' he a . '? : ? ' ?
'; ?. . .
favi ?'.??'
bench, thus, ti n . ' n o? tin
nm n the great :
! '.'..,,' ??
I a '.. i
'???!.' I. - ? A '
on el i ; .. . ? '? . Count}
. T) Bronx Bar A ? ??? t
?:?..... a ei m
her, ? '.'.'.'. rg rund
How Far is a Mile?
it depends on the mode of travel Fc t, 1 .??-?.
train, niotoi 01 'p ine make t he ?if?erei .
tv ?" twent s minutes : J hall ?? i tinutc
advertiser: m till n toward
: heit mark : and wond :ni ? ; v ':/? \ heir .
petitors have arrived ahead ui them.
I low abi n? ioui m '.?i' oi * ravel. Do y< i
? oik or fly?
COLLIN ARMSTRONG, inc.
( ;< m ral Adver!
Broa lv\. . t 42nd Street, Nt w v:
I e'.ei . : 1 ? levara
#^#
DIRECT ATTENTION TO
USTAixWEI) FROM
0/
Antique Beaded Bags Goitl and Silvei Vanirv
Cases and Mesh Bags -Unique Ideas m lace and
hand painted fans mounted on genuine pearl
frames?-Lavalli?res and necklaces of semi?
precious stones in lapis lazuli, jade, amber and
coral in old and new designs-,
THIS COLLECTION IS CONCEDED TO BE THE MOS'I
COMPLETE SHOWING OF FOREIGN NOVELTIES IN
AMERICA.
f r,i. U ? ?. aonr lo ' r?i ' '
meal? *re now a< the? !'<??: \s -
waoted ?nd delivered ?I ( hn m
? -? lions loi ' ill i- d^ ?s?ori
, II : ?? : - ,-? . to I ol i ( lifts here until
'!':'. iyffi&.ttfi?ffizi-H'*" '**'?
rep ?S%! 'Qzmfr^l %-:h- ,T?L_
The Chances are
She Did
Did you select your auto?
mobile all by yourself? On
second th< night,didn't some?
thing 3 oui v\ ife x'i'? about
the upholstery provea factor
in your choice? One large
manufacturer says women
influence the sale oi nine
out of every tci) automo?
biles. Women have a voice
in determining the choice
of probably 200,001) of the
Cars bought yearly by De?
lineator families. If you
ma nu fa ctu re so m et h i n g
used by American homes,
advertise it to women in
/tilrl.lfc'^iiOA
he Magaz/ne In
One Mi'Won /ionics
u
BE\?r?~~'"'i'??"?"' '? " ???";:':':?. ."'
'-..-. I reuon
t-?on 1 I'ammaii
! : ?ndepcn.'i "?.' a-Par
cii'.i'y I'ominii'ee, '? I ? :
Co'bv, v o : ' : ? ? : . bi ?? i ?
for \\\ K. Hearst, at i
:.:._ ,-...;?' ? . . ! .
?'. -, .
I.)i;i! of I ?' pirita of
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. County ( rl ? ' , ?
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ment foi . !'. "? ?.. : wa
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Reprefccr.taiivi ; . i
iti'tl tile Hi
lent of the Boa o? Alderni
n ' : ?? i the
;. ? ..,: minority i i
lion ' i ? ; . : i
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('n ] [,. n ... ?i ?,
ruf thi ,,??.?
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[j| t\ \\ ?JLsou lut\e names L
ending ?ti "v oik]"1. rJ li?t
? tel] the
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eiiaiue.- yon lo tetl the IM
i qnalitv eolfar iusl al a H
fi: ??lance. Sparkvoou i
M; the :h"'-- i ? ! nul it's ?;i>*
u ing Iik<- >vild?ire!
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COLLAK^s^^?S^<Ml 1 TS
Republicans
Gain 10 Seats .
In Assembly
Midnight Returns Indicate
Political Complexion of,
Lower House Changed
Onl} in New York City
Koosevell and Sweet Win
Mrs. Sammis Fails of Re
c I re t i o n ; Schencctady
Woman Doctor Succeeds
Return : n ccived frojn the State
' ativi election up to midnight
bowed ????< change in thi political eom
,.?? tin A embly out ?dc of
New York City. The Republicana hud
/:, ?ned one di trict in Renssclacr and
losl on ? in Si licnectady In Grestor
S'ew Voi k I In Rep?blica) s gained
about ten feat ;.
Spoakei l'haddru C. S ,voel ? ???? n
el, . ?,.'.. ? ??..,-..,. ( oun! v, m the
face "i u \ ?poro i c? inpn?"? Bgi ?' -'?
h ?m b\ d i? Ma on Diel emu? n, who
I ucki il bj heinoerat '. .Socialist i
mu? I'm Ki - rv oppi . ed
? 11 ivo !??.' ii-psiii itioiifl hecau '
(if hi taiid on tin ir Irgi slat ive pro?
gram I: ' ? ir, ::i ml nin ny fi min inc
,..-.. n ?cul into Un dii.tric!
pea! airaii ' him.
[.ieuti-nani Colonel i ! ? odon I'ioosi
?ell i :?: a hii pol I cul ca) ? i as did
' ? | ? i . fat he i by being eli cted ; ?
thi' A.' -i"i'h!\. He w as a candidate ii
the 1 Ii) st int ??' .'.:?? m ? ounty mid
ed b I - - RnfT, n private in
: : V.'i ?can Kxjicilitionur; Forces
liant C, io n ] Roosi volt carried
Hi H" ; home towi b\ 10:3
;, ? elated over
viel ? ' ? ' eh hi regarded a ?-po
? , .i : can i i" ca use In becalm
' ? r'i i n oi ' aft.loon
b .... foi in; 'am ily." In
. d "At ???'.... '1rs I : " i ii ? . i h i f.
I 3 i fleeti i] from ni;, hoi i
ri.-t ti tin? A.'-f-cmiilv It w ?ll'-bi in
i ; ? oi : -i land i. ., rii -- lj
? ? . .i' i ice a nd ordt i
md to M ': i iohil ?on i t tin vital
... ? . | r t Witl
: : within mi
V'nn Rensselner (iil
? ? . , ? ... . ,., .... ;.i.V: a)li Demo
,-i.it:,? n i he \i Hist rn ' oi
tValcd A. i d.car I'.-r n .
can, ' v on j rom her last
Rf'pub ?? n, of Suftoli
i . . . , inf '..i fc ?' William ??
?.. . ' ?,'?-. ?;..?,, i- s ev'.-i d
i ? irr' \ embly. Sh? his
? ?.??: ! i women elected I
. i ? . ' ? om of I he two
n Ren ? ? ne] County when Huirli
iey. i ! pub'iean nominci
? ; licln
! ? -. ? ? : ii ?? i- - ? ??! i l.i i y ,- :
I'd.ion. wa e eeted
in Wa\ ni Count d honj h ) he
! ? . : en d i : ? ed ... . . ?. oi
le a hni ?rli i i ; ,
; o) . : mis were unsueee f ?
Hen) to defeat. K. 0.
. RepubMean, foi i election
ASSEMBLA
Outside of V. Y. City
\1 13/ MV
, Rep
? ? I- . lier
I \\ -all, Rer
1 I LEG \N-.
\\ ' ? . jr., Rer
RROOME
R ,Tenk?, Ri .?
!?: V\ hit ?nib Ri ,
< ATI ARAUG)
tart it Ames, Rep
f'.U t " < ; A
1 ord Hapcr, Rep.
i ft VCTAUQCA
i , ; \ nin K> p.
? h \ M i.i'ii,V , Re]
i I?EMUNG
Mohn J Riehford, Rep
C'HENANGO
t'T.lN <:? in
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. Kt-i
? ORTLAN
?: intr 1 ' . Rep.
lWARI
o t? '. oni . Ri ,
DUTC1 -
M. Grisv ! Wehl ::?
-! i : .. !. I,:i. :? ? . Rei
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?'. ? i-ge r D, I',.,'- . 1.
Mi ;? W .-: u-i . Kei .
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Ce "."? Ii Ri Ri ;
H. ert A Ziii ? . ?, an, Ri
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lia moud T. 1 ? n, Rej
1 RAN! LIN
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IN AND HAMILTON
El . :..'?. on Rep.
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'ran! G Jacob* Ri p
: RKIMEH
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M KERSON
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ONEIDA
'Il W R ? . Rep
M ".. tlei
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ON" ON DA ?A
'Manuel J Se ' Ri I
? ? : i . un ? ?n i>i>.
s. R : - '. Rep
ONTARIO
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ORANGE
A ? ? . i. ? Rei
: 'Char ' - I Mead Re?
OR? LAN -
I rai '. 1! La i Ri
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RENaSELAER
I H,, g h i ?. M o
. 'A Cowei Kei
ROC KL AND
?Gordon H Feck Rep
HT. LAWRENCE
1 ?-?Krank I,. Sealter. Rep.
?.'???Edward A. Ever?-'). Re?
SARATOGA
?Clnrcnco C. Smith Rep.
S< UENECTAD?
1 Harold E. Blodgelt, Rep.
2 -Elisabeth Van H. Gillette, Dem
SCI10HAR1B
Jarod Van WaKoncn, jr., Dam
SCIIUYL-ER
Clareneo YV. Ihr 'ht, Kep.
. I NEC V
George A. Dol? on, Rei
ST1 ?BEN
1?Ernest E. Cole, Rep
C -Del, van C. lin.o- .. Rei
KUH OIK
1 ?John G. Downs Ri i
2- William G. Carroll, Di ?
S1JI M VAN
Guernsey !' Cm ? Den
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?Daniel P. Witter. Rer
TOMPKINS
'Ca-'iper Fcnner. Ri p
? ULSTER
Simon I! Van Wii m ? Ri
V\ AR REN
Stewart MacFarland, Rep.
WASHINGTON
'Eugen? K. Norton, Rep
WAYNE
Charle? I), BetU, P.pp.
WESTCHESTER
1 Thi'TtiB', CfmnnuiHr Moore, It'",
L' ?Wnltor W Westnll, Rep.
,: *l lv r, r-t .1. V. ?!??,,'. ? T ? -i .
I Milrhrll A I rnhnn jt . it-;.
'?eoigo ?lakt !?.. Rep
WYOMING
?Bert P. Goge. Rep
y AI ES
?Mam?-* Monroe Lown, Rep
M:-ii, Bte? re-elected
Speaker Sweet Defeats
\) ar yurso far Assembly
Is Hf'olrctrd by Flttrolity of
iOJHtO in Ostoego County i
Fought by Women's League
! i [{ACUSE, N Y., N'ov. ;: Thaddt us
i ? ?. peak or of t he As? omblv, was
rei Ifcted h a plurality of ?tbout 10,000
o-.-rr Mies Marion Dickcrmaii, a ret i ( 1
w*r nurse, who ran or, s combined
Democratic-Prohibitlon-Socialist I cket.
Speaker Sweet led the fight again t tl -
ratification of tbo prohibition amend?
ment. !' had open thought tha.
"?woman vote" was solid at'??rl:"', him,
The speaker's plurality in his home
district is normally between ! '?'" and
10,000. Even th<' mill towns of Oswego
and Fulton, which Mir;?. J)iekermnn hud
claimed, und which Sweet backer? had
about conceded to h'-r, returned their
rormer favorite. Oswego gave him ??>
plurality of 300 and Fulton 15,000 The
Country districts, which the Iiiekermnn
ca? pa ig iiei ? had not hoped ' o .- rve,
returned tho usual heavy Re.pu a;
riticn
The campaign against Speaker . wcet
com binat ion of proh ?b Hoi and
industrial forre??, who were in ei ? t
,?? ,' hat th< ? ea?ed the higl I indi :
fashion m which he killed their meas
lires lait year through his overlord
hip of the Republican majority.
The Women's Joint Legislative < our,,
cil, headed by Mrs. .lames !."? s 1 a d
law, <>. thi League >.f Women Voters,
and Miss Mary Dreier, wer? to ' ;
' ounty to take a hand in the cam
pa .jrn of M?es D
Speaker ? rcet,
Whitehouse led the fig) i ?
Legislative Committ
win ter and advi ed it i
'Mipup womi n
"woman's program" of
protect ?? ' mi ?-??- in foi
<l u try, whicl were ?
Sweet in com t
passed tl ?? Se nate u
mas? meet np in l ' ?
rnd of t
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