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OUTLOOK COUNTRY OYEftj
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ffOSK IS1trf OFFJtKSllrpubllcuiu
llrpubllcuiu Kxueitwl tu Have a Small MiJorlly
Jorlly Over 1iHlon Ticket llolli HideCUlm
CUlm Ohio Indian Iowa and WlsL
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L ton lu Hill Probably u llrpubllrarirAWUBHtmu
irAWUBHtmu Pa Xov IThough bothiiWts
I ides are claiming the victory in Pcnnayvonla
vonla coiwurvatlvo olwerver are inclineKtronjcly
Ktronjcly to the belief that the RepubllcaSUJftx
SUJftx ttrket will winThe
The contwt involves virtually the entitState
I State government the office to be ti11etbeing
being those of Corernor LioutenantGoornpr
ornpr AudllorOerirral Secretary of InIeRaI
Urnil Affairs half of the Senate and theentire
entire membership of the Home of Reprtventntivm
ventntivm
rho rival candidate for Governor orerxMayor
exMayor Edwin S Stuart of Phlladelphiithoregular
the rguIar Republican nominee and Lewis
4 Emery Jr of Bradford on independenRepublican
t Republican nominated by the Lincoln partand
and tho Democrntc The remainder of theItisioti
I fusion ticket is DemocraticBackers
Backers of both candidate are lalkiuof
f of 100000 majority The fight lfi adinitteto
t to lOdoI however and the winner protably
ably will hove a much smaller lead thanthut
thut
year ago Hcrry the ru ion candidattor
tor State Treasurer had only 98000 maJority
jority and it was a landslideCalculation
Calculation are upet this yuar bynew anew
n wlaw requiring personal legist ratioof
h of voters lu cttlew About 15 per cenlof
r of the city voters failed to register andhoff
botfi nides ure dunning the benefit Taking
I ing the various claims into consideratioii
t3 ii fair esliniato of iho prospect appear toIe
Ie that Emory will curry the Stateoutsldof
r or Philadelphia and Allegheny couritieby
by from lOooo to 15000 majority Thisr
r will probably bo offset by the Republicsmajority
majority in Allegheny county alone electlug
lug Stuart by just about thn majority herec
receives III Philadelphia This is not likpyto
J to be nioro than iiOOOfjTho
Tho ftuIonifcU have made their figlion
on the alleged graft on thn JISOOOWCapitol
1 Capitol and the charge that Stuarts nomlnation
nation was dictated by Senator PenroStuart eRt
Stuart has promised to Investlcatitho
the graft charges and punUh Iho guiltyif
if any and hi and his colleagues IMVImade
made the most or President Roosevcltipublic
k public tier larit ion that the work of tinRepublican
h Republican Lr glhlatun last winter markan
t4 an epoch In the history of reform legHatlon
F tlon
f AltorneyCieneral Moody and SecretnrBhaw
i Bhaw have addressed Republican meetingand
and Senator Knot has urged the electionof
of tho rntiro Republican I kketksl
Asia remit of the fUMou iiiovenmntDemocrats
Democrats may gain six ConKres mpnThey
bi lhey now have imly one in n total of thirtytwo
2 twoIn
i In tha Tenth T D Nichols one of thuilistrict
district president or tim lnited MiniWorkers
Workers i expected to defeat Congre lmllD
P Dole becnuse of the labor voteIn
It In the Klfiveiitl John 1 Leiuih i uilprobably
l probably win ItecaiiM tho Republican loixtiirc
t iirc divided Cotigressinun llonry W Pulmer
li mer tho present Republican member topenly
wJ openly opposing Dr 1 B Coblelgh whrprevented
prevented his lenominulion Cobloigh hatho
I tho Lincoln Party nomination and the indorsetnani <
dorsetnani of tlie Republican county cominittW
inittWIn
Ji In the Fifteenth W R WlUon nationalsecretary
t secretary of the United Mine Workers isthe
the Democratic inndidnte Ha hM tlitindorsement
indorsement of John Mitchell ngainNtton1treQtIflan
Congressman Ella DeemerK
1 K In the Sixteenth tho district is nominallyDemocrat
Democrat and Urn present RepubliuarCongr
Congr s ian Dr W R Carniet In likely tot
t defeated by John OMcHenry Democratlu
lu tilt Twentieth ConRrwm Daniel KlAfean
lAfean Republioan is makini a luirdrtght
fight aeainst heavy odds but the chancesiuo
iuo in favor of hw Democratic opponentHornca
J Hornca Keecey <
I In the Twentysixth T D Broadh mlDcmocrnt
L Democrat expects to have a small majority
ity over Congressman Schnoel > oliThe
The doubtful districts witi the chauoenfavoring
favoring thn Republicans areEighth
Eighth COIl rl HIIln Irving V WagnerRepublican
c Republican alter F IA dom Detuocratat
lwolrth CIUllll n Brumm ltlpuhlMuWatson
Watson F Shepherd Dotnocrat Mnetflflntl
tflflntl CongivMiiuaii John M HeynoldHRepublicun
t Republicun Joseph II Tbvopp Indepeutlont
tlont A strong fight U being waged againstCongi
Congi fi > nian John Dalzell in the Thirtieth
r tieth district labor organlatioiw havingCombined
s Combined on S 1 Bbclt Democrat butDalzell
Daizell Is not thought to ho in great driiigerMartin
1iL Martin K Oliiwtod Hnpubllcun will haveu
f u safe nvijority over John Llmtner Fuwlouint
int to the Eisnteenth rliJtr the
Fhe UepubUOIn will Ctrtl1inly conlrolthe
the Statp Mono te an t7rntjrfour of thetwentyftvo
twentyfive holdover Senator are Rep bllcaiw
llcaiw and the Democrat cannot hope tocarry
r carry nioro tlmn twelve of tho twentyflvidintnets
dintnets in which Senntors n re to be electedTr
The Houseof Hepresentatives probablywil
t wil bo close The pemoorftt have only1G
t S 10 embM now in u total of 207but
but fbft dIstricts they carried last year foiHtaUf
J HtaUf TreaiiUjer are lent d by 112addltlollnl
additional membel They re not UkPlyto
to do well this yearOIUUADMITTKDLY
kc OIUUADMITTKDLY IV ltd HINeCtbfrfjId
NeCtbfrfjId V He Slronc lIallllllIIIII1Ieul
s Has hem InpreceilrnteiloiUAinrs
oiUAinrs Ohio Kov IOn the eve ofc1e4cp
election both1 Republicans mid Democratare lnre
are claiming victory 11It Itepublipauswho
who with one nxecptioii have carried tinHlato
Hlato for A generation ale not enllnuiaMitabout
s about hflr chanceSeimtor
Seimtor Cbarlei Dick State chairmanwiv8
wiv8 that all the candidates on tho Statitiokc
w tiokc will bu elected by witislactory innjontw
tr IWtI but gives no figures lie miyn theliepiibli
I ItftlluhlloolllJ will win In nil tim nOlmnllyRepubltnn
F A liepiibli an Congress districts but does notmention
mention tlioin by numberIt
It Mippoxcd that he expects the Repubthey
J t lican wLtt hoe 1IOIII41bly thr41 of the twentythey
they now control of Iho twentyone In theW
W t KtntfflDemocratic
l r Democratic Clmirmnn 3arl > er claims onlytho
the election of K A HoHkliiH for Secretaryof
of State H heads the ticket and Gartertloetint
tloetint think any of hU fellow candidateswill
will bo elected Gurbor doccnt mentionthe
the Congressional KMlbilitici In his forncaat
1 caat
p caatCfmwrvatlvo politicians admit tbby areuncertain
4 uncertain regarding the outcome Tuesdayf
i rhere has bwi unprecedented apathy andthere
q there aro In many plnce over theofate ditiputcrt
putcrt over local conditions the pT ct ofwhich
1 which upon tho State and Congress tlckelllIlf
t Ilf ftjnnttor of widely varying conjectureIn
jj In n gonerol way it muy l > e eald thatbccauim
ri bccauim of tho visit of national leudorFairbanks
a Fairbanks Hhaw and Taft for tho Republican
can and W J IJryau for the DomocratKnational
i national Issues have boon kept to thai forefront
front and tho Stuto ticket has had to ulvoway
way in tim public inlnd to the CongwCandida
cQndldtl1fl9O
IIIfil0SI 0100 HKIl IHK 4 VConcrmiiniaii
Con rtlIIall Uubcook tIme Out Itrimlillinu4nnilldatr
4nnilldatr In DangerMADfHON
MADfHON Vls Nov 4WixmiiiMln willdoubtl
k doubtl vw RO Itepublicun by a pluralityof
of from 50000 to 75000 It if reasonablyc
certain also that the publlcaiH will < > llcth
ten of the eleven CongrflMMiimi and haveuee
uee working majority in the 1ICIhtturTb
ttII 1lI1ocrato leatlers hownvcr nluiintlnCtliiir
1 that their State ticket will bo fliute t y aplurality
plurality or from IOOM to ILwiO and thatthey
je they will CH four of the twelve rongrei < Hin
i ntn t Tim iioimiil 1liind > ljiiii pluriility
In VYiAeoimlh about WJ > WI
I Tti Kralure jril1aU ficlfftn in the HeldRnpuWicnn
RnpuWicnn DMnocrnt Prohibition nndSocialVUomocrdt
4 SocialVUomocrdt Ths candWnt of thef
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four pjities wore nominated at a primarflection
election held early in SeptemberPreceding
Preceding the primaries there wan asidrited
i spirited contest between Our James 0Davldon
Davidson and Irvine L Leuroot for theRepublican
Republican nomination for OovernoiIrnlte
Irnlte States Senator La Folletto took thuttun1p
ittunip in favor of the nomination of I < CDi
I root but Oov Davidson won out by n voteOr
or two to one Sinco the primaries lOthE
Senator La Kollotto and Senator Hpobnehave
1 have boon actively supporting Oov DavidI
I son Gov Davidson said U niijhtI
I I have made u thorough canvaws of theState
1 State speaking in all but three oountict
und I ciii confident that it only threefourthof I
of the normal vote N polled the RepublicoiStuto
State ticket will have a plurality of 7300und
und at least tea of the eleven Congre flonadirtrictn
districts will go RepublicanAttorney
Attorney John A Aylward DemooratUcandidate
candidate for Governor saidFrom
From ray observation In the Ix weekiT
T have been on the stump I believe thiDemoorut
Demoorut will carry the State by a smalplurality
I plurality probably about 10000 Wo ehallelect
1 elect one und hope for four of tire eleveilOH
I CongressmenPosibly
Olibly Congressman J W Babcockfortncr
1 former chairman of the national RepublicaiCongrexw
Congrexw campaign committee may bedefeated I
i defeated by hIm Democratic rival Tiniinmenxe Ii
i iinmenxe influence and powor of the Lcrollrtu IoltI
rollrtu orRnniiition have been throwtagainst
against Pabcock because of his old opposllion Ilion
lion to the junior Senator The nationalCoiiRrwionul iloIlIUII
Congressional committee is exerting everyeffort
effort to save UabcockThe
The last Legislature consisted of 118itepublicans
KepubllcatM I Democratn and C SocialI
I Democrats Tim politico complexion ofI
the coming Legislature will probably notbu
bu much different The eighteen StattSenator
I Senator elected this year will take partin
in the election of a successor to UnitedStates
States Uenutor Spooner two years fromnow
j now Moot of t he eighteen Itepubhicancandidates
didates for State Senator are friendly KSpooner
I SpoonerMASMfHISKTTS
I MASMfHISKTTS IV ItOlltTIuutrriaihr
Iuutrriaihr iluervern Ivxpeel llriulillcHtito
to Mlii by a Small Pluralityllosrox
llosrox Nov I The eve of the olcctionin
I
in Mai < uchusftt lInll the out come in doubtbut
I but aiuoiig coiiservative observers on1finds
finds the majority of the opinion that theRepublican
t Republican will reeled Oov tiuild hv arodticed
rotlucwd pluralityI
I U i iliirlcult to make an f iimulu of 111fti
i oiitcoitit of tin light for the LieutenantGovernorship
Governorship lor the reawiu that no ouccan
can tell what efltct the outcry against Draierhox
I has hud among the WHHP earners but it isgenerally
generally bilieve that hu will pull througliby
I by a narrow marginIn
I In thelongmsH districts the Republicannre
ore sure of electing nine of their candidntenand
and the Democrat N are confident retaining
their hold on three neatcThere
There js oine doubt about tin reflectionof ii
i of A P Gardner Senator LotlgoV noninlaw
law in rhe Sixth dUtrit The Democratsnained InlUnett
named Slule Sertatoi juurge A Scliofloldof Io
of Ipswich and he has such a strong following I
Wit that no one would be Hurprised to seehim
him win The Democrats also believe thatthey
they have a chance to win back the Thirddistrict I
i district because of the recent death ofCongressman
Congressman Hoar The Republican district j
trict committee named the Hon Charles 0Woshbuni
Woshbuni ti take hite place on the ballotWashbum
Washbum was defeated by John H Thayerand
and on this account the friends of William 1Jclaughlln
Mclaughlin belinve he hns a fightingchunce
chunceThere IThere
There hnil alsoIKOII a spirited light in theEleventh
Eleventh district and loin of money hasbeen Ii
i been spent by both shies but it is notthought
thought that the Republican candidate canwin Ii
i win out In a district nominally Democrat icChairman
Chairman Talbot of the Republican Statecommittee
I committee says that ii every voter goe totho
tho poll und votes up be bus pronibustuhld
Guild will be elected by between tlOuo andsoono
soonoChairniiiii
Chairniiiii IVrney or the Democrat hState >
I State committee says I hI whole Democraticticket
I ticket will be MiocwsfulOn
On all Hide it if agreed that a heavy votewill
will ha castAs
I As the Republican managero llgure itthe
I the lUtpubliuan defection from iovcrnor
I Guild will be much more than offset by thoDemocratic
Democratic defection from Morau Thoclaim I
claim IH made that thoviinnU of conservative
tlve Democrats will down the DihtrietAttorney
Attorney I
The vote of Boston is n mot uncertainquantity
I quantity this year President McCIellanof
of the Dcmowatio city oommittee cluliinBoston 11
I Boston by at least IOCOO for Moron Repiilican > >
lican estimates and thoa of coniervixtlvnDemorrutt
I Democrats placeMorans plurality in Ikvtonat
at 12010 and under Some HepublicanHbelieve I
I believe that Oov Build will carry 1 tOIl I
There are many disquieting reports ofgreat
I great sentiment for Moran in the mill townsnirtwi
I nirtwi ISLD ISlat v notJITSiatr
Slat I TIcket Likely to li Split Until SideClnlni
I Clnlni loBlHlnturrInoviuKXoK
InoviuKXoK Nov 4 Though both Ro
I pubticanM and Democratw incite confidentprediction
prediction that their tirltrtu will lm electedon
I on Tuesday there is every Indication thattho
tho State ticket will 1M split and thut heDemocrat
Democrat will elect Jamc II Higginsovernor
Oovernor and Charles Sitwon LltnitenantGovernor
Governor while the Rspublican will getthe
the rent of the general officers IncludingCharlenP
Charles Bennct Secretary of Slate andWalter
Walter A Read General Troa un rThere
There evidence that higgins has gainedstrength
strength oteadily from t no stalL of theoampfUgn
campaign CKi > ciiilIy the lat week ManyKopitblicariM
I KopitblicariM admit that he lit the ctrongehtcandidate
I candidateConcerning
Concerning the AK eiubly ticket there IHa
a division of opinion Tho Republicans aroconfident
confident of having a majority siifllcientlylargo
largo toelect A United States Senator without
out trouble The Democrat are hopefulthat
that they may when the returns are countedbo
bo in a position to announce that Col HHIOoddard
Ooddard will bo the next United StateSenator
Senator micceedlng Wetmore The prdlctionH
dlctionH ale that the Republicans will control
trol the Assembly yet tho uncertain element
ment figure thin year to a greater extentthan
than over before In thin State and jiwthow
I how tnuch weight the crhlntent campaienugalnnt
ugalnnt Uraytonlem has had with lLoelectorate
electorate cannot bo cxtimatcdThe
The DomooratH look for gains all alongtimi
tlw line Chairman Frank K Fitzxlmmonut
ut the Democratic State control commltteufcThoro
5r conOtln1lllK the outlookThere
There 1M one thing wo look forward toith
with n great deal of confidence and thatthe
i the election of the head of the ticket Tony
ny mind thin N an lure ut anything can bohat
I hat haw not actually transpiredCol
Col Trunk TillinghaKt chairman of thotepubllcau
tepubllcau State committee matte theI
I fnlllwing jtlucml prophecyI
I I liiivn no doubt of the election of t WII
tepubliam Congiewjinwn I have no doubtif
I I Of the election of n majority or K pubtciinsn
In tlw ieiieml Awwmbly In wioh IIOIIHUhu
I 111114 amurlng the election of a Republicano I
I t41 ttiu United staten SenateI
I liavo overyiiHMiirance from tw Itenub Ii
irmi norkerx in the various warrln of theitien I
cit wP4 and tin towns of iho State that weiluill
iluill elect the entire Republluan Staleidirt
tIC list
KOov Liiipill will be elected Mayorof
of time city of Providence and tho nomineesin Inn
in th Itepiiblicuti ticket for the GeneralIncurably I
Incurably from the city of Proyldenca willIs Ir
Is reeleetcwi I
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JtftrDKXS FJGRj INIIJItSfYTlIOtllht
Ttioutht Likely He Will IVInOutlooktha Inthu
the CountiesTnEJJTON
TnE ToN N J Nov fApart from oneor
or two content over the election of IlepiKentativeM
KentativeM which give promise of beingclose
clone and n few local fights the interest ofNew
New Jersey in tomorrows election centrPfllIn
in the election of the Legislature which willdetermnhmue
determine whether tho Republican orDemocrats
Democrat will have the choosing of theitext
next United State SenatorThe
The active though unsuccessful fightmade
made by the New Idea movement 10
capture the primaries and nominate Repubilean
publican candidate who would oppoithe
the roclection of United States Senator JohnF
F Dryden together with the passage oftIme
the Bishops law the Avis tax act compcllln
nil property to be assessed at Its true valuand
and tIm outcry against trtibts has rainedvariety Bvarlely
variety of issues calculated to compllcaltho
the electionIn
In the lust Legislature the Republicanhad
had a majority of 07 on joint ballot ofwhich
which 13 was in the Senate of II membeiund
und 51 in the House of 00 members Although
though both sides concede the materlureduction
reduction of 8 majority it is only by relyinupon
upon the improbable happening in manyinstances
instances that the Democrats can flgurupon
upon a victory The crucial test will be inEssex
Eflscx county the homo of the rrforumovement
movement and even if that county whicreturn
went Republican by OOOO last year Ahoulelreturn
return a solid Democratic dele atlol1 Itwould
would by no means assure a majority orthat
that party on joint ballotMany
Many of the JJew Idea followers in Ewedid
did not accept the result of the primariwithout
without protest and will vote for the independent
dependent or Democratic candidates whilothers
others have declared their intention of supporting
porting the Republican ticket The nctioof
of the regular nominee in repudiating theBishops
Bishops law for which the party as a wholBland
Bland sponsor haN caused a further defertton
ion in the party ranks Tho Democratare
are hopeful rather than expectantIt
It is practically conceded on oil sidethat
that Hudson county with its twelve AK emblymen
blymen will return to tho Democratic folcIn
In Pasac which has five Assemblyumand
and a Senator to elect a close fight Is lookrfor
for with the chances slightly favoring theDemnocmats
Democrats in thn Senatorial contest andabout
about a stand off as regards tho Assomblymen
blymenIn
In Bergen tIme Democrats are laying planmembers
to capture the Assumhl delegation or twoItlbel
members but probabilities seem t beagainst
against thIs Senator Jackson L havinfthe
the light of his life for reelection iu Middlesex
sex Indications point to hU electionwith
with the Republican A eiublv nomineeon
ItpllLlrn
on his ticket Monmouth will probablgo
go Republican although the Democrats anmaking
making an aggressive campaign thcifThe
The three rural counties Sussex Hunterdon
don and Warren will as usual ho found In
th Democratlo column with an eiiuaprobability
probability that Morris Unlouond Soinernewill
will elect Republicans 11 has been their cuetoot
torn recentlyI
I room Meiver county southward theirare
i are only oiu or two RjKti which threateiu
u break in the solidly Republican aspectol
I of that section of the State One of tlitweis
is Cape May where fornier Senator Kobeiiliana
liana haH lost haivlly on account of thicharge
charge that hI Pinployexl unfair mean1in
I in securing tho nomination from hU oill
II CurlnI 10n Iaton
i l > onent Senator lewis M Cresse 011I
Ocean there are also dimensions and animmipenmtent
independent ticket in tlio Held The countyhowever
flllpndenl
however ii to toll Republican thaithe
the election is almost a foregone conclusionAtlantic
Atlantic Burlington olden Cumberland
Atanl Mercer and Salem nilsafely
land dloucwter 111 SIII are ni
safely ICepublicaiiTo
To capture the LeRinlatilre un joint txillolthe
the Democrati would If cftirilv prepnippose
pose the election of their ticket In llud orand
and EKWJX and Paaie Then with thiDeniocnitlo
Deniocnitlo rounties of Sussex Hunterdonind
und Wnrren added and the election of fouif
or the six Senator fro l > e chosen they wouldtlll
still lack four votes of I Ii required majorityriiU
ThIs would practically mean that they mustarry
carry two of the three counties of Monnouth
nouth IJergen smith MiddlesexIt
It is not likely that the Republican willetaln
retain their present majority In the Congressional
rewiorml delegutioii which stand nbl11HO
Tin
HOI
rSlV b KtlHO ItKlHHlt ISS
I4HD IllHdit llril < trrril fur lcnliukSmntnrlil
Smntnrlil Prlinnry rlretlnnLKXINCTOX
LKXINCTOX Ky Nov L Whether Jnnu
I McCreary or GII C W Iteclihnniius
wills the Senatorial nomination at Tileslays
lays primary ho may owe his hiiccesso
to the negro vote of Kentucky There murebetween
between 15000 and 20CO negroes in theState
State registered I Democrats and theyvill
wi vote or their acm will be voted in theirimnrj
irimnrj
In Lexington alon IMl negrors haveiiglMtenxl
iiglMtenxl as DemotTats as ugaimisi tlilit
at previous primary election RegistrarIon
lion U required In all towns and it is charged
I > y tho McCreary manngorM that the nyrhino
rhino or Hecknam people have boughtilie
ilie eelstratloii certificates of thepe ni < < rroeNmd
md will vote themThe
The McCrenry people threaton to takethe
the matter to the courts or to checkmate
the attmtps to cast the vote by forco atihe
ihe nltnlpI the latter plan is reported tohere
here W likely to be troubleClminjmn
Clminjmn Kaufman said tonight thuttluve
these negroes had unqurstlonabln right torate
rate as Democrats but the McCreary menclaim
claim many of the names registered areIctltious
IctltiousUKlttST
UKlttST VlILSIV UImU
Ills Iniliiiriiilrnre lcn ue Imnllilnle IutlliiK
lliiK > n llwircSAN
SAN KitASXlnfo Nov i According lohe
the ICs wtimateK of the Republicanslame
lame X Gillett will carry California nextfuesday
Tuesday by WOOil while the Democratsfigure
figure that Bells plurality will be 0000Langdon
Langdon who has hell run by HearstsIndfp
Indfp ndenru League cuts little ligurein
in the content and it is agreed by bothreaiilur
reaiilur parties that his vote will bo smallThe
The Democrats are claiming majoritiesin
in many Republican counties because theyay
ay Oillett is merely the creature of theSouthern
Southern Pacific Railroad and that popularppoition
opposition to longer railroad dominationuis
uis caused an upheaval that will sendhoiKinds
hoiKinds of vottv tp IWITho
Tho nepubllcnnn on the other handleclare
declare that Gillett i I veiy popular manlepjitiho
lepjitiho of hU good record In Congress andlis
lis straight cut talks during the campaignCliairmnn
Cliairmnn Gem u Stone of the RepublinanState
State central lnulUe concedes that DUwi
will have pluralities in twenty countiesHit
tint these are aU smallOd
Od < is in the poolrooms are an followslth
plrom
with little Bell money in sight Gillett I to 3avorite
mone
avorite Bell sto 2 and Langdon S to t fori
0 placeParkTilford
Park TilfordFOUNDED
FOUNDED 1640The
The firm name of Park 6cTilfortl
Tilfortl stands for absolutefood
food excellence Purityand
and the best at lowestprices
prices Groceries andTable
Table delicaciesWrite
Write for PricelistBroadway
Broadway am Twentyflr Stet
Broadway and Fortyfirst StreetFifth
Fifth Avenue ant Fiftyninth StreetSixth
Sixth Avenue near Ninth StreetColumbus
Columbus Ave Sean
Distillery BottlingBeans
Beans absolutely pure unblended whiskeyUncle
Uncle S docs not permit blending orrectifying
of kind within 600 feet ofa
rectifying any kd wth 60 fet 0Dstler
a dktiHeryDistillery
Distillery gfl BottlingiWount
i iWount TrniottU
lptI
I bottled within 200 feet o the MountVernon
Vernon and either bent
distillery
Veon dilte cannot eter byaccident
accident or design be other thanAbsolutely
Absolutely PureCOOK
COOK BERNHEIMER COI
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itt 171114 II ISSlK FOK A70IMVKMIndications jImlrU
t Indications Point lo HrpiiMHmi StutiTicketK
TicketK SueeeI
I LINCOUV Neb Nov 4 Nebraska willvoto I
I voto on Tuesday for u Governor end allState
I Stole ofJlccrs three provisional RailroadI I
I CommisFionerd tlc nix Congressmen TheI
I indications are that thu Republican willI
I elect their State ticket with tlio Wii
j exception of one office Two of tIme prntRepuhlc1
I Republican Congressmen Norris in tlieFifth iFih
Fifth and Ivinkaid in the Sixth are assuredof Ior
of electionin
in the Viral dintriot the icitptatuv byCongressman
Congressman Pollard of JlCOOxahry covering j
big the period between the end of his predecessors
cessors torm end his own election Ue beingelected Irltcte
elected to fill a vacancy Ins routed I revoltthat
that may defeat him but the host poeUilpoliticians I
I politicians say he will be elected by a reduced
dUd majorityIn IIn
In the Second district Congres > nian Kennedy Iltd
ltd Republican w in serious danger ofIteing IIlllg
Iteing defeated by former lon ren1
Gilbert 1 Hitchcock editor of th OniuhaWorldlltraM
I WorldlltraM owing 10 local politicalconditions
conditions The dunces favor Hitchcocki
I In the Third district CongresnmauMcCarthy
McCarthy was defeated for renomlnationand
and the Republican nominee Judge 1 fBoyd
Boyd is having 1 hard tank to bit electedTl IThe
The chances tuvor him howl I overJudges II
Judges Guv T Grave his fusion opponentIn
I 1 the Fourth district Congressman Hinshaw
I shaw will prolxibly he reclertod by a reduced I
duced majority His fusion opponentbulge i
bulge J J Thomas has been making avigorous Iilorol
vigorous canijuitgn one of his i hrtrRebeing
being tliat Ihnannw sent his automobilehome
home from Washington on an expressfrank
frank furnished by spnnmr Plat of NewVoik
VoikThe
rlIThe
The thliil of I ttnmt liljultllnwnllltnt
ment creating an Hectivd railway commission
sion has precipitated a very vigorous campaign
I paign with Republicans nnd DemoernisvyitiR
I vyitiR with one another in their determination
tfol to soak tlie railroad The latter aregenerally i
generally identified however with tlioDcmocnitic
1 Dcmocnitic cauipuixi ali the incongruityof
of i Iliyon niuiniiuniiiK the State 01
special trains on beliulf of the State ticketha
lies been tho subject of much caustic critioisni
I oisniThe
ijisnihe Bryan men 101 in Iht stateconvention
lion in the warfare over nominations largelylncause
lncause of their leaders ab enco from thoStato IState
State but they are loyally supporting tlieticket
ticket giving as their reason that theywant
want Nebraska to go Democratic so thatIt
It may assist him in hil ambition to controlthe
the party nationallyThe
I The State Legislature promises to heclose
close I the Republican carry it NorrisBrown
I Brown present AttorneyGeneral wlelc
ofed J H Mlllnrd as United State SenatorIf
1 If tho Democrats win W 1 Thompson aj
j lieutenant of Bryan will bo electedNational
National Issues have been largely obscured
I scored in the content over methods of contiol
hal of corporations The Republicans urcpledgid
I pledged to Itt the railroads out of pot
and the Democrats have only a slightly lessdrnstio
I I drnstio plotfoiTnivi
I IlILV I iomio itriinijtTOII
TOII > TiiRKartK fambJnj UOIIPM I StrongNDIANIOLIH
I 15110 III fllllalllII
I NDIANIOLIH Nov 4State ofllciulMexcept
except Governor thirteen Representativein
in Congress two Judges of the SupremeCourt
Court five Judges of tho Appellate Courtand
and members of tho General Assemblywill
will bochosen n t ths lection in this Statoon
on TuoodayTho
The camimign was aggressively pushedby
L the Republicans who early injected thomoral
moral issue while the Democrats thoughby
by no means deserting the huntings haveadmittedly
admittedly made a tttlll hunt for votedConservative
Conservative e ltmatel concede the Stntoto
to the Republicans by from 30000 to 40040which
which will bo a reduction In the Rooseveltmajority
majority of two yearn ago of about 50000Tho
Tho Democrats expect to carry theSecond
Second and Twelfth Congress districtwhich
which they lout two years ago but both ofwliich
which arc strongly Democratic in norniwlyearn I
yearn The Third and Fourth dl trlotxaro
are conceded to them Thin would tnakua
a gain of two Congressmen but the Republicans
licans do not concede the Ions of time S < < connand
and Twelfth districtn but regard thel UHdoubtful
doubtfulThojatronjiPHt
ThojatronjiPHt card plnyiMl by tho rojMibllcand
llcand in the legiiilative cainpuigu wax thoattack
attack upon tho gambllnK nsortnat FrenchLick
Lick owned by National Chairman Taggart
gart and at west Baden owned by loHinctair
Hinctair Uy these raids the arty IIIIH
I Holldified thus moral iuilviH ndent oftho
ol lfld allrnl IIfetnmht vote orthe
the State und will Hiirrly lmv n majority
I in this Sena If no In the lower houiti nfthe
the LcgislaturoCLOSK
CLOSK IWTKSTfi l IIVYfWMiuviTii
iuviTii < ir hl and Srinnil l nhlgrcss lllirlct <
t Ill In Nome llvuliSr
HI PAt Ihl NII Thnn > an < onlytwo
I two contfHts in Mliinrxotu of gcnenil mIfitst
Ifitst that for fiovornor a llhlt for CUllrrJII
Krri iiuiN for the Second dlittriutJov
Jov JohiMon th IVmwnitlo nomiiiepfor
for reelectIon and A L 7ole the ICopublican
cal nomiiiKo have been making a tranuouncimpnlirn
campaign The normal R > publfcnn ma
jority in Minnesota is 80000 Two yearsago
ago President Rooeovolt received 170000majority
majority yet Johnson was elected by nearly
8000 the remainder of tho RepublicanStale
Stale ticket winning by majorities near
400011 There Is much dissatisfaction amongthe
the Kepublicans and the vole on Governorwill
will l > o close No odds arcs offered oneither
either candidateOf
Of tho nine Coiigreosinen to > electedonly I
only omit Is In doubt J 1 McCleary forhis Ihil
his opposition to revision of the tariff islihmly I
Illwly lo IMJ defeated by Republican votesgiven IliI1
given to bin opponent The right in thU district
trict has tell very bitter VIcePrwIdent
dent Fairbanks Secretary Shaw and others Iof
of national repute have stumped forAtcClwtry
AtcClwtry so vnticnl ij the hituation conidertMl Iwil I
idertMl The entire Republican State ticketwill
will is elected with the ponslble exceptionof Ir
of GovernorIIHlttST
IIHlttST TllKS TO MIHKItS
llnmls anti Voice Until latuc Throry ofa
a Swrel Society VoteVVilliiiniK
VVilliiiniK Heiint kept indoors most of yestertlay
tenlay resting from his htrenuous campaigning
ing of Saturiby night when he made nineteen
teen Hpecclies and tihcok hands with severaltliiUfand
tliiUfand peopU Ho did no handshakingwith iith
with hits callers jieMonlay btcause lxthhands
hands were lmii pd wrenched anl out ofbuiifnoKX I
buiifnoKXAt
At 5 oclock in the iifteruoon Mr Hearstmadf
madf a slWecim to perhaps 1500 watchersnnd
nnd flection dhi lllt captains at Snengerbund IhU11
bund Halt in Smith street Brooklyn Hetold Ilolel
told the watrhcrw to work hard and keeptheir II
their 1 yes peeled for repeatersAt
At the Garden Theatro in Manhattan lastnight
night MrHearst talked to x rhni lsouwatcherw
watcher and election district captains A I
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crowd followed him to his home at Lexington Iton
ton avenue and Twentyeighth street andmade Imade
made considerable no lie Ir
Mr Hearsta campaign practically endedwith Iwith
with his swing around Manhattan on Saturday
day night Tonight he may appear a afew Irew
few meetings on the East Side but It willbe
b merely to chow himself and do H littlehiradfttuiking I
hiradfttuiking as his voice In done for byhard
hard usage and a cold Except for a raspedthroat ithroat
throat Mr Hearst came out of the campaign
paign In good physical conditionHo I
Ho repeated to his callers restereiuy binprediction
prediction that he would win by 200000He
He says he will have a majority above TheBronx
Bronx and at leafct 150000 in Greater > ewYork
YorkLewis I
Lewis Stuyvesant hauler candidate
for LieutenantGovernor Mid a few daysago
ago that there is a vat Hpftrtt nccretsociety I
society covering the whole State menwho
who will vote for hearst but who arenttelling
telling what they Intend to do Mr Hearstbelieves
believes that himelf I
nvaiiES In ioooooTlilg
This Result Iii initlraiiti by Reports Itoiflvod >
iflvod it AlbanyALBANY
ALBANY Nov 4Reports received byFranoln
Francis N Wlllanl formerly head of theDemocratic
Democratic State committee press bureauhere
here indicates Hugheaa election by tropl200OOQ
200000 to 2iOOCO plurality Over LC0OP00antiHearst
ntiHearst circulars were mailed to v tcrefrom
from the Albany lieadciuart era of the boltingDemocrats
Democrats 500000 from Rochester arid alike
like number from Auburn and Now Yorkcity
city Democratic voters in every countywere
were reachedThn
The only good HenrtttipoUiinUie StateMild
Mild Mr Vilianl loom to bo in NiagaraDutchess
ChautAuqua CllthulOuJPU8 lirconeDmitcimes anaDlIlchel
Dutchess counties There is a big Democratic
cratic drift to Hughes Then our letterindicate
indicate that many Democrats did notregister
register because they do rot want to votethe
the Republican ticket while many rockribbed
ribbed Democrats will vote the Hepii 1tf nticket
ticket this year for the first t m althoujhthey
they supported Bryan
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For IkstetaM itotplng sir pazsers only leaves Chicagodaily
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A superb electric lighted train of Pullman Drawing Room andCompartment
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The splendid through train to Los Angeles leaving Chicago
daily at 1005 p m via the Chicago NorthWestern Unioa
Pacific and Salt Lake RouteElectric
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Compartment Sleeping Cars Tourist Sleeping Cars andLI
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L muted to Los Angeles without change dailyDining
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A fast through train to San Francisco Portland and Pacific
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