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EVENlkd PUBLIC LEDGEBPlriLADELPHIA, ' WEDNESDAY, NOVEftJfim' G, '1918 "
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REPUBLICANS SWEEP STATE AND PHILADELPHIA TABLES SHOW RESULTS OF BALLOTiN&
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AMENDMENTS
BOTH
i STATE SENATE VOTE I
IN PHILADELPHIA'
GOVERNOR-ELECT SPROUL
VOTE ll CITY FOR CONGRESS-AT-LARGE
&-'Rnml Is..,. ,,f S.iO.OOO.OOO
fir- ' . .
bv State for Road Bui hi-
m-f ini' Aiitliurizi'ri
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MANY OTKKS FORGOT
Extra Borrowing Ctipucily of
Now Accessible to
Raids by Rosses
City
Second DiMricI '
hiicond ward
Siimu.l vv Milium n W. T. M..
John 11 Ljnoh. I)
1111111) WAUD
Siiniupl IV Silul. 11.. W T M ..
John It I.jnth. 1).. .. ... .
FllLHril WARD
Samuel M. Kalus. U. W , T M. .
John 11 l.vnch. I) .
si:vi:.ru ward
.vimucl W Haius. 11. V . T M.
Jolm li l.vnrh I) i. .
mourn ward
I Samuel W ilus. II.. W. T M. .
, John II l.vnch D
NINTH WAUD
i Suniuti W Silus, II. W . T M...
John It Ljncli. I)
I TIIIIITir.Ttl WAUD
Mamuel W Hnlui. II. W . T. M.
Jolm It. Linen. D ......
'Iliird Di-trirt
t rinn wahd
I Wm .1 UcNIehtil. It
Juliu 11, tlauuer. I
il.Vnt WAUD
WcNIrhol II.
i.r. u
TK.VTIt WAUD
Roth aincndingnts ( llic State Con
stitution submitted to Hi voters yes-
. .. .,.. t... .. hat n i-aldled .Will t
icruay npparetui.v mi- , i;- ,, ; ..
pi,. ..oi .f nn thorn. however. l far , j0"" ' llaus.r. D..
a. ... ii !.. Iinnitd ftf flirt
various tick.ts Am l usu.jl in elections ;; ,jl,V;T,;,I,,n-
In which ami nilineiits or loans are - i UI.UVIJNTH W M'.D
Volretl, many persons fuiwi till about ' Wri, , si,.xichcl. It..
Itiem or dehbii.itely refrained from vol- jhn JI llHucr I)
ine on them ' , TWia.FTH wuu
The ote on the amcmlmcnls in Plitla- U'm. .1 JhNiihol It . .
dolphin win n follows No 1. VS. Junn ' ''' "
1)7411 no 14,877. No 2. " 08.810., THIIITHHNTH WMID
t,n tnm John JI Hauler. D
ho, 27.081 i vvm J MrMrboi. 11 . . .
Amendment No 1 .iutlinri7i n Mnif iium'ti i-vtii w mid
bond If,.. of j;oon,,ooo for ImlMlnB ,,, Z!;er .
and lmprov.nK ronils Tluo met vltn Wm j ji,vi,.hi. n
jjcneral approval nn.l lliore a Hover stXTKKNTH WAl.n
any doubt that It miM be ratllled. vm j Mi-Nuhni u
This Mill b the nri time In many years John Ji Hanger. 1 .
tlmt rentibylianla tin hail a .lebt. , i:i-lllTi:i:.srH WAUD
Amendment No. 2. hopr. was,."!" ,;' i.'.1;'"0,1, ' '
x.Korouslv opposed b ilu- foes r on. "" " "',ul
I actor rule It unienilB a prcMoui I'liiiflli Di.-trirl
Ultendnicnt to in.iUf I'lillaclelphla's 1U EVrV-roi'UTH WAUD
newly aeipured udillimn.il borruulnj? f;,l1P, w .,ttn it. l'ro ..
power aallalile for cener.il purposes jj, j camtibell D .
The city's brrrowitiK power neentl va TWKN'TY-anVKNril WAUD
Increased from 7 to in per cent' of Us i:dnrd W l',tiun It 1'ru
taxable assets with the re-trlctlcn that J J Cimnhell. D
the extra 3 per c.nt should be uil only i TIIIHTY-rul UTII WAItD
for transit ami port lniru mnit The Edward W I'ltton It. Pro
,new amendment u moves this restriction. "', J ',,.1111)' '
' Kdviard W I'aitun. 11. l'ro
Philadelphia Voir far Governor ' t'f,pl,1.L.1-mi vAu '
and Lieutenant Governor , i:dm w i-nton u. Pro
l.leut Governor I "',- J- l""'t""'"' "
. " . ' rOUTY-SINTH WAUD
? '" IMuuM W IMiton, It, l'ro.. . .
5 5" r - J. J Lamil II. D ....
Sixth District
TWKNTY-riltST WAUD
i-S Oi-a Woodnard It W It 1' T. It
! l'aul llelllv. B
TWKNTV-SKrOND WAUD
I tleo' Woodward It W. It. 1'.. T. JI.
l'aul Itcllli. II .
THirtTY-rilCHTH WAUD
I " " " j
431!
l'Jil.l
Ward
Wm. J.
Hurkn
Thos. S. Jlahlon Alex. II. Jos. P
Crano M. Unrland Wallers Oonnan
WILLIAM
SPROUL
Governor
- "5
SJ2
3U0
Bonn
3:a
..tt7
1U77
.inns
1,-144
720-'
2032
s
c ,
- '
-o
Morn n Oeiorarn iin .is'er f nunU September 16 iiO
tiraduated from nu irthmore i'olkre In 1891
Klectcd to State Sep.n u I''!! and nred MX consi u i - trims
Ih precldent of 1 r mi Lciku-
Owns Chester Time- .iml 'bester llepubllcan and .s- . ..nnened w.th ,i iitim
ber of large business enieipn-iw
Harried, In 1S9- Mis- incline Wallace IaO.r'Ii. Uaufrhter of J Ii. ltoach,
noted Khlpbullde-
Thirtecnlli l)i-Iri(t
SIXTI1KNT1I H MID
Mm Aron. H . .
fllnton A. lowers. It
nranMlln 1,. Ditwllcr. 1) . .
, jacou i.uib, ll
I TWUNTIHTII WAUD
J.1? Jinx Aron. It
'-' I Clinton A Sowers. It . .
GranMlle I. Detwller D
.,a-l Jacob Lutz, 11 . . . . .
311K !
3
4x
S
6.
7
X,
'J
10
a
12..
13
J4.
13. ,
IB
3036
2710
1330
1930
1260
216
361S
1790
3 3
1907
a ii
1336
2211
2719
.1375
1202
1082
232S
3123
5197
3116
7079
2661
4236
3399
4731
2130
1089
2980
3619
309S
3355
5256
3135
1322
452!)
2514
3102
4581
5151
1917
5121
u 1 .' 1
3197
262 2
7239
3111
!
Totals 152316 5939 153394
19..
.20.
21 .
13.
'2t.
25,
26 .
:t
28.
20
30..
31
32
S3.
34
35
36
37
38
29.
411
41,.
42
42..
44.
45
46.
47
48 .
3046
2706
1217
1931
1216
273
3781
1756
476
1SSS
922
1404
2220
2609
2989
1173
1056
2311
C012
5189
3008
7163
2632
4141
3248
4639
2201
4003
2S0-.
3622
2005
3626
5100
5151
1293
4125
2148
5173
4545
5131
1928
4956
4951.
3011
2630
7237
3664
2141
681
169
22S
152
228
511
298
191
160
326
132
300
210
395
1999
356
569
1277
-2251
1049
1708
2321
1560
2318
2196
1717
427
2551
1455
S10
1399
1557
2409
2185
127
173U'
1156
2S15
1I5U
2127
660
1983
19SJ
1873
9S6
2376
789
1111
Fourteenth District
TWKNTY-F1KST W AliD
133 ' '", u,Vr,:1,!v'ir'1H W "- ' -"mi w"i J- Hamilton. It . r I' , T M
Jli ljUl I!"'- " James Tauan. I)
-'4 1 KOItTY-.SKl'OND WAUD
W 11. V.. T. M
... Ueo Woodward. 11
i.ia I l'aul 1UIII I)
411 ....... ,,...,
L.111111 UI3UILI
TWIINTY-THIIID WAUD
Pro T M
D
TWWTV.VttTl! !VArtT
Si'
M4.1
1391
420
147
tna Oorce Orav It .
'.' talwln K Uorle.
mO.7
2537
140S.
Fifteenth Dislrirt
TWi:NT Y-B KCON D WAUD
ltobrt A. Ilucher U . W . K 1 .
Kdw-ln Stott. It.. Pro
Jot.pn I I.OdKP, D
Chas C. ntiMrll. D . .
It'll
tins
.-.Mil
,-..-.47
1141
SJS
:i3J7
1211
7111
II73-.
2il"3
2110
Udwln K
. . ... . . .u - I t'rrt T M
166 i;uwln K. llorle. D
163 TlltllTY-TIIIItD WAUD
363 Ueorse iniv. It, Pro. T, M
1503 l.dwln K. llorle. D
2S6 THIItTY-KlKTIl WAUD
jsi Gcorce Urnv. II. J'ro., i. -it....
1029
2039'
927 Kdwtu K llorle D
1300' KOHTY-TIUUD WAUD
2258 (ieortte Oraj. It.. Pro. T 51 . . .
1295 liuwln K llorle. K
040 KOIlTY-rilTH WAUD
. rt n ,J,',irii. .-VJJ ... . . ....
ioov B.min1-. llorle.
1349, '
42
Hnne. U
roHTY-KIUST WAUD
Otorne Ora H. Pro. T M...
D
rOHTY-SKCOSO WAUD
i Unhurt A. Ilucher. H . V . 1" P . T
, Fid win Mott. It . Pro
' intii . Joi-prt I. Lodge, D
l"10 1 Chas. C ItumfU II .
.ni Sixteenth District
. ! iiOU'J ' TWllNTY-THIUD WMtD
' Janrs A Dunn. It . K. P , T M
o0()olJ. Albert Ilolln. D . .. .
.! "37ll THIUTY-rirTII WAUD
James A Dunn It., I P.. T M.
. 1011 ! J. Albert Ilolln. D
' 35-5 rOnTY-KlP.ftT WARD
James A Dunn. It., F. P , T. M
M .MSI
. 17111
H.3S
.. 1482
2H43
12S1
CITY FOR SPROUL
BY 93,377 VOTES
Republican Ticket Makes
Clean Sweep. Losing
Only Sixth Ward
BOTH AMENDMENTS' PASS
4302
tKllW
A' PI1IT ADF1.PHIA William P. MeMonaale. D
l! I HlLlUZUrniA. THIUTY-FOLItTH W
2275 yoiii FOR LEGISLATURE
j.o.
662
1239
1416
'iW', First District
.I.-
361
I J. Albert Ilolln. D.
. I Seventeenth District
"s;; TWHNTY-FOfUTH W.U'.D
. Thpodorn Oamobell. H
James J Hefternan, 11 .
WP'.iam T Wnll.11". It
'.ihn II Albany, o.
Kwell a Davis. D
W
T. M
UD
riUST V AltD
iIIaps 11
J,,'u. Inlin M.brlnir ft
980 M, r I' Kennedv I) Pro
2524 Ilenn Po-ner l.
13U1 THIUTY-NINTH WABD
"033 t.eopo'd t'. (Hiss, R
.c John Mehrlmi It ......
obi t,r i KMin'dj Ii . Pro . .
1689 Henry Posner. D
145X
331
twit
034
. . tns2
. 41HU
. 113.'
. 1HII4
ls7s
. . 203.1
. 4782
. . 401s
. . ROUS
. . 21.18
. . 22.17
. 2113
t6S9
1534
862
2191
694
969
S'econil District
S-KCONll WVRD
A Ilaldl. Jr . P.. D.
Thir.l District
NOT TO SPLIT 46TH WARD
ntlUD WAUD
Niehiilas Dl l.ttnmo. P.. I V.
...r.s Julius -J I.eMs. R.I. P
l"'" Jaeoh l.leliermun D
1 U.iiph Ponzula D
roriiTii 1VARD
Ni.'lmlss HI Ummn, It.. F. P.
Tullus J l.evis. ll r.
F1ITH WMIP
NKtmlaa Dl I.-mmn. U.j I. .
Illllus J l.svlse It 1- .'
tirob I.lebernian 1)
Ilnlph jl'oniula. D
Fourlh District
MIXTIt W4.RD
I affertv. It. W., T.
McDfrmott !. ...
., .. . . , ,. ,. , taioli l.lebermnn D.
Voters UcflSlM'lv. Ucluilt VtlCIIIDt Ilalnh I'unVulo D. .
to Strengthen Harry Mtifkey
Vntein of the Koity-'ilxth Ward "de
cisively defeated the attimpt of ll.nry
A. JIackey. Vare leader 'o - " ')
stntatlon In Councils by havlntr th
liard dllded tinul t ..
naa polled against the pep i-ai iu Stihi
ihe ward, while 3787 .Hi were c-tst
In favor of It
Thfl hr'1 has ihe luiutst numbet of
tittttp. of nn u'ttnl in tti , It. hrn
proportion of them are Independent In , "urr
politics, . Ith the ret-ult that Mai.U.
.who looks afur at Interests In the .lames
ward, controls not one of the the Com- Hum
mun Councllmen nor the Selectman
Mackey f irecs r. tentlj n. into coil"
with a proposition to tune the w.ud
fcjn'i in two, una ime street as ine ui-
vnine line m
territory north
division would hive done inutli to make
him a ward leadtr in fact as well a in
t.tls.
144
117
I3S
JanifH
Harr A
. KIllllTH WAItD
t.,,,c V Lnftertv P... IV . T. M
McDermott. D
NINTH WARD
l..iltert It
W . T M
MeDermott. D
liflli District
TW HNTY-BIXTH WARD
wiiii i-ine wiret-i hh ine ui- ,, ...... n t i
Mackey Is stronuest In in ;J"' Mr it T. M "i.:.
th of Pine street, and the .jVw"r.l W .Well. It . T. M. .....
Ilinltl M Howies. 11.
Wm II. ilmnon 11
Jos. A Mel.iunhlln D
TI1IRTY-S1NTH WAUD
1-Mwln It ""i. H T M
in." MUn.r It, T. M . .
Howard W Wells. . T. It .
Dinlel M Ilowlm. li.
WEST VIRGINIA REPUBLICAN
T7.1 n f . n -v Dinlel M iiowim. i
lilkins UerenU DemoLTiitio Oppo- wm it. onnon. d
. r rT ,. ,. ' ' los A JleLauch'tn D
nent tor L. b. henate i-ortTY.iiioiiTif ward
By the Associated I'rv
Pllt.lmrirli. Nov fi West Virslnla
win reiurn u iiepunncan to tne uiutui U-'. n Oannnn D. .
States henate In the person of Davis !;,, A iU l.auuhlln. D .
Klklns, a former member of thit boilv, e. , ...
io succeed tne iiicumuent Nathan Goff
iteturns earlv this momlm; from uhont
two-thirds of 'he State show niklus to i,al,in i .NeJrv. n. D
lie leau'OK iu iiemucraiie opponeni, .,...
Clarence W Watson, also a former Seenth Ui-trict
T'nlted Stal s Senator, by almost 15,000 imuTIKTH WARD
ptcs. m iVaMfo''!. It. ...
li. ine consresionai tlettlou Ihete Is John J i urey. n
i. ... i.. ii i 11 T. M
llrnn s Mllner II T M
IMward W W. Is II . T II
II inlet .M liowirs i.
Sixth District
S4KVHNTII WARD
li r.
Theodore Camptiell. It .
James . II"(fernan, R , W. .
William T Wallace. P. W T. M
lohn II. Albino, D
Kwell G IlnMs D
SOftt William P. JlcMonaBle D . I
3nl? rORTY-FOL'nTH WARD
594 Theodorn Tampliell. R
James J Helternun. It . W . .
,-,o William T Wallae... 11 . W . T M
III;! ' John II. Albany. D . .
,5--! Kwell 11. D.nls. D
ti William P. .MeMoliaulv. II
I Eighteenth District
rWT.NTY-FHTH WAItD
-830 ' t"tnuel J. IVrrv It W' . I' I' . T. M. 33JI1
" JJ John X Snow den R., F. P. T. M. .. 8.47
M'rinelsW. Douehertj. D o-
Kdward J. lllnkle, D. !"
,na FORTY-Firnt ward j
lids a....i T 1'urrv R. W. I' 1'. 1 M. -"i
"40 Jhn F. Snowden. It F P., T. M .
31.1 I'ranels W Doushert, D
Kdward J lllnkle. D
1?J, Nineteentlt District
HI TWHNTY-IJIOIITH WAUD
, Samuel J. llphrjlm. It.. Pro . T. M . .
rtnur . . rns. i . - ... -
12.12 Charles II. Hersi h D I 1 .
ll'-"i Edward Doner. D . 1- P
THIRTY-SK K.NTH WARD
, Samuel J Ilphralm. 11.. Pro.. T. M...
'Arthu- li. n. . ' " '
Charlea H llerjeh, D r. I
;m , EUnl HoniT, II . I . I'
tu" IVenlieth District
TW11NTY-N1NTH WARD
120 I'atrl.U Conner It. D W . T t .
John II. Drltikliouse, It. W . T. Jl
illchael S Donalioe, Ii
FORTY-SBVKNTII WARD
Patrlel. Conner. It. D . W. T . ..
lolin II D Inkhouse. It W .. r. Jt .
Michael S lionahoe. D
Twent-firt District
rWllNTV-HllVENTH W'ARD
Jam's Franklin P. Pro . W.. It P
lisi James Wallicr, 11.. IT"
13BH Mmnn J Connor D..
Mil hail J Conway D
rOKTIKTII WARD
Us".' James Franklin. It Pro. W. It. P.
H'l Jain.s A Walker. R . Pro
il'J Simon J. Connor D
1j5! V.ehael J Conwaj D
1377 1-llUlY-Sl.VIII WARD
'jam.s Kranklln II . Pro W.. R. P.
fff.T James K Walker. It. Pro
. . . . .. 1 r. .nniie II..........
nil m in inn mi ..! -
Ji ii'i Michael J. Conway
n-lj
lil'l
030
2914
It lit I
2902
11112
1443
14,13
260H
7S4
S2S
tnas
40011
2317
2211
230O
2377
1 1011
1038
1 3039
2.. . 2709
3..,. 1344
I 1921
5 ,1229
6 ' 260
7.... 3638
S 1788
9 313
10 1896
11...'. 919
12 1419
13.... 2239
II" 2710
IB 3238'
16.... 1207
17.... 1079
18.... 2572
19 5126
20 S34.1
21 3059
22 7023
23 2607
24 4228
25 ... 3312
26 4633
27. .. 2171
28 ... 4019
29 . . . 2909
30 3636
31 . . 3033
32 ... 3343
33 5174
34 4997
13 . 1306
36 4482
37 2467
38 5171
39 .. 4337
40 . S012
11 ljr.5
12 ... 4828
43 . 4596
14 . . 3029
45 2640
46 08R1
47 3152
18 . . 2137
3051
2709
1271
1923
1227
218
3618
1789
491
1885
94!
1116
2238
2695
0247
1193
1066
2541
3098
5518
2997
0761
2572
4196
3291
4621
216C
4915
2868
3627
3037
3507
5151
5022
1295
1467
2I1S
3 (ISO
43 26
5016
19.'o
4 739
4155
707S
2630
6S0I
3134
2132
3U48
2710
1270
1922
1229
251
3730
1780
613
1894
949
1416
2237
2691
.1213
1194
1066
2530
5081
6501
2995
6691
2677
4103
3279
4596
2163
3993
286.1
3620
3042
3454
5171
4990
1082
4417
2118
6073
4506
6023
1914
4766
1129
3056
2632
6191
3131
2136
3043
2710
1262
1922
1218
230
3701
1737
504
1881
012
1418
2236
2691
3189
1190
1068
2525
5080
5506
2980
0910
2661
1016
3273
4491
2159
3814
2902
3613
2963
3493
5130
5000
1298
4432
2454
5054
4615
1990
1904
4707
1451
2995
2624
6718
3125
2128
Totals 150S01 149719 143940 148852
651
118
165
106
149
370
254
135
110
270
83
180
143
356
1449
337
483
1089
2036
922
1286
2522
1252
2079
1761
511
121
2287
1147
676
1257
1421
2112
2301
.130
1536
2001
2161
1312
2050
656
1727
2448
1544
891
2191
f.99
963
51283
l'Ved J. C. Samuel
lkeler Straycr It. Tarner
620 644 U3i
115 143 153
162 159 161
100 99 100
161 157 163
383 396 394
213 249 237
137 135 141
102 103 105
262 263 267
83 83 83
197 189 191
150 148 147
300 319 346
' 1369 1366 1392
229 223 226
175 180 480
979 982 974
1982 1991 1974,
896 908 893
1301 1345 1317
2389 2228 2196
1273 1287 1274
1718 1949 1932
1738 175t 1752
1382 1383 13S4
111 416 405
2268 ""2301 2282
1161 1189 1175
691 695 674
1252 1256 1263
1388 1124 1382
2057 2080 1967
2207 2204 2203
296 309 300
1450 1457 1443
1031 1022 1002
2206 2409 1152
1313 1253 1318
1960 2035 1991
513 530 507
1399 1662 1618
2417 2465 2418
'1476 1531 1603
886 885 817
2041 2040 2015
630 668 658
937 946 895
43908 49860
47911
PHILADELPHIA VOTE FOR JUDGES
SUI'KUIOIl COURT
Successful Candidates
for Slate Assembly
surniuin court
Ward
Henry
Hudd
i:dv. J. JohnW. Chas. 13. Alexander
l'ox Kcphart l.enahan Simpson. Jr.
S. II.
Huselton
.117
lO'l
4377
4 Lis
444.'
Hi;
3600
2070
117
mm
3I'I
II7II
217.1
21.15
401
307
ni.iJ
.-.1141!
11143
11132
n.
7210
.70X7
!:.'
'.'0117
The llepubll.-an ticket headed by
State Senator Sprout for Gocrnor, made
a rlean Hwep in the city
Senator Sproul's majority mcr Mu
nicipal JtidKe KtiRenc C. Ronnlwell, the
Democratic nominee, was 93,377 in
Philadelphia
Senator IMuanl 17 rteidleman, of
Harrisbueff, Republican nominee for
Lieutenant Ooiernor. and Represent
ative James P. Woodward, of McICees
port, Republican nominee for Secretary
of Internal Affairs, carried the city by
majorities of slightly oer 100,000 oer
J "Washington I.oirue, of Philadelphia,
the Democratic nominee for Lieutenant
Governor, and Asber R Johnson, of
Hrndford, Democratic nominee for Secre
tary of Internal Affairs.
Tho maorlty ir'ven Senator Sj)roul
reached the proportions predicted by
State Senator Rdwln II. Vare in his final
pre-election estimate last eienlng.
Senator Vare predicted that .Senator
Sproul would hae a majority of between
90.000 and 100.000 In the clty
The four candidates for Congress-at-Large.
CoiiRressman Thomas S Crneo
and JIahlon M Garland and Anderson
II. Walters and William J. Hurlie, car
ried the city by major'tlcs as proportion
ately larfce as those Blven the beads of
the ticket
In the contest for Supreme Court the
city Rae Justice Alexander Simpson,
Jr.. 90 387 otes. which Is belleicd to be
enough to hae elected him.
Superior Court Judge Kephart rcelnd
a little more than 34,000 votes in the city
and Charles It. .Lenahan, of Willies
Barre, sl'ghtly more than 15,000.
Six Republican Congressmen in the
city districts were re-elected and fhe
Republican Senators and forty-one
Republican members of the House were
elected.
The constitutional amendment to pro.
vide a J50.000.000 bond issue for tho
improvement of State hlghwas and the
amendment to Increase' the city's bor
rowing capacity from 7 to 10 per cent
for general purposes, carried the city by
substantial majorities
The election was one of the quietest
seen In the city In years. No disturb
ances ard little excitement marked the
balloting.
Approximately 215,000 of the 241.000
registered oters took advantage of their
franchise Political leaders consider
that a bea percentage of the registered
vote came out, despite the apparent
apathy.
Karly morning otlng In mail) pre
cincts was delaed h me lack of elec
tion otllclals At niHiuj' of the polling
places It was necessary to hold curb,
stone elections to fill vacanclis on the
election board befoie the polls could be
opened.
1..
6
7
S . . .'. .
9
10
11
12
13
14
IB
16
17
18
19
20
21
o
23.'.'..'.
24
25
26
27
28
29
30... .
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39... .
40
41
42
43
44
15
46
47
4"
Totals
21
26
6
16
12
33
54
94
51
96
243
128
123
75
69
93
192
100
30
96
124
141
76
46
61
66
247
97
139
48
215
195
118
85
209
46
42
209
11
15
49
42
18
- 28
4
34
25
114
214
26
25
69
111
98
126
436
8
267
137
371
114
328
117
43
76
230
161
322
69
81
124
304
116
247
37
425
39
134
44
562
147
3715
6760
30
13
691
248
772
17
2033
1313
201
1343
610
16
1083
1273
m
684
200
228
688
1392
265
1528
1283
398
198
540
660
76
364
699
768
717
161
180
1000
1697
183
1125
813
1051
1554
754
217
1584
266
1695
31122
84
30
19
t,
198
104
217
-70
6
'Zi.
12
50
178
41
202
2.10
j 579
211
614
840
113
590
1293
400
205
542
193
369
363
325
381
619
88
246
700
417
72B
78
352
677
520
80
687
291
377
14989
2739
2556
681
1609
431
111
1562
258
263
553
407
1446
1523
1199
1737
686
822
1469
4457
4864
1241
4170
1877
1726
1149
3851
1616
2569
1706
3138
1923
2011
3590
3665
827
1883
1228
2BIS
3951
3340
848
2640
2034
1802
1933
4228
2468
292
93945
103
13
21
IS
20
5!
i
30
SO
71
361
53
97
"l65
199
402
673
349
419
321
287
158
574
316
153
302
500
565
70S
131
329
233
713
250
610
157
673
737
467
163
711
190
173
13225
Wm..D.
Portir
2855
2750
1114
1890
1013
1.10
3195
1720
400
1881
937
1459
"ir
2613
3182
1033
1029
2159
4836
6166
1876
6086
1550
3111
2966
4273
2006
3422
2460
3351
2389
2S14
4357
4497
1050
3345
2184
4460
4038
4454
1466
3854
3927
2648
2301
6312
2674
2551
The following were elected to the
Pennsylvania General Assembly yester
day : .
ADAMS
C. Arthur Orlcst P.
At.MlUHKNY
Thnmns P tlesry It. 1'dw M, Houvh, ft
Jos. C. Marcus, II W. f. Hlnilnnder, P.
Wm J. Mrl'nlir, It. Carl C I'HiIiMrp. It,
John c PulilvHtt. II, Wm. II. .Martin, It
John l.iulcr, It Sumiiil .1. MeKIni, It,
lliln. II. (Itehrlwr. It. W'.ltes-r Hlthrlih.lt.
Harry II. Tedd. It. J. II W. Simpson, II.
Wm J. Mftnaati. It. Jos O. Meeillc, 11.
Albert O, Kri"th, It Wm. C. Wmnir, II.
drome It, forte), Tt Nelson McVlcar. It.
Chas. A Michel, tt. J. W. Vlckcrman. It.
James Wettncb Tt
AllMSTRONU
C 1'. Armstrong. R A 11. Cum. li
RIUtKfl
W A, Rlnsler. D. Cirus K. Ilrendle, D
Wm. 11 Htm us. It. Wilson J. Mali. D,
D. A. Uothenber
Bcr. D.
II1.AIH
Samuel McCurdj I!. Simon F Zook. It.
nitADFOHD
Chas. P. Dewey, n. IV, W. Jennings It
RUCKS
W. A. Haines. P.. William Ivrause. It.
IIUTI.HR
V A. narnhart. R. Oco, I, Woncr, It
CAMnitIA
J. Ross Home, It. Wm. CI Orirfltli. R.
Wjllllam Davis, II.
CAMHItON
C. J. Ooodnoush. 11.
CARIION
Harry Zanders, It.
CHNTRK
Ies I.. Hare), R.
CHP.STKP.
Harry C. Oraham. It. Marls JI. Holllnis
Hearse II. North, 11. worth, R.
CLARION
II. 5t. SwelUer, 1).
CLINTON
Hlchard fl. Qulalcj, It
CUMIIUl'.t-AND
ltors L Iteckley. It. William C How man,
DAUPHIN
Mhert Ml'lcr. n I). J l!chloM. It.
baMd I. .Miller, U. Ira. H. Ulsh. It.
DIILAWAIU:
Wm. T. namsc. r h, n ncjujrn. ji
V C, Alexander, It.
r.i.i;
John M rinn, I .
CltlH
Wm. J. wlllerl. It Jo-. JI. Schilllna D.
Howard P. Phunk, It.
rouiisT
Ira M Fo. It.
FRANKLIN
I I' Hcnchoff 11 Frank s Matill It
HUNTINGDON
L N I rum It.
INDIANA t-
J. T. DivJs, n
.lIlFFUttHON
T. T, Mlllln, It, H W. M ovtnrAr, ft.
JUNIATA
John II. Bhcllenbcrc.
er. It.
LACKAWANNA
David Fowler. It, Mlchal J. ltud'ty t.
IIUBh A Dawson. II, Wm, W, Jones. It.
l C. F.hrhardt. It, Ilitiil l Davis, It.
LANCASTLP.
Aaron It. Hess. It. Michael It. llott
G. llraylilll lllihm, It, mm, It.
Joseph T l:ans. R. tlsrry L. llhoads. It.
I.UIUNUN
0. T Hlekcrnell. R. L, M. Zimmerman, It,
i. union
Charles A. Rber, It. Albert !;. Illnn D.
Samuel J. Kians, It,
LUZIHINI!
Conrad O. Miller, It! Richard Powell, D.
Patrick H,Wynuc, D. John McKay, R,
mcKi:an
Chas V. Cntlin, R, J. A. Fltmlbbon. It,
. MURCKIt
Edward L. Allum, It .John P. Ulster. R.
, , .MIFFLIN
Chas O. Corbln. It.
MONROE
U, T. Kunkle. D.
MONTGOMERY
Harold C. Pike, It I. T. Haldeman, R
Jacob Hamilton, It. Joseph II lllanck, D.
NORTHAMPTON
William JI, llennln- M. Hutchinson, D.
svr, D. It. II, Tracti, D.
NORTHUJIUUllLAND
Daniel W. licit. It. Antony J, Near', D '
iv. v. Robertson, it.
I'KHHY
Clark M. Rower, It.
PI liE
Frank f. Smith, D.
SNVDKfl
John I Woodruff, R.
SO.MKRSKT
P. D. Clutton, 11. John P. Statlcr, JV
SULLIVAN
Frank Horton Inic
ham, R.
su.squi:hann
Allan D. Miller. It.
T10OA
Frank 11. Snder, It. Geo W. Williams. R.
UNION
II Jt. Showaller. It.
VllNANGO
Joepl T. Foaler. It. V. V Millcrr R,
WAR11KN
Wlillatun 1". Wood, It.
WF.riTMORULAND
X. It. Uold3tnlth. It, Bard, It.
T. M Whllemsn. II Howard W Da, n,
Utnjamln I'. Hun- J Grant McOeary, R.
WYO.MLNU
Occur D. Stark. P.
iOHK
Hobt S. Siiiielcr, It V. B. Ilrookt. It.
i. L. Coo., It. Harry A liechlold. B.
i'otilton Gels Complimentary Vote
Hrndford, Ph., Nov. 6. Judge Joseph
W. Houlton, of Smethport, Is receiving
a birr complimentary voto In McKcan
Countv for Supreme Court He Ij ex
pected to carry the county by 3000 plu
ralltj Kephart Is his next opponent.
2555
Congressional Vote
in Philadelphia
WISCONSIN IS REPUBLICAN
First District
tl, 7, 26, 30, 39, 48 Wards)
Vnre. C.issidy,
Rep. Dem.
1 .... 3663 626
7 'j 3681 774
o6 4449 1378
io'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 3624 685
3D 4576 1310
8 2114 986
Governor's Re-election by RetluceiKMa
jority Is Indicated
Milwaukee, Wis.. Nov. fi, Governor
Kmnauel L. Phlllpp. Republican, appar
ently has been re-elected by a plurality
which may run from 15.000 to 40 000,
according to various estimates from
scattering returns.
liiiiiiiiii
Mild Havana Filler sm&mW
Shade Grown Wrapper illLv
Skilled Workmanship MW
W..'i:'-vssS8SMHiP
tH... ..... , f.,sraico3K
ig-jskJSjHjtfiEJ"
Favorita
13c strainhl
or 2 for 25c.
Actual size.
The blending of the fin
est tobacco the careful
malting of each cigar
these are the reatoni for
the hearty enjoyment
that'sin every El Producto
EL
PRODUCTO
Various shapes and sizes
beginning at ten cents straight.
Mada hf
Th. G. It. P. Cigar C
Phil.d.lphi.
Totals.
vs
No
DIVISION OF WARD
:i77
4728
nn Indlentlnn nf hhv rlmni.. In ..,ria,.
,.u . ..- . ... .... ......nu ,,, ,u, .ipui.
' .presentation tne return of JI, JI
i- ?"eely from the Plrst District Is assured.
'svhllei In foir other illstr'cts. with but Wm "'
Calf the precincts reported, the Republl- J'jhn R
- 'can nominees are leading by majorities v"" '
F.ifihth District
TI1STH WVRD
llur'. It D . W . . .
K Scott. It
Connor. D . ho . W .
ll.a, ,nl,M Inlnnl. .l.nd... t - J
t j ..nv nwu.u muiuttc .1.1.11UII III Ulie UIP-
l itrlet. the Sixth, the vote lx nlnsp with Win V
n,,'S few prec new heard from tht the. J"1"1 !i
actum result is aountrui.
, .REPUBLICANS WINS. DAKOTA '$
'- governor Norlicck Itc-electeiWv.
'if. 1 Miijority of 15,000
THIRTF.KNTII WARD
Rorke. R D . W
1.' Krntt H
Wm. T Connor. 11 . woe . w
FOURTKFNTH WARD
Wm 1 ,:''rh,'.Un, ' W
John I! K Htott.lt... .
X ..oniior, .. n.. ...
till.' I
017
2072
ISSt
t'17il
2270
15S
2(117
274U
3SS
Ninth District
I'.I.KVr.NTII WAItD'
Herman Dllstmmer. Sr.. It ..
f hloux falls, S. !., .Nov, 6. Accord- TWKI.ITII WARD
'..' Itnir to early Incomplete'returns tho en- Herman Dilstwimir. r . ii
'-Mr Uepubllcau Slate ticket in South Tenth District
.-.Dakota has been elected by a majcrlty phtpI'NTII WVRD
. 'pc from 5000 to 10.000 votes. .Many Wm j ndy li.'' r P...'.. . .
"t mlwlng; rural districts are expected to a, i'oIvIII-. II. '' l1- T. M . .
i iiivf down the present lead, which Is K,'"'"' innwi!'' J-.' 'l'. ' ' '. . . '. '. ' '
bout two to one. , ""' J
4 llepubllcan .National Committeeman hleventh District
"TJTt " C'0'' carl5r '"day estimated Gov- SIIVHNTUKNTH WARD
..aFtior 'orbeck has been re-elected by a Richard .,'u,r.y'!'i n
' m&Aty of between 10.000 and 13.000. ,,.7 WARD ' '
'" V. .". .. . . 7 IH'hs'-d..'" nir,.p
Homo Vole lor Lenalun kjwih
Mite.Urre, Pa., Nov 6 Seventy. Iwelllli llittrict
iwt of 319 districts In Luzerne Coun- MNriLL'NTlI WARD
JAIN,. a vol as follows' Fox, 239; .,,. a Henneit It
3bW.'M: Lenahan. 4181: Slmnaon. Mattbewr l'attersjin. It ,
T .Thomas J Kelly, u ,, ,
'iJipk P McKee
Twcnty-tecond District
tiiir7Y.m:cond ward
Rente M. , Onl''er. It
Bdw-ard J. Mte. D
Twrnl'll.iril Ditrirl
THlRTY-inOHTII WARD
HlBinunil J Huns. It. D. W
Twentv-fourth District
THIRTY-THIRD WARD
ThaU y Kraure It
Wm. T Itunip. D '.
Twent). fifth District
ruRTY-TIIIRD WARD
piiuir. 11 -;t,i,,r' .' t.
David Jtoffett. I) V V
T'ven'vVmth DUlrirt
TIIIRTY-I'IRST WARD
V.hllii. .iterllns; It Soe . ...
lWvnril F JlcIVuk D .
22109 6959
Second District
(8, 9, 10. 13. 14, 15, 20, 37 Wards)
uraliam, uericiey,
Dem.
141
104
251
i154
H59
1407
902
961
9.
10
15
14
15
20
37
Totals.
Rep.
1735
513
1904
289
2703
3314
5552
2488
18550
4282
Third District
(2. 3, 4. u, 6, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19 Wards)
4..
State Senators
Elected Yesterday
c.
11..
12..
16..
17..
18..
19..
Moore,
Rep.
2812
1302
193.1
1261
267
945
1430
1264
989
y2036
5138
Hayes,
Dem.
151
1D9
48
149
106
81
181
262
474
1019
2009
Totals.
H.imi
132 J
State Senators wera elected In oven
numbeied dlt-tricls yesterday and In
four odd. numbered dKtrlcts to (in a-
canoles. The result outside of Phlla
7306 delphla follows:
' Districts Dlstrl, ts
III. C. J. lluel.man. :.'. W. K. t row. It
It. 31. 1 Miller. It
11114 ' 12. J. H. Hold. It till, J H. Miller. It.
lflSl , III, H. W. Hinantl, It. 3S. M. II. Leslie. It
IS VV. Clavton Hack- III. C M llarr. It.
1 ill, II. ,. II. VV. r. Turner. R
11 A li. DeWltt. D. 12. M ltlnstetn II
22, A. Davis. It. I.I VV. W Jl.arklr
24. '. W. Hones. D. 44. W C. Murdoch, It.
"li W. Hlndman. 4s M. Phlpps R
D. "Hi. J. JI. Cami'lKll,
"ll. JI D. He.iton. It It.
311. I. W. nder. It.
3012
342.1
tinnol
MAURER, LABOR CHIEF, BEATEN
1420
Stale Congressmen
Elected Yesterday
Ucatlill! Socialist Candidate Loses I ,.UIierellSmen elected In Pennsylvania
After Three Victories
ilj! Itendlng, I'a., Nov II James Ii.
I28ii Maurcr, president cf the Stats Kedera-
y. 'erd.iy exclusive of Philadelphia are
ollows
AT I.AROR
C. Cro. II. is. A
Thos. c. wm'
Jiahlon SI Oar-
H k'r.M.. ii
I,, r .,' .: '"!.' '.
.'.". r. ".. liOSO. It.
A. . , - -
; tlirA time, as -.isxiiiw, was defeated An5" ';., ,,, Wal- 21.' ! S; j.Vnc'.",,."'
vestcrday for afourth term by Reading ters. It. . -i I- '.' ''""bins, R.
yg voters. James li Norton, formerly Cor. Wn. J. UurU. R. -J. f Ken,i.. r.
w 1 oner by Governor's appointment, vat 1 "l, W Watson, n. 2.1. M w' rilmttt! It.
. chostn to the Le-jislature to fill rth 11. vv W driest. 11. .'IJ. H J, stielc. u.
.31 ' fc?l i "ViT.' -NSJ,?.1:.."u ,.l.t.'"'- I IV1 fi 'k- -Car-pen. " W i? i?itR5ft. fr
inn mi .1 iwosii" " I'MMiiuiuui. ter. n. -J . o, I'orter. il
iml labor n'anks wet e combined .., 1 lw r n 1 r.
1997D
Fourth District
4979
(28, 29. 32, 38, 47 Wards)
I'dmonds, Fabian.
28
29
32
38 ,
47
Total".. .
Kep.
4132
2951
3S03
5161
3161
Dem.
2289
1098
1181
2398
652
18911 7918
Fifth District
(23, 23, 31, 23, 25, 41. 43. 13 Wards)
Coslello, Clinton,
' Rep. Dem.
-3 ,, 2621 1369
- ' 3293 1830
II 8053 1289
33 5320 'N 2167
35 1300- 400
11 l-1 583
12 4. 28'
3...- 2673 879
V
Totals.
8846
It.
Maurer v as a candidate for the nom! lS' a' o. ielt D. 30 If. I' Kelly.
.. ... ,...I.I., nftli. 0.11..1 ......- I, 1 T Mflrad. and II
nniimi iiir .im.u.iiL ... ihe . ii.ic. niHi,, .. .a . .- . -- ... : .t.
ffion the Socialist ticket In 1910, He 1. i . -de.. R, J orln. n.
. J?, the only Socialist eier chosen to th. 1 13; P l TJt".r.fu. 82. 0"ii "campb.ll,
'?ir T ...t.lntitrd In thla ttrlte ' ;.' I Lr if.hl. If It snH II '
25001
Sixth District
(21, 22.. 24, 27,. 34, 40, 42, 44, 40, Wards)
Darrow, Lbuarblln,
Rep.
3101
7138
4232
2160
5091
5090
6022
3110
7077
21
IV.'.'.'... '.','.'.'.'.'...'.
27
34
40
42
44f,
f64fl1ntaOlt
1052 T-'l"'nturi ,n W kt3Xt
Totals.
36931
Jjsin.
1386
2159
2021
429
2034
203
1723
1570
2126
Weekly Coal Bulletin
of the Federal Fuel Administration
for Philadelphia
Three important things to do
if you change your residence
In ihe past six or seven months a number of owners of rented
dwellings have attempted to force tenants either to buy the propertiei
in which they lived, or pay exorbitant rentals, or move. The Fuel Admin
istration, to protect the public against such profiteering and malpractice,
issued a ruling that where apj,' landlord actually ejected a family from
its home under such threats, no coal coidd be delivered to this
property during the coming winter, thereby putting a ban upon the
house which would make its occupancy impossible, and leaving the
property a burden on the landlord's hands. Before buying or renting a
house, consumers are advise'd, therefore, to ascertain from the Bureau
of Distribution, of the Fuel Administration, whether the property in
view will be permitted to receive coal.
It is- important that consumers notify their dealers promptly when
moving from a house for which they have ordered coal.' In such cases"
it is necessary to cancel the order for the old house and place a new'
order for the new house, as dealers cannot deliver to one address on
an order for another address.
. Jn the cajc of coal already on hand in the consumer's cellar, a
- ' perm't. to transfer it must be secured from the Bureau of Distribution,
1518 Walnut Street, before the coal can be removed.
,i JI---l---xi o2 -? jL--a
Frittel Fact rfmimilrolor In TMaittpWu.
( TMt 8( s)nrrfufct tv tttt Philadelphia Coal JxeAetnp8 as an aid to th$ U, A. fusl 4dmln(trotlan
151)17
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