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Special t 10 The W Wasi UMCtM BeaN HroJaProvidence BeaNProvldellce flrrIdProv1dece
Providence R R 1 L Nov N 3 3A A most mostreman mostremartabJe meetremarable
reman remartabJe bte poMOcel lQltmJ oampsleit amp Isin Islnprog IslnprogreH 1stnprogres prog progres
res reH in this little State te of R Rhode G4e island and andProvidence andProdde andProvldene
Providence Prodde ce nhmUOomv tstlotla It is I a eontest eontestof eontof oonWtof
of such amwjal UtnISJ8 featwras and such uek mo momentous momcnt momentou3 ¬
mentous mcnt US poaI1IIUtJestht poarthflitte that it is scranst scranstthe stmngttb stritngthe
the tb outside world wo d has not ot been attracted attractedto ttFCttLI
to LI it and impressed IlI prellli by by its full stgnin stgnincanc sgnlficanef Stgnhltcanee
canc cancArparently caneeArparently
Arparently 1 JIIa rent17 neither nIt Ute administration administrationat ad alnltnltltM1at
at Washington nor the general public ip JppreclaLes ippeeaies
preciaies peeaies the character of the th struggle struggletbat s struggletbat ie ietba
tbat tba t wm end at the polls tel next R 1Xt Tnesdzy TnesdzyIf
If however the forces for that are re arrayed arrayedagainst arrayedagutntlt ftrrdagant
against the dominant Republican org or ni niaUon nlaniGJI niZaLIGR
aUon shatt haJI win the vtetory which the tJter tJterIfaders tker1aders r rleaders
leaders tbmk htn hInk is wkoia their grasp gr p the theattention teatteDtka Ueattentfcn
attention of the United U lttMJ States wjll be beriveted beriveted beriveted
riveted upon this mtportant midget Com Commonwealth CoMmOftweaJU Cornmonwealth ¬
mOftweaJUGoernor monwealthGovernor monwealth monwealthGovernor
Governor IVot ot Always Republican RepublicanA
A State ticket Is e to be voted for two twoCongressmen twoCo twoCoesrnen
Co Congressmen eumen ejected municipal ftWIl pa1 offlcarf offlcarfchosen omcerteh omeerec
chosen eh c jteft en and a genera seneral assembly iseeii 1y elected electedthat eleetedtbdt electedtht
that will choose a member of the United UnitedStages Cltedstiles TJnItedSt1ec
Stages Senate to succeed Gecrge e Peabody PebodyWefmore PeshodyW PeabodyWetmore
Wefmore W fmorl whose term will m1up1re expire March March4o7
4 4o7 4o7Rode M07 M07Kbode
Rode iJoRode Rode Island J although OtISh popularly sup suppoded cupped
poded d to be rockribbed in its Republi Republicanism R8PUbUcaJttsm Rapubilcaiksui ¬
canism and immovable in its it devotion vot1oft to tothe tothe tothe
the basic prjbep PtJbap1 JhpIi oT te ti Republican RpublIcanp3ttyprlteCUcfl Republicanparti
parti P1ttprctecUeJ prtecHcn ifelieme 1eme Industries lac1wstrteafta8 lac1wstrteafta8than laduetrlesh laduetrleshuxue has hasmore
more than once been bee shaken stem to tostern toctu
stern at on local issues and had a Demo Democrat Demoforced Denioaat ¬
crat forced into the executive chair but butnete butnettr butDCt2
nete nettr DCt2 in her history aister has she been stirred stirredin
in R political contest eo te as she is stirred to todayV to toda loTheodoIe
dayV da j
Theodore Tb ore Roosevelt R velt carried t the State Stateby Stlteby St3teby
by the tb unprecedented unJWee den majority m jortty of more morethan MOretban morethan
than T7tts hot the Republican candidate candidatetor candkbietor
tor governor an honest 1HMt8S intelligent but butIIOmewha butomewh3t
somewhat t timid man who had undo undeservgdly u undoservedly de detieJVedly
servgdly incurred tnc rred the dislike of 0 labor or organlzaicns organIzaLna
ganlzaicns nlza 1 D8 squeezed through only onI by a abegrly
beggarly be rly few hundred The governor governorof bovenMKoC governoroc
oC Rhode Island be it known has ba no nopower nopower
power or patronage whatever Ho fe a angvrehed ailgiwehe
ngvrehed ilgiwehe d pure pur and simple mple hut the themoral tJNntOral Uiemoral
moral effect oC his defeat would be die dteastrous dieastr01 dieastrouc
astrous to his party jast j2 t the same sameIlail aRMUall cameHail
Hail to Repudiate Buss BussToday Bus BusToday Ofil OfilTDdA7
Today that thtIOYemor governor George H H Utter Utterto UtterIe UttorIa
to running rUnnift again a and Dd so hot has the ract ractbeen ractbeen racebeen
been made for htm him by the elements elel whohave whohave who whohave
have banded together t ether under the name of ofth ofthe ofthe
th the Lincoln LinColn party of Rhode Island I to de defeat ftf doteat ¬
feat f at the Republican Ucaft oligarchy tarcby that he hehas hehas
has ben en forced publicly to throw tbn w over overboard overboard ¬
board the boss beesT of o the Republican RepubUcanchlne ma machine machfle ¬
chine by admitting that he beto hr a menace menaceto mnoCeto
to the best Interests Ie of the State Stat Sta and andpromising aMpromisins andpromising
promising whether elected lor < r defeated t tdo tdo
do ail In his power to remove reBIItdae the blot blotIr blot t tIrm
Irm 1r m her escutchecn rncucbetnThe i iThe IThe
The Lincoln Ln Ln oln o1n party is composed of Dem Democrat Democra Dernticran ¬
ocrat ocra and aJMIlnckpes4le Indcpeadoat t Republicans wta wtareCh i irtsclvng 4 4resclvng
rtsclvng reCh to bring to a focus rO dII the inter Intermittent i imittent j jmttlent
mittent unorganized uno luzed efforts of f the t e pas pasfew pa pafew i ifew
few years aimed at hreakiag down toe toeRepublican t tRepublican j
Republican maehtee nominated nomltetl1a in May Mayat Ma7at MUat
at a primary convention the first rst in inStates the t j i iStates
States history hisL 17 a candidate f fwr r United CnttedSta Unitedtate j
Sta States tate tt 5 Senator m In the peison of CXI CvlRobut ClRotxrt I IRobert
Robert Hale Ins Goddard and around anouuhis aroundhis i ihis
his standaid sLandai have gathered the forces foveetthat forcesthat I Ithat
that are almost hysterical m fa their Ulelrto sea seato wato
to wrest the tb control of political interests lateftaqState ietereasSiate interestsState
State and Federal from the hands U Uthose 4 4thc titbae
those e who have so long held K KPromlMc It ItpromlHe ILPromiNe
PromlMc Liberation from Trusts TrustsThe TrUlt8The TrustsThe
The members of the Lincoln party ar arf arc arcoptclfc arpcIflc <
f peclfic > in their charges cbar against t then thenopponents thellopponfnt thetsoppoflents
opponents aptfjn lta jnf e ei4 mft ilngaod djnjr f1 and promis promising Jl9mJsinf pr mils milsing ¬
ing reforms litey ffney 1ey aim first to elect a amajority amajJrlty ainaJrfty
majority of Liicolnites to the genera generaassembly generaaseemblyL
assembly tis6emblrLl Li cyder that provision may be bemade bemade bemade
made for or the adoption of a new constitu constitution COtulion constatution ¬
tion to replace N the t Integrated t ted document doe j junder I junder iunder
under which whi the Republicans control au aulegiciatino I j I
legislattoa legt and patronage pa patrgpby by giving gfv1 lIttle MtUecountry mUeocVlntJY lIttlecQLntry
country tpwns 19 equal represen 1UJ repreceaat Uoi with withthe withItie
the tbccitiell cities of I the Slate second to drive drivefrom dd ddrom drlvtirom
from rom the Sttehouse SC hOU5e the Repuottoan Repuottoanb
b bs ss Gen Charles R It BrayU Bratvn > n the the1lind thehlind theblind
blind man who W hot although dw holding no of ofrtct otI otIrtc oflice I
lice is neverthclew neverthtlaaexbrcise > oiuiarty raT uy oed to toextrcise tiOe
extrcise e rclse absolute control over legtsiatkm legtsiatkmwho lectionwho legeslatleawho
who passes or Defeats every measure bj bja b ba ba
a mid d slid d Who is the sellcon ceiconleaed teased paid paitll paitllattonley i iattorney Itttney
attorney of certain power Powerut powerut ul cort COINra cor wraUtHU ratMm ratMmnd J I
and nd tattri to topn put t an et eI < d to what tney tneyciiarge toe I
ciiarge t 4 ila rge has long lo been the practice Jlrae oe of con controlling coctioiling ¬
trolling t mHio legislation patronage patrona and elec elections elections conI tec tections ¬
tions by the c eolrrtlpt rr pt use of nwn mpey at < y by byUriving b btlrlln btr1ving
Uriving tlrlln Mr Wetmore WetMore from the Senate Senateand Senatean4
and sending in hs IL pce p CoL Goddard a alifelong RlifeIcng aUfekng
lifelong Republican Itep olican a manjuiciurer manjuiciurerwhose manclurerwhuse manJacLurerwtiose I
whose wealth much of It derived fr trym trymt frmhe ra raHie
t Hie he beneRts benel ts of a protectlne tariff is ver versreat verI vergreat
great Teat but ut who stands since his nomina nomination DOIIIiDadon nomfastion ¬ I
tion pledged to work and vote for tariff tarttlis artftI j jiwison
I iwison is on to help down d > WA the boss boss and andto andu i ito
to u aid I d in puaisatng PU dUDb those who would sea sear 4 I Ir
r purchase the electorate electorateIcotle etecioratePeople I
People Fisbtiugr for nu Idea Ideavol IlOaol
vol 01 ol Goddard 4 a ftnc type 8 of the theAmerican Uaernerlean theAmerican I
American aristocrat wealthy proud Pnt ex exclusive cxLIUSIVO ¬
elusive lving lri out of teach t teic ach with wtohJa has fel fellow tellow ¬
low 10 man in his pretentious Providence Prortdenceresidence Profflleaeen Providenceresidence I
n residence sidtnce Hcpe lIC HGpe4on pe4on on House in the winder winderat wifterat wnerat
at his country iutry txJ estate te Pouowomut Point Pointin NAt NAtin ulnt ulntin
in Narragjito U Bay or Qj In Europe fa faht 41tilt 4i 4itI
tilt tI < ht > summer and appearing appeart aDIOl aDIOlIMtghbol8 amojg BJI BJIneighbors h5neighbors
neighbors only on in nuoiic or ceremonious ceremoniousoccusons aereIIIOILGUtica csrernonousoceasons
occusons ca ons He is patriotic wiia wit a credit creditable crecLtable creditable ¬
able a tlm ttmy i my tierce rvce and pdMtcspiriced pdMtcspiricedUwabid pbllceIIla pbIIcepirodiawabidng
Uwabid la wabjdng ng ciiuritable fair dealing deaUaShis wUh wUhills wLhhis
his employes empl y s and correct in hts private privatelife privateJite privateflfe
life to the l last degree Pie Ie Is It s however howevernearly howeverarly flowovernetrly
nearly > arly st v cnty cnt a id d would W u1d be absj as aseffective asdrectie asetteetive
effective in Washington Washin in changing e the thecourse UteCQun thecourse
course > e of legislation leglsla oa as a Senate elLte page pageBut P510But
But h he sands ands for an idea and IM Jtu Jtuhlea Ius this thiside thisldet I
ide hlea tiiat tia has taken ta hewd d of RLode Rio Is Iskuiders I I1adere
kuiders lder as no political p > Utlea1 issje over before beforelis lfereIas I I1a
lis 1a done T I Be Sta Sae e rvaily seeow at last hutto lastto lastto
to be aroused and the bll bitterness of the thefight thetight i itight
tight will leave Its scars for many a long
day a to come comeAll CCIMAU comeAll
All Cry Cr Against Blind Ross UossThe DO RossThe J JThe
The blows bIowntha ibaa thai J have lvebeen been a aM d are being beinggiven 1tetngghen beinggiven
given on both sides are very serious Rrlous foi foitho fOith fo foth
tho th campaign has resolved itself Into latoor Intopersonal or orpersonal t tpersonal
personal warfare in which socUl 1 circles circlesbusiness c Cen Cenbuothec des desbust1efa
business firms eddcaiional edllCa ioaal covanes covanesclubs catri catriduha coerlescluba
clubs and e en religious r ua organizations organizationsare o doas doasare
are divided among themselves Ttt Tttt i itacks at a atka i itftCka >
tacks upon Boss Bo Brayton here borne bornefrom Ci ornofiom I Ilom
from lom every eer quarter and the charge chargeagiinst chaft
agiinst g linst him ax a a a corrupt and arbltratfjr arbltratfjrboss ubtt arb4ttsbos ttJ ttJbo f
boss bos of the KepubLcan majority hi the thegeneral dIegeneral thegeneral
general a aFe aenbIy ce nbly gve chapter and ier verse versefor e elor 1 1tor
for the illegal tII pl and immoral acs e s laid atl gt gthis t this
his door doorThe doorThe
The Th clergymen c rgymen are crying mt against againsthim a agalnmhim IMI IMIhim I
him from the pulpit tiio reputable Provi rr rovj vt vtnce ¬
dence nce Journal unique In its Influence Influenceearly laatlmet inumcearly
early t urly in he n no campaign camp p opened Its qo qoumns QOIJ QOIJumDS QoijumnB
umns to his detraction and in feet feetelands sot sotrtands i itt3nds
elands sponsor spon ot for the indlctmM tiidleunaigatnst i iagainst i
against him Cia of high hl b p 8fJ iepne pate are areon ann areon
on n the public platform day and night nlgnlTtllblnd 1IIgbtptllbln nightrtllbtncl
Ttllblnd l ns n fur fldthe ferth the L Lncoi1 ncoU party and andthe andtho ad I
the th nire n tr Stit Sllte ie aftarne aus ovpr ov uvr the dl dlufcslon die dJeuulon dieusIon
ufcslon now for the lirst Ih Urn mo carried carriedo I
o On Oi In tle open as a to the Iniquities of ofth o oth otth
th s blind driver of o those who are ir irj IrSm3 IrP1
j P1 > l f s y j r i iSmalf ISma1
Smalf Sm3 t wcnd wcnr Tnder sr perhaps that In te face faceo fa faceot
o ot such l uh a fire the Republican candidate 1
for forgovernr govern Sovernr r repented at the very moment momentwhen momentwhen momentwhen
when Congressman Capron and his bold boldparty boldparty boldparty
party colleagues wore declaring UUter there is isno IsDO Isno
no heM its It all libel and promised to hep hepbreak htpubrk hpbrnak
break Brayton The governor was waslightening wastightening waslightening
lightening his load preparatory rcparnt ry to heavy heavymarching hGtlYmaching heavymacbIng
marching Whether he will gain the goal goalthereby
1 1 thereby qe remains to be ssen ssenTurn 3OflTurn en enTurn
Turn Batteries Intt rle on onQoJ Ccl pl Colt ColtSenator CoUI ColtSenatot
Senator Wetmore is I notaecuaed not aecu5ed of be being be beIng being ¬
ing boss He I Ii charged merely mer ly with be being be beIng beIng ¬
ing a nobody D a stranger in the State Sb1t and andthe andthe endthe
the rubber stamp of Senator Aldrich Aldrlchconceded Aldrichcon0 Aldrichcono
conceded con0 cono 4td ded tobe to be the brains of the JtepJb JtepJbHcan RcaPJbJlean flepth flepthhoes
hoes purty in tho State as S he is a pwer pwerin p Jwer JwerIn werIn
in the Senate Mr Wetmore Is an a open opencandidate openeandldate opencandidate
candidate for reelectioni reelecUon but it Is a can candidate caadldatoe cutdidate ¬
didate against him not yet CL officially named nameqon namedon
j Ion on whom wb in the tb batteries of the LIneo Lln Llne n nparty ni aparty
j i party are trained This is Col Simuel SimuelPoneroy SDtueiPo SintuelPoero
i Poneroy Po Poero ero1 Colt president pr 6ld nr tf > f the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Rubber Company ComP ny and president of oftho oftho ofthe
tho Industrial Trus Company of Provi Providenee Proldonee PrvIdense
dense the third largest financial institu institution InttWlion iastIuxt1n ¬
lion in New England with deposits of ofIf ofnoady ofnearly
nearly ieI ieIIt > e eIf
If the general assembly s embly contains dontains ntoln a ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of Republican Col Calt C > Jt will form formally forMxlly formally ¬
ally announce his candidacy against againstSenator 8gan6 8gan6Senator gaThsSanetor
Senator Wetmore Until that is decdedf decdedfhe decfde decfdeho decded decdedhe
he makes no > sign But But this has not nots notserved
served s rod to protect him He shares with withGen withGen 1th 1thGen
Gen BrayUm the cdlum of the Lincoln Lincolnparty Lince LinceI LIncoLnI
I party andf an of a faction of his own ownHe ownI ownHe
He is represenod reJ as as s the choice of SliD Senator SliDator Sonator ¬
ator jMdrich It Idrlch and the machine and on one of ofI ofthe
i the t > e most t powerful wertul of the sinister poitlcal poitlcalinfluences po po9thalInhluescec l t tj
influences j ft that have brought the S Sa Sate ate into intodisrepute intodisrepute
i disrepute He Is pictured as erie ne of the thepotent thepotent thepotent
potent influences behind Brayton and is isaccused 18accusecl isaccused
accused of pun ing gumshoe method methodsin methodin
in order to obtain by sealth what whatM whatMWuJd he hewuld hewuld
wuld not dare to strIve for or in i open com compeUtJon cornpetition
petition petitionSnrf petitionSiit
Snrf Sur Only of otDrnrtoDs Braytons Defeat DctentThe DefeatThe
The Republican party is split in I twan twanover twasover
I over the rival candidacies of Wetmore Wetmoreand WetMoreIUJd Wetinorad
and Colt The struggle itru trugg Is so keen that the theadvertising tINadftItdItt theadverUg
advertising columns < of the local news newspapers IMWIipapers newspapers ¬
papers sr 2n Ailed with black type pe appeals appealsIn
In behalf of one or the oher o lter signed gwed by bythe bythe
the moat distinguished Republican Re ItUeaa citizen citizenof cfd citizensof u
of the State in the face if the fact that thattbe thatthe
I tbe general assembly amembI which wftl not feet eeeta feeta eet eeta
a Senator Sea until January has not yet been beenchosen beenIt beenIt
chosen chosenIt
It fe a fact fact somewhat soqewhat sarting art U Ui te tethe tothem
the them who are Intrtated In the st st4y of ofI ofPOUlcal
i political ccndltions c Ct ndlUoas in the United State Statethat State StateI Statesthat <
that twothirds of Rhode Islands IslaM 11 eatlrn eatlrnpoptilatJcn enlirnpopuletfcn atln
poptilatJcn are D foreigners or of foreign foreignbirth fore4sbirth
I birth That vote must in some way be bedivided beI bedivided
I divided if the alleged al1e ed tendency of tb tbtimes tiH tiHI thtimes
times toward t ward socJa soclalnn ism is to be arresed arresedIt
I It is a more more startling fact still perhaps perhapsthst perlpsthat
that in mere than one town in Rhode RhodeIsland RbodeIslaJld RhodeIsland
Island there are nativeborn citizens citizenswitose cltlzeuwao citizensWitO
witose WitO Illiteracy mttera is more dense de and d degrad degrading degadlag ¬
lag then th that of the worst wor of the foreign foreignelement C foreignelement relp
i element With such c millions who en enpredict C capredict Ii IiprecUct
predict the result of Tuesdays vote Gt It Ithi ItI ItIs
I hi improbable that Cot Goddard the can candUate candidate
dUate of the Lmeoin party part f fwr r Senator Senatorcan SeaatorI Senatorcan
I can win Mr Wetmores etmores successor will willprobabI
i probably probabI be himself hm eJC or Col Colt but the theI thenoesus
I consensus ec use8OS of opinkn oplnk n here is that Uaa t the days daysof dQICof daysof
of Boss Brayton are numbered and andthat andthat
i that the Republican candidate for fori gov governor goveraor ¬
i ernor has not weakened his cause by re repudiating rei repudlatteg ¬
i pudiating him liimBIG 111mi himBIG
I Thousands of Dollars r5 of Hughes HughesNew HughesoneT hughesoney
oneT Find o TnJ Takers TakersNew er8 er8II
II New York Nov 1 aTbere There was more morebetting big bigbetttas 1111JettJab
betttas on Hughes in Walt aJl street today te4Ia7Tile todayThe
Tile odds on the Republican candidate candidatewe ealMlldatewqIe caodatewere
we were e 4 to 1 for large larpta amounts and 4 to 1 1for 1for 1for
for small amount amountThe a1R01QIl a1R01QIlThe aznountThe
The Hearst men were trying to get 1 to toS toi
S at which rate some bets were eleeed dMetteSter cluedyesttrday eleeedyesterday
yesterday yesttrdayFully a aFQlty
Fully JOMXtt we was ready reM for bets on ODHuctes onHugIes
Hughes at 4 to 1 Although bets were eon coastantly eoe eoestantb eonstantly
stantly closed at t this Ual rale the supply of ofHqIMs ofHughes
Hughes money remained 1eJ NeftI seemingly un usdininished
diminished About t 1MM IN was offering of unI at at1to at1toSonIjeazt j
1 1to 1toSonIjeazt 1toSonIjeaztOne to 5 on Hearit HearitOne be1 t1t
One of the big bets bet of the day was wasto we MM MMto llS llSto
to JMW i on Hugfces r ea G Shroder taking the theshort theShort j f fsbort
short end and A A 0 Brwn t Co the long 1oa1 longIt j
It was reported that a bet had been beenclosed hop befDelo8ed hopclosed
closed of o fJO 12 to 5JWI a LO J W Bag BagAy y bet bett1ng J
tng tfn on Hughes and W S S Dugan D a St Co Coen Ceen Coen
en Hearst HearstBagtey HearstBagley I
Bagtey bet SUM 1MM even with Akerown AkertsCoiea Jk JkColes
Coles that Hughes would not get ge et 10JM9 10JM9plurality ltJ ltJphuaJlb IO IOpluraliy
plurality B BIg amounts amoua mount of Hughes Hag cash cashwere eatre caskwere
were tre offering that be would 0 uM get that thatplurality thatplurality thatplurality
plurality pluralityHerbert pluralityHerbert pluralityHerbert
Herbert Einstein representing A A A AHousman AHo AHousman
Housman Ho 4k Co C > was W1I supplied with much muchmoney much5150w ueb uebIIKH
money IIKH on 01 various plurality propositions propositionsHe
He H e offered to bet t 6800 600 even OV that tbat Hughes Hugheswould Hue Huewoud Hugheswoud
woud not get UM ne 8 S M to IMMB that thatHughes j i
Hughes would ouJd not get UMM plurality pJnralityMr pluralityMr I
Mr Einstein made a bet or f6t LCfU C even evenwith evenwith I
with O J Brand tit Co that Hughes H would wou wouidnot d dnot
not have a plurality of 10BM8 108 and nd another anotherbet i
bet or RWt 4 even with AcRerman Coins Coleson COIeca CoinsCD
on the same proposition propositionvail pro propstlouialI litJon litJonall
vail all Brothers placed J5 125 at 4 to 1 on onHughes ORII onHughes
Hughes II j Schenck taking takln the Hearst HrstThe end endThe endThe
The hood of betting business w w wstreqg ws s so sostrong asstrong
strong tnat ttlt K interfered with general seaera11M heel 1IIeM heelnern
ness in stoics on the curb market marketEXPECT marketEXPECT marketEXPECT
Iowa Ion RciinlilicanM Confident Al Although 1 1thonh
though Democrats 3InIe JlnJ c Claims ClaimsDes Claimsl ClainisDei
Des Maines Yol fe Iowa 10 Nov No 3 IPreeIcODt IPreeIcODtat PredcUcm PredcUcmof
of victory ctory by the manager JQ apr of both Re Republican tepvbIlean Republican ¬
publican and Democratic campaign mans managers 1DAag mansgrs ¬
gers g n tonight tot mark the closing clOtJI of the Iowa Iowacampaign I1mcampaJp Jewscampaign
campaign In a signed statement Frank FrankP
P Wo Woods ds chairman of the Republican RepubWcaaState RepvblleaaState RepublicanState
State committee declares dechr 8 that t t the enUrr enUrrState eaUIfState enttwState
State ticket headed Iea < by Gov A A B CB CBmms C Cmins Cues Cuesmine
mms mine will be elected by an average p of 4fit
it 5
The Republicans claim the State Stat leghv leghvlatnre Ie Ie1al1ln legislature
latnre by a majority III rtt > on joint ball IaIlx at sutg sutgcient 52 52dent uta utacient
cient to Insure the election of Senator J JP JP JP
P Dolliver D nher to succeed himself himselfChairman hllUdfCI14Ui1uD himselfChaiiHman
Chairman Miller m of t the Demeeratlt DemeeratltState DemecratltState DemocratliState
State committee halts t thai Porter Wit wllhe Withe 11 11be
he elected governor p overaer by Qt t Isast l HtM and andthat aMthat andthat
that tnert will he a landslide Ja He claims claimathe clabMFovUI claimsUt
the Ut Foanh SsvpaU enth ant Teptli Tet Otasras c Qsr Qsrtional NIt
Ioaal tatr1ot
Deep Deep interest Shown ShOWli in Con Contest Confest Contest
test in New York State Statei StateMANY StateMANY StateMANY
Paris Editors Discn Discuss Situation In Innn IDnn Inon
nn nn Intelligent I te1 gc t Manner 3InnnerPteflhJent 3InnnerPteflhJentnoose IauncrPresldentRoosevelt Prenltlent PrenltlentRoosevelt
Roosevelt noose elt I b Vrniweil Praised for TakIng TaUlnuSides TnkJDgSidellFrnnce TakIngSidesFrance
Sides SidellFrnnce Prance Fear Strength of ofSocialist ofSocl ofSoclahi8t
Socialist Socl Soclahi8t 1 s in the lie New cw Chamber ChamberParte ChamberParll ChamberParis
Paris Nov a 3Amerloe America has already alreadyIsnjTied alreadylrnod alreadyieaiied
IsnjTied lrnod that England is taking tAkinggrentor greater in interest Intoreet Interset ¬
terest in the American oJocIun 0100 lun than in inany InI Inany
I any former year and that the newspapers newspapersare
are devoting greater space to endeavors endeavorsjto endeavorsto ndcavol3I
jto I i te keep their readers informed of the theprogress theprG theprogress
progress prG r of f the campaign and also to en
1 a f ti q l an 1 t < i ts 10 it 88 5 e eand eai 0and
and ai the personalities of the the prlncpal can candidates Cc1nWates candidates ¬
didates didatesI WatesT1ae
j I The same Is true though perhaps in a aleeoer ae alesser
lesser e r degree In France f This his morning morningthe morolngUte morflingthe
the Eclair devoted de ted Its leading editorial to tothe tot tothe
the t e consideration of what w1ta it freely called calledth calledthu calledthu
th thu thu extraordinary Intervention of Presi President Presldmt President ¬
dent Rocaevalt in a State acutest c ntefit This Thf Thfi
i mg I n g < uria d drs s Je e eta his hisi hiscolunt
column coIu American oommunlcatlcn u on the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general issues Involved in next Tuesdays Tuesdaysbattle TUe6days1MIttle Tuesdaysbattle
battle Some Paris newspapers are mak making makhg maklag ¬
lag special a l preparation in an effort to toprocure topreeu toprocure
procure preeu early rl enough ouh for publication on onWednesday onWedoesday onWednesday
Wednesday morning accounts of the vot voting voting votleg ¬
ing ingI
legCalls Calls Them Heaven and Hell HellOne neUOne BellOne
I One editor who Is widely V known jnst jnstevening Iflstevenl Instevening
evening evenl referred ffrrM to his interest IDh lt in what whathe W watIs l lhe
he Is called the two Ha Whea 5Iu 11 asked to toexplain usaplaJn toesn
explain esn be sold MH Heaven and hell hellHe hellHe hellHe
He was speaking peakt g of the th New YorC oara oaraein a8mHis aejitisJu
ein His IT1 faith was so weak and his hisfeat hiteac hisfeet
feat eac so great that t t he said he expected expectedhell expeetedheU expectedhell
hell out be had not abandoned adontd hope hopeHe hopelIe hopelie
lIe ic familiar with American affairs affairsThe arralrsThe affairsThe
The Kdaifs article IB baaed on Secre Secretary Secretary Secretory ¬
tary Hoots speech It praises President PresidentRnojevtits prMldtmtH PresidentRoosevelts
Rnojevtits H OiIflt righteous S temerity in doing doingthe doingtnf doingthe
the uFi up urreeedentad re de ent t d and interesting hattlr thg him himself himIf himself ¬
self If directly In the th campaign fnlp relying up upon upoa upon
on his tremendous trfm us popularity to influence influencethe IAfiaenc8t inflaecethe
the t e people p ople in a thne be really believes believesTn beIffvesdalNIOu believesdaegtsrnu
dalNIOu dalNIOuTM daegtsrnuTao
Tn TM Bcalr says this last wet manifestation manifestationof
of o his hi independence of spirit and his be belief be beU beIlef ¬
lief U t in the relKnco of people pttOpe op upon his hi just justmtcntions julIatcDtion instintentions
intentions will rank s one of his most mostviolent rR05tvtokftt mostviolent
violent wreuchtnss of ptecedent but it itapproves itppruvs
I approves ppreY his action fcnd express exprees the thewich thewtk thewish
wish that Prance had such p President Presidentto
to meet t th ttt socialist menace which con confronts contronta confronts
fronts thlr country countryAlarmed eount eountAlarmed countryAlarmed
Alarmed at Socialists SocialistsThe SocialistsTIM SocialistsThe
The Socialist congress coegre now W in session sessionLlmoges n at atLimoges t tMa7
Limoges may a7 have a marked nlue effect on onFrench CIAFreDell onFrench
French policies Ies In h the now chamber ehamZter sad sadunder adIIDd andunder
under the new aeW ne ministry The thin thing g which whichtbe wlllebtbe whichthe
tbe congress is to deekIe Is the attitude attitadeof attlt attltof attitudeof
of tbe Socialists dab8ta cliImt toward the Clemenceau Clemenceaunriaistrr ClemesicesualslOtJ7 eau eau1IIU7
nriaistrr 1IIU7 t cueorvttve MMcnnutve wriers In warn the theoomivrr LHIT be beuenij
oomivrr IT that the attitude of o the tb Sodas SosteiMs Sedaltits Sodaslain
Ms may be a dread menace e to the t e coon eouniry COUqU7 coontry
try iryThey
They declare re that the source is so nothat real realthat rea1tIIat
that should the French Soeialhrs be aWe ahteto aWeto ableto
to come to an agreement the country countrywould COUfttl7would countrywould
would have ha to defend Itself from them themThe themThe themrho
The Socialist papers pa n on the contrary de decltre de declue dcclir
clue clir that the piny knows its principles principlesand frtnetptesaM Inc1ples Inc1plesend
and win act accordingly 00000d opposing any ef efforts effons offorts ¬
forts to regulate strikes as a one of h hgreat tu tut hegreat
great t tents tentsTbe tetWtaTbe tenetsThe
Tbe jobbery lO of an Egyptian statue atat e e from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Louvre Lou Louv OAd i a concealment t for ten teadaPo tendays
days has led to a demand for beter heterguarding beterrdlr beterguarding
guarding rdlr of the National Mnoevm X treas 1reuuta tieonuse
uta use It is pointed out that althpu aI aJt1ipugt h the thestatoc UIestatae Lbsstatue
statue wan of small value it was ta tatroaJ taan taanfrom < koa koafrom
from a poorly guarded place pI ee containing conuJingge eoattJ eoattJgpter containinggetter
ge getter ter treasures The Egyptian gyIan exhibit exhibitnits exhibith1s
nits h1s six c halls and has ba three guardians guardianswhereas guardianswhereu guathianswhereas
whereas it la ipeinted pointed out the British gal galleriec pJIerieI gallerics
leriec are always afwa guarded ed by b numerous numerouspolicemen numeroupolicemen numerouspolicemen
policemen thus insuring greater safety safetyMme sifotyMate l lJIme
Mme Curie u Professor ProfessorMuch ProefllloMueh JrofcssorMuch
Much interest Is manifested Jaa Ifected in the sp sppearanoe appearance sppeazance
pearanoe next Monday of Mme Curie at attte attke attte
tte Scrbonne where she is to fill her herhusbands I
husbands 1I chair Her B nrst zst lecture will willdeal Wandeal wiltdeal >
deal with the theory of kM in gas aJtd aJtdradJo sedradio nd j j
radio activity activityThere j jThere t tnere
There is f an interesting report in Paris Pri Prithat I Ithat IUtal
that John W Gates Gat ind lid other ther Amen I ICIM Iease
cane are to build a theater ter in the eId eIi4cirt 4d 4dcircus
circus oIr U8 site Ja the tI th Champs Elyeee y e which whichis wblehiii whichis I
is to to run in keen rivalry with the thePoties UteIra11e8 theFnIleg
Poties Marign one of t i La oe e most con n I i
spicuottc pkuou smaller Her theaters In the Champs ChampsElysee ChampsEJysee ChampsElysee
Elysee where English Ueb and Americans Amercansas Amer eans eansas
as well as French ft ek all summer summerAmong iJng iJngAmong IngAmong
Among the provisions of o the govern government pverftJDeft governmeet ¬
meet programme to be announced In the theChamber tbeber theChamber
Chamber ber of Deputies on Monday is I one oneproviding oneprovWbsg oneproviding
providing for the reappointment of French Frenchcommissioners Freneneon Frozencossiinlesloners
commissioners atoners to The Th liague conference conferenceat
at a renewal newal of their powers for SiX sacyears SiXyeaf sixyears
years yeafPOLITICS
Bxtrn Help Needed to handle Cam CamIaipii CamDRIn Campaign
Iaipii Literature LiteratureThe LiteratureThe LiteratureThe
The malls in a number of cities hava havabeen haVfIn havoseen
been n etecged ICI by campagn tampa P litemturw litemturwPermissfcn JtteratUtltPennaton hitsiratuewPermimlon
Permissfcn was w telegraphed tele apbed yesterday by byFirst byP1rwt byFirst
First Aest Assistant Unt Postmaster General GonernlHi GanemJHIcheoek GeneralHIChOOCk
Hi HIcheoek chcock to the postmasters In the tel following fnllewlnt telkwIng ¬
lowing cities to use such substitutes sub tu les as Is Isfound Isf3vn4 Isfund
found De necessary eBnry to handle the malls mallsElmira nuallsElMira mailsElusive
Elmira Syracjee Jamaica Jalll Lyons LyonsY X XY NY
Y Elzaoeth El zabelb Passaic aT and d Bayonne BayonneN Bayonni ByonnN
N J 1 Providence R R L I Hartford HartfordNew Hartford2ew HartfordNew
New Briton Briton and Morlden Coat ConiMilwaukee Con ConiUwukee Coatfttwaukee
Milwaukee Wie vTs Bvanston 111 Spring Sorh SorhfeN ¬
field ilass 1acu Denver Colts and Toledo ToledoOhio ToledoOhio ToledoOhIO
1 lrb a 1 puitulu of t auoai JUIL ii 1 1tXIU > iXW In Inthe Inthe liithe
the city and Judge Herricx ertlc > who ran on onthe onthe onthe
the Democratic P mccratlc ticket also carried the theentire theanUro theentire
entire city by a handsome plurality In Inspite 1nfplte InCptte
spite cf the popularity of President PresidentRoosovolt PresidentRoosovolt PredentRoosovelt
Roosovolt who headed the Republican RepublicanUckot RepubHcnnIckol RepublIcanticket
ticket UckotI
I am growing more confident every everyhour everyhQur everyhour
hour said air Hughas Hug S at State head headuarters headuarters headuarters
uarters today that the people arc with withme withpc withme
me In this fs fgt fgtrln fgltrin t tTin
Tin Faith on McCnrrcn McCnrrcnAs icCarrcnAs
As far as Brooklyn in I concerned the theRepublicans theRepubUC8lIS theRepublicans
Republicans are pinning their faith faithargely faithargely faithargoly
argely upon the bolt of Senator JIc JIcCarren McCarren dc dcCarron
Carren from rem Hearst to carry Brooklyn BroaklynToday Broeklynfoda BrooklynToday
Today the senator took occasion oc 8ion to help helpalong helpalong helpalong
along the defection from Hearst by ex exJlainlng oxmining r rjlalnlngr
mining that the vcttg vttc of the Demoeratie Demoeratiecandidate Democratle2ndidlUe Demoeratieandtdate
candidate will not be counted separately separatelyhftt separatelyhttt aeparatelyhat
hftt there will be no way nY of ascertaining ascertainingcorrectly asc ascertainingcorreoIy rtalntng rtalntngcorr6oIy
correctly how many votes ot s he hegcts hegctsAcoordng gets getsAccording getsAccord
According Accord ng to the election law of the theState theState theState
State State the parties hating the highest highestlumber highestlUmber highestumber
lumber of vctcs are ar entitled to the firs firsind fi fitnd firsird
ind secqnd places on the ballot This Thisrigh ThisTrlgheed Thisrighened
Trlgheed righ eaed many Democrats who wanted wantedo
o vote against Hearst but were afraid afraidthat nfraJdthat afraidthat
that their perty would weu1 l lose Its place on ontne onthe onthe
the ballot It Democrats cut him tco much muchind muchInd mushtnd
ind it he sh wed wed a WgTer vote ote on 0 the theIndependence thtTndfpeadencc theIndependence
Independence League ticket McCarren McCarrentoys McCarrcf13yg McCarrerinys
toys 3yg this tl is net 10 o and that there is not nothe nothe nothe
he lightest l ghtest danger the Democratic Democra lc par pnry J f1ry pary
y will lose it I lip jInt control with the theRepublican lheepubliCILn thetepublican
Republican party of the election mar marhlnerv ma mahltlrv maItlnerv
hlnerv of the t 1t S ate ateMr steYr te ter
Mr r Hearst continues to repent the pre prediction predlethn prodictia ¬
diction from the phtform that he will he heelected hfeJeetccl heelected >
elected by tes Cinrle F Murphy re reiterates r riterates reiterates
iterates his declaration ilot Hearst will willhav willhav willhave
hav have IfTffO plurality in the greifer cty ctyMurpfcy ctvfurpy etyMurpy
Murpfcy said today toda that Tammany Tamm < nY Hall HeHhad HallImd ifallhad
had not received a cent from Mr Hers Henrsftr Hefrstr HersIfs
Ifs eaniptign expanses CX Me and that no such suchcontribution suchcontribution suchcontribution
contribution would b bt accepted if offered offeredThis offeredTtlis offeredThis
This indicates badcat that the Independence IndependenceLeague Inde IndependenceLeague ndenee ndeneeTea
League ue managers mafta < ers are re handling baA lhg the Hearst Hearstfund Hearstfund Hearstfund
Ihmnen Fears I eara Votebuylngr VotebuylngrMax VotebuyingMax
Max 1 F Ihmsen Dams mys 315 Hearst He lrst < will have a aplurality apluraUQr apluralIty
plurality of 0 at leeat ttM Uf if the election electionfe
fe honestly conducted up the u State S at He Hedeclares Hediclaree 1b 1bdiclares
declares the Republicans Republic have a huge hugecampaign hugecampdga hugeesntpaigss
campaign fund and have planned to use U5eIt useit
it in cortTjrtiag voters votersAt tersAt votersAt
At this Chairman Woodruff Voo rutl and the theether theother theether
ether hick lights of the State Stat and county countycotu countycommittee
committee cotu merely MIMftJ laughed They declare declarethat declareth1t dociaret3Et
that under UM new w law forbidding cor corporation corporatjo ocrporetioa ¬
poration poratjo to contribute there th A is no way in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which to raise a big campaign fund They Theyhave Theyhave Theyhave
have declared right along tint they the thehavst theyhavent
havent got enough for the U legitimate ex ex1MftfiC cxpenoss
pense to my ay Y nothing about vote buying buyingIt
It is known however hewsv wnw that tbe Republi Republicans Republic Republicans ¬
cans c have quite quit a tidy bit of money prob probably probbb polably ¬
ably bb onehlf ac much as they used to toraise toIn toraise
raise in a gubernatorial campaign campaignTbe campaignThe < l lTbe
Tbe odds Md 1 the betting market are arestill arestili arestill
still 4 to 1 In favor of Hughes Hu h with litUe litUechance lItCadIa IlWechaee
chance dIa of a change CMJ 4t on Jlo Monday 1da 1daCh iday idayChoirman
Chairman Ch lnnan Woodruff < of the Republican RepublicanSate RepubllanSate RepublicanSate
Sate committee refos refuses today to give gived glv glva givedralod
d dralod a te4 rgnres rpur of the canvass made tp upState tpLale tpState
State Lale H He did repeat however the th state statement statf1MDt statemeet ¬
meet that Hug lgheb would be elected by b bplurality a aplurality aplurality
plurality suWcknly large to rank m make any anyen aJIYer aiiycry
en of fraud lid on toe part of Hearst Hearstsound Hearstr Ijearatosmd
sound osmd rdiculoos rdiculoosHas r dicutoucHai uJ01I uJ01IIfn
Has Ifn Ao o Detailed Figures FiguresWhile FKnreWn FigurciWhile
While e Murphy predicts a plural plaralHy ty of offrom of offront offront
front rCM 1fI fM to ttMft tVO for Hearst la Greater GreaterNew GnRtaNe GreaterNew
New Ne York TortE be acknowledges achOW he 1 had he aa aafigures ROtlOln nofgurse
figures from the assembly 7 districts on onwhich ORwlaleb onwhich
which to hose Me estimate NU H He simply simplyexpressed limplyeXpreIred simplyexswesed
expressed an opinion OI laIOIL Late trough tr t b bwilt IMI he heviii
wilt receive th the report of the district districtleaders districtleaders lIJtrfotle
leaders le den of New York Couy and 34 then the he hemay hemay bemay
may give a detailed esclrrate tst ral or not a aoe atao ataoostding ac according ¬
cording oe lftg to the agnres The Tb district lead leaders lenders
ers report are us usiahly jaUy 117 all 11 right bit batI the theUnder theIer
Under I of Tammany T JtaM H may In his It dls dlseretlon dtereotloA dl dleeton
eretlon give pv thorn out Hi the term termmutch rm I In Inwhich
which they are received or modHled to tosuit tosuit tobutt
suit the occasion occasionBefore oeeasicuPefore
Pefore the teat Presidential Prt eioatlon eioatlonMurphy Caetlon elastionMurphy
Murphy predicted a big bI maJrlty for f Par Parker Prk Perher ¬
her k r in this city after he had received the thedstrict tMdstrlct thedstrlct
dstrlct reports Later lAt be acknowledged acknowledgedthat acnoledgedthat acknowledgedthat
that his prediction was a bluff awl that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the dlf district trfct leaders reports showed nearly nearlythe AearbtIte nssryth
the th exact election ftgurea ftgureaA ft reL reLA
A reporter 1port f has had confidential talks talkswith taJkswltb talkswith
with a maj majtfity rlty of the Tanunaay T district dtatrietleaders tlaet districtleaders et etlea
leaders lea in the list few days and bc ala alsobtained dobutlDed alaobtstned
obtained confidential co1 dertUat estimates from local localRepublican localRe1csa I IRepubltean
Republican leaders Estimates for pabl pal pubInation l lcatJOft
nation are worth worthless To sum up the theopinion theopI01t theoppio
opinion the leaders lead on both tq w sides M wlh wlha
a strance unanimity agreed < rn this p win IPinthat winthat ln lnthat
that Hearst is not likely to gt onvhalf onvhalfof on haJf haJfof ha1fof
of Colors eo plwsJ plvraiy y In I Kttthat is is 13MW 13MWand usa usaaDd l2303and
and that if le wins wt be most poll sn ex extracrdfcary ext OXtrscrdhary
tracrdfcary t nlmry vote ote up the State The mane managers me mers manegore ¬
gore rs 111 n both sides es have Uken private prtnl8polls privatepolls
polls in M Manhattan ahatt n und DeI the Ut Brms x They Theyhave TM1have Theyhave
have fornd fo nd that Hearst Ht arst > has lost Ios strength strengthin
in Manhattan since ace lat yea that the theloss thoJoss theloss
loss is mainly amen among labor men and that thatonly tMtonl thatonly
only onl an upState revolution can save vo hint htmPoll hll1Ipon hintPoll
Poll of Labor I Made MadeThe MadeTb UutleThe
The Tb following follo statement tatem Dt may be ac accepted accept socepted ¬
cepted cept as absolutely correct A man high highin hip1M hIghis
in the councils of Tammany Halt who whohas whoa whohoc
has a in almost every instance predicted predictedelection predlotede1ecUoft predictedelectiost
election result renl correctly made mad on his hisown hhlOR hisown
own account a poll of freight freJg t handlers handlersand hasKllersnd handlersand
and nd dock laborers in ten different beau loealitffs JocaUUes beautes
tffs In Manhattan These men were werepolled werepolled werepolled
polled m In the municipal l fight ft ht lat year CIlr so sothere 50there sothere
there was a baste of comparison The re result re resuJt rasuit ¬
suit showed that an average of M per percent pernt percOat
cent nt of the men who were for Hearst He rst last lastyear klstIM lastyear
year IM are cppcsed to hips new newThe newThe nowThe
The result astcntehed the Tammany Tammanyman TanwutYmIUL Tainmziyman
man If there re had been some defections defectionshe deteeUoahe
he would not have been surprised But Butit ButIt Butit
it so happened that in every one of the theten thelf1t theten
ten canvass culv canvasses the result re uU was the same sameOf SRnteor sameof
Of course these t straw votes are often oftendeceptive Oflfndeceplve oftentiecep
deceptive tiecep lye but this one was taken by a aTammany aTammany aTammany
Tammany leader who w desired earnestly earnestlyto
to show that Hearst was more popular popularthan POPUlartitan popularthan
than ever When the ngures figures came in he
Hudsons New Variety VarietyOur Store StoreOur
Our entire store is not completed but we have opened our ourstreet F Fstreet Fstreet
street store and to induce you to visit it and get acquainted with our ourF ourF ourF
F street location we have arranged many unusual bargain induce inducements inducements inducements ¬
ments for Monday We shall be pleased to welcome you at our ourhandsome ourhandsome ourhandsome
handsome new place of business
14pin t Sam Samlet SamIf Seam190
let If > fS s Dsh Pans Pansregular PanSi
> regular value valueor1
P 2ac Monday Mondayregular M nday nday19c
19c 19cOplnt 19020pint
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regular value Sic c Monday Mondayular MondayIplnt Monday4pint
Iplnt Drip com Coffee e Pots reg regnitty 350
ular value vn1q 45c < 5q Monday Monday3pInt tIondIlY3plnt Monday3pint
3pInt Seamless SeamJe Rice Boilers Boilersregular 30c 30
regular value 48c 4tc Monday MondaySplnt MOfdayIpint Monday8pint
Splnt Lipped Cooking Ket Kettles KettheE ¬ I ItIe
tIe theE regular r value 2Se k Mon Monday < 19c 9
day dayGalvanised dayGalvani dayGalvanized
Galvanized Galvani ed Ware WareM fJaremodlumdz Waremediumsized
M mediumsized d heavy Gah Gahn GahnTUbs GalvanlnSd GalvanlnSdTubs anlaed anlaedTabs
t TUbs regular value 75c For ForMonday SOe Cft
Monday MondayLarge to toLafltC OUC OUCLarge
Large LafltC Gtlvanlzed Coal HOt Hod i regn regnter rguIstr
j ter vaiu veins 4 4le e Mop 25c 25c4gal1en 9C 9Cday
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4gallon Galvanized Garbage GarbageCans GUMgeI Garbageregister
Cans re regular wlar vt1u tiuf 11 iCe Mon on 35 35Large
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I Large elu Iz Foot Tu Tubs gamnlzd fgatVantzedregulac gamnlzdregutU
j regutU wil value 4te 4 f0ll 25
I a aI atty atty2ga41on c cI
S t 2ga41on ga4ioo Ash cM ns uncovered with withriveted wIthI wIthriveted
I riveted day daySame side handles I Mon Monday ¬ 100 100I 100S1me 1 A It Itday
Same with 1th covers 136 u
j i Hudsons New ew Variety Store StoreI
F and 10th I 0th Streets Near Southeast Corner
CornerjJ jJ
reached the conclusion mentioned above abovethat above abovethat aboveS abovethat
that Hearst has lost strength in New NewYork NewYerk NewYork
York County and that he can win only onlyby onlhy onlyby
by polling an extraordinary vote above abovetbe a
the Bronx BrcnxNo BronxNo <
No pretense is made at Tammany Hall Hallthat HalltIaat Hailthat
that Hearst will make a great run in tote totecity thIIIcUy thiscity
city Murphy XurphTJSd and the most t extravagant extravagantcalculator
calculator ealnl tor at the Hall do n nt t claim more morethan ORthan morethan
than 39000 OO to 100008 in Greater New York YorkIt YorkIt j
It is usually safe Mb fe to cut such 8 ngures Jtcur dgures in inhalf lahaltto Inbait
half haltto to make them correspond e ITes1 Oft1 with 1t1l the tbeelection theeleeU theelectla
election eleeU R results r Its but even If It is conceded concededthat concededthat
that Hearst will have eve tt r re phtrftllt be below B Blow below ¬
low the iii Bronx it should he remembered rememberedthat rt1MMre4that rememberedthat
that Ceisr Colors s 13M 1 tiuss mfcjorttr Ia Greater OnateiNew IJresterNew
New York did 4 id not make him M governor goir goirTnmmnnT gosernorTammany
Tammany Gives Up State Utte Tlcfcet TlcfcetA T1oletA loket loketcolumn
A column of tdecUn oIec 1t figures Wes might b be beSiven belveft begiven
given and deductions might he drawn drawnrrom drawnrom drawnrum
rrom rom the votes in every gubernatorial gubernatorialaunppjgn g1IHrnatortaJamPfl1gn gubornaterisiampp1ge
aunppjgn since the RepublIcans Repu s gained gainedControl gainedontro4
Control t ol of the th State in lift but but as asnaUer a anatter
natter of fact fut the Tammany TamMaa leaders leadersv Je8denave lesdetseve
ave v give gIon 6111 up ngvrlng ftgvb on the Sate ticket tickethey tickethey ticketbey
hey under uooersaad and tlureufbly the slwatlsn slwatlsnelew ci uUJU uUJUelw uatbzielew
elew > the Bronx they have ye thrown thro throbell tbrow up upheir u uheir
heir bands and they t acknowledge aeJtaow e m net JMtor netor t tor
or publication pv that Hearst must uat look lookupState kupState leekupState
upState for his sarvtUcn sarvtUcnMerrevor saJvatkaIoN9YC1r selveticeMoreover
Moreover the indlrldml 1a lvd31 district dlatnctclont leaders leadersdont lendersdont
dont take the pains to make pretensss pretensssA prete preteossA s sA
A reporter who visits Tammany daily dailyhas ftjt7Itac dajIylia
has lia net met a single 1Itftg leader who would wouldaxpress would3q wauldsxpresn
axpress 3q > req for publication publica tton or not t for publi publication Itublltlon publiatloti ¬
cation tlon his opinion that Hearst would Ovid te teelected 1 1elected e eelected
elected All ef these leaders speak with withome Withome withome
ome enthusiasm abeut their Icoal l caI ticket ticketI
I hat JE the only onl thing In i the campaign campaignhat campaignhat
hat seems ms to interest them th When WhenHearst WhenHearst WhenHearst
Hearst is mentiraed they say He HetlM is isthe isthe
the regular candidate of toe tb Democratic Democraticparty DelDOOrttlcm Democraticparty
party m We are regular and we will sup support APport support ¬
port him That is I the full extent of th titrmnoany the thersmany
Famirany cntlrslssrw fnthsI 8 for or Pargt PargtAs srs srsAs SrsAs
As to the Tamminy judiciary ticket ticketthere
there is something Mire real eonrdence eo dence at atthe attM
the Hall that it will be elected The or organization organlz organizatlon ¬
ganization ganlz lon te I making one of the erect
fgbts of i 15 s life for this ticket Uektt and It Itwould ItWDuld ftWould
would be silly to say that it has not a agood Itgood agood
good chance to win winBOTH winBOTH winBOTH
Labor Vo Vote ofe < e Expected to Be Dccldln DccldlnFactor Deciding DecidingFnctor DecidingFactor
Factor In That City CityBuffalo Clt CltBuffalo CltyBuffalo
Buffalo Nov NO 3 3RepubUean Republican leaders leadersclaim 188d4PSclaim leadersclaim
claim Erie County for Hughes by It a com comfortable oomfortable oemfortable ¬
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In JUt 1 Brie de Cjcttty went S M far 4f Van VanWyck YanW VanWyck
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There are MIM voters In Brie Coun County County Coinsty ¬
ty while h organized labor has a member membership MelDberhi memberihip ¬
ship hi of iMNL 011 The water front laborer laborerand l isererand r ralHi
and many man of the factory end d shop hands handsare haDfJsart handsare
are for Htsrsi They believe they se sen S SD ses sesen
en n hour a a day ay less work with him as asgovernor au1C asgcvern
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Three weeks ago It looked as if the tbedefections tlHs thedatct1sis
defections among s the regular Democratwould Democrats Democratswould 5 5would
would he so great gree as to send Hearst Hearstdown Harstdwwa Hearstdswit
down to overwhelming defeat In this thiscouaty Ud6ceullY thiscounty
county but since then many of the reg regal r08uhr regam ¬
al uhr it leaders are pulling with Hearst HearstThe HearstThe HearstThe
The recent re conviction of three Republi Republican Republlea Repubilevs ¬
can ea county CJUAt officials here has hurt the Re Repaatfeans Re RepubIIcaH Repebticane
paatfeans locally b If the disgruntled Re RepubHcans Re Repultllcau Republicans
publicans are paired It looks look as if the thelabor tJaelabor thelabor
labor vote would be the deciding element elementHEEING elemeaLHERING elementHERING
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was we made today that Henry H r W Herlaf Herlafcashier HeriAIcaahlor Herin Herincashier
cashier of the th Milwaukee Avenue State StateBank StateBank StateBank
Bank until its collapse c l1ap has concluded to tothrow toUsNW tothrow
throw himself on the mercy ef the court courtand courtand courtand
and plead guilty to grand larceny and andforgery andfwgerr andforgery
forgery This statement was made mad this thisafternoon tbJsattrneon thinfternoon
afternoon by Attorney Robert E L Cant Cantwell Costwell t t1ell
well after a talk with States Attorney AttorneyJohn AttorneyJolan AttorneyJohn
John J Healy HealyMr Heat HeatIr Healyr
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Camwell that Herins Her has agreed with withhim withhim withhim
him to plead guilty to the larceny and andforgery andf andforgery
forgery f el charges Mr Healy added deled that thatin thatI thatlp
in I view ole or what Hosing told hint concern concerning concernlag
lag 1 the acts of Paul P ul O Stsnaiawl Bless Stensland Staaland Blessland
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