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HOYNE SAYS: "DON'T LET THE
CITY HALL FOOL YOU"
"Why has the City Hall .machine
been making such a 'pussy-foot'
campaign on behalf of Harry B. Mil
ler?" asked State's Att'y -Hpyne at
the Delano school, Crawford and Wil
cox avs., last night "Until the past
week people hardly knew that Miller
was a candidate. Some, perhaps, do
not know it even y9t.
"The aim of the City Hall machine
is to again fool the people, and it is
making a prize attempt. H it can get
enough members into the 'Half Vote
for Miller club, it expects to throw
enough votes behind Miller to en
able him to win.
"The 'Half Vote for Miller club
has many hundred willing workers
soliciting memberships. Its argu
ment is this: 'Vote for Cunnea to
beat Hoyne; Miller is" out of it' If.
the independent voter to whom the
appeal is made agrees in this view
the Thompson worker congratulates
himself on having successfully ini
tiated another member in the. 'Half
Vote for Miller club.
"This appeal is not made to every
voter. Where it is possible to win a
vote for Miller it is done without too
much oetentation. If the voter re
fuses to even think of considering
Miller he quickly becomes eligible to
membership in the 'Half a Vote for
"Don't let the despicable City Hall
machine fool you again. It was em
inently successful eighteen months
ago and has since been playing a few
jokes on the public."
New York, Donald and David-Mc-Kee,
twins, rescued their two baby
brothers from fire that destroyed
their home while parents were at
tending Wilson Madison Square Gar
Pittsburgh. Steel mills buying
coal at $4 to $5 a ton where they
never before paid more than $1.30
to $2. -
EXPLORER, IN U. S.
New Orleans, Nov. 3. Capt. Sir
Ernest Shaekleton, Antarctic explor
er, arrived here today at the firstN
English-speaking section . he has "
touched since he left civilization two
years ago 'and set out in futile effort
to cross the south polar continent
and the sputh pole.
The explorer arrived fro Colon on
the United Fruit Co. steamer Paris-'.
mina. Shaekleton left for San Fran
cisco, whence he will sail to Welling-
ton, N. Z., and thence to Duseding to
join the Aurqra an dattempt to effect
the rescue of ten companions ma
rooned on the ice-covered Antarctic
continent in the Ross sea.
WANT DEUTSCHLAND SAILORS
FOR STABBING AFFAIR
New London, Conn., Nov. 3. Un
less they succeed in rounding up two
men said to be sailors from German
subsea freighter Deutschland, in
volved in stabbing affair early today,
the local police probably will demand
that Capt Koenig investigate and'
turn them over. v
According to the authorities, one
of the sailors forced his attentions
on girl in restaurant and when wait
er interposed latter was stabbed in
arm with pocket knife. Both men,
hurried ajvay and police search of
Willehad, mother-ship for Deutsch- .
land, was unavailing.
The Deutschland cargo will be
speedily unloaded and work of load-
ing will be hastened.
WAR BULLETINS v
Merlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
Germans lost ground in village of
Sailly on the Somme front yester- ,
day, but repulsed hostile attacks else
where in western theater of war.
London. British troops captured a
German trench east of Guedecourt in
resumption of fighting on the Somme
Paris. French troops re-occupied
Fort Vaux without losing single man.