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Who all Oinly Cab"t the Asia thme in was ahnest With the eee S me mstbers et President .ietiaW faaiy ae ftof the ead=rs of the various par rted for their homq _ their partisan chorts t Wilsea. Secretary Tumulty w White House staff, have voted and will await results quietly The Secretary of the Treasury er. Houston have paired their with Republican friends and Watch the returns at the Trea with Secretary of the Interior marten Payne. tory of Agriculture Meredith ailed his vote to Des Meines will join Secretary of War Bak' r election party at the Department gri ulture. Secretary and Mrs. voted by mail some days ago. ter General Burlesea will g back to Texas to vote, and Secretary of State Normas H. will keep informed of the trend blots at the National Press Club. PALMER IN P'UNSYLVANIA. Attorney General Palmer will spend the day at his home in Stroudsburg. PI Secretary of State and Mrs. Colby 'Peegone to New York, and Secretary o ithe Navy Daniels left last night fir Raleigh, N. C. Secretary of Com ewee Alexander has concluded his ri campaign and is resting at n, Mo., while Secretary of Labor le' is anxiously awaiting results I Pennsylvsgnia. sas ansce Paul. chairman of the egssative committee of the National Women's party and Mrs. Maud Wood I . chairman of the National League Women Voters, will receive reports of the election here, each having voted by mail. ise. Abbey Scott Baker, political ....an of the Women's party, ~ill be able to vote. as her husband h established a legal residence in tIe District of Columbia. ls Mabel Beardman. Distriet Cem ui/ener, and Mrs. Clara Sears Tay &W sent eemmisalseer, fermerly one 'f the leading suffragists of Colorade, q have been deprived of their hal as they are residents of the Nearly everf Republican leader has left Washington. EAYY WOMAN VOTE AMSNEWNGLAND Polls in Congested Centers In adequate Under Onrush of New Suffrage Element. IOSTON. Nov. 2.-An extremely bowy early vote, with thousands of wiOsen casting their ballots for the ,#M time, was reported from various sdoions of Nw England today. So heavy was the women's vote that pding facilities in many of the con eenters of Boston and other proved inadequate. Long lines eters, with women predominating. fee heurs wafting to vote, was threatened in the east sensa of New England. The sections of Maine, New and Vermont were with guar. ECTION RETURNS 'Sdd returns will be reseived by of the City Club and their at the clubhouse, Farragut orom 6 to 12 o'clock tonight. A Seol leased Western Union wire been installed. Members of the bhae been invited to take their ad ladies will be especially cim.There will be special din a- and bfset servioe during the Napgood, faous editor, e r ad erities ad formner msinister ge Denmark. wIll addres the club's wgekly forum lunoheon at 1.3:30 to intoew at the clubhouse. CUJD S .UPM I&SUE 'The Cummte-Nach law is a su gegme lssue in this election," do. elie. a statement ised today by the natienal campaign committee of the sixteen associated railway labor organisationis, urgipg the three mail lion union railroad workera to go to the polls today to vote against all members of Congress up for re election who supported the traaspor tailon act and all candidates who have not pledged themselves for its repeal. TAKES PAIN OUT OF RlEUMATISM Keep Sloan's handy for heckeehe strains and sprains, too IWAANS Liniment has been sold for 80g years. Today, it is mere Spopular than ever. There can be but one answer-4loan's produces results. ,Applied without rubbing, it pene tratee to the afflicted part, bringing relief fromn rheumatic twingees t e ransthe result *o tet. , it leaves no museiness, shin ~au ire botl forfCmter eno ~EeddYu 7cdru gist has it. Three JIM! '141 MAP AL w~~ 1 _ Our hero, his bride and t) their urbane advance agent, buildings. But somebody slit N. Y. EXPECTS CLOSE VOTE ON GOVERNOR .ieutenants of Both Smith and Miller Claim Their Can didate Will Win. NNW YORK, Nov. 2.-One of the closest gubernatorial votes in the history of New York State was pro lited by political prognostielans here today. Both of the lieutenants of Governor Smith and those of his Republican opponent, Judge Nathan L. Miller. predicted large majorities for their respective banner bearers, but unin terested onlookers agreed that the winner may come out of today's poll ng by only a slight margin. Chairman Glynn, of the Republican State Committee, today said: "Miller will come to the Bronx with a plurality in the up-State counties greatly in excess of the original esti mate of 367.000." He added this esti mate was "conservative.9 Governor Smith declared: " am confident of re-election be cause when a man has given the best that Is in him the great mass of the people never fail to recogn ize it, no matter what attempts are made to mislead them in the course of a parti san campaign." PGGY MARSH TO FIGHT FOR FIELD'S MILONS LONDON, Nov. 2.-Peggy Marsh, the American actresm, who is waging a legal fight for a share of the vast state of the late Marshall Field, ofCiago fr eher little sonToy e'I amgong to keep up the battle n the American courts," said Miss arsh. "Not that I want any of the oney for myself; I want it only or my boy. I can support myself. Iami going to fulfil a theatrical ontract on Broadway while I am a New York." TODAY (Contiaued from First Pagse) have done that for our railroeds. The nadion thatjt eamsfrom the deadening se f ewage sysm, gives workmean a real in terest In the busiehm-not a swin dling, unreal Interest of the "Don't owant to buy some of ourj ferred steck?" order--will e the question of predanion. At the Bflmere Hotel, In New York cityb wa of moral up lift, "ufiversity ad priman grad ~ socety ledrand out wll ,t~thW and lit te be towiome, and e wi beprise fights, knoshdowns, bloody nome, and perhaps knockouts. So the an onomenet read yesterday morn es i magin a mese esm plts combaio of stupidity and brutality? Boy. led lnte evil by full gonmen are inade to witeus deading brutal fate with the stpid notion that Iey will then listen to "u lift" talk. They will mew the fgtad be made more brutal by tefighting, ad they will NOT listen to any of the uplift platitudes. You might as well anneunce a morphine party for women with a moral lecture attached. Among wellmeaning men there are some superlatvely stupid. And noth-. la smore dangerous than a well IY AND H 0~ ~e (Copyright. 1930, by ' s ternat ie fourteen children, in the hc to get them a map of that ped George the wrong map. (TO E 00 Take Yoi "4Haning will soin by *68 votes -Edward F. Colladay Repubicoan District of Columbia. "Governor Co. will be eleted P is needed is 266"-Joh~n F. Costello, froms the District of Colurmbia. Here is the election forecast in and Democratic leaders, after close All Doubtful States Claimed for Harding, Who Is Credited With 368 Votes. "Senator Harding will be elected President of the United States by 366 sure- votes in the Electoral College, probably by more," declared Edward F. Colladay, Republican na tional committeeman from the Dis trict of Columbia, who is in fine hu mor over the results of the campaign. "Govenor Cox may get 163 votes, but I doubt if he gets even that num ber," said Coliaday. Basing his opinion on a study of report. from all over the country, Col laday declares his personal visit to twenty-nine States convinces him that Cox hasn't a chance in the world. He gives New York to Harding by 500,000 majority and declares that In diana will go Republican by 50,000 and also re-elect Senator Watson. Maryland, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexio, Utah and West Virginia, which the Democrats claim, he pre diets will vote Republican by 'safe miajrities." He also puts Ohio, home Statd of both candidates, in the Re publican list with a majority of 200, 000. Three States, Oklahoma. North Carolina and hannessee, he classes as "poesible" Harding States, and also believes the . o. P. has "good chances" to carry Arisona. BO iJEGGRS HIP IN $65,000 FOR ELECTION Accused by Official of Plot to Buy Schuylkill County. POTT VILi. Pa., Nov. 2.-Charges that bottleleggera' funds in Schuyikill county, to be spent at the election, now aggregate *6I,000, led Auditor General Snyder to declare yesterday that "Tak lag lemsons from their Southern Demo cratic brethren, the bootleggers are en deavoring to buy up men and women of Schuylkill ounty just as the forunen bought and mld slaves in the South. They intend to go the limit to win, and the methods of the Fifth ward of Philadelphia are ild toward some of the things contemplated in parts of Schuylkil county. "They openly boast they intend to buy up every foreign voter. Never was anything done so openly or shameless ly." District Attorney Palmer ised a statement that he had been informed that election off6cers are to be corrupted with money to make a fraudulent re turn. In all such cases he is prepared, ho said, to m~e inunediate prosecution. GRETESSTRAW VOTE NEW YORK, Nor. 3.--The largest Presidential straw vote in any Amer iean educational institution was talk en In New York University, the re suIts of which, announced today, re veal Senator Harding as the winner. The total vote was 8,7d, distributed as follows: Harding, 2,360; Cox, 1,289;: Debs, 719 and Christensen, 10. A feature of the vote was that the University's faculty plightly in-. vored ('ox, casting 50 votes for him as against 43 for Harding. The co eds gave Harding 501 and i'ori 10. The vote was eneucted by the t'nlver pity's newspaper, the WashIngton qarnea Daler. [8 WAR BF eR. GE, ONS lie. onal News Service, Inc.) pe of playing an engagement ty so they can study the lo sa low-down trick! ir Choice out of 51 in the Electoral College" rational committeeman from the 'esident by 272 votes, when all that Democratic national committeeman a mt-shell, as given by Republican study of nation-wide reports. Cox Victory Predicted Without New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, or Jersey. John F. Costello. Democratic national committeeman from the District of Cokim6ia. is enthusi astic over the election of Cox and Roosevelt. In a statement issued today he gave figures showing that the people of the country will return the Democratic party to power, and in his calculations he leaves out the two principal States on the west coast-California and Washington-and leaves out the big States in the East-New York, Penn sylvania, Rhode Island and New Jer sey. "In predicting the election of Mr. Cox and Mr. Roosevelt. and in sub mitting figures to sustain my claim. I am forced to leave from the count eight of the largest States in the Union, principally, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Illinois," Mr. Costello said. "The Democrats will, of course, carry the so-called solid South. in cdud ng Tennessee, with 120 electoral votes. The Democrats will also carry the midwest States of the Ohio and Indiania territory With a total of thirty-nine electoral votes. All the border States. Kentucky, Maryland. Missouri, West Virginia, Oklahoma. with a total of fifty-seven votes, will also be safely in the Democrat c col unmn when the votes are counted. In the East, New Hampshire, Delaware and Connecticut, with fourteen votes, will be Democratic, and in the West. Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Nebraska. North Dakota and Montana will return thirty-nix votes in the electoral college for the Demo crats. This makes a total of 272 votes, when all that is needed is 266." "JIURTA" IN PLAIN U. S. MEANS COMMO0N GARDEN MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Nov. 2 Many of the musical Spanish names which hint of long ancestry and high degree have prosai': meanings, like Baker, Butcher, Fisher, Smith, Shoemaker and the like in the United States. President Adolfo de Ia Huerta's name is melliflunus, yet JHuerta means garden, and if the President lived in the United States he would be Mr. Garden. BRTSH NOBLEMAN WEDS COMEDY ACTRESS LONDON, Nov. 2.-Announncement is made of the marriage of Jose Col lins, comnedy actress, and Alastair Robert Innes-Ker. The ceremony took place 'privately in London sev. eral days ago. The groom is the brother of the Duke of Rosburghe, who in 1302 married May Oelot, daughter of Ogden Goelet. CUBA AIR MALl BEGUN. KEY WEST, Irla., Nov. 2.--Aerial mail service hetween the United States and Cuba wan inaugurated yesterday with the depart ure from key West of twp seap? nes for Havana. Each -of the planes to be used in the service has a capacity of 1,000 pounds of mail. 12 passengers and 4'%f pounds of lugage. On the inttil trip ,trip the planes carried a full list of passengers and a large amnunt of mail. ~IDE CROLL toT ups ROLL iT UP, 'fOPPE in Washington, ask George, cation of the various public BI RHSAS OMAN DIVNE Pastor Clara Gates Quotes Rev elations for Vision of G. 0. P. Victory. NEW YORK. Nov. 2.-The Bible and the cloud formations of the skyl give convincing indication of a Re publican victory, according to the Rev. Clara Wolverton Gates, pastor of the Church of Christ in the Clouds, in Nyack, Mrs. Gates is non-partisan, but she said yesterday that "this will be a Republica'n year if the signs are carried out." For her Biblical authority Mrs. Gates points to the twelfth chapter of Revelation, from whieh she quoted: "And to the woman was given two wings of a great eagle that she might fly Into the wilderness * * " from the face of the serpent." This may be Interpreted, Mrs. Gates be. !levee, as applying to the present election, In which women are coming into the vote and are rallying around the Republican emblem. the eagle. "It might also be said," she added, "that when Christ entered Jerusalem during His first appearance upon earth He entered riding upon an ass, the emblem of the Democratic party. But there are no asses in the clouds' --they are all on earth-and when we look to the second coming of Christ it is logical to conclude that the day of the ass is past and that the eagle and elephant bands of thea clouds bear far more significance and ae faorable to the Republican can Frn .Sham.as fNak know asthe prig Vlleyastolo gistandweater ropht, indstha nlas hitonbe aothergema he aid, ofare usayoexecuier Ppston. Thyaraae leades Rev eloationfferso Visaln ofPei NEDW YORK Nov. 2.-Te Bibl Amvercon'incong diatin ofed poet pucan isato bcconkd in toar r1agi Clas anneroncae poanthe ongaemen Chrhof Mist Einabth Clours, in acnd Jmr.aes onpartian bT he brideterday that younstl beaublicano forer iPrtesins rea micarrion," an ammbro h Fo. hlie, Bipblican athrite fr. Prtesdentin t% the tet capter, nud to the wmarrasge w miEh fyO , iNto v. wil-Automs bile acdet ineewd Yors. States duren Octobercostap7lyinvesto tccordengnt th Republican tembtilem thae York migt aloe sidy-se pdersn durn kis irtaeeracd.o earthoetre Pr ribeo a s rte tble. of tee CDeorFrNatia Buter renaes intecod woe oveorh esend cometing o dhiti i loia to conue. h at Athe af r te as i pastand tha are-faoraee st aeaoc the blian tae dd tes." FrnD .Dhwl.D. o ya NY MAN MAY RFUSE. TLE Seolety Leader Unildd Whether to Aoewpt Barny As Bish ist. NEW YORK. Nov. 2.-Mauries Burke Roche. 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