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tr-. Subscription $1,50 Per Year in Advance "' c, tin enn f t u u)i tit st f iii tow Wwy 1 Pact." .4 Kinds Job Printing JVVw ti's'.r.Htwt. 48th YEAR. HAKTFORD, KY.i WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1922. NO. 40 a s i DEMOCRATIC TIDAL WAVE SWEEPS OVER NATION Stinging Rebuke Given Harding Regime; Q. 0. P. Almost Loses Congress. California, F. W. Richardson, Re- OFFICIAL ELECTIOX RE. publican. j HVLH FOB OHIO COUNTY Colorado, William Sweet, Demo-1 -. crat. I Tne following Is the tabulated vote Connecticut, C, A. Templeton, Re- by'prectnets in the county: publican. j Georgia, C. M. Walker, Democrat.. Iowa, Gov. N. E. Kendall, Repub- PRECINCTS, llcan'. ' o 3 o a Kansas, J. M. Davis, Massachusetts, Gov. Democrat. C. H.. Cox, J. Oroesbeck, A. O. Preus, . ' W. Democracy carried the country Republican Tuesday fo rthe first time since 1 Michigan, Gov. A. 1916. i Republican. Reversing Republican pluralities' Minnesota, Gov." J. which ran into the hundreds of thou- Republican. t sands in the Harding landslide of Nebraska, Charles 1920, the tidal wave against "nor- Democrat. malcy" swept state after state back Into the Democratic column, and sent many G. O. P. Congressional leaders to defeat. How House Stands New York, A. E. Smith, Democrat. With "seven congressional districts Nevada, J. A. Scrugham, Democrat. In four states Kansas, North Dako-' North Dakota. Gov. R. X". Nestos, ta, Washington and West Virginia ' Anti-Nonpartisan. still unreported the roll in the next ' Ohio, A. V. Donahey, Democrat. House stood: I Oklahoma, J. C.,Walton, Demo- Republicans, 220; Democrats, 205; crat. E. Hartford !ZS W. Hartford 44 Beda 38 Sulphur Springs 33 Magau n ' Cromwell 25 Bryan, Coot W , N. Rockport 37 a o 1 . . . - .. New Hampshire, Fred H. Brown, ""li'u" i Democrat. ' oe"JLl 10 New Jersey, G. S. Silzer, Demo- Horse-Branch 45 crat. ! N- Roslne fci. Beaver Dam 61 W. Beaver Dam McHenry Socialist, 1; Farm-Labor, 1, and In- Oregon, W. B. Pierce, Democrat. dependent, 1. The Republican mar- Pennsylvania, Gifford Plnchot, .gin promised to be Increased slightly Republican. In the remaining contests. In the' South Carolina, T."G. McCleod, 1 niaoa Democrat. . w V" " , lTfll Rhode Island. W. S. Flvnn. Dsmo- "DU,U . ... 68 17 N. Ceutertown . . 37 29 . ... 16 .... 42 . ... 22 .... 42 ... 19 29 Smallhous . . . . E. Fordsville . , W. Fordsville j Aetuaville . . . Shreve .Olaton Buford iBartletts 87 now held by Republicans had been captured without a. single counter balancing Democratic loss. ' Senatorial Results crat. Ceralvo 17 I! 7i i, 8 6 t: 19 10, I 1 11 : 30 j- si- 43, i 2, 3; 0! 6 3 i 3 j 01 5! ATTENTION! DKAIt KtnsCItlKKK WHO HAS FORGOTTEN: Please notice the label 011 "your Hi-iulil toiliiy anil if it shows tltut your time lias expired, won't you kindly remit In eien Hion of your subscription. 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With best wishes for all our subscribers, the faithful Hi per rent who are paid up, as well as those who are going to "pet right" in a few days, we remain Gratefully yours, THE HARTFORD HERALD ITKLISHIXt. O. Hl555 CM Tremors and Tida. Waves Level Scores of Buildings in Chili. Co lu.mao, Njv. 1 persons were dro-.r tida! wave coa'.'n? quak; -swvpt la vi The Inhabitants v. and ran ta t'.n .i','.'.-. l.:e a.-a was a cal tflschar.-tur . o......'.H,l . '"tie liundre'r f;-r tli earth i a "r.at roar. pttr.ic srrKksn Tile advun :t cf tie. :ri- Santia-;x Chile, Nov earthquake of gr?at r.-.a far spread ttn t rockfd end to er.d tod. y. i d by a ti-l.il wave 11. Aa :sl:i!de au-l C f J i 1 e from It v.-a aeeompaa a:; i t': i-om'iia 1 fjr::e of til-? earth sweep of t!l ? water the extent cf which to estimate because tr-:r.,)r-i an.i tha H-l vast daaase, it ii im;nP.ib!3 telejtrap:'.:.- iin -,i BOTH WETS m GhY 1 ...i le only real test of setitmieat on the 2.75 per cent beer iue tab ' i.-ar was ia Chin, where tha proposal were carried t'.own :t The provif.i.?! 0.' various r'acei. Aatoi':t.aaU, xiii". th.' .1 .in ihavasii 1 1 1 ,., y 1 I ffl lil'IIIUV IM LI Ll'llllftl .. ... ' ' I UlHIIll VlUIUnl lli LLLL lIUll i wad atea by more than 130.000. t -ake lying : m inmois tne organized, 'dry' force vicvs n::d i South Dakota. Gov. W. H. McMas- Pt. Pleasant Latest figures show that the next; Tennessee, Austin Peay, ters, Republican. Senate will have 52 Republicans, 43 Democrats, and one Farm-Labor rep resentative, as follows: Arizona Ashurst, Dem. California Johnson, Rep. Connecticut McLean, Rep. Delewafe Bayard, Dem. Florida Trammel!, Dem. Georgia George, Dem. , Indiana Ralston, Dem. Iowa-1 Brookhart, Rep.. MaineHale, (elected last Sept.) Rep. Maryland Bruce, Dem. Massachusetts Lodge, Rep. Michigan Ferris, Dem. Minnesota Shlpstead, Far.-Lab. Mississippi Stephens, Dem. Missouri Reed, Dem. Montana Wheeler, Dem. Nebraska Howell, Rep. Nevada Pittman, Dem. New Jersey Edwards, Dem. New Mexico Jones, Dem. New York Copeland, Dem. North Dakota O'Connor, Dem. Ohio Fess, Rep. Pennsylvania Pepper and Reed, (short and long terms), Rep. Rhode Island Gerry, Dem. Tennessee McKellar, Dem. Texas Mayfield, Dem. Utah King, Dem. Vermont Greene, Rep. . Virginia Swanson, Dem. Washington Dill, Dem. West Virginia Neeley, Dem. Wisconsin Lafollette, Rep. 1 Wyoming Kendrlck, Dem. Republican Vote In State Is Cut 20 44 7 20 M. Netf, Proctor, j narrow j Dmo-iKaIl)h I Prentiss Demo-1 Herbert 12 (Arn.old 10 Render Simmons N. Hartford Re- 21 40 j Sunnydale 14 Pond Run , 34 j Taylor Mines . . 14 IS. Fordsville 32 crat. Texas, Gov. Pat. crat. Vermont, Redfleld publican. Wyoming, W. B. Ross, Democrat, Wisconsin, Gov. J. J. Blaine, Re publican. RAL8TOX WINS Indiana Democrats emerged from I Tuesday's State election with a Unit ed States Senotarshfp and Ave Con gressional seats which had been held by Republicans. ' The returns show the election to the Senate of Samuel M. Ralston, former Governor, over Albert J. Beverldge, Republican nominee and former Progressive party leader, by. a olurality of 30.000 The vote from 3,292 of 3.395 pre- "eueer- l- mu rarK- smllu- . Already Lines Are Beinj Drawn To Bring Back Light Wines and Beer. S. Roslue S. Centertown 15 32 Totals 1.099 389 Washington, Nov. 9. The politl- 10 1 cal complexion or tno next congress ".'' o definitely havinc been established. K'VSj). 12 interest turned today on tile proba ble lineup on the question of modifi cation of the prohibition enforce ment laws. Both the "dry's" and "wets" were claiming a victory as a result of Tuesday's elections. For in Anti-Saloon leugue, Wayne B. Wheoler, counsel, said the "wets,'' proposal. "Th.' defeat of t::e codc-j ia Mai achusetts and California U no Ion bocuuso we Hover liaii any enforce ment codes in those states." Eotll the 'wets KMlifl'.b:) : 'Stral p "!:itJ ia the latter o f.ir jj v!de:;. Ata-.-r.i-i, ha li-t -;;h ;;i..vir s -r:-i;: iy i:J:;: h'ftT'red of tia two p ro- C-f!!.-)'l, 1 ki-1-- aud the drys. are, done at for a fight in the uew coa-j tidal wave. has yet com hat th-j U '!' i.K to a 4 64 1 2 T; uiu not vote eitner way on the beer Cop!-nt. i:i j e.-t e-'ts'ii-l e i a::,i : It was feared for a iiiue j city of Antofaxa-ta sttff e:ti 1 disaster, but u.ost of th- th-it P'.ai.-e w:s d No report of lo-s of life 1 fr-::t Antof..saa. "Wets" See Favorable OutlHk Towns Ab.mdoiieii Mr. Hickley declared tho outlook! CUanaral, ia Atat-atua. liris vir was. t-strt-mely" favorable for the tually bet a ;,b;i:;:l me 1 v.-t r.ia ; c.inyln,! out of the "preliminary," hull Jir.gi were wreck.',! by t'.i- i;a- piog.-am of his organizatioa and o:he"r of the leaders of the "wets" entertained a similar view. Johnson's majority 710 would not have as many votes, by The following received conipliineti-j three at least, in the senate, as here- tary votes: R. E. Fuqua, 2; C. O. Hunter, 2; O. C. Martin, 1; Jan. A. Tate, 1; L. H. lender, 1; Archie Davis, 1; "Andy Gump," 1; J. A. cincts gave Ralston 541,062, Beve- 3" ridge 606,950. William Henry, So cialist Candidate, had a total of 6, 824. DOXAHEY CHOSEX GOV- ERXOR IX OHIO Practically complete returns from tofore. and that their strength in the house would not exceed 140 or seventy-eight less than a majority. On the other hand the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, through G. C. Hinckley, Its secretary claimed a gain of eighty "liberal" votes in the house, which it was as serted, would give actual coutrol, of that body to the modlticatlonists. 'Ttifl nrnnnunpofl IlierpasA in th . " v- Ohio County tobacco growers who, 'wet' membership," said Mr. HiucU- TORAtXO POOLERS TO ELECT DELEGATES FRIDAY On-last Wednesday afternoon the Just what the program of attack oa the Volstead law will be has not yet been fully developed, but It is t xptctod to be a straight out propos ition for the sale of lmht wiues a::ti beer. That proposal was put tor ward in connection with the soldier's bonus bill at the la.st session, but it never received serious consideration. Representative Britten, of Illinois, announced today, however, that it would b, renewed. Treasury and other ofllcers looked for proposals to modify the enforce ment uct. Treasury ofilclals, how- m-a.ie -.v.'. swe-i-:t: ia vlier. tha earth shocks had 1. The great er part of fhU town '(. destroyed. Throughout the province of Coquir.ibo hu'-ti'.reds of house t wv-.-e i'.e tl.e re southern of cove pledged their crop to the Dark To- ley's statement, "reuders highly ever, said the policy of strict enforce Tuesday's election showed Congress- bacc(J Qnwm Co.0peraUve Associa- probable the passage of liberal leSts n T- T Dnnl,l,lt.nft t. n .1 u ' r man S. D. Fess, Republican, had ob tlon met at the Court House in Hart-, lr.tion In the next session of congre:'.i talned a safe maporlty over Senator orJ puriluuut to notlce an(1 uolu? .jtlia. wll, Btrlke the Prst blow at the At lee Pomerene tn the contest for Ohio's second seat in the United States Senate. While Carml A. Thompson, Re publican candidate for Governor, and personal friend of President Harding, had reduced the lead of his ment would untinue uutil congress acted. Unless the riu-jstlon a lev-Ilel. wh tea hiils. From the come ro.on little damage. Another earth sho. at 4:43 o'clo-k this was of tea s -ior.fi.-, duration. :i' Dead at t'oij-aiiuhit More than ' 0 hof.se it th of C"OiU:iabo have d the result of ti:e ear persons were killed a:id sixty injur ed. This announcement i-js h.k,o la a National Telegraph ni sase. I The railway de; nts were .iit.ikea unity comes down aud railway cars were uttvst. lu.'tits d to part of Chile fe : I::)! Us ijt wus felt ti.-a afteruoja. It et VH cared a.i IniuaUe. Thirty nated the following gentlemen to be more stringent voted for as Delegates for the conn- Vo;stead act. ty, vii: T. II. Black, J. W. Foster, Hiram Miller, J. R. Withers, Oscar Shulti, Henry Greer, A. W. Midkiff! and W. S. Brown. Four out of the. provision of the "Wet' leaders "Involved In this view, is a con sideration of the change in headships nt tha nnwerful eotr.mittees lit Lie eight named are to be elected Friday. houge de((jat Qf And.vw j Volstead of Minnesota, removes the n x 1 i A If 1" uemocrauc opponeni, a. . the 17th.. by the uooiers. The Coun- hev. to 13.769 In 71 comnlete couu- ... ... n.. .,. 1 . - .- - - iv 1, i i r , , , i ,1 . nir. 1 ri niHi'i. lux .. .. .... All the Congressmen who ran for ties and only 230 precincts missing , th ...,,.. EWtlon Com-! BUthor 01 the ob.lect,ona,,le P'on""- re-election were successful, although ln others not complete, It appeared mltfBl, tn ,ha nolla ...,., , tiott amendment irom tne cnairmau- the Democrat. In every Instance re- impossible that he would be able to TOte count ,t and lt to head- 8hlp ot the h0U8e Jua,clary commu' , , .j ..s...i 1 vote, count it ana cenuy 11 to neaa iilllr th- iilae over to Reure- up in congress it was indicated that little concern would be given ut the treasury to the possible source of revenue, which might ba developed from taxes on beer and wine. Esti mates along this line probably will be called for early, however, as some of the more pronounced of tha night destroyed "liberals" have laid particular stress houses and the on this element ln their arguments In spirit ot Volstead act amendment. The loss is enimattd at J.-i'M.'JOi) pesos. A tidal wave iarri-'f! v.r;xy the greater part of the r.n. A message from Vilos, ia Aconca gua. North of Valparaiso, says aa earth shock aad tidal wave at mlii- eleven fishermen'; reater part of tiid Four children were in- ce.vea i,m, uSulu overcome ton ieaa. quarter, at Hopkinsville, via: Messrs. " , , ' , Kentucky's delegation to the next Bee, Take, a Fall g Q K(J0wn L B ncbenoT Tice 8entutlve Graham' ot Pennsylvania, Congress Will be as follow.: I The wine and beer amendment B'aker L NeWr0mb and J S n avowed 'wet'' First Distrlct-Alben W. Barkley. took . downward pitch after th..McMu electlon wlll ' , "Th. Pasln of Mond.ll leaves D- city vote had been counted and the hftI1 al rurt Houga Jn Hartfor: the majority leadership on the floor Second District David H. Kinche- arv rural votes bean to roll in. and' u, ,. ..... either to Representative Longwonn death co.mes to i ji ik;e lafferty Lexington, Ky., Nov. 9. Judxe W. T. Lafferty, dean aud founder 'of SMITH SWEEPS NEW YORK New York. Nov. 8. With 436 district, missing out of the 7,301 in 'Committee not the State, the vote for Governor at Friday. 4:30 a. in. today stood:' Alfred E.l The four Delegate, elected loe, D. J apparently had been defeated by a intra District a. 1. muutaa, jr., iuu.uuo majority, D. Fourth District Ben Johnson, D. Majority About 20,000. Fifth District Maurice H. Thatch er, R. Sixth District Arthur B. Rouse, D. , Seventh District rJ. Campbell Cantrlll, D. Eighth District Ralph W. Gil bert, D. Ninth District William J. Fields, D. . - Tenth District John W. Langley, R- -Eleventh District John M. Rob- alon, R. Re-elected. Figure, complied from, the Third Appellate District .how that Judge D. A. 1 McCandle.., Demo crat, of Munfordsvllle, lead. hi. Re publican opponent, Ltlburn Phelp. of Jamestown, by .2U vote. The on Friday ot this week between the hour, of 9:30 a. m. and 4 p. m. Voting may be In person or by mall, the ballot, having been sent out to the grower, from Hopkinsville, but all vote, must reach the Election later than 4 p. m. will Smith, Democratic, 1,363,656; Nath- meet at Calhoun on the 18th. to an L. Miller, Republican, 966,073. elect a Director to represent the The Senatorial vote, with 1,080 Oho-McLean District. The District district, missing', was: Roy1 8. Director, wlll meet at Hopkinsville t'opeland. Democratic, 1,096,243; on the 20th. to elect officer, and William M. Calder, RepulMoau,' perfect the general organisation of 6'6,014. ,1 the Association. lot Ohio, pr Representative I Illinois, both re-elected, and both ' having been endorsed by the associa tion because of their attitude ot the prohibition issue." Mr. Hickley .aid the house leader ship would be In the hands ot a "liberal" and that thl. might be ex pected to influence materially the vote on any future, "liberal" legis lation. mole there, Jured. Advices from Yerbas Buenas, province of Coquir.ibo, says tha resion towards the North is in ra.us and that many houses have fallen. All telegraph commuuicaiiou wita points North ot La Serena, la tile as ceased. disaster at Mann ot thu Collee of Luw of tn,J lTulverslty Province of Coquimbo. ha of Kentucky, died this afternoon at Advices telling of the d 4:35 o'clock from a lealou ot the Copiapo were received here by way brain. The eminent Jurist and edu-.o' Bolivia and Buenos Aires. cator was stricken Sunday and has been In a critical condition sfuce. Judge Lafferty, who founded the college ot law In 1907, was it native ot Cynthiana, Kentucky. He was born in 1866. Judge Lafferty wa. a ' TOO EARLY "It U a good thing that President Harding wrote his Thaak.fiv'at proclamation before the elect'ou. be cause it would have been nurd work , with the election return. buore him." Ellaabetbtown New. JOHN T. WIMSATT PASSES AWAY 1 John T. Wlmiatt, aged about 73 1898 to 1902 and served board ot trustee. on the ot the University of Kentucky for five years. Iha T.-fttitt v u-i.i li ul , , Also he wa. ot the opinion that " .-b...-.-the result in Tuesday', election Harrison county for two term, from would have it. effect on member, who hitherto have retrained from voting on the enforcement question. "Like lister Foam Nothing ' M. nrhnl,la. In lila IntAmant lin. clared that the claim, ot the AaM-lAmwte 'versity professors. As- Prohibition' American law scuoois, at association. He wa. a promt- The tidal wave at Chunaral de stroyed the gre-.it-r part ot the town. The inhabitants are without food. Reports from Concept-ion an4 Talcahunuo. to the south, make no mention of uamttxe or casualties. At member of Concepclon a s'roag earth movemeat was felt for 1; uo ut three minutes tat uilJuiyht. At TaU-uauauo a tidal wave occurred, following the sub sidence ot which the water level was lower than normal. The movement was steady and He wa. a member ot the Kentucky State Bur association. Association of C"ul u damage. I-ir Ureuks Out NOTICE TO MACCABEES Thursday night, November 10, year., died at hi. home at Sunnydale -"to. A.atns, the oZ Education Sunday night th. ,th. at 10 o'clock. --1 0 tTll l- the K. E. A. 1 ot a complication of disease., of three " " " t , week." duration. . a glas. ot beer nothing .ub.t.ntlal The deceased 1. survived by hi. , to lt" ..... , wife, two .on.. T. A. Wim.att. ot "In the. house." .aid Mr. Wheeler. Torrent, and Lonnl. Wim.att. otl"thelr toUl tre,,ta tha to' Hanrhlar If,. Bny Deer Or USUI iu mwuuiinjui Owen.boro. one nent Mason and Knight of Pythias. OYKTKIt Sl'PPEK Magnolia Lodge I. O. O. F.. Cen- Reports received just before dawn said the shocks were contluulnj at Illupel. Unudtces and La Serena. The latter city was wrecked by a severe earthquake in 13U7. The sea was rising there this morning. .A dispatch at 2: St) o'clock said a . t victory ot Judge McCandle. wa. one RejruUr Meeting. Every Member re-' Jams Grar. of Sunnydale. He i. al- or !' weakening amendment to, t Saturday ni.ht, pf the moat complete in tne otate. 1 qted to be present. Important M survived by a brother, Mr. P. A. Governor Elected buslnpss. j Wlmsatt. ot Dukehur.t. Governor, elected according to , K. H. FOSTER, Com. Burial occurred at the 8mlth bury- Ute.t report, were a. follow.: , ,Bg trwui near P,,0, Monday after- Alabama, W. W. Brandon. Demo- TOBACCO GROWERS, DON'T no0U at j dock, -rat. " - FORGET TO VOTE FOR DELE- ' tne national proaiumua ci ns u"l,ara Invited aud uriod to be uresent. tertown, Ky., will bold a meeting heavy shock lasting Ave ;ni:iu'.s j and oyster supper at their lod hull l-.al just btx 'elt at La Serena. It Arizona; 0. W. P. Hunt, Democrat. QATE3 FRIDAY. mora than 133. The last reoorts we have from the states, with a few dts-. ;;r. LU(i Mrs: A. C. Porter have trlct. out, .how that they will mus- bought a borne ta Owenabora aud ter I to votes for any uch amend- have v.iuvsJ! to th.it Alt. Thjir tt. -y All bioiubers brought djwti tuauy walls ut-d ie'..- grupii poles. put:ia the city in uarkaess. RADIO CONTESTS AT HART- The Haitfor-J Herald, $180 the year ninth le.s than that mcut. Tholr vote wf.l probr.bl bs Hartjord frlondi regret the Un cf IV!: "iCi: XrSAv AN3 T'.TVrvj- ir. o-id s;.". To.-;,.- rrv.il jar wijjt. :,av :::;iir.