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For District Attorney "Paul A. Kunkel ATTENTION To the People of Dauphin County: Ijj T J} jj | As earl y as August 31, 1915, I issued cards briefly setting forth the salient points of the Kunkel-Stroup Election Contest in mm U I gC Jjfc ' Court, and Mr. Stroup never even attempted to controvert in any particular any statement made by me. I set forth the salient jj features of said Election Contest more fully in my platform published long before the Primary in all the newspapers of Harris burg and nearly all the papers of the County. But now, in the last hours of the campaign, he has issued a statement addressed to In addition to other public offices he has held, II the Cltlzens of Dauphin County which he publishes in the weekly newspapers of the County just before the election, so that no Mir - p1 p Q*--,,- 4. f r~\' *•4. a U answer can be made by me in the same newspapers prior to said election. Has not his silence during all these weeks of the cam- Michael Stroup, candidate for District Attorney, has • ... „ . . ~ , . . , . . , , paign, both prior to the primary and since, been an admission of the truth published by me. His entire address is very mislead already been in the District Attorney s office eight (8) ing, but I desire especially to call particular attention to that part of his statement relating to the Examiners appointed by the years, four (4) years as Assistant District Attorney Court in their opening of the ballot boxes, which I quote: and four (4) years as District Attorney. Four (4) 'First of all, the examiners found the lists of those electors who voted, then, after finding the total number voting, counted years more will make twelve (12) consecutive years in " le fr ° m ba "° tS tom; a " d finally COUnt ' d the ballots £oUnd in the box ' In every instance the number of voters corresponded with the number of stubs from which the ballots had been torn, and also with the number of ballots found this office. Twelve (12) years is equal to four (4) || in the ballot box, showing clearly that every vote cast was accounted for.'" terms before the term was lengthened to four (4) years. This statement is absolutely false, there is not a scintilla of truth in it. What Mr. Stroup in detail expressly states, was not Will the People stand for this! done in any particular; that is what I contended at the time should be done; that is what Mr. Stroup contended should not be done; the Court decided in his favor and it was not done. All that was done was simply looking over the ballots in the boxes, __ _ and making note of those marked with a double cross. Therefore, every particular is absolutely false. His "eleventh hour last card" i '#■ kJ Ll\ 'A/1 As fP S Can ° accounte d for as a confession of defeat and by the fear that the voters will reaffirm my election of four years ago. 0 ) The Report of the said Examiners to the Court, filed January 17,1912, shows that nothing was done as recited by Mr. Stroup, Candidate Disfticf A ttnrn&\l bUt merely that the ballots were inspected and notations made of the double cross ballots. ' "0y j t j s unnecessary to add that his further statements, framed as they are, are also intended to mislead. - , [ Yours very truly, ' == "" =-, October 29, 1915. PAUL A. KUNKEL. ' " N We, the Attorneys for Mr. Kunkel in said Election contest, who are named by Mr. Stroup in his said address, hereby certify that the statements in said Result of the Primary, Address are misleading, and that especially the facts contained in the above quotation in said Address are absolutely false. See the Report of the Examiners, Sept. 21, 1915 open to public inspection, filed to No. 1184 Sept. Sess. 1911, in the Prothonotary's Office. K \ n o k «c S s . lYce . and Indcpendent 927 » ROBERT STUCKER,. Stroup's Machine Manufactured October 29, 1915. H. B. SAUSSAMAN, Votes 9<M9 . ' Attorneys for Paul A. Kunkel. Kunkel - Majority 230 POUTICAL AD V EKTISI-\ ti STOP THE BALLOT FRAUDS The Dauphin County Law & Order League requests the help of all decent citizens to secure a clean election to-morrow. The league will prosecute violators of the election laws, but it must have informa tion to work upon. Therefore it calls upon the voters to not only vote, but to remain about the polls and watch the work of the crooks who are corrupting the elections. Watch for the use of money, liquor and the "switch ballot.'' (The "Switch Ballot" is worked from a house or room near the voting place, where the crooks can mark a ballot, previously secured, and give it to the fellow who wants to sell his vote. He goes into the polls, drops the marked ballot in the box and brings back the new ballot as a voucher for his pay.) Write down the names of the men who assist voters. Take the voters' names, too. If you think elections laws are being violated call 232 Bell Telephone. As quickly as it is possible the league will investigate and act. .•4 * , .... , . ■' | . " 'h.V EMING, POLITICAL ADVERTISING I WILLIAM F. HOUSER FOR Register of Wills On the Republican Ticket Your Support Solicited at the Election, Tuesday, November 2 | POLITICAL ADVERTISING WARJRISBURG TELEGRAPH POLITICAL ADVERTISING > Republican Nominee For Recorder of Deeds and Clerk of the Orphans' Court of Dauphin County Jas. E. Lentz of Elizabethville, Pa. Election, Nov. 2, 1915 Respectfully Solicits the Support of the Citizens of Dauphin County MANY WANT SAME AUTO TAGS AGAIN State Highway Department Has Rush of Applications For Registration For 1916 The automobile division of the State Highway Department, is receiving the usual rush of applications for unusual numbers and the special request list of the department ! s mounting. Over IsOOO applications have been put on file for 1916 automobile licenses and quite a number ask for special num bers. In many cases the applicants have held a certain number for some time and that fact will be considered in assigning numbers, hut there have been some applicants for special num bers who desire immediate consid eratio. The department will start to ship license tags on December 1 and will insist that every car run on Jan uary 1 have the new yellow and black tagc. This will apply to motorcycles as well. The singular thing about the appli cations for numbers is that most of them ask for low numbers. The first twenty-five are in demand, although it ! is generally known that the State re- I serves the first half-dozen, and that I Senator W. C. Sproul, of Delaware j county, who was instrumental in pass- I int. highway legislation, has always | held No. 7. and General A. J. Logan, jof Pittsburgh, No. 18. Nos. 13 and 23, i the "hoodoo" and "skidoo" numbers, j as they were termed a few years ago ■ by a man who wanted both and did j not get either, are in demand, while I there appears to be a disposition to Irefcard numbers containing ciphers as desirable and some firms have asked for licenses beginning, with certain | high numbers. | The applications for licenses for au : tomobiles reveil some odd tricks of human nature and some of the appli cants are real insistent about num bers which are generally asked by others. All applications have to be sworn to and on forms sent by the depart ment. Requests have been ma|Je that the papers be sent in promptly and that oars be licensed before Decem ber 31, as no one will have power to allow use of 1915 tags after the new year begins. I \"oting .to-morrow will not l>c diffi cult If the voter will reineml>er that in ord reto vote a straight party ticket he must mark a cross (X) in the sounrc In the first column to the right ; of the party name of his choice. If | he desires to cut his ticket, he must | then place a cross after each name of j his choice. He must likewise, even if I i voting a straight party ticket, place a ] ' cross after each of his selections in ■ I the nonpartisan column. i FTSERAIi OF MISS CRITCHI-EY 1 Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., Nov. I.—Fu neral services for Miss Rosa A. Critch ley will be held to-morrow morning at 10, o'clock at her late home in East I Keller street, conducted by her pas tor, the Rev. E. C. B. Castle, of the First United Brethren Church. Burial will be made in the Mechanicsburg Cemete.-y- With A. Carson Stamm. one of the I Republican nominees for school dl | rector, on all the tickets, his election lis sure. It tliereofrc remains only for i Republicans to rcmemlier that Mr. ' Fnders represents the western section I jof tho city on their ticket and l)r. ! ] licnne the eastern section. NOVEMBER 1. 1915. POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING For SHERIFF | VOTE FOR B:itegil rl XM4^M:£ *■ M,lli> <* * % Iffey k. 4 ,' 111' A ' i'fi&JtPi.wiiL IIIIbL jIB ,, MB - <J3H - - JpS '"" « Emanuel N. Lebo Contractor and Builder 1922 Berryhill Street Harrisburg, Pa. P. S. My last appeal to the People of Dauphin County. I solicit your support and influence on Nov. 2d, 1915, because I am a working man, and busi ness man. Never held a Public Office. If elected shall be your public servant. i i I Try Telegraph Want Ads Try Telegraph Want Ads » ~ —, t"". i , . 7