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The Evening Journal 20,184 The Weather Circulation Fair and cooler; Thursday mod erate weeterly winds. Yesterday Non-Returnable LATE NEWS EDITION THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR. NO. 129 WILMINGTON. DELAWARE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1922 TWO CENTS. 20 PAGES. t= REPUBLICANS DISPUTE ELECTION OF BAYARD; G. O.P. CONTINUES CONTROL U. S. SENA TE, HOUSE MANY DEMOCRA TS ARE SWEPT INTO OFFICE IN OFF YEAR ELECTION Smith and Copeland Win in New York; Edwards in New Jer sey. Senator Lodge Re-elected by 2000 Majority. Republicans Lose Senatorship in Michigan. DEMOCRATS GAIN 66 HOUSE SEATS NEW YORK Nov 8—U.P.—The mag nitude of the Democratic nationwide sweep In Tuesday's elections became fully apparent today as fairly com plete returns endangered Republican control of the next House, seriously reduced the Republican margin In the Senate, put New overwhelmingly in Democratic con trol and generally changed the country's political complexion. The gathering of returns today re vealed: That Democrats have gained at least 66 seats In the next House, making it necessary for them to win but 21 more to control the body. That Republican control of the Penate has been reduced from 24 to Jess than 15. Contests In doubt make It Impos sible to fix the exact margin defln York State Itely: That Ohio elected a Democratic government and sho»'ed Democratic Congressional gains although Simon D. Fess. Republican, seems to have been elected Senator. That New York State was swept Into the Democratic column so over whelmingly that not only A1 Smith. Democratic candidate for governor, and Roy^l S. Copeland, for senator, were elected, but the entire Demo cratic State ticket and a majority of the House delegation That such Republican strongholds .Rhode Island and New Hampshire fell Into the Democratic procession. That Senator Henry Cabot Lodge has been elected to the Senate from by* about 2000 mi flection that « Massachusetts Jorlty In the closest State ha* seen In years. That expected Republican victor ies in Kansas. Indiana. New Jersey And possibly in Michigan, failed to miteriallze. "dry" gMK the ''wet" and Issue, there seemed to be an even break as to Statewide conslderab'e wet gains in Congress. Illinois and Massachusetts voted »'et, Ohio and California swinging Into That on but result«. the dry column. One woman only successful candidate gress from among 12 who aspired. Phe wag Mrs. Winifred Mason Ruck. Republican. Illinois, elected to suc ceed her father, the late Representa tive William Mason. Robertson. Representative from Ok lahoma was beaten and Mrs. Anna Dickey Diesen, Democratic Senator In Minnesota was a apparently, was the for Con Mies AJlce la! candidate poor third. Victor Berger, Socialist, ousted from the last Congress, again was returned. Andrew Volsted, father of the dry law was apparently beaten by Rev. O, J. Kvale. a drier rival. Representative Mondell, Republican leader In the last House failed in hi» effort to get Into the Senate. Hitchcock. Nebraska; Maryland. Frellnghuyscn. Senators France. and Townsend, Michigan, are among the Senate veterans who will be seen after March 4 as a result of no more the voting. All over the nation they cut down huge Republican majorities of two years'ago and In states where they did not score overwhelming vlctor 1ns, restored the normal balance be tween the parties as It existed before the Harding landallde two years ago. The Democrats appeared definitely to have gained Senate seats from , these states: New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Maryland. Indiana. West Virginia and Delaware. They lost one in Nebraska. Seats now v '«'d by Democrats were In doubt In Ohio and Wyoming. In the House the Democrats won (Continued on Page Two) 12 01 p v ; , ' I .nij p. M. ..ex TODAY'S TEMPERATURE At The Evening Journal Office. 8.00 A. M.. .52 10.00 A. M.. .57 Head of Christiana. High water..2.10 A. M. 2 33 P. M Low w a ter. .9.50 A. M. 10.30 P. M . , l _. }.OST—Transmission block from In dlan motorcycle, on road from New *t a «*rVnn t0 R*W»£| if rsm™J5°mi ippri Market St. novS-u. :.;:ucd on Pago Nineteen.) SUN AND TIDE. 6.37 A. M.l .4.51 P. M.l Sun rises Fun seta LOST. REPUBLICAN PART 1 HAS MAJORITY OF 12 IN NEXT SENA TE ! (Unlted returns NEW YORK, Nov. * Press).—On the basis of from Tuesday's election now avall U. 6. Senate will able the next stand 64 Republicans to 42 Démo li now Is SO Republicans to crats. 36 Democrat«, a majority of 24. The Republican« will have a mar gin of 12 In the new Senate. If Ute returns do not alter the result. The Democrat« appeared to have trained Senate «eats In these States: New York, New Jersey, North Da Delaware. West Virginia, kola. Maryland. Michigan and Indiana. They apparently loet In Ohio and Nebraska. The Senators who now appear to have been elected yesterday follow; Those marked X were re-elected. Henry P. Aehurst, Dem Arlzont ocratx. California. Hiram W. Johnson. Republlcanx. Connecticut, George P. McLean. Republlcanx. Delaware, Thomas F. Bayard, Democrat. Florida. Park Trammell, Démo cratx. Georgia. Walter F. George, Dem ocrat. Indiana. Samuel M. Ralston, Democrat. Iowa, Smith W. Brookhart, Re publican. Maryland. William Cabell Bruce. Democrat. Massachusetts, Henry Cabot Lodge, Republlcanx (doubtful). DEMOCRATS WIN66 SEA TS IN NEW HOUSE NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (United! Press)—Following are the gain» reg Isterea by the Democrats In the House of Representatives by states. The flsrur«« «how how the new House delegations will stand, with the Democrat gain In case Indicated. New York—Democrats 25. Repub Ilcans 18: Democratic 14. New Jersey—Democrats 6, Repub licans 6; Democratic gain 5. Illinois—Democrats 8. Republicans 20; Democrat!» gain 5. Ohio—Democrats 8. Republclans 14; Democratic gain 8. Pennsylvania—Democrats 8; Re-1 publlcans 28; Democratic 7. Maryland—Democrats, 3; Repub llcans. 3. Democratic gain, 1, Tennessee—Democrats. 8; Re publicans, 2. Democratic gain. 3. Oklahoma—Democrats, 7; Re publlcans. 1. Democratic gain. 4. Rhode ISlad—Democrats 1, Repub licans 2: Democratic gain 1. Modification of the stringent act to sanction the sale of light wines J and beer* will be officially sought. : It was learned here today. Anti-Prohibition leaders consider the action of the voters in the «ev eral States where referendum» the light wine issue wero held and the unexpected success of avowed! "wet" candidates as sufficient popu 1er sentiment to reopen the prohi bitlon Issue In Congress. HEARS ELECTION BT RADIO Election returns from all parts of the country were received by radio by B. F. M. Weaver at his home. 1609 West Eighth street last Mr. Weaver had three receivers working on three wave bands and number-! WETS" TO REOPEN PROHIBITION ISSUE .. WASHfNGTON, Nov. 8—(Aroused by unexpected wet successes In Tuesday's voting Antl-Prohlbltlon leaders In Congress have decided to open a new attack against the Vol stead act as soon as possible after Congress revenes. had a crowd of listeners number-! Simiens from as far ing about 40. west as Detroit and St. I<ouIs and as far south as Atlanta were heard. Some of the stations with whom Mr Weaver's receivers were in communl-1 cation Included Decatur. Ill.. St.; Louts, Detroit. Atlanqi, Springfield and Schenectady. | ACCUSED OP STEALING HAM Waiving a hearing, Edward Bent j ejr> charged With larceny of n ham !from the Wilmington Provision Company, was held in $300 hall for court by Judge Hastings In Muni clpal Court thl» morning. A charge of assault and battery again« him |Wa* dropped. He was alleged to have! jassaultcd Benjamin Burke. ] À Michigan. Woodbrldg« N. Ferris, Democrat. Ml»sle«ppl, Hubert D. Stephane. Democrat. Missouri, James A Reed, Demo crat X. Montana, Burton K. Wheeler. Democrat. Nebraska, R. B. Howell, Republl can. Nevada, Key Pittman, Democrat x New Jersey. Edward 1. Edwarde, Democrat. New Mexico, Andretus A. Jonee, Democrat x. New York, Royal 8. Copeland, Democrat. North Dakota. J. F. T. O'Connor. Democrat. Ohio. Simeon D. Fees, Republican. Pennsylvania, David A. Rsed, Re publican x; George Wharton Pep-1 per, Republican x Rhode Island—Peter Ooelet. Gerry. Democrat *. Tennessei •Kenneth D. MoKellar. Democrat x. Texas—Earle B. Mayfield. Demo crat. li tab—William H. King. Demo-, oral x. Vermont—Frank L. Greene, Re publican. Virginia—Claude' A. Swanson. ! Democrat x. Washington — Miles Poindexter. 1 Republican. Wisconsin—Robert M. La Foi lette. Republican x. Wyoming — John B. Kendrick. I Democrat x. Utah—Democrats, 1; Republicans, t. Democratic gain, 1. 1 Virginia—Democrats, 10: Rapub »• Missouri—Democrat«. 13, R«i>ub Ileana. 2. Democrat.« gsln, 11. Indiana—Democrat* 6; Republ!-i cans 9; Democratic gain 4. Republicans. 1. Democratic gain, 1. Michigan—Republicans. 12; Dem oerata. 1. Democratic gain. 1. Missouri—Democrats. II: Repub j Ilcans. 6. Democratic gain, 9. Kansas—Democrats. I; Hepubllc ! ans. 7. Democratic gain, 1. , Nebraska—Democrats, 3; Repub | Ilcans. 3. Democralic gain. 3. Iowa—Democrats, none; Kepub | Ilcans, 11. Democratic gain. none. Wisconsin—Republicans. 10; So clalists. 1. Socialist gain. 1. Delaware—De-mocrat«. 1. Massachusetts—Democrats. 3; Re-1 publicans. 13. Democratic gain, 1. New Hampshire—Democrats. 1 ; rable settlement, case of Joseph R. Simmons, charged with non-support. was continued for two week» by Judge Hast.ngs at the reque-t of raIeb R. Burchenal. counsel for the defendant. on-I SEVEN PLACED ON PROBATION. I CAPIAS IS ISSUED FOR ROBERT GIVENS When Robert Given», charged wife and with non-supprt of his child, failed to appear In Municipal Court today. Judge Hastings ordered hi« bond forfeited and Uf«ued a capias for him. As there are prospects of an ami 'c„ rP d of the drug habit after re- ; ce lvlng treatment at the workhouse. ; George Jackson. Arthur Nixon and Irvin Saddler, Negroes, and Millard Walstrum. Charles E. Harper, Harry; Sgilth and Bernard Golden were placed on probation by Judge Hast Ing». In Municipal Court, this morn Ing. nlghl.l- NAME POUŒ SERGEANT TODAY The Department of Public Safety this afternoon will select a succès- ! B or for the vacancy created by the 1 retirement of Sergeant John J. Donohue. It Is now practically as su red that Traffic Officer Sherwin will be named. --I SEE THE MOVIES TOMORROW, invitations to the Movies are ex- ! [tended to six persons today through 1 [our Classified Advertising Depart-1 ment. Look through the classified] adva. and If your neme la there come t& the Journal office and receive free , tickets for t«-o (war tax paid) to see the special production "Love I« an a Awful Thing." at the Arcadia and "Where 1» My Wandering Boy To-j night," at the Majestlo Thursday.! night See Page 19 today. ! Thomas F. Bayard ■ I* ; ■A i —Photo by Kills Studio. Wha ha» majority for the United State Senate from Delaware on the face of unofficial returne. ALLIES TALK Of SEIZING TURK CAPITAL ! 1 I Ultimatum Demands Re spect for Mudania Pact; British Protect Sultan BRITISH NAVY CHIEF CALLED TO LONDON Ç.4RIS. N-yv. 8, (United Prey) — Allied high commissioners will pro claim a state of selge in Constant inople unless Turkish Nationalists cease disturbances and violation of the Mudania agreement Immediate , , t wa _, geml-offlctally declared ' . ' Dispatches, to the Pe«t Parisian n-)mmu.'nnsr. v'-ndlS an ulttmatu ^To h ' K ema'ls* commander Pasha, Kema.ls* commander, . mandlng observance of the Mudania pa<rt ' , . The Sultan the Petit Parisians ad vices said ha* fled Constantinople , (Continued on Page Two ) ' SAYS OFFICER TOLD HIM HE'S "YELLOW' IIITnnv nDr4 I/I . Tr , IInn HLIddY dKKAKIIiU Hull nn i nm iitmxi n i xrn HEART, WIFE SAYS " - • When Harry M. Decker pleaded polity In Municipal Court this morn ing to a charge of breach of the peace toward his wife, Mrs. Decker told the court: "Ho Is drinking him self to death; I have been leadingjplot b j m b y tbe hand for twenty-one, years; I have coaxed and pleaded w nh him; he 1» breaking my heart." Judge Hastings sentenced Decker] to thirty days' Imprisonment. GijlA I AAI/C "nnitt» A/Hlvf LUUluJ Dill I>\r 1 AA AAA T T? A I)| LC/AI/ Municipal Court this When John F. Blankenborn was arraigned In morning on a charge of disorderly conduct, he charged that Officer Watson H. Mahan «'ho arrested him. «•as drunk and had offered to light him. telling him that he was "yel low" for declining to battle. Blankenborn. Mahan said, was one of a crowd of about twenty youths who were creating a disturbance near Second and Van Buren «treet« an(1 tbat wban be cautioned the crowd to desist from their noise-1 making, the defendant cursed hlm ^î r .° t ^* r d ' nl ' d thlt h<> W " judge Hasting« referred the ca«e to Detective McDanneil for invest!-; gallon and continued it for one n-eek will stay dry, declared a statement'he from the Anti-Saloon League shortly after 10 a. m.. upon reports from 5066 precincts that the dry vote had spurted more than 60,000 In the lead. Opponents of the proposed beer and wine amendment were confident of its defeat by "at least 100.000." The dry lead continued to grow * reports poured In from rural dis trlcts. - Young» Studio. Prize Dance to .night.— Adv. COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 8 —Ohio i Judpc I Vm. II. Boyce •1 -cJ : I' '•2S3 ne I <X! ±,/:A —Photo, Bills Studio. Democrat, who has majority for the I.ower House of Congress from Delaware on the face of unofficial re turns. MOBILIZE IN BAVARIA 10 BALK REVOLT Bfcftt.TN. Nov. » (United Press) Mobilization In Pavsrl of the Fas-: cist 1 similar to the Dalian order was reported In dlspatchesfrom Munich Fascist! Reported to Have Been Defeated in Munich Clash SOCIALISTS WILL OPPOSE MOVEMENT today. Th« Fasclstl have adopted the grey shirt with white and red arm band* and a swastika cross as their uniform. It was generally believed here that reports- of a planned Bavarian ! "Putsch to be lead by General Lu- ; ae n aorir, were highly exaggerated and that the Fascist! mobilization vu rep«onsible for the rumor«. AMSTERDAM. Nov. « (United 'Pre««.)—Fighting ha« broken out in Bavaria between newly organized "FaacisU"' and Socialists according to unconfirmed dispatches from Mn nlch today. The Socialists were reported to) have been defeated after which the|« I ** Augsberg and Rosenholm. Widespread activity In the "grey dis patch which «aid seven Tyrolean con,names marehed %«ay from Munich for an unknown destina •Ion following .be .lemonatmxlons Socialists' executive* Hearing In the esse of Luther Mill*, charged with conspiracy In connection with the attempt to dy »am,.« the Fourteenth street bridge of the Pennsylvania Railroad las. August, was ags.n continued ln Municipal Court this morning, this'., lime for two week». Five other men have pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy In connection with the dynamiting i and are awaiting sentence In , Court of (General Sessions next week.ijt It Is probable that the Grand Jury, which meets next week, wl 11 [ act In the Mills case before It goes to a hearing In Municipal Court. - grey shirt and 'swastika crose ns demonstrated their emblems. shirts" was Indicated in the ment» to combat the Faaclefl, the dispatches said. and figlitlng. have decided to recruit reinforoe 1ci.r,., IC , DYNAMITE CASE IS iTAIM iiU/tlli 1 v/i ir.il/ fAUCCTl TD/HIDID V.A UijIjIZ Ill\/LJDliIj ATI iw\r x lat/i nr i/xv' AI 1 (/LLlAlI 1 EALE Arrested by Directive Pierre while is said to have been Indulging In verbal abuse of persons about the polling place near Thirteenth and Claymont streets yesterday. Adam Konltzer was fined $16 and eoets'lng. on a charge of disorderly conduct by Judge Hastings In Municipal Court this morning. Konltzer, when asked by the court what he had done, stated that he "Ju»t commlted a nuisance." He pleaded guilty. - j For Clover Dairy Safe Milk phone 1540-1541.—Adv. BAYARDS UNOFFICIAL LEAD 363: REPUBLICAN STA TE TICKET ELECTED FOR SENATE, LEAD SHAFT Complete Returns Show 1946 Plurality for Repub lican Candidate DEMOCRATS WILL ASK VOTE REC OUNT BOOTON, Nov. 8. (Unpol Frees) 2 P. M.—Mtsaachusetl* haa return ed Senator Henry Cabot Dodge to the United Stales Senate with a plural ity of 1.946 votes complete State returns Showed today. Lodge's election came after the I moat bitter struggle of his long. political career. Erstwhile safe Re j publican cities and t own» deaerted , the senior Senator yesterday and I voted Democratic until as the re- | turns Altered In the Republicans »•ere panic stricken. i The Democrats will ask a State »ride recount. Arthur Lyman. State committee chairman told the United Press. He claimed that a recount would elect Col. William A. (la»ton 1 to the Henate a« Lodge'« successor. I Returns show that Governor Chan nlng H. Cox was re-elected Governor by a plurality of more than 52,000 votea over John F. Fitzgerald, I Democrat who waged one oft $£e, j m<v * e ffective campaigns <n y ears. j r IN HALL CASE ! R esu lf s From Grand Jury ; _ . ,, J 1 Expected by Early Next ., r . v , ,m/-m iir>\/! NEW INQUIRY Week FAMILY PUSHES new BRUNSWICK. N. J., Nov. Several developments from other ,i r rc ' h'IL/rf ni'l/.mo'rrow ami »""! taken beginn. ng tomorrow and win ontinue for a number of day*, both .n New Brunswick and in Somerville, R was indicated clearly here that Prcecutor Wilbur A. Mott will ».an presenting hi« case to the »ran i 'ury within the next few day*. Re I «»It* are expected by the authorities, early next week. J tumed.*win'«mi n fh?e^*p!'r«,n. r *a i woman and t»-o men. From a source j dose to the authorities u »as learn-] . d that ail three "are resident* of , N> Th® r * U emu0mci.l statement would Indicate Clearly that Henry Stevens, long named In connection with the Jhe Invesllgai ng o ■ . • s ." i > sa • J, , ' nr! ' ■ ' 1 ° ' ' " TSt. h n "V.®. e preV * nt " "liî " not he ,n ! Brunswick today but his aid, I p elff . t | Ve James F. Mason. 1» expect —^Official activity In the HallMilla I was at a standstill today. i to question certain portions con ! n » c ted with the oase. Mott will meet i Alfred B. Gibb, foreman of the , (aamerset Grand Jury, In Somerville. | s understood the State will start presentation of It* case to that body j [ (Continued on Page Seven) . --- | Dill /YT DAYL\ D.'ILLVI DUAEsJ ITMTVDD PIT ADD AilCi UilDljli llL : ."xIlU , —— 1 ' Ballot boxes of yesterday's election are being stored In the lawyer's I parlor of the County Building with j two shifts of men guarding them. With the exception of only two or three, all the boxes had been brought In by the election officer* this morn Martin Cooney, Levi Church, C. R. Lynam and John W. Burke com prised lhe guard over the boxes to day. They will be relieved at 7 o'clock this evening by four other guards. The men were appointed by Prothonotary Harvey HofTeckor. Superior Court will commença the canvassing of the vote at noon to morrow. A Boyce, Democrat, lias Apparent Majority of 6829 for Congress. Republicans Elect All of County Ticket Except One, Walls. Democrat, Chosen Sheriff Levy Court Remains Being Chosen Sheriff Levy Court Remains DEM OCR t TS C 1 1X SENA TE. HOUSE OF LEGISLATURE While unofficial returns for yesterday's election indicate the election of Thomas F. Bayard, Democrat, by a majority of 563, as United States Senator, for the long term beginning March 4, next, to succeed Senator T. Coleman duPont, it will take the official canvass in all three counties to determine the result. The Republican State Committee today announced its inten tion to demand an official recount in many districts, based on the rejection of ballots that had been voted in districts other than those for which they had been officially prepared. In many districts, Republican watchers say, many Republican ballots were rejected by election officers that it Is felt should have been counted, as they were cast by voters in good faith. The . Republican Committee will ask the court sitting as a board of to g Q j n ( 0 this question thoroughly and pass on the dis " . _ puled ballots. State Chairman A. R. Benson of the Republican of Mr. Bayard.' short term—from election day to March 4 next, is much less than by this newspaper, gressman on the face of the unofficial returns by the heavy major Committee, announced at noon: "We do not concede the election Mr. Bayard's majority on the face of unofficial figures for the for the long term, it being indicated «a 75 by the figures gathered Former Judge William H. Boyce, Democrat, is elected Con ity of 6829 over Congressman Caleb R. Layton. This majority .« in a great measure accounted for by the fact that Negro voter* either voted for Judge Boyce or cut Congressman Layton's name on the ballot as a protest against Dr. Layton voting against the Dyer Anti-lynching bill. The Republicans elected their entire State ticket, however, on the face of unofficial returns. Thomas S. Fouracre, of Middletown, is elected State Treas urer, on the face of unofficial returns, by 467 majority over Roland F. Quillen, Democrat. Joseph Morris Harrington, of Felton, Republican, is elected State Auditor over Mr*. Mabel F. Derby, Democrat, of new Fel ton, by 4689 majority. Mr*. Derby's name was cut by Demo crat* all through the State, accounting for the big majority rolled up against her. Dr. Charles M. Hollis, of Seaford, is elected Insurance Com miMioner on the face of the unofficial figures by 57 majority over Norman Collison, Democrat. The Republican county ticket in New Castle county, with exception, was elected by majorities ranging from 1149 to 3978. The lone exception was the election of John Walls, Democrat, for sheriff, over Samuel A. McDaniel, Republican. On the face ©f unofficial figure* Walls has a majority of 4180. The Democrats elected their county tickets in Kent and Sus _ _ . , _ . .,, , _ , wx counties. The New Castle County Levy Court will be Repub lican, the Republicans having elected Hamilton Stewart, in Wil mington and Delaware S. Wright, in the Fourth district, and Dem ocraU having e l ecled Thomas W. Truitt in the Sixth district and / . a m . • .« rlitfrrîrt Tkrarra am James A. Hart in the Seventh district. Hiere are two hold-over Republicans and one hold-over Democrat. J The Democrats elected Messrs. Shelldrake and Boyer to the i Jf V ? r C ° Urt " **".* C °"" ly lhe Re P ubIican » electcd C. j Hering by a majority of 6. The next Legislature will be controlled in both branches by , th«r Democrats. The Democrats elected seven and the Republi ««" f ° ur . Sta ' e Se " a,or » and the Democrat, also elected 23 and the Republicans elected 12 Representative*. The next Senate will be composed of ten Democrat* and seven Republican^ each party having three hold-over Senators, ..pnimi'I) rwlUIS » FORMER SOLDIER AM) lmIIr , lnm ! GENTLEMAN'" AT HEART I Municipal Court this morning. Graham told the court that hej ha* been working U'.»Tt the country. and got In with bad companions Wilmington " m an <,x ' ,oldl » r nnd gentleman, New Caste at heart," he pleaded. "1 am Ju*t Rent th * clty lf one Unofficial figures for the State a» tabulated by this newspaper for the Congressional - and ticket are: entire State SENATOR, LONG TERM, Bayard. duPont. .. 14 131 .. 7.603 .. 7,023 .. 8.798 ---~~ Wilmington . Making nn apparently well-Btudled ' V,ew c ®*tls • Kent. i Sussex . 15,611 7.655 5,660 8.066 plea for leniency, John Graham, charged with drunkenness, won hla, dismissal before Judge Hastings, In 37.455 36.892 36.893 Majority 563 V. 8. SENATOR, SHORT TERM. Bavard. 13,926 7 420 6.950 8,487 duPont 15,575 7,530 5.678 7,925 Sussex 36.783 36.708 Alleged to have cursed Officer Apsley and caused a disturbance generally. William Elbert. Negro. was fined $15 and costs on a charge \VilmIngron ...14,66. of disorderly conduct by Judge Hast- New Castle .... .,7.10 Inpb Municipal Court, thl* morn- . '•?' ing. CURSED OFFICER ( Il XRGE. 75 Majority REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS Boyce. D. Layton, R 13,863 7.068 5.111 7,177 39.043 32,314 33 214 BABY IN SAVAGE HOME Mr. and Mrs. James Savage. 1021 Madison street are receiving congrat ulations bn the birth of a daughter born on Thursday. November 2. 6.829 n Psge Two. I (Continued (Election Figure* on Page* 8, 9 and 10) .1 !