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—Photo by Kills Studio.
ALBERT STETSER,
—Photo, Kills Studio.
DR. CHARLES M. HOLLIS.
Republican-elect on face of returns Republican-elect Recorder of Deeds
for New Castle county.
—Photo by Ellis Studio,
THOMAS S. FOURACRE,
Republican-elect State Treasurer on JOSEPH MORRIS HARRINGTON
Republican Elect. State Auditor,
»—Photo by Ellis Studio.
ISAAC R. BROWN,
Republican elected for Register of New Castle county. Republican-elect
for office of Coroner. »
—Photo bv Ellis Studio.
' C. A. TAVLOB,
—Photo, Eilig Studio.
for office of Insurance Commis
«loner.
face of returns.
Wills In New Castle county.
fContinued From First Page.)
STATE TREASURER.
Quillen, D. Fouracre, R.
13,222
7,348
6 897
8.615
14.834
7.693
5.864
8.158
Wilmington
New Castle
Kent .
Sussex
36.082
3 6,549
36.082
467
STATE AUDITOR.
Derby, D. Harrington, R
14.953
7,668
6.925
8.771
iVilmington .13,171
New Castle.. 7.124
Kent . 6,509
Sussex . 7.724
CoIIiaon. D. Hollis. R.
14,700
7.708
5.852
8,090
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38.528
38,217
33,628
4,689
INSURANCB COMMISSIONER.
Wi mlngton. 13,309
New Castle. 7,308
Kent ....
Sussex ..,
6 921
8.755
36,293
36.850
36,*293
The members of the Legislature
elected on the face of unofficial re
turns Is as follows;
STATE SENATORS.
New Castle County.
First District—Captain William
*
A. Slmomon, Republican.
Third—J. Gilpin Hlghflold, Re
publican (re-elected).
Fifth—Richard T. Cann. Demo
crat.
Seventh-Harris B. McDowell.
Democrat.
Kent County. • ,
First District—Charles W. Har
desty. Democrat.
Third—Charles duPont Rldgely.
Repub.ican.
.—Fifth—Isaac W. Betts, Democrat.
Snssex County.
First—Harry W. Vlven, Republi
can
Second—Victor A Moore, Demo
crat.
Third—William C. Truitt, Demo
er at.
Fifth—Prettyman. Democrat.
Ther« are thrse Republican and
three holding-over Senators; Sena
tora William J. Lutz, John M.
Walker and Harry Prettyman. Re
publican. and James McIntyre,
Charles D. Murphy and Charlea
Hopkins. Democrats.
REPRESENTATIVES.
New Castle County.
First Diatrlct—Harry H. Marr,
Republican (re-elected).
Second—Jamea B. McManus. Re
publican.
Third—Charlea S. Lednum. Re
publican.
Fourth—William E. Vlpdon, Re
publican (re-elected).
Fifth—Joseph M. Brogan. Deeno
crat.
Sixth—Harry O. Little. Re
publican.
Seventh—William Lord, Repub
lican (re-elacted).
Eighth—James H. Reynolds, Dem
ocrat.
Ninth—Frank Collins. Democrat.
Tenth—James Rogers Holcomb,
»Democrat,
\.Eleventh—William J. Crompton,
Democrat.
Twelfth—Harry Pratt. Democrat.
Thirteenth—Henry L. Davis,
Democrat,
Fourteenth—George T. Slant,
Democrat.
Fifteenth—Howard Jone«, Demo
crat.
RENT COUNTY
First district—Harry Slaughter,
Democrat.
Second—Arthur F. Dawes. Demo
crat
Third—George Pratt. Democrat.
Fourth—Frank B. Webb, Demo
crat.
Fiffh— Dougla« C. Allee. Repub
lican.
Sixth—Albert W. Gooden, Demo
crat.
Seventh—John W. F. Cooper
Democrat.
Eighth—Jester A. Gray. Democrat.
Ninth—George W. Hanson Demo
era:.
Tenth—Nutter Mangel, Republl
can.
Stventh—E. Wilson McCabe. Re
SUSSEX COUNTY
First District—Roy E. Pettyjohn.,
Democrat.
Second—William H. Carlisle, Re
publican.
Third—Walter T. Carey. Democrat.
Fourth—Charles T. Wheatley
Democrat.
Fifth—Samuel N. Culver. Demo
crat
Sixth- Eiwood F. Melson, Demo
crat.
publican.
Ninth—Georgo H. Short, Repub-j
lican.
Tenth—Ward H. Short, Repub
lican.
Eighth—Thomas
Democrat.
C. Slockley,
said many ballots were thrown outlcrat.
by election officers in numerous poll-J
log places in Wilmington because!
Republlcan party workers today
they were ballots Intended for an
other district. They had been dis
tributed in the wrong districts. This
was especially true in the Eighth
Ward. In the sixth district of that
ward 36 Republican votes were
thrown out because the ballots voted
were for another district, workers
reported. In the first district of the
same ward 17 Republican ballots
were reported «s discarded for the
same reason and In several case« In
the Ninth ward similar conditions
prevailed.
Whether tho discarding of those
ballots would be ground tor filing
contests could not ba learned today.
According to tho figures of the
Department of Election there were
6.008 voters registered In this city,
who failed to vote yesterday,
total reglseratlon was 35,750
the combined vole of the Democratic
The
and
and Republican parties in Wilming
ton yesterday was 29,742. The total
| vote polled by the forward party Is
j included In the 6,008 voters, who did
{ not vote for tho two major parties.
! It was said today that this vote
■ would be considerably less than
1 , 000 .
In New Castle County the Repub
lican« were successful In electing
their entire county ticket with the
exception of their candidate for
Sheriff.
Isaac R Brown, Register of Wills,
defeated tho Democratic candidate
for that office, Harley J. Strahorn
by the declseve majority of 3978
votes.
Albert Stetser. Republican for
Register of Wills, defeated his Demo
cratic opponent. Frank F. Years
ley by a majority of 1149. '
Charles A. Taylor, Republican, for
coroner, was successful In winning
over J. Leslie Ford by a majority of
2468.
John W, Walls, Democrat, nom
inee for Sheriff, won over former
Sheriff Samuel A McDaniel by a ma
jority of 4180.
As wo expected the Democrats of
Kent County succeeded In electing
their entire bounty ticket, but not
by as large majorities as they had
anticipated.
For Clerk of the Peace In Kent
county Edgar E. Clements, Demo
crat, won over Edward II. Tubs, Re
publican, by a majority of 933.
For Recorder of Deeds, Edgar H.
Atkinson triumphed over his Repub
llcan opponent. Webster" Phillip«,
with the largest majority of 1133.
For Register In Chancery Ell
Burris, defeated Elias Simpson, Re
publican by a majority of 666.
For Sheriff. J. H. Bullock. Demo
crat, won over Q. J. Saunders, Re
publican, 727 votes to spare.
The majority of B. F. Jester. Dem
'
ocratic nominee for Coroner, was
1017 over W. H. Peterson.
In Sussex county the Democrats
elected their county candidates by
the following majorities:
Levy Court, B. B. Bowden. 1387,
Clerk of the Peace, W. J. Quillen,
501.
Register of Will«, Isaac B. Jones,
269.
Recorder of Deads. H. O. Birman,
1102 .
Sheriff. J. H. Phillips, 786.
Coroner, Elmer Dloklneon, 515.
LEVY COURT
New Castle County
Second district, (Wilmington)
Stewart, Republican, defeated Sa
ville. Democrat, by 2007 majority.
Fourth dlatrlct (Part of Christiana
and Mill Creek Hundred.) Wright.
Republican, defeated Kevin, Demo
crat. by 338 majority.
Sixth district (St Georges and
Pcncader) Truitt. Democrat, defeat
ed Pleasanton. Republican, and
Webb, Independent, by a plurality
0 ( gg
Seventh district (Blackbird and
Appoqulnlmlnk) Hart, Democrat, de
teated Reynolds, Republican, by 436
majority.
LEVY COURT
Knit County
First district—Boyer, Democr^
defeated Ransom Republican, by 62
majority.
Second district—Sheldrake, Demo
crat. defeated Shaw. Republican by
346 majority.
Third
district— Hering.
Repub
lican, defeated Waldman, Democrat.
by 6 majority.
STATE SENATORS.
New Castle County.
First district (all north of Eighth
street)—Simonton, Republican, de
feated Dizer, Democrat, by 3,653
majority.
TJilrd district (Brandywine and
pan of Christiana hundred)—Hlgh
fleld. Republican. defeated Ore,
Democrat, by 333 majority.
Fifth district (New Castle. White
Clay. Red Lion hundreds)—Cann.
Democrat, defeated Clayton, Repub
lican, by 128 majority.
Seventh district (Blackbird and
Appoquanlmink)—McDowell, Demo
crat. defeated Woodkeepcr, Repub
lican. by 4 35 majority.
STATE SENATORS
Kent County.
First district—Hardesty, Demo
defeated Snow, Republicm, by
49 majority.
Third distrlct--R dgely, Repcbli
f
can. defeated Brown, Democrat, by
104 majority.
Fifth district—Betts, Democrat,
defeated Stanton, Republican, by
179 majority.
SENATORS
Sussex County.
First district—Vlven. Republican,
defeated Jones, Democrat, by 600
majority.
Second district—Moore. Democrat,
defeated Derates, Republican, by 745
majority.
Third district—Truitt. Democrat,
defeated Rlggin, Republican, by 883
majority.
Fifth district—Prettyman, Demo
crat, defeated Tunnell, Republican.
l>y 74 majority.
REPRESENTATIVES.
New Castle County.
First district, Marr. Republican,
Farrel, Democrat by 21
won over
majority. *
Second district, McManus, Repub
defeated Hunter, Democrat,
Ilcan,
by 1639 majority.
Third district. Lednum, Republi
can. defeated Ward. Democrat, by
1767 majority.
Fourth district, VIrden, Republi
can. defeated Hftrklne, Democrat, by
165 majority.
Fifth district, Brogan. Democrat,
defeated Griffith, Republican, by
Sixth district (Brandywine hun
dred)—Little. Republican, defeated
Lister, Democrat, by 318 majority.
Seventh district (Christiana hun
dred)—Lord, Republican, defeated
Moore. Democrat, by 39 4 majority.
Eighth dlatrlct (Mill Creek hun
dred)—Reynolds. Democrat, defeat
ed Dickey, Republican, by 14 ma
jority.
Ninth district (White Clay Creek
hundred)—Collins. Democrat, de
feated Oallaher, Republican by 20
majority. •
Tenth district (New Caatle hun
dred Holcomb, Democrat, defeated
Megginaon, Republican, by 337 ma
jority.
Eleventh district ( Penoader hun
dred) Crompton, Democrat, defeated
feafed Davis, Republican, by 60 ma
Jorlty.
Fourteenth district (Appoqulnl
mink hundred)—Slant, Democrat.
defeated Wcatherby, Republican, by
46 majority.
Fifteenth district (Blackbird hun
dred)—Jones, Democrat, defeated
Fretz, Republican, by a majority
of 233.
by majority.
Twelfth , dlatrlct (Red Lion hun
dred)—Pratt, Democrat, defeated
Heybold, Republican, by 12 majority.
Thirteenth district (St. George«
hundred)—Howell, Democrat, do
REPRESENTATIVES.
Kent County.
First district—Slaughter, Demo
crat, defeated Hudson. Republican,
by 6 4 majority.
Second district—Dawe«. Democrat
defeated Wilson, Republican, by 145
majority.
Third district—Pratt. Democrat.
dcf.otcd Titcnor (/... irs
mlîôritv Republican, by laS
V . ____ _
Fourth district—Webb, Democrat,!
defeated Snyder, Republican, by 35
' ™Fi°fth*" ,11 trlM—tllee hti
defeR e, n Rppub ' 1 '' a . n '
defeated Hardcastle. Democrat, by
«( J** dsn
blxth district -Gooden, Democrat.
def-ated Ralph, Republican, by 206
majority.
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. f IKh,h d ! trlct "" 0ray ' Dcmocrat '
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*«triet—Hanson. Demo-i
crat, defeated Butler, Republican, by
3 -®, ma J°'"lty.
Tenth district—Marvel, Repubil
can - defeated Davis, Democrat, by
67 majority.
REPR ESENTATTVES.
Snssex County.
First district—Pettyjohn,
crat. defeated Knotts, Republican,
by 110 majority.
Second district—Carlisle. Repub
lican, defeat>d Conoway. Democrat.
Demo
by 357 majority.
Third district—Carey, Democrat,
defeated Longondyko, Republican
by 274 majority.
Fourth dlatrlct—Wheatley. Demo
crat, defeated Spicer. Republican, by
292 majority.
Fifth district—Culver. Democrat,
defeated Owens, Republican, by 488'
majority.
Sixth district—Melson, Democrat,
defeated Dalsey, Republican, by 328
majority.
Seventh district—McCabe, Repub
lican. defeated Holloway, Democrat,
by 213 majority.
Eighth district—Stockley, Demo
crat. defeated Lawson, Republican,
by 114 majority.
Ninth district—Short, Republican,
defeated Saulsbury. Democrat, by (
Tenth district Short, Republican, |
defeated \V Ingate. Democrat, by 16 j
majority. J
86 .
That s the way all the best g:rls
find the best mistresses through
tho Wants.— Adv, 1

STYLES WINS IN
SALEM COUNTY
Frelinghuysen Gets Major
ity of Votes Over Edwards
at Penn's Grove
Special to The Evening Journal.
PENN'S GROVE, N. J., Nov. 8—
William M. Styles, prcsqnt assembly
man from Salem county, ran nearly
100 per cent ahead of the total vote
cast for him in tho great Republican
landslide of 1920, yesterday, by de
feating his Democratic opponent,
David A. Thompson by nearly 2,000
majority.
farmer of Salem county living near
Perklntown about 2 miles north of
this borough. He has been a mem
ber of the Assembly for the past six
years. Previous to becoming a mem
ber of the Legislature, he served
several terms as clerk to State Sena
tor Collins B. Allen.
It was conceded by the Democratlo
Assemblyman Styles Isa
leaders of the county that the whole
Republican ticket was given a sub
stantial majority In Salem county
yesterday.
In this borough Senator Frellng
huysen. Republican, for United States
Senator polled 568 votes as against
643 vote* for Governor Edwards,
his Democratic opponent. State Sen
ator Runyon Republican candidate
for Governor, received 601 votes asj
against 594 for George S. Slizer.
Democrat. |
The vole in the borough for other
offices follow:
For, Congress. F F. Patterson. R..
present incumbent, 668; Bthnn X'.
Westcott, D.. 470. For Assembly, W.
S. Styles. R.. present Incumbent, 1
728; David A. Thompson. D.. 350.
. an te . . .a.vman, present mem
tier of the Board of r recholders
from I enn s Grove was re-elected
fwrimrJ« 'vlln "f"" 15 ' 4,0
ono^ienf d n 3t hf
opponent. The result« in the fight
for the borough offices were, for
Council, three-year term; Mark Dal- 1
B . 18 Wll!lam P Wright, I
60 f: ST Un "
pired term, Robert M. Walker, D., (
644.
For Surrogate of Salem county. T.
R. Reed Pancoaet. R.. 581; Furman
L. Carpenter, D.. 478,
mi,. a.,...., ...j,,.,. ,
The defeated candidates for coun
„h t » ,.ak 40 «
ell were: Jacob Adams, R., with 481
t __ r» oo
vores; Alexander UvInsr*tone. R., 36u
votes- Charles P Kidd D 484
William Adams, R.,' was elected
Justice of the peace by 703 votes as
against Andrew Polantlano, his
Democratic opponent's 233.
Thft "«Publican ticket wsa elected
* n Y- T PPor Penn'« Nock township
,ho o*«PU°h of Robert Hurley. D.
who defeated Chester L. Errlce, R..
wh)( . h lnc , ud „ Carney . s Po , nt> with
hv •( (rood* miiorfiv for assessor
Dy go od majority, tor asse ssor.
ROY FILLS ON BOTTLE
Falling while carrying a bottle
yesterday afternoon. Joseph Kirk
I>atrIcki ; yrarSi 61i Fre _ ch Btreet ,
eut hls bands. He was removed to
thr netware Hospital In the police,
ambuIance#
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INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 8 (United!
Jamea A. Bevoridgie. Re- j
BEVERIDGE ADMITS DEFEAT.
publican S natorial candidate, early
this afternoon conceded the elec
tion of his Democratic opponent.
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c f t be i ate "Bishop of All Outdoors."
who was shot to death in his home
at Havre, Mont., by Mrs. Carlton,
n -ho then c ommitted suicide, has
taken the body of her slain husband
to Waterloo, N. Y„ for burial there, j
MANY DEMOCRATS WIN
IN OFF YEAR ELECTION
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(Continued from Page One.)
back everything they lost two years
In the south and scored heavy
ago
gains in normally Republican ter
gains:
New York, 14 seats; Pennsylvania,
7; Ohio. 8; Illinois, 6; New Jersey,
6; Tennessee, 3; Virginia, l^Ken-l
ritory.
Scattering and Incomplete returns
Indicated the following Democratic
tucky. 3; Indiana. 6; West Virginia.)
3; Washington. 1; Oklahoma 4;
, __ . . .
Kansas, 8; Iowa. 1; Nebraska, 4;
Maryland. 1: Massachusetts. 1;
Mlchlgan. 1; Mlnn?sota, I; Missouri,
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KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 8
(Unified Press).—The • Southwest j
Joined the other sections of counto i
In providing new political thrills.
Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma [
offered Democrats a new lease on
i
11; Delaware, 1.
SOUTHWEST SHOWS
DEMOCRATIC GAINS
their political life as the result
, n M!ssourli j a mea * A. Reed,
Democrat, fighting for rs-elcctlon
and his political life, against R. R.
Republican, who attacked
hin stand against the League of Na
dons and former President Wilson,
hafi a lead of 65,000 today in re
turns from all but 1,300 scattered
precints.
of elections yesterday, Texas over-1
, , . . . „ , ,,
whelmlngly went for Earle B. Mav
field. Democrat, supported by the
Ku KIux Klan.
Kansas City and St. Louis. I
Early returns Indicated election of
nine Democratic Congressmen in
Missouri.
Reed showed unexpected atreilfcth
I» rural sections, but failed to draw
the largo pluralities counted on in
In Kansas, Republicans were hav
lr>p ° ne ° f ,he '■ |osw ' t flerhts ,n years
, vjth j onat han M. Davis, Democrat
holding a 3,000 vote lead over W. Y.
Morgan, Republican.
A Republican defeat would Indl
cate endorsement of the Ku KIux
Klan and repudiation of Governor
'Henry J. Allen's Industrial court
, ^ ^
Iaw - Democrats gained two seats in
^ _ , . ,. t
Congre», returns indicated, a'- ,
, . « un . , 1
though other Republicans eecmed to
hr,v< ' h, ' , ' n
Jack Walton, Democrat, for Govern
Democrat» made gains In Okla
homa. where Judge M. C. Garber,
of Enid, appeared the only Repub
lican Congressman elected on re
turns reported early today. Miss
Alice Robertson waa among thoao
defeated In the noar-Iandflllde for
or - Walton endorsed farmer
j | abor ,,i a t( 0 rm.
The soldier bonus measure was
adopted overwhelmingly in Kansas
and defeated almost as decslvely in
Oklahoma.
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BRUCE WINS MARYLAND.
BALTIMORE. Nov. 8.—Yester-
day's election In Maryland reeulted
as follows:
For United States Senator: Wll
llam Cabell Bruce, Democrat, suc
ceeds Senator Joseph I. France, Rc
publican.
For the House of Representatives:
Three Republicans and tw Demo
crats re-elected.
Ings, Democrat, second district, only
new Congressman from Maryland.
Bruce'a victory was overwhelm
Hls majority In the entire
Millard E. Tyd
ing.
State will reach 20.000.
UODfiE MAJORITY
MAY BE 3,000
BOSTON. Nov. 8—(United Press)
—Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, has
been re-elected by a slight margin,
returns from all but 21 of the state's
1407 precincts Indicated at 11 a. m.,
today.
_ . , .
Latest figures gave Lodge a lead
to about 4900.
The Democratic State Committee,
however, would not concede Lodge"«
election and as members waited at
headquarters for the final answer, j
there was much talk of asking tor
a state wide recount.
At about 11.30 the Democratic
State Committee estimated Lodge's
lead at slightly more than 3000.
LODGE TN CLOSE RACE.
BOSTON, Nov. 8.—(United Press)
—Senator Henry Cabot Lodge and
Col. William A. Gaston, Democrat, !
w ere runnlnlg neck and neck in the !
Senate race today. With 22 cities
towns yet to report Lodge had
a lead of nearly 8000, hls party lead
ers claimed
Gov. Chanting H. Cox, Repuhll-i
*
can, was re-elected by a plurality of
60,000 latest returns
more than
showed.
The vote on the referendum on
the question of prohbidlon enforce
ment in Mass., was overwhelmingly
wet, the ballotting being
against enforcement to 170,191 for
j ( be gt a te law.
201,378
PIXCHOT W^S IN PA.
HARRI8GURG. Pa.. Nov. 9 (Unit
od Press).-A rock in a s«i
ocratic gains, Pennsylvania clung to
,. , . _
"« Republican traditions In Tues
day's election, the Republican can
didatos for Governor, for U. S. Sen
jators sweeping through to impres
I sive majorities.
With half the districts In the
I State heard from. Gifford Pinchot.
j Republican candidate for Governor,
and his running mates. George
j Wharton Pepper and David A. Reed.
for U. S. Senators, were leading by
j over 2QO.OOO.
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EDWARDS WINS NEU
[ TRENTON, N. J.. Nov. ( ni e
Drafls).—Democrats : V pp ' ! , lrf
have gained six scats in the House
of Representatives in the Demo
, , ...
cratic sweep of this State oarrying
_ v , _,,
seven Congressional candidates In
office. There is only one In the
present delegation.
Gov. Edward I. Edwards has been
elected Senator over Joseph Freling
huyson and George S. Silzer Demo
erat ha« been chosen governor over
William X, Runyon,
tricts out of 2464 Edwards had 224,
993 and Frelinghuysen 180.19 7.
1050 districts Silzer was
ahead.
In 1354 dis
In
19,120
KELLOGG BERING IN MINN,
ST. PAUL, Minn. Nov. 8.—(United!
I Press.)—Andrew J. Volstead, father:
0 f tho prohibition act apparently has
pcen defeated for re-election. The
0 . j KvaIe hol( , s a i ea d of
rnor(> than 2 000 over Volstead In the
seventh Congressional district,
Increasing his lead aa each addi
tional prectnt was counted. Dr. Hen
rik Shlpstead. Non Partisan today
appeared to be victor over Frank B.
Kellogg, Republican. " strong man"
of Minnesota for United States Sen
ate.
_
Anna Dickie Diesen, flrst woman
«
, nominee for the United States Scn
1 ,
ate running on the Democratic tic
ket was a P° or thlrd -
stl iL 'bussing.
Tb® 'State gave at le.at four eon
RALSTON LEADS BEVERIDGE.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 8.
(United Press)—Indiana apparently
has sent Samuel M. Ralston, former
Democratic governor to the United
States Senate to succeed Senator
Harry S. New. Incomplete returns
from most of the 92 counties show
ed Ralston leading Albert J. Bever
idge by more than 10,000.
One third of the precincts were
grcssional scats—possibly eight—to
the Democrats, splitting its solid
Republican delegation.
Oscar Lukring, John Benham and
Milton Kaus, incumbents, /lost their
seats and Samuel Lambden, Re
publican seeking election to succeed
James Dunbar was defeated by
Frank Gardner, a Democrat.
With one-third of the State unre
ported, Victor Donajey, Democrat,
has a margin of 18,555 votes over
Carml Thompson, in tho Ohio gov
ernorship race.
Congressman Simeon D. Pess, Re
publican, Is leading Senator Atlee
Pomereno. Democrat, for the United
States Senate, by 15,066.
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 8 (United
Press).-Ohio's beer and light
wine amendment took a sudden,
slump upon receipt of returns from I
precincts showing 399.245 !
4552
Votes for and 428,421
proposal.
Many of the later precincts to re*
against the
port are In rural districts.
KANSAS VOTE CI/OSE.
TOPEKA, Kan«., Nov. 8 (United
Press)—With practically complete
returns from 1400 out of 2536 pre
c i n cts, Jonathan M. Davis, Democrat
was leading W. Y. Morgan, Rep ub iil
can In the contest for Governor by
j 2624 votes.
Morgan and Davis were running
so close It appeared the official count
be required to determine the winner.
Apparently all of the Republican
ticket except Morgan had been safe
ly elected.
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REED LEADS IN MISSOURI.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 8 (Unltèd Press)
James A. Reed, veteran Democratic
Senator from Missouri, was reason
ably certain of re-election today.
Reed was leading R. R. Brewster,
hls Republican rival by approxl
mately 65.000 on the face of return*
from 2.619 precincts out of 3,876
Jn tho State. Latest figures were:
Reed, 342,112; Brewster, 287,019.
FERRIS LEADS TOWXSENB.
DETROIT,
8.—(United
Press).—Taking Michigan Republi
cans by complete surprise, latent
Wayne county reports from 436
precincts out of 659 give Woodbridge
X. Ferris, Democratic candidate for
Nov.
United States Senate, a substantial
lead over Senator Charles E. Town
send. Ferris' lead was approxl
mately 16.000 vote« In Wayne coun
Ity nt g « ni
Reports from 2074 precincts out
of 2907 In the State now «how Fer
ris in the lead with a majority of 1
11,104.
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j
JOHNSON WINS IN CALI.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8.—(Uni
ted Press).—Thirty-one counties In
complete, give for U. S. Senator:
Hiram W. Johson, Republican.
140.919; William J. Pearson, Demo
!rrat, 17,943.
For Governor:
F. W. Richardson. Republican,
172,114; Thomas Lee Woolwlne,
Democrat, 39,576.
The Wright prohibition enforce
ment act, considered a test of pro
hibition In the State, was still in
doubt. It was leading In Southern
California, but San Francisco was
against It.
N. H. ELECTS DEMOCRAT.
CONCORD. N. H., Nov. 8 (United
Press).—New Hampshire elected a
Democratic
Brown, and Demooats gained one of
the two Congressional seats, latest
returns today indicated.
Fred H.
Governor.
CALDER LOSES IN NEW YORK.
ALBANY, X. Y., Nov. 8.— (United
Press.)—Former Gov. Alfred B.
Smith, has been elected governor of
New York by one of the greatest
majorities ever given a candidate In
an "off year" election. Early to
day with less that 300 election dis
tricts in the State missing, Smith
was leading Gov. Nathan L. stiller,
Republican Incumbent by 400,000
majority In round numbers. This
figure ill not be changed materially
by the result of the missing districts.
In electing Smith the voters of the
state «ent a complete Democratic
state ticket into office electing Royal
S. Copeland to the United States Sen
ate over William Calder Republican
incumbent and sending a majority
of Democrats to the lower House of
Congress.
FIGHT AHEAD FOR
L B. MAYFIELD
Election to Senate From
Texas to Be Contested
on Floor
MAY ALSO OPPOSE
IN STATE COURTS
DALLAS, Texas, Nov. 8. (United
Press)—Another fight against alleged
excessive expenditure In a^ertatorlai
campaign with the Ku KIux Klan la
sue injected for good measure was
planned hero today following election
of Earle B. Mayfield, Democratic
candidate for U. S. Senator.
The battle to keep Mayfield out of
the Senate will probably beMought
in the Texas courts and on the Sen
ate floor, according to R. B. Creagar,
State Republican chairman.
Llitgatlon
to keep
name off tho ballot continued until
the eve of the election when a Su
preme Court ruling wiping out all
Injunctions against him was handed
down—too late to get him on the
ticket in many counties.
Majdleld's
The fight against him Was based
on alleged excessive expenditures In
his primary campaign.
'The course we will take In the
courts of Texas, should action there
be deemed advisable, will be deter
mined by our lawyers," said Creager
In a statement to the. United Press
today.
we will carry the matter of seating
Mayfield on the floor of the United
"I can say positively that
States Senate."
Creager attacked t>he State Attor
ney General for ruling George E. B.
Peddy'a name off the ballot which
was done because the coalition can
didate was nominated In convention
and not by primary.
"No technicality can obscure the
fact that the Navarro county jury
empanelled under the forms of law
found Mayfield guilty of violating
the primary election law and penalty
prescribed by that law la hls exclu
sion from any office."
ALLIES TALK
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TURK CAPITAL
and , ,
British warship.
(Continued from Page One.)
taken refuge aboard a
The Near Eastern crisis was made
still more acute when the Kemallsts
who aelzed civ.I authority began ap
plying their administrative measures
In Constantinople raising custom
rates prohibitively and virtually
abolished capitulations.
Earl Beatty, Britain's First Sea
Lord wa« summoned to London to
day by the Bonar Law cabinet which
Is holding war councils in connec
tion with the Near Eastern crisis.
He answered the summons Immedi
ately.
Simultaneously the French cruiser
Rousseau sailed for Constantinople
to reinforce thb Allied fleet« there.
LONDON. Nov. 8 (United Press).
—'The Turkish policy—Nationalism
B ono w,ld — !s an affront to the
Allies and a challenge to Europe
that cannot be tolerated." Lord
Curzon, foreign secretary declared
tho most definite menace to world
peace he continued adding that the
In a speech here today.
The Near Eastern situation is now
a
Kr-raallsts' pretensions are "unjus
tifiable.''
Headaches from Slight Colds
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NEWS ODDITIES
_
,f arly *' ir »* ry went hand in hand
W1 H 1 fihavln &
JSo 8nakes are found on tho Bar
m ii, da1 ®! a " ds '
Tbe dalay Is the American Le
1 «««"»» official flower.
Pigeons are used extensively In
j forest fire fighting
j Baseball was played In Now York
Iaa ® arl y aa Ï*«
American musical comedies are
no * P°P u I ar In Mexico.
The Emergency fleet corporation
lau nched 2312 hulls.
The f ? nlted States supplies 70 per
cent of the world's oil.
A11 th ® diamonds of the world
would go In eq eight foot cube.
Oregon la making a special effort
to Protect the antelope,
A ton of «oft
4
coal produce« 10,
000 feet of illuminating gas.
DIM
IjA ^o P fT^ t s N ""f atuck ' Conn ■ Virginia.
Infant daughter of David M„ and
J - r --<we. aged n days. Pun
£t*al private, from the residence of
her grandmother. Mrs. W. A. Hlt
ÎSî5 0UB îr 727 E T# * nth street on
u eanesda^-. November 8, 1922 In
.cilverbrogk Cemetery.
BOt HDAN—tn thl* city, on November
6 1922 Margaret A. M.. wife of
Hugo F. Bourdan (nee Parley:
Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral from her tale
residence. 230« West M ■
Thursday morning, at 9 o'clock
Solemn requiem mass at St Pau' h
cemetery Intermcnt at Cathedral
MARRONI—in this city, on November
ci-,.. Aruce-Ilne, daughter of
Orlso and Teresina Marronl. aged 9
and 8 months. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend the
funeral from the residence of her
parents. Hl»»rvlew avenue, Hollv
uak, on Thursday afternoon. No
vemher 9. at 2 o'clock Services at
St. Patricks Church, at 2.30 o'clock,
r-. - nt a " Cathedral cemetery
CARPENTER—In this city, on Nov
ber 6. 1923, Mary E. widow
Henry Carpenter, aged S3 years
Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral aervlees,
the residence of her eon-in-law. K
Frank Tyre. 912 Vandevef aventje.
on Wednesday evening. November
8 o'clock. Interment
Georgetown, Dei. «
COREV—In this city, on November 7.
1923, Edna Williamson, wife of Wil
*' fl tn C. Corey. Ptineral eorvlc#**
will be held at her late reaidenre,
2301 Willard street, on Friday af
ternoon, November 10, at 2.30
o'clock. Interment at Wilmington
and Brandywine cemetery.
ICIRK—In . this city, on November 8.
1922. Jennie Pr. widow'of Charles
R. Kirk, aged 74 years. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend
the funeral from the realdence of
her aon. Charles H. Kirk. 808 W.
Ninth atreet, on Saturday after
noon. November 11, at 1.30 o'clock.
Services at Head of Ghrletiana
Presbyterian Church, at 2.30 o'clock
Interment at Head of Christiana
cemetery.
street,
c .
of
a t
8. a
at
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Estate
Undertaker and Embalmer
Telephones: 1160-1040
Office and Residence
722 KING STREET
Ella M. Ftahe-r, Executrix
j
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UNDERTAKER
(Graduate Embalmer)
B. W. Cor. 24th and Market Sts.
Phone 578.
Marshall H. Yeatman
Undertaker and Embalmer
Successor to John B. Martin
OFFICE: 819 WASHINGTON CT.
Telephone 13.
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A complete school In a new,
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Kindergarten for beginners.
Courses for college entrance by
certificates or examination.
Tuition charges cover courses
in Art. Vocal Music, Manual
Training and Home Eco
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Special Attention Given to Phys
ical Culture and Athletics
under competent director*.
Fine Gymnasium and Play
grounds.
All members of the Faculty
have had previous successful
experience.
Hot luncheon provided at cost
for pupils who desire It.
Bus for conveying the younger
children to and from school.
Delaware avenue trolley. No.
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A Prospectus will be sent upon
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