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fftsctsd te Congress, Says Cam'
I , ,i palgn Managtr Opposition
,V Vi-Hain't yet Cencsdsd Victory
ADAM'S APPLE CELEBRATES
' -Andrew Gump, nominee for Congress,
he made n MlrrltiB rnmnalRn with the
Blegan, "100 Per Cent for the People."
frpnrently has wen by n fair majority.
, His campaicn manaRcr raid this morn
Ing that he had wen easily, though the
1 opposition still refused te concede his
In some Instances, by error, vote
were cast for him for ether offices
than that for which he was a candidate.
Fer Instance, In the twenty-first divi
sion of the Thirty-second Ward, he
tecclved n vote for Senater.
Election officers had an argument
When they came ncres the vote for
Andy. Jehn SI. Amueg, of 1044 .Tud .Tud
en street. a committeeman working for
rinchet, Instructed the judge of elec
tion te tally the Gump vote for Repre
sentative, us that was the office te
which Andy aspired. The vote was
thus counted and Gump's name was
included In the official taliv sheet.
Mr. Gump remained at his head
quarters throughout the nlplit, wan
ning the returns cleely. The office
were crowded. Mr. Gump retained hi
elf-compeMire, the only rvidcnru of
motion being the throbbing of his
At 0 o'clock this morning he and
JMrs. Gump called n tai und sped out
te their home. With them was tlieir
non. Ohest'T, who had begged per per
uNleu te it up for the returns. Ihev
wade nn appealing family picture.
I'hester. in his mother's arms, looked
'with affectionate eyes nt his father and
tried te -treke his chin but found tills
impossible. Mrs. Gump's deep put pie
ye were wet with tears of joy.
At the Gump home, despite' the hour,
neighbors crowded the front perch and
cheered lustily us the taxi rattled up
tiiid the Gumps get out. Mrs. Gump
Immediately invited every one in te
ra, Mftetlat te wta far tie. Ml
Thirteenth Wart A typical, eM-time
Republican vote was piled up, smoul smeul
dering political animosities, betas dis
carded In favor of the united front
called for by the Republican leaders.
Pinchot get 4003 te 119 for McSparran.
FwjrteeaUi Wart This section,
which once acknowledged Jehn R. K.
Bcett as political overlord, ran Pinchot
ahead of the ticket by a slight margin.
He get 2006 Vetes te 342 for McSpar
ran. Fifteenth Wart Here, where Judge
Brown, of the Municipal Court Jerks
the political guide reins, a plurality of
4000 was given te Pinchot, although the
Democrats scored well, comparatively.
Richard D. Hums, candidate for the
Legislature eet 0205 cemnared with
6100 for Pinchot.
Sixteenth Ward The strnlsht -
publican ticket prevailed in every di
vision ei tins ward, nnchet received
1018 votes, while 285 electors marked
their ballets for McSparran.
Seventeenth Ward A uniform Re
publican vote was the rule, the vote for
Congress and the Legislature slightly
exceeding that for the executive offices.
Klghteenth Ward Rebert J. Orler
nnd Councilman llctaell co-operated In
bringing out the biggest possible Re
publican vote. Senater Pepper ran
about two score votes behind his col
leagues', but the results show most of
the voters contented themselves with a
cress in the party square.
Nineteenth Ward The days of Dave
Martin were recalled here as Republi
can ballets poured into the boxes. The
ward gae Pinchot a JiOOO lead ever Mc
Sparran and gave virtually the some
leads te Republican candidates for Con
gress and the Legislature.
Twentieth Ward Scattered knifing
of Mr. Pinchot was disclosed in the re
turns from this district, where David
II. Lane has been potent for years.
Kvcn nt that. Mr. Pinchot was given
me of the biggest ward majorities in
the city roughly. 0000. Senater Pep
per ran nearly IJOOO votes ahead nf the
Twenty-first Ward This industrial
section gave Senater Reed mere votes
than Senater Pepper, the Democratic
opponents of both winning a MirprU
ingly large vote. Expectations of a
big vote there for William J. Burke,
Progressive candidate for the United
States Senate, fell flat. He get 321
votes about one-fourteenth of Reed's
and Chestnut Hill "came across" with
impAKtPHiA, wmmmiai':, vKwmmMtmmMd
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MtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmammmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmlmmmmmmmimmmmKmmmmmmmmBmmBmmmmmimTr- . I ij J. . HAJIL-
I ill I till! I I I III )i I ii'J'i' ,
ONE TOOT FROM TIRED TOOTER
Anemic Hern Has Sole Celebration After Crowd Gets Weary
Talking te Himself and Gees Heme
Election night In Philadelphia I
And the excitement was as fellows t
One red balloon, one green balloon,
carried by one unhappy looking man,
One tenerlike horn, tooting weakly
from a passing automobile. Bounds of
jollity within the automobile.
The clang of several patrol bells.
Several patrols occupied by policemen
One man glowing with the radiance
of Demen Rum's little brother Moon
shine muttering repeatedly: "I tell
you, he's get schwell chance te win."
Ne one te give him any argument.
A flurry, and out of a restaurant onto
the pavement a man, protesting weakly:
"see here, I will have the law en
you. This U a frta country."
Hopeful crowd gathered and faded as
the offender disappeared. ,
"Rill" Van's crowd, with a band
and lets of red i lights the band playing
"Onward Christian Soldiers."'
Small crowds, each cheering 'te him
self feebly before a newspaper odes.
, Several groups, almost animated,
talking about the fate of Andy Gump.
Playful souls in West Philadelphia
turn in false fire alarms, two in
One o'clock en election night and all
Ne atmosphere, no crowds, few Jovial
spirits. Nothing te show It was a
night different from the ethers of the
week. , ,
get out totals that while geed were
net remarkable. Plnchet's lead was
3100, the ete for the ether Republican
candidates hugging close te that figure.
Forty-sixth Wart Anether wallop
ing majority for the next Governer
came through in this big West Phila
delphia ward. Plnchet's vote was 10,
731 ; McSparran's 3001.
Forty-seventh Wart A lead of 8500
votes was listed for Pinchot in this up
town 'ward, the vote for Congress and
the Legislature running true te form
by passing that for Governer.
Forty-eighth Wart This Seuth
Philadelphia ward complimented "Bill"
Vare by giving him mere votes for
Congress and the State Senate than It
gave Pinchot for Governer, although
the latter wen a 3200 lead there. The
votes for the ether Republican nom
inees kept close te Mr. Plnchet's tally.
CLOSE FIGHT IN CHESTER
COUNTY FIRST DISTRICT
Indications Point te Election
Leng te Legislature
Returns from seventy-nine of 128
precincts in Chester County give Pin
chot 7S50 votes and McSparran 5S8S.
Fer Congress, the vote In seventy-
Ward Germantown eight precincts gives Butler, Rep., a
i ieau ei mere man nw ever r.ius, ins
vote is :
Aurlv ttni lii cntit nf- ,1.A knml nr
the table, and inadvertentlv tmuriwi n smashing majority for Pinchot. He , Democratic opponent. .The
luelaw.es en his natuieal. He nn.i ww.i cot 13.42(1 votes te .1172 for MeSnar- liutler. ,013: Ellis. Coel
for liis faux pas. I ran. State Senater Woodward polled The fight for General Assembly In the
"It must be." he exnlnlnp.i "that 1 13. 102 In the ward. I First District of Chester County is
Tjiy nerves have nt last overcome me. . Twenty-third Ward The Democrats rle,p- Dut Present returns Indicate the
urns nas ereii a msni pt strain." 'made n stiff fight here, although net I ?"'ion. Dy a smeii majority, ex .
A lady of the neighborhood reached I Pn(mR te cause alarm te the Repub- ' )) Len Hep., of Coatesville. ever
ever te give Mr. (,uiup u sympathetic i,.an,. The ward gave Pinchot 3023 1Ii3'M Turner, Dem. The vote In
kiss, and was instantly beaned with the . VfeSnarriii 1044 Willln m '!iv-!tw,t.v-sevi'n of forty-two precincts
.11 &Mrr- (Jnml'- AlK,gl(,1ller Demecra? who 'tried te emXte ' & $" 70 ; Turner 2062
vcre then made by all concerned and ' Tnmes t N'ultv's feat in 1010 bv can- ' In tlle Second District Miss Martha
the incident was forgotten. J"m" l' StTte senatershin fell far. r" Themas, of Exten, Rep., and Snm-
It was net until he had finished his wl VYls coal Mmaterslllp' rel1 far nel A. Whittnker. of Pheenlxville, were
forty-third buckwheat fnkp that Mr. i "" u '" b ' ... . . . . nlm-terl hv aiihstntiHal mntnpltle. Thpip
. . I'i'ii'ii iiv iiiiHiiiiii ini inn mriiiHS
ump could be preailed upon te speak. , nventj-ieunn Mara i incnet was opi)enfnt8 were Mr8i Jane Knne FeuIke
3t was .u the Mime time that he re- Riven a handsome majority In this irmvnp Democrat, of West Chester,
inevcd his bread brimmed campaign ' a. '1nn",K Mcfrpnrren by nearly nt)(1 Eugcne MeCabe, Dem.. of Phoe Phee
fcat. (5001). The Democrats were beaten four nixvllIe The vote in twenty-clx pre -
"My, friends. he said, "his voice . te one all along the line. cincts Is: Miss Themas, 5040: WMt-
tieep with emotion, "en present Indica-; Twenty-fifth Ward Register of tnkcr, 4377; Mrs. Browne, 3350; Mo
tions I win. I go te Congress as YGl'R Wills Campbell squeezed out mere votes Cabe, 2287.
representative. I am 100 per cent fur for his favorite. Congressman Connelly,
the pieple. I wear no man's cellar" , than he did for Pinchot. although the nilAlYC EC I T lal UaCUIMftTnil
nnd suiting action te word, Mr. Gump, Terester was haanded a 4000 majority. "" rbul hhiihiiwh
tripped off his thirtcen-and-a-half and
irumpieii en it.
"And new and new " Mr. Gump's
voice was breaking with emotion
"gtttell out et here. I'm going te
I'eeMng that an effort will be made
te steal the election from Gump,
Geerge G. Green, an upholsterer, living
at 218 Buckingham place, West Phila
delphia, came forward today with an
efler te centiibute funds with which te
letuin legal counsel.
"I am net personally nceuuintprf with
Sir. Gump," the campaign worker suid
Connelly's vote for Cenpress was 0220
and Mr. Tinchet's for Governer was
Twenty-sixth Ward Congressman
Vare, true te his early forecasts, gave
Pinchot n 0000 majority here, although
a hundred-odd voters cut Sennter Pep
per. Twenty-seventh Ward This West
Philadelphia areu gave Pinchot nearly
3000 ever McSparran. The Democrats
were out-numbered seven te one,
Disturbance 4600 Miles Away Re
corded In Georgetown Observatory
Washington. Nev. S.-fRv A P.I
An earthquake was recorded last night
at the Georgetown University Selsme-
leglcal Observatory, tremors beginning
at 6:11 P. M. ana continuing until
7:10. The maximum intensity was
readied between 6 :42 and 6 :44 P. M
The Rev. Father Tonderff. director
'of the observatory, estimated the cen
this morning. "Hut I was impressed many ether wards, the legislative can
toy his campaign speeches and deter- dldates polled mere votes than the head
mined te work in his interest in West1 of the ticket.
Philadelphia. 1 belieie he has been I m.. ...... i.i. i m.k-.j it-
, . . ,, I inriu.1 -iiiiiiii iiiuu ivitunni nr
IVill. . MUll.ll Jf . " IV..., .uvn?., U wUV
Twenty-eighth Wart Pinchot' ma-' ter of the disturbance te have been 4000
jerity here was nearly 3000. As in . miles south of Washington.
Reeling. Pa.. Nev. 8.-Twe votes ' " ' m" belt for Plncijet.
were cast for Andy Gump in the third , J Iewr WaS 6cratcIled b'
tireclnnt of Tililen. It is th firuf tlmn ' voters.
lnce Andrew .Tneksen thnt fh .n,ri,.f , Tlilrtleth Ward As In all the
1ms net irene selidlv I)imnrrnH,v nia. organized wards, the Republican vote
trict Attorney Mays declares be will naa fairly uniform. Plnchet's major
Hart an investigation immediately te 'ty wns about .1700.
ascertain whether a repeater was at , Thirty-flrst Ward Almest three lte lte
Werk. ' publicans marched te the polls for every
I Democrat in this city. Plnehet received
Clin fZiviev Tirtnhn4- , 41e9 and McSparran 17.".1. Nothing
vn-i xuza M itlLilUl noteworthy was upparent In the figures.
180.368 Mninrttll' Thlrty-swend Wart Senater I'ep-
jqt" Mujuruy Vfr KOt men. V0te8 herp than Mr j,,,.
'cbet. The Democrats made a fair show
Continued from ri On iug but Plnchet's majority reached 3400.
of Harry .1. Trainer, the workers kept Thirty-third Wart This nl-0 gar
the vote ccn!y distributed among the I'mchet a substantial majority, showing
Jli publican candidates, Senater Pepper ,he co-ordination affected for the elec-
alenu running slightly behind the tn. ?0U,n,me!L llatien .Snd Jr,"
eli,,rs J luc . Kinley, rival helmsmen for the word.
Dynamite In N. Y. Tenement
New Yerk, Nev. 8. Speedy evacu
ation of a tenement en the Cast Side
took nlace yesterday when It was dis
covered that a "nice, shiny stick" with
which ten-yenr-eld Salvatore Cotllle
was playing was dynamite.
New State Senate
First William S. ,Vr. R.
Second Wamusl W. 8lui, B.
Fourth Kdward, W. PattW.
Sixth OBenr; Woodward, B.
Eighth Tladdeua B. KrajlM. B. . .
Tnih (Ducki Ceuatjr) Clartnea J. Buck
fnati R. ... . k . . t
Twelfth (Mentsemerr Countr) Flatebar
W. Htltes. R. , t .
Feutteenth (Carben. Monre, Plka and
Waine Ceuntla Harvty Hutiman. .
Kiki.nin iienucn ivuniri -no
Bctiani K. .
Twentieth (fart ei LuMrn Countr Asa
K. nwiit. h.
Albert Dnvla. R,
Twenty-fourth Columbia, Lreomlns'.'Uen-
tour an-l Huuiyan ueantws--unarivs w.
ixnts. n, nna v.
Twent) -sixth (Caraoren. Clarien. Clinten,
Elk snd Fereat Ceuntlea) Richard B. Quls-
ar.,1 ITnlnll -nlintla
H... H...w.. wr . T . -" -- --; iiTT.-
Tumty-eigntn vxerK euniy jienry u.
I.nnlun, li. . .....
Thirtieth (Blair and Huntingdon Conn Cenn
tiea) "PU mouth, W. Bnrder. B.
Thlrty-necend (rayett County Our W.
Orenn. R. . . ..
Thlrn-reurtn ti;enir ana citarnaia iun-
aeen. . tviiuain i.
vnariea aietir. n
Thirt-ixth (Bedford. Fulton and Semereet
Counties) Oeorae W. Derrick. B.
rhirt-elhth (part of Allecnanr County)
M, O. Ualla. R. . ... .
fortieth ipnrt of AlteslianT County)
Cndunllader M. BaiT. B.. and D.
Feri-dcnnd (part et Allesheny CeuntrV
Merrl i:inteln. B. . ...
Ferty.fuurth (part of Allastxnr County)
William D. Mnnafleld. B...
Kertj-ntih (part et Allegheny County)
Jehn I'. Harris. B. ,
Fert-lghth ('enante and Warren Coun Ceun
tlc Mnrehall Phlppa. B.
Fiftieth (Crawford and Mercer Ceunttai)
Trunk 1'. Miller. R.
New State Heuse
Adam drover C. Myera, D.
Allegheny First Joaeph "R. lamen, R.;
Jeseph C. Marcuf, R.
foi-end William J. MeCalg. B.t Wit
Ham F. MeCann, B.
Third James J. Coyne. B.
Fourth Edward B. Oeehrlns. B.
Sixth William T. Bell, B.t WIUlam 3.
.Mangan, R.: 'Ocerge It. Seffel, B,
Seventh Daniel A. Malle, R.I James
Eletb Harry A. Little. R.i William Wirt
NMnth Cliften I Kelley. R.
Twelfth Helen Orlmei. R.; Frank H.
Kennedy. R.: Owllym A. Prlcu. R.; Joeeph
U, fiteedle, R.
Thirteenth Nelien MeVlear, B.: 'Jehn
W. Viekerman. R.
Armstrong 'Charles F. Armstrong, R.
Beaer Second Clarence D. Frailer, B.;
Jehn Q. Marshall. R.
lleiferd J. Ansen Wright. R.
Ilerks First 'Paris B Esches. R.! 'Er
nest V. Pesev, R, Becend Orvllle C.
tste.man. -intra naipn a ucneener,
and U. Fourth Wilsen U. Sarlg,
Hlalr First Fred A. Ball, B. Bacend
Samuel McCurdy. R. and D.; Simen F.
Bucks W. Albertien Halnea. B.I Wil
liam H. Weamer. ,R.
Butler Gertrude MacKlnney, R.i Geerge
L. Wener. R.
Carben William V. Hentt. D.
Center Themas H. Beaer, R.
Chester First William W. Leng. R.
Second Martha O. Themas. B.i Samuel
A. Whltaker. R.
Clinten Edard P. Jenes. R.
reiumbia T. u. Harter. v.
Mack. D. . . " r T i ' v
Philadelphia. JTIrtt ThesMa . MS
Third 'Arneld JtV Hlwnbers, B. SJM O.I
Henry R. Nelt. bT' . .
Fourth Janwa V. .Latfartr. R. .,.
Fifth Alfred P. Atlmsji Kj O. Walter
aiasgnw, R.I Jehn J. QaaWn, Jt.
8lxth Andrew F, ItavMS, B.
Eighth Jeshua JEvana, B.'l JaffariOB W.
Nlnih Hrraan DllshelsMr. Br., B.
Temth Rlehard D. Beng. B.i Aleisnder
Eleventh Phllla. Meratg, B.
Twwnn jenn m. Ariaur, n.i
ThtrteanUi ejaaaah Varan. B.I CltBtOB
Fourteenth Wailaea Bremlarr B. . ,
Fifteenth Franklin panear Bdmead. B.I
Heward Bmlth. B.
Bixteentn "jamaa a. inna, n,
Seventeenth Resa a, J feBBS. B.I Ben
jamin H. Fields. R.i Jamaa 3. Hefternan. B.
Eighteenth Harry Oraaby j B.I Samuel J.
Nineteenth 'Edward Raws, B.l.Bamual
Twentieth Patrick Ceaaar. B. and D.t
Jehn H. Drlnkneat. B. .... ..
Twenty-first Jacob Mather, B.I Mills H.
Pitta, B. .......
Tweniy-seeena -uenjamin m, ueiaar, n.
Twenty-inira -Aieari.B. c Miliar, n.
Twenty-reurtn christian, eautter, n.
Twenty-third Albert B. C. Millar.
'reurin vnriatian Haulier,
fifth Thomaa Bluett. B.
Twenty-sixth Philip Starling, B.
IP Starling, B..
Shannen, B.i Edward
Pike 'Walter B.
n. t..hr. n.
Petter J. Walter Walls, B.
Snyder Thomaa F. Shambach, B..
Somerset 'Paul D. Clutten. B.i JMa O.
Sullivan V. B. Holeerab. B.
Susquehanna Frederick T. Oaldar, B,
Tiega Oeeree W. Williams. B.
Union Jehn M, Oundy, D.
e "Brooks Haalett. B.
Wlliiaten P. Weed. B,
en Ffiwt--bavld if.
B.I J. Add
B.i aeerge T. Walker, B.
Second James T. Heffran.
Wayne Oaerm B. Qllehrlat, B.
Westmoreland First Jehn B. Celdsmlth,
R.i Thomaa M. Whltsman. R.i Oeerga A.
Second Jehn E. Kunkle, B.i Rogar Rich
s. D.i E. Heward Thompson. B.
i"ir -neparx e. epansiar. n.
ards. D.i k
Second B. L, Brenneman. D,
Third J. M. Fllnchbaush, D.
(Orantlnr Heme Bale te Municipalities)
Warda Tea Ne
First 807 153
Second 80 10
Third 2747 20
Fourth 2814 11
Fifth 000 103
Sixth ......... 300 68
Seventh 2088 100
Eighth 2730 113
Ninth 370 802
Tenth 44S 101
Eleventh 201 2
Twelfth 1G00 53
Thirteenth 3712 34
Fourteenth 852 43
Fifteenth 3207 000
Sixteenth 1445 104
Seventeenth 1021 125
Pennsylvania Three Philadelphia
women elected te Assembly. Mrs.
Llltth M. Wilsen, Socialist candidate
for Governer, ran peer third.
Illinois Mrs. Winifred M. Huck,
Republican, elected te Congress.
Oklahoma Miss Alice Robertsen, only
woman In Congress, beaten by Dem
Missouri Mrs. St. Clalr Moses, Dem Dem
ecrat, leading two te one for Con
gress. Minnesota Mrs. Anna D. Oleson,
i e e
Democrat. toer third in United States
' i).,.i.nt-a a-a ifne T"ITJ. ami MiCr.,... I SanntA mr4.
Fourth Ward The straight Repub- i "' 2200. ' i Ohie-Miss Florence E. Allen, Inde
Thirty-fourth Ward James ,T. lief-
pendent, second In contest for State'
Supreme Court. Mrs. Virginia D. t
Jlciin ticket als-e was a favorite here.
iMiiiuuKii ! iumi a uezen voters nur ... ".. ..:.... .1... , . .
S' ' S. "-Jw rTh? lral KrTZ'Sb;, geen.-poer third for United State,
2L r ' L"' .rlL6,"11."' . ahead of 'his MIew candl.hte, for tl.? I Senate.
..... ....... ,. " " ": "' " i.pgiBlature ann even pains ttie tiead
ceneil by Mr. ttnenet. of t)e tlcket by a B00,i mrgin.
Fifth Ward Once the locale of bit- Thirty-fifth Ward Pirn het's lean
tn- factional liehts the Hfth nn wai joeO in thh evtreiup northeastern
cti'd like a well-behaved child yester- wnnl. The legislative candidates ran
li,. nearly everv ballet bearing the slightly nlicnd of the Ooverner-eleet.
ress in the Republican column. Thirty-sixth Ward This territory
.Sixth Ward Here It was that Mc-i fihews its Republican mettle by plunging
Himirnn .ichievwl !ii lone victory In I up near the 5000 majority mark for the
IMiiinitiilnliin Th.i llnMinnrnt In Meri- ' iVfoclef Tnpiilnntnll v it pnva 'TlUl',
itC'lliles gave lilm .hKi votes te ('.' i Vnre mere ets for (.engrcs1) tDan for
r I'lui'hnt. all the democratic nom
Jnte- winning pluralities.
-eciit!t Ward Mr. Pinchot was
the State Senate
Thirty-seenth Ward Oscar E. Nell
nnd his workers managed te get a
hcii a great majority here, the ward I 2200 majority for Pinchot. Senators
that handed Attorney General Alter a Pepper and need were close behind the
Jeuci of r,uii() in the primary, ueuncu- ueati et tne tiruet.
Ijiiiui Hall proved his titsht grip by run
ning Pinchot ahead of the rest of the
'ticket. The Ferester get C301 votes
I ami .McSparran, 270.
ICighth Ward Net te be outdone by
Thirty-eighth Ward A majority of
1200 whs chalked en the slate for Pin-
het in tills ward where Councilman
"Sig" Gans i the busy political be.
Albert S. (' Millar, candidate for the
Crawford Alice M. llentler. R.
Cumberland -Geerge 11. .Stewart. Jr.. B.
Dauphin Plret Hermnn A. Rarley. B.;
Jehn A. P. Hall. R. Second 'Charles C.
lluker. R.: et-awrence A. Hetrlck, 11.
Delaware Flrat Walter H. Cratr. R.
Second William C. Alexander. R.: W,
HewKrd Mftcalf. R : Harry It. Hepburn, R.
Elk Mehn M. F)nn, R. and D.
Eric Second Moseph M. Schllllnv, R
Fajette First William J. Durchlnal, R.
Second Jeseph K. Hush R.; Jeseph B.
llemlereen. B.: Gmmctt J. McDanlal. B.
Ferei -Alexander It. Wheeler. R.
Franklin Uenjnmln V, Mlubauih, B.
Greene Floyd W. Patterson, D.
Huntingdon Charles C Hrewster. B.
Indiana Charles R. Orlfflth, R.: Elder
Jeftersen Charle H. Irvtn. B. and D.
Juniata Henry I. Lauvner. D.
Ickawanna First 'David Fowler, B.
Peoend A. I. Fowler. R.
Third W. Edwin Huber. B.
Fourth Themas F. O'Beyle. D.
i in ii 'Aiiurvvi ..iiiviieii. ...
Sixth 'Walter W. Keblar. B. and D.
Lebanon Ralph H. Behney, R.
Lehlgh First Rebert B. Haas. B.i
Harry J. Bmlth. R. MM ,
Mcemlns Charles F. Bldelapacher, B.i
Warren Clyde Harer. B.
MrKean Oscar B. nuatafsen, B.
Mifflin Jeseph H. Hellls. B.
Menree Cheater II. Rhodes, D.
Mortgemery First Banl. H. Ludlow, R.
Third Burd P. Evans, B. David Orr. B.I
jenn w. morn, n,
Northumberland Flrft--Tlraethy O. Van
GAIN IN MEASLES CASES
Director Furbush Warns About Re
Director Furbush, of .the Health De
partment, has Issued a warning that
measles Is approaching epidemic pro
portions. Mere children died from xneaslea last
week than from al ether contagious
diseases combined. A record of thirteen
death and 818 cases was made, which
was a greater number than occurred
during any one week of this year.
Prompt reporting of the case te the
Health Department and isolation of the
child are among the first essentials that
should be attended te by parents te
prevent spread of the disease, Dr. Fur
STAGE BIG PARADE
8000 Scheel Chlldr.n C-Ubrat
"L" With Colorful '
DEPICT NORTHEAST HISTORY
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li. 'foUewiM'PinitylTtiift Om
Plans Passenger Air Routs
Miami, Fla., Net. 8. C. F. Redden,
president of a New Yerk airplane com
pany, announced here yesterday his
company would establish airplane pas
senger service between New Yerk and
Miami In December and that a daily
t-ervlce probably would begin In the
spring or early next autumn.
COMPLETE CITY VOTE BY WARDS
U. 8. SENATOR SECRETARY
U. S. SENATOR (Fer Term Ending LIEUTENANT INTERNAL SUPERIOR
(Full Term) March 4, 1027) GOVERNOR AFFAIRS COURT
Yeung Frankford showed the elder
heads of that section a thing or two te
day In the way of celebrating and fare
a decided 1022 spirit te the festivities
which mark the opening et the new
WIt floats, banners and unique dis
plays showing the march of education
during the last hundred years, mera
than eight thousand public school chll
dren marched along Frankford are
nuc te the nccempalniment of Inspiring
music played by the school bands.
The ersctlcal as well as the nletnr.
esoue in school life waa dsnictcd. and
1 . A . r '-.---
lutiging irera a gumpse at some ex tne
juvenue xeatures, tne aaaaiea or the
northeast have reason te feel nreud of
the future business men and rulers of
Ann the events and incidents which
made Frankford famous and progres
sive were depicted at a bis exhibition
en Brown's Field which followed the
A program which reached from Revo Reve Revo
lutlneary days te the present was ar
ranged, and interwoven in the general
festivities were the practical thinis in
school life which have made Philadel
phia stand high in matters educational.
In the parade today the Herbert
Scheel children had a float en which
was enthroned the Queen of Health
surrounded bv children reDresentlns
sunshine, fresh air, pure water, clean
liness, geed feed, exercise and rest.
.Marching en eitner mqe et tne float
were 100 boys and an eaual number
of girls. The boys were dressed as
modern health crusade knights and be
girls were dressed as milk xafrles.
The Herbert acttoei was chosen te
represent health in the pageant because
for the last two years it had wen
the bnnncr for the neatest percent nee
of nrellment In the health crusade In
the Frankford -Kensington district.
Frank Kiewnl, principal et the
school, web in charge of its part In
Headed by the band of the Phila
delphia Rapid Transit Company the pa pa
rade inevcd from Frankford avenue and
Adams street at 1 :30 o'clock. The little
army marched one mile north te
Itrewn's Field, where the most import
ant features of the program were pre
Tableaux Feature Program
The program opened with a tableaux
showing Indian life in Frankford
enacted by pupils of the Henry W.
liongfellew Scheel. This was followed
by a tableau depicting early settlement
life In the Northeast.
Then there was a mtnuet by pupils
of the Jehn Marshall Scheel, an early
fair, country dance by boys and girls
of the Longfellow Scheel.
Street games et tnirty years age were
shown in detail by pupils et the Her
bert Scheel, after which there was an
esthetic dance by the girls of the Alex
ander Henry Scheel. ...
A comprehensive tableau depicting
present -day competition In school
games was presented by pupils of the
Longfellow, Henry and Marshall
schools. ... . ,
A mass drill by pupils of the schools
of the community and a great cheruB
et the Star Spangled Banner concluded
The celebration was under the di
rection of Dr. Philip Beyer, principal
of the Marshall Scheel.
BOY SHOT BY COMRADE
Stepped Inte Doorway Whlle He
Was Trying Revolver
Coatesville, Pa., Nev. 8. JehnOault,
aged twelve, was shot and probably J
fatally wounded today in the boiler j
room or a creamery ni nuucyuruu,
ten miles from here. Walter Thomp
son, fifteen, a playmate, Is being held
for the sheeting.
The revolver was the prepertv of
Frank Farrew, sged ten. The three
boys hnd met nt the creamery. Walter
was examining the revolver nnd. point
ting it toward a deer, he pulled the
trigger. Jehn stepped Inte the doorway
nt the same time and the bullet struck
him in the head.
Weman Jein Hunger Striker
Dublin, Nev. 8. The ether women
arrested en the same day ns Miss Mac
Swlney joined yesterday In her hunger
strike at Mountjoy Prison. Miss Mac
Swiney was brought back weak after
her exercise yesterday and requested
that she might be permitted te see Dr.
Kathleen Lynn, but the application was
First William B. Vara, IUp,
Second Geerge S, Graham, Key.
TWrd Harry Odta&i W-JL
Fourth Oeergj W, WiiendsRtlw
,Fiftr-Jamta V Cenwlly; a.
Sixth Srerge A. WeWa, Be.
ivcath Geerge P. ptrraw, TMf .
BightlHIIiemajii JButlar, S -Ninth
Henry" W.,WatjM, Bw.
lmntk UffNM ft Waters,
Twelfth Jeha J. Casey . Dip. .
Thirteenth Ojertef V Bttaui, Bap.
Fourteenth W. ,M. 1greUvDea.
Fifteenth Leuis T. McFadden,
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Seventeenth H. ty. (Jammings,
Nineteenth Tnti C. Sites, Dem.
Twenty AnW. BjUika Knrta, Rep,
Twenty-second S. F. Glatfelter,
Twenty-third W. J. Swppt. Bt.
Twenty-fourth Samuel A. Kendall,
"Iwehty-flfth Henry W, Temple,
Twenty-sixth Themas W. Pallllne,
Twenty-seventh Nathan L. Streng,
Twenty-ninth Milten W. ihrere,
hlrtleth Everett Kent,
Thirtv. flrat A. M. Wrant. RtD.
Thirty-second Stephen O. Perter,
Thirty-third M. Clydj Kelly, Bap.
Thirty-fourth Jehn W. Merfn, Rep.
Thirty-fifth James M. Magee, Ben. ;
Thirty-sixth Guy B. Campbell, j
ssj(TiaB"rjr nor, e. iFer
Treaaursr HMhart mnat'aia.
& MyttisiNManer ineflcenei
J! ? mendamL
um .hj wmnselfer KaphtrTTi
ease will come te trial Nevtubs
-' mraaaansjaj jadaIjsjeaM Ate - - -
agalast Kephartby.the Dauphlnl
tf Grand Jar. In diimisrii.
auettiOM rauMd ,, ,.,, t. -
hirt. the Court aalri thaf i .u.
of conviction It can reconsider anSi
,T Judtes declared the time at t
disposal did net permit them te t
uniuew; m aa opinion ins Otiaal
;ofjinuittalIntereit which win
doted In taa argument and briefs;
-vf.sj wvsj, oewever, given sllv
motions "and the demurrer of!
defendant, careful and studleusi
unaraiiDH. - ina eninmn jj. ,;:
2.fcK!?! L ln,.JlJ " Ws1
either the amendment or the quuai
3-liili. 'Huck" Devlin also shoed Pin- I Legislature, polled the ward s high vole,
het ahead of hii running mates. 1 lie . ,001
Doiuecrnts polled only a few votes and
pone at all were given the Socialist,
Prohibition and Single Tax candidates.
Ninth Ward Aa usual this bail!
rlck, lying almost entirely In the cen
tral business district polled a light vote.
Pinchot and Itecd receiving exactly the
sime total, "I'D, and Congressman Gra
ham obtaining "IV). The vote en the
Thirty-ninth Ward Republican votes
flooded into the polling places in this
district, the voting home of the late
Senater Vare. It was Pinchot an 8300
majority. Senater Pepper running only
slightly behind the Ferester.
Fortieth Ward A whacking lead of
."200 votes swung te Pinchot in this
;miiiwick wiicre nuncninan i ennci
constitutional amendment was cles.e, the kept deer-bell ringers bu.y yesterday.
ych totaling 1170 and nees .'ttl'J. , Senater Patten alone get mere votes
Tenth Ward Senater Pepper ran
, slightly behind the ether Republican
candidates In this territory, where
"Tem" Cunningham is hailed as po
litical suzerain. Otherwise the results
there were colorless, the Republican
Toted swamping all ethers.
Eleventh Ward This territory, with
fta small voting population, gave an , developing
there than Mr. Pinchot.
Forty-first Ward Pinchot wen 2200
mere votes here than McSparran, a
hiznblc majority for this industrial
residential district along the Delaware
Iiiver in the far northeast.
Forty. second Ward A 0200 lead
waa obtained by I'mchet in this fast
section where Andrew
almost uniform vote te the Republican Fret'sch is captain of the political host.
Mndldnte. Hv an unusual quirk. Reb
ert S. Qawthrep, for Superior Court
Judge, ran mere than a hundred votes
head of the ethers.
Twelfth Ward Here, where James
B. Hheehan crashed his way upward a
, persistent officeholder, the Republican
ftskst galloped te the homestretch, whlle
tfce Democrats were still at the starting
fast. Most of the electors voted
"straight." A few voters thought they
had done enough for Senater Reed by
t Marking his name for 'the unexpired
battla for asnslbla isnath skirts vm
tha Amarlean woman
In th flaht that naarlssa
Cast Q'rias. New Paris
viaierr .rs . wmi
soma ensi ii - m-
Curiously, Senater Heed as candidate
for the short term le the Wieie ticket,
even beating his own vote for the full
Forty-third Ward Senater Pepper
was hard pressed In this territory,
which is bounded by Bread street, Le
high avenue, Wingohecking street and
tiermantewn avenue, The senior Sen Sen
aeor received B744 votes and Fred H.
Kerr, hia Democratic opponent, DS48.
Henry C. Niles, Democratic nominee
for the Superior Court, trod close en
the heels of Rebert S. Gswthrep. Mr.
Plnchet's majority here was ,1200.
Forty-fourth Ward This gave Pin
chot a 2!)00 majority and gave, leads
Almest as geed te Senators Pepper
and Reed and the ether Republican
ratay.lfth WartV--pasr KaifM
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JACOB GIMBEL FUNERAL
TO BE HELD TOMORROW
Funeral Service Will 'Conducted
at ftedeph Shalem Synagogue ,
Funeral services for Jacob Cjimbel,
one of the founders of Gimbel Brethers'
store, who died yesterday morning in
his home at Atlantic Cty, will be held
nt 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning
from Rodeph Shalem Synagogue, Bread
and Mount Vernen streets.
The services will be conducted ny tne
Rev.' Dr. Harry W. Ettelson, of Bo Be
deph Shalem, and the Ber. Dr. Jeseph
It. Krauskenf. Burial will be in the
Gimbel family vault in Mount Sinai
Tomorrow, tne day or tne runerai,
Gimbel stores in America and every of
fice and warehouse of the firm through
out the world, will be closed.
The nonerary paii-Dearers at tne
funeral will be:
Cyrus H. K. Curtis. Edward Starn. Jehn
P. Dusran, New Yerk: Bsnjamln Paskus,
Nnw Ynrki Jeseph Kappa, MilwaukM, Wis.
I.euls Bambeirssr, Nawark, N. J.t ejssph
McL'att. Clarcnea Taubel. Samuel Sachs.
New Yerk: Dr. Jeseph Blmsehn, .Julius Res-
enwam, cnicase; uamuei Bneiisneurs, a.
W. Klelshar, Shslden R. Coens, New Yerk 1
William Uerstley, flamusi B. Fala. Justin
1. Adman. Arthur Letb. Maurlea 19. fltarn.
Jeseph II. Ilagedern, Hilten Hareld.
ur, urrua Aaiar, imiuj &enn, nanrr
I.ang. Arthur Blech, Jacob H, Bredakr, A.
M. Burd. Harris J. Cehn, Arthur A.
Flelsher, Leula Oaratlar, Harry Backs, Bar
nard Balis;. Lee H. Halmardlnser, Jeseph
Herbach. Mas Hersbers, Morten B. Hlrsh.
J. Ilmspten Meers. Edwin B. Stuart. Leula
B. f.nry. New Yerk! Murry Giunrannclm. New
Yerk; Jehn Graysen, Mayer et Vlncennss,
ma.; Hampton l. canon, j. wusen say.
ft. Jossph Kraua
kepf. Levi U Rua, Daniel dun
Yerk; Jules Maatbaum, Nathi
Cleveland! Admiral Nathaniel
tnwn. iv. t.
lx)uls Wolf. Merris Dannenbaum. Jacob
ntlllkepr, Leuis rtalahar. Isaae Oerstley. j.
Walter Reienbarsv Ely K. Bella. Merris
Kind. Sel. facharaeh, Henry B. Balber.
Charles Llpachuts, Louts Wolf. Jacob D.
Lit. Jerema H. Leuchhelm. Max Markewlte
Clinten .O. Uaytr. Albert M. Oreentleld.'
tpa n. eneui
Merris Haber. Jeseph
cabinet et tha Philadelphia
ara Starn. Benjam
The activa paiinaara
h. Hnauannur. TTnr.
amln J. Wasserman. Eliaa
mambars of tha
iara. slta ea fAi.
lows i A. A. Christian, R. H, Preston, c. C.
!.eldy. O. A. Leuth. O. A. Pelfter. J. car car
mesln, 8. W. Millar, Wsrran B. Van Heek.
Percy Churchill. Cnarlea S. Halsall, C. H.
Riley, Frederick A. Loews.
This Used Car In splendid con
dition, California top, fully
equipped throughout, will bs sold
at unusually low prlce.
Falsa Sedan, 1 passenter, with
Caffrey oustem-bullt body, dlse
wheels, nickel-plated lamps an
other unusual bargain.
Easy terms if you prefer. Tour
car taken tn trade. Alse, ether
geed used ears In excellent shape
all at surprisingly low prices
Guy A. Willey Moter Ce.
Paigm and Jtwttt Distributor
BROAD ST. at VINE
Expenditure may be re
duced by the size of the
stones, but Quality and
Brilliance remain invari
CHESTNUT STREET BELOW BROAD
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achieve the tight,
small knot without
wrinkling or losing
their shape through
out their long
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WATTERUAN. aad SI. Bslatlveajw
mda ara Invited te attend funeral seme?
Friday 11 A. M., at th
PBTT1T. At Palmyri
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and frlanda ara Invited te all!
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larmani nrlvate. Qraenmaunt CemeteiT. 'Sjl
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ev. J. 1923. UEDItaK H. KETTff'u
a Ttlh year. m Relatives and rlsnda m
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. U-.a.lll.a.lllaa flaaaHSF Vakaslt inVl'
attend funeral. Friday. 3 P. M.. trcm
daughter' residence. 1888 Terente it.
at parlera of V, R. Fletcher. I
nuaiisiun are iiiernin
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