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TROUT ONCE MORE
FORMER OMAHA CITY TREASURER
! WHO IS DEAD.
Getting Close to a Fall,
TIGER ROUTED BY
Fusion Candidate for Mayor Wins by
Plurality Estimated from
36 000 to 45,000.
RETURNS VERY INCOMPLETE
FLIRTS WITH DEATH
AND ISSTILL ALIVE
Denver Man with More Lives than a
Cat Comes Near Being Caught
When Thrown in Scrap Pile.
COMES UP SMILING AS USUAL
HOLD THE FORT
EF I 1WZ YOU: Y0U2T&
FJSLLEX, I WOULDN'T
SAWM) FUXT3ZR '
JAIL INMATES ARE TERRORIZED
Office of the Keeper of Institution
Riddled with Bullets.
Secure the .uni.
jar.rti'rt. vjw "in em.
Xotorcycle Goes Wrong and Runs
Into Curb of the Street.
ACCIDENT BUT ONE OF MANY
.Is Sorted Out from a Big Collection
of Wood and Old Junk.
OFTEN IN JAIL FOR SPEEDING
JTo Show Contenjpt for Whnt Might
Be Serious Injuries, He Tnkca
a Drop from n IIIkIi
' Office MulMlng.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 4.-U E. Troul.
known among his friends as the "Stun
Who Can't be Killed," today was sorted
out from a pile of wood and bcrap Iron
that had constituted' a motorcycle und a.
buggy and was found one more to have
narrowly escaped certain death. Trout
was thrown among the scraps In a col
Helen. He was found to havo sustained
a klnncd knuckle and his hair wan inussd
Five years ago Trout foil 170 feet from
the top of an office building on which
he was working,, crashed through a
skylight at the bottom of the light court
nnd landed on his feet on the ground
floor. lie was In a hospital a few days
with bruises, abrasions avid sprains.
About a year ago Trout was hurled
over a fence Into a cabbage patch when
his motorcycle collided with a cat. At
that time his left arm wits fractured.
Trout has advertised his business by
Using as a delivery wagon a two-wheeled
top buggy hitched to a motorcycle. To
day's mishap resulted when this contri
vance, going twenty-five miles an hour,
ran Into a curbing. Ho was arrested re
cently for driving his motorcycle fifty
jnlW ah hour with his 6-year-old son on
the handle bars.
Goes Home to Vote
"WASHINGTON, Nov. l.-Presldcnt Vll
non let the Mexican situation simmer' a
few hours today while ho went to Prjnce
ton. N. J., to vote. Tho tension over this
soyemroent's ultimatum to JIuert Was
not relieved by tho president's absence,
'fioVever. afldiusfchefore; Mrr-Whson -left
tho Wate "houf he conferred wlthSc
All officials here were silent over thi
notice to Huerta to vacate tho provisional
presidency of Mexico nnd seat no. parti
r.an. "The understanding wm that the at
t'tude here Is to mako no announcements
Just now and await the next step.
The greatest Interest centered about
lluerta's conference with tho Mexico City
diplomatic corps. As soon as Charge
O'Bhaughnessy had delivered tho latent
note, Huerla called In the diplomats, but
no announcement was made of their con
ference. President WHion planned to be In touch
with the situation today and to return to
Washington tonight. ' The president left
here at 10 o'clock this mor-lng, expect
ing to arrive In Princeton at 8:30 o'clock
this afternoon, cast his ballot, leave
Princeton at 4:30 o'clock, and arrive back
in the capital at 9:23 tonight.
SOUTHERN METHODISTS TO
PLANT MISSION IN AFRICA
NASHVILLB, Tenn., Nov. 4. Blihop W.
7L Lambuth of the Southern Methodist
church and hU parly are to sail from
Antwerp Saturday, It was announced here
today, for Afrlco. enroute to the Bat.
teUa country, where they will establish
theSlrst African mission of their church.
The party Includes Dr. and Mrs. John
If. Stoc'kwell. Mr. and lira C. C. Kuh,
A. H. Setxertand wife and Dr. '.and. Mrs.
U H. Mumpower. They oxneot to reach
their destination Christmas day.
Forecast till 7 p. m. Wednesday:
For Omaha, Council Bluffs and Vicinity
-Fatr and Warmer.
Ti-mnrraturri nt Omaha. Yesterday!
5 a. m
6 a. ro....f.
7 a, in.
i a. m. .......
9 a. rn. ....
10 a. m
)i a. rn
11 m ?!
1 p. m
2 p. m
3 p. m... ....-.
1 P. m... "
& p. m. ..
6 p. m
7 p. m
8 p.' in
Cossparatlve Lock I IlcoorU.
lsis. mt. mi. m
Hhrhest yesterday ....58 47
Lowest yesterday 41
Mean temperature .... 44 w
Temperature and precipitation
tures from tnn normal;
Normal temperature 43
Deficiency for the day , 1
Total deficiency since March 1 ....I...4&8
Normal precipitation 06 Inch
Deficiency for the day OS inch
Total rainfall wince March 1..S0.M Inches
Bxcets since March 1 7.13 Inches
Kxcess for cor. period. 191J.... 3.18 Inches
Excet for cor. period, 1911.... 14. Gl inches
Reports front Stations at 7 P. H.
Elation and State Temp High- Rain-
of weather. 7 p. m. est. fall.
Cheyenne. cltsr St
IDavenport. clear ti
Denver, rlear It
Ses Moines, clear 43
Landor, pt. cloudy K
North Platte, cloudy
Omaha, clear U
Pueb'o. cloudy 9
llaplJ t'ity. eltar 4
Salt Ike City. pt. cloudy 4i
Santa Ke. clear J8
Hherldan. clear 1J
Hioui City, clear SO
VsJeAtlne. clear 40
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
FRANK A. FUIIAY.
FURAY DIES IN HOSPITAL
Former City Treasurer Expires
Enlargement of Brain.
ILL SINCE TORNADO RELIEF
Operntlon Performed fin linst Honort
Horn Not Sihp I.lfc of Suf
frrrr Prominent In
Omnhii Pol It
Frank A. Furay, former city treaurcr,
died at St. Joseph's hospital yostcrdny
afternoon at 5:2. o'clock, following ah
operation for enlargement of the .brain.
Since tho tornado relief work ended Mr.
Foray had been 111 and most of his time
had been spent undur the enro of norvo
specialists. He was stricken with almost
total blindness, caused It was at first be
lieved, by a tumor on the bruin. After
treatment by the most omlncnt spe
cialists of the country the battle to re
store his sigh was abandoned.
A few days ago Mr. Furay fell un
conscious oh he wus crossing a room at
his homo. Physicians who examined htm
at the hospital said he suffered from a
An operation was performed yesterday, a
horse-show shaped section of the skull be
low the hairline being removed, exposing
a largo section of the brain. This opera- j
tlon was performed to relieve the suffer- !
Ing man from tho pain of the pressure of
the brain against tho skull. The physi
cians announced following the operation
that death was Imminent.
Dr. O. C. Allison and W. D. Dermody,
who performed the operation, notified his
Immediate family thnt the patient's con
dltluri was mpet critical. -
Although Mr. Furay rallied- quickly
from the effect of thc'W'MJnrpresI6n
operation'" hs family notified the Furay,
McSfiann and Crelghton members of the
family that the end whs near.
The death or Mr, Furay, It Is believed,
was hastened by his work during the
reconstruction period following the tor
nado of last Kaster Sunday. Ho worked
day and night with the relief commit
tee. Popular Officeholder.
Frank Furay was 40 years of age and
one of the most -popular office holders
during the tlmo of his two terms' In
cumbency as city and county treasurer
of Omaha, lie was the son of .John B.
Furay, who died four years ngo. Hlr
mother, Mrs. Catherine Furay, and five
brothers and two sisters survive, the
family home being at 115 South Thirty,
The brothers surviving are John Furay,
a Cutholla priest of the Jesuit order, re
siding In Chicago; Henry Fur-ay, a
newspaper man of Chicago; Guy V
Furay of Omaha, Charles E. Furay, clerk
in the probate court of Douglas county,
and Edward Furay, living in New Mcx
tco, Two sisters survive, Miss Mary C
Furay of Omaha and Mrs. Oalley Of
Frank Furay was born and brought up
In Omaha. He was a graduate of
Crelghton university and a member of the
'Rika and Knights of Columbus. He was
elected county and-city treasurer In No-
Ivember, 1307, anU re-elected November 2,
1SC0. After receiving u degree of A, B,
from CrelBhton college In 1S93 lve entered
tho employ of the Cudahy Packing com
pany ' In Its South Omaha office. He
remained with tills company until 1904,
when he resigned to become pecretary of
tjie Elks lodge. This position he held un
til Elected ' county treasurer, Since he
left office- .he has been treasurer ot tho
W. J- permody Investment company and
has been engaged1 In the Insurance busi
ness. Steer Files-Suit
td Break the Will
ST. I.OUIB, Mo., Nov. 4 "William 8.
Steer today filed suit In the circuit court
to break tho will of his father, P. A.
Steer, which dlspoxesned him of an es
tate worth 7W,CC0.
Steer names as defendants his sisters,
Mr. Johp 6. Leahy. Mrs. Edwaid W.
Bentley and Mrs. l'rank 11. Nay, with
their husbands. He charges that Mr.
Leahy, who was counsel for tho elder
Steer, used deception to get Bteer to exe
cute the will. He says Uiat his father
was not at that time of sound mind. It
Is further Maimed In the petition that
his ohlef interest In the estate under the
terms of the will Is u life interest In a
fund of 160,000. The bulk of the estate.
It Is claimed, was willed to the three
President Diaz to
Winter in Florida
MIAMI, I'la.. Js'ov. 4.-Porflrp Diaz,
fr tier prcoient of Mexico, will live In
Miami this whiter, according to ltaf-'
Itutsga, Mexican oonsul here, who (ay
! nas iad a home fur ttuz near Sue
' rttttry Il:yan's yHci-. lluesga. who Is h
tiephw of Diaz, us the exile will i.r
live here erly In December with hi
FIND A BOTTLE OF LIQUOR
Sample Contents, Get Drunk and
then Have High Old Time.
GO TO SLEEP AND FORGET. IT
Deputies I.nj- Hlesre to llullillnic nnil
Whfn They Kittcr, They Kind
Thrlr Men In n Urnnkm
MOnmSTOWN, N. J., Nov. 4. Two
drunken prisoners, with a riot gun and
1,000 rounds of ammunition, held high
carnival at the Morris county jail here
from midnight until dawn today, terror
izing other Inmates, riddling the keeper's
office with bullets and, falling In their
Plot for -a wholesale Jail delivery only be
cause they drank too much liquor after
escaping from their cells.
The prisoners, Eugene Sampson and
John Burns, were placed last night In
the hospital ward with several other pris
oners, charged like themselves with minor
offenses. Thoy picked tho lock ot a door
which leads into the koepcr's office. On
entering tho office they broke open a
desk and procured a bottle of liquor and
drank It. Next they broko Into n store
Doom and obtained u riot gun and am
munition, llcturnlng to the hospital ward
they closed the door nnd began firing
through It. An each shell contained a
number of bullets, the keeper's office
At daylight, when deputies and kociir
entered the Jail, they found tho Inmates
In a state of terror. Burns and Sampson
Giving Him Freedom
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Nov. 4.-"Tho
poor health" of Ortle E. McManlgal, the
confeseed dynamiter, was tho official
reason given today by District Attorney
John D. Fredericks for ordering what Is
believed to be the permanent release
from the county Jail of tho untried co
worker of the McNamara brothers and
chief . wltntss" against thirty-three lnbor
unlo4 offfolptf,, flfhq warp aeatquetid, to
the federal -penitentiary at Is,VsnWortn
conspiracy... " i4. .'.'. ",tf' i
"McMahlgtil .lias been In poor health
for spine .tlme,',, ealA Fredericks Ibday,
"anil he has been taken out b'f tile Jail
on the advice of physician.'''
"When will he be returned?" .
"He may bo back In a few days, a tew
weeks or a few months,"" was tho answer.
"Will he . positively return ut some
Mr. Fredericks closed the Interview
According to Jail attendants, McManl
gal's appetite and constantly Increasing
girth and. weight Indicated that his 111
health might have been due to over, eat
ing. They said, however, that he had
actually gone to a hospital, but that It
was to have a surgical operation per
formed to remove from his forehead a
great scar by which he feared former as
sociates might recognise him.
for the Next Year
PARIS, Nov. 4.-Th French cabinet
today formally approved the budget for
1S14. The loan which will be necessary
Jh estimated at S2G0.000,0O9. This Is to
meet the deficit of 1911 budget and pay
off outstanding treasury bills covorlng
The budget shows the expenses of re
storing order In Morocco during 1914 will
be $10,400,000; increased military expenses
on account of the Introduction of three
years' service In tho army amount to
(31,000,000, and non-recurring military ex
Increase In other departments ot the
public cervlco In 1914 are estimated at
30,0.fOJ. These items and the over
hanging deficit from 1313, together with
n deficit In the 1914 budget of $15S,S00,000.
The cabinet today decided to Introduce
an Inheritance tax among tho proposed
new forms of taxation.
Two Children Coo
Beside the Body of
CHICAGO. Nov. 4.-Mrs. Samuel Clto,
55 years old, was murdered today In tho
kitchen of her flut In the Italian quarter.
The alarm was given by the -year-old
child of tho slain woman. A stiletto
usmI n killing the woman, was found
in the room. Her slayer escaped.
At the mother's side rooed two children,
one of whom was smeared with blood.
Distinct on the child's forehead was the
mark of a man's bloody finger, which,
It. Is believed, will make certain the Identi
fication of the murderer If caught.
Shooting at Squirrel;
Killed by Officer
KANSAS CITV.'Mo.. Nov. 4.-rA hunter
who refustd to obey a command that he
cease shooting In the park, was shot and
kllld today by Krank Robinson, a spe
cial offlesr In Swope park. The body
was not Identified.'
Rob'nsuii saw the utaa In Mm- act ot
qututing a s-tuirrel awl ordersd hUn to
detlst Thr hunter reified by firing a
charge at Koblnnon, who then shot In
Drawn for The Bee by Powell.
silTTflN Rank fJHRRR TIIhIPR
WWW VII Uilllll UUVUJLIU UWU1IU
First Natioonal Bank in Hands of Ex
DIRECTORS DECIDE TO GIVE UP
Outsliln llntrrprUea of limit of In
tltuilon Prove Poor Pnylntr In-
J vestments and Institution
Urcldrs 1u finpon1.
BtrrrOV. V Vnr: 4 Th. -Vint -V...
ftlAk'putton. cosed its doors to
daynd li in Uift,ha-id,of -ifttlpnf4 MK
Seybolt nytiriftif tho comptroller of tho
currency fti l awalti? Jatructlon from
V.rihMiffrin. 'I1i Ku nlr l.u41 iWi nflKt..i
Stock, 43,000 surplus and 1100,0()o to 1125,000
uopvsiih .aiio presiuent, m. u. Xjueuoen,
tiiterprlses. which did not turn out as woll
as oxt4vpibci and this Is the principal rea
son ai'tjltjo for. the dffoultes which forced
the otSalhtj ot tho bank.
Mr LUebben had confided tu some of
his friends a week or two ago that lie
was in financial slralts, but though he
would be able to null himself out. um lm
said1 he had loans maturing Novomber 1,
wnicn would prlng In enough money to
keep the bank going. Tills expectation,
however, was not realized. Tho bank's
directors accordingly decided to close to
day and the federal examiner was noti
fied. Other officers of the bank are: VJco
president, doorge Honey; cashier, C. O.
Miller. Examiner Seybolt does not believe
the bank will reopen, but declined to
express an opinion as to the extent of
the failure. He raid, however, from what
he could learn, the stockholders were, able
to make up any deficit and he believed
depositors would jiot loso.
Coal Dust and Not
Gas Causes Explosion
in New Mexioo Mine
DA.WSON, N. M Kov. 4.-Coal dust,
was the predominant force In the ex
plosion that wrecked mine No. 2 of the
Stag Canon Kuel company here Octo
ber 22. and rcawlfed Ip the death of 2Q
men, according to a statement Issued to
day by Itees II. Beddow, state mine In
spector. It had not been determined
what Ignited the dunt,
The statement declared gas played
very little, if any, part In the explosion;
that a week before the explosion the
Inspector had taken samples of all,
which were analysed bv th ttnii-rf
.States Bureau of Mines at Pittsburgh
j and showed only nineteen one-huudredths
nf nnn nftr rAttt nt m.ntl.. rm,i.. I .
. - - ... M 1119, lltB
inspector points out. Is very low for a
mine or that character. He says .that
In the hist ton days experts have been
searching for gas, but have not found
enough anywhere In the mine to show In
a safety lamp tesL
BARNES CLAIMS VICTORY
IN NEW YORK ELECTION
NEW YORK, Nov, 4.-Wllllam Barnes,
jr., chairman of the republican state
I committee, at 9 o'clock claimed the elec
j tlon of a sufficient number of republican
' aksemblymen to give thut party a work
ing majority In tho lower bouse of the
LOSES SIGHT AS RESULT OF
ALLEGED HALLOWE'EN JOKE
; L.OS ANOtl.KS, Cal.. Nov. 4. -A wai
i rjnt was swoiu out today for the urreel
1 of J. I). tk klr. who ix aecuned of having
i destroyed the sight of Miss KUIe Darling
on Hallow' een. Stickle called the young
woman to the door of her home und In a
spirit of fun sprayed her face with am
monia discharged from a toy pistol.
iWAShlnqton educator accepts
jrvaixxvu in riJLJLDiiuiiun.
Dlt. W. M. DAVIDSON.
(Formerly of Omaha.)
DAYIDSON SUCCEEDS HEETER
Former Head of Omaha Schools Goes
SALARY NINE THOUSAND A YEAR
Present Superintendent at Washing
ton lSlected for Term of Konr
Years by Hoard of UAu
ratlon. PITTSBURGH, Nov. 4,-Dr. William
Muhard Davidson, superintendent ot
schools ot Washington, D. C, was elected
today superintendent ot the public schools
ot Ilttsburgh for a term of four years
I at a salary of 30,000 a year. He was
chosen unanimously by the Board of Edu
cation. Dr. Davidson succeeds' 8. L.
Heeter, who was recently removed from
office on charges of alleged Immorality.
Dr, "W. M. Davidson was superintendtnt
of schools In Omaha from 1904 until July
1, 1911, when ho was appointed superin
tendent of the city schools ot Washing
ton. Ho came to Omaha from Topcka,
Kun., where he was superintendent ot
schools from 1SS to 1693. Previous to
that time Dr. Davidson served as prin
cipal of the schools at Atwood, Kan.
The new school brad of Pittsburgh was
M years of sge, a native of Pennsylvania,
having been bom In Jamestown, Pa., In
1P63. He holds an honorary doctor's de.
grce from the Universities of Nebraska
and Miami university. His bachelor's de
gree was taken from the University ot
Kansas In U02.
Need Not Heat Cars
CHICAGO. Nov. 4The millions ot pas
serlgers who patronize the elevated rail
roads of tlds city found no comfort In a
decision handed down by the appellate
court of Cook county today, holding that
the city cannot compol the roads to heat
Through a technleul defect In the mu
nicipal ordinance designed to protect shiv
ering passengers, the court holds that the
overhead companies are not bound by
the law which makes It obligatory that
surfaeo cars be kept at a comfortable
Tu Mudy Prison Method In Kurope,
Al HI It.N. K. v., .NOV. 4,-Thonius Mott
Ofclmrii. who recently went through a
ttp'n i oullii'neiit In Auburn prUon as
a cum lot in Mm i apa Ity &s rhalrmaii
of th" N .i!i t?tn.t Prison Ituforjn
roiiimi'kloii will sail toi.lght to make u
s'x nceks' tour of Kuropu to study prUou
WALSH LEADSJN BAY S.TTE
Demoorat Defeats Progressive and
GARDNER IN SECOND PLACE
Vote for Poss Is Very Light, (InTer
nor Bringing Up the Hear
In the Massanatniet ts
B08TON, Jfdy. 4. Returns for governor
form Hi; out of l,l election "district,
including) Uostoit civet Ulrdprjocresslve,
BR,iS V qik, lndp,en4ntVl.7esjf Gardener,
Mibubllcan. "2,KM; Wash, democrat, 90.W.
Same districts In 1912 gave: Bird, pro
gresslve, Vats, democrat ltl,T79;
Walker, republican, SJ.lCI.
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 4.-Ileturns for
governor from S10 out 1,11. election die
trlots Including Boston give:
Bird, progressive, E4,771.
Foss, Independent, 10,237.
Gardner, republican, G7,8J2.
Walsh, democrat, S9,tV.
Kumo districts In 1912 gave:
Bird, progressive, tS,K3.
Foss, democrat, 96,121,,
Walker, republican, 70,013.
Foss Concedes Defeat,
Governor Foss concoded Lieutenant
Governor Walsh's election as his succes
sor at 7:45 and sent the following mes
sage to him:
'You have made a splendid fight.' Ac
cept tny hearty congratulations.
(Signed) "BUGDN15 N. FOSS."
Vote In Pltlsflcld.
P1TT8FU3LD, JaBi,( nov, 4.-TotBl
vote for governor, city of Pfttsfleld, gave
Ulrd (Prog.) 907, Foss (Ind.) 13, Gardner
(Itep,) hOS. Walsh (Dem.) 2,033.
The ote of 1012: Walker, 2,156; Foss,
S,4; Bird. 949.
in Trenton Returns
TUUNTO.V, Nov. 4.-Tlie first election
precinct In Trenton to file returns shows
a falling oft In the progressive vote as
cmipVrJ 'wllh the vote received by
Iloosevelt A year ago. The precinct re
turns show Htokcs, republican, for gov
ernor, S3; Fielder, democrat, 71; Colby,
progressive, 6. This precinct last year
gave Taft It, Wilson 71, Itoosevelt 44.
JHK8J3Y CIY, N. J.. Nov. 4.Early re
turns Indicate that Fielder, democrat, for
governor, will carry this city by a plu
rality. of about 6.000.
THICNTON, N. J., Nov. 4,-Slr districts
In Mercer county, one In Kssex and one
In Hudson give, for governor: Htokcs
(rep.) COO, Fielder tdem.) K3, Colby (prog.)
NEWARK. N. J., Nov, 4.-From early
reports, Indications are that Fielder
(dem.), for governor, will earn' Hudson
county b yabout J6.000 plurality. Seat,
tered reports from west and south Jersey
Indicate a strong drift towards Stokes
Democrats Win in
UALnMOBE. M. D., Nov. 4,-Earty re
turns Indicate the election of the demo
cratic ticket headed by Blair Iee for
United States senator. Charles P. Coady
(Dem.) probably Is elected to congress
from the Third legislative district to
succeed the late Representative George
' Tu Lrn 111 .,11 Train.
FOKT DODGE, la., Nov. 4.-(8peulal
Tolegram.) John Oelken, boarded a train
at lielmond today and became so 111 he
was taken from thr trait, here and sent
( to H hospital, where physl lans sa) he will
die In a few hours ot diabetes His "C
I fcOts reteal nothing as to his relatives
Murphy Early Concedes Defeat of
SULZER HAS A LARGE LEAD
Viotorious in His Race for the As
280 DISTRICTS HEARD FROM
Ratio Indicates Certain Victory for
G0ULDEN AHEAD OF M'ANENY
Cnndlilatp of WIritaiii for Prenlilfnt
of Ilonrd of Aldermen lln IHir
I. end (her Ills Pnnlon
NKW YOIUC, Nov. 4,-John Purroy
Mltchet, fusion candidate, has been
elected mayor of New York over Kd
ward 13. McCall, democrat, by upwards
of 70,000 votes.
Prendorgust, fusion, tor comptroller,
probably has been beaten 'by Mcts, dem
ocrat. He turns from 610 districts In tho
greater city glvo Prundorgaet K2.621 and
Mets &S,1U. Indicating a plurality for
Mets ot about 16.000.
Tho fight for president of the board of
aldermen between McAneny, fusion, and
Goulden, democrat, Is close, with late
figures In favor of tho former.
NKW YOniC, Nov. 4.-John Purroy
Mltohel, fusion candidate tor mayor ut
the city ot Now York, on tho basis ot
the early returns, has been elected by u
plurality , variously estimated from 88,000
to 45,000 over Edward K. McCall, the
dembcratlo nomlneo and designated
standard bearer ot tho Tammany organi
sation. In SS0 scattered election districts ot a
total ot 1,790, Mltchel had 4,011 plurality
over McCall, a ratio which would Indl
cate a certain victory. The New York
Sun, which supported McCall In the bitter
campaign waged by the fusion forces,
against Tammany, has conceded' Mltoh
el' s election. The World claims Mltchel
Is elected by a large plurality,
The figures on these districts are: Mc
Call, ll,Ki; Mttchot, 14t,8&
For P reticent at the Veard, ot alder
men 400 out ot 1,730 districts-gave Ooutden
(4hocrM),liW4ifMcAnoni' (fusion), 6.9M.
For comptroller. 40 out bi 1,790 districts
Kavo Mtx (democrat), 01,963, Prtndcrgfcnt
Former Governor Suited, who after his
Impeachment, enlisted In tho mayoralty
campaign to fight McCall, ana run to?
assemblyman In the sixth New York dis
trict has been elected by a. large plurality
according to the early returns.
Charles F. Murphy, lcadsr of Tammy
hall ut 8:15 o'clock conceded tlio lection
of llltchel for Mayor, but said; he hoped
for tho election of the democratic county
candidates In ' New York county.
j For comptroller, !(S out ot 1,780 districts
gave MeU, Democrat, 5S,SSl; Prender
Bast, fusion, M,1M.
For president of the board of alderman,
210 out ot 1.7S0" districts, give Oouldcn,
democrat, 3,9'iS; McAneny, fusion, S4,7?.
In Suiter's dlslrlct the vote up to mid
afternoon was larger In proportion than
Ina any other district In the city. Mora
than to per cent of the registered vote
was cast before noon. SuUer'a support
ers said all Indications pointed to tilt
election by a substantial plurality.
Throughout tho city there were Indica
tions of u n unusually heavy vote, evi
dencing the great Interest In the fight
between Tammany and fusion.
About twenty-five arrests for alleged
Irregularities In voting had been made
up to noon. Among thoto arrested were
, four Columbia students.
I Democrat Kleftcil.
HOME, N. Y Npv. 4.-H. C. Mldlsm
democrat, was elected mayor of Romu
by a plurality of 293 today. The present
mayor Is a republican
Arrests at Indianapolis,
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 4. -Trouble
started with the opening of the polls at
Terro Haute. Several persons were ar
rested, Including a number of private
citizens who had credentials as progres-
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Thin month is the most im
portant fur month to the fore
handed woman because any day
may bo soverely cold aud warm
garments must be in readiness.
The question of furs for the
winter is not a difficult one to
tho woman 'who cau, without
thought ot price, go out and
buy what happens to strike
her fancy. If she regrets her
purchase later on alio cau buy
To the thrifty woman, how
ever, there are problems of
quality, style, price and dur
ability to be considered more
carefully in buying fur gar
meats than in buying almost
any other articles of dresi.
Then, too, there is the possibil
ity of making over slighty worn
.pieces, or of combining some
new fur with the old.
All of these points need care
ful thought. Many hints and
suggestions may easily be ob
tained by reading the adver
tising rolumns!of The Bee and,
more than likely, the most sat
infartorv solution of your
problem will be found there,
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