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McCall, Republican, Probably Elected Governor of Massachusetts by Fair Majority
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VOL. XLV NO.' 118.
Antis Secure Substantial Lead in
Early Eeturnt in Election in
New York State.
MASSACHUSETTS MAJORITY BIG
Suffrage. Defeated by Eighty-Three
Thousand Votes, Estimated,
in State Election.
M'CALL-WALSH EACE IS CLOSE
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 2. Mea
ger returns from the state Indicate
the apparent defeat of the woman
suffrage amendment in Pennsylvania
by a large majority. In Philadelphia
15 election districts out of 1,282
gave 160 votes for the amendment
and 1,070 against.
NEW YORK, Nov. 2. Returns on
woman suffrage from 1,232 districts
out of 6,713, in the state, give 124,
706 for and 165,232 against.
BOSTON, Nov. 2. Woman suf
frage was defeated at the state elec
tion today by a majority, estimated
the vote, not Including Boston, of
BOSTON. Nov. 2. With 75 per
cent of the vote tabulated for gov
ernor, Walsh (democrat), has a lead
of approximately 4,500. The 25 per
cent not tabulated at 9 o'clock is all
outside of Boston In districts where
McCall (republican) has shown the
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. , 2. Returns
front about one-thin) of the election dis
tricts In Philadelphia, indicate theelectlon
of Thomas B;. Smith, republican,
mayor over George D, Porter, independ
ent, by 75,000 to 100,000 plurality. x,
BOSTON. Nov. 1 Unofficial "returns
from 221 precincts out of 225 in the city of
Boston give, for governor:
Clark, prorreaslve, 817.
McCall, republican, 21.691.
Shaw, prohibition, 21,164.
Walsh, democrat, 63,566.
For lieutenant governor:
Barry, democrat, 48,822.
Coolldge,. republican, 23,855.
The sams precincts In 1914 gave for gwr
marl Walker, progressive, 2,492.
McCall, republican, 24,856.
Evans, prohibition, 289.
.Walsh, democrat, 49,041.
Returns tabulated up to 7:15 o'clock to
night showed that for governor McCall,
republican, had a lead of about 12,000 in
240 election precincts out of 915 outside
Huge Increase in
Prices of Drugs
CHICAGO, Nov. t The Dally News, 4 i
elarlng that "only the rich can afford
to be sick nowadays," today quotea the
following comparative prices of drugs:
Before War. Today.
Carbolic acid 20 2.25
Salicylic acid 40 5.00
KiHtnuth sails 22.00 8.50
Caffretne 4.00 14.00
Phenatetine 4.00 12.0)
Hacoharine 2.00 12.00
Soda ben ate 25 5.00
Soda Salicylate 45 6.00
Quinine, sulphate HO 2.25
The advance la said to be baaed on
curtailment of the European supply, and
in certain Inatances, as for quinine,
the demand by the European armies.
Tempera tare at
7 a. m
9 a. m....
10 a. m....
11 a. ra...,
1 p. m....
2 p. m....
8 p. m....
4 p. m....
6 p. m....
6 p. m....
7 p. m....
1 d. m
CompantU Loral Heeord.
JSI15. 1914. 1!(H 191?
Highest yesterday 61 77 U) 64
Ixjweat yeaterday 41 63 26
Mean temperature 61 65 50 4t
Precipitation CM .00 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation depar
tures irom 1 lie normal :
Kxcees for the day
TotHi deficiency ainr.e Marrh 1
Normal DrloitAf ion (in Inrh
Jx-ficlency for the day 06 inch
Total rainfall since March 1.. 25.23 Inches
lWiclency since March 1 2.16 Inches
Ix-fli'iency tor cor. period, 1014. 2 V8 tnrhea
twdclency for cor. period, 1113. 7.03 lmhea
Mr port a froaa Statlaas at T P. M.
Station and State
Temp. High- Raln-
of V eatl.fr.
Iea Moinea, clear....
lodKe City, clear
North Platte, clear..
T p. in.
Purblo, cloudy M
Fa i ti City, part cloudy. 4M
r-alt Lake City, clear.... 64
ranta r a. Part cloudy.. 64
rlier.i'an, cloudy 44
Moux t'lty, clear M
U A.' WELSH, Local Porcaater.
JLoses tit Massachusetts
WILL OPEN BIG MEETING OF
NEBRASKA TEACHERS TODAY.
R J. 3arr - President
RALLY FOR BORTOH
Senator from Ohio Who is in Presi
dential Chase to Be Guest of
Omaha November 10.
RECEPTION AT FONTENELLE
Arrangements are being perfected
for another big republican meeting
In Omaha, at which Senator Theo
dore E. Burton of Ohio, who is gen
erally acclaimed In the presidential
class, will be- the honor guest.
The date la text . Wednesday, No
vember 10. At a conference Tuesday
plans" were laid for entertaining
the . senator, those participating
being the following well known
republicans: Hon. Joseph H. Millard,
Hon. John L. Kennedy, Hon, Walter
A. George, chairman of the state
committee; Hon. John L. Webster,
Hon. Victor Rosewater, Arthur C.
Smith, Robert Cowell, Luther Drake,
F. A. Brogan and .others. Senator
Millard acted as chairman of the con
ference and appointed the subcom
mittees to take charge of a public re
ception to be tendered Senator Bur
ton in the afternoon, and also for a
r-ubllc meeting in the evening.
Reeeptloa at Fealeaelle.
The Commercial club having Invited
Senator Burton to address It at the noon
hour, the committee has arranged with
the club to receive the senator and en
tertain him during the forenoon. After
the luncheon the officers of the McKin
ley club will look after the senator. The
reception will be held in the lobby ot
the Fontenelle hotel from 5 to o'clock
and the evening meeting In the aasembiy
room of the. Fontenelle hotel at 8 o'clock,
which will be addressed by Senator
At the conference today It was pro
vided that a committee of Omaha repub
licans will be named to jct as a re
ception committee at; the hotel in the
The senator's address before the Com
mercial club wilt be on the subject of
"Nineteen Fifteen," having, of course, u.
political aigniricance. For the evening
address the senator will discuss "The
United States and the War." His re
marks will relate largely to the tariff as
the best means of protecting American
manufacturers and producers against tho
Importation ot cheap labor European
products at the close of the war.
To make the affair statewide in scope
the committee will issue Invitations to
republicans outside ot Omaha, bidding
them to share In the. reception, and also
to attend the senator's meeting in the
evening. These Invitations will include
the noonday luncheon at the Commercial
club, and republicans from outside ac
cepting such invitations will be the guests
of the club and the special committee for
that occasion. No special invitations will
be mailed to republicans in Omaha, who
are ail invited to the afternoon reception
and to the evening meeting.
The conference committee wishes it un
derstood that every republican In the
state is cordially Invited to participate
in the entertainment of Senator Burton.
Quit in Chicago
CHICAGO. Nov. 5. Despite the fact
that more saloon licenses were renewed
this year than a year ago. It was said
by brewers today that 1.000 fewer saloon
keepers are doing business at th.s time
than a year ago. The licenses of these
establishments, however, were renewed
y the breweries In many casea. They
may be turned back and refunds to.
talned. It la said.
Orjwth of prohibition sentiment as
shown by the Increased number of dry
towns and enforcement of the Sunday
rloeing law are glen as the main
OMAIIA, Y&y. i
NEW GLASSES OF
HEN TO COLORS
Another Nation it Expected to En
gage in War on the Side of
the Allies Within Next
DRAWING NET ABOUT NISH
Au2tro-Germant and Bulgarians Are
Closing In on Important Rail- .
road Town in Serbia.
AUSTRIA NS CHECK ITALIANS
LONDON, Nov. 2. Public interest
is divided today between Premier
Asqulth's speech In the House of
Commons and Koumanla's reported
Intentions to throw its lot with the
entente allies. News coming by way
of Paris lends support to the grow
ing Impression that Roumanla Is pre
paring to Intervene in the war.
By royal decree new classes of Rou
manian recruits are being mobilised.
Vienna reports that "a grave situation"
may arise between Austria and Rou
manla in connection wit! tne proposed
uso of the lower Danube to transport
Russian troops to Bulgaria. Little news
comes direct from Bucharest, as the cen
sorship is enforced so strictly that even
ordinary messares are stopped, but it is
known that agitation in favor of war Ir
spreading through the army.
Drawing Net Aboil Nlah.
The Austrian, German an! Bulgarian
armies are drawing the net more closely
about Nlah. In the south the French as
sert they havo inflicted considerable
losses on the Bulgarians, who are re
ported to have been thrown back on the
right bank of the Varnar.
The only political development ot not
In the Balkans is a change of tone in the
ministerial press of Athens, which is pub
lishing apparently inspired articles ot a
nature friendly to the entente allies, al
though Insisting Qrecce must maintain
its policy of benevolent neutrality.
Rnaalans' Eaten Offeaatv. '
Along the eastern front there Is evi
dence of a considerable extension of the
Russian offensive. This is Indicated by
Official reports Xrecn both sides, although
neither claim any Important .result from
these operations. Definite reports concern
ing the progress of the new German at
tack on Riga also are lacking.
: Russia's active participation in the Bal
kans may have begun, inasmuch as Btt-
charect reports Russian troops have been
landed at Varna. This Bulgarian port Is
said to be defended by Turks, com
manded by German officers. '
The English publlo awaits with keen
Interest Premier Asqulth's speech In the
House of Commons. It is expected to be
not only a review of recent diplomatic
and military activities, but a defense of
the coalition cabinet's conduct of the
Teutons Will Get
from Serb Mines
LONDOX, Nov. I Oermany and Aus
tria are likely to obtain ample supplies
of copper from Serbia, according to
Chedo Miyatovich, former Serbian min
ister to London. The great copper mines
probably are the beat in Europe and a
junction recently was made between
Oerman and Bulgarian troops operating
In the district where they are located.
There also are' anthracite coat mines In
the Tlmok valley.
M. Miyatovich, in a statement to the
Standard,' says the Serbian army can
hold out in the mountains for a month
longer and that the invaders are likely
to find little booty in a country ex
hausted by years of warfare, except
what they take from the copper and gold
King George Still
Confined to Bed
LONDON, Nov. t.-KIng George, who
returned to London last night from the
French front. Is recovering slowly from
the effects of his fall from a horse last
week. The official bulletin was issued
"The king had a better night and has
no fever. Although the effects of the ao
cldent are slowly passing off, his majesty
will be some time longer confined to bed.
Seventeen Hurt by
WILMINGTON, Del.. Nov. !.-Beven-teen
men were badly Injured today by the
heavy explosion of a large quantity of
powder at No. 1 plant of the DuPont
Powder works at Carney's Point, N. J.
It la said that the explosion. was of a
carload of white cannon powder. The
Injuries resulted from the vivid flash ot
fire that enveloped the entire premises.
BRITISH TORPEDO BOAT
SUNK IN COLLISION
LONDON, Nov. t-The British admi
ralty this afternoon announced that the
British torpedo boat No. M was sunk at
Gibraltar yeaterday after being In a col
lision. "Torpedo boat No. M, Chief Gunner
John I). Sjmntr, R. N ," says the i ffl
rlal statement, "was a nt ) ester Jay In
the Btralta of Gibraltar after a OJlUsl.n
with a mercantile fleet auxiliary. Two
officers and nine men are reported miss
ing and it is fearel they were drowned.
FIRST PICTURE THROUGH FROM LONDON, showing;
Zppelin raid on the British capital.
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IN AUSTRIA FAILS
Official Report from Vienna Sayi
General Offensive Campaign
ITALIANS LOSSES 150,000 MEN
VIENNA, Nov. 1. (Via London.)
The general 'Italian' offensive,
which has- been in progress for a
fortnight, has been met successfully
by i,b Austrtans; the War toff ice ar
nouncea, and la heglnnlsg to decline.
ThrartnotLnceinent says: .
"The third Italian attack agalptY our
ooastal . fronts frhioh begaa. on -October
U, and was renewed with, fresh troops
on October 28, begins to fall.
"The enemy advanced on Sunday
against the - northern edge of the lofty
Doberdo ' plateau ' with strong forces
which, - however, were weak at several
points. The attack was intermittent and
no longer general. Though the battle may
again flame up the attempted offensive
on the main front with at least Twenty
five Infantry divisions (300,000 men) which
the Italian command .announced with
brave words, has collapsed on the un
shakable wall of our victorious troops.
"On the Isonso front the battle of a
fornlght's duration represents a gain for
our army. Our front throughout la un
changed. Likewise the defenders of the
Tyrol and Carlnthlan fronts retained
firmly the posltltions they have hero
ically held since the beginning ' of the
"Through theses successes our army
had proved again how Idle and untenable
are all the claims of our erstwhile ally
to the southwest frontier territory which
he thought he was able to conquer by
a treacherous attack In the rear.
"In the battles of the second half of
October the enemy lost at least I&O.Oia)
Kzehaast Plaa Coatplrted.
LONDON. Nov. t It la understood
that a committee of banltars and others
working on the American exchange
problem has nearly completed a plan
which, in their opinion, should consider
ably stabilise the exchange rate on a
higher baals than that now ruling.
The Day ' War New9
BRITISH AND FKUNt'lf traaaports
with troops es board have ap
peared e)ff Katala, Ureeee, a Brr
lla aewsaaper aaaaaaees.
DISPATCH KS FROM Atheaa to Ua.
aea declare tae attltada at Greece
(ward th eateata allies Is ba.
com a a; aor tarorakle.
ri'HTHEB ADVANCE aa Rlara aloasr
(ha railroad from Takarn (a (ha
west of (ha city kr Field Mareaal
Voa Illadeabarsr'a army la aa
aoaaeed. TEUTONIC FORCES r a gaged la (he
Seralaa lavaaloa are preeala rap
Idly aoathward. The orcapatlaa
of Cacak, aa laiportaa( Jaartloa
polat a (ha railroad raaalaa- froat
aorta wrt era Serbia aoalh of Kia
vorevala (a Nlah, la reported by
(ha Bcrlla war office.
NEARLY ON B MILLION are
Marshal Sir Joha Freach oa (ha
Froaco-Brlglaa froa(, Premier
Aeoelta aaaaaaced today.
GREAT ITALIAN aarral offeaalva
laaached a fartalaat ago haa
brokca dowa, (ha Aaa(rlaa war of
fice declare la a a(a(cmeat today,
after (ha loaa of 150,000 me a by
(ha attacking farces.
MONTENEGRIN WAR OFF1CH dt
clarca (ha Maaleacsrrla (roups
are eaaaoaafally hold lac (ha Aaa
(rlaaa ooalh af Vlabegrad, la Beat
a la. . i
CON ANTINOPLK REPORTS via.
leal artillery dads oa (ha Darda.
acllce froal. The Tarks claim la
hava dispersed by artillery lira
maaaca af -allied (roape elh(cd by
IV ew York. Irennsywama
3, 191 IV TWELVE PAG FA
fL4; .a .4' u."'
Given Uncle Sam
by Stranded Men
. NEW YORK, Nov. w-rubllcatlon here
of the Hat of the delinquents who bor
rowed money from the United Rates
government in order to get home from
Hurope when the war started did not
cause any runh to the United Btates sub
treasury office to repay the funds loaned.
Of the names made publlo by the secre
tary of the treasury 6S1 were supposed
to be realdents of New York City. Their
names are on file at the subtreasury here
and a- few of. the debtors called there
and, promised, to pay later. . v ...
A ranrtom invesiijsauori ot soma at Aha,
name and addresses contained in the
list showed that many of the borrowers
Were not residents of New York, but
save fictitious names - and addresses.
Some of them .never, returned to ' this
country. In several cases where hotel
addresses had been given the borrower
had not rerlatered at the hotel. Others
oould not be found at apartment houses
given as their homes. . One of the bor
rowes had been living in Paris for five
years. Another gave an empty lot as his
address. Others had gone west or de
clared they were never In Europe.
A few of the delinquents who . were
found at the addresses they had given
pleaded hard times and said that they
would pay up as soon as tbey oould.
Thirteen Are Burned -to
Death in Fire in a
New York Tenement
S'EW TORK, Nov. I. Thirteen persons
of whom six were men, three women and
four children, lost their Uvea In a fire
which destroyed a three story brick tene
ment house at 66 North Bizth street, near
the river front, in Brooklyn, early today.
Moat. of the victims were overcome by
gas which leaked from a broken pipe in
the building and are believed to have
been unconscious before tne fire started.
The.smnke eomrleted asphyxiation and
many of them were found dead in bed.
All were Boles. .
The building was occupied by families
having as boarders, laborers employed by
a sugar factory. The gas which filled the
lower part of the house, exploded spread
ing the flames and cutting off exit by the
I halls. Those who were not overcome by
the gas fled by the fire escapes.
Firemen were unable to enter the build
ing until after the blase was extin
guished, and then one entered the upper
rooms and found several bodies In beds,
and others of women and children In
posltltions indicating that they had fled
to the windows and hallways, but were
overcome either by gss or smoke.
One man, a spectator, died ot heart
dlseaat caused by excitement. The ex
plosion was attributed to the breaking of
a lamp left burning In a hallway.
Officials Investigated a report that the
blase was Incendiary.
In Freight Traffic
CHICAGO, Nov. 1 A general Increase
In freight traffic on western railroads
for October Indicates an advanced pros
perity for the nation, according to rail
In addition to a steady growth in grain
movement that sent records from the
west and northwest well ahead of Oo
tober lai 4. the general traffic move
ment for the month was excellent.
Ore shipments for the west were heavy
and the freight movement from east to
weat chiefly manufactured goods
showed a big Increase for the month.
Much of the trafflo was of the long
haul class, as Indicated by a compari
son of car movement records.
Dtatlstlclana on railroads entering Chi
cago gave the? gains according to per
centages, the actual figures not being
reedy. The Chicago, Buryngton dt Quincy
haa a gain of I per cent over a year ago;
the Chicago & Northwestern, 12 par
eent: the Atchlaon, Topeka Santa Fe,
S per cent, and the Illinois Central, more
than per cent
Oi Trains, at Bote)
ews Bteaas, ete , M
the damage done by the last
GAINS IN SERBIA
Germans Auert They Have Occupied
Cacak and Pass South of
RUSSIANS ARE FORCED BACK
BERLIN, Npvvt. (Via London.)"
Cacak, an important railroad Junc
tion point in Berbla,' about thirty
miles to. the southwest ot Kraur
Leys ti, has been, occuclod by the Tuvl-
tonic forces engaged ), th Birblfto
invasion, it was officially announced
today.. . :
Besides the occupatlettjof Cacak
Oerman army headquarters ' an
nounced today that a pass through
the heights to the south of Milanovac,
into the western Mora fa valley, had
Ibeen conquered. t
It was also announced that the heights
south ot Kraguyevats had been taken.
The Bulgarian army' under ' General
Voyadjierf la making progreaa throtigh
the NUava valley.
Mora Ualas la Raaala. '
, The Oerman advance on Klga from the
west has made further progress, the
war office announced . today. '."
, In the Dvlnsk region fierce ' fighting la
under way. The Russians, undertaking a
strong offensive movement, were repulsed
with heavy losses. ...
The announcement follows:
"Army of Field Marshal von I linden
burg: Bouth of the Tukum-Klga railway
eur attack made further1 progress on
both sides of the river.
"Before bvinsk fierce fighting con
tinued yesterday. Strong Russian attacks
were repulsed with, severe losses. The
battles between Bwenton and Ilsen lakes
are still proceeding. Five hundred pris
oners fell Into our hands.
Rasa Drlrea Back.- -
"Army of Prince Leopold: The Rus
sians attempted to halt our advance weat
of Csartorysk by a counter attack on a
wide front with dense masses of troops.
They were driven back with heavy losses.
Our attack continues.
'"At Slenlkowce the Russians succeeded
In temporarily penetrating,, positions he A
by the troops' of General von Bothmer.
We recaptured our.' trenches by -a
counter attack and took more than 600
prisoners. The village of tilenlkowce It
aolwae for the greater part recaptured
by storm early this morning after bitter
fighting during the night and I.tiOO more
prisoners were taken." '
The announcement concerning the west
ern front follows:
"Apart from strong artillery aurpri a
attacks on Butte de Tahure and lively
artillery battles on the front between the
Me use and the Moselle, there la nothing
of Importance to report."
Allies Send Another
Army to the Balkan's
AMSTERDAM. Nov. l.-Vla London.)
A new Anglo-French expedition t the
Balkans la announced by the Berlin
TageblatC This newapaper publlahes a
telegram from Sofia, stating that Brit
ish and French transports with troops
have appeared off Kavala, Greece.
Kavala la on the east ot the Aegean in
Greece, about twenty miles east of thi
Bulgarian border. It la eighty mi s
northeast of the Greek port of Baljn'kl,
where the first detachments of Biitlah
and French troops were landed for the
-Kavala Is the ' nearest Greek port to
the Ualllpdll peninsula and might te
selected as the landing place in Case
French and Brit.'sh troops were with
drawn from the peninsula for service
agalnat Bulgaria. A Berlin dispatch
yesterday said troops now on the ser
bain front, brought In by way of 8a lo
nlkl. had been sent from the peninsula.
A few miles north from Kalava la the
railroad which runs from Salonlkl to the
Bulgarian port of Dedeaghatrh.
i f 4 r;
SINGLE COPY TWO CENT9L
FOUR ATTACKS ON
AGUA PRIETA BY
Two Attempta to Take City Made
Early Today After a Bombard
ment by Heavy Artillery
EIGHT SHOT ON AMERICAN SIDE
Four Soldiers, Waiter Letter Car
rier and Two Mexican! An
DOUGLAS TREMBLES UNDER FIRE
DOUGLAS, Arls., Nov. I. With
salvos of artillery beginning at 6:17
this evening, Villa apparently began
firing tonight for his fifth and per
haps laBt aaaault on ' the Carrania
stronghold of Agua Prteta.
Three hours before, Major Gen
eral Funston, who arrived and as
sumed command in Douglas today
removed the American troops from
their trenches on the international
boundary. This move, coupled with
reports that Villa intended shelling
Douglas, and that General Funston
was preparing to interfere in Mexico,
caused widespread apprehension.
The American troops moved back
from the border were ordered to
pack baggage in the wagon train and
each man was Instructed to take In
dividual rolls, indicating a purpose
to take drastic action in event of
further firing upon American terri
DOUGLAS, Arli., Nov. 1. After
four desperate attacks on Agua
Trleta, which kept the Carrania de
fense blazing practically all night
with-flashing guns and bursting
shells. General Francisco Villa drew
off shortly after daylight today.
General P. Ellas Calles, coramand-lff-the-Carranie
garrison,- reported -Ihe
Villa force! in retreat, but at
7;6 his big' Bchneider-Ganet guns
reopen eda bombardment which soon
died down. .
Losses ' of the - Carransa . garrison
were reported by General Callles as
45 killed and 75 wounded, although
unofficial reports stated his casual
ties were 250. Villa dead and
wounded In large numbers strewed
tho desert around the barbed wire
barricades of. the Mexican town.
The battle continued pratically with
out Intermission from . yesterday after
noon at 1:IS o'clock until this morning.
At I o'clock when Villa launched his
fiercest attack 'and the combined fire ot
rifles, machine guns and cannon. It prob
ably surpassed In violence the din of any
previous Mexican battle. American array
officers who with their men were In the
trenches fanclng the border all night de
clared It was the worst they bad ever
Battle Laa(a Alt Ntch(.
Villa opened on tne wer tern trenches cf
Agua Prieta with every gun available in
support of a final rush by his Taaul
Indiana about I o'clock. Calles replied
with every weapon in hla garrison.
Douglas trembled under the , vibrations
of the continuous crashes and concus
sions. Bullets from the Mexican side
rained upon the American town from '
the United States armry trenches at the
(Continued on Page Two, Column Two.)
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