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Title: Key West Citizen
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Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: November 7, 1916
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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THE


KEY


WEST


, CITIZEN


VOLUME XXXVII. No. 311. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS


SIXTEEN MiLION AMERICANS


CAST THEIRBALLOTS TODAY
EVEN MONEY WAGERED IN NEW YORK TODAY. WILSON A
TEN TO 7 FAVORITE IN SAN FRANCISCO. JACKSONVILLE
REPORTS CATTS IS SWEEPING THE STATE.


MONARCH OF COASTWISE


FLEET DOCKEDHERE TODAY

Henry R. Mallory, New Liner,
,d"I ALOS XT .. ^. .0% AA, 1 V"t ft"_. --- VTa r ^ n


LARGE VOTE


WILL BE CAST


HERETODAY


VILLA, THE


TIGER, AS HE

REALLY LOOKS


(International News Service) The importance today of the' 1 re. (trIley w est = ( nte oi aomtili News Service)
I vWithitregistration list of more Field Headquarters, Punitive E
;ew York, N. Y., Nov. 7.-(2:30 Progressive vote of four years ago, G alveston Run than tenty-six hu ed intis expect- peditio e, t
p. m.)-ileautiful weather all over is seen froin the following table ed that full twenty.two hudre truck, Mexico, Nov. 7, by motor
the country is bringing out a reco,,l which gives the plurality of the eothets will be cs y nt co und be- ul trash to Columbus, N M. M.-A
vote everywhere which is puzzling to combined Iboo.evelt and Taft vote The "Henry R. Mallory," the larg. up, within which are the public fore ni:htfll imu have been printed i Americaphs of
the politicians. cfI 1912 over the Wilson v9te: est coastwise carrier in service in apartments and cabin accommoda- i All the candidates, together i newspapers, hardly one shows Fran-
The batting in New York is even Stat" Plurality American waters, made her first stop tons for' about 100 first class pas- their friends, are working hard to. .s.'la s, he really i in the
today. New York -----.. 189,974 here today, docking at 7:30 o'clock, singers. At the stern, on two decks, day, making the last few hour count flesh
Ten to even, with Wilson fhe' :r. -Penilsylvallia ... 325,142 en route from Galveston to New are located separate dining hall, aS much ts possible. I Mechanical limitations prevent, for
e in the odds in San Francisco, Illinos 235,043 York. lounging room, and stateroom facili- At this time it is impossible to fore. instance, an adequate picture of the
In the states w;erc women hav Ohio ... ...... ........ S3,21l ties for 100 their] class p.uns iners- cast with any degree of accuracy t notor iou l ainiit 's eyesp--those yel-
siffrage, they arc prli.-1 : ;i., ':iumsets --1..... The Henry Mallory left New thus giving a capacity for a total of final result, though it is thought that lowist, bi-own eyes before which hun-
which i1 claimed by both hdes, l.ia -n ..- ........- ... 31,384 York on her initial trip on October 00 people, Ithe full county democratic ticket drelso 1 Mexicans have quailed. h"'
harlc. Evas Hughes voted ballot iuigan ............... 21,077 26, for Galveston, and left Galveston Appointments are most elaborate, ill b emolected. eye-balls protrude from their sockets
number tiirteen. New Jersey ... ........ 55, turday on her return, touching at and the comfort of passengers :cr., Ilica ions ore that Mr. Allen will morie than the average man's The
President Wilson drove to I'rinc. lowa L--. -- ...- ----106,299 this port today, under command of to be anticipated in every detail ofec unusually large vote i tes re bloodshot W he is
ton and voted and then returned to Wisconsin .... 25,130 Captain Henry W. Barstow. arrangement. A notable feature is this county for governor te it e blood
Shadow Lawn. unesota ......... 83,763 Built for the Mallory Line, by the that the staterooms are all outside At 2:30 o'clock this afternoon the until they appeablo almost red hen
Neither candidate has anything to California -- .- 4,088 Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry rooms, unusually large, well lighted, number of votes cast in the various he is in a crowd, Vila's e shifts
do this afternoon. Kansas--- .... -. 51,297 Dock Co., at Newport News, Va., and exceptionally well ventilated. city precincts were as follows: like lightning to every part of the
A close watch is bhing kept for Vaihington --.. ... 97,303 this new vessel-an oil burner of the There are several bedroom suites Precinct No. 1 --------------- 145 compass, possibly on guard against f the
_.auds in the Northern and Wester. Conncticut ...... ... 29,892 latest type, 441 feet in length, 4 with private bath, although numer-Precinct No, 2------ come would-be assiby on guard against
states. Malne .- -- 28,925 feet beam, 33 feet deep, and with a ous public bath rooms and lavatories Precinct No. 3 ------ 878 alone with masin;, Vlla's when hyes
states. Colorado .. ... .... 10,400 displacement of 11,750 tons on load are conveniently located vn each Precinct No. 4 26 bore through him like knife.
AILEN POLLING BIG North Dakota.. ..... 19,261 draught--claims distinction as the deck. Precinct No. 5 --- ------ o_ bore through him like a knife.
VOTE OVER THE STATE. Oregdn -.- ........- -.... 25,209 largest coastwise passenger anu In the dining saloon, located for- height i feet, ten nhe s in
(International News Service) Rhode Island --.- ..... 14,439 freight steamer of today. ward on the main deck, utility and thick-hested, s earns aed and
inville, Nov. 7.-(230 p. inm.) New Hampshire ..... 15,997: The name of Mallory has for near- beauty of appointment are combined Tthick-chested. Hlls ais are ut-
'his morning indicate that V'e.mont ---- -.-.. --... 30,025 ly a century been inseparably linked to the utmost degree. The white nd ually long They atre out of pro-
uts i sweeping the siate Thirt:,-five United States Senators to the development of the American gold of the ceilings and dome elc- reach ne rly to his knees.t s Hs ands,
will he elected today by popular vote, Merchant Marine, and like the ves- troliers, the glistening t'abic services, uen n to hi s ees. a
i is tiolling the biggest j's f.'lmovs: sels of America's pioneer shipbuilder, the glossy mahogany of the walls B A l II don i s are as soft h as a w o-
ever cast in the Alizona, A,'kass, California, Charles Mallory, which were umong and furniture give the effect of the UA grasp is flabby. He eip-hs ahibo
( o,'ccivlt, l)elawui-e, iFlorida, In- the first from the United States to most luxurious Metropolitan ce. sp lby. He weih unds.abou
dinta I2), Maine (2), Maryland, explore the Indian Ocean, China Sea, The room is pleasantly lighted ani T r f tl i sheada,, neck ,. call pictures
-; Service) Mat sachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, etc., the new "Henry R. Mallory" has ventilated on three sides by windows i ad o l neck is
'.- .ixteen W *is*ippi, MiFsouri, Montana, No- entered upon what already bids fair through which the direct sunlight B T Tthick ias aman's thith and ve
ast their Ira,-ka, Nevada, New Jer:,ey, New to prove an eventful and interesting softly filters. short. His a mans large, and very
day fo,. Mexico, New York, North Ia)kota, career, Leaving Newport News on| The Social Hall is one of i:tchnes: jaort. His het d is t ige, a little too
l Vice- Ohio Pen'Cylvauii, Rhode Island, Oct. 21, having on board President and good taste. A piano shows it i (Miami Metropolis) lare for the rest of his body. It is
e. Tennessee, Texas, Utah, VermonL, IWith the decision yesterday of he rarel brushes A hald spot s e
l can- Virginia, washinRgtn, West i.- .. . . .. ....... Judge H. Pierre Branning in the cir- nn to aea at the o T
15,036,- ginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming. t court uahing a writ nst ing to appear at the top. The
if the na- Four hundred and thil'y-five mem- .. i botrd of .pilot comnisironerd 5 fs'eeming tu
of llen-, ~ of the House of Represents. ,' Key We- tet .d.ary end was put o
m' Will be chosen, asoilH6-: on"'t" ,, tt al attracted a great His skin is lit brown t "
Ailbma, 10; -Ariont, 1 Ar deal of interest among the harbor His skin i light brown but mt-
a e- kansaba, 1 O Alifornia, it; Color.iAo,- p deal of interest among the harbor tied with dark patches, evidently the
-" : people of Key West and Miami. T, result of many years spent in the
certain to 4; Cnnecticut, o; Delawre, 1; case grew out of the action of the open. His ears are large and ugly.
y go much Flrida, 4; Georgia, 12; daho, board of pilot commssoines i His nose is wde-nostriled bt small
Illinois, 27; Indiana, 13; Iowa, 1,; censing two extra pilots for the Ke. His cheeks aie fat.
jose 531 mem- Kansas, 8; Kentucky, 11; Louisiana, Wst h bor, the two en being E- is cheekstha s a t he sava
College, those 8; Maine, 4; Maryland, 0; M-ssan- gne Knight and John Hinde. Therecu an the a
tuls who will chusetts, 16; Michigan, 13; Minne-, s r : ,are seven licensed pilots in Key Wet short upper-lip does not conceal
ale time hence and sota, 10; Mississippi, 8; Missouri,' And they petitioned Judge
i, ru4ult everyone 10; Montana, 2; Nebraoka; 6;1 No for a writ of certiorari, forcing the The shortness of thi lip, whichrar e e -
midnight tonight. The vada, 1; New Hampshire, 2; New TlfE MALLORY STEAMSHIP "HFNRY R. MALLORY." board to place ts records before theo ese itap
electoral votes necessary Jersey, 12; New Mlexico, 1; Newt court for examination, the complain- as though Villaowere always gri
,ice i '206. York, 43; North Carolina, 10; North Raymond and other executive, operat- white keyboard at one end of the'ants contending that during the past The though Villa were always grin-
nation i on tiptoe awaiting Dakota, 3; Ohio, 22; Oklahoma, 8; ing, and traffic officials of the Mal-oom Writing desks await a fancy six months only 27 vessels have n-ning. The thickness of sensual ethxpres
esult-not ol because -the is- Oregon, 3; Pennsylvania, 36; Rhode lory Line accompanied by officers of, re ondence and at one end tered the Key West harbor that de- sion that is heightened by the slow
have stirred the blood of the Islad, 3; South Carolina, 7; South the Shipbuildin Comany, a tri ae spread the boun ises of the handed the use of a pilot. It washich
people, but also because an un. Dakota, 3; Tennessee, 10; Texas, 18; rip was made fromHamptonRoad test magazis a periodicals. 'claimed that there was no nee of almovest pondert. A lonus, mannstern hich he
biased observer concludes from the Utah, 2; Vermont, 2; Virginia, 10; toHaeras and return---tunning i It is but a step fr-om the Social the extra pilots and that the actio a lower jaw that protude disclose
numerous. straw ballots, the con- WVashington, 5; West Virginia, ; t e and a t Hall to the promenulde deck which is of the board damaged the pilots dcal-los
census of forecasts by leading parti- Wisconsin, 11; Wyoming, 1. a eed ofnly about 18 knots per hour attractively browl f, a "constitu-ready licensed for this work. th e inherent cruel to the rest of
sans, the course of the betting ods, Hawaii and Alask. will each el,.:: dn heavy per hou dol." One of the features o the The Florida laws were cited in hisphysical make-up is Villa's voe.
sans,notwithstanding heavy seas and new iteamr is the vradaeafe and case which stated that not more thih. corepfthietlgmikI, Hwait dAlla'ilvahce.
and various other indications that a delegate to Congress. winds of.almost hurricane velocity, ew teamer is the et e and case which stated that not mor t t is high-pitched and eak, except
the -esult will be a very close one. The following states will el Leaving mpton Roads again a smoking oo aste i where tables ton licensed pilots should be appoiJnt- when he shouts orders. ost of the
It is easy to find those on ei ler Governors: Leaving3 ampton Roads again it nd chairs look ilitnvily eunrroi ed for the Key West harbor. Jud-e time, though, it is a pculiar blend of
side who will tell you to a dot just Arizo'n, Arkansas, Colora.lo, Co- 739 Oct. 22 ,the run to New York table for- a after-dinner tig i ,E 'Branning granted the writ of crtar nd
y t l A.k was made in record breaking time of a whine and a drawl. To hear it a
how each state will go. But as the necticut, Deleware, Florida, Georgia. 15 hours and 51 minutes. the influence the en sea a. rar and the records of the board not see the speaker, one would thind
detailed predictions of Republican Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Ipwa, Klan- nclded minutes As the only direcl ocean passen- pilot commissioners were examineI t o w o ekin k
and Democrats are distressingly out sas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Inuded ithe passenger list on ger route to Texs, the Mallory Line in court. After this investigation the His stn-year-old child wass a -word among
of harmony, the best one who would Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Ne- "he maiden trip to Galveston were -in addition to this new steamer- judge quashed the writ, holding th his fellows He has been known to
rid himself of party feeling can say braska, New Hampshire, New Jet- men of t. A. Arry has been constantly nugumenting its the court had no jurisdiction to di. ick upand set on its feet a small
is that the following states are in sey, New Mexico, New York, North troops for Mlexican Border service,. fleet, the well known and popular turb the findings of the board upon p up and slet a i fall
doubt and should be watched tonight Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Ahbt one company of 69 men for Laredo, "San Jacinto" being of comparative- the showing made. mule drawing a son though min
for an indication of how the final Island, South Carolina, South Iho and another company of 7. men for ly recent construction. The record-' The style of the case was, "Wil- while dragging a caison trough ry
result is going: kotA, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Ver- El Paso, in addition to which every. breaking "Brazos" was built by the liam H. Shaw et al vs. George A. Troa. thi
Doubtful States, milont, Wbshingtorl, West Virginia, cabin stateroom was sold. The M1llory Line but is now transferred Roberts et al." Mk. Shaw is one Nativerefugees arriving at t
Indiana, fifteen electoral votes; Wisconsin. voyage was made from New York to te Pt Ri sere* the licensed pilots in Key West and camp from the south say hes
Illinois, twenty-nine; New York, South Dakota West Virginia and via Hampton Roads and FortressI th the adverit of the "Henry R..the petition was signed,by the other e owthan he d sae
Miorioe, Va.,, then ,direct to Gal- llory, there haslbeen added to thepitonwai lgM e thoe e wears a beard several
forty-five; Ohio, twenty-four; Calt- Iowu will hold referendum on wo. oe ., the direct to Gal- Mlory," here ha been added t pilots, while Mr. Roberts is a mem inhes long and limps from th
fornia, thirteen; Nebi'aska, eight; man suffrage today. California eton. he steame has now et- our Merchant Marhne a distinctly ber of the board of pilot commi:- wound h received t Guerrer las
Wyoming, three; New Jersey, four- Mlsbourl, Montand, Utah, Nebrasklttered the regular weekly service be-'new type of passenger and freight sloners. w M h. X t- of the time he uses a
teen; West Virginia, eight; Connec. and South Dakota will vote on pro. twea New Yoik, Key West, Fla., and carrier of tremendous capacity, char- crt.., which is strapped to the side
ticut, seven, Delaware; three; Mary- poals to introduce. rol tion. leston, Texas. 'acerised by a well known naval con- WAR...ohtrhts huddle wh en he nts a
land, eight; Kentucky, thirteen;- lWotnen are running for Congress In appearance the "Henry R. Mal.- structor as "a simon.pure-American- N FROM of h saddle when he mounts a
Missouri, eight6n; W onsMin; their. in Montana and Callfrnia and for lory" resembles trans-Atlantic liners :vessel," and it significant to note ALL THE FRONTS TODA I. horse.
teen; Mchigan, fifteen; Colorado, a host of minor offices in suffrage --the lower or main deck extends at this time the.,prediction in connec- MEATLESS MEALS AND
six; Newr exico, three; Arizona, states. both forward and aft of the super, tion with recent reports from the' (International News Service) GYMNASUIUM FUND.
three; Whsthingtoh, seven. Total of It is roughly estimated that 76,000 btriucture, affording most unusually Bureau of Shisjog that "the output London, England, Nov. 7.-The
electoral votes in doubtful states- offices will be filled by this fall's brad apae for jlt air reoreatima. eaa yards for 1916 will Rounmanlans have rushed General (nternkll l New Serv -
eletor. election while th total number of ek gau, et., i amidship r y exc that of the great of von Mackenen' left wing. Gainesville, Ga., Nov. 7.- ainly
In this tablq are put all the state candida are 200,000. large gr lecka loom the World." The Teutons have won some ground through the efforts of Brenau tu-
called doubtful, b- either side. Some south of Rothenthurn and Vulican dents, who two.. years ago agreed to
of those listed are very doubtfu,, INIw4NA. a sagresM Ilapresentative from the ELECTION RETURNS AT passes. do without meat for breakfast, to get
others only moderately so, and a few (Iat al "New "dte Fitft District (Terre Haute) against THIS. OFFICE TONIGHT. [ The British-French attacks on the money for the construction of a gym-
s aedy e t all. It will be notiee Inc al -ov. ad--w-th l t lead -Xflph Moss, Democrat, and Everett S omme front last night were re- naslum, the new building will be ere-.
S the total edI doubtful electoral ing Vice-Presidential candil t *In- '-ders' Republican. paE e of pulsed. ted soon on te campus at a cost ap-
v ye, 255, is more than half of the diana son( thu State is hteatlit i- 'ae, Election returns from al pall hs f used a oe a ao0
whole number to be chosen. teeted It -today' etions. I-i -FLOI- the country will be receive round at thiso T h e Russians have gained soi. e on $ .
In 1 W1on d 485 electoral dana *.i dwt in the doubtful )ernationri,,vg Nea tre I- tonht, the o'tock -1There is n nothing important in the WOMAN RIVER PILOT
vot~s, Roo.evelt eighty-e*ght and column. Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 7 of riving at about six o 'Count will Macedonia and Italian theatre. 8 LICENE.
left eglht. But W lson'a total pop. The Demaoerats have eleven of the the most eating gubernatorial ca.- The vote in Monroe ount p i An Austrian submarine and anc thr. Ne e
ular vote---,298,019---was 1,811,444 thirteen present Representatives pgn in t he e riltn oFrarlda wa ....... . t ose Iln dAstroyer sunk each other. dGer T8U, S servicES.
Isa than fTaft and Roosevelt's corn. both United States Sanatora. Much broalght to a close ltoda and the re- p eturns w the race for readnaughts were enville, iss., Nov. 7.-Mr
binled and 2,40,504 less than that vigor has beqn shown in the cam- ut being awaited the een- rom p the state on atheae oy an English submarine. Doe V. Jeweill, of this city, has just
eomitid. The popular vote four tor are to be elected. Harry S. Continued on Page T'wo) tbwi do not find it convene.vs, eleved Is bothwevre sucfully passed the government
year ago was is follows New, Reptlbileal, is facing Senator ent to call it the office are cordially 'nk examination and been granted a
SWilson (Dem.) 6,298,019. John W. KErn for t1he long term* ELNCTION RETURNS invited to use the telephone. Ar-- river pilot's license.
a' t (Rp.) 8,484,56 and James E. W tson, Republican. I, AT SAN CARLOS TONIGHT. rangements have been made for Mrs. Harry G. Black arrived this For three years she has "run the
S 2osevelt (Prog.) 4,1109,507. trying to take the short term fron' -. someone to handle all telephone calls morning from Galveston and will visit river" on her father's boat and now
Abs (Soc.) 901,878. Senator Thomas Taggart. Returns, county, state and na- promptly and we invite you to make here with her moths and other rela- ;she knows the Mississippi like a book
0 oafl (Proh.) ,207,928. I Eugene V. Dabs, twice Socialist tonal, will be thrown on the screen use of thJs opportunity to keep post- tives, returning to Galveston Novem- and can direct the largest boat
:" er (Soe. L) 29,25). ,candidate for president is a candidate at San Carlos tonight, ed on the results. ber 26. afloat.


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awaiting an outlet" is a state o
SWaffairs that will never be wholly
solved. But the wise merchant
keeps trying to solve it-keeps try
Published Every Afternoon Except ing to "get even" through his ad
vertising, all possible facts abou
Sunday, at 500 Greene Street, his store and its offerings. H
Key West, Fla. knows that these facts are wha
sell goods for him-not bluster o
generalities.
WSE CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. If YOUR STORE is twice as in
incorporated 1907. teresting as your advertising would
indicate, make it one of your big
gest tasks to partially overcome
htared as second-class matter 0o- this handicap.
tober 24, 1906, at the post.officel It is not work for some subordin
ate. It is work for the "boss" and
at Key West, Florida, under the all of his helpers, pulling TO
Act of Congress of March 2, GETHER FOR A COMMON RE
SULT.
19. i|

a T. Durst, Editor and Manager.SIXTEEN MILLION

Delivered by carrier, or by mail, lb
cents per week. AMERICANS CAST

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.

President BAL OTS TODAY
WOODROW WILSON
Vice-President (Continued from Page One)
THOSE. R. MARSHALL --
est interest throughout the state
Presidential Electors. There are three candidates before the
J. T. BUTLER people, two Democrats and one Rb-
M. CARABELLA publican. The campaign has been
J. P. CLARKSON fought with bitterness and hatred
F. E. HARRIS Ithat has stirred the state to its
M. H. MABRY foundations.
W, H. PRICE The greatest fight was between
United States Senator the democratic candidates. In the
PARK TRAMMELL Democratic primary Sidney J. Catti
~PARK'RAr LLand W. V. Knott were the candid.
Congressman 4th District date. Catts won by 21 votes. A re-
W. J. SEARS count was called for. This resulted
Governor in Knott being declared the nominee
W. V. KNOTT by about 36 majority. The Catts
W. v. KN faction was not satisfied, contending
Secretary of State their candidate was still the rightfu
H. CLAY CRAWFORD nominee and his name finally went
on the ticket as an Independent-
Attorney General Prohibition candidate. The name of
THOS. F. WEST Knott appears under the regular
Comptroller Democratic emblem.
ERNEST AMOS I Geo. W. Allen, a prominent Key
,Wiest lawyer, seeing the split in the
Treasurer Democratic ranks, jumped into the
J. C. LUNING campaign as the Republican nom
Supein n P c .. inee. He has a large following in


Superintendent Public Instruction.
W. N. SHEATH
Commissioner of Agriculture
W. A. MeRAE
Justices of the Supremne Court
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
R. F. TAYLOR
Railroad Commissioner
ROYAL C. DUNN
Members Legislature
ARTHUR GOMEZ
JOHN (1. SAWYER '"
County Judge
HUGH GUNN
Sheriff
CLEMENTS JAYCOCKS
Clerk Circuit Court
D. Z. FILER
Clerk Criminal Court
EUGENE L. ALBURY
Tax Assessor
HOWIARD J. SAWYER
Tax Collector
WM. F. MALONEY
County Superintendent Public In-
struction
VIRGIL S. LOWE .
County Commlsdoners
First District:
WM. R. PORTER
Second District:
1RAXTON B. WARREN
Mhird District:
SAS. R. CURRY
Fourth Districtt
PEO. A. SANCHEZ
Fifth District:
W. HILTON CURRY
Justieea of the Peace
Second District:
CHAS. F. SMITH
For Members School lBerd
PFirst Districts
S. C. BOTT
Second District: "
GEO. F. ARCHER
Third District:
CHASE. B. PIERCE

MOST STORES ARE TWICE
AS INTERESTING AS THE AD-
VERTISING WOULD INDICATE.

Once a big merchant expressed the
thought that if he could only visua-
lise in his advertising ONE HALF
of the interesting things in his
store, his sales would be at least
doubled. Then he mused over the
fact that to even describe half of
the interesting things in his store
would require more space than any
newspaper could offer.
-.With all that in mind he said:
"Merchants who, in face of a real
congestion of interesting facts,
awaiting an outlet, resort to any
form of fiction in their advertising


every quarter of the state and wil
receive besides the regular Republi.
cal vote a. big Democratic vote which
.may result in giving Florida a 'tos
publican governor. The Democrati
presidential electors will undoubtedly
be elected, giving the electoral vote
to Woodrow Wilson.

MASSACHUSETTS.
(International News Service)
Boston, Mass., Nov. 7.-Because ol
his recent attacks on President Wil
son, Senator Henry C('ahnt. odge's
contest for re-election with John F'
Fitzgerald, former Mayor of Boston
is watched here with great attention.
today. Another interesting race is
between Governor Samuel W. M-
Call, seeking another term and Fred-
erick W. Ml nsfield, Democrat.

DELAWARE.
(Internotioniil Newt" Service)
Wilmington, Dela., Nov'. 7. A
most interesting contest for the
United States Senatorship is being
waged here today, with the famous
Du Pont family feud to the front
The Republicans are trying o re-
elect United States Senator Henry
A. Du Pont. The Independent R-
publicans, as they call themselves
are striving to put in his place
Hiram R. Burton.
SThe Independent Republicans are
headed by Alfred I. Du Pont, ,.
:wishes not only to unseat his cousin
Senator Du Pont, but to eliminate
|the now powerful T. Coleman Du
Pont from Delaware affairs.
I It is a battle of multi-millionairea
in the tiniest state of the Union.
The Democratic candidate ii
Josiah O.Wbolcott and his friends
predict thq outcome of divided op
position to him 11ll be similar to thai
bf the 1912 residential contest.

MONTANA.
(International News Service)
Butte, Mont., Nov. 7,--Women are
voting here today for the first time
This introduces an unknown element
into a normally Democratic State
Miss Jeannette Rankin, leading wo.
man suffragist of the State, is run.
ning for Representative in Congress
at large with the backing of In.
dependents and Republicans.

NORTH DAKOTA.
(International News Service)
Bismarck, N. D., Nov. 7.-Althougl
the Farmers' None-Partisan League
stands officially neutral in the presi.
dental race this year, this powerful
organization is expected to make it
self felt in the returns, as its chief
officers are in many cases member:
of the Republican state commit
tee.


are the sort of men who should not MICHIGAN.
be merchants at all." I International News Service)
Now it is just possible that this Detroit, Mich., Nov. 7.-Henr;
smeegestion of interesting facts, Ford's name is before the voters to
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day as a candidate for United States
" Senator. His opponents are Senator
d Townsend, Republican, and Law-
- rence Prince, Democratic. Mr. Ford
e is down on the ballot as a Pro-
gressive.
d NEBRASKA.
(International News Service)
Omaha, Nebr., Nov. 7.-The races
for United States Senators and Rep-
Sresentatives in this state are con-
siderably complicated by the Pro-
hibition issue, which will be voted on
for the first time in twenty-five
years. Drys have said they would
"blackball" any candidate for Con-
gress who is a wet.
Senator Hitchcock, Democrat, is a
candidate for re-election against John
L. Kennedy, of this 'city. If Senator
Hitchcock wins, it will be the first
instance on record where any Sena-
tor has served a second successive
term from this state.

KENTUCKY.
L (International News Servicey
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 7. -The strug-
n gle over state offices in Kentucky
d is distracting attention from the
s Presidential race. The present Demo-
cratic State administration was elec-
Ste& last year by a majority of only
400, and the Republicans are work-
ing hard this year to turn the tab-
leg.

KANSAS.
(International News Service)
Troeka, ''.:a., Nov. 7--This is the
first. ar Kansas l ,ri. have had
I the full right of suftf;,s., carrying
t with it the privilege of voting: for
- President. The women'r votes al.,
an interesting unknown quantity.
, So sure of Kansas are the Republi.
cans that they have neglected l-re
somewhat and but eow sp w (hes by
national G. 0. P. leaders of note have
been delivered here.
MISSOURI.
(International News Service)
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 7.--The vote
h in, Missouri today is expected to be
the heaviest in history because of
c the interest in the statewide Prohibi-
tion proposition to be decided.

ILLINOIS.
(International News Service)
Chicago, Nov. 7.--Aili part- ){f the
u'O nitl.ry will watch Illinois t, night,
f for the largest woman vote ever
polled by any state will be recorded
s here today. The vote of the fair e:ex
'.is expected to reach half a million.
In Chicap'o alone 305 women are rec'-
istered.

WISCONSIN.
(International News Service)
Milwaukee, Nov. 7.-Both sides a l-
mit the margin of victory in this
state will be extremely small. Foa'
thousand Wisconsin guardsmen who
will vote on the border may deci!e
Sthe state's choice for President.
United States Senator Robert M.
LaFollette, running for another term,
has espoused many Wilson doctrines
- and sentiment is remarkably mixed.
OHIO.
, (International News Service)
e Columbus, Nov. 7.--How the Ger-
man vote will go is the centre of
e speculation in this State today. Ohio
o is one of the critical states of the
, Union.
s ,.tleo Pomerene, Democrat, has
a conducted a strong campaign for re-
electfdn against Myron T. Herrick,
s ec.Oiernor. The present Governor,
Frank B. Willis, Republican, is at-'
s tempting, to hold his office against
SJame M. Cox, Democrat, who was
- Governor in 191841915.

PENNSYLVANIA.
(International Newe Service)
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 7.-Interest
in the Hughes-Wlson contest in this
state is shared by the bitter fights
. over Congress seats. Six of Penn-
t sylvania's present thirty-six Repre-
. sentatives are Democrats.
'. MARYLAND.
s (International Newa Servicesi
. Baltimore, M'd., Nov. 7.-Prohibi-
t ', elections are almost over-shadow.-
ing interest in the presidential con-
test min Maryland today. Baltimore
and several other sections which are


h still wet have been rent by hotly
e contested battles over ousting the
. saloon. Impartial observers predict
1 the weft will win here by a small
- majority and lose in the counties out-
f side this city.

_ NEW YORK.
(International News iSrviter,
New York, Nov. 7.-Both sides
agree Wilson will carry New York
City today, While Hughes will bring

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SEASON 1916
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LADIES' CONTEST

AT THE BETHEL

A. M.E. CHURCH

There will be a ladies' contest at
Bethel A. M. E. Church, (colored),
on Wednesday evening, November 8,
1916, at 7:80 o'clock.
One half-hundred ladies of Bethel
are now engaged in the greatest fl-
dancial contest in the history of the
church, while 3 prizes-a Rogers'
silver set, a gold bracelet, and a silk
parasol are to be given to the per-
sons who raise the first, second and
third highest amounts over $3.00. Be
it known that these ladies are not
working simply for the prize, but are
actuated to work by a motive which
will give them a possession far more
lasting than any relic this world can
afford, and when each lady reports
on the evening of November 8th in
Bethel Church, she will have the ap-
proval of her own conscience-that
she did the Ihs't she could.
Contestants.
The following contestants, together
with the whole church, cordially in-
vite you to be present to witness
their report, enjoy the program below
!and to see who will be the successful
contestants:
Mrs. Mary P. Allen, Mrs. Alma J.
Allen, MI's. Jalena Bullard, Mrs.
Miary Blue, Miss Hannah Bosewick,
Miss Euturpy Boatfield, Mrs. Aquil-
la J. Brown, Mrs. Charlotte Baptiest,
Wiss Vergie Curry, Miss Lucy Coop-
ei, Mrs. Lula Chatman, Mrs. Flora
Curry, Mrs. Susan Cropper, Mrs.
Charlotte Clair, Miss Lydia Courb-
N trs. Henrietta Campbell,
Amelia Curry, Miss Virginia
Miss Ida Gary, MI's. Corn Ha'
Blanche S. Higgs, Miss Leno,
Mrs. Yule Kelly, Mr
I.)'we, M, /ctoeia
ACtharlotLe Mathews,
Mathews, Mi'-. Jar
Julia Mil go, M rs.
Miss Lucile Re
Roxborough, MiF
Sarah Roker,
Wrs. Erma Ro
uels, Miss Bu
Ellen Sands, A.
monatt, Ksas Eve
Lea 'Swoeting, 1V:
Miss Roeha Sumi
Sawyer, Mirs. T
Isabella Tomlin
Thomas, Mrs. Ph.
Mrs. Caroline Wrig
Each contestant m,
that night in person o:
report cash with solicitii.
cause the prizes will K
then.
Program.
Chorus-Douglass High School.
Invocation-The Rev. D. W. Dem,
Chorus-Douglass High School.
Introductory Remarks-Prof. T. R.
Reid.
Solo-Miss Mizpah Mearse.
Tribute to Ladies-Mr. J. A.
Curry. '
Reading-Miss Leoni Adams.
e Quartette-4J. A. Roxborough, Di-
rector.
Selection-Miss Irene Roberts.
Rehdition--,Miss Mildred Shavers.
Music-Douglass High School.
Prize Incentive--Prof. J. C. Etr1-
lish.
Report of Contestants in ortser of
above roll.
General Remarks-Prof. S. J. Wel-
ters.
Report of Committee.
Presentation First Prize-Miss A.
0. Leggett.
Presentation Second Prise-sMrs. T.
I. Kershaw,
Presentation. Third Prize--Mlss
Constantine Roberts.
Benediction-The Rev. J. J. Steel.
Committee.
Committee on Report-Dr. A. J.
Kseshaw, H. G. Campbell and E. M.
IBlbert...
SMis8 JLuqile Shacketford-Mistress
of Ceremonies.
J. B. Major-Cashier at Door.
S. J. Kemp-Ticket Collector.
T. E. DeBose-Paator_
Admission: 10 cents to all. Re-
freshments will be on sale.


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

FLAGLER SYSTEM In re Estate
Mary S. Ball
.TRAINS LEAVE KEY WEST NORTHBOUND To all Creditors, Legatees, Di
butees and all Persons having Cl
6:30 P. ;. ANU 6:15 A. M. DAILY or Demands against said Estate


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I u, anu eac o u yowt, are iere
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which you,
or either of you, may have against
the estate of Mary S. Ball, deceased,
late of Monroe County, Florida, to
the undersigned Egbert P. Ball ad-
ministrator of said Estate, within
two years from the date hereof.
Dated June 16th, 1915.
EGBERT P. BALL,
Administrator of the Estate of Mary
[ Ball.


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