t " THE ALTOONA MIRROR-TUESDAY. NOVEMBER .5, NEW YORK CITY GOES TO POLLS By SANDOU S. KI.KtN. Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK, Nov. 5.—The quadrennial task of selecting a mayor faced New York voters today. Choice of four major candidate* was presented. Two ot them, James J. Walker, Democrat ineumnenf, ami Fiorella .La Ouardlu, Repuhlicnn- Fuaion, have already tasted pollticnl victory. The other two, Norman Thomas, Socialist, and Rlchnrd E. Enright," Square Deal, are hopeful of making this election their initial success. Holding office is no new utilisation to Mayor Walker. He served several terms in the state assembly and senate beCore he was chosen to head tho city administration. La Guardla la a congressman. He also served as president of the board of alderman when that position was left vacant by the election of Alfred B. Smith as governor. Thomas lias had considerable political experience, having been a candidate for many important, elective. o£- flces, Including the presidency of the United States, but. has never been successful. . Bnrlght is rtinniiiR for office for tho first time, although he has been a figure In civic politics. He served many years us police commissioner. There was littlu doubt, us the voting machines clicked off more than a million Votes that the morrow would find either Mayor Walker or La Guordla the winner, and tho betting heavily favored Walker. Little chance was conceded by even the most hopeful for either Thomas or Enrlghf. Tho Democrats, backed ol course, by tho highly-geared Tammany machine, were not In tho least backward about predicting victory for tlicir candidates. Conservatively, the Democrats say Walker will retain otTluo by more than 500,000 votes. He gained the office four years ago by a plurality of more than 400,000. The Rcpubiic.an-Ftislonists estimated that La Guardla would bo elected by at least 150,000 plurality. Neither Thomas nor Enrlght made any predictions, but both candidates made a desperate bid for votes right up to the deadline. Of the two, nonpartisan observers and even members of the t*o major parties, believe Thomas will poll the heavier yoto. The Walker forces claim victory on the mayors record. They cite his defense of tho 0-cent fare, tho urux of many political battles of the past. The chief planks in tho Democratic platform aro further extension of the city's transit system; decrease of tho basic tax rate, and construction ot new highways and Inlerbor- ough bridges and tunnels. La Ouardia has waged a vituperative campaign. Ho charged tho present administration with being corrupt from tho mayor down to the City hall doorman. Ho alleged that the Walker regime was affiliated in various ways with Arnold Kothstein, murdered gambler, and henco hindered the Investigation Into his slaying. The major planks' In La Guardla's plat- .forrn are the abolition of graft; reorganization of the city government on a more economical basis; adoption of a now housing program and unification of the transit lines. Thomas frankly admitted he could think of no "snappy slogan" for his campaign. Ho said there was no paramount issue except to make New York, city "a decent and beautiful place to live in," Hla campaign was comparatively free of what both Walker and La Guardia called "mud- sllnglng." The Spuare Deal candidate was even more pointed than La Guardla in his charges of 1 corruption against the Walker administration. Bnrlght charged Walker with borrowing money from Sidney J. Solomon, lessee of the Judge and Widowed Daughter Fifty-eight years Ago Akron, O., Was selected as the Site for the first rubber factory went of the Allegheny mountains, and it now has the largest rubber industries in the world. uBC H. H. Hamilton of Amnrlllo. Texas, now on trial at Weatherford, Tex., for HID killing o« hl» non-ln-lnw, Tom Walton, ID pictured above with Theresa Hnmlllon, left, youthful bride of the slain man, and Mary Onll Hamilton, another daughter. Judge Hamilton declares he killed Walton after tho youth had threatened his life. Walton married Mliis Hamilton secretly while both were students at Texas university. Got a cold? use nto.u.s.pAT.orr. latest scientific discovery Casino In Central park, for a night club. The former police commissioner alleged, among other things, that Tammany had aided racketeers in their illegal liquor operations. A close light was predicted for the office of district attorney. Judge Thomas C. T. Grain is the Democratic choice, while Frederic R. Coudert, jr., of a social register family, Is the Republican-Fusion selection. Both have largo fallowings. Candidates for other of/Ices are; for comptroller—Charles W. Berry, D.; Harold G. Aron, R.; for president of tho board of aldermen—Joseph V. McKee, D.; Bird K. Color, R.; sheriff- Thomas M. Farley, D.; Israel L. Feinberg, R. Herbster's back was sprained. The Herbster family lives at Burham. A machine driven by David Penrose of Curwensvlllo followed Herbster's. Penrose tried to pass Herbster Just as a car driven by C. T>. Preston of Wllllamsport came into view from the opposite direction. Penrose dropped back into line behind Herbster, but Preston, fearing a' collision, drove off tho highway. His machine skidded and crashed into the other cars. MADE give yourself a Mistol treatment and by tomorrow you'll feel much better. A little Mistol opens up passages, e»se« stu ft lness» soothe* a lore throat. Carry Mistol with you and atop all colds. Doctors use It. Your druggist has it. BV THE MAKERS OF NUJOL New Fhe 1810 SCKEEN OIUD RADIO J. E. Spence Electric Store Authorlced Dealers 12th Avc. NEWS FROM CENTRE AND CLEARFIELD COUNTIES PHIL1PSBURG—The Ashcroft floral aliop here won exceptional honors at the floral show held at Clearlleld last week by tho Wholesale and Retail Florists' association of tho northern Pennsylvania region. Mrs. Hai'ry Ashcroft, owner of the shop, exhibited three special baskets of cut flowers.' The judges found them so good that they gave her first, second and third prizes. The awards were made over scores of other entries. CLEARFIELD.—When tho car in which they were riding left the highway and dropped into a deep ditch between Woodland and Blgler, three girls, Helen Skusa, 18, o£ Munson; i.iinniu jeintos, 18, of Morrlsdale, and Mary Hurtak, 25, of Hawk Run, were severely injured. They were brought to the hospital here. The accident happened lata Sunday night. The driver o£ tho machine, Joe Medzla Morrlsdale, was uninjured. ' OSCEOLA MILLS.—A. M. Herbater and hl« wife were painfully injurec and their three children received scratches and bruises in a motoring collision near Sandy Ridge on Sunday The injured were given attention a tho office of Dr. G. A. Ricketts here Mr. Herbster, thrown from tho car, BUS taincd a bad cut on tho shoulder and dislocation of the shoulder bone. Mrs Headquarters for Eveready Layerbilt Batteries GEO. MEYERS HAUDWAKK & IIA BIO CO. 1B07 4th St. Ihirttc. EXCLUSIVE FOOTWEAR Mf HOSIERY Hundred Eleventh Avenue PA klevan bros. suburban day news! French heel chiffon hosiery 1.15 In 12 Smart, Colors Mules and D'Orsay Boudoir Slippers 3.50 $5 and $6 Grades. A Special Suburban Day Event Women s Smart Footwear 5 .00 A collection of small groups—broken lots—odd pairs from our regular stock —because of the uncertain size range we suggest early rnorning shopping. All Sales Are Final. No Charges. No C. O. Vs. No Mail Orders. 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Only Kmr Battariti. Wednesday A Harvest o£ _ Compare Prices, Quality C* Values Women's and Misses' DRESSES EVERY WOMAN WILL MARVEL AT THESE SAVINGS Lavishly FUR TRIMMED At Record Breaking Low Prices, Made to Sell From $14.50 to $59.50, In four Big Groups Alterations Free of Chute Brand new richly fur-trimmed dress and sport c o;a t.s! S t unning new styles! Various smart interpretations of the flared mode or straight- lined models with Surprisingly Low Priced $7 .SO 1 Values clever team wo The most dependable fabrics used in fashion-rig h t colors. 'Sizes for Jun-> tors, Misses. Women and Stylish Stout Women. $1230 Values New lilhonettei, drapes, straighttinet, jacket and tuck-in stylet, deTeloped of Flat Crepes, Canton Crepes, Satini, Prints and Velvets, in,all the new Fall shades. Sizes for Juniors, Misses and Women. On Sale Wednesday! NEW HATS For Women and Misses 9 Felts and Velvets! l- 97 A newly arrived purchase of charmingly styled hats expressing the mode of the hour! With plenty of large head sizes in the lot. $3.50 values Special Offering of Girls' CHINCHILLA COAT SETS The most practical wear for girls between 6 to 14 years. Regular $10.95 value. For Tots! 700 New COAT and HAT Sets SIZES 1 TO 6 TTBABS to $0.95 Made of chinchilla, velveteen, broadcloth and flannel In Immense variety of styles and.col- CHINCHILLA COATS For tots—from 1 to 3 years. White, pink, blue and buff. 83.00 value. Girls' New Dressese Of wool flannel—jersey tweeds and velvets. Sizes 3 to 14. Begulariy K5.00. ^ ^^^F Mothers! Look At These Savings In Boys' Wear! Boys' All Wool Dress 4-Pc* Suits Up to $12.50 Values W TOAAet ot fine all wool materials with 2 pair of lined golf knickers. Sizes 6 to 17. A Special Lot of Boys' 3.95 Girls' Wool Skirts$^87 Box or Butterfly Pleats—S To 14 THREE BIG SPECIALS IN BOYS' Overcoats $5 Values $!</ Values $15 Values $ 2 J9 $ 5.95 $ 8.95 In AH Sizes From S' To 18 Tears Boys' AH Wool JERSEY SUITS In blue, tan, torn nf\ green and $^»lv red. Sizes to 6. l: SAMPLE LOT OF UP TO $1.69 RAYON SILK Underwear iC Gowns, Slips, Step- ins, Chemise, Bloom en, Panties and Combination Suits in all the pretty lingerie shades. All sizes. Regular $1.95 All Silk 40 Inch CREPE SATIN $< 39 In Spanish vine navy and black. Very special. 1 The Yard ' 36 Inch $1.95 Grade Silk Lining Brocade $f 1,9 Lovely brocade designs In S colors Tomorrow at 1 The Yard KAYSER'S FULL FASHIONED PURE SILK, SLIPPER HEEL HOSE $« 33 In all colors and all •lies. j> tt i r Women'* 59c Reinforced UJ%C1? AH Sixes n%J9J* All Colors SAYINGS IN FURNISHINGS Men's Ribbed or Fleeced Mens KIDDea or rieecea ^^ ^ m . UNION SUITS AC fine combed yurn In ecrue and jf 1^^ Of random colors. Men's $1.75 Flannelette PAJAMAS Of Amobkeag fllannelette, neatly trimmed In all sizes. __^_ 1 Men's New Fancy Of Sllk und Beautiful novelty designs In all colors and sizes. 39 Boys' Blouses G. G. makes of fast color shirtings, novel patterns. Sizes 6 to 16 years. 5T 600 Pairi of Women's "Kayser" Chamois Gloves Special, the Pair 95c All Cuff Styles All Sizes Women's to $1.50 Sample Neckwear Vestees, collar and cu0 sets, Berthas and Jabots. Special 59 Basement Specials SB-In. 23o 1'ast Color English Prints, the Yard pu-ln. $1.00 Grade Bun Vast }iayon Drapery, Vard 42x36 Bleached Pillow Cases. Ztk! value Women's $1.59 Hoover Dresses Woraen'i $1.00 HOUSE DRESSES ALTOONASlOW PRICE LEADERS Gunr.tuteed lust vol- urs. lleijulur and extra U6B.
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