NOTES: In New York City

The polls opened and the polls closed, and New York City had chosen the candidates from which she will pick her next mayor. The great event of the primaries was the excision of Mayor John F. Hylan, who long has held sway over Manhattan under the aegis of Tammany and with the support of his friend, Mr. William Randolph Hearst.

Mr. Hearst as a politician has not been notoriously successful. His father, who went West in 1850, made a few millions in mining and became a Senator...

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