STATES & CITIES: Off-Year Votes

Citizens of many a State and city went to the polls last week to record in off-year elections their respective sovereign wills. Most significant results:

New Jersey. A vigilance committee of 250 Democratic lawyers went to bawdy Camden to see that their party got full justice at the polls. Among 30 vigilantes who were arrested and cuffed were James A. and John E. Tumulty, nephews of President Wilson's private secretary. There were disorders in Jersey City, Weehawken, Atlantic City, Hoboken, Paterson. A harried judge of Common Pleas Court...

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