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INDUSTRIAL AND SOCIAL. 1. Take over business vitally essential to the existence and welfare of the people, such as banks, mines, oil wells, mills, factories, storage facilities, railroads, and administer them jointly with representatives of the workers, not for revenue or profit, but to secure just compensation and humane conditions for the workers and efficient and reasonably-priced service for the public.

2. Take over the business of insurance and provide for insurance against accident, sickness, invalidity, old age and unemployment, without contribution from the worker.

3. Have all state work done by the State.

4. Use State funds to provide for the erection of large numbers of dwelling houses, to be rented at cost.

5. Promote education by increasing the pay and consideration of teachers to that of a dignified profession, permit freedom of expression, maintain industrial training departments under labor union supervision, and offer a comprehensive program of after-work educational courses.

6. Encourage the farmer to raise sufficient foods to be sold at reasonable prices, by reducing the profits on agricultural implements, fertilizer and seed, insuring ade quate storing and distributing facilities, and accepting farm property as security for government loans.

7. Assist the workers to build their unions into the closest solidarity, so that they muy use their united class power for their immediate political and industrial advantage, and to emancipate themselves from wage-slavery.

8. Safeguard in every way the masses who toil against their exploiters.

THE SOCIALIST GOAL. The Socialist Party points out that the evils which the people suffer in Pennsylvania are similar to those in other states and nations, and that they will not be removed entirely until the world is carried for Socialism.

Socialism is that higher form of civilization wherein the means of subsistence pecessary to us all, which are now owned and operated by the capitalist class, shall belong to and be controlled by the people, so that there will not be antagonistic clusses and class struggles, so thut goods will be made for use and enjoyment instead of for private profit, so that labor will no longer be treated as a commodity, but instead shall be compensated as the creutor of human happiness.

We, the Socialist party of Pennsylvania, therefore reaffirm our loyalty and devotion to the principles of International Socialism, as set forth in the platform of the Socialist party of America, and pledge ourselves to work unceasingly to win the powers of government in order to close the reign of the money lords, and bring about the world-wide Socialist republic and the brotherhood of man.

ELECTION STATISTICS.

Date of Next Election for President.

By act of Congress, March 1, 1792, amended January 23, 1845, a upiform day of election for electors of President and Vice-President is fixed for all the States --being the Tuesday next after the first Monday in Noven.ber, every fourth year after a President has been elected. The next election for President occurs Tuesday, November 4, 1924.

*Congressional Elections—Dates of Next, in the Several States.

Alabama,
Arizona,
Arkansas,
California,
Colorado,
Connecticut,
Delaware,
Florida,
Georgia,
Idaho,
Illinois,
Indiana,
Iowa,
Kansas,
Kentucky.
Louisiana,
Maine,
Maryland,
Massachusetts,
Michigan,
Minnesota,
Mississippi,
Mirgogri,
Montana,
Nebraska,
Nevada,
New Hampshire,

Nov. 7, 1922 | New Jersey,
Nov. 7, 1922 New Mexico,
Nov. 7, 1922 Vevs York,
Nov. 7, 1922 North Carolina,
Nov. 7, 1922 Vorth Dakota,
Nov. 7, 1922 i Ohio,
Nov. 7, 1922 Oklahoma,
Nov. 7, 1922 | Oregon,
Nov. 7. 1922 l'ennsylvania,
Nov. 7, 1922 Rhode Island,
Nov. 7, 1922 South Carolina,
Nov. 7, 1922 South Dakota,
Nov. 7, 1922 Tennessee,
Nov. 7. 1922 Texas,
Nov: 7: 1922 Vermioni;
Sept. 11, 1922 Virginia,
Nov. 7, 1922 Washington,
Nov, 7, 1922 West Virginia,
Nov. 7. 1922 Wisconsin,
Nov. 7, 1922 Wyoming,
Nov. 7. 1922

Territories.
Nov. 7, 1922
Nov. 7, 1922 Alaska,
Nov, 7. 1922 Hawaii,
Nov. 7, 1922 Philippine Islands,
Nov. 7, 1922 l'orto Rico

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*By act of March 3, 1875, elertions of Representatives In Congress are required to be held on the Tursday next after the first Monday in November, 1876, and every second year thereafter. Subsequent sperial arts enable states whose constitutions fix a different date to elect earlier, until they amend their constitutions.

Dates of Next Elections in Pennsylvania for State and County

Officers.

OFFICES TO BE FILLED AT GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 1922. United States Senator (to succeed William E. Crow, appointed by Governor Sproul

on October 17, 1.921, vice Philander Chaise Knox. who diant October 12, 1921),

for the term of office expiring on the third day of March, 1923. United States Senator for the full term beginning the fourth day of March, 1923. United States Senator (to succeed Grorge Wharton Pepper, appointed by Governor

Sproul on January 10, 1922, vice Boies Penrose, who died December 31, 1921, for

the term of office expiring on the third day of March, 1927. Governor. Lieutenant-Governor. Secretary of Internal Affairs. One Judge of the Superior Coprt (to succeed Robert S. Gawthrop, appointed by

Governor Sproul April 12, 1922, vice John B. Head, who resigned April 12,

1922.) Congressmen. Senators from even-numbered districts; and to fill vacancies in the Twenty-seventh

and the Forty-fifth Districts. Members of the House of Representatives.

OFFICES TO BE FILLED AT MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 6, 1923. One Judge of the Superior Court (to succeed John J. Henderson, whose term expires

the first Monday of January, 1924). Judges of the Coorts of Common Plen and of Orphans' Courta, whose terms com

mence on the first Monday in January, 1924. County Officers, whose terms commence on the first Monday in January, 1924. City, Ward, Borough, Township and Fertion Division Officers, whose terms commence on tho irrt Monday in January, 1924.

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Alabama,
Arkansas,
California,
Connecticut,
Delaware,
Florida,
Georgia,
Mlinois,
Indiana,
Iowa,
Kentucky,
Louisiana,
Maine,
Maryland,
Massachusetts,
Michigan,
Minne ota,
Mis: issippi,
Mis ouri,
New Hampshire,
New Jer ey,
New York,
North Carolina,
Ohio,
Oregon,
Pennsylvania,
Rhode I land,
South Carolina, *
Tennessee,
Texas,
Vermont,
Virginia,
Wisconcin,

27,875 20.093 6,817 3,221 3.804 5,437 42,886 4,913 5.306 1,763 66,058 20,204

2,046 41,760 22,3:1

405

62 25.046 58,372

11,550) 169,216 115.509 55,111 25,651

67,379

281 108,190 71,762

62,811

2,294 106,533 88,480 22,069

26,633

5,966 34.: 72 65,057 11,920

38,215 28,338 276,607

24,195
48,521

422
24, 115
124.604
26,846
28, 126

35, 146 58,164 32,789 46,943 195.878

49,246 170,874

17,028 37.519 58,321 362,646

59.91 22.901 62,500 312,731

187,497

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Alabaina
Arkansas
Callfornir
Colorado.
Connecticut.
Delaware,
Florida,
Georgia,
Ulinois,
Indiana,
Iowa.
Kapsas,
Kentucky.
Louisiana,
Malne,
Maryland,
Massachuselts.
Michigan,
Minnesota,
Mississippi.
Missouri,
Nebraska,
Nevada,
Kew Hampsbire,
New Jersey,
New York,
North Carollna,
Obio,
Oregon,
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island,
South Carolina,
Tennessee,
Texas,
Vermont,
Virginia,
West Virginia.
Wisconsin,

70.86 72,086 90,272 74,444 68,280 102,002

2,2152 19,078 11,078 37,927 36,669 58,071 62,637 S, 14,592 54,078 64,020 40,71 79,269 76,464

14,154 18,310 44,592 12,200 66,990 47,861 50,638

45,872 50,034 61,934 8, liw 8,767 7.463 10,280 11,115! 10,205 10, 752 18,381

17,765 15,928 24,327 124,285 57,184 102.822 62,715 76,287 50,4401 130, USB 103, 156.150 250,293 199,113 241,248 184,770 278,232 258,601 160,422 180,250 176,552 166,980 188,144 163,437 207,471 213,526 8.175 49,696 150,399 74,640 131,233 71,134 171,326 112,121

2., 141 5691 31,047 14,019 67.045 32,970 78,322 37,902 37,100 64.301 *4,569 115,869 88,816 100,212 97,158 169,690 33,263 20,-.5

59,975

66, 466 75,135 170,508 88,114 46,992 70,426 42,396 61,422 29,087

86,800

49,823 40,153 32,739 30, 438 62,357 66,700 87,635 71,880 91,779 126,742 48,745 136, 4471 59,408 133,472 59,2W 150,003 108, 777 91,521 74,604 128,550 87,009 136,202 77,027 166,91 141,595 21 60 17,375 43,542 28,072 55,709 35,211 72,962 48,799

81,016 47,191 52,005 112,173 72,00 31,670 85,671 59,788 119,150 151,433 145,029 203,077

9,729 6,439 18,246 7,705 31,916 17,554 6,594 6,480 5,218

6,236
10,383

9,308 36, 400 32,871 38,191 31,224 87,168 31,425 41,539 38,509 10,723 A8,024

83,001 91,611 78,801 103,517 116,982 868,735 861,906 419,863 429,833 440,759 387,279 489,207 521,949

96,226 84,000 94,304 69, 474 108,419 125,427 265, 154 205,568 280,128 238, 700 281,852 244,321 | 330,698 323,182 9,888 8,457 10,061

11,125

11,820 7,746 15, 206 14,149 206,391 276,316 342, 280 313,382 349, 589 2:2,041 384,142 866, 158 14,349 8,778 12,903 6,548 13,6415 5,329

15,787 10,712 62,301

72,290 22,9013 91,786 90,896 68,757 26,321 83,655 94,391 89,566 133,166

47, 405 66,500 44,803 104,803 42.419 13,321 44,167 12,045

41,487 10,947 44,092 20,254

93,415 $1,440 95,558 139,670 25,152 10,438 29,025 20,306 32,2831 28,537 42,098 56,455 83,458 65,884 108,857 84,710 / 104,942 30,477

130,068'

123,927 2,223,035 1,811,754 3,013,188 2.703,670 3,579,693 2,842,505 4,048,248 | 4,299,898

9.826

8,413

80.121

45,237

Total.

Plurality.

411,281

809,516

787,188

251,846

Whole vote,"

4,034,789

6,716,858

6,457,214

$8,564,627

*In 1872 there was a scattering vote of 35,016, of which 29, 408 were cast for Charles O'Connor, "Democratir," and 6.608 for James Black, "Temperance.

The vote in Florida, as officially announced by the returning board, is given in the table. The Democrats claimed a majority for the Tilden electors in that State on the face of the returns.

The vote in Louisiana is given as announced_by the Wells returning board, and as it was accepted by the Electoral Commission. The McEnery returning board, after a canvass of the returns from all the countles of the State, gave Tilden, 83,723; Hayes, 77,174.

{In 1876 there was a scattering vote of 93,898, of which' 81,740 were cast for Peter Cooper, "Greenback;" 0,022 for Green Clay Smith, “Probibition," and 2,886 for other persons.

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1,435

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769 1.847 2,017 1.967 1,685

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2.820

762 2,494

64 72

188 12.016 3,028 1,472 4,861 3.139

185 10.849 8,293

26.356

16.341
1.693

120
3,994

578 24.392

753 3.583

Alabaina,
Arkansas,
California,
Colorado,
Connecticut,
Delaware,
Florida,
Georgia.
Mlipois,
Indiana,
Town
Kansas,
Kentucky,
Louisiana,
Maine,
Maryland.
Massachusetts,
Michigan.
Minnesota,
Mississippi,
Missouri,
Nebraska.
Nevada,
Vew Hampshire,
New Jersey,
New York,
North Carolina,
Ohio,
Oregon.
Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island,
South Carolina,
Tennessee,
Texas.
Vermont,
Virginia,
West Virginia,
Wisconsin,

Total,

2.143 2.89 9.825 18,403 4,684

66,178 41.661 80,348 27.450 67,073 14,150 23,654 52,648 318.037 232,164 183.904 121,620 104.550 87,994 74,039 70,515 16,205 185,190 93.903 34,054 153,567 04.979 8.732 14.852 120,555 555,544 115,878 275.048

20,619 444,718 18,195 5,07 137,877 57,845 45,0.3) 84.120

R.249 :14,397

19 986 32.327 19,710 11,498

439 4,408

818 4,548 34,795 3,267 5.797 35,045 3,853

90.487 60.489 80), 126 24.647 64,417 15,183 27,964 102,522 277,321 225.528 105.845

59,789 147.999 65,310 15,171 93,706 11.960 131,300 53.315 75.750 208.609 28.523

9,611 41,794 122,505 534,511 124,204 340,821

19.948 407,502

10.799 112.312 128, 191 156.228

18.181 127.976

57.57 114.634

92.973 72.927 89,288 27,603 67,182 16,976 31.769 $4,653 312.584 244.992 177,316

90,132 152.961 62.546 51.656 96.866 122,352 189,361 70.065 76,510 235,988 54,391

5,578 89.187 127,778 563.048 142.952 368,286

24.604 892,785 12,391 69.764 133,270 223.679

17.331 145,497

67.817 146.459

59.144 50.895 102,416 36,168 65,898 13,053 23,031 47,692 337, 411 1 238, 480 197.089 154,408 118, 122 46,347 71.716 85.748 146.724 192.669 111.685

43,509 202,929 76.903

7,193 43.250 123,366 562.001 125,068 400.082

26.860 473,804 19.030 21.733 124.090 91,701 89.514 139.356,

63.000 161,157

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666 5.916 27.405 1,212

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*Includes scattering vote of 13,565, of which 10,305 were cast for Neal Dow, "Prohibition"; 707 for John W. Phelps, "American," and 989 for other persons.

fIncludes scattering vote of 11,862.

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