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tfiiMi only* eighty"-one two year*
Wail* the Bull Moose waa enable
t^te aere it* way into office, or to de
? tar see* the Democratic majority, yet It
fit, a fact that the Republican vote was
9??ry nearly spilt between the two par
proes. indeed, far from reducing the
fjlinuirrallr liuiality or majority, tbe
; fact that the Progressives took away
' crom the I Republican ranks several
? thousands of votes trill make (lover*
' ?vor W tlson's majority set almost a
high-water mark in Virginia politics.
It had been generally conceded that
Governor Wilson would poll a large
I vote_in the State, but the fact that
in many sections he ran far ahead of
, tbe congressional nominees came as a
distinct and satisfying surprise to his
? local campaign managers. It waa a:
fgreat Victory for the Democracy ofj
*the Old Dominion, withstanding., as Itj
did. tbe attach of tbe new Progree-j
sives skid the onslaughts of the old
? line Republicans. ]
Bailers Thrown Oat.
- Reports from alt sections of the I
I Stats say that thousands of ballots,
I were tHrow.-i out because of being i
$ sparked incorrectly. The length of the I
t ballot, the multiplicity of names ap-j
I peering and the great care needed to]
f record a vote correctly likewise keptj
I many from the polls. Not only thai
I leas intelligent suffered, but many whoj
I occupy prominent positions lost their
J votes because of the complexity of the
Of the three amendments offered be?
t?re the people, that providing for a
oommlaaion form of government for
cities desiring a change in the present
administration of municipal affairs was
the most pcpular. while all three seem
! ha have been carried by big majori?
There was apparently little intereat
In the amendments, and from nearly
every county there came the report
that the election officials would make
. no effort last night to determine what
I the vote on these were. It preTsabiy
E will be several days before the exact
Agares are known, though it is not
regarded as it all probable that late
returns -Will cause any appreciable
change In the apparent result, that
all have been adopted. l<
Hay Oslly Re-Elected.
Representative James Hay, chairman!
Of the Committee on Military Affairs!
In the House, was easily re-elected
aver George N. Barman. Republican,
and Dr. Garrison, Socialist. The Re?
publican split in Rockingham is still
disastrous to that party.
E. J. McCulloch. the Progressive who
opposed Representative IL D. Flood,
did not rec-ilve even an ordinary Re?
E- E. Holland is re-elerted in .the
Second over N*. T. Green, who was re
Notc this sturdy
too. A leader
in men's shoes.
$4 to $6
Lewis A. Crossett,
Tbe meet modern and up-to-date
Ftreprofif Storage laBaaaBJ in the
Sent*: as sits far snWer sad other
goads iiet oar eeti
IktimmmivmVEBOARD ELECTED YESTERDAY
PR FSIDF.NITI AL VOTE IN RICHMOND CITY
A anted nM?
Far raaiaifteolaa f?iii*afit
Arxalaat Maalutoa o;evereae#>B
For r?atatiaaloarr R>TW*t. .
ASTatnat C oauadMloa*r Baaweswe
crulted from Democratic ranks .to lead
the forces cut of Armageddon. Evident
ly. as has been predicted, the Kepu li.
cans of the Norfolk District voted for
In the Third District, former Gover?
nor A. J. Montague receives a full
Democratic vote. The Republicans had
no candidate, and did not even vote
for the Socialists.
Bowling Green?The rote was as
follows: Wilson, 55: Taft. 5; Roosevelt,
7. Amendments, No. 117. for 43; against!
IS; Nos. 11? and ISO, for 43; against 26.
Bowling Greea Returns from Caro?
line County, with one precinct to hear;
from, gives Taft, 135; Roosevelt. 126;j
Wilson, 577; Jones. 674. For amend?
ment, carried by 125 majority.
Tspeassnaseh The vote in Essex'
County to-day was sa fallows: Wilson.
IBS; Taft. 72; Roosevelt, 11. For Con- j
gress. Jones, 317; Coleman. 14. In this'
precinct the vote on amendments wes '
ss follows: No. 117, for 4?, against 2;;
So. 11?. for 70, against 4; No. 120, fori
50, against 4. i
HaaaptoB? Kl.zabeta City County!
complete gives Wilson. 700; Taft, 56;
Roosevelt. It; Debs: ?. For Congress,
Jones. 903. Coleman. 38; Kinder. 26-?
Vote on amendments. No. 117. for 647.:
against 170; No. 119, for 574. against j
Zl. No. 120. tor 618. against 181.
King and Queen.
Klag eng Sjsaaas The vote in this'
? ounty to-day was as follows: Wilson.
3irv Taft. 76: Roosevelt. 55. Returns
on Ike amendments are not available. I
Lancaster With one p'eclaot to ,
hear from. Lancaster County gives
Wi.son. 450: Taft. 63: Roosevelt, 15.
For Congressman. Jones ran chead of
the ticket. His majority in Lancaster.
Csenfy will be at least 400. The
amendments carried l<y a large ma-j
A rasas* The total vote of Middle?
sex to-day wss as follows: Wilson. 376;
Tuft |SS; Roosevelt. tX Vote on
amendments as heard from: Urbanna,
So. 117. for 31. against S; No. lit. for
IS, against 5. Bs 120. for 1*. against
? Saluds. No. II?, for 19. against 4; No.
Ilk for 1?. against 8. Net 12?. for
lv. against f. I
fceJaea?Tbe total rate of Middlesex
C<> :nt> to-dsy was a* fo'.'ows: Wilsen.
."?7 4. Taft. 120: Roosevelt. 22. For Cen
gresi. Jone?. 374; Colemsn. 51. Vote
on .amendments. No 117. for 11?.
asair.jt IT; No 119. fcr 97. against 5t:
No 12?. .'or 97. against 21.
Tert Hayvreod?The res-It la
Mathe?? va' as f.,K-.w?. Wilson. Itf:
Taft. 49 MeBsBOJeSt, 23.
I'eataa^llle?-T..^ complete vote Of
Northumberland le-Osy was ss fel?
low ? Wilson. 471 velt. 52: Taft,
12. lee be. 4. For Csfsgreas. Jones, 421;
? oieman. tz. Eeader, Amendments,
8*e lit, for 12*. ?samst 13. No. II?.
lee IH sBBSBBl kB; Ni 12? for 17?.
Harrte tstses Tork Csesnty complete
eivee WiUnn. Sil: Taft. Rc^ewvatt,
26 For Congrees. Jones fSS; Kinder.
4 OaSsaBBkj 21 Vote or. amendments,
J8o. 11" for l?t. against 2?. Ne. 11?. for
HI against 4?
?IseaeaWn Th 1 > rouaty. with eae
r-e'ii'-t 1a h?s- trmn. gives Wiisea,
??T: Taft. 7?. Rw. velt, 52 For Cea
gress Jeres. i There are no -et urns
at ailable en amendments
*?*"av or ;. returns for Ner
folk eWy B ilsen. 2.6JS. Rees? velt. 54*8.
Taft. .?2 For Ceegrtsa Holland. ?.
???. T T Ores*. Prngree.: ve. 5,41. fee
2.411. against - 432; for commissioners
Of revenue 2.140. against 644; for treas?
urers 2.188. against 829.
No returns were obtainable from ,
three precincts on the proposed con- i
stltutlonal amendments. Probably - t*ie '
largest crowd ever seen downtown on I
election night cheered the ? announce- '
ment of Governor Wilson's victory.,
Boys and men marched through the j
street, singing and Cheering. The vote <
oast for the Progressive candidate for j
Congress was the surprise of tbe day.:
It was expected he would receive a |
full, large vote.
.Norfolk?CompWe returns from Nor- j
folk'i?ounty, with two remote precincts'
missing, are as follows: Wilson.:
1.250: Roosevelt. 295; Taft, 343- Con-:
gressional ticket. e. E. Holland. Demo-!
erat, 1.441: N. T. Green. Progressive.)
11J. .. '. ... . .? .
Nine of the seventeen precincts gave!
majorities for the three proposed con?
stitutional amendments as foliqwJ:'
Commission government, 5C5: corrmis
sioners of revenue. 5C4: city treasurer,]
C hester-flel??The returns trom
Stroud Precinct are as follows: Wil?
son. 30: Taft. 6; Rooaeveit. 'S; Debs. 1.
For Congress. Montague. 36. Muller, 1,
Height. 2. Amendment. No. 117. for
39, against 1. Amendments Nos. 118
and 120. for 2. against 25.
Oak Grove?The vote was ss fol?
lows: Wilsen. 42; Taft. 2; Roosevelt.
S: Pf bs. 2. For Congress, Montague.
St: Kaight. 1. Amendments?No. 117,
for 40. against 9; Xos. 119 and 130. for
32. againat 13.
M idiot raten?The vote was as follows:
Wiison. 40; Taft. 1; Roosevelt. 1. For
Congress, Montague. 41: MuHer. 1. j
Amendments No. 117. for 17; against'
15: Nos. 119 and 120. for 14: against 23.;
Bee Air?The vote at Bon Air was as
follows: Wilson. 4!; Taft, 7; Roosevelt.
2. For Congress. Montague. 47; Height,
2. Amendment No. 117. for 40. against
9: No. 119. for 29 against 20; No. 120.
for 20. against 29.
Skis Quarter?The vote was as fol?
lows: Wilson. 36 JVaft. 2; Roosevelt.
1. For Congress. Montague. 50.
Win trrpork.?T h e vote: Wilson, 41:
Taft, 4: Roosevelt. 7. For Congress,
Cheater?The vote was as follows:'
Wilson. 42: Roosevelt ?; Taft. $. For,
Congress: Montague. 49; Muller. 1.
Amendments: No. 117, for. IS; against.
,9. No. 119. for. 11: against, 30. Noil
?30, for. 13; against, 21.
Chester Sets Coaarthsoae The .vote
was as follows: Wilson S2; Roose?
velt. 12; Taft, 4. For Congress: Mont?
ague, 6">; Haight. 1: Mulle;-, 1. Amend?
ments: No. 117. for, 53; against. 2.
Nos. 119 and 120, for. 53; against, 9..
Beach?The vote follows: Wilson
f2; T&ft. 1: Roosevelt. 1. No other
Joan Preelnet?The vote was as fol?
low*: Wilson. 41; Roosevslt. 3; Taft.
2; ChSBsV 1. For Congress, Montague.
48: Haight. 1. Amendments. Nos. 117.
119 and 120. for 6: against 2.
WINNER OF THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE
Cary?The vote Ml aa follow*. W1U
?on. 21; Taft. 6: Roosevelt. 2. beb?. X.
West Point?The vote in the oouncy.
with one precinct missing, to-day was
as follows: Wilson. 361; Roosevelt, ftjj
Taft, 54. At West Point Pre of net the;
vote on amendment* was as follows. ;
No. 117. for 4?. against 32. No. 11?.
for 42. against 63. No. 120. for OS. |
King Wlllfeas The .vote In the coun?
ty to-day. with five out ? f six precincts I
heard from, was as follows: Wilson,
261; Roosevelt. 72; Taft, 54. For Con-;
gress, Montague, 341.
Ktna Mills?The vote in King Wll-!
liaro County to-day was ss follows: J
Wilson. ?14; Roosevelt. 63; Taft. 65.
For Congress. Montague, 373.
?sintern?The vote was: Wilson. 27;
Roosevelt. 13; Taft, 5. For Congress.
Taller*vllle>?Tbe vote here to-day
was as follows; Wilson, 30; Roose?
velt. 8. Taft, 6. For Congress, Monta?
Mew Kent O*?tasasn The vote was
as follows: Wilson, 31; Roosevelt, 4;
Taft. S- For Congress. Montague, 41.
amrhsMsyfalt The vote was as fol?
lows: Wilson. 48: Roosevelt. 13: Taft,
3. For Congress. Montagus. 64: Halght,
The total vote of Hanover
County to-day was as follows: Wilson,
fag; Taft, 87; Rooaovc-lt. 62: Dftbs. 4: I
Chafln. 2. For Congress: Montagu*. .
633; Halght. 4. Vote on amendments: '
No. 117?For. 2?2: against. 81. Nos- i
11? and 130?For, 214: against. 147.
Pt*M*saa*s The total vote of Pe- j
tersburg to-day was as fallows: Wil- j
bob, 1474; Taft. 7C; Roosevelt, 44: Deb*. ,
1; Chafir.. L For Con^.-es--. Watson. ?
1.1(7; Herzig. 11. Vote on amend- '
mentt. No. 11T. for 1.078. against 131.
No. 11?. for 814. against 415, No. 124. :
for 75?. against 422.
JslajBi lile?TL ?- vote was. Wilson.
34; Booeevelt. i: Taft, 5. For Con?
gress: Watson. 35. Amendments: No*
117. 11? and 120. for. 7: against. 1?.
Post* a vllle?The vote: Wilson, Zi.
Rooeevalt, I; Tafi. 2 For Congress:
rsSarvnte?Tn? vote: Wilson. 3?;
Taft. 2. For Congress: Watson. 40.i
ts: for all. 6: against. 24.
?The vote: Wil
?1; Taft, 1?; Roosevelt. 13; Cha
X for Congress: Watson, 99:
?. Amendments: No. 117. far,
42. No. lit, for. 34;
?7. No. 120. for. 32; against.
>The vote in Dlnwlddie
to-day was ss follows Wilson. 463;
Taft, ?7; Roosevelt, 71. For Congress.
(23: Heretg. 19.
Beomaiete returns of
irg give Wilson. 507. Taft. 75. j
47. For Congress. Watson, j
Herzig. 3?. Majority for the ?
its, 34? \
il to The Titnss-Dlspatea.1
??After aa election day
by aa unrelenting *ad de
effort t* see that every .
cast his aallot. the city
_ authorities of the city rest?
ed] fro** their Uber* and read re tares
' T5Ve Wilson e plurality of ??? ta
JE ward* of Danville, and relied
a Btarality fee R??T*s?nt*tlv*
llasl sl LOST, more than ha* bee* 1
Tk* vat* eo the three N-jatitk-ui
contest being too one
?unoreos of people gathered at the
shown when WUson we* declared wia
StK T*?" *?? ?Jmcst compute returns.
Chnrlotts County vote: Wlisoa/ ?77.
Taft, 109; Roosevslt. 114. Saunders-s
majority. ltd. ^wrr'
from eleven out of twelve precincts i
the county was as follows: Wilson.
i?7; Taft, lot; Roosevelt, 114. for
fff*?'- ^????ers. 4?2; Hamner,
- -?-The vote l.i KeysvHie
FroetBot was as follows: Wilson. ?g:
Roosevelt, 8; Taft. 1?, For Coi.gres?,
Judge Saunders. 7?; Hamner. ?7.
--^?--The vote in Scottabi r ,
waa as follows: Wilson. It. Taft. v,.
For Congress, judge Saunders, I??
I Hamner. li. Amendment No. 117. for
??. against I; amendments Nos. 1!?
land 120. for 74. against 8.
Maitis* Ulli Twelve out of fifteen
precincts la Henry County give WIN
son. ?41: Taft. 217; Roosevelt. S29.
i Eleven out of fifteen precincts give
Saunders. for Congress, ?12; Hamner,
3?3. Saunders carries the county by
ovsr 800 majority. The* rote on the
amendments was light and oannot be
I ascertained from county precinct*. The
vote in Martineviiie was. on No. 117.
for 184. against <?; No. 11?, for 183.
against ffi; No. ISO. for 205. against CS.
Paavttia With thirteen out of fif?
teen precincts heard from, the vote to?
day was as follows: Wilson, ?88: Taft,
?11; Roosevelt. S3*. For Cong.-ets.
Bounders. ??7; Hamner, ?04. Amend?
ments wsrs disregarded In most of the
Lyme*barg Lynchburg gar* Wilson
a plurality of l.act vote* In a total
I of 3.180 In the election to-day. Roose?
velt running eeoond in the city, having
1107 mere votes than Taft.
Congressman Carter Glass, standing
for re-election, led the ticket with a
plurality of 1.44?. Toder. Socialist, be?
ing second. Toder seems to have re*
eelved a saaall party vote, many ne?
groes voting for him.
The constitutional amendments were
approved by more than t to 1. The
voting was slow, some voters being
in line when the polls closed, this,
; however, being due to alow work of she
I election officials. Three ballot boxes
1 were maintained at all the precincts.
The detail vote: For President Wil
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