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BAD DAY FOR BOSSES THROUGHOUT COUNTRY;
'LOCAL AND GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS
Tuesday's' election showed a
popular uprising against political
Both Roger Sullivan-and Lon
inefr were beaten in Chicago.
jnachinevas smashed in Philadel
phia. The George- B. Cox machine,
supported by .President Taft, lost
to the bitterest 'opponent in Cin-!
- Senators Lodge and Crane met
"defeat in Massachusetts.
"Bosses" "Murphy, Cassidy and
McCooey, of "Greater New York,,
either were beaten 'of fwon by such
narrow margins as greatly to re
duce their power;
George W. Aldridge, Rochester.,
"boss," won his fight. ' i
THE PEOPLE WIN IN OHIO
Ohio yesterday elected dele
gates to a constitutional conven
tion which will make 'a new con- "
Over half jof the delegates elect
ed signed pledges to put the ini
tiative, referendum" and recall -in
the new constitution. - "-
Of the 120 delegatespl 00; pub
licly declared for the initiative
and referendum. ' ,
The fight was led by the pro--'
gressives of the state! without re--
gafd to party, and was a complete-
progressive victory. .
Brand ,Wmtlock, "Independent,
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