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Hampton Phoebus and Eliza?
beth City Give Overwhelming
Majority With Light Vote.
JAMES TRIPLES VOTE
POLLED BY LOCKE
Walter E. Owen. Candidate for Ser
geant, Leads Ticket in Hampton,
While Houston Gets Big Vote All
Over County?Patrick is the Tress
urer.
Althuigh only about one-half of
thai total legist, nd voters cast their
ballots in the election yesterday.
Kll/.abeth City county. Haui;>toti and
l'hoi I us gave .Indue Manji and the
? ifire Democratic ticket an over?
whelming victory vote. The day pass?
ed quietly and the voting was not
brisk at any time during the day, al?
though the workers around the polls
did their best to k+ep up interest.
i-i Hampton the voters had to elect
a city sergear.f and city treasurer,
but as none of the candidates had
opposition even the local issue did
not safflce to bring cut the total reg?
istered vote in the city. There are about
Sti :cgistered voteis in Hampton and
only pit; of that nt tuber took advan?
tage if the voting privilege yesterday.
Judge Mann and the entire ticket
liad an easy victory in every pre
V net.
The Total Vote.
Total vote .7S6 j
For Governor.
Mann. 578 j
Kent .i93
Minn's majority .365
For Lieutenant-Governor.
IClly son.(-17
Lincoln .185
Kllyson's majority. 482
For Attorney General.
Williams. 573
Rivercombe. 172
Wi'liamr.' majority .401
For Secretary of Comonwealth.
James.468
Locke. 196
Jam*s' majority .272
For Treasurer.
liarman.552
Crupper.154
Harman's majority .398
For Supt. of Public Instruction.
Kggleston.?61
Prent.148
Eggleston's majority.513
For Commissoner of Agriculture.
Koiner .645
Frankel & Eisentnan
WE
Are too busy to talk much?the
best we can say of our
CLOTHES
Come in
and get
A Look!
and see if you don't idink like
we do that our Overcoats and!
Suits are the nobbiest and most
up to date in this section. Lots
of new arrivals a'l the week.
Drop in and have a look around
?Suits and Overcoats, from
*10 to $30.
DENT'S GLOVES. MARK
CROSS GLOVES. HOWARD
HATS. FINE WOOL SWEAT
ERS.
BEST LINE OF SHOES IN
THE CITV.
FRANKEL S
EISEN MAN
M W. yl'KKS STREET
Hsmpton. V?.
"The - store in the ety."
MPTOI
llr:
Hampton * Beat Store.
A SPECIAL SHOWING OF
Untrlmm?d
Fur Hats
In the most favored shape*
and newest models; Fur Hats
Jusi now are very popular, and
you 'will find our prices very
moderate,
$2.50 to $15.00
More
Beaver Hats
to show today. Another ship?
ment reached ua yesterday.
Have you been told that Heaver
Hats are scarce? they are?
most everywhere, but not with
us You will likely find Here
just the shape you want,
$5.00 to $10.00
i
Robson .H?
Koiiier's majority .400
Hon. Harry R. Houston, who was I
?looted to the legislature without op?
position, received nearly every vote|
cast in the county, while City- Ser?
geant Walter E. Owen got 401 out |
cf the 4n6 votis polled in Hampton,
and Mr. A. A. P'rlck, fcr city treas?
urer, received :19*>. Mr. Owen led
the ticket in the city.
Vote by Precinicts.
The complete vote by preciucts is
^iven below:
Phoebus Precinct.
Mann .86
Kent .60
Kllyson.M
Lincoln .48
Williams.!??
Rivetccinbe .."?4
.lames.71
l.ocke.69
Hartnati.89
Crupper .46
Kgileston .96
Hreut.40
Krin?r.86
Robson .46
Houston.167
Total vote ., .171
Mallots thrown cut . 4
Back River Precinct.
Mann .26
Kent . 8
Kllyson .26
Linecln .?. 8
Williams .26
Riverrombe. S
.lames .26
I?cke . 9
Harman .26
Crupper. 9
Eggleston .26
Rrent . 9
Kolner.26
Kopsen . 8
Houston . X"
Total vote.36
Mall? ts thrown out . 1
East Hampton Precinct.
Mann _-.30
Kent.2V
Kllyson.a ... 30
Lincrln .20
Williams. ... 30
Lincoln .20
.Tames.30
I?cke.19
Harman.30
Crupper .20
Eggleston .39
Rrfnt.13
Kotner.39
Robson.13
Houston.52
Total vote _ .52
Fox Hill Precinct.
Mann .44
Kent. .. s
KUyson.46
Lincoln . 4
Williams.46
Rlvcrcomhe.t. 5
James.45
Ix)cke. S
Harman.46
Crupper. S
Egale?ton .4?
Prent. S
Kotier.47
Rnb?nn . 4
Hoortna.41
Total vote.SI
Mann . 2S
kVr.t .-.. 17
Ellyaoo .42
Lincoln.24
Williams .44
Riverromhe.S3
James .2S
1-orhe .. .. .33
Harman.Si
Crupper.24
Ekgl^atOti. . 44
Rr?nt .22
Koine, .42
Robao .x\
N, PH(
Houston .66
Tualxute.*"
Millets thrown out . 2
Hsmfton Prscimt.
Maun.S"
Kent ."2
KggleStoll .319
Lincoln .1*
Jam* a.*..271
l?;kf.70
llarui.tn .3 2 2
Crupper .?"?*?
Egglestott .323
Itrent.M
Kol in-r .321
K* lison .r. 63
Houston .39?!
Patrick .39ti
Owens .4lol
Total vote .4irfS
Itallots thrown out . &
SOCIAL-PERSONAL
Colonel and .Mrs N? lson S (iroonie
are s|? uding si veral days in New
Yi rk city.
Mr. and Mrs L at von Schilling
are expected to return here *oday,
after spending several days in New
York city.
ARMY AND NAVY UNION
ENDORSES CAPT. STUART
Colonel Hi yal T. Krank Garrison.
No. S4k Army and Navy Cnlon. nt Its
meeting in Pboehu* last night u.iani
parailly adopted resolutions endorsing
("apt. I. K. 11. Stuart, collector of cus?
toms in New|tort News, for the |k>si
Uon of assistant treasurer of the Cnlt
ai States The garrison requested al'
Ihe garrisons in the country to unite
with ttie Phoebus Army and Navy
I'iiioii men In having Capt. Stuart ap
pointed to the |m>sition he now seeks
Letters were read at the meeting
from the < flicers of the Society of
tie* Signers of the Declaration of In?
dependence tliaiming the garrison for
starting the movement to have the
battlefield at Y< rktown converted In?
to a national i*ark and promising the
garrison the loyal siipptrt of the
movement.
WILL SEND OYSTERS TO
CONFEDERATE HOME
- a
Veterans in Richmond to Have Treat
at Thanksgiving Through Ef?
forts of Hampton Chapter.
The veterans cf the Confederate
Home in Richmond are going to en?
joy a first-class mat on Thanksgiving
diy in the shape of the best Hampton
ai o\stei.-\ while the inmates ot* the
Home tor Agtd ar.u Needy Con?
federate Women, also in Richmond,
are each to receive a gift on Christ?
mas frcm Hampton Chapter. Daugh
ers cf the Confed? racy. The chapter
met yestiiday and decided to send M
gallons of the best oysters to the
veti raus, and also to arrange a Christ?
mas box for the old wcuien. Hampton
eha; ter maintains a room in the
Home at a cost of JlOo per year and .
there are two needy women receiv?
ing the lieiHflts of the room.
The chapter electd the following of
fic rs for the coining year:
President?Mrs. Robert S. Hud
sin:-.
Vice-presidenis?Mesdaraes John W
Richardson. Rcbert Frances, and
Helle Mears Burke.
Secretary?Mrs. Harry Wise Book
* r.
Treasurer?Mrs. H. Clay Rees.
Historian?Mrs. K. Pendleton
Jones ^
Registrar?Miss Annie Richard?bn.
Ransone Bros*
WE SELL ?
Buster Brown's
i~* sssssssi ?*??.?
GUARANTEED
STOCKINGS
FOR WAN, WOMAN
OR CHILD
The Best Looking, Besi-Frei?
ing and Best-Fitting, as well a;
{Best-Wearing StocLngt made.
LET US SHOW TOD
Ransone Bfai..
I and 10 W. Queen St
****
****
)EBUS
DEPENDS ON ACTION
OF NEXT CONGRESS
Waterways Association Will
Not Meet* Again if Commit?
tee is Successful.
\i:\V UHI.KANS, LA.. So? I
iVhetner there ever will be another
ronretttkM of the l?ak.s t.. ib.. cult
\\atcrwuya Association depend* upon
? li.it action congress takes at the
next Behalt Ii. If th. committee of
.'0.1 cannot Induce coiigroaa to pro
mlc hinds for the project, the exe
CtsttVO committee of the MMM lation is
then authorized to select the place
ot meeting of the next convention and
fix the day. This was decided on at
the last session of the association
this afternoon.
As a consequence of activity of the
entertainment committee scarcely a
handful of delegates were in their;
seats when the convention was call-1
ed to order today. The program pro- i
vnled for s|<eecbes by gmcrnors of
states, and ministers frOBI |j?tm
Amerieaa countries.
There wert no governors present
Tli? se still In the city were resort?
ed to lie "seeing New Orlens." Thor?,
were a tew represetattves from the!
I utin American countries, hut no min?
isters.
Sent His Regret and His Speech.
Sonor Don Aremo, minister of
I'anama, sent his regrets and his
tpeecll.
The speech was read bj one of the
delegates.
Down in the Vleux Carre, the old
French quarter, the quaint old cafes
locking exactly aa they did one hun?
dred years ago had for the time be?
ing eclipsed the convention hall out of
baatanaa and dispensers of sazaracs.
toufluacs. gin fizzes, absinthe aniset I
tes. and other far famed New Or
loaai drinks, were kept working over?
time.
Senor Luis Toledo Herrarte, minis?
ter, of Cuatemala. later put in his
appearance at the hall, accompanied
bj a special commlssioti from his
country.
Ci ngressman Richard Itartroldt. of
t-t l ours, profiosed that the commit?
tee of 690 provided for yesterday
ehould be headed by President Kav
ar.augh. and that sub committees of
twelve be named to present the claims
of the Ml to the proper officials at
Wa- hington.
Entire 500 Will Go.
Mr. liartholdt explained that a com?
mittee of ;.(> could not get Into the
White House ir any of the commit?
tee rooms.
? Well, let them stand outside'
said Former Oovernor Francis, of
Missouri. they will be able to stand j
In the corridors.''
The convention agreed with Mr.'
Francis and lhe '..mi will Journey to
Washington, on December s\
Five minutes talks followed by'
delegate until adjournment slue die
eai iy in Lie afternoon.
GAYNOR IS ELECTED
BY BIG PLURALITY
(Continued From First Page.)
lege students from Columbia. T*le,
Princfton and ether nearby institu?
tions, who were distributed through?
out the greater ctty.
Robert Taft a Watcher.
Robert A. Taff. the Prealdent's son,
who was among the earlieet college
nient to volun'eer as a watcher, was
stationed eatly in the day at n Third
avenue polling place. His presence,
however, proved ruch an attraction
to the Bait Sid. crowd that the police
were call, d upon to disperse the spec?
tators snd voting Taft was tranafer
r. .1 to work as a Republican 'scout."
For the remainder of the day he spent
hia time hurry mi: by autcmoMle from
voting place to voting place, investi?
gating reports of trouble and witness?
ing the playing of the political game
in a 109 different comers of the great
city.
Elihn Root. Jf . also studied the
election syst? in of the city aa a scout
watcher.
Otto T Pani.jrd the Republican
nominee for th.- mayoralty, voted ear?
ly. A long line of hia supporters kept
up a continual cheering durin? the
minute or two wh.ch It took him to
vote. Roth Hearst and Justice Oay
n<r were more tardy about getting
? heir ballet? in Mr Hearst voted m
an uptown garage ?hortly after noon,
and Justice Cay nor appeared at a
little Brooklyn nilor shop, where he
cast Ma ballot only aa boar before
time assigned for the polls to etc*-.
ThcrcoQhiy Snap-shotted
Hoth were BfCft! thoroughly fla:h
lighted and ?"?f 'hotted while they
were la Ike booth The betting odd*
which had road*- Justice Oartjor a 1
to 2 favorite MR night advance** attlT
?h re in his favor Ii loa, the Say. By
? he time th* mils ctoaed Oaynor
mon*r went begging at 1 to 1. TVere
waa (far I*-** < on B dene* among the
hr-t'eia. however, as to the remain?
der of the Ifm. c-stJe taeMu
BffSJJMI Par-nnn. the R#-publ csn
.harman. said the ?lection bad beea
the hardest r ught municipal contest
ever a*Id in New Tar*.
It w trie thla has Men a filet
?_ OL!
Ii lectleii." be said. I ill there has been
imii-h crookedness, ami 1 think we
shall h.ar more of this later. Uur
w ..Irin i ? i. i'il iiav long that
Itallut* lia,| Im'i'ii idhikI already mark?
ed with h truss in the Democratic
column before being IihikIciI to the
vi tor."
William J. Qaynoi't Career.
William .1. Gavitor. who now be
ci iii' -i mayor of Gienter New York,
was elected on the strenKth of bis
l>ei*oiml record an a Jurist and fit-'
stand for personal liberty and a Uli
era! Sunday Although the Tumii'Hiii
caiidldat?, lie maintained throughout
the campaign tha? no Isias shall die
iate to Mm, and cue of his favorite
remarks waa that If there was to be
any swa ! wing between him and the
Tiger he would ultimately he found on
the outside
Cayuor was prominently mentioned
as a liemocratie vital presidential po
slbility last year and In LIM he de
('lined the Demi i ratic n< mination for
governor of New York. Me has been
I near candidate for mayor of New
York for veara, but as he expressed
I himself to friends he wanted to lie
sure of election lo be elected mayor
und then governir, with a view to
becoming some day President of the
Culled States
.lustice Gayno?-, who Is now KK
years old. married and the father of
eight children, first attained prom I
nelice in connection with a tax paver '-.
suit which he caused to be brought
against Hugh MelJiiighlin. one time
Democratic In ss if Brooklyn, in the
courae of which he saved the city
11.000,00t),
Had Bingham Removed.
His pressing of the ehurges against
Police Commissioner Ringham grow?
ing out of the Duffv saga, involving
the right of the police to bold the
picture of an nnconvlcted person in
ihe Rogues Gallery, led directly to
the removal of General K'ngham ami
brought Cavnor Into renewed pub?
lic attention just before (lie fall cam
paign opened.
?'Charity ' on your prescriptions
Ccngdon fills them free. U.
Its a real pleasure CHKYXE aay-i
to make satisfactory photo's for
Xmas when his patrens come in
ample time. it.
Congdoa's phawnary accurately
compounds prescriptions. tf.
LOST.
LOST?MONDAY MET W KEN VIC
ttria avenue and Marsnall street
or between Marshal! street and
Armisteal avenue, |utir of gold
spectacles in black leather case.
Reward if returned lo MRS. H
CLAY MARHOW, Ty Victoria ave
nue. 4.
WANTED.
\Y ANTED ? EVERYBODY TO
I watch our windows from Oct. 18 to
23rd for Chi-Namel Demonstra?
tion. Don't fall to see it. LEE PAT?
TERSON HARDWARE CO., 34 W.
Queen St. tf
FOR SALE.
CliEAT BARGAIN?MODERN HOl'SI.
t at 444 Newport News Ave, Hampton
for sale to quick purchaser Bet?
ter come quick. Call at 1117 Twen?
ty-fifth street. Newport News. Va.
IFOR SALE ? SWEET CREAM,
j sweet milk and scum milk Delivery
twice dally to any part of city F
8. CURTIS. 263 Lee street, Phone
222. 11-25.
fOR SALE?TO QUICK BUYER
bouse and lot 108 Armlstesd Ave
Modern Improvements and out
buildings Hampton, Va Apply J
B. CROCKETT. tf.
IF YOU WANT A QUART. HALF
gailon or any quantity of good oys?
ters or clams, call Phone 136 or
send to hTUDOfrfB* DOCK, Hampton,
9-3-3m.
W. N. TIGNOR
HAMPTON'S BEST NOTION
STORE.
Goods
Boxes
= For Sale ^=
Ve have a big supply of goods
boxes including large boxes,
suitable for coal
Flower P? t?. sll sftea A
siiertalty.
Oil Hesters, all sizes.
W. N. TIGNORI
Cor. Ou?*n and Wine Sts I
The Big Store. I
I
D POINT.
Ann?. Ratraac?. IJ North Klag S(r*.t Mala Batraa?, 12.14 Waat
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
BLACK
CARICUL CLOTH jj
Tabj a beautiful piece, nroad, tall pattern, so popular for
roala this fall its flftv incite*
a ide .
$3.50
Wo'va a mighty pretty piece "f high grade black Astrachan,
tlf'V Ill.lleS Wide, ai fBIJ ftfl
?Mia. <a..l .*>9(UU
Rowe's Department Store
IF STYLE And
REASONABLENESS IN PRICE
COUNT ANYTHING WITH YOU IN THE SELECTION OF YOUR
HATS OR BONNETS, THEN YOU WILL BUY YOUR MILLINERY
THIS FALL AT
MRS. I M. STACEY
COLLIER BUILDING. CAST UUEEN ST.
-!-^-^
Automobile Veils!
.hist 1 lie Hnap^iemt ttfibff out.
BfjaVref Hate aud a complete line of new HhowiugB.
BURG ES' niLLJNERY STORE
OPPOSITE OLD STAND, 22 EAST QUEEN ST.
Chesapeake Mill Co.
Dealers In Sash, Blinds, Doors
Rough and Dressed Lumber
1 Hmi'0\n?l,'K PHONE No. 286
R. H. Richardson & Son, Props,
Small Orders Will Receive Especial Attention
HENRY L. SCHMELZ, FRANK W. DARLING.
President. Vic? Prrsiden..
The Bank of Hampton
Hampton, Va.
ITS THE OLDEST AND LARGEST IN EITHER HAMPTON OR
NEWPORT NEWS.
CAPITAL, $100,000.00
SURPLUS, *I40,C00.00
Deposits Oy er One Million Dollars!
The only designated depositary In the State of Virginia to
Eastern Virginia. We mnke loans on Real Batate?NOT PRO
HIHITKD? as are the National Panks
4 Per Cent, Interest Paid on Savings icceuafs
NELSON S. GR00ME, Cashier.
(rEO. W. PHILLIPS. TII03. L. 8CLATKR.
DO YOU WANT A
HOME?
We will build you at once a tt/wi dollar dwelling and furnish took*
if yon have S3M See us aa we are only going to build fltve at present.
FOR SALE?Desirable mode rn r^tdenee. King ?Ire??, ronll eaBB
parmen* and balance to salt
FOR RENT?12 acre farm with 7 room swrlttwf and bora. 3-4
mil* from center of city. f!2An per month.
Hon?? and lots for aale and r*>nt In all aer-Hoos of cKy.
PHILLIPS & SCLATER
REAL ESTATE RENTAL ANO INSURANCE. BONDS. MONEY
LOANED ON REAL ESTATE.
NO. S SOUTH KINO STREET. PHONE S9. HAMPTON. VIRGINIA

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