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only newspaper published Newport Newa that reeeivea t fufl news tery.es of the Aa elated Press. VOL. XV. NO. 2G4. SWEEPING L WILL ? National Representative Seats are Wrenched from Re? publicans in Eight Dif? ferent States, NORTH CAROLINA SWINGS BACK IN SOLID COLUMN Foi mer Dominant Party Loses Seven In New York and Several Others in Various Commonwealths?Gains Are j Made in Massachusetts and Other , Strongholds?Estimated Democratic Majority is Thirty-rive. (By Associated Fress> Elections held throughout the coun trywyesterday resulted in a political convulsion of far-reaching extent sim? ilar at many poinu to tho famous tidal wave of 1882, muJ apparently i more widespread in its cfteeL I The indications toward midnight were .hat the national nouse ol rep-' resentatives had t>een carried by the Democrats, reversing the present Ke- j publican majority of 43. ? j The United States senate probably will have a reduced Republican major-1 ity as a result of legislative elections held in many states. In New York state John A. Dix. Democratic candidate for governor, is elected over Henry L. Stimson, Re? publican, by a plurality of about 55. OOii. reversing Uie Republican plurality of 70,000 in 1908, for Governor Hughes. , Wilson Elected In New Jersey. In New Jersey Woodrow Wilson. Democratic candidate for governor. Is elected over Vivian M. Lewis, Repub? lican, by about 15,000 plurality, re? versing the previous Republican plur? ality of 8,000 far Governor ?Fort. In Massachusetts. Eugene N. Poss, Dernsjrrat. has defeated Governor Eben S. Draper. Republican candidate for re-election, by about 30.oon plural? ity, ro.ersing Governor Draper's for? mer plurality of 8.000. In Connecticut Judtje Simeon K. Baldwin, Democratic candidate, is elected governor over Charles A. Goodwin. Republican, by about 4.<io;> plurality, reversing the previous-. Re? publican plurality of 16.00'?. Iu Ohio Governor Judson Harmon. . Democratic candidate for re-election,J apl>cars to have carried the state by about 15.000 over Warren G. Harding. Republican candidate. . In New Hampshire Robert H. Bass. Republican candfdate for governor, la leading Charles E. Oarr, Democratic candidate hy about S.nOft plurality. Situation In Pennsylvania. In Pennsylvania the election of John P. Tener. Republican candidate for governor, is claimed by a large plurality. In Rhode Island Governor Pothcir. Republican candidate for re-election. L; slightly in the lead over Lewis A Waterman. Democratic candidate, with a plurality much reduced from that of 190?. In Tmnessoe the fusion candidate. Ren W Hoover, is apparently eleoted by i.-.uoo plurality. a Democratic governors have been elected in Aiabama and South Caro? lina, a In Iowa the Democrats claim the election of Claude II. Pert er for gov? ernor, but this is not yet conceded. In Wisconsin the election of the Re? publican candidate for governor. Francis K. McGovern. Is claimed by a reduced majority, and the return of Senator I^Folrette to the United States senate Is assured. In Michigan. Chase S. Osborne, the Republican candidate for governor appears to hare safe h?ad over L. T. Hemens. Democrat. Cause of Republican Defeat James T L*nyd. rhairmaa of the IVmocratic national r-ongres-'krnal committee, issued the following ttate mena tonight: "Present Indication* are that con? gress win be Democratic bjr shout x. majority Thus far the return* indlaj rat? that onr pn*-eUction astimare* were dbowt correct. The cause? which bar- led to th* result? of todav are well known. It Is a serious rebuke ? n the Republican party for Iis failure to redue* the tacit* as the people be Krved the party had scosarsod. The? high mat of protected manufactured articles which has rajelied la greatly Increased cost of llvifc. has had very much to do with producing tbb re? sult Tlirrf is gen? ml disxatrefaction with eststlwc potittca? with the pre,s?nl RepohRran trsflon This has led to Its retmdia-1 lion as far as could he done at ?bei pr>'l The nemorrnilr pnrtr has won a: rjet.n-v fwcntserkihe neiiv hotw of the] penrd* Is la R? enpremary "The Republican party has hv Its ?oaree thnt H will no leglslaOon la the Isteroat of the: (Conrjnnad on Pige SisV NEWPORT 4NDSLIDE FOR THE BEMOC CONTROL LOWER HOUSE ( COMPLEXION OF NtXT CONGRESS CHICAGO. ILL. Nov. 8.-Returns at 11:.10 o'clock show the political complexion uf the various state delegation* in tha Sixty-second cougress to he as follows: The make-up of the S ixly-iirst consjros is aiso asaUUNi tSgaj Congress. tllst QOasJfgeBv State. Alabama . Arkansas . California . Colorado. Connecticut .... Delaware . rlagjgg . Georgia. Idaht. Illinois.*... Indiana. Iowa . Kansas . Ken'ucky . l,oub'iana . Maine . Maryland . .Massachusetts .. Michigan. Minnesota . Mississippi . Missouri_. a. i. Montana . .. .gf,. Nabraska . Nevada . New Hampshire New Jerrcy No* Yrrk ". North Carolina . North Dakota .. Ohio . Oklahoma . Oregon .:. . . Pennsylvania ... Rhode Island ... South Carolina . South Dakota ? ? Tennessee . Texas . Utah . Vermont . Virginia . Washington _ Weal Virginia .. Wisconsin . Wyoming. Dem. i 7 Rep. ix'tu ? 7 Rep. Totals . 156 95 Remainder of districts missing or doubtful. Vacancies, 4 8 16 :t 172 REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR f NEGROES TRY TO VOTE; MANY ARRESTS MADE IV.uch Trouble /Vises Over Election at McAlcster, Oklahoma. ELEGTE OJN^TE NN ESS EE Cemocrats Make Heavy Loss? es to Fusion Ticket in the State. (By Associated Press) NASHYA UE, TENS.. Nov. f.? ' Summed up, the result of today's elee |ti< n ap|Har> ?qi be- fj, w. Hooper, Repuhliran-Fusionist, chosen governor ! by 15,000 to 18,'hmi majority: B- A. En j loe. Democrat and Puslonist, lieutet | ant-governor by a like majority, and a possibly small t'usicn majority in 'be legislature Both sides claim the senate. Most of toe middle and wost Ten ! n?ssee Democratic counties, nearly ?11 of which went for the independent judicial ticket in August last, returned to the regular column loday. but by s'ich small majorities tha: they were overwhelmed by the heavv Republi? can vote In esst Tenneseee counties. In the congressional race, w R. Austin, Republican, appears ro have defeated N W. Hale. Democrat; Seil?. Republican, defeated C H. Ule in the First: C. D MJbssry. Republican, was elected to nil out the unexp'red term of W. p. Rrnsnlow. In the eight other district* ?he Dem orrats have won Begin L b*' twit. NORFOLK. VA . Nov ?.?In the ?halted State* Court today the gov? ernment began libel proceedings again<?t the Norfolk at Portsmouth Traction Com pony, owner of the ' steamer Annie Is Vaasclver. for vk> lls'lng federal law <TohfMttag the car I rying of more passengers than the ! number speriBed In the license granted the vessel. Hurt Missels at etiof. fM>- as?ii istcd Prssot ?RUSSKLA. Nov. ?.?An sauaoidl nsry ?oonsist ration occurred la 'he streets today as King Arbart drove from the polar? fo the pelaesvof the nation to open periiaaaeat. A ssliik.n ?Ups of paper hearing a errand for ?ntver<ai ?offrage stuimad the royal onegWsnd "flic heavy packages of those were thrown at the king hlov ,eir m s mid of ?oeiaHats More Oisc'od.t far Cook. out *?'Hi-tl proas. CHICAGO. ILK. Moo *-[?? Fred crk* A Can* was further discredited. Is s HperisJ cable dispatch to Ihe < hi rago Daily News today rraaa its wo? re-pond?Of ir Copenhagen Denmark The story ??? the ?rat paMlcatlon of the report of Knud Waasisnaaa. las Danish esssnrer as aaat by him to kkt wife an not by bet Ut.v Associated r*rcs"> MA LESTER, OK! A., Raw. k.?Fif? teen election officers in McAlcster weie arres'ed today, charged with re Cut ing to allow negro.-* to vote. They j were released on bond and returned I to their positions. Later nil comptsin ing witnesses were arrested. This was followed by the arrest of fifteen Republicans. chsrged with false ?wearing in connection with the application of negroes for the ballot I Dis'iirt Judge Cole issued an in? junction restraining the I'nitodjuState* commissioner fnm issuing, and dep? uty United States marshal, from serv ing warrants for the arrest of election officers. j WOMAN FOUND UNCONSCIOUS. . Discovered in Dying Condition in Alexandria Home. ALEXANDRIA. VA, N< v ?.? An 'aged recluse. Mrs Annie Whi;o. was .found unconscious in her home here 'last night, her body covered with rota j and brt ix ?. ? hbb wanltrd in her [death. The woman never regained csa I srioucnesa alter she was discovered in a dying condition. J The authorities, convinced that ?bo I was s vv'im of foci play, sredj < searrhing tor information (bit will solve the mystery. A negT" was arrested early today, bit' denied '.nowledge of the crtme The woman hadMJtcen stsbbdd In the chest sod k eked, and physician* hn> Beve she had hem attached *?ver?l Vfaj" before Her plight waa revealed. Conooe la Elected. DANVILLE ILL Nov H loett. G. Cannon, speaker of 'he bowse of representatives, was re-elected to eoccress today front the Eighteen ~ d rti-fric by s cd plurality. ? ' OHIO IS WREi 0 rLXVElJtND O. Not t-?IskStSlj | returns Mte lonteHt iodk-ased that. (Governor Joris- ? Hsrmond. I**WKw-ra'. has saasV s clean swo-p of the ?tute, iafaanlsg Warre? O Hardt?? Repob Ursa, aad thai bis pbsnaiR* will bp prnaiaMtr s?.*?? votes. WBs htm he ban rsrrted ?i least NEWS, VA., WEDNESD/ :RATS; ~)F CONGRESS t_ I : Republicans Lose GovernorJ Probably the Whole State Ticket,and Eleven Mein bers of Congress. - JOHN A. DIX IS ELECTt? . BY ?5,000 PLURALITY nfetimson Goes Down in Crushing De? feat an.I Big Majority 1? Rolled Up Against Him In Roosevelt's Home District In Oyster Bay?democrats Win In Fight Also for Lieutenant Governor. I (My Aasoc'ii I lust) NKW YORK, Nov. X Returns at I 10 o'clock tonight Indirate that .lohn A. Dix, Democrat, has been elected governor of New York over Henry L. Sllmsnn, Republican, by between S6,fM and f?i.OOO plurality These fig? ures may be reduced or Increased by j returns from u|>-Btste rural districts, j New York city gives Dix a plurality I of at least 100,000, which mure than1 offsets the greatly reduced plurality of the ((.'publican:.- up-State. Two] years ago the greater city gave Chan-1 ler, for governor, less than 60,000 plurality. Rest of Ticket Uncertain. Below Mr. DU on the ticket the re-j suit is uncertain, although point,, to | ward Democratic buosjpss. Thomas' Conway. the Democratic nominee for, lieutenant governor, appears to be running only Slightly behind Dix. The complexion of the legislature, which will select a successor to Sen? ator Chauncey M. De pew, will be set? tled only fjy more complete returns, although it seems probable that the Republicans will hold a working ma? jority. In New York city Herbert Parsons. Republican, was defeated for re-elec? tion as a representative to congress by .1. M.Levy. Democrat, as ami Wil? liams S. Bennett. Ripublican, by Hen? ry George, Jr. Loses Home District. Theodore Roosevelt's home district in Oy: ter Hay gave Dix a plurality of 204. as against 67 for Hughes in 19?x Complete returns from the con? gress elections showed 22 Democrats chosen or re-elected as against 48 tor the Republicans This is a Demo? cratic gain of 11. Dix Talk-: on Result. ^THOMSON. N V . Nov. I John A Dix quictlv reived t% consratuli Uaasl of three seem visitors, men and women, who flocked to his horn.- on the Hudson tonight to fetiritaie him BSM his elexUes to the governorsh;;i of Ne? York His first comment on the result was leief and be avoided Its personal element. I don't like I* rsonal attacks," hr said. "I have tried to keep aw try from It a. much aa possible during this campaign: im! I do like that aspara? gus type down at Oystrr Bay. Let me sav th -." he added "a rri rls ha.-- been met bv th? sam<- com? mon sense of good cttivnshlp and the d*x>r ha? t er n ..... ned for reform, re? trenchment and honest administraten. As governor. I "hall adher.-> to the strict plodg< - of ? b. party * plat Jorm. I' ROMK. N V. Nev S The rtty of , Rome complete gives Stlmren I.ilk: ^Dix. 1.SW. Iris's plurality. ?"\ Kam?. jdistrVt* in I ? , cave Hughe- J."""; I Cannier, 2032. ' BCrVALO. K. T, Mot. X, RsrtTalo complete St n -on. 2C.fi I.-.; IHs. 31. 1*3. ? CTTPCA. ft. T.. Mow. a-4?nri>? A. Talcot . Ivmcurat. enrrie? I tica h> .'.;?;* agsmM .'-ngt<m for rrHgr.'-ss. Vice-President Shcrannave um. SCHKAPT ADV. H. V. No* S. - City of J*rherectadv ormpMc Slim SSO. ">."."l Div. ."..SSI. BI'PP.M f>. 24 V. Not S - Norman K. Mark, rhse-man of the |>n*r-.--e'. national mstai't'". today voted the a'ralgh' Re|p-?.i;: ?1 ticket ft ?n error, ?hart p cnnief nat fc? reetl*?d SwrMceonnntly h< >oK cf the Johe hrsns? II VCHED FROM 0NTROL OF I 'ii.. Had gn?- '?!' more. f??-n?"" I,<~ 11 lain ** iurr < ysdldaiee In district* ? hat havr h?r. tofore eaerted RepuMi ??n.l asj rotlf-rr. lY. NOVEMBER 9, 1910. Victory is Claimed for Both Stuart and Stamp at Late Hour. ALLrOUR AMENDMEN1S PROBABLY ARE DEFEATED Proposed Changes Allowing Treasur? ers and Commissioners ef Revenue to Succeed Themselves Indefinitely Seem, to Have Gone Under by Small Margin?Saunders Electee' in Fifth irty Associated Press) RICHMOND, VA.. Nov. ?.?The Democrat* of Virginia today elected their nominees for rongres? in nine cf Ihr ten districts of the Hlate snd i.ii'l* triumphed slao la the re? maining one. The Ntath district, which Is the! chief baitlcKround of the campaign is atonight (laimed hy both parties ! The result is very close and wi'rj probably uot be definitely known nit til tomorrow. The promised uonstiiiitlonal amend ments have apparently been defeated. Amendments Ar? Defeated. Returns from not over a score of \ counties or the state on the amend? ments to the constitution, look as though ihn amendment extending the legislative sessions will he detested by a majorUy probably dkceedltig fi. <Hki and the probable defeat of the aaaendnMIUtS relsring to the readinc of Mill by about half of that. The amendments to allow treasurers and revenue commissioners nf counties and cities to succeed themselves, will probably, Jtft. minor by a small margin. The Kiahmoiid vote was as follows: For longer legi* iative sessions, *3f: against. ?198 For single reading of hills. I.Tlfi; against. 1.72.1. For county treasur.-r? and eommlsslooers of rev I entte to succeed themselves. 1.832; sesfn?. I 2"o For rim liar provision i in rifle 1.84.1: against. t.M.t ! Grester ?dtaUnetjbfi was drswn in 1 Roaaotre. white in Lynchbusg sll the 1 amendments were favored. In the i county districts there was evidence of ? antagonism agalna^ tbe ?hange, thus reducing the <itv majorities for them At 1 o'clock the vote on the amend i n ent throughout, the atate wss as [ follows: For the first?2.982; against ' 1'1.232: for the sevonde-4 15ft; against. I V-"; for tire third?6.187: sgsinst. r-.:>*f; for the fourth?6 222: against. I 6.723. Fhjht In the Fifth. la Ihr Fifth district the figbt was of t'ccldeif Interest and the result doubtful throughout tbe ovening. In I Carroll counts the complete return"" j could not bo secured, bu? H was ?vi ' dent thai K W. Saunders. was again ! ele? te?d to congress unless an units J uaily targe vote had been cast for i Jno M Parsons Giving Carroll to Parsons by In. a biccer majority than ' was ? inc.! by him last elertion. j Saunders would (?fill win bv nearly I inn votes. - Pott-i Ivania gave Saundors an in . reensnl vote this time, though Dsn 1 ?ille Hid not do so wHI as befor?. and Grayaon gsve Parsons an In ? rreare. Reaulta in Dirtncta In tbe city cf mchntond. the vote i for r >ngre?snVn rcwlted fellows: lohn Uinti pemortat. :'.l':-n: W R j Visier. Republican. IT.2:" D D. Har : r'son. SoofaHrt. *Vi: Thortta.4 A. Hol I lins. Socialist Moor. ?'?'> N'.taing de finite had been reechrod from the Ninth distric t The o her districts.* exoepl'ng tbe Fifth, show I ???me ratlr verlort-* fhrr ?lahou* the state, with overwhelming majorities. Mat s aingle district has retmned ? ompMe fig) re*, and there are not < \r?-ot~d ia before tomorrow Conserve Ire estimates, based upon the returns received, give Wflli'tn \ IntKI n th- Fi:-'. majori?'-. K K H ?Itnod. ? f tbe aXnnd. J.***): lehn I smb. af tbe Third. 4/sju. bad Hayes of uV Seventn I.Mg aaajnriiy over bo?a if* oopoo-ou. Jonas PaaJ ana Hugh 8, Lupton NORFOLK VA.. Nwv t, -WP? oolv few ressote rJssUkta in Norfolk county snd Prtnceos AUS)? county to bo heard from K K HotimmM, tmtno era(. has been elected as coairrs* s frnes tbe fav-nnd Virginia aVtriei over REPUBLICANS tertog rctorns show sppmxi I I <em-?? n ? gshns I? the leeis and without daunt'c figure-., ratie k-odem are rialnrtag v ' y for tbtir pert/ ha-tbe Boat tore, wbarb will elect a snroeo I Charles lack ? ? aSMssTs*? H. H. Rumble. Republican, by about i ?,5oo. 1 Complete returns from Norfolk show defeat or all amendment* of the constitution Incomplete returns from the Second district * Indicate Ihc aniciidmenm have been overwhelming ly dejtatcd. Predicts Stuart's Election. KOANOKK. -VA.. Nov. X At 11 : o'clock the Roanoke Times , edicts 1 Stus.it. Democrat, elected in the Ninth district by from 30? to 500. KOANOKK. VA Nov. 8. Roanoke eltj complete. Sixth i IbtaU't, for OOfjr gtcss: Class, Democra , 09i. Allison. Socialist. 182. i . KOANOKK. VA.. Nov. 8 ?In the Ninth district. Wythe i*iuntv com? plete gives |n uiajorlty icr Slemp, Re? publican. Democratic gaiu, 188. Stuart in Lead. KOANOKK. VA.. Nov ?7.?A! Ill ?'clock Stuart. Demociat. in the Ninth district, 's von ahead of Sleuip. It' publican. hiiiI iiullc itlens point strongly to his .-lection Vote In Roanoke. ROANOKE. VA.. Nov. H.- -The Mats here today: Glass, Democrat for tOh gross. Sixth dlsl rlct. tK; Allison. So. cislist. 182. Amendine-its for longer s???lcn and change of legislature pre tjathsna were defeated; those to enable treasure!a and commissioners of rew ? nr. to succeed thmselves carried. ROANOKK. VA.. Nov. 8?In lie Ninth district. Olles countv gives Stu art. Democrat. 22.1 majority. Thla is a Democratic loss of 7.Y ?ROANOKE. VA., Nov. 8. ? Pulaski rouniy complete gives Btiiar', Demo cist. l'"'U maturity over Sh?mp. Repub Ilcan. The county went for Slcmi> two year? sgo. This Is In It Ninth district. This |s a Democratic gain of MS. ? , NORFOLK. VA.. Nov. 8.?-Complete returns from portsmtipUi city give Holland. Democrat, for congress. 1 |0t; R'nnbie. Republican. 122. This shows Republican gains, but Hcllsnd will be elected In the district by a large niujot it.y. LYNCHBI'BO VA . Nov 8.?In a tctal of 13.312 votes, Uvnchbvfg. the. home of Congressman Carter Glass, | Democrat, for congress, gave him a i majority .of 8?2 ov.?r AlManR, Social? ist. Allison^ vote. 171. rapresaau the Republican strength of the city.) The four constitutions! amendments (Continued on Pwirth Page. FAVORITES ARE WiNNERS Guy FisV r Japtured Lorraine Hotel Handcap. HIGH PRIVATE DISAPPOINTS Same SurprisSa Occur at the James? town Jockey Club Meet?Or. Heard Refuses to Run?Summary of Races ?Entries for Today. fBy Assocta?~a t'rrasi NORFOLK. VA Nov x.?Guy Fish? er, probably the best supported horse of the meeting, captured the lx>rrafnc : Hotel handicap, a mile event at tie. ' Jam* town Jockey Club track today. He trailed his field tor the first part and then easily dispoeed of Practical and Sandrlan. High Private, who was highly thought tR*. ran a disappointing race and was far back. The ateepltiChasc saw another case of oraxines* on the part of Dr Heard, the public crrovee. The horse did the arre tilck as on his first start and refused to run after a half mllf had been raveled The crowd was the best of fhe meeting, rteltors attending from many of the eenrby town*. Nearly t.i'?> people were in the stand Ouy Flan er and Anna L. Dairy were the wiaa nlng favorite* and the surprises sew Horizon and Nenetaleeta. Summary of Races. Plret Race? Three-year-old- and upwards; Sellins: ' furlongs Hori con. 1*2 (Drperi. 12 to 1. 5? to I. 2, to 1. won. Hilda? Sister. ?-'. (Gordon?. 5 to I. t to 1. * to 5. second: Pear naught 11.. 98 (Gauklnt. IS i.i i. i io 1 2 to I third Tisne. 1 27 Ids tVenna Kwhnraie t'!s?hlni; Henry Muam. Algroncl. Oghewaaa Rang Tnski Templer and Hamm.wi Pms a!*o raa Record Ra/-?- Two-yea r-nW* and upwards: selling: S?e fur Ions* King Pit. 1<? f f kartet. 21 to I 3 to i. owl. ens; Resau. 1*2 iDunai. ? to I 4 to I. even, named; Trustee, loa (KU lingssrorthi I fa I. 3 to ft, t to S. third alase. I at liodjua. Janh Rai litte Indnra Cbilion rtsjoaes and IdV stir aaei aUo rast. Third Rate fAiur-rnssr-oSsa?; star Sie, mile and three-*?jmrtmTf <m Hhr turf Nick OTiasr 123 (Heederl. I to I. 1 ta owl. wot: Cases. 147 (Char trsndi. 4 to 1. 4 to I. I ta J ssiamd; Gun rotten 1? lOramlaodi Je in I. * lo 12 io I 'hire Thnr. J:<4. weatovrr. Lost* Flat and Dr. Heard at- o ran Fo.,rte Race Handicap for all iicmHaawd <m Rlstb Pa??> I THE WEATHER. Wednesday; Thursday and warmer; maderate le wind?. PRICE TWO CENTS T ? FOR ON^DESTROYER Lowest Bid, $635,000, Suh Irnitted to Government by Local Company. JOBS WILL BE DIV.DtD AMONG LASIERN PLANTS Newport News Shipbuilders Mdhe No Effort to Land More Than One of Sis Vesaela to Dp Constructed. Prctpecta For More Important Work Probably Responsible. ? iity Associated Tress) WASHINGTON, I? ?'.. No), s. -The, .im i for the construct ion of (ho ? 1st lorpsd*>Jbba! ?estroyor? tor ihn rj mi)'' Till by tl)?> la: t session of confrere probably will be distrib? uted an v i.g live shipyards on the At? lantic coast. Mid* were opened at tKe navy department today. The Newport News Shipbuilding St Dry Dock Com pa. submitted tbo lowest -bid. offering- t construct but one of the vessels. The highest proiiosait. - isae from the I'nlon Iron Works, in* .?an Kmu claqp, and the Maryland St, -I Cotn pany, of Sparrows' Point, Md 1 Hey were so much higher thau ibo> of all the five other yards competing that (hey are oot likely to be con? sidered. The Mam iron works prob? ably will be the only yard to build two of the destroyers. in Three Classes. The bids were for three daises: Class 1. wss for vessels of govein ment design, bull and machinery; class 2. the same with speed modifi? es, tvits; etass Sr for vest eis of gov? ernment design of bull and equipment with bidder's design foi* machinery. The bida were as follows: Newport News Shipbuilding * Dry Dock Company. class 1, one vassel; fcpoed. 2*>! knots, to be corrj.lttcd in 24 months, $6."..',.mm Rath Iron Works, ?las? 1. one vds ael; 3u knots, to tie completed in 24 months. t8t??.7n(> or two vessels. $?T>4. 0?mi each. c:..-s :i krl.it-. one vos sel. $6*.5..?O0. or two. $6.10..",nii each. Fore River Ship ii Kngine Company, rla: s 3. one vessel. 3?4 knots. 3648.700. to be completed in 24 mouths and equipped with Curtiss turbine engines. WiHtsm Cramps Shipbuilding Com? pany, class I, one vessel. 29 i knots, to be completed in 24 months. $658, 000. - New York Shipbuilding Company, risks 1. one )essel. . knots, to bo i cowpieted In 24 month- $64 ."? .'**?*; ("las' 3. one vessel. same speed, tat? be equipped with CasfJsa turtj $67n.iMS>. Marytand Steel Comiiany. class I, 29? knots, two vessels. 24 months, $6S.-..ikhi each. Clas:. 3. 2.vessels, $7!2.<?oo each. t'nion Iron Work*, class I "Hi knots, one vessel. 24 month- 1721.040, or two at $7<)4."n?' each. ?"Ia?s 2. one vessel, a; |721."?ni. or two at *7t'i.wH> each. The specifications provide that the finis must be held over the K'? kland. Maine, eourte. The Newport Newa yard deducts $4..".on oom its bid if Iho trial is held over l he I/owes. OH., course. The Cramps yard deducts M.HiMl and the New York Shipbuilding Company $:. .Mat if trials arc held over the Lewes course Bidding Practically Unchanged. The w -si is a.o nt-art ,,:aii> of the same type ss thore for which bids were opened in September lfuvg and ?May I909. Like them they will have 742 tons .it-placement The Newport News vard -ubntfried th- lowest bid and the Mar viand Steel Com pan v tbo hiahesi ot> th<><,. .-N<a-.ions the sagso as today The Newport News btd b> ?-Jay was practically the saute at last year, when R was tCaw.asu. Ma bid la i I?as wss slightly lower, but was lor I two vessels nt $?**<-a< h I re rontracts for ten destroyers were awarded AJI of the Aibasxte coast vard* eaceat the MaryksaM Steel Gotniasny sotting two each Last year contracts tor five were awarded each A'isn'i. cna>t vard evcej.t the Maryland cosspasry g>-*ting one. Suepr-ve Crested More. Bouse surprtne *a* shown here ??? terday whro It b?raa?f known 'htt. I the P cal -b nyard had hid no hot <ns? Lioel I'ha. gaassTi rare, to mm os* tar seas pletKr.