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tile Industrie? of tho State. Governor Fobs placed his record be foie the pooplo and asked lor support. It was expected becuxisc of i* off year tho total vote woulu full off con? siderably, but tho average wus will maintained, Tho make-up of tho remainder of the State ticket wus still In doubt at mid? night, although both branches Of 'he .Legislature were apparently Republi can. Governor Foss Issued the following statement: "Tho people huvc won their second great victory over machine, rule. In fcpito ot the most scandalous hoodie campaign ever waged in this State, "Massachusetts has spoken unmistak? ably for an honest revision of the tun? lit and for a business administration ot tho Commonwealth. The national sig nltlc.ir.ee of this election I* lncailmu olu. The rest of tV: country Will toll?w Hie lead of Massachusetts" Foss"* vote llcdiiccd. Boston, November 7.?Returns from 68? out 1*010 voting districts; m . iu-.ii.g Boston, give Foss. Democrat, 101,383; BTolhlngham, Kcpubllcun, ?7,o/2. The same Districts last year gave FOSS, Democrat, 110,428: Draper,, Republican, nn.lSI. Toe same ratio. If maintained throughout the state would make Fosa's plurality about sio?o, Foaa * tirrles Iio.11011. Boston. November 7.?Governor Foss curried the cll> of Boston by a plural. Ity of 21,842. The tola) vote of the city was: Foss (Democrat), 4?.&tfi: Frothing tjiun (Republican), 2S.:if>!>. The total veto last year was: Foss, 56,663; Draper. 27.83?. Mayor Ifitsgcrald estimated at 7:13 ? o'clock thai Foss had carried tho State by Irom 6.000 to 4,000. t.ucc- Wins by 0,700. Boston, November 7.?Complete re turns In Iho State election to-day fur LleutenaittrGovornor give Luce, Re? publican, 20iS,700S Walsh. Democrat) 201,950; Luce's plurality 0.750. New York TAMMANY'S HOLD SHAKEN ; llepubllcuo-Kuslon Party Shows Uf lunrknhle Mrenplh. New York. November 7.?Tammany i Hall's hold on New York City was; shaken to-day in > battle of the ballots ill which local unices were mainly at stake The Democrats sticcess'fullj defended their ancient strongholds cd Manhattan and the Bronx, but by greatly reduced pluralities. Queen's county also stood by the Democrats, but the Republican-Fusion candidates inado neat.y u clean sweep of Brook? lyn and probably divided honors In the little borourh of Richmond. A yesr ago Manhattan and the Bronx boroughs gave i,ov?>rnor Dlx a plural 111 of Og.SS9 and elected a Democratic Supreme Court justice by about 12,000. To-day Robett L. Fowler, the Demo? cratic candidate for Surrogate, cur? ried New York county with a maxi? mum plurality of about 17,000. The Democrat? elected Uieir candl- , dale for sheriff by abou; S.OVv, and the. three Democratic candidates for Su? preme Court justice In the First Judi clal t-'istritt puiled through by a bar? 5.000. Francis M. Scott, the fourth i justice elected, was uiuorsed by both ' Partie* The R<i>ublicans gained eight As .-(rriblymen In New York county, and , will siau t.i'tten membere of the body J .jut of thu total delegation of thirty live. Three Republ'CAn candidates fo^ Su pr hie Court justices in the Second , Judicial District, whfvh comprises i K:r._:. Queens and Richmond counties, were elected wtm on i possible ex ception. William Willen, Jr., the Dem? ocratic candidate, who was charged with buying his nomination, ran ubout 8,000 behind Callahan, who is so eios< lo th4 last man on the Republican i list that his feto remained in dcuui until tho last district was heard from The Republicans elected a 'sherltt in 1 Kings county by about ll.uuo. In nine teen out of twenty-three districts h.' Brooklyn Ihe Fusionibts gained six Assemblymen Vote on Supreme Court justices. First D:strict complete; .-rcott (.Democrat i iisiouj. ;0e.Callahan (Democrat), l.i-i,-. . I'endletou (Democrat), 136,60) ;| iotchkUs (Democrat), 124,Ottin-) ger (Fusion;. !3U,?&); Li.e.rn (Fusion i, i r.'.'.lt'.; Baldwin (tusioti), 12*(I98. Ccinpleto returns lor surrogate In Manhattan "..ii.^ .iine oronk snowed! r olwed (Dentccrat) buff a piurSTity o( ' 14.916 over Ua (hew son (Fusion) An l nexpected Landslide. New York. November 7.?From a Democratic majority of 21, the New York State Assembly to-day turned overwhelmingly Republican. At mid? night all innications point to the Re? publicans x the lower chamber hav? ing a uiajorliy of L0. Thus the Demo? cratic majorities in both houses, which existed uuring the llrbt half of Gov trnor John A. Dix's administration will b* kicking next year. The pres? ent Senate ho.dt over. Jn ihe Mnerj.ected landslide the Democrats were able to capture only three tents hell by the Republicans, whereas all over the Commonwealth Democratic Assembly men fell by the, wavslde. in one instance?in Schoneetady? Herbert M. Merrill, a Socialist, wr,a out where a Democrat has held the at at H?turns up to midnight indicated Lhat the Republicans will have io( members In the lower branch, repre ?entlng a net gain of thirty-nine seats in the avalanche Daniel B. Frisbii Speaker of the present House, man? aged to hoid his seat, and Lew It Stuy vesant Chanler, of D?te:.ess county, h, expected to get in by t!ie narrow mar? gin of about fourteen votes. in Greater New York the Republi? cans defeated nine Demt|erats, while !i> Kings county an equal number ol Democratic candidates m.-t defeat The election, besides an Assembly? man. Of their ent.Ve cay ticket, by m? Socialists in SchonectAuy, was One ?>'? the most striking Incidents ??! th< voting up-State. -n Auburn. Thomas M. 1'sborne, oli? of the organizers of the Democratic League, was defeated for Mayor by Thomas II. O'Neill. Republican. Ten vacancies oh the state supreme Court bench were tilled by elections ^^^^^^^^^^^^ This is our platform! Every plank spells sat? isfaction to every cus? tomer and we don't try to crawl out after election or after a sale. A rouQr. cloth and slim cut is the rule this s.eason. Coats that cut Into the figu re; straight trousers; high vest, no fashion plate effect all Berry made and we know 'em ? h ru and thru The exact, styles that lead in Fifth Avenue, Broadway and Wall street are here. in four jnuiciary district!', with an equal division ol honors, five seals go in?; to Democrats and the same num? ber to Republicans Murph} Calls H TrluroPb. New York. November 7.?Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tammany Hall, made iiie following statement late io-n!glit, after returns had made H appear c?i taln that his organization had woti iis election In New York City: The result is s signal triumph for the people. It shows a decided drill Democracy and indicates that wo shall enter the national tight of 1S1 wtth unbroken ranks and the certainty of carrying New York State for the Democratic ticket.'' Kdtrertoa Will Again. Kochester, N. Y., November 7.?May >r Kdgerton, Republican, was re? flected by over 6,000. I'tlra Klrrta Republican. Utlcn, N..Y.. November 7.?This city ilected a Republican Mayor by a ma orlty of 300. MeEnin In Lead. Albany, N. Y., November 7.?Early) ?eturns Indicate the re-election of. Mayor James B. McEwan, Republican, >y a substantial majority. Itrpnbllean nc-101rcted. Syracuse, N. Y., November 7.?Kd- I ward Schoeneck, RepViblican, le re- j elecfrf Mavor bv 14,790 votes, a plural Ity of 4,412. Socialist Victory Forecaot. Schenectady, N. Y.. November 7.? | Pre?<nt indications point to the e'.ec-| tlon of Rev. George R. Dunn, Socialist; candidate for Mayor, with the entire, city tlcKet and part of the county ; ticket toy pluralities reaching 1,800. Make Clean Sweep. Buffalo. N. V.. November 7.?RepUb- ? llcmis made practicaly a clean sweep III Bufful i and Fl ic county to-day. The principal candidates on the city ticket were elected by pluralities ranging from S.000 to 10,000. Sis of ihe nine Assemblymen elected are Republicans, with one in doubt. This is a Rcpub- I Hcftn gain of three seats In the Legis? lature. HepuhllranH Itesnln House, Xew York, Novembei 7. ? Returns from ail sections of the State on As- 1 senitdymen up to 10 P. M. show that Iii? Republicans have regained con? trol of the lower house of the Slate l>epislature by a sa.fe. majority. The. present Assembly is Democrat!.- by twenty-four majority. t'otnplrxlou of Annrmbl/. New Voik, November 7.? Returns re? ceived up to midnlKht from throughout the State on the Assembly (.lection in? dicate that the complexion of that body win be as follows: Republicans, iooj Democrats, a$; so? cialist. 1. Tills would 'mean a gain of 17 *eais for the Republicans and give 'h.-m a majority of 50. OhiO CITIES GO DEMOCRATIC Columbus. Cincinnati and Cleveland Give Decisive Pluralities. Columbus, <>., November 7?The Democrats were swept Into power In the thtee largest cities of Ohio to-day Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland returning: decisive Democratic plurali? ties. \ feature of the elections through, out the State was the laiue Socialist vote. In Columbus, Bby, the Socialist candidate for Mayor, according to early ' returns, was running a close race with Mayor Marshall, the Republican noml , nrf for FS.cond place, while George J. , Kerb. Democrat, had been elected by ; from 4.000 to 6,000 plurality. in Cincinnati Mayor Louis Schwab, j running for re-election, with the Re ' ptiblli nn indorsement, wan defeated by I Henry T. Hunt, Democrat, by probably e.two j In Cleveland Newton D. Haker. Dem I ocrat. and political' heir to the late I Tom I Johnson, was elected Mayor by probably 110,000, while practically the entire Democratic ticket la elected With him. in Toledo Brand Whltlock, Inde? pendent, has apparently been elecieu lor a fourth term by a plurality In the neighborhood or 2,000. Returns Favor Denao'crnls. Cincinnati, O., November ".?The Times-Star (Republican > says thai Henry T. Hunt, Democrat, probably Is elected Mayor of Cincinnati over Dr. Louis Schwab. Progressive Leads Gnrflrld. Painesvllle, O.. November 7.?Fletch er D. Mnlin. pledged Progressiva can? didate for delegate; to Ihn Ohio Con stiiutional Convention from Lake county in 1912, Is leading by 400 votes James It Gartleld, Secretary of the In terlor under President Roosevelt, wh- i refused to pledge himself. Cleveland Goes Democratic. Cleveland, O., November 7.?Cleve? land, which two years ago went Re? publican, electing Herman C. Baehr Mayor over the Tom Li. Johnson ticket, to-day returned to the Democratic fold, electing Newton D. Baker, Tom L I Johnson's political heir. Mayor over! Frank C. Hogon, Republican, by about ! Ifc.OOO majority. The entire Democratic city ticket won with the exception of live Coun- . cllmev Baker was City Solicitor during: the entire eight years of the Johnson re? gime. He favors equal votes for wo? men and Is pledged fi?r all progres? siv. Issues. In hi? campaign he de? clared for a municipal lighting plant, for municipal betterment generally und all the Issues tor which Johnson stood. Socialist* Cant Hin Vote. Cleveland. O., November The fea- | ture in the municipal contests through O?I the State is the larg'- socialistic ' vote, eight cities electing Socialist ' Mayors to-day. These cities uro ; l.otaln, St. Mary's. Martins Ferry,' Fostorta, Mt. Vermin. Barberton. ; Salem and Cuyahogo Falls. In Clinton it will take the official count to decide whether the- socialistic candidate or Turnhull, Democrat, is j elected, as. unofficially, Turnhull wins i by three votes. Leaders of the party here attribute the Increase In the socialistic vote to organized proselyting;. New Jersey REPUBLICANS GAIN Tfary Will Control Boib Branchen of New Jernry Legislature. Trenton, N. J., November 7.?Ruturns j at midnight Indicated tha'i the kepuu-1 I llcans will control both brunches of tne j Legislature next winter. Gloucester | county, which, according to early re? turns, was In dount, elected a Repub? lican Senator, and this will make in Senate amnd eleven Republicans to ten IJemocrats. The Assembly will bo made up of approximately thirty-eight Republicans vo twenty-two Democrats. Last year's Assembly conaisted of forty-iwo Dem ? oeratfl und eighteen Republicans, Tio- D.-mocrals elected about twelve. ? if their seventeen candidates for sher ' Iff. Tlie election for Assemblymen j showed gains of the Republicans In u numbi i ot counties that last full eluci - ed Democrats that were carried through by Governor Wilson on the connection with his candiuuoy for the governor , ship. i The counties that last winter had ; Democratic Assemblymen, but which I next year win be represented by tie publicans, are Bergen, fSss&s, Glouces? ter, Morris, Somerset und Union. The election is slgnlllcu.nl In the de? feat of u numbur ol then whose election was specifically advocated by Governor Woodrow V> lison lu the tour he made Oi the mute during the last few weeks, Among the detected Democratic can? didates is Slate Senator Ilariy S, OS borne, ol Bssex county. In whose bchuiA Governor Wilson made an appeal lo the voters in Bsaex uouuty in an ad I dress tiiat was publmnod yesterduy. I Governor Wilson asked for Mr. o? I borne s elei Don on the groufsd, that 1 iiie Senator iunt winter hud beem one of the strongest supporters of the Gov ei:. . policy. Another Wilson hup porter who was defeated wu? Assem biymuti Lumonte, of Somerset county, Who ran tof State Senator this time, and in whose behalf Governor Wilson mailt speeches In that count) last Sat? urday. The Republicans elected their entire Assembly ticket In Kssex county, whero the Democratic organizntlon,cundldules Wim nominated, und In whose bishalf Governor Wilson declined to go to, F.HHCX to speak Mouniouth County Drtuorrutlc. freehold, N. J., November 7.--Mon inoulh county went Democratic to-day, all the Democratic candidates appear log to have been elected. John W. Hlo liutu was elected Htute Souator and hit There Is OnSy One That 19 UMEO rue WORLD OVER TO OURE A OOLO IM OK? DAT. Always remember the full name. Look fIff for thia signature on every box 26o. %JTf T0\j?yTTOlf^* ; mer H. Goran and John R. Taylor. : Democrats, are ro-electod to tho As l ecmbly. Browning In lSlcctvd. Trenton. N. J., November 7?Returns I from tho First Congressional District : show that William J. Browning. Re I publican, was elected to Buccced the late Henry C. Loudenslagcr by from 3.000 to 1,000 majority. Rhode Island REPUBLICAN VICTORY ! G. O. I*. Seems lo Have Won All Aloiifc the Line In Rhode Inland. I Providence, R. L, November 7.?Re | turns ut midnight from more thanj half the Stute Iudicata a general Re-' j publican victory, (lo\ ernor Fnthlor be-' lug returned to otHce apparently by a greatly incrcasod plurality. With 10S lout of 184 voting precincts heard from,' the vote wus: Fothler, 21,110; Water? man (Democrat), 1?.?30. The same dls-! trlcts last year gave Pothler 18,850; : Waterman, 18,113. Tho Legislature will be largely Re? publican. Kentucky LANDSLIDE IN KENTUCKY j Democratic 'ticket Mrrrpt Into OUlcc by j More Tbuu '.'0,000. Louisville, Ky., November 7.?Ken-! tuctcy, for yours considered in the bal- i ance between tho Democrats und Re? publicans, to-day went back Into tho ranks of tho former In u landslide vic? tory. Returns up to 9:30 to-night indi? cated that .1.noes B. McCreary, Demo? cratic candidate for Governor, had been elected by from 20,00? to 40,000 major? ity. His opponent wub Judgo Edward C. O'Rear. Tho Herald and Post, both of which supported liio Republican ticket, con? ceded McCreary's election by 40.000, but figures taken from all sources hardly justify such an estimate. Tho returns have surprised even the most optimistic Democrats, most of whom sold tho election would be closo. A,s It is, the Republican majority of 7,000 by which tho present administra? tion went Into office was shattered, and the Democratic Stati ickot will go into office more strong y lud?rsed than has any ticket In years. The Herald to-morrow will attribute Republican defeat to what It considers unpopularity of present Republican national and State administrations in Kentucky. Neither party had a paramount issue, both stood for tho county unit prohlbl*! lion election plan and advancement ot. methods of governing State Institutions. Herald Concedes Drfeal. Louisville. Ky., November 7.?At 8 ' o'clock to-night the Herald. which supported the Republican Slate ticket, conceded defeat and announced the only thing In doubt was the Demo- j cratlc majorities. The Herald will say to-morrow morning; "An unpopular national and St.tlo, Republican administration was the I cause of the Democratic victory In j Kentucky." mile Jamen for Senate. Louisville. Ky., November 7.?One of the results of the conceded over- ] whelming Democratic victory |n Ken ttlcky la that a Democratic State Leg- ' Islature will he sure to elect Ollle James, now Congressman and Demo? cratic nominee for United States Sen? ator, to succeed Senator James Hi Poynter. I M ississippi SOCIALISTS STRONG They Poll Surprlnlngly Large Vote In MImhIhmIpI. Jackson. .Miss.. November 7.?As was accepted us a certainty before the Ends Catarrh No Stomach Dosing, Tragle Guar? antees Hyomei. the Old Re'iable Remedy Vou can get rid uf hawking, spilling, snuffles, discharge of mucut. and foul breath if you will only try. Vou ran get a complete HYOMEI (pro? nounce it High-o-me) outfit for $1,001 with a guarantee that if it does not end the misery of catarrh you can have your money hack. Catarrh is caused by germs, and the only way to kill these germs and forever banish catarrh is lo breathe HYOMEI, an antiseptic vaporized air that hundreds of thousands have used with wonderful success. Bear in mind that there is no cocaine, opium or other habit forming drug in HYOMEI; it is made of pure Australian Eucalyptus and other anti? septics. For catarrh, asthma, catarrhal deaf new, colds, croup and coughs HYOMEI has no equal. If you already own a HYOMEI inhaler you can get a bottle of HYOMEI for only 50 cents at Tragle ("o.'s :md drug? gists everywhere. Original Tanner Paint & Oil Co* Ut 1 au MO Bimk Main, Brazing or Cast Iron Richmond Machine Works, Inc Successors to MAYO IRON WORKS, INC. Mad. 1186. 2404 E. Main St. ' Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder cleanses, preserves and beauti? fies the teeth, prevents tooth decay and imparts purity' and fragrance to the breath, i election, Mississippi voters elected the entire Domocrutlc Stute ticket to-duy. The strength shown by the Socialist candidates however, was an extraor? dinary Incident. In the presidential election of 190X Socialist votes polled totaled ?'8; In I 1910 nt the congressional election, 1.600. To-duy lames T. Lester, can? didate for Lieutenunt-Governor, in op? position to Theodore O. Bilbo, Demo? cratic nomineo, if the ratio shown by meagre ligiirca at hand at midnight Is maintained, will have In excess of (5,000. Lester led his ticket, which was the only opposition to the Domocrutlc nominees. It Is estimate,! thnt not more than 40,000 votes were polled, about one third of a normal vote. Heavy Socialist Vote. .lucksoti. Miss., November 7.- -Kurly returns from to-day's election In ' Mississippi while Indicating; the usual Democratic victory for the entire Statu ticket, gives James T. Lester, j Soulallst candidate for Lieutenant Governor in opposition to Theodore G. i Bilbo, Democratic nominee, n heavier vote than anticipated. Missouri TaRgnrt Is elected. Kansas City, Mo., November 7.? Joseph A. Taggurt, u Democrat, to-day wuh elected to Congress irutn the Sec? ond Kansas District by u* majority es? timated at 1,200 votes over his Repub? lican oponcnt, Ulysses S. Quyer, to fill the uncxpti'ed term ot the late Repub? lican Congressman. A. C. Mitchell. Mitchell carried the district In 1910 by 3,430 over John Cnldwull, Demo? crat. > Democrats May Win. Kaunas City, Mo.. November 7.? Ear ly returns from to-day's congressional election In the Second Kunsus District for the sent of the late A. C. Mitchell, Progressive Republican; indicate the election of Joseph A. Taggart. Demo? crat, by a small majority. Pennsylvania Looks Safe for Carle. Philadelphia, Pa.. November 7. ? Re turns from 672 cloeVfon divisions of the 1,197 In the city give. K?rle, Republican, a majority over Blankenburg, Reform? er, of 8,816. These figures point to the election Of Barlo .by .from 16,000 to 20,000 ma? jority. The remainder of the Republl ?an ticket Is apparently elected by i about the same majority. / Earle's Majority t.olng. Phlladclphle, November i.? Karle'a majority has been reduced to less than 2.000. The missing divisions arc in strong Independent wards, and Karle'? majority may he entirely wiped out. i Victory for niankenhurg. Philadelphia. Pa., November S.?The' North American at 1:<S o'clock tills morning announced that Rudolph Blankenburg, the war horse of reform." I had been olected Mayor over George IL Karle. Jr.. Republican. It waa stated that tha ofllco of United" States I Senator Penrose admitted that Blank-' chburg had been elected by betwten 300 and 1,000 majority. Blanicenbu.g was nominated by the Democratic and Key ?tone purtles, and the. tight he made will be memoruble f. r years to come, j New Mexico Both Claim Election. Albuquerque, N. M? November 7.? I Burium, Republican, and McDonald, !. Democrat, for Governor, both claim \ election on meagre early returns. Albuquerque and Las Vegas, both or? dinarily strongly Republican, however, ! are conceded to the Democrats, the ! former by 7u0 and the latter by 200. j It seems safe to predict ;? Republican I Legislature, which will elect two' United States Senators, hut the Demo- i ernts apparently have excellent chance | of electing a State ticket and Con? gressmen. Illinois Divide the JudRrnhtps. Chicago, November 7.?Return* from half of the 1,197 preelliets In to-day's Cook county judicial election Indicate the Republicans and Democrats di? vided evenly the ton Superior Court judgcshlps, und that the Democrats elected the one circuit judge. A higher pay for the Judges proposition wus defeated. Maryland la Doubt ?t Mldnlftht. Baltimore, Md., November 7.?The American, Republican, in an extra, cov? ering the election situation up to mid? night, declares that the early returns from Baltimore and estimates from the counties would indicate, that Goldsbor ough. Republican, hud been elected Governor by about 6,000 plurality. The Sun, Democrat, says that the re turns from Baltimore and the counties up to the same hour were not sufficient to Indicate the results either on the Stute or city tickets. Hanau Claims Hinte. Baltimore. Md., November 7.?Repub? lican State Chairman J, B. Hanna claims the State for Goldsborough, Re? publican candidate for Governor, based on small Republican gains In the city I and State. Republican* In<? return Vote. Baltimore, Md., November 7.?Thirty-nine precincts In Baltlmore out of 3'Jl Rive Ooldi Imrough, Republican, for Governor, 1,473; Gorman, Democrat, 3.S13. Of the countlo* heard from th? Repub? licans have carried Caroline and Carroll, which four yeara ago gave l.'rothera, Dem? ocrat, for Governor, a majority. Compared with the vote of four years ago the llcpuullcani have Increaard their ma? jorities In the Republican counties and have miito gains In Ihr Democratic coun? ties. California UNION LABOR LOSES Retnrna Indicate Victory for Munlelpnl Conference Candidates. San Francisco, Novomber 7.?Scatter? ed returnB from the municipal election to-day Indicate a victory for the muni? cipal conference candidates for super? visors over the union labor candidates. The conference represented the Demo? cratic, Republican and good govern? ment parties. This coalltf?n was vic? torious on September 26, .when a dl rect primary elected James Rolpb for the mayoralty over J. H. McCarthy, union labor, by a majority vote. Qrcatent Interest to-day centred in tho light between Hawthorne, confer? ence candidate, and Charles M. Flokcrt, union labor Incumbent, for District At? torney. Kichert hod led In tho primar? ies, but to-night's returns showed tho result In doubt. The only other election In California to-day was at Sacramento, where M. It. Beard, Democrat, was re-elected Mayor. Allen Stewart, the Socialist candidate, ran ahead of Frank Sutllff, Republican. South Carolina Col. Ornee In Lead. Charleston, S. C, Novoir.bor S.?At l) o'clock this morning Colonel John P, Grace! ?reined to have a innjorltv of ?4. lacklnx I J< of a majority in the eorftoat for Mayor In this oily. A lttruo numbnr of challenged I votes, however, will havo lo bo pained upon' hy tho committee. Sixteen out of 12 pro- j clncts have been hfttrd from. DECISIVE VICTORY FOR ALVAK MARTI? In Face of Great Fight Is Re Elected Clerk of Circuit Court of Norfolk County. Norfolk, Va., November 7.?Alvub it. Martin, Republican National Com mltteeman from Virginia, won a do Clslve victory at homo to-day, wher In the face of a great light with Ktati issues drawn, he was re-elected clor* of the circuit Court of Norfolk coun- , ty hy a majority of more than 600 OVel ! : li Democratic opponent. C. W. Cole- j ? I, tvh'o tailed to poll as many vote? - ho received in the Democratic pri? mary. The vote was not tis heavy as had been anticipated. The Strnlghtoutl dl<l not poll as many voles as they did In the primary. Chargoa of Irregularities are report? ed, and a contest 1? possible, ulthougli th<> Stralghtouts would not discus; what their action will be. Both aider worked har,j all day to get out Un? votes, and personal encounters wer<> j narrowly averted In neveral precincts Very Utile Interest was taken in th< ' election for members of the Leglsln ture and a clerk of the ClU circuit Court in this city to-day. There was .only one ticket In tho field, and nut' over 1,200 votes were cast. The only surprise was the jppear | ance of th? nurnu of Laurenco Warring ' as the candidate for clerk of the City Circuit Court Not a word hud been printed in tile newspapers aoout acun tiittate tor tnis oince being voted lor us It was generally understood that the torm oi Mr, Warring uiu not ex plro uuni ijIj. '1 iic tail, remembered ,>u act ol ttlu Legislature ol 1*0) cnunging the daiu to mil, and nieo iiuticu oi his candidacy and got ma name on the buitpl witnuut ictiing out tue secret, and, thereoy won ins re? election lor a term ol eignt years without opposition. Witn return's trom one precinct missing, in. himorsou Land has a lead ot 2s votes over E. a. Keitum tot clerk of tue eouit of Frlnvuss Aunt county. ?ho missing product v. .,; prooably Increus? Dr. Laua s majority to aoout sixty. Tile returns snow Dr. I,as r* elVed 6?1 vuu-s and Ml. Keilaui 52S. 'j'lie contest was the bitterest hi the history Ol tn..- county, and It is pretty certain that Mr. Keitum, the itepuollcan incumbent, wiii contest tho election. TAME IN CHtSTtKFIELD Party \umlum Go liimugh Without Mgu of Opposition. With no opposition to the nominee.) ol the Democ.auo primary ot cepiom- j ber ?, out few ol the citizens of Cues- j lernt,d county look the irvbio lo go to tne polls yesterday. The tollowlug tiekei \>as elected; House of Delegates, W. W. itaker: | floater, W. K. Ivuy. Common wealth's Attorney, Husktus Hobson. Treasurer, D. m. walker, Cierk, i\ V. Cogbi.i. Sheriff, W. C. Gill. OBITUARY Urs. '-nine Ambroeaelll. Mrs. Salllc Ainbrossolil. wife of J. I M Amhrosscllt, Of Ills North Twenty third Street, died yesterday aiternoon about ? o'clock at her home. She . leaves. besides her husband, one daughter; Miss Qladyg Ambrosseltl; four sisters, Mrs. W. H. Matthews, of New Jersey; Mrs. M. L. Huff, Of Charleston, \V. Vu.; Mrs. C. L. Amall, of Richmond, and Miss ljiura living, of Richmond. The funeral will tak-_ place to-morrow afternoon at r, SO o'clock from the Vjenabie Btreet Bap? tist Church. Iniermenl will :>e mudo in Oakw>jod Cemetery. Crawford Miller. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Salisbury, N. C, November ,".?One ?". Rowan's oldest and most highly re speclcd'citizens passed away yyterdsx when Crawford Miller died at ills home near Salisbury. He was seventy-four years old, was a Confederate veteran and was greatly liked. He wob at the head of a large and well-known family and leaves a wide circle of friends and acquaintances. Mr*. Joseph firaham. William A. Graham. Jr.. wai culled to Charlotte. N. C. yesterday by a tele? gram announcing the death of his aunt, Mrs. Joseph Graham, widow dt Dr. Jo? seph Graham, fo. years one of the lead? ing physicians of his State. MrF. Gra? ham leaves two children. Dr. William A. Graham, of Charlotte and Mrs. Gco. Fltzslmmons, of Buffalo, N. Y. Minn Addle Henry. [Special to TheTlmcs-Dispatch.] Salisbury, N. C. November 7.?Mlsa Addle St\ry. aged twenty-eight years, died at her home In Salisbury Sunduy afternoon following a brief illness. She was n member of Holmes Memorial Molhodlst Church, and the funeral was conducted by thu pastor. Rev. C. M. Short. W. M. Lamb. Chorlottesvllle. Va.. November 7.? W. M. Umb, uge<i sixty-one, died yes? terday nt his homo near Milltnglon, this county, after on Illness of threo weeks. He was a native of Greene IN MEM0RIAM BOULDrN?In the death of CHARLES BEDFORD BOULD1N. which occur? red at his home. Woodland, near Drake's Branch, In Charlotte county. Va., on the 22d of August, 1911. the community In which he lived has sustained the loss of a good citizen, a true friend, a kind neighbor. Conspicuous among his character? istics was his truthfulness. I bo lluve It was absolute. His courage was undaunted and his high Bonse of honor and Justice nover swerved nn lota In all his business transac? tions. Yet he was ? tunder-hearled and sympathetic and a benefactor of , tho poorer classes around him, both white and colored. Mr. Bouldln possessed In a marked degree the attributes of the old-tlmo Virginian. He loved his State, her history and trndltlons, tho family tree of the Bouldlns, his land, his old home?all these he loved with tho conservatism of the old school. My friend has gone forth from the circle of this life Into tho splendors of an eternal morning, and tho au? thor of this tribute counts his ac? quaintance with this man among tho choicest of his experiences. No truor, braver heart aver lived. He has left behind him the best legacy man can bequeath to man, the gift of a true, upright life. October 14. 1911. F1DKLE8. It's Selling Like Hot Cakes At 1Q T * Copy Publisher's Price 50c per copy The New ond Wonderful ne?crlptlvr March! "Napoleon's Last Charge" Arranged by E. T. PAUL (formerly ot Richmond), composer of the famous "Ucn Hur Chariot Race" March, etc. This new composition should he on every piano rack in Richmond. It is in? spired by the Rrcat battle of Waterloo, and the music unfolds the stirring events of this notable battle with vivid and in? tense effect. You can hear the bugle calls, soldiers marching, cannonading, horses galloping, clash of arms, death in niinkcn trenches and the panic stricken army in rout and defeat. Positively one of the greatest man hau ever written. This week only 19c a copy. SUCCESSORS CABLE PIANO CO. 213 EoM Broad. county, and Is survived by his wli'u und eleven children. Mrs. B. J. Austin. Churlott<BVillo, November 7 Ml S. J. Austin, wife ot J. W. Auktln, died this mommy at her home near Prof lit, lined rifty-elght years. Mrs. Aus? tin was the daughter of the late H <? Austin, and Is survived by five chil? dren?Misses Mary, Resale and Mar? guerite, und Mr.?. j. y. early, of Al betnarle, and H. O. AUI tin, of Rich? mond. Mr*. Mary Hun Grove. I Spi e,ul in The Tllh* r-Dispatch, i Winchester. V... Nov mber Mrs. Mary Huff tlfa. , . ars bid. Wife of Oliver p. Grov< md daughter of the late Frederick h Rosenbe/gef', died to-day. She leaves her husband mother, one brother mid tlna.- sinters DEATHS TOMDIN BON?Died. November .. Ittll at -l P. M.. ul residence of hie daugh? ter, ioo North '/hlrty-fourth 8trc?t. \VM. TOMLINSON, In ills fifty-ninth year. Funeral services from his resi? dence, |3| North Msrrhnll Avenue. Norfolk. V.l.. THURSDAY MORNING nt U o'clock. Wilmington. Del., paper.- pleasl copy. MONROE? Died, ;.t 2 o'clock Tueada >, November 7. 1911, at the residence <>" hor husband. 1217 West Cary Street. MUS M. T. MONROE Funeral notice Inter. McCREHAN?Died, suddenly, Novem? ber S. 1011. nt 10:16 P. M.. nt hlrt residence, go? North Thirtieth Street, JOHN McC REH AN, in his seventy fifth year. He leaves u son, J, F. Mt Crehan, Of Akron. O.. and a daughter. Mrs. Walter Powers; one itrandchlld. Ductile Powers. Funeral Will take place tioin SL Patrick's Church WEDNESDAY MORNING at 10 o'clock. Friend and acquaintances invited. Interment Mount Calvary. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A 3 T O R I A Don't Persecute your Bowels Ort oat ettWtc* *nJ Mrt?df TW tn html k-.ri)-)?vnacctcurr. 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