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DAYAT JAMESTOWN First Dead Heat Is Run Over Course?Ryan's Daingerfield a Winner. Jamestown. Va., November 7.?The card of six races at ihe Jamestown Jockey Club to-day was marked by features and surprises. The Srst dead heat over this course was run to-day. Thomas F. Ryan's entry, Daingerth Id, ran a slashing race and scored the most decisive victory of the meeting. Sum? maries: First race?purse $260; three-year-j olds and up; ? furlongs?Ben Loyal, H5j (Nolan), even. 1 tp 3, out. won by fouri length*. Ragman, i"* (Peak), 7 to 2. 6 to 6, 3 to ?, aecontl; Mexoaria, to.s (Bruce), 4 to 1. t, to :-. 1 to -. third.; Time,. 1:14. The Golden Butterfly,! Fair Miss. Patrick S., and J. H. Hough-1 ton ran. Second race?-purse J~f"". two-year olds, 6 1-2 furlongs?Eton Blue. 1U (Burns), 11 to 7 to 10, out. won by two lengths; Chrysels, in (Butwell). 4 to 5. out. second; Vflld W ted. 109 (Peak. 8 to 1, 3 to 1, S to 5, third. Time. 1:09 4-5. Pecasta, Loathly Lad>. Llectric. Kate K. ran. Third race?purse $200; three-year olds and up. i 1-2 furlongs?t oonty K-. 10S (Peak). 7 to 3, ?'? to S. 1 to 2. won by a length; All Bed, lit (Burns). 9 to 5, 4 to 5. out. second; Port Worth, 102 (McCahey), 7 to 2. tl to .". out. third. Time. 1:09 1-5. Hand Running. Boh dHRii. Mlndlnette, Moncrlef also ran. -- Fourth race?Atlantic Handicap, mile nnd a furlong?Sag or. 101 (Burns). 11 to 6, 1 to 4. out. and ldlcwetss, 95 (Mc Cabe), S to I, 4 to 5, out (dead heat); Senuroup, 107 (McCahey), 13 t-j 1". 1 to i, out. Time, 1:56. Thro-- starters Fifth race?purse $350; two-year olds; 7 furlongs?Dalngerlletd, U7 (Mc. Xrityre), 3 to 1. s to o, 3 to won by sixteenth; Wood Dove, 102 (S hutting er), 6 to 1. : to 1. 4 to 6, stcond; (Wt, in* (Nolan). 2 to 1. 4 to 5. out, third. Time. 1:30 2-B. Stairs. Dorothy TV, Red Jacket, Chllton Trance. Avernus, Silin,! Princess also ran. Sixth race ? purse IG?e. thrce-yer.r-, olds and up. mile and a quarter- -Mlch-| sei Angclo. 1U7 (Forehand). 2 to 1, 3 to: 6, out, won by a length; Helene, 104 (McCabe), S to 1, 3 to 1. l to 3. second; Nudzu, l?n (Byrne), 3 to 1. ) 10 out. third. Time, 2:11 2-5. Oullaii, Seeonke also ran. Hnirle? for To-Day. First race?selling, three-year-olds and up, six furlongs?'Double Five, H'C; Thirty. 101; Edwin I... 109: ?Penny Royal. Oolccnda, 106; .loo Galtrns. I""; Sherwood, 115. Second rar?-?selling, hurdle, four, year-olds and up. two miles?l>r. Heard. Sam Ball. 183; Black Bridge, Vllhalla. 144. Llr.-ie Flat. 136. Third raco?selling, two-year-olds, five furlongs?Klttery, ?Muxentlus, 102; Mileage. Normi Girl, ?'?; *Orp herth, "Promised Land. 94; Sadie Sha? piro. 107; Coming Coon, 105. Fourth race?Fairfax Handicap, three-year-olds and up. one mile? Bob R.. 105; Busy, 104; Spellbound, ?7; Husky Lad. SO; Madrlgallan. 100. Fifth race?selling, three-year-olds' and up, live and a half furlongs?1 ?Minnie Bright. Ofi; Moncrlef, 108; Stanley S. 90; *Mon Ami, 103; Wood lander, Jennie Wells, 101; 'Chllton Squaw, 100. Sixth ract-?sellng. three-year-olds and up. ore and one-sxteenth mles? ?The Goid-n Butterfly, Servicence, 108; ?Eddie Graney, Cu Bon. 10.V. 'Mont? gomery, 111. ? Apprentice allow ance of five ! pounds claimed. AMUSEMENTS , Academy?Aborn Oprra Company, In Ihe Uobemlan fiirl." BIJou?-The Millionaire Kid." Anntber Artistic Courert. At the last festival of the Wednt-s- | day Club thai w.:s held In the Acad? emy of Music, Claude Cunningham was I the baritone whs sang so simple and exquisitely the wonderful music it the Voice of ''hrist if - Cesar Franck's ''Beatitudes;" at. fh.e. first series of concerts of that* organization given In the City Auditorium "Mine. C..rinne Rider-Kelsey was the soprano chosen to sing with Damrosch'a Orchestra the lilting beauty of Thomas's "The Swan and the Sky Lark;" . r.d last night. : at the thlid ?>: Mr l;:i.:. .:??>??,. (. ... lar-prleed series, we heard both of there artists. One wonders how he I does It but he does. Mme. Rlder-Kolsey'a w.rfc is so w?U known here that extended comment or, her tinging last night is unnecessary. Thoroughly a musician, she sang with s method and breath control that rnadf- one feel always certain that every run. every Interval; *\'ry phrase, would be taken Smoothly; evenly and surely. Thouch at her best, to my mind, In oratorio or cantata, she snng many of her songs in a manner that d< lighted the audience, After Downing'* Jen'." the applause was so insistent that Mme. Rldcr-Kel ey was compelled to respond with ? encore, dcll'Acqua's ''Chsnsou Proven? cal," which she s.itig with such rral charm that the audience made hot sing it sgstn. Mi. Cunningham has r. voice of rar? beauty. Its quality I? so peculiarly soft ;i- t" remind on' ol the lower tones of some greal tenor, though Lit voice i? a pure baritone, rich and round. While his slfiglng of Huhn'i "Invlctus" was both drumath und ,:? fect'v* and won 1.1m an enthusiastic encore, nlr lecrato is so unusually smooth 6:el beautiful is to form 'h< most valuabh item in hib equipment as a singer. Not one low'voned man In a tv> isand could VVoodfs len? der little "Dream Boi d , ,v..;y In a whisper oh a high rion - this man did. H he lack prbf.uiidliy, th'; singular and.-perfect quality oj .Ms voice more than overbalances Its scarcely noticeable ubsence. And' flrnillv, his enunciation i beyond crltj. clem, and l.i seems to breathe t every now and then, not us thouhg II ?were ever necessary. The accompaniments of Charles Rob Come fully equipped. "Ask experienced motorists why this Is an advantage" KoRD AUTO CO., 16*9 W. Broad St, t-ert Biker added no little to the gen? eral excellence of the recital. \V. D. O. I The new "llohrmfnn Girl." j Containing exquisite lyric gems, In I eluding the line old songs, '"Then Vouil remember Me," "1 Dreamt 1 Dwelt In Marble Halls." ?The Mean Bowed Down," combined with a full grand Iopera performance and a stage specta? cle of great magnitude and novel up i to-,late features, figure In an elaborate ! revival of the I'urlS version of Balfc's great IjtIc drama. "The Bohemian Girl." winch is to be presented at the Acadeni} to-night and Thursday and Thursday matinee by the Aborn Opera Company. The bip production Is said to enlist an ensemble of 100 artists, with solo cast chords, corps do ballet and or? chestra of grand operu' strength, and Introduced In the nighty spectacular features of the work are a troupe of real Tsganl or gipsy acrobats, trouba? dours, dancing Kirls. fortune tellers, a cavalcade of hor.-es and seven sixty foot carloads of gorgeous and massive scenery. MEMBERS-ELECT ?F LEGISLATURE stale Senate by lllatrlet*. I. Washington, Smyth and city of' Bristol?D, C. Cummlngs, Ablngdon, Democrat. C. Scott. Lee and Wise?Jchn H. Ca-J tron. BIb Stone Gap. Republican . S. Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell and Tatewell? 4 Roanoke county, Montgomery and cities Of Roahoke and Radford?John M. Hart. Roahoke, Democrat. 5, Giles. Bland. Pulaskl and Wythe? Dr. A. G. Crockett. Max Meadows, Dein- j 6, Carroll, Grayaon and Patrick?| Edmund Parr, Mu.irt. Republican. 7, CrnlK. Uotctourt, Alleghany. Uath and city of Clifton r'or?c?W. A. Bine hart, Covlngton, Democrat. S. Rocklncham?John Paul, Harris? on burp. Republican; 9. Augusta, Highland and city of ; Staunton?Edward Echols, Staunton.' - emocrat. 1". Shenandoah. Frederick and city, of Winchester?F. S- Tavenner, Wood- : stock. Democrat. II, Fauquler and Eoudoun?George Latham Fletcher, Warrcnton. Democrat. j 12. Clarke. Page and Warren?Black? burn Smith. Berryvllle, Democrat. 13. Spotsylvanla, Stafford. Louisa and citv ot Fredericksburg?R. C. L Moncure, Falmouth, Democrat. 14. Alexandria county, Prince William, Fairfax and city of Alexandria?R j Ewell Thornton. Fairfax. Democrat. It Cuipeper, Madison. Rappahannock and Orange?C. T. Bowers, Cuipeper. Democrat, I 16. Goochlar.d. Powhatan and CheB- j terf.e'.d?John B. Watklns, Midlothian,' Democrat. IT. Albemarle, Greene and city of! Charlottesville?Nathaniel B. Early, Jr.. j Da wsonvllle. Democrat. li. Appomattox. Buckinsham, Flu vanna and Charlotte?Sands Gayle, Buckingham. Democrat. 1?. Amhersf and Nelson?Bland Mas sie. Tyro. Democrat. 20. Campbell and city of Lynchburg? I Howell C. Featherston, Lynchburg, I Democrat. 21. Hallfax?H. A. Eiimnndson, Hous ton, Democrat 21!. Bedford. Rockbridge and city of j Buenu Vista?J. Randolph Tucker, Bed- : ford, Democrat. 23. Plttsylvanla, Henry and city of Danville?W. A. Garrett. Rldgeway, Democra t. 21. Plttsylvanla and city of Danville ?George T. Rlson, Chatham, Demo? crat. 25. Mecklenburg and Brur.swlck?i W. D. Blanks, Democrat. 26. Franklin and Floyd?V. M. Sow- | der, Floyd, Republican. 2T. Greenesville, Sussex. Surry and, Prince George?A. R. HobbE, Dlspu tanta, Democrat 2S. Nottoway. Amelia. Lunenburg. Prince Edward and Cumberland?R, K Brock. Farmvllle, Democrat. '23. Dlnwlddle and city of Petersburg ?P. H. Drewry. Petersburg. Democrat.. Isle of Wight, Southampton, Nan semond and city of Suffolk?J. E. West. Suffolk. Democrat. Si. Norfolk cl!y?John A. Lesner, Democrat. BS. Caroline, Hanover and King Wil? liam?Churles ?. Gravatt, Port Royal. Democrat. 3 Norfolk county and city of Ports mouth?Samuel Tilden Montague, j Portsmouth, Democrat oi. Klr.K George, Richmond. West-' rr.or?lan'i, Lancaster and Nnrthumber- ' land~C. Harding Walker, Heatbsvllls, I Democrat. Henrlco, New Ken*. Charles City, j James city and city of Williamsburg? I. its 0, Wendehbut-g, Richmond, Dem | ocrat 36 Elizabeth City, York, Warwick I . rid cities of Newport News and Hump \xon W. Holt, Newport. News, j >n?Saxon emocrat. a striae Northampton and Prm-! ??? Ann??G Walter Mapp, Democrat.' SS. Richmond city?E. C Folke? and ! .. C. Harn.an Democrats Z's. King and Q leen. Middlesex, Eiset, ilour.ester and Mathews?John R. i launders, Saiuda, Democrat Mouse of Deleitattea. Accnrhad?J. Harry Hew, Parksley, Albemarle and Charlottesville?John While, Charlottesville Democrat; Samuel M. i':,g-; North Garden Dern Al< (Aridria city and county?Robln ? r: Moncure,, Alexandria. Democrat. Allegheny iir.i Cralg?N. E. Hpes said. New Castle, Democrat. Arnhcrst?-Walter p !.:i.b?ie. Band Th3 Leading Leader IT PAYS to ask for the bottle with ih$ SILVER LEAF LABEL. You're sure of getting vom money' worth, you know. "The Taste Tells." 100 cafes in Richmond II it. FRANK MILLER Distributor. ' Irtge's. Democrat. Appomattox?T. J. Stratton, Spout Spring Democrat Amelia and Nottowoy?W. A. Land, Blackstone, Democrat Augusta and Staunton?James L Kemper staunton. Democrat: J. F. I Templeton, Waynesboro, Democrat. I Bath, IllKhland, Buena Vista and Bockbridge?John \V. Stephenson, Warm Springs. Democrat Bedford?DuvaS ltndford. Forest Do ' pot. Democrat: Paul Bargumin. Bed? ford City, Democrat. Botetourt?C. M. Lunslord, Fincastle,. Democrat. Brunswick?H B MoSfiley, Ebony. Democrat. Buckingham and Cumberland?A. J. Terrell. .New Canton, D*cinoerat Campbell?A. B. Martin. Concord, Democrat. Caroline?s H. Evans, Uuineys, Democrat. Carroll? Charlotte?Berkley D. Adams. Ked OtlK, Democrat. Chesterfield?... W. Baker, Halls bo ? Democrat. Chesterileld and Powhatan?\V, S Ivey, Petersburg, B. F. v.. Democrat. Clarke and Warren?Aubrey G. Weaver, Front Royal, Democrat Culpeper?Alden Bell. Culpcper, Dem? ocrat. Dlckenson and Wise?John W. Chalk ley, lua stone Cap. Democrat Dtriwlddle?Thomas E. Clarke. Suth? erland. Democrat, Elisabeth City tin,. Hampton?Harry R Houston. Hampton. Democrat. Fairfax?Walter Tansill Oliver, Fair? fax. Democrat. Fauquler?W. N. Tiffany, The Plains. Democrat. Fauquler nnd Loudoun?John Orr ' Daniel. Leesburg, Democrat Floyd?J. A. L. Sutphm, Amos. Re? publican. Franklin ? Daniel A. Klnsey, Boone'S Mills. Democrat Frederick and Winchester?Richard Evelyn Byrd, Winchester, Democrat. Giles and Bland?Martin Williame, Pcarisburg, Democrat. Gloucester?John N. Tabb, Zanoni. Democrat. Goochland and Fluvnnna? Grayson? Halifax?Joseph Stcbbins, South Boston. Democrat; Dr. S. T. A. Kent, Ingram. Democrat. Hanover?W. B. Walton. Ashland, Democrat. llenrteo?C. W. Throckmorton, Rich? mond. Democrat. Henry?George L Bichardson. Ax- ' ton. R. F. D., Democrat. Isle of Wight?J. B. Jordan, Smith rleld. Democrat King and Queen and Essex?F. W. J1 Smith. Blscoe, Democrat. King William and Hanover?W. A. Willeroy, Richmond, Democrat. Lancaster and Richmond?Robert O. Norrls. Jr., Lively, Democrat. l.ee? Loudoun?Keith B. Wise. Leesburg, Democrat I.ou.sa?James Baker, independent. Luncnburg?S. H. Love, Kenbrldge, ' Democrat. Lynchburg?Tipton D . Jennings. Democrat Madison nnd Greene?John C. L'tz. Madison, Democrnt Matthews and Middlesex? Mecklenburg?F. B. Roberts. Chaso City. Democrat. Montgomery and Radford? Nansemon-1?R. L Brewer, Jr., Suf? folk. Democrat. Nelson?James T. Harvey. Bryant, Democrat. Newport News?E. W. MUstead, Democrat. New Kent, Charles City, James City, Tork, Warwick nnd WlUlamsburg?Dr. H. U. Stephenson. Toano. Democrat. -Norfolk city?Dnniel Coleman, Dem? ocrat: B. A Banks, Democrat. Norfolk county?C. L. Old. James? town Exposition Grounds, Democrat; G. A. Peek. Port Norfolk. Democrat. Northam; asm and Aecomac?William Bullttt Fitzhugh, Machipongo. Demo? crat Northumberland and Westmoreland? Thomas Brown. Hague, Democrat. Orange?T. K. Rowe. Rlioadsvtlle, Democrat. . Fuge and Rappahannock?W. J. Browning. Flint Hill. Democrat. Patrick?S Tyler Rakes, Elamsvllle, Democrat. Plttsvlvanla and Danville?W. N. Brown. Danville, Democrat; C W. An? derson. Chatham, Democrat; J. W. Gregory. lava. Democrat. Petersburg?Robert Gilliam. Jr, Democrat. Portsmouth?W. G. Parker, Demo? crat. Princess Anne?J. T. Malbon. Prln cess Anne. R. F. D.. Democrat. Prince F.dward?W. H. Ewlng, Me herrin. Democrat Prince Williarn?C. J Meetze, Brla tow. Democrat Pulaskl?Thomas L T?te, Draper, Democrat. Richmond city?Edwin P. Cox. James J. creamer. John A. Curtis, John S. Harwood. Hill Montague. Democrats. P.oanoko city?William Watts. Dem? ocrat. Roanoke county?A. M. Bowman, Salem, Democrat. Rockbrldge and Buena Vista?Hugh M. White, Lexington, Democrat I'.ockinghom? Russell? Scott?-M. P. Taylor, Republican. Shenandoah? Smyth?J. H. Wilson, Atkins. Repub? lican. Southampton?L J. Bain. C'apron, Democrat. tsylvanla and Frederlcksburg? C. P.. Coleman, Marye, Democrat. Stafford and King George?Whit D Peyton. Frederleksburg, R. v D., Democrat. Burry and Prince George?W. Stan , ley Burt. Democrat - ii and Greenesvllle?Thomas ft Howerton, Waverly, Democrat. Tazewell and Buchanan ? Washington and Bristol? Wythi?W. O. Moore, Wythevllle, Demo' r at. 1'nlmrr liierte,I Treusnrer. iSi tcptl to Tne Tjir.rs-Dlspatch. ] Wesi Point, Va., November i. -Com plete returns from West Point nnd Lanesviile Precincts show the follow . . For House, Willroy. II1 a; I foi -.rate Gravatt, 2iS; for Common Utorney, H I Lewis, 220. no I Bon. t'T Bupervlso-r. B. Turner, position; for sheriff. Will Ncal, Palmer, who was opposed for treasurer by J. W. Fox, received a ma? jority in the county of 209. Wlthnut Opposition. tfipdeial t'< The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Lynchburg, Vau, November 7.?A. B. Martin for House of Delegates in Campbell county, war, elected to-day without opposition. All of the Camp? bell candidates nomlnst-'! for county ' offices in '.he September campaign had no opposition. The vote was very light. For t omptil>nrr Education. 'Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) Lynchbhrg, Va., November 7.?By a vote of ?tc to 111. Lynchburg to-day voted In favor of compulsory education, being the first city In Virginia to pass 1 nr.? the question, under a law now nearly two years old. The question ved ?" Increase tho vote, hut oven 1 then It was not more than 20 per cent. of th. qualified list. I If C Featherston, for the Senate, and T. D. Jennings, for the House, wcro I ejected without opposition. contributes mightily to the success of the social affair. Its fine, appealing, neutral flavor is ap? proved by all, while its unvarying purity is the ^T^^^tik best of guarantees against reaction. Try.today. jgrl^/M, ^^^^ a Richmond,Va. | BLU ES LOSE CON TEST THROUGH FUMBLING Medical College Gains \ ictory When Soldiers Make Many Miscues? Home Guards Carry ball to VV ithin bight of Goal on Several Occasions, but Unable to Carry It Over. Surprising even their most ardent supporters by the display of football knowledge on their part, the men mak? ing up the eleven representing the; Richmond Light Infantry Blues, went; town to defeat yesterday atternoon be? t?re the Medicai College of Virginia,! largely through an element of luck| niiich favored the sawbones. Yes, there were other causes. I""r: instance, fumbles at ciltlcal moments' kept the soldiers from scoring on at; east two occasions. 13ut both scores tor the Meds. came as a direct result' :>f the smiles from the tickle lady. Not, \ large crowd was out to witness the ?outest, but those on hand took ad? vantage of the occasion and evidenced lung power of undoubted capacity. Unless one happened to see the game, however, one Is unable really to gauge the pluck of the Blues. Pitted against it team which has had several more weeks advantage Of training. and which was made up of several ex-stars, the militiamen withstood nearly every onslaught of their better trained op-! ponents and really gained far more ground. Their style of attack was quick and snappy, and the sturdy line of the Green and White gave way on several! occasions before this attack Just n Trifle Green. Naturally the Blues showed lack of knowledge of the game, and It Is to: this lack of knowledge that the Meds. can point for their victory. Both do-[ fenstvely and offensively, the Blues have the making of a great team. It must be remembered that nearly all of the men are green, or have been, out of college for a number of years.; This lack of training told at critical j moment?. * The Mods, were placed on the defen-| slve early in the first period, when Word, for the soldiers, repeatedly tore' off eight, ten and fifteen yards. Wheri the Sawbones line held, or the ends managed to stop one of the wide endi runs. Richardson's toe could be relied upon for a good forty yards. The: period ended with the ball on the White and Green eight-yard line, in the sol-; dlers' possession, but It was third down. L'nable to gain ihe goal, the ball| went over and Schenck kicked to safe-i ty. A fumble then gave the ball to] the Meds. on the soldier's fifteen-yard Notch COLLAR Easy to put on, easy to take off, easy to tie the tie in. Cln?n. feabcxiy & ' cmpany. Makers. Troy, N. T The buyer who knows the differs I a automobiles will own a Jones Motor Car Co. Allen Ave and Broad Straa. 1 n OUNCES OF QUALITY ID IN EVERY POUND Motor Car For 30 Years the Ilotiae of Quality. Straus. Gunst & Co., Distiller* and Illender* of line Whiskeys. Drink Old Henry Ita bong Record Proves! It" Merit. ........ a. t?!d lor Life." RICHMOND MOTOR CO., lac, 313 West Main, Ilm?, a perfect forward pass was made I: from Long to Schenek and the first score ol the game resulted. Thou the rx-Willlum and Mary captain and tjuarter back kicked an easy goal. , The third and fourth perio<l all be- , longed to the soldiers. Word and | Chambers carried the ball well, and had the oval In sight of the goal in the third (|uarter when it was lust ?n a fumble. The ends of the Green and While were unable to stop the Pia: s Word especially distinguishing him-! self by tearing off thirty and forty; yards. But within the shadow 01 the goal a fumble would occur and the chance to score be lost. I.nftf. Touehdowu I.ucky. The last score for the victors came1 In the last minute of play. The ball was In the centre of the Held, where It rested ut the end of the third period. Schency dropped back to kick, but no one covered for the punt. He booted the leather high over the heads of the soldiers secondary defense, which was playing up miles too close, and the ball went over the goal line, a soldier fumbling, anil Schenek himself fell on: It and then klrkeJ goal, making the Una! score. 12 to 0. While at times rough, the play was fast und snappy. One nun was put out of the game for slugging, but It! was an act of the moment and soon' forgotten. The work of Richardson, | at quarter, for the soldiers, was of a high order. Word and Champers were the spectacular stars for the nanu team, while Burke; at full, did yeoman service on defense. The line from tackle to tackl<i showed ability, while Jones at left end, nnd McRee at right made It practically impossible for the collcgV to score any appreciable gains, niuea Have Good Material. For the Medicos Schenek was tho; big individual star. In addition to; scoring all of the points he was the one man who made gains, though liar dee, at full was a close second. In the line the collegians did not show the form of the soldiers. However, the victory was Well earned. In the gam.- as played nowadays, luck must be figured In the outcome, and then the Blues were not able to take pr per advantage of their opportunities. This being the first year of the or? ganization on the gridiron, and with such a nucleus and so much good ina- ; terlal. the soldiers must be reckoned with next season, and, as a matter of fact, any team which defeats them this season will have to hustle Bar rlnsr the fumbles, they put up tho better article of football. The scoru , and summary follows: I.lue-Iii und Summary. M. C. V. Position Blues. Foster. left end .Jones Davis. left tackle ... .Waddell; sJtryker. left guard .Houston Cofer. centre .Jacobs Brock well., right guard ....Goddard Roblee. right tackle .Sweeney ! Arnold. right end .McReeI Schenek..,, . quarterback . .Richardson . Dons:. left half .Word llardee. fullback .Burke Elder. right half ....Chambers: Substitute?Cochran for Sweeney. 1 Officials?Wellford, U. of Va., referee; EncilBh, of V. M. I., umpire; Throck-, morton. R. C. neld Judge, Parsons,! Blues, head linesman. Touchdowns? Schenek (2). Goals from touchdowns ?Schenek (2). Time of periods, 10 i minutes each. Scoie: M. C. V, 12;! Blues. 0. ROAHOKE IS YEAR AHEAD OF THE ISpecial to The Times-Dmpatch.] , Roanoke, Va., November 7.?After carrying the constitutional amendment providing for the establishment of commission form of government In cities of 50.000 and over by a major? ity of 500, the supporters of the amendment learned ihat Roanoke was too previous In voting on the instru? ment, since the proposed amendment must go back to the next General As? sembly, and if acted upon favorably the Assembly then prescribes how and when it shall be voted on. The error made by the city electoral hoard was not discovered until Oierk John W. Williams, of the House of Delegates, arrived here to-night. Mr. Williams was told of tho nmendment carrying, and ho then pointed out the great mistake made by Roanoko. It rould he possible that the appenrance of the. amendment on the bf?11,?t to-day might cause the election In Roanoke to be thrown out, but thlH Is hardly probable. Mr. Williams Jokingly said to-night that Roanoke was always ihond. but th's time she was too far n the lead. The development came as a -Trent! lurpriso. KEEZELL LOSES FIGHT TO REHERD ".Special to Tho Tlrues-Dispatch. J i 1 Hari'lKonburg, Vn., November 7.? ? Vflcr the hardest fought balllo In the ' history of tlio Valley, formor State' Senator George B. Keesell, Domocratio' jandldate for county treasurer, went , town in defeat to-day in a four-cor- i sored contest against two independ-; i ants and one Republican. :! i'. W. Reherd, who for thirteen ycara ! i was the Republican treasurer, won tho ,; Bleutlon. The other candidates were I r. U Williamson. Independent Domo- j srat, who claimed that the Kerzell ma? chine bulldozed him out of a direct prl- Is nary, und Paul Rhlnohart, who surren- M jered the Lacey Spring post-ofllce In ! 1 order to run for treasurer. Next In Interest was the fight fori the Stale Senate between Gcorgo N. i boitrad. Democrat, and John Paul, Re? public;.n. and Paul was elected. Fori tho House of Delegates tho result is in i doubt, with the chances favoring Dr. 1 I Hols ton and O, L Jledrlck, Demo-:1 LTats. * I : Clerk of Court D. H. I.ee Mart* was j ,' re-elected, having no opposition. Shor-| Iff i:. J. Carlckhoff, Democrat, won, over Lee D. Patterson, Independent.! Patterson, like Williamson, asked for a|i reel primary and ran Independent!1 when ho was refused. The Republicans ! made no nomination. Commonwealth's j. Attorney C, D, Harrison. Republican,.! was elected over Robert Swltzer, Dem- j 1 ucrat. DEMOCRATS MAKE MATERIAL BAINS (Continued From . hlrrt Page.) 5v ?nl Moncurn sheriff In Stafford county j by its majority. ?irt fhitlrr Vote Cast Waverly, v?., Noirmb?. 7.?The election In Butaex county parsed off quietly niid a rtnall vote potted. The following oltleers were elected without opposition: ft- D, Norrls. county clerk; It- A. Blown, county treasurer; William B. Coeke. Common wealth's attorney: Thomas Hunt, commis? sioner of the revenue. Dlatrlot No. 1; Ue?rg? Wrcr.n, District No. I Board of Supervisor??8. V. Kllla, %V. F Richardson. George Hi Blood. 6. J. Paraona. A. J. Itawka and J. L Usllism. \ It. HoMis for the State Senate anal Th?iir..-ua H. Ilowerlon for the Bouse of ; ,:ea from Greensvllle and .Hussen countl?a received the entire vote east. Cont<-?t May Re-ult. Suffolk. V'a , November 7.?The ..lection In nearby counties v>l characterised by a light vote. Suffolk votod IM but of tW volea. and Nanse.-nond county cn?t Sil out of l.:.'? votes. All the Democratic nomin?'? wero elected. In S sffo'.k R S Boykln. city treasurer, did no! have hta name on the tlrke's. and the nlne votes cast for M 1" Lloyd may brine about a contest. The hot? test Bight In this eectlcn waa a ihree-cor r.-red contest for ireaeurer In Iale of Wight inty There W. E. Lslne aeema to have won bv ?7 plurality over C. F. Joyner and W. J. Hhodea. There wae only nearby county where a respectable vote waa cast, the to tall being: I.alne, Mil Joyner, 4J?; Jovnor, ' ISt About 4M votes were caat In Southamp lon. wh'r.' a'.'. Hie Democratic nornlne-a were elected. Iftums from Hcathsvtlle Raathavltle V?-, November 7.-F?5r the i House of Delegates Thomas Brown re? ceived the following vote- l^>,lge. S3: Lotts burg. 15: Heethsvllle, f7: Burgess Store, 19; l.lllian. SI; Reedtvllie, 53; Wlcom'xo Church. 61; Harvey's Wbaif. SL R, F. Hock recelv ed: Lodge, C7; I^ottsburg. M: lleathsvllle. 63; Bur gets Store. 13: Lillian, 1?: Reedsvllle. I; Wicornlco Church. 0: Harvey's Wharf. X For the Senate Harding Walker received th,, following: Lodge, fS; Lottsburg, 75; lleathsvllle, 140; Hurgcas Store, 79; Lillian. 6:; Keedavllle. 62; Wlcomlco Church. <3; Harvey's Wharf. to. Victory for .Morton. Putaekt. \'s? November 7.?The election In Pulaakl county pa?aed off quietly to-day. there being no opposition to any of the county officers except the Commonwealth's attorney. F. W. Morton. Democrat, was elected over D. S. Pollock. Democrat, by ubout VA majority. A. G. Crockett, Demo? crat, was elected to the State Senate: T. L. T?te, Democrat, elected to the House of Representatives; F. IV. Morion elected Commonwealth's attorney: J. N. Bosau k elected clerk of the circuit Court; J. F. I Wya?r e'.eeted treasurer; Joe Graham, ?herlff; W. R. Crockett, commissioner of the revenue. | Little Lnierot In Election. South Hoaton. Vie, November 7?The elec tlon patEcrt or very nuletly to-day and llt lle interest was Rieatfegted, owing to there bents' :. '>;,;.. . .. to !.-..? . ai.dlii.itet. und only 165 out of 4M registered voles were polled The official vote waa aa follows: Kdn.ondson. 154; Kent, 152; Sivhblni, 164. Crnridock, lei: Bheppard, 161: Slate. 1*4; Hooker, Mil Eosiey. IC:; Edmunde, 14. Wal ?1-r. and Hash, commissioners of revenue; Holt, Ingram and Merrill. Justice? of the peace; Johnson, overseer of poor. Incumbents Re-Elected. Gloucester Courthouse. V?., November 7.? A light vote wns cast to-day. John R. Saun.lere for the Senate and John N. Tabb for the House had no opposition. No noun IliS-OISPHTCH BOWLING LEAGUE Jeffs Take Two Out of Three From Slim Jims Easily. The Jeffs and Slim Jims showed great improvement In their bowling on .Monday night, Williams being high pin, with 258. The. teams were evenly mulched, and: the contest was very Interesting. I 1 Last night the' Mutts won two out i ; of three from the Dingbats. The j i games ended by Goode being high pin, ' I with 178. I Next Tuesday night the Mutts and I I Jeffs will clash for three games on [ j the Newport Alleys. It will be a light ' for first place, and should prove In 1 terestlng. Monday's score: Jeffs. Players. 1st. 2d. Helfert .108 135 .Magarian ....131 128 Williams .164 159 Totals .403 422 Players. Green ... Kay . Hayes .. Slim Jims. 1st 2d. .169 150 .111 104 .13* 114 Totals .418 368 8d. Total. 155 398 150 409 253 57S 558 1.3S3 3d. Total. 137 45? 143 358 133 385 413 1,199 I Tuesday's score; Mntia. I Players. l6t. I Goode .lift Edelhlut .109 Rose .117 2d. 143 93 134 Totals .341 370 DlnghutH. l'lnvers. 1st. 2d. Kills . 7? Ho Hayes .127 114 Burks .112 124 3d. 178 12S 80 Total. 136 330 331 3S6 1,097 3d. 117 141 138 Total. 303 382 374 Totals .316 21S 396 1.059 Oialmers ^MOTOR CARS filCHMOKXX VIRGINIA .y officers had opposition except H. P. truy. treasurer, who m oppo*ed by John r. Booker, and C. Smith. Commonwealth'! ittorney. oppoaed by F. L Taylor. Gray, he Incumbent, waa overwhelmingly elect 'd. and Smith's majority u about MS, ?itb hrco precincts to hear from. Ua-ht Vote Is Cast. Wimamabutg, Vn., November 7.?Only tl .ot.? wcr? cast here to-day. This Is about mir the qualified stronjrth. The same remit ?cnerally obtained throughout the Penln luia. l.io /oto: WendcnburK for Senate. '.?..' . ^?"l'lienson for House, ?0; T. It 3eddy. clerk 81; \v. w. Ware, .horlff, It; N U, Henley. Commonwealth's attorney, I?; routliey S. Ilnnklns. treasurer, ?I. Ticket Wlt??oiit Opposition. Houston, Va_. November 7.?Between 701 ?nd WO votes wer,, cast In Halifax county ?l the regulnr election to-day. There wui praotlcally no opposition to the Democratic ilcknt. Tha only contest was In Itoanoks District over minor offices. At Houston tl rotes wer? cast with very little opposition. rh? vote was remarkably light at Bomb Bostoa, Albemurle's Representative*. Charlotieavlllo, Vs., Novembor 7.?To-day N". D. Early, Jr.. was elected to the Senate ?nd John S. White and Samuel M. Paae to the House to <: :harlottesvllle and AlbMimrlr county |n the LeKlsl.nure, wltli 1U| opposition. A small vote waa east. Independents In Lead. Slatinton. Vn., November 7.?istatinton cast 1,271 votes for leiflslntlve candidates. Krhol? T"r the Senate received Ml\; uifs. Ml; r?rn l>leton f.,r Hons.., c,i; Kemper. 177; L,wls. -.1. Crawford. loS. This wa* a hesry vots. At 1:30 o'clock, with August*, county part? ly heard from, ISehola, Democrat. Itads fit Sonata by 777. and Ia-a-Is and Crawford, In lependentl for the House by X. National Horse Show. New York, I'EnSOVALLV conducted ex clhsion Via C. & O. and Old Dominion B. 8. Co. Leave Richmond C. * O. fast train I P, M. Saturday. November lSth, con? necting at Norfolk without transfer, with i ild Dominion steamer, leaving Norfolk 7 P. M., arriving New York 3 !'. M Sunday. ?12 round trip. Incl'td Ing meal* and stateroom on steamer. Til k? tH Kood for ten days; Parlor cars Rlchnmnd to Newport News. TheS6ALESKI0i>t,cilco' Main and a Broad and Third Eighth Sts. I Next to Corner H 1 Best, of Everything Optical and Phonographic. 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