ALL THE NEWS Tht Dally Mall !Â· the only aftt* noon Mptr In this ttction uainf tht ftomplttt Aatoeiattd PrtM wfr* and eablt rtoerU, WEATHER Rain tonight and Thursday, prob* ably changing to snow Thursday* colder Thursday. VOL. CIV. No. 265. Â£ubUÂ»hed dattr (except Sunday) by'the Mail Publi*hin* Ca. Entewd Â« second-claM matter at tbo Hayerstown Poitofflc* HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1932. 9,250 ORATIO LANDSLID Washington County Keeps Step With Nation DEMOCRATIC Head Of Ticket Wins, Lewis Gets Record Vote, Tydings And Love Win In line with the rest of the State fend nation, Washington County yes- terday gave Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt and the other Democrat- 3c candidates unprecedented ma- jorities for a presidential election. With only six precincts missing out of forty-one hi the county, Roose- velt's majority at noon today was 2193. The most smashing victory in the county was that of Cong. David J. Lewis, whose majority in the 35 precincts reporting at noon was 3750. Congressman Lewis with one 01 two exceptions, carried every precinct in the county. Senator Millard E. Tydings' ma- jority at noon was figured at 2616, although he polled less votes than Governor Roosevelt. Junius A. Love, Democratic can- didate for the House of Delegates, Tras leading his Republican oppon- ent, J. Forney Young, at noon by a majority of 1107. The county road bill went down to defeat, the majority against it u t noon being 1923. Observers say that the bill was defeated because of the special drive made against it by the Republican organization find because of the fact that care- ful consideration was not given it hy the voters. The constitutional amendment was siven a majority of 1424 by the ?5 precincts reporting by noon. No. Dakota Goes For Roosevelt FARGO N. D.. Nov. 9. (Â£). -- Lewis Thanks The Voters The Daily Mail at noon re- ceived the following telegram from Congressman David J. Lewis, who was re-elected yesterday by a largely in- creased majority, from Cum- berland: "The heaviest debt is that of gratitude when one feel* his inability to repay. I can only say to friend* and citi- zens of the Sixth Congression- al district.that 1 thank them for their generosity toward me, and shall do my utmost to prove worthy !n the ex- traordinary circumstance* which confront the country." "David J. Lewis." Meet The New President -- And Vice-President LEWIS MAJORITYOF ABOUT 13, Partial Returns From Five Counties Indicate Smash' ing Victory Incomplete returns tabulated at noon today from the five counties composing the Sixth Congression- al district gave Congressman David J. Lewis a smashing majority of approximately 13,500 over his Re- publican opponent. Harold C. Smith. Complete returns from Allegany county gave Cong. Lewis a major- ity of 35-48. The rote: Lewis 14,- 377; Smith 10,789. Complete returns from Mont- gomery county gave Lewis a maj- ority of 3179. The vote: Lewis 11.073; Smith 7896. Complete returns from Garrett county gave Smith a majority oC SI. The vote: Lewis 2287; Smith 2.168. Incomplete returns from Wash- ington county gave Lewis a maj- Republicans Out Of Nearly Every Office Most Complete Rout Of Any Party In History Of Nation; Democrats Will Have Complete Control Of', Senate And Congress; Most Of State Offices Toe. (By The Associated Press) America's voters conferred on Franklin D. Roosevelt so" tremendous a victory that it not only gave the Democratic party unshakable control of Congress, but very nearly clear- ed the states of Republican governors. As the popular vote mounted to dizzy heights, heading 1 for 40,000,000 or more, the returns from congressional races indicated the Democrats would hold the next Senate by a majority of a score at least, while clinching their of the House with a possible two-thirds of the 435 ship. 472 Votes For Gov. Roosevelt incomplete returns compli- ed by tha Associated Prsss at 11:15 A, M. (Eastern Stand- ard Time) show total* which if borne out by later figures would give the following elec- toral vote: Roosevelt 472. Hoover 59. WE15MAKEA LARGE GAIN State Goes Overwhelmingly For Roosevelt And Other Democrats Maryland Keeps Step With Nation And Gives Unpre- cedented Majorities To Presidential And Senator- ial Candidates In Yesterday's Vote. Seventeen Of Senators Elect- ed Favor Repeal; Views Of Some Unknown WASHINGTON. Nov. 9 (/P)---A new Congress with substantial gains was indicated early today. BALTIMORE, Nov. 9 (Â£).--The Maryland forces rode to a spectac- ular victory in yesterday's election, giving the state's ei^ht electoral votes to Franklin D. Roosevelt and returning its senator, four o? the six representatives to Congress and electing two others. Millard E. Tydings Democratic! candidate for reelection as United j States Senator, was given a slightly greater lead over Wallace Williams, nominee of the Republican party, although tht total votÂ« for neither was as large as the. toial count for the presidential candidate of the ROOSEVELTIS FAR AHEAD IN CALIFORNIA McAdoo Is Elected To Senate; WiM Stand By Platform On Prohibition IS IN CONTROL OF DEMOCRATS Score Of Victories In Repub- lican Territory Swells Narrow Margin Of the 35 governorships at stake, Republicans had won but two defin- itely and appeared likely to win no more than another four. Of statef j not electing governors this year, only four have Republican chief executives. Roosevelt and Ms running mate, John N. Garner, early today had | piled up more than 13,000,000 votes out of only slightly more than naif the election districts of the coun- j try. The same territory had given j President Hoover only 9,600,000. Leaders Defeated The Republican casualty list hi Congress was terrific. Smoot, Wat- son, Moses, Bingham, Jones-- name* to conjure with in th* SOT* ate-- all were defeated. These men were the heart of the party'* "Q14 Guard." The Hour; toll wa* but repetition. President Hoover was leading to only six states of the 48, carrying the handful of 59 electoral votes. and even in some of these his mar- gin was very small. Connecticut, complete, was his by only Â§50tt votes. New Hampshire, also com* plete, was kept in line by a scant 3500. ana on more than a million- votes tallied in Pennsylvania had less than a 200,000 lead. ft* OHIO ALSO DEMOCRATIC SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 9 (Jp).-- The blizzard of Democratic votes WASHINGTON, Nov. 9, (ff). -- Mowing down their opponents on many fronts, the Democrats today were in complete control of the seventy-third Congress. The tidal wave of votes thati swept Franklin D. Roosevelt into j the President's chair also gave him j National And State Candl- a Democratic dominated national j , ~ _ assembly with which to work. j dates OWept Into Stalwart Republican Senate lead- j Office.