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LA GRANDE, yNION COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 190b '
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fOR 1 HAN WITH THE BALLOT TODAY
Yta HEAVY I N All
PARIS Of COUNTRY
iocnppi Newt Association!
New York, Nov. 6-A record breaking
u.. b151, l0(jay- Tn, weather
GILLETTE SEEMS WINNER BY
San Francisco, Nov. 6. At 3:50
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perrect and the leaders preaict that one- I afternoon th Republican managers claim
half the vote will be in by 11
mere is little betting, althn ,r
thatnumber of wagers have been placed
on Hughes at four to one. There were
lines of men waiting for the palls to
open at 6 o'clock. Tnere has been no
disorder. Poucemen are armed with
( warrants for those who have registered
ideally, at each poilmg place. S.xieen
arrests were made the first hour. On
the East side votes are being cast at trie
rate of one a minute.
RESIDENT VOTES 'ER STRAIGHT
Oyster Bay, Nov, 6-President Rooe
volt voted ballot number 94. in fifteen
second Apparently there was no timj
wasted in scratching and it is presumed
that he voud a straight
ucnet. ne was followed by his private
secretary and then drove wtn n:s crjsin
Mrs. J, M. West Roosevelt, to his special
train and returned to Washington. " "'
Washington, Nov. 6 Busn-.ss is al
most at a standstill in th government
detriments today. Every cabinent
officer except Secretary Hitchcock is
absent. About two thousand employes
went to their several h jmes to vote, of
this nuijjfoer five hundred went to New
QUIET IN IDAHO
Bo:se ldahj NjV. 6 -Clear an; bright
j that they ars justified in stating that Gil
lette will be elected governor by 20,000.
BELL SEEMS WINNING
San Francisco Nov. 6-Rep;rts from
twenty-seven counties up to noon indicate
that Bell is showing unexDected stramrth
and that his chances for being elected are
one in tour. In the Southern countries,
contrary to expectations. Gillett failed in
the support up to noon, that his manag
ers expected. Ma-y smaller counties in
the North have sent in favorable reports
for Bell while in the South. Los Angeles
and San Diego counties an not showing
a heavy Republican vote.
Tne general opinion in San Francisco
that San Francisco county will go for Bell
but whatever majority he mav eet hers
Republican be overcome or offset by the major
ity uillett will get out of Oakland and
other Alamada cities. Election returns
ARRESTS AND DISORDERS
rrom a:l over the state mrilr.ato f;
weatheranda light vote during the morn
ing. Democrats are apprehensive about
tne socialists, who will have a heavy vote
in many districts. It is considered,
nevertheless, that the Democrats will
elect a governor and a majority of the
The contest outside of the governorship
appears to be in the judical ticket. Indi
cations are that candidate Ruef for judge
ship will be defeated.
- AT COLUMBUS, OHIO
Columbus. Nov. 6 Ir h. ,..inn. i
weatnar prevails over s.-.utru.n ,djho to- ; that the liquor interest has Im.d nA
day. It is cloudy over tne in nunuin ! for the Republicans. Partv lin. ,
strong and the indifference of the temper
ance will most likely permit the Reoubli-
' cans to win.
regions. Voting begai sicvly m tne s uth
of ths state but otnjr pirjons tha re
gistration is heavy.
SERIOUS IN TENNESSEE
Memphis. Nov. 6. Every politician in
the city today defied the orders of Mavor
Malone. and obeyed Vice Mayor Walsh.
Governor Cox has been asked to order
out the militia to enforce peace. Malone
ia supporting a reform legislative ticket
ana Walsh is with the liberals. When
the mayor tried to assume control of the
police and ordered a re-asignment of pa
trolmen. Chief Chaver refused to obey.
The chief was promptly suspenden and
Captain Perry appointed chief. The men
then quit their posts but were re-assigned
by Perry two hours latter. In the mean
time Perry resigned saying his former
chiefs suspension was illegal. Malone
then appointeo Sergeant Hays chief and
issued a statement saying the police would
obey their new chief or he would remove
their badges by force.
The mayor with the new chief. Hays
visited every ward in the city and person
ally ascertained that all but fifty of the
patrolmen were obeying him. These
were suspended but allowed to remain at
JOINT STATEHOOD FAVORABLE
Denver. Nov. 6. Extraordinary efforts
are being made to get out a big vote. Re
ports from tho state indicate that efforts
have been successful. Bettinir ctill fu-
ors the Republicans. There is a slight
indication that New Mexico as a joint
state is favorable. There i rr.iimt
weather in both Arizsona and New Mex
ico. Every report from that section
points to the joint statehood betwAn Ari
zona and New Mexico.
Lexington. Ky. Nov. 6 Polica (-.ant;..
Jenkins and Patrolman McCrary were
arrested this morning charged with inter-
lerring with the election.
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Nothing to compare
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with the greatful comfort
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LABOR VOTE HEAVY
New York. Nov. 6 nin.n.
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League headquarters have issued a state
ment saying that committeemen report
gross frauds in Herkimer county. War
rants fer arrests have been issued. It is
claimed that in the littie town of Gray,
alone, the registrati?n was raised from
1 60 to 257. Headquarters also said that
a tremendous labor vote in all manufact
uring towns has been east early. It is
claimed that practically without exception
this vote will go for Hearst. Hearst has
telegraphed up state committeemen that
he will carry this city by 200.C00. Re
publicons reiterate with a certainty of a
landslide for Hughes.
There have been two hundred arrests
in Manhattan anJ a hundred in Brooklyn
up to three this afternoon. A majority of
these were due to technslities.
HEARST BOOMS GROW
Nov. 6-Votes in the "Silk Stocking
precincts began early and are heavy,
over a third of the total registrations
having voted in many precincts before 9
o clock. John D. Rockefeller voted at
8:20 and when asked what he thot of the
election he said, "I hope for the best."
Hughes voted before 8 o'clock and his
father, Rev. D. C. Huahes voted sonn
Many wealthy and well known families
were arrested and forced to Drove their
residence before being allowed to vote.
Hearst claims the citv of New York ha
200.000 but says that his dan oar :m in
the Up State where they will try to count
mm out. followers of Hearst claim that
much fraud is being perpetrated and
declare that the Indeoende nr.A f aaemA
ticket is sweeping not only New York
state but the entire country,
MURPHEY ADMITS HEARST BOOM
Washington Nov. 6 Grggs and Sher
man of the Democratic congressional
committee talked with Chas. Murphy at
Tammany over the 'phone this afternoon.
The Tammany leader said over the 'phone
"Hearst will have a bigger majority that
Bird Coler had." Griggs said, "Oh Char
he vou are lying." Murphey replied, I
wounldn't lie oi election day." Returns
from all over the city show Hearst getting
things pretty much his own way.
JOHNSON STRONG IN MINNESOTA
St. Paul. Minn., Nov. 8. -There is beau
tiful weather and a heavy vote in the en
tire state. The main issue is for govern
rship and Johnson's election seems as -sured.
TROUBLE IN ST LOUIS
St Louis Mo.. Nov 6 Streneous insist
ence between Governor Folk and the
police commissioners promises to be the
first election St. Louis ever had where
disturbance suerns evident. Trouble 1
sianea in several precincts but invari
ably was quelled before reachir.g a seri
WYOMING MUCH REPUBLICAN
Cheyenne. Wyo. Nov. 6 Weather is
fine but vote will be 20 per cent short of
registration. Republican members will
nil the legislature.
BOTH CLAIM NEVADA
Reno. Nov. 6 - Both Dnrcratic and
Republican chairmen have issued state
ments claiming the election.
CLOSE IN NEBRASKA
Lincoln. Nov. 6 Weather clear, indica
tions favor a heavy vote. Party mana
gers on both sides claim the election, i
RAIN RETARDS VOTE I J
Seattle. Nov. 6 Western Washington:
was greeted by a steady down pour of :
lain ini morning wim inoicalions to con
tinue thruout the day. The weather will
retard the vote materially.
RAIN IN WISCONSIN
Milwaukee. Wis.. Nov. 6 -There is a
dnzzhr.g rain and a light vote. The state
bosses are unable to account for tie
lack of interest. There is no disorder.
OHIO VOTE HEAVY
Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 6 - The weather
is favorable and a heavy vote is being
cast. The voting it being done rapidly,
indicating little scratching. The rural
(Scrlpps News Association)
Rome Nov. 6 Owina to the serieus
falling of St. Peters Pence durina the
past few years the Pope is considering
reducing the Vatican expenses and has
dismissed from the Palace a number of
persons holding office which could be
dispensed with. Th nr.
situation in France has caused an almost
complete ctoppaga of the flow of Peters
Pense and to counteract this, instructions
nave been sent to all the German bishops
to do all in their power to obtain librl
donations from that Empire. The recent
legacy from Coun. Bertona. formerly
Grand Master of Ceremonies of the court
of Napoleon II of the sum of $1,000,000
to Peters Pence has been a welcome
COAL MINERS NEEDED
(Scrlpps Newt Association I
Halifax, Nov. 6. Owing to the scarcity
of labor in the coal regions of this countrv
the output of coal is not meeting the de
mand. Arrangements are being made
for a large batch of miners from Cardiff
Wales, who are expected in a few days,
CHALLENGES THEM All
(Scrlpps News Association)
San Francisco, Nov. 6. Jack O'Brien
fresh from pugilistic honors won in Eng
land has sent out challenge to all heavy
weights to get a match on. Ha sailed to.
day for Australia, to meet Squires in a 20
round battle for a purse of $10,000.
When he returns he will be willing to
meet Jeffries, Corbett, Kaufmann or anv
man in the states.
District Attorney F. S. Ivanhoe is to be
congratulated upon the manner in which
he has dispatched the two recent terms
of cir uit court with so little expense to
the county and to the interests of the
people as a whole. The dispensers of
lixuor have been rounded up and punished
and the effect will be to put a stop to
"boot-legging" in the future. Since Wal
lowa county has been voted dry it it the
duty of the officers to see that it is kept
so, and Mr. Ivanhoe announces hit inten
tion of doing all in hit power to bring tuch
offenders to justice. Wallowa Chieftain.
GROESBACK CASE TRANSfERRED
Attorneys J. W. Knowles and T. H.
Crawford returned last evening from
Pendleton where they went to present
their respective sides in the Groesback
will case which was appealed from the
lower court of this county to the supreme
court. The case however, was trans
ferred to Salem where it will be heard
sometime in the near future.
Peter Ruffner. a pioneer of 1852 and a
resident of The Dalles for the past forty-
six years, died in his chair, Saturday at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ellen
Koontz, at the age of 85.
(Scrlpp Newt Association)
Arizona City, Nov. 6. Todav the nroo-
osition of unitin th trrlrnr m-
Mexico and Arizona r.to one state, or
provided for by the bill passed at the last
tetsion of Congrast will be submitted to
the popular vote and the general opinion
prevails here that it will be voted down
ten to 6n. Both partiet are declaring
againtt it to Arizona will remain a terri
tory until ft can become a state in itself.
The principal objection to the scheme is
that New Mexico ia composed of and
controlled by Mexicans. In Arizona
Mexican gets no thow. Arizona it ad
vancing by leapt and bounds and it pure
ly American hence the objection to tho
INTERNATIONAL FLOWER SHOW :
8crlppt News Association)
Chicago, III. Nov. 6 Flower growers
from New York to San Francitco were
competitort at the Flower Show in the
Coliseum Jiere today. The show is
being held under the auspices of the
Horticulural Society of Chicago and the
National Chrysanthemum Society. Thers
are thousand of competitors from every
part of the states and a scene in tha
coliseum it a brilliant one. Model irardena
are a new feature of tha directions of the
thow thit teaton and to complete this
work four carloads of chrysanthemums
were sent from Madison. N. J. Thur.
will be lectures on gardening and exhib
its illustrating tha best methods of potting
plantt and planting teed. Mr. E. G.
Uhltin of thit city who hat been abroad
dning to hit costly collection of Orchids
made a splendid exhibit.
SCH001 TEACHERS SCARCE
(Scrlr pa Newi Association)
Charleston Nov. 6 Altho 600 mors
certificates were issued thit vear
than in the previous year there is still
great scarcity of female teachers In Wett
Virginia. Superintendent T. C. Miller of
the Educational Department hat announ
ced that further examinationt for teacher
will be held on the 16th and 17th of Nov.
Small pay and thort tervice terme ars
said to be accountable for the vancancies.
(Hcrlppe News Association)
St. Louis, Nov. 6 Josanh R. Hattan
formerly a detective, was arrested
charged with voting under two namea.
from the tame residence, within twenty
minutes. He fought the uoliceman ana
was beaten into submission.
Judge Eakin is hearing the argument
to the demur in the Bartlett Gardiniar
case as we go to press.
We select rubbergoods carefully because careful choosing it necessary. A
slight difference in quality makes a big difference m the time such goods last.
HOT WATER BOTTLES
are very seasonable and we have good ones at most reasonable prices. A
hot water bottle it the most suitable antidote for cold feet. It is also con
stantly useful for curing pain of every tort. Heat it the harmlest cure for
pain. Full line, alto, of fountain, bulb and combination tyringet and other
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