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THE MOKNra OKEGOKIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1904.
OVER 40,000 VOTES
Roosevelt Wins a Great Vic
tory in Oregon.
PARKER VOTES A$E SCARCE
Prohibition Carries in Benton, Coos,
Curry and Gilliam Other Coun
ties Are Still in
(Continued from First Page.)
Douglas, Gilliam, Grant, Jackson, Lane,
Linn, Lincoln. Malheur, Marlon, Mor
row, Multnomah, Sherman, Tillamook,
Umatilla, Union, "Wasco, Washington,
For precinct prohibition only Clat
sop, one precinct; Wallowa, one pre
cinct; Wheeler, Ave precincts 3.
No election Baker, Crook, Harney,
Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Polk 7.
Elections were held in compliance
with precinct petitions as follows: Co
lumbia, one precinct; Grant, three pre
cincts; Jackson, two precincts; Lane,
nine precincts; Linn, one precinct, Mal
heur, ten precincts: Marlon, fve pre
cincts; Wasoo, five precincts; Washing
ton, two precincts; Multnomah, 15 pre
cincts; Lincoln, one precinct.
SALEM, Or.. Nov. 8. (Special.)-The
most sanguine hopes of Republican lead
ers were surpassed in the election today
when it is apparent that Roosevelt car
ried Marion County by 3000 plurality.
Only 30 out of 29 precincts have been
beard from and these give the Republi
can ticket 3249 against the Democrat vote
of S3S, or a plurality of 2411. This does
not include Salem No. 2, where the vote
was very heavy, and where at least 300
plurality is expected. South Sllverton,
East Salem and Monitor aro other strong
Republican precincts not heard from.
Estimates a week ago were that Marion
County would go 1400 Republican. When
Chairman Frank C. Baker listed this
county at 1890 for Roosevelt, many
laughed at him, and 1000 was considered
a safe estimate. The count of the votes
has been a surprise to every one. The
vote of the county will probably exceed
6000, the fair weather and the Interest in
the prohibition question serving to bring
out the voters.
In the 30 precincts heard from the -vote
on prohibition is 1749 for and 2576 against,
or a majority of 827 against. This ma
jority will probably be Increased to 1000
or more. Prohibition carried In a few
precincts, among them Scott's mills.
North Sllverton, Aumsvllle, Cheraawa
and Liberty, but In all of these no sa
loons are now conducted, so the vote
makes no change In the saloon matter in
The anti-saloon leaders put out a
dodger this morning with a -view to cre
ating sentiment against the saloons, but
if it had any effect at all it was the
opposite of what was intended. All over
the county the saloon people made a
special effort to get voters to the polls.
WOODBURN, Or.. Nov. 8. (Special.)
Complete returns from Woodburn pre
cinct? give an astounding majority for
Roosevelt. Out of 386 votes cast, Roose
velt received 272. -Parker 51. Swallow 44.
Debs 27, Watson ' 5. Roosevelt has 221
votes over Parker and 163 majority -over
Prohibition results in an overwhelming
defeat for temperance advocates. Antl
Prohibltionists carried Woodburn by 37
In 1896 McKinley carried Woodburn by
only 15 votes. In 1900 by 47. The result
has created intense excitement and en
thusiasm throughout the city.
WOODBURN, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
From incomplete returns, Walter L. Toose,
chairman of the First Congressional Dis
trict, estimates Roosevelt's majority in
the First District at 10,000 and 35,000 in the
state. Marion County will roll up for
Roosevelt the enormous plurality of 2300
OREGON CITY. Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Eighteen out of 37 precincts give Roosevelt
1790, Parker 446. Debs 261, Swallow 103.
Watson S3. Roosevelt's majority, 1344.
Complete returns will Increase the major
ity of Roosevelt to 1700. Molalla Precinct,
the Democratic stronghold of the county,
went for Roosevelt by a vote of 63 to 32.
This Is without precedent, the. precinct
having a normal Democratic majority of
80. Ninety-five per cent of the city vote
was cast, there being a slight falling off
in the country precincts. The same num
ber of precincts give the following results
on local option: For prohibition 806,
against prohibition 1631. This majority of
825 against prohibition will be Increased,
to 1000 when complete returns are re
ceived. Not a single precinct is carried
for prohibition, although in June the
county gave local option a majority of 206.
The three Oregon City precincts gave a
majority of 284 against prohibition. Other
precincts reporting in which saloons are
conducted gave the following vote against
prohibition: Boring. 55 to 46; Cariby, 71 to
103; Oswego, 45 to 92; Barlow, 18 to 5L
OREGON CITY, Nov. 8. (Special.) With
over half of the total vote of Clackamas
County received. Republicans have a lead
of 1281 over Democrats, and will probably
carry the county by 1SO0.
27, Debs 176, Watson 4. The .remaining
precincts are strongly Republican, and
will probably increase Roosevelt's plural
ity to 50.
In Astoria, Precinct No. 1, prohibition
was carried by a vote of 145 .to 56. The
question was not voted upon in any other
precinct. The vote cast Is about two
thirds of the registration.
THE DALLES. Or.. Nov. 8. (Special.)
Fifteen out of 2C Precincts In Wasco Coun
ty show 1612 Rep., 414 Dem., 160 Soc, 218
scattering. For prohibition S53, against
1293. These same Precincts in 1900 gave
McKinley 1262 and Bryan 727. The 11
Precincts unreported gave McKinley 361
and Bryan 30L This guarantees the coun
ty for Roosevelt, being over 1200 plurality.
The -prohibition cause will lose In the
county -by about 500.
HOOD RIVER, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Three precincts out of five give a ma
jority of 23 for prohibition in the Hood
River subdivision. The three precincts on
prohibition is: East, for 166, against
204; West, for 159, against 332; South, for
84, against 50. The Prohibition vote ex
ceeds that of the Democrats.
Baldwin and VIento Precincts are yet
to hear from. They are expected to
vote against prohibition.
Hood River today polled- the largest
vote in her history. Prohibition was the
issue and -hundreds of votes were sworn
in. Early in the forenoon, the saloon
men cornered all the registration blanks
and it was Impossible for the Prohibi
tionists to swear In a voter until a local
Job printer had printed additional
blanks. Hood River went overwhelming
ly for Roosevelt. Three precincts out of
Ive gave Roosevelt 91, Parker Ml, Swal
low 106, Debs 33, Watson 7.
EUGENE, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) The
Prohibitionists concede they have lost the
county by from 100 to 200, but the full re
turns are not In.
Twenty-three out of 50 precincts give
Roosevelt 2218, Parker 745; plurality
against prohibition, 436.
Roosevelt's majority here will be over
whelming and may reach nearly 2000.
EUGENE, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Twenty-six precincts heard from give
a majority of 407 against prohibition.
Estimates based on the June election are,
if the same percentages carry through
the precincts not beard from, the ma
jority against prohibition will be 300.
Cottage Grove went wet and Junction
JUNCTION CITY, Or., Nov. 8. Special.)
South Junction Roosevelt 95, Parker 49,
Swallow 6, Debs 10, Pro. 92, Anti-Pro.
North Junction gives Roosevelt 90, Par
ker 50, Pro. 97, Anti-Pro. 48.
BAKER CITY, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Complete returns from 11 precincts in this
county out of a total of 344 which includes
all precincts In this city give Roosevelt
105S, Parker 478. If this ratio Is kept up
the total vote polled will be about two-
thirds of the registered vote of 5400 or
about 3600. and if the Republican lead Is
maintained Roosevelt's pluralty In the
county will be over 1000. The precincts
heard from are all strong Republican pre
cincts, yet it is not likely that the Repub
lican pluralty will bo less than 700 from
present Indications. The question of local
option was not voted on in this county.
" Official returns from Sumpter gives
Roosevelt 89 majority in that 'city In a
total vote of 370. Returns are coming In
HTLLSBORO, Or., No. 8. (Special.)
Complete unofficial .returns from 16
precincts out of a total of 21 give
Roosevelt 1850 votes against 425 for
Parker, making a plurality of 1400 for
the Roosevelt electors. The five pre
cincts yet to hear from will probably
increase this at least 250. This will
givo Roosevelt the county by 1750 plu
rality. The Populist and Socialist vote
may reach 300. The Prohibition electors
will get less than this.
Unofficial returns show that every
precinct heard from has gone against
prohibition. Fifteen precincts heard from,
give -a majority of 821 against the meas
ure. It Is estimated, that the six re
maining precincts will increase this ma
jority to 1000. The total vote cast will
bo about 3000.
MARSHFIELD, Or.. Nov. S.- Special.)
Roosevelt has carried Coos County by
over 1200 plurality, double the highest esti
mate. Precincts with cO votes went al
most solid for him. Out of 1223 votes
counted, Roosevelt has 925. Parker 29S:
plurality, 627. The county has undoubt
edly gone dry. Twelve of the large pre
cincts give 787 for and 903 against orohl
Dltioii This lead of 119 made In the town
will be overcome by the 1000 rotes yet to
hear from In the country preelncts.
MARSHFIELD, Or., Nov. 8. (Soe
claX) Coos County has gone all but
unanimous for Roosevelt. His plural
ity will be not less than 1600. The
county stands Roosevelt 1610. Parker
412. Three thousand votes polled. Pro
hibition carried by less than 100 major
ASTORIA, Or.. Nov. 8. (Special.) Full
returns from the city and from five of the
13 outskle precincts In Clatsop County
give Roosevelt 961, Parker 340, Swallow
DALLAS. Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) Com'
plete returns from nine precincts out of
the 20 In Polk County give Roosevelt 772
votes and Parker 284 a majority of 438. A
careful estimate based on the vote In the
precincts not heard from will give Roose
velt a majority, of 650. Every precinct In
the county will go Republican. Luckia-
mute and Rickreall precincts go Republi
can for the first time In their history.
There Is a shortage In votes of from 15
to 0 per. cent.
DALLAS. Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Twelve out of 20 precincts In Polk
County give Roosevelt 888. Parker 337.
The Republican plurality In the county
Is estimated at 900. The total vote will
be about one-third less than that of
PENDLETON. Or.. Nov. 8. (Special.)
Prohibition received a hard blow in Uma
tilla County. It is conservatively esti
mated that the measure is defeated by GOO
votes. Half of the country precincts have
been heard from, and all with the excep
tion of three precincts, will be "weV
Pendleton's majority will be about 400-out
of the entire vote of 1100. The storm of
the prohibition fight centered at Free-
water, In North Milton precinct, prohi
bition winning by 20 votes. South Athena
precinct carried prohibition by ten votes.
while North Athena went wet by 11 votes.
Athena therefore will be wet by a -margin
of one vote. The only other precinct car
ried by prohibition was Meacham, with a
majority of 9 votes. Roosevelt ran ahead
of his ticket In every precinct in the coun
ty, and will easily get 1000 majority.
Jackson County. t
ASHLAND, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) In
complete returns in Jackson County give
Roosevelt 1195, Parker 403. Prohibition
931, against prohibition 1012. It looks as if
Roosevelt's plurality may reach 1000. The
prohibition question is close, with chances
In favor of a small "wet" majority.
MEDFORD. Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) It
Is believed that the two precincts com
posing Medford will go "wet," and that
the county will be close. Roosevelt and
Fairbanks carry Medford by 233 plural-
It', and the county Is safe for them by
at least 00. North Medford complete
gives Roosevelt 214. Parker So, Swallow 7,
Debs 12; for prohibition 149. against prohi
bition 1SS. South Medford gives Roosevelt
160, Parker 65; for prohibition 130; agaisnt
LA GRANDE, Or., Nov. S.-(Special.)
The vote of Union County up to 11 o'clock
tonight shows that Roosevelt will win by
over 1100 plurality. Prohibition was de
feated by 400, there being one prohibition
petition for the entire county and one
against, excepting for Precinct No. 2, of
La Grande, and for South Elgin. Twenty
eight hundred votes were cast in the coun
ty. Roosevelt received 1629 votes, Parker
709, Swallow 61, Debs 75. Four precincts
in the county carried prohibition, AH eel
and Summerville. In La Grande prohi
bition was defeated In every precinct,
showing a majority of over 200. This is
as shown now, with 13 of 20 precincts.
ROSEBURG. Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Eighteen precincts in Douglas County
Tglve Roosevelt 1733, Parker 669. Twenty
precincts give 156 majority against prohl
bltlon. The other ten precincts will prob
ably not materially change the result.
Fifteen precincts. Incomplete, Douglas
County Roosevelt 1201, Parker 434. Twenty
precincts, Incomplete, give majority
against prohibition 129. Roseburg goes
two precincts dry and two wet.
FOSSIL, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) Fossil
precinct returns are: Roosevelt 144. Par
ker 39; for prohibition 114, against prohibi
tion 70. Three 'votes cast each for the
Socialist and Prohibition electors. One
for Populist elector.
Mitchell precinct shows: Roosevelt 64,
Parker 56; for prohibition 46, against 6L
The vote was light. Roosevelt will carry
the county by 500.
ALBANY. Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Roosevelt carries Linn County by 1900 plu
Mrs. Mary E. Meserve, of
Salisbury, Mass., was cured of
Anaemia, a disease in which
there is an actual deficiency of
the blood, by the use of
Dr. WOSams' Pink PHk
for Pale People
She says: "The first symptom
was an unusual paleness. Later the
blood seemed to hare all left my
body. I had shortness of breath and
fluttering of the heart; was de
pressed, morose and peevish. I suf
fered for two years. Physicians did
me little good but I am now -a well
woman becaiise I took twelve boxes
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."
These pills really make new
blood and have cured obstinate
cases of rheumatism, scrofula
and erysipelas. They are es
pecially useful to growing girls.
Sold by all DrofgUa.
rallty. Prohibition is defeated In the
county by a small margin. Twenty-six
precincts out of 30 give Roosevelt 2044.
Parker 1089. The same precincts give 1730
votes for Prohibition and 1916 against. In
complete returns on lesser candidates give
Debs 303, Swallow 209, "Watson 76.
M'MINNVTLLE, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Election day - passed by quietly. The
county goes Republican by about 1000
majority. "With 'all but three precincts
heard from, Roosevelt has 860 majority.
Newberg and McMlnnvillo precincts gave
the largest majority of any In the
county. The Prohibition, Socialist and
People's votes were exceedingly smalL
The vote on prohibition is extremely
close. The ballot now stands 253 against
and 24S for. or a majority of seven
against prohibition, with only one pre
cinct. Amity, to hear from. Amity car
ried for local option In June and will
probably go dry by a small majority. The
question will be unsettled until - the offi
cial count Is made.
ALBANY, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) r
Linn County has given the largest Re
publican majority in its history, the
landslide for Roosevelt giving him a
plurality of 1100. Twenty-nine out of
30 precincts give Roosevelt 2288, Par
ker 1200. Prohibition is defeated In
Linn, majority against Is now 97 with
only one more precinct to hear from.
PRINEVILLE. dr., Nov. &-(Special.)-Out
of a total of 4SS votes,, the Republican
ticket has 303, Democrat 12S, Socialist 23,
Prohibitionist 6 and People's party 3. Out
lying precincts not reported, but Indica
tions are that the Republican ticket will
have a plurality of taoro than 500 In
HEPPNER, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Incomplete returns from the principal
precincts In this county indicate a plu
rality for Roosevelt of 500, possibly
more, The largest Republican majority
ever Known. Prohibition Is defeated by
at least 150 votes, possibly 200.
TILLAMOOK. Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Fifteen precincts give: Roosevelt 654, Par
ker 133; for prohibition 529. against 363.
Tillamook City went dry In both precincts.
Roosevelts majority will be about 550.
and prohibition will carry by nearly 200
ENTERPRISE. On, Nov. S. (Special.)
Reports .from Wallowa County tonight
state that Roosevelt will win by a good
majority, and that prohibition will be de
feated, being voted on In only one precinct.
BURNS, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) The re
turns from five precincts give the Repub
lican ticket 124 majority. Roosevelt will
carry Harney County by about 250. No
vote was taken on prohibition.
ST HELENS. Or.. Nov. 8. With nine
precincts heard from complete and four
to'come, Roosevelt has 914 plurality. His
plurality In Columbia County will be over
1000. Prohibition Is defeated in every precinct
EUGENE. Or.. Nov. 8. (Special.)
Seventeen out of 50 Precincts in Lane
County give unofficial count Roosevelt
1171, Parker 429, Swallow 86, Deb3 76. For
prohibition 779, against 954.
GRANT'S PASS, Or., Nov. 8. (Spe
cial.) Grant's Pass: Republican 435,
Democratic 101, Prohibition 31, Social
ist 100. No local option vote. The county
LAKEVIEW, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Four precincts heard from, Roosevelt 151
plurality. It is estimated he will get
225 majority in the county. No local
TOLEDO, Or., Nov. &(Special.) To
ledo gives Roosevelt 115, Parker 36, Debs
47. The majority against prohibition Is 16.
No other precincts have reported at 10:50.
CORVALLIS, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) .
Benton County complete gives Roosevelt
1107 Parker 439, Debs 64. Swallow 123; pro
hibition 931, against prohibition 665.
Oldest Voter In Oregon.
WOODBURN, Or., Nov." 8.-(SpecIal.)
Woodburn is proud of the fact that Henry
Altnow. 93 years old. cast his vote today
for Theodore Roosevelt. He Is probably
the oldest man who voted In Oregon at
Votes for Roosevelt and Elects Demo
cratic State Ticket.
BUTTE. Mont.. Nov. 8. Montana Is
going overwhelmingly ror Roosevelt
later returns Indicate a gain In the Re-'
publican vote of about 30 per cent over
four years ago. Governor J. K. Toole.
Deal., Is re-elects. The Democratic state
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ticket with possibly one or two excep
tions, appears to have won. Every county
heard from thus far has gone for Roqse
velt from 300 to 800 majority.
The count Is proceeding slowly through
out the state. The reports already re
ceived Indicate that the. state will go
safely for Roosevelt. Silver Bow County
Is yet to hear from.
SCARE OFF DOUBTFUL VOTERS.
Republican Challengers Do Effective
Work at Seattle.
SEATTLE, "Wash., Nov. S. (Special.)
Republicans today prevented the Clancys
from voting their men In the First Ward..
A corps of challengers at every polling
place challenged douhtful voters and
forced them to sign the registration
hooks. The practical working of this
scheme was to drive away doubtful votes
and to discourage Democrats from voting.
While In the city something over 71 per
cent of the registered vote was cast, In
the First Ward the percentage was but
EL The Democrats lost by this scheme.
As a result of a row between Mayor R.
A. Balllnger and State Chairman E. B.
Palmer, of the Republican Committee, the
executive today refused to shift the First
Ward policemen and substitute men not
In touch with the politicians who con
trolled the ward. The policemen assigned
to duty there, however, worked with the
Balllnger and Palmer fell out over PalT
mer's declaration at a conference of par
ty leaders that Chief of Police Delaney Is
a jobber. The Mayor has been an Inti
mate friend of. Delaney for years, and re
sented the Imputation.
A big early vote was cast today in all
the city precincts, and the fear that a
congestion at the closing hours would
prevent many from voting proved un
founded; Remarkably fine weather pre
vailed all over Western Washington to
day. Machines Give Good-Satisfaction.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8. The vote,
in this city as well as In the state Is very
heavy and In the precincts not supplied
with voting machines the returns are
slow in coming In. Forty machines are
In use in this city and have given good
satisfaction, thobsVtTy.sveral cases trou
ble was experienced' In their operation,
owing, to the Inexperience of the voters.
The lever of one machine was accidental
ly broken but It was soon repaired.
Ex-Mayor Phelan,. M. H. DeYoung,
Fairfax Whelan, and the other prominent
citizens who were appointed election of
ficers by the election commissioners, were
at their posts when the polls opened and
stuck to their duties all day long. Sev
eral election officers were removed from
their places when it was learned, that
they resided1 In other districts, and sub
stitutes appointed. It was evident from
the time occupied that most voters in
marking their tickets, that many of them
have been scratched, xso trouble has been
reported and the election has been one
of the most quiet ever known nere.
ICE CREAK IS STOLEN.
Beys Plunder 'Oddfellows' Social, and
In order to have a good time while
bearing taa lectfcm returns, Orient Ixx&e,
I. O. O. T.. whose feftH Is at the corner
of Sut Flee street and Grand aveaue.
last night gave a social. Oa the bill of
fare was ke Treaaa. There were I our
gallbas of it In a fraaser. wfelca et oil, the
taMHnc &C tin stairway when it would
kM cool. .Th .room, "roc imxm the n-
ruft of Um taction warmer stSH. jutd tba
Odd Fellows and their ladles yearned for
There were boys in the neighborhood
seven boys ranging in ages from 12 to 16
years of age. They, too, were hot, and
needed something cool. They spied the ice
cream and made a grand rush. Down the
stairs they flew with the can and the- en
tire Ice cream supply.
Just then Officer Hellyer saw them and
gave chase. In the melee which followed
the Odd Fellows saw their much-desired
ice cream strew the p'ayment and ooze
among the pebbles in thes treet. Officer
Hellyer caught one of the boys and he
gave the names of the others. The lodge
people will prosecute. The guilty youths
were Carl Eissele, Peter Vandermere,
George Fish, Ernest Oliver, Ernest Ala
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Office Hrs: S A. 1H. Im , asd 7 te 8 P. M'.
Sundays a4 HelMays, 19 te 12
DR.W. NORTON DAVIS & CO.
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Van fy, Hotel, 52 Third St.