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THE MORXIXG OREGONIAX, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1914.
TURNER AND BLACK
CLOSE IN PRIMARY
Place on Democratic Ticke
May Be Decided by Second
OLD JUDGES NAMED AGAIN
Humphries, Anti-Socialist Factor, Is
Pushing O. R. Holcomb Aside aa
Returns Come In From Pri
mary of Washington Tuesday.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 9. Because
Of the intricacies of the Washington
Btate primary law, under which a can
didate may be nominated by only sec
ond-choice votes, the Democratic nom
ination for United States Senator is
still undecided and some of the Con
gressional nominations are not certain
On thereturns at hand William W.
Black appears to be in the lead for the
Democratic Senatorial nomination
with George Turner second and George
F. Cotterill third.
Present Judges Get Back.
All threo Supreme Judges who
Nought renominations have succeeded.
in spite of the organized opposition of
the State tirange, tne laDor unions ana
the State Legislative League, and one
of the candidates put forward by these
bodies, O. R. Holcomb, appears to have
been thrust aside by Superior Judge
Humphries, of Seattle, who had no or
ganization of any kind behind him.
The probable nominees are:
United States Senate Wesley L.
.Tones, Eepublican, renominated; Will
lam W. Black .or George Turner, Demo
crat; Ole Hanson, Progressive; Adam
H. Barth, Socialist.
Supreme Justices Stephen J. Chad
wick, Herman D. Crow, Mack F. Gose,
all renominated; Edgar G. Mills, Will
lam H. Pemberton, John E. Humphries.
W. E. Humphrey Leads In First.
Representatives in Congress: First
District William E. Humphrey, Re
publican, renominated; William Hick
man Moore, Democrat; Austin E. Grif
fiths, Progressive; Glenn E. Hoover, So
cialist. Second District Lindley H. Hadley,
Republican; Earl W. Husted, Democrat;
J. E. Campbell, Progressive; George E.
Third District Albert Johnson. Re
publican, renominated: Charles Drury,
Democrat: Stanton Warburton, Pro
gressive; Leslie E. Aller, Socialist.
Fourth District William L. LaFol
lette. Republican, renominated; Roscoe
M. Drumheller, Democrat; M. A. Pea
cock, Progressive; John Storland, So
cialist. Fifth District Harry Rosenhaupt,
Republican: C. C. Dill, Democrat;
Thomas Corkery, Progressive; J. C.
CIAKKE VOTES FOR JOHXSOCV
Primary Keturns Show Many Dark
Horses in Race for Office.
. VANCOUVER, Wash. Sept. 3. (Spe
cial.) Many surprises were sprung in
the direct primary held here yesterday.
and several candidates, thought to be
second-raters, won out by small mar
gins in the final count of the 44 pre
clncts in Clarke County.
The Republican results of the first
and second contests for the county of
fleers by the unofficial count were:
Sneriff E. S. Biesecker, 1237; E. H.
:lt( resentative in State Legislature
W. X. Marshall, 1!25; George McCoy,
lti'i'i: A B. Eastham, 1623.
Congress R. A. Wiley, 739; Albert
United States Senator W. L. Jones,
County Clerk Mrs. Fannie Crocker,
Auditor Mrs. May R. Haack 2030;
C. A. Kirch, 1508.
Treasurer L. G. Conant, 1702; F. W.
Attorney James Blair, 2S65.
Assessor Walter R. Horton, 1770;
"Vt. R. Laughlin, 1770.
Superintendent of Schools W. E.
Dudley, 1308; A. E. Pender, 1155.
Engineer Walter R. Schwarz, 2712.
Commissioner, First District Wil
liam Lindsey, 458; M. E. Carson, 278.
Commissioner, Third District John
P. Kiggins, 723; M. H. Evans, 422.
Justice of the Peace for Vancouver
W S. T. Derr, 7S4; Elmer Sugg, 445.
Constable for Vancouver F. H. Raf-
Xerty, 4S0; Tom Vessey, 474.
Tho non-partican Judiciary ticket re
suits, complete unofficial for 20 pre
cincts follow: Preble, 364; Holcomb.
321: Crow, 516: Gose, 416; Humphries.
4(: Mills. 507; Chadwick, 7S2; Pem
herton, 423. -
For Democratic Representative in
Congress 2S precincts give W. E. Cass,
of Vancouver, 224; Drury. 52; Hazard,
County Superintendent Mrs. Isabelle
Barrett, Democrat, 21S; Professor P.
W. F. Hidden, for Representative in
the btate Legislature, was nominated
by the Democrats, unopposed.
The Progressives nominated W. C.
Bates and R. S. Durkee for candidates
for State Representatives: Gus Rambo
County Superintendent; Mat Woodward,
Sheriff; Alex Higdon, Commissioner; A.
Burnham, Auditor. .
C. L. McKinley. Democrat, is nom
inated for Commissioner in Vancouver
to oppose John P. Kiggins, and Mr.
Higdon will be the third candidate in
TURNER'S LEAD GAINS STEADILY
Black Running Behind in East Side
and Chances Grow Slighter.
SPOKANE, Wash.. Sept. 9. (Special.)
George Turner, candidate for the
Democratic nomination for United
States Senator, is gaining steadily as
more county returns come in on the
East Side and seems to have a good
lead over Judge Black. If Black does
not pick up faster on the West Side
of the state. Turner will be the Demo
The race for Republican nomination
for Congressman in the Fifth District
1e the closest in this region. On the
face of partial returns, Harry Rosen
haupt has a lead of about 200 over
A. J. Wilson and Percy Powell, who
are running neck and neck. The offi
cial canvass will be required to decide
which is the nominee.
C. C. Dill is the Democratic nominee,
his plurality growing steadily, and
Thomas Corkery is the Progressive
nominee for Congressman. Ole Hanson,
Progressive for Senator, is more than
holding his own on the East Side and,
as he is leading on the West Side,
there seems little doubt that he is
Roscoe Drumheller is undoubtedly
the Democratic nominee for Congress
in the Fourth District and W. L. La
Follette has won his race by at least
The Progressive vote has been very
light except In Spokane County.
388 MORRISON STREET
Soule Bros., Bankrupt
Never in the history of piano selling have
pianos sold so fast
Player Pianos and
at $2 per Week payments.
because you can buy
$250 and $300 pianos now
for $9720; only $100 a week.
All other pianos equally
low and on equally low
"Oh, John, Mr. Lucore
says we can have this one
for $337. And look, it's a
$700 Baby Grand and the
same make as Mary's, only
v she paid over $400 for just
Grand Pianos Now Go
for Less Than Same
Quality Uprights ;
700 Values, Now 337
$800 Values, Now 446
$950 Values, Now $518
All Old Established, Reliable Makers
$1050 Weber Pianola $537
$1500 Lester Grand-Pianola. $666
$ SOO Burmeister-Pianola ... $2 1 8
Would You Like a Steck Piano? $48
TERMS: 75 CENTS PER WEEK
My Name Is Lucore
I am in the wholesale piano business. I have sold
pianos at wholesale oh the Pacific Coast for many years.
For a long time I have represented some of the cred
itors, piano manufacturers who have or will suffer a
great loss unless these pianos are sold and paid for at
an early date. That is why the Court of Multnomah
County authorized a sale to me and I bought them at a
discount that is almost unbelievable. A price that will
astonish any prospective piano purchaser is now
marked on every instrument. You certainly owe
yourself an investigation. Terms of two, three or
four years will be given on any piano according to its
value. For the convenience of those not able to call
during the day, the store is open every' evening until
9 P. M. 388 Morrison street.
Behning, Steck, Lester, Web
er, Pianolas, H. P. Nelson,
Wegman, Ivers & Pond and
many other pianos instru
ments you will know at once
are the highest grade made.
Many Old Reliable Makes
Can now be had for less
than cheap pianos would
sell for at any other time.
?250 Pi an as $H7.20.
Guaranteed 5 Years
Pianos $1 1 O.00
Guaranteed 10 Years
450 Pianns $1.00
Guaranteed 10 Years
All others equally low
Less Than Same Quality Upright
Talking Machines Must Go!
Columbia, Edison or Victor
and Lots of Records
We must also close out all fixtures:
Four Desks, Two Safes, a Number of
Chairs, Music Rolls, Rugs, Stools,
Benches, Cabinets and Typewriters.
$600 Wurlitzer Electric Piano $166
$500 Weber Piano $288
Upright Pianos, $1.00 Per Week Player Pianos or Grands $2.00 Per Week
Guaranteed 10 Years
Guaranteed 10 Years
$1000 Values $i
Also many others not listed
above some of the same
values for even less, some
more. To appreciate the true
value of these great bar
gains, you should see them.
CC 1inAVii Soule Bros. Bankrupt
MLLdm J jtLf.-J A 388 Morrison Street
Agent and Creditors' Representative Open in the Evening Until 9 o'clock