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THE MORNING OTVEGOTTULS, WEDNESDAY, NOVE3IBEB 4, 1914.
MEMBER OF CONGRESS IN SECOND OREGON DISTRICT
WHOM REPUBLICANS HAVE RE-ELECTED.
This Is -i-.-.. - '
yictroUXVI.$200 - 1:
Chamberlain Ahead in
Count and Hawley
L... Sinnott Win Again.
PROHIBITION FAR AHEAD
Tax-Exemption, Eight-Hour Meas
ure and Bill to Abolish Senate Are
Defeated Vote Tremendous
fi All Over the State..
(Continues Prom First Page)
Booth's plurality 63
iy nam nam in lcaa
But in Multnomah County, with
nearly 6000 votes counted, Mr. Cham
berlain had a plurality there of 991. The
subtraction of Mr. Booth's plurality in
the state fives Mr. Chamberlain a plur
ality of 928. It is practically impossi
ble to make an estimate of the plural
ity by which Mr. Chamberlain will be
elected, as in many counties the totals,
as computed, show only two or three
These figures have come largely from
the cities and the few scattering re
turns from country districts that are
coming in sometimes reverse Mr. Cham
berlain's lead and. sometimes give him
the better of the vote. Lane County
has given Mr. Booth a handsome plur
ality, probably as much as 4000.
Wltkycombe Easy Winner.
Dr. Withycombe has been elected by
a large plurality unless early returns
are deceiving-. If the present ratios
are maintained in the complete vote his
lead over Dr. C. J. Smith will be be
tween 25,000 and 30,000. The rural
counties have gone very strongly for
the Republican candidate while the
cities are not far 'behind them.
Outside of Multnomah County the
figures on the contest for Governor
between the two candidates are as fol
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NICHOLAS J. SINNOTT.
lying precinct give Booth 40, Chamber
lain 48. Hanlev 6. Smith 40, Withy
combe 50, U'Ren 6, Hawley 28, Hollls-
ter 35, Mears 5. Prohibition, yes 45,
SMITH WIXS. HOOD RIVER
185; Hanley, 23; Ramp,
10; Purdy, 2: C J.
Smith, 15; U'Ren, 8;
Withycombe's lead 1,033
With the vote in Multnomah County
added the figures stand as follows:
Emltb 4 3.781
10; Stine, 5.
Smith, 146; W. J,
Eight-hour law 320
$1500 exemption 326
Prohibition 332 yes, 38; 333 no,
Abolish State Senate 350 yes,
351 no, 38.
Some precincts not yet counting
yes, 16; 321
yes, 11; 27
Withycombe's lead 1.7B2
Hawley and Sinnott Win.
For Representative in Congress in
the First district W. C. Hawley has
been elected over Fred Hollister. The
Incomplete, returns give the following
Hawley : 1.794
Hawley1 s lead 73
In the Second district N. J. Sinnott
has been re-elected. The figures are
as follows on the incomplete count:
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Drys 303 Ahead Outside.
The vote on prohibition outside of
Multnomah County is as follows on in.
Affirmative lead 302
While the majority against prohibi
tion in Multnomah County in the in
complete returns is 477, it must be re
membered that the up-state vote is
twice as large as the . Multnomah
Jounty vote and that a greater pro
portion of the total vote has been
counted in Multnomah than in any
Throughout the state there has been
a general vote against abolishment of
the Senate and the $1500 tax exemp
tion and the universal eight-hour law.
Returns from 19 counties on these
measures give practically a two-to-one
vote against each measure.
In the Senatorial contest 'William
Hanley ran a poor third. In the State
outside of Multnomah County the in
complete count gives him 485, but the
figures are not so complete as those
returned on Booth and Chamberlain.
Adding in Multnomah County Hanley
nas 1323 votes as compared with 4677
for Booth and 6605 for Chamberlain.
HEPPXER GIVES BOOTH LEAD
Prohibition Ahead and Weston Nor
mal Running Well.
fc.HEPPNER, Or., Nov. 3 (Special.)-
Incomplete returns from four Heppner
precincts give Cleaver 30,. Evans 25,
Binnott 50, Booth 60, Chamberlain 45,
Hanley 9, Smith 35. Wlthycombe 85,
.Barrett ou. scott 41, Bishop 40, Stan
For county officers: Sheriff, Hayes
tuem.) 62. McDuffie (Rp.) 67; Clerk,
Huston (Dem.) 52,-Waters (Rep.) 45;
Treasurer, Cilliam (Rep.) 38, Hughes
tuem.) 04; commissioner, Currin (Rep.)
eu, jones tuem.) btj.
- All Republicans lead In remainder of
state offices. The Weston Normal has
small lead. Prohibition amendment in
lour precincts, incomplete, was ves 31.
no 21. It is believed that the entire
county win give a majority of Repub
ncan candidates a large margin. The
vote was neavy an day.
CHAMBER! 1 TX IjEADS DOTJGIiAS
Prohibition Ahead in Votes From 1 3
ROSEBURG, Or.. Nov. 3 (Special.)
incomplete returns rrom 13 nrecinota
In Douglas County give the following
Booth 104, Chamberlain 143, Hanley
23, Smith 116, Withycombe 169, Hawley
nguisier is; xor prohibition 164,
against pronioition 117; for J1500 ex
emption vz, against J1500 exemption
121; ior aooiisning state Senate 67.
BOOTH IS LEADING IX WASCO
Wets Have Small Iead and Withy
combe's Vote Is Safe.
THE DALLES, Or, Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Fifteen incomplete and two
complete precincts out of 45 In Wasco
For Senator Booth, 299; Chamber
lain. 268; Hanley, 18; Ramp, 3;
For Governor Gill, 6; Purdy, 3; C
J. Smith, 245; W. J. Smith. 2; U'Ren,
10: Withycombe. 381.
For Representative Cleaver, 134;
Evans, 43; Sinnott. 462.
For Prohibition 275: against. zs.
For $1500 exemption 76; against.
For abolishment 1 State Senate 94;
For eight-hour law 106; against,
CHAMBERLAIN WIXS BAKER
Incomplete Returns Show Heavy
Vote Against Prohibition.
BAKER. Or, Nov. 3. (Special.) In
complete returns from eight out of 41
precincts in Baker County give Cleaver
77, Evans 72. Sinnott 125, Booth 69,
Chamberlain 134, Hanley 19, Ramp 11,
Stine 10, Gill 7. Purdy 2, C J. Smith 88,
W. J. Smith 26, U'Ren 7, Wlthycombe
Prohibition, for 86. against 5 110; ex
emption tax. for 35. against 91; eight-
hour law, for 47. against 84; Senate
abolishment, for 23, against 86.
HUNTINGTON, Or., Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Of 301 votes cast and 105 count
ed, Withycombe received 78, Smith 27,
Chamberlain 25. Booth 35, and Han
SMITH TOS FORE IX CROOK
berlain 108, Hawley 8, Gill 1. C. J.
Smith 108, U'Ren 1, Withycombe 159,
Hawley 127, Hollister 64, Mears 2. For
prohibition 138, against 85. Harry H.
Bell, for Circuit Judge, is . leading
strong. Watt Henderson is" elected
RACE ' IS EVEN IX
Chamberlain Also Is Ahead and
Prohibition Falls Behind.
BEND, Or., Nov. 3. (Special.)
Later returns show Smith well in the
lead of Withycombe in Crook County.
Incomplete returns from 10 precincts
give Smith 66, Withycombe 34, Booth
41. Chamberlain 110, Hanley 7, Sinnott
30, Evans 15. ,
Prohibition, yes 23, No 31; eight-
hour law, yes 6, no 16; abolishing Sen
ate, yes 18, no 8; 51500 exemption, yes
8, no 10. Vote of the'eounty will exceed
SMITH BEHIXD IN OLD HOME
Wets Are Ahead in Early Returns at
PENDLETON. Or., Nov. 3. (Special.)
Incomplete returns from all 16 Pen'
dleton precincts and one Milton pre
i or Representative In Congress-
Cleaver, 60; Evans, 64; Sinnott, 191. '
For United States Senate Booth,
150; Chamberlain, 194; Hawley, 12,
For Governor Smith, 186; U'Ren, 1;
Eight-hour law Te, 42; no, 78.
Prohibition . amendment Wet. 154
RESULT IX OOOS IS CLOSE
Chamberlain and Wlthycombe Lead
on Early Returns
MARSHFIELD, Or., Nov. 3. (Spe-
Booth by Few Votes.
BEND, Or, Nov. 3. Because of the
county-division fight, which is the hot
test political struggle ever staged In
Crook County, the vote will total close
to 95 per cent of registration. An al
most even break for the Governorship
between Smith and Withycombe is pre
dicted. Chamberlain seems a favorite
for the Senatorship with a small lead
over Booth. Hanley is a negligible fac
tor in this county. Some predict that
he will receive less than 10 per cent of
the total vote.
All indications are that prohibition
will carry the county.
Sinnott is a universal favorite for
Congress and will win overwhelmingly,
ALBANY GOING REPUBLICAN
Booth, Withycombe and Hawley
Ahead In Early Count.
ALBANY, Or., Nov. 3. (Special.)
Incomplete returns In eight out of 53
precincts in Linn County give:
Representative Coe 13, Hawley 148,
Hollister 92, Mears 5, Richards 10.
Senator Booth 161, Chamberlain 141,
Hanley 6, Ramp 3, Stine 5.
Governor C. J. Smith 127. U'Ren 2,
Incomplete returns from six pre
cincts on prohibition amendment give
dry 95, wet 44.
Partial returns from two precincts
give $1500 exemption, yes 12, no 25.
Abolishment of state senate, yes 11
no 27. Eight-hour law, yes 15, no SO.
UNION IS FOR CHAMBERLAIN
Wlthycombe Has Big Lead Over
Smith; Prohibition Is Close.
LA GRANDE, Or., Nov. 3 (Special.)
Incomplete returns from 10 precincts
in Union County give: For Congress
Cleaver, 147; Evans 85; - Sinnott 181.
Senator Booth 156; Chamberlain 179
Hanley 46. Governor Gill 13; C. J.
Smith 190; Withycombe 261. Prohi
bition Yea 59; no 64. Tax exemption-
Yes 29, no 64. State Senate Yes 27, no
52. Eight-hour law Yes 25, no 74.
Wallowa Race Close. .
ENTERPRISE, Or., Nov. 8. (Spe
cial.) Incomplete returns from seven
precincts in Wallowa County give
Booth 154, Chamberlain 157, Hanley 25,
Gill 8. C. J. Smith 162, U'Ren 8, Withy
combe 181, Cleaver 82, Evans 50, Sin-
nttt 78; eight-hour law, yes 21, no 146
$1500 exemption, yes 43, no 85; prohi
bition, wet 117, dry 234; abolishment of
the Senate, yes 48, no 90.
cial.) Partial returns from seven pre
nlnnts. f7ooa Countv. srive: Booth. 52
against abolishing State Senate 131; for Chamberlain, 65; Hollister, 89; Hawley,
eight-hour law, 137.
CHAMBERLAIN FAR IN LEAD
iledford Also Favors Smith
Wlthycombe by 49.
35; C. J. Smith, 23; Withycombe, 41.
Eight-hour law, yes 33, no 23; Senate
bill, yes 13, no 21; wet 78, dry 67
docks, yes 5, no 20; tax bill, yes 1,
Smith and Chamberlain lead in Curry
MEDFORD, Or.. Nov. 3. Incomplete BOOTH
returns rrom iz precincts in Jackson
County give: Booth 42, Chamberlain
101, tianiey zz.
femlth 121, U'Ren 5. Withycombe 72.
inawiey 73, Hollister 108, Mears 3L
Prohibition, yes 148. no 88.
Withycombe Far Ahead of Smith and
Wets Are Leading.
Chamberlain Leads by 19.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. Nov. 8.-
Senator, Booth 8, Chamberlain 27, Han
ley 6; for Governor, C. J. Smith 22,
Withycombe 12; eight-hour law, for
20, against 20; tax exemption law, for
14, against 12; prohibition, for 26
against 21; abolishing Senate, for 16,
Booth Leads in Lincoln.
TOLEDO, Or Nov. S. (Special.)
Incomplete returns from Lincoln Coun
ty give Booth 63, Chamberlain 50, Han
ley 8; C. J. Smith 35, U'Ren 3, Withy
combe 70; Hawley 64. Hollister 32,
Mears 2; dry 53, wet 41; tax exemption,
for 33, against 61; eight-hour law, for
31, against 50.
Wets Ahead at Arlington.
ARLINGTON. Or., Nov. 3. Arlington
precinct, Gilliam County, lncomplet
Representative, Cleaver, 14; Evans,
Democrat, 14; sinnott. Republican, 13
Senator. Booth, Republican, 21; Cham
berlain, 21; Hanley, Progressive.
Governor. Gill, 0; Smith, Democrat, 24
Withycombe, 18. Prohibition, yes 18,
ASTORIA IS FOR CHAMBERLAIN
Withycombe Has Good Lead and
Drys Are Losing.
ASTORIA, Or., Nov. 3. (Special.)
Returns up to 11 o clock give Repre
sentative in Congress Coe. 7; Hawley,
251; Hollister, 107; Mears, 1; Rich
United States Senator Booth, 179;
SALEM, Or., Nov. 3. (Special.) In
complete returns from 17 precincts out
of 73 in Marion County give:
Hawley 412, Hollister 199. Booth 314,
Chamberlain 308, Hanley 82, Smith 261,
Incomplete returns from 11 precincts
In Marlon County give: Dry 155, wet
Booth Leads in Yamhill.
M'MINNVILLE. Or., Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Fifteen precincts out of 35 In
Wlthycombe First in Benton.
CORVALLIS, Or., Nov. 3. (Special.)
Partial returns in three out of 22
precincts of Benton County give 14 to
against eight-hour law; 10 to 2 agalns
$1500 tax amendment; 9 to 3 against
aDousnment jsenate; i-Tomtntion, yes
14, no z. w liny com De, zi; emlth, 9
uootn, lz; Chamberlain, 15.
Chamberlain Leads in Lake.
LAKKEVIEW. Or.. Nov. 3. Ineom
plete returns give: Booth 11, Chamber
lain 25. Hanley 11; C J. Smith 15,
Withycombe 22, U'Ren 2; Evans 12,
Sinnott 18; prohibition, yes 10, no 9.
Chamberlain First In Josephine,
cial. ) Incomplete
Or.. Nov. 3. (Spe-
returns from five
Yamhill County give Booth 111, Cham- 1 precincts In Grants Pass. and one pu
Chamberlain, Too, .Has Lead on In
HOOD RIVER. Or, Nov. 8. (Special.)
-Eight precincts Incomplete out of 12
In Hood River County give:
Congress Sinnott 183, Evans 33,
United States Senate Booth 111.
Chamberlain 157, Hanley 51.
Governor Smith 136. Wlthycombe
103. U'Ren 14.
Universal eight-hour bill 320, yes 28,
321. no 86.
Prohibition, 332. yes 104; 333. no 86.
$1500 exemption, 336, yes 68; 327,
Abolishing State Senate, 350, yes 29;
351, no 63.
CHAMBERLAIN IN LEAD BY SIX
Hanley Gets One Vote in First Few
Ballots Albany Counts.
ALBANY. Or., Nov. 3. (Special.)
The first few ballots counted In three
Albany precincts give Booth 15, Cham
berlain 21 -and Hanley 1. The count
on Governor Is: Gill, 0; Purdy, 6; C. J
Smith. 16; U'Ren, 0; Withycombe. 25.
For Representative the count is: Coe,
; Hawley. 15; Hollister, 17; Mears, 0;
No votes have been counted on meas
ures. Most of the election boards took
recess for dinner when the polls
closed at 8 o'clock and the count didn't
begin until 9 o'clock. . .
Vote Close in Woodburn.
WOODBURN, Or., Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Two precincts In Woodburn
proper. 774 votes cast and 140 votes
counted, give W. C. Hawley, for Con
gress, 61; Hollister 33; Booth, Senate,
66; Chamberlain 65; C. J. Smith, Gov
ernor, 64; Wlthycombe 86; Dry amend
ment, for 74; against 53.
Booth Ties Chamberlain.
BEND, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.) In
complete returns from six Crook Coun
ty precincts give Smith 38, Wlthycombe
52, Booth 42, Chamberlain 42. Hanley 4,
Sinnott 15. Evans 4; dry 14, wet 10;
abolishment of Senate, 4 to 4; $1500 ex
emption, yes 3, no 1; eight-hour law,
yes 7, no 10.
Booth Leads in Moro.
MORO. Or.. Nov. 3. (Special.)-The
first 30 votes counted in Moro precincts
give Cleaver 8, Evans 6, Sinnott 16,
Booth 16, Chamberlain- 12, Hanley 1,
C. J. Smith 9. Withycombe 18.
Booth Almost 2 To 1.
DRAIN. Or- Nov. 3. (Special.) Two
precincts incomplete in Drain show the
following: For Senator, Booth, 47;
Chamberlain, 29; for Governor: Wlthy
combe, 66; Smith, 20; for Attorney-General:
Brown, 70; Jeffry, 14.
Elgin for Wlthcombe.
ELGIN. Or.. Nov. 3. (Special.) In
complete returns here give Withycombe
25 and Smith 21 In the guoernatorial
race. The precinct cast 200 votes.
Condon Counts for Booth.
CONDON." Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Incomplete returns In four precincts of
Gilliam County show: Booth 82. Cham
berlain 80, Smith 66, Wlthycombe 94
Evans 80, Cleaver 21. Sinnott 86. 332,
1 ; 333, 3; 326, 51; 327, 32; 350. 23
351, 47; 320, 9; 321, 36; 322. 29; 323, 18.
BOOTH AHEAD IN CLACKAMAS
Drys Carry Precincts Counted and
Several Measures Win.
OREGON CITY, Or.. Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Incomplete returns in Clacka
mas from nine precincts out of 66
Coe 19; Hawley 143; Hollister 66;
Mars 3: Richards 14; Booth 108;
Chamberlain 101; Hanlev 6; Ramp 0;
Stine 0; Gill 2; Purdy 3; C. J. Smith 55:
W. J. Smith 17; U'Ren 55; Wlthycombe
lzs; Prohibition, yes 139. no 73: $1500
exemption, yes S6. no 25; abolishment
State Senate 10 yes. no; eight-hour
law, yes 40, no 31.
LANE COUNTY IS FOR BOOTH
Withycombe Has Heavy Lead Over
Smith for Governor.
EUGENE, Or, Nov. 3 Incomplete re
turns from 42 precincts In Lane County
Booth, Rep., 703; Chamberlain, Dem.
681; Hanley. Rep.. 136; C. J. Smith
Dem., 636; Withycombe, Rep., 758
Hawley. Rep.. 669; Hollister. Dem, 504
Prohibition Yes, 445; no, 289.
Returns from 36 precincts give the
following totals on measures:
Eight-hour measure, yes 74, no 297;
$1500 exemption, yes 72, no 265; prohi
bition, yes 232. No 143; abolish Senate,
yes 94, no 228.
Colnmbia for Booth. '
ST. HELENS, Or, Nov. 8. (Special.)
Incomplete returns In Columbia
County give: Coe 12, Hawley 76, Hol
lister 29. Mears 2, Richards 16; Booth
59, Chamberlain 66, Hanley 19; Ramp
14, Stine 5, GUI 1, Purdy 0; L. J. Smith
49, W. J. Smith 16. U'Ren 1. Withy
combe 79; prohibition, yes 62, no 69;
$1500 amendment, yes 33, no 60; eight-
hour law, yes 68, no 65.
Hillsboro for Chamberlain.
HILLSBORO. Or, Nov. 3. Two nun
dred votes counted In four precincts of
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