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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. WEDNESDAY, NOVE3IBER 4, 1914.
REPUBLICAN MEMBER OF CONGRESS FROM FIRST OREGON
DISTRICT WHO HAS BEEN RE-ELECTED.
T . u T 1 m
art Schaff ner
Scalp Dries-Chokes out the Hair
and Prevents Its Growth.
Republican Senatorial and
Representative Tickets Win
in Early Count.
JOHNSON AND JONES ARE IN
Incumbent Runs Far Away From
Democratic Candidate According
, to the Returns Eight-Hour
law Seems Defeated.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Nov. 4. Scatter
ing returns from all parts of the State
of Washington indicate the success of
the Republican Senatorial and Repre
sentative tickets, that prohibition has
been beaten decisively, Seattle furnish
ing the greater part of the adverse ma
jority and that the proposed eight-hour
law also has been defeated.
The vote was exceedingly heavy and
the count slow owing to the initia
tive, referendum and constitutional
Returns from 40 city precincts show
for prohibition, 3896; against, 5837.
Senatorial, 54 city and five county pre
cincts incomplete: Jones, 1163; Black,
630; Hanson, 933; First Congressional
District, 54 city and five county pre
cincts incomplete: Humphrey, 966;
Moore, 639; Griffith, 553.
Jones Seems Sure of Seat.
Senator "Wesley "Li. Jones, Republi
can, probably is re-elected, defeating
Ole Hanson, Progressive, and William
W. Black, Democrat.
In the first, or Seattle district, Wil
liam E. Humphrey, Republican, is
ahead of William H. Moore, Democrat,
and Austin E. Griffiths, Progressive
probably is elected.
In the Second,, or Bellingham dis
trict, Lindley H. Hadley, Republican,
Is ahead of Earl W. Husted, Democrat,
and John E. Campbell. Progressive, but
the returns are meager.
In the Third, or Tacoma district.
Albert Johnson, Republican, appears to
have been re-elected, defeating Charles
Drury, Democrat, and Stat on Warbur
Democrat at Walla Walla Ahead.
In the Fourth, or Walla Walla dis
trict, only a few precincts have been
reported. In these R. M. Drumheller,
Democrat, is leading William L. Lafol
lette, Republican, the present member,
and M. A. Peacock, Progressive.
In the Fifth, or Spokane district, C.
C. Dill, Democrat. Is leading Thomas
C'orkery, Progressive, and Harry Ros
Supreme Justices Stephen J. Chad
wick and Herman D. Crow appear to
have been re-elected, the third Judge
ship probably going to O. S. Holcomb.
One hundred and ninety-eight pre
cincts out of 2053 in the state give for
prohibition, 12,270; against prohibition,
One hundred and sixty-two precincts
give for Senator Jones (Rep.), 3637;
Hanson (Prog.), 2383; Black (Dem.),
VASCOITEB DRY FIRST TIME
majority of 414 Votes Takes County
Seat Away From Wets.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Indications are that Johnson
and Jones have defeated Drury and
Black by close to a three-to-two vote.
Prohibition has carried by a good ma
jority and all other initiative and ref
erendum measures defeated overwhelm
ingly. Warburton has a small vote, with
Chadwlck, Crow and Mills leading.
Eight precincts. Incomplete, in Clarke
County give: Chadwick 44, Crowe 44,
Mills 34, Holcombe 26, Humphries 20,
Pemberton 4, Jones 20. Black 14, Han
son i Johnson 24, Drury 15, Warbur
ton 2; dry, yes 18, no 10; eight-hour
law, yes 3, no 15.
Vancouver, for the first time in her
history, went dry by 414 majority. The
Vote was 1395 for license, 1809 against.
The county ticket which appears
elected follows: Sheriff, George E.
Thompson, Democrat; Superintendent
of Schools, Mrs. Isabel Barrett, Demo
crat; Engineer, Walter Schwarz; Coun
ty Clerk, Mrs. Fannie Crocker; Auditor,
Mrs. May R Haack; Treasurer. Louis
G. Conant; Attorney, J. O. Blair; As
sessor, W. R Horton; Commissioner, J.
P. Higgins. William Lindsay; Repre
sentative, George McCoy, William M.
The city went Republican, the ticket
peing indicated as follows: Mayor, M,
H. ,fc.vans; Councilman-at-Large, Chris
tian hngleman;. Councilmen, C. W.
Nichols, John P. Winberg, J. G. Win
ters; Clerk, Robert E. Brady; Treas
urer, O. F. Zumsteg; Attorney, George
o. Quupsun, wno )s a democrat
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W ILLIS C HiWLEY.
If you want plenty of thick, beautiful,
glossy, silky hair, do by all means get
rid of dandruff, for It will starve your
hair and ruin it if you don't. -
It doesn't do much good to try to
brush or wash it out. Th only sure
way to get rid of dandruff Is to dis
solve it, then you destroy It entirely.
To do this, get about four ounces of
ordinary liquid arvon: apply It at night
when retiring; use enough to moisten
the scalp and rub it In gently with the
By morning most, if not all. of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or four
more applications will completely dis
solve and entirely destroy every single
sign and trace of It.
You will find. too. that all Itching
and digging of the scalp will stop, and
your hair will be silky, fluffy, lustrous,
soft and look and feel a hundred times
better. Tou can get liquid arvon at
any drug store. It ia inexpensive and
four ounces is all you will need, no
matter how much dandruff you have.
This simple remedy never falls. Adv.
even. The total county vote Is ex
pected to show for prohibition. Scat
tering returns show Albert Johnson
running strong, as is Senator' Jones.
In South Bend and Raymond, the
eight-hour law will carry. A strong
vote against other initiative measures
has been cast. Raymond cat 1650
out of 1900 votes registered.
Chehalis Republicans Ahead.
CHEHALIS, Wash., Jfov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Seven precincts in Lewis County
out of 376 give Jones 169, Black 96,
Haneon 39, Johnson 167, Drury 77, War
burton 32. Prohibition: Yes, 400; no.
322. Eight-hour bill: Yes, 193; no,
231. Indications are that the Repub
licans will carry the county.;
Bay Center Votes Dry.
SOUTH' BEND, Wash., Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Bay Center complete returns
give: Wet. 41; dry. 93; Jones. 71;
Black, 9: Hanson, 38; Johnson, 76;
Drury, 13; Warburton, 32; John W.
Kleeb will be State Senator. The fight
is close between Ed Connor and F. A.
Hart for Representative.
BLACK LEADS LY SKAMANIA
Stevenson Precinct Also Goes Against
Prohibition by Three Votes.
STEVENSON. Wash.. Nov. 3. (Spe
ciai.) Stevenson precinct, 20 votes
counted, with results scattering, gives
Jones for Senator 6, Black 10. Johnson
lor Representative 4, Drury 11.
For prohibition. 8; against, 11. For
eight-hour measure, 6; against. 1L
Stevenson leads Flynn for State Sen
ate by 8, and Sly leads Davison for
Representative by 7.
Complete returns from Wind Moun
tain precinct give Jonea 26, Black 11,
Hanson 6, Johnson 33, Drury 2, Chad
wick 24. urow is. Mills 12, Holcomb 7,
Humphries 11. Pemberton 10. For pro
hibition 19, against 19. For eight-hour
measure 12, against 20. Stevenson for
btate senate 3S, Flynn 6. Sly for Rep
resentative 34, Davison 11. Indications
are that entire Republican county
ticxet will be elected In this county.
1VETS AT RAYMOND AHEAD
Jones and Johnson Put Hanson and
Drury In Shade In Count.
RAYMOND. Wash, Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Raymond cast the largest vote
In its history" today, when 1640 voters
out of a. total registration of 1934
braved a cold, raw day.
Out of 200 votes .counted here the
totals show, for prohibition 82, 119
against; on the eight-hour day meas
ure 97 for, 85 against. Jones and
Johnson are running neck and neck
and are leading Black and Drury two
to one. with Hanson and Warburton
poor thirds. Johnson and Jones will
carry Pacific County by a substantial
plurality, while it is thought initia
tive measures 3 and 13 also will be
Johnson Seems Sure of Scat.
TACOMA, Wash.. Nov. 3. Scattering
reports from Tacoma and Southwest
Washington Indicate the re-election to
Congress from the Third District of
Albert Johnson. Republican.
HAINES LOSES IDAHO
Moses Alexander Leads Dem
ocrats to Governorship.
REPUBLICANS TAKE OTHERS
James H. Brady and, Remainder of
Ticket Carries on Face of Votes
Counted Early Progressive
Gain Suddenly Cut Down.
BOISE, Idaho, Nov. . (Special.)
With the exception of Governor, the
entire Republican ticket from United
States Senator down, appears elected
in Idaho tonight. Governor John M.
Haines seems to have been defeated by
Moses Alexander, Democrat, by a
plurality of from 5000 to 10.000. The
remainder of the Republican ticket and
including United States Senator James
H. Brady and Addison T. Smith and
Robert McCracken are elected by safe
plurality. The Legislature overwhelm
ingly will be Republican.
A total of 13 out of 33 counties In
the state have been reported. The
southeast split on Governor, -which ac
counts for Governor Haines' apparent
defeat. It stood solid for the Repub
lican Congressional delegation. The
southern and southwestern part of the
state cut down Republican majorities,
the vote leaning more to the Progres
sives. The north appears to have remained
with the Republican party. The two
Progressive candidates for state office,
who had a lead on the early returns,
C. O. Broxon, candidate for State Treas
urer, and Clarence Va.nDeusen, candi
date for State Auditor, have had their
majorities cut down with late returns
and unquestionably are defeated. Paul
Clagstone, Progressive candidate for
Senator, together with James H. Haw
ley, Democratic candidate for Senator,
also were defeated. Hugh E. McElroy,
Progressive candidate for Governor,
made a poor showing.
Other Republican candidates elected
are: H. H. Taylor, Lieutenant Gover
nor; George R. Barker, Secretary of
State: Fred L. Huston, State Auditor;
J.H.Peterson. Attorney General; John
Eagleson, State Treasurer; Bernlce Mc
Coy, Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, and Robert N. Bell, Mine Inspector.
HANLEY THANKS FRIENDS
Progressive Candidate Promises
Abide by Election Result.
William Hanley, before leaving the
city last night for Eastern Oregon, said:
'I am leaving tonight at 7:25 for
Burns, where I will be 4100 feet nearer
heaven. The votes are cast and now
let the men and women in the voting
booths count them. I wish to thank
my loyal friends and supporters of all
parties for their efforts in my behalf
and in support of my platform for the
development of Oregon.
"Also, I wish to thank the press of
the state for its courteous treatment
of me and my programme. Win or
lose. I will abide by the result and con
tinue to work for Oregon, just as I will
if the count shows that the queen bee
and the votes have lighted on our tree."
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DEMOCRATS LOSE HEART
EARIT RETURNS DROOP SPIRITS OF
PARTISAN S AT HEADQUARTERS.
Republic" Happy When Vlctorr In
Eait Is Reported on Face of Count.
Voting Ia Watched.
Gloom, great clouds of It, pervaded
the Democratic headquarters in the
Swetland building during the early
hours of the night, as reports of Re
publican landslides In the Eastern
states began to pour in, and advices
of Chamberlain's early lead In Mult
nomah County offered the only gleam
of hope, as all but the Senatorial race
seemed to be decided In favor of - the
Republican candidates, even on early
"We're skinned to a finish In the
East. Yes. sir. we're beaten." mourned
p MacKellar, of Portland. "I don't
mind New York and Pennsylvania so
much, but when Illinois and Ohio go
Republican It's all up." Mr. MacKellar
left downcast, without waiting to hear
later returns on the Senatorial out
come in this state.
"I'm glad Glynn Is defeated In New
York." declared H. D. Wagnon. "He
was no credit to Democracy, but it's too
bad about those other states. But
there's hope yet that later returns will
change the results. We may lose the
Governors, but I tell you what we want
is representation In Congress."
Democratic leaders were absent and
most of them wereto be found about
the corner of Sixth" and Alder streets,
watching The Oregonian bulletins.
As the early returns began to come
into the Republican State Central Com
mittee headquarters In the Imperial
Hotel, the welcome news brought
smiles In its wake. Though the United
States Senatorial result was in doubt,
the Republican landslides in Eastern
states were gratifying, and the appar
ent victory In all other Oregon offices
cheered the party leaders.
"Things are going on the early count
just the way I expected." declared C
B. Moores, state chairman. "From the
Incomplete reports over Oregon we
should swing the state."
More than 200 men were employed
yesterday In watching the election
booths by the Republican County Com
mittee. At the headquarters last night
were many confident predictions of
success. Lafferty was expected to run
high In Lents. Mount Scott, St. Johiu
and Powell Valley.
JAY B0WERMAN MARRIES
Ex-Act ins Governor Claims Jlisi
Way To Hockett as Bride.
Jar Bowerman. a prominent Portland
attorney, and Miss Wayfe Hockett
were married yesterday at the home ot
Mr. Bowerman's sister, Mrs. E. A
Pierce. The ceremony was attended bj
a few relatives and intimate friends.
Mrs. Bowerman is a niece of Robert A
Booth and has been acting as his prl-
vate secretary tor the past year. Mn
Bowerman is a member of the law firm
of Fulton & Bowerman. and has been
prominent in public affairs In Oregon
for many years. He was president of
the State Senate in 1909 and was acting
Governor following the dath of th
late Governor Benson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bowerman left Imme
diately after the wedding for Denvet
and Chicago, where Mr. Bowerman wai
called on legal business. They will
be at home In Portland after several
weeks spent In traveling through th
East and South.
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Sou tli Bend and Raymond Vote
Strong Against Other Measures.
SOUTH BEND. Wash.. Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Preliminary returns from Ray
mond and South Bend precincts show
the wet and dry vote breaking about
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