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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY- NOVEMBER 5, 1914.
PHELAN HAS STRONG
LEAD IN CALIFORNIA
Progressives Name Represent
ative in Congress Ten
PROHIBITION IS DEFEATED
Ijght-Hour, Red Light Abatement
and Antl-Prlaeeflght Measures Are
Also Beaten Governor John-
eon's Plurality Grows.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 4. Demo
crats gained a United 6tates Senator
and the Progressives a Representative
In Congress in Tuesday's balloting In
James D. Phelan (Dera.), who ap
pears to have a commanding lead over
Joseph R. Xnowland and Francis J.
Heney In the contest for the Senator
ship, will take the seat vacated by
George W. Perkins (Rep.), who did not
In the Sixth District, comprising Al
ameda County, J. Av Elston (Prog.) ap
pears to have won a triangular contest
for the seat in the House of Represent
atives surrendered by Joseph R. Know
land (Rep.), who elected to make the
race for the Senate;
la the ten other California Congres
sional districts the incumbent Repre
sentatives were returned. William
Kent (Ind.), who appeared to have fig
ured in a real contest when meager re
turns first came from the First Dis
trict, drew away rapidly late today and
will have a wide margin or votes.
Latest returns Indicate the probable
defeat of Justice Angellottl by Judge
"Conley for Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court, but the vote is so close
that more complete llgures- win oe re
quised before the result can be fore
cast with certainty.
The red-light abatement and antl
prisefight measures appear to have
shared the fate of prohibition and the
eight-hour law, although' their defeat
was accomplished by a narrower
Governor Johnson's plurality contin
ued to grow today and seemed likely
to approach the 100,000 mart
MISSOURI VOTE IS DIVIDED
Two Republicans Elected to Con-
, gress; One District In Doubt.
ST.' LOUIS, Nov. 4. Thirteen Demo
crats, two Republicans and one district
claimed by both parties; such was the
status of Missouri s Congressional del
aeration as indicated by returns to
night, decisive except in the Fourteenth
Meeker and Dyer, the only Republi
cans elected, were carried to victory by
the Republican landslide in St. Louis,
wherein their districts lie.
. In the Fourteenth district J. J. Rus
sell (Dem.) tonight claimed re-election
by a plurality of several hundred,
while Thomas J. Brown (Rep.), who
was leading with several counties in'
complete, also was confident otvic
tory. - i-
Aimost complete returns from the en
tire state continue to show a plurality
of about 50.000 for Senator Stone, the
remainder of . the Democratic state
ticket winning with approximately
40,000 votes to spare. Woman suffrage
and the county unit proposition, like
all other .amendments, were defeated.
MOXTANA WOX BT DEMOCRATS
Representatives In Congress Conced
ed; Woman Suffrage in Doubt.
HELENA, Mont.. Nov. 4. Repre
sentatives Evans and Stout, both Dem
ocrats, and Associate Justice Holloway,
Rep., have been re-elected.
Republican . state neaaquarters to
night conceded the re-election of the
members of Congress. With close to
65per cent of the total vote of the state
at hand the vote stands: Evans, Dem.,
22,257?" Stout, Dem.. 20,950; Maddox,
. Rep., -15,8134 McCormlck. Reft., 15.790
The official count probably- will be
required before the fate of woman suf
frage is known.
Control of the Legislature is claimed
tonight by both Democratic and Repub
lican state central committees;
GEIER'S MEN RELEASED
Parole Allowed on Order of State
Department at IVashington.
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 4. Rear-Admiral
Pond, in charge here of the en
forcement of neutrality, received orders
today for release on parole of two of
ficers and two petty officers of the
German cruiser Geier, who were ar
rested on their arrival from Honolulu,
where their ship had been Interned..
Admiral Pond's action was taken, he
explained, on the strength of a message
from Count von Bernstorff, the German
Ambassador at Washington, to Baron
von Schack, the acting Vice-Consul
liere, in which the Ambassador In
formed the Baron that he had taken
the case up with Washington and had
received assurances from the State De
partment that an order for release
on parole would be given.
Accordingly Admiral Pond paroled
the Germans within the limits of the
port of San Francisco, and reported
this action to the Navy Department at
HOSPITAL SHIP NOT LISTED
British Also Say Captnred German's
Actions Were Suspicious.
LONDON, Nov. 4. The Admiralty an
nounces that the German steamer
Ophelia, which was seized while she
was flying the Red Cross flag, and
against which action Germany pro
tested. Is being detained because her
name had not been given to England
as that of a hospital ship, in accordance
with The Hague convention.
The Admiralty adds that at the time
of the seizure of the Ophelia she was
behaving in a manner inconsistent
with the duties of a hospital ship, and
the vessel will be brought before
Tribute Paid Indian' Troops.
LONDON, Nov. 4. The official press
bureau, in a statement issued today,
pays tribute to the bravery and
' adaptability of the Indian troops In
France and Belgium. General French
commander-in-chief . of the British
forces In the field, has sent a congratu
latory message to their commander.
Ex-Senator Kean Dead.
ELIZABETH. N. J.. Nov. 4. John
Kean. ex-United States Senator from
New Jersey, died here tonight after a
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Boles Penrose. Penasylvaala.
Wlllfam P. DUllaarkam. Vermont,
HOUSE LEAD SILL
Democrats Will Hold Senate
by Probably 14. .
PROGRESSIVE VOTE SMALL
Dwindling of Third Party Strength
Is Feature of Election Hepub
r licans Carry Ohio, Demo
crats Win Indiana.
(Continued From First Page.)
hour tonight were claimed by the Dem
ocrats in. two districts In Colorado and
one -in New Jersey, and by the Repub
licans In .two districts in Kansas and
one in North Carolina. .
In the Sixth California District, J A.
Elston, Prog., led George H. Derrick,
Rep., by a slight margin. Democratic
leaders claimed the election of H. H.
Seldomridge and Edward Keating in
the Second and Third Colorado Dis
tricts. Representative Tuttle, of the
Fifth New Jersey District, was in dan
ger of losing his seat to John H. Cap
stick, Rep., but his supporters claimed
his election. Republicans claimed vic
tory for W. A. calderhead and John
R. Dykes in the Fifth and Sixth Kan
sas Districts; and for J. J. Brltt in the
Tenth North Carolina District.
WORK'S ELECTION INDICATED
Republican Gaining In Race for Sen
ator from Colorado.
DENVER, Nov. 4. With one-half of
the precinctBnd approximately three
fourths oftlrei 'Colorado vote reported;
the election f the following Congres
sional candidates is indicated:
United States Senator Hubert Work,
Representative In Congress First
District, Benjamin Hilliard, Dem.; Sec
ond District, C B. Timberlake, Rep.;
Third District, N. M. McLean, Rep-
Prog.; Fourth District. Edward T. Tay
For Senator, Thomas, Ind. In 77 pre
dncts. Including all but eight of 190
In Denver, has 57,228 votes and Work
has 56,863. Belated returns, however.
are ' rapidly pulling down the narrow
lead and the Republicans claim the
election of Work by 3500. while in
Democratic circles it is admitted that
Thomas will lose 'by at least 1000 If
the present ratio of gain is maintained
by the Republicans. .
The prohibition amendment, on re
turns from 741 precincts, including
Denver, complete give: For 78,911
against 76,269. Belated returns have
increased the lead of the dry a. -
For Governor.' 772 precincts in 40
counties, with eight Denver precincts
missing give Carlson, Rep., 86,476; Pat
terson, Dem., 58,893.
James H. Teller. Dem., is leading lor
Justice of the Supreme Court and Fred
Farrar. incumbent. Dem.. is leading for
Attorney-General. With these excep
tions the election of the entire Repub
lican state ticket is indicated.
In complete returns late tonight on
candidates for the House of Represen
tatives and state offices gave the fol
For Representative In Congress, First
District. 185 precincts out of 193 give
Hilliard. Dem., 24,861; Phelps, Rep.
In the Second District, 238 precincts
in 10 counties give Seldomridge 16,032,
Timberlake 16,432. in the Third Dis
trict, 130 precincts in seven counties
give Keating, Dem., 9958; McLean,
Rep.-Prog, 10,844. In the Fourth Dls
trict, 101 precincts in eight counties
give Taylor, Dem.. 10,353, Balrd, Rep.-
Prog., 4338. ,
SMOOT RE-ELECTED IX UTAH
Republicans Concede Representative
in Congress to Fusionist.
SALT LAKE. Nov. 4. Returns now at
hand assure that Senator Smoot (Rep.)
has been re-elected by 1500 to 2000 ma
Jorlty over Moyle, fusionist. The Re
publicans have also elected McCarty
Supreme Court Justice.
Republicans concede the election of
James 11. Mays, Democrat-Progressive,
in the Second Congressional district.
Wyoming Governor Democratic.
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. Nov. 4. Republi
can state headquarters late today con
ceded the election of Democratic can
dldates for Governor, Secretary of State
and State Treasurer, but claimed the
remainder of the state ticket. Demo
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES CHOSEN FOR
Wesley C Jones, Washington.
Albert B. Cnmmlns. Iowa
cratic state headquarters said J. B. !
Kendrick (Dem.-Proe.) candidate for
Governor, would have 4000 majority.
OHIO SWEPT BY REPUBLICANS
Prohibition and Woman Suffrage
Amendments Are Beaten'
CINCINNATI. Nov. 4. That Ohio will
have a Republican Senator to succeed
Senator Burton, a Republican Governor
to succeed James M. Cox, Dem, and a
Republican majority In the. state Con
gressional delegation is assured as the
result of the election in this state yes
terday. The results of the two prin
cipal contests follow:
For United States Senator Warren
G. Hardiug Rep., elected over Timothy
S. Hogan, Dem., and Arthur L, Garf ord,
For Governor Representative Frank
B. Willis, Rep., elected over the incum
bent, James M. Cox, Dem, and James
Republicans carried 12 out of the 22
Republicans elected the entire state
The amendment asking for state
wide prohibition is defeated.
The amendment asking tor woman
suffrage is defeated.
GOVERNOR FERRIS RE-ELECTED
Michigan Sends 1 1 Republicans to
Congress; One District In Doubt.
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 4. Returns
from practically every county In Mich
igan, with Borne precincts missing, in
creased the lead of Governor Ferris,
Dem., over ex-Governor Osborn, Rep.,
to more than 30,000 votes. Osborn
conceded his defeat today and sent a
message of congratulation to his sue
cessful opponent. Latest returns for
Governor, including 173 of 215 pre
cincts in Wayne County, gave: 'Ferris
150,635, Osborn 118,891; Pettengill,
Congressional returns indicate the
re-election of Frank E. Doremus, Dem.,
in the First District, and of Samuel W
Beakes, Dem., in the Second. Repub
lican candidates were successful In the
other 11 districts.
Complete unofficial returns in the
Second District gave Beakes a plurality
of 70 votes over Mark Bacon, Rep. A
recount may be asked for by Mr. Bacon.
DEMOCRAT WINS FOR SENATE
Republicans Elect.. Two of Three
Representatives jn South Dakota.
PIERRE. S. D., Nov. 4 After re
celving returns from the northern
counties of the state tonight. Repre
sentative Burke, Rep., conceded the
election of E. S. Johnson, Dem., to the
United States Senate and telegraphed
Harry L. Gandy, Dem., defeated W.
G. Rice, Rep., in the Third Congres
slonal District Dy a substantial ma
In the other two Congressional dis
tricts the Republican candidates were
WHITMAN'S LEAD IS DECISIVE
New York. Assembly Will Be Repub
lican in Both Uouses.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. With returns
from 297 districts in New York State
today, Charles S Whitman's indicated
plurality for Governor was 125,000 to
130,000. Indications were that James
W. Wadsworth's plurality for United
States Senator would be about 50,000.
Governor Glynn carried New York
City by 55,960, but this was vastly out
n fcp W:f
THIRTY-FOUR. UNITED STATES SENATORS CHOSEN IN 32
- tTnited States Senators were elected Tuesday as follows:
Alabama Oscar W. Underwood, Democrat. ';
Arizona Marcus A. Smith, Democrat.
Arkansas James Clarke, Democrat. "
California James D. Phelan, Democrat,
Colorado Hubert Work. Republican.
Connecticut -Frank B. Brandege, Republican. .
Florida Duncan U. Fletcher, Democrat.
Georgia Hoke Smith, Democrat, long term; Thomas W. Hard wick,
, Democrat, term ending 1919.
IdahoJames H. Brady, Republican.
Illinois Lawrence Y. Sherman, Republican.
Indiana Benjamin F. Shlvely, Democrat.
Iowa Albert J. Cummins, Republican.
Kansas In doubt.
Kentucky J. W. Beckman, Democrat, Ions term; Johnson N. Cam
den, Democrat, term ending March 3. 1915.
Louisiana B. J. Broussard. Democrat.
Maryland John Walter Smith, Democrat.
Missouri William J. Stone, Democrat.
Nevada Samuel Piatt. Republican, probable.
New Hampshire Jacob H. Gallinger, Republican. .'
New York James . W. Wadsworth, Republican.
North Carolina Lee S. Overman, Democrat.
North- Dakota Asle J. Gronna. Republican. ,
Ohio Warren O. Harding, Republican.
Oklahoma Thomas P. Gore, Democrat.
Oregon George . E. Chamberlain. Democrat,
Pennsylvania Boies Penrose, Republican; -South
Carolina Ellison B. Smith. Democrat.
South Dakota. E. S. Johnson, Democrat.
Utah Reed Smoot, Republican.
Vermont William P. Dillingham. Republican.
Washington Wesley L. Jones, Republican.
Wisconsin Francis E. McGovern. Republican.
SENATOR IN EIGHT PROMINENT
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James W. Wadtwurtk, New York.
Warren G. Hardlns;. Ohio.
weighed by the tremendous Repub
lican vote upstate.
Sulzer"s vote, which with 297 dis
tricts missing has amounted to 113,548,
is likely to attain a total of 125,000.
Davenport's total from returns so far
received has reached nearly 44,749.
I he political complexion of the State
Senate has been reversed, the Repub
licans electing 34 members and the
Democrats 17, as against 33 Democrats
and 18 Republicans in the present body.
Twenty additional Republicans nave
been elected to the State Assembly. In
the new Assembly there will be 100
Republicans and 50 Democrats.
The New York State delegation to
Congress will be composed of 22 Re
publicans, 19 Democrats, one Progres
sive and one Socialist. These figures
show a Republican gain of 10. The
Socialist Representative is Mayer Lon
don, of this city. 1
NEBRASKA SEEMS DEMOCRATIC
Woman Suffrage, Supported by
Bryan, Apparently Is Defeated.
OMAHA, Nov.' 4. Although returns
are still incomplete, enough have baen
gathered to indicate that the Demo
crats have elected the Governor and
three Representatives in Congress and
that most or all of the lesser-Democratic
candidates on the state ticket
have b9on elected with ' Governor
Morehead. The ballots on the' legis
lative tickets are still far from com
plete and the final result will not be
known for a day or more.
The Republicans have elected Rep
resentatives' in Congress from three
Locally the ' Democratic ticket has
been generally successful. s
The greatest Interest centered on the
race for Governor and It is apparent
that Governor Morehead, Denu. has
been re-elected by a plurality which
will exceed 10,000. Figures on other
candidates on the state ticket are far
from complete, but it is belitved the
Governor has carried with him the en
tire Democratic state ticket. Omaha,
normally Republican, gave Morehead
a plurality of nearly 4000. R. Beecner
Howell, the Republican candidate, re
sides in this city.
Returns on the woman suffrage
amendment are still far from complete,
but those compiled thus far indicated
that it is defeated. Suffragists made
an extraordinary campaign In this
state and were "opposed ' by anti-suffrage
organizations of Nebraska wom
en, the campaign being bitterly fought
out until the polls closed. .
Secretary of State Bryan spoke for
WISCONSIN SENDS MT GOVERN
Republican Plurality of From 1000
to 4 00 0 Indicated.
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 4. Belated
though still .incomplete returns from
the vote on United States Senator in
yesterday's election Indicate that Gov
ernor McGovern, Rep., is elected by a
small plurality, ranging anywhere
from 1000 to 4000 votes over Paul O.
An official canvass may be necessary
to determine the correct result. .
New Mexico Republican Leads.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Nov. 4. Re
vised estimates based on incomplete re
turns from nearly every county late
today indicate that B. C Harnandez,
Rep., will have a plurality over Fergu
son, Dem.,- of approximately 2400 for
Representative in Congress. The col
lapse of the Progressive party was the
feature of the election.
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James H. Brady, Idako.
Francis C McGovern. Wisconsin.
FOUR STATES 'DRY'
Oregon, Washington, Colorado,
Arizona Vote Out Liquor.
TWO OTHERS RETAIN IT
California .and Ohio Reject Prohibi
tion, Latter State Adopting Rome
Rule Law Recognized as.
CHICAGO. Nov. 4. Four- of the slXIsive constitute Minnesota s Congres
states that voted. Tuesday on the ex
tirpatlon of saloons decided, according
to latest returns tonignt. w rorora m
sale of alcoholic, beverages in future
and" two voted to retain saloons. Ohio
and California, kept their saloons, while
Washington, Colorado. Oregon ana
Arizona closed theirs. Washington on
first returns showed a wet majority,
but later returns gave the drys a lead.
which tended to increase.
Unofficial returns from Arizona show
that saloons were voted out, the wo
men aiding materially in reaching this
result, as well as In voting to retain
the death penalty, thus condemning
finally to death 16 murderers awaiting
the outcome of the eleotlon.
Ohio retained saloons by a good ma-
jorlty and adopted a home-rule amend-
ment that was recognized as a saioon
Missouri defeated the county unit
system of local option, (which preclud-
ed the rural vote on s&ioons in option
INDIANA GOES DEMOCRATIC
Shively's Election to Senate Regard-
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 4. With two
thirds of the vote tabulated Senator
Shlvely (Dem.) has 33.000 plurality
over Hugh Miller, Republican candi
date, and it is believed Shively's lead
will be maintained through the state.
His return to the Senate seems certain.
The state Democratic ticket seems
assured of election by a plurality of
ARIZONA VOTES TO HANG
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT NOT ABOL
ISHED AT POLLS.
Labor Meaenre Requiring: SO Per cent 1
of Persona Employed Shall Be
Americas Is Also Defeated.
PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 4. While vot
ing their state dry In the election yes
terday, the men . and women or Ari
zona sentenced to death is murderers.
who have been Held In the Florence
penitentiary under reprieve pending
the outcome of the balloting on the
proposal to abolish capital punish
ment. Returns up to tonight made It
Manning's Coffee Store
Fourth and Alder
passed By the ;
In thia day, when every
thing is censored, from
movies to cable dispatches,
i is well! to remember that
Politz clothes are censored.
" 1 They are oensored by
.every Portlander. who sees
.- you wearing them by your
, ; business and social acquaint
ances. ' If they don't pass, you
lose just that much in their
They must fit they must
be well tailored but above
all -they must smack of
smartness and simplicity.
285 Morrison St.
Bet. Fourth and Fifth
practically certain that, with the ex
ception of the prohibition amendment
and one other, all the measures on the
ballot were defeated. The other was
the proposal to limit railroad passen
ger fares to 3 cents a mile.
The defeated propositions included
that forbidding' prohibition elections
oftener than once in eight years and
the labor measure providing that 80,
per cent of all employes in any busi
ness of whatever character should be
IOWA REPUBLICANS ASSURED
Senator, Governor and All but One
Representative to Congress Elected,
DES MOINES. Nov. 4. The re-elec
tion by Iowa Republicans of United
States Senator Cummins and Governor
Clarke having been made certain, in
terest tonight centered In the size of
their pluralities. Belated returns made
little material difference In the esti
mates of their plurality today. These
figures were 25,000 to 30.000 for Cum
mins and from 10.000 to 20 000 for
With the exception'-of the Eleventh
District, it seemed certain tonight thax
the Republicans had elected their Con
Minnesota Mostly Republican.
ST. PAUL. Nov. 4. Eight Republi
cans, one Democrat and one Progres-
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Iowa Representative Last in Count
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DES MOINES. Nov. 4. Representar
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District, who several months ago de
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himself iu order to make the contest
for the Iowa Supreme Court bench,
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of the court, was in the lead, with Ben
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