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THE MOT? NTNO OTSEGfONTAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914.
ABOLITION OF DEATH
x PENALTY MAY 'PASS
Complete Returns From 25 of
34 Counties Put "Yes" in
Lead 239 Over "No."
TWO SLAYERS MAY LIVE
Late Figures Fail to Give Any Ad
vantage to Either of Normal
School Bills Withycombe
Continues to Gain.
Complete returns from 25 of the 34
counties in the state give the measure
providing: abolition of death as a pen
alty for murder in the first degree a
lead of 239.
. The measure voted on at Tuesday's
elect lbn carried no substitute fori the
death penalty, so persons convicted of
murder In the first degree may go
unpunished. Two murderers now are
awaiting execution of the death sen
tence at Salem. It is probable that
their lives will be spared if the bill
actually has passed.
Virtually all the populous centers
of the state now have reported their
votes on the measure.
Later figures fail to give any ad
vantage to either of the normal school
bills. With the returns from Multno
mah County included, the Southern
Oregon Normal now is nearly 6000
votes behind, while the Weston Nor
mal has an adverse majority of nearly
3000 votes. The totals on these two
measures now are:
Southern Oregon normal, yes. ....... .78,764
Southern Oregon normal, no.., &0,71ft
PRIZE-mNOTNG TWINS OF THE MANUFACTURERS AND
LAND PRODUCTS BABY SHOW.
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HARBOR BILL TO BE
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable prices.
Paeinc Title & Trust Co.. 7 Ch. ot Com.
Continuing Contract for Co
lumbia River Improvement
K. STEPHAK Hemstltvhlnjt and scalloping.
accord, siae Dieai.. Dim""" uy..-,
ponged; mall orders. 38a Alder.
BRING in your old jewelry, old gokl 'ler
ore or platinum and get cash tor it. IT. A.
OIU IN. w. Pius-. "
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142 Vm 2d- Gld.
silver ana piannum u ims n
UNUSUAL CARE REQUIRED
LINK'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. Tiord bldg.;
Portland. Oregon, rnoaa jiam wqo.
Majority against 4.9B1
Weston normal, yea 78,218
Veston normal, no .,..81,212
Majority against 2,994
Dr. James Withycombe, for Gov
ernor, and Georgre E. Chamberlain, for
United States Senator, continue to
make leads in the later returns. The
previous estimates that Chamberlain
will carry the state by approximately
27,000, and Withycombe by 35,000, are
borne out by the figures reported yes
terday. Hurlbnrt'a Plurality 201.
Thomas M. Hurlburt, Republican, has
been elected Sheriff ot Multnomah
County, according "to complete but un
official figures, by a plurality of 291
votes over Thomas M. Word, Democrat.
On account of alleged irregularities
In the count, it is probable that Sheriff
Word will ask for an official recount
of the votes.
Hurlburt declared yesterday that he
is ready to face a recount. He be
lieves that he was elected on the square
and says that he is ready to prove this
It now seems certain that C. M. Hurl
burt, Republican, has been elected
State Representative in the Multnomah
Clackamas joint district. Hurlburt was
repudiated by the Republican organ
isations of both counties and Hurst was
supported by Republicans almost gen
erally. In spite of this Hurlburt ha
been elected. He is in Wisconsin no,
' and it is not probable that he will re-
Hurst declares that inasmuch as
Hurlburt is disqualified for the office,
he will try to gain the seat for him
self. McArthar'a Plurality 3010.
Complete figures also show that C.
N. McArthur, Republican, has been
elected to Congress from the Multno
LOHITA AND LOLITA ROBIN SOX. "
The healthy-looking twins of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Robinson, of Mult
nomah, could not but help attract the attention of the Judges of the
Armory Show. The girls are S years of age. Each little head is cov
ered -with a mass of the lightest blonde hair. Lorita and Lolita are
almost the same in size and weight and since birth have rigidly kept
Just three-quarters of a pound apart.
GRAIN MARKETS ACTIVE
COUNTRY PURCHASES MADE 03T
BASIS OF 1.16 1 FUTURES HIGHER,
Larxeit Day's Business on Local Ex
change Reported and Conditions
Indicate Farther Advances.
All the wheat markets in the North
west are excited. Prices are moving
up each day and purchases were made
yesterday even above the Liverpool
parity. Exporters did much of the
buying, and it is -evident they antici
pate the foreign markets will advance
still further In the next few days so
as to show a profit on the dealings.
Club wheat was bought In the Walla
Walla country at equal to $1.16 here,
although the local market tpr prompt
ciud did not get above $1.14 V4 during
the day. Country purchases of forty-
fold were on the basis of $1.16, and
farmers were offered equal to 11.20 for
bluestem for immediate shipment.
At the Merchants' Exchange. 60,000
bushels of wheat changed hands, which
Is 10,000 bushels more than was sold
on the best day heretofore, on August
19. Most of the trading yesterday was
in wheat for future delivery. Alto
gether, 45,000 bushels of bluestem were
sold at $1.20 for December up to $1.23
House Committee May Meet In Ad
vance of Session, but Senate Fili
buster Is Still Threatened .
If "Pork" Appears.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Nov. 6. The preparation of a
river and harbor bill will be onaof the
I first things undertaken when Congress
reassembles in December. . If possible.
the House leaders want to pass the new
river and harbor bill through the lower
I branch of Congress before the holiday
recess, so as to give as much time as
possible for its consideration in the
Senate. Unless some sort of river and
harbor bill does pass at the short ses
sion, work necessarily will have to be
abandoned on practically every project
in the country,
The $20,000,000 makeshift bill that
passed at the recent session, wns de
signed only to continue work on ex
lsting projects until March 1. by which
date it was expected that a regular
river and harbor bill would be passed
and become effective, and on most proj
ects the amounts allotted out of the
$20,000,000 appropriation will be ex
hausted by the close of the short ses
New Projects Not Authorised.
Under the bill of the. recent session
no new projects were authorized nor
were surveys provided for, and author
gained lenient recommendations from Motions of these types necessarily will
Detectives Hellyer and Tackaberry,
with the result that he received the
light sentence of six months' imprison
ment lrom Municipal Judge Stevenson
be deferred until another regular river
and harbor bill is passed.
Among other items that went down
to defeat with the river and harbor
yesterday morning. Petit larceny was bill of the past session was the con
the charge 'brought against the con
fessed robber. ' -
Gratitude was not Included in the
general makeup of J. Rollo Woods, for
the specific $30 theft on which he was
tinuing contract authorization for the
mouth of the Columbia River. Had that
project been placed on a continuing
contract basis there would have been
no further concern over appropriation
H. G. Pratt, another roomer of the
Y. M. C. A., who but a short time previ
ous had obtained for Woods the posi
tion he was holding with the gas com
pany. Woods also confessed to robbing
an uncle who had befriended him. His
depredations In the Y. M. C. A. had
been going on for some time, including
many articles, from raincoats to small
pieces of Jewelry. Woods is 2i years
old, well dressed and good-looking. He
frankly admitted the thefts of which
he was accused and told the officers of
ASSAYt-Ka AND ANALYSTS.
MR. and Mrs. Heath's Academy; lessons
daily; class Mon. and Fr. eve., 8 to 1U.
231 Morrison, cor. 2d. Marshall 813.
HEATH'S Dancins School. 10 Second at.,
bet. Wash, and Stark.; lessons daily; ail
the latest dances tsught.
inuiuno, generator uwugut.
do all kinds ot repair-
. rtDPPviriRl.u General practice, ab-
" streets, contracts, collections, etc.; consul
tation tree, .-sew omcw
lug; bldK. Main 490;:. Open evenings.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. P.uss from old car.u
pets, ran rugs, .l&s t.asi nm. oum v"""-'
CELLULOID BUTTONS. BAIKiEH.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
82 5th st. I-hone Main 12 and A 1254.
William. Estelle and VUllam. Jr., Deveny,
thn An r scientinc cniruuwjmB " v. .a.
purlori. xo2 uerllniter bide. S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
cuioAonniKT and trnot Sneclallst. ael
zanlne lioor. in. w. naim piug. mm -ji.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring.
tUU. uglcea. j.-lieqner Dreg.
Mrs. M. D.
rift. U'lUHQN. 121 4th Chronic
. . ,n. ., - 1 u.l. MtK
treatmen lb. siu; uiuqib iw. .......
CLEANING ANI PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent; we press one suit
each week tor (1.00 per montn.
i!ioi:r tailoring CO..
S09 Stark; St.. bet. 0th and Oth. Main 614
Accounts, notes, Judgments collected. 'Adopt
Short Metnouc. snort AOjustmem jo.
820 N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 974.
K kth j& CO.. Worcester bldg. Main lii"
No collection, no charge, rjstaousneo iyuu.
lJlt. A. W. KEEN E, Majestic Theater bldg.,
S51 H Washington St. jaarsnan pvo.
PREPARE FOR THE WINTER'S
)A WPlVfl KEA.SOM.
The Vernon Castle Method of Teaching.'
Ttasrlnners' course. We sruarantee to teach
you to waltz, twostep. twinkle hesitation
and onesteo in four strictly private les-
Hons. S5- single lessons, si.&u.
Advanced society dancing Castle's halt
and halt, tox trot, lulu lado. lancy one
steuplng and hesitating; maxlxe. 8 private
lessons. 910; single lessons, st.au.
Make -vour appointments now. La Ser-
rlnta Jk Huntington Freeman. S18 Ellers
' bldg. Main 6i!55.
and r.'na 1 rui) w
lng and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
xl. Jtt. H. Electrlo CO.. 21 irst St. XHorm
Phone Main t210.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
omce near 24th and York sts. Muin 34y.
RIB3ER STAMPS, SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialists; glasses fitted. Ir.
x--. casseday. 517 Dckum bi., 4a at wan.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works. East 3d and Haw-
tnorne. (general machine and tounury wora.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing.
printing and enlarging. flltE fe
HAM CO.. 345 Washington St.
Enaines. boilers, suwmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co., Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 03. A zias.
FILMS, machines, supplies, rented or sold.
United Film Co., 22ti 2d st.
Emil Thielhorn, violin teacher; pupil Sevclk.
2V7 Flleaner Diag. a 4100, jsarsnau iwm
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronio diseases. oM Oregonlan bldg.
CHOICE 2 and 8-year-old roses. 2oc: shrub.
bery, trees and climbers. Woodlawn 2519,
FIGHT on high prices.
lu for a
nen l can
quality lenses, gold-filled frames, as low
as fl.COT Goodman, lal Morrison St., near
unuge. t attsiactlon guaranteed.
v A riUHi on hig
I wsT 1 Why ?ay s-to
VJfV K J pair of glasses wh
- fit your eyes wl
Broadway and WaHhinjcton street. Office
pnone, Main 3J; retilaenc, Kast 1028.
T. J. GE1SLER, Att'y-at-Law. 508 Henry,
wm. -w. oc.imioi, ing. ana araiuman.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice, U. S. and
loreign patents. uu ieKum Diag.
I3TKIN'S LOAN OFFICE.
19 years In buameas.
Liberal loans on diamonda.
atcnes, cameras, etc Z6 tn au N
DON'T throw your old plumes
away; we are experts in feat ner
dyeing, cleaning and remotlwU
lng, mounting birds of paradise
our specialty. "THE PLC ME."
Ua Morgan bids. Main 400M.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WOKKS.
1!31 Wat a. ml. Phone Main 110 and A 2710.
SHOES HALF SOLED
in lu minutes
wiiilo you ait-
New York Shoe Repair Co.,
243 Alder st.
SHOWCASE, BANK & STORE PIXTfRES.
MARSHALL MFG. CO.. 10th and Flanders
ISew and old window display and cabinet
FOK reasonable prices see Western Fixture
c hnowcaee o., -o rt. luin. Marsnau 1 .
6TORAGE AM) TRANSFER.
POKTLAND Van t Storage Co., cor. litu
and ivearney sts.. Just completed, new fire
proof warehouse for household effect,
planes and automobiles; contains separata
lire and vermin-proof rooms, eteatn-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vauita; track
age for carload shipment, vans for mov
ing; reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East In through curd.
Main 5040. all departments.
C O. PICK Transfer Storage Co. Oftic
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate Iron room and fireproof vauita
for valuables, N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment, special rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domestic anoV
foreign ports. Main AuO, A 1VU0.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO..
New fireproof warehouse with separata
rooms. We move and pack household,
goods end pianos and ship at reduced;
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage Oitic and warehouse 15th and.
Hoyt sis. Main 547, A 11-47.
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO.,
IS til and Everett Sts.
Pianos and household goods moved
packed and shipped, reduced freight rates
on all household goo-is t and from East,
through car service. Main 7uS, A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsan St..
cor. 13th. Telephone Main tiU or A Hoy.
We own and operate two largo class 'A "
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates In city.
MAD1SON-ST. POCK and WAREHOUSE
Office 189 Madison; general merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7iiU.
GREEN and dry slabwood; blockwood.
ama Fuel Co. Main .Wilt). A asyy.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
R. M. Wade & Co., 322-326 Hawthornea.
ARCHITECTURAL WIBB IRON WO'RKS.
Portland Wije 6c Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
WADHAMS A CO., 69-J6 Fourth st.
AUTO AND BCGGY TOPS.
DUBRUILLB BUGQY TOP CO., 200 d st.
for the last half ot January. Decern-
v-u.8.. b club brought 1.15 and December
mah County str ct by a plurality of flfo u, lds were made of 1.18H
for 10,000 bushels of spot bluestem and
8016 over A. P. Flegel, Democrat. His
total vote was 26.691 to 23,675 for Fle
gel. A. W. Lafferty-, incumbent and in
dependent candidate, secured 16,731.
George E. Chamberlain, Democrat,
has carried the county for re-election
to the United States Senate by a plural
ity of 9661 over R. A. Booth. Republi
can. The vote on the Senatorship now
stands: Chamberlain, 35,672; Booth,
26,011; William Hanley, Progressive,
Dr. James Withycombe, Republican,
for Governor, has secured a plurality
of 11,797 over Dr. C. J. Smith, Demo
crat. The vote on the Governorship Is:
witnycomoe, a,W4; Bmitn, 27,151; w,
8. U'Ren, independent, 4902.
There have been no changes In any
of the other candidates or measures in
the complete count.
$1.11 for 10,000 bushels of spot fife.
but there were no sellers at these
Pacific Coast wheat is worth more
in England than it ever was before.
There were bids on cargoes ot 49 shil
lings for club, 49 shillings 6 pence for
forty-fold and 50 shillings for milling
bluestem. The best price heretofore
paid for Oregon wheat in Europe was
46 shillings 9 pence during the Letter
European buyers are inquiring also
for flour cargoes here, but have-made
no purchases during the past two
haled before the court was made from to complete the north Jetty, for once a
prujeci goes on mo cuuiiuuius u.bj.
the appropriations for continuing the
work are made annually in the sundry
civil bill, which must be passed at each
Lnofflrlal Bill Discussed,
There is some talk that Chairman
Sparkman, of the House committee on
rivers and harbors, may call his com
mittee together some time the latte
part of November to prepare the rivers
and harbors bill unofficially. The com
mittee by that time will be able to have
access to most of the estimates of the
Army engineers on which to base a
bill, and by meeting in advance of the
session they will be able to report the
bill to the House within- a week or ten
days of the opening of the session. It
will require less than a week to pass
any river and harbor bill through the
The House, of necessity, will have to
exercise unusual care in passing a
river and harbor bill during the short
session, for if their bill is loaded down
again with pork-barrel appropriations,
as was the bill of the last session, it
most certainly will be held up when it
reaches the Senate. The trouble with
the last bill was that most of the pork
items were slipped In by the Senate
committee, although the House passed
several indefensible Items when it first
put through the bill reported by Its
river and harbor committee.
- Filibuster StUI Threatened.
It is a moral certainty that the
BALLQU & WHIOHT, "th and Oak sta.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Bassage & Omnibus, Transfer. Park Davis.
BICYCLE, MOTORCYCLE St SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sis.
Royal Bakery & Cont., Inc.. 11th and Everett
BREWERS ft BOTTLERS.
HENRY V'ElNHARU,13th and Bnrnslds.
"CASCARA BARKAXb GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BKOS., 191 FRONT ST.
LIME AND PLASTER.
& CO.. 45 Fourth atreet.
F. T. CROWE
COFFEE, TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSETT & DEVEKS, 1-11 N. front St.
LICENSE UP TO POLICE
"WHKN IS ITALIAN SALOON DISOR
DERLY" BAFFLVS COUNCIL.
FLEISCHXER, MAYER ac CO., 207 Ash at.
Stubbs Electrical Co.. 6th. and pine sta.
f. It MERCHANTS.
Albers Bros. Milling Co.. Front and Marshall
PORTLAND HA1H GOODS CO.
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKl'M BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO., 53-6S Front
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN BROS., iul Front street.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East End of Burnside Bridge.
STEEL, STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
STEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSES.
Carry Complete Stock ot
STEEL BEAMS AND ANGLES.
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. L MASTICK & CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, m. findings.
LIME, CEMENT. PLASTER, METAL LATH
Tne J. ucuraKen t.o., 1114 uosra or xraue.
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and" 7th sta.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks.,
Id and Columbia
PAINTS AND WALL TAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 166 First street.
V. P. FULLER CO., 12th and Davm.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUS-SEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor sta
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, Front street.
M. L. KLINE,
AND STF.AM SUPPLIES.
W. HALXtS & CO.,
1st and Oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
FVKKD1XO & FARRELL. liy Front il
ROPE AND BINDING TWINEl
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Norchrup.
sand"and gravel! '
COLUMBIA DIGGER Co.. . tout ot Ankeny.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASSZ
W. P. FULLER & CO., lL'lh and Lavls. '
Portland Iron Works. 14th and Nortnrup.
soda fountaTw "supplies.
COLCMBIA SUPPLY CO., 6S Frunt at.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 130 2d st.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mf Co.. S3 Fifth s
WHOLESALE JEWELERS & OPTICIANS.
BUTTERFIELD PROS.. MOHAWK BLDG.
Plea Made That Games Are Noisy, hut
Closing ot Place of Recent Mar.
der Depends on Testimony.
PEACE- WAVE FORESEEN
JAPANESE ENVOY OK CHRISTIAN
CHURCHES IS OPTIMISTIC.
Dr. K. Tiansnhlms, Speaking at Young
Mrn'v ChrlnUan Association, De
plores Religious Veneer' Noted.
"After this war has ended the Chris
Horn nf thu world should unite in a
What is disorder?
This is a quetslon which the City
Commission will decide this morning.
It arose yesterday when the Council
considered recommendations of Chief
of Police Clark and others that the
license of an Italian saloon at 641 filibuster of the past session will be
Fourth street be revoked because tke rPeai5U k" J XVJlVL great peace movement that will sweep
" ' .j . - I Ir.nt i.. th. r var anl hllrhAr I fLWSV Tnft firmed camps Ol
in nearing testimony in tne case yes- blli and in view of tna f act tnat there assure the settlement of disputes m
teroay, the Commission learned that will be only three months' of the short .,..., of arbitration. The war is a
the disorder referred to was disorder I session, during which all of the regu-1 , ,, Dirutinns It means
caused by the playing of noisy Italian 'ar appropriation Dills musx De passea, tback for reiigi0n the world over.
games. Now the question is. Should " ,"u"'" " m these words Dr. K. Tsunashlma,
the American people class this as dis- If thoae ln charge of the river and for 20 years Congregational pastor at
order or should the racket be con- harbor bill will make appropriations Tokio and now peace envoy of the
sldered within the bounds of propriety only for meritorious projects, they will christian churches to the United States,
Decause it is part oi the customs ol De aDie to get tneir om tnrougn ooiu
It 1 a nnrf nf thjk mitnml nf AM flhlA tn STAt their bill thrOUETh DOta . . . . . . . . . nAnfllnt
nniinT rnrmr n r 1 1 1 -r-r l I.. :. " - I. .... . . ... ... . , jj, summea up tne eiieti ui .....w-
ine prourietors or tne saioon are it. I tiun to Hupruurnniuii caiduuk
D ...... M ... I A T If I .. : I T I t t - I n n. Mm w- 1 -A oKnviw r
uiui.t.wiAjiujiji iuauuu.T -s' .u,, "."i" They are a number of other Italians new projects which are possessed of
eplrit is with us In the work of ce
menting the friendship betwee'n the
peoples ot the two countries.
"I have found that the anti-Japanese
feeling is like an epidemic It Is dy
ing out in California. In Portland 1
find not the slightest trace of it.
"I was in Paris the day war was
declared. The city was ln a furore of
excitement. The armies were on the
move and all of the talk was war. I
saw that although there are many
great Christians in Europe, the religion
itself has not taken a firm hold on the
nations, that it Is but a religious
Dr. Tsunashlma left last night for
San Francisco, where he will take pas
sage for Japan after an absence of one
Hurlburt Says He Would Iike to
See One If Rival Insists.
Although he declares that many
votes cast for him at Tuesday's elec
tor Defendants In Case.
Instruction to return a verdict of riot
guilty was given to the jury ln the
case of Thomas Johannssen and M. G.
Thorsen by Judge Bean ln United
in their Sunday best! real merit. Such a bill doubtless will!
the disturbances were I make the improvement at the mouth of
upon the work of the churcn.
Dr. Tsunashlma spoke at the Young
Men's Christian Association last night
on "The Position ot Christianity in
Japan." He pointed out that ' Japan
part of their play. Several police- the Columbia River a continuing con- 1itt1n nr -rowls or doctrines, but
i-'"i t"i mis proDaoiy was trace u i. .ti.. t,. th. .nlrlt nf Chris
I .... A . .. . . . . I A : n tl.. 1 a I limb lb ,o ova. . a. J I
I A 1 U U. Afc 1.11 J A AA ID 11AQV W OX O SUXO tllCttl ASOUiniUB All AA A til IT A11A1AI1AB A ,1,A1 I . tl
there was plenty of noise and that the and harbor appropriations proceed ln tlanlty rrom tne v esiern "onu.
Italians wars rlninir nmnihini, o I s-nni, faith, and frame a meritorious I said that the missionary who goes to
tlon were thrown out by the Judges, states District Court yesterday. The tables that might be classed as play measure, they will probably be called I Japan must forget the subject of creed
pernaps illegally, bneriix lorn word, defendants were charged with having it was decided by the Commission upon to report a bill larger than the -rt must nntxr Into the spirit ot the
wno appears on tne lace or the re- conspired to conceal the assets of a that the policemen who have patrolled average, as It will be expected to cover reiini0n that he preaches or he will
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- ' i.vyuA.iiv-,1 i i i.,uiij UM.ii.y . lis. anouia da nnarti n tiai rno tam wa 11 h inrRA moninH more Tnan a vear.
Divi iooi luKiu auha i, wj miii tun-1 -it is penectiy apparent irom tne i postponed until 8 o clock this morning
siderlng whether or not to contest the testimony in this case that there is when the rjolicemen win h n hani
election of his opponent. nothing criminal, as far as the bank- to testify. Charges acalnst the saloon 0 CTATFC rtPMAMn POPfiFP
I shall have no occasion to enter ..r.tv 1.1. . nnnr.mAH n .TivtMmr U,.,. k. v... .i i. v. I - w i n i iw ikiiinnw uiiul.ii
protest until the official count is I that was done bv snv of these nartlea." I of a T,nmhr nf o-nn ninv. in
made next week, said Sheriff Word sala judge Bean. the saloon and because of the murder
last nighL Then my decision will "The law makes It a crime for a of an Italian named. Coco some time
rest largely upon the advice of my bankrupt to conceal his property after ago ln the saloon.
Clamor for Possession of "June the
Blondes" Accomplice Continues.
bankruptcy, or during the continuance
"It has come to our knowledge that ti,r i- ,ft riiai.hir frnm
votes cast for me were thrown out in ,,,.,. hnt thr rr. law nalcit.a- f.nnOOCCi. WriCUCn DnrtTU
k" :.v; i u u o i i i u nouLu uuum
many precincts because of erasures on ,t a crime for a bankrupt to transfer
tnA hn 1 Int . Tn nrapltipr 37 fnr InstaniA I . . . . ...
i .1 . a.: . 1 nis property to a creditor or any one i . . . , .
73 ballots were thrown out by one of ),. j k. hj Ilespect and Admiration Cbanired to
- I A A.. A A 1 1. . . ... . 1 A5AOA., MAVA..1V. .. V W .A... ,
the night Judges which the day judge.
HuriDurt supporter at that, said
should have beep counted for me. The
same thing occurred ln other precincts,
and if the discrepancy is general, it
may have been that I was properly
elected. The vote as I have canvassed it
gives Mr. Hurlburt a lead of only 134
"If Sheriff Word wants a recount of
tne voie cast at luesaays election ne f!hlrlv Rurb ninr of th. Pni-i.
certainly has that privilege," said iand office of the United States For-
u nomas m.. nunran mat nignt. "wot eBtry Department, is compiling statls
tnat l mean to insinuate against tna n-hinh win chow ih. ,frA.(A,nn of
Judges of eletclon or that any errors tho flre rangers during the past year
fl a 1 UUUO n rji q iiiauc, u u t. A nuuiu IIIVO I in rhA
as between the parties."
TIMBER AND GAME SAVED
Statistics Sliow How Rangers Cat
Losses on Xational Forests.
Love Declare Republicans.
At a meeting of the Republican
County Executive Committee yesterday.
Va fnllnwlntf tilAMrrnm ... ,, , -
ly ordered sent to Robert A. Booth, of d by Judge Morrow only by a pardon
Eugene, Republican candidate fori - .
Two states still clamor for the pos
session of E. H. Carpenter, confessed
forger and accomplice of "June the
Blonde." While held in the City Jail
on a warrant issued ln San Francisco
charging forgery, attorneys triea to se
cure his release yesterday by habeas
corpus proceedings, but were uneuc-
It la contended, that he can be freed
from the parole granted him on Tnurs-
that the churches in Japan have united
in Christian effort, that creeds have
been made secondary and that the
evangelism of the empire has been the
sole aim of the church. More mission
aries with a broad view of the religion
ami co-oneration in the effort to unify
the churches of Japan are tne neeos ot
the empire today, he said.
The Japanese pastor has traveled
through California in his effort to
spread harmon-y and better feeling be
tween the United States and japan,
Before visiting the West he held a con
ference with President Wilson.
I spoke to the President from my
heart." said the pastor, "not as Presl-
State Sues Auto Dealer.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Nov. 6. (Spe
cial.) Clyde J. Moss, a local automo
bile dealer and repair man, has been
ordered to pay to the State Industrial
Insurance Commission $14.40 due for
Moss' share of the fee paid by em
ployers. Moss' class requires that he
pay 2 per cent Insurance, and the
Commission showed hg0ad not paid it
iur t w v penuuB. iiiiatia nie bocodu
such suit started In Clarke County.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL RETORT.
PORTLAND, Or- Nov. . Maximum
emperature. o2.0 degrees; minimum, 42. u
decrees. Itiver reading. 8 A. M., feet;
hanire ln last 24 nours, u.z it. ran. Total
rainfall (3 P.M. to 6 P.M.). nana; since
September 1. 1914, 7.22 lnohes; normal
ince Kentember 1. ti.il incnes; excess since
September 1. 1914, .01 Inches. Total sun
hlna. i: nours oil minutes: DOssiDie sun
shine. V hours ol minutes. Barometer (re
duced to sea level), S P. M., 30.21 Inches.
in the recent
to see a recount myself. I am quite I anj Idaho.
willing to amoe Dy tne decision maoe There was a continuous drought of
by the majority of the voters and 1 1 73 days during the Summer, of 1914.
nave noining to nioe. 1 nad no. one and yet he amount of destruction by
out to watch the election, while Sheriff forest nres perhaps was less than one-
wora iihu oifa. " a recount is third of that ot 1910. -whan tha nroncrht
lasted do days.
United States Senater
R. A. Booth, Eugene, Or Dear Mr.
Booth: Respect and admiration changed
to love upon association with you. Sub
lime ln defeat, manly ln action, your
States of Oregon. Washington
to be made I shall Insist that every
precinct in the county be Included ln
Mr. Hurlburt's friends assert that
they, too, have been advised of num
erous instances where their votes were
thrown out for various reasons and
that they would probably offset the
omissions claimed by Sheriff Word."
With highest personal regards and the
wish that your usefulness as a citizen
may increase, the Republican County
Central Committee of Multnomah Coun
ty bids you godspeed.
"ELMER Li. AMIDON. Secretary.
It is said Carpenter has offered full
restitution of the 7B0 check drawn on
the Anglo-American Bank of San Fran
cisco and passed upon the Palace Hotel
of that city, but the banners- associa
tion, of which the victimized institu
tion ia a member, makes it an invari
ant rule nevef to compromise forgeries
and demands the extreme penalty for
offenders of this kind.
The office of the Columbia Forest
Reserve has been removed from Hem
lock, Wash., to the forestry head-
quarterns In Portland, for the Winter.
A. is. (janoon is supervisor of the
The protection of game on forest
reserves has resulted ln marked in'
crease, especially among the elk. A
herd of 1000 has grown to 7000 in
Medford and Ashland Favor Capital
MEDFORD, Or.. Nov. 6. (Special.)
With Medford and Ashland complete
and all important precincts in Jackson
County heard from, capital punishment
abolishment has received a majority of
743 votes, the count standing, for 3276,
This amendment with the citizenship,
Ashland Normal and Weston Normal
are apparently the only measures to be
MANY THEFTS CONFESSED
3. Rollo Woods Appears Unaware of
Seriousness of Offenses.
RECALL PAY DUE MONDAY
Warrants for About $ 11 ,5 6 8 Being
Prepared for Distribution.
Judges and clerks who served in the
recall election last week will receive
their salaries Monday. City Auditor
Barbur announced yesterday that no
checks will be ready until that time.
The Auditor's office, is busy getting
out 4000 warrants, aggregating about
$11,568, one warrant being issued for
each election Judge and clerk. The
checks will cover also the meals served
the election boards.
BANKS SEE BETTER TIMES
Currency Act Believed Boon to Firm
Credit in All Trade Ldses.
In preparing to co-operate with the
regional bank at San Francisco in the
administration of the new Federal re
serve system, Portland members of the
system point out that the operation of
the new currency law will serve to
extend the credit power of the Portland
members materially and thus tend to
make times better immediately.
Under the new law the legal mini
mum that must be held in reserve has
been "reduced from 25 to 15 per cent,
nhih will release about J4. 000.000.
The benefit it this provision, which is
made possible by the soundness of the
s ,.v. .
Dr. K. Tanacsfctna. Japanese
Peace Kavoy. Who Spoke at Y.
M. C. A. Last Night.
Arraneements are being made for the .AAionAi hank: at San Pranclaco. will
Naively confessing sufficient thefts payment of the rental on the stores begin to be felt as soon as the new I dent of the United States, but as a
at the Young Men's Christian Associa-iand buildings used for polling places, system Is inaugurated November 16. great Christian gentleman, one 01 tne
io o n, him tn tho nan it on tin rv Tha total of this has not been ram-I x-irtnoilv without Montinn Portland I finest types of Christians in tne coun
for-several years on a burglary charge, piled, but It probably vwlll be close to bankers are pleased with the pro- try. Japan has absolute confidence in
..who,, n tinar,nt rnmnrdh anslon of I (10. 000. The entire election cost la a-r- I or.mm. to ha oiirrlpil out in tha ftppnn. I Mr. Wilson, both as President Of th
1 thai, MArinusnesa. J. Rollo Worids nested to ba about S25.000. I w.atlnn of the new svatem. 1 United States and as a Christian. His
Raker I 4(1 0.00! 4 NWiPt. cloudy
Boise oo o.oo o w Clear
Boston j SO 0.00 10 NW.t loiKljr
Calftary SU0.0O; 4 EE Clear
Chicago 50 0.O0il4i-E Claar
Denver 76 0.00 10 SB :CIear
n. UnlnM 74 o.oo 4 S Clear
Dulutli I 40 o.uoiIa; aw ft. ciouay
Eureka 1 6U.0. 00.20 X Clear
Calveston 74 O.OO, 8E Pt. cloudy
Helena I 74 v.oo io tw iciouay
Jacksonville I 76 0.00' UNE (Clear
Kansas City tMi.u.iu,ia w Jiear
Is Anireles 78 0.0Oi 6 3 .Clear
MarshfielJ I 50 0.001 4 NW.Clear
Medford I R4'O.0O 6 SE Clear
Montreal I 8S O.Oim. .. . . jCloudy
Now Orleans tso.oo: hm icioar
New York I 50 0. 00 14 NW Clear
North Head i 32 0 .o.s 24 ,S Cloudy
Nortn Yaklm ...! 4S 0.O0 4 SB Clear
Phun t i o.ou w iCiear
Pocatello , 4S O.OO) 4;W Pt. cloudy
20 0.00, bs .ciouay
0 0.001 4 W Clear
.1 7i0.O0l 4'NW,Clear
I S0IO.00 16 SV IKaln
54 O.OO 14 SE Pt. Cloudy
62 0.00 6 SE IClear
MO.0-112W ,Pt. cloudy
62 O.01.12 sw Kaln
45i'0.OO, 4 S Cloudy
B4 O.O0 12, SW Jain
SOO.fcS U W IClear
52 0.00 4 W Cloudy
mi 0.001 4:NW t'lear
rucBieuit ........ a.j . . . -v.
Roseburir . . . .
St. LKiuis ,
Salt .Uake ....
walla Walla .
Wlnnipeir I 4O0.00jl4SW jCloudy
A lar hlah pressure area overlies the
Nni-th Pacific and Nortnern ttocKy ivioun
tain States and another large nign pressure
area overlies the Atlantic States. A small
deDression Is central over Manitoba and
severe distumanca was central lasc nisn
near Dutch Harbor. uurinir tne last -i
hours llcht rain has fallen ln Western Wash
InKton. but elsewhere ln the United States
fair weatner nil revaiiea. it is roucn cool
er ln the Great Salt Lake Basin and corre
spondinnly warmer in the Upper Mississippi
Tne conditions are favorable for fair
weather In tula district Saturday.
Portland and vicinity Probably fair
variable winds, mostly soutneriy.
Oregon and Washington Fair; winds
TOO LATE TO fLASSISTT,
WANTED Room, with Bleeping porch, Nob
1111 oiatricb a.&u aaaia auou.
Main 1. A 1 122
LAST TIME TODAY-TONIGHT.
CONTINUOUS. 1:30 TO 11 P. M
Rex Beach's Gripping Story.
1 to P. M., 10c, 15c
A to 11 P. M.. ISC. 25c
7 ?alns TOMORROW
Bargain Price Matinee Wednesday
Special Price Matinee Saturday
KLAW & ERL.ANOER Present
Tha Reigning Buccess of England and
Prices Evenings. Lower Floor, 11 rows
$2, 7 rows $1.50. Bal., 1. 7oo. 60c Qal.,
60c. Bargain prloe Wed. Mat., $1 to 60c.
Special price Sat. Mat., 51.60 to 60c
BEATS NOW EEIXINO.
Main 2, A O30 .
Geo. L. Baker. Mar.
Home of the Popular Baiter Flayers. Matinee
toaay. iast time tonight.
"A WOMAN'S WAY."
As played by Oraoe Oeorge. Fascinating
nd amusing nlot. Superb staxe settings.
Splendid cast. Kvenlnsrs. 25c. 35c 50o 75ci
box seats. (L Sat. Mat., 2Sc. B0c: box. 75c
Next week, starting tomorrow matinee
liATLm PAHY 230
BROADWAY. AT ALDER.
11 Cnlonlul Mtnntrrl Maids, Huxo Lnltetm,
Klivood tfi 8now, Ion A Ailrlin feildtum.
VftnRudenbar, I(plle Flrtcber, Cbw,
Ayr Jb Company, "ke name") tb Mutual
Wrrkly. l'hon Main 4636. A 22S6.
IS I RSTsiba1 t:very-
k f S B 0 H f i 5 h bod x-
and Photoplays. vl
Afternoons Conllnuons, 1:S to S.
Nights -Twe sliowa, 7:80 and :!.
DDIfCC J Afternoons loc. 15e
rKlAC,i3 (Nights 15c. if Jo
Today is the .last.
Mary Pickford in
''BEHIND THE SCENES"
11:30 A. M. to 11:30 P. M.
1 0c ADMISSION 1 0c
For the last time, today.
1 n.WID HIGGI"S
In his original role in
"His Last Dollar"
An Elaborate and Spectacular
Added Attraction "Dough
2-Reel Keystone Comedy.
11 A. M. to 11 T. M.
10c AflmlMHion 10