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THE MORNIXG OREGOIAN. 'FRIDAY.
NOVEMBER 5. 1920
mm lead lo
Plurality in Oregon Is Expect
ed to Beach 60,000.
STANFIELD AHEAD 15,593
' George 31. Brown Becomes Attorney-General
All 3 Hepuulican
(Continued From First Paje.)
the complete vote of Benton. Clacka
pias, Deschutes. Gilliam, Hood River,
Jefferson. Josephine. Linn. Z Malheur,
Marion. Polk. Sherman, Wasco and
Yamhill counties. But two precincts
are missing in Clatsop and Jackson
JTardinsr. Warren G.. J33.S13
Cox. J a men M 74,303
Harding's lead 58.222.
United States Senator. I
Chamberlain. Oeorte E 93.880
SLanfleld. Robert N 108.473
tiutnf ivld's lead 15.593.
Representative In ConsreM,
Hawley, W. C 29.02S
Hawley'a lead 23,984.
Sinnott. N. J - .23.854
Sinnutt'a lead 14.127.
Secretary of State.
Kozer, Sam A 114.645
. Sears. J. P 9.015
V'Pton, Upton A. 7.329
Kozer's lead, 104.730.
Supreme Court Vacancy.
Brown , 32.988
Brown's lead, 31.009. . ..
Van Winkle 17.442
Bailev ... 9.1SI
Van Winkle's lead, 8,261.
Dairy and Food Commissioner.
Hawley, C. " L. ..-ASMS
Van Behren. P. J 11,370
Hawley'a lead. 82.27S.
Public Service Commission. "
Bnchtel ....... T 68.356
Buchters lead, B4.T81.
ano Tes '. .1.44.18
8U1 No 94,314
Majority against, 50.125.
Regulating Legislative Sessions.
802 Yes ...65.376
8U3 No 68.255
Alajority ag-ainst, 2S79.
Majority against. 45,904.
Majority against 80,648.
Fixing Terms County Officers.
808 Yes 76.404
8U9 No , , 59,806
Majority for 16,838.
Port Consolidation Bill.
810 Tes 71.890
11 No , v 73.068
Majority against. 1078.
812 Tes , 49.898
813 No , U4.8lU
.Majority against 44,481.
Fixing- Rate of Interest.
814 Tes 22 752
815 No 120.578
Majority against 97,821.
Roosevelt Bird Refuge.
816 Tes 63.809
" No. , .... 78.846
Majority against 16,037.
Divided legislative Session.
Majority against 30.729.
State Market Commission.
20 Jes ' 88.312
, , ,- 91.380
Majority ag-ainst 53.084.
Port Bill Probably Lost.
While the tabulation of returns
hows a close vote on the port con
eoUdation bill, the entire favorable
vote of Multnomah county, except
for one precinct, Is- included, whereas
the count in a number of up-state
oounties wh'ch have been going
ag-ainst the bill Is not complete. It
is still apparent that the up -state
adverse vote will defeat the bill de
spite Multnomah's majority for It.
OLCOTT SPEAKS FOR STATE
.Harding Assured of Oregon's
SALEM, Or., Nov. 4. (Special.)
Governor Olcott today sent a tele?
gram to Senator Harding; congratulat
ing him on his victory for the office
of president of the United States.
"Oregon sends you her congratula
tions UDon your maernif icent victorv
and wishes to assure you.Vs a great
republican state, of her whole-hearted
support in those constructive steps
which will mark the progress of your
administration,' said Uovernor Ol
cott's telegram to the president-elect.
"You are to be doubly congratulated
upon being the standard bearer pf the
party which has again gained its
rightful place through the greatest
landslide of votes in the history of
the nation. ine people of. Oregon
wish you, the greatest success and the
ration the greatest of prosperity
throughout your administration."
CANYON CJTY IS FOR HARDIN G
Stan field and Sinnott Also Ahead
by Good Margins,
CANTON CITY, Or., Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) .ighty-six precincta, incom
plete, and 16 complete, gave these
results Harding 1066, Cox 400,
Watkins 14. Cox (ind.) 13; Chamber
lain 770, Hayes S3. Slaughter 31. Stan-
field 1000, Svenson 4, Sinnott 1038,
Uranam 3!, Hozer 143a, Sears 55
Upton 41, Bean 523, Benson 475, Harris
472, McBride 640, Hawley ie?9, Yon
Those' elected to cpunty offices
were Richard N. Appling (dem.), dis
trict attorney; Cy J. Bingham (rep.),
sheriff; -Mable McKern H ( 1 b o u r n
(rep.), county clerk; Orin L. Patter
eon (rep.), county judge; Jr. C. Mack
(rep.), assessor; Ala O. Mosier. (rep.),
treasurer; ileynon L Li laze (rep.),
surveyor; Oertrude Lyon (dem.).
county school superintendent; F. W.
Round (rep.), county commissioner;
C. O. Guern (rep.), coroner.
HARDING WINS IN PESCHUTES
Unofficial Canvass Shows! Stanfield
Loser by 32 7 Votes.
BEND, Or., Nov. 4. (Special.)
Deschutes conoty complete unofficial
returns show the following vote:
Harding 51, Cox f074, Watkins 48,
Debs 2U. William Cox 43; Chamber
lain 1435. Hayes 50, Slaughter 136.
VgtanfieU 1108, Svenson 61; Graham
7S5, SinBOtt 1618; Kozer 1980, Sears
224 Upton 275: Bean 1746, Benson
1689, Harris 1563, McBride 1580; Haw
ley 1831, Von Behren 288. Public
service commissioner, Hawley 1774.
State senator. 17tb district. Upton
1928 State representative, 21st dis
trict Burdick 1488, Overturf 1831
- Bradbury 910. District attorney. Boss
Farnham 1240, A. J." Moore 1371.
County Judge, J. A. Eastea 1142,. R
W. Sawyer 1733. County commis
sioner; M. W. Knickerbocker 1369,
John Marsh 1277. Sheriff. R. H. Fox
1415, S. E. Roberts 1484. -Clerk, J. H.
Haner 232. Treasurer, Clyde M. Mc
Kay 2265. School superintendent, J.
A. Thompson 2226. Coroner, C. P.
Niswonger 2275. Surveyor, B, B.
LINN DEVELOPS TWO RACES
Election . of , School Superintendent
and County Commissioner Close,
ALB ANT. Or Nov. 4. (Special.)
Though there were enly three con
tests for county offices in Linn coun
ty in Tuesday's election and there
had been practically no campaign
ing In them, two good races developed
ELECTIOS RETURNS SEKV
1CK OK THE OREGOMAN
GATHERED ANU COM
PIIKD TIIK COUKiV IN
Through its special staff of
election workers and its supe
rior news service. The Orego
nian was enabled to eompile
and present by bulletin and
early issues the first authori
tative word on many candidates
and measures. From the close
of the polls to the count of the
last ballot a perfectly function
ing method, by telegraph, tele
phone and courier, hurried for-,
ward the returns that set the
presses rumbling and gave the
latest news in the minimum
length of time. y
Converged in the editorial
rooms of The Oregonian were
scores of specially installed Pa
cific company telephones, while
rows of Burroughs adding ma
chines, eaoh with an expert
operator, caught the influx of
reported returns and compiled
the vote, total after, total. From
the Associated Press service
came a comprehensive account
f the election throughout
America, and from precinct to
presidency the published reports
were complete and authorita
tive. "when the counting of the votes be
gan. Until almost all the returns
were In, the races for county school
super'ntendent and county commls
sioner were In doubt.
Mrs. Ida Maxwell Cummings. re
publican, and present school superin
tendent, defeated L. L. Gooding of
Harrisburg, Or., democrat, for school
superintendent, by a majority of 165,
T. J. Butler, republican, veteran coun
ty commissioner, defeated J- D. Isom
of Albany, democrat, for county com
missioner. Though this race was in
doubt for many hours, Mr, Butler
finally rolled up a majority of 463.
In the only other race for a county
office. R. M. Russell, republican, run
ning foe re-election as county clerk.
defeated Henry Nolan of Lacomb, Or.,
his democratic opponent, almost two
and one-half to one.
VICTOR'S MARGIN ONE VOTE
Lebanon Returns Give DoolitUe
108, Crandall 107.
ALBANY, Or.. Nov. 4. (Special.)
Frank DoolitUe was elected a city
councilman in Lebanon, Or., by a
margin of one vote, according to the
unofficial returns of the Lebanon
city .'election, which have been re
ceived at the county clerk's office
here. He defeated A. J. Crandall for
member of the council by a vote of
108 to 107.
Byron Millsap was re-elected mayor
of Lebanon. He had no opponent on
the ballot, but many wrote (n the
name of Dennis Cormier, ex-mayor.
Millsap won by a vote of 433 to 332.
C. H. Witman was re-elected oity re
corder and G. W. Cruaon city treas
urer without opposition. Elmer Fitz
gerald and Dolph Southard also were
elected members of the city council.
Fitzgerald defeated S. O. Wallace,
148 to 62, Southard ran unopposed.
DENNIS ELECTED TO SENATE
Pierce Declared Defeated by 88
Votes in Union and Wallowa.
LA GRANDE, Or., Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) Final returns, with one pre
cinct, Pittsburg, in- Wallowa county,
missing, give Bruce Dennie a lead
of 38 votes in the two counties over
Waiter M. Pierce, democrat.
Republican County Chairman Peare
today Issued a statement that Den
nis (rep.) had defeated Pierce (dem.)
in this senatorial district. Union
county's vote, as It stands unofficial
ly, shows tnat Pierce carried the
county by approximately 23 votes,
hut ha l8t Wallowa county by 6,
according to figures given out ai
Enterprise, Or., today.
Complete unofficial returns from
all but one precinct in Union county
give Harding 3811, Cox 181jL Cham
berlain 1912, Stanfield 1992.
ROBERTSON STATE; SENATOR
Condon Elects D. R. Fark$ Mayor,
Three "Women Win,
CONDON. Or, Nov. 4. (Special.)
The following were winners in the
recent election: Q. B. Robertson, state
senator; D. R. Parker, circuit judge;
A. M. Wright and R, J. Carsner, state
representatives; T. A. Weinke, district
attorney: L. K. Dowler, county judge
Sherman Wade, commissioner; Elmer
Montage, sheriff; J, C. Sturgil), clerk;
Myrtle Ferguson, treasurer; Ray C.
Schott, surveyor; Elfia Campbell, as
sessor, and Jean K.' Porter, school su
perintendent. Results in the city election were:
p. R. Parker, mayor; M. Fltzmau-
rice, William Crawford, George H.
lagg, u. 11. Harris, U. N. Mackay
and L. E. Shelley, councilmen; John
Stewart, recorder; Elmer Hamrick,
UMATILLA FOR STANFIELD
florae County Goes for Victor
in Senatorial Race.
PENDLETON. Air., Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) Senator Chamberlain has been
defeated by Robert N. Stanfield for
united, fctatea senator by three votes,
in the latter's home county, accord
ing to unofficial complete returns
from the 64 precincts' St Umatilla
county, which give Chamberlain 3616,
This count Is unofficial, and officla)
complete returns win not De avail
able until tomorrow, when the locked
ballot boxes of four precincttfv will be
opened. Complete returns from 60
of the county's 64 precincts for pres
ident give Harding 4589, Cox 3033.
COTTAQE GROVE REPUBLICAN
City Elects G. O. Know lea Mayor,
Herbert Eakin Treasurer.
COTTAGE GROVE, Or., Nov. 3.
(Special.) George O. Knowles was
elected mayor and Herbert Eakin
treasurer, without opposition. S. V.
Allison was elected councilman from
the first ward, R. E. Short council
man from, the second ward and Nel
son Durham and Dr. A. W. Klme
councilmen from the third -ward-
Homer A. Galloway wu elected recorder.
Other figures give for president
Harding 465, Cox 298. For senator
Stanfield 410, Chamberlain 254.
HARDING 3-ro-l' FAVORITE
Marion Complete Returns Give
Stanfield 1600 Plurality.
SALEM, Or Nov. 4. (Snecial In
complete unofficial returns received
irom me t voting precincts in Ma
rion county show that Senator Hard
ing was successful over Governor Cox
by a vote of nearly three to one. Rob
ert N. Stanfield (rep) defeated George
E. Chamberlain (dem.) In the county
by a plurality of more than 1600 votes.
in results follow: President r
Harding 8397, Cox 8685, Watkins 264,
Debs W. W. Cox 56.
Senator Chamberlain 5075. Hayes
234, Slaughter 296. Stanfield 6633,
Representative in congress, first
district Hawley 9543, Talbert 1107.
becretary of State Kozer 10.569.
Sears 651, Upton 335.
supreme court justice Brown 4890.
McCarthy 110, Smith S.
Attorney-general Bailey 657. Co-
show 543, Johnson 12, Van Winkle
Dairy and food commissioner Haw
ley 7087, Von Behren 898.
Public service commissioner Ben
nett 2619, Buchtel 7871, Newman 513.
The count for justices of the su
preme court with the ' exception of
Mr. Brown has not yet been tabulated.
BROWNSVILLE MAYOR WINS
Executive Re-elected in One of Hot-
test Contests Ever Held.
ALBANY, Or.,. Nov. 4. (Special.)
E. E. White was re-elected mayor of
Brownsville Tuesday in one of the
hottest municipal elections ever held
in that city, according to reports re-
ceived here. The contest for mayor
and the six councilmen was between
citizens favoring the paving of the
streets in the business section of the
city and those opposed. Those favor
ing paving re-elected Mayor White
and elected four of their six candi
dates for councilmen. The anti-paving
ticket elected two councilmen.
Though the paving question was
not involved in the election of city
marshal, a three-cornered race for
that office furnished a live contest.
Coleman Warner was elected marshal,
defeating L. D. Vidito, the present
marshal, and Henry Sheldon. J. W.
Craig was re-elected city recorder
and W. C. Elmore city treasurer, both
The suecessfutrandldates for city
councilmen are R. N. Matloc': and Dr.
W. J. Shelton, first ward; J. H. Fer
rell and A. S. Hamill, second ward;
Vernon Howe and Lester Walker,
ES T A GA DA ELECTS OFFICERS
E. C. Stephens Chosen Mayor of
-Eastern Clackamas Town.
ESTACADA, Or., Nov. 4. Special.)
Estacada returns for two precincts
for United States senator were:
Chamberlain 160, .anfield 168. The
three republican state representa
tives i Hammond, Shank and Stone
The result of the city election fol
lows: E. C. Stephens, mayor; Mrs.
jess M. Bartlett, treasurer; S. E.
Wocster, recorder, and J. F. Love
lace, V. S. Morgan, John Osborne, C.
S Alien, Dr. L. A. Wells, councilmen.
HARDING IS AHEAD IN FOSSIL
14 Precincts Complete Give BJg
Lead to Republicans.
FOSSIL, Or., Nov. 4. (Special.)
Fourteen precincts complete and oth
ers incomplete give these results:
Harding 798. Cox 211, Watkins 20.
Debs 2, Cox industrial labor) 2; Cham
berlain 351, Hayes 10, Slaughter 4.
Stanfield 676; Svenson 11. Sinnott 798,
Graham 187; Kozer 862, Sears 15, Up
ton 23; supreme court vacancy. Brown
2Q6, attorney-general. Van Winkle
105, Bailey SO. Coshow 21, Johnson 2.
Pastor Active in Election.
COVE, Or., Nov- 4. (Special.) In
the city election here, Bishop Mitch
ell, candidate for mayor, and R. Z.
Baxter, candidate for recorder, were
defeated hy J- E. Trippeer and T. Q.
Wilson, respectively, as the climax
to a campaign against them -by Rev.
H. I. Hansen, pastor of the Metho
dist Episcopal church. Other city of
Tlcers elected were Grover Duffey.
their merchandise reflects
the desire of the public to se
cure real value for every
dollar. . t
v ',' ' '
Polite clothes, always mod
erate in price, permit the
realization of this desire. '
treasurer, and Mrs. J. W, X Kaufman.'
Mrs. Minnie McDannel. Miss Mae
Stearns. L. Bloom, S.. F. Musick and
C. L. Rowe. councilmen. A nearly
normal vote was polled In Cove pre
cinct, and only the impossibility of
leaving work in heading, threshing,
etc., on a fair day interfered with a
full vote. Women were well repre
MILLER IS GRESHAM MAYOR
Harding j'polls 3 78 Votes, to 164
for Cox Stanfield Leads.
GRESHAM, Or., Nov. 4 (SpeclaV)
K. A. Miler was elected mayor Tues
day to succeed Georg'e A. Kenney,
who has filled the office for the last
two years. Mr. Miller was opposed
by Milo C. King.
Dr. A. W. Botkia, L. L Kidder and
Judge Wonacott were elected coun
cilmen. each to serve three years, an
C. A. Corothera to serve one year.
C. G. Schneider was elected re
corder, - John Metzger treasurer and
G. A. Cox marshal. - -
National and state election results
from three precincts combined follow:
Harding 378, Cox 164, Stanfield 306,
Chamberlain 223, McArthur 311, Love
Joy 210. . V
Albany" Elects P. A. Young Mayor.
ALBANY, Or., Nov. 4. (Special.)
The' complete unofficial vote in Al
bany's city election Tuesday follows:
Mayor, P. A. Yqungv unopposed, 1462.
Treasurer, E. B. Williamson 933. H. B.
Cusick 742. Recorder, D. H. Bodine,
unopposed, 1399. Chief of police, John
Catlin, present incumbent, 968; J. Q.
Rodgers, 739. Councilmen, 1st ward,
two to elect, J. J. Barrett, 469; P. a.
Holloway. 486. Councilmen. 2d ward,
two to elect; Dr. G, E. Riggs, 890; F.
C. Veal, 361. Councilmen, 3d ward,
two to elect, Dr. A. P, H,owel8, 327;
B. F. Townsend. 308; Allen Gill, 210.
Haisey Polls Record Vote.
HALBET, Or., Nov. 4. (Special.)
At the city election held here Tues
day L. K. Walton was elected mayor;
J. C. Bramwell, marshal; D. Taylor,
treasurer; Eldon Cross, recorder, and
K. E. Gormley, George Taylor, W. F.
White and M. E. Gardner, . council
men. The largest vpte was recorded
in .the history of the town. '
Three Generations Republican.
COTTAGE 'GROVE, Or., Nov. -A.
(Special.) G. W. McReynolds, civil
war veteran, takes pride in the re
publicanism of his family, and is
proud of the fact that this year three
generations cast their vqtes for the
grand old party from top to bottom.
The other two members of the trio
were his son, E. L. McReynolds, and
the latter's son, Kenneth McReynolds.
Washington County Is Complete.
HILLSBORO. Or., Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) The unofficial count of Wash
ington county complete gave: Hard
ing 4547, Cox 1989: Chamberlain 2837,
atanfield 4199. .No tabulations were
made on uncontested offices. .
Hyatt Carries District.
LA GRANDE, Or., Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) George W. Hyatt has been
elected representative for Union and
Wallowa counties over S. L. Buv
naugh by a majority approximately
F. L. Hubbard Is Winner.
BAKER, Or., Nov. 4. (Special.)
F. L. Hubbard, republican, was today
declared absolutely certain . pf vic
tory over Frank C. McCulloch, demo
crat for state representative, from
Baker, county. " N
ifarding and Stanfield Ahead,
MARSHFIELD, Or, Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) Returns up to date give Stan
field 2732, Chamberlain 2704, Hard
ing 2552, Cox 1738.
Proposed Amendment Defeated.
CONCORD, N. H., Nov. 4. Proposed
amendments to 'the state constitution
offered to the voters for a referendum
at Tuesday's election jvere defeated
by majorities ranging from 3000 to
20,000. Among them were amendments-
providing for a' state income
tax and classified Inheritance tax,
Canada Lowers Debt.
OTTAWA. Nov. 4. Expanding rever
nues, coupled with a significant de
crease In capital expenses last month
caused a decrease of $2,634,356 in the
Canadian national debt, lowering the
total to IS. 73, 516.168.
The f jct that
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Portland Slavonian Robbed
.: of Borrowed $1500.
POLICE HUNT STRANGER
Mike Koklch, Clerk In Soft Drink
Stand, Is Victim of Bunko
Mike Kokick. a young Slavonian,
paid 31500 yesterday for a money-making-
machine. ..The ' apparatus,
which was sold to hira by a "friend."
was guaranteed to reproduce good
American bank notes of any denomi-
nation. Mike didn't intd to make
the purchase, but his "frend," after
decamping w'th the money, kindly
left the machine for a. souvenir'
Mike, who cierks In a soft drink
stand at 230',4 Third street, was
highly pleased with the ways of a
stranger who dropped in last Monday
to buy a drink. The stranger did not
wait for change. This happened sev
eral times, each time the customer
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treating the crowd and refusing
change. Such indications of wealth
interested Mike, so it was an easy
matter for the stranger to make the
After an acquaintance covering
nearly three day the stranger, whom
Mike has been unable to describe ade
quately, became confidential. He told
Mike that. he had a machine which he
had obtained In Mexico which would
make good paper money not the
usual counterfeit stuff. But the
stranger had no place to work. Mike
bit. He requested the stranger to
bring his wonderful machine to his
house, where he could work without
Marklse Is Wertted.
At Mike's house, 110 East Twenty
first street, a marvelous machine was
placed in operation. The stranger,
taking a a bill, placed it with a silken
sheet of blank paper. Folding these
in bits of newspaper, the operator,
who had many mystifying materials
with which to work, dampened them
with a green fluid. Then he placed
them in the maohine.
The maohine, which was brought to
police headquarters last night, was
abqut nine inches square. All trim
mings were brightly nickel finished.
When, the money was placed inside
the operator pressed a button. There
was a flash of light through an aper
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buzzing sound in the Interior. Shortly
the stranger removed the small pack
age from the machine, extracting two
perfectly good 35 bills where only
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Mike Is Interested.
This interested Mike. Further op
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forthwith, but the stranger informed
Mike that he was out of the special
paper. He would have to go to Mexico
where ha- had- 80,0IQ sheets cached
away, but the trip ould cost about
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$2000. Mike volunteered to aid the
stranger. His new-found partner in
formed him that if he had bills of
larger denomination to work with
he could make the $2000 which would
carry him to Mexico.
Mike forthwith borrowed $1500
from two friends, getting $500 from
one and $1000 from another. . Taking
these home, the stranger placed the
$500 In the machine for reproduction.
He informed Mike that, being of
larger denomination, the machine
would require -more time to complete
the printing. So he took Mike down
town to set him up to the drinks.
The drinks did not materialize.
Reaching the business section. Mike's
companion excused himself. He had
some Important papers at his hotel
which he must look after. That was
his farewell to Mike. After waiting
for several hours Mike told certain of
his friends of the wonderful machine.
They told Mike that he had been bun
Notwithstanding the nature of his
venture, Mike reported the loss of
his money to the police, who, under
the circumstances, gave him scant
sympathy, although they are making
every effort, working with the
meagre information at hand to ap
prel end the culprit. Kokich, who
has never taken out naturalization
papers, was advised to give up get-rich-quick
ideas and try to become
an American citizen.
Snow Falls at Walla Walla.
WALLA WALLA. Wash., . Nov. 4.
(Special.) A few flakes of snow fell
he.re today. The normal date for the
first fall of snow is November 17.
The snow today vanished as fast as
Fifteen Autoists "Tagged."
Probably owlns; to the fact that
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the home pr in the studio. It lends its aid
to every musical mood and moment; for
the entertainment off guests, for dancing
or for the most complete enjoyment off the
classic literature of the piano world,
faultlessly rendered by the greatest liv
ing masters off the keyboard.
THEIE IS BUT ONE ANGELUS, so su
perior is its beauty, its artistry, that it
has established a sphere wholly and dis
tinctively its own, but hear it at our
stores, then compare itnot with other
player pianpswitJh the playing of the
greatest masters you know. THE AN
GELUS. deserves that hearing and will
surprise and gratify your highest expec
tations. Only at our stores is this privi
m m am
they were hurrying home after a hard
day's work. 15 autoists were "tagged"
yesterday by Motorcycle Patrolmen
Shaylor and Mobley. Twelve ar
rests were for cutting corners.while
three drivers must explain to the
judge ths morning why they were
running with open cutouts.
Burns Asks for Railroad.
'SALEM, Or., Nov. 4. (Special.).
A petition was reoeived at the office
of the Oregon Public Service' com
mission today from the Burns Com
mercial club asking that train serv
ice be provided for that city. To
bring this about It was suggested in
the petition that the railroad which
now terminates at Bend be extended
It is not believed by the public
service commissioners that they have
any jurisdiction over the construc
tion of new railroads, but they have
promised to give the petition con
Portland Negroes Are Married.
VANCOUVER, Wash.. Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) J. D. Davis, and Mrs. Winnie
Butler of Portland, both negroes,
were married here today by Rev. A.
R. Fox, B. D., pastor of Bethel Africa
Methodist Episcopal church of Port
land, who accompanied them here
from Portland. The ceremony was
performed in the county commis
sioners' room and the wedding was
witnessed by John P. Kiggins, county
commissioner, who happened to be
present. Mrs. C. R. Reed, negro, was
the other witness.
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