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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1904)
Reno, Nev., Nor. 10. There are still
about 70 precincts to hear fioa ia this
state. A conservative estimate places
Booeevelt's plurality at between 2,500
and 3,000. Yerington, Rep., is elected
Providenre, R. I., Nor. 9. -Com
plete retains from Rhode Island for
pte!kt give: Roosevelt 40,893;
Parker ,924; Boosevelt 'a plurality 15,-
974. Utter, Rep., will be elected gov
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over Van Dueer, Dem., by abot 100. ernor br less than 6,000 pltnality. The
Nixon, Jiep., for eenator, will control legislature ia overwhelmingly Hepubli
the legislature by about three votea. , lean.
OUSTERS, CLAMS, CRABS
aod" CRAWFISH IN SEASON
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Columbus, O., Nov. 19. Nearly
complete returns tonight show close to
250,000 plurality for Roosevelt and
Fairbanks electors. Only 18 out of the
83 counties in the slate have been car
ried for Parker and only one Democrat
ic congressman has been elected out of
121. State Chairman Harvey Garber,
the Democratic candidate in the Fourth
district, baa 1,600 plurality in a dis
trict normally 6,000 Democratic.
Denver, Nov. 10. D. B. Fairley,
Republican etate cbaiman, today
abandoned his claim that Governor J.
Pool ITctatQ 9. InClirOnPO Peabody had been re-elected, and
nCdl UO ICUC a IllOUiailUC the governor himself conceded hie de
feat. Adams' majority over Pea body
in the city and county of Denver is 6,-
070, and in the entire etate about 5,600.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 9. Roosevelt
has carried Wyoming by 7,500 to 8,-
00O. Brooks, Republican, has been
elected governor by over 4,000 over Os
Newark, N. J., Nov. 9 New Jersey
was carried by the Republicans by a
biffger majority than ever the most Ban
eulno of the Republican predictions.
The state gave in the neighborhood of
60,000 for Roosevelt.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 9. The state
has gone about the usual number Democratic.
USTMCTER& EXAMINER OF TITLES
Philadelphia, Nov. 10. Complete
but unofficial figures leceived by the
laaAiiarar1 Pmqb fmm avar nnti nfr fn
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but from where a close estimate has
been obtained, shows that President
Roosevelt's plurality in Pennsylvania
has reached 494,952, probably the
largest plurality ever given a presiden
tial candidate by any state in the polit
ical history of the country.
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Jackson, Miss, Nov. 9. The Demo
cratic plurality ie unusually largo in
Mississippi, having reached the total
of about 50,000. All Democratic con
gressmen are elected.
Detroit, Nov. 9. Michigan today
was the scene of a veritablo landslide.
Roosevelt and Fairbanks have carried
the state by an unprecedented majority
variously estimated at from 100,000 to
150,000. Frederick Warner for gov
ernor and the Republican state ticket,
Japanese ShcH Drops on Itx Moun
tain at Pert Arthur.
Cbeefoo. Nov. 12.- Itx mountain, ac
coidlng to Chinese, 120 of whom ar
rived here today from Port Aithur, is
proving a costly obstacle to the Japan
On the mornings of November 6
and G fierce assaults on tl position
were made by the Japanese, who were
repulsed. During the second assault
a shell, soaring over the other hills
from Palichung. dropped on Itx moun
tain and demolished a mine and the
mine controlling station and exploded
The Russians were holding the
trenches on the boundary of- the mined
sections. Between 600 and 700 were
killed or wounded. The Japanese, not
having reached tho place were unhurt.
Itz mountain owes tho beat part of
its strength to tho peculiar topogtaphy
of tho surrounding countty, which pre
vents n direct artillery fire and docs
not enable the Japanese to advanco
trenches with tho eucccsb evident else
where. The Japaneso advanced on it in both
instances ,from behind distant hills,
with tho fullest force tho ground would
allow, but in tho long distances which
they were compelled to travereo in tho
face of machine guns their rnnka were
melted. Both times tho Japanese
broke the wire entanglements la places.
One soldier with a leg torn off was seen
trying to bite the wires.
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Pakeraburg. W. Va., Nov. 10. The
official returns for West Virginia are
not yet in, but from returns received
Booeevelt's plurality in the state is
placed at 25,000 to 30,000. The Be
publican stale committee claims the
election of W. G. Dawson, Bep., for
governor, by about 9,000 plurality.
The Democratic state .committee con
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St. Louis, Nov. 10. With seven
counties still to be heard from the re
turns shove that Booeevelt's plurality
in Missouri stood at 15,755. Of the
seven counties unheard from eii went
for Bryan in 1900. They are remote
and sparsely settled. With complete
returns from 96 counties out of 114 at
hand, the entiie Republican Etate tick
et, with the exception of governor, has
been elected by pluralities of 350 to
St. Paul, Nov. 10. Incomplete re
turns from all counties in Minnesota
show that Johnson, Dem., was elected
governor by a majority of 13,000. Be-
turnsj-eceived here today show that
the next Minnesota house of represent
atives will have 107 Bepublicans and
Three Perish In New York Tene
ment House Diazes.
New York, Nov. 12. Three poisons
lost their lives, 20 were Injured, and
nearly half a hundied were overcome
by smoke und an equal number are
temporarily homeless as a result of a
series of fires in various parts of the
city today. In nearly every case, the
fires were in tenement houses occupied
by a large number of families, and at
least two of them are thought to hovel
been Btaited by Incendiaries. In no
case was the property Iosb more than a
few thousand dollars. That no more
lives were lost undoubtedly was duo to
the fact that tho flames were discovered
in every instance before they had made
great headway, and the excellent nun
la proceeding Biowly. BepublicanB made of saving appliances by the fire- School Boolrs nnri Stiit Jnnw
other apparatus enaoied tho firemen to
save many persons whose escape had
been cut off by the flames and choking
Nearly all tho fires started in tho
lower parts of the buildings, and the
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 9. This state
will send all 13 Democratic electors to
the college to name tho president.
White Biver Junction, Vt., Nov. 9.
Complete returns from Vermont:
Boosevelt 40,691; Parker 9,881; Booee
velt's plmality 30,S10.
xopeica, Kan., nov. a. At 1:30 a.
m. Chairman Stubbs, of the Republi
can State commitete. claimed the elec
tion of Hoch for governor by a plurali
ty of 50,000 Booeevelt's plurality will
be close to 100,000.
Charlotte, NJO., Nov. 9. The count
New HampBhiro haa been carried
overwhelmingly by the Bepublicans.
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Butte, Mont., Nov. 10 The returns
from Tuesday's election thus far re
ceived seem to give the Bepublicans
the best of it in the next legislature.
The house, it is figured on actual re
turnF, will be BepublicanB 37, Demo-
ctats 31, doubtful 4. The senate from
present indications will be 15 Bepubli
cans, 10 Democrats and 1 doubtful.
A Bepublican legislature insures the
return of ex-senator Thomas H. Carter
to the United States.
baa carried South Carolina by not less
than 40,000 plurality. The Democrat
ic stat- ticket haB been elected without
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 9. The Be
publicanB at this time concede the Dem
ocrats nearly everything.
Omaha, Nov. 9. At midnight the
indicationa are that Boosevelt haa car
ried Nebraska by a plurality of 36,000
to 40,000. The Bepubl'cinB have
elected congressmen in the First,
Fourth, Fifth and Sixth districts. The
Second and third aie in doubt.
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drove the panic stricken tenants to
roofs and fire escapes. Many were
overcome Defore reaching the outer air, i
but with the exception of three fill
were found by firemen and carried out
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Notorious Harvey Logan, Disguised
as Prospeclor, Leaves Wyoming.
Denver, Nov. 12. A special dispatch
from Thennopolis, Wyo., eays:
Sheiiff Fenton, of Big Horn county,
and posse, with Sheriff Stough, of Fre
mont, have returned from the chase
after Harvey Logan and his gang of
Cody bank robbers, and reports that
Logan, by the boldest piece of daring,
outwitted the officers and made his ca-
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THE DALLES, OREGON
Chicago, Nov. 9. The indications,
based on the returns received, afe that
the Bepublican national ticket has car-
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New York, Nov. 9.-BeturnB from " " "JT tu J -lue cape out of the country last Sunday
the whole state show that Boosevelt pemociata declare that the figures were Lnd j. now well out of tha atati,
has 174,000 pluraliy and that Higgins exaggeraieo, out aumit tnat Koosevelt j diega58ed afl a prognector
for governor has 80,000. The legialat- will have a plurality not far from 100,- odS pacfc muIe ,Sd with
ure uave iu KepuDiicans oui oil toos and provisions tramped out of
150, and 35 Bepublican senators out of Arkansas. the Hole-in-the-Wall country, nast the
TUfio tl- i.i, x--.. n ttij I two poEEes. and made his wav to Can.
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with one election district missing,
35,999. Brooklyn was carried by
RooEevelt by 1,080. Herrick carried
Greater New York, with one election
district missing, by 80,025, and Brook
lyn by 5,404.
Des. Moines, Iowa, Nov. 11. Com
plete unofficial returns from every coun
ty in the Btate were, received by the,
Btate auditor today. , Thevote on pres
ident follows: Boosevelt, Bep., 331,
570; Parker, Dem., ie5,589; Debs.,
Soc., 78,342; Swallow, Prohi., 7,285;
Watson, Pop.. 1,791. These are the
figures that will be canvassed by the
board in December.
increased majority over the last aeneral
Austin, Tex., Nov. 9. Nearly com
plete returns show that the vote cast
will hardly exceed 375,000, of which
250,000 where cast for Parker, 60,000
for Boosevelt and the remainder scattered.
The remainder of the cane snlit nn.
two disappearing completely and two
more doubling back into the mountains
two miles from Theimopolis The lat
ter are well known to tho officers and
ineir capture will be effected in a fnw
days. One of these men wawith
Logan in the deeccnt on tho bank.
Milwaukee, Nov. 9. It is generally
conceded that Boosevelt has carried
Wisconsin by 60,000.. Both Bepubli
can and Democratic state chairmen
claim the state respectively for La
Follette and Peck.
Sioux Falls, "8.1)., Nov. 9. .Chair
roan Martin, of the Democratic state
central committee, has .issued a state
ment in which he concedes Boosevelt
polled 60,000 votes, Parker 30,000 and
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El Paso, Tex, Nov. 9.The executive
committee of the 12th National Irri
gation congress haa mailed to all dele
gates an advanco program of the pro
ceedings oi the coming session of the
congress to be held in this city Novem
ber 10 10 18. un tho subjects of for.
Hardships of Wrecked Crew.
San Francieco, Nov. 12. - Captain
Kirkwood and 29 members of the crew
of the ill-fated steamer Mineola ar
rived from tho Orient today on the
steamer Manchuria. Tho Mineola
was wrecKea about throe weeka ago rtDI79l V
In TPf.il hav ftff , nn..t an u I v ri I L. I
and the crow and officers had consid
erable difficulty in landing. They fin
ally reached tho shore, and aftei many
hardships, arrived at Yokohama. The
crew had nothing but rotten fish to eat
lor 24 days, when they wore picked up
by a British man-of-war.
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over 60 per cent from McKinley'a ma-
Graud Forks, N. D., Nov. 0. Boose- e8try engineering and mechanics nrZ Britain and
i-aicat styles, lowest prices. Larcnufc nml t..t b..ii.,i i t- ti..j i
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Portland, Maine, Nov. 9. With a
slightly decreased vote Maine today
gave the usual 'Bepublican majorities.
Democrats showed less interest than
Bepublicana and many did not vote,
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 9. Com
plete returns from the state give Boose
velt 111,330 ; Parker 72,167, For gov
ernor: Huberts, Bep., 104,763; Robert
son, Dem., 78,187.
Por Treaties With America.
Washington. Nov. 12. Secretary
Hay has received assurances from Great
Mexico that they standi
negotiate arbitration treat-
ural settlement, the nrotrram inclined Iefl on t0 1Inea ' recently con-
addresses and naners hv 87 nf i mf eluded between France and the United
prominent experts in their respective 8ta,e8 Consequently, the state depart-
uepartments. meni wm proceeu at once to complete
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ngures leceived bv the foie n office, cemner o. ( iNCOr4FoivrHr. '
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me oouuiweat African war has cost
Germany about $20,000,000, and al- Thousands of Reservists CscaDe.
X n I olui.t. i. uii. r" 1 1 . J0,n tho colore for service
o iftiuuio IB no U1IIIT MB 111 AlUnCllUrin. WIilrh hna
Capital Stock $25,000. Gonoral bantrtno nl i I'll aif Ktiafnmia MttHU ttJ
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