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    THE" OREGON DAILY JOURNAL', PORTLAND, OREGON.
Wednesday, ' November 3, 1920.
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SIOIBEIISO
II TO
VED MRS.
OF HOOD
KING
RIVER
Of Interest throughout the state
1 the news of the approaching mar
riage of Mr. Harriet King ot Hood
River to Simon Benson of Portland.
Although the fact of their engage
ment has. been known for several
weeks by a few close frier .4 of Mr.
Benson and h's fiancee, no formal
announcement has been uiaoV.
Mrs. King was born, in Eugene, and
, has always been a resident of Oregon.
For the last 12 years she has made her
home in Hood River, where, since the
death of her husband, she has been man
ager of her own orchards . and of va
rious business enterprises in which she
has been engaged.? JShe has also been
Instrumental in organizing activities In
the Interests of : hlgnway improvement
In the Hood River district. Mrs. King
is a woman of distinguished appear
ance and of unusual personal charm
and has many warm friends in Port
land. This -afternoon she was greeted
by Portland friends at a tea for which
Mrs. Pat Herbert Allen, daughter of
Mr. Benson, was hostess : at her home
In Marshall street At this time, how
ever, no announcement was made of
"the engagement, as Mrs.' King shared
ionors with Mrs. Oliver Walker ot New
York city. - '. ;.' ' ' .
I Mr. Benson lr widely known as "Ore
gon's most useful citizen.- He is a pio
neer timberman of the state and has
maintained extensive business interests
la Oregon for many years. He also
bears an enviable record as one of Ore
gon's' most generous philanthropists, his
' contributions to education and - public
convenience being i no less known than
Ills aid to the cause of good roads and
highway extension.
- No definite plans for the wedding have
been made.
MRS. H. B. KING WILL'
WED SIMON BENSON
CHAMBERLAIN
GOES
OUT ON G. 0. P. IE
(ContimMd from Pas On!
rfulatlng legislative sessions, yes 450,
no 280; oleomargarine, yes 313, no 689 ;
: single tax. yes 135 no S79 : -county offi
ce' term, ya 492, no SOS ; port con
solidation, yes 622fe. no 883 ; antl-com-N
pulsory vaccination, yes 183, "ho 731 ; ln
Aterest rate, yes 123, no 773 : Roosevelt
bird refuse,' yea 335, no 580 : divided
session, year '270t no 40 ; market com
mission, yes 335, no 406. - T
Of'
CXATSO :
Prominent Qood River woman whose
engagement to Portland timber
man and good roads promoter was
mods known today. , Mrs. JSiag
was honor guest at a tea given
ibis afternoon by Mrs. Pat.ppr-
bert Allen, Mr. Benson's daughter.
Astoria. Or., Nov. - 3. Incomplete
turn from 30 Dreciscts in Clatsop coun
ty give. Harding 116, Cox 62. Watklns
6, UeDS 41, William uox su; Lnamiwr
lain 888. Hays 3fr, Slaughter 4.- Stanfield
18 ; Bennett 450,. Buchtel 1214. Newman
39 ; compulsory voting, yes 75, ..no 114;
rtrulatlntr legislative sessions, yes 68,
no 71 ; oleomargarine, yes 75. no 105 ;
' single tax, yes 44, no . 92 ; county of
ficers' term, yes 111, no 51 ; port con
solidation, yes 28. no 110; antl-com-
oulsonr vaccination,: yes 51, no 2S; in
terest rate, yes 26, no 125; Roosevelt
bird reguge, yes lllj no 64; dlvlded ses
sion, -as 2, no 62 ; market commission,
yes 46, no 116. ,i ; r y
-'S , CLACKAMAS
- Oregon, City, Nov. Incomplete re
turns from 61- precincts In Clackamas
county srive:' Harding .851, Cox 514;
Chamberlain 635, Stanfield 753; compul
sory voting, yes 35. no 74 ; regulating
legislative sessions, yes 49, no 64 ; oleo
margarine, yes 35, no 86 ; single tax,
yea 81. no 84 ; - eounty officers' term.
yes 99. no 68 ; port consolidation, yes
49, no 65 ; an tl-com pulsory vaccination.
yes 31, no 70 ; interest rate, yes, 18
no 110 ; Roosevelt bird refuge, yes 60.
no 72 ; divided session, yes 29, no 65 ;
market commission, yes 31, no 77.
Complete returns from 62 out of 82
precincts point toward the election of
Mass. Democrat, sheriff, , with 232 lead
. over Wilson. Cross.' for county judge,
leads Beatle, Democrat, ly 171: Stlpp,
Republican, for districts attorney, leads
Hedges, incumbent, by 268. The county
gives Stanfield a good? majority.
J;'V. i coos
- Marsh field. Qr., Nov. 3.-r Twenty pre
clncts in Coos county' complete give
Harding 949, Cox 618 Chamberlain 738,
Hayes 12. Slaughter 41. Stanfield 792
Koser 1010, Sears 81, Upton 62 ; Bean
- 678, Benson 676, Harris 669, McBrtde
671 ; Hawley 614. Von Behren 98 ; Ben
nett 211, Buchtel 438, Newman 70-, state
senate, Charles Hall 1230 ; represent.
Uve, Fifth district, j Tom- T. Bennett
(Rep.) 113.0v. O. W. Ijeslie Detn.i 459
representative, Fifths 8. P. Pcarce 1005
district attorney, Ben S. Fisher, 1812
assessor, J. F. Byert (Rep.V 899, T. J.
Thrift (Dot.) 832; county judge, John
y. Hall (Dem. 796, C. R. Wade, (Ind.)
. 783 ; county, commissioner. Henry Kern,
1134; sheriff, Edwin Ellinfcsen (Rep.)
825, W. W. Gage .(Pern.) 747 ; county
clerk, Ines Bunch (Rep.) 1013, A. B.
Collier (Dem.) 572; county treasurer, T,
M. uimmicK, 12U1 r county superintend
ent, C. E. Mulkey. 1176 ; county sur
veyor, C St McCUlIoch, 1026 ; coroner,
. ITred E. Wilson, 1220.;
Incomplete return; from 18 precincts
give: Compulsory voting, yea 141, no
143; legislative session, yes 98. no 67
-.. oleomargarine bill, yes 195. no 98 : sin
gle tax. yes 74. no 221; county officers'
; term, yes 149, no 103 ; Portland dock,
i yes 64, no 120 ; anti-compulsory vaccina
tlon. yes 81, no 205; interest rate, yes
. 4S. no sis Koosevelt bird refuge, .yes
100, no 132'; divided legislature, yes 90,
- no no; state market, yes 144, no 101.
:V: ' ' COLtTMBIA
St Helens, Or., Nov. 2. Complete re
turns from six precincts In Columbia
county give Harding 433. Cox 27, Wat
kins 10, Debs 85, .William Cox 25 ; Cham
berlain 209, Hayes 6. Slaughter 31. Stan
field J33, .Svensen 31 ; Hawley 418. Tal
. bert 69 ; Koser 494, Sears 60, Upton 51 ;
Bean 423, Benson ; 413 ; Bennett 161,
Buchtel 378, Newman 48.
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give Harding 8172. Cox 1714 ; Chamber
lain 8890, Stanfield 8094. i
i' HOOD RIVER
Hood River, Or,' Nov. 3. Incomplete
returns from' six precincts in Hood
River county give ; Harding 85, Cox 45 ;
Chamberlain 74, Stanfield 66; port con
solidation, yea 82. no 44; Interest rate
bill, yes 37, no 71; market commission,
yes 61. no 79. v'
' Madras.: Or, Nov. 8. Complete re
turns from 11 precincts in Jefferson
county srive Hardin 489. Cox zil, Wat-
i kins 17, Debs 17, William Cox 6 ; Cham-
herialn 170, Hayes 11, Slaughter 17, sun.
field 241, Svenson 6 ; Graham 141, Sinnott
605 ; Kozer 611. Sears 40, Upton 36.,
josErmxE
Grants Pass. Or.. Nov. 3. Complete
returns from 23 precmcts in Josephine
eounty give: Harding. 1464; Cox, 758,
Returns for senator from 23 precincts
give ; Chamberlain, 702 : Hayes, 61 ;
Slaughter. 72 s Stanfield, 1309 ; Svenson,
17 ; dock commission, yes .707," no 787 ;
anil-vaccination,' yes 455,"no 1317 ; Inter
est rate, yes 276, no 1655; divided ses
sion, yes 426, no 1098 ; market act,' yes
446, no 1162 ; compulsory voting, yes
446, no 1418 ; regulating legislature, yes
642, no 986 X. oleomargarine bill, yes 497,
no 1251 ; single tax, yes 264. no 1551;
county officers' terms, yes 918, no 813 ;
Roosevelt (bird refuge, yes 799, no 926.
1933 ; county officers terms,' yes 945. no
1068j port of Portland, yes 668, no 1244 ;
anti-vaccination, .yes 547 ; ' no 1627 ; in
terest bill, yes 367, no 1730 ; bird refuge,
yes 668, no 1419 ; divided session, yes 442,
no 1373 ; market commission, yes 469 no
1417
between Gilliam and Wheeler- counties
was carried la these precincts. O. B.
Robertson was elected state senator from
this district' and D. R. Parker was re
elected circuit judge. -
UNION '
L Grande, Nov. J. Complete returns
from 17 precincts in Union county s"tve
Harding 1475. Cox 960. Watklns 34, Debs
90, Cox 19, .Chamberlain 1011, Hayes 22,
Slaughter 75, Stanfield 1043, Svenson 14,
Graham 631, Sinnott 1044 Koser 1598,
Sears 192. - Upton 101, Bean 1557.
Hawley 1876, Von Behren 122. Dennis
1154, Pearce 1075, Burnaugh 827, Hyatt
1146, Hod grin 883. Wright 1J77, Couch
1390, Phy1076, Bailey 1032. Warnick 1385.
Procter 849, Randall 699, Wright 604,
Brown 123, Coshow 40, Johnson 12, Van
Winkle 58. Bennett 4. Bailey 22; com
pulsory voting, yes 629, no 1163; . legis
lative session, yes 692, no 786 ; oleomar
garine, yes 691. no 1052; single tax. yes
251, no 1353 ; term of officers, yes 782,
no 742; Portland port, yes 561, no 764;
anti-compulsory vaccination yes 685, no
918, interest rate, yes 222, no 1399 ; bird
refuge, yes 836. no 828; divided session,
yes 454. no 957; state market, yes 389,
no 990. .
: UMATILLA
Pendleton. Nov. 3. Complete returns
from 28 precincts in Umatilla county
give Harding 1898, Cox 1258, Watklns
38. Debs 50. William Cox 17, Chamber
lain 1430', Hayes 32, Slaughter 35, Stan-
. . .pan . . S n V n m QT? Qln.
JlLiAJUAlU iis. Knxor 2600. Sears 97. Upton
Klamath Fafls. Nov. 3. IndlcaUons ,Ka nimarearin. ves 1020. no 1141 ;
rrom incomplete returns snow mat etan- 8jnge tax, yea 220, no 2021 ; county oi
field wiU carry the county for senator ln,rl term, yes 2090. no 300; port con-
by a substantial majority. leolidation yes 620, no 960; anti-vaccina-
Klamath FalteTTJov?.: - Incomplete on.y,!0' 1FLZ2, IT.
returns give aruing. oua , vjox, i ; iftft- -, - aftn; r amAmi M.lti. 685.
SUnfield, 307 ; , Chamberlain, 234 ; I Sin- "w-w,, . IX 7 son.' t,i
.tt m.innh.n in l,M
I1206L.
GILLIAM
Nov. 3, Complete
J
LANE ; .
jsugene. mov. 3. ueiayed ana incom-1 nrtAnn ComnleU returns
plete returns from 52 precincts of Lane 1(l of 20 precincts in Gilliam
county show, Harding 4474, Cox 2300 ; -ounty rive Stanfield 671 and Chamber-
county ticket Barnard. Republican. 4090: -
Bown, Democrat, 2625. Edwards. Demo-J Condon, Or., Nov. 3. Complete returns
crat. for Bherlff, 3222; Stickes. Repub-1 from two precincts in Gilliam county
Mean, 3568. On the city ticket, Peterson, gtv Harding Z09, cox vaiina .
nwlMtlon for mavor. runs behind Slat- Debs 3: Chamberlain 160, Hayes 3,
with1! vta nf 117 tn Mn I Slaughter 2. StaAfield 102 ; Svenson . 1,
compilation on measures. ! j Graham 4B, Sinnott 213, Koser 260, Sears
iu, -upton ; jui -eviuvu
Harris 175. McBride 172; Hawley 115,
LINCOLN Ivon Behren 6. Corey 187 ; compulsory
Toledo Or. Nov. 3. Complete returns votine. ves 67. no 173; regulating leg-
from six J precincts in Lincoln county j lslative session, yes 92, no 109 ; oleo-
Cive. Harding 478, Cox 223 ; Chamber- margarine, yes 97, no lis; single tax, yes
Iain 238. Stanfield 387 : Hawlev 138. Tal- 29. no 195 : county officers' terms, yes
bert 41 ; Bennett 102. Buchtel 320,- New- 107, no 109 ; port consolidation, yes 91,
man 8: compulsory votinsr. Yes 100. No no 94: anti-comnulsory, yes 39, no 187;
191; regulating legislative sessions. Test interest rate, yes 34, no 195; Roosevelt
94, No 182 ; oleomargarine, Tes 140, , No bird refuge, yes 63, no is ; amaea ses-
129 ; single tax. Yes 60, No 204; county sion, yes 68, no 107 ; market commission.
officers' term. Yea 160. No 119: oort i ves 48. no 126.
consolidation. Yes 191, No 178 ; anti-1 In the above precincts the following
compulsory vaccination. Yes 140, no 165 ; I county officers were elected: J. W.
Interest rate. Yes 122 ; no 277 ; Roosevelt Llllie. sheriff; Mrs. Jean K. rorter,
bird refuge. Yes 160, no 187; divided ses-l school superintendent, these two being
sion. Yes 178. no 277 : market commla- I the only ones with opposition. A meas-
sion. Yea 200, No 265.
WASHINGTON
Hillsboro, Or., Nov. 8. Thirty-five out
of 45 precincts complete, unofficial, give
Mardlng 1200 , majority. Stanfield has
855 majority over Chamberlain. Figures
not obtainable, but Port or Portland
measure la supposed to have carried and
the S per cent interest measure badly
defeated..
HHlsboro. Or-- Nov. 3. Three precincts
In this city, incomplete, give; Harding
22, Cox 13 ; Chamberlain 20, Stanfield 23.
.; i
Forest Grove. Or.. Nov. 3. Complete
returns from two precincts in this city
give Harding 275, Cox 116, Watklns 14,
Debs 6, 'William Cox 7; Chamberlain
140, Hayes 6, Slaughter 8. Stanfield 241;
Hawley 220. Talbert 14 ; Koser 80S.
Sears 14, Upton 2 ; Bean 184 Benson
268, Harris 265, McBride; 278 ; Bennett
82. Buchtel 233, Newman ( 7 ; compulsory
vote, yes 61, no 202 ; regulaUng legisla
tive sessions, yes 134, no izi ; oleomar
garine, yes 61, no 202; single tax, yes
54 no 117 : county officers' term, yes 153,
no 144; port consolidation, yes 136, no
lus; anu-compuisory vaccination, yra .
no 259 ; interest yrate, yes 44, no 259 ;
TtiSojtv.It bird refuare. ves 94. no 154 : di
vided session, yes 118, no 1311 market
commission, yes 80 no 198.
, WALLOWA
Enterorise.' Or iNov. 3. Incomplete
returns from four precincts in Wallowa
eounty give : Harding 47, Cox . 84 ;
Chamberlain 43. Stanfield 39; port con
Bolldation. yes 29. no 29 : interest ttlu.
yes 18, no 30; market commission, yes
19, no 33. . r
C Johnson for district at-
defeated J.
torney. -
Gold Beach, Nov, 3. Incomplete re
turns from 10 precincts in Curry county
give, Harding 410, Cox 163, Debs 42;
Chamberlain 212, Hayes 7, Slaughter 49,
Stanfield 326, Svenson - 4 ; Hawley 461,
Talbert 70 ; Koser 391. Sears 59; Upton
38 ; Hawley 319; Von Behren 64 ; Bennett
180, Buchtel 342, Newman 61; compul
sory voting, yes 127, no 322; regulating
legislative session, yes 184, no 157 ; oleo
margarine, yes 198, no 164; single tax.
yes 90, no 329 ; . county officers' term,
yes 202. no 198; port consolidation, yes
107, -r.o sio; anii-rompuisory vaocina-
tion. yes 127, no 280 ; Interest rate, yes
81, no 294 ; I Roosevelt bird refuge, yes
192, no 215 ; divided session, yes 103, no
258; market; commission, yes 135, no 244.
fetur
i DESCHUTES
Bend, Nov. 3. Incomplete, returns
from -11 precincts in Deschutes county
give Harding 633, Cox 398. Watklns lL
Debs 69, William Cox 13; Chamberlain
646, Hayes 10, Slaughter 38, Stanfield
422, Svenson 14; Graham 234, Sinnott
608 ; -TCozerj 745, Sears 67," Upton 78;
Bean 628, Benson 596, Harris 669; Mc
Bride 574 ; Hawley 646, Von Behren 90;
Corey 636 ; compulsory voting, yes 247,
no 275 ;- regulating ' legislative sessions.
yes 293, no 291 ; oleomargarine,- yes 323,
no 269 ; single tax, yes 147. no 426 ; coun
ty officers' term, yes 269, no 277 ; port
Consolidation, yes 268, no 206; anti-com
pulsory vaccination, yes 237, no 387: in
terest rate. ; yes 150. no 444 : Roosevelt
bird refuge, yes 3l6,no 281; divided ses
sion, yes 191. no 270 ; market commission,
yes 219, no 1295. . ..( .
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. I DOUGLAS
Roseburg,! Or., Nov. 3. Forty-seven
precincts out of 59 in Douglas county
WHEELER '
Fossil, Nov. 8. Complete returns from
six precincts In Wheeler county give
Harding 618, Cox 154 ; Chamberlain 238,
Stanfield 615 ; Graham 62, Sinnott 412 ;
Kozer 450 ; Bean 389, Benson 359, Harris
860, McBride 367 J Brown and Van Win
kle leading; Hawley 880 ; present county
Officers elected with no opposition ; com
pulsory voting, yes 95, no 324; regulat
ing legislative sessions, yes 147, no 198;
oleomargarine, yes 179, no 182 ; single
tax, yes 35, no 366; terms of county of
ficers, yes 224, no 163 ;, Portland dock.
yes 213, no 130;' antl-compulsory vacci
nation, yes 284, no 61; interest rate, yes
61, no 264; Roosevelt bird refuge, yes
106, no 263; divided session, yes 89, no
233; state market commission, yes 131,
no 201 ; for stock running at Jarge 246,
against stock running at large 180; for
change in county boundary 60, against
change In county boundary 439.
SHERMAN
Moro, Or., Nov. 3. Eight precincts out
of 11 in Sherman county give Harding
659 Cox 642 ; Chamberlain 426. Stanfield
- r . ,on. in nntir riivi.inn tina 536; single tax. yes 48. no 517 ; interest
rata, yes 65, no 640 1 port conaolidation.
yes 886, no 176. :
JIARNEY "
Burns, Nov.- .3. - Incomplete returns
from 16 precincts in Harney- county give
Harding , 203, Cox 187, Walking 0,: Jeba
5, William. Cox 0 ; Chamberlain tit'.
Hayes S, Slaughter 3. Stanfield .187.
Svenson Zy Graham 53, Sinnott 123 ;
Koser 176 : Sear 14, Upton 12 ', Bean
134. Benson 150, Harris 130, McBride 1J ;
Hawley 153, Von Behren . 17 ; Corey 183;
compulsory voting, yes 62, no 176 ; regu
lating legislative sessions, yes4 V so
107 ; oleomargarine, yea 90, no 160 ; sin
gle tax, yes .49, no 156; county officers'
term, yes 111, no 115 ; port consolidation,
yes 97. no 86; anti-vaccination, "yea 26,
no 109; interest rate, yes 43,. no 208;
divided session, 72, no 101 ; market com
mission, yes 67, no 139.
JACKSON
Medford, Or., Nov. 8. Thirty-two pre
cincts complete out of 56 in Jackson
county give Chamberlain 1633, Stanfield
1630 ; Harding 1984, Cox 1139.
' GRANT :-
Canyon City, Or., Nov. 3. Complete
returns from 16 precincts in Grant coun
ty give : Harding 627, Cox 185; Cham
berlain 640, Ktanneid B5i.
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. i LAKE
Lakeview, Or4 Nov. 8. Incomplete re
turns from five precincts in Lake county
give : Harding 104. Cox 24 ; Chamberlain
82, Stanfield 89 ; Graham 49, Sinnott 158 ;
Kozer 104, sears 5. '
Albany,
IilWrf COUNTY
Or., Nov. 8. Incomplete re-1
turns from 22 precincts In Linn county
give. Harding 729, Cox 455 ; Chamber-
lain 614, Stanfield 662. j
Albany, Nov. S.-Incomplete returns
from 11 precincts in Linn give Harding :
184. Cox 101; Chamberlain 134, Stanfield.
154; port consolidation, yes 47, no 15;
interest bill, yes 6. no 7 ; market com
mission, yes 15, no 48.
MALHEUR
Ontario,; Or., Nov. 3. Fifteen precmcts
complete in Maineur county give stan
field 982. Chamberlain 867. Chamberlain
carried the city of Ontario. -
Vale,,, Or Nov. ,!.-:ompleta returns
from two : precincts in Malheur county
give Harding 266, Cox 98. Watklns 8.
Debs 27, William Cox 1; Chamberlain
137, Stanfield 223. Hayes 3, Slaughter 15,
Svenson 1 ; Graham 85, Sinnott 259 ;
Koser 289. Sears 40. Upton 6 ; Bean 268.
Benson 265, Harris 256, McBride 256:
Hawley 265, Von Behren 36 ; Corey 252 ;
compulsory voting, yes 102, no 177 ; reg
ulating legislative session, .ves 138, no
xiv , oKvniuiino yca( no, no xau ; sin
gle tax, yes 41, no 210 ; county officers'
term, yes J46, no 111 ; port consolidation, I
yes i4, no 79 ; anu-compuisory vaccina-
tloiu yes 96. no 189 ; interest rate, yes 39,
no 238; Roosevelt bird refuge, yes 100.
no 174; divided session, yes 82. no 14;
mantel commission, yes 78. no 170. .
I MARION ,
Salem, Or.r Nov. 3. Eighteen precincts
complete out of 74 in Marion county give
Harding 1689, Cox 834. Watklns 96. Debs !
62, William Cox 14; Chamberlain 1135,
Hayes 68v Slaughter 67, Stanfield 1382.
Svensen 48; Bailey 111. Coshow 71, Van
Winkle 293 ; Bennett 618, Buchtel 1477,
Newman 99 ; Hawley 993. Talbert 124 :
Koser 1124, Sears 65. Upton 51 ; compul
sory voting, yes oi, no 1659 ; .eglslative
session, yes 486, no 1389 ; oleomargarine,
yes 692, no 1381 ; single tax. yes 260, no
I ' l r V y '
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; '. CROOK . .
Prineville, . Nov. 8. Complete returns
from 11 precincts In Crook county give
Harding 638. Cox 851; Chamberlain 651,
' Stanfield 396; complete from three pre
cincts, Graham 150, Sinnott 411; Koser
. 483 ; compulsory voting, yes 133. no 185 ;
regulating legislative sessions, yes 239.
"no 259 ; oleomargarine, yes 223. no 80S ;
single tax. yes 115, no 470 ; county off 1-
cers' terms, yes 307,; no 247; port con-
- solldation, yes 237, no 216 ; anti-compul
sory vaccination, yes 197, no 282 ; interest
.rate, yes 85,- no 497 Roosevelt .bird
refuge, yes 131, no 366 ; divided session,
yes, 162, no 81?-; market commission.
yes 211, no 280. ; ,).
CURRY .
Marshfield. Nov. 3. Stanfield Is re
. ported to have carried Curry county by
a majority of 115 votes. Harding Is
four or five to one against Cox. Stearns
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