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LATE COUNT GUTS
LEAD OF JOHNSON
(Continued Irom page 1.)
by the lemoc'rats against .Harvey O.
Starkweather by a vote of nearly two
to one. Returns from 245 precincts
complete in Multnomah county, and
the scattering returns from IS coun
ties other than Multnomah, gave
Chamberlain &.154; Starkweather
Chamberlain' lead of approxi
mately two to one was maintained 'n
returns from every county thus far
Representatives C. N. McArthur.
,V. C. Hawleyaqd N. J. Sinnott were
all renominated on the Republican
ticket. In the contest for the Demo
cratic nominatloa for representative
from the third district between Dr,
Esther PohrLevejojr and Tts. Alex
ander Thompson the former was
leading by 614 votes, which had
beerticounted in 243 Drecincta com
plete out of 403 io Multnomah coun
ty. -sThe vote was Lovejoy 2.7 &0;
The fuller count of the ballots has
not changed th general situation as
to other candidates. .,
y Koier III Lend.
The race' for secretary of state was
decided on the early returns, Sam
Kozir -piling up a big lead pver his
I opponents. Fred Lockley ran second,
wlth-less than half the votes given
Koier, v, with Jones. ; Schulderman,
Parsons, Wood and Coburri running
In the race in the order named.- This
vote la 18. counties including 122
. precincts in Multnomah county gave:
Kozer 7099 -Lockley- 3432: Jones
2600; Schulderman 24i; Parsons
2106; Wood 1S2 r; Coburn ISrtS.
Fred ti. ttuchtel was running far
ahead of Edward M. Cou3ins in the
race for the Republican -nomiuat ion
Tor public service' commissioner.. Re
turns from seven counties in the west
side districts gave: Buchtel 8s!;
Mr. Buchtel led in every one of the
counties reporting, his lead in Mult
nomah county on the basis of complete-reports
from 122 precincts "be
ins 5921 to 2258.
II. II. Corey also apparently was
nominated to the public service com
mission from. the Eastern regon dis
trict, his vote being consistently
ahead of Luper on scattering re
State. Measures Tarry.
Every state measure on the ballot
i n "
mr. X . ft
t Alder a 10th ' Street
Th3 most homelike hotel la Port
land. All" Oregon Electric train
atop at the SEWARD.
Rates $1 and p, With private
bath f 1.50 and op . .
on constitutional amendments and
referred measures carried by safe
majorities. The millage tax for the
University of Oregon. Oregon Agri
cultural college and state normal
school went over by a vote of three
to one on the basis of returns from
17 counties. " The elementary school
tax measure was carried by even a
, The measure to restore capital
punishment' seemed in djubt for a
time because of an adverse vote in
Multnomah county, but ; this ' was
more than wiped out by the upstate
vote, and on the basis of the returns
from 17 counties there was a lead of
3300 tor the measure.
The vcte in 17 counties including
162. precincts complete in- Multnomah
coounty was as follows:
Road bond amendments Yes, 1&.
&39; No, .5.905.
Capital' punishment -Yes, 15,827;
- Successor to governor Yes, 15,
920; No. 8,974. -
Higher education aid Yes, 22,
651; No. 7.273.
Soldier's educational aid Yes 14.
612; No, 7,969.
Elementary school tax Yes, 24.
479; No. 6.2t.
Blind school tax Yes, 21,801;
TO MEXICO CITY
Carranza Family Privileged
to Conducting Private
MEXICO CITY. May 22 The body
of V. Carranla1 i due to arrive in
Mexico City this evening. The fix
other victims of the attack of May
2t have been buried at the set ne of
Permijxion has been1 granted rela
tives of the late president for the
private interment of his body. Thee
include his daughters. Julia and Yir
ginia. the latter the wife of tleneral
Candido Aguilar. v
There is still nncertainty retard
ing the names of Carranza's comian
ions who were killed. It is lelieel.
however, that thy w;ere Genen.l
Francisco "Murgula, General Francis
co I'riulzo. under secretary of war
and marine; Luis I ta brer a. secretary
of the treasury and bis brother. Al
fonso Cabrera, governor of Puebla:
Manuel Agulrre tterlapga, secretary
of the interior and General Pilar
WOOD LEADS ' JOHNSON
.(Continued irom page 1.)
- EL'GENE, Or., May; 22. Ninety
four precincts complete out of 98 ia
Lane county, gave the following to
tals for president:
Hoover. 865; Johnson, 1842; Low
den. 669; Wood, 2556.
Ninety-four precincts complete
out of 9S in Lane county give for
secretary of- state ; Coburn 326;
Jones 460; Koxer-1181; Lockley.
403; Parsons 2229; Schulderman
10; Wood 409. .:. .
MEDFORD. Or.. May 22. With
only 11 precincts missing out of 56
in Jackson county, the vote on the
president stands: Wood 1314 ; John
son 774;MIoover 48Sj Lowden 192.
The Stateman's Classified :
Ads. Bring Results
Wrightman for delegate to the. na
tional convention from the first dis
trict and accorded -Wa'lter 1. Too.e,
Jr., of McMlnnville a handsome vote
for the second man to represent the
district. Doth men probably are win
ners in- the district.
Steelhammer is an easy winner for
assessor and Rigdon has a substan
tial majority over Clough for Coro-
In the vote on measures Marion
county has swatted the bill changing
the succession to the governorship
from the secretary of state to the
president of the senate, the higher
educational tax bill and the soldiers
educational aid measure. All have
passed according to state returns.
Marion county Democrats have ex
pressed a choice for George E. Cham
berlain over Harvey G. Starkweather
for United States senator by a de
cisive vote. Starkweather is the ad
Keiurns rompiete irom 66 pre
cincts give: i
Republican llallot: . ..
For delegate at large Hoyd 1633
LPutler, l.7; Cameron: 1217; Carey
160o; Compton. 1732? Harriso
1080; Hickey. 846; Kolock. 535;
McDonald. 1644;' MacLean. 1441;
Marls. 8S8; McCamant, 1907; Olson,
1810; Rand. 1598; Stewart. 1784.
Delegate, first district Adaras
2074; Booth, 1571; Kendall. 1035;
Teoze, 2778; Wrightman. 3204.
Secretary of s:aie Coburn. 236;
Jones. r7.V; Kozr. '
"i3; Pars jus. 4;
:: 1 77; ciu4ii. i
lt present a ie - ltu lie. Il3;
Ma-y. :'7; lavnl-ui.
1 1 ucbes. JSpi- Kav. ii 7 : K-ln-r.
!".; LniMK-y. 2527:. Martin.- r 1 .
I'eriy. 277::. Hlpps. !!':. Vaton.
'1221; W eks. isstt; riKhlmiii
1;U3; .oVll. l.'i.S.
Asfesixir JineM. 1145- Steelham-
inr. 27.S1-.; Went. 21"2. 1
Curuner Uigdun. 31 so; Cloupch.
IH-Ierate at larv;o l'aldwln. 172.
Crawford, 706;- Dane. 370; Haney.
21; Harry. 39; Hidden. 475; Hol
luan, 3..S; Montague.- tSZ; Purdy,
t42: Keldy. 2os; Schuyleuian. 443;
Deegate. Jirst disulct Down
ing. 776; Frailer, 560; Travis. 451;
Waugh. 113; Wnltehora, 199; Wort
Elector Gavin. 774; llayter. S9I:
Hedfund. ?: Miller. Ull; Reames
S..0; Watkins. fc5.
Senator Chamberlain. S.".9.
Emending eminent domain Yes
4.I- : no 2 1J.
Four per cent bonded limitation
Yes 3922; no 340.
Restoring capital punishment
Ye 41 71; no ::2.
Crook and Curry county bonding
amendment Yes 2S72; no 224.
Succesiwr to governor Yes 3313;
Higher educational tax act Yes
323; no 4 I !...
Service men's educational bill
Yea 3229: i o 4093.
Elementary school fttnd bill Ye
4353; no 3232.
iiiinu scnoul tax measure tes.
9f9; no 326$.
It is no longer a Question with the
g As Jo VWfll it do -the Work?" That' question has been fully settled the ques
y tion is deliveries
This is the powerful
I On this truck, but you must act now! As the season advances we shall have to
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. book ordersand deliver as received. You cannot afford to delay and not have a
truck when needed - . l .
Don't Fail to Hear,Mr. R. C Kroh
. ; ' Subject Modern Fanning
Under Auspices of Salem Commercial Club, Armory, Tuesday 8 p. m.
This is a lecture no Progressive Farmer can afford to miss
I 'alley MoiorEb.
Wapato, Miss Mason and
Ramdey Are Student Choice
The Willamette university student
body elected members of the fortnsic
council for next rear in a meetinc
yesterday. Only students who bad
won their "W in oratory or debate
during this year were eligible. Taul
Waiato was thus the only candidate
;or election on the grounds of having
won a "W In oratory. However.
there were eight debaters to choose
from. A vote of the student body
was taken and -Pl Wapato. Myrtle
Mason and Bernard Ramsey were
elected.. ... -
Penalty For Germany's In
volving World In Great- '
IWHIS. Mty 22. France ! to r-rt-ive
5.. per cent of Germany In
demnity. t;reat Mritaln 25 per cent
and the ' remainder is to be divided
iKMween Itelglam. Italy and Serbia.
Premier Mlllerand told the finance
and foreign affairs committee of the
chamber of deputies today In eiplaln
lng hi recent con versa,! Kins wl'h
Prtmler Ioyd George at Hylhe. The
proportinnji to Le allotted to "ranee
ond Great llritaln. he declared, had
been agreed on by the peace confer
ence. M. Millerand stated that the rate
and Germany of the 120.00.000.ei0
mark indemnity she was to pay ha
not been Uetermmeu nut ne ueievj
t would not be less than 3 per ceut
plus a one per rent redeeming rate
for the holders of gold bond which
Germany mnt Issue.
The indemnity, he said, would e
exc-lnylve of the coal delivered to
Knince and of the romw-tlll Ion for
levaslatel mUic and for cattle d--
ytroyed or stolen daring the war.
Minnesota Tornado Toll
One Dead and Ten Injured
ST. PAl'L. Minn.. Mav 22. One
person dead, and more man iu in
jured was the toll of two tornadoes
that late today swept Castle Rock.
Minn., a town of 200 population. Q
miles south of here, and a ftrlp of
countryside near Red Wtng. Minn.
Five persons were 'Injured at Cat
tle Rock when a number of building
were struck, while the second storm
wrecked tha farm home of Godfrey
Swanson. near Red Wing, killing hit
11-months-old son and Injuring
Swanson. his wife and her sister.
Barn buildings In northern Stole
county and southeastern Rice county
-nlfr elterf ioii.-a ! a ppnur- K-wl nt haj
maHy $lw.a west for I . i .--1 evere. with
iWUin and professional baer Mlilau
.ii n of th rlirU.
Srrtel biddma. her. fcet tb
ofivr f I'Ue ol the frm-r
'r cartttl ivory b-er mot 0-m lh
ItW Aid K llfeftM,
nc h-. i hr leader Moatk . t
a ltn w hrd and thm tv wt
tL-n in ir.w at for lr:tJ. a -
kiiwr'l I.. whre a pre -! t..it ai:i i
M-;i- for 4 reiaptt'n .
taa ijii balan at Vlunk-hf It 4 ' h JIM ta At-rul a tM a fi .
m.ikui Uy I'jiui llltjck. an a4ertilar f-d Antiku'i rap artia
mua. f.ir a piate purrhatw-r. lie Tr;fir4 lpion' Shrtrk IV.
paid 2n for It. and after the lj Tbf prn(t.i) will U.-tiit. o!f a.
announced that he had been lai im -I- j port la U.ut iro d aat'i mCl
to let tt art away ander
Nation-Wide Freight Jam
Shows Some Improvement
WASHINGTON. May :2. The
edge apparently hia been broken off
the nation-wide freight Jam throacta
Joint efforts of the railroad, the in
terstate commerce fommli!oo and
Advices tonight from the principal
conceptions showed slight and ton-
tinned decline la the number of load
ed cars awaltina movement, while re
ports to the American realruad as
sociation indicated a general public
awakening to the need of thorough
co-operation If the blockade was to
be lifted. Thla. with draatle steps
taken by the government in ordiriaf
complete disregard of routing and
the swift exchange of equipment, was
counted as "a starter."
te toar-t! Io llrtviwl lmnirv
All hands on loth boai ets4
Io feel that the arrtdeat raatte at 4
opportune time a&d that a r-ilae
ran h (lare oa ba.lt-p ooAa
Firemen's Wage Demands
"Unjust and Exorbitant"
CHICAGO. Jiay 52. AaaertUg
that wax demands of railroad fire
men were "Jst and esorbltant-- rl
T. Whiter, represent atlve of the as
sociation of railway executive, told
the railway 'labor board today t hit
the Increases woald add from 7.to
1317 a month to firemen pay.
He raid the Increases aaked by the
lire men ranged Iron 31 to 94 per
rent, which .be said wowld advance
wages from "an average of I1S7
m nth to a minimum of SZtf aud
tnatlranm of f 15.04.
He opposed the payment of time
and a half for overtime and Sanaa f
work on the groand that "uf h work
could not be avoided.
Heavy Fighting Reported
on the PoUsh Border
WARSAW. Msy 51. Mt, Bol
shevik attacks have been rpa's4 la
the last 24 howrs on a float of Jo
kilometer, aer online to the Pc;
official cornman'catioa. wkirk a4:
Tbe RoUhevlkl are trylac hjei U
break the Polish defease. The f iVu
Inchaa ben especially ever.att
the upper Rereiaa. which the rX
have not erowd.
Women Mission Workers
f ' to Assemble This Week
The Oregon' branch of the W.-
man-' Home and Foreign Missionary
society or the United Kvanglical
church will hold Its 17th annnal
convention In thia city during Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday of th
coming weelr. It
Rev. C. Newton Dubs, pioneer mis
sionary of the VtA ted-Evangelical de
nomination who has spent some 20
years in- active mtssionanr work in
China will be present, giving address
en on Wednesday evening. Thursday
forenoon. afternoon and evening.
An Invitation to be present Is extend
ed to all friends who are interested
la thaoause-of utsaions. The ad
uressee of Dr.-Dubs, t:ts said, will
be especially Interesting and help.'ul.
Treasury Opposes Plan
To Apply Bonds on Taxes
WASHINGTON. May 22. The
treasury's opposition to any plan by
which Liberty Bonds would be ac
cepted In payment of federal taxes
was expressed tonight In a letter
from Assistant Secretary Leffingwell
to a correspondent. Mr. Leffingwell
declared that such a program would
force the treasury to replace by
fresh borrowing money which It
would have received In taxes.
The acceptance of bonds In tax
payments. Mr. Leffingwell said
would merely mean that the long
term debt would be decreased while
the short term or floating debt which
is made up of treasury certificates of
Indebtedness would be Increased cor
fespondlngly. He believed this would
also have a deterrent effect on Lib
erty Bond quotations.
Preparing for Tacomas
Motor Car Racing Classic
TACOMA. Wash., May 32. To se
lect from 10 to IS drivers for the
1920 motor car racing classic at the
Tacoma speedway on July S. W. C
I'.aldwln. president o( tn Tacoma
association, is en route to Indian
apolis, it was announced here to
night. Baldwin will witness the Me
morial day events at " Indianapolis
and returning will bring- several car
loads of machines, drivers and me
chanicians. Directors of the Tacoma
speedway have announced purse of
I2S.O00 for the 22S-ralle race. Ta
coma busmesa men recently sun-
scribed 1100.000 to build new
grandstand with a seating capacity
of 13,000 persons. The 1)20 events
will be the ninth annual program at
Yacht Resolute Loses
Mast in Tuning Up Race
NEW HAVEN ConnC Tlsy 2?.
Re solute's hollow wooden mast
crumbled up today as ,the Herrea
hoff boat was finishing the first
ro ind of her first taning up race
with Vanltle. and with a crash rnaJL
pars, sails and rigging went over
the starboard bow. Vanities, which
waa two minutes astern, came up In
to the wind and a'ter ascertaining
that no one was injured, bore up the
As soon as the wreckage of the
Are You a
The New Fnel
ilde From Coal OU
No rmokf, no rbr, do toct,
' ' just 'beet -
Would be pleased to Vive yea a
. . demonstration-la yewr haa .
Demonstrations dally at 3T7
0X0 GAS HEATDtG CO.
Ex-Kaiser's Hangings Co
' at Low Prices at Auction
NEW YORK. May 22. Americans j
today evinced do great determination
to become possessors of articles once
belonging to ex-kalser Wllhelm.
Seven lots of gold embroidered
hangings from the throne room of
the imperial palace at Berlin were
knocked down under the auctioneer's
hammer here today for only f SOS.
The gorgeous hanalngt. embroid
ered with Imperial Prussian eagle,
brought a mere f3 to I7S each, or
about IS.CS for each 'royal bird. The
All Weather Cord Tires, 32x4 in stock
Lloyd E. Ramsden
387 Court Street
Must Explain Campaign
Expenditures to Senate
WASHINGTON. Mav 22. A dozen
men actively en paced in pre con
veutloit campaigns of Republican and
Democrat!" presidential aspirants
had direction" today from the senate
jnvestigatln ee-mmittee to be here
Monday to explain expenditures and
from whom the money was obtained.
Some already have r esponded.
Frank P. Hitchcock, former pot
master general and active leader In
the cahTaln to nominate Major
General Leonard Wood, and Bernard
M. Baruch. former chairman of th?
war industries board, called as a re-
preserKativ of William G. McAdoo,
were include! in Ihe number.
While !h ir answers were nof
anions thoe which reached Chair
man Kenyan, i. Kmerwn. repre
senting Governor Ixiwden of Illinois
Angus Mejsween for Senator Johnson
11. H. More for Governor Cox. 11. M.
!augherty for Senator Harding and
Howard M. Rice for Senator Poin-
dexter. agre.-nl to appear.
inairman Kenyon sain the com
mittee wras prepared to conclude the
i investigation before the June con
American Legion Adds
Half Million Members
INDIANAPOLIS. May 22. Esti
mates based on Incomplete reports
from all parts ot the country received
here tonight Indicate that the Ameri
can LefcJojv has added between 4 00.
000 and half a million new members
to Its rolls In the nation-wide mem
bership, campaign or the past week.
The final check will be made on
New Tork. Texan. California. Vir
ginia. Ohio. Illinois and Pennxrlvanla
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