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TJIE EASJ OREGOIUIAN IS
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Number p( copier printed of yesterday'
Thl oaper i a mrmw ol tr.d audited
by to Audit Bureau of Circulation.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
HARDING VOTE SWELLED
Oregon Not Only Endorses Re
publican Nominee With Al
most 2 to 1 rviajority but
Promises Aid of Congress.
behind by near 5000
Incomplete Returns From 35
Counties Show Standing
of 32,455 Against 27,582;
Three G. 0. P. Representa
tives. PORTLAND, Nov. . 3. (U. p.)
Oregon not only gave Hardin a hand
om majority which may rrach 4(v
000, but will aupport him with a aollri
r publican congressional delegation id
complete returna today Indicate.
fuKTLAND, Nov. Z.iV. P.) In
complete return from SC countle give
eianileld, 32.406 and Chamberlain
PORTLAND, Nov, S (A. P.)
Eight hundred precincts Rive Hard
ing 4.J81 and Cox ' 26.SXO. 8c-ven
hundred and nlnety-nlue precinct give
Chamberlain 1S.T22 and Statifleld 40,-
PORTLAND, Ore.. Nov. i. lV. P.)'
Incomplete roturua frtu- all auut)-,,
tie give tManfleld il Hit. Chamber
lain, JI.U. ..
McArthur I leading Lovcjoy 11,164
to 844.. ...
llnrtllng Margin 1'lj
I ORTLAND. Nov.. I. A. P.l--lx.
hun Ired seventy oven preclncta In
Oregon give llttrdlng J2,&4 end Cox
IJ.iUa.. Por the enahiruhlp 61 lre
rlnccta give BtanfleUI ,!! and
Chamberlain 26,174. Hawlry Ik elet teii
congreniman for the flint dlxtrtm and
8lnnnott for the aecond. In the third
district 140 precinct Rive McArthur
I'l and Dr. Lnvejoy
td l Maliituliird
PORTLAND, Novt S. C. P.)
Hanflcld I Wading Chamberlain by
27,693 tf 27.45:.
Thrro U. (). P. CXxgrroniinn
PORTLAND. Nov. 3.HU P.)
Oregon yealerday returned three re
publican congreanmeti. lluwlcy In the
first and Klnnott In the wmnd district
were enay vlctora. MrArth'ir I lead
ing Lnvejoy hy 4J to HO. M.
Ttircei M''n' Pael.
PORTLAND, Nov. . (U. P.) In
complete stato returna Indicate adop
tion of a nieiuture providing lengthen
ing of the term of county officer, the
jiort consolidation bill, the measure
for lengthening the legislative scnsImii
and defeat of th other eight ineu
urea,., , , . . .
Scattering' return indicate I. 1'
Van Wlnklo n elected attorney goner
aL ' , '
, JIayor Itakrr Hrtitrm-d.
Maj'or Baker of I'ortlanil waa re
elected by apparently a three to ih
vote over hla closest rival. lord"n
Commissioner Barber and Munn were
Majority Arc Killed.
PORTLAND, Nov. J. (A. P.)
i Three hundred prednct 'n -vnte
the oleomargortne bill. Yes 8815;
No, 17,466; single tax, Yes 6iiti4 '
20,035; the bird refuge bill. Yea 13 -174,
No, 14.130; the dock coininiKK on.
Ye, li2.714, No, U.788; antl-vacclim-tloli,'
Ye 8913, Xo 111,4 13; legal rate
of Interest, Yes 0031, No 23,804; di
vided legislature. Ye 8SH0. No 1 4.109;
market bill. Yes 8613, No 17.960.
Orrw tioes a to I
POBTIAND, Nov. 3. (A. P.)
Haiuitig cjirrled the slate by about
two to one.; Return from 609 pre
cinct give Harding 27 205; Cox 14 f.40,
Wat kins 126. Deb 023, Cox 73. Stan- '
tield is leading for the senate Re
turn from 611 precincts give KIb"
flold 21,865; Chamberlain 18,605;
Hlatighter 749; Hays ll7;Kvonmn 104.
In the contest for secretary of state,
131 precincts glvo Kor.or 10088, Boar
947; Upton 902. For public tervlce
. oommisslon, 108 western precincts
aiv Bennett 3042, Buchtol 6181,
Newman 893. For the supreme conn
vacancy. 88 precincts give Justice
, Brown 2385; W. O. McCarthy of Port-
1 STor attornoy general, 83 precincts
g.. .u.i ...ih llJ; lialley, 696.
Coahow 106. Johnson 28. For the
amendments, 134 precincts gave oleo,
yea 3620 no 7106; alngle tax, yea
.3112, tin, 80K5: hlrd refugo, yes 67-37,
.' no 8010. From 227 precinct the dock
j cnmnilss'on result was, yea 6758, No
, -6465: antl-vacclnation. ye 4827, no
' 10,469: legal rate of Interest, ye 2663.
' .no 12 890; divided legislature, yea
- 4851. No 7Sli market act, ye 4568,
THE ONLY INLAND EMPIRE
I , 1 - J fi
' ' '
L'tlcr disregard of advance predic
tion In some precinct were bn lanced
ty marvelous consistency in others in
the general election returns of yester
day received up to IIiIb afternoon at
ihe clerk's office. The general victory
if the republican ticket over the coun
ty was punctured hero and there hy
heavy majorities for this or that demo
cratic candidate, while Ihe fa to of the
various initiative ami referendum mea
iures wns sealed In many precincts by
i straight vote of no on all 12.
I'recjncts In the south of the county,
from Pilot Itoek to I'klnh, stood
igulnst the herd law and returned big
republican majorities. . Home of these
precincts wero 10 to 1 arrayed, against
?very measure on the ballot. .Terms
if county officers looked Just the SHpte
ii. the single tax proposal and both
went down by similar votes in these
stock raising regions. Again a precinct
would return a favorable majority for
nil tli9 measures save the two uefarious
x - J "''"A f&
NEWSPAPER GIVING ITS READERS THE BENEFIT OF DAlLf
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN,
A ? ;$,frJ
' " '
cues, single tax and lcsal Interest ratt
Sectionalism phoca tio small part In
the endorsement or rejection of can
didates. The cast end, 'where most
of the vote Is republican, turned out
strongly for .S. A. Miller, yet his run
ning mute, Frank Sloan, for represent
ative, had liare majorities over the
ceniociatlc candidates. J. H. Suylor,
of Kreewati'i', also in abend for coun
ty judge in most of the east end pre
find, although on tho democratic
Several precincts in that section,
hi ever, refused their support to It.
IK. Ueun, of t'maplmv repuhltean for
j co.inty commissioner, and gave It. E.
Anderson, democrat, of Pendleton, two
to one majorities in some instances. Un
toe other hand, Mr. Bean carried more
(Continued, on page 5.)
PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER
BY TWO TO ONE
VOTE OVER RUGG
Bond and Simpson Elected to
City Council in Contests; All
City Measures Carried by
V.'i.u returns complete from all
save In precincts 35 where the
count I still on, the race for may
or of Pendleton stands as staled
above. The partial count for the
: precinct 35 Is Included.
For councilman. Wlllard Pond
hits defeated Charles L. Bonney
in the north side ward, the vote
standing, Bond, 265, Bonnev. 227.
In the cast end ward, Robert
Simpson Is vlc:or over McUulley,
the vote being, Simpson, 183;
All the city nfeasures carried
by large majorities. The complete
count from precinct show tho
vote as follows:
Increase Water Script Yes,
'870;, No, 266.
Increase General Indebtedness
for Flro Equipment Yes, 892;
Ircrease Indebtedness Purchase
Block Yea. 811; No, 351.
Following is the detailed vote
unit of the Pendleton precinct:
(Continued on Page 4.)
SKATTU:. Nov. 3 (C. P.) Klot
iik iKcurred last nighUand early to
day In the village of Auburn follow-
ng the election returns that sounded
he political knell .of the radical ele
uont there. For several hour before
and after midnight a mnh of 50 alles
;'d radicals were reported to be raid
ing poolhalls and oustiug: peaceable
itizctis in - open defiance of Town
Marshal McCumber. -He telephoned
theSeattlc sheriff for help shortly aft-
r midnight. Two machines wiln
icavily armed deputies responded, but
'hnn ty rewel'ed Auburn all except
one of the alleged radicals had fled.
SENT TO WHfTE HOUSE
MARION, Nov. 3. (U. P.) Hard
ing awoke to find himself elected pres
ident of the United Slates by the larg
est majority ever given a presidential
candidate. He is the seventh native
Ohloan to bo elected president. A
were republicans. Harding will rest
today, Marion will Mane a big cele-
raiion In honor of the senator's clcc-
lon tomorrow night.
COX SENDS MESSAGE
AND PLEDGES SUPPORT
DAYTON, Nov. 3. (17. P.)
Governor' C x today sent his
congfuluUftions to Senator Hard
ing, thus formally conceding de
ieat. The messuisj) was as fol
lows: ' "In the spirit of America, I
accept the decision of the ma
jority and tender as the defeated
candidate my congratulation i
and my pledge as a cltinen of my
support to tho executive au
thority in whatever emergency
limM'VfU Wires Conliilite
HYDKPARK. N. Y., Nov. 3.
V. P.) Franklin D. Roosevelt,
democratic vice - pres'denttal
nominee, .sei the following mes
sage to Coolidge, the successful
"My sincere congratulations to
you. I trust that under .the ad
ministration of Mr. Harding and
yourself the nation will grow in
prosperity and In the unselfish
ideals of Americanism which up
prejudiced citizens of all parties
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS REPORTS
BY LATE RETURNS
HARDING HAS LEAD OF 1000
IN COUNTY; STANF1ELD LEADS
CHAMBERLAIN BY 93 VOTES
In 44 Precincts Houser Has Lead of 85 Votes Over Taylor;
Schannep Elected Judge; Bean, Commissioner; Keator,
District Atorney; Green, Superinendent.
Jtcpublicaii headquarter tills f
UTiiooii Had tlie following count cm
Jic vote of the county for siicriff ami
For senator, Man field 2SSO; Chain-
For sheriff, Houser 2625; Tajlor
Tlie summary of the 41 precinct
Stxcn below was oompilwt bf IM fiasH
Orrgouiau lartly from orficial re
turn mHinl at the court liouse and
ill lutrt from correisMideiits by tfh1
plione. All tle figures arc subjit-t
to religion for errors in trausmisKhm
Complete tabulated returns from 44
out of the 64 precincts of L'matilia
county show a majority of approxi
mately 1000 for Harding, while Cham
berlain and Btunfieid are close with
Ktanfleld Ui the lead by a margin of.
93 vote In those precincts. Houser In
those precincts shows a lead of 85
vote over Jinks Taylor, present sher
iff. Schannep has a strong lead for
county Judge and the same is true of
Sloan and Miller for representative.
n defeats Anderson for county
commissioner and District Attorney
Keator has a substantial majority over
S. A. Newberry. School superintend
ent Green has a majority of nearly 400
for re-election and Is apparently the
only Umatilla county democrat to sur
vive the landslide.
The following 1 the summary bf the
vot In 44 precinct on important con
tests .including the vote on the anti-
compulsory vaccination law and the
county herd law: ,
4 4 Precincts Complete.
Presidency Harding-Cooiidge 2926:
benator Chamberlain. 2310; Stau-
Congressman Grahan. r,50; Sin
Representative Miller, 2535; Sloan,
2335; Friedly, 1749, Lieuallen, 1694.
District Attornoy Keator. 2500
County Judge Saylor 1948; Schan
County Commissioner Andei
1819; Bean, 2442.
Sheriff Houser, 2097: Marin 697:
School Superintendent Green 2.-
Anti-Compulsory Vaccination Ye
U57; No, 1S39.
County Herd Law Yes, 2215; No
Tho following Is a summary of the
vote on the measures in 24 precincts
jof tho county:
Compulsory Voting Yes, 521; No
Kcgulatlug Legislative Sessions and
Pay Y'es. 623; No, 798.
Ulcomargerine Yes, 745; No, 805.
Single Tux Yos, 2 71;. No,. 142;
Terms of County Officers Yes 85i
No. 674. ,.
Portland Dock Commission Yes
560; No, 741.
Anti-Compulsory Vaccination Yes.
i60; No, 1013.
Legal Kale of Interest Yes, 206:
Roosevelt Bird Hcfugc Yes 579
Divided 1-cgit'ative Session Yes,
507; No, 854.
Market Commission Pill Yes,
County Herd Law Yes. 12Su
CABINET TALK TRAILS
WASHINGTON. Nov. 3 (L. P.)
Discussion of cabinet poss bilitics fol -
towed close on tho election of Hard
ing. Apparently well-founded re
ports named Klihu Root as tlie likely
secretary of state. Governor lowden
was mentioned as possible secretary
of commerce or head of the treasury
department. Hoover's name was
heard persistently us possible suere
Uiry of tho interior.
Henry Wallace of Iowa, publisher
of a farm patter, is talked of as see -
retary of agriculture. For secretary
of war it Is learned that Lindley M.
! Garrison, who held the post ut one
i time under President Wilson, who
1 had a difference of opinion with him.
I will be considered. The organising
uullity of Will H. Hays, chairman of
the republican national committee,
caused him to be considered for the
postmaster generalship. Beveral of
these possible appointment, it is un
derstood, would be looked upon most
favorably by the republican leaders In
FROM BOTH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AND USITED TZZZ
' RETURNS' INDICATE
FOR U. S. SENATOR
fFrom Overbei k & Cooke Co.)
CHICAGO, Nov. S It was a eaggtna
market for the greater part of the day
when some buymg credited to the sea
board took surplus off the market and
caused some rally. In view of the
small trade, decline in prices was
greater than anticipated. There was
nothing startling in the way of influ
ential news, but a close scrutiny of
developments of the past week dis
closes an increasingly bearish situation
ill, the southwest, the scat of the so-
cilled farmers strike. Receipts have
censistently increased and the Kansas
City cash market in consequence has
developed a weak tone. The sales re-
ported for export today were thought
to represent usual weekly purchases
by France, Belgium and Germany and
not Indicative of a broader demand
The domestic demand for flour is so
poor that many mills are clos'ne down
while others, especially In the North
west are getting a good part of their
wneat from Canada. In addition to
the conditions applicable to the wheat
situation Itself, the general business
depression in this country and Kurope,
together with deflating -tendencies,
promises again to invade commodity
FUGHT OF GOLD TPA!N
VICTORIA. B. C. Nov. 3.-(A. P.l
Stories of a secret transfer of mil-
lions of dollars of Russian gold from
one ship to another In half a pale at
.sea off the Canadian Pacific coast and
of a rush trip with the money across)
Canada in a heavily guarded special
I train, disguised as a silk express, were
published in The Victoria Colonist re
cently oh part of the hitherto untold
history of the World War.
Two recent newspaper dispatches,
seemingly unrelated. The Colonist
said.- recalled the "hitherto nnp"b-
!ishctl and romantic story1
gold shipment. One l sputch. from
Europe said a Mr. Novitsky, former
assistant to the minister of finance of
the AU-Russian government, had
hinted ut the huge amounts of gold
shipped through Vancouver, It. C.
during the wjir, im-hniing sixty mil
lion pounds from Vladivostok. The
other dispatch said the Canadian
; cruisr Rainbow hud lieen sold
i ent;e firm. Tiie connection.
.Colonist said, was In
i ' ii""w transferred
the fact the
of the gold at sea
from a Japanese
waisuip and brought it into Vancou
ver. On Way to Mint.
Russia's gold, tlie story continued,
came in several shipments, the first
of which amounted to about $4&,
000,000. it was in the form of bulli
on In boxes fifteen Inches long, and
was loaded at Vladivostok early In
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Th El Or0Bln In F.ri Ore
gon greets newspaper "I
selling fore ! t !
over twle th guaranteed Hru
ltln In Pendleton nd Lmtlll coun
ty of any other nwppr.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPES
G. 0. P. W
IS ALSO ASSURED
BY EASY filGHI
National Ballot Gives Ohio Sen
ator Greatest Landslide Ever
Polled in' History, Many
States Setting Marks.
REPUBLICANS HOLD 391- :
ELECTORS; 13 IN DOUBT
New York Gives Favorite Nom
inee Probable Plurality of
More Than Million and Home
Lead Nears 400,000.
NEW YORK, Nor. . ( V. P.)
With definite return lacking from
only a few states, Harding ha been
swopt into the presidency by the
?ieate4 popular majority in the hi
t'.ry of American national politic. In
complete return gave Harding 351
ileetorai vote. Cox ha 149 with 3i
As tabulation of returns progressed
he Harding landslide seem greater
than it appeared last night when the
CTeat republican sweep from coast to
ccast became manifest.
Harding when he assumes the pres-
Yency w'll go into offlc with tlto
enate and housiy of representative- ;
renublican bv- wide margin according
I to return to date. The republicans
I sained seats both in the upper and
Most optlm'stic prediction of Re
publican National Chairman Hay wer
exceeded in practically every instance.
The women' vot swelled the total to
onprecedented proportion and mada
the democratic defeat appear all th
NEW YORK. Nov. 3.(A. P.) On
of the most sweeping republican vie
tories in party h'story stood today re
corded for Senator Hurding for pres
ident and a republican con ir ess. Tre
mendous unparalleled republican plur
ality's continued mounting today.
Pluralities early today gave assurance
of 323 electoral votes for Hardin
against 127 for Cox with 75 doubtful.
A "Srer majority was won In the
electoral college than since in 1888
except the vote for President Wilson
in 1912 during the republican split.
The first trial of woman suffrage con
tributed to tlie republican majorities.
nrntpw Control Follow
NEW YORK. Nov. 3. (A. P.) Re
publican control of congress another
'wo years with an increased house ma
jority and the proepect of an Increase
n the senate was the major part of the
election sweep. A net gain of 20 vote
mttie hnx! is shown with "complete
returns from only 17 states, most of
them from democratic strongholds.
Kight of the 15 republican senatorial
candidates are winners, with seven
thers holding substantial leads while
'n 10 others all republican are In
'the van. For 19 democratic seats nine
! 'von. all being from Southern states
.vhlle in border and western states the
j.ihrrsarc fiKhting uphill battles.
i t.ain Kasy Majority
NEW YO UK. Nov. 3.-(C P.
K0i,t,iicns will have an easy working
nlajor!tv ln ,hp ext senate. Prohable
n,,i,t,'n neeeses in SO contest In-
republican successes i
cieased their seat to 55,.wh4l
,inlocratk. victories gave them
(Continued on page 5.)
Reported by Major Lee Moorhoue,
official weather observer.