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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1916)
WESTON. OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916
t'iTCTA! CTDiV P TAD
liUl Vii JllWiiU I Val
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V.u. Ily Republican In lu political
tond.ncl.., Waaton Join th. South
fug, voto for WoodrowWilaon. Many
'local Republican. mu.thav.c.at.lr
betloU for WIUo. without making
much of t aoia. about their Intention,
aa th. tow., wan nearly two to ona
for tha Democratic candidate.
Tha etrenglh of tha head of th.
ticket warned to carry tha ' l.aaer fry
long aa nearly avary Democratic
randldata was given substantial ma-
Th. P.mlUton normal achool bill
waa anowad undar, of eouree. In a
' alarm of votaa. Tha 24 votai It re-
' ralvad war. about two dottn mora
than Ita tupportara bad any raaaon
to expect from tha traatoo community.
Eoma of thaaa wara undoubtedly cast
lor rendition ty mistake. ,
Th. total vot. of th. three Weaton r-. . v k'.. n tu n
praeiocta followa: PORTLAND, Nov. 9. The I'on-
Praaldanv-llufhaa, 1M. WU.on Normal school tilUhas
18, ilanly I. loot Incomplete figures ara:
CongTiaaman Barkl.y 17, Sinnott Yet, 72.145; DO, 75,132.
tn. The majority of nearly 0000
SscraUry of Suto-Cannon 25. 01- yefJ thJ w b Multn0fIJah was
SuPr.ma courBright W, Bt offwt by other Willamette valley
182, Hoamar IB, Moora IM, Olivarl5. counties. Marion went against
Dairy and food commlaalonar Me- it heavily.
Klnnon 80, Mkhal J20, Rampat M. The bill carried in' Umatilla
Publle atrviea commlaalonar-Coray yfi no 2178-but lobt in
,3suu Mnatr-Sulwar tH. nearly every other Eastern Ore-
Joint MpraaantaUva-Stanfiald 239. SOU County.
RapraatnUUva Boat 101, JUtnar
158, Raavts 104, llodgan 238. Dath of Mr. Cvrbardlng
Diitrict Attornay Blahop 195, Aftar a long tllnaaa, Mra. Richard
Koator 137. Garbarding diad at bar homa in Waa-
Sharlff Allan 142, Taylor 219. ton Tuaaday morning, Novambar 7,
Clark Brown 103, Chambarlain ak y,a ,g, 0f go yean. Sha ia iur-
10 1 , vivad by har huaband; ona aon, Fiad
RarorderBurrougha 215. Carbarding, of Halfway, Ora., and ona
Traaaurar Otlllam 240, Slillman daughur, Mra. L. L O lUrra, of Waa-
83. ton. Two of har cliilJren prtcadad
Aaaaor Strain 246, Yaagar 110. Btr y,, grava.
,' School SupariDUndant Howard ,rg (Jarbardlng waa bom In Iowa
207, Young 139. in 1850. Afta hr marriagt to Mr.
Survayor Bradlay VA. Carbarding aha cama to Oragon with
, Coronar Brown 172, Paablar 164. Btr hunband, locating in Gilliam counr
, County eommiaalonar Andaraoo ty igaz. In 183 thay moved to
213, Sluahar 110. Wanton, which had ainca bean har
Singla ltam Valo Yaa, 230, No CI hl)nl6 gha had ban a mmlr from
; Ship Ta Examption Yaa 171, No gitihood of Ua Carman Lutharan
104, . church, and waa alito a mamber of tha
Singla Tax amendment Yaa 51, No jrae of Honor. i f
270. Tha deHartod wi." and mother waa
Pendleton normal Yea 24, No 332. a WOman of tha hiftheat chararUr, da-
, Antl-Compulaory Vaccination Yaa voted to har family and kind and con-
125, No 129. aiderata toward all with whom aha
' To repeal Sunday doling Yea 110, c,mt j0 contact Throughout har life
No 108. ahe demonatrated an axaiUd aanaa of
Btewera' amendment Yaa 52, No (juty ,) tha dap grief of har hue-
"2S0. band and children la ahared by tha
To prohibit liquor Importation Yaa community. Until pratratd by her
. 216, No 114. own itlnaaa aha had given conaUnt
.- Rural cradita amendment Ym 165, anij Jovlnf eara to har huaband, who
No 131. haa bean an Invalid for a number of
Tax limitation Yea 170, No 101. yMrl and to whom har death la a
The total vota of tha three Athena irrUvoua blow.
precincts on tha Pendleton normal
pracincU on tha Pendleton normal
achool bill waaaa followai Yaa 153, No
T)m Had Horns
A female deer with horns is tha na
. . .
A XtlTtliQ QCer WIU1 UUri I Ml ea-
tur lrk rportd kilted in wulhtrn
a4 wn a 111 i..r,M4Aa
tha biological survey, of Pendleton,
haa received a rtport from John B.
Hammoraley. ona of hii trappers In
tha Rogua river country, aUting that
he found that tha animal killed wai
urfftTon. Ea. r. Avtnu. hisi'"" w
raally a horned doe. Tha animal naa
reauy a nornau ....
a forkaxl bora on ona aids and a splk.
k. ..I... th. rannrt aUtaa. and
was probably four or flva years old".
w. i. rimey, avv u,wiv.. -
that a similar discovery was made
that a similar discovery waa mu.
several years ago in an EaaUrn state
and waa authenticated. Inasmuch at
tha state law permits hunters to kill
dear with horna.
tha shooting of tha
homed do is no
Tha Weaton "Bantalormera"
r..iu r.t . riraat Cltv." the Waa
ton band play, waa preeentod at Helix
Saturday night to a 32 houae, and
th. Helix people wer. kind .nough to
prais. It highly. Th. night ;w
" . ' j Jin. j ..in.
stormy ana uie roaus iuiu
muddy pool., which pr.v.nted tn. . 7 . Vi, iTZ, f Vermont"..:
country peopl. from att.nding. On. Ui.C.ty of Weaton th.a 1st day of wvni.
of tha Weston cars missed in. enx
road in th. darkness and want ..veral
mi aa out or ma way. iinaiij avunB
: . it " ji
into town rrom we o.recv.un
Columbia river. It contalnwl th. two
. . . . .i.i- mnA it.
reai avnra vi hi, yimn.wwi
failur. to report would have been a
serious matter. Had tha two raw and
uncouth vlllians of th. play been
Pitched with their "tin Lissi." tha
UrJta wUwc WU api4
"m" p,,ur l,um i'"f. but ey
'"! up on tlm, smiling aa villiana
will, although remaining vlllians still.
stag nnma In th. Irei net, but recoiled
it juit In tin. to eavt thefinal sian.
from ,tl,,oriou. finl.h.
Thi w to p()t Rock
tod., (Krl.Uy) .nd aspect . good
JUr,N ,. hw,dng
tn, ,,f, work ,t en?wj,h
hi Wi.known ,omb, The company
M w, Jul h,v u
,t u of k offlf-
iu j...i,.j i J: .
uUpk Tomorrow nlht upin!,,
u vWud h,lhr t h h , vU.
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nlne-plcc. orrheitra accompanies
PEiULETOIl LOSES ITS
I.'ORT.IU SCHOOL BILL
one of the bast beloved of Weston
Ona of tha bast beloved of Weaton
wwnwli th, memory of Mr Gerber-
ding will b. chariahad here in tha
hearta of har f rinds and neighbors.
Tha funeral eervicva ware held at
her lata homa Thursday afternoon.
n aa n tl m..l.t ! si at..
ia asv ..w..-w 0
Rov, W. S. ryiie odlclaUd and ap-
nMinriaitai hvmnsi vera lunir bv a Quar-
tel. The floral trfbutea ware nnmy
and beautiful. Interment waa had in
1. O. p. F. cemetery, .vy
Ordinance No. 2249 '
ordinance ror ma levying or a
-,nerai municipal tax for tha year
a .1 a
Th", ptopl, of city of WMton
do ordain aa loiiowai
Section 1. That there ia hereby
UvM upon M UxahU pnpmty in the
ntmm m WatnH atl mnA narinn al. a
That there ia hereby
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Ux fo. OTniral municipal purposes
of 16 millt. ,ight ttndi 2V4 millss
fitnrt fund, 8V4 mills; general fund,
... . a . . a in. i
milia; ainKing lunu, a maia, aim
library fund )i mill, on arch and every
. . ... t f J 1 A ill. ..J
dollar of auch property for tha year
rv. t , -
Section 2. That this ordinance, shall
eecuon. ; -' "
tak. .ffoc and ba la full tor trom
rniinrll and annroval by the mayor.
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A-proved by uje mayor tn.a a nay
nf November. 1916.
- j. m. BAMSTbK. Mayor,
Attest, anux i. AKaii,
Steven. Lodge No. 49, K. of P., will
meet next Wednesday evening to pre-
ptr, fur the expected visit of the grand
OPENED BY THE
O .-o z "t4.
Bt.,toUd United Statea S.nator from
,h, 8UU WMhiBflton.
i rarAsii ; 'niuirM
THE ELECTORAL LOLLtUt
fre)al lntAi.al wrtr.ai K11 atnil 9flft
iVWl "'ovvvi aas m vwa ev
T0tet necMary to win,
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Norfh n kotK
. Total .
wi.h;a ia Damooratia.
. Oklahoma la Democratic,
Oklahoma City, Nov. 8.--Stat. den,
crattc headquartera calms vWUaoa
as carrlrt th. t'M . ..
-. i lk i w.K y
Berryman in Washington Star,
NEW YORK FOR G. 0. P.
Huahea taad In State la ApproxU
, mately 75.000.
New York. Nov. . Chariea B.
HuRhea led President Wileon In the
presidential contest with a plurality
of 7S.000. Wilaon'a lead in Greater
New York waa about 40.060, while
HuRhea led upstate by 104.000.
The democrats made gains In sev
eral Industrial cities upstate, but tha
country districts remained overwhelm
ingly republican. Tbe moat notable
increase in the democratic vote waa
in Buffalo, aecond largest city in tha
atate, which Hughes carried by only
S637. although It waa carried by Whit
man for governor two yeara ago by
mora than 19,000. Slight democratic
galna also were shown In Rochester,
Syracuse and Albany, the banner re
publican cltiea of the auto. ,
From returna received It waa ap
parent that Charlea S. Whitman had
been re-elected governor over Samuel
Seaburr. his democratic opponent.
w " (1fr' 01 1
mer r?p!,?.nl?l,I? .t0
elected United Statei
William M. Calder. of Brooklyn, a for-
elected United Statea aenator over
minium o. mtv,uuii, .u.uioi
man of tha democratic national com
mittee, by a large majority,
Returna showed that the rcpubll
cans had gained one congressman.
DRYS GAIN FOUR STATES
Michigan, Montana, South Dakota and
Nebraaka Ara Declared Certain.
Chicago, Nov. 8. Prohibition made
noteworthy gains In yesterday elec
tion Ita greatest victory waa In
Michigan, where It la asserted on the
returna at hand that all the remain
ing wet apota in the atate have been
eliminated. This Includea the city of
Detroit, the great Industrial center,
which voted to wipe out the aaloona
by a majority of 25.000. Tola puta
out of bualneBB 3208 aaloona aud 79
The wet and dry Issue waa tip in
eight statBs: Michigan, Montana, Cali
fornia, Missouri, Ncbranka, Florida
and South Dakota. The prohibition
aurtui1 thev were certain to
rZZ!ir. 14 Win In four of these, Michigan. Mon
TTTZ!? l ln Sou,n n'(0, ntI Nebraska,
li" with eicelle'nt chancea !of making
. . . . . 1 I II ElnH(
gains id me ouiera, ii uitii'ii nun
da and parts of Missouri.
Incomplete returns from California
Indicate that tha "weta" lead by large
DeMoaa Family Coming
lh Doivioia Coiavrt Entertainera
will give au evening at music, song
ana atory, Novemuer kO, at tiie Moui
ouist caul-en lor tiie beneiit ol the Vvo
umn a Aiuaiou society, 'this ce:
biawa tuuaicai ianuiy u widaly knowa
In Oregon, where they began giving
aiitortatnmenta in 1872 and have ainca
Lean elmoet constantly before the pub
lic. Thry have appeared not only in
Oregon but in all tha principal citiee
of tha Unitod Etatea and in moat of
ih citiaa of Europe. On beginning
k r mmr I., tint (t.,. l4 k
age more than 1000 milea through m ' voU on contested offices;
country fraquantod by boatlle Indiana President Hughes SC89, Wil
to tha naareat railway atation, en son 4642.
rouu for tha Centennial at Philadel. Representative Dr. Best 3016,
phia ll,ree member of the original mtner 3 lMgen and
lumily are atill living. Tha preaent r, rjvi
troupe conaixta of aix people and in
cludea two Infant prodigiea who rep
reaent tha third De.Moua generation.
They have been in Weaton before on
eiVeral occaai6na and hae alwajra aue
ceeded in vaatly pleaaing tha people
here with their excellent program.
IS FRESIDniT AGAEI
" New York, Nov. 9. President
Wilson has carried California SIusher3589.
and has been re-elected. Coroner Brown 4503, Peebler
With Minnesota, New Hamp- 2566. -r.hire.
New Mexico and West Full rental (single tax) and
Virginia still in the doubtful col- the brewer's amendment were
umn, Wileon has 269 votes in the badly beaten. The vote was
electoral college a margin of close on the "bone dry" and
three only. - - , anti blue law measures. '
The Democrats safely control
the senate but will lead by only
four or five votes in the house.
The Pineapple and tha Bee
By William Cowper ,
The pineaplea, in triple row,
Were basking hot, and alt in blow;
A bee of most deserving taste
Perceived the fragrance as he paaa'd,
On eager wing the spoiler came.
And aearch'd for crannies In th frame.
Urged his attempt from every aide,
To every-pane his trunk applied;
But atill in vain, tha frame was tight,
And only pervious to tha light:
Thus having wasted half the day.
Ho trimm'd hia flight another way.
Methinks, I said, in thee I find
The ajn and madness of mankind. ,.; ;
To joys forbidden man aspires,
Consumes his soul with vain desires;
Folly the spring of his pursuit,
And disappointment all the fruit.
While Cynthio ogles, as she passes,
The nymph between two chariot
is the- pineapple, and he
The silly unsuspecting bee.
The maid who views with pensive air
Tha showglnss fraught with glittering
Sees watches, ' bracelets, rings and
Buaaigh3 at thought of empty pockets;
Like thine her appetite ia keen,
But, ah, the cruel glass between!
Our deer delights ara often auch, ,
Exposed to view, but not to touch;
The sight our foolish heart inflames,
We long for pineapples in frames;
With hopeless wish one looks and
Ona breaks the glass, and cuts hia
fingers; . .
But they whom truth and wisdom lead,
Can gather honey from a weed.
THE TOWN PAPER
George A. Starring of the Univer
sity of Wisconsin says; ,
"The average local town paper is
worth thousands of dollars annually
to ita community for the free service
it renders. As a constant booster and
promoter of local news or information
it is indispensable.
"Did you ever atop to think what
you would do without your home pap
er? This is not an .idle question.
What would you do if your town paper
should indefinitely suspend publica
tion? '"'r:-,; v"
1 "W have to have our town news
paper. We want to know what other
folks in the country are doing. The
most interesting information in . the
world ia knowledge of what other peo
ple are doing. Let's help our com
munity by helping our local editor in
his work. We cannot dispense with
hia service. On the other hand, he
needs more of our moral and material
Constantly boosting for Hs homa
town, the Ilermiston Herald reports
in its current issue that there is" but
one vacant house in Hermiston, and
that "never before at this period of
the school year have the Hermiston
achoola had so larg. aa enrollment,
TAYLOR LEADS ALL
Below is Umatilla county's
District Attorney Bishop 3303
and Keator 4286.
Sheriff Allen 2341, and Taylor
Clerk Brown 4357, Chamber
Treasurer-Gilliam 5193, Still
Assessor Strain 4515, Yeager
Superintendent Howard 2759,
Young 4911. -
Commissioner Anderson 3705,
Lister, in Late Spurt, Passes
McSrWe for Governor"- ,
. Pofndexter Has Lead. .
Seattle. Wash., Nov. S Reporta
from all over the state indicate that
a heavy vote haa been caat. with Pres
ident Wilson maintaining a conalatent
lead over the republican , nominee),
Charlea Evane Hughea. - '
Tbe surprise of the vote to tu U
the strength of Governor Ernest Ha
ter, democrat, who in a tote spurt
passed Henry McBride. republican.
United Statea Senator Miles Polo
dexter will be re-elected by about 35,
000 plurality over hia democratic op
ponent, former United Btates Senator
George Turner. Defeat overwhelming
la indicated for both Initiative No. 18,
the so-called hotel liquor bill, and to
Illative No. 24, the brewers' bill. '
Re-elected Governor of Washington.
, BepresentaUvee in congress. Albert
Johnson, in the third district; Un
Hadley. In the aecond. and W. L. La
Follette, tn the fourth, will be re
elected, all republicans. The republi
cans will have two more In John T.
Miller, from the first district, and
Tom Corkery, in the fifth. '
Tha cities seem to ba inclined to
Wilson, although giving the republican
nomlneea for governor and senator
In Seattle 190 voting machines were
used for the first time, and tbe resulta
were attended with the usual confu
sion. Some voters took aa long aa 10
and 18 minutea In spite of the fact
that the regulations gave the election
officiate authority to order the voter
out unleaa he could mark hia vote In
two minutes. Where voters had atud
led the operation of tha machines be
fore they entered bootha the resulta
We are on a cash basis and want no
patronajre on any other terms. Sub
eorlptiona considered cash when not
allowed by the mbscriber to run ona
year in arrears. T& Lsadpr.
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