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INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE. INDEPENDENCE. OREGON. NOVEMUR 11. IttO.
Chicago That ths next Home of
Representatives will be controlled by
the deuioorats la conceded. The doni
ocrata gulued from the republican
seats In congress In eight states.
In New York seven republican
seats were secured by the democrats:
In Maryland, Massachusetts. North
Carolina, each, the republicans lost
two seats. Losses are definitely
knowu to have been sustained In Il
linois, Kentucky, Missouri and Ohio.
The known democratic gain of 18 .
seat. Ik offset by two republican (
gnins from the democrats, one each!
In New York and Pennsylvania. Rev
ports received from other states In-,
dlcate thet the democrats will have
ample mf-gln to secure them the 22
seats necessary to give them control
of the ll"us. two democratic gains
previously having been reported In
Maine. Twenty-four were acquired
before the Maine election.
Grandfather Clause Helps.
In Oklahoma returns Indicated that
the democrats probably gained two
seats, due apparently to the operation
of the so-called grandfather clause.
which debarred ths negro voters front
At democratic headquarters In New
Jersey. It was declared that the state
would hold eight seals, tusking a gain
Democrats In West Virginia had
gained In three districts.
Missouri showed ooe known, with
three probable democratic gains, while
In lows sad Illinois the returns Indi
cated the democrat would gain a to
tal of sli seats.
In North Carolina returns Indicated
democratic gains which would In
crease to three.
Socialist for Congress.
A big surprise came from Wiscon
sin when the republican committee
conceded the election of Victor L.
Burger, Socialist, to congress from the
Fourth district, which Is now held by
Returns Indicate that the Socialists
have polled more than 40,000 votes in
the city of Chicago.
It U the firm time In IS years thnt
the democrats have carried the House
New York City will be represented
by sn almost solid democratic dele
mulon. The I'n'ted S.nts Senate will prob
nb'y have a reducMcm In the republi
can majority as i retlt of legislative
elections held In rr-ny stve.
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1101 RULE BILL
WINS IN OREGON
Ths biggest surprise In the election
returns was the greater Oregon home
rule bill running ahead of tb vote
agalnat prohibition. Not only did the
bill lead In Multnomah County, but
also In the state. The boms rule bill
and the vote s4lnst statewide prohi
bition ran J to 1 In Portland. Re
turns from the state did not change
the Indicat'on that the home rule had
carried and that prohibition had been
defeated. Many of the cities In 'dry"
counties gave large majority for home
rule end against prohibition.
Pendleton went "wet" by about 10
to 1, but Incomplete returns from
rural preclucts Indicated that the big
majority of the urbnn vote would be
cut down. Grants Pass In "dry" Jos
ephlne County gave about I to 1 In
favor of the "wets," but the rural
vote threatens to make this showing
almost nn even break, Karly Indi
cations from Lane County were that
the vote would be close. Karly re
turns from Astoria gave the "v;s"
about 2 to 1 majority In favor of the
home-rule bill and against prohibition
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BOTH SIDES CLAIM IOWA
Porter and Carroll Expect to Win In
Deis Moines The republicans and
democrats both claim the governor
ship with tue democrats showing the
greater confidence. If Governor Car
roll is re-elected it will bo by the
narrowest of margins.
Claude R. Porter, democratic gub
ernatorial candidate, claimed that be
vould carry the state by 20,000, but
more conservative estimates based on
100 precincts out of 2300, place his
plurality (If any) at 4000 or 5000.
Governor Carroll declared that the
early returns were all from the cities
and that estimates based upon them
were bound to be erroneous.
This state has 11 congressional dis
tricts. I. S. Pepper, the young dem
ocratic candidate in the Second dis
trict, walked away with the election,
carrying every county over his op
ponent, Charles Grilk. It was In be
half of the latter that Colonel Roose
velt recently made his address in
Republicans Win Nebraska.
Omaha Although the returns are
comparatively meager, It appears that
Mayor James Danlman, of Omaha,
democratic candidate for governor,
has been defeated by Chester A. Aid
rich, republican, by a safe majority.
Congressman O. M. Hitchcock, on
the face of the returns, has a safe
lead over United States Senator El
mer J. Burkett in the race for the
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
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W00DR0W WILSON ELECTED
New Jersey Elects Democratic Gover
nor by Large Majority.
Trenton Dr. Woodrow Wilson, for
mer president of Princeton, defeated
Vivian M. Lewis, the republican nom
inee for governor of New Jersey any
where from 10,000 to 20,000 plurality.
The democrats claim the legislature
end while this claim does not seem
so well based as that of victory for
the state ticket, It would not be a
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Your Firs Insurance
On account of the great demand
for a mutual fire Insurance company
here In Independence by the people
generally I have arranged to repre
sent the Farmers' Fire Relief Asso
ciation. Chas. E. Hicks.
Plys between Independence and Sa-
dallv. except Sundays, passen
ger and freight business solicited.
Leave Independence -'-w n1-
Leava Independence ...... 8: 00 p. m.
Leave Salem ' a- -
Leave Salem ? 3" P- m-
8KINNER BRO-, OWNERS
From Independence, to Dallas
Train No. 64 leaves Independent
dally 6:00 a. m. and Monmouth ai
16 a. m. ana airnee fc
40 a. m.
v. to loavoa Tndnnondence
i. Ituu rtv. wo ' -
dally at 10:60 a. m. and Monmouth a
' . . I a, Ta lias of!
1:05 a. m. ana srrna u -
L:80 a, m. .
., v wn iaMi Irideoendence
dally at :16 p. m. and Monmouth at
6:80 P. m. and arrives at Dallas at
6:61 p. m.
From IndepsmJeuiffs for Alrlie
Train No. 61 lesryes Independencs
dally at 7:00 a. m. and Monmouth at
7:16 a. m. and arrives at Alrlie at
7:60 a. m.
Train No. 73 leaves Independence
daily at 1:30 p. m. and Monmouth at
S:60 p. m. and arrives at Alrlie at
8:25 p. no.
From Dallas for Independence
Train No. 65 leaves Dallas dally
at 8:80 a. m. and Monmouth at 8:65
a. m. and arrives at Independence at
8:15 a. m. .
Train No. 69 leaves Dallas datl)
at 1:00 p. m. and Monmouth at 1:35'
p. m. and arrives at Independenc
at 1:40 p. m. (This train connects at
Monmouth for 'Alrlie.)
Train No. 71 lTf Dallas dallr
at 8:00 p. m. and In isiouth at 8:26
p. m. ' and arrives at Indenendenc
at 8:40 p. m.
From Alrll for Independence
Train No. 62 leaves Alrlie dally at
8:15 p. m. and Monmouth at 8:50 a.
m. and arrives at Independence at
9:10 a. m. '
Train No. 72 leaves Alrlie dally
at 4:06 p. m. and Monmouth at 4:40
p. m. and "arrives at Independence at
4:50 p. m.
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