RD 1 Vol 39 Nv. 81 EUGENE. OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 8 1906 The Store that/s Doing the Business Dress Goods Specials 20 pieces ill wool Dress Goods $1.50 to $2.00 a yard vour choice $1.10 a yard 25c yd 20 pieces Waisting 35c erade for 35 Misses and Children’s Dresses, plaids and plain Prices $2.50 goods in cashmeres and Henriette to $6.00, to close out 15 Ladies’ Suits left to close out Yi price Y price Department Gents’ Remember we have the correct styles in Gents' Furnishings occupying one large room LATEST RETÜRNS INCREASE LEAD OVER HEARST HUGHES BEATS HEARST, OTHER DEMOCRATS WIN Democrats Gain Governors in Kansas and Rhode Island-Many Results Are Still in Doubt Owing to Slow Counting But Certain That Neither Party Has Made Large Gars Democrats Elect Governors in Kansas. Nevada and Rhode New York. Nov 7.—Almost complete returns from Greater New dork tor the state otticeis show that as'de from governor, the democratic state ticket earned the greater city by plur allties of from 135,000 to 145,000. lhls would indicate that unless the Republican candidates fo, state of- flees below that of governor, ran ahead of Hughes above the Bronx,the full democratic state ticket, except governor may have been elected, Returns from the up state counties are too incomplete to warrant any tiling in tne line of accurrate forecast on these offices. > OVER FIFTY THOUSAND. Complete returns from (¡eater New- York tor governorship make Hearst's plurality 76,9u6. Incomplete esti mated returns outside of (lie Greater ei'y indicates that Hughes lias a plur ality uf 129,660 or plurality in the state ot 52,674. OLD MISSOURI RETURNS TO DEMOCRATIC FOLD. St. Louis.— The Flection in Missouri resulted in heavy democratic gains over the vote of 1904,aud while all tiie returns are not in yet, the indica tions are that the state bus marched back to the democratic ranks The legislature is democratic in b »th branches tayond a doubt. I I Veinuerata not only re elect their tire con- gressmeu but made a gain of seven more. SUN FLOWER STATE GOES DEMOCRATIC. Kansas City, Mo. —With complete offloial returns 69 out of 105 counties, W. A. Harris, democratic, according to the Star, has a plurality for gover nor over Hoch republican. Returns form the remaining counties can hardly change the final result. CALIFORNIA GOES SOLIDLY REPVBLC1AN San Francisco. -Returns from tiie interior of the state are yet incom plete, the count progressing unusually slow due to great amount of srcatch- ing. The most reliable estimates of pliiralties indicates that Gillettte, re publican, is elected governor try 1<>,• imk > over Bell, democratic, his nearest competitor. Hie plurality in this city is 1,21<>. It is beleived that a solid republican delegation lias lieen elected to congress an the republican* will have a majority in both I.ranches of the legislature. Suits and Overeo: prices from $3.00 to $30.00 Gordon and Stetson Hats NEVADA ELECTS EL’LL DEMOCRATIC TICKET Nevada.—Almost complete report* from the larger precim-ts of t‘*e state »how a democratio victorv. . Bartlett, defeat democrat, fol for congrew* cougreee will » ■Smith, fimiuu fusion republican, republican. by 3, (MM). Spark*, 1. th»* present iucuinbeut will t>e elected governor l>y atiout the same majority. The legislator will be clone but majority of the holdover senators will be republican. $3.0 ’ to $0.00 Bovs’ Suits >5.00 to $20.00 Copyright 1906 Scbaffnei Mars HAMPTON BROS • • • ELECTION RESULTS WERL BADLY MIXED CASH STORE... Bolen—Democrats claim the state for Stock-lager for governor hy about one thousand. Red publican* claim it for Gooding I y two thousand. The legislature is txdeived to lie rej.nl.Iman, but return* are coming in so slowly that it is almost impoeiible •<> hazard a deflnite forcast of the result. ELECTION BRIEFS J .eeph Howell, republican, is elected o congress over Judge A. W. Powers, democrat, by 10,000. Many Mormon democrat* voted the repubican ticket in order to insure the defear ot th* AntiMomon party in Utah. Joint »catehoixi carried io New Mexico but was overwhelmingly de feted in Arizona The latter terra Cióse—California Is Republican New York state has elected Hughes, republican, gov ernor over Hearst, democrat, by tiO.OOO majority. The latter carried Greater New York by ayproximately 80,000, but Hughes ran strong up state outside of th ■ cities. Tam many hall showed up strong in spite of the defection of Mayor McClellan, Pat McCarren and former leader Richard Croker, electing its judicial ticket over the non-partisan candidates. Except governor the entire democratic state ticket is elected. Throughout the country at large there were few sur prises and little to indicate a change of political sentiment. Congress will stand republicans, 216: democrats. 163; still doubtful, 7. Democrats hive re-elected Governor Johnson in Minn esota by a large majority: elected J. K. Higgins governor of Rhode Island: re-elected John Sparks governor of Nevada and Bartlett, for congress: elected Harris governor of Kansas: carried a large majority of the Oklahoma constitu tional convention: elected delegate to congress from Ari zona, which votes against joint statehood with New Mexico. The South is also solidly democratic as usual. The republicans elect Stuart governor of Pennsylvania by 100,000 majority; Guild in Massachusetts by an reduced majority: Gooding in Idaho by a greatly reduced majority: carry entire state tickets in Iowa, Nebraska, Cal ifornia and Washington; republicans also make gains in Ohio, Michigan and Illinois. Nicholas Longworth is re elected to congress from Ohio. Colorado and Montana results seem still in doubt with returns coming in slowly, the former probably going republican. Wadsworth of New York and Babcock of Wisconsin, prominent republicans, were defeated for congress. jority, electing Stnih delegate to congress. Presieut Roosevelt ha* sent a mes sage of congratulation to Gi.Venor- elect Hughe* which has not been made public. Hearst declares Vhat ho in not <iis- cou raged tut will work for popular right* as a private in the ranke fit the people. Returns a 3 o’clock today indicate u nick and neck race for lieutenant governor in New York tie!ween Bi s republican, and ( 'handler, demo. .-at. Latest returns at 3 o’clock place Hughe*' plurality over Hearst at (>•, ■ (XX). Washintgon re elect* all three re publican c.iurge.sni-ii, Jones, Cudi iiimi and Humphrey by reduced ma jorities. SAILORS MUTINY AT PORTSMOUTH NAVY YARD Portsmouth, Nov 5.—A mutinous outbreak ot five hundred sailor* last n.glit iiecf* ituted the immediate mob ilization of the entire force of the naval barracks to prevent a more *e- 1 ion* mutiny. The men bail assem bled in the gymnasium when a senior officer, a man of short statuì«*, wish- ing to administer a repriiuanii tor a breach of discipline ordered the front rank* to • kneel »0 that lie conni see tiie men ill i the ie.<- The older was resented and the men ran amuck, w recked the canteen anil starti-d to break out of the barracks with the in tention ot wrecking the quarter* of This they A force of men i* busy raising the the obnoxious officer. were prevented from doing hy fixed side track* at the depot yards. bayonet* of an overwhelming force. Rev. 1 G. Knott», of Albany, today A num tier of men ware arrested. shipper! to that city a dozen hens and two rooster* of the Rhode 1-land Red breed which tie had purchased from Dr. J. C. Gray, of this city. ,1a*. Hayes, representiug E. Clem ens Horst Co., today pm-hased 40 bale* of hojia from J. K. Lite* and H'i Ottawa, 111., Nov. 6.—Two robbers from Hughe* Bos., paying tr rm to 11 who secured $7uu<l from the Farmery cent* a pound. A Miners Hauk at Ladd last night Mr*. A. J. DeLay telephone* the made their e«c»pw after an exciting Guard in regard to her husband in a chare of forty miler, and numerous Portland hospital, that he is getting twttlea with the tarmei* who attempt 1 he robber* along nisely with every prospect ot ed to intercept them. abandoned their borne* at Sheridan ultimate recover. The Guard is informed hy ttJ« and caught a train for Chicago. Frazer Iron Work* that th* car load of old iron mentioned yesterday cnine from the San Fiancisco ruins, not Reading, Pa., Nov. <L--The Read withstanding the doubts of th* wise ing iron Co., will soon increase the • razaix down th- street Brevities ROBBERS MAKE HAUL ANO ESCAPE CAPTURE CAR SHORTAGE GREATLY INJURING LUMBER BUSINESS R. A. Booth, of Eugene, manager of the Ilin lb Kelly Lumber Company, who is in Portland, says shortage of cars is working havoc with the lum bering industry up the valley, and that buslUess cannot lie tiam-aeted at a prutit, says yesterday's Telegr»tll. We needed l.sxi cars to ship lumber outside tiie state last month, and we got only 15(1,'' he »aid today. “There is no telling when we can get ears We eiiuugli to operate our mills. have four saw ¡mils, employing several hundred men, that would lie running night and day if we could get the cars. We are nut running a night. and our mill at Wending has shut down”. It is said tluit fully 1500 men are dependent on the Booth-Kelly mills, for employment. Loggeie, teamsters, mill bunds, timekeepers, clerks anil many ot utber occupations are already out of work as a result of the cur short age, and must leave for distant points to get job». Mauy of these men have families and homes of their uivn neat tiie mill*, ami thus the etfect of shut ting down of the mills wl'l be quite fur reachiug. EUGENE TEAM GIVEN A RECEPTION The Salem Journal *peaking of the Eugene-Salem High school foot ball game Saturday any*: “Manager Will Mott, of til» Salem team by courtesy ot Mr. ami Mrs. Mott, threw open their beautiful home Saturday even ing and gave a reception to the visi tor* and the Salem High school team and their friends from Hto 10 o'clock* About sixty bright young people of the two cities were entertained with delightful refreshments. A giant bouquet of still more gigantic mum« was presented to the Eugene II >Kt> school team, and they weie borne home In triumph as a gift from Mayor Watcl* and will decorate the Eugene High school assembly Monday morn ing. Personals Mrs. Minnie U ashburne is home from her trip east. Mr. end Mr*. Fred Russel), of Dor- ena. are in tire city. Mr. . and Mrs. J. E. Kennerly are down i from Leaiiurg. E. J. McClanahan returned last night L from Portland. R. A. i Booth returned troni Portland on the local last night. Attorney W J. Hooker, Is ill at his home on west Tenth street. il. E. Luunsbury, of the Southern Pacific Co , was in the eity today H. G. Van Dusen, state flsh com missioner, was in Eugene yesterday. Mr» John ( ox ba* returned from a two month*’ trip to the Lantern slates. Mrs. C. O. Hudson and Miss Ella Hendershott have returned from a visit in Portland. Mis. Jennie Keiitner.mother of Mrs. 1. N. Harbaugh, of this city, arrived here yesterday from Wh aton, Iowa,to reside. A car load of her household goods l* following. Yesterday'* Albany Democrat: En gineer S. M. Garrison, of the freight service, spent last night in Albany, the guest of Jesse (ialbraith. Mr. Garri- *. n is one of Ailiany's sot.-in iaw Under the new arrangement be will come only to Altmny Instead of going through to Junction as heretofore. Will Increase Wages W. O. Cook is snippng a car !<wt of brick to Marcóla, li will go by way of the naw Mprinaflel<l bridge.