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IIHNII, OHKOON, WKHNKHHAY AITKHNOO.V, MAY 80, 1011,
BY 45 BALLOTS
ELLGY WINS RACE
I'liat Woman dels .Nonilnnllon-Knox
' lleM .Milnrr lCiinltjr mill Jordan
Hnrrpw I'leltl, Nominated by
' Hotlt I'ltrtlok-lllklnn Wins Out
, Ulkltm (ltdii.) 040: Knox (Dem.)
WO; Mllnor (l)ntn.) 277.
Ariainann Iliip) 413; Wondorly
(Hop.) 082Mlrown (I)utit.) 72H,
, Jonliin (Hop,) 8flfi; Morgan
(Hop.) 310: Jordan (Hem.) 40.
, Hayloy (Hop.) 000; lllnnohard
(Itnp.) 045; Richardson (Dom.) H34.
Hrewster (Hop.) AGO; Kolloy
(Hop.) 004; Huston (Dom.) 573.
Polndoxtnr (Hop,) 92; Poktidoxtor
, Tlio totals for Crook county oftl-
cors, na given nlatvtt, toll tlio atory.
Tho votn wna vary Unlit. fspiclally
t on tlio Democratic side.
In two notultiiitlona only wna tlioro
nny great ninoiint of Inlerrst, Hint
Tor eommlsslonnr and aurvcyor. Mil
on tlio Republican tlokrt. Tim de
feat of It. II. Hoy ley or l.ahllnw by
, J. V. Illancliaril or Prlnovllln for
Cnmiiilnalonnr. by n votn of 000 to
Cl, soourcs tlio nomlnnllon of an-
, other iwiit side man, whoso election
would nil every county oftlco with
residents of the can torn portion of
Tim defeat or It. h, Hrowator by
II. A. Knllny for tlio aurveyorshlp,
. wiiii accomplished by 30 voles.
Mr. Hayloy wna well supported In
weal side precincts, with thn oxcop-
, tlon of two, Contralo and livn. which
knifed thn laat representative of-tholr
own territory, but with audi n a tun 1 1
votn aa to hnvo no npproclablo effect
on tno totals, uiiid. i.a Pine, anil
lVdlaw did. notablv well for llavlcy
' nnu Redmond mini HUlrra alio turnod
out handaomo majorities, although
tmwln ah apnrrclahlo adverse votn.
In all WMt aide precincts a compli
mentary votn for llaylny Mas written
on the Memocmflc ballota, totaling
unough to offset Hlanchard's lend and
In thla wny, at least, Indicating what
tho real votn would bo at a general
election where direct vote for any
oaudldate la iotnllilo. In no caan
wna tho voting strength up to the
roRlitrntlon. oven In tho faw west
able preclncla whom aomo work waa
done by llaylny'a frfenda to get the
' vote out. and n rough rompnrlaon In
dicate that in aomo of thn anti-Hay-ley
oast aldn prcolncta, whom Wan
ohard waa natlvn, a largor propor-
. tloaal voto waa pollod.
Klklna, unopposed for the Repute
llean nomination for slierif. (Hilled a
Kood voto, while Knox of tno Porno-
. orotic ticket, defeated Mllnor of
Mndrna, 400 to 277.
Ily dofoatlng J. K. Adnmson b"
' 219 voles, Mlaa Claudia Wondorly of
Prlnovllln won tho Hnpubltcan nom-
Inutlon for clerk, and becomei thu
flrat woman nomlnatod for a county
, oftlco In Crook county. Her oppo
nont la Wnrrta Drown. Democrat and
preHont InoumtKint. who rocolved n
fat voto and In tho laat two election
hax pollod mora ballota than any
pT-rbW& H -sTfcTiyi st.
. I where you aro not known, ovoid all
1 regard to your funds by carrying
i AMCRJCAN BANKGRS
Theso cheques are equally useful for travelers
In America or Abroad. They identify the
holder to hotels, ticket agents and merchants,
wna occepi uicm in iutc vuiua in payment
of accounts. They aro not available to
finder or thief, it lost or Btoipn.
Let us explain the system.
Deschutes State Bank
HurccNuor to tlio
Deschutes Banking & Trust, Company
H. FHKIU3J,L, Proa. V, Q. MINOlt, Soo'y.
U M. LAltA, Gnshlor,
H. Forroll, F. O. .Mluor, E. M. Lara,
other cnnillitolo. With 728 votes,
llrowa led tint Democratic ticket ona
Itnliili Jdnlnn, tlio prnrtnnt tro.miir
or, wnt accordod it plonsoitit endorse
innnti Mwninplnic Joint W, Morgan of
Pillnovlllti by morn than two to ono,
niitt KottliiK thu Democratic nomlna
tlon to boot.
I'. II. I'olndoxter, as usunl, lintt tlio
raco for coroner all to himself And
landed its tlio noinlnoo of liotli parties.
BEND BOYS WIN SECOND
PLACE JNJOUNTY MEET
With Mailraa Third Keller Win
I'onrtwi I'olnta for Item!,
Ileproaontatlvca of tho Ilond hlh
aohool porMclpnted In Crook county
track, tlold and dnolatuatory contoata
at HodiiKMid lnat Krlday.
Tlio llond team oonalated'of Clnudo
Kolloy, John Htoldl, Lloyd Gorton,
Howard Voiiiik. Jatiiva Corluy, lor
ott llrnnilonhurB, Vornn YouriK and
MuTKiirot TbompRon, tho taut named
bo I u (C tho BKinknr for llend In tho
Flrat place In tho meet waa won
oy I'rluovlllo, aecond by llond and
third by Madnii, Kolloy or llond,
proved to bo ono of tho boat point
r.ettora In tho county, wlnnlnrr n to
tal of 14 polnta, Tho total acora of
(ho llend trout waa 43 points.
Thla moot waa Inaugurated laat
year aa an annual affair. Thla year
the delegations from tho various
towns wero larger than thoso of laat
)enr and the meet was Konoralty
more aucceaaful, thus assuring Its
To He Held I'Hibiy Kteiilnj; at Dream
Tlieiilrc tlniido Kolloy Orator.
The commencement exorcises of
the llend High school will bo tiflW
Friday ercnliiff at 8 o'ctoak at tho
Cream Theatre. Throe pupils are
to receive diplomas, Claude Kollcy,
Art'lla Murphy and Kimna Ho'.eiic.
The oration will bo delivered by
Claude Kolloy on the subject "Pa
ternalism lit Legislation." Tho ami
iM'ticcmont spotiker has not yel been
Thn complete program for th'e. ex
Chorus airls' Oloo Club
tn) ."flerenaiteV hulMsrt.
(b) ".Nightingale ami Hose"
Oration .Olaiulo 11. Kolloy
"Paternalism In legislation."
Violin solo Mm. B. V. Ward
Mrs. Forrest, Mlaa Trautnor, Mrs.
Putnam, Mrs. Powolson.
fa) "Hhoogy Shoo" Ambroso.
(b) "Hweetest Flower" Itogors.
Presentation of Diplomas
dot Wise, l.ot Wyso do It. Adv.
This Is Picnic Day for tho school
pupils. This morning, most of tho
high school wont to Honharn Falls
In autos and auto trucks. Miss
HuntliiRton's pupils havo goaa to tho
Tumalo, Miss Trautner and DolsenV
to Pilot llutte, Miss Hldner's to
Wlcsta Inwai, and Mrs. Davidson's,
Miss Uyron's and Miss Holmes' and
Mrs. lllttnor' to dlfforont pleasant
places near town.
Let Wyso do your cleaning. Adv.
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THE COUNTY ELECTION RETURNS
VOTE OF EVERY PRECINCT FOR REPUBLICAN
AND DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES IN LAST
FRIDAY'S PRIMARY ELECTION.
Tho returns from all Crook county
precincts aro given below for tho Ho
publican and Democratic parties. The
Progressiva voto was so light as to
bo a aiogllgablo quantity. Ijxcopt In
thoso precincts especially reached by
The Ilulletln, nil but county orrioers
are onflttod, and clsawhoro when
there was no oppOHitlou to a cnndl
ilnto. or particular Interest In his
voto, tho dalnlled figures aro not Hat
ed, but all totals appear olsowhoro In
In securing this Information, which
waa "not tabulated until last night,
The Ilulletln la Indebted to Tho Pio
neer Telephone Company and to
Clork Warren llrown'a olllco for cour
Hop. Co mm, Ackorson 31, AVIL
Bonato Hooth 00,
Congress Hlnnott 78.
Governor -DrownoH G, Carter 2,
Crawford 8, Dlmluk t,, (leer IT,, Johns
0, Moser 43, Wlthycombo 12.
Sup. Court (lean SO, llenson 34
Cleeton 10, Harrln II, Mcllrido 03,
Atty. Gn. Hrown 30, Grant 29.
Htnto Engineer Lewis 34. Stock
State Hop. Forbes 94. Smith 03.
Sheriff Klklns 70.
Clerk Adamson 37. Wondorly 35.
Treas. Jordan 85. Morgan 8.
Coinin. Hayloy 100, Hlanchard 5.
Burvcyor Hrewstnr 70, Kolloy 19.
Hep. Comtn. Ackorson 20. Wil
Senate Hooth 43.
Congress Blnnott 38.
Governni" Crawford 6, fleer 8,
Johns 1, Moser 18, Wlthyoomlm 16.
Sup. Court llean 19, Hcnson 17,
Cleeton 8, Harris 8, Mcllrido 20, Mo
Atty. Oon. Hrown 10. Grant 12.
Knglnoor Lewis 10, Block man 31.
Hop. Forties 40. Smith 28.
Clork Adamson 18. Wondorly 19.
Trcas, Jordan 30, Morgan 4.
Comm. Hayloy 39, Hlanchard 7.
Survey. nroaater 31, Kelley It,
Hep. Comm. Ackorson 19, WIN
Benoto Hooth 38.
Congress Blnnott 30.
Governor Ilrownoll 8, Carter 4.
HOW CHOOK COUNT V VOTED.
For Governor (Hepubllcan) Hrownell 104, Carter 84, Crawford
183. Dlmlck 98, Geer 104, Johns 44, Mosor 143, Wlthycombo 327,
(Democratic) Dennett 277. Cobb 39, Manning 03, Mlllor 13, Smith
472. (Progressive) GUI 22, MoMahon 8.
Senator (Hep.) Hooth 1024, (I)om.) Chamberlain 735. (Prog.)
Congressman (Hep.) Stnnott 1021, (Dom.) Slnnott 17.
State Hopresentatlvo (Hep.) Forbea-fcC4, Smith 031, (Dem.)
Stato Treasurer (Hep.) Kay 900.
Btnto Engineer (Hep.) Lewis 428, Stockman 073. (Dem.)
Justlco Supreme Court (Hep.) Dean G77, Honson 401, Cleeton
329, D'Arcy 100, Harris 300. Mcllrido 480, McN'ary 3S9, KIchardson
301, (Dom.) Galloway 417, Hamsoy 399.
Attornoy General (Hep.) Hrown SOS. Farrln 142, Grant 198,
Johnson 113, Lord 1S9, (Dom.) Jeffrey 070.
Labor Commissioner (Hop.) Uynon 220, Iloff 384, Madsen 107,
Kallroad Commissioner (Rop.) Miller 082, Patton 309.
Superintendent Public Instruction (Hop.) Churchill 1000,
(Prog.) Hurton 24.
National Committee (Hop.) Ackerson 001, Williams 035,
(Dom.) Canon 180, Ksterly 000, (Prog.) Coo 28.
Ht s c eci,y
U and all Houseeleaning ne- 5 fK
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jfe : HARDWARE ' 9'
go, .:' m
Crawford 3, Dlmlck 3, Gcor 7, Johns
1, Moser 0, Wlthycombo 13.
Hup. Court Hoan 20, Henson IS,
Cleeton 10, Harrln 13, Mcllrido 7,
Atty Oon. Hrown 21, Grant 7.
Knglnoor Lewis 11, Stockman 35
Hep. Forbes 31, Smith 20.
Bborlff Klklns 31, Smith 20.
Clork Adamson 24, Wondorly 11.
Trais. Jordan 37, Morgan 8,
Comm, Hayloy 41, Hlanchard 7.
Survoyor Hrowstor 23, Kolloy 19.
Hep. Comm, Ackorson 40, Wil
Senate Hooth 02.
Congress Blnnott 03.
Governor Ilrownoll 0, Carter 2,
Crawford 0, Dlmlck 11, Goer 0, Johns
1, Moser 4, Wlthycombo 36.
Sup. Court llean 39, Henson 22,
Cleeton 10, Harris 20, Mcllrido 31,
Atty. Gen. Hrown 30. Grant 8.
Engineer- Lewis 18, Stockman 02.
Kcp. Forbcs 04, 8m!th 30.
Shorlff Klklns 71.
Clork Adamson 37, Wondorly 22.
Treoa Jordan 00, Morgan 10.
Comm. Hayloy 71, Hlanchard S.
Surveyor -Hrowater 43, Kolloy 20.
Hop. Comm. Ackerson 30, Wil
Senate Hooth 99.
Congress Slnnott 90.
Governor, Ilrownoll 12. Carter 0,
Crawford 7. Dlmlck 12, Geer 0, John
4, Mosor 32, Wlthycombo 30.
Sup. Court Hom 01, Honson OS,
Cleeton 20. Harris 40, MeUrlde 04,
Atty. Gen. Hrown 40, Grant 22.
Engineer Lewis 43, Stockman 01
Hep, Forbes 07, Smith 00.
Sheriff Elklns 86.
Clerk Adamson 11, Wondorly 91.
Troas. Jordan 78, Morgan 29.
Comm. Hayley 30, Hlanchard 71.
Survoyor Hrowator 30, Kelley 74.
Hop. Conimj Ackerson 4, WIV
Senate Hooth 9.
Congress Stnnott 9.
Governor Hrownell 3, Carter 1,
Crawford 1, Wlthycombo 0.
Sup. Court p'nn 0. Henson 4,
Cleeton 1. Harris 0, Mcilrlde 4, Mc
Att. Gen, Hrown-3. GrautJ.
Engineer Lewis 3, Stockman 7.
Hep. Forbes 8, Smith 0.
Shorlff Klklns 11.
Clork Adamson 0, Wonderly 4.
Troas Jordan 12.
Survoyor Hrowstor 10, Kclleyl.
Comm. Hayloy 4, Hlanchard 8.
Hop. Comm. Ackerson 7. Wil
Bonato Hooth 13.
Congress Slnnott 13.
Govornor Carter 0, Crawford S,
Geer 1, Mosor 1, Wlthycombo 2.
Sup. Court Dean 0, Henson 5,
Cleeton 0, Harris 4, Mcllrido 3, Mc
Atty. Oon, Drown 8, Grant 1.
Engineer Lewis 0, Stockman' 10.
Hop, Forbes 12, Smith 0.
Sheriff Elklns 14.
Clerk Adamson 10.
Troas, Jordan 9, Morgan 4.
Comm. Hayloy 15.
8urvoyor Hrowstor 14, Kolloy 2.
Hep. Comm, Ackorson 1, Wil
Benato Hooth 11.
Congress Slnnott 11.
Governor Hrownell 1, Carter 1,
Crawford 2, Geer 4, Wlthycombo 3.
Btip. Court Hen 9, nenson 4,
Cleeton 3, Harris 0, McUrldo 6, Mc
Atty. Gen. nrown 0, Grant 1.
Engineer Lewis 7, Stockman 4.
Hep. Forbes 11, Smith 8.
Sheriff Elklns 10.
Clerk Adamson 3, Wonderly 7.
Treas. Jordan 7, Morgan 4.
Comm. Hayloy 8, Hlanchard 3.
Surveyor Hrewster 8, Kelley 3.
Hep. Comm. Ackerson 35, Wil
liams 38. '
Senate Hooth 74.
Congress Slnnott 09.
Governor nrownell 13, Carter 10.
Crawford 0, Dlmlck 7, Geer 6, Johns
3, Moser 20. Wltnycombe.
8up. Court Henn 00, nenson 40.
Cleeton 17, Harris 44, Mcllrido 38,
Atty. Gen. Hrown 20, Grant 28.
Engineer Lewis 41, Stockman 30.
Hep. Forbes 54, Smith 53.
Sheriff Elklns 03.
Clerk Adamson 24, Wonderlr 64.
Troas. Jordan 00, Morgan 27.
Comm. Hayloy 16, Hlanchard 70.
Survoyor Hrewster 22, Kelley 58.
(Continued on pago 4.)
THOV HKAVKK HUKT.
An accident which narrowly es
caped haying serious results occur
red at tno stone quarry atiovo tno
mill of Tho Dond Company oarly yes
terday afternoon. A shot had been
fired and when Troy Heaver stepped
forward to tho nolo there came a
recoad bloat which throw rocku rut,
hitting him In tho abdomen nr.d lay
ing him out for the time being. A
conveyance was aont for and he was
brought to town whoro an examina
tion, showed oogenous. Injury. It is
expected that ho will ho able to bo
out again shortly.
GLEE CLUBJONCERT GOOD
Hrogram, With Many Popular N'uni
liera. Pleases Large Audience.
Last Thursday night the Rend Gle
Club'a concert at tho Hend Theatre
met with a generous reception from
a well filled houso. proving a rare
treat for local music lovers.
The program waa extensive and
varied, and la addition to many vo
cal numbers Included violin solos
by Mrs. West and piano solos by Miss
(-Graves, who also accompanied the
singers. Many or the songs were
popular new ones, and several catchy
numerous offerings wore Introduced.
The house was nearly filled.
Tho Club. Including thirteen wo
men, has been practicing weekly for
several months, and will now take
a "vacation" until some summer en
tertainment la planned. Probably
the Quartot will appoar at Redmond,
na has boon requested from there,
and perhaps at Laidlaw.
lEe First National Bank
OP BEND, BEND, OREGON
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U. C. COE, Prosident E, A. SATHER, Vice- President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - - 825,000
Parties contemplating taking Home
steads in the nev lands just eliminated
from the Forest RQserveSjishould bear in r
mind that Bend is the closest' Banking
towp to these lands, H "
We are making a speoial effort to be
of service to new people coining into Gen
Gall and aoe ue and arrange. your fi
nances, so you will not have any trouble
In having your oheoks nashed.
TEb FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
V. P. Cob E. A . Satjieu C. S. Hudson
' o. M. Patterson II. . Ku.is
SMITH IS DEMOCRATIC
Leivt M'lns Hendily from Mock man
for Mate Hntnret Hrown Knr
doraed Hy Itepubllcana for At
torney Gcneral-Hac Ktill On
Crtook county returns, In every
case but ono, echoed tho final totals
of Oregon at largo. Tho exception
Is tho Stato Engineer, for John H.
tawls, who was easily nominated,
waa beaten In Crook county by
Stockman, 428 to 673.
Dr. James Wlthycombo of Corvat
lls Is tho Republcan noinlnoo for gov
ernor, leading Moser by approxi
mately 4,000 votes. In the coun
ty he won two to ono. Crawford,
who was second In Crook: county,
was third In the state. On tho Dem
ocratic ticket Dr. C. J. Smith won
over A. S. Bennett by about 1300
Lewis Is the nomlnco for stato
engineer by a generous lead, and It
ts probablo Stockman's name was
written In the Democratic ticket
enough to insure his nomtoatloo.
A closo raco is still on among the
candidates for members of the Su
preme court, Charles L. McNory, tho
I resent Incumbent, apparently Inn
ing to Henry L. Henson of Klamath
Falls by a very narrow margin. Til t
vote of Denson's old county. Lake,
practically decides the race. Tho
othor three nominees are McDride,
Hean and Harris. In Crook county
Dean led In votes, and, to tho sur
prise of those who appreciated what
McN'ary had dona In aid of lrrlgaUoo,
he came out In fourth place.
George M. Drown of Douglas coun
ty wins handily over Frank Grant of
Multnomah for attorney general, oj
ho did hero more than two to erne.
Hoff Is labor commissioner nomi
In this district V. A. Forties of
Bend and W. V- Smith of Klamath
received large Votes for state rep
nrentattves, ami on the Democratic
t'.cket P. II. IVmer cf Bend pollod
N. J. Slnnott, unopposed, got 1021
Republican votes (for Congressman
from this district, and It la pretty
euro that tho name of Sam Evans of
Klamath Falls has been written In
enough to Insure his nomCnatlon on
tho Democratic ticket.
Booth, for Republcan senator, re
ceived a big endorsement In the state
at large and 1024 votes In Crook
county, the highest number accorded
any candidate, and Chamberlain was
voted In handsomely throughout tho
state with 753 ballots in till? county,
tho highest number given on tho
In the Progresaivii ranVs the re
turns from county and stato were
farcical. Only 28 votes wero cost
In Crook county, and In the state
the highest figure was only 893 votes,
with, however, a few more to ba
counted. On that ticket Gilt Is can
didate for Governor. Moulton for
congress and Hnnley for the sonate.
I. O. O. K. NOTICE.
First Degree work at the next
meeting on Monday the 25th. All
visiting brothers are Invited to at
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