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OFFICIAL 'PAI'ICR OF
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
Fourteenth Year No. 4086.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920.
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Bunnell and Short Re-elected
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HARDING AND COOLIDGE,
'BOB' STANHELD CHOSEN
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 3. Six hundred and
seventy-seven precinct give Harding 22J9S4,
Cox 12269. For eenatqr, 682 precinct give
Stanfield 30,61$, Chamberlain 26,274... Haw ley
is etected congressman in the first district and
Sinnott in the second... In the "third, 140 pre
cinct give McArihur 9,316 and Lovejoy 7,597.
NEW YOltK, .Not. 8. On of (bit Mart sweeping nrsmbUoua vlctorim
in Hie history of tlie party stands recorded today for Heastor Warren
' 11. HanUag for prealdeat, aad rrrublfcan congress.
TtfaiwlMH, iMpawwIleled ,'repubUrwn pluralities coatiuue to mount to
day. Early report gave asauranrfttf 880 doctoral vote for Harding
and 187 fur Cov, with 78 doubtful. If these figure prevail, the repub
lican parly will have tu Unrest majority la the electoral college lluui
nt any election sUce 1M88, except In 1013, when Wilson wax clertrd
through the medium of th split In the republican party. The won't
enV vote, tjio first lime lnre the ailnptlou of ruttlohul womnn'a niif
frrtge, contributed larjp'ly to republican maMirltle. '
Hepubllrnn control In conjtrewt In at-Nured fur another two year. There
trill be an Increased mnjorlty In the linime, and thenenate nill nlwi have
n kiibatantlal utajorllx. The return on the coiiKrriwIuajU cantUdiiteM
nitltuUi the major; part of the election aweep. Only 17 tntcN, moot of
them democralio atroaglioMa, aliow a plurality of 'Mi votca, and at leant
vfRht of the republican randltlatea uro victorious The renailnuiK Mven re
publican aenatorlal candidate have apparently ante leadM. Oemorratlc
kiircemea are confined to the Noullu-rn oUtea ,ntl In border and western
(I Mte the democrala are flchllag uphill bait lea.
RESULTS SO FAR FROM STATE
I"OllTliANI, No. il. Hardlnff carried the Mate about a to I.
lleturna front 60 prrrtneta Rive Hurtling aTAW; fox H.SIO; Wutkln
tai Dcba aan.
Hlanfleld la leutUnjc for the arnate IlrlurnM front Hit prerlnctN Rive
htanfleld, tfltUH.1 Chamberlain, l,MMl Hlaughler, 749; HnyeN, 1117;
Kt canon, I (VI,
Secretary of alale reluraa from 131 prednrtN give Koier, 10,088;
heart, B47 Uplon, WHI.
or tlte aervlre coaunUaton Went 10N prrclnrla give llennelt, :101a-,
lldrntcl, IHI( "Newman, MM.
For the nuprvmo eourt vacancy HH prerlncta give Juallce llrown, USittn;
-V. ). McCarthy of I'ortUnd; 1117.
For attorney general 08 predncla give Van Winkle, llBUt llalley,
! Oo.how, 1001 Johnaon, UN.
' ' AmendmMita, 1M, preclarti,' Oleo. ym, 81M0, no, 710. Hlngle tn,
e, SIIM, ,.ao, 0000. Mrd ..refuge, yea H787, no, 0010,
Krom 1107 predncta dock conunlikton reporla on Ute bill are, yea,
t7B0, no, 04011. Antftrac4tuUioa, yea, 4007, no, 10,400. Legal rale In.
tarrat, yea, 0000, no, 10,000, Divided IcgUlature, yea, 40S1, no, 1001.
Murket act, yea, 4,800, no, 9MB.
COUNTY STRONG FOR STANFIELD
Hcatterlag retuma from varloua porta of the county no effort being
ninth)' to compile nil precinct In the alale and nation while Intercut Ik
ill fever heat over clone county pace i gave Harding 0X1 and Cox 901.
NUnfteM hud 800 agalnat 480 for Chamberlain.
. J. Hlnnot completely anowed under James H. Graham, Ida demo
erntfe opponent, Ute acore being 0S1O to 184 la five prerinrta reported,
none of them Urge.
llriulbury will not have a large lead, If any;. The few preclacta gave
llurdlrk K40, Overiurf 2Ma'ind ptradlmry 880.
With Interest centering upon local Imhos Ute courtltouae oontrxt nnd
the roNulla of the munlcJpal ballot figures for national leadem were
alighted aomewhat today by compilers of retuma.
From the Incomplete returua nt hand U U'eatlainted, hon ever, th:it
Harding nnd Coolldgo carried the county by a tremeudou majority,
l'lrlwps by four to one nnd certainly by three (o'one, ,
HUnfleld evidently won n victory over Heqaton Otwrge CliMinber.
lain the Incomplete lelmna Indicating that hi lead wUI be aubatna.
LEE LOSES RAGE
BUT WILL SICK
WM TO IT
Wllaon H. Wiley will be the noit
mayor of Klamath Falla aa th. re
rull of yeitorday'a election. HU
epponont, W. T. Lee, ran wall
but considering that Wiley made but
alight efforts In tbo campajen. the
tribute of confidence shown in the
majority be received was convincing
evidence that tbe people of the city
telleve In him.
Among the general discord and re
crimination that accompanied tbe
Ute campaign, the election of Wiley
ctrlkea one harmonious nolo that
sugars well for united effort and
progress In the city,
W. T. Lee last night, whll- con
ceding defeat, reiterated the plodges
of friendship and support for the
Wiley administration that were tke
keynote of his utterances tbroagaont
. WhIU each aide strove te wis la
tbe mayoralty contest, their methods
nere the methods of friendly con
tenders and the detest of elthtr one
or the other, esch swore would leave
Mayor Struble's lerm'explros Jan
uary 1st. With tbo exception of
Councilman Upp, who has re.ilrned.
all councllmen will hold ottlce until
June 1 If thor so olect.
The tabulated returns on this
jitto show the successtul candidates
for council In the five city wards.
T K M
W. F. Kay, secretary of the Cen
tral Labor Council was arrested last
night on his return from a trip to
Algoma.fon u charge of violating
the corrupt practice act in connec
tion with yesterduy'a election.
Kay is accused ot circulating elec
tion llteruturo on election day.
which did not bear tbo namo ot the
publisher. Iloih charges constituto
soparate breaches of tho statute
One set of posters sot forth thn
allegation that County Judge Dun
nell and Ilurroll Short, candidate
for commissioner, were not accept
able to labor becauso they had c
Ubllshed a throe-dollar-a-day wuga
Scftlo for county work. The bill
named the pago and volume of 4he
county court Journal In which it
allegod was tho entry fixing this
Another poster sot forth "four
reasons why W. T. Loo Is not ac
ceptable to organised labcr."
Dost postors, which wore freely
circulated, bore tbe phrase "union
printed," but did not bear tho Im
print ot any particular printing
Kay was released on 1 500 bond
shortly after his arrest. Tho com
plaint against him was signed by
Wm. II. True.
The hearing of the complaint
will be held by Judge Chapman to
morrow afternoon at 3:30,
While his bond was being ar
ranged Special Officer William True
waited with a search warrant, and
when Kay was released a search or
his office waa made. Nothing was
found In the office, but In tke
council hall a '"Jug of liquid was
found. When .xturned outi It was
found to resemble 'vinegar or elder,
and witnesses 'said it was full ot
files, having evidently stood un
corked and attracted the Insects.
Tke officer tool 'tke Jug away with
him. Kay said it 'had been stand
ing in tne- room siaee some union
hold a social there. , '
Kay's poster regarding bee has
CITY REVENUE INCREASES,
SALARY RAISES SANCTIONED
Completely reversing their decision at last November's special elec
tion, local voters yesterday went on record as endorsing Increase ot
tax levy, a 20 per cent bonding II mlt and all of salary Increases recom
mended for city officials. Following Is tbe toUl on measures. Com
plete returns from flro precincts give:
Blesmlal elertiosi la November--yea, 700: no, 388.
Officers to qualify la January yes, 770: ao, 874.
All officers, except police, firemen, .tc, mast be registered yes, 708:
Fiscal year to start Jaaaary 1st yea 048; no, 387.
iMdgrt Uw, 30 per orat bondiag limit yes, 880: . 100.
Fifteen per cent bonding limit yes; 800; as, 388.
Salary raises Mayor, yea, 804: no, 984: police Judge, yes, 840, ,
300r city attorney, yea, 800, no, 000;' treasurer, yea, 877; am, 300;
physician, yea, 808; no 310; coamdJsaew, yea, 400; mo, am.
For 032,488 ur levy yes, 400; ao, 370. -
For 003,100 tax levy yea. 883; ao, 301.
(NOTE Owing to election boards In several city precincts falling to
make semi-official returns or post them at the polls, as regards the city
election The Herald waa unable to get a complete Ubalatlon, which
otherwise would have been possible. "The only office that le con
sidered doubtful, however Is tbe fifth ward councllmanshtp. Vollmer
appears to have considerable advantage.)
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No. 4 .
No. S .
No. 7. .
No. 8 ..
No. 9 .,
NOTE The ward contests for councllmen whese names aonear in
tbe above table woro as follews: First ward. Paul Bocardus and VT. 8.
Conkllng; second, J. II. Garrett. M. 8. West and Frank Miles; fourth,
C. C.Colvin, incumbent, and Bert Hawkins; fifth, Don Beldtng and J. D.
Volmer.. J. T. McCollum had no opposition In the third ward, but re
ceived a bandtome complimentary' vote and will represent that ward In
Anderson Funeral in
Mrs. P. L. Anderson loft this morn
lag for Portland accompanied by her
sister, Mrs. C. M. Wrlglft. They are
taking tbe body ot Mrs. Anderson,
who was killed on tbo McCornack
r.inch Saturday, to Portland for bur
ial. Every assistance was Motored
Mrs. Anderson, who has a smtll baby
to care for, by loggor friends ot her
husband, and by ttio American le
Tho Stolger Lumber company rals
ed 1330 for the young widow, Qulg-
lay's camp, for which the deccaacd
was working at the time .of tho acci
dent, donating 1360, and the Ameri
can legion took up a collection of
m last night. Earl Whttlock and the
Klamath Manufacturing company
I bore all funoral expanses.
AUTO VICTIM NOT IIADLV
HUItT, IlKPOItT OF HOSPITAL
Arthur Itlckotts ot 1145 Orcgcn
iitonuc. who waa run down by a
Ford car yesterday, was removed
(from tho Blackburn hospital today
to nis nonio, ana it ueuovoa to ae
in no danger of sirious complica
tions. He was run o lr yesterday
morning by some uirtMwn person.
Ilancol which mak a published
statement that Ksj tTok In tcp
much territory wl Ti tho phrase
"organised labor," tlwu-h he might
have authority to spent: for the In
ternational Union (t Tlmborwork
ers, whose Inslgna bo;h band bills
Kay declares he la mjlty of none
of the charges brought tgalnst him,
that he circulated no literature on
election day, that hntlt bills con
tained' nothing but tho truth and
that the oversight u nnt placing
the printer's tradem nk on tho bills
waa an. oversight for which he Is
He asserts that tile arrest was
"framed" by enemlci ho has made
by his political activities in the
campaign now past, ml engineered
to take place at a la' liour so as to
cause him all tho inconvenience
A fire that sUrted from unknown
causes last night destroyed several
hundred dollars worth of grain In
a granary somewhere near 730 Rec
lamation avenue, In Mills addition.
according to one of the local fire
men. The tire was extinguished In
about ten minutes after the tire
department arrived on the scene.
Flro Chief Delaney .could not be
found at the fire department up to
10:45 this forenoon; and -In his ab
sence the firemen at the city hall
said that it would be Impossible to
tell the exact location, as he was
tho only roan who had any record
Looks Like Defeat
for Low Interest Bill
Whilo a few small precincts In
the country "fell for" the low In
terest bill, the city precincts appear
to bo thumping it good and 'hard,
and It will go do,wn to defeat as far
as Klamath county Is concerned.
The state marketing bill was
swatted more or less, but will carry
In Klamath, according to, Indications.
Dims in England
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BRISTOL. England, Nov. 3,
Lucy Moore, reputed to 'be the
heaviest woman In the world, Is
dead. At one time she welfked
((8 pounds. (
Miss Moore was born in Ken
tucky, and had been In tho show
business for many years. She trav
eled all 'over the world, and was
said to have received many offers
of marriage. k
The Woman's Missionary society
of the Christian church will meet
tomorrow at 3:30 P. . M.. at the
home of Mrs. R, H, Dunbar, 480 Jef
ferson street. Members and friends
County Judge R. H. Bunnell aad
Commissioner Barrel! Short defeated
George Chaatala aad Fred Peterson
In yesterday's eleetloa by aa over
whelming majority. Defeat waa con
ceded by Ckastala saeportsrs at mid
night when th overwhelming vote
la the eastern end the city, coup
led with reports ot Bunnell and
Short majorities la big oatlyiag pre
cincts foreshadowed certain defeat,
but as time paaeed tbe majority piled
up, aad It appear peeslMe la the
face ef returns, fairly complete, that
the majority, will be aearly !. .
Jadge Bunnell, figures shew, raa
slightly behind Commleaioaer Short.
Lloyd Low aad George Ham
phrey, Incambeat, are neck aad
neck for sheriff, Ram phrey leadlag.
The raee between. Fraak fMztoa,
peed Qevstaamat, Lcfgao caadlaate.;
waa catered aa aa ladepndeat.eea- t
tender, a few weeks before .iomlaa-, '
tloaa cloaed. over C. R? DeLap, la
cambent, who had both repablleaa .
aad democratic nominations, was oae -
of the. surprises of tha eleetloa. , i
Bunnell and Short carried Sextoa
to victory with them. It seems cer
tain, although the race Is so close
that final count may awing the pen
dulum either way. Mr. DeLap waa
i& vote behind, with favorable
precincts to hear from.
Wm, Duncan, the present district
attorney has apparently,, been de
feated by C. C Brower, who haa a
lead of more than leo-vetea. ,
Reports from 31 -out ot the .conn-
ty'a 38 precinct, with 36 complete
and tbe 'others partial, this after
noon 'gave, Brewer-'-i,088" and Dua
can 974; Bunnell 1,(98, Chasta'a
1.144; Peterson 1,182, Short 1,788;' .
Humphrey 1,434, Low 1,403',-DeLap
1,(34, Sexton 1,(53. ' ' '
Austrian Government ,
Faces Huge Deficit
.VIENNA. November' 3. A
deficit for the current year of 1$,
000,000,000 crowns is admitted by
tbe finance department. Other es
timates, however, place It at a much
larger figure, In view ot the con
stant demands ot sUte employes
for increased wages and allowances
which the government must con
cede. Replying to a delegation of civil
servants the government admitted
that there were 60,000 more em
ployers on the payroll at present
than than were covered In the es
timates. Also It was confessed that
It was next to Impossible to reduce
tke list and throw these people Into
the ranks ot the unemployedwlth .
the approach of winter.
Bl'HINKSH MEN WILL
, BANQUET FRIDAY EVENING
The Business Men's association
will hold Its regular monthly meet
ing and banquet Friday evening at
o'clock, November 6th, at the
White Pelican hotel. Matters ot
Importance to the 'association will
he discussed, and because of this all
members are urged to be present.
The lectures and slide for the
Newell Dwight HllUs lecture to be
given at the Presbyterian church
tomorrow night; under the auspices
ot the American Legion have at
ready arrived. They will bo givea 5 4
v a tr. im, v l
There win be no -admission i
charge, as It Is desired to have as?
large a number aa possible, attaad. '
These lectures have beea, given to ?
large audiences in tno east and i
middle wast, and have prove a big J.
been attacked by thai Culinary Al-
are Invited te he present.
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