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Watch the FlgFit for Fiat Salaries.
Tom0rr6to, Warmer And showery.
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8ALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1902.
Jrav , JnL. itt, SB ' -f
) Straw hats
mmSiL-'V6!! fr l,rw? ?Br ?"'' w'Je brims for comfort.
Sroat variety of shapes and prices for you to select from.
You're Alfssingr an Opportunity of Getting Fine
Clothing at Racket Prices
Becniuo tl ey liavo worn tliem, Ien't it about time you were trylug a pair?
Ttn?.M ,u.p.?J.?ar.',,oe b'"8 " you ,l0- We'ro Pro"d of onr sP'l"b' l"P o'
Nh,2 S SHIRTS. Beauties ot 50c; finer grades at COc, 76c, l)5c.
Made. 1 f fino quality Madras cloth, lc. They're aolng to he worn thN Hiiin
mor becaupo they're practical. You'd better get a pair. Another larirn ship-
r1",' r:t,ivcu oi muuuns, LACES AMD EMBRO DERIES- W'o un
,Mr!Lrr8.,.,lflr Btoro1' from " l0 30 "er cont on ll" Huoi? LADIES' AND
miiii o runiiiaiunus vf fcYfcMY
THE NEW YORK RACKET
anl""'8 Oliaapeot Ona-Pflop Oaah Stora.
E. T. BARNES
fl CM Glass Riddle
Clark's Out Glaes, of which wo havo the oxcltiaivo salo in Salem, is a riddlo.
I a prico is less than tho usual, yet none but the expert coi.ld detect the slightest
difference lu flnonoaa or finish. Tho anmo delicacy and bo-uity is them, yet at
considerable smaller coat A now shipment is Just in, comprising a multit-Jdo of
charming pieces. We would much like to havo you soo them.
Barr's Tewelry Store .
Cor., Slate and Liberty Sta., Salem. traders In Low Pilce-.
Good Spirits to Help
Trove effective whenever every othor
remedy falls. And "a little liquor now
aud then la relished by the best of
men," particularly If it a anything like
our flno old pure Tom Howe whlkey
the bent on tho market. Wo handle all
the leading brand of wines and liquors.
Bottled expressly for family and medic
inal tires. Purity and quality guaran
teed Goods and prices right.
J. P. ROGERS, ?l"ui
Wholesale and Retail Llauor Dealer
cohhioht' vfWiTu M
Have You Ever Tried Salem's Botanical 'Doctor?
Ho absolutely cures cancers, tu
mors, gravel, kidney and bladder trou
bles, bono dlseasoa, asthma, skin dis
insections. My Dear Friend:
You must boar In mind that this
medlclno la not a poisonous tonic, nor
a stimulant, nor a temporary relief,
which you get from poisonous drugs,
whore tho rosults are sure doath soon
er or lator. Those poisons go in your
bones and destroy tho lifo of them
and create all kinds of dlseasos, can
cerous tumors, consumpUpn, dropsy,
bono diseases, etc. Do not blamo tho
modlclno whon It take an effect and
stirs up tho poisons or dlsoaso In the
system. You must not oxpect to be
cured In a few days, for your sickness
or dlsoaso haa boon a long time com
ing on, and It will tako a long time
in pot it out of vour system. It will
tako months or a year to build up a J
n. ua.. rAM f.A hnniui tin rThIa is
UBW uuujr iiuw w mmmvw r- - --.
what tho people do not understand.
Read the Above
is no lveara blue Slondav with
IU heat and ateam and kindred
aunoyanca. Tlnto bonfekeprd
who value a good retraxt ran
make the work lighter with gas
range, as it eavae tiros ami labor
aa well aa fael. Iu faeWiiiea for
all kiuda of ortiiuir are i,fioit-iy
Boptrior to coal raugtta orttove-
SALEM GAS LIGHT CO.
Phone 663. 4 Chemeketa St
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Time is Precious
And bo is n reliable time piece. Watches
and clocks purchased at O. T. Pomm
oy's are always accurate timekeepers
and require the least repairs, with ordi
nary careful usage, They can always be
depouded on. We nro felling a Wal
tham or Elgin movement in a 20 year
gold filled case at $12.60. Wh can fur
nish any style of caso.
C. T. Pomeroy
288 Com'l St. Watchmaker, Optician
i eases all without tho use ot tho knife
lor poisonous nlnorals or mineral of
They are used to being humbugged.
My medicines are composed of na
ture's herbs what the human system
requires. When tho animals get sick
they will holp thomselvoa to those
herbs, for they havo tho lnBtlnct, and
the people havo not, bo wo have to
mako a study of It It has been a life
Btudy with mo. Do not got weary;
this llfo la too ahort and too sweet to
worry out of this world.
Dr. Cook cures all kinds of diseases.
Dr. J. F. COOK, 301 Liberty St., 8a
lem, Ore, Is the man you ought to
consult Ho Is a natural doctor. He la
deacended from a line of German herb
alists, tho beat phyalclans In the
Thin la hla fourth year In Salem, and
acorea of patients and frlenda can iea-
tlfy to hla skill In their caaea
A new drink at
Open till 12 p. m
U State Street.
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BANCROFT OPTICAL CO.
ror-ifit. Sakai. Ortcea
ir vv "
Wc da oar owa
AlMort ay bm kaowa more than
hi. toUw- ill h forty "
ienoraat and ht to l
That u tWkwrirf yft8
Iolitt tab saya.
Puts Chamberlain Two
Except Steiwer for Sheriff
Alay Be Defeated.
Tho Journal has had some houqucU
on tho cloctlon, but one friend tickled
tho editor to tho ends of his toes by
brlnuiiiK In a Btrawbdsry about as big
as ft canary bird, saying: "That's a
In this precinct Ed. Morgan, Repub
lican, is olected Justlco of tho peace
ovor Squlro O'Donald, whllo John Low
Is, Domocrat, Ib elected over Irwin by
a good mnjorlty.
Den Colbath is to bo congratulated
upon his flue race, and ho will with
out a doubt make a gooil sheriff, as ho
has n deputy during tho past four
yenrs. Tho fact that ho was con
nected with tho administration In
power whllo tho county debt was be
ing wiped out gnvo him great strength,
asldo from his personal following. Mr.
Stolwor mado a clean canvass, and hns
tho satisfaction of an (indorsement nt
homo. Under other conditions he
would have boon elected easily.
With tho exception of Mr. Steiwer
and Justice O'Donnld, Tho Journal's
entire ticket wan oloctod In this
Salem No. 1.
Republican ticket about 70 nhead;
Chntnherlnln 88. Furnish 81, Geer 120,
Wood 39. Godfrey 93. Whitney C7.
John Lewis carries precinct.
Salem No. 2.
Chamberlain 1G3, Furnish 201, Bonn
279. Bonham 93, Torlguo 281, Weather-
ford 101. Gcor 240, Wood 72, Godfroy
108. Whltnoy 173, Crolsan 228, Farrar
257. Dlmlck 77, McMahan 108; ropro
sentullvo ticket altout 4 to 1 Ropub
llrnn; county Ilopuhllcnn ticket about
3 to l, excepting Bliorirr, which wan
Colbath 124, Stolwor 217.
Salem No. 3.
Chamberlain SG, Furnish 92, Bonn
137, Dunbar 120, Moore 130. Ackormnu
129, Godfrey 83, Whitney 77, Geer 123,
Wood 12. Hobaon 100. Crolsan 109,
Farrar 118, Jeffroy GS, McMahan 68;
roflt of ticket about 12G to 10 Demo
cratic. Salem No. 4.
Total vote 362. Chamberlain 188,
Furnish 139. Bean 221, Uonhnm -90.
Oeer 213. Wood 06. Hobson 192, Jeff
rey 106. Crolsan 172. Farrar 209, McMahan-
120. Davey 220, IjiFollot 200,
Judd 192. Kay 210. Simmons 188. Sint
er 102. Godfroy 186. Whitney 110, Col
bath 161, Steiwer 148.
Chamberlain 104, Furnish 46, Roan
73, Ilonhnm. 08. Godfrey 80. Whltnoy
63, Tongue 76. Weathorford 06; Repub
lican legislative ticket 70, Democratic
legislative ticket about fit), Prohibition
ist 12, Colbath 100. Stolwer 10. A. I).
Pettyjohn, roail supervisor. 6 major
ity, (leer 92, Woods 40.
Bean 47, Bonham 30, Tongue 4S,
Weatherford 17. Godfrey 22, Whitney
30. Geer 49. Wood 13. Hobson 46. Jeff
rey 21. Crolsan 39, Farrar 41, Dlmlck
18, McMahan 23; Republican reprosen
attlve ticket elected by about 30 ma
jority; county Republican ticket by
about 20 majority.
Chamberlain 69, Furnish 80, Ryan 1,
Hunaaker 1. Geer 09, Wood 13, Jeffrey
16. Crolsan 28. Farrar 40, Dlmlck 42.
McMahan 60. Godfrey 42, Whitney 3S,
Colbath 60, Steiwer SS.
Chamberlain 71. Furnish it. Bean
96, Iionham 67. Gear -6. Woods IS;
legislative, Republican, about 90, Dem
ocratic alKMit 40, Colbatli 59, Steiwer
chamberlain 72, Furnlah 76. Iifaa
S5. Bonham 61. Godfrey 53, Whitney '
72 Tongue 83. Weatherford Jj;Oee
Are, jfraeer's 1
$1.00 and $1.25
I Sbirt HClaists I
I tlfoe Xabies' Btore I
Elected Governor by Plurality of From Three to Five Thousand The Popular Candidate Carries
Nearly Every County in the State-Republicans Carry Rest of State Ticket With Possible jExceptlon
of Whitney-Godf re for State Printer Gets Big Republican Vote-Labor Vote Would Carry Him Through.
SG, Wood 4S, Hobaon 77. Joftroy tiS,
Crolsan 70. Farrnr
Mnhan C2; Ropubllc
county ttckota oloctod
rnnfflntr from HO to 40. oxcont Sheriff,
which wa: Colbnth fC, Stolwor 73,
Chamberlain 71), Furnish 12. Godfrey
98, Whltnoy JO.
Chaihborlnln 80, Fttrniah C7j Rapu
llcau lee slntlvo t cket by niajorlU
irom GO to GO; Colbath 85, Stolwor W
St. Paul. '
Chamberlain CO, Furnish 47.
Bean 30, Bonham 20, Godfroy 20
Whltnoy 22, Tonguo 30, Woathorforv
14, Geer 35, Wood 9, Hobson 24. Jeff
roy 23, crolsan so, Farrar zi, uimiai
20, McMahan 14 ; Republican roproscn
tatlvo ticket olected by 15 majority;
Republican county ticket by about 10
with oxcontlon of sheriff, whicn
Coluath 38, Stolwor 10.
Chamberlain 79, Furnish 48, Bean
80, Bonham 40, Housou 03, Joffroy &ai
crolsan os, i-arrar u&, AicAionnn oui
lcglslatlvo and county ucKct auou
samo; Colbath 09, Steiwer 54; Gcor 8tJ
Wood 33, Roovea 72, Royal DO.
Chamberlain G9, Furnish 17.
Chamberlain 110, FurnlBh 71.
Chamberlain 44, Furnish G3.
Chamberlain 143, Furnish 120.
Chnmherlaln 97, Furnish 49.
Chnmhorlaln SO, Furnish 07.
Chnmherlaln 13. Furnish 70.
Chamberlain 30, Furnish 13.
Chamberlain 59, Furnish 32.
Marion County .
Colbath has 63 majority, with 131k
hom, Mai Inn nut! Silver Falls to hear
from, nnd tho Republicans concede
his election by about GO majority over
President of Oberlin Dead.
Oborlln, O.. Juno 3. President
John Honry Barrows, of Oborlln Col
lege, tiled nt 2: GO o'clock thl morn
ing. O '
WARION COUNTY VOTE 3V.
Cast at the June and November Elec
tions In 1900.
Buttevllle . . .
Hnglewoud . .
Scotta Mills .
Mt Auuel . . .
Salem No. 1 .
Salem No. 2 .
Salem No. 3 .
Salem No. 4 .
Hast Salem .
Silver Falls .
S. Kllverton .
N. Sllverton .
Sllverton . . .
8t Paul ....
Sublimit)1. . . .
i ew Park . . .
Ifidwln Sharp, of the Weet Coast
ami PiltfMt Knilllll I.tlltlllHrillBH. Ta.
coma, was In tlie lty Unlay, to call on
bleold ItoKota nemnnor, Juage uenry.
JC IU I J fcLJI
ion 77. Jortroy us,
Journal specials from most of tho
counties in the state Indicate that tho
majority for Gertrgo K. Chnrnbotlatn
will reach B000, and mny bo greater.
Theao returns nro rollirblo, and nro
not doctored or colored In any Intor
est. Tho leglslntuto will bo vory closo,
but enough Is known Hint both houses
will be controlled by majorities ngnlnst
the Si'ott-Fulton-Furnlsh oomulno.
Following nro latest retuniB by
counties received at thin office teday:
McMlnnvllo. Juno 3. Out of a total
of 21 precincts, Incomplete returns
from one that gnvo Geer 377, King 305,
give FurnUh 182. Chamberlain 207.
Congressman Tonguo, Republican, Is
receiving IiIh pnrty voto. nnd will car
ry the county by 150. For county of
ficers tho Republicans elect J. L. Hon
kins, recorder; II. 7.. Foster, treasur
er; C. 10. Branson, nmvoyor. Tho
Democrats elect R. I.. Booth, commlB
slouor. Tho voto on Judgo, sheriff nnd
clerk Is vory close. Tho Democrats
appear to bo In tho lead In tho pre
cincts hoard from, but no roturnn havo
boon rccttlvod from tho enst end of tho
county, which is tho Republican
Indications now aro that Chamber
Inln will carry Yamhill county by nt
lonst 100 majority. But fuw straight
tlckctH wore cnBt, tho Gcor olomont
supporting Chnmhorlaln. Tho election
was the most hotly contested In tho
history of tho county.
Heppner, June 3. Out of a total of
nine precincts, lucompleto returns
from oiin nnd complete returns from
eight, that gave Geer 100 majority
over King, gave Chnmberlnln 373, Fur
nish 344. Tho leglslntlvo nomlneos
probably elected are Scrlber and
1'lu'lps, Republicans. For congress
man the county goes for Williamson.
Tho county officials probably oloctod
are: Rhutt, for sheriff, by a majority
of at least 160; Cinwford, for county
clerk; l.ltchtonthnl, for county treas
urer; Sailing for uBBoHHnr all Repub
licans. Furnloh's Home County.
Pendleton, Juno 3. Chamhurlnln'H
plurality In tho county will bo 300, Ra
loy 260. Tho Domocrntts elect county
tlokot, with tho exception of recorder,
commissioner nnd-coronon "Tho l)em
oornts elect Plorco Joint senator,
Smith for senator, Blakeley for rep
resentative. Tho Republicans elect
probably ono representative by n
small plurality. Matlock, Joint repre
sentative, In doubt. Chuneott favor
Ashland, Or., Juno 3.-11:14 a. m. -Out
of 33 preelnctH 18 heard from glvo
Chnmherlaln 1091, Furnish 1090. Pre
cincts yot to hoar from will glvo
Chumborlaln a majority of 100. Tho
Democratic legislative tlokot from
Jackson county Is oloctud, oxcoptlng
12. V. Carter, Republican, oloctod ovor
Noll, for Aonator. Tho ontlro Demo
cratic ticket Is elected, excepting Pat
tornon for supervisor, and Applegate
for recorder. GKO. C. STANM3Y.
So far iiH-eouuted Chnmherlaln has
1090, Furnish 827.
F. S. NUTTING.
Chamberlain's plurality In I.lun 260.
Jeffrey, for senator, 60 plutullty.
N. M. DAVHNPORT.
It Is uetlmnted now thut Furnish
will carry the county by ubout 100.
J. 0. BOOTH.
So far a counted Chamberlain's
pluiallty Is 410, but will probably
reach over 60. MOBU FUCH8.
Ccmplete ruturns from Washlniftnu
ronnty kivea Furnish 267 majority.
JOHN W. WAI.I
Ryan Behind Hunaaker.
Woodhiirn precinct vote on hov
ornor: Chamberlain IIS. Furnish IK,
Hunaaker 20, Rynu 19.
Latest in Umatilla;
Uniatlllii nvm Chamberlain about
217 majority. J. K. UVTIIROP.
T.irm Colored Reports.
(" lu, lug mporut are nut teltl
orud rl u' le, aa they are from the
Oregon City. June 2. -Incomplete
reports from only four precinct that
Have Geer 622 and King 283 give Fur
nish 106 and Chamberlain 110. It Is
probable that r"nrHlh will carry the
county by 200 to SOO. gtate Senator
Brownell Ik elected by about 400 plu
rality, and will carry OrejfOH City by
over SOO. The RetMibllcaiw will prob
ably elect all Uiaee member of the
legislature. G. I Hedge. Pueton nom
inee for repreeewlaUve, la ruHHlag
ahead of hie tlrket
Astoria. June 3. Out of a total of
20 prwlr.cta, Ineoniplete reiunw from
seven precinct and complete returHe
from eight preelncte that wve Geer
mo and King 684 ($tve Fwrnlah 7
and Chamberlain 06. C. W. Fulton.
Republican. C W. Carnahan, Republt
ean, and John Hakn. OtUxenif, are
probably elected to the llJalure. It
ie too early to eetlmate Ue county
tteket. llioegh the RtublleaH prob
ably elect nearly alL
StHn. June 2. One hundred and
seventy out of 181 votee In South flu
gene. No 2, Hive Chamberlain 08.
Fumleh M The vote bet wee Kuy
keadall aad Trarie. for tmwUtr. U
cioee. The rewalnder of twe city, e
far ae ( oat led, U mkH Reeukllcun. I
the KKeptkHt of Deflator . la probably
elected The vote was the heaviest
. t - j
Portland, Juno 3. George K. Chnm
berlnln will bo tho noxt govornor of
OroKou. This- much la decided, al
though many ot tho othor offices are
still uncertain. Jacksono county nnd
tho old Ropubllcnu strongholds, llko
Marlon and Polk countlos, havo gono
Domociutlo and Furnish hnH received
a crushing defont In his own county,
Umatilla. Multnomah, too, la uuro to
give nt least 500 majority, nnd Repub
licans havo long sluco given up nil
hope of Btommtng tho Udo of defeat.
Republicans, bowovor, will olect othor
Portland. Juno 3. Chnmhorlaln
loads by 600. lumnn gaining fast, and
n piobablo wlnnur. Citizens' candi
dates genorally gaining. Umatilla,
Jackson, Polk, Josephlno for Chnmhor
laln. Geer Is getting good support
hero for Honator. Lnno Is llbily to
bent McGinn for senator.
F. J. WILSON.
Later from Douglas.
DouclnH rnunlv will ulvn Rlinnilinr.
lain 160 majority. O. P. COSIIOW.
Claim Josephlno for Furnish.
(Scrlpps Nowa Agonoy.)
Ashlnnd, Or., Juno 3. Furnish will
carry Josophlno county by a majority
or 125, railing nearly 200 behind his
party voto. Tonguo will reoolvo n mn
jorlty of 200.
The boat uvnllnblo majorltloe. wltn
closo eatlmntufl on precincts not heard
from, lu thin county, nro as follews:
Chnmhorlaln 350, Farrar GOO, Crolsan
and Hobson 500, Roland nnd Lumbko
1000 to 1200; Ropubllcnu legislative
ticket 700 to 900; state printer even.
Balnnco of Ropubllcnu tlckot from 500
Reduced In Coos.
Indications from nlno preotnetfl out
of 20 Bhow Furnish enrrloa county by
I no. COAHT MAIU
Sonntor Kolly Is reported defeatod
lu I .Inn county by 12 votes, nnd Clias.
Burggraf, Republican, for representa
tive niei'toil ly small mnjorlty.
Lateat on Wasco.
Tho Dalles, 5ino 3. Cotnjduta ro
turrikTrorrriRonlvor20 nreclnctH glVo
Chnmborlatn 880, Furnish 833. The
balance of tho stnto tlokot Is Rnnuhll-
can by 270 to 300. Tho leglslntlvo tlck
ot Is Ropubllcnu by 150 to 350. Tho en
tire Republican county ticket, except
treasurer nnd nssossor olected.
Dr. Lane Leading.
Portland, Juno 3. Only 10 poi ducts
comploto of Portland glvo Chamborlnln
a big load. lumnn for mayor, and
I.nno for senator are loading.
Later from Douglas.
Roeeburg. June 3. Chnmberlnln
carries Douglas county by 200 to 400.
Tho DomncrntH olect nsHossor mid cor
oner. Tho election was quiet, with a
full voto. Tho returns are slow.
Close for Kuykendall,
Kugauo, Juno 3. Incomplete returns
from I.nno county give Furnish and
tho ontlro Ropubllcnu state ticket
small majorities. Harris, Shelley and
KdwardH. Republicans, nro ulected rep
nwentatlvwi. Vory olo between
Tinvls mid Kuykendall for senator.
The roHiilt In Clackumus county le
ho closo no returns aro received. An
unolllclnl report says Ruimtor Brow
nell Is defeated too good to be-true.
Waaco la Safe.
Tho Dnlleu, June 3. Incomplete re
turns from ten precincts of Waeco
ceunty: Chnmherlaln 200, Furnlnh
340. These returns are from Republi
can precincts. The county Is safe for
Geer Polling Big. Vote.
Portland. June 3. Governor Geer,
candidate for popular vote for United
Hlatee Keuator, Itt polling an ennrmmiH
vote, and running ahead of Wood,
Result on Wednesday.
Portland, June . At noon only pah
Unl eleetlon return are received in
the city of Portland, and are not yet
completed. IfuouHh la known from
the Interior of the slate to Indicate
that the election la clime on vote of
Chamberlain for governor. RepHibll
raus concede hie election. The other
etate olllcfre and eougreiHimen are Re
publican. Inman, pemocrat, leads
Williams. Republlran. for muyof of
Portland Accurate reenlta will not
be known before tomorrow.
Ship Passengers Witness
Eruption from Cook Inlet
Seattle. June i. Pnaeeuaere from
Cook Inlet who arrived by the Chieo
confirm prevloue minora of another
eruption of nedoubt volcano, which Js
eltuated oh the weet Hide, abttut 16
inllee nettheaat of lllamna. Among
them waa A. C. Loeey. of Tacoma, who
has been in the employ of the Tratw
Alaeka CowiwHy. who aaw the pre
ent emHou. lie willed trwan IMamiut
en the mornlnc of the bin of May, at
which polet only heavy smoke waa to
be keen In the direction of Redoubt,
but which they knew meant that the
volcano was at It again. Precipitous
mountains shut oft tho view until tho
Chlco arrived 20 miles or bo on tho
trip up tho Inlet whon tho show be
camo qulto thrilling, Donso black
clouds covered tho ontlro region,
spreading mitlroly ovor Cook Inlet,
which la there upward of 40 mllos
across. At tlmoa tho amoko directly
ovor tho volcano region was lighted to
a dark gray, but no flames were soon
during tho day, and no ashes ronchod
tho Bhlp; but when ovonlng fall, bright
flnmos flashed up and lighted tho
wholo Bky in that direction. Tho
Blilp's courso out of tho Inlet left tho
volcano directly to tho westward, nt
which point Mr. Losoy saya thoro
scorned to bo a continuous Bhoot of
flro rising. It Boomed but a fow hun
dred feot In tho air, but which nt tho
dlatanco waa doubtless mllos high.
The bcoiio wns watched until ahut out
by tho horizon.
Oregon Supreme Court.
Tho bu promo court today handed
down seven opinions, of which four
wore ntllrmed, nH follews:
Reynolds vs. Serlbor. from Union
county, ntllrmed, by Chief Justlco
Stnto vb. Howard, Baker comity, re
versed nnd remanded; opinion by
Chlof Justlco Bonn.
Coughnnhour vs. Hutchinson, Union
county; nulrmod; opinion by Chlof
Brown vn. Caso, Multnomnh count),
rovorscd nnd dismissed; opinion by
Justlco Moooro. .
U. 8. Mtg. & Trust Co. vs. Marquam,
Multnomah county, affirmed; opinion
by Justlco Wolvorton.
U. 8. Mtg. & Trust Co. vs. Marquam,
Multnomnh county, nftlrmod; opinion
by Justlco Volvorton.
Carroll vh. Nodlno, Union county,
revorsod; opinion by Justice Wolvor
ton. Motion to recall mandnto denied In
Buttorlck vs. Richardson.
Tho court today announced Hint ov
ery membor of tho class of 21 young
men taking tho oxnmliintlou last wook
for admission to the bar, wore suc
Chamberlain for Governor In
Nearly Every County.
Mondny night Tho Journal sent
when to ovary county fur an oxtra edi
tion, nnd had Its news bulletined nt
Hotel Wlllauiottu for tho enjoyment ot
tho crowds ungnr for nown.
The Journal phiued no reliance on
the Associated Prous reports from
Portland, and tho telegrams were soon
pouring lu from all parts of tho statu,
and thoy were ull of ono tenor n
sweeping victory for Geotgo 10, Chnni
burlnln, for governor, In overy county
of any size lu the stnto.
At 11 p. m. came tho concession of
the Oregoulnu that FurnlBh was de
feated nnd tho shouting raised tho
iciof or the hotel.
I.ator uewH will ho found nlsuwhore
today In this paper nil nrlvnto direct
telegnniiH from responsible pnrtlofl.
Portland, Juno 2.11 p. m. Oregon-
Inn concede Chnmberlulii'H uluutlon.
Great Jubilation here, lumnn running
well. Cltlieim' ticket mnkiiiK great
Willi- V. J. WILSON.
The Dnlleu: Incomplete return h
fiom ten preolncta glvo Chumborluln
S00, Furnlah 310. The returns are from
the strongest Rtmubllsau preolncts;
county wtfe for Cliuiiiberlnlu.
P. O. MAIRI8.
HeMliurg: a even preelncU give
Ohumberlnlii 17S majority. At the
name rate the county will give htm
300. O. P. GOfllOW.
Medferd: Chamberlain Is running
ubout 8 per cent ahead of hla ticket;
we elect sheriff, clerk and one repre
sentative, and probably senator, and
the other u little mare than half done
counting. II. MATT.
I h Grande: Chamberlain's lead In
Union county not iMg than 700.
Pendleten: Umatilla county will
Mlve Chamberlain 300 majority.
COUNTf JUDflH HARTMAN.
iliiribUeld: First 4 vetee: Geer
SO, Wood 18. OhamberwlH and Pur
ulah SO each.
CorvaMe- fix pee ted Chamberlain
will carry CurvalUa. Oeer earrled
alty by lis mujorlty In 1S98,
ituge: iiajfleenaiii miming
away ahead of ticket Will carry Ifu
aeue ey 300.
Grant I&ee: Oil
carry coumy by HfiH
HueetiHrK: R.veA jmtA&el Will
give Oliataberlaln Jt WW eaery
county by 300.
The DaIIm: Waa afey far Ohajn-
Ontario' One-third of the preelncU
n is majflrity.
WIUU It. KING.
Independxiuv Polk eouttty Hives
(Obamberlalu 137 majority.
D. W. 88AR8.
; Cervallta: Mvery lutReaUtm Cham-
iberlalR carries Benton.
U. r. 1RV1NH.
County Majorities Re
ported and Figured
Show Chamberlain About
Two Thousand Ahead
Many Counties Are. Conceded
I Following are reported and oatl
mated majorities on governor by coun ceun
Olnakamas . .
Josephlno . . ,
Klamath . . . ,
Morrow ... .
Multnomnh . ,
Mra. Nation Pardoned.
Topokn. Kan., Juno 3. Mm. Cnrrlo
Nation walked from tho Shawneo
county Jull yesterday ft froo woman.
Governor Stanley Issued hor a full
pardon, nlao remitted tho 3100 flno.
Mrs. Nation waa Imprisoned on May
lflth, on tho proved charge of smash
ing stored saloon fixtures. Hho was
to servo 30 days nnd the flno at SI
Lucky Harry Percy.
Kdltor Jeurnal: I am ho pleased
with Dr. Darrlnn treatment for deaf,
tioss that 1 wish all to know of my
experience. For aomo time I havo
bean doaf, until It beeamo ho trouble
Homo I could not attend to my voca
tion as n musician. Dr. Darrln cured
mo with electricity and a alight opor
ntlon. In 20 minutes. Rofor to mo at
Mrs. Miller's, Commercial atroot Ba
lorn. HARRY PERCY.
154 State St.. Phone 2874.
vyi i'H nraumj
A Rousing Sale of
We have a big line ot odd nulla,
one and two of a kind, for youths
from IX to IK yeara of age at
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f B 00 6UITH RItlHJOF.I TO. tt 00
$ 1 60 gUl'i'a RKDUUKUTO .15 00
i U 00 SUITS RKDU0K1) TO. SO 00
i 10 co surra rrduokd to. .ti 67
ttf 60 SUITS KKOUCKD TO IS 31
8eru;w, WorvtinU, Mlmrf, 4
W a great offer. Coins w4 tevveett
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