Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 04, 1914, Page SIX, Image 6

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SOME OF THESE
OLD LETTERS
ARE FOOLISH,
ROXANNA!
One Sunk, One Burned and
Two Forced to Take Ref
uge In Chilean Port
London, Nov. 4. Hefiiito now wns
till lacking today concerning the. fnt
of tlic llritish cruiser flood IIopo,
which wan in flames when lout seen off
Wie Cliili'iiii roast, following the 011
Ciigcmcut with the German cruisers
Onoisounu, Scbarnhnrst, Dresden, Niirn
berg and Eeipsic, in which tlu llritish
awtser Monmouth was sunk nml the
nniiwr Glasgow ami I hi- supply ship
1 Otrnnto were forced to take refuge i"
!
(Miilonn ports,
I'l'lic German quintet of fighting vcs
Hol'n, wliii'li put into Valparaiso, wiienee
wv of tli fight reached here, were
understood to have left again today
af tor fit U in k 1,11 '(ial and provisions. It
was stated that they wor little
damaged.
All 011 bon i1 tho Moiimoiilli wero be-
lie veil to huve perished and it was
taken fur grouted that the burning
Good Hope win also oonipletely 1U1
Ntroved wilh the loss of its entire crow
1 lie IllllSgow, Wlllcn WIIS 11111 IV tin in-
aged, nnd tlin Otrnnlo were said to he
respectively in Cornel hay anil at
I'uerto Montt, where, it whs expected
they would lie Interned. They escaped
dost ruction liy virtue ol the superior
iioecil.
The linllle occurred Sunday lint wns
not reported until the (lernian cruisers
michcd Milpnrniso Tuesday.
L. M. HUM
Care of
YICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine and
Tea Company
Has medicine which
will cure any known
disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 28;).
30 ACRE SNAP
jf sold this week. I will sell at a real
Miicrll'ieo, 30 neres on Howell l'rnlrlo,
Hie real cream of all Oregon soil, rlih,
deep, Mark loam, all under cultivation;
ill fenced with wuven wire, some stock,
implements and part of the crop In.
Most bountiful view, Price, K.il per
Hero; terms.
CHOICE 5-A. TRACT
11 acres all under oultlvallun, near
nr line and ichool. I'rleit 12") per
m re; K0 down, bnliiticc to suit.
MODERN BUNOALOW.
This up to date modern fl romn
iriluw In a good locution. I'ih
week only 1300, on easy terms.
Clinics vacant Ms,
Flna Hop yard.
Good Tritno much
Finn Stock fnnn,
House for Dent,
Mo nor to Loan,
Wrllo Insnraiica.
linn
this IJioperly lo V
change for what jou
Want,
Tot Bargalut Cl) On
BECHTEL & BYNON,
817 STATE STREET.
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' . -I cnniiot tinderstniul the Vute," St, Psul, Minn,, Nnv, 4. The woman
messed is the msn who expects was Hie only statement which repnb i suffrage anieiidinetit In both North Da
nothing but advica from his relillves, llenn headquarters would make. "We kotn and South was defeated, according
for that is about all he'll g.it, are waiting to hear from Mr, I'reder- j to latest returns todnv.
S If IeL) V ' YU CANT BEAT THEM F03 LETTER WRITING. Jy
WELL, I'M NOT TELLING!
ONE 15 FROM A NINETY
YEAR OLD BACHELOR,
ANOTHER, FROM A
DOG CATCHER, AND
THEY'RE
NOT ALL
LOVE
LETTERS,
ARE THEY?
THIS ONE
FROM AN
$
THE NEWGOVERNORS
Governors were elected as fol
lows Tuesday:
Arizona George W. P. Ifunt,
democrat.
Alabama Charles Henderson,
deniorcnt.
California Hiram Johnson,
progressive.
Colorado George Carlson, re
publican. Connecticut Marcus Molcomb,
republican.
lie .
Georgia Nate Hums, dem
ocrat. Idaho Moses Alexander,
democrat.
Iowa George W, Clarke, re
publican. Kansas Arthur Capper, re
publican. M nssacliiiset ts Da v id Walsh,
democrat.
Minnesota Winfield Hani
moiid, democrat.
Mich it'll n WoodhriJgc Ferris,
democrat,
New Hampshire It. II.
Jlinuhling, republican.
Nebraska John A. Morehead,
democrat.
New York Charles S. Whit
man, republican.
North Dakota T.ou Is Haniia,
republican,
Ohio Frank B. Willis, re
publican. Oregon James Withyeoiulio,
republican.
Pennsylvania Dr. Martin
Driiinhiingh, republican.
Ilhii'le Island- It, Livingston
lleekiiiau, republican.
South Cnrollna It. J. Man
ning, democrat.
Tennessee. Thomas C. Rye,
democrat.
Texas James E. Ferguson,
democrat.
Vermont Charles W, flntes,
republican.
Wisconsin Emanuel E. Phil
Ipps, republican,
Wyoming H. H. Kl'lgely, re
publican. (Oklnhoinn, Nevada and South
Dakota not yet decided,)
COLORADO REPUBLICAN.
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Denver, Colo., Nov. Keliirns Prom
yesterday's election received today
show a republican landslide which car
ried Into ollice nearly every cniuliilMc
on that ticket, headed by George Carl
son lor governor.
Th" fight between the wets and ilrys
is very close ami probably will require
the iill'icial count to determine the e
suit.
Carlson's pluralily probably will be
about 2'i,0Uil. These results were hull
ealeil on nil unofficial count ol II pic
cincls In Denver county ami partial re
tnius I'ioiii 31 other coutilies in th'
slnte, The count mi far as it has pro
ceed 'd i hows:
Fur governor --I 'in Ihoii, republican,
43,071; Costignn, progressive, N,W.I;
I'atlerson, democrat, 27,242.
For I ' ii (It'll Stales setinlor Wm k, re
piihlli nn, l7,H3tlj Thomas, ilemocial, HI,
221; Gritlith, progressive, .Hull.
Incomplete returns I'ioiii three quar
ters of the precincts In Hie Flr.t con
gressional district (Denver) liuliculoit
the eleeliuu of llillianl, deinocral, llu
coiigiess by about 20011.
OHIO AI.ii REPUBLICAN.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 4.- Governor
Jiiiiici M. Cox ii. .milled tit M o 'cluck
this luuiniug his ileleul lur reeleiliou
by Frank Willis, republican. He sent a
mcsnigc of cnngralulaluin tu his sue
eessl'ul rival.
Tiubiy's returns iiidirnlcd repulill
can 'iiiuMlilc In Ohio. Willis' plurality
Hi's cHlnuiled al lO.iHUI In m.UUO.
Wnrien llanliiig, republicnii I'm
Tinted Slates senator, in eleeled liv
7.1.UU0 pbnality. The entire republicnii
slate ticket also vi Miccoml'ul,
At least 10 of Ohio's 22 congiesincn
will be repubili mis, compared with 10
ilemociiils ami three republicans In toe
lust i until cl.
The piohiiiiliini, woman suffrage ami
tnvitiuu amendments were overwhelm
ingly defeated.
Four filths of the progressive vole
of two years ago euliielv illsiippeared.
apparently being captuied ,v the ri
publicans,
CONCKDE IT IS JOHNSON,
Sun Francisco, Nov. 4.
l.oenl repnb-
llcan heililiiuailers here ncknoivledued
tod'O' that ii t it i u Juhii II. FrederliVs,
repiiblleiiii, ciiiidlilule fur governor, has
' noon decisively detested.
TFT -"TV fPf-AL
WAS
. HE
WORKING,
DEAR
?
A PROPOSAL
ACTOR
flicks, at which time we expect he will
oiiiciany ncKiiowicitgu me progressive
l victory.
IIENEY AN "ALSO RAN.'
Sun Francisco, Nov. 4. Slow prog-
n.'iH WHS lienor Inflde ritilnv in count! hit
returns from Yesterday's election. Gov- i
fc'ornor Johnson was far iiheail in the bnl-
jlots so far tubulated, and 1'hchtn, dem-
locrat fur senator, was mukiii a strong
.showing.
Complete returns from all San Fran-
! cisco precincts showed:
j For governor Johnson, 1157; Fred-
i cricks. IIItT : Ciirtin. 75.
lor senator l'lielan, lOill; Know
llliul, 5:is; lleaey, Mill.
ALL EXCEPT GOVERNOR. I
lloise, Idaho, Nov. 4. The election of!
the entire republican ticket with thi'i
exception ot governor was imlicntvd ;
eiirlv todav by incomplete returns liton
all jver libiho. Moses Alexander, dem
'ocrat, was probulily elected
governor i
over John .M. Haines, republicnn in
' i-ii 1 1 1 1 ii t . Adilisiia T. Sonlli and Itob
,1'rt .McCracken, both republicans, were
apparently elected to congress.
MAJORITY 133,000.
c New 'ork, Nov. 3. i'rnctically corn
el plete figures this morning placed Whit
jle'mairs uiiijority for governor of New
g Yoik on the repiililicau ticket at 13:1,
ijt liilll. Wailsworth 's pluralily for the
I'liitcd States senate also on the repuli-
llcan ticket was lUI.'J'JU.
HAWAII REPUBLICAN.
Honolulu, Nov, 4, A practically com
plete count of voles showed today Hint
the lepublicaiis were victors in Tues
day's election, winning nearly all terri
torial and municipal offices. ,1, K. Ka
laiiiannole, or Prince Cupid, as he is
belter known, was re elected territorial
delegate to congress,
THE KANSAS OUTLOOK.
Topeka, Kan., Nov, I. Willi less than
half of the stale vole counted,' imlicai
lions here today were that Arthur Cap
per, republican, has been elected gover
nor ill Kansas by 20,0110 majority, Nee
ly, democrat for senator, on the sauie
returns, won by 10,000 voles.
MINNESOTA DEMOCRATIC.
SI. Paul, Nov, l.-llainiuond. dcmo-l"""
eral, was overw holmliiglv eleeled gov-,1 " 111,11111 Sehiildt of the Slate Drew
ernor of Minnesota It was shown todav , '''" (""'elation. " Amendment 47, pro
bv praeticallv coiuph'te returns froiii' VI,U '"ill I1"' liiHr iptestion shall not
Tuesilav's election. , again i le up for eight years, however,
' is In iloiibt.'
CLERKS WORN OUT, ' '1'1"' lillor "i'" conceded that Oregon
'has gone dry unless the vote ill Port-
San Fiancisco, ,ov, I, Election of1""1' ,,lk,' an enornioiis bound for the
licials here I'lice
a serious problem
o.
dny, Worn out from tue
liiuuorlinr!"l''V wet by
task ut tubulating the results on the
extremely long ballots, hundreds of
election clerks forfeited their siilnites
mid quit their Jons. New men were
being sent lo hike their places, but
llegistrnr euuiusky liiiind It almost lui
possible to keep up with the demand
for new help, Only II precintts In t-Vu
Francisco had been lien i d I'i oiii at II
o'clock uiiil I'ioiii these the count was
incomplete,
KANSAS BEATS SUrrRAOE.
Kiiiisiis City, Mn Nov. 4. The Knn
sits City Star esllinnti'd tudny that the
Missouri vtonntn suffrage Hineniliueiit
had been dc routed bv luo.OOO,
PRIZE FiailTlNU MAY BTOP.
San Francisco, Nov. 4. That prize
fighting will have a close call, if It it
not l eiileu, was Indicated lodiiy In cur
ly returns, Puiiitccu precincts cumplete
ga", fur abolition uf boxing, 1033,
ngu'ii t, 1100.
The same precincls showed the vole
for the "red light abatement ' ' bill
IIU7 nguinst, I3III,
The prohibition Mile was 203 for n ml
Ipso nguinst.
REPUBLICAN GAINS GREAT,
New York Nov. 4. -The progressive
movement collapsed completely III New
link, Its nitheteiils geiiitallv
swinging
back to repiibliciiuism, The next legis
lature will be overwhelmingly republic
nil, the seiinte by a majority of 31 to 17
nml 'he nsseinblv im to ol.
The ropohllcnns also elected their eu
tire minor stole ticket nnd the cmusll
till I mill I cnuvi'iitlon will be republicnii
by ii huge mnjniity.
1 lie democrats eongiessiunal repre-1
seiitiilion fiom ,New orh was reduci'fl
from 31 tu 10.
SUFFRAGE DEFEATED.
' , ,
JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914.
AND MERCY ME,
HERE'S ONF
FROM THAT
FUZZY LITTLE
YES, LILLY
WA5 A DREAM
REMEMBER ,
THE DAY SHE
GIGGLED, AND
THAT BALD
HEADED MAN
FAINTED?
LILLY CUCUMBER
INDICATIONS ARE
WASHINGTON IS DRY
Heat tin, Wnsh., Nov. 4. Early ro-
turns from tho downtown precincts in
Seattle and
a tew meager scattering1
precincts in various parts of the state!
iiulicuto the re-election of Senator! returns from only OS of 240 precincts
Wesley I. Jones, republican, and that and tho final returns may result iu com
probably four of tho five congressmen1 plete changes.
in the state will be republicans. J The vote on the siiffrago amendment
More complete returns wero had on was so close that the issue was ox
tho prohibition question thnii on any peeted to lie in doubt until the final
other, and while the city of Seattle will vote is counted.
probably give the "wets" a lead of
10,0110, the state is expected to go dr . n nWT, nnv
by a decisive vote. Every report from: u v .
outside Seattle tends to' confirm this 't e. Wash Nov. 4 --K,ghteen
i ression, l.nd early today with about I'recincts incoinplcU in Uk.ma conn-
I-. ;,,,,(. e n,.. i,,i..i ;..,( ,.i ;tv, out of give Jones J1US, Hanson
the count stood
For prohibition 1!.",U3; against 27,-
Out of a total of about 3110 precincts
a little over oiio-tonth of the total vote
has been counted n I'liited States sen
ator. J his shows Jones, republican,
H,'J3I; Hanson, progressive, 5,HI,'I;
Hindi, democrat, 5,1111'.
NEVADA MAY GET
ON THE DRY SIDE
lteno, Nev Nov. 4. The election of
Sam Piatt, republican, to the I'nited
ni iiies sennie i rum iM'vaiiii over nen-
uinr j-rutins u, ewiaiiiis, iiemocriit,
nml tlrniit Miller, sociulist, seemed
probable todiiy by u majority of 300
to 500.
E, E. Itoberts, republican, had a
soinewhiit lunger lead over Leonard B.
Fowler, democrat for congress.
In Heiui nml AVnshoe counties Em
met D. Hnyle, ilemocratio ciindiilnte
for governor, lid Governor Tusker L.
Oddie, republican, by (115 votes, but
Oddie was lending In many outside dis
tricts. U..1-1) I.. I- 11 1 -
iuiiiiiue nisi in iwiio uy -loo ma or- t
ity, but outside mnjurities in its fiivur
have nlreiuly rut this down so-much
that thu umenilnient promised to carry.
CALIFORNIA IS WET
BY BIG MAJORITY
Sun Francisco, Nov. 4. "California
wiiriemain wet hy lit least 8 In to I."
: V '""'"t "'"' ""l".v ' "'
wets, nev
Iniiued Washington would j
good ma iiirit v, while In
Arizona Hie prohibition rittintion was a
Slllllllltt,
ARIZONA PROBABLY !
DRY AS ITS NAME
I'hoetilx Arl Nov, 4, Incomplete
returns curly today liidicnted once Hie
home of the "Wild nnd wooly," has
joined the ranks of prohibition states.
The affirmative vote, on a prohibition
constitutional amendment wns slightly
ahead uf Hie negative, but Inter returns
I from
in nun t u i u precincts may chniige
the result,
The democrats have won n general
victory Iu the state. Governor George
W, H, Hunt, democrat, has been re
elected by a majority estimated nt
5,0011,
A demoeriilie cotigressiunn nml ileum
ciiitli' state officers were elected.
ONE LUNOERS" WET.
Ens Angeles, Cl., Nov, 4. Twenty
five Hiousnnd ninjoilly over Captain
Fredetlcks nnd Senator Ciirtin was the
iiieasuie of Governor Johnson's success
III I ..is Angeles county, according In es
timiiics bned on Hie intest returns early
today, ludlcittioiis were, furtheriiiore,
that this total would be Increased hy
every roiinlv In southern Eos Angeles
' except San Diego. I'p to nil early hour
tod iv, however, Fredericks had refused
to .i.liuit detent.
The prohibition amendment was
Mio.yed under In Ens Angeles county by
a 2 to I tote. The eight hour proposi
tion met overwhelming defeat here aaM
lu nil other southern California routi
ne. In the principal local fight, Thomas
l.ee Woolwine appeared to have beaten
Ford for district attorney bv ahoul
20,000 voles.
NEVADA MAY BD CRY. .
Cnison, Nov., Nov. 4. Indications
early todnv were (tint the following re
publican state ticket had been elected
THE DEARIE
SENT THIS
LETTER TWO
YEARS AGO
WITH A MILLION
KI55E5,REQUEST-
ING, AN ANSWER
IMMEDIATELY!
(im'ernor Tusker L. Oddie.
Lieutenant Governor J. I,, (Isano.
Secretary of Statu A. W. Holmes.
Attorney General R. A. McKay.
Keary indications also were that
Francis (1. Newtands, democrat, had
been reelected United States snator.
although he was being closely pressed
by Samuel I'latt, republican.
Tho above indications were baser! on
Black 3111.
F.i-irteen nrecincts incomplete on con
gressmen; LafolUite GS2, Druniheller
-i-i. Peacock 1117. 1
Tiventy-Bcven prceinets incomplete for
prohibition 2S12, against M-IO,
County probably give 3j(mJ for pro
hibition. SPOKANE VERY DRY. 1
Spokane, Wash., Nov, 4, Voto in
Spokane county shows: For senator,
Jones 722; Hln'ck 800; Hanson 700; 37
precincts, congress, Itoscnhaiipt 7i)0;
Dill, 11.12; Sorkery 700.
33 precincts for supreme court jurge:
Chndwick I"i3ll; Crow Mil; Mills 801;
llulcoiiib 1213; Humphries Hi 19 : I'em-
UPrIU b.-jj
HO precincts; prohibition, for 4(17
against 20118.
Hlue sky: for 2275; against 2510.
OHIO WET, ARIZONA DRY.
New York, Nov. 4. The best avail
able returns received here todav showiV
(that prohibition was decisively defeated
In yesterday s elections in Ohio, hut I today on the Ince ol' the following in
jlhat Arizona probably went dry. Tin ' complete returns, from 330 city precincts
I result ill Colorado was doubtful, withjat il o'clock: lor the amendment 01 11 J
the chances favoring the prohibitionists, nguinst the nineiulment 6002.
; CAMC "HDV" DrtTMTTDO
I OUlllfj 1UI lUlnltiUJ
I ,
South Bend, Wash., Nnv. 4. nnv
Center complete: Wet 41; drv 113:
Jones 71; Illnck 1); Hanson 38; Johnson
7(1; Drury 13; Wnrbiirton 32.
Chehnlls, Wnsh., Nov, 4. Seven pre
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EOXINO SEEMS DOOMED.
Eos Angeles, Cal., Nov. 4. The Ink
ing game in Culifomin seemed doomed
cincts out of 70 In Lewis eoiintv, give:
Jones Hill; Black 00; Hanson 3D.
Prohibition, for 400; ngninst 322.
Eight hour law, for 1113; against 231.
Walla Walln, Wash., Nov. 4. Aforn
Ing count Whitinnn county wus: Sen
ator, Jones 035; Hliiek 840; Hanson 271.
Prohibition, for 2431; against 1722,
.jli
THINK I SHOULD ANSWER
ON IT!
WlLLjAWgR,
riOHTINO IS DESPERATE.
Paris, Nov. 4. Desperate fighting be
tween the Uivor Lys and tho city of
Arrns was reported today In the Bor
deaux war office's usual afternoon
statement.
Alternate, retirements anil advances
wero said t.o be in progress hut nowhere,
It was explained, nave a declsivo stag
been reached iu the combat.
1tetwe.cn tho Lys and Dixniudo the
situation was reported unchanged,
A fierco nrtUlery duel wan said to
be going on in tho vicinity of Klieims,
where the Germans had renewed their
activities,