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SECOND
EDITION
WEATHER
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SJ7. Hhower tonight.
Ciirty-ufDoiiil TVsr.
Dully Mowutli Year.
MEDFORD, ORISCION, WKONIOSDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1912.
NO. 195.
TOU VELLE ELECTED BY 500 PLURALITY
KELLY WINS
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Medford Votes ns Solidly for Ton
Vcllc ns Ashland Does for Dunn
Country Precincts Break About
Even Bourne Carries Jackspn.
Slnulcr Defeats Jones for Sheriff
Race for Representatives Very
Close.
lit Precinct Complete,
Twenty-four products out of 10 in
.Innksou minify today with a mini-
plctcd count give lliu following re.
Milt:
For ptwtilqut: T ft H77; Wilson
HIM); Roosevelt 008.
For cengress: Campbell -HO; lluw-
lov 0!I7; Smith 577.
United States omitcr : Jlourne 771;
Liiiio (ill); .Soiling .'107; Clarke, 1(11.
.For heerelury of Htnte: Kennedy
212; Olfiiti o:ii.
For prosecuting atterney: llaiiiiii
018; Kelly 1270.
Fur joint representative: Rcuiiich
1 1 H 7 : Whislcr (127.
For ifpresoiilntivn (two): Unik
.lull K 11; DcAnuond 7.18; Cnrkin 828;
Wo&lerluud 050.
For county judge; Tun Velio 1270;
Dunn DIKI.
For commltulonor (t year term),
looter, 103tt; Lyman, 810.
ttrrommlMlonora :wir. term).
',-, oo, uiiiim, unif, oihiiii, ou
For comity clork, Gardner, 943;
Miller, 103ft.
For sheriff, Hlnglnr, 1270; Jones.
ily h majority ntluiatc(t to ho bn
I noon Hot) find 600 vntea Frank 1.
Ton Vollo, democrat, was elected
county Judge Tuesday tiy tho people
of Jncknon. Mr, Ton Vollo proved
very strong In Medford nnd thn
northern pnrt of tho county mid
found no difficulty In breaking oven
In Ilia precinct whoro IiIh oppouonl
(ieorgo W. Dunn was considered tho
stronger of thn two,
Tho exact result of thn content will
not bo known until Thursday or
Frldny owing to tho length of thn
hullol nnd thn slowness In making
thn count.
Ilelitrim nt noon today show that
Ton Vollo rarrled Hold Hill. L'oglo
Point, Hutto Fulls, Flotmro Honk and
Trail, and hroka ovou In Jnckiionvlllo
and oilier sections of tho county, In
Medford tho voto wait practically a
unit for Mr. Toil Vollo owing to thn
blttorncHs axproRud toward thin city
(Continued on pngo S.)
LISTER ELECTED
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HKATridC, WiiHh., Nov. . AN
thnuch thoro Is no doflnlto or offN
clal flKurcH to MuliHtuntlato It, tho
ludlcatlotiri n ru today that KrucHt
IdHtur, domocrat, Im ulcctod kovot
nor hy u luuntln of probahly C000
voids, with llodo-and Hay fight
lug uunk ml nuclc for oocond place.
Tho rotuniH, officially ami unoffi
cially thus far counted, howovor, aro
mi mi'UKor thut no poultlvo predic
tion can ho inado. Hoturna from
thn country dlHtrlutH und from KaBt
di'ii WuHhlmtton may oIiuhkq tho up
parent outcomo,
Tho democrats Kcnorully votod
their ticket Mtrnlcht and nil candl
dutoH or tho party ura ruuuliiK oIobo
to LlHtor,
Forty-flvo comploto preclnctH of
KliiK county give I, Inter 1 0 1) 8 , Hay.
HliO, Hodt;oia03.
On tho othor hand, HodKo has ap
parently carried Bnohomluli, Kltaap
and Tluii'Htou countlcB. Tho lead
Rained lit tho country may multu
him u contender with Llutor for
Hrt IU9?.
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FOUR OUT OF
FIVE STATES TO
GIVE GIRLS VOTE
NBW YOKK, Niiv. 0. AilvovntM
ofwoiiiiiii,. .urfnio, wcrudcllriotiM
with joy today.' hour out of five
hIiiIch canned ychtcniuy for tin
aiitcuiIiiicntH htrikiui; thn word "iniiln '
out of thn coiihtitutiouH wn con
hiilered Hiiltlcient ciiuhp, mill it was
Htuteil Hint Snturiln.v'H paradn up
fiihtiiouahln Fifth Awmii', to lie par
ticipated in liy tlmiihiuulM of men nnd
women, rcprcHcntm every kIiho III
tho union, would he a reeonl-lircnkcr.
Ono htuto WiscoiiMin rejected
MiffriiKe. Four approved Arizona,
Oregon, ICjturfitH and Mieiiiau
liriiiKiui; tin) total of Mates Uioie
women limn all the rights of men up
to ten. It wiih agreed liv the leaders
that the real reason for tho defeat of
tho hiiffriiKO amendment in Wisconsin
was tho fight made imiuiiHt tho ho
I'ialislH, wlio mndo Miffragc u pie
fericd cihim.
In addition, it was opposed hy the
llipior interests.
BY SAFE PLURALITY
DBS .MOINKS, Iowa, Nov. tl.- ltd
turns iudii'iitcd ut noon Hint Wilson
had carried thn state lf'or president
nml thu lc(id of ('lurk, repuhlicau for
governor, lias been reduced,
Tho dcmooriitrt claim tlin tdnto for
Wilson lv 20,000. Thn progie&sives
give no figurcK. Tho Daily .Capital,
republican htuudpnt, and tho Tribune,
progressive, both say Wilson has won
by from II.UOO to 0,000. lloth repuh
liiuiu papoi'H eliiiiu tliu tcpuhlicaii
Hlaio ticket is ulcMcd.
Thu democrats have three, con
gresHiiiou, possibly four,
11
NI2W YORK, Nov, (!.- Democratic
hiiucobb will not have au udvomo Iiuh
inoKts effect, James J. Hill, railroad
magnate, declared today.
"I feel better ovor. th,o gonoral
outlook than 1 dlAbttoVo oloetlon,"
ho Haiti, "And attampl wiiu mitdo to
brliiK about a poltlcnl revolution, but
tho Amorloan pooplo, while doslrlug
u chuiiRo, showed tholr i;ood uoiibo
by roptulliitiiiR nivolutlonary dou
trlueu and utlekliiK to aouud prlncN
plea und outubllahod mothoda of
'Viin5Iu Pb?"4 tUvJr w!"?h?B.M
IOWA
FR
WIS!
BUSINESS
UNHURT
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TURKS ROUTED BUSINESS NEED iUPWARD TREND DIXON CLAIMS
BY BULGARIANS
40,000 TAKEN
PARIS, Nov. 0. The ltulgarinus
ltiomph'tc)yrouU-d.lliQ4K'urkrf;tl
Tchorlu ami Hcrni during the night,
woiindinir or capturing -lO.OOO man.
Tho dispatch read the road to Con
stanliuoplu in now open. This pro
Hiimnlily meant after Tcliatalju h
taken, which U not belieed to he
difficult now.
SOFIA, N'ov. (. Hulgaria has not
given a single thought to tho re-establishment
of peace with Turkey,
declared President Daucff, of iho
lower house of parliament, just lick
from nn interview with Czar Ferdi
nand at thu front, Ferdinand means
to fight it out, tutid Daucff, until a
"certain object is accomplished, when
the war will cense of iLsclf."
The statement was interpreted ns
inclining that Ferdinand in determin
ed to dine the Turks out of F.uropu.
BER6ER OEFEAIED FOR
MlIAVAl'KKU, Win.. Nov. G.AN
though tho socialist party ticket voto
Hhuwnil a Kcnoral Incroaso through
out tho country, tho soclalUt cauao
locally received n Hothack In thn de
feat of Victor I j. llorgor for ro-olcc-tlon
to congrcKB by about 2,000.
In Schenectady, N, Y nnothor o
cliillKt Htrongliold, practically all tho
present offlco-holdorH of thnt party
worn dofotttcd for ro-oloctlou.
MONTANA 10,000
FOR WILSON TICKET
HKIdONA, Mont., Nov. 0. Wll
bou'h plurality la Montana will bo
botween 8000 and 10,000, WuIhIi,
domocrat, for uonator, Stowart, domo
crat for governor uud tho two con
gressional candldutoH Htnut nnd
Kvnnti uro all olectod. Tholr plur
ality aro only slightly ululor Wilson's.
Dixon, progroHslvo, for uonator, rati
Hecond to Walsh,
BOURNE AND LANE
RUN AHEAD OF SELLING
PORTLAND, Nov. (i. Elm on pro
oiuets complete in Multnomah county
glvo UmiriiQ a:t2, Lauo 1122, Sclliujj
200 for senator.
For ooiigrossiunii Laf forty 472;
McCitskvr 237 j Muuly IJO.
HAVE NO TREMORS
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lMnNl'KTOX.tfNfcJ.. Nov. .
.UruidcntKlf ctMiHxI&uw v Viliuv
dictated this afternoon tho followio;
htatcmeut to the ncwspapeniirn:
'Tho result gnes ns the hoo that
tho thoughtful voters uf the net ion
may now nt last unite to civ thn
country freedom and enterpn.o and
a government released from iclti-h
mid arrogant influences i.ml oi.e le
otcil to justice nnd progre. .
"There is absolutely nothing f.ir
the honest and ruligli'.-ncd busines
ninn of the country to fear. So num
whose business U conducted without
violation of the rights of free rompt
tition and without such privete un
derstanding or secret nlbauiT.-i .is
violate tho principle of our lau .mil
Iho policy of til wholoomo ?om
merce nnd enterprise, need feiu eith
er interference or eiuiiajni'iiieut
from the iidtniuidnitiou.
"Our liope aupurposc is to bring
all the free forces, ot'.the nation into
ueliwi ami iutclliKont co-opeiiuion
and to give to our prosperity a ftvsli
ncHs mid spirit ami a confidence such
as it has not had in our time.
"The reponsili3ity of the ivim is
tremendous, but tho responsibility is
a coimuou reioii-.iliility which all
leaders must share. And, with I lie
confidence of (lid people behind us,
everything that bright is posMblo.
"My own ambitiuu will ho mine
than satisfied if I may bo pcrmi'tcd
to be tho frank sMkoMuna of the
uutiou's thought in these great mat
ters." NKW YOHIC, Nov. (. "So fur as
thu Infliiouco of politics ution tho
stock market for tho noxt fow mouths
la concerned," said Financial Amor-
lea today, "It Is suggested thnt It
will depend very largely upon tho
attitude taken by Wall Streot as tho
probability of radical measures bo
Ing onneted.
"If It Is assured that 1'reBldont
Wilson and his associates will pur
sue n couBorvatlvo policy In tho revi
sion of tho tariff ud In dealing with
othor Important measures, It Is ex
pected, of courso taut tho market
will bo mutorlully gtrougthonod."
STANDARD OIL STOCK
NKW YOUK, Nov. , A ruld on
Stundurd Oil of Kansas stock hocauso
of disappointment (u regard to tho re
coat dividend declaration was an
early market featuro today. Tho
stock broke from 370 to 370, rally
ing later to 29!.'.
Tho stocjt marked closed, Ht.rongt
DEC
ARES WILSON
KANSAS
i UNCHECKED BY
ELECTION
RESULTS
NEW YOKK, Nov. 0. The Wall
ftCreei ..Wtniaf in its ' tickcrbcrvice
wild teday:
"Tho consensus of opinion in busi
ness circles is that tho election of
Woodrow Wilson will not cheek the
upward trend of hii-inc-H. One of
his efforts while in office will be to
effect a readjustment of the tnriff,
but it is not believed he will go about
it in such a wny as to destroy confi
dence." BY 25,000 PLURALITY
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 0.w.vt
!l p. in. complete and partial returns
from nboift half of tho counties in
Wisconsin gave Kurd, democrat, for
governor 80,880; McGovorn 7."i,7."j8.
ilson s strength was apparent in
the late returns indicating his plur
ality will bo nt lea&t 25,000.
At 1 o'clock today 912 products
in the state tdiowed for governer:
"Karol, democrat 00,070; McGov
crn 8:1,782. This gives Karol a lead
of 12,000 and hU managers ut that
hour claimed his election.
DUNN IS ELECTED
OF
CHICAGO, Nov. li. Iu the midst
of his family for almost tho first
time since the bogitmmg of tho cam
paign, (loveruor-Eleut Edward F.
Dunne, wns honorary guest at a
slriutly private celebration today.
Tho successful caudidato upent the
entire day at homo with hi$ wife and
children.
Mrs. Ultimo declared tho Idea of
being the "lirst lady of tho tutu"
had no allurements for her.
"The exenutivo mansion may he
fine," she said, "but this is homo."
ROOSEVELT CARRIES CITY
OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA
i
RIVERSIDE, Cal., Nov. 0, Com-
hileto returns from Rivenido City
givo Koosovell 11,810; Wilson 1,238;
Uebs 51; Cliafin 200. Taft JO.
Rivcrsido county, which is usually
ono of thu hibt counties to comploto
,its eoimt, tho bull mouse leaders
claim will add 2,500 to Roosovelt's
plurality south of (ho Tetmchnpi.
WISCONSIN FOR WILSON
PROGRESSIVES NOW
T G. 0. P.
NEW YOHK, Nov. 0. Senator Jo
seph -M. Dixon, national progrrssive
chairman, said teday:
''flie national progressive party
takes its place as tho dominant op
position party to the triumphant
democratic party. As the result of
tho balloting yesterday the progres
sive party takes either first or sec
ond place in the balloting except in
five states. In every state in the
union except these five the progres
sive party organization from this
time on takes the official minority
party representation on all election
boards, in all state boards and
boards of control.
In tho congressional elections, two
yenrs from "this time, from every
stato except five, all judges of elec
tions, watchers, inspectors and elec
tion boards will be controlled jointly
by the progressives and the. demo
crats. Tho old republican organiza
tion has become the third party in
the United States. I doubt if it can
over muster enough to nominate a
caudidato for president.
"Tho progressive purty has polled
more than -1,000,000 votes. Wo will
go torwnra immeuiatelv with our
work vf complete organization, look
ing to tho control of the house of
representatives two years from this
time."
In a telegram .felicitating state
progressive chairmen and others Sen
ator Dixon claimed llfi electoral
votes for Roosevelt. Ho based the
claim on Illinois, Michigan, Kansas,
Pennsylvania, South Dakota and
Washington. Terming California
and Iowa in doubt, Dixon gave Taft
lTtah( Vermont and Idaho, totalling
12 electoral votes.
LAST SERVIAN TOWN
UKLORADK, Nov. G Novoaroah,
tho last town still held by tho Turks
In Novlpazur, has surrendered to tho
Servians, It was official!) statod horo
today.
Tho autl-forclgu situation In Con
stantinople Is moru threatening to
day, and it as was said all Christians
who could do so wero louvlug thu city
by bout.
HODGE CATCHING UP
WITH LISTER IN COUNTRY
TACOMA, Wn., Nov. 0, Complete
returns from Puyullup uud lluekley
and one other country precinct have
put I lodge within 75 votes of Lister
jn Pierce county, Thirty-eight out of
101 precincts, are now in.
SUPPUN
DEMOCRATS IN
ENTIRE NATION
Democratic Candidates Get 398 Elec
toral Votes With Probability of
Still Others Roosevelt Has 121
and Taft Only 20.
Wins All of New En-gland Except
Vermont, All of Coast Except State
of Washlnflten.
NEW YOrtK, Nov. fi.Further
gains for Wilson were recorded as
the belated returns camo In today,
and this gives Wilson 390 electoral
votes. In addition there, was a
strong trend for Wilson In Illinois.
During the day Rhodo Island and
Now Hampshire wero shifted from
the Taft column to Wilson, giving
Wilson a clean sweep In Now England
with tho exception of Vermont, which
went for Taft.
Colonel Roosevelt was definitely
credited with 112 electoral votes but
his managers insisted that ho would
also have the fire votes of South
Dakota, as yet credited to Taft.
The democrats claimed Wyoming
but the figures were not yet conclus
ive, and "Wyoming remained la tho
Taft column, Taft being credited
with 20 electoral vqtos. Yv'llson hat
carried the follewing: 37 states:
Alabama. Arizona, Arkansas, Cal
ifornia, Colora4e;-Ceetlat,5glay j
war. Florida Oeorgla"'' iBdlaaa,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,
Maine. Massachusetts, Minnesota,
Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Ne
braska, 'Nevada, New Hampshire,
Now Jersey, New Mexico, New York,
North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio,
Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas,
Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
Roosevelt was credited with:
Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan,
Pennsylvania and Washington.
Taft was credited with;
Idaho, South Dakota, Utah, Ver
mont and "Wyoming.
Estimates on tho popular vote
were still very vague, but It was
asserted by both progressives and
republicans that Wilson would not
Lhave a majority ovor both Taft and
Roosevelt.
LATEST FIGURES
PUT CALIFORNIA
T
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Nov. 6. -Desplto
confident claims by tho
domocrats of a Wilson majority
ranging from 7000 to 20,000 and
practical concession by pogresslvcs
that tho stato Is lost, all lndlcatlonu
this aftomoon aro that the result au
betwoon Rosovolt and Wilson la still
In doubt und that If California doea
go Into tho democratic column It will
bo by a comparatively small plural
ity. South of tho Tohacliapl mountains
lato returns Indicate that Roosevolt's
plurality Is slowly crooplug up tow
ward what was oxpectod. It will not
roach that point and full knowledge
of Us extent probably will not bo
available today but enough la known
to show that his defeat by anything
like tho democratic claim is mora
than doubtful.
Wilson's strength north of the
mountains does not deem, lu the light
of lato returns, to be up to earlier
expectations. San Francisco gives
him about 11,000 plurality but re
turns from tho extromo north up
stato Indlcato tho probable election
ot Congressman Kent, practically a
progroBslvo and Wilson's lead may
bo cut down there.
Tho moat that probably will ba
known of California before night is
verv llkelv to fall to a4ttla finally
I In whoso column the tate wll fall.
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