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edition. LEWISTON EVENING TELLER FEARLE8S, BUT ALWAY8 FAIR. "THIRTIETH TEAR-NO. LEWISTON, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1906. PRICE FIVE CENT* REPUBLICANS WIN NEZ PERCE COUNTY democratic sheriff M'CORMACK commissioner CROW MAY BE DEFEATED A good republican majority over all 0 f ,\ez Perce county la shown by the reports received today from the poll ing places of yesterday. Governor Gooding has carried the county by from 500 majority up ahd the legislative ticket Is elected. Reports show that Charles Monroe is defeated for sheriff and thât Ben jamin Crow will be defeated unless rte remaining precincts to be heard from give him good majorities. For commisslener of the First dis trict the contest is also close, and the general belief Is that Jack McCor mack, democrat, will fill that office. Among the precincts which have re sponded this morning are: Winches ter, Lapwai. Rimrock, Ilo, Lewiston 1, 2, 3 and 4, Frazier, Bedrock, Hatwai, Kamlah. Mohler, Spalding, Gifford, Culdesac, Pierce, Nez Perce, Waha, Tammany, Lenore, Mason, Fords Creek, Greer, Peck. Leland and Oro-' lino. j The result of the vote cast in the 27 | precincts Is as follows: ^ Hattabaugh, 1,654: French, 2,280; marjorlty, French, 626. Stockslager. 1,617; Gooding, 2,468; majority, Gooding,, 851. Waldrip, 2,070; Mills, 1,833; major ity, Waldrip. 237. Hastings, 2,005; Morris, 1,892; ma jority, Hastings, 202. Mounce, 1,971; Bradley, 2,108; ma jority, Bradley, 137. Parker. 1,852; Smith, 2,038; major ity. Smith, 186. Wood, 1,110; Miles, 2,179; majority. Miles, 149. Gaffney. 1,828; Brooks, 2,097; ma jority, Brookk, 259. Looney, 1,711; Anderson, 2,156; ma i jortty, AiRftrson, 365. Kroutlnger. 1.657; Gifford, 2,263; ma- | jorfty, Gifford. 616. Lydon. 2,2*9; Monroe, 1,840; major ity, Lydon, 429. Gross. 1.801; Hinckley. 2,067; ma jority, Hlnkley, 266. Needham, 2,036; Crow. 1,925; ma jority, Needham, 136. Herrington. 1.388; Vassar, 2,072; majority, Vassar, 684. v McCormack. 2.170: Meacham, 1,790; majority, McCormack, 280. Schlader, 1,619; Davis, 2,027; ma jority, Davis, 408. LeBaron, 1.716: Watson, 1,928; ma jority, Watson, 212. Orofino. The ful vote in the Orofino tprecinct could not be gotten this afternoon. The majorities In the vote were as fol lows; j I Trench, It8; Gooding. 112; Waldrip, I *4; Bradley, 98; Smith, 95; Miles 124: ' Brooks so- ' ... ... ' erson, 119; Gifford, , Mnnroe ' ß6 = Hinckley. 128; Wil " m *, 150; McCoy. 105: Crow, 50; Vassar, 101 ; Meacham. 84; Watson, *4; Davis, 91. p . ! . **** ! a augh, 40; French, 66; Good 8 «1: Stookslager. 44; Waldrip. 61: I Mills. 42 1 Morris. 42; Hastings. 62; ! Bounce. 40; Bradley «1- Parker 40- ! «**«•• «0: Wood. 40 M.'les «rOa ff : ."40, Rro °fcs. «0; Looney. 40: An !**"' 60: Kroutlnger. 39; Gifford. 66; J**' ' !6: Monroe. 65; Gross. 48; "tockley. 54; McCloud. 36; McCoy. ton N r' 1h . arn " 41 : Crow - 57 ■ Herrlng "• 4(. "\assar, 56; McCormack, 40; meacham. 6$. Fords Creek. jn aUah 'ugh, 2; French, 17: Good MiuJ b ' S,, ' >oksla KT. 2; Waldrip, 15; Bradley ' r " HaSt ' n ^ 16 : Parkt o * ' Mounce, 2; Hmlth, 17; M . fr ' 2; MUes . 15; Wood, 2; Brooks, ; rnffnev. Anderson. 19: Looney, 5 ' * r0utln * e «-. 2= Giflfprdr-16; Lydon, IS- t- ' ' 1 *' ; 4; Hinckley, Crow ,!* ' Coy - 17: 7 = 4. n . "' -'eacham, 16; McCormack, »•t" a u r " . Greer. 19 • French. 14: Stocks drt D : 14; Mills, 22; Wal ftnith !: * radlfty ' «: Mounce. 1«; 13; a,- Parker ' **: Wood, 19» Mills. 2 ? ; Brooks, 9; Looney. 20; Anderson, 11; Kroutlnger, 17; Gifford, 14: Lydon, 19; Monroe, 15; Gross, 23; Hinckley, 9; Kauffinann, 20; Williams, 16; Morris, 19; Hast ings, 13. Leland. . The exact vote cast in the Leland precinct could not be ascertained this afternoon. The following majorities were secured: French, 25; Gooding, 24; Hastings, 15; Waldrip, 22; Brad ley, 22; Brooks, 6; Anderson, 20; Smith, 24; Miles, 18; Gifford. 14; Mon roe. 1; Hinckley, 16; Crow, 16; Wil liams, 23; Meacham. 19; Watson, 15; Davis, 18; Vassar, 18. Reports received late this afternoon from precincts not yet reported give partial reports as follows: Melrose. Hattabaugh, 24: French, 107: Stockslager, 25; Gooding, 102; Morris, 29: Hastings, 101; Mills, 28: Waldrip, Mounce, 25; Bradley, »9; Parker, 26; Smith. 99: Wood. 25: Brooks, 99; Loon°v. 25 ; Anderson Kroutlnger. 21; Gifford, 107; Lydon, 30; Monroe, 98; Gross, 24; Hinckley, 102. Crow's majority In Melrose was 61 votes. Ahsahka. Hattabaugh. 5; FYench, 27; Stocks lager, 4; Gooding, 26; Mills, 5; Wal drip, 28: Mounce, 5; Bradley, 25; Parker, 5; Smith, 24; Woods, 5: Miles, 24; Gaffney, 5; Brooks, 24; Looney, 6; Anderson, 23; Kroutlnger, 6; Gif ford, 26; Lydon, 8: Monroe, 24: Gross, 6; Hinckley, 26; Kauffman, 6; WiU Hams, 25: McLoud, 5; McCoy. 27; Needham. 15; Crow, 17; Harrington, 6; Vassar. 26: McCormack, 16; Meacham, 16; Schladei 9 7; Davis, 24; LeBalrn, 19: Watson, 16. ( Th^se reports give practically 75 majority to be added to the entire re publlcan tlcket a8 8hown abovft . Chesley Received at 3:30. Hattabaugh. 29; French. 61; Stocks lager. 33: Gooding, 75: Morris, 33: Hastings, 54; Mills, 31; Waldrip, 50; Mounce, 30; Bradley, 45; ^rker, 30; Brooks, 45; Wood, 30; Smith, 45; Gaffney, 30; Miles ,"' 45; Looney, 40; McCormack, 47; Meacham, 38; cwGider. 39; Davis, 48; LeBalrn, 33; Watson, 50. Lewlpton No. I. For congress, Hattabaugh (dem.), 200; French (rep.), 253. For governor, Stockslager (dem.), 166; Gooding (rep.), 294. For state treasurer. Morris (dem.). 230; Hastings (rep.), 225. For state senator, Mills (dem.), " 8 ; Waldrip (rep.), 231. For representatives, democratic. Mounce 236, Parker 203, Wood 196. < fiiïney 203, Looney 198; republican, Bradley 211, Smith 239, Miles 248, Brooks 242. Anderson 244. p or recorder , Kroutlnger (dem.), , 89; Gi(rord (re p.). 255. For sheriff, Lydon (deni.). 281; Monroe (rep.), 180. For treasurer. Gross (dem.), 191; ! Hinckley (rep.)-, 252. \ ! Assessor. Kauffman (dem.), 174: williams (rep.), 259. I For probate judge, Hanlon (rep.), 1 ! -*<> ! For superintendent of schools. Me 152: MCC ° y Coroner, Herrington (dem.), 161; Vassar (rep.), 287. For surveyor Briggs (rep.), 300 For commissioner. First district, McCormack (dem.), 2fil; Meacham (rep.), 198. Second districtfkRchlader (dem.). 180; Davis (rep.), 250. Third I district, LeBaron (deni.), 194; Watson , (rep.), 241 For Justice of the peace. Hazen (dem ), 170; C. P. Coburn (rep.), 274. For constable, T. Tabor (dem.) 142. In the first Lewiston precinct three prohibition and ten socialist votes were cast. Lewiston No. 2. For congressman, Hattabaugh (dem.). 173; French (rep.). 222. ,For governor, Stockslagcr (dem.), 158; Gooding (rep.), 246. For lieutenant governor, Chapin (dem.L 162: Burrell (rep.), 222. For secretary of state. Gslloway 'dem.), 169; Lansdon (rep.). 215. For state auditor. Bennett (dem.). 1*2: Bragra#? (rep.). 220. For state treasurer, Morris (dem.). 208; H&stlngB (rep ). I» 2 - (Cootlaued oM Page Five.) -ROOSEVELT CONGRATULATES - HUGHES. - — - — — WASHINGTON, Nov. 7—The ♦ j — president today sent a message ♦ j — "f hearty congratulation to Gov- -— —■ ernor-eleet Hughes of New York. — j ?Xt out. )f the telegram is not ♦ DEMOCRA IS ELECT TICKET IN N.Y. liearst for Governor Thought to Be the Only Nan Defeated ♦ HUGHES MAJORITY 60,000. ♦ ♦ NEW YORK, Nov. 7.—Revised ♦ returns, based on estimates, in- ♦ ♦ dicate a plurality of about 135,000 ♦ ♦ for Hughes above the Bronx, ♦ ♦ making a plurality in the state of ♦ ♦ about 60,000. ( ♦ NEW YORK, Nov. 7.—Almost com plete returns from Greater New York for state officers show that aside from governor the democratic state ticket has carried the greater city by pluralities of from 135,000 to 145,000. This would indicate that unless re publican candidates for offices below that of governor ran ahead of Hughes above the Bronx, a full democratic state ticket except governor may have been elected. Returns from the up state counties are yet too Incomplete to warrant anything like accurate forecasts. Hearat's Plurality in the City. NEW YORK, Nov. 7.—Complete re turns from Greater New York for the governorship show Hearst's plurality ito be 76,956. Incomplete returns from outside the greater city Indi cate Hughes' plurality to be 129,660. or a plurality in the state of 12,614. CALIFORNIA GOES REPUBLICAN Handsome Gillette Is Elected by Majority. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 7—The re turns from the interior of the state are yet incomplet^. The count is progresing unusually slow, due to the great amount of scratching. The most reliable estimates of pluralities indicates Gillette, republican, Is elect ed governor by 10.000 over Bell, demn ert, his nearest opponent. His plur ality 111 this eiuy Is 1210. It is believ ed that a solid republican delegation Ts elected to congress. The republi cans will have a majority In both branches of the legislature. Kansas Elects Democratic Governor. KANSAS CITY. Nov. 7... With complete unofficial returns In from 69 out of 105 counties W. A. Harris, democrat, according to the Star, has a plurality for governor of 1307 over Hoch, republican. Returns from the remaining counties can hardly change the final result. Missouri Democratic. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 7.—The election In Missouri resulted in heavy democrtatlc gains ovef the vote of 1904, and while all returns are not In yet Indications are that the state has marched back to the democratic ranks. The legis lature is democratic In both branches beyond a doubt. The democrats not I only reelected five congressmen but , made a gain of seven more. CLOSE - Democrat Has Good Chance of Elec t' on * NEW YORK, Nov. 7.—The closest BRUCE AND CHANDLER contest will undoubtedly be between Bruce, republican, and Chandler, of the Independent league and democrat for lieutenant governor. Cbanler'a plurality In greater New York Is about 13S;000. In some of the up state counties Bruce ran ahead of the ticket and even If he came down to the Bronx on even footng with Hughes the plurality of Chanler .'«mid have been a scant 5,900, but If the laker re turns show that Bruce has run ahead of Hughes up-state he may wipe put Chan lei's lead In greater New York. FIREMEN RESCUE GIRLS. fwenty Are Burning Taken From Building. - COLVMHITS, Nov. 7.—Firemen res cued 20 terrified gills, employes of Andrew Gobble, a dry goods merchant, from the third floor during a blaze early today. Few were slightly in jured. REPUBLICANS WIN IN WASHINGTON Reports Are Incomplete Bat Majorities Are Decisive SEATTLE, Nov. 7.—Although re ports in the state of Washington are slow coming In. The returns from Pierce, Spokane and King counties, with (those received from the outside county, are sufficient grounds on which to base an assertion that Humphrey, Jones and Cushman, republican con gressmen are re-elected by heavy majorities over their democratic op ponents, Blackman, Byrne, Eshelman. The vote shows considerable falling off in the republican majorities from two years ago, but ithls may be ex plained by the fact that In a measure the congressmen were then carried along In the tidal wave that swept the state In favor of Roosevelt. CONGRESS BE REPUBLICAN WASHINGTON, Nov. l.-atoosA elt's appeal for a republican congress was not In vain. With the counit still go ing on the result so far shows the election of 216 republican congressmen and 163 democrats with seven missing districts. There are 386 scats to be filled. BIJOU PLAYS TO PACKED HOUSES The new Bijou theater has been playing to packed houses. This being the first comfortable and cozy play house the city has had for vaudeville and the people are appreciating the service. Blair & Kingsley were given an ova ition last night In their production of "The Derby.'' This Is an exciting pro duction of life viewed from the point of view of the male member of the. house, but misinterpreted by lb* wife of the race horse owner. Hayes and Davis continue to please the patrons in their funny sayings and continuous applause is given Mr. Davis In his buck and wing dancing. Mr. Graves has completely captiva ted the audience in his beautiful ren deration of "Will the Angels Let Me Play." Mr. Graves possesses a bass voice of great compass and his equal has not been heard in Lewiston for a number of years. On Monday night a complete change of program will take place. The world- I renowned Irwin and Emrle will be j seen in this city for tho first time, dl j rect from the northwestern circuit out , of Seattle. Particular mention should also be made of the coming of Krlppy, the greatest living cartoonist. Neal, all around comedian, will also be here next week, and In providing this bill Manager Greaves has pro vided for theatergoers a program thak should pack the house to Its utmost capaetty the entire week. Ada Given Hastings 1300. BOISE, Nov. 7-—Ada county given Hastings 139« majority, but Gooding lows the country by 909. IDAHO COUNTY VOTES FOR REPUDLICAN PRINCIPLES Gives Head of Ticket a Majority but County Ticket Badly Scratched—Honors Equally Divided Is Special to Evening Teller. ORANGEVILLE, Idaho, Nov. 7.— Reports have been received here from 24 precincts in the county and there are still a large number to hear from. The precincts heard from to day give a majority of about 200 votes to Good and French, and the majority -of the republican state ticket. The democrats, according to the count from these precincts, have cap tured the offices of auditor, assessor, probate judge and county super intendent and probably the office of prosecuting attorney. C. H. Nugent is elected state sena tor, but the rest of the legislative ticket Is still In doubt. The following are practically con ceded ; VOTE AGAINST JOINT STATEHOOD PHOENIX, 'Nov. 7.—The vote for joint statehood In Arizona Is estimated not to exceed 15 per cent of the total vote and may be even less. The leg islature is strongly democratic. SANTA FE, Nov. 7.—Returns so far are too scattered to give any estimates of the majority for joint statehood and Delegate W. H. Andrews. They will be between four and seven thousand for each. Great apathy in the state hood voile is apparent. WRECK STOPS TRAFFIC.—A freight wreck on the main line of the Northern Pacific between Marshall Junction and Spokane prevented the running of the Owl train last night and today's Spokane train will be de layed more than two hours in conse quence. The Clearwater train is be ing held ait the station and will not be sent out until connection can be made with the down trains at Arrow junction. No details of the derailment of the freight train could be secured here today. Band Concert at Temple Theater. The members of the Lewiston band are making preparations for a con cert to be given at the Temple theater at some date during the last part of this month. The band has been practicing dili gently twice a week under the dlrec ttlon of the new leader. Professor Baumgartner, who came here recently from San Francisco. FIND SKELETON INDIAN VICTIM Another jgrisley reminder of the Nez Perce war of 1877 has perhaps been brought to Uglat by the discovery of a headless skeleton In Skull gulch In the north fork country with an ac companiment ''of scabbard, cartridge belt and camp ax, which would indl cate that one of Uncle Sam's boys In blue went on a scouting trip and was -eported among the missing or num- j bered with the unknown dead. Three weeks ago E. O. Smith, a well j known pioneer of ithe Clearwater country, was hunting in the upper CleWwater country in the vicinity of Skull gulch and turned over the bones of a skeleton. A further search dis covered all the bones but those of the head, but npt a vestige of clothing or any distinguishing relics save a 44 re volver of an old pattern, a cartridge belt, a scabbard and a camp ax. The ■hull was not to be found and was evidently carried awgy as a rile of the red man's victory. State Senator—C. H. Nugent, repub lican. Sheriff—Wm. Brown, republican. Commissioner—Charles Bents, re publican. Commissioner— C. E. Butler, repub lican. Surveyor—Spedden, republican. Auditor—J. Z. Overman, democrat. Assessor—Johnnie Nash, democrat. Prosecuting Attorney—E. M. Grif fith, democrat. Probate Judge— C. W. Fulton, demo crat. County Superintendent—Greenou/h, democrat. The returns show that Marguerite Sweet will be defeated for county school superin tendent, which Is a sur prise (to every one. NOWELL WHS BY 10,000 SALT LAKE, Nov. 7.—That Joseph Howell, republican, Is elected con gressman-at-large in Utah by a ma jority of 10,000 over O. W. Powers, democrat, and Thomas Weir, Ameri can, Is certain. The principal changé from the vote of last year is the trans fer of 3,000 democratic votes to the republicans attributed to the defensive attitude of the Mormon church against the American anti-Mormon party. GOOD MAJORITY FOR GOODINC BOISE, Nov. 7.—Returns from all parts of the state Indicate the election, of Gooding by a substantial majority, though the pluralities show a heavy loss over the vote he received In 1904. STATE STILL IN DOUBT BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 7.—The demo .-rats claim the state,for Stockalager for governor by about 1,000. The re publicans claim the state for Gooding by 2,000. The legislature 1 b believed : I be republican. The returns are ■ »ning in so slowly that it Is almost impossible to hazard a definite fore i ast nf the result. j j ! ! Do You Know This Man? Relatives of Mr. Charles Devine, who •eft St. Paul, Minn., several years ago, arc very anxious to receive knowledge of his whereabouts. Anyone knowing him » ill kindly call his attention to this matter and add rear Mrs. Theresa Anderson, 3309 Waterloo street, Phila delphia, Pa. BAILAOAD CO. ADVANGE PAY PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 7.—The | board of directors of the Pennsylvania railroad today ordered an advance of 49 per cent In the wages of all em ployes. receiving less than 1200 per month commencing December lSL The cosk of living Is the reason for tbs ailyjyue. A simllgg action will bo taken by »11 companies In Pennsyl vania. In the system east ahd west at Pittsburg about 199.000 men are ef fected.