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'sS1.Tnt that the r yo hv. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Thursday (air. PENDLETON, OKEGON, WEDNESDAY, .NOVEMBER 9, 11104 '(). 52(H). ! J I I J ii y ' I 7 1 . ... - - f IITIDN IS km lost f Hopelessly Defeated in (rfjftheuunnes of the State. fOR ROOSEVELT ft 88,000 rLCRAUT,. L UKM l"te U,e Ore rM M Oownor of Waslaing instills Comur Pre 7 for ProhlWtkm, Bat itn CbeW Me"pe 18 iejttoot Eight BaoaM Ma lllrJI County Is MeaUly .far 'nte In 17 precinct out of irsulls. county tot president aad L ssHent: Roosevelt .and Falr ua Kit; Pfker " Davis, 77; mKlir for republican candidates k dmocratlc, 142. "arete in II precincts out of 86 il'Mllllt county on the question of jilWtton: For prohibition, 1868; iiat prohibition, 248; majority pat prohibition, 828. fhtdncu In Umatilla county that t! R "dry" si a result of the elec i: rmmter, Mlltse., Meacham, roapoent, South Athena and Kauoaal Ticket Ripibllcan electors, according 10 (am trim 17 of the 36 precincts I UmUll county, were victorious h Uti the exception of Gllllland mttt the democrats were second tit tux. In Gllllland, Parker re lied no votes, but 14 ballots were at tor Eugene V. Debs. Roosevelt Wrri ii. deplete returns from the several wears of the county .are slow In la. From six the .vote on pro as, ate tain afternoon Is all that p Mailable. Three areolncts ..have Kea htarl from at ail. against, 189. Roosevelt, 159; Parker, (0. . East Pendleton For prohibition, 70; against 201. Roosevelt, 208, Parker, 41. - Reservation For prohibition, tl', against, 47. Roosevelt, 52; Parker, I. Ruddock For prohibition, 8: against, L. Yoakum For prohibition, ( ; against, 84. Roosevelt, 14; Parker. 8. South Pendleton For prohibition. 58; against, 1(6. Roosevelt, 147; P&rTwr, SO. Weston Tot prohibition, 71; against, 0. Roosevelt, (7; Parker, . Cottonwood Precinct, The vote In Cottonwood precinct was as follows: For prohibition, 15; against prohibition, 21; for Roosevelt, ?.; Sor Parker, 4. Returns From Athena. The returns from Athena were not available when the table of the coun ty vote was compiled and is given separately here. The vote for Roosevelt in North Athena was 111, for Parker 291; in South Athena, for Roosevelt, 122 and for Parker, SI. Hemvkwt Prohibition Vote. The greatest majority secured by the prohibitionists In any precinct Is in Ruddock, where the vote stands 8 to 1 for prohibition. Ruddock is on Meacham creek, above Bingham Springs, and has one box car station on the railroad, at North Fork. W. Swart, the famous fisherman of Meacham creek, is a resident of this precinct. It Is reported that the eight prohibition voters are going to celebrate their victory by "ducking" the lone "wet" voter In the creek. Tolled Roll at Weston. An Incident of the election at Wes ton yesterday was the tolling every six minutes of a church bell In mem ory of dying drunkards. The women workers for prohibition gathered at one of the churches and prayed during the day. BeHili AnaVProhlblti-ra. i tote In all four of the Pen precincts is strongly against mutton. In Milton, where the Wlattalrj have long held forth, h "i will remain "dry" and the "war wte hat succeeded in closing B Ma eater, Kreewater 1 act that South Athena was f the prohibitionists will not "tthsue of liquor in that .city. ilheni, where all the .saloons - Msiee, remains open. the returns tram S3 , " ""nets of Umatilla oaun prohibition, 2 ; against "MlML IT Xtarlrt an "-For prohibition, J8 lit", Prohibition. SS; against .Welt, In? p.,1, t-ror prohibition, 28; :l Revelt, 2J; parkerj au Prohibition, 22; )t " ""weit, 6; parjee,., Jt-For prohibition. :58; i """-velt, 168; Per. -Tor Prohibition, "V Roosevelt. , iss j SlJ Prohibition, ' 10; sjT" .ProhlblUon. U; 4 RovelL 4: p.rf. HkT Prohibition, if, , ti For PtohlbiUon, 42; t1, i!?ur'Z - Prohibition, Roosevelt. ; 152; Oregon by S5,00fJ. Portland, Nov. . Late returns show that Roosevelt's majority will be practically 86.000. or three times larger than McKlnley"s. A singular feature In many districts Is that Debs ran ahead of Parker. The republl' cans make a clean sweep of the state legislature. Swallow's Vote Equals Parka's. Portland, Nov. 9. Swallow's -vote In two, -counties equals Parker's. At noon reports show that prohibition is lost In a number of counties, but the republican national gains oostlsme. Na. For orohikui " Xiit :IM Prohibition. "Vil lM" Roosevelt, 228 1 "l ewlt, t. llT--''' Prohibition. T; 'rParker: """""bmon, ak. ark oJ. Por Prohibition, 5 txs ?'X n ProhtM. ProhlblUon, in. Parker, OF THE ACCIDENT KIIXING OF CONDUCTOR BltOWV WAS WTTXEBSEn. HEAVIEST ELEGTORAt MAJORITY EVER CAST Roosevelt Has Three Hundred ThirtyJhree Votes in the tlectoral College Beyond Doubt lU-puhllcan Majority of Eighrf-fonr In the House and Twenty-four in the Srnate as a Rnmtt of This Election ('otrlterd Defeated In MInnoiitI, Which tllvrn Its EleMoral Vote to lloonevelt Folk Is Elected Gover nor of Miuouui Montana Legislature Will Be Republican Clone Capital CXNUest sa Wyoming. Was Walking Backward, When Struck and Almost Instantly Killed By the Tender of the Hdper Inquest Will Be Held Tomorrow, While the Funeral W1U Take Place Tomorrow at S P. M. From the M- K. Church. Train No. 1, the westbound O. R. N. passenger, due here at a. m. arrived this morning at 10:80. In charge of Conductor Harry C. Grady r La Grande, and Brakemen William MBonald and B. F. Perry. Brakemen McDonald and Perry are the crew that left bore yesterday morning with Conductor Charles F. Brown, son No. (, and Conductor Grady - was called at La Grande to take charge of the train, after the tragic death of Mr. Brown at Ka mela. Braketauui .Perry was close by at the time of the accident and shouted to Mr. Bnssnn Just as the helper en gine struck ilm, but It was too late, to save hiss. The helper had backed Into the siding near the .diner, and stopped to wait for the lineman te get aboard the engine after closing the switch. Conductor Brown, after bleeding the sir cocks on the diner, preparatory to conpllng the train to It, was looking' under the car, walking slowly back ward. In the middle of the track, to ward the engine, which was also mov ing backward, to get out of the way of the passenger train, which was coming In to couple on to the dining car. Neither engineer nor fireman saw him, and hs was busied with ths diner and did not see nor hear the approach of the engine, and was caught under the rear end of the tender and almost Instantly killed, In presence of the porter of the diner, Brakeman Perry and several resi dents ot Kamela, who were watching the trains. " The inquest will be held tomorrow. Arrangements are being made for a special train to be run from La Grande tomorrow. A large number of friends from La Grands will attend the funeral which will be held at I o'clock tomorrow from the at. K. New York, Sov. 8. The greatest surprise of the election was given to day when It was learned the vote of the "solid South" had been broken by the great Roosevelt landslide. With Missouri In the republican col umn President Roosevelt will have 838 votes In the electoral college. While both sides claim that state, which for 15 years has been safely democratic In national elections, late returns In Is afternoon place Missouri under the republican banner. That Joseph Folk carried the state for governor Is not disputed. West Virginia Republican, in West Virginia, the returns come in slowly, but a republican victory Is Indicated. The landslide Is augmented by a MntiHHonn nlnrnlltv nf 400.000 In Pennsylvania, and the impotency of Tammany Is evidenced by the loss of Brooklyn to Parker. Marked republican gains In con gressional districts and the change of complexion of several state legis latures have firmly established tne republican control of congress by a majority of 84 in the house and 24 In the senate. Late returns Indicate the election of republican legislatures In Nebras ka, "Washington, Connecticut, Dela ware, Utah, Wisconsin, West Virgin la and Nevada, with the possible ad dition of Missouri. Among the democratic senators likely to be retired Is Cockrell, of Missouri, and Gibson, of Montana. The seat of Chairman Cowherd, chairman of the democratic congres sional committee. Is also likely to be lest to the democrats. Enormous Socialist Vote. Chicago, Nov. 8. Leaders of both the jrepubllcan and democratic par ties are dased by the Bhowlng made in Chicago by 'the socialists. The polling of 41,54 votes for Debs. In the opinion of local leaders, presages important changes In the line-up of eolMcal parties in unicago, wmi . possibility of the psssing oi me . dominant factor. The Illinois socialist vote is ex pected to reach 150,000. This enor mosw gain has Been at the expense of the democrats. Mixed Tickets In Utah. i.. Knv a The reDubll cans claim that Roosevelt will lead the entire republican ticket, though this Is net eonaeded by the demo crats who oontend the lead Is too it tv tth rlaim. Owing to III K 1 1 W J ' ...... - the heavy scratching the judges In some districts ewe still working m ( A rhM are no complete ihviiiiiib, - - returns. Roesewelt has 0000 plurality In the state. . n - 2ina In Indiana. Indianapolis, Nov. . Returns this morning Indicate the state is .cawv republican by 60.W0, and may reach tc aaa Hi tAiMillcana 'have gain ed' two members oongress, .carry ing ths second an ltth districts. Hmlv for a-oveiuer. is running w behind Roosevelt. . Oeaa Sweep la Iowa. Timm uninn Nov. I. Retaras from the second district, the only oovduui in h. Mmim. show that Dawson. republican, is elected over Wade. democrat, by 400 plurality. Boase .i'. niuratitv In the state approx imates 24S.OOO. Every candidate for congress Is re-elected hv an Increased majority eaeept in the first and second districts. Capital Contest Close. ' r-h.venna. Nov. I. Lata figures give Roosevelt 8500 plurality; Men- dell, 500 and ths state ucaei iroro 8000 to 8000. The contest on ths cap ital Is very close. West Virginia RepabUcan. prirrhurr. W. Vs.. Not. . Re turns are slow, but indications are th.r TkAwann. renubllcan. Is elected governor, but by a small majority as compared with the presidential ticket.,. Great ReunbUcan Iuweesa raffo. N. D.. Nov. t. More com- nlete returns show an Increased re publican majority of more than 28,- 08. California Heavily Republican, an Francisco, Nov. 9. With only a few precincts to hear from, Roose velt's plurality In California is be tween 05.000 and 70.000. The election of eight republican congressmen- Is assured.,' The district, which Is in doubt, now shows a majority of seve ral hundred for McKlnley, republi can. The republicans have made no table gains In the senate and assem bly. New York All Republican. New York, Nov. 8. Higglns Is elected by between 75,000 and 80,000 over Herrlck. Hlgglns' plurality up state aggregates 157,000. Herrlck' in Greater New York has about 70,000; Roosevelt Leads McKlnley. New York. Nov. 8. The latest re turns indicate that Roosevelt's plu rality outside of the city will be about 167.000. This Is 20.000 more than was given McKlnley. The president's plurality aggregates 208,000. Parker secured S9.000 plurality In Greater New York outside of Brooklyn. Roo sevelt's plurality In Brooklyn Is 1229. Parker Third In Nebraska. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 9. All doubts 'concerning the state tickets are sel j tied by foe later returns, which Indt j cate the election of Mickey, republi can tor governor, Dy 15,000. The republicans have a safe majority In the legislature. Insuring the election of Congressman Rurkett to the sen ate. The congressional delegation is solidly republican with the possible exception of the third. Roosevelt's plurality over Watson is 75,(00. Par ker is the third man In the race. Winding I'p Affairs. Indianapolis, Nov. 8. Chairman Taggart left for New York today to wind up the affairs of the democratic national committee, after which he will return to Indiana. Permanent headquarters will probably be open ed at Indianapolis or at French Lick Springs. Taggart declined to make any statement today. Democratic Governor. Boston, Nov. 9. From late returns It Is estimated that Roosevelt's plu rality In the state will exceed 90.900. Douglass, democrat, for governor, has 40,000. La Folleue Elected. Madison, Wis., Nov. 9 La Follette carries Wisconsin by 45,000 plurality. running behind the national ticket by 5000. The legislature will be repub lican on joint ballot, but Senator Quarles is doomed. Congressman Babcock, who fought La Follette, is apparently elected. . On the face of the returns he has only a plurality of 18 votes, and this may be reversed. State, Ticket In Doubt. St. Paul, Nov. 9. Roosevelt .car ries Minnesota, undoubtedly, by 100, 000. The entire republican congres sional ticket Is elected. The guber natorial contest Is close. The repub licans still claim the election but the indications point to the election of Johnson, democratic, by a narrow margin. Roosevelt Carries Missouri. Chicago, Nov. 9. Messages receiv ed by Chairman Tawney from St Louis today state that Missouri is repuMlcan on the national ticket by 10,900 plurality. The republicans, however, concede ths election of Folk for. governor, by a safe margin. The Missouri state republican chairman Is quits positive as to the claims for Roosevelt, 0,900 Plurality. Topeka, Nov. 9. Roosevelt's plu rality In Kansas will reach 90,000. The eight republican congressmen ran even with ths ticket Bryan Has Plana, Bryan has organization nlana. but intends to stand snonsor for tham himself. Re will make public his political purposes In an editorial soon. Walla Walla County Mixed. (Special to the East Oregonlan..) Walla Walla, Nov. 9. With the ex ception of the two commissioners and the auditor, the republicans have car ried, everything in Walla Walla county. Mead, republican candidate for governor, Inst the county by 101. Following are the officers elected: Commissioners George Struthers, J. H. Morrow. Superior Judge Hon. Thomas H. Brents. Sheriff Charles 8. Painter. Clerk Dorsey Hill. Treasurer P. B. Hawley. County attorney Lester S. Wilson. Araesesor R. J. Berryman. Superintendent of Schools Grant S. Bond. Surveyoi" L. Loehr. Coroner W. D. Smith. Senator 12th district Fred M. Pauly; joint senator 11th district still In doubt, with O. T. Hudson, ot Rltxvllle, the republican candidate. apparently In the lead. Representatives 12th district Wil liam R. Rudlo, E. R. Henderson; representative 13th district William H. Webber. IN TIE SUPREME COURT OF STATE Cases Called Which Will Af ford Material for Inter esting Contests. IIIIST CASE 18 LARCENY APPEAL FROM HARNEY. PLACES FOR NORTHWEST BOYS. Nominations for Midshipman Now In Order. Portland, Nov. 9. Between now and March 5, nominations for mid shipman for the Annapolis Naval academy for the class of 1909 must be made by senators and represen tatives. A report from Washington states that Senator Mitchell and Represen tative Williams of Oregon will have appointments to make this winter, as will Senator Foster and one represen tative In Washington, and Represen tative French of Idaho. Business Block Burned. Oil City, Pa., Nov. 9. Fire early this morning destroyed the Smart & Sllbertberg block. Loss, 8175,000. JaM Silence Two Forts. Toklo. Nov. 9. It is reported that forts Rislung and Busung mountains have been completely silenced by the Japanese. Their main strength is said to be engaged in an attack on Etse mountnln. Archbishop's Fnnerul. Cincinnati, O., "Nov. 9. The funer al of the late Archbishop Elder was held at St. Peter's cathedral this morning with Imposing ceremony. In terment was In St. Joseph's ceme tery. y IN PLANING MILL POLISHES HIGH GRADE FINISHING LUMBERS. Will Io Thirty Times as Much Work as Any Other "Sander" In Use In Eastern Oregon Mr. Forster Will Soon Enlarge the Capacity of the Planing Mills, Made Necessary by an Immense Volume of Recent Or dors. The largest piece of machinery of the kind ever unloaded In Umatilla county has Just been Installed by Rob ert Forstern his planing mill In this city. It la wW Is known as a sander and Is . asedy for finishing doors, mouldings ariuXother high-grade cab inet work. Trie door to be finished by the sander Is passed through It be tween two sets of rollers, Incased In the finest grade of sandpaper. An automatic fan blows away the dust and the article being finished Issues from the opposite side of the man chine polished like glass. Ths sander weighs 8260 pounds and will do more work In a day than the machines now In use In Eastern Oregon will do In SO days constant work. It is the only machine of the kind In Eastern Oregon and makes the Forster mills the most complete In this part of ths state. Mr. Forster will enlarge the capac Ity of his mills by tearing out ths of fices now used In the corner of the building and converting that space Into a part of the factory He will erect a new office building In front of the present building and will add a machine known as a stick er, for making high-class mouldings, as soon as he vacates the room new used as offices. Mr. Forster has now on hand some Damage Case From Union County, In Which O. R. & N. Is Defendant, Is Exciting Much Interest A Crim inal Case From Harney County Has a Change of Venue to Salem for Trial An Appeal Case From, Grant County Is Being Exhaustive ly Argued Today. The state supreme court reconven ed this morning after the election re cess. Cases taken up before ths body today follow: State of Oregon respondent, against Francis M. Teller, appellant. Judge Lionel! R. Webster represents ths ap pellant. This Is a case appealed from Harney county. Teller was convict ed of larceny. H. Malnard, respondent, against the O. R. & N. Company, appellant LeRoy Lomux represents the respon dent, and James E. Wilson the rail road. The case Is an appeal from Union county. Malnard brought suit for Injuries alleged to have been caused by the carelessness of ths ap pellant. State, respondent, against R. K. Clark and John L. Milan, appellants, transferred to Salem. This la a crim inal action from Harney county. Gammons and Malarkey represent the appellants. . Perry V. Uloan, appellant, against Benjamin Sloan, respondent, submit ted on briefs. Action begun in ths courts of Baker county, A. B. Mount, representing the appellant and John. L. Rand tile respondent. State of Oregon ex rel, Grant. Thornberg, respondents, against G. H. Guthrldge, appellant; appeal front: Grant county. Being argued this af ternoon on motion to dismiss. P. J.. Brown, for the respondent, and A. B. Leady for the appellant. IDAHO GOOD KOAD8. Expert From Washington Bent by the Government Boise, Nov. 9. James W. Abbott, who Is connected with the good roads department of the department of ag riculture, arrived In the city last night to confer with ths county com- , mlssloners regarding ths building of new roads In Ada county. Boms time ago the county commissioners sent a request to the department to have an expert in road building sent to Boise to construct some expert ment roads. The department assigned Mr. Ab bott to the work. When seen this morning at the 1 dan ha, where he Is stopping, he said he had nothing to. give out until hs had oonferrsd with the county commissioners whom hs expected to meet today. If ths com- ; mlssloners will appropriate ths neoes. sary money It is more than likely that he will build short stretches of roads' passing over various conditions. t MINING CONSOLIDATION. The Bunker Hill and Montesunut Have Combined. Baker City, Nov. 9. The well known Monteiuma and Bunker Hill claims on the mother lods of Cracker creek, have been consolidated. . Ths combination is one of Importance and Is the basis of some big things In mniing In that section. Work Is be ing pushed on (he claims under ths supervision of Warren Cable who states that development will consist of over 1300 feet ef tunnels. Oregon Mops to Knglaad. Salem, Nov. 9. It Is understood that 500 bales of Marlon county hops were purchased this week for export to ths English market. Several buy- mi m-ers asked eoncernlns tha rennrt. . l. rVIHVI J I CUB IIUTf VII ,UI,U " ... w . . -. of the largest orders for woodwork and while not denying It they so ever given In ths city. He Is making pearea very reticent, xns reported Portland Against Prohibition. Portland, Nov. 9 The count Is not complete for Multnomah county, but ths last figures on ths prohibition question gives 4700 for prohibition (Continued OS pass 14 all the fittings and wooden fixtures for the three new school buildings, the Smith-Crawford building, ins John Schmidt building, the Odd Fel lows' hall at Athena, the new school house at Pilot Rock, a residence for John Van Orsdall, Joseph Viakley and George Mumm, besides several smaller contracts. Steel Plant Burned. Newcastle, Ind., Nov. 9. The plant of tha Chicago Steel Co. In this city, burned today. Loss, 8100,000. price paid was 81 cents, and tha grade was ordinary. Reports from the Portland market today say that 89 cents Is being freely offered for good hops, with very few sellers. Prof, Search at Whitman. Walla Walla, Nov. 8. The Preston W. Search lectures will take place In the Memorial chapel this week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr, Search speaks before ths Agricultu ral College at Pullman ths first part of the week. '.if hurch, te this city.