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KEYNOTE OF RALLY
Republicans Launch Campaign
; to Put Party in Power in
Oregon Talks Thrill.
'GIVE PROSPERITY," IS CRY
Appeal Made lor Support for Ticket
dominated at Primary Candl-
t dates Pledge. Themselves to
E Cause of Harmony.
ONI.T TWO MORE DATS TO REG
ISTER. ' Restration for the May primaries
will close tomorrow Bight- Tnonsands
of citizens In Multnomah County who
have not yet registered, have an op
portunity to sign tha books within
the next two day. Those who do
not do 00 will lose their votes in
the primaries unless they are sworn
in at the polls, which is an incon
venient and uncertain procedure.
Tha registration books will be
closed at 6 o'clock: tomorrow after
noon. They will bo kept open until
9 o'clock tonight. County Clerk Cof
fey bu a large corps of deputies In
charge to handle the rush that la
expected. Naturalized citizens are
required to show their papers to the
Party spirit and enthusiasm and a
determination to put the Republican
party back in control in Oregon by
working to bring about united support
of the ticket nominated at the pri
mary election marked a mass meeting
held in the assembly hail of the Central
Library, under the auspices of the
Lincoln Republican Club, Wednesday
The purpose of the meeting was to
lay the foundations for an intelligent
and zealous Republican organization
in Multnomah County and Portland. It
was well attended. Though the list
f speakers included several candi
dates for Republican nominations,
they put aside their personal candida
cies without exception and spoke for
party harmony and Republican success.
C. B. Moores. who presided, in his
openings remarks questioned the Re
publicanism of C W. Ackerson, can
date for Republican National commit
teeman. Mr. Moores showed that Mr.
Ackerson had iirst registered as a
Progressive, that ba had signed the
nominating petition of Dr. Henry Wal
do Coe, candidate for Progressive Na
tional committeeman, and then, after
an eleven th-hour change of registra
tion to Republican. had come out
against Ralph K. Williams as a candi
date for the one office to which, of all
others, he said, a strong party man
should be elected.
A strong party talk, was made by
William A. Leet. He traced in detail
the record of hard times and disaster
that has attended Democratic admin
istrations since 1837 and the prosperity
that has always resulted with a return
to Republican government.
"Give Tin Prosperity," I Plea.
"Give us the party that brings pros
perity," he said. "We have had a
year of Democratic rule and enough of
iiard times. The nonpartisan cry has
prevailed long enough. It Is the duty
of every candidate for a Republican
nomination and I am one of them to
take off his coat and work his hardest
in support of the Republican ticket and
prosperity in our state, whether he is
nominated or whether he isn't."
K. L. Amidon explained the work of
the Lincoln Republican Club and its
efforts to get good men to run for pre
cinct committeemen, in this county. Of
the efforts of one Charley Lockwood to
prevent the names of some of these
candidates from going on the ballot,
on the technicality that they had not
signed their nominating petitions as
circulators of the petitions. Mr. Amidon
quoted Attorney-General Crawford in a
verbal opinion last night to tha effect
that this constituted a clerical error
only and that it would not invalidate
the nominating petitions.
"It seems when the people's hard
earned homes are put in jeopardy that
they should turn upon the party which
never knows when it gets enough, and
put the right party into power," said
Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway tn a brief
aodreas in which she told why she is
and has been a lifelong Republican.
People's Administration Needed."
"Are you Republicans willing to go
Into the Republican party and support
Republicans?" asked K. H. Deery. "If
bo, you will have & people's adminis
tration. "You people here in Oregon have
een traitors to your state and traitors
to your party. Are we going to be
traitors after the primary,, or are we
Koing to support the ticket we have
nominated and elect Republicans? Let
us put a man at Salem who will do his
duty. The Republican party is the
party that can do it if It unites and
supports Its nominees." -
Mr. Deery praised tha efforts of the
Lincoln Republican Club, which, he
said, is doing a great work in its ac
tivities In behalf of party harmony and
xintted organization. "If you support
Sts meetings." he added, -you will not
elect 'non-partisans' to office."
"It is a simple case of 'United we
stand, divided we fall,'" declared Con
rad P. Olson. "There, is nothing unholy
in getting together and organizing for
success. I want to see the Republi
can party again united. Get out and
work. Go Into your precincts and
preach unity and we will win."
C. A. Joans Plead for United Efforts.
C. A. Johns also spoke of united
"Oregon has been largely represent
ed by Democras, due to 'non-partisan-ship,'"
said Mr. Johns. "And Senator
Chamberlain is surely a "non-partisan'
limit. There is no man more honor
able, more esteemed or more successfnl
than R. A. Booth, and every Republi
can in Oregon should work to put out
the 'non-partisan' Democrat. Chamber
lain, and put in the Republican Mr.
"The Lincoln Republican Club can
not rout the Democratic party without
the support of the rank and file of the
Republicans," said George N. Farrin.
"Lend your moral and financial sup
port in behalf of Republican success."
"The Republican party in the past
has solved every great question that
has been presented to the American
people." said W. A. Carter. "Republi
can success in Oregon this year will
be the first step in putting the Re
publican party back in power and tn
bringing back general prosperity."
C. A". MeArthur Makes Spirited Talk.
C. N. McArthur also delivered a
spirited party talk. He said that he
was a Republican and that he had no
apologies to make for It. He pointed
out the benefits that have accrued
from Republican government in the
past and urged a. revival of party spir
it and enthusiasm.
Miss ilary K, McKinaon a. candidate
OREGON POLITICAL GOSSIP
Prohibitionists Name Multnomah. County and Legislative Tickets at
Convention Here "Suffrage Day" Programme Completed; Demon
stration to Take Place Saturday Night George C. Mason Heads Non
partisan League to Check Preak Laws News of the Candidates
A PROHIBITION county ticket, com
plete for county offices with a
few exceptions and including a
full legislative ticket, was nominated
Wednesday.' at a Prohibition party
county convention In the Behnke
Three of the Prohibition nominees
for county offices and three for the
Legislature are candidates for the same
nominations from other parties at the
primary election. D. V. Hart, Prohibi
tion choice for County Commissioner, is
seeking the Republican nomination.
Miss Lida M. O'Bryon, nominated for
department No. 3 of tho ni.tri.
is an aspirant for the RAnnhiicsti nom
ination. Ernest A. Middlebrooks. nom
inated for County Surveyor, is also a
II. A. Darnall and H. C Kornegay,
two of the Prohibition nominees for
thA lOWer hma rf VA T ....:.-1 .
- - . ... & 1 0 1 I U I
are Republican aspirants also, and Mrs.
M. L. T. Hidden, another Prohibition
nominee, is seeking the Progressive
primary indorsement. These candidates
are all expected to run on the Prohibi
tion ticket- even If riafanta . . -
other party primaries.
riere is the Prohibition county
ticket as nominated yesterday:
Kor Pnttntir '.... ... .. n
Hart (incumbent) and L H. Amos'; for
.si. jjuii; ior county Clerk,
J. A. Dunbar, of Lents; for County
TrftflSUrflP T nr-art TLC T 1 .1 - .
u.nuu u. JJam W III, ior
County Surveyor, Ernest A. Mlddle-
mi coroner, jr, ju. H. East'
for Countv Anriitnr TT A r- . r
Judge of the District Court, department
No. 3. Miss Lida M. O'Bryon; for Con-
roniara aistrict, u. W. Clark,
partments No. 1 and No. 2 of the Dis-
mci uouri, or ior justice or the Peace
and Constable of the St. Johns and
Here is the legislative ticket:
For i-ir.-l tf SAnntnf fmrn -
County Rev. C. C. Poling.
For Ininr RtntA Rnmtn. ... -
Clackamas-Columbia counties B. C.
-n.niua.il, or irresnam.
and Clackamas counties R. E. Beegle,
For SMrraintilluu i..n
County. 12 to be elected H A. Dar-
ui. iiciua, ivxrs. juaria .l. --. Hidden,
H. C. Kornegay, Dr. Joseph E. Hall. J.
Allen Karrfunn T A ' .. X, ... - .
-. . - . luuu u. si ui;o nui.
verton. O. J. Sherman, Mrs. Mary Mal-
Jonnson, iwrs, Jucta Faxon
Additon and J. w. re-nri i 1 t,. -
To the Prnhihitinn nini n i t. j.,.!....
were elected: J. A. Dunbar, chairman:
- . . . . . n . nun en, vice
chairman; Mrs. S. Alice Hanson, secre
tary; j. Alien Harrison and W. T. M al
io ry. assistant secretaries.
AbOUt the linlT Hnkata tn 4)..
J .... . . . 1 LIU, V. J 11
vention arose over the question of
ncLiier a complete legislative ticket
should be nominated, or whether ef
forts should be concentrated on four
nominees. Those in favor of the full
ticket carried the day by a wide mar
gin. There wan no rnrnont v,
inations. About all the delegates had
ij uo as to attirm the choices of a
nominating- r-nm mitf 01. 22.214.171.124. .
ed all the nominations. This commit
tee was composed of I. H. Amos, chair-
uiu, n.. J.1DOS, in. u. Meain. J. A. Dun
bar, R. E. Beegle, W. E. Critchlow, Mrs.
Among other resolutions brougnt In
by the resolutions committee was one
calling on the County Commissioners
to request the local society of engi
neers to n arm- a committee to investi
gate the plans, specifications and work
done on the Columbia highway in Mult
nomah Countv. th Pvnona .1. 5 ..1. i .
- . . . . ...... v. . I. Ill v, 11, it
was declared, "seems high."
uunDar was chairman and Rev
IT. L. Cox siiri.t i.r r K
The state Prohibition convention will
"wo in rortiano, at the Taylor
street Church, on May 6 and 6.
That a ll?lnl9tivA hntltr . - - i
. ' ' t -i ui Har
mony with the state executive is re
sponsible for most of the freak legis
lation of Oregon, and that a Repub
lican Legislature and Democratic Gov
ernor that will not "pull together" are
the cause of increased burden to tax
navers of thin itat, wo. v, . . -
a talk made by Charles A. Johns, Re
publican candidate for Governor, at a
ReDUblican rallv in fni-tomi.tv, m
, . 1., Tues
It is the duty of the voters of
Oregon," said Mr. Johns, "to elect a
law-making body in sympathy with
cctuuve, ana until these two
branches of the state government are
in harmnnv flres-ni. ,
that will reduce the burden of the
Continuing, Mr. Johns paid a tribute
to tha chAmotAi anA 1nKnvi.. . n .
Booth, Republican candidate for United
States Senator. "It makes no differ
ence what mud may bo slung, what
Incriminations may be hurled in the
heat of a political struggle," he said.
U,D,C no miiuence tnat may be
brought to bear Uiat will make those
who reallv knnw KTw t9ma.. v...,
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that he (s not honest and capable.' He
will be a credit to Oregon and to the
for "Rose Oiihuti " ' 1 n i
. - , m ouiu. arte
v. as accompanied - by Mrs. Winifred
Announcement of two functions for
Republican women were made by Mrs.
Duniway lust nefhr tv... - j
journed. One is to be a noon luncheon.
wuica candidates for Governor are
ivr opean, at tne Maunomao Hotel on
Monday, and the other a dollar dinner
for all Republicans,- men and women
and their friends, at the Multnomah
Hotel on Wednesday night
FORTRESS .TERRIBLE JAIL
Fletcher Removes Mexican Prsoniers
From Historic Dnngtxm-IIou.se.
VERA. CRUZ. April ' 30 Rear-Admiral
Fletcher's decision to remove all
prisoners from the fortress of San Juan
de Ulua was reached after, an inspec
tion, which verified the tales that had
been written and told for generations
of the terrible conditions prevailing. -
nny aungeons were below the
water line, when the- tide was running
in, at which time the inmates, manv o."
whom were naif blind on account of-
their long incarceration in semi-darkness,
were drenched. Other dungeons
were so constructed that it was im
possible for the victims to lie down.
Among those held in confinement
were men once of prominence.
AUTO BURNS IN 4 MINUTES
Vancouver Grocer Starts Explosion
While Cranking Truck.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Aprl. 29.
(Special.) When A. j. Collings, presi
dent of the) Vancouver Grocers' Asso
ciation, attempted to crank his auto
delivery truck today, the pipe leading
from the gasoline tank to the car
buretor burst and the gasoline ex
ploded instantly, enveloping the car
The fire' department responded in
four minutes with the - automobile
chemical, but too late to save the car,
which was totally ruined.
This was tlie first time tliat Mr.
TTTE MORXTXG OTt EG OXTAy, FRIDAY.
entire Pacific Coast when elected to
the United States Senate."
Mr. Johns said he believed 1914 is a
Republican year in Oregon, and that
the voters are ready "to unite on men
and principles that presage the re
turn of prosperity and happiness."
The programme for the big Suffrage
Day gathering in the Lincoln High
School auditorium next Saturday night,
under the auspices of the National
American Woman Suffrage Associa
tion, has been completed. It Is to be
Suffrage ode, sung to tune "America" by
the audience, led by Mrs. Fred Olson.
Remarks by Dr. Esther Pohl-Lovejoy, who
will tell purpose of the meeting.
Republican representative. Mrs. Laura
democratic representative. Miss Emma
Progressive representative, Mrs. T. B. Keu.
Senatorial and Congressional candidates
declare attitude towasd National woman suf
frage, speaker to be introduced by women
of same party.
Adoption of resolutions calling on Congress
to grant National woman suffrage.
Honors to -Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway.
Song, "Star Spangled Banner," sung by
Mrs. Jj'red Olson, accompanied by orchestra.
The Suffrage day demonstration here
is to be only one of many similar dem
onstrations in cities throughout the
United States. In San Francisco there
will be a large open-air gathering. In
Seattle plans have been made for a big
rally. In New York the. meeting is to
be opened by an address by John Pur
roy Mitchel. Mayor.
Mayor Albee has been Invited to
make an address at the rally here,
though his acceptance has not yet been
In rASnnnDa r an ( . . I .
-w "... 1U4U11J1 iua.ua ui
George M. Brown, Republican candl-
ior anorney-iieneral, as to wheth
er if nominated for Attorney-General
br the Prnhihinn n., .....u
cept the nomination and canvass the
aims regaraiess of whether he wins
the Republican nomination. Mr. Brown
has made the following reply:
"I have been a Republican all my life
and am now asking my party to nom
inate me as its candidate for the of
fice of Attorney-General at the Repub
lican primary election in May. I am
making my campaign upon my record
as a law enforcing officer In Southern
Oregon for a period of 18 years and
under the terms of the direct primary
law, I hope to secure my party's nom
ination: but in the event I fail I will
consider it my duty to support the Re
publican who may be nominated in my
stead. I firmly believe that a candidate
who enters the direct primary should
abide by the results thereof and that
he is honor hnnnil n i. . .
. " Buiffw, . uu yitrLjr a
nominee. Such being my conviction
iu miemion, ano tne purpose of the
direct primary law, I could not con
sider any proposition to make a cam
paign as a standard bearer of any
At a rally at Lents. Dr. Samuel C
Slocum. candidate for re-election as
Coroner, declared that he was in favor
not merely of a public morgue, but of
a publicly owned and controlled
morgue. He read statistics in regard
to the establishment and maintenance
of public morgues which he had gath
ered from other cities. Dr. Slocum also
quoted an extract from the report of
Municipal Expert Sands commending
his administration of the Coroner's of
fice. Grant B. Dimick. candidate for Gov
ernor; Frank S. Grant, candidate for
Attorney-General; C. A. Appelgren.
candidate for Department No. 2 of the
District Court: Andy Weinberger, can
didate for Constable; R. W. Gill, can
didate for the Legislature, and Miss
Lida O'Bryon, candidate for Department
No. 3 of the District Court, were other
speakers. F. B. Peterson presided.
At a meeting in the Central Library
Tuesday night, the speakers included J.
A. Churchill, State Superintendent of
Public Instruction; Judge Charles L. Mc
Nary, of the State Supreme Court; J. J.
Johnson, candidate for Attorney-General;
and R. W. Gill, H. A. Darnall. E
E. Southard and R. A. Willison. candi
dates for the Legislature. Mrs. Clara
Waldo, of the Oregon Agricultural
One of the livliest Republican rallies
of the primary campaign was held un
der the auspices of the Lincoln Repub
lican Club in the Montavilla school
Tuesday night. Speakers at the rally inl
eluded Conrad P. Olson, candidate for
re-election to the Legislature; Nelson
R. Jacobson, candidate for Congress- C
W. Hohlt. candidate for County Com
missioner: Miss Lida O'Bryon, candi
date for Department No. 3. of the Dis
trict Court; and Evert L Jones, spoke
for George M. Brown, candidate for Attorney-General.
Archie F. Leonard, Republican candi
date for Sheriff of Multnomah County,
has been campaigning in Holbrook,
Llnnton, Burlington and St. Johns. A
few days ago Mr. Leonard completed
a. trip through the eastern part of the
county, in which he visited Troutdale,
Fairview. Gresham and other towns.
Colllngs had had -the car out this
a - - .... i . i n ii i tr ia 1 u I SSUV-
TRUST BILL IS DRAFTED
Senate .Measure Differs From Tnat
,-'in House of Representatives.
WASHINGTON. April 30-The final
draft of a drastic bill for the regula
tion of interstate corporations was
approved today by a subcommittee of
the Senate interstate commerce com
mittee. It wlU be laid before the full
committee Friday and may be reported
to the Senate next week.
This new measure for the anti-trust
legislation programme would provide
for the creation of an Interstate trade
commission of five members with pow
ers greatly similar to the Interstate
Commerce Commission. It would pro
hibit Interlocking directorates and
holding companies: give . the trade
commission supervision over capitali
zation and make unlawful the pur
chase or sale of commodities by a
days) It A. M. to
8 P. M.
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common carrier to or from any other
corporation the directors of which are
the directors of a carrier. The ques
tion whether the Sherman anti-trust
act shall be enforced against labor and
farmers' organizations is not dealt
with in the bill.
Members of the committee said to
night that the bill was radically dif
ferent from that being framed In - the
House. It ts not known definitely
whether it has the approval of Presi
dent Wilson, but it was pointed out
that prominent Democrats on the com
mittee have had recent consultations
at the White House.
JEFFERSON 22; HILL 2
HIGH SCHOOL, TEAM RUNS IP BIG
GEST SCORE OF" SEASON.
Poor Fielding; by Academy Aggregation
Responsible Partly for Many
Hits Off Pitcher Blulr.
Interscholastic Baseball Standings.
W. L. P.O. ( W L. P O
Columbia.. 2 LOOOiLinraln o" 1 .000
Jefferson.. 1 o 1.000IH1I1 llil'y.. 0 I .000
IPort. Acad..O 1 .ooo
The largest score so far this season
of the Portland interscholastic base
ball league was run up Wednesday on
Multnomah Field, when the Jefferson
High School nine trimmed the Hill
Military Academy squad 22 to 2. Pitcher
Mulr of the losers was not wholly
responsible for the large score as sev
eral of the 22 hits made by the high
schoolers were due to poor fielding on
the part of the Academy players.
Pnr say. An Itii....... . i. . . .
- - - lucisrs couia
do very little with the offerings of
! me eismn r lrstDaneman
Stinson doubled to deep center scoring
the only two runs of the game for the
Hill team. Five hits were secured oft
the East Side pitcher.
One or more runs were registered
by Coach Newell's team in every in
ning, but the third. Five were made
in the first and last frames before the
side could be retired.
Following Is the lineup:
Plaintiffs Get Verdict at Oregon City
for $C00O Xfeunages.
OREGON CITY. Or.. April 29. (Spe
cial.) W. T. Kinsey and M. B. Ragan
were awarded $2000 against Peter and
Anna Henry by a jury in the Circuit
The plaintiffs alleged that in Ee-
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