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THE MORNING OREGONIAN", TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914.
COLONEL TO RANKS
Own Party Has Accomplished
Nothing but Defeat of Re
. publican Measures.
JlPf iff If! wiilf 1 Wfppiis
'AIDES ARE IN OBLIVION
Reforms for Which Republicans Are
Striving Delayed by Roosevelt
and No Compensating Bene
. fit Has Resulted.
OREGON! AN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, Nov. 22. "What rood has the
Progressive party accomplished?" asked
one of the most progressive Repub
licans In Congress, discussing: the re
sults of the recent election. Answering;
bis own question, he said:
"It set the progressive movement
back 20 years; it eliminated from publlo
life many of the most progressive lead
ers within the Republican party; it
elected a Democratic President and a
Democratic Congress by minority vote
In 1912. and re-elected a Democratic
Congress this year. Having: accom
plished these things, the Progressive
party has ceased to be a political factor
In most of the states, and in another
two years will have lost its potency
Republican Party Progressive.
A survey of the results of the elec
tion this year and the results of 1912
confirm this opinion. At the time Colo
nel Roosevelt undertook to wreck the
Republican party and build up In its
stead what he chose to call the Pro
gressive party the progressive element
was nearly strong- enough to dominate
the Republican organization, and many
of the old "stand-pat" leaders had re
tired or were about to be retired. The
Republican party had made a reputa
tion for progress; it had enacted scores
of progressive National measures, and
Republican Legislatures In many of the
states had put through laws that were
as progressive as any Colonel Roose
velt ever demanded.
Had the nght for progressive ideas,
progressive men and progressive re
forms been made entirely within the
Republican party, that party today
would be In power and the progressive
element would be dominant.
Colonel's Supporters Thrown Out.
Because the Colonel insisted on build
Ing up his third party, and because he
thought he could put the iepuDiican
party out of business, the men who
then gave him their sympathy and sup
port who had been closest to him dur
ing his term in the White House have
been thrust out of the limelight and out
of office, and the progressive strength
in Congress has been diminished, all
because the Colonel refused to make his
tight for progress within the Repub
Looking over the list of those de
feated one finds the names of Senators
Beveridge, of Indiana; Bourne of Ore
gon, Brown of Nebraska, Dixon of Mon
tana, Dolllver of Iowa (who died before
the Chicago revolt, however), Bristow
of Kansas, Burton of Ohio and Craw
ford of South Dakota. Even Victor
Murdock, the Progressive leader in the
House, went down to defeat at the re
cent election, and that sterling Pro
gressive. Glfford Plnchot, made such a
pitiable showing In the Pennsylvania
Senatorial campaign as to mark him
forever as a "dead" one, politically.
Slaughter Not Finished.
The slaughter Is not done. There
remain In the Senate two men who
aided Colonel Roosevelt, Senator Poin
dexter, of Washington, and Senator
Clapp, of Minnesota. Two years hence,
when these Senators seek re-election,
they, too, will go down to defeat, un
less they see the light and return to
the Republican party, and even if they
do they may not land, the Republican
nomination in 1916.
Senator LaFollette, also, is likely to
be retired to private life, with Poln
dexter and Clapp.- While LaFollette
was not a party to the Roosevelt third
party movement, having been a rival
candidate for the Republican nomina
tion, he was. In his prime, one of the
most forceful progressive Republicans
In the Senate, and the gubernatorial
election In Wisconsin this year, which
resulted in the election of Governor
Phillip on a platform opposed to all
that LaFollette represents, foreshad
ows the retirement of "Fighting Bob"
when his present term expires.
Real Progress Checked.
It was the Roosevelt bolt, and what
followed, that put a check to the pro
gressive movement In the United
States; It was Roosevelt who killed
the movement he professed to advo
cate, and he did this because he over
estimated his own strength and popu
larity. The progressive legislation of
the past has been Republican legisla
tion. It Is only in Republican states
that Senators were elected by popular
vote or tne people prior to the adoption
of the constitutional amendment. It
was only in Republican states that the
initiative and referendum had been
In the late campaign no candidate
of Importance supported by Colonel
xtooseveit was elected, nor was any
canaiaate or importance whom he at
tacked defeated by the voters. These
xacts are apparent to Colonel Rooae
velt. He doubtless realizes the damage
ne nas aone xne Progressive causa.
and he must have awakened to the
lolly 01 his judgment two years aeo
but if he has or if he does awaken to
all this, he also will awaken to the
laot tnat he cannot be the Republican
leader in 1916, for In the two past cam
paigns he fought his best to destroy
the Republican party and failed.
His own party having gone on the
rocks, he must return to the Republi
can party, but ho will not return as
GUN-SALE LAW IS UPHELD
City and State Do Not Conflict In
Purchase of Revolver Is Opinion.
That the rltv nrdl
City Council requiring persons wishing
' vurcnaso revolvers to get a permit
from the Chief of Police and requiring
all stores selling Funs to take out a
license and make a report of sales each
jr iu me ponce .is not In conflict with
the state law is the substance 'of an
vvuiou suDmitted t Mayor Albee yes
terday bv Cltv Att
The state law provli" - that a person
v wcuis & revolver must get a per
mlt slsmed bv tha Pttw Tt r-tm
ty Judge or Justice of the Peace, and
the official must not give a permit
until the applicant has presented an
affidavit signed by two reputable free-
uuiuem voucning tor tne good charac
ter of the applicant.
The Controller of tho city of Now Tork
rooentlr received an ax. with
plalnliur that It had been atolen from the
city 10 year, previously, but had never been
used, and was now returned because of a
One word alone tells the story of
this sale Confidence! -
Portland women know what a sale
means at this store Portland women
yesterday again attested their con
fidence in its integrity 1
Today will see as great a response
as yesterday's come early.
$34.50 to $49.50 ,
$19.50 to $32.50
Entire Third Floor
9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
MORRISON AT FOURTH .
A Shop for Gentlewomen
ATTACK BY MR WINS
Britons Say Friedrickshafen
ADMIRALTY GIVES PRAISE
Fine Feat fit Arms Accomplished In
Penetrating- 120 Miles Into Ger
many, -Winston Cbnrcblll De
clares In Parliament.
LONDON. Nov. 13. It was announced
officially today that the British aviators
who, Saturday afternoon, raided Frled-
richshafen on Lake Constance, report
positively that all the bombs thrown
by them reached their objective points,
and that serious damage was done to
the Zeppelin airship factory.
Details of the aeroplane raid, which
British officers assert inflicted serious
damage, were given in the House of
Commons this afternoon by Winston
Spencer Churchill. First Lord of the
"On Saturday," said Mr. Churchill,
the aeroplanes under the direction of
Squadron Commander E. F. Briggs, of
the naval air service, with Flig-bt Com
mander Bablngton and Flight Lieuten
ant Slppe, flew from French territory
to the Zeppelin airship factory. All of
the three pilots flew down to a close
range, under heavy nre rrom airs nip
truss and rifles. They launched their
bombs In accordance with instructions.
"Commander Briggs Is reported to
have been shot down and to have been
taken, wounded, to a hospital as a
prisoner. The other officers returned
safely to French territory, although
their machines were damaged by tne
Are of the enemy. They report posi
tively that all of the bombs reached
their objective,' and that serious dam
age was done to the Zeppelin factory.
"This night or Z60 allies, penetrating
120 miles into Germany across a moun
tainous country under difficult weather
conditions, constitutes, together with
the attack, a fine feat of arms."
Strike Settlement Falls.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Nov. 23. No
agreement was reached here today in
the negotiations between the inter
national executive committee of the
United Mine Workers of America and
the representatives of the Southwest
ern Coal Operators Association in an
attempt to settle the strike of 1000
coal miners In Southeastern Kansas.
The strikers were employes of Chero
kee & PittBburg Coal Mining Com
pany. The men walked out November
PARDON IS PROBED
Patrick's Liberty Is Declared
Part of Mining Deal.
GOTHAM BANKER INVOLVED
Losing Race Cost $3792.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, Nov. 23. It cost James H. Haw
ley, of Idaho, $3792 to make his un
successful campaign for United States
Senator, according to a statement filed
today with the Secretary of the Senate.
This was all Hawley's own money, he
having received no campaign contributions.
ADVERTISING TALK NO. 12.
No Other Portland News
paper Can Offer the Ad
vantages The Oregonian
Affords Its Advertizers.
No other Portland paper has as much circula
tion; no other Portland paper reaches as many
Portland homes; no other Portland paper carries
the amount of advertising'; no other Portland
paper has the prestige; no other Portland paper
has the influence; The Oregonian stands alone
Circulation, quantity and quality, together with,
great advertising patronage, make The Oregonian
the greatest single-handed sales force in tha
Pacific Northwest. The advertising columns of
The Oregonian carry the messages of Portland's
progressive business houses into more Portland
homes every day than any other Portland news
paper. The readers of the, advertising columns
of The Oregonian are the support of Portland's
Retail Business Houses.
The Circulation Manager can show you, house
by house, just where every Oregonian goes every
morning in the City of Portland. He can point out
these homes on section maps of the entire city.
Or he will tell you block by block. The circula
tion records of The Oregonian are open to any
advertiser, present or prospective.
Over 63,000 daily; over 82,000 Sunday.
You AUTO Buy This
Elegant pure Italian bungalow, which is different from anything in the city and i3 entirely beautiful. Here ihe
rooms are large, spacious and all upon one floor. The light, cheerful aspect of this lovely home is one of its chief
If You Like This
House we can build it for you on a sightly location in our beautiful Bungalow Block in LAURELHURST fox
$4500, which includes house, lot and garage, and we will guarantee the buildings to be constructed strictly in
accordance with plans and specifications and free from mechanics' liens. In addition, if you act quickly, we will
A New Ford Roadster Free
F. O. B.j Detroit. Our terms are $600 to $750 cash and balance payable at from $50 to $60 per month, which
payment 'includes EVERYTHING. '.
How Can We Do It?
It's simple. We have set aside the price of six autos in lieu of extensive newspaper advertising for the entire
tract and to insure the success of this block. There never was a time "one could build in this city as cheaply aa
now. DO YOU KNOW that lumber is cheaper than cordwood right now and that we have reliable contractors
who are glad to take contracts for wages only?
You're figuring on building a home of your own sometime, aren't you? Well, here's an opportunity to in
spect the most wonderful assortment of bungalow plans ever brought to this city, without any obligation on
your part to purchase from us. If this house does not suit, we have many other classy plans.
Do you realize that the price of labor and building materials of all kinds have now reached bedrock and that the
rapid return of prosperity will undoubtedly increase the price of all materials and labor entering into the con
struction of these bungalows before Spring. The general business news is more than encouraging and the re
turn of prosperity absolutely assured, and when it arrives, well all have to work overtime. Don't wait, as it
will cost you at least 30 per cent more to build next Summer than it will right now.
COME IN at 270V Stark street and see plans of the typical California Bungalows -we propose building in
this block. v
PAUL C. MURPHY, Sales Agent for
The Addition of Beautiful Homes
Release of Alleged ' Murderer ot
William Marsh Rice Said to Have
Been Price of Relative's Aid
In Business Enterprise.
NEW TORK, Nov. 28. District At
torney Whitman today Degan an lnves
tlgation of all circumstances attendant
on the granting of a pardon on Novem
ber 27, 1912, by John A. Dix, Governor
of New Tork, to Albert T. Patrick, serv
lng a life sentence at Sing Sing for
the murder of William Marsh Rice.
The investigation was begun after
two affidavits had been filed with the
District Attorney concerning published
statements to the effect that Joseph
Walker, Jr., a WaU Street banker, had
offered to obtain Patrick s pardon if
John T. Milllken, of St. Louis, Patrick'
brother-in-law, would Join him In a
mining deal. The affidavits filed were
made by George C. Goodrich and wife.
Mrs. Anna S. Goodrich, who related
their version of what transpired at a
meeting here among themselves and
Mr. Milllken on March 23. 1912.
Inasmuch as the statute of limita
tions would become operative within
three days. Assistant District Attorney
Delehanty, who was placed in charge of
the Investigation, was Instructed to use
all possible expedition.
Mr. Whitman announced that if the
facts warranted, after further investi
gation, the matter would be placed be
fore the grand Jury.
Ex-Governor Dix, who Is In this city,
said today that he had pardoned Pat
rick solely for the sako of Patrick's
children. He -repeated his previous de
nial of the report tnat he bad pardoned
Patrick at the request of Mr. Walker.
Mr. Dix denied that he was in New
Tork in connection with the Patrick
occupied by the British troops as a
protection against its possible use by
Germany. Some time ago a mild agi
tation was started on the ground that
the Island was leased to Prince von
Bluecher, a descendant of the famous
German commander at the Battle of
Waterloo. A wireless plant was found
there shortly after the outbreak of
the war and destroyed.
Reginald McKenna; home secretary,
explained In the House of Commons
today that a German company had
leased the Island as far back as 1889.
This company In turn leased it to
Prince von Bluecher, who, though
placing certain restrictions, allowed
tourists to land in some cases. The
island has been Inspected, Mr. Mc
Kenna said, and no evidence was found
of military preparations. The authori
ties of Germany have been asked to
take steps to terminate the lease of
the German firm.
Man Dies at 102 Years.
BELLEVTJE. Neb., Nov. 23. Judge
James Gow, 102 years old, died at his
home here today. Death was directly
attributed to old age. Judge Gow was
the oldest man In Nebraska. He settled
here in 1854. He retained the full use
of his faculties up to within a short
tims of his death.
31 arshalU Will Visit In Arizona.
PHOENIX. Ariz., Nov. 23. Vice
President and Mrs. Marshall will pass
Christmas with Mrs. Marshall's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Klmaey, at Scotts-
dale, near here. A Winter home for
tne v ice-r resiaent at ocoiisaaie win
be finished In time for the Christmas
CHARGE DENTED BY 3IILLIKEX
Good rich Crazy Over Failure of
Business Deal, Is Retort.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 28. John T. Milllken
today emphatically denied that a min
ing deal between himself and a banker
of New Tork had anything to do with
the granting of a pardon to his brother-in-law.
Attorney Patrick, by Governor
The affidavit of George J. Goodrich,
published in New Tork' and purporting
to give details of the mine deal in ques
tion, was termed a "tissue of falsehood"
Legal expense and other incidentals
to the long-fought fight for Patrick's
pardon cost MlUiken about 8150,000, the
St. Louis milllonarie said.
"Goodrich is angry at me because I
would not give him an option for the
purchase of a certain gold mine," he
added. "I later gave that option to a
New Tork firm, but the name of Patrick
never waa mentioned in connection with
PRINCE'S ISLAND SEIZED
British Occupy Herme, Held TJnder
Lease by Von Bluecher.
LONDON. Nov. 23. The Island of
Herme, no of the channel group oft
the coast of Guernsey, which is less
than a square mile In area, fcas boon
0 AJaO (3 JQ fcO
2 (D) (0)8(03
Passed Green BJver at 7: SO P. M. Sunday
This carload consists
of our Type SI, Eight
for the date of arrival
Cadillac and Dodge Brothers Motor Cars
WASHINGTON AT 2 1ST, PORTLAND