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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1912)
M R. THINKS TARIFF
! PLANK WILL HELP
Colonel Expects Party Decla
ration to Become Source
of Great Strength.
NEW ERA IS PREDICTED
Candidate Declares New Party Has
Assembled Good Points of All
Reform Movements, With
out Quack Remedies.
.' OTSTEK BAT. N. T.. Aug. 10. "Win
! or lose. It's a fight worth making."
Colonel Roosevelt said today. What
; ever the outcome of the campaign
which Is now opening. It Is his opinion
that a new era in American political
. history will be dated from the Pro-
i gressive convention held in Chicago
For more than 40 years, the ex-Presl-
dent said, sporadic reform movements
had come Into existence, many of them
in the West. He cited Bryan's cam
paign of 1898 and the Populist move
ment as examples. Most of them, he
' continued, had contained something
good, but were coupled with quack
remedies worse than the disease they
were supposed to cure.
Good Points Assembled.
The good points of them all. he said,
"had been assembled In the Progressive
party's policies and for the first time
there was given to the country these
Ideas without the accompaniment of
what he termed preposterous declara
tions which would make It impossible
lor sane men to follow."
The Progressive party, he asserted,
had started on the right basis and was
( sure to make a wide appeal. The work
of organizing, said Colonel Roosevelt.
had gone on more rapidly than he had
Tariff Plank Expected to Help.
The Progressive party's stand on the
tariff. Colonel Roosevelt believes, will
be a source of great strength. Some
one had expressed It well, he said, by
telling him that the Republican tariff
was "a tariff for privilege," and the
Democratic tariff a "tariff for destruc
tion." but that no party before had
ever stood for a tariff for labor.
It is his belief that when the stand
of the Progressive party is thoroughly
understood It will win many votes from
' both of the old parties.
TAFT AYILL CARRY OREGOX
Ex-Penator Fulton Gives His Views
"In my opinion President Taft has
made one of the very best chief execu
tives that this country has ever had."
jald ex-United States senator C. Vfl.
Fulton, of Portland, whd, with a party
of friends, is at the Hotel Seattle.
Senator Fulton and party are making
an automobile tour of Washington and
British Columbia. They left Portland
on the first of the month, and after
taking In all the places of Interest on
Puget Sound will go to British Colum
Senator Fulton was the guest of
honor at a luncheon given at the
Rainier Club yesterday by ex-Senator
Samuel H. Piles. The other guests
were old friends, and included Senator
John I Wilson. Judge C. H. Hanford.
. Judge George Donworth and J. D. Low
. man. president of the Chamber of Com
merce. , "No man has been more sincere and
honest in the discharge of his duties as
a public official than President Taft,"
laid Senator Fulton. "I have great
confidence in the American people and
believe that they mean to do right.
They appreciate sincerity and honesty,
and as the election draws nearer they,
will realize these things In President
Taft and elect him to another term. I
do not mean to say that there is no
' doubt as to the result of the election
now. but I believe that Mr. Taft will
. grow stronger and stronger as the
campaign progresses and the people
stop to think of what he has really
't' "I am confident that Taft will carry
Oregon. This may seem overdrawn in
the face of the primary results, but at
that time everybody thought that Taft
would win, and thousands of his friends
did not go out to vote. Only 40 per
cent ' of the Republican vote of the
state was out at that time."
Besides Senator and Mrs. C. W. Ful
ton, The automobile party Includes Fred
C. Fulton, of Stanneld, Or.:-Dr. -and
Mrs. J. A. Fulton and the Misses Madge
and Constance Fulton; Mr. and Mrs.
G. C Fulton and Alan C. Fulton, ami
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McGregor and the
Misses Bernice and Lenore McGregor
and Billy McGregor. They are travel-
- Ing In four machines.
CRATER LAKE IS MAGNET
Autolsts Take Advantage of Road
Improvements and Game.
MEDFORD, Or, Aug. 10. (Special.)
The Crater Lake season Is at Its height
now and there are three or four auto
loads going from this city every day.
The road near Prospect and Flounce
Rock, which has heretofore been a
thorn In the flesh of the autolsts, is
now In excellent shape and it is an
easy matter to make the trip to the
lake in seven hours.
As there Is excellent deer hunting
on the road and the fishing In the lake
is first-class, many who have seen the
wonderful body of water before are
going this year to enjoy the sports of
the season. According to the game
wardens the supply or deer near Pros
pect is greater this year than ever
ROOSEVELT IN HIS VARIETY AT NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE CONVENTION.
GREEK DENIED CITIZENSHIP
Family Lives Abroad Though Appli
cant Has Been Here 12 Years.
r SEATTLE, Aug. 10. United States
Judge Cushman today denied citizen
ship to John N. Manos, a Greek, who
has lived in the United States 12 years
and who refuses to bring his wife and
daughter to this country. Judge Han
ford, when Manos' application came up
last April, postponed the hearing in or
der to give Manos time to bring his
family, over. When the application
came up today, Manos had taken no
action and the judge declared him ineligible.
J. O. Van Eaton Is Dead.
SALEM, Or, Aug. 10. (Special.)
Word has been received here of the
death of J. O. Van Eaton at Colorado
Springs, Colo. Mr. Van Eaton was for
many years prominently- known here,
having been In business In Salem
during the '0s with Squire Farrar,
now postmaster of Salem.
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PARTY IS WARNED
Wilson Tells Followers They
Must Make Good.
REAL REFORM IS SOUGHT
Three Speeches Made at Seagirt In
One Governor Says No Disre
spect to Foreigners Was
Meant in Writings.
SEAGIRT. N. Y, Aug. 10. Governor
Wilson shook hands today with hun
dreds of Democrats. In all. he made
three campaign speeches. First came
the Hungarian National Democratic
Club, of New York City. The Gov
ernor assured them he never had in
tended anything disrespectful in his
writings on foreigners and that he
had always felt a high regard for
European people because of his long
study of their history. The delegation
pledged Its support
"The Brooklyn Democratic Club came,
later. To them the Governor said:
"I am complimented by your allegi
ance and I want to assure you that
while I think this a very high per
sonal compliment, I take it to myself
simply that I for the present at any
rate represent the earnest desires and
purposes of the Democratic party. And
yet It seems to me that we are stand
ing in the presence of something higher
than allegiance to the Democratic
Party Willing to Show Way.
"That party Is willing to show the
way toward those things which must
be realized. Some gentlemen seem to
find it easy to make personalities out
of politics, but it seems to me that
whenever that Is done, politics Is de
based. "Men who are in search of reform
are now turning to the Democratic
party because, for my own part, I do
not know where else they will turn to
expect results. There Is no discounting
the strength and serviceability of a
united party. The , party came out of
the contest at the! Baltimore conven
tion without personal feeling of any
kind. I am delighted to believe that
whoever we may have supported for
nomination, we are now glad to -work
To the Woodrow Wilson Club of
Orange. X. J., the Governor made a
longer speech In response to one by
Judge Dugan. The Governor remarked,
first, that he was glad to be Introduced
by Judge Dugan because it showed
ABOVE, ADDRESSING THE CONVENT ION CENTER, ARRIVING AT AITDI
. TORIUM BELOW, LEFT, ADDRES SING CROWD AT CONGRESS HOTEL
RIGHT, LEAVING AUDITORIUM A FTEIt MAKING ADDRESS.
there were "Good Irishmen among the
"I was glad," said the Governor, "lo
see the North and South of Ireland
New Jersey Only Sample.
The Governor thanked the Jersey
delegation for its visit.
"You have tested my qualities, be
cause you have known me at close
range," he said, "and if you will be
kind enough to vouch for me, perhaps
the rest of the country will be credu
lous pf your report.
"New Jersey was known as the
mother of trusts a very troublesome
and questionable family and I bad to
spend my time outside of New Jersey
assuring the people of the Union that
tt was not the fault of the people of
New Jersey that there were certain
gentlemen who had undertaken to
carry the Republican party In their
pockets and to administer it independ
ently of the rank and file of the Re
publicans of the state.
"And yet it would be hard, nowadays,
to discriminate New Jersey from the
rest of the United States, because
everybody Is sitting up and taking
notice. New Jersey is progressive, but
the United States also is progressive
and we have here merely a delightful
sample of the people of the United
People Bent on Justice.
"Now those people are not bent upon
destroying anything, but they are bent
upon setting everything In order, they
are bent upon justice, they are bent
upon seeing to it that the people In
general are the partners of the Gov
ernment. And the Democratic party
is now placed under a peculiar respon
sibility. The Democratic party has to
prove that it is the worthy Instrument
of that zeal on the part of the people
of the United States. If it does not
prove it now, it will never be given
another chance to prove it
"No party that proves unfaithful to
that ideal will ever again be trusted
by the people of America. And, there
fore, we are standing at a turning
point in our politics, we must make
good or go out of business. In ' the
vernacular. It Is a case of 'put up or
shut up.' because words are going to
be discounted and nothing will be
honored except the actual carrying out
of such a programme as sensible men
may unite in for the common benefit"
Australia exported 728.000 tons of wheat
to date, compared with about 48,000 tons
In 1910. "
Damage Wrought by Turkish
x Earthquake Widespread.
FIRES COMPLETE HAVOC
Warships In Dardanelles, Feeling
Shock, at First Attribute It to
Italian Torpedo-Boats Sea
in Great Commotion.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Aug. 10. The
details of the earthquake, which are
coming in slowly owing to the inter
ruption of the wires, indicate that the
seismic disturbance was widespread.
Several hundred persons have been
killed, thousands are homeless and out
breaks of fire have occurred in many
towns and villages.
Great destruction has been caused bv
The entire district between Constan
tinople and Adrianople felt the shock
severely. Fugitives from Myriophito
report 300 killed and 600 injured. The
town was burning when they left .
Wrecked Buildings Catch Fire.
Ganos-Hore has been wiped out, 80
persons being killed and . 30 injured.
The wrecked buildings . took fire nd
most of them were burned. Shar-Kol
was destroyed and two nearby villages
were 1 engulfed. Adrianople. suffered
little damage, but Tchqslu was partly
destroyed by the earth,ake and fire.
The course of the disturbance appears
to have been In the region of the Dar
danelles. Eye witnesses from that sec
tion give harrowing accounts of the
Warships Feel Shock.
The majority of the houses In Galli
pot! are in ruins and the people are
camping in the fields. Tchanak-Kal-essi
is in an equally-bad plight, but
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BUYAN NOT TO TRAH. T. R.
Sub-Committee Decides to Map Out
NEW YORK, Aug. 10. William X
Bryan is not going to follow the trail
of Colonel Roosevelt around the coun
try In the coming Presidential cam
paign, as had been planned. It Is said
now. This virtually was decided today
at a meeting of the sub-committee on
speakers of the Democratic National
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Chicago. Charles Boernstein, National
committeeman for Illinois, will be the
active manager of the Chicago branch.
Fish ladders Ordered Placed.
HUSUM, Wash.. Aug. 10. (Special.)
By order of C. Johnson, State Fish Com
missioner, fish ladders have been placed
in dams on the Captain Spencer and
Hottman mill dams on Spring Creek,
west of town. An effort is being made
to have a fish ladder Installed over the
falls of the White Salmon River at this
place, as It Is evident that few lish
reach any point above here on account
of the. flume used by the Pacific Power
& Light Company. In an attempt to
Jump the falls during the low stage of
water, large trout are seen to strike the
rocks and fall back Into the stream.
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