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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND,
OCTOBER 4, 1914.
AD OF WETS FOUGHT
Veterans Say Text Misquotes
PRINTED PLEA DENOUNCED
Members or Sumner Post, Xo. 12, G.
A. R.., Adopt Resolutions Declar
ing Anti-Prohibitionists Put
Martyr in False Iight.
Charges that Abraham Lincoln is be
ing misquoted in the present campaign
in the effort to help, the "wets" were
made at last night's meeting of Sum
ner Post No. 12, G. A. R., and a resolu
tion was adopted protesting against
The quotation referred to appeared
last week in Portland newspapers over
the name of the Taxpayers' and Wage
earners League of Oregon. In a paid
advertisement, bearing a large picture
of Abraham Lincoln, under which was:
"Lincoln, our revered leader, said
"Prohibition will work great injury
to the cause of temperance. It is a
species of Intemperance within itself,
for It goes beyond the bounds of rea
son in that it attempts to control a
man's appetite by legislation, and in
making crimes out of things that are
" "A prohibition law strikes a blow at
the very principles on which our Gov
ernment was founded. I have always
been found laboring to protect the
weaker classes from the stronger and
I never can give my consent to. such a
law as you propose to enact.
" Until my tongue shall be silenced
in death, I will continue to fight lor
the rights of man.' "
Quotation Is Questioned.
Under this is printed the advice to
register and vote against prohibition.
The resolution adopted last night by
the veterans follows :
"Whereas. certain parties have,
through the medium of an advertise
ment, placed the portrait, name and
fame of Abraham Lincoln in a false
light before the people of this -commonwealth.
Therefore be it
"Resolved, by Sumner Post No. 12.
Department of Oregon. G. A. R., that we
protest against this usurpation of this
most famous name and exemplary citi
zen without giving the place and the
occasion where these alleged senti
ments were uttered. Be it further re
solved "That it is our solemn duty to pro
tect and defend this savior and de
fender of our united country ' against
any false accusations or impressions
that may be formulated by any person,
persons or organization." -
Ise In Sooth Reported.
Veterans of Sumner Post declare that
not only did Abraham Lincoln never
nay any such thing but that the state
ment is a crude attempt to put words
into his mouth. Students of. the great
War President, who have read all his
writings, say the style does not resemble
that of Lincoln.
It is said that this same quotation
was circulated widely in a Southern
state by means of hand-bills, upon
which & large picture of Lincoln was
printed, during a Prohibition election
some years ago in an effort of the wets
to capture the negro vote. The veterans
said that anything with Lincoln's pic
ture upon it would appeal strongly to
the negroes and it was circulated for
that reason. It is supposed by mem
bers of Sumner Post that this is the
source of the campaign text.
JtEPTKMJJEn GRAND Jl'HV OROEBS
, . O.VB TRIED FOR MURDER.
Ex-Deputy County Clerk A, Smith
Among- Defeadanta Seves of the
Charges Are Kept Secret.
Twenty-one Indictments were re
turned by the September grand Jury,
w&icb. made its final report yesterday
and adjourned. Chief In Interest is the
charge of murder in the first degree
made against Giovanni Luciani for the
alleged killing of Secondino Ooco in
Bonifigllo's saloon at Fourth and Sher
idan streets, on September 19. The
shooting took place after a. quarrel over
Seven of the indictments are secret
and will not be disclosed until after
the arrest of the persons 'nvolved. Six
not true bills were, returned. Two
oases were referred to the October
grand jury that will.be drawn tomor
row morning. Witnesses examined num
One Indictment charges A. Smith,
formerly chief deputy in the county tax
department, with obtaining money by
false pretenses. It is charged that he
forged the name of A. Kachelman to
an assignment for the refund of vehi
cle tax, amounting to $30.60, last De
cember. Other Indictments are:
Oscar Johnson, non-support: Roy Mc
Innes. non-support: J. B. Ogden, pass
ing a. forged bank check; Davis E.
Bales, larceny; Ed White, receiving
stolen property: William Washburn
and Eugene Spencer, burglary; w. R.
Stoltz. alias W. P. Olds, obtaining
money by false pretenses; Andy Morak,
receiving stolen property; Ed William,
alias E. J. Holton. obtaining money by
false pretenses; A. M- Long and Ed
White, larceny from a dwelling.
Not true bills were returned in the
following cases: V. J. Ryan and John
E. Day, charged with defrauding inn
keepers; Virgil Yates and John Crane,
larceny." teeorge B. Andrus, obtaining
money by false pretenses: Gustav Kl'att
and H. O. Wheeler, larceny by bailee;
V. S. McLain, charged with attempting
to bribe a judge.
Judge McGinn, of the Circuit Court,
will have charge of criminal cases for
the coming three months. He will make
"! the criminal calendar, beginning to
day. The trial of Max Albert, for al
leged arson, now under way in Judge
Morrow s court, will be completed in
Judge McGinn expects to handle
criminal cases and. his own civil docket
as well. Judge Gatens will continue to
be presiding judge during the current
W. p. Holt, of Eugene. 13 at the Per
kins. R. B. Winslow, of Dallas, Is at the
J- M. Force, of Kelso, is at the Wash
ington. Frank Patton, of Astoria, is at the
F. W. Buff, of Hood River, is at the
R. M. Ewing. of Dallas, is at the
Will E. Purdy, of Newberg, is at the
W. R. Johnson, of Raymond, is at
Whlle cranking his automobile a few
day ;o J. W. CroBBley. 10B3 Vaughn
street, suffered a fracture of the right
John Stewart, of Corbett, is at the
B. M. Moore, of Eugene, is at the
Wilfred C. Stroud, of Eugene, Is at
M. J. Walsh, of Ketcham, Alaska, is
at the Perkins.
Mrs. . J. E. Withrowe, of Kalama. is
at the Nortonia.
Chris Johnson, of North Powder, is
at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wolz, of Albany, are
at the Cornelius.
Oliver Phillips, of Mossy Rock, is at
Mrs. H. C. Thompson, of Brownsville,
are "at the Nortonia.
Mr. and Mrs. A. George, of Salem,
are at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith, of The
Dalles, are at the Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dineen, of Eu
gene, are at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. J. . B. Galbraith, of
Salem, are at the Seward.
- W. E. Young, an auto man of De
troit, is at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. S. McDonald, of Edwell,
Wash., are at the Nortonia.
Grant Smith, a timberman of St.
Paul, is at the Multnomah.
R. W. Hitchcock, of Medford, an
EASTERNER HERE TO TAKE f
CHARGE OF YOUNi PEO-
FXE'S NEW THOUGHT .
SL7 V .1
Charles S. fepencer.
Charles S. Spencer, prominent
in New Thought work in the
East, has arrived in Portland
and will take charge of the
Young People's Society of the
New Thought which is being or
ganized and which will meet
every Sunday evening at 7
o'clock in Eilers' Recital Hall.
orchardist of that section, is at the
Mr. and Mrs. 6. J. Kester, of Garden
Home, are at the Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Steebecker. of
Seattle, are at the Carlton.
G. W. Seramlin. a .merchant of
Macksburg. is at the Oregon.
J. W. Wilkinson, an insurance man
of Los Angeles, is at the Benson.
Mrs. H. S. Frye. prominent society
woman of Seattle, is at the Benson.
'A. F. Barry and G. A. Barry, of St.
Helens, are business men registered at
E. J. Iddings. of the faculty of the
Idaho State University at Moscow, is
at the Imperial. '
Gilbert Hunt and Mrs. Eugene Hunt
and children, of Walla Walla, are at
E. .E. Wilson, of the faculty of the
Oregon Agriculture College at Corval
lis, 13 at the Seward.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Shafer, of Al
bany, are at the Benson. Mr. Shafer
is a merchant of that place.
Byron Hunter, soil expert of the
wasnington state Agricultural College
ai.-uilman, wash., is at the Seward.
Allen Eaton, Republican nominee for
tne Legislature from Lane County, is
at tne imperial irom Kugene.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Flanders, of Den.
ver, are at the Imperial- Mr. Flanders
is a special agent of the Government
in Indian Service.
C. H. Mayer, manager of an auto
mobile tire agency in Portland, has
returned iron a trip to San Francisco
and is at the Multnomah.
Miss Lou R, Andereon, of Kirtland,
111., who has been touring the Pacific
Coast, is in Portland for a stay of
several weeks, and is the guest-of her
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson.
ox csixtn. street.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. 'Lane, of 302
Monroe street, are receiving the con
gratulations of their friends, on the
Dirth of a 10-pound boy last Sundav.
who is hailed as the latest addition
to the ranks of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians. Mr. Lane asserts to his
Hibernian Mends that while the youncr
man is singularly uncommunicative at
tne present time, he can promise in
short time, when he has become more
familiar with conditions of the world
into which he has come, he "will dis
cuss the affairs of the commonwealth
as boldly and freely as any character
istic Hibernian. '
Rose Festival Being Planned.
Emery Olmstead. president, and Phil
isates, amusement director, of the Port
land Rose Festival, formulating
plans for the canvass to finance the
1915 show, and the campaign will be
Degun .within a few weeks and carried
forward vigorously. "We want sugges
tions of all kinds," says President Olm
stead. "for the important thing is to
have lots of ideas. It is everybody's
Festival, and we want the assistance of
everybody in planning for it."
H. Ij. Reid Held for Embezzlement.
H. L. Reid, formerly cashier of the
local office of Swayne S; Hoyt. agents
for the Arrow line steair.ers, was bound
over to the grand jun' yesterday by
Municipal Judge Stevenson on charges
of embezzlement. The charges against
Reid recite that while oashier of the
local office he embezzled $184 given te
him as cashier by Albers brothers. His
bail was set at $2000, which he had not
A Bed Bug Cure. Ask ror insecUclda
Plummr Lirug Co, id and Madiaon.
A Chiice Only Once 1m a Lifetime
Sonle flrom. Failed. Lots of New Latest
Mnsio Rolls Free.
Read Page i'oartcem, Ikii Scerion.
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Chickerings, Kimballs, Sohmers, Patented Duo-Tonal, Haddorffs and
other standard makes of Upright Pianos, Player Pianos and Grand
Pianos. The beautiful Player Piano de Luxe can now be secured at
a price as low as what other houses charge for the ordinary player
piano. The long-waited-for Autopiano Baby Grand, the only perfect
The price of the Chickering is
standard the world over, but
owing to our special arrange
ments with the manufacturers we .
have also a special proposition to
offer on the Caickering.
and very best piano in regular
uprights, in player piano models
and in beautiful baby and parlor
grands, can now toe had at a price
that will prove a real surprise.
An offer that has never been
made to any piano purchaser
heretofore, and limited to imme
diate buyers of only a few of
these time - honored, time - tried
and world-renowned pianos.
New York's Proudest Achieve
ment in high-grade piano making
The Sobmer. It is used by
nearly all the Nation's best mu-
TURKEY DECLARED WILD
PROPERTY OF ALIENS FORFEITED
.TO SUPPLY TROOPS.
A. A brants Writes From Jerusalem to
Son-ln-Law la Portland, Asking
I at ted states .to Aid Citizens.
-That the government of Turkey is
wild with military excitement and ac
tivity and is robbing alien residents
of all their property indiscrimnately,
is the assertion made in a letter re
ceived by S. Holzman, of 647 Fifth
street, from his stepfather, A. Abrams,
in Jerusalem. The letter was mailed
five weeks ago and only reached him
His stepfather urges him to appeal
to the United States Government to
take steps to protect the property and
welfare of its citizens in Jerusalem,
who number about 20,000.
"All you can see in the Holy City
is just troops, and troops, and troops,"
he says. "The Turkish government has
called out everybody between the ages
of 18 and 45 years.
"The Jewish people are all in the
churches from morning until evening,
Mr. Abrams writes that the Turkish
authorities, apparently thinking that
the powers are too busy to protect their
citizens in Jerusalem at this time, are
taking the property of foreign resi
dents indiscriminately. No foreign cit
izen is given recognition or courtesy
at all unless he lens. German or an
Austrian. M. Holzman, the brother of
Mr. Holzman of Portland, was twice
deprived of his horse and carriage and
succeeded in recovering it through the
efforts of the American Consul. The
third time it was taken the Turkish
authorities declined to notice the ef
forts of the Consul to procure its re
turn. Flour mills were looted by the sol
diers if the owners resisted their ap
propriation of their supplies. If the
owners donated the flour the troops
would leavb sufficient for them to live
on. Postoffices are closed and no money
orders can be cashed, and the banks are
all closed. Even on the most valuable
jewelry. Mr. Abrams says that it is im-
1 S. i
The proposed dentistry bill will license to practice dentistry in Oregon a graduate from a college course
of two years of six months each without examination.
12 MONTHS TO MAKE A DENTIST
To obtain "a license to pursue the business of a barber in Oregon, the law requires a person to have at
least three years' special preparation in shop or college and pass a state examination.
-36 MONTHS TO MAKE A BARBER
The barber who shaves a man must have three years actual experience. The young fellow from a dental
college can operate on the month of a child after 12 months' Btudy.
Is the mouth of a child as vital as his father's beard?
DEFEAT THE DBSTISTRT BILL. VOTE 341 X JfO.
(Paid Adv. Oregon Society for Dental Education.. 638 Morgan Building.)
Many Baby Grand
Player Pianos Also
sic houses as their established
The Sohmer can now be had in
many styles of beautiful upright
pianos, elegant mahoganies, beau
tiful Circassian walnut, mottled
English walnut, etc., etc.
The Sohmer also has a standard
and established price, but even
these instruments will be sold
iu this emergency and surplus
sale, though the low prices can
not be advertised for obvious rea
sons. Be sure and see the beau
tiul Sohmer Pianos, and let us
tell you the present low price.
We want to call particular at
tention to a lot of the very finest
Kimball pianos ever shown in
No"i finer Kimballs have ever
been here. Thousands of Kim
balls have been sold ty us in the
possible for anyone to nrocure a loan
"Stores In the city are deprived of
everything they contain for the use of
the army, payment being made in the
Turkish money, which nobody at this
time regards as of any value whatso
ever, but they dare not refuse it."
Mr. Holzman has written the Repre
sentatives in Congress, asking that
they take up matter and is endeav
oring to arrange f5r some way to send
money to his stepfather, although there
seems little hope. Mr. Abrams was a
resident of San Francisco until about
17 years ago. when he went to Jeru
salem to make his home.
BUCKMAN DISTRICT ADDED
Mrs. t. P. Clark Xamed on Commit
tee on Plans for Recreation Center.
At an enthusiastic meeting of the al
lied forces of the Kerns, Glencoe, Fern
wood, Hunnyside and Hawthorne
Schools Friday night. Mrs. Bondurant,
chairman of the committee on plans,
reported that the plans had been drawn
for a recreation center building to be
erected in Taurelhurst Park. The pres
ent plana include two gymnasiums, a
swimming pool and an auditorium.
Mrs. P. G. Nealand, president of the
Parent-Teacher Association of the
Buckman School, who appeared with a
large delegation, protested because the
Buckman School had not been invited
to participate in the recreation center
plans. As a result, Mrs. L. P. Clark, of
the Buckman School, was appointed to
serve on the plans committee.
Among those who spoke at the meet
ing were Mr. Curtis, of the Sunnyside
School; Philip Esterly, E. L. Milliners
and John E. Kelly.
Harvest Festival Services Set.
Special harvest festival services will
be conducted at the Salvation Army
hall, 207 Salmon street today and to
night The newly formed brigade corps
No. 4 will sing new Salvation Army
songs, composed by authors in the
ranks. On Monday night a musical
programme will be given by the young
people of the corps.
Player pianos can now e had for
less than the ordinary upright silent
piano sells for regularly. Read page 19,
this paper. Adv.
Pianos and Slathers of Latest and Best
Included in This Emergency Sale at Eilers
past. We are now offering these
splendid Kimball pianos for sale
at less than actual dealer's -billing,
for the reason that these in
struments have been taken back
by us from several dealers for
whose trade they were found-to be
too expensive and we . have al
ready received a portion of our
cost from these dealers.
It would jeopardize the manu
facturer's interest elsewhere were
we to openly publish the sale
prices of these Kimballs. But we
During This Great Sale Our Store Will
Be Open in the Evening Till 9 o'clock
EILERS BUILDING, BROADWAY AT ALDER
Ellsworth, Barnes and Davey, authorized Representatives of the Manufacturers
FINAL VOTES NOW ASKED
CONFIRMATION OK ELECTION OF
BISHOP NEXT STEP.
Oreeoa Episcopal Committee ta Call
Matter to 8 Committees of United
States and House of Bishops.
Having received officially the formal
acceptance of Very Rev. Walter T.
Sumner of his election as Protestant
Episcopal Bishop of Oregon, the stand
ing committee of the diocese of Ore
gon early this week will notify the
68 standing committees of the United
States of the results of the election
held by the clergy and lay delegates
of this diocese on September 16.
The members and officers of the local
standing committee are as follows:
President, Very Rev. H. M. Ramsey;
secretary. Horace D. Ramsdell; Rev. J.
E. H. Simpson. Rev. Barr G. Lee, Dr. S.
E. Josephi and Rodney L. Glisan.
While there is no doubt the election
of Denn Sumner will be confirmed by
the standing committees and bishops,
it will be necessary for the Oregon
committee to go through the formality
of four separate processes in nresent-
ing the matter to the respective bodies
First a communication signed by
t-resiaent Ramsey, of the committee,
will be sent to each standing com
mittee asking its consent for the ordi
nation and consecration of Dean Sum
ner as bishop. Then Secretary Rams
dell will address certificates recording
the legal election of Dean Sumner by
the clergy and lay delegates of the dio
cese of Oregon.
The third notice will certify to the
fact that Dean Sumner is a deacon and
a priest, and the final communication,
what is called the canonical test, will
be signed by the clergy and lay dele
gates of the diocese cf Oregon who
elected Dean Sumner certifying to his
character in so far as they had oppor
tunity to judge it.
When a majority of the standing
committees have consented to the con
secration of Dean Sumner as bishop
of the diocese of Oregon the matter of
election will be referred to the house
player piano built in grand piano form without changing its size, also
included, and marked at an undreamt-of low price by the manufactur
ers' representatives. Remember, for every two pianos now sold
Ellsworth, Barnes and Davey secure orders for three more, so dis
counts and big reductions as announced don't worry them. Buy now.
wish to state frankly that we are
selling these Kimballs for less
and on easier terms of payment
than we have ever offered Kim
ball pianos since we - commenced
A Superb Exhibit of Baby Uprights
The Baby Uprights on the third
floor will attract the attention of
rvery discriminating music lover.
They are the joy of the fastid
ious musician. Just the thing for
a cozy parlor or in apartments.
of bishop. As soon as a majority of
the bishops, pronounce their consent
Presiding Bishop Tuttle will select a
date for the consecration and installa
tion. SOCIAL WORKERS GATHER
Rural Credits, Dental Bill and Me
morial to W. T. Gardner, Topics.
The social workers of Portland held
their first dinner meeting for the year
at the Hazelwood Friday night, Mrs.
Sarah Evans presiding. The principal
speaker of the evening was Hector
McPherson, of the extension department
of the Oregon Agricultural College, who
talked on the recent European survey
of the Rural Credits Commission, which
ne accompanied last year.
Addresses in tribute to the work of
the late W. T. Gardner, who was for
many years head of the Boys' and Girls'
Aid Society, were made by Mrs. Millie
R. Trumbull and the Rev. T. L. Eliot.
The Rev. F. K. Howard gave for a
motto for the coming year, "Let 'us
individually and collectively try to be
helpful without being officious."
Mrs. R. W. Raymond made a short
appeal before the adjournment for the
assistance of the social worms in the
movement to defeat the dental bill at
the coming election.
From AH Causes, Head Norses and Other Ear
Tronblrs Easily and Permanently Relieved!
formerly deal, sow
ear distinctly every
sound - whispers
evca do not escape
them. Their life of
loneMoem bag eadtd
and all 1b now loy anil
ed or lacking portion
ii tawr ear arnma
L tlBVW t I l.lllfii. i.il
ri.iii''i ExiCP"' ttxl tor that purpoM.
Wilson Common-Sensa Ear Drums
often called "Little Wlreiesi Phone for tke Ear
are restoring- perfect hee.rlnc in every condition of
omfiiew or defective aou-Log from otuieos such i
C-t-rrbeJ De-faera, Relaxed or Sunken Drama Tta tok
ened lrum. Roaxi ng and U iwlng fMu nTii.Perf "rated
Drums, tHucharca from Ears,
etc Ho matter what thecaaa or
now lone budqidc it in, tectl
monlaia received show marvel
ous results. Common - 8ene
Drama streoctben the nerves
or tne ears and concentrate the
sound waves on one point of ,
tne naroxai arama, true aao
eessrull restoxlnc perfect I
taearlnB where medical eklll
van falls to helrx. Thev an
made of a so ft. aeaBltlsed mata-
riai, ooniiortabie and cafe to
wear. They are easily adjustrxl
by the wearer and out of strbft
when worn Whathaa doseio
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HOW TO STOP
Souvd Advice- from a Wll-K onn n
Men and women who suffer from
what they call dyspepsia, indigestion
or just plain "stomach-trouble"-usually
seek: regular relief in the form of
some pepsin pill or tablet, or other
artiffeial digestant. This, experience
teaches me. is a serious error. In nine
cases out of ten, the distress is caused
by the development of acida in the
stomach formed by the Jermuntlng of
the food. Instead of a dlgestant be
ing required, something should be
taken to dissolve or neutralize this
acidity, when normal digestion will
follow as a matter of course. This
acid matter Is distinctly poisonous and
unless it is dissolved, digestion merely
carries the mass of fermenting food
from the stomach to the intestines,
where its poison is absorbed by the
blood and carried all over the body.
If all the great army of people who
suffer after nearly every meal would
make It a point to take a teaspoonful
of Bisurated Magnesia in a quarter
glass of water after each meal, there
would be no formation of acidity and
consequently no distress or discomfort.
Sour, acid, gassy stomach, heartburn,
belching, bloating, etc.. would then be
a thing of the past. "Bisurated Magne
sia" ta a physician's prescription. It
is Inexpensive and can be obtained at
any drug store. It is prepared for
Just such trouble and the best proof
of its efficiency ts that it will stop
the sharpest, biting stomach distress
in five minutes from the time it enters
the stomach, simply by dissolving the
acids that have been formed there. Its
action is absolutely h&rniless, Adv.
Of daintiest case design, most ex
quisite finish, the sweetest toned,
and also the most durable pianos
that have ever been offered by
the House of Eilers.
These, too, are included in the
price sacrifice. In faet, nothing
is reserved. The little beauties
are priced at only $345 for the
regular $525 styles, and the plain
er models are $12 and 27 less.
Sold now on a new 40 months'
payment plan. Bring or mail a
deposit of $5.
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dorsement of thousands who have used
B cnisi Optona (.1 tablet).
3 ounces Water.
Use as an eye wash night and morn
ing, or oftener if possible. It makes
most eyes feel fine, quiokly allavs ir
ritation, brightens the eyes and sharp
ens the vision. Many who have used
it no longer feel the need of glasses;
many others have ceased to fear that'
they will soon be obliged to wear
them Get the Optona tablets from
your nearest druggist and prepare the
solution at your own home. Adv.
Don't Suffer! Get a Dime Pack,
age of Dr. James' Head
ache Powders. '
Tou can clear your head and relieve
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
headache in a moment with a Dr.
James' Headache Powder. This old-time
headache relief acts almost magically.
end some one to the drugstore - now
for a dime package and a few moments
after yon take a powder you will
wonder what became of the headache,
neuralgia and pain. Stop suffering
it's needless. Be sure you (at what
you ask for. Adv.
should be fitted by an expert who un
derstands the Technique. Anyone can
sell a truss but it takes an expert to
Laue-Davis Drug Co., at 3d and
Yamhill streets are Vrusa experts.