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TITE SUNDAY OKEGOMAX, PORTLAND, XOVEMBEB 2S, 1915.
WHAT VILLTEDDY - J
DO, IS PUZZLING
Washington Stirred Over Si
lence of Colonel and His
UNIFIED PARTY NECESSITY
Wito IVe IUrJ lo lleaf I
Varata- Cry Inm New Turk,
"Sew l.nUnl and Otlwr Sro
tlo Mroif Ma a ra-dod-
WAMitN)Ti.'N. No. : :. i Social
hat wf.l T6o-lr r.oaat lt 4o la is
ominf KaoM B p-llti.-l m;ii
f r saleYtior. of a prasMaBtial randl
'e en4 la toa k(m1iii4 camp:ga
foe the tftur
T!im I ta. riiii q-4.tloa hr
t hl;k poUCK-tafi of ry
'tt. vi;j h ..( it) t !-
I-1 eni give h powarful support for
w-tar or vrill ba blast tie B,ope of
arty Ia.i-ra tbroqjr eppoutloa ?
l'ln (tooaaa.K baa tval AO lall-
Tnatiort a fci, tur and bta cloaa.t
fri.ni. ara :Inl aa t!a rv an the
'lMtl. Rjl II 14 :ratn.:nt Ult !
ont at fe"3n t o4m wtta ba
ftaoia B 3i mCIiin la tpct4 from
aim ideq eion- tfta.a) Itnas.
-f t- (mi Oar La little doabt:
T V-"tl i l st aatar lb prl
nana, a a caedidate for lb aamt-
Ita vlll tl sap port a raadldate a
lagtaj br a liapu&Ucaa a.alla from
a.nori tr:a "staaa-pat" cr reactioaary
aieraaat at lha KaputtiU.a party.
Aftf.aa Taaaard Waianay t a a. a
Rut na ha b tadaced la birmaeiit
"iva r.apjb.nraa l.adar aad factional
; '.'araoce. fee? la .tlBe' a P-apub-
n.na caaitJat aa4 throw bta old-ltma
"'"r lata a raaapaiga la support of
Tba U what RapoblKaa t.edar hara
rf ail fa. t loo aaJ shadae of It. pub-
l b:if ara hoping, and many af
tlwra will maka Iruportaat sacrtftc la
brie- thi eoojtttom above
Mora aad mora forvloly II la bains
'ta fcoesa la all Kapabliiaa laadara
that boea of Kapubiicaa ietory aest
l a I Ilea la a anirta-i party capabi of
ivta tboaUati support to I ha can
al fiat, nama-i br the BBtaallnj( coa
aaactoa. U la b"!ta4 lba.1 ivrk a ran
l4t caa put ap a wtaaiaff f!stl
olwl I'raai4anj Witaon. arbav It la
a.iaa anar lr. VI I b Iba Darao
cratlc ataa4ar4 baarar.
OttM-ailUnn la OaavaaL
Ttti atorr la bain breucbt lo Wah-t-ntoo
br Itapubltcaa atata laadar
tt'nm mumry patioa of ta CouACrjr, and
It la haaias '" affact.
-Ti...a aim ba fcard tal." la lha
rcir cfr frn Naw Tork. 'aar tac
linj and tia graal ctl" talaa (
a Jt:4d a B t.l Ilka ll. ool IoB.
" Indtaoa. Mic!iiaa and YVlavoa-
n Tba ararainc aounaa cautloa
';! aaf cuafMaR'a (roaitna out of i
ba i-f tti.t Ibara al l ba a kuif loaa
la t'arr.ocratic H kl (root oppoa
lC UrfTH ar.d Irfab) aolaa.
K.pubrt aa Wadara will sol ka.ard a
! aa f who mar b tba Kapub-..-.i
alaaaUrd-baarar. To attir of
laatn It mmmnm that tm ma to ba
a-1-.' tad liulir kaa taaa aainad.
'. r'"" pro. .aa of attrntrtatloa Baad
fc a.l pr.tl-! poti'.:.".(i. thar caa--t
a boar attbar of tha aaaaral ran
alidutaa Boar bafsra Ina Itapubluaa
aa aaf lha rmr At bt
aa..b bold tba poaltloa oolr of farorlt
oa of hi oa aiata and oma of
tham will hara a cootaat to gal Ihla
Manr lpub1.-an wouIJ Ilka to band
him tba nomination br acclamation,
and tbarabr forra him Into arcaptaoca.
Thajr aay ba could tot. In tba faca of
Ihla action hr tha Doulnatlnc coDtta
Hon. rafuaa lo B--apt and maJaa tha raca
for hi party. Tfcey know Mr. Hugh
lo bo datarmload and cooaiatant. and
that ha rafual to antar tha raca la
Irtcara and final, but propar praaaura
In po itlca baa raruarkabla cfirct
Mr. Ilaabaa 1 Oat of Hla4.
Nabraaka a boldaaaa la dracin lato
lha conlaat allbonl bta aaaaal Aaao
data Juatl-a lluha. of tha uprm
Hnt. atlrartad tha attantloo that
u. h a coup waa cartaln to do.
but Mr. llucbaa la But out of tha Ra-
publtraa miad by a 'larca majority.
Wit tba qulla of tea candldata
dijpoaad of tbara will ba lltlla difficulty
far tbo KpujIkb or tba laauaa.
Tho ara framad. rady to ba (prune
at a momaat'a aotlca. Uroadly toy
mar ba uromad up la tha nnaptituda
and tha Incapacity- of tha Jjamocrau
Tba loiportaaca of tba prraant tariff
will bo aaiphaaU'd. with Ita Injuatlca
to tho Amarlcaa buatnaaa man and la
borar. To It will ba cbarsad a daplatad
Traaaurr. apaclal fc !. burdanaom
la.poatttoaa on tho Oaopla aad Ilia which
tho wildaat rhartaa of r-uroyaan
war cood!tlorha and loaava cannot x
plain or Juatlfy. Thar will point to a
Bsasnituda of trada narar bafor
a-iuallad la thl country, with proa-
pa r It r only lo patcboa and dulloaa
oar a larva tarrnory.
APPLE YIELD IS LARGE
LESSONS OF FAIR
ARE POINTED OUT
Warning Given Against Trying.
to Derive Real Value From
Preservation of Parts.
DOOM OF BUILDINGS SEEN
Various' Orfanliation Iteprvaented
Mn Wltal la Dclns Dona for
Welfare of Ilnmanlty aad Value
of Artlnlry la Krnphaalirl.
nsas-ed In atraet trades, of which San
Krmoclsco haa a larce number. Sixty
prr cent of tbo Juvenile court offeud-
em ara little atraet traders.
The Children's Health Conference.
under the United States Department of
Labor, baa dona wonders In enlighten
nr parents on the condition of their
own children; the moat devoted motner
can be her child s worst enemy wnen
he does not know. Dr. Frances Sage
Bradley haa been physician In charge,
and ahe has examined, free of cost.
thousands of children from babyhood
to li years.
Upaa-Alr He-boot DeBaoaatratrd.
Tha open air-school demonstration,
under the direction of tho Elizabeth
McCormlck Memorial fund of Chicago,
where the open-air sleeping apart
ments, schoolrooms and methods gen
erally used for delicate children have
been made plain, has led to plans for
such schools in many parts of the
country, not alone for delicate chil
dren, but for diealthy ones.
The Arequipa pottery exhibit has
brought to llRht a most splendid enter
prise, tho establishment of a sanitari
um in California's lovely out-of-doors
for Incipient caaes of tuberculosia.
Lally lecturea by eminent specialists
In all these subjects have been a splen
did feature of the Palace of Education
throughout tha year.
rtK rnon c . iHcrmo on
c m mil ETt rrnoi xuvr coon.
al Ala.. at I'raa aaa cab Da ta
rnxr arar laa Arm Brtaa
It'XH I'.IVEK. Or, Nov. t;. Jpa-
ctai.) Oa of tbo bast yield of fruit
Iron a local orchard was barvoalod
Ihla ar by li. II. fbapard. oaa of tba
early t-vaaaatera of tbo Apple O rowers
t'ntoaj and editor of Battarfrult. who
for yaara baa toad a study of apple
roltur. Mr fthapard a applaa war
mui the rleaneet la tha .ortbwl
r'rora a 3a-acra orchard, of which
but four acree are la full bearlnc. Mr.
?hpard the past saaaon look off 112
(out of commarclal rack- I Iv DUO
drad and thirty box .a were sold lo the
!! vtnr factory. tvlsbty-nloo
and elKbl-t.alha par cant of tba applaa
ware packed la tha eitra fancy and
f.Ocr a-rad.a. On'r I --i par cant of
tbo fruit of all grades, culls includad.
war af:cted by a-ab. Tbla percent
aca was dtrtnihad by five diffarent
couata of 0 applaa eecn. tha fruit
baina taken from different vartetla
and trora different aactlona of the or
chard. Tba ateraaro damaca from
worms waa I l-i par cant. Of the H
bem taken to the lnrar factory, but
were eliminated from commercial
parks be-au. of aay d:ct. Ih re
mainder havirw baa a compoeed of wind
fall. The an of Ih fruit was aa
follow: Ti par cent, four tiers: IT per
cent. IS tiers, and I per cent, five
"Krorn my past 11 years experience
la the vall.y as a fruit grower. said
Mr. nbapard. i ana satisfied In my own
mind that we pack out a large per-
rentae"e of tha hish.r vrad.e of fruit.
If wa array properly with proper malaria!."'
l'rtail Tooth In Troable.
CEXTKLt.. WmL Nov. 37 (hp.
rlal. va charge preferred by J. D.
Hopper, father of Utla lloppar. a
U-jr-ol4 l'rja-1 girl. John McCoy, a
l7-er-el4 tT.4 youth, ha bn ar
r.arad and batd la lb Lewie County
TOT ANN'S HIIANNOS JlfXROE.
Ofli:UoN BUJLDINO. Fair Ground.
San Francisco, Nov. SI. In these last
frantic fair days, with continuous pleas
from enthuala.ls to preserve this or
that feature, the Fine Arta Palace, the
statuary, tba Marina, we forget that.
worthy aa soma of tbeaa treaaurea are
of preservation, we should not allow
ourselves to ba reduced to hysterics
over them, for after all there ara other
things to consider.
The big. laatinr value of this ex
position la that which has been regis
lered In the brains of Ita thousands of
visitors; tho lasting good Is tho thing
that has bean done to tha general In-
telilgenc of tha country. A statue,
all. but aouvenlre In material form of
great, big Idea and a great, big
movement. And If you baven't "got
tha Idea, the mere thing of physical
beauty will not do much for you. and If
yon have you don't positively n.ed Ic
To proeorve many of the beauties of
Ihe fair Is Impossible: they must crura
bla: the ahabby remains of exposition
cltlee elsewhere, when built of plaater,
should chock too much effort In thli
direction, unless tba buildlnga will In
deed be made permanent by soma meth
od known to builders.
plrtt of Fair rowalderea.
But the vital life-thing bora at thla
exposition sent out to all tha Nation
through thousands of channels as re
turalng visitors carry the newt borne
the power of courage and Initiative.
The thing that should register In every
brsla Is that you can do almost any
thing you want to do If you want to do
It badly enough. The great exposi
tion Itself, fathered by dlsaater and
bora In uncertainty. Is a lesson In will
power. With all tha beauty, the In
dustries, the resources, and tho men
ufacturea of the world spread before
tha lapping watera of the bay to be
wilder and amase us, there has been,
mora vital still, the dlsplsY of the
world's thought and effort toward hu
man betterment. This Is tha most
hopeful sign of the times seen at tha
connect tha word educational
o generally with school buildlnga
Tba I'aJac of Education bas boued
generous, self-sacrificing workers for
tha public good, who have spent all
he days of the whole 10 months of
hla exposition In earnest effort to
make the throng of sightseers feel
nd know what they ferl and know
bout making a better, healthier, saner.
toaeeieaera l-eaetao Hepreaeated.
The Consumers League, of which
here Is a branch In Portland, but none
in San Francisco, baa had haadauar-
rrs her wltb Mrs. Helen L. Mabry,
of New York, In charge.
Mrs- Msbry also represented the Na-
lonal Child lbor Committee, which is
t.kaj rar. of th little eentlemen
FISH HATCHERY IS FULL
LAKH Qll.MAVLT PRESERVE HAS
1300.000 SALMO.1 EOOe,
Acer Stale Plant at Steveaa Creek, Near
lloejalasa. Ilea MMM,000 Eggs
for Opealag Seaaaa.
HOQCIAU, Wash, Nov. S7. (Spe
cial.) A total of 13,3:.000 Qulniault
salmon eggs have been taken by the
a colonnade these are. after Federal hatchery at Lake Qulniault foi
thla aeason. Though tho run of fish
Is not yet over the capacity of the
plant is taxed and spawning fish are
being kept out.
Tbe take of eggs this year, tbo sec
ond season for tho hatchery, la prac
tically three times that of last year,
when 4.;i0.000 eggs of all kinds of sal
mon were hatched. This year about
..000.000 of the try will be fed until
they reach tho fincarllng stage. The
remainder will be freed In Lake Quln
iault as eoon as they are old enough.
This year extensive enlargements
were made at the lake hatthery. but
It still Is not up to what the Govern
ment desires to make of It, aa fisheries
experts declare It has one of the most
Ideal locations for a hatchery on the
Pacific Coast. It is located in the
Olympic National forest, and hatchery
site, trap sites and water supply are
controlled by tbo Government, elimin
ating the conflict of authority between
Federal and state governments and
Last year a considerable part or me
take of salmon eggs was of silvers and
blacks, about 3.5U0.U00 being Qulniault.
but thla season the entire take is of the
famous Qulniault variety.
Tbe new state hatchery at Stevens
Creek, north of this city, on the Olym
pic Highway between Uoquiam and
Lake Qulniault. Is havlntr a successful
first season and already haa taken 6.
000.000 eggs, silvers and blacks. It is
expected Its take of eggs will be up to
Its capacity. Fish hatched at tbla plant
will be freed In the Humptullps River.
Mldes 11 lot-k Con lit i Roads.
KELSO. 'Wash.. Nov. 37. (Special.)
Further slides on the Mosquito Creek
road west of Kelsu are causing- trouble,
and C F. Jabusch. County Commis
sioner, made a trip to the scene of the
slides yesterday and steps are beinaT
taken to remedy conditions. The heavy
rains also caused a slide across the
Pacific HK-hway about three miles
south of Kelso Thursday night. Mud
and dirt to a dith of IS lm-lies cov
ered tho road. Kotid Supervisor Carrol
Is clearing tbo road and it Is still opca
to trafll.?. I
Picture Yourself in This
Varsity Six Hundred
It's the newest style for. men
and young men for this season.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Made this overcoat f6r you and we
have it in number of different fabrics.
If you want the more conservative, we
have them also, the Chesterfield or
the Balmacaan. Come in and see
yourself in one tomorrow or any time.
Overcoats $15 to $35
Suits $20 to $35
an .la aawaJassaaaaaa-aawa.
Copyright Dart Scbsifacr li liars
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co.
The Men's Shop for
Quality and Service.
. Our Temporary Location
266 Morrison St bet 3d and 4th.
FURTHER DANGER NOTED
NEXT HIGH TIDB MAY BE DISAS
TROUS AT HAMMOND.
Proaapt Meaaare Required to Protect
M ater-Front aad Tardiness f
FORT STEVEN'S, Or,. Nov, 27. (Spe
cial.) Official surveys of the city of
Hammond Indicate that the street par
alleling tho water-front and back
only one block therefrom Is five feet
eight Inches lower than the present
threatened district. This low area in
cludes over two-thirds of the ctty.
High tides, with violent storms are
gradually tearing away the natural em
bankment that protects the lower por
tions of this section. Those directly
In tho path of the danger are working
daily In an effort to forestall the next
storm. They have piled huge bundles
of brush behind the broken bulkheads
and weighted it down with Handbags.
E. M. Lally, proprietor of Hammond's
largest general merchandise store, ex
pended JHOO on a special bulwark about
her buildings. The recent storm dam
aged this to such an extent that fur
ther expenditures are necessitated.
Severn! owner of bulMinirs thnt face
Immediate danger are offering to sub
scribe 1100 each toward a permanent
At one time the Columbia River made
a sharp turn to the south at Hammond
and emptied one channel into the ocean
a mile Bouth of the present jetty. Local
people are of the opinion that the river
is endeavoring to assume its old chan
nel, and that, unless prompt measures
are adopted to protect Hammond's water-front,
this catastrophe may occur.
If their predictions are correct the
entire value of the jetty will be nulli
fied, it is said, and millons of dollars
of public funds wasted.
A regular assessment is levied annu
ally against the city of Hammond for
the support of the Port of Astoria.
Local residents are bitterly disappoint
ed at the failure of the Port Commis
sion to come to their rescue.
Tho Chilean government is devoting much
attention to developing the coal mines of
that country, some of which extend three
milts under the ocean.
Most Eminent Medical Authorities Endorse It
A New Remedy for Kidney, Bladder and all Uric Acid Troubles
D:-. Eberle and Dr. Braithwaite. as
well as Dr. Simon all distinguished
authors agree that whatever may be
the disease, the urine seldom fails In
furnishing us -with a clue to the princi
ples upon which it is to be treated, and
accurate knowledge concerning the na
ture of disease can thus be obtained.
If backache, scalding urine or frequent
urination bother or digress you, or if
uric acid In the blood has caused rheu
matism, gout or sciatica- or you suspect
kidney or bladder trouble. Just write
Dr. Pierce at the Surgical Institute,
Euffalo. N. Y.,' send a eampk of urine
and describe symptoms. You will re
ceive free medical advice after Dr.
Pierce's chemist bas examined the urine
this will be carefully done without
times more powerful than lithia in re
charge, and you will be under no obli
gation Dr. Pierce during many years
of experimentation has discovered a
new remedy which is thirty-seven
moving uric acid from tho system. If
you are suffering from backache or the
; -ins of rheumatism, go to your best
druggist and ask for a 50-cent box of
"An-uric" put up by Doctor Pierce. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak
women and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery for the blood have been
favorably known for tho past forty
years and more. They are standard
remedies today as well as Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for the liver
and bowels. You can have a sample of
any one of hese remedies in Tablet
form by writing Dr. Pierce. Adv.
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WASHINGTON AT PARK ST.
BEGINNING TODAY AND ALL WEEK
A CLEAN, BRIGHT, WHOLESOME COMED
Incom p arable
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4'Chimmie Fadden' Was a Bowery Boy of the Generation
That's Gone by, Rough but Good-Hearted. This Is
the Story of His Adventures in the Wild West
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