The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, October 27, 1918, Section One, Page 14, Image 14

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TITE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 27, 1918.
NATIONALS CHOOSE
VIEW OF BIG GAS TANK BEING MOVED TO BARGES FOR TRANS
PORTATION UP THE RIVER TO THE NORTHWEST "
STEEL COMPANY'S PLANT.
THEIR CANDIDATES
Fusion Ticket Announced by
State Chairman Cleaver.
OSWALD WEST LEADS LIST h
Walter 31. Pierce Indorsed for Gov
ernor and A. W. Lafferty -for
Congress In Third District. .
Eleven recommendations are made
to the woters by the new National
party, which is a fusion of Prohibition
ists. Socialists, radical Democrats and
whatnot. George Cleaver, -who ia state
chairman of the party for Oregon, ad
mits that the Indorsements have been
given for the most part without so
licitation. Leading- the list is Oswald West,
Democratic candidate for United States
Senator. Walter M. Pierce, Democratic
candidate for Governor, is another of
the indorsements. Judge John 8. Coke
is recommended for Justice of the
Oregon Supreme Court, and A. W.
Lafferty is the selection of the Na
tional party for Congress in the Third
District. No Congressional recom
mendations were made for the First
and Second Congressional Districts.
Seven Picked for Legislature.
Only seven candidates for the Legis
lature have been picked for the sup
port of the National party. Of the
seven, two are regular Republican
nominees and the rest are National- 1
Prohibitionists. No Democrat, as such. :
has been indorsed for the Legislative j ' t.J.
ticket. The National Party in making
its selections avoided candidates for
the State Senate.
As indorsed, the Legislative ticket
consists as follows:
Eugene E. Smith. Republican: Oscar
W. Horne. Republican. These two are
backed by organized labor and were
labor candidates in the Republican
primaries. W. F. Amos. Prohibitionist;
Joseph K. Hart.Natlonal-Prohibition
tst: J. W. Newell. National-Prohibition
st; Ada Wallace L'nruh. National
Pnohibitionist; Emma Wold, National
Prohibitionist. Miss Wold is a sister
of the militant suffragette who has
been creating disturbances at Wash
ington. D. C
Labor Barks Oscar Hone.
' Gossip from la'.or cir .a Is to the
affect that labor will not take an ac
tive part in the campaign, other than
to get behind Oscar Horne, candidate
for City Commissioner. Mr. Horne Is
also a candidate for Representative, but
opinions rendered say that he can do
this without a clash. As there Is very
little likelihood of a contest In the
Legislative campaign, the Horne forces
are directing their energies chiefly to
his candidacy for City Commissioner.
It is because of this, according to labor
leaders, that organized labor has no In
tention of indorsing a number of can
didates, prefering to centralize on Mr.
Horne. in his absence from Portland
in New York, Mr. Horne had charge
of constructing part of the original
subway and of other large building
enterprises. He helped build the first
incinerator In Portland and has helped
build several of the sewer systems of
this city, as well as serve as superin
tendent of construction on a number of
Portland's large buildings.
fSUEfEI I.rHOIDCL?i
Final Stage of Jonraey to River. Shortly After This Photograph Was Taken the
Baraea Left Their Moorings la Tow of the Steamer Henderson.
MING HUGE TANK FEAT
JOB IS FIRST OF KIND PER
FORMED ON PACIFIC COAST.
Gas Receptacle Weighing 250 Tons
Successfully Towed to North
west Steel Company Plant.
While in Portland yesterday. Justice
Olson gave a little time to his cam
paign. "1 can't do much, for I am on the job
In the Supreme Court," he explained.
I have handed down three decisions in
three weeks, which is the average.
Owing to my duties on the bench I am
depending on my friends to make my
campaign for me.
Genevieve Hyatt, a seven-year-old
girl, is an enthusiastic campaigner for
S. C. Pier, candidate for City Com
missioner. The little girl secured a
number of the Pier picture posters and
went around her neighborhood asking
that the cards be placed in the win
dows, as "Mr. Pier is a good man."
MANY WILL WEAR MASKS
Downtown Workers Asked to Take
Precautionary Measure.
A large number of offices and busi
ness houses have asked their employes
to appear with face masks Monday
morning as a precaution against Span
ish influenza. Here are the Red Cross
directions for making the masks:
Take gauze 36 inches wide and 43
Inches long. Divide into ' nr strips
nine inches wide.. Fold each strip into
halves, then into thirds, making six
thicknesses of gauze.
Turn all raw edges and stitch all
four sides to hoid firmly. The mask
now measures 7 by 8 inches.
Put three pleats on 7-inch end, lower
ple-t deeper than other two to allow
room for chin. Width at end after
ple. ts are laid. 2H inches.
Attach a tape 12 lnhes long to each
of the four corners. Place a black
thread in center of mask to designate
outer side.
The moving of a big gas tank this
week by water from First and Everett
streets to the northwest Steel Com
pany's plant for use in ship construc
tion was the first event of the kind at
tempted on the Pacific Coast.
The tank was built for the Portland
Gas & Coke Company in 1893 by the
Stacy Manufacturing Company at a cost
of $25,000. It weighs 2S0 tons and has a
capacity for 15,000 cubic feet of gas.
Clay S. Morse had the contract for
moving it, with D. J. Disler, who built
the Vista House, construction engineer
in charge. Trolley wires and posts along
First street were the first obstacles en
countered, and several poles had to be
removed. This done, the ponderous
tank was put on a temporary track of
heavy timbers. Hardwood rollers, with
block and tackle and a large gasoline
engine were employed to move the tank
to the foot of Flanders street, where it
was loaded on two barges lashed to
gether.
passing boats cut off their power and
drifted past to minimize the ; wash.
Wnen ready the steamer Henderson
took the barges in tow and backed un-
stream to the new location. Loading
and unloading again at the steel yards,
where it had to be run over 1000 feet
of sand, was the difficult part, as the
load was very heavy and awkward to
handle.
Disler has been working with his two
crews 18 hours a day, and will continue
for about two more weeks before the
tank is placed in its final position.
The tank will insure an even and
steady supply of gas to the Northwest
and Columbia yards. It was moved at
the expense of the Portland Gas & Coke
Company, which supplies all shipyards
- I
here with gas.
J. H. BABCOCK IS BETTER
Proprietor of Restaurant Recover
ing From Broken Leg.
James H. Babcock, proprietor of
Bab's Restaurant,- at Broadway and
Stark street, who suffered a broken leg
in an accident a week ago, is recover
ing rapidly at the Good Samaritan Hos
pital. He wili be able to resume his
duties as president and general man
ager of the restaurant within a week
or two.
Mr. Babcock is well known all along
the Pacific Coast and in the East. He
has operated restaurants in San Fran
cisco. Los Angeles. San Diego, as well
as in Nome, Alaska, and in New York
Purine this staee of the operation all and other Eastern cities.
Lift Off Corns!
"Freezone" is Magic! Lift any Corn or Callus right
off with fingers No pain!
OLD-STYLE COAT IS GONE
Railroad Conductors Conserve in
Purchasing Uniforms.
Conservation is being practiced by
passenger conductors on the railroads
of the United States, under approval of
the head;, in the adoption of the sack
coat to replace the frock coat. From
the fashions of earlier times In the
railroad history of the country came
down the style of coat generally worn
by the knights of the punch. Now that
cloth, which formerly cost J 5. 50 a yard,
has gone to three or fo.. times that
price.
So far as the Spokane. Portland A
Seattle Is concerned. Superintendent
Liilie is sponsor for the newest fashion
in coats.
Postal Station to Move.
Postal Station E. which has been lo
cated on Glisan street, will be moved
today to the new building on Broad
way, between Glisan and Hoyt streets,
and Station G will move as soon as its
quarters are completed. It is estimated
the main office, with its executive staff
and workint; fo"-ce. will be in the new
building a week from today, while
other Federal departments will move
as their quarers are completed. De
cember 1 is fixed as the date when the
new building will be completed in
very detail.
Drop A little Freezone on an acting
corn, instantly that corn stops hurting,
then you lift it right out. It doesn't
fcurt one bit. Yes, magic!
Why wait? Your druggist sells a
tin bottle of Freezone for a few
cents, sufficient to rid your feet of
every hard corn, soft corn, or corn
between the toes, and calluses, without
soreness or irritation. Freezone is the
much talked of ether discovery of a,
Cincinnati genius.
Barney Goldberg Sentenced.
Barney Goldberg, who was arrested
some time ago on a charge of bringing
Intoxicating liquor from California into
Oregon, was sentenced yesterday by
Federal Judge Bean to three months in
the Multnomah County Jail. James H.
Garrett, who was held on a charge of
bringing liquor from Wyoming Into
Oregon, entered a plea of guilty and
was sentenced by Judge Bean to 30
days in the County Jail.
Millions Use .
It For Co
Because 'Tape's Cold Compound" relieves cold or grippe
misery in a few hours Really wonderful 1
Ids
Don't stay stuffed-np!
Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose
of "Pape'a Cold Compound" taken every
two hours until three doses are taken
will end grippe misery and break up a
severe cold either In the head, chest,
body or limbs.
It promptly opens clegged-up nostrils
and air passages, stops nasty discharge
or nose running; relieves sick headache,
dullness, feverishness, - sore throat,
sneezing, soreness and stiffness.
"Pape's Cold Compound" is the quick
est, surest relief known and costs only
a few cents at drugstores. It acta
without assistance, tastes nice, and
causes no inconvenience. Don't acceDt
a substitute. Insist on "Pape's" noth
ing tide. Adv. . . ;
Why Change?
Justice
Conrad
P.Olson
was appointed by the
Governor from a
state-wide field of
aspirants.
He is square, able
and aggressive
and has a capacity
for effective work.
Resigning his Senatorship, leaving his campaign
to his friends, he has taken up his duties as
Justice and has already handed down several
opinions. In all fairness his appointment should
be confirmed by election on November 5.
Be sure and write his name
and make an x as shown below.
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT, Vote for One
To fill vacancy caused by death of Justice Frank A. Moore.
X Conrad P. Olson
Paid Adv. by Olson for Justice Committee, 530 C. of C. Bldg., Port
land, Or.
SPECIAL
To the
NOTICE
Public
Telephone inquiries from Minneapolis physi
cians and the laity, and letters from many parts of
America, are coming into our office regarding the
use of Benetol in the treatment and prevention of
Spanish Influenza. Therefore I am employing the
public press to answer two vital questions.
1st. Is Benetol effective against the germs of Spanish
Influenza? YES, Benetol has already proved itself a pow
erful bulwark in preventing and treating this disease as
evidenced by medical reports already received. A home
protected by intelligent use of Benetol may banish fear. .
2d. How should Benetol be used? Prepare a solution of
one teaspoonful of Benetol and one teaspoonful of saleratus
in a pint of warm water (two glasses). (The saleratus is
not absolutely necessary but makes the solution better borne
by the nasal muscous membranes.) Let every member of the
family use this freely as a gargle for the throat and spray
for the nose every night and every time anyone comes home
from town or from play. For the nose this solution is best
used in an atomizer. If nosecup is employed or snuffing
from the hand, it may prove a little strong, in which case use
half the quantity of Benetol. This solution keeps well for
one week.
To thoroughly and effectively sterilize the teeth and
remove particles of food on which the bacteria might de
velop, use part of this solution as a mouth wash and with
it Benetol Tooth Cream. This Tooth Cream is itself a pow
erful yet harmless antiseptic, disinfectant and prophylactic.
(Physicians and dentists please note.) Benetol Tooth Cream
cleanses and disinfects the teeth, destroying all germs which
might lurk therein or thereon. This cream is alkaline, and I
guarantee that it contains no harsh grit nor any other sub
stance Injurious to the teeth.
One of our Minneapolis physicians has personally gone
to several barber shops and hotels instructing them how to
use Benetol.
Of course, in any developed case you will call In your
regular physician to combat the fever, regulate the bowels,
C " (Signed) H. C. CAREL,
Originator of Benetol: Formerly Head of Dept. of
Medical Chemistry in a Well-Known University;
Director of Laboratories, The Benetol Company,
Minneapolis.
Already letters and reports are coming in from physi
cians on the power of Benetol against the Spanish Influ
enza. For example, from Massachusetts, where the
epidemic rages fiercely, a physician writes as follows :
"I have had scores of cases of Influenza and pneumonia
and not lost a case yet. I use Benetol in every case as a -preventive
for the family and as a remedy for those af
flicted. I use it myself both before and after visiting
each case." (Name of physician to any other physician
on request.)
This month a great military school with thirty odd
developed cases wired for two gross Benetol. Every cadet
was instructed to use Benetol every day, and thereafter
not a single new case developed. Wfthin three days from
receipt of the wire by us a notice came that the epidemic
was checked and at the present writing four days later
only one boy is as yet seriously ill. His was an early
case before the Benetol was used. (Name of school on
request by schools or physicians.)
Protect your home and children with Benetol and ban
ish fear. Gargle the throat and spray the nose every
night and morning and whenever anyone comes into the
home from town or play. Use the powerful yet harmless
antiseptic and prophylactic Benetol Tooth Cream to root
out germs from the teeth. This cream is alkaline and
contains no grit, but is of great germ-destroying power.
Purchase your supply from any druggist.
The Benetol Company
Minneapolis, Minn.
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al Party
Candidates
VOTERS:
WhatlsYourBallotWorth?
' HOW MUCH IS TOUR VOTE WORTH TO YOURSELF, TO TOUR FAMILY,
TO YOUR COUNTRY, AND TO THE VICTIMS OF EXPLOITATION?
HOW MUCH IS TOUR VOTE WORTH TO THE EXPLOITING INTERESTS
OF THE UNITED STATES?
To some, the ballot is a mere scrap of paper; to others. It is a thing unclean,
to touch which is to besmirch oneself: to still others, it is a mere burden; to
the light-minded, it is a toy or a plaything like a rattle, a card, or a football;
to the pessimist. It is a delusion and a snare a pawn on the chessboard of
selfish politicians; to the direct-actionist, it is an instrument of oppression and
exploitation, and to many, it is a means of ancestor worship.
Strange to say, a few people value the ballot as their political birthright
the most precious of their earthly possessions. The American ballot is the
high-water mark of human evolution. In it our Revolutionary forefathers
bequeathed to us an instrument forged in the furnace of the human sacrifice
and suffering of the ages, tempered in the blood of soldiers and the martyrs
of the ages, and shaped by the accumulated experience and wisdom of the ages.
The American flag is the symbol of our freedom; the American ballot is real
ization of our freedom. It is a disgraceful act to drag the American flag In tha
dust. How much worse to besmirch the American ballot in the mire of parti
sanship and selfishness!
The American ballot, rightly used. Is a weapon that will overthrow any
wrong, however deeply entrenched, and defend our rights against any attack,
however powerful at least until the sovereignty of our Government is attacked,
when we must resort to force of arms. But instead of charging our artillery with
high explosives, we have too often used bird shot or blank cartridges, and too
often we have turned It against our friends instead of against our exploiters.
THE MEASURE OF THE MANHOOD OR THE WOMANHOOD OF AMERICAN
CITIZENS Id THE SERIOUSNESS WITH WHICH THEY ACCEPT THE RE
SPONSIBILITY OF THE BALLOT, THE INTELLIGENCE WITH WHICH THEY
MARK THEIR BALLOTS. AND THE PURPOSE WITH WHICH THEY SELECT
THEIR CANDIDATES. THE HIGHEST TYPE IS THE CITIZEN WHO DEFIES
ORGANIZED GREED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE VICTIMS OF EXPLOITA
TION. In accord with the foregoing principles, the National Party of Oregon
presents the following candidates for your consideration:
NATIONAL
For United States Senator In Congress, for Term Beginning March 4, 1010.
VOTE FOR OXB
14 McNARY, CHAS. I, of Marion County
Republican
15 SLAUGHTER, ALBERT, of Marion County
Socialist
16 x WEST, OSWALD, of Multnomah County Democratic-Pro.
For Representative In Congress Third District Multnomah County,
j VOTE FOR 0B
17 xLAFFERTY, A. W., Independent-National Party
Republican
' 18 Mc ARTHUR, C N., of Multnomah County
19 SMITH, JOHN S., of Multnomah County
Democratic
20 WICKS, H. M., of Multnomah County
Socialist
STATE
For Governor.
VOTE FOR 0H
21 x PIERCE, WALTER M., of Union County
Democratic
22
RAMP, B. F., of Marion County
Socialist
23
WITHYCOMBE. JAMES, of Marion County
Republican
For Justice of the Supreme Court.
Justice Frank A. Moore.
to Fill Vacancy Caused by the Death of
VOTE FOR OXB
(Write In this name and X)
COUNTY
For Representative, 18th Representative District Multnomah County,
VOTE FOR TvVEI.VB
61 COFFEY, JNO. B.
Republican-Democratic
52
GORDON. HERBERT
Republican-Prohibition
53
HORNE, OSCAR W.
Republican-Democratic-National
54 HOSFORD, O. W.
Republican
55
IDLEMAN, H. L.
Republican-Prohibition
56
KUBLI, K. K.
Republican
57 LEWIS, D. C.
Republican-Democratic
58
McFARLAND, E. C.
Republican
59 MOORE, CHESTER C.
Republican
60
RICHARDS, OR EN R.
Republican
61 RICHARDSON. JOSEPH G.
Republican
62 x SMITH, EUGENE E. Rep.-Dem.-Prohi.-National
63
64
McNAUGHT, ALICE M.
Democratic
MILLER, ROBERT A.
Democratic-Prohibition
65
TREECE, W. H.
Democratic
66 WILLI SON, RALPH A.
Democratio
67 x AMOS, WM. F.
Prohibition-National
68 x HART, JOSEPH K.
Prohibition-National
69
HIDDEN, MARIA L. T.
Prohibition
70 x NEWELL, J. P.
Prohibition-National
71 x UNRUH, ADA WALLACE Prohibition-National
72 x WOLD, EMMA
National
OUR CANDIDATES
United States Senator OSWALD WEST
(Indorsed without "The man of the hour" for Oregon. If manhood and ability
his knowledge) are above partisanship, vote for West.
Representative In Congress A. W. LAFFERTY
wno servea two terms in congress ana came nome poor.
"Never give up the fight" is his motto. Your only chance
to defeat McArthur this time is to vote for Lafferty. A
(Nominated) vote for Smith is a vote for McArthur. Figure it out.
Governor of Oregon WALTER M. PIERCE
(Unofficially strength against weaKness. vigor against senility, states-
indorsed) manship against partisanship. Pierce against Withycombe.
State Legislature JOSj K. HART
A man oz deep tnougnt and
(Nominated) - places principle above policy.
inspiring personality, who
State Legislature WM. F. AMOS
jur. Amos is a successrui pnysician ana leaaer in practical
reforms. We need some doctors in the Legislature. Vote
(Nominated) for him.
State Legislature EMMA WOLD
An educator or tne nignest oraer. worthy of your suffrage.
(Nominated) If you knew Miss Wold you would vote for her.
State Legislature EUGBXE K. SMITH
tou win notice mat mis iwr. smitn nas tne connaence or
all political parties, except the Socialists. He will bs
(Nominated) elected and will represent us also in the Legislature.
Main 7070
A 6095
State Legislature ADAH W. UNRUH
A taientea speaiter ana writer, wno wouia oe an nonor to
the state in the Legislature. Men say that women are
(Nominated) prejudiced against their sex. Nail this lie at the polls.
State Legislature J. P. NEWELL
Civil engineer and well-known citizen, of the quiet,
headed type. Foremost in reforms in Oregon for
(Nominated) years. Elect him.
level-many
DO YOU BELIEVE THAT THIS NATION CAN PERMANENTLY REMAIN
INDUSTRIALLY AUTOCRATIC AND POLITICALLY DEMOCRATIC?
THE NATIONAL PARTY BELIEVES IN MAKING THIS NATION INDUS
TRIALLY DEMOCRATIC. IT OPENS THE DOOR FOR ALL LIBERAL AND
PROGRESSIVE GROUPS TO UNITE IN ONE NATION-WIDE PARTY AGAINST
THE OLD SYSTEM OF PROFITEERING AND CORRUPTION.
NATIONAL PARTY STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
412 Merchants Trust Building, Portland.
Platform mailed free. Phone Main 908.
(Paid Advt. by National Party of Oregon; Geo. L. Cleaver, Chairman, 40g
Merchants Trust Bldg.)