The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, October 27, 1918, Section One, Page 8, Image 8

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TITE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 27, 1918.
WILSON'S APPEAL IS
TOPIC OF CRITICISM
Oregon Voters Feel Keenly
Sting of Ingratitude.
ACTION IS HELD INSULT
' President's Move In Bidding Voters
To Elect Only Democrats Stirs
Loyal Citizens.
(Continued From First Pa.)
has stirred Republicans throughout the
state.
"Oregon was first In furnishing Its
quota of volunteers. tlrst In subscribing
to war loans, first In Red Cross, war
savings and stamp drives, and has
whole-heartedly supported every war
activity. The slogan of the Republican
party Is "Stand by the war.'
Repabllraas Support Wilaosu
The record of the Republican party.
both In Congress and particularly In
this state, shows absolutely that Re
publicans have disregarded politics and
supported the President in every under
taking.
"Only yesterday. United States Sen
ator Thomas, iJeraocrat, of Colorado.
said:
" "The Republicans have not and will
not in any way hamper the conduct of
the war. There is no question that
tbey are as loyal as the Democrats.'
"If there were any question, what
ever, regarding the loyalty of Governor
Wlthycombe, Senator McNary or Con
gressmen McArthur, Ham-ley and Sin
nott. the Republicans of this state
would be the first to clean house. Gov
ernor Wlthycombe has earned a record
as War Governor second to none. The
welfare of the boys at the front and
the protection of their families and
relatives at home have always been
paramount In his mind. Senator Mc
Nary and Congressmen McArthur, Haw
ley and Slnnott have loyally stood be.
hind the President and have supported
his every request for legislation in fur
therance of his war programme.
KrrsrdN Attest I.oyalty.
"Governor Wlthycombe and the Re
publican members of Oregon's delega
tion in Congress have met every test
of loyalty and patriotism and to re
pudiate them now would be the rankest
and most Inexcusable ingratitude.
"In view of the records of these of
ficials m-e feel sure the Republican
voters of the slate, and particularly the
fathers and mothers of the boys at the
front, will go to the polls in increased
cumbers and express their resentment
In the ajime way the people did in the
primaries in Michigan and the elections
in Maine and Wisconsin.
"The President's letter ought to and
will increase the vote and the Repub
lican majority In Oregon."
Promlaeat Mea Outspoken.
Expressions of other representative
business and professional men of Port
land with respect to the President's
partisan appeal were these:
Ren Selling It was very undiplo
matic At this time he should have
kept politics adjourned as he asked
everyone else to do. He acted In very
bad taste. Just put me down as favor
ing the eirction of all Republican can
didates in November as a protest.
John F. lAgan It is untimely and
onloriunnte. The test of every man,
whether he tn a Republican or Demo
crat, should only be whether or not he
Is for the prosecution of the war. Tha
was Lincoln's test. No politics should
be injected. Everyone In the Nation
hould have their mind on a highe
purpose on the writing of world laws.
Political Play Seeated.
W. 8. ej'Ren I am sorry the Presl
dent did not mention the undeslrabl
Senators and Representatives by name.
1 think he would have been more suc
cessful. I can see the advantage of re
placing members who voted agains
the suffrage amendment with men of
modern minds, but 1 cannot sefj how
the Administration would gain by "e
placing a friend like our Senator Mc
Nary with another friend like our ex
Governor West, or like our Senator
Chamberlain.
Alma D. Katx I am bitter, very bit
ter about this matter. I have found
no one of my acquaintances who thinks
the President did right In making eucii
an appeal, and this includes Demo
crats to whom I have talked. I would
not have had the slightest object'.on
had Mr. Wilson simply asked the voters
cot to elect men who failed to stand by
him. but to ask us to put In onl
Democrats is well. It's mighty bad
taste, to say it mildly.
Government of -the United States
whether In the majority or minority in
the House of Representatives or the
Senate.
I The record of Republican Senators
and Congressmen since the commence
ment of the war In support of President
Wilson and all war activities Is flaw
less. Of still greater significance,
every Republican In this Nation has
stood inflexibly by the Government and
by our noble sons at the front. My
son. Lieutenant Leslie Orland Tooze.
has recently fallen on the battlefield
In France while bravely fighting for
the unconditional surrender of the cen
tral powers and world liberty. My two
remaining aons are officers and on the
altar of my country. I am deeply
grieved and amazed that ourPresident
is opposed to Republicans in government.
publican party was-born to the pres
ent time it has upheld the dignity of
the united States and has never laid
a straw in the way of the Administra
tion in this war. It is not necessary to
have a Democratic Congress to win the
war.
WILSON'S WORDS DEPLORED
Eugene Resident Declares War Not
War of Any Particular Party,
BT FRANK JENKINS.
Ex-Prealdent of Eugene Chamber of
. Commerce.
EUGENE. Or., Oct. 26. (Special.) If
the President of his own volition made
the statements printed over his name
yesterday he has misread in a way that
passes all understanding the spirit and
purpose of the neoDle of the United
GRANTS PASS BANKER SPEAKS States.
I rebel at the thought that this is
This Is Not President's War Nor or ABy particular party. 'The whole
conduct of the American people since
war was declared cries out against any
BT FRANK C. BRAMWELL. I such intimation.
Banker. Grant, rasa, i Republicans In Congress have been
GRANTS PASS, Or, Oct. 26. (Spe-lamonK the president's most loyal sup-
cial.) The most vigorous prosecutorr I porters. It matters little hov the peo-
of this war are Republicans. Soma of pie of Germany regard the outcome of
. v, -.v..f nrnninritlnti ndlour elections; our task is to defeat
War of Democratic Party.'
pacifists. If their sayings are true, are
them on the field of battle and not to
Democrats or non-partisans.
President will never find stronger sup
Theaet them to speculating as to the 'way
we vote.
rri!7t?i' I" IS DECLARED INSULT
McArthur and Hawley, all (rood Oregon
Republicans.
This is not the President's war, nor
the war of the Democratic party. It Is
the war of the great masses of Amerl
can people. Let them decide In the
exercise of their political liberty and
right of franchise who shall be re
turned to Congress. If the President
thinks the Democrats are the only
loyal citizens fitted for Congressional
recognition, let him eliminate the ct-"p-
port of the Republicans of this country
Wilson Held Responsible for Lifting
Floodgates of Partisanship.
BT BERT ANDERSON.
Hotel Man. Medtord.
MEDFORD, Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
This latest appeal by Woodrow Wilson,
the politician, to the people of the
United States to return a Democratic
Congress this Fall is an unbearable
insult to all Republicans.
In 191$ he made a similar appeal to
crumble.
and see how quick our great American I return him to power "because he kept
military ana iinanciai macmnerj u out or war." This appeal caught a
fine string of Republican voters.
Will this appeal catch a similar string?
Instead of appealing to the people to
return only loyal men and patriots to
congress, the President has asked them
to return only Democrats. He him
self has lifted the floodgates of par
tisanship; all patriots will look upon
bis act as a calamity.
PRESIDENT'S ACT IS DEPLORED
REPUBLICANS SUPPORT NATION
Country Is Everything and Party
Nothing. War-Time Slogan.
BY JOHN G. RAND. .
(Prominent attorner and business man of
Baker, t
BAKER, Or Oct. 2. (Special.) Re
publicans almost without exception
since April 6, 117. have stood by the
President in every measure he has ad
vocated. At bis suggestion politics was
supposed to be adjourned during- the
war and only those known to be loyal
were considered as worthy of being
voted for. The country was everything
and party nothing to every worthy
member of the Republican party.
Loyalty appeals instinctively to Re
publicans and the fact that the Presi
dent of the United States was himself
a Democrat did nofenter into the mind
of anyone. He was the President of
the United States, elected by a majority
of the American people, the Com
mander-in-Chief of all our forces, and
we were fighting for the liberties of
the world, including our own. These
considerations entered only into our
regard for him.
Now, when the President stoops from
his high office and asks us Republicans
to elect only. Democrats to Congress,
even to the extent of electing such
men as Henry Ford, the pacifist, the
man who would pull down the Amer
ican flag from his factories and never
permit it to float there, who would
have his son exempted so that some
other man's son would be compelled
to take his place and perhaps to die
for his country, the only answer which
Republicans should give is to elect no
one to Congress except Republicans,
providing their loyalty is unquestioned.
ERROR, SAYS OREGON LEADER
0
Chairman of Marion County Central
Committee Makes Comment.
BT WALTER LINCOLN TOOZE.
Chairman Marlnn County Republican Cen
tral Committee and Four-linuia Mao.
SALEM. Or, Oct. 2S. (Special.)
The President has made the one monu
mental and unforgivable error of his
political career In his partisan appeal
for the election of Democrats only to
the United States Senate and to Con
gress. The Republican party, the party of
Abraham Lincoln, has never in all our
history wavered in its allegiance and
abso.ute loyalty and devotion to the
WHOLE NATION IS AFFECTED
President Wilson's Latest Appeal
Held Grievous Mistake,
BY BRUCE DENNIS.
Former Chairman of Republican State Cen
tral Committee.
LA GRANDE. Or, Oct. 26. (Special.)
All America Ss fighting this war;
America is fightlnir this war behind
President Wilson: he Is our leader In
every movement and we, as Americans,
are behind him with every life and
every dollar in the Nation. That he
should depart from what seems the fair
and impartial path politically is a mat
ter of deep regret.
Is the United States Army made up
from the Democratic party? Is the
United States Navy made up of only
Democrats? Is President Wilson, as
Commander-in-Chief, going to demand
that no one but Democrats be per
mitted to fight for the flag, or that
Republicans be ostracized and elimi
nated in the great war work at home?
The President has made a grievous
mistake and one that the whole Nation,
Including many members of his own
party, will regret.
ALBANY REPUBLICANS TALK
President Wilson Deemed to Have
Been III-Advlsed.
ALBANY. Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
Prominent local Republicans expressed
themselves this evening regarding the
President's note as follows: .
E. D. Cusick, Senator Linn and Lane
counties It Is unfortunate that Colonel
House had to go to Europe and
the President had less experienced ad
vice The Oregon delegation to Con
gress, while rot elected to keep us out
of war, has supported the President on
evjry war measure and it would be In
advisable to make a change.
L. M. Curl, Mayor of Albany No
vote of confidence is necessary. The
whole country has stood firmly for
Coos Bay Leader Points to Record
of Republican Party.
BT CHARLES HALL,
Banker, liarnhfleld.
MARSHFIELD, Or.. Oct. 26. (Spe
ciaL) I was shocked on reading the
almost unbelievable statement of Presl
dent Wilson advising votes for Demo
cratic aspirants to office. Records dis
close support of Republicans on all Ad
ministration war measures were' more
ready than from members of his own
party. This adherence to party politics
when pontics is adjourned Is discon
certing, to say the least.
The direct, eloquent and convincing
manner in which the President
answered the Raisers government ask
ing for an armistice is a source of pride
and satisfaction to all loyal Amer
icans. That this universal confidence
should be so shaken by the President
descending to partisan politics in so
short a space of time is regretable.
SEASIDE GOES 400 PERCENT
Quota of $11,000 Is Surpassed by
Subscription of $165,000.
SEASIDE, Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
Complete figures on the fourth liberty
loan show that Seaside, with a quota
of $41,000, has subscribed 1165,000 with
more than 1900 subscribers.
Mayor Paget, in making these figures
public, says if any other city In the
United States bas a better record than
this 400 per cent one, he would like
to bear of it.
every war measure. The record of in- SEASIDE INFLUENZA LIGHT
oiviauai xiepuuucB-ns is tar superior to
that of individual Democrats, and I re
gret exceedingly that petty politics has
been drawn into a National Issue.
F. M. French, prominent Republican
and secretary State Jewelers' Associa
tionI think the President Is sacri
ficing the dignity of his high office in
mixing in politics now. This is the
people's war and doesn't belong to any
party at all. From the time the Re-
No Truth in Published Statement of
One Thousand Cases.
SEASIDE, Or- Oct. 26. (Special.)
Mayor L. L- Paget is indignant at a
report sent from Washington, D. C, to
an afternoon paper In Portland, that
there were a thousand cases of influ
enza in Seaside and that the Surpeon-
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CONGRESSIONAL VOTE ON PREPAREDNESS AND WAR
I (FROM THE OFFICIAL RECORD) I .
a . DEMOCRATS. This chart shows the vote of leading Democrats and Re- REPUBLICANS.
I publicans in the House of Representatives in the 64th and I k 1,1 '
Floor Leader Chairman 66th Congresses on the eight principal preparedness and t?1 i S
Kitchin, Dent, of Com. war measures that form the "acid test" of Americanism, as Minority Rep. Mem
Speaker Chairman on analyzed by ttie National Security League, a non-political Leader McArthur. ber Military
' Clark. Corn. Ways - Military patriotic organization: . Mann. Affairs Com.
and Means. Affairs. f Kahn.
11 McLEMORE RESOLUTION March 1, 1916. This resolu
NO NO tion was to the effect that American citizens should fore- ATE NO ATE
go their natural, legal and constitutional rights to travel
on the high seas. '
2 KAHN AMENDMENT TO THE HAT ARMY BILL March
ATE . NO NO 23. 1916. This amendment sought to Increase the regular ATE AYE ATE
Army to 178,000, or more nearly approaching the recora--
mendatlons of the general staff of the Army. '
5 BRANDEGEE AMENDMENT TO THE HAY-CHAMBER- A
AYE NO NO LAIN ARMY BILL April 18, 1916. This amendment pro- AYE . AYE AYE
vided for an Army of 250,000 as agalnBt 140,000.
'
AYE NO NO 4 "SECTION B6." providing for a Volunteer reserve Army AYE AYE AYB
wholly under Federal control April 18, 1916; May 8, 1916.
. '
6 MOTION TO RECOMMIT NAVAL APPROPRIATION .
NO NO NO BILL June 2, 1916. This motion was designed to instruct AYE AYE Alts
, an increase in the Navy beyond what was provided in
. the original bill. '
6 COOPER AMENDMENT March 1, 191T. This amendment xt it .i
NO NO NO was designed to prohibit to American ships their legal NO NO Not voting
J right to carry arms or ammunition In their cargoes.
AYE ' NO AYE 7 DECLARATION OF WAR AGAINST GERMANY April 6. AYE AYE AYE
1917.
KAHN AMENDMENT TO CONSCRIPTION ACT April 23.
NO NO NO 1917. This provided for the raising, by conscription, of AYE Alts
the necessary Army to give effect to the declaration of
war.
Speaker Clark voted wrong on two. In- Compare Mr. McArthur's record of 100 per cent American- Minority deader Mann voted wrong: on
eluding conscription, against which ism with the un-American record of his opponent, Mr. Smith, one and right on seven,
he worked on the floor, sayingcon- ' who was elected to the Oregon Legislature from Linn County .. j.,,,
script and convict were the same to " .In 1896 and one of the 23 legislators that held up the organ- Congressman McArtnur voted rigm on
him. Igation of the House by refusing to qualify, which resulted all eight measures.
in the state being without representation in the United
Floor Leader Kitchin voted wrong on States Sanate from March, 1897, to September, 1898. Ranking Republican Kahn voted wrong
six and right on two. He proved unfaithful to his constituents then. Is he to be on. one. failed to vote on one ana
trusted now? vote riht on slx-
Chairman Dent, of Military Affairs, If it Is the policy of the Administration to make the
voted wrong on five and right on Nation effective in war, who is dfsloyal?
three. Answer by your vote November 5.
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McArtSiiiF
No. 18 on Ballot
(Paid Ad., Republican Congressional Committee, Third District, 430 Morgan. Bldg.)
General bad been Importuned to send
Army doctors there to protect the sol
diers In the spruce. camps.
The truth is, says the Mayor, there
have been only 25 cases, most of them
Hunt, and only one death. Only one
otljer case is considered serious. Dr. O.
,. rxagmeier, 01 ceasiae, now In the
ervlce, has been requested to be sent
as physician to the spruce camp of
Clatsop County, which is the slight
foundation of the Washington dispatch.
PHONE Y0UR WANT ADS
If you can't come down town phone
your want ads to The Oregonian. Main
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BOYS WRITE FROM PRISON
Vancouver Youths Held In Camp at
jGeissen. Germany.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Oct. 26. (Spe-
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sons. Robert E. McEnany and Fred
McEnany, both prisoners In Geissen,
Germany.
The letter was written on cheap yel
low paper and datfd August 24. The
card was dated July 20. The boys
say they are working and getting good
food, hut no reliance is placed in these
statements. They mentioned receiving
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Government wants you to do ypur Holiday buying in October,
November and early December.
The National Council of Defense has demanded that the business '
interests of the Country shall curtail their Holiday activities
and has asked them: ,
Not to increase their working force by reason of the Holiday
. business.
Not to increase the number of working hours of their force
during the Christmas Season.
To spread the period for holiday purchases over the months of
October, November and December.
The family connections and friends of men overseas will want
to send remembrances to their loved ones in the American Army
abroad, and .the efficacy and the need of photography in such
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