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, THE SUNDAY DRECOXIAX, PORTLAXD. 3IARCH 21. 1920
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ACTIVITY IN STATE
POLITICS 15 liOTED ; r
Interesting Legislative Out
look Is Growing.
senatorship of Vashington
MANY SEEK RE-ELECTION
Considerable Number of Candi
dates Filed and .Many Oral An
nounctiiiciil Are Heard.
Legislative politics is becoming ac
tive throughout the state, albeit the
aspirants are timid in Multnomah,
where 13 reyrcsentatives are to be
nominated in the primaries. A num
ber of out-state candidates have filed
and others are on the verge of mak
ing their formal declaration, for. they
are making oral announcements with
out reserve. About 20 of the men
who served in the house in the last
session are in the field for re-election,
and there is a considerable sprin
kling of new faces and names.
Charles Childs of Brownsville, one
of the three representatives for Linn
county, said while in Portland yes
terday that he would seek another
tPrm. His colleaffe, W. P. Elmore.
who has served a couple of terms,
has decided to retire. Clarence Tem
pleton of Halsey will seel, election
to the house from Linn county.
Lane county will have no shortage
of candidates. Louis K. Bean will
run and if elected will seek the speak
ership. K. J. Adams, formerly of the
state highway commission, will be
a candidate for the house, bu't ex
plained during a visit to Portland
that he would not make an active
campaign. He says he has had expe
rience in legislatures, and that this
experience would be valuable and is
at the disposal of the Lane county
people if they want to elect him. S.
L. Allen is a candidate. lor represent
ative. These three will fill Lane
county's quota if no more candidates
Mr. Gore's Record Good.
Douglas is entitled to two repre
sentatives. Nothing official has been
stated whether or not Representa
tives Brand and Griggs will seek re
election, but if they do tncy win una
opposition, for B. F. Nichols of Rid
dle has filed his declaration, and Ar
thur II. .Marsh of Looking Glass
wants to be in the house. Still an
other aspirant is C. li. Ricker of
Gardiner, who has been identified
with the development of that section.
Douglas and Jackson counties have
one joint representative. . The in
cumbent is W. II. Gore, who made a
good record. Mr. Gore intends to
seek re-election, but C. V. Hopkins,
a Douglas county man, has filed for
the republican nomination already.
Coos county's representative is T.
J. Thrift, concerning whose plans
there is little known here, and for
the district of Coos and Curry J. F.
lionkins of Port Orford has an
nounced himself. There is a sort of
I for th
Judge T. F. Ryan and C. Scheubel
I are fighting for the unexpired term
or the late Senator Walter IMmlck ol
Clackamas. Mr. Schuebel has sug
gested to the judge that the latter
un for the house. The fight for the
senatorship la said to be warming
up. John R. Nickelsen desires to be
re-elected for Hood River and Wasco
and to date has no opposition.
Baldwin Srrka Kv-Elertlon.
Senator G. T. Bafdwin, senator for
Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Klamath
and Lake, is a democrat and will try
to succeed himself. Jay Upton of
Prineville Is after the republican
nomination. There Is talk of a
Klamath republican fighting It out
with Mr. Upton. O. B. Robertson of
Condon will probably have a clear
field for the senatorial nomination
for Gilliam, Sherman and Wheeler,
which post was occupied by Senator
M. D. Shanks who has moved from
Walter JI. Pierce would like to sro '
back to the senate from Union and I
Wallowa. He would like to be a dele
gate to the democratic national con
vention, and he Is being urged to be a
democratic presidential elector. How
ever, a man's name can appear on the
ballot for only one office, so Senator j
Pierce cannot have all three of these I
places. If he goes out for re-elec- j
tion he is promised a hot fight, for I
his campaign against the road bonds 1
in Union county has not helped him i
politically. Bruce LVnnis Is men-
tioned as a contender if Senator :
Pierce becomes a candidate for the
senate, and there la no love lost be- J
tween the two, for cefming to Port- ;
land on a train recently Senator j
ni..AA i . i r t . . i i. .. .
the latter was a candidate he would
"go out and get him."
Julien A. Hurley, senator for Grant,
Harney and Malheur, announced him
self yesterday. Charles W. Ellis, of
Burns, is mentioned as a prospective
opponent for the nomination.
Thomas B. Handley, senator for
Lincoln, Tillamook, Washington and
Yamhill, if he decides to run, has
opposition in W. B. Dennis, of Yam
hill, and there is talk of a contender
from Washington as well.
Large Stock of New
Edison Diamond Disc
Just Received ....
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR EARLY SHOPPERS
RflT GflMPAIGNlS PLANNED
HEALTH OFFICER AVOl'LD
RID PORTLAXD OF RODEXTS.
Investigation Made of Basements
Shows Downtown Section Is
gentlemen's agreement that the join
representative shall go to Curry,
Coos taking the joint senatorship.
E. V. Carter of Ashland will be
candidate for one of the two repre
sentalives for Jackson county. Mr.
Carter has served In the senate and
has been sueaker of the house. Ben
C. Sheldon intends seeking re-elec
tion. and so may J. A. Westerlund,
but there are rumors that Medford
may present still another candidate.
Jnnra Would Re Secretary.
W. V. Fuller, who has been repre
tenting Polk county, will run to sue
cecd Ben F. Jones of Lincoln and
i'olk, Mr. Jones being a candidate for
the nomination for .-ecretary of state
I'. O. Powell of Monmouth, wants to
Biiccced Mr. Fuller.
For Yamhill, J. M. Crawford wants
to be re-elected and W. B. Dennis is
seekinc election to the senate. For
Mr. Dennis' place in the house are
mentioned W. W. Russell of Bellevue,
L. S. Hopfield. Kd Carey and Sam Par-
rett. For Tillamook and -lamniu.
Frank A. Rowe of Wheeler has de
clared himself, the incumbent. C J.
Kdwards, concluding not to seek re
election. Mr. Rowe has been in the
Loyal H. Graham of Forest Grove
who played an Important part on the
house roads and highways commit
tec. seeks re-election from Washing.
ton county. There are three to elect.
Millard J. Lee of Canby is the first
to announced his candidacy for rep
resentative in Clackamas county.
In Clatsop county. E. N. Hurd, who
was In Portland yesterday, says he
will seek re-election. He is the mayor
of Seaside. M. V. Hardesty, a coun
cilman of Seaside, fays he, too, will
be a candidate. Astoria will probably
produce a couple of candidates also.
Two File In Columbia.
In Columbia county E. I. Gallah
wants to be re-elected and A. II. Tar
bell of Warren wants to get the
nomination away from him. Both
While Peyton Burdick has not for
mally filed, he probably will seek
re-election for Crook, Deschutes,
Grant, Jefferson, Klamath and Lake.
G. H. Merryman, who also represents
this big district, will not run. H. J.
Oberturf of Bend Is a possible can
didate against Mr. Burdick, and there
may be another candidate or two
from Klamath county. C. E. Wood
son is expected to be up for re
election for Morrow and Umatilla.
Representative E. P. Dodd wants to
be re-elected for Umatilla, and Cyril
G. Brownell. incuinbent, is consider
ing the matter. At present Mr.
Brownell is interesting himself in the
campaign of General Wood.
The only democrat who has filed
for representative in Union and Wal
lowa Is S. L. Burnaugh. He served
In the last session and is willing to
return to Salem. Various republicans
have been approached and urged to
run, but thus far none has consented.
Represcntatlve A. A. Smith, one of the
strong men of the last session, has
intimated that he will not run. He is
a democrat and represents Baker
One District Haa None.
'mly P. J. Gallagher ts in the field
for Harney and Malheur counties.
A. M. Wright of Gilliam. Sherman and
Wheeler seeks re-election, and Mr.
Carsner of Spray will undertake to
fill the vacancy caused by Repre
sentative J. S. Stewart moving to
Corvallis. The Hood River-Wasco
district appears to be unattractive.
There are two to elect and no ap
plicants. In the senate B. L. Eddy wants
to be re-elected from Douglas and
if successful desires to be president
of the senate. J. C. Smith of Jose
phine and Ira S. Smith of Coos and
Curry are up for return to Salem.
There is talk of having someone op
pose Senator Smith of Coos and Curry
possibly John Kendall of Marshfield.
His 12 years fn the senate have
been enough for Dr. W. D. Wood of
Hillsboro so he is after the nomina
tion for secretary of state and W.
G. Hare, member of the house. Is a
candidate to succeed Dr. Wood. A
Mr. Woscott Is being mentioned also
With the epidemic of contagious
diseases apparently under control.
City Health Officer Parrish is direct
ing the attention of his force to rats
and announced yesterday that if he
could obtain the co-operation of the
city council, an unrelenting campaign
against the rodents would be launched.
Rats in Portland, according to Dr.
Parrish, are multiplying so rapidly
that unless eoine definite action to
destroy them is made at once, it will
be next to impos.-ible to control the
situation in a year from now.
An investigation made last week by
health officials showed many base
ments in the downtown section over
run with rats. A complete report has
been made to City Commissioner Mann
and unless steps are taken by certain
establishments to screen food against
rats, prosecution will follow.
According to Dr. Parrish, the only
effective weapon against rats is to
build against them and etarve them.
This can only be done he says by re
quiring all food-handlers to screen
In two annual reports submitted by
Dr. Parrish, the city council has been
requested to pass legislation to re
quire food-handling establishments to
build against rats. No attention has
been paid to these- suggestions, but
so serious has the condition now be
come, according to the city health of
ficer, that the members of the council
will be forced to give some attention
to the solving of the rat problem in
In addition to the dangers of dis
ease from the rat, statistics gathered
locally and nationally show a great
economic loss resulting from food
stuffs destroyed or consumed by rats.
In one food-handling establishment in
Portland where the basement was re
built and foodstuffs protected from
rodents, figures show that an average
of $6S in food was destroyed daily
before the protecting construction
50629 Let the Rest of the World Go By, Ball , .
(Contralto-Tenor) M. Evelyn Cox-H. Hindermyer
Floating Down the Old Monongahela, Mills.
(Tenor) Charles Hart
A descriptive waltx song with a wealth of melodic music. 'We hav
hiid a number of "river" sons, some of which tiave attained vide fame
This one. in addition to having the conventional haunting refrain and
the ever-welcome story of love, emphasizes the return to the eongwrit
ing world of Kerry Mills, writer and composer of numerous popular
musical numbers. - - . g
50195 Dixie Medley Banjo . . . . ... . .Fred Van Eps
' Infanta March, Banjo. i.'. ...... .Fred Van Eps
50403 It's Nice to Get Up in the Morning, Baritone
, i .Glenn Ellison
When the Bonnie, Bonnie " Heather Is Blooming, .
Baritone .'.i . . ." Glenn Ellison
50498 Kiss Me Again, Waltz .Hawaiian Orchestra.
Somewhere in Hawaii....... ....Hawaiian Orchestra
50512 Madelon, Baritone .Arthur Fields
"Till We Meet Again Gladys Rice-Vernon Dalhart
50514 Dry Town Blues, One-Step '..Xylophone "Frisco"
Night Time in Little Italy, Fox Trot
Frisco's Jazz Band
50600 Cleo, Fox Trot All Star Trio
Waltz Memories '.Judas Society Orchestra
50603 I've Got My Captain Working for Me Now
See Old Man Moon Smile, Negro Duet
Al Bernard-Ernest Hare
506081 Want a Daddy, Fox Trot.4Tuxedo Dance Orchestra
Nobody Ever, Fox Trot. ... .Tuxedo Dance Orchestra
80055 Carry Me Back to Old Virginny, Baritone
...Thomas Chalmers and Chorus
0,mPromise Me "Robin Hood" Soprano...:
'. Elizabeth Spencer and Chorus
80128 William Tell Overture Part- 1.... Band
William Tell Overture Part II .....Band
8(1181 Humoresque, Violin Solo.... ..Moskowitz
Melody in F, Violin Solo i Moskowitz
80293 Mother Machree (Tenor) Walter Van Brunt
My Wild Irish Rose (Tenor) Walter Van Brunt
80411 When I'm Gone You'll Soon Forget, Duet
Walter Van Brunt-Helen Clark
Old Virginny Days The Homestead Trio
80398 My Waikiki Mermaid.... .Hawaiian Orchestra
Valse Llewellyn, Saxophone. ........ iRudy Wiedoeft
80501 Looking This Way, Sacred Song..Metropolitan Quartet
Some Sweet Day Bye and Bye, Sacred Song. . . . ":
80268 The Holy City (Tenor) Hardy Williamson
Rock of Ages, Sacred Song. . .Metropolitan Quartette
SUPERIOR SERVICE AT ALL TIMES '
Come in today and choose the ones you want from the
above list, or sign and mail this ad, checking (X) the num
bers you wish. .. r
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CORNER STORE TWELFTH AT WASHINGTON ST.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS PHONE BDWY. 750
POLICIES ARE REINSTATED
Intricacies of War Risk Insurance
to Rc Explained at Meeting.
Intricacies of war risk insurance
will be explained to relatives of ex
service men and the veterans at i
nueting tomorrow night at Library
hall under the auspices of the Arr.er
can Legion. Bradley T. Fowlkes of
15 University street, Seattle, north
west representative of the bureau of
war risk insurance, will be the
Thirty minutes of moving pictures
will illustrate the talk on "L'ncle Sam
as Insurance Agent. A conference
with war risk insurance officers of
the AmericHn Legion posts in the vi
cinity of Portland will be held by Mr.
Fowlkes tomorrow afternoon at de
partment headquarters of the legion
the Morgan building. Ldward J.
Elvers, department adjutant, will pre
side tomorrow night.
Department headquarters of the le
gion has reinstated (147,500 in war
risk insurance during the past week
and converted 160,500 "into the new
government insurance policies. July
1920, is the dead line for conversion
of many of the policies now held by
veterans of the world war.
TAFT MAY BE ON BALLOT
FORMER BULL MOOSER THINKS
OF STARTING PETITION.
Charles V. Ackerson Anounces In
tention of Getting Busy in Mat
ter Without Further Delay.
Man and Divorcee" Detained.
R. S. Hill is alleged to have come
o Portland on a railroad pass, which.
purporting to be for himself and wife,
was U3ed insteai to provide transpor
tation for Georgie Wilmsmeir. He
was locked up in the county Jail on
charge of misuse of a pass. His
companion was detained as a witness.
Hill met Mrs. Wilmsmeir, who is a
ivorcee, in Denver two weeks ago
nd promised to marry her either
ere or in Great Falls. When he land
ed in Portland he had 18 in his pock
etc. Mrs. Wilmsmeir 'is wanted In
Denver for some unknown reoson and
jumped bond. -
Concession Bids Called.
Bids for concessions in the various
city parks during the coming summer
season have been requested by the
city council and will be opened at
2 P. M. next Thursday. Articles for
sale must be listed in the bids sub
mitted. Concessions are now located
in Washington, Peninsula, Seilwood
and several other parks and play,
grounds. Specifications can be ob
tained from the purchasing bureau.
iroom 208 city hall.
A. Ii. Long Seeks New Trial. .
' A-1 Long who was convicted April
11 In the federal court of impersonat
ing an officer, haa filed motion for
a new trial. He had not yet received
sentence. Long is an ex-policeman
William Howard Taft's name may
be placed on the republican presiden
tial primary ballot in Oregon. Charles
W. Ackerson announced last evening
that he intends starting out tomor
row morning to put Mr. Taft's name
oil the primary ticket and that ho
hasn't consulted Mr. Taft about it,
either. Mr. Ackerson, who was one of
the pioneer Bull Moosers at the Chi
cago convention in 1912, was a red
hot Roosevelt man and did all he
could for Roosevelt in the campaign
that year. Four years ago Mr. Acker
son was back in the republican fold
and was an assistant sergeant-at-
armo In the national convenion at
There has been a latent sentiment
in favor of Mr. Taft in Oregon for
the past year, -as was shown y a sur-
vev of the field taken oy rne ure
gonian in 1919, but Mr. Taft has not
been a candidate in the east and until
now no one has taken steps to place
his name on the Oregon primary Dal
lot. Mr. Ackerson says he intends cor
recting this oversight and will have
netitinns out and in circulation in
short order. He had planned, he said,
getting the machinery in operation
and names being secured before
springing his surprise, 'but, he ex
nlains. someone who was in on his
The reDUbllcan primary, as maiieio
look at Dresent. will have on. the bal
lot the names of Hoover. Johnson,
Lowdcn. Poindexter, Taft iWa wooa.,
There will 'be room for any others
whom anvone may want to place
there. Albert Abrams of Otoseburg,
who was In Portland a few days ago,
w n wonde ring whether he ought to
ui that Mr. Hughes gets on tne Dai
lot, alhough admitting that Governor
Harding looks good to mm.
Bridge Approaclies Completion.
CENTRALIA, Wash.. March 20.
fSoecial.) The new Pacific highway
bridge over the Cowlitz river at To
ledo will be ready for traffic about
July, according to William Munson,
contractor. The second steel span is
nearing completion. The Toledo coun
cil this week appointed a committee
to confer with state and Lewis coun
ty officials relative to a celebration
marking the dedication of the bridge.
y. W. C. A. Cabinet Elected.
the association in the past two years.
The'other members of the cabinet are
Miss Myrtle Ferm of Cherry Grove, as
vice-president; Miss Carolyn Kunkle
of Forest Grove, secretary, and Miss
Margaret Martin, also-. of Forest
Grove, treasurer. The committee!
chairmen are Miss- Lucy Morse of
Portland. Misses Edith Weaver, Nellie
Walker,. Evelyn Patton, Margaret
Morgan and Lucile Robinson, all of
Forest Grove. ' . .
Y. W. C. A IS LAUNCHED
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, Forest
Grove. Or., March 20. (Special.) The
cabinet of the Young Women's Chris
tian association for 192021 has been
elected. Mifs Lucile Higby of Forest
and is alleged to have robbed a man i Grove, a member of the present junior
named Adcox of a carload of liquor class, was chosen as president. Miss
at Madras. I Higby has been an active member in
Baker Association Opens Quarters
and Installs First Secretary.
BAKER, OrMarch 20. The Baker
Young Women's Christian Association
formally opened its rooms, last night
with a house-warming party whieh
was enjoyed by nearly 100 gJrix and
women. A musical programme was
iven and refreshments were, served
Miss vera Pride was installed as
secretary. The Baker T. W. C. A.
the only institution of its kind in
eastern Oregon, the nearest being in
Boise and Portland,, while an associa
tion is being formed in The Dalles.
Lnlike similar organizations in most
Castncr, ex-president of, the Oregon
Federation of Women's Clubs, led the
campaign for the new building.
TAC0MA BANKS SHOW GAIN
Deposits Increase $680,699 Dur
ing' January and February.
" TACOMA, Wash., March 20. (Spe
cial.) Tacoma was the only one of
the leading northwest cities to show
a gain In bank deposits during the
last two month3.
Tacoma figures were the highest on
record, the gain being I689.S09 from
December 31 to February 28. Con
tinued activity in shipbuilding, ship
ping, general construction and allied
industries is ascribed as the cause for
Love's Dream Rudely Shattered.
"That's What-you have taken for
life, is it?" was the cold remark of
the father-in-law of Alice E. Harvey
when his son introduced his bride.
says Mrs. Harvey in a suit for divorce
from William R. Harvey, filed in the
circuit " court yesterday. She was
compelled to live in the same house
with Harvey Sr., she declares.
CARDS OF THANKS. '
The undersigned wish to PTno.
sincere thanks and appreciation to
Ross & Son and their employes who
so kindly assisted us in the 'bereave
ment and loss of our loved nnc-
for the many beautiful floral offerinira
MR. AND MRS. C. D.' CONvrm
MR. AND MRS. IRVrNfJ I.Alippn
RIVOLI CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Personally Conducted by M. GUTERSON
Sunday Concert 12:30 Noon
Light Cavalry (Overture) . . :. F. Suppe
Les Patineufs E. Waldteufel
Cavitina -.-S. Raff
Souvenir de Moscou (Violin Solo, A. Creitz) . .II. Wieniawski
Accompaniment Itivoli Concert Orchestra
American Patrol '. F. Meacham
Weekday concerts twice
each afternoon and evening
Light Cavalry (Overture) . .E. Waldteufel
Souvenir de Moscou (Violin Solo,
Albert Creitz) II. Wieniawski
Accompaniment Rivoli Concert Orchestra
Lower Floor Matinee 25c, Night 33c; Lower Balcony Matinee 23c, Night 35c; Upper Balcony-Ola tince and
Night 25c, Saturday, Sunday and Holiday Evenings 35c; Loges Matinee 50c; night 60c; Children Matinee and
Night 15c All prices include war tax.
BONDS ARE AUTHORIZED
Hooil River Voters Decide to HaTe
New School Building, y
HOOD RIVER, Or.. March 20. (Spe
cial.) Electors of school district No.
3. comprised of -the city, and sur
rounding orchard communitiea, ye
terday authorized the school board to
issue $41,000 in bonds for the con
struction of a new school building to
replace the old Park-street -grads
school.. A special tax levy, of 20.000
to be raised next year to complete the
structure was also voted. v .
The movement for a new school was
initiated several months ago. by
mothers of the city following a visit
of Mrs. S. Blumauer, prominent Port-j
land clubwoman. Mrs. Charles H.
of the large cities, there is no mem-
bership fee required for the Baker
Y. W. C. A. All visiting" women afe
urged td make it their headquarters.
FREE -LECTURE TONIGHT
Subject "Brother Wan," at Theo
sophical hall, 301 Central Bids., cor
ner 10th and Alder. Adv.
Baker Gasoline 85 Cents.
- BAKER, Or.. March 20. (Special.)
On account of the increase Inthe
price of gasoline by the main source
of supply, the Standard Oil company,
all the local dealer of Baker have
fixed the. -retail pric-at 35 cents
A Form of Dyspepsia Usually Resulting From the
Inability to Digest Starchy Jbood.
Wa wlRh to thank mil fplAHj.
their kindness BTid sympathy durine
the sickness and death of our beloved
husband and father.
Adv. MRS. CHAS. BONGE AND SON'S.
Phone your want ads to Th Oreco-
nlan. Main 7070, A 6095.
A creat many people are severely
i..i.,rr,i with intestinal indigestion
due to the fact that the starcny roods,
such as potatoes, rice, white bread,
etc.. are digested in the small In
testine and not in the stomach as Is
" in- li.ue this condition Stuart's
Dvspepsia Tablets are well supplied
with an intestinal dlgestant so that
instead of practicing severe diet you
mav eat these essential, nourishing-
foods without distress. .
. in the small intestine the pancre
atic juice acts upon the starches and
ordinarllv, in a state of health, pos
sesses the power of converting- them
into grape sugar and dextrine. Starch
must be so transformed before it
can be of use to the bodily economy.
Remaining as unchanged starch, it
either passes through the alimentary
canal and proves a useless burden
to the system, because it resists ab
sorption, or it causes intestinal in
digestion, the food products becoming
acrid through putrefaction, which
often' sets up a catarrhal inflamma
tion of the . Intestine, resulting in
In a complaint of this character
ma"ny persons use paregoric, bismuth
and tannin to relieve the diarrhoea,
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These tablets also contain calcium
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present in intestinal indigestion and
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Not onlv are the starches digesta
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cents and note the sense of relief that
followa in short order. Adv.
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