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Progressives Disgusted With
Entry of Ex-President Into
Presidential Race; Division
of Forces May Mean' Defeat
(Washington Bureau of Tb Journal.)
Washington, March .-Perhaps . the
French seeress who predicts that neither
Roosevelt nor Taft will be the next
president Is right, although Taft con-
HniiAi a m-tnnv : InermtA A a! a ent aaa
while Roosevelt is also beginning an ac
tive campaign. Many of the progres
sives are very much disgusted at Roose
velt's entry into the race for they see
their own chiefs deserting La Follette
and assembling under the banner of the
rough rider. La Follette, protesting at
the "treachery" of his late followers Is
"grimly recuperating his powers and
straining; at the leash In his anxiety to,
' plunge oncv more imo uio iniwicuuuu
fray. The. Taft supporters do not see
-ow the president can lose in the con
vention, with a btg block of southern
delegates at his back before he even
begins the fight They do not look for
trouble from La Follette, or Cummins,
, or In fact anyone but Roosevelt. There
may be a "d.jk horse,' but at present
it is not even suspected whence he will
In the Democratic Xenks.
Knthuslastlo campaign warhorsea are
busy in a dozen Democratic camps with
their favorite candidates. Here too
there are 'progressive" and "reaction
try" candidates, although the latter
term Is not one of Democratic origin
or application' "Conservatives," prob
ably would please them better. Harmon
Is a type of the latter, and word comes
from Wall street that he Is acceptable
there. .-w."-.- ":- '.'V
Wilson is touted as a model progres-
stve. He is clean cut, scholarly, a pleas
ing even captivating speaker, and a
good fellow who campaigns like a win
ner. Just now: lt lookszas: if Champ
Clark, the' plain and honest champion
of the "plal.. peepul -were Wilson's
principal opponent He has won his own
state, split Oklahoma, and is giving Wil
son the fight o: his life. In Kansas.
. Clark -is experienced, honest and sane.
Underwood Is openly in the fight.
Hit campaign was virtually launched by
the fruit . Importers of New Tork city
-at a banquet given him last summer at
. the close of the extra session. 1 Lis
was a testimonial by the Italian ami
Sicilian fruit men who wished to show
, their appreciation of the effort made by
Underwood to put lemons on the free
list Many persons do not realize the
strength of the Italian vote, but Mr.
Underwood does, and so- does Congress
man Burton" Harrradn7wIfo wars'-alsS
- anxious, to get lemons on the free list
and who at this session was the instru
ment used to reduce the duty on olive
our citizens of Mediterranean birth."
It would bo strange If a president were
elected on the lemon and olive oil Issue.
Ko One Wants Second Plaoe.
There is no scramble for second place.
Perhaps John Hays Hammond may open
his sack cgaln. It's full to bursting,
and he doesn't x:are for expense If he
sees anything to be gained. Chamber
lain is often mentioned on the Demo
cratic eide and It's conceded that he
would make a safe and desirable candi
date. But bo Is Fobs suggested and he
comes from the far opposite coast That
question Is not bothering the slate mak
ers very much. The leavings of the Job
In making the head of the ticket will
suffice to furnish material for the sec
ond place.. It doesn't seem likely that
Sherman will again be nominated. Per
' haps the Democrats may select Hearst,
. Dnta )1 u it fMr1f Ha nhnoAn TT .a.f
could run as a Calif ornlan, and his
strength in New Tork would be a help.
The conventions are but a, little way
off now and congress is already showing
an anxiety to shorten up its program
and adjourn so that its members can
take a .iar.d in the making of .the tickets
. and In getting themselves reelected.
. Oregon FoUtios.
Both congressmen .from Oregon are
actively working for renomlnation. They
- have filed, their petitions and feel very
hopeful for success. At home. It la
heard in Washington, there are many
' aspirants for the seats In the house, and
there will be something of a scramble
at the primaries.' -
, Senator Chamberlain, not being In
neeiJ of looking to his own safety, li
putting in good licks for Governor Wil
son, and Is, making speeches whenever
How to Hake a Pint of
Unequaled Coiigh Syrup
Tke Quickest, Surest Cengh Remedy
Yen Ever Used. Easily Mad at
Hone. Steps Rve Wieepla
You may not need the $2 which, a 80
cent bottle of Pinex saves you, but yon
do need the wonderful effectiveness of
this famous couph remedy. It will usu
ally stop the most obstinate, deep-seated
cough inside of 24 hours, and has no
equal for whooping-cough. ; -
Get a 50-cent bottle of Pinex and mi
it in a pint bottle with home-made sugar
syrup," which is easily made by mixing a
pint of granulated sugar and pint
of warm water, and atirring for 2 min
utes. ' This rives you a full pint a fam
ily supply of the most pleasant and ef
fective cough remedy you ever used. ,
The way this takes hold of a cough
nd gives instant relief, will make you
regret that vou never tried it before,
stimulates the appetite, is slightly lax
ative and tastes good children take it
willingly. It has a wonderful record in
cases of incipient lung trouble and is
Dlcndid for croup, asthma, bronchitis,
throat trouble, etc. ,
Pinex is a special and highly conceit-
' trated compound of Norway White Pine
extract, rich in guaiacol and other nat
ural healing pine elements.
Pinex has often been imitated, but
never successfully, for nothing else will
produce the same results. The genuine
is guaranteed to give absolute -satisfac-
tion, or money refunded. Your druggist
has Pinex, or will gladly get it for you.
If not, send to The Pinex Co., Ft
Wayne, Ind. .
Pine? Is fully, guaranteed by- Ijiie
- Mvle Drug Co., (Distributors) Portland.
IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSATIVc
About tb die of your tbnes. It's torn awttorac
lien la know tbat any people on -w?ar hwa
a aire umallpr by abaklDf Alien's Fooi-Kaa. tha
nt))'pttc powder. Into them. Juat tha thine
f.pf Danrlnir Partli. Patent leather Sboea, and
fiw Uir.kivw In Ni Uliwii Waa. mbbara m
orstao. bwonm ncreiwary and roue ahora
ci ouw" vr-:vwrr iiii r nt a. I j ,,u i ' u . 1 1 1 1.
Inch, Allen'a Cnot-Enm slrnl (infant fvllef,
old ererywhere. 2He. tUtnota FftKH. Addrnw.
Allen 8. Olnrntad, La Boy, N. Y. Don't accrpt
to lubatltut. -
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-Metn, fcn.i t "rj a out tie -! o;
inirun;!' 1,'s an ! :::ous nun can find in
Oregon Senator F-ourne is working
very hnrd, keeping half a dozen cierks
and frtenographers busy and conducting
his camj-hlgn for reelection at long
TemOcratio nata, Fsrbaps.
Republicans are openly anxious re
garding the results of the elections be
cause of the probable effect on the sen
ate,. It will take but a few changes
from Republicans to Democrats to give
tha upper house a majority on the Dem
ocratic side. Then when a tariff reform
measure comes from the house It will
have more chance to be enacted and the
"Interests" (that mysterious aggrega
tion of whtch we hear so much and iden
tify so seldom) will be on the anxious
eat. There seems to be no reason to
think that the Democratic majority In
the house will be reduced, or overcome
for some time. It's far more likely that
there will be a Democratic senate yes,
and a Democratic president. "It's about
time," say the 'political forecasters,
scanning the political heavens and pro
fessing to see there certain well defined
evidences of a political deluge. ?
v. Boone on Tariff Commission.
Senator Bourne of Oregon believes In
a tariff commission to provide a basis
for tariff legislation. "While I differ
from the president fundamentally in
many ways," said he to The Journal cor
respondent, "regarding questions of
government yet I think the president Is
right regarding the tariff board. Con
gress should receive the views of such
a body and the information It could
gather as specialists, before undertaking
legislation on the. tariff. For years I
have been In favor of a nonpartisan tar
iff board or commission on the lines of
the Interstate comnferce commission, to
collect and collate data. Information,
facte; to tabulate this Information and
present It for the Information of con
gress, together with the views of the
commission Itself the deductions of tha
members o'f the board based on the In
formation collected. r : ;
"With some 20,000 Items submitted to
the committee on ways and means, and
the committee on finance, and some 4000
items included in the .Payne-Aldrlch bill,
It is perfectly evident that no member
of congress not connected . with either
of these committees could formulate any
intelligent opinion or come to any Intel
ligent conclusion on those subjects, even
though be devoted his entire time In
congress exclusively to the tariff. .
"Nothing will come of the present
attempt to revise the tariff In tha un
sclentlfic manner." . , ,
Next Saturday, March 9. is tha fif
tieth anniversary of the battle of the
Monitor and the Merrlmao at Hampton
Roads. In honor of the memory of
John Ericsson, Inventor of the Moni
tor, celebrations will be held In various
parts of the United States under the
auspices, of Swedish-American organlsa
tions or committees.
In Portland the exercises Will be( held
In the Swedish Tabernacle, Seventeenth
and Gllsan streets, Saturday evening.
Admission will be free upon presenta
tion of tickets secured in advance, and
It was stated today by F. W. Lonegren,
who has charge of the distribution of
the tickets, that the entire seating ca
pacity of the tabernacle has already
Governor West will be one of the
principal speakers. Others will be Rev.
B. J. Thoren, Swedish Vice Consul
Valdemar Udell, Attorneys Waldemar
Seton and David E. Lofgren and F. W.
Lonegren, editor of Oregon Posten..t A
united chorus, 'composed of the several
choruses of the Swedish churches In
Portland, will elng the American and
Swedish national anthems under the di
rection of Professor Charles Swenson,
and solo numbers will be rendered by
Knute Ekman and Miss Christine Olson.
Mrs. C, O. Toung will recite a poem de
scriptive of the historic battle. Rev.
F. Linden will give the invocation, and
Rev. J.' Richard Olson will Close with
prayer, after which the audience will
Join with the chorus In the singing of
"America,"- . v -- .
In Chicago, New Tork, Minneapolis
and other large cities, the memory of
Captain Ericsson' will be honored at
banquets. President Taft having ao
cepted an invitation to attend the af
fair in -Chicago., .... r .' ....i i..;,..;..,....
. Captain Ericsson, who was born in
Vermland, Sweden, was an Inventor in
New York when the war broke out.
and died about 25 years ago. Having
expressed a desire to be burled In ' the
little town of his birth, the remains
were conveyed to Sweden on board the
United States man of war Baltimore:
(United Praas Leaaed Wire.)
New Tork, March S. Vaudeville, then
tha "movies." Madame Sarah Bern
hardt, Herbert Tree and Madame Rejane,
after listening to the lure of the "two-a-day"
have agreed that they will also
lend themselves as attractions for the
motion picture shows. At the office of
the Klnemacolor company here It was
announced today that contracts for the
appearance of the three noted stars,
European leaders of tha drama, have
been, signed. Tree will appear In the
vaudeville sketch he Is now presenting
in London, muslo halls, but the-French
actresses will perpotuata their greatest
successes Bernhardt In "Camilla," and
Rejane in "Madame Sans. Gene."
No lnjtlmatlon of the salaries the stars
are to receive was given.
HOUN' DOG SONG DOES
NOT' APPEAL TO HAD LEY
(United Prasa Lasted Wlre.j
Jefferson City, Mo., March 5. Gov
ernor Herbert S. Hadley has kicked the
famous Missouri "noun' dawg" song
aroun He win not consider that
among the songs to be warbled exten
sively before the people of Missouri be
fore a referendum vote is Aakeri for a
The governor announced today that
In, the contest Just closing, . through
which a state song is sought, four dit
ties considered the best by a commit
tee will be placed , before the people.
The "noun da wg" song, the governor ad
mitted,, had -spread, like the measles but
he believes an offering more suited to
the dlgnllf of "the state should be se
lected. ,; -i
ANNIVERSARY OF BOSTON
"MASSACRE" OF 1770
IAnM.Ul In 'Ida Innmil ' -
historical and patriotic societies today
held exercises In observance of the
one hundredth and forty-second anni
versary of the "Bostfn Massacre," on
C.ill f.:;i 1 i
0 HONOR MEMORY OF
EADERS OF DRAMA TO
." i'ur h 5, 177 w ' H c' 1 t ' of
the i . ! . ' who -r( ilef-.-n-.) : their
l.onvs :!! d.-tr.ftr.'..ng their r!hts
i.gainst the onslaughts of the rrtMsh
Frcc Lessons in-
Monday, Wednesday, "Friday,
from 2 to 4:30 p. m.
Soring Model Corsets
Regular $1.75 and $2.00
W. B., Special 98c
W. B. corsets of coutil and ba
tiste. Made with medium and low
bust and medium or long hips,
tace and embroidery finished top.
Hose supporters attached.
Sizes 22 to 36.
Regular $1.75 to $5.50
G)rsets, Special $ 1 .28
Lot 2 consists of new models in
W. B. and C. B. corsets, also dis
continued models in W. B.C B.
Smart Set, and Nemo corsets.
A splendid assortment of large
SiZeS. ; : ' ?;
Made of the best coutil and ba
tiste. Lace and embroidery trim'd.
Girdle styles medium and high
bust styles medium and long hip
Siies ls to 36. '
Regular $3.50 to $7.50
Corsets," Special " $2.39
This lot of corsets consists of
such models as the'W. B C. B.
Smart Set La VidaW. B. Re.
duso and Nemos.
Medium and high bust styles
medium and long hip styles.
They are made of batiste and
coutil, finished with lace, ribbon or
Mostly large sizes.
Sizes from 18 to 36.
A Sale of Gloves
ii is not a
. Let MarchXJindsSlowl
To fnany, the searching breezes and the sudden
changes of temperature will bring colds and discom
fortto our customers they'll have no terrors they'll
keep well. Our splendid
.-. . t '
Spring V alley Whisky
FULL QUART $1.00
Will help "a hot whiskey at the right time
will save a doctor's bill.".
Bottled in bond every guarantee of pur
ity and age we deliver.
r WE ALWAYS SELL
$1.00 Wines at 75c the Gallon"
$1.50 Wines , at $1 the. Gallon ,:
Spring - Valley Wine Co.
The Big Store. Entire Corner Second and Yamhill
trv i , who 1 a J na's !:.' srvih'.r.
but r-asant to the people of 1 ot
d-inr? the period af;er the rerfI of
the turnip Act.
lyiUi unjoin w
The Fashionable Derby Sailor
The distinctive beauty and irreproach-
able style of these smart tailored hats ap
peal to the particular women who delight
in good-looking tailored garments. ,
We are perfectly safe in saying that the
hats in this lot could not be produced by
mtl j- -f j
lacy arc inauc vi guuu ijuauijr
No two trimmed alike.
But each one has a smart little Itickup on the side front.
- Robinson & Wells Tailored Mats
Are now on display , and sale. Exclusive smart models.
$1.50 and $ 1 .75
Princess slips in the newest style.
Splendid cut, full sizes, for ladies
Made with circular necks, some with
yokes, others without.
Trimmed with plain embroidery
edges or lace and Insertion lace and
embroidery combined beading and
The skirts are finished with hem
stitched hem and tucks, also lace
trim'd styles. Some with dust ruffles
Sizes from 30 to 42.
Drawers, Special 49c
Selling Regularly at 75c Pair
Drawers of longcloth, open or closed
styles. These drawers are modeled on
the latest patterns, Showing but lit
tle fullness around the bottom. Ruf
fles of embroidery or of hemstitched
lawn with tuckings.
$1-$r.50 Nightgowns 79c
Eight. newstyfea j Jadiesinight
gowns, made' of a fine quality long
cloth. They have round, square and
V-shape necks. t (
The "V" high neck styles have
yokes of embroidery, tucks' and inser
tions, or "embroidery and torchon lace
The slipover styles are made with
kimono sleeves or set-in sleeves, and
trimmed in torchon or Val. laces and
insertions drawn with ribbons. Some
made with fancy puff or flowing
- Long anc Short
$1.25 Tailored 7 Q
Chamois Gloves. yC
Woman's one-pearl-button tailored chamois
gbves with Paris point back and prix seams.
In natural shade only.
$2.75 full 16-button
- hutton leneth auede kid cloves. This
complete assortment of sizes or colors,
but consists of a cleanup of all our regular $2.75
suede gloves. . In light blue, pink, nile green
and black. "'" 'v.'" v-'
One-pearl-button (T 1 1 Q
Gloves, pair. 4 . .tj) y
Women's P. X. M. seam cape gloves with
spear, point embroidered backs. One-pearl-button.
In London smoke, gray and white.
Also one-clasp pique seam walking gloves
with Paris point embroidered backs. In tan,
gray, mode, white and black.
r.ii'cr.tlr? tv.e lr.sutts put t" th-n hy
the men and boys of Boston, the IhrHlsh
troops protected themselves 6.;,ih;st the
chartre of the Indignant Boston men.
cf rleril Oniy.
Princess Slips 98c
'$1.50 and $ 1.6b
Nightgowns, Spec'l 96c
Night gowns shown In - many
styles. Round or square necks, or
slipover styles with kimono or set
in sleeves. , Some have yokes of
embroidery and lace insertions
others with embroidery edge and
tucks also torchon lace trim
mings. Beading and ribbon.
' Special $1.39
Regular Price $1.75
Percale house dresses in three
Two models show the sailor col
lar trimmed with plain chambray
bandings round neck and short
sleeves. The skirts are gored and
inverted pleat in back.
In navy and white cadet and
white or lavender and . blue and
white stripe and ring designs.
The other styles show a very
pretty round collar and fancy side
finish, round neck with, small dicky,
short sleeves and turnback cuffs.
Trimemd with pearl buttons. The
skirt is made with panel back. In
black and white or light blue and -white
stripe and figured patterns.
Sizes 34 to 42. ...
$42.30 - Los Angeles
Rodeo-Wild West Roundup
": TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1912.
Tickets on sale March 5) with going limit March 8 ; final
return limit. March 31. - Three through trains to San Fran
"cfsco daily, including Shasta Limited, which connects with
, the "Owl" at Port Costa.
Call on City Ticket Agent, Third and Washington, for
further particulars, reservations, etc.,, or address
TQHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent, ;
Portland, Oregon. .. -
When the e risks cf the I':.;' -cleared
away there were 11 fetru-..td J was !
on the ground, of whom three were j pr--at c".
killed, and eight wounded. Although th.alth.e revi
Extraordinary at $32.50
Man-tailored suits for wom
en and misses.
Tailored suits of a fine im
ported navy men's wear serge.
These suits are made by ex
pert tailors and are equal to
any $50 suit..
The jacket to this mod
el is cut in the newest
28-inch length style.
Made with deep revers
and buttons to one side,
with five pearl buttons.
Man-tailored coat sleeves.
The skirts are made in the
new side-plaited effect, with
The j a c k e t s ' are lined
throughout with, changeable
peau de cygne silk.
We wish to i impress ' upon ,
you the fact that this is a spe
cial price and that the suit is
a special style, unusually at
tractive and extremely well tai-"
lored. In fact, the opportunity
is seldom offered wherein you
can purchase a new season's
style in a perfectly plain tai
lored garment at $32.50.
Russian Balochon Blouse Coat
ThisJsJh. latest. npveltyin.women's wearing apparel A
coat that can be worn with any skirt With a summer frock,
a tailored linen skirt, cloth skirt, wear a Russian Balochon
blousejopat and you will be smartly attired.
These coats are designed of fine, soft-finish chiffon taffeta
silk in black, green and red changeable effects, as well as
plain black, navy and smoke shades. '
This season the little odd jackets will be a necessity, and
every woman should number at least one in her wardrobe.
Manhattan Shirts for Spring
You will find here the largest assortment of Manhattan
shirts in all the new , 1912 patterns. Exclusive styles.
and Return - $42.30
50c Down 50c We
Sale of Lingerie Blouses
New Spring Styles at $2.35
This special showing of lingerie blouses
at $2.35 readily illustrates to you what at
tractive waists we offer at low prices.
The model illustrated is made of sheer
null, handsomely embroidered and trimmed
vith fine Valenciennes laces and insertions.
Some have long sleeves and others with
'ree-quarter or elbow length sleeves. Fin-,
ished with lace or ruffled cuffs.
One-Piece Dresses $ 1 5
The Empire Style
These very attractive dresses are of fine
Imported .French and English serge in a va
riety of new Spring styles. Some are trimmed
with velvet, others with satin and braid. They
come in navy, brown, black and Copenhagen.
Btjins Re : .v -"