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THE OREGON DAIIY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1914.
NUMBER OF PRECINCTS
IN MULTNOMAH HAS
INCREASED TO 326
City of Portland Has 293 and
Outside Districts in Coun
ty Have 33,
LIST IS NOW MADE PUBLIC
Office Olvss Oat List of Foll-
riten That Will Be used
TTnder the 1914 subdivision of Mult
nomah county Into electoral districts
the location of polling places for Fri
day' primary election has Just been
made public by the sheriff's office.
Mdltnomah now has 328 precincts.
Numbers 1 to 293 inclusive are within
the corporate limits of Portland, 294
, to 299 inclusive are in St. Johns and
the remainder are located in the coun-
1 try districts of the county.
Voters who are in doubt as to the
number of their precinct may learn the
came by Inquiry at the county clerk
office. The polls will be open Friday
rrom a. m. to 8 p. m.
The list of polling places:
1 A u. Carton, (trage, Ttjurman, between
Tbtrty-aond anil Thirtv-thtrd atreeta.
2 Terrace Ormrj, aouthweat corner Twen
17-eisntn ana Ihurman atreeta.
-W3 L'pabur atreet, corner Twenty-fifth.
noninweai corner I wenty-nrts and Tnur
man streeta, frorery atora.
ft-r-BnlldlnaT. end of Twenty-fourth on Nico
la I tret.
Building. 852 North Twenty-third atrtet,
ar flavter atreet.
I Carpenter abop, S87 Wllaon atreet, be
tween Twtnty-firat and Twenty-aecond 8ta.
-MS -"rman atreet, between Twentieth
and Twenty-flrat atreeta.
fl 37 North Seventeenth atreet, between
Barter and Tbonnan atreeta.
108(10 OUaan atreet, between Fifth and
II Dodfe Manufacturing company, aoutbeaat
rorntr fourteenth and Lovejoy atreeta.
13 247 North Seventeenth atreet, between
Maraball and Northrup.
18200 North Twenty-flrat atreet, between
Overton and Pettysrove atreeta.
14 781 Northrop atreet, northeaat corner
IB BIU Military Academy, 721 Marahall
10 Kqg-ine No. 17, Twenty-foarth and John
IT Cleaning Shop, 171 North Twenty-flrat.
between Irvlns and Johnaon atreeta.
15 Irvln Tailors, 13.1 North Twenty-third
treet, between Hoyt and Irving atreeta.
lf B. Hoch arase. Twenty-third street,
between Hoyt and lrvlnir atreeta.
to J. M. Acheaon Co.. 131 North Twenty
flrat atreet. between Hoyt and Ollaan atreeta.
11 Fleher - Thoraen garage. Twenty-flrat
Street, between Kearney and Lovejoy atreeta.
23 WA Ollaan atreet, near Twenty-flrat.
23-LIater'a grocery. Seventeenth and Irvine
24 Portland Van A Storage company, nortb-
S Corbett Oarage, northwest eorner Stead
way and Columbia atreeta. ' '
9 Church baeeuent. southeast eorner West
Park and efferaon atreeta.
70 Northwest corner Twelfth and Market
71 Mrs. Campbell's GaTrage, Jefferaon, be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth atreeta.
72 Carpenter ahop, 4X8 Mill atreet, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth atreeta.
73 MS Jefferaon atreet. between Seven
teenth and Chapman atreeta.
74 Garage back of 566 Market street. Ba
tween Chapman and Nineteenth atreeta.
73 Engine No. 18. - Lowjiadale and Mont
78 Northweat eorner Tenth and Harrison.
395 Tenth street.
77 Ott a grocery, back room, northweat
eorner Sixth and. College streets.
78 Oarage. 429 Fifth atreet, betweea Hall
and College streets.
79 Engine No. 4 Fourth street, betweea
Mill and Montgomery.
m oil Front street.
81 423 First atreet. near Hall atreet.
82 Northweat corner First and Sherman
atreeta, Cottel Drng company.
83 Grocery northeaat corner Sixth and Lin
84 .Monroe's Oarage, northwest corner West
Park and College atreeta.
85 Garase. 554 Seventh atreet. corner Lin-
841 Lamberts. 518 Twentieth street, near
87 Engine No. lb. Twentieth and spring
88 W. J. Patton's old house. Talbot and
Pat ton Roada.
Hit U7 First street, between Sberidaa sad
lo New Falling school, Porter atreet, neat
81County etore room. Third and Hooker
93478 Gibbs atreet, corner Eleventh atreet,
Mra. Potter's baaement.
93 Northweat corner Front and Whlteker
94 863 Corbett street.
851050 Corbett afreet.
Wt Southeast corner Corbett and Seymour
7 Third and Mllea atreeta.
OH 15B5 Macadam Road.
99 Northeast corner Eleventh sad Marina
100 Back room. 1748 Xaat Thirteenth atreet,
between Marlon and Clatsop atreeta.
101 1809 East Thirteenth atreet. between
Umatilla -and Tenlno streets.
102 R. M. Gatewood. real eatate office,
Umatilla, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
103 Sell wood T. M. C. A., Fifteenth snd
104 Htrahlman'a ball. Thirteenth and Spo
kane avenue. .
105 Southeast corner Mllwaukls and Bybee
106 Midway Dose bouse, MUwankia ana
107 Building. South avenue, , near tu-
108 club house corner entries ana enemy
atreeta, Berkeley. - .
109 4426 Sixtieth street, between ronj-
fourth and Forty-fifth avenues.
110 B913 Eaat Forty-lxth atreet. between
Fifty-nintli and Sixtieth avenues.
j 11 1224 Holgnte street, between Fortieth
and Forty-first streets.
112 5010 Forty-first uouineaai. Between
Fiftieth snd Fifty-second atreeta.
1135630 Sixtieth avenue noutnsast. De-
tween Flfty-slxtb snd Fifty-seventh atreete.
lard avenue station.
114 7134 Fifty-fifth avenue Southeast, Mil-
west eorner Fifteenth and Kearney atreeta
20 100 North Eighteenth atreet, betweea
Flanders and OUaan atreeta.
26 Patterson's Furniture Hospital, south
west eorner Fourteenth and OUaan atreeta.
27 91 Broadway atreet, between Everett
and Flandera street.
2 8.1 North Second atreet, between Davis
and Everett streets.
29 310 Everett street, between Sixth and
80 409 Burnalds street, between Ninth and
81 Armory. Eleventh atreet entrance.
US Speedwell Motor company, southwest
corner Fourteenth and Couch atreeta.
33 808 Washington street, between Nine
teenth and Trinity.
84 Dulmage Auto company. 48 North Twen
tieth street, between Waahlngtoa and Everett
35 fl North Twenty-third atreet, between
Washington and Everett streets.
88 229 Cornell Road. Scott'a Garage, oppo
site end of Marahall atreet.
87 438 Stark street, between Eleventh and
38 Tailor sliop. 412 Stark street, between
Tenth snd Eleventh streets.
39 62 Sixth street, southeast eorner Pine
40 F.ngin No. 21. Second and Oak streets.
41 -87 Fifth street, betweea Stark and Oak
42 No. 144 Fourth street, between Morri
Mn snd Aider streets.
43 -315 Morrison street, between Park and
West Park streets.
44 Portland Creamery company, 452 Wash-
Incton street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth
4.' 4it Washington street, between Four
teenth snd Fifteenth streets.
48 4fl Washington street, between Twen
tieth snd Ells streets.
47 Club house, 809 Jefferson street, corner
48 782 Washington atreet. between Ford
49 Old handball conrt. Sixteenth street, be
tween Yamhill snd Taylor streets.
.V 171 Eleventh street, between Morrison
and Yamhill streets.
M Mssonlc building. West Park and Tin
52 Y. M. C. A., northwest corner Sixth and
53 Engine No. 1, Fourth street, between
Morrison snd Yamhill streets. ,
54 242 Salmon atreet, between Second and
55 East entrance courthouse.
58204 Broadway, between Taylor and Sal
57 Northeaat corner Thirteenth and Main
58 The Msttlngly. 289 Fourteenth.
!W Office, Kramer Riding Aixademy, north
west corner Sixteenth and Jefferson streets.
80 425H Jefferson street, between Elev
enth and Twelfth streets.
81 Tenth street entrance Ladd school. Tenth
and Jefferson streets.
2 City hall. Fourth street entrance.
83 254 Third atreet. corner Madison street.
84 312 Second street, between Columbia and
85 347 Flrat atreet. between Market and
88 Store. Hotel Cadillac. Third street, be
tween Jefferson snd Colombia afreets.
67 Northwest eorner Fourth and Clay atreeta.
115 woodmere hall. Woodmere station,
lis Gsrsee Fiftieth avenue, between Sev
enty-third and Seventy-fourth atreeta.
117 Green residence southeast corner sev
enty-fourth snd Powell atreeta.
118 Keal easts ornce ursy a ramrnn i
compsnv, Gray'a Croaslng.
119 Building second avenue ana mi. octh
car line, Lents. .
120 Coffmsn's gsrage. south Main strvei.
121 Mt. Scott KHntins company uunuin,
North Main atreet, I-ents.
122 Grangs halt Lenta.
128 Engine No. 81. Sixty-seventh sad Forty-sixth
avenue Southeast. .
124 3909 Eaat Seventieth street, between
Fortieth and Tblrty-scventh avenues.
125 W. O. W. ball. Sixty-fifth, between
Forty-fifth s venue snd Foster Road.
128 Lsurelwood 'M. E. church. Forty-second
snd Forty-third avenues, on Sixty-third atreet.
127 Old South Mt. Tabor school. Sixty-fifth
snd Dsvtslon atreeta.
129 8538 Foster Road, between Fifty-fourth
snd Fifty -sixth avenues.
130 Mitchelltree real estate office. Archer
Pise. . ,
1H1 Northeaat corner Fifty-second snd
Forty-sixth avenues Southeast.
132 Smith Bros',
138 row lea
grocery, ltueta and roweu
streets. . ... . .
134 Hsll. southeast corner Forty-third and
Division strets. .
186 Richmond gsrage, southeast corner
Thirty-seventh end Division streets.
186 Engine 25. Frances and Greenwood
137 Northweat corner 'i-wentx-nintn ana
Gladstone svenuet. ... .
138 663 Esat Twenty-iirsv street.
Powell. , , . . ,
139 Clinton Kelly Manual Training tchool.
140 Metcalf grocery, southeast corner Thirty-third
snd Division streets.
141 809 Clinton street, between Twenty
fifth and Twenty-sixth atreeta.
142 713 Clinton street, between Twentieth
and Twenrv-flrat atreeta.
143 612 Mtlwaukle. eorner Cole.
144 Back room northeast corner Mllwaukls
slid Rhine streets.
148 Southwest corner Mllwaukls and Bla
146 Krooklvn hotel office, Grsnd avenne
and Division atreeta.
147 405 East 8lxth street, between Grsnt
sad Lincoln streets.
14H Engine ia. .aai nmoin, ii-jttu
Stephens snd Harrison streets.
149. urana avenue, wmccu .nai&vi muu
Mill streets. . . , ...
150 Evangelical churcn. East onreraui auu
Maple streets. .
151989 Division street, neiween imrir-wc-
ond and Thirty-third streets.
1R2 Winter's carsge. e.sx
street, south of Hawthorne avenue.
153 1024 Hawtborne avenue, between Thirty-fourth
and Thirty-fifth atreeta
134 OWt B.aSl. 1 iinij-uiaiu ...r..,
Lincoln and Grant streeta.
l.vs -1 lf4 Hawrnorne uraui, w.-
16S I toot dt wwinwtii R'HC' i,-im..
and Hawthorne svenue. . .
187 1408 Hswmorne "r-n uv, v-ccu "
tieth and Fifty-first streets.
158248 Grand avenue, near Madison street.
139 15314 Grand svenne. between Belmont
snd Morrison streets.
inAi4ai,, Grand svenue, between
snd Morrison streets.
161 Southwest corner Grsnd svenue
Eaat Stark streets.
162 Hall, southeast
Esst Oak strets.
163 Eaat Side Library.
164 Frances at Kadderly garage
171 Belmont Cleaners,
and East Yamhill.
, 17 Northwest corner
and' East Stark streets. -
1731018 Belmont street, betweea
third stiH Tli frtvf mirth streets.
174205 East Thirty-fourth street, between
Eaat Taylor and Esst Salmon streets.
178 Garase Eaat Twenty-eientu. oerween
East Main and Eaat Madison streets.
178 Store southwest corner Thirty-eevenin
snd Esst Madlaoa streets. . .
177 Fire house, East TDirty-rutn ana net-
178 1039 Belmont street, between icaei
Thirty-fourth and Eaat Thirty-fifth streets.
179 148 East Thlrty-nlntn so-rer,
Belmont snd Esst Stark streets.
ISO Building East Forty-third snd Eaat
181 Gsrsge Esst side Belmont, opposite
Cast Forty-sixth street.
182 Northwest eorner Forty-fifth snd Bel
mont streets. '
193 Garase East Madison, between Esst
Fifty-first and Fifty-aecood streets.
164 W. O. W. baU. Esst Sixtieth snd Mor
186 Southwest corner 8ixty-nlnth snd Bel
1W 1U4 East Stark streetr between Seven
trlhth and least Eightieth streets.
187Sonthwest comer East Eighty-first and
East Stark streets.
188 Engine No. 27, Eaat Eighty-second snd
Eaat Burnxide atreets.
1S9 lUHiJ'A Kaat Wtars atreet. oeiween r.ai
Seventy-nlntb and East Eightieth streets.
190 Southwest corner test mgnueiu suu
Eaat Glisan atreeta.
191 Northeast corner xst seveniy-iouriu
and East Glisan streets.
192 Northwest corner East Eightieth and
East GUsaa streets. " , . .
193 Basement Jonesmore school. Eighty
first and Tillamook streeta.
194 Jenka real estate office, Slxty-aeventh
and Ssndy boulevard. . , .
195 Congregational Sunday school. East
Glisan, between East Sixtieth and Sixty-first.
196 1772 East Glisan street, southwest cor
ner East Sixty-ninth and East Glisan streets.
197 15S0 hast Ollaan street, between East
Sixtieth and East Sixty-first streets.
193 s mtheast corner Kant Forty-seventh
snd Esst Glisan streets.
199 Northwest corner Fifty-second snd
Esst Glisan streets.
200 Kuelne No. 28. East Fifty-sixth and
201 Vincent block, Sandy boulevard, be
tween Esst Forty-second snd Forty-third Sts.
202 West end Laurelhurst office. East Thirty-ninth
snd Esat Glisan streets.
203 869 Sandy boulevard, between East
Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth atreets.
204 42 East Twenty-eighth street North,
between East Conch snd Eart Davis street.
' 208 244 East Twenty-eighth? street, near
East Ankeny atreet.
206 Bltts real estate office. East Twenty
eighth and Eaat Davis atreets.
207 Nealuod's garage, northwest corner
Eaat Twenty-aecond snd East Ankeny streeta.
MOS 6o2Esat Burnside street, between East
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streuts.
ojo i!in 574 East Couch street, be
tween East Thirteenth and Fourteenth atreets
210 Wire worss, nortneaat curucr
T.nth .nil Flanders streets.
21 1 air rssr minmuc "ui
East Tenth and Eleventh streets.
212 Kutldlnar southvest corner East Sixth
and East Burnside streets.
213 Osborne hotel ouuaing, urana iraiuc
snd East Ash streeta.
214 Southweat corner union avenne snu
East Davis streets. . .
215 Garaee. 737 Sandy boulevard, between
Twenty-flrat and Twenty-second streeta.
between Multnomah and Orecon streets.
217 Nlcslals garage, iiassaio,
Klnth t,H Tenth streets.
218 Enzine No. 13. northwest corner Grand
svenne and Multnomah streets.
210 Portland Taxlcab company, union ave
nue and Holladay.
220247 Holladay, near larraoee.
i iTitli. l-lust Rroariwav. east end orln
222 House northeast corner Broadway and
Larrabee. M M
223 Northeast corner wneeier ana urimu
way. 224 Church drug atore, southwest eorne
TTfiifm itnii and Broadway.
225 586 Broadway, between East Fourteenth
vmmt irtftnth. afreets.
V2H Mc Monies r erase. Esst Seventeenth,
k.mn Bnhnvler and Hancock streets
227 Vsrsteee'a earaee. 694 Broadway, neaTl
22R Garaare. Eaat Twenty-second, between
IMll.mAnb mnA ThomnSOn BtfeetS.
229 Engine No. 18. East Twenty-fourth
atreet. between Tillamook and Thompson
230 Garase. 1209 Sandy boulevard, between
Vrtrtv. flrat and Kortv-aeioml streets
231 snn F.ast Fifty-seventh street North
Sandy boulevard and Stanton streets.
232 Anderson building, northwest
riftv-asonnri a rid Kandv boulevard.
233 O corse Plrte aarage. aouthweat eorner
Fort v-f! rat. and Knott streets.
284 Real eatate office northeast cornel
TSrnntv-fnurth and Knott streets.
235 Real esate office northeast corner Six
teenth and Brasee atreets.
231 Manual Training building Irvington
237578 Union avenue North, southeast eor-
n . Crth.m anit TTninn.
238 Bleed's gnrKe. southwest corner Tenth
and THnmnarm atreeta.
439 490V Cuion avenue North, between
Kaornmento and Brasee.
240 Southwest corner Union avenue and
241292 Russell street, between Wllliama
. k .I Rnln.v avenues.
242 562 Williams avenue, between Knott
Graham. . .
243 702 Wllliama avenue, between Cook
244 Southweat corner Williams avenue and
Fremont street. ...
245 fl47 Williams svenne, between Morris
snd Monroe strets.
246 228 Russell street, between Flint snd
Gantenbeln streets. ,
247 136 Russell street, between Berth wick
248 137 Russell street, between Bortbwick
snd Albina. . .
249 681 Mississippi svenue, between Cook
250 861 Maryland, betweea Shsver snd
231 Orklev Green Evangelical church. Wil
lamette boulevard and Gay atreet.
232 78 Killingsworth svenue. between Mis
souri snd Esst Michigan.
253 Lstham'a real esate office. Skidmore,
between Mississippi and Michigan.
254 MississlDM avenue hall. 795 U Missis.
sissippi avenue, between Beach and Failing.
263 772 MlssissinDi avenne. between Beach
snd Fremont streets.
256 845 Williams svenne. between Shaver
zai 9ii Williams svenue. between Skid-
more and Mason.
A8 1130 Albina avenue, corner Brainard.
259 Wood s carpenter shop, 860 Williams
svenne. between Shaver and Mason.
260 949 Union svenue North, opposite Pres-cott.
2tt fee-1035 Union svenue, between Wygant
2 822 Union arenas, between Failing? and
:ttM Seller's confectionery, Union svenue snd
2o4 998 Union avenue North, between Wy
gant and Going streets.
265 McGutre's real estate office. Sixteenth
and Prescott streets.
266 654 Alberta, between Seventeenth and
itff T36 Alberta, between Twenty-first and
268 Real estate office East Twenty-ninth J
street, between Mason and Duntly. i
269 Mrs. Orittith s garage Thirty-third
270 Northeast corner Twen tv-seventh and
Alberta, Mat hew real estate office.
271 Northwest corner Sixteenth and Kill
ingsworth. Corroll'a garage.
272 691 Alberta, between Nineteenth and
27.1 fin Bhoo. 555 Alberta at rear heta'een
Twelfth and Thirteenth streeta.
274 Northeaat corner Union avenue and
Sumner atreet. Piedmont garage.
- Church street, between Union avenue
and Seventh streets. Swan's real esate office.
its 444 Dtiuru. between Seventh snd
277 555 Dektun between Morse and Winona.
278 Woodlawn fire house. Dektim snd Dur
279 Woodlawn school. 1'ni.m. between De-
kum and Bryant.
2&o Residence 1159 Rodney, corner Kill
281 Northeast corner Kill nssworth and Al
bina avenue, chocolate ahop.
282 Northeast corner Killingsworth and
zs.i Kenton club Russell, between Pstton
avenue and Fenwick.
2S4 Kenwood hotel. Kenton. Kllnattick. be
tween Derby and Brandon.
W4o Arbor lwle fire hall. Portland boule
vard, between Greeley and Burrage atreeta.
28i KHlinraworth and Gav. 14:1 West Kill
7 Yygonskl real estate office. Greeley
street, between Ainsworth and Holman.
288 1587 Peninsuls svenue. betweea Lom
bard and Russett.
89 463 Lombard, between Wabash and
290 Lombard, between Flak and Olm. Sun
day school tenthouse.
ati 80 Lombard street, between Stockton
292 Fire hall. Stanford, between Bowdin
293 Glass Bros', real estate office, between
Gloucester and Portsmouth.
St. Johns Preeinets.
2T4 Jersey and . Richmond streets.
295 City hsll.
298 210 Catlin street.
298 First Trust ft Savings bank.
209 Exchanee building. (Packlnr plant,
300 Columbia (Laurelhurst).
302 North Kelly Butte.
303 South Kelly Bute.
304 Mount 8cott.
308 South Greshsm.
300 North Gresham.
311 Powell Valley.
313 Bridal Veil.
316 Sauvie's Island.
321 Mt. 'Ann.
324 West Portland.
326 Woodstock (Brentwood).
"Shepherd Will Get
Tormer Conrrajsamsva : from 'Waabiatr
ton Folate Out Heed af Deep Channel
from Portland to Beau
"Eight years ago when George Shep
herd began his fight for 'Deep Water
to the Sea' he was not taken ser
iously," said W. W. McCredie, ex-congressman
from the state of Washing
ton. "However, during my term in
congress, he convinced me of the ser
iousness of the situation and I under
took to assist in the fight. You know
the result. When up for re-election.
all the river counties stood by me loy
ally, but a bitter fight was waged
from Puget sound, the papers referred
to me as Congressman McCredie of
Portland, and my lead was overcome.
All thia because I enlisted in the cause
The International Brotherhood of
Leather Workers has begun a cam
paign for the organization of Canada.
of dees' water on the Columbia river
"Portland Is now my home town, and
aa deep water made Seattle and San
Francisco great seaports, it will make
Portland if we get It We must send
a real fighter to congress and I know
Shepherd will get results If we eend
him. I have known Mm for 25 years,
in fact, he studied law In my office.
Ue is especially equipped for thia of
fice, and having exact Information and
data at hand, he could lead the fight
at once. The great fight comes before
the United States engineers at Wash
ington, next before the committee and
then on the floor of the house. In any
of these steps, a congressman must be
ready to meet the opposition right off
the bat. If he fails, the game is lost.
The people will make a mistake if they
don't send Shepherd to congress."
ROYAL ROSARJANS MEET
be held next Monday noon at the
Rosarian room' of the Portland Com
mercial club. Luncheon will be se-ved
and the knights will be told exactl.y
what Is to be expected of them during
the Rose Festival. The Rosariana will
meet next Wednesday at the club
rooms at 11:30, don their uniforms and
proceed in a body to the Ad club.
Royal Rosarians have been
to attend a general meeting to
corner Eleventh snd
snd Hawthorne avenue. ,
165 Northeast corner East Seventeenth and
Eaat Madison streets.
168 St. David Parish house. Esst Morrison.
between Twelfth snd Thirteenth.
187 stark street sntrsnce Wsshlngton nigh
C68-181 Eaat Eighteenth street, between
East Morrison and Eaat Alder atreets.
108 148 Esat Twentieth street, corner East
170 Barnea building, .northeaat corner East
Twentieth snd Hawthorn a svenue.
The best qualified man
present Attorney General.
Everybody says he is the log
ical man for the office.
Dept. No. 2
will conduct ths court as a poor
man's court, as originally intended to
be, avoiding- the necessity for another
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
EEHIKBES when you vote to
morrow, that he is the one
man who has declared for Na
tional and State abolishment
of the saloons, and National
UHEHBSB that for 12 years
while in the State Senate, he
worked continuously for Wo
man Suffrage and at all times
since, until it was adopted.
KEBCEMBEK that he Is opposed
to flooding this country with
Asiatics, Hindus and other
MMEMBEK, that if he is Gov
ernor, he will not use, nor per
mit to be used, t the State
Srlitia at the bid of any self
BEMEMSES that he 1-. In favor
of abolishing all useless com
missions, and will stand for
low taxes and an economic ad
ministration, and a square
BEICEHBIB that while in the
.Senate in 1901, he put through
the Senate and made the
speech for the Initiative and
Referendum Resolution to
amend the Constitution of the
State of Oregon, under which
has come our Primary law,
Statement No. 1 and other re
form legislation. See Senate
Journal 1901, Pages 45-48.
BEUEHBIB that all labor legis
lation passed by the legisla
ture of Oregon, between ths
years 1894 and 1905, received
his affirmative vote.
THE WORD IS PASSED!
Did You Get It?
FOLLOW YOUR TICKET
FRED A. FRISCHKORN, R
j (Paid Advertisement.)
VOTE X 123
BEMEMBEB that he Is the one
candidate in the Republican
Primary, who believes that
the home is of more Import
ance to a greater Oregon, than
BEMEMBEB that no association,
clique or combination of men
or special interests have any
strings on this man, and above
all. remember that he Is not
afraid of his shadow and what
he believes to be right he has
the courage to stand up and
REMEMBER That He Will En
force Rigidly All the Laws
SOME REASONS WHY
107x ARCHIE F. LEONARD 107x
The Non-Partisan League indorses the
following as the candidates best qualified
to fill the offices for which they are seek
ing the nomination:
Should Receive the Republican Nomination for
AmCKTI T. X.S0KAXD
4J He has been trained for the office, and, judged by any stand
ard of experience, ability, moral character and all-around quali
fications, is exceptionally fitted for continuing in the profession
he has mastered.
1 He served six years under three administrations in the office
of Chief of Police of Portland.
J He served years as chief field deputy in the Sheriff's office
under Robert L. Stevens, leaving an enviable record in both
tj He further equipped himself for the office he seeks by a course
at the University of Oregon Law School, being admitted to the
bar in 1906.
3 He is pledged to a flat salary without extra emoluments.
IHe had the moral courage to decline to make his nomination
certain, unanimous and inexpensive when he refused to use the
patronage of the office in payment for promised freedom from
J For these reasons, the support of all friends of good govern
ment, who favor the election of men thoroughly qualified for
the office they seek, is respectfully solicited.
; Paid Adv.)
Third Congressional District,
C. N.'Mc ARTHUR, Rep.
A. F. FLEGEL, Dem.
Justice of the Supreme Court,
HENRY L. BENSON
LAWRENCE T.. HARRIS
THOMAS A. McBRIDE
CHARLES L. McNARY
GEORGE M. BROWN
FRANK J. MILLER
Circuit Court Judge
C. U. GANTENBEIN
G. W. STAPLETON
JOS. W. BEVERIDGE
S. B. COBB
H. A. DARNALL
FREDERICK M. DeNEFFE
FORREST S. FISHER
R. W. GILL
OSCAR W. HORNE
S. B. HUSTON
D. C. LEWIS
E. V. LITTLEFIELD
CONRAD P. OLSON
ANDREW C. SMITH
LLOYD J. WENTWORTH
RUFUS C. HOLMAN
T. J. KRUEDER
G. N. ORTON
JOHN B. SCHAEFER
In making the foregoing indorsements we have refrained from mentioning candi
dates where the number of candidates is less than the number of vacancies, or where
there is only one candidate for an office. We have also refrained from making rec
ommendations for many offices for the reason that we were unable to obtain sufficient
information in regard to the candidates for such offices.
We have endeavored to recommend candidates who appeared, after investigation,
to be the ones BEST QUALIFIED to fill such offices. Our failure to recommend
any candidate does not imply any reflection on his integrity or standing.
THE NON-PARTISAN LEAGUE
FLETCHER LINN, President.
A. C CALL AN, x Secretary.
GEORGE C. MASON, Manage.
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FRED S. WILHELM
Candidate for Xepubllcan affomisatloa
Rufus C. Holman
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C. N. McArthur
EPUBtlCAW PatlMAatXXS. rmzoAT,
of Multnomah County
Zmprovsd methods In tszstion, bnsl-nsss-liks
methods of ezpsndlnV toe
county monsy. with oonnty s-ffaUrs
opsn for lnspsctlon at all timss and to
all people, and ths npbnildinf' of ths
road system of the county. (Paid Adv.)
"Less Delay, Less Technicality,
and More Justice in Our Courts."
T. J. CLEETON
Circuit Judf) for Multnomah
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Candidate for the Republican Nom
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
r not forst that th 8uprem Bnrh
of Oraton la ompoil nf arrn m-mliera:
four of the cvpii plarm art to be filled
at tbs fort boom Ire lHon. afnltanmah
Tonnty la n.t ronrMntxl on the 8aprro
kocji. Jnage iwlon ta ib only ani1)
tilf tor tbp Supreme Benrb from Mult
Do not forrt that Jndce f1ton closed
ths bridges, thereby (Ivlnc to those who
naa to crona ine DnoiM aurmg tne baay
Esrt of the day cloeed perloda for three
alf heura each, t&orntns and eveninr.
Remember. ala. ttrat he upheld the
mimtnom wacrs law, and declared the tax
penalty law Invalid. (Paid Adv.)
Clifton N. MrArtliur. who made
such an excellent record as speaker
of the house at the last legislative
session, in a catnnuiate tor con Kress
in the Third District with a gooU
chance of being the next oongressin-,
si representative from Portland. He'
is a staunch Republican; talented,
and has given full demonstration at
celiiR a man or his word and faithful
to the letter- to the. people's Interests.
Addea to nis many enviable- qualifica
tions is his well known common
sense. His platform should appeal to
every voter of Portland, and the Jarce
majority s.iouia unneuat ingiy Kiva
him their support, for Oregon needs
man of his caliber and impressions In
congress. Wood burn 1 ndependent.
Those who have been closely asao.
elated with Mr. McArthur know him
to be a man absolutely fair ami
square in all hiw dealing", political or
otherwise. The fact tltat he has filled
the chair ofvspeaker of the Oregon
legislature for two terms and come
out stronger umi more aighly re
spected each time. In proof that he Is
a man whom the people ran trust In
the conduct of their business. If
more men of this clans were elected
to office there would be n higher
rtspect for our public officials.
Klamath Falls Herald.
While McArthur Is a young man,
h Is recognized u one of the ablest
n.fn of public affairs in the. state. la
has. occupied positions of trut end
responsibility wlt.i credit to the state
Bnd honor to hltnolf. He is thor
oughly familiar with the needs of the
Third District and the entire state.
St. Helens Mist.
Mr. McArthur is a man with a
record of capable accomplishment. By
dint of hard work, hacked by ability
and political sense, be lias won h la
wny to a leading position in state
legislative affairs. An able lawyer,
! hi.x experience, political and profes
i n;onal. has brought him In close con-
tact with general conditions through
out the state. Bend Bulletin. .
McArthur lias a good idea of af
fairs In the state, is honest in his.
intention, capable . f muking a con
gressman of worth to the dinrrict anJ
to the nation. la Grande Observer.
WM. P. LORD
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! Attorney General :
I Wm. P. Lord announces hie candi
dacy for this office on- a definite plat -
; form, on something that means some-1
thing to the people of the stats Among
other things, he pledges, himself t
enforce the public rights in water-
fronts and tide-lands; to. proseiruTS
suits, to regain vast tracts of publ!
land, wrested from the people, an1 to;
protect the rights of settlers on arid
Mr. Iord further pledges himself o
keep the office open at all times to
liiej peu);iff aiiiu itraiHiaii.ora) aiiiKef- (9
furnish every assistance In formula'.,
ing legislation for the reduction of
taxatu-rr vud the abolition of worth
less commissions and offices.
No' credit due to an officer wh-t
has done his duty, whether for ona
; year or for 18 years. He was paid to
do his duty, and if he failed to en
J force the laws he Is derelict In (lis
, Wrhat the people require of a can.
1 didate is a deflnate policy la tie
maintenance of the office, and Mr. -Lord
is a candidate who has- maJ
i pledges to the people, which be will'
! unswervingly fulfill.
(Paid Adv. by Pan K. Powers.) -
G. W. STAPLETON
- Republican Condidate for
Tourta JndlcUl District, Sept. Ho. 6
'A Non-Pa rtltan Judiciary Id Theory
E. L. Van Dresar
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Candidate for tie Xsmocratlo VomW
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