The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 24, 1914, Page 7, Image 7

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Friends of Popular Govern
r ment Strong in Desire for
Return of Supporter.
Staunch Defender of Oregon System
Wot Liked, Eowitu, By the
Or eat Corporations.
There is a Strang demand from the
frlenda of popular government in the
eastern states and from his colleagues
in the United States senate for tlm
re-election of Senator Oeorge K. Cham
berlain. Many of them have written
.letters expressing their appreciation
of the effective work Senator Cham
berlain has done in the United States
senate, and their hope that the people
of Oregon will stand by their, most
able friend.
Judson King, executive secretary of
the National Fofllar Government
league, a non-partisan organization of
Washington, I). C, which is working
for popular government throughout the
nation, points out. the valuable ser
vice Henator Chamberlain has given
in behalf of popular government. He
says that Senator Chamberlain Ja fre
quently called upon to defend the Ore
gon system at public meetings and
before state legislatures throughout
the east.
Corporations Against Direct i Actioft
"The great corporations and the
crooked politicians in all parties
says Mr. King; "are today making a
supreme effort to crush the advance
Tf direct leglnlation in every lstate tn
whlch it obtains and also to prevent
Its extension in other states. You
would be amazed to know the success
with which they are meeting. Our
league was formed to meet this in
sldlous and powerful attack and we
count Senator Chamberlain as one of
our strongest men to defend popular
government in this crisis.
" "All progressive nven in every party
B . . , 1 . i V ..1. ...... ..I i .1 . 1 . V. . .
hFft a ITnltAri KtAte'M iunator frnm Ar.
gon who would not valiantly uphold
"the 'Orego system' on every occasion
" either because he took no part in the
nn VnTiSnthv with it vnrlrtn"
Mr.. King eaysthat Senator Cham
berlain la held in the highest esteem
by -all progressive people, in all par
ties, in.' Washington and throughout
the central a'nd'eastern states.
Regular in Attendance.
"In a most -accidental way .it has
been brought to my attention that at
tacks have been -made- upon Senator
CBamberlalh . in- that kind of an intil
reft way which-should constrain vry
friend of his to be on the alert,"
writes Senator .WllW'm E. Chilton of
: West Virginia. "I- cannot reconcile
-myself to the kind of camnalgtifna
which would make an attack upon ..trie
personal character of George E. Cham
berlain," Me says he has known Senator
Chamberlain intimately. ' ever since ha
Ifiis been In the senate and has ob
served his work both in public and
Ip. private. "He has been regular in
attendance upon the. senate except in
cases where some" matter of public
duty detained him. He is painstaking,
accurate and faithful in his services
upon committees, a-nd he has gained
a position of Influence in the senate
of which any member might well, be
envious. .
Welfare of Oregon at Heart. -
"I have noted his brave fights on
every question which , affects the in-
terest and welfare of the people of
the -great west and the Pacific coast,
and when.' it comes to the estate of Ore
gon' it is always, 'the apple of his
. W-' ' ' - .
, "His prominent part in the passage
of the Alaska, bill. In homestnnd ! per i il
lation4 looking to the relief, of home
steaders, the extenstop of ttjrie to
settlers within reclamation '"brolects
for the 'payment o water rihts.rn
the appropriation for the Improvement
of rivers and harbors, from a national
standpoints for. the ;1 preservation of
the -army on . a-"strong- peace" footing
without increasing Jt; beyond its pres
ent maximum, but ,to maintain it in
a high state c-f efficiency, and In hia
support iof 'agricultural extension
work, have been' the admiration of
those-who have served with him here,
''He js." now chairman of the great
committee on military affairs, and. he
-is regarded now as one - of the" beist
posted nien tipon the questiott-s which
affect the military establishment and
the war department."
Position Means Much to Coast. .
"Inasmuch as the matters concern
ing the rivers and harbors come large
ly under' the jurisdiction of the war
department. and inasmuch as the
questions which will affect -Alaska.)
will be largely executed by the en
gineers under the war. department, the
position of Senator Chamberlain as
chairman of the military committee
will be. of inestimable value to tha
great Pacific slope and especially to
the state of Oregon, whose expanding
commerce and growing importance
upon the Pacif lo coast will develop in
the proportion that Alaska ma be developed;"-
- t
Senator Chilton points. out that Sen4
ator Chamberlain went to the senate
when there were' few Democratic mem-!
bers and obtained, committee appoint-!
merits that would likely take another,
many yeufs to secure. - - ' -fj
Senator-; Luke L,ea of Tennessee ex4
presses hl.s deep regret that there is
'nothing h-e can do to contribute to Sen4
ator' Chamberla.tnjj re-election. '
- "I-am- taking the liberty of writing
to .you this unsolicited, letter on ac
coifht of my great interest in. the re
. election of', Senator Chamberlain," hi
nays in his letter. ' - j
rw Men As Valuable. i
"Both from . party standpoint and
from patriotic motives, all of us whi
have sarved with Senator Chamberlain
here are' Keenly desirous of his re-elec-
tion. There are few men in the sen
ate who are capable of rendering and
who do render as intelligent and effi
cient public service as Senator Chami
berlain. '
"He' Is always present and always
ready and willing to give his best ef
forts to public affairs. He is chairt
,man of one of the most important
committees of the senate, and the
splendid work he did as chairman of
the military affairs committee during
the threatened war with Mexico, was
sufficient in itself ta- convince any
one how, invaluable his public services
are." ;
Henry M. Rose, assistant secretary
of the senate, and whose desk is closer
to the eat of Benator Chamberlain
man to tnat of any other senator,
pays a fine tribute to the work ot
Henator Chamberlain in a letter he
bas written to a friend.
"I. regard Mr. Chamberlain is among
the most useful, most attentive, and
most highly regarded senators," he
says. "Few are more constant i'h at
tendance. He is alert, active and pow
erful whenever any question touching
the interests of Oregon or the Pacif io
states is before congress or the de
(Continued from Page One.)
wards of the state should be allowed
to take their wives with them.
There are eight of these cottages,
housing as many families. And how glad
these veterans were to see the
senator! Many had not seen him for
several years; others who had but re
cently entered the home were there
to shake his hand for the first timn.
But their welcome was a testimonial
to the universal love .and esteem in
which the senator is held. Following
his visit to the home, the senator was
introduced to the 150 or more teachers
of Douglas county at the Lane school
for a brief talk by County Superin
tendent O. C. Brown.
"I am willing to wager," sail
the senator, "that I am the old
est teacher in the room, and
how the art of teaching has changed
since then! You teachers are fortu
nate to be teaching the young in, the
slate or Oregon, for Oregon by reason
of its political system gives added
weight to the teacher's niisslon. bur
system or government which was once
ucalied a freak requires that the people
think for themselves. The teacher,
plays an important part In that she
prepares the future voter for his du
ties of citizenship. Oregon has now
come to be recognized to be the leader
of the states of the union in the ad
vancement of political ideas and ofcher
commonwealths, instead of jeerin
are. following in her footsteps. Upon
you teacners devolves the responslbil
ity of making good citizens."
In the evening Senator Chamberlain
held an informal reception to the vot
ers of Roseburg in the lobby of the
Umpqua hotel, scores coming in to
greet him. He was guest at dinner of
County Judge Dexter Rice, chairman
or the county central committee of
Douglas county.
Wilson Administration Indorsed.
At Koseburg, as in others cities of
Oregon visited on the present tour.
the warmth of the reception accorded
10 benator Chamberlain shows how
highly he is regarded by the people of
Oregon. Douglas county with the rest
or the state is manifesting the great
est Itrferest in his campaign for re
election. The policies of Woodrow
Wilson are admired and respected on
ail sides, by men and women of every
siiaae 01 political -opinion., As one
man said yesterday, a Republican too,
"Oregon would be grossly lax in its
duty to the nation if she should fall
to return Senator Chamberlain to the
senate." And this is what the ma
jority of people think all along the
Senator Chamberlain will speak at
Cottage Grove this afternoon and at
Kugene, the stronghold of his oppo
nent, on the Republican ticket, to
night. A record-breaking audience is
anticipated In the Lane county city
(Continued from Page One.)
: .
give me a picture?" was the significant
request pf one. "He didn't put up men
to be shot, was the comment of sev
eral. "He didn't '.put up men 'to be shot."
That is a worklngman's tribute to
President Wilson's Mexican policy. Men
sho.ving trucks In the railroad freight
warehouses Know that in the event of, either with' Mexico or another
nation, it, is . the ' man who shoves
trucks who' -would "put up to be
shot.'y . .
"1 am-'k' "Republican and' a Wilson
irjan," said a man in charge of a sec
tion of .the freight handlers. .He was a
man of intelligence and few words. He
wanted a picture of the president to
take home tohis family. .-He got it,
but' The Journal representatiye got no
--Ylr-natinn fmm tVf man rf hie of'at-
Iment, "I am a Republican and a Wilson
While'in the sheds a younc man from
upstairs grasped Mr. Flegel by the arm.
VWe want to see you up in the otf Ices,"
wag the' message- t
Flegel went upstairs after having
supplied the freight handlers with their
demands.' "I stand for President . 11
Bon' ' was the announcement . to men
anil women who use pens and pencils.
-There was a -cessation of worlt while
Southern Pacific employes Holding
clerteal positions walked up tc the
counter, and secured pictures of the
"I stand for President Wilson,"
was again a winning slogan.' There
was no argument aoout .issues, no taiK
about the tariff, no objection to the
candidate's party designation... But
when Mr. Fleget" was about to leave
he was given three cheers. '
Other working people were met 1n
"other places,- some on the street and
some as they were leaving for sup
rer. Flegel's reception was the same
because he "stands for Wilson." On
the street car the candidate for con
gress had a few pictures yet undis
tributed. He saw a woman he knew" and gave
her a likeness of Woodrow Wilson. !
mat is to remind you that I stalnd
for Woodrow Wilson." said Mr. Flegel.
The car was crowded with working
men and women going home. But the
supply of Wilson pictures was too
meager. . Men and women asked for
them and gave earnest attention to
Mr. Flegel's declaration, "I stand for
that man. If you wish to aid him at
the White tfouse, vote for me for con
gress, but if you are against Wilson,
vote for any of the other candidates."
"I want the people to know first
hand where I stand," said the candi
date. "I expect to be elected and lam
determined that my election shall not
come through false pretenses. I 'am
for the man in the White House."
Beer is the combined extract of ,malt and hops
malt builds up tissue; hops, is an invigorating
tonic. '
Beer contains natural carbonic acid gas, which gives
it sparkling effervescence.
Beer contains 3K to 4 per cent of alcohol devel
oped by-natural fermentation just enough tq
preserve it.
y PhonesMain 72, A-1172
Henry Weinhard Brewery
Portland, Oregon
All votes in Tuesdays recall election.
It is expected, will be counted by 11
o'clock the same night,, according to
City Auditor. Barbur, and for that rea
son he is allowing nothing for meals
for the night judges and clerks.
The polls will be open from 8 o'clock
in the morning until 8 o'clock at night.
The pollfng places are the same as
those used by the county, and, with
precinct numbers, are as follows:
1 Croo Garage, Tbnrmas, between S2d and
2 Terrace Grocery, southwest corner 28th
nil Thorman.
3 Northwest corner 25th and Upshur.
4 Southweat corner 25th and Thurman.
9 End 24tb street on N'icolal.
6 352 North 2Sd near Karier. -
7 OH7 Wilson, between 21at and 22d.'
8 tt."5 Thurman, between 20th and 21st.
9 307 North 17th, between Savier and Thur
10 80 Broadway North, between Everett and
11 Dodge Mfg. Co.. southeast corner 14th and
Lurejoy. ,
245 North 17th, between Marshall and
290 North 21st,- between Overton and
14 B. Helmer'a Grocery, northwest corner
21st and Northnn.
15 Hill Military Academy. 821 Marshall.
17 171 North Slat street, between Irrlng and
16 Ensrlne No. 17. 24th and Johnson
18 Irring Tailors, 153 North 23d, between
uort and Irving'.
18 E. Hoch's Garage, 25d, between Hoyt and
20 Basement Harford Apartments, northwest
corner Zlst and Flanders.
21 Fisher-Thorsen Garage, 21st, between
Kearney and Loreloy.
22 668 Ullsan. near 21st.
23 Portable building. Couch school. 17th and
24 Portland Van ft Storage Co. -office, north
west corner lath and Kearney.
2o 123 North 16th. near Ullsan.
1!6 Patterson Furniture Hospital, southwest
corner 14th and Ullsan.
27 89 Broadway, between Ererett and Flan
28 05 North Second, between Paris and Ever
ett. '
29 310 Eyerett. between 6th and 6th.
30 409 Burnside, between 9th and 10th.
31 Armory. 11th street entrance.
32 Speedwell Motor' Co., southwest corner
i4tn ana iOucn.
33 603 Washington, between 19th and Trinity.
34 Dulmaee-Manlr A Mo Co.. 46 worth sutn
35 66 North 23d, between Washington and
36 229 Cornell Road, Scott's
37 133 Stark, between 11th and 12th.
38 414 Stark, corner 11th.
89 62 6th street, near Pine.
40 Engine No. 21. Second and Oak.
41 87 5th. between Stark and Oak.
42 134 2d, between Washington and Alder.
43 128 Psr, between Washington and Alder.
44 Northwest corner 10th and Alder.
43 1904 Washington, between 14th and 115th.
46 644 Washington, between 20th and Ella.
47 609 Jefferson, corner Stout.
48 782 Washington, between Ford and City
49 Garage, 16th street, between Yamhill and
50 171 11th, between Morrison and Yamhill.
51 Masonic .Temple. WTest Park and YamhiU.
52 Y. M. C. A., 6th and Taylor.
63 Engine No. 1, Fourth street, between Mor
rison and Yamhill.
54 224 M, Third, between Salmon and Main.
55 East entrance Courthouse.
56 202 Broadway, between Taylor and Sal
57 206 13th. between Taylor and Salmon,
58 The Mattingly, 269 14th, between Jeffer
son and Madison.
59 Jefferson Street Uarage office, 16th and
60 42j Jefferson, between 11th and 12th.
bl Tenth street entrance Ladd School, 10th
and Jefferson.
62 City Hall, east entrance.
254 Third, corner Madison.
t4 233 ClaV street, betweao. 1st and 2d.
63 347 First, between Mill and Market.
66 292 Third, between Jefferson and Colum
bia. 6T Northwest corner 4th and Clay.
68 Corbett's Garage, northwest corner Broad
way and Columbia.
69 Church basement, southwest corner Park
and Jefferson.
70 Northwest corner 12th and Market.
71 Mrs. Campbell's garage, Jefferson, be-
Iwwn 13th and 14th.
72 Basement northeast corner 14th and Mont
gomery. rn .v Jefferson, between 17th and Chapman.
74 Garage back of 866 Market street, be
tween Chapman ana -iwm.
75 Engine No. 16, between Lownsdale and
6 430 Harrison, between 11th and 12th.
77 White Palace Grocery, northwest corner
6th and Hall.
78 Garage 429 5th, between Hall and College.
79 Engine No. 4, Fourth street, between Mill
amd Market.
80 371 Front.
81 423 First, near Hall.
82 Northwest corner First and ' Sherman,
Cottel Drug Co.
83 Northeast corner 6th and Lincoln grocery.
84 Monroe's Garsge, northwest corner West
Park and College.
85 554 Seventh, corner Lincoln.
K(i Ijimherfs. 54S Twentieth.
87 Engine No. 15, 20th and Spring.
88 W. J. Patton's old house, Talbot
talbot and Pat-
89 667 First, between Sheridan and Arthur.
90 Falling School, Porter, near Front.
91 County store room. Third and Hopker.
92 75 Gibbs. corner ilth.
93 815 Front, corner Whittaker.
94 863 Corbett.
95 Holman School.' Corbett and Bancroft.
96 Northeast corner Corbett and Seymour.
97 Third and Miles,
ft" 1565 Macadam.
09 1695 East 13th, between Umatilla and
100 Northwest corner East 17th and Clatsop,
101 1663 East 13th. between Umatilla and
102 Gatewood real estate office, 568 Umatilla
between 13th and lath.
103 Sellwood Y. M. C. A., 15th and Spokane.
Ktruhlmsn'. Hall. 13th and Spokane.
106 Or. Cahlll's office. Mliwaukle and Bybee
106 Midway hose bouse, Mliwaukle and
South street.
IO'i 657 Beedway, near Milwaukle.
log Club bouse, corner Charles and Shelby
street, Berkeley.
109 442 1 60th avenue. S. E., between 44th
and 4otu street.
110 Woodstock M. E. church, basement, 60th
aveuue, northwest corner 44th street.
111 Southwest corner 41st and Holgate.
112 501O 41st street, S. E., between SOtU and
52d avenue.
113 5626 (Kith avenue. S. E., -between 66th
and 571b. streets.
114 ro5 72(1 street, Millard avenue Station.
il.T Woodmere Hall, Woodmere Station.
H(j Uarage, 50tn avenue, between 73d and
74th streets.
117 Own residence.
118 Office Grays Crossing Land Co., Grays
Crossing. East 74th and Powell.
119 Building Second avenue and Mount Scott
carllue. Lenta.
120 Coffmau's Uarage, South Main street,
Lents. ' ;
121 Mount Scott Printing Co. building. North
Main stn-et, Lents.
122 Grange Hall. Lents.
123 Enpiue No. 31, 67th street and 46th ave
124 Northwest corner 40th avenue and 70th
street, residence, curllne. Lenta.
125 W. O. W. Hall, East 65th, between '45U
avenue and Foster.
126 6321 45th avenue, between 63d and 64th
127 Old South Mount Tabor school. East 65th
and Division.
128 Idlemsn Real Estate office. East 60th
and Division.
129 6533 Foster, between 64th and 66th
130 6020 Foster Road, Stewarts Station.
131 4533 62d, between 45tb and 46th avenues.
132 Creston school, Powell, near East 4Stb.
133 Fowles Grocery, 3421 East 60th street.
e. E.. near Powell.
134 Hall, southwest corner East 43d and
Division. .
136 Richmond Garage,' southeast corner East
iwth and Division.
136 Engine No. 25, France and Greenwood
137 Northwest corner East 29th and Glad
138 653 East 21st, near Powell.
139 Clinton Kelly Manual Training , school.
Eaat 28tb and Franklin.
140 Metoalf Grocery, southeast corner East
33d and Division.
141809 Clinton, between 25th and 26th.
142 its Clinton, between East 20tn ana feast
21st. -
143 613 Milwaukle, corner Cole.
144 Back room. 694 Milwaukle.
145 Southwest corner Milwaukle and Bismark
146 Brooklyn hotel office. Grand avenue and
147 loo East 6th
between Eaat Grant and
East Lincoln.
148 Engine No. 23, East 7th, between Steph
ens and East xiarnaon.
149 327 Grand avenue, between Market and
ISO Evangelical church. East 16th and Pop
lar. 151 989 Division, between East 33d and 34th.
152 Secidence, 296 East 32d, between Haw
thorne and East Market.
153 1024 Hawthorne, ueteen East 34th and
East 35th
154 399 East 39th. between Eas. Grait and
Eaat Lincoln
155 1104 Hawthorne, between 37th and 38th.
156 Lewthwaite Garage, Hawthorne and East
4tn street.
1571406 Hawthorne, between 60th and 51st
158 245 Grand avenue, between East Main
and East Madison
159 153 V, Grand avenue, between East Mor
rison and Belmont.
160 104 Grand avenue, between East Alder
and East Washington.
161 Southwest corner Grand avenue and East
162- Southeast corner East 7th and East Pine.
163 East Side Library. East 11th and East
K 4 Frances ft Kadderly Garage. Bast 13th
and Hawthorne.
166 Northeast corner East 17th and East
Madison, basement.
166 Davies Garage, East 14th. between Bel
mont and East Morrison.
167 Stark street, entrance Washington high
168 695 East Morrison, corner East 201 h.
169 146 East 20th, corner East Morrison. 1
170 Barnes building, northeast corner East '
20th and Hawthorne. .
171 Belmont Cleaners, East 29th, between
Belmont and Yamhill.
172 Northwest corner .East 29th and East .
173 1013 Belmont, between East 33d and
174 Southeast corner East 33d and Belmont.
175 Garage, East 28th, between East Maia
and East Madison.
176 261 East 37th, corner East Madison.
177 Engine House, East 36th and Belmont,
17b 1039 Belmont, between East 34th and
179 144 East 39th, between Belmont and East
Stark. ''
180 1187 Eaat Madison, between East 39th
and 40th.
181 Home Telephone Exchange, East 45th and
East Madison.
182 Northwest corner East 45th and Bel
193 Garage, East Madison, between East
51s t and 6 2d.
164 W. O. W. Hall. East 60th and East Mor
rison. 185 Southweat corner East 69th and Bel-
186 1986 East Stark, opposite East 79th.
187 Southwest corner East 81st and East
8tark. ,
ICS Engine No. 27, East 82d and East Bur
side. 189 1989 East Stark, between East 79th
and 80th.
190 Southwest corner East 80th and East
191 Northeast obraer East 74th and East
Glisan. '
192 Northwest corner Eaat 80th and East
Glisan streets.
193 Basement Jonesmore school, . 81st and
194 Jenks Keal Estate office, 67th and Sandy
196 Congregational Sunday school. East Gli
san, between 60th and 61st.
194 Southeast corner East 69th and East
' ' Glisan.
197 1580 East Glisan, between East 60th and
ioh Southeast corner 47th and Bast Glisan.
199 Northwest corner East 62a and East
200 Engine No.' 23, East 66th and Sandy
201 1234 Sandy boulevard, between East 4 2d
and 43d.
202 West end Laurelhurct office. East 39 th
and Gllaan.
203 865 Sandy boulevard, between East 28th
and 20th.
204 42 East 28th, between East Couch and
206 2fe East 23th, near East Ankeny.
206 East 27th and Couch, street, entrance
Kearns school.
207 T. J. Nealand's Garage, northwest cor
ner 22d and East Ankeny.
208 East Side Baptist church. East 20th and
East Ankeny.
209 Mrs. Maber's Garage, 674 East Couch,
corner 14th.
210 Southwest corner East 11th and East
Everett, church basement.
211 507 East Burnside, between East 10th
and East 11th.
212 Southwest corner East 6th and East Burn-
213 Osborne -hotel, Grand avenue and East
214 9 Union avenue North, between East
Couch and Davis.
215 Garage. 739 Sandv boulevard, between
East 21st and 22d.
216 241 East 21st, tetween Multnomah and
217 Nicolal's Garage, Hasaalo. between East
- 8th and th.
218 Engine No. 13, northwest corner Grand
avenue and Multnomah.
219 326 Holladay avenue, between East First
and Second.
220 247 Holladay. near Larabee.
221 160 Broadway, east end Broadway blrdge.
222 Basement 434 Larrabee avenue, corner
223 245 Broadway, corner Wheeler..
224 333 Union avenue. North, between Halsey
and Widler.
225 5S6 Broadway, between Eaat 14th and
Kast lath.
226 McMonles Garage, East 17th, between
Kennvler and Hancock. I
227 Yerstecg's Garage, 694 Broadway, near j
228 Garage. East 22d, between Tillamook
ana Thompson.
229 Engine No. 18, East 24th, between Tilla
mook and Thompson.
230 Boulevard Garage, 1209 Sandy boulevard,
between 41st and 42d.
231 596 East 67th, between Sandy boulevard
and Stanton street.
232 Hubbell ft Son's Meat Estate office. East
52d sjmI Sandy boulevard.
233 Piries' Garage, southwest corner East
41st and. Knott.
234 Northeast corner East 24th and Knott,
real Mtate office.
235 Garage, northeast corner Eaat 16th and
236 Manual Training school. Irvington school.
237 678 Union aveuue, southeast corner Gra
238 Bleid's Garage. . southwest corner 10th
and Thompson.
239 400 Union avenue. North, between Bra-
zee and Sacramento,
240 147 Union avenue. North, between Eu
gene and Tillamook.
241 3o2 Russell street, between Williams
and Rodney.
212662 Williams avenue, between Graham
and Knott.
243 702 Williams avenue, between Cook and
244 723 Williams avenue, between Fremont
and Ivy.
215647 Williams, between Morris and Mon
roe. 246 232 Kusi-ell, between Flint and Ganten-
bein. . "
247 136 UueselL between Borthwick and Al-
248 137 Bussell street, between Borthwick
' and Albina.
249 681 Mississippi avenue, betweeu Cook and
250 861 Maryland, between Shaver and Mason.
251 ISO Willamette boulevard, near Gay
252 78 East Killingsworth, between Michigan
and Missouri.
253 Latham's Keal Esiate offire. Skidmore,
between Mississippi and Michigan.
254 781 Mississippi avenue, northwest corner
255 772 Mississippi avenue, between Buchan
an and Fremont.
256 809 Williams avenue, between Buchanan
and Falling.
257 929 Williams aven-ie. between Sktdmore
and MaiHili.
258 Gnrage No. 1130 Albina' avenue, corner
259 Wood's carpenter shop. 860 Williams,
, between Shaver and Mason.
260 949 Union avenue. North, opposite Fres-
261 1015 Union avenue. North, between Wy-
gant and Alberta.
262 806 Union avenue. North, between Falling
and Buehauau.
oa Smithwef mnwr East fith and Mason.
264 69 Union avenue, between Wygant and
265 Maguire's Real Esate office, 15th and
Prcscctt f;
266 672'4 Alberta, between Eaat 18th and
lth. . . .
267 712 Alberta, between 20th and Zlat.
268 Keal Estate office. Eaat 29 La, between
Mason and Duntley.
269 Mrs. Griffith's Garage, East S3d and
Alberta. .
270 Plumbing shop, 889 Alberta, between 28th
and 29th.
271 Oorrall'a Garage, northwest comer Eaat
16th aad Kuungswortn.
272 691 Alberta, northeast comer East 19th.
27a Tin shop. 858 Alberta, between 12th and
274 Piedmont Garage, northeast corner Union
and summer street.
278 Swan'a Real estate office. Church street,
between Union and Grand avenues.
276 444 Dekum, between East 7th an Btn
streets. .
277 555 Dekum, between Morse and Winona.
278 427 Durham, between Dekum and Ma-
279 Woodlawn school basement. Union ave
nue and Dekum.
280 Besidencc, 1159 Rodney, corner Killings
worth. 281 131 Killingsworth, corner Albina avenue.
22119 Killingswortn.
283 Kenton club. Ruasett, between Fatten
and Fen wick.
284 Kenwood hotel, Kenton.
285 Arbor Lodge, fire hall. Arbor lodge Sta-
tIon- .
Aon if iiiinirKwnrth. corner Gar street.
287 Zygowskl Real Estate office, Greely
street, between Alnswortu and Holman.
2P8 1587 Peninsular, between Lombard and
289 463 Lombard, between Wabash and
Washburn. I
2SO rChurch basement, northeast corner Flfke
and Lombard.
291 680 Lombard, between Stockton and i
292 808 Lombard, near Ports month.
29a Glass Brothers, Real Estate office, 815
Debate Challenge
Hurled by Barzee
Proposed Creation of Industrial De
partment Topic? ChaUeng-e Aimed at
aeorge C. Hason.
A challenge for a debate on the
proposed creation of an industrial de
partment, which is on the November
ballot was issued today by C. W. Bar
zee to George C. Mason, manager of
the Non-Partisan league.
In issuing the challenge Mr. Barzee
says that he considers the measure of
importance because it deals with the
problem of the unemployed.
He wishes to debate the proposition
further, for the reason, he says, that
the discussion between himself and
Mason before the Business Men's dub
recently was too limited and received
as a result but little press notice.
He suggests that the debate be held
at the public library but is willing
to talk some other place at an early
date of Mason's choosing.
Another Hold-Up Party.
Centralia, Wash., Oct. 24. A holdup
yesterday afternoon held up Louis
Lallos, a Greek and foreman of the
mill company, at Helsing Junction and
robbed him Of about $15. The holdup
is believed to be the same one who
has held up the Jaaska store at the
junction three times within the past
008 & SX358l&33
ntent of Proposed Acts Per
fectly Plain Though Oppo-
, - n i ai r x ;
nentS rUrpOSely UbtUSCate i
nnftTWT a oti a fior-rf
rnuitui hoiuml uocno
Owners of Foreshore Who Kits Uved
Up to Tract Imposed Must
Be Compensated.
By J. B. Ziegler.
Every law has or should have
a basis in some accepted principle of
human justice. The law to be per
manent must be as solidly founded
upon such basis as a house upon its
The basic principle may be ob
scured by the expressed terms to meet
the specific causes giving rise to the
acts, and are often obscured by modi
fications introduced by opponents of
its purpose.
The basic principle of the wharf
bill (328 and 330) is obvious, and yet
nas been overlooked and disregarded
even by judges on the bench. They
have obscured it in consideration of
private equities which have grown up
on the shores of navigable waters un
der the pioneer policy of leaving Im
provements to the upland owner.
A great jurist in adjudicating a
California case has said: "I do not
see that such considerations (private
equities) should be allowed to affect
the determination of principles of law
of such fundamental importance to
the welfare of the state." The error
of the Oregon court was a grave one
and overruled the accepted principle
established by a long line of decisions
in the state.
I think I can make it plain. The
court refused the state and city the
right to Improve an unimproved piece
of the foreshore, held by a claimant
as upland, ' down to the low water
and to the pier-head line under the
wharf act of 1862.
The basic principle Is the pdblic
right of all the people to benefit by
the use of all navigable waters for
commerce and navigation, .according
to their need.
The authority to protect this right
is reserved, ii the federal constitution,
to congress, and is vested in the war
department, which limits Its Jurisdic
tion by harbor lines established from
time to time located everywhere
within the banks of the river.
The state and its subject munici
palities have a concurrent right to
locate other pierhead lines for the
same purpose benefit of cemmerce
on condition merely that they are
made accessible to ships. (Mont
gomery v Portland.)
The occupancy by any private indi-
Speaking dates for tonight, which
will be kept, rain or shine. Music by
union musicians. Everybody invited.
8 p. m. Mississippi Ave. and Rus
sell St.
8:16 Commercial St. and Cook Ave.
8:30 Mississippi Ave. and Shaver St.
8:46 Albina Ave. and Blandena St.
9:00 Albina Ave. and Portland Blvd.
9:15 Albina Ave. and Pippin St.
9:80 At Kenton.
A W. LAFFERTY, 738-36 Pittock Blk.
(Paid Advertisement)
r :.' i r iv
1 vilnal within V, lmmmt tu-i,ni a tV tit
navigable waters the - ordinary . high
water line is conditional, for the bei
eflt of public commerce and naviga
tion, and - subordinate to- the public
right therein.
If they' use it in loyal consistence
with this trust. ; their right of occu
pancy is a valid one which cannot be
taken , away without compensation;
but If they do not so use it, if they
fail to establish any public utility
upon,' It, or to ' improve it i at all. It
they merely capitalise it according to
the public need of a use which their
occupancy deprives the public;', such
use is not in consistence with the pub
lic right to which it. is subservient.
ana ine puouc. nas a rignt to reoccupy
the property and evoteit to the use
to which American law has subject-
ed it.
When a court upholds an unused
and the public has a right to reoccupy
Mair 49.
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After the hunt, a bottle of
, jjy deer, ,h
TO j-3
gfjiN the!;.:
By Day 4 . j j By Night
9:55 A.M. Leave Portland-7.25 P. M.
9:4-5 P. M. Arrive Spokane47:20A. M.
4 . . iff
via ;
Men, money and material made The North Ban Road the twentieth-century
construction standard. The engineers' attainment of
easy gTade and curve produces the smoothness train movlmcat'
for whichthis line is noted. The best equipmertgives everyicmo
fort obse'nration, parlor, dining and sleeping ca, and: large om
fortablecoachei. jj
Tickets, parlor and sleeping-car accommodatis and details at:
CITY TICKET OFFICE, Fifth and Stark Strata.
NORTH BANK STATION. Tenth nd Hoyt Street.
Leaving Portland 5 p. m. daily, now jarries through
Standard Sleeping Car, arriving Vancou
ver, B. C, 7:30 a. mJ
This is a very desirable train for busk business men
and others, as practically no time is lost.
Two Other Good Train Leave Portland Daily
10 a.m. and 12:30 midnight
For Tacoma, Seattle, Vancouver, Ef C:, and in
termediate points. l i
All trains from NORTH BANK STATION, Elev-,
enth and Hoyt streets. -
Tickets,5 parlor ,and sleepingareservations at
City Ticket Office, 348 Washingtonfltreet (Morgan
Building), ana at uepot.
H. Dickson,
I GbbM I i
private claim agftfcsst the public, as
merely a "private lroprty subject t
private speculation ' it violates the
asie principle ; ofjfighe public rliawte
ter of navigable wafers, works a great
economic injury ijOjjpon the common
wealth, controverjjsg American eonstl- :
tutlonal law, an-i will, after greats
harm, is done, beisljverrule'J.
ijy -
Diaz Is ipot. Dead.
Paria. Oct. 24.A definite denial
was received f romjiplarritx, where" ex
President Diaii IslstaylnR. of the re
port that the formjn Mexican exei-utlva
was dead. ::
-xf .
Artificial flowea for , millinery are
being made to en;jone tiny incandes
cent lamps, whichin he supplied with
current from storage batteries hidden
inside their wearrf hats.
good old
Brewing CoJ
m .
Marshall 3071
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