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THE OREGON DAILY . JOURNAL, PORTLAND, . TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1914.
I BOOTH IS NOT FIT FOR
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Republican Candidate's Interr
ests '-Not .Such as to tnaoie.
Hinr to Guard Rights, - 1
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-I Kelly . Lumber company . was able to
get hole" of 70.000 acres of the grant.
C "Three hundred and twenty-four
f thousand acres 1s tn much lund for
t one person," iie aiil. "It means that
the people who live in tills state must
pay tribute to him, in Increasing
amounts as the timber supply grows
. - Too Much for One.
? '"It Is too much "land for one peri
? man .mlicn them art- so many other
who fWould like to gu upon the 'land
tef ptake homes."
BiJefly picrurlpsr city conditions as
fee has seen them, where families are
j J. . i t , r.t .'! all HAnnfur
$ Lnn compared them with the man
flio owns hundrnis of thousands of
g "And here is one man who grabs up
3 324,000 acres and holds them, when
f 10 .acres would piake a home; for one
if these fainilif.H. You don't want to
send such a man hack to ths l-'riited
titatips senate. JUs nyrnpatliies are
?J net for you."
genatop lane read from a govern
J ment report on lhf timber .Industry.
I It stated that thq W ey ernacfuncrs own
3 0,0 (Ml acres in iigun, and that me
Weyei haeuKei jj and Mr. B'oth aro as
KOcJated In their timber holdings.
! Me- then referred to another land
grant, extending l"nm Albany to the
Idaho line, and including about -SOO.oOO
acres. He said W i Ilia irt 1 Jlanley was
In on that one. He has at least 6000
acres of it, and is associated" with the
Corbitts ami the Hills, the railroad
magnates. He said that Mr. Hill had
Contributed to Hanky's campaign
.'"Now. let us connect up and see
where we stand," he said. He pointed
Out tlu 5000 acres In the eastern
f Orefion land grant, owned by Hanley,
associated with the Corbet ts and the
Hills, and on this side of the moun-
S. tains tioom arm v ey r i nn-un-i n unn-
lnp hundreds oT thousands of acr.'S,
and the VeycrhauuHors and tlie Hills
"If the timber'1 interests can only
defeat Chamberlain. I guess they will
be pretty well satisfied whichever way
the election Roes." he said.
Sr. Smith Lauded. .
Senator I,arre commended Dr. Smith,
JUr. I iegu i and Sheriff Word to the
J -voters.. He said l;r. Smith has a
great caipnrity for work atwl is a
master of detail. ,
"He will be safe ns governor and
It afford - nx. great pleasure to In
i rforse him," be said.
"Speaki.g of Mr. 'legel, the senator
"t said vt a man could go through a
-f term as city councilman of Portland
f and come out with th esteem of his
V fellow cilizens, he was an excellent
F "Mr. Flegel has done this, and he
1 nn exci-llent man for consrress." he
tbf. law "enforcement candidate for
governor, and A. F. Flegel, candidate
for congress, "will make short talks.
There will also be a musical program.
The women are Invited to ttend.
William Hanley, Progressive candi
date for senator, and Arthur I. Moul
ton; Progressive candidate for con
gressman, addressed a meeting at
Portsmouth last night.
C. "N, McArthur;' Republican -candidate,
for congress, .addressed; a meet
ing at St. Johns last nigh't. V
SENATOR LANE SAYS
FLEGEL. WILL MAKE
- FINE REPRESENTATIVE
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M v Pi '
i saiu. xou.neea men hkc r icgei uuck
there. You nced good lawyers.
'Thousands of bills are introduced
s, lie said, and you never
f can tHl when j '.m may find a joker
i stjcking'' down near the. tail end of
the bill. Nobody can detect a joker
' fco easy as a man who has served as
conncilman uf t i t land or mayor of
f "I believe. we are in a critical period
in the welfare of this nation. We
I are not picpared for trouhle. We ore
j lndeei. fortunate in having someone
at the helm who is as. strong and cool
i as President W ilson. And it is your
d ity to send men to Washington, like
J I .i.iluberlain and Kiegcl, who will up
; hohj him. You should not send men
J there who will oppose him and en-
dcavor to shove him into trouble."
I am confident that fits large experi
ence as a successful business man will
make him an invaluable representa
tive for you in .congress.
Sheriff Word, said Senator Lane,
had done his cleanup work in the city
so well that he had caused the vice
interests to line up to deefat him at
the county and state election follow
ing. Dr. Smith, he said, he knew fa
vorably through having been associ
ated with him on the state health
board a number of years ago.
5 "It is up to you people to support
the president In this emergency," de
clared Dr. Lane. "Pon't put someone
in office who will take fool pride in
najrsflnsr him." . -
Sheriff Word was greeted with a
rousing reception when he entered the
meeting room, end again when he arose
to speak. . -
"Don't elect me if you don't want
the laws enforced," he advised, after
recounting his fight aealnst thp 'rmd
houses and north end gamblers.
Koscoe Hurst," candidate for loint
county representative to the legisla
ture, gave the history of the activities
of C. M. Hurlburt that caused that can
didate to be denounced by his own Re-
pumican party, and spoke In behalf of
his proposed debtor's court hill that
will do away with the persecution of
private till collectors.
Dr. A. K. Higgs, a legislative candi
date, also' spoke in behalf of his can
didacy. Voters Defeat the
Union High Plan
Oak Grove, Or., Oct. 27. By a vote
of HO to 75, the proposition to have
a union high, school for the Oak Grov
Concord and. Jennings Lodge school
districts was voted down at the elec
tion Saturday. In ttie Oak Grove, dis
trict the votes were 62 against the
high school and 42 for the school; Con
cord district voted 12 for and 36
against, and Jenrrinss Lodge voted 21
for the school and 42 against.
Students In the districts involved
will go either to Oregon City or Mil
waukie high schools.
Dr. C. J .Smith Is W inner.
Hermlston, Or., Oct. 27. At a mass
meeting in precinct No. 9. Columbia
district, at which the initiative and
referendum measures were being dis
cussed, a straw vote was taken on
the gubernatorial candidates, the re
sult being 19 for Dr. C J. Smitlj and
4 for Dr. James Withycombe.
The fumes of ammonia have been
found to be an effective disinfectant,
killing the germs of cholera and ty
phoid In textiles in two houses and of
diphtheria in eight.
Land Products Show
will attract.. many
who wjll take ad
vantage of the su
perior facilities of
the Multnomah for
dining and dancing. .
Stop for supper ' in
the Arcadian Gar
den after the show.
Splendid musical and
Carnival Night, Wednesday,
in Ballroom. Prizes Given.
Don't Fail to Attend.
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? Political Nof&s.
Mrs. L. n. Bartlett says she had
nothing to do with compiling the list
f'of names, purporting to b6 Utpubli
"can wopien supporting the Kej ubli-
' f-nn I ii'tlft tlilit a-flti nil til i uhnri i thM
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i paign work." sunt Mrs. Bartlett. who
was reported to have assited in mak
f ing' Up the list. "1 know there aro
many names of Democratic women in
the list. I don't stoop to that kind
'tot politics. Women have been calling
J Hie up all day about the matter, and
I wlxh to have it announced that I
. j. had nothing to do with the matter."
A political rally will be held tonight
j at the Katt Side Library building. East
f Kleventh and East Alder streets, under
the auspices of a number of prominent
t women. Mrs. John Nissen will preside.
t Hhort addresses will be made by Dr.
Ksthcr. J'ohl-Lovejoy, Dr. Elof T. Hed-
; I lund and Mi.ss L. Hackleman.
" The public is invited to attend.
I Mrs. A. M. Wing. II 28 East Flanders
Street, will be the hostess at "a politi
t lal gathering to .e he lit at 2;30 o'clock
Thursday afternoon. Dr. o. J. Smith,
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BY A TRUST DENTIST?
Many people in Oregon during this campaign have told
me how they, have been imposed upon by members of the
Dental Trust, and many more have written to me of - how
they have been robbed.
I want all the facts I can get on such cases. If you have
been a victim, give me the facts either in person or by letter.
Here is one case: A man took his daughter to a Trust dentist and
was told that the tooth must be tlken out, but it was such a; difficult '
operation he was advised to take the child to another dentist
member of the Trust who made a specialty of such work. ' The
father did as directed and was charged $4.00 for a simple extraction
that took about ten minutes' time. A few weeks ago the father had
to have a badly broken down tooth pulled and came to my office
and paid $1.00 for the operation. A few days ago he asked why
it was that he was charged $4.00 by the Trust dentist and only $1.00
in my office.
ANSWER: The Trust dentist charged $4.00 because he had to
split his fee half-and-half with the other Trust dentist who sent him
the patient. See?
Another case is that of a woman who paid $57.50 for-four gold
fillings and having her teeth cleaned. She says the worst part of it
was she was kept running to the office about every other day for a
month, and, being a working woman, she couldn't afford to lose the
time, and was astounded when she was presented with a bill for
$57.50. Twenty-five dollars would have been a big price for her
work. . .
These Cases are only two o many. I shall give more of
them. If you haye been a victim, let me know. No names
will be used.
Vote 340 X Yes and Bust the Dental Trust
Sixth and Washington Streets, Portland, 0 fe
(Paid advertisement toy X. IL Parker, Merchants' Trust BulldlatO