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TUESDAY, JANUARY -31, 1 1822.
III INDIANA FIGHT
B Hesert I Beaser
CaM4 Km ata fiimiralwn
(OocrrtcM, ltaj. to Valt
WaAtagton, Ju, Jl, The (rowing
eeeXblUty ( Democratic Waders draft
In former Vice President Thomas R.
iaranu into the Isdlaaa senatorial
eeatest U the latest derelopment In'
luriMnriy Interesting; politic! iltue-
tlon In the Ifooslcr ststs.
inoiena, which, more than any other
eaU, nurture Its politics with the aam
Jeeloue eaurasiasm aa the home garden
fa nurtures h(a prise vegetables, la fet-
Uns; ready to stae the first and j
iMr the stoat Important political show
ef this poUUcal Important year.
cm ine one nana Republicans of the
state are split In a bluer fight between
fUaetor New and former Senator TUvr.
Mf for the republican senatorial noro-
rftnfAftlES COME KAKLT
. un the Other hand the Democratic
Warfare are watchln the derelopment of
iia-n 10 oeiermine their selection
of a candldaU to oppose the winner In
no KepuMiean primaries. The piimar-
"7 . are in nrst to be held In
the country, and are rrnnlMl k. .4.
ministration loaders, therefore, aa highly
"vuriani, oeraune or ueir probable ef.
face upon primaries elsewhere.
Her la the situation :
Senator New. strong admlniatralon
supporter la the senate and personal
frknd of Prealdent Hardin. U up for
renomlnatlon and election.
Former Bene tor Beverldg-e. allied with
tbe prog-re ami Te element In 1113, and
nior or less "off the regular reserva
tlon" erer since, la a candidate for the
nomination against New.
Lew Shanks, mayor of Indianapolis.
who last fall when he was elected com
pteiejy aeieaiea Rears machinery at
in state capitoL Is making speeches
throughout Indiana, for Bererldge.
lEXOCSATS BEE CHAJICE
Whoever wtns the May primaries
New or Bevertdge the bitterness
aroused In the pre-primary fight would
nam oyer, according Ho Republican as
well aa Democratic leaders, to a degree
that would make election of a Democrat
to the sedate not only possible, but prob
able. Dernoeratlo leaders bellera that Thom
as Marshall, always popular in Indiana,
a former governor of that state, and
with a record of great popularity as vice
president in the Wilson administration,
is their logical choice for the senate.
Former District Attorney Van Nuys of
Indianapolis Is regarded as another pos
sible Democrat that might be drafted
for-tha nomination with a good chance
VTkn BETEBIDGE TICTOET
New. of course, could count on admin
istration support The fear of the ad
ministration rents m the fact that If
New were defeated by Beve ridge It
wouia strengthen the hand of the Middle
West progressive agricultural bloc and
perhaps play haroo with primaries In
TO eliminate the danger of an admin
istration oereat In Indiana It has been
suggested that New be appointed post-
V master general to succeed Will Hays.
LJV. "tfils, suggestion, coupled, with the Xiir-
I IMAM VARA .- I V J . . . .
711 be glren the cabinet portfolio later.
inar served to strengthen the hand of
J) his opponents Many, It Is reported to
t administration leaders here, argue that
so long as New is going to be taken
ears of anyway, "we will go along with
Iuch a course. It Is fumther argued,
might eliminate some of the bitterness
ana enhance the chances of Republican
1 New, however, hesitates to be placed
is tne position of running away from
1 a fight lie will have to make his de
rision within the next few weeks, dur
Ing which time Hays' successor In the
cabinet must take his place.
Marshall does not wish the senatorial
nomination, lie has told friends that
be has had enough of Washington. He
would not be averse. It Is understood.
to receiving the Democratic gubernator
ial nomination. 80 If he runs It will
p Dscmus ns is drafted.
None of the candidates has formally
announced his decision to enter the
primaries. Beverdlge, however, to
gether with his friends. Is making
speeches all over Indiana now. No par-
rnw naa aeveiopea. save ter-
l haps that of progresstvtsm and peraoo-
wnen tn campaign begins to take
aenaite form It will be a hot one. All
isaiana campaigns are.
For Negro Lynching
Oklahoma cit ,n. Jl. 11. N
- Robert McAIIester. a member of the
tarty wnicn lynched Jake Brooks.
negro striKeoreaaer, on January If
pleaded guilty Monday and was sen
tenced to Ufa Imprisonment.
MR. JCX.ES BIGGS
Baker. Jan. Si. Mrs. Jules Riggs
nurM, who had been spsndlng the winter
at the Ren Harrison mine with her hus-
- band, was brought to the hospital crlt
, Rally III Vrtsay. and died Saturday from
War Finance Body
Sends Testi monia 1
On Thompson's Work
i . .
W. I Thompson, vice president of the
First National bank, Monday received
a testimonial which he prises highly. It
Is a resolution engraved on parchment,
drawn and signed by the directors at
the War Finance corporation. In recogni
tion of his service in asstlng the direct
ors In conducting tha affairs of the
Thompson was Instrumental in the re
organization of the War Finance cor
poration so aa to givs financial assist
ance to tha livestock and arricnltnral
Interests of the conntrv. w M.
called to Washington to assist the direct
ors in auoung funds to those Industries
anoi remained at the capital for three
mourns, giving the corporation his nn-
aivioea attention. Due to the demand
ror nis services In the bank he found
tt necessary to resign nis position with
the corporation and return to his duties
hers. The directors signing the resolution
are follows: Eugene flieyer Jr.. Au
J?t W. McLean, OeoieMSaoksey and
Dwlght P. Davis.
THE OREGCfN DAILY J0URNA1V PORTLAND, OREGON
By Ctaytos WaltehBl
TJakeS Sen Staff Orpuadcnt
Washington, 1 Jan- 31. Final reels
AKGLERS ABE FIXED
C., A. In galls and J. L. Potter of Mc
Mlnnvllle were arrested last week on
charges of angling without licenses and,
following hearings at McMlnnvlUe. were
fined $:s each, according to reports filed
at the headquarters of the state game
VA80XIC TEXFLE BTJBlfED
Sallna, Kaiu. Jan. 31 (L N. S.) The
Masonic. Temple was destroyed by fire
of unknown origin today, with an esti
mated loss of J150.000.
the nation's greatest movie tragedy and
Washiagtons worst disaster are being
run off in the hospitals of the capital.
And the actors surviving men. women
and children i are playing roles of
mingled gratitude, curiosity and Intense
To visit with many of these, as I did
Monday, and to talk with the physicians
and nurses of others, was to compre
hend the every day American In his
composite make up ef ccmrage, hope.
patience and humor.
The Injured are grateful for their de
liverance from a horror far worse than
any soldier ever experienced in the for
eat of Argonne, as Joseph Younger, a
survivor and : veteran of the war. de
They are curious to know what the
ruins of the Knickerbocker theatre look
like, because they ate affected with an
awed attachment to the scene of the
catastrophe that almost marked their
Both young and old join In expressions
of gratitude, but the young are glad
to talk of the cave-in because they
haven't yet realized the horror of it
"Sure I'm glad to talX about it I'm
glad I got oat all right, bat I can re-
nasmher lota.- said 12-year-old Habere.
Kash. as ha lay smiling on his cot after
ward. "I got, a sister, Mfldrsd.
stairs, ' She was with me and she's com
ing oat an right too, ; -
i was sittlne in the first
cony, and When the roof fell in It
urew warn en my Knees and my
butted Into my sister's back and that s
the -way we stock for five hours.Tw
were both pretty much froxen and! my
legs feel pretty cold. now. Outside of
that I'm all right " f
bay. they tell me It marin
iciued today when Out walla eaml
What's the place look Uker 1
With reluctance. Josenh TuHnr
architect who was pinned six boars he-
neath s. shell of ' concrete and wire myself. First, -we were sitting- in the Toacger and I were afraid they would
lathing, expressed his gratitude: orchestra, near the aiala and when the mine us. We were afraid because
"My wife is-upstairs. In another ward crash came I shoved my wife bate the could tell falrty accurately mat the
with injuries lost like mine a broken. aisle and fell next to her. Second, the woman near bv was dead. kx had
collarbone and strained back. I don't
think any man who survived can say
how grateful he is." . . i
When asked if he. as : an architect,
cculd shed light on the cause of the dis
aster. Younger replied: j
WEIGHT OF 83TO W BLAJsTXD '
Td be glad to help all X can. As an
architect, I dont think anyone is to
blame. It was simply the weight of the
snow. My experience with building- in
spectors prompts me te say that they
would never pass a public building on
less it was absolutely safe. .
"Two things saved Mrs. Younger and
supporting? the balcony, screamed, than moaned and thm mn
fell Just in front of as and shielded as still. . Others around as tn that black
from the mass -of concrete and plaster mass who were still alive screamed
which fell like a giant pancake. Many loader than I could about because 1 was
people most have been killed by that pinned Cat a my back, and my wife
girder that eared us. . too. -
"It was five hours before' my wife " "Yes tt was far worse than the Ar
was rescued and six before they got gonne forest. X was wounded there and
me oat It was like eternity. It was X saw some terrible trench scene, .bat
maddening. A . woman would scream nothing like this.
In? wi MSnwTrS VlZtt "Wk1 do Knickerbocker look
aha was thought to be lying. And for trw todavT
ages Td hear, no sound. 1 . '
wnnss thiv cv I The same Question was asked by
WORSK THAIT BATTUE SCEKES j James U. Davidson of Portland. Me
That was the worst part of It .Mrs. s Georgetown university student Hs
suffered only a ereeched bark and c'
aged to crawl out f the balcoty mir
and to save two of his eatepexiloaa,
Luther Boddy Found
Guilty- of; Murder
C7 TJaaad Xesa)
New York, Jan. XL Luther Boddy.,
negro, charged with kdlng two Kew
York detective, was found roQty by a
Jury late Monday of murder In the first
degree. He wta be sentenced next Friday.
IHE ONE HIGH
TEA THAT SEilS
FOR SO LITTLE!
Is One East wind
blowing a hole in
III I I I II II i I I II I I I I III VA
( BROADWAY )
the best wood ob
every load of
you will receive
one sack of
TRADING STAMPS GIVEN ON CHARGE ACCOUNTS JF PAID IN FULL BY .THE 10TH OF EACH MONTH
No deliveries except with other
purchases made in the Grocery
Dept. Glenwood Cream- QH n
try Butter, 2 lbs. foir O I C
Olds , WoTtmM&iMm
RELIABLE MERCHANDISE RELIABLE METHODS.
Help ra tu
and know . thit yoar
dollars wUl to stralcat
to ft worthy ctmct
DONT WAIT CO IT NOW-
BASEMENT UNDERPRIGE STORE
( I BASEMENT UNDERPRIGE STORE I
L 1 1 1 i
In a Great Special Sale
Disposing of the remainder
winter . stock of Women's and
high-cliss Coats at a big sacrifice to make
room for incoming lines. Here is a splen
did opportunity to secure a desirable
coat at a big saving thais worth while.
are shown styles that can be worn now
and later. Smart belted models with large
collars, also, the more dressy loose effects.
Some with fur collars. ' Made up in de
pendable materials, principally mixtures,
although there are a number in the sale
-made up in plain fabrics. Excellent range
of the most wanted colors to choose from.
Values Up to $35
Service 11 :30 a, tn. to 2 -.30 p. m.
Tea Room. Fourth Floor i
English Beef Broth with Barley
Cream of Celery aux Croutons
. Clubhouse Sausage
with Browned Sweet Potatoes
Veal Pot Pie with Dumplings
Fried Black Cod, Tartar Sauce
Crab Louie with Thousand
OWK Baked Beans and Boston
, Brown Bread
Cold Baked Ham. Potato Salad
Ice Cream Baked Apple Pie
Tea Coffee M)iir
Pure cream, hand diooed.
Made in Portland by one of
Portland's best candy
makers. Special, lb.
Not the ordinary peanut
brittle, but the extra good
kind. Made from real OfT
Spanish peanuts, lb. 9C
" Genter Circle; Main Floor
Main Floor You have but to see these lovely
Blouses! to appreciate what remarkable values
they are. Tailored and fancy models, made
up in Georgette Crepe, Xrepe de Chine and
Tricolette. Great variety of charming styles
in beaded, embroidered and lace trimmed
effects. Flesh, copen, tan and many other
desirable shades also black and flQ AO
white.. Sixes 36 to 52. Special at 50.e7O.
Notion Department, Main Floor
Save on Sewing Needs
' Read ever this last of specials
I ill Wednesday in the
Notioa Department, , Main Flor.
Hair Nets Leading Udyi in
Black, brown and blonde,
Priced special tomorrow
Hose Supporters "Sew-On"
make. For women.
10c - values. Special
Stocking Darners "Queen,1
on sale Wednesday t "IQ
the special rke'of only AeC
Regent Bias Folds Nos.
3 and 4. Special at only
Snap Fasteners, t dozen, 2c
Tape, pink, fclut lQe
BarbosorV Lken Threed, in
brown only. asst. sizes,spL 15c
Office Pins special at 14c
Cotton Tape 24 yd. rolls 25c
vafwwr exerf roi at 4c
Kibbo Wire special 4c
24 Extra Special Offerings for Wednesday in the Basement
Underprice Store No Telephone or C O. D. Orders Accepted.
Easement These are made up
in excellent quality material and
nicely finished. Several
patterns. On sale at only
Dainty Satin Camisoles
in the Sale at
Basement Choice of manv at
tractive styles. Wash satin trim
med with ribbons, laces.
Flesh color. Extra values
Girls Wash Dresses
Ages 2 to 6 Years
Basement Of excellent quality
ginghams in plaids and checks.
Several attractive styles. QA
Wonderful values at, each UC
Child's Outing Sleepers
Basement High neck, long
sleeve styles with feet. Made up
in heavy grade outing Qffce
flannel; Good full styles. aUC
Women's Union Suits
Sizes 36 to 44
Basement High and low neck,
long and short sleeves, knee and
ankle length. White rib
bed cotton. Wednesday
4 Pairs for
Basement Black cotton Hose of
good sturdy quality with double
ana io. ah sues f if 1
7J4 to 10tf.
4 pairs for
Women's Lisle Hose
Special, 3 Pairs
Basement Excellent quality mer
cerized nsie in changeable navy
ana green, bugntiy im
perfect. 9 and 9 J4, 3 prs.
- Priced Special at
plain white contil
in medium weight. Popular mod
el for average figure.
Sizes 19 to 30. Special
Ik- - I Jns;ene
i ' ' ,!
y - :. , . . , . .. .. r .
Crepe Toilet Paper
Special, 18 Rolls
eat Limit is rolls to a
customer. No telephone or C O.
D. orders. Good quality
paper. 6 or. rolls. 18 rolls
Women's Hair Nets
Special, 12 for
Basement Cap Shape Nets made
from real human hair. Black,
browns and blonde. 12 to (jn.
a customer. 12 Nets for e7uC
Women's Cotton Hose
Special, 7 Pairs
Basement We reserve the right
to limit quantity. Splendid serv
iceable hose. Sizes 8H Qfi
and 9 only. 7 pairs for UC
Women's Lisle Hose
Special, 2 Pairs
Basement Black, gray and cor
dovan. Merceriftd lisle, with
double heel, sole and toe. QfB
Sizes 8K) to 10. 2 pairs tUC
Men's Fleeced Under-
shirts, Special, 2 for
Basement Heavy warm garments
for winter wear. Shown in gray
or white. Mostly in small Qfl
sizes. Special, 2 shirts for aUC
Men's Cashmerette Sox
Special, 4 Pairs
t Just the thing for the
man who works out -of doors.
Black with gray heel and
toe. Sizes 9-it. 4 prs.
Boys' Union Suits
Bei w sat Cotton ribbed Union
Suits in sizes 4 to 10. Gray and
ecru, winter weight. On
sale Wednesday at only
Boys' School Blouses
Special, 4 for
This lot is composed
or odd lines from our regular
stock. Sues 6 and 7 only. Qflre
Striped - patterns, 4 for a? U C
36 Inch Curtain Scrim
Special, 5 Yards
B leasee I Good
quality for suk
and full length curtains. Double
border effects. 36 inches Qfl
wide. Special, 5 yards eVUC
36 In. Figured Challies
Special, 5 Yards
Beseeaent Flails, stripes and
plain colors. Very suitable for
comforters. Supply your
needs. Special, 5 yards
Heavy Outing Flannel
Special,- 5 Yards
Basement Plain white, and
large selection of fancy patterns.
lor gowns, pajamas, etc.
Priced special, ,5 yards
Special, a Yard
Basement Splendid , heavy qual
ity. Choice of " several beautiful
patterns. 70 Inches wide. Qft
On sale Wednesday, yard e7UC
72x90 Inch -Bed Sheets
Priced Special at
Basemen V Limit 6 to a custom
er. Full bleached sheets of ex
cellent quality. Size 72x
90 In. Wednesday, each
36 In. Bleached Muslin
Special; 6 Yards
Beeeeeeat We reserve the right
to limit quantity to each cat-
tomer. Cambric finish, fine
quality." Special, 6 yards
Hemmed Pillow Cases
Special, 3 for'
l Sire 42xJ6 laches
and full bleached. Limit 3 dozes
to a customer. Get your QOe
share of these. 3 cases for JUC
t : '- ' - H-r
Sale of Huck Toweling
Special, 6 Yards
-This Is a splendid
quality and very desirable for
kitchen use. Supply your
needs. Special, 6 yds. for
nm.aaBm.-ni mm mb'mm.mfceTi Wi ImV na Mm. ,mm.V-w Vm, VnV mk e Wlft W a. ssn. earn, m ea