Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, May 06, 1926, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1928.
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While in
the middle ages war,
BERT E. HANEY
I Jpledge myself, if elected, to do-1 lative aids as may be found valid
such were fought over religion and in the
Democratic candidate for Nomina­ vote my best energies to the enact­ and effective to bring about
past century over nationalism, it is
ment of laws which will make pos-' change.
tion for United States Senator.
sible such an enactment and which | The development of the west re- being prophesied that in the corn-
Bert E. Haney was born in Yam­ will in the meantime support the quires governmental assistance in ing century there will be a conflict
the
white and colored
hill county, the fourth generation continued operation of the govert - > the reclamation of arid lands, ann between
A few hundred years ago
o f Oregon pioneers.
ment fleet under the direction of a .uch assistance means an equitable mecs.
He secured his collegiate educa­ bi-partisan regional public body.
J and fair distribution of the fund» the roces of the world were prac-
tion at Willamette Univeisity; hts
The development of the Colum­ avr.ilable for that purpose. Oregon tical.y isolated from the rest of the
I world, in fact, the negro slaves im-
law training at the University of bia river as a world port and of has not had such distribution.
Oregon Law School.
other ports in fair measure is now kndw that I can succeed in repairing ported from Africa were the only
Married in 1906 to Jessie Holmes, Oregon’s most pressing need. Our this injustice, and my most insist- noticable migration of colored races
As
daughter of W. H. Holmes, de­ prosperity depends largely upon our ent efforts will be devoted to that into the land of the whites.
the means o f travel improved, how-
scendant of a well-known Oregon ocean-borne commerce linking u s; end.
While our most important leg:,.- ever, the colored race began to mix
pioneer family.
with the markets of the world, and'
He has practiced law since 1901, that commerce cannot live with an lative needs may be domestic rather with the white race and gradually
than foreign, I do blieve that a these people began to resent White
and is recognized by the bench and inadequate harbor.
bar of Oregon as a lawyer o f high
The citizens of Oregon have ex-1 World Court will do much to rehab- Supremacy. In a country such as
attainment, character and integrity. pended far more than their just ilitate the world and promote its this the colored population is prac-
He was deputy district attorney proportion of the cost of port lie- ( peace. And I am committed to its tically excluded from society, while
of
Multnomah county for four velopment.
This wrong shoudl be support and the continued partici- in China and Japan the whites are
not received well.
This accentu-
years.
reuressed, and continued and in- : pation therein by our country.
He was United States attorney rceased federal appropriations fot ! The Eighteenth Amendment is ates the differences of the races and
fo r Oregon during the second W il­ port development should be had.! the law of the land and is entitled emphacises a deep-seated racial pre-
son administration.
We are of right entitled to suffi­ to honest enforcement in good faith, judice. The gap between colors is
He was for three years a commis­ cient government aid to develop an The economic and moral results of widening with the education of the
sioner of the United States ship­ adequate commercial harbor ami this law have not been fully or colored people, who have hereto-
An honest and fore been backward and ignorant
ping board, appointed by the Pres­ naval base sufficient for the national fairly developed.
only until today there is a growing hat-
ident to succeed George E. Cham­ security. To secure this I pledge competent enforcement is the
means oy which the value or effect red for the white people among the
myself.
berlain, resigned.
He was Chairman of the Demo-j
It is essential to the economic of a law can be tested, and this colored masses,
With this hatred growing on the
cratic State Central Committee from welfare of the nation that the farm­ law is fairly entitled to an earnest
1910 to 1915.
| er should receive a just return for enforcement by sincere and compe- people it would take only a slight
his capital investment and labor. He tent officers before it is repudiated misunderstanding, sak between Jap-
an and the United States, to start
An American Merchant Marine, i cannot much longer carry on under directly or by non-enforcement.
I appreciate the fact that a sena- such a war as the world has never
privately owned, adequate to carry i the present manifestly unfair distri­
isabout as
a major portion of our commerce bution of the proceeds of what ho tor of the United States shsouid known. The situation
in times of peace( and at need to 1 produces, nor will he longer be pat comprehend the national needs and safe as a powder magazine. All it
serve as a naval auxiliary is a ne­ off by the specious 'statement that aspirations, but under no theory of lacks is the match. Good judgment
cessity to an independent and self- ■ “ he must help himself.’’ Such has government do United States sen- would tell us that we should not
respecting
nation.
We cannot not been the treatment o f other es­ ators cease to be the representatives every Tom, Dick and Harry to carry
longer neglect to make reasonable sential industries by th central gov. of their several states, and 1 con- matches but should rather entrust
provision for its establishment and rnment.
And I pledge myself, if ceive it to be the duty of a senator them to some responsible person
maintenance.
elected, to the support of such leg's- to guard jealously the rights of the who knows what to do with them,
state he is elected to represent.
| We say wo are civilized. We have
thrown away our stone hammers.
^ / v 4 V /V a " > X ' w -:"W ":' v v v K "> > “WORLD PEACE’’ BY LOCAL
We have conquored the wild beasts,
STUDENT CREATES INTEREST
Y
yes,
we have conquored the ele-
PR0FESSI0NAL CARDS.
“ World Peace,”
an oration by ments’ Electricity work at oUr bid-
¥
Howard Davis, a senior of the local d*n*" We have established law and
high school, has created consider- order in ail Part* o i the land yet we
able interest in our
community. keep with us one of the relics of
BATHS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
This oration took second prize in barbaric aK « more dangerous to
Ladies’ and Children’s Hair*
Cutting a Specialty.
the county Oratorical contest at mank>nd than any of these— war.
W e will take care o f any legal y
.*. Shop on Broadway, Estacada. I Oregon City, and was again given We have dev«l°ped along industrial
business you may have
at a recent Parent-Teachers meet- and economic
far above every-
Insurance, Loans and Collections.
ing at Estacada. For the benefit *b' n£ else, yet we use the same
of those who have not heard Mr, nl-ethod of settling our disputes as
Davis’ oratorical effort, we print it do
lowest forms of animal life,
DR. W. W. RHODES
below, in full,
When two men have a quarrel we
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j do not allow them to go off and
Osteopathic
WORLD PEACE
i fiKht a duel. We are too civilized
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
All great changes In history have ^or tbab'
W hen tow nations have
Office in Lichthorn Bldg., Estacada
come about gradually.
The move- a i Uarre* tbe-y go to war.
ment for prohibition
was started
^ was America s great soldier
G$t our prices before you buy
hundreds of year» ago.
We read of wbo sa' d| 1 hough I have trained
DR. G. F. MIDFORD
Dryer Pipes Made to Order
VV asiiington advocating ,t, but it has aa a scdd'er and participated in many
Physician and Surgeon
For Sheet Iron work,
been only in the last iew years that babdtS> there never was a time,
Xx-Ray Equipment
Glasses Fitted
repairs, solderinp and
we have seen any tangible result. wben> *n n,y opinion, some way
Office and Residence Second and
plumbing, cal! at the
The common people
began their cou*d not have been found to pre-
Main Streets, Estacada, Oregon.
fight fo r liberty in the middle ages, ,ven.t tbe drawin8 ° f a sword.
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Telephone Connections
but they did not gain real liberty ° 0^ forwar£i to an epoch when a
M AIN STREET.
until the United States declared her court’ recognized by ail nations,
DR. CHAS. P. JOHNSON
freedom and established a govern- " " 8ett*e international disputes ln-
Dentist
ment where ail men are equal. In st8ad ° f keeping large standing ar-
Evening Work by Appointment
the same way great men have been mieB as tboy do *n biur°Pc-” Shall
Phones: Office 315, Residence 5051
working for world peace since time w® not allow those words oi Gener-
Estacada, Oregon
immemorial, but the general public a . lant to go forth as the message
has not taken it seriously until the 01 raerlca
last century.
I Wellington said, “ Take my word
W. A. Heylman
p a g e f iv e ;
BARBERS
Wm. W. Smith
PLUMBING
PIPE and FITTINGS
AMES SHOP
TIRE AND TUBE
0. D. EBY
Attorney at Law
General Practice. Confidential Ad­
viser. Oregon City, Oregon
REPAIRING
Broadway Garage
HENRY BOHN, Estacada
S. E. WOOSTER
Real Estate, Loans, Insur­
ance, Rentals
Farm Loans a Specialty.
Telephone Estacada, Oregon
GATES’ FUNERAL HOME
Grenham 2471
D., D. C. and E. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS
Practice in all Courts.
First National Bank, Oregon Ctyy,
Oregon.
ED LINN, AT LIN N’S INN,
AGENT
Estacada, Ora. Phone 543
J. E. GATES
JERSEY
MILK AND CREAM
G E O R G E L A W R E N C E & SON
Phone No. 37-3
The only milk sold in Estacada from Federal
accredited Tuberculin free cows
CU TS M ÒRE
SLICfcS
TO T H E LO AF
An ideal slice-sixe for toasting, sandwiches and
children's between-meal snacks.
E C O N O M IC A L FOR LA R G E FAM ILIES
The same Holsum quality that won the Harry M.
Freer Trophy the second time in two years. The
>ame price as the regular large loaf.
SLS Y. 0 n
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Z i'H n L S O M
■ants in Estacada snd L / O i ^ i O
/icinity.
1km*
L O A .F
Usually these seemingly sudden f ° r lt’ “ yoU had but *<;en one day
changes have ben brought about by
V ° “ W° Uld pray Almi« hty
years of study and agitation.
As God th* t yo Um,* ht never 6ee *uch
Napoleon said,
far back aa 1648 wa read of the a sight again. ’
“ The sight o f a battle field after a
Peace o f Westphalia as a busig of all
fight is enough to inspire princes
other treaties and a little later inter-
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i i
.
.
i with a love for peace and a horror
national law was made. This pro- ,
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of war.
moted better understanding between
With the use of present day
nations, but the need for some form
of court or higher power was felt
W“ r “ “ x ,beCOmeKI mor*
and finally in 1899 the Hague Tri- h° T ‘ than C™ r befor* ’ „,Newu in'
bunal was established. It was not ’ " ¡ ‘° * BlnC®. . e
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ar have
,
,
. . . made it possible to destroy an en-
given enough power to accomplish
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much, however, and nothing else was H th
f ° or . ree our* time’
done until after the World War, » L i , ! 6 o i a “
1‘« > n
when, as you all know, the League
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' every living thing in a strip of land
of Nations and later the World
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one hundred leet wide and seven
Court, was formed
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miles long.
War will soon mean
Arbitration has been used sue-
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the wholesale slaughter of nations,
ccssfully in some cases but it has „ _ j > - __.
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, and I do not think it is too much
not proved a satisfactory mean, o f to aay lhat if - manklnd doe8 not
settling all disputes. Suppose, for end war> war ^
en<J mank|nd/.
instance, Canada should lay a claim
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to half of Maine although she hac no L. B. SANDBLAST ANNOUNCES
‘ right to it., One arbitrator would
PLATFORM FOR RACE
be chosen from each of the nations
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in the dispute and a third would be
* stand for modification o f the
selected from some disinterested ^ °I*tead act to permit sales o f
country. O f course, the represen- wine8 and beer under strict national
tatives of the United States and antl
*aw* and regulation with
Canada would support their coun- *'<-“ *unable internal revenue tax, as
tries claims while the third arbitra-
bagl means of suppressing crim-
tor, in order to promote harmony mailly and growing disrespect for
between the two nations, would ‘r e ­
work out some form of compromise
1 stand for national referendum
at least all caseg o f this kind have
al* prohibition laws,
ended in compromises, and Canada
* stand fo r state referendum of
wauld get part of the territory to ad prohibition laws,
which she has no right. This ob-
* am absolutely -against saloons
viously is unfair, and it -brings
an7 kind.
home to us the need of a fair-mind-
* am in favor of laws that will
ed jury to decide such cases. Tfta * ' ve a Pfcr»un indicted in the federal
World Court may not be perfect, in court the right to have a reasonable
fact it will probably have changed number of non-resident as well as
in some respects, but it is a step tn re»'dent witnesses necessary to his
the right direction and through its d“ f « » e « subpoenaed, at the expense
use a plan that will really prevent ° f tbe government, as the law now
war may be evolved.
provides in criminal prosecutions in
International
relations
'have
state courts,
changed radically in the last few
1 am *n favor of divesting the
centuries.
With the present faciL federal courts of jurisdiction in the
ities for transportation and com- fr‘a* ° f any ca*e involving the rates
munication of the steamship, aero- ° f public service corporations oper-
piane and radio, it is not possible at*a* under ranchises fixing rates
for one nation to remain isolated granted by the state or any munic-
from the rest of the world. Our *P*lity thereof.
great diplomat« o f yesterday could
A
*n favor o f restoration of
not help us with the problems of to-
those parts of public land not
day.
necessary for preservation of for-
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ests and water shedg to entry and 1
M IL T O N A. M IL L E R
purchase by citizens and giving to
fo r
the state all moneyk received from
Democratic National Committeeman
.he sale o f public lands as the just
iier.tage o f the people o f Oregon.
To the Democratic Voters
of Oregon
1 am in favor o f control o f all
water power sites in the state by
It wa8 i nomas Jefferson, father
of the Democratic party, wno sent
i am in favor o f state laws mak­ Lewis and Clark to cxplo.c tne
northwest country.
.he state.
ing lauuie io pay wages when due
It was congressman Floyd of Vir-
a criminal on ease.
. in e p io s p .m y o f me furmeis is g.iuu, a democrat, who introduced a
.lie p io .p .n ty o i uie n.u.on ana out in Congress in l a ic to aid in
m ey are
euliucu
to piw .ec.on the -tit.ei.ient and protection oi tne
Oregon countiy.
-.qutiiiy wim uie m aiiu iacu ier, ana
it was Andrew Jackson, the hero
ii me built w.u not supply me re-
quuea protection ugniusi oaiiKiupi- oi N .w Orleans, wno scut a commis­
oy, in uus most important lim ucry, sion Here to iwoK alter the neeug of
.non oluer leusoiuib.c meaiig siiouid tne oeu.ers and sappiy mem with
oe proviued by sucli a measure us h oles and cal.le.
.ue N orns .aw now p.nuing in the
It was senator Linn of Missouri,
oeiiate, or a law aiumg in co-oper- | a uuiuwcral wno introduced a bill
alive marketing.
in the U. &. Senate known as the
in conclusion, I respectfully sub-
'i.n t ilia i file greatest issue o f tne
aay is tile pionioitiuli question and
it is my opinion tliat unless me peo­
ple are auoiueu an opportunity to
express their w.ll anq wishes Dy a
teierenuuin vote in uie near future,
or muUUieation is outaineu, lawless­
ness wnl grow in its reigning power
Will permeate the uouy politic and
oreaK down tne fabric o f enforce­
ment, to the great injury of our
country.
Donation Land Act.
ft was James K. Folk of Tennes­
see, a democrat, who was elected
i iesidunt oi tne United State« upon
a piaiiorm, " t o annex uie Oregon
, Gauntry at the earliest possible mo­
ment.
it was under ins adminis­
tration mat the lieaty was signed
anu tins country became without any
lutther coiitroveisy a part of the
United Stales oi America.
W lien Oregon was asking fo r ad­
mission into me union, it was a
risiue from the foregoing, it may democrat wno gave tne deciding
oe saiu mat 1 was boin in Howard, vote in me U. S. senate to take up
o. U ., in itioo; Have been a resiueut me Oregon question.
it was a democrat who closed the
of Oregon since f»0 0 , curly life on
a mu in near iiuboaiu, Oregon, and great debate in the House oi Rep-
ieociita.lves ni a three hour speech
in a printing ohice; am a grauuate
lor tne Statehood ol Oregon.
of itxciuinnvilie conego and post-
1 am proud of Oregon nad the
g.auuate of taw tio m tne National
History ol its early builders, ihere
university o f Wasn.ngton, L>. U.,
wus no sacrifice too great for them
wnere i resided wn.ie connected
ot make.
rvry parents were pio­
wim tne government ror five years;
neers of 4 i mid ’52.
was admitted to practice before tne
1 was tne democratic candidate
supreme court or uie state or O re­
lo r U. S. Senator in 1ÜJ4— witli all
gon in ib io , and nave been actively
her democratic traditions Oregon
and exclusively engaged in tue prac­
should be represented on the N a­
tice o f law ever since, with tne ex­
tional Committee by a real demo­
ception o f ncariy one year during
crat.
the war, six months of winch time
tou r support will be greatly ap­
1 served as a soldier in France; am
preciated.
a member o f Multnomah Bar Asso­
Cordially your,
ciation, o f Uie American Legion, Uul
• M ILTON A. rViiLLHft.
ife-azee grotto, masonic lodge, Ore­
gon UommaiiUery No 1, and am
— coining May 19—
married.
“ SUSIE S N i l CHEN B A N D ”
The “ Square Deal” barber Shop
“ 1 he suup where the barber knows his stuff.”
EARL LA FORGE, Proprietor
E S T A C A D A S L E A D IN G
Hair Cut 35c;
IO N d O R IA L A R T IS T
Children’s Hair Cutting 25c; Shave 15c
All other work at popular prices
M U i l U ; “LIVE A in D L L i LIVE”
Bobbing and bhinglmg a Specialty
BATHS
B A i Hb
B A 1Ho
BATHS
Broadway, near Linn’s Inn, Lsacada, Oregon
Closing Out Dr. Hesses
Sheep Dip
■ Stock Tonic
F ly ' Spray
at H alf Price
Beef Scraps
for
Chickens
at 3c a pound
One
Dollar
Cash
For each small filled book of
Green Stamp« at our «tore
“Get the Habit” IT PAYS
THE PEOPLES STORE
WHERE YOUR DOLLAR HAS MORE CENTS