The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, January 21, 1909, Page Two, Image 2

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Issued K.vrry yinui'day by
AttTHl'K l. Mue. Publisher.
Tbe election ot George Chamberlain !
at United States senator (or Oregon
should not ro laid at the door ot the
mi-id bora ot tbo legislature nor abould
they be blamed. In fact It ia to tbeir
credit that tbey have chosen tbe man
aeleoteJ for tbat ollloe by the will ot
tbo people aod wbora I bey were pledg
ed to support through tbe workings of
tbe state'a freak primary law. Laying
aside tbe question of tbe law's consti
tutionality and other defects, it was
put iu effect as a result of tbe wishes
of tbe majority and was aooepted in
good faitb although it bus resuitel i'l
disastrous failure, aud is a menace
to the progress of tbe state.
Like other states, Oregon, by tbe
provisions of tbe constitution of tbe
United States is allowed two senators
to represent its interacts ia tbe na
tional ooogress. The manner la wblob
. they shall be eleoted is povided for
aud also a provision for changing their
mode of eleotion by an amendment to
tbo constitution. It does not, bow-
aver, atloulato that Oregon baa tbe
power to make this amendment or any
other one or half dozen slates. I'ba
constitution provides that an amend
merit to the law urovidina (01 the
eleotion of United States senators can
originate In either bouse of congress,
requiring a three-fourths vote ot both
houses and th ratification ot tbe leg
lslatures of two-thirds ot tbe states, to
become a taw. Or it can originate
from tbe states and become a liw by
the ratification ol both bouses of con
gress. Thore la no questlnn that tbs
trend ot public) opinion ia toward tbe
election of United States senators by
direct vote and It would also appear
that the time may not be far distant
when thin maunei of electing tbem
may prevail.
To do this will require a more or leas
united demand on the part of tbe va
rious states and all makeshift and
compromise manures such as the di primary law which must of neces
sity be ineffective and abortive will
undoubtedly retard rather than bast
on action tbut will lead to tbis end.
Under tbe primary law tbe voters ot
the state bad plaoed themselves ou
record as favoring as their choice
Ueorge Cbamberlaio, supposedly a
democrat, but In fact allied with oc
Admitting that Mr. Cbamberlaio
may bave tbe ability to qualify bim
for tbis most Important posltiou, it
will be Impossible for bim, to any
exteut, or any otber man without a
party to secure for the state tbe legis
lation that it ia In need ot nor to
materially advance its interests
Slow to acknowledge the demands of
a member of the majority party for
bis constituents what wilt be the re
suits of the attempted accomplish
meot ot a senator who represents do
party in the United States senate?
It cuu best be summed up at ex
tretuely vagus.
In tbe meantime the great publio
needs of tbe state must go only par
tially represented and its progress be
reriously impeded until suob time as a
change can be effected tbat will put
a senator In office wbose efforts iu its
behalf will be considered and who will
iiave tbe slate's influeuoe to sup
port bim.
This Is the serious situ .ton in wblob
the state Is plaoed in regard to tbe
senatorabip. Tbe eleotion of Cham
berlaln means that Orugon will be
without Its majority representation in
tbe United States senate and tbat the
abortive law whiob brought tbis state
of aflalra about allows of no immedi
ate remedy.
The Independent, a live well priut
d ami well edited new weekly has
been started at Uoldeudale and came
to us Inst week for the II ret time.
Otcar U. Nelson la tbe editor and
owner and states tbat bis paper is in
depeudent'lo politic h.
There is so ardent a chorus of ap
proval or Mr. Kuox's election to the
Seorotary ot State tbat it might make
him unoaHy, Usually when tbe A mor
ion people put a man on a pedestal
they come around a week or two later,
ask wbo liis"nibs," is aod begin to toss
rocks at bim.
Mr. Abe ISuef, ex boas aud kiug ot
(rafters says be hopes "to get justice
troni the Supreme Court of Califor
nia." Right here is where we say
Amen to Aba's obssrvatiou.
Now, here's a test case: When you
stood at the top of the stairs and saw
tbe kids get their Brut glimpse of wist
, iSho a CliUs brought tbem, did it I ot
prove what an old book says about it
being "more blessed to give tban re
ceive," or didn't it?
The Oil Trust will bave to put in
new underground flpe line into Mis
Any person wbo says the president
will not bag at leant t n elephants in
Africa Is a candidate for tbe Ananias
Mark Twain has been legally incor
porated. That's what corned from as
sociation with trust magnates.
Tbe winegrowers waat a high tat I If.
They will never let tbe ambitious poor
cultivate a champagne appetite.
Johnson, of Minnesota, Is said to
be thinking already about 1012. He
baa tbe support of McCarren and tbe
opposition of Ilryau,. Seema to be a
The Herman Emperor is reported as
broke. Perhaps be has just gut
through with bis holiday chopping.
Root, Wright, Loeb, Lodge, Knox
these are some of tbe names con
nected with the Taft Cabiuet posi
tions, it looks ai if tbe "now-I-tay"
man was correct in suggesting a cabi
net In words of one syllabic.
Some people are so rioh that
can go to the opera and bave
steak too.
It Is to be feared tbat seven
in the Presidential chair has a
enoy to spoil even tbe sweetest
Tammany Hall, having been repud
iated by about everj thing political, la
oow figuring to save itself by repuili
ating MoClellau. Tammany's trouble
ia tbat tbe greater city of New York
has outgrown It, and the fact would
at well be recognized.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Ia the lloue
It laoked but a few minutes to tbe
hour when Speaker McArtbur asked
all present to turo so as to face a pbo
tographer located on a high platform
in the northwest corner. At the flash
niuny women started io their seats
and uttered exclamations of alarm.
When tbe laughter bad subsided tbe
Speaker said tbe House might rest at
Members in tbe House voting for
Chamberlain were: Abbott, Altmao,
Uarrett, lledillion, llrady, Brandon,
lyaut, Campbell, Clemens, Corrlgao,
Uoooh, Davis, Uimick, Dodds, Katon,
llatteborg, Jackson, Jaeger, Jones of
Liucolu and Polk, Jones of Do'igliis,
Jones of Clackamas, Libliy, Mahone,
Mariner, McDonald, Miller, Minify,
Munkers, Orton, Futon Phillpot Pur
dln Hiohardaon aud Husk.
For Cake Applegate, Heals, Done
brake, lliicbanan, Carter, P'arrell,
(ireer, lllnes, Hughes, Mahonay,
Mann, MoKluney, Reynolds and
Speaker MoArlhur.
For Fulton llean, lielkunp, Roues,
Krattalu, Hrooka, CalU I ,is, Oouyus.
Hawley, Leinenweber, , MuCue, Meek
and Smith.
Uean of Lane cast his vote for Har.
vey W. Suott, but obangod to Fulton
before the ballot was nnuounced.
Williams Wratliy
"(ioorgo K. Chamberlain owes bis
election more to beuatnr. lom Kay
than to any other man," Halt! Ralph
K. Williams, National Committeeman
for Oregon. "Had Tom Kay come
Into tbe game, we could have defeated
"1 can say absolutely that bad we
wanted to we bad enough Statement
men in the House to Llock Chamber
lain. I hey would bave come to us
whenever we wanted them. Kay spoil
ed It all, however, when bo refused to
assist. It was only iieoeasaiy for us
to secure 30 votes in tbe House to du
feat Chamberlain, aud this could have
been done."
Chamberlain Makes Statement
Ou being Informed nf bis election,
Governor Cbamebriain said:
"This is a great victory for Oregon
and the poople of our state. 1 am
thoroughly glad of tbe honor which
the people of this statu aud their
chosen representatives have accorded
me. The people are the law and their
voice has been obeyed. 1 (bank tbe
press wbloh was wltn (ho people in
their light, and I thank the legislators
for fulfilling their pledges, ibe re
suits of this day will stand in our po
litlcal calendar as a victory for popu
lar government.
I'pper Hood River Valley
I huiwilu nvnlituinoln iniriu IliioH
iinuuio OAUIUDIIVIJi u J v 1 11UUU
River valley lauds Parties having
land for sale can dispose of it
through me, the terms Me fair
W. 11. Marshall, Doe
Is there a better way to
keep the family longer at
table, to keep rt together?
Your vrccrt rpturnn our nionay If you dua l
like Sihiilius's Bent; we lay lum.
Silk Shirt Waists
2.7" values, only n few
left. 2nd Floor. Special
&fe Paris Fair
The Store of Big Values
r . i
r ' f" s1 i t
Men's Overcoats
Now is a good time to
KUPplj yourself with a
good Overcoat. You have
half the winter yet to wear
it and besides it will keep
and you will save go-xl
money by buying now.
$5 Coats, special. ..$ 4.00
17WW'J ,
ff At , 'y '
$8 Coats, "
f 10 Coats, "
?18 Coats, "
These $18 Coats
some of the Hart,
ner & Marx make.
is nothing better made for
the money.
Copyiight 1908 b)
Hart SchalTiier & Mjrx
Men's Canvas Blanket
Lined Overcoats worth
You will hunt a long time
to beat these for the
Ladies & Children's
A good assortment to choose
from and a good saving to you.
Ladies' Coats, values $2, $3,
$4, $.") and up, your G 4 ftrt
choice I.UU
Ladies' Long Coats
$G 00 values, special. ..$ 4.80
$8.00 values, special... 6.40
$1 0.00 values, special.. 8.00
$15.00 values, special.. 12.00
Children's Coats
$2.00 values, special $1.60
$3.50 values, special 2.80
$4. HO values, special 3.60
$0.00 values, special 4.00
Boys' Overcoats
fv.7" values, special $3.00
$4."0 values, special 3.60
IG.00 values, special 4.80
$2 Shoes, sMt ial 31.60
2.50 Shoes, special 2.00
3.00 Shoes, special 2.40
$3.50 Shoes, special $2.80
We have received
our spring ship
ment of Men's and
Boy's Hats and a (
finer lot of high
grade Hats, can
not be found any
where. Hats made
by the Rothschild
Bros. Hat Co.
Any price you
want to pay from
$1 up to the best
of John B. Stetsons.
Drummers' samples; a good run of styles and
colors. Huts worth $1.50 to $2.75. J1 QO
Special, your choice
Sizes 2, 3, 3. Values from $2.50
to $3.50. Special the pair
Ladies' Shoes
The faot tbut the State liouid of
Underwriter-! h ve made a ut surrey
at IK01 Kiveriiuu imre reuureri in
aurance rates here will be weloouto
news to Hood Kivt-r reaicleuta and
bnaineaii men. 1 he survey waa uuidf
by Stanley U. Jo-ott, ot Portinud mid
tbe deoreane in latea runn from 5 to
75 percent, with hu overage deorpaso
on all ineurauce rates of about 20 per
oent. liieiirauue ou d'velllnga Iioiik-h
receives the blKReft cut, the rat en
toiutt loweied from 00 to 75 per cout.
Stocks io store -i K' big reduction in
rates, particiilurly where they are lo
cated in brick buildings. Brink or
courrete building lecoive a (lorrca
poudingl; low rule.
MId-Wlnter Styleg in Dress
"If you are plMUiiini; to bave a ucv
winter rowu after the holida,K,"
writes Uraito Margaret (Jonld in Wo
man's Home Compauion for January,
"there urn one or two thiugs 1 want
to call your alteutinu to io regard t
materiiils and trimmings. All of tbe
new fabrics have a sheen effect, wheth
er tbey aie wool or pt Ik. t'ine cash
mere, whiob lias such n wonderful In. -ter,
is a reliable nni a Inahionatil"
inuterlal. Ihe nbilton broadcloths are
ftiil the vniiirn, snd wool Hiitin and
lleuriettn cloth are disiral le muti i
ials. It isunwitie to fclect. eveii Inr n
winter gowu. too hetry u mater in I
The new style of dress demands light
weight fahrios. Much plain tucKfd
net niHtohinti the inatenul of the
gowu iu color is used, and the iiialiue
nets braided ore newer than the tlli'tn.
lor a gown wldcti you wish to wei;r
in tbo evening or for Informal gonial
allairs there is nothing better Hum
the lovely now depot, which are so
soft and Hhlmiiiery. MeHsalluo itud
satin are still being much worn.
"in tbe way of ordors, all of the
thades of gray are in high favor aud
are to be recommended because of
their ueutral InnonHpiauoua color.
Taupe, which hns an undertone ot dull
green, is extremely fashionable, but
the woman ot pale con plexlou should
avoid it unless it is brightened up
with a touch of some color which flie
knows la partioulaily becoming to
ber, Mole, elephant aud London
smoke ure all good gray shades. Ca
tawba, dregs ot wjne, wistaria and
amethy-it ure fashionable shades, an I
hunter's green Is also in demand. In
regard to the blues, whloh are apt to
bo so universally becoming, there are
a uumber of fashionable shade-,
There is u tint known ns Kdisou blue,
which reminds one ot Alice blue, tint
is darker. The blues with either a
tiut of green or no undertone ot gray
are also good styU. Not in a loug
time has black been considered us
smart as it is this year."
Oakdale Greenhouse
Hoses now ready for fall planting.
Hyacinth, tulips, crocus, etc., on hant.
A few White Wyandotte cockerells at fl
to f2.
Fletcher & Fletcher.
Harpies Fat Kan Prom 100 I'orki'rs.
Ike M. Kly of Hoover has discover
ed a new hog pest. Mr. Kly has n sty
of 100 pigs anil is milking the light ot
his life to keep them tiom being eat
en alive by ningpio
When Mr. Kly bought the pigs lie
out a notch in each porker's ear hh a
mark of idcutilloatioii. Jn?t about
ti e time the pieneut pold t-pell began
Aluminum Lined Plate
Gold Crowns, 22-K . . .
Enamel Crowns
Gold Plates
Best Plain Rubber Plate
Cement Fillings
Silver Fillings
For Hent-Twn fiirnl-h" room , corner of
Kiulith ami Columbia. Will board parlies If
iiet-eHUiry. Inquire at above addreie'. JiD
WHiited-I'rlces named for 40 aere orchard,
part I v net to trees and moxtly cleared, Nome
bearing. Address Box tW7. J21
TO (JIVE AWAY-A lnrifo amount of stand
ing wood, pine, fir and onk. Would make
several lliousaud rlclt. Ciin b rleked on
place until next full if desired. Will preseMt
tbe same, or port Ions thereof to responsible
frty rulttnx and ricking same before Miocli
st. J. u. (ioldtliwuile, r. f. d. no. 1, or first
ranch south ofTucker's mill on river. ti
Wanted-Work of any kind by Btron
young man, . Wilkinson, Kamona Hotel.
SHiallKray leather hand purse eon-
tulnlnii; (10 irold pli ce. SO eenis in sliver and
sonic hinull change. Kinder return same to
Mrs. J. V. Kobertson's residence or BUinley
iSinlth Lumber Co. 's orrlce and receive llleral
reward. 11 1
Kor Hule Prl.e-wlnnlng I'lymnnth HK-k
elilcken Cockerels and pullets. Just as Hne
as can be Kot. in luct, nothing better, We
KUnianlee to give you satlsruction or your
money returned. H e have letters from differ
ent parts spesking well of our stock. Uock
ford Poultry Yard, Hood Kiver, Ore.
Kor Hsle Horse,
Barthel, mi K.
wagon, cow, and chickens
Li M Wl mi
Belong's to
Arthur Clarke
Hood River's Reliable
Brosius Block
Hood River, Oregon
Kor 8 i!e A good double set of heavy liar,
ness, also a light double buggy harness.
These will be sold cheap and we guarantee to
give you satisfaction and save you money.
Cull at Uockford more. Phone 183 X.
Kor Hale-A pair or mules broken to orchard
work. ?4ouud and gentle. Knquire of K. J.
Dellart, Mood Htver, ueur V uu-Uulu-Uulq
Wanted Position by Japanese boy to dp
housework. Phone HW. P. U. Uox o.
Kiir saleGood secondhand wagim,
Apply at W. U. Wlnaiis. Phone 17-K.
Wauted-To buy a second-hand typcwiitsr.
Phone 1S1-J M. A Hnkarl.
Ijost-Sealskln muti on I.yman Smll'i av.
enue. Kuturn to Ulacicr office. JJ1
Kor Sale Dry pine and oak ;wood, 10 luch,
undercover, by J. H. shoemaker, near Har.
rett school house. ju tf
Lost A gold locket with monogram "I. D.
P." Kinder please leave at Cram's store. J2i
Hay Fur Sale. Phone 205-M or Odell 2xt). J
Strayed Two y(
by I. D. Smith, Iiecember 1st, Odell.
Taken up
For Sale-Rick wood, oak and fir, on place.
J.Jakku. Phone 1872 L,
Kor Sale Fresh No. 1 cow.
phone ifJO-K.
P. B. Lara way.
For Sale One good team of driving horses
or trade for heavy team. N. W. Bone. JI4
Pigs for Sale On Jericho farm.
C. Easterly 1S42-L.
Phone O.
Kor Sale-Cedar posts,
feed store.
Call at McHeyuold'a
For Kent-Ranch on Vyest Bide (lood
chance for man who understands gardening.
Hay and strawberries on place; peach tre-i
In bearing; plenty free water. Address R. W.
C, cure lucier office. -i
Kor Sale-Kliode Island Red Coekereli from
the noted prize taking nen of Mrs. 8. 8. Kline,
f hleago. Apply to Wm, Kerr, East Side,
IliK)d River. Inje,
For Sale ine tablo chickens, frys, broilers
and roasters. Telephone 1S82 M Kr'dav, for
Saturday's delivery. j'as
Kor Male- A few choice Huff Orpington pnl-
hum i-ucKcreis. le eonorie iwlm nr
address R. F. I). No. I. box 23ii.
Position to do
Want. rt-YtHnled man, to work on frnlt
ranch. Cutler liios , R. K, D. No. 1. JU
For Sale-one wewd saw, 1 steel range, 1
organ 1 sewlnn machine, nil In good order.
O. L. Walter, r f d no. I, phone 51 Odell. J2S
the notched curs were neaily healed.
1 lien (Kime the magp e. Muddled Io
geiber for Aarieth the bogs lay like'
sardines, aaHiMng the uext meal li e
magpie sure nut looking Io. loon
! ttiiiM Io cat, tnr.
lite Mr. Kly baa 40 far been unable
to drive tb- birds off and does not
Ha'e try poison fcr fear the bogs would
be the consumers.
peiplied on a fal o'g'
a til op ol bloor' ou II e
! One bird,
i back notice
1 1 ha! log m ear The bird r i !te ) at it
ad found it oii Ibe line M; p' ed 1
lis en s aud grunted niBRrl- 1
fiis-'erl the go.) vti.rd eloi g, i
I ho lird hae kept every l eu uar'
it heeul'iM Inndred blofding verl
sini slid Mr. Ely declsres III soiti 1
C!iK"s I he iinicuhU ate list a n ti h
aa ha'f an ei Ibe beasts aie d--.
fenceless unheals I rv tfl get tbelr'
beads under some o' ber hog to dodge
Instl'ntes Commimirealth Day
Hereafter on February 14 1 , the au
niter vary of the admission cf Oregon
into tbe Union, an annual confereuoe
will be held at tbe University of Ore
gon to discuss whvs of enhancing tbe
serrice of tbis institution to the pro
pie ol the teste. Ibe appropriate role
of a state university in the lite of a
progressive commonwealth is rapidly
expanding;. Ibe need of Oregon for
expert aid from the university in tou
ing up its Institutional li e is partic
ularly apparent. Tbe radically demo
cratic organization tbat tbe people of
lie HIM, llllt the Iliagl leS are rOO this atit hira aaanm.H mil lh m,.
quick and never leave the Job a rum-1 niBoent prospeow it has Id all lines
make sugges'ion from
sources especially desirable,
It will also greatly stimulate tbe ac
tivities of tbe university and give it
larger purpose to get into helpful
touch with tbe practioal needs aud
ronstrui tire upbulldiug . f the state
Aiu strongly and distinctly di.
reotad to tbe promotion of the cenr
mod good will have a rant salnUrj
ethical ioHaence opon the studenl
Tbe subjec'i for disms-lon at M B
first of these annual confeienoes trill
b (I) Oregon's lleii'age, ocnserv -tlou
of it for tbe people rs a brl
and (2) the coordina-ioo of tbe aotit.
itles of all tbe educational agencies In
the state. Proniiaent men from all
parti of Oregon will participate. Ihe
complete irogram will be announced
io few dajs.
For Sale Team of work horses, weight
about 1250.aplece. Phone m K. W. p.Bcobee.
For Sale-Work or driving horses for saleor
trade. Inquire at Mcheyn..ins fid j o' d. J28
This ia ud to vnn TTnit w? i w-i il
Co and American Teletrraphono Co, stockholders
can get some special information by wrking to F.
J. Cattcrhn 4 Company. No. i Chamber of Com
merce. Portland. ' 'mron.
Found-A string of aleigh bells. Owner can
have same b aoplying to J. C. Emmel, route 1.
box 45. and paying coatjof this ad.
w.y fr!lle"iIimothy' alfalf' t
HlnnJht l0SU-Pound aorrell horst Ralph