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DAILY OAPITAIi JOURNAI,, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1010
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
E. HOFER, Editor and Proprietor.
independent Newspaper Doroted to American Principle and
tbe JToktom iuid Dorolopement of All Oroeon.
FabUibe Bverr BrenltiK Except Sunday, Salem, Ore.
(Invariably In Advance.)
Dallr, by carrier, per year W.Tjo ret month.-. ....0c
Daily, oy "Sail; 'per year. tXO Per moath............S5o
Weekly, by mall, per Tear..... J.00 81z months ....COo
MARION COUNTY CAND
Meets and Defies His Accusers in the Open at Five
Meetings McMahan Springs a New Lie.
Col. E. Hoter held five street meetings from his automobile
last night at Fair Grounds, at the State street Electric, grocery
at' the Yew Hark store, at the Shaw & Poisal grocery in
South Salem, and pulled up to the Adolph cigar store prompt
ly at 9 o'clock, where a large crowd of friends were assembled
Met All Accusations.
His meetings at all the places mentioned were well attended
and he was greeted with applause on arriving and on leaving,
and the plain, common citizens showed their respect and ap
preciation of a clean campaign, At each place he stated he
vas ready to answer any question and to meet any accuser,
On State street he especially called out Tom Cornelius, pres
ent street commissioner and c'ty marshal, who allowed the
charge to be made that Col, rioter had tried to bribe him with
a sum of $60 per month to let gambling games run in this
city, But Mr, Cornelius was not there or if he was he would
not show himself and didn't show himself at any of the meet
ings, and the challenge was repeated at each place,
A BIG MEETING.
At the Adolph Cigar Store Mr. Hofer repeated his challenge
tc all-his accusers who have spread broadcast attacks on his
character and there were cries for McMahan who was in the
audience and Mr. Hofer waited for him to come forward, but
he kept in the dark until Mr, Hofer said goodbye to the crowd
when he got up in an automobile around the corner, provided
for him. and entertained the crowd with a rehash of his inven
tions, Many of the crowd remained to hear McMahan out of
curiosity and because human nature likes a scrap of any kind,
but he made no impression, He sprung one new lie and that
is a remarkable record for McMahan to make when he is
turned loose in one evening, His statements fell flat and he
produced the effect of being a hired advocate to bemean a
man who is not wanted by the man who hires McMahan to do
about all he does, as McMahan notoriously does not interest
himself in public matters unless there is something in it,
SECOND. CH'AMBERLAIN LIE.
McMahan made the statement that when Governor Cham
berlain was. up for his second election Colonel Hofer demand
ed $520 of him for the support of The Capital Journal, and
Chamberlain "told Hofer to go to Hell," What are the tacts?
Col, Hofer went to Governor Chamberlain when Dr, Withy
combe was nominaetd as the Republican candidate and told
him he was going to support Dr- Withycombe but that The
Capital Journal would a low no one to throw mud at the
Chamberlain administrat on and that Governor Chamberlain
as a candidate would not have to spend any money to keep at
tacks out of The Salem Journal nor to get protection, but that
he would be treated well and t airly without money and with
out price, because he had .made' the state a good governor,
This was strictly carried out and after the campaign was over
Governor Chamberlain thnaked Hofer Brothers, and said he
had never been treated as well by two men in his life, and had
not been treated as well by any newspaper as by The Capi
tal Journal, That is the truth, and Mr, McMahan is a liar in
REGISTRATION DESIITE THE
INTENSE INTEREST TAKEN IN
THE CAMPAIGN AND THE
GREAT PRINCIPLE OK THE
PEOPLE'S RULING AT STAKE,
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OK
MR. GEORGE ROSNER, IT HAS
COME TO THE FRONT AH ONE
OF Ml IK LEADING AMUSEMENT
RSX)RffS OF THE COAST.
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tho nSw ! pffjfulfr tftomSFvim nl
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tloT tho lo-
i Capital afiolt, $
tlstio voonl nnd instrumental II1103.
This la nssurod by tho populorlty of
tho present soloist who Is appearing
dally. Como nnd hoar him. Mr.
Jonos, baritone, has a clear toned
toIco, nrtioulntos distinctly, Is plons
lng in manner, nnd will undoubtodly
contlnuo to attract attention as lone
ns he Is In Salom. At prosont a local
program will be used. Lator
ohnngo of program will be mado
ovory month nnd tho program Is now
mndo np for the entire noason, Mr.
Hosnor composoa and plnys nil his
own music. His muslo Is oxecuted
with tho utmost skill and will feol
Ing and oxprosslon, as tho play pro.
grossos. Mr. Rosnor wntchos the
play closely nnd this fonturo nlone U
worth the nrlco of ndmisston. The
hoavy dramas will. bo handlod with
5,000 plpo organ which 'Will bof
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istnueii aoout octfiuor IB, 'rhose
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limp nn to lift, ompioyey. HnlCui
Let the best man win!
The big campaign Is over and be
fore another 24 hours shall have
rolled around, each and every one
of the multitude of candidates for
tho several offices, to bo handed out
at tho suffrage of the voters of tho
state of Oregon, will have known hl3
The campaign In Marlon county
and the city of Salem came to a
close last evening, when political
fever and fervor was at Its height.
with a number of public speeches to
large and enthusiastic audiences in
soveral parts of the city by Col. E.
Hofor, who spoke from tho tonneau
of his Ford automobile, which has
Covered over 4,000 miles throughout
every section of the state during the
campaign, and was roundly cheered
by tho Immense crowds which
greeted him at every meeting place,
Because of the light registration
In this nnd every county of the
state, notwithstanding the state
wide and nation-wide Importance of
tho political Issues which are up for
final decision nt tho hands of the
voters today, It Is expected that ths
vote enst at the primary election to
day will be necessarily light and the
contest, In many . Instances as be
tween candidates and party issues
will be closo and Interesting.
Tho polls opened for the receipt
of votes throughout the state, at
noon today, and will remnin open
until 7 o'clock this evening. Tho
indications, at the hour of going to
press this nfternoon, arc that the
vote will bo light, as compared to
previous primary elections, when is
sues of lesser importance were up
for consideration, but the heavier
vote, ns usual, Is expected to mater
ialize between the hours of 5 and 7
o'clock this evening when tho labor
vote will bo polled.
Tho several polling places within
tho city of Salom, aro located as
Polls open 12 noon, to 7 p. m.
Ward No. 1 Walkei"s barn.
Ward No. 2 City Hall.
Ward No. 3 State nnd High
Ward No. 4 Low's Barn.
Ward. No. 5 Young's Store.
Ward No. 6 Asylum Avenue,
over Barkes Store.
Ward No. 7 Townsond's Hall.
Chomowa Dairy building at
State Fair Grounds.
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Corner of High and Center streets
Bible school 10 n. m. Dr. H. C,
Epley, superintendent. Preaching,
11 a. m. Theme, "Seven Years In
Salem." Christian Endeavor, 6:33
p. m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. "Some
State Problems." Good music, easy
pews; a hearty welcome. D. Errett,
Seventeenth and Chemeketn
streets; F. M. Fisher, pastor, Sun
day school 10 a. m. Junior at 3 p.
m. Young People s Alliance at 7 p.
m. Preaching by the pastor at It
a. m. and 8 p. m.
First Methodist Episcopal.
One accord prayer meeting at
10:15. Preaching at 10:30. Miss
Carrie Barge will occupy the pulpit,
Sunday school at 12 m. Epworth
League at 6:30 p. m. At 7:ao p. m.
a meeting In tho Interest of The Sa
lem Commons. Speakers, W. G. Mc
Laren and Tom Mackey. Everybody
cordially welcomed to these ser
vices. Cliritsdan Science.
, First Church of Christ, Sclentlat,
440 Chemeketn street Services:
Sunday at 11 a. m. Subject of les
son sermon: "Reality." Sunday
school at 12 m. Wednesday evening.
Testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock.
Reading room in the church open
each afternoon except Sunday. All
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street, Rev. Henry T. Babcock, pas
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Preaching by tho pastor. Theme!
"Self Denial In Pulpit and Pew,"
Luke 9:23. Evening service at 7:30
p. m. Preaching by the pastor.
Theme, "Self-Denial for my Broth
er's Sake," I Cor. 8:11-13. Special
music at both services. C. E. praye
meeting at 0:30; S. S. at 10 a. m.
(Rally Day); Mid-week prayer meet
ing, Thursday at 7:30 p. m- Public
cordially invited to nil of these ser
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