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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SAT,T"-VT. ORF.OOM THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1916.
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h LAM' TIMS TODAY
The ETERNAL GRIND
Daniel Frolunan Presents
"THE RED WIDOW"
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M MUTUAL P
A 5-Rcel Feature.
Booked From a
Comedy, Singing. Piano
of abstract thought. They iuu.-t be tnk
on out of the world of cloudy promise
and vague phrasing from before you
and your follows for your ilwwim. ror
two years, in the face of awful world
cataclysm, this nation lias stood (Wpine
and helpless and lias not in the smallest
degree prepared itself to ward off. the
danger. Nil promise, no luxeuse now
iitiulo by those responsible for this iu
netion is entitled to consideration. It is
for you and your assistants to show the
people that they have a worthy alter
native to which to turn.
"The professional Germnu-Aaieri-eans,
acting through various :i,cncios.
including so-called llermnuAniericnu al
liances, are at this moment serving no
tioe on the members of vour eoiiveiitiou
that your netion must bo taken with a
view to the interest, not of the I'nited
Slates. Put of Germany, mid of that see
tiou of the (ieniinii vole, which is aiili
American to the core.
Hot Roast for Germans,
"f believe with all my heart that the
"i-tioiis of these sinister (Ionium-Amer-irans
will bo repudiated with contempt
by the great inn-s o'f our fellow citizens
who are in whole or in part of licini'tti
blood, and who are, as wo all know, un
surpassed in rugged and wholesr.uled
Americanism by other citizens of our
"Hut the professional (lerinan-Amer-ieans
are Keeking to torrotizo your eon-,
volition, for they wish to oloet nest No
vember a man who shall not uo in good
faith for the American president, but
the viceroy of a foreign government.
It is for your convention in emphatic j
fashion to repudiate them. This euu be ,
done in effective manner onlv if such
action is taken as to enable the repub
licans, progressives, democrats, who
are true to the principles of Andrew
Jackson nnd in short, all Americans
to join in the effort to reach the goal
v e all have in view.
"(,'an we not, forgot past differences,
now, join for the safety and honor of
our cuunfry to enforce the policies of
genuine Americanism and genuine pre
paredness. Surely, wo enu afford to act
iu accordance with the words of Abra
ham Lincoln, wliei lie said, " Muv all
having a common interest, reunite in
common effort to save our common
country. May we ask those who have
not differed with us to join in the same
spirit toward those who have?"
"As far as hit own soul f.s kuowu to
me. it is in this same spirit that at this
time 1 make my appeal to the republi
cans and progressives assembled lit Chi
cago. Signed "TFtronOKR TiOOUE VKi.TV'
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Showing the Beautiful Little
' Screen Star at Her Best.
By Stork Delivery
Special Two-reel Keystone,
Mrs. Vaughn's Cook
Will be shown tonight and
Coming lYtdajr nd Saturday
1 II. B. Warner
ti m -ma
Story of New York aid Wall
No Invitation Extended.
(Iiicngi), III., June ti. Shown Theo
dora Kooaovelt ',s statoniont by a repre
sentative of the b'ntted l'ress, Chairiunti
Hurtling only -smiled, and declined to
A moment later, asked if the colonel
would bo tendered an invitation, ha
said: " I cannot say."
Ilurding passed the l;nied l'ress bid
letiu buck to members of the untionul
committee, while rending the full fOxf
himself wit Ii interest. Later, he handed,
this back to Xali.ual (.'huh ninu llillos
who took it with him to the back of the
platform. There a number f national
coiumittee men clustered around him as
he perused il.
tiovernor Whi'n.iin, llii'lier.' liiclcer,
only smiled lit the colonel's stato
niont. After having read the Hoosevelt mes
sage, Harding in response to an iutpiiry
handed the 1'ullowjng statement to the
"Colonel lioosevelt is always inter
esting and a leading American, but the
chairman has no authority to invite
and rocogniv.o him as a speaker except
on order of the convention. "
more is no move to luvite mm,'
commented Secretary Koyiiolds of the
ir f f
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Jack Itarrymore fottnd his part in
The Red Window" to be n very nerv
ous one. With the war limitation and
federal Investigation of. tho various
bomb plots which ur now rife, he was
somawliiit diffident about appearing iu
public currying even "prop1' bombs,
lint llaiiuibal Hutts, the distinguished
, corset saiesmnii, eelluloided by Hurry
more in this rnrnmouut picture, was
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A iimelv W arraiiff
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'LEVEN well-known automobiles have aJvuztccd in price within the I
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last ninety days.
The Maxwell Company has not increased their priccsTv
hot know what their plans are, but we do know and you know that
materials entering into the construction of good automobiles now; cost
from 20 to 300 per cent more than they did six months ago.
Nothing is to be gained by delay. Much may be los.rKV
Not only may you lose several dollars in the purchase pricej biit
you are sacrificing the enjoyment, the relaxation, the health-giving pror
erties everything, in fact, that makes motoring the favorite pastime of
the nation. $
We urge you to come in and investigate the Maxwell. ' "A 'i -
Or, we will refer you to any number of Maxwell owners and let ,
them tell you their own story in their own way.
They will tell you what they have told us. That the Maxwell is'
good-looking that it is powerful that it is comfortable that it is
economical in short, that it is the best investment they ever made, (
They will tell you more and they will tell you gladly and freely.
That's the way they f eel toward us and the Maxwell Can
Whatever you do, don't put this off. We have a few cars on hand
and can take orders for immediate or future delivery at present prices.
If you can't come in today, phone us for a Maxwell demonstration.
Jewing Car $655
J, 0. B. DETROIT
Halvorsen & Burns
Corner High and Ferry Streets
Time Payments if Desired
full, ftinsiilcriihly better attemlnnce
than yesterday. The lologtitos were also
very much more perky in spirit. The
conversation was more enthusiastic.
there was more of it, tlia band played
more lively airs, and there were more
women in the galleries. It was roiuing
just as dismally outside as it did yes
terday but there was a noticeable
change today from the apathy which
seemed iu the air yesterday.
Split the "Rock of Ages."
The liand -swung into the "Star
Spangled Hnnner" ut U:-l and this
evoked polite burst of applause after
It was 11001I when Chairman Warren I foe should attack us, a million Amor
of Alicliigan, of the rules committee licnus in Ford machines would meet
came on the plinf..r.u with his report. I them and drive them back. "
He read the long formal report, outlin-j He suggested 1m was an "elder
ing the rules of the li'OS convention ' statesman, " like those in Japan, and
uiul adopted as the rules of tho pros- j intimated that if they wanted an "eld
out convention, while the audience sat 'or statesman " us a candidate they
politely 'quiet. , 'could have him.
The rules com in it tee's ' report wasj Uncle Joe Issues "Dcfi."
dnt't- j Harding next called, oh "If nolo Joe"
DePew Telbj Two Tord Jokes. jCimuon, mid the galleries and floors
Chauneey M. IViVw then addressed lyUf. , , ., ,
the convention. The object was to hill "-' 1''' you, yelled one deleSate
lime awniting report of the resolu '" ,h trraud uld UJ1,U pf ,u" ''O"8-1
... ,...ii . .... arose.
ll' iue iiinioue 1'layere comeaian now ""- .v
n quakes audibly everv time auy heavily j time, practically nil seats were occupied ' old
, ..iniiistnclied. gumshoed" individual of very! wept "o"1' hundred in the Rallenes., -sta
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nil liulinhteil cionjr into his by' I
hand ami dropping the lher im over
the guard's i()i,.r, "my face oiilit
to be my Imiluo, but " nnd at this
moment 7,'i delegates from llliuois, Indi
ana and elsewhere, rnu over, steam roll
ered the guard and brouoht I'antioii
alone; while those who had amusedly
watched the scene applauded.
II y 11:10 a.
the hall wn almost
n e,1 It!. J roe tor In enrrv n varied ns- "ira uoiuo piuv ui n ii iiiiuni- nun uvv lv "-, 'T mi i 1 i .1
II sortment of bombs about his persou. vast audience had stood throuKl,ont j soiuo -rood idd-tashionod oratory. ! , , x,y a few' ronorte s
much spokes unii ot republicanisiu
It was .exactly 11:22 when Senator i for more than Ou yai " was received
IlardiiiR's gavel fell. j with u tremendous burst of cheers.
3dousinnor Francis 0. Kelley offe-J More than si years of age, Del'en '
Xfonsiouor Francis ( KeUoy offer- i voice was clear and his gestures i"or
ed prayer. He reverently prayed for'ons. He drew a glowing picluro of con
deliberations of the convention! ditious of IMiO and today declaring
"Moss every motive aud thought of that Amerieitiism was then elm su is
ours that is done with the idea of pleas- jiiue.
iuij thee," he concluded. I He referred to Vrcsident Wilson as
At the close of the prayer, the band, the "professor" nnd repeatedly poked
sprung a new stunt, softly turning into 'uil t Ins toreiga policies.
the strains of "Rock ef Ages
They were cut right short iu the mid
dle of the fiist verse, however, by a
telephone message from Chairman
Harding. The effect was wierd.
Chairman Harding then inquired if
the credentials committee was ready
to report. Senator Smoot approved nnd
so reported, being given a round of ap
plause ns lie appeared under the sound
The former senator sprung two Ford
but i ve never seen it ut print
never got to the lirunugiug editors. I'll
tell it to you.
"I've been asked who will be the
"I've said this is a republican con
vention and that it will select a repub
lican and he will be elected."
TJ crowd caught the "odd guard's"
defiaace to the progressives of the new
day ia I'ucle Joe's far flung challenge,
and cheered him to the echo.
"Chauiiccv, " he veiled at DelVw.
iieuutor 1). Borah, of Idaho. Ho drew a convention recessed, at !:.')! o'clock un-
jokes end got a big lnuh on bath. One .,,M,r """" anrnvers-
" A Ford machine is like a hath tub
everybody wants one. and uohody wants
to be seen in it. "
The other was:
"I turn dowk to the greatest pacifist
who is here aenr me Mr. Hrvna for
his definition of a pacifist. 'My idea
is that they think that, if tiny foreign
I'ncle Joe spoke of the "falling
out" in the republican ranks fluir
years ago. "There'll be no mire fall,
iug out, WVenuse this convention will
nomiaate a worthy ticket and it will be !
elected," he declared. '
Borah Got Ovation.
Chairman Harding next' presented
big ovation. Borah emphasized the
need that the party stand strong on the
point of national honor. He said that
ihe party ought never to take the
"shameless paths of expedieacy. "
America has been generous, the sen
ator declared, in extending citizenship.
"Iu any contest involving the dig
nity and hjeor of this republic, these
new citizens would stand for Akieriea
to. the last," he declared.
"We do not doubt them and the re
publican party doesn't want to take any
position that they are traitors or that
we art1 trimmers.
"Make our position strong for Amer
ica, and those who love America bt
will bo with us. The others we don't
"There is room under trie repuoacac
banner for every loyal citien, regard
less of the place of his birth of his an
cestors. We believe in a great national
"We are prepared to speak for hu
manity. We are prepared to nledue our-
j solves to the full protection of Amor
lican citizens not onlv because it is
the thing to do, but because it is a guar
antee cf peace. A vacillating foreign
policy invites attack. A nation wliicR
regards itself as Moo proud to fight'
will soon be regarded hy other nations
as too cowardly to fight."' "
Bornh attacked Wilson's Mexican
"A nation ho policy cjoitos coa
tempt will soon excite a more substan
tial form f'"punishiiient. " he asserted.
At the close of Borah's speech, the
til i o'clock this afternoon.
Train Service For
For the benefit of the Cherrians aad
those who intend to travel with tb
Cherrians, the train service to- Fortland
and return tomorrow is as follows: The
special ou the Southern Pacific will
leave nt 7.53 tomorrow morning from
ITrade and Commercial streets, and at
S o'clock from the S. 1". epot. It will
leave promptly on time. Coming home
there is the choice of three trains dur
ing the evening. The first leaves the
I'nion depot nt f:15 o'clock, the second
at 11 o'clock p. m., and the last night
train at 1:30 a. m. The train leaving;
Portland at 11 o'clock p. m. will arrive
in Salem ut 12:5.') n. m. and wil be met
by street curs for North 11 net South Com
mercoial street and state street. Tick
ets are good returning next Monday.
The headquarters of the herrians is at.
the Oregon hotel nnd all baggage prop
erly tagged nt Salem will be sent direct
to the suite of rooms already engaged
at thg Oregon.
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