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SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apnly at office.
Bill payable monthly in advance.
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BALEM SCAVENGER Ciarles Soot
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
8247. Residence Main 272.
BTOVES BEBTJILT AND BEP AIRED
60 years experience.
Depot National and American fence
Hues ZS to B8 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
- St. Phona 124.
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foods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
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Forwarding company, 161 South Cob
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BENTAL AGENCY S. H. Snyder, sue
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for non-residents especially solicited.
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6HOE REPAIRING Old shoes made
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CIDER By the barrel or in any quan-
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tom work at 2c a gallon. Commercial
Cider works. Phono 2194. 1010 N.
Commercial St. nov28
OREGON Wholesale and Retail Hide
.. and Metal company. Highest cash
price paid for hides, pelts, rags, used
machinery and junk of all kinds. A
(rood atuinn Duller for sale. 197 Sonth
Commercial. Phone 399. nov27 1
Seventy of Judge's Own Party
Members Voted to Pass
Washington, Nov. 4. In his speeches
arraigning the passage o the eight
hour law as a "shameless surrender to
force", Cburles E. -uirhes is by impli
cation indicting a maioritV- of the re
publican members of the house of repre
The record of the vote on that meas
ure shows 70 republicans voted for it
and only 58 voted against it. The 70
who voted for it come from 25 states,
in all sections of the union. ' Included
in the number were most of the recog
nized progressive republicans, and con
siderable suport from the old guard as
Most Seek Reelection.
The most of these 70 republicans who
"shamelessly surrender," if the Hu
ghes version is accepted, are candidates
tor. reelection on the ticket with Ku
glies, receiving their nominations, in
most cases, by the direct primary. One
of, them, Sutherland of West Vireini
is the'eandidate of his party for the sen
Few of them find it necessary to
apologize for the votes they cast. A
conspicuous exception is Lnclc Joe Can
non, who is now voluble sorry that he
voted to pass tne law. that, however,
is characteristic of Uncle Joe, who rare
ly strays from the reservation, and al
ways hastens to cover if he finds the
things is not stendpattedly orthodox.
Debate Tells Unbiased Story.
Whatever is said now as to the cir
cumstances under which the bill was
passed, the debate in congress tells an
unbiased story. Jt was passed, if what
was said at the time be true, because
it was believed the bill would avert a
strike and because it tended also to
ward recognition of an eight-hour day.
Seventy republicans in the house
supported it because they believed it
best for the country to enact it, and
did not believe they could justify them
selves before the country if a strike
resulted from their refusal to act.
The names of those republicans who
voted for the bill ami now are berated
by the republican candidate are re
printed here, with the state they rep
New York ( handler, Haskell, Hicks,
Husted, Siege, Swift.
Pennsylvania Beales, Costello, Farr,
Fo ht, Garland, i.euton, linpwood,
Keister, Atorin, Aorta, Porter, Scott.
Maryland Mudd. -
Virginia Slemp (chairman of the re
publican congressional committee.)
North Carolina Britt.
Ohio Cooper, Holliugsworth, McCul-
lough, JJooney, Kicketts, Russell, Wil
Two Oregonians Included.
Oregon Hawley and Sinuott.
Wisconsin Cooper, Leuroot, Nelson,
Illinois Cannon. Denison. Kinc. Bo
Minnesota Davis, Lindbergh. Smith,
Iowa trreen, Dowell, Haughen. Hull.
renneuy, namseyer, Towner.
Nebraska Kinkaid, Beavis.
North Dakota Helgesen.
Idaho McCracken, Smith.
Wisconsin Hedley, LaFollette.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE BEST THERE IS IN
JHER2Y crfT WOOD SAW Wo live
aid pay taxes in Salem. Let Sales
poop saw yonr -wood. Phono 209.
iiM 5. 21st. r. L. Keistsr, Was.
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1916.
FOR POLITICAL FAITH
Candidates and Politics Dis
cussed From Partisan
By George G. Hill.
In 1912, AVoodrow Wilson received
1,300,000 fewer votes than the com
bined vtote of Taft and Roosevelt, both
of whom were running on platforms
which declared firmly and unequivocal
ly for adequate protection for Amer
ican industries and American work
men. There was considerable shifting
of voters that year, some republicans
voting for Wilson, and some democrats
voting for Roosevelt, but in the estima
tion of the most experienced political
observers, that 1,300,000 votes repre
sented the majority of protectionists in
this country over free traders, or ad
vocates of a tariff law for revenue
only. This year the progressives have
gotten together with the republicans in
a determined and patriotic, effort to
beat Mr. Wilson, to accomplish a repeal
of the Underwood bill, to achieve
genuine industrial preparedness
against the commercial situation which
inevitably will attend tho ending of
the European war; to establish a con
sistent foreign policy which will com
pel the respect of foreign nations and
keep this country out of war when the
European war is ended and European
nations with great armaments and
empty treasuries, are tempted to look
covetously toward Uncle Sam's great
Campaign managers ' claims are us
ually exaggerated. Straw votes rarely
ten tne story, because the important
vote is the silent vote, the men who
will not tell whom they are going
to support. This year, especially,
thousands, tens of thousands of demo
crats, dissatisfied with the present ad
ministration will vote for Charles E,
Hughes, but will say nothing about it
because they do not care to forfeit
their affiliation with the democratic
party. It is evidence of this trend, to-
gctner witn tneir confidence In the
great prepond'-nrence ' of protection
sentiment in this country, which makes
the republican campaign nimopors so
confident of the election -,f Charles
By George Creel.
The Wilsoa administration stands
clean before the people.
Not a scandal soils it. There have
been no Ballinger cases, no "dear
Harriman" letters, no Wall street
panics, no Tennessee Coal and Iron
company mergers, no "'whitewashes,"
no tariff lobby disgrace.
L From first to last Woodrow Wilson
has been the open, accepted and
responsible head of government. Not
even in the heet of the campaign has
it been charged that bosses have con
trolled him, or that his decisions have
been influenced by corrupt consider
ations. Not only has it been an honest ad
ministration, but it has been decent
and dignified as well. For four years
we have had a president whose days
have not been given over to strenuous
insistence that the "other fellow" was
For three months, while Hughes and
Roosevelt have dipped into the gutters
for mud, Mr. Wilson has not mentioned
their names or indulged in a single
personality, holding fast to principles
Out of it all, just three specific com
plaints have been lodged against'him:
J.. The eight hour day law.
2. That he has not severed diplo
matic relations with Germany.
3. That he has not several diplomatic
relations with England.
The Eight hour day averted a strike
that would have entailed incalculable
Honest neutrality the steadfast re
fusal to 'plar favorites" has kept
the United States at p ace, maintained
international law, and savd the Euro
pean struggle from becoming a world
It is America that this man stands
for the America of progress peace,
justice and brotherhood. ,
A vote against nim is a vote against
Journal Want Ads Get Results Ton
Rant Try on and too.
IVOMEN IN FA MIL Y A UTOS , !
I SPREAD WILSON TIDINGS
peace, Prosperity and Humanity, Their Message to
; yotersA work oj uevotton, trnnout uimertlj .
' c if. r'l -.. r mum c,''
The humble Ford and all the other
little car j that carry the plain peopl .-
of the United Slates about their busi
ness and pleasure have come into
their own as agencies for reaching
the voters in presidential cam
paign. As usual, women are the in
''Bovators. Leaving private trains and other
expensive frills to the Hughes cam
paigners, women pledged to the re
flection of the President who gave
mem tne unia JAbor Law and the
Children's Bureau are organizing by
neighborhoods from New York to
.California to spread the gospel of
Wilson, peace, and humanity through
every countryside and every city
j Letters and telegrams by the thou
.sand are being received at the Wom
an's Bureau of the Democratic Na.
itional Committee in New York City
ouering uie use oi tne lamiiy auto
mobile and the leisure-hour services
Iff women who see President Wilson's
ifcause as the cause of every good
tuuiuer sua every rooa citizen.
On a big map a Headquarters col
ored pages are sprouting as county
after county reports the enlistment
of women volunteers. They will
carry pamphlets and leaflets, as well
as personal messages, telling why
they regard the President's election
as all-important The work ia being
directed at Headquarters by Mrs.
Charles Dana Gibson and other en
thusiastic Wilson worker.
"Our women volunteers are not go
ing out with a blare of trumpets to
tell other people what they should
do," said Mrs. Gibson. "Each woman
will cover ber.own immediate neigh
borhood and" talk in neighborly,
friendly fashion with those she meets
along tho country roads and at tho
farm as as and In the city street. I
Money to Loan
OK Good Seal Estate Security.
THOa K FORD
Over Ladd Bush Bank, Salem, Orecoa
CITY AND FARM LOANS Any a
mount; low rates; promptly closed
attractive prepaying privileges. I
Sieve 5',-i per cent insurance money
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"There will oe a lot of devotion '
and no glitter about this work. The :
women undertaking it are acting
from deep conviction not from a
relief from the boredom of social
life. The kind of women who are to
drive their family cars along the
roads for us don't get bored with
life. They are in dead earnest, and -they
have something they are sure is
worth saying to the friends and
neighbors they meet along their way.
"No district will be too remote or
obscure to be included in this can
vass. It is another step toward
realizing that electing a President is
the people's own business and that
the good citizen's duties are not con-.'
fined to voting on election day."
There will be sub-centers of the'
automobile campaign in the large;
cities of the West, and each Demo-1
cratic County Chairman will provide ,
headquarters for the automobile cam-:
paign in his district.
The Women's Bureau Is urging'
patriotic women all over the country j
to join in this work. Any woman in-!
terested is invited to notify the
Bureau at No. 80 East Forty-second
Street, New York City, so that the !
territory in which she wishes to:
work may be allotted to her and ar-,
rangements made for supplying her-
with literature, buttons and auibmo-l
Miss Marie Louise Burgs and bar:
sister, of Westfield, N. Y., have vol-1
untanly covered the territory within
twenty miles of their home, dia-i
tributlng literature to over 1,0001
farmers. Miss Burgs writes the!
nr , r . t a- '
National Headcmarters asking for
more literature in order that she may
cover the ground again in the in
terest ox tne re-election ox president
Wilson. This work ia being dona
to loan on Salem business and resi
dence property Thos. A. Roberts.
05 U. 8. Nat'l Bank bldg.
rfONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms.
3omer H. Smith, room 9 McCornack
Bldg.. Salem, Ore., Phone 96.
By Mort. M. Burger.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
8alem Elestrls Co., Masonie Temple, 127 North High Kala IB
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. U. Barr, 1M South Commercial street Kala "jM
" TRANSFER AND CRAYAGB
Salem Truck k Dray Co, corner State ana Front streets Vila.
No. 1(1 Oregon Eipress 8 :55 a.m.
N. 2-i Coos Bay 8:52 p.m.
No. 28 Willamette Limited ...0:22a.m.
No. 12 Khasta Limited 11:55 a.m.
Na 18 Portland l'assenger ...1:35p.m.
No. 14 l'ortland Eiprens .... 7:55p.m.
No. 2T Portland tat freight 12 :01 a. m.
No. 22(1 Local way Freight... 10:20a.m.
No. lSI.Callfornla Express ...11:05a.m.
No. 17 Ashland Passenger. .. .8 :82 a. m.
So. 23 Coos Bay 10:111a. m.
No. 10 Cottage Grove Pass. ..4:16p.m.
Makes connection with N. 74 Geer
No. 11 Shasta Limited S :43 p.m.
Na. 27 Willamette Limited ...(1 :20p.m.
No. 18 Ban Fianclaco Express 10:05p.m.
No. 221 Ban Frunclsco 1'ast
No. 225 Local way Freight. .. .11 :40a. m.
BiLiii Gma Linb.
No. 73 Arrives at Balem 0:15a.m.
No. 70 Leaves Balem 0:50 a.m.
No. 75 Ar. Balem (mixed) ...,2:00p.m.
No. 74 Leave Balem S :05 p. m.
No connection south or (Jeer.
fttuu. Falls Citt and Wistiix
No. 101 I t. Balem, motor 7:O0a.m.
No. 108 Lv. Balem, motor 0:45a.m.
No. 105 Lv. Balem for Monmouth
and Alrlle 1 :40p. m.
No.1fl'i Lv. Balem, motor 4:00 p.m.
No. 100 Lv. Balem, motor 6:15 p.m.
No. 239 Way Fr't lv. Balem. .. .B :00 a. m.
M !. Ar. Balem
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No. 164 Ar. Balem
No. 106 Ar. Balem
No. 108 Ar. Balem
No. 170 Ar. Salem
No. 240 Way Fr't ar Salm.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Oregon City Traiuporlatton Company.
The Grahamoni leaves Balem for Port
land at S o'clock on mornings of Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday. No boat south
of Balem. Boat leavos l'ortland Tuesday,
Thursday and Batutday mornings until
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Washington, D. C. Nov.ll
DB MOLAY COMMANDER?, No. 5, K.
Regular conclave fourth Friday In each
month at 8 o'clock p. m., In Masonic
Temple. Sojourning Blr Knights are
courteously Invited to meet with as.
Lot L. Pearce, B. C, Frank Turner,
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
?on Cedar Camp. No. 624U, meets every
humday evening at 8 o'clock In Me
Cornack hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Elevator service. Geo. Helnohl,
V. C.J J. A. Wright. Clark.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet every
l-rlday night at 8 o clock In McCerntca
block. A. J. Bwelnlnk, C C ; U B. Geer,
clerk, 807 Court Street Pbone 60S,
SALEM LODGE !fc , A. F. A A. II
Stated communications firat Friday la
each month at 7 :30 p. ra. In the Masonic
Temple. Cbas. McCarter, W. M. j 8. Z.
'JNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly,
r,o. 84, meets every Wednesday at 8 p. a.
In Moose ball. C. O. Matlock, M. A. j
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, Crown Drug
store, 838 State street.
l. O. C. W Protection Idge Na. 2,
Meets every Monday evenlni at 8 la tht
McCornack ball corner Court and Liberty
streets. A. E. Aufrance, M. W.i 8. A.
McFadden. recorder ; A. L. Browa,
financier; R. B. Duncan, treasurer.
OltEUON EI.ECTBIC RAILWAY CO.
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CENTRAL LODGE, Na 18, K. of P. Mc
Cornack building. Tuesday evening of
each week at 7 :30. C. B. Barbour, C. C. I
W. B. Ull.on. K. of It. and 8.
R. N. of A "Oregon Grape Camp," Nov
land, nceta every Thursday evening
MK'ornuck building, yourt and Liberty
streeta : elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Bchaur-fv
1701 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 1206 North Commercial.
I'hone 1436 M.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Kee'tr,
president; Mrs. Lou Tlllaon, secretarw.
All cases of cruelty or neglect of duira
animals should be reported to tie
secretary for Inrettlgation.
BODSON COr.NCII,. No. 1. R. 8. M.
atated aasembly first Monday In eadk
month, Masonic Temple. N. P. Humus
en. Thrice Illustrious Master; Glenn C
9ALEM COl'NCIL NO. 2022 Knights and
Ladies of Security Meets every 2nd nrd
4th Wednesduy each month at Huivt
Hall. Visiting members are Invited 1
attend. K. F. Walten, financier, 480 R.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. A. J.
Stated communications third Frlcley
In each month Bt 7:30 p. m. In tb
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W. kL
Krnest U. Cuoate, secretary.
CIIINESH MEDICINE AMD
Has medicine which will enrs
Any known Disease
Ocen Sundays from 10:00 a. m.
bStil 8:00 p. m.
153 South High Btxet
Zam, Oregon. ttsu SZZ