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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 4,' 1916.
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T. A. RINEHART
For Circuit Jud?e
The Man Who Stands By the People
Kleep Oregon Money at Home
How much thought have you given to the slogan of the Brewers, : :
"Keep Oregon Money at Home, Save the.
Hop and Allied Industries?"
Do you know that the Oregon hop is almost entirely an export crop; that in their
most flourishing days the Brewers of Oregon used only a small percentage of
the hops grown in the State? This percentage is estimated to equal not more
than two per cent. When local buyers are . without orders from eastern hop
markets, did you ever know of a local brewery coming to the rescue of the
grower and purchasing his crop?
The market for the hop is entirely an eastern and foreign market which has
not been affected in the slightest degree by the fact that Oregon has gone dry.
The present low price of hops is occasioned not by a boycott as the Brewers
would have you believe, but by the fact that the Foreign Governments, now at
war, have placed an embargo upon the importation of hops into their countries
for the reason that it is necessary that their shins of commerce bring to them
onlv products of some actual food value.
The opening of breweries in Oregon would not increase the price of hops to
any perceptible degree. .From a financial and an economic point of view the only
persons who would be benefited in the least are the owners of stock in Oregon's
several Breweries. These are the men who are actually interested in this
measure and not the NURSING MOTHERS and the INVALID whom thev contend
are in need of their product.
If you would keen Oregon money at home and at the same "Km nrnvJk V
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Biair ana equiiame aestriDution oi tnis money, prohibit the brewer from manu
m lauiuiuig ucci aim uum dciuiig u m uic puu. 'Houruig man wnose money is
H needed to feed, cloth and shelter his family.
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. (jive the family of the poor laboring man an opportunity to spend his wages
for the necessities and comforts of life, rather than take those wages out of
legitimate channels of trade to eventually enrich the coffers of the Brewer.
Did you ever know of a Brewer who was actually compelled by financial cir
cumstances to go hungry? How many of his customers and customers' families
could you name who have been exactly in this condition? They have an even
break now. Let it remain as it is.
KEEP OREGON MONEY AT HOME AND GIVE IT AN HONEST AND FAIR
CHANCE TO WORK.
Vote 315 X No.
KEEP OREGON MONEY AT HOME BY PROHIBITING INTOXICATING LIQUORS
FROM BEING IMPORTED INTO THE STATE FOR BEVERAGE PURPOSES.
Vote 316 X Yes.
Marion County Dry Committee, William H. Trindle, Chairman.
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here alone Tuesday on the verdict which
the American voter registers at the
polls. There was a rush to get money
down today while the odds fluctuated
fractionally arouud 10 to 7 1-2 on
Hughes. ' .
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, former
.president and leader of the exodus from
the republican ranks four- years ago,
.made his last appeal in -behalf of re
publican Candidate Hughes at Bridge
Although the colonel' lias several times
heretofore bade farewell to politics, his
closest menus oetievc this Bridgeport
aauress may mars nig valedictory in-active
participation in politics. : ; .
Of picturesque interest in the kaleid
oscopic jumble of the "last minute" ac
tivity was the share of the windun con
tributed by the women. The special train
of women -orators of the Hughes alliance
stopped its 11,700 milo traus-contiuental
journey last night. Its feminine speak
ers were caned into service tor numer
ous stump talks here in New Vork to
day. ; :..
Iii the democratic camp, the women's
bureau sent women cartoonists over the
city, drawing campaign pictures tq il
lustrate points made by women stump
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smaller communities of the Pacific
coast, the campaign managers of both
great parties tonight will bring their
campaigns to a close with mass meet-
ngs in the larger cities.
Interest runs high. While Chester II
Rowel), national republican committee
man from California, today declared
that at. careful canvass shows that
Hughes will carry this state bv 50.000.
the AVilsonists countered with the state
ment of O. K. Cushiug, chairman of the
democratic attae central committee, this
morning that the president will have a
majority of at least 25,000 in California.
uovcrnor iliram Johnson addressed
two meetings here in bchnlf of his sena
torial candidacy last "night. Tomorrow
nignt tire women DaeKcrs of Hughes will
fire their final 'hot at Wilson with a
'lhe final Wilson rally In California
will be tonight's .gathering here, at
which Husan Walker, Fitzgerald of Bos
ton, will preside and Dudley Field 11a
lone of New York, will be the principal
Outside Pupils Must
All Pay Tuition
Peoide who do not establish n lmral
residence in Salem will 1m aslinil in
pay tuition for thnir. children who. at
tend the public, schools. This was the
position taken by the board of direct
ors at the meeting la,nt eveuing. Even
if the family livesjust across the riv
er, there, will be no exception, and such
pupils ..eoming. fropu J'olk county willi
ue asked to pay 1.1. 1, for the year h
schooling, in addition, to the $4( paid
by the county. !,.
The buildintr comniit.tpp wns instruct
ed to proceed with. .several changes in
tno neating system of the Washington
and Grant .junior high schools. The work
will be done by Nelson Bros.
A request was made to the board by
Market Inactive as
'New York, Novr 4.-The New York
Evening Wun financial review todav
Naturally little was expected of to
day's short session of the stock market,
with the disinclination of traders and
pnblic alike to take en active position
prior to election. There was little in.
the overnight news developments to
affect thecourso of prices one way .or
another. ' It has been ' repeatedly re
marked upon, (hat very rarely lf'! ever
before in presidential year has the
stock market" do largely ignore'd -a .mat
ter of - such vital unpartan to the.
country, the shaping of -its. destinies
for four years to come, ' ' '
Trading in today's market' was'quief
and prices of the leading issues in
both the industrial and railroad de
partments were little- changed al
though there was a tendency to soft
ness through lack of any buying sup
port worthy of the name. Vnited
States Steel opened 1-8 below the Fri-
d"av level,' moved, for- a. time' clOselv
around ISO 1? and then slipped easily
down to 119 7-8. Tliese movements of
the market's leader quite accurately
illustrated the movement of the gen
eral' list with out few exceptions.' '
the city and experience are my main
recommendations to you in this contest
for the office,.,.-' . . , ... ,
Most of my life baa been spent
among you, and my personal reputa
tion needs no comment from me or
anyone else to satisfy yon.
I therefore confidently submit my
candidacy to you in the hope and -'
pectation that you will pat the. seal of
your approval upon my work and either
nominate or elect me at this time to
the office of City Recorder as a re
ward of faithful service rendered to
(Pd. Adv.) . H. W. ELGIN.
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the W. C.'T. V: to place all the school
children of the city in the. prohibition
parade Monday afternoon and the pro
hibition meeting later at the armorv.
Alter considerable discussion, the board
unanimously agreed that it would be
unwise to grant the request or to dis
miss the schools betore the usual hour
in order that the children might par
ticipate in the meeting.
Republican and Progressive Nominee
for Conerrcss. will sneak at the (iniml
Opera House next Friday evening on
the political issues of the day. Con
gressman Hawley stands well with his
colleagues of both the great parties, in
both House and Henate, and from all
sections of the country. Senator Jones
ful representative of the people." Rep
resentative Bennett (Republican) of
,Now York, says: "The West has.no
Representative in Congress who is more
; respected or more influential than Mr.
, Hawley." Representative Carter Glass
I (Democrat) of Virgina, stated that he
had come in contact with no person who
bad rendered "more valuable service in
the solution of this question" (Rural
Credits). Chairman A. F. Lever, of the
Committee on Agriculture, a Democrat
from tSonth Carolina, said of Mr. Haw
ley while speaking in the House: "He
is one of the best and wisest men in the
W. J. CULVER,
(Paid Adv.) . Chairman.
- Falsehoods Circulated by Political
The. Grand Lodge of the Ananias
Club hns permanent, hearqunrtcrs in
Salem, with I)inky Dink in charge, in
order to smirch the noble character of
Max Gehlhar. What one mav hear re
garding falsehoods circulated by a few
in order to hurt the candidacj of Max
Gehlhar for district attorney cannot
at this time bear weiuht. His record as
an efficient and accommodating county
cierjf nus never ucen questioned ne i
so popular nuiong the masses that his
election to the office of district attor
ney 'is conceded by all. Turner Tribune
Ji Will Use Good Judgment V.'
Max Gehlhar is gaining votes every
day. Tbo people know he is able', hon
est and accommodating ami will 'use
giiofr judgment in conducting the office
lie will discourage bringing neighbor
hood and family rows into courts and
thetuby snve much money'.to the tax
navch's. Ho deserves vour .support and.
you Mil be glnd you gave it to him
when you see what a good oliicial lie
makes. Kditorinl," Jefferson Review,
WiU Win Sure
If popularity, and efficiency have
any thing to do with the election of a
matt to public otficc, Max liahlliar will
bo the next district attorney as sure as
the sun shines. Stavton Mail. (I'aid
Candidate For City Recorder
A Letter to the Public" "
The purpose of this open letter to
tho Voters of Salem is to remind vou
that I desire your votes nt tho Cilv
Primary election to be held Monday
November (1th, from 8 o'clock in the
morning until eight o'clock in the
There are seven candidates for tli6
nomination for the office of City
Recorder. The fitness for the 'office
and the personal record of the Candi
date should determine the way each
person should vote, and to put you In
possession of facts which I hope will
influence you to vote for nic I am ad
ddressing you in this manner as my
routine work as deputy recorder pre
vents me from making a personal ap
peal to many people; and it is. also
necessary that I should appeal to you
in the most economical manner.
For tho past six years J havfc been
the'clerk in charge of the books and
accounts of the city, and during this
period more business has been dono
than covering a period of many years
previously. If I may be permitted to
say with modesty the work has been
more fully and 'painstakingly executed
than during any other period in the
city's history. Each year the books
have been audited and their accuracy
proven publicly. I have from time to
time performed the duties of Recorder
and all of the city business has been
closely under my observation and at
tention. My experience hns therefore
fullv qualified me to do the work of
City Recorder. My faithful service to
E. E. Cooper
CANDIDATE FOB THE OFFICE OF
I believte in civil service for the police department, and in. a more
full co-operation between the police department and the home, for the
protection of young girls and boys. With the assistance 'of all good
citizens, I shall if nominated and elected enforce nil laws alike, play
ing no favorites. I earnestly solicit your support. (Paid Adv.)
A . MAN OF CHARACTER
j ' . Max Gehlhar, county .clerk -and-caidi'
'date for district attorney, is .w-itlbii
doubt the best known, strongest and
most popular candidate, in the?' coun
ty campaign. Ho has served the coun
ty faithfully. Ho has saved tho tax
payers thousands of dollars. He is al
ways courteous and accommodating;
- always on the job; and in his campaign
for district attorney is resorting to no '
:. unfair methods to influence voters, but i
is conducting a clean, dignified, honor- j:
able camaign. He will conduct the dis
trict attorney's office in the same man
ner. Voters should "not be fooled by the
frantic appeals to prejudice made by a
small but noisy class opposed to Gehl
har. He is a candidate who has made
no promises, and owes no allegiance to
any ring or faction. Ho will enforce
the law fearlessly and efficiently. No
Marion county official ever stood high
er in the confidence of the electorate
than Gehlhar, and none has ever de
served that confidence more. His abili
ty, his energy, his loyalty to the pco-'
pie, his quiet demeanor, his genial dis
position and genarol popularity are
features of his character that not only
insure his' election as district attorney,
but also presage higher political hon
ors if he cares for further political pre
ferment. Aurora Observer, Nov. 2, 19 Hi.
GEO G. BINGHAM
One of the Republican Nominees for
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Practiced Law in This District for 36
Address, Salem, Oregon
Strict ':l Efficient No
Economy " Service . Deputy
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ADOLPH A. GUEFFROYI
Candidate for the office .of
City Primary Election Nov. 6, 1916
STRICT ATTENTION TO OFFICIAL BUSINESS
J. W. COX
. CITY RECORDER
! 1 City Primaries
Circuit judge Third,
Candidate for Re-Election.
A. M. DALRYMl'LE
Please remember that the city recorder is also police judge and pre
sides over the police court. If I am elected to tbia office it shall be my
earnest desire to so conduct the police court that no boy or girl who may
be unfortunato enough to get into its toils shall aver be done an injus
tice. I will apply Twentieth century methods in the matter of dealing
with all juvenile cases. No child will be thrown into the city jail or re
commended to the reform school to long as there remains any other way
to dispose "of the case in conformity with'the law. -Many a boy has bee a
made a criminal through the stum'dity of some officer.'
" A. II. DALRYMTLE,