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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 25, 1916, Woodland, California WOODLAND DAILY DEMOCRAT, WOODLAND CALIFORNIA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1916 Woodland Daily Democrat b tbr WoodUnd PofroeW v Srcand C2u> TVte Editorial Paige A NEWSPAPER OF CHARACTER Springfield Republican HaiaMhusetta ABLE. INDEPENDENT. RCADABLB OMabllahed ID IBM Samuel Bowles) DAILY 'IS; WEEKLY n A YEAR. With War Raging and Presidential Cam- paign'Approaching READ A Fearless, Clear- Thinking Newspaper fiftd by Trued Students of the World's Affairs SUBSCRIPTION RATES DAILY (Morning) year, a quarter. 70 centa a month, 1C centa a week. 3 cenU a copy. DAILY aid SUNDAY. a year. a quarter, 85 a 20 centa a week. SUNDAY; ft year. 60 .eenta a quarter. 5 a copy. WEEKLY n a year, 25 cento ft quarter, 10 month. 1 eenta copy. .Specimen copies cent tree on Weekly Ucaa fpr.three, weeks to anyone who wiabei to tt Anntbecrlptlona are payable Addriee THE REPUBLICAN, -SprlntfleldV SUBSCRIPTION KATRa one year (poatafe aaM.....16.08 mootlw...............IH >aily. -..........1.15 per mootb by carrier..'.... .W Weekly, year Weekly, us Weekly, three otootne........... .K Woodland Carrier Subscriptions are Payable Monthly, at W. a Huatort Office, in Hugh! Ca'e Wore. Elihu Root as a Member of the Senate and as a Critic of President Wilson President Wilson wrote In one of his letters to his former secretary of war: I have bad a delightfully frank conference with Mr.' Hay, and told him I was perfectly willing to consider any plan that would give us a national (army) reserve under un- mistakable national control: and would support any such scheme if con- vinced of its adequacy and wise pol- icy." This has not the sound of a yielding to political expediency or the acceptance of any workable make- shift. To leave no doubt of bis pur- pose, the president-in another part of the correspondence "No one will expect me to acquiesce in any proposal that I regard as inadequate or illusory." Mayor C'has. Bryan, brother to J. Bryan and candidate, for the Democratic nomination for governor of Nebraska.' says: "As touching na- tional affairs and the national Demo- cratic administration, I yield first place to no man In approval of the great works accomplished by Presi- dent Wilson and the Democratic con- gress, nor in advocacy of the renoml- natlon and re-election of President Wilson." Those who have been pre- dicting that the Bryans oppose President Wilson seem doomed to be disappointed. We especially commend this statement to the Oakland Trib-! une, which professes to believe that. Mr. Bryan will try to prevent nomination of President Wilson. the We have heretofore called atentlon One of the most astonishing stories Penrose has laid down the; that ever got lnto lnt from law that, if the Republicans carry the to the act that there are a number of nm thelr flrst duty wll, be Republicans who do not he.lt.te to to enact a tariff law wlth prohibltive JJ. nofdu8 duttes. When that has been done the esand NOW-la the time to fll atVttftl ot wlhlel' ahead of you yonr piece of mind: win be than worth the.coirt of the repaired roof. Do it now- and 'you will not have to put np with and the dlicomf ort. that With It. Brown J t. .W. SAVAGE, Phone 93 Weet'Main St'; stultify themselves and repudiate their own records, so persistent are they In their efforts to discredit President Wilson. They absolutely refuse to agree with him upon any public pol- icy. Additional evidence of this is found in EHhu Root's most recent speech, in which he m'ade a savage at- tack upon the administration's Mex- ican policy, charging neglect of duty In the failure to protect American lives and property. Mr. Root was a member of the sen- ate and a.leader of his party in 1911, during the-closing years of the Taft administration. Revolution was ram- pant In Mexico at that time and there almost dally reports of the mnr- :der of. 'American citizens and the de- struction'or confiscation of American Conditions were probably steamers. If the government ought thafl they are now, but PrfsHtp have a mercantile fleet, this Is an dent Taftr refused to .be entirely proper way of raising the to ptomaines, but to anarchist Ideas tarlff commission Idea can be taken and the literature of the I. W. W. In "P as something purely academic, in-i which the chef had steeped his mind. tended to tne states. It is difficult for any rational person but not with serious Mention of doing to understand how any man. not pal- anything According to all political: pably Insane, could get himself'into a Precedent this will mean the election; state of mind in which he could sea- of a Democratic congress with aj son the soup with. arsenic, but such thumping majority In 1D1S. Thus Is things do occur. What Is striking the tarIB to be teken ot about the Chicago affair Is the whole- sale scale on which the anarchists un- dertook the elimination of 'ecclesias- tics and men of financial position. The Rector Heating System Lends Zeal and Zest to Zero Weather A brisk walk or day's outing these crisp, snappy days Is immeasur- ably more enjoyable if, upon returning, we enter a home mellowed by the genial warmth of the Rector System of Heating and Ventilating The tired business man is refreshed and invigorated if his office be properly heated and ventilated. The apartment occupant Is happier, the hotel guest more content to remain, Jack Frost Hies out of the window, When Rector's installed on the floor. You only PRESS THE BUTTON'. It lights Itself, turns itself off. Is self-regulating, odorless and economical. Send for our handsomely Illustrated booklet. "Heating De Luxe" (sent free upon request) and learn all about this remarkable device. Rector System Gas Heating Co. 331 SUTTER STREET. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA by the G. O. P. wiseacres. The government shipping bill pro- poses the sale of of Panama canal bonds to provide the means of buying or building a fleet of merchant Leander Mann is right In saying that "a country like ours will never maintain a great standing army. There Is no danger of so-called militarism in a people of our kind or in a coun- try situated as we are." a war with that country. _' Conditions were so bad that Senator .Stone' Introduced a resolution which :sought" authorization from the senate directing President Taft to act Sen- ator Root' opposed 'the resolution and condemned the-effort to do the very 'thlng. which he now says ought to be money. The Panama canal -is not only 'a permanent Improvement, of which all future generations will have the benefit, but it is a commercial in- CltlUiLAX C ItROLAX CITROLAX Best thing for constipation, sour j stomach, lazy liver and sluggish bow- els. Stops a sick headache almost at once. Gives a most thorough and sat- vestment, a charge being made for the; use of the canal, which'; Is expected j ultimately to pay the cost of construc- tion. Nothing could .be conceived of isfactorr pain, no nau- sea. Keeps your system cleansed, j sweet and wholesome. Ask for Citro- jlax. Sold by Corner Drug Store. t declaring that such a course more properly a subject for a bond) would be a step backward in the path issue than the canal .fit civilization. From a high tariff colemporary we! In ueefor OTerthirty years, and learn that "Pottstowh's- prosperity! Conditions are the same 'now, 'or "woreei'ttfan they were four years ago. What has. happened to 'change the j has reached even a higher level, and mind of Mr Root? is iron, mills resuming, the 'inevitable, that his reasonsi CASTOBIA TMEtod You Bane BovgU. 'partisan, and that If President Wilson !had'favored.the policy'now advocated by. Mr. Root, the gentleman from New [YoVk would be adhering to his orig- many vfears- ago, but never operated problem that manufacturers begin to face Is the securing of sufficient la- bor." So great is the demand for steel and iron that a plate mill, erected Inal Idea that such a course would be ra step backward In the path of-clvll- 'ization. Senator Lewis has read into the rec- ord Mr. Root's'speech in 1912, and in Concluding he asked the follow per- tinent "Who Is behind the masters .of .the Republican party fir at 7' m The Management ;of the decided to revise their Ud. after thU date -the fpllow- tariff will prerall: ROOMS: without bath.... 1100 vp with bath op CAFB iBnakfaat Lmch 60 laaafuratlnc the the manacemeat aararea continuance of the atme standard of.aenrlce which ed a repuUUon for thta to none. now, whom do they serve by making 'war; upon.Germany? And if they do succeed, then how are they to p'ro- They confessed that after six- Iteen. years' power and at a cost 'of I over spent under the guise of national defense, there is no no navy, no aviation corps, no fortifi- cations.. Did not Senator Root hlm- self on this floor participate In the filibuster to kill the bill which would have provided ships, that might have carried our'army against an The Japanese' army 12 years ago ,was the first one in which 'the medi- cal men demonstrated that disease 'could be made less dangerous than the- enemy. Our "own experiences''as 'recently as "the' Spanish war were disgraceful, because there were so few surgeons specially trained for mili- tary service. All nations took note of what the Japanese surgeons were able to and the French medi- cal authorities now make the aston- IsMm; announcement that life in the trenches Is healthier for the soldiers than life" In the barracks was during j has been started up. And all this is under a Democratic administration and in a valley supposed to be blight- ed by the Underwood tariff! Thomas -A, Edison, wizard of the electrical world, says the war will last two years longer, the United States will not be involved the naval consulting board can make the Uni- ted States invulnerable. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c to Foley Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package .containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for lagrlppe, coughs, colds and croup, Foley" Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathar- tic Tablets. Sold by Store. Corner Drug f The inspires confi- Kidney PIIU for kldne; Dean's Ointment for skin Itchlnc. Doan'a RefuleU for a mild laxative. Sold at all drug Jewels and Jewelry Quality Price Right! F.GEWERT Woodland Cat. ITS Here! Come In and See If! YOUR MONEY IS SAFB WHEN DEPOSITED IN B AIVK CMF t COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS. V The enterprising burglar will find all his skill aqd of no avail against our steel vaulta, folly protected by an electric burglar alarm system. Safe deposit boxes to rent tram up. 4 per cent interest paid oft dwringa C. W. BUSH, President C. L. RICHMOND. Cashier E. B. HAY WARD. Asst Cashier G. N. MERRITT. Vice-Prea. R. W. BROWNING. Vice-Prea. J. A. HARBY. Vice-Prea. Phone 381-W Phone 381-R GEO. LUCK, Merchant Tailor SUITS MADE TO ORDER Woodland Sanitary Cleaning Works We call for and deliver to all parts of the city. 522% Main SL, up-statrs, Over Spaulding, the Grocer. Office Phone-95. Residence Phone -2T9-J E. L. YOUNGER General Contractor Estimates Furnished on all Classes of Construction. 327-32S PORTER BUILDING. WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA. The NEW Fairbanks- Morse FARM ENGINE Economical Simple Light Fool-Proof Construction Gun Barrel Cylinder Bore Compression EXCHANGE MEAT MARKET H. P. on skids, with BUILT-IN MAGNETO 3 H. P. 6 H. P. AU P. O. B. 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