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j Wood Lead of
296 In Finals
' .r-nvllle May 25. Complete hur lake reservation in Harney coun
1 "SST canvass of the vote of Yam- would be ceded to the federal gov
lSK'cU1. ca" v ,Voo(j H35. Johnson i ernment
fl vow tor Lodge for vice presi
' - WU 11505-
i,i,.ntil electors Hume re-
f Si 1 77 Robb 1742, Richardson
iHotchkiss 1697. George 1458,
1408, Lockwood 138S. Hea-
flfafctrlct delegates to the repub
l.?.v.ntion. Tooie 1994. Booth
g Wrightman 921. Adams 905.
jJSt large. Carey 1099. Ma-
-m McCamant. 1006, Rand 92t,
SIS.' 914, Butler 842, Boyd 780.
f luT 752 Olson 665. Harrison 80.
field'for senator received 1932
t Abraham 902.
I'mtV 845. Parsons 529. Wood
lilSkley 429. Jones 274, Schulder
t '' 231. Coburn 141.
Intel's vote was "20 and Com-
iLvote for senator In the 24th dis
ftrictwas: Edwards 1251, Dennis 1134,
Pitfpwsentative 14th district Beals
fill!. Rowe 983.
Representatives 13th district, Ed
I&rey and C. il. LaFollette.
I S. L Conner was nominated for
'district attornew by the republicans.
He will be opposed by Roy Sparka,
For the remainaer oi me rouiujr
wkrt the democrats put up no candi:
ktes and the following republicans
re nominatea: snenu, trans a.
ftrpison; clerk, C. B. Wilson; treas
mt, Nellie D. Dobson; assessor, W.
W, Nlckell; surveyor, H. W. Herring;
rtool superintendent, S. S. Duncan;
tommissioner, George S. Zimmercan;
toroner, Glen JIacy.
The state measures all received a
large affirmative Vote. The totals
follow: Eminent domain, yes 2582, no
1333; road limitation, yes 2661, no
1(25; capital punishment, yes 2621, no
HS7; Crook and Curry, yes 1920, no
1115; successor to governor, yes 318
M 1632; higher education, yes 2347;
jo 1997; soldiers aid, yes 211, no
1134; elementary schools, yes 2704, no
1(36; blind school, yes 2780, no 1315.
C0RRECT VOTE 123456- 6....6
Unofficial returns given in the Mon
day issue of the Capital Journal by
error gave Verilen M. Moffitt a leftd
of 200 over Chief John T. Welsh in
He race for the city nomination for
thief of police. -The
actual standing in this city con
test was: Moffitt, 1501; Welsh 1414.
This gives a total of 87 votes in Mof
Stt's favor and places both men be
fore Salem voters ln the city election
Later tabulations up to the present
time have not changed this count,
which will be officially checked with
To Provisions - Of
Objection to the provisions of the
Koosevelt bird refuge act now being
initiated In Oregon for a place on the
November ballot, is taken by State En
flneer Cupper who declares that the
Imperfect Eyes Do j;
M Always Mean j:
Quite often, even with, imper
; feet eyes, good vision Is o.b-
N tained by straining them. Just
as long as eyes can obtain, by
era exertion, perfect ' vision '
they wni d0 so and lt ,a tMg
continual effort from morning
night, and day after day
'hat causes so much fatigue,
o much nervousness and so
"any headaches! ' ",' .
Tou know what a hardship. It
t to strain the muscles of
Sour back all day long, or to
walk continuously hour after
,lu can better aPPre
"ate the strain upoh the deli
niuscles of the eye when
'wy are subjected to this se-
-SmVarfec...ln tryinB 10 V'er-
"!Lyour eve are Imperfect
DrLra retaid'ng your own
ZT ,U,ure trouV. tha't f
miy be ou ta ri , , 4
'' you do not know th
' Wr eyes. Or, if ypu
'bie fn; lney ar rePJ
htaLlr. nervous disorders.
nd fij iiicm exar
"a find out for certain.
"ato,1lp? Wlth both the
xiriln rumem8 and the
perlence to nrot,.n dl...
needs, and have
- j iiR mem 10 w
Mete . operate a com-
can d T,.Bnnain P'ant
can rii .. """Uln P'ant and
"a they are ordered.
HeW7 E. Morris Co.
--'1 Bank of Com-
t meree Bunding
proposed measure would seriously in
terfere with the water rights of set
tlers on the Elitzen and Silvies rivers,
tributaries to Malheur lake.
. Under the provisions of the proposed
act all the right and title of the state
to all lands within the
dartes of and In and to all the waters
both within and tributary to h ii.
in my opinion,
Cunner Man,. i
to Bear & Cunning ham con
sulting engineers. Portland. "the pass
age of this, bill would place in the
hands of the federal government the
absolute control of all unappropriated
waters tributary to Malheur lake. The
principal streams Involved are the
Blitzen and Silvies rivers. From both
streams considerable areas have been
irrigated but upon both streams very
s irrisKiion aeveiopments are re-
ing planned. Eighty thousand acres
w . uwi's onviea river nave recent
ly been included in an irrigation dis
trict and it is proposed to construct
one or more large reservoirs on Silvies
river for the storage of the waters of
this stream for irrigation purposes.
"Certain rights have been Initiated
on both the Blitxen and Silvies rivers
which may take precedence over the
conveyance, of these lands and watei
to the federal government but they are
preliminary in character and should
the people enact this measure some
plan would doubtless be evolved to
question the validity of these hnngs
and thereby exclude any development
which would interfere in any way with
the bird reserve.
Caused By "Red"
Leaders y Belief
Buenos Aires. The student's strike
at the University of La Plata, which
culminated recently in a shooting af
fair in a lecture room and the killing
of one of a group of students taking
an examination, is attributed by some
newspapers to the Incitement of poli
ticians and by others to "the absorp
tion of anarchistic ideas" by student
The tragedy was the most serious
of a number of nets of violence on the
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If you want to keep your hair fti
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Most soaps and prepared shampoos
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enough to last everyone in the family
for months. , (adv)
"Gcts-It" Loosens Them so
Lift Off In a Jiffy
The corn pains cease as soon aa
n few drons or "ueis-n reauu uw
corn. It goes out of the hurting bus
For a day or so the corn remains,
getting looser and looser and with
out a twinge from it. Then, It gets
so loose that you Just lift It right off
without even feeling It, and cast It
away. That's how easily and simply
"Gets-It" disposes of the corn nuis
ance. "Gets-It", the unfailing, guaran
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world'a best corn remedy by J. C.
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the university, including an enlarge-' War ,vhools calmli' ordered Chief
ment of the rights in the control of the' Pie-A-Pot to gvt out within ten min
administration already possessed by'utes.
the student body, the strikers took dos-i tk ,. . ,
session of various of the unt erv! the 0rJer" Steele
buildings on four occasions and eject- i garbed ln re1 coat dismounted and
ed the faculty. The faculty have had Ieapd over Pie-A-Pot s squatting fig
to call on the police to oust them hav-: u;, through the tepee door and kick
ing been powerless to maintain disci- i ed out th center pole, bringing down
lme. , , the tent on Pie-A-Pot' and his souaws. '
"5 reiornis nf lha uriv.i;.-.
TV,,, i - - 1
c aviitvc was ai iirsi regarded
"college boy nonsense," but was soon manhandling the head of the tribe ov
given a serious aspect by the newspa-! rawed the Indians and they at once
pers because of evidence that the , staltl to obey his order,
ringleaders were actuated by bolslms :
meas and because it has led to threats;
by the Federal administration to re -
move Governor Grotto of Buenos Aires
province and appoint an "interveneor'
to rule in his stead.
t (WIOUS MOUtlted
Police TAre Given
Ottawa. Wearers ofthe "scarlet and
gold" of the Nortwest Mounted Police
on February 1st renamed the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police are now
charged with the enforcement of fed
eral laws in all provinces of Canada.
It is. for Instance, as though the New
York police force, had its "beat" ex
tended from the metropolis to San
Francisco. Many of these intrepid of
ficers are sons of aristocratic British
families and are veterans of the Great
The metamorphosis of the great or
ganization known as the Northwest
Mounted Police, organized in 1873,
the Canadian Northwest was a sort of
"No Man's Land" recalls some of the
heroic exploits of its members. One of
the earliest of these was the nervy ac- j
tion of the late General Sir Sam
Steele, then a sergeant. A camp of j
hostile Cree Indians were obstructing !
the building of the Canadian Pacific
railway. Sergeant Steele, accompanied
by a constable, rode into the midst of
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A8 for nil Medium Brown Shades
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! .The sustenance to be found
in our bread will give you
vim and build up your bodi
ly vigor. Didn't you ever
try our bread? If not it is
about time you started.
Order a loaf of it to-day.
PHILIP WINTERS, Prop.
170 N. Com'!. St ' Phone 141 j
AT POPULAR PRICES
IS A PLEASURE"
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
e" k" ouwuuiir ana
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The audacity of Steele's act in thus
Vi C Amarirnn
London. "Americas industrial
troubles are only beginning," said W.
T. Griffiths, of the Iron and Steel
Trades confederation, who has just re
turned from a trip to America, to a
news agency interviewer.
"I have been most impressed with.
the dire lni'k nf miirhnon in ,tn.-iA
- - -- . j 1 1 1 1 1 J l ,
for settling Industrial disputes, espec-'
ciany in the iron and steel trade," he
went on, "ln that respect we are years
ahead of America." Mr. Griffiths ad
ded that he found several choas In ev
Fear of American competition, he
continued, was more fictitious than
real, and he was thoroughly convinced
that England had a wonderful oppor
tunity for recovering its former posi
tion in the foreign markets.
"In one thing America excels," Mr.
Griffiths concluded. "The output of
their steel mills would, be almost In
of Furniture, Ranges, Ileatera,
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870 N. Com'I ..St. Phone S10
HOME OF THE VICTROL A
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
. AT THH
Have you been wearing your old shoes waiting for prices to
comedown If so, wait no longer, for you can now buy de
pendable footwear for less than present factory prices. We
bought heavily before the recent advances, so, by sacrificing
our profits, we can
Away Below Factory Prices
Ladies1 $5 and $6 Shoes
Black kid and patent leather shoes,, button
high or low heels, all sizes
Ladies' $6 and $7 Shoes
Black kid and cloth top shoes, button or
lace, high or low heels, all sizes at
Hanan $12 and $15 Shoes
Black kid button or lace, Hanan7 make in
small sizes only. If your size is in the lot
Ladies' $10 Shoes
Ladies' brown calf vamp, cloth top, Cuban
or Louis heels, all sizes
Ladies' $11 Shoes
Black all kid lace shoes, Cuban or Louis
heels, our regular $ 10 leader
' Ladies' $12 and $13 Shoes
Gun metal, brown calf or black kid shoes,
low or high heels, lace
Ladies' $10 and $12 Pumps
Very latest black" kid pump with or with
out buckles, military or Louis heels
Ladies' $12 Oxfords
White kid oxfords, long pencil toe, Louis
heels just received for summer wear.
to th, average British iron and
Yanks In Other
Armies Given Vote
Wheeling, W. V. The right of an
American to vote has not been forfeit
ed if he has sworn allegiance to a for
eign allied nation to aid in the prose
war. aecorduiE to a nnt
I ruling of Attorney General E. T. Eng-
land .of West Virginia.
The ruling was made nl the case, of
Albert Marshall, of Wheeling, who had
been denied the right to vote becauee
he enlisted with Canadian troops at
the beginning of the world war. How
ever, he joined the American army
when the first of the expeditionary for
ees arrived overseas.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY BEST.
MADH TO ORDER TO Fit
140 Court Street
FOR LONQ DISTANCE
WB ALSO DO LOCAL
Takes the place of hout
lining for less.
Max 0. Buren
170 North Commercial
L. M. HUM
Yick So Tong
Shines Medloln and Tea Co.
Ha medicine which will cur
any known disease.
Open Sunday from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
161 South High Street
Salem, Oregon. Phon tSt
sell you shoes at,
ICE SHOE CO,
Bndupest In Need. !
I Budapest. Figures have bten made!
public here to show that about 500.-
000 nersnns arA in wnnt in tHta fiiv
They include 50,000 war widows and
ill persons and 240.000 dependants up
on those two classes.
W. R Hildebrandt
J7 North Commercial street
SATURDAY, SUNDAY NIGHTS
Ladles Skate Free Friday
Ladles Skates 10c Tuesday and
FOR THE INTERIOR
OF YOUR HOME
Will Prove Best
Beautiful pastel shades which are permanent
MAX 0. BUREN
179 North Commercial Street
. Men's Dress Shoes
One broken lot men's black calf blucher
.lace shoes, regular $9 and $10 shoes,
special half price
Men's $10 Shoes
Black or brown calf shoes, blucher lace
high or medium toes, all sizes
Men's $11 and $12 Shoes
Black or brown, blucher or bal lace, Eng
lish, wide or high toes, all lasts .
Men's $13 Shoes
Men's black or brown blucher or bal lace,
English or round toe, all lasts
" $895 ;
' Men's $14 and $15 Shoes
Latest style brown or black blucher or bal
lace, English or staple last, all sizes
. Men's Elk Bah
Brown elk bals, the best dry weather shoe
made, cost f 3.50 at factory at present
Men's Brogue Oxfords
Latest novelty brown broques, English
last, bal hc regular $18
Men's $15 Oxfords
Men's Florsheim made brown calf Oxfords
English last, all sizes,
Sales conducted everywhere. Farm
sales S percent; city sales S percent
, We save you money on advenislut?
- (M W K Wrifut ASCilOnfiST
Also Junk Of All Kind
Beet Price Guaranteed
'Capital Junk Co.
The Square Deal House
171 Chemeketa Bt Phon til
BUYS and SELLS
170 N. Commercial St.
" ' f.
Brown calf shoes, blucher lace,
sizes 8 'a to 12 and misses' sizes
12 to 2. Tvegular $5 and $6
$2.95 and $3.95
Youth's and Boys'
Black calf blucher lace, sizes 11
tto 2 and boys' sizes 21 to 6,
regular $5.00 .
At a snap td close the line, reg
ular $10 and $12 loggers
Our Repair Shop
Is equipped with latest machin
ery for prompt work.
At Half Price on Wednesdays
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