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NEW CAR BROUGHT
IN TO PRINGLE FLAT
riUNQLK FLAT, April 3. Poter
llalknoyer Is In from Bond with a
llobort Pearson mado a trip to
Pxlnovlllo and return last week.
P. Q. Ilompol returned Friday to
Ills homestead, -bringing his brldo
Mrs. 8dttelmoyor and children and
Mrs. Stetson and nloco, Lithan Ham
lin, spent Sunday -with Mrs. Danlol
son. Doll Davis and family aro back on
the home ranoh attain.
Mr. Stevenson Is in Prlnovlllo on
Frod Cottlngham ot Othello,
"Wash., who has been visiting his
father, A. S. Cottlngham, tho past
weok, has returned to his home.
Airs. V. Q. Itompol roturned Wed
nesday to tho valley.
F. J. Hamlin was down from tho
sawmill Saturday. Ho expects to
movo down shortly.
Miss Nina Evans returned Thurs
day from Dend, whero she has been
having soma dental work done.
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(Contlnuod from rage 1.)
LEAGUE AT LOWER
BRIDGE HAS MEETING
LOWER BRIDGE, April 3. A. J.
Fuller. I. A. Hunt. John Calvcrloy
and Ous Btadig attended K. P. lodgo
In Redmond Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Kotrman of Bend
and 8lgna and Jennlo Norcn woro
visitors wt Lower Bridge Sunday.
L. A. Hunt was a Bend visitor Sat
urday. Gus Stadlg was In Redmond Tues
day. Naomi atfd Marlon Hosklns, Mar
garet Walters, D. Veddor, Darwin
Walters, C. F. Hosklns, Frank Now
bold and Frank Chapman repeated
tho minstrel show at Cloverdalo Fri
Tommy McKuno, Omar Hosklns,
A. S. iHolmes and Carl Larson at
tended the Council club meeting Fri
Tho Good Citizens' leaguo held a
meeting at tho school house Saturday
Mrs. L. F. Rico, Dorothy Rice, Geo.
Scott and Tom Qulgley were Red
mond visitors Saturday.
Mrs. A. J. Fuller, Mrs. C. F. Hos
klns and Marlon Hosklns attended
lodge In .Redmond Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaeger and family at
tended church at Bend Sunday.
SISTERS MAN IS
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Nomination papers aro being cir
culated in the Slstors section on be
half of Meredith Bailey of Sisters,
who seeks tho Republican nomina
tion for county commissioner. Mr.
Bailey Is a prominent rancher of the
Sisters section and is well known in
Bead, where ho has many friends.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Miss Mildred Sellers and August
Lenz were married yesterday by Rev.
J. H. Brono, pastor of tho Lutheran
church, at tho homo of the bride's
parents on Franklin avenue. Tho
couple will leave tomorrow for
Lewlston, Idaho, where they expect
HE CAN IlEST FINE NOW.
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and bladder trouble," writes F. B.
Fairbank, 56 Grand River Ave., W.
Detroit, Mich. "Had to get up six
or seven times during the night.
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the best medicine I have ever taken."
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BALL PLAYER HURT.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
LA PINE, March 30. During the
noon Intermission at school Thurs
day, George Rose, pitcher on the La
Pine high school ball team, in slid
ing to second base suffered a severe
sprain and temporary dislocation of
his right ankle. The injury will
probably put him off the team for
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Exporlenco proves that Foley's
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medicine for children for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough.
Tdrs. M. E. Schlarb, C5C Oakland
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her. I cannot praise it too highly."
Sold everywhere. Adv.
port to tho mlllago ibtll. By passago
of this bill no money will bo asked
from tho next legislature ior any
military purposes whatsoever, Is tho
promtso ot Ha authors, and in tho
light of this assertion "there eoemB
to bo excellent chances for Its pass
ing. It Is pretty safo to assumo that
a patriotic press, which has given Its
undivided allogianco to ovory pa
triotic measure, will also fall In bo-
hind tho movo and tho defonso coun
cil looks for a great majority In
favor of It
Bills Arc Numerous.
In addition to tho measures men
tioned, others whch will bo on tho
ballot Include a bill to prohibit com
mercial fishing, bills from C. S. Jack
son of the Portland Journal to cut
out delinquent -tax publications and
to establish a now rate for publica
tion ot logal notices, a bill for South
ern and Eastern Oregon normals, a
bill for a now stato school, and pos
sibly bills for repealing tho ?6,-
000,000 road bond issuo and further
regulating road work. Still othor in
itiative measures aro looked for.
Tho Jackson bills aro claimed by
him to bo inspired by an intenso pa
triotic fervor -which pormeatcs toim
through and through in tho interests
of tho taxpayers, but others aro 1n
cllned to tho belief that they aro
somewhat actuated by motives ot re
vonge. Sam Jackson has made a
million or moro In 4ho nowspaper
game, growing up from tho country
ranks, and now ho turns and scorns
tho baso degrees by Which ho did
ascend. Through his henchmen he
tried Ro slip the delinquent tax repeal
over on the 1917 legislature, but fell
down when his motives woro exploit
ed. Wbothcr ho can buffalo tho
people remains to bo scon.
Tho Non-Partisan league, which
was considered a bugaboo to some of
tho candidates early in the race, ap
parently Is dwindling Into insignifi
cance. Constant reports ot tho al
leged asslnlno activities of tho leaguo
in the Dakotas seem to make it ap
pear less of a monace here, and whilo
the league -will get some Tracking the
great rank and file ot farmers are
going to rather gun shy, if state
ments heard from various sources
aro to bo depended upon. Whatever
occurs, the league will not be a form
idable organization In tho next legis
lature. From (the very fact that the
candidates will bo lined up at the
primaries and practically elected by
the middle ot May, thcro seems Ilttlo
hope of the Ieasguo getting by with
any material advantage at tho gen
Oregon already has the initiative,
referendum, recall and the numerous
bits of popular legislation which
gavo tho league its strong hold in tho
limited middle western territory it
covers and tho league's propagand
ists will not have the shouting capac
ity here thati they had in a corpora
tion ridden state.
Pierce for Governor.
Walter Pierce of Union county now
has Ills' namo up as Democratic can
didate for governor and it is gener
ally considered that he wishes to be
tho standard bearer for tho Non
Partisan leaguo. His advent makes
it rather tough on Bob Smith, editor
of tho Tax Liberator at Rosoburg.
Bob was side kick of Pierce when
tho C per cent, limitation amendment
was put over and tho two have been
tho staunchest braves of tho Tax
payers' leaguo. Some time ago Bob
mado a trip caau and came back
shouting about the menace of tho
Non-Partisan league. Linked up as
ho Is with Walter, and Walter's posi
tion in tho Taxpayers' league and bit
inclination toward tho Non-Partisa
leaguo -will cauBO even foxy Bob a fov
wrinkles before ho decides whlcl
way to flop.
Ono thing is sure. If Walter oik'
the Non-Partisan league ever ge
Into control together tho capital a
Salem will ho converted no mnn'
ilpnafactpry turning out TJ-contl-
motor statutes ait tuo rato ot a hun
dred n day. What tho leaguo will
bo unablo to think ot lru tho lino ot
freak legislation will bo glootully
supplied by Walter and thoy will
plaster tho statute books with ovory
thing ittiafc Is now and kill everything
that is now among thoso proaont.
Harvey Starkweather ot MlhvaukU
Is tho only othor Democratic (guber
natorial candldato so far appearing,
Will 11. King, Democrat, formorly
ot Eastern Oregon, ono itttuo Justice
ot tho supremo court, and now so
licitor tor tho reclamation servico at
Washington, has formally ontorod
tho race as Domoorntlc candldato for
tho United States senate. Thoro aro
Bomo who feol that It Stnnflold 14
nominated King will have a good
chance If ho can boat Sam Whlto,
also Democratic candldato for (tho
Moser Figuring High.
Mathematical Mosor's deductions
as to his placo in tho governorship
raco, as recently published, are Im
portant It true. -Multnomah's wizard
ot addition can fairly mako tho
paper sing with his paeans of victory.
Ho says ho will corao out ot Mult
nomah with 16,000 to tho good and
that tho upstate or downatato voto,
whichever It is, will bo so sadly split
botweon his opponents that tho
farmers "will cut down his load to
no moro than 10,000 at it ho most.
Thoso who havo examined tho Moser
statoment, and aro pretty familiar
with public sentiment, nay that tho
only outstanding fcaturo in tho state
ment is his assertion that all of his
opponents are good men.
Four years ago ho says ho carried
Multnomah by about 4,000 plurality,
At that tlmo, howovor, ho was backed-
by a solid wet organization with
soveral hundred whlto aproned
boosters advertising their candidate
from behind ovory bar In Portland.
That organization 1ms now melted
llk'e tho mists 'boforo tho morning
sun. Ho also calls attontion to the
fact that thrco years ago thoro wore
eight candidates, ot which number
four woro from Portland and two
from Oregon City, within a fow miles
of Portland. Gus now labors on tho
assumption that ho mill got all tho
vote that was cast for tho othor thrco
from Portland, inorcly because ho Is
resident ot Multnomah county.
hooauso the votorn didn't wish to
support him. TheNOregon CUy oruvJ
dldatos woro pledged to prohibition
and consequently ho need expect to
got nono ot tholr voto at this dele
tion attor hla following bocamo so
markod throo yoars ago, Simpson
will also cut a big chunk from
Mosor's Multnomah county following
as ovory roport Indicates that ho Is
playing hla atrong cards In Multno
mah county on top ot Mosor's own
lUwx! on Old Vote.
Moser also claims ho will recolvo
a largo voto in tho Wlllamotto valloy,
basing it considerably upon tho
valley voto ot throo yoars ago. Throo
years ago ho rocolved tho voto of tho
valloy wots and not much moro.
Thoy aro now located In tho samo
section ot tho country as tho wt
who cut tho figure In Portland throo
years ago. Moser will receive a
mighty small porccntago ot votes In
tho Wlllamotto valloy, or ovory po
litical dopestor of any nstutonrws in
this section has lost hts ncunion.
Ho states ho has covered about
ono-hnlf of tho stato already and will
cover tho bnlanco boforo tho pri
maries. If ho does hla strength will
Tho writer can placo his fingers on
halt a dozen letters rocolved from
Central Oregon slnco Moaor mado his
famous visit there and each ot these
letters boars tho roport that Mosor's
visit coat him at least 20 per cent,
ot his doubtful Htrongth In that sec
tion. If ho keeps this record good
throughout the balance of tho stato
ho will not havo to remain up very
late on tho night ot tho 17th ot May
to discover (that ho Is not wanted.
Olcott Center of Fire.
These facts aro summarized moro-
ly to Indicate that thoro Is no rea
son to change tho recent statement
that tho raco la between Wlthycombo
and Olcott and lhat Moser, Simpson
and Andorson will be chalked up as
also rans whon tho dust dies away
at tho wiro. ,
Tho ammunition wagons aro being
drawn up and tho offenslvo working
out against tho Olcott sector by tho
various candidates. Simpson Is so
liciting support for" hlmsolt In tho
different counties ho Is visiting, but
requesting tho voters, it thoy find
thoy cannot glvo him tholr support,
to throw Jt to Wlthycombo. In tact,
Olcott Is tho center ot flro and "Any
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NORTH PORTLAND. OREGON
considered a negllglblo factor and
this in realized by the candidate.
Tho Portland Tolegram U an example
ot tho general situation, that paper
not appearing for any particular can
didate so far, but dlroctlng all of Us
attontion to attacking Olcott. Many
bollovo that tho Telegram Is gutting
ready to support Moser, thin bolng
argued from Its repeated attacks on
the ntato highway lommtiilon, a
body appointed by Governor Wlthy
combo. Moor and tho Telegram
seem to be Joining hands In this at
tack and its atlltudo 4s hard to ex
plain from any other anglo hut that
it contemplates sotting behind
Gus seems to forget tho fact that tho thing to beat Olcott" is tho slogan,
reason ho didn't get the voto ot tho Olcott's strength has been too well
othor three Portland candidates was demonstrated In past elections to bo
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