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"Many Are Called But Few
Are Chosen" These Will
Be Known May 19
Now that rogi-n r:i t inn ! : i v cU"cs on
April I, mi. I llio j ri in n ry elections will
lie hold May III. t ho poliii.al pot, to use
n eaniiol cxpiossiuii is doing considera
ble boiling, f HiiilMiih's Inivc nl'out .ill
t'iloil iiik! th.' 'olit niiiiis wlm hnvo (fit
Im1 cull tuo sizing ufi llnir n'Min,nt'
anil t'inriiii; jut wlmt in iiitin ti ti:i"
.cii whci tin1 I'innl I'ount i- niii.ii' lull'
mi Ihi' ewniiii: of M.iy U.
l''ni'lnii.iU' i the mini wlin li;i ; t'niir
yi-nr jnli in sijjljt llint nst nn niiinini
hnliiry itt' l."i'0 unit is U'n I suii- ol' iM
tint; it. Thnl i in-t tin' fix Hen W.
I Hi nt t is in lit I'irscnt. At li'ict ll" inn'
lin.i foini' out I'm tin' nifi't' to o!'"i-i
him. Ai'l'oi uti'.l liy tiovcrnni. WrM, hi'
"nun "i'ii'. mio lortn I'.v i'l"i't;n'i in. I
'iinnul mini' iii I'm' nnoliii'i' ti'rin.
Thoinns K. t';iniilii'll h:is nnnoii'ni'l
liis w illiiiiH's to siiT i' iini'tiior ti'rin
ihi Ihi- 1'iililii- tii'i" ifO i,i.iniiii:s'ioti at tho
rnli" nf . 1 . M nt ,i yi'iir. Kri'.t li. I'.Ui hU'l.
vim hn- I'.'i'u mm iiis,' ii ili'euty si".i1it
of woialit." nut ini'iisnii'ii ul-n rniw a
Jili joli ti'i'l h:i iiiinniiini'.l hnnsi'li nt
M I'linili.lnti' fur iii lil it Si'iin i-omur.'
yo far, no ono lins filc.i for tho (if
fioo of tinny innt fnotl .oiii'iiiioni''',
ht'lil liy .In. in 1 1. Mii'l.lo 1..'i!nu Mr.
MiiKlo iiiiiiflf nn.l it loo!s tis if ho
wonhl li:o tho vvholo tliinj. with no
I'iositi". Tho ofi'ii'O i.;iy V-'.'i'i' A
No .leiiiii. r;it hn fili'il to op oo Wil
lis ('. Ilnwloy, nor h;n im roiMihli. in.
lloii'O it is u snfo w:ijor thut .Mr.
linn toy will rocivo tho nioniiiutinn at
f li o M ty prininnos.
Would Be Law M.ik?rs.
Jthlninu from tho iniiiihor wiu iiro
itiixious to soivc Muriun ooimty :is stnto
roiro.'iit;itiv o, it nint ho n ijront horuir
to !isif in in ii K i ll lI laws for tho stttfo.
Tho snliry is only n ,lny. Hoii.t t ic
ton or n il 'zon who aro in tho ra.o nm
truthfully siv it is duty rat'ior th:in
fiiiuto'i'tl rowar.l that iinl'.icoil thorn to
, from the all toocommon ills of
;the digestive organs weak
stomach, torpid liver and inac
itive bowel3 is found in tha
'always safe, sure, quick-acting
ljt SU ! Aor Medieia In lh WorU.
tMi wrrkf. la buiH, lUc, Jiis,
not iii tho moo. lloro Is a list nf tho
".villink; omi's who hnvo filo.l:
s.'iinoiir .louos. from Koisor. I'nrnior
oli.ii i iinin of ri'l'iililionu olnli; first of
fonso; novor hohl an nffioo.
II. K. lloliorl son. Tntnor; is a fnnnor
nn.l lit prosont oiiaii'iiian of tho roulili
.-an oomniittoo; was ilol'onti'il for nulli
ty' roininissionor four yonrs ai;o; novor
iiolil nffiro hut is vvilliii!;."
11. I'. M. lntnrfl'. rising yonni; attorn
oy of Snhm; tirt ol'tonso: noior hol.l
offiio hut fools ho i-oul.l hohl ilowti tho
I v i ii li. Mnrlin. nnolhor risinj; Invv
vor ol' Snloiu; soi-on.l nflonso, as ho' run
for roi'i'osontat'n o two years no ami
lost out liy only I!' votes. Motto, "II
at first yen ilon 't siii-i'Oo.l. ' '
Thomas ISmwu, lawyer of Snlom,
I' resent iiii'iiiiihont ; trioil it OHi e ami
w illiiii; to try aiinin.
Sum II. Ilrown, tiorv .iis; is it fanner
nn.l afler soivitiii ono session liKo the
.in 1 nn.l is also willing to try it iiiinin.
fVo.i s.honror is a fnnnor of Unite
villi", first nflonso; only man from
moth on. I of ... unity an. I ox'ivts In poll
I'.'. !l. I'olkna.i, fanner fioin Siilm-v:
never hol.l nil nffioo Init is willing to
hol. in il.o laws.
tloii'ijo Koi'.h hails from Sinyt.ni; is
a fiii-i'ior an. I Inis is his first oi'lon"0;
lioliovos n .-liuir in the house nf ro'i'0-
sentatives wonhl In' i-oint'orlnl'lo. !
Mrs. IIoIImi K. I'.-ino, Inst on the list I
lust not al all !"ast, as the womon .ro
now M'tina. Mrs. I'm;i' is not only a j
ji.i.ir.ato of tho l::vv ilo'artmout nf the!
Willamette university, hut has ulsnj
lioeti :i. 1 in 1 1 ',! to tho liar. Ins innoliooil :
in tlie oniiils; lakes an in-tivo interest
in . iv'I at'lairs nn.l is ontirolv i-oiu-netei
Soma Other Jobs.
I-Vr . ir. uit ui.lgo, I'or.-y IJ. Kelly, nf
A'.l'.r.iv, lias aniiouiii-e.l for a sooon.l
to-n Tin I lie i onililii a n ti.-l.ot. (U'ori;o
ll. I!:" iliani, of Snlom; M. K. IVmne, nf
Silo-!, an 1 .hi.lno William tiallnwayi
aro also in the ruiiiiino,, .Initio lialln-!
way is tuo only ilomoorat in the fiohl.
an. I 'io i now- aiinoiiii.-ni lor his thii.lj
1 1' : tj -. j
Unk six iiin.iiilatos have Hiinoiin.'i'.l :
for .listiiot attorney. V.. I!. Kino. the!
p'Osont iii.'uniliont. appointo.! liy (lov
or'inr West, will not ho n oanili.l.ito.
The six u.Hi.l Kail tnio lawyers who are
willing to servo tho ,1 it rut for four
y.vars at the rate of if'.MOti a year 11 to ns
Mux iiolilhar, sorvo.l as diunty olorlv
four yens; prior to that time prm'tieon!
law; has boon utptain of company r
three yours ami lias served in the na
tional ifiiar.l ten years.
Waiter K. Kovos, was ilopnty ilistriot
attornoy tlueo yens mi. lor (Jail Hill.
tiny 0, Smith, Salem; first time ho
'ias nsl.o.l for a pulille nffioo.
Walter t). Wiitslow, of Salem: was
.lepiity .listriit Httorni'V uiulor .loh'.t II.
M.Nary; ruu onif for tho loislattue
nn.l n tain for ilistriot attorney.
O. II. f'lison, youiiK atloriioy of Sa
lem; first time to come hofore the vot
ers for pulilio oi'fi.-e.
liiaino Mi't'onl, of Woo.lliurn; novor
hoM a puliiio ot'iioe nn.l this is U's first
ont'an. o into pt-.lilie life.
The ot'iioo of county comtHisiiinor
pays a lay while the oouimisionor
is on the iuh. lfoine tho pay is part
honor an. I art real monoy. Those who
tav dVil oa tU tofuWican t'okot aw
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT'RNAL. SALEM, ORECOV
.1. T. Hunt, nf Sulilimity; A. ('. kililiv,
of .lef t'orson, i m i Mniiruo Nve, of Juo
sun Hill. This is t ho first attempt fnr
Mr. Hunt uiul Mr. Nye, Init not so with
Mr. I.ililiy, nf .leffei'son, ns he has
serveil two terms in the limine of rep
resentatives, was lel'oateil fur the third
lorni and was defeated for enmity as
sessor. Mr. l.ililiy's lint is uno nf those
Hint will nut wear out uiul it is still in
Two Women In Race.
Now thnt W. Al Junes has aniiiiuneed
that he rs not in polities, at least this
year, the race for sheriff litis narrowed
down lo W. I. Noo.lhani, who has lieon
deputy sheriff for eiyht yours and K. K.
I'uopor, .it prosont I'onstiiide. There
ivns some t a IK of Mr. Junes itinkino it
a three cornered fiiilit, Init ii few days
ayu ho nnnoiinie.l (.ositivoly that ho
was not in the race. The siionff 'ets
.l'.imiii a year.
I'' rn in tho prosont indii-nl ions, 1". li.
Itoyor will have the race for county
clerk ill to himself uiul there will not
he much nf a nice. No one has as yet
filo.l for the office liosidos Mr. Iluyer.
lie has served four years as deputy and
when ho lie-ins in draw pay il will lo
at the rate Of 'MSnO a year.
Hen F. West has served so efficiently
as Assessor for the past four years that
from the present uut lnnk, he will have
an opposition and ho will ho permitted!
in peace lo draw- .fluid another four'
As superintendent nf county schools, I
W. M. Smith has served eight years audi
wants f.mr years more. Throe others nl-
so want tiie loin i a year tho office i
p i.vs. These are: I Inrein'O 1'hillip, of
Scntts Mills, who was dol'ento.l for thej
office four years ago; Miss Kli.alioth i
t'ornolius, who was school supervisor ;
for throe yonrs. and W. r. Hauult, the!
prosont superintendent of tho Slav ton j
st hools. j
Mrs. Mildred li. Itrooks. who has hold I
the office nf county rocordoi' for two!
years has no opposition fr too $1-00 a'
year joli and the simo may bo .said of!
1'. t'. I'lagor. who has heou treasurer',
two year-. Willi the prospects of no'
opposition, why worry?
Reported In Pacific
San Francisco, Mar. L'l, A report
that lu'rman subnuirim ; ho 1 boon wen
in the Taoifio was lrnu(;::t heio to"ay
by pnsseiiKers on the liner Moana vvhi , h
arrived from Sydney, Australia They
said two submarines and what looked
like a German romineree raider had
been soon. Hritisli authorities are said
to believe the suluuarinos were about
to operate from a secret base in tin
Fiji islands. The Moana reached Sun
Francisco one dnv laic or accoun: of
having made a detour around the sup
pose J submarine zone.
USES MEXICAN ROADS
.Tuare-, Mot., Mar. "I. Repeated ' f
forts to rommunioate with districts
south of fnsas tirandes fiilod at tho
toloirraph office hero this a.ternoon. It
vvns tmo'ffifinlly reporlod tht Oi'nit-i.l
IVrshimt was tisini; the M-'X'oo Noith
western railroad wires for military pur
poses south of thnt city. OTshiin' is
usinr; the railro.td for trans -o't'ttiPti tf
II I IJIIHI 11 I H I
W..0.W.'s Win First Place
With Lojus Second and
Oregon Bowlers Third
W. (). w.
frj "li .tiiiii
rn ;!.. .ooi
..40 as .51 a
The past season of the city bowline
league has boon the most closely con
tested season yet lulled, as any toani
had a chance to win till the list few;
The W. 0. W. Salem Camp Xo. 1 IS
won tho most of the laurels, their team
winning first place in .tho percentage
column, also taking high single gami'l
for n team of 1W0 pins, .ind Fred Kress i
of the W. (). W. had high individual!
average of 1 Hi for the 7S Karnes, close
ly followed nil season by 0. Lhiy of the!
I oju team who finished second with;
an average nf IS!) ind lie had high!
throe games for an individual of IW" 1
pins, while Sid l.loyd of the W. 0. W. i
had high single game of i."i4. The Ore-,
gun team lin.l high three games for a
team with 27!() jins.
The winning W. O. W, team is com-:
posed of the following well known!
bowlers; Oiptnin Luke Donaldson. I
Sidney Lloyd, Fred Kress, Marion j
I lea n mid Lloyd Wilson.
Tho Lojus wore oaptniiieil by "Hap
py Hairy Hill, witn Merle Statesman,
II. Day, Mort JMIkenton and Henry
Arthur Laflar led his Oregon cohorts
through the seisou with the following,
nidi's Jack Zcngor, John Siindin. Hert j
Whorley nod Willis Anibnl, and the.
Oregon team kept the Lojus busy keep-j
in second place. ' i
Henry Freeland, ns secretary, treas-l
urer, president and offieial tveragej
compiler of the league, and to whom all!
bowlers in the league feel deeply in- j
dbtod for his enrgtie oo-operation. j
Lloyd Wilson, of toe t'lnb Alley i.
wishes to announce that a Puck Fin
league will tie formed in the near fu
ture, which league will bo composed of
it elast six teams. I
rtolow are the individual averages of
all bowlers conipetiuj: on the three
0 imes Ave.
1 si i
SATURDAY, MAR. 25. 1916.
Sufferings of Sailors
Rival Tales of Fiction
San Francisco, Mar. 25. Stories riv
aling in horror Kdgar Allen Poe's
"Narrative of A. Gordon Tym" were
told by sailors on the British bark
Vawry today when it arrived here aft
er a voyage of 1H5 days from Dakar,
While seamen die of scurvy and
were thrown overboard, terrible storms
lashed the sails to tnirers and food ran
low, the rats aboard ship became so
bold they ventured out in daylight and
fought with the mariners for what lit
tle they had to eat.
Hurry Massey, a former Fortland
high .school boy, was among five su'f
forers from scurvy that Tvere lifted
from the ship when it docked here, and
taken to St. Joseph s hospital Three
others stricken with scurvy and beri
bori, died at sea. The negro cook also
For three months there was no fresh
food. No land was sighted until the
Cape of Good Hope nail been rounded,
and then it was a desolate coast far
away. Only one ship was seen during
the entire voyage, a steamer hull down
on the horizon.
Had the trip been prolonged, Captain
Thomas Dunning fetus more mm wnuh
have died of starvation and disease.
The five taken to tire hospital are ae
Fifty. Mile Race
On at San Diego
San Diego, Oal.. Mar. 2.1. With n
California spring sun beaming down
and tho gray-white walls of the ex
position buildings for a background,
the four speedsters were sent away over
the hazardous course in the 50 mile ex
position outoinobile race at 2:50 thi
afternoon. At the beginning of the race it was
estimated that between 12.000 and 15,
000 people were massed around '
course. Stands were full and every
roof and shelter was covered. Hun
dreds of automobiles were at the north
In the drawing tor places Teddy
Tetzlaff, in his purple Milac, drew the
inside position: Cliff Durnnt, with the
rod Chevrolet. No. 2; Oldfield and his
Deluge, got No. 3, and Boh Biirmiin, in
a Peugeot, picked No. 4 plare.
Backers of Oldfield groaned when
they saw the moving pictures snapping
"Miss San Diego" taking the famous
cigar out of the month of Barnev. Thev
thought it wa bad luck as the speed
boy had never driven a race without a
The racers circled the track once and
were sent anav bv starter Howard B.
FIGHTS LAST NIGHT
Now York. Porky Fly an was out
pointed by Al Hoick in 10 rounds.
Bridgeport, Conn. Johnny Howard,
of Bayonne, was knocked out by George
Willard Really Does
Not Need the Money
(By t'nited Press.)
New- York.. Mar. 23. Toss Willard
really doesn't need tho $47,500 he will
gamer for a few fleeting minutes in
the roped square tonight. .Toss, while
not a tightwad, is a lrngnl soul and, to
say nothing of what lie collected for
bumping the big black boy in Havana,
he has been knocking out $2,000 a week
with a circus for the last' 50 weeks or
so. Willard is no fool about his fin
ancial investments and, while he lias a
fine home in Chicago, also a car and
other little comforts, he doesn't feed
any of his long green to the birds. He
huys a good many hundred acres of oil
lands and such stable things as that.
Chip in the sixth round of their sched
uled l.i-round bout.
San Francisco. F.d shannon won a
four-round decision over Willie Hnppe.
New York. Frank Whitney was
forced to quit in the fourth round of i.
scheduled 10-mund bout after Fred
die Welsh had punished him terrif ieinl
lv. New York. Johnny Killmne otit
boxed Harry Donahue, of reoria, in n
LOS ANGELES PLAYERS GO
San .Tose. Oil.. Mar. 25. Harry Wol
vertuu again got out. his well 'known
axe today and lopped Catcher Cress.
Outfielder Lang and lufielder Bums,
from the Seals' roster.
The biggest crowd the Seals have
facejl so far this season will be out
Suu.lay afternoon when thev meet the
The Fight Is Not
See Page Three
Santa Clara varsity fur the third time.
Joe Sorbetr, the veteran boxmau, will
i' Wr-V:CiV' " .
Steel fishing Rods'
Do You Want the
Kind of Tackle that
Catches the Big
Ones. We Have It
128 S. Commercial St.
219 N. Commercial St.
Watt Shipp Co.