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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOl RNAL, SALEM, ORECr" FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916.
BBYAN TELLS CONGRESS IT
ONLY CAN DECLARE WAR
Washington, April 21. Wil
liam J. Bryan, former secretary
of state, iu a t rowded aeries of
conferences today told members
of congress that they were free
to exorcise the final decision
with regard to a declaration of
war. President Wilson haa the
power to sever diplomatic .reln-
tions, but there his power ends,
sje Bryan told the legislators.
Bryan believes n'majorlty in
congress is opposed to war. He
insists that he is not fighting
Help bring cheer and go)d will by giving your friends
Easter Flowers, Easier Lilies, Roses, Spireas,
Hydrangeas, and many olher of Nature's handywork.
Order now we deliy :r.
Ruef Bros. Florists
121 N. Liberty St.
At Vancouver, B. C
On Mar the isi, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1916,
CONTRACTING EQUIPMENT FOR
MERLY USED BY THE BRITISH
COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAIL
WAY CO., LTD.,
Originally costing $250,000.
Including: Locomotive and Tender
nbout 60-tons, Air Compressors, New Air i
Mining Locomotives, Electric Mining
Locomotive, Logging and Yarding Kn- j
ginea, Mining Hoists, Operating Motors, I
('entrifognl Pumps, 24 Carriages and!
Chain Grates for B. & W. Automatic;
Feed Btokers, 2 Lidgerwood Pnnnma
Type Cablcways, 1100 and 1200 feet
spaa, 2 1-2 in. Steel Cable, Stationary
and Marine Boilers, 30 Leyner Drills, 12
Little Giants, Tripods, Tunnel Bars,
Orange Peel Bucket, 3"00 ft. Heavy Cap
Welded Block Pipe, 8000 ft. of Monitor
ripe, 18 in. and 11 in., and Fittings, 26
tons of Hollow Round and Octagonal
Drill Steel, Dump Cars, Wood-working
Machinery, which will be sold by Auc
F. GRUTIN & CO.
?T. R The Baldwin locomotive has
been withdrawn from sale, but not the
On VI EW from 25th April to date of
sale, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
448 Seymour Street 311 California St
Vancouver, B. C, and San Francico, CaL
Get the drift of the world's doings
by reading The Capital Journal.
Mailed Out to Voters
Secretary of State Olcolt has begun
the mailing of the republican candi
dates' campaign pamphlets to the reg
istered republican voters of the differ
ent counties. The voters' names are
secured from the weekly lists furnished
by the county clerk under the law. Reg
istration books closed in the various
counties April 18, but as it will require
some days for the clerks to collect tho
final registration's from, tho present
precinct registers and prepare and for
ward lists to this office, the mailing
of these pamphlets cannot be complet
ed for some ten days ot two weeks. Sec
retary Olcott anys that should any of
the registration lists bo delayed for any
reason whatever he will continue to
mail the pamphlets up to such time
before election as will allow for the
delivery of the same to the voter by
ordinary mail." By this means the voter
will have opportunity before elcctioi
to examine the statements contained in
This pamphlet contains only the
names of those candidates for election
or nomination at the primary eledtini.
May 19, 1916, who have submitted
statements and. portrait cuts for publi
cation and paid the prescribed charges
therefor, ranging from 10 to $100 ac
cording to the office. The mailing of
this pamphlet was commenced curlier
Meeting Held at Polk County
Seat Last Night Takes
EstBEL""; .' " ' I.-.ICmw will
Eli 1JN. lull Preserve the leather and mako
W 111 X ill! I your shoe wear longer. They
f IK contain no acid and will nor
1 J - 1 crack the leather. Easiest to use
S. GrlQ 11 S and their shine huts longer.
I V Mm if 11)1 A BLACK-WHITE-TAN
(Capital Journal Special Service. 1
Dallas, Ore., April 21. At a meeting
of the citizens of Polk county held iu
the county court room in the court
house iu Dallas, Thursday evening,
April 20, at 8 oVlock, representatives
from the different districts of the eoun
ty were present and the subject of n
bridge over the Willamette river at Sa
lem was taken up and discussed at
length. Mayor E. C. Kirkpatrick was
chosen president of the nkcting and
George T. Gorlinger, manager of tl
Willamette Valley Lumber company, of
this city, was elected secretary.
The following resolution was intro
duced and read, and upon motion duly
made and seconded, was carried:
Resolved by the citizens of Folk
county assembled at Dallns, Oregon, on
Thursday evening, April 20, 1910, That
the county courts of Marion and Pnlk
counties, be and they are hereby re
quested to have complete plans and
specifications prepared, through a board
of viewers heretofore appointed, for
a high level concrete bridge at the most
suitable location across the Willamette
river at Salem, Oregon, and that such
plans and specifications be placod on
file with the county court of Marion
county, and that bids upon the same be
called for at the same time bid's are
called for on a steel bridge across the
said river. Signed, E. C. Kirkpatrick.
chairman; George T. Oerlinger, secre
tary. It was also the unanimous opinion of
the assembly that a creosote painted
wood block base with an asphalt cov
ering was contrary to the best auth
ority for a flooring for a bridge and
thut a thoroughly creosoted wood block
pavement should be used. 1
Among the prominent out of tow n
county residents present at the meeting
were: I. L. Patterson, Eola; J. V. 1)1
rieh, I. M. Simpson, C. V. Johnson, Air-
J lie; J. C. Talbot and W. F. Nichols, of
r ails City.
Anderson and Willis
Are "Former Prisoners"
Los Angeles, Cal., April 21. Police
are searching today for two muscular
."former prisoners" of the city jail.
! Guy Anderson and Arthur Willis,
with seventy and forty days respect
ively to serve, cut eighty feet from an
elevator cable '"hent" the bars of an
'upper window in the. city jiil before
(daylight today and escaped.
I It was not until breakfast time that
the escape was discovered. Anderson
! had been acting ns cook, and when
, the morning meal failed to appear pris
NOTICE Buyers of Clothin:
When you come in today or tomorrow be sure and do not overlook our
You cannot buy as reasonably anywhere else, as (his is a most unusual circumstance, on account of our J
Dissolution of Partnership, Money Raising si
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iiicic la nu use uvtcuuig un nuai yvi tan c ui uuat juu can uuj, suiuce iu ay we nave I lie goutis ami
we are quoting the very lowest prices. tt
Saturday's Crowds Will Be Handled With Despatch if
As we have a sales force for the past three weeks that knows the stock of merchandise, and they, will cater
to your wishes. ,
Come Without Delay for that EASTER OUTFIT j
We fit you from head to foot
Hats, Suits, Clothing, Underwear, Hosiery, Shoes, Etc.
1 BRICK BROS. ' H?Lr Everj i
UEEP YOUR SHOES tJEATl
THI f.F.OALLIY CO., LTD.
I this year than at any tinjo heretofore,
I and as tho lcgistrniiviH now el.ise H0
j days before the ?iccttc:i inste ad .if ).
as before, under f.r.'ir.r.r' cunditiens
the pamphlets shr"ld be in the hands
t.f the registe.o.t votors in ample time
' before election.
HARRY THAW TO MARRY
Xew York, April 21. It was rumor
ed today that Harry Thaw hid come to
New York for tho purpose of marrying
a school teacher. JIis secretary pro
fessed iruoianee of any such plans.
Our prices every day in the
year are lower than special
sale prices on the same
grade of goods. Compare
and judge for yourself.
Bring us your mail orders,
we will fill them at the same
prices, and you can see what
you are getting.
The debate rally held in the chapel
last night was attended by a large
number of students and a whole cargo
of enthusiasm was turned loose, which
proved that interest in forensic mat
ters is about equal with athletic work.
A number of former forensic letter men
gave short talks and the student body
led by Yell Leader Walker gave some
Willamette songs and gavo Willamette
The Willamette debnting teams are
ready for the forensic battle tonight
and a victory is expected at both For
est Grove and here. Harry Savage
and Walter (Hciser will leave for For
este Grove this afternoon, they will
debate the I'acific affirmative team;
both aro letter men and their past ex
perience will aid them in the debate to
night. The Willamette affirmative team
which will meet the Tacific negative
tenm here tonight is eompwed of Har
old Fakin, a former Salem high debate
star, and Adolph Spiess, who was active
in debate while in high school at I'nrk
Place. They have been working on
the question for almost three months
and expect to convince Audience, judges
land opponents that government owner
ship of railroads should be adopted.
The debate will begin at 8 p. m. tliii
evening in the ehnpel of Waller hall, it
will be preceded by an instrumental
solo, "Polka De Concert," by Miss Fay
Bolin; following the debate Miss I.eln
Helle Mcf'addam will sing "When the
Cows Come Home," by George Nevin.
The judges for the decision will be:
I'rof. Joseph Schnfer, University of
Oregon; l'rof. F. (J. Franklin, Albnny
college; l'rof. G. W. Hug, city superin
tendent of Mc.Minnvillo schools, judge
J. C. Mol'eland, of the Oregon supreme
court, will preside at the debate, in
troducing the speakers,
the following candidates:
Student body president, Karl Flegcl.
Vice-President, Kosamond Gilbert,
Secretary, Fannie McKcunoii, Carrie
Treasurer, Tnul Miller.
Kditor of Collegian. Samuel H. King.
Business manager, Karl B. Cotton.
The election of officers will be held
next Friday, tho Australian ballot sys- i
tem to be used. I
Several brilliant nomination speeches !
were made, but tho former political;
fights have shown flashes of brilliancy j
that would have done justice to a sen-1
ntoriul or presidential election. The I
candidates nominated, however, are well j
fitted for the office and next year's,
ndmiiiistrntion will hnve the executive
ability to carry nil mailers to a finish.
This year's ndministralion has made
several good advances and it is up to
the next to continue the movement.
from nine organizations throughout the
state will be present and Ivan H.
Hhodes, secretary for Idaho and Oregon
will be here. Gale Seaman, general
secretary for the Y. M. C.t A. in the
Pacific northwest, will attend anil talk
up enthusiasm fur tnc coming summer
((inference to be held at Seabcck, Wash
ington. Howard .Tewett, the versatile presi
dent of the Willamette student body, is
to be, the tonstmaster for the occasion
and he has toast enough to supply the
Mitirc group who will attend the ban
quet. About 50 Willamette men will be
present to paitnkc of the liauquct and
President tileier of the local organiza
tion will deliver the speech of wclcnmo
to the visitors.
The prohibition contest will be held
tomorrow evening iu Waller chapel.
Kight contestants will compete for tho
silver medal which is offered as first
prize to the winner. This contest ii
open to the public and will begin at 'I
The Y. M. C. A. program at the col
lege for Sunday will be composed m'
three speakers: President Carl G. Don
ey, Gale. Seninnii, general secretary for
Y. -l. (J. A.; Ivan H. Khodes, secretary
for Oregon, Idaho.
This morning was the long-expected
by every student, for the nominations
for student body officers was held. I
the first time in many years the steam
roller was not in action, evidently the
engineers forgot it. would make a run
today and neglected to get up stenm.
As it was the nominations resulted in
Cakes baked with
Merit Vanilla nave
I rernai Icahln wav of
The pUte. tickling flavor
whicn it imparts delights IL
A 2) cent bottle goes further
than any other.
At Your Grocers
The University of Oregon baseball
team will invade Salem tomorrow to
meet the Willamette "Hear Cuts," and
it is expected that the .'i ll score which
was handed Willamette recently at Ku
gene will be reversed.
The rain all week has made practice
a matter of difficulty but iu spite of
this the men have l.-ea out whenever
possible rubbing off the effects of lust
The University of Oregon men played
a hard game w ith Willamette at Kugene
on their own grounds and then did not
win by a lurge score, consequently Wil
lumette is expecting to turn the tables
on them when they meet tomorrow aft
ernoon on Sweetland field.
The Oregon line up will be ns fol
lows. Willamette's line-up is also
Huntington C Dean Adams
Uathbnrn or W. Adams or
Tuerck V Kexford
Nelson lb P. Miller
Grebe l!b Hronu
Cornell s.s Tnsto
.Mnison Md Gates
Medley 1 Kstel,
Macl'lean O Shisler
Sheehy it Proctor
' The Adelantc program for this aft
ernoon will consist of a talk by l'rof.
James T. Matthews, on "When Wil
Inrnetic Was Young." Prof. .Matthews
is an interesting speaker and will give
an exceptionally good talk on this xub
ject, as he has been connected with
Willamette for many years and conse
quently knows its carry history and all
the traditions connected with student
and faculty life.
Miss Vefa Within will play a piano
solo, and following this the society will
hold its customary parliamentary prac
tice. The Philodosian program will have a
consideration of "The Bridge of the
God," by the various members and
Miss I.ela Met uddam and I.oise Benson
will sing solos.
The biggest event or the Y. M. C. A.
year is to occur tomorrow evening, when
a banquet will be held in the basement
of the First M. K. church. Piesidcnts
PAIN IN BACK, MISERABLE ALL OYER
Dear Mr. IMitor:
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night, in a short time, and I have gained
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using "Anuric," now there is none.
Kindly print this letter, it may help
lome one else who suffers us I did, or
(Signed) Mrs. Klla A. Garrison.
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tho headache, backache, btuqiior, nerv
ousness it ii c 1 depression to which he or
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pails of the body. There follow depres
sion, aches and pains, heaviness, drowsi
ness, irritability, headaches, chilliness
and rheumatism. In some people thero
arc sharp pains in the back and loins,
distressing bladder disorders and some
times obstinate dropsy. The uric acid
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stones. When the uric acid affects tho
muscles and joints, it causes liimbagi,
rheumatism, gout or sciatica. This in
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Write Dr. Pierce, semi 10c for a largo
trial package, or ask your druggist now
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Deliveries made daily. Coupon Books on request.
Ice Cards will be furnished to all before the summer
Ash the deliverer for an Ice Pick free.
Prompt delivery guaranteed.
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