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- THE DAILY C'At'lTAL JO' RNAL. SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1916. vt-m
We Call Special Attention to the
Tremendous Value Giving in
Shoes and Men's Clothing
Men's Canvas Blouses .
Boys' Felt Hats
Furniture Gimp, many
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Children's Black Jersey
Sun Bonnets, all colors.. .... 18c
Lace Curtains for 1Q V
small windows iVC Ed.
Dresser Scarfs, lace
Women's Night Gowns,
full, good muslin
Gingham Petticoats .
Values to $5.00 now..
95c and 39c
Others at .
Values to 55 00 now
$2.65 and $1.95
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LAST DAY OF THE u
Big Laugh Show n
7 Reels of Comedy 7 B
TOMOBSOW - SATURDAY
j Saturday and Sunday
You read the news we get it.
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Scene from "The Battle
Boys' or Small Men's
Men's Overalls, differ
Corset Covers, trimmed
with embroidery or lace.
Or three for
Children's Drawers, nice
Cretonnes, a big new stock,
Women's Black Sateen Petti
coats, splendid quality,
Bungalow Aprons, all
new 35c, or 2 for J1.00
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MILLION A MINUTE"
i Featuring Francis X. Bushman at the
' Oregon Sunday and Monday.
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A Journal New Today will
convert waste into wealth.
Cry of Teace," a call to arms against war. The mighty
Grand, Today and Saturday
values to 50c
Large assortment of Straw
Hats, wonderful values...
Men's Hats, wool
Women's Dresses, silk or
wool, values to $20
Children's Gingham Dresses, ages
yea". 59c and 98c
75c and 85c
Women's good grade Kr.it
Vests, good ....
5 for 49c
Pattern Tree with every
purchase in this basement.
TRY SALEM FIRST
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Price of Shoes Is
To Be Still Higher
Xew York, Jn'ii! 15. Shoes that have
.i-.ii i. t
, "1 a ""'.' '. B,"":."";1".,i,,lcnpncitv to thj courts in ascertaining
ot tin. year will Mlvance another dollar i ...J. ." .. . ... , ! '."",
this fall, predicts Hoi AVUe, secretary
ot th- (xecutr.c
tiouai Boot mi'
ommittec of the Na-
The executive eemmittee of the as-'
sociation met her- to consider a pro-1
pos',1 that an ei.ibargo be laid on the!
exportation of nil finished leather un- (
til the belligerents of Europe shall
liavi raised thfHr embargo on the ex-j
portntiou of raw material to tho 'United !
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BURTON To Dr. and Mrs.
O Burton, Monday June 12,
daughter, w.ui has been named Lois.
MADE ALL POSSIBLE
The f'hild "I made thirteen mis
takes in my spelling lesson."
Parent "Oh, well, I suppose I would
have mmle more myself."
Tlr; Child "Oh,' no, you wouldn't.
There were only thirteen words."
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'OREGON WATER GQDE TWENTY-THREE MAY j -
IS SUSTAINED BY l).
State May Defae and Estab
lish Rights of Water Users
On Oregon Streams
Thi. oecision of the Supreme court of
tlio C'niteil IStiitciiii the case of tlio Pa
cific l ivestock cimpany vs. John H.
Lewis et al, uihulds the constitution
ality f the Oregon Water Code, and
I defends the riht cf the state to a&ccr
I tnin nhd establish rights to the use of
l the wxters of its streams. The essential
Idiffc.Mic.e between the proceeding be
fore the State Wnter Hoard, and the
usual court proci dure, lies in the lati
tude given tho board in securing imle-
' noT'df lit infnr,7i:i lin. nn.l fmwwl.irln tr
i enginctring duta based upon the sur
veys and inveshij.itions ot the state en-
rrli..,. Tl.o ;nrr.i,iii;t (I... ,,.,,...,.,.1. I
ing, it:! econor.iy and fairness, have ap
pealed to irrigktcrs as offering the best
and quiekest n-ethod of settling their
wnter disputes, ttml securing the protet-
1 tion nf the Btute'j police power in dis-
i trilcuiiig water.
i The united States supreme court, by
its decision,- has secured to Oregon, for
all timfe, the bcTefits and protection of
this statute, and the opponents of the
law huve received a shock which will
effectually silence them. The law has
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angle as to tnn lees required to be
; collectil, the manner of accepting the
' at.it .-..tinnf .o..C irntii, nlnimn.i n,..) tl,i
i n itm i jinil nf tlio i!nte imiTitipor 'a rmrt I
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stuiuit: iiiiitivu Mir itm unit nuilieii l ttl
i the federal constitution providing that
no property is'uill be taken without due
procefo cf law. The court rules that
the f ei s charged w ere reasonable and
just, that the claims wero opened to
inspection and nil partlmi given nn op
portui ity to contest them, and that the
stnto engineer's reports enabled the
board to make o more equitable and ac
curate nsccrtni.iirifnt of the various
rights than coold be secured by other
evidence. It found that amide no
tice cf each stci in the proceeding is
provided for, and that no one is de
prived of property under' this statute,
in violation of the 14th amendment. It
projects the state in its right to make
a comprehensive determination of water
right:! from entire stream system,
instead of coiiMder-lng each controversy
separately, and apr.rt from its relation
to otiif r claims.
Private suits arV superseded by the
larger itsiies, and he stream system ns
a whole is made' he subject of. adjudi
cation Tin- ("ecisions ( f our ow n supreme
court upholding Hijf statute were quot
ed villi approver and, the proposition
made that tho board actsiii an advisory
wntc rights, the initial steps taken by
uie hoard heing merely parts in a sin
glo sfniutory proceeding.
( Continued From Page One.)
Thi democratic, platform differs radi
cally from the republican on tho ques
tion of men h'int marine. Whereas the
republicans would build up a merchant
marine through liberal contracts to
mail tarrying steamers engaged in open
trade, the democrats would have the
government provide the means, includ
ing government control and invest
ment. Federal Beserve Act.
Tho administration points to the fed
eral reserve act ns one of its greatest
achievements, declaring the ait has
freed small business from domination
by the larger financial interests, has
stimulated all lines and removed the
fear of panics.
Phone 81 for lack of service.
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photo spectacle at The
WM,W.,, -TT A
four children, J.'ssie Moyer, Sheridan
Huly, David Kvans and wife, Mary K.
Cole, Cladys Kn.iner, W. H. O'liette
and wife, ".Mrs. II. (iolze, Mrs. J. T.
I.acey Frank Wi ndstock, Joe Dollar, T.
Lewis Carl Kr.'fton William Danuht,
i K. Wilbur and wife, K. J Muhlinau,
tM Midilninn, fieorge Coste. Pansy
Tyre!, Marion Cob man, Mrs. C. Meade,
Lloyd Colem.i'i Mrs. II. JlacOoniild,
Mrs. Otto Weihinir, Sirs. p;. Todd, II.
Claw sou, Irene Ltuhy, Mrs. E. Koystcr,
Kul.y Fnrriugto!!, Mrs. C. Hami and two
children. Josepuine (iaspard, A. If.
Bean, wife and l.ahy; Mrs. T. I.utz,
Mrs. C. Serin?, Maura Boocher, Mis.
Susm; (. Grant, hiul daughter, R. T.
Williii-iis and wife, Kubv Hulen. M. K.
Weyaiu; Clares 1 . Norman, J. T. Taiine
hill, Ltnry R. Mt.rse, Amy Harrington,
John Mnloney, C. Burborg, h.. ('.
Frnulrtl, iliss R Diaz, F. Torres, A.
.Miller, A. .Moroni, H. Torres, li. Abhila,
A. V. luithrie, Zenia Lyons, T. Uunda,
T. T-ippen, A. , rra, A. 1). Tibbotts,
first r.tficcr; L. A. Sitsmer, second of
ficer, T. 01nr.il, third officer; J. F.
Kaciujn, engineer; George M. Holmes,
sec u.l rnginees J'. J. Seal, third engin
eer; li. T. Martin, steward; L. F. Rn
brow freight clerk; J. F. Wood, freight
clerk, I. j. Hull, utetvard.
Two Bodies Identified.
roviliind, Of. , June 15. Two of the
live i.odies vt ashed ashoro from the
capsized life Ik at of the steamer Bear
have been identified, the steamship of
fice announced today. They are Her
man Hose, but-ilii::-, and F. I, Eu!(si st.e.
More Thau 200 on Board
Eureka, Ca.l., June 1.V-It was hoped
today that nil hllltils wi.nl. I ) u.,,,..l
from the wreck of the coast liner
Bear which crashed uporj the rocks fif
teen miles south of Imr.i iuut ,,;.,l,i
More than lL'0 passengers and the
crew of S2 took to tho lifeboats and
left the vessel safely, but at an early
nuur lociuy it was not. yet known
whether thev liml nil 1, ,,;,,i-,.,i
by tha battleship Oregon and the
steamer Grace Dollar, standing bv, or
whether they were still adrift. There
was aiso a c.iance that some passen
gers might have reached the lightship
or have, been saved by the small boars
which put out from Eureka.
The Bear struck about 10:2.1 p. m.
At 4 a. m. tnilllV thi. nl.l i.nttl.,l,t
gon and the merchantman Grace Dollar
irai-neu mo scene in response t is.
O. S. calls. With the dawn, a beaeli
patrol was established to watch for
l'.i.iriiKTs or sauors reacning snore.
The coast is rocky and ilesolate. No
definite word of the passengers' fate
had been received here at ti::SU a. in.
strucK Nest of. Bocks
Steaming through a thick fog last
night the Hear drove , into a nest of
,jaggel rocks thrusting into the sea
near Ca Mendocino.. The bow stuck
fast, while the stern floated in deep
water. A swell threatened to lift tin-
wreck off the rocks and sink it, while
water rushed into the , forward com
With the shock and tMlish, passeng
ers ran on deck from their state rooms
Captain L. M. .N'opnnderf lashed ft ra
dio call for help, as the leaks had not
yet put his dynamo out of commission,
then orderent out the lifeboats.
In response to-tin- S. O. S. the Ore
gon, steaming south, hurried to the
rescue. The call wn4 also picked up
by the Grace Dollar. Feeling their way
through the fog, the two ships neared
the wreck after midnight, the Oregon
firing light guns from time to time
as a guide to the Grace, Dollar. When
the rescue vessels reached tiie scene
Wllti'h-t4 nil flip -jlinri- Qfliv tlw-ir tin' li
lights playing over the wreck.
me Jiear was en route xroni Port
land to San Francisco. It would have
arrived in San Francisco this iiiumin;;
and proceeded on to Los A''geles after
a stop of several hours. moiig the
passengers were ninny Knights Temp
lar on their way to the cone lure in Los
San Francisco, June Reports
along trie waterfront today regarding
the safety of the passengers and crew
of the steamer Hear, which went n
ground near Eureka, Oil., last night
were conflicting. One was that the
bodies of five persons hud been wnsli
ed ashore nt Cnpe Mendocino, while
another- was that the tug Relief had
taken off the passengers and crew of
the steamer ami had transferred Liem
to the United States battleship Oregon.
The Oregon was declared to be en
route t San I'm m-iM-o ainl was due to
arrive before noon.
Wireless messages picked up by the
naval training slution radio in Sun
Francisco sam thc.t all the Hears life
boats except two had lauded their pas
sengers on the lightship, mi. I that the
battleship Oregon ;. standing by.
No report, had been hoard from tin
two missing lifeboats.
Another wireless dispatch said n
lifeboat was in the surf trying tn
effect, a landing near Cape Menilociiio.
! The Passenger List
Cortland, Or., June I.",. The list, ol
passengers who saile.l on I he- steamer
Bear for San Francisco anil bus An
geles is as follows.
Cabin passengers: Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. W'alkup and Miss Vaytu-ll Wiiil; up,
Miss Irene J. I.nhev. Mr. uinl Mrs. F.
V.. Wilbur, Mrs. S.'ll. lluey, Mr. ami
Mrs. W. II. O'liette, Mrs. V.. Kcyster,
Mrs. K. AJoing, II. Claossiui. Mav
iioiltrey, A. 11. J'arKer, all ot San
L. W. Coleman of Berkeley (student
at Oregon Agricultural College); Miss
M it in it Coleuian, Berkeley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Aniett, May II.
Unege, Maud Williams, Ixis Angeles.
Miss Amy Harrington and uncle, O.
-.. Leavitf of l.ewiston, Idaho; Misses
Cora A. Burst II, Florence Bnrsell, Olive
Barsell and Cvril Baisell of l.ewiston,
A. G. Whaley, V. V. Noble, D. Mar
tin of Missoula, Mont.
( itsMindra Mi-i-.-i -gee and Mrs. G. II.
Messegi-e and Mrs. I.auia Boucher of
Walla, Walla, Wash.
Aileen Green and Mrs. G. O. Green.
r. W. Cozens, physical director nt
the University of u.'iloiuin, J. K.
Diuks and R. K. Barker, all of Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. Roy lieckwith, A1U-
and Saturday Two Days Only
"A Call to Arms
The Greatest War Drama Ev er Filmed .N. Y. American.
An allegorical masterpiece is shown contrasting Columbia, crushed,
bleeding and trampled upon by a merciless foe with Columbia ns
she should be proud, eomm muling, supreme.
"Yes, there shall be peacebut peace with plenty peace with
Major General Leonard Wood says to American fathers and
mothers: "It is murder for you to send your boys to war un
trained, when it is possible to train them."'
."Self-preservation is the first law of a nation neither wars, fires
nor disasters are caused by precaution. ' 'Secretary of War Oar
risen. "Adequacy is nnt reached until our navy is strong enough to
meet on equal terms the navy of the strongest possible adversary.
"Iesson taught by picture a ringing reply to the talk of Bryan
and other pacifies."- (iover nor Gnil.sbor0 of Maryland.
Matinee and Evening
The picture will not be shown on Friday
theater being used for other purposes.
Mr. and Mrs. George II. Leonard and
child, Forest Grove, dr., Sheldon Mc
Artor Ruby llub-n, W. .1. Tannehill,
C. L. Norman and Agues I.oftus of
Aberdeen, Wash.. (tfieaLric'.il people.)
Professor ami M,vs. A. it. Bean ol
Forest Grove, Or.
Others in the passenger list whose
residences are not on the passenger list
a re :
W. II. liowe. Otto Wirsing,
Geary, Vera .1. Adams, Mrs.
Searing, Bessie C. Mover, Mrs.
I Paget ami Miss A. G. I'r.get
jllille, P. A. Cnimmey, M. K. Weyant,
I.Mrs. II. T. Williamson, Louise Belscr,
I Mrs. L, llalsteail, Mis. Kmiiin Lynn,
I.Mr and Mrs. William llayues, Florence
j I.utz, Miss Hurkett, Luiclle Biaclielt,
I.Maiv K. Cole, Gladys Cramer, Leon
llepp, Kvelyn llepp, Mrs. H. Il-pp,
'.Mrs. Lmiiia HiiicIk'-'. Susuu Grant,
Josephine Gasi;iril, W. II. Kcuncilv.
Carl Wielscu, A. Clnihe, F. I. Marotto,
Mr. and Mrs. havi-l Lavs, I . M. .us
tin, June liiir.ell, .Mis, M. P. Williams,
! Molville Brown (son of Cnptaiu
Brown); Dun Malnney, W. II. Martin,
,.). M. Westeiiln-iser, Klsie l.issei hoi T
(and Mrs. Anna I , i s-"' i b.-f ! . Nell Fi-h.
j Ifoby l-'arriiigton, Sarah F. Wer-ten-
In-iser, .Minerva Wi-stt-i.ln-i:-er, Mrs. nt
Hansen. Mrs. era, Culenl i in-. Miss
i Steerage pas-,i'iieeru:
i II. Willie. P, W. i:is,-i.l(, M. Gum-
thi-r, Joseph Bolton, James Water
ihollse, It. C. Sjiejic, K'efer PeersiHl. I1'.
I'l'ilinol;, II. Miisksul-a, P'-ter Si lunar,
illeiirv Armour, C. A. San.lberg. L.
!Jnnes, C. He'nikv, W. II. tiomlyloek. I'.
. Martin, W. T. McLean, L. W. Broulis.
llrar;(i Lynch, T. Lewis, William 1 n -'
roi.-her, M. M. Scliainer, A. I'oImuii. i'J
Hov Cherry Queen
j Th- ",-ienils Miss Kstella Wilson
seenn d to have t.ilten note of the fad
that votes are icccssury for tin? young
lady who wins i.i the contoHt for ipieen
i of Cbciry t'ai'. She made n r irk-
,able t,aii'. yesterday and is now only
,'.'11 votes from th- t'.p ill' the list.
I The contest wi'l close promptly at 9
nV!oc.' Mombi mi ruing, June ii, when
the l"i ii n voting and counting of votes
! will Mk( plac nt the Commercial club,
i The ligures ti 'h'y lire:
; Vera:. Cooder
, Inez. Stege
: Gert. ude Corey ,
Tell your neighbor or the sat-
lsfaction of reading tht Cap-
ou account of the
Friday and Saturday
An intensely interest
ini? tiraiiia of a strong
man's victory over
himself. In five acts.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Western Vaudeviljo AwociatJoa
High Class Acts
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