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1A!LV CAPITAL JOiinNAX, SALEM, OREGON, 8ATUKDAY, JUNE 2fl, 18p.
.It. .4 RACES NEXT motor boat race is now bolng (SriMUMlby tho many boatmen in this HCUyillBlyrlilch tho fastest water craft TtOHatlj Wlllamotto in this vicinity ytlllaf entered. Owing to so much cojitroTCrsy being indulged in by the 4lHJpwnors in Salem several races woHiafnot como amiss botween a few 0ftfcj5wlft ones. Somo aro inclined tojtklnk that one man has tho speed JestgtJilnE in tho water, and on tho other. blind thcro aro othors who havo fidffloothor favorite. It 1b a fact that ercyfL'nrgon, Salem's experienced wjjttlbHllder, has constructed a record '?fcr-kcf,'for tho Wlllamotto boats hero MMtltvery part of tho llttlo gasolino rfteerfcas put together by Mr. Larson. I Vtl jjSTOPS FALLING HAIR SCwV Hair Vigor Is composed of sulphur, slyecrin, qulnln, sodium chlorld, capsl tfSW. alcohol, water, and perfume. Not a clnjjlc Injurious Ingredient In this .TAk your doctor If this Is not so. Follow his advice. A hair food, a hair tonic, hy jessing. Promptly checks falling hair. Completely destroys all dandruff. LMJtb INOT COLOR THE HAIR astfifc- .T. O ATFH COMHWT. TiwiOI, Mum Wl Look At This w5 'or Sale A first class rooming and bom ding houso prop osition at Newport, Oregon. lots will bo sold for loss than tho cost of tho houses. The buildings aro four yoara old and furnished comploto. Tho F owner is a non-rcsldont and needs tho money. Look Into this ns a speculation. LEE WILLIAMS Newport, Ore. OHO HANSEN President DON'T We honestly believe that this stock will be worth more than $1,00 a share a year from today, Work is going on day and night, the mine is showing up better than we ever anticipated, This mine will be one of the wonders of the world, Untold millions of dollars in the richest kind of copper ore are plainly in sight, but It takes money to get those millions out, We want $30,000 to complete building roads, tramways, cross-cut tunnels, water power plant, concentrating plant, etc, and we are going to get it, Are you going to help? Do you want to make a good investment? Do you want to assist in bringing thousands of people to Marion county? Do you want to see the city of Salem double its size in a few years? Then buy stock in the Gold Creek Mine and assist in opening up those great natural resources, This !b about tho first real motor boat exhibited on tho Wlllametto here and those who havo taken a spin with Larsen describo tha rido as bolng tho most pleasant ana exciting of all wator sports. Larsen's boat is built with flno racing lines, being long, slender and light riding. A two cylinder gasoline engine is Installed which pushes tno craft through tho water at a surprisingly fast rate of speed and when going tho limit, one would pot imagine they were trav llng at the rate of 15 miles per hour, bo smooth and even does the llttlo boat glide along. Mr. L.arscn Is to be congratulated on his .success in building racing boats and he is not satisfied yet with the racer ho has Just constructed, as he Intends to build another ono shortly of tho lat est racing typo and with much moro speed. Charles Dennison, another boat builder, has constructed n boat, but It Is not built exactly on tho racing plan. Mr. Dennlson's boat is on tho order of a pleasuro launch and is furnished with nil tho luxuriant com forts of a factory-made article. His boat Is speedy, however, as well as comfortable. Two houses and furnishings and Inquire at Journal Office The Ptfice of Stock in the Gold Creek Mine ADVANCES TO 20 CENTS PER SHARE AFTER JUNE 30th. You have only a few days left to secure it at its present price of 1 5 CENTS PER SHARE. This will absolutely be your last opportunity! to secure treasury stock in this mine at 1 5 cents. WAIT H. V. McCLEAN, Fiscal Agent Gold Creek Mining and Milling Co., Room 1-2 Gray Blk., Cor. State and Liberty Sts. Tel. 605 Main BOOKKEEPERS BEAT THE ALPHABETICALS After much sparring by tho re spective playors of tho Portland Railway, Light & Power Company and tho Bookkeepers' ball aggrega tions over tho ball laws last night, tho lx-lnnins affair was finished, re sulting In tho stroot car playors bolng defeated by a scoro of 3 to 1. It was Jiust slmnly n lot of bone- headed bnso running which lost tho game for U19 Pi R. L. & P. Co. Not withstanding they had many mon on bases at dlfforont times, but only ono could bo scored. Ono of the stroot car playero hit n clnglo out to center field, which went between tho contor flcldcr's leg1;, but, instead of trying to mnko all ho could out of tho excel lent chance, tho runnor sauntered up to second base, whoro ho loafed a fow seconds and then mado a record Blow run for third, A basoball player with half an unbltlon could havo scored with ca'o. Tho Btrcot car mon cer tainly have tho correct baseball spirit, but tho manner in which somo of their player.: run bnoos and field tho ball, and then Jhrow it nearly out of the lot, will pot win thorn a gamo and tho sooner thoy romedy thoso costly defects I their lineup, tho sooner thoy will pull themselves off tho ground floor. A llttlo busy head work and somo good stiff prnc tlco would tond to holp.tho P. R. L. & P. Co. on tho road to fast ball playlns, for thoy aro a husky bunch, and th Interest thoy tako In tho gnmo helps them wonderfully. Huff man, tho railroad team's pltchor, played an excellent gnmo Inst night. It was almo-t Imposnlblo to steal on him, and lib strike-out list was on tho boom. Although Huffman has not been on tho turf long In tho pitch Ing class, ho sets up n good hard gamo, and novor goto off whon men fnll down behind him. Tho bookkeeping bunch aro suroly decorated with horro shoes and rab bit feet, including bolng blossed with a knowlcdgo of baseball, which en ables thorn to got la tho gamo with both feet. Last night thoy had Coo. Forbes, tho Y. M. C. A. man, on tho hill, and tho tall man wa? a hard customer for tho railroad mon to handle. Tho Dookcepcrs now havo tho king row pretty woll filled up with tho aBolsctanco of Forbos, as ho Is not of tho ordinary run of pitch ers. A hard workor, good-natured, and bunches of curve- mnko him an cxtrr. good pltchor, and his batting glim is suro and quick. Tho Book keeper; aro tho top-Btory team nt present, and It in probablo that tho balanco of tho tenuis will go nftor them hot-foot, now Mint thoy havo collected a hard bunch to bent. Con siderable rs3-chowlnf; wa? indulged 'n lnct nleht, owing to tho Book keepers i.ttomptlng to tnko Hunt out of tho box, who hnd been substituted oi account of Forbes becoming a llt DON'T tlo soro in tho arm, and replacing Forbes whllo a mnn wob at bat, but everything ended in flno shape, and Forbos, good-naturedly, consented to remain out until tho inning had been finished by Hunt. Leo Abbey (um pired tho game, and his decisions wero all good. UNCLE SAM REFUSES TO ACCEPT FREE LAND I United I'resi Leased Wire. Washington, Juno 20. It was an nounced today that tho government will not ncccpt the land offered by tho city ct Snn Pedro as a site for a torpedo station. According to tho opinion given by tho officials of tho war department, tho city had no legal right to mako tho offer of tho land, nor has tha government a right to accept It Tho tract In question comprises 145 acres of submerged" land. It Is thought that tho effort of the San Pedrans to secuiq tho torpedo sta tion was a movo la tho Los Angeles consolidation fight, that has been In progress for moro than a year. Shortly after tho offer was mado tho city council of Los Angeles passed a resolution opposing tho ac ceptance of th i land, and lodged a formal proton with tho government. It is thought that tho Southern Cali fornia metropolis, anticipating future consolidation with tho seaport town, wishes' to rcservo tho tract ns a slto for warotousos and municipal wharves. THIEF CLAIMSE WAS HYPNOTIZED United l'reit Leased Wlrf.l Willows Cal Juno 2C. To tho unlquo defenso that ho was under hypnotic influenco when ho robbed n room' In tho Royal Hotol of this city, John Johnson today owes tho fact that ho Is not facing a ponal term. Johnson travel.." with a profession al bypnotlct, A, J. Leopold, and Is ono of his subjects at his exhibition''. His plcn that ho wait under Leo pold's Influenco whon ho ontorcd tho room caused tho churgo of burglary to bo roduc.'d to petty larceny and Johnson cecapod with a 90 days' coun ty Jail sentence DYNAMITER'S FATHER DECLARED INSANE I United rreu Leased Wlrl Orovlllo, Cal., Juno 2G. His .mind weakened as a result of tho recent trouble of his son, A. 0. Claudlanes, father of Jeter Claudlanoi, who wnB sentenced to San Qucntln for llfo for dynamiting tin Oakland homo of James L. Gallagher, Id to bo sent to tho stato asylum at Napa. Ho was adjudged Insane In this city yester day. DELAY The road from Elkhorn to the smelter site will be completed by Septem ber, then the Wilson-Gadsden Co, can start tho building of their $100, 000 smelting plant, Talk to any of Salem's business men who havo been up to the mines this spring and they will advise you to buy stock in tho Gold Creek Mine, They have backed their opinions oy purchasing liberally of this stock them selves; that's the best poof, Every dollar spent in this mine produces results, We have an expert mining engineer to supervise tho work, That is why we are so far ahead of any of the other mines in the Santiam District, The Gold Creek Mine Is the best equipped and best managed mine in tho state of Oregon today, Don't delay buy stock now while It is 15 cents per share, Remem ber, it goes to 20 cents after June 50th, Call and see, giiiaiiiiiamiaiiiminMiimi ; Special At the Garden New Potatoes, Green Peas, Radishes, Asparagus, Pie Plant, Oregon Berries, Our Fruit Special Oranges 35c Pineapples, per can 20c Apricots, Bananas,Grape Fruit ' Have you tried our New Boiled Have you tried that C, & S, cheapest, Only IMOIR GROCERY! Mitchell wfif !! iimiwnnfiimiiiif Pf f ilfllfllllltft !lf Wl !! itui NOTICE! For Sale A very choice building lot, close to heart of city. Suitable for flats or residence. For information see It A. JOHNSON & CO. MURPHY BLOCK aif iamaitaiiiiif iif ifiwiin BUY IT Today Spot of Salem Turnips, Cabbage, Lettuce J York Cheese or that fine $ Ham? Coffee? The best Is the ; $ 40c per pound & Moir W. I. STALEY Secy, and Treas. NOW I TTSl