Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 21, 1914, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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CARRANZA GIVEN
ANALYZES SITUATION
AT LONG DISTANCE
If
OYAHON AFCAPITAL
OUR MEN'S CLOTHING STORE IS OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. SATURDAYS.
THE DAILY CAJIT AIi JOUaMTAL, BAXEM, 0RXQOK, ntTPAT, AUGUST 21, 1914.
Fralc In Streets and Bios Hymn ! Points Out WX&t Havmitt Usm sua
Composed for the- Occasion At H
Passed Government for tin Peopl.
Mexico City, Aug. 21. The occupa
tioa of Mexico City today by Genera'
.Veauatisno Carraaza, commander io
chief of the constitutionalist army, wai
complete. He entered the capital at
boob yeetefday, was proclaimed provis
ional president and then given no en
thusioetie welcome by the crowds on the
streets. Escorted by a squadron of cav
alry and the Fourth Honors battalioo of
infantry, which acted as a guard of
honor, General C'arranza mounted on a
splendid horsa, left Atzcanotcalzo in
tie Ultimate Posts Ef facta of Vic
tories at SerCTil Points.
By J. W. T. Hasan.
(Former London ('orrespoBde.it of the
United Tress.) ,
New York, Aug. 21. (11 a. m.)
The German occupation of Brussels pos
sess a greater political Uian military
advantage. The rity ia strsgetically ,
unimportant at preseut, but if Uarmany )
holds it when the war ends it will pos
sess a strong card at tae congress
which drafts the peace terms.
r.ven if Germany should be defeated,
time to enter Mexico City at noon. He ! its envoys will require all the material
srat met at the city limits by the mayor advantages they can show to minimize
ad the city council. Hundreds of peo-jtiie terms agaiust them and possesion
plo were grouped along the line otiof Brussels will be a fact with import
marc a and as Carranxa passed they ant bearings and possibilities. The Bel
sang a by ma written for the occasion. Igian capital is somewhat important as
At the National theater the procession a railroad and commissariat center for
baited enough for Carrauza to receive
t the hands of workmen the flag which
tho late President Madero dropped at
that very spot February 9, H'13, the
date of the Huerta-Dinz uprising. He
assured the populace that tin revolu
tioa was over, and that the eonstitu
tionalista were to cive a sovernment i bombardment was thus prevented
for all the people and not for a small' Of the Belgians who retreated toward
the Germany army, but the circum
stances that it is in a community hos
tile to the invaders lessens its useful
nes.
The allies' strategy in abandoning it
was admirable from an economic as well
as fiom a military viewpoint, as its
part of them.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will bo received by th.
County Court of Marion County, Ore
gon, until Monday, the 24th day oi
August, at 12 o'clock noon, for th
construction of a brick flue for a beat
ing plant at the Court House, in ac
eordance with the plans and specifii-a
tioon now on file in the office of th
County Clerk. The Court reserves the
right to reject snv or nil bids.
MAX (JEHLHAR,
County Clerk.
Antwerp probably only enough will en
ter that city to do garrison duty, the
rest being detached for active field ser
vice. No dispatches mention the French or
British as being with the Belgians in
the north, and it is practically certain
that they are in southern Hclgiuui.
The Uermaus probably will not follow
their advantage to the northward, as
there se ir nothing to gain by such a
detour, 'ihey must plant a sufficient
force in trout of Autwerp to keep the'
garrhoa locked up, but the main pur
pose of their advance is to reach
France.
A Paris dispatch suggests that if
the Germans have selected a northern
Former Indianans of Xewberg will (. ircling route, the allies' plans will
hold their f irut association meeting ntlhave to be rearranged.
Xewberg Friday. j The possibilities of diseoner; ting the
; enemy may have outweighed with the
I German general staff t.'e danger of fol-
Sa w r-i m m lowing the course of the Scheldt into
f I W ivl 'France, with .Antwerp's great lortifi
" Asj cation threatening first the German
flank an.l then rear. j
If so the strategy involved will be
one of these daring war time strokes
afterward described as the work of a
genius if they succeed and the work of
a fool if they fail.
The French operations about Met
anil Saatbruek have been a feeling oi
the teeth in the lion's mouth of Strrs
biirg, and there has been no progress
with the enveloping movement.
A French report mentions a French
advance guard retreat to the River
Seille. The stream is close to the French
frontier and about 15 miles west of half
a dozen towns in Lonaine taken by
General doff re. If the French retreat,
it means an evacuation of these, ami
Germany's second victory of the war.
THURSDAY,
AUGUST 27
on
wm u h
In Grand and Glorious Union with
"THE
WIZARD
PRINCE
OF
ARABIA'
ORIENTAL SPECTACLE AND BALLET
Max Stannlnlr Slunentlona Fra
Sarll In a Ulatory at Pmnlrr.
lavralle Dreams) Come Trne aail
Matarltr's "'' VIvUl Expectation
htliM
Completely Re-Created Arena
TAKE SALTS 10
F
Eat Leas Meat If You reel Bickscly
or Bladder Troubles Yon Salts
Is Fine for Kidneys.
arm rvTErfVATioNALi.Y ai?owy
it Kt KvrnnMC, F.t ii.innis-
T I O. ACROBATIC, liYMNAVrlC.
AFHIAI.ISTIC An H1PPI)IVMA
TIO CHAHPIOIVS IX RKVRl.ATIOM
JtRf k" EATS ARROllSiD AMI AI.OPT.
Saturday Will Be Men 's Extra Spe
cial Bay at Stockton's Store
Be sure to get your share of these great values offered by the "Reliable Store," as it has been dubbed by our custom
ers. "Buy from Stockton's and you know what you're getting." This was a remark overheard on the street, the conver
sation being between two men who are entire strangers to us, but the trend of their expression reflects the general con
fidence that the public feels in this store. This Saturday we give you extraordinary opportunities. Take advantage,
SATURDAY ONLY.
Men's Smart Suits.
Including Blue Serges
Full of snap and style at great
savings; all patterns and styles.
MEN'S SUITS
$10.00 Suits
$7.65
$15.00 Suits
$11.85
$18.50 Suits
$13.85
$20.00 Suits
$14.85
$22.50 Suits
$16.85
$25.00 Suits
$18.85
Boys'
Norfolk Suits
boy's School Suit
Buy the
Saturday.
$3.50 Suits
. $2.75
$5.00 Suits
$3.98
$4.00 Suits
$3.15
$4.50 Suits
$3.55
$6.00 Suits
$4.85
$7.03 Suits
$5.55
$8.00 Suits
$6.55
$10.00 Suits
$7.85
MEN'S
EXTRA TROUSERS
$6.00 Trousers $3.50 Trousers
$4.85
$2.85
$5.00 Trousers
$3.98
$4.50 Trousers
$3.65
$4.00 Trousers
$3.45
$3.00 Trousers
$2.45
$2.50 Trousers
$1.85
$2.00 Trousers
$1.65
ALL MEN'S OXFORDS
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
Oxfords, Saturday only, $2.45
MEN'S WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS 15c values, 9c; 10c values, 6c; 5c values, 3c
MEN'S GOLF AND NEGLIGEE
SKIRTS
Fall patterns.
$1.25 Shirts 98c
$1.C0 Shirts 79c
75c Shirts 49c
Kanur Drained of lta Olehrlflea
Yield a Tournament Sunrrblr
Kalilary la Conreard Prc-Emlarnpe.
WORLD'S RAREST, COST
LIEST ZOO AND
ANIMAL NURSERY
110 DENS OF WILD
BEASTS, HERDS OF
ELEPHANTS AND
CAMELS, INFANT
GIRAFFE.
Meat forms uric acid which excites
anil overworks ths kidneys in their ef
forts to filter it from the system. Ke
guhir caters of meat must flush the
kidneys occasionally. You must reliee
them "like you relieve your bowels; re
moving all the acids, waste and poison, .
elso you feel a dull misery in the kid- j
ney region, sharp pains in the fcaek or
sick headache, dizziness, your stomach
sours, tongue is coateit ui when the
wouther is bad you have rheumatic
twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of
sediment; the channels often get irri
tated, obliging you to get op two or
three times during the night.
To neutralize these irritating adds
and flush off the body's urinous waste
get about four ounces of Jad Salts
j from any pharmacy; take a tablespoon
ful in a glass of water before break- ,
fast for a few days and your kidneys
! will then act fine and bladder disorders
disappear. This famous salts i3 made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
'juice, combined with lithia, and has;
: been used for generations to clean and
stimulate sluggish kidneys and stop ,
' bladder irritation. Jad salts is inex-
1 pensive; harmless and makes a delight
ful effervescent lithia-watcr drink ;
l which millions of men and women take
! now and then, thus avoiding serious
kidney and bladder diseases.
SWITZERLAND READY
TO RESIST INVASION
00
MEN'S SUMMER BALBRIGGAN
UNDERWEAR 50c values, 39c;
25c values, 19c. MEN'S PORUS
KNIT UNDERWEAR-50C values,
39c. MEN'S OUTING FLANNEL
NIGHT GOWNS $1.75 gowns,
$1.35; $1.50 gowns, $1.15; $1.25
gowns, 98c; $1.00 gowns, 79c; 85c
gowns, 65c.
REVIVES PRIMITIVE
WAY OF LOVE MAKING
Youth of 18 Forces His Way in Hoa-;e
and Fires Eevolver to Intimidate In
mates and Captures 17-Year-Old Girl.
DUTCH TROOPS MASS
TO PROTECT BORDERS
Flushing, Holland, Aug. 21. Dutch
troops were eoncentiatiiig today iu the
provinces of Zeelnnd and Dutch lira
bant, on both sides of the ."Scheldt, to
enforce neutialitv in the event of a
The Markets
'the Willamette Valley Woolgrowers' as
siK'iniion, closed yesterday at the l uion
of stock at the yards follows:
San Francisco, Aug. 21. Advices re
reived here today from
that Charles Vozelle, son of a wealthy
merchant, had been arrested there fol
lowing the alleged abduction here last
niyht by him of Miss Sadie Broadhurst,
aged 17 veais, a trained nurse. Bozelle
is 18. .
According to the polic e, Dozelle drove
up to the home of Dr. J. V. Hawkins,
where Miss Broadiiurst was attending a
patient, forced his wy into the house, to guard against this.
iireil a revolver to terrorize us in
mates, seized the girl, carried her out
to an automobile and drove to San .lose
at 30 miles an hour.
., " , .German attack on Antwerp.
San .lose said ....... ... ... ,
X lip ill, in ii.'iiui i. niiirn iiuiii in,;;
frontier but its outer fortifications, on ;
the north, are but a mile and a half
from it. An attack on them would al
most inevitably menu a violation of .
Dutch territory. The cloving of the
Scheldt, which might be incidental to
such an attack, would also constitute
an infringement of Dutch neutrality,!
but
JOHN D. HAS SECEET SAFE.
'THE CANDY SHOP.'
! Austrian Troops Gathering Presumably
! to Threaten Italy It Is Feared May
Try to Cross Her Country to Aid
Germans.
Hiddon Alcove Protects the Hold of
Private Papers from View.
Yonkers, X. Y.. Aug. !!. Jidin D.
Rockefeller has hnd an automatic time
r.nfe installed in his mansion nt r'oenn
tico Hills for valuables of a particu
larly personal nntuTc.
I No one but members of the family
know whnt room it wns l.lnced in. Not
that comes here to the Orand Opera , evea tie M.rvR,x ,vpr. .-,nitted to
house is without a doubt one of the , nhre it was taken after it
unloaded at a rear door of the dwell-
inf.-. M a fiirttK'r saregniu-'l a secret
When Rock and Fulton started in this
past summer to organi.-.e the company
of "The Candy Shop," they virtually
fine tooth-combed Broadway for show
girls and choristers. The result has
since been apparent, for the attraction
I'riniM steers
stockyards after a two-day session. It Choice steers .
wits a complete s.iccess and it is the in- , Medium steers
teutioii of the association to make the Choice cows ..
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS. ' affair an annual event. W,i,ilur sales I Medium cows
Day, timothy J11.0U are biing held each year in Kiiglund Heifers
I lover, per ton 7.00 inid the local growers expect to make 'Calves
fists and vetch 8.00 their auctions equally notable, bctinv- Hulls
Cheat 8.0U ing that western Oregon otfeis tin- Stngs
..n.ut, pi-r Dusliel S.jcdiSCc equalled advantages for growing; llogs
' Bran, per ton $28.00 thoroughbred sheep. Light
Oats, per bushel .'t."e : Total sales aggregated about 1000 Heavy
I i. hittim Lark, per lb 4Mi(u'e lel( ninl prices were satisfnctoiy. Kama , .Shec
; Potatoes, per owt 1.00 ,.,! llt fr(im $20 to ifiO a head. Cots- Wethers
Butter End Eggs. , wold, Mhropshire and Lincoln bucks in Lives
Biitterfat, per r., f. 0. b. Salem J.'lc. 1(,ns uf ,,, H(,, Ht Kn BV,.ril(,,. ,,ri,.,. f Lambs
i Creamery butter, per lb 3")C 5 mrh (.im1 lri).,,9 wcre ffeied fr
I hhi , pure bred stock and the only wig in
; Poultry. ! prices was for poor quality sheep.
1 Hens, per lb 12c tlindes dragged somewhat.
Hoosters, per lb ec j Buyers were in attendance from,
about all the const states and they '
,n'iilu fti.tiv.. Li. In for thp stock ottered.
!stc,'rs 5!-i(o;6ci.,.1(, r,,H1)ts f tie R!lu, w,.rc m0Ht grat-
I Cows, per cwt. r.4'-'''' if vine and crowcrs were pleased with,
Hogs, tut, per lb. ''f U,i- outlook. The sheep growers con-!
block MS' 1'" 10 " 75 .hided the nffnir with a bnnouet at the!
Hn.lewnod restniirant last night.
Prices for other livestock yesterday '
weie practically unchanged, with offer- i
ings at the stockyards rather poorer!
than usual. I'ortland still maintained
2oC!its lend as the highest market for hogs'
in the country, with the ruling price
POETLAND MARKETS. of !l..')0 being paid fi r best stock.
1 Portland, Ore., Aug. 21. Wheat ' Shippers were: ;
flub. S7c: bl.iestem. W7c. I Willi cattle K. I.. Wiley, Wallowa.,
.$7.00u7.25
t!.75(i7.00
H.23(iiri.75
H.OOffi" H.25
5.25fV5.75
5..r0(f( H.oil
ti.(IO(rfS.2".
.'t.iM)o4.r,(i
4.50(ij5.75
l.25(i !!..-0
tt.:i5(fi8.fi0
4.00(rI4.7r
;i.50(ii4.2-"i
5.00&1 li.00
' r, t M .
British warships were depended oiitrr'cr" ""
Kwes. per It, 3Vd
Spring lanibp, j.er M I'ieCaSe
Veal, lirst class Lie
feiis.
Dry, per lb 8e
Salted country pelts, each 65c(o II
Lamb pelts, .each
SACRED HEART
ACADEMY
Under the direction of
Sisters of the Holy Names
SALEM, OREGON
the
! Basel, Aug. 21. Swiss troops wcre
keeping a very close watch today on
1 the Austrian force concentrated in the
Tvrol.
It was the general opinion that they
2 P. M. TWICE DAILY 8 P. M.
- rat Perfaraaare I'rfpHH by
GALA STREET PARADE
Admission to Cfl t,"""?"
i swellest bunch of stage beauties that
i hes ever visited this city. "The Candy
1 Shop" was organized in miHsummer ; n,.,,ve wn P(,nftriicted off one of the
when the cream of .New lorK n chorus roon,8 nnd th( K,fp Ka ,,),.,,,) j t,Mt
wnrld was available and was able to ; Truckmen taking the safe to the
round up an aggregation of inusicel : )r(riKl.s ,v,.rc stopped by the snuill
comedy entertainers that have since Brmv (,f gif, K, tKBrm about the
miJe this sbowr one of the most talked e.lte and since the I. W. W. disturb
about and successful attractions on tour r-AreK ,) w,.re Iot Hilmitted until Mr.
this season. In addition to William 1 Vt-fettrr intervened in their behalf.
t'(K-k and ilnmle rulton. nnu n hnl. 1 a
Oats No. 1 white feed, 21 (ic; grny,
21e.
Barley Brewing, 21',',e; feed, 21c.
Hugs Best live, !l.r.0.
l'rinie steers, 7c; fancy cows, ti'ic;
best calves, 8(fih'ic; spring lambs, 5
Co "e.
Butter City creamery, 35e.
Lggs Selected locnl exiras, 2"((i2Se;
hens, 13c; bri ilers, 17c; geese, 10ft; lie.
1 cars.
With sheep D. T. Ketchum, The Dal
It's, 3 cars; (1. K. Warner, l.cimnon, I
car; A. L. Druniimd, l.yle, 1 car; Aid
rich it Son, l.yle, 3 cars.
Sub s yesterday were:
. , . u:l i miu Jltllllir
were garnering w.i.. , uw.- , fc ; f(f r liz01, ,
Hies Willi "Vi " " 1 :,, .(inIlf.l ronnti.t nn thi.rn ia n
mediums
I urnpmte is an excellent luoricanr lor
all open bearings, chains and the like.
given to the possibility that they might , ,riBbtlv medi
be lntenne-i runner iu BirciiRiiicu i
i SI U.ala muma ta
joermans in . .o --- i nr,,ihle to rnrral on Br.mdwnv ami : cessnrv hv the
" , , ivK.a ,rhai.s attende.1.1''" environs. These number approxi-; stage effects, accessories and equip
as happened in some instances, when frty. Then, to make the shor
the Dnke of Tuscany 's forces made the I ''"'a nee evenly, there is a youthful male
WHEAT IN CHICAGO.
Chicago, Aug. 21. After opening un
changed, wheat advanced 1 to 2
ents todnv, and then fell back about
The volume of trading was
12 ewes
MM lambs
142 lambs
5 ewes
10 wethers 105
22 ewes JL1
M lambs 7
Weight,
.. 1...I
. . 0
., 00
.. 108
I'l ice.
:umi
5..r)ii
5.30
:i.3
.7.p)
4.23
5.00
BOARDING SCHOOL
AND DAY SCHOOL
Most approved methods, Pri
mary, Grammar and High
School Departments, Complete
Courses in Harp, Piano, Voice
Culture, Violin and Harmony.
enmirM. n tirnviwion thBt in mnOf ne. 1
i m , .n - n.itint ,.f ..rill.
narrow; and the bulge was apparently
i it n to the
Everything www prick.
Down town llCKet Uince ai;s.- .,pl,traiitT. The Swiss sre deter
Pat ton Bros. Stationery Store. : mined to resist sny invasions of their
Ticket on sale show day, same
price as charged at the grounds
NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BUBGHASDT MXSESITK
BoHdont Axents. 585 BtsU Btrm
'ment employ! in the big pro.luettow. uu' to sentiment, rather tha
1 In nnMinir tlpthpr hi u,ei .how. !. l"y news developments.
lnc uc . """'-'.V..--; - "f I chorus of tirentv, everv one of whom management appears to have spared! 1 "e no.an wneai crop is
same jonrnev recently, witfc violation oi . , , ' ... . . , OOO bushels under ut vear accordiiiL'
...... ,i;t Tho Hwian in ,lter- 's a trained and eipenenced dsneer. neither pains nor expense and in the u" ""' unuer imi year, in i oruinj,
While ererv theatre on the route of j staging of the production the minutest 10 esiimnies receiveu nere.
"The Csndv Shop" is expected to be , detail has been carried out with the , Trading in corn was fairly active nnd
equipped wi'th a capable -.rr.estra. the! most faithful and exact precision. The ' I""-''8 advanced early to cents
management of the show has fortified j attraction is credited with record- i ov'r Ktenlay s close.
hnrh Son KraniiBin
territory with force.
Th flilem Mnnie.inal Band concert
... . I : ...tl.A nttralii. iriff, a loa.lAr firaf vln. ; amaaliinir rnna In
Will Dr DCII eaiuruay Ili;ui iu pio. r ui - .... n ...... . - .. - AnrTTrtV RATT" AT
toaiefat in Willson Park. The date has linist and expert trap drum soloist,- all and Los Angeles, and is preceded here uvllun
been uostponed by reooest. As this I of whom are permanent rixrures witn witn a reputation mat wouwi seem to
will be the last concert of Hie sesson, the outfit. "The Candy Shop" also
it is urged that Salem people bear
mind the change oi date.
m ! carr.es its own crew of stage earpen
Jters, electricians and calcium light op-
warrant the prediction of a local turn-
sway patronage. The engagement is '
limited to one performance. i
UNION STOCK YAKDE (
I'ortland, Ore., Aug. 21. TJio initial
auction sale of high-bred rams, ewes
and lambs, held under the auspices t
H5 yenrlings
50 In nibs ...
I legs ....
23 steers . . .
23 steers . . .
25 steers . .
20 steers , . .
.'! steers . . .
:i steers ...
7 hogs
50 lambs . . .
20 wethers .
:!7 ewes
10 ewes . . .-.
-12 l ives . . . ,
S mixed . . .
.. 105
.. 72
.. 255
.. 702
..lino
..1170
..IMS
..1210
.. 72:1
.. 150
. . 00
. . 100
.. 152
.. 14'J
.. 15.1
.. 122
5 ); ill U1ICIICICI11.C Willi icugiuil
5. II' I
9.50
11.70
MODERN CONVENIENCES
of pupils.
Current prices cf the various
0.7"
li.l
0.25!
5.00 i
It. 20
5.oo
4.50
4.00
4.00
3.0P
4.H0 I
i'.lnsst
DOMESTIC COMFORTS
Scholastic year begins second
Monday in September.
Address, SISTER SUPERIOR