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ditorial Page of "The Capita
CHARLES H FI.SUtB,
Editor and Manager.
PUBLISHED EVEI.-Y KVKMNti EX Kt'T SUXDAV, S.W.l'.M. ol:F.!O.V. BY
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paper to you on t i'iw. kin-l !y phone the oiiculatiun manager, as this is the only
way we tan determine whether or not tin- curriers arc toilowiiig instructions.
I'honi Main si before 7 :'' o'clock utnl a paper will In' sent you by .special
messenger if the carrier ha.- missed y..u.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
round :i00,000,000 bushels. At the same time estimates
of the world's crop show a falling off from 1915 of 20
per cent. This would place the total yield for the world
lor the year at ::,:!7 1,000,000. At the same time the?
T'ysitr.l frifr.c nnf (' o ,- r A. , r, 1..-. n , . A I 4- , . A ...!-U ..,1 C .
ouucu kji.ai.c.- aim xiiaua cue Uieuilt'U Willi cl slUIJlUa Oi j , , .
100.000.000 hlishfls. Wen with this rWpnco A enontina I . "r '""1"""'i
India and Australia increase this to 700,000,000; and be-;.u i:e,i s.,!:t!, .wari, u ,.ini
siues tnere is still a big surplus remaining from last year.
On top of this still, is the unknown quantity in Prussia
where there is undoubtedly a large surplus from last year
owing to her inability to reach the markets. With the
ending of the war or the beating of the Turks, this sur
plus whatever it may be, would be thrown on the world's
market and would have a material effect in regulating
prices. From the present outlook, with a 20 per cent fall
ing off in production it looks as though prices would not
be as high as at present.
li it ixTCTin a irv i n i ihtpt rimnrir rr i nfWr
iiAW inmmA Lr. aiiAiim.i .iimriM lira m
UlnlL ULnj For .tifforrrs Frnm R,k k.ir hp Rhpiirnnlkm and Kidnov TrnnMo
v. v..v.v. . ... Uw.Uva.v, ....vMiiiu..oi.f uiu muiivr IIOUUJl.
endowed with other properties,
preserves the Kidneys in a
hu ay j
opened nt pe:e! n'ni,
llllll.-r the supi-i visll.ll f
Kiigil.o-r c arM.e. i,r :,,
'er,. wa.I-. I.i.t the r..-
have l.een siiiilnitteil to
'hi, II. .en:- f,,i- hi,
uinl tiwanls ,v ii! .
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elearinir. iii ei
i-iilvi-rts (,n the ljmi!.'
from T'mi: .1 . which, vhe
u ill cost apprnxi'iiatefy :
'i'. Nm auar.l
ii. iie'ii. lai ini!-
t a r
Mrs. John Jacob Astor was married yesterday to
Karl Dick, a multi-millionaire. Her first husband John
Jacob Astor IV, who went down with the Titanic, had
Only tli rep nn
t"Wn of liiih.n
Albany. iv;! l,e
e ilays aiel the little
til. I" niilfs v.cst r.t
the bu-iest place in
It is verv l'its' in
lii-iirame rt'iiioaiiv will ale
of a on! -Stake i risU on ymir lite the examin- tor it preseres the
i.i v -iti.in iwn n-i nil- iti.ne e'l'i Tirnuiv COII'llllon MV I Moron yll 1 V Cleail'
repoit uhi'th'-r ynu are a uoml risk, i them. Itein se many times raor
When you. ki.lin-ys (jet sloauish a ml act i ve than litliia. "Aniirie" clears
f!"it. y-o-i suffer fioin ba.kaclie. iek- the bloo, ami titters out those ilenos.
tipv -pei!. or the twinges its of lime-salts which cause so- much
if hiinba'jn. rli-iiinati.-in ami pain, ami prevents iliopsical eoiiilitioni
uiine is often i h.ir.ly, full such as swollen hands or feet and tha
t: cli.innels often yet sore hn-like appearance under the eyes,
is iii-iui l.eil two or throe "Aniiiic" js a reijulir insurance ami
. is the time you lifc saer tor all ng meat eaters ami
phy-iciaii of wide tho-e who deposit liiue salts in their
Dr. I'ierce of the joints. A.-l; the drujicist for " Anuric ' '
Smaieal Institute, put up by Dr. Pien-e, iu ."fl-cent pack
d o,- tor lame ayes, or 'send l.hu to Dr. i'ierce for
'Anuric." Write full treatment by mail,
send a sample of .
has taiiuht Or. I'ierce's l'hnsaiit Pellets for th
is a most liver and bowels have been favorably
s ami pains
f ( tl' sC.i,C
Ui.H.'l sleep is
,. ' t'mes n niht
ist r iu-f lull ot
con, , let.-,!.
trial ja.-ka-e of
your svm otoius ami
1 that "Anuric
.owertul aeut in diss., him; uric acid, known for nearlv ..u vears.
"ts at prcs.-nt genius; readv for the;
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nisiory is niaKing raiiuuy down auoiu uie kio uianue . jacoo Astor IV, wno went down with the titanic, had'peus h, tin, Ti.niv.iav. rimuy,-.
and the Muse in charge of the making of it is running on; settled $8,000,000 on her before marriage, and in his will ! "Vh .f ' 'vr '.'." i " . ' ! -Vi ,,'T,;,,!p-!,ir-"'
high, with the brakes swinging loose. The situation has; left her the income from $5,000,000 so long as she re-j there i..y tt'i,,.'up'u's ,iZ-s!".m.r'i
gone from bad to worse, until the worst is at hand. Justmained his widow. Evidently she did not consider the! 7'''Vi,e7!vtraVHMr ' j
what it will be will be known probably within forty-eight; honor worth the cost, and so she forfeited an income of! " '"" '"" j
hours, possibly much less than that. j about $1,000 a day. The new couple, however, can man-! ,si"!aiv ,AI.' ",at ,V, ',, , "' I
WUr. l.,f,.:.f ,i;,..,fl1(. loc.f ;,vl,f cl,,..,..! fl 1,.,1,.,J i.,. ,...: Tt ... il il' it i. ti ithe steamer 1'iro'hi is a red blot.-h ofj
inc iuiwi la.si inui. -nuuiu ills; in. i , Ufti LU SCI 11I1J UiUIlg. 1 1 V US Ui SUCH II1U1 I lageS LIUIL d OI1I1 ' splint, rel woo.ilyi,..' on the beach
tlotibt res.oml to such a call
ablaze with excitement, and the wires between Washing- j G. Saxe in describing marriages generally, wrote:
"I waive the case, the barren case of those
Who have no hearts to barter, or to lose.
Whose wedded state is but a bargain made
In due accordance with the laws of trade,
When the prim parson joins their willing hands
To marry city lots to western lands,
Or in connubial ecstacy to mix
Cash and collateral ten per cents, with six:
Or in the holy bonds of Hymen, locks
Impassioned dollars with enamored stocks '
Hearts such as these can play the queerest pranks
But never break except with breaking banks."
ton and General Funston's headquarters working over
time. Up to that time the only reports concerning the
battle, if it can be called that, between the American!
detachment and the Carranza forces in which there were!
a number of deaths on each side, were from Mexican!
sources, and therefore utterly unreliable, though one of
them was to the effect that the attack was made on the j
Americans-because they had not obeyed orders not tf;
travel in any direction except toward home, and that it!
was made by order of General Obregon, the Mexican j
secretary of war. The other reports deny this and lay j
the blame for the trouble on the Americans. j
Of course no one believes this latter story, for it does!
not square with the Mexican's statement that the troop-. The Oregonian discussing the interest other nations
ers were lured into an ambuscade where machine guns, might have in an American-Mexican war suggests that
were concealed, and where the fight took place. It is not; the Central allies might be benefitted some by the fact
reasonable to suppose the troopers would get into such; that we would use a part of the munitions now going to
a place for the purpose of making an attack. j the allies and thus deprive them of a portion of the sup-
At Washington, word from General Pershing, or some plies of this kind they have been receiving from this
other reliable American source is awaited, for on this' country. That sounds plausible at first glance, but with
depends what action will be taken. If. as seems probable, i the situation analyzed there is nothing to it. The amount
the Mexicans deliberately attacked the American troops 0f munitions used in the whole war with Mexico, if the
but one result can follow, and that is war. Indeed, the accounts from Europe are anywhere near correct, will
dispatches yesterday indicated that the officials at not equal one day's supply at Verdun. It would be a
Washington had little hope of any other termination of j negligible quantity. With our trouble with Mexico, if it
the incident. ! comes to an open break, there will1 be but little artillery
The preparations going on are further proof that this ' fighting. Most of it will be infantry and cavalry, and the
is expected. The militia is being rushed to the border as munitions used will be rifle size.
rapidly as possible and thousands of horses ami mules are
being purchased for use by the army. The militia is to Mexican Ambassador Arredondo called upon Secretary
be used ostensibly along the border to prevent further, Lansing yesterday, to inform him that Carranza had no
raiding, but it will be "handy" in case of need. i intention of going to war with the United States on ac-
From the orders given yesterday to move the national count of either the American note or the Carrizal fight,
guard of Missouri. Kansas and California, it may be ex-. Now if he could persuade Uncle Sam to feel the same way
pected that the Oregon contingent, being ready, will be about it, his side whiskers might feel much easier in his
among the next to follow to the front. While we are, mind over the outlook. ' He is in much the same position
preparing the Mexicans are equally busy. Yesterday's as the man who owned a dog that without provocation
reports were to the etlect that 2.),()00 had enlisted in one sent his teeth into a man's leg and received a mighty kick
j w here she went asho
I imagine the i,.. er of
. It is hard to
In- waves which
1 ,i, I.,... . f;,,.. 1
hint; wood, which is s.-attercd from the
jetty clear to Xew Lake. In miles down
the coast. All the small boards lyino
on the bcadi are beino picked up by
people for souvenirs, ns are also the
bolts and screws from the wreck. The
nuichinerv has all been removed. Soon
there will be nothino left to remind
one of the foundered ship.
There are quit., a number of others
u'io have had military trainine. and
would vrith a little reviewing be able
to helj. in teaching army tactics.
A company could be recruited in n
few days. l',,r there are dozens: of men
who believe in preparedness, and are
willing to join such an organization.
A Believer in Preparedness.
Phone Si for lack of service.
SMALL TRAIN WRECK
'e.v Castle. Pa., June 2'-',. Two per
sons were killed and six probably fa
tally injured when a freight car on ths
Harmony Klectric line struck a passen
ger car crowded with workmen during
a heavy fojj at North Sewickly, near
Two of the six seriously injured have
both legs cut off and little hope is hell
out for their recovery.
Portland's Live Stock Show held
each year in November, ranking next
in consequence to the International
Live Stock Show in ( hicugo. but which
has struggled for scleral wars for ex
istence is now on its teet financially
as the bankers of the state of Oregon
have shown that they are coiu-erne.l in
keeping it iu existence by contributing
lo,0lin to make it a success this vear.
with the Iieschutcs ,
man's paradise is f
slik, of t hippewa
who has b.
law. .1. H.
nntr as n sports
It bv i'. V. flail
n visiting his tirotheriu
tanlev. for the past few
Beautiful l'ust and Shoulders n
r Pp'sihl" if I'.iu villi wear a si icntillcally constructed
Bien Jolie Iira.vsieie. J
The drairsiiiK wciuM of nr. unennflnrd bust so stretcher the E
upportiint muscles that Ua contour of the llsurc is spoiled, m
put the bust buck where It lie- fS?
. -. -v... ...v. i.oi uu.LiMim
g" harms the appearance of llab- H
fHr.A.v .fn.irt , blllCsS. I'l UllUlil ti! til ilfinrcr nr
, Hcsh ot this shoulder giving a g
graceful line to the entire upper boilj-. "
Thpy are ttie daintiest and most serviceable earmetits Imasi-
ii.ojic come 01 it 1 1 iiMUT.ais anil Sljles; Cross Back, ttootc -a
Front, Surplice. Uaiulcau. etc. Boned with " Walohn," the H
rustless limine-permitting washing without removal. p
Hare your dealer show you Bien Jolie Brassieres, if not stock- &
ed, we will gladly send him, prepaid, .simples to show you. a
BENJAMIN & JOHSES, 51 Warren Street, Newark. N. J. H
In three ilavs hist week Mr.
Ilanslik caught all the fish he wanted,
of which the smallest weighed six
pounds and Sunday morning he wound
up by killing a big brown Pear.
Poos your table hoard cost you more
than .cj.nn a week? If it floes, you arej
living too high, for the Commons Co
operative club of Willamette university (
has shown by a three month's trial that!
.."! is enough for anyone to pav for
three sipiaie meals every day in the
week. In fact, the club now lias plans
under way by which it will be able to-
reduce this cost to .?J a week.
Port rnii'.'iua Courier: It is the con
sensus of opinion which we gather!
fi i business men in Douglas county I
outside of Koseburg that when the time!
comes for the building of a railroad
from the interior of Ihiuglus county, it
will be built on a water grade .low n !
the I'mpipia river to this haibor and'
open up and improve Douglas county,
besides heing the most practical route.;
HOW TO REDUCE
state alone, and that at all points in the country recruit-; therefor. "What did you kick my dog for? he isn't mad!
ing was being carried on. said the owner. "Of course he isn't mad," was the answer:
Of course, there can lie hut one ending to the war, and "He had nothing to get mad about, but I'm mad."
that is the speedy defeat of the Mexicans. The first real1 '
battle will change the Mexican opinion that the gringos Four companies of Idaho troops passing through! a simple, sate, reliable way!
will not fight. There should be but one or two real bat- Pendleton on the way to the concentration camp at Boise,:
People who ire over burdened with;
ties, and the rest will be a guerilla war, a chasing of small secured twenty recruits in less than an hour, in the i "J" 11
hands through the mountains and a starving of these into buckaroo citv. Before they were sworn in Herbert Mc-ipe'i' ' tmt ' ' " j
submission. This will take time, but if we start in the Cinn, an Oregon National Guard officer, told them he was;. ",;;'u ,ai ;:":U-T?
. . ., ... . . ... , ' . , ' ten pounds ot iinnealthv tat on are
job will be done thoroughly, so that it will leave a lasting organizing a troop ot cavalry, and the twenty jumped i unnecessarily weakening your vital or-;
impression and will not have to W done over again. j the IdaluVcompany in a minute to join it. Anything that ""he'beautv'o: urlgme"''101'!
vairauza nas oecn imng 10 ennsi me ;ouui Anier- ins :i horse connected with it. is cuaranteed to eaten thei There is no.d of anyone suttenng
lnni i.,,,Mill;r... U ! oi.l.. l.i,f If o, !,... ,,,, ,).,.,.-, 1 n . 11 . j. n i r .1 , i. i i.u i i t' rum superfluous fat. It'
iipuoui;. on m.s juu, uui ii .si viiis uu-y lliiueiMdIUI 1 eiUlieiOIl IvOUIHl-lip lailis. iU UUUgll UO. S 10r Llieill U lieil reduce oiir weight
film better than this COUtltrv dH . lor thev Obiected to his tho tnri'itvino dirk of nn Oroon rnvnse is :i nnssihi hrv. -'"i'l reliable way, without starsation
Innng recognized in the first place, and have but little1 ,
Tkere Is No Better
-fy walt.Mason ,
for him now. At the same time it is liable to!
diet or tiresome exercise, here is a test
' worth trying. Spend as much time as
That was a kind and thoughtful act the taking of a , 0,1 iM th" "i'l'n "' ''"T11" .KH'i"
cause a cooling of the friendship being formed with our hundred pairs of blankets to the boys of Company M at box ... 0V1 of ko'rcin capsules' talTone
southern neighbors, but the settlement of the affair and Clackamas Wednesday night and one the boys will not :;'n "H'al aiul "e l"'t'ure rotiri"s
the handing back of the country, cleaned ami repaired,; forget when they are down on the border and recalling ' Weigh yourself once a week so as to
to a substantial government, vill perhaps remove inhe pleasant things in far off webfoot, where the milk-,,-', -tv'-f X
great part this feeling. Whether it will or not. it is ton . is produced from a cow instead of a can and the water t or even skip single does until
late now to take into consideration any extraneous mat-! is not so hard that it has to be "broken" before it can be;-ZXrV" l!L, i i,
tei's, lor the tirst job is
to clean out ami then clean up ; used. The first nieht out will be one lone to be remem
bered, and the memory of it will be the more pleasant as
. I (l,....., Kl.,,lV..f .s OI,, ,,,!-,. ill, 1.1
: liiuM' nun ii mi in ii iuuirviic- air ivvuiivu, i
WHEAT CHOP ESTIMATE
; One difference between the fighting probable in Mex-
The government crop sharps estimate the wheat crop ieo, and that going on in Europe is that across the pond
in the United States this year will be 2;H;.r0(UHK) bushels: the contesting armies dig in, while it is pretty certain
lighter than the crop of 11)15. This shows pretty close that the Mexicans at least after the first fight or two.
figuring, or they would have lumped the decrease at a! will "dig out."
is pleasant to tai;e, an.) iieips digestion.
Ke i few ,iays treatment has been
reported to show a noticeable reduction
iu weight, footsteps become lighter,
yjur work seem easier and a lighter and
more buoyant feeling takes possession
your wu.ile lieing
"Some night," I said, "I'll bet a W. a vetTo-m u-;n
Vv:mpfents,i: fome, hei'euto yegg. The papers daily spring a tale of
unifciuio miu muc suiijfu mens Kaie. i cion t propose to
be despoiled of coin for which I've slaved
and toiled, and I shall buy myself a gun,
and ammunition by the ton." I bought the
weapon, and each night, while I was sleep
ing, snug and tight, it lay beneath my pil
low slip, in easy reach for instant grip.
One night I heard a cautious tread some
where adjacent to my bed. "At last," I
thought, "a burglar's come, and he will find
his luck is bum." Then dimly I beheld a
shape. "My friend," I mused, "there's no
escape. ' That shape I drew a bead upon,
ana nreci, ana tnen my Lncle John sent up a. veil that
nWZZ the shack, for I had plugged him in the back.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
Transact a General P.anking business
Safety Deposit Boxes
War Order Buyer
Shot In Chicago
why no had not pro
whom wo have rob-
'T !; -y that
New York broker.
ter asked Stone
tected this man
bed of $ lnO.Ot'ii."
b'ebbe lecoverel convlousness for a
few moments early today and said he
as shot by two men whom lie did
not know. Police were at first inclin
ed to believe he had shot himself, but
discovery in his pockets of duplicate
contracts for horses for the French
govi anient, prompted the war plot
'oiv. liebbe said lie lie.l iu New
j Around his bed the nurses sit, and say he's better now, a
:d on, tne aoctor s exercised his skill and I will have to
i hi. ago. June
who was found shot early today tn
I. uke Snore Orive. was a war order
buver for the French government add
ed :i war plot angle to the mysteiy
suriouiiding the ease.
liebbe was found with n bullet th
wound Over his heart. King on the Y
pavement on the diive. In his pocket m
was a tumbling letter, addressed to Let the Capital Journal New ToJty!
b'ev. .loli it Timothy Stone, pastor of a Column nut vour dolhir. nn Ov rivkt
fashionable I'hi, ago chinch. This let-tlek.
why not organize a
salem citizen company
To the Editor: Now that our sol
dier boys have left us. Salem is with
out military protection, and iu case the
militia is called for duty iu the field
more men will be needed.
A citien company could be organized
and driiled, snd then if needed eould
join a volunteer regiment and save
much time lost iu getting roe rait and
There are several men iu Salem who
' eould captain and drill such a company.
Mea who have seen actual service aiid
foot the bill. Now I appeal to everyone, "Sav don't vou
want a first rate gun?"
Always Watch This Ad Changes Often
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junk, metal, rubber, hidea and furs. I Py 2Vic per pound for old rgi. 1
Big itock of all iizes evond hand incubatora. Ail kind corrugate t
iron for both roofi and buildings. Boofing paper and aeconj hand
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302 North Commercial St Plona III J