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DAILY CAPITA L JOUBNAIi, SALEM, OKEGOX, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1010.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
IB. IIOFER, Editor and Proprietor.
Independent Newtpnpor Devoted to American Principle) and
the ProgreM tnd Dorolopement of All Oregon.
Pnbllabed Sreiy Evening Except Sunday, galom, Ore.
(Inrariablr tn Advance.)
i lenj, by carrier, per year............f.CO Fer month,
Ht, by malL per rear. iM Fer month,
tVMkly, by mailt Pr Tear..... 3.00 Six montha
A RANK FAKE
STAJIPEDE STOPS AS SUDDENLY
"' AS IT BEGAN, BUT IN ITS
PLAGE A BIG JlUSII STARTS
FOIl STEWART CITY, B. C.
' 1 t united warns txunvo wins.
Seattle, Wash., Juno IB. Tho
rush to Idltarod has died away as
nuddenly as It aroso. Steamship
travol- to Alaska la vpry llttlo above
''normal Again. Continual reports
from Fairbanks, such as a cablegram
yostorday from W. B. Coom, that tho
now diggings wero a "rank failure,"
liavo killed tho wild enthusiasm that,
, arose pvor tho talcs that camo out of
. ,tho interior of "35 miles of pay
' Whllo tho reports are constant
from Alaska that tho Idltarod never
has been promising, tho deprecation
of tho now diggings Is not unani
mous, and a fairly steady travel will i
continue all summer.
Coincident with tho sudden end of
tho Idltarod Btampodo comes sensa
tlonal reports from Stewart City, B.
C, noar tho Alaskan lino.
TO COIN ALL fiOLD
IN SAN FRANCISCO
UNITED rSZBB L8ABBO WIBn.
Washington, Juno 15. All coin.
!ng of gold will bo In tho San Fran
cisco mint nnd all silver will bo
coined at Donvor horeaftor, accord
ing to nn order of Secrotary of tho
This moans' that only ponnloa and
nickels will bo coined In tho Phila
delphia mjint and whon enough are
In circulation tho eastern mints will
' Secretary MacVoagh Bays gold
an bo coined cheaper In San Fran
cisco If only ' coined thoro and no
tuNinsD rmosa ugaibd winn,
'Now York, Juno 15. A tralllo
ngrcomont, which is believed today
will torminato In a permanent agree
ment, has been nuulo betweon tho
Southern Pacino nnd tho St. Louis &
Snn Francisco railroads, and will in
cludo all their linos west of tho Miss
issippi, south of tho Missouri and
oxionding to tho gulf and tho Pa-
gross passed at Philadelphia May 0,
177G." Mr. Worrell estimates the
value of tho bill at tho present time
to bo ono thousand dollars. He also
states that coin exports have sup
posed tho specimen in Washington,
1?. C, similar to the one ho now
possesses to bo tho only one of its
kind In existence.
Surprises never come singly, how
over, for it was learned today that
Mrs. Henry Meyers of this city has u
six dollar certificate which tallies
identically with tho description of
the ono now owned by Mr. Worrell,
oxpect that Instead of reading, "Ac
cording to a Resolution of Congress
passed at Philadelphia May 0,
1776" It reads "According to a Reso
lution of Congress passed at Phila
delphia July 22, 1776."
In addition to this she has another
bill for one-third of a dollar. This
bill roads, "According to a Resolu
tlon of 'Congress passed In 'Philadel
phia February 17, 1776." On one
side of this bill appears to bo a seal
with this Inscription on It: "Mind
Your Business." On tho other sldo
of tho bill Is a chain ot thirteen links
In tho form of a circle, each link
bearing tho namo of one of the ori
ginal thirteen states. Both bills
Wore printed by Hall & Sellers at
Philadelphia in 1776.
Mrs. Moyors Is very proud of
these bills as they wero originally
owned by hor fathor, Geo. A. Edos,
nnd she has ovory reason to boliovo
that tho $6.00 ono is Identical with
tho ono owned by Mr. Worrell, of
Albany, with tho oxcoptlon above
SECRETARY OF STATE KNOX DE
CLARES THE ESTABLtSlDIENT
OF AN INTERNATIONAL COURT
OF ARBITRATION IS PRAC
Auto Accident In Norway.
ONITKD PHHRS IBARED WlItB.)
Christiana, Juno 1C. Herbert U.
D. Plorco, United States mlnlstor to
Norway, Is suffering from a broken
arm today and Mrs. Plorco has a
badly wrenched shoulder and sovoral
bruises, as a result of an automo
bile accident near hero. Tho driver
of tho machine, to avoid collision
with a cart, turned Into a bank and
Mr. and Airs. Plorco wero thrown to
MISS COWLES LEADS IN
THE CHERRY QUEEN CONTEST
Miss Nolle Cowlos still holds tho
load In tho raco for queen of tho
cherry fair, following being tho
standing at tho closo of tho ballot
Nolle Cowlos 405
Mary Eckorlon 377
Lola DoLong 235
Mabol Smith 183
Vorno DoWItt 136
Graco Eoff 101
Barbara Durhln 100
Joan Bollo ill
"DoctorH of tho Musses."
Is what ono wrUor Iuib termed
Good, hnnost proprietary modl
clnos like Lydla E. Plnkhnm's Vogo
tnblo Compound succcod, and the
homes ot tho masses nro blessod by
thorn, whllo thoso which nro worth
less or harmful soon drop out.
Thirty yoars of success In curing -to-
tcluc. Thoso two linos will domlnato, mnIo 11Ia, rccor., f L vdl. H
tho state, nunougu tnoir linos aro in
no way parallel.
Tho combination is tho largest In
America, and covpra 33,000 mllos of
MRS,. HENUY MlfYEHS HAS TWO
PIEQES OF OLD CONTINENTAL
PAP1!R MONEY. ISSUED IN
1170 AT PHILADELPHIA.
In tho Oregonian of Tuesday
morning, Juno 14th. appeared, an
orUalo In regard to a ploco of raro
enrronoy secured by Walter II, Wor
rell, a dark In tho Albany poBtofflco.
Tho nlcco of currency described In
' tho nrflolo is a cortlfloato for six
dollars. H, la 3 by 2 inchoa in
bUo, and It boars this 11101110'
r"Th!s hill entitles th bearer to ro
colvo six Spanish milled dollars or
tho .ytvlup tharoot In gold or Uvr.
According to a resolution ot Con-
0 Capital National Bank, 0
. 0 . . Salem, Oregon. 0
O Capital, BurpluB nnd Undivided 0
Q Profit, 8110,000 0
O Officer und Directors: O
U J. II. Albert Preeldsnt 0
O B. M Qrqlsan. .VlePrggldajit 0
Jos. H. Albert,. ,.?..0ulir o
0 John A. CorBOP, ' O
O a oo. S$, Rodger. O
0,0 0000 o' 0000000000
Plnkham's Vogotablo Compound,
Wo offor ono Inindrod dollars re
ward for any caso of catarrh that
cannot bo curod by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tolodo, O
Wo, tho undorslgnod, have known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 yoars.
and boliovo htm perfectly honorablo
In all business transactions and
Unanclnlly ablo to carry out any
obligations mado my his firm,
WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesalo Druggists, Tolodo, O
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken In
tomally, acting directly upon tho
blood and mucous aurfacos ot tho
Bystom. Testimonials sont treo.
Price, 75 conts per bottle. Sold by
Tako Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. o- i-
Any lady rondor ot this paper will
receive, on roqnost, a clover "No
Drip" Coffoo Stralnor Coupon prlvi
logo, from Dr. Snoop, Rnolne, Wis.
It is silver-plated, very pretty, and
positively prevents all dripping of
tea or coffee. Tho Doctor Bands It.
with hla now freo book on "Health
Cortoe" simply to Introduoe this
olaver substitute for real coffee Dr.
Shoop's Health Coffta Is gaining It
great popularity bwnuse of: first
Us axquUlte taste and flavor; soond
Us abolut hafllthfulnaw; third, its
economy 1V6 lbH 26o; fourth, its
eonvaulana. No tiadlous 30 to 30
mluutaa boiling. ."Mado In a min
ute" says Dr. Shoop. Try It at your
grocers, for a pleasant surprise.- J.
fnHITKD PIIESH LSiSBn WIBB.1
Philadelphia, Pa,, Juno 15. In
ono of the most significant speeches
yet made by a member of tho Toft
cabinet, Secretary of State Knox to
day declared that tho "establishment
of an International court of arbitra
tion justice practically is assured
Knox's speech was made at the com
mencemcnt oxerclscs of tho Unlversl
ty of Pennsylvania. His utterance Is
regarded as tho most Important re
cital of tho administration's attitude
on foreign relations that ho has made
since he become secretary.
Knox declared In the courso of his
speech that the present administra
tion had carried America's foreign
policies to greater lengths than had
any preceding administration.
Speaking on tho subject of "the
spirit and purposo of American dl
plomacy," Knox said:
"Tho United States has always unl
formly exhausted every source to
amicably adjust International difil
Ho then recited the efforts of
America to make Tho Hague tribunal
a real arbitration court and said
that h,o believed thoso efforts would
soon result In the establishment of
such a court. Knox Intimated that
tho forolgn powers had gone so far as
to formally approvo America's plans
regarding tho court.
Reforrlng to oxlsting relations be
tween tho United States and China,
Secrotary Knox doclared:
"Americas diplomacy In that em
pire is .markod by a regard for Chi
na's rights as a sovorolgn power. In
splto of an insistent desire of Ameri
cans in China that this government
should co-operate In warlike meas
ures, wo have adhered to a policy of
Knox referred to Zelnya, recently
deposed NIcaraguan president, Bay
"Inherent sympathy for self-gov-orrimont
had a large part In Amerl-
ca's sympathy with tho recent evic
tion of tho tyrants Zelnya and Castro
Whoso cruel government soon will bo
succeeded by governments that are
really responsible and republican."
What An Old Farmer Saw nt
Ed. Journal: I attended the Jub
ilee of tho O, A. C. the past few dnys
nnd had somo pink tea with Doc
Wjthicombo nt Waldo ha'l. The
Doc shows no signs of wearying iti
his grand work of teaching itclentlfte
ngrlculturo and looked as fresh In
his white vest ns ono of the daisies
on tho campus. First thing Btrucit
mo was tho young farmors In long
blaok drosses college gowns, they
call 'em. Thoy have a puckering
string'Ut the nook and aro cut doml-
trnln and tho young bucks hitch
them up behind a little to keep from
stoppln' on tholr trails. I'll bet
any ono ot thoso young cow punch-
ors or shoop borders would have
litvo a dollar to kicked It off. "They
wear a squaro shingle on top of
tholr bonds and call thorn mortnr
boards, but I didn't soo any on 'em
cnrryln' mortnr around tho now
building F. A. Erlxson was putting
up. Tho- Idea of carrying mortar on
yer head anywny wns ridiculous, as
the mortar's nil packed In hods
whoro I grow up.
Tho gown Is not so bad for n
priest but to put ono on a farmo.'
may bo scientific agronomy, but nt
like to boo n man break a new yok9
of steers In ono of thorn contrap
tions. Tho girls looked nil right in
tho black Mothor Hubbnrds.
Everything Is yellow at O. A. 0.
You'd think it was a colobratlon of
Ornngomon In Nestor county, Ire
land. Rominda mo of an incldont
that hnpponod on St, Patriok's dav
In Now Work City. A nogro wns
burying his face In n big orango ns
the pnrndo wont by, whon rr big
Irish policeman hit him ft clip and
sont him sprawling In the guttor.
Tho nogro got up and said: "What
you hit mo fur, boss? I hain't doue
nuftln." Tho pollcomnn ordorod him
off the street, Baying: "This Is jia
day to ba outln' oranges. Eat
ploklea or something greon." Tho
ornnue color wouUl bo more appro
priato for California but ns the Ore
gon grnpo Is yollow, wo will have to
stand for tho color ot tho stato llow
er. Professor Talllnndlar playad n
rlKolelto from DoiUuattl, ns near as
I ooiilil translate It from the pro
gram. He playad it Ilka farte, a
Udy near mo said, but I'd have r a til
er heard "Old Dan Tueker" on &
fiddla than thli Itnllnn wrigg'etoes.
and he vu no tnll-emlar either
The dance in the evening was Una,
vtie college garden naada hoeing but
'a not aa far ndvtuiaed as some of
th gardens around Roln.
If you are in Need of the Best
Obtainable in the way of Dry
ing Stove, either for Fruit or
Hops, get a High Grade Boiler
Plate Steel Stove made by the
Anderson Tinning and Furnace
The Old Cast Iron Stove is Out
of date and you will get Fooled
558 Trade St.
OF A NEGRO
ARKANSAS TOWN HAS A HOLI-
DAYiAND CITIZENS PAT THEM
SELVES ON THEIR HACKS
OVER THEIR OWN DISGRACE.
Winnipeg, Man., Juno 16. It is
believed that there is little chance
of tho village of Hymens being
saved from destruction by a forest
fire which surrounds It, nccordlng
to reports here today. Rangers are'
en route from various points to as
sist In extinguishing tho llro, which
already has burned over a large
area of timber for 50 miles north
and we3t af Fort Williams, Ont.
Tho countryside Is aroused and
ovory avallablo man Is out fighting
desperately to keop tho flames from
Chamberlain's Cougli Itciuedy tli?
Best on tho Market.
"I havo used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and find it to bo tho bojt
on tho market," says E. W. Tardy,
odUor of The Sontlnol, Qalnsboro,
Tenn. "Our baby had several colds
the past winter and Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy always gave It relief
at onco and c rod It in a short time
I always recommend it when oppor
tunity prosonts Itself." For cale b
all good druggists.
More About Bribery Cnse.
(UNITEp PIKS5 LEASED WIBB.
Chicago, June 14. A letter writ
ten by Loe O'Nell Browne Instructing
Charles A. White to see Senator Lor
imer's secrotary, who, it was stated,
would give Whlto a job, was Intro
duced today In Browne's trial for al
leged bribery in connection with the
election of Lorimer to the United
The letter was one of a number
written by Browne to White and in
troduced by tho state in tho hearing
In some of these letters Browne re
ferred to White as "Old Pal" and
Last, April, White testified, Browne
told him to keep quiet until Janu
ary, then something would happen."
Ho said ho refused the job which Lor
Imer's secretary. offered him.
White said he visited his old home
In Knoxvlllo and other points In Ten
nessee. Tho expenses of th'o trip
wore paid out of the money Browne
had paid to him to vote for Lorimer,
Ho told of other trips which he
and Browne had taken during the
summer following Lorlmer's election.
He said that he had loaned Browne
?200. On cross-examination, White
admitted that he had been sued by a
Knoxvlllo tailor for failure to pay a
Mr. Rockfeller says the world is
getting better; and Miss Ida Tarbell
says so, too. Guqss It surely must
Any reports of republican dls-
senslon make the 1912 call of duty
sound louder than ever to W. J-Bryan.
Rosy Cheeks or Pale Ones?
A moment's reflection with your mirror will give the hint as to tho condition
of yo'ir system. Palo cheeks, muddy complexion, dull eyes, show a poverty
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Tills aid" the stomach to digest its food and to assimilate the blood -elements.
They increase the supply and improve the quality of the blood. If you aio
pale, weak, languid, or anaemic, a few doses of Beecham's Pills will
ake all the Difference
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