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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, IAIXM, OSEOON, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914.
PAG3 TEES3 FRISCO WILL BE ALL Prediction Made Panama-Pacifi c Expo - sition Will Be Completed Half Tear Before Opening. EECOED BROKEN BY WdRKERS ENGAGED IN PBEPARATIONS Something About BuUding Which Are Nearly Completed or Are in Process of Construction. UNITED PM39S LEASED WIRE. Sun Francisco, March 13. The Panama-Pacific exposition will be com pleted eight months before the date of its scheduled owning February 20. 1915. This was the promise made here .today by its directors. San Francisco has just turned her self loose along the two-mile waterfront of the nearly completed "enchants! -city." She filled the entire day and Jiart of a night with jubilation, sports, a naval display, races, oratory, grand opera and bombilation of cannon, bo cause she had mado another world ffecord. The jubilee was celebrated among the nearly completed towering plaaces with their marbled domes and their half completed parks and gorgoous gardens. And it was called forth by the ce--tainty tlmt everyone of the mammoth exhibition palfie.es each one covering from five to ton acres and every lake and fountain and avenue and" garden and all the minor palaces of the ex position will be completed and read for occupancy just eight months before the opening day. The record which th. hustling Califomians have broken is this: The Panama-Pacific exposition will be ready, not merely on time, but Jong before; and since no other world's fair has been ready till long afterwards, this was considered reason a-plenty for its creators to jump up and crack their collective heels together. One year before its opening day, the $50,000,000 show plae was a little rrioro than 80 per cent finished. The firet of the gigantic buildings to be complet ed was the palace of machinery the 'largest wooden building ever construct ed. Its completion was celebrated last December by the first indoor aeroplane flight ever made, when Lincoln Beachey flew the length of its l,000foot nave', inder its' roof of Pompciian rod. The next building to be completed was tho huge palace of education and , social economy. This will be followed by tho completion early this month of th") palaces of agriculture, varied industries and mines and metallurgy. These al ready are roofed and domod and tha Travertine marble coating of the ex terior walls is finished. The palaces of manufactures, trans portation, food products and liboral turU will be finished not lator than Juno i. Last to be completed will be tho two most beautiful structures of all thj crystal palace of horticulture, with its jllnss dome, 152 foet in diameter the Inrgest dome in the world and the palace of fine arts, which, built of en during steel and cement, will extend in scmi-lnnar form nearly a quarter of u -mi lo along a forest-bordered wilderness Juke. 1'nder the dome of this building and loniinatiiig J)o whole display of statu ary, will be the first statue ever crocted lo motherhood, the contribution of tho Pioneer Mothers' association of Cali fornia. This building will house the largest lunn collection of pnintings, :mostly modern, from Europe and Amo rica, ever assembled at an exposition. It was estimated today that 60,001) exhibitors will bo represented in those various exhibit places, Three times ;ns much space for displays from all over the world has been applied for as the 1 1 palaces' can accommodate. No ex lii nit not manufactured or produce! within the past 10 years will be received In competition for prizes. It is planned to make the exhibit niiiipie in many respects. For example, firactiuiilly all tho exhibits ,evcn in cluding those having to do with educa- HENRY WITH SAGE TEA Grandma Kept Her Locia Dark, Glossy and Thick With a Simple Mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur. . ' The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair is grandmother's treat ment, and folks are again using it to keep their hair a good, . even color, which is quite sensible, as we are living in an age when a youthful appearance is of the greatest advantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product called I'Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy" for about 50 cents a bottle. It is very popular because no body can discover it has been applied. Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one Bmall Btrand at a time; by morning the gray hair disap pears, but what delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is that, be sides beautifully darkening the hair af ter a few applications, it also produces that soft lustre and appearance of abundance which is so attractive; be sidos, prevents dandruff, itching scalp and falling hair. Local agent, J. C. Perry. tion, social economy, labor, horticulture, and factory products, will be displayed of living processes working models a sort of laboratory for the fourteen mil lions of visitors who are expected to come as studonts to this universal uni versity. Up to date 34 foreign nations havj elected to be presented officially by pavilions and comprehensive exhibits; a greater representation than any pre vious exposition has been able to boast. Tho vast interest aroused in the San Francisco celebration is shown by the fact that every American nation be tween tho Arctic ocean and the south pole, will be represented by buildings and displays Argentina leading all the rest with an appropriation of $3,000,000. Even nations so distant as Turkey, China, and Japan, will spend the enorm ous sum of $700,00 each onjthoir die- plays. France, which fell down on her Panama canal construction plans, shows her Bporting blood by appropriating $500,000 to porticipate in tho celebra tion. Thirty-five states of the union have already decided to erect buildings. Tho others are soon to take similar action. STORES ORDERED CLOSED. Now York, March 13. The two big department stores operated here by Henry oeigol and bis partners wero ordered closed yestorday afternoon by the federal court. HEADACHY. COSTIVE. Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour Stom ach, Mean Liver and Bowels Are Clogged Cheer Up I Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, dizziness, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath always trace them to torpid livor; dolayed, fomenting food in the bowols or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in testines, instead of being cast out of the system is re-absorbed into the blood. Whon this poison roaches the delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, Bickeniug head ache. ' Cascarotg immediately cleanse tho stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A C'ascarot tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sloop a 10-cent box from your druggist means your hoad clear, stomach sweet and your liver and bowels regular for months. PECK'S T Tl Stock Exchange Record Is Below Thai of Tears Previous to 1913, Accord ing to Henry Clews. OUTLOOK POB IMPROVEMENT '" DURING SPRING MONTHS Evidence of Torpor Found in Monthly Statement of New Incorporatlona In Eastern States. BY HENRY CLEWS. ' UNITED PRESS LEASED WIRE. New York, March 11. Transactions on the stock exchange in both bonds and stocks are larger than a year ago, but still considerably below the pro portions of previous years. Neither confidence nor business have yet fully recovered from the shocks and reaction of the last few years. Last week the market was discouraged by develop ments in Mexico, by the poor reports of a number of eastern trunk lines and by the recent severity of the weather, which imposed a Bharp restraint upou traffic and industrial operations in gou eral. Steel orders were less in Feb ruary than in January, although mills were more busily employed on account of the increase in January orders. Gen erally speaking, tho business situation is sound, and the outlook is for im provement when spring approaches. The declining tendency of money has been checked, and there is the possi bility of temporarily firmer rates aa the first of April approaches. Ban!': reserves have fallen from $40,000,000 in the first week of February to below $27,000,000 a week ago, loans mean while having steadily increased from $1,840,000,000 December 13 to $2,059, 754,000 a week ago. The reserves, however, will Boon be aided by the return of Canadian funds to this market which will serve to tompensate for thi further outflow of gold to Paris. Th-3 western credit situation still attracts some attention in view of the real estate situation out there, and the fact that the farmers are in debt more heav ily than usual, although not to any em harassing extent. The crop situation is now a matter of increased interest, and the heavy precipitation of Bnow and rain during tho wirttor months should leave the soil in genorall good condi tion. The railroad situation is still somewhat embarassing owing to declin ing earnings, which emphasize the ne cessity of the interstate commerce com mission granting some concessions. It can hardly be oxpocted that the full 5 per cont will be conceded, but there is jiood reason to hope for a 2V& to 3 por cent advance, particularly on the eastern linos which are fooling the de pression much more keenly than those in the west. No lasting improvement can bo oxpocted in tho railroad situa tion until this rate problom is settled Tho outbreak in Brazil had more effect in London than hero, though this mar ket is suro to fcol the disturbance in directly. Evidence of Torpor. Evidonce of business torpor is found in tho monthly statements of new incor porations in tue eastern states thoas incorporated for $1,000,000 or over, hav ing amounted in February to only $51,. 000,000, compared with $101,000,000 i year ago. Since January 1, tlio total wins only $li l.iiuiyjiiu in comparison with $521,000,000 a year ago. Allowing that tho figures a year ago wero un usually large, this is a striking illus tration of the shrinkago in business initiative. Tho record of new issues confirms this general trond. Tho totil issues reported since January 1 of rail road an industrial corporations was $30(5,000,000, against $103,000,000 a year ago. For the month of February tho total was $170,000,000 as compared with $343,000,000 in February of last yonr, when tho returns wero also exception- ally large. Nevertheless, there has been a notable Improvement in the bond market during the last few woeks when tho Issues were of a desirable char acter; and it is notable that a larger COUSIN proportion of new iinancing has been accomplished with long term bonds than with short term notes, which have be an regarded as nothing more than a float ing debt. This is an encouraging change of symptoms. The Mexican situation still hangs over the market as a menace and a puz zle that only time will solve. The polio',. of non-intervention to which Mr. Wil son so firmly adheres has much in its favor. No one wishes to see American blood and money wantonly shed for the purpose of settling quarrels in which we have no concern unlAs our interests are seriously jeopardized, a stage which has not yet been reached. Much has i - . .. . ... oeen gained Dy tne calm and friendly IftttitlldA nt Grat 'Urifnin wKi'.it. nTnlnl.. approves our present policy though in tent on securing reparation for the kill ing of Benton later on; possibly when order is restored and claims can legi timately presented and more effectively ' enforced. To me the beat course is plain. I would suggest that an earnest effort be made to bring Huerta and Carranza together; that a provisional president be appointed, and that these two heads of opposing parties be suit ably recognized in some official capac ity. The time is ripe for mediation. Both parties must realize that there are limits to their' successes; that by keeping up the struggle both are likely 10 lose; tnat intervention will mean their ruin, and that no lasting peace can be secured that does not protec. the ! life and proporty of the citizens of ; all nations. Tt will ,) A ,',.,.. ' sido to keep up a prolonged irritation against tho United States, for if inter vention is pressed upon us, it will go hard with those who drive us into such a costly and unnoeesnry strugglo. Better International Feeling. Indirectly this Mexican difficulty is playing a very important part in our foreign relations. Britain's exhibition of friendliness and patience has visibly strengthened the entente cordialo be tween the two nations, and this not withstanding the strain reconly imposed by our inclination to disreiinrd tho Panama treaty. President Wilson's open determination to stand by that treaty as a matter of national honor, will tend to make tho rapproachoment dictated on both Bidos by intolligent serf-Interest and common honesty. Since there are soveral important questions between the United States and Great Britain requiring solution, such a state of mutual understanding is exceedingly fortunate; and bodes well for a final adjustment of differences, satisfactory to both sides. As a nation we am ex ceedingly sensitive about the Monroe Doctrine, tho Indefinite claims of which are always a source of possible inter national difficulty. It may not be generally known that this doctrine really originated with Canning, the prime minister of England, in the early days of this republic, who as an offset to the threatening powers of the Holy Alliance suggested this policy to the Amorican minister in London. Ho in turn promptly forwarded tho sugges tion to Washington, whore its value wus quickly recognized by President Monroe and his cabinet. The latter 's memorablo pronouncement followed, declaring our intentions in regard to countries south of us. Grunt Britain has consequently always been friendly to any reasonable interpretation of tho Monroo Doctrine, moro so than Germany or any other European power, ami he endorsement undobtedly strengthens our ability to onforco it. Nevertheless the Monroe Doctrino is a claim of much vagueness and many dangerous possi bilities; a claim that should bo exc cisod with much discretion until more keenly defined. It is exceedingly up popular with all nations in South Anferica, who naturally do not relish our playing tho big policeman without their consent. Nor do somo of the great powers liko our standing in the way of their colonial ambitions. As they become more and moro thickly populat ed tho national land hunger will in' croaso, and tho overflow of population may seek new fields in South America. Such a development is of much oconom j importance to the United States; hence tho necessity of an interpretation of tho Monroo Doctrine that will en courage and not discourage the com mercial growth of, that vast and rich territory. SALLY - OF City Health Officer Miles Gives Out In formation of Much Interest to Residents of Salem. NOODLE HOUSES COME AT BOTTOM OF LIST SCOBED. Royal Cafeteria In at Head and Is Closely Followed by the Balur, Marion and DJlley House. City Health Officer Miles today is sued his monthly health bulletin and, for the first time, has included in it a report of the work being done in tbo way of inspecting and scoring restaur ants and eating houses under the fed eral score card system, a copy of which appeared in The Capital Journal re cently. . There are 29 restaurants and eating places in the city which have been in spected by Deputy eHalth Officor, J. D. Hartwoll and the following report has been made by the department for (.1... .1. a Ti-i muul11 m 7- ! . Score (ij vjujciui in niHH,H,M,HHH,HMMII,Iiioilj JJ"lor ov.v ' Marion Hotel ........ Dilloy Houso ... ........... Tho Leonard .... 88.5 87.0 85 3 Cherry City Cafo 84.3 Floronce Hotel ........83.S Bent's Restaurant .............. .......83 4 Royal Bakery Lunch 83.S ' Gom Restaurant ................. 83.0 Salem Hotel 82.3 1 armors' Homo 81.8 White Swan Dairy Lunch 80.2 Noil's Boarding House . ....78.1 Depot Hotel ,.70,3 Scott's Restaurant . 75.1 Modern Lunch Boom . .........74.7 Cottago Hotol ............. ......73.3 "White House Restaurant 69.4 City Restaurant 68.1 Salem Restaurant .... .. .... .....68.4 Eloctrio Restaurant ... . ....6S.? Kozy Kitchen 67.7 New England Chop House 63.7 Smith 's Short Order Restaurant 60.3 Peerless Cafe 47.1 T. Matsumoto Noodle Houso ....40.C Wa Hong Noodle House 39.8 Loi On Noodle House 31.1) "White Houso restaurant remodeling kitchen, "Peerless cafo changed hands re cently; new nianagoment expects to im mediately bring place up to high stand ard. Statement About Conditions. Theso 29 rostaurants or eating housed wero inspected and scored ac cording to fodoral score card systom, and to give tho readers an idoa of t'i carelessness with which some of our food is handled, tho following aro some of tho conditions found during the inspec tion: Tin cans used for kitchen utensils 0 Canned vcgntahlcs left in tins aftor being opened 4 Kitchen and storeroom very dark and poorly vontilatod 8 Storeroom needs cleaning Cockroaches found in kitchen 5 Ico boxes unsanitary , Silverware and dishes not clenn ... Kitchen table unsanitary fl ltat holes f on ml in kitchen floor .... 0 Kvidenco of intra seen 't Cooking utensils dirty 2 Windows very dirty 3 Rubbish and filth in back yard 3 Clnrbage can filthy i) Death Rate Low, The death rate In Salem for the month of February was extremely low for a population of 18,000 according lo Dr. Miles' report. There were but ..2 ileal lis during tho month, 0 males and 0 females. To offnet this decreaso in Kpulation, thero wero 15 male and S female births during the month, making a total of 23. The deaths were caused by the following diseases: La gripp", 1; lobar pneumonlii, 2; cancer of the stomach, 2; hyporthrophy of oar, l; maniacal exhaustion, 1; arterio sclerosi.i 1; Bright 's disease, 1 and senility, 3. The greater number of deaths - - - By Gross SATURDAY SPECIAJS 25c, 35c and 48c plain and novelty ribbons, special . . Plain taffeta hair bow, colors black, white, pink, blue,1 navy and brown, and a good assortment of novelty ribbons, ZVi to 6 inch'os wide. Special 19c. , .)" ' $1.25 to $1.48 children's wash dresses special . . . All of our odd dresses for children, ages 6 to H years, in ginghams, percale and galatea. Some are slightly mussed. Special 79c. $1.48 and $1.75 leather hand bags, special . ... Women's and misses' leather handbags in email end medium sizes, colors, brown, tan and gray, fitted with coin purse. SpeciaJ 98c LIBERTY wero of people botween the ages of 70 and SO years. SAYS RICH RADIUM CLAIMS ARE TO BE FOUND IN DESERT. UN1TKD PHESS LEASED WI11B. rasadena, Cal., March 13. Fearing a radium "rush" that would rival the gold rushes of former days, F. J. Main and four associates left here secrotly to begin work on a newly discovered doposit of radium-bearing ore. Their claims are located in the desert in San Bernardino county. .niain admits tue claims nave been worked for gold, but says that their new-found radium valuos will placo southern California in the lead among radium producing Sections on account of the immense size, of the deposits. The men left here in two four horse wagons and expected to make the trip in about six days. Thoy took elaborate precautions to prevont being followed, although they asserted that all the claims of kuown value were tmken. Main Is an old prospector. NOMINATIONS SENT TO .. SENATE FOR CONFIRMATION. united rnRss leased wire. Washington, March 13. The follow ing nominations wore sont to the son ate yesterday: Ralph Quarles, of Honolulu, to be assistant justice of the supreme court of Hawaii. Wado Thayen of Honolulu, to be sec retary of tho interior for Hawaii. William May of Ctilobra to be mat shnl for the Panama canal zone. Tho less a woman means it tho louder sho can laugh. irwoon REDUCES fhl, because confining duties, lack of fresh air and sunsnmi graauauy weanen even a strong constitution, and the enfeebled system readily accepts sickness and disease. Scott's Emulsion checks such decline. Its pure cod liver oil is nature's grandest medicinal food while its hypophoaphites act as a building tonic It refreshes the blood, strengthens the nerves and invigorates the whole system. If you work Indoor, Scott's Emulsion oi.r mtaU will prmomnt much tichntu and lo of tlmt, and oft mm ihiaarti tubircalotit it bailJi up and holdi op your itrongth. Shun Alcoholic Subatltutaa and INSIST on 0COTTS. ij-im at any nnum STORE. 14-lliB WI'W'l.'MI "it.lSI.'WW SHIPLEY'SS 19c 79c 98c !PLEYC0.$ STREET THE PRECISE MAN, "It looks like rain." r,I beg your pardon." "I say it looks like rain." "What doesl" "The weather." "The weather, my dear sir, is a con dition. Rain is water in the act of falling from the clouds. It is impos sible thoy should look alike." "What I meant was that the sk looked like rain." "Equally impossible. The sky is tho blue vault above ns the seeming arch! or dome that we call the heavens. It docs sot reseniMe falling water in the least" "Woll, then if you are so thunder ingly particular, it looks as if it would rain." , 'As if what would rainl" "Tho weather, of course." 'The weather, as before stated, being a condition, cannot rain," 11 'The clouds, then counfousd youl I may not know as much about It as yen. do, but I've got enough sense to get in out of it, and you haven't," said tha man, as he raised his umbrella and walked away in a huff. WANTS LAW SET ASIDE UNITUl PHIS! LEASED WIH1.) Washington, March 13. The United States supreme court yestorday after noon was asked by Miss Ethel E. Nsl son, graduate pharmacist in the Samuel Morritt hospital in Alameda, Cnlifronh, to set asido tho California eight-hour woman labor law on tho ground that it is unconstitutional. Miss Nolson con tends that if tho law is enforced a man, will tuko her place. Journal "Want AdB" bring results womt STRENGTH 1, body, puts vigor in the the lungs, upbuild Things We Never See fit mm mm