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THE OREGON' STATESMAN: TTTtTRSDAT, FEBRUARY 2S. lVt
DOES FULL DUTY
Nicholas Chenga Has No Bol
sheviki Blood in Veins ;
; He Is Proud
ILL HOUSES ARE BARRED
'War Department Rules No
torious Places From Five
Miles Within Camp
CAMP LEWIS, TACOMA. Wash,
Feb. 27. When Nicholas Chenga
came to Camp Lewis some months
ago with the drafted men from Min
nesota, he was one of the .happiest of
the new arrivals. A native of Russia,
there was none of the radicalism of
the Bolsbeviki in his veins, lie was
going to fight for the country of his
SHAKE INTO lOlit SIIOUM
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic
powder to be shaken Into the shoes and
sprinkled In the foot-bath. The l'lattn-burg-
Camp Manual. advises: men in
training: to use Foot-ease in their shoes
each morning''. It prevents blinter nnd
sore spots and relieves painful, nwollt-n
smarting- feet ant taken the sting out
of corns and bunions. A certain rHU-f
for sweating, ratio-is. tired, aching feet.
Always nse Allen's Koot-Kaae to break
in new shoes, Sold everywhere, 20c. -
adoption against the enemy of his
Hut Cbenga's hopes of seeing serv
ice with his comrades across the sea
met with disappointment when he
was summoned before the medical
board: for physical examination at
camp. He was discharged from the
army las physically unfit because of
a broken kneecap suffered years ago.
Chenga did not want to go back to
civilian life and obtained employ
ment for a time at the Y. W. C. A.
hostess ho!se and then went to the
Knights of Columbus building at
camp as janitor where tie could min
gle with the men in olive drab and
where he could be of service.
The wild west division Is Chenga r
home now and he lik nohting bet
ter than minglins with the rormer
cowboys of Montana and Wyoming
and nbver misses a chance to be
photographed with the men of the
Ill-Fame Houses Barred.
Copies of new regulations Issued
by the war department prohibiting
houses of ill-fame within five miles
of Camp Lewis and making the vio
lation of the order a misdemeanor
punishable by fine or imprisonment
were received today at division head
ouarters and made public. The or
der, which superseded all priou3
The keeping or setting up of
houses of ill-fame, brothels, or
bawdy houses, within five miles of
any military camp, station, fort,
post, cantonment, training or mobil
ization place is prohibits.
"Five miles from any military
camp. station, fort post, canton
ment, training or 4mobilizafion
place is hereby designated as the
distance within which it shall be un
lawful .for any person, corporation,
partnership or association to receive,
or permit to be received, for Im
moral purposes, any person into any
place, structure or building used for
the' purpose of lewdness, assigna
tion or Drostitution. or to permit any
nerson to remain for Immoral pur
poses in any such place, structure,
or buildins as aforesaid.
The directing" taking or trans
porting, or offering to take or trans-
. M tn.r. Immnral Olir-
pon any iri nvu., i .......
nnf or the assistance by any
means, of any person for any such
purposes, to find any house of Ill
fame, brothel or bawdy bouse which
is located within five miles of any
military camp, station, fort, post.
cantonment, trailing cr mouuiiaiiuu
place, with knowledge or reasonable
cause to now th?t the same Is a
house of Ill-fame, brothel or bawdy
house, is hereby prohibited.
"To enter or reside In for any Im
moral purposes- any house of ill
fame, brothel or bawdy house locat
ed within five miles of any military
camp, station, tort. post, canton
ment, training or mobilization place
ia hereby prohibited.
1 "All pritfr violation of former
regulations and all penalties in
curred thereunder shall be prose
cuted and enforced In the same
manner and with the same effect as
If these superseding regulations had
not been established." : y
I Ran rut on Rook.
In a special order published at
fomr. iwis todar. issued by the
war department at Washington, at
tention is called to German propa
ganda circulated at army canton
ments through the camp libraries,
and directs that any publications of
such a character be eliminated, from
the libraries by the commanding of
ficers. This order Is directed spe
cifically against a book entitled "The
Rook of Truth and Facts." by Fritz
Von Fratzius and directs that r-
cnlation of this book and kindred
publications be stopped.
I Governor Frank L.-Houx of Wy
oming arrived today to visit camp
and lnstect Quarters of the Wyom
ing troops here.
Report Many Cases '
of Rheumatism Now
8ay wo must keep feet dry;
void exposure and eat
3985, chassis only, f. o. b. Detroit. Electric
lights. Electric generator. Worm drive. 10
foot loading space. 2400 pounds.
I I 1'"4 ife f
tiiH ti t, - -it i.i .ii ij ii u i li.
used in buildim this
t iVl i ; ( jr i - ... '
Stay off the damp ground, avoid
exposure, keep free dry, eat less
meat, drink lot ot water and aboTe
all take a spoonlul of .salts occasion
ally to keep down uric acid.
Rheumatism is caused by poison
ous toxin, called niic acid, which Is
generated in the bowels and absorb
ed into the blood. It is the func
tion of the kidneys to filter this acid
from the blood and cast it out in the
urine. The pores of the skin are also
a means of freeing the blood of this
impurity. In damp and chilly, cold
weather the skin pores are closed
thus forcing the kidneys to do double
ork. they become weak and sluggish
and fail to eliminate this uric acid,
which keeps accumulating and cir
culating through, the system, event
ually settling in the Joints and muf
fles, causing stiffness, soreness and
pain called rheumatism.
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon
full In a glass of water an drink be
fore breakfast each morning for a
week. This is said to eliminate uric
acid by stimulating the kidneys to
normal action, thns ridding the blood
of these impnrties.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia
and is used with excellent results by
thousands of folks who are subject
to rheumastim. Here you have a
pleasant, effervescent llthla-water
drink which overcomes uric acid and
is beneficial to your kidneys as
well. .-' . ... ' .. .. ..... ......
urday night till Sunday night, bo I
don't get o lonesome.
"Well at last I have been promot
ed to corporal, and I am going to be
transfer ed across the field next
week, and will have charge of the
woodworking, department of that
field, which Is the tepair depot for
the whole southern department of
aviation. I will hare from 150 to
300 men under me. and expect to get
a pretty good rank there. Would
like to tell you more about my work,
but have to be careful.'
Near the same camp at Dallas is
stationed another Oregon boy. Priv
ate R. F. Knight. 834 Aero Repair
suaadron. Aviation camp. Waco,
Texas. Young Knight la a nephew ofT
Mrs. W. C. Cowglll. who is now visit
ing his mother in Portland.
Knight Is the head machinist of
the motorcycle corps of that division.
havincr learned his trade while as
sistant pressman on The Oregonian
in Portland, and is considered for
his age, a remarkable rider, as well
MOVES CATTLE BY TRUCK.
James R. Elliott of Pendleton. Ind..
has equipped a Maxwell truck- with
a cattle body and transports live
stock from his Pendleton farm to the
Indianapolis stock-yards. The dis
tance between the two points is 40
miles. He makes dally trips. Dur
ing the past seven months he has not
expended 1 5 In repairs.
Brains are hard to find and come high but
they are the cheapest in the long run. In a
great organization like the Maxwell Motor
Company which; in four years, has done a
business in excess of $100,000,000, there are
many great minds.
These great minds have found a way to
make trucks stronger, yet lighter in weight
(more thought and less metal went irrto! the
truck). These great minds have found ways
to build them better, yet at less cost.
That's one reason why you can buy a
Maxwell for $400 les than any other truck
of similar capacity in the world. ;
That's one reason why the" Maxwell has a
verdict of close to 100 perfect from its
service record based on the 6600 Maxwell
trucks now in use. "
245-255 S. Commercial St., Salem
TOUR IN APRIL
Willamette Glee Club Arrang
es to Give Series of Con
certs in Washington
The members of the Men's Glee
club of , Willamette university have
made arrangements for a ten day
trip into Washington In the middle
During the tour nine concerts will
be given taking in Portland, Seattle,
natchee, Spokane, and returning
through Pasco or Walla Walla and
down the Columbia, stopping prob
ably at Pendleton and The. Da'Ics.
Six of the concerts have been ar
ranged for. w
Wednesday evening the Glee tlub
went to Silverton for a concert. The
program presented at Silverton con
sisted of the following numbers:
"Jolly Students" t
Arranged by Mendenhall
"The Son of Prince Rupert's Men"
.... . ; Thayer
"Polonaise" in A Chopin
Miss 'Alien e Booth Dunbar
"The Old Flag Has Never Touched
the Ground" . ,
First Tenor. Gus Anderson
Second Tenor, Floyd Melntyre
Baritone, Paul Sterling
Bass, Harry Bowers '
"The Pirate's Wooing" .... . .Scott
"Katy Did" . . Hawley
Reading . . . . Selected
"Two Grenadiers" ...... Shumann
"Little Jack Horner" Asbrocd
"Pipes O'Pan" . Edward Elgai
Archie II. Smith
Dialogue A Gas Attack"
Kenneth Leggo and John Medler
"Bugle Song" Dudley Buck
............. Dvorak and Spross
"Winter Song" Buliard
, University Quartette
"The Blue Bells of Scotland"
Dudley B uck
"The Sunshine of Your Smile"
Miss Aflene Booth Dunbar
"Stars and Snipes" Sousa
"Ode to Willamette" . . Mendenhall
The members of the glee club are:
First tenors. Cue Anderson, Francis
Cramer. Floyd Melntyre, Edwin Soeo
lofsky; second tenors. Herald Eni
rn el Kenneth Legge. Ivan Corner,
Gordon Samnions; baritones, LouJs
Stewart. Archie Smith, John Medley.
Paul Kleiling, . Lawrence Davlei;
basnes Harry Bowers, Earl Cotton,
Uoswfll Waltz and James McGraw.
Miss Allene Booth "Dunbar acted as
Son of iSalem Patrolman $
Corporal and Holds Re'
sponsible Position H
NOTES ARE BARED
(Continued from page 1)
that had been made upon the Hindu
philosopher j while he was In San
Francisco oil a lecturing tour. A
Hindu attempted to attack him at a
hotel entrance and was repulsed.
Thereafter, Sir Rabindra Nath was
rurnisbed a bodyguard. He was re
ported to have been made the sub
ject, in his tour.ot the country, of
accusations by various revolutionary
elements that he was friendly to the
British government. His title was
cited as .evidence that he had no
sympathy with revolutionists.
Sir Rabindra Nath was Interested
in the conspiracy, according to a
statement made by Takar Nath Das.
a defendant, but wished to obtain a
change in the Indian government by
.0V is THE TIME TO IU2'CAKK-.
Avoid limitations or substitutes,
get the genuine Foley's Honer and
Tar, and you have a cough medicine
you can depend upon. It gives
prompt relief, clears throat, loosens
Phlegm, soothes heals. Checks
coughs, colds, whooping cough, la
grippe, bronchial coughs. Contains
no opiates. J. C. Perry.
Shavo Parent-Teacher V
Have Patriotic Rally
SHAW. Or., Feb. 27. The Parent
Teachers meeting Friday evening
was well attended. The following
program was riven:
Song. "For Freedom of the
World": recitation. "What We Owe
to Washington." Anna Masser: reel
tation. "The Boy's Hatchet Story,'
uulda Batliner; recitation. "Five
Noted Years." Georgia Spencer: rec
itation. "The Red. White and Blue."
Florence Fleber: dialogue, :How to
Be Heroes." George Schopf.Tony
Fleber; ong. "That's a Mother's Lib
erty Loan": reading, Mrs. J. Ruckel;
unveiling of service flair, accompa
nied by "America."
Mrs. O. E. Lewis went to Salem
Mrs) Mae Mills visited her sister,
Mrs. If, Keene. a few days last week.
MJss Amy Hooper spent a few
days last week with her parents, Mr.
and. Mrs. Ed, Hooper.
Mr. and Mrs. C ,1,. 'McAllister
drove to Salem Monday.
O. A. Noyes is reported on the
Kick list. j
Mrs. Frank flood in was in Salen
Monday on business.
H. Tompkins was a Salem shopper
Saturday. Also Henry Keene and
Mrs. J. Ruckel and son John were
the week-end guests at the 'Claxton
- ' vs-r w
with the Best and
Smartest line of La
dies' Coats, Suits
and Dresses from
Our prices always
i ill ' '
GALE & CO.
Commercial and Court Sts. Formerljr Chicago Store
Superintendent Churchill Ex
pects to Complete Thou
sand in Few Days
Tuesday is said to be the only day
of the week which Is not recognized
as the Sabbath by one people or an
Written from the aviation field
near lianas, Texas, the following
letter from Bert A. Wilson, son I of
i-arioiman victor, to his mother was
received yesterday. After o
months of hard work, chiefly as ln-
Biw-cior or lumber Tor aeroplanes, he
is now Corporal Victor.
"I haven't had much time to write,
as we have been working night and
day. until this week. A few more
squadrons, of new men arrived, and
we don't have to work at night any
more. . ,
"I get to go to town twice a week,
and also thirty-hour pass Iroia Sat-
EAT BIG MEALS! NO
SOUR, ACID STOMACH,
INDIGESTION OR GAS
"Pains' !lai?Mli" U Quikrtt
Surest Stomach Relief
Time it! Pape's Dlapepsin will
sweeten a Kour. gassy or out-of-order
stomach within ffve minutes.
If your meals don't fit comfort
ably, or what you eat lies like a
ltimrr of lead In yonr ntnmach. or if
yon have heartburn, that Is usually
a sign of acidity of the atoinaoh
Get from your pharmacist a fifty
cent case of Pape's Diapensln and
take a dose just as soon as you can.
There will be no sour, risings, no
belchine of undigested food mixed
with acid, no stomach gas or heart
burn, fullness or heavy feeling in the
stomach, nausea, debilitating head
aches or dizziness. This will all go.
and, besides, there will be no soar
food left over in the stoniaeh to poi
son your breathy with- nauseous
Pape's Diapepsln helps to neutral
ize the execesslve acid in the stom
ach which is causing the food fer
mentation and preventing proper di
gestion. Relief In five minutes Is waiting
for yon at any drug store.
These large firty-cent cases con
tain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to
usually keep the entire family free
from stomach acidity and its symp
toms of indigestion, dyspepsia, sour
ness, gases, heartburn, and head
ache, for many month. It belongs
in your honiet
.. J. A. Churchill, superintendent of
public Instruction, announces the
names of 100 additional names of
the Junior Rainbow regiment list
This makes a total of 600 names
which have been reported thus far
It is likely that the regiment will be
filled within the next two on three
days. Superintendent Churchill Is
very proud of the work that the
school children of the state are do
ing in th,e sale of the thrift stamps
and war savings certificates. The
sixth hundred follow r
Elsie Grant, Prineviltei Rita Reed.
Ruth Moore, Marie Roetein, Peter
Schulderman. Ruth Wechter. Mar
garet Mnlkey, Dwigbt Mulkey, Cora
Nist. Harriet Klser, Luclle Thomp
son, Clifford Wilson. Salem; Mizpah
Palmerton, Turner; Harry Kern,
Gladys Larsen, Florence Laird, Flor
ence Laird. North Bend; Olga
Christensen. Theresa Button, Hazsl
Fahy, Juanita Button. Bandon;. Jo
seph McKeown, Marrh field: Jean
Baker, Coquille: Mahlon, Gove, Cor
vallis; Dorothy" Currln, Monroe;
riarry Morris. Bill Johnson. Eldon
Winkaey, Aurilla Buchanan, Grace
Painter! Corvallis; Carroll Newth,
Philomath; Lindley Edmundson. Sa
lem; Nal Brown, Enterprise; Ruth
E. Dixon. Estelle Stuart, Hazel
Brown, Klamath Falls: Vera Varnejr,
Irving iLauibr Nova Landrlth. Co
quille; Arlene Haye, Central Point;
Bruce Wilson, Joseph; Marjorle
Warnlck, Dorothy Warnick, Howard
Beaty, Sheldon Brownton. Vera
Beaty, John Lartson, La Grander
Thelma Goodrich. Izetta Green,
Newport; Dorrls W'alnrlght, Laura
McConnell. Mayville; Everett Whit
ten. Leonard Whitten,. Oregon City;
Edwin Reeder. Wilsonvllle; CJarence
lAy, Buena -Vista; Clarence Bradley,
Kenneth W'ondiyiy, Falls City; Mil
dred Youel. Silverton; Henry Do
Boest. W'oodburn; Laurence Shaw,
Mill City; Wayne Gleason, Gervais;
Harold ICcDplnger. Antoine Vnipr-
beck, Gervais; Eric Hart ruff. Salem:
Gwendolyn Hall, Ixa Lvman. Don
ald Rohn. GUKtaf . Montlrr. Iilna
iirnderson. 1m Grande; Allie Far
ley, Dallas; El va Willy, Krltt No
ter, Rita Lano,. Clavis Church, Co
qtitlle; Ruth Williams, Athena; Don
ald Whlteman, .Walter Reager, Pen
dleton; iester Jionnsr, norms; ju
anita Wagner, Dorothy Sigeahager,
The Dalles; Athel BurtoniJoha
Day; Cecil Petty, MyVtle Beymer,
Anna .Ritz, Barbara Conrely, Elgin
Olson. Lena Harris. Teresa Schmid,
Esther Iaughlln, Grcsham; Edward
Lewis Iouis Carpenter, Boring; Er
nest Matthais. Greshara; Maurice
Ulig.. Boring; Alice Richley, Flor
ence Christensen, Frances Dahlqulst,
Robert Easley, Donald Ferris,
Theodore Rosin. John Easley. Orcn
Beymer. Mary Matthals, Gresham.
STOCK OF CHIOCERIES I
A few more days and We will
(Ibtrontinue business, in Salem.
Buy now at Price. You will
never get again In Salem: r.
lOc Can Spices inow. .,..5c
."Kc Hulk Coffee, tmxi H ioands
for ..... . . . ...... . ... .!.()
Iktttle Celery Salt, Onion Salt
and Paprika, now. ....... loc,
15c CiLaMge Jellnow 3 for 2Zc
(Ohio) Matches Imxcn for 25c
ic pkg. AHx-rn Oat and Wheat
VLiikt, closing out irlce. .&c
I'iikled. OnionM,, lMlng. out
price, per quart , . .lOc
llc Steel Cut Coffee, now per
can;. . . . . . . . . .......... .iUlc
Illcacliin Soap, i (lt. JIool)
IXT bar. . . . .... . ,0c
JOc Sacks Salt, now S tor '1 5c
M&Nwn Jar 4'apM fw - dorn
ttr , .iVie
VJ.oo IlroomN, now. 75c
r :itc Bottle Flavrrlng I ; tract.
imw for. ............. . ;t5c .
No Pliinie Onh-rn Taken.
iw Delivery ;
M3 X, rommcrrial St.
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PIG CLUB CLASSIFICATIONS
. i .i1,?'1 fnf! the rnitcl Slates National
lank ltg ( Jul, may choose either of the followinir
No. 1. The care and management of a
brood sow and litter from time of breeding-
until pigs are weaned.
No. 2. The care and management of one
or more pigs, pure bred or grade, intended
for market, from time weaned for 4
months or more.
No. 3. ,The care and management of one
or more pure bred pigs, either sex, intend
ed for breeding purposes, from time
weaned for 4 months or "more.
or write for informatiou ahout our Club.
v Salem OTOCOr j!J