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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1919.
DAY OF FROCKED
PARSON IS OVER,
Now at The Armory
Declaring; that the day of the "nlcey,
kilcey, kid-gloved, frock-coated par
tun," U over and that .the church of
today must "get down to business, and
do business In a business way," Rev.
XL V. Stivers, "fire-eating parson"
from Kueene, addressed the business
men at their regular noon-day lunch
con In (he Commercial club Monday.
Dr. Stivers is the first man in - the
United States, or so far as known, In
the world to advertise his church.
Not long ago he Attracted the atten
tion of churchgoers in all parts of the
United States by running full-page ads
In Eugene papers.
Rev. Stivers talked on "Christianity
in Business and Business In Christian
ity," and declared that business and
Christianity are daily growing in closer
He asserted that "it is a new day for
the church and the preacher," and
now thev have opportunity never of
fered before to Inject business prlncl
Hies In the work of conducting the
Dr. Stivers told of how his church In
Eugene "had been almost on the
rocks." When he proposed the adver
tising of it, the old-timers "hold up
their hands In awe and surprise."
"But we raised $28,000 : there JuRt
as easy as we oould have raised $5000
the other Way," Dr. Stivers declared,
"because we changed our tactics from
the nandy-pandy, wishy-washy basis to
the real sound foundation of business
He attacked the minister who ap
proaches the husinoss man on the
street with "Well, brother, what are
you doing for your soul this morning?"
"I'd rather pass 'em up than say
that,'' he declared. ' 'The only way to
get anywhere with a business man is
to talk business with him. Then you've
got a chance to get in your work prop
rly and effectively."
HARMONY 4 WITH McELROY'S JAZZ BAND
These 4 entertainers de lux are only
one feature of many with McEIroy.
Not only do they play wonderful dance
music but each one is an individual
New Auburn Hall Tuesday evening,
the 28 th. Salem Armory Wednesday
evening, the 29th.
FRENCH VESSEL AT
AID BRITISH FORCE
U.S. CITIZENS ASKED TO
STAND BEHIND LABOR
Muscatine, la., Oct. 28. A plea to
American citizens to stand with labor
Jn the present industrial crisis, Was
made today by Fred A. Canfleld, pres
ident of the Iowa Federation of La
bro, In an address before the Social
Welfare association, in convention
here. The alternative, he said, would
invite anarchy and chaos in this coun
try. Canfleld admitted the leaders of
the Industrial labor "the ones upon
whom depends the future of indus
trial peace" are in a "critical situa
tion today" and should have the pub
The forces of extreme radicalism
re threatening to gain control of the
country, Canfleld asserted and added
"If they are once In the saddle, God
kelp the United States of America."
Bud Motorist Stops To Help
Car In Distress; Is Robbed
London, Oct. 28. French destroyors
at the mouth of the Dwina have been
ordered by Paris to assist British war
ships in attacking the forces of Colonel
Bermont, a Riga dispatch reports.
(Bermont, successor to General Von
Der Goltz as leader of the Russo-Ger-
man force on the west front, has been
bombarding Riga as part of his cam
paign against the Letts, who, he al
leges ,aro opposing his match against
A Stockholm dispatch said that Pre
mier Clmanls and all extreme socialists
of the Lettish government have resign
ed. . . .
According to Helsingfors advices,
Finland has definitely refused General
Yudenitch's request' for assistance In
his offensive against Petrograd.
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BANK KOitltl :ilS -"SENTENCED
Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 28.
Frank Smith and Thomas franlt De
Vlne, alias Bill Underwood and James
Smith, convicted bank robbers who
locked tlie cashier of the Mondenhnll
bank of Stringville, Utah, in a vault
and escaped with $60,000, were sen
tenced Monday to, five years to life.
The two were captured after a long
search, In La Grande, Or.
Darken Gray Hair,
Look Young, Pretty
(minima's rwlpo of Sago Tea and
Sulphur darken so naturally
that nobody can tell
Spokane, Wash,, Oct. 28. J. B.
Iangworth, of the International Har
vester company, stopped his car on the
Biinsnt highway near here Sunday time rni-inn
mgni wnon ne was signalled by a flash Nowadays we get this famous mix
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
or when it fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, Ifi caused by a lack of sulphur
In the hair. Our grandmother made
up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur
to keep her locks dark and beauti
ful, and thousands of women and
men who value that even color, that
beautiful dark shade of hair which
is so attractive, use only this old
"Car In distress," thought he.
Two revolvers, held by masked ban
tflta, unconvinced him.
The loot was $.180.
The robbers operated in a stolen
DEER CASE IS SOON
"Washington, Oct. 28. The supreme
frourt has advanced for hearing on
lKcember 8 the case of the Standard
Hrewlng company. Now Orleans, which
Is' reeking to validate to sale of 2.75
per cent beer under war time prohibition.
ture improved by the addition of oth
er ingredients by asking at any drug
store for a bottle of "VVyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound," which dark
ens the hair so naturally, so evenly,
that nobody can possible tell it . has
been applied. You Just dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; but what
delights the ladles with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound is that, be
sides beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications, it also brings
back the glows and lustre and gives it
an appearance of abundance. (Adv)
In the dance, it is necessary '
to use a face powder that
stays on that keeps the
face cool and fresh -looking,;
no matter how warm one
Soul Kiss Face Powder is
very adherent and it is fasci
nating in its fragrance.
. t i.
Meyer Brothers Drug Co.
, Saint Louis
Sour KUa faM Cream .
iM tha bH foundation
for facm pou?J.r. .
R takes just about an
'Instant" io make a de
lightf ul cup of Postum
a teaspoonful in the cup
with hot water added
sugar and cream to taste.
ffs a .snappy drink, healthful- 1
and economical. Good for I
fyery member of the fanv- I
Sly. "There's a Reason" ' f
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FARMERS AND LABOR
MAY FIGHT HIGH COSTS
V Cleveland, Ohio, Oct 28. An ef
fort will be made to link the interna'
tional labor unions and the agricul
tural organizations of the country in
to a gigantic bureau to beat down the
cost of food stuffs at the forthcoming
national farm and lakor conference
in Washington, according to Warren
3. Stone, grand chief of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers.
Stone said here today he would
spend the next two months perfecting
the cooperative scheme. He plans to
eliminate the middleman and instl
tute machinery for direct interchange
between the farmer and the consum
The proposed organization, he said,
would Include the American Federa
tion of Labor and the National
Grange.-. . '
And 'Til Wednesday Nite
IT'S EVEN A LITTLE
to put off to-day's duty until to
morrow. If your stomach is
tha new aid to digestion comfort
today A pleasant relief from
the discomfort of acid-dyspepsia.
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fury T fl
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Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
from the fields and forestst then steeped
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r i . r .. i l
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After 44 Years
These illustrations show the
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First The various herbs used are of
the finest quality, and gathered
at the' time their medicinal
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Second After the herbs are
properly ground and mixed,
the medicinal properties are
extracted by soaking in large
stone jars, covered.
Third Then the extract is drained
through percolators, acting somewhat
a coffee percolator. .
Fourth To insure a thoroughly pure medicine,
it is carefully pasteurized by heat in special
apparatus, and bottled hot.
Throughout the entire process, from the crude
herb to the finished medicine in bottle, cleanliness
and exactness are the watch-words.
The Reliability of Testimonials Guaranteed
The testimonials published by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medi
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published without the written consent of the writer. The
reason that thousands of women from all parts of the coun
try write such grateful letters is that Lydia E. Pinkham's
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only look for the name California on
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To the People of Polk and Marion Counties.
We are opening a produce market and will be prepared to purchase
all kinds of produce.
This will give the people one of the greatest opportunities for sell
ing and buying, our place will be in operation at once.
We are already now for Poultry, Veal, Pork, Hides, Telts. Wool,
Potatoes, Onions, Beans, Hay, etc.
We are connected with an eastern firm and are prepared to pay the
highest prices. - . :
Give us a trial and you will be convinced .
A market price will be published in the Daily Capital Journal so
you may know every day the latest quotations.
Our place is located at 255 Ferry street in rear of the American
Automobile Garage, Temporary Phone 399. 1
BEN. MORRIS, Manager.
I Planting Time--We Have the Trees! f
Italian Prunes Rartlett Pears 1
Apples, Peaches, Cherries, Nut Trees, Ornamentals, 1
i-ruganDerries ana utner Small Fruits
WELL GROWN STOCK LV THE VARIETIES YOV WILL XEE
. SALEM NURSERY COMPANY
1030 CHEMEKETA STREET SALEM, OREGON.
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