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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919.
TO OPEN DOORS
..VICTORS IN BAM
COME TO SALEM 1
or Tonsilitis, gargle
with warm salt
water then ply
COME TO SALEM
"YOUR BODYGUARD" -30.
The nation wide campaign of the
Episcopal church, which has been in
musurated for the revitalizatlon of its
spiritualities and temporalities, Is stir
ring up intense interest among the
members of that denomination thru
out the diocese of Oregon. The confer
Bnca held in Portland Wednesday was
well attended by clergy and laymen
from the various cities and towns of
western Oregon; and Key. C. H. Powr
U reports that there was manifested
enthusiastic determination to carry
the campaign through to a successful
conclusion. The primary endeavor will
be to wake up the sleeping and dor
mant members of the church and to
et them to work in one or more of
the several departments of the local
church activities. Nationally, of course
there will be emphasized the need of
inspiring the leadership of America
and the world to adopt Christian prin
ciples as guide of all human endeavor.
Arrangements have been made for
a conference and mass meeting to be
fceld in St. Paul's church, corner of
Church and Chemeketa streets, next
Monday afternoon and evening. The
conference, appointed for 4 o'clock,
will be for the purpose of advising the
local workers In the campaign as to
their duties. And the mass meeting at
1:30 will be inspirational in spirit,
with the urgent request that every
member or friend of the Episcopal
church be present. The speakers at
the mass meeting will be Bishop Sum
mer of Portland, and prominent min
isters and laymen sent out by the
Mew York hedaquarters. These speak
ers will make a tour of this section
of the state for the purpose of ad
dressing mass meetings at various
SPECIAL TRAINS WILL
Two speclaj trains are to carry the
Willamette valley football fans to the
Oregon-O. A. C. game in Eugene to
morrow and, according to early reports
these will be well crowded. Sulem alone
being expected to send in the neigh
borhood of BOO to the university city.
On both the Oregon Electric and
the Southern Pacific, trains will leave
Portland at 8 o'clock In the morning
and will arrive here about an hour
' and 45 minutes later. The electric is
scheduled to pull out of Sulem at 8:45
-a. m. and the S. P. special will get
away three minutes later. Those who
.fexpect to make the trip over the
nteam line are requested to get in
touch with Walter, Winslow, who is
making arrmysyienta to have ample
Both of .the trains will stop In Al
bany, but aside from that will make no
tops and will reach Eugene at 12
o'clock. To accommodate those who
wish to return Saturday evening trains
will leave Eugene at 6:25 and 6 p. m.
on the electric and at 5:25. This will
enable Salem people to be back home
by B o'clock Saturday night.
STATE OPERATES MINES.
. Bismarck, N. D. Nov. 14. The state
of North Dakota has begun operation
of lignite coal mines. Coal was sold to
customers at cost plus a royalty of
10 to 25 cents per ton to compensate
the operators. ,
Sage And Sulphur , -
Darkens Gray Hair
Brush tWa tuibugh (faded, streaked
looks and they become dark,
Almost evfryono knows that Sago
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streaked
or gray. Years ago the ouly way to
Ret this mixture wna to make it Bt
lioine, which, is mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays, by askiing at any
Arag store for " Wyoth's Sage nnd 8ui
lhur (Compound,", you will get a large
bottle of this famous old recipe, im
proved by tho addition of other ingre
dients, at a small eost.
IXm't stay gmy! Try itt No ono can
possibly tell that you darkened your
bair, as it does it ao naturally and
evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft
brush., with it and draw this through
your hair, taking one small struud at
m time; by morning tho gray hair dia
appears, and after nuothor application
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
dark, glossy and attractive. (Adv)
For Bad Breath
Coated Tongue, Biliousness, Sour
Stomach, Sy Headache, Bloating, Gt,
Constipation, or other result of luditfei
fton, no remedy it more highly recom.
rCLEY CATHARTIC TABLET!
TVy came no griping or name, ,
vwim the bowels, sweeten the ttom
ach and benefit the liver. Never diu
Ilia. ElhutMih Sl.,,.on, 137 So. Main St.
J"-0; loon: 1 can hooettly toy foloi
Ctatwtic labials a woadarful." "
of the stomach has upset many a
right's rest K your stomach it acid-
disturbed, dissolve two or three
ea the tongue before retiring and en
lorrefretiuna sleep. The purity and
goodness of KMnoiJ guaranteed by
SCOTT A BOWNK
MAKERS Or SCOTT EMULSION
London, Nov. 14. Russian bolshe
vik armies have had a week of almost
continuous successes, the British war
office statement indicated today.
Since Monday, the statement said,
the red forces have advanced over a
front of 200 miles in the east, an aver
age depth of fifty miles. Admiral Kol
chak's forces are reported to have
lost large numbers of prisoners.
On the western and southern fronts
bolshevik forces; have continued their
drives vigorously, over fronts of ap
proximately 200 miles in each district.
The- soviet armies have pierced the
anti-bolshevik lines in some places,
pushing ahead an average of forty
In the south a red cavalry detach
ment penetrated General Denekin's
lines south of Kromy, capturing Bon
ulry and Fatezh.
The white army counter attacked
and succeeded in closing the gap. The
red forces were reported to have been
What To Eat
Avoid Indigestion, Sour Acid, Stomach
xie&rcuurn, uas on acomactJ, tac.
Indigestion and practically all forme
of stomach trouble, say medical author
ities, are due nine times out of ten to
an excess of hydrochloric acid in the
stomach, Chronic "acid stomach" is
exceedingly clangorous and sufferers
should do either one of two things.
Either they can go on a limited and
ofton disagreeable diet, avoiding foods
that disagree with them, that irritate
tho stomach and load to excess acid
secrotion or they can cat as they please
in reason and make it a practice to
counteract the effect of the harmful
acid and prevent the formation of gas,
sourness or premature fermentation by
the use of a little Bisuruted Magnesia
at their meals.
There is probably no bettor, safer or
more reliable stomach antiacid than
Bisurated Magnesia and, it is widely
used for this purposes It has no direct
action on the stomach nnd is not a dt
gestont. But a tcaspoonful of tho pow
der or a couple of five grain tablets
taken in a littlo water with he food
will neutralize tho excess acidity which
may bo present and provont its further
formation. This removes tho whole
wliolo cause of tho trouble and the
mcaj digests naturally and healthful
ly without need of pepsin pills or arti
Get a few ounces of Bisurated Mag
nesia from any roliablo druggist. Ask
for oithor powder or tablets. It never
comes as a liquid, milk or citrate and
in the bisurated ferm is not a laxa
tive. Try this plan and cut what you
want at your next meal and see if this
isn't the best advice you ever had on
"what to eat." " (Adv.)
Hi -TABLETS -
aw. 'Bli! Wf
Daniel J. Fry, druggist.
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That is the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive
Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No
griping results' from these pleasant
little tablets. They cause the liver
and bowels to act normally. They
never force them to unnatural action.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
soothing, healing, vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil.
If you have a bad taste, bad breath,
feel dull, tired, are constipated or
bilious, you'll find quick and sure re
sults from Dr. Edwards' little Olive
Tablets at bedtime. 10c and 25c a box.
We have a full line of Fish Brand and Sawyers Guaran
teed Waterpoof Coats Pants and Hats.
Fish Brand, black, long coats ....$5.00
Fish Brand, black, Storm King coats $7.50
Fish Brand, black Motorman Coats .....$5.50
Fish Brand, black, short coat or pants $3.00
Fish Brand, Olive green coats $6.00
Sawyers dead grass hunting coats ..." $7.50
For men ..... 75c
For Boys.....: ,.50c
Sawyer'sBoys' Long Black Coats $4.50
Rose City Aquapelle coats , $4.50
Rose City Aquapelle pants ..: $4.00
Rose City Aquapelle Leggings $2.50
Extra sizes 25c extra
In both work or dress coats $11.50, $12.50, $18.50, $20
FULL LINE OF U. S. RUBBER BOOTS
Every Pair Guaranteed
240-246 North Commercial Street
"Where They Stand Back of Everv Guarantee"
REGULAR DEPOSITS MAKE
BIGGER BANK ACCOUNTS
GET the habit of making regular trips to the
bank whenever your income or earnings ar
rive in hand.
The United States National bank feels that
the starting of hew accounts is.no moreim-"
portant than encouraging the old ones to grow
SAVINGS OR CHECKINGS ?
Women's Neckwear ..'
Spick and Span New Novelties from' New York's
clever fashion artists. Collars in great variety of
shapes, designs and materials. Also cuff and collar
sets, vestees, etc. It's truly a very fine collection to
choose from now for Christmas giving. Popular
At reduced prices, on our
! bargain tables Boys', Wo
men's and children's two
piece cotton' and wool un
derwear of good quality.
We still have a, few excellent
AVool Robes at from
$8.23 to $13.43
Pure Irish linen in many degrees of fineness. Now
is the time to get busy on those. Holiday Handker
chiefs. These linens are 36 inches wide. One yard
will make nine 'kerchiefs.: Our selling price is less
by several cents than: the present wholesale cost.
While they last at yd....75c, 8oc, 95c, $1.25, $1.40, $1.60
We are closing out a lot of "China Silks at a price
less per yard than that of a ound of raw cotton.
Think of it! Good Silks that can be put to many "uses.
Good assortment of colors and 27 inches wide
at, yard : .;.................35c
141 N. Commercial Street
This is the place, Now is the time to equip yourself with appropriate Foot
.Wear and other wearing apparel. Our stock of Men's Clothing, Shoes, Underwear,
Shirts, Sweaters, Mackinaws, extra Trousers, Gloves, Mittens, Hats, Caps, Ladies
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Hosiery, Shoes, also Boys, Misses and Chil
dren Shoes and various other articles of wear is here ready for your inspection
and comparison. Quantity buying of this class of merchandise for our chain of
stores enables us to offer you this high grade merchandise at these astounding
low prices try us first, you'll see to what extent you profit at this low price
store. , '
YOU DO BETTER HERE FOR LESS
Mens Worsted Suits Factory Samples of Ladies Coats, Suits
Blue or gray $25.00 and Dresses
Mens Fine Raincoats If your size is here the quality and
$7.50, $8.50 to $14.50 nf . , w .
Mens Heavy' Mackinaws t.,'J5S
Plaids $g 45 to $12 50 ?1-25' 1,J"' P j,4i) t0
Men's Flannel Shirts ' SePSe?orSS ?S
$1.85, $2.25, $3.45 to $4.45 $4.95. $6.85 to $9.59
Men's Shirts and Drawers Women's Brown Kid Shoes
Gray and Tan $1.98 and $2.25 Lace, Louis or Military Heels $7.g5
Cotton Ribbed Shirts and Black Kid, same as above . .... $7 85
Drawers ., 9gc ,,ou
p Union Ms rlT
C. on Hfed 1.75 m ?4 g5 mM mS
Cotton Fleece Lined $1 Q8 -n.-u ei no l io c
$1.30 Children's Shoes 98ctO$2.45
Zt: , 2-95ad B.,s Heavy School Shoes
::. I wumm
m ' d i. H7 i j n i Boys Brown English Shoes
Men s Part Wool and Wool sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1.2 ... $4 95 fo $5 85
Socks " 35c, 45c, 60c and 85c Size, lf x x.2 to 2 11 4;95
Mens Gloves and Mittens ,
Samples, all styles in lined or Men s Leather Jerkins
unlined r 75c to JQ With or withoutleeves $7,85, $9.85
Men's High Shoes Cotton, Part Wool and Wool Blankets
$4.45, $6.85, $7.85 to $10.00 $3.95, $7.90 $8.45 to $13.85
Chiewa Plain Toe Work and Loggers ' Comforters . $3.65
$7.50 to $12.95 See Us for Rubber Footwear
Men S Heavy Work Shoes We have added a nice Kne of
$2.98, $3.85 $4.85 to $7.00 Trunks at. $9.95 to $23.85
WE HAVE MANY MORE ITEMS HERE AT SURPRISE PRICES.
C. J. BREIER CO.
You Do Better Here for Less.
I Thanksgiving Is Coming !!
Are you -properly Prepared to
oast That Turkey
To a Turn?
One of our Roasters is just what you need. The famous "LISK'Sanitary Self
casting a-piece Koasters:--
No. 1 $3.75
1 1 .'
We also carry the "SAVORY". Roaster which is priced at $1.35, $2.40 and $3
If your curving set is dull call on us for a new-one. Prices
RA L FARMER Wl. CO.
?2.50 to $15.00
Let Farmer take care of all your HARDWARE TROUBLES