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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 18, 1919.
mm WAR PROBDl
IAY BE DELAYED BY i
By Cnrl D. Groat .
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Berlin, Nov. 15. Possible delay In
the appearance of Field Marshal Von
Hindenburg and General Ludendorff
before the reichstng committee inves
tigating the war was indicated today.
The two former military leaders
were scheduled to take the stand Mon
day, but the squabble started by Dr.
Ton Helfferich, former vice-chancellor
probably will cause a delay.
The committee broke up in a tumult
today when Helfferich refused to an
swer Questions put by Herr Cohen, in
dependent socialist. A divided vote to
fine Helfferich 300 marks resulted in
the resignation of Chairman Wer-
mouth who was succeeded by Deputy
The nationalist movement had the
government worried today.
Last night throngs gathered about
the building which formerly housed
the American embassy shouting "Down
Black Boys Better Than Bloodhounds
The native aborigines are not given
credit for much intelligence, but in all
manner of bushcraft he was an expert
to a degree which has never been ap
proached by the keen-witted of the
white native-born. The black boys are
still used by the government police for.
the tracking of criminals in the coun
try, -and, so far they beat the blood
hound at this work. The marvelous
eye of the blacks detects slight disturb
ances of soil and a bruised leaf or a
broken twig which escapes the no
tice of the most vigilant white man.
Save Your Hair
Hurry! A few cents stops hair falling
and dontile Its beauty
Who fa-ads the Crickets?
, An individual cripket chirps with no
great regularity when it is by itself,
and Its chirping is intermittent, especi
ally in the daytime. At night, how
ever, when great numbers of crickets
are chirping, the regularity is astm
tshing; one hears all the crickets in a
field chirping synchronously, keeping
time as if led by the wand of a con
Farming is a business the same as
banking or running a mercantile es
tablishment. There are products to be
sold end articles to be bought; The
keeping of a record of these and de
termining the relation of the outgo
to the income are important consider
ations on every farm. The farmer
should know what his income is and
just how much he is disposing of it.
He can know this only by keeping
books and the first of the new year
is the proper time to begin.
A little "Danderine" cools, cleanses
and makes the feverish, itchy scalp
soft and pliable; then this, stimulating
tonic penetrates to the famished hair
roots, revitalizing and invigorating
every hair in the hend, thus stopping
the hair falling out, getting thin,
scraggly or fading. -
After a, few applications of "Dan
derine" you seldom find a fallen hair
or a particle of dandruff, besides ev
ery hair shows more life, vigor,
brightness, color and thickness.
A few cents buys a bojtle of de
lightful "Danderine" tit any drug or
toilet counter. (Adv)
How Strange Things
, "I want to write you to let you
know that I have taken 2 more doses
of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, and
have gained 10 lbs. In tho last 2 weeks
although I am thinner around the
walBt than before, because the blout
lug in my stomach has all gone and
I am feeling like a boy again. There
never was anything in this world half
as gocl as this medicine." It is a sim
ple, harmless preparation that removes
the catarrhal mucus from the intes
tinal tract and allays the inflamma
tion which causes practically all
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments
including appendicitis. One dose will
convince or money refunded. J. (J.
Perry and druggists everywhere.
" ' (Adv)
SCT FOR SATURDAY
The semi-annual parent-teacher as
sociation of Marion county conven
tion will be held at the high school
here next Saturday. Many questions
of interest to teachers and parents
will be discussed, and plans formed
for better management of schools.
The program for the day follows:
10 a. m. Music, "America."
Address of welcome, W. M. Smith.
Itoll call; reading of minutes; re
ports of delegates. V
, Music, chorus, Miss Tartar's class.
Address, Suggestions for the Work
for Parent-Teacher association, Mrs.
C. W. Havhurst, president state P. T.
Luncheon, high school cafeteria.
1 p. m. Music.
Address, Establishment of County,
Library System, A. A. Lee, Salem.
Address, Physical Training as a
Health Measure, Mabel Cummlngs, U.
Address, Importance of the Physic
al Equipment of the School, Supt. B.
T. Youel, Silverton.
Exhibition of physical training ex-
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THY THIS IF YOV
There is one sure way that never
fails to remove dandruff completely
and that is to dissolve it. This destroys
It entirely. To do this, just get about
four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid
arvorfl apply it at night when-retire
ing; use enough to moisten the scalp
and rub it in gently with the finger
By morning, most if not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will complete
ly dissolve and entirely destroy every
single sign and trace of it, no matter
how much dandruff you may have.
You will find, too, that all Itching
and digging of the scalp will stop instantly,-
and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky, and soft, and
look and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid nrvon at any
drug store. It is inexpensive, and four
ounces is all you will need. This sim
ple remedy has never been known to
erclses. Miss Powers' class, Salem.
The officers of the association are:
President, Helen M. Wrightman, Sil
verton; vice president, LaMoine R.
Clark, Salem; secretary, Fannie L.
Douglas, Salem, and treasurer, E. S.
DALLAS VETERAN HOME
Dallas, Nov. 18. During the past
week the last member of old Company
L ot this city who was in France dur
ing the recent war arrived home.
Archie Montgomery visited at the
home of his sister, Mrs. A. C. Peter
son, for a few days and then left for
his home at Falls City. Montgomery
left Dallas with Company L but after
his arrival in France was transferred
to another fighting unit and after tho
signing of the armistice was detailed
for guard xTllfy.
SIX MEN KILLED
Philadelphia, Nov. 18. Six men
were killed and eleven injured when
a motor truck carrying workmen to
the Hog Island shipyard was struck
by a Philadelphia and Reading tra'u
at a grade crossing hers.
"SYRUP OF FIGS"
Look at Tonguel Remove Poison From
Stomach, Liver and Bowels
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only look for the name California on
the package,, then you are sure your
child is having the best and most harm
less laxative or physic for tho little
stomach, liver and bowels. Children
ve its delicious fruity taste. Full di
rections for child's dose on each bot
tle . Give St without 'fear.
Mother! You must say "California"
SEATTLE TO ABANDON
CAR TRANSFER POLICY
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 18. Seattle is
to be'a city without street car trans;
fers if Superintendent of Public Utili
ties Thomas F. Murphine can bring
about such a condition.
Through the construction of a huge
terminal building at Bell and Blanch
ard streets, from which will radiate
streetcar lines to every section of the
city, it is Murphine's plan to do away
with transfers, speed up traffic and,
with a system1 of elevated roads and
subways, bring the city's rapidly con
gesting car traffic up to a point where
the crowds can be handled. The elim
ination of transfers, it is estimated,
vill effect a saving of nearly $200,000
The subway and elevated system
would cost about $5,100,000.
No Need To Be .Thin,
Scrawny- Or Sallow
If you are thin and want to be
plump; if you have wrinkles in your
face that vou flrA not mrnurl nf? if tha
skin is sallow or subject to pimples or
Maekheads, take Mi-o-na stomach tab
lets tor two weeks and notice the
The majority of the thin people are
thin because He stomach does not per
form its duties nronerlv. Tt. ri not b.
creting sufficient of the natural di
gestive juices ana in consequence does
not extract from the food enough nu
tritive matter to nourish every part of
Mio-na stomach tablets are intended
to build up the stomach so that it will
act properly and extract from the food
the elements necessary to form flesh.
If you are thin try two weeks treat
ment of Mi-o-na stomach tablets they
are small, easily swallowed and are
sold on the guarantee of money back
if they do not overcome chronic indi
gestion, acute or chronic, stop stomach
disturbance, belching, heartburn, sour
stomach, and any after dinner distress.
For sale by Daniel J. Fry and all
leading druggists. (Adv)
Newly Painted Windows
To prevent newly-painted windows
from sticking, open and run them up
and down two or three times a day for
three or four days. Unless this is done
the windows are almost bound to stick.
Always paint them as early as possible
in the days so as to give them a chance
to dry before you 'fasten thero at
In the midst of outdoor
sports, nothing is so
comforting to the skin
as the protection given
by a good powder.
Soul Kiss Face Powder
gives the complexion
softness of tone fra
grance and beauty.
Meyer Brothers Drug Co.
Stmt Kk Cold Cream
toothrs t'tw sktn
Corns Come Off
Like Banana Peel
''Gets-It" Leaves Toe Smooth As Tour
Palm. Never Fails.
Ever peel off a banana skin Well
that' s the way ' Gets-It ' ' peels off any
corn or callus. It's a picnic. Nothing
else in the world will do it but ''Gets-
It" because of the new secret prin
ciple in the "Gets-It" formula, "Gets
It" does away forever with "contrap
tions," 'wrappy" plasters, ointments
that rub off, blood-letting knives, and
scissors that snip into the "quick".
''Gets-It" eases pain. It takes but a
second or two to use "Gets-It".
There's no fussing or trouble. It dries
immediately. You put jrour stocking
right back on again. Xour corn will
come off painlessly in one complete -piece.
That's common-sense. It never
"Gets 'It" the only sure, guaranteed,
money-back corn-remover, costs but a
trifle at any drug store. M'i'd by E.
Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111.
Sold in Salem and recommended as
the world's best corn remedy by J. C.
Perrp, D. J. Fry and Win Neimeyer.
Oil Production Gains Three Per Cent
A gain of three per cent over the
record production of petroleum in
1917 is Indicated in. the preliminary
estimate for 1918. An estimate of
nearly 350,000.000 barrels, as against
the record for 1917 of over 335.000,000
barrels, is made. The reserve of crude
oil held by all producers and pipe-line
companies in the United States at the
end of 1918 is estimated at 123,000,;
000 barrels, as compared with 150,
000, 00ft barrels at the end of 1917.
It SALE PRICE
You May Not Know It,But It's a Fact, Our
AFFORDS YOU RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY HIGH GRADE SHOES
FOR ACTUALLY LESS THAN TODAY'S COST. COMPARE OUR PRICES
YOU'LL SURELY FIND
We Can Save You Money
. . , .
THEY ALL SAY WE ARE
FROM ONE TO THREE DOL
LARS PER PAIR LOWER
THAN OTHERS ARE ASKING
FOR SIMILAR SHOES.
Ladies' Dfess Shoes
One lot Ladies' Kid, Gun Metal and Patent Leather
Shoes, Button and Lace, Cuban and Military. Heels. All
sizes in the lot. Shoes that sell regularly at $5, $6 and $7
VHILE THEY LAST
Men's Dress Shoes
Men's Black and Brown Calf Shoes, Blucher Lace,
High Toe or Semi-English last, all sizes in stock. Shoes
that sold for $9.00 and $10.00.
LADIES' DRESS SHOES
Ladies' brown kid, cloth
top shoes. Latest style last.
Military heel. All sizes.
Sold regularly at $10.
ON SALE AT
, LADIES' ARMY. LAST
Tan blucher lace army
last. 10-inch top. Regular
$8.00. Will go at
WORK SHOES .
Men's heavy work Sho'es,
tan or black worth $5.00
and $6.00. While they last
the price will be
One Lot black calf blucher i
lace, 10-inch top, dress i
shoes. Price was $12.00.1
Only 15 pairs left at
Ladies' Fancy Shoes
One lot of Ladies' Cloth Top, Kid and Patent Leather
Shoes, Button and Lace, Louis or Military Heels, all
sizes in the lot. Sold regularly at $8, $9 and $10.
A1IILE THEY LAST
Men's Dress Shoes
Men's black Munson last shoes, blucher lace, all sizes
for men who prefer comfort to style. They are regular
$12 and $13 shoes
DURING THIS SALE t
LADIES' HIGH BOOTS
(Light horse hide boots.
12-inch t o ps. Regular
$8.00, while they last at
WITCH ELK SHOES
Our regular $9.00 ladies
Witch Elk Shoes will be
$12.00 for spring. During
BOYS' DRESS SHOES
Bovs' black gun metal
Dress Shoes. Sizes 2 1-2
to 6. Regular $5.00.- Suit
able for school wear. On
BOYS' HEAVY SHOES
Extra heavy for hard 11
wear. Two rounds of size
11 to 2 and 2 1-2 to 6. 1
Special price for any size II
Make our store your store. We carry a complete line of
Victrolas, Pathes, Victor and Pathe Records. There
is nothing that will bring more pleasure to the home
than music. The Victor and Pathe machines are two
of the best.
Play all makes of records better. You have no parts
to change. The Pathe machine is equipped with the
wonderful Universal Reproducer.
TRADE IN YOUR OLD MACHINES
As part payment on a new one. We will allow you all it is wTorth and give you
your terms within reasqn on balance '
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