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flD BIG FACTOR 111
FREEING HOLT W
tl.,uWV. British Journalist,
Lmtlv recorded the Pvlnoe of
Cr through Canada and the
H,te tor th. London Dally
l"u ,.h of London, was oinciai wr
relrftn ' " .... v.mlllh army
t0rrwi"u;'"l , A1,onby which
..tinder T . m, Byrlll
misted i"B .""
from the l u eroerloiicos, he
Wh,h1rhe "ued a Ford In many a
"W" from lieersheba to Jerusn
to Nazareth, Damascus and
lem and 10 , Allenby's final
Alepp. . . nld car took mo
1 thiui 4UUV nm "
,or tnan trfty
.,, um In a country
Cops Must Know
Worcester, Mass.. Dec 4. Th.
tors "D. 8. 8," following the aim. ,
THE DAILY CAPITAL JO'UKNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAYJDECEMBER 4, 1919.
uiv..ic-ht million feet of timber.
situated two miles above Detroit, on
Breitenbush and French creeKS-
be sold by the governroc. t th hiph-
cst bidder on Jan-, is.
WaSMnEtOn. Dm 4 Tho nmnin.
Indicate he der ut the A. E. F. in France. ap-
tllS llWrui PrOXlniatelV 30(1 nfflrum Onrl tnm im.
shimmy shaker." dcr the command of Bricadler Gen-
shimmy the shaking, eral w- D. Connor, will embark, for
often mtschtof ,!,,.. the United Stnt nn
ihlmmy has been officially lntrn. ber SI. the war department announ
ce ponce deuaplmonl AU
a Worcester uollcemnn
wan graduated with
( Intermission for breathlnw aU!
iHluuent and Krasns.l
Chief of Police George H. Hill de
few, and these
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Rome, Dec 3. The socialist party
and the confederation of labor have
Vniio.i off the ceneral Btrlke, It wa
announced late tonight. All workers
. wtltifH O
vor " . ,llin(rv It Is very
"In the ninm ,
iv nd It 1 nutte ft common HlKht
a Kord running along with two
Cof wire nettlus secured to the
S2T boards. When the car gets to a
fool uoaiu" imnusHU ) i'.
STdWvor unrolls the netting over
Z roa.lw.iy and thua an easily puss
X wlr road to constructed; In fact,
t rt wiro roads have been made and
" e U..-ho the car runs along easily
i mr ,,i t thirty miles an hour.
""""" " . ...,t,i tt,t the
m deliver tue
10 u ,.i thut h h ' 'old
l" Krd wa. the most wonderful
rar in the war.
-r"" o ...... .win ue grnercu w ihv- ..v..
tarl' activities in France will be turn-1 pioyer8 tomorrow, it was understood.
ea over to Colonel T. Bentley Mott, A dispatch from Milan said four per
retlred military attache at Paris. I v,o,i wn killed In clashes between
DptArhmontu of A,o,.o!in trnnn . .. .Mulniui
iu am ue- ' strikers anu
'Conner" unaconninia,! ,ni, will remain in France In connection! n:oi.,. mm-kpd the day through-
subtle convulsions of the j,. the Prme war council, the out ri0rthern Italy, where socialists
was ctuullfled to Judge when the ' ? JTT M 'TJJJZ
"'" or vulgar. peace commission, the graves regis
Upon this theory the
was sent to
ui(,ar. i peace commission, me graves regis- fauure of the government 10 proirui
police force tratlon service and the rents requisi- B0Cialist deputies In Rome, several of
a lnMn .,hi .... tlon and claims branch. I
wero erailuRtAfl In a lnur wn.i ri lonstrators.
fHE BIG 4
Stomach - Kidneys-Heart- Liver
Keep the vital organs healthy'by
regularly taking the world's stand
rwttf for kidnev. liver.
bladder and uric acid troubles
a last wlhl wlc.
gllng competition and are now ready
to put tne ban on excessive wiggling.
DESTROYS THE HAIR
TABOR SOT FOUND
Froewater, Or., Dec. 4. Walter Ta
bor, who Is wanted for investigation Jn
rnnriM'ilon with the tlpath of Maudfl
Tabor, his sister, at Lawton, Mich., for
merly worked for . the Shields Fruit
company here. Tabor left '"reewater
two weeks aRo in a Ford machine, say
ing he was going to Ran Francisco via
The Dalles, Or.
Jl'RY RIGHTS WITHDRAWN
MAHOGANY CALF OR
INDIAN TAN CALF
AT ALL DEALERS
tiina. At . air. aruggiaui. .
; -r A. vim Cold Medl o"
From toe to heel
?"LSl! A.mu Shoe is every inch
a min i Iboel worn oy ,1
! all clime.. Ahoebuiltforunu.ual
comfort and extra .mice. Getatoday
inn rioo. 4. (United Press,)
Tk. ,v,oiiip nf the cabinet yesterday
decided to suspend trial by jury
throughout Ireland because of terror
ism there and the Impossibility of se-cui-ing
convictions, It was understood
I'arlM. Wrc. 4. (United Press.) The
list of persona reni""""""" ,
trim whom (lern.any must give up
contains more than au ". "
learnwl today, ine pt -
has not dolled whether they will be
trk-d as a body or Singly.
The supremo councu touay
Meetly the question or """f
Uvely Iho treaty or. peace
many. Us conclusions were
liuMli. Marshal rocn ann.
meeting. . .
President Polncare touay Br...c
audience to Prince Alexander. Her.-n
ui1h if yon want ulentv of thick.
hi'uuliful, j?lonsy, silky hair, do by all
menus K''t riil of dandruff,' for it will
suirvo your imir aua ruin it it you
It doesn't do much good to try to
brush, or wash it out. The only Biiro
vnv in m't riil nf iluiirirtif f i t ilifl-
solvo it, I hen you destroy it entirely.
I 0 no l mm, 1MU UJimi iuut uuitccn ui ui-
dinary liiuid nrvon; limply it at night
when retiring; into enough to moiateu
tlu scalp mid rah it in gently with the
By morning, most if not all, of your
dandruff will ho K'. ai11' t'lree or
fnur more implications will completely
dissolve and entirely destroy every
single sign and trace of it.
V will find. ten. that, all itcttinz
.liirtr'niiT nf tlin Mm In will ston, and
I your hair will look and feci a hundred
times better. You can get liqnm avion
nt any drug storo. It is inuxpensive and
four oume.es Us oil you win uecu,
matter how much dandruff you have.
This s'naplo remedy novcr fails. (Adv)
W. Duncan, a famous trapper of Har
nfiv ennntv. has lust made his se.r.ii-
o nui.l trip to Rurns ami sold his stock
Of s'.iins, which netted him 12,51.!.
Banish them by using Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey s
THOUSANDS recommend it. Dr.
Bell's l'ine-Tar-Honey isn't an
experiment, but a cough and cold
remedy that has steadily grown popu
lar because it is quickly effective.
For lingering colds or coughs or fresh
attacks its balsamic and healing anti
septics are sure to be beneficial. It
brie.--! speedy relief from phlegm-con-gmiuii,
inflammation, tickling bron
chi.j tubes. Good also for hoarseness,
cous'is due to grippe, and kindred ail
ments. Economical a bottle goes a
long way, 4Uc., cue., l.u.
Vinol, our Cod Liver and k
Tonic, is the best remedy
for Nervous, Run-Down,
IK'S Moines, Iown, lec. 4.
Workmen drilling for a rock
foundation on the site of the
new heating plant for the
state capltol uncovered a four
foot veln-otMtumlnn.ua coal.
F.xportH estimated the vein
would yield, approximately
The mined coal will be dis
tributed among the state institutions.
rimples on the face, bunches in the
neck, sallow and swarthy complexion,
sores, Ulcers nuieuus
colored spois, " .- noi
and stomacli trouiuies uio
toms of poisoned Dloou. i"y -lenledy
oVed tod,y to t h.
!rar'" '40 for the
, old doctor's p -
eontnining the most re.ia.
k''uT a M Evan
t...i jn vnrs a druggist.
old 'by Sehaefors drug store
k l. ini, Vtimilv I axative
Po-l)o-l.ax, Nature's proved assistant, tbi
the bile and pets the liver on the job. Unlike
calomeL Po-Uo-Ux ia mild but positive n
S It promptly correct. coi.tiiuon in
.oimB or old. c B"
This Letter Proves tt.
Kenton, Del. -"I suffered from a
nen-ous, run-down condition and no
nervous, ., -nd live on a
SS? Shad .rautW work as
i have live in the ramuy. iviy
recommenoeu -, felt-
Xr taking the firT 'bottle. It ha3
ana leei suongei m v.
Ucmllkl Wh ds.
.. . .,. r...t a rl f Iwr PeDtoneS
' " "ypSrZZ oifSoii iw Iron and
coniainea m ; ;t s,ich
strength creator. Besides Vinol is not
ferret medicine. Its full formula is
printed on each packaje.
w ?ms'smv , iiJmN "
IT 'III sNxV HTJ . Sr
NKEDS NO INTRODUCTION .
w. Prrv them exclusively. See our west window.
During November 244 mnrrlngo U-eens-s
were issued by the county audi
tor at Vancouver, and fully to p'
cent of the couple were from ureM..
r.f4 instant relief with
'Tape's Cold Compound"
I Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing
nd snuffling! A dose of "Pape s Cold
Compound" taken every two hours un
pu Uiree dosea are taken usually
breaks up a cold and ends all griPP"
I The very first dose opens your
ploRged up nostrils and the air pas
.Eea of your head; stops nose run
'iub; relieves the headache, dullness.
sfeverishnesB, sneesing, soreness, stiff-
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The Word s Orearesr nruw
. n 1T1
ml wvlA'c Greatest fianO
U5C IIIC -BUIIU -
s Pane'H Told Compouna
ijulckest. surest relief known
surest relief known "
. j,ta ntores.
j..waui uiu y a low ceiius " o
?t acta without assistance. Tastes nice
jConUlns no quinine. Insist on Pape s
MISS WINIFRED BYRD
The Duo-Arf Piano
tmstRUMENTS IN ONE
TJJIU-U x-- as a Pianola
As a P'a"0
four famous makes
AS a -
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The D,"wUh many exclusive devices
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U 1,-iTina-down and
wtwchlng pains In the abdomen are
avoided by the use of .
' .. . . r,f thenuv
accotaing to tne iesain""j v , .
and of mothers who have used I this
time honored preparation. Mue"f
nerves beneath, the j rL
regular use, during the VeHod' .
muscles are made to expa
wy. Mother's rnend u -
. At oil Drujjiiits.
Special BooVlet on Motherhood ul DabT
erar Z in durability, of
fhat the Piano market - INSTHt'MEST
that AS A REPKODtdNG ft, ttmph to the
has added anothter i wh0 are
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A. B. Chase
8B9B8Ba3WaJS arv. December 5, 1919.
MISS WINIFRED B appe'ar with Miss Byrd.
CLARENCE w ni i
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