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I CAPITAL JoLiunALi
DiT OF STATE
An auoix 01 xnr mroas im
treasury department was started to
day under the direction of the govern
or'!! office preparatory to the grand
Jury investigation into the conduct of
the office by State Treasurer Hoff aa
ordered by Governor Olcott Monday
following a request for aa investiga
tion by Hoff in order to clear up the
charges of mismanagement of the
funds of the state industrial accident
commission in the purchase of bonds.
The audit was authorized by Gov
ernor Olcott Wednesday afternoon up
on receipt of a, letter from Attorney
tieneral Brown requesting such action
In order that he might be able to pro
ceed intelligently with the grand jury
probe which he has been instructed to
conduct. The expense of the audit will
fee paid out of the special agents fund
in the hands of the governor, it was
"In undertaking to execute the re
sponsible duty placed upon me it shall
be my end and aim to make the in
quiry entirely fair to the state treasur
r and his assistants, yet exceedingly
searching and most complete," the at
torney general assures the governor In
acknowledging the receipt of the gov
ernor's direction to institute the grand
Jury probe into the affairs of the state
"Pursuant to law and particularly
Sec. 2 of chapter 196, Laws of 1915, 1
v.'lll first appear before the grand Jury
1'f the circuit court of state of Oregon
in and for Marion county for the pur
pose of making an investigation into
the methods whereby the officials of
the state treasurer's office purchased
the securities with the trust fund held
by that office for investment
"In order to make the investigation
of the greatest value to the state it is
necessary, of course, to obtain the
truth the whole truth and nothing but
the truth, aa far as lies within our
power and in mkking this examination
it is absolutely necessary to gather to
gether the facts and place them bofore
the grand Jury tor tnelr consideration.
"In order to enable me to carry out
your instructions I request that you
cause an audit to be made of the state
treasurer's books either under your
own direction as the chief -. executive
officer of the state or under the super
vision of the secretary of state who Is
the fiscal agent of the state of Ore
gon." Governor Olcott stated this after
noon upon receipt of the attorney gen- j
er&l's letter that the audit would be
conducted immediately as requesteo
and under the direction of his office
as chief executive of the state.
' policy the department is now selling
j timber on a large scale from the Kla-
math lands and using the proceeds
for the benefit and the industrial ad
vancement of the Klamath Indiana.
Lee de Forest has made an audlon
of such delicate quality that when a
fly walks over the transmitter the am
plified sound hammers hard on the
Opening Of Klamath
Lands Not Favored
The department of the interior is
not in favor of opening the surplus
lands of the Klamath Indian reserva
tion. In Oregon to settlement at this
time, according to a letter, received
by Governor Olcott today from John
W. Hallowell, assistant to the secre
tary. These lands, which are princi
pally heavily timbered tracts, are not
suitable for farming purposes and
are for that reason, being held us a
tribal asset for the benefit of the In
dians, the letter states. The depart
ment regards it as to the best inter
ests of the Indians to hold the lands
in their present status until the tim
ber on the lands can be sold and re
moved for the benefit of the tribe,
the letter states. In following out this
from Internal Baths
Mrs. Geo. Matthew. Carthaa-o. S T
writes Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute of
New York, as follows; !
"With reference to 'Your M R' I.
Cascade" will say I wouldn't part with
mine under any circumstanced, it ie
simply wonderful what it did for me
less tnan a year ago. I was in very
poor health, short bTeath. H
headache, heartburn, rheumatlr. rutin
and bloatirg, but after using the Dr.
Tyrrell Tonic and 'J. B. L. Cascade'
for a few weeks faithfully, those ills
have left me and I feel like a new
The "J." B. L. Cascade" cleanses
the lower Intestine its entire- length
and keeps it always free of poisonous
Thousands testify that constipation,
indigestion, stomach troubles, bil
iousness, headaches and all the many
serious troubles which they cause
are absolutely relieved and prevented
by this nature treatment
Daniel J. Fry wholesale druggist
and manufacturing pharmacist in Sa
lem, Or., will be glad to show you the
"J. B. L. Cascade," explain its sim
ple operation and will give you, free
on request, an interesting little book
by Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell of New York,
a noted specialist on internal bathing
for 25 years in that city. Clip this out
as a reminder to ask for the booklet
at your first opportunity,.' (Adv)
JOTJItNAL WANT ADS PAY
Gifts to Women
Jiffy-Jell Users Need Them and are Welcome. See Below
Jiffy-Jell made with Sun-Maid Ra'sins or
, None Such Mince Meat. Made with
Style G Mold Pint Sire.
air a FineaBoie
Crushed to Flavor One Jiffy-Jell Dessert
Hrre is on ft example of the wealth of fruit
in Jiffy-Jell desserts.
Wt crush pineapples in Hawaii fruit too
ripe to ship. The juice of half a fruit is con
densed and sealed in a vial to flavor one pint
Yet the whole dessert costs but a few cents,
ready at your call.
So with eight rich fruits which come in Jiffy
Jell. All are made from crushed fruit, ail are
abundant. All come in liquid form, condensed
and sealed in glass a bottle in each package.
Real-fruit flavors in bottles
Mark this Jiffy-Jell distinction. Note how it
differs from old-style quick gelatine desserts.
Jiffy-Jell alone has these bottled fruit-juice
Jiffy-Jell desserts are fruit made dainties,
rich in fruit. The fruit tasts is not mere flavor
and not artificial. .
People need fruit daily. Now, when fruit is
costly, this is an ideal way to serve it.
Jiffy-Jell comes ready-sweetened. ' It is acid
ulated with evaporated fruit acid. A rare
grade gelatine is in it, and the fruit-juice es
sence in a vial.
You simply add hot water as directed on
package, and let cool. Then a package of Jiffy
Jcll serves six people in mold, form, or twelve
if you whip the jell.
Yet this fruit-made dainty, rich in fruit, costs
a trifle. It costs less than serving apples.
'Twill delight you ,
Try JifTy-JcIl in various fruit flavors. Try lime.
fri..t flavor for a tart green salad jell. Try mini
for a mint jell to serve with meats.
Learn what these dainties mean to you. Compart
them with old-style desserts of this type.
We offer you choice of several 50-cent molds il
you will do this, and at once. Cut out our offer so
you won't forget.
Ten Flavors In Glass Vials .
Bol'lr in Each Fackast
iin Lime Cherry
Or.ni Lemon Coffee
Individual dessert molds
Style t-The Mine piat site Style-C
In assorted styles of alumi
num, six to the set. The six
will serve a full package if
Jiffy-Jcll. Send S trade-marks
for the six assorted.
Jiffy-Cup for measuring
An aluminum half-pint cup.
Fill twice with water to dissolve
one package Jiffy-Jell. Use as
an exact cup measure in all reci
pes. Send 2 trade-marks for it.
WiuRoers r Son AA
Silver Dessert Spoons, teaspoon size, in a favorite pattern of Wm. Rogers
silver plate guaranteed 20 years For .the first spoon send 2 trademarks
plus 10c for postage and packing. Then we will offer you the balance of the set
Free to users
Cut out the (g) trade-marks in the circle on the
front of Jiffy-Jell packages. Send 5 for any pint
mold or the Set of Six Individual Molds. Sctid 2
for the Jiffy-Cup, or 2 and !0c for the Spoon.
The pint molds are as follows all aluminum.
Style B Pint Mold, heart shaped.
Style CI'int .Mold, fluted as above.
Style D Hint Salad Mold.
Style K Pint Mold with pinnacles.
....Stria a ,
, ...fKyla O
....Btt r an -
..... Silver Stpoaa
Rend S nlrrla
for any pint mftld
r the art of ell.
Kend t tor Jidv
Cup, Vaiul I an
lee tar a poo a.
Jiffy Dessert Co., MAIL
Waukesha, Wis. THIS
I endow. ..(g) trade-marks
for which send, the , gifts I
check at side. .
Enclose 10c for postage and
packing on the spoon alone.
I j t 1 1 f T 11 lonly member or the force to escape
itlU AttaCKS rOlK . f,, from th ailment, both his
Cminlll fCmrt7nvC 'irst and se'1'1 deputies being con
KjUUlliy L.IUJJ '0jinea to their homes with the influ-
. . 'enza. The epidemic which made Its
Dallas. Or.. Mar. 11. During the; appearance in Da!!as several weeks
past week influenza has made a raid,ag0 jg nOW on tne decline and with
on the offices in the court heu and' several more days of warm rain
as a result the county assessor s or-1 " .
flee is locked up ith both the asses- the physicians think the disease will
sor and his deputy quarantined with stamped ui. -
the disease. In the county clerk's of- rlnn
fie. Clerk Tloyd I. Moore is thef MlrrrKHI I Wit IfflKX
"For about two yeaia .""suffered
with malaria fever and bad blood,
trying everything that w:is recom
mended to me without'' benefit. ,
"Finally someone told me about
'Xumbdr 40 for-iitav Hloed-' -and. I pur
chased a, boitle from our merchant.
Waltr Pase and it did me so much'
good that I kept on taking it, using
in all bottles. Today 1 am feeling
fine and do not hesitate to recom
mend it for any trouble for which it
"You are at liberty to use this let
ter any way you desire for I know
what Number 40 is."
H. I EURNETT, Wakulla, Fla.
Number 40 for the Blood" Is com
pounded from ingredients set down in
the V. S. Dispensatory and other au
thoritative medical books as follows:
Employed in diseases of the gland
ular system, in blood troubles, scrof
ula, eczema, skin diseases, constipa
tion, stomach and liver troubles,
chronic rheumatism and catarrh,
Senator Lodge and Sir Oliver Lodge Tor Ci 1 1
-a as a vZJm
have just discovered that they are
scions of the same family, a branch
of which settled in Massachusetts in
the seventeenth century.
nVB BltosiO Qnv,v!f' s--Look
for K. W. GRfjv. Ti
the bo jot
COCOAMT OIL FINE
. . FOR WASHING HAIR
If you want to keep your hair1 in
good condition, b careful what you-
wash It with.
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali. This dries
the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and
is very- harmful. Mulsified cocoanut
oil shampoo (which i pure ana en
tirely greaseless), is much better
than anything else you can use for
shampooing, a this can't possibly in
jure tho hair.
Simply moisten your hair with wa-.
ter and rub It in. One or two tea
spoonfuls will make an abundance of
rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the
hair and scalp thoroughly. The lath
er rinses out easily, and removes ev
ery particle of dust, dirt, dandruff
and excessive oil. The hair, dries
quickly and evenly, ami It leaves it 'mercurial and lead poisoning. Under
fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy lts use bodily eruptions and scrofu
to manage. h0us swellings that have withstood all
You can get Mulsified cocoanut oiUother treatment disappear as if by
shampoo at most any drug store. It is magic." Sold by Schaefers drug store,
very cheap, and a few ounces 1st (Adv)
enough to last everyone in the emi.
ly for months. ' (Adv) JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Advises Ordinary Buttermilk h
Vrirddes and Enlarged pcj
lius itioa ooin loan worn rth, f..,,.. ,
T . .1.1 iw . : - w ! ' '
l l VKl lium av.'il I DUUCT-
mllk Cream in a New Way A
tieutle Mateage with- Fingers
- Before Retiring all That fe
Uniterm ilk aud Cream Sim pto lloin
edios Keeps Face, Hands and
Anns in Exquisite Condition
Soft, Smooth and Bena-
aMiim.i .,. Una..
" v ute turner e " 1 JSi
"iif4 with , "I"" .
iu I est effect h.
follow the s;mlt a,.
gists guaranty , nal ft
ment after the tJ
ty ww reft,f;h:
The old time application of Butter
milk and Cream to whiten. ajid. pre
serve the skin and remove harsh lit
tle wrinkles and ugly sallowness is
grandmother's recipe and women thrue
out the country are again using it
to ensure a beautiful complexion audi
snow white hands and arms.
Buttermilk, however, is not always
obtainable, but a specialist has at last
perfected a method of concentrating
buttermilk and combining it with' a
perfect cream, which you can buy in
small quantities ready to use at any
first class drug store by simply ask
ing for "Howard's Buttermilk Cream
There is no secret about it nor is
there any doubt about the result it's
just common ordinary buttermilk -in''
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CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING. RESUii
THIS WEEK ONLY
At the Stores Named Below
A 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent
amity : I eet
To Safer, Whiter, Filmless Teeth
All StaUmoiis Approved by High Dental Authorities
- See How Teeth Glisten.
When the Film is Gone
The results of Pepsodent show clearly in whitc glis
tening teeth. You can see them everywhere for a,
million folks now employ it. You can see them on your
own teeth when you remove the film. And that's the
purpose of this ten-day test.
Film on Teeth
Is What Wrecks Them
Dental science has found that most tooth
troubles are due to a slimy film. You can feel
it with your tongue.
That film clings to the teeth. It gets be
tween the teeth, enters crevices and stays.
The tooth brush doesn't end it. The ordinary
dentifrice cannot dissolve it. So its damage
is unceasing. ,
That film is what discolors not the teeth
It is the basis of tartar. It holds food sub
stance which ferments and forms acid.
holds the acid in contact with the teeth to
Millions of germs breed in it. They, with
tartar, are the chief cause of pyorrhea. Also of
many other troubles, local and internal.
Based on Pepsin
. Pepsodent is based on pepsin, the
digestant of albumin. The film is
albuminous matter. The purpose of
Pepsodent is to dissolve it, then to
constantly combat it.
But pepsin must be activated, and
the usual agent is an acid harmful
to the teeth. So pepsin long seemed
What science has now done is to
invent a harmless activatingmethed.
That method is employed in Pepso
dent. The result is a tooth paste
which will do what nothing else has
done. And five years of tests seem
to clearly prove that it opens a new
Pepsodent has been submitted to
every form of clinical and laboratory
test. Dentists everywhere have
watched its effects and now urge its
daily use. This week we offer a
test to you, and we ask you to
That is why brushed teeth discolor and de
cay. Why tartar forms and pyorrhea starts.
You may remove the debris, but the real cause
of tooth troubles the clinging film is largely
left to do its damage.
Now dental science has found a way to com
bat that film; after years of searching. We ask
you to accept a ten-day test and see the results
Look in Ten Days ;
We urge this test for your sake
and your children's sake. Children
have most to gain from cleaner, safer
teeth. Try to avoid the troubles we
Present this coupon for a 10-Day
Tube. Use like any tooth paste.
Note how clean the teeth feel after
using. Mark the absence of the
slimy. film. See how teeth whiten
as the fixed film. disappears. '
A book comes with the sample
tube, explaining the results, learn
the reason for them." Compaq them
with the results .of old methods.
Then let your- own good sense a
cide what method tc employ
This test is of lifetime Importance,
both to you . and -yours. I
shown at least a million people "?
way to whiter, safer teeth. Some
one in your home should mane n.
Cut out the coupon so you wont
forget. ' 1
PAT. OF ft i
The New-Day Dentifrice
A scientific film combatant which is now advised for d3y Wfl
by leading dentists everywhere; after years of tests '
The Stores Named Below Will
Supply the Free Tube on This Coupon
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
t 115 South Commercial Street .
- - -
i 10-DAY TUBE FREE'
Present this coupon, with jour name and eWr .
Present this coupon, with jour name " -gbe
in, to ny store named. It is good tor a ' g
. V. al:. Aiieon
Qut-oi-towa residents should rou cr
rcpsodent Company, 1104 w.iw -----
ana tne tube wi be sent ny