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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
- At St. Joseph's
' : I-it'Tully filling St. Joncph's ball the
v1arpest audience that ever attended an
' affair of thhr kind waa prenont lit the
' premutation of a Utivg recital given
by the pupils of Sacred Heart academy
Friday eveninfr. Kach Individual num
ber met with enthusiastic applause,
the Peer Gynt liulte being especially
well received. The music department of
the school, which has as it object the
cultivation of classical music, is plan
ning a series of such recitals to be netd
before the close of the school term.
To tfpring. Op. 43. No. J, OreiR,
Mario Kleber; Utile Birds, Op. 43, No.
4, (irleir, Catherine Havnge; lierceuse.
Selected, violin solo, JIary lleenan;
I'd Like to Be Like Grandma, Kong.
Minims; ta Butterfly, Selected, lb)
Folk Song, Op. 88. No. 2, (Irleg, Harp
Solo, Mary Lebold; (a) That's What
I'd Like to Do, Vocal Duct. Winifred
Albrich, Josephine linrr; tb) Bome
tlnie, Vocal Solo, Winifred Albrich:
i'eer (iynt Hulte, Grieg; Introductory
Heading: Ingrid's Complaint, I'iano
Solo, Mary Lebold; Heading; In the
Hall of the Mountain King, I'iano
Solo, dimly Kmery; Heading; Ahc'h
Death. I'iano Solo, Marie Fiebcr;
Heading: Arabian Dance, 1'lano Solo,
Mary Lebold; Anitra's Dance, I'iano
Solo. Gladys Emery; Heading; (a)
Morning, lb) Storm, I'iano Solo, Lena
HuckeMleln, (c) SolveJg'B Cradle
Song; Olaf Trygvarnn, 4 part chorus,
Grieg, Choral Class: At the I'iano,
Margaret M. Hacicot, U-na Huckesteln j
Police Of North
Pass Into Beyond
Dawsnn, N. V. T. Hod Jacketed
coiiHlables of the famous Hoyal North
went Mounted Police no longer do pat
rol duty, for their organization has
U-en replaced by the Koyal Canadian
Mounted police. Moft of the men of
the old order have been taken over In
to the, new organization.
''Thus pass the famous Royal
Northwest Mounted Police the pride
of Canada and the peer of the world
frontier organizations for enforcement
uf law and order." The Dawson News
said editorially. "Hugged and romantic
characters, men of iron nerve and ini- j
tiiitlve pervaded the force. The oldi
force held a wonderful record and
much will lie expected of the new." !
Tobacco Supply Is
as it goe? in Austria and probably con
sisted of not more than two-thirds lea-
Oienaer In AUStna ul to first class American cigarettes
'such as usually served in duos.
Vienna. Tobacco smokers of this
Tahitd 's Leper
Papeete, T. H. Tahiti's leper colo
ny, established In a beautiful valley In
11113, has the appearance of a pleasant
and prosperous native village.
The visitor's first impression is of
neatness and order. All of the houses
are built of concrete with Iron roofs,
the open sides set In with slendor bam
boo cane, native style, to afford venti
lation. There Is water piped to each
house from a spring and suitable sani
tary arrangements. The inhabitants
appear contented anil they have plant
ed flower gardens about each of the
houses. Means are provided whereby
the family and friends of each patient
can visit without coming In actual eon
tact. Leprosy does not possess the ter
rors wilh which It has been Invested
by the popular mind. Investigation is
salillo have demonstrated that lepro
sy Is one of the least contagious of diseases.
city Jocular declare that the great Vi-j
ennu forest is being gradually smoked CfVl I-ZTC In 11 (JOT
up in cigarettes. This is intended as OH WVC Oil OWgWI
satire on the quality of materia! usedi r U. RontpTl Rv
in the manufacture of Austrian cigar-I i XtittO UVUt-CIt LJ y
Tobacco products are a government
monnoiy and regulated in quantity'
'and issue. The allowance to each ln-i Honolulu T. If. Hcccnt heavy rains
dividual is very small, equal possibly j throughout the Island of Ouhu meant
to six cigarettes a day. Smuggling is to millions of dollars saved to the rugar
much practiced, however, that It is on- planters, according to reports from the
ly necessary tg pass the word in the ' cane fields.
right quarter to obtain cigarettes in Handicapped bv the laborers' strike,
quantity. One thousand recently pur- wh'ch bc;;ln in January, manv of the
chased by the Associated Press corres available workers had to be rmplnved
pondent were of fair quality in tobacco on irrigation. The abundant rain re
leased the-c for work in the fields and
With Bitro-Phosphate on
' New York. If you are, feeling run
down, weak, nervous, tired in Hie
munilng, mid generally ailing, these,
are the symptoms that should wain
you to lake cure of your heallh.
Four person In every ten lire need
liiK.inoi-e phosphorus in their bodies.
When you see llilu nnd fretful people
or those who are anaemic, pule, frail,
oft despondent or lacking In energy,
you may look for Ilie need of certain
elements that make for a strong eou
slllullun. Home people, nfier relying upon
prepurulionH cuinpoHed chiefly of
suits, itl In Itio, drastic drugs, Iron, cal
omel, cod liver oil, etc., wonder why
they find no benefit. That is easily
explained by the fact that such per
sons need the phosphoric element,
which Is n most potent essential to
heallh, nml contained in UlTltO
PIIOSI'IIATK, the famous health prep
u rn I Ion. Now obtainable everywhere.
The rightthlng for you to do Is
luuke a trial of IIITHO-PIIOSI'UATM
beginning nt mire. It Is not n patent
medicine; the formula Is prescribed
by many physicians fur the ailments
nnd weaknesses mentioned above.
With every box of HITHO-riloS-I'HATK.
Hie n few simple health rules
and a $;I00 guarantee. Buy a box of
lUTHO-PHOSI'llATK. It is sold and
recommended by nil good drugulsts
While I.. JI. Canfleld was absent
from his 40 acre ranch near llermls-
ton, unknown persons tore down and
hauled away a dwelling house, a good
barn and chicken house.
Girls! Buttermilk Creates
ates beauty al
most like magic,
but the most
bout it is the
fact that whilst
turns the dull
est and most lifeless complexion
radiant beauty and makes red or
rough arms snowy white, yet there is
not the slightest sign of its use after
application. It actually vanishes from
sight and the most heated atmosphere
will not produce the least Hhinlneus
or grensiness of the skin.
It Is absolutely hurniless nnd will
neither produce or stimulate th"
j the. miU, -4ile -Ihe heavy downpour
provided a reserve of water for irriga
i tion purposes which will last a number
The first app:i Hawaiian i'ngnr Planters association
cation of How-j records show that more than seven
ard's Buttermilk hundred Filipinos have arrived since
Cream will astoni the first of iliu year from the I'hilip
ish you. It crc-fpine Islands to work on the planta
tions. I'pwards of four hundred more
are rxicr!ed within the next i:rce
weeks. The great majority of the ori
ginal imi striking Filipinos have ro-iu-neil
the fields, while about 2000
strikebreakers also are on the Job. it
I The Japanese Federation of Labor
headquarters reiterates its assertion
that it will hold out for the higher
wage demanded and that its members
; will not return to their posts until the
demand is granted. Island of Maui
. branch of the federation recently vot
ed to continue its contributions to the
' r ;r. a hurden when the uody
is racked with pain. Everything
worries and the victfm becomes
despondent and downhearted To
bring back the sunshine take
exchequer of the Island of Ouhu stri
kers one month-longer. No announce
ments on the subject of contributions
have been received from the islands of
Kauai or Ouhu.
Plantation managers say that res
ponsible positions formerly held by the
Japanese have been permanently fill
ed with Americans, Kawaaians. Portu
guese and Spaniards.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY.
'ami ..... U!S.4
; tne horn
lay, is closed.
The national remedy of Holland for ovei
200 years; it is an enemy of all pains re
sulting from Mdney. liver and uric acid
troubles. Alt druggists, three sizes.
Uok for tl urn CU Madal oa wr
u4 Kcapt MiauUliM
.if hlilr Wilhln ....... I 9M t-C . SSiT- 1
! hours this wonderful combination i - I 1
I ItolL0:"".... " . I Bake-Rite Bakery
w Manufactured at Buffalo,. N. Y.. I.yj ' " ' ' 4 -.7 tofp Cf Phnnp 9RR J
ThfAA Howard Pros. Chemical t;o. (Adv) ! 40f btate bt. FflOIie , jpmum m ,
"Gcls-Il" Stops Pain Immedliitcly 0?? 1 ft
Anil Corns Go Quick. ffl W&j W&'S III IrUM AlCJrli - ft t '
The way to handle corns Is the O f tf YMW I JPfi PI lt fMMWl 3rJL ,
tried and proved "Gets-It" way-thc E f f Jpl&fy 4f? S-J T)i. U ' MWiM' I iW2fiOT
way that millions have found quick- J4f Wlj sW ' X VY x&k mi'9m 1 i &3 i5,s!iljS U.1
est, easiest safest nnd most reliable. f4i'' L. yjfl MiiA . JjMAll, WMmWlMniMll i-A"- 'HLC! !L-fS
OUR -BREAD MAN
Is one of the most skillful in the bust
ness. AVhat he doesn't i now about
bread making isn't worth knowing.
Just to prove to yourself how foolish
it is to swelter over a hot oven, try
n loaf of our BAKK-R1TK bread. Our
electric ovens bake Just right.
Once tried It is always a favorite.
United States Disc Senam
"Works lihm n r"UL
Gets all the cream."'
Because it jj
First n...i t.
New perfected Disc C&l
the high priced h.,tt tL 1
Q, . . j.pj iorjT1) i
feet oiling system. 'S
Third; Simple to wash-K !
arid fewer djcs Apatented2
fer is aa added L Wsaving k$
. Fourth; Most durable-
piece sanitary frame vithf
geara, automatically oiled, will WJ
er.require little attention and Q!
Dairymen are invited to r i 1
tile suDerior nimlilL ,.f ik xi n r!
Disc Senior. "Un,W
Come and See
MARION CREAMERY & i
COMPANY, SALEM, OR.
A few drops of "Clets-lt" knocks
the hin t out of any corn at once and
goon loosens It so it lifts rlslit off
without any fueling. Oh, what com
fort! How grand to walk and dunce
and Jump without a single twinge!
"Uets-It" the never fullinff, guaran
teed money-back corn remover, costs
but a trifle at any drug store. Hold In
Salem and recommended as the
world's best corn remedy by J. C.
Perry, 1). J. Fry, Capitol nrug Store,
Win. Neimeyer, Prunk S. Ward, Cry
stal l)ru Store. Adv
MAKE VOI R PLANS NOW TO ATTEND THIS GREAT
MERCHANDISING EVENT. NEVER BEFORE HAVE
SITU PREPARATIONS BEEN MADE TO GIVE SUCH
VALVKS FOR YOUR MONEY AS WE ARE NOW
This great value
is only one of the
and Bulk Rais
ins Sat u r day
iiiA 1 I
lmW '' yAi . A; '-ft
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A WORLD REBUILT
By the Golden Rule
not by the Rule of Gold
WHAT ARE the most precious elements in American Life ? '
SSera t?cLlTZ fTd wuomenslves; He made them companions. Down
tnrougn the ages His Church has been the champion of women's rights and aspirations.
taSS cWte e'SnTA Wr ?,S ,Was the CarPnter of Nazareth who gave labor
its great charter. You are sons of God," He said. In that sentence Democracy was born.
pSS shlZyrn br?S 'll Cfedit; and credit is charter. All thatmakes
property sale in the world s bound up m the reverence for law that religion breeds.
XmeS fn? iTelST ZrtL Chu's par, inthehugetaskofAmericanizatiofl.
them restsonthefoundationsonheChnSchnth rV u CfPuS and (4) hosP supported by the
nnstian Church. Churches, (5) the religious training of the young, and
Thirty denominations of that Church are r,,n Provide living wage for the Church't
now in a simultaneous campaign 8 ministers.
They are uniting because the task hc-fr , ct, T!le ,aPPeal is to every lover of America, to yoa
must oe no aupncation of effort; no waste .Va r . u 18 a sPrnuaj
' waste task- Faith must be the cornerstone
They have had the courage to survev th ." whlch the "ew foundations are
.task.andtoaskforabudgefkrgeenS Lrue; the asuring rod by
(1) the work abroad, (2) SShSSS hf Mlders
Give when th. tt ',."',
... . '" ro rnoi v .' ' 1
April 25tb to Ma; 2nd
INTE.xCHURCH World Movemetf
Qf Jforth America
Tb puifi'c.oofl of thii idvrt,aK0t i,