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WHAT IS URIC ACID?
THE CAUSE OF BACKACHE,
Ever since the discovery of uric acid
i.i the liloo,! by S,heele, in 1775, ami
tlin bml effect t had uioi tne hodv, i
1 fVlL ..TnLil.. have striven'
to riil the tissues and the blood of
this poison. Ifeeause of its over
abundance in the system it causes
backache, pains here and there, rheu
jiiatism, goat gravel, neuralgia
viatica. It was Dr. Piorce
covered a new agent, called ''An-urie,''
which will throw out and completely
eradicate this uric acid from the sys-
torn. "An-urie" is J7 times more
jiotent than litlna, and consequently
you need no longer fear muscular or
articular rheumatism or gout, or many
other diseases which are dependent on
STAGE IS ALL SET FOR
BIG FOOTBALL GAMES
University of California, Nov. 5.
The stage is all set for the big football
drama on California field tomorrow
when California will meet the unbeaten
eleven representing the University of
Washington. Given scarcely a look in
by the dopesters, the Bears are pinning
their hopes on holding tho northwest
champions down to a Tow score.
While the California eleven spent the
day in trying to get away from every
thing savoring of football in order to
lie in prime spirits for the game tomor
row, Coach Debit) put his men through
a light workout to acquaint them wilh,
tho California field. He was doubtful
as to the effect of the turf on the play
ing of his charges, and held practice
behind closed gates.
California rooters were somewhat dis
mayed today when Dobie gave out the
information that the Washington eleven
will not rely upon straight football but
will use the aerinl attack considerably,
California is exceptionally weak in de
fensive against tho forward pass.
V. of 0. U Confident.
Los Angeles. Cal.. Not. 5. Coach
Bozdek'g footballers from the Univer
sity of Oregon invaded Southern Cali
After thoy had automobiled to the
Hollenbock hotel, the broad shouldered
brigade breezed out to Bovard field and
ran through somo simple signals on the
soil whore they confidently expect to
annihilate the University of Southern
Coach Glssie, in baseball pants, wear
ing one white nock and one scarlet,
thought often of Oregon while giving
his own men a final light workout just
before the invaders took the field. He
pointed to three youths fumbling for
at all times
Complete Stock of Everything in late and classy Furniture. What gives the housewife more satisfaction
than taking care of a white enamel bed room set? We have received a shipment of the very latest in
white enamel bed-room sets, moderately priced with terms for those who wish them. . Next to the bed
room sets come the Mattresses.
A Bed Room is Not Complete Without the Best
Mattress You Can Get -
The Hey wood Mattress is an Oregon Product of the Highest Standard
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We are now prepared
good easy chairs at very
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GRAVEL AND SUDDEN
un accumulation of line acid within
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liulfulo, N. V., for a pamphlet on
An uric." and send 10 cents for
trial packr.go of "An-uric" Tablets.
If you f.'cl that tired, worn-out feel
ing, backache, neuralgia, or if your
sleep disturbed by too rrequent unna-
tinn. go to your ocsr drug siore ami
I" ,ur wucmr nmt.
Doctor Pierce's reputation is back of
tins medicine nnu you Know mai ins
'1'lensn.it Pellets" for the liver andjdy,
ms "Favorite rrcscnption tor tne
ills of women have had a splendid repu
tation for the past fifty years. Adv.
"They never played before," he stat
ed. " My team is all shot to pieces and
tomorrow we go up against that Oregon
Tomorrow will see a thorough, test of
open ii gainst closed foot hull. Outweigh
ed 10 pounds to the man, the unde
feated U. H. C. team will go against
a team probably ablo to win by sheer
It will be a passing game so far as
U. S. C. is concerned and several men
will hnndlo the pigskin in every play.
U. S. C. hardly hopes to win. The local
school, however, wants to keep it from
being a massacre, and if U. S. C. wins,
it will be becnuse (Jlaze'a men are far
and away better than they themselves
or anybody else gives them credit for.
May Step Baseball .War.
New York, Nov. 5. Peace between
organi.ed baseball and the Federal
league is so close that tho gentle rustle
of its wings can be heard, if the change
in the attitude of major league mag
nates has been interpreted correctly.
The feeling that the constant wrang
ling between the organized baseball and
the "outlaws" should be done away
with and a lasting peace pact signed is
believed to be coming general among
the mngnates of the National league.
Humors of pence have been constant,
but this is the first time that any of
the organized baseball magnates have
confessed that peace would be sweet.
The Federals have been willing to make
overtures right along. President Oil
more declared today that an agreement
is very much to be desired, for the
welfare of baseball generally.
There is a growing belief in baseball
circles thlit the fans may bo presented
with a Christmas gift in tho shape of a
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
to rent you card tables
moderate terms. Ask us
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1915.
Two Executed la
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nuin of the California industrial acci
dent cominissio.i. A. J. Wallace, form-
r lieutenant governor, Ivlward W,
"Pklns: c0""ty .TTIV
.s lumii.v, nr. nurum mine, c.
Franklin K. Baker, and hundreds of
school children failed to save I.ouis
Hundy, the youth hanged at San Quen
tin prison today for the murder of
Harold Ziesche, a IS year old messen
ger boy in l.os Angeles.
A brother of Hopkins married Bua-
my s sister, bo nopKins iook. a lending
part iu the effort to save the boy from
the hangman's noose. The sister also
nmue u uesperuie uiu-iopi, 10 nuve iui
His mother died henrtbroken soon af
ter the murder.
Hundy was IS years old when the
murder was committed, liis age was
the basis of a groat number of pleas
The state advisory board of pardons,
however, decided in this case is in the
case of Karl l.oomis "that age alone
in caws where the crime is so atrocious
us aot sufficient to .lustily a commuta
tion of setnence. "
Bundy, a high school student and
athlete, mudored tho Ziesche boy In
December lit, 1913 to get money with
which to buy a Christmas present for
a girl. An axe handle and rock were
used bv Bundy iu committing the mur
der. Bundy telephoned to a drug store
ordering a bottle of magnesia and di
rected that the boy who brought it
should bring change for a $20 gold
piece. Bundy gave nn address wiiich
proved to be n vacant house.
After telephoning, he walked toward
the drug store and saw the boy, Ziesche
leave, Ziesche riding a bicycle caught
up with Bundy with whom he was ac
quainted. They went along together
until they reached tiic address given
by Biuiily. Then the messenger boy
laid down his bike and was about to
proceed toward the house when Bundy,
drawing a sawed off axe handle from
under his emit, struck the boy over
the head. Ziesche yelled and Bundy
struck him again. Then taking the boy
in his arms he threw 111 lit. into a gully.
the boy continued to ninmii and Bun
peace agreement between the Federals
and 0. 15.
Portland Selects Team.
Portland. Ore., Nov. 6. Followina
last night's practice the longest and
hardest of the season on tho elub field
under are lights, Captain "Red" Ru
pert selected today the players who will
make tho trip to San Francisco to play
the Olympic club of San Francisco for
the Pacific const championship Novem
ber 14. The players, who will leave
here Sunday, are Ed Duffy, Alec Don
aldson and Leonard JStriebig, ends;
Patsy O'Rourke, J. 0. Conville, George
Philbrook, tucklcs; Joe Hurler and
George Watson, guards; M. 1). Wells,
center; Clayton Hhurp, quarterback;
Grover Francis,, Wallace DeWitt, John
ny Parsons, halfbacks, and Oswald Day.
' You can heat your
home with a heater
I as comfortably as any
other method and
much cheaper than
some other M ays. We
carry the "Umpire
"Sunset" and others
all good makes.
Heaters that will
burn either coal or
wood. The kind that
can be regulated.
fPIMPLY ? WELL DON'T BE!
People Notice It Drive Them
Off With Dr. Edwards'
A pimply face will not embarrass you
mucli loiiKer If you get a packime of Dr.
Kdwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should
benln to cleur after you liuve taken the
tablets a few nights.
Cleanse tho blood, the bowels and the
liver with Olive Tablets.
Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets are the suc
cessful substitute for calofel there's
never any sickness or pain alter taking
Dr.' Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
which calomel does, and Just as effective
ly, but . their action is gentle and sate In
stead of severe and Irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets Is ever
cursed with "a dark brown taste," a bad
breath, a dull, listless,-"no good" feeling,
constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition
or pimply face,
Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets are a purely
vegetable compound mixed with olive oil;
you will know them by their olive color.
Dr. liMwards spent years among pa
tients afflicted with liver and bowel com-
fiktlnts.and Olive Tablets are the Immense
y effective result.
Take one or two nightly for a week.
See how much better you feel and look.
10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O.
dy, seizing a rock crushed his skull.
Dundy then took the $-0 change.
"1. killed him because he knew me
and would have squealed oo me," Bun
dy stated in his confession.
"HOW DOES JESUS SAVE."
This vital question will be discussed
by Rev. Tischer, nt the Unitarian
church, Sunday morning. Tho world
has known a liumbor of religions, which
have each evolved great literatures and
many and varied forms, systems and
methods of oalvntion. The religion of
Jesus (essential Christianity) stands
out prominently for its natural reason
silliness and simplicity, Institutional
ized Christianity has made vicarious
substitution and magical intercession
the basis of salvation. Was this the
method of Jesus? Henco the question:
"How does Jesus save?" "Military
Proparednesu," is tho subject for the
Kelso, Wash., Nov. 5 Despondent because-of
many months illness, K. W.
Jenkins, aged 05, a prominent contract
or, shot and killed himself with a rifle
Use Zemo for Eczema
Never mind how often you have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
eczema quickly by applying a little zemo
furnished by any druggist for SKic Extra
hirsa hot He. $1.00. llealinir beicins the
moment zemo is applied. In a short time
nsimllv everv trace of ninuiles. black
heads, rash, eczema, tetter and Bimilar
fikin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making it
vigorously healthy, zemo is an exceptional
remedy. It is not greasy, sticky or
wtiterv n nd It does not slain. When
others full it Is the one dependable treat
me u I for all skin troubles.
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Biff Bali Teams Chosen
For Coming Series
The biff ball teams for the coming
series were chosen nt the Y. M. C. A.
this afternoon. Rev James Klvin and
Dr. Floyd Utter are tho euptuins.
The following is the lineup:
Bev. Elvin, ' Captain,
Hoffncll, lieutenant, Bishop, Allen,
Collins, Doefler. Hinges, Walls, Comp
ton, Hunt, Frickey, Price Staley en
cer, Kvans, Elgin, Dr. Findley, Walter
Smith, Albert, Unruh, Alden Simeral,
Hixon. Lee, Niles, Rice, Harris, Harbi-
pen, L. C. Smith, Spears, Reinhart, Ben
son, ureen, uuouis.
m. t. Jj. utter, uaptain
Geo. J. Watsoa, lieutenant, Gabriel-
son, Blpde, Farrar, Marr, iiartwen, Al
len, Abrams, Young, Richardson,
Schramm, Knowland, Asseln, Compton,
Hamilton, Wallare, Pugh, Dan. Fry Jr.,
Cross, Dr. Hnle, Simeral, C. C., Wins-
low, Mclntyre, Kubin, Walton, Myers,
Reynolds, Tnnitle, Wincan, Keynouis,
Jenks, Wilder, Hatch.
The Stock Market
(Copyright 1915 by the New York
New York. Nov. 5. The active specu
lation in large number of stocks today
showed that the interest in the market
is as keen as at any time since the up
ward movement Btarted. But a down
ward movement, with a number of is
sues falling from one to three points
from the closing yesterday, showed
that sentiment was not so tnorongniy
in favor of a rise as recently. Not only
were stocks, but railway shares and
miscellaneous specialties were offered
on a scale which more than matched the
demand; after the first hour declines
ruled the general list.
Selling came from various sources.
Some was attributed to London and the
continent but more to profit taking
from speculators whose operations show
large profits and still more to proies
sional selling for short account
New York, Nov. 5. President Wil
son 's automobile today ran down eight-yenr-old
Mario Passi near the Pennsyl
vania station as he was heading for his
train to Washington. Miraculously, tho
child was unhurt. The president ex
nressed deen concern and sent a detec
tive to learn the extent of her injuries
before he boarded the train.
WOMAN'S RETENTIVE MEMORY.
Hnnttln Wah.. Nov. 5. Fronk Clar
berg, divorced husband of Mary Cath
erine Clarberg was lodged in the conn
iv in 11 hern tniluv bv virtue of a benen
wm'-rnut. issued nine years ago by form
er Superior Judge John B. Yakey, tor
contempt of court.
At the time Mrs. Clarberg divorced
him. the husband was ordered to pay
$15 monthly alimony. He did not pa?-'
"Knmn women never forget," was
Yale vs. Brown, at
Pitt vs. W. end J., at Pitts
Army vs. Notre Dame, at
v Navy vs. Buckncll, at An
napolis. Dartmouth vs. Pennsylvania,
Colgate vs. Clarkson, at Ham
ilton. Maine vs. Bowdoin, at Bruns
wick. 1 & M. vs. Haverford, at
Holy Cross vs. Carlisle, at
Johns Hopkins vs. Gettys
burg, at Bnlto.
Lafayette vs. Swarthmore, nt
Sjiringfiold vs. Amherst, at
Syracuse vs. Mt, L'nion, at
Trinity vs. Tufts, at Hart
ford. Vermont vs. New Hampshire,
Michigan vs. Cornell, at Aim
Ohio State vs. Indiana, at
Purduo vs. Iowa at Lafayette.
Michigan Aggies, vs. Mar
quette, at E. L.
Chicago vs. Haskell, at Chi
cago. Nebraska vs. Nebraska Wes.,
Northwestern vs. Missouri,
Butler vs. Dernuw, at In
dianapolis. Franklin vs. Eaillinni, at
North Pnkota Aggies vs. N.
D. U., nt Pnrgo.
Oberlin vs. Western Reserve
Akron vs. Ohio Northern nt
Denver vs. Colorado Miners,
Knnsas vs. Washburn, at Law
rence. Oregon vs. Washington, at
Wabash vs. N. W, College,
GOTHIC THE NEW
a for 25c COLLAR
IT FITS THE CRAVAT
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DRINK MORE ITER
Eat Less Meat and Take Salts
For Backache or Bladder
Uric acid in meat excitos the kidneys,
they become overworked; get sluggish,
ache, and feel like lumps of lend. The
urine becomes cloudy; the bladder is ir
ritated, and you may be obliged to
seek relief two or three times during
the night. When the kidneys clog you
must help them flush off the body's
urinous waste or you'll be a real sick
person shortly. At first you feel a
dull misery in the kidney region, you
suffer from backache, sick headache,
diziness, stomach gets sour, tongue
coated and you feel rheumatic twinges
when the weather is bad.
Eat less meat, drink lots of water;
also get from any pharmacist four
ounces of Jad Baits; take a tablespoon-
fill in n glass of water before break
fast for a few days and your kidneys
will then act fine. This famous salts
is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithin, and
has been used for generations to clean
clogged kidneys and stimulate them to
normal activity, also to neutralize the
acids in urine, so it no longer is a source
of irritation, thus ending bladdor
Jad Halts is inexpensive, cannot in
jure; mnkes a delightful effervescent
lithia-wnter drink which everyone
should take now and then to keop the
kidneys clean and active. Druggists
here say they sell lota of Jad Salts to
folks who believe in overcoming kiu
ney trouble while it is only trouble.
In San Francisco
Sun Francisco, Nov. 5. Two men
nnd two women were arrested today bv
secret service oDcrntives aud city de
tectives in a raid upon a counterfeiting
They are: Mrs. Jenn Bennett, alias
Auna Alleu Bennett, Clarence W. .tar
lane, alias Louis Jester; Claude Law
less and Mrs. Alice Snmmis.
Mrs. Summis is the mother of Mrs.
A number nf crnod molds were tnken
from the house. They were exclusively
for butfnlo nickels.
F.vnei'tincr ft fii?ht. Chief Moffit. op
amtivA Tunrlnr Cnntniuto. Detective Man-
nioti, Detective Kalmbach and others
stormed the house early today. They
found Lawless nnd Mrs. Hnmrnis thoro.
The, detectives wnited and later ar-
r.uiteit the other two.
They are known, detectives say, to
have been memDers or tne x. w. w
Rftimi nf Terror In
Island of Tahiti
San Francisco, Nov 5. A virtual
reign of terror has gripped the Island
of Tahiti, and especially me cuy or
the Papeete, one of the French posses
sions In the South Pacific waters. The
city is under martial law following the
discovery of an alleged attempt on the
part of Gormans to destroy it. Three
j big incendiary fires within the past
few weeks nns resulted in orasuc ac-
This was the information brought
!,.. I... nln;n Q T Wnril nf Tuliitl
who arrived on the liner Mnitai.
Trouble started when the French
government ordered several . German
business houses closed.
Mvsterious fires followed. Members
of the crew of tho German ship Wal
kure were seized, with other Germans
and made prisoners upon a coral island
near Rapeete. Dozens of spy suspects
havo been arrested in Rapeete.
TO INVESTIGATE SMUGGLING.
San Francisco, Nov. 5. Commission
er General of Immigration Anthony
Cnmi-.ietti, Commissioner Edward Whito
and United States District Attorney
Preston conferred today over the pro
osed smuggling scandal probe when
Chinese stowaways were found on the
liner Mongolia lr.rt week.
While the commissioner general de
nied he was here to investigate scan-
jdnl which is said to involve customs
and immigration men nnd possibly ships
i officers, it is Kcncrclly believed that it
: had much to do with his visit to the
It is not expected that any ucfinito
statement of action will he made until
Into today by the federnl officials.
ANOTHER KID BANDIT.
Vancouver, Wash., Nov. 5. Confess
ing that he participated with his
brother Claude, in the attempted hold
up of W. A. Hall, n merchant nt Brush
Prairie, during wiiich the latter was
shot in the thigh. Fred Thompson, ngod
Id I. . 1 ... I t
i i iiinii-r Hi-iiit-inu lutiuv io irom
2ii to 7 years in the Monroe reforma
tory. Fred declared that his brother
Murray Wade, whose TeraatUe pen
cil has sketched more Oregon people
than any other cartoonist, is in the
crty and win catch the genial phizes
of some of the visiting editors.
SERVE AN APPETIZING
for dinner and the meal will be
a success. To make sure of the
appetizing part order the roast
at this market. We handle
choice meats only, so you can
not make a mistake. Tender
ness, flavor and juiciness are
assured. Why not enjoy the
choicest when it costs ao morel
157 S. Com'l St Phone 729
HE MARKED THE TRAIL.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 5. W. Warwick
of St. Paul, who has; marked fae old
Yollowstono trail from Plymouth Rock
to within fifteen miles of Seattlo, hn
been stalled in his cross-eontinent trip
at Redmond, near here, by the illness
of his wife and daughter who aecom-
fianied him in an automobila The Yel
ow8tono Trail association has refused!
to honor hia demands for pay he says,
and, broko, ho is being; holped by th
Seattle chamber of commerce.
EARLE MARRIED AGAIN.
New York, Nov. 5. The nows spread
today that ' affinity" Ferdinand Pin
ney Earle is married again. His bride
(number 4) was Miss Charlotte Hor
ninn. Number 3. i.eo Dora Sidsworth.
got a divorce soveral months ago.
APPLE KILLED CHILD.
Baker, Or., Nov. 5. A piece of apple
s responsible for the death, of Albert
Saunders, aged 3. The fragment
lodged in the child's throat, causing
septic pneumonia to develop.
Don't forget the
Extra Specials for
Five 10c cans of
Milk for 21c
With $1 orders for
Damon & Son
855 N. Commercial St
Let 'er Rain!
, If you've a man's
work to do, wear
Tower's Fish Brand
The coat that keeps
out all the rain. Re
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drop from running
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Protector Hat, 75 cents
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