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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, DEC. 10, 1915.
Do something for
it, before it gets
worse. Don't let
it become chronic
The longer that it
hangs on, the hard
er it is to shake
off. This trouble
will not right it
self. It should be
corrected; it may
develop more ser
ious results if . it
isn't attended to.
You can get rid of
quickly and easily
by promptly taking
a reliable family
remedy for the
stomach, liver, bile
and blood. They
are a helpful com
bination of medici
nal herbs which
start the gastric
juices, help the
process of assimi
lation, and carry
off the impurities
that clog the sys
tem and threaten
to create disease.
Whenever you are
troubled with indi
headache. or con
stipation you can
always depend on
Beecham's Pills to
GIFTS POUEINO IN.
Washington, Doc. 9. Though Prosl
dent W'ison let it be known he does not
want any snver plate or such like
wherewith to set up housekeeping after
his weddin? to Mrs. Normau Gait, gifts
are beeinning to pour In upon hit fi
ancee. On of the first Is a bracelet of
jam Brazilian jewels brought here by a
delegate to the American
At All DruggUU, 10c ZScjjjJ'
womn with fff
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Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915
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MtO UI NI Off.
Four Jumps to Salonica,
Second Lands on a Bedbug
By William O. Shepherd.
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Naples, Oct. i!5. (By mail.) Vou
get your first news from the Balkan
front here in Naples, second atop in the
lour jumps rroiu runs to aiuiuua.
It isn't news of soldiers or cannon;
it's fur more important to you than
that, and it comes from five American
Ked Cross nien . who nave been in
Servia and wait now in Naples for a i
boat to take them back to the Unitcirj
"Bed bug powdfr is .what vou fel
lows need," they say. "Bed bugs and
lice are more deadly than bullets. Ami
mosquitoes why, there are mosquitoes
in Herviu whose bite is certain death.'
"Well, what's the answer"
" t 'arry. mosquito nets."'
"We don't need ours ony more be
cause we're going home, thank od,"
mid one doctor. "Want to buy them "
We make a dicker for threo dollars
anil a half per net and buy three of
them. Also we increase our haggnge
with four pounds of insect powder.
J.here are live hours left in Annies
for sightseeing and we choose the sunk
en city of Pompeii. When old Vesuvi
oiut belched out fire 7S years after
Christ, it nearly emptied the city, but
tins war, nineteen hundred and litteeu
years after Christ has clone just as
thorough a job. Steven human beings
ouldn t gut nwnv trom Pompon when
the volcano broke out and you can still
see their bones lying us the volcano
shock left them.
This new volcano of war has also
found seven persons who were unable
to bent it. They are guides; sad
creatures who were too old to be called
to the Italian colors but, unlike the
seven bony persons, they see you first.
Tiiev'rush nt you. They fight over
STATE NEWS :
Oregon City Enterprise: The Haw-
ley Pulp & Paper company is plunning
to extend its operations in Oregon City.
At a meeting of the council Wednes
day night M. D. I.ntourette, secretary
of the board of water commissioners,
presented u proposal from the pnper
company asking for a 00-day option on
the property on the cast side of Main
street between Second and Third
streets, upon which the inter plant ii
located. The Hawley company offers to I
pay ine eny ior mis piuper,
iu me uvnii mo rnun nnwii - ,
exercised. The company anuouiiceithnt
if its pliins are carried out, that it will
enlarge its mill and employ 2(10 addi
Med ford Mail: Hcarcity of feed be
cause of two seasons of drouth in this
valley made it necessary to soil the ma
jor portion of the flocks on the Gram
pian hills herenliouts. - me nogs weiu
with the lot. It is paid by those who
ought to know that there are fewer cat
tle and hogs in and about Hogue River :
valley this fall than for several years.
That means that there will lie tewer in.timu,(( to Teat advertisements and got
thiB valley for next year's market than
for a long time. Sales of ufock this
your in this vnllev huve amounted to
moie than $200,000. What will the
farmers do to make up the promised de
ficit next yenrt
That Oregon is near the top of the,..
list in the spending of money for edu- -
cutional purposes is shown by the rec-
ord as compiled by the government.
California lends with 0..KI per capita.
Then comes l:tnh and Norlh Dakota
followed by Oregon, with H.34 per cap
ita, the fourth state ui the union, mo
states that follow are Montana. Wash
ington, New Jersey, Colorado, Nebras
ka, Minnesota, Nevada, lown, New
York, etc. Mississippi is nt the bottom
wilh $1.52 per capita.
Rogue River Courier: The deed
transferring the municipal railroad "i mv' gift list,
the California & Oregon Coast company, of onlrM, j,y wujtj,, till the Insl
the Twohy Brothers' corporation, was)(lnv j ipll,ej , mlike nie )l00r ),
filed for record today. As the deed " j doiivory horses full down and 'skin thei
based upon certain conditions bnnR i,,1P(.H nna I hail kept from
met in the way of future railroad con-i,i,:. ,,,.. ,i uttlo miupiim lun
struction, with definite time limits tor 0t in tn(1 ,inrk and rain, but I hnd had
the meeting of the condition, no money i jU8(. nveii,,Bt Christinas Spirit to
consideration being involved, it was not yvur$ everybody, and I am so anxious to
necessary to put revenue stamps on the f(M, that' same beautiful way again,
Acei. jtiuit I have fully made up my mind to
r . , ,, x wait till the last minute.
Oregon Tide: The hull of the Santn m
Clara is still visible, according to re- Only One "BROMO QUTNTNE"
ports of those who have returned from ' ,ie . cal for fll n
a trip to the beach recently. The ribs j jX ATI VE BHOMO QUININE. Look
of the vessel are still protruding above ;f . tllre o( K wGrove. Cures a
the sand, as well as the boilers showing (, H Q Day. 23c.
in the stern of the bull. What .remains j .m
of tho hull is being slowly covered with 6ET AFTER TUB DOCTOR,
SHE PLEADS NOT GUILTY
tr -ki ' nounced today Dr. Tlaiselden will be
Ssn Francisco, Dee, 9. Mrs, Mary pi((,(1 t0 al)ppr before the board to
Pamdis today pleaded not guilty to the;1inw PHlll)e wt,v i,j license should not
charge of murdering Michael Weinstein ,e revoked as a result of his action in
in a lodging bouse October 21 . when i intina Babv Bollinger sub-normal
she appeared before Superior Jul(r"
Dunne. Her ease was continued unti
One hundred and fifty thousand per
sons used to visit Pompeii every sum
mer before the war volcano struck it,
but you are the first tourists these
guides have seen for a week and so
tbey tell you the first reih American
tourists that (have appeared in the
last two months.
All of the great sunken streets; the
miles and miles or ancient avenues and
boulevards and the hundreds of nouses,
shops and cafeB which have been exca
vated Irom the ashes or the ncarDy vol
cano, are deserted. J He roottaus ot
the tourist no longer clatter over the
ancient pavements; the "oh.s" and the
"ahs" of wonder are heard no more.
Pompeii has been deserted a second
time. All the loving care, which sci
entists have expended during tho last
hundred years in bringing the ancient
city to light, seems to have oeen wast
ed. The world isn't "restoring ruins of
ancient cities these days. It's making
ruins of new ones.
As we leave tho sunken 'city, MeCut
cheon of Chicago, who Is an artist and
therefore unbusinesslike, pays , the
guide double his fee.
Jimmy Hiiro kicks.
"Poor devils," says llef'iiteheon,
"they won't see any tourists hore for
the next twenty-five years."
"Why do you sny twenty-five
years " asks Hare.
"Because nlL the tourists will go to
see tho ruins of Kheiina and Louvnin,"
Hare withdraws his kick and we go
back to maples to pack out mosquito
netting and our bed bug powder for
the third .lump in our dash from Paris
to the Hainan front.
The third jump by train will take
us to Messina.
How To Get the t
. ru t
By ZUa McMuun.
The merchants needn't tell me to
shop early. I know them. You bet I
do. Whut they mean is to shop early
and often and buy a whole lot, and we
do generally. After I had. read their
slogan, "Shop Kurly," and some press
agent stuff about "tired girls behind
the counters," I took my Christmas
tnmtrir nii.l nlimititil enrK- fincn. mill
tlliH js wlttt happened: I did not see
ulv.tlillK ,,, ,, uscfu things as
y,.00ea stockings, fine tooth combs and
cniis of beans, so I bought those and
wrapped them up in tissue pnper, and
stuck anti-tubercular Sunta Onuses up
on them and sat back satisfied for
awhile. But opening the packages every
day or two, for it Incited three weeks
till Christmas, I got rather tired of
them, nnd decided they wouldn't do. Ho
I took the money I bud laid away to
buy a Mub for the calf and went down
town again and bought some tin whis
tles and limbcrger cheese and feather
beds nnd vvrapped those up in tissue
.,.,,. nnj 'tu(.k n,istlctoe on them and
wn3 Htisfiecl for awhile. But I con-
to feeling Christinussver and Christ
massyer until it lacked 24 hours of the
important ev out, and I went again. Of
course that time I had to take the mon
ey I had saved up to buy me a shirt,
but when you get properly inoculated
with tlin 1'i.nl I'liriNtmiiM Htiirit. vnn do
t (.Brp fnP Hi,;rtH or nnvtliiilg, but
mlli(jn(, ,l0,,lp hnppv. I bought oceans
of t,jK8 for Hm()St nothing, that is il
seemed like nothing at the time. It
wns all such n jolly grub at the stores
that X forgot who I was buying for or
what I had already, or how much I had
left, or anything. Afterward I hnd a
fnint recollection that there was a good
deal of tinsel and isinglass and cotton
about them, and when I'd sobered up n
little everybody does after Christina
I realized that what I had bought n'
the last wns about right for a Ilotten-
l.,t lint tlmrn unl'oii '1 nnv nf tlinnn nn
Springfied, 111., Deo. ft. Secretary
Drake, of the state health board, an-
t-hild. die without snrgionl aid. This
will probablv be at the January meet
ing in Chicago.
MEXICO HAS AMBASSADOR
Washington Dec. 1). Kliseo Arrendo.
previously head of the (nrrauzista
iuntn here, has been appointed Mexican
ambassador to the United Htntos, the
state department announced today.
Paris. Probably the world's
family WHr record is held by
Bernard Gtiiohard, laborer of
Soane et Loire Department,
whose 17 sons are fighting ami
whose IHth will be, shortly.
-Three cignrs, pro-
te the Captain of the
Whit Ktnr liner Teutonic by
King Edward, the Duke of Ed
inburgh nnd the Raiser, sold
for Alio for tho Bed Cross at
At periods in most'childrens' Uvea
theyfail to relish their meals and refuse
to eat even the, delicacieTprepared to
tempt their appetiteS ' They lack am
bition, and grojth'jjeems impeded,
which causnxiety and worry.
T com'pelthem.to eat is a grave
mistake, becausenutrition is impaired.
Healthful exercise tn fresh air and sun
shine is important, but equally import
ant is a spoonful of Scott's Emulsion
three times a day to feed the tissues
and furnish food -energy to improve
their blood, aid nutrition and sharpen
The highly concentrated medicinal
food in Scott's Emulsion supplies the
very elements children need to build tip
their strength. They relish Scott's it ia
free from alcohol y.
8eoU ft Bowne.BuxHnfleld.N.!.' jat 15-M
KEWARD 18 OFFERED FOR
ARREST OF BARTHOLOMEW
I September, mule 21, .female 17 total
Portland, Ore., Dec. 10. Reward of'H.
$500 fur the arrest and conviction of The sumo report gives the marriages
Ooorffe Bartholomew ns the murderer nf
John I.inud was offered in circulars
mailed broadcast today. I.inud 'g dis
membered body was found iu n trunk iu
the Willamette river a month ago.
A MERCILESS JUDGE
One Who Shows No Favor.
A. merciless judge is Father Time,
Before hint the weak and the wanting
go to the wall.' Only the truth can
stand. For years the following state
ment from a Salem resident has with
stood this sternest of nil tests.
A. J. Vood,733 North Front street,
"Salem, says: "Kidney complaint got so
bad in my case that I knew l would
have to check it or suffer more serious
results. Just after getting up in the
morning, the complaint was worse. I
had heard of Doan's Kidney Pills doing
good work in similar cases. I began
using them. Tn a short time I was free
from kidney complaint. 1 have never
had a sign of kidney complaint since."
A Permanent Cure.
More than six years later, Mr. Wood
said: "I have never had a return symp
tom of kidney complaint Bince Donn'B
Kidney Pills cured me. I willingly con
firm my former endorsement of this
Price 50 cents, at all dealers. Don 't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney PillR--the same that
Mr Wood has twice publicly recom
mended. Fostor-Milburn Co., Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
NOW VILLISTAS ARE WHIPPED
Douglas, Ariz., Dec. 10. Confirma
tion of the report that the Villistas un
der Rodriguez had been defeated nnd
scattered by the Cairanzistas wns
awaited hero today. Although yester
day afternoon Rodriguez was winning
the battle, the Carranza commander
Klins 'alios reported Inst night tlf.it
his soldiers had routed the rebels, cap
turing 100. .
DONT SUFFER LAUGH
AT STOMACH MISERY
Daniel J. Fry Will Return the Money
If Ml-o-na Does Not Relieve
Among all the remedies in Daniol J.
Fry's popular drug store, there are few
that he is willing to sell on a guarantee
to refund the money if they do not
Mi-o-na, the famous dyspepsia remedy
tina helncil so nuiliv of his customers
that Daniel J. Fry says, "If thisj
remedy does not relievo you, come back!
to my store and l mil cucenuiiy re
turn your money."
Anyone who has dyspepsia, indiges
tion, hoadnc.hes, dizzy feelings or liver
troubles, should tako advantage of this
chance to be made well without any
risk of spending their monoy to no pur
pose. Mi-o-na will rcliove you, will
Tegulnte the digestion, will enable you
to eat what you want. If it docs not
do nil this it will not cost you a cent.
Daniol J. Fry has sold hundreds of
boxes of Mi-o-na in tho last few weeks
and has yet to receive the first com
plaint from any customer. Such a
record is simply marvelous and Bpenks
volumes for the merit of the remedy.
It is easy enough to fill a column
with the symptoms afflicting those who
have dyspepsia, but there is no need
of describing their condition. What
they want is relief and they can got
it in Mi-o-na. Do not suffer a day
longer with disordered digestion. If
Mi-o-na relieves you it costs yon 80
cents a box, if it does sot, you have
Daniel J. Fry's personal guarantee to
return your money.
A WELL STUFFED PILLOW '
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 10. A lodg
ing house pillow stuffed with silver
and bills led todny to the arrest of
three nut of four youthful bandits who
yesterday hold up tho Western Hlute
bnnk, for the landlady told the police
of her find. The fourth bandit, with
most of the :,0(I0 loot escaped.
HAVE COLOR IN YOUR CHEEKS
Be Better Looking Take
Tr vaiip skin la vcllow romolnxlon
fiallld lonsTUo coated appetite poor
you have a had In hi a in your mouth a
lpr.y, no-nood loclln you should take
Olive Tabid -1
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a Sub.
mltute for calomel were preen red iy
7 wnn bis patient
Dr. Edwards' Ollvs Tablets are a pur,
ly vegetable compound mind Willi olive
oil. .Vou will know them, by their olive
If yon wsnt a. rlear, jt'nk skin, brltrlit
vp, no pimples, a feclhiar of buoyancy
like cUilduvod days, you uiuH get at the
cuuse. an -
Pr, SdworiW Ollva TsMla net nn Hie)
liver nnd bowels Ilka calomel yet have no
tlaiiReroua aiUr efloeta, -
iJTIiey start the bllo ana" overcome eon
aillimllnn. That's whv mlUioriN nt tmxcai
T I aro sold nnntulljr at 10g and 2Sc per box.
I AH ttruiritlswi ..
i Tk one or twif nightly hnd note the
)c pleasing results,
ivThfl Ullvfl Tablet Company, Culumbus.v
Tells of Goiter. Cancer. SmaD
wvaiva, vwvvi, vu.hu
fl Vff I If '
rox, measies, marriage
and Other Troubles
According to tho quarterly bulletin
of the Oregon state board of health,
just issued for the quarter ending Sep
tember 'M, the births in Marion county
were as follows:
July, male 3D, female 23, total !:i.
August, mule 20, female 22, total 42.
September, male 29, female 24, total
Tho deaths for the three mouths in
Marion county were us follows:
duly, mule 17, female 1 1, total 2S.
August, mule 2!, female 20, total 4H.
" -Marion county lor the three moul.is
Very few cases of typhoid fever
were registered during the threo
mouths. Dining July, tour cases were
recorded with no deaths, August hnd
six cases ith one death, and Septem
ber showed no cases reported.
The only cases of meusles reported
luring the three months were in Aug
ust, when 12 cases are of record, wit:i
no deaths. Ope case of small pox was
reported in Marion county in July, one
case in August und none -in September.
in the entire state, September was
the most popular month for marriages
as 39(1 arc reported for that mouth,
33(1 for August and 341 for July.
In u discussion of goiter, the report
states that while it is possibly true
that the specific' cause may be carried
in water, yet it is by no nieuns proven,
as goiter is found in many flat oun
tries where there is littlo or no snow
falling and where glaciers are unheard
of. The report states there is doubt as
to the cause of goiter, although for
years it has been supposed to be due
to water trom the mountains, especial
ly as in Switzerland, many cases are
Another theory to be exploded, says
the report, is that cancer is caused by
(he caffeine in coffee. While it is true
that the taking into the stomach of
very, very hot coffee may irritate the
lining cells of the stomach, that the
caffeine therotrom is the cause ot cna
cor has not boon proven.
Through its children's bureau, the
United States department of labor will
celebrate " liah.v week,-' .March 4 to
17. Regarding this "Baby Week" the
report, as issued by the Oregon Btute
board 01 health, has the following:
"This is not to be a baby show
where babies are brought to some cold
store room to be stripped naked and
viewed by a committee consisting of
old maids and childless divorcees, bu
a sane sensible effort will lie made to
instruct the whole people ns to the pos
sibilities of proper child hygiene.",
TO INVITE MRS. YOUNG
Portland, Ore., Deo. 10. The grade
teachers' association of the Portland
public schools will invite Mrs. Kiln
I'lngg Young, former superintendent of
schools at Chicago, to visit Portland ns
their guest and deliver nn address to
Clears Away Pimples
There is one remedy that seldom fails
to clear away all pimples, blaclt beads
and skin eruptions and that niukcs the
skin soft, clear nnd healthy.
Any driiKKist can supply you with zomo,
which generally overcomes nil sklu dis
eases. Acne, eczema, itch, pimples,
rashes, black heads in most cases give
way to zenio. Frequently, minor bli-ni-Hies
disappear overnight. Itching usu
ally stops instnnlly. onto Is safe, clean,
easy to uso and dependable. It costs only
25c; nn or.tni laiRc bottle, JjiLlKl. It
will not. stain, is not greasy or sticky nnd
Is positively sate ior tender, seuuiuvc
Many Dollars Worth of Farm
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WESTERN FARMER P0RToNsDeoK.NE
Most Eminent Medical Authorities Endorse It.
A New Remedy for Kidney, Bladder and All Uric Acid Troubles.
Dr. Kberlo and Dr. Braithwaite as
well as Dr. Himou all distinguished
Authors agree that whatever may bo
the disease, the urine seldom fails in
fvrni8liing ,,",yvi1tu.a ?1ub th i""-
,es U1)0n wlncll u .a tu be trcBt .
a,.l ..,.. .1 .
and accurate knowledge concerning the
uniure oi uisease can thus be obtained.
If backache, scalding urine or frequent
urination bother or distress you, or if
uric acid in the blood has caused rheu
matism, gout or sciatica or you Buspcet
kidney or bladder trouble just write Dr.
Pierce at tho Surgical Institute, Buf
falo, N. Y.; Bend a sample of urine and
describe symptoms. You will receive
free medical advice after Dr. Pierce's
chemist has examined the .urine this
will be carefully done without charge,
and you will be under no obligation.
When you're In Portland visit the fine big plant of
the Pacific Coast Biscuit Company. See them make
thousands of delicious0.T.,TT
, the , OTde. of SNOWELAKE SODAS
your dealer the
NEW FAMILY PACKAGE
Fresh, crisp delicious Snowflake
Sodas, packed in a sanitary and
useful tin box. Only SO cents.
Every dealer hu them or can get
them quickly fresh irom our ovens
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT COfc
(Capital Journal Kpecinl Service.)
Fiuitliind, Ore., Dec. 1). M. 11. Stiin
difer is doing some grubbing with a
P J. Kggles is doing some, tiling.
Thursduy evening your correspondent
attended- the aiiti-Nuiiduy law mass
meeting at Ye Liberty theatre. The
building was filled to crowding by un
audience which gave strict attention to
the speakers, Prof. C. H. I.ongacre of
Washington, D. C, editor of "Liber
ty," a monthly publication, and W. H.
Heady of Man Diego, Cal. Doth speak
ers scored good points and wero fre
Judging from the temper of those as
sembled the speakers hail their sym
pathy. I cannot here for want of space
give even n synopsis of the arguments
used by these clever and wide awake
speakers. They should be heard to be
appreciated. In a comprehensive way I
may say tho argument was, runduy
laws, are, always have been, and ever
will be iu the nature of religious legis
lation, which has been relegated to a
pust .c' as contrary .to tho Bpirit
and genius of our republican form of
government. Also such legislation has
resulted in religious intolerance und
persecution being a logical outcome of
Nalurdiiy night the pie supper at the
school house drew a big crowd of pie'
eaters. Some specimens of the culinary
invention sold for well up to two dol
lars each. A two dollar supper consist
ing of an individual pie might not fill
a long left want but It might a hollow
stomach. Fruitlund pics are good first
class I tell you; never cause night
marc nor kill nn Indian.
V. F. Kuplingcr did the selling, and
what Kap don't know about nellingi
pies is not worth speuking of. He being I
u bachelor probably concocts his nun
pies, mill if so knows the value of pep-1
At the school house a new flag will I
be soon unfurled to the breeze. The dis
trict not long ago bought some supplies
of a Portland linn. The same I think
could have bcoa bought in Kulem for
the same money, maybe for less. Hut
there wus the glib-tongued agent and
the charm of buying tilings uwuy from
Wednesday evening a "Dime lie
citttl" was given nt the school house.
Prof. Himmons "entertained," an ox
school teacher, gave several numbers
which were highly appreciated, The
night being rainy and very dark I lie at
THE FARMER'S FRIEND
Dr. Pierce during many years of expert
mentation has discovered a new remedy
which is thirty-seven times more pow
erful than lithia in removing uric acid
from the system. If you are suffering
from backache or the pains of rheumat
ism, go to your best druggist und nsk
for a 50 cent box of "An-urie" put up
by Doctor Pierce. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription for'wcaK women and Dr.
Pierce's Uoldcn Medical Discovery lor
the blood have been favorably kuown
for the past forty years and more.
They aro standard remedies today as
well as Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
for the livor and bowels. You can have
a sample of any one of those remedies
in Tablet form by writing Dr. Pierce.
tendance wus not good us it might have
been. There was the usual annoyance
on the part of soino boys who period
ically disgrucu this cuminunity. - It is
strange parents who are some times
present, will allow such conduct. A good
jail sentence might be a means of
grace for such smnities. When strang
ers come uaiong us and held meetings
and are insulted by such young scula
wags, what cua they think of the com
munity and its moral influence t They
probably think it a good locality to
avoid. In future the names of such dis
turbers should bo secured for publica
tion. They would look well in print.
J10 TOE PRIZE TWO-LIP
T.os Angeles, Cal., Dec. 10. A $10
kiss fcutured the opening festivities of
the poisetta fete at Hollywood. It was
given by a pretty girl and auctioned
off to O. Kciirloia.
- OREGON MAN CHAIRMAN.
Washington, Dec. 1). V. W. Hodsoa,
of Oregon, was today named chairman
of the nomination committue. of the na
tional rivers and harbors congress.
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