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PTIE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 14. 1916.
PLAN TO IKE SALEM
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521 COURT STREET
WOMAN FIGHTS HY
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Arrow points lo Mm v. I'alhnah.
Slme. rutiniali, who ;g shown in this picture by the side of her husband, boasts that she is the only woman
Jt,'hter in the French arm v. Her husband, a lieutenant with the Morocco . sharpshooters, has been decorated
twice for bravery. The picture shows M. Fatimuh and his wife presiding at a distribution of rice to the soldiers.
(Capilul Journal Special Service.)
Nilvvrtmi, Ore., Mar. II. I'airl .Smith
in reported very sick at the home of
his parents, iLr. and Mrs. J. (I. Smith,
on Fink street.
ItoHCne Starr ia leaving for eastern
Oregon where tie expects to remain per
manently. S. Harmon has accepted the
imsilion with the Pacific Transfer coin
jnny vacated hy Mr, Starr,
.Mrs. M. Conley vis'ited tit the T. Hunk
home in Alt. Angel on Afondny. J!r.
Jlook is in very poor health at tiie pies
vat. Miss Kstlier Hiues has been in lVrt
hind again pnn'lin.-ting her millinery
tock for the liij; millinery opening next
Tho holicH of the I'nited l.utlieian
church served one of their bounteous
dinners lit the luiHcnirnt of the church
last Saturday There .was also n sale of
aprons and fancy work Regardless of
the disiigreeuble weather the atteinl
nace, was excellent and the ladies feel
Veil paid fur their work .
Mr and Airs. Dan (leiser were taken
For Uunlon Sufferers
If you nro suffering from nn olmox
Ijui Bunion no matter how largo or
painful it may be oomo hero and get
full box of the celebrated Hunnm
Comfort Plasters try one or two plas
ters, as per direction, 'ami if vm do not
jet almost instant relief and feel perfectly'
satisfied, bring back the remainder anil
fcot your lull money back. Yixt need
not pay one cent if "llimiou Comfort"
docs nut prove entirely rut i .f.u-torv. Why
continue to go nUmt with swollen, mis
shapen feet.' Why say that Bunions
can t be cured, when here is a guaranteed
remedy ea..ily applied no cutting
no pads ir plates but n w,m.l..i-i'i,IK.
medicated plaster that works like magic
n.l givi-j initnnt irln-f.
lat yi:iir ever 13
yr..r ot cum unions
nt tcda not .a oMM-r-imrnl,
hut nn cstuh.
lisli'-d mut'ite. It't
Woith trn tituoi its
li-icht in tr"lj and
y.m can hum it on
guarftnliMd trad todiw.
J. C. Perry, Drussist,
115 S. Commercial Street
You need not delay the joy of Victrola ownership on
account of lack of the entire purchase price.' : Our in
stallment plan of payments removes the obstacle.
Victrolas $ 1 5
to $200 on
The Victrola will bring a wealth of the world's best
music into your home. It will provide unlimited enter
tainment and amusement for yourself, your family and
a Victrola to your family
R. F. PETERS, Manager.
HER HUSBAND'S SIDE IN
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by surprise last Friday night when
about ;i.r of their neighbors anil friends
all came for a social evening, bringing
well laden baskets of good things to
eat. Music and games were indulged in
until a late hour, and a most enjoy
able evening was passed. Those who
attended the party were: Mr. and Mrs.
Vick Urunner, Mr. and Mrs. Jermnn
nud little son, Mr. and Atrs. Will Alooros
aim lamiiy, tr. ana air, wren ' ."I -
on am lanniy, ir. m '
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and Mr... B. I lorry. Johnny nd A1-,
via Urunner, Johnny and Jennie Kaser, ,
Orel and Alarv l.gan. Johnny nud s,, ,
plua finder Honor ad W rd lo.iy,
Miss liuth Fin ley ami Miss Kichmon.l. ',,,,,' p0liitio with ,iu, silver
11 (lood, the North Silvertou iiurKiry i v'iis.Timlfr
man, lias been over in Washington the y- . Kline came from Rosebnrg the
forepart of this week on business '"' 1 fi,st 0f the week to visit his dniigh
nlso to renew old associations with j )l,1.Si lt ,iR, ),',., ,4 Uojrers and Fred Yn
friends in the vicinity of A'ancoiiver. i ' 'k i,
lie returned home on Thursday morn- i
1. Miller has been assisting in the
care of Mr. J. B. Robinson, one of the
.0.1 i.ii.ne.ud i.T Marion coontv. who is 1
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very ill at the Home ot ins uaugnier. i program niol t no ttuiner win oe mtv
Mrs. Arthur Fry, on r-vtr street. tut noon as usual.
The Independence high school has ! Shevinnn Hays, a prominet hop grow
ketball team cmne over to play the Sil- 1 er and buyer of Independence, was 1U
vertoH high last Saturday night. The; town the Inst ot the week
first part of the game was played by j A. A. I Iven was over at the ( npilal
the frVdimen when the score stood at City Monday ultendiug a meeting ot
'2'2 t o .'I. The first team then played the, the Marion county assessors,
last half At the finish the score was; J. H. Johnson, of Portland, came Inst
(II to :i in favor of Silvertou.. i Saturday for n visit at the home ot Ins
Mrs Rolliu K. Page, of Salem, was j daughter, Atrs. Aithur Williams,
the guest of honor at a card partv at, Mr. and Airs. Nnsh, ot Lvergreeu.
the home of Airs. P. L. Brown on Friday , have been enjoying visit Iron, their
afternoon. .daughter. Airs Burn ham. who lett tor
Mr nud Mrs. Amie Fggiinan of Verb her home in Portland .Monday,
land. 'visited relatives in this vicinity I Alfred Cool.dge left tor Spokane,
Sundnv and Monduv. Air. F.ggiman is a I Wash,, Aronday alter several weeks
brother of Albert ' Fgglmnn and Mis. j spent in this city looking utter business
Sam Kuse, west of this eity. 'matters.
T. M. 1 .likens ha., been having ,uite a Miss Alma Hubbs was aa over sun
bit of trouble with his eves of lateldny visitor under the home rooT. re
that has kept him from his duties at I turning to her school work at ( niil.y
the store. It seemed to be in the form . the first of the week,
of a pink eve. that hns been going; lr. lleisley was a oo.llmrn business
around among the school children. 1 caller the first of the week.
Gilbert Moser. wh,. went to Oregon i: i.. inneKorny, wno tins oecn speim
Citv to assist his sister, Mrs. Bella ing the past week on business nnd visit
Youi'ig, in settling in her new heme vo-! K relatives here, lett ror Salem Sat
tinned the last of the week. iirday
Airs Will (Irahain Is convalescing! rank Uoge, of lVnver, Colo., arrivetl
from a severe attack of sickness. Iler.i" this city last Friday, and is a finest
sister, Aliss Alicia Weltv, of Prntuni.lof his brother, Kd Hoge, who has been
has been stnvinir with her to assist with
the work, -since the first of the weca
Mr. nnd Airs. Chowen have gone to
Forest (irove, where they expect to
spend the summer. They came from
Minnesota last full, and while much
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THE FRENCH ARMY
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plcnsed with this part of the stale, they
will not settle permanently until they
have looked around more thoroughly.
The little folks of the primary de
partment of the Alethodist church had a
merry time nt the church parlor lust
Saturday nflernonn. A number of the
teachers helped to make the day a
happy one for the children, and the
visitors who were present tuny enjoyeo
the good time. A nice lunch was served
and there was a tired but happy littl-
bunch at the close of the day.
.g umu from
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,;,,,.,; work t(,r tho u. W. H. &
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MesduiiioV .T. Ouall. V. Jacobson and
l.nndiu will entertain the A ouag Peo
ple's society of the Vnited Lutheran
I church on Sunday, March lo. A noted
1..... 1. ! i. ., i, ill ,w.ouf with the
lo.-tono-e on China will
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I " very poor health the past tew weeks,
Al. H. Hostetter was over front llul
bard on business the last of the week.
J. K. Hosmer spent Monday on busi
mvs in Portland.
Joe Kercher has been among the sick
Mrs. W. P. Lord Makes Valu
able Suggestions at Meet
in of Floral Society
Salem will he known aa the city
beautiful within a few years if the
plans of the Salem Floral Society are
ronowert out and also if the enthusiasm
developed at the meeting last evening
, holds out.
! Mrs W. 1. Lord believes that Salem
has the opportunity f making itself
lone of the most artistic cities in the
I country, and in her address before the
society last evening not only told what
could be done to improve the appear
ance of our streams, but gave practical
suggestions as to what plants would
thrive on the banks of the streams
"I came here .'111 years ago from the
east," said Mrs. Lord, "and noted the
beauties of Mill creek and the possi
bilities for making it a beauty spot, but
regret to say that it is ia the same
condition now- as when I first saw it."
The fact that AT ill creek seemed to be
a general dumping ground for glass
and tin -cans was noted hv Airs. Lord.
"There are great possibilities for
Alill creek and many eastern cities
would give a million dollars for such
a stream running through the residence
district. It has manv beautiful trees I
and along its banks would grow the
Japanese cherry tree, syringias, white
show berry, dogwood ami many shrubs
that grow in our woods,"
Jf the beautifying of our streams had
been taken up years ago and many of
the Japanese ideas followed, Airs Lord
believes that Salem would have been
a city twice its present, size, and al
though tho citizens have been negli
gent, it is not too late to begin.
Mrs. Lord nlso noted the fact that
about 'JO years ago Hie women of the
city made an attempt to organize a
society to work for the good of the
city and to beautify the streams, but
at that time, it was not customary for
woineu to take an active part in civic
life, and the . men ciiine- in and. pro
ceeded to run the society until it died
a year or so later. Willi the changed
ideas of women's activities, Afrs. Lord
hoped that the, women of the Floral
Society would go iforwnrd in f'ictr
work and make Salem within a few
years what it should be, the city beau
tiful of the northwest.
To Interest the Children.
An endeavor to interest the children
in flower planting and in the city
beautiful idea will be made. The
supervisors of 'the society were iu-
structod to work .for classes or associa-j
tions of children. in their ward, and to
bring the mutter into a definite .form
for the wftrk of the children, if was j
decided to hold a mass meeting JMiiur
day' afternoon nt 2 o'clock at the
High school for the children of the
AL-s Kdyth Tozier AVetliened sug
gested that it would be a good idea
for the supervisors of each ward to
over-see the work of the children and
to organize them Later, to follow the
plan of Portland, that of meeting all
trains with flowers, and to supply the
hotels, and ill every way to impress
visitors or those passing through that
Snlein was a flower city. She also
suggested that it should be regarded as
a misdemeanor for any one to permit
moss to remain on their houses, especi-1
nllv those seen from the railroads. j
With the address of .Mrs. Lord and'
her practical suggestions, and the or-1
ganization plans presented, the meeting I
of last night was ot more than usual
interest. Twenty-five new names were
added to the membership and it was
apparent, from the plans laid out at
the meeting, the Snlein Floral Society
intends to do its share towards making
Salem what it should bo, the cityj
beautiful of the northwest
ones the past few days but is up and
tlrandnia Rogers assisted by Airs.
Alurqunni, entertained the Loyal Bear
ers at her home oa Coolidgo street on
Thursday afternoon of this week.
Our circulation is coming op
and tUl g roving read the....
paper and you guess the reason.
I f dives n brflltnnt trlossy shlno that
- ilon. nt ui! i' it or dust oil that V
! unne:iN f the iron that IasU tour
tmius i& kuitf a& ttiiy otlior. ;
Black Silk Stove Polish
Is In ft class by Itself. It's mors
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UNCLE SAM'S WAR MUNITIONS TRADE HAS
REACHED CREST, SAY COMMERCE EXPERTS
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Kegs of horseshoes ready for shipment to allies (top); activity along New
York's water front; barreled beef in New York ready for shipment.
That the Uuited States is now on the crest of the big business of sup
plying" munitions of war to the allies, is the belief of experts in tho U. S.
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce at Washington. This trade
exceeded $200,000,000 in 1015; but the allied powers do not intend to spend
lhatjiiuch here this year, their own munitions factories are. growing.
EASY WAY TO REMOVE
FRECKLES AND ERUPTIONS
Some women have skin of su-h tex
ture they occasiocallv are umoved hy
the sudden appearance of freckles,
sliuht eruptions or fine lines. March
winds usually pl.iv havoc with skins of
that kind. In such cases if one will
procure aa omii"1 of i-oiiiuion mercolize.l
wax it any drug store, apply a little
ot it before retiring, like cold
she can easily overcome tiie trouble.
When the wax is was'ie.l off next morn
ing, flaky skin particles come with it.
The entire outer ciiticule is removed in
this nay in a week or so, with nil its
defects. No hriacli could so effectu
ally remove freckles or blemishes. The
new surface is smooth, cleir, ficsh
looking. No pain or inconvenience ac
companies this simple treatment.
In case of wrinkles which skin be
neath the outer skin, a solution of pow
dered saxolite, 1 ii., dissolved in l-'J
pint witch ha.cl. makes a fine bath
which is wonderfully effective.
Try Capital Journal Want Ada.
The Object of the
Is to try and win back custom
ers that have drifted to the
mail order houses. We feel
sure that they would rather
' buy at home provided they can
buy as cheap.
The business men of Salem
should not feel sore because we
are cutting prices. Brothers
pull off your coats and go to
work. Cut out some of the
luxuries. Give your customers
more goods for their dollar
and help to get the trade that
belongs here and make Salem
a better and a larger city.
fi .i !
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P. To Al'ow Lower
Rates Cn Carload Lots
of Building Materials
The public service commission was!
notified yesterday that the Southern'
Pacific would allow- lower rates on car-j
load lots of 10,0110 pound minimum of
Hnn, plaster and cement. The rates for!
lime, plaster and cement from I'ortland!
to Salem in carload lots nf 40.000 1
no,,,,, , w i,
eight cents for any
on one carload, but
where lime, plaster and cement were
mixed in the same came load the rate
has lieen nine cents. The new- tariff
provides that the three may lie mixed
together in the same shipment and the
rate of eight cents will prevail for the
entire carload if it is not below the
minimum of 40,000 pound.
Thi, matter was taken up in the in
terest of the small contractor bv the
commission some time ai!o and today's
notitication indicates that the railroad!
conipanv will comply with the requests!
of the commission without a formal
order or hearing.
DUE TO ACIDITY
Stomach troubles such as indigestion,
wind, and stonnch-nche are simply evi
dence that fermentation is taking place
in the food contents of. toe stomach,
causing the formation of uns and acids.
Wind distends the stomach, and causes
that full, oppressive feeling sometimes
known is heartburn, while the acid ir
ritates and inflames the delicate lining
of the stomach. 'Pho trouble lies en
tirely in the fermenting food. Such fer
mentation is unnatural, anil acid for
mation is not only unnatural, but may
involve most serious consequences if
not corrected. To slop or prevent fer
mentation ind to neutralize the acid, H
teaspoonful of bisurated iii'auiiesiii,
probably the best and most offectivo
corrector of acid stomach known should
be taken in a quarter of a ylass of
water iinniedi itely after eating, or
whenever wind or acidity is felt. This)
stops the fermentation, and neutralizes
the acidity in a few moments. Bisurat
ed magnesia can he obtained from any
(linguist. It enables tho stoacli to do
its work properly without being hin
dered hy poisonous gis and dangerous
HIGHWAY BRIDGE COMPLETE
Kcdding, ( al., Mar. I t The
bridge across I'itt river at the
mouth of th-3 AlcCloud river is
completed yesterday. It, cost
!f4"i,(lti(l and is the longest con
crete span on the stite high
way. Most Eminent Medical
Authorities Endorse It.
Dr. Ebarle and Dr. Eraithwaito an
well aa Dr. Simon all distinguished
authors agree that whatever may b
the disease, the urine seldom fails in
furnishing us with a clue to the princi
ples upou which it is to be treated,
and accurate knowledge concerning tbn
nature of disease 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 suspect
kidney or bladder trouble just write Dr.
fierce at the Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N.Y.; send a sample of urine and do
scribe symptoms. You will receive free
medical advice after Dr.Fierce's chemist
has examined the urine this will br
carefully done without charge, and you
will be under no obligation. Dr. Pierce
during mnny years of experimentation
has discovered a new remedy which ha
finds is thirty-seven times more power
ful than lithia in removing uric acid
from the system. If you are suffering
from backache or the pains of rheuma
tism, go to yonr best druggist and ask
for a 50-cent box of "Xnuric" put nn
by Dr. I'ierce. Dr. Tierce's Favorito
i Prescription for weak women and Dr.
1 Pierce's Uolden Sledical Discovery for
the blood have been favorably known
for the past forty years and more. They
are standard remedies to-day as well
aa Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for
the liver and bowels. You can get a
sample of any one of these reuiedica
by writing Dr. I'ierce.
Doctor Pierce's Telleta are unequaled
as ft Liver Pill. One tinv, Sitw-twiffl
Vtttet a Dose. Cure Sick Headache,
Bilious Headache, Dizziness, Constipa
tion, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and
all derangeuienu of tho Liver, isiomacU