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SIX THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916.
HOT WATER THE
BEST LIVER AND
Says Glass of Hot Water Be
fore Breakfast Washes
Poisons from System
Fliysiiinns tho world over reeom
mend tho inside liuth, claiming this is
of vastly more importance than out
sido cleanliness, liccanso flu; skin
pores do not absorb impurities into
tho blood, causing ill health, while the
pores in the ten yards of bowels do.
Men and women are urged to drink
each morning, before breakfast a
glass of hot water with a tcasponaful
of litneslono phosphate in it, as n
harmless means of helping to wash
from the stomaeh, liver, kidneys and
bowels tho previous day's indigestible
material, poisons, sour bile anil toxins;
thus cleansing, sweetening and puri
fying the entire alimentary canal lie
foro putting more food into the stom
ach. Just as soap and hot water cleanse
anil freshen the skin, so hot water nnd
limestone phosphate act on tho dim
Those who wako up with bad breath,
coated tongue, nastv taste or have a
dull, aching head, sallow complexion,
acid stomach; others who are subject
to bilious attacks or constipation,
should obtain a quarter pound of lime
stone phosphntu at tho drug store.
This will cost very little but is suffi
cient to demonstrate the value of in
side bathing. Those who continue it
ach morning aro assured of pro
nounced results, both in regard to
ieallh and appearance.
MOTOR MOBILITY FOR CITIZEN TROOPS-MAY DOOM CAVALRY?
Practice SPijr 5 J'f
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John D. Spreckles Makes
J Visit to Portland
HIGH EASTER SERVICES
l'ortland, Ore., April
Kaster services will be held on
top of l.arch mountain, one of
the highest peaks of the On.
cades near the Columbia river.
A party of 75 will leave Port
land tomorrow night to climb
the tortuous path leading up the
mountain. Services will be held
COMING a Puzzle
FREE to Every Child
Watch for Where
They Will be Given Away.
Mexican Papers Deceive
People As To Situation
(Continued From Page One.)
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officers, and when it does, it is likely ti;
result in 'airan.istas openly opposing
Constitutionalists n.nve not been ac
tive in the pursuit or Villa. They have
been too busy watching the Anieriian
expedition. Only a small dt'taihnn'Mt
under (leneral tlai'za was report h;int
ing illistas. Gutierrez ricluvd 'iai.a
defeated the Villistus under M utii, I.e.
pez at Naieu, killing five and woending
This city's regular American iidwiy
is depleted' to 1!". These say that if !l;'e
Americiin expedition is v it id.'.'av. u no.v
they will leave the country aho.
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MfciiJ Tir -rf 'J ""' 'ill Ittlff dLi
Sunday and Monday
The "Soul Market"
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I'ortUiml, Or., April 21. Tor the
first time in the li years of his life,
John I). Spreckles or San Kra icisco,
is in Portland. He will testify in fed
eral court tod iv in the suit brought
against him and the Smthcra 1'iicilic
rompar.y by It. A. (iraham. (Iraham
alleges Spreckles Hi years ago fore
tlosed at $oiMKl(l(l claim against .1 pro
jected Coos Hay railroad without proper
Spreckles will return to San r'rnn--iso
OOLD MIODATi Haarlen Oil Capsules
will bring new life and quickly relieve
that gtopped up congested feeling. They
will thoroughly cleanse and wash out
the kidneys and bladder and gently
arry off tho ill effects of excesses of
II kinds. (The healing, soothing oil
make right into the walls ami lining of
the kidneys and expels the poisons in
your system. Keep your kidneys in
Hood shnpo by daily use of GOLD
MKDAIj Haarlem Oil Capsules and yon
will have good health, flo to your
druggist at once and secure a package
of this time-honored, world-wido rem
tly. It is not o "patent medicine." It
is passed upon by U. S. Government
rhemists and declared pure before com
ing into this country. GOLD METAL
is tho pure, original Haarlem Oil, im
ported direct from tho ancient labora
tories in Holland where it is the Na
tional Household Remedy of tho sturdy
Dutch. Look for tho nnmo GOLD
MKDAIj on overy box. Accept no sub
titute. Your druggist will gladly re
fund your money if not as reuresented.
BOOZERS GO TO ALASKA
Juneau, A'a. ki, April -1. lieturning
leveral seeiel indictments, the federal
grand ,iuiy ha adjourned a days'
Bcssiea heic today.
The iiiro's vailed attention to an
' mil'i'lirvi aim ' amount of crime and
vice piing r.i'punished for want of i
speciai m tiuent of investigation.
Many imdesiieables, it was pointed out,
Time come here since Washington and
Oregon went dry, and the jury reported
that liiiuor investigations revealed as
Does Your Stomach
jlud One Dose Hag Often Dispelled
Yean of Suffering,
Mnyr' Wonderful Keniedv can real
ly be termed WONDKHrTL. No
latter where you live you will find
people who have mil'fered with (Stom
ach, Liver nnd Intestinal Ailments,
etc., and have been restored to health
ud are loud in their praise of this
letnedy. It acts on the source and
foundation of these nilments, remov
ing tho poisonous catarrh and biie
accretions, taking out the inflamma
tion from the intestinal tract aud
ssist-s in rendering tho xnnie neti
eptle. Sufferers are urged to try one
iose which alone should relieve your
Buffering and convince you that Mayr'i
Wonderful Remedy should restore you
to good health. I'ut it to a test today.
ISend for booklet on Stomach Ailments
to Geo. H. Mnyr, Mfg. Chemist, l.lli
Whiting Ht., Chicago, or better still,
litniii a bottle from your druggist. J.
V. l'orry, 115 Bouth Commercial street.
4w y 1
Some military experts profess to
see much less use of cavalry in
the possibilities by .which an entile
army of infantry may be rushed to a
given point with motor trued; trans
port. They predict that, after the
present war, the horse will largely
vanish from one of his most ancient
fields of endeavor.
This theory was ested by Ohio
national guardsmen over ihc admir
able system of brick paved highways
which rudiate from Cleveland. They
found that a speed of twenty or mora
miies an hour could easily be main
tained in the movement of a con
siderable body of troops. Under
these conditions many of the ordinary
problems of a military campaign dis
appear. If wood and water are lack
ing at a camp site, both commodities
arc easily brought.
Field pieces can be hauled behind
suc!i vehicles at .. speed determined
by the ability of the gun carriage to
withstand, the vibration. The exist
ence of 2,500,000 motor vehicles in
America has led to the suggestion of
a motor militia, to be armed with'
machine guns, a force which could be
concentrated with deadly rapidity in
case of attempted invasion.
A part of such a plan would be a
system of paved highways leading to
points of vantage and enabling com
plete resistance against landing
forces at close range. 14 These high
ways would of course be more than a
mere military investment, having all'
the utility of market highways in
times of peace.
If Too Fat Get
More Fresh Air
Moderate in Your Diet
Reduce Your Weight. Take
Oil of Korein. 1
"Drop" In Setting
To Ventilate Station
Lark of fresh air it is said weakens
the oxygen carrying power of the blood,
the liver becomes sluggish, fat icciiniu
lates and t no action of many of the
vital organs are hindered thereby. The
heart, action becomes weak, work is an
effort and the beauty of the figure is
l''nt put on by indoor life is uaiiealthy
And if nature is not assisted in throw
ing it off a serious case 0!' obesity may
When you feel that, you are getting
too stout, take the matter in hand at
once. Don't wait until your figure has
become a joke and your health ruined
through carrying around .1 burden of
unsightly and unhealthy fat.
Spend as much lime as you possibly
can ia the open; breathe deeply, and
get t'10111 Central l'liarmacy or any
druggist, a box of oil of korein
capsules; take one after each meal and
one before retiring at night.
Weigh yourself every few days and
keep up the treatment until you are
down to normal. Oil of korein is ab
solutely harmless, is pleasant to take,
helps the digestion and even a few days
treatment has been reported to show a
noticc.ible reduction in weight.
A few nights ago the merchant's pa
trolman discovered 1 good sized puck-
lice and rearing that it might he stol-! ?. T'1'!;'1 ",U(1-V 'f sf"ml"'h Vu l?8'
NINE-TENTHS OP ALL STOMACH
TROUBLE DUE TO ACIDITY
Says New York Physician
A New l'ork physicl.tn who lias made
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over to tho police
the package nwnv
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gate ind he found the package marked " 8 U"L " ,l" ""; 1
I stomach. This in turn is due about nine
'setting eggs and consigned to a
resident of this city.
Officer Poland said he was glad to
find that the eggs were good for set
ling because they did not appear to be
good for anything else and several hud
been broken and tiielr senile condition
indicated tint they should be buried
rather than "set". However he "set"
tliein on the desk of Chief Welsh when
he left the next morning and the chief,
without a moment's hesitation, "set"
tiiem outside on the window sill anil
closed the win low.
'Man Accused of Murder
Arrested In Argentina
Seattle, Wash., April 21. Accused of
the murder of Mrs. Charles Man.i here
list night, r'rancisco Sisto, alias Korte
nato Tnrtistiiuo, is under arrest today
in lliiesuos Aires, Argentina.
When Mrs. Mnnzi's body was dis
covered in a clump of hushes in Sellouts
I'ark here on August it, ltH."i, it was
learned that Sisto who, it is alleged had
been intimate with her, had disippoar
ed. lie had been seen with her at
noon of June when the minder is
believed to have been committed.
'the police notified Itiieuos Aires au
thorities to watch for Sisto, who has a
Deputy Prosecutor llelsell will ap
ply to Governor Lister for requisition
If Your Back Is Aching or
Bladder Bothers, Drink
Lots of Water and Eat
When your kidneys hurt and your
buck feels sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with n
lot of drug:; that excite the kidneys and
irritate t'.ie entire urinary tract.' Keep
your kidneys clean like you keep your
bowels clean, by flushing them with .1
mild, harmless salts which removes
coinmonlv termed sour stoncli or heurt
burn, which not only irritates and in
flames the delicate lining of the stom
ach but .iy cause gastritis and danger
ous stomach ulcers. Jt is interesting to
note that he condemns the use of pat
ent medicines, and practically all medi
cal treatment that is designed to act
upon the stoinh mlining stating that
the best results are obtained by the
use of .1 simple, antacid which acts up
on the contents of the stomach and neu
tralizes the acidity of tho food thus re
moving the source of the trouble. As
an antacid he prescribes ordinary bis
nriited magnesia, lie contends that it is
as foolish to treat the stomach itself as
it would he for a m.in who stepped on
a tack to rub liniment on the foot with
out first removing tho tack. Remove
the tack and the foot will heal itself
neutralize the acid and tho stomach
troubles will disappear, irritating med
icines mid medical treatments are use
less, so long as the contents of the
stomach remains acid; remove the acid
ity and there will be no need for edi
cine the inflamed lining of the stom
ach will then heal itself. Sufferers
from acidity, sour stomach nnd heart
bum should get a sni.ill bottle of bis
arated magnesia from their druggist,
and take a teaspoonful in a quarter of
a glass of hot or cold water after each
meal, repeating in fifteen minutes, if
necessity, this being the dose wiiich
(ho doctor has found most efficacious
in all cases.
MT. ANGEL TO PLAY PACIFIC
Mt. Angel College, St. Renedict, Or.,
New York, April "I.---The
bulk of 1, anion V, Darkness
ailPO.OOi'.O1 0 estite w. 1 go to
Ins son lleury, nd his daugli--'i
( lie of whom is l.lr Vr
1)0 Va.'0'..iher 0.' 1'aciiies If.'.io l,
near llollister, Cal., it developed
today .I'iei the ;!1 .is inkin
into the surrogate's court here
for the settlement of technical
details. Darkness was the see
Mid li'.st stockhoib.- ti the
standard ii co.npunv lie
died in California in Jununrv
ter the Kaster holidavs. A return
will be played May I -J
the body's urinous waste and stimulates1 .Al'.nl 1,10 Ml- Angel college base
them to their normal nctivitv. Thei1"1" I ' 1 J " I'acific university,
function of the kidnevs ia to filter the,"' f 'st Grove, here, on April 20 which
blood. In 21 hours tiiev strain from it!""1 ,,M? "u tollegians first game at
oOO grains of acid and waste, so we
can nudity understand the vital im
portance of keeping the kidneys active.
Drink lots of water you can't drink
too much; also get from anv pharmacist
about four ounces of .lad Salts; take! renilleton. Or., April 21. Purchases
a tuhlcspoonful in a gl.iss of water bo-f alcoiiol hereafter will have their
fore breakfast each morning for a few . names printed in the local newspapers,
days nnd your kidneys will act fine. l'olice learned that out of ill arrests
This famous salts is made from thelfor drunkenness thus f ir in April, all
acid ot grapes and lemon juice, eom tiMit tnree jags were the result ot alco
WILL PRINT NAMES
SOME BIO LANDSLIDES
Sunta Monica, Cal., -April 21. Many
Japanese fishermen deserted their
homes today lit the Japanese fishing
village north of here, following a land
slide early today which narrowly miss
cd covering number of dwellings.
biued with lithi.i, and has been used
for generations to clean and stimulate
clogged kidneys; also to ncutrnlixe the
acids in urine so M' no longer is a
source of irritation thus ending bladder
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithi.i-wnter drink which everyone
should tako now and then to keep their
kidneys clean and active. Try this,
nlso keep up the wnter drinking, Bud
no doubt you will wonder what became
of your kidney trouble, un.l backache.
hoi bought at drug stores.
Try Canital Journal Want Ada.
Cliffs fronting the ocean at this pofnt
are 1. hi root Ingn.
Thousands of tons of earth crashed
down shortly after 2 11. in., covering Ihc
state highway nnd railroad tracks (or
nearly a hundred yards.
No one was injured. It wan feared
that there niny be more slides.
Four Days Starting
All Movements Halted.
Columbus, X. il., April 21. The lull
in the American cxpedit iun i Mexican
operations extend to the local camp to
day. Few supplies were sent forward.
(Inly hospital supplies a. id ambulances
came in from Kl I'aso.
A battalion of the Twenty-fourth in
fantry detrained here today. They are
the vanguard of the 2,.'!il() reinforce
ments which (leneral Kunstou is send
ing to strengthen the lines of communi
Aviators are testing five new mili
tary aeroplanes. Only two of the orig
inal eight planes which catered .Mex
ico are still in condition. They will
be condemned as soon as new machines
arrive for the airmen.
"Litty Mary Sunshine"
Expedition is Stalled.
San Antonio, Texas, April 21. Cen
iin 1 Pershing withdrew the advance do-!
t.uhmcnt of the American cxpedit io'n in ' ftJJ pp(ip Will
eider to ;avc it from nossible massacre I VUU 1 CllUVYO 1! Ul
at the hinds of Cariunzistas, accord
ing to sltiti officers at army headquar
The expniition is stalled. Future ac
tivities dipend upon the conference be
tween Ci.icials Scott and Fnustoii here.
The cor-tLiits of Pershing's reports
w?re not revealed, but it is understood
th.'V det.ii'ed the Carranzistas attitude.
A 5-Eeel Gold Rooster Dc Luxe Feature
XZ? THEATRE 2s ir
State House Has An
Udor All Its Uwn
Macleay News !
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Macleay, April 21. The (Iringe met
Friday, April 14, at the Grange hall
and the meeting was very enjoyable.
Mr. John T. Kobertson of Salem gave
a talk on "New Measures for the Vot
ers at the Nov. Klection." Mrs. I'letch
er r.lso of Salem talked ou "The Coun
ty Agriculturist.'' Other Silem visit
ors were Miss Fletcher and Mrs. .Mary
Mr. and Mrs. John Tekeuberg motor
ed to Salem Apiil 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Onie Martin spent Sun
day April 10 with Mr. Martin's father
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin motored
to Independence, April Hi. They were
accompanied by the popular Macleay
teacher, Miss livers.
Cheinekcta lodge, No. 1, 1. O. (). F., oH
.Salem, will celebrate the 07th anniver'
' sary of the founding of the Odd Pel-',
I lows' order next Wednesday evening
I with an appropriate program and ban-i
This anniversary celebration will I
open with a short session of the bulge. 1
j As soon as the lodge is closed, the rooms 1
: will be thrown opeu for the evening's;
i entertainment to which ull tho families!
and friends of Odd Fellows tsre wvt-j
The evening's progrnm is as follows,
(ieorgc H. Burnett, past grand master,
Piano solo F. E. Churchill. ;
Address Charles 1,. McNnry, P. G.
liesponse F. T. Wrightnian, P. G.
Song Baby Woodward.
"violin and piano selection Ruth
Peek, Guy Albin.
Addiess "Odd Fellowship of Today
and Tomorrow." Past Grand Master
Thos. F. Ryan.
Selection Rebeknh Quartette.
Another sign of spring has developed
about the state house and it. is not
caused by the blooming of flowers or
the perfume kissed breezes that are.
wafted in through the windows, from
the flower beds. The lady stenographers
are keeping the windows closed and
their noses elevated after every shower.
The particular reason is that tho
ground keeper has liberally besprinkled
the laws with some extra strong fertil
izer. Xt looks harmless enough on the
lawn but when the warm rains soak
into it, it boils up with renewed vigor.
It's a penettrnting timet), too, and can
not be disregarded under any circum
stances but Superintendent Duirsford
promises that it will not last long 11 ml
that one application is all that is neces
sary nnd in this later conclusion the
state house employes are unanimous in
GAME OFF WET GROUNDS
Portland, Or., April 21. Today's I'a
cific Coast Salt Lake-Portland game
postponed on account of wet grounds.
SPECIAL BIG FEATURE WEEK, STARTING TODAY
Today and Tomorrow
APhotoplay Filled with Action and Many
Pathe Weekly-Special Orchestra Music
A Souvenir of value to
every lady attending the
matinees during this " Fea
WILLIAM FARNUM in "Fighting
MARGUERITE CLARK In "Out of
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YE LIBERTY THEATRE-
The Onlv Place in Towns Whoro Ynu
Cnn Soc ' Paramount and 'Fox Pictures
THIS PICTURE. SERVICE COST MORE THAN ALL OTHERS PUT TOGETHER
Vaudeville OREGON Vaudeville
TODAY and TOMORROW
RtrvtArt- jfT- Partf Two Girls in the Latest Class
OrUWn CC Jraget ical and Fancing Dancing
Taken from the Three
ANOTHER BIG LAUGH
TRIANGLE PICTURESTHE HIGHEST PRICED SERVICE SHOWN IN SALEM