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sn THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. ,
v i Innni nnimnnrrro
iuuiii uummiiiLLo I II .
on the way to the station, stop at the
druggist's for your tube of .
A Standard Ethical Dantifrict
Send Je stamp today for (onerous trial package f
either Dr. Lyon 'a Parfact Danlal Craam or Tooth Powdar.
L W. L7011 ft Sou, Incii 8 fW. 27th St., N.T. City .
Every Girl Has a
Smock This Summer
White drill is the fabric of this fctclT
Sng Bmook, set off with old rone collar
and cuffs. White pearl buttons and low
belt carry out the idea. Please notice
low the pocket lid is also smocked.
BALL PLAYER IS HERO
Detroit, Mich., July 20. Harry Hcil
man, Tiger outfielder, has just played a
hero rolo here. Fully clothed, Harry
dived into the Detroit river last night
and rescued from certain death Miss
Lydia Johnson, of Borne, N. Y., who
was uit occupant of an automobile
which plunged from a water works park
driveway into the river. The accident
cost tho lives of Mrs. Lcroy Stcadman
and her three year old daughter of this
city. Stcadman, who was driving the
machine, was rescued.
Taks Advantage of a Salem Woman's
When tho back begins to ache,
Don't wait until backache becomes
'Till kidney troubles develop;
'Till urinary troubles destroy night's
Profit by a Salem's woman's exper
ience. Mrs. Kmily Kdwards, 1107 8. Thir
teenth St., Salem, says: "I couldn't
spen too highly in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills for 1 have never found
anything equal to this old reliable kid
ney medicine for regulating the kid
neys and stopping backache. 1 am on
ly too glad to tell others who are sub
ject to backache, as I used to be, that
Douu's Kidney Pills arc very reliable
ami effective for that trouble"
Price fiOe at all dealers. Don't
sininlv ask for a kidney remedy get
Moan' Kidney Pills the samo that
Ms. EdwardB had'. Fostcr-Wilbnrn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
An Italian (fir worked in tho local
.:ai a f T.rInT- To frr a trtinlp vonr
without nor box booonnng Known.
There is Japan tea, for
You may drink it because you
like tea but it's possible that you would
like some other tea-taste even better.
Schillings Best offers you four
distincl taste-types of tea y and
a simple inexpensive way
to pick your favorite.
Seld through grocers only
In ittniurtt fmknts, S-iz. ni -.
Send for Taste Packet
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Democrats and Republicans
After Progressives . and
New York, July 2I. Progressives
and women of equal suffrage states
are the chief bone of contention to
day in the scramble for presidential
votes by tiie national committee or
the democratic and republican parties.
Chairman MeCormiek of tlio demo
cratic national committee, stated to
day that he reels positive Presnlena
Wilson will poll the majority of the
votes of both of these croups, lint the
democrats are not going to allow the
republicans with their Hughes alli
ance for women to get the jump. Me
Cormiek said he is perfecting an or
ganization for women and will center
the fight in the suffrage states.
. republican headquarters today
Airs. Harriet Stanton Hlatch and a
party of suffrage leaders spent con
siderable time in conference with
Chairman Willcox, making plans for
corraling the votes of the women's jrfir-
As for progressive votes both parties
are confident. With reference to the
nroeresaive fiasco at Syracuse on Sat
urday, Chairman MeCormiek said:
J tccl very hopeful, wuen the
New York state fathered by Perkins
and Roosevelt fails to endorse Hughes
it seems to me to be ii.dicntive of the
sentiment of progressives throughout
the entire country." He denied the
democratic party was taking any steps
to nurse ti progressive convention
to be held in Chicago August 5.
Chairman Willcox nt republican
headquarters expressed confidence in
the progressive and referring to the
statement of MeCormiek, said:
"If thev can find any comtort in
Saturday's affair, it is tine for them,
but continually flowinir into my office
are reports of a solid unification of
the progressive arty for one candidate
Charles Kvans Hughes."
Chairman MeCormiek. who return
ed today from a conference with Pres
ident Wilson stated thnt the chief ex
ecutive had fully decided that ho "will
stick on the job and be president mi-
til his work is done and when congress
closes he will jump into the cam
Wilson ho)es ho may receive nis of
ficial notification nt his country home
in Lonir Branch. N. J., during the last
week of August. Willcox stated today
that while on his western tour Hughes
will make some rear platform speeches.
Thero will be no scheduled speeches
for the train, but whenover the tram
stops and a delegation is present to
greet Hughes, ne win muse a suun
Paints Word Picture
of Columbia Highway
Prince Albert has a real value
premiums or Coupons can't produce!
From its first howdy-do, over six years now, Prince
Albert pipe and cigarette tobacco has been sold with
out coupons or premiums. We prefer to give qual
ity! So, when you put Prince Albert to' the test
you'll get hand-painted information as to the realness
of the quality-enjoyment dished up for you!
Neither national nor state restrictions on the use
of premiums or coupons can in any way affect the
sale of Prince Albert. Its quality is the highest
You put Prince Albert on a smoke-trial-basis right
now while the idea is hot! Lock-the-lid on your
pipe-past or makin's-past ! Beat it on a new tack
that will sift such a supply of smoke sunshine into
your system that you'll get-glad and stay glad!
1 rPril ! l
On lh nrH sitU of this tidy
rd tin you will road I " Pro
co Patontod July 30th, 190 7."
the national joy smoke
tests true! Strong-arm it far as you
like! We tell you it will answer
any smoke question you can pass
out! And, prove that Prince
Albert can't bite your tongue or
parch your throat! Prove that
the patented process by which it is
made puts Prince Albert on your
side of the fencQ by-a-mile !
Get-going! That's the flash-word!
Tie up to the tidy red tin and get
yours! For, you've a lot to look
forward to that'll pan-out-like-pure-gold,
sure! It's a mighty restful
thing to sit-by for a spell with some
P. A. and a jimmy, or the "papers,"
and, puff and hum a tee-deedle-deel
That's getting smoke-glad I
Prince Albert U sold everywhere you can buy tobacco in toppy red .
, bagt, 5c; tidy red tin; 10c; handsome pound and half-pound
tin humidors, and in that classy pound crystal-glass humidor with
sponge-moistener top that keeps the tobacco so fit and fine, always I
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem; N. CI
(By Molly Lore than compensates for auv snerl
A motor trip up the new tol jfice 0l. timc. j, is aBnif ic-ont, Sc
JllgUttB" IS a verjr nuiiui-iiui J""v
It matters not whether the trip is your
first or your thirtieth, or whether your
unto is a 11)11 or liMti model. The trip
to the Highway whether from the
south, the east, or the west may per
haps become monotonous, nut. ine
Highway itself is not monotonous and
never will bo.
And the degreo of wonder with
which one views this ulrendy famous
ruadway rests entirely with one's tem
perament. Wjhcn the Red mau, a great
many years ago traversed the same
place lie dreamed fantastic dreams, and
wove mvstery into mystery in his con
ception of nature' masterpiece. Three
years ago Samuel C. Lancaster, the
celebrated highway engineer stood in
the same place, and dreamed a twenti
eth century dream, which gradually
materialized into the 1 resent highway
one of the most beautiful in .ue
I'robnbl- no two perrons have the
same feclinir in pnssiu.'; over the forty
two milo paved boulevard, but thoso
who are a bit romnntic mnut invariably
think of poetrv. as the Indian did in a
cruder wnv n before. To the more
practical mind the thought is more vi
tal .nan poetry, and concerns figures,
ii'id power and teelniicnl skill that can
never bo fully comprehended.
Out from Portlnnd frond meadows,
attractive homes, with rose-decked gar-
lens blend swiftly in u wide panorama.
Tho Columlua stretcher in a broad rib
bon, silver-flecked in the sunlight.
Patchwork fnrms rise cn its northern
bank a part of another state. Shad
owy mountains tower back of them
hiuher and hicher. displaying here and
there a snow-capped neaK. Mt. Hood
looms up ahead, directly, it would
mem, in the middle of the roadway
so big, and so suddenly that it startles
one almost. It stands out in its
whiteness like a radiant natural mon
unieiit ngninst tho cold blue of the sky.
The road curves on nna on, now los
ing sight of the mountain, now glimps
ina it aaain. Through roaring can-
vons it winds, between walls of rock
that extend steeply from the Columbia
to a hight, in places, exceeding the
Washinuton mon umcnt. Mountain
sides are climbed so gradually thnt it
seems no ascent wiintever. A sparK
ling stream is crossed at Chanticleer,
ami then iu succession comes Latour
ello Kails, Shepherd Kails. Bridal Veil.
Cooper Kails. Mist Kalis, Waukeena
Kails, Multnomah Kails, wneonta iun-
nel, Horso Tail Kails, The Cascades,
and other smaller oiie-.
The roadwav is very broad and very
smooth, ajid tho outer fide is bordered
bv permanent eoncret railings. But
so far as man and hia ingenuity is con
cerned Crown Point, 725 feet above
the river remains. iMrlips, his ' most
Interestinc and appreciated feat. This
portion is described as having been on
o. the most difficult of handling of
any of the entire route, the preserva
tion of the natural beauty puatling
the ablest engineers.
Krom here one irets a view thirty
miles mt the Columbia '1 thirty miles
down it, which is nndmiHtedly tho moat
beautiful point of the entire gorge.
Automobile laden with sightseers,
mi hnth directions, who pass madly
bv other wonderful vistas, stop at
Crown Point, and tu view they get
wonderful iu fact that one catches
one's breath in delight at the beauty
of it all.
Kor the size of the crowds one is
necessarily impressed with the quiet
ness. l,ouil convursntK.n is out 01
plncc, and a spell, aa it were, somcway
seema to linger over the people, who
cannot belli teeling a certain reverence
and who must worship in their own in
dividual way. Some form in admiring
groups; some stroll off to be apart
from the rest, and a bridal couple
thero is alwnvs a bridal couple stand
frankly hand in hand. The Columbia
flows softly far below, between grace
ful borders of grceneiy and blue
green mountains ami fields. It is a
dream river with tut of downy clouds
And in a trivial way, it is all being
commercialized through postal ainl
souvenir cauls, that rind a ready suiei
to the passing traveler, who writes a i
k.i.f i.in.l.i in ti I. .lnti(ir,itiii nn that,.
for far away friends who will never,
perhaps, see the beautiful highway and
the Columbia, but, who will have to vis
ualize it bv a tiny sepia likeness.
The return journey up the Highway'
in the early evening is withal the most '
fascinating part of the entire trip. In
a glory of gold and violet the sun dips I
into the river, turning tho water into
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tains rise somrfcrly through the soft
haze of mists and as your cur rushes
on one in a seemingly endless pro
cession it the day is Sunday you pass
scenes that although seen before ap
pear new, because of the glamour that
is cast over them bv tho deepening twi
light. But no matter whether the trip is
your first or your thirtieth you will
instinctively turn where the load
glimpses for tho lust time Oregon's
nuwt beautiful suow-i lipped mountain
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the wonder spots, transformed by thel' the national guard on the bor
ilying sunset clouds flecked with;der are "a necessity to the United
pale gold, deep rose and flaming 'states" in "protecting the country",
MILITIA ON BORDER
NOT THERE FOR DRILL
President Writes Letter to
Woman Complaining of
Hardships of Son
Washington, July 2tt. Thnt tho ser-
MAY AVOID PAIN
Need Only Trust to Lydia E.
Pinkham'i Vegetable Com
pound, says Mrs.Kurtzweg.
Buffalo, N.Y. " My daughter, whose
picture is herewith, was much troubled
iWlul pains ii u
back and sides every
month and they
would sometimes bo
so bad that it would
seem like acute in
flammation of some
organ. She read
in the newspapers
and tried Lydia .
She praises it highly as she has been
relieved of all these pains by its use.
All mothers should know of this remedy,
and all young girls who suffer should
try it. "-Mrs. Matilda Kurtzwec, 629
High St., BufTalo, N. Y.
Young women who are troubled with
painful or irregular periods, backache,
headache, dragging-down sensations,
fainting spells or indigestion, should
Uke Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. Thousands have been re
stored to health by this root and herb
If you know of ny yonn wo
man who la sick and needs help
ful advice, ask her to write to t Ue
T.vdla, K.Pinkhum Medicine Co..
Lynn, Mans. Only women will
receive her letter, and it will be
ueld in strictest commence.
iii i iu in
List of letters ailvertiseil July 23:
Baldwin, Mrs. Charlie, -Jr.
Bales, I. 51.
Ball, Mr. Alfred.
Becker, Mr. Kmil.
Bennett, Mrs. Bessie B.
Bctchcl, Miss Frbla.
Bonnie, Miss Floe.
. Boyer, Mr. Robert M.
Davis, Mr. Cha9.
("lnrk, Daisy J.
Davis, Mrs. F.thel.
(inrlnml, Mr. Hoy.
Glickinan, Mr. J.
Hard , Mrs. Jno.
Howard, Mr. D. C.
Keith, Mr. F. A.
Kemp, Miss Barbara.
Koch, Mr. C. P.
Krauss, Mr. Andrew.
Knuths, Mr. Ralph.
Miller. Mrs. Herman.
Mortenson, Miss I.ora,
Murray, Dr. J. J.
Pearson, Mr. M.
Reeves, Mr. Dorsey.
Smith, Mr. M. F.
Skipton, Mr. V. M.
Smythe, Mrs. Mav McO.
Tahnsh, Miss Z. Z. .
Wallas, Mrs. Wess.
Welbr., Mrs. Frank.
White, Miss Belle.
White. Mr. I.avrence.
AVGrsST HI CKKSTKIX, P. M.
and n-.it merely "for the pur)Kse of
jdrill," was explained today .in a let
!tcr written by President Wilson to
Mrs. lleury Smith, of Winimac, Ind.
i The letter was iu reply to one from
'Mis. Smith expressing deep distress
for the hardships her son wag com
pelled to undergo as a militiaman. It
I "My Hear Madame: Your letter of
.Inly Jil distresses me a good deal be
j cause it mows that you have not been
corrcctlv informed as to the purpose
of having the national guard nt the
i border. It is not for the purjKiso of
.drill, but the purpose ot protecting the
.country, the service the men are per
forming there is an honor to them and
n necessity to the United States. 1
cannot believe that the men in the na
tional guard would witdi to he excused
from it or it would lose heart because
of the discomfort and inconvenience
of the service. The war department
is using every means known to make
them sanitary nnd safe against disease.
The health of the men ou the border.
ful Mom for yew May
UST Stop - long, long
tim..t NMft, short tine
UST try" service that uv
tiriptM everything--til abas
phn htt chdigliM
UST make start toward1
bttttc BMlth--m9 th mats
lng --noen--vninf mal
UST meet and Kobnok
with friends in the may lobby
USTrest our'weary bones
on truly luxurious bd mat
urrmdor to pi taint Jrotmt
UST the thing that appeals
motion to pricta.
Rooms ith prtoilofe of both $1
or mora tho do. Room with
privsto both $1.59 at mm the Jkf
both the regulars and national guard,
is exceptionally good.
"I would not have you think I do
not sympathize with you in the ab
sence of -ur son, but 1 beg that yon
will take these larger matters into con
sideration. "Sincerely yours,
(Signed) " Woodrow Wilson"
Women are now permitted to regis
ter as dental students in the dental
school at Columbia University.
The Latest Disc overy in Medicine.
Why Suffer From Backache, Lumbago, Rheumatism?
It is now asserted with confidence
that these painful effects duo to uric
acid in tic system are entirely eradi
cated, a remedy caueu "A.i;m
WAITS WANTS PUBLICITY
has been discovered, by Dr. Pierce in
, his hospital practice, which ho believes
is thirty-seven times more potent than
. jlitlna, aud is the cause of a drniunge
Ossiuing, N. Y., July 26. Dr. Arthur :ontward of the uric eaid with which
Warren Waite, poisoner of his wife's ;t omes in contact within the body.
, .... . It will ward off backache, headache,
parents, now awaiting ele.-trocut.on at . '
Sing Sing, sighs for the publicity he
formerly had when his trial was on.
At least that was the reason Warden
Osborne assigned today for Waite 's self
inflicted scratches Sunday. The dentist
got a piece of glass, somewhere and
jabbed himself on the chest, but not
very hard. His "wounds" were so
slight that he wasn't even ordered to
the hospital, Osborn said. He is now
being watched more closely.
articular or muscular rheumatism of
those diseases which are caused by
too much uric acid, such as gout, asth
ma, srintico, or sore, stiff, achi.-.
When the Vdneys are weak or dis
ased, t"iee natural filters do not
elcmitu the blood sufficiently, an,', tf.a
body. There follow depression, nihes
and pains, heaviness, drowiness, irri
tabilitv, "A.M'filC" prolongs life be-
cr.uso old people usually suffer from
hardening and thickening of the walls
nt tne arterus, l-to to the excess or
uric acid in the blood and tissues.
Dr. Pierce chief physician at the
Invaliis' Hotel and Surgical Institute
Buffalo, X. Y., has been testing this
overworked and weakened kidneys.
The relief obtained by sufferers hue
been so lat'tuaetory that he determin
ed to p'n-e "AX URIC with the prin
ipal drngists in town where people
could get this leadv-tu-use medicine.
"AN URIC" is not harmful or poi
inous, but aids nature ia throwing off
those poisons within the body whicn
cause so much suffering, paia and
if you want quick relief buy it bow
or send Dr. Tierce 10c for trial pkg.
or tl.00 for full treatment. This will
prove to you that "Anurie" eliminates
uric acid from the system as bet water