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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT., 27, 1917.
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MEANING OF THE STEIXES
UY SHOWS OH
STATE FAIR GROUNDS
Visitor May find Akost Any
thing In Eiitertekaent
B3 N. Commercial Street.
We were very unfortunate. Unable to get cars
lough to have an exhibit at THE FAIR But, we
ave the latest models on display at our Salesroom.
Salem, Or., Sept. 23, '17.
Editor Journal In vour jpaper of
Saturday I observed an article on la
bor strikes Binned "Enquirer" and to-
j gether with the Journal's sentiments
! as. previously expressed, certainly hit
the mark. rlhe strikers nave the ad
vantage and, right or wrong, he seems
to think that now is the-Htnie. Our boys ; When you think of a state fair, what
are compelled to go to Franco to fight , firgt come8 illto mindf Livclltoekt
our cause. To sail tho seas without .. , .......
ships to convoy and protect them is loo 1 r"!ts and vegetables! or is it shows?
hazardous in the extreme, and when ,b talr. management is to be congrat-
1 they get across they must be fed and ! uialcn n Having made a wise .selection
1 supplied and it seems preposterous tlintj,n e"gagiK the, banner attractions of
i anv true American would do aught to 1 l,e c- Wnrthnra Carnival company of
retard tho means of safeguarding and -Daneville Illinois.
'carincr for the soldier and this. too. at This set of shows is one of four, own-
a time when the very life of our nation ed and operated by Mr. Wortham, who
depends on loyalty and patriotism of is still a young man barely 37 years
our people and tne caro and protection i or age,
of the boys at the front. In California
a strike of 23,000 shipbuilders; in New
York a strike and because the employ
ers hired one non-union man, there is
a proposed strike of 50,000 longshore
men thus tying up everything. In Mon
tana where common miners were pet
ting $5.25 per day a strike for $(. In
ppeptics Get . Relief
or Money Back j
A Eamarkable Eemedy
contention that over 80 per
f all stomach troubles are either
ty or indirectly due to acidity or
fermentation,- seems to be amply
i by the uniformly instant relief
need by sufferers from indigeg-
ind dyspepsia, who take a tea-
ul ot pure tfi-JNeaia or two, or
of the five grain tablets in a
water immediately after eating.
dvspepties, however, have tried
ny highly praised remedies with
itaining relief, that they havo be
o think nothing can help them,
therefore a matter of pleasant
se to these people to learn that
bottle of Bi-Nesia, either tablets
der, is accompanied by a binding
Intee to return the purchase price
tails to eive complete satisfaction
E)f positive of our confidence that
sia which is readily obtainable
r druggist, is the most remarkable
It ver . known tor dyspepsia, m
ion, acidity, flatulence and stora
roubles eencrnlly. -.
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teiAL WANT ADS PAY
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were without water, food or additional
supplies, nevertheless refused to surren
der and kept the Germans at bay
Some Desperate Fighting.
London, Sept. 27. Four separate and
distinct German counter blows, deliver
ed with terrific force and strength
against Haig's newly won positons in
the Ypres sector, were flung back by
British defenders last night the British
commander's report asserted today.
The enemy struck at the British lines
east of Tower hamlet and fcit. Julien
Gravenstafel road between 4 and 7
o'clock last evening. All of the assaults
Battle front dispatches today indicat
ed the fighting was almost continuous
along all the six mile front over which
the British registered their success yes
terday. The most determined resistance
was encountered from the Germans and
when the British drove them out of
positions tho enemy sought in violent
counter-attacks to regain Zonnebeke
was held frm against enemy attacks.
At several places the Germans succeed
ed in Teaching the British lines, but
were later ejected.
Gained run Mile.
The maximum depth to which the
British drive penetrated the German
lines over the six mile front was ap
proximately a mile in the Zonnebeke
I Later accounts of the fighting yester
day afternoon and evening show it was
most severe, accordin gto the report.
The enemy spared no effort to regain
the important ground captured by our
forces. The struggle was most severe
, in the area south of Polygon wood,
where English, (scotch, Welsh and Aus-
The companies plaving at the fair
travel in 25 coaches, to say nothing of
the freight cars necessary.. The shows
stationed on the grounds are sixteen in
number, besides the Ferris wheel, the
Whip and other riding devices.
Among the largest and most interest-
inir show xvltera ' TIIiiav.TIIiiuif
Seattle a strike on shipbuilding and little man with the clever tricks is the
ono reason is mat luniucr was
sawed in a 10 hour a day mill and they
even advocate a strike among team
sters to refuse to, haul such lumber.
They expect lumbermen to adopt an ,8 j swalows the fir(J -Tbiows the smoke
them, drv the lumber and ship it for
the gratification of the unions and in
the meantime all, shipbuilding imust
cease. Our country may go to the de
monition pow wows. Germany may sink
our ships and if any of our boys do es
cape a watery grave and get across
they mav starve. Is this loyalty and pa
triotism? If so it must be in Germany's
favor for it certainly benefits Germany
to our detriment and they could lo
less harm by joining the kaiser's army.
The Enquirers suggestion that instead
of the president continually sending
men to compromise he should send sol
diers to guard the strikebreakers and
let the work go on.
Girl's Statement Will
Help City of Salem
Here is the girl's own story: "For
years I had dyspepsia, sour stomach
and constipation. I drank hot water
and olive oil by the gallon. Nothing
helped until I tried buckthorn bark,
glvcerine, etc, as mixed in Adler-i-ka.
ONE SPOONFUL helped me IN
STANTLY." Because Adler-i-ka flush
es the ENTIRE alimentary tract it re
lieves ANY CASE constipation, sour
stomach or gas and prevents appendi
citis. It has QUICKEST action of any-
hing we ever sold. J. U- Perry, drug
KNOX MARRIES AGAIN
Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 2J Phi
lander Knox, Jr., son of the former sec
retary of state, is married today to
Miss Josephine Pool. This is-Knox's
second marriage. His first ended at
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Her Latest Success
OF THE lAWr
in possession of the ground captured
during the day."
Paris, Sept. 27. German troops struck
two desperato but unavailing blows on
the Chemin des Damps last night, to
day's official statement reported.
The first attack centered around
Corny. It followed a tremendous German
artillery bombardment. French troops
broke down the attacking waves by con
centrated fire, throwing the enemy back
with heavy losses.
The second assault was around Cali-
fornie plateau and the casemates. It
tralians defeated reoeatcd attemnts to likewise was renelled.
break in. On the right bank of the Meuse the I Whenever the high cost .of living is
"Artillery and infantry fire was fx- J statement reported failure of German under investigation it is found that it is
tmereiy neavy. .Later in the evening the . raids and the same in Alsace and Lor- a toss-up between passing tne bucic ana
lighting gradually died down, we being raine. passing the bunk.
UP IMF TAXES
WILL PAYTOR BRiDGE
Polk Comity to Get About
$50,000 -Dallas Sends
Big Delegation to Fair
(United Press staff correspondent)
Dallas, Sept. 27. Captain Conrad
Stafrin- of Company L, Third Oregon
infantry, spent Saturday and Sunday
with his family and other relatives in
this city. Captain Stafrin was called
to Dallas by the death of David Staf
rin, the infant son of Captain Stafrin 's
brother, Dr. Christie Stafrin. lie left
Monday morning for LaGrande, where
company L is stationed doing guard
Farmer Loses Valuable Horse
J. S. MaCombcr a prominent farmer
of the Oakilale district had the mis
fortune to lose a valuable horse Sun
day evening. The animal was about
eight years old and weighed 1400
pounds. Mr. MaConiber has been hav
ing bad luck with his horses this year,
presiding genius. His sleight of handJ abou,t :,u.n0 irst ,ho had a colt become
. .. . - . inn irln in ha.hn mira Anil out , T H0 lr
so severely that it has been under the
care of a veterinary surgeon ever since
Many Attend State Fair
Many citizens of Dallas availed ihem
selves of the opportunity this week to
attend the state fair now in session in
Salem. Automobiles begin leaving the
city each morning at an early hour and
continue to leave up until nearly noon.
If the bridge across the river was open
for travel about ono third of the popu
lation would attend tho fair each day
Anions the Dallas people who are camp
incr in tho tent city near tho fair
grounds tliis week are Mr. and Mrs. W
V. Fuller and Miss Elizabeth Haytcr
and Mr. and Mrs- William Tatom.
presentations would do credit to any
vaudeville theatre. Mr. "Double Blu-
cy is also a fire eater, at least he
"Josie" the 16-year-old Miss is the
liiggest thing with the show. She tips
the beam at 636 pounds. But she dances
gaily at each performance and dares
uestiny to add more weight. For as
she says, "the more the merrier and I
certainly do love to eat."
The glass workers, spinning and weav
ing glass by hand are much appreciat
ed by all of a mechanical turn of mind.
The miracle show, consisting of liv
ing art poses, dancng dolls, serpentne
dances and concludng with The Miracle
is placed first on "The Trail," is clas
sified as show number 1. The Miracle
is a thing of mystery never to be for
gotten in which a statue comes to life
and goes back to store before the au
dience. Doo Walton, the general man
ager of this attraction, announces that
on Saturday night he will attempt to
periorm a similar teat for any who de
sire it and who will produce the per
son whom they wish turned to stone.
The Cuban Twins, are two little girls,
8 years of age, grown together in a way
more remarkable than the Siamese
twins. These little girls with their par
ents have been exhibted in almost every
city in the United States.
Other features well patronized are:
Neptune's Daughter, a water show, fea
turing Miss Anna Morecroft, assisted
by seven people.
The Wild Animal Hippodrome shows,
The Monkey Speedway, where minia
ture Autos lire operated by monkeys;
the Submarine, a working model of a
"Kaiser Chaser" "The Honeymoon
Trail", High Life, The Silo Dome, the
latest davedevil feat of motorcycle
rides, where two young men rido round
on a perpendicular wall on motorcycles.
All of the free attractions' shown at
the fair are under the Wortham man
Captain ioe Flory whq makes the 100
foot high dive daily s a young man of
28 who has just finished several years
in the U. S. navy. .
De Ternio famous for his balloon
ascensions and triple parachute leap is
a veteran of the show world.
Casteleno with his 250 foot slide for
life each day never fails to produce
These with the outside free cxhibitons
in front of tho tents together with the
smaller attractions should be enough to
engage the interest of Carnival patrons.
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Dallas Bed Cross at Fair
The members of the Dallas auxiliary
of the Willamette chapter of the Red
Cross of Salem will have charge ot a
booth at the stato fair grounds today
for the purpose of soliciting funds for
thjat organization and (the following
women have been appointed on a com
mittee to preside at the booth: Mrs- W.
V. Fuller, Mrs. H. C. Eakin, Mrs. Wil
liam Tatoin, Mrs. Conrad Stafrin, Mrs.
J. R. Craven, Mrs. Oscar Haytcr, Dal
las, and Mrs. Thomas Burch, Mrs. Blain
Southwick, Rickreall, and Mrs. I- L.
Patterson of" Eola. Another box of Red
Cross supplies were shipped to Salem
toy tho local auxiliary this week.
County to Get O. & C. Back Taxes
Polk county will come in for its
share of the back taxes and penalties
which the government will pay on the
Oregon & California land located in
this county. The total amount of back
taxes due since 1913 is $43,082.40 and
the interest and penalties attached
amount to $7,397.30. This amount
domes in handy at the present time as
the county court can pay off their
h of the cost of building the Sa-
rem bridge and still have money left
for road work without going into debt.
' Polls County Fair Prize Contested
The $10 prize offered by the Port
land Seed company for the best dis
play of vegetables grown from its seeds
and awaTdcd to Wm. Lee of Falls City
hv the iudires at the exposition last
week is bctng contested by Mrs. F. M.
Wolft of that city who claims tnat ine
vegetables exhibited by Mr. Lee were
not grown from seeds purchased from
that company. The matter has been
placed in the hands of the seed com
pany by the fair board for settlement-
Mrs. H. B. Honev of Portland is in
the citv a guest at the homo of Dr.
and Mrs. R. O. Virgil.
Mrs. Charles L. Bent of Chicago is
a house guest at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. S. H. Taylor on Asn street, airs.
Bent's husband is a major in the 13th
engineering regiment now with Gener
al Pershing in France.
E- M. TankerBley returned Monday
evening from a short business trip to
Mis Glndvs Louckary of AlcMinn-
ville spent Miuulay at tne nome or. uur
parents in this city.
Mrs. C. V. Johnson of Airlie was
shonoinir in Dallas the first of the
Mrs. W. H. Shreeves of Portland is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Airs.
A. B. Muir.
Mrs. Clarcnco Krnbcr and little son
have gone to Pendleton al ter a month's
IN HER FIRST PARAMOUNT PICTURE
"House of Service"
Last rimes Today
Be Thcro and
Avoid The Bush
WM. S. HART
In His Greatest Yet
"THE COLD DECK"
SmmMC" i ii i nini imi
visit with T)allas relatives. Mr. Krabor
has employment in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Casey and daughter,
Helen, will leave the latter part of the
week for Eugene, where they will make
their homo this winter. Mis Hclou will
attemd the University of Oregon the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blessing and son
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. i.d mossing in &aiem.
Mrs. M. M. Eilis has rcturnod from
Newport where she has been spending
the Bunimer. v
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gestion that Germany is willing to pay
"her share'.' of damages and giant in
dependence to Belgium with the Ton
tons free to develop economically there
squares with word priuted recently by
the United Press based on official em
bassy messages here- That outline said
Germany, in addition to offering Bel
gium independence, wouiit also agree
to slicing up AlsaceLorrain botwocn
Germany and France. This overture is
felt here to be still a possiuuuy.
But officials are turning a deaf car
on all the German peace talk, inas
much as it contains no suggestion tor
elimination of Hohenzollernism, which
President Wilson says Is the only pos
sible basis upon which a peace confer
ence can bo assemoled.
WANTS TO RETAIN
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ceptanco of Bulgaria's terms our arm
ies would be inarching on Constanti
nople. "Germany's offer was unqualified-
Dobrudja and Macedonia were to be
restored. We joined the central powers
not because we had to, but because
we deliberately chose to.
Ready for Peace Now
"Now Bulgaria has attained those
ends for which she entered the war.
She is ready for peace according to
no less authority than Prime Minister
liadoslavoff and wants nothing butj
which by Hangtiago, nationality and
historic right belongs to her. She has
no interest is Germany's reported
Save Your Hair! Make It
Thick, Wavy and Beautiful
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair , is iiiuto uvidunce of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf.
There is nothing bo destructive to
tho hair us dandruff. It robs tho hair
of its lustre, its strength and its very
life; eventually producing a feverish
ness ami itching of the scalp, which
ii not remedied causes tho hair roots
to shrink, loosen and die then the
hair talW-out fast. A little Dimderino
tonight now any time will surely
save your hair.
Get a 25 cent bottle of KnowltonY
Danderine from any drug store or toil
et counter, and after the first applica
tion your hair will take on that lite,
lustre and luxuriance which is so beau
tiful. It .will becomo wavy and fluffy
and have tho appearance of abundnnco,
an incomparable gloss and softness;
but what will please you most will be
aftor just a few weeks' use, when yon
win uctuaiiy see a lot of lino, downy
hair new huir growing all over the
dcaiii of a Mittcl Europii, nor in elim
ination of tho ilohenzullenis.
"Our urniies havo not ' participated
on any battlo front except aguinst Ser
bia, ainl Itnnmnia. They uro holilin-;
what they have won. ah far us 1 know
they will not fight with the Teutons
against France or Eiiglnnd and will en
gage in no offensive except to main-
tain territory which is now occupied.
"Bulgaria has not regretted joining
the central powers. She has attained
what she Kjught territory which is
now and always has been Hiil"itrinri '
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AnCr. Pi'rTilOVA:- "TK Law Or TfiE: LA-: i
APPEARING AT TH OREGON TONIGHT AND TOMORROW
John J. McCraw at the
Liberty Friday and Saturday
Few people are as much before tho
public eye as Manager John J. M
Graw of the New j ork Giants, and
i the news of his appearance in a mo
jtion picture, "One Touch of Nature,"
.is received joyfully by his admirers.
(Many of the scenes of this photodrama
jv.erc filmed at the New Vork Polo
I Grounds, which, however, does not de
tract from the beautiful romance pre
dominant in the picture, but gives it
a novel atmosphere, decidedly pleas
ing. "One Touch of Nature" is released
by George Klcine, through his K- K.
8. E. distributing organisation, and is
a production of the Edison studios,
which means that it is the best thut
can be offered in the art of photodgra
phy, settings and all that is necessary
to make a picture above mediocrity.
John Drew Bennett, Viola Cain, John
J. Mcftraw, the noted baseball mana
ger and other notables are featured in
the cast of "One Touch of Nature,"
to be presented next Friday and Siit-
uruay at the -Liberty theater.
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Children Cry for Fletcher's
3?he Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beea
ia use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of
9 - and has been made under his per
jCEtj: BOnal BuPrvis1011 since its infancy.
Vfuzy. t-C64c4vZ Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but
Erpertoents that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Ciildrji Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORSA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
ge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been ia constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arisijag
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natuiol sleep.
2The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
ii Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought