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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. FRIDAY, APRIL 26. 1913.
0 CIE TY
To Relieve Sick Headache
Remove (he Cause!
By Carol S. Dibble
refund money if it fails. 25c
WHEN your head aches you will usual
ly find that you are constipated and
bilious. To correct constipation and clear
the system of the fermenting congestion
of stomach waste, foul fcases and bile, use
(Che Perfect Laxative
' Drufc Stores Everywhere 50 cts. sJ $1.00 !
A TRIAL BOTTLE CAM EE OBTAINED, FPEE OF CHARGE, BY WRITING
TO DR. V. B. CALDWELL, 457 WASHINGTON ST., MONTICELLO. ILLINOIS
COLN BELT GIVES
(Continued from page one)
tt its being necessary to tc plant in
ame localities," said Mr. Coupland.
" We have used our authority to com
mandeer stools of seed corn is here
eeest-ry and also to place an em
bargo on the shipment of aeed corn
from the date until our own state's
needs wore met. The low germinating
quality of tone of the seed from the
crop of 1917 made it necessary to test
the teed corn and we bow have aeveral
men in the field doing this and co
operating witli the farmer in making
their owa teste-
"The Nebraska acreage I believe
rill be little above uormal. "
(Continued from page one) j
disablement benefits. Miss Btarkey, a
tudent, saved Luey B. McDowell aud
Annie Mclwell from being shot by a
lunatic m Huntingdon, W Vo., on Feb
ruary 16, 1915.
The father of Hugh V, Proctor, de
ceased, of Colon, N, 0., was awarded a
silver medal and 1,000. His son lost
liia lifo trying to save Floyd Hhipe from
being killed by a truiu at Wil ton, V'a.,
on May 7, 1917.
MAN POWER AND
(Continued from page one)
fores today on any front except the
Next to man xrwvr demanded to
meet this, determination, according to
DoBilly, stands out as the most vital
question. Anything that can be done,
tuust be dov0 ,the Frenchman said, to
inspire the people and workingmen of
America to tie trying need far ships.
Ugly, Unsightly Pimples
Give Heed lo the Warning.
Pimples on the face and other
parti of the body are warnings from
Nature that your blood is sluggish
and Impoverished. Sometimes they
foretell eczema, bolls, blisters, scaly
erupticns and other skin disorders
thst burn like flames of fire.
They mean that your blood need
8. S. S. to purify it and cleanse it of
these impure accumulations that can
cause unlimited trouble. This remedy
Is the greatest vegetable blood Dim-
How Is Your
Now is the time to replenish and here is
your opportunity. Golf Shirts with launder
ed or French Cuffs, Soft Collar Shirts, flat
or military style and the jauntv Sport Shirt.
' b every size, style and grade, we show a most exceptional assortment of pat
terns tor selection, all of which are distinctly good, but affording ample oppor
tunity for personal preference. .
Net today, but two vears ago, these Shirts would have been splendid values
a sn pries. Today they are EXTRAORDINARY GOOD BUYS at
85c TO S2.00 ,
America must, exert its greatest ef
fort now .while the danger is acute,
and at the same time prepare for con
tinuing the struggle through 1P19 and
As for the American boys now in
France, the commissioner said both
Oenerols Foch and Petaiu had spoken
very highly of Pershing's men.
"They are well trained as shown by
tlioir re out fighting. They have done
well wherever they have been," he
Then one of the French majors en
" Ve 1 have seen many of them my
self. They are as fine fighting mou as
I ever suw. This country may be as
sured they will hold their own wherev
er they aro placed."
But in tho face of Oerniany's gigan.
tie efforts tho allies "must only
stand together, not afraid of the wua
but ready to face it, united in com
uiand and pur,ioee and the future 19
assured," said W. DoBilly.
COAST OIL USERS
(Continued from page one)
shortage. Alincwt every pnper mill in
the Pacifies northwest, where nearly
all the Paaifie coast s supply of paper
comes from, runs directly from natural
water power, and fuel oil is used only
for auxiliary h.t. Aortkwent paper
nulls consume on (in average of only
05,0(10 barrels of oil a month.
About 4,000,000 acres of government
oil kinds aro now tied up by litiga
tion. Oil men and the fuel oil admin
istration are trying to push through
congress legislation to release these
The Huns In Hindenburg's nrny who
haven t been killed, wearing their iiiii
new uniforms in which tlicy were going
to parado in Paris on April 1, must
feel pretty sore now about being all
dressed up aud no place to go.
Are Signals or Bad Blood
tier known, and contains no minerals
or chemicals to injure the most deli
Go to ycui drugstore, and get
bottle ot . S. &'. today, and get rid
of tho:-i unsightly and disfiguring
pimples, and other skin irritations.
Ant1 u will cleanf your blood thor
oughly. If you wish special medical
advice, you can obtain it without
charge by writing to Medical Direc
tor, 29 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta,
itiQ ramp w . Patterson of Camp
i-cwis will be the week end guest of
ui prn, Ji r. anu .urs. Isaac- ie
Patterson, at their country home near
r.o. vaptam rarterson is first oni -
cer or instruction or Uompany u, in
the officers third training camp, which
has just completed the argued course
of instruction. Captain Fatttrsoa, is
expected to arrive tomorrow and will
be accompanied from Portland by his
brother, Lee Patterson.
Mrs. tharles Ramp of Astoria, who
lia. 1 een the guet of Mrs, Edwin L
1-aker a" her residenc on Center street
raurued homo yesterday. Mr. Ramp
accomimnied Mrs. Bamp to Salem, go
i.ix U 1 to A.noria early in the week.
The Banips are former Kalem resi
dents. Mrs. Henry Froelich of Los Angeles
is the house guest of Mrs. George 11.
Burnett at her residence on .North
S. B. Elliott and sister. Mrs. Burke.
have returned from a short sojourn at
An entertainment for the benefit ot
. Monica's Altar society has been ar
ranged for this evening at St. Jos
eph ' hall. An esjiecially good program
has been planned, which will be fol
lowed by darning. The committee in
charge of Uie evening includes Mrs.
A. E. Huckestein, Mrs. J. Davidson,
Mrs. Ed Quinn, Mrs. U. S. Page, Mrs.
Mrs. Arthur B. Wilson is enjoying a
conubiued pleasure and business trip
in Seattle, Washington, and Victoria
B. C. Hhe will bo gone about ten days.
AlMMit fouteen of the Pythian Sis
ters went to Independence, last night,
where they attended a banquet nd
initiation at the local lodge. Those
Buying Liberty Bonds
Made Belter Workers
Reports coming in to the Highway
Department from the field forces indi
cate that the purchase of Liberty
Bonds by employes of tho department
not only assists fhe Government in its
war program, but the field wen. re
vort that the enthusiasm generated by
tho Liborty Loan Campaign through
the camps has resulted in nint h more
seal in the construction work under
way by the employes and a very
notieeabio lowering in unit costs.
At one of the camps, the engineer
reports that arrangements were; made
with a total commit toe to visit a cer
tain, contractor. The contractor ac-
cuinded the party and at each
gathering addressed the men, stating
that subscriptions were not in any wise
compulsory but to purchase Liberty
Bonds was the proper thing to do and
thoe ev.'rr man owed it to himself as
an American eitizen to buy a bond and
assiHt tho Government thut far at least
in the winning of the war. lie notified
them that ho had his check book with
him and a fountain pen in working
order, and thut any man who desired
an advance on his wages could have
any amount up to the extent ot that
due h i in at this time for the purpose
of Liberty Bonds.
One camp is reported to have pur
chased in excess of $5,000 and, in clos
nig tho report, the engineer states,
"This entirely gratuitous assistance
given by the men had such an enliven
ing effect upon them that 1 am pleased
to report a distinct drop in unit costs
due clearly to greater iwrformaucej
within the eight hour period since that
making tie tnp were Mrs. D. 1). Olm
sted. Mm. Ed Gardner, Mrs. Julia
i i-avis, jars. Juaura Cellars, Mrs. Marj
Andresen, Mrs. Emnia tuniniervilie.
; Jtrs. ry Katciitfe, Mrs. Whe KBox,.some lives have been lost.
Mrs. Susie Prm enter. Mrs. Hall Scaeli'
berg, Mrs. alary . Cox, Mrs. Irene St
Helens, Mrs. John Bhipp.
Mrs. Hattie Wilson has gone to
AJfeolecn, Washington, where she will
join her husband, John J. Wilson, for
a week's stay.
The RaiAateriaa Bed Cross auxiliary
met yesterday Afternoon et the bone
Of Mrs Boy Shields on North Fifth
street It will meet next Thursday with
Mrs, Albert A. Siewert, 1249 South
Mr and Mm. John W. Todd were
hosts at a merry indoor picnic Monday
evening at tUeir home on Hel.evnf
street, complimentary to Paul Irviu,
principal of the Lincoln school, who
leaves next weei for Georgia to take
the ordnance course. The guests includ
ed tne teacners ox the Lincoln school.
Wednesday night Mrs. Todd was
hostess for the members of the Lobeca
Sunday school class of the First Meth
odist church at their Tegular monthly
dinner. A report was read concerning
the conference recently held at Dallas
of the girls composing Team H. Miss
Jeasie Cox was an additional guest for
Mrs. Koy Mills and children have
returned from a visit of several days
at Newberg,. Mm. Mills entertained
as guests today at her home on Court
street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills ot
7 y" s
Before applying powder give your
skia a protecting coat of
Shields skin against wind and weather.
Prevents tan and tunbam. Ketps skin soft
and velvety. Eliminates ctmst oi most com
plejuoo defects. Absolutely easential to
proper care of facial beauty. Try it.
MBS. BENE SCOTT
225 tf. High St.
Sends Lots of Supplies
To Its Auxiliaries
.Willamette chapter of the Bed Cross
has received this week shipments ag
gregating 9,024 yards of various mater
ials, valued at $2,502.43. for distribu
tion among the various auxiliaries of
The supply department, under the
supervision of Mrs. W. H. Dancv. has
Ven working strenuously for the past
several days packing and torwarding
muslin, outing flannel and other sup
plies to the auxiliaries in Marion and
Polk counties where it will be rapidly
worked into hospital garments and re
turned to the headquarters to be
packed for oversea shipment.
Uliamctte v haptcr is now com
posed of 152 Auxiliaries and four
Branches. Fifty of theae auxiliaries
and three of the. branches are located
in Polk county, 12 of which, were sup
plied from this shipment with 1W5
yards vulvcd at $378.o'7.
iorty-mx of tho Marion county aux
iliaries were furnished with 3029 yards
with a totul valuation of $831.04.
While a majority of the auxiliaries
are now self sustaining, the Chapter
makes -no distinction between those,
and the ones which are not, 'but all re
quests for materials Rre filled in the
order received at the office, regardless
of location or financial condition.
Dilujs in shipment and trun.iorta
tion aud the great scarcity of merchan
dise are Buch that the Chapter has been
unaslo to keep a supply on hand,
)rders are .outstanding for aiinrori
niately 40,000 yards of materials which
will cott in the neighborhood of
of Lo ChhgHing
Mrs, Ora'Hing, widow of Lo Chun-
lliug, who was killed Anl 4. 1918.
when run down by a truck, filed a pe
tition with the couiitr court yesterday
asking that Ed Blessing be appointed
administrator of tlw Lo Chiug Hing es
tate. In the petition she recites that Lo
jCliing Hing was a citizen of the Uiiit-
el states, having been born in Portland
and she also a citizen of this country
born in San Francisco.
No real estate was left "but ther.j is
personal property and a claim against
Dan Larmcr. The heirs of the estate be
sides the widow aro a follows: Charley
Hing, age 10; H.'nry Hing, age 9; Wil
liam Hing, age 8; Ura Hing, age 6;
Oliver Hing, ago 5 Albert Hing, ago
3; Earl Hing, Hire 3 months.
Judge Bushey appointed Ed Blessing;
administrator a priy-ed for in the pe-l
tition and as appraisers of the estatej
Janu s Ingalls, Ivan O. Martin and Jo-:
8TROMBOL.I TV ERTTPTTOV
I Home, April 25. Mont Strtmboli
ia violent eruption. Palling lava has
'set i'ir to vineyards, it is believed
Stroniboli is a voice nie island, the
northeasternmost oi the Liiari Island
located in the Mediterranean off the
north coast of Sicily. The volcano is
3040 feet high. The island has a popu
laSon of about 2i00.
FRECKLES AND BLOTCHES
AJLE EASILY PEELED OFT
If you are bothered with any enta
neous blemish, it's a poor plan to use
paint, powder or anything else to cov
er it up. Too often this only emphasiz
es the defect. Besides, it's muck eas
ier to remove the disfigurement with
ordinary mercolized wax. Applied
nightly, the wax will gradually remove
freckles, pimples, moth patches, liver
spots, sallowness, red blotches or any
surface eruption. The affected cuticle
is actually absorbed, a little each day.
until the clear, soft, youthful and
beautiful skin beneath is brought whol
ly to view.
Ask the druggist for one ounce of
mercolized wax and use this like you
use cold crCam. Beencve in the .morn
ing with soap and water. Many who
have tried this simple, harmless treat
ment report astonishing results.
Seventeen Dead and
58 Wounded Today's Report
Washington. April 26. Nine killed
in action, five died of wounds, three
from disease, 33 wounded severely and
25 wounded slightly was reported in
today's casualty list from General
Lieutenant Julien N. Dow, previous
ly reported killed in action, is now re
ported a prisoner in Germany, wound
The list follows:
Killed In Action . '
Sergeants Harry T. Corbin, William
R. Knapp, Corporal Louis M. Holmes.
Privates Harry J. Adkins, LHMmar J.
Warner, Jc-snnh Dimarco, Charles G.
French, Joseph F. Gaudette, Ralph Pa-
Died ef Wounds
Privates Albert Adams, George J.
Duto. Re.niainin Kasictt. Clarence F.
Pyrah, Charles L. Shull-
jxed ef uiseasig
Serge'ant Cooper D. Wells, Mechanic
John L. Ehrle, Private George C. Boss.
Captain Henry H. Worthington, Lieu
tenants Orlando C. Brown, Edward M.
Fseeman. John J. Hyde. Harry F. Kel
ly, Sergeants F. B. Himes, Abe Rus-
kin, Corporal George w. sterling, .;ooks
Frank Anker, Jcseph N. Wood, Pri
vates Alex Allerdice, Joseph Amedeo,
Leon K. Harden, Hugh Carroll, John
P. Cottinghaf, Ralph J. Cullinan. Mal
vern Davis. Michael J. Dillon, Harper
H. Faulkner, John Gawlak, John Ui
guerre, John F. Gregger, Bailsio Gui
dora, George E. Hight, George Alfred
Hopfrtm, Robert L. House, Julius Kul
hayi. Frank F. Mellon, Peter Modzel
evski, John- Xorrus, Kamtiel R. Schlim-1
per, Ben L. Sicmon, Charles W. Wil
liafson. Among the slightly wounded were
Lieutenants William H. Kirk and, .Al-)
fred P. Kivlin.
Privates Thomas Connolly, Charles
A. Wiggins and Michael K. Holmes,
previously reported missing, are - now
reported wounded in action.
Market Was Oaict
But Tone Is Firm
Kew York, April 26. The X.ew York
Evening Sun financial review today said i
iuuay's abbreviated session of the j
stock market was a quiet affair. The
tone was firm. Prices of the standard
industrial and railroad shares were
fractionally higher while some of the;
specialties achieved broad gains of one!
to two points or more. News develop
ments concerning the war contiuued toi
tv a character to eause hesitation. j
Most accounls had been largely ad- S
lusted earlier in the week in auticipa-,
tion of the half closing today, making j
a virtual recess from Thursday to Mon-:
day." Growing confidence in abetter!
showing for the liberty loan was a mild-,j
ly conservative influence. I
Perhaps the factor which contributed j
most toward advancing the industrial
list today was the buying of luitct
States Steel. I
There was little business in the other i
stdcl shares. A spectacular feature was j
an advance of more than 3 points in !
Superior Steel. Other strong spots were,
Distilltrs Securities, International Paper,
American Sumatra Tobacco and Corn'
Products Refining. Rails were thin in ;
the extreme and steady.
Will Strike Monday
San Francisco, April 26. A general ,
strike of foundry employes throughout j
Every Package You Eat
Meeting every demand of Fashion and reflecting the
matchless skill of clever designers and expert tailors.
Here is a most interesting t ssortraent of these
nearly indispensable garments tagged at specially
attractive prices. '
Even though-the prices are extremely reasonable,
you may be sure that the garments are in every way
up to the standards of the newest fashion, of in
yariably high grade materials and of most thorough
COATSfrom ...... . : . . . . .... ...... $14.75
SUITS from... $16.48
SERGE DRESSES from . $9.75
SILK DRESSES-from $12.48
IL G. Shipley Company j
Quality Merchandise-Popular Prices
the bay district will bo called Monday,
officials of the International Brother
hood of Foundry Employes announced
today. Plants in San Francisco, Alamo
da, Oakland, South City, Rjrkeley and
San Leandro to the number of 55, with
five thousand employes, will be affect
ed, according to union officials detail
ed to notify tho mou to be in readiness
to walk out.
" The trend of the times
is to place commodities
usable by all at the serv
ices of all so what Was
once a luxury is now an
Henry Ford made au
tomobiling (once the ex
clusive diversion of the
opulent ' and purse
proud) the everyday ex
perience of the middle
class and the average
So ! seek to put den-
tistry by specialists at
the disposal of those
who, while appreciating
superior service yet de
mur at non-essentials to
efficiency and quality.
That I have succeeded
is demonstrated by tan
A clash between thn) employers and
the union regarding a (3.90 daily wage
for moulders' helpers caused the trouble.
Employers declare there is no such a
trade, and classify those helping the
moulders as laborers, paying them
$3.57 a day.
' The foundry workers allege this vio
lates their recent agreement with the
California Foundry Asoscitttion. The
strike vote resulted. ,.
gible proof the larg
est, mest successful,
completely e q ui p p e d
dental organisation in
Tainless Parker Den
tistry is good dentistry
put within the reach of
all, on a business basis
of common-sense fees i
and no charge accounts
for the cash paying
patient to shoulder.
A fight for dental
freedom is your fight
and my fight. It means
more dentistry and bet
ter dentistry. Competi
tion cannot hurt the
man who knows his
business. Only the in
competent and unskill
Hours 8 to 6. Closed Sundays
STATE AND COMMERCIAL BTS.
. 3ALSJ3I, OSEGON.
Nineteen ofices located as follows: Saa
Francisco (2), Oakland, Stockton, San
Diego. Santa Crai, Los Angeles, Fres
no, Baker8field, Sacramento and San
Jose, Caiif.; Portland, 6aleia" and En
jrene. Ore.; Tacoraa and Bellingham,
Wasb.; Brooklyn, N. Y. (2): New
York City, K. Y. .