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TIIE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. TUESDAY. MAY 14. 1918.
THIN PEOPI E
jrothing Liks Plain Bitro-Phosphate to
Put on Firm, Healthy Flesh and
to Increase Strength, Vigor
and Kerre Fore
Judging from the countless prepara
feoas and treatments which are con
, tiauallT being- advertised for the pur
pose of snaking thin peocple fleshy, de
veloping arms, seek and bust, and re
plsing ugly hollows and angle by the
aoft curved line of health and beauty,
tkere re evidently thousand of men
asm women who keenly fee their ex
Thinness and weakness are usually
das to etenred aervee. Our bodlea seed
more phosphate than as contained in
aedera foods. Physicians elaira there
i nothing that will supply this defi
ciency so well as the organic phosphate
known among druggists as bitro-phos-phate,
which is inexpensive and ia sold
if moot aU druggiste nnder a guaran
tee of satisfaction or money back. By
feeding the aerrea directly and by
supplying the body telle with the nee
eaary phosphoric food elements, bitro
phosph&te quietly produces a welcome
traasformarfeiou ia the appearance; the
tarreass ia weight irequently being
This increase in weight also carries
with it a general improvement ia the
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and
la& of energy which nearly always
accompany excessive thinness, toon
disappear, dull eyes become bright, and
pale cheek glow with the bloom of
CAUTION Although, bitro-phoi-phate
ia uasurpassed for relieving
nervousness, sleeplessness and general
weakness it should not, owing to its
remarkable flesh-growing properties, be
used by anyone who does not desire to
put on flesh-
Our idea of innocent c&Udhood U
tour office boy wandering' about with
Sleepy aimleesness, singing "The Wild
'Wild Women are Making a Wild man
TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS
the amount of trade that
is drifting to Schrank's? H
v v a a is
Get your hat this week
as they must go
270 N. Commercial
I SOCIETY l
t By CAROL a DIBBLE
Flowers and felicitations are reach
ing II r. and Mrs. Robert Kinney (At
ties, Moore) of Astoria upon the ad
vent of a bsjhy son, who arrived last
evening. Mrs. Kinney ie the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Moores of Os
tein, who are sbo staring the con
gratulations of many friends upon the
happy occasion, as the new arrival
holds the honor of being the first
grandchild in the family. Mrs. Kinney,
though residing in Astoria sinee her
marriage, whiuh was a large social
event of Salem a few summers ago,
has frequently visited here, where she
numbers a host of girlhood friends.
The many Salem friends of Dr. and
Km Frank Snedecor of Birmingham,
Alabama, are wek'oming their return
to Salem for an extended visit. The
visitor arrived Sunday night and are
being entertained ss the guests of Mrs.
Snedaeor's slater, Mrs. R. P. Boise, at
her residence on Court street
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Fisher went
to Kugene today for a short stay.'
Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Smith and chil
dren, Robert and Virginia, of Portland
passed Sunday in Satan visiting
friends, motoring back Sunday even
ing. Miss Helen Whitney of Portland
was a truest over the week end of Miss
Mr. and Mm. Otto Metsehan and
Mies Nita Matlock motored up from
Portland Sunday, for the day.
They were the guests of Mr. Met
scfcnn's sister, Mrs. Ij. F. Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Sutherland and
baby, Donald, of Portland were week
end" guests of Mr. Sutherland's par
ent, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sutherland,
motoring home Sunday night.
Th regular parent teai'hers meeting
at the Lincoln school wiU take the
form f a May day celebration tonight,
when a pretty program nnder the di
rection of Mis. J. W. Harbison, presi
dent of the circle, will be given.
Schnmk pays cash for produce, butter, eggs, poultry,
Schruuk sells groceries, dry goods, etc., for less .
Sdirunk gives 5 cent dicount on every dollar's worth
of goods carried home by the customer .
A. W. SCHRUNK
Ihe iaia crowning of tho May ueen
will take place, followed by several
fulk daniea by a numtww of children
under the charge of Mi.-w Powers, the
phystt-ai director, and Mis Floy But
ton. The pupil of Miss Abbie S. Davis
will dramatize the stories they have
read and the students of the Lincoln
junior nigh school will contribute the
music for the evening, solos being giv
en by Miss Gertrude AHrich and Miss
Dan Fry. Jr., arrived home last night
on a week 's furlough from tamp Fre
mont, California, where he is station
ed iu the ordnance department. Mr.
Fry left Salem early ia January fol
lowing his completion of the ordnance
course at Eugene. He will be the guest
of his parents, Mr- and Mrs. Daa J
Fry, at their residence on South High
street, during his stay ia Salem.
Mrv George W. Gray and two little
;:-ls, Prudence and Georgian are vis
i'iug ?'-. Gray's parents, Mr. and
M s. M. L. .Tones, at Lsvbish Meadows,
b-f'tre let.vinj for eastern Oregon,
where they will join Mr. Gray on a
large wheat ranch during the summer
During the absence of the Grays,
Mrs. A- L. Johnson and family will be
domiciled in the Gray residence, 1281
State street. Mrs. Katherin Upmeyer
has taken Mrs. Johnson's home at 1135
North Summer street, and plans to re
side there permanently.
Mrs. C. W. Beckett was nostess at a
delightful picnic dinner Sunday at her
residence on the Wallace road, eom
plimenitary to her sister, Mrs. Ada
Lake, who is leaving the latter part
of tli a week for her home in Yiroqua,
Wisconsin, after a winter's sojourn In
Oregon, visiting relatives . and friende.
lAni impromptu muskal program added
to the enjoyment of the afternoon.
The ocWtaion was also pleasantly
marked by a handsome presentation of
table linen to the honor guest.
Tha gathering included: Mrs- Lake,
Mrs. Marion Putnam, Mrs. Jack White
Mr. and Mirs. D. 8. A dame, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Southwick, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Richmond of Dallas and daughter
Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine South
wick of Rickreall, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W.
Beckett, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beckett,
Miss Velma White, Miss Southwick,
Mise GayneH Bock a", Miss Carol Dib
ble, Ellis White, Glenn Southwick,
Enoch Skirvin, Russell Beckett.
Word has been received by Salem
frienJs of the arrival of Dr. William
Carlisle in Paris. Dr. Carlisle left Sa
lem early in the spring with the pur
pose of engaging iaiV, M. C7 A. field
work in France. Mrs,; Carlisle is lo
cated ia Portland temporarily, prepar
atory to being called to service in a
The tenth birthday anniversary bt
Bert Hotfhine was the occasion of a
merry little theater party at the Ye
Liberty last evening, followed by a
birthda- supper at the home of the
hoot's mother, Mrs. Nina Hoffhine, at
otit) north High street The table was
prettily centered with the candle-be
decked birthday cake, while- pink car
nations furnished lovely table decora
tion. Mrs. Hofihine was assisted ia
serving the juvenile guests by her sis
tor. M3 Ad M Liter.
Thoee bidden were: Loren Porter,
Virginia Berger, Guyenaeth Edwards,
Elise Wright, Eleanor Wright, Nona
Ling, Karl Steiner, Alvm Burton,
Malcolm Grafter, Warren Kennedy.
Yfi-i T, V PnitWk nf Tmlenend-
emse pasted the week end in Salem as
the truest of tier enter, Mrs. wiinam
Mrs. George Watson and children,
Margaret and Douglas, left for New
York l-Vtr today, wlere they wut man
their home nntU Mr. Watson returns
from France. Mr. Watson, Rev. James
Elvin and . Hatvenen are among
the Salem men, who are doing X. M. C.
A. work in Franc now.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Bligfc wer
week end visitors at Seaside.
Mr. France Howard King and
small son of Butte, Montana, are the
guests of Mrs. King's mother, Mrs.
Blanche Howard, .
UNIT PRESS STAFF
(Continued from page ne)
played upon them by the treacherous
Ukrainian land owners, who had sold
Ukrania to Germany. During the win
ter when food was scarce and fighting
was difficult, Ukrainian peasants
were forced to submit to the land owa
ers' government. But everyone who
has been familiar with conditions m
Ukrainia has oeen expecting that, with
the opening of spnu and the conse
quent improvement in the food situa
tion, the Uktajnian peasants would r-
voiv mna again incir own irnituroua
government and against German
For Burning Eczema j
Greasy salves and ointments should not
be applied if cood clear skin is wanted.
From any druggist for 35c, or $1.00 for
extra large sue, get a bottle of semo.
When applied aa directed it effectively
removes ecsema, quickly stops itching, and
beals skin troubles, also sores, burns.
wounds and chafing. It penetrates, cleanses
and soothes. Zemo is a clean, dependable
and inexpensive, penetrating, antiseptic
uquM. i ry it, as we Deheve nothing you
have ever used is aseffect hre and satisfying.
Th E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland, a
tws From the
A police department is one of the
principal organizations of a city
through which the moral, social and
business interests of a city are preserv
ed, and for this reason, .the head of
th department, as well as each mem
ber, should be composed of individ
ualo. whose ability, character and good
judgment in the maintenance of the
law and ordinances, commands the re
spect and approval of all who are in
terested in the, welfare of the commu
nity. Because of the fact that I will
not be able to metift personally with
every voter who is interested in the
nomination of a city marshal, and that
I am depending upon my record as a
peace officer guarding the public
safety, for the nomination on Mav 17.
for the purpose of information. 1 sub-
niit the following statements: I was
born in lluntsville. Mo-. 1818: was con
verted to the Christian faith at Hepp-
ner, urrgos, iobi; came to Maietn
1903: was in government service dor'
ing the war with Spain and the insur
rection in the Philippines, from May
1st, 1898, to March 1st, 1902. I here
quote from endorsements of such ser
"From personal observation ef
Sergt. Wright, 1 can recenrmend him
moat highly; he hae eshibtted eom
raaadable courage ia the field and ia
the performance of his dutr a a aon-
vommlssioned officer and soldier, show
ing that he possesses ability which
qualifies him for a higher position. I
believe that it would be to the inter
est of the service to grant hisa a com
niiaon. ' '
(Signed.) C. D. Dudley, 2nd Lieut.
"His service with the scout was
excellent indeed. He accompanied the
expedition to Bayontboag, and by his
bravery and skill, gaining the rear of
an insurgent trench, saved the com
mand from what might have been a
destruotive fire, whHe passing the sum
mit of the Car&balloa. I cau endorse
Lieut Dudley's statements." J. .
Monroe, lt Lieut. 4th. cavalry.
"From persona) observation ef Sergt
Joseph . Wright, while ha was ea
duty as chief of regimental scout
during the recent campaign ia th
north, I can concur in the preeeeding
endorsements, and recommend him for
E. M. Hayes, Lieut. Col. 4th, Cav.
"(.tarex'tor exeeJteut, service hon
est and faithful."
John 0hea. captain 4th cavalry.
'Greater love hath no mas thaa
this, that a man lay down his fcfe for
his friends; ' our two best friends are
our country and onr God, and ia this,
the hour cf our country 'a greatest
need of loyal men aad women, let us
stand united, for our God, for onr
country aad for the fclessrnirs ef de
mocracy triumphant. I resaierttuliy ak
your supfert for the nomination ef
eity marshal. Yours for a clean city.
JOSEPH K. WRIGHT,
S08 Bush St., 7th Ward. Night desk
sergeant police department.
(Paid Adv.) Mayl3 14-16
Your OPPORTUNITY to elect a TRAINED nan to head your state
government, one who has never before been in politics, who is a
staunch friend of the workingman, who has a successful business
record of twenty years, whose energy has made him a worker, whose
experience has made him a builder, whose training has made him a
thinker, and whose ability has made him a leader;
YOUR OPPORTUNITY to elect THIS type of man Governor of Ore
gon is found in
it bf 4a. a 1 (Republican) Candidate for the nom-
LJ.S.MPS0Nj3 in thePrim"
troops. The latest, rejwts from both
Germany and Chrainia indicate that
these expectations are being fulfilled.
The peasants of Ukrainia are learning
that to make the Russian revolution
effective for themselves they must
hcJp the rest of tie allies to whip
It is a safe assumption that peasants
in other parts of Russia, will in time
discover, as the Ukrainian peasants
are discovering, that they must re
enter the war against Germany if they
expect to retain not only the supposed
benefits of the revolution but even the
little land whU-h they now possess.
There are influences whi. h may jus
tify the allies in believir that Rus
sia has not definitely and permanent
ly surrendered to Germany. They are
influences which must cause great un
easiness in German military circles and
which will make it n:icssary as the
summer advances and the food situa
tion improve in Russia for the Ger
man to move considerable forces to
the Russian front.
(Continued from page one)
was aetive last night in the Sonime and
Ancre sectors," Field Marshal Haig re
"An cu.oniy party attacking a post
west of Merville was repulsed with loss.
"We carried out a successful raid
northeast of Robecq last night. We took
ome prisoners and suffered no casual-
Given French Cross.
With the Amerieaa Army in Lorraine,
May 13. Major Ralph Eoyce of Han
cock, Mich., and Lieutenants H. G. Gar-
side of New York and P. D. Meyers of
Milwaukee, have been decorated with
the French war cross.
Hoyce was the first American to mate
a strictly American reconnaisance over
ut t'frman lines.
Garsiu aad lleyji? ojt April 12, com
pleted an infantry liaison under heavy
German machine gun fire.
"American Chick Co.
Takes Uipqse Step to
The American Chicle Co. has again
come into the lime light by introduc
ing an id that will in ail probabili
ty bo followed by many other manu
facturers ia this country. The com
pany has prepared a set of eighteen
sropans referring to war savings stamps
--liberty foomd food ctfiservation
and Red Cross work.
A slogan wiU pear 0n every 5c
package and every penny stiok of
chewing gum manufactured by tho Am
JOHN' H. CKaDLEBACGH
11. - . . .
Caadidate lor neminatien on the
demrti ticket for Justin of the
psaea, saiem Strict. His mrmbfr is
1V aocl e ms between it and his
' v '
name will be highly satisfactory to
him, and he hope to yon.
- SOCIAL JUSTICE
OF A MAN FOR GOVERNOR"
Should Be Re-elected
Ralph E. Williams is tbo republican
candidate for national committeeman,
and has strong letters cf recommenda
tion from William Wilcox, ex-chairman
of the republican natioiifll commit
tee, Willi H. Hays, present tlairman
of the republican national committe,
and George W. Perkins, chairman of
the executive committee of tho nation
al progressive party. He is endorsed
by all of tho leading republicans of
Oregon, together with every ex-official
of the progressive party, including-
their national committeemen1 end
state and county chairmen. With these
endorsements and the work Ralph Wil
liams has done for the party, he is en
titled to re-elevtion. Kvctry republican
in Oregon should vote for Mr, JVilliams
(Paid adv ) ' 5 13
erican Chicle Co. An example of some
of the slogans will be as follows:
"Help the boys ait the front hcou
"Buy a liberty bond and help win
"Our 'boys over there depend on
you buy war savings stamps."
"The Red Cross is a friend in need
over there. Help the Red Cross."
Eighteen similar sloxrans will bo
featured continually by the American
Chicle Co. The average consumer has
no idea what the distribution of prop
aganda in this way means.
For instance the American Chicle
Co., from the Taofic coast factory,
located in San Francisco, ddetributes
about 25,000,000 wrappers monthly,
which represents an enormous produc
tion and one that is igrowing rapidly
so when you buy your 5c .package of
chewing gum read the slogan on tho
outside package and read tihe slogans
On tie inside penny sticks but dVn't
stop at the reading if yon have not al
ready done so do something to help
one of the causes featured on the slo
gans. These slogans will appear en such
varieties as Adam California Fruit
Adams Black Jack Beemans Pepsin
and Adams Pepsin, and also on many
other varieties manufactured by the
American Chicle Co.
Newspapers of Ccurty
Have Only Kind Wcrds
for Loujs Lackiand
The newspapers of the county, many
of them have been throwing bouquets
at Louis Lachmuud, since he announc
ed his candidacy for the state rnatc.
These voluntary contributions show the
I esteem in which he is held, and also,
that this liking is general m all parts
of the county. This is due to the fact
that "Louie" has had dealings with
hop growers in all parts of the valley,
Judge Thos. F. Ryan
Republican Candidate for
FOR THE LAST SEVEN YEARS ASSISTANT STATE
TREASURER AND RESIDENT OF SALEM.
BASES HIS CANDIDACY UPON HIS EXPERIENCE
AND RECORD FOR ABILITY AND EFFICIENCY.
"The voters of this State need Men who understand
the work which it is thpir rlnfv ti An- onA n.on nf .
t J it., J..i?
uFdtll'j uu uu uuues wiucn aevoive upon tnem; Jlen
who are honest, fearless
C uuvuoiutuuaduuge i UUS. r . IVyan. Lian-
1 by NeWS.
and th.?y all swear by, instead of at
him. That in itself is an indorsement
of his business methods. As mayor he
established a reputation for square open
dealing, putting his cards on the table
arid calling things ly tlrcir right names.
Ho lias the courage of his convictions,
backs what he says, says what ho thinks
and says it intelligently and forcefully.
Thot Marion county's interests will be
in good hands if lie is sent to the sen
ate is conceded by nil. Of course no oe
can tell what the result of the .election
will be, but those making of the slotcs
and picking the winners invariably put
Lachmund down as one of the state sen
ators. Dr. Alexander Graham Bell say
that the world is going to depend more
and more upon aleohol, and it goes
without saying Ir. Iell refers to it
external use only.
We would venture that it looks rath
er glum for BcTghinv.
A huge sore very deep full of fml dis
charge. Agoayallday-.nomtatnifht. Thesi
r-Jutt a few dropi of the gentle, cooling liquid,
D. D. D. Irritation and pain gone. Sweet, fv
freshinor sleep at night. In due time. complete
core. We (ruaronlee U.D.1X . - - .
Th.e Licmid. Wash
J. O. Perry.
VOTE 48 X
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
NOMINATION FOR STATS
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