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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. TUESDAY, JUNE 4. 1918.
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to add to her youthful charm and the older
to Lecp hers. Tonight it is the lecret of
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neck, imparting an exquisite pearly luster
and fragrance to the skin.
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here have met with great success in New
York. They can be used separately, or to
gether u a "Complete Complexion Toilette."
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2160 Superior Avx, Clsveland, Ouio
By CAEOL S. DIBBLE
(Continued from page one)
and was engaged to a girl ia Philadel
phia, whose photograph he showed.
i Men for the submarine blockado of
the Edna was destroyed, Rocker and ' t'ic United States coast are being druft
others of the crew were imprisoned in
the submarine mora than a week.
This German mate, who refused to
tell his name, told Rocker that:
lie had lived in Now York eitfht vears
The Outdoor Girl
Protects tht skin and
complexion from all
Soothing and healing
after exposure. Relieves
sunburn, tan and rough
or chapped skins. Try it
SrndJOe. for Trial Sin
rPFRD. T. HOPKINS SON, New York
ed from among sailors formerly in the
merchant marine, familiar with Ameri
The present German blockading fleet
left Kiel seven weeks ago, getting a
tremendous sendoff. Photographs of this
celebration were displayed.
TL.' submarines now on patrol carry
six months' supplies, but. expect to stay
here one year by taking provisions and
fuel from ships which are sunk.
The voyage from Germany to this
country wa made by way of the West
Indies, within sight of the Bahamas
(near where th.o collier Cyclops myster
iously disappeared) and up the coast
near Cape Hatteras.
U-boats in this patrol are 325 feet
long and carry five inch guns (this is
a larger type of German submarine than
any known in the navy lifts, and its
number Jul, Indicates it was recently
built, as U-100 is the highest listed).
UNCLE SAM SENDS CIRCUSES
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The submarines at present off this
coast are only an advance guard.
Each has a crew of thirty five men,
exclusive of officers.
From his owa observations while
aboard th.9 U-boat, Rocker saw that the
vessel carried tools marked U-153. The
Germans took ten days supplies from
the Kdna, but the American prisoners
were ted black bread, canned hash and
very bad jam. Ono hundred ca&es of oil
wero removed from the Edna to the
The Americans carried their phono
graph with them, and traded records
with the Germans, who wcr,j willing to
play anything except "My Country 'Tis
oi i neo."
Officers of the submarine wore regu
lation navy uniforms but the crew wore
leather junipers. They carried souvenirs
from the ships sunk, among them being
the U. o, . flag from the Edna, which
the Germans hauled down.
Alien Females Are All
Required te Register
Alien females of the age of 14 years
and upwards are required to register
between June 7 and June 26. In 8alem,
the registration will bo at the police
station, and for the rural routes out
of Salom, at itho post of rice. Registra
tion in all other parts of the country
will be at the post offices.
A German woman who has become
naturalised, is. not required to register.
Tho iiiarriaoo prior to April 6. 1917.
of a German woman to a citizen of tho
I luted States, naturalizes her as an
Any Aimcriean woman who marries
foreigner, takes tho nationality of
her husband. But if he is naturalized,
sho then Ibeconies an American citizen
Jf a German woman married an Am
erican and ho dies, she still remains an
American citizen. Or if divorced from
her husband, the German woman still
remains an Aiinorican citizen if she
continues to resido in this country.
Miss Elizabeth Cooke, who has bees
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Uaa
cey anj their son, C B. dancer, at
their apartments on North Liberty
street for several day returned to her
horrre in Missoula, Montana, today.
Mrs. C lance j also left today for
Black Butte, Oregon, where she will
pas ten days or more with friends.
After her return. Mrs, Oaneey will
remain ia Salem for a few weeks be
fore she and ber husband return to
their home at Tacomia. Mr. and Mrs.
dancer have spent seveial months in
Salem visiting their son and their de
parture is a matter of much regret
among the many friends they have
made during their stay In the city.
Miss Rita Sehott returned Saturday
from Corvaltts, havinir graduated from
the Oregon Agricultural college with
this year s class. he is a member of
the I psilon chapter of the Sigma Kap
pa sorority, which has just been
eelved into national membership.
Miss bchott was accompanied home
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Schott, ami her brother, Jacob Schott,
who has lately returned from Aber
deen, Washington, where he has been
instructor in toe printing and manual
training departments of the Aberdeen
high school. Mr. Schott was formerly
principal of ihe Highlandschcol in en
lem. Mr. ocnott nas enlistea in tne ra
dio service and left todav for College
Station, Texas, where ho will enter
wire ess school for his training course'
Word has been received by Mr. and
Mrs- Dan Prv, Sr., that their youngest
son, wns try, nas lett iNew iora ior
Mis Flora M. Case, head librarian
of the Salem public library, left Err
day for Champaign, Illinois, to spend
ber vacation with ber momer.
News of th death of Evan "Williams,
tho Welsh tenor, on May .24 at his
home in Akron, Ohio, came- as quite a
shock to Salem music lovers, wno neara
him sing four years ago at the time of
his concert in Salem. Though of Welsh
parentage, he wa? born in America and
a irreat favorite in tnis country, mr.
Williams has been devoting a large
share of his time to sineing for the
soldiers at the various cantonment th
past year. He was fifty years of age.
Mrs. Anna Rogers Fish, who left Sa
lon, last week for Boise, Idaho, writes
Salem, friends-that sho is very pleas-
nntlv ni.tiiii.ted in her studio, at th
Overland building, and will open the
Fish School of Expression the tutli or
June. Though most cordially received
in Boise and havine already met many
delightful people. Mrs. iish BpeaRs
. ' L- I J Ul.n
very warm terms oi oiueau mm
(Viands. She savs in part: "How I do
miss the natural growths of every love
ly outdoor thing -that Uregon nas.
True, the sun snines wun uueruug
iwulnritv here, and the air is light
and fine, and the sky blue but the
earth! Mother Earth doesn't have the
same smile on her kindly face that she
hls down in the valley. I shall never
forget Salem and the beauty of its
Mrs. Fish read on tne Memorial 11117
program at the Pinney theater, giving
as her selection, "Name of Old Glory"
by James White orab Hilcy. ,
At. the biennial df the National Fed
eration of Women's clubs, held recent
ly at Hot Springs, Ark., Mrs. C. H.
Oastner. president of the Oregon Fed
eration of Women 's clubs, was elected
president of the newly lormea ivia
President's eluD, Becoming w me mi-
land Telegram. Mrs. E. A. Jones ot
Spokane Sorosis ehib was elected pres
ident oi tne noneeTS- ciuu uu um.
Sarah A. Evans was again chosen to
be the member from Oregon ot tne
board of the general federation.
A marriage of interest to society in
tho Willainette valley occurred in l'ort
land last night, when Miss Bessie Pate
became the bride of Halph Wittenberg
the wedding takinir place at the home
of the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Her-
;' . . -
Live stock is raised on the farms and
ranches of the West
Meat is eaten in the large cities of the
East, and by our boys in France thousands
of miles away.
The day of transporting live animals from ranch to
seaboard and overseas has passed. There was too much
waste. The modern packer locates his large and special
ized plants in the producing regions. He ships the
dressed beef in refrigerator cars, and holds it in his own
refrigerated branch warehouses until delivered to the
retailer. For shipment to foreign ports, he transfers the
meat to refrigerated ships.
By means of his nation-wide organization the
modern packer maintains a continuous flow of meats
to all parts of the country, so that each retailer gets
just the quantity and quality of meat his trade demands;
and at the time he wants it
Swift & Company recently shipped 1,000 carloads of
meat products in one week to our Armies and to the
Bridging the gap from ranch to consumer can be
done successfully and at low unit costs and profits
only by large business organizations.
Swift & Company's profit on meat, always so small
as to have practically no effect on prices, is now limited
by the Government to about 2 cents on each . dollar
Year Book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
!erard Thinks Rass
Might Bomb New York
From Kansas, where they raise so
much corn, too, comes mention of a girl
who is so thin that she doesn't dure
to drink a red lemonade in tho summer
time when sho is wearing light dresses
fur feur folks will think sho is a ther
"Corn -Less Day"
for Feet, Every Day
Use "Gets-It", thj Great Cora Dis
covery! Makes Coma Peel Eight Off!
See the two fingers peeling off a corn
as thouch it were a banana peel! And
the man is smiling while he's doing
itl All done painlessly, joyfully. The
moment "Gets-lt" touches a corn or
Kansas City, Mo., June 4,-w
The German submarine raid on
American- toast-wise shipping
was to be expected and it is
not impossible to concciva of
Germany bombing oretling fiie
to New York.
This was the statement of
James W. Gerard, former Ameri
can ainbnssmlnr to Berlin, who
stopped over ir Kansas City to
day fiu route east.
Proceeds of the race moM that closes
today at Condon will be turned over to
the Ri d Cross.
STATE OP 02EQON
Proposals for Supplies
ten .f the Bellslloto Circus will roll wlBt,r (jlM,toll setJ
Tho Orojou State lionrd of Control
will receivo sealed bids on June 12,
t 2 p. on., for furnishina nrr
plies 'to the various state institutions.
jconsisting of dry goods, clothing, furn
isnings, groceries, shoes, hardware,
ure hnppy,! , ; , - , ',.','
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llntlf tlm I.,. at it m
blood -westing lwh,-moth h .i.- 1.7LV7. 7, . 1 ,n8 . 01 , Period eadiuii lHwusbw 31. 1018. JW
, . " ' i:nu, mo iiiiino. in rinwns !..! . , , ... . '
,i n .t' i'uii ins I'aims, tuo ten c
s, thw lions and tho
mentions end sehetlu!c will be furn-
ihil uiKia application to the secre-
of the comin of the .how ti'. .." ... .'"?.;. . ' " . '"nu-tary at Halo.,,, Oregcsi. also from the
rvfrv llillbnHnl .Ino.l .il ..,.1 i ' "
, . ..,, uu lilK ven ti r- aim fin 1 1,
mem aic n po:ni o: t.ovidi!iir
Ci.ce. ' " r" ', . r . " ' ,Ul i1,"6 fveru. -hailll er tf'Caam,
rt th. nntr.tin -l.. ,uv i'"'!"" ' woin(atie to the Itrinron t
. f,. ,. nS,.,,,B some
liuliis'tries and Maiitifactureo Iturean.
('haiul er of Ciunmerce, Portland, Ore-
r.acn ma to ho aeretnpanicd by a
tf4crl i4ivh nirMiAiif'iiiT in .
imounfc of bid, ioy-
'lainn iu ino i rinrnn rtiato Hmirri r (Vn.
purchasing .gents, Wal eoaimeto a.d : ZTC ZVS.ZZT' I" ..I .... .'.V " bed " '.V
cnjon agent, wiU dart .bout the by Bos 7 Z ZUZZ
the surrounding towns and eountrv ,, ,,, - . ...
ll-uf the show so that all may know ,atr prevai1 jf ,he mwt Amer"
th dy and dst at Balem, Jnne 13, jtertaiument of them all the circus
email boys, and big boys, too. whc: should not make its annual visit to
ad feared that the congestion of rail-' American towns sod cities.
of tJie faithful perfocroaitee of the eon
t-ai-t. The board reserves the right to
rejoot any or all UiJa or to accept any
part of a bid. .
B. R GOODIN,
Secrfldary, Oregon 6tata Board of
Control. 5 29 6-1-4-8
callus the growth is doomed. It takes
but two seconds to applv ."Gets-It."
The corn pain is eased at once. You
can "sit at your desk or walk about,
dance, think, love and work with abso
lute ease. You can apply "Gets-It"
cooTeniently almost anywhere where
yon ean take your shoe" nd stocking
off tot a moment or two. "Gets-It"
dries at once; then put your shoe and
stocking on again. There's bo further
excuse for suffering from corns and
"Gers-It," the guaranteed, money
back com rctnoTor, the only sure way,
eon's but a trifle at any'drng store.
M'f'd by K. Lawrence 4 Co., Chicago,
Sold in Salem and recommended as
urn ii ivmeixiersr. .nr. wittennerg is
a member of the Wittenberg-King
comjiany, manufacturer, of hydratcd
fruit and vegetable product, who es
tablished a branch plant in Salem over
a year ago. Mr. Wittenberg is also man
ager of The Dalles King Products com
pany at The Dalles. The bride is for
merly of Wasco, Oregon.
The Ladies Aid societv of the Kncle
wood United Brethren church will meet
for an afternoon of sewing tomorrow
at the home of Mrs. P. H. .Neff, 1743
Nebraska avenue. The meeting will be
gin at two thirty.
Mrs. O. A. Olson left Saturdav for
an extended trip through the. mi, Idle
west. She will be gone about two
mouths, visitine at Omaha. St. Taul,
Minneapolis and the Dakotas.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cleaver have re
ceived word from their sod, Herbert,
who was iu training at Ft,' Wufic'd
Seott for master gunner, that he is at
the Presidio in the hospital with a well
developed case of bronchitis.
Sam 1 oder returned to Camp Lewis
last W-dneyday after spending a ten
days furlough with home folks. On Mon
day eveuiutc aooiit. thirty of his f'irmis
gathered a' the home of h'n parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Yod.-r, to bid him good
bye. Sam hat hopes of gettiug to go to
Mr. and Mrs Jweph Colyar and lit
tle daughter, of California, spent the
week-end with hr grand-parents Mb
and Mrs. John Zeek. Mrs. Laura Lnel-
summer with her parents and as tho
four generations of the Zeek family
were together, Clark Will was called
with his camera and spiendld pictures
gotten of the group last Sunday morn
ing. Mr. Colyar is a copper smith in
the employ of the S. P. Company at
Oakland, Calif. Enterprise.
The Tillamook Herald declares that
the ordinance recently passed by tho
city council relative to dogs is a good
one and should be enforced. '
Have the Journal Job Dept.
estimate oo your printing
needs you get the benefit of
cash buying. Phone 81.
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
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tne world s best cora remedy by J. C. ling, Mi-. Oolyt;a mother, arrived last
seek froLi Ulster n Oregoa to spend the
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