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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1918.
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Why is it that United States Tires are
setting new records for mileage and
Why is it that the sales of these tires
are constantly mounting by leaps and
The answer is found in the factories
where United States Tires are made.
.Standards of construction for these
tires are higher than ever before known
in the tire industry.
Makers of tire fabrics tell us that the
standards we have given them for
United States Tire fabrics are higher
than any previously known.
Likewise through every process of
construction from crude rubber to fin
ished tires we have set new and higher
These standards work out on your
car in the practical economy demanded
United States Tires will raise any car
to higher efficiency. There is a type to
suit every condition of service.
The nearest United States Sales and
Service Depot dealer will cheerfully aid
in selecting the right tires for your in
United States Tires
ore Good Tires
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OENXEAL WOOD'S CASE
' (Minlford Mail Tribune)
Much ailo is licing nialo over the
fact Hint Oeiioral Leonard Vod has
Bot been sont to Krnuce to vommninl
on tho western froul nnil it is niJ
that tho imly pxplanwtion that eaa be
j'I'liwt ih (ntlilira.
Tho CJOjilautttiou i (irobalJ) correct
but not in the miise meant. It in
Cioaoral Wood who Iiiih layel politics
nd fHiU in playing it. ltin whole ftrmy
career ia a cnao of politics and pull
promoted from an oWme army physi
cian, to chief of staff by Koosevclt,
over the beads of thousands of offi
eor. he findi himself now under coim
tnand: of thoso snnwi officer over
whom he rode rouh hod to eommand.
A CONSERVATION -. '
Wood played politics at the riutts
hurtf eanip. His jHiblir utterances have
I ecu political in e'.'fect. He evidently
labors under the delusion 'that Kooso
vclt is still president, He hs reMnt
I'dly shown his loyalty to the ex-president
in preference to his commander-in-chief,
the president. Ho planned to
Uao tho army to command liooso
vel't proposed volunteer army, which
woukl have demoralized tho draft and
idirnvrgaiuiied the regular army by
l wilhdrawiihi( officers, and since has
been an ont spokon critic, of the war
The "National Security League," a
Wall street cabal, in the political in
terests of Uooacvelt, has conducted an
extoiwive propaganda to shatter pub-
he. eontnleiu'fl in tho administration
by eniUiwa titoe.k and barrages of
poisonous gasses or criticism. Upon tne
failure cf the long continued asxauk
upon l.uiels, the league switched its
(iteration with first liaker and then
tho president as its target. It backed
the cffoit to rake coutntl of tho war
out of the rsideut's hands and plao
it in Roosevelt's hands, with Wood to
supplant Pershing in France. I'pon the
collaiKM" of the wheine, Roosevelt in
his mad chnso for the presidency, has
nosiiuieu his venomous attacks jn which
'politic and "patriotism are strangely
I l,lA,.,l,..l wltk ,lii.. ..,.,.An,nBt
Jn the press dispatches. (Jeneral
Wo," (I is quoted as saying regarding hi
"I'm a soldier, I click my heels to
gether, salute and obey niy order '
The fact that he was not in su
premo command evidently rankled Gen
oral Wood, for upon his return from
Franco ho criticised and found fault
wifli nvei vt tiinir .liim, hv IVi-tttiincr.
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both in the press and before congress
ional roflnminecs. ne urn 111s snare i
discredit the conduct of the war. Had
he clicked his heel tugctlu'r, saluted
and. observed army discipline he would
piUlMibly have len on lus way to
Kiance now with his division.
CtMiprnV Wnml is i-.lcarlr beinir dis
ciplined for his own lireeeh of iliscip;
line in censuring Ins superior officers.
IVrtitniy urulkii.btv nntiU ha his chief
generals only these whose loyalty to
In in can bo aepenued upon, not tnose
nhnin .lisiniitiiit am) ienlousv of his
jccrmmaiiit may throw saud in the gears
or tne wiliiary niacninc wnicu lnusi
worK smoothly to crusn we nun.
Tallest Man Applies
. to Recruiting Station
Portland, Or., Juna 6. The local re
cruiting office established a new rtu
ord in tallest men yesterday.
Claudo Sanders, aged SI. of Athena,
Umatilla county, height feet, en
listed, ehoo.rt) fieM artilley. He may
bo usd for olWTvation purposes. San
dors weighs only Hitt.
All reeruitiaK tatiorm reported a
heavy increase in enlistmonts of men
31 yews old prior to yesterday s resig
irntien of me of that age.
Lodging Houses Also Will Be
Required to Me Out
An ordinance providing for the reg
ulation of hotels, rooming houses and
lodging houses in Salem and providing
penalties for the violation thereof, will
be introduced at the meeting of the
city council next Monday evening. The
request for this ordinance came to
Mayor Keyes as a government sugges
tion and is drawn largely on the lines
of the Portland; ordinance passed last
Section 1 provides that everv person
who manages or operates a hotel or
rooming or lodging house in baieni snail
obtain a license to expire December 31
fo each year. The fee is $1.
The commimttee on health and police
of the city council shall examine and
investigate the character of applicants
for licenses and shall recommend
whether or not the license shall be
The person running a hotel or room
ing house must be of good moral
character and must present himself in
person to the committee on health and
police when making application for a
No person to whom a license is issued
shall permit the same to be used as a
disorderly house or for other unlawful
purposes. A standard hotel register
register shall be kept in which must be
inscribed the names of all guests rent
ing or ocenpying rooms end this regis
ter must be signed by the persons oc
cupying rooms assigned.
After each name on the register
must be written tho number of the
room assigned and time when room is
rented. The register must be open to
inspection at all. times'. It shall also
be unlawful for any person to write
any other or different name than their
No room shall be assigned to two
persons of the opposite sev, except in
case of children accompanied by their
parents, unless such persons are reg
istered as husband and wife.
Any person violating this ordinance,
upon conviction shall be fined not less
than $10 nor more than $100 or by im
prisonment in the city jail not to cx-
Will Train Officers
at State University
Eugene, Or., Juno fl. An officers'
training camp, to be beld on the cam
pus of tho University of Oregon ftor
six weeks beginning Monday, June 24,
became a certainty rwUen President
P. L. Campbell, returning from Wash
ington, where he has been in confer
ence with war department officials,
last night, authorized Colonel John
Leader to put his plang for tho sum
mer encaniipmcnt into Immediate ef
fect. Eligible to the camp will include
not only college graduates, ambitious
to prepare themselves for army service
but any citizen who is qualified in any
way, cither through sufficient early ed
ucation or through business or profes
sional experience, to undertake the
training. Colonel John Loader, late
commandor of the Hoiyal Irish Hifles,
will be in command of tho camp, assist
cd by an American army officer, whom
the1 war department will Bond Here, in
structors in topography, field engineer
ing, bridging, mapping, bom Ding ana
bayonet practice, hygiene, sanitation,
mathematics, signalling and other nec
essary military subjects will be furn-
iBhod by the university
President Will Sa?e
Situation Says Council
London, Juno 0. "The Germans, re
lieved ot the prewmro on tho eastern
front, as a result of the collapse ot
Russia, are desperately endeavoring to
fonce a decision on tho west .front be
fore America's full strength is thrown
into the struggle," says a statement
issued at the sixth session of the allied
supreme war council.
" Hie enomy has gained some initial
advantages and will probably renew
"Thanks to President Wilson, ar
rangements were made two months1 ago
for the transportation and brigading
of American troops, which will make
it impossible for the enemy to gain a
victory by wearing out the allied re
serves before he has exhausted ms
Randall's "Bone Dry"
Amendment Is Killed
Washington. June Ii. The Randall
"bone dry" amendment to the emer-
geiwv food act has been U.lled by the
opposition of President Wilson and
Kood Administrator Hoover. Senator
Slieppard announced yesterday.
The amendment wuiitil have promo-
ited tho expenditure of $ii,000,000 ap
propriated by the bill iinbvw the presi
dent by proclamation forbade the use
of any food products in the mnking of
beer aim light wines miring tne war.
Nuj ol Habit s - and
No More Piles
Read this remarkable letter:
STANDARD OIL CO. (New Jersey),
BAYONNE, N.J. N
For 8 years I was a clerk in a bank on the Pacific Coast, it
necessarily being a confining position. During that time, and
also before, I was troubled with bilious headaches (one every
two months or so) and suffered with chronic constipation. The
last three or four years I have had piles in bad shape, trying
several doctors with little relief. '
Moving to Forsyth about 2 years ago, I tried outside work
for 9 months, but seemed to be as bad as before.
Saw a "Nujol" ad. one day in some magazine and thought
I'd give it a trial.
In all I have taken three bottles. After about the third or
fourth tablespoonful the benefits were very marked, and since
using same I have not had one headache and am now as regu
lar as the sun himself and the piles are getting much better.
Nothing I can say or write can anywhere near express the
wonderful benefit your remedy has done for me.
Very truly yours,
November ai, 1916. (Name and address on request).
HERE is a serious case of chronic constipation and painful hemorrhoids
(piles) both effectively relieved by Nujol. Take the precaution to insure reg
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tects piles and reduces inflammation. Help to heal them by the use of Nujol the
remedy of countless thousands who strongly recommend it.
Nujol is gentle and effective in action.. Clears the system without upsetting di
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take. Avoid harmful pills and salts. Take Nujol and be "regular as clockwork."
There are no substitutes
there is only Nujol.
At every drug store. Send 50c and we will ship
new kit size to soldiers and sailors anywhere.
In bottles only, bearing Nujol trademark
n. T A never in bulk.
JN 11J 01 for constipation
State Hotfse News
Dr. L. I. Hughes, district engineer
for the government has notified the
state highway engineers that the matter
of paving the road from Salem to Auro
ra, a distance of 18 miles would b de
cided by the officials at Washington
some time today. The state has itd
money ready and so has the .sovernment
the only question being as to tha classi
fying of the road as a post road. If
this is done the work will Ue completed
this year. The state will build this road,
or its part of it with money raised
under the Bean-Barrett bill, there be
ing $3i)!),000 of the :190,000 realized
from the sale of bonds still in th,s state
treasury, only $2,000 of it having been
used. The money raised under tho Bean-
Barrett bill can only be used in co-operation
with the government or when
the government puts up as much money
for a road improv.emnt as does the
Articles of incorporation were filed as
Helwig-Hibbard company, of Portland
capital stock $3,000 and object to carry
on a general stationery and printing of
fice supplies business.
East Water street Machine Works,
of Portland, capital stock !5,000 and ob
ject to buy and sell machinery, operate
machine shops, foundries, smelters, and
Holds False Teeth Firmly
It Prevents Sort Gums
Colvig Drug company, of Entei prise
Wallowa county capital stock $.1,000
aad object to eonduet a general drug
business selling periodicals, cigars, con
fectionery and musical instruments.
Oum shrink or swell and platea be
come loose, which 'is no fault of the
Dent'n'. An anplbatia of CORhGA
if'f l even'y on the Dental Plate re
lieves "a;-c cMidinons. Jt hold tne
"Mate fHnlT and comfortably ia posi
tion. ATso promotes month hygiene.
?.' at D'ii Storoi rind Dental Snp
nlv Houses. Yniir i-rtg;r em get it
from his wholesa'er. Free sample
jfrom Coreg thomicai Co., Cleveland
Bailey-Hunter Chrome Mining coin
pany of Nnmpter, capital stock $20,000
and object to mine for chrome ores
and other materiaK
to Raise Great Army
Washington, June 6. A Jugo-Slav
army of 300,00 to 500,000 was promis
ed the Vnited States yesterday as a
reinforcement of American forces
abroad if congress will pass a law re
moving Jugo-Slava in America from
enemy alien classes.
Included inong the Jugo-Slavs in
this country are Lithuanians, Slovens
and other citizens cf Austria. They are
not in sympathy with the Teutonic al
liance. . -
Tho offer wax made to the senate
foreign relations committee by Don
Niko Grskovich and John J- Grgure
vich, ropre-seuting Jre-tlvs in Am
Fifty Airplanes Hunt
Hempstead, N.' Y., June 5. Fifty
O'rplatics started from the aviation field
here today to patrol the coast between
Coney Island and Mautaug Point in
search of submarines. During the night,
they were all equipped with machine
gun bomb dropping devices and each
curried a cargo of bombs. They flew in
fleets of eight, in V-shaped formation.
Similar flotillas put out from Bay
Shore, Icw London, Conn., and Block
Island. Ihe coast has been divided into
zones and each air fleet will operate in
its O'.vu zone.
howell "Service plag picnic.
The Howell Bee Hive club will give
a pienie Friday-June-14th, at tho How
ell school house. There will be Patriotic
Address, dedication of tho district ser
vice flag and amusements of different
kinds. Two quilts will be sold.
Dinner will be served on tlw ground.
Refreshments will also be for sale on,
the grounds. Proceeds to purchaso ma
terial for the Eed Cross.
Everybody come. A good time assur
The 11)18 class of the Albany high
school is the largest in its history. There
are 53 in the class and all but 10 are
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Two hundred and eighty thousand
men to be called to the colors in June,
The draft seems to be developing into
somewhat of a gale.
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! Thereby Promoting DiScston
; Cheerfulness and RcstCotvtatas
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j LOSS OK SLEEP
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For Infants and Children.
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