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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1918.
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Children Cry for Fletcher's
Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
la use f or over oyer 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made snder his per
tAj4ffl7Zifa j ' Bonal SttPerrifiloa since its infancy;
' Allow no one to deceive you in thte.
JU1 Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good n are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger .the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
r What is CASTOR I A
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. Ita
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
5een in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arking
therefrom, and by regulatiag the Stomach and Bowels', aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep,
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
1ST MABKTi GAEEETT
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
LAST TIME TONIGHT
"A DOLL'S HOUSE"
Fr'day and Saturday
A DESERT WOOING
Food Is Ammunition
SAVE WHEAT! USE MORE CORN.
SAVE MEAT! USE MORE FISH AND BEANS
SAVE FATS! USE JUST ENOUGH
SAVE SUGAR! USE SYRUPS
A food demonstrator direct from Mr. Hnnvpr'a
X department will be at Chautauaua on thft mominc
; ; of the last day to illustrate new ways of conserving
:: food and new recipes worked out in the government
kitchens. No admission charge.
Chautauqua week will have twenty-six big at-
tractions, including Thaviu's Exposition Band, Ze
I deler Symphonic Quintet, Treble Clef Club, '"An
I Evening in Hawaii," Morrison-Sm'th Company and
many other music, lecture and entertainment num
July 21-27, 1918
A Tery unique birth.lay dinner was
Sivcn last Thursday evening at the
lionie of Mr. and Airs. Herbert Nunn
1099 Kooth Higft street. The party
was in honor of the joint birthdays ot
Mr. iSunn and Mrs. -Minn a father, v
H. Bond, from Kansas City, who has
been visitme in JSalvm for some time-
The affair was informal and centering
the taiila nlr two- large Inrthctey
cake. Those who enjoyed the party
were Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Lee Bteiner,
Mr. and Mrs. John Albert, Mr. and
Mr. (Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland,
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Jones and daugh
ter, Jenette, Dan Fry, W. H. Bond and
Mr. and Mrs. .Herbert iNunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Glover have
returned homo from Washington, 1).
C. Mr. Olover ha been the private see
retary to Congressman W. C. Hawley
there. They are planning to leave soon
for a vacation at C'ascadia.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brnnk (Mollie
Runcorn) left this morning for a mo
toring trip of several weeks. Incy plan
to go to Bolnap Springs, which is such
a popular and beautiful summer resort.
Mi.19 Lucille Chase," who has been
teaching in Salem schools, has accepted
a position at Oregon Normal school at
Monmouth. She will have cnarge 01 me
department of domestic science and
lonicistie art- Miss Nyr Winer, wno
had the work Inst year, pinna to do
St C. A. canteen work in .France.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Campbell and
daughter, Freda, left yesterday for In
dependence, which is their former home
They will be gone about a month.
One of the out. of town couples who
were married in Snlem last week, was
Mis Daisy Ke-k of MUwaukie and J.I
V. Haves of Portland. They motored
to .Salem for the wedding. Mr. Hayes
ha enlisted! and will leave August 11
to attend the Modern Auto Mechanics
school at Spokane. Mrs. Hayes will re
main with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Keck, of Mil waul; ic.
A very pretty wedding took place at
tho home of the ihride's parents, .Mr.
and Mrs. V. A. McFarlane, sis huiitn
l.Sth street. Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock when their only daughter, we
fin. O. IkMKarlane, becamo .the bride or
Merle Putnam of this city. The bride
was iMaimrui in a areas 01 nwui
erepo rle chine chiffon over white silk.
A very impressive ceremony was per
formed bv the Kev. H. C. Stover of
tho Central Congregational church by
which the young couple were united in
marriage. Mr. ana jura, milium ww
bo mt home to their many friends at
tar September first at the ALarion
A kannr reunion was enjoyed at the
fairground Sumlav, when many rela
tives gathered together for a picnic
dinner. Tlioso who were present were,
Mr. etui Mrs. G. W. Chapman and
Grandma Chapman, Winona station,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Morrison and Al
lan Morrison, North Yakima, Wash
ington; Alma Morrison, Vancouver,
Washington; Mr. and Mrs. r. r. cy-
crs from West Salem, neon B. Rowland,
Portland; Mrs. J- F. Lan, Stay ton; Mr.
and Mrs. .1. R. Somthwick, Glen South-
wick nml vena ihoihiiwick, aiouuiwu
View; Mr- nnil Mrs. W. P. Rmgle ana
Doniild Ringle, North Salem, and, Mr.
ami Mrs. C. C. Cross trom south saiein.
Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Wteeves ana
daughter, Muriel, returned Last evening
from a two weeus vacnumi mhius
ton. They motored to Mt. Riidnicr
where they enjoyed a pleasnnt time at
Paradise Inn. They were accompanied
there hv Mr. and Mis- George Huston
and Mrs. Gaston, .lr-, of Olympia.
After leaving there they visited In
Olympia and Jlater viMitod Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil Peringer of Belliugham.
HARD SKIN" AND
Magic! Peel Them Rfebt Off
Without Fam Or Soreness
His Fact Now. Dawning On
Central Empire -English
By Ed L. Keen
(Cnited Press taff eorrespondent)
London, July 23. Slowly and m-ad-
ually it is dawning on the Huns that !
they are licked to a frazzlr.
With the initative lost now, the Ger
19 bb losing the art of
riegy. ine question now i9 whether
they can evacuate the Soissous-Kheims
pocket in time to avert a disaster.
Every hour witnesses tho united al
lies squeezing in on all sides. ndiv.
oring to close the trap. The artillery
and infantry are cooperating in a man-
i ire.cr wiore witnessed. When the
foot soldiers encounter obstacles th
guns blast them away.
It is still believed th l.nAenrfr
or Hindenburg the latter 'a nivsterious
the United States Metal Refining com
pany and the American Zinc, Lead
and Smelting company, which controls
the Wisconsin Zinc company, the Am
erican Zinc eompany, of Illinois. Am
erican Zinc company of Tennessee, Am
erican Zinc Ore Separating coniuanv.
American Pipe Line company and tha
Of the 7U.000
reezone costs but a few cents at any Oelesbv ttas
bottom of feet, thn lift those pain
tul sirtt right otf witn lincers.
When you. peel off corns or calluses
with Freezone the skin beneath is left
ink and healthy and never sore, ten
der or even irritated
ig store. Apply a few drops on the (share, of capital stock of the American
ghened calluses or "hard skin" on Metals company 15,180 shares are own-
eo roy the Metal Bank and M
(Continued from page one)
Seizure of the cables, it lias been Hat
, is vital because of tvv0 principal
It will serve further to insure against
information of value to the enemy getr
ting out of the country, and;
Thci',0 is at least one cable that the
war department has long been anxious
to have its hands or. for carrying on
vital work, it is said.
While seizure of the wire systems was
brought to a head at a time when union
telegrapher! w.'.'re threatening to strike
because tho Western Union refused to
accede to their demands and President
Wilson s request to abide by a ruling of
the war labor board (acknowledging the
riglit to jo-.a t ie. union) the government
long lias had the step in contemplation.
At least three of tho present nv.-uibeti
of I'rcMdei t Wi'iMin's cabinet favor gov
ernment ownership or permanent opcia
tion of the communication systems. As
a result it is predicted by authorities
here that once the government haa put
into elli'ct its plans of reorganization of
the great wire lines, it will ho a phys
ical impossibility to unscramble them
and return th,om to private operation
and ownership again.
The executive order of the president
today, bnngs under government control
for the period of the war. millions of
miles of wire, thousands of tuimloves1
and couded with the seizure of railroads
and the monopoly in postal business, it
places the government, in virtual control
of every industry in the land.
The strike of telegraphers is Mow def
With tin- president's signature on tho
wiru seizure, walkouts will stop and
Alien Property Custodian
lakes Over Control Of
Washington, July 23. The govern
ment has taken ano.tlier step to smash
for all time the German control of the
metal industry in this country. .
.Official announcement was made tee
day that Alien Property Custodian
Palmer has taken over the business ot
h. Vogelstein and company and Baer,
Sondhcimer and company, both German
owned metal concerns on Broadway.
The assets of tie companies are re
spectively $",000,000 and $5,000,000
and tooth, according to investigation by
tho custodian, were "closely, affiliat
ed with the German Metal Gesselschaft,
whwh for some years has dominated
the entire metal market of the world
With tho American Metals company
(tho large enemy interest which has
already been seized by the govern
meut), the two companies taken over
today controlled most of the principal
metal and smelting companies of this
The enemy interest m Stalltorth and
company, JSew lork dealers m silver
bullion, another link in the German
metal trust, aln was Beized today, ir.
Slallforth, principal stockholder, is
now interned at i'ort Oglethorpe.
The Vogelstein company owns a half
interest, in ;the National Zinc com
pany, the entire stock 01 the uuba cop
per company, the Copper Leasing com
pany and the Norfolk Smelting com
pany, and 30.000 share of the Aliner
als Separation American Syndicate,
Limited. It. also has large holdings in
Frankfurt, and 18,180 shares by the
meiai ueseiiscnatt of the same place.
The American Metals company com
pletely owns the following companies:
American Zinc and Chemical com
pany, Langeloth Coal company, Lange
loth Mercantile company, Langeloth
Townsite company, American Metal
Transport company, Bartlesville Zine
company and South American Metal
It had large holdings of stock in the
Ohio and Colorado Smelting and Re-
"F)R. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is all
U that it is claimed to be and I will
always keep it in the house as it is all that I
need for my children, and grown folks as welL
I do not hesitate to recommend Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin to my friends."
(From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written by
Mrs. Esther Porter Harrelson, George- 1
town, S. C.
The Perfect Laxative
Sold by Druggists Everywhere
50 cts. $1.00
A mild, pleasant-tasting combination of simple
laxative herbs with pepsin that acts easily and
naturally. Children like it and take it willing
ly. A trial bottle can be obtained by writing to
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street,
disappearance having again led to the
report of his death have another kick
in them. But it is problematical wheth
er they have time, evenjf they have
enough reserves leift, to save the day
between Soissons and Kheims.
There is no doubt there will be an
other German drive, somewhere, with
the balaiR-e of-their reserves, but it
will bo a forlorn and dreary one.
The war, so far as Germany is con
cerned, ig being fought out in the Sois-BOns-Rlieima
battle, with the odds fav
oring the allies. The most optimistic
view of tho situation is that, while all
i the German armies are not imperiled
been won by the Americans, French.
British and Italians.
fining eompany Compan.a M.nera Be bv the aUied eounter 9trokei it on,r
Peneles, South America; Compania Do
MineraJes y Metales, South America:
Ooropania Metalurgica Le Porroon,
South America; Comirmnia Miaera Pa-
lome y Calbrillas, South America; Com
pania Be lombusiMis Agsmita, South
America; Fandacion De Gayacan. South
America; Balbach Smelting end Refin
ing eonnptrny and Nichol Copper company.
The alien property custodian declar
ed that owing to evidence, L. Vogel
stein and company played a large part
in inducing the German government
to declare war and in the continuance
of the war after it started. Vast sup
plies of metals were sent from this
country, it is declared, for Germany.
These activities, it was declared, be
gan when the war started and were
halted enly when the United States en
a sample of what the latter have got up
their sleeve. Andj they haven t begun
to play their cards.
The London newspapers no longer
are eautioug in their statements. They
say the Germans are whipped and
that's all there is to. it.
t Today's War Summary t
rtCARBV FRONT Reports from the
front indicate that Crown Frincie Rup
precht is ready to start a drive against '
the British, waiting only somo favorable
nien frohi the Champagne battle.
French troops advanctd on a three (
mile front north of Montdidier captur
ing Sauvill-is and Anbvillers.
The British gained slightly south of
Heburtene and in the llaniel sector
north of Albert.
IXANDEKS FRONT British troops
improved their positions between Mcr?.y
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SOISSONS-RHE1MS FRONT While
the allies are pressing in on the oois-sons-Rheims
salient from, all sides, with
varying success, unofficial reports indi
cate the Germans are preparing to with
draw clear to the Vcslo river line, mid
way between Soissons and Rheims and
representing an average retirement of
about 17 miles north of tho Maine. The
Germans are fighting desperate rear
guard actions north of tho Maine mid
nra throwing in new reserves to hold
the allies at the wings. Despite this!
resistance the Americans have taken Bu-
zniicy, south of Soissons and Jaiilgonne
on tho north bank of the Maine. Oul-chy-Le-Chatcau,
midway between Sois
sons and Chateau Thierry, also has luen
aX..v A, .oi-.
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Built up to a standard, not down to a
l.iKht weight Strong pull Superior
Automatic Traction by "pull" lnstend
of dead weight.
Stands up to hard service with mini
Nllson Senior, ' 24-36 II. P.; NILson.
Junior, lli-25 J. p.
See our local agent, or send for catiildK.
NILSON TRACTOR SALES COMPANY,
East Morrison and East Third Sts.
JOB PRINTING THAT
Gives yon satisfaction and at
Bates you can afford to pay
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
icinstatmeiif of those men locked out
in rec.'nt weeks will take place rapid
iy after government control begins.
The union will endeavor to have all
questions of wages and working condi
tions in the lunula of the war labor
board. Some questions are now pend
From the CORNER STORE to the ROOM FORMERLY
OCCUPIED by our DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. THE
ENTRANCE near the OFFICE leading from the Corner
Room to DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT will Remain Open
Continually, thus Giving us the Benefit of the COURT
CaoL'ai JcsrnaJ Want Ads M Get You Wliat You Want
The Kaiser's Shadow
ALL GOODS BEING
Nineteen Painless Parker
offices in the United States
repair the teeth of over
100,000 people annually.
State and Commercial
OLD PRICES ON
72-in 12-oz, yd... $1.15
60-in 10-cz, vd 95c
Only two prices left
Comer Court and
CcmT Street, Salem