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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON FRIDAY, JULY 26. 191S.
Today s Dangers
Modern ways of living throw a heavier burden
on the organs of digestion. A careless diet,
hurried eating, insufficient exercise, concen
trated foods such are today's dangers.
CITY OF QUEERCONTRASTS MOTHER OF 14 HAS
OWN WAR GARDEN
Kerne, Desolate in Winter, Is Fever
ishly Lively During tfcs Short
Months of Summer.
.Was So RuaDowa Before
The bowel system is an
easy prey. And so comes
Constipation and its host
of resultant ills.
Up to now, harsh methods
have been necessary as a
relief violent cathartics,
often dru& laden. The
bowels became dependent
upon pills, purgative wat-
, ers and similar cathartics,
and a habit was formed.
Stanolux ends all old make
shifts, all old dangers.
Unlike a hasty cathartic,
Stanolax acts feently, but
surely, It is an internal
lubricant, purely median-
RTANOLA.X is for sale in Salem bv
DANIEL J. f'KY
Z. C. PERKY
KE1) CHOH8 PHARMACY
MANIC S. WARD
CPEKA HOUSE 1'IIAttMACY
- leal in action, not a medi
cine. It is neither digested
nor absorbed. It is taste
less, colorless, odorless.
Thousands have gained re
lief this better way. And
so will you. Stanolax en
courages natural end nor
mal functions, by prevent
One bottle is convincing
Buy it today.
Standard Oil Company
Chicio. U. S.A.
Ships approach!!!- the const of Alas-'
ka watch eagerly for the first glimpse
r.f n Itrmtlr En thi liwv hnriTnn linn und I
ln the fnint silhouette of a city Is , Tfllnnff Tankf f nnMn'
a w! 1 V VVIUUUI
v$ Anything Worth
caught by the spy glass word jroes
round that Nome Is in sight. Tho j
snuaae outlines prow steadily plainer I
d broader. Unmindful of the heavy l
waves that crash so dangerously near j
Its doors the city is reaching out to j
the very water's et'ge to greet the In
Coming ship. A bobbing launch comes
ont to meet the ship and bring iu the
passengers to the shore.
The gold seekers built Nome in the
j '"Yes, sir, I have gained tweBty five
jeiunds and now 1 can d all myhouse
'work, and attend to my 'war garden,'
'end ether small paehes a:n,ut toe
j house, but before taking TaoJsc I
",iddu t do anything worih while,'
.11(1 Airs. AltlA Ifl tlmin n-ifj r.f
rash of 1S1IS, and the gold seekers still j..a0wn farmer living ou R. x. D No. 2
trid their quota to its population. They Ogden, I'tah, recently in a statement
lave mode it a city of contrasts of , ihat is both interesting and remaik
ostentatioin wealth and hopeless de- js.bL
Wrev Where they eiimiH'd on the i Mis. Mann is the mother of four
hen eh and built wooden huts and hi-ehildrcn aid although sixty one
loons the city has crown up. When I years of ae, she says she feels many
more space was needed, it spread its v0?" younger mw. Confining, she .aid:
houses along the beach in long un
even rows. ,
from November to June it Is frozen
lis in the
GERMAN AMERICAN SENTENCED.
ifi'w York, July 211. Max Freuden-
iden u naturalized German American
wis iiclenced late toilny to nerve seven
years in I lie federal prison nt Atlanta.
On., for attempting to obstruct the
J'Aideneo showed that FreiuVnnUen
kiul endeavored to create dissension
Among negroes in this city and to in-
dune, them not to fight when thev were
tTil hell-'em, of the huns, ia certain
ly living up to his uanie.
i Western Union Company
I Will Be Prosecuted
New York, July 2(1. Charging viola
tion of th federal law which prohibits
. private firms or persons entering into
competition with the United States
I postal sen-ice, the federal grand jury
here today indicted the Western Un
ion Telegraph company. The indict
ments grew out of investigations which
have been carried on since 1!H7.
According to evidence submitted, the
company hns transmitted about Soil.lliM)
meiEiigts by mcstenger between New
York nrd nearby cities since the inves
tigation was begun. This would consti
tuto aliiiut one tenth the total husincs!
in night letters in this citv. As tin
' fine fo: each violation of the law h
$:"0 the maximum penalty, is cdnviction
obtained, would amount to about 17.-
000,000. The company only was named
in the indictments, all officials being
Two Men At Woodburn
Ignore Call for Draft
Portland, Or., July 2(i Six regis
trants, inducted into' the service, en
trained hero for Fort McDowell, Cal,
yesti'nluy moiling. Forty eight left yes
terday afternoon for Camp Lewis. Two
men have been declared delinquent,
j i". u. llociH'l of Nilverton, and K, J.
.Clark of Woodburn, nml in 21 hours
j will he posted as deserters if thev do
I not. make their nppeainnce before then.
This exhausts all of class .1 in this dis
itrii'l, The Auijust calls will be as heavy
j as those ef July and will include two
thirds of the qualified ni wly register
iol, and Septejnlier will finish this
"I commenced snfferina with sto;
.v;h trouble sixteen years ago and grad
ually kept getting; worse until seven or
ioht VHQril ft 'If, 1 ho. I n .nnll
Into a dull apathy from which It t!.at laid me up for nine or ten weeks.
rouses to attend theaters, dances, and simoly suffered auony and from then
other social frivolities which ninke-;,i I began having sueli terrible pains
the winter tolerable. Ice bpund and j'U and about my stomach af times that
dark the winter may be, with only ' could hard'y stand it. I would get
three or four hours of pale sunlight a M kinds of positions trying to get
dny, but the popular Idea of the wilds arm, ease- but tB(' 01,1v wa.v 1 eo,!d
of Nome Is an interesting myth. Elec- a"' reht'f as to la:'' hard on my
trie Ilglils, telephones, department N'T. 7'' f0r tT"wwerk" 1 "e'
... . , v . i . . . '::!ept two hnnrs a myht. I was under
stores, banks, hotels-Nome has a of , treatmont .vm, th; ,, tricd all
these perquisites of modem clvillza- ; 1:iucls f,f nmVui ani, sti got ,,0
"on- 'v.lk'f and whea thv told me I eoul't
When the sun begins to shine stead. never get well without an operation I
lly and the fresh surf pounds on the jiolt .that my trouble must be very
beach, Nome awakes and the summer L'-Jrious.
residents who have gone "outside" re- ssventy five pounds but I kept falling
turn. The population Is practically Invent yfive pounds but I kept falling
refund money if it fails. 25c
doubled. Nome spends its summer
months in wildly rushing about to
make up for the enforced dullness of
the frozen winter.
MUSICIANS HAVE LONG LIFE
Reasons Why Those Who Furnish Us
With Sweet Sounds Are Not Cut
Off In Youth.
off until I got to be very thin. When
I bean taking Taulac about two
months ago l just weighed one hun
(ird and twenty five- pounds, but now
I weigh one hundred ani fifty have
gained twenty five pounds and am
sti'l gaining. I can eat most anything
X want with out it hurting me and 1
seldom ever have a 1 ain of any kind.
feel almost like a girl a;;ain una l
IKE FRENCH KNEW
Viatmued from page os?)
-:ey would, the reason probabi iu,
.j neicisity to allow recup-r.-.tiou o
ighty wounded men and to iret U
Masses of IU 19 entirely ready for the
At first the French were certain tae
attack was coming July 7 r.n;l thst it
r.ouid be ia the Champagne west of
Sthiems. Ou July 10 if was thought the
iisipating the Germans would expect the
TWipauug the eurmans would expect the
French not to be ready, because of their
&tional fete, and would hope to accom
plish a great moral advantage from the
!?fect of hitting the French on their
Yheu i did uot come the night of the
.''urlecnth, General Gourand ordered a
.jap do main, capturing; 27 prisoners
from whom definite knowledge was ob
twned that the battle would start at
uivaight. Thereupon, the artillery open-
.a up on tlv berman luis.
Only Outposts Held.
Xt was realized from the outset thnt
'.lie I'reueh first lines could not be helo1.
f"3 a zone of outposts was formed, with
uttle groups of otneers and men, whose
duty was to fir.? and break up the a3-
ruiicny waves as much as possible,
Skile maintaining careful conmiuaita-
::on with the main force bv means cf
underground wires, pigeons, etc.
uouraud army consisted entirely ot
French, except one American reserve di
vision, (27,500 men). General Bevto
5et 's army, besides the French, had e
Italian corps and two American divis
ions one in the line and on? in reserve.
Execution of Artillery.
When, at midnight, the movement be
gan under cover of shells, gas and
smoke, the Fourth army dropped back,
leaving only its outposts. Then the
French 7ij's and other guns which had
iieen silent several days, and their prea-
ace unknown to the enemy, cut loose.
l - Marina - -' '' ,L2r r , ij f oi . r. , ,
rreiious-y, Fneh local operations
;ad obtained the needed base for thess'
attacks on the plateau of Cliudun. Oni
tae night of the 17th, which was dark
and stormy, the concentration in the
forest was completed as w.?ll as all ar-
Sesult of General Strategy.
TUe result is known mora than 23,000
Investigations mnde recently by a 'am. I certainly ro tive Tan'.ac all cred-well-known
doctor lead hint to con-, it for my wonderful improvement and
elude that musicians who pluy wlud ni" willing to te'l everybody what 1
Instrumonta are exceptionally Ions ' tb!i,k .' " .'. . , " . ' ,
ivoil Tanlae is sow in nuDoara oy nuo-
New Books Received
At The Public Library
"The glory of the ticnehes," is tie
aewest book written by Coningsby
- . . . n . iju vau i. win h n envp tn M.mua,
. - l .i t t'usiv inreiToren wirn The ircrmnn 91. . ' ----- - -
vomen wno are lnucn younger tuaii i ; .; " - - -- - trom wounds received in the trenche..
'K I'l'. ill nv f!iwarno I nivmn u ' en.,. . ... - -
i reel almost iikc a girt a;ain ami i . . i, - .
v.hile I a-n eixtv one years of age I j b-v f !Mfr" mstruodous.
can d as much "house work as lots of wr0l'Kllt p,'b e llavot and n-
jr:soners, over 400 guns, a thousand ma-
cidiic guns and destruction of the Ger-
nan morale, various officers chareing
vrviiaus elements, with treason
ihe French command freely
.iiat the success of the operation was
uoo to the landing of American troops
'.i France so far ahead of schedule,
Since U rnnhleil tile n 1 1 1 fl cnmninnd in
take a risk.that otherwise would baveLfc
been forbidd,?n. I
The critical moment of the year is now ; $
brary has oa eihibition. They show fio
tSrially the food values of cur common
foods. It is an unusually helpful stuay
ehich thev make.
"A wasteful cook is the enemy of
Kaiser Willing To Lose
Half Million Soldiers
Rome, July 25. General Iu
detidorff told the kaiser before
the recent German drive that
he was prepared to sacrifice
half a million men, according
to a dispatch from Bsrnc to
day. The kaiser approved.
Cornet players nre credited by him
Wouldn't Dante have a thrilling ex
fierience were he a war correspondent
Doesn't hurt a bit to lift any corn
or callus off with finger.
Seventy Trucks and Cars
Ordered For War
Washington, July I'tit- Mure than
70,000 standardised trucks and passeo-
gor cars were ordered today by the
war department. Four classes of trucks
,and three classes of passenger ears
wera ordered. Of the trucks ordered,
two elassei ue of special design, while
the other two are commercial trucks
changed to meet the requirement of
bard Drug Co., in t. Angel by Een
,1 1. t fin,,.-;. I,,-. T,0, k'liv ll.
Willi an u ,., llf (HI I.XU1.U, i.i vw..-. ""; "
"' "l ub. ,urner hy H. P. Cornelius, In wood
Clarinet pluyers are next with C4.4, ' lllirn by Lyman H. Bhorev, in Salem
while the average oboe and bassoon v,7 pr. 6. C. Stone, in Silverton by Geo.
player lives to be about sixty-three A. Ste.dhamnier, in Gatea by Mrs. J.
years old. The lowest duration of life 1J. McCuidy and in Stayton by G. A.
by those players of wind Instruments 'Beauehamp. (Adv.)
Is In men who handle the flute. Be- j ' 1
cause of the formation of their Instru- fti-'ifl' Nn'lpc Fl'fim
ments. thev do not hnvo nniurii,i,n 1laU nUlvd 1 1 UIH
for full exercise of their lungs. There
fore the flute player, according to this
authority, reaches nn average age of
til .2 years.
It Is Interesting to observe the mini-
.her of seemingly aged men wbo are
District Number 2
The board has selected the follow
Mg for ihokermeu to leave for Yan-i-ouver
on the 20th: K. .1. Holt, Brooks;
,V. J. Bull, Woodburn; IV A. Orth, Mt.
members of orchestras. The theater Ansel.
orchestra Unit does not number one or j Herbert E. Moisan and Virgil Lane
two men Vbo have left their hnlr fur Loudan have been chosen to take a
behind with the years, or are so gray! course of training ut the Jtodern Auto
that they appear well upon the con- School, Spokane, and are to be there
tury murk, Is nn exception. The truth b.v AllK,lst 15'
Is that a steady and moderate dully! .T,,e 8!:ven !?r '""l1 "" lt"" .sor"
use of the limes, which Is called for vice at an.p i
h H,n n,.r.,n. .. , .1 USt
orid lines, keeping a time table, walked
directly into their heaviest losses. No
where did they feach the line of resis
tance the first day and Gouraud was ab
Ifl to report the Chnmpagne attack
German shells and a sm.oke screel ea
sijleJ them to pass the Marne the first
day and go well forward, reaching the
line of resistance at some points. ,
. Great Offensive Fails.
The next day, the Champagne effort
It is full of manly heroism, pictured
in hi usual fine s'yle.
"Marching on Tan:;a" is the per
sonal narrative of a soldier in General
Smuts' command in German East Afri
ca, Francis Young. He describes the
attack in the Pangani valley in the
"Disasters and the American Red
Cross in disaster relief" describes the
methods of relief us.-d by tbo Red
Cross in. eases of fir?, flood, tornado
e.r 1 disasters in coal mines ani at sea.
ended, while the 'ither pushed slightly Byron Deacon is tho author,
toward Evrnny. ft wa-j now noen that j "Afterwards" is a story by Kath
th3 German plan wag to take Epernay , lyn I.'hodes.
and Chalons, join their two armies,! "The way cut," a story of the Cum
tbroTT in all their reserves and smash berlands of today, is Emersoa- Hough 's
one or the other of tlw divided French new book. This book w;:s mentioned
armies. This was obviously impossible I hv President Burns in his lecture at
of realization and the Fie'nch counter l 1 'hautauqnij.
attack was .then decided on. ! For "lc CWldron
The minimum number of men lkvded
to hold the lines were set aside .lor that
purpose. All other availabcs were pr.c
cd in t!v region between Compiegcc and
liontdidicr. When it was ccriain the
irermans were thoroughly engaged. ;heso
were concentrated in th V iilers-C'ntter-
have not been selected at this
duty, is responsible for this remark-l T,, Knnr,i i,n. received word from
ably high average of existence.
the adi'.itant-general that the provost
marshal has decided to make the Aug
ust calls as large as those in July. In
cause of corrosion of galvanized !tv!;6 "J""10'! of ' 11 will
.(.,i..- i . ii ,, Woodburn board, the August calls win
xtenslons to chimneys to laid lflka al)out 4) 'f tho cw registrants
Why Iron Chimney Stacks Corrode.
gem ruiiy to condensation which forms 1)llv3icttUv qualified and September
Inside the stnek, and which iu con- ex,aust the list. The board has
Junction with tho carbon which has )W1 instructed to hurry with nil ex
been deposited In use, creates a gut-. animations and have "all in das si
vanlc action which soon destroys the ready for service. If 40 are inducted in
zinc coating and finally ents through August it will taku two-thirds of the
the Iron or steel base. To prevent new registrants who are qualified,
the condensation an nir space around P. J- .Semolko, 8cotts Mils, and A. E.
the stuck Is recommended. The stack & Mller, Monitor, who were rejected
Is made double from the base to a on account of not meeting the miuire
polnt close to the top, with small Iron n'O'its as to height, will ' bc
braces between the inner and outer !"1 thp. Kvernment recentl y making
t . . tho minimum lu'iiint w) iiiioiu or uo
casings. These may be riveted close I '"..T The weiBht 110 instead of
to the ends of the sheets In course of ;)lg p0.,llu)s.-Voodburu Independent,
construction. The air space nmy be ,
ono or two Inches, according to size of
smokestack, and local conditions.
L j Sugar Sonsumption
Must Be lurtai'ed
Mo humbug! Yon trul,v
can lift off every hard
corn, soft corn or corn be
tween tho toes, as well as
hardened calluses on bot
tom of feet without one
bit of pain.
A genius In Cincinnati
discovered freezoua. I; is
an ether compound and
tiny bottles of this magic
fluid can now be ha I at
any drug store fur a few
Apply several drops' , f
this freezone upon a tin
der, aching corn or a cul-
lus. Instantly all soreness
uwapiiears and shortlv
I yon will find tho corn or
callus so shriveled and
loose, that you lift it off
with the fingers You feel
noi pain while apply fn'ex-
I one or afterwards.
Just think t N'o more
corns or calluses to tor
ture you and they go
without causing sue
twiag of pain or soreness,
Ladie-i! Keep a tiny bottle of f.-ecj-oa
tit dresser and never let a corn
r calliu utile twiee.
With llindrnbiirg it is domination;
with Pershing it ia cooperation. And
i the latter will win in war as it has in
I Let's all be stockholders in this war
(business, -and let our dividends be the
siiiisfactiiiii of having helped the conn
jtry that has been helping us.
Man in the Making. Wnsliinglon, Julv Sli.-Short sugar
We nre all sculptors of life. From '8t0cks and need for iucreased exports
the anthropoid ape Binge clear up ' tion todiv caused the food administra-
through the ages, In the slow process .....Hon' to call upon the American
of evolution, limn hns been at work people to reduce consumption to two
Chiseling himself. Always on the whole pounds per person per month from
GET AT IT NOW
ITHt Tkl.L v .
iv-O that rcoe V
yv M w runt o LXiy
(l ws am ei c"l ' $
j tarry i "jK?K
r CRMMIIS& PHUIT WITHOUT UfeAH.
ILK TNtE?pOUCT TMt OWrlH PICMCOJ
This is one of the important thin gs
to know about canning. The Na
tional War Garden Commission of
Washington, - D. C, issues a free
book on canning and drying, which
may be had upon application, enclos
ing two centa for postage.
bettering himself a little, eliminating
the animal, the brute qualities more
mid more, In spite of setbacks, be hns
persistently struggled toward the real
isation of his Ideals the higher man,
the Ideal man. ,
Our sculpturing Is mental: our
thought is the chisel that traces the i
Ideal In life's marble. Angel and de
mon, beauty and ugliness, success and
failure He side by side In the mnr
ble of life. Dr. Orison Swet Harden,
Iu New Success.
AiiL'tist I to January 1. This is to in
clude all sugar used ou the table and
The present allotment is three pounds
per person per month.
Entng places are asked to limit sugar
to two pounds for -every ninety meals
HEAJLiTH CONDITIONS GOOD
mnjr lend to chronlo lunff troubln, or
mean that the chronic stage already
Is reached. In either casa. try
This tonlo ani tiasue-repalrer sup
plies the acknowledged benefits of Cal
cium treatment without disturbing- the
stomach. Contains no Alcohol, &a
cotlc or Ilakit-Formluu Drue.
$2 size, now $1.50. $1 tii, now S(!e.
Price Includes vmr tas. All 1 rut-irlota.
i..rv,,,i i,,,,r.u"ry. i -ni iaV- p.-lii
"The little girl's Knitting and cro
chet, book" begins with the simple
stitches and teaches the malting of
"Elizabeth Fry, th.' angel of the'
prisoners," her life is tcld by one of
the children's favorite writers, Laura
One of the library patrons is buy
ing one new book every month to send
to 'the soldiers, Are there not others
who would like to adopt such a polioyf
The appreciative messages the Ameri-
j can Library association receives from
: tho boys who are enjoying the eamp
and transport libraries should cause
many of us to pass on the book that
I has been read at home. The public H
I brary is still receiving books "to bo
j given to the soldiers. They are shipped
as tney accumulate.
Any .housewife may spend "a pleas
ant hour with the food charts the li-
Need Help to Pass the Crisis Safe
lyProof that Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Can be Relied Upon. '
in addition to its annoying symptoms, j
naa an attack of
grippe which lasted
ail winter and left
me in a weakened
condition. I felt at
times that I would
never be well again.
I read of Lydia B.
fink nam s v ege
and what it did for
through the Change
of Life, sol told my
doctor I would try
it. I soon began to
gain in strength
and the annoying
appeared and your Vegetable Compound
has made me a well, strong woman so
I do all my own housework. I cannot
recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound too highly to women
passing through the Change of Life."
Mrs. Frank Henson, 1316 S. Prchade
St, Urbana, 111.
Women who suffer from nervousness,
"heat flashes," backache, headaches
and "the blues" should try this famous
toot and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink
barn's Vegetable Compound.
Chautauqua Brings "An Evening in Hawaii"
Singers and Players from the Islands with Mildred Leo Clemens, Travel Lecturer
"Nuts" of Prlsrend.
insreim innKes (emnrKiitily modest! tho previous week,
demands on orthography for a Balkan j
town, being spelled In only six differ,
ent ways. . '
It has no need for a water board,
because the river Blrltzu, called the
Muritzn by casual geographers, cuts
the town in two, while In almost all
the streets there nre brooks that bo
come torrents after heavy rains.
The I'rlsremllan "nuts" are the most
gaudily dressed people In the Balkans,
and the local bnznnrs blaze with gar
ish garments, beside which the rain-bow-huod
neckties Inflicted on Inno
cent Kngllsbmen at Christmas would
look drab. London Chronicle. i
Washington, July 20. Health condi
tions in eriny camps "continue satis
factory, " tho surgeon general report
Ttu-ro were 94 deaths during the
ek ending July 19, as against 100
Tell your mother I
what my mother J
feeds ttQ says c6fa
Square meal corn flakes j
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ht h 'A v F - SLY? W :h
r.i.f -) f,ii'k-A
r t if ii H u A - -vVva s ' J
W mm .Mil i m m 1
The last nlcht of rhnntniinun n-ttt ha n ,.. rr ,, - .......
accompanied b, movln. rte m Z ZL It 1" i". T.""l . "n Jectore by Mi...ed Leo Qer
No better group of Hawaiian singers and players has been presented Tin thil .country than 1, nn,? .f1", V
bj as one of its members Kekuku, originator of the steel method of milftll nlar-tt. rri ..."
m, plalntiv, haunting melodies that are sn8. strlng.p.cked, crooned and chanted la th, native hols of Hwid