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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, JULY 30. 1918;
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x iiiue gin is suoject to suaaen
attacks of stomach and bowel
trouble and Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin al
ways relieves her quickly so she is soon play
ing about as usual. I have used Syrup Pepsin
for three years and would not be without it
now at any price."
(From a It
letter to Dr. Caldwell written by'
F. Smith- 600 Vireinia Ate..
. The Perfect Laxative
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By MATSKTi GARBXTT
Constipation is a condition to be guarded against from
infancy to old age. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is as
safe and pleasant for children as it is effective on even
the strongest constitution. A trial bottle can be obtain
ed free of charge by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell,
458 Washington St., Monticello, 111.
(Continued from pago one)
Oontinued ro page one)
tation facilities to get the troops to framed thut they watched the guards and
France, but it U understood recent found opportunity to seals the wall
change in fa astern ,n,lHinn. 1 w'tuut '"""I? noticed. At Urst tn 01
cause him to make other recommenda
German-Finns May Fight.
Christiana, July 30. Clashes between
the allies and German-Finns are imuii
ji?nt In Finland, according to dispntr.iies
received from Vardo, quoting travelers
Yaruo is situated on an island of tht
same name iu the Arctic ocean in close
proximit) to the Finnish const. British
and American soldiers have been landed
on th Aiurman coast in the district in
FEEDING THE NEWS
(Continued from page one)
ericaa transports, declared the failure
of the unilerrwater craft is duo to the.
fact that transports ara.able to moke I
landings from the north of Scotland to J
French Mediterranean ports.
''Should our submarines lie in wait !
off these ports to get a chance shotT"
he asked. "THo transports are strongly
protected by convoys and tlo not arrivo
regularly? Taking all this into consider
ation it is evident how little is the pros
peet of success in the employment of
submarines against the American trans
port. "Tho British asmrtions that ship
building is exceeding tho sinkings by
submarines and that the- destruction of
submarines exceeds the output are in
eorrect. To July 1, 1018, the enemy's
shipping and cargo losses amounted to
On February 12, 191B, Von Holtzen
dorff declared that within six month..
Iho submarine campaign would reduce
England to suing for peace.
Classified Ads Th Journal
kind get results, rhone'81.
ficers had no cluo as to the direction
tiw men. might have taken, but this
forenoon a horse and buggy which was
stclcn last night from Juke Idlewiue,
who lives two mihjs northeast of baiem,
nas found cast of Oorvais, and it is be
lieved tho convicts used the horse and
buggy and aie making their way to
rnson guards uavo been sent out la
that direction and Warden ilurphy has
irone to Portland to take up the hunt
from ilmt end of the line.
Iliompbon lias served two terms in the
pcMcnliary before for robbery, while
fhurher was known as a "prison bird."
i'e was serving a. sentence of 5 years
for burglary committed in UniatiiU
Beta men are 37 years old. Thompson
has brown eyes and dark, brown hair and
is of iui-dium build. Thurber has light
brown eys and brown hair.
BERLIN IS KEBVOT3S
Paris, July 30. The new
German retreat in tho Koissons
Khoinis pocket which became
known only yesterday, caused
among the population in Berlin
and throughout Germany, ac
cording to a Zurich dispatch to
the Journal today.
Th Cologne, (lazette end the
Lokal Anzeigcr declare the loss
of guund on the west front is
liomc, July 30. The west front
disaster caused a- depression
in Germany himilar to that the
Fiave debacle did in Austro
Hungnry. said a Heme dispatch
received here today.
South Germans accuse tho
German general staff of delib
erately sacrificing troops of the
southern German states.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
iu usa for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of
0 J anl has been made snder his per
&LjCJ&7xtt 8onal 8UPviEioa since its infancy.
yfuir?. SUQZ Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
lifants and CbJldran Experience against 'Experiment.
; 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. Its
ge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
Seen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising;
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels-, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep,
. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GBIUJNS CASTO R I A ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Bed Cross organization has insti
tuted a new patriotu ntoveweat is Sa
lem which will mean a great deal to
the soldiers and sailors ia th hospitals.
It ia that of tanning fruit and making
jam for use in the hospitals at Fort
Vancouver, Fort Stevens, Fort Canbr
and Fort Columbia. The need it very
great, for even at Fort Vancouver there
are one hundred patients at present
Last Thursday the women gathered
at the domestic science rooms of the
high school to can the fruit that had
been donated. This Thursday the work
wm be continued. -More cans are need
ed, and anyone having either cans or
fruit to donate arc asked to phone to
Mrs. iowersox, 2502J1, who has charge
of this part of the work.
In order to pay for the sugar and
rubber that are necessarily used, next
Saturday will be designated as tag day
and the general public will again have
an opportunity to show their sympathy
for worthy war work.
Rv. and Mrs. R. N. Avison, accom
panied by their daughter, Genevieve,
aro leaving -for Newport today where
they will take 4 cottage for a fort
night's vacation. Miss Avison expects
to leave about the middle of August
fo the east, where bIio will teach in
one of the high schools of Minnesota.
Of interest to the people in musical
circles, who are acquainted with Fran
cis Bikhtcr of Portland, is the fact that
he paused with high honors the exami
nations for Fellow of the American
Guild of Organists. Professor Thomas
Huberts of iSulom has been a member
for several years. The attainment of
membership in this body is a distin
guished honor ag the university of the
state of New York grants and author
izes this degree. At present Mr. Eich-
te its spending a vacation in Washing
ton and while tncre will appear 111 a
concert at Camp Lewis.
The Misses Bernice Bunn and Belle
Fosnot cumo down from Portland to
spond tho week end with thoir par
ents, Mrs. Nellie Bunn and Mrs. Dora
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Steiner and
son, Milton, lclt last iTiday for their
summer home at Neskowin. Mrs. Stein
er expects to remain for a month or
longer at the coast, but Dr. Steiner
and Milton returned home Sunday
Mrs. Steiner will be a guest at the
Dan J. Fry place while the rent of
her family are in Salem.
Mrs. Lee Acheson of Salem and Miss
Jessie liloss and Miss Edna Bluker of
1'ortland aro enjoying a vacation at
Coles Camp "Wo-Li-Kit."
FIGHTING IS FIERCE
(Continued from page one)
iREPORT OF TURKEY'S
BREAK WITH KAISER
Washisgtcn Points Out IHs
Not Likely Without First
Feeling Of Allies
schnrp wedge has been driven into the
Germun lines in tho direction of Fismea
On the eastern edge of the salient al
lied troops were reportod fighting in
tho southern outskirts of Ville En Tar
denots, while further progress has been
made bwtween Ste. Eu-ph raise and Blig
ny, up the Ardre river. This stream
flows northwestward to Fisnios.
An appreciable advance also hag been
made on the western edge of tho pock
et above Oulchy-Lo-Chateau. where
Grand ltozoy and Cuguy were captured
with 4.)0 prisoners.
The presence of fresh Prussian and
Bavarian guard regiments in the fight
ing is accepted as admission by the
crown prince that tho situation is be
coining increasingly menacing.
Washington, July 30 Reports that
Turkey has broks a with Germany, tho
unconfirmed here today, gave increas
ed evident that all is not well at Ger
many's back door.
Authorities inclined to doubt- that
there had been an actual split between
tho nations. But they did admit that
there was sufficient semblance of va
riety ia tlie story to indicate that Tur
key 19 increasingly imperious in her
demands on Germany and Bulgaria.
State department advices recently
nave shown tnat the Turks were reach
ing out with greedy hands for terri
tory, now that the Teutonic entente
considered .Russia and .Rumania fair
spoils. This ha engendered- bitterness
It is doubted that Turkey would split
with Germany without first trying to
auimj n varam Hlin luc allies.
Keports that King Ferdinand of Bul
garia has departed mysteriously con
stitutes another anJe of the turmoil
brewing among Germany's friends.
This government is still awaiting an
otlicral iurkish answer to its demands
for information a to the arrti-American
outrages at Tabriz.
The state department cautioned it
was unwise to place too much credence
on the reported break. It was recalled
that from time t time there have
been report of Turkish dissatisfaction
with German domination.
It is likely some of the Turkish gov
crnment organization is anti-German,
but it is doubtful if this gnrup predom
inates, olfieiato say.
As to Bulgaria, it was pointed out
that the prospects of- Balkan distribu
tion in the peaice conference is disturb
ing her. She- is in no position now to
trails with the allies.
"On the 28th instant 10 tons of
bomba were distributed on ammunition
dumps, railway stations and billets in
the neighborhood of Duai, Armenticrcs
"In the early morning there was a
certain amount of fighting in the air.
Nine hostile machines were brought
down and two hostile balloons shot
down in flames. Four of our machines
"During the night Bapautno and act
ive hostile batteries were bombed, all
of our machines returning."
German Casultiea .
London, July 30, Correspondents in
the Soissons-ltheinis sector declare the
Germans have lost 30,000 prisoners in
their Tecent operations and that other
casualties will total 250,000.
Get Busy in Flanders
London, .Tnlv 30 Successful raids
lust night iu tho neighborhood of Ay
itte (Pieardy) and Merris (Flanders)
were reported by Field Marshal Haig
today. Gorman artillery threw a num
ber of gas sholls northwest of Albert.
"We raptured a fciW prisons,' hist
night in a successful raid in the neigh
borhood! of A'.vette,V the statement
"Shortly after midnight, Australian
patrols entered the enemy's positions
about Merris. Forty prisoners have
been taken by our troops iu this vi
'Hostile artillery has been aet'jpc,
with gas shells, northwest of Albert
nnd has lso shown activity at a num
ber of points between tlie La Jiassee
canal and Ypres. "
By William Philip Sunms
(United Press staff correspondent)
With tho British Armies in France,
July 30. Australian troops captured
Merris by a surprise attack early to
day. The Australians quickly surround
ed the village shortly after midnight.
After a few minutes' snappy work,
tho place was cleared of Germans and
outposts wore established to guard
against surprise counter attacks.
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IITW Vf.M CITV,
Amsterdam, July 30. "All material
was destroyed before we preiwred re
tirement to positions near Fere Kit
Tardenois and Ville En Tardcnois, " a
semi-official dispatch from IHrlin stat
London, Julv 30. (4:32 p. m.)
French troops have captured Komigny
a mile and a half southwest of Ville
En Tardenois, it was learned this af
ternoon. Elsewhere- there is little chango in
the battle line, which fluctuating as
tho fighting progresses.
German Meat Bation Cut
Amsterdam. July 30. German meat
rations will be reduced to 50 grammes
weekly -beginning August 12, dispatch
es received here today stated.
The Outdoor Girl
Protects the skin and
complexion from all
Soothing and healing
after exposure. Relieves
sunburn, tan and rough
or chapped skins. Try it
Send 10c. for Trial SU
FERD. T. HOPKINS 4k SON, New York
Profits and Prices
Profits may be considered from
1st Their effect on prices;
2nd As a return to investors.
When profits are small as com
pared with sales, they have little
. effect on prices.
Swift & Company's profits are
only a fraction of a cent per
pound on all products sold, and if
eliminated entirely would have
practically no effect qn prices.
Swift & Company paid 10 per
cent dividends to over 20,000 stock
holders out of its 1917 profits. It also
had to build extensions and im
provements out of profits; to finance
large stocks of goods made
necessary by unprecedented re
quirements of the United States
and Allied Governments; and to
provide protection against the day
of declining markets.
Is it fair to call this profiteering?
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
King Geirge Decorates
London, July 30. King- George has
conferred upon General Biddle, com
mander of the American-, forces in
Great Britain, the order of commander
of the bath, it -was announced.
Subject of Letter
Washington, July 30 Decoration of
Uenerals. Pershing, March, Bidilfc and
others by King George, will be made
the subject of a. letter from Secretary
of War Baker to th British emtssy
soon. Baker will outline this govern
ment's position of acceptance of tho
foreign decorations awarded thftn.
I While these decorations are hot to
be accepted by American offic-ers -witu-jout
congressional sanction it ie assum
jed arrangements will be made to the
;gvnerals may accept.
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Nina Airplanes Downed
London, July 30. Destruction of
nine enemv airplanes and two observa
tion balloons wa reported today in
the air ministry communiqne, which al
so stated that four tiritisn machines
were missing. The communique said:
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Women seeking extra value will sure
ly find it here.
Ladies' Silk Dresses, special price , ... ... $7.50 to $22.50
Ccats, special price .$10.00 to $35.00
Silk Waist , $2.98 to $7.50
Lingerie Waist $1.00 to $2.50
Silk Sweater and Shpon ; $4.50 to $19.50
Wool Sweater and Slipon $3.95 to $12.50
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