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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1918.
GARB) 25 POUND S i
By MABEL GABBETT
You will find wonderful bar
gains in our Dry Goods, Shoes,
Men's Clothing, Men's Furnishings.
Also Great Economy Basement Offerings.
Do not delay buying because we save you
big money on all lines that we still have.
We retain the right of the
use of the Court street
entrance You can reach
any of our three stores
dry goods, men's cloth
ing; or basement, from
either Court or Commer
Corner Court and
Com! Street, Salem
Loudon, Aug 2 -HuceouBful raiding op
erations and hoatilo artillery firo In
various, sectors of tho Picardy, and
riaiul'i's front wore reported by Field
Marshal Hnig today Prisoner were to
ken in raids north of Albert and near
Kevtuliert. German artillery sTictled
British positions south of the Komino,
south of Ypres, north of Betuuue and
"sst of Hanebrouek.
Journal Want Ads Pay
Madam: The Boy
and the Child-all have their
"GLOVE FITTING" AND
LA YICTOIRE CORSETS
We have just received a large
shipment and our lines are com
plete. We are headquarters for
these wonderful corsets, with
which Salem's knowing women
every day of the year enjoy
grace, beauty and supreme com.
I The materials vary from
Brocades to simple Batiste, the
' lines vary from those of the
i plumpest to those of the slim
mest of women. But the quality
the style the fit are always
the same. Prices range from
. ' tenMT
60c to $2 GO
It doesn't necessarily take a
swimming hole to separate a
boy from his pants. But, what
over may, we have about 600
pairs of boys Knirkerbovkers
In mixed fabrics, khaki and
eorduroyi for his majesty.
This affurds ample assortment
for good selections. Sizes 0 to
The ChOiTs Test
Your child wants shoes that are easy
to wear that don't pinch or bind
But the shoe must fit snuggly in or
der to be comfortable.
fit the child's foot properly, because
they are made upon the Rrnwn Nkup
iiiK Lasts, which reproduce Nature's
perfect lines of grace and beauty.
They are easy to wearand hard to
outwear. They are (joodlookinjj
1 Cost YOU
A Nutritious Diet for All Ages.
Keep Horlick's Always on Hand
Quick Lunch; Home or Officer
(Continued from page one)
training teacher has been bo great that
it will be impossible for alt schools to
equip themselves by September."
"Another teachers' agency writes:
"It is now many weeks since a man
has been on our list who would consider
anything under $1300 or $1400. Men
who would consider this salary are
practically all 'begi njuers. There are
hundreds of high sehols in the central
states offering $lf)0O and up fur manual
training teachers.' "
With such a condition confronting
him, Mr. Todd reported to the board
that he had under consideration tho
following manual training teachers:
Paul H. Newman, Spokane Graduate
of Washington State College and with
7 years experience lis actual carpenter
and 1 years teaching experience; will
i take place at $17o0.
A. V. Huse who has worked at cab
iiuct making iu his summer vacations
iwlth li years experience in Jlanual
Training teaching and who is a grad-
ttnto ot the Stout. Institute offers his
services, not stating a price.
X Parks Blodgett, who has i years
experience in High School in East
Chicago, and who has been doing cab
inet work for the School Board this
summer and who has taken a course in
Kngineering lit tho Michignn Agricul
tural College offers his services without
Mr. A. H. Brubaker a graduate of
lOshkosh, Wisconsin, having had 2 years
teaching experience and who is now em
ployed as foreman of a garage at $:(.. 00
a week offers his services at. $1300-
Alr. F. J. Springsteen is applying for
somewhat les for from $1400 to $1300.
A Real Summer Resort
At "Old Swinon Hole"
(Capital Journal Kpeeial Service)
Turner. Aug. 2. Never has the.-r
been a time that the "01' swimmin
hole" was as popular as it hna been
during the month of July. August bids
fair to bring more of the merry swim
mers in their bright batliint; suits to
this refreshing dip. TTtIct the super
vision of Merle Pearson a strong new
diving board has been installed togeth-
I Nem Felt Uer la Mj Life
Says Bland After Taking
"Tanlae has not only made a won
derful change- in. my wfe, but I have
been greatly benefited, by it myself.
It has put her in shape to where she
has gamed twlva pounds in thirty
daya and now she? feels fine all the
time. And as for myself, I have pick
ed up twenty fivtr pounds, and; never
felt better in my life-"
Thia interesting and remarkable state
meat was made by P. O. island of -7-4
Fourth Ave.. North, Seattle, Washing
Continuing 5L Bland said; "Jfy
wife ha had one of the west cases of
stomach, trouble, it seems to me a per
son could have, and everything sue
would eat disagreed with her in a way
that caused her the greatest of suffer
ing. During the past five years we
tried everything we heard of in our
efforts to help her and build her up,
but nothing seemed to. do her any good.
Her appetite left her entirely, her
complexion was sallow, and her health
was all gone to pieces. She used to
weigh one hundred and seventy pounds,
but fell off to one hundred and thirty
three ajid was so weak she could hard
ly raise her arms. For one solid month
before she began taking Tanlac, she
wag. down in bed, hardly able to. move.
"About the last of April she started
on Tanlac, and. the results have been
wonderful. She has no toiible whatever
with her stomach, now. She. eats any
thing she wants without suffering a
particle from it, and has a splendid appetite-
She was so nervous anil miser
able, before she began, taking Tanlae
she hardly knew what a good night's
sleep was. but now she sleeps the whole
night through just like a child. Her
color is clearing up and she is able
to da all her housework without any
"When I nflticcd the wonderful ben
efits shw was Retting frojii Tanlac, I
started taking the medicine myself, as
I had been- suffering for sometime
with indigestion and constipation and
was badly run down- I had fallen off
to one hundred and forty two pounds
and was still losing. I don't suffer a
particle with indigestion now., n mat
ter what I eat, and I am always ready
with a big appetite when meal time
comes. I now weigh one hundred and
sixty seven pounds, making a gain of
twenty five pounds, and my wife and
I are both glad to recommend Tanlac,
as it has done far more than we ever
expected of it."
Tanlac is Bold in Hubbard by Hun
bard Drug Co., in Mt. Angel by Ben
Gooeh, in Gervais by John Kelly, in
Turner by H. V. Cornelius, in Wood
burn by Lyman H. Shorey, in Salem
by Dr. S. l, Stone, a Silverton by Geo.
A. Steclhammer, iir Hates by Mrs. J.
P. MeCurdy and in Stayton by C. A.
PACIFIC COAST FOOD
(Continued from page one)
Among tha families who have recent
ly moved to Salem are Mr. and Mrs.
AYilsoo. and their three children,
Gladys, Caroline and Charlie. They are
from Munroe, Oregon, and are plan
ning: to make their future home here
Miss Gladys Wilson expects to enter
Willamette university as a freshman in
the fall. V
struetors of wooden ships rated for
efficiency for the munth of May by the
Emergency Fleet corporation, th five
highest rated steel -and) eight highest
rated wooden ship constructors, are in
this district. The most notable con
struction, record yet made anywhere
wa the launching ef a 12,000 ton steel
freighter by an Alameda, yard in 45
days- from the date of keel laying.
"Fir lumber mills of Oregon and
Washington, have pledged themselves
to supply to the government each month
not lew than six hundred cars of air
plane fir. Additional orders for 60,
000,000 feet of lumber fo eastern can
tonments, have heeni placed, aud it is
said that orders for 110,000,000 feet for
refrigerator cars, ship construction and
navy needs will be placed shortly."
Mrs. William McGilchrist and chil-1
dren, Josephine and William, have re- j
turned from a month's outing at the
coast. Miss Ethel MfGilehrist was also !
with. them. j
Me and Mrs. 'Chauneev Butler ex- !
pect to leave today for seaside for a ,
vacation. While there they will ba en-!
tertained by Judge A. S. Bennett, the
father of Mrs. Butler. Mr. Butler will
return in about two weeks while Mrs. j
Butler will remain for a month.
Mrs. Chauncey Bishop is leaving to
day for a few weeks at the coast- She
will be joined in Portland by her sis
ter, Mrs. T. C. Roberts, of Hood River
and together they will go to Seaside for '
a vacation. j
Mr and Mrs. B. E. Carrier, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Swaffurd,
left this morning for Portland in an-
tieipation of a trip up the Columbia
highway. Miss Floy Button, who taught,
in one of the Salem junior hiifh schools
last year will als be a member of the j
party. The A. B. Miles family will
join them in Portland and later they
will all motor up to Mount Hood.
Dr and Mrs. O. A. Olson have re
turned from an extended trip in the
east Among other places they visited
at Chicago. Dr. Olson has been gone
for about a month, but Mrs. Olson pre
ceded him by several weeks, se that
she might visit in Minnesota.
Charles A. Tark of the Wallace farm
spent th day in Portland yesterday.
Many flowers and notes have been
sent to Mis. Ralph Matthews, daughter
of Mrs. A. L. Brown,. 330 South Com
mercial street, who is recovering nicely
from en opeation for appenuu'ius. one
came from her home in the east re
cently to spend the summer here.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Metcalf of
1263 Court street, left yesterday for a
month's sojoun at the coast. They were
accompanied by Mrs. R. A. Bielski and
family of. South Dakota. Mrs. Bielski
is a daughter of the Merealfs and has
been visiting in Salem for over a
month. In a short time she will be
joined by her husband.
Miss Ella Anderson arrived in Sa
lem Wednesday evening to take a po
sition in the state accident commission
She graduated in May from the Grants
Pass high school where she took work
in the commercial department.
INCLUDING SAMPLE LINE
Sport Models-Street Models Afternoon Models
For Qaick Selling
U. G. Shipley Co.
Quality Merchandise Popular Prices
WANT NAME CHANGED
Germantowu, ('al.,'Aug. 2v Following
the protest of the Southern Pacific
Railway company against changing the
name of -this town to Artois citizens
will hold a muss meeting here August
9. The company objects to the change
because there is a freight station on
its line with the same name.
Journal Want Ads Pay
TO HAVE PERFECT SKIN
THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER
This is the season when she who
would have a lilly white complexion
should turn her thoughts to mercolized
wax, tho firm friends of the summer
girl. Nothing so effectually overcomes
the soiling effects of sun, wind, dust
and dirt. The. was literally absorbs the
scorched, discolored, withered or coars
ened scarf skin, bringing forth a
brand new skin, clear, scft and girlish-'
ly beautiful. It also unclogs the pores,
removing blackheads and increasing
the skin's breathing capacity.
An ounce ot mercolized wax, obtain
able at any drug store, applied night
ly like cold cream, and washed off
mornings, will gradually improve even
tho worst complexion. There is nothing
better for the removal of tan, freckles
Innraura weight and strength of thin,
delicate, nrvuun popl. It Is tb
only dltcextllile (rm of phosphatr th.it
fwls tli nerves direct, the cWmkully
pur furiu ot pkonphat natural);
in una lit nrntn and nerrs ecus.
Hold hv tlrtiRKlatl uttor a gun run -tw
ef jntlBfn.-tlnn or money hack.
mand tha crmiutne UITKO-Phasuhsto.
th kind that pbjratcinns pmavrlti
For Thin People
er with the seat that. haT been ar
ranged the caretaker ar extending a
heartv welcome to all. Tha only re
quest that the entrance be kept, dosed
and .'io fires be lurt..
A large crowd ot withers f.f the Hp
worth League motored far-Jefferson last
Sunday to attend th institute that had
been in msion during the post week.
Mr. and .VI rs. a. U hart spent tn
week end in Portland.
Mr. J. B. Bowne and daughter,
Agnes, were the house guests, of Mrs.
H. L. Earl recently.
Ms. 1 Larson is in very poor health
Mr- Ihnvisi and family spent Sunday
in Salem, tne guests ot Airs, v.navis
sisters. Mis. A. Bell and Mrs. Wni, Mc-Farland.
John Watson, Jr., is home on a fw
days visit .before leaving for Eugene
where he has a month's training then
it's "off for France."
Mrs. Little, Sr., is enjoying a visit
from iher tkitghtcr and children of
Harvey C. Ransom is back in town
C. F. Bones was in town, Tuesday on
Mr. and Mrs. Kb LaFore of Salem
ere in Turner on business Wednesday
Miss Buena Bicknell was in lurner
visiting old friends.
Mrs. Charley Hear entertained toe
W. C. T. I. at their last meeting. Sev
eral members of the Pleasant View W.
C. T- U. were gnetts of tha afternoon.
Tho two unions are to have a picnic
Miss Agnes Kelly loft Thursday
morning for a short visit at Waeonda.
Little Miss Smith of Washington is bl
here visiting her grandfather, H. V.
Mrs. HowUrd Shafer is spending a
few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Organized in Moscow.
Zurich, Aug. 2. German Ambassador
Von Helfferich ha sent a note to
Russian war minister Trotsky stating
that the murdur of both General Von
Eichhorn and Ambassador Von Mirbach
was organized in Moscow and calling
npon the .Maximalist government to
search out and. punish thosa guilty and
lestroy the hot beds of anti-German
intrigue in Moscow and Pctrograd, it
was learned here today.
Watch Your Blood Supply,
Don't Let Impurities Creep In
Pure Blood Means Perfect
The average druggist has handled
hundreds of medicines in his day,
loma of which have long since been
But there is one that has been sold
by the druggists throughout this
country, for more than fifty years,
ind that is S. S. S.. tha reliable blood
medicine, that is purely vegetable.
Many druggists have seen wonderful
results accomplished among their
customers by this great old medicine,
and they know that S. S. S. is-one ol
the most reliable blood purifiers ever
made. Keep your Wood free of im
purities by the use of this honest old
medicine, and if you want medical
advice, you can obtain same without
cost by writing to Medical Director,
Swift Specific Co., 28 Swift Labora
tory, Atlanta, Ga.
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term to th thought that hcIoim and di
tms arc Mtural. Ihejr know tetter, (or Is
Mother's Friend they have found a wow
irrfnl pwietrsttn Rmetly to rellev nn
Kemrasnca, bearing down and strctchlrg
pain an anion- tin disbeartenlnr and d f
tmmin Hn.rUnM wmnf. wmlwi an T
they entirely atraptt during- tha period ol
nwrtanry by tha use of Mother's ifrleiuL 1
Hera la a remedy that soften tha myrlftj ' T
it brand, flat abdominal muscle just bq T
uv-Bwt uiv wu, eaauiev uieni w cxpanu wun
stt ine wual "train upon tha Itaaments
Bene and asateta naiura to maka It
Bhl for wnaim to- to thratmh aiaternll'
Itl.otit many of tha dreaded symptoms
I By reaular usa throorhotit rha period n
autadaa aipaad easily when baby la barn
ml pain and daofar at the criaia la coat
, aMineatlr lrta.
I Mother's Friend t fne Mtmut m. aii
! Is abaulutply and entirety aula and has be.
am ay trtnuMiuia er women n watting
peanuv ima io a annul lira lor pi
featf a renturr.
Write tae BrwlHelti Itarnbtor Cot. 1
l.anMi Bide., Atlanta. biL. lur Mr "M(ith '
arbood Book." so Taiuabla to eipactsnt mul'i
era. and In tha awanHata iwttln a hnttu ,1
Morber'a Prtaad from tha aaaaaat drtur ator I i-
wu in naa (rnctiy aeeonun u dlrertlait
who my mint ana Mas (orunr rourK4
Saainat aU aatt dacoaatert, I
GET MORE MILES
I am getting six mere miles per f
gallon oi gasoline, 20 per cent
more power from my engine and t
freedom from carbon troubles.
I am saving dollars every month I
instead of wasting them in un
necessary gasoline. All because
I use a
itiH " 1 am " thoroughly convinced by actual tost of the merit of the Lydon
? T3 ' pPi'l,,er thst 1 want a11 mJ ffifndf and their friends to knew about it
dm II " 11 f0s,s J011 nothing to own a Lydon Speed- a, T
lor beeauae it saves its price in a month. It
is the biggest value for $5 that I know of
Kits every car.
I have taken the general agency for this
territory and want a live agent in each town.
See or write me at once and let me explain
JOHN D. CAUGHELL
Box 193 Salem, Ore. Phone 1U7