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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1918.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
OWVWW ' A yTV
By MABEL GA&EXTT
Hi8 Kind Toa Have Always Bought, and which has been
la use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made ander his per
f' jCyJf-y',, onl superrkloa since its infancy.
xarv. 44MK Allow no one to deceive you la this.
JL11 Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " axe but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
, What is CASTOR I A
Cast or ia is a harmless substitute for Castor 00, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains
neither Opium, Morphine dot other narcotic substance. Its
age 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; giring healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Frkad.
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
a y Bears the Signature of
Id Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
SPAIN HAS BROUGHT
EfKbtly Fears Moral Effect
Of Getting Any More Na
tions Against Her.
Bantnnder, Spain, Aug. 27.-(lermaiiy
fcti accept,) (II foinlitlum contained
la the Kpallili note regarding the uh
marine situation, it was announced hir
today, Ucrinan shipping Interned in
Kpanisli jKirti will be voluntarily tumid
over to H,ln In replace any future Ions-
fium I! boat.
At the sanin time. Foieign Minister
IHto announced (tint the government
would requisition all Haulh tonnage,
wvhlrh will lie apportioned affording to
ltal neeeaMtio. Other government. In
whose trade anine of thii tonunge will
1 employed will bq asked to ,et spec.
Ified commodities exchange of eaigooa
neh a Iron ore, olive il, etc., Germany
la niidorstood to have stated she will
ot torpedo these requisitioned vessel.
Norway Win, Too
Clirlstinnla, Aug. 87, Replying to
Norway 'a protrit against sinking of
er shipping outside of the "danger
ae" Germany has offered eonipenim
tton where it U proven ship waa aunli
without warning, It waa announced to
day. Norwegian newspapera advocate eela
w of equivalent flerman tonnage such
u Spain furred upon Germany,
THESB ARE BEATEN.
Amiterdam, Aug. art "The Herman
people at not beaten, tmf th perni
cious belief in oninltenre of the mail j
d fist, and hiie of he Herman jingoes
for (iceman world ibimluaion U beat
en," declare the Vnrwaerta. in regard I
ta I,ord Cocil 'a lnter iew Friday.
Are You la Trouble?
The Problems of Life:
W, Worrlea, Borrows, Love, Domea
tle and Business Affair. BOLVKD;
Norvoua, Mental and Piychlcal Dla
, TKBATKD; and
Your Natural "Flnea" Vocation
Earth. FOUND by tha
Nineteen Pa in lea Parker
of fices in the United States
repair the teeth of over
100,000 people annually.
State and Commercial
(Continued from page one)
to show for It. In answer the aiithorilicii
ay that an plane, can't he purchased
like groceries that much of Ihia vai.1
sum went for personnel and preparation
I he I. inert v motor it being iirodined
in big dully ipiaulitiea and auuuld reach
the peak before long. Whit there are
hitches .till, the program i ou the mend
eonnlantlv and the output before luiiit'....
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mil or an inni ia iirvucu.
The home of Mra. E. Hofer, 765
!outh Commercial 'street, wai the aceae
of a delightfully informal party thia
afternoon when ab entertained in hon
or at Mi n Marie Hofer, who haa been
visiting; here from her home in Pasa
dena, California, for about a month.
The rooms were cailr deeoatd with
bowls of phloi and aweet peua end the
guests passed the afternoon happily
with their knitting.
turing the afternoon Mrs, Hofer, as
sisted by Mrs. Anna Hofer and Mist
MrKinney, served refreshments.
Thoe who enjored the affair were
Mrs. l'rinee Hyrd. Mra. Curtis Cross,
Mrs. W. C. Dyer, Mrs. Krank 11. Ppears,
Miss Mabel Withycombe, Miss Mabel
Hubert-son, Mrs. William Lvtle, Mrs.
David Kvre, Mrs. Hugh MeCammon,
Miss Catharine Carson, Mrs. italph
Matthews, who is spending the sum
mer ia Sale in, Mrs. Jack Sadler of Au
rora, Mrs. Anna Hofer and daughter.
Dorothy. Miss MrKiune.r, Mrs. Allan
livDon, Mrs- K. Hofer and the guest f
honor, Mjss Marie Hofer.
A party of fiab m people who motored
the latter part or last week to roruanu
to spend the week end, returned Hun
ilnv. Those who went were Dr. and
Mrs. ). A. Olwn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Ntcge, Mrs. Iladenbrook and Mr. Hher
wood. Mrs. W. H. Cook of 1S North 12th
Mtreet is enjoying ft visit from Mrs. J
11. llauser, whom she hail not seen for
many years. Mrs. llauser, who is from
Aberdeen, South Dakota, attended the
meeting of the (irand Army of the Re
public and ia now visiting her relatives
and former friends in the welt.
Whilo here Mrs. llauser will bo en
tertained for a part of the time by
her nephew, Paul llauser. Accompanied
by Mrs. Cook, she plans to go to Ku
geno the latter part of the week to
visit iJloyd llauser, another one of her
nephews Mrs. llauser will probably re
main for about a week in ttalcra visit
Miss Lena Hello Tartar il spending
a short vai-stion with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. N. Tartar, of Corvallis, Mr.
Tartar is one of the professors in the
matheumtiee department of the Oregon
Agricultural college there.
Among thone people who have been
spending their vacation at Hclknap
Mprings are Mr. aud Mra. U. L. Den
cer aud Mr. and Mra. Smith Dougherty
llefore returning they expect to spend
a few days at r'oleys fcpnugs.
Mrs. Albert Millsap (llallie Vat
son) who has been spending three weeks
in Haleiu visiting with her pureuis, re
turned to her home in l'ortlund fuu
d"y- . . .
Mr. and Mrs John W. Carson of Fuir-
view avenue have beeu entertaiuing as
their house suests. Mr, and Mrs. Vt
K. Tomliuson aud ton, liarolil. lne
Tomlinmin are. from Marshalltown,
Iowa, and are enjoying an extended
motoriuir trin throiuth the west. Tbey
have been visiting in Seattle and vari
ous points in Washington and aro now
on their way to ls Angeics. aner
spending a few dnys in Salem they left
his uioriiiug tor lanrornia.
Mrs. Jack Wadler of Aurora ia apend-
uig the our in naiem as wie gurs ui
XO WASTE IN THI9 WAR COW.V
The American designers are doing
their- utinowt to eliminate waste on all
apparels, so as to meet the present
war demands. This gown ia one of the
most striking: in that respect. Not an
uiinecegfary inch of material has been
used. The gown pictured here is ot
navy blue serge with long black fringe
and aun ray or aim in brack.
Inderwood m Inderwood.
Mrs. K. Hofer. Phe ia one of the guests
at tho knitting party given this after
noon by Mrs. K. Hofer in honor of Mia
Mr. and Mrs. Irving of lll3 Booth
Uibertv are enjoying a visit from Mrs.
M. K. Franklin of Philomath. Mrs. Irv
ing is a daughter of Mrs. Franklin.
Dr. and Mrs. Sleeves, who have been
spending a larxe part of the aumuier at
Newport, came home to spend the week
end. They left this morning end will
probably remaiu until the ttfM of September.
HS HIS DEFEAT
This Accounts for Spain's
Sudden Action. She Has
Picked Allies to Vm
Miss tiladys Carson left this morning
for isilcta where she will spend a vaca
tion of about ten days with Miss Kthel
Davey, a former lowg friend. Mine Car
n will leave about the middle of Sep
tember for Klkins where she will con
tinue her work of last year a super
visor of the rural training eeuter.
By J. W T. Mason,
(I'nited Presa war expert.)
New York. Aug. 27. Cerniany ' re
treat along tho west front is being- ae-
eeted by the neutral nationeof Europe
who constitute the only aoVquate im
partial observers left in the world, aa
the beginning of the kaiser's inevitable
America's colossal military strength,
which is accumulating overseas, ia now
exerting a profound influence on the
neutral chancellories and is giving cour
age to them to defy the insolent out
lawry of BerKn. Spain is the first
neutral to show nnraistnkeably how the
world outside the conflict regards the
present plight of German militarists-
The demand by the Spanish govern
ment' tnat Uermany consent to the seiz
ure of interned Gorman ships to make
good the losses of Spanish veasela sunk
by th submarines, is of profound im
Spain has played aa opportunist pol'
icy throughout the war. The Spanish
ministries have consistently poetpoued
any action for four ycara that would
antagonize either aide in the war.
Spam has tried to pick the winner
in advance, but hai hesitated as the
tide of battle fluctuated. Now, how
ever, by challenging Uermany 'a pirati
cal righta at sea, King Alfonso 'e gov
ernment demonstrates that the Spanish
authorities believe the Uermane are
going to lose the war.
The meek acceptance of Spain 'a ulti-
ndi malum by the kaiser is in ilsetr
What The Packers
Do For You
Not very many years ago in the history of the world,
the man that lived in America had to hunt for- his food,
or go without
Now he sits down at a table and decides what he
wants to eat; or his wife calls up the market and has it sent
home for him. And what he gets is incomparably better.
Everyone of us has some part in the vast human
machine, called society, that makes all this convenience
The packer's part is to prepare meat and get it to
every part of the country sweet and fresh to obtain it
from the stock raiser, to dress it, cool it, ship it many
miles in special refrigerator cars, keep it cool at distrib
uting points, and get it into the consumer's hands your
hands through retailers, all within about two weeks.
For this service so perfect and effective that you
are scarcely aware that anything is being done for you
you pay the packers an average profit of only a fraction
of a cent a pound above actual cost on every pound of
meat you eat.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
BIG MAN POWER BILL
Continued from page one)
tor Overman, discussing the senate
auicmltm'iit to defer ealiiug IH and IV
(year old boys, declared Secretary of
I War linker had Ntithnriaed hi in to make
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PERSONAL TBOnnil! SPirCI it 11T ' ' ' ' ' young men, nowever.
ALZAMON IRA LUCAS, .opt j l ulled Males until need
rsk-Ahi aW VmmWmI Ducter. I ,,
AMnm K. o. Ws sat. Furilwi. Onmm. .""""m M" Mexico, wno wouiil
bavt made all nun between IH and &'
Frofeisor Delia Ciowder Miller is en-
niiiiug aa her house guests at her
... l-..riv frl. Kev
Mi J II Crowdor of U'catur, Illinois. onfeaion that (ienuany eommitted the
Kevl f'lo.der, who is I'rofessor Miller's I ' diplomatic mistake in modern
father, erne wc, to attend the mectingi h' T '
III III ruu ."", " 'v ,
I'ortluiid last week.. As he la me,r .
pat state eonunander of Illineis, he was
It i impeseible for the kaiser 'e
'ewmarillw to offer a satisfactory ra
the leader of the Illinois oeiegauon
which headed the procession of H'e O.
A. R. liiembors.
Kev. I'rowder enjoyed the Columbia
highway trip end is delighted with Ore.
t . t ...:, ii . ..e .kia w.rfMti Wtv J .
Leaving iue Hiiiiuie i" " ".Hreemo
and Mrs. I'rowder will .to"""" H 10
l.os Angeles, California, where they will
ped a short time before rctuining to
their home ill Illinois.
donation to the Herman people eon
i crning thia reversal of attitude. The
(malignant influence upon flerman nor
rile Spain a firm stand will eicrt, will
ritensive and Ua of confidence in
.tho iudgwent of those entrusted with
iertnany'a future fate will certainly
ol 13 oil
givrs cosy startinf', qui
jhJ amooth aKcelrretiun,
power ami outrage, ia Rod
STANDA1D OIL COstAHY
. af lVt
K e- K . twx
i . m iuiiuo" sss ar m r a
'liabU' to Hiitftsry .ervieo. Fall' amend
jment included inemlrs of eoligrewi, all
j federal, state and near city officials
land judges. The only grounds for
lemptioH under 1'sll's plan were physical
J or mental disability.
I Mr a vote of to H, the senate re
jected an a'oendmeut to niak the min
imum draft Is tnntead of IV
Tbiee other attempts ta change the
eg at which men may b sent to ser
vice, were quickly defeated. Senator
Vavdaiuan u.-lit to fix Z vears as the
minimum; Senator Kirbr "ir vears and
Senator tiore tried to prevent snlig;T
men abroad lwfre they are 19.
j The senate's decision against all. A
FROM Offfi m
The Aurora Dhserver has the follow
in,' letters from the boys in France:
Fred Khtcn wrote h.s mother, Mrs
Henry Fhlen of tki phsee. July ii. say
ing: ;,Hv the neat urt the 'Assta
boys will bare made a name for them
selves ia fact they have bvgna al
ready. The bo- he is beginning to doubt
hi officer. He save wherever he foea
he finds Americans- Thrv know it when
thee was overwhelming.
The JonrsuU classified ada are
great favorites with people who
do thing Try one.
C IL CABIPBEIA Special Alt, Standard Oil Co Salera
It it not vital, ef course, but a dec
laration of Ftnudrpeadeafe would be
one of thvieo little biU that help.
And there's many a potential draftee-1
who has never due either, wee wilt
find he must both work aad fight.
we get to a place too- Sight .away
they try to surprise us and 'scare' us,
but they usually get the worst of it
and they never can scare us. They
are cunning and strong yet, and it will
take a lot of dead ones, before we have
them 'by the nech.' The more we have
to da with them the less we like'theiu.
They euro are a low down dirty bunch.
Nothing ia toe low for them to try. We
ought to retaliate. The German soldiers
apparently get plenty to eat, but are
hort en clothing. In S dnvs more I'll
be L'O and feel like 2.Wl' look older,
too. Mail is bad and i getting worse
because o many more soldiers are com
ing over all the time. Did not receive
'Observer' yet. This ia mv address.
Private Fred Khleo, Co. C, 127th Inf
N. O. A. P. O. Xo. 734, American K.
.Clarence Hickok writing from Franc
to hi brother Uuy N. Hickok Of this
city, says each aviation squadron had
30 "poilus" as dinner guents on the
Fourth of July. "I tell you the spirit
between the blue uuiformed poilus and
our men is great. rWmehow the French
men is much less a foreigner to the
American than some of our allies who
speak our awa language. You may un
derstand what an Knglishman says but
not what he means. Few of us ran un
derstand what the Frenchman say but
we know what he means we under
stand hi feelings and his sentiments.
After dinner we sat there in the mess
hall, while the French and the Amer
icans sang songs. Athletics and band
luuitt followed. I den't rare about Mick
ing aronnd here for another 4?h. but
under preeent conditions thu. is some
thing ntieut eeleoreting with these j
r re in a people which n:akes it tn.nn
soui(thir.g, dtt'feie&t anal more than
ception to the Amex boys and the chap-1 where but we don't know where. Ai
lain made a fine speech. Later we would like to ece them but don't sup
were called out for pav-and all the P" h 'u JT "? fh"Dl' to
n nnA 1 . . " .
wr.ung qu.rs.y one vo an cna. Uts of changes take place among th
wasn't looking for it and was surpris- organizations over here, and we aro
ed to get it now. July 12 I got the;ai0wed to aay that some of the boya
vervvr quite regular uui lion ( mm .are at the frODt. '
1 have the ropy of June t). we get pa
pers quite regularly, lately. Do you re
member Clarence bid of Can by f lie has
gone to the front left several days
ago .1 don't know anything about the
Marsh boys, only got a glnnpee of Bill
when they came here. Haven't seen
him since o suppose be was sent to the
front One of the boys saw the Miller
twins yesterdav, on their
Fall Term Opm Tawday, September 3rd
Knroa rwvm ane wm-r many. Many already
round. Writs today fur raws aixt taenia.
A-1. UAl. fiwcwaV M0 TiMars Mi tmimi. arc
The Outdoor Girl
Protect the skin and
complexion from aS
Soothing and healing
after exposure. Relieve
eunbum, tan and rough
or chapped akin. Try It
SvJlOc tmrTrlml SiM
fFERD. T. HOPKINS SON. Nw Yort
Joand Wast Ads Pay
Corporal Ir W. White writiag from
OVutrvs, France, June 30. says the sol
diers had heard that there will be no
more eeroad f '- mail sent overseas.
Hence had net enpeeted more papers.
He say whatever turns up will be all
right with hiss, though he would like
very nitrh t get the koine paper
'Von.eaa imagine how murk good it
doe a fellow to get a Kwh at home
srewew. lo't worry almul sendiug as
tobaeew as we have pieatv more issued
thaa we could use, luat let aay ef our
ae4 worrv vea air the nail and
the basse ! That is some'hing I s
chs ra eaa't give as oaly yeu can!
Om the Fourth the bead u en dty
frwe l:ti a. as. to 10 at night. VTe
played is another towa besides Cos
tree. The mayor gave a waraigbt re-
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TO HELL WITH THE KAISER
IrU"LXrVS CHALLENGE TO THE II till F.XZOLLLRN 1 COSIIVO FOB A.
Special four day rsgsgeueat at the Liberty theatre starting Pun. Sept. Int.