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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1918.
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Use Fels-Naptha Soap. 1
It eliminates boiling and hard
rubbing and stops the waste
of washday wear on clothes.
Af your earn grocer.
F ull direction intidm tht
rad and frcmn wrapper
He By MABEL GABBETT
Tho Pot Lajtch flub, which is a din
IV club that meets monthly wan enter
tained recently at the home of Mr. and
Mr H. H. Vandervort, 435 North win
ter street. Mr. Vandervort hud just re
turned from a hunting trip in southern
Oregon so the special feature of the
dinner was the venisen.
Two tables, which wore attractively
decorated with marigolds, were arrang
ed in the rooms.
Places were laid for twenty guests
which included the members of tho
club and several additional guests. The
i Pot Latch members are Dr. and Mrs. B.
I Stceves, Mr. and Mrs. John Todd,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Carrier, Mr. and Mr. W. K. Kirk,
Mr and Mrs. E. A. Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs
Fred Legjre and the hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Vandervort. The special
Catarrh is a Real hn,uiy
and Requires Vigorous Treatment
Do Not Neelect It.
When you tjs medicated sprays,
atomUera and douches for your Ca
tarrh, you may aucceed in unstopping
tha choked-up air passages for the
time being, but this annoying condi
tion returns, and you havt to do the
tame thing over and over again.
Catarrh haa never yet been cured
ky thf.10 local applications. Have
rou aver experienced any real benefit
bom luch treatment?
TlivAwr ttiaaa mnlfosbift remedies, to
the winds, and get on the right treat
ment. UO 10 your orug Biore w-uuj,
get a bottle 01 s. a. a., ana commence
a treatment that has been praised by
i i i .
sufferers lor nearly nan a toivwj.
S. S. S. gets right at the source of
Catarrh, and forces from the blood
the germs which cause the disease.
You can obtain special medical advice
regarding your own case without
charge by writing to Medical Direc
tor. 22 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta, Ga
jruests for the evening were Mr. and
Mrs. U. l. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. E. J
Swaf ford and, Mr. nd Mrs. O. E. Price.
Harry Holt, who was formerly em
ployed with the Ladd and Bush bank,
is rioting Mis Mabel Brassfield o
High street. He is with the coast ar
tillery and is at present stationed at
Fort'Miley, California. Before return
ing south he will also visit in Harris
After spending several days visiting
with her another, Mrs. Patty of Amity,
Mrs. Roy Shields and three daughters,
Mildred, Adelyn Roberta and Evelya
Rosella, have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Jory who
have been visiting Mrs. Wm. Goodrich,
4H2 South High street, and Mrs. C. F.
Patton, H65 State street for some
time, left last week for their home in
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bertman and son
Howard, of Anderson, Indiana, arriv
ed in Walera the latter part of last
week and are at present guests of Mr.
aud Mrs. John Todd at their home, 345
lirllevue street. Mr. Bertman is to be
at tho head of the new mechanical de
partment that is being planned for the
high school. He has come at this tune
that he might superintend the work of
installing the machinery in the new
Archie Smith from Camp Lewis is
now vmitine ms moiner, jirs. j. .
Smith, and sister, Mrs. Roscoe Dickey.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook, who are now
in Portland, will return tonight to 'vis
it with him before he returns, win
Smith, another son of Mrs. Smith, is
also in the service. At the present he
is at the front.
Th Junior Guild of St. Paul's
ekurch will hold their regular monthly
meeting tomorrow atternoon ai iu
thirtv at the home of Mrs. Joseph Ben
jamin, 1345 Court street.
alea T'urvina is eniovino- his vaca
tion af Ilwnco near the mouth of the
Columbia. He expects to return some
time the last of SeptcmDcr.
Mm. M. C. Brassfield from
RnniHa Citv. South Iakbta. are visiting
relatives in Salem. They expect Jo Stay
about a month.
Mi- ond M Elinor A. Dauo are en-
invtitcr n hrief Hoiourn in Centralia and
Seattle. They viil also visit with Mrs.
Clair Fulmer (Urnce Daiie) ami a
brother, Earl Dauc, at Camp Lewis.
(Continued from pago one)
NEW FALL FOOTWEAR
for Man, Woman and Child
Our New Fall Shoes have just arrived and it's a
most interesting lot to see. There is no dearth of
syle. While the toe tapers to a point, in the main,
there is plenty of variation to meet individual
preference. This is rue also of heels and height
Kid is the favorite but fine Velour Calf or
Gun Metal will come in strong for Winter wear.
The former comes in Black and a wide field of
Browns ranging from a dark Havana to lighter
shades of Fawn or Field Mouse. The Russia Calf
or Winter Tans range from a pretty Brown to
deep Chocolate, the latter being the favorite with
growing girls, boys and for men that want some
thing real nobby.
Don't forget that this is the place where
Boys and Girls are fitted with Buster Brown
Shoes, the only Shoes made on the "Foot Shaping
Last." Come in and let us explain this to you.
STORE CLISED ALL DAY TODAY
refund money if it fails. 25c
Story of LoYe And War
Will Be Told Governor
A story of lore and war is involved
in thefight that Michael Bakanoff, a
nusaian is making to prevent being ex
tradited to California to answer a
Icharge of stealing his own child. He
wm toe given a hearing before Uover-
nor AVithyeombe next Tuesday morning
at iu:3U o'clock.
Early in the war a certain Russian
soldier, whose name is not knows here.
was captured and the report came back
that he had been executed. His wife
mourned his death. She decided to
leave Bunria, and made her way to
In the course of time she met Mich
ael Bakanoff and they were- married,
and a child was born.
But the Russian soldier bad not been
executed. He escaped one day, and
making his way across Siberia he cams
to this country, not knowing but that
hig wife was still in Russia. He ealitted
in the United States army and was
stationed at the Presidio in San Fran
cisco. One day he was walking through the
Russian qi arter of that city when, to
the great surprise 'of both, he met his
wife on tho street. She told him of her
second murriage, but as she loved her
soldier husband she had the second
marriage annulled and returned to her
Both she and the second husband
wanted the baby. The ehild was award
ed to her, and one day, it is alleged,
Michael Bakanoff stole the child and
came to Oregon. He is now charged
with child stealing.
their servant not their masters.
"This is therefore the war of all
wars which labor should support and
support with all its concentrated power.
The world cannot be snfo men's lives
cannot bo secure no man's rights can
be confidently and successfully assert
ed against the rulo ami mastery of arbi
trary groups anil special interests, so
long as governments liae unit wuu-u,
after long premeditation, drew Austria
and Germany Into this war are permit-
tod to control tho destinies and the
daily fortunes of men and nations, plot
ting while honest men work, laying the
fires of which innocent men, women and
children aro to be the fuel.
"You know the nature of this wnt.
It iB a war which industry must sus
tui ii- The army of laborers at home is
as important, as essential, as the army
of fighting men in the far fields of
actual battle. And the laborer is not
only needed as much as the soldier; it
is his war. the soldier 19 his cnunv
pion and representative.
"To fail to win would be to imperil
everything thn,t the laborer has striv
en far and held dear since freedom
first held its dawn and his struggle
for justice began. The soldiers at the
front know this. It steels their inns
cles ,to think of it. They are crusad
ers. They are fighting for no selfish
advantage for their own nation. They
would despise anyone who fought for
tho selfish advantage of any nation
They are giving their lives that homes
everywhere, as well as tho homes they
lot in America, may be kept 9acred
and safe, and men everywhere be free
as thv insist upon being free. Ihey
are fighting for the ideals, of their
own land; . great ideals, immortal
ideals, ideals which shall light the
way for all men to tho places where
justicS is done and men live with liflcd
heads anil emancipated spirits. That
is the reason they fight with solemn
jov and are invincible.
"Let us njke this, therefore, a day
of fresh comprehension, not only of
what We a'e about, and of renewed and
elear-eyvd resolution, but a day of con
secration also, in which we devote our
selves without pause or limit to the
great task of sotting our country and
I the whole world free to rendvr justice
to all and of making it impossible for
smail group, of political rulers any
where to disturb our peace or the peace
of the world or in any way to make
tools and puppets of thosv npn whose
consent and upon whose power theis-
own authority and their own very ex
' ' We may coun t upon each other. The
nation is of a single mind. It w vak
Hon. B. F. Whhtington Has
Gained Twenty Pounds By
flROKBN " THOM -
pruit currant t
W4. THS HOWl J . ji
FRUIT BuntHS rt ASILYrAPfct
MsVe vonr own fruit buttera and
spread them on bread for the chil
dren, and the grown-ups. aThe Irea
book on canning and drying tells
how. Write for one, enclosing two
cents for postage, to the National
War Garden Commission, Washing,
ton, D. C
(m nf the distiniriiishincT features nf
the introduction of Tanlac throughout
., . it I
me country is tne large iiuinuer 01
prominent men who ha,ve felt it their
(lllty TO uisregHr jirrceuirni anu tuiiiv
fn.i-i-nrH with their nnnualif ied endorse
ments nf the medicine because of the
benefits they have derived from its
The latest addition to tho ' list of
prominent endorsers is the name of
Hon. Benjamin F. Whittington, judRe
nf the Rulston court, South Omaha,
Veh In relatinir his exnerience with
Tanlac, Judge Whittington said:
"The results of Tanlac in my case
certainly seem wonderful to me- Before
1 began taking it my health was brok
en in many ways, and I did riot know
which way to turn for relief. My liver
was all out of fix I was habitually con
stipated, and bilious. I was so fright
fully dizzy most of the time that I
couid not stoop over for fear of falling.
My kidneys were all out of order, and
in bad shape, ami I had fearful pains
in the small of my back. My appetite
seemed to be fairly good, that is 1
could eat, but my food did not seem
to be properly assimilated. Sleep fail
ed to rest me, and 1 felt tired, languid
and; woruout all the time. I was pale,
and not only felt badly but looked that
way. I had been in this condition for a
year, and was becoming badly wor
ried because nothing seemed to reach
"1 had fallen off twenty pounds in
weight, bs a result of my troubles, but
i have gained it all back by using Tan
lnc, and have never felt better in my
life. 1 decided from what I read in the
papers about it to try it; and 1 felt like
a new man before I finished my first
bottle. So I went right back for anoth
er and so on until I took five bottles,
and now I haven 't an' ache or pain and
am feeling great. And eat my gracionsl
I eat like a farm hand, all 1 can get,
1 never saw anything like it. I (deep
like a log, and get up in the- mornings
thoroughly refreshed and feel brim full
of- energy all day long. All the time 1
was taking Tanlac I was doing three
men's work, and improving at the same
time. Now this is just what Tanlac has
done for me and I gladly give this
statement for what it may be worth 1 to
others who are trying to find relief.
Tanlao is sold in Hubbard by Hnb
Vtmo .. iii ML Angel tT Ben
Oooch, in Gervais by John Kelly, in
Turner by H. t. lornenus, in
TT ShoTev. i Palera
by Ir. 8. C. Stone, in Silvertoa by Geo.
A. Steelhammer, in l.als oy ai. -V.
McCurdy and in Stayton by C. A.
Rady to Use
Ready To Wear
For Women, Misses
Specializing on Feminine Wear
We do not know of the time our patrons have
been so eager to inspect a new season's fash
ions as they are now. We have carefully se
lected a plentiful assortment for you to
choose from good sensible styles good qual
ity materials, and the tailoring is by the best
workers in the U. S. A.
A real pleasing surprise awaits you when
you see the price tags they are thoroughly
in keeping with our store policy, assuring you
full value, and a lasting satisfaction with
every purchase made.
SUITS $24.00 to $85.00
COATS $14.75 to $125.00
SILK DRESSES..! $12.48 to $95.00
WOOL DRESSES $14.75 to $45.00
WATTS..... 98c to $25.00
SILK PETTICOATS $3.98 to $10.75
WOOL SKKRTS $6.95 to $19.75
CHILDREN'S COATS.. $4.98 to $24.75
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES. . .98c to $2.98
STANDARD LINES AT POPULAR PRICES-
Modart Corsets, Warner's Corsets, Scott's Corset accessories, Silk and
Muslin Undergarments, Carters Knit Underwear, Ruben's Baby Shirts,
Slip-on and Regulation Sweaters, Phoenix Silk Hosiery, Black Cat Child
ren's Hosiery. Rain Proof Umbrellas, Neckwear, Ribbons, Kid and Fab
ric Gloves, Silk and Lingerie Waists, Silk Petticoats, Kimonas, Yankee
Notions, Richardson's Linens, Handkerchiefs, Druggist Sundries Station
ery, Leather Goods, Bedding, Blankets and Pillows.
EVERY ITEM READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE
"Where Shopping Is a Pleasure"
U. G. SHIPLEY COMPANY
145-147 N. Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon.
STORE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY-LABOR DAY
ing counsel with no special elas. It is
serving no private or smgie iiiwitmi..
Its own mind has been cleared and for
tified bv thes iluv. which burn thv
dross away. The liyht of a new convic
tion has penetrated to every class
amongst us. We realine as we never ival
iicd before, that .we are comrades, de
pendent upon one another, irresistible
... 1 . .i;,;i,l..l
n lit II iiinit-ii, n,,-,j: "in ii ........
And so we join hands to lead the world
to a new and better day."
Double YourtEfficiencr at Sins ! Cost.
WAIT SH1PP TRAILER CO., Salem.sore
BRITISH GAIN GROUND
By Lowell MeUett
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
With the British Armies in Trance,
Aug. 31. Although heavy fighting all
yesterday compelled the British to give
ground in some places between Bulk
court and th0 Sensee river, counter at
tacks later re-established some of the
moivi important positions. The enemy
has been reinforced and is resisting
strongly. The weather is bad for opera
tions because of heavy rains anfl winds.
North of the Scarpe. British troops
advanced a thousand yards yestvrday
from Arlcux-Eh-Golielle and six hundred
yards In the region of Plouvain,
It is reported that British patrols are
2000 yards beyond aBilletil iy Flanders
GREAT TRACTOR SHOW
Continued from page one)
Paved Bead all thu Way
The Powell Valley road borders on
the edge of the field. This road is
paved all the way into the city, making
it an easy matter to drive to the show.
The best route from the center of town
is out Kvision street to East Eighty
Second, thence turning south to . the
Powell Valley road, and out that to the
Particular interest centers in tractor
demanstrations at this time becauss of
the food reqnirements of that part of
the world that U fighting the Germans.
One of the answers to the call for
greater food production is the farm
tractor, for one tractor will do the
work of many horses better than the
horse and will do it, besides, with less
man power for operation.
The United States government has
recojniiwd the vast importance of the
farm tractor. The tractor industry is
W. H. WALLINGFORD,
Liberty Six Premier Six
S22 Aife Street, fORIULND, ORE.
rated as one of the essential war in
dustrics. This assures it of coal and
Indeed, so important is the placing
of tractors on the farms of tho coun
try considered that the government is
encouraging farmers to purchase trac
tors. The experience of Great Britain
and France, whore arm tractors have
added so greatly to food proluction as
to go a long ways toward defeating the
efforts of the submarine, has demon
strated the immense value of farm trae
O. A. C. to Conduct Test3
Several interesting tractor tests will
be made at the show. One of these tests
will be an official demonstration ot
the draw bar pull of various tractors,
to be conducted under the supervision
of Prof. J. W. Gilmore, of Oregon Ag
The coming show has been formally
indorsed by the Agricultural college
as. an event of tho greatest value to
farmers and ranchers. Several members
of the college faculty will be at the
field in official capacities.
The tractors on exhibition will in
clude all sizes f these remarkable ma
chines and it may be added, all styles
of. them. There will be large tractors,
suited for the needs of the big rancher
having hundreds of acres to cultivate;
medium sized tractors and small trac
tors for tho man who farms. in a small
The farmers of the Pacific north
west are a progressive class, but as a
class they are not as yet fully alive to
the remarkable possibilities of the farm
tractor as an aide to greater farm ef
ficiency, lower farm costs and increas
ed, food production. To demonstrate ef
fectively the many uses and the de
pendability of the modern farm trac
tor is one of the many purposes of the
Tractor's Day at Hand
The various tractor demonstrations
will be very interesting. There will be
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
plowing, under all kinds of condition
actually encountered on tho farm; har
rowing, seeding and the like. Also, the
versatility of the tractor will be fur
ther demonstrated by its employment
in tho operation of oher farm ma
chinery. The day of the tractor js coming,
just as the day of the automobile and
motor truck has come. Old Jlobin iB al
ready a curiosity in many of the large
cities. Now the time is at hand when
the tractor will chase him off the farm
Visitors to the tractor show wilt
learn from the demonstrations some nf
the reasons why the farm tractor is
sure of so great a future in the Pa-,
cific northwest. ,
- VWi4iuKif4 ltlJlUlXIIIUVui
A WootUrfcl rttmmif Tka! Is a Natwal'
Aid and Keiievoa tho Taosion.
The exoecUnt mother revolve In her Bind
ill we understand by destiny. And It to it
the utmost Importance that her phrftctl crm.
tort be our first thought.
There 1 a moat rleniUd remedy for thl
purpose, known u Mother'! Friend. It f
Wiled over the musclea of the itomarh,
jenliy rubbed In, and at one penetrate hi
rdlce strain on nerve, cord and II.
nent. It make the muscle so pliant tin I
Ibey expand easily when baby arrive
pain aad danicr at the crisis I ntur)l
Mother' Friend I for external ue onlv,
absolutely i.e and wonderfully effective,
It enable the expectant mother to presenn
tier health nd lrenrth nd ah remair
pretty mother by havlnf avoided the ;
Terlair and danger which would otherw.s
iccompany nch a occulon. Every nerve,
unacle and tendon I thorouthhr lubricated.
Mother" Frferd i prepared by the Brad.'
leld Relator Co, Lamar Bldr, A.U
fcuita, Ca. They will mall you an Intensti
:ntcrat!.-.f "Motherhood Back." Writ tbem
f send It to you, and in the meantime end
rr phtme to ywr druejtat today for a bottle
Every woman should aid nature In hei"
jlorlou work. Mother' Friend make il
Soanible for T"il to An tn, and ahoold be uaed
eaularly. without fail, night aad mornlnc.
Carter's little Liver Pills
You Cannot be k A Remedy That
Constipated jff ,MAIife
taaio beats aiasatora
and Happy A
AM' BARTER'S IRON PILLS
many colorleaa facca but will greatly help most pale-faced people