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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1913.
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The Problems of Life:
Fear, Worries, Borrows, Love, Pomea-
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Nervous, Mental and Psychical Dis
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PERSONAL TROUBLE SPECIALIST
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Writ your troubles or wants. Enclose 3 cent
Addrass P. O. box t7. Portland. Oragon.
Bishops May Celebrate
By Henry Wood
(United Press staff correspondent )
Borne, Svpt. 2. Owing to the irregular
ilk', and delays in international postaj
service as the result of the war, the
koly consistorial congregation has con
ferred on sll American bishops, includ
ing those in 4he Philippines the right to
debate mixed marriages between Pro
testants aud Catholics without first ob
taining a papal dispensation. The lai
ter procedure always requires long coi re
rsucn bishops are also authoriz'd to
confirm marriages that have already tak
place without papal dispensation.
Ho Internal msHiHti will on Films. OnIT
ormeiiiliBi,tion of CltANtlLKNt. Iln.- arewt
cxttfrnal rrnicilv. enn tho KnmiH mirrolie to
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For sal br all droiurlats
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War Department Would
Not Say What Units
At Kemmel or Vladivostok
Washington Sept. 2. The war de
partment declined todny to identify
for the present the Anirican unit which
fought in th Mont Kemmel sector, or
mat wnicn inniled at Vladivostok.
Press reports from the western line
the lust few days tended to indicate
that both IFrench and American forces
lave been added to British divisions
on the northern end of the battle line.
That a maximum effort is being put
forth in that region is indiealod.
Breaking of the DreeourtQiioaut switch
is significant for that line is a rc-
acrve bulwark for ttc llimloiiburg
Indications are that General Foch
doe not intend to let the boche es
tablish himself on .tho Ilindnnhurg
line. Speed nnil punch are the watch
words now. The allies are manifestly
engaged in an effort to clear Northern
Franco of tho Germans before snow
Tho Hindenburg line will be rnai'liud
y ine uermans during the week, af
fording to all forecasts here- The
Ucrimtns will undoubtedly try to stab
ilise the situation in thene stroiiK po
sitions, but there is every indication
that the allies will give him no let-up-
Eegtn Treatment NOW
AU Druggists Guarantee
Mount Lassen Remains
The Only Live Volcano
Redding, t!ul., Hept
tion of l'renton Peak
It. The "Wup
today and two forest service
asserted that it. looked mighty like u
'Preston Peak was reported in erup
tion by ouKorvers on Orleans iiiouutnin
and at T)ry lake yesterday.
A ranker sent to investigate the
phenomenon found wveral acres of
"grease wood" or cliinqiint burning
and sending up dense tlouds of blank
smoke in the vicinity of the peak.
Mount Lassen. .Shasta county, re
mains tho only active volcano in con
tinental I'nited Ntates.
Prcsidvut Wilson used no gas last Sun
I lighly antiseptic.
Used as curative
s-ent for a!l extern.
skin troubles. Conceals
and rcduo-s t nnatural
color. Ideal fct,cc:rectiiig
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WAR CALL FI'IDS
FOR VITAL WORK
Heartstrings Bind Oregon Homes
Close to French Battlefields
Fighters' Hands Upheld
By Mrs. Hazel Pedlar Faulkner
"Twenty-six Americans cited for
conspicuous bravajry and valor."
Your heart thrilled, too, to that
news, which now has been repeated
many times. The little shivers of
pride ran down your spinal columns,
women ot Oregon, as you read of the
things those boys did over there. And
honestly, down in your heart, didn't'
you say, for the thousandth time, "I
wish I could do something worth
Something worth while of course
You can do something immensely
worth while, just now, for those same
boys and all their kind.
You can make possible the contin
uation of their deeds of valor and
heroism. You can help them put an
end to the need for such sacrifice and
hardships as they have been com
pelled to make.
MAKE DEEDS OF
You are the instruments chosen for
a great work, and the time for service
The Government is SBking you once
more to bring out your hidden treas
ure the dollars you have been care
fully putting away for some special
need. The call for the Fourth Lib
erty Loan has been sounded. Our
country's challenge to our patriotism
has been voiced once more.
Oregon women have- ji record for
loyal response to all of the previous
Loans. JOelrs has been a generous
reply to the country's war need.
The dally lists of names of Amer
ican boys who have given their all for
their country have found Oregon's
song among the number. It is for
such as those, snd for the things for
which they fought and fell, that the
aid of the folks at home is sought.
Ours is a lesser part, but It Is an es
The report of what women all over
the United States did for the Third
Liberty Loan Is an inspiring page In
the history of united war effort. From
east to weBt", from Canada to the Gulf
of Mexico the Btory is the Bame. Ev
erywhere the women came forward,
bringing their dollars for the Loan.
What they will do in this Fourth
Liberty Loan will be no less credit
able. The time for questioning is
past. The day of speculation is gone.
Here and now, with one aim and one
purpose, you women of Oregon In line
with your siBters from all over the
land, will march in the army behind
the khakl-clad boys over yonder, fur
nishing the funds not alone for the
suL-ioHsnu carrying on or the war-
that we are pledged to do. but for
the speedy complete defeat of the
Money means power in this strusale
between the right and wrong. Dollars
spell success In the conflict for right
eousness. Yours is a vital part in the
struggle, women of Oregon. the
thing worth while" is yours to do
WHAT LIBERTY BOKDS
WILL BUY FOR ARF.1Y
1 $100 bond will buy overcoats, slick
ers and blankets for 3 Boldlers and
mess kits for 15.
O $100 bonds will buy 5 complete
rlfleB with bayonets, 1 automatic
Pistol and 250 rotindB of ammunition.
; I00 bonds will buy 6 airplane de
molition bombs (the kind dropped on
munition factories and dumps, trains,
stations, etc.) and 24 signal flares.
, $100 bonds will buy 20 airplnne in
5 $100 bonds will buy 30 airplane
fragmentation bombs (the kind drop
ped on masses of troops), and 11 hand
(j $100 bonds wifl buy 10 airplane
flares (each of which will light up
4 square miles of ground at night).
7 $100 bonds will buy a trench knife,
steel helmet and 1 day's rations for
,g $100 bonds will buy mess kits, can
teens and entrenching picks, for a
f) $100 bonds will buy harness for the
wheel horses of 4 artillery teams.
10 $100 bonds will buy each man of a
company 9 hand grenades, 9 gas or
phosphorus grenades, or 8 rifle gren-
I $1000 bond will buy 1 loaded 16-
1 $1500 bond will buy one of the ef
fective little 37 mm, cannon used In
the trenches for breaking up enemy
strong-points and machine gun nests
ant of range of trench mortars.
Buy a Liberty Bond today,
I rue nt ia the nation's call.
Young and old must help and say,
America over all.
Buy a bond, now dont be slow,
Over there our brave boys go.
Need they ask you to respond,
Don't be slackers Buy a bond.
Make them 8alasm to Unci Barn
Buy Liberty Bonds.
Stopl Lookl Loosen 1 Liberty
Journal Want Ads Pay
By MABEL GARRETT
Mr. and Mrs. O. C Kennen returned
to Portland Monday evening after s
week end visit spent in Salem as the
guests of their daughter, Mrs. Carl
Beckett, at her home on the Wallace
road. During their stay Mrs. Beckett
was hostess at a delightful little din
ner party in joint observance of the
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneu and Mr. Beckett 's birthday
A delicate pink and white color scheme
prevailed in the decorations including
a festive birthday cake with its twins
ling urray of pink and white candle
The table was centered with pink glad
ioli while dainty place cards and fav
ors also prettily carried out the deco
rative scheme. Mr. and Mrs. Kennen
were also the recipients of a handsome
piece of silver in honor of the occa
The nianv friends of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Monroe Gilbert will be interested t
know that Mrs. Gilbert has left Salem
to join her husband, who has bee
working in the ship vards at Portland
for ' several months. They have closed
their summer home at liazelau and ex
pect to make their home in Portland
as long as he continues his present
After spending a vaction of several
months at Newport, Mr. and Mrs-
Warren Hunt and daughter, Alicia, re
Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steevcs and
daughter, Muriel, who have been spend
ing a month at Newport in the Chas,
W idler cottajjv, motored home last ev
ening. Miss tirace young, wno tornier
ly lived in Salem spent the last tw
weeks with the Steeves at the coast
8lie will visit friends in Salem for
time and later will go to Portland to
enter the Medical college there.
After spending Labor day with her
parents, .Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Schultz,
Miss Huth Mcbultz returned last night
to Bremerton, where she is employed
as a yeoman m the navy service,
Mrs- Irwin Griffith and daughter,
Harriet, are spending the day in Port
laud. Miss Harriet Grithth expects t
leave soon to enter Mrs. Catlin's school
a a s
Mrs. F M. Chittenden and son, Rich
ard, accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Snyrc
and littlo granddaughter, Mary Ruth
Coshcn, left today for a trip to Pacific
Mr. and MrB. E. Wallace have just
returned from a week's motoring trii
into Washington where thev visited
Seattle, Tacouia, Camp Lewis and vari
ous other points of interest. They also
visited Mrs. Wallace s brother, J. a
Lougliary, who is a doctor at the West
em Htato hospital at Fort Steilacoom
Mrs. Ada Gibler has returned from
Brownsvillo where she went on busi
ncss for a fow days.
Miss Kuth Kauch left lust evening
fnr Portland atter spending Labor day
with friends and relatives. Hho is now
m ployed with the Carey and Kerr law
a a a
. Among those who spent the week end
in Snlcin were .Mr. and Mrs. Ucorge
Cooper (Mabel Mover). They were
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J
VV. Moyer, on the Wallace road.
Driving over from McMinnville, Mr.
and Mis. George E. Martin and chil
dren, Adphadine and Dale, spent Sun
day with Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs-
L. L. Nicklin, 1207 State street. Mr.
Martin is manager of the Telephone
Kcjristcr publishing company there.
' Their little son Dule did not return
with them but will spend a short time
visiting Mrs. N.icklin.
Mrs. Mary Tindernian of Wciscr,
Idaho, lias left after visiting her sis
ter, Miss Kiuiiia Kulilman. She attend
ed the meeting of the Grand Army of
the Ucpublic in Poitlund before com
A quiet wedding was solemnized last
Saturday when Miss Hannah Louise
limbert of t'ruitland, Oregon, became
the bride of Fred Gerig ot Pratum.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Jacob Stocker in tho Kvangclieal par
sonage before a few relatives and
friends. Mr. Gerig will lcavo Thurs
day for Camp Lewis with tho draft
Mis Marie Kuge of Fairbault, Min
nesota, who arrived Friday evening is
tlio guest of Mrs. W. H. Byid on Court
street. Miss Enge will have charge of
the music department at the state school
for teebk minded. Wic is a graduate
of an eastern conservatory and took
maiiunl training work at tho Thomas
Normal in Detroit of which she is also
Foimerly Mrs. Byid and Miss Enge
were associated in work at the state
school, La I'k'ire, Michigan. Miss Enge
has also taught at the snt( school for
feeble minded in Forr Wayne, Indiana.
Beside her musical work here she will
have charge of some of the industrial
Washington, Sept. 3. The Steamer
West Haven, gunned by a submarine
about 400 miles off Haiifax, August 31.
escaped according to a navy department
It is not considered likely that Roc
Conk will by on the Stefausson rceep
Continued from page one)
remainder of the Hindenburg position
untenable, while thev form the basis
for a general house cleaning in north
ern Franre. The German retreat is not
yet entirely out of hand- But it is
Magic- Peel Them iRght Off
Without Fain Or Sore
ness. Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of Freez
one costs but a few cents at any drug
store. Apply a few drops on the tough
ened calluses or "hard skin" on bot
tom of feet, then lift those painful
spots right off with fingers.
Wren you peel off corns or calluses
with Freezone the skin beneath is left
pink and healthy and never sore, ten
der or even irritated.
losing rapidly the aspect of control
which it had for a time. The German
in.otht.-r words is not choosing his own
time and guaging his own retirement.
General Foch is master and tho men
behind Foch are regulating the Ger
man backward movement.
The American attitude toward the
battle sitnation may be summarized
as a desire to pave a good, thorough
clean-up before the winter, so that
when the massive spring drive starts,
it will be only a case of patting on
the finishing touches. To this end
there is a constant agitation for con
tinuing tho struggle hard during the
cold months. If the German is given
no rest the 1SH9 vicory will be the
more easily achieved, it is argued.
Operations on the south end of the
battle line, where ihe Americans havo
sweot well bevond Juvitrnv. are tend
ing to compel the Teuton to haul back!
his forces from the Vcsle to achieve
safety. This operation also gives the
allies a stronger hold on Soigsons.
Events are now shaping so that it
appears there is no doubt that General
March's predictions of 1919 victory wiU
come true. Ilowover. one of the insid-
uous features of the, international prob
tern just now is the manifest (jerinan
indcavor to start a big peace offensive.
Merman omcialdom, including .the
kaiser, is talking peace. . This offenj'
ive is destined to become stronger thij
winter. The governnient warns a
gainst it. Acceptance of it would be
to nullify all that the allies have fought
for and at a time when victory is a
FIELD MARSHAL HAIG
(Continued from page one)
is the principal supply base for the
Cambrai sector and is the natural re
ceiving center for the large quantities
of military stores that Von Hindenburg
must try to rescue from Cambrai
Field Marsha Haig's amDitions pro
ject, as it is now developing, 3s to cut
off Cambrai from Valenciennes and to
compel the Germans to move their sup-
lde over the more dittiouit country w
Manbcuge, further south from Valen
ciennes along the Belgian border. Von
Hindenburg will certainly lose a largo
nart of his stores if he is compelled to
accept this dictation from Field Mar
A retirement upon Cambrai from tne
outhwest, the opposite direction from
Field Marshal Haig's present advance,
has been ordered today by Von Hin
denburg. His purpose is apparently to
try to move his troops into a position
where they will not have to relinquish
the Canibrai-Valeneienncs railway. But
to do this he must move quickly and if
he speeds his retirement too rapidly,
his retreat will be in danger of becom
ing a rout.
Continued from page one)
should be cnclowd with your rgistration
card for your registration certificate.
Persons not exempted iroin registra-
ion ami noscnt rrora ineir nomes i
raining camps- and persons af. schools,
olleiies and other similar institutions.
will be trvated us absentees and should
register as prescribed for absentees.
For the convenience of such persons
the local "board having jurisdiction of
such area is authorized to deputize a
ompetent person to rvrtify to the re
gistration enrds .if non- residents in
am-h institutions (but not to furnish
! . t ' fl . -
Built up to a standard, not down to a
l.lltht weight Stron? pull Superior
Automatic Traction by "pull" Instead
of dad weight.
Bunds up to hard servlc with mini
Nitaon Senior, H-Sl. H. P.; Nltoon
Junior, 16-26 H. P.
tf our local agent, or send for catalog.
NIL80N TrtACBOR 8ALE8 COMPANY.
East Morrison and East Third Sts.
Portland. Oregon. ,
IN SHIPYARD WORK
Says Any Man Who Delays
War Work Is Worst Kind
Newburgh. X Y., Sept. 3. Declar
ing he hs heard that shipyard slack
ers are present in some sections of the
country; that union workers in some
instances are setting a limit to the
number of rivets that shall be driven
into a ship's plates in a day, Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt yesterday told
shipyard workers that every such man
is a traitor to his countrv.
ir i nad my way," he said, "I
would take any such man. or any man,
uu aiueu or aliened such a man. put
rmy m oiR-e ana send, him
across tho water to do the- hardest
work in the most dangerous position
mm jl wouia not give luni a rifle un
til he had learned the spirit of patriot
Colonel Roosevelt's sneeeh Ten o Ha.
livercd after he witnessed the launch
ing of a 9000 ton steel ship from the
ways of the newburgh Shipbuilding
company here. His' remarks, he said,
did not apply to the workers at New
burgh, whom he absolved from any
Colonel Roosevelt also tons: nnntlmr
shot at war "profiteering.''
The army we have in France," he
said, 'hu been put there only because
the British furnished us HO per cent of
ine tonnage needed to ferry them
across. From now on, American ship
builders must themselves bear this- our
den. Our men at the front cannot flight
effectively unless thy are given enor
mous quantities of food and munitions
and unless they are reinforced literally
by millions of men who are trained,
or who will be trained here on this
side of the ocean. Under such circum
stances, it is the highest patriotic duty
to make the outpnt of ships the largest
ihcreiore, as a corrolary. to this
any limitation of output whatever in
our shipyards is criminal at this time.
Pershing's men are not limiting tlieir
output. They don't limit the blood
they shed or the .efforts they expend,
and shame and disgrace should be the
portion of any man here at home who
limits the output necessary to make
the blood rfnd labor of our soldiers at
the front of avail.
"Of course when loyalty and devo-
u- ie piiinw necessities, tne capital
ists should take the lead in showing
such loyalty and devotion. No profit
eering whatever should' be allowed out
of war industries. Capitnl should not
recoive an excessive return and the
government should supervise the gov
ernment work, and especially all ship
building contracts, to make sure that
there be no profiteering, to nialte sure
that the necessnry and advisable mod
erate return on invested capital be not
exceeded, and to make sure that in
asking labor to do its utmost, capital
should be held to the same standard.''
registration certificates or to rcgistor
such persons) and to furnish a suffi
civn stupply of cards to do so
ouci, registration must be made in
time to enable such persons t? niai!;,,
Til PI PJirrltt tn tho ln.o I hnarH limtiurr!
their cards to the
local board havillg:
jiii.au.uiiuii uvvi ine aira in which incy
i ji ,
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THIN PEOPLE !
' NEED BITRO- i
How it Increases Weight. Strencth
and Kerve Force in Two Weeks'
Time in Many Instances
"Take plain bitro-phosphate" is the
advice of physicians to thin, delicate,
nervous people who lack vis, energy
and nerve force, and there seems to be
ample prouf of the efficacy of this prep
aration to warrant the recommenda
tion. Moreover, if we judge from the
countless preparations and treatments
which are continually being advertised
for the purpose of making thin people
fleshv, developing arms, neck and bust,
aud replacing ugly hollows and angles
bv the soft curved lines of health and
beauty, there are evidently thousands
of men and women who keenly teel
their excessive thinness.
Thinness and weakness are usually
due to s'arved nerves. Our bodies need
Miss Josephiit Davts. rtporline her
own exptienct -with BITRO PHOS
PHATE, sayri "it is remarkable what
it did for me. After a few days I
began to regain mv streneth. lett full
of life, was able to sleep soundly anrfl
tin my fun rrouoies seemett to dss
appear. I gained twelve pounds in
niorcphosphate than ia contained in
modern foods. Physicians claim there
is nothing that will supply this de
ficiency so well as the organic phos
phate known among druggists as bitro
phosphate, which is inexpensive and
is sold by most all druggists under
a guarantee of satisfaction or money
back. By feeding the nerves directly
and by supplying the body cells with
the necessary phosphoric food ele
ments, bitro-phosphate quickly pro
duces a welcome transformation in the
appearance; the increase in weight
frequently being astonishing.
This increase in weight also carries
with it a general improvement in the
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and
lack of energy, which nearly always
accompany excessive thinness, soon
disappear, dull eyes become bright and
pale cheeks glow with the bloom of
CAUTION Altnough Bitro-Fhos-phate
is unsurpassed for relieving nerv
ousness, sleeplessness and general weak
ness, owtng to its ianarkable flesh
growing, properties it should not be
used by. any one who does not desire to
put on flesh.
Aj further proof that people are wvai-
ltiir n r i lie 1 1 n rMnrniR t nrp is I ir
of tne liamlsomp V0Hn t-lliric wl
"-' ' 1
TOOtlf -::.. ,1., $ ' ;flfVtw ,..ifi,.
M-r'" " v"v "v .7 1 '-1 x j
111 lie i JLi'.ii ativ oft.11 Li
k ? -I
lies in "their incom
parable flavor and
They Save Wheat
Nineteen Painless Parker
offices In the United States
repair the teeth of over
100,000 people annually.
State and Commercial
(Continued from page one)
emy positions north of the Aisne. If
tlieir progress continues the German
crown prince will be coini.vlled to with-,
draw from the Veslc positions.
General Majigin's left ig advancing:
northward toward St. Gobain farther
imperilling the crown prince's rear iu
this region. All along the lino from
Ypres to Rlivims the French and Am
ericans continue to play a tune to which
Ludendorff must dance.
He Won't Drop"
Dead Any More
"My husband suffered terribly from
stomach and liver trouble, which caus
ed such bleating of gas as to seriously
affect his heart. Doctors warned him
that he might drop dead at any time
iium mis trouuie. a irienn in C leve
land advised him to take Mavr's Won
derful Remedy, and sinco taking it, 4
months ago, he is feeling like a young
man again, All his friends are surpris
ed at his appearance." It is a simple,
harmless preparation that removes the
atarrlial mucus trom the intestinal
tract and allays the inflammation
which causes practically all stomach,
liver and intestinal ailments, including
appendicitis,. One dose will convince
or money refunded. J. C. Porry. Capital
lrug Store and druggists everywhere.
: n ... - - . -
i raJI lerm Opens Tuesday, September 3rd
Enroll now and'Mve moiey. Many arready
. irmt-u. tv r lie uxiav inr
nt Snrl taarma
A. T. LINK, Prkcipal, 500 lih'o.d Bld., rWand, Ore.