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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. IMS.
By OLE VIA KERSEY
MM MMtHtM! MM
Freezone Is Magic! Corns Lift
Right Off With Fingers
Hurt f No, not one bit! Just drop a
little Frcoione on that touchy corn,
instantly it stops aching then you lift
that bothersome corn right off. Ves,
inagiel nuts only a few cents.
Try Freesono! Your druggist boIIh a
tiny bottle, sufficient to rid your feet
of ovcry hard corn, goft corn, or corn
between the toes, and calluses, without
one particle of pain, soreness or irri
tation. Freozono in the mysterious ether
discovery of a Cincinnati genius.
Five Negro Soldiers
Hanged Over Rioting
Sun Antonio, Texas, Kept. 17. Five
negro soldiers were hanged at Kurt Sum
Houston today for participation in the
Houston riots, August i!:i, ly 17. The
elocutions were se-eret.
It became known todny that Presi
dent Wilson has commuted to life im
prisonment, death sentences fixed on
ten other trooper mplirated in the
Those executed today, all of whom
were members of the 24th infantry,
were: Privates llabo Collier, Thomas
McDonald, James Robinson, James
Hmith and Albert I. Wriybt-
If you want plcuty of thick, beuuti
fal, (flossy, nilky hnir, ,lo by nil menus
Set rid of dandruff, for it will starve
your hair nd ruin it if you don't.
'-It doesn't do much good to try to
brush or wash it out. The oulv sure
way to get rid of dandruff is 'to dis-
olve it, then you destroy it entirely.
To do this, get about four ounces of
, ordinary liquid arvonj apply it at night
when retiring; use enough to moisten
the scalp and rub it in gently with the
By morning, most if not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve nd entirely destroy every sin
gle sign and trace of it.
You will find, too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop, and
your hair will look and feel a hundred
times hotter- You can get liquid arvon
at any drug .store. It is Inexpensive and
four ounces is H you will need, no mat
ter now much dandruff you have. This
aimple remedy never fails.
To put over the 4th Liberty Loan even as it is opened-
is the way they do things in Oregon.
To think, talk and figure in advance; anticipate our quo
tas and volunteer oui applications for subscriptions is
the plan of OUR campaign in which, for the 4th time, we
send our DOLLARS to back our BOYS.
In the past proof of patriotism has not been
lacking. But there are still a few a very
few, thank God, who do not realize the im
mensity of this war or appreciate the princi
ples involved. A very few others would "let
George do it" while still others fool them
selves into thinking the war is almost over.
EVERYBODY'S HELP IS NEEDED. WILL WE
MARION COUNTY LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE
This space contributed By Dr. M. E. Pomcroy
HOW ST. MIHIEL
(Continued from page one)
Prisoners taken in this area Bay when
tho barrage was bursting about them
Thursday morning their comrades sent
word not to worry, as there would be
no attack in such a storm. Shortly af
terward a doughboy Btuck his head into
tho door of dugout and shouting
"come out there, youse!"
Boeho supplies were seatered every
where in the newly conquered terri
tory, through which I passed yester
day. Nenr one villago I snw some enemy
"tanks." They were merely made of
netting ami stove pipcg were sticking
out for guns. But at a distance they
appeared like real tanks.
Kverywhcro were evidences of the
long boche occupation. There were per
manent stone memorial fountains and
eluburalo cemeteries with numerous
farved headstones, obviously from
Along the roads tanks wore trundling
back from tho fight with smiling Am
erican faces peeping through tho port
Holes. American trucks wero carrying
out women and children, from villages
where they had been held prisoner for
four years. All were laughing and wav
CITY EDITOR CHAPIN
(Continued from pago one)
up and down the room, his arms mov
ing about wildly.
He 1WL no Reason
"Who are you?'' asked tho station
"I'm Mr. Chnpin. I killed my wife,"
he replied, tho police allege, Tho rest
of the scene was described as follows:
'The patrolman asked: "Howf
"With this," ho pulled a six cham
bered revolver from his pocket. One
chamber hud been exploded. As tho pa
trolman examined the weapon Chapin
reached into another pocket. "Hero's
another," ho said ami exhibited an
automatic pistol. j
"Why did you kill lor?" asked the
Ho flung his arms over his head and
replied. ".No reason whatever."
lie had wandered about town, he de'
dared, on subway and elevated trains.
tie said he went to Prospect 1 ark yes
terdnv and aimed tho revolver at his
head, but saw a policeman and did not
shoot. Later, he fired a shot when the
policeman went away.
Then Chapin said he bought a morn
ing paper, read of the search for him
self ami is alleged to have recalled that
ho hnd killed his wife, according to
Mrs. t'hapin was found dead in her
bed some hours after her husband had
left their rooms- He told friends she
was ill, but when Don C. Seitz, busi
ness manager of the World, received
a letter from I'hapin saying he was
going to kill both his wifo and him
self the Chapin room was entered. Two
notes wr found, one of them saying
that Chapin had killed his wife as
she lav asleep aud intended killing
Airs. Chapin was Miss Nellie Heebie
of Chicago. The couple were married,
thirty nine years ago. Chapin had been
city editor of the World for many years
a.fj was one of the best known newspa
per men in the country.
When you use Journal classifi
ed ads get what you want tlu.-m
to they work fast.
Letters From France
Shew Boys Do Not Forget
Piivato Lloyd V. Ivie of Company
B, 4th Engineers, writes to his mother
in Salem from a Red Cross hospital in
Nantes, Franco, for it just s0 happvned
that ho got a bullet through bis hand.
Ho writes in part as follows:
Well, J. guess you have been wonder
ing why my address has been changed. I
got, a stray bullet through the hand. It
is not a very bad wound and I expvet
to lie all right in a couple of weeks and
I can then go back with niy company.
"Talk about Red Cross nurses they
aro simply grand. This is the first
time that I have had a chonce to see an
American woman and it sure Bvems
good to seo them and have them talk
to mo. I saw a fellow thnt was in
uaie Church's company and he said
that ( hurch had got some gas but not
Jt Jt T . . . .
a row unys later, August 14, ne
writes: "My hand is cottinsr nlonu fine
but won 't b well for a few weeks. It
is not hurt so I will loso the use of it
I have been around Nantes. It is
protty town but nothing like and Am
erienn one. The streets run in all di-
rccionat and it is easy to get lost."
rod Buseh is with a mnchim
of tho 162nd Infantry. He writes from
Centres, France, a, follows:
"I am now In training and expect to
K" to ilie rront before long. I sure am
gmu that l am going to get to see and
be in tho main part of this big war. I
would sure hate to come back to the
statvs without being in tho trenclie. he-
cause thnt is what we came over here
"I sure liko this machine gun com
pany. I think I have urot i ntrv a frond
i tiling. Tho drill is real interesting and
a fellow Is not always learning the same
ii,;,,ir i:i, i. . !. "
any- ,uc in in uirunirrv."
Loves Her Cows
Her Chickens Again
1 have had stomach trouble for
twenty years and for the past year
have eaten nothing but stale bread and
drank hot water. Was too weak to do
any kind of work. Six weeks ago I took
the first doso of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy and am now doing all my
housework Uesides Jooking after my
chickens and milking two cows every
day. Mine has been a wonderful recov
ery." It is a simple, harmless prepa
ration that removes the catarrhal mu
cus from the intestinal tract and al
lays the inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and in
testinal ailments, including appendici
tis. One does will convince or monev
refunded. J. C. Perry, Capital Drug
ftoro and druggists everywhere.
uw mm curative jgLk am
agent for all external&''s
IT A ' ..
Skin trouble. -oncrIj
and reduces unnatural
color. Ideal for correcting
Sm4 10c. for Trial Sin
Fran. T. HOPKINS SON. NewYatk
R. AND MBS. FRANK SPEARS
of 340 North 13th street, presid
ed dinner party Ftiday evening in honor
of M. and Mrs. Elmer Ludden of
Grants Pass, and Miss Pearl AleGrsUh,
who recently arrived In Salem- Mr. and
airs, ivnudaa will spend the winter in
The dining room was adorned with
a profusion of yellow Shasta daisies,
combined with ferns and greenery. Cov
ers were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Ludden, Mr. and Mrs. E. Curtiss Cross,
Mr. and Mrs. Connell Dyer, Dr. and
Mrs. Prince Byrd, Miss Pearl McGrath
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spears.
Mr. and Mrs. Rov Mills have retnrn-
ed from a delightful week end visit at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
SpanJding, in Newberg. Thev were al
so guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hill
at their home in Springbrook.
Mrs. Walter L. Spaulding returned
Monday from Oregon Citv. where she
spent the week end at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Nora Guard Miller.
After having sjient the past two
weeks at their summer home at New
port, Mrs. Charles K. Spaulding, accom
panied by her daughter, Miss Ila Spanld
ing, will return to their home on 963
Court street, on Wednesday.
Mrs. Clyde Graham and little daugh
ter, Janice, arrived in Salem last week
from Portland, to be the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Connell Dver at their
home, 330 North Summer street. Mrs.
Graham was until last Mav a resident
Mrs. N. E. Dolman of Portland ar
rived in Salem this week to be the
guest of Dr. and M. P. Morris. Mrs,
Dolman is the mother of Dr. Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Mishler, after
having spent the week end in Portland
as the guests of friends, have returned
to their homo in Salem.
Miss Laura. Purvine will return to
her home in Salem today, after having
spent a month s vacation at Astoria
and Seaview, Washington, visiting
with friends. Ln routo to Salem she
spent a few day8 at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Thurston in Nowberg
She also spent a few days at the homo
of Professor and Mrs. E. Northrun
McMinnville.-Miss Purvino was aceom
panied to Salem bv Miss Osa North
who will remain in Salem about a week
Mrs. Roy Fields and children and
Mrs. Patty of Amity left this week
for Florence, Oregon, where they
be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Worden, who have been spending the
past lew montw-m Tillamook county,
iUr. and Mr. W'orden will return
Salem the latter part of the month-
Paul Purvine, son of Mr. and Mrs. V
b. Purvine of 1009 Fifth street, is
guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R, Fox in Silver, Polk county.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Dunsford aro
domiciled in their summer home
Newport this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Martin, ac
companied by their danghtcr, Miss
Althpine, with Mrs. Julius Seisters and
daughter, Norma, spent Sunday es th
guests of Mr. and Airs. u. U. ISVKli
at their home, 1207 State street.
Mrs. Henry Fawk presided as hostess
at an informal party Thursday evening
in honor ot Mis9 Mildred Hawthorne,
a bride elect. Autumn leaves and gay
colored mangolds combined with dnh
lias were used in profusion about the
rooms. Iho evening was spent in hem
mini tea towels for tho bride-to-be,
after which music was enjoyed. Miss
Hawthorne was; presented with a set
of dainty bits of table linen. Dainty
refreshments were served by tie hos
tess. Those present were: Misses Edna
Simith, Florence Unnninghain, .Bertha
Houmnrd, Mildred Hawthorne, Eliza
both Hailey, Mrs. Marie Stringer and
iMrs. Alice E. Bailey.
Nineteen Painlest Parker
office in the United State
repair the teeth of over
100,000 people annually.
State and Commercial
Drive Through Front For Five
Miles; Greeks Also Suc
cessful. London, Sept. 17. Tie Serbian of
fensive continues with complete suc
cess, it was officially announced today.
ine .Bulgarian front has, been pierced
to .the depth of more than five miles
on a front of over twelve miles. More
than 3,000 prisoners and 24 enns hove
been captured. The French and Serbian
casualties are small.
The remainder of the village of
Gradisiutztt has been taken ond the im
portant ridges of Sokol, Bovovska and
Parazdasta are in the allied hands. A
Jaigo-Slav division ha reached Koziek.
Greekn Defeat Bulgars.
Athens, Sept. 16. Greek troops have
advanced from two to three miles on a
17 mile front in the Struma sector be
tween tho Vardnr river and Lake Doi-
ran, capturing several villnsjes, accord'
ing to a dispatch from Salonika today
The atUek was a complete surprise
The Greeks lost only two officers and
ten men, while the Bulgarian losses
were extremely heavy.
The French attacked and captured
Vetrenik, Dobropolje and Sokol, three
vitally important mountain positions
which the Bulgarians had been forti
fying for two years.
Serbian Armies United.
Washington Sep. 17. The whole Ser
bian army is united and on Serbian
soil now ao a result of the Dobro-Polie
victory against the Bulgars. This vic
tory gave the wjeond Serb army a
chance it had struggled long to obtain
and it robbed the Bulgars of positions
which they had held tenaciously for
more than two years.
Sofia, Sept. 15 (Delayed). ''After
exdessively violent artillery preparal
ion and an oostinate struggle, rranco-
Serbian forces succeeded in occupying
our positions, en the Sokol-Potropolje-Vetrinik
line today,' ' the Bulgarian war
We withdrew northward to avoid
Germany Sides With Turks.
Washington, Sept. 17. That Ger
many is trying to induce Bulgaria to
submit to Turkey on territorial claims
was the view of some diplomats here,
oday, following announcement that
olonel Sty ulf has gone to Sofia,
exoefwively violent artillery repara-
Bulgarian Red Cross, which were 01-
ected in Germany.
That Solf should go to Sofia just
when Talaat Pasha is in Berlin for im
portant conferences was cossidered sig-
nifieent. Berlin rumors are that nego
tiations over the boundary dispute,
hich threatens disruption between
Bulgaria pnd Turkey, are to be conclud
ed in favor of the Ottoman.
Train np a hired girl the wav she
should go and it will not be long before
she is gone.
There are more tears than profiteers!
the newspaper business these days.
wfiv m oi t.ttt t
Liberty Loan Campaign
OREGON ON 'VEVEF BY THE 28TH
Though the 4th Liberty Loan does not open for actual
subscription until Saturday, September 28th it is the
plan of the Oregon Liberty Loan Managers that all pre
lit inary work shall be done before that time.
The making out of quotas, the thinking and talking and
figuring; the hemming and hawingEVERYTHING
that can possibly be used as a "wait-a-while" excuse must
be done away with before that date. Even the Pledging
of subscriptions and the Signing of applications are PRE
LIMINARIES which must be completed.
If You Care to see Marion County
and Oregon go "Over the Top"
FIRST in the 4th Liberty Loan BE
MARION COUNTY FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN
This space contributed by Dr. W. H. Byrd
Fall Term Opens Tuesday, September 3rd
EnrOU nOW ftlld SAVP mnnv. Uln alvcarJu
..1tte tnT rates "d terms.
A. T. LINK, frincipaJ. 500 lilford Bid;., P.nljaJ, Ore.
Appeals To The Pope
Amsterdam, Sept. 17. Baron Burinn
Austro-Hungarian foreign minister, has
sent the following note to the pop
through the apostolic mnncio, Di Bouzo,
on September 14, according' to a dispat
ch received from Vienna today.
Alter tour years of unheard of
struggle and gigantic sacrifices, tho
battle devastating Europe has not
brought a cfceision
'Animated by a spirit of reconcilia
tion, Austro-Hungary has doi'idcd to
approach all belligerents and invite
them to pave the way toward peace by
a confidential and unbinding exchange
'With full gratitude, Austria-Hun
gary remember,, thvtouching appeal the
pope sent to the belligerents last year.
Firmly convinced that the pjope also
todoy (word missing from cabled text)
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lhn 51 YoU Have Jays BonSht "4 ich has been
la use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of
- d ,has b!!5 .made nder tis Per
CMsMtzt y,1 MPfeioa since its Infancy.
n . Mow no to deceive you in tbiL
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good l are
S2"3? S?,1 7ith md eWgtne hethM
Infants and (M-Expertacej against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substence!
sge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it haa
w2d cXdT Klief of CoSnfFktulencyl
Wild Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
herefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and K " aiaf
mumz CASTORIA always
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
that long suffering mankind soon will
again enjoy tho blessings of peace, vre
confidentaly hope he will sympathize
with the note and support with his mor
The Browning Amusement Company
of Salem has closed a successful sum
mer season at Columbia Bench. Today
part of tho show loft for Dallas for the
week, and another section to Scio for
the Pioneers', picnic and another sec
tion for the Gresham fair. The entire
show will be at tho state fair.
It looks liko a lot of us fcllqwa who
wero just going to be spectators will
have to take our turn at the bat.
About the best carpenter work you
can do right now is to nail a German
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