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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1918.
How Is Your . 1
Thc Panama Canal is a clear passageway
as far as the Culebra Cut. But Gold Hill
"has a way of slipping into the cut. And
until dredges can clear the channel, the industrial
schedule of the world is out of gear.
How about your own canal ? The intestinal canal
is a clear passageway as far as the large jntestine.
There, if you become constipated, waste matter is
allowed to stagnate. It becomes unnaturally dry and
undergoes abnormal fermentation and putrefaction.
Germ activity is increased. Your whole system is
out of eear. Result, the production of irritating and'
poisonous substances, which are absorbed into your
blood and carried all over your body, liable to pro
duce disease anywhere. The longer such stagnation
is allowed to exist, the harder it is to clean out the
canal. 90 of human disease originates in the
If engineers tried to blast out the slide from
Culebra Cut they would have more slides to cope
with. If you try to blast out accumulated waste from
your Culebra Cut with pills, salts or purges, yog will
increase your constipation and next time you will
have to take stronger medicine in a larger dose.
You can't dredge your canal.
You can clean it out with Nujol
Nujol softens the mdls, and supplies the intestinal
canal with sufficient moisture to replace deficient
mucus. It causes -the obstructive waste matter to
pass gently out of your system at a regular hour,
absorbing and removing the poisons as it goes
Nujol regularity keeps the traffic of your mind and
body operating on schedule.
You admire the Panama Canal system. Why not
safeguard your on? Your druggist has NujoL
NUJOL is sold only in sealed bottles bearing the
Nujol Trade Mark Insist on Nuiol. You may suffer
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The communique does not make clear
whether Americans are co-ope.-ating
with the French in the Champagne at
tack or whether tho Americans referred
to are those reported in a delayed dis
patch to bo attacking east of Moselle,
in th Metz region.
The Champagne front extends from
Bhiemg eastward to Verdun. There!
have been unusual raiding activity in
the center of thig front for several
ADVANCE EAST OT MOSELLE.
By Frank J. Taylor.
With The Americans on the Mwtz
Front, Sept. 25. (Delayed) The
American troops, with French co-operating,
advanced east of the Moselle this
morning. They gained thoir first ob
jective, dVspite German artillery re
Three German officers and 102 men
deserted west of St. Quentin last night
anil slipped across to the British lines.
An order issued by Von Ludendorff
speaks of increased complaints from
the men on leave at home, "creating
an unfavorable impression by state
ments bordering on high treason, and
inciting to disobedience
"Some of thig is due to the natural
irritation of the soldiers at seeing the
superficial weariness and despondency
which unfortunately is so widely prev
alont at home," the order continues.
"Officers should carefully explain'
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Should be on mj table!
FOR FAVORS GRANTED
Excuses Gtrmany But Shows
Spain Has Been Far From
Amsterdam, Sept. 26, Foreign Secre
tary Von Hintze, according to dispat
ches received here, explained the con
cessions to Spain by declaring Germany
had acceded to demands because of fa
vors granted Germany by Spain.
"As an expression of gratitude for
what Spam has done for Germany," he
is quoted as having said, "we have
agreed o K've Spain oust interned ship
for every Spanish hip sunk outside the
Von Hintze also commented on Am
erican end allies efforts to bring about
order in nussia, declaring:
, "The entente and America are at
tempting to' influence the' Bussian "revo
lution." . ' . '
Referring to unrest in Rumania, he
said: "Through the entente's sugges
tions, Rumania is discovering causes for
delays in carrying out hv treaty obliga
tions, but wo are opposing these de
lays in a friendly and firm fashion."
Has a High Opinion of Chamberlain's
"I have a high opinion of Chamber
lain's Tablets for biliousness and as a
laxative," writes Mrs. C. A. Barnes,
Charleston, 111. "I have never found
anything so mild and pleasant to use.
My brother has also used these tablets
with satisfactory results."
to the soldiers that while traveling
they sec the surface only. Honest toil
toil and the severe struggle are not
apparent. It seems, however, that
some people are consciously adopting
a lie of conduct hostile toward the
state. Home authorities must immedi
ately return all such to the front."
The American line of the Moselle ex
tends in practically a straight lino from
Vandicrcs to Nomoney. It averages
from a mile and a half to three mires
from the German border.
British Win Local Battles.
London, Sept.. 26. British troops con
tinued yesterday to win local successes
northwest of St. Quentin, Fiold Mar
shal Haig announced today.
bevcral counter attacks were repul
sed in that region. Slight advances
weru made northwest of LaBasseo and
northwest of Armcntieres,. in Flanders,
yesterday and last night. Additional
prisoners were taken."
'A successful minor operation was
carriod out yesterday by English
troops northwest of LaBassee as the
result of which our line was advancod."
'A counter attack northwest of La
Bassee by the enemy last night was
repulsed and several prisoners were ta
ken. ' '
'We improved our positions slightly.
yesterday and last night northwest of
'In patrol encounters and raids be
tween Armentiere8 and Ypres We took
several nrisnnpra ' '
"Local operations continued sucops-
fully yestorday afternoon and last night
northwest of St. Quentin," tho stato
'English troops made some progress
ana captured certain strongly defend
ed localities in the neighborhood of
Selency and Gricourt ,taking a num
ber or prisoners."
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beverage of tens of thousands .
Now even more prominent because
Made in America 'and a saver
of ocean tonnage much needed for
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drink for young and old.
Aviators are Busy.
.London, Sept. 26. Allied aviators
attacked an enemy airdrome at Buhl
near Karlsruhe, yesterday, with good
results, it wa9 officially announced to
day.- Bursts were observed near the
Tho air f orcos squadron attacked
Kaiserlautcn. Bursts were observed
near tho station and munitions factor
ies. While returning the alHtd ah men
weiv attacked by a number of enemy
machines. In a long running fight two
enemy planes wer0 destroyed. Three
allied machines are missing.
Berlin Official Report
Berlin, via London,. Sept. 26. Fifty
American and French troops were cap
tured by' the Thirty First Landwchr
regiment in a counter thrust in the
Moselle region, where an allied partial
attack was repulsed, the German war
office announced today. i
Brutish and French attacks between
Omignon brook and tho Sommc river
continued yesterday. At first they
broke down under German fire, but re
peated attacks centering against the
height between Pontruet and Gricourt
finally gained the British a temporary
footing. They were driven out by a
Between Franeilly-Selency and the
Somme tho French again attacked and
made small breaches in the German
positions. Apart from this, all attacks
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an enemy battery who tried to keep up
the fighting were destroyed by our
machino guns and wo captured the bat
tery complete, together with a number
of German machine guns. These Ger
man prisoners complain, were abandon
ed intentionally by the Bulgarians. The
Germans are continually firing on Bul
garians retiring from tire firing line. ' '
Stat Of Siege In Sofia,
Zurich, Sept. 26. A state of siege
has been proclaimed in Sofia, according
to information from reliable sources re
ceived here today.
The inhabitants must remain indoors
The newspapers are appealing to the'
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An exposition of autumn styles in dress
hats neatly trimmed portraying the newest
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Many of those beautiful new hats will be
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v Various styles to select from all new and '
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If you are interested in the new models
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people and the army to remain calm
and not lose confidence "at a moment
when tlw country is in supreme dan-
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The ealiinet is sitting continuously.!
Czar Ferdinand is consulting with his!
generals at Grand Headquarters, i is
reported that a ministerial crisis is im
minent. Homo circles predict a regency
under Printw Boris.
Popular peace demonstrations occur
red at the capitol Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday. ' . ,
London, Sept. 26. C'apture of Prilip
by the French and Serbians has plit
the Bulgarian armies into three parts,
according to information received here
One portion of the enemy forces is
northeast of tbe Vardar another is east
of the Vardar while the third ig west of
Prilip. The latter is retreating toward
The allied invasion of Bulgaria I
continuing, it was officially announced
in the Salonika communique today. The
British and Greek troops ar,. advancing
up the stcop slopes of BalachUta inoun
tais, which vxteii from south of Htroum
iza. more than 23 miles eastward.
The Greeks are approaching the ciiant
mountains, north of I.nkn Duiran, Tho
British, in the center, have reached
Great Britain Asked To
Recognize Southern Slavs
Washington, Sept. 26. Formal ap
peal for recognition of southern Blavs,
under Austrian domination, was made
in London yesterday by the Jtigo-Slav
committee headed by hr, Trunbic, it
was karncd authoriatively today. The
request for recognition set forth in de
tail the military activity of Jugo slavs
who arc now fighting in Macedonia with
theallies and who fought against the
Germans in Russia.
It was cipetced that a similar appeal
would shortly bo mado to the United
. Discuss Situation
nii'no, Sept. 26. With the football
KCnsoii mi the verge of opening, liig'
Ten athletic men were here today to
settle the war time status of tho col
lego garno. Their policy with regard
to waiving the freshman residence rule
and the cancellation of long trip games
, it . is believed will be followed by oth
I Minnesota university has precipitat
led some of the discussion through the
rulings of Commandant Adams of the
i student training eorps that no long fur
! lcughn would be granted for trips. Can
jcellation of tho Chicago and Indian
.games on Minnesota's schedule was be
Minister Is Dead
Tokio, -Sept. 28. Viscount Motono,
Japanese minister in the Turuuchi cab
inet, is dead.
Piscount Ichiro Motono resigned his
post foreign minister in tlie Terau-
cuj cauinet several mourns ago on lie
count of ill heiilth. Ho was succeeded
hy Baron Goto, then home secretary.
Motono 's resignation at the time was
snid tn hnvn linen riiki tn a .liffprnnna
of opinion about intervention in Siber
ia. Piscount Motono was a junior dele
gate to The Hnguo pcuce conference ill
199 andafter tho Russo-Japaneso war
wa nmliassador to IVtrograd from 1906
until 1916, when he became foreign
minister. He was born at Saga-Ken in
RAILWAY STRIKE BROKEN
London, Sept 26. Railway traffic
in South Wales and elsewhere wa re
sumed this morning. Practically all
strikera returned to work.