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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1918.
The Government Has Advanced The Price Of Oregon And
To meet this advance manufacturers of Oregon and
.Washington Wheat flours have increased their pncqp,
until there is little if any difference between the price of
Oregon and Washington Wheat Flours and that of Fish
er's Blend. . .
THE SUPERIOR QUALITY OF FISHER'S
BLEND AS COMPARED WITH OTHER
FLOURS IS ABSOLUTELY THE SAME NOW
Just as in pre-war times Fisher's Blend is made of
Choicest Eastern Hard Wheat and Choicest Washington
If it was Economy in pre-war times to
pay more for Fisher's BJend than for
other flours, certainly it is greater econo
, my now to buy it at practically the same
price for which other flours sell.
Fisher's Blend is the ideal flour to use with Wheat
Substitutes. These substitutes lack a balanced gluten.
They require mixture with a strong wheat flour.
Fisher's Blend is a strong wheat flour.
Fisher's Substitutes, including Fisher's Corn Flour,
Fisher's Milo Maize Flour, Fisher's 'Barley Flour and
Fisher's Corn Meal, work perfectly with Fisher's Blend
Flour because the same painstaking care is used in the
manufacture of the one as in the manufacture of the other.
Fisher's Blend Flour and Fisher's Wheat Substitutes
are manufactured in "America's Finest Flouring Mills"
"I'nlteil Slntea Food
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W. H. WALLINGFORD,
Liberty Six Premier Six
822 Alder Street, PORTLAND, ORE
Guarantee farm efficiency.
' Stand years ef hard service.
Light weight -aaty to handle.
"Junior" for I plows, "Benlor" for 1
(Our l-plow machines coming soon.)
NILSON TRACIOR SALES CGv
East Morrison at E. Third St
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oil Earth, FOUND by the
PERSONAL TROUBLE SPECIALIST
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Adminis'rnUou License -No. 0 48173"
Court House News
In the matter of the estate of J. P.
FriKiMl, h notice has bveit filed in tlm
olfieo of the county clerk of nn appeal
to theaupreiiK) court of Oregon from
the decree of tho Circuit court entered
Aniin L, Smith has filej a suit n gainst
W. 0. Morris and others on a nolu of
!W0 dated Oct. S, 11)14, Hccurcl by real,
sin io. iiie note was originally signed
by . I!. Morris and wife and imule. pay-
able to Anna L. Smith. Tho land nu.rt- filled our seaports and terminal cleva
gagcil was later conveyed to 0. M. Too- tors. ,
pie and hi sold to Carl Morris. A fore
closure of the mortgage, i8 asked.
In the enso of liose Bailey against
Alice K Fish, (lm defendant enters n
denial that the plaintiff was injured to!
th extent of $2,500. !
In the county court, Ida M. Moores
wns nppointod administratrix of tho es:
tnto of K. T, Monies and bond placed
at $21,000. The property is valued ai
$12,000 in personal ptoperty and $750
in real estate. Th heirs are thP wid-1
ow, Mrs. Jda M. Moores, Juanita I
Lucile Moorcs, age 18 and Olive iiugni
go io. air. jvinorcs wan before his
School for the blind.
of tho Oregon
John W. Harritt, exveutor of tho es
tnte of Julia K, Harritt reported to th
coiiiiiv court the sale of real estate tc
Joseph Mesiior for $29,000. The Balo wan
confirmed by the court.
SOLDIERS CHRISTMAS BOXES
Washington, Oct. 8. Christ-
mas packages for marines with
with the American expedition-
ary force must bo of the size
"prescribed for the army pack-
nges, it was announced todnw
To fh man? imiir of skfn dfsessa
P. li. 1'., the liquid wash, has become a
houwhold word. They know it la reliable
and iliey can depend on It, they do Dot
heaitate to recommend It to their neldh
bora. It haa proved Itwlf a remarkablo
remedy for all forms of Kcsema. It Is a
Sernilclde that is harmless to the most
curat, skin, but still It la effective and
qulca In action.- If yon are a sufferer
xn'iu Hin uiseawa, including- ulcers, ptm-
rtea, acalea, crust or Kcieraa In any form.
Ids remedy will not disappoint you. It
baa stood the test and tnlsv la tlu mat
preparation for all akin diseases,
t'ome In today and ask shout onr jrusr-
vnirv im It. It. V. AISO SOOUt IK IX IX
Soap, that keep the skia healthy.
aaaa biua Ktmtij
J O. I'arrw.
Tacoma Goses Theatres And
May Close Ali Schools
Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 3. With up
wards of 60 cases of Spanish influenza
reported in thia city and at Camp Lew
is, all theaters are closed today and
the closing of school and churches
may follow if the public safety seems
The order for the closing of the thea
tors was given and a proclamation is
sued by Mayor Riddell, following a
conference between city health offi
cers and Major Ivy L. McGlasson, di
vision sanitary inspector at Camp Lew
is. The local traction company was
asked to cooperate and orders were
given carmen to keep the windows of
streetcars open so as to lessen the
danger of infection from stagnant air.
Washington, Oct. 8. Spanish in
fluenza hus stricken approximately 300
civilian workers in the ordnance de
partment here, the war department an
nuuneed today. Owing to the scarcity
of physicians, nurses were taken to
homes of the employes in department
al automobiles. '
New York, Oct. 8. Mis. George W.
Perkins, Jr., died suddenly yesterday
of pneumonia in Princeton, N. ,1., at
the home of her father, Major Augus
tine Trowbridge. Mrs. Perkins was a
popular figure in the 5'ungcr social
circles of New York and Philadelphia.
fSho married the -financier's sou June
( amp Sherman, Ohio, Oct. 8. Total
deaths from pneumonia and .Spanish
influenza here reached 470 today with
forty new deaths during the night.
During the '2 hour period ending at j
p. m. yesterday there were eighty four
(Vlunibus, Ohio, Oct. 8. There are
2."),0U() cases of Spanish influenza in
Ohio according to figures given out
to. lay by James li. Baunian, deputy
MLatc health coniniissioner.
The epidemic has developed in ev
ery community in the state, almost
without exception, Iluuiuan said.
Camp Sherman, Ohio, Oct. 8. One
hundred and thirty six deaths -from
pneumonia occurred here between noon
uitil i p. in. today, it was officially an-j
uouiicimI .this afternoon.
Total deaths since the outbreak of
the influenza epidemic at this camp
now is 7tl. '
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 8. Health Com
missioner J. S. Me.iSiide uammncud this
afternoon that a serum .worked out by
local health officials and naval author
itiees at liieiuerton has proven a suc
cess in the treatment of influenza.
Graia- Carrying Ships
Are Temporarily Withdrawn
New York, Oct. 8. The reason for
the temporary diversion of grain ships
from this port for the carrying of war
supplies to Pershing's army was an
nounced today by the local food admin
"The enlarged demands by General
Pershing for material, resulting from
the progress on the west front, has nec
essitated the temoprnry diversion of
gram chips to this service,'' said the
.'rai;, temporarily curtails the wheat
movement, from the wubunid and lm:i
"There is no occasion for farmers to
become panicky. If holders will have
a little patiotieo tho wheat will all be
moved and the full prico secured by
vtial City Employes
Now Have Salaries Exed
Although the emiloyes of the fire
department, police, and street depart-
niont had been promiM-d an inerense in
1"'.V beginning the first of this mouth,
action was not taken definitely until at
tli sessioa of tho city council last
evening, mo city mummy payroll in
these three departments is as follows:
1'ire depaitmeiitf Chief, $ti..OD!
captain, $100.00; engineer $100; cull
nieu, $10.00; firemen, $H5.00 a month
during the first six months of service
and .!( a mouth thereafter.
Policemen will receive the same sal
ary as firemen, with the $.S,r a month
during the first six months of service
and $00 a month thereafter.
street department: street commis
sioner; $110 a mouth; chief mechanic,
$105,00; sewer expert, $IK).0t; teamster
foreman, $!0; teamsters, $S.r; cart men
$.S0; common labor, $3 a day.
President's Reply Is
Awaited In Wall Street
New York, Oct. 8. The New Tork
Evening Sua financial review today
While it was accepted ia Wall street
as a foregone conclusion that the pres
ident would turn a deaf car to the
peace pleas of the central empires, trad
ing in today's session of tho securi
ties market was governed to a largo
extent by the fact that a reply was
not as yet forthcoming.
At the outset there was a firm tone
to the list, with particularly good de
mand for the shipping group.
tftock prices reacted in the late af
'moon, hI1i oapudial (weakness ijn
the oil group. Bonds were active and
strong for the most part.
What The Dalles calls the "Aip," the
municipal swimming place of the towus-
( people, has been closed for v ..
1 The best season in the history of the dip
Doesn't Hurt a Bit! Sore Corns
Lift Right Off With. fin
Costs few cents! Drop a little
Freezone on that touchy corn, instantly
that corn stops fct-rtiag, then 'you lift
it risht out with 'the fingers.
Why waiti Your druggist sells a tiny
bottle of Freezone for a few cents, suf
ficient to rid your feet of every harij
corn, soft corn, or corn between the
toes, and calluses, without soreness or
irritation. Freezone is th? much talked
Of discovery of the Cincinnati genius.
i. CCS. WORKER
HAS A BUSY JO
All Sorts of Domestic Problems
Are All in the Day's Work
For Him or Her.
' The adveiitttres of Hie organizers of
the War Camp Community Service
the men who go round to the commu
nities near the camps, organize sol
diers' clubs and get nil kinds of hospi
tality mobilized for the benefit of the
officers and soldiers In the intervals
snutched from their more routine du
ties of "sorting out Invitations to the
soldiers to come and take Sunday din
ner, collecting chnperones for parties
and attending to the business manage
ment of soldiers' clubs ure many and
of n somewhat bewildering variety.
Not long n go a little mother with a
large Imby draped over one shoulder
Journeyed to Soutliport, N. C, near
Fort Caswell, where a soldier father
was stationed. When she arrived she
was taken to n snug little hotel, es
tablished by the War Cnmp Communi
ty Service for Just such visitors. Here
her husband could visit her, but there
were many days when he was off duty
for n few hours In camp, but couldn't
cross the bny to see her. And she
couldn't carry the heavy baby across
the Bands to the wharf to take the
hunt to Fort Caswell.
Kvery one at the Community Houso
kept talking of the Community Organ
izer, so one day as she sat holding her
Imby and gazing wistfully over the
buy tfie little woman had a happy
thought. A few minutes later over In
the Army and Navy Club the Commu
nity Organizer's desk 'phone rnng.
"Yes Yes. What I A baby car
rio.ge? (Jrenthat! That's a large or
der In this village. Has to have It?
All right If I can't find one I'll build
one for you."
Hnnglng up the receiver, the Organ
izer sat frowning for a minute, then,
registering helplessness, he telephoned
his wife. On the evening of the same
day a perambulator, somewhat dilapi
dated' from a lengthy career, was
wheeled up before the Community
House, where a delighted little woman
rushed out and put her hnby In It.
Now the little mother and the heavy
baby visit the father etery day.
Then there was the Community Or
ganizer who received the request of a
young French Canadian recruit that
he be sent over tho week end to a fam
ily with n baby In It because he had it
baby of his own at home. Of course
the Community Organizer produced
the baby, with Its appropriate chaper
onnge. What else was there for him
to do? It was all In the day's work
anyhow. Among the thousands of fam
ilies applying every week to tho War
Camp Community Service In any con
siderable "neighborhood there are all
kinds families with and families
without, and every other combination
that may be required. All kinds of
families are kept in stock, and attend
ing to the special wants of customers
is a specialty.
One of these War Camp father con
fessors was asked the other day by a
recruit to keep his money for him so
he could not gnmble It away, and many
similar intimate services are rendered.
Some other unique functions are
taken as follows from reports of the
men and women organizers:
"Obtained license and magistrate
and acted as master of ceremonies at
the marriage of a soldier about to
start for the front." v
"Wrote letter to draft board for em
ployee in a large manufacturing plant,
who was disturbed because his number
had not been called." -
"Served as volunteer head of Impro
vised day nursery during the rush of
civilian visitors, wnrming baby's milk,
putting baby to sleep, etc,"
"Acted as free express and postal
agent, shipping 'collect' grips, suit
cases, bags and parcels left to be sent"
ran " I
Perhaps it is a little early to talk Overcoats, but
going to be very scarce this season.
We have one of the most complete and comprehensive showings
which have ever graced this store of greater values, and yet we
fear that the demand is going to far exceed the supply.
enjoy a national reputation built on the solid foundation of per
sonal, man-to-man indorsement,and this invitation is extended
to you in order that you may personally inspect the seven New
Fall and Winter models, which are destined to add luster to this
"Sign of Excellence."
$3 TO $6
First Dose of 'Tape's CoM
, Compound" Relieves All
Don't stay stnf fed-up!
(jHit blowing and snuffling! A doso
of "Pape's Cold Compound" taken ev
ery two hums until three doses arc
taken will end grippe niiBery and break
up a severe cold cither, in the head,
chest, body or limbs..
It promptly opens clogged-np nos
trils and air paHesnges; stops nasty
discharge or nese running; relieves
sick headache, dullness, feverishness,
sore throat, sneezing, soreness and
'Tape's Cold Compound" is the
quickest, surest relief known and costs
only n few cents at drug stores. It acts
without assistance, tastes nice, and
causes no inconvenience. Don't accept
One Soldier's Prophecy.
The War Camp Community Service
for the War Department and Navy
Department Commissions on Training
Camp Activities lins its flies full of tes.
tlmoniiils from soldiers, sailors and
marines, from commanding officers,
colonels, captains, lieutenants, noncom
missioned officers and men In the
ranks, but none received recently has
pleased Its executive officers as much
ns that from a private In the 3U0th
Engineers, who was entertained at the
Enlisted Men's Club In Jacksonville,
"Tho same spirit which Is backing
this Club," he wrote, "Is going to-back
the Hlndenburg line into Berlin."
LIBERTY BELL IN VIEW DAILY.
Ii.depeadence Hall, famed as a
shrine of patriotism, has been opened
continuously so that soldiers, sailors
Mid all other Philadelphia visitors may
enter the old building and see the hell
which rnng out for liberty. Hitherto
It lias been the custom to close the
building on Sundays through July and
August, but it Is Sunday, according to
the War Cnmp Community Service,
which takes the most soldiers and
sailors to the city, and Independence
Hall is their first choice of sights to
see. When the War Camp Community
Service discovered that the obstacle
was the twelve dollars a day expense
In providing guards for the place this
difficulty was removed In short order.
MAKING USE OF THE HUNS.
At the old Hotel Earlington, Unit
No. 3 of the New York War Camp
Community Service, there Is some
very satisfying furniture. Why espe
cially satisfying) Ask any soldier,
sailor or marine who has followed the
Invitation of the sign "W. C. C. S."
over the hotel door. He will promptly
tell you that It is real luxury to sink
down Into chairs and divans from the
Vaterland and other Interned German
ships, and when It comes to playing
quiet game of pinochle on Hun poker
tables well, U Is returuinjpto days of
Bishop All-Wool Coats
$20 to $40
Hart Schaffner & Marx
$25 to $50
-;OMIXO TO THE LIBERTY III EAT
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OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL WAR EMERGENCY
COURSE AND CERTIFICATE
Owing to, the scarcity of teachers the Oregon Nor
mal School will offer a War Emergency Course of
twenty weeks outlined b ythe Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction. The course will begin with each of
the terms commencing Nov. 16, 1918; February 8,
1919 and April 12, 1919. The Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction will consider it equivalent to the
Teachers' Training Course and issue a certificate up
on its completion valid to teach in the elementary
grades for one year.
This course will be open to those who have had
two years or more of high school work or its equiva
lent. No age limit is required for entrance, but be
fore a certificate can be issued applicant must be at
least eighteen years of age.
All regular courses will be offered as usual.
For detailed information address
Caoital Journal Want Ads Will Get Yoa What Yon Want
Canital Journal Want Ads Will Get Yoa What You Want
good Overcoats are
$5 TO $9
RK THtTKSD.-, FHIDAY AN')
Oregon Normal School,
Monmouth, Oregon, t
to the folks hack home.