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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1918.
EXTRA FINE LOT
SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
BRINGS SURE RELIEF
4 to 6 lbs., fleshy
Cut from very choicest Corn Fed Hogs, Mild Sugar
, Cure, Hardwood Smoked. A good substitute for
bacon, at much less cost. Also
I Pic-Nsc Hams
of Superior Quality and Delicious Flavor
Pure Rendered Sue
' ; , Moulded in 2 1-2 to 3-lb. cakes
! Splendid for all kinds of Frying and particularly
nice for frying potatoes. Economical and moderate
in price. A
For JW) years GOLD MhfAt, Hair- aro the remedy you need. Take three
lent Oil has enabled sufferinz hiininni- or four every da v. The kcnline oil
;ty to withstand attacks of kidney, liv-; soaks into the cells and lining of the
ier, 'bladder and stoma -h troubles and kidneys and drives out the poison.
all disea-i-g connected with the urinary ; Xew life and health will sorely fol
i organs, and to built up and restore to low. When your normal vigor-hag been
health orpin wftlrened by disease. restored continue treatment for a while
These most important organs must be;to keep yourself in condition and pre
(watched, because they filter and pun- vent a return of the disease.
,fy the Mood; unless they do their work j Uou't wait until you are incapable
iyou are doomed, - jof fighting. Start taking GOLD M.KD-
Wcariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, AL Haarlem Oil Capsule today. Your
I despondency, baokavlie, stomach trou-; druggist will heerfully rtf'und your
ihle, pain, iu the loins and lower ab-. nioiiej if you are not satisfied with .re
jdcuieu, difficulty when urinating, rheu- j sults.'Hut be sure to set the original
jmatism, sciatica and lumbago ail warn imported GOLD MEDaL and accept no
iyou of trouble with yow kiu.ieys. ! substitutes. In three size;. Sealed
GOLD MBDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules, packages. At all drug store.
TWO WARS CONTINUE IN
EUROPE TO SETTLE YET
By J-W. T. Mason. ,havc passed beyond the possibility of a
(I'nitcd Press rilaff Correspondent.) settlement by mutual consent. An army
New York. Nov. 21. Althmii;h the. , T,. . , r i- .
j i i from Ikrauie lias defeated the Polish
great war itself lias ended, two other ,
wars are continuing iu Europe and shovjtol'ce8 111 Galicia, and has established
no present indication of terminating bc-ja claim to Leniberg and the famous for
foro the opening oi! the peace eonferen-j tress of Przeipysl by right of conquest.
l'e' . , ... . , . Both races put forth ethnological -roa-
Tae hangover (.'inflicts aro between) . ,,
Poland and I'hi vine in eastern Gali-su,ls whv the Peace inference should
ciii and between Hussia and the allies ! decide in their favor, and the delegates
iu the Archangel region. TVso tur-jt Versailles will leave open wounds
moils aro the i atconie of difficulties: whatever nlav bf their verdict.
which the peac. conference may be to- " rormaj Condition of War.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers And Packers
MEATS OF ALL KINDS, SAUSAGES, LARD, ETC
Northwest Corner Court and Liberty Sts -
tally unable l i tcttle in any fashion
approaching' po formanee.
The conflicting demands of Poland
mid Vkraine t.i the eastern nrea of Ga
lieiii, incliulii ; Lemberg, the capital,
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For Burning Eczema
no appetite, sour stomach ninl very
much Doctors could not help mo.
Greasy wives and ointments should not !Thu, 1,,i?T '!?.of A'nTJa
ba applied if good clear skin is wanted. ' !','.'' 1Jcr.v 'l, Lake
From ant; dniomsr fnr 3K- nr SI flft fnr i 'ew, Iowa.
extra large size, eet a bottle of'semo. Adler'-i-kn expels ALL rim and sour
When anolied as directed it effective! : nesa. stmminjr stomach disliess
.. t i . . . . ' iWP
removeseczema.niilrklvatnnaltrhina and "lAVl 1,1, iMimtios ISOIII upper
II 1 1 L! IIS II . i; -. .7 : J : -r-, - ,..,m i
liMc Uuuinea rtdCc rrosrata neai3 km wouwes, also sores, bums,: "', .nusning muhl mi
ni n , n ' i woiindsandclialiiig.lt penetrates, cleanses mcutnry canal. Rouiovoa ALL foul mat
in rlaCj''; I rO?rCSSlVE andsoothes. Zemo ia a clean, dependabla ter which poisons system. Of ten Cl'HKSj
i IHVAWCIiniVW, UCMCtiaLlllli'. 1111 L13CU LIU V ' " I. ' 'M II U i I f fin 'Vim ' no.
I liquid. Try it, as we believe nothing you i VYo have sold Adlor-i-ka many years.
loaveeveruseaiaasenecuveanasatisiying, it is a mixture of bucutnor;i, eascara,
By L. C. Mrtln
(I'niti'd Press 8tHff Correspondent.)
Washington, Xov. 21. Cumpliito har
iiidny in somite republican ranks was
forecast today. Will 11. Ifnyg, chair
Mini of the repiibliciiu niiliiiiial commit
tee, was to confer with republican
''regulars" and "progressives" on a
Hays' tusk will not bo difficult, load
',m guard" republicans predicted.
They he vi! outlined a "peace program"
.. designed to i plfcr. e . "progroHsives"
wlr havo been vlv nding' eliminatioii
of Hei.ator l'l'iuosc iu heir, ajipuroat to
Hie chairmanship of the finance com
.initios and modification of tho sonior-
iily rule o H til prevent "old guard"
.t.'snlers from coutiolling all iniportaut
Ic.Kislalioii through iiiembeiHliip on nov
pi-hI of the most peweiful coiimillteos.
This peace program, which leaders
bono will end nil insurgency, includes
tlio iioiiinut:on of Scnnlor l'oindexter
VV'avliiiigton, a pin(,icssive, as president
l.t'i li'in of tie N'tflii nnd the placing
S. Korris, Cumiiiins, Kenyon and other
, I'l'Oi.wivrs it tit head of tiio inpor
truit committees, but keeps 1'eurosB as
B'5 ('!( F i fr
U Knn tlx Uw o
jF Jj beltm compkxlon.
1 , Yl)ll CM ,i,ntly
ir J remli-r to your skin
f a btaiillfiil, tol't
nc that will bm
I' e wonder of your
rkndi U you will um
j Oriental Cmm
' SmtUOc. fnr Trial Sizt
i FERa T. HOPKINS & SON. New York
The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, 0.
finance chairman. Under tho proposed
plan republicans would also support the
Morris substitute for the rule of sen
iority in selecting committee halrmen
with some time udmcnts.
The conflict between Russia and Uie
allies is not a formal condition of bel
ligerency on the part of tho entente
powers and America, who have never
declared war ou Russia.. Neverthele&J
thft bolsheviki, the only organized gov
erning authority in Russia, consider
an actual stato of hostilities exists.
Fighting between the allies and the bol
sheviki is on a fairly wide scale, and
thore havo been recent indications that
the bolshevik; troops aro well fed and
in no sense resemble a rubM" r tny.
Thero is precedent for a p.-ucc coher
ence being held while war continues..
During tho congress of Vienna at the
conclusion of the Napolenio wars, Na-
, 'poleon escaped from Elbe.
"I had pain in the pit, of my stomach - v wlll bo ,)08sibIe also for the Vw.
saillos conference' to accept the creden
tials of any Russian delegates it de
sires. It will also bo possible for the
conference to admit delegates both
from Poland and Ukraine. But the set-
, v tlement of Europe's eastern problems
u.wl (annul ue guuraiiieeu oy a mere aumis-
bioii ul ui'iv, iicb .10 .inv peace la'oie.
Eastern Euro, ? is now the world 's
greatest enigma. All tho statesmanship
at the world s disposal may be un
ablo to solve . tho problems involved.
The only solvent may he time, and
time always nieiiBS-the possibility of
othor wars. - . , .
ffliiG OF GOllit't
Coisfsrence Will Be Middle 01
Dicember If Lloyd-Ccorge
Can Leave England.
. By Robert J. Bender
(United I'ress staff correspondent)
Washington, Nov. 21. Convening of
the peace conference in France is now
virtually up to Lloyd-George.
The British election is December J!8.
If the premier feels he can leave Eng
land before that date, the peace con
fernce should get under way by the
middle of December, it is said heie. If
he cannot leave, however, until after
the elections, the conclave probably
wont begin until the end of December
or the first of January. President Wil
son will muko his sailing arrangements
accordingly. Details of the president's
trip are no-ar completion. Jt is liKeJy
Mrs. Wilson will be the only woman on
the journey the wives of cabinet, dele
gates going over later.
Expects "to Visit Italr
The newspaper correspondents will
not be taken ou the president's vessel,
according to the plan now. Only the
date of the president's sailing vVhich
originally was planned for December
3, but which now may be delayed some
and the personnel of the- peace dele
gates remain to bu announced.
The president expects to visit Eng
land and Italy as well as Franco, his
It is now generally believed the pres
ident will .make two trips to Europe
during tho session, the firtt for its
opening and the second when the peace
agreement is ready for final signature.
Di'teiTnination of the order in which
great questions will be handled at the
peace table is now the object of dis
cission preliminary ti the conference.
It is proposed to clear up first these
questions which' will enable all bellig
erents and neutralB to resume as quick
ly as possible normal trade conditions.
Strong pressure from neutral8 urging
lifting of tho allied blockade is pour
ing into the present inter-ullied exchanges.
Divided in Sections
DEFEATS OF AUSTRIA IN
300 YEARS OF WARFARE
By the Italiaa-Aincricaii JCcws Bureau, cession. Prince Eugene defeaicfl the
, . i French in Italy; he joined Marlborough
About three huudicd years ago, oa and defeated the French in 1708 at
May 3, 1619, two luen were thrown Ouemlenardc and in 1710 at Mutpla
from a window of tho Imperial Palace quit.
in Prague. This was tho first act of. 17K Prince Eugene again defeated
violence which brought on the Thirty! the Turk9 at Belgrade.
Years' War. j 1755 Seven Years' War. Fiederick
From that, time on, Austria found ! the Great defeated tho Austrian at
herself waging a series of wars, in Prague; the Austrians were defeated
which she was beaten with two exeep-'at Leuthen, 1737; at Torgau and at
tions. One was against the Turks and Leignitz in 1700 and at Freiburg in
another against the French when her 1702. '
armies were led by Prince Eugene of 1796-1797 General Bonaparte defeat
Savoy. Jed the Austrians at Lodi, Areola and
Tho record of the fourteen wars, Rivoli and drove them out of Italy.'
which preceded the present one in! 1791) The Austrians were defeated
which she has suffered the greatest of by the French at Hohcnlinden and at
defeats at the hands of the Italians is Zurich.
as follows: 1800 The Austrians were defeated
1618-1648 Thirty Years' War. The at Maiengo and at Montbello.
Austrians were defeated by Gustavus' 1803 The Austrians were defeated
Adolphus, King of Sweden, at Leipsig by Napoleon at Austcrlitz and Vienna
in 1631; at Lutzen in 1632; Ponunerania was occupied.
was conqueied. The Austrians were de-j 1809 Napoleon defeated the Austr
feated by the French and obliged to inns at Echmuhl, Aspcrn and Essling;
sue for peace. j crushed them at Wagram and retook
1683 Defeated by the Turks, Emper- Vienna,
or Leopold fled from Vienna. Ho Bought' 1839 Napoleon III defeated the Ans
tlie help of King John Sob!esRi of Po-,triuns at Marengo and Magent and Sol
land who saved Vienna from the Turks! ferino and Lombardy was ceded to It
who had arrived already under thc alv.
walls of tho city.
1687 Prince Eugene of Savoy, commander-in-chief
of the Austrian ar
mies, defeated tho Turks at Belgrade.
1707-1710 War of the Spanish'Suc-
1S66 Seven Weeks' War. The Aus
trians were defeated by the Prussians
commanded by Von Moltke, and by
Prince Frederick at Sadowa. Austria
ceded Venetia to Italy.
SALEM GOES OVER TOP GIRLS! THICKEN AND
IN WAR FUrlD DRIVE BEAUTIFUL YOUR HAIR
Total Stibscripfen From Mar- STOPJJANDRUEE
ion County Reaches Over T TM v, h,;, c.
1 JU J Hilda IVUI HUM VVU
j Wavy, Glossy And Abund
ant At Once.
To be possessed of a head of heavy,
glycerine and nine othpr simple drugs.
J. j Perry,, druggist.,.
Lewis Urges Government
Control Of Public Utilities
.Wa;-liii;tiloii, Nov. 21. A resolution
eommitllng the senate to government
ownership of all publie utilities and of
' until" T." Hotlines 'for tho production
if fuel." wv 'nti'oiluied toduy by feu
nlur l ewis, ili'iiiiK rutie whip.
'"It is iIk- .predion of the senate"
..aid the reMiluti.,11, "that the poiicy of
the 1' idled ' 1 1; e government for tli
future shoitU be t.iiit 'ti govoi lunc.ii
oivner.diip of inieibUU' railroads, tel
egraphs, telephones and also national
lines of coiuiiuiuiciitious necessary to
complete postal ami telegraphic service
to the citizens of the nation.
"The government should possess and
own all natural ligcncios for the pro
tection of fuel produced iu the land
and created as the : reuslt of natural
agencies. It shall construct and own
ships and ugencies of water transporta
tion necessary for merchant marine.
Sleep and Best .
One of the most common causes of
insomnia, am) restlessness U indiges
tion. Take one of Chamberlain 's Tab
lets iniintiliati ly after supper and see
if you do not rest better and sleep bet
ter. They only cost a quarter.
The order of the God Star, consisting
of fathers, brothers, sisters or wives
who have died in the service, has been
organir.ed at Omaha,
?e Kennedy Here
In 'The Service Star"
N V , jt
r- T u - WZtXit
V - ' I
REG. U. S.
Acknowledged tlie standard Army Shoe
on the Uist and small wonder :
"Extra Service Every Step
Comfort Every Minute "
That's why Jt is being worn by
thousands of men in all walks of
Office Men Hikers , Motormen
Attorneys Farmers Conductor
Physician Orchardiitt Hunters
Look for the name Buckhkcht
(tamped on the.sole of every Slioe
. Mi out j your dewier bs unable to supply you
nend Ilia name to too manufaeturer Buck
inffham and Hecht, Han Francisco Encloso
jirice of ihoej yoa desire snd we will hare ycur
Magnetic Madge Kennedy appears at
last in a real out and out drama. It
is "Tho Service Htur" nnd, oe its ti
tle inilicates, is of extreme timeliness,
appealing as it doivi to very owner of
a service flag. When it eomes to the
Liberty theater beginning tomorrow
admirer of the (roldwyn gtar are prom
ised the double delight of seeing her
in a straight dramatie role and an orig
inal, powerful play.
Whe in Marilyn March, a girl of ex
tremo plainnoss, who yearns for a sol
dier or saiKir sweetheart such as every
other girl has. In desperation she an
nounce that she is the wife of a sol
dier whoo heroism i proclaimed in all
the iiewipera. At once the young
man's mother seeks her out and in
terror Marilyn faces her, sure that shi
will be exposed as an impostor. But
tho mother takes tho girl to her heart
ami her home.' Marilyn's story is ac
cented without a question and she is
transformed from an unprepossessing
girl to a lovely young matron.
Marilyn 's mental suffering is agon
ising when news eomes of her siippos
ed husband's death, and later arrange
meutu are made to make her his heir
ess. This is more than Marilyn ean
stand and she prepare to go away
from the mother snd the young man
who occupies a room in the house. Mar
ilyn has met bun by accident and by
Greatly Benefltoi by Chamberlain's
"I am thauliful for the good I have
received by using Chamberlain's Tab
lets. About two years ago when I began
taking them I was suffering a areat
ileal, from distress after eating, and
from hcailache and a tired, languid
feeling due to indigestion and a tor
pid liver. Chamberlain 's Tablets cor
rected those disorders in a short time,
and since taking two 'bottles of them
my 'health has been good," writes Mrs.
M. P. Harwood. Auburn, J).
Every State U Pacific
Divisdcp Attains Goal
81111 Francisco, Nov. L'l.r-w.., state
in the Pacific division attained its' goal
in the United War Work campaign, it
was announced here today. The divi
sion's subscription was 116 pr cent of
its quota, or $1,388,305 more than was
Subscriptions by states were ns fol
lows: California, $;,080,G7.
. Washington, $1,708,728 '
Oregon, $1,010,000. ...
Idaho, $180,000. 1
Wyoming, $280,000. .
Nevada, 138,000. -
Total, $0,891,305. " '. .
The government owns 32 aviation
fields, nil fully equipped, and has built
up preliminary courses' in colcges and
St. Peters Mission, located near Hel
ena, Montana, and estublished by the
Jesuits nioro than SO years ago, burned
to the ground last Friday morning.
:t To All Wcir.ca
Readers Of This Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and
never suspect it.
Women's complaint of ton prove to
be nothing else but kidney trouble, or
the result of kidney or 'bladder dis
ease. If tho kidneys are not in a healthy
condition, they may cmuo the other
organs to become diseased.
You may suffer pain in the back,
headache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irri
table and may be despondent; it makes
any one so. .
But hundreds of women claim tnat
Dr. Kilmer' Swanip-Koot, by restor
ing health to the kidneys, proved to
be just the remedy needed to overcome
A good kidney medicine, possessing
real healing and curative vniue, should
be a blessing to thousands of nervous,
chance she makes a discovery which 'ovvr WOrked womes.
arouse fcer suspicion. ,
flash it comes to her that the
in reality is the son whose
is pretending to be and who
the draft, tli'ionslv she
mother with what she. sus
pects and the elder woman breaks down
confessing everything, .
Many oenii for a sample bottle to
ee what ttwamp Root, the great kidney
liver and bladder medicine will do for
them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer k Co., Binghamton, N. oa
may receive sample size hottle by par-
eel post. You can purchase medium and
1 - v . .
mrgo sin; oolites at ail urug stores.
headquarters to work for an oversub-; rl1ff br in flr; Joat rcal
siipuoii ot 50 per cent. Of the ov- Pnsc wlU be atl.er about two woeks'
ersubseriptiun sked fot Marion county :u'. ""ln ?on . new ntur i.ne
sprouting out all over yrnr
scalp Danderine is, we believe, tho
confident that Marion county will raisd to iirhrK .ndit
f.. '..... .. 1 41... .'....... . I I new hair
4IU1.I' HI l"U CUU11L,V Hit! WUlif
inc. .Vu.litor Paulus says that he ia
srieewhero between 140 and 160 per
ci nt 01 the original quota-.
I'io sum contributed by Maiion
count, to the united drive is tiio larg
est sum yet contributed for wai relief
purposes. While the official auditor's
repi-vt 1ms the total at $48,660? It is
conservatively estimated that tffb total
will reach approximately $05,000..
The city of Salem and Marion county j
proper went over tho top for the united
war work drive last night according to
the report of Robert C. Paulus, auditoif beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffv,
It was held possible ttfJny that the for the committee. Mr, Paulus repoi wavy and free from dandruff ia mere-
great treaty might, bo divided into two tea a toutl 01 20,1 if. a lor me city .01 y a matter or using a nttie uanuerine.
or more sections, tho first to cover fculem and $22,o4J for the county out-, it is easy ana inexpensive to nave t
mitteis of ininiciliato importance, and ' side of Salem and vicinity making a nice, Sift hair and lots of it. Just
th others demanding longer and more1 grand total of $48,600.88, for the eoun-! get a small bottle of Knowlton's Dnn
ile.ro rate action to follow TJadcr this'ty at large. The quota originally as-derino now for a few cents all drug
pinn tho treaty may be signed in soc-1 signed to Marion county was $3'7,6d0. stores; recommend it apply a little as
tions as completed. j'i'ue amount raised is approximately 3J 1 directed and within ten minutes thero
This, it was held likely, here, would i per cent in excess of the quota. Just wi" 1,9 an appearance of iibundonco,
tend to permit Go; many to set forth i i.:o.foro the opening of the campaign ! fr''n"pss' fluff inoss and ar. incompar
vvith shii s now blockaded-within her ' November 11th, all committees were re- al,le 8l0ES aml 1'wtve, and try as you
l-orta nnii go rter ne,c(icii supples. . i,,,icstec; by telegram from, jiational V,.""". V"U.B ' vl """"
in tnis connection, it was pointeu
out that' tne sooner uwinany resumes
her trade, the quicker E.I10 will have
money available for paying off the
tremendous indemnities sho must give
for the destruction she wrought in oc
-. . . Freedom of Ssas Decided
Owing to the situation it was held
likely that the league of nations and
its corrolarv, freedom of tho seas,
would be among tho first questions to
b disposed of. Strength is added to
this 'belief by the fact that -the presi
dent will attend the opening ooitfer
enco nnd he is particularly interested
in these points.
Fulilislied reports that President Wil
son, was going to Europe to settle inf
erences which have arisen among tao
allies on peaco matters, were einphat-
aliy denied by the state department,
he storv was looked upon as detrf
montal propagnenda, and the depart-,
nient said positively there was no foun
dation of truth in the report.
Jewish Interest.es Brought la
A delegation of Rumanian Jews, in
troduced by Louis Marshal', New York
lawyer, asked Secretary of State Lan
sing to safeguard Jewish interests in
Tho question will probably arise at
the peace conference.
The new Russian government is pre
paring an outline of its desires at the
peaco table and is planning to send
representatives. The Russian situation
now offers probably the most vexing
problem in connection with the forth
However, leaders and armies of the
new government are making headway
in Russia, The bolshdviki regime has
been cvcrurown in Ukraine, opening
up that channel to allied aid.
Reports indicate that the whole boK
shovik movement in Russia is rapidly
waning in power before the confidence
established by the new government.
William Hohenzollem '
Seems To Be Hoarding Food
' Amsterdam, Nov. 21. William Ho
henzollem 's hoarding of potatoes, flour
and coffee has aroused the residents
of Maarn, who were amazed at the vast
stores of articles being transported to
Amerongen castle from special trains.
The Dutch did not know how to take
the former kaiser '1 offer to inspect the
government aviation school at Soestcr
berg. Hohenzollern takes frequent
rides in Count Von entinck's iwwant)
bile. He appears to have abandoned
his own car, which bore the imperial
coat of arms and was inscribed "Gott
Tho Telegraf asks why favors should
be shown the former kaiser. It charges
that he is allowed to use special tele
graph and telephone lines, irom jww
ongen castle to Amsterdam.
Count Von Bcntinck appears anxious
for everybody to understand thnt he
is entertaining Hohcnrollcrn at the re
quest of the Dutch government.
In an attempt at Winston-Salem, N.
C, to capture negro murderer a riot
ocurred in which three persons were
shot to death and many wounded.
JOURNAL WANT ADSPAY
Postmaster General Upholds
hcrease in Phone Rates
Postmaster General Burleson upholds
the increase in telephone rates announc
ed by the pacific Telephone & Tele
graph company as effective November
15, and in a tolcgram received today
by tho public service commission he
requests that tho commission, cooperate
bv accepting tho new schedule of rayjes
as though they had been regularly fil
ed with the commission.
The postmaster general points out
that the compensation for the company
is fixed by a contract made by the
government and the increase in rates
will ndd revenue to the government and
pay tne increased wages of telephone
Iio uoes not pass on the question as
to tho power of the postmaster general
to fix rates for telephone sorvice with
in the state, but his message would in
dicate that ho expects the increased
lates to remain in effect in spite of
the older issued by tho commission de
claring the increases to be of "no force
and effect." - -
never fails to stop falling hair nb oneo
If you want to prove how pretty
and soft your hair really is, niohvtcn a
cloth with a little Danderine and care
fully draw it through your hair taking
one small strand at a tiuia. Your hair
will be soft, glossy and beautiful in .
just a few moment a delightful sur
prise awaits everyone who tries this..
IT your children aro subject to croup,
or if you have reason to fear their be
ing attacked- by that disease, , you.
should procure a bottle cf Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy and study the di
rections for use, so that in case of an
attack you will know exactly what
course to pursue. This is a favorite
and very successful remedy for croup,
and it is important that ytu observe
the directions carefully.
John Y. Wilson was formally nomina- ,
ted Tuesday by President Wilson to be
American ambassador to Great Britain.
The war department announces that
more than $1,000,000 worth of salmon
hns just been purchased for the army.
' WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
"a rlome Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 per Day
100 Rooms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
Tba VtTai-hed type enfins tllat
trated hert, like U inimmml comb 11
Hon mgitm, requires an oil that
holds ita lubricating qualities at cyl
inder heat, burnt clean ia the com
bustion chambers and foes out with
xfaanet. Zerolene fills these require
menta perfectly, becaime if im correcf.
Jfrr nAnmd from eafacted Cajf&miaaa
The Standard Oil for Motor Cars
It Keeps the Engine Young I
Zerolene keeps the engine youngw fuU-powered.imooth-runmne,
and economical ia fuel and oil consumption
because it is correctly refined from selected California
asphalt-base crude. Gives better lubrication with less
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