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THE D AILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1918.
Hygiene, rest, pure air, sunshine
and a well-balanced diet, plus
; r- aTT'
to improve the blood-quality,
increase body-weight and build
up resistance, are important links
in; the logical treatment of in
cipient pulmonary affections.
To a child or adult with a tendency
to weak lungs or tender throat
Scott's brings a wealth of rich
rnnie.nounshment. ' -
A little of Scott' EmaUian
today may do yon . world of
good tomorrow. - f '(
i'Ott. Hnwni- lllnnm" t 1?-1S
TOEMER O. A. 0. INSTEUCTOa
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lis,!Nov. 27. The French war cross, le
eroix do guerre, has 'been awarded to
Lieutenant W. J. Chamberlain, 0, A. C.
graduate and an instructor in forest en
tomology at the college, for his disting
uished service as a birdnian in France
with the 91st aero squadron. He tells
of bringing down a Hun plane in a
letter to A. L. Lovcft, professor of en
tomology at the college.
Discloses Fact That Compe
tent Operators Are Avail-'
able But Not Employed.
That the service being given by the
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph com
pany is "very poor" and "inadu-
quate" and "deplorable" is the find
ing of the public service commission in
an order issued today directing the com
pany to improve its service by employ
ing competent and experienced switch
board operators and taking such other
steps as may be necessary to improve
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6 W 4&H CSCs.
JOARLEY 2H IN. DEVON Z14 IN.
dUETT, PEABODVft CO.. IMC. MAKERS
moralization of service by allowing po
sitions to remain vacant. -
''Our investigation does not disclose
the reason for this apparent failure to
secure the services of these competent
assistants; justification, if there be
any, is known only to the operating of
ficials of the company who have not
seen fit to offer any explanation. There
appears to be no assurance that the ser
vices so offered by these skilled op
erators would be utilized any more
readily after an increase in revenue or
an advance in the wage scale, than ui
tier the conditions heretofore prevail
The commission gives the company
five "davg in which to notifv it of its
acceptance of the order and the fact
that it will comply with its provisions
Wounded Dallas Soldier
" ' May Be Home Soon
(Capital Journal Special Service.) "
Dallas, Or., Nov. 27. Since the an
nouncement by the war department
that the first soldiers to be returned
The commission finds that the com-1 to this country would be the sick and
pany's operators are inadequately paid. wounded who were able to travel hopes
and should be given a wage increase, are entertained mat several oi me vm
hnt that is not considered tn be the on- las boys who have been injured in bat-
ly cause for poor service. tie would arrive here in time for the
"From testimony produced at theliuar festivities. Among the local
hearine. which testimony stands nn.i boys who were wounded and whq were
Folk County Boy Kolled in Battle
Information has been received in this
city that Homer L. McDaniel a son ot
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McDaniel, had been
killed in action with the American
troopg in France ou October 12th. Mc
Daniel was a sergeant in the l8th field
artillery and was assigned to the 41st
division. He was about 38 years of age
and was born and raised in the vicinity
of Rickreall where the family resided
until a few years ago when they moved
to Portland. The young man had many
friends in this city who were shocked
to learn of his death.
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t -it -
Dallas Sailor Beturns Home.
F. H. Morrison of thig'city who ro
challenged," says the commission's or
dcr, " it appears that ntfmbers of com
petent and experienced switchboard op-
last known to be in hospitals in France
are Liard Woods, .Paul Praast, Irving
Baldaree and Robert Muscott. The last
erators, formerly in the employ of ,his!worls reccived-from these boys were to
company, fully trained in the own"""
of tho particular equipment used by it.
and who happen to be members of Tel
ephone Operators Union havo rocenuy
applied for positions and have been ad
vised that they would be called in caso
they wore needed. .
Have not Been Called.
.'.'The trained operators . have not
teen called nor employed even during
the "past months of public clamor for
better servico, although the company
was continuously and extensively ad
vertising for operators, requesting the
public to limit its use of the service to
essential conversation, using many in
experienced girl on responsible posi
tions on the boards, and at the samo
time contributing further to the de-
confined to the hospital they were well
on the road to recovery and were ablo
to be about.
Dallas Pastor Leaves for France.
Rev. W. S. Plowman of this city, who
for the past few years hag been minis
ter at tho United Evangelical church,
left Monday for New York city where
he will take special training in Y. M.
C. A. work for several weeks after
which he will be sent to France. Rev.
Plowman is the fourth minister from
Dallas to enter war service work since
tho war began and is the sixth Dallas
citizen to enter that service. A f aro
woll was given the pastor by the Dal
las people before his leaving for the
Umber Up With Penetrating
Hamlin' Wizard Oil
A harmless and effective prepara
tion to relieve the pains of Rheuma
tism, Sciatica, Lame Back and Lum
bago is Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It pen
etrates quickly, drives out soreness,
and limbers up stiff aching joints and
You have no idea how useful it
will be found in cases of every day
ailment or mishap, when there is
need of an immediate healing, anti
septic application, as in cases of
sprains, bruvsas, cuts, burns, bites
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
la,, anift ruflftaflfcli sisll
HE WORLD IS AGAIN AT PEACE--..
While the United States as well as every nation in Europe faces peace problems as serious as were the
problems of war, we of this country are particularly fortunate in that any food crisis which may havd
threatened us islike the war- a thing of
True we must hnsbacd our food resources, for we still have a great humanitarian service to ren
der all of Europe-We must help to supply her peoples with food.
One of the blessings which has come to us with
the declaration of Peace is the permission grant
ed our people by the U. S. Food Administration
to return to an all-wheat flour basis in their .
baking and cooking
It is no longer necessary to use wheat substi
tutes Some will doubtless continue to do so
because they learned to--like them; the great
majority of American people however greet the "
return of all-wheat bread, cake'and pastry to the ,
daily table with as much joy as they would the
return of a friend long absent - .
No other food can take the place in the American
home of bread made from flour, produced by the :
scientific grinding of choicest wheat berries.
When the Fisher Flouring Mills Company began
the manufacture in "America's Finest Flouring
Mills" six years ago of Fisher's Blend Flour it
annouonced Fisher's Blend a product superior
to other flours. Housewives so found it, hence
its extreme popularity on the Pacific Coast.
This superiority has always been maintained;
even during the trying war period. .
It has always been made of choicest Eastern
Hard Wheat and choicest Washington and Ore
gon Bluestem. In pre-war times housewives
found that it was real economy to pay more for
Fisher's Blend Flour than for flours made of
Washington and Oregon wheats. It is greater
economy today than ever before to buy Fisher's
Blend because the government having advanc
ed the price of Washington and Oregon wheats,
manufacturers of Washington and Oregon
Wheat flours increased their prices until there
is little if any difference between the pride of
Washington and Oregon wheat flours and Fish
Remarkable reductions in-
Coats, Suits, DresseSfFurSj
Waists, and Millinery
For particulars, watch our ads and see window
Old White Corner Building
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
eonly enlisted in the merchant marine
and who left Portland soveral weeks
ago on the Anoka, a wooden ship built
in the yards in that city returned to
his Dallas home the latter part of tho
week from San Francisco having de
cided to quit the service ; Mr. Morn
son signed up as a quartermaster, bul
after being assignod t0 a ship found
that he was placed in another position
for which he was not fitttd. Mr. Mor
rison when a young man served sev
eral years in Uncle Bain's navy and aft'
cr the war with Germany was declared
again offered his services to the coun
try in spite of his ago which is some
thing like 05 years.
President Jordan Says
Wilson Great Leader
Palo Alto, Cal., Nov. 27.--" Nothing
which President Wilson has said could
have becu said better. No man in, au
thority in the world today hag had such
clear vision of the existing situation."
In those words David titarr Jordan,
president omeritus of'Leland Stanford
Univorsity, was on record today square
ly behind the president in his war rec
ord, and peace program. . -'
Addressing the students of Stanford,
Jordan spoke on "How Nationalism
will fit into the Future." '
A. u. jrowrmn., iuwgr ox im, v;l-,a forwftrd moVonient for a council of
forma Packing corporation plant in.: nati ho ,Tll0re mugt
tins city, returned from, a M.sii.esS trip , Sf itttioih lt wf, mcM .
ro roruana ana Vancouver, """"'"B-fc(iCTation which will take off the
ion ounuay evoiung. . r(mh ,. of nation-ftl ,. lt will do
No man or woman' who eats Wilt to
gularly can make a mistnko by flush
ing the kidneys occasionally, say. a
Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Nun oil Man- away witu conquest and recognize the woll-known authority. Meat forms uriu
HEAVY MEAT EATERS
HAVE SLOW KIDNEYS
Eat Less Meat If You Feel
Backachy Or Have Blad
der Trouble Take Glass
aanity Beach are the proud parents of
a baby girl according to word received
at the home of the grandparents, Mr.
nd Mrs. J. B. Nun of this city,
G. 0. Grant hag roturuod from Fort
laud where ho has been working for
tho past year in the shipyards of the
Hon. I. L. Patterson of Eola, senator
elect from Polk county, wag a Dallas
business visitor Monday.
Charles Munson of Albany transacted
business in Dallas this week,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Phillips of Pasa
dena, California, are guests ut the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Phillips. They
inado tho trip by automobile.
Mrs. Win. llimes is in Portland call
ed by tho serioug illness of her son,
Mr. Hoover Says We Must Continue To Economize
Using Fisher's Blend Flour Is Real Economy
"America's Finest Flouring Mijls"
FISHER FLOURING MILLS CO.
SEATTLE, U. S. A. . .
Man Still Lives
People who suffer from sour stomach,
fermentation of food, distress after eat
ing and indigestion, and seek relief
in largo chunks of artificial digestorg,
are killing their stomachs by inaction
just as surely as the victim of morphine
is deadening and injuring beyond re
pair every nerve in his body.
What the stomach of every sufferer
from indigestion needs is a good pre
scription that will build up his stom
ach, put strength, energy and elastici
ty into it, and make it sturdy enough
to digest a hearty meal without arti
The best prescription f.ir indigestion
ever written is sold by druggists every
where and by Dan'l J. Vry and is rig
idly guaranteed to build up the stom
ach and cure indigestion or money
This prescription is nama.1 Mi-o-na,
and is sold in small tablet form in
large boxes, for only a few cents, he
member the name, Mi-o-na stomach
tablets. They nevcf fail.
"The Sip Invisible''
At Liberty Theatre
Manager Bligh of tho Liberty thea
tre promises his patrons a feature of
unusual excellence when "The Sign In
visible" openg at his house tomorrow.
He says it is a picture with a punch
and a moral but that the latter doesn't
strike one until .the play is over, so
dominant is the power of the plot. Tho
story tells what happened to an em
bittered young surgeon who visits a
far Canadian trading post to forget his
troubles and perhaps avoid a drunk
ard's grave. His former religious faith
has been shattered hy tho Almighty's
fuilurc to spare the livcg of several of
his surgical patients and especially by
the death of his mother.
Bv the time le reaches the trading
station presided over by Lou Bnribeau
he is ready for any sort of devilment.
There he i first sheltered by the elcr
rvnian's daughter, but later cast out
of her father's home because of his
athicstic utterances. Finding himself
rights of nationalists. Backward peo
pleg unit bo placed under the control of
a commission. The open door to trade
must come. I don't beliovo in protec
tive tariff." . .
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a Heap of Happiness It Would
Bring to Salem Homes
Hard to do housework with an ch
Brings you hours of misery at lei
sure or at work.
If women only knew tho cause
Backache pains often come from
Twould save much needless woe.
Pouu ' Kidney l'iil8 aro for weak
Read what a Salem citizen says:
' Mrs. G. H. Deacon, 1498 Mission St.,
says: "It has been & long time since
I havo taken Doan's Kidney Pill's,
but, speaking from past experience, 1
can gay they are a medicine of merit.
I had a dull pain across my kidneys
and at times it was very severe. After
I had taken Doan's Kiilncy Pills a few
days, pthntrydisugrcdnble ache disap
peared.' My back and kidneys have
raiised mo but very little trouble
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
meiuply auk for a kidney remedy get
Dodn 's Kidney Pilols the same that
Mrs. Deacon had. FoBter-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N: Y.
Tho diet during and aftor influenza.
Horlick'g Malted Milk, nourishing, di
gestible. refused by the righteous, ho turns kgnin
to the wicked and in one Monoluin,
"the toughest river boss that ever hit
teh north," meets a mentor in iniquity
second only to the vicious factor him
His advent at the post saloon and
hotel is marked by his insult to and
thrashing by Lone Deed, a mighty hun
ter much beloved bv tho community.
Once in the society of the lawless cle
ment the young man is involved in a
scries of hnppenings both thrilling and
pathetic. The author. Anthony P. Kcl-
lq, has drawn on tho folk lore of tho
French Canadians lor some very eiroe
tive lccndary bits which add greatly
to the charm of tho picture which was
photographed on the shores of beauti
ful Luke, George in upper Now York
It is said to bo so full of incident
that its length six reels is hardly
realized. The First National Exhibit
ors' Circuit announce it as one of their
best purchases. g
ASQTJTTH ENDORSES LEAGUE.
London, Nov. 27. The election mani
festo of Herbert Asquith, leader of the
opposition, endorses the league of na
tions, favors home rule for Ireland and
opposes tampering with free trade.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
acid which excites the kidneys, they
uocomo overworked from the strain, get
sluggish and fail to fillor the waste
and poisons from the blood, then wo
gut sick. Nearly all rheumatism, head
aches, liver troublo, nervousness, dizzi-
noss. sleepleasnoss and urinary disor
der come from sluggish kidneys.
i lio moment you ice I a. dull ache in
the kidneys, or your back hurts or if
the urine is cloudy, of l'onsive, full of
sediment, irregular oi passage or at
tended by a suusuliou of scalding, stop
eating meat and get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; tuko
a tablespoonful in a glass of water bo
fore breakfast and in a few days your
kidneys will act fiue. This famous salts
is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia, and
hag been used for generations to flusli
und stimulate the kidneys, also to
neutralize tho acids in urine so it no
longer caiiHes irritation, thug ending
blaildef woakness. ; : - .
Jad Salts ig inexpensive and cannot
injure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-wnter , drink which ,; everyone
al.n..M n trt imnt ftn.l limn- t r liann tt.a
kidneys clean and active. and tho blood
pure, thiycby avoiding serioug kidney'
complications. ' . . "
EXTRA T AKE ABOLISHED.
Washington, Nov, 27. The extra
half cent a milo charged for passago in
sleeping carg today wng abolished by
the railroad administration. The on!ur
id effective December 1.
This restores the flat three cent rate
fur standard mui tourist conch tavcl.
This reduction will cut off $37,000,-
00ft annually from 'railroad revenues.
Tho estato of John C. Miller has been
closed and tho administrator discharge
eil and relieved of further duty. The
only beirg are tho father and mother.
"OH, IF I COULD
BEAK THE COLD!"
Almost as Boon as'saii w!tH
Get a bottle today!
The rapidity with which this fifty
year-oH family remedy relieves coughej
. colds end mild bronchial attacks ia
what has kept Jti popularity on tho
Increase year by year.
This standard reliever of colds and
coughing spells never loses friends, lt
docs quickly and pleasantly what it is
recommer. Jed to do. One trial puts it
in your m:dicice cabinet as absolutely
indispensable. 60c and $1.20.
Bowels Usually Clogged? v
Regulate them with safe, sure, com
fortable Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Correct that biliousness, headache,
sour stomach, tongue coat, by elimin
ating the bowel-clogginess, 25c,