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JHE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM; pRBGONRjDAY
TO TREAT IT AND TO AVOID IT
PAVED MI SPRING
Simply the Old Fashioned Grip Mas
querading Under a New
Spanish influenza, which appeared in
Spain in May, has all the appearance
ot. grip or la grippe, whisa has swept
over the world in numerous epidemics
u far baek as history runs. Hippo-
GIULOA Ulna tu " up.uiut.u
C, which is regarded by many to have
been influenza. Every century has had
its attacks. (Beginning with- 1831,- this
eountrv has had five epidemics, . the
last in" 1889-90. -
TTiftrn ia nn occasion for nanic in
fluenza ox'i grip has a veiy low per
centage of fatalities tt over one
death out of every four hundred clases,
according to the N. C. Board of Health
The chief danger lies in complications
arising, attacking principally patients
in a run down., condition those who
don't go to bed soon enough, or those
whs get up too early.
' - -THE TREATMENT
lo to -bed -at tl first symptoms,
not only for your own siike but to
avoid spreading the disease to others
L-a a niii-nfativA. put nlpnt.V of HOUrish-
"U f.fe 1" ,. "
inz food, remain perfectly quiet and
oon t worry, iNaiure ucrseij. in mo vu.
ly "cure" for influenza and will throw
tin attnfk .if onlv vcu conserve
your strength. A little Quinine, Aspir
" in or Dover 's Powder may be givou by
41ia TilivniiMnn 'j flirfifitinns tO'allaV the
aching. Always call a physician, since
the cnier danger or grip is u in
offant nn it.hn ClVfltftm. which (U
lnnTB nxrlii.ntinna tn nflvplnn. ThCSO
are chiefly pnoumonia and bronchitis,
aometimes inflammation of the middle
S, or heart affections. J! or tnose rea
.,. if in vArv imuortanl that the
patient remain in bed until his strength
returns stay in bed at least two days
-Cl n..A nna luff vOll.
r .more ui-iur to
or if vou are over 50 or not strong,
stav in beil four davs or more, accord
ing to the severity of the attack.
HOW . TO AVOID THE DISEASE
Evidence 4eems to prove that this is
a eerm -disease, spread principally oy
human contact, chiefly through eough-
iniY anMevincr nP snitt.inO. Srt ftVOlil DOr-
...s, o..vv-...B -r r- r-
sons having colds which uicans avoid
ing crowds comuioi drinking cups,
roller towels, etc. Keep up . your
hmtiW atrenirth bv nlentv of exercise
m We open air, ana gooa iouu. .-
KEEP FEEE FROM COLDS
&Wa hit nvmil- rnlilo na eolds irri
tat e the lining of the air passages and
rn(W -hpm much better breeding
places for the germs. Use Vick ' Vapo-
Kub at the very tirst sign or a
For a head-cola, melt a uuie vapq
Kuh in a spoon and inhale the vapors,
or better still, use Vapo-Kub in a ben
zoin steam kettle. If this is not avail
able, use an ordinary tea, kettle, xm
half full of boiling water put in halt
a teaspoon -of Vapo-Kub from time to
time keep the kettle just slowly boil
ing and inhale the steam arising. .
NOTE Vick 's Vapo-Kub is the dis
covery .of a North Carolina druggist,
...v,. n.n4 nnw tn enmbine. in salve
form. Menthol and Camphor with such
volatile . oils las fiucaiyptus, myuic,
Cubebs, etc., so that when the salve is
annlied to the body heat, fnese ingre
dients are liberated in the form of va
pors. VapoJtub can bo had in tnree
sizes at all druggists. While compara
tively new in certain parts 01 the north
it is the standard nome remcuy m
south and west for all foims of cold
troubles over Bix million jars were
sold last year. Vapo-Kub is particular
ly recommended for children 's croup
or colds, as it is externally applied
and can, therefore, be use! freely and
often without the slightest harmful
Columbia Contract Company
ar w mm
Will Begin Hauling Mater
ial In January.
54,462 CASES ACTED
ON BY COMMISSION
State Industrial ' Accident
. Commission Busy During
1 Last Five Months.
During the period from July 1, 1914,
to Novomber 30, 1918, tho state indus
trial accident commission disposed of
64,462 casca under the workmen's com
ptasation law, with but 22 appeals by
wnrtmnn from the decisions of the com
mission ,an average of one appeal in
2'ti'o cases deeiaea.
Of the total number of appeals, 19
have been decided by the courts. In
13 cases the question involved was the
-;!.( nf thn claimant to retelve any
a courts sustained tht
commission in five cases, found for the
-workmen in five cases, wniie tureo cua
r.t RA of TKat v
nn that weakening;, persistent cough
?iop..at i;;oti.'n throat or lung
affections, witn ckman AHerattve,
SSScM use. ?SX d "W bottlea
. Tho Salem- Aurora section of the
Pacific highway will be paved just as
early next sPng as weather conditions
This announcement was made today
hv th dtate hiffhwav department. 0
A rtimn rtnnftti-iifttinff pnffiueer for the
department, stated that the Columbia
contract company, wmcn 11a 3 a tun
tract for furnishing 50,000 yards of ma
fariol for thn navinor iob. will begin
hauling the material in January. The
paving plant also will do set up aur
inn Hw wintpr nn evervthina will be
in readiness to begin paving just as
soon as the' paving season, opens.
The project is a post .road project
ml flm rnvprnment and State will
ject was approved by the government
several months ago, but was delayed
in nuniint tt v&r conditions..
! ti.o Snlnm-.lflfferson road Ms not
been graded by the county, no paving
will be done on it by the state next
year, it was stated. In fact the coun
ty has not made any application to
the highway department for f aving on
!apt Lewis Of Silverton
Recovering rrom Wound
Tn tnflnv'n nanaltv report the name
of Capt. Floyd B. Lewis appears as
-nl,. -irnunilnrl anil his next of kin
i8 given as Mrs. Abner Lewis, 1525
ti t.ow!o wpiit int the service
from' Silverton and was with the 91st
division at tho time he Tvias wountiea,
his injury consisting of a shrapnel
wound in the tnign on anov. o wuno
the service in Belgium.
IT a ta.kpTi nt. nnC.e 13 IUB
ncvo " - -
v,aa ,Wiani,tl in London and a let
ter written Nov.-12 giveg the cheering
news that ho was genung uiuug u'tv
i .ml wnlkirnr around on crutches.
Dr. '.Lewis servea in iub iu.aiiuD
pital at San dfrancisco during the Pan-t
ma-l'acilic exposition, ana v
Hnino ivhvsician at Silverton at the
timo he went into the service.
To show tho tame required to get ln
f...t;n. trnm thn front in Beleium
in 'France it may be noted that Dr.
tiewis was wounded JNov. i na mat
his parents did not receive a telegram
from the war department until Nov.
SYRUP OF FIGS
If Feverish, Bilious, Cosstipa
ted,(iive rruit Laxative
M t t M l it
TVin't urnlil -canr fretful.' tteevish
ehildVSee if tongue is coated; this is a
sure sign ts nttie stomacn, liver anu
bowels are clogged with soui waste.
When listless, pale, reverisn, iuii 01
th had. thriikt ore. doesn't
eat, sleep or act naturally, has stom
ach ache, indigestion aiarrnoea, give a
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
v;ct " oml in . few hours all the foul
wa.ste, the sour bile and tcrmenting
food passes out of the bowels and you
have a wen ana piayiui cniiu ngmu,
Children love this harmless "fruit lax
iMiia " and mothers can rest easy af
;in it n.p(anaa it. never fails to
make their little "insides" clean and
Keep it handy, mother! A little giv
en today saves a sick child tomorrow,
K..t nt tho rrnnninn Ask vour drusreist
Jul ftjv . ' ' t V 1
. ... - itn-t:n !- CJ nf
for a Dottie.or --auioruia ojiup '
ti ha. dlrntinnn for babies.
chidlrcn of all agc8 and for grown-H
lips plainly on tne Douie. nemarai
tArfnits old here, so
uviv V '
surely look and see that yours is mado.
by the " California rig oyrup
pany." Hand back wun contempt u;
other fig syrup.
The Big Unloading Sale ends when the Store Closes at 8 p. m. Saturday night.
More and Greater Bargains Offered in Ccats, Suits, Dresses, etc. No evening
shopping this year during the Holidays the usual Store hours being observed
30, and the published, account did not
appear until jjoc, xo. ,
Stop Stomach Distress
Aid digestion; relievo gas, heartburn,
bloating and that awful distress that
follows after eating. . Help to make
good red. blood and build up the nerv
ous system. Neutralize stomach acid
ity. There is no better meaicine nmuo
for stomach troubles than Stumeze Tab
lets. At all Drug Stores 25 cents..
$45 and $47.50 Values
$60 to $65 Values
$45 to $50 Values
$55 to $60 Values
$42.50 to $45 Values
i i The Remnant Store
I 254 N. Commercial bt. - " r,
t . Headauarters For Santa Claus
' Salem's Greatest Xmas Store, Dolls, Toys, Games,
: Toilet Sets, at the Lowest Prices. Don't forget it is
Tne Kemnant otore uiai neai-a x&"
XMAS BARGAINS-READ THEM
n. wora anfUrl nufc nil court.
The six ca&eB decided by the courts
dezreo of do
V1IIUIIM.I.U V. ijwvm.... ; J
nendencv ot parents in a laiai m
1 . -i. j;: t ianhilliV
wnoiiier iiiw khiiuiwuu v v
claimed by workmen resulted from an
nccidont. Of this group, tne couru bud
turned tho commission in two cases, mo
dified tho decision of the commission
iu one case, found for the worKmen in
one instance, and two cases were set
tled" out of, court.
In the total of 19 cases decided by
thoouits, five were' hernia cases, two
i.mn won hv tho commission, one by
the claimant, and two were settlea.
For Saturday Only
Of Fancy Serving Trays
Value to $2.50 .
75c To ,89c -Dolls
Choice on Saturday
Do Your Xmas Shopping At The Remnant Store
Set of Furniture
Ask for thisit is swell
For a Real Bargain Go To The Remnant Store
For Saturday only
Your choice of any
Ladies' $5 Silk Waist
$1.25 to $1.69
Dolls with hair
Don't Forget Yoa Can Do Better At The Remnant Store
Or, 3 for.
. $5.50, $6.50 and $7.50
THE REMNANT STO
254 N. Commercial St' A. D. Thompson, Prop. 1
, 3rM?n lM LULnirt First grade .
IS MORE DEADLY
Tlln nrmalU ilCf 1-ftVH IXPR nf Sl)anish 111-
fluenxa in this country aie perhaps
best realized oy tne sTuifna-ui, hud
" i . . i 1
v ninitii thnt. mnrfl nfiains nave ruauii,
than a month from
this disease than through out whole
eighteen .months participonon in tne
ihottlM it thn Knronean vrur.
"Our greatest daijger now, declare
authorities, 18 tne great American teu
Linnnv tn inrapt naailv end to believe
Ithe peril is over. Competent authori
ties i. mm tnn cnmmff ni com weaiuer
is very apt to ,Dring a return or im
itiaoaian unit ithorn finouia D0 no lei uu
l..iM.ivli.iit Va wintpr -ninntha of the
following easily observed iTecau.tJ0H8
remembering that influenza is far eas
ier to prevent than cure. '
influenza is a crowu inm-ane.
crowds as much as possible. Influenza
a xrhen ienorant and care
less persons sneeze or coagh without
iiBing a handkerchief. Cover up eah
cough or sneeze, do not pn ou
floor, sidewalk, in street cars or pub-
,irfnViii mm. n,l rnller tiowels in
puhlie places. Breathe some reliable
germicidal and antiseptic air 10 ue
stroy the germg that do find lodgement
in your nose and throat.
. safer precaution
against influenza could be employed in
this mannor than to get frtm the near
est drug istore a complete Hyomei out-
fit consisting or a Dome 01 xuc pure
il a little vest socket
hard rubber inhaling device, into which
. . ... . . a r
a yew drops or tne on are poureu. iuu
should carry this inhaler about with
you dpring the day and each half houf
or so put it in your montn ana uraw
deep breatng or its pure, ntuiing gi-rui
killing air into the passages of your
nose, throat and lungs. .
By destroying germs before they M-
tuolltf Motrin iwnrk In VOUf hlood. VOn
may make yourseu practicoiiy immune
ill thou n(ri7oHtinn about Biianish
influenza are equally true in the pre
vention of eolds, eatarrh of nose and
throat, bronchitis and even pneumonia.
Ion't become care'.css. Do your part.
Keep the germ away; You may save
yourself a' serious illness and the loss
of several week., work. Dan'l J. IVy.
Girls Outnumber Boys In
Salem PuMic schools
Although tho Salem schools opened
September 30, the firat monthly report
of Superintendent Todd is dated wit
n. in r.t or-linnl Nov. 22. tho dulny
Wng due of course to, the fact that
the schools woro closed rour wuuks uu
account of the influenza.
The average number of pupils in at
tendance for this first month of Bchool
was 2325, the total registration Doing
OIKU TnVinir the schools SB a wjiolt
there are 158 more girls in attendance
than boys. - ' '
In only ono or tne tweivo giauen ui
-.n,.a o-n tho bnva in the majority
The followingtable shows the attend
ance in each gratto ror tne scuooi mumu
ending Nov. 22, lMiif:
Trimmed Hats, this season's
models. Eegulur values $5.00
to $7.00. Unloading Sale price
$5.00 and $5.50 riaid and
Stripped Skirts. Unloading
$5.00 and $5.50
Sale . Price
$2.00 bnd $2.50
Trench Caps, as
$10.00 Taffeta and Satin taf
fota Skirts. Unloading Salfl
$,00 Heathorbloom , etti;
coats. Unloading Sale Price
Woman's Long Covert Cloth
Coats. Tans only.
$5.00 Silk Potticoats, all col
lors and sizes. Unloading Suk
Old White Corner Building
-Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
Third grade ...
Fourth grade .
Sixth grado ...
Ninth erade - 124
Tenth grade (H.S.) -89
11th grade '(H. ti.) do
inh rvpmln pniors : 31
The per cent of attendance for the
first month of school this year was 94
and visits by parents te au scnoois num
ber 174. ,
Woman Can't Find Words
To Express Herself
"After six years of suffering froun
stomach trouble I am feeling fino. All
the bloating and soreness is gone from
mv stomach and Dowels, l can eat m
- -r ti P ...... ..nXa
his name in connection with Theodore
Lowe, who ran the National Courier,
weekly, partly supported by Berustorff
Senator Wolcott inquired of Captain
Leuter and Major E. Lowry Humes, in
charge of tho evidenco of propaganda
w.hptliiti thiv hnit flxaminnt! the Na
tional Courier to determino whother it
mv stomacn na ooweis. i ta ev " lr
I like now. I can't think of any words ,wa a pro-Gorman. Humes' responded
.. T, i u.d.'. Wnn-lthat ho found somo pro-tterman mat-
.ii;tnhlA flnmich to nraise MaVr's Won
derful Kcmeiiy. i am sure it nus savuu
mv llfn. Tt ift ft Hi mule, harmless prep
aration thnt removes the catarrhal mu
cus from the intestinal tract and al
lays the inflammation vtuch causes
iotinnlW oil stomach, livei and in
testinal ailments, including appendici
tis. Ono doce will convince or mum;y
refunded. J. C. Perry,
Few Features Of Interest
In Today Stock Market
New York, Dec. 13. Tho Now York
Evening Sun financial review today
Trading n today ' stock market pro
sented but few features of interest
Prices in the industrial and railroad
list alike ebbed and flowed idly, with
1 nunctuation of strength
and weakness here and there until late
Washington, Dec. 13. "Tho Amer
ican Bcctor," said General l'ershjng's
.m,.;.,n iiutiwl Dnccmbfr 12. 'has
ffiecn shortened and how extends along
the west bank of tne Knine irom no-
landxeck to Brcy.", ' -Tkn
lwmnhni. 11 commumuue noted
occupation of Coblonz find said the
troops at nignt wcik u'"t,
bank, of the Rhine from Holandzeek,
Bomn, to Trecht, in Shauzcn.
that ho found somo pro-German mat
ter, ntid citod an cuitonal on tne sihk
ing of tho Sussex. Senator King read
it into tno record, it anvisea Ameri
cans to stay off ships suojectod to sub
marine attack or sinking by mines.
'.'I nhould call that DroQer.man,"
Senator Nelson said.
Onrtho said he wrote the editorial.
"You wrote n editorial praising the
exploit of Itho Oierman submjarine
Deutschlnnd, didn't youl" asked Les
"Yes," said Gnrthc, "just as hund
rniln nf ntlmr newsnnners nraised"
senator iloKe ismnn, ueorgia, muuo
a ointi.meni tn the committee concern
ing the use of his name in connection
with an arms embargo ina a document
submitted by A. Bruco Biolaskl last
thn embareo move
ment or conference any support either
lirect or indirect ana wnen ocnaior
WORK WORKERS RESIGN
Washington, Dec. 13. B. M. Baruch,
chairiman of the war inciusirieg ou
INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH
OR MONtY REFUNDED ASK ANY DRUCCIST
Investigation into tho death of Fraatt
Pedro, weallhy Umntilln counly sheep-
in, discloses tho fact that ho delib
erately committed suicide with squir
rel poison. '
Thousands of families brew it at home
and keep well
ftii.V lipniWho. nervousness sallow
.l-ln mill drowsiness aro nearly always
caused by constipation and can easily
bo conquered fty tno use 01 nr. wnm a
K. and B. Tea.
Brew it at home the same as you
would the regular mealtime-tea and
drink a, cupful just before you go to
A small package will last a long
time and any druggist will tell you
d,ot lia hum hnnn mdlinir it for vears
direct or indirect onu wni-u dim , - - - .
Hitchcock's amendment for an embar- and that many people swear by it.
:i in ciiainrwttu ui i" ........... . 'i,...
'1 mtci , ,Mi(fno nn nf the 'tificatioii
. ei m nfinn (ha rtpU n a hrnfid """"J ,, , . ., . I
IU T.I1H HILIifllUUU TT ii1,u t,iu " " " i : i i ?i r nn fitl(in II 1H1 ri IJll LlUll
noii tnnterlnllv. The rails were irrez- ,....
go was up, I voted to lay it on the ta- Drink it for inactive liver and clogged
ble," said Smith. Smith declared the up bowclB. You'llliko it.
action, it is fino for children and nearly
all of thflm like it. ;
uu;, mtiA ii.iiii. u....... "
vim of his nnmo was wholly unwar
ranted nnd williout wie sugnieiM. jub-
cnea marqriaiiy. '"'ii Oharlcg Brand, cnairman; vyuuum
nlar and for the most part ,f?lccte1-ciyton. .1. Temple Kwattney and Ed
TJnion Pacific was strong whilo Mis- wftf , Hinmafi.
souri Pacific preferred ana isoruiern
Pacific were wcaK. iincru wero bi.uj
The entire list, in turth displayed con
, , tuinmMMnttiiitnttt"f"'"'
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT CO.
"AlWATI AT Y8UI SllVIJr.
Help of nil kind Furnished Free
wtmsu.vaaa. wo tiu ni
i r. (mm, twr.
sistcnt resistance to such pressure as
there was eierted. ;
Snecial Telenhone Line
In rrom crest lo loolenz
Brest, Dee. " 13. President Wilson
will be able to talk with American
headquarters in Coblcns, if lie desires
The signal eorps last night completed
installation of . special telephone line
from Brest to Coblent It is nearly
1000 miles long tho longest single cir
cuit in Europe.
Tt nn hv war oi v.naumoni ana irr-
ves. In the first conversations over
this wire, Captain Lawrence, chief
nffifpr tnlkpd with ODerator Hci
man of New York, stationed in Ooblenz.
It tlin fnn Oiminn of the test Hclman
asked the captain to "give my regards
to Broadway." t
t Vnu.F Tilnnck. at. Brest talked
with headquarters of, the Tird army at
Coblcn. ' .
Th. T.t rirmit is nsrt nf the Amen
can system which now totals more than
9isniin kilometer V133J15 miles.). It
Berlin, Dec. 13. The Aclituhrabend
blatit says tho entente has demanded
surrender of 4300 German troops in
'Continued from page yne)
and feet of boys cut off by Coesacks."
Never av Airocuy
T ont fmm Vox hia original norts.
written in lead pencil, which formed
no haaia nf the artic'ie."' said Lester.
"He told me he never saw an atrocity
said in his opinion tne inms ne wroic
..Kn..t navar knTincnpd. lie WAS told bf
an official of the German government
he sadd, to write tne article 10 cuunier
act information being spread through
the American press aocui uernwi
A.nA.it,n i n KM rri urn.
Hit'" r.iD " ' ,
HVnr mn. In IlnSR tflUCh With tho
German chancellor. Foreign Minister
Zimmermaii and other German
cials. He had the utmost Ireedora and
was accorded privileges not given oth
er correspondents. He could go wher
ever he wished on the fronts in Ger
many." Garthe Made, Statement
TiU flnrthp. Washington correspond
imeiere lloolil nim:a.i. n ' , : . .
T. r. . -t n tnA Unit m. ire American, made
includes a tiireet wire irora nmnnn - -
neadquarter, at Chaumont, t London. atatement regarding the mention of
Your grocer win reiuna
iKe full price you paid
for HJ-B (MK if it does
not please your taste, no
matter how much you
have used out of the can
jsk your grocer