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THE DATT.Y CAPTTAt jmwM SAfrv opfVW TUESDAY. DEOEMRKT? 17 1918.
No Luck for Him
at mm m. 7
This child won't play or smile. He is real sick.
His tongue is white, breath feverish, stomach sour.
He fears he is in for a dose of awful castor oil, cal
omel or pills. How he hates them. 1 He would
rather remain sick. No! He won't tell mother! "
If his mother would only learn the value of candy
"Cascarets." How children love this- candy
cathartic how surely it acts on liver and bowels.
Committees Are Now Assign
ed And Vassals Commanded .
To Report For Duty.
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State House Notes
Secretary of State Olcot ' today re
ceived a letter from Bon Ludlow of
H'altU', invral'KNU'r f,r the Paeifio
Coast Automobile I'uderwriters confer
"ico, linforniiiij; him that the attorney
fr tlm Vnilpiwriti'rs t'red Clark, will
H"on pall at his office to rc over tho
. tern and roeords rottardiug tho teg
i 'trntion and licunaing of iiiotor volii-
"Those in'er'Ste, in this a'ato,"
The Old Reliable
Very Nutritious, Digestible
The REAL Food-Drink, Instantly prepared.
Made by the ORIGINAL Horllck process aod
from carefully selected materials.
Used successfully over xa century.
Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
ndiet E!0rlid(fS TheOri
Thus Avoiding teliafes
says Ludlow, "desiro, if possible, to
m nave inaiauou inrougn on act of tho
next legislature practically tho same
system you have, as wo ar c' the opin-
..... ...... JU.
have so far noon."
ion that your system is tho best wo
11. . ftoHKe, who was formerly em
ployed by tho Oregon indutlrial acoi
dont commission as hief dtahistician
and more rodent ly has been aafety en
(fineer for the Tacoma distiict of the
National .Safety commiiotion, has bcou
given tho position of statistician for
tho UuiU-d States Employe compensa
tion eoiiuiiisttion at Wiu-liinnloii, I). C,
Recording to word rereived from him
by members of the Oregon commission.
During the nine months that ho was
employed an safety engineer in tho Ta
coma district Industrial accidents were
decreased 43 per cent. This work is
bom j paid for by tho employers, who
see a financial benefit to them in the
prevention of accidents. Krnployers in
Washington, in all tho larger conters,
aro now paying 10 cents per month for
each employe to enrry on tho work of
Uio mxtoty commission,
A conference was held here yester
day between J. A. Churchill, suporin-
jtendont of public instruction, llavid
'lnnno and E. J. Stack of Portland,
memberg of the state board on voca
tional education, and Ben W. Johnson
of Han Francisco and l. H. Caris of
Washington, D. C. representatives of
the federal board on vocational educa
tion. The subject of the conference is
tho Smith-Hughes act, which provides
for the government cooperating with
the states in advancing vocational ed
ucation. 1'lans aro being discussed for
putting tho act in operation an this
state to the fullest extent.
Articles of incorporation were filed
yesterday by two companies as fol
lows: Tho Cedar Valley Lumber company,
Forest Orove; capital rtnek $10,000;
incorporators, W. H. Frost, Mary J.
Frost and H. S. Wildorniuth.
hotes Oarags aompany, Bend;
capital stock XiOOOj incorporators, P.
r. B'aulien, U. J. Dugan and B. IS.
Baders Brothers com;nv of Ontar
io inoreased its capital stock from $25,
000 to 40,000. ,
Ohsrle Burnham. a convict emidoy-
ed is hauling tile to one of the state
institutions, was injured yesterday
morning when ho fell off the motor
truck and a wheel ran over his leg.
He was taken to the WiUsmotte sana
torium, where an examine tion revealed
that no bones were brotan but the
man's leg was b?fliy bruied.
Court House News
In the caso of Charles Maxwell vs :
Marshall I Waring, the court over i
ruled the defendant 's demurrer and '
gavo him ten days to file an answer to i
A. B. Sicgmund has filed suit against 1
G. A. Johnson and wifo on a note dat
ed Not. 27, 1917, for $125', originally
given to E. F. Younger. The complaint
alleges there is due $1337.50 on the 1
note and asks full payment besides
$123 attorney's fees.
Judge George O. Bingham is in Al
bany this week holding court.
Kmistina Boehmke, as executrix of
the estato of Theodore Boehmke, made
her final report which was approved by
tho court and the executrix relunsed
A Tonic and
lRmor that warning rotish or cold
with Cxlerba (the caloium tablet).
They (rive strength to combat illness.
6'V noxes at uroRetats or from
EOKMAN lARrV'THKT, Philadelphia
Manufacturer! oX Ltu-i's Alterative.
Every Cherrian is ordered to not oulv
attend the annual banquet to be giv
en at tue Manou hotel Tuesday eve
ning, Jan. 7, but he has alsobeen ap
pointed on some committee, and with
tsc feeling that this will be a grout
year for the 1,'herrians, each member is
expected to stand to and do his duty.
King Bing P. E. Fuilerton and Chan
cellor of the Bolls W. I. Staley have
notified each Cherrian that as member
of a committee for the great doings
and banquet Jan. 7, he will b expected
to respond to the call to at least assume
soiuo part, whether it be large or small.
Tho call to arms, and alsn tn tho ban
quet as issued by King Bing is as fol
lows: --it is up to you as a loyal Cher
rian to do your part, whatever it may
m. So when Tour chairman calls, da
lot fail him and tiefnra the venr anA.
e, the fame and noiso of tho Cherrians
win reach arond the world (may be)."
The chairman of each committee for
tho bin banquet at the Marion i ra.
sponsible for his rssignment. Members
report t0 their clii irman and the chair
men report to King Bing.
The assignments of eh nirmnn find
their working associates are as follows:
Bill of fare, nrintinjr. time tnM tn
Fred Thiolsen. chaimmn. v. n' in.
derson. Dr. P. W. Bvrd. Hnl Ti pntf
C. B. Webb, K. C. Bishop, A. Bush, J. J.
Roberts, W. I. Staley, Clifford Brown,
John Caughill, U. G. Shipley.
Orchestra, fiddles, etc. Pnnl .Tni.n.
son, chairman; Grover Bollingor, H. O.
White, Aug. Huckestein, N-. D. Elliott,
Frank Myers, Geo. O. Brown, P. E. Gra-
nor, u. u. Siielii-ior, Frank Ward, J. A.
Wilson, F. L. Waters, W. 8 Walton, Dr.
W. H. Darby, Frank I.ovcll.
tu&is ana ats.
Something for the man (and woman)
Chas. L. Miller, chairman; Jos. Al
bert. S. B. Elliott. H ft r;on,i; v v
Sharer, fioy II. Mills, W. II. Burghardt,
Gordon McGilchrise, Rav Farmer, J. H.
Uutermnn, Don Miles, W. C. Dyer, W
M. Hamilton, D. E. Eyre, J. R, uao'
Ecteriatiimout During the Eats
Novelties, specials, etc. O. A. Hart
ip-i, rhnirman; W. H. Lerchen, F. G
Do 'tebacli, W. C. Winslow, A. A. Mick
from all further liability.
The final account of .Trhti A T.,ff...
son. executor ..f tho ootnn .
' Jefforson was allowed bv tho countv
court and actions of the executor ap
proved, ajui the estate closed.
The cstato of (fcorge W. Whitney,
who died Dee. 3, 1918, i,9 estimated at
a value of $5000. Sarah I). .1. Whit
ner wa nmoin(.l iiiliniiiiuirnt,.; j
Goorge Miller, John lilosscr and E. b
The. estate of T.oniso T KonU.. ;u nn.
praited at $,'000 by D. Webster, F. L.
Newman and Mnv F Shiol.ls l.,.t 9 in
blosk 1. Salem, "was vnlno.i t fnon
and lot II, Suunysidc fruit farms No.
1, at i-njuu.
Tho estato of Alieo Nihler wa9 ap
praised at 3000. Thi9 consisted of
three life insurnnco policies of $1000
Jan. 20, 1919, has Been set bv the
county court for the final hearing in
tue ,101111 f. Holers estate.
Stop Stomach Distress
Aid dieestion: relieve was. 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 mtdicine madoi
for stomach troubles than Stumeze Tab-
lets. At all Drug Stores 25 cents,
The Business Men's
" Has gone on record, as advocating protection of home in
dustries, and especially
Salem Bread Only
It is necessary that the industries now on the ground, have
. the undivided support of this community, in order to en
courage new capital to come into the city.
,r Furthermore, the Salem Bakeries are producing an ex
cellent quality of bread, one of them delivers fresh bread
Why buy bread made outside of this city ?
Cilery Qty Baking Co,
TO MOTHERS! Each ten cent box of Cascarets contains full direc
tions for dose for children aged one year old and upwards. Nothing else
works- the nasly bile, sour fermentations and constipation poison from
the tender little bowels so gently, yet so thoroughly. Even cross, fever
ish, bilious children gladly take Cascarets without . being coaxed.
Cascarets taste just like candy. Cascarets never gripe, never sicken,
never injure, but above all, they never disappoint the worried mother.
el. 8. A. Stone. Balnh Moorna. J. T..
Alliuon. Gon Crnvna SI A lwiv..i I
er .Myers, xneo. Koth, Ueo. r. Hookers,
uutonian uiancey, Thos. a. Kay, ii. W
Macy, Dr. H. H. OHnircr. O. J. Shoi. C.
Convicting new convicts Paul Stogo
chairman; T. L. Billingsloy, Chas. II.
PiahtT. Walter E. Kovoh. Hmirv f en
J01111 iiowiuiut, l.oreu Wlnto, P. E. lul
iertou, Curtis B.- Cross, Dr. II. C. Eplcy,
E. A. Kurtz, O. A. Olson, Watt Shipp,
Elmo White, Lester Davis, A. J. Egan,
W. J. Kenrth, W. H. aPrker, A. L. Wal
lace, Lee Cnruh.
(Go as far ns you liko.) J. C. Perry,
chairman, C. E. Albin, L. 8. Gcer,
Fsnuk Spears, Geo. H. Riches, C. 8.
Hamilton, P. 8. Barton, Dr. T. C. Smith
C. 0. Foreman, Dan Langenbcrg, Z. J.
Hifi,!;s, Elmer Dauo, h. W. Gleason, W,
I). Evans, D. H. Moshor, Geo. E. Wa
Tliinus to batmen when no nun is
looking II. E. Hinges, chairman; Chas.
ivnowiaim,, wm. MeUilchrist, Art. Wil
son, Win. Cmlilsdorf, E. C. (Spook) Pat
ton, M I, Meyers, C. T. Pomoroy
Daa Langenkrg Receives
Letter rroa UI. fflcUosaid
"After eight months overseas and 11
days of rough weather on a crowded
troop ship, tho statue of liberty was
surely a welcome sight."
It is thus that O. L. McDonald, aor
Ucant of tho first class U. 8. air ser
vice, expresses his opinion of the r
turn to America.
In a letter t0 Dan Langenbcrg dated
Dee. 8, at Camp Mills, New York, ht
"Here wo aro back in the old U. S,
A., and it seems eighty good w f,et
back, too. We came in Thursday and
received a great welcome here in New
York. Tho Orca oti which wo sailed
was tho first boat to get away with
homecoming troops but bad storms do
layed us and we were the fourth bant
to get in.
"It was very rough coming over ana
almost evorvonn wit. anmriok
Iceivod a great reception as wo btenmed
(up the river at New York citv. When
wo lauded at the docks the Bed Cross
provided us with good American cats.
m me ierry Doat wo spottc some Un
gon apples and it was not loi.g before
evryone was enjoying that wmi kiicvui
Apple merchants near by wore soon
sold out. There just "ainf such 111
"I exect to bo on my wuy west be
fore long. I think Cump Lewis ig tho
demobilization camp for Oregon so will
probably be sent there. Wo nro m..t
busy turning in equipment :i-d chock
inn np and as soon ns that i done, I
thiuk wo will bo on our vu.
"Our leaving England for himo cniiio
very suddenly. I was in London when
the news came. I was in the Ynnkr-n
parade celebrating tho signing of tiio
armistice 'and expected to spend sever
al daya there, but a telegram came that
evening that wo were to start back for
home at once. 80 I lost no timo iii
getting bck to camp."
air. McDonald enlisted Dec. 0. 1917.
in tho air service. Ho was sent first
to Vancouver and later to ft training
camp in Texas and then to England.
'Tape's Cold Compound ' Ends
Colds And Grippe la A
Take "Pape's Cold Compound" ev
ery two hours until you have taken
three doses, then nil prippe misery goes
and your cold will be broken. It prompt
ly opons your clogged-up nostrils and
air passages of the head; stops nasty
discharge or nose running; relieves the
headache, dullness, fevcrishncss, sore
throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness
Don't stay stuf fed-up! Quit 'blowing
and snuffling. Easo your throbbing
head nothing else in the world gives
such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold
Compound," -which costs only a few
cents at any drug store. It acts with
out assistance, tastes nice, and causes
no inconvenience. Accept no substitute
NO QUININE IN
TI COLD CURE