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, tit. JA1LY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1919
Afraid To Tell Mother!
The 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,
calomel or pills. How he hates them. He would
rather remain sick.
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.
I ARE YOU AT HOME WITH THE
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CAROL 5. DIBBLE
Mr J. H, Schuldermas ud eail- ( Mr. nd Hre. P. C. Patteraon (Geor
dren left for Portland today, where j ji Giltner) of Spokane art being en
they will join Mr. Sehuldeinian, who, 1 tertained in Salem for a ftw days as
.for the past week, has been at the bed- P"ff Mr: Pattemou's brother
side of his father, P. H. Schulderman, lte , their MUntry kom, B6ar
who passed away yesterday after an
illness of three weeks.
Mr. Schulderman was a well known
pioneer of Oregon, and prominently
connected with many activities in the
Development of Portland and Oregon.
The funeral will be held tomorrow.
Eola. The visitors are enroute home
from San Francises, after a visit in
the California metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Liveeley return
ed from Portland today, haying gone
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McDougal are
enjoying a short star in Portland,
Colonel and Mm. John Leader of
Eugene, well known to a number of 6a-
WORLD'S CITY WOULD
(Continued from page oaej
Itsotf if only we eontinue to develop
these international organisations and
Moreover, such an administrative
centre would bring together all intcr
aational organisations which, though
vivified by similar intentions, cannot,
tocaiuw they lack a central meeting """ J J1.M
TO MOTHERS ! Each 10 cent box of Cascarets contains full direc
tions for dose for children aged one year old and upwards. Nothing else '
"works" the nasty bile, sour fermentations and constipation poison from ret"'?.?
the tender little bowels so gently, yet so thoroughly. Even cross, fever- sojourn in the east, having visited for
ish, bilious children gladly take Cascarets without being coaxed. Cascarets S.?!?"?!;-.
taste just like candy. Cascarets never gripe, never sicken, never injure, UmU the completion of then- attractive ;iam friends, have been pawing the boi- j
Din aoove an, iney never disappoint the worried mother. new re8Ioenc uin m may season m rortiana as ue guests
Dorens will make their home at the or Mr. and Mrs. George L. Gerlinger.
mmmKmmTmm!?3ESWtSS!S!!!m&mm!S!mmmm'mm i Marion hotel. -Among several delightful social eour-
.i.:.i ....:,,. 4W teaiee in tneir honor was a enarmmg
yixwwf , contcnded that the -exhibits shall be luncheon given at the Waverly club,
parts by sporadic, official congresses, changed frequently and kept up to dste for which Mrs. Loui Gerlinger, Jr., I
the need for a permanent world admin- furnishing the best opportunity for com. was hostess, covers being laid for 121
iatrative centre, officially recognized is parative study and constant incentive olose friends of the visitors
plain. The erection of such . central for progress both in individuals and na- ' ' I
institution will enable these numerous on- . ... v ' V,.i, Jm
aviation, and congresses to aid each1 Not all persons, of course, can visit 7 J ST ZT
other to support and coordinate their the world administrative center, any . f ".., s?'?!.ed " J" ,
effort, and to gain better fulfilment more than all can attend a world's worJ ,ecei bv hi. oar-
of their task, than is possible today It i. proposed however, that a. a part W IfVT
when their headquarter, are scattered or its general educational worn, tne rrr m-;n - h .
.1 t a I -.U I wmM sanntsav will aitrua na sm riiefnhnt-
tedlZ! thCir WUh thei la the world adnjnistrativ. centre ing agency for traveling exhibit, of
PT j v .i.'. .u for the League of Nations a universal 1 art, industry and eduaction. ,
There earn be no dwibt but that in tho'Ub "b established larger and! The traveling exhibits of agricultur
ist nternational aaaodation exten- ,.ny now in cli8tene. CoP- .1 college., of the forestry and fish-
ire travel and exposiUon. where na- . f nf f.'. v a ;vat9 bU(. eric, of the leali Americaa
t.onal and private activit.es, resource. u 0 b deposited there and mae railroads, all of whihe are designed to
nd geaiaa have been freely displayed availBble faf MnUm x .ingle : improve condition, in the extractive
itlirtJrn Iri? building would house and a single staff Industrie, of the United States, have
tandin and thus have promoted fuend , f amo th world,a best w- , enthu9ia8m among the
h.p and peace. Internationa! expos;- jibrariMl would a nbrary. J)ubUe an have done much to im v.
,ra"" "" come to do recngnizea oy ail . n,M Ijmini.tT,tivfl cent for .Mti. i th. i,i,l.tri th... nr-
Hofer got his commission just before
the division he was witn sailed lor
Cuba. HU promotion into another
branch of service naturally precluded
Mrs. Melvin Plimpton is -passing a
few days in Portland.
Mis. John J. Boberts has gone to
Portland to spend a few days.
the civilized nation, of the woild. Thus
S T !(h :t annrinntltt . 1 T5.. i . 1 - : .. .4 ..ll
"diottr4 ri i,,:0;;"' '. .-P ?t8 -l-terprise i. J world problem, and
lional expositions, it. vast uoruries, mu-, should be undertaken On an mternation
soums, gnllorics, universities, reception l& basis, under the auspices of such a
ment will afford sn ideal meeting place
for those organizations and will secure
better and more interested attendance
The world administrative center, once
located and erected, will become the
permanent international organization
a. the world administrative center.
There can be no doubt that the dis
semination of knowledge thus acquired
wou.d lead to tho quick adoption of all
improvement, worth while, to the Stan
anve diplomacy may gradually give
place ta public confidence and public
Tho establishment of a World Admin
istrative Centre for tho League of Na
tion, will be the natural culmination
of such a movement and will lead to
the more complete development of in
ternationalism. Whon some International force is es
tablished which will prove to the world
that order and security for all tho right
of all nation, can bo niaintcined with
out armed strife, people will bo no long
er willing to boar tho heavy burden,
for tho support of vast military cstab
lishmonls, and roduced armit incuts will
follow a. a natural result.
or generations men nave neon ac-1 . .,;. -.-uhn1 i inter to """"'a "" " -
ustomed to think i terms of national fM'ih!1,f .LTnistrative Wt 10 the ProductioB of for
overeignty. They have found in nt- be VXtXAd wMch they were bBttM adapted 'eaving
tional life the ultimate end of human cent" " ?,Cialtt1 tnformS ly the most efficicnt to produ!e ,OTh!
.mdeavor. Before the eighteenth cen- n"kfts tho80 thinRs 'hUb
tnry world unity was a poetic dream to 'th,n .th,? ,C0Pe 0,,the etivmc' they can prepare at the lowest eost.
e indulged in by a few unpractical and 1 01 ueti , cl"lne8L!(h - ,,. of I The service of the world adminiatrs
emowhat unpopular philosopher.. Cos- L Ho? t0.60pe JV, .r L 3 tthiV tive aeei Bot bo eonfined to x'
menoUtaniam. h the creed of a man fa "Vi Information could and should
without a country, wa. despised. Tho FieuHura! prob lemth most Jh '3, be collected and made accessible to all
old co.mopolitans, noblo minded as they ",,.,..,., interested.. This would mean tne in
natural destination of tourists and the .ir,i:1..tinn nrndupt. and trocesses
I common meeting ground for all the peo- ot production Jind through these to the
pie. or ino wurm. iuo .v..u ....... standardization of prices which, in their
trative center thus would make it easi- fiuaJ w,ydl are depenaent up01l cogts
er for one to acquire knowledge of in- if productionr Through the proce of
temational conditions and affairs so es- eUminatioB) whieh would foUow wch
scntial t0 tho development of broader I eonditioni the inefficient, those hhv
sympathie. and a wider outlook. ln h, . eosU of produetiollj thoBe giow
Thus, through bringing together the' ,, ,. K .a .j,
headquarters of the societies end -' turnin thoir attention and their ener-
: il itiliihlinlinrt a lntn tn m ...
PARENTS. READ THIS
How a Father Has Learned to
Save Shoe Bills.
"My son is very hard on shoes, so
keeping him properly shod has been
quite an expense to me," writes Mr. J.
Allison Allen, of Amity, Arkansas,
i "But since I started to buy Neolin
soled shoes for him I have found that
it costs only about a third as much to
keep him in shoes."
This is because Neolin Soles are so
tough and durable that they wear a
very long time. Shoe bills are kept
down because you don't need so many
You can get Neolin-soled shoes at
almost any good shoe store. They
come in all styles and for all members
of the family. Neolin Soles are also
available everywhere for re-soling.
They are produced by a scientific pro
cess to be what soles ought to be: com
fortable, waterproof and long-wearing.
They are made by The Goodyear Tire
& Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, who
also make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed
to outwear any otner heels.
Mart la. U.S. Pat. OS.
Mrs. P. A. Legg and daughter, Miss
Margaret Legg, have returned from a
holiday visit .pentin Portland.
P. W. Bell of Bickreali was a Salem
visitor yesterday, being the guest of
hi. sister, Mrs, B. E. Carrier.
Little Cynthia Delano, the small
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred De
lano, is quite ill with influenza at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. if'.
O. Delano, 1530 State street.
Mia. Muriefteeve and Mis. Faye
Perringer west to "ortiar.a yesterday
by the legiflative council, which rep
resents the Women's Christian Tem
perance Union, the Consumers' League
the Mother's Congress and the State
Federation of 'Women'e dull. To this
body all bills presented by the women
to -the legislature aro first received
and indorsed and thus we are able to
back up onr measures in'a manner that
practically insnres their success. "
TeUs How to Stop a
Barprifllrtft rmmlts from this foment
Id kMHiM-aiMle srnip. Bully
prepared and emu Utile.
If you have a severe eough or chest
were, lacked truo constructive force be-
. tries is needed and a world administra-
vestmcut of capital in the most pro-
fiause ther were not tolorant of condi i"yo cllr "u'" "T' . ',.,..,, ductive enterprises, an opportunity for
tions a. they found them. irVP n uu"""l j labor to find employment and invest it.
President Wilson has niado world Un-jb'n",t ' " ..,, ,u' savings to the greatest possible advan
ity real and a League of Nation, must mong it. many features the world
work togother in tho future. Thero is admiuistrative center is to contain a M eonter of adminUtratloB
...... k. u.
and the theatre aro producing psycliol- ouuuings win consist oi Kurttl eredit ia on() of th8 eU
ogicsJ unity. Tho great inventions tn tn wnica eaca nations m u. rieulturai problems confronting the
the field of transport and communicatee maae anowa to me "8lworWi j,,,, eountrT has attempted to
tion actually have girdled ua into a the latest development, in art, scieneoi k flut itg own b, in it 0WB
physical unity. jagnculture, mining, ""ur'nB.iWBy, If ...pid and permanent progress
ng conscionsneas of this fact in oi K.vB.uU.c.... ""--" would equitably regulate, expand and
of public spirited men. Our will extona aiong tne ,nd cxtend the interest, of the working
structure is being contral.sod Aations, ana cacn one oi j ( M natioll. reculating the ques-
markets for money and pro- erected and maintained oy one oi ""ti(jn o( cmiEration and the standard of
I..,.,- .t.t.ll.hil Th nrcu li'Sdutf nation. 01 TllO worm. iiitjeo, -.
1 wnues in JUB-
With part of tho field covered by transport, trsdo and commerce.
of Health. .
includes "the addition
of a few spoonfuls of
Grape-Nuts fo the
The sum total is an a
bundance of the vital
phosphates and -the
goodness of our most
is a delicioua
Requires no Su$ar
I is to lie made the experience of all no
uoni muni- ue recurut-u, guuu paci.
adopted and weak and dangerous part,
rejected. Thi. can best be done by
mean, of t central agency like the
world administrative center for the
League of Nations.
What i. needed i. some central agen
cy where the experience of all the na
tions of the world can be brought to
gether, compared and tested with a
view to the introduction of the adapta
ble feature, in other countries.
A practical country like the United
Ststes has well nigh paid its debt to
Europe with the labor saving devices
whch its eitixens have invented. Eu
rope has seat to the United State. 25,-
000,000 emigrants in the last 75 years.
but there were in IIK7 enough Ameri
can harvester. in the fit-Ids of Europe
to do the work of 11,000,000 men.
World expositions give the good arti
cle its due and make the best and
cheapest prevail tluoughout the world.
Our axes, spades, scythes, locomotives.
steamships are potter today than they
were years ago ia large ptrt because
of competition and comparison at ex
insitions V"!hJUt expositions, old pre
judices could not quickly be conquer
ed by new goods.
Among tho many features of the
scheme rro ,. d is tho creation and
irnlntenance of an international burean
of trade and tautM)it which would be
cqiiipiied with the facilities for study
ing eoniii tions of Ui.de and commerce
over the entire wo. hi and for furnish
ing the inft.rim.fio4 thus gathered to
all p-rarns iricekud.
tfe iotcrimtiuMu panie prevented or
one perio4 of ; lai depression short
mug wo t ! tw.ri" ta eumponav- :i
the total cost of erecting the world t d
ministnli- ' r for the Le !
Nations. The opportunity offered to
perform this possible service should
lead all business men, all producers and
all consumers to favor tho establish-
Jmeit of the world tdmisUtrative center
and l contribute their taxe. liberally
for it. wpport.
for a BhOrt stay. "Mis. Perringer will wld accompanied with aoreness, throat
visit friends in Vancouver, wasn- """js? '""
i'7 w o. . i '.., 0j or if yonr child wakes up during the
while Mis. Steeves will be entertained ni . t ith eTOUp and ,0UKwant auick
a. the guest of Mis. Grace Young at try this reliable old home-made
the Boselyn apartments. . cough remedy. Any druggist can sup
Mrs. Bteeves returned Tuesday eve- ply- you with 2Vi ounces of Pinex.
ning from Portland, where fho has been Four this into a pint bottle and fill
.,.i An mth her .on the bottle with plain granulated sugar
spending several days with her son clarifled
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. .Laban Bteeves, B0iaase noney, 0r corn syrup, in-
who are convalescing from influenza. ,tead of sugar eyrup. if desired. This
recipe makes a pint of really remarkable
Mrs. Francis Hubbard went t Port- cough remedy. It tastes good, and in
land yesterday to epend a few day ' to rfiU low cost,
Mr. P L. Brown ha. returned 1 from SJtrE&
Brc-wnsvUle where she went to attend Mt andrraise(, the phlegm, stops throat
the funeral of a niece. tickle and soothes and heals the irritated
membranes that line the throat and bron
Mra, Charles H. Castner of Hood chial tubes with such promptness, ease
River, president of the Btate Jilera- ana cbfumui? uv i ruj w
tion of Women's clubs, arrived in .
Portland yesterday afternoon to eon- .P"" Is a special and highly coneen-
, . !v .iT.f. i naon and Srated oomppund of genuine Norway pine
ier win mo iu " Z extract, and is probably tne nest Known
the state committees. The meeting r Beana 0 overcoming severs coughs,
the state executive board will be held throat and chest colds.
...I wnAulM .Tanuarv 15. in Port- There are manv worthless imitations of
land. Mrs. Castner will be in Portland this mixture. To avoid disappointment,
!.;, i,0, Vtutdauar- ask for "24 ounces of Pinex" with full
several weeks, making her neadquar , direetioll don,t aBythinK else.
ter. at tne vorneuus uuvck Guaranteed to Kive absolute satisfaction
Yesterday afternoon she was tne prin r promptly refunded. The Pinex
L.. r. wayne, ino.
REMEMBER We deliver orders for Gro
ceries in amounts of $1 and upwards, C.
0. D. Just phone us what you need and
we will give prompt service and first qual
ity goods at the following prices:
Hard wheat flour, best quality $2.90
Valley flour -$2.75
10 pounds sugar
10 pounds rolled oats 65c
10 pounds pan cake flour 65c
Puritan salad oil, one gallon .....$1.98
Karo Syrup, one gallon : 95c
Crisco, 6 pounds -- $1.90
ComDound. 5 pound can $10
Raisins. 16-ounce nackace -....14c 5
50-ounce K. C. Baking powder :.. -45c
2 pounds Cocoa, in bulk 45c
Best Almonds, per pound 25c
Best quality coffee far below the present wholesale
Big sacrifice in yard goods both wool and cotton
Best selected onions, pound, 2c; sack ..;...'..:.....$1.75
Best Irish potatoes, pound 2c; sack ..:.............$1.75
Sweet Potatoes, per pound ....5 l-2c
Farmers' Cash Store
151 High Street Phone 453
All orders of $1.00 and over delivered free of charge
cipal apeaker at a meeting of the Port
land Grade Teachers association, when
she .poke on the different bill, of in
terest to womea votere of the state,
which wUl be presented at the 1919
legislature which meets in 6aJem next
week. 8he aaid in part:
'We women voters are now fortified
Colds Cause Ortp and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab
lets remove the cause. There is only
one "Bromo Quinine." E. V. GROVES
signature en the box. 30c
I 'M mmi
' 4 v if i-v. jy
This is exactly what you'll say
when you taste your, first Snow
That's what everybody says about
them and that's why they are con
tinuing to be so immensely popular.
Don't ask for crackers say Snow
Your grocer can'supply you.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Fairfield, Or., Jan. 9. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Bleven entertained last week
Mrs. Bliven's mother, Mrs. Smith, of
Honewcll. Miss Blivena nf Snl
a cousin, Frnnk Marshal, of McMinn-
S. P. Parker is quite ill with a cold.
The skating is not quite such a nov
Itv this week rw last, the cnlrl weathpr
lianas on too long for Oregonians.
V. M. lli lijKty made a business trip
to Portland this week.
Albert Dickensin. ATtlm Brnnlr onil
Mrs. Htrry Brook were over Sunday
visitor, at rom Hitman s.
Fairfield school reopened Monday
will al lenrolled present ,this school as
not been closed at all on account of
CONSIDER THE WOMAN 8 CASE
Mrs. A. L. DeVine of Aniri.i
Cal.. savs: "After I hafl miff
a female trouble for years, not being
aMe to do my housework, or get any
rrurr irora uoetors, L,ydia JS. fink
ham's Vegetable Compound made me
a well woman, and 1 want to tell the
world the good this medic'ne does."
This woman is perfectly justified, and
should be commended
crs how she regained her health.
Continued from page one)
where bolsheviks have seized the news
Ia Brunswick a ireneral mtrVi I,,
beea proclaimed. Ten thousand persons
paraded the streets, pillaging shops and
occupying newspaper offices.
Bailors Bush to Berlin.
London, Jan. 9. Sailora from Kiel
ire rus'iing to Berlin to aid the gov
ernment, it is reported in an Agency
dispttch from Amsterdam today.
The dispatch said the republican cab
inet in Hnrmstadt had resolved to sup
irt Chancellor Ebert.
had been critically ill for some time.
Tho funeral was held Sunday after
noon. Prof, and Mrs. Hoag left for
Dallas Fridny morning and returned on
Monday evening, thus necessitating tho
close of school for those twa days. They
wero cccompanied. on their return by
the elder Mrs. Hosg who will mnkc her
home with them for a while. The com
munity unites in sympathy with them
in their bereavement.
Elizabeth Ensley and brotner, rrtif
ford, spent the week end in Salem.
Chester Bussell is having his houso
S. H. Bussell is hauling gravel on
tho prairie road this week. He spent
Saturday hsuling hay from Jefferson.
Tho Harry Colgan family arc suffer
ing from severe colds, but the doctor
bays it is the "flu."
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Glover and lit
tle daughter have returned to their
home in Dallas.
Miss Nellio Leo of Portland has tv
turned to Mc-rion and expects to make
her home with her mother here.
Mrs. H. E. Bussell and son, Wilburn,
wire Balem visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L C. Bussell were in
Pi.rtlana Monday and Tuesday o? this
Mr and M.S. Brongher and family
moved here from Butteville Inst week,
occupying the Kephart house. Mr.
Broughcr is employed at the Fast saw
mill. E..E. Bengs sold five head of cattio
to tiie Turner meat market last week.
Tho pioplc of Marion, and vicinity
are enjoying a change of scenery tho
past few days. Very seldom indeed does
mother nature clorn herself in so beau
tiful a robe. Everything, even every
pine and fir needle, is cotmc!
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Marion, Or., Jan. 9 Prof. D. A. liosf
received a message last Thursday eve
ning tellinc of the death nf V. Votti.r
IlXZI JOURNAL wm ads pay
hoar frnst. anmn nlarea the spines of
frost extend almost an inch, thus mak
ing telephone wires, etc., look like mag
nificent white, ropes. The only objec
tion to all this is the temperature.
Kenneth Zcll of Salem ia visiting
at the E. E. Bengs nomeu -
Mr.' and Mrs. B. G. Bronner enjoyed
a short visit test week with Miss Ade
laide Abel of Bakerrficld, Cat At'88
Abel wag en route to Tacoma, Wash.,
and stopped off here for 24 hours.
Mrs. Audrey Parker of SpnngfieW,
Ore,, spent the week end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I astleman.
- Mis8 Hazel Colgrn is very ilL Th
doctor pronounced it liver end kidney