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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY 16, 1919.
Milk and Snow Flakes
As good as it sounds. Snow
Flakes are salted just right, baked
to a turn, crisp and rich; served
with milk it is really difficult to
conceive a better balanced meal for
sick or well, children or grown ups.
Don't ask for crackers, say Snow
Your grocer can supply you.
II I Ml"
itffiQ: By CAROL S. DIBBLE g
djkGast Kscuii (xx-
THE DALLES FAVORS
(Continued from page one)
tkia bill, the coming and going of those
aent to the feeble minded asylum was
optional. That is, the inmates then
could love whenever it struck their
A bill securing an amendment to the
appropriation bill for child' welfare
ork in the state. The bill originally
called or an appropriation of only
000 but through the efforts it was made
4000. She waa clso intorested in an
amendment to the widow 'a ponsion bill
making tt a workable law.
For this session the special itnorcst of
Mrs. Thompson is In juvenile wolfaro
work and bills designed to Taise the
educational standards. She is chair
iM ii of the committee on education and
Is a member of the all Important ways
and means committee and also on the
committee on ulcoholio .liquors.
Miss Colia Un-vln, who is attonding
sessions of the legislature as secretary
to Mrs. Thompson, has the unique dis
tinction of sorving as city attorney for
The Dalles. Hue sturtiod law at the esse,
University of Oregon and" after four
yoarg In the law office of her father,
John Gavin, at The Dalles, was admit
ted to the bar. That was in 1916.
Aa official legal adviser to the city
fathers of Tho Dalles, Miss Gavin at
tends all meetings of the city council
She waa the second woman in Oregon
to be admitted to tho state bar associa- j
tion and is the only woman ever admit
ted to the bar from Wasco county. She
is 25 years of age lives with hor fath
er at The Dalles, has a brother wno will
attend tho University of Oregon next
yenT and a sistor T ho is an accomplish
ed musician. She Las established a law
practice of hrr own.
Mrs. Mabel C. Kills, city treasurer of
The Dalles, ii'.ccocded to an insurance
business at the death of her husband.
She he s bocn ro-olocted three terms.
Mrs. Winnio Brnden, recently olected
manager of The Dalles Chamber of
Commorco, is well known in Polk and
Mnrion eountios. She was at one time.
manager of the Dalkg chamber of com
morco, managor for the Folk county
fnir and was chosen from Polk county I
us a momDOr or tne state council of de-
HE Illihee Bed Cross auxiliary held
I Business session Tuesday after-
noon at tne home of the presi
dent, Mrs. T. C. Smith, Jr., on North
Winter street. This auxiliary has play
ed zealous and busy part in the Bed
Cross activities of the past year, and
witn commendatory foremgnt, the mem
bers decided at the meeting this) week
to re-organize the auxiliary on a post
war basis, in view of the new and
changing demands which from now on
will be placed upon the Bed Cross chap
tors throughout the eounjry, following
tue cessation of hostilities.
The Chemeketa chapter hm received
a call for quantities of layettes tfor
the French and Belgian babies, and the
Illihee auxiliary will concentrate its
energies along that special line of
work. Several new members were also
elected to membership. The auxiliary
will meet once a week at the homes
of the respective members.
The membership role numbers Mrs.
William H. Burghardt, Jr., Mrs. T. A.
Livesley, Mrs. John J. Roberta, Mrs.
R. M. Hofer, Mrs. W. H. Lytic, Mrs.
Frederick Thiclsen, Mrs. Clifford
Brown, Mrs. T. C. Smith, Jr.
Mrs. Kuth Sayre and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Sayre have left for California,
where Mr. 6ayre will accept a position
in Baa Francisco. Mrs. Huth Sayre wiU
visit in Sacramento before going to
8a ir Francisco. Their home, 1259 Che
meketa street, has been rented by Sen
ator ana Mrs. W. A. lhmiek of Oreron
Mrs. Clarence Corev fFhvlli Kel
logg) has been appointed stenographer
for the committee on revision of laws
during the .present legislature. Mrs.
Corey is a wwll known Salem girl and,
girted musically, assumed an active
part in various musical affairs of the
city during her residence here. For
several month, prior to Mr. Corey's
death which occurred in October, the
tioreys resided in Portland.
While in 6alem Mrs. Corey wili
make her home with her husband's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Corey.
Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith entertain
ed as their guest this week, William E.
Sherman of Hood River, who was on a
short business trip to Portland.
Miss Muriel Steeves has returned
from week 'e etay in Portland, where
she was the truest of Miss Grace Young
Sf op Itching Skin
There is one safe, dependable treat
ment that relieves itchinff torture and
skin irritation almost instantly and
that cleanses and soothes the skia
Ask any druggistior a 35cor $1 bottle
of Zemo and apply it aa directed. Soon
vou will find that irritations, pimples,
1 1 ickheads, eczema, blotches,nngworm
1 similar skin troubles wui oisappear.
liulo 7mn the nenetratimT. satis
all that is needed, for it
s most skin eruptions, makes
oft, smooth and heaitny.
. rv., Cleveland, O.
UNITED STATES WILL
Continued from page )
as "another crank nation."
But it gathered strength Churches
took it up, doctors followed and then1
came organizations of anti-liquor 0'
cJcties and the Anti-Saloon League and
In tho middle of the Nineteenth cen.
tury Maine went dry. Kansaa followed.
At the end of the civil war the little
band of anti-slave agitato's who had
won their fight seriously considered
turning to the prohibition battlo. Their
number included William Lloyd Uarri'
son and tho poet, Whittier.
About 1SKX) camo the "militant"
stare in the person of Carrie Nation
of Kansas, probaibly the most p.etur
oaque figure tho fight ever developed.
Ten years later the crusade against
liquor bad grown from tne "ravings
of cranks into an irresistible move
ment that swept the country.
To Stags "Come Back"
But Johu Barleycorn will try to
stave a "come back."
Ihshuorg are already planning a
fight on the a'nenament in the courts
on tho ground, that it was not adopted
by two thirds of the whole congress and
that the seven year limitation in it in
validates tho measure.
T,.- .nH J! . 1 41..1
"works" the nasty bile, sour fermentations and poisons from the little ! noither of these contentions will hold
A "Mother" Sent This
If tho sweetest little kiddies
Act like old and crabbed Biddies,
From the pain that's in their middle
When the child begins to ail,
Coated tongue and looking pale,
Spend two jitneys of four kale
You'd relieve your kiddie if you couIJ
Of course you will I knew you would.
Any druggist in your neighborhood
Casearetit JO cents t
Thi9 wise mother knows that the best and safest way to relieve a bil
ious, sick or constipated child is by giving candy Cascarets at the first sign
of a white tongue, a feverish breath or a sour stomach.
Children love Cascarets because of the candy taste. Nothing else
Icy in the internal revenue "bureau will
prBujfuuiy io aisitea.
The first .36 states ratifying the
Mississippi, Virginia, Kentucky,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Mary
land, Montana, Texas, Delaware, South
Dakota, Massachusetts, Arizona, Geor
gia, (Louisiana, Florida, Michigan, Ohio,
Oklahoma Maine, Idaho, West Virgin
ia, Washington, Tennessee, Arkansas,
Illinois, Indiana. North Carolina. Ala
bama, Knsas, Oregon, Iowa, Colorado,
New Hampshire, Utah, Nebraska.
Is Accomplished Fact
Claim that Calif ormia could not vet
be classed as in the dry column was
not considered serious by Senator
Shcppardj prohibition leader.
lie isaid the California legislature
had already ratified tho dry amend
ment as required by the constitution,
adding that California's ratification
was now an accomplished fact.
Hneppard painted out that the re
straining order: against the California
governor wns merely to prevent his
signing the transmission of the report
of ratification. This report, Sheppard
neia, was not even required iby the
Dry Leaders Jubilant
Congressional dry leaders, informed
ity the United iTess of the ratification
by the thirty siith state, were jubilant
Representative Ran da U, California,
and Senator Sheppard, Texas, leaders
in the fight for the amendment, an
nounced its ratification when honse and
Skcppard and Bandall planned to is
sue a statement later commenting on
tne result of their long light for sa
The next isten, they announced, will
oe preparation of a new code of laws
to make prohibition effective. This
will include new criminal statutes for
punishing violators. Hheppard said de
velopments of this code probably will
halve to await the arising of son di tion 8
induced 'by prohibition. Ho and other
dry leaders, however, will prepare laws,
covering prohibition and will endeavor
to have this passed by the time prohi
bition ibecomes effective a year from
liver and bowels so gently yet so thoroughly
Cascarets has directions for children aged one year old and upwards.
Each 10 Cent box Of ail(.1 on their si'1 are preparing legis
lation carrying nenvy penalties ror vi
elation of prohibition. A special agen
you don't wish to
coBue (down town
PHONE YOUR ORDERS TO 721
Schrunk's Produce and Grocery
. . i . . ' , "We have turniP9 carrots rutabagas, Hub
bard squash and cabbage fresh from the gardens. First class spuds and on
ions. $1.60 per hundred pounds.
Apples $1.25 to $2.50 per box
Oranges from 40c to 75c per dozen
STRICTLY FRESH RANCHEGGS, 60c PER DOZEN.
We pay the highest market prices for eggs and poultry.
Miss Marie Bennett ia passing a few
weeks ia Salem after a several months
stay in Dallas.
Mrs. Phillip 3. Grav and small son,
Billy, of Portland are spending a few
days ia Balem as the nesta of Mrs.
Oray's mother, Mrs. Bessie Kimball,
wcreiary er ifie I. w. t,, A.
Mrs. W. A. Rutherford of 340 North
Church street was a recent visitor ia
Dallas, where she was a mieet.at the
home of August liisser. Mr. Bisser's
mother, Mrs. Christina Bisser, is quite
iu, navmg suffered a paralytic stroke.
Miss Marie Hovdebo left today for
Scobee, 'Montana, where she will visit
tor a time.
'Mrs; Isillian Marshall of Dallas is
here for, the state legislature.
iLester Pearmine has returned from
Portland where he has fceen spending
the past two weeks. Mr. Pearmine, who
is a brother of Mrs. Theodore Both.
has been stationed at Camp Lewis
this winter, receiving lis discharge -a
few weeks ago.
The Farmers' Store of Quality
270 North Commercial
Oolds Cause. Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO OUIMNJ5 Tab
lets rcinovo the cause. There is only
one "Dromo Quinine." E. W. GBOViiB
signature on the box. 30c
HEBE'S BEAL FILM QUEEN.
London, Dee. 27. (By Mail.) Queen
Mary of England will make her debut
ag s. screes actress in a movie just com
This is a real piovie sensation and
goes to prove how democratic be these
The film shows women of Britain en
gaged on airplane work. Queen Mary's
' ' lines ' ' wcro explained to her and she
played them forthwith without rehears
al. Her part was to talk for some time
with one of the artists who was suppos
ed to be busy at war work, rjhe spoke
to one of tho girls for some moments j
according to tho "book" and then'
shook her warmly by the hand.
Everyone was delighted with the
queen's performance, but to the con
sternation of the producers she nmde
her exit rather too oon. The situation
wa explained by one of tho ladies in
waiting, and with a smile her majesty
weni lurwsra anil completed tuc secne.
Seattle Unions Air Grudge
Against Civic -Officials
Seattle, Wash, Jan. 16. The big la
bor unions of Seattle have taken sharp
issue with the civic administration, be
cause of the alleged outrage of the po
lice, in breaking up an open air meet
ing etHed to discuss "Tho Truth about
Resolutions demanding the recall of
Mayor tile Hanson and tke removal of
Police Chief J. F. Warren, unless im
mediate punishment is visited on the
police officials who assumed the re
sponsibilitT of the break up, were nnau
imously passed ,by the central k-bor
council last night
The one and big event in 'clubdom
this we,ek was the conference of the
Oregon Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher
associations held yesterday
in Portland at the Girls' Polytechnic
school. Thia was bo have been a three
day convention held at Medford, but
owing to the epidemic, the plans were
changed and the one-day conference
took place in order to transact busi
ness of the moment which could not
be postponed until the convention next
The conference opened at 10 o 'clock,
with Mrs. Fred iB. Schilke of La
'Grande, state president of the organi
zation in tne chair. Kcports of the
stato officers occupied the morning
hours. At 12:15 'clock a luncheon was
served by girls of the Polytechnic
school, table talks Being given by Mrs,
harles H. Castner, of Hood Biver.
president of the Oregon Federation of
Women's clubs; Mrs. Mattie Sleeth of
the W. O. T. V. and Mrs. F. S. Mey
Following the luncheon, Mrs. George
H. MeiMath spoke for the woman's
'building fund, urging its support. Re
ports were heard from the various
council presidents and important com
mittees. The state fair work was re
ported Iby Mrs. F. J. Mcindl; Chautau
qua, Mrs. J. L. Waldron; home econom
ics, iMiss A. B. Milan; literature, Mrs.
F. II. Drake; child welfare, Mrs. Millie
Trumbull; legislation, Mrs. A. N. Felts,
resolutions, Mrs. C W. Hayhurst.
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
Crescent Baking Poi
Three important esMatiali should (raids
yon in the selection of your baking
powder parity, leavening effioisacy
Orescent is absolutely pure by labors
tory tests and government standards.
Crescent, because tt is double acting
raises the dough better than other
Had, thus micring wholesome, delie
iooi take, biscuits and breads.
Crescent Is the thrift baking powder.
It costs lest, does more and bettsr work,
and less quantity is required. You will
find the Crescent Cock Book ii very
helpful. Copy free on request. Write
Cresoent Mfg. Co, Seattle, Waih.
ELECr DIED TODAY
Was Elected In March But On
Account Of Health Was Not
Able To Assume Office.
The rare phenomenon of a snowbow
waa witnessed at Hood Biver Monday.
A WORD ABOUT THE KIDNEYS
(By DOCTOR WATSON)
People are easily frightened when
they think something is tho matter
with their lungs or heart, an I well they
may too; ibut few people understand
the dangers of diseased kidneys. These
organs have a duty of vital importance
to perform, and if they are diseased,
there is no telling bow or where the
synipboms may appear. The kidneys
are filters, and when they are healthy
they remove the poisons from the blood
and purify it. When the kidneys arc
diseased, the poisons are spread every
where, and one of these poisons is uric
acid. The uric acid is carried all thru
the system and deposited in various
places, in tho form of mate salt
in tho feet, ankles, wrists nnd baK
often forming tags under the eyes.
Sometimes the resulting trouble is call
ed rheumatism, lumbago, -sciatica and
backache. tFiiiailly, come stone in the
bladder, dSaibet and ipright's Dis
Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., in re
cent yeara, discovered that a certain
comlxination of remedies wouilol dis
solve uric acid (urate isnlts) in the
fytean. He found this combination to
be harmless, so that he made it tip in
tablets, of double strength, and called
them Anurte Tablets. They dissolve
uric acid in the human system as hot
coffee dissolves sugar. If you have
uric acid troubies, don't delay in tak
ing Anurie Tablwts, which can be se
cured in the drug stores. You can write
Dr. Pierce, too, aud he will tell you
what to eat and how to live so that
more uric acid wiM not forir ia your
system. Dr. Pierce will not charge for
Eight Thousand Men Of 13th
Division Released Soon
Tacoimv, Wash . Jan. 16. Approved j
applications for discharge 0f 8128 mem- j
bers of the Thirteenth division at Camp 1
Lewis have passed through the office!
of Major W. G. M tiller, division adju
tant, in the iast two days. This num-i
ber represents 44.8 per cent of the men
in the :i virion.
All that reuivms to be rlono before dis
ehitrge is for the men named in the ap
plications to be examined and their
equipment r necked in.
GENERAL WODD TO CHICAGO.
Bio do Janeiro, Jan.' 16. Bodrigucz
Alves, president-elect of Brazil, who
was never able to assume the duties
of his office on account of illness, died
at 3.40 today.
Vice President Dmphim Morcira, for
mer governor of tiio Miiias Gcre-es, suc
ceeds to the piusidency.
Alves was unanimously elected to the
prcbidcncy last Maich but wns unable
to assume his oXfico on November 15.
Alves provious'v fccrved one term as
president of Brazil from 1902 to 1008.
During that administration he gave cv
idonco of being one of the best states
men liiTvzil ever produced. He brought
about the enactment of numerous pub
lic health measures and, besides improv
ir.a the nrincioal Brazilian norts. remod
eled and virtually rebuilt the city of usual
EPARTACANS STILL TIGHT.
Copenhagen. Jtn. 15. Fighting wis'y
resumed in Berlin yesterday, dispatches
from German sources reported today.
Spartacans fired into the streets from
house tops, these advices say. Bombs
wore throws upon a railroad station.
Attacks wore made on the Frarizer. bar
racks. A briof engagement was fought
in the Bolloaleanceplatx, Is which gov
ernment troops were successful. The
fighting continued all day.
A Stubborn Cough
Loosen Right Up
Ibln hom-m(!e remedy t a wonder X
for quick rreults. Kaell SDd T
cheaply made. X
Hero is a home-made syrup which mil
lions of Deonle have found to h i.hn mnuh
dependable means of breaking up stub
born coughs. It is cheap and simple, but
very prompt in action. Under its heal
ing, soothine influence, chest sorenexn
goes, phlegm loosens, breathing becomes
easier, tickling in throat stops and you
get a good night's restful sleep. The
throat and chest colds are eon-
IMo ..ie Janeiro.
, Alves also strove at all times to brine
a closer rela tionship between Brawl and
the United States. He was regarded as
the strongest friend - of the United
Stutes and the foremost advocate of
Pnn-Americanism in South America.
. OPPOSITION TO SKELTON.
Washington, Jan 15. Strong oppo
sition to the re-appointment of John
Skelton Williams as comptroller of thr
currency suddenly has evinced itself in
Republicans looking to success in thr
next presidential election do not enjoy
the prospects of a democratic comptrcl
lcr of the currency at the traesury. The
comptroller '8 term is for five years.
'0URNAL WANT ADS PA
an trod bv it in Hi hours or less. NiHi.
ing better for bronchitis, hoarseness,
croup, whooping cough, bronchial asthma
or winter cough
mur 2 ounces of Pinex into pint
cue ana im the bottle with plain
To make this splendid cough! Syrup,
thoroughly. If vou nrefer. use clarl
granulated sugar syrup and
fled molasses, honey, or corn syrup,
instead of sugar syrup. Either way,
ypu get a full pint-a family supply
of much better cough syrup than you
could buy ready-made for three times
the money. Keeps perfectly and tlul
dren love its pleasant taste..
Pinex is a special and highly concen
trated compound of genuine Norway
pine extract, known the world! over for
its prompt healing effect upon the mem
branes. To avoid disappointment ask your
druggist for "2' ounces of Pinex" with
full directions, and dont accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to give absolute
satisfaction or money promptly refunded.
The Pinex Co., i Wayne, lad.
Khaki and Express Stripes
Washington, Jan. 15 Major General
lonard Wood will be transferred to
the command of the een'ral depart
ment at t'hieage after he has complet
ed mustering out his division at Camp
Funstou, Kan., ander war department j
orders issued today. Wood was consult-1
cd as to whether he would accept the I
past and agreed that he would.
A large shipment of the
Every pair fast color and
guaranteed to give
Men's, $4.00 and $4.50
Boys' $2.95 and $3.50
Levi Strauss & Cos.
YOUTH'S LONG CORDUROY PANTS
Not the cheap flimsy starched kind-But a good
firm close-woven corduroy
Another pair free if they rip or split-The same
m men's, price $5.00.
240 North Commercial St