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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919.
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Not a cure-all. but a ra
tional remedy for catarrh and
all inflammation and conges
tion of the mucous mem
' CaUrrh attack! the mucous linings, In any organ.
In any Part of the body. It is not. as aoma Imagine,
confined to the nose and throat, although nasal
catarrh la the most common form and afflicts many
, Unchecked catarrh soon breaks down the tissue and
destroys the organs or part Evidence of the rav
ages of catarrh are all around us. Without desire
to frighten anyone, we say: ''Guard yourself against
catarrh as you -would against the direst plague,
fortify your system. Take Peruna."
IKSPHUlfQ WORDS FOR THE KICK FROM THOSE
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' T had a bad case of LaQrlpp end could fret no
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Iten use it in the family and And It Rood.
MRU. GENTRY GATES.
f.trnt T,a1ce Station, 225 First Avenue.
FEEI-S LIKE A DIFFERENT PERSON.
Peruna has cured my stomach and I feel like a
(different person. I only took twelve bottles of Pe
runa and can eat anything without distress, some
thing I bave not done for fifteen years.
I recommend Peruna to everybody suffering with
catarrh of the stomach,
3829 18th t
Columbus, Georgia, J. J. THOMPSON.
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By GERTRUDE EOBISON
FOR ALL FORMS OF CATARRH
Peruna Is Indicated for all forms
of catarrh or catarrhal Inflammation
and congestion of the mucous lin
ings In any part or organ, such as
nose, throat, bronchial tubes, lungs,
stomach, bowels, kidneys, bladder,
etc. It is fine for coughs, colds and
effects of the grip and an excellent
If you want health, Insist upon
having Dr. Hartman's World Fa
mous Peruna Tonic
WRITE FOR THI8 BOOK. .:
All sick and suffering should
write The Peruna Company, Dept.
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sent In a plain wrapper to any ad
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IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM.
Ask your dealer for a Peruna
PRISONERS HAD SCHOOL
London, Jan. 18. (By mail.) Many
civilians who have been interned in
Austria are arriving in London.
While they have many taleg to tell
ef their hardships, they gay ther were
siot so badly treated ti those interned
fa Germany. Many were allowed to
continuo their occupations in Vienna,
-others being sent to country villages,
tmly those who were destitute were
interned In prison camps.
At the village of Karlstein civilians
of all nationalities who wore interned
organized a "university" any man
teaching any subject he knew well,
llore they were able to study motor
engineering and torpedo construction.
and they also had en excellent oppor
tunity for learning various languages.
The German army ig said to be prac
tieally back on a peaco-time basis.
All Choked Up With Catarrh?
Why Continue Makeshift Treatment?
Sprays and douches will never cure: you must drive the disease gorms out
or your diooo.
Splendid rosults have been reported
i ram mo use or a. a. which com
pletely routs from your blood the Oa-
larrn germs, rot which it is a perfect
S, S. S. is sold by nil druggists. If
you wish medical advice as to the
treatment of your own individual ease.
write today to Chief Medical Adviser,
ewm opecuie uo., ucpt Ji, Atlanta,
(latnrrk is annoying enough whon it.
ehokeg up your nostrils and air pass
ages, causing .painful and difficult
lireathing and other discomforts. But
the real danger comes whon it reaches
down into your lungs.
This ia why you Bhould at once real
las the importance of the proper treat
ment, and lose no time experimenting
with worthless remedies which touch
only the surface. To be rid of Catarrh,
inese Are Worthy
Of Your Attention
SLks, Velours, Laces cf Sterling Quaities
At Closing Out Prices.
Novelty Silks (5 1 CEJ
The lot includes plain, striped and plaid Taffetas,
Messahnes and Serge Silks. There are about thirty
patterns of these high class Silks to choose from.
All are inches wide and of splendid quality. The
price is the smallest thing about them as you will
agree upon 5nspecti on. Supply your needs now
at' yard : - $1.65
: Still some good colors in Plain Tussah Silks, 40
indies wme, rejiucea to gcj
VelourCoatirgs Cjjyfl Qr
Reted to yard p&mOD
What could possibly make a finer Spring Coat than
these nchly finished medium weight Velours? There
are mst five pieces left-black, plum, Burgundy
b-aphire and claret. Two other colors were entirely
closed out before we could get this into the papers
proof that the yare more than excellent values at,
Per yard C4Cr-
About sixty different designs in real linen thread
Cluny and Torchon laces. Insertions in cream and
linen colors, 3-4 to 3 1-2 inches wide, to close out as
Up to 15c laces, choice .. .. 5r Yard
Up to 25c laces, choice.....'. :.......10c Yard j
Portland has become the Mecca of
music lovers this week. Miss Beatrice
Shelton and Mrs. Walter Denton left
this morning to attend the matinee
"Borneo and Juliet." With them
wont three of Miss Shelton 's pupils,
Miss Buth Bedford, Mi Bertha Viek
and Miss Lyla Burnauch. They will be
joined this evening for the perform
ance of the ever-loved "Aida" by
Miss Thelma Blessing end Misg Sara
Minsennnor, also pupils of Miss Shel
ton. The P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet
tomorrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. William McGilchrist, -Sr., on
South Commercial street.
Professor Pinley, renowned because
of his marvellous studies) of biri hie
in Oregon, gave an illustrated lecture
last evening in the house of represent
atives. Mr. Pinley ig unrivalled in the
knowledge and understanding of his
subject, and his address last evening
was one of intense interest to all na
Frank K. Sandcrg is among the many
Salem folk who are Portland visitors
today, taking in the San Carlo grand
The granatin; class of .Sacred
Heart academy left this morning for
Marylhurat to be present at the cere
mony this afternoon in which ono of
the class of '18, Miss Anna Berndorf
ner, will take tho veil. The graduates,
Miss C'lnro Winkler, Miss (Blanche Gib
son, Miss Katherine Duranlean and
Miss Marie Russell, by dint of hard
study and extra classes on Saturdays
and holidays, hope to make up the
time they have lost during the enforc
ed holidays, and rccoive their diplo
mas in June.
Professor and Mrs. T. S. Boberts
left this morning for Portland to at
tend "Borneo and Juliet" at the Hel
Madame Winnifred Iugrin Fahey,
who is to be the soloist at the Apollo
club concert Friday evening, is being
elaborately entertained during her stay
in Portland. Mrs. Fahey is one of the
most finished singers who have ever
visited Oregon and is winning golden
opinions at every concert she gives.
Her appearance at the Apollo club con
cert will bo an event of pronounced inf
portanee in musical circles of the city.
Mrs. Paul Hnuser wag hostess at an
afternoon entertainment last Saturday
given in honor of Mrs. Lloyd Hauovr
of Eugone. Mrs. Hauser, who was a
fonmer resident of Snlem has return
ed to her home in Eugene after a brief
visit here. . . .
Mrs. J. S. Austin and daughter, Flor
ence, are attending grand opera in
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Craiir entertain
ed with a delightful party, Monday
evoning, at their home on Court streot
I'rofssor and Mrs. T. a. Boborts and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson being the
The Woman's-Social Circle of the
Central Congregational church, were
tho guests, this afternoon, of Mrs. H.
C. Stover at her home on South Nine-
Charles K. Spaulding of Salem, is
one of tho prominent out of town
guests at the Imperial hotel in Port
Among tho important visitors at the
legislature the first of the week, was
a delegation of prominent Portland
dentists, representing the State Phar
Carl Schulderman and his family are
among tho Salem guestg at the Mult
noranh hotel in Portland.
Mrs. Richard Purdue and little sob
left Monday evening for Law ton, Oklahoma.
Mrs. Jacob Gray Cgmm and smalt
laughter, Carolyn, are sponding ton
lays with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood
ruff at tho Kamm country home, south
of Salem, Mr. hatnm will motor down
for thorn next Sunday.
SENATE VIEWS SALARY
(Continued from page one)
ABLE TO GO DOVN
TOWN FIRST TIME
111 MANY MONTHS
Mrs. Cox s IisproYenien! Since
Taiung iasac Proved A
, "It surely is a Tanlae neighborhood
out wnere l live, for most everybody I
know ia taking it with fine results."
recently said Mrs, Flora Cox, of 1135
vernon Ave, . li, .Portland, in tell
ing of her interesting experience with
the famous medicine.
'fl was in such a bad state of
health," sontiaued Mrs. Cox, "that
for the last three years I wag hardly
able to go out anywhere at all. Soon
after eating anything I would have
stuffy feeling like my stomach was
tilled with gas, and often during the
night my heart would beat so hard and
fast I would simply have to gasp for
breath, and sometimes when going
about the house, I would get so dizzy
and feel so faint and weak that I
wouldn 't dare stoop over because I
was afraid of falling. My nerves were
so upset that I just couldn't stand
any noise or excitement, .and I would
lie awake night after night listening
to the ticking of the clock and feeling
like I would go distracted if I didn't
get some sleep or rest. My joints would
swell and ache with rheumatism till I
could hardly stand the agony, and I
would have such terrible nervons head
aches that many a time I felt like I
would ibe better off dead than alive.
Modicines did me no good and 1 felt
bo lifeless it was all I could do to drag
myself around and I had almost given
up hope of ever getting well.
" Well, now to show what Tanlac has
done for me, my nerves are quieter, 1
have gotten entirely over those terri
ble headaches and I sleep all night
like a baby. That rheumatism is almost
gone, and I am so- much stronger now
that I do a lot of work that I didn't
dare stttempf before. Why just last
week I went up town to do some snoo
ping and it was the first time in many
months that 1 had been able to get
that far from the house and I was
mighty glad to Ibe able to walk around
town again. I expected to get back
home tired to death and ready to drop;
but tho way I kept up was a grand
surprise not only to me but to my
friends as well, for I hardly feli the
exertion at all, I have gotten all this
wonderful improvement from only four
bottles of Tanlae, an4 I am going to
keep on taking it as long as it contin
ues to help me like it has and is still
doing, for I just can't afford to miss
a single dose."
Tanlae ig sold in Hubbard by Hub
hard Drug Co., ia Mt. Angel by Ben
Ooocb, in GeTvais by John Kelly, in
Turner by H. P. tJorneliua, in Wood-i
burn by Lyman H Shorey, in Salem by j
Dr. a C. Stone, in Silverton by Geo. A.
Steelhanuner, in dates by Mrs. J. P.
MoOurdy, in Stayton by C. A. .beau
champ, in Aurora, by Aurora Drug
Store, in St. Paul by Groceteria Stores
Co. Inc., and in Donald by M. W. Johnson.
providing for the appointment of a com
mittee of one senator and two represent
Taft a invitation to address the legis
lature when he visits Oregon February
Another concurrent resolution intro
duced by Senator Orton calls for a joint
session of tho two houses to elect a
commissioner of the port of Portland
to fill a vacancy. ' The resolution was
referred to the Multnomah delegation.
The senate passed senate joint me
morial 11, by Pierce, urging congress to
continue the United States employment
jervice during peaee times. It also
passed senate joint memorial 9, by Dim
ick, urging congress to enact legislation
which will relieve soldiers and sailors
from paying income taxes on their sal
aries. The senate indefinitely postponed the
H. B107. By .Martin. Belating to
the collection 0 f attorneys' fees in con
nection with suits to collect wages..
H. B. 40. By Brunaugh. Providing
that all legal holidays shall be non-ju
H. B. 17. By Burnaugh. Belating to
fee. to be exacted from parties in cir
cuit and county courts.
S. B. 59. By ways and means commit
tee. Bepealing the lw providing for
the care of non-resident paupers.
MABXG THERESA DEAD
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FEBRUARY CLEAN-UP "SPECIALS"
MARKED AT EXTRAORDINARY SAYINGS
Corset covers, lace or Women's Silk Dresses, Women's Wool Sweat-
.embroidery trimmed 48c $12'48' '75 $19'75, ers sliShtly soiled $2-98
Marcella combinations, r t 1 r Women's Fibre Silk
Womens Percale Bun- Sweater5, odd lines .98
galow Aprons $1.48
Women's Lamb Skin
Envelope chemise lace , , n ,, Gloves, broken lots
or embroidery trimmed Women s Georgette $1.48
98c aists-3-98'4-98 Fine Assortment Double
warp bleached bath
Crepe de Chine envelope Women's Lingerie towels
demise $1.98 waists 98c, $1.79, $2.48 25c, 35c, 50c
, Full size heavy weight
Crepe de Chine cami- Women's Gingham Bun- white crochet Bed
soles, . ..98c galow Aprons $1.98 " fflt
House dresses, light and Women's wool dresses Lawns, Organdies, Ba-
. medium percales $16.48, $19.75, $24.75 tistes odd lines at
$2.98, $3.98 $27.50 10c, 15c, 19c, 25c, 35c
GOODLY SAVINGS ON WOMEN'S AND MISSES SUITS AND COATS
U. G. SHIPLEY COMPANY
t QUALITY MERCHANDISE
POPULAR PRICES it
service commission has warned all em
ployes to remain at work.
Renntor Patterson of Polk county is
proper! Liiif to wngn a fight on mem,
and if he cannot uufvat them at least
force on a clnuse referring them to a
vote p fthe people in the districts af
fected. Ho will have the support of
other senators, so there is going to be
something doing when these salary in
creases come up.
Postponed Bill 1'8.
This morning the senate indefinitely
postponed senate bill lit), which pro
vided for the holding of school elec
tiong at the same time as the regular
gencml election. The judiciary, com
mittee reported unanimously against
A big fiitht mav be looked for in the
senate at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
when senate bill 4, by Huston, will.
come up for consideration with a divid
ed report from the committee on revi
sion of laws. The bill was made a spe
cial order for that hour.
The pnrposo of fhe bill Is t0 take
from tho public avrvico commission au
thority to change rate agreements of
public utilit which were made with
municipalities prior to November, 1913,
when the public utilities Jaw went into
A majority report of the committee,
favoring the bill, ig signed bv Senators
I Huston, Pierce, Bhanks and Bt raver,
while a minority report, opposed te the
bill, is signed by Bcnatorg Eddy, Banks
8enntor Orton introduced a rcsolntioa
Copenhagen, Feb. 5. Marie Theresa.
former queea of Bavaria and widow of
"msd king" Otto, is dead, according
to a dispatch received from Munich to
SEATTLE MAYGD SAYS
(Continued from page 1.)
side thedr strike action. Even if the
men remain on the job it is doubtful
if tho ears can operate without en ade-
Qliato THlwer annnlv nlfhoiiBfc Iuvap
uanson asserted tnat emergency work
era Will Ka inatttllt n mnnlw (w.
tioa power, and light. Municipal car
employes Bave been threatened with
discharge if they walk out. The eivil
yidds a delicate
aroma and deli
cious flavor, and
Unions May Break
Taeoma, Wash., Feb, 5. On the
question whether a majority vote of
the Central Labor Council at its meet
ing tonight can bind all affiliated un
ions to a general strike, may depend
largely tho developments in the walk
out set for tomorrow moraine.
There i a possibility, it appeared
today, that the question may cause an
open breach among tba labor unions,
if an attempt is made to f orco a gen
eral strike of those unions whose mem
heirships- have Jvo-tf d against taking
With the Metal Trades unions al
ready out, it is "practically conceded
that the majority vote will favor a
HAM MN NOTES-
(Capital Journal Special Service)
lluict Green, Feb. 5. Miss Euln
Rhodes visited her parents, Sir. and
Mrs. Eli Bhodes, last week.
Joe, the seven yesr old son. of Mr
and Mrs. Joe Bartruff, is in a critical
condition at the Salem hospital.
Ck tries Atwater of Airlie recently re
turned from i ranee visited at the Goo.
Rhodes home lent week.
Miss Violet Wilson spent from Wed
nesday till Sunday at the Cady home
Mr. Boelck and daughter, Mrs. Fred,
have recovered from the flu. Little Le
riov Fred wag still quite ill last week.
Miss Hnldnh tripling is the guest of
Mr. aad Mrs. O. u. Loone.y this week.
Mr. end Mrs. Oh as, Kobow are stay
ing with Frank Johnson so that the lat
ter an care for the children,.
ItJe Joe Bartruff died at 4 o'clock
Mc.utiay morning as a result ef the in
- Rev. F. Fisher rnd daughter, Emma,
and Mrs. Julia Potter were dinner guest
nt the Loonry home Sunday.
Oue of the Japanese is cutting tira-
bti' foi G. G. Looriev.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ravage mourn the
lors of a little granddaughter who died
Im. week ia Washincton.
LEWIS CRITICIZES ;
(Continued from page one)
Fight to WiisF
The Nation demands strong
men strong women and robust
children. Wisdom suggests that
every proper means of safeguard
ing the vital forces and building
up of resistance, be utilized.
affords definite heh to those who
are fighting to win" against
the inroads ot weakness.
Soott'a.-, abundant in tonic
nutrient properties, builds up ,
the body by Nature's methods.
of nations find it necessary to coeree
any nation Iby cutting off its imports
for a time, a navy would be the means
used. But before sueh a step can be
taken it must be approved by the unit
ed public sentiment of the peoples
forming the league. Our navy is for
Borah, who opposes the league be
cause, he declares, it means the grad
ual eradication of national spirit, said
of -General Maurice's statement:
"This is a candid and most intelli
gent statement of a very whole man.
Americ is to underwrite Europe fi
nancially end to police the whole
world by our military force. These are
the obligations which a league of na
tions will impose. The hnndred mil
lions we voted for food is the begin
ning and our boys in Russia arebut
pioneers in policing the world."
(Continued from page 1.)
bert. "If I esn segregate these degen
erates, I can get great results morally
Twenty per ecnt of the boys are degen
erates. About four years ago threo stell eells
were placed in the training school.
when n number of 17 or 18 yerr old
boys were sent np. Mr. Gilbert ka!
never used the cells for punishmtnt pur
poses. "Those colls are a disgrace,"
said Mrs. Thompson who is on the ways
and meang committee." It is our duty
to suggest to the board of control the
removal of these cells." Mr. Kubli
thought othorwise. "I don't know it
hurts 8 boy to be put in a cell over
night. If a boy 17 years old steals an'
auto or is a thief, I don't think ho
should be coddled and put in a parlor."
Tho state lime board end the state lime
plant camo in for some rapid fire re
marks from Senator Lachmund and Rep
resentative Kubli. Kubli said: "Th
sts to. lime plant costs the state mora
money than if it had given lime wanted
to every farmer in tho state. m n
said: "I'm not much impressed with
the business at the lime plant." Lach
mund said: "Shut it down." Repre
sentative Brand was in favor of giving
the plant a chance to redeem itself nnrl
the committee appropriated $10,000 to
get it out of debt and put it in running
order thig fall.
Colds Cause Headaches and Pains
Feverish Headaoheg and Body Pains
eansed from a cold are soon relieved
by taking LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
NINE Tablets. There's only one "Bro-'
mo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signa
ture on the box. 30c.
probably will use it financial resourc
es to help nations. But the American
people should understand that in pledg
this nation to the snppi-rn of the lea
gue. President Wilson did not bind
them to assume the money burdens f
every needy aatioa.
"President wiknta will never eon-
sent to the use of American military
power, permanently or to any great
degree, te make the league a fact.
"The big- navy which Maurice says
is essential to arm the league for ex
erting ecoaomie pressure may be used
for that purpose if at any time cir
cumstances should -ritt which would
make it necessary. Should the league
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Iran
Driirists refund money if PA20
OINTMENT fails to cure Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals.
You can get restful sleep after the
first application. Price 60c.
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