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TEE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1919
USE THIS LAXATIVE!
Dietitian advise "careful dirt," bat tha it trouble
aoma to meat people; physical advise "certain
exercises," wtbch is good if one has both the time and the
iadauation. Doctors advise diet aad exercise mad tntdndnm.
The question is, shall it be s cathartic or purgative toed
seine? Or amid, gentle laxative?
Thousands here dcidd the qaestion to their ova satis
faction by tutcg a consbioatioB of simple isaative herbs
srith pcpiia known to druggists as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. A smaJt dose gives a free, easy movement of the
bowels. It is the best substitute for nature berseif. In fact,
since the ingredients are whoOy from the scgetabie ksngdesa
k stay truthfully be said it is a natural laxative.
Its positive b-tt gentle action oa the bowels makes it aa
ideal remedy for consttpetioQ. The dose is small, and it easy
be taken with perfect safety until the bowrU art regulated and
act again of their own accord.
The druiiht will refund four money U it laila to
do as promised.
r Dr. Caldwell' i
PUCE AS ALWAYS
fa apfe at (natty
Ms a to aja War,
tor aau rfw "ill aaxaita
aaJ sbaorbiaa war
Uses we have aawo
tamed the poe at
wfeidi thm tmnuif bx
atn ha ben arid by
dnatru fc W pa
K yeara. T" Ml
FAIR GROUNDS ROAD
(Coatiaoed frost pJt one)
ajoaaefl at the time aad that so special
agreement had been entered Into by
the council as a bodr and that the fair
greasd road paving went through tbe
eaaneil proceeding just as any other
paring, with So special agreements, Bcr
agreement as to price.
Alderman Wieat thought the subject
should be gone into as tbe people own-
lime Jiffy -Jell is fla
vored with lime-fruit es
sence in a vLsl It makes
a tart, green salad jclL
Jiffy-Jell desserts are
flavored , with fruit-juice
essences, highly con
densed, sealed in glass.
Each dessert tastes like
a fresh-fruit dainty -and
You 'ifl change from
old-style gelatine dainties
when you once try Jiffy
Jen. Millions have
Order from your grocer
10 Flatten, ml Yomr Grocer's
2 Packa;t for 25 Ctmtt
a -la n
ii A Rare Treat Offered
Through Messrs. Parlin and Boyd's visit here in connection with the 1919 PHEZ and APPLEJU ($100,000)
Advertising Campaign to be run in the Saturday Evening Post.
Get a Ticket At Once And Be There!
DINNER $1.00DO IT NOW!
Tickets on sale with the following :
. E. T.BARNES .
D. W. EYRE
P. E. FULLERTON
7h Perfect JL Laxative
FREZ SAMPLES If voa km am aacd
Dr. Ckto4't Srro fi jaw arsd fcr a fcr trial
aottW to Dr. W. EL CaMae. 46 aasma
St.MrxtoaBa.BL M there are babks at kne,
a fcr a copy of Dr. Casters took, Ts
Lara of Bab,."
. , ...
tag property along the road that wis
paved thought an agreement of several
aldermen, as to price, ihould reeeivt
some consideration from the council, general business men's committee are
The matter will be taiea op at another Mrs. A. N. Moores, Mrs. R. P. Boise,
meeting of the eonoeiL jr- Jlr,. c. 8. Paine, Mrs. Delia White,
At the time the fair grounds road mi Mrs. F A Elliott, Mr. B. J. Head
laid, it was thought that the business ricks, Mrs. . Hofer, Mrs. George H.
mea would subscribe 11200. Of this Allien. Mrs. F. 8. Stewart, Mrs. John
amennt 00 waa to be collected by J.
L. Btockton and tamed ore, to the eity
t0 be prorated.
Coat 58 eenta Extra. i
viet. might be ised on grading the
road but this was not done. Then about
the time tba road was laid the weather
conditions were bad aad at the time
there was jot a suspicion that tc
city ' paving plant was not doing effi
With these conditions, tbe paving eort
the property owners 86 cents a square
yeard instead of 60 cents as agreed
when the petition for paving was filed.
At the matter stands, the proceedings
in the council were tegular and the
qnestion before the present eemncil it
whether something can be done for the
propertv owners. Had it not been for
tbe guarantee that 60 eenta would be
the toot of paving, property owners
along that part of the fair grounds
road would rather have beaten the pro
LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS
New York., Mar. 4. -Liberty bonds
were quoted oa the market hero today
at the following prices:
3',i 's 90, off M; first 's 94.00,
off .20; second 4 D3M, up M; first
V, &4.9S, off .02; second 4 Vi
M.0S, off .04; third 4 'a 65.25, off
M; fourth 4 's 93.98, off .04.
JOURNAL WM ADS PAY
Please Read This Announcement
Marion Hotel, Thursday, March 6, 6:30 p. m.
MR. CHARLES COOLIDGE PARL1N
Director Bureau of Commercial Research
MR. WILLIAM BOYD
DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISING
Both of Curtis Publishing Company:
Marketing of Farm Products
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As event unparalleled in the annals
of the rialera saancal world is ached-
uled to take place tomorrow eveein;
at the armory. Never before has sack
a treat been afforded the music loving
public of the Capital eity. Forty
French war veterans, fresh from tie
battle fields of France and Belgium,
ail beans j is their hearts the in'iel-
ible marks of the world straggle, all
wearing a proof of . their valour,
around stripes and distinguished ser
vice medals, will give a concert that
bo one, whatever his station, can well
affrd to miss. The musicians are all
graduates of the Paris Conservatory,
and have become famed throughout
their native iaad as artists of especiaf
worth. Tbeir tour of America ia spon
sored by the leading women of the ca
tion and their visit to Salem, by some
of the most prominent women of the
eitv. Tickets are being disposed of
rapidly aad the chances are, that by
,K ' ; , fh. ',,.
of the be at a premium,
Taa vonen who re assistinf the
Carson, Mr X Baker, Mrs. J. F.
jr a x AWrieh, Mrs X.
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j, JVSIUurj, JJ.1W. a. ju xraavr, Jan aju.ii
J. Try, Mrs. Seymour Jonee, Mrs. Wil-
MGilehrist, Sr., Mrs. W. 8.
For Co ids, Crip
Be sure you get the Genuine
Look for this signature
on the box. 30c.
I'K vi i
(Saturday Evening Post
(Ladies Home Journal
Marion County Men
Mr. Frank Spears. Mrs. James Elvin,
Mrs. Walter Kirk, Mrs. Charles JaiUer
and Mrs. 2fora Aoderson.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry C. Gregg will be interested to
know that Mr. Gregg has resigned his
position at principal of the brass tal-t
ley high school to accept the position j
a federal estate tax inspector in the-,
internal revenue department. His head'
quarters are in Portland. Mrs. Gregg,;
who is teaching the eighth grade in ;
the Grass Valley school, will complete ;
the school term before joining her hut-'
band. Mrs. Gregg will be remembered
as Miss Dora Gray, a former well
known Salem girl and teacher.
Mrs. J. D. Sutherland, a Salem so
ciety matron, is the bouse guest of her
. . 1 . 1 .1 - If.. i 1 1 .5 i
I lister, jura, i au avikuu, ia xun mhu
tais wees, .Mrs. rmmeriana wiu leave
early next week for Los Angeles to
visit her son in-law and daughter, Dr.
and Mrs F. G. Schaefer.
The IEahee Bed Cross auxiliary, en
gaged in making garments for Belgian
babies, will meet with Mrs. Chester
Cox tomorrow afternoon.
A pre-lentea party was "--en last
evening at Sacred Heart academy by
the members of the Junior C. C. to
those of the Senior V. C. The reception
room were elaborately decorated with
ferns and early spring flowers, charm
ingly interspersed with hot house
plants. A delightful program was pre
sented, aad refreshments were served,
games and music forming the balance
of the evening's festivities.
Salem folk who have become ac
quainted with Mrs. L. E. Bean during
her stay in Salem will be grieved to
bear of her return to her home in Eu
gene. Mrs. Bean , is the wife of Repre
sentative Bean of Lane county, wat
the guest of Mrs. O. P. Hoff daring
tbe legislative term, and was the re
cipient of a great many social compli
ments during her brief stay here.
A merry little birthday party was
given Saturday evening in honor of the
tenth birthday of Master Dee Himes.
Games and various forms of amuse
ment constituted the evening's enter
tainment, and delicious refreshments
in keeping with the occasion were srv
ed, Miss Gladys Powell assisting. Ten
little guests enjoyed Master Himes'
Mrs. W. J Harford snd two chil
dren, Maee and Maxine, left yesterday
for Oarion,' Iowa.
The Knights of Columbus were hosts
at a charming dance last evening in
the K. of C. hall on State street. A
ihiihi mnm il ii
and Keep It Up
Get In the habit of drinking a
glass of hot water before
We're not here long, to let's make
oar stay agreeable. Let ns live welt,
eat well, digest well, work well, sleep
well, and look well. What a gloraus
condition to attain, and yet, how very
easy it is if one will only adopt the
morning inside bath.
Folks who are accustomed to feel
dull and heavy when they arise, split
ting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul
tongue, nasty breath, aeid stomach,
can, instead, feel as fresh as a aaigy
by opening the sluices of the system
each morning and flushing out the
whole 'of the internal poisonous stag
Everyone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should, each morning, before
breakfast, drink a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate in it to wash from the stom
ach, liver and bowels tbe previous
day's indigestible waste, sour bile and
poisonous toxins. Tbe action of hot wa
ter and limestone phosphate on an
empty stomach is wonderfully invigo
rating. It cleans out all tbe sour fer
mentations, gases, waste and acidity
and gives one a splendid appetite for
The millions of people who are both
ered with constipation, bilious spells,
stomach trouble; others who have sal
low skins, blood disorders and sickly
complexions are urged to get a quar
ter pound of limestone pnospnaie irom
the drug store. This will cost very lit
tle, but is sufficient to make anyone a
pronounced crank on the subject of in
side bathing before breakfast.
large number of knights and ladies at'
tended making the event one of the
most successful of its kind. This will,
no doubt, be the last affair that the
knights will sponsor until the Easter
Among the recent Portland visitors
was Mrs. W. H. Eldridjfe, who spent
several days in that eity visiting
Mrs. Hal D. Patton and children
were Portland visitors yesterday,
Mrs. C. E. Small, who has been vis
iting relatives in'Albany for the past
few weeks, has returned to her home
Dr. George Kebec, head of the ex
tension school of University of Ore
gon, who lectured here last week, is
giving series of lectures in Portland
at the central library. He will open.
the series with "The conflict of na
tionalities in Europe."
Mrs. Nellie Da Monde, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. liig
gins, started today for her new home
in Montana. She will visit her sisters,
Ruth and Jennie Brown, in Portland
and then 70 to Seattle for a brief visit
therewith her sister, Mrs. H. M. Lin
gerfelter. a a a
W. S. Rem pel of Lash burn, Sask, Can
ada ,who has been in Salem for the
past woei looking up a business loca
tion, left Monday for Laehburn, where
he will have a sale and close up busi
ness prior to returning to Salem with
his children. Mr. Bempel likes Salem
very much and says the weather is far
ahead of winter weather in Sask,
where he loft 36 below sero. Mrs. Bern
pel, .who arrived the latter part of
January has been the gnest of her
sister, Mrs. A. M. Botaein of 351 Xorth
Only One "BEOMO QUININE"
To get the genuine call fnr fnll name
LAXATIVE BROMO QUISfXE Tab
lets. Look for signature of E. W.
GROVE . Cures a Cold in One Day. 30c
TWO EUGENE BOYS
DIED IN ARMY SERVICE
Battery C 65th artillery, to which the
Eugene boys whn arriveo. moiuv ;oktcr
day belonged, suffered a loss of four
men by death from disease. They were
John Hurd, Marion Pennington, Harvey
Palmer and Victor O'Rourke. j
Pennington and Hurd died from pneu
monia at Camp Woodle, Winchester,
England, on April 9, 1918. Both be
came sick on the Mauretania while cross
ihg tbe Atlantic and were sent to hos
pitals. Hurd was a son of -Mr. and Mt.
Clinton J. lluirl, cf Boseburg, formerly
of Eugene.- He s a member of the
oil second crmpany, O. C3. A., which
wus n ei iliyed oa wuly 25, 1917.
I'l nnii gtort wm the son of P. Pen
nington, cf l i ft at. He also was a
mnber ef tbe tetend company, hav
ing joined before war was declared.
l ariri'T Palmer, who dier in Engalnd
Harvey Palmer, who died in England
was a ortlar.d y. Palmer went Into
Battery C when it. was formed from the
old sixth ct'jipany which was from
Cottage Grave. He had joined the
Have you ever observed that some women do
not look well dressed no matter how expensive their
clothes? They seem to lack that something called
Stvle does not come from the clothing one wears,
but from the figure that is underneath the clothing.
Some women naturally
have a stylish appearance.
It is the poise or balance of
the figure that gives the easy
graceful movements when
walking, stooping, turning,
in fact doing anything that
calls for the slightest mus
The foundation of a cor
rect figure is proper poise of
the body maintained by the
means of a properly poised
are poise designed. They are
designed to bring out the la
tent beauty of form which is
every woman's inheritance,
and to add every possible
touch of smartness. There is
a style in a MODART for each type of figure.
A trial fitting of .the MODART Corset, which is
free by our corsetiere, will prove to you their com
fort and distinctly smart style.
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"Where Shopping is a Pleasure' i
The Journal classified ads ar
great favorite with people who
do things Try oaa.
GIRLS! HAVE A MASS
OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR
SOCT, GLOSSY, WAVY
A SmaQ Bottle Destroys Dand
ruff And Doubles Beauty
Within ten minutes after an appli
cation of Danderine you can not find
a single trace of dandruff or falling
hair and your scalp will not itch, but
what will please you most will be after
a few weeks' use, when yon tee new
hair, fine and downy at first yes
but really new hair growing all over
A little Danderine immediately dou
bles tbe beauty of your hair. No dif
ference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw it thru
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time. The effect is amazing your hair
will be light, fluffy and wavy, and
have an appearance of abundanee; an
incomparable lustre, aoftness and lux
uriance. Get a small bottle of Knowlton'a
Danderine from any drug store or toi
let counter for a few cents and prove
that yonr hair is as pretty and soft as
any that it hat been neglected or in
jured by careless treatment that 'a all
you surely can have beautiful hair
and lots of" it if you will just try a
itfl.th comnanv vlwh was full and
wa? imnsfi.rred .0 t!ie sixth.
Victor G'hVurkp, ton of Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. O'li'onrke, wlo formerly lived on
the McKenzic, d ed May 2, 1918, at
I inoget, Vrunee, following an unsuc
cessful operation, tor appendicitis. He
was cork in the, thttcry. .tugene Begis-
The committee of Central Labor
Council has postponed the meeting that
was to have been held Friday night of
this week at Representative hall ont of
respect for the late Governor Withy
combe The mass meeting will be held
at the same place on Friday night of
next week when Hon. Eugene E Smith
of Portland will speak on American
Labor Ideals versus Bolshevism. Mr.
Smith stands for the principle of vol
untary mediation of all differences
growing out of the relation of employ
ers and employes and will be given a
cordial reception at Salem. It will be
the initiation of a campaign for indus
trial stability that is to be extended
over the entire Pacific roast and the
opening gun is to be fired at Salem.
AGAIN IIEDJJP TODAY
Estimated That 16,000 Men
Quit Work At Six O'clock
New York, Mar. 4. New York har
bor was completely tiod up today ty a
strike of the Marine Workers Affilia
tion affecting practically all men em
ployed on harbor and river craft around
this eity. It was estimated that 16,000
quit work at 6 a. m.
Government craft were exempt from
the strike order. Tho rivers and bay
looked deserted, with only a few small
boats visible this morning. Perries
were baited and service on tube trains
quit in sympathy with the boatmen-.
Partial serviee was being maintained
under the river, railroad officials said.
Many Jersey commuters, however, wero
forced to cross the Hudson in launch
es. The strikers have refused to accept
the employers' offer of a compromise
and demand an eisrht hour An.v inerpaa-
es of 30 per cent in the wage seala and?
nme ana a flait tor overtime. .Leaders
of the men declare they cannot ae
eopt the war labor board's award of
an eight hour day without a wage in
crease. EaPECT FIGHT
(Continued from page one)
it was suggested that an old fire horso
might get around too lively at the sound
of the fire whistle.
During the month of February Ui
street department spent $430.66 oa
street repairs, $340.71 on street clean
ing and 1232.63 on sewer cleaning and
repairs, acordingto the report submitted
by Walt S. Low.
The mayor has issued a proclamation
naming Wednesday, March 3, as Tri
color day, due to the fact that tho
French band will play in Saieni on that
Any beverage eontaiuing more than
one half of 1 per cent alcohol will bo
banned by the war time prohibition
act effective July 1.
The excruciating agonies nf rheuma
tism are usually tbe result of failure of
the kidneys to expel poisons from the
system. If the irritation of these uric
acid crystals ia allowed to continue, in
curable bladder or kidney itese may
result Attend to it at once. Don't
resort to temporary relief. The aick
'kidneys must be restored to health by
the use of some sterling remedy which
will prevent a return of the disease.
I Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules immediately. Tbey have
brought back tbe joys of life to count
less thousands of sufferers from rheu
matism, lame back, lumbago, sciatica,
'gall stones, gravel and other affections
-of the kidneys, liver, stomach, bladder
and allied organs.
' They will attack the poisons st once,
clear out the kidneys and urinary tract
nnd the soothing healing oils and herb
will restore the inflamed tissues and
rxini to normal health.
' All others are imitations. Ask for
GOLD MEDAL and be sura tbe name
GOLD MEDAL is on the box Tbre
ises, at all good druggists.