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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY, MXJttH 11. 1919.
When the Baby
Needs a Laxative-
No one knows better than the ever-watchful
mother the natural doctor of the family in
all the small ills that when the baby is out
of sorts it is usually due to indigestion or
It is always well, in any of its illnesses, to
look for this cause. The diet may have to be
changed, but before good can result from it,
the bowels must be moved.
The mother has the choice of many medi
cines cathartics, purgatives, bitter-waters,
pills, physics, etc. But the little body
doesn't need such harsh remedies for they
wrench the system and do only temporary
good, so often followed by an unpleasant
A better plan ! to employ a mdd, gentle
laxative of which only a little is required.
There is a combination of simple laxative
herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under
the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin that
thousands of mothers have used successfully
for baby's constipation and its accompany
ing ills, such as belching, wind colic, rest
lessness, sleeplessness, etc
The nursing mother will also find It ideal
for herself, and it is especially important that
she be free from constipation.
Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to do as prom
ised or the druggist will refund the money.
Thousands of cautious families have it in
the house, secure against the little ills.
The Perfect il Laxative
PRICE AS ALWAYS
In tplte of greatly Increased laboratory cottt due
to the War, by aacrtneing profits and absorbing war
tain we have maintained the price at which this
family laxative ha been sold by druggiltt for the part
26 yean. Two siKt SOc and Jl.UU.
If you have never used Dr. Caldwell'- Syrup
Pepain tend for a free trial bottle to Dr. W. B. Caldwell,
468 Washington St., Monticello, III. If there are
babies at home, ask for a copy of Dr. Caldwell's book,
"The Careef Baby."
BRUSH C(MEGE NEWS
(Capital Jouru::l Spoeiul Service.)
Brush College, March 11. The J'ar
t'nt -ITeachor usoniution lmd. a yut to
scalier noting tit their iust meeting unci
ti . very oiijjiyubio evening was spout.
iii'l'wtumK'Uts trf winners und sauerkraut
wore served. .Every one coiuy back to
Hie .lA'Xt meeting mid bring someone
with, you. The next meting will be tho
third i'liilay in iiaivli, Let eiltdi 0110
do tlifir best to make these meetings a
couiui unity success.
Tim liiuuli College ili'ljcrs meet with
WrssC. A. Park two weeks ago and re
oiuniiiiieU for the yeur, Thero irora
(uiie. a number of Indies present. Tlio i
club, will meet oneo u iuo.i,tli with Mrs.!
Park for Bible study and onco a month
wit It the oilier ladies t0 new or quilt.
All the ladies are invited to como.
Conic and meet with one another in a
Brush College lias lung been noted
for h-r Iio9iilullly. Mow that the wur
in over let us gut Illicit I o our vopulu
tion of having tho. best time in tho
mate. ," ., " , :
i'Jrnest C'hitliek of tho artillery div
ision arrived in Balem. Monday lroiu
France and Thursday ho called on Mr.
Mid Mrs, V. C. Uniiey, also Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Chlttlek tells some very Interest
ing stories about tho war. Wo uro glad
lie returned safe and sound.
W. A. llniley recently received a let
ter from liia bnther A. 0. Bailey of the
90th division of the army of occupa
tion in (lerniauy. Mr. .Bailey is cook
and says the ovens tiro largo enough
to cook a quarter of a beef in ut a
tune. He said he did not have much
to doonly 163 men, to cook for at pros
cut. House wives think thoy have a
hit when they have eight or ton to do
for.ycs three or four.
ftir. and Mrs. 1). M. Ebey spent tho
week end in Portland last week.
Mr. A, It, Kwiug is the proud pos
sessor of mi auto, R Mitchell.
Mr, ft'ld Mrs. Francis Miler havo
jmrclmsod a new car, a Ford. -.
Elmer Bmitli has went to work for a
Mr. Cruwford of Spring Valley. Elm
er has worked on the Wallace ranch for
number of years and It seems lono
tvmie. not to see him, but we wish him
tniccesn in his new place.
Mr, mid Mrs. 0. 11. Hniitli linvo com
pany from Iowu. We have, not learned
their n nines.
Mrs. Huell and daughter, Mrs. Arnold
Smith, culled on Mrs. W. A.. Bailey j
Mrs. W. E. Hull und children of.Tef-1
(Vrson Wuv spent several iU:y;i with
Mrs. Ball's brother, W. A. Bailey, tho
Andrew Hedges of Seattle, Wash., is
visiting his. Bister, Margaret liodj;:s.
Their mother, Mrs. Hedges, is seriously
ill ut tho T. B. Hun'ioriuin.
K KEEP.' IT SWEET
Keep youi ctomach sweet
today and ward off the indi
gestion of tomorrow -try
g. & ' attii te
trie new aid to digestion.
As plcaoant and an safe to
talc? as candy. ;
MADS BY SCOTT A HOWNS
MAKERS OP SCOTT'S EMULSION
MT. ANGEL LOCALS
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Mt. Angel) Mar. 11. Julius Kern
nierecki formerly of Mt. Angel, recent
ly received his discharge from the ma
rines, stationed at Newport, H. I. He
visited friends here a few days.
Mr, Pro ii go and Leo Oier were Sim
day visitors ut heme. ,
Mis Agnes Bran key and Miss Rita
Mickol left for Portland today, where
Ihey intend to work for several months
Sylvester Smith, mayor of St. 1'i.ul,
spent ISunilny with his mother and
Mrs. Weidingcr'a brother is visiting
Monday, Aloys May loaves for east
ern Oregon to agaiu take up his work
Lawyer Brown of Salem was here
on -business Sunday.
Otto. Oswald, who ha received bis
digc.hnitgn, returned home Sunday from
Ounip Lewis. His sister, Anna, accom
panied him from Portland.
Lawrence and George Rolhctiiflueh
of the marines, are on a furlough frota
tho radio station at Lemon Grovo, Cal.
Paul ilackbolz left for California
last week to join the marines.
Bernnrd Ma'ancy of ( amp Lewis vis
ited hi Lriiiul, Kd l.'nger, last week.
On" Tuesday evening; ' Lieutenant
Charles (,'nghlau, thru the invitation
of Hie Kniglils cf C olumbus, gave as
interpbli'i ,t aocount of his experiences
in France. He spako in tho parish hall
to a large nv.dic.nrc.
Wundny, Mrs. Warren Gould of Seat
tle, jiRvu n nnrprio 'parly for Mr. and
Mrs. .hie.uli B.'rcliNtld. " ' t
Mi,', and - Mrs. Bruno Siiulli havo
moved i.o t He house vaeaied by Dr.
llt.riuud Travis and Bernard Weis,
accompanied 'by Ed. T'nger, took a pleas
uro trip to Silverton Sunday afternoon.
Louis Plilman, after boarding at the
college for several weeks, is Blaying
at home and attending the coljego as
a day s.-holar.
Quickly Ended by a Pie'saut, Healing
The tittle Hyomei inhaler is made
of hard ru'bbor and can easily be car
ried in pocket or purse. It will ast a
Into this inhaler you pour a few
drops of maigical Hyomei.
This is absorbed by the antiseptic
gnuzo within and now you are ready to
breatho it in ovet tho germ infested
membrane where it will speedily ibegin
its work Of 'banishing catarrhal germs
Hyomei is made of Australian eucalyp
tol combined with other antiseptics
and is very pleasant to breathe.
It is guaranteed to banish catarrh,
Itronehitis, sore threat, croup, coughs
and colds or money back. It often
cleans out a stuffed np head in two
Sold by T). J. Fry and druggists ev
erywhere. 'Coinploto outfit, including inhaler
and one buttle, of Hyomoi, costs 'but
little, while extra bottles, if afterward
needed, may be obtained of any drug
gist. Mrs. Catherine Martison, for 4H
years a resident of Coos Bay, is dead
at Marshf ield, aged 0 years.
Three farms west of Vadler, Wash.,
have been leased to a company of men
who will open up a coal mine.
Two big ihings about
L Grape -Nuts .
arc -wonderful flavor
But you can det a better
idea of Grape -Nuts by
eating, it than you can
by reading about it.
Sold by Grocers Everywhere
MV III SIBERIA
Arthur V. While Writes Inter-
Letter From North
Mr. ard Mrs. J. F. White, 1566 north
Commercir.1, have rccntly received a
long letter from their son, Arthur V,
White, who is now stationed with the
American marines at VladivstocK, Si
beria. He enlisted about a year ago,
served for ten month,, at Marc Island,
went from there to Hoi.olulu with the
trnasport Sherman, and later was sent
on to Siberia to help out the Huns
from that region. Ho says in part:
"We aro now located in the Y. M. C,
A, headquarters, which is about tho only
warm place in. town. Of all the places
I have sen this has tho whole world
beat in somo rospects. They havo noth
ing but paper money here; one never
sees any silver or gold. Yesterday
money was eight and a half rubles on
the dollar; today it is ui.-jo and a half.
Every day it varies from ono to four
"We havo taken pictures of nearly
everything of any interest and will send
all of them to you from Cavite. You
would hardly believe the way the ocean
freezes horo unless you could see it.
Wo were a day late getting into PO't
because the lco Was so thick we had
to havo boats go ahead and break it.
I'eoplo were sending within a few feet
of tho ship while wo were, brenking
through. A person would hardly think
the suit water would freeze two toet
and a ha'f thick but we were in that
kind of ice for more than a day before
wo got in. '
See Some Sights.
Geel I wish you folks could sec some
of tho sights here and in Japan. It is
some sights, believe me. We have just
bceu to a good show and had a grand
time, with plenty to eat. Tho fellows
all stick- around the Y. M. C. A. be
cause it is tlways warm and everybody
"There are three foriegn battleships
here o.ae American, British and Japan
ese each besides all tho Busian sliips,
and they are all fvoozo in. There are
u lot of American soldiers stationed here
and none of them Mike the place
There are abjo a lot; of sailors from the
battleship Brooklyn.', To mo thi3 i? sure
a' trout, and I only wish I was going
further, though I prefer anotner ship.
"While in Kobe. port I got acquainted
with a Japanese girl who had been in
England and tho United States and
could speak good English. She was one
of the most charming womanly foreign
ers 1 have ever met with.v She dresses
in English clothe and has nothing to
do with tho Japs .iit, nil. While there
she invited me and my freinds to hei
houso and wo had ono grand time. She
wtvs some cook and gavo us a monl that
wo will never forget, ai.il we spent a
lot of time talking over places she had
visited. She did so hate to 8oes me
leave, and down at tho ship she kissed
me on both cheeks and gave me her ad
dress so I could write to her.
' To go to Nagasaki.
It is rumored that wo will go from
here to Nagasaki and then come back
with a load of coal for tho Brooklyn,
but wo cannot tell. We expect to go
then, to Manilla, which i8 only three
days from Nagasaki,, so we will soon
hit warm weather.
This town has the marks of tho Kusso
Jap war left. Thoro is a Japanese
battleship stationed here that was cap
tured by tho Russians, They nave no
uso for tho Japs here. I havo seen
many of the Cossacks hero und they
look just like they aro shown in' tho
pictures. It is all vory interesting hero
but I imagine it would get very old
if a fellow had to stay any length of
timo. It sure is cold outside, and I
wouldn't walk around tho block for $5.
Am goine to sit by tho fireplaco for a
while and then go to bed. Will write
again from Nagasaki.
Yours as ever,
Students Of Psychology
Detect Criminal Traits
Moscow, Idaho, Mar. 11. Students
of Dr. Reed's phychology courses at
the University of 'Idaho have proved
themselves successful detectives. They
were given the problems of determin
ing which of a group of 12 persons
worn ' mi iltv. " Tr una known, that six
of them had committed a ''crime,"
and it was up to tho students to deter
mine which ones.
The suspects were subjected to an
ordeal that only lucked tho severity
of the third degree. Following tho as-
av.intii'n niiVffcn.l mndrt famftllH ItV thC
psychologists, Jung and Munsterborg,
each of tho 12 suspects responded to
each word pronounced by the examin
er, with the first word that came into
hU mind. The class recorded the re
sponse, and the reaction timo, or the
number of seconds that elapsed be
tween stimulies and response. There
were 50 words in the list, half of which
wore crucial and Telated to the circum
stances of tho crime. It mattered not
how trivial the misdemeanor may have
been, the criminal's guilt was unmis
takably brought to light.
Eclieve Radical Eement
Wcis'd Overthrow Government
Washington, Mar 1(1. ''Radical ele
ments in the United States are united
in the plan to overthrow the Ameri
can government by bloody revolution
Mid set up a bolshevist republic," ac
cording to mpmornn'dum submitted
today to the senate committee investi
gating bolshevism by Solicitor Lamar
of the postoffice department.
The memorandum said that for the
first time the anarchists, I. W. W.'s and
bolsheviki have made common cause
under the name of ' bolsheviki " for
this one purpose,
Lamar submitted clippings from a
Guaranteed to satisfy
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All smoking tobaccos
use some flavoring. The
nica says about the man
ufacture of smoking to
and in America certain
'sauces' are employed
...the use of the 'sauces'
is to improve the flavour
and burning qualities of
the leaves." Tuxedo uses
chocolate the purest,
most wholesome and de
licious of all flavorings!
Everybody likes choc
olatewe all know that
chocolate added to any
thing as a flavoring al
ways makes, that thing
still more enjoyable.
That is why a dash of
chocolate, added to the
most carefully selected
and properly aged bur
ley tobacco, makes
Tuxedo more enjoyable
" Your Nose Knows. 99
Try This Test: Rub a little
Tuxedo briskly in the palm of
your .hand to bring out its full
aroma. Then smell it deep
its delicious, pure fragrance
will convince you. Try this
test with' any other tobacco
and we will let Tuxedo stand
or fall on your judgment
"Your Nose Knows"
Have you tried Tuxedo in the New Tea Foil
Package? It has many advantages Hand
ierfits the pocket No digging the tobacco
out with the fingers, Keeps the pure fra
grance of Tuxedo to the last pipeful. Not
quite as much tobacco as in the tb, but-1 Oc.
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
jp Guaranteed by
w McoasosMfreo - ' i"'f!
large number of newspupers, many ofj
mum priuieu in lureigu iHiiguues IV IF $
bear out his contentions. These news
paper extracts, together with Lanjar's
memorandum, aro to be put into tlu
record of the investigating committee.
To Use German Helmets As
Trophies In Victory Loan
Washington. Mar. 10. Eighty five
thousand German helmets, purchased by
the treasury department as trophies in
the victory loan drive, will bo shipped
here from New York tomorrow. The
war department sold the helmets to
Frank R. Wilson, publicity director for
the loan for $1.00.
1 ' 1 a
California pa'pital's's will raise $1,
000,000 to build the 70 mile Roesevclt
Yosemito concrete highway between
Meered and El Portal
Deals In Real Estate
sic ivuia su tifeui jUtHtuc :(
Bogy's Mustarine contains true
yellow mustard and where inflam
mation or congestion is indicated
it more than takes the place of the
good old fashioned plaster or lini
ment of days gone by. It cannot
blister and there are no disagree
able fuuieg to irritate the nose and
Just rub it on that's all. TTso it
to stop headache, backache, ear
ache and neuralgia, Bub it on those
tortured rheumatic joints for bles
sed relief no lo.-al application can
take its place.
Always in the yellow boi. Be sure
to ask for Bogy 's Mustarine.
J. T. Potter to Louise A Kennedy,
lot 1, bloek 2, Mill City.
F. A, Turner to Miirion Z. Deppen,
lot 11, block 1, Broadway addition, Sa
lem. F. M. Hicks to Herman Hicks, lots
7 and 8, block 1, Hicks addition, Wood
burn. E. S. 'Comstock to Claude P. Slatle.
lots 11 and 12, block 2, Cowings addi
Marion Realty Co. to David Hutchi
son, west half of lots 1, 2 and 3, block
7, Oak Lodge addition, Salem.
Susanna Heist to Yaget Bros., lot 5,
block 11, J. Myers addition, Salem.
P. L. Branch to H. Pohle, part of
lot 4, block 70, Salem.
Sarah Hovendon to F. A. Pook, lots
1 and 2. block 4, Hubbard.
F. N.' Gilbert to Sarah Hovenden,
lots 1 and! 2, block 100, Hubbard's ad
Rosa Elliott to Orpha Ellrott, lot 13,
Smith's 'Fruit farms, No. 2.
G. W. Whitney to Hosea Springer,
lot 8, of Whitney acrrs.
Eleanor Emery to Gladys Emery, 240
acres in E. F. Colbv elai'm, T. 2S B. 7
D. H, Bodine to Ezra C. Hart, 55
acres in section 18, 10-2 W.
! W. C. Winslow to E. T. Matthien,
! north half of lots 5 and 6, flock 5,
i G. D. Trotter to W. C. Winslow,
j north half of lots 5 and 6 block 5,
F'rancis Feller to M. W Myers, tract
; 3, . Fellers subdivision
I John Etter to Fred Schln,e. 7P44
acrc9 in J Leslie claim, township 26-
Adam Snyder to Fred Schlag, 5 acre
in G. Leslie vclaim, section 2ti-r3 Vv
W. D. Salisbury to Marion county, 1
acre in J. M. Morris claim, section 9-9-2
SAYS HOT WATER
FROM THE LIVER
Everyone should drink hot water
with phosphate In 1
To fed la fine Hi'nm.i4.i r,f
die, w must keep the liver washed clean,
'almost every morning, to prevent its
ponf-lik pores from clogging with In
digestible material, sour bde and pois
onous toxins, says a noted physician.
If you get headaches, it's your liver.
If yon catch cold easily, it's your liver.
If yon wake op with a bad taste, furred
,toiftue, nasty breath or stomach b
ieomes rapcid. It's your liver. Sallow
(kin, muddy complexion, watery eyes
jail denote liver uncieanllness. Yirar Uver
Is the most important, also the most
bused and neglected organ of the body.
Fw know its function or how to release
he damtned-up body waste, bile and toi
ns. Most folks resort to violant rado
ns, which la a dangerous, salivating
ihsmical which can only be used occa
donally because it accumulates in th
tissues, also attacks the bones.
Every man and woman, sick or well,
hoold drink each mtrntng before break
ast, s glass of hot water with tea
poonful of limestone phosphate in it, to
ash from the llVer and bowels the prevl
las day's indigestible material, the pois
mt, soar bile and toxins; thus cleansing,
iwesteaing and freshening the entire all-;
nentary canal before putting more food
nto the stomach. ., ;
Llmeston phospl.i lies not restrict
he diet Ilk ealomtl, bWnse it can nof
altais, for it Is karmlsH and you eta
t anything afterwards. It la btnel
It and almost taatalau, and any phar
aaeUt will sell yon a quarter BOta&Y
rblcft Is suffidtnt for a demonstration
Lhsw hot water and Hmestont phoJ
ft titans, stimuUtM and fmh ;
h OVt, SstMsg yon feeling fit day W
iai 4f ut
' UPaM adverttoemea