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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919.
For Rheumatic Agony,
Lumbago and Neuralgia
No Choking, Blinding Fumes Accompany Its Use Con
tains Real Mustard.
The pain of rheumatism and gout Mustarine In the house, because it stops
the. swelling the soreness are reliev- jhoadache, earache, toothache and back
ed quicker by Begy's Mustariuc than ache in half the time it takes ordinary
fcy any liniment or plaster. remedies.
When you begin to feel those occa- It's simply wonderful how quickly
!cnal paijis in the chest, with tight-lit ibrings relief in neuralgia, neuritis,
ness and soreness, the 'best thing to. Sciatica, lumbago,
on Jkgy '
While for strains, sprains, sore mus
cles, cramps In legs, stiff neck, in-
you i flamed and frosted feet it is without
do right away is to rub
Thn chances are it will
from pleurisy, bronchitis and perhaps i an equal,
neumonia. A. small box costs but a trifle and
Mustarine (Bogy's) is the original' will Ao the work of 50 mustard ptast
tnustard preparation compounded to ers.
take the 'place of muslard plaster. Bo sure it'siBep-'s Mustarine al-
It is better than any mustard pka-ways in the yellow box. .,
.ter far better for it has twice thei
strength and can be kept on until air
inflammation, soreness, aches Bnd pains,
have disappeared. j
And it cannot blister not even (no
Yon ought to have a box of Begy's
Court House Notes
A mandate from the supreme court
was filed yesterday in the county eourt
in the case of A. W. Giescy against the
county of Marion. The opinion of the
supreme court was-that there was no
error as alleged and that the decision
of the lower court be affirmed. A. W.
Giesey was the appellant. The opinion
was handed down several months ago
but the mandate was only filed yester
J. Kicks, Walter Johnson and Lyman
Shorey have been appointed appraisers.
A bond for $5000 has Ixen filed by
Matilda Graff, cs administrator of the
estate of O. E. Kache.
Gustav Adolph Woestefell is having
trouble with his name, even if he was
born hi this country, in the state of
Wisconsin. He lives at Woodburn and
in a petition filed before ino muuty
court, states that evefl his most inti
mate friends have trouble in not only
spelling his name, but in pronouncing
it right. Hence he asks the eourt for
the legal right to change the word
Wocstcfold to Westfield. The eourt or
dered that the usual notice of change
of name be published four weeks in a
Woodburn paper and then a hearing
will be held before tht eountry court
and if everything is all right, the spell
New Patterns are in acd Coming. Here are just a few
. tht kve arrived
No. 421 African Brown Pump, Cuban heels. $6.00
No. 328 African Brown Oxford, Cuban heels....$6.50
No. 437 Tatent Pumps, French heels $6.00
No. 341 Patent Pumps, French heels l.....$6.50
No. 436 Patent Pumps, Cuban heels ....................$5.00
No. 404 Black Glazed Kid PumpFrench heels $7.00
No. 505 Black Glazed Kid Pump, Cuban heels,...$6.50
No. 344 Patent Oxford, French heels $6.50
No. 316 Black Glazed Kid Oxford, Cuban heels $6.50
No. 317 Black Kid Oxford, school heel..... $4.85
After a married life of 39 years, di
vorce proceedings have been instituted
by George T. Mason against Emma V.
Mason. They were married in 1880 ft -ma cnd change of name will be legally
Aurora, Nebraska, and in January ofgrantcd.
19ft, she deserted. Hence he asks fori
a divorce. The Mllntv mnrt tin. dnin notiftnnai!
I by administrators F. B. Decker and
In tho county court, the date for theip. e. TalliBter f,., thn Wnl r,rht tn
hearing in the matter of the estate of rpai egtate belonging to the estate of
Henry Slough, was originally set for Earl Wood, deceased, wh0 lived a Sil
M&rch 20, but by a new order, the date;yCrton. The petition states that per
has been postponed to March 31. 80nai property amounting in value to
' ' 12.(!20S(1 h1 luun antil hut that lnhta
In the matter of the estate of Nelson Ji immHiKT toW
B. Doud who died Dcc. i, 191S, Esther remained. The administrators ask the)
E. Dowd was appointed executrix. Le- w.1 .,. ,i, . u,, .itnmi.ii
land F. Doud was appointed executor valued at $1000 and three tracts of land!
in the will, but as he j .i the army and;of a total vauc of $23,000. Earl Wood!
iKciy lo locate m wasnington, JLstncr was survived by his widow ami B gon
c. uoua was appointed to care ror tne aso n years.
cstute which is estimated at $1300. R.
Baby Doming To
Tha Wonderful Event That Will Bring
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WON'T OIVB TIP DALMATIA
i. Budapest, March 21, Gabrloie u'An
juiuaio, Italian poet andurmy aviator,
a 'Akii.i . niuii' 'Bniiwr'-tiin".
A Nutritious Diet for All Acies.
Pu'clt Ltinch; Home or Office,
OTHERS r IMITATIONS
interviewed by the Home correspondent
of Awst, declared Italy would fiht to
"Italy will never renouuee Duliim
tia,',' D'AnnunKio was quoted as saying.
"Another war is possible if an attempt
is mailo t0 taree It.alv to relinquish her
claims. Personally, I am ready to of
fer my lifo for every siouo in this latin
Hoeent Paris dispatclivs said a tenta
tive compromise had been arranged
whereby Italy would renounce her
claims to Dnluiatift in return for an un
disputed title to Plume.
Are yon looWng forward, dear propfiectlvfl
mother, to the wonderful, glorious tfmo
when you shall hold In your nrun the littto
nlte. which Is of your nesb and Lloo,!,
with fccllnra of misgiving?
Kow Is the time t get In condition to
meet tho crisis, and three generations of
women hnvo found in tha time-honored
preparation, Mother's Friend, a Grateful,
penetrating remedy to prepare tlielr syctcms
ta witlistaud tho hcc!i.
The oetlon cf Hits famous remedy la to
relieve tension on drawn nerves, corils, ten
ilons nnd ligaments, to relieve strain and
discomforts, such as Hansen, nervousness,
bearing-down nnd BtTetchliiir pnlns. By
regular use durlns the period tho musolea
expand easily wheu babf is born; pain
and danger at the crisis Is naturally less
nnd tlte hours are fewer. Da not neglect
the uie of Mother's Friend. It Is for ex
ternal application only. Is absolutely safa
and wonderfully effective.
Writs the Bradfleld Regulator Company,
Dept. N, Lamar Building, Atlanta, Georgia,
for their Motherhood Book, and obtain a
bottle of Mother's Friend from the drug
tore. It Is Just as standard as anything
you can think of.
LOWER STEEL PRICES
(Continued from pago one)
A buifding and loan ossrctalinn with
a capital of 4,000,000 is being organ
Uud at Vancouver to assist in the hous
Motor Car Sale
Now beinr conducted at Vancouver Barracks,
. Vancouver, Washington, by the
United States Spruce Production Corporation
Motor trucks 1 1-2 to 5 ton, $1,000 to $4,200.
Trailers, 2 1-2 to 5 ton, $400 to $1,000.
Fords 100 to $450,
Also a few1 passenger cars of other makes. All
cars carry prices plainly marked. Come and see and
For Further information address Auto
mobile Dept. Sales Board, United States
Spruce Production Corporation, Yeon
Iiu;Id!ii, I'ortland, Oregon.
for the steel men.
The prices so far announced by tho
Basic pig iron, reduced to $25.V5 per
gross ton, ($4.25 reduction); four inch
billets to 38.50 gross ton; two inch bil
lets t0 42 gross ton; merchant bar to
2.35 cwtj plate to 2.65 cwt; sectional
steel to 2.45 cwt.
The reduction on billets amounts to
5 per gross ton, while on bars, plate
md structural stool, the reduction is 7
per net ton, iron prices wore not cut, ac
cording to Gary.
TO HAVE CLEAN
Bright Eyes, Gear Complexion
lake ramous Springtime
Tonic And Blood Purifier
Three timos a week for three weeks,
brew yourself a ieup of Celery King
and drink it just befcre rotiring, Uive
it to tho children, too, You'll be sur
prised how gently yet effectively
creates a normal action of tho ibowels,
clcunsiug and strengthening of the
system, banishing Wimples, scrofula
and other blood disorders. Celery
King keeps the blood pure and rich
by freeing the system of all waste
Not alone do you save money but
you get all the flavor that only
Home-canned foods can give you.
In addition, there it the uncommon
satisfaction you get in eating the
foods you've gro.wn yourself.
It's no trick to have a garden and
to raise all the varieties of vege
tables your family likes.
But b wra to start right br planting
MORSE'S CALIFORNIA SEEDS
ckaowUdgtd by experts "bert is tha
world.' Acclimated to the Pacific Cout
TiiM-to-ntm and ol lirooi vitalily,
M CtliftrnU FlrmtT tni FettM
SttJt art uld ly ittltn tvtrjwktrt
Lasnch Prpsecuiicn Of
Siattie, Wash., March 21. With the
jury selected, the prosecution's uitack
hiunelicd and the defense rt-Mimg its
statement, the trial of G. M. "Bert"
Buttorwprth, undertaker, is continuing
in Judge Jeremiah Neterer's depart
ment of tho United States district court
Butterworth, manager of E. E. But
tcrworth & Sons, one of the largest un
dertaking establishments in the north
west, is charged with profiteering from
the government and parents of dead
sailors and mr.rines on coffin sales and
From yesterday morning at 10 o'clock
until late afternoon, examination of ve
nircmcii for the jury occupied tha at
teution- of the court. The room was
jammed with people, who patiently
waited for something to ''turn up.
The most exciting incidents were occsr
sional admonitory sentence from Judgo
Netercr to a venireman.
The examination of the veniremen
was done with microscopic detail by As
sistnnt District Attorney Bon L. Moore
for the prosecution, and Attorney Wil
mon Tucker for the defense. Thirty
three men wore examined before both
sides decided the body was qualified to
render a fair and impartial verdict.
Series Of Conferences To
Brfog Prices Dawn Begins
. Wusliangton, Mar. 19. With the aim
of bringing down war prices-, the gov
ernment today began a series of con
feronees with tho various industries.
Today's conference is with the now
industrial beard and the isteel men
headed by Judge Gary and Charles M
Schwab. The expected Tesult is a new
schedulo of stool and iron prices much
lower than the present price and prob
ably somewhat above the pre-war fig
ure. Tables of the board show that steel
and iron average about 120 per cont
nigner tnan in
Tho -plan of the board, which the
stool men have terita'lively agreed to
is to maka one reduction that will
stand for some time. o that the users
of steel will foel safe in going amead
with large purchases. The steel men
aro preparing a new schedule to submit
to the board, and if ithig is approved
all government purchases will be made
at the figures sifbrnimca, inciuiung tne
largo amount of steel needed tor raa
road work which ig about 35 pex cent
of tho output.
Twelve steel kiiv were expected for
todnv's conference. They are E. H.
Gary, Charles M. Schwab, James A
Parrell, A. V. Dinoy, Eugene C. Graco,
.Mm A. Topping, li. cl. ISlocK, James
B. Burden C H. McCullough. Jr., A.
C. ttal'ton, A. C. Houston and William
Britsh Take Steps Toward
Making Trans - Atlantic
Fiight With Big Airplane
London, Mar. 19. The Bntish have
taken first steps toward making a
trans-Atluntic airplane flight. The
Mail announces that a socrotly built
375 horsepower planewith a pilot and
navigator has been shipped to St. Johns
N. 1, to sturt from there witiun a
few dav. on a voyage over the Atlan
tic. The pilot ia understood to be Har
ry . Hawker, an Australian, with
wide experience in long distance non
stop flying. Commander Mackensie
Girve as bing sent along as navigator.
The fliaht is 'bein? planned from
New Foundland to Ireland because of
the favorable wind which at this sea
son of tho yenr blows strongly from
west to east at a certain artuuno. inp
British contestants believe this (9(le
wiiT aid greatly in making the propos
ed flight a success.
We Don't Cut - the P
But We Cut toe Prices
The policy of the People's Cash Store is big sales with small profits,
which is better than small sales with large profits. We are getting daily mar
ket bulletins and if there is any decline in market prices, we are' the first to
give you the benefit of it. Please remember we always sell at the lowest
prices in the line of Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. But our Sat
urday specials are always surprising the public Our specials for Saturday,
and will continue Monday are as follows: "
Olympic and Snow Drift flour $2.90 Head Rice, per pound 9c
Fisher's best hard wheat flour $2.75 Broken Rice, 4 pounds 25c
Valley flour : $2.55
10 pounds Pancake flour 65c
10 pounds Corn Meal Yellow and
10 pounds Oat Meal 69;
White Beans, 2 pounds 15c
Lima Beans, 2 pounds 25c
Macaroni in packages- 8c
Macaroni in bulk, 2 packages 17c
2 big packages Cream of Barley....35c
30 per cent reduction in all kinds of Coffee. Below the wholesale price. A
PREMIUM OF 1 POUND OF ANY KIND OF COFFEE FREE WITH THE
PURCHASE OF 10 POUNDS OF COFFEE.
CANNED GOODS .
Armour's and Libby's milk, can....l4c Del Monte's Pork and Beans, tall
Sweet Corn, per can 15c . can 14c
Carnation and Borden's milk, can 15c Clams, tall cans 18c
Good quality Green Peas, can 15c Table Pride Salmon, tall cans 17c
Standard Brand Tomatoes, can....l5 . Libby's, 2 1-2 pound can dill
Pineapples, per can 23 . pickles 19c
All kinds of Nut Margarine Butter, per pound "... L..34c
Peanut Butter in Bulk, 2 pounds 30c Raisins, per package lie
big Deduction in cooking oil in cans, bottles or in bulk,
also big reduction in lard, crisco, shortenings and com
pound. ten per cent reduction in all kinds of syrups
Six bars White Flyer soap :.25c $1.75 brooms 75c
Crystal White, per bar .-. 5c Mop Sticks .....15c
EVERYTHING IN THE GROCERY LINE IS REDUCED
Selected onions, per pound ..3c
Burbank potatoes, per sack $1.45
Fresh eggs, per dozen .......36c
Alaska best herring, 6 for. 25c
We have just received from the East an enormous stock of Men's and BoyV
Clothing and Furnishings. We can assure you it will be profitable to buy
them here. ,
Sacrifice sale in Men's and Boys' Overalls in the Everwear and Other
Brands. This material is heavy weight and will last as long as three ordinary
pairs. $1.49 and up.
Big Sacrifice Sale in our Dry Goods and Shoe Department with a reduc
tion in our present prices of 35 per cent. -
' Also Big Bargains in all kinds of Tennis Shoes and Slippers.
- Please remember you will save money at every step.
We are giving FREE PREMIUM COUPONS with the purchase of each
dollar in our store, which are valuable in securing Glass and Silverware civl
Hundreds of other items.
BE SURE TO VISIT OUR PREMIUM DEPARTMENT.
Management of The
People s Cash Store
186-194 N. Commercial St.
C C MORSE 8c COhIHf
SEEK TO INDICT DR. WILKIN3
ATincola, N. Y., Mar. 19. Charles
Weeks, district attorney of Jassau
eounty, today went before tho grand
rjury here to seek an indictment against
ilr. W. K. Wilkins, for the' murder of
his wife on February 27.
Tho Nassau police force has been
augmented by 15 Jfew York eity polico
and several private dotectivo agencies
Mra, Clara . Ycomans of Columbus,
Iowa, is a guest over Bunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Kiggs.
B. Ii. Winniford of Wheatland was
n tho city yesterday registered at the
Tho following from Monmouth werS
Anient visitors Thursday: Andre
Smith, Eugene Moreland, oJseph Wine
gar and Jus. D. Jtocre.
Lieut. Miller MeGilchrist of Camp
Lewis is visiting in the city. He is here
on a short visit .before returning to
camp to receive his final discharge.
Dan Wieklandcr left yesterday for
Eseanaba, Mich., to attend the funer
al of his brother.
George IF. Vick and Al Feilan left
yestordav for Boise, Idaho, to look af
ter the Fordson tractor interests. Vick
lllros. have had their territory for the
iroroson tractor increased to cover the
south hslf of Idnho.
Ralph Thompson is in Albany at
tending the auto and tractor show
there and incidentally explaining a
few .things about the Fordson tractor.
Attorney H. D. Norton of Grants
Puss is a guest at the Marion hotel to
day. He is counsel for the plaintiff
Oscar Steelhammer came in yester- !;
since Sundar last. A watch is being
kont at railroad atntiona and steamship
niera in New York city in the belief ' in " the caso of Tokar Height- Devel
(that Willans might attempt to leave 'opment Co. va Daniel Hull, appealed
tho eountry. No trace of his where- to he supreme ecnrt from Josephine
abouls has been found. - county.
day from Silverton and registered at
tho Bligh hotel
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Williams of Port
land were visitors in the city yester
day. Mr. Williams is manager of the
Pacific Statcg Fire Insurance company:
Senator T. O. Howell of Multnomah
was a recent arrival in the city, having
business before the supreme court,
Paul Hauscr has just returned from
a business trip to Albany where he
found the city in the midst of prepa
rations for a big celebration for the
home coming soldiers.
Orris Fry, who has been ' with the
naval aviation corps during the past
year and stationed at one of the
French ports, arrived in the city this
morning on bis return rrom the At
Sunt. Nieholson, of the Metropolitan
Life Insurance company, was called to
fcugene this morning to look after the
matter of death losses.
Secretary GooJin of the board of
control returned yesterday from a trip
of investigation to the Soldier's Home
at Koseburg. The institution and equip
ment was inspected, everything check
ed over and reported in excellent con
dition, the new eommandant establish
ed in his position, and thus the inci
dent is closed.
A marriage license was Issued yester
day to William Virgil Mires, age 38
a farmer and Julia Olava Hillique, age
30. Both are of Silverton.
Lederer of Brooks, Oregon, March 17
ii, a son.
Ho haa been ruined Grant Ledcrcr,
ANDERSOKT To Mr. and Mrs. Her
man' D. Anderson, of 827 North -22d
street, Salem, March 18, 1919, a girl.
She has been named Goldada Mina.
Real estate in the neighborhood of
Silverton as changing hands, according
to the number of transfers recently
recorded. Yesterday record was mad
of tho sale of 5U acres for $7000. Tha
grantor wag Mary A. Puitoiff and tho
grantee Henry Torvend. The Carm is
four or live miles west of Siiverton.
The Eev. Eobert S. Gill, formerly
rector of St. Paul's church, Salem, and
later of the Commercial club, is now a
permanent resident rf Portland. Yes
terday his household effects were
moved from Salem to the Duzendorf
apartments, Portland, where the Gill
family will make their home.
Fordson tractors sales for the past
few days are as follows: Henry Voth,
Polk county; Julian Stratton. Polk
county; Robert MeGilchrist, Bosedale:
I.-1 ii. i i i , .. ..
in-n vrcnarus, noseaaie district; J.
E. Towle, Shaw; Fred 8. MeCell. rural
route 8, Salem, and Otto Hansen of
j oik county.' -