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i D ULY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. UKEGON. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 9. 1919.
Ilfon Can't Cure Rheumatism
With Liniments and Lotions
Torturing Pain. Promptly kaf.fraa.ii. duailiag
Return la All Their Intensity' bo eu? per-p!,, fo4 ml,
fgeasia aai last.ag rshef fraa
j raemnjataiai by purifying tk blood
Tei u; as wU Utw y faai- j with 6. 8. 8. test ara jttsuied
swots to ih wads, jf yoa expat ,i mKij ttie ckmdi4 rea
kea to rid yea f tha pang ef : edy U ail who an aflieted. fer-
a-heanatisa. Is f ict, tat sotBer yoa jkap 700 exM ia hit Uaaaaada af
ctken wVtek ara caasad by ail
la af tiay d-iaat garaa ia tha
bke4. . 8. 8. 8. aa Uotwafhly
eiears tie tsliod, that it rent aut
completely ail eiiaiaate a3 dis
mh geraa that iafrsf it.
Ia tha way taa aware af th dia
aaa ia reached, aad ita caaaa ra
aeved. Git jvmr system a tfcoe
oEgt, ekaaiiag with this reliable
vegetable a!od remedy, aavl y
wiu la delighted ta ba' frea of the
panga ef raaeiuksak. It ku Una
ascd for Bora Uaa tfty years and
m sold at ail dreg atoraa. Beg:
11a aaa toJsj aad yo wfU av
th aaae x'.a!t'.t,rj experlene aa
tboMaads ef ether safereT.
Should yoa wish spatial alriea
abost jrur caaa, it aaa ba had
without cost by wti'icj to Chief
Medial Adviser, 101 bwift Labor.
tory. Atlanta, (aw.
By 6 EE TE ODE KOBIS05
)'.tard forever tS im af ail font
af laeal traataat, the aaoaar rva
will get aa ta r.fLt tratk whiei
leada ta rational aeaa of relief.
Tat Jfi eaa nb aid rab froa
mww aatil doomsday, aad yoa will
ever aaka any progrtai toward
ndl:f jraarstlf af rhearaatisa, ba
caasa aack treatment does aot ap
proach taa aoorta of tt djeij.
Kacaber from tha aatart tiit
tba paajra of rbruaatra coaa fraa
derpatated udh, aad that lim
ply rabbraf tha paiaful parta of
taa body kaj ao e?t ea Ua di
aaa it!f. Bat wk you bxata
taa caaM tba dacaac, taa ral
aoarea of all tarta ictaaa pa:aa,
f raa tirs tret Ua Uom ia
ti:igeat!y. Aad aatil yoa do treat yoor
rkeumatiaa iatei:i;a:!T, yoa wiil
ilr. W. C. Hawlry, wlfj f Coa faaJ Mra. A. Hotb. lira. Xar Bob-
rjaaa IUw!y, a srcaacayixf airt. (.Vri bike:afuna, FVed
, .vwu MH Urafl
ertairti. ail of Saiea. ilr. aad Vr t.
hr kj-jTil oa a tour of u.MliiM'rra U'e.ano.
r"n tk a Mk whM k. .
the (Kibue wa:rwTa ia tbat ttriioi . cbiidrea. Maurtta aad
tof t rjrt. Mr. "a4 Mra. Hwrr t V'';.0? Tarr aad itr. and Mra. F.
Itlw 1'i.iat arml ia I r- U,w TW- i "
amJBf ia too. bar Taara-
!t Bor-trj. Jlirhfi?'d. Nortk Bond I
,iiJ Oar'dinw wiil ba ijitl as3 tiw'-r'1, JlB, AHiaoa. art. D. H.
par-r wij a-ro at aedp-rt. as the , Y?tn:.Un- s- i Mjaa
Bia-k of the Tmpqua rier. tatarUT. i"2 f!i11 j"iat kuatetae. at
ITie f-.!!. win? Moclar thev w-U be "at irr P' .T taa LaJ.aa iai
iCchwaa aad Roreaee where the eoa--""1 of ,b tjfresatioaal tkartk, ia
ITearaaa w:H eoafer witk the loeaJ ,tk tilB pwlora tin aiiernoa.
jinrera;a relitie to the Siuv'aw at- j
jterwar iajirovemeat. Afier eoicjilet-1 B Jrs. Robert C Paalua
iin? tie tr p Mra. Hawley will rede!ere al0B S-" p4'- reguter-
(Coetisaed, froa page one)
tart in Ua rettrkted, btwirn-nt room
aaa terr aninatifartory, aod it in
rg'-d tkat a oitlle. iM.pa.rr.te buildiRK
ke arreted, about 0 by ft ia di
aaeatiosa The aemlx-ra of the b-md eipraid
thi-mwlTea ai beinr in faTOr of tlie ad
art tftut tncy aere biuji-rrd from ea
'ering o;oa any aurh enlarg'tnerm by j
llfk ef fuada. It wouTd be aarraaury :
t0 bring the matt r before the taijy-j
era at a nr-rial eletioa- If thi-y eouid'
te eoBine4 of the aeed of the new
bui'dir.g. and a iprTial election wis.
held in June, it waa pointed out that1
eorutruetion work eould be atartcd
arly in the (umrner and the fcjildin
( ready for one at the opening of thej
J. M ri A tipr. wr eig feed f
,ia Sa.-m until the aretial a.-.on of, "l ort-a oti Tester Jay.
jeotjrTtr. ia ealied. I
j George Pearte, a oat of Coriime
J Wun.-aa'a Relit-f Corps tetg !"I-J!y" barker ka retani from a
,wiii be entertained by Mra. F. W. oatirjf at A'ewport.
(o. k. 1"5 Rntli Winter mirt T"Mir.
iilar af-ernon. Membera of tha TauraJay Afternoor
i A-sne.ate fcoteae for the aeeting ,;1! wul Xstj of Mr. Oewrge
are Mrs. V. K. A'iserir.aa. Mr. J. i- Burnett tomorrow afternoon at ber
,.. A-krT.ap Mr. W. G. A'kennan, ' hom oa f'nter atn-et.
Mr. A. I'. A'hmon, Ml. Kazaiiethi
lAdaT, Mrs. Admj and Mrs. Avpin-i Mary Eliia Fawer-tt, A. M., d.'an of
'wall. women at the Oregvn Agricultural eol-
j jteir wiil lecture this evening at the
I Connne "B'iely" Barker, who waa'TUe library on Baildinjr your
a guett at the OVo Hea-ee reiidrnee i;r!-" The lecture begins at t o'clock
;went to l"urt!arid vesterdav to visit ;n OBT women will be admitted.
with frit-O'la and arrange her lransiKjr- j There w-.il be no alnisaion charge.
tatn:n to New Vork. fehe wiil go via;
the ar.ad.an I'acifie and VL:t in the
Healthy Effblsi Laugh ar.d Hay
Health in babvtiood com. t from prraer A,iestm by regulating
tbe stomach arid causinqrth? bowels to move as they stxnild.
Taw Infants' aad Children's F( alitor
lor this parriov pTwijccj most remarkable and gratifying results,
best of all children's remedies to rci:-rve constipauoo, Iktukocy,
aind colic, currhoea, and ether disnrrlcrt.
ThtM h"h rtvtor prrtr BiwirHr vriMe cflrrfmrnonoiatw, nar
rrHf. or fc("4-i.r-l an a(f'era)i, ktffi'r brrftciiit atKt nmertf rrrw"ly warja
of tbe very bn huRlrui ii,sredena 'taimile, aa thi (otmuu btkm abuwv
yvnw S"r- rr Oit"fAa.i Carmwr Clrcarife
XciuUare awcwBiKvbonata 1 .nrnl Corunder buar vnrp
". ACiO-A MLRIC AN DSUG Ca
tfie .ar.a.i.an l'.:i!ic anj vi;t in the 1 . p-avii a
Mi' liarkerwl return tTcHk'm ta:' llAl IIIIaIi A nAll
urday and leut a. an fur the w, VflUI WIIHin I ItUI
GAINS 18 POUNDS
Wf n.l,.,aitI I I IS.
t'j.r.1 ... . r.i. -vi
a. V I' I
J. 0. Perry 't
the fuliowing evening. Iier numcrona
n ia'ivps and friends in the Capital '
city waiiuld love to have her remain !
longer but by the time sh? reaches
New York her two weeks acation will!
be computed and she will iminel.atelv
bejin rehearsals of a Klaw-Krlin
The pup;! of Mrs. Kalph White's
senior lianring e!s enjoyed their reg
ular fortnightly dsnce at tht Cotillion
hall .lu.-t night.
"v. Smith Feels Like NewMaa
Since Taking Tanlac Suf
fered Thirty Years.
Mrs. F. A. Wood of C"overda!c was
guest at a surpne jwrty Hunday af
termxin, the oeravion being her birth
day. A sumptuous' dinner was served
and a delightful sfterroon wns spent.
Tlise preaent were Mr. and Mrs. 0.
X. Ireiand, M! Myrtle Inland, Mr.
a 1 - - 1 in
I ! , III
""Asi itchin riead Is
That fccbine is not alsrays entirely
J ie to dandruff -oftentimes the irrtta
con is :aixcd by a mild form cf eaema.
kesincl Uimment is nsaal.'y most sat
cesstui in clearing up a trouble such as
this, and Speedier results are genenlly
rtiined by washing the hair occaaon
liiy with Kearxjl Sx.ap.
TWir r aataea.lLusS.bratarmna.
Utuxy raa&.n m umi tiaia jl at au aaa
aiaoraars o ha&oa, tyxlj asat tact.
S'iJ fy a." aVarz-atfj. Fw frm
GABRIELSON TELLS OF
E IN SIBERIA
Colds Caasa Headaches and Pains
r'everih Heala hes and body I'ains
caused from a cold are soon relieved
be taking LAXATIVE ItKOMO (11
M.NK laiile's. There's only one "Bro
no Quinine.'' E. W. UKUVtC'tJ signa
ture on the box. 30c. . .
h a building in connection with each
of the junior high stiool, it was sug-
One of tho strongeirt and aiost con
vineinjf evidences of the popularity of
Tanlae throughout America is the large
number of leUerj that a:e being re
ceived daily from well known men and
women, telling of the remarkable re
sults they have dj-ivrd from ita nse.
Among the many received in the
post few days is one from John fmi'h,
313 Ki.'hth street, Rieiiniond. Califor
nia, which ia ess-eciaHy interesting.
Mr. fcmith state that he had suffer
ed for twenty years, with his stoiraeh,
liver and kidneys, and had reached the
point where M wUhed. eah breath
would b" the last. He also says that
when ke began taking Tanlae he weigh
ed only one hundred and fortv eight
lunds, but that he now weighs one
A new lot of these plain colored Satins has just
arrived. These are among the mostpopular of all
Silks this season.
By the way, Skinner's is the one manufactory
where the standard of perfection in Silk weaving
was maintained at all times. No disappointing flaws
or imperfections in Skinner's.
Our stock is fresh, our assortment is large and
varied, including the better of the new shades. This
is one big advantage in making vour selection of
Skinner's Silks and Satins here, that your pur
chases of Skinner's products, at our prices, will rep
resent greater value for the money expended, than
any other Silks, is an unmistakable certainty.
TOR SPUING DRESSES
A whole counter loaded down with thr-m. Wp
put them there so you could make your choice easily 2
and at will There is such a variety of patterns, you I
geste.l that figures and estimates be se- hundred and air'y six-making a gain
eured on three sura liuiMings. With.r.f .iirhteen no im !, .ha he fp..l
like a new man. Following is his let
ter in full:
"To whom it mav concern: I, rha ub
der.iigned, ian truthfully say thnt the
wonderful medi-ine known as Tanlac
has done more for me in thirty days
time, than anv other medicine I have
ever taken before in all my life. I
have liven a s.ifferer from stomach,
liver and kidney troubles for twenty
years. I have taken six bottles of
Tanlae, and today 1 feel like a new
"Before I started using Tanhse it
didn't make anr difference what 1
it distressed me so
much that I wished the next fcreath
! would be mr last. Also when 1 started
this in vi:-w Chairman Clark appointed
W. C. Winslow and 11. O. White as a
committee to consult with contractors
and report at a meeting to be held on
Monday, April 21.
(Continued from I'sge 1.)
Lieutenant Writes Of Wide
Variety Of Experiences
Army In East
of the other forms of wealth have been
hurled bv cannons out of the eountrv.
Germany's industry begins with the
derided advantage of being at the
i sue '- ui . iipsiiir insraei, in aauiuon
to demoralization, kusma as a market ' would eat or drink
is not over attractive at present with
money mostly worthless paper rubles.
liernians realize that their recovery , taking this wonderful medicine, I only
from the, tremendous debt tho country weighe4 one hundred and forty eight
faces depends upon the field of cm-, pounds. Today, I weigh one hundred
nieree they can get jn entente and neu- 'and sixty six pounds have grimed eigh
tral countries. They also realir.e that j teen pounds already and am still gain
the German wurkman, who formerly ing. Also before taking Tanlac I
wo industrious an 1 n liable, ha. de-!cuulm't sleep either night or day,
tenonle I during the war trenrh life ! but now I average about nine hours
has ita effect. The future ia not bright steady sleep and I have an. appetite
' Hike a nor-. I am now fifty years of
Tho lar.T.t dividend check received !age and I can't praise Taniae too
ny any of the 4.KJ associations of the
Twelfth farm loan district came to W.
T. Tyres secretary of the Lane coun
ty farm lean aax iation, last Saturday
It was for .'tjs.)j.
Lawns, a pretty lot of them,
at, yard 20c
flaxons and Voiles, pleasing
patterns, at yard 25c
Woven Tissues and Voiles,
dainty stripes, yard 30c
Foulards, Voiles and Flaxons
as you like Ihcm, yard 35c
Finally Restored to Health
by Lydia E. Pinkham's
much for what it has done for me. "
Tanlac is sold ia Hubbard by Hub
bard Irug Co., ia Mt. Angel by rten
Gooek, ia Gcrvai, by John Kelly, in
Turner by II. P. Cornelius, in Wood
born by Lyman II. Storey, in Salem
by Dr. A. C. Stone, in Silrerton b Ueo.
A. Bteelhammer, in Gates by Mrs. J.
P. MeCnrdy, in Slaytoa by C A. Mean
champ, in Anrora by Aurora Drug
store, in 8t. Paul by Oioceteria 8tore
Co., Ine., in Donald by M. W. Johnson
and ia Jefferson by Foshay at Mason.
Key West, Fla.-"For five yean I
suffered from irregularities, with U-r-
ntile pains and ao
my back. The
tor rave me d
erent medicine but
Lhey did me no good.
A friend asked mete
try Lydia K. I'ink. j
Compound nod 1
found it to be the
best medicine 1 ever
tried because it
made me well, and
1 can now do mt
housework. I am telling my frier!
about It." Mr. J. M. Caul's, ZX
Caroline St, Key West, Florid..
Many women at Home period In their
Gfe sulTer from ailments peculiar to their
STUDENTS OF NORMAL
OBSERVE JUNIOR DAY
First Lieutenant Carl D. Gtbriclson.
who is now with the Tth regiment, A.
E. F. in Siberia, is having more experi
ence in the war than has fallen to the
lot of the average Salem n-.an wh0 m
in the service.
He went into the service last summer
and afier taking the officers' training
course at the 1'rtsiUio, was among those
who were sent to Vludivistok, Mberia.
la a recent letter to iriends ue writes
'1 put in my spare time gathering
material fur the fiuewt nest of lies 1 am
going to have ready to offer to some ol
tue weird tales 1 know I am going to
nave to listen to when (he boys irom
franco arrive in our fair city of fcaltai.
My spare time isn't much, however, as
I am adjutant of the first battalion ot
the Twenty -seventh, in command of l
small detachment of tho headquarters
company and in charge cf the Oerman
prison camo at this post.
t came 0ver last fall, arriving here
n nepiemuer z, along witli lb oi fleers
and lliiU men from the Eighth infantry.
ne are tilled np to war strengtu, bu
we run t find the damn war. However,
ae enjoyed nivsuil and had some
good experiences, among them living in
a boxcar from October lo to lleceiiioer
15. I have seen some pretty good cities
ia my tiuvels, have danced and drunk
coffee with the barishnas (you unov,
-us,', uuenoeu dinners, etc., with Bus
sun, Japauese, etc., officers, gone ice
skating, watched tne Japs butcher a
""" P'B '" n ax and, in fact, have
.. r-H! cosmopolitan time in tne he.t
cosmopolitan country on the globe.
uuuioicany ail(i p,,;,,,,.,! thj,
country eould give Mexico the joker in
the hiile Ami .1. .11
u ,nonrr paying
stud poker. The air feels like an earth
I'inke i, about to break loose, w you
know what I mean. A. for money mak
ing here you would have to have a sack
full of kopek, and put a padiock on the
title to your property. Speaking of ko
peks, roubles, etc., there more kinds of
money here than there are different
Hinds of nationalities to snend it ti,.
biggest denominstion we had was a Fi
'ma eospon until they got next t0 it."
Piles Cured ia 6 to 14 Day
IHuggists refund money u' PAZO
OLNTMKXT fails to cure Itchinu.
Blind, bleeding or Protrudtn? Pile.
!tops Trritation: Soothes anti H.-1.
Vou eaa get restful stern after tbe
firs: sppli'ation. I'riee 6lc.
$J Front Laced
ARE AN ECONOMICAL PURCHASE
The Modart Corset is essentially a figure-shaping
garment It is beautifully and symmetrically
designed to train the figure into lines of beauty and
to maintain those lines when once obtained. MOD
ART Corsets are constructed of materials that will
stand constant laundering, without losing their shape
The boning and clasps
have a rubberized cover
ing that renders thera im
pervious to water.
These features in the MO
DART are well worth con
sidering, for many corsets
are made with uncovered
steels or paper covered
ones. Water melts the pa
per. Some corset cloths are
so full of starch and other
filling matter that they
lose their shape when
laundered. Not so with
the M0DART. It retains
its shape until worn out.
I E I :.s.
To this end every woman should have at least
two corsets, for all corsets should be laundered from
time to time.
M0DART prices are moderate considering the
value delivered, and the prices range from those for
the plainest of cottons to the fanciest of silks.
U. G. Shipley Co.
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
Neighbors Suprise Pclk
County Farmer On Birthday
(Capital Journal Special Service.) j
Monmouth. Or., April 9. "Sunshine i
Farm" was the scene of a very pleasant
surprise party Tuesday evening April
1, the occasion being the utty-tirst
birthday anniversary of the proprietor,
E. R. Ostrom.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. Edwards, Mrs. Neol. Mr. and Mrs.
Alonzo Moore, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Corn
well r.nd litl-le daughter, Mary, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Kid leil, Jr.. and sons, Percy
and E!d-n. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. David
son and daughter, Kvangelme. Mr. and
Mrs. J. I.. Van Loan an 1 gnu, Hugh, Mr.
and Mrs. Ostrom, Heth, John ann Joy
The evening was spent with music,
games and sni;.l converge. Kefrcsh
ments were served and a jolly pood time
enjoyed by all. Before leaving the
guests all joined in wishing Mr. Ostrom
Sore Throat- Golds
Quickly Rellevad By Hamlin'
Hamlin' Wizard Oil i simple
and effective treatment for sore
throat and chest colds. Used as a
gargle for sore throat it brings quick
relief. Rubbed on the chest it will
often loosen up a hard, deep seated
cold in one night
How often sprains, bruises, cuts
and burns occur in every family, as
well as little troubles like earache,
toothache, cold sores, canker sores,
stiff neck, and tired aching feet
Soothing, healing W izard Oil will al
ways bring quick 'relief.
Cet it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard Liver
W hips, pleasant littie pink pills, 30
'i;;Hi' -- -'Milii
, K I 1 r. r I 11 t '''' "l'erts throughout the roo
lAitercoon Pagemt Is Chief! -r v the .t
r". I p . it 1 i r i""- "T. un'1,f managemr
"Back To SchooF Worker Is
building was beautifully decorated in
the class colors, blue and white, with a
pri fusion of pink Lxf rnnee r"es inter
mingled with greenery gracing the great
ii ar supports throughout the room.
jine juniors was given in the Eormnl
gymnasium and was a most eniovnble
(ftpital Journal Special Service.)
Wa AtNonnal School
1'r'y in the morning the bells began- . ,
to ring, which was the signal for thc; Mdial Jonnial Special Service.)
dawning of the der of all days. From , M"nn'"n! April 9.-Miss Anne
be fust Nil until' late at night there ' !'" "rking for Vncle Sam
was something doing every minute. ,1B th " br-'k "fhnsil" campaign, wes
The principal feature of the day. how- ""' """fling apeake, at ehaptd
a.t nt-iorsiiT. ji is isvis gave a ro-
. i .,!.- . tv. .1 itr a. in .inpnii loinur mum
sex ana wnien in moet case may m - iteration of
readily relieved by this famous root and i'onreraed. was the afternoon entertain . ' J 'n
h.rK ir...li,.ia f.,i,a v ltniK.i.'. i ffifst ffivcB in the normal a u . 1 1 1 or i u mi ,rr " "en
VoowtwhU Ccr,rvMm,l inaf Mr. land eoioved by a larte and appreciative """T exann
r.m.i. f,rm t It h.l,l K... .ft... a.nTi.. audience. "Tiie l ivht of the Jewel.' ' 1 nbelievable
ing for year and trying every tiling case
in vain. .
If yoa have any annoying ttvmjtotnn j
yen fail to nmlenitanil, writ Lydia t-
a tgea"t depicting national idea's, wasi"""'0 nation,
the inspiring theme; their development. ,peaker is to ar
statistics regarding illitcr
nnueacy that the recent
nations dise'owd and which
conditions startled the
The need now, said the
nspirmg theme; their development. , i- ' .nrwn-ci 10 a tnor-
through strife and turmoil was vividly I'" reauxation or the great per rent
portrayed and their fint.1 rcaliiation,!P' illiteracy which tmounts to orie-
I'inkhara Medicine Co., Lynn. Mass. i when the proper conditions were f,nmn p soldiers examired, and to
TberesulUof their 0years experienew (brought ab.iut through eduer.tion and "-medy this appalling condition by a
in advising women on this ubject U at cooperation, was a most fitting rewsrd thmft 'o-operstion ef parents and
youraervicav l6nii , j.t tni lmJ ta4tBg, xhe ''wchers ia the 'back to stay ia
. school" campaign.
WKerv the world
asked for nvore
vored arvd ixvore
flakes, it got
Your grocer sells thenx.