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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 23. 1919.
By GEETEU2E BOBISON
Cosmetics only hide skin trouble
cimr makes sick
Whether it i a serious affection like
ecrema, r j'i t a i;:nply. nxigli nd un
attractive cuinplexK.n, you on usually
rely on Reiil Ointment and Kesinol
Soap to set it ht'lit. promptly, easily and
at little cost. Kesinol Ointment steps
The daily use of Rejinol Soap for tlie
toilet is sufficient tin) keep most com
plexions clear, fresh and gluwing.
Rfinul Ointnt aad
notlt.ttc t! si C4 d in
jure r incite lit tri
4trrtt i m evtii ol 4 ti"T
MmuJr. rctlacM ami
rcMiglmc.,, zhv omo.
diulf, ai ift a nvt
tiiff,, cut, bmm, etc.
Mr. Z. J. RiSTjis, wbo has been ia
Pcrtland during tiie winter attenling
a school of phariuaev has returned to
i her home in Selom. Mr Kiggs, who La
been visiting in Portland ii a few
weeks, returned with her.
rheiueketa chapter, Paughters of tie
American .Rcrolulion, wiU meet to
morrow afternoon at the home of Mr.
O. P. Ikff. All who eaa possibly do
so are urged to be present as this will
bo the closing tiusiuess meeting of the
' Mrs. Carl I Turner attended the
i Met'oriuaek concert in Portland Wed-
The Aid society of the Presbyterian
I'liurrh edilertaiued the Missionary so
ciety in the church parkirs this after
noon. Hostesses for the affair were
Mrs. I'orrv Keijjloman, Mrs. T. B. Jack-
win, .Mrs. J. O. Iriziell and Mrs. Ida
A nwwt enjoyable time is anticipated
bv the ladies of the C. A. R. at a so
cial afternoon tomorrow at the home
of D. W. Kollo on Mission street.
Norma Talmade To Play
UNVtlLED AT EUGENE
The T. E. O. Sisterhood ef Corvnllis
held an iniortnnt meeting last week.
After the regular business session, the
member of the chapter served dinner
to the d:ni!htors of P. K. ().' who
are attemliup O. A. '. and to other P.'
K. 0. 's who are not members of chfip-
ter JS. The guests included as daughters
'pense or trouble has lieen spared to re
produce the iuteriors of Chinese toiu-
r . . 1 I II. rI pies, royal palaces, harems, J'cKin
UUneSe 101C III rlUa street scenes ,ete. Aside from the thrill
of the play, the. film is worth while
Ralem admirers of Norma Talmadgo for its .perfect visualization of old 'hi-
will soon have an opportunity to soenn and its customs. "The Forbidden of the Corvnllis chapter, Miss Marguer
fcer ia a nde as startlingly novel as it t'itv" comes to the Oregon friundny for ite Applenian, Mrs. Paine and her is
ia dramatic. Hhe is the daughter of a : three days. The -leading Btars with Miss ter Miss Leila Hay, Miss Marjory
mndarin 5n the great Chinese play T:ilmalge are Tho. Meighan and Keid Schiitt, Miss Virginia Smith of Grants
'The Forbidden City." This is 'the i Hamilton, mid a side feature ii a group hi9 Miss Mary Olmetend of Purest
firt timo tho star has ever appeared of the prettiest Chinese maidens to be drove, Miss Wythel Wade of Ia
I a ChinenB play, but it may truthfully , found in New York. 'Grand', Miss Helen Mattley of Oregon
be said ithnt she never had a more ef- :
feetive vehicle, for her talent. Tlii MARRIED AT LEBAZrOxf
film, diriwtod by Hidney franklin, hus
Chy and Miss Leila Dobell, whose
mother now resides in Amity. The P.
K. (. 'g from eastern chapter were jstrs.
been built tip with the aid at Chinese! Tho wedding of Miss Adlla May P. J. Greene, Mrs. Tinkham, Mrs. J.
expert and Chinese paraphernalia Neff of Lebanon, Or., and Donuld Kirk- R. Atwood and Mrs. W. J. Kent,
with the utmost fidelity to details tf pa trick of Kugeno, Or., took place at'
OsicBtal life; It is a faithful rcproduc-; the homo of tho bride's parents on1 Herbert Xunn is among the Salem
tion. of topsy-turvy land, where books Houth A street ut 4 p. m. amid a bower folk registored at Portland hotels,
are road Ixtckward; where men wearif ,w,.t.t brier and roses nuptial, with1 .
akirU and women trousers; where wo-jM.rvir by Rev. F. II. Neff, father of' "While scores failed to get into the
men a-'noke and men usi fans; where 'the bride. auditorium to hear MeCorinack sing"
the eompuM points south; where a man j The brido whs attired in a smart suit ' my the Portland Oregonian. " Oeorge
ee. his svifo for tho first time after 0f Pi.a(.ck blue of French serge with Kudgert of Astoria was not to be loft
k get. home .from the weddinj. No ex-la mM mit ali ,.orBll),0 of Cecil Bruner " the cold outside .by the mere fact
Watch Your Child's Tongue!
Constipated Children Gladly Take
"CaKfornia Syrup of Figs"
For the Liver and BoweU -
ti Tell your drucgist you want gcnulna
, California Syrup of Fins." Full directions
and dose for babies and children of all ages
who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue
coated, or full of cold, are plainly printed on
me oonie. Look for the name "Califnr
nd accept no other
that the house, was sold out
''1 telephoned to MdSweenoy, Mc
Cormaek 'g manager,' explained the Aa
torinn and ex -Salemitc, 'and told him
I had traveled lot) miles to hear John
and that I vras building shis to help
tho government win the war. McSwee
ney replied that Mc4'ornmck himself
had got down on his knees and begged
for a coupln of tickets to give to
friends a few hours ibeforc, but that if
I would go around to the stage door
he'd see that 1 got iu, You've got to
have norvn to get anywhere in this
world,' smiled Mr. Rudgers. Going to
tho stngo door was no novelty to the
shipbuilder, for once upon a time,
when he Wns a bov iu Portland, he
joined a minstrel troupe and traveled
over the country with it."
Hundreds Attend Dedicatory
Exercises At Uniyersity
University of Oregon, Eugene, May
23. ticores of old pioiwers of the Wil
lamette valley and hundreds of Eugene
sod Lane county folk were present at
the impressive ceremonies avid oa the
University of Oregoa campus yester
day afternoon at' the unveiling of the
memorial statue, "The Pioneer,"
gift to the university by Joseph X.
Terl of Portland.
"This statue is erected and dedicat
ed to the memory of all Oregon pio
neers; it i ia bo sense personal or in
dividual, an. I it ia my earaent wish aed
hope that this fact may ever be kept
in mind," said Mr. Teal. "The pio
neer represents all that ia noblesi and,
beet in our history. The aien and wo
men who saved the west for this coun
try- were animated by the highest mo
tives." K. A. Booth, former state senator
from Lane county and an old Ore-ron
pioueer, delivered the address of the
"It is enough for the duties of this
hour for us to know that we are chit
dre nof those great men who were es
sentially and fuuihunentally the first
Americans, as we interpret the word
today,'' he said.
The statue was unveiled bv T. G.
Hendricks of Eocene, an eld pioneer
of the state and former number of the
board of regents of the universii... He
wai a(:led by das granddaughter,
Miss Martha Goodrich.
A. Phimister Proctor, the noted Am
erican sculptor, who made the statue,
was a speaker of the afternoon and
told many interesting incidents con
nected witih the making of the huge
bronze figure. Other speakers were A.
C. Dixon, vice presdeut of tho board
of regents, who gave a speech of ac
ceptance; Herald White, president of
the associated students; Frederick Hol
man, president of tho state historical
association; George n. Hint, eecrc
tary of the association, and Miss t lin.
lotte Banfield, who read a poem, 'The
Pioneers," written by Dean Eric W.
Women should take warning from such
symptoms as heat fbshes, s honness of breath,
excessive nervousness, irritability, ami the
blues which indicate tho approach of the
inevitable Change " that comes to all women
nearing middle age. "We have piblishe(tvol
uroes of proof that Lydia E. linkham'a ege
tabla Compound is the greatest aid women can
have during this trying period.
Read About These Two Women :
Fremont, O, "I was passing tiirough the critical period
et lila, being fcrtr-ix years ol aire and had aU Uio uip
tuuia iacitlent to that ebanpe hal riaslies, nerrousncM,
and was ia a general run-dowa cwulition, so it was hard
tor me to do my wotk. LvJa K. tinkham s VegetalJe
Con pound was recoumeialtd to me as Ui best lomc.y
tor my troubles, which it surely proved to be. 1 feel uel
ter and stronger ia every way since takine ..
Buying cr:npioiua have disappeared, 'ilia. 11. Uodcioi,
ipoicoil St., PreiuoDt, Oiiio.
TJrhaBa, 111. " Pnrimr Chan? of Life, In addition to
Its annoying symptoms I had an atlack ol grippe whhh
lasted all winter and left me ia a weakened couduion. I
fell at timea that I woald never be well again. 1 read of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeiablo Compound and what it did
fat women passing through the Change of Life, sol told
my doctor 1 woald try it. I soon bepm to guin in strength,
and the annoying svmptoms disappeared and yourci;e
uble Com;qnd has sssue me a well, strong woman I
do all my owe bowework. I cannot reoonuuead Lyii t
I'mkliam's Vegetable Compound too highly to women
wasting through the Chan-e ef Life." Mrs. 1a-n
Usmsun, l Ub booth Orchaie Street, Urbana, 111.
"Women Everywhere Depend Vpon
T-k It f
mm zr. - ' ;
y. ) ,. -:r i w.
Fig Syrup. "Beware I
roses. Hlie ia the youngest daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. . 11. Noff, the latter a
minister for tnanv venrs of Salem. Hhe
has spent most of her girlhood In Hr.lem
and a charming disposition and very
popular with all ucquuiutancc.
lHniHld Kirkpatrick is tho son of Mrs.
Euiina Kirkpatrick of Eugene, Or. He
recently returned from Franco, whore
he wns engaged at the front for ten
mouths with tho 310th sanitary train oi
the Wist division and was awarded spe
cial honors by the kiiiK of llelgium and
(leuerul Pershing for his bravery anus
After the wedding ceremony a five
course dinir was served by Mrs. C. B.
Npencer and Mrs. Elmo Kirkpatrick,
sister of the bride, at the homo of C.
11. Spencer. Tho tables wcro beautiful
with streamers of ribbon, pink roses and
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpittriek left amid a
shower of rico for a trip to Bandon,
Or. They will make their home in Portland.
FOR MEN BIG AND LITTLE
A new lot of brand new pat
Ursa, strikingly new combina
tion stripe effects with soft
reversible cuffs. The mater
ials are of good wearing quali
ties really mnch better Shirts
we bare seen for sonic time at
tin so pric
Hm T $3.45
Oood Quality Wearable at
Very Reasonable Prices
FOR MEN: Fsncv and fine
ribbed, mesh, B. V. .
I-ong sleeve, short aleeve,
sleeveless, ankle length and
Two piece suits gar
ment 4!ic to U5c
I'nion Suits Hoc to 11.95
ItOVN' m-KCIAL: Two
piece mesh, most sites.
Good qualitv llulbrigifa,
i'ti, iH, ;i0, .1:', eMch 360
Men are agrieablr surprised
every day at the rcasunanle
liess of our prices on good foot
wear. Such shoe leather cant
be had much longer
at 6.00 to $8.65
The lurgest stock of Boys'
kuee pants in Ralem. Lively
yoitntiters will need an extra
pair or two about now
75c t fi.OO
An Inside Bath
Makes You Look
and Feel Fresh
ALLIES BRAND HHY
(Continued from Tago 1.)
Bays glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
keeps Illness away.
Thla excellent, common-sense
health measure being
adopted by millions.
Physicians the world over recommend
the inside bath, claiming this is of vast
ly store Importance than outside clean
llaess, because the skin pores do nut
absorb impurities into the blood, caus
ing ill health, while the pores in tht
tea yards of bewtls do.
hlca and women are urged to drink
tack morning, before breakfnst a gluts
f hot water with s teaspoonful of lime
stone phosphate la it, as a harmlesi
aeaas ef helping te wash fro mthe stom
ach, liver, kidneys aad bowela the pre
visas day's Indigestible material, pois
ons, sear bile asd toxins; thus cleansing,
sweet eaiag asd purlfing the entire ali
eatery caaal before putting more food
iats the steeueh.
Just as sosp and bet water cleanse and
Presses the skia, se hot water snd lime
stone phosphate set oa the tlimioetive
Tbese who wake up with bad breath,
coated tongue, nasty taete or have I
afcl, st'hkug hs4 sallow eemplexion,
sold stomach; others who are subject
te bilious sttaeks or constipation, should
obtain a quarter pound of limestone
pkefskate at the drug store. This will
eeet eery little hut is sufficient to dem
eoserate the value of Inside bathing.
Tweee who continue it each morning are
assered of prononsced results, both In
regard te health sad sppearance.
(Continued from page cue)
Lee's heavy Khaki I'nionalls for boys,
liHtton in front with plenty of pockets
just like lhid's
Sine 7 to II $3.85
Sue 12 to 1 W IS
Other makca at 11.75, $i00, 12.35
and procedure of the permanent inter
nnt&innl court will be submitted to the
The committee said, in repard to ob
ligatory arbitration, that its nnivcrial
applicability was impracticable,
"We are" glad to note the (lerman
government faorg disarmament,'- .he
reply condu lvd.
YANKS IU GERiMANY
(Continued from page one)
army. The American army of occupa
tion is reported ia prime condition but
its numbers nre much less thun the
French aad British armies.
MARRIED IK PORTLAND
Married at Pnrtlr.nd, May 1.1, at the
Methodist parsonage. Rev. Moore offi
ciating. Miss laisy Hawkins and Mr.
Thomas Parkinson in marriage.
After the eeremo-y a dainty stipi-er
whs served at the home of tho groom's
mother In Vtnocnver. The rake was
'made by the groom 'e aunt, Mrs. W. M.
Fisher tf McEwen, Oregon. Hoth have
many friends here who extend hearty
cause it will be eallod upon in future
to trade serosa its frontiers instead of
producing what it requires from with
"There is no rwison why Grjrmanr,
under the new conditions, should not
build nr for herself a prosperity in
Europe. Her territories hnve suftercd
not more than those of any other con
tinental state, during' the war. iniutd,
so far as pillage or devastation is con
cerned, they have not suffered at all,
"The shore which Germany is being
nailed upon to bear of the enormous
calamity that has befallen the world
has ibeen apportioned by the victorious
powers, no to her deserts, bait solely
to her ability to ibeor it. It is right
that Germany, which ig responsible for
this c it la nut v. should make good tho
losses to the utmost of her capacity.
Her hardships will arise not from the
conditions of peace, but from tho acts
ct those who provoked and prolonged
tho war. Those who were responsible
for the WHr cannot escape its just con
congratulations for their future happi
The brido and groom will be. at home
to their friends Juno 1st at tho King
Alberts apartments in Portland.
WIDOW CRIES FOR JOY
"1 couldn't eat anything but raw
eggs and swee milk and wan so wink
I could hardly walk across the room. 1
would have been in my grave today if
I hadn't taken Muyr'a Wonderful Rem
edy when I did. When. I think how I
have suffered with my stomach and
how good I feci now I cry for joy."' it
is a simple, harmless preparation that
removes the catarrhal mucus from the
intestinal tract and allays the inflam
mation which causes praetienllv all
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments,
ineludiujr appendicitis. One dose, will
convince or money refunded. J. C. Per
ry, Capital lnig Store, and druggists
. .LIBERTY BONO qUOTATIOJO
New York, May 23. Liberty bond
3 harts orr .w
First 4s, S5.B0
Second 4s, iM.JO, off .02
First 4 quarters, IKUH), up .1(1
Second 4 quarters D.'.Oti, up .02
Third 4 quarters, 95.S8, off .OH
Fourth 4 quarters, 93.30, up .01
Sis says I'm too
she agrees with
me there's no
corn flakes like.
The Table Oil Par Excellence
v This Season's Pressing
in the mid-watch-
for the wheel (So lookouts
Cold blattt and icy seas swept
over (As dettroytr't deck. With
nttmbmd handi, t trained syes and
tttmd nerve (A lookout held hi
pott until tight bmllmd of thm
midnight watch tnei Aot cofee
in (Ae gallty!
JUST mention coffee to the men in the ser
vice and watch them smile. These brave
fellows have endured long hours of hard labor
with little rest. They have forced nature to
the breaking point.
Coffee helped them. It cheered them and
comforted them. Very often it actually sus
tained them. Its warmth rested and steadied
them, and so gave them new courage for the
great tasks ahead.
You men and women in every-day life,
waging the battle of business, striving to
maintain place and power and health you
have great tasks, too. And you find coffee a
real help in the day's work.
And the joy of it the charm of it the
' delight of it. It greets you at breakfast it
cheers you at luncheon it revives you at din
ner. And very often regales you at the late
supper. Truly what would your life be with
out coffee ?
Coffee the Essential drink
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