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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919.
F III MM OR
IiTRVOUS, TRY PHOSPHATE
IfoUiinf ZJk Plain Bitro Phosphate to
mi on ran, Heaiuir Flesh and
to lac i Strength, Vijor
and Nej-rs Port
Whea oa stops to toniider the lioot
ef thin eople aho are searching con
tinually for tome method by which
they may inereaw their flesh "to normal
1rtportions fcy the filling out of dkIt
iollnws, the rounding off of protruding
ng'es with the attendant blooni of
kealth and attractiveness i no won
d-r that many and varied furcation
long thii line appear from time to
time in public print.
While extensive thinness aiight be
Attributed to various and subtle eau.e
in different individuais it is a welt
known fact tlat the lack of aiffi i-rit
l'hoi'loroua in the human s,k'.ii
very largely responsible for this eun
tlit uti. Kxperimeuts on humans and
uitnals by niany scientist have dem
onstrated beyond question of doubt
that a body deficient in phosphorous
become nervous, sickly and thin. A
Suited suthor and professor in his
book "Chemistry and Food .Nutrition '
rmblued in litis, sav.: " tna(
. the amount of phosphorous required
fur the normal nutrition of man is seri
ously underestimated iu many of our
standard tent books,"
It seems to to well established that
this deficiency in phosphorous may now
be; met by the use of an orgnnio phos
phate known throughout English speak
in? countries as Bitro -Phosphate
Through the assimilation of this phos
phate by the nerve tissue the phos
phoric eontent when absorbed in the
amount normally required by nature
soon produer a weU'ome change in our
body and mind. rve tension disap
pears, vigor and strength replace
weakness sud lask of energy, and the
hole body soon loses its ugly hollows
and abrupt angina, becoming envelopod
in a glow of perfect health and beauty
nd the will and strength to be up and
CAtTrOX While Bitro-Phoshate
i unsurpassed for the relief of nerv
ousness, general ddbility, ete., thos
taking it who do sot deaire to put oa
flesh should use eitra care in avoiding
fat producing foods.
Our soldiers always pick
plump, rosy checked girls.
At the aeasido too, the plump well
rounded figure is most admired.
ffayal Radio Plants May
Be Used Commercially
Washington, July 24. The nijiust or
8oeretury Daniels that congress intnur
CONSIDER THIS WOMAN'S CASE
Mrs. A. L. DeVine of Los Angeles,
Cel., says: "After I had suffered from
female trouble for years, not being
ble to do my housework, or get any
relief from dorors, Lydia K, Pink
bain's Vegetable Compound made me
at well woman, and 1 want to tell the
world the good fliis medicine does."
This womsn is perfectly justified, and
hould be eommended for telling oth-JiowlHiersjne
ize the use of the powerful naval radio
stutio is for coiiimercial messages seem
ed to meet genernl approval in the
house today us the secretary's letter
was referred to tin naval uiiniis com
Cliuiriunn Hutler stilted he believed
it would prove to be the only way of
reducing congestion on tho cables. The
navy now owns 85 per cent of the radio
stations in the eountry.
The wireless, it is believed, would
prove a big fuetor in establishing much
more satisfactory relations with the
Orient. Nearly all mossages across the
Pr.fi fio are delayed week.
I-Keep Them Home $$$
; society ;
UNEMPLOYMENT is rife In Bel
gium and presents on of the
nict serious problems ia the post
war condition of that war worn coun
try, according to Ylthr B. Honsinger
of the national war work conncii staff
of the Young Women ' Christian asso
ciation, who is just returned irora x.u-
"Tov making is a new industry in-
trod need to ofisvt in a far as possi
ble the industrial paralysis affecting
the country," says Miss Honsinger. lo
this end the best Belgian artisfs have
been devoting their time in maung de
signs for tov. These designs are car
ried out by vast numbers of people and
the industry pronises to be a permanent
'Mainufaeturng e. ai'lialuiieuts are
not yet able fo resume operation a
there ia no mat hinerv to tske the place
C'f that which was demolished by the
(iermans during their long occupation
of Belgium and because of the lack of
raw materials. I ntil both can be pro
cured unemployment will continue to
face thousands of Belgians." Old
clofhes sent by the Americans to Bel
gium have somewhat lessened the ten
sion created by the employment situa
tion among women according to Mis
Honsinger, and they have proved
blessing to, hundreds of women.
Miss Honsinger feels that too much
cannot be said about the wonderful
spirit and heroism of the Belgian peo
ple who remained in fheir homes and
their shops during the entire occupa
tion and who stuck to their principles
in the face of the enemy, risking" their
lives over and over again for liberty
nd freedom during the four years and
No matter how much oppressed, Miss
Honsinger says, the Belgian people
stuck at their posts defianfly wearing
green ribbon bows and green elotbes
and decorating their stores and houses
in green the color of hope, while all
of the men wore ivy leaf, the symbol
for endurance, when the Helgian col
ors wero ordered down. They obeyed
tho laws laid down by their oppressors
but never once gave up their idea of
freedom and worked consistently to
ward fliat end. During the time of oc
cupation single copies of the London
Times sold at five pounds, Mis Hon
singer was told.
Miss Jlunsjnjjer will lecture oa her
experience in Belgium, England JOrance
and Italy oa the summer circuit of the
Chautauqua association of Pennsylva
Another Sulem family has added its
name to tho long list of tourists spend
ing their vacation outside the state.
Mr. and Mrs. iKusaell bmith and son,
Russell Jr., are enjoying a two woukV
motor trip in Washington.
Mrs. Theodore M. Barr, accompan
ied by her son Karl and two younger
is vacuum packed by special
process which preserves its
strength and rich flavor
The most economical
coffee you can buy.
Remember Our Guarantee
BUY THE FIVE POUnD CAN
AND SAVE MORE MONET
In n fi n n fi n fill
children, Josephine and Lawrence, left
for Newport today where she will open
"Barr Harbor" for the remainder of
the season. They will be joined latn
by another son, Henry, and over the
week ends by -Mr. Barr.
Felicitations and good wishes are be
ing showered upon Mr. and Mrs. 11. Li
Newcomb (Beatrice Crawford) of Cleve
land, Ohio, upon the birth of a baby
daughter at the Deaconess hospital in
this city. Khe will be named La Vcrg
Mrs. iNewcoiub is well known ia Ba-
lem and was very popular during her
residence here. At present she is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
1 its 411 I
Appear At Your
H yoa reccivs a sodden
caller or sa aasimcted kc
viutloa yoa cm feel con
fident of always appearing
at your best la but a lew
nmtstt tenders to root
skin a wonderfully pare.
soft complexion that
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Egyptian Cotton. Summer Weight, all sizes
Oddments in Men's Suits
A limited Quantity Only. Exceptional Quality Suits
Must Be closed:
$20.00 SUITS $10.00
$25.00 SUITS $12.59
$27.50 SUITS $13.75
Men's Summer Hats
Made in good quality Khaki Cloth, WeU Ventilated
Pried at $1.00 and $1.25
Special Showing of
Working Men's Garments
Coveralls, Overalls Heavy Cotton Socks Gloves,
Shirts, Belts, Odd Pants, etc
Red Raspberries 12c Ik
Elack cap Raspberries 10c lb.
Blackberries (Lawtons) 8c lb.
Loganberries - - --8c lb
Evergreen Blackberries 7c lb.
We furnish boxes in 3 t rates, or wo
nill buy them in buckets or anything
yoa bring thorn in. Come and se as
tc-'oro you sell.
Warehouse High and Ferry Sts.
Office 542 State St. Salem, Oregon .
See Window Display
AGENTS FOR STETSON HATS, HOLEPROOF HOSE, PACKARD SHOES, STEIN-BLOCK CLOTHING
m & Goo
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Prima left yes
terday for a short outing at Newport.
GiiokIr of Mrs. V. P. rVco during
ehairtawua week, are her fwo nieces,,
Misses Audrey and Hose I la Buneh of?
Mr. and Mrs. Vietor lleadrickson,
who have been uests of Governor 01
cott, are in Portland e route to their
home in Blooming Prairie, Minnesota.
Mrs. Anna Edwards of Patifie Junc
tion, Mills eonnty, Iowa, arrived t
Brooks this week and will tf'end a visit
with her mother. Mrs. Ella Harker, her
sister, Mr Bell'tJrostxns: and her two
brother, John and Kld Barkei.
This is the fimt reunion m thirty
one years. From Brooks she will go to
Mertford to SMind a week's visit with
her brother, l lay Barker and then, ac
companied by her mother, wfTl he the
jruest oif another brother, Tom Barker,
at Newport. Before leaving for home
he will pass a few days in Portland.
Mrs. Oroshong will accompany her to
Miss Vivian Pearre has arrived In
Oregon for the purpose of inducing
Governor Oleott to eall a special ses
sion of the legislature .to ratify the
suffrage amendment. iMiss Ccarce, to
gether with sjboivt twenty five or thir
ty other workers from Washington, V.
('., are eovering the United States in
an effort te get the amendment ratified
in time for the women to vote at the
An interesting visitor in the eity Is
Miss Boll Shields who ie guet t the
Dan y home. Miss Kheilds has recent
ly returned from overseas where she
saw duty as an army nurse at base hos
pital 62, Severs, France.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Strum (bell Dar
by) of Toppeuish, Washington, are be
ing congratulated upon the birth of a
daughter, July 22d.
Mr. and "Mrs. F. M. Toothaere re en
joying fifteen lay camping trip in
Miss Lora Purvine has as her Ruesf
during fhautauqiia, Miss Maims i'ox.
After a week ' vimtt with her sister,
Mrs. Theodore Both, Mrs. Cls'hde Hill,
aeeompaaied by her small son, has re
turned to Portland.
Misa Flora Hummel of Spokane is
the guewt of her sister, Miss Ethel
Hummel, an instructor in the local high
The regular meeting of the Hulem
unit of American War Mothers will be
held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the OoBtmerria! club auditorium.
The lllihee eountry eui) will enter
tain with an informal danrt at the
golf links this evening. All members
re invited to attend.
Mrs. Burns' Letter
Here is a letter that if certain te
prove of interest to people in this vi
cinity, as casts of this sort occur in
almost every neighborhood, and people
should anew what to do in like or
avanitth. Mo., Oef. 12, 3016.
"I used a bottle of ( Stamberlain s
(Vlie and linrrhea Remedy sbont ntqe
years ago and it cured sie of flux (dys
entery.) I had anoth'-r attack of the
same eemfduint some three or fonr
years ajrci and a few dorrs of this rem
edy eured me. I have recommended
Chamberlain's Colie and Diarrhoea
Remedy to downs of people since I
first used it."
SCOnS MILLS NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Seotts Ali ls, Dr., July 2i. Items are
scarce i i this locality. The faimers sre
mostly btmy tnking care of their hay.
The weather is very warm Slid a good
rain woiilj br much welcomed.
Mr. Myers has been quite ill but Is
better at prewnt writing. Their daugh
ter, Dor oth r of Portland, eamo home to
help eare for her father.
J. A. Merry has sold over one hun
dred dollar of cherries from tnree trees.
Mr. and Mrs. Addlemaa wre in Sa
lem lust week where Mrs. AHukm-ta hr.d
as n-ern;iiirt for her ears. Mi? ir much
improved in hearing.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Commous, a-com
I aniel by Mr. and Mrs. Chaiua Shsr
liach of Mt. Aiicel visited relatives nesr
Albany ek. K!'turni"g eoaie
Mrs. Addic Smith has been nursing
her mother, Mrs. Hosier of near Mt.
Angel, who had tho misfortune" to fall
and break her arm.
Little Miss Baxter of Portland is
spending the summer here with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Myors.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Taylor of Port
land who have been visiting relatives
here, returned to their home Saturday.
Mrs. J. E. Coulson, w ho has been seri
ously ill for sonie time is thou,?Iit. fn h
some better though still under the doc
tor s eare.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taylor visited in
Middleton and Nowborg last week.
A letter from Will McGoe, who is on
'his way home from France, stopped to
visited with relatives in Missouri, states
that he expects to be at home iu the
We understand incorporation papers
have been taken out for an association
to build a new packing plant ia our
town and that over nine thousand dol
lars have been subscribed for that pur
pose by sonic of the prune growers here.
J. A. Taylor and Mr. mid Mrs. Brt
Scifct wero Portland visitors a few
"Forget !t"'-Buy At Home
$$$ Keep Them Home $$$
Save Tire Money
IN the gray side
produced a tire that
" ; way beyond all for
mer standards. You
are entitled to this
hew standard of
MOST MILES PER DOLLAR
The ARMCO IRON
In this week's
Saturday Evening Post
Is a reminder that ARMCO IRON
is used in the construction cf
It really doublet
tl-. life of a Oa
A -k to A
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Portland Rauwuy Light & Power Co.