PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OKEGON. FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, 1919 This Is Better ? Than Laxatives - . On NR Tablet Each Hi(ht For A Ndt Will Correct Your Constipation n4 : Make Constant Dosing Unnscaa- , . ry. ;Try lU-.- - '' a Mm yi MI At Salem's neatest Women Armarel lm. arr k vmsv . . wm : 1 1 n 7 I Store, Friday and Saturday The new Fall garments are here in abundance, fresh from the hands of -expert designers and tailors come hundreds of models, faithfully interpreting in the minutest details the styles, mater ials and new colors that have wdn first place in the world of fashion. , It would be hard indeed to imagine a more complete showing of decidedly stylish Women's Apparel including new Fall Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Millinery and Furs, or to as semble garments of quality that would give greater satisfaction. Yet in spite of their excellent qualities and expert tailoring their prices are moderate. But you must really see the new arrivals to fully appreciate their many charms. Therefore you're cordially invited to come and personally inspect the new models, and try on as many of the gar ments as you desire. - Experienced saleswomen will gladly assist you and you'll not be obligated. " Poor ' digestion ana assignation mean a poorly nourished body and low vitality. Poor elimination mouns cloeseii bowels, fermentation, pntri faction and the. formation of poisonous gases which aro absorbed by the blood and can led through the body. The result is weakness, headaches, -dlzxine3s, coated tongue, inactive liver, bilious attacks, loss of enorsy, nerv- ; ousncss, poor- appetite, impoverished ' blood, sallow complexion, pimples, skin disease, and often times serious ill ness. Ordinary laxatives, purses una ca thartics salts, oils, calomel end the like may relieve for a few hours,. but real, lasting; benefit can only come, through use of medicine that tones up and strengthens the ulgestivo as well as the eliminctive organs. Get a 25c box of Natures Remedy (NR Tablets) and take one tablet aeii night for a week. Kelief will follow the very first dose, but a few days will elapse before you foel and rouliza the fullest w benefit When you. get straightened out and feel just right again-you -need -not take medicine every day an occasional NR Tablet will then keep your system In good condition' . and you will always feel ; your best. Remember, keeping well is easier and cheaper than getting well. . Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets are sold, guaranteed and recommended by your druggist. ........ Daniel J.- Fry. 'druggist. felf Elegant New Fall Suits Bolted styles predominate, some in KuHsiau blouse effort. Buttons ploy an important port elaborate designs in braiding handsome col lars of nutria, squirrel or opossum, decorative vents in contrasting col or, ornament the dressier ' models. . . Poiret Twill, Serge, Trieotine, Vol onr are represented. Two new mater ials, T1N.SKLTONE nnd PLUM ETTE, will be sure to meet with the approval of the flue woman. Linings are unusually handsome,- Brown is the lending color, with the ever popular navy blue next. Prices range from $29.50 to?85.00 Fall Showing of Women's Coats The variety is so great that the women of Salem and vicinity need have no difficulty in finding a sty le to please their individual taste, here you'll find coats of all hinds and for all occasions, some made, with collars of self material, fur or plush, principally belted models, all popular materials including Plush, Velvet, Velour, Hilvertone, Peach, Bloom, Yalama and Bolivia, prevail ing colors are Brown, Navy Taupe, -Pekis, Plain, Burgundy, Navy: and Green. Prices range from $15.00 to $125.00 New Fall Dresses You will be delighted with the new Fall Dresses, for the styhes are' more attractive than ever before. Materials are Serge, Trieotine, Tri colet Oabardino and Wool Jersey Dresses. Smart coat effects, blouse ' and straight line styles. Every nomas interestet in the new fash wonins interestet in the new fash ions should see these attractive ' dresses. Styles were never so charm ing and 'there is a wide diversity in modes of trimming. Prices ' range ' ' from $18.75 to $55.00 n fcSLI n -in i Fur Neckpieces You will -look more attractive, lie warmer and in the front ranlt of stylo, If you wear furs this fall. There's no' end to the variety of good furs that you will find hero Scurfs, Muffs, Stoles and Sots, lu tho Choicest and newest styles. $7.50 to $75.00 Shetland Wool Sweaters Sweaters and Sport Coals in tho most attractive styles of the season. Plain weaves or fancy, as you pre fer. -Some have tuxedo front and belt or tie sash. Large selection of styles in every wanted color and in various combinations. Prices range w from $5.95 to $15.00 Autumn Waist Models A regular galaxy of new blouses , Most characteristic of the new models are the round neck line, blouses of this kind fasten in back or side leavin a front panel. Some ' embroidered, others decorated in beads. Embroidery, pin tucks, etc. New Arrivals In Arrow Waists Including .Georgette and Crepe de Chine inndtds, will graco our Fall - Opening display, Friday and Satur day. Flesh, white bisque, Copen and blue are the prevailing colors, rang ing in price from $5.00 to $15.00 We, are .exclusive Salem agents for the celebrated hand finished Arrow blouse Charming Fall Millinery Your special attention directed to an interesting advance showing of the new trimmed hats for early fall wear, particularly the smart tailor ed effects.Specially priced at from $4.50 to $12.50 High Cost Of Merchandise Notwithstanding all the ' talk re garding Jhe increased manufactur ing cost W merchandise and high profits this store shall do its ut most to maintain fair prices and in many instances, will be contented with less profits this season, than ever before. Why We Can Sell For Less Because we are one of a chain of ' Cloak and Suit Stores (owned by this company) in Portland, Seattle, Tacoma,:' Sponane, Salem and other northwestern cities. Our buying pow er is greater, and because of our low overhead expenses and our pol icy of selling for cash only we ea sell for less and save you money. k (I ' ' ' White Corner Building Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store IP -TABLETS mm mrMi DISQUE DROPS ; (Continued from page one) ined it in July, 1910, according to in formation received. The report recommends that the scheduled scale of spruce production ' equipment September 2 be deferred nii til Secretary Baker and the war depart ment make a full investigation. "It is believed from the foregoing facts, as set forth,'.', concluded the re port, "that approximately $j,000,000 were squandered, misapplied aud ccn verted to the uses of the Milwaukee railroad interests. And such acts were . permitted by- men in positions of Au thority, whose duty it was to pre vest such wasteful and unnecessary expendi tures." " , , ; . , ; .v:;r- .-. MAJORITY REPORT MADB FOR : POLITICAL PURPOSE ISA Portland, Or., Aug. ; 29.-Thst ; the initial report to Secretary of War Ba ker bv Congressmen. Frear and McGee, majority of the congressional sub-committee which is investigating spruce production in tho northwest was er roneous is the declaration .which was made here this afteVnoon by Represent ative Clarence F. Lea, third member of the probing committee. - ' ' Jjea announced that he will a minor ity report by wire Saturday. . - ' '"Hunk," is the way he characteriz ed thnt part of his colleagues' report which- intimated that unless stopped on' ly a salvage price of about 10. percent of true value could "be- secured from the $20,000,000 sale of spruce produc tion equipment, which is advertised to be held in Portland, September 2. "Cunningly contrived for political effect," is another expression which was used by the democratic member of the committee in his comment upon tho majority report. - DISQUE DECLARES RYAN HAD NO HAND IN BUILDING ROAP "' -9 '3jgSIS3 Washington, Aug. 29. John i)'. liyau, former director of aircraft production, had nothingto do with building of an extension of the Chicago, St. Paul & Milwaukee railroad in which ho is hen v. ily interested, into spruce forests, ac cording to former Brigadier General Disque, in a letter to Senator Thomas, Colorado. The letter was made public today following publication of a report by the Frear house investigating com mittee charging that Ryan had wasted money while developing spruce produc tion in the Pacific northwest for build ing of aircraft. 1 , "The Milwaukeo railroad approached that stand of timber "nearer than any other line and with a view to conserving the funds of the war department, I car ried on negotiations with the officials of the Milwaukee railroad," Disque's letter satd. " "When I referred to the extension of the Milwaukee road, Mr. Hyan prompt ly told me that he was a director of that line and would not discuss any matters pertaining to it. He asked Mr. 8tcttinius, assistant of wu-r to act for him in every phase of the matter. "I know positively that Mr. Ryan had absolutely nothing to do with the negotiations leading up to the contract. I carried them on myself and had a com plete contract with them before I left Portland, requiring only the approval of the director of aircraft production to make it legal. " - - Great YarmouthHSummoncd 'to at tend a patient late at night, a' munici pal doctor consulted a plan of his dis trict, and found he lived half in and half out of the area. The patient's bed Wan eXnCtlV 97 ffUt fmm tha Hnvnunl. boundary, and the doctor refused treat ment, tie was upneld. 0EQOD1LIL The Famous Beaalifier Have yon tried it yet Thousand everywhere are using it. It is a wonder ful tonic for the skin, .defies hot sum mer son, and causes wrinkles, tan, freckles, sallow skin, blackheads, sun spots, roughness, ruddiness to quickly disappear. It bring roses to the cheek and makes anyone look 10 years young er. Gives youthful complexion and " A skin you tove to touch." A single application troves it. See targe an nouncmeni aoon to appear in this pa per. Ask your druggist about it.