Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 02, 1919, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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GHye (Eapital Journal
Publalied every eveuing except Sun
day by the Capital Journal Printing
Co., 136 South Commercial street,
Salem, Oregon.
Editor and Publisher
Telephones Circulation aud Busi
ness office, 81; Editoriul rooms 82. .
National Advertising Representa
tives V. D. Ward, Tribune Building,
New York, W. H. Stockwcll, People's
tips Building, Chicago.
3 5250
Certified 'by Audit Bureau of Circulation.
Entered n second class mail matter
at Salem, Oregon.
INFLUENZA is again making its appearance in north
, western cities. Sporadic cases are being reported in
Oregon from Portland to Ashland, which constitute a
warning that effort should be general to prevent another
Seattle has inaugurated a flu prevention campaign.
Measures suggested are:
... Enlisting physicians in co-operative prevention army.
Compelling citizens to quit spitting on the sidewalk
and persuading them to be careful about it elsewhere.
Forbidding the sale of non-sterilized second-hand bed
ding. Enforcing other sanitary laws.
Salem should play safety first and do everything pos
sible to prevent another epidemic. Individuals should ob
serve the laws of hygiene, live cleanly, take plenty of ex
ercise in the fresh. air, and curb their spitting, coughing
and sneezing propensities.
Bend Woman Is
Here to Claim
Reward Money
Mrs. E. Keeney of Bend, Or., was a
state capitol visitor Wednesday, calling
on Warden Steiuer of tlio tnto prison
to claim the $50 reward offered by the.
state for the capture of Dave Brichoux,
who had escaped from the state hospital
flax pulling crew. ,
Mrs. Keeney provided the information
leading to the capture of .Brichoux,
which, according to the usual custom, is
regarded ns entitling her to the reward I
money sitnougu it is understood mat
he sheriff of Deschutes county is also
laying claim to a share of the reward
for his part in the capture. .
The Glatsop County Dairymen's
league announces an increase in the
price of milk of 40 cents a hundred on
October 1 . .
Ten commissioned officers and 36
enlisted men have been detailed as in
structors in military work at Oregon
Agricultural college.
A Fool At 40
Odds, and Ends I
We-used to have a lot of. respect for
the dollar. It was made of silver, nnJ
ljure the imprint of the United States
government, and carried "tho portrait o
the artist's beautiful model, and said,
"lu God Wo Trust" implying, of
course, thst there was no one else that
could be trusted for a dollar. The coin
was up to date, too, ineo its design in
ehiih'd a bunch .of spears and tt mint
mark, just (ike the chewing gum nda.
When people began slanging the dol
lars around und calling them "beans"
tnd "simoleuins". th0 best thought of
America wa outraged. "Bones" and
"iron men" were all right in the world
of Jmikery, but they hardly eognnted
the amount of respect and dignity tlmt
should go with a product that had "to
president ami Postmaster Burleson back
of them.
We felt that way particularly In the
case of the dollars that hud been Hump
ed iu Philadelphia. Philadelphia, the
city of brotherly love, and city of Ed
Boll, and 'Connie- Mack, and of all that
kind of thing. Dollar that fume bright
and shiny from Philadelphia should
never be called "washers "aud "bucks
by us. Dear nol
Theu when the high cost of living
cinne around we cherished more than
ever those bright d'isks. We like to have
tli in ant only round, but around us. It
became an exciting game, nut to mukc a
: dollar go twice as fur, but just as far.
ThiM'oin became n, symbol of opulence,
ami one felt better, even better off, just
to hear it jingle, cttn if it were only In
' Homebody 's elso ' pocket.
Anil, then one day "the college pro
fessors came out and told us (hat tn
dollar was not dear at all; that in real
ity it wu cheap, worth barely half what
it used to bt . t Which made us all feel
cheap; those of us who under ordinary
"!i'emntnnce9 would have felt like thir-
THERE are a number of buildings in Salem with va
cant upper stories. Some of these lofts are unfin
ished. Others have been empty for years. '
There is apparently no reason why these lofts should
not be utilized, modernized and equipped as lodging and
apartment houses. The returns would justify the invest
ment, enhance the property and improve the city.
The improvements could be made quickly at compar
atively small cost and they would provide immediate
housing accommodations for many now unable to locate
here and help solve the housing problem.
The present dirty, unkept appearance of these upper
floors is discreditable alike to the owners and the com
munity. A healthy public spirit as well as the possibility
of profits should furnish the inspiration for the remod
eling and utilization of idle upper floors. . -
It is an O'd proverb that every man
is either a fool or a physieian at 40.
Well, I fooled along for 40 years in
the practice of pharmacy and the study
of medicine and therapeutics before I
discovered the wonderful prescription
for .Number 40 for the Blood. There is
more of this wonderful prescription
sold and used by the citizens of our
home city than all other blood medi
cines combined. It -is indicated in all
depraved conditions of the system. fin
blood poisoning, in sores, ulcers, ecze
ma and skin-diseases. In chronic rjieu-
Glendale Boy KiEed By
Failing Tree Wednesday
RoBeburg, Or., Oct. 2. P. W. Zwight J
son of M. D. Zwight, a lumber manu-j
facturer at Glendale, was killed WeiTues '
day morning when a huge limb of a tree ,
he was felling struck him on the head,'
crashing the skull. j
Zwight was 25 years of agj and un-1
til Saturday last was employi'd by thai
Standard Oil company at Koseburj;,
when he resigned his position to take i.
j'nurge or n crew or men at tne men
(dale mill. It was, while directing the:
work of his crew that the accident oc
curred. . - '
By Mary Douglas
Mr. Arnold! as Invited us to spend tlio
day on his yacht.
, The big Picree-An'oW was waiting for
us. I sank buck into the luxurious seat
naturally. Lazily I watched the flying
bits of laudsenpe, the white winding
road, and the blue waters seen from
sudden hills. After two woeks this Is
ho natural to me. I am perfectly at
hnme. I have almost forgotten that
there was a Sara Lnue that had to be
-A girl who polished her own shoes.
Anil must scrimp una save for a new
dress. To whom luxury was a forbidden
thing. ., And now it. is so perfectly nat
ural. II is second nature, in two short
weeks time, to ring for a maid. To have
every comfort, convenience, elegance, at
Mnybc I shall never need to go nssu
to that other Sara Lane. That flnrti
Lane who has lived and struggled foT
ty cents heard the market drop out t ruin twonty-f i ve long rears.
under us and wo would have felt our- For Georgo Arnold hits everything. He
selves going strong even ut fit teen cento a Pittsburgh inillioimite. That mythi
-Cwtoons Magazine.,.
(Cnpital Journal Special Service-,)
O. W. Karris hn' bought tho Bieknell
residence aud will move as soon as Mr.
itauBct vacutos the house.
Chester Smith und mother, lira. Art
rvinith. are visiting Turner friends fro hi
eastern Oregon.
Turner public school opened Monday
with an enrollment of 99 pupils, Sev
rrnl more are to start as won as the
prime crop is harvested and the school
jeiir biJs fair to be a banner year.
tions. Thero WSIb a sitting-room with
deep blue rugs. A davenport and chairs
of that (lurk blue velvet. Windows, cur
tnlned, that gavo on tlio shining waters.
A dimug room perfect ju its appoint
incuts. Aud tiny bed rooms. To mo it
.seemed a floating palace.
Then we Bat on the wide awninged
deck. The wicker chairs held out com
fnrtnble arms. A tiny button, concealed
ut the aide, was the signal for the stew
It was a long, idle, sunny day. Ycf
though wo all were there, I found my
self much alono with Georgo Arnold. We
talked and strolled together. Alone, he
showed me tint utusic-rocmi.. The mustai
room with its piano und its white, fluted
columns. ... ., . . ,.
I paused before o picture in an open
frame. A picture of a sad-eyed girl;
George Arnold said, "That was my sis-
A long, idle, sunny day. A day I
would not forget.
I could scarcely believe thut we had
steamed back to the vacht club, that it
was lute afternoon. "As the tender camo
chug-chugging towards us, George Ar
nold leaned on the poKshed rail, lie
spoke low, o only I could hear.
"Miss Lane, would you come out to
my yacht tomorrow f Take tea with mo
alone t" He paused at the question. Ho
cul thing to mo two weeks ago. My
thoughts came to an end. Wo wore at
the yacht club.
Tho littlo tender was waiting for us.
Wo snw Mr. Arnold's yacht, the "Blue
.Tav," for tho first time. It luv likoi
.1 t .. 1.... 111..
As we eftine nnfil'er. U was nven morel
Ibeautiful, intricate. George Arnold j 1 1,1,1 m' SIM'rot' 1 lmJ Kivpi mi' life ln-
WHited for us on the briilge, As I step- j to his hands. '
pod ulourd, I could not help ft little j And as we crossed tlio intervening
nirii! or cxeHt'iiieni, in some wuv x
I watched me with Benreuingsves.
When I had snid "Yes," I felt I had
GatsoD Officers Go East
To Bring Back Safe Blower
V.'F. Br.kotich, deputy sheriff of flat
s ip fomily, nnd lnu Belcher, a special
deputy, were here Wednesday to receive
from Governor Oleott requisition papers
on the governor of Missouri refloating
the release to the Oregon officials of
Prank Barrett alias Prank Wagner, Al
Meadows mid James Clerev wanted foi
1'iowiiig a safe in the Kullunkl store at
Astoria the night of August 1(1, A
tola of apriixlmntelr $10,000 Hii liberty
bonds and gold .coin was taken from
toe safe. -
BnUot icli and Belcher left last night
for Rt. Joseph, Mo,, where the three
men are being held.
Fanes Will Not
knew I was the guest of honor. He was
doing it all for me.
He took us over the "Blue J:iy."
Aud smiled at my delighted exehuiia-
wnters to the land, I saw only tho gold
en light in the clouds. Not the grny of
evening creeping on.
(Tomorrow Pi tiding Out the Truth.)
op Here: Field Plowed
The aviation field here htning been
torn up by plowing demonstrations dur
ing state fair week there Is no landing
field available at this time for the aft'
eotnodation of the bombing plnne which
i. "lak'tns n tour of the Pacific coast.
Governor Oleott conveyed this infor
mation Wednesday to Colonel Hnrtz, in
command of the plane, who li.-.d wired
from Spokane for information relative
to landing facilities wth a view to in.
eluding Mem in his schodulo of stops.
i . born: 5
COOPER To Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil T.
Owper. L1B7 ' 'North' Commercial
utrret, Tuesdav, September (to. 1P1,
son, to be called James W. Cooper
Killinj frosf, several Wftelis earlier
than usual, struck TTond River valley
Monday night. Truck gardens suffered
B3riusly. - -
The Aniorieftii society for the con
trol of eancer sounds ,i tremendous
warning against cancer in tho follow
ing vital facta: . ' "
1. lbtiing the great war the United
States lost about XO.OOO soldiers. Dur
ing the same two years 180,000 people
died of cancer in this country. Cancer
is how lulling one out of every ten
persons over 40 years of age.
2. Many of these deaths are prevent
able, since cancer is frequently eur
able, if recognized and properly treat
ed ii its early stages, ....
3. Cancer is not a constitutional or
"blood" disease; there should ibo no
thought of disgrace, or of "hereditary
taint" about it.
4. Cancer is. not a comimiuiciblo dis
ease. It la not uossPble to "catch" can
cer from one who has it.
5. Cancer-is ot inherited. It is not
certain even that a tendency to the
disease is inherited. Cancer is so fre
uuettt that sinqily b" the. law of chauco
there may be ninny eases in soma fam
ilies, and this gives rise to much need
less worry about inheriting tlio dis
ease. ,
G. The beginning of'caneer is usual
ly pninles; tor tins reason its mswii
tfus onset i frequently overlooked, aud
is too 'easily neglected. Other danger
signals must be recognized and com
petent medical advice obtained at
once,- .-. -'
. Kverr persisting lump in the
breast Is a warning sign. 'AH such
lumps are by io means cancer, but ev
en innocent tumors of tha l.iet may
turn into cancer if neglected.
f. In women continued unusual dis
charge or bleeding requires the imme
diate advice of a competent doctor.
The normal change of life is not ac
companied by increased flowing which
is always suspicious, The return of
flowing Rfter it has tnce stopped
should also, be considered suspicious.
Oo not expect the doctor to tell you
nhnt tho tumor is without nxakliijr k
Medford Students Vote To
Give Help To Orchard Men
Medford, Or., Oct. 3. At 'he high
school nssemb.y hour Tuesday fee stu
dent body ol" i!20 boys and girls voted
unanimously to work in the orchards a
week whenever the high school should
be adjourned for that purpose. The
school board decided to close the high
school Monday for a week. The ques
tion of closing the grade'schools of Mod
ford and a number of tho coivty rnn
schools will be acted o" later.
New York, Oct'. 2. iLibdrty bond
quotations: -.
100.02; first 4's 95.22; sec
ond 4'g 93.90; first 4 's 95.50; sec
ond 4's 04; third 4 's 90; fourth
4Mi 94-14; vietory 3 3-4's 99.94; 4
3-4 '8 99.88. -
If Back Hurts Use
Salts For Kidneys
Eat less meat if Kidneys feel like lead
: or Bladder bothers you Meat
" forms nVic add
t ,,. - ..; .-, 1
Most folks forget)- that tho kidney,
like the bowels, get sluggish and clog
ged and need' a flushing occasionally,
elsa wo have backache- and dull misery
in, the kidney region, severo headaches,
rheumatic twinges, torpid liver, acid
stomach, sleeplessness and all sorts of
bladder disorders.
lou simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and th moment you
feel an ahe or pain- in the kidney re-'
gion, get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any rood drug store here,
take a tnblespoonful'Hn a glass of wa
ter before break last for a few days
and your kidneys 'will then act fine.
This anions suits is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with lithin, nud is harmless to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity.. It also neu
tralizes the acids in the urine bo it no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
; Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent litltia
wnter drink which everybody should
take now and then to keep their kid
nevs clean, thus avoiding serious com
plications, ,
A well known local druggist say3 he
sells lots of Jad fialts to folks who be
lieve in overcoming kidney trouble
while it is only trouble. ,(Adv)
careful physical examination.
!. Any sore that does not heal, par
tieuhirly about tlio -mouth, lip or tongue
is a danger signal. Picking and irri
tating suoli sores, cracks, ulcerations,
etct, or treating these skin conditions
by home remedies, puste, 'poultices,
caustics, etc., is playing with fire,
Warty growths mole's, or other birth
marks, especially those subject to eon
stunt irritation,' should be attended to
immediately 'if 'they change in color
or appearance, or start to grow. Avoid
ntico of chronic irritation and removal
of just such seemingly insignificant
danger spots may prevent cnucer.
10 Persistent 'indigestion in middle
life'uii), , ui.rl. .,.,.1 ..i,
ui ,.tu jtiim, luiiuiiiig, or.
iiiarritoen, call tor thorough aud com
petent medical advice as to tho possi
vilify of internal cancer.
11. Open warfare by open discussion
will mean the prevention of many need
loss deaths from cancer. The common
belief that cane,er is a hopeless malady
is paiiiy iiue to the inet that eases of
successful treatment- are frequently
concealed by the patient and his fam
ily, while cases of failure (too often
resulting from delay) aro likely to be
come common knowledge.
Miss lievtha Dorris. n irraibtnto nf
the University of Oregon and recently
police matron tit Kugene, is now in
euargei or a 4cpttrtiucnt on the police
fore f New Orleans.
Stops Medicine-
Health Recovered
By Internal Baths
Little Otivian JSmith, daughter of 8.
G. mitli, was seriouslv injured at Cot
tage Grove when she was struck by
a bicycle s she was returning home
I roiil school.
T.enlMmr A itnln ,n l,,i 1,'x.l- nA.l
his father's home, telling of his inten
tion io column suietitc, A. v. Moore,
tivintv til Adlilnn-l tl.,. m ,1 1. :t I.. J .1. I...
,,1,1, ,111,, IV!I.-M Him-
Self ointi time sturduy night.
Mr. A. Czarmecki, 057 Montgomery
St., fciaii Francisco, Cal., writes Tyr
rell's Hygienic Instiitnto of :New York
as follows:
" must admit that the use of the
J. B. 1j. Cascade' his cured chronic
constipation from which I suffered.
Since May 12, UH.'S, I havo never even
tasted any kind of' patent medicine or
purgative. My health is . exut-eueat -an
every respect. "
Over half a million bright, keen, in
telligent Americans have found that
internal bathinsr is more ewnt-rat to
their health, than external baths
. Have fiHind that used occasionally
at night thev feel liko different people
the next morning. No more of that bil
ious, tired, nervous foeling. but having
by nature's own cleanser antiseptic
warm watci- removed all the poison
ous waste front the lower intestine,
they awake thorttnuMy refreshed by
normal sleep, with all their functions
acting properly, clear headed, happy
and confident, eager and cajiable for
the duties of the day, .
Why not. learn mote- a'bout this rap
idly growing anil natural practice? The
"J. B. I. Casetnlc" is the- invention
of Chas. A. Tyrrell, M. I)., of CS'ew
York, a specialist on internal baths
for 2-3 years, and is now heiug shown
and explained by Daniel J. Pry in Sa
lem, Ore., who will give you free ou
request n-n bttcp'tiitg booklet' on "tht
subject called "Whv Man of Ttday
is Only 5 Opercent Efficient." (Adv)
Expectant Mothi
to 270
N. Com'I St.
matism, catarrh, constipation, stomach,
kidney and liver troubles. J. C. Men
denhall, 40 years a druggist. Houston,
Texas, Jan. 22. 1918. J. C. Mcndenhall,
Evansville, Ind. Dear Sir: "Having
suffered from 12 to 18 months with
nervous breakdown, said by physicians
to be sciatic nouralgia, causing gener
al toxic poisoning and seeing your ad
verti ment in the Ean Antonio Ex
press,'! called on Dr. A. M. Fisher,
druggist. He recommended your pre
scription Number 40 which I have using
for three months and have received'
great benefit from it. Sleep well, "good
appetite, have gained Several pounds
in weight, get. np feeling fresh very
morning. Have no pains. My nervou
system has become nearly normal." Be
speetfully, J, L. Dupree, 1715 Commom
St. Number 40 is sold by Bchaefcr
drug store.
J. C.
Lotion for Skin Disease
Perry's. " . ' ' '
Prescription for
ft U yer the itiindard ikin remedy
liquid used externally iiulant relief from itch.
the mildest of clean ten keeps
thesktn alwaytciesD ana neauny.
Com la sad uk hi about beUa-
- Established 1868
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. in. to 3 p. m.
now imencan w omen reaK uowa
Owing to the modem manner of living and the nervous
haste of every woman to accomplish just so much" each day,
they overdo, and as a consequence develop ailments peculiar
to their sex, as is indicated by backache, headache, nervous
ness, the blues, displacements and weakness.
' Women who find themselves
in this condition should slow
down,' and depend upon
that good old fashioned root
and herb remedy, Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, to restore them to
health and strength, for there
is no other remedy known
that so quickly restores a
healthy, normal condition.
Here is the Story of a Most
Remarkable Recovery
Minneapolis, Minn. "I was run down
and nervous, could not rest at night, and
was more tired jn the morning than when
I went to bed." I have two children, the
youngest three months old, and it was
drudgery to care for them as 1 felt so
irritable and generally worn out. From
lack of rest and appetite rny baby did
not get enough nourishment from me, so
I startad to give him two bottle feedinos
1 A t . . . . O .
After taking three bottles of
E. Pinlcham's Vegetable
Compound I felt like a new woman, '
i oi lite and energy. It 13 a
leasure to care for my children
and I amvery happy with them
and teel fine. I nurse my
j)aby exclusively again, and
can t say too much for
your medicine
Mrs. A. L Miller.
2633 East 24th St.
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