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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. Wednesday, October 22, 1919.
OREGON STRIKES OF
PAST THREE MONTHS
It Gave Him A
Jones Had no Idea any' Medicine
Could do ror mm wnai xaniao
Score Of Foreigners Among
Strikers Arrested In mot
! A total of S029 workers have been
out on strike in Oregon during the
, Vast SO days, but the great majority
i of them are now back at work or have
' found other employment, or their diffi
; Veulties are in process of conciliation,
oonnniinor to data nrenared by C. H.
' " Gram, state labor commissioner, upon
. Request of the national industrial con
; ference board or Boston, ma.ua. .
1 i The largest number affected in any
' Industry are the metal trades workers,
in which 1500 are involved, and whose
. strike has been in effect since October
I. Part of the number were employed
In the shipyards of Vancouver, Wash-
, Ington. '
! Next in numbers were the telephone
operators whose strike was adjusted
about thre monthB ago. The laundry
.n1.iraP. wir hn.vA been on strike a
month and the tailors who walked out
.(t wankn atro. each went out suv
; (rtrong, out the ranks of the latter have
been reduced by agreements until now
125 is the force actually out
There were 225 cereal workers out
tut their strike is now in process of
adjustment. Jewelery workers went
out 50 strong but about half have re
turned to work through agreements
reached with employers. Hoisting and
- portable englners to the number of 80
went out but have found other employ
4 ment Their issue of wages andrecog
tion la still contested. The issue o.
recognition for the meat cutters is still
contested though the 24 men who went
out on strike have found otner worn.
In addition to these there were loca
strikes of timber workmen in logging
. camps in which approximately 500
: men were involved, striking for wage
Increases and recognition for their un
ion. Camp affecting about half the
number have made settlement. '
The Multnomah Tire company of
1 Portland, which has a capital stock
' of $5000, filed articles of Incorpora
tion yesterday. Incorporators are W.
j It Powell, E. V. Littlefield and C. H.
. Articles were also tiled by the Wat
aonlte Products company of San Fran-
, Cisco. Tts capital suck is
the incorporators are WilliamJ. Wat
son. Berkeley. Cal.. Alfred S. Kirks
, San Francisco, and Abram S. Marks,
Exchange And Registration
Of Bonds Subject To Fee
gfBHrfttoHA r-:ih state teas
' nrer's department for exchange and
registration are subject to the regis
! tration fee of 60 cents- each, even
v. o mtmher of bonds are ex-
changed for one, according to an opin
ion prepared by. Attorney General
Brown upon the request of State
Treasurer Hoff. The query on the
part of Hoff was prompted by the re
ceipt of some 60 bonds last week for
registration and exchange for one
- bond. The treasurer was in doubt as
to whether the charge for the ex
jT change should be 50 cents or J 2 6. The
attorney "general was of the opinion
that it was not the intention- of the
' legislators that the work of registering
t nd exchanging these bonds should be
i.' performed at a loss to the state.
Oreogn City school bonds to the
amount of $35,000, authorized by the
voters several weeks aog, were pur
chased by Devereaux & Co., of Port
land, bringing a premium of $178.63.
"Well, sir, the" way ' Tanlac has
overcome my troubles and built me
un Is wonderful," said H. P. Jones, a'
well known ship fitter in the employ
of the United States government, who
lives at 752 East Thirty ninth St.KLos
Angeles, Cal., the other day. -
"The truth of the matter is," con
tinued Mr. Jones, "I took Tanlac as
a last resort, for I had no idea any
medicine or treatment would do me
any good. I had a general breakdown
in health last December, ana 1 nave
been in mighty bad shape ever since.
My stomach went back on me, and
everything I ate disagreed with me
and I would suiter tor nours aner
mAoid nn nccount of being all bloated
up with gas. I would ave the worst
sort or cramping puma iu uj v
my stomach. My nerves were in such
awful condition that I would often go
for seventy two hours without a wink
nt olaan Tn fnO.t. T WA.fi almOSt & nerV-
niia wreck. I lust kept on getting
worse all the time, and I finally gave
up all hope or ever Being wen again.
"That wna the condition I was in
when I heard about Tanlac, and while
I had no idea that It would do me any
good, I just thought I would make
one more effort any way. Well, sir,
you can well imagine my surprise
when I commenced to ieei Deuer. i
luat hrnnpd nn And took a new lease
Ion life, and stuck to Tanlac until I
am now a well, robust man again, l
have gained eleven pounds ' already.
My nerves have quieted down, and I
sleep like a school boy every nignt. i
am srettine readv to eo back to work
again, and that is something I never
expected to be able to ao again, my
nnnctitn ia fine, and I can eat lust
anything I want without suffering
afterwards. All my friends and neigh
bors are as much surprised at my
wnnrlAvful Imnrnvnment as I am. and
I spend most of my time now, pass-
nor tViA ennfl word alone: to otners wno
suffer as I did. Tanlao Is a blessing
to the world, and as long as I live
I will praise it for the good It nas
Tanlao is sold in Salem by Tyler's
Drug Store, in Hubbard by Hubbard
Drug Co., in Mt. Angel by Ben
finra-h. in Rervaia bv John Kelly, in
Turner by H. P. Cornelius," in Wood-
burn by Lyman H. Shorey, in snver
tnn hv Obo. A. Steelhammer. in Gates
by Mrs. J. P. .McCurdy, in Stayton by
C. A. Beauchamp, in Aurora ny Auro
ra Drug Store, in St. Paiji oy urqce
terla Stores Co., In Donald by M. W.
Johnson, In Jefferson by Foshay &
Mason and In Mill City Dy Maricetena
Gro. Co. Adv)
Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct 22. (United
Press.) A score of men, all foreign
ers, were under arrest in Braddock,
nAnr tiArA. tnoav. loiiowinz SDoraaic
clashes in that district yesterday in
which one man was shot and two score
others injured. Order was restored
last night by state troopers.
The fighting occurred m tne vicin
ity of the entrance to the mills ot the
Carnegie Steel company. According
to police, workmen . who had been
housed In the mill ventured outside for
the first time since the steel strike
Lower Powder Yalley Votes
Approval 01 Big rroject
f i nrcrnnixAtion of the TiAWAr Pnw.
3er Valley irrigation district in Baker
county was approved .oy tne residents
nf thA ritatrlnr At An AIAPtmn. Mnndnv
according to Information received Tues
day by State Engineer Percy A. Cup
rtAr. Tha district embraces 70.QAA apt-aa
of land ot which 40,000 are Carey act
lanoa, s --
HennrtB received bv the fire mar
ahBl inrlicfctn that the fire prevention
campaing which Is now in progress In
eastern Oregon nas.tnus xar proven a
great success and plans are under
way to extend the drive to other
parts of the state.
What a RUef When aH the Family
Eat the Same Foods! Avow dys
pepsia, Sour Risings, im
Indigestion from Break
fast Sausage to Dinner
After mother has struggled two or
three hours over a hot fire to do the
cooking for a hungry family, it is
All Revere tires in stock 15
Reg. price 15 perct less
30x3 $14.50 $12.33
30x3 1-2 $20.90 $17.77
32x3 1-2 $21.75 $18.65
"Slx4 $28.75 .. $24.45
32x4 $29.30 $24.90
33x4 $28.65 $24.28
34x4 $31.70 $26.95
32x4 $49.90 $42.42
33x4 $50.28 $42.78
35x4 1-2 $59.70 ... $50.75
This is your opportunity to save
money Tou must act quickly
I save your rim cut tires
"Motorlife" in your gasoline
tank will clean your engine and
give you more power.
v Clark's Tire House
819 North Commercial St.
Salem . Oregon
fuuuuiug ana Water Systems Inatalleo
nh.UnMi flam Tinirlnaa v
rj GBABEE BROS, 141 South Liberty
it.. Phone 550. Also agent ior xmu-
To v m: oi muigesUon Contributes
Wonderfully to the Happiness of
i . , ... vhftn there isn't a
dyspeptic jinx among them. Of course
arr,ciin. nr dailv indiges
tion must be looked after. But it is
tar more to the point to prevent as
weU as to treat sour stomach, belch-
a i ..v. hv such a val-
oable means as . Stuart's P6
Tablets. Coddling the stomach with
oft food and predigested stuff mere
ly Invites sluggishness. .
litti nnrk sausages for
breakfast without fears; have a plate
f beans and a piece of pie with
cheese for lunch, and end the day
with a real dinner, instead of a bow
of bread and milk. Follow each meal
... Tv.ror.onRi a Tablet ana
get right back to your ajT?11L.
These tablets digest food and as-
st the stomach to prepare We con
tent for assimilation in the intestinal
- . . , t tha d radical re-
iracu i nun -- , - .
.. . . . .tv. iriHiices a becter
Ber ana neip r the
appeOte and a greater freedom In the
election of foods. Tou-wlll find Stu
art. Dyspepsia Tablets on sale at any
.g '.tore in the United ano?
-. CaU they are considered one o
'47 KSS. II
Scratching is dangerous
stop it witn
-p stopitwitn i
rash you make it worse. The intenst
desire to scratch such skin disorder!
as eczema, humor, nettle rash and like
skin ailments, may be instantly re
lieved when Resinol Ointment is ap
plied to the affected parts. -
It U adrtnUe in mmt cue tothomitb.
lr cleans Ihe infiunod (pot wkb Reiisol
Sosp mnd warn TOer. Thia acceterateg
tbt beaHnc actios of the oiatment. and
canicqneoUr aicker and better results
Ptr nit hr att inzzidt. Ptr frttlrU arrsa
Ritbul, BoHimmrt. Md,
t)r. Edwards01ive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It ;
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, the
substitute for calomel, act gently on the
bowels and positively do the work.
People afflicted with bad breath find
quick relief through taking them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
vegetable compound mixed1 with olive
oiL They act gently but firmly on the
bowels and liver, stimulating them to
natural action, clearing the blood, and
purifying the entire system. They do
that which calomel does, without any of
the bad after effects. Take one or two
every night for a week and note the
pleasing effect. 10c and 23c a box.
, Smiling and Well
See that the daily functions are regular and normal
YOU can't expect the little ones to
be happy and playful when the head
feels dull and the stomach bloated. The
normal habit of children is to be happy and
when you notice them cross and fretful you
will usually find constipation is responsible.
Perhaps they have missed that daily
function so necessary to comfort and
health. Look at the tongue and see if
the breath is bad. Watch for belching.
These re the tell-tale symptoms of con
stipation. . Tonight give a little of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which you can
buy at any drug store for 50c and $1
large bottle, and it will act in the morning
and the troublesome symptoms promptly
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a com
bination of simple laxative herbs with
pepsin. Unlike the harsher physics it acts
gently and without griping so that while
grownups can use it freely, it can also be
given to tiny baby with perfect safety.
.Thousands of American families would
not think of being without a bottle In the
house for the emergency arises almost daily
when it is needed.
In tpitt of the fact that Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin is the largest selling liquid
laxative in the world, there being over
6 million bottles sold each year, many
who need its benefits have not yet used
it. If you have not, stnd your name and
address for a free trial bottle to Dr. W.
B. Caldwell, ill Washington St., Monti
cello, Illinois,. .
AMERICA'S HOME SKGLPCLISH
4 IHMalf a mm ,
(bet I mm
mm rt M
p J Ae flame Der
It is easy to save and be neat "the ShwoiA WAY."
Well 6hined shoes add to your personal appearance.
ShmssA makes shoes last longer and look better.
Fifty shines for a dime, in key-opening box. . ;
Shoes and shines cost more.
StiffloiA is the same price as always
ShwoiA HOME SET
makes the daily home care cf shoes a matter of
Genuine bristle dauber cleans crr-"H s . ' ' .pplies
polish thoroughly. .
Laro-e Lamb's Wool Polisher that iust fits the hand
brines the brilliant shine with a few strokes. Useful
to remove dust and renew the lasting ShiwhA Shine.
Teach the children to use SaaoiA and be neat and
BLACK TAN WHITE OX-BLOOD BROWN
S ll -. .....
They arc at
for your inspection a
new assortment of the
latest in ARROW
COLLARS, there are
some new additions
to the already popu
lar styles, that we are
, sure will please you.
IN addition to these
collars there are a
limited ouantitv of
the ARROW SOFT COLLARS, that have been in so much favor the past
months: vou will find them in the latest stvlea. '
fithra yalue in Reliance Work Shirts. I
WE have decided to hit the shirt market a swat for you, in doing so
we purchased an "exceptional garment; it is different from all others. THIS
garment has 72 threads to the inch--the average shirt has only 48 to 50.
.This makes a very much heavier shirt.
THE material used in this garment is the best made. Regardless of the
washing, it always launders soft, both to the hands of the woman launder
'ing it and to the wearer's neck.
. IT IS made from "SIUW al. uuamuka'.' this garment is full 36 inches
Gin length and over four inches longer than other garments. BY purchasing
this garment in lots of 100 DOZEN and over we can sell this shirt at a very
I moderate price, the price that you pay for a much more inferior garment.
. 1 VU M1UU1U gCl UK UCdl. al WOIO liU U1U1 G. UsUkl (U U1C CIIU Ml IUC jf CM a
' "Every Family In Marion and Polk Counties a Patron"
Salem Woolen Mills Store
Los Aneglea, Cal., Oct. 22. Charges
of embezzling $9,100 from a local ac
counting firm G. W. Rittenhouse and
Mia Caroline Harris were dismissed
here today but later a new complaint
was Issued. Rittenhouse and Miss Har
ris were brought here from Seattle to
face the charges. . . . v
t ' w ' XV.' literature found in the
vicinity of Pendleton Is believed to
explain the strike wlJch led off large
part of the road - crew In Umatilla
county last week.
EUGENE MAN FOUND DEAD.
Eugene, Or., Oct. 22. Pat Markey,
aged about 65 years, was found dead
In his bed this morning at the depot
rooming house. A bankbook. was the
only means of Identification. He is
believed to have relatives in Spokane.
1916 Chalmers, first class mechan
ical condition, electric lights, start
er, all leather upholstered, $850. j
Oscrfr B. Gingrich Motor
& Tire Co.
371 Court Btroot. . Phone C35
Wanted Sacks and Rags
ot all kinds top prices .
Auto wrecking a specialty .
STEINBOCK JUNK CO.
328 N. COMMERCIAL. PHONE 305
. Don't forget the number1'
Harold Howell, a 14-year-old boy,
has been indicted for murder in con
nection with the killing of Lillian
Deuthold last spring.
CREAM FOR CATARRH
' OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tens How To Get Quick Belief
from Head-Colds. It's Splendid 1
'will open, the air passages of your head
,will clear and you can breathe freely.
No more hawking, snuffling, blowing;
headache, dryness. No struggling for
,breath at night) your cold or catarrh
Iwill be gone. ,
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
'a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostril. It pen
etrates through every air passage of the
head, soothes, the inflamed or swollen
mucous membrane and relief comes in
stantly. It's just fine. Don't ety stufTed-np
srith a cold o nasty catarrh Relief
- - . T " '
There are two tastes
in tea: the tea-flavor and
The tea-flavor brings
enjoyment, rest, cheer
that is what you want
Tannin is harsh, bitter,
injurious. Tannin, you
know,is used to tan leather
and make ink; it is not
meant to put into the
stomach. It is bad for
the digestion; it is hard
on the nerves.
Nobody wants tannin
it isn't even good to taste.
Get Schilling's Tea and
enjoy the real tea-flavor
and steer clear of tannin.
There ara four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon - India, Oolong.
English Breakfast. All one quality. Ia
parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages.
At grocers everywhere. ,
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
We just received recently
a Big Shipment of Child
ren's and Baby Shoes
Misses (11 to 2) brown calf English lace . ..L...$4.25
Misses (11 to 2) brown button and lace, round
toe - ........ .$3.85
ALSO SEE TIIIS.
Misses Childs Childs Infants
11 to 2 8 to 11 5to8 lto5
Black Kid Lace $4.25 $3.65 $2.70
Black Kid Button 2.40 $1.95
Brown Kid Button .... 3.25 2.85
This partial list just gives you a little insight into
what the hundreds of pairs in our
LARGEST CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT IN SALEM
Baby's first steps $1.35 to $1.65
Soft Soles ...............r...:.....50c to $155
AND SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW
' Baby Spats"
"JUST TOO CUTE FOR ANYTHING"
At the Electric
the standbys by xne u.uBB- -