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DAILY CAPITAL JoUUNAL, SAL EM, OXEOON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1913. PAGE THREE. t ? ! 1 j From 40 to 50 Woman's Critical Period. Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation, hot flashes, severe headaches, melancholia; dread of impending evil, palpitation of the heart, irregularity, constipation and . dizziness are promptly, treated by intelligent women who- , ajre approaching the period of Ufa. -:- I'r ",- ' ' - This is the most critical period of woman's life and she' who neglects the care of her health at this time invites in curable disease and pain. Why not be guided by the ex perience of others and take Lydia E. PinkhanVs Vegetable Compound? It is an indisputable fact that this grand old remedy has helped thousands of women to pass through this trying period with comfort and safety. Thousands of genuine and honest testimonials support this fact From Mrs. HENRY HEAVILIN, Cadiz, Ohio. " Fort "Worth, Texas. "I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- , Die Compound and derived great benefit from its use. It carried me safely through the Change of Life when I was in bad health. I had that all gone feeling mostof the time, and headache constantly-,1 was very nervous and the hot flashes were very bad. I had tried other raueuiBa anu uocrora, duc aia not improve until I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It has now been "sometime since ' . m injun. vuiupuuuu uuu x nave nau no return oi my OKI complaints I always praise your remedies to weak women." Mrs. IIenbt Hbaviun, R. F. I). No. 5, Cadiz, Ohio. - - - , . , r . From Mrs." EDWARD It. IIILERT, Fleetwood, Pa. ' Fleetwood, Pa. "During the Changed Life I was hardly able,' to ' be around at all. I always had a headache and I was- so dizzy and nervous that I had no rest at night. The flashes of heat were so bad sometimes that I did not know what -to-do. ' " " One day a friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and it made me a strong, Well woman. I am very thankful that I followed my friend's advice, and I shall recommend it as long as I live. Before I took the Compound I was always sickly and now I have not had medicine from a doctor for years. You may publish my letter." Mrs. Edward B. Hilbert, Fleetwood, Pa. : From Mrs. F. P. MULLENDORE, Munford, Ala. Munford, Ala." I was so weak and nervous while passing through the Change of Life that I could hardly live. My husband had to nail ' rubber on all the gates for I could not stand to have a gate slam. ' , "I also had backache and a fullness in my stomach. I noticed that ' xyaia ji iinnnam s v egocanie vompouna was ad vertised for such cases and I sent and got a bottle;' It did me so much good that I kept on taking it and - found it to be all you claim. I recommend it to all women afflicted as I was." Mrs. F. P. Muxlen- . dorb, Munford, Ala. fjtoWrite to LYDIA RPIKKHAM MEDICINE CO. . (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS.,fof advice. " If oar letter will be opened, read and answered ly a woman and hold In strict confidence. Y0TERSJ! ! Remember Always;; That if you vote Salem dry you cannot buy from a drug tore Alcohol, Brandy, Whiskey, Gin, Wine, Rock and Rye or Rum for sickness or otherwise, unless you get a prescription from a physician each time you wish to make a purchase. It makes no difference how urgent the case may be a druggist who would let you have it with out a prescription would lay himself liable to a fine of from $50 to $500. Read Section 2, Chapter 2 of the Lo- cal Option Act, General Laws of Oregon, 1905. PAID ADVT. 1 Extra! For the first time in tho' history of Salem the people of Marion and Polk counties can secure all kinds of sacks at right prices in this city, instead of spending their time and money in going to Portland. We are pay ing one cent a pound for all kinds of rags. We also are paying $13 per ton for all kinds of cast iron. Highest prices paid for all kinds of old clothes, household goods and furniture. We buy and sell everything from a 'needle to a piece of gold. All kinds of tools and ma chinery and pipe bought and sold. The house of a half a million bargains. H. STEINBOCK JUNK CO. 233 State Street. Salem, ' 1 MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS - By Gross HENRYJR.SAYS1 ' tMr'"K V. ftiTTtTin'iin!nii iiini'iii'iiMiiit Wlllrmmi I V I Mii'MHi)nnimiiiniiiiiiiiii'iiiiii X I iVi V I jVWMummBam. Mmmmwam msm WMmssmii JKffiPiiE mmHIMtM mm Kit Extra! ii Phone Main 224 1 Oregon. SPORTS NELSON IN BATTLE Former Champions Are Both Tired at End of Ten Rounds, But Wolgast Is Fresher." NELSON'S BLOWS LACK - -.. FOBCB HE USED TO HAVE Bores in Continually and at Times Shows Flashes of His Old-Time Form in Battle. tONITlD FBSHS LEASED WIBI. Milwaukee, Oct. 14. Ad Wolgast, of CartilUic, Mich., defeated Battling Nel son, of Hegewisch, 111., in a 10-round no-docision boxing contest at the Elite arena here last night. Wolgast had the bettor of eight of the 10 rounds, while two were even. . -Wolgast fought a swift battle and throe times had the pane groggy. He used hl loft to the chin find right to the face with,great force, but the Bat tler alwayt came back hard. Nelson bored, in continually and at times show ed' flashes of his old time form, but his blows lacked force.: . -,-' - iiotn tired towara tue ena or tno con test, 'bui Wolgast was far the fresher. Bipod was flowing from the Dane's nose, ear and lips from the hard blows of the Cadillac boxer. Charles White, of Chicago, challenged the winner. MISS BAVENSCBOFT IS WINNEB. CNITBD FBKSI LI1SID W1U. .Wilmington, Dol., Oct. 14. Miss Gladys Ravonscroft, who won the Bri tish golf championship in 1912, turned in tb,e low card in the day ' play yes terday at the Wilmington Country Club for the; women's national ' golf cham pionship1. Her score was 8!f, three strokes less than hor-noaret rival, and she thus won the low-score medal for Great Britain, Miss Muriel 'Dodd, tho present English and- Canadian., cham pion, and Miss Harriet Curtis, Boston, turned in cards of 91. HEYDON DIES OF INJXTBT. (UNITED PUSS UASXD WIM.1 Indianapolis, Oct. 14. Eddie Hoy don, ex-catcher for the local American Association baseball club and lator with the Washington American League club, SEE IF 1 CHILD'S Mother! Don't Hesitate! If Cross, Feverish, Constipated, Give "Cal ifornia Syrup of Figs." Look at the tongue, mother! If coat ed, it .is a suro sign that your little one's stomach, liver and bowols noed a gentlo, thorough cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, palo, doesn't sloop, doesn't eat or act natur ally, or is fovorinh, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomachache, sore throat, di arrhoea, full of cold, give a toaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs" and in a few hours all the foul, constipated wasto, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. You noedn't coax sick children to take this harmloss "fruit laxative;" they love its doliclous tpBto, and it al ways makes them feel splendid. Ask the druggist for a CO-ceut bottle of "California Syrup of Figs" which has directions for babies, children of all agos and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of counterfoils sold here. To be sure you get tho genuine ask to Boo tluit it is made by "Califor nia Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt. STOMACH FEELS FINE Time "Fape'i Diapepsinl" In Five Minutes all Sourness, Gas, Heart burn and Dyspepsia is Gone. Sour, gassy, upset stomach, indiges-1 tion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the food you eat ferments into gases and stubborn lumps; your head aches and ' you feel sick and miserable, that 's I when you realize the magie in Fape'i Diajiopein., It makes, all .stomach- mis ery vanish, in five minutes. ,If your stomach 1s -n 'a continuous revolt if.. jrbu can' 'get it "Vegulated, please,1 for your sake, try Pape's Dia- pepsin'. It 's so -needless to have a bad stomach make your jext meal a favorits food meal,' then take a little Diapepsin. There will not be any dis tresseat without fear. It's because Pape's Diapepsin "really does" late weak, out-of-order stomachs that gives it its millions of sales annually. Get a large fifty-cent case of Pan' Diapepsin from any drug store. It is tne quickest, surest stomach relief and cure known.. It acts almost likn it is a scientific, harmless and pleas ant stomach preparation which truly belongs in every home. died at his homo here yesterday of cur vature oi-tne spine, which resulted from injuries received on the diamond. A benefit gam for his widow All A fnn children, who were, loft penniless, will be played here Saturday. ... VALUABLE BACINO HORSE DIES. (ONiTio raaas uiiw wiai. ' Hanford, Cal., Oct. 14. Guv the 6-yoar-old pacer which sot a mark of 2.-07V4 recently for a mile,' and had oeen beaten only once thin seiwnn aua here of shipping fever. Ti l,n Bhowed the first symptoms of the dis ease during the races Saturday,, in which he managed to pull out ahead in wie last three heats of a five-heat race. This was Guy Borden's firftt tmf tut bnt the owners," Pete Aguire and W. g! uurtee, have mado $10,000 out 'of his achievement and wore planning to jtake i him east. ..' .. WELCH BEATS KOSSIOK.; - - ONITBD VBISi LMMD vtm 1 Billings, Mont., Oct 14. Freddie Welsh, lightweight champion of England,, today holds Leo Kossick, of Moorhead, Minn., as a result , or their 2-round cbntost horo lost night. Kossick tried hard in tho closing round to put -over a knockout pinion, out Wolsh easily avoided hi rushes, ' . EXHIBITION GAME. fUNITED PDISS LEiaiin Vina 1 At St. Louis. First game. B. II. E. Browns 2 5 2 Cardinals 5 j g Baumgordner and Agnowj Harmon and Enyder. FIGHT TO DBAW. ONITID FIUIS UAftCD WIH. Winnipeg, Man., Oct. 14. Fight fans horo aro asking today for tt return match botwoon'Edilio-Clabby, of Ham mond, Ind., a brother of Jimmy Clab by, and "Winnipeg Jack" O'Brien, who fought 12 rounds to a draw hero last night. Tho men are woltorwoights. RACES AT LEXINGTON. ONiTin rains uuiid wins Lexington, Ky., Oct. 14. The Lex ington stoko for 2-yonr-old trottors, two la throo, $2000 Lady Wanoko. first, Princess Nollda socond, W. J, Loyburn third, Alma Forbos fourth. Champion stallion stake, two In three, estimated value 18000 Don Che nault first, Sweet Spirit socond; No wadir Girl third, Poter the Gay fourth. WILL PLAT IN PORTLAND. DNITIO PIWII IJMSIU WIS!. Portland, Or., Oct. 14. Tho Now York Giants and the Chicago White Sox who are to tour tho world, will play in Portland November 18. Judge Mc.Cre dle finally arranged for tho gamo yes terday. The big loaguors play at Mod ford November 17. Women's Suits x Women's and Misses' Novelty Suits in the season's latest models. Every garment man-tailored and guaranteed to give service. Materials of the very best Diagonals, Matlasse, , Poplins, Wool Ratines. You can't get by these suits once you see them. Special $24.50 Garter's Knit Underwear Bath Robes . j No doubt there are countless women who have an idea that a bath robe would be a nice thing to have. They are nice things to have 'So warm and comfortable. Price JUST RECEIVED "DENNISON'S HALLOWEEN NOVELTIES" k9AUTY MCRCHANDISt !? Daily Horoscope OCTOBER 14. . " Venus is the governing planet of Hub birthdate and "Libra," the sign,. mean ing the "scales." When spiritualized; and awakened to man 's" greatest' power, persons of this birthdate havs tremend ous power and become forceful leaders of public opinion', either through -music, writing or orfttbry. In such' cases ' the "scales" of power hang evenly balanc ed and, this-briugs to bear upon all events of life -wonderful vibrations of power, through lovo of music. Wihont this balancing of the scales, Libra people loan toward the material and 'dissipate their forces in all direc tions., -Desire for praise is strong and pril9 is exceedingly great. - Lovo of music, for the evenly bal anced comes early in. life and is sus tained, through old age, therefore, everything possible should be done to encourage them, by the purchase of either a piano Ludwig or Packard or a Victrola. Have It. F. Peters, 521 Court street, explain this more fully. NAPS BEAT PIRATES. ', ON1TED MBI1S UA8BD WIRI. Pittsburg, Oct. 14. The Naps and Pirates battled for 13 innings here yes terday before the visitors put over a run. The Naps have now won throe gomos and the Piratos two. Score: B. it.E. Clovolond 1 8 3 Pittsburg .' 0 5 4 Gregg and Carisch; Hemlrix and Si mon. The Quickest, Simplest Cough Remedy Eawllr. and Cheaply Made art Home. Save. Yon Si. This nlan makes a olnt of couuh syrup enough to hint a family a long time. You couldn't buy as much or as 1 good cough syrup for $2.50. I Simple as' it is, it Rive, almost in- tntifc relief nnd uhhilIiv flnnmipr. .n I ordinary cmutli in 24 hours. This is! partly due to the fact that it Is slightly laxative, stimulates the appetite anil lias an excellent tonio effect. It is ploasnnt to take children like It. An excellent remedy, too, for whooping cough, ipasniodio croup and bronchiul asthma. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with pint of wnrm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2 ',4 ounce of I'lnex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottlo, and add the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or throe hours. Pine is one of the oldest and best known remedial agents for the thront membranes. I'lnex is a most valuable concent rated compound of Norway whit pine extract, and is rich In giialacol and other natural healing elements. Other preparations will not work In this combination. The prompt results from this mixture have endeared it to thousands of house wives in the United Slates and Canada, which explains why the plan lias been imitated often, but never successfully, jA guaranty of absolute 'satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. Your druggist has Pinex. or will gel It for you. H not, send to Tho Pines Co., R Wayne, Ind, $3.95 to $9.50 .BTLP"T ktwidi TTe; comb MtM WHITE SOX WIN GAME.'-' -Chicago, Oct. 14. The White Sox mado it two in a row over the Cubs by taking yesterday's game, S to 2. Score: Cubs ........ .uLZU2 ? 1 White Sox .,..:;" .....,..ue....5 1). I Humphries, Lavender and Jircher: Scott-and Schalk. ,, - ,.' v', K3LBANB TO MEET MAES. . UNfriD paisa leariD'wui.1 ; Cleveland, O., Oct. V4.T-Pttier-woight Champion Johnny Eilbane and .... Every woman who is obliged to wear false hair, or man a toupee, fools that' it is misfortune. What makes the burden so doubly hard to bear is the knowlodgo that the loss of natural hair could, in most instances, have boon eas ily avoided. , The arch enemy of good hair is the dandruff gorm. This is now a well ee tablbihod scientific fact. There is one remedy on the markot which, used reg ularly, will clean tho Bcalp and kcop out ovory trace of dandruff, This romcily is Nowbro's Jlorpicido, long known as "tho Original Dandruff Gorm Destroyer," y koeplng tho scalp clean, Ilorpiciilo not only proventn the hair from falling out, but allows it to grow ne nature intended. Bogun in tinio and its use porsiutcd in, this valu- RAILROAD'S CUT RATES From September 25 to October 10, 1913. Via the OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY TO ALL POINTS IN THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY From m, ' Atlanta, Ga $51.70 Kansas City, Mo $30.00 Boston, Mass 511.15 Louisvillo, Ky 42,S,1 Buffalo, N. Y 47.50 Memphis, Tenn 42,50 Cairo, 111 .. 30,08 Milwaukoe, Wis. 30.70 Charleston, S. C 64.75 Minneapolis, Minn ,",0.00 Chattanooga, Tonn 48.40 Nashville, Tcno T CO Chicago, 111 38.00 Now York,( N. Y M.00 Cincinnati, O 42,85 Omaha, Nob 80.00 Cldjvelafid, O Peoria, I1L 37,0(1 Columbus, 0 44.00 Philadelphia, Pa 64 75 Dotrolt, Mich -.. 43.30 Pittsburg, Pa 47.00 Des Moines, la 32.84 Richmond, Va, 54.75 Diiluth, Minn .'10.00 Sioux City, la 30.00 Kvansvllle, Ind 40.10 St. Louis, Mo S.'.OO Indianapolis, Ind. 40.60 Bti Paul, Minn 30.00 Superior, Wis ....... .... 80.00 Roduotlons are also msdo frn Olvo the Oregon Electric Ry. are expecting to come to Orogon on them sod help thorn plan thul By depositing the necessary a nlsbed by telegraph to any one Information regarding stop ov nlshed by applying to R. H. Crozier, A. G. P., Portland, Ore. X PRICES "Knockout" Mars, of Cincinnati, wore matched here today the mooting place and data to be fixed later. Mars is re garded in. his borne town mi comer. ,' '"" i i ; If any Oregon county hasn't wakened lip. thoroughly to the great importance of good roads. it is behind the times, and other counties. ' Colonel Roosevelt says the Progroe slves are facing the morning. The weather forecast is for a short, stormy winter day. . - E able remedy InBuros a nice healthy head of hair. ....' Uorpluido imparts a life and luster to dull, dead, brittle hair, making it light, fluffy and beautiful. Don't wait, Begin now to savo your hair. , Nowbro's Horpicide in 60o and $1.00 sizos Is sold by all doalors who guaran tee it to do all that is claimed. If you aro not sntbficd your money will be refunded. Applications may be procured at the bettor barber shops and hair drossors. A nico sample and booklet on tho earo of the hair will be sunt to anyone upon receipt of 10c in poBtngo or silver. Addross Tho Horplcido Co,, Dopt. R, Detroit, Michigan. ' m all othor Eastern points. agont the names of your friends who and he will have a representative call r trip. mount the agent will have tickets fur- you designate. era, tints schedules, etc., cheerfully fur- C. E. Albin, Gen. Agt, Oregon Electric, Salem Or oti PM's act I I A.