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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, BAfxiM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 7, 1915.
THREE rr. .I rnnii tN fliUM I. k 10 55 TESTIFY iraonial .uMeritof Lydiat-nnk. j', Vegetable Com pound during Uiange of Life. .kmnk Me. 1 was passing " . n in mv back and side and was so weak I could hardly do my housework. I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and it has done me a lot of good. I will re commend your med icine to my friends and give you permis sion to publish my " Mrs. Lawrence Mar- 12 Kin St., WestbrooK, Maine. Lton, Wis. -"At the Change of T i it. !na In mir n&Ir loins until I could not stand. I also night-sweats so that the sheets id be wet I tried other medicine 1 rot no relief. Alter WKing one uoi Lf Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Ipound I begnn to improve and I filmed its use for six months. The to left me, the nitfht-sweats and hot ihci erew less, and in one year I was liferent woman. I know I have to ink you for my continued good health Ir since." - Mrs. M. J. BlioWNELL, listen. Wis. jhe success cf Lydia E. Pinkham's ptable Compound, made from rood ijj herbs, is unparalleled in such cu3es. fl you want special advice write to ilia E. Pinklinm Medicine Co. (confl illal) Iran, Miks. Your letter will i opened, rcml and answered liy a ann,nd held In strict coundence. $ LEFT PASSENGERS TO DROWN JNew York, April 7. After having sailed within fifteen miles of the torpedoed liner Fulaba, without offering assist ance to it when it was sunk with a loss of more than 1UO ' lives off the English coast, the White Stur liner Cymric ar rived here odnv. Captain Beadbell of the Cmyric declared he rccived tho rain ba's wireless call for aid and that he hud been full yawaro that a big eteumcr was going down a short distance away, but had ignored tho appeals for help and proceeded on hi course. This was done, he said, on spe cific orders from the British ad miralty, which he declared, has. instructed all captnins to keep away from torpedoed vessels for fear of submarines cruising in the vicinity of tho doomed ships. Captain Bendbell had 345 pas sengers iu his care on the Cym ric and said that he could not risk their lives bygoing to the succor of the sinking Falaba. X' EUGENE CITY ELECTION. Kugene, Or., April 7. A complete count of -the ballots cusl in Monday's municipal election today showed the 'ollowiiig result?: MayorW. A. Bell. Couneilmen i,' O. retcr.ion, William I'olilers, .Samuel Mnslicr, C A. Burden. 11 were businirs nu.ii 'a candidates. 1 G. Stickles was phv.ted treasurer Mid R. 8. Hr.vsoi: chosen recorder with nut opposition. A measure bonding he city "for $ 0 000 to buy tho old nigh school for ,i city hill' was curried. LADIES! SECRET TO DARKEN GRAY HAIR Bring Back Color, Gloss and Thickness with Grandma's Recipe of Sage and Sulphur, Common cordon sico browed Into a henvy tea with sulnhur and alcohol ft added, will turn gray, streaked and faded huir beautifully dark and luxur- !THF MARkTTC , inSt, remove every bit of dandruff, lUL HMIUUillJ !stnp scalp itching and falling hair. Just i a few applications will prove a revela , tion if your hair is fading, gray or dry, . .,,0I scraggly and thin. Mixing the Snge V, hmotnv, ,.cr ton ' Tea and Sulphur reci peat h omo, th ough f P ton $.3U(9 1 ia troublesome. An easier way is to i and vetch gct tho ready-to-uso tonic, costing W(w0. about 50 conts a largo bottle at drug ;it, per bushel $1.10 stores, known as "Wyeth's 8ngo and (it!, per bushel 48c Sulphur Huir Remedy," thus avoiding f4 barley S3.50 a lot of muss. $38.50 I W'hilo wispy, grny, faded hair !b not W corn $10 ( sinful, wo all desire to retain our youth- - $28.50 ful appearance and attractiveness. By Mter ton $31 j darkening your hair with Wyeth's Bage Eggs and Poultry. 1 nnu Sulphur, no ono can toll, because it f. ti-Y US.- trace 17e!'?0e9 80 natn1Ivi o evenly. You h T,0,l',,i ' ; just dampen a spongo or soft brush with feto., old, ve'r i,ouBJ " 7c4:' and drftw 'I'1'". " W hair, tak g9 ... Set1"8 0116 Smu11 8tra"'1 at a timo by 4 T'"' ! morning all gray hnirs have disappear- t Bttuet, I cji amj nfter another application or :(eamery butter, per mni 30c I two, your hair becomes beautifully 'Sttertat, l"'f l'""l 'J5c I dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant. Local Vegetables. I agent, J. C. Perry. f" V :t ''""I'S $1.50 .toatti'f, Floriila t.i vi Julif lower, Orouou i '':-. j, j. j. u. a. j. j. a. ... ,)ri Garlic ...15c j r"T fra, ;; OPEN FORUM $4,m i A trirtl of adversity often makes a hnngc of venue desirable, 'friraans ' 1 1 ! or u i si jn'iij iilishes jfatocs, IjiisIu'I Fmlts, 'W'Sps, navel ann lb. 12c 40c "UftiflOc $2.7.Vri3 W"', per down. We: ir7i r '-rate lu'jv,-. rune rr. , a. a. .l. ... ... ...... . . box t Answer to Some Questions Aakad hw .T. jtsciiuoi in oaturday's Joumal, TIm questions you ask are vital and to the K.iiit. It is the same old crv thnt Iiiib been goini; up from the op pressed for centuries past. . That this cry will be heard soon is the opinion Of the writer. 1 am in the same bout with you, and when 1 undertake to an swer your questions or offer advirc yu'i may accuse me of "rocking''; but 1 am only trying to "Thiow out the lifeline, acre the dark wave, I'oor, hungry children to rescue, to snve. " Tli? struggle has been a long one, and is'not yet ended. Speaking of the man In the auto, you quote from Solr mon: "JIe toils not, neither does he N"";1', Nuw don't you think it. He 'spi-is" past my door every few min utes. I wish 1 had one, ikui 't youf uib jr produces evervthinir tlia is nmdn int geta very little in return. Now, listen, friend Tsehudi: The Inlu.rimr 3'ifa4V..P.j "hii in making his fight for his rights .c uiHicr ine law: has been wastinif his 0c ammunition by shooting in (he This wime wino man vou from also avn: "tii't wiHdnn r. i "l'pl, Per lb Vi " .f'li grape fruit .( r.n dromedarv, rase .. "" l"or. ft: lb --c jwuti, r,er doien'.'.''"''"' ';-:::r;rv:-I$K5o , . o.u mm jumton. on toot !f liessod . Vr1 lamb. ' - - . Sthrn .... ' shii're": "lilli f(',.. 0(ffi7 9Vjffil0c Wc He ',.j(5)0 0(ff0c 6IH'5ijC W but", ''ir'-ion tr.h"..j "J 'r 35C quoted f A. ..... "'"ii valley ....$2.10(i7 2.C0 p-r d - u n. .1.2fi A,,nl '--Wheat- --v ,":"" i.2l. ?'-K,,,l. y , " y cow,, i.i'.' yr" lambs. 1 Wllito f.,.,.1 no - , T.-..,Ut 50: 'rt-nim'rv. M, I.V.. ''I local prime steers, 'i.25j best $10. 29 lie. bril.. eitras, Ifle. rs. 20fti25c; geese, Hi of If, . " A''ril 7-The II. M w here thn mar- ere the sensuous J"1 ' "I", h"'1 li,t,e the '(fori, .- . Kvans rennl.o.1 1 'j'iforu tO .Ir-.. ih, ""I vans rcnulsed something Bub- rr.',iea w th , W,01, "'7 ' harge. When f 'ine.l e ',a,'11 fcer ral- ianie COver that "rown ovor hpr i k :",e'1 of yy won i,U,rol1,'Cn 'h6 ''""Red cover n't in . L"",' fov to cur- bin. r J' '"rm t isn't .o- a.ilk. nnu understanding.' The Apostle J'aul said: "Add to your virtue knowledge." One of the old Ornl. hetfl nni.1: l4Pnr $7 I lark cf knowledge my rcoide nerish." ....$6.80. Now, get wise; don't trv to rout the enemy by force; they are too well for- tifi '.l for that, and vmi hnlnml tn l.nil.l the fortifications, 'lion't appeal to them for mercy, for eorpn-ntions have no mm ami no ronscienee to appeal to. Again, don't blnmo the guy with a 'snip"; ho operates under tho luw. Maybe you helped make the law. Com ing down to biass "tax," are we nut as a class getting just what wc voted forf "As wo foi so shall we renp." The whole race is seeking power, mnro power. Know this, that power without purity is a dangerous thing. Say, Mr. Man, do yrr.i workf "Yes." I)o you eatf "Yes." Do vou ricepf "Yes." Do j-3u think "Y " Look out, now: Thinking is hard work, and most peo ple jro mentally lazy, nd do not pro duce one original thoii(,nt in a week. Their minds are rimply the dumping ground for others whom Uiey follow in one way or another. Almost everybody is hooked up to omo institution, or perhnps a dozen. Everybody belongs to loniethiug, and that "something' may bo doing most of their thinking for them. Such people tinually da what tueir lenders tell them to do. fcvery thiug taken for gramcd, provided it comes from "our" doctor, "our" law yer or "our" priest or minister, and such prattle freeze to "our party," come what will. ' Sy, brother, "thoughts are things." g rrSTf l ill You will have only yourself to blame if you are "tallied into" buying an "unsuitable" or a "theoretical" Car. The two commonest mistakes made in buvinc an automobile are First, Buying a car not suited to your netfa.TrSecond, Buying a car that has not passed the theory stage. The first mistake buying an "un suitable" car is perhaps made even less often than the second. But for your own sake study your needs sen Eibly, just as you study your house hold needs, and buy a car you can afford to enjoy a car you will have pride uf, and yet one that will not be a ; "ghost of reproach" toyour good sense. " ' ' ' The second mistake buying a "theoretical" car is perhaps the sadder mistake of the two because when you have made this mistake, you have on your hands some engi neer's or designer's untried theory, instead of a tried, known, successful car. And you have paid a price that, put in the right car, would never have been a reproach but would have bought an automobile of real pride and joy. It is because we see these two mis takes being constantly made be cause we see sensible people bein constantly talked into these "auto mobile fiascos" that we boast to much about the record of the car we sell The Maxwell. 38,000 happy satisfied Maxwell owners are driving 38,000 handsome streamline Maxwell Cars to- day-at an up-keep cost that any man of any standing can afford, and at an original cost that is simply a practical investment. 200 Maxwell Xars Every Day Twelve hundred a week, five thousand a month That is the actual output of "The Wonder Car 'J right now and constantly increasing. Not bare promises that cannot be kept, but actual deliveries to Maxwell Dealers. Stop I Think a moment. There must be something back of a production so great. . There must be the hearty approval and confidence of the public in the car they buy and the car must merit it all. 26 Maxwell cars every hour of the business day. Yes, that is just whatjhe public are buying, and when you order a Maxwell, you get one the day you want it. v Back of each Maxwell stands one of tha greatest and most efficient organizations in the industry, and one strong enough financially to insure you against the purchase of an "orphan car" and to give you actual deliveries of a wonderful car on the day you want it. The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxwell Owners No other kutomobae U backed by a more reliable tervice than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. More than 2,000 Maxwell dealer lin every part of this country-are alwayt ready to give expert advice, to make adjustment, and to supply new part at reasonable prices. Tbii tplendid Maxwell dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen great Maxwell Service Stations are so located throughout the country that a Maxwell dealer can supply any par! for an owner within a few hours if not in his stock. Maxwell Service is one of the great advantages enjoyed by Maxwell owners, Order a Maxwell from us now, and when you want it delivered, we will give vou your car not an excuse on acuvery aay fEVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAPJ REES & ELGIN AUTO CO, $55 b Rogers Block High and Ferry Streets Salem, Ore. s m r.aa mon (LKTUC suraa $55 IXTU I N'ow, turn the guna and li'll the raiiM-; not to Llomo. ' . wniitinif. "wl ilom n of them r now I lut ilon't he clniwi Twainr a new of -)'ir trouble, an. I the effect will t Have laticnfej a lirttrr day it ehrr in the juilKmeiit, Wo Know now that ronii t ia rraiiii or on account of the noon diMpprar, ami whfn you jiray,'at hand. The great turmoil you ncc do. I not mililiirium in, or ahoil.l be, otirjiotn on the ami, or ou account of the "Thy will be done on earth aa it if ti eery hand in only the irreat law of jrcfuue and dtren(th; a present help inirnperii of Mt, lnicn. (lod will tulci" done in heaven," be ure you don 't adjustment doing aome Tioune cleaning, , time of trouble." It you know the care, of tho thiK. lint be careful cat ynrir vote to keep it out. Of for the new age that i moving in an truth it will mako yon free. Hut, ay, how yon hook up In a din. I imue, Will- coitrie, if you vote dry at the polls, fact at the obi tgn can clear the way. friend Teehudl, you may feci a little and your marten at the big bungalow : Government, by divine right ban been lonesome for awhile; certain it ii that eea fit to vote you "wet," you are webbed ia tho balance and art found1 a great turning point hni been reached; tarian ii) on trial now, with the chance against it Competition may be called licit. And all huinun tnittitutioui will in turn be weighed. T will cluie by nnklti'j you to get your liiblit and rend the lirnt I- vcrnc of the lJnuli of .lumen. Then th third ehuptvr, 'Jlut verr of the Ai ts of the Apotcls. Now, Mr. Tschudi, if this article fails Ui en lighten vou I will try to write nne thul will. JOHN It. I'OI.K, falciii, tire.