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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUKN'AL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY. APRIL 3, 1917. Let Us Show You Proof on the RICE & IIUTCHINS I! i! h . es. n if Shoe, IKr v y fn V V i Bent I ;:. 'i f Bones I ' That Were!, Jl 1 1 Bent ir f I 1 Straights j l fainted i Bones gl l Shoes j Ufa, Cy j Educator 1 1 Palrnt Coll V"?' -A Hullon V' tI Educator X-.- .a fr Chitdrmn iig '" , I 1m HT t pair today. ' Feel your tired bent bones relax. Note how Nature relieves you of corns,bunions,ingrow ing nails, flat-foot, etc Then you're done for ever with the narrow, bone-bending shoes that caused these ills. CJucators on your children will guard ihem from ali foot ills for life. Made formen, women an J children. Look for themarkEDUCATCR on the sole. It 13 your guarantee of the good looking,correctly ortho-, paooio Educator shape that "lets the feet row 03 thsy should.' Made only by Rice & Ilutchlna, Inc., 15 High St. Boston. Mass. THE PRICE SHOE CO. Federal Land Bank Rapidly Organizing For Beginning Work '('lie Marion-Polk County National (Farm Lotiii nasocintion Iiuh recently re ceived through its secretary, Kay L. Smith, a letter from 1). (i, O'Slien, pres ident of tlio Federal Land Hank of Spokane to the effect tlint the same is Ix'iny organized as i ti Ji i lly as possible and that the officers of the bank me earnestly endeavoring to secure vault hpmc iinfl other necessary nccomniodn- mssm. HZIZZB Gall Stones, Cancer anil' Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Auto-Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis nnd other fatal ailments result from Stom ach Trouble. Thousands of Btomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Un like any other for Stomach Ailments. J'or sale by J. C. Perry and druggists everywhere. tions in order tlint they may be in po sition to take care of the business of this district at the enrliest possible date. Mr. O'Slieo also stntcs that they are niiii.ll,. 1 i.ni.n ri mr fiit'iim t'rtv fimilinn. ".v -"" H ' ........... tion for loans, report of loan commit tees, approval or directors, luiuscrip- tion for stock unil affidavit for sec retary -treasurer, anil that as soon as lliesf. forms lire comlilct eil thev will nt ..iin l.n l.trnMii'ilml n ell nf tlio lnrnl associations which have effected their oignni.at ion. During the past few weeks a large quantity of mail has accumulated at the Spokane ottice anil it will take a ..111. IIH": RI'V MV,.l . U.I.I.I.U.. this and also to prepare the necessary forms and select suitable help to as sist in carrying forward the work. It is expected, however, that the bank will soon be in working order and that the farmers will enjoy the benefits of the same. The rate of' interest which will be climbed is i! per cent per niinuin, pav-. able annually with such payments on principal as will retire same in a stat ed period from 5 to 40 years. It will be worth waiting for. As soon as the forms aro forwarded to Salem those who have made application for loans will be notified in order that they Canada's Bonus to Get Farm Laborers Canada today, with the great demand tint it made upon it for foodstuff, finds itself almost in the tbrue of a labor famine. A novel means of solving the problem has been evolved by the ( anadiaa government at Ottawa ou 1'rbiuary U-ifh, when it was decided to practically bonus every farm hand go ing to Canada, by giving him an 10" free as a homestead, and to pillow the time he would be working out for, the good wae offered, to eount as rosi deuce duties on the homestead. West ern Canada h:.s been a big producer of grain and it is estimated that theie is a shortage of over thirty thousand men, necessary to produce an aveiage crop in 1W17. This shortage lias been cauM-d by so many young men kaviug left the farms to go to war and it is essential to make an unprecedented of fer of this kiud to fill their places on the land at om e. It has been required in the past to do three years' duties on homesteads to get title, but an additional induce ment has been offered by practically reducing this term to two years. As explained by an ofiicial of the Cana dian goverumeut, Canada's need for farm laborers is intense and exception al inducements are being offered to get the needed farm workers at once. A farm hand will make his entry for one of the 100 acre farms and satisfy the government that he is working for a farmer, and the time thus employed will apply as residence on the land filed for, just the same as if he was actually Jiving on it. (BEAVERS OPEN SEASON AT SALQAKE TODAY Governor to Pitch first Ball and Supreme Court Justice to Catch at It may tako sucli further steps as may be necessary in securing their loans. fjji III film Seeds S Plant Now For early flowers and vege tables. Sweet Peas, Pansiea, and otlier Grand Prize California Seeds Alio Cabbage. Carrots, Onions, Beets, Peas, Spinach, Turnip.i. Doo't taVe cseJ.1 tliat aro "just as good." Cct Mursef On Sato ty all Leading Dealers I your dealer lc not carry MorY Seed, tend dtrart for our citalotfue Fret. Your order will b promptly attended to. C. C. MORSE S CO. deedsmea dan tranciaco 2w Salt l-ake City, I tah. April 3. The Hot Stove League died a natural death in Salt Ijike today. I'iery discissions 0f the past were ended and the pennant iwsHibilitics of the Bees came to the fore when Salt Lake and Portland girded their loins for the firt frav of the 1S17 season. The weather waj threatening and (hilly and there was some fear taat the opening contest might have to be postponed. Salt Lake officials, however, insisted that the game would undoubtedly.be played- the usual ceremonies of inauguration will feature the opener. Xone other thnn a governor will pitch the first ball. with a dignified justice of the supreme court behind the ba,. Kirmaver will pitch for the Bees and l'enner or Brcn ton for the Beavers, The line-up: Portland Wilie, r. f.: Siglin, .lb; Farmer, 1. f. ; Williams, c. f.; Burton, lb: Kogers, 2; Hollochcr, s. s.; Fisher, c.; l'enner or Brenton, p. ult lMs.e loom or yiiinlun, c. f ; Hath, 3b; (iislason or Crandall, 2b; Ry an, 1. f.; Shiiin, r. f.; Orr, s. s.; Sheoley, lb; Hannah, c.; Kirinnyer, p. L'nipires Casey and Guthrie. Stockholders of tho Condon Klevator coinpaiiy have voted to" increase the ca pacity of the local elevator from 50,000 to 1.10,000 bushels. I f 1 .mmmmmmm I Th tfiihlii'm. imfii , llnillll1 '-iii'iiniiwii """ '-'-"-1'-" .i.... More Business The surrounding country offers many sales opportunity to the business man who takes advantage of long-distance telephone service. "Long Distance" makes possible a personal contact with the out-of-town customer whom he seldom sees. It is the direct and economical method of communication, that does away with the ex pense and delay of transacting business by mail. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists. Seals Meet Tigers. San Franci.;co, April o. A brand new baseball park and a brand new baseball season will be opened here simultaneous ly this afternoon when the Seals and Tigers clash in the first contest of the 1917 Pacific Coast league pennant race. Kuthusiasin such as has rarely been seen at tho opening of a season in this city preceded the contest. Elaborate ceremonies will mark tho advent of the year's pastiming. Mayor Kolph will pitch the first ball and behiud the bat, Chief of Police White will don a mask and windpad. E BOY SHOT IN SEATTLE TONS WAR Shot Through Lung While Passing Chinese Laundry Small Chance for Life Seattle, Wash-, April 3. The tong war which has been raging up and down the coast for the last two mouths claimed its first white victim here ear ly Sunday morning when George Mc Laren, age 10, 108 Fourteenth avenue north, was shot through the lung as he passed a Chinese laundry at 142D Sev enth avenue. At the city hospital where McLaren was taken it is said he has a alight chance of recovery. When the police entered the place a few minutes after the shooting, they found Ah Fong, Ah Sam, Ah Sing and Ah Fling, all members of the Bow Leong Tong. The room was full of smoke and AU 'Fung had been shot through the leg. The Chinese claimed that they ad been fired at. Te Bow Lcongs, with their allies, the Hip Sings, are supposed to have an advant age of 12 victims over their rival, the Hop Sings. Police here have orders to search all Chinese for firearms. Chief of Foliee Deckingliam announced todav that a determined effort will be made to stop the Chinese trouble. : 1 ,.!... . i , ' ' - . - . ' ' f I ' " ' - - ' .'....-.- r ' ' -w '..' I ' ,.-' : ... - t - ' ' ' '" " V " "- ' . . .,-"'. Would Match Willard. New York, April X JIatt Hinkel, the Cleveland promoter, today began dickering for a limited bout between Jess Willard and the winner of the Carl Morris-Fred Fulton bout here tomorrow night. In a telegram to officials of tho Manhattan Athletic club, Hinkel de clared he would make the largest offer ever made foi a short boutjdnnning to stage the affair at Cedar Point, Ohiiv only July 4 or Labor Day. Hinkel declares he looks for no trou Me in staging the bout. Boxing at Seattle. Seattle, Wash., April 3 There is talk today of matching Eddie Campi, Cali fornia featherweight, and Eddie Pink man, local boxer, for four rounds. Fridav night Chet Jlclutyre, veteran instructor, takes on Willie Meehan, San rrancisco heavyweight, for tour rounds. George Ingle of Seattle, ltteets Sammy Good, of San Francisco, on the same card. For Permanent Peace Portland, Ore., April 3. Permanent peace negotiations to end the strife between warring tongs forever as far as Portland is concerned are under way here today Saturday night a thirty day truce was signed by too Chinese lead ers to provide sufficient timo for a permanent peace pact to be arranged. Today local Chinese leaders aro re turning from The Dalles and Astoria and other nearbv towns to which they fled for protection wheu the war was at its height here. All believe tnat tue thirtv day truce, which bears the elab orate seals of the tongs, will be respected. Chink Made a Hit. Seattle, Wnsli.. April 3. Skipper Bill Lenrd. led his Seattle Northwestern baseball recruits and regulars through their first spring workout here today. Vernon Aynn, Chinese shortstop, made a hit with the jailbirds. 3 otitic iiuum; new a The memorandum of the death claim of Thomas G. Richards, who was in stantly killed while employed by the Peninsula Shipbuilding company on March 13, 1917, was given out today by the industrial accident commission. It states that the amount set aside for the use of the widow is $13,791, which will be naid to her in monthly install nieuts of $30 during the period of her life. Her expectancy is 3M years. The reserve set aside at four per cent in terest is $0,974.78. Giant Octopus on the oceans bed, thril Uiigly told in the great feature phote- play, Jules Verne s "20,000 Leagues Under the sea." to be an own at xe Liberty theatre for three days, starting next Sunday, April 8. Eacli Has a Game. San Francisco, April 3. The series of three games between the Seattle Metro politan hockey team and the Les Cana dians of Montreal, How stands one all and today interest is centered on the outcome of the one remaining game. After suffering one defeat at the hands of the Canadian team the Metropolitans won last night's match 5 to 2. REMOVE UGLY HAIRS ENTIRELY NEW METHOD (Actually Removes the Eoots) The Question is often asked whether a really permanently efficacious hair- remover exists, and the answer has heretofore been very unsatisfactory. Fortunately, there's a new and remark able process that really removes every hair entire, root and all! It is different from and far better than electricity, lepilatories, the razor, or any other method. If you'd like to try it, just get a stick of phelnctine from your drug gist, follow the simple instructions and with your own eves see the hair roots come out! Roots are removed in stantly, easily, leaving the skin per fectly smooth and hair free. Phelactine is non irritating, odorless and so harmless you could eat it! It is so reliable that every stick is sold on a satisfaction or money back basis. Company of Eighty Drilled Last Night Fully eighty men were drilling on the streets in the vicinitv of the city hall last night. Of course, not all of these men were preparing to tako the examination for officers but were get ting into the drill as a kind of pnepar edness move. There were enough men to form three platoons of four squads each and the company drill, when it is considered thai only a few had rifles and fewer any military drill whatever, was good ami encouraging. The streets rang with the tread ot marching feet and the shouting of commands by cap tain and lieutenants, which gave the city somewhat of a martial appearance It is expected that the new. armory will be available for drill by next Fri day night when the ottilers reserve corps class meets again. PETTYCOATS RULE The uiiblie service commission this morning received a batch of annual reports from various public service corporations. The largest of these was the Portland Railway Light and Pow er company, which reported that its operating revenue, electric, was $1, 880,540.00 and its operating expenses $726,727.02, which leaves a revenue of $1,159,818.48. Taxes ana uncoiiectinie operating revenue amount -to $278, 223.84. When this is deducted from the revenuo it leaves a net revenue of $881, )94.G4. The Oregon Power company ot Springfield filed its report, which states that its operating revenue, elec tric, amounts to $113,174.72 and its operating expenses $04,027.39, which leaves a net revenue of $49,147.33. The operating revenuo of the gas depart ment amounts to $17,572.08 and the operating expenses $16,095.48, which leaves a net revenue of $1477.20. Taxes and uncollectible operating revenue amount to $1982.58, which gives a loss of $505.38. The Bend Light and Power companys report showed an operating revenue amounting to $21,062.91 and operating expenses of $8,000,iu, wnicn leaves a net revenue of $13,057.10. The Keno Power company of Kla math Falls reports n loss of $1974.03. The operating revenue is given as 91 82.46 and the operating expenses 57.09. Th net revenue of tho Florence Electric company is given as $014.26. The operating revenue is given as $4, 090.46 and the operating expense $3.- 470.20. The Coast Tower company ot ima- mook, with an operating revenue oi $12,282.26 and an operating expense of $8,235.30, reports a net revenue or $4040.96. A gross operating income of $t,93S, 978.38 is reported by the Pacific Tele- ihone and Telegraph company, me m-i ncome is given as $2,266,927.60, which is an increase over last year ot $144,-513.41. Tim Mnsler Vnllev Telephone com- iniiv tins filed a reaiiest with the pub- service commission tor a ncanng relative to the adjustment ot rates. The complaint charges tliat tlie rates are unjustly discriminatory and great ly at variance. Tne people i rates to be fixed so they will be more fair and consistent. Articles of incorporation aggTegat- ing $141,000 were filed with the cor poration commissioner this morning. The largest corporation filing was the Gales Creek and Wilson Biver rail road company, which gives a capital of $100,000 nad which proposes to do a logging business. The office is in Portland and the incorporators are John Pearson, Jesse Stearns and O. M. Clarke. The Minam Lumber company of La Grande filed to deal in timber and lumber with a capital of $25,000. The incorporators are S. D. Crowe, A. T. Hill and H. E. Coolidge. Ten thousand dollars is the capital of the Sunnvsido Mining company. which has its office in Portland. The company plans to develop mining prop erties. The incorporators are George P. Lent, A. C. O'Neel and E. Beck. The Eureka Manufacturing and Im provement company of Newbery filed with a capital of $3000 to do a logging business. The incorporators are Anna Goodwin, H. L. Goodwin and ircd VV Brown. Eight-thousand dollars is the capital of the Beaver Wood Products company of Philomath, which plans to engage in the manufacture or wood products. The incorporators are Truman 8. Glov- CUnton C. Bell and John s. wci- ster. A resolution dissolving the Dufur Printing company was filed. Also a certificate (increasing the capital of the Cook and Gill company from five thousand to ten thousand dollars. Ask Your Friend There is hardly a neighborhood in any city, town or hamlet in tho United States where women cannot be found who have derived benefit from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. For more than forty years this botanic remedy has been overcoming some of the worst cases of female ills. As one woman has found help she has told another, who has same result; so te use of this great medicine has " spread from shore to shore by the recommendation of those who have found it good. Therefore, ask your neighbor, let her tell you from experience the benefit which ail ing women derive from the use of this famous medicine. Corns Loosen Off WithMagic "Gets-It" 2 Drops Do the Work, Painlessly "I tell yon, before 1 heard of 'Gets It' 1 used to try one thing after an other for corns. I still had them. I used bandages and they made my toe so big it was murder to put on my shoe. 1 used salves and other things that ato in tv , Corna Drive Yon Madf Try "Grtv-U" and Thcy'U Feel Right Ottl off more of the toe than they did tlt corn. I'd cut and dig with knives apil scissors, but now no more fooling for me. Two drops of 'Gets-lt' did all the work. It makes the corn shrivel" ami get so loose that you can just pick it right off with your fingers." There has been nothing new discov ered for corns since "Gets-If was born. It's the new way the common sense, simple, sure way. "Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 25a a bottle, or .sent on receipt of price by E, Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Salem and recommended as .the world's best corn remedy by J. C. Ferry, u. J. Fry and Opera House Pharmacy. Valley Center. Kan.. April 3 This city was believed today to have estab lished a world precedent when it elect ed a woman mayor, a city council com posed entirely of women and a woman police judge. Miss Avis Francis, young aud pietty, is the mayoress. S nHJ:v" -WJ - ' t Hdlo Bobby, what you dot there? POST " TOASTIES I BEST CORN FLAKES EVER ) Health Lecturer Discusses ' Food and Nutrition The subject of the Y. M. C. A. Chau tauqua health lecture by J. C. Elliott in the First Congregational chinch tomor row at 2:30 vvill.be "Foods and Nutrition. "Tho problem of health i-a largely a problem of the food supply. Wo may observe every other law of health, but if we violate" the laws of the food sup ply we will find inefficiency and disease .,nr.;rT ;f'r,ii,. Vimlioa " eava V.llintt '"l""S ' The average individual is using double the amount of food necessary to sustain the body and preserve it in health. We do not wonder at this abnormal fool supply for every dietition who has written on tno piooiem oi tne iooa sup ply up to within the last 10 years has placed the daily ration at 4,000 while the modern dietition gives 2,000 calories as a sufficient food supply for a hard working man- We are not surprised at this when we remember that the physi cian has divided his dose of medicine in the middle and is giving only half the amount he formerly gave, while many of the strong medicines have been abandoned. Surplus Food and Disease, "Man is literally digging his grave with his teeth. The surplus food is poisoning the cell life and producing our most dangerous and deadly diseases. The poorly nourished body soon becomes a diseased body. Our surplus food de cays and decomposes in the stomach and the intestines and produces a rank pois on. These poisons are taken up by the 10.000,000 suction pumps of the small intestines into the blood stream, and are carried to every cell of muscle, nerve, tissue and brain. This poisons the whole body, producing first auto-intoxication or self poisoning by the food supply. The most wholesome foods become pois otioii8 when taken in such large quan t ities that they must decompose and rot in the stomach and intestines. Purposes of Food Supply. "The purposes of the food supply are tc rebuild the waste and broken down cells of the body. To furnish heat and energy to carry on the vital processes of life, namely, the beating of heart, the breathing of tho lungs, the elimina tion of poisons through the pores of the ikin, the intestines, the liver and the kidneys, nnd provide the natural heat of the body. This requires heat enough to raise the temperature of seven gallons of water from the freezing point to the boiling point, daily. Scientists formerly thought this demand of the body in food was 1,500 calories daily- Many use only this amount of food for all the above purposes, and furnish sufficient energy to perform their daily task on 1.500 or 1,600 callories as a daily ration. A Balanced Kation. "The imperative demand of the body is for a balanced ration. The only food out of which you can repair the waste and broken down cells of the body and create new cells is protein food. This used it with the I the meat, peas, beans, cheese, eggs, fish and nuts. Every individual must have two ounces of protein daily or they are under nourished. For conven ience we divide the food supply hit two meals. A balanced ration would furnish 150 calories of protein, 175 of fat, cream, butter, olive oil, or salad oil, and 500 calories of carbohydrates or cereals, fruit, and vegetables. Two. meals of this size, will furnish a bel anced ration for a day. It is easy t get a line on the calory basis, there aro .100 calories in an egg, 100 in a baked potato medium size, 100 i na medium sized apple, 90 in a medium sized banana, 100 in six walnuts, six olives, eight almonds, 10 peanuts, 250 in tw medium slices of bread and butter, and dim in a medium sized piece of apple pie, 250 in a piece of meat two by three itmltna n,,J l,nl4 r. i n 1. ,1.:..!. OA inches and half an inch thick and 80 in four ounces of cream soup." Admission free to all lectures includ ing health culture exercises, a free, lec ture Wednesday night to the entire audience. OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH How To Get Relief When Head and Nose are Stuffed Up. Count fifty! Your cold in head or catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos, trils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more snuffling, hawking, mucous discharge, dryness or headache; no struggle for breath at night. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist and apply a and healing the swollen or inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield like magic. Don't stay stuffed-up and miserable. Relief is sure, little of this fragrant antiseptic cream every air passage of the head, soothing in your nostrils. It penetrates through. GRABBED THE BOOZT Portland, Or., April 3. Twenty bar rels of contrabrand California whiskey, containing 1100 gallons in all, is in tho hands of United States national rev-. enue service todajy. The liquor was shipped here billed as cylinder and mo tor oil. Ml EXPERT m COIBS Comparatively few people realize that a cold is a signal of physical weakness. To treat a cold v.ith weakening physics, alcoholic syrups or drugged pills, may smother the cold but they also reduce the body powers stal further and invite more serious sickness. Scott's Emulsion bas always been an expert on colds, because it peculiarly enriches the blood,quickly tones upthe forces and strengthens both throat and Chest. Try Scott's. Refuse Substitutes. - Scott &Bowne.B!oOm&:ll, N.J.