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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919.
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ELECTED TO COMMONS
BY 1000 MAJORITY
Plymouth, Eng., , Nov. 28. Lady
Kancy Astor has been 'elected to the
houso of commons, it was announce'!
The official announcement showed
the following vote:
Lady Astor, 14,496; Gray, 9292;
Lady Nancy's majority was 1084
almost 4000 less than she had predict
The official result was announced
from ,the balcony of the town hall.
Lady Astor succeeds to her husband's
eat In the house of commons.
Klection of the American born "Gib.
on girl" who, before her marriage was
Nancy Lanffhorne, a famous Virginia
- beauty, was the signal for a holiday.
Lady Nancy's opponents were Isaac
Foot, liberal, and W. T. Gay, laborite.
The bye-election resulted from suc
cession of Viscount Waldorf Astor, for
mer M. IV from the- Sutton district, to
his father's title upon the death of the
older viscount. Lady Nancy, after ur-
ent solicitation from her . friends,
M?reeJ to enter the race for her hus
band's seat as the first woman candl
flate ever to ask for membership In
Following announcement of her elec
lion Lady Nancy received from the
mayor a certificate of election which
has to be lodged with the speaker of
the house of commons, before a sent
can be taken in the "mother of parlia
ments." Since parliament Is In session, Lady
Astor may be able to assume her seat
Monday, December 1.
Oelay in announcing the result of
the election was caused by a now elec
tion law passed last year to enable
votes of soldiers abroad to be register
III! GOTO CONFERENCE
Tean Alden. Dr. Franklin and Vrn
lessor Kirk of Willamette university
will leave tomorrow morninir for Phi
lomath to attend the twelfth annual
conference of the Independent Colleg
President's association nf ftrsimn
Dean Alden and Professor Kirk go as
delegates, while Dr.' Franklin Is senre
tary-treasurer, having held that office
aince the association was formed in
'The object of the conference is to
discuss questions which affect the mil
icy of the Independent colleens, mil to
combine the experience In the various
-liislitulioiiM with a view in nm-fWtinn
the administrative policy in regard to
' The conference opens this afternoon
at z:80 o'clock and will close Saturday
afternoon. The topics to be formally
dim-untied are: The' Uufnldlne- nf n
Life," Professor W. R. Jewell of Mo-
slinnvllle college; "The Duty of the
Christian College to the 'Returned Sol
oler." Professor H. L. Unteo nf no
iclflo university: -"Intercnllnirlntn Ath
Iftics, Competitive or Co-operative,'
'Professor Carroll II. Wooddy, Reed
college: "The WlMennin r,,n,.t,A iwn
Professor F. O. Franklin of Wlllnmett!,
university; "A Co-operative Drive for
regon uoiieges," by President L. L.
Kploy of Philomath college; 'The Inter
,i:nureh World Movement and Orego:
Colleges," President L.W. Riley of Mo
Nlnnville College and President E. C
Sanderson of Emrene hlhln
i Informal dlscussioii'Vill include the
objecca of the faculty meeting, student
social organizations, student body fi
nance control, student self-rovern
ment. There will also be an Important
business meeting and the election of
oiriceis lor the coming year. The
delegates will be entertained at a ban
quet this evening.
Individuals Lose Rights
As Result Of Great War
By Henry Wood
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Berne, Switzerland. (By Mall.) In
the efforts of the peace conference
to reweave the torn political and social
fabric of Europe only nations have
been considered to date.
The rights of individuals have not
even been mentioned.
And yet, Switzerland, for example,
today is filled with individuals from
every overturned government of Eur
ope, each one of whom has legal and
moral claims against some government
that has either disappeared or is be
Until these claims can be re-established
these illdivirlimla n,-Q ti l,u
of shipwreck on the turbulent sea of
European political and social life.
Some are without nie:mu nf Avt.,f
some are without country or national
ity; some are withmit lovni t..n
" - - 0 Ul 11
In many cases their reannrtlvn i-irTi.
ceased to exist when ftnma imrrm i'n
ment disappeared or wan Biini-.oori,i v...
another. More often th n
ment refused to accent Mm ,Ai,r.,n
of the old one and thousands of In
cuviauals were thus loft stranded.
Sixteen of the 3H road districts in
Linn county have called mpptimu tr.
vote on the nuestion
for road work.
IT'S UNWISE 1
to put off to-day duty until to
morrow. If your atomach is
the new aid to digestion comfort
today A pleasant relief from
the discomfort of acid-dyspepsia.
MADE BY SCOTT A BOWNE
MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION
Four bales of hops, Valued at J500
were stolen a few nights ago from the
Helder hop dryer near Sheridan.
SOCIALISTS TO PARTICIPATE
Rome, Nov. 28. The socialist execu
tive committee has ordered socialist
members of the chamber of deputies to
participate in the opening of.parlla
ment, according to phe newspaper
Tentative plans have been made
for a new 175,000 Baptist church atr
A Quinine That Docs Not Affect Bead
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
fect, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
(Tablets) can be taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
ing in" the head. There is only one
"Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S
signature on the box. 30c, (AdvV
One bottie of pure, emulsified Norwegian cod liver oil taken
now, may do you more good than a dozen taken a month
hence. It's more economical to give your body help before
resistance to disease is broken down. A very little
OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD-LIVER OIL
goes a long way in sustaining strength and keeping up re
sistance. Resolve that you will buy a bottle of Scott's
Emulsion at your druggists on your way
home, and start protecting your strength.
The c1iItf Krnde of cpdllvtr oil used in S. tt' Emulsion is ttic famous
"8. & B. Process," mads in Norway and rciineil in our own American
Laboratories, it is a guarantee of purity and palaubillty uusuipassed.
Bcotl & Bowne, Bloomfield, N.J. 19-21
If you are Tired, Over-Worked,
Kun Down, Vinol, our Cod Li ver
and Iron Tonic, will help you.
Mrs. Hatcher Says So
So. Pittsburg, Tenn. wa9 n a
wak. run-down condition, no appetite
aiH iipuKi not weep, i teacn school and
comM hardly keep around. A friend told
ane about Vinol and it atonned mv couch.
Kave me a good appetite and built me
up so I feel stronger in every way."
auiua, v. r, JlAiUitK. (
lack eoerRV and working strength should
take Vinol as it contains Beef and Cod
Liwr Peptones. Iron and Hypo
phosphites, the very elements needed to
restore a lost appetite, enrich the blood
ana create strength.
Your money back If It fails.
nrtarrns 6 Ammunition f ')
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A Nutritious Diet for All Ages
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
Avoid Imitations ,md Substitutes
- Why do people use more
poor tea than good tea?
Poor tea costs less per
psaind. So they think
they're saving money. No,
they re not. Fine tea is
cheaper -"-there aie so
many more cups to the
If you don't want to
pay so- much at a time,
get a small package of
Schilling Tea and enjoy
the real tea-flavor for the
rest of your life.
There art four flavors of Schilling
Tea JaKn, Ceylon - India, Oolong,
l.nplbih Breakfast. All one quality. In
parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages.
At grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
LADIES' COATS AT REDUCED PRICES
This fall goods, nice stylish coats, well made
$12.50 to $40.00
Thev are reduced onlv in price, those full silk lined
f ones, that are quoted at $75, you can find here from
$35 to $40
MILLINERY AT REDUCED PRICES
To clean up this season's goods, we are quoting'Te
duced prices, bargains in Ladies' hats, shapes, flow
ers, feathers and hat ornaments.
PRETTY PLAID BLANKETS. "
Nice fluffy ones, full 66x80 at $6.25; 74x84 at $7.25
Beautiful Shades, Big Assortment.
BLACK CAT HOSIERY
Best for wear. Sure to please.'"
R. & G. CORSETS
The best popular priced corset
IDEAL SHEETS 81x0
Hemmed, Seamless, cost 80c a yard, special
Big .assortment fancy towels, pretty patterns -
35c to $1.50
The Mayer shoes for ladies and children. Washing
ton shoes for boys' and men's guaranteed shoes.
Cheap shoes are high in price, so don't speculate on
a cheap shoe. Buy only guaranteed goods and you
will not "be sorry. Cheap shoes may do you for two
or three week's, ours may cost a little more at first,
but they are guaranteed and last a long time.
240-246 North Commercial Street
BUCKLE UP IN
A Chummy Mackinaw
That Turns Away The Fury
Of a Frigid North Wind
There are not many left but they are all for full grown men
sizes 42 to 52and dandy good coats. A pleasing feature is the
price, affixed more than a year ago, so that while any remain
you may get an excellent Mackinaw at from.- $8.85 to $16.85
AT SPKClAt, PRICES
32 to 36-inoh at yard 35n
36, 40 and 64-Inch, plain and
embroidered Nets and All
overs in white, cream, pink,
corn, slate and navy at
36 to 40-lnch plain and em
broiilered Nets, cotton and
Ilk, yard .... 75c
Extra fine quality In white
and .cream, T2-lnch cotton.
40-lnch silk at yard....... 1 1.00
Li- .4 ur-Wti. .1.1 1
AND SWEATERS TOO
There are roll and V neck Jerseys, light, medium and
heavy knitted coats in several colors and also the
heavy Slip-overs in combination colors sweaters of
many kinds, colors and prices..... $1.95 to $11.65
Where Can I Find Relief From
Itchincr Trni-ff7in '
Question on Lip$ Afflicted. I.ourc. .Wrt. t. i- .
calshedeht5 a"?"j."? fiL-ort
come- a orture. The itchinjr i, Yl
...uai uniwarable, and . the ikin
cation, of alves -ami ?'.appU
h impossible, ! b7c.u,e .MhS?
5?.c.ei ?h.icl1 Is ,n .e Wood, the .
.22. Wbli??. 'he
fa,r; v., m " --
t; "u- wrtu so-called
. vr- "'pifniies can r
r,'.1!.!"""1;'..' t4 right
aJj i; "oicai advice free
Adjourn Without Actioa
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 28. The con
ference of general chairmen of tha
four railroad brotherhoods stood ad
journed today without accepting or re
jecting the new overtime pay offer to
workers in the slow freight servk'9
made by Director General Hine&v'TFhe
chairn.en voted to send a special, dele
gation to Sines In quest of more in
fornuiUon. It was argued by a large number vt
officials that Hines' offer as It stands
would in reality mean a loss to tha
men affected, as acceptance ofthe new .
overtime payment plan would wipe out
(all special allowances included in tha
Tirpsfnt worklmr iipTeement"'.
Veai.r.r,r' .n n nnn...... m 'T ii ,.,1 , trf-Wi I , W 1 '
Made of Purest Ingredients
Baked by Electricity
CLEAN - PURE - WHOLESOME
The Ideal Food for Little Tots As
Well As Grown-Ups
OUR WHOLE PROCESS OF MAKING AND BAKING IS DONE WIHTIN
THE SIGHT OF EVERYONE. COME IN AND WATCH THIS BREAD IN
IlijJ THE .MAKING
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
. 457 STATE STREET
Some Money-Saving Specials
Ocean Blue Graniteware 29c Each
Stew Pans, Milk Pans, Pudding Pans, Wash Basins, etc.
A big line-all sizes - $U5 to
Big Assortment $c 0 JgjJQ
The $6.50 wagons are all steel except body, ball bearing and equipped with shock
BOOKS FOR CHILDREN AND GROWN-UPS
Story Books ..' .....'.....l-lSc 0 $1.25'
Childi-en's Picture Books 15ctO$125
r BOX STATIONERY
Large variety, a very fine line including very fancy ..J5c to $1.59 box
- . LOW PRICESI?