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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918.
"J had teen troubled for a long time with
chronic constipation and never found ay
thing that gaze tnc the natural relief that
Dr. CaldvcWs Syrup re f sin has." (From
a letter to Dr. CalJwell written by Mr. I.
Rosenthal, 6 V. 28th St., New ork, N. Y.)
Nearly every disease can be traced to
constipation. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is
a combination of simple laxative herbs with
pepsin that quickly relieves constipation and
restores normal activity. It is gentle in its
action and does not gripe.
The Perfect Laxative
Sold by Druggists Everywhere
A TRIAL SOTTH CAN St OBTAINED. FREE Of CHARGE. SY WRITING TO
OR. W. i. CALDWELL. 459 WASHINGTON STREET, UONTICELLO. ILUNOW
By CASOL & DIB BIB.
(Continued from page one)
erty of the City of Dublin Steem Pack
et eompaoy and was registered at Dub
Jia. She was of 2046 gross tons.
An officer surviving, declared all
aboard would have been saved had not
the second torpedo struck. It smashed
the boat to splinters, many passengers
feeing injured by the flying pieces.
There was lime to launch only four
Late reports declared a third torpe
do truck the vessel and evidently ex
ploded, the boilers, Survirors were
.float on life rafts, ia boats and with
life boats before: rescuers arrived.
, Deadly U-Boat Shell Firs
An Atlantic Tort, Oct. 11. Two hun
dred and forty three men, including
, American army men detailed to care
for horses are believed to have been
lain, mainly by shell fire when the
United States steamer Ticonderoga,
formerly the Uerman ship Camilla Kick
liters, was torpedoed and shelled 1700
smiles off the Atlantic eoast. The story
of her destruction, brought to this port
by 17 men who wero rescued from an
open boat, is a tale of relentless mur
der by the commander of the U-boat.
Launching a torpedo. into the aide of
the Ticonderoga after shs had been
forced, to leave a convoy, the subma
rine commander fired on the ship as
she tided to steam away,' and at a
range of a mile began spraying her
-with shrapnel. The Ticonderoga 's gun
erew went to their stations, but both
guns were quickly shot away. The crew
then tried to take to the boat, but the
U-boat's cannon were turned on
lifeboats and they were torn to splin
One boat was lowered while the sub
marine's euns hurled shells at it. Men
fell by the score, either killed or bad
ly wounded as they tried to go over
the side of the sinking snap.
As the vessel was disappearing men
in the one boat successfully launched,
tried to pull away, while a hurricane
of shells burst over them and over the
men struggling in the water. One man
swam to the U-boat, which was less
than a quarter of a mile away, begging
tho German lieutenant to stop. Ho was
commanded to swim away by the lieu
tenant; who levcllod a revolver at him
The boat was then ordered along
side the raider which tied it by a line,
Conversation was in progress, it was
said, when suddenly the officers dis
amieared into the U-boat and the sub
marine submerged. Only the parting of
the line saved the boat from being
drawn down after the pirate.
Naval intelliaence officers refused
to allow the soldiers and sailors who
were saved to tell tho story after- they
were landed, but they had told it De
fore they landed, while aboard a Brit
ish ship which brought them to port.
REDUCE BUTTER USE.
Ban Francisco, Oct. 11. The first
direct blow at able luxuries was made
today y the dairy product division
of the United States food adminlsrta
tion at Washington.
' The bureaus issued an order prohib
iting the sale of cream containing more
than 20 pvr cent butterfat, except for
buttormaklng. 8he order puts a ban on
whipped cream and "double" croam.
TIib order was issued to relievo the
the butter market.
The members of the Illihee elub and
their friends participated in a delight
ful dancing party last noight at the
ful dancing party last night at the
to be especially enjoyable was one of
a series given monthly by the elub
members. Several out of town people
were the guests of friends for the
dance last night, among them being
His Margaret Raeder of Portland the
guest of Mrs. Ohauneey Bishop, Clar
ence Bishop or fenuieion ana jm.
Percy Young, who is being entertain
ed for the week by Mrs. J. L. Van
Dora at the Court apartments. v
The Salem Woman's club will hold
its second meeting of the club year to
morrow afternoon at two thirty, at the
Commercial elub auditorium. The prin
cipal business to come beforo the mem
bers will be the resume of the meeting
of the State Federation of Woman's
clubs held in Portland September 17th
to 20th. The delegates who attended
the Federation sessions and who will
report at the local club meeting to
morrow are Mrs. J. H. Albert, Mrs. H.
J. Bean, Mrs. George J. Pearce and
Mrs. H. J. Clements. Mrs. John Jti. Al
bert .president, will preside.
Messages of congratulation are find
ing their way to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Gray Kamm of Portland,
upon the arrival of a daughter born
September 26. The baby has been
named Caroline after her great-grandmother,
Mrs. Jacob Kamm,
Mr. and Mrs. Kamm have numerous
friends in Salem, as they made their
home in the eity last winter, when Mr.
Kamm was associated with the Wittenberg-King
company. He is now a lieu
tenant at the officers training camp
at the University of Oregon, and is a
member of Colonel Leader's staff.
refund money if it fails. 25c
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Successfully used for 50 years.
Eczema and similar skin troubles
come from a disordered, impure
condition of the blood, and they can
only be cured by giving the blood a
thorough cleansing, and removing
from it al! traces of impurity.
This is why S. S. S. has been used
so successfully in hundreds of cases
ni Eczema and other skin eruptions.
This wonderful remedy is without
an equal as a blood purifier, being
probably the oldest blood medicine
on the market. It has been sold by
druggists for fifty years. Get a bot
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will get results.
You are invited to write to-day
for complete and full advice as to
the treatment of your own case.
Address, Chief Medical Adviser,
Swift Specific Co., Dept. H, Atlanta,
Mrs, Henry Cornoyer
Albany this week.
is visiting in
William Bell and daughters,
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y anil margarei, win uo
Portland over the week end.
Miss Janeth Christensen of Cricago
arrived in Salem yesterday to be the.
house guest of Mrs. J. H. Garnjobst at
her rosideuce, 215 Lincoln street, for
a few weeks. Mrs. Garnjobst visited
Miss Christensen in Chicago about a
month ago on her return from a so
journ in the east.
MiM Grace Sutton is planning to
leave for Haymond, Washington, to
morrow, for a few days' visit with her
undo, who is connected with a large
shin vard in Washington. Miss Sutton
will be accompanied by her brother,
Leo Sutton, a student at the Oregon
Agricultural college. Miss Sutton holds
a position in the attorney general s or.
fice at the state house.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Runcorn tre en
joying a week's sojourn at Newport.
They will return- home the end of the
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wilson of Sa
lem are visiting in Portland this week,
Mrs. T. D. Yanncy of Portland was
the guest of Mrs. Fred Buchtel during
The Christian Endeavor socioty of
the Bungalow church will hold its reg
ular social and business meeting to
nfrht in the church parlors. A short
mumm will be a feature of the ev
UNFILLED STEEL TONNAGE.
Ntw Yovk, Oct. 11. The un.riili t,-n-
naec ot" tl.o Unite.! Slato Steel - or
portnti.n reported loliiy fbes a de
rtaftjid of 4(1 J.7 ten'.. T tt"l fcl" tie
unfilled tonnage was 8,207,905 on Sep
tvmber 30. as against 8,759,042 August
81; 8,883,801 July 31 and 9,883,477 on
September 30, 11)17.
Good Underwear--Good Health
The Garment Nearest The Body Is Of Greatest Importance
Although somewhat higher in price the quality of our
Men's Underwear is still of the same high standard that
you have been accustomed to find at this store during past
years. There is variety enough to afford ample choice
and our prices will be found very reasonable under present
Two-piece, heavy ribbed and standard fleece
lined good full size garments, each... 95c -
Two-piece, cotton and wool including Col
lins' finest Australian wool, each. .. .$1.85
To.. N $4.65
Union suits, cotton ribbed and fleece lined,
suit . $1.95
Union suits, mixed and wool, suit . . .$2.35
To ; $6.25
. . . STAG SHIRTS . ,
Good heavy wool Stag or Logger shirts in blues,
greys and checks. They are full cut and made ip
in the best manner possible, single or double
construction over shoulder, some with slicker
interlining all sizes and priced less than present
$4.50 to $7.00
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Oregon Fire Losses x
Compiled By Wells
Oregon, outside of Portland, suffered
firs losses to 'the amount of (256,855
during the month of September, aceerd-
ing to a HiaienR-ni resueu vy x ire jiw
shal.Wella, Five deaths resulted from
the fires. Mrs. Emma Wiley, Tilla
mook, died of shock eaused by a fire;
John Swick, Linnton, was burned ts
death while endeavoring to extinguish
a fire; F. A. Bruuson, Pendteton, while
filling an automobile tank by the light
of a lantern, was fatally burned, and
John Beinberger and Badolph Strainer
were burned to death at the Hillsboro
The greatest loss was caused by the
fin at Beaver, which burned both bus
iness houses and residences. The loss is
estimated at $100,000.
Included In the buildings burned arc
city and farm buildings, sawmills, log
ging equipment, lumber yards schools,
theatres, fruit packing and evaporating
plants, business houses, warehouses,
creamery aad fish cannery, barns and
miscellaneous buildings. . -
MRS BEIETT HAD
SUFFERED 18 YEARS
Was In Bed Weeks At a Time
Unable To Move. Now
Does Own Housework
'For ths past- eighteen years my
wife was a sufferer from rheumatism
in one of its worse forms," said Will
iam Bennett, who is employed by one
of the large saw mills at Kedmond,
Wash., recently, i
"Whenever these attacks camo on,"
he continued, "she would get sc. weak
and crippled up,- that she would have
to take to Tier bed, where she would he
for two or three weeks at a time, suf
fering untold agonieg and unable to
move. Her left foot was drawn up and
twisted so with pain that nhe seemed
to be permanently crippled, and one
finger on her left hand was drawn
all out of shape so it was useless to
her. Her stomach, too, was all out of or
der, she had no appetite, and although
she was just as careful as she could be
about hew dibtuiir, iher fc()d would
sour on her stomacn ana cause her
great distress afterwaris. Her nervous
system seemed to be shattered, and
her rest was bo tiroken at n grit that
she could hardly sleep. Her arms and
throat appeared to be withered, the
skin soft end flabby, and she was just
about as miserable as anybody ever
gets to be. For years, she had been too
weak and ailing to do any of her house
work, and what time she wasn 't in bed
she was barely able to get mound.
I consulted specialists about her
case but they could give me no hope,
and 1 took her to one of the most cele
brated health resorts in the country,
ho.ping she would be benefitted thru
drinking the water, but it seemed to
do her no good. Then she tried all
kinds of medicines, but not till she
started taking Tanlac did she find a'ny
relief whatever. After taking a few
bottles of this wonderful medicine we
are prepared to say that Tanlae is the
only thing we have any faith in. Her
last attack of rheumatism was all of
two months ago, and she hasn't had a
twinge since. Her twisted fojjt is get
ting tiack into its normal position, and
that bent finger is getting straight'aad
supple lik the others. Her stomach is
in such splendid condition that she can
eat anything she wants without suffer
ing any bad effects afterwards. Her
arms and neck are filling out, and are
plump and firm, and she sleeps like- a
child every night. She is now able to
do all her housework, and she is in
better condition than jhe has been in
MEETING EVERY REQUIMENI
Of style, quality, value and variety. Garments to meet every .need and at
prices that stand the test of comparison. To fully appreciate our exceptional
assortment you must come &nd see it while it is at its best A visit to our
ready to wear department just now will surely be a pleasure.
U. G. SHIPLEY COMPANY
PREPARE TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY I " t
Tlnlae is sold in ubliard by Hub
bard Drng Co.,' in Mt. Angui y den
tiooch, ia Oervais by John Kelly, in
Turner by H. P. Cornelius, ia Wood
burn by Lyman H. Shorey, ia Salem
b Dr. 8. C. Stone, in Silverton by Geo.
A. Steelhammer, ia Gates by Mrs. J.
P. McGurdy and ia Stayton ly V. A.
Beauchamp, in Aurora by Aurora Drug
Church Is Out Of Debt And
Members Celebrate Tonight
It is the Central Congregational
church of lith and Fery streets, Ha
lem, that will celebrate this evening
tohe liquifdation elf its indebtedness
and not another Congregational church
as mentioned yesterday,
norinar the four years that the Sev
H. l' Stover has served as pastor of the
Central ConirrrffBtional chnreh, the
membership has increased from 50 to
133 and the attendant at the Sunday
schools is now more than 75 per eenl
more than it was when Mr. Stover as-
The church has done considerable
buildinir the nast rear or two bnt has
succeeded in paying as the building
progressed until now it is entirely free
of indebtedness. And to celebrate this
event, this evening at tho fhijreh members-ami
friends are invited to partic
ipate in the program.
"The Triumph of tit Allies' Anns
in Turkey and Palestine and the Conse
quent Redemption of the Holy Land"
will be the subject or an aaarcs run
day .veiling at the First Congregational
Church by Dr. Car! 4"egg DoneV, presi
dent of Willametto Taiversity: Dr. Don-
ey has travvlled extensively in Pales
tine and Eypt and is familiar with con
ditions in the Holy land. An invitation
is extended to all who are interested ia
the roeeat development m Palestine. .
10 B0Y8-10 GIRLS
War Dr No War 3irth Records
For Salem District Is
About Up To Average
The number of births ia this district
which includes Saiem and four or five
miles in three directions seems to be
keeping up to the established standard.
For the mouth of September, as shown
by the records in the office of Br. O.
B. Miles, city health officer, the births
reports show that of ten boys and ten
girls. For August of this year (1018)
the situation was a little more encourag
ing as tho total was 29, with 13 boys
and 11 girls.
During thw past month, according to
the records that tach physician is ob
liged by law to send in to Dr. Miles,
the births in this district are as follows:
Sept. 4 To Mr. and' Mrs. Albert Jo
hientz, of South Liberty street, Salem,
a daughter. She has been named Kath
erin Clare. This is their fifth child and
all are living. Mr. Johicnta is a but
cher, i .
Sept. 4 To Mr. and Mrs. JS. 8. Hart
man of 259 North 15th street, Salem, a
daughter. She- has been named Hulen
Louise. Mr. Hartmaa is a salesman.
Sept. 6 To Mr, and Mrs. Thco. Both
of 925 D street, a daughter, who has
been named Frances Evelyn. Thi8 is
their third child. The oth'er two are
boys. Mr. Both is a merchant.
Sept. 8 To Mr. and Mrs. uarry ji,nt,
son. He has been named Harry Sam
uel. This is their first child. Mr. Lnt is
a locomotive engineer.
Sept. o To Mr. andMrsJ' ercyL'omer
of Salem, a daughter. -Biro- has been
named Miriam Hope. Mr. Collier is a
Sept. 7 To Mr. and Mrs. i-ugar a.
Dauirhertv o Salem, a son who has
been named James Girard. Mr. Daugh
exty is a postof fica clerk.
Sept. 7 To Mr. and Mrs. t-iyae sn
ven, of Salem, a bou, who has been
named Willard Donaue. Mr. Bliven is a
Sept 9 To Mr. and Mrs. Lester H.
Stiffler of Salem, a son. He has been
named Lcstor H. Stiffler.
Sept. 11 To Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Wether, of rural routw 8, Salem, a son.
He has been namca joiner, txa is meir
seventh child and all are living. Mr.
Wethers is a "farmer.
Sept. 13 To Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sim
mons of Salem, a son. He has been
namod John Truesler. Mr. Simmons is a
Sent. 15 To Mr. and Mrs. Floyd li.
Hnrne. nf Salem, a daughter. She has
been named Loig Gladys, Mr. Barnes Is
Sept. 18. To Mr. and Mrs. Adplph
Hager of Salem, a sou. Mr. Hdger is a
Sept, 17 To Mr. and Mrs. Claud D.
Page, of Jefferson, a son. He has been
named Carl Baymond. Mr. Page is a
Sept. 24 To Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Schneider of Salem, a son. He has been
named Constantine Otto. 'This is their
fifth child and all are living.
Sept. 27 To Mr. and Ms. Chas. Spur-
lin of Sahjm, a daughter. She has been
named Nancy Elizabeth.
Sept. 28 To Mr. and Mrs. Arclnc A.
Geer, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gccr
live on rural routed, Salem. , 1
Sept. 28 To- Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Wacken of Salem, rural route 9, & dau
ghter. She has bewn named Wildrcd
Sept. 21,-rTo Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Bair, of Salem, rural route 8, a daughter
who has been named Dorothy Jlarie,
Mr. Bair is a carpenter.
All physician, are compelled by Jaw
to make a report of births by th0 10th
of thy following month. Hence the
above list is a complete record of births
in the Salem district for September,
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PRICE OF MEALS REDUCED.
Washington, Oct. 11. High cost of
living at the capital received a rude
jolt today when 89 restaurant propriet
ors, serving 100,000 war workers daily,
agreed to local Pood Administrator Wil-
son's request to servo three meals for
one dollar a day.
Under the new plan a savings of from
23 to 50 pwr cent will be effeeted.
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.Neuralgia, or Lumbago, you can
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The great penetrating power of
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plasters or poultices. It does not stain
the skin or clog the pores. A bottle of
Sloan's Liniment is all you need for
quick rest and relief from the pains of
sprains, bruises, backache, stiffneck;
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