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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1918.
Sir. McKinley's letter
brings cheer to all who
may be sufferers as he
was. Read it:
"I run honestly say that I w
My Hf to Prraaa. After torni of
the beat doctors In tha country
rare m up and told ma I could
not live another month, Peraaa
avr4 BMkTravelUns from town
to town, throughout tha country
and having; to go Into all kinds
of badly heated stores and build
in int. aometimes Hamlin up for
hours at a time whila plying my
trade aa auctioneer. It is only
natural that I ha rokta trr.
aemiTt so when thia would
occur I paid little attention to It,
until last December when I con
tracted a aevera case, which,
through neglect on my part
settled on my lungs. Win l
mt M late, I kraaa f oetsrlaic,
at. wtthowt arall, ontll I hemrd
f Peraaa. It eared mrt ao I
cannot pralas It too highly."
i m. tip II -
Mr. taatael MrKI.Iey, J 507 E.
12th St, Kansaa City, Mo, Mea.
ber of the Society of U. & Jewelry
Taklet ST Uqald For.
PROBABLY NO CHANGE
(Continued from page one)
Rankin is Tetiring. Representative
Evans, democrat, leads in the other
. Senator Borah was returned in Idaho
and Senator McNary seems to have
won from Oswald West, democrat, in
Oregon. Senator Walsh, democrat, leads
Lenstrum, republican, for re-election
in Montana. Washington did not have
senatorial election. -
Oregon went republican in the state
Governor Withycombe was re-elected
ver Walter M . Pierce, democrat.
In Idaho the Non Partisan League
was defeated. It had endorsed a major
ity of the democratic candidates and
Non Partisans Lose.
Boise, Idaho, Nov. 8. The Non Par
tisan League wag overwhelmingly de
feated in Idaho, Davis, republican, for
governor, beat Samuels, nominated by
the Non Partisans in the democratic
primary, by 20,000. Senator Borah, re
publican, has been re-elected by
around 25,000. Congressmen Hmith and
French, republicans, re-elected by large
majorities. The only doubt is as to
Frank R. Gooding, republican, who may
be defeated by a small margin by Sen
ator Nugent, democrat, indorsed by tho
Non Partisan League. Tho entire re
publican state ticket is elected with a
legislature tfcat is overwhelmingly
against the Non Partisan League.
Democrats Gain One.
San Francisco, Nov. 6. Today's
early count of yesterday's ballet in
dicates that the democrats have gained
one congressman in California-
Henry Hawson, democrat, is leading
H. E. Bar.bour, republican, in the Scv
enth district, while in the Eighth Hugh
Hersman ha-s apparently defeated Hep-
resentative E. A. Hayes. The only otnor
important congressional fight was in
the Ninth district in Los Angeles, wnere
Charles H. Busaell, democrat and pro
hibition candidate, carrying the prcr
ident's endorsements defeating Mont
villa Flowers, repnCjfean.
Governor Htcphend. republican, evi
dently has been re-elected, defeating
Theodore A. Bell, democrat, by 85,000
to 115,000. C. C. Young, seems to have
defeated J. V. Bnyder for lieutenant
McNary Is Leading.
Portland, Ore-, Nov. 6. Incomplete
returns from yesterday's election
showed Senator McNary, republican, in
the lead and probably elected over
Oswald West, democrat.
Oregon returned its eolid republican
delegation, to congress.
Italians Occupy Cities
Rome, Nov. 6. " While land and
naval detachments were disembarking
at Trieste Sunday, the navy occupied
Lissa," the Italian war office announc
ed today. "The navy also occupied
Abaxzia, Eovigno, rarenzo, Luss'm, La
ffosta. Melcda, Curzola. Fiume and
Catarrh is a Real Enemy
and Requires Vigorous Treatment
I tiM Li- - 1 ut .,i; n
Tin Wnt IWlwt It
- - - t
When you use medicated sprays,
atomizers and douches for your Ca
tarrh, you may succeed in unstopping
tha ehiked-up air passages (or the
time being, but this annoying condi
tion returns, and you have to do the
same thing over and over again.
Catarrh has never yet been cured
fcy these local applications. Have
you ever experienced aay ral benafit
(rem sucb treatment T
TIivaw fHo.a malraahlft rpm fulm to
the winds, and get on the right treat
ment, uo to your arug store to-oay,
get bottle of S. S. S., and commence
a treatment that has been praised by
Bufferers fojr nearly half a century.
S. S. S. gets right at the source of
Catarrh, and forces from the blood
the germs which cause the disease.
You can obtain special medical advice
regarding your own case without
charge by writing to Medical Direc
tor. 22 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta. Ga.
Of Interest to Feminine
Thrift and Foresight
During die early days of the war the merchant was
more or less subiect to ridicule for his warnhnrs and
f - . a-
predictions of scarcity of materials and higher prices.
Grim rtaities have changed matters and, mark you, this
end is not yet.
For instance, such as are found on the market today,
are quoted at prices higher than the finest quality
we are retailing over our counters. Any woman who
admires the sheen and beauty of a Broadcloth Suit
(and who doesn't) should see these materials at once.
Here are five of the best shades: seal brown, plum,
taupe, marine and bluebird. They are 56 inches wid. ,
sponged and shrunk, per yard .$4.75
In this lot of high colored Striped Silks
ant included serges worth up to $2.00
a yard, taffetas, Beldings' yard wide
lining and tub silks.
. Heavy Silk
Make dandy Shopping
- - bag, at yard
Black, white and black
with white soles. Pair
The lot i made np of atriped and plaid
all wool suitings and plain grey mid
brown Barkings 52 to 56 incite wide.
Splendid for wihool dresaca and skirts.
I SOCETT :
By CAEOL & DIBBLE.
MESSAGES of deepest sympathy
and consolation are being ex
tended to the family of Mrs.
Cliauneey Bishop, who passed away
suddenly thig morning at the Bishop
residence, 340 North liberty street, ill
but a few days, her death eame as a
great shock to a multitude tif friends,
whose universal expressions of intense
regret to her husband, Chauneey Bish
op, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Gabrielson, are taking the form of a
distinct personal loss. lira. Bishop also
leaves two email sons, Robert t'haun-
cey and Charles Kay, besides a broth
er; Lieutenant Carl D. Gabrielson, now
attached to the service in Siberia.
Mrs. Bishop has always been prom
inently identified with a variety of
relief and war activities, beme especial
ly active in Y. W. C. A. work and a
member of the local board of direct
ors of the association. Endowed with
a most gracious personality and an
outgoing vivacity of manner, Mrs. Bish
op possessed in a marked degree the
gift of friendship, her acquaintances
and friends being legion throughout
Mr, and Mrs. Charles A. Park and
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lee Patterson left
today on a short motor trip up the Co
lunihia highwav to Hood River.
Mrs. Anderson Cannon of Portland,
v - -" " .-w - 6 y
rah Elizabeth and Gertrude, has been
viaihnn hai namntfl Mr on1 1 r 1
home SundajL Mrs. Hunsaker of Port
land who is also a guest at the Jones
nome, will remain lor several montns-
Miss Constance Cartwright returned
to Forest Grove today, after a tea
days stay in Salem with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. K. Cartwright. Miss Cart
wright is on tho faculty at Pacific uni
versity, which has been closed the
past few weeks in -common with the
majority of colleges and schools thru
out the state.
Salem friends of Mrs. Phillip Car
roll of Hood River will be interested
to hear that she and her small daugh
ter PatdV, will -pass the winter in
Portland with Mrs. Carroll's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nelson, during
the absence of her husband, Captain
Carroll, who went over to Franco with
the expeditionary forces.
Mrs. Carroll was Miss Frances Nel
son before her marriage, a well known
University of Oregon girl. Though her
home waB in Albany, she frequently
visited in Salem, toeing exceedingly
popular socially both here and among
college circles in the valley.
Miss Cntheryn Slade, who has been
spending a few day at ' her home in
Silvcrton, hag returned to Salem to re
sume her Btiulies at the Capital Busi
ness college. !
Felicitations are finding their way to
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Itussell U.
Mohney in Tacoma, upon the arrival of
a son." born October eighteenth. The
little chap has been named Russell, Jr.
The mother will be. rememuerea ne-
foro her marriage as Miss Clara Neuge-
bauer, a woll known Salem girl. Mr.
and Mrs. Mohney have been living in
Tacoma since the first of the year,
where Mr. Mohney is associated with
the local Standard Oil offices.
fiaa Ttnlnn Kintr nf Knlem. who is
attending the Oregon Agricultural col
lege, was one or tne seventeen gin
elected to inoniberahiD in the Madrigal
club, aer a result of a tryout held last
month. Tryouts are hold once each semester.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Commons of 2280
E!m avenue, accompanied by their
daughters, Miss Laura Commons and
Mis Edna Commons, left today fori
Caldwell, Jdnho, where they win resitie
permanently. They will make their
home oa a ranch jut outside of Caldwell.
lr ami ,fr Thnmaa Burrowi have
returned from a pleasant outing at
ciled in . tneir cottage tor tne paj
Continued from page one)
UMBO 0 QIHCM.Y UKDEH THE S0CTHIKS,
PENCTtUTDtfi APPUCATMN OF
KAMIKS KUAK9 03.
Ailments of this nature can be
effectively treated with Hamlins
VVixard Oil In cases of rheuma
tism and lame back it penetrates
quickly, drives out the soreness,
and limbers np stiff, aching joints
Wizard Oil Ss a good, dependable
preparation to keep in the medi
cine chest for first aid when the
doctor may be far away. It is an
absolutely reliable, antiseptic appli
cation for cuts, burns, bites, and
.stings. Sprains and bruises heal
readily tinder its soothing, pene
Get a bottle from your druggist
for 25c and use the medicine. If.
not entirely satisfied take the bot
tle back to him and he will return
If you are troubled with consti
pation or sick headache try Ham
lins Wizard Liver Whips. Just
pleasant little pink pills at drug
gists for 25c Guaranteed
ried their line to the Purtaut Jlvcr,
southeast of Mont Cornet.
French detachments crossed the
Aisne between Rethel and Attigny
practically isolating those important
On the left of the American first
army the French reached LaCassine,
lr.3s than eight miles from Sedan? end
eleve,i miles from Mezieres.
"We maintained contact during
night with the enemy rear guards, who,
oa the whole front, continue to fight
while .-retreating," said the communique.
"Early this morning the progress of
our troop was renewed.
' ' East of the Bambre canal we occu
pied Barzy. North of Marie we passed
Marfootaine and Vokaries. Italian
troops, co-operating with ours, have
taken LaThnel and reached the Purtaut
brook, southeast of Most Cornet. West
of Rethel we occupied Barby on the
north bank of the Aisne. Between Beth
el and Attigny xu detachments crossed
the Aisne at several points. Further to
the right we reached the outskirts of
LaMcti and pushed oa to the out
skirts of LaCassine, northeast of Le-Cheaie."
Saved By Armistice.
Borne, Nov. 5. (Night) "Suspen
sion of hostilities arrested our progress
and saved from capture a small pait of
the Trentino armies before three p. m.
yesterday (Monday)," the Italian war
office stated tonight.
"Having passed every obstacle and
overcome every resistance, we advanced
with great impetus, firmly establisniag
ourselves behind the enemy in the
Adige valley, closing all the openings.
"The Seventh army, rapidly taking
the region west of the Adige, mastered
the Mendola Pass and pushed patrols
tuuug tire riveu in mo urecuon oi ooi
" The First army occupied . Monti
celli, dominating the confluence of the
Adige and the Noee.
v Yesterday at 3 p. m. army head
quarters had been moved to .Trtnto
"On the remainder of the front the
enemy had been driven well into the
mountains. In the plains our cavalry
was throwing into panic large units
on the march, which -were encircled and
compelled to surrender."
STLVERTON MAN BIBS
Redding, Cal., Nov. B Nich
olas C. Lieton, aged 65, weal
thy farmer of Silverton, Ore
gon, died here today. He was
forced to leave a Southern Pa
cific train here a week ago on
aceount of illness.
GARMENTS OF STYLE AND VALUE ;
Interesting Is the Display of
Coats Suits Dresses
Now Showing In Our r
More than ever, during these strenuous times is it
necessary to purchase good quality clothing t)f sen
sible style which will give service and be a pleasure
to the wearer as long as there is any wear left.
A visit to Shipley's will convince you that the gar
ments selected for your approval are all that coulq
be desired and that the prices are remarkably rea
U. G. Shipley Co.
145-147 N. LIBERTY STREET
"Where Shopping Is a Pleasure"
Furniture Closing Out Sale
the Mormal forest and reached the
main Avcsnos-Bavay road, southeaost
"We made progress also west of Ba
vay and on other parts of the battle
front. We took a number of additional
London, Nov. 6. The Americans,
continuing their advance in tho Mouse
r.'uiini. have cleared the east bank as
far north as Milly and have passed be
yond Htonnc, ictta than nine nines soutn
of Sedun, it wa, announced in the
American official communication to
Seventeen German airplanes and two
bullous were shot down yesterday.
"We hava rrasscil the river at Jhin-
Sur-ileuse, captured Bois De Chsttilon
Dun -8ur-Mouse end weaumonr, ana
hav-o reached the villaire of Millv."
tho statement said. "We have pasted
tne loreat oi jauinay ana are now inn
in five miloi of the Kedan-Meta rail
rniul. nne of the main lines of the Ger
man army. Between Beaumont and
Bar we have advanced beyond aionne
' ' Two tona of bombs were dropped on
Rmirnnrt and enemv trooit were at
tacked with machine nun fire. Seven
teen hostile airplanes and two Dalloons
were shot down. Seven of our ma
chines are missing.
French Purine Germans.
Pari. Nov. 6. The French, after
maintain'mir contact with the war-
guards of the retreating German all
night, renewed their attact on toe
whole front this mornine. it was an
nounced by the war office
Additional advance of three mile
wera t.inde at several poiutsL Italian
troops co-operating in the attack ear?
And the Imperial Furniture Go's
store will close its doors for good.
We thank the people of Salem and
all the surrounding Icounties for their
patronage and we are sure that every
one of you who bought merchandise
of us will be and remain perfectly
We also call everybody's attention
that you have 3 more days for
supplying your wants-and save con
siderable money . Again thanking you.
Feldstein - Drektor Furniture Co.
177North liberty Street Salem, Oregon
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