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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918.
II CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
: QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRSS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELER IEEI-WE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
.V, EVilKTTUISO ELECTRICAL
talent Electrie Co., Masonie' Temple, 127 Kortk High
BAGGAGE , AMD PARCELS DELIV
red ' any place, city or country.
Phone 64 or 20S1R. W. W. Fisher.
DO TOP WANT new "awnings for
tore or hornet Call or write 0. Dill
man, 880 Highland Ave. 5-13
DR. P. I UTTER, DENTIST, BOOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Phone 606. . 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Eeal Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
THE FIXIT SHOP Let us Tepair and
sharpen your lawn mowers. 261
Court. Phone 1022. tt
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Ho Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 51)5-508 TJ. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White Eos.
NEW GRILL OPEN Opposite Oregon
Electric, depot, lunches and uieals at
all hours, from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Sam Louie, 336 S- High St. 6-21
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. W. B. Utl
son, K. B. ft S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMEBICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. B. ?. Day, V. C; J. A.
SALEM. HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillsoo,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or neg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for investigation.
WILL YOU WRITE to lonely young
widow worth $3a.000f Would marry.
Address Mary, Box 584, Los Ange
les, CaU 67
WANT TO BUY for eash, modera 7
room house, with large lot; 135 acres
all tillable, near Moleshoc, Texas,
for 'Salem acreage: 240 acres, 200
cultivated, 40 pasture, good soil,
lays well, running water, 3 miles
from town, will take $2DOO in trade,
price $23,000; 60 acres all cultivated,
19 acres prunes, fair buildings, 1
mile from town, $8,000. Owner, room
1. 341 State St. . 6-17
FOB SALE 200 eords oak wood $3.50
per cord on place, or $6 per coTd at
Crowley station. Address John Young
IMekreaL Ore. o-wsu
ROYAL, NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1300,
uneetg every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St-,
oracle; tors. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
FOB RENT Business location at 102
north Commercial, will remodel to
uit tenant. See E. M. Klinger, 463
State street, Salem, 6-9
BILLIARD PARLOR for rent, with or
without fixtures; will remodel to
uit tenant; best looation in city. K
M. Klinger, 463 State street, Sa
JPOB BENT The storeroom at 141 N.
Commercial street, now occupied by
Oompton's 15c & 25c store, will be
for rent May 1st next. For particu
lars inquire at room 22 Breyman
FOR RENT Five acres of choice land
with good buildings, on good road,
about four nines, out from Salem.
Will rent for two thirds, or cash.
Call on Square Deal Realty Co., room
202, U. S. bank bldg or- phone 470. tf
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in I. 0.-0. F. hall. Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A.; C. A.' Vibbert,
secrotary, Crown Drug Store, 338
State street. ' '
FOR SAuE Five acres with good
house, barn and out buildings, lene
ed, cross fenced and most of the
ground seeded, good water from
pump, fruit for family use; on a
good road 2 miles from eity lim
its and car line. Square Deal Real
ty Company, U. S. bank building.
MM MMMM4MMMMM I
j Willamette Valley News
Mel Red Cross Will
Q?e Benefit, Dance
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Bethel, May 24. Saturday night is
eagerly awaited Sn tthis community.
May 25 is tho date of the Red Cross
benefit dance to be held in the J. M.
Nichols dairy barn, six miles east of
Salem on the penitentiary road. An
important feature of the event will be
the serving of a thicken snrirter dur
ing the evening from 8 to- 12 p. m.
Music iuus of high Tank will furnish
aid to those who desire to "trip the
light fantastic." while the ladies of
the auxiliary will preside -behind the
It is reported that tho Worden farm,
which is now occupied by the Burt fam
ily, has changed hands, the Burts go
ing to Idaho. The purchaser is not
Vera Roth, who was reported last
week as being very ill, has recovered
and is now well on tho road to health-
Oscar Chapman, who has beeu help
ing J. M. Nichols, is now earing .for
his father-m-law's farm near Macleay,
during the latter 's trip into southern
Salem Man Spent Fortune
"I spent $1800 in 7 years treating
with physicians, some specialists cost
ing ime $10 a visit, only to at last say
that nothing could be done for me, that
350 ACRES. 100 acres cultivated, 100 T r!i iT1 , ..,,.
DOtwni, oa oeBveruo.ui, u.i .. .. bu(. after taking a few doses ot
4I...1.M. n..l noolnro. n centra lAnd. i ' -. . ui .11
timber, good pasture, no white land,
living water, river front, lana prac
tically all tillable, 1 miles from
Waconda, Or. Price $85 per acre.
640 acres, millions of feet of line
saw timber, lays well, affords good
grazing, living water, 3 , miles of
railroad station. $15 per acre. Own
er, Room 341 State St. Salem. Or.
MAY-FORM ARMY -!
OF IRtSH RECRUITS
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, Bhoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rateB. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
; 2247. Rosidence Main 2272.
STOVES REBUILT AND EEP AIRED
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American ience.
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loeanborry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
Court street. Phone 124.
THE MARKET 1
Grain . '
Wheat, soft white. $1.851.87
Wheat, red - ... $1.83
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oats - ' 90c
Barley, ton - $56
Shorts, per ton $38
Hay, cheat, , new $22('g23
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
Mnvr'a Wonderful Remedy tthese all
disappeared and for 3 years am feel
ing flUO." It as a Blinpiu, ura'
preparation that removes tne caraniiai
mucus from the intestinal tract and
allays tho inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and in
'sesiiual ailments, jfmcluding append!-,
citis. One doso will convince or money
ref unded. Perry 's Drug Store, I apitalg
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Vriiirliuiil. Or.. Mav 23. There is
some complaint of aphis in the neigh
borhood though I have seou none on
W. R. LctHn and E. N. Branson of
Fruitland have been drawn as jurors,
Both am safe and sane in judgment.
Kenneth Runner has been called to
the colors in the late selection for mil-
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Silverton. Mav 24. Miss May Serv
ice was a Portland visitor last Saturday.
Two state aniardg were searching the
vkinitv in and near Silverton for
the escaped convict, Baldwin, Sunday
Miss Irma Coon and Mr. Hutchcons
of Portland paid visit to Miss Inet
Donahue last !tmday.
Sunt. B. T. Youel spent yesterday
anil Itoiiav in Portland.
Tho junior n-lass of the Silverton
high school expect to wfe a trip up
the Columbia Jiighway tomorrow.
Little Miss Lillie Lewis entertained
a number ot ner incnas weuuewm
afternoon at her home on Water street,
th occasion being her seventh birtn-
Sidiuw Morlcv is reported to be
quite sik at his home in this -city.
Miss Mae Osborn is visiting with
relatives and friends in Seattle and
Astoria. She expects to be gone two
One little picnic In Vue City Park
after school hours was not enough ex
citement for iRodney Dunlap and to
create a Ktltlo moro excitement, he
stepped into a ndighJjoring house and
telephoned over town that Norman
Eastman had drowned in Silver creek.
It created excitement enough to sat
isfy the lirttle boy's acsiro, and more
The word passed from lip to lip and
in a bort time physicians, nurses, cit
izens and all hastened to the scene
of supposed fatality. The teachers of
the third grades gave a picnic party
to their pupils after school Wednesday
evening, and the little folks were en
themselves, wading in the crook
in the presence of the teachers. Nor-
mitn Eastman ventured
110 ACRES, 80 cultivated, 30 timber
pasture, 40 acres in crop, ,ooa duuu
ings, on rock road, two miles from
town, some stook and Jjnplemonts,
price $1100, will taTte $3000 Salem
residence, some cash and easy forms
on balance. 100 acres, 90 cultivated
60 bottom, 5 timber, all fenced, good
road, new 6 room bungalow, barn,
close to school, $11,000. 20 acres
Yamhill county, exchange for 0
room bungalow in Salem. Equity
40 acre Idaho irrigated farm fo
ranch near Salora or Dallas, not over
$3000, price $6000. 20 acres close to
n It 1 J nn imnrnilflmPllfll
lmlrXV 4.r,7l -'litarv Borvic. He is a teacher in the
vated, 25'beaverdam, 12 pasture, 1 Sunday school hero and will make good,
orcnard, good Darn, iair uuuoo. jum-
creek but decided ho would not wade
wit Tin climbed uo the band and
went down to the bridge. .Master uun-
lap, in the absentee or tno r-asraian
boy, thougnt it a goon u f
some excitcmeut, ano ne um uv
was really more than he. anticipated
Snd as the crowd of people began to
assemble along tho bank, ot tno creen
the young joker took on as much ex
citement as any or inoso lira..
ing town, running water, $6200 easy
terms. Modern 5 room bungalow,
furnace, paved street, $1500. Mod
ern 5 room bungalow, furnace, fire
place, bath, Dutch kitchen, dose in,
$2000. $8500 worth of acreage and
residence property to exchange for
'ranch any1 where, fiocolofsky, 341
Prospect News Notes
Attempt WI Be Maie to
Render Conscription Un
Dublin, Mav 23 The tonscription
question in "Ireland may be settled by
the formation of an Irish army.
Tho new recruiting operations plan
ned for Ireland will bo tn the "follow
tii drum" system, it was learned to
dav. ReeruUinc stations wiH b estab
listed throughout the fountry, white
regiments, headed by bands, will be
paraded Volunteers will be brigaded
with the present Irish brigades, thus
forming an Irish army. This reverses
the previous attitude of the war of tirce.
At an anti-conscription conference
it was decided to provide for the de
pendents of Sinn Feiners under arrest
out of the anti-coaiiseription mud.
The delav of tho lord mayor in go
ing to America, it ia explained today,
is duo to his etujil te submit docu
ments whLh he intended to present
to President Wilson,
The wife of Darrcll Figgis has re
ceived a leitter from him srating that
he, Fward DeValera and the other
Sinn Feiners under arrest have arrived
in England and expect to be interned.
Salem Street Names
Are Not Unpatriotic
While many cities are changing the
names of streets from their German
to more patriotic names, it is hardly
likely that any changes will be made
in Salem from the fact that when
streets were named in the city, people
across the were thinking along patriotic lines
Paw aAvoSJThcvo Fain and FictraM
V Tiki so Maa7 Mother liavs Suti Mod.
' 4 Jr-
Too noch cannot he said for a wonderftd
firfpamUon, familiar to many women at
'l abor's Prtwd.
It Is more effectlv In Its aclloa than U
the health rules ever laid dowa for tht
(uldanca of expectant mothers. It Is
sxternal ajsplimllca that spreads lti Influence
upon rha eorda, tendons and muaclea of th
abdomen, rendering them pliant, and they,
expand .enu-e fulljr without that pecullac
Tin eccaiion la, therefora, one of aa.
bounded joyful antklpatioa and too modi
treat cannot be laid upsa the rennkaMt)
tnfluenca which a Bother's hapPT prenatal
disposition has npon the health and fortunea
of the feaaratlons to coma.
The pain at the crisis Is tnSnlMy teal
when Molher'a Friend la used durinf tha
period of expectancy for the muscle ex
pand easier Md with lea Strain when baby
fpthrti TVfend Is Tnr external use only.
is entirely sale ana may p naa or your
dnisalst.a. It I prepared by the Bradfteld
Regulator Co., - Lamar Bids;., Atlanta,
ua. writ them to mall you their interest.
Inr "Motherhood Book." They will send tt at
once, without char, nd yoi will Snd if
very eeiprui. uo not aeriert Tor a atntie)
night and nornln to apply Mother's Prlend!
ccordln to dlrat-tlona amvnd to bottle,
ind thus fortify yoanelf aealost pain aiitf
Of course the wrong man got the nom-
... . ...
ination but if elected win prooamy to
th riirht man in the right place.
" ... . . -1 j1
Monday, solicitors! for tne ea urosa
drivrt under Mr. i Spitzburt of Salem
struck Fruitland. Among them Frid De
VtIab n. nnnular German farmer of Pra-
. v r - -
turn. Fred displays two ljiDeny ouugus
on his coat lapel and don seem iu
c-are who sees them.
Your gifted lady correspondent from
Vv neon da had some pretty words foi
Lsome of Uie. candy dates. (Is that the
way to spell it?) She also says sue
won't support an A, P. A. Now that
slnnds for the American Poultry Asso
ciation. I never know before that the
( hicken business had much of anything
. School closed with a short program
and picnic dinner. Our teacher, Miss
Royer, intends leaving at once for
Prosor, Wash., where her parents now
reside. Tho school board is now ready
to receive applicants for their coming with politics and ' religion, but
a,.hnnl term, as thev are desirous of " . , , . ,.
never too om m
Hay, vetch, new
Hay, clover, new
Dry white beans
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Perk, on foot 15vi16c
Veal, fancy 14(5 15c
Steers . 79c
Spring lambs 12'1'C
Ewes - 57c
Lamlbs, yrarlings 9f.
Portland, Or., May 24. Butter, eity
Eggs, selwtod local ex, 30y23Se- .
Hens 2628c .
Cheese triplets 2526c
Eggs and Poultry
Egjis, cash ..
Broilori, live .
Turkeys, dressed 283Cc
Turkeys, live, No. 1 2123c
Hens, dressed, pound oe
Old roosters ISfct Kic
Potato, old . e
Potatoes, new : - 8VL-C
Onions in sack..
Onions, green .....
Lettuce, crate ....
Daily Livestock Market
Tone of market 'steady, unchanged
Prime steors $1314
Choice to good steers $U.5012.50
Medium to good steers $10all
Fair to medium steera $8.509.50
Common to f.ir steers $89
Choice cows and heifers $1011
Medium to good cows ond heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifers
Stackers and feeders $810
Tone of market stoady, unchanged
Prime mixed 17.40ffU7.50
Medium mixed $17.15(17.35
Rough heavies $16.15 16.35
Tcne of market steady, unchanged
Wethers $U.50(al2 .
Tonn nf market sharply lower
East of mountain lambs $16-5017
ADVEETISED LETTER LIST.
school term, as they are desirous
hiring their teacher soon.
Now that we have had our long wish
ed for rain are wisibing just 'as strong
for warm sunshine,, as the , aphis is
eating up our gardens and crops.
Strawberries are in full bloom, the
j prospnctS are will have a bumper crop.
Loganberries are 'Beginning iu .
J. P. Miucih, our road supervisor, has
been quite poorly the past few months,
suffering from heart trouble. We hope
to hear of his improvement soon.
R. E. Cart.wriglit -has increased nis
Tonnihcrrv aercace; he now is tne
proud possessor of a span of mules.
(J. W. Moore or ounny iwuium
is getting after the borer in his 32
acre prune orchard. We sure think his
strawberry patch fine.
We understand Fred noriman is s
lonvo for rrarrs iiiikiiriwn; he
hns been the foreman on the McDougal
fruit ranch. ,..,
Th lartro tunnel dryer mat is man
-ixtul on the Skyline Orcliard is
i, nn nrettv we here oi ime
rri, folnv Mnnrn ranch has been
i.,i n Atr F.nff for 3 years. Mr.
1 VtSfl' ti - - . .
vft Koa nTBlcticallv the whole place
iii wheat this year. At present he is
down on his knees planting straws
ho .iirtnml. .aetlinc out 15 acres.
nun, u- ,,,.
T w TJpnia as worKiue naru vnt.
daj-s trying to master his new tnevro
Mmsrn W lson and iroous c"w
... i. Ti.nn n,n workin?
on us tnis ween. j "-.
for the interests of tno neci
drive and so far were very mwa cn
CIFUifw. ... , .V,,
Mr Geo. Moore recenvea w.iru i-uj
her slistcr, Mrs. tiaiiscawm. oi iu.u.u..
was very ill at the uooa riiia..i
w'thafc.Dr. Skiff has leased the
saw mill on the old Ford place we arc
sure of lumber.
MT. ANGEL MEN TO SERVE.
nr in'md.'- Or. Mav 24. Last
..n; a nrnarnrnme and "Smoker'
Advertised May 22, 1918: Albers,
rieutv W.: Bact. Mrs. J. H.: Baker, Mrs,
F'-a;" Bellmver, Miss Catherine; Bow
h, Mr R. W.: Burr. Mrs. C, I.: Carey,
. ln-r HnrhflTT' I JTfillTl. II.
. i rVs r. itI'iii iri : biaiAi iu"'ft . . v , i r cs . . emmn
Apples . 22"5!d - Daniel" Mr. Ideal P. Yards; Davis Father Dominic Mae "
olm . $67.50 E:'c?Dav, Mr. Paul; Dodd, Ferris, A.( ; and appropriate remarks on te occas .
Grapl fruit : $6 j.'kjU; Flowers, Mr. B ; and TfiJof
iiemons, oox . f!tM ; Hathaway, Mrs. nessie; naue, mmo,
71' iHnrt,, Mrs. Cora; Hotter, Mr. ueorgc, . !nh, th(1
itn hv Mount Angel Council
Kniehts of Columbus in honor of nine
of its members wno nnvo ---
: infra aarvpfi. nil Ot before May iv.
5. .s n o.,.,n vprv sound
We are haVine some light frost these
mnrnincH. but with little or no damage.
Win. Donaldson is Having ins uum
Wpihv Lediben nas riggea nimiwu u
furm' -tractor from odds and ends of
other machinery. This he uses to run hit
disc'. Henry is quite mgonxous and coum
get blood out of a tarnip if anybody
I'riday tlw S-tr) school closes. After
lie lily's exercises the Junior Kea irosH
M iil-.i. a mectinir. It is intended to
three departments of work,
Ived Cross, thrift stamp and indus
iol club. Tt is honed this consolidation
will make for greater efficiency and
Marion News Notes
rrtnniiffll Journal Special Service)
Mfirinn. Mav. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Afin,ch. ojccmmianied by Mrs. Wise and
daughter, Leatha, all of Salem, wore
8n ml ay visitors at the J. A. Colgan
homo. . ,
n F. Ilinshaw of Portland
spent Sunday and Monday with friends
here, tie prcacaoa at mo ""'''
chur-h Sunday evening to a iuu uou;
His many friends hero were all glad
to shake hiis hand once more.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mclr'atl ot juvgonc
who havo been vmling the letter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonitz, returned
Saporvinor 3. W. L. Smith of Salem
visited otr school Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. King and fami
ly of Marshfield uro visiting relatives
here. . .
The S. P. work train was muviMi
from Turner here Tuesday. They will
be located on the side track near the
rock quarry and will help our section
men get ('lie track in good repair.
The nriw sn-tion hoiute is bright and
ah'iny in a new ci at cf paint. It makes
a nil o addition to wrr tlf.le town.
Mrs. Geo. Worden of Portland is vis
iting her brotiherlin-law, E. T. Owens.
Prof. Hoag spout Hahirday in Sa
i wk.in". ivver county 8th grade ex
amination papors and is still spending
his leisure hours in rue tnum' wo..,.
Tho, maWitv of the eighth graders
in oiir school are back at work altliough
they took the state examinations iv
week. The few Who lire absent would
m it it were not for urgent work.
Thus showing their intorost in their
school, and proves Miat-tney rean
that "The end of education is to pre
pare for correct living" not to cram
for ltets. "
Miss Bessie Williams of Tillamook
is'vfeiting at theT.'A..ncr hOTno.
Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Enslcy spent Sun
day in Salem. ,
The CaiiHvfire girls of Marion met at
the homo of Mrs. Wm. Palmer last
week. Cake, so.la water and peanuts
were .served. . . '
Miss 01cr.na Ett?"ll and -ot w.o,
Hugh Russell, wcie Turner visitor
Sunday. ; 4.
The Jla-'ion vaicy nuxumry oi i-"
Bed CoMi wl l five n strawwrry snn
cftko supper at the W. O. W, hall next
Saturday ' evening. At the close of the
supper a good program win us
after which ice cream and cake will
be served- Everybody come.
(Continued from page one)
from a state as well as national stand
There aro a few names . that are
slightly suggestive of German orfgin
but not enough to hurt. The, only real
ly German named street in the city is
Frederick street. This street is an
innocent little street all by itself run
nine from 18th street east to Lee Mis
sion cemetery,, a' distance of ' five
blocks, and as it is laying low and not
especially calling attention to itseir,
the chances Vo it, will just remain
Frederick street. But iu Portland, a
street of the samo name has been
changed to Pershing street.
, PLAN OF ENEMY
(Continued from page one)
For tho first time since May 13 the
air was comparatively free of war
During the week of May 14-21 inclu
sive the British alone wnt crashing out
of the sunlit skies nearly 200 German
airplans. while bombing machines drop-
pod about 240 tons of high explosives
behind the etiemy lines. Ol tno machines
. ' " (Continued from Tpage one)
Iloff, .of -Mftftott county, 'his nearest
rival in the race by a majority of 252.
"CliarVs A. Johns of Multnomah,
county, i the republican nominee for
justice of the supreme court, victor ia
a three cornered contest in which to
load John S. Coke, of 'Coos county,
with a majority of 139S.
"Fred A. Williams of Josephine
county, is the republican nominee for
public sorviice cxmimiimr, tawing do-
roaitPd T Tail K J. mnaBr oi winn coun
ty, incumbent, by a majority of 849.
"These ligures are as ninny acvu
rato as possible until the completion o
tho canvass of returns from tho vari
ous counties at Salem. There may have
been some errors in tiansinietdon, bu
the totals are made ivp from offinial
return from almost every county in '
fhe state, tho official count being in
complete in only two or three, and i
those Only minor changfs mty bo made
that Will no affect the -Moult. !,
RETURN TO THEIR WORK
San Franciaco, May 24. Warehouse.
men who went on strike yesterday for
more money and shorter hours return
ed to their work today after a com
promise had been effected through the
mediation of.Food Comuiimionor Kalpk,
Tho men demanded $4. ft day for
ek'ht b'oiiw work. They tmd neon to;
lines, vi. tno iiiacHiiicn . ,
than lOO.wcro actually ' f a Aay wilT
.. i,.. i 1 TTmler the eomnronuss thoy will re-
moniio.v-H! mo e . . w . ,.u, . - comprokise'thoy
seen to crash py others tnan no amnen, , .
who an tne 300. Jive were u.uog.n - ftm 1 sifter which their wage
down by "archies" and about thirty . V'-?Z S
UliHllUU Ullb U IMC HVJ,Tva.o whu vw"
Dates W STuTL Mac: Mortfea. Mr.1 country's service withm the last month
- - - Retail Price. - iJo'lm; Murphy, Mrs. Lillie; Parker, Mrs. are as follows: Alphonse (.ooley, formr-
. ' , r ti r. nnll'lr nf Harnncton. Wash.: Fred J. Oans-
ry butter pOf ' V8""80"'. !'. n Z Uer. Portland: Georee J. Scheffer,
, hard wheat 2.85(d3.10 r. joh; - ;:r r: ' An 'Albrt 0tter,trom. Wst
r nft wheat $2 65 Mrs. it. U.; waiarr, jura, nn", ,..,. -- - - o x...i
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Frivates Francis tiigioy, !",
John A. Schramkowski, Jackson,
Died of Disease
'Corporal Daniel L. Johnson, Atlan
ta. Ga. '
Private Franklin O. Brun, Musico
Giuinard Erickson, lirainerd, Minn.
Homer K, Gratten, Mpriiigrieiil, mo.
John Griener, Lupemberg, Iowa.
Jostph P. Morris, New York.
Evans, Pegnes, St. Louis, Mo.
Elmer H. Prengel, St. Louis, Ma.
Norman Robert, Mlnueajxilis, Minn
Joseph William, Line, Ark.
Died of Wounds
Lieutenant Whitney H. Joyce, Una-
dilla, N. Y. n ,
Sergeant Jaines L. Yates, Quebec,
Privates Neil Gallagher, Dooyork
Geesala, Bellnr, County Mayo, Ireland
John K. Joyce, uromy, .
Willie Kapitake, Converse, Texas.
Irvio O McConnclee Atlantic, Iowa
Frank Ojiie, Concord, N. H.
Woodruff Perkins, Overton, Nev.
Carlton De Wolf Roberts, Brooklyn,
Died of Accident
Lieutenant Aimeo D. Genard, Man-
dhestcr, N. II.
Eugeue Paul Wubben,
Cadet Jcsoph A. Bcttenhausen, Ha-
Private Patrick W. Roycc, Jnmnica
Captain John A. Ba'tln, Wutervliet,
'r-.o'. .Tnhn O'Mara. Chicago
T,.i, K HiiHivan. Kingston, N. Y.
ciorgeaiits Clc C. . Hainby, Coving
Thomas -'. fliiteneai, oouiu
' Privates Harry W. Congdon, Bridge
P Orville' E. Garvin, Schneetady, NX
Joseph A. Giegericlh, J!.li?iein,
i,.... i r iioll .Inniiitai. Pa.
.lab!omWki. . Cleveland;
(rt.in. , , ,,
,v.i..,j Tt Lawter. Portland, Conn
Ernest O. Lawrence, Oastonia, N. C.
t,jk 1 Phclan. New Haven, Conn.
"WyVia Single on Umi, Rome. N. Y
li,r.r C. Smoime. Cumberland, Mr
i' W. Sullivan, New Haven,
Corporal Eri H. Moody, TLptonville,
Tenn. ' ' ' .
I continued to hear stories about Ger
man planes breaking up in mid-air. In
one battle this week three were plainly
seen to go to pieces when fired into at
close quartors. This was When a urittsn
formation, returning from a bombing
raid, was attacked by twenty memy
scouts. One of these dived on a British
two soater. The British maehino gun
ner fired one drum into It, when it
careened, caught fire aud dropped. Af
ter falling about 2000 fcet, it Drone into
Another German scout when given
two short bursts by a socond British
gunner at ciose range, dived, then its
planes folded back. The two planes and
the fiwlage fell to tho ground ill inree
widely separated places.
A third scout, attacking anotnor Brit
ish plane, received two volleys aud fell
Allied airmen say these ocitrrcnces
aw becoming constantly more frequent.
Gorman pilots place tho blame on faulty
material, hasty construction and bad
Paris, May 24. Repulse of German
surpriso attacks, successful French raids
and intermittent artillery fighting was
reported by the French war office to
day. "Enemy surprise attacks failed un
der our fire southeast of Mesnil-St.
Georges and west of Noyon," the com-
muni n ue sain.
"We penetrated enemy lines souui-
cast of Coucy in the Champagne ana 1
tho Vosges, taking 15 prisoners.
"At some points in tho front thore ,
was intermittent cannonading."
' Aeroplane Brought Down. ,
Copenhagon, May 24. Fishcrmon re
port that a German Zeppelin wu
brought down in the North sua and that
a British destroyer rescued the crow.
London, May 24. Bombardment of .
various British sectors and continue ,
raiding operations were reported by
W..dr1 Marshal Haitt today.
"Hostile artillery was active last
night wcBt of Lens and in the neigh
borhood of Festubort," tho statement
said. "The Nieppe forest sector was
bombarded by gas shells.
"We took a few prisoners in a site-
cessful raid southwest of Labassco an '
in a patrol encounter north of the Ypres
"A few mon are missing as tho re
sult of an enemy raid north of Hill 7tt
"An attempted enemy raid early last
night failed in Aveluy wood."
British Bomb Cattaro
Rome, May 24. A British air squad
ron successfully bombed submarine and
seaplane base at Cattaro yesterday, set
ting fire to tho piers and barracks, it
was officially announced today
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