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THE DAILY CAK7AI. JOURNAL.' SALEM. ORE. FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1918.
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CASUALTY LIST 19
(Continued from page one)
Charles H. Roedcr, Sioux City, Iowa.
Samuel B.. Rottonberg, New York.
Morris Snliior, Jursey City, N. J.
Nicholas Schneider, Huasin.
Bnforil Stewart, Manafilc, Ala.
I'ldossy Zitin't',, I.aona, Wis.
Died of wounds:
Privates Uurdon Ward Bates, Shelby,
James Coylo, Brighton, Mass.
Frank E. Mnlonp, Mount Horcb, Wis.
Clyde Millard, Moncpolicr, Ind.
John A. Stange, Columbus, Ohio.
Mud of disease:
Privates Willi. Couch, Newman, Ga.
James Dodin, Chattanooga, Tenn.
William Fiulay Foster, Willow Bai,
Wado Koldcn, Jefferson, Ohio.
Clarence H. Partridge, Lacygeue, Kan.
John V. Price, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
PvmI of accident:
Civilian H. C. Shaw, Cambridge
Privates George W. Gehlca, Brooklyn
diaries H. McCarthy, Tiffin, Ohio.
Sergeants Hubert L. Collins, Bridge
Oliver K. Davis, Yonkers, N. Y.
Roy Dunbar, South C Mingo, III.
Car,"j J, Fincgnn, New Brunswick, N.
I Jeremiah' Sheehy, Ireland.
' Lloyd Suudeen, Kerekhovcn, Minn,
j Corporals Tony Bratozak, Chicago,
j Leigh K. Busier, South Charleston,
Karl Oarrott, Windsor, 111.
Wilbur F. Hanson, Brooklyn, N. Y.
William Hetzel, Congress Park. 111.
Paul E. Jones, Harvard, Mass.
Jacob Katiffman, Brooklyn, N. Y.
John Tydeu, Ireland.
Carl Hoc he, Hudson, Mass.
Fred J. Ryan, Lowell, Mass.
Joint J. Ktctz, Chicago.
Harold 0. Thompson, New Britain,
Privates Merrill N. Barhe, Spiro,
LufhsrN. Bare, Mnysville, Ky.
ON OUK ENTIRE STOCK FOR SATURDAY ONLY-EXCEPT REFRN,
ERATORS AND CONTRACT GOODS
I $2.50 Carpet Sweeper.
Bargain Day special
$7.50 Hugo Vacuum
Sweeper, Bargain Day
$12.50 Frantz Premier
Electric Sweeper, extra
$3.50 10-qt. Aluminum
Kettle, extra special
50 Cent Granite Tea Pot
Bargain Day special
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See our used
Jaiacs C. Blackburn Shawnee, Okla.
Leon Blo.'r, Ceiiimbas Grove, Ohia
H(-mer Brouillette, North Adams
Hubert Cithieret, Piqua, Ohio.
Harold C. Clark, Watertowo, X. Y.
Morns Cohen, Milwaukee, Wis.
Frank Cunningham, Ireland.
Johnnie Damron, Fort Gay, W. Va.
Ira Flood, Shepherdsville, Ky.
Eob C. Oatewootl, Padueah7 Ky.
Hoy M. (ilew, Farley, Iowa.
Antonio Grassi, Italy.
Paul Grimes, Green Castle, lad.
Louis Guilbeau, Arnaudrille, La.
Martin Masset, Chicago.
Lewis F. Hicks, Naples, Texas. .
Stephen Hurtuk, Bridgeport, Coal.
Bernard E. Jackson, Chicago.
AUwrt H. Jester, Galv?ston, Texas.
Homer Jones, London, Ohio.
William C. Kemp, Crump, Tenn.
William McCombs, New Castle, Pa.
John J. Malone, Philadelphia.
George Mantas, Tooele, Utah.
Chris F. Mazzini, 14 East Anacapa
street, Santa Barbara, Cal.
Iaac D. Miller, Dcnison, Texas.
Frank H. Mills, Millburn, X. J.
Alexander Moorhead, New York.
George L. Nugent, Silver Springs, N.
Arthur Jonathan Olson, Chicago.
William II . Osborn, Troy, N. Y.
LcP P.-Jters, Earnestville, Ky.
Myles F. Ralls, Lowell, Mass.
Kodney Ricketts, Sanders, Ky.
Leonard C. Buch, Buena Vista, Ga.
John Schoepke, Fon Du Lac, Wis.
Clarence Scran, Bay City, Mich.
Julius William Schlcuter, North Men
Barney Mangus, Sheveland, Scandi
John Shutovich, New Yor
Joseph Socha, Minneapolis, Minu.
. Jack Srok, Youngstown, Ohio.
Earnest Strickland, Center, Texas.
Martin Walsh, Bichmond, Cal.
Joseph asilewski, Bepue, 111.
Frank E. Wesberry, Woodville, Mi?s.
Luigi Soldo, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Peter P. Wisiolowski, Chicago.
John Zuba, Brooklvn, N. Y.
Wounded, degree undetermined:
Private Frederick Krienbrr'ing, Brat-
Missing in action:
Corporal Frederick R. HyoV?, Cheste.
Privates Teodor Nowoselski, Union
Edward N. Popt, Hardwick, vt.
Clarence H. Riedlc, Bristol, Conn.
Charles F. Sturgeon, Bristol, Conn.
The Marine Roll of Honor.
Washington, June 14. Sixty two
more marines w."re placed on the coun
try's lionnr roll today as the result of
recent righting in France. A casualty
list issued today registered eight kill-
1 in action; six dead of wounds and
f'iftv eight wounded sewrelv.
Major Benjamin S. Berry of Ne
York City tad Captain Oscar R. Canld
well, CrawforJsville, Ind, were severely
wotiadrd in sctiou.
Th. list follows:
Kil'.'d in action:
Corporals Francis Joseph Dock, Sonti
Gt-crge Alex Mincey, Ogeechee, Ga.
Mearl Charles Alexander, Saron. Pa.
Sergeant Thomas Henrv Wales, W.st
on. W. Va.
Privates Charles Franeis Brown, St.
James Bernard Kellum, Maysville,
James Sherman Schall, Templeton, Pa.
Corporal Cleo Baxter Davis, Bowling
Dead from wounds:
Privates Keneston Parker Lander's,
Syracuse, N. Y.
' WUliaAi Theodore Boosev.lt Budlong
Robert Clark Gourley, Waterville, O.
Lester William March, Milliken, Col.
Aden Brown, Clyde, N. Y.
Corporal Louis Peterson, Chicago.
Captain Oscar K. Cauldwell, Craw
First Lieubenant Hugh McFarlaad,
First Lieutenant Shaler Ladd, Chevy
Second Lieutenant Max D. Gilfillen,
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Gunnery Sergeant Bichard Still Boss,
Privates Frederick Lawrence Dace.
Attilio Johu Mignacoc, San Francis
co. Bates Bryan, Montpelier, Idaho.
Edward Elviu Cabell, Philadelphia.
John. Krivdo, Murray City. Okla.
William Theodore Hayden, Hermans
Henry James Dechant, Adrian, Mich.
Kichard August Powers, Jr., Cincin
Daniel Willis G."orge, Greensburg, Pa
John Francis McCarty, South Boston
Claud Marcus, Chicago.,
Gilbert Ciscero Hudlow, Atlanta, Ga.
Arthur Fistler, Sheboygan, Wis.
John Thomas Evans, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Kufus Harold Skinner, Camden, N.
Richard Eriek Johnson, Chicago.
Gunnery Sergeants Charles Francis
Cecil Augustus Williams, Akoskil, N.
Charles Hoffman, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Corporals Bert Charles Smith DeWitt
We will have a number of splendid values to show
you that will be special for Saturday only.
Fifty light weight Suits, regular values $25
Hart Schaffner & Marx, for Saturday $19.85.
Sixty-five Young Men's Suits, the very latest
models, for Bargain Day only, 20 Discount.
Regular Prices $20.00 to $35.00
Poros Knit Union Suits, Saturday only, 95c.
Fifty Boys' Knicker Suits, ages 9 to-16 years,
splendid values at 20 Discount.
Neckwear for Bargain Dal 35c.
This opportunity of seeing our stock of Staple
Merchandise will be worth money to you. .We'll sell
you many articles less than the wholesale prices.
Albert Morrison Grant, Amesbury,
Sergeant Paul Jones Bobinett, Hart
Privates Barry De Merle Wolf, Ha
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i This is a Great ,
At All Times. This immense stock of
h'yW1 a further reduction of
Which was purchased from Chambers & Chambers, at a great sacrifice, is now
on sale by the firm of Feldstein & Drektor of Portland. This firm has decided to
close out the entire stock at the earliest date. In order to do this we are making
-w..r.,rrr.n?.-rs to dispose of every piece quickly. If you are in need of any Household Goods do
Lbmlrf-t. -hJ not fail to attend this Mammoth Closing Out Sale at less than same can be pur-
We are showing a complete and the best selected stock of Rugs, Furniture,
Ranges in this city at prices that defy competition. Before purchasing your
goods do not fail to call on this firm to get our prices, and be convinced that
we are the greatest furniture bargain store in Salem.
Yrou are always w elcome whether you buy or not
Old goods taken in exchange.
We will pack and ship all orders for out of town people, free of charge.
FELDSTEIN &. DREKTOR
(Formerly Chambers & Chambers)
467 COURT STREET, SALEM, OREGON