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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM." ORE. FRIDAY. ,TILY S. 1918.
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Is It Right for a Christian
Sunday night to be the opening of
the Haywaxd-Dickson meetings in the
Trig tent on Court street opposite the
Great interest is being manifested in
Hhe announcement of the opening of
the HaywardDickson meetings in the
big tent on Court street. The opening
suib.jeK't is one which every citizen is
interested in. So much has been made
of "Conscientious Objection" by cer
tain classes who want all the benefits
of a good govern meat without assum
ing any responsibility for its main
tairoanco that Evangelists Hayward
and Diokson feel that the church ought
ito go on record in a very emphatic way
in this matter.
Thoso who heard Mr-. Hayward in
thig lectures in Marion square last sum
mer know .tihiat ho will handle this sub
ject without gloves, and that he may
1)8 .depended upon to arouse hie audi
ence to fully, sense their obligations
to tho nation ait this time. German in
trigue, the Hunnish frighfcfubicss have
swept away the last reasonable objec
tion which any right thinking porson
'could possibly have, and the large ar
ray of farts which Mr. Hayward will
present in -this lecture will make it well
worth the wiriio of every person to
It will be remembered that last year
hundreds of.- people had to sland up
on the opening night of Mr. Haywards
leletures, and many others were turned
Siwiay, bo those who plan to attend
ought to come as early as possible in
"order to be assured of a good seat.
These lectures will continue every
might beginning Sunday night, July 7,
land aro free to the public.
HOROR TALES ARE
(Continued from page one)
the outbreak of the war tho Austrian
government found it necessary to as
sure the people that only 14 por cent
of Italian soldiers had been killed. This
percentage has increased at a high
Talte. In defiance of the law classes
which could not be callod up in other
sections of Austria were called in this
.distiet. Evcm tho women were mobiliz
ed and sent to work in the trenches,
where many of them were killed. Motc
than 100.000 of our people, a third of
the population, have been interned)
"At Aldena, a village in tho La
garina valley, tho major in command
was in the habit of making the women
,who tod remained pass in lino across
,the square. Ho chose the one that pleas
ed him best and if she did not submit
she was given twenty five lashes and
"Damiano Ohiosa, an old School
mate of mine sentenced to death, was
placed in front of a firing squad and
tortured for ten minutes while the
command to fire was withheld.
"Wounded and discharged soldiors
are interned and the separation allow
ances afe not paicl their families.
"It is our conviction that unless we
pmash Austria the strongest claim of a
idominaut race to the right of tyranniz
ing over the world will be made good."
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
As a matter of economy you
should consult the Journal's
Job Department before placing
your printing--we are satisfying
Salem's leading firms-put us
on your calling list. Phone 81
MARION DISTRICT N02
Eighty -One Latest Names
Added to List Are Given
The eiehty one new registrants of
north Marion draft district who regis
tered at Woodlburn, are placed in the
following order by the recent draw
ing held at the national capital:
10 Francia M. Miller, Silverton
29 (Ferdinand F. Paulsen, Woodburn
17 Earl Cone, Donald
74 Clarence L. Nilcol, Silverton
57 Albert J. McKay, Donald
70 Frank M. Moores, Silverton
78 Aubrey David, Silverton
4 Joseph B. Sehwab, Mt. Angel
70philip E. Williams, Silverton
28 John Tamiminger, Mt. Angol'
55 Henry F. Hage, Silverton, B 3
45 Joseph Ortwcrth, Woodburn
72 Clarence Moore, Siijverton
61 Peter J. Buss, Gervais, & 1
5lOerald P. Connor, St. Paul
03 Joseph Finsker, Woodburn, B 2
41 Linus D. Martin, Donald
32 James W. O'Connor, Donald
(i(i Howard M. Malaney, Silverton
Boyd M. Ycrgen, Hubbard
r,5n,tibcr,t L. Big, Gervais, B 2
33 Frank Hottwer, Scotts Mills
56 William M. Bliven, Gervais, E 3
48Osrar O. Olson, Woodburn
13 Sixfus Torkstad, Silverton
3 Eugene A. Ast, Mt. Angel
64 Gelnard T. Plaa, Scotts Mills
11 Oarl B. Mosor, Silverton
69 Wiley W. Scott, Silverton
35 John Westendorf, Mt. Angel
62 Ros'coo J. Bcese, Woodburn
18 Pdter Brossell, Gervais
54 John L. Vandorbeck, Gorvais
81 Arthur Moon, Woodburn
39Verne L. Sandlierg, Aurora
30Leo D. Bloom, Aurora, B 5
49 Jesse E. Roberts, Woodburn
25 Jacob C Scollard, Gervais
55 Iwigh.t H. Schaap, Gervais, E 1
12 Albert L. Davenport, Silverton
34john Griosenauer, Mt. Angel
2 Ernest I. Dunn, Silverton
77Bonald M. Goodwin, Silverton
46 James B. Moore, Woodburn
8 Sidney H. Peterson, Mt. Angel
67 Stonewall J. Moser, Silverton, E4
40 A. G. H. Lettenmaier, Silverton
38Melvin A. Johnson, McKco
7 Roman J. Lois, Mt. Angel
27 Arvid Hagstrom, Silverton.
1 Paul W. Coleman, Woodburn
52 Hubert E. Moisan, Brooks
6 Bruno Hessel, Mt. Angel
24 Gordon G. Goble, Wooil'bum
14 Glenn Mahler, Woodburn
71 Louis J. Vearrier, Silverton
19 William A. Kilian, Silverton
59 Dean Schaap, Gervais
37 Jesse C. Eminett, Hubbard
36 Chas. A. Hamilton, Hubbard
68 Oral D. Egan, Silverton
44 Frank Nezhoda, Hulhbiard
79 Brytce H. Melville, Woodburn
15 Henry B. Lamb, Waconda
26 Joseph H. Weigel, Mt. Angel
31 Alvin T. Earl, Hubbard
53 Oliver J. LeBrun, Woodburn
43 James T. Moore, Aurora
80 Herbert Miller, Aurora
23 Harold Satern, Silverton
22 Saml. C. Gottenberg, Mt. Angel
21 James C. Duffy, St. Benedict
75 Wren E. Matheny, Silverton
50 Joseph W. Kirk, Woodburn
47 Bobert Zurlinden, Woodburn
60 Olof Moen, Woodburn
73 Dewey B. Allen, Silverton
9 Earl J. Adams, Silverton
20 Ludwig S. Moe, Silverton
5 David A. Drydcn, Woodburn B2
42 Sam E. Sballer, Woodburn '
OF POLK COUNTY
Order In Which They Will Be
Called for Service
Last Thursday the second draft lot
tery was hold at Washington, this one
being to determine he order numbers of
the newly registered young men. who
had reached the age of 21 during the
past year. The numbers, as applying to
Polk county, taken from the lists pub
lished in the newspapers, and not offi
cial, are as follows; the first numbe?l
given being .the order of liability of
service, and the last the serial number
of the registrant:
1 Bay G. Grounds, B 1, Independ
S-Mjouie Kimber Brown, Airlio, 29.
3 Floyd W. William, Monmouth, 17.
4 Kaspor E. Keiger, B 1, Salem, 74
5 Eddie Van Santon, E 1, Sak!in 57.
6 Jacob Klasen, Dallas, 76.
7 Irvin O. White, McCoy, 78.
8 Eobt. C. Dent, B 1, Salem, 87.
9 Raymond Way, Monmouth, 4.
10 Edw. W. Oliver, Monmouth, 70.
11 Gordon W. Sammons, Falls City
12 Arthur Baldwin, Falls City, 65.
13 Clarence C. Kinscy, B 2, Dallas
14 John H. Becker, Independence 72
15 John D. Edigor, Bickreall, 61.
16 James W. Siddall, Airlw, 51.
17 Harrel Dickey, Sheridan, 63.
18 Jennings B. Lorence, Monmouth,
39 Victor Olson, E 1, Salem 84.
20 Ernest D. Heisington, E 1, Mon
21 Lloyd Simkins, B 1, Salem 66.
22--J. Bolton Stinnett Bickreall, 16.
23 Bert Hurd, Suver, 82.
24 Johnny H. Keller, Jr. Dallas, 55.
25 Jaines L. Hunter, Falls City, 33
26 J.osso M. Peebles, Salem, 56.
27 Samuel J. Chapman, E 2, Salem,
28 Eoyniond A Boyer, Bickreall, 13
. 29 Warren D. McPherren, Falls Citv,
30 Grankiin B. Williamson, Airlie, 64
31 Wilford M. Bancroft, Falls City
32 Haivey C Brown, B 1, Dallas 69.
33 Guy Hunuicutt, Independence 35
34 Boscuo W. Clarke, B 1, Salem 62.
35 Ehvin W. Evans, Bickreall, 18.
36 Virgil Block, 54.
'37 Clyde E. Tillcry,,Bailston, 81.
38 Warren pickinson, Dallas, 39.
39 Hallett Thompson, Falls City, 30.
49 Albert W. iBchindler, E 2, Salem
41 Dolbert Springsteen, Dallas, 25,
42 Leo Contiion, Airlie, 58.
43 Herman P. VjhWell, E 1, Dallas
44 Floyd M. Harris, Falls City, 31
45 Elof Nelson, Dallas, 2.
46 Alfred J. Coon, Dalas, 77.
47. Delmer Versteeg, B 1, Salem 46
48 John Kron, B 1, Salem, 8.
49 Samuel A. Colins, Fals City, 67,
50 Harry Oberson," Independence,
51 Leo McKinsey, Independence,
52 Jired J. Kayaer, Dallas, 7.
53 Edward L. Preston, Dallas, 27.
54 Ernest Lettcken, Monmouth, I
55 Victor F. Lynch, E 2, Salem, 52.
56 J. D. Smith, Dallas, 6.
57 Harry Yocom, E 1, Amity, 24.
58 Ellis Breednn, Airlie, 14.
59 Glen C. Smith, Independence 71.
60 Dolph Bevens, Airlie, 19.
61 James F. McNeils, Buena Vista,
62 Peter C. Beoimer, Dallas, 37.
63 Earl J. Farmer, Amity, 36.
64 Ora Hinkle, Monmouth, 64.
65 Harold J. Haley, Monmouth, 85.
Van B. Sears, Ballston, 83.
67 Wayne Hanna, Independence.
68 Laird M. Lindcrman, Monmouth
69 Vern Olsip, Dallas, 15.
70 Fred Scholl, Monmouth, 26.
71 Ivan Buell. Falls City, 31.
72 Edwin Zeigler, Fals City, 53.
73. Gale Troxel, Falls City, 43.
74 Gilbert Stalings, Independence
80. . ..
75 Ammon I'itzer, Dallas, 23.
76 Bay E. Barker, B 1, Ralcm, 21.
77 Lee Bevnolds, Falls City, 75.
78 Edwin H. Hull, Hoskins, 50.
79 Francis Overton Parker, 47.
80 Carl B. Lowery, Eickwall, 86.
IlLjlUy i UUUII
73. -Isaak Dyck, B 1, Dallas, 60.
-Edwin M. Bradford, B 1, Salem,
83 Lon Gosso, Dallas, 9.
81 Amos Buckner, Bickreall, 20.
85 George N. Vincent McCoy, 5.
80 Paul Buchanan, Independence 42
Good Races Yesterday
at State Fair Grounds
Captain Maekowmed and driven by
Fred Woodcock, of Forest Grove, won
at the Independence Day races at the
state fair track yesterday afternoon,
whon he captured the frae-for-all pace.
Captain Mack ' was climbing against
such steppers as Frances J., Helen Mis
tie too and Daisy D, and he made the
two heats in 2:10 and 2:09. This is
good time for tho first race of tho year.
The track was in the fastest shape yet,
however, and the weather was perfect
for some real racing.
One feature was thfl celebration by A.
Grant of his 74th birthday, driving Mb
own horso, Frances J., in the free-for-all
H. Glerlnan's Guy Light, from Port
land, took the 2:15 pace, but ho had to
go the whole three heats to beat Teddy
Ham nnd the the Maid. Comploto, owned
by Tom Hbwitt, also ot J'ortlanrt, took
the free-for-all trot In straight heats,
making them both in 2:1914.
T. L. Davidson, driving his own lit
tle Salem colt, Bonaray; copped off tho
2:18 trot, Lena Bond taking second
money and Ora Bond third monoy. In
the free-for-all trot Wodcock piloted
Howitt's Complete to victory. ,
t All of the nags competing yesterday
were scheduled to step the Pacific
Northwest circuit this fall, and splen
did finishes indicated much better form
than is usually shown at thig stage in
The summary follows:
2:15 paoe, and trot, best two in threo
Teddy Ham (Davidson) 1 3 2
The Maid (Schultz) - 2 2 3
Tilamook Kid (Mauzey) 4 4 4
Guy Light (Glcnman) 3 ..l 1
Time, 2:29 ; 2:20; 2;19.
2:18 trot, bost two in three heats
Bonaray (Davidson) 1 2 1
Ora Bond (Witt) 2 3
Lena Bond (Woodcock) 3 1 2
Time, 2:22'2; 2:29 ; 2:22 .
Freo for-all paco, best two in thre.9
Captain Mack (Woodcock) 1 1
Daisy D (Witt) 2 2
Frances J (Grant) ..rr. 4 4
Heln Mistletoe (Kirkland) 3 3
Time 2:10; 2:09.
Free-for-all trot, best twe in three
B. & M. (Mauzey) 3 2
Or,"gana (Davidson) .2 3
Completo (Woodcock) 1 1
Time. 2:1!)',; 2:19.
OR RUN DOWN
by chronic op acute throat ana lung
troubUs which often decrease etticlemjy
and menadfl Hft itself, try
This !b a Calcium rrpratlon posiwia.
d of nrarkad tonto value In addition to
Its remedial nuulillea. contains no Al
cohol, Nareotlo or liaolt-Forming Diuk.
$2 lize, now $1.50. $1 size, now 80c.
I'rlce Include) war tax. All druggl?.
Eckman Lahoratory. Phlladi-lnnla
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APPEARIXO AT THE OBEGOT SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Many Norwegian ' .
Washington, July 5. Twenty Norwe
gian vessels, totalling 20,833 gross tons
have been lost through U-boats and
mi a"? during Juno, oficinl cables to the
legation hero staed. Thirty one men are
missing, all supposed to be lost.
lho price of milk has advanced again
and we'll put up, just the same, for
the sake of the babies, but by Heck, if
the Btrcet car company advances its
fares another red penny, we '11 walk cal
louses on the soles of our foot before
we'll pay it.
A New Suit
if they Rip
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THIIi C. HAYWARD
Geliing Ready For
During the Jast faw dax workmen
liave been busy erecting a large tont
for evangelistai strvicea on tho vacant
lot on Court street opposite the post
tffke. The tent is the same ono whieh
Kvangelist Hayward had with him last
year and which ho had pitched in Ma
rion Square. But several important
ivhangm have been mndo in the person-
neu ot the company. Associated with
Mr. Hayward this year is Rev. L. K.
Dickson, a prominent evangelist amonz
ithe Seventh Day Adventists, nnd a
pleasing Sanger, lie will Bhare with Mr.
llaywaw the burden of the speaking,
and this, with some addition to the
force of personal workers, makes the
Vionipany much, stronger than last year.
me opening service on next Sunday
toix'ht will be a patriotic one of special
'music, flag ceremony, nnd patriotic ad
flng drill, Kings Valley children: ora-
j'uhmi'h. The lectures of those men will
iontimio every night for two weeks or
moro and will cover many interesting
'queations of the war and the propho-
cies, as well as doctrinal and revival
subjects. And the strong demand which
was made for tho return of this com
pany cf popular liible lecturers be
speaks for them a large hearing again
The official committoo prepared the
following program. IVrenoon, music, In
(lepondtuwe orchestra; America, audi
ence; solo. Mrs. Claire Draine, Tnde
pendonceij reading, Declaration of In
de.pendcmico; chorus, Kings Valley;
flug drill, pings Valley children; ora
tion of the day, Dr. II. C. Dunwmore,
Independence, The afternoon was giv
en over to foot racing, three logged
ratca, hobblo and old man's racing,
"raji? rwecs, ijnllow fighting and nail
driving conitests. A mock marriage
ceremony and fortuno telling added to
the merriment of the day. Independ
ent o people foundl Kings Valley a
beautiful little place nesting antioiig
tho hills, a garden spot filled to over
flowing with congenial and whole soul
ed peiiiplo. Tho celebration was under
tho nuRpicffl of the Independence Dus
iness Men's League and they will bo
gted to welcome another opportunity
to shako Jiamd with Kings Valley. Bo
'Hides well filled dinner baskets, the
Rod Cross ladies of the Valloy did
much to make the day pleasant, dis
poning their appetizing rot'rcshincnts.
Tho Wells K?lan celebrated their an
'mini reunion at the city park hero this
week. It was held at this time to cole
brato the home coming of R. F. Wells,
a lumberman from Modesto, Col., who
hnd been absent 18 years, end Klbert
Wolls, lano'ther lumbermnn from the
Tmperial Valley, also Clifford Wells,
son1 of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Wells of
this city. He is a youthful airman sta
tioned at Jersey City and mauo tne
trip acroM the continent to be preyent
at .tho gathering. Mis. Sura 'oll Col
lins1 of Dallas, age 6.'), enjoyed tho
dintiw.tinn of being tho oldcut inoin
ber of the family present. The young
est member of the connection present
was Oshcl Bcvciu), ago 6. At tlinucr 47
gathered around tho table to enjoy a
renti bofore-the-war repast. The rela
tives presemt were: Mis. Sara Wells
Collins of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Wells and
'children, Roy, Lmwremce and Genevieve
of llalcy and Elbert of Imperial , Val
loy, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1 Wells and sons
Perry and Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Ks
tin Kevins and daughter, Othel, Sir.
unit Mrs. P.P. Ground and con Koy,
rair. and Mrs. O. A. Wells and daugh
ters Alma and Etta nnd son Clifford of
Jersey Ciity, Mr. and Mrs. John E.
Wello and daughter Lcona of Portland,
Mr., and Mrs. It. ! Wtdls, Jr., and
(TaugKters, Marcelliue, Josophino and
Mabel of Modesto, Cul. Among friends
prewnt wero Mrs. Sara C. Young, Mrs.
01yie Ethor, Mrs. Ooo. Oonkoy, Mrs.
V. A. Kearth, Mrs. I. IT. Ingram, Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Mfllnughlin, Rev. and
Mrs. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. NmU of
'Buena Vista, Misses Cla Dickinson,
Opal Heiwctit and Dorothy Paddock. !
Mrs, Kd Wunder is currying mail on
rural route No. 2 this week. She is the I
first woman here to fill a job like this i
but declares she lik.es it and finds the
work pleasant She is relieving her
huband while he takes hii atinuul va
cation. Miss Pearl Pereival is here from
Ijouitenaiit Ivaa Laughary visited
hi hne folks here this week.
Mark Hanna was visiting hero from
Portland this week.
Fay Dunsmore is home from Falls
Mr. and Mrs. John Wcllfl returned to
Portland1 thig week.
Mrs. Pain Pomeroy nnd son of Ca-
pt a rcsultdriMirWantAd in
L. K. DICIvSON
mas, Wash., are visiting her .mother,
Mrs. S. E. Owen-
Frank Wells and family left this
week for thqjr home in Modesto, Cal.
E. -L. Townseud and daughter, Fran
ces, visited in Portland this week.
Mrs. P. Gibson of Seattle is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. D. Goadniaa of rortland is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Max Goldman
Hobart Diikson is in Independence
this week". Ho has re-enlisted in th3
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Krahmer and
family of Gaston spent Sunday with
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. I' Thomas. '
R. R. DeArmaud, former cashier of
Independence National bank, came
down from Vale this week ,to assist in
tihn bank a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wasserluck and chil
dren of San Francisco are visiting rel
atives in the citv.
Mrs. Geo. Parker of Fort Sill, Okla.,
who has been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Cooiper, received
message Tuesday from her husband.
Major Parker, saying he had been or
dered overseas. Mrs. Parker loft at once
for Fort Sill. She will accompany her
husband to the port of embarka
tion and then return to Independence
to tipend a while with relatives.
Abe Becker went to Portland this
week and enlisted in the naval reserv
es. Mrs. John Walton, who has been vis
iting her niec.o, Mrs. Jeter Virgin, left
Wednesday for her home in Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wood, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Wood and Mr. and Mrs,
Claude Skinner motored ,to Newport
'this week. .
J. W. Hik'hnrdson hag moved to Port
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dunigan have
gone to Camas, Wash., when) they will
mnke their home.
Miss Madaline Krca'mcr visited rel
atives in Portland this week,
E. Brady and1 family have moved,
liero from, San Frnncisco. lie. is em
ployed by the Standard Oil Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green and Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Green of Cottage Grove
visited here this week.
And All Kinds of 2nd Hand
Fall Market Prices Bpoclal
Prices paid for Backs.
Get our prices before you Bell.
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