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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.
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WAR EXPERT SAYS
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boa why the kaiser himself hag been
torced publicly to acKnowledgo in his
latest 'proclamation tho presence of the
Americans- Ilia declaration that the
Germans "do not fear the numerical
superiority" of the Americans is the
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Don t overlook the fact that we are among the lar
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vindicate Her Honor
4?he ras young and beaufiful and devil-may
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j suspicion for theft. She was friendless and
'undefended. Suddenly she plunged head-
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face to face with RomanceThiS is a story of
love and joyous laughter that is all the more err
uung Decause it again oners
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most damaging admission that has been
wrung from the Prusian war lords since
they forced America into tho conflict.
(Prom the kaiser's early assurances that
America's military strength would nev
er reach serious proportions to the re
cont acknowledgement that America
already has a "numerically superior
ity" is a sad comparison of prediction
Something has happened to German
public opinion gince Von Hindenburg 's
rotreat from the Marne. Tho natuo of
the Marne carries as much depression
in morale for the Germans as it stimu
lates the French. The Germans have
undoubtedly been searching for the
now element in the allies' offensive
program which turned Germany's sec
ond Marne adventure into a smashing
defeat. The only new factor in the
situation is the presence of the. Ameri
cans. It is, therefore, reasonable to
assume that during the last fortnight
the effectiveness of America's military
aid has 'been very widely discussed in
Germany with depressing etiect,
Hence. the kaiser has now been forced
to recogniao America's presence on the
per basket 35c
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Troops Have Already Been
Dispatched fo Russian
By Robert J. Bender
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, Aug. 1. The grct pro
gram for allied aid for Eussia is defi
lately under way.
Quietly, without any official an
nouncement to dato, the United States,
Japan and England have despatched
troops to'Vladivoatok and more will ar
rive from colonial possessions' near by.
Japan has agreed to the American
planor economic aid, supported by a
force to protect allied Interests while
the program is being put into effect.
Official announcement of this whole
project awaits only final word 4-om Ja
pan on several minor points.
They Raise 'Em That
By Prank J. Taylor
(United Press staff correspondent)
With the American Army in Franco
Juno 18, (By mail) He was a lad
who had grown up in the woods of
some western state, and ho knew ev
erything about hunting and trapping.
His ability to crawl around in the grass
without being seen was uncanny.
Early in the game ho started crawl
ing through tho barbed wire into jno
Man's Land, and pretty soon he had
visited all .the outposts of the "Hein-
jies' 'near, lying hidden near them
j until lie got ready to come back.
One day he reported, to the lieuten
ant in charge of his "P.C."
"Gimme a man who can crawl
around with me, and we'll take that
nest of Heinieg out there single hand-,
ed." he said-
j They told him he -wag crazy, and any-1
way they didn't have another man who
could crawl around the way ho could,
i He was disappointed. Finally he said
"Well, gimme a chap who can under
stand that Heinie chatter, and we'll
go out and listen to them. We can get
all the information you want." j
battle front. In his usual melodram-J
atie manner he assures the Germans I
that they needn't fear America's "nu-!
merieal superiority," trying to create
the impression that the "numerical
superiority" exis (north of tho
north of the Marne didn't have to 1
depend on superior numbers to win. i
Wlmn their "numerical superiority " ,
rea'lv does be?in to exist, the kaiser j
will know it. He will have to issne his
proclamations from the other side o'.
10 PROVIDE FOR
Congressman May Harry
Back And Bega Work On
New Draft Law.
Washington. Aug. 1. Congressmen
may hasten baek to Wa.nton before
tie end oi their w.a to eegia wrk
on legislation that w:ll prev.dj an' en
Military leaders in the senate favor
such action and Senatjr Cuitis, Kan
sas, republican "whip'-'. propose! iv
sa'Kg a rally call to ida'Dft of his
pa-iy, to return heie
tnder the recess pU:i, jegula- busi
ness may be resumed should a quorum
give its unammons consent.
Senators it. Washirjtja believe that
the eict ages to be fixed by the draft
are less important than enacting the
necessary legislation promptly.
Senatorial opinion inc hies to the
ages of 20 to 40 as he proper figure
Some "'big army" aiivo -ates insist that
18 to 4o would be b-ttor. Another class
believes that 45 or Lli would be high
enough and Secret. .r- Taker, according
to tho congrcssioiia belief, favors the
An army of .".i.' 0 000 men at least
finds favor wi'h the vast majority.
Others favor ";!.e sky as tho limit"
and quote th p.esident's "why stop
at five million "
Even slun Kl the most conservative
changes be enacted in the age limit,
an army ef well over fivo million eould
be provided easily.
Already, im hiding July quotas, more
than 3 200,000 men are enrolled in the
armies of the United States. Of this
number two million approximately have
bee.i drafted. The rest are volunteers.
Under tho present draft law, 641,128
men may bo added to thesa figures,
bringing the total ta approximately
3,875,000. To these may be added the
volunteers of the regular army.
To increase the total armed forces
to 5,000,000 would require in round
figures 1.125,000 men to bo drawn from
the new draft
(Continued from page one)
O. Green, Meridian, Miss.
W. Icheln, Lockhart, Minn.
W. S. O'Keefe, Everett, Mass.
Ii. J. Ward, Lowville, N. Y.
Died of Aeroplane Accident
Lieutenants A. S. Huntington, Bur
J. J. Mason, Pittsburg, Pa.
Died from Accident and Other Causes
Captain G. W. Warseba, Perth Am
Lieutenants J. W. Hohcnberge, Wt
tumpka, Ala. '
F. B. Sanders, Chesterfield, S. C
Mochanio E. G. Kenoe, Solway, N.Y.
Trivate J. Hannula, Finland
Wounded Severely Included
Lieutenant J. L. Roberts, Idaho
P. L. Baker, Ogdon, Utah
A. J. Bortrand, Bed Lodgo, Mont.
P. E. Dunn, Livingston, Mont.
E. V. George, Gecilvdlle, Cal.
. Missing in Action
Trivato B; C. Freshour, Uipon, Cal.
Washington, Aug. 1 Marine casual
ties reported today totaled five, divid
ed as follows:
Died of wounds 3; wounded sevorely
Tho list follows:
Died of Wounds
Sergeant 3. J. McAmis, Covington,
Ky- . . . .-
Privates E. A. Evans, UichmonO, va.
J. O. Cowl, Leon, Iowa
VrAviniialv renortod killed ill action,
now reported wounded in action:
Private K. V. iuestior, cypress, j.u.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
One Cereal That
Needs Mo Sugar
Grape-Nuts needs no sugar!
Unlike most cereal foods it contains its own
natural sweetening, obtained through the
famous Grape-Nuts process from the wheat
and barley from which it is made.
This natural sweet is the starch of the grain
changed into a healthful, life-giving sugar.
This change is brought about by the fer
ment, diastase, in barley malt, and by long
baking. The result is a wonderful food,
easy to digest, abundantly sweet in its own
right, nourishing, economical
Many Revolutionists Arrested
And Embassy Heavily
Copenhagen, Aug. 1. Field Marshal
Von EiehUom, assassinated in Kieff,
Ukraiuia, was the victim of a wide
spread plot to kill him and five other
leading Germans and Hetman Skoropad
sky, of Ukrainia, according to advices
here today. '. ,
Many revolutionists have been arrest
ed. German officers in Kieif are now
heavily guarded. The Hetman baa ex
pressed his regrets to German Ambassa
May Recall Minister
Amsterdam, Aug. 1. Germany con
templates , recalling ambassador Von
Mumm from Ukraine and handing pass
ports to the Ukrainian ambassador to
Berlin, due to tho situation arising from
the assassination Of German General
von Lichhoru, it was learned today.
Foreign Secretary Von Hintz conferred
at Wngtk with the Ukrainian ambassa
Typhoid in Bulgaria
Amsterdam, Aug 1. A serious epidemic
of typhoid has broken out in Bulgniia,
according to travelers from that country
The army medical service is said to
have collapsed and faliulous salaries
have been offered doctors from other
The departure from the country of
King Fordinand is alleged to have been
due to two cases of typhoid in the royal
Amsterdam, Aug. 1. Czficho-Slovak
troops have captured Ekaterinburg, ac
cording to a Moscow dispatch mcwo
bv wav of Borlin.
Ekaterinburg, on the Asiatic side of
the Ural mountains, 170 miles southeast
of Perm, is the place whore the former
czar is reported to have been executed.
At tho time of his death the Czecho
slovaks wor.e reported to be approach
ing the city.
Lord's Prayer Could
Not Pass This Censor
Washington, Aug 1. A well known
senator annoys his colleagues, some-
timna Viecniigiv in his desire to make
legislation thoroughly good, io insists
on many amendments. During discus
sion in committee recently, this senator
whose name is not Brown, insisted on
amending and amending, practically
Finally somewhat exasperated, a col
league said to him. 'Brown, I believe
if the Lord's Prayer were being discus
sed here, you would want to amend it."
"Yes, I would. I would change the
clause 'Lead us not into temptation,'
to read Give us strength to resist
Ten Per fant Inwase
In Wages Of Employes
Won; Vnrlc. Anir. 1. A 10 Tier CCnt
increase in wages at manufacturing
plants of tho United States steel cor
poration was annouucod today by E. II.
The following statement was issued:
"The finance committee of the Un
ited States Rteel corporation, after
due consideration, has unanimously
voted to increase tho wage rates of
day labor at the manufacturing plant3
about 10 per cent, to bo effective Aug
ust 1 proximo. Other wage rates will bo
equitably adjusted except in caseA
where advance have beon made recent
ly. Coal mining companies nro net in
cluded. Their employes heretofore re
ceived similar advances."
and Save Sugar!
IS THE CTECtriT COUBT
Of the State of Oregon for Marion
A. E. Mmk. jpkintiff vs. William
T. Matlock and Lodema A. Matlock,
To William T. Matlock, thdk above
la .the name of Mas state of Oregon;
You are required and summoned to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against yon and Lodema A. Matlock
in the above entitled action on or be
fore six weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons, and
if you fail to answer within said time,
for want thereof the pSaintiff will
take judgment against you for the sum
of $121.02 and 8 per cent per annum
interest thereon from October 13, 1915,
and S per cent perannum interest on
$20000 from June 29, 191S, until Octo
ber 13, 1915, and for thirty dollars at
torney fees and for plaintiff's oosts
and disbursements herein expended.
This summons is served on you by
publication in ithe Capital Journal pur
suant to an order therefor duly made
and entered ia the above entitled act
ion by the Hon. Percy R. Kelly, judge
of the above entitled court, on the
6th day of July, 1913. The order pro
vides that the summons shall ba pub
lished once each week for six weeks,
and the dato of the first publication
is July 11, 1918.
Tho address of plaintiff 's attorney
is A. K. Mock, 203 Brawn Bldg., Eu
A. K. MECK,
8-22 Attorney for Plaintiff.
IN THE CIKCUIT OOUBT
Of the State of Oregon for Marion
A. K. Mock, plaintiff vs. William T
JUtlock, defendant, Summons:
To William T. Matlock, the above
In the name of the state of Oregon;
Xou are required and summoned to Bp
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled act
Ion on or before six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this
summons, and If you fail to answer
within said time, for want thereof the
plainitiff will take judgment against
you for the sum, of $28.12 and interest
thereon a the rate of 10 per cent per
annum from May 8, 1917, and lor the
further sum of $25.00 attorney fees.
and for plaintiff's eosts and disburse
ments herein expended.
This summons is served on you by
publication in the Capital Journal pur
rfiaat to an ordor therefor duly made
(alem Electrio Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North Higk .
DBS. B. IL. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
BeTve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican sclu-ol of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 U. 8, Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Eesidence, 1820
Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White Bos.
Men's clothes, shoos, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles gums, rifles, revolvers, suit
casus, trunks, camoras, typewriters
and furniture Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493. 8-3.
SALEM BCAVENGER Charles Bool
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of nl)
kinds removed on monthly contracti
at reasonable rates. Yard and ee
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Kcsidcnce Main 2272.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, O. C. W. B. UU
son, K. B. & S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Oarr.p No. 5248,moets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. B. f. Day, V, C. J. A.
SALEM HUH IAIN is BUUXETY D. D.
Keel or, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. AH eases of eruelty or neg
lect of dumb snimals should be re
ported to the secretary for investi
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1300,
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High' Bt.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St-,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4tb St. Phone 1430M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No 84, meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m. In I. O. 0. F.
hall. Norma L. Tcrwllliger. M, A.;
O. A. Vibbert, secretary, 340 Ow
B. F. I UTTEB, DENTIST, BOOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Phnns (iOfi 11-4
DR. CARL MILLER. Dentist, Room
414 Bank of Commerce bldg. Phone
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
eorner Commercial and Trade street
Bills patl' monthly in advene
and enter e3 in ihe above entitled act
ion by the Hon. Percy E. Kelly, judge
of the above atitld eeurt, oa tiia
6th day of July, 1918. The order pro
vides that the auiraaon dull be pub
fished once eaot week for six w&eks,
and tho date of tho first publication
is July V, 1918.
The address of plaintiff "a attorney
is A. K. Meek, m Brawn Bldg-, Eu
A. K. MECK,
8 22 . Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OP FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby glvn that the fin
al account of T. K. Ford as adminis
trator of the estate of Innocent M.
Stephens, deceased, has been duly fil
ed ia the county court of Marrvn coun
ty, Oregon, and that the 6th day of
August, 1918, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. in. thereof, at the court room of said
court ha been duly fixed s the time
and place for the hearing of objeut
ions to Said final account and the set
tlement thereof, at which time an,
person interested may appear and file
objections thereto end ontest the
same. T. K. FORD,
Administrator of the estate of Itino
cent M. Stephens, deceased. 8-8
The undersigned, administrator of
the estate of itrdinand Mantie, deceaa
ed will 8'.ll for cash, on the 12th day
of July, 1918, and at the hour of l'i
a m. on the farm belonging to sail
estate, near Pratuiu, Oregon, all hors
es, cattle,, farm machiney, harness
wood, automoilrile, gasoline tank ami
other personal property belonging to
said estate. All persons desiring to
purchase any of aid property are in
vited to attend such sale.
Aug. 8 Administrator
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Phillip Carter,
deceased. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified
to present same, properly verified in
the manner provided by law, at the of-,
fice of Donaldi W. Miles, administra
tor for the estate in the city of Sa
lem, Marion county. Oregon, within six
months frem the date of the first pub
lication of this notico.
The first publication of this notice is
mado this 25th day of July, 1918. .
. DONALD W. MILES,
8-22 Administrator, V. S. Bank bldg.
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watches, tools, musical isstrumou'ii
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, sut
cases, trunks, cameras, typewrite s
and furniture. Capital tixchaage, 37
Oourt street. Phono 493.
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