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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON - FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 191$.
refund money if it fails. 25c
LATEST MAP OF BIG ALLIED ARMY OFFENSIVE
Envoys In Holland
Today and Tomorrow
First Time Shown Here
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"From Ouer There"
General Pershing's Official Report
Washington, Aug. 2. General Per
shing's casualty list today, one of the
largest thus far reported, totalled 238,
Killed in action 42; died of wounds
48; wounded severely 126; dead of dis
ease 7; died of accident and other
rauses 7; missing in action 6; wounded
degree undetermined, 2.
The list was featured by the heavy
losses noted from Pottsville, Pa.
Killed In Action
Captain W. C. Giarty, Philadelphia
M. Dunbar, Walnut, N. C.
U. W. Held, North Windham, Me.
H. K. Jones, Meade, Kan.
J. A. Pigue, Nashville, Tenn.
J f! Smith Rnitinatpr V
Tt. H. Turner, Statesville, N. C.
J. J. Driscoll, Clifton Spings, N. Y.
H. J. Kiernan, Sheepshead Bay, N.Y.
H. T. Newman, South Manchester,
A. G. Pappas, Ipswich, Mass.
E. K. S'tofilet, Al'burtis, Pa.
xl. li. Hayes, f'hnt, .Mien.
J. Mueller, Andulasa, Pa.
Bugler R. Poreellit, Fayettcville, N.
W. P. Atkins, New Brighton, Pa.
B. Anito, Dotroit. Mich.
1C. D. Bannister, Culnming, Oa.
W. .T. Rnuhof, Philadelphia
J. C. Bolton, Schuylkill, Pa.
l'.. .1. xSusiiwell, Ihmmore, Pa. '
8. W. Gorman, Brooklyn, N. Y.
M. D. MilghBin, Watertown, 8. D.
W. D. Kaync, Jr., New York
R. Koppliu, Jr., Webster Grove, Mo.
F. Kutch, Pottsville,-Pa,. - ...,t v.
.T. H. ..each. Ohartp-strm. W. Vft.
J. Lcvanovitch, Oliphant, Fa.
C Link, Thomasville, N. C.
F. D. McGee, Lincoln, Neb.
Q. Maxfield, Rochester, N. H.
E. C. Monger, Caney, Kan.
' A. W. Morris, Minorsville, Pa.
A. M. Mullerschorn, Philadelphia
J? . js. u 'Weill, .fhilaaejpnia
' H. S. Porter, Higgnnum, Conn.
J. E. Rabineau, Richmond, Va. i
R. R. Richardson, San Francisco - .
W. H. Rotan, Baltimore, Md.
H. C. Wayne, Custer, 111.
C Wohlfeld, Frankfort, Ind.
G. Younginger, Belleville, N. J.
Died of Wounds
Major L. Fanell, Fort Snelling, Minn
R. H.. Back, Vancouver, Wash.
J. D. Basey, Trion, N. C.
' H. E. Bonsall, Pernassus, Pa.
E. B. Clark, Weld on, N. C.
A. P. Conovcr, Keyport, N. J.
C. A. Lewis, Burmmgham, Ala.
Sergeant J. Suba, Indiana Harbor,
B. J. Kenison, Segoba Lake, Me.
C. McGlothen, Sheldon, Iowa
E. L. Mann, Holyoke, Mass.
C. J. Began, Charlestown, Mass.
H. H. n.ierman, Calais, Me.
G. 8owersby, New Troy, Mich.
W. B. Acldes, Red Oak, Iowa
F. Allie, West Duluth, Minn.
A. Anocfriata, Lawrence, Mass.
C. W. Ash, Montborne, Wash.
R. Benjamin, Derry Village, N. H.
S. Benson, Long Island City, N. J.
F. Berkofski, Eynon, Pa.
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A. Brooks, North Adams. aMss.
' C. E. Brown, Lebanon, Ind.
W. J. Callahan, Woburn, Mass.
L. Coleman, Petersburg, Ind.
W. H. Collins, Cairo, Ga.
S. L Cummings, Carnegie, Pa.
A. A. Duke, Dozier, Ala.
J. M. Fitzpatrick, Somerville, Mass.
J. M. Flanagan, Bristol, Conn.
E. F. Geliske, Kingston, Mich.
C. E. Lansnar, Ashbury Park, N. J
H. H. Milliken, Freedom, N. H.
E. Nickerson, Provineotown, Mass.
P .E. Noel, Oskaloosa, Iowa
W. A. Peterson, Manchester, N. H."
L D. Pureell, Red Oak, Iowa
R. Rekowski, Naugatuck, Conn.
F. J. Renschler, New Haven, Conn.
J. H. Scott, Alexis, 111.
D. Simpson, Chillicothe, Ohio
J. Ulan, Norwich, Conn.
4 E. Walker, Columbia City, Ind.
J. L. Walrod, Fulton, Kans.
J. M. Walron, Ireland.
G. C. White, Mountain Homo, Ark.
A. L. Wright, Fort Dodge, Iowa
Died of Disease
Lieutenant L Spiegleberg, Now York
Civilian J. O'Brien, Deriddcr, Iowa
L. Gilder, BeaumonJ, Texas
W. H. Grant, Blond, Ark.
J. A. Hill, Newborn, N. C.
0. Murphy, Comfort, N. C.
T. B. Smith, Palestine, Ark.
Died from Accident and Other Causes
Captain P. E. Betowski, Waverly,
G. Borgford, Clallam Bay, Wash.
0. Cronin, Pittsburg, Pa.
E. Gardner, St. Charles, Mo.
W. G. Green, Boston, Mass.
P. Lucro, El Paso, Texas
H. E. Wadsworth, Portland, Or.
Wounded Severely Included -
Coporal G. .ByciV Los Angeles .
Privates- '' , " .
J- L. Byerg, Spencer, Iowa
C. R. Cain, Shclton, Wash.
P. H. Dalporto, San Francisco
W. E. Dubuc, Lewiston, Idaho
"J. Gnowcock, Elkhorn, Neb.
J. S. Kizier, Chicagoi
C. Scanlan, Contralia, Wash. .
Missing in Action
Lieutenant S. E. McKeown, Fort Col
lins, Colo. i
Previously repoted missing, now re
Private V. R. Davis, Ekalaka, Mont.
ALLIED GAINS TODAY
(Continued from page one)
view of the American troops at the It
alian front, telegraphed General Per
shing as follows:
"The king is filled with admiration
at the splendid bearing of the first Am
erican troops who haw arrived in Italy.
The Italian army w proud to share the
fortunes Of war with them."
Further Progress Made.
Paris, Aug. 2. (Noon.) Further al
lied progress in the Soissons-Rhiems sa
lient during the night was announces
by the French war office today:
"North of the Marno the French pro
gressed during the night," the com
King Sees War Views.
With The Italian Armies, Aug. 2.
King Victor Emmanuel today viewed
motion pictures taken en various fronts
and received a personal message from
King Georg,-). Three British motor lor
ries have arrived here to show the It
alian armies what British transport ser
vice is doing on other fronts.
DON'T FOOL WITH THESE
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Never so completely in her element
as wh.?n surrounded by mystery and
suspense, Mabel Normand is the central
figure in another Goldwyn drama said
celebrated "Dodging a Million." The
second production in wiuen Miss Aor
mnn.i U starred hv Goldwvn bears th,9
interesting title of "The Floof Be
low." It will be shown at the Liberty
tneatcr again louay aua luuiurruw.
THEY'RE ALL HAPPY
VEGETABLES AND FRUITS SHOULD BH
SOWED RttOKUIMOTO COLOR. ,5IZt
NP RIPENESS TO HCCQ.U I K E
VsgetobleK and fruit to be proper
ly (Lried mint b properly handled.
Our free book telling how tent for
two cents to pay pottage by applying
to the National War Garden Commission,
London, Aug. 1. Foreign Minister
Yon Kuchliunnn and former Chancellor
jn ethman-Hollweg are rumored to
have appeared in Holland, the Mail an
Th- newspaper pointed out this may
possibly mean the renewal of the Ger
man peace offensive, in connection
with the new open letter of Lord
The mornirfg papers are unanimously
ui. sympathetic with Lansdowne's Alti
tude. The Daily Mail, anti-government,
ioes not comment, but the Xorthcliffe
press beverely denounces the letter.
"Lansdowne's now epistle will do no
thing but mischief," tho News said.
"When Lansdowne has persuaded the
kaiser and Uindenburg to return to
Germany and pay for the damage they
have done, then peace can be talked
about. Tho allies and the British stamd
firmly by Wilson, saying 'tho agony
must not ha gone through again.' "
The other newspaper comment includ
ed; Sketch "Ho ought to have addressed
his letter to the kaiser."
Express "Lansdowne declares tho
present is an opportune moment to ne
gotiate peace. He is mistaken. It is
opportune to nogotiate with the sword."
Graphic "For tho present, his utter
ances will lead to nothing."
Chronicle ' ' He wants us to stato bed
rock terms. We doubt that Lansdowne,
if buying a house, would tell the abso
lute top price ho would givo."
WHERE THE ALLIES ARE HEMMING IN CLOSER The allies have advanced in the direction of arrow (1), cap
turing Villemontoire, and at arrow (2) captured tho rnilroad center of OuK-hy-le-Chateau. Assaults at arrow (3)
L captured Rcuil and Savarges farm. Americans probably were engaged here.
A German counter attack west of Rhciins, in tho direction of arrow (4) retook Mery-Prcmecy, won by tho Franco
British forces the 'previous day. -
The solid line represents the present fighting zono, the dash lin.0 tho front at the beginning of the allied eounter
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every day. The man or woman with
weak kidneys is half crippled. A lame,
stiff back, with its constant, dull ache and
sharp, shooting twinges, makes the simplest
task a burden and a full day's work im
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ead These Salem Cases:
Have you been fooled by the po
tato pen myth? .Widespread atten
tion has been attracted by the state
ment that as high as 42,000 bushels
of potatoes per acre may be grown
by planting them in crater or pens,
as shown in the picture. The plan
- has been tried by many individuals
with discouraging results. No less
authority than to Potato Magazine
declares that 'the pens tried at the
Arlington, Va., farm of the United
States Department of Agricutlure
produced results so small as to be
almost negligible. The same author
ity cites experiments by the Can
adian Government, with a planting
of 42 pounds of seed and a yield of
81 pounds four ounces of market
able potatoes. The National War
Garden Commission of Washington,
D. C, urges war gardeners not to
waste time and money on this ex-Deriment
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