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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON FKIDAY. AUGL'ST 2 1913.
I War Summary of United Prpss li
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The Last Day of the Remnant Store 1-2 Price Sale
read And come Saturday"
My entire stock of Muslinwear such as Ni.",ht Gowns,
Corset Covers, Muslin Underskirts, Combination
Suits, etc., for Saturday. Your Croice
H - PRICE -
m XTRA Xffl
$7.50 Ladies' Hope Muslin All Silk Im-
AU Wool ported Pongee
Sweaters on n on sale Sat.
Sale Saturday - Urday urdav
Slightly Soiled urday
$4.98 - 25c Yard 59c
$5.50 Wool Nap $1.50 Ladies' :i5c all Linen
Blankets. Size Silk Hose on towel On Sale
t c i Sale Saturday Saturday
6-1x76. On Sale '
Saturday- 98c yard. LimJt 10
1 air Pair. Mostly yards to the
$4.69 all colors customer
We sell Buster nCIUIAMT Silk Shirt
Brown Hose L Pi M H II I Waists, just
for the Kiddits STORE Arrived
;$ pairs for V) t Nm.th j298f $3 tJ8(
$1.00 Coimwreial St. $1.98 and $6.50
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! " ii 14Smb Day of the War; 36th Day of Counr Offensive I
, . I ' irin. i be Hrtttft t! of L-Touret. nrtwrt of Nenf Ber-
Pto Task To Mrs. La
"All my friends know an I ran t-li
you that for a lonj t'twf I was almost
i a nervous wreck; an. I this Tanlae las
male suih a wonderful rhanue in tuf
condition that they are simply amazed
at my improvement," said Mrs. Dlia
La l'iaiit, who eondiift a Urge room
ing house at 412 l'tiyallup avenue, TV
"img, Washington, the other day.
"Pur the last twelve yearn," she
continued, "I had been in a terribly
,ar2fl the;r f jhtm front to a iiieteh : quin ai.il e-t uf linfterwtrw. An
of twenty mile b-tween 'uj.-ul river ; eiie-ur a'tark northwest of Hailieuil
ami ( hauin-v Ad litional gain, were (broke dowa.
rrted this moraing t several points.;
The French are a'taeking alonj ii
forty mile front, from K..ye ,outheast-i Aisne-v e!e front The Germans, in
ward to th vicinity of Soisnout. The danger of a "flaukiaa movement from
fiKhtinir. here ha continued without ; Mang-io 's advance aorth of Soiasons,
cessation sini-e Wednesday morning lapiareutiy have begun the prelimin-
Two German counter a'ta-ks north anes for their withdrawal from the
of Albert were repulsed last night. , Vesle northward to the Aivie. Pris-
'oners taken by the American reported
Plander front lirrish troop ad- the Fourth Prussian Guard already has
vanced slightly in three sectors east been taken out. of the line.
runuow-n eon-nnon aim miring mm 'r. i-,i0 U'-.l,
whole time, hardly a dav passed that I ..,.,,
didn't suffer from awful headache I , M,M- l V 01,"' . Rve . "tag party
had no appetite at all and what little ,,or. B,'r. "' tnis eveninj, tae ot
I ft reed down would ferment in my
stomach and distress me for hours. My
kidneys were out of order and worried
me njjiht and day and my nerves wVre
so unstrung that, after goinjr to bid.
an.v little sound, even the rustlinK of
a newspaper, would wake me with a
Meeh. Curtis E. MeQuillcn, Pituhitrg.
Private Amos Deperro, Sykesville.
Pa; Hyman Hilson, Koxbury, Mass; Sid
ney M. Jolon, Oseo, 111; Fred va-pauk,-,
Shawano, Wis: Frederick P.
King, Rutland. Vt; Cliarlc. J. Klein.
easi-m being the anniversary
birth, also his marriage.
Mr". Henry Dahl left yesterday to
join her husband at t-an Pedro, t al.
Miss Frances Bernuui, who has been I Lewistou, Pa: ojseph Krone, Laikawan
living at the home of her grandpar-1 na, X. Y; Walter Ma lenford, Media,
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moher. for i Pa: (ieori.. T. Maxwell. Xewtou Center
srart and it would be some time before the past vear, has returned to her hum I Mass; Joseph Milkewiez, Jersev Citv,
in i.os Angeles. N. J; Albert ( . Snn'h, Danbury, Conn;
Mis. Thurston KeUtagen is visiting Ethan A. Stowe, Snvdef. Okla; Hyman
I'orluand friends this week. iTonkowitz, New York; Erasmo Di'nitto,
Mrs. (I. A. Webb is among the O. A. ! n,,st..n Mo- Ir Foader ..vs,la (1-
R. visitors at Portland thig week.
CContiuued frum page one)
i could drop off to sleep again. I had
a very large house to look after, and
1 was so weak aud miM'rable that a
couple of hours' work would exhaust
ine so that I'd jut have to quit for
the rest of the dav. The fact is:
of sleep and lack of nourishment hail
undermined my nervmis system and I '
as just wearing myself out.
! "I spent all the money 1 bad on me I
b ines and treatment tlint did me no ,
jrood, and 1 had about given up hope'
of ever getting well, when I bewail tO(
read about the (ood Tanlac was doing I
others and I thought I might as well
trv it. Well sir, the way I begun tu pick
up right after atarting on it, surpi is-' 1
even me, tor . P" , ; aIlkworlh Vi
Ihiiim I dli tl lit ex neet Sllill .. , ..
ipiick results. My appelite is just fine
-too fine, the way prices are now
for I tVel hungry most all the time.
now. and I am rid of
ton, form; John Pan iiiczak, Milwaukee
Wis; Mechanic Louis H. Volentine, j
Itrooklvn, X. e. j
1 ......U 1 i t f .
ii'q.'iii i, t futrmtru, oiim; tlioo
Petros Oiilabera. Macedonia. Greece; I, ,
Waiter Bvron McCune, Michigan Citv,
Ind; Kenneth Hckman Price, Burling
ton, X. J; Charles J. Sullivan, Worces
Died from Wounds
Corp. Andrew 0. Tallman, Joliet, 111;
Wagoner John Loyal C'onant, C'oldwat
Privates Charles Oscar Cross, Fair
bault, Minn; Jerry M. Lainphear, Ditk
enttcu, X. l; (ieori;e A. Hullivau, C'ar-
O; Harvey Willie, Caline City,
linuuhi'rtv Oran, Mo; Antonio Dimat-
to, Portland, Me; Walter C.raeff. Potts
i ville, Pa.; Harold .Tnhnsou, Ka mini re,
kidneys don't wirry me at nil , v ; - '
backache. at last. Those arul liemi - '-" ' '
aches are all V-ie. too, which i, Murray kMrnjr, N. ; Tony D- Poten
.,r.,d relief, besides. I sleep all night. HjHtford Conn; trunk M. Hubert,
like a child and feel strong and test 1 honipsonville, Conn; Harold hmil Tan
,.d uhn t trer no in the mornings, that.m'r,
t irr m
Rub them less on wash
boards. The use of
Fels-Naptha soap saves
rubbing. Saves fuel, too;
saves time, saves patience.
At your own grocer's
10 DELIfffi LKIK
intimates It Will Be a Big Task
To Dri?e Enemy Over
CHICAGO MOUSNS CHIEF
An Atlantic Port, Aug. 23. With his
left eye bandaged and his left arm in a
I nit; Leo H. lllanchette, Xorthhampton,
Mas.,; Ralph F. Itodette, Briston, Conn;
Kuu Dinhofer, Xew Y'ork; Herbert W.
t,igi tt, Augusta, Jinn; Joiin m. jen sJing, as the result of contact with a
sen, St. Paul,-Minn; Guy E. Johnson, Cierinau machine gun, Floyd Ciibbons,
K. Peru, Me; Oscar O. Kurtz, Rossville, correspondent in France for tho Chicago
Ind; John OVhea, Chicago; Kdward A. Tiibune. arrived here today aboard a
Platkin, Brooklyn, X. Y; Klbert L. Scott French liner. He said he had heaid
r.ureka, Ala; Adam E. Smith, Kenda- nothing about a crois de guerre, which
nier, i'otlsville, cable dispatches i
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ONE. DOLLAR DID I
A Mack Sennett Comedy
They're Alwajs Good
"HER BLIGHTED LOYE''
I don't mind al nil, the work 1 Have
to do in looking nfter a sixty two room
house full of people. My father is now
taking Tanlac and says he is jnt feel
Tanlac is sold in Hubbard by Hub
bard P-rug Co.. in Mt. Angel by Ucn
Hooch, la Gervnis by John Kelly, In
Turner by II. P. Cornelius, In Wood
burn bv Lyman H. Shorey. in hnlein
by Or. S. C. Stone, In Hilverton by tleo.
V Hteelhmiiincr. In Ontea by Mrs. J
I. MeCurdy auJ in Ktuytou ly '. A.
HAZEL GREEN NOTES
(Cnp!!ul .lounial S'ciiil Service)
1 1 li '.el flreen, Aiij;. (leorifC Ouni
an returned to Port'liud this week.
Mrs. Anna Payne and daughter, Na
omi, are stopping in Saleiu for n hile.
Nj'sscs Kola and Opal llhodes went
to Valeiu Tuesday, tu oik in the can
Westallis, Wi; Karl Technow.l
Hartford, CVmn; Charles Vanchure
l ,...ii,. i.. . w....,...i t ii .. il. ;., a v.,. I
eaitle,''a;'.rohli Joseph Xeutiles. Brookl 1 j!;'n'!,'"fl"1'
lyii, N. Y.
Killed in action 27
Missing, in action 3.1
Wounded .severely 30
l;e l of wounds
Itied from lu'c-ident and other causes
Died of disease
Aiimnl 'd, d-'geep utideterniiiied
lia. Texas; Jacob Weiner,
Pu; Ernest E. Wilchef, Durant. O; i,a,i bi-en awarded him bv the French
Clark W. Wyatt, Hichardsville, W. Ya; government. ,
Obie Young. Charleston, W. Ya; Joseph ';he correspondent brought a message
W. Patterson, X. J Henry from Marshal Foeh to the Americun
F. Herman, Brooklyn, X. Y; Leonard people !ut it will not be published fur a
K. Jarstfcr, Carson City, Mich; Saiuiiel BU)lt time. He came back to'this conn
J. Lew in, New Yurk; Mayo E. Xaggai t, ' try, he said, to make a lecture tour for
Snyder, Mo; Bryan Miller, Detroit, t lie I'nired States intelligence depart-
dispatcl.es few days ago said hef"1"? f horror .ad sorrow unsleeping
Killed tu Action
s-rgea!ita OIKei Laensse, Cluretuont,
.V. 11; K'Wha W, Weseott. South Penob
scot, Me; Juvce 1 'K ilntcr, Manor, N. Y;
Tuomua K. Landers, N'aliek, Mass.
t'.opiinils Micha" J. Leonard, Stnten
Lsland, X. Y; (iavin.Ii. M.Ivcr, Mattn
pau, Mass; Pete S.-hiiltz, Pittsburg, Fa;
Myron L. Whilcuiub, llampdcn, Mo;
REMOVES WRINKLES AND
BEFEESHES TIRED FACES
Mich; Earl M. Mortorff, Ashler, Ind;
. John Logan Orr, Chicago; John Arthur
' . . I'eteisoii, Lombard," III; Beinhard F.
Poi jipi liui ir, Ciiiaid. Mo; Lyman Kolir,
Auililer, Pa; Alfred Kuchti, Monroe,
Wis; Waiter C, Sanderson, Shawuee
toivu, III; Eiiies) Schulgen, Lodi, Wis;
Edward Sehultz, Spciuei, Wis; Wood
fin II. Spotitigle, llorton, W. Ya.
Died of Disease
S'rgennts John It. Xeilson, Peoiia,
III; Yanhorn I'eale, Xew York.
Corp. William I. Schoenfeld, Ciiicin-
Privates Oscar A. Dalilen, Kindred,
, X. 1; Xiinli Duke, Tisliouiingo, Mi.;s;
i John Evans, Xewboru, N. C; Will Foy,
I Emelie, Aia; liayiuond A. Garland,
j. i (Icrmaiitown, Nel,
nient. He will write his experiences dur
ing the war and attempt to show tue
people of this country just how big a
ta-k ho believes it will be to drive the
bodies across the Khine.
11,. soundej a warning ugainsr too
;ieat optimism but at the same time
urged the people not to 1 downhearted.
After declaring; Marshal Foch is iir.-
Chicago. Aug. 23. Police and fire
stations here were draped in black to
day in memory af Ferman F. Schuett
lcr, "Chicago's greatest policeman."
Chief Schcuttler died late yesterday fol
lowing a long illness.
Scheuttler joined the force in 18S3
as patrolman. His bulk, strength and
courage won rapid advancement. Noted
psychologists have written on his keem-.
ingly occult power in controlling pris
oners. He was one of the heroes of the
DEATH TOLL THIRTY.
Tyler, Minn., Aug. 23. Thirty iden
tified dead and three missing was the
toll of the Tyler cyclone of Wednesday
night, according to the coroner's official
count earlv todav. After a day and two
crowds were still searching the ruins of
buildings today for bodies. State guards
are now on duty and a temporary mor
gue has been established at the towu hall
just off the storm's path.
COAST STRIKE ENDED.
London, Aug. 23. The Yorkshire coal
strike came to an end Thursday night,
it was announced today, when the em
ployers granted the demands of the min
ers, who returned to work.
As the skin tends to expand in warm
weather causing wrinkles to fi rm, a
jlnud asirinyeni Ionic lotion should lie
use I these days.' dissolve a:i ounce of
pure powdered saxolito in half pint
of witch lia.'l I'.athe the face in this
and see how ipil.klv the wrinkles and
furrows will disappear and how much
vuunger veil will look! There's noth
ing better for sagging cheeks or double
chin, or for enlarged pores. I
I jhs this wimple lotion during the
ill tit of tiie iluv and von will tind it
Clms. Van Cleave and family went
do Mi. Angel Saturday, to visit
: brother, Joe.
j Frank Johnson and family and M
jiiud Mis. has. Kiibow spent the week
end lit I he Tillamook beach.
Mr. mid Mrs. lteeknor and two chil
dren of IJuinaliy spent Sunday at the
Harnett home. Mrs. Heckner and Miss
i l'lu'lum Hoi net t 'celebrated their bir'h-
jdas on that day.
Os ar Tuve of Camp Lewis fame
home Saturday o and returned Sun
Homer ami Louise Havis spent the
miil( mid will friends near Virlie.
The Cnn'rell faunlv lias moved from J uf '''lv ",' .m will find
'Mission I'ot'.oii to Luke Labis!,. j won.urtu!ty r.-:re-iuug. ton will lose
1 Kev J S lihodes of Salem will ! 'h'" wil y, tired look. The ingredients
preach at the Hot el II reel! church next f of curse are perfect'? harmless, lie
Sunday and hold ciininiunioii service j"V ! ! t!iv druggist for powdered
The junior C K. will meet t the pur- -saxulite.
siiuit;e in the afternoon at ":M, 1 1.
Will linskill took nil nolo load to
t amp I. is Sal urday mital. I lie par
l .-uinistcd of Mr, a ii I Mis, Tom Yaa
C'cave, Mrs. Mark Aspinnnll. Mr. and
li. Hugh Aspmwall, Luella Km kin.
Mr. and M's. Haskill aud dimghier.
Laura They returned heme Tuesdnx.
Ma Woods wen! to Portland Sunday
Mrs Matilda Van Cleave and Miss
Berth Van I leave spent Saturday au l
Sunday at Lester Yun Cleave'.
Mis, F. Chapman aud Mr. I 11 lb:
i.Mi weal to Auburn. ednesday.
Mm, (iuy Spencer and children of
Portland w're guests al the K. A. lnn
igau home, Saturday. They autoed up
with Mr and Mis. Fred Oundee, Mi
Swan a'nd Miss L. Peterson.
(Icrmaiitown, Neb; Henrv Cirier, ''liar
i lotto, X. C; Harold J. Mmire, Live Oak,
jCal; Renjaiiiiu liojeki, Xew Drituiu,
i Died from Accident and Other Causes
I Corp'. Hart L. Welsh. Wellsville, O.
! Wounded Severely
Sergeants Hollis P. Duoll, McCords,
Mich; Chovine U. Sjirott, Jr., Manning
S. ('; William Winniki, Walliagford,
Corporals Tennence Francis Itisnne,
! Brooklyn, N. Y; William K. MeCand
j loss, Muncie, Ind; Stephen Shillady, Ev
ieiett, Mass; Waleutly Albc, Detroit.
1'iivati-s Fred W. Iii-wilt, s. .Sii.-ncer.
Mass; Henry S, Fisher, Hastings, Nr'.i;
Antonio Claiia-mi. Rnnif.ird, Me; Sai
tionoVn, t)swego, X. '.
MARINE COR?S CASUALTIES
Killed in action '.i
Died of wounds 4
Died of discuss 1
Wounded severely r. lu
Wounded, degree iiinlotorniiuod 4it
Missing in actiou .
Total- '. 72
Killed In Action
Captain Lester S. Wass, -Gloucester,
Privates William Elgcsheiser, Brook
lyn, X. Y; Kdwin P. Kissler, Chicago.
Died of Wounds,
Second Lt. Walter J. Tigan, Rochelle,
Privates Willinui JLk. Cross, Havre.
Mont; Edward L. Heinz. Louisville,' Ky ;
(ins, A. Turngren, Chicago,
Died of Disease
Skt. George Y. Konbottonv England.
Sgt. Howard H. Young. Kewanee, III. I 24 hours passed,
Corji. Daniel Amos, Nevada, Mo. I w ben the third
Wiiliani J. (I: oening. Peru, 111.
I'vivat-'s George Chafey, Hebron, Xeb
Ma-ti:i A. D.vley, Tarrvtow a. X. Y;
Lylo H. F::ull;ner, Newport, Kv; liar
ul'd R. Jones, Fti, a, X. Y: Clifford Kirk.
Vandalia, 111; Robert L. Haugher. Clia-o
Ala. J. hr Se-hlius. Cleveland, Ohio.
mensrly pleased wrth what the army has
accomplished so far, Ciibbons gave aoroe
of his personal experiences with Ameri
can troops in action.
"The French and British have been
instilled with the unconquerable spirit
of the American fighting man," Tie
said. "The terror of rushing shells
soon fades away after you have been
near the front for a time, and you cease
t worry about them. That is why they
aie so cheery under such adverse condi
tions. The French and British have be
gun to absorb that spirit."
Ciibbons cited an example of the Am
erican fighting spirit as he told of tho
fighting around Chateau-Thierry when
American trops acquitted themselves so
"American troops were sent ahead of
the main body of troops by their French
eimimandors when it was known that the
Germans intended to launch an attack"
lie said. "They were told to hold
section of line ''about two mile and a
half ahead for ton hours, then fall back
wheip the heavier bodies of troops would
relieve them, lie ten hours passed and
Two days went by and
lay passed and still th
j Americans had not returned,, the French
I i.f't'ii e- s could do nothing but send troops
to rrlicv,. them. They found the Am
; eriutu holding firmly. A French offi
: oer to!, I me after that ho believed the
j private?, after all, would have to win
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Called to Go
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Silvetton. Aug 2J. Mrs. Austins
Fas in.lil left for New York city late'
Sunday evening to visit her husband;
who is with the C S. navy. Mr. Fast
man has ms le severnl tris over sea ;
bol at present is stationed in New York
M s Ve'iua Misser left for Grant!
Pass je.sterdsy for a visit with rela
lives. Shi w as aeyompaiiied a far a
Salem by her brother, Carl, and Miss
Yitiaa Browne. !
i Mr. and Mrs. E. K. C) Kane visited
in Portland this week.
T. l.uken made a bHsiucss trip to
j Mi Yirstmii Smith entertained
wlnmt twenty fiv young people at her
horn on notth Wtr a v last night.
The oeensum wa lawn lrty given
in hur of Muu Smith's rousin. Miss
Julia M.siui.le, who ta visiting here
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING YOU RESULTS
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STORA GE BA TTER1ES
For Your Car At Cost Saturday and Monday
Chalmers, Buick; Oakland, Oldsmobile, Case, Chevrolet,
Mitchell, Overland, Paige, Reo, Saxon, Briscoe, Hudson,
Studebaker, Auburn, Haynes, Winton, Maxwell, Dodge
148 So. Commercial