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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOTTRVAT. SALEM OPrr.n' ?ATTTwnv. ATTJ'ST 24
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ON' TIIK Briinwiik
the Music from any
record in mure ex
Tone heretofore hid
den ire now brought
out by the wooden
walled tout chamber
-built bk violin.
Vou gain nil the pre
viously hmt over
tone, mellow low
note, the clear vi
brnt, high '. and "'I
Aietalbc sound are
there in no metal in
The Brim-wick fine
rhon.agraph owner" hnvo found before that .(ome of I lit greatest
record in Ifie world J'li! lie's, for instance) wore purred from their
h(uri('. Tlie Bi unswb k ' nduptnhiliiy ri move nil liinitnliiii. It is
designed to play-BKTTKli -ail record of nil makes.
The Brunswick Halke Cullender Co. has been famous for gencrali'ins
for it woodworking experts. It ha Iweti milking the finest . h 1 1 r. . y r u . Ii
cabinet far year. All linn thill, thin "know how" uml thi exper
ience go t be making of the Brunswick.
Make ui, by comparison, prove the All reeonl Brunswick uperior.
u fcv w . . i e a. ..at, a,,.
t , r sa-r
, K -4 MEOW r nh r. Jff t-t'-
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a few more shades to Sell :it Special sale prices.
Bring your porch measuiements.
A number of good re
r.t . . i . . . i $1 iS) j
at . .$10.50
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$(50.00 used refriger-- JyTXoVQr
BIG MONEY SAVING SALE 0? RUGS "
$ 8.115 Wool Fibre Bug
$10,00 9x10-0 Wool Fibre Huts
$12.00 9x12 Wool Fibre Rut'
$11.00 8x10 Ura Bugs
$1:1.50 9x12 Grass Bugs
$.!2.50 9x12 10-Wire Tapestrv Bug.
$10.00 9x12 Axminstcr Baigs
$50.00 9x12 Body Brussels Bug. .. .
$13.00 9x12 Axminstcr-RugH
$:J8.50 9x21 Axminstcr Bugs
$57.00 9x12 Axminstcr Hue
$79.00 9x12 Wilton Bugs
A number of Pieces of Brussels and Tapestry Carpet
to Close Oat. Bring In Your Room Sizes and Let Us
fit it With Carpet at Less Than Factory Cost.
ALL SUMMER GOODS GREATLY REDUCED
C. S. Hamilton
310 Court Street Salea Oregon.
;Gf the 2,622,-COO in Army 1,-
800,000 Were Under 21.
800,000 Under 17
With the American Ariuie in France
Aujr. 24. Mine Iran Mi.ki of I.3t ?!ev.
hi'l liaml j IK rmaa of Mount
. lived ut to the American
for grit art I ata nina.
Ti v were brought in l-t iijjht
after bin reiKrte.l miinv. fallowing
a rodent advanee, and told the f allow
I lynaiioiiitki was left behind as h:
eO!ii'any advamed and era led into
i k Iih Lad been a boeh;- dugout- He
l!ay there fur tea days, with little food
Jor water but bit K,,,ll'r8l Ihyieal roo
Iditlon wat Eoo.i hen he wa found.
' I'oftland, Or., An. 21. ''If thf war n;ao took eover' in a nheil hole and
it to be won by lit 1 9 America u.ut jwa f"ned to remain eiuht da' with-ia-n-l
h,r Toutia men to the front line1"" fwd '" water eijej.t tuch
. ja aeeuinulated in the hole from rain.
;tremhv to w.n .t; the onler men can- ThU impr(.Knated with gat and
not," deelatnl ('. K. Adams, roinman-1 t, daujerou to drink. Snipers uu
,der in rhii f of the Grand Army of tliel l- th Wle of the thell hole, waieh
, . jiiiidie today. " was in an expotd position fired wben-
'lf ronxn-m in its debate on the "ver Herman, showed himself. Boehe
'drafV law will be guided onlv bv the airmen shot at him with maehine gunt.
reeoid f the eivil war, the inen'of jsi hen the Anierieant attacked liu
and 1 will be tent first and the men h"- barrage paed over Herman -t
from 33 to 45 onlv hen it become,, alr' Ml h,,l,' " "d tremely weak
soluttly necessary'. , 1'"' . foUBd, hlm
"In the civil war ther,. were 22,1'"" "J11 rrovM. Ituth h and Le
on.. Tnion toldiers. Of this numb) r i,. , "a'mu-ki are in a hot; ital.
800,000 were 21 and under; H'lO.WH) wcrt ! ! "
17 an.l under. Only 22,ihi0 were more N".V(" ""4 PomuiK-rs, two miles wet t
than 21. These figure arc from the of .,"'
f.eial record, of the w.r deparhrtt.t. I '"",h f,r""l,s Ivnnre.l a maxhnuui
-It was the young w who saved . ' vesteruay f.ght.ng.
the union iu the civil war. 1, i the " ' V ',.
vouiij; men who miist save world tiler
Chuignolles, south of the Somme, wer
n ill tl. l.revnt strin-Lde. Thi, U not 'l"v". ue o.u.m. ,hS1 l...,,u.
a vr, of convenience. It is war to uU" -".''" ';e of Ooniie-
.! -nib. The nation mint t.e the n,eu,"""',1- "'i crs, Hameliueourt, Boyellet
best ......oficd to fmht it tl.rot.gli to i li-'iry-iiasMuerclle, north of t.iat
,,t'ul fn.idi 'r,v,'r- Kl,v''rl thousand additional pri
: "In .hi civil war the man hcA.crt 1 !""'" "." ,!'k''" ltt'av'
made, the b,.Ml. were fought n.rl th,: ! '"'I"'"';' " the enemy,
victories wee won bv m. u under ii 1 . ! . 1 hr,,,l'h ,,""l' l'r',"s!
Tl... vo.jt.tr men volunteered m,M -end i'"'" yesterday toward JSoyou, ( hautij,
ilv for ba.ardoOii diitv; the vouiia! men
'inarched farther Bud faster; the y..nng
mmi eri able to go into an attack -'
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itltr v'u ,g men kept t. ait d cour-i i ,t',7'A'' M,)"t. mil,' 8Rtl
and c ieerfu ness in the face of ix i""1"" 1,1 I
Only a few more left at the
20 per cent discount
Seyeral of the good patterns of room-size jugs which we bought from the
Daris Furniture Company of Dallas at BEFORE-THE-WAR PRICES sifJ remain.
You will have to hurry if you want to get in on this good fortune of ours.
E. L. Stiff & Son
446 Court Street
land t oucv-l-c-Cuntcau. Thev crossed tin
divelte near Svricouit, pushing closed!
t Noyon from the west. Between tin
Ail. ttc a"d Aisne they advanced toward
I Lr-,,'t. c , ,,,, ,,,, .m.tttt? I
rl.UiWtjoii; the yo.m u.eu bore suffer
lug, r verses ai.d di-cfniiiigciiient wth
! out fliiicliinn uml went forward to vie
: forv ilcsiiile nil hardsl.iiis. "
I . 'oniiiH'uler Ad:iin iinnounccd he has
i been ti'citlli d into scrvi.e bv the war
I liepartnicut in inspection of overs as
(Cotitiiiued front page one.)
Ms, cf 11 , ii-oiii t last nig'it uad iciu
l'cirecd n party of their nni men who
crossed Thiir. day night.
tiieal tiimiber of uirplaues are .s.uvp
lug ba k ii ml forth uboe the boihus,
fi ing muchiiie i'n's at them mid (a toy
ping liomlis w ith terrible et'fct t. Two
howililt .ro ile.slioyed I'V liomba.
Tilluy was bombed heavily. The wmlhor
I IPs umn. in,; w as iln.iip mill cloudy.
CONVfcRUE ON NOYON
l xy rvuuu ifiiuer
(I'lliled l'lcim hlatf I'orlvspoAdeut.)
I'oris. Aiii "1. (III n. in. 1-1 'In. ml.
M iiiinil plisli iiiioii iSovou was re..' wed
this nun ning, the French improviii til.'
pu.sil ions huh jcsienlay.
(ii'iierul Mangiu continued the work
uf cbMirlng the sun Ih bank of the Oiac
and Ail 'tte rivers.
The tier. .mi is are assisting di'spii:iie
ly uu the IHvetto fiver and north ol
The r'ieiu'1, troops are Hearing tin
Nuinsiitirl halny highway and aie threat
cuing to oiiU'luuk the enemy at t'U v
uy (.ili.ve inilt't uoith of Mniasona.)
Man'i'l 11 nt i ii r military writer id the
Kcl.o Oe 1'iiris, declines the (.er.nane
havo only Hi fwh divisiotit (2sni..ii'.i
; " Aliiishal I'oi'li holds the cards' nv
'says, "while tiiueral I'eishiug has liol
yet i uten d the dance."
By Frank J. Taylor
With the American Armies in France
Aug. 2,1, (Night) American airmen
uii.j.peii oil tioniliH en I'oiiilans this morn
in.!- ."six direct hits were noted, five on
the iioithwc itern portions of the railway
yard, and the other blowing up n mili
tary wave house. All our machines re
lurned safely, despite u buttle with tier
intiii plane and a terrific bombardment
from Hii'i aircraft ir'.ins. The Amirica:,;
srored ten direct hits on tl' railroad at
l,."iiteuant Louis Verdier, former
ciiief of the Lafayette es'.adrille, has
been killed ill action. 11,. was cited five
linii i rtid was a chevalier of the legion
of honor. His brother, Lieutenant Taut
Verdier, of San Francisco, now is in
Aim licit on a special mission.
right lag iu Lorraine
t'.-iris, Anjz. .!!.'( iS.lt.'i p. m.) Sharp
a lillery fighting ln.it night v.as report
ed by the war office today.
I'ic urli troops penet rated (ieniinn po
sitions at several, points in Lorraine.
"I . the Lasijnv region and between
the Oise and the Aisne, there was sharp
artillery fighting," ahe coniinuniitie
said. "In Lorraine. French detaehmcnls
peiu tinted several points in the vk't
man t rendu'!, ami took prisoners."
TO INITIATE BILL
(Continued from page one;
TO HELP SIBERIANS
Bolsheviki Release 23,003
Officers Following Threat
Pa: is, Aug. 2f. The Vossische Zei
tung announces that (lenernl Iiussky,
who has been mising for more than
a year, has arrived in Vladivostok and
offered his services to General Hurvats.
tleneral liiissky was one time com
mander in chief of the Kussian armies.
Uenenil Horvats is leader of one of
the utiti-bolsheviiv armies in Siberia.
Atns'erdani, Aug. 24. The bolshtviki
have released 2,1,01.11 officers from
Alcxleff burracks, Moscow, following
tho threat of citizens to blow up the
Kr. uilin miles the officers were freed,
according to a dispatch from ' Kieff
302 Airplanes Downed.
Konif. Aug. 2. Uritish and Italian
airmen brought down 302 Austrian air
plane!! from June to August 20, it
was officially announced today.
Japs check Attack.
Harbin, Aug. 21. (Night. )jln
heavy fighting along the Vssuri river
(north of Vladivostok) the allies with
drew slightly before superior numbers
until ilnpanese troop stemmed the at
tack. Cossack and Czechs bore the
brunt 'of lie figli.iug, ISritish and
French suffered light casualties.
Bolshevik monitors on Lake Hanka
(abovw Vladivostok) jhelled the allied
ical school, requested aMl.i,l23. out
!'2S; r,a.i!i'ni Oregon state hospital, r
iptertvd 4"i2,7(ii1, cuf " rTTTifi; Oregou
Solders Ilouie, reiiuested $"2,Mtl, cut
jIU,tMli; Oregon state In spital, reo,uet-
cd l.(.s,.il, cut Vthi. state tul.er-eulo-.sial!iiispital,
ret)itsd fi l.".7,4(0;
cut l?7,,"itM ; state ins'itution for feeblo
mind 'd, re.ptested $4IS,2W, cut l!.t),
ooil; exhibit of Oregon products at
1'itrt luinl. reiiicsted 11.2-2; cut 10.222;
s ate fair, requested I:I2.ihh), cut s'0,.
'; mate board of health, requested lu. 4,, ftsais,llIlts Mn, secretaries,
fi'.,"., IMIII, cut lll.OHO. - . .
Oregon Historical t.K'ety, requested
,2,stil, cut lo.iitt); Oregon social hy
giene sin ietv, reiiuested $'n,0(.il, cut
War Summary of United Press j
1482nd Day of the War; 38th Day of Counter Offensive
Pieardy front The British resumed
their attack this morning on the ilU
mile front extending from the region
of Arras southward across the Soiiune.
Haig reported additional progress
east of Albert lasr night and announc
ed that prisoners taken by the British
in the last throe davj total more than
ilennwhile, the French continue to
progress on their ;i0 mile front between
the, Divettrj and the Aisne. it;creastng
the menace t Noyon, Chauny and
Coucr -Le Chateau.
b-Mieved to be a screen to hide
hr withdrawal northward.
Loraine front French troops took
prisoners in s.-veral raids last night.
(iermany Germany, in its reply to
the Spanish ultimatum regarding furth
er sinkings, of Spanish ships is reported
to have declared that the threatened
seizure of interned German tonnage
niigt result, in a break iu diplomatic
Flanders front Fighting developed
iu the l.ivenrhy sector north of La
Bassee canal, this morning. Haig re
ported t; was to th advantage-of tho
British. iThe Brutish carried out a suc
cessful loeul operation northwest of
N'eiif B.'rquin Iput night and repulsed
Uciman attacks in three different see
tors. Aisne-Vesle front FniHiial activity
si developing along the Vesle. It is
0 HELL With
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
T.ik 11,000 rrlKoners
London, Aug. 2iV -The nttnek was re
suuiid this morning, Field Marshal
Uuig reported today,
Additional progress was made during
the night iu the Albeit sector.
"righting developed this morning in i Ii1.im.Oj Oregon state library, request
the Oiienehv rector, north of l.altassee ed $.'i0,000, cut $."i,OO0; bureau of mines
canal, Herman attacks las, ei ening, j and geology, requested 4"0,0iiit, cut 20. -uurtli
of Baiileiil, uoilli of ivcmiui I and lino; state industrial school fur girls,
a nit ti ot Lucre, ttcre repulsed." (requested llt,2Hl, rat i0,(u"xl. state
"Ouiiuif the iiiu lit we trogivsed in pententiarv, rcq.uwted "0r,20;i.:i0
the Alb. rt sector and took actional 10",0HH; state printing board, request
piisoners," th slutement aid. " l.aily 'd Iti.i.iio, cut :.HOO; state water
this morning the attack u resumed. ,bard. requested $:t!,lS0, cut tt.lSi;
"lu Ihrce davs fighting since the ! Oregon uatu.nal ;unr.l and state police,
morning of the Slit, over 14,000 prison- requested MnM, cut vi.
, . .i . i,,,e,l,.., i ,i. i, aval. I. 1 Budgets which Mfere not
Tj Head Commission,
Tuk'u), Aug. 21. Baron Tanetaro
Megata will heal the economic mis
sion to Siberia, according to unofficial I
reports today. He will be accompanied
Continued from page on;)
The perf'rma::ce was repeated a second
time, tiu beeai-a suffering lieavny in
cut !e'h counter attack. At the latest report
the Americans were noaiiug i.'.e piaie.
M.auAhib', the Hermans attacked Pi-,
able wood, where Chateau sticks out be
yoc.d the main American line. The Am-,
eruaua received them with heavy tua f
cut are as ehitii gnu and rule fire, inflicting
t I follows- heaw casualties and taking tome pns-
'""We1 'carried out a successful local1 AK,.t. for apprehension of crimin- oueri. Tkey then took p ihr uiai,, po-;
operation ves.erdav evening tiorthivesl ' 4 HH ; Oregon Blue Book .,50O; ;sms along , 'j'' :
of Nenf Baiqui... i.ou.l eue.nT attack, '-"l""'1 1' court bn.ld.ng and oners said the battalion ... ol ed ... the.
hint nisjht north of lUiUoiil. Mm. ut f4rtm,ll' ...';
hita Ubot Imrvnu attvk waa ordered to advance as iar
Locre and north of Kemmel, were repul. "; '"' f7;5' Vl'f ., , h.nthinff indl th, Kn.'
... i -.r e..,l,ii,... state council of defense 201100; dairy Alter a brief breathing spell the An.-.
desert eriean counter attacked and drove the
ndiantage dewtoped north of tlie La
Basst'o canal in the Hivetu-hy sector."
ADWV Ar 4 AAA AAA
ittuiti vt ffvvvw
Coutiuued from page unc)
fiom the fruat Hue 1o the libhie at
the. nearest point is not ever twenty
(Thin it in th juth where An
icaa forvea are lusted and it i quite
jHwsiblw that in the development of
ue.it year' vietjty the iiah w.il !
f ir the lihine at that point u
laie the war direst to Germany).
reiia!e lutiitary committee men aaij
tht they tfiUy ftiiip!aim to Chief
of S'jf f March gsiist delay in pub
I. eat ion of alt America ruallie ia
lli recent Marne offensive, ftenaion
.jy they told W,rh, at their weekly
.-mi ' -r. nee, fbt tiie eoiintrjr i legia
mtig lo MtfiMtt that all tho rauaUi
r not beinf jfiwen out p'mt'tly,
S -ii'nr iiid MareM replied that the
ftifficulttc ia tie way of tM.tin'ii
. crraa-t fcfi ..iiiipiKie list are afeat
It stated aiuphatieallr that no et
ualtie will be withhei.t All will be
given tv the public as neatly as rout
patlbte. with eomplete accaracr, he
ursl tha oinmittee.
I'roteH against delay in paying
trj- overmsss and asamst delay la
the mad aervic to the eiditionart
fo's'e also were lodged with Mar, a
Th tlelar In paying the men has
aerioiisly re. ted on their depen lent
ia th.a eountry, eouiii!tv meuibcr
itii. They assert allotment Jue fam
ilies fcr ar in many easet grcat'y
overdue aut b Mr needed.
el in .h.rn rtahlilirf
.... i e .i.a:... .....'and food coiumi'siotter. iS.IKnt:
nil, Bio.o.i.K anarp m. iu our , , . - , ..'. . ' , K. , fr, their hold on our
mini lioiliu ru.1iv; ur('lii liurui vx ruv ,.......t- -
lie instruction tl,WiS; beard of high lines and reestablished their old post-;
er curricula. tnt; Monmouth. Normal tiens north of St. Thlbaiit (on the south
I school :s.;;lO; state . hiol for the bank of the esle opposite Baatochcs.)
bliiui t.i.4tH.:S; tate school for the On the right wing of the American,
-i imi. .....T,.,n i.ri . seetur tlie Americans made three silent :
0; Florence Crittenden Kefuge Home! raids during th,. night, taking four pris-i
K"hh; support of orphans and found- oners and gaining important division in-!
lings ll"..iiO: Batten home for the f..rcm"". The prisoners said trey new ;
fneudics "HiO; euieruenev board 2iW felt that Germany ran win and than
executive department S2;t..00; state they wiil alt fight to the la.-t man. One;
fisheries ilepartiaent .W,iiaj stale. smd he had, luo-d tnat the war would
A Sixty Mile rrvnt
I.ivtidain. Aug, '.'I The Britisi,
French a' striking vigorously on a
combined front of about sixty miles,
cquaily apportima.il between thnu.
Genera! Byug a".d Itawtiusmi ai,. at
lathing between Margate!, three ic.iles
south of Arras and l.ihons, a mile aud
a half west of Chaulne, while General
II umber and Maugin are pu
bet w ecu Kvticourt, four utile
I i J I I ,"ri' "f 'or,,,rv TO.OiH); for pursuit end this year, btit now lie supposed they
V 'wi t "Hirn of fugitive from justice ; would have to keep on fighting until t
i e est I'nj,,,. ()rl,,u Arniv ,,f R,.,,uhltc fat; t the Amertean are licied. !
frw June S to Augiut 2 1 it is M
week and thtee dav. and ia that time
ith Ctiited tat. of America bat p;ck
J up an estimated ei0H fixating men
by their coimnj of age in that h 'ft
penuj Cetrmauy atsu h, of tour,
pictet wp a few meanwhile. But our
- jfi-d, while Germany' are on!y fed
Tho joy of feeling lit and
fresh rewards those who
heed the laws of health,
and keep the habits regu
lav. )' A. MtMWiw4a tW Wt4
a J aww, aw awsh.
t state board of horticulture !S.k; s Bocuments recently eapturea oy tne,
j humane society liHK; state indiitrial , Frcueh show the Herman high rommnnd.j
accKictii . coiuuits.sion .i.ph; . iaus .own.g io iu? uoiaia.' vi m , ai,,..--trial,
welfnre eommissioa 4hN; Inter-'mg Atsation and Lorramian to the j
State Faic association IW; attorney j west front. Company eommander have (
general's dcpsrfueiit, ,ti.;S2vi; circuit : been erdere I to observe tie. strictest
judges .Yi,.mH; district attomev and ' rule of punishment to prevent deser
teputies t.!s.sini; niprem eou.t th.-
esH; su'.renie tourt librsrv ln..iH;
state laH'r eoiiiHiiseioni r U,esW; tte
land In-ard ads Ml; legislatar enpen
tioBi. Tne Alsatian act laonainians.
are mixed with other hoop a further,
effort to eontrol th men thu forced,
to fight agwmt their wn people. It hn!
ses S2.Jh'; state I'.me board defieteaey j beea rvvenbsi that t0,iW0 of these o
i.Xh; iiicstock d.-initirc tiard. -'i.- j dier participated 1b the mutiny tr Bl
si,) Mel.oug.Miri ttiwine fflJ; niiseesisn-1 tm
coo cUuiis ( "'; tei;oa naval a.i iiij
!!,7lt; state tliriirl as-hiwl fo biTSiflAO; department
i.r,sK: turtwirt vt wavwara g!rl' state engieeer'a eff.cn 2H.!li)
of tate feW;!
il'Kltitaw eooiRtiMioa 1".WH); state treasur-
. - . . ii. , r-n..i.. i..
J - a'- .a li -a I i s . puouc awraja'T c . eg 9 via - -.e va mi.."
iii!sie tvOcJ; reward fcr arrest and useamre Js.TSil.
Bill of Vaudeville
and Pictures Today
Complete change of Pic
tures and Vaudeville acts,
direct from Hippodrome
It's a cracker jack show
Bligh Theat re
Sign of the Best Shows