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.TEE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1918.
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General Pershing's Official Report V
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LOADINO CAMS IN HAWAII rUUfl WH&REl
AMEBICA GETS HAIFA MILLION TOM i
or juoao a v .
AMERICAN families would have less sugar than the
people of war torn France, if we depended entirely
on our home-grown sugar stocks.
. Approximately 75 per cent, of our sugar is shipped
to our shores. We produce about 1,000,000 tons of sugar
a yea. Our imports from abroad amount to over 3,000,
000 tons a year in normal times.
The United States Food Administration asks each
family to limit its use of sugar to two pounds per month
per persorrfor household use. The military situation de
mands that every available ship be placed at the disposal
of the Army or Navy, When we save sugar, we save
War Summary of United Press I
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i 1491st Day of the War; 47th Day of Counter Offensive Hi:;
Killed in action !H
Missing in action ..
Died of wounds
lied of Disease ....
,Wis; Eddie A. Anderson, Winthrop,
Minn; Koiuer Autrobus. 1'opla, Mont;
Harvey A. llarnes, Milwaukee, Wis;
Frank W. Bonau, Mayville, Wis; Kl-
mer K. Dobson, Bells, Tex; Vernon K
Dow, Muskegon, Mich; Roman P. irie
jjc enhnhn, San Antonio. Tex; Frank tion-
yea.. Victory Mills, .V i ; i;idell Ur
tin, Lougshoals, t ; James F. Mc
v ! Laughlin, Roxbury, Mass; Leoa Sayler
Spokane, Wash; Andreas Steeukisic,
!Dtnison, la; Edwin Austin, Turin, Mieh
I Joseph A. Dion, Kockfonl, 111; Holaad
A. Kinney, Detroit. Mieh; Krnest K.
Kill! in Action !.e!sni, kidgorield Park. .N. .1; lorwin
Cant. Orville L. Anderson, (iren'' Kl'ef Ju"!s- Jl'h dosser. Mi,
... .waukee, Wis; I'aul htallings, Helvidere
tails, Mont. N. C; Tony W. Beur, Ulearmont Mo;
Lieutenants Joseph -V. Kmery, Jr., Frank L. Brooks, Keene, X. H: Car:
Quinev, 111; Gerald F. Kelly, Mariettu Knndson rinstad, Washburn Wis; Jos
O; Lee H. Wall. St. Louis, Mo; CharlrsP11 nf'fJ. asi.
L. Gardner, W.svillc. Ky; Solomon va-w.ck Russia; Uliam Martel,
Rubel, New York; Thomas V. Slillwoll,. al"10" ' s- harl(-9 n"
New York .man, lloothbay Harbor, Maine.
Sergeants William Lessid Youns.' Died of Wounds
Marshfield, Wis; James Stdio, lhiyton. Sergeants Hazlett F. Hahnn. Dan-
O: Rnv Vineers. Laerosse. Wis; Wal- ville. Ill: Jesse D. Mi'Clure. Monticel-
ter Tillman Blaukertz., Dearborn, Mieh; lo, 111;
John Greenfield, Shreveport. La; Karl I Corporals Walter Gastave Si-hilling,
C. Mitfelstat, New Boston, Mass; Koli-1 Ft. Atkinson, Wis; Donald T. Toles, Ot-
ert It. Winters, New Iberia, La; Jerry Wo, X. Y; Clyde Burley, Birun, I'a
Clayton, New York. Cook Wilson D. Holmau, Columbia
Corporals Albert T.dward Wethercli,; Tenn.
Saginaw, Mieh; Howard Am,os Hui'iite. . Meeh. John R. Strasbougli, DilUown,
Pittsburg, Fa; Jesse O. Harding. Fran Ta.
eisvillc, Til; Vinton Moore, Ladysmith.l Musician Fred J. Singer, Rochester,
Wis; Earl (. Wrasse, Milwaukee. Wn:,A, Y.
Vincent Sratthcwa Howes. Syracuse, N. Privates Frank Beuttler, Hannibal,
Y. I Mo; Frank ISlaul, Chicago; Mike Brun-
Hugler Cecil Kiigene Oglctree, lie-lner, Two Rivers, Wis; John Jay Cor-
troit, Mien. i man, Fitsburg, Pa; Moms Grabow, New
Privates Joseph Adams. I nicngo; no-1 iork; Amos Hardin, llalton, Ua; Ar-
nwr A. Armstrong, rntronmrn. o -, iuur a. nuriey, iNortn vi eymoittn, mass
Wells Armstrong, Uidgefield. Wash: I Fred L. Kirby, Klliott, la"; William E.
Picardy front South of the S.-nrpe,
the HriHsh nmde eonsbleruble advances
on two Hi'ci.ions of the line. Canadian
land English troops launched a renewed
attack at 5 o'clock this morning on a
five-mile front between Fining and
Cugiiirourt, on both siili's of Mitt hi','li
way ruhiiing from Arms to Canibrui.
The Canadians are reported to have
lunken through the Ditwonrt-iieunt
nwitch line, on n front of two miles
'having captured IVury and the west
ern mtgii of (lagnicoiirt. This registers
an advance of neatly two miles be
yond the previous British li ti in that
Further south between linpftmne and
Pci'onne, Field Marshal llaig nunoimc
'ed the capture of Suilly-Saiilisel and
Siiilllscl, an advance of about two
On the Noyon Soissons front, Ihe
3'Vench repulsed two Herman counter
attacks on Caiiipngne firmly cousolidat
jug their positions there, In the Ailette
region French outposts are reported at
ithe gates of Coney-le t hateau, udviine
ii'i' through tho woods west of .that
place ami east of Pool St. Mard.
Flatulent frout-r-Tlio Brilisli have
captured Neuve Eglise, just beyond the
previous front line, nuil have reached
the Lys river east of Estnires.
Russia 'I 'oitl'licting reports were re
ceived regarding Nikolai Lenino, Hoi
shevihi premier, who was shot Friday
by a woman revolutionary. Copenha
gen reported his death, but a private
message received in London later de
cliued he is not deud, but is in very
grave condition. Dora Kaplan, g wo
man associated with the terrorists, has
been arrested, charged with -shooting
At Moscow the Hnlshevik announced
that .Hum social revolutionaries have
been attested and sentenced to dentil
and will be executed unless the an'.i
soviet conspiracies ceases.
Siberia With the arrivnl of Amer
ican troops en Friday at the front the
aliies beyan an advance towards Hal)
arovsk nnd Irkutsk,- General Somen
off'e cavalry captured a number of
towns along the Onon river.
Spain Following announcement of
tho submarining of the Spanish steam
er Ataz. Monday, the Spanish cabinet
Guv 0. Biirson, Casper, Wvo; Dnniel I
Callahan, New Haven, Conn; Charles
Joseph Casey, Philadelphia; Moses J.
Collette, Spencer Mass; Stanlev ( oryell
Browutown, AVis; .Thomas' J- Coughlin.
New York; Walter H. Crensey, t ustcr,
Wash; Thomas iF. Cunuineham, Pair
field, Mont; Earl Elliott, Hnnley. N.
M; Walter Frederick Etue, Hay City,
Mich; James Fields, hermit. V . "a; Jlich;
ed Fuerhnek. Milwaukee, Wis; James
Goldlhorne. il't. Plain. N. Y: Alfred
Gross, Shawano, Wis; Charles E. Big
gins; Canada; Roy Hopp, Milwaukee,
Wis; Albert Lams Supreior, W is; Her
nial? Leistikrw, Milwaukee, Wis: An
nies Soulis.. Telia haiii, ( al; Leo Szce
caaski. Auburn, Mieh; Jean It. Hour-
Bateman, Montaintop Ark; Frank B.
Ewell, Philadelphia; Charles II. Mur
phy, Kushfrrd, Minn; Albeit II. Pohl
ninn, Seward, Neb; Auis Porter, Qual
ity, Ky; Harrison Townsend, Seymouh,
Tciin; Charles H. Waltz, Penbrook, I'a;
Charles if. Wtiusch St. Louis, Mo; Wa!
ter W. Abrains, Deerereek, Wash;
James Willard Hlanehnrd. Kalamazoo.
Ira Jackson, Habcock Ga; Jos
cjdi Jordan, l'angor, Me; Howard E.
Hoard, Bedford, Va; Marvin K. Han
son. Grnt'ton. X. 1)! William .V Mc-
U'affre.v. Washington, Pa; George Nh
Oshkosh, Wis. -
Died of Disease
I i.i. ueiretr .a, i ocuran, vv imams
I iiorf. Pu. .
cniiio'i, Min rrancisco: ueonani a. Ln. Sgt. Maj. John M. Kliiigeiisiuith,
K nut sim Sistcrbav, Wis: Angelo Le- (inn'tislnirg, Pu.
lierncp, Concord. Mass; Rolmrt Luecke, H,t. Morris M. Rowh v. Stockton, Md
Sliiiwmio, Wis: HomrliLs MeClhskev. Car privates John L. Anderson, Korbel,
son City, Mich; Hugh A. Manchester, cai; Thomas A. Cunningham, Cani-lletroit,-
Mich; Mur'.v Mason. Hlanca-, 1,,-idge, Mass; John N. Mcl'herson W.
nr.jville. Wis; Morton Maynnrd, Loot. Toledo, 0;"Sgt. Jerry Forbes, Philndel
Wis; ll.'rnian Otto Pardee. Hav ""' plitu; Privates Francis H. Potter, uicu
Mich: Charles K. Peebles, Crvsnl City, ! dive. Mont; Ciayti n F. Saunders, Lvun
Me; 111 mer J Perkins. Honi'liton. M:e":Mass; GliidwynM. Saunders. Ada, Kan
Peter Petmnis. Scranton, Pi; Gi'ovr uM,j:unin Small,- Jacksonville, Fin;
.1. Hotter, M-nttle. vu: .lames u. j .vlllall Sunt h Hushkill, Pa.
Schoolev. Zillah, Wash: Edwards
I he. Chicn-'n, HI: lia V . Wit Jcr.
Thormlale. Tcs; F.l-woitb K. Wcl-li,
PiiHiis. Pa; Peter Wivketis Cliiengn;
Julius Wnenski. Westfield, M'iss; pe
ton Dnvid Duis, Hicl.orv. Ky
Mi'Cana. Shullsliur!'. Wis; Henrv N' TiT
bass Athens, Wis; Jns'ph No'ting. oin
waukee. Wis; Jessie D. Ste'jall. S 'nceK.
Alo; J. Leslie StiHmau, Andrews, N. (';
Walter (1. Thompson, South Manches
ter, Conn; Victor Zimmerman, Tnu'a.-
Oregon Boys Wounded
In the long list of wounded severely
the names of two Oregon men being
the only ones en today list, thev nru
p.pdl' inline ,u. vnay, riuisnoro, or; Jiuoa
is rciwtcd to have o'd-T'd the seizure
of all German vessels interned in Span
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What is new in Footwear for this Season? No Doubt You Are Asking Yourself
this question at the present time. And if you wish to have it answered to your
satisfaction, we would suggest that you come in and look over the assortments we
have here. They will give you a correct conception of the Style which Fashion
has Conceived and Which Well Dressed Women have Approved and Accepted for
This list will give you a geed idea of the style and how savingly they can be
Why Women Dread Old Age
Don't worry about old age. Don't
worry about being in other people's
way when you are getting on in years.
Keep your body in good condition and
you can be as hale nnd hearty in your
old days as you were when a kid, and
every one will be glad to see you.
Tho kidneys niul bladder are the
causes of. senile afflictions, Keep them
clean and in proper working condition.
Drive .the poisonous wastes from the
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tions. Take GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
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and your face have once more that
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Woman's High Boot, plum
(very latest shade )all kid,'
Woman's High Boot,
top, military heel
Woman's High Boot, battleship gray
cloth top, Louis heel $6.50
Woman's High Boot, all kid, Havana
brown, military heel $S.50
Women's Light Elk Outing Dress Shoe, welt, military heel, extra good value,
worth $10 our price $7,50
416 State St.
STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY LABOR DAY-TODAY
Cliauuy towards La Fere unpleasant
spedways for Lu londorff 'a convoys.
Thus the Germans, to nil intents and
purposes, are already back cn the Hin
denburg line, although iu front of it
they still have much material.
To save this and because they doubt
their own ability to hold the Hindvn
burg line if the allies hit it too soon
Hie Germans are fighting desperately at
every hinge-point on the line. This is
'especially true about Soisscns, Noycn,
Itapaunie and Poronne.
Adopting brand new 'tactics, the allies
art. refusing to play into tho enemy's
hands. They nit' turning the tlrong
points instead of taking them bv front-
jnl attack on 'the principle of hitting the
icnj'my where he is weakest instead of
where he is strongest.
On the other hand Hindeuburg is
playing a stupendous game, although
one that obviously was forced upon him
by Foch. To under rate his ability to
play the game, means to help him to
TASTY THINGS MAKE
"THE SPICE OP LIFE"
HA'.I ICQNIff QW IM
KilUE A DARK COLOR TO THE rUKlM
- Are you going to gave the garden
crop? Yes, then get the free can
ning book the National War Garden
Commission at Washington will
tend you for a two-cent stamp to
TOD2W - Tomorrow - Wednesday
TWICE DAILY 2 AND 8 P. M.
Accompanied By '"he Company's Own
HtattiiHlm mrtl.imi.1r iia
ONE MILLION FIGHTING MEN AND 20,000 HOKSES IN ACTION
SQUADRONS OF AIRPLANES. FLEETS OF ZEPPELINS.-THE
CHARGE OF THE TANKS. THE DEADLY GAS AND FLAME PRO
JECTORS AT THEIR HELLISH WORK OF DESTRUCTION
Matinees: 25c-50c-75c; Evening: 50c-75c-$l.C0
These Prices Are Universal Throughout The U. S. And Canada Under
Bond To D. W. Griffith. Children Under Six Will Not Be Admitted
get away with it and thus to prolong flung them back staggering
the war. flavin? lot the final stages quently m disorder,
ot the battle tor Parts to Foch, whose
strategy has enabled the allies to retain
the precious initiative iu a grip of
steel, Hindeuburg and Ludendorff
faced immediate defeat in the field or
a compulsory general retirement- Fore
stalling them, Foch refused to permit
them to retire under their own terms-
mauled them at
could find and
and fre- break it. Kvery single Aiuereian over
here knows that the allies now hold a
Although during the past three or victory in the hollow of their hands
four days tho enemy has shown a with America continuing to play tha
stiffening resistance anil the allies have I game as during the past few months
taken fewer prisoners, apparently no land no allied soldier, American or oth
hope remains among the (lennan loaders i erwise, . doubts for a minute that A
rf making a stand this side of the j mcrica will do that nnd more,
famous Hindeuburg line. I
There Hindonhurg hopes to be able I 1 " '
rebuild his armies. His finnl hopej
that the allies will be unable to !
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