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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUIcNAL, SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1918. .
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ill MACISIE I
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DOES TEEM AND THEN SOME. HE'S THE ITAL
IAN DOUG. FAIRBANKS.
Soil of fonor rig
"From Over There" y
eneral Pershing's Official Report V
The following casualties are reported
liy the I'om in a rui i iir general of the Am
erican expeditionary forces:
iKillod in ai'tion 4
iMising in action 33
wounuea severely 4r Tlioiimsonvi o. Conn:; Peter .4 TV,.,,,
'Wounded, decree undetermined ..... 5 bulik, Hartford, Conn; Richard Van
Died from accident and other causes 2 ' dermoar, Seattle, Wash; Clifford Ward
Washburn, Ituffalo, f. V"; Harold Win-
Total 8 gert, ('rnwfordsville, J ml; Stanley,
Wisse, Detroit, Mich; Bernard Wonlen,
Killed In Action I'elican Rapids, Minn; Howard T.
Id. Kmil H. Lautorwassor, New York You"?' "J1 Wis'
Privates Joseph T. Desmarias, Fall i Wounded, Degraj Undetermined
Kiver, Mass; Lawrence 8. Kawdon, ' orP- Jullu" K- Rnrfh Tan.alio, 111.
Kdwurd Salsgiv- , v '', i'y-
cnlton, Franklin, Pa; Charles William i
Rodmaker, Enhnut, Pa; Antonio Ro- j
sano, Corana, N. Y; Baymond A. Rus -I
sell. Wnlerhurv f'm,n. PI. ....I..- O...UI. ,
....... , V(!l-9 01111111, '
' lllb.nn 14... .!..- IT
v..Lnau, jv, viiunus v. ouprenani
Malta, Mont; Vernet
r, Pittsburg, 1'a.
Died from Accident and Other Causes
Privates Clms. II, Hill, Lambertville,
iN. J; Harold Charles Hubert, Shrevo
' mrt,-N. Y.
Lieutenants Harold K. McGlasson,
'Lincoln, Neb; Henry Jackson I'leacher,
Sergeants Eha .1. lluinbarrof f, Chi
tHgo; John T. Dillon, New Haven, Conn
James Posey, Clnrksvilio, Tenn; Moses
'A. Spry, Klmira, Mich; Daniel Mathias
tt'immens, Newvillo, l'a; Jay L, White,
Privates Wm- J. Drew, Hartford,
Oonnj Dnadrir.k Dupes, Mt, Olivo, Tenn
d'layton Jacobs Durborrovr, llarrisburg,
d'a; Thomas) J, KUington, Pittsboro, N.
J. Will Elliott, Kust K.lli,jay, (Ja; Louis
Farola, Westville, Conn; Fred Franz,
Springfield, 111; Patrick Frine, New
(Haven, Conn; Alfred Gullipoli, New
Jlftven, Conn; Nick (htarnieri, New Ifa
'ven, Conn; Paul Oeorgo Hnben, Butler,
Pa; Ktcphcn B. Hnrnian, Griiham, Va;
iFrauk, Clifford Harvey, Franklin, Pa;
Oadot 0. A. Haugh, Brookville, Pa;
ieo. Hill, Ontario; William John Palm
ier, Franklin, Pa. Anthony Fane, New
Haven, Conn; Robert H. Perkins, Ber
ryville, Ark; Henry Walter Perry, Orr,
Okla; Joseph John Pilus, Newburgh, N.
iY; floorgo Vernon Fortcr, Franklin, Pa
Tuskio Kaney, Public, Ky; John K,
!Uus, fpenncr, Wis; Ceoil Wayne Rey
nolds, Smithport, Pa; Hubert Fishor Rt-
or City, Neb; Ralph Chestnut, Russia
Joe Denuieto, Ituly; Phillip Maquar
New Orleans, La.
ivmed in action i;i
Missing in action ; 28
Wounded severely 72
Tied of disease 4
Wounded, degree undetermined II
JUie) of wounds 1
Wounded slightly 1
Killed in Action
8gt. Zegniond Dluzak, Kankakee, 111
Corp. Roscoe Gray, Lima, 0.
Privates Earl J. Conley, Apollonia,
Wis;' Robert Craig, Centralis, Wasr;
William McKcrites, Cincinnati, 0; 8yl
vnnus llonxie, Nieolin, Me; ICdgnr 11.
Lellnnd, Detroit, Mich; Lee C. Mead
ows, Portland, Or; Michael Noreli, Ja
maica, N. Y; Nels 8. Pedersnn, Will
mar, Minn; Waller Aruud, Worcester,
Mass; William Trieley, Washington. I).
C; Hyrum Hhulzen, Sandy Utah.
Died of Wounds
Lt. Raymond Preston, Chicago
Died of Disease
Privates Stephen S. Boyett, Merid
ian, Miss; Guy 8. Hampton, Des Moines
lu; Jethro MneMalion, Cypress, Tex;
David M. VanMeter, Covington, Tenn.
8gt. Albert Addion, Marion, Ind.
Corporals Homer Heuty, Rosedule, N.
I; William E. fnliflo!.!, Ckarliston.
"'. Ys; ieone E. Dyei, test Milli
noeket, Me; A. W. Janos. Turtie.-rirk
l'a; Roy J- Mercer. Goshen. J n J ; John
ha'tuck, lona. Mich; Jos ph Spieuzza.
Chit-ago; Kred T. Straiidlnira. Pluuier
Musician Wiufeld Leonwar.l Weiste
Pi liae. Mich.
Wagoner Burt II. Durdall. Ilurdltnd
Privates .lames IL Adams. Joplin
Mo; Carroll E. Anderson, New Eng
land. X. D; Walter II. Bastedo, Bar
onne, X. J; Frank August Blaskv. Chi
leao; Carl Buyer. Liadnood, Mo; Bar
vev I llrown, Chesaw, Sash; James t.
I Brown, Middelbournr. W. Va Edwin
; L Kiiirdy, Dayton. Wasii ; Robert J
I Clark, Waynesboro. Pa; Scott M. Cora
i fort, Troy, Pa; Robert H. Courtney,
j Bridger. Mont; Edward J. Darragh
i Butte. Mont: Raymond W. Edwards,
'. Xew Haven. Conn,; Augusta Elbert, To
! ledo, O; Leonard Warren Elrin, Walton
; X. Y; Isaac L. Ervin, Mattoon, III; Ber
nard P. Foley. Minot, X. D; Irank W
(ijiimions. Wakefield, Mass; Raymond
; Gilbert, Celville, Wash; Roderick Gil
len, San Francisco; Clayton Gordon,
Pitfard. N. Y; William Guenther. Hi
kar, Minn; Guiesphe Guglielmini, Oak-
iand. Cul: t lvd O. Helm, Wiiiami, lnu
Samuel P. Herold, Mill Gap. Va; Mel
vin B. Ingerbirgtxen, Radcliffe, la;
Charles August Kangas, Brocket, N. D;
George F. Kelley, Waukeon, la; John
me E. King, Logansport. La; George
McKenzie, Italy, Texas; John F. Ma
cit ienski, Berlin, Wis; Frank J. Mai
son, Wakefield, Mass; Frank Puul Mien
kwicz. Bay Citv, Mich; Courtney M.
Milam, Detroit, Mich; Delbert E. Milke
Milwaukee, Wis; Dan W. Miller, Stan
ton, N. D; Bonnie C Moree, Acree,
Ga; Ben H. Murray, Princeton, W. Va;
Louis Xeslin, Walla Walla, Wash; Rob
erft L. Newton. Bnllston, Va; Elmer
B. O'Connell, Kilboum, Wis; John 1'
Ode, Manvel, X. D; Amil A. Otto, Brook
N. D; James Pad'len, Hamilton, Mont;
Sidney H. Peters, Los Angeles, Cal;
Louis Reisman, New York; Orlando
Robinson, Greenwood, Ind; Wm. .R.
Honey, Brooten, Minn; Udko Shntton.
Philadelphia; Samuel M. Skoein, Minn
eapolis, Minn; Frank W. Springs, Sul
livan, Me; Henry Theodore Swanson,
Rogersville, Pa; Thomas A. Swint, Sum
ner, Wash; Thomas O. Thompson, Port
age, Wis; Thomas Tiernan, Brookline,
Mass; Alfonso A. Tondorf, Los Angeles
Cal; Osi ar E. Waal, Denver, Colo; John
White Eagle, Mauston, Wis; Daniel L.
Williams, Catasauqua, Pa; Douglas
Harmon Woodworth, iiparta, Wis; Geo.
H. McClain, Kimberly. Ala.
Lt. William E. Horn, Milwaukee, Wis
Missing in action 32
Wounded severely 45
Died of disease' 1
Wounded, degree undetermined 4
Died from wounds 7
THE MAKING OF
How Lydia E. Pinkham't
Is Prepared For
A visit to the laboratory where this
successful remedy is made imDres.ws
even tne casual looKfr-on with the reli
ability, accuracy, skill and clesn linos
which attends the making of this great
meuicine ior woman s ills.
Over 350.000 pounds of various herha
are used anuafly and all have to be
gathered at the season of the year when
their natural juices and medicinal sub
stances are at their best
I he most successful solvents are used
to extract the medicinal properties from
Every ntensil and tank that comes in
contact with the medicine is sterilized
and as a final precaution in cleanliness
the medicine is pasteurized and sealed
in steiile bottles.
It is the wonderful combination of
roots and herbsv together with the
skill and care usrd in its preparation
which has, made this famous medicine
w successful in the treatment of
The letters f mm wnmpn mhn knva
been restored to health by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com.
pound which we aw continually pub-
oiLuat tu lis vinue.
AGENTS FOR THE
"Jt ttmJt milt kwW
Your New Fall
William J- Wiedmer, Blnff-
Died of Wounds
Privates Harry Bullock, Ioogootee,
Ind; Frank Cooksley, Weissert, Neb;
Frod E. Jones, llarrisburg, Pa; Will
iam Poiper, Luverne, Minn; Hurry I
Rimstidt, Beloit, Wis; Andy Totti, De
troit, Mich; . Antnnas WaicekausUy,
Brooklyn, N, Y.
Died of Disease
Pvt. Luster Vick, Russellville, Ark.
Corporals William M. Devauoy, South
Chicago; Sturgis F. Dtirgin, The Forks,
Mo; Edwin Henry Griffith, Cotter, la
Kenneth Lyle Groom, Mars, Pa; Jhs,
J. Hulliday, Eureka, Cal; William
Harner, lucres, Va; Oscar Hudson, Nnii
panoe, Ind; Wilfred Huntoon, Bingham
Pa; Howard Paul Shonoffen, C'hnm1
bersbtirg, Pa; Meriel Edward Stnchell
Bradford, Pa; Winner Frank Suders,
ChamberSburg, Pa; Frany Toomey,
uroton, Mass; Uoy U Trebil, Wahpe
on. N. D
Hugler Ralph William Steaffy. Brad-
Cook Alonzo Raymond, llarrisburg,
Privates Raymond H. Ackerman.
uuesbarre, Pa: Arthur W. Altvater
St. Louis. Mo: Charles Waldo Ander-
on, Franklin, Pa; John H. Annel.
Burusvillo, N. C; Anthony P. Arruda,
New Bedford, Muss; William Grover
Beers, Franklin, Pa; Tollie M. Big-
gers, Georgeville., N. C; lsadore Bran
zauo, Brooklyn, X. Y; George Broder-
ck, Staten Island, N. Y; Joseph Bu-
owski, Chicago; Nicholas T. CaDarell.
N'ew York; Adlard A. Clang, Pawtuck-
t, K. j; William K. unvie, Canada:
Wilbur Dotts, Laport, Ind; William H
Hogan, Cobalt, Mo; Harold Howard,
Aotre iMmo,.Jnrt; Walter C;uincy Huck-
berrv, Dill, Okla; Elvind Jaoobson.
'arley, Minn; Clarence R. Johnson, Chi
ago; Carl W. Lawson, Hampton, Conn
rank Lynch, Louisville, Kv: Mat hew
J. McN'ally, Ireland; Clarence McQitit
ty, Buford, O; Julius Malach. Chicaeo:
I A Bully Good '
I oreakxast 1
An improvement over
common corn flakes
Your Grocer Sells Them
Francis W. Maley, Fairhnven, Vt; lav
id Martin, Hindinan, Ky; Jacob C.
Matthews, Red Banks, Miss; Charles
Joseph Murphy, Long Island, N.- Y;
Wm. Henry Nauss, N'ew Cumberland,
Wounded, Degiee Undetermined
Privates Julius Shechtcr, Minneapo
lis, Minn; Vito N. Silletti, Italy; James
Henry Taylor, Fall River, Mass; John
F. Walsh, Chicago.
Missing in Action
L . Reuben L. Paskill, Richmond, Va.
Sgt. Isaac T. Haney, Carbon Hill,
Corp Harold Lester Kratz, Forest
Corp. Walter Edward Reitz, Detroit,
Much. Arthur F. Prescott, Dorchester
Privates Ervin Henry Charles Ad
ler, Monroe, Mich; Jack A. Adler, Cin
cinnati, 0; Raymond R. Albert, In
dianapolis, lud; lsadore Al man, New
York; Louis Arlt, Cincinnati 0; An
thony Frank Banner, Detroit, Mich;
Mortimer Bermaii, Aurora, 111; Eugene
Joseph Bemier, Detroit, Mich; Alfred
Oliver Boudrio, Monroe, Mich; Lloyd
Joseph Boudvie, Monroe, Mich; Ray
Buyer, Ewing, 111; Clarence Brodio.
Monroe, Mich; Roland A. Britder, Mny-
villi', Wis; John Rnvmond Chord, Phil
adelphia, l'a; Harry M- Cooper, C'och-
ranton l'a; Thomas V. Dailey, New
ark, N. J; Josse G. Davis, Weymouth,
Muss; Brune illinm Dunuiore, Mon
roe, Mich; Hamlet Horatio Durant, l)e
troit, Mich; John F. Egan, Bos on,
ilass; Ray K. Creorge, Kolin, Mont;
niirles T. Gotta, Meioit, Ind; John K.
Giuham, Berkeley, Cal; James W. Gucr-
ry, Macon, Ga; Frederick J. Barter,
Witten, S. D; Cleo C Ihichan, Muncic,
lud; Clement W. Hilderbraiul. Seattle.
And ycu will be surprised at the ease and comfort you can get out of such beau
tiful and stylish cuts. They are the very latest designs and yet are, as usual,
lower than common kinds ,for yu get ih Bootery's LOW CASH PRICES.
This elegantly designed shoe in tidier Grey or Field
mouse color with matched cloth top, all leather, French
heels, exquisitely fitting, delightfully comfortable and
will only cost you $9 for a correct fit.
Here are many other Patterns and designs but
these are among the choice numbers.
Here is another favorite with Ladies whose feet ache
and are tired, where comfort is paramount. They
look well, in fact look dressy for a comfort shoe. The
toe is broad enough but not too broad, the vamp just
the right length. Heel low but high enough to pro
perly take care of the arches and altogether a very
desirable shoe, which we sell at .$6.00.
Right shoes,, Rightly Fitted and Rightly Priced
SEE OUR WINDOWS
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MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
Summary of cosunlties to date:
In hands of enemy ..: 11
I Missing 141
The following casualties are report
ed by tho commanding officer of the
American expeditionary forces, includ
ed in above totals:
Killed in action - 2
Wounded severely 2
Wdundod, degree undetermined ........ 4
Missing iu action 10
0. Queck, Jersey City, H. J; Omcr a.
Rico, Valley, Nob; James H. Roberts,
Baltimore, Md; Leslio T. Shapton,
Charlevoix, Mich; Charles M. Slion z,
Shamoakin, Pa; Wilbcrt W. Sinclair,
Woodstock, N. H; Andrew J. Sullivan,
State Lime Board Now
Corvallis, Or., Sept. 16". Ground
limestone for agricultural use can now
bo ordered from the state lime plant
at Gold Hill. The law provides that the
board must svll in car lots only, and
no provision lias leen made for sack.
ing. rjirmers who want less tnan a
ear load may join their neighbors in a
co-operative order. The law specifies
casn in advance ,so all orders must be
accompanied by clrecks. Addres3 or
ders to tho superintendent of the state
lime plant, Gold Bill, Oregon.
Operation of the plant was delayed
by the inability of the board to get the
necessary machinery, says Dr. A. B.
Cordley, director of the O. A. C. experi
ment station and chairman of the board
A spur had to be laid from the mai:j
railway line to the mill, and an aerial
tramway built to the quarry.
Agricultural lime has been placed in
a preferred class for transportation by
the War Priority board, and no great
delay should be met in filling orders
unless th orders exceed the capacity of
A tentative price of $1.75 per ton. ! j.
f. O.'b. Gold Hill, has been fixed for
early orders. If lime can be produced, ;
more cheaply a rebate will 'be granted
The' new freight rates may be had on
application to the superintendent of the
plant, from which farmers may figure
The Journal classified ads are
great favorites with people who
do things Try one.
c,ost laid down at thvir nearest stat
fc (c sfc tfjf C
1 1 pi i m if qai.fI
Vm Perfect B
Of Tha Mm
lafluanca upon The Future Infant.
Kille4 in Action
Sgt. Myron H. Beals, Plymouth, Mich
Pvt. Leo Pitzer, llamersville, O.
Privates Hoy Striegel Burlington,
Kan; Gorge H. Wissman Winetka, 111
Wounded, Desrreo Undetermined
2d Lt. Jacob II. Heckman, Elizaboth,
Wounded, degree undetermined. Pre
viously reported missing in action:
Privates Max Bradley, Russia; Will
iam B. BaJlinger, Dayton, O; Oust A.
Birttnen, St. Paul, Minn,
x Missing in Aotion
Privates Louis J. Boudeau, Cohoes.
N Y; Jesse B. Johnson, Spokane. Wash
John Kumwski, Albion, N. Y; Arthur
Before the arrival of baby knowrinr womea
Tor over half a centurf have lued with
TTilsFity th time-honored preparation,
Hfrn li a moat wonderful application foe :
',, atxlomrn and braaata. It penetrnte
Jio n-.ujclcs, ligaments and ttsanea, render- i
ii tlivui pliant to raadu yield to natnra'i
leniaud fur expansion.
Br Its tut the aniloua weeks of Dremancy
ira made comfortable. Tha usual wrench
ng strain, bcarlnrrdimn and atretchlnf palna
ire counteracted. The aystem la prepared
'or the cominr event, and its uh brint
Kit, repose and happy anticipation.
Ty the feeular use of Mother's Friend dar
ns; the period the muscles expand easier wben
nby axrlTes, and naturally the pain and
ianrer at the criala la less.
alother'f Friend Is prepared after tbe tor
x'lli of a njted family doctor by the Brad
Held Regulator Co., Lamar Bldf, At
lanta, Ua. lt Is for external use only; Is
absolutely and entirely safe and wonder,
.Slly effective. Write them for their Instruc
tive and interesting "Motberbood Book."
There Is a wtalth of Instruction and com
fort to be ilerlred In roadlnf this little
bonk.1 )t la plainly written Just what every
woman wants to know and will be a splen
did little teit book of abidance, not only
for yourself but will mate you h.lpfnl to
others, and In the meantime obtain a bottle
nf Mother's Friend from the druggist, and
Urns fortify yourself against pals, and dl
CATTLE AND SHROPSHIRE SHEEP
Having rented my farm I will sell at public auction
on my farm, known as "Beaver Glen Stock Farm"
3 miles northeast of Sublimity and 5 miles east of
. Shaw Station on
FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1918.
Sale Commencing at 10 a. m.
Lb1vTare', 6JTS, ?M' wei8ht lti0; 1 sorrel h. 3 vears old,
weijjht 1-ioO; I lades' dining 10re, 9 years old, weight 1030; 1 light
driving horse, wcifht 1000; 4 registerei! Durham bulls; My herd bull
Wis Charm ' 3 years old, bread and raised by Gibson Estate of
talifwnia; "Gibson , 16 month old, Good enough to head anv herd;
Woodrow, U months old, color red; Koosevclt 10 months old color
roan; aveu registered cows from 3 to 10 years old all d"ue to calf
from ''Gibson t'harm"; 5 head of common dairy cows; la head ree
isteedyearing shoryishire lambs; 10 head registered ram lambs; 5 head
Shropshire ewes; 14 head Shropshire lambs; 10 head goats wethers 1
registered Billy goat; Some young shoats, full blood Berkshire; sev
eral dozen chickens; 2 Deeriag binders in good shape- 1 3'4 Mardt
wagon rack bed; 1 3V4 Pushford wagon; 1 farm truck, 1 hay rack-9-foot
spring tooth harrow, 3 drag harrows; 1 Acme harrow- garden
cultivator 2 No. 50 plows; 1 Deering mower; 1 Deering rake; 1 double
disk an Brust drill almost new; 1 buggy, 1 hack; Iron kettle, cider
mill; 1 Fanning mill, platform scale;. Sharpie! Cream Separator, No.
4; 8-foot merry go round; Gasoline tank, 55 gallon; 2 set heavy harness
some plow harness; double driving harness; phonograph with 80 records.
TERMS : All sums of $19 and under, cash. Over $10
one year's time with bankable notes at 8 per cent in
terest No property to be removed until settled for.
The Waldo Hills Wahi Club will serve lunch, the pro
ceeds will be for the boys at the front
Farmers & Merchants Bank, J. T. Hunt,
A. L. STEVENSON, Auctioneer. .