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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1918. ? - SEVEN
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. 1
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIYE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET WE RECOMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
JaJrMt Keetria Co, Uasoale Temple, 127 North Hii-k,
DBS. B. K. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
Herve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy. Kirk
Tille, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Loa
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85.-. Residence,
1620 Court Phono 2215. Dr. White
Bes. Phone 469.
DB. P. L. UTTER, DENr UT, ROOMS
413-114 Bank of Commeroe building.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men 'a clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musicfl instruments,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, , suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
nd furniture. Capital Exchange 33T
Court strcot, Phone 493.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Oer Ladd & Bush bankj Salem Oregon
ir.un.HAU lAKa LiUAJNH 6 per
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple. Ba'om, Oregon.
FOR SALE 230 acres, 100 in cultiva
tion balance in pasture and timber
Fine stream of water, good buildings
and good road, 3-4 mile from a live
ly saw mill town. Will take good
house and lot in Salom as part pay
ment. Price $00 per acre. Phone 470
Square Deal Realty Company. U. S.
Banb Building, Salem. . '. 7JL7
BALEM SCAVENGER Charles' Soot
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
Linds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone, Main
2247. Residence Main 2273.
FOR A WOOD SAW Phone 1090-R-
1255 N, Summer St. Our pricos are
right. W. M. Zandnr. proprietor. 9-19
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Nieme'yer, Real
xaiaie Jigeni;, uanaaa lianas, 644 "state
1 HE FIXIT SHOP Let is rcoalr unrl
Sharpen your lawn mowars. 267 CouTt
Phone 1022. tf
8T0VE8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
60 years experience, Pepot, National
ana American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, etc
"Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
850 Court street. Phone 124-
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andrcsen, C. C. F. J. Kunt
K. B. & S. '
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Ctirhp No. 5248 meet
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. B. F. Day, V. C.j F. A.
- Turner, clerk. -
BALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Loa Tillson,
ecretary. All ease of cruelty or ne
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secrctay tor investiga
tion. EOYAt NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
''Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St.
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday of
each month, at S p. m in L O. O. r .
Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.;
C. A. Yibbert, secretary, 34() Owens
4c When you nse Journal elassifi-
4c ed ads get what you want them
to they work fast.
NOTICE OF SALE
Of Government Timber, General Land
Washington, D. O, August 29, 1918.
Notice ia Hereby given that subject
to the conditions and limitations of
the act of June 9, 1915 (39 Stat., 218)
and tln instructions of the eeciewry
of the interior of September 15, 1917,
the timber on the following lands will
be sold October 23, 1918, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at public auction at the United
states land office at Portland, Oregon,
to the highest bidder at not less than
the appraised value aj shown ty this
notice, gale to be subject to tha approv
al of the secretary of the interior. The
purchase price, with ai additional
sum of one fifth of one per cent there
of, being commissions allowed, must be
deposited at time of sale, money to be
returned if sate ib not approved, other
wise patent will issue for the timber
which must ba removed within ten
years.. Bids will be received from cit
izens of the United States associations
of such citizens and corporations organ
ized under the laws of the United
States or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Upon application of
a qualified purchaser, the timber on
any legal subdivision will be offered
separately before being included in any
oiler of a larger unit.
T. 11 13., R. IE. See. 27, NW SW
, red fir 1275 M., white fir 75 M.,
none of the red fir or white fir to b(
sold for less than (1.50 por M.
Commissioner General Land Office.
Wheat, soft white $1.942
Wheat, lower grades oa sample
Hay, oats ....
Barley, ton ..
Hnv. cheat, new . . 24
Mill run 37fi38
Butter , 67c
Creamery butter ,-, ,y 06e
Pork, Veal ana Mutton
Perk, on foot ......... , 1818e
VeiU, fancy .
Cowa . ....
Sjfring lambs 12c
Tambs, yearlings 67o
tigs ana -founry
Eggs, cash , 47c
Hens, live .............. .. i.... 22c
Old roosters ... 1315e
Sweet potatoes . . . 5o
Onions, local i............ $2.25
uauDage .i....... ................. iyn Lewis, arrived home for a short fur
Carrots .. ... ......... 2c lough. - ,
Tomatoes : $1. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney, of
Egg plant 8c
Ulack figs, 25 25 lbs. - 4.50
Figs, 4 ok packages $5
Figs, 6 07,, packages $4.50
Fio-s. 8 ok. nackaires . 3.50
Figs, 10 lb. fancy $2.25
Figs, 10 lb. ex. faney .. $2.50
Retail Prices ,
Creamery butter 72c
Flour, hard wheat .... $S(33.24
Country butter 65c
Eggs, dozen D5G0c
For sugar permits go to C. M. Lock
wood, food administrator, 214 North
No limit on purchases of flour.
I'ortiana, ur., oept. za. ouiier, city
Kggs, selected local ex. 6J(a&te -
Cheese triplets 35(g30e
DAILY LIVE STOCK MARKET
Portland, Or., Oct. 9. Butter, city
4Tone of market steady, unchanged
Prime steers $12(?13
Choice to good steers $1112
Medium to good steers $9.75((ill
Fair to medium steers $8.2o9.25
Common to fair steers $6(ci8
Choice cows and heifers $8(&9
Medium to good cows and heifers $6
Fair to medfum eows and heifer 5
Stockers and feeders $68
Tone of market lower
Prime mixed $18-75S)19
Mediuim mixed $18.50(S18.75
Rough heavies 116.73(517
Pigs l-).oO(a 16.50
Tone of market stesdy, unchanged
rrime lambs 1214
Fair to medium lambs t9igll
Ewes fl-50(a.9 ,
II ll TIL
(Effective October 3, 1918.)
Main Line. -
No. 16 Oregon Express . 6:55 a. ra
No. 54 Orogonian 5:05 a. m.
No. 28 Willamette Limited -9:15 a. mJ
No. 18 Portland Passenger 1:20 p. m
No. 24 Coos Bay Limited 4:00 p. m
No. 14 Portland Express 7:55 p. m
No. 53 Oregonian 3:20 a. m.
No. 23 Coos Bay Limited 9:42 a. m
No. 15 California Express 10:58 a. m.
No. 17 Roseburg Passenger 9:33 p. to.
No. 27 Willametted Limited..5:54 p. in.
No. 13 'Frisco Express 4:18 p. m.
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a. m
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:10 p. m.
SALEM, FALLS CITY b WESTERN.
161 Leaves Salem, motor 7:00 a.m.
163 Leaves Salem, motor 9:28 a.m.
165 Leaves Salem, motor .-1:55 p.m.
(Through car to Monmouth and Arlie.)
171 Leaves Salem 6:15 p.tu
162 Arrives St Salem 8:25 a.m
164 Arrive at Salem i 11:00 a. m.
166 Ari-rcs at Salem 3:20 p.m.
172 Arrives at Salem 7:40 p.m.
Train Leave Arrive Arrive
No. Portland Salem Eugene
5 Ltd... 8:15am 10:15 am 12:30 pm
7 . 10:40 am 12:50 pm Salem only
9 . 2:05 pm 4.12 pm 6:35 pm
13 Ltd...... 4:45 pm 6.40 pm 8:50 pm
17 .-6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
19 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
scnool train from woottDurn, nr-
nv :60 except eaturuay ana
.Sunday - . ...
I (North Bank Station (leaving Jefferson
Street 15 and 20 minutes later.) .
Train Leave Arrive
No. Eugene Salem
6 - 7:15 am 9:20 am
No. 04 to Woodburn 8:55 a. m. except
Saturday and Sunday.
'10 Ltd 7:25 am 9:45 am 11:30 am
- 12:15 pm 2:25 pm
Ltd 1:40 pra 4:uu pm 6:&u pin
20 5:30 pm 7:40 pm'.
22 - 5:25 pm 7:55 pm 10:00 pm'
(North Bank Station (Arriv Jeifeison
stroct 15 minutes oarlier.
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem
s:L'U am ........jSortlibouiul 9:4a am
2:41 pm. .Northbound.... 4:00 pm
6:18 am..........Northbound..........7:55 pm
Leave Salem Arrive Corvaflig
10:15 am Southbound 11:37 am
4 :li! pm Southbound 5:40 pm
6:40 pm Southbound -8:00 pm
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Stayton, Ore., Oct. 9. Edward For-
rette, who is with the colors at Camp
Salem, visited Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Clark.
Mr and Mrs. Cleveland, of Medford
are visiting in town. Mis. Clovcland
jg tnc mothcr of Mr. F. I. Jones.
T an ,!.. .;tl, nf
. . , . ma . ,n.
UJ,, V- mr
Mar Henkol and Clinton Park-
er- Re'lne- Dla",,e,1 A1.bany
011 Thursday of last week, springing a
Surprise on their numerous friends. Mrs.
Parker is well known and has many
friends in Stayton, where she resided
for many years, and for some tim was
employed in one of the stores She has
the past few months been conducting!
a store for Potter (c Hill at Rcdho,
station on the C. & E. at Detroit, and
hag also ben acting as postmistress,
They will make their home at that!lih-Cf
place, where her husband is also em-
Mrs. J, R. Miller and sister, Mrs.
Thompson, arc visiting their brother
j0hn Smith, at Bilverton.
Andrew Duman, wife and daughter
of Idaho, are visiting wjth P. 'i. .tl
and other friends on Fern Ridge. lUr
Duman formerly resided here.
Mr. and Mrs. Mickelbach, of Walla
Walla, visited several days last week
with the Matthieu and Ncibert famil
ies. Mr. and Mrs. Weis, of Mt.' Angel
. .l . T l, .. I -.... i , ii i . .
I visii-u av uuiiu jcrucr s me lirsv Of liie
Nairn Siegmund, who is on0 of Un
clo Sam's employes, in the lumber W.
dustry at Astoria, spent Sunday with
his parents on Fern Itidge.
Bernard Kleckcr has gone for a visit
with liig daughter, at Diamond Bluff,
Wis. It is some time since Mr. Klccker
.has been in that portion of the country.
Friday night some marauder entered
the home of Leo Rock in the west part
of town by cutting a screen aud open
ing a window. AB nothing was taken
it is suspected that he heard some of
the people is the house moving about
Mrs. W. F. Eollis was at Scio Sunday
to visit her father, Mr. Beard, who is
in very poor livalth.
A. D. and Grant Murphy and O. .
Gardner are putting in a saw mill on
the Fery place, a couple miles cast of
town. The mill will have a capacity of
10,000 feet per day.. -
Carl Fryer came over from Corvallis
Sunday for a visit with his wife.
W. A. Weddfe and wife left the last
of the week for Portland, where he at
tended the undertakers' convention.
From there they go to Seattle to visit
relatives, and will also tako a look at
Camp Lewis before they return.
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General Pershing's Official Report
The following casualties are reported
by the commanding general of .the Am
erican expeditionary forces:
Killed in action .63
Missing in action ...
Wounded severely :. ,;.,:,1.64
Died .of wounda 29
Pied of accident and other cause 52
Died of disease ..... . , 25
Died from aeroplane accident 2
Wounded slightly . , , 1
Killed in Action.
Capfain Arthur Ellis Hamni, New York,
n. y. ,
- LKutenant Frank J. Baumert, Col
lege Point, N. Y.
- Wendell P. Hav, Elgin, 111.
Frank D. Haseltine, Belfast, Me. -Charles
O'Brien, Wilkes Barrie, Pa.
Frank M. Thompson, Raliegh, N. C.
: Robert A. Davis; Reading, Pa.
Vedder Dunn, Windsor, Out., Canada.
Edward C. Hearman, Wyandotte
Puter C. Ebbert, Glenrock, N. J.
Sergeants Georgc W. Aekley, Idaho
State Penitentiary, Boise, Idaho.
John A. Murphy, New York, N. Y.
Mark A. Pooley, Webster City, Ia.
Herbert Richardson, New York, N. Y
Corporal, Frank L. Atkins, West Phil
Joseph G. Arnilstvad, Hopkinsvillo
James Frederick Chelberg, Sag Har
William P. Gross, New York, N. Y.
John T. Pedicord, Oakdalo, Pa.
Robert Smith, Emery, 8. D.
Raymond J. White, Millor, la.
Dock Hill, Huntsvills, Ala.
Wagoner Desire J. Dv-grave, Oconto.
Wis. . .- , - -
Mechanics Josepj. Hottinger, Syracu
se, N. Y.
Harry Roy, Paoll, Okln.
Cooks William Shefrin, Broolftvn, N.
Jacob Tinsdn, New York, N. Y..
Privnes Marco iBartoliiio, Italy.
; Charlca Bauer, Ncw.Y'ork, N. Y.
Charles R. Blativelt, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clarence ButlerJ Roekwood, Tenn.
Cornvlius J. Byrne, Philadelphia, Pa.
L. D .Cayne, Detroit, Mich,
Patrick Coffey, Brooklyn, N. Y,
James Cook, Victor, N. Y,
Jack Fostor, Daylight, Tenn.
"'"; f" , f
Clark H. Goflman, Detroit, Mich.
Vv ' V?"' '
Abner T. Haukins, Willianisport, O.-
bverro Hanson, Coming, Iv. Y.
Hilmer Edward Jeppson, Chappell
John E. Johnson, Arlngton, N. J.
Ralph John Kltzhjy, Oakmont, Pa.
Vincent Konopko, Buffalo, N. Y.
Wocjclcch Lefek, Cleveland, O.
Charles Loionz, Collego View, Nob.
Honry Leo McCormiick, Buffalo, N.Y,
iMcola Martucci, Wooulawn, Pa.
Theodore Moss, Fowler, Colo.
William Shannon Noggle, Harrisliurg
Thomas J. O'Connor, Now York, N.Y
Honry A. Ondcrdonk, Chantom, Ala.
. Noah B. Patterson, Willmar, Minii.
Fred G, Peetas, Clinton, Ia. .
Mark Peunachio, New York, N, Y.
Hum Flis, t.evoiand, O.
Edward Hoi bins, New York, !s. Y.
. Thmopson Voraoa liobiusin, Young-
. Charles Rosalia, Brooklyn, N. Y.
T'dward J. Russell, Niles, O.
Honry Schntt, Toledo, O.
Muiahall Scott, Chariot twsvllle, O,
Died of Wonnds.
Licutneauts Lewis Hudson Boss
Washington, D. C.
Wallace Mclvor . Woody, Louisville,
Peyton V. Deese, Skipporvillc, Ala.
Sergeants Ie Somers, Pontiae, 111.
Edward B. Watson, Fallingston, l'a.
Corporals Ralph Ellis, Iowa City, In.
Isndore HornsMn, Newark, N. J.
Andrew Sivloy, Beevillo, T-uns.
Doniimck C'apervitch, Scranton, Pa.
Florence F. btrassor, rittsourr;, Va.
af,oner George J. Milcy, Boiji, li.'a-
oo nETAQ A v.. dajdu. bff.
Privates Walter Briel, Rv-ading, Pa
Rube H. Brock, Kusscllvlllc, Okla.
John T. Cilcman, Elir.abeth, N. Y.
William H. Dabnc, Yamacraw, Ky.
Francis L. Debrunrrer, Lodgepole, Neb
Georgc AV. Klein, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Henry E. Makyvs, Onondaga, N. X,
Francis E. Michaels, Conncrsville,
Joseph A. Miller, Chariest own, Moss.
John J. Murphy, New York. ,
Nelson Strauss, New York.
Joseph Wolf, Jr., T.rooklyn.
Joseph C. Chnpas, Kenosha, Wis.
Stephen V. Derig, New York.
Jason Harrison H'Hiaker, Drair, Ta.
Vincent Bovere, Astoria, N. Y.
Died of Disease.
Capt. Lawrence Burrows, Jr., Buffa
lo, N. Y,
Roy Gilbert Berk. dbach, Latrobe, Pa.
Elmer E. Watkins, Donver, Colo
Corp. John F. Cloppcr, Boonsboro,
Corp. Glenn E. Mathvws, Farmers
ftamnel M. Arthur Evington, Vift
Mike J. Becker, Delphi, Ind.
Henry H. Bcllomy, Huntington, W.
Hilton E. Boring, Huff, Indiana Co.,
John H. Croft, Gadsden, Ala.
Robert Lee Dean, Tytv, Ga,
Robin A. Eaflt.Rced City, Mich!
Bert A. Graves, Di-Ucvae, Neb.
Leo Hooser, Fort Gay, W. Va,
Solomon Jones, Q'lltman, Ga.
Albert Koca, Chicago, 111.
Lonnie Konn, Columbia, 8. C.
John ('. Long, Anna, Texas.
John Novak, Garfield, N. J.
Marvin B. O 'Flaherty, Hugo, Okla.
Ralph Pol, Chester, ".
Vincent J. Powers, Chicago.
Willie Truitf, Houston, Texas.
Heuol P. Swank, Singers Glen, Va,
Joseph Whalea, Somervilie, Mass.
Died from Aeroplane Accident.
Lt. Edward R. Kingsland, Holyoko
Pvt. Harry KleJuheuz, Tiffin, Ohio.
Died from Accident and Other Cans
Corp. John J). Puckett, Dayton, Ohio
Pvt. Walter A. Kuykendall, Alraa,
Killed in action : 62
Missing in action . i .x.; 1
Wounded severely .. .;..!..... 163
Died of disease 26
Died of accident and other causes.... 1
Died of wounds . 36
Died from airplane accident Si
Wounded, degree undetermined a
Killed in Action
ftardner Greene, Charlotte, N C."
Charles A Learned, Detroit, Much.
Harry C Horton, Columbia, 8 C.
Raymond A Berkemeyer, Brooklyn
Edward T Hayes, Brooklyn
Mark S Reed, Stover, W Va.
Frank B Correll, Perry, Mo.
Benton E Duncan, Vinita, Okla.
James P Herron Millvalc, Pa.
Isaac E Holloway, Marion, Ind. e
Goo P Kriehaum, Gerald, Mo.
Wm Maly, Chicago
e Maurice E Potter, Baltimore, Md.
Zosmeo Pnojetf, Boston
Thomas S Robinson, Burgettstown,Pa
Harry C Tucker, Knoxville, Tenn.
Orel Dean, Indianapolis, Ind.
Louis P Doniareo, New York . .
Henry Dittner, Rochester, N Y.
JohnP Ditty, Bemont, 111.
Wm Doyle. Jr, Montgomery, N Y.
Sam'l H Duncan, Cumberland Gap,
James DurWn, Garfield, Ky.
Prentice S Edwards, Union, Miss.
Richard Farrell, Brooklyn, N Y.
Elias E Getman, Brooklyn
Alfred J Huette, New York
Ned Koskins, Vinita, Okla.
Charles Janets Traf ford P.
Henry Kane, Brooklyn
John Kyawski, Toledo, O.
Jacob Levy, New York
John F Leyj Pittsburg
Charles O Lind, Brooklyn'
Walter H "Looft, Ledgard, la.
' Fritz W Martin, Yakima, Wash.e
Trueman Melvin, Indianapolis, Ind.
Willio Myhre, Bronson, Minn.
Maximo Ortega, Elvira, N M.
Henry B Pratt, Arcadia, N Y.
Harry J Kuttenbury, Plymouth, Mich
Henry E Reeves, Atlantic City, N J.
Bandar! J Roid, Colorado Springs
Alexander Ross, Broadview, Mont
Ernest Swan, Battle Creek, Mich.
Harold C Todd, Norristown, Pa.
John WarhowiaH, Shamokin, Pa.
Frank S Brindza, New York
Joseph W Byars, Perlldo, Ala.
Joseph H Day, Castle, Uklu.
Jno Fischer, Greenpoiut, N Y. i
Francis O'Meara, New York
David I Westland, Akron, O.
Paul H Wcter, Buffalo, N Y.
Eugone Wilson, (,'levolanil, O.
Charles A Stoiiestreet, Jr, Columbus,
Patrick Tangney, New York
Roy Taylor, Rushville, Mo.
Sidney VansindeTcn, Montborne, Wn
Robert E Weekly, Redmond, 111.
. Andrew J Wroblcwski, Oconto, Wis.
Died from Wounds
Max Marowitz, McKeysport, Pa.
'Horace B Hcnnlon, Brooklyn
Chaplain Michael W Keith, New
John E Heinemaiiu, New Rocholle,
Daniel R Michelson, Salt Lake City
Bernard V Rogersi Philadelphia
8te.hen WVonder'smittt, Upper Dar
tln n r 'A. -J ' Bustave Krnost JNeison, jamcsiow..,
When Cross, Fevensh Ano'N.Y. v t
" . n..l.l.. ut .Trtrnh. Mont.
Sick Giye ' "California
Syrup Of Figs"
Children love this "fruit laxative"
and nothing else cleanse the tender
stomach, liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop play
inz to einntv the bowels, and the result
is, they becomo tightly cioggcu wun
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach
sours, then your little one becomes
cross, half sick, feverish, don't eat,
shjop or act naturally, breath is bad,
system full of coin, has sore inroai,
stomachache or diarrhoea. Listen. Moth Wounded In Action (Degree Undeter
er! Heo if tongue is coated, then give mined)
a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Corp. Dewey H. Bear, Piano, Iowa.
Figs," and in a few hours all the con-j
stipated wasrasour bile snd undigest
ed food misses out of the system, and
-..,1 In few hours nil the con-
you have a well, playful child agnin.
Millions of mothers give "Califor
nia Syrup of Figs," because it is per
fectly harmless; children love it, and
it never fails to act on tne bioiiich,
liver snd bowels.
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," which
has full directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown ups plainly
firinte,! on the bottle. Beware of eoun-
' terfcits sold here. Get the genuine,
made hv "California Fia Syrup Com-
Ipany." Refuse any other kind with
OLD HOTEL CLERK FOOLED
A -'western senator who loves a good joke a few days 8go stated to some
of his personal friends at the eapitol an amusing incident that happened re
cently in his own family.
shortly after we came to Washington my wife's hair began to torn
gray,'-i the senator said. ''I never eiw anyone so distressed as Helen was.
She fretted every time she looked into a mirror, and the more she fretted the
grayer she grew. .. - .
"She took it so to heart that I suggested that she dye her hair, but she
wouldn't listen to that. 1 suggested a wig, but that wouldn't do cither.
"When we went west for the summer, someone told her about a prepara
tion called Q-Ban Color Restorer. When she was convinced it wasn't a dye,
J she triod -it, and sure enough the gray
iv. tae tiaio w werv rt-uuj tu iciujj u
"We went to the notel wnere we irequentiy etop, and my wife Happened
to walk up to the desk with me. The clerk was an old friend of mine, and
40 nearly knocked my breath away when
connecting room for your daughter ' "
- Corporals -
Charles G Fitzpatrick, Tittsburg
Frank Geeslin, Cutbert, Ga.
John Q Jones, Blackburn, Ark.'
Herman G Syphurt, Bessemer, Ala.
jFrank B Swift, Forest Park, 111.
Peter Valente, Youngstown, O,
Cook Ferdinand N Hess, Cleveland O
Bianco Bernardo, Bessemer, Mich,
James B Bunce, Brooklyn
Walter R Conklin, Springfield, Mass.
Joseph Edwards, Cambridge, Mass.
Irving J Farley, Hancock, Vt.
Edward D Fisher, Plain, N M.
James G Foley, New York
, Stuart Fraser, Buffalo, N Y.
Adam Haiman, Buffalo, N Y.
Robert P Harris, East Tallasseo, Ala
"Peter T Knab, Brooklyn
John H McKee, Laurel, Mont.
Cona'A Mea, Brooklyn
Harold C Nelson, Rice Lakc,Wis. ,
Leonard R Odom, Enterprise, Ala.
Walter W Pairadeo, Holyokc, Mass.
Eddie B Pettit, Washington, Ta.
Wm L Reynolds, New York
James F Smith, Brewton, Ala.
James D B Tiffany, jsew.xorn
Died of Disease
Francis M Glynn, Francklin, N J.
Vanhorn D Wolfe, !hathaui, N. Jv .
Pvte Giles, Jacksonville-, Fla.
Edward J Lyuch, Larue, O. , . ,
Jorome G Moischke, Racine, Wis.
" Wagoner Dewey Miller, Kansas City
Mo.- . , . .
Nurse Frances W Moeschen, New X
Cook Doc Clemens, Macon, Ga.
.William P Allison, Worcester, Mass.
Anion h Bedonbaugh. Lake City, Fla
Raymond A Lyons, Fitchburg, Mass.
Holmes E Marblo, Buchanan, Mich.
Edward J Mulligan, Corry, Pa.
Eugene Swenteck, Chicago
Thomas Ware, KeysviUo, Ga.
John J Doyle, Ernest, l'a:
Fred Ksenhutr, East Liverpool, U.
Charlio Harris, Prospect, Va.
Walter C Crmn, Walkcrville, Md.
William S Miller, Westminster, Mass.
Cecil H Myers, St Joseph, Mo.
.T Reillv. Philadelphia
Henry W Richardson, New Albany,
Charles M Robinson, Vinccnnes. Ind.
Albert R Wyerman, DuucanHVille, O
Died from Airplane Accident
Lt. Robert O Nimocks, Winston &1
lem, N O. ' , . . ' .
vt Wm J Havden. at. uu's, ""
Died from Accident and Other Causes
Pt Samuel C Boiler, I'otiaicn, iuu, ,
Capt Eugene I Foster, Sioux mi's, w
Hgt Thomas i wuiau, "
Hgt. Edward J MeGuire Richland
Center, Wis. n.,.,..A
Corp. Clifford V rsarney,
Mech Edward T warn, uiu,
Mont. ' .
Peter Bekkw, Great raus, moui.
Albert.-G Clayton, Salt Lake City,
Theodore Jones, Los Angeles, Cal.
Wm B tanlcy, Colorado Springs
Alvin Teel, Santa Ana, Cal. . - .
Roy E Dagget, Dayton, VUbu.
Ravtnonrl C, Davidson, CHtumwa, Ia.
John Dolrin, New York, '
Elmer B. Duryee, Waarsaw, N. Y.
Frank M. Ferris, Christoiher, UJ.
Fritz Funk, Wycombe, Pa.
John J. Gagg, Vernon, N. Y.
Owen M. (Inlahro. Arden, la.
Robert P. iiebort, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Alfred G. Greevcs, Collins, Mo.
Charles Haller, Sun Francisco, Cal-
Jepthy lrby, Merimrd, Texas.
John A, Johnson, Lasullo, 111.
Stniiliius, Kasuba, Hanitramck, Mich.
Harry D. Kearns, Altoona, Pa, ;
Kavmond X. Kelly, Altoonu, Pa..'.
John J. Klempkc, Reading. Pa.
Arthur P. Kre-span, Warren, Pa.
T T. T.iitiortV. MOSCOW. Idaho '
HUB " j..v.., . w
Wm ,1. MeAveri, Weshawkcn. N. J.
lthyn Elliott. Mc Kask ill, Birmingham
Francis Margay, Philadelphia, Pa.
GuiiMetzler, Franktown, Colo.
Geo. Mihaluk, Hamtramck, Mich.
Clarence Nading. Nederville, Iowa.
iioi,,h J Pierce. Albany. Ga,
Charles M. Price, McKeesnort, Pa.
, Mike Rudnoy, Detroit, Mich. .
Domiano Cuccione Di Salvatorc, Mon
Pedro Handles, Arroyohond, N. Mex
Geo. Seymorc, Middlceboro. Ky.
Charles Nicholas Hiliig, Detroit, Mich-
Wm. C. Smith, Atlanta, Ga.
Ralph W. Souder, Bethlehem, Pa.
Fence Ktrond. L'niontown, Pa.
Wm. Sykes, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Stanley W. Thomas, Lehi, Utah.
(ieo. Woods, Brooklyn) N. Y.
Charles Petor iOens, .nica((u. in-
Privntn A. Botta. New lor,
Missing In Action
Lieutenant Wm. D. Tipton, Jarrctts-
Corp. John Benkleinan, Madison. Wis.
Privates Nick Joseph . Bychinskl,
Porter R. Doughtic, l-.utauia, aia.
Raymond Ercanbrack, Buckholts,
Walter Anthony Griffor. Wetroit,
Mich. - . .
Okey V. Hambrick, Bluejay, w. va.
Thomas E. Kyle, Scottsboro, Ala.
Jan. McEntee, Kan Jose, Cal.
Niels ( Nielsen New London, Conn.
Robert D. Ramsey. Marshall, N. C.
Edgar Herbert Redlin, Elroy, Wis.
hairs began gradually to disappear.
t Htwiugiun, sue aciuuiiy iuu&ea
he said: ,' Senator, would you like
Charley S.' Soadlock, Franklin, Aria,
Joseph A. Verwohlt, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Peter Warciki, South Hold, N. Y.
Jno. Nicholas Zanetakis, Detroit,
Private Frank Bunch, Blytheville,
Arkansas. , " '
Marine Corps Casualties.
Summary of casualties to date.
Deaths i .. - - 44
Wounded .... 75
In hands of enomy ..... .
Missing . ..
Grand Total.... ,
Tho following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of tha
American expeditionary forces (includ
Jed in above total):
Killed in action la
Died of wounds received in action 3
Died of disease 3
Wounded in action (sevorely)......... 2-t
Wounded in action (slightly) X
In hand of enemv ,.,.......... 1
Missing m action
.. . 7
Killed in Action
Captain Wm. B, Black, Philadelphia,
Hnnnnil T.ientent Aobert C. SilUOndk .
Los Angolos, Calif.
Gua Sergeant Georgo, Gregory, Ply
mouth, England. '
Edward B. Abrams, Parkridge, N. J,
Arthur W, Fleming, Pittsburgh, Fa.
Erling E. Gulbrandsen. Baltimore,
Benj. F. Moseley, Stockbridge, Ga.
Jas. F. Stcf fol, Charleston, W. Va.
Killed in Action, Prevlously Reporte
Second Lieutenant Thomas Brails-
ford, Houston, loxa.s
Corporal Leslie T. Shapton, Charlvoix
f ,; privates.1
"Ernest J. Ferranti, .W. Bridgcwator,
Dnvid .T. Hillerv. Buffalo, N. Y.
'.Died of Wounds Received In Action.
Sergeaut James A. Osborne, Dante,
Corporal Bay R. Dodson, t hicago. 1U
Private Tensley Davis, EUijay, Ga.
. Died of Disease . -Captain
Rupert M. Burstan, Middle-
Private Sylvester JJewitt, oummer
Wounded. In Action (Severely)
First Lieutenant John F. D. Horn, Ft.
Second Lieutenant Charlce F. Dalton,
New Y'ork, i
Goo. Ehrhart, Jr. Lancaster, Pa.
John G. Schneider, Ht. Joseph, Mo.
Sergeants Russell M. Frederick, Cum'
Oplo L. Waggoner, Blckleton, Wah.
Corporal Allen B. Tilghman, St,
Louis, Mo. t
Bugler John J. Mulqueen, Ridgowood
N. J , .
Privates Robert C. Atkins, St. Loui
Elwood H. Best, Woodland, Pa.
Thomas J. Cadell, St. Louis, Mo.
Richard L. Fruin, East St. Louis. Mo,
Adam Gruntowici, Bultimore, Md.
Stanley Jagosa, Springfield, 111.
Charles J. Lloyd. Peekskill. N. Y.
Glen McDermott, Alton, 111.
John Pawlawskl, Detroit, Mich.
Charles C Wright, (Juebec, Canada.
Christ Wucthcrieh, Evnnsville, Ind.
Jim Harding Wants To Hear
From Some Of His mends
J. R. Harding of Co. 19, H. B. C, camp
k earnev. Calif., writes that 1 would
like to hear from some of his friends i
this part of the world. He says he ii
now waiting for his transfer into the
wireless division of tho signal corps and
l . pes that ho will be sent overseas.
licremng to scvorai aciiuaimaiHJt--", r
writes! "1 have had soveral Uttorl
i:- .1 Enrl Headrick. He 1, In Fiauc
yeing it nil and likes it fine. Milto
Turner, of Salem, Is in Guam, and ls
very well . isfiod with navy tif Irt
wo'ibi raihor be in France. Ch'.r!
Lrittiii.ugh 'S in Fort Gibson, Alaska,
and iretMng very peeved at the quiet
,f :nr4 hlmul life.
S,i vou "e w are all rather wirtcrf
separated but .U Ughling for lhe sniu
cause. TiiiH is some camp, quite a 1U'
different from Die oid homo life. JSvjji"
d '.y e see aeroplanes overhead doing
all kind of stunts practicing up for the
Hum. I would appreciate very muck
il sui.ie of my old friends would diop
mo a line as we sure look forward to tk
onilng ol the mails."
want ad is
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onaenui . .