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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON MONDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1918.
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"From Over There" . X
General-Pershing's Official Report r4
The following casualties are reported
d by the commanding general of the
nioriean expeditionary force:
Killed in action w 102
Missing in action 165
Wounded, degree undetermined 278
Died of airplane accident
lhed of accident and other causes 9
Jied of disease 185
lied of wounds ..112
iWounded severely ' 155
Slightly wounded i ?
Among the casualties mentioned to
day from Oregon are the following:
Alvin J Haugen, Dufur.'kiUed In act
ion Chag V Long, Forest Grove, died of
disease - . - .
Ralph Corder, North Bend, severely
Royal W Binigins, Unity, severely
Ralph E Nelson, Tygh "Valley 'severe
Killed is Action- ......
Harold E Bothwell Brooklyn '
Gilbert Poolittle, Philadelphia
iWilliam T Gammons, Philadelphia
Ila.zard Melloy, Philadelphia
Orgie L Acker, Liberty Okla
Joseph 0 Carson, Tulsa Okla
Miles P Hurst, Hotdenville Okla
Clifford E Murphy, Richmond Va
Floyd E Ross, Leechburg Pa
Rexford 0 Bassett, Denver Colo
Wofford A Dry, Richfield N C
HdWfl rd Gooman, Brooklyn
Paul L Gwin, Sugarvalley Ga
Betg Nelson, Sharon Wis
Floyd Phillips, Long Okla
Louis Thune, Watertown NT.,
Jacob Vanossen, Btevensville Mont
Alfred G- Ticken, Cost Texas
John IF Smith, Elbridgo Tenn
Howard B Wilt, Lockhaycn Pa
Harry Saxcy, .Willow Creek Cal
Bcnncyille . W. Bertelpt, Cnllambay
.r'aul W Barrows Tyronno fa
Frank E Black, Millville N J
George Rougher, Independence Colo
Wm H Bourne, Buckhorn N M
Wm T Branton, Dotham-AIa
Joseph F Bronsuo, Solma Ala v
Leon S Burson, Piano- 111 , ,,'
" Patrick J Caf forty, New York
Bromslaw Capiga, Yanlic Couh
Nick. Casciano, Stubenvillo 0.
Heuty-J Case, Locke N Y ' "'':';
Amund Chose,' Scarvillc Iu
Herbert J Clark, Pavilion N Y
, Raymond Cline, Williamstown If J'
Horam W Coffen, Herkimer N Y
Jos R Cantu, Woonsockct D, I
Thos'Curraif, Brooklyn N Y- '-f-
Benj dishing, Marion (Mflss ( i . . ,
Charles Peviiis, Footovllle Wis ' '"
; John M Dingf elder, St Louis Mo . .
Earl Farley, Nassua N H
Wm H Glenn, Florence Okla'
Cayetano Gonzales, Tuleta Tex
August Brams, Zumbro Falls Minn
," Harry A Hallberg, Helena Mont
. Horry H Harvey, Midrtlo Biver Min
Walter Hayward, Niagara Falls NY
. George L Hicks, Diascond Va
Charles T Holmes, Coalgatc Okla'
Klon E Hill, Shctrill NY'" ;
Edd M Horn, Hanston Kan
: James I Hrdlicka, Stowartville Min
Georgo Jackson, St Paul Minn
Albertus Kamps, Hull N D
Wm JL Kasiske, Winden la
Henry Lajucnessc, Oak Park III
Rorton Lastof. Taft Tenn
Alvin L' Leaf,' Ringling Okla- - -Eugene-M
McDonald, Scranton Pa
Harlcy.H McElwin, Bailey Neb
John R Marvin, Stroudsburg t"a ' :.
Anton E Mateski, Gary Ind
Tom Matthews, Akron 0
Sylvan Nickman, Philadelphia ,
Matthew A Obrien, Boston
Henry L Pathie Gresham Wis ..;
James B Pendlebury, Rochester N
Robert -W Pcnwell, Pittsburg
Wallace Pool, Doylesrown Pg,
Ernest rl Rierson, King N C
Bryan J Robinson, Gonzales Tex
Gustave I Schireson, Los Angeles
Winficld I Scott Jr, Swain N Y
Bernard Sheeran, New Yo;k
Gilbert, L Smith, Randolph Utah :
Luther I Snapp,' Marshall Minn
LITTLE TALKS ON THRIFT
President M Amrttm Socttty for Thrift
One of the:
best " things
Bonds is that
they teach and
In the last
' Liberty Loan
there were IV
but abeot 92,
400 of - which
The- entire averse of all subscrip
tions was aboA i50. The preponder
ance of subscriptions were for the C-0
and $100 bonds. In the city of New
York one of tlx great selling organiza
tions took l,OS9,000 subscriptions aver
ting $V.i2 each, ft is expected that the
present loan will be supportrd by 85,
800,000 subscribers. The first loan
received 400,000 subwrlptipns and
the second 9,000,000. There are close
to 23,000,000 owners of liberty Bom Is
in .the L'nited States now.
What is Hie siRniflcanee ef this ar
ray of flpirrt?- Kirst, -It signifies our
trrinrmluus patrioUsnv . Nxt, it. in
flieaUw the growth of thrift in Amer
ica. If it were possible in rt all the
fmts, we (wobabiy. would learn tliui of
the 83,000,000 'owners of l.ibcy
Bonds, many millioos are persons who,
t -a-- ; - -
;. -' 1
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Ira S Spiva, Blairsville Gj
.Walter L Stannard, Ipsfich S D
Edward Taylor, Sharon Pa .
John R Terry, Aquilla Tex
Alvey 6 Thomas, Hoffman Okla.
Clarence Thornton, Osceola Ijj
Jos Truccanp, Viucland N J .
Wm Weekley, Dairy G
"John" R Whitman; GuthTie Okla '
Fred' O White, Chelsea Okla '
ugh A Williamsr Roxboro N C
"Henry-Wolfe,- Buffalo N Y. "
George R Wood, Point Pleasant Pa
Ephriam R Woodard, Fitzhugh Okla
Eddie Zeaman, Faribolt Minn
Frank. Zidao, Lathrope Pa,
' " Missing in Action
Virgil Brookhart. Wyaconda Mo
TRcorgc W Hinman, Worcester Mass
Homer W Dahringer, Vflukegan IU
Waldo H Heineielis, Boston
. James A Otoole, Jersey City
- : Sergeants
Richard A Anderson, Johnsonburg Pa
Harold.8 Ketrick lanville III
Sofus Jensen, Crcston Mailt ,
Fjank .Shank Carlisle Pa '
Fred L Stanley." Granger Tex
. ' . Died , of Wounds
Lt Walter B- Dryson, Philadelphia ,
Stanley Beattie, Troy NY -Jas
H Donaldson, Memplis Tenn.
Mark F Fisher, Watcrbury Conn
Clyde O Hoffman, El Reno Okla
Walter L Lambert, Hubbard Tex ,
Patrick Martin, Winsted Conn
Leslie Reynolds, Wann Okla
Fred S Rohrback Chattanooga Tonn
Edward G finiith, Dickson Pa ,
Wm; A Tryder, Boston . . , ; . : . .
Gordon Bartlett, Penohdale Tl I '
Clyde L Brantley, Goodw ll Okla .
Gale S Brooks, Battle Creek Mich
John A Cnsack, I)rchestcr Mass
John E Delosier, Adir Okla
Harvey E Downey, A'tlanta Mo
Frank T Garrish, WUliarMport Md
Win J Harvison, Philadolnhia
Wm J Lane, Poughkeepsie, N T
Albert T Machamir, Pine Grove Pa
Earl B Stowell, .Westboto, lkass
Wm Tucker, Monoasahela Pq
Musician Olin C L.ithf r, Chicago
Wagoner Chas E Favqul:artion, Spen
cer Mass . '
Cook Reuben J Watson, "Selina Tenn
Private . " '
Wm. R Aldxich; Dawjnyprt Ji , ,i,
Landon Ashbrook, Delaware O
MeH-in D Bflird, Cedar Rapids, la
., Thurlow W Ball, Bloomfield la
Frank Baidociewiz. Sugar Notcr Pa
Albert B Baumani Leiuor Minu
Mail n Beifus, Brooklyn '
Fivd Bell, Sedalia Mo : '
- Flovd L Beveridgc, Pa
.lolia W Bloodwortii. p.iii fi"'i T n
i Ko'rest W Bock, Laeroitie Wis
fia.ik Br'rls, l-'iillsa rr t . '
Thomas C Cassells, Hartford Conn
" Clawltr l' Coddy, Bwriin .lut .,
I (ll bc-t W Cox, S'irtborn .'mi
f A'rthur risp, -Brock Port :t Y i "
; Clay Davidson Moht'sciij av
Aiu'ison R Day Jr, .Mfi1on4ithelu-Pa
Plus Ditihman, Bris-il Va -.lo
eph Dolan, Brool.iyn
; Wm Doms,' M.udoon tv -
1 Floyd F Dorschcid, Cowlotville N H
Chailci L Drt.wtr, Seabo.-d Ji C
f!in W. Dye. Overall Tnn
William H Reckhart, Quakertown Pa
"B.i"oy Ellis, RaC-pn?' w '
Jo'm Eichbach, Re-.tdins? Pa
, Russell tJ sin. Columlius
Wtlte- A Foscrman, it Ltuis M
Rt, h Furr, Kt-khud Tex
Fred C Garlick, Lawrence Mass
-Jesse D- Garrett, Macon Miss
Chrus Gause, Haviland Kan
' Marvin H Griswold, Madison Cenn
' Frank- Hammond", Glenside Pa
Audley W Harbin, Colorado Springs
Aloysus Heim, St Marys Kan
Chas F Hickman, J'ort Orange Fla
Lester ' Hubbard,' Grconsburg Ky -George
Hucks, Gresham 8 C
Henry P Hynes,, Bronx N Y
Edward -R Johnson, Marsiialltown la
Rudolph Johnson, Solon Springs Wis
Raymond W Kerpet, wiiKesDarre ra.
Tony' Kuiave, Newbury Port Mass
Harold C Lane, Baltimore Md
Kbscx Lewis, Louisville Ky
Eura E Light, Mario W Va
j Gustav T Limback, Higginsvillc Mo
Charles Ludwig, St Louis Mo
Machele Maretta, Cleveland 0 "
John J Maroney, Boston
before the war, were strangers to the
practices of thrift
Nothing In the history ef our nation
ever has imparted such mighty im
pulses to save. To many, the Liberty
Bond Is the portal to a new life: It
has been the redemption of many a
drifting, thriftless, irresponsible soul.
The Liberty Bond Is the national em
blem of thrift If It could speak it
"I am Liberty Bond. Through me
civilization will gain new heights. I
stand between the weak and those who
waul J oppress them. From roe cornea
the sword of Justice and Victory.
Through me will come Peace-whose
permanency shall be guaranteed by its
"All this I am and more. I am the
inspiration of prudent habits. I make
necessary the elimination of harmful
practices whether they be material or
moral. 1 am the evangel of thrift
My, touch is magic. All men who pos
sess me are made better and stronger.
r I am the friend of the poor because I
teach them to be fragal and thus are
tlw weak made strong. To the rich I
teach that all real power comes not
through might bet through right, and
that no power of any kind, no matter
hnw great it may seem, ran endure
' permanently unless It rests on
foonilatinn of jtut impulses and right
!,ul practices" . . -j.
Albert Meyer, Matteson 111
George R Morris, MiUford Pa
Sylvester Nichols, Friendship 0
Thomas P Nooaan, Philadelphia
Lee E Parsons, ;. Tex t
Fred G Phillips, Lafayette Ind "
Ralph A Pipet WooUlake eb , .
Harry H Pomeroy, Baltimore
George Protu7.uk, Detroit Mich
James R Ranft, Old Nixon Texas
Herman Rossman, Brooklyn ..
Harry A Schmidt, Canada
-William Schmidt, Detroit Miea i
Joseph J Smith, McDade Texas
Arthur J Steager, Council Grov Kan.
Joseph Straci, Brooklyn
Elliott Taylor, Sulphur Springs W Va
Jons E A Thomson, Astoria 8 l. .'
Tony Tonnello, New York "
Richard Tucker, Cape Girardeau Mo
Bella A Tunks, Marysville Mo .
. Anton II Vlipohn, New England- ND
Roy Vanderpoot, ShelhtviUe Ml
John B-Waldron, Craigville- Minn
Edmund L Walton, Beulahville N C
Alfred T Wells, Mariba Ky - . -William
W Wilmore, Denver Colo
Meade G Withrow, Derry Pa ' ;
George C Wulff, Brooklyn :
. Arthur L Zollman, -Georgetown lad
Died From Accident And Other Causes.
Lieutenants Leon Serbert Wheeler,
Ellensburg, Wash. ' '
Roy . -Lanham, Rome, Ga.
Sergeant Carl Bearup, Doyle, Cal.
, Corporal Constautiue Brindisi, Long
Island, Jf Y. .
-Privates Gleatr Cottreel, Gerdline
Minn. . - . - :
Nicholas Dirago, Brooklyn N. Y.. .
Benjamin-Heniwith, Newark, N. J..:
. William B. Ketler, San Francisco.
tVard Lewis,; Wheatland, Pa.
' ; Died- From Aeroplane Accident. : .
Lieutenants Jerome M. Cudlippa, Now
York. - -
Thos. (J. Kennedy, Detroft, iMch.
Arthur' J- Stahler, Cleveland, 0. : '
Luke R. ViekerS) Church Creek Mo.
The following casualties are reported
by: th ecomnanding general of the- Am
erican expeditionary forces: ,
Killed in action 72
Missing in action E .. 54
Wounded, degree undetermined 87
Died of disease '...j... 31
Died of wounds 12
Woundeof . everelys . --321
Slightly wounded;-i..:,. - .'...307
-.. Killed In Action.
Major Wm. J. Bland.' Kansas City,
; Lieutenant Percy D. Watson, St.
'Louis, Mo. ';' : . , - -
Sorgeants John V. Cain, Philadelphia.
Virgiho (Jiirroto, Ban i rancicos, Ua. .
Edward F. Gries.j Brooklyn, N. Y.' .
Benjamin H. Lake. Calumet, Okla
Robwt E. Schupper, Honesdale, Pa.
Hunley Waters, Bostonj-Mass
Corporals Irving W. Bfidgeworth,
Now York. ' ' '
Everitt Demcritt, - Richland, Kansas.
Charles M. Dewey, Los Angeles.
' Walker J. Gaincy.'Defuniak- Springs
Florida. . , -
Edward ' A.' Gamache, Winchendon,
Frank Martin Hoffman, Sheboygan,
Wis;. .'' U' ; yn
Henry R Jone, Baltimore..-Md.
Baymond E. Jones, Moran, Kans.
James Morris Smyth, Eureka Kan
Alfred V.' Volpe, Conshohocken, Pa.
Bugler Stewart' W.- Keydler, York
Pa. - ,
Mechanics Arnold H.J Niederjohann,
John Wolpcrt, Philadelphia, Pa.
Privates JamesM. Alsup, Hough, Mo.
Stephen Browning, New Hampton,
Walter William Browning, New Port,
David Emery (Jlcmons, urtego, nas.
Tony Dordcs, Washington, D C. '
Joseph Drew Empire, Mich.
Herman H. Fischer, Hardy, Nebraska
Abe Gell, Tioga County, Pa.,
Joseph G. Gross, Pittsburg, Pft. :
George W. Hall, Chicago, I1L
Clair Couch Harkey, Ft. Scott, Ka.
Thomas F. Haudley Pittsburgh, Pa.
John H. Harwarth, Erhsrts, Minn, .
Anton Hipsma Cicero, - 111. .
Isad'ore "Joseph Hochn, Lcnoxa, Kas
Millard D. Hogencamp, Honesdalo,
Pa. r-v .... '
Joseph i Hubor," Mahomon, Minn. '
, John F. Jones, Brooklyn, N. Y. '
Thomas Karcm, Boston, Mass.
Bright L. Kratzer, Lewisburg, Pa.
Lloyd L. Lewis, San Antonio, Tex.
John- W. Little, Waco, Texas. ,
' Charles Wi McCabe, Cleveland, O.
.. John T.. MoEndree Fountainct, Ind.
William McMahon, New York, N.Y.
Joepsh A. Moser, Hartford; Wis.
Elmer J. Moss, Missouri Valley, la,
John Noom, Chicago, 111.
Louis C. Pendley, Dunbar, Kentucky.
Harry O. Rasmussen Philadelphia.'
Phyletus Jm Rood, Ochelata, Okla.
George Ros, Brooklyn-, N. Y. " '
Glenn Rowland, Farris, Oklahoma.
1 Bay B. Runner, Tunnclton, W. Va, .
Joseph G. Sambataro, Lawrence, Mass
Robert B. Slater, Thatcher, Colo.
' Ralph Schurr Buffalo, N. Y.. t . : ,
Charles Schuster, Larue, Ohio.
Elmer Silk, St. Louis, Mo
Clyde W.. Smith,. MU Hope,. Ala.
Irving Anthony Straitmiiler,. Roches
ter, N. Y. '
Allen John Stevens, Carlisle, Pa.
- Edward John Stile Grand Rapids,
John C. Stroup, Belleville, Pa
Felix Super, Shenandoah, Pa.
: George Suppcsr McCracken, Kas. '
; Charles Tippie, Kusa, Oklahoma.
Grover C. Todd, Woodbury, Tenn.
, Henry Watson Sherwood, Mich. .
Jamas A. Wertman, Bloombsurg, Pa.
Missing In Action.
Lieutenant George V. fcteibold, Chi
Corporals Richard J. Comerford,
Kingsbridgc, N. Y.
Harold Adlbfert Jces,' Northeast,
Pa . v . ,..'.-
Bruce Liebernight Kramer, Shippens
burg. Pa. ' .
Emmett Emerson Minnich, Boiling
Floyd Oregon Tigus, Eric, Pa.
Bugler Howard B GIaesncr, Pitts'
Privates Fenton D. Atkinson, Vassar,
James H. Blaek, McDonald, Pa.
Elmer G. Cavanaugh, West Philadel
(ennaro Demao New York.
Thomas Francis Diamond, Philadcl
phia, Pa--: v- .. ;
Amie J. Dion, HarriCT-ilie, N. H.
Edward Louis Doelker, Columbus, O.
Paul Pochner, Mverstown. Pa-
Birly .ltowdy, Whitehall, Ark.
Sylvester Edes, Emmet, Tenn.
. William Joseph Ferris, St. Erie, Pa.
Auguctia Franklin Bartli-sville, Okla.
Bernard Fromholz, Hamilton, Ohio.
Leland Gage, Fort Johnson, N. Y,
Joseph Goruiel, Nunda, N. Y.
Walter N. Jack.-i?n. Sandersville, Ga.
Samuel I." Jopp, Chester, Pa-'
Charlie Kaiser, Aurora, Ind.
Charles F. Martiu, Newark, N. J.
Thomas L. Martin New York.
Condelario Medina,. Walsenberg, Colo.
Ira H. Miller, Lancaster County, Pa.
Traeey D. Miller, Vesper, Wis.
. Mack R, Mitchell, Viavian, Texas.
John F- Mtillen, Ridgeway, Pa.
- - Ernest E. Musgrave, Hebbarifcville,
Ky..' ' - , ;.
Harry" Rhines, Hallton, Pa.
. Leslie Elmo Ronald, Webb. Ky. ,
XMko Euucliina, Chicago, III.
Joseph Sandora, Arnold. Pa.
', Earl R. Seheib, Reading, Pa. '
Donald J. Sehenk, Altoona, Pa.
. Randall Henry Soelky, Northeast, Pa.
f Charles Sturgeon, English, Indiana. '
John B- Tabor, Carter, Oklahoma.
OrvilleThoTltoni Jasonville, Ind.
Clarence Winford Vest, Linton, Ind.
; ' Henry George Vogt, Waterford Pa.
William W. Ward, Fish Springs Tenn.
Anthony A. Webber, Dover, O.
Raymond W. Wert, Fullerton, Pa.
Herbert Williamson, Sadieville, Ky.
David Wolf, Sorona, New York.
George H. 'i'ats, Courtland, Va. ,
Frank E. Yodcr, Somerset County,
Penn- ' , ', ;
"Lafayette E., Yount, Dupont, Ohio.
' Georcc J.' Zirwes, Rathway, N. J.
Lieutenant Edward Porter Alexander
Sergeant Otto T. Dreher, Watertown,
Conn. : ' , , "
CorppraTs John-P. Gross, New York.
John Tamm,' Brooklyn, N. '.X.I
Cecil L. Young, Stephensville, Ky.
. Wagoner Harry Ellsworth Bean, Los
Angeles, Cal- . : . ( ?
Privates Alvin- Gustaf Anderson,
jjass&l; Minn,- ' ! : '
Willie Raymond Baines, Franklin, Va.
Will Banks, Sandersville, tfa.
Richard Bue, New York. , .
Tom Bundy OeCUpacia, Va. '".
Robert Conlcyj Troy, N. Y.
Robert L; Cooper, Ola, Ark. '
Benjamin T. Frazier, Minden,. La.
Hush H. Gallard Salix, Iowa.
Christ Johnson, Hermansville,. BMich
Viefor Johnson, Homrton Kas;
William F, Lowe, Hornmnsville, Miss,
Virgil H. H.iMagill, Miller, Mo.
. Emil J. Mayott, Minnespoli,8: Minn,
Willie Morris. Game. Kv.' -
- Charles G. Murphy, Phikidel'phia Pa.
Joseph- D. Murray, Baltimore( Ma.
Carl E. Neal, Kanawha Station, W.
William X Newbanks, Zanesvllle, 0
Charles E. Reid, Hagcrstown,yMd.
Robert E. Sinolaire Galesburg, 111.
' Perey E. Spicer, Bridgehamton, N.Y.
Josenh A. TilliinB. Hillsdale. Md.
Arthur Wiley,. IIagorstown, Md.
John Yanowiak, Arnot, Pa."
i i Wd of Wounds.
Sergeants William L. Patterson, As
bury Park, N. J.1 ' ' 1
Charles MFad,den, Queens, N. X. '
Roland A. Williams, Clifton Forge, Va
; Cerpdral Pa ill- L. 'Andreoletti St.
Louis, Mo. , r , ':'. -
' Privates Thomas O. Dorwara, jersey
City, N. J. . I. ' ; ... " "
Joseph Qianctta, Elizabeth, N. J.
Arthur McCoard, Butte Mont.
Arend G. Oolkers, Brooklyn, N- Y;
John Oliva, Girard; Ohio.
Molvin L. Pippcnger, Menominee,
William R. Stevens, Medford, Mass.
Pleasant Woods, Oak Hill, Ohio.
How To Address
, Letters To Soldiers
Just to make it clear as' to how Ivt-
tors should bc addressed to soldiors, the
following form i. shown. ..This sample
address is sent out by the. Washington
postal officials and approved by, army
authorities. ' Here is tne lorm tor tne
address ad'also ttea return addrosst
, - From ' ". V
Mrs. John Doe,,
' 79 Roe Street,
' (Salpm, Oitsgon.
Sergojint John K. Doo,
Co. D, 93d Infantry,
American Expeditionary Force
Complaints are" being received by
postal authorities that letters have not
lieen delivered to soldiers. If the wri
ter would place the' return address on
tl upper left'.hand corner of the en
velope, then if the' soldier cannot bo lo
cated, th0 letter, will be returned to the
FINANCIER it! WES
BEPLY OF PRESIDENT
Henry Gews Says German
Military Power. Rapidly
New York, Oct 18. President Wil
son's reply to the peace proposals of
the Central" Powera elicited the .wida-.
spread national approval which is .de
served. Adroitly and wisely he ashed
the Ocrman chancellor if Germany was
sincerely prepared to nccept the condi
tions named in bis September address
which stipulated fourteen points, in
cluding the evacuation of all conquered
territory, the laying down of arms and
restitution to injured nations. Germany
rapidly Hearing its fall. Likewise the
Hohenzollern dynasty. Jf President Wil
son 's conditions-, are enforced, as ulti
mately they will be, we may look for
ward to a victorious and dictated peace
Germany-appealed to the eword, and
Germany must accept the verdict of the
court to which she. annealed No peace
terms will satisfy America which do
not include just restoration, reparation
and retribution. While predictions are
hazardous, , it is reasonable to hope
that victory may ome within a few
lArllAi JUUKiiAi LLAbMrlfcU VWl.
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DBS. B. K. WHITE AND 8. W. WAX.
TON Osteopathic physicians and
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erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
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ialized in nervous diseases at Los
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Res. Phone 469.
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413-414 Bank of Commerce building.
months, either thru allied, successes or
Germany's collapse. On the other hand
allied advances into Germany will prob
ably meet with increasing difficulties
as resistance hardena and the distance
for allied transportation increases. We
must therefore continue to beware of
While the loan is not going as rap
idly as desired, it will unquestionably
be a success at the end. Several causes
contribute to delay, suh as peace talk,
influenza, taxes, holding back by largo
subscribers, etc These hindrances, how
ever, will gradually disappear; and in
the last few days of the campaign the
big Subscribers, banks and great cor
porations, combined, may be depended
upon to carry tho loan over the top. But
dependence should not bear too heavily
upon these sources. If the banks are
overcrowded with bonds, a correspond
ing restriction of commercial credit
must be expected; something which no
intelligent business man wants in these
active times. As for wealthy individ
ual, they have subscribed with patriot
ic liberality in spite of the heavy taxes
iin)08cd upon this class. It is one of
the great purposes of the administra
tion to make this a popular loan in
the truest sense; since the more widely
the burden is distributed the more eas
ily will it be carried. The last loan had
17,000,000 subscribers; this loan should
have not less than-25,000,000. Sueh a re'
suit can easily be obtained if our peo
ple will only make real voluntary sac
rifices, which hitherto have been con
finod to the comparatively fowv Some
are spending more than ever in thoir
lives; not a few are spending just as
much, whilo those, who are voluntarily
practicing economy, are a relatively
small factor in our whole population,
Sacrifices- have indeed : Been liberally
made by some classes; yet there are
millions of people in the United States
who, if they would simply 'economize
moderately, or practice a little addi
tional self-denial" through stopping un
necessary expenses, to the extent of a
small percentage- of -their income,
would create a heavy over subscription
to the loan. To the many (lew slogans
for the bond issue, at least one should'
be added; that, is: "Economize; econo
mize; eeonpmy will win the1 war."
As already said, there is no doubt, but
that the loan will be a success, for the
reason that tho banks and othor great
financial institutions stand loyally be
hind the governments Nevertheless,
for the good of all concerned, the
bond issue should not bear so heavily
in tho lust named quarter, but should
receive the widest possible public sup
port. - ' '
The busines outlook is encouraging,
but it is quite evident, that we have
already entered into the period of
commercial readjustment; that as a ro
sult considerable irregularity must bo
expected with temporary depression in
certain Industries; Out it should bo re
called that, while commodities, credit
and other divisions of industry have
undergone very considerable Inflation,
securities have generally declined and
havo not shared in the general advance
curitioa are relatively peakin& cheap,
having been hold down by tho enormous
pressure upon tho world's money mar
kets. When the latter ceases, as it will
when the stupendous wastage of cap
ital ends, the effect must bo beneficial
to holders of all well established and
high grado investments." Commodity
markets are in a much less stable po
sition than securities. Prices aro un
doubtedly inflated for reasons well un
derstood. With the best of intentions,
the government has utterly failed to
prevent high prices by means of price
fixing: in fact, in many instances, tne
government has been important i actor
in the advance. It has, however, sue
cecded in restraining undue and dan-
gcroua speculation. . The advance in
commodities has already reached level
where rumblings of public protest are
growing louder and more significant.
At present there is nothing in sight to
stop this rise except tno lessening oi
purchasing powor, which cannot be far
distant, broadly speaking, thore i no
real scarcity of food proeluctB. The num
ber of food animals in the country is
much larger than before the war. Our
fo,d eiope generally are also amplcj
vet prices soar and soar to dizzier
heights than ever. The advance in com-
modify prices is partly uuo to me scar
city; partly to high wages of labor, and
partly to increased costs of production
adi distribution. The rise, however, is
somewhat due to psychological reasons,
and is to a considerable degree the re
sult of noaresistancc by the public.
- HENRY CLEWS.
The Journal Jvfc Department
will print yon anything in the
stationery line do it right and
save you real money.
! SECOND-HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
lien's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
anil furnrtnre. Capital Exchange 33T
Court street, Phone 493, .......
3ALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
Phone 606. .
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
O.er Ladd ft Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5ft per
Cent 34 years time. A. C. Boltrnstodt,
401 Masonio Temple. Salem, Oregon.
Era YOUR TRADES
t can match you. C. W. Niemeyer, Seal
Estate Agent, uanada Jbanas, 544 State
SALEM SCAVENGER- Charles Boos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of. all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone. Main
2247. Residence Maih 2272.
Wheat, soft white
Wheat, lowor grades on: sample
Oats j. , 0e$I
Hay, oats , : 825
Barley, ton .,...., 6052
Hay, cheat, new - 824
MiE run 83738
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
(Effoctive October 3, 1918.)
; Main Line.
Northbound . -
No. 16 Oregon Express 6:55 a. nv
No. 64 Oregonian . 5:05 a. .
No. 28 Willamette Limited -9:15 a. m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 1:20 p. m
No. 24 Coos Bay Limited ... 4:00 p. m
No. 14 Portland Express .-7; Go 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 Roscburg Passenger .0:33 p. m.
No. 27 Willainotted Liiuited..5:S4 p. m.
No. 13 'Frisco Express 4:18 p. m.
No. 73 Arrive at Salem :10 a. m
No. 74 Leave Salom 3:10 p. m,
SALEM, FALLS CITY ft WESTERN.
161 Leaves Salem, motor 7:00 a.m.
103 Leaves Salem, motor .......9:28 a.m.
105 Leaves Salom. motor 1:55 p.m.
(Through car to Monmouth and Arlie.)
lfla Arrivea at Saleml ; 8:25 a.m.
164 Aniv at gaiem n;oo a,
166 Ariws at Salem ........
172 Arrives at Balera
Train Leave Arrive .Arrive
No. Portland Salem Eugene
5 Ltd......-8 :15am 10:15 am 12:30 pin
7 10:40 am 12:50 pm Salem only
9 2:05 pm 4.12 pm 6:35 pm
13 Lto 4:45 pm 6.40 pm- 8:50 pm
o:uu pm o:ui jmi duioui om
i ;zu pm u:zv nm cutiem omy
No. 63 school train from Woodburn, ar
rive 8:35 a. m. except Saturday and
(North Bank Station (leaving Jefferson
Street 15 and 20 minutes later.)
Train ' Leave Arrive
No. Bugono Salem Portland
L.-' , 7:15 am . 9:20 am
No. 64 to Woodburn 8:55 a. m. except
Saturday and Sunday.
10 Ltd 7;25 am 9:4u am 11:30 am
12 12:15 pm - 2:25 pm
16 Ltd. 1:4 pm 4:00 pm 6:50 pm
20 5:30 pm 7:40 pm
6:25 pm 7:55 pm 10:00 pm
(North Bank Station (Arriv Jefferson
street 15 minutes eatuer.
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem
8:20 am JTorthbound...9:45 am
2:41 pm., Northbound 4:00 pm
6:18 am,. Northbound 7:85 pm
Leave Salom Arrive Corvallis
10:15 am Southbound 11:37 am
4:12 pra.... Southbound...: 5:40 pm
6:40 pm..8outhbound --.8:00 pm
To provide additional funds for fight
ing influenza, a bill has been introduc
ed in the senate appropriating $10,
000,000 in addition to the $1,000,000 al
lX)B A WOOD SAW Phone 1090-B
1255 N. Summer St Our prices are
right W. M. Zsdr, proprietor. 9-19
IHB FtXIT SHOP Let is repair and
Sharpen your lawn mowers. 267 Court
Phone 1022. if
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sires 0 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, eta
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence- and Stove Works.
50 Court street. Phone 124-
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET 1 AT
HcCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. P. J. Kunts
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meet
- every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 a'elock
In Derby, building, corner Court and
High streets. B. F.JDay, V, C; T. A.
SALEM HUMANE. SOCIETY D. D
Keoler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All eases of cruelty or w-
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the seeretay for investiga
tion. BOYAl 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 8 p. m- in L O. 0. V.
Hall. Norma I Terwilllger M. A.J
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 84ft Owen
Creamery butter ...u.....'................ (8
Pork, Veal and lluttoa
Pork, on foot -. J8
Veal, fancy . - 181U
Steers - 79e
Cows ... 46tt
Spring lambs lie
T-ambs, yearlings o7 ,
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash tSelaJasSM'ssslrfa
Hens, live ...... 2032ao
Old roosters i.,.-...........; 15
Springs- . 2124
Sweet potatoes I4.7S
Onions, local .....-,. $2.25
Cabbago .. . 84
Tomatoes . II
Turnips 2V4 -
Muskmslon a ...
Egg plant .......
Cranberries, box ........
Muck figs. 25 25 lbs.
Figs, 4 os packages ........
Pigs, 6 oz, package ..
Figs, 8 oz. packages ........
t'igs, 10 ID. rancy
Figs. 10 lb. ex. fancy
Creamery butter 75o
Flour, hard wheai . $S3.SS
Country butter J"
Eggs, dozen "'
For sugar permits go to C, M, Lock
wood, food administrator, 214 Norta!
No limit on purchases of flour.
Portland, Or., Sept. 25. Butter, city
creamery 60o ' '
Eggs, selected local ex. 6356e
Hens 2527e ' - ! .
Broilers 27S0e . ' . -
Goeae 1718o "
Cheese triplets 3536 , 4
DAILY LIVE STOCK MARKET
Portland Or., Oct. 21. Butter, citf
creamery 6f)c -
Tond of market slovr; trachsnged 1
Prime steers $12(13
Choice to good steers $1112
Medium to good steers $9.7u(ffill'
Fair to medium steers 8.259.2
Common to fair Steers $6(3)8
Choice cows and heifers $89
Medium to good eows and heSfera. $5
Fair te medium eows and heiiara
0. . ' .:
( anners jiira . r
Stookers and feeders $68
Receipts 1936 - '
Tone of market slow, unchanged
Prime mixed 17.75,17.8 " ;
Medium mixed $17.35a17.60 '
' f Rough heavies $13.7515.85
: Pig, $14.50rt15.!50 '
. Sheep - v.--- ,
Receipts 1709 ,
Tone of- market slow, snehangod
Prime lambs $1214
Fair to medium lambs $911
Yearlings $WVU- ., i-
Wethers 10 , " ;
,Ewes $0.509 .-.i