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"From Over There" j
General Pershing's Official Report H
The following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of the
.American expeditionary fnrees.
Killed in action 123
lied from wounds 97
Wed from accident and other causes 8
Ihed from airplane accident 1
lied of disease 1T8
Wounded severely 110
Wounded, degree undetermined
Wounded slightly ..
Missing in action
Killed In Action
-'Maj George W Farwll, Seattle Wn
Lieutenants '.' '
Lelamf M Barnett, Norwood O
Alan Nutt. Cliff Side N J '
Raymond T Turn, New York
Hyuian L Ambos Now York
Charles E Bennett Jr, Norwood. O;
Walter M Blackledge, Onaga Kan
Albert B Cole, Bradford O
Michael Evans, Glassport Pa
Kayniond D Ftisscll, Hoso Kill N C .
Ralph Gillespie, Lodi Cal
" Carl R B Giiutafwm, Esc'alon Cal
Lloyd Iladley, Hannibal Mo
Mark J McGinn,' Wnterlmry Conn
Lawrence S McNabb, Allentowa Pa
William M MacPherson. Madera Cal
Charles R OBsont, Glenfield N Y
Oeorge Payne, Forest City Pa
Charles W Zischkau, Turtle Creek
Frank S. Crosby, Belleview Fla
Wesley L Glass, Charlottesville. Va
Donald L Holden, Luvirne Minn
Edward Kupski, Cleveland O
Ralph B Kyle, Kansas City Mo
Albert L Linebcrger,( Stanley N C
. Geongo H Morrison, Bridgcton N J
Edward H Theriault, Canada
William E Van Why, Analomink Pa
John Vigor, Pomona Kan
Oliver E Ward, Bumpass Va "
Emmet Weller, Canton 0
.Ralph D Wilson, Bucyrns 0
Albert L Chapman. Oklahoma City
John F Evans, Washington
Thouias II Foeney, New York
George H Slook, Philadelphia
Bugler Andrew 3 Iaieas, Leesville Va
John H Griffin, Whitestone SO
Edward N Hnbermnn, Shrapsbnrg Pa
John A Lnngford, Knoxville Tenn
John L McGinley, Millvale Pa
Dominiek1 Barber, Norwich Conn
John Zvijerkovieh, Marysville Cal
Wagoner Harry H Sprague, Middle
town N X
(Samuel E Bradley, Pittsburg
Leo C Breen, Titonka la
Edward S Connolly, Mcchanicsville
Michael Ersehens, Fon du lac Wis
James D Evans, Bishopville S C
Joseph W Feldmnn, Pottstown Pa
Wilbur -E Fink, Philadelphia ----John
P Freeman, BVooklyn - "
Aaron Jason, New York
Lnwrence M Labovitch, Minneapolis
Tliomas L Metutchcon, tamden W
Joseph F O'Connor, Nw York
Posse R Pendergrass, Archer City
James K Quinn, Central Falls R I
Jesse H Reinhart, AppU'ton Minn
Arthur A Solo, Saginaw Mich
Herman G Thcilmann, Alvord la
Kestor Therol, Snn Diego Cal
Elmer M Wilson, Corwith la
Frauk Wirostek, New York
Jamea L Wise, Clinton Mo
"Frank G Woods, Gamaliel Ky
Hang T E Anderson, Akron 0
Charles Andrews, Centerburg 0
Jesse D Barr Meadvillc Pa
Harry A Bolton, Fremont 0
William D" Call, Standardsville Va '
Andrew A Christenscn, Hampton la
David J Cochran, Lizemore W. Va
Joseph L Cohen, Brooklyn
Wilsio P Cunningham, Flintville Ten
Alexander S Drish, Pleasant Plain la
Edwin S Easley, Kittanning Pa
Frederick W Eck, Nisbet Pa
William F Edward, Scotland Neck
K C '
James F Eller, Robbinsville N C
1'rank M Fannon, Joplin Mo
Cecil Kelley, Latilda Ky
Robert J Kirby, Harrisburg Va
Charles A Krucgcr, Chicago
Ralph Kurtzuian, Belgrade Mont
Andrew Leap, Pittsburg Pa
Arno Lende, Reed Point Mont
James O "Brien, Shelby 0
Thomas M Otoolo, Pittsburg
Jonathan S McCoy, Monroe Okla
Thomas D McLaughlin, Brooklyn
Joseph McMuIlen, Gallitzin Pa
Hamucl Martello, Braddock Pa
Samuel Mason, Kotia NO
-Richard A Mather, Montville Conn
John W Melton, Lenoir N C
Leo Meyer,Jefferson Barrack Mo
John Miller, Baltimore
John R Mulherin, Newbern Tenn
i'rank P Murray, Johnsonburg Pa
Aiexandro Palnmbo, Waterbury Conn
Albert W. Perkins, Socramento Cat
Louis Polsinello, Russellton Pa
Clem M Riggs, Kinston N C -Harold
N' hugers, Paris Idaho
Ernest Tinney, Lebanon O
William Tittle, Uypsey W Va
Kobert' Vanbuskirk, Forty Fort Pa
Oilman Wallaker, Shawmut Mont
Liuag L Walters, Omabn Neb
Lloyd Ware, Barberton O
Charles E Watson, Philadelphia
George F Wellings, GaMon O !
Walter J West, Milford Del
Jeff White, Ludlow Ky -Samuel
Winstead, Springhope N G
Emmet M Woodward, Leeburg Tex
Kertrum B Yancy, Memphis Tenn j
Killed in action
Iied of wounds
Died of disease
Missing in aetiou
Killed in Action
Li en tenants
George M Baker, Roger. Ford Md
Randall Moughton, Garland Pa
Clarence C Kahle, Pittibuc. , ,
Charles M Toole, Boston
Clarence W Bailer, Berkelevf. Cal
John H Ballard, Warren O".
William-J Doherty, Brooklyn
James B Newcomer, Salwa'y Md
Richard E O'rien, Dubaise Pa - -Erdroy
A Peterson, Asfchy Minn
.Walter M. Shearer, Parnassus Pa.
Ray Lj Swarts, Cleveland O
Anthony Sweet, Cleveland O
Corporals -' .-
Harry Reynolds Bell, Fitchville 0
Paul Dnncy, Stilwell Kun .
John 0 Daniels, Collinsville Okla
.Chas B.Hqlzen, Cumcerland Md
I Ray C Hopkins, Johnston Pa '
wo V Lawson, Thomaston' Conn'
Emmitt H Moore, Bethel SpgS Tenn
l.ewis . Morgan, Lcs Angeles
- Chas Perrlne, Westchester- 0
Edward L Rosenthal, Sheboygan Wis
iimotny it Kyan, Baltimore
William E Sheridan, Hawley Pa
Harold! A Spaun, Frank ville la
Dennis L Sullivan, Hartford Conn
Q rover Whitton, Pebble Ky
' - Buglers
. Edward Drisch, Chicago
Jack O Evans, Cleveland O
Francis W Steele, Boons la - .
Mech Francis L MoCoolv, Lilly Pa
Wagoner Otho H Randolph, Yale 111 ,
Emanuel Abel, New York
Floyd Adc.ock, Elgin Tex
Clinton O Allard, Detroit Mich .
Harry Ambrose, Vanderbilt Pa
Herman R Andrews, Batavia X X
Leo Bnldelll, Brooklyn
Bertis L Bradley, Eldorado 111
Henry W randenburg, Waco Niamin,
Felix H Brilcyv Na'cogdockes Tex
Homer W Bussong, St Jacob 111
John D Cabnniss, Garland Tex
Lacy T Carey, Brookneal Va
Cornelius Chatterton, Avon 111
Julius F Collins, St Louis Mo
Peter Crusk, Central Valley N X
Leroy J Dalton, Palis Pa
Amy A Davis, Ashcvilit N C
Ray G Dcbutts, Boyne City Mieh.
John Doles, Ogden Utah
Johannes Doorneweird, Steen'Minn
Robert W Foust, Bolivar Pa
flustave E Franson, Gary Ind
Lowry N Fry, Seward Pa
William A Fultman, Liverpool O
John II Gardella, St Louis Mo
Herman C H Gaulkc, Algoma Wis '
Isnac M Giles, Booth Bay Me
Charles J Herbert, Arcadia Wig
William Hilliker, Mt Vernon Wash
Frank H Horn, Pittsburg Pa
Thomas Husscy, Brooklyn
. Ura L Jones, Windthrop Tex
James H Kinniardl Red Lick Ky
George Kondratik, Akron 0
Charles J Leach, Brooklyn
Jay Leonard, Apliugton la
Henry A Lundgren, Elgin Tex
David MeClurc, Troy N Y
Zcb McC'nrry, Erving Muss ;
John Madden, Brooklyn. ' ...
Andrew Margnsoto, Brooklyn
Joo Mnrtin, Franklin Minn
Abrajfun Mass, 'Brooklyn
Alexander Martusik, E'yiia O
John M Murray, Cuyahoga Falls O
John Nunorte, Shand.in !V
Jacob S Necly, SWga Pa
Anton Nerad, Chicago
"Elmer B NittinRer, Reading Pa
John Oliver, Gnllinpolis O
James J Peltier, Northbridge Muss
Richard B Phillips. Trinity Te
Jorry O Picha, Baltimore
Georgo I Reding, Point Tex
Raymond F St George, Worcester
Earl M Scherrer, Ossian Ind
Goorge I Schroeder, Eric N 1)
John Schultcr, St Louis Mo
Lisle H Shields, Big Run l'a
Harry J Shicly, Schencetady N Y
Fred Singleton, Dutch W Va
Tlenjaniin H Sislcr, Shafer W Va
Philip Sokel, Pittsburg Pa
Walter E Specs, Bucklr.nd 0
Louis Spencer, Snowhill Md
John J Springer, Akron O '
Joseph F Sticber, Chlcngo
Frank G Tenka, Chicago
Henry Thomas, Bonneterre Mo
Harry Thorns, Grafton Pa
Walter W Waterman, Paris Tex
Louis Wernikove, Philadelphia
James L West. Bennet Mr
Llcyd A Wheeler, Lima 0 '
Jefferson L Winn, Princeton Cal
, Charles C Wirth, Joplin Mo
Samuel Yonngson, New York
Lee J Sanford, Necedah Wia
James M Stewart, Cummings Va
Howard J Wilhelm, Chicago
Albert Wilkinson, Vineiand N J
David h Winson, Winliestcr Tenn
Squiro B. Willar'd, Seattlo, Wash.
Pearl G. Wireman, Jackson, Ky.
Robert L. Woody, Handleman, N. C.
Harold John Duggap, Chicago, 111.
William Koziakiewicz, Scranton, Pa.
Died Of Disease.
Alexander Alexson, Washington, D.
Earl G. Colter, Columbus, Ind.
Ma. Sig Electrician Ernest Seller.
Jersev Ci: , N. J. -
Sergeants F. Coughlin, Buffalo, N.
Mntthew'H. 0. Crosson, N wYork.
Arthur G. Evans, Beardcn, Tenn.
James H. Lckin, Baltimore, Md.
Chas. 'R. Manfull, BakeT, Idaho,
Douglas A. Natresst, Buffalo, N.Y.
Lyman Day Root, Essex( On. (,'tan.
Sergeant William E. Mason, Gales-
Corporals Louis A. Bowman, Crystal
Falls, Mich. . .; ?
Richard Dyson, Covington, Teha.
Harry- Fleming, Topeka Kas.
James Frothingham, Macdoel, Cal.
Wm. C." Mathel, Danube. iMnn.
James H. Nelson, Shreveport, La.
Jesse 8. Poole, Grsceviile, Minn.
Joseph D. Dermody, Cincinnait, O.
Bugler Joseph D- Laird, Blairsvillc,
Wagoners Lloyd D. Acker, Allentown,
Melvin Day, Springfield, Mo.
Farrier Ralph V. Baker, Manhattan,
Cooks Gullie L. Sims, Naton-a, Ka.
Privates Paul N. Acosta, East
Andrew T. Appleliy, Briwetlle, Tex.
THE'DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,
Roy Babcock, Galti, Iowa
Elgin H. Barter, Whitcright, Tex.
Floyd Bradley, Dexter, X. Mex..
Jas. W. Braw'ley. Raits, Tex.
Herbert BriseoeJ Mount Pleasant, Del
Thomas Brooks, GrantsviHe, Ga.
Charles W. Burlininme. Ceutial Falls
Hailie Butler, Ma tec, Fla.
Gus B. Calhoun,- Troy, Tenn.
Gordon J. Campbell,' Chicago. . -
Btisilio Cinjerani, Philadelphia, V.
Phil L. Carleton, Cleveland, Ohio.
John L. Carlton,- Wisdom, Texas.
Cleopers Carmiehael, Conyers, Ga.
Louie M. Case,-West Asheville, N.C,
Colonzo Casey, Okemaha, Okla.
. Thomos F. Cassidy, New York.
Charles E. Chambers, Washington,
D. C. . , - .
Samuel D. Conrow, Blyth?," Calif.
. Louis W.; Creps, Larned, Kas.
Fred Cuff, Franklin,-Ky. "
Christopher J. Daley, Farrockaway,
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James F. Daley, Harfotrd, t'onn. ' .
Fletcher M. Davis, Willow, Va. ,
, Qmer C Deormon, McCurtoin.. Oklo.
Earl G. Dinger, New Bethlehem, Pa.
Charles Donunelf, Lancaster, Pa.
Oscar Drew, Arlingont, Texas.
William H. Dupke, Standish, Mch.
Harry Depies, Fredoiiia, Wis.
Joseph W. Derncurs, Detroit, Mich.
Edwin E. Dunnavant St. Louis, Mo.'
Major Ellison, Vanceville, N. C.
Died of Wounds Eeceived la Action.
Stephen J. Link, Tavlorsville, I1L -
Motthew F. 01stein,Pcekskill, N. Y.
Sergeant Geo. H.. Majillon, Y'eadon;
Corporals Bernard Abt, Prooklyn, N.
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Monroe C. Bill, Bethlehem, Pa-
' Earl J. Cosgrif f , Dover, Ky.
Edward N. Davis, Toledo, 0.
Rogers E. Deck, Chilton, Tex. -
Wlliam J. Edwards, Salmon, Idaho.
Otis Mcnry,. Texarkana, Tex.
Aerl B. Mohr, Tnrbotsville, Pa,
Tomoth b'Learyl Luke, Md.
Joseph P. Pouliotte, Glenn Falls. N.
Clj-de S. Sawhill, Edgewood, Pa.
Samuel Honry Young, Jr., New York,
Mechanics George F. Ammerman, El-
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Walter Laurance, Piqua, Ohio.
George W. Trott, Rochester, If. Y.
Privates Louis Ablezor, Clifton N J
riarry w w, A Drams, Larlyie Mont
Michael Anastasi, Gutfer.burg N J
John A Andrews, Bridge-water Mass
Carlton L Xutry, Autryvillo N .
1 Johns Bakken, Ulon Minn ;
Arthur Blanchctt, Canada
Howari S Boorcs, SmUhfield Pa
Phils S Bowling, New Orleans
" Vernon G Cameron, West Haven Con
Samuel J Dagg, Grand Rapids Mich
Peter Defoe, Beaulieu Minn
Joseph J Dolio, Lafayctto Cal
Frank Key, Brooklyn
Samuel P Forest,. Spencer N C
Alexander Freidel, . Philadelphia
Phillips Gallagher, Cleveland O
Thomas F Keenan, New York
Michael Kehoe, Doston
John R Laird. Corry Pn
William T Little, Pawnee Neb
James S Loekhart, Philadelphia
Jacob A Lohmiller, Philadelphia
Rupert J Mahoney, Troy N Y
L William ..F Mafpjin, Cleveland O-.
Charles M Martin, Holdrego Neb
Roland J Marotte, Hudson Falls NY
Loe Mettler, Drexel Mo . '
Charles P Miller, Portage Mont
John-H MrHcr, Paxtonville Pa "
George Morrison, Watson Mo
Adol'ph J Nelson, Spartongton Neb
James T'.Northcott, Seminole Okla
Clifford L Obrien, Clyde i
William L Penney, Richmond Va
Emmett D Perkins, Jackson Miss
Lester W Pfeffer, Easton Pa
John C Polatas, Duquesnc Pa
Charles H Singleman, Roscdalo Kan
G rover V Sorensen, Provo Utah
Fred L StcnJel, Ellsidcr la
William li Storch, Brooklyn
Joseph E Taylor, New York
Oscar E Thomas, Enterprise Ala
Thomas Z Wagner, Newvillo Pa
Lieutenants Edward 0 'Neil, Win-
throp Highlands Mass
William C. Ross, Philadelphia Pa
Sergeants Sidney R. Blasiiigame,
Edward James Hcckman, Dixon 111
Henry W. A. Helfrich, Brooklyn N Y
Wilfred C Lee, Holden Md
Robert C Moore, Smithdale Miss
l'acog Sulw, Whitehall N Y
Ralph Nelson Summerton, Tidiouto
Corporals George Angstadt, Beading
Eugene Blythc Jacksonville Ala
George D Booker Guniforlc Va
Oscar Brown Anniston Ala
James H Fclty Ashland Ky .
Paul Graves Queen City Texas
Brafton B Harville Johns Ala
. Leland Victor. Hick's Iinia Mich.
- Junius A Johnson Smith field N C .
Philip Mato Chicago 111
Robert E Maxwell Tomah Wis
Lyman Warren Oeliriiig Detroit Mich
Edward Pierson Caremont'S D
-John Poindcxtcr Roanoke Va
Martin II Roberts, Jr. Flushing N Y
Lew W Gill Mesa Ariz
John R McOallen Loyal Hanna l'a
John D Vann Alexander City Ala
Mechanics Joseph Arthur ' Guyctt,
George 8 Pottg New York ,
Mat Thurman Oxford Ala,
Wagoner Sierling Jones Grange "icx
Privates Paul A Barth Columbia
Perry Bean Millette Okla
Bishvino Bifero Chester Pa
Louise E Bisktip Philadelphia Pa
David L Boothby Hillsboro Ohio '
Carl Bru'ck MilwaQkec Wis
Wendell Lawrence Dunigan" Black
River Falls Wis
Cary L C'aiiiplell Waugh Va
Win D Clark Ppiton Ala . -
Mnrray Francis Cornwcll Richland
Center Wis, . 7
Oiarles H Crawford Quiucy I1L
Patrick Killian Crogaa Wilsonvillo
Ernest E Cotts Brewton Ala" .
Henry Drummond Asherville Kan
Leon P Duffey Fairfax Ala
Jesse Evans New York .
John W Ewoldt Manning Iowa.
Karp Kisun Seymour Conn
William F Frye Homestead
Wm H Garrett Grapelahd Texag
Chas Geialer Mount Clemens, Mich
Silas P Goodman Man gum Okla
Harry Bell New Richmond Wis
Stephen Buch Chicago III
John C Ellet Cowley Wyo
Armond J Gerard Syracuse N Y
SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1918.
BATT.LE OF SEDAN
ONE OF GREAT WAR
Americans Swept Through
IT , r l m
msionc uty Lariy mis
By Webb Miller
(United Press staff correspondent)
With the American Armies In France
Nor. 7. (1:30 p. m.) American troops
of the First army entered the western
outskirts of Sedan at 4 o'clock yester
day afternoon- and completed ots
uon of the city this morning.
Seizure of Sedan cut the principal
communications of the armies of the
German crown prince and General Von
Oallwitz, inflicting a serious defeat on
the enemy, who rushed northward la
full rout ..-I':-'-"
All French territory in the Ameri
can zone has been practically cleared,
the Germans fleeing across the Belgian
border. - - , . -. .
In the last six days the Americans
hare advanced more than 25 miles,
freed 700 square kilometers of terrt,
tory, liberated 2000 civilians and cap
tured enormous stores of materials. '
Sedan was the scene of the really de
cisive battle of the Franco-Prussian
War us it marked the destruction of the
strongest French army then in' the
field, together with the eapture of Em
peror Napoleon III and Marshal Mac
Mahon. The.- battle began August 29,
1370, between the French army 'of the
north, numbering 150,000 and throo
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Walter Carl F Ood'tseh Lakcview Wis
L M Harrison Clinton Mo
Harld A Jester Otsego NY, .
Jay C Kelly Spokane Wash
Edward Kloock Chicago 111
John Konzllo Stanley Wis
Louis Lerner Philadelphia Pa
Orrio Lillard Kindwood Pa
Antis 8 Lihtner Blairsville Pa
William E McAllister Winnsboro Tex
Frank 'E McKinnis Edmond Okla
John W Greathouso- Willow City Tex
Marshall Gump Coburn W Va
Herman Haekficljl Knox City Texas
Frank HagermuhJl)aveiiport Iowa
Frank Haggerty Wilmington Del
John F "Hannabcrry Now York
Gwyilno K Emery Glasgow Mo
Antoni Kazimerski Little Falls N Y
Joseph B Kice New York
Walter G Kimc North Fairfield Ohio
Van C King Curlew Iowa
Ward B Kniglit Lancaster 8 C
Paul A H Learmann New London
Thaddeus B Ncal Philadelphia, Pa
Clarence J Nelson Lawndnle Minn
riiillip Pack Charlotte Tenn
. Lafayette Eubank Stallo Mitg
Bruce K Faris Custer City Okla
Clarence Farrar Manchester Tenn
Hugo II Feldbuseh Hawthorne N Y
Abraham Fclder Renibcry H C
Fred W Folkers Anomosa Iowa
Henry J Fordo Decorah Iowa
Miko Forfe Bayonno, N J
Will Harrison Freomnn Beloit Kas
Boyd Fuqua Guthrie Ky
Joseph F Gagnon Fall River Mass
Clarence Gibbs Darien, Ga
Cornoliug W Gist Woitchpcc Calif
Randall Graham Vienna lia
Lloyd J Hart man Mt. Bavage Md
Amos Heath Norwood Ga
John I) Hick Signal Mountain Tenn
Clair J Hood New Florence Pa i
Archie L Joiner Peloin S C j
H Jones Waynesboro lia
Elmer Katmau Lake Geneva Wis
Iceland A Kilmer Auburn NY
Hubert II Leonard Caggou Iowa
Rudolph Lindquist Duiuth Minn
Stanley II Lindsey Lynn Mass I
Willie Livingston North Htation
Robert H Loflgo Steubcnville Ohio
John F Lonergan Worcester Mass
William J Lowe Faimvillc N C
William 0 Lowtlier Ashcr Okla
Emilio C Lozano Brooklyn N Y
William MeClary Kingstree 8 C
Millard McFarland Monrovia Kas
Carl D Mcintosh Modesto Calif
Louis Machac Hehulenburg Tcxa
Martin Manning Lyons Iowa
Maurice Marcell Houma La
Jeff Marks Mnntirello Ga
-Will Martin Btillwell Ga -Martin
F Masse Bpokane Wash
Herman J Moench Dover Fla
. Mcrling Moore Greenville 8 C
James E Morgan Ft. Drum Fla '
Riley M Mott Willspoint Tex
Jesse 8 Murphy Cleveland O
Conway O Myers Bowling Green Va
James L Myhand Hamilton Ala
Edward D Northrop Orange Va
' Peter F Oconcll Goodhue Minn
Ernest K Ort Hampton N J
, EdgKr N Pennock Baltimore Md
Clyde B Phipps Valley Center Kas
Brnno F Picjds -Chicago 111
'Albert Pike Franklin Ga -
Olio Price Grayson Iowa
Frederick W Pound Port Austin Mich
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German armies under the king and
crown prince of Prussia, and the crown
prince of Saxony, numbering 250,000.
It raged for four days, being brought
to a close September 1.
Artillery playod au important part n
the battle. The Germans, in addition
to having the advantago iir number of
gnns 600 to 500 greatly outraged tho
ircucli. Tho casualties were large, es
peciallj' among tho French.
Napoleon III was present during tho
battle and' on the last day stood ox
posed for four hours to the German
bombardment at Iges two miles north
east of Sedan.
While there he saw the uselessness of
further resistance. The enemy had
drawn a circle close around Sedan and
held all the - principal heights front
which thoir artilltry could destroy the
town and the enure French army.
General DeWimpffon, wh0 had been
placed in command when Marstial Idac
Mahon was wounded, at first indignant
ly refused the terms offered by the Ger
mans and the emperor had a fruitless
interview with Count Von Bismarck in
an effort to mitigate them.
On September 2 the emperor ad
dressed a personal note to the king ac
cepting the Gorman terms. The capitu
lation was signed at noon that day at
Fourncurs, a milo northwest of Sedan.
About 25,000 Fronch prisoners wore
taken during the battle, . and 83,000
were surrendered.- Fourteen thousand
French wounded were found lying on
tho field. "About 3,000 escaped ncro
the Belgian border, five miles to ' the
north and laid down their arms.
Lieutenant Colonel Pemberton, was
sol-respondent of the London Times(
who approached too close to the line
wag killed by shell fire dlring the bat
Every Ward In City Votes
Against Bonding To Pay
Old Paving Bills.
In proportion to tho number who reg
istered for the city ' election, ward 7
brought out the largost number of vot
ers In the Tuesday election. Its per
centage of voto, compared to its regis
tration was about 43. This i8 quite an
improvement ovor the May primary
election whon 35 per eent of the voters
went to tho polls. This ward registered
its disapproval of the proposed amend
ment to tho city cjiartcr as 62 per cent
of tho voto cast wag against the meas
ure. Ward 2 was second in voting its reg
istered strength as 40 per cent of thoso
who wero entitled to a voto came to tho
polls Tuesday. This ward has a reg
istration of 1,202 and 478 managed to
exercise their right to vote. Of thoso
who did vote, 62Vi per cent were
against tho proposed amendment to the
Ward 6 stands third in the list of
getting out its voting strength, al
though it did pretty good work com-
! .. ".J. : ' V 7 V ,
26K recent cared to vote but with tho
greater questions to be settled Novem
ber 5, about 39 per cent of the voters
dropped in their ballots Tuesday! As to
whether the city should pay for its old
paving, tho ward voted 06 per eent
against the measure.
Ward 1 brought out 31 per tent of
its votes which i much better than It
did for tho primaries when only 28 per
cent cared to vote. This ward hud a
pretty closo race on the proposed
amendment as 139 voted in favor and
J 151 against. With a registration of
831, the election interested 305 voters.
Ward 4, with the lieaviest registra
tion in the city brought out 34 per cent
of its voters, compared to only 28 per
eent for the May primaries. This
ward has 1,349 registered voters and
only 459 managed to get to the polls
Tuesday. But those who did go were
emphatically opposed to the proposed
bonding amendment as 69 per eent vot
ed no. No other ward showed such op
position to the idea of bonding Halcm
for past paving.
Ward 5, comprising that part of the
city north of Mill creek and wist of
the 8. P. track, ha, next to the largest
registration but it succeeded in getting
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401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon.
FOB SALE And worth the price, five
acres of choice land for hay, grain
or fruit; located abont 24 miles
from city limits, a new and well
furnished house end barn, an excel
lent well with pump, acre of tim
ber, place well fenced on B, F. D.
Plenty and variety of fruit for fam
ily nso. Price $2000. mproveinents
are worth the money asked. Inquire
at square JJeai itealty Co. Jfhone 470
3 ROOM residence, paved street, large
lot, 700, $350 cash, balance terms.
40 acres. 20 cultivated, 3 prunes, fair
improvements, (2000, $500 cash, bal
ance terms at 6 per cent. Strietly
modorn room new bungalow, close
in, $2500. 70 acres, 40 cultivated, bal
ance timber, Tunning water, joining
town, 03 per acre. Socolofsky, 841
State St. t
10 PEB CENT on your money does not
compare with the following invest
ment. 45 acres, all cultivated, prac
tically joining Salem, on account of
arrangements to be met this beauti
ful, well located tract will be sold at
$210 per acre. Mr. Investor you need
not worry about this proposition last
ing long. It will be sold. If interest
ed act at once. Box 215, Salem, Or.
"BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Nlemeyer, Aeal
Estate Agent. Canadian Lands, 544
THE FIX1T SHOP Let s ropair and
Sharpen your lawn mowers. 267 Court
Phone 1023. tf
8TOVES REBUILT ANI REPAIRED
60 years experience, Depot, National
and American fenee.
Sizes 26 to 58 in high
'Paints, oil and varnish, ete
Loganberry and hop hooks.
, Salem Fence and Store Works.
250 Court street. Phone 124.
out bartly one-third of its voto for the
general election. For the primary elec
tion last May only 24 per cent of the
pcoplo voted who had registered. This
ward voted 64 per cent against tho pro
posed bonding of the city. With a reg
istration of 1,209, the election inter
Ward 3, comprising that part of the
city between Ferry and Court streets,
isn't strong on voting, although it has
registered 523 who had a right to voto.
At the primaries only 20 per eent
voted whilo for the general election No
vember 3 only 31 p-r eent voted, the
smallest per cent of any of the sovon
wards. Of the 148 voting on the amend
ment 64 per cent were against tho pro
posed bonding Amendment.
In regard to the percentage voting,
it may be said that in some wards tho re
may have been ninny changes during
the past year, many people moving to
tho shipyard cities and then again to
othui wards in tho city. Hcnco the pei.
centugo proportions may not bo a true
pioportion to those living in the wards
now. ' They are based on the figures of
the city recordor'g office.
On tho proposed amendment t(. (ho
city charter the final vote shows 1)05 in
favor and 1,515 against,
Oa this busis,
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City Election Result
In Portland Settled
Portland, Or., Nov. 7. C. A. Bige
low and 8. C. Pier are elected commis
sioners of Portland for tho long term.
With the unofficial count complete for
the entire 3S0 city precincts B;gelow
leads tho field and Pier has a margin
over Kellaher of 539 vetcs. Tho three
leading candidates stand:
Pier, first choice, 17,928; " second
choice 3888, total 21,818.
Kellaher, first choice 17,167; second
choice 4HT, total 21,278. -
Bigelow, first choice 18,830; second
choice 4155, total 22,95.
Complete returns from 76 eity pre
cincts, which accounts for all but fonr,
show that Digclow and Pier are in the
lead for eity commissioner, long term.
Perkins has been sleeted city commis
sioner for the short term by two to one
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SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage an
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rate
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Offiee phone, Maia 2247.
Residence, Main 2272.
FOR A WOOD SAW Phone 1090-B
1255 N. Summer St. Our prices an
right W. M. Zander, proprietor. 9-lt
KNIGHT3 OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Aadresen, C. C. I. J. Kunta
HODEEN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meet
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, I o'clock .
in Derby building, corner Court en
High streets. B. F. Day, V. C; T. A,
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
''Oregon Grape CampV Ne. 1360V
meets every Thursday evening i
Derby building, Court and High Su
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. F.
Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.)
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34Q Owens
Wheat, soft white ; ".. $1.943
Wheat, lower grades oa sampls
Hay, oats $23
Hay, cheat, new ,
Mill run -........,
Bntterfat . . 67e
Creamery butter 66e
Fork, Veal ana Mutton
Pork, on foot , $16.75
Pork, drossed 1922e
Veal, fancy ....
Ewes .. .
ggs and Poultry.
Eggs, eash .. : 6002o
Hens, live 20(g)22
Old roosters loe
Springs , 2124e
Sweet potatoes .. ., 3Vi
Potatoes ., ..... $3
Onions, local $1,75
Cabbage :.. 2o
Horse radish root, lb 15e
Turnips ; 2fte
Grapes $22.G0 .
Greon peppers ........... 6o
Parsnips ..... . 8
Egg plant ... 4e
Cranberries, box . $4.25
Oranges .. $1V
Lemons, box . 1010.50 ,
Bananas . ................ 7e
Miicuolbcmos, pound 1-is
California grape fruit, ease $7.50(a8.5O
Black figs, 25 25 lbs. 4.50
Figs, 4 oz packagos $3
Figs, 6 oz, packagos , JM.50 -
Figs, 8 oz. paokages . $3.50
Figs, 10 lb. fancy $2,115
Figs, 10 lb. ex. fancy $2.5
Croamery butter 70e
Flour, hard wheat , $S3.25
Country butter ....... .................. 65e
Eggs, dozen . 70e
Portland, Or., Nov. 7 Butter, city
f;ggs, selected local ex. 6i(a59t
Cheese triplets 3536o
DAILY LIVE STOCK 1IAEEET
- Tone of market steady
Prime steers $12.25(al2.75
Choice to good steers $ll12
Medium to good stoers (HhalO.10
Fair to medium steers $8.50(0 9.50
Common to fair steers 68
Choico cows and heifers i!58.75
Medium to good cows and heifers '
Fairto medium cows and heifers
Stockers and feeders $(5a8
Tone of market lower
Prime mixed $17.2517.33
Medium mixed $17((fi7.25
Rough heavies $l,7.25fiil7.35
Tone of market steady . '
Prime Iambs $ll.5012.50
Fair to medium Iambi $8.5010
Ewes (a8 - ' ' ,
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