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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1918.
cans immediately began a f ight to de
lay consideration of the measure speedy
enactment of which President Wilson
urged in his message to congress Moa
dav. ' ..' ' '
Germans Expect Allied -Troops
To. Police Berk
Cpenhagen, tee. 6.' !The Dontseb
lAllegemeine Zeitung publishes an al
fa , - a: -mk
At THE OREGON Now!
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liTJ113 Ur 0OROTHY DAITOK Hrr
It's Great! Also one of those Laugh-GetlingSennett glitter Go!
Comedies. Same snow Saturday.
Commencing Sunday You Will See Frecl Stone In "37f GOAT"
Stall of owir
"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Report
Died of disease L...2 HO
Wounded Beverely; 27
Wounded, degree undetermined 301
. Today's casualty list contains the
names of the following Oregon tnen:
Anibale Desantis, Portland, killed tn
Charles Sy van Fisher, Minim, died of
Wm P Monaghan, Yamhiil, wounded
Sain Ventura, Portland, Wounded
Jesse Chester Burdick, Marshileld,
wounded slightly ' ' ..
Died of Disease
Lt Maurice L Harding, Washington
Lt Samuel' Solovie, 'Brooklyn ' '
ftgt Mnj Alban M Potvin, Willinian
Master Engr Jesse M Steed, Seattle
Sgt Edward R Lonl, Chicago
ISgt Sam McKinnie, Snulibury X C
Marion F Boon, Whchita Falls Tex
William J Clark, Binghainton N Y
iRalph Durbin, 'Chicago
I'lummer L Haga, Shoal? Ind
Filip Simunjak, Chicago 4
Robert E White, Woodbine la
Wagoner CHee Hedasl, Woodbine In
Cook Charlie B Coleman,
'oilier Bradford, Gilmer Tex
Milton H iBrosi, Coatsbnrg III
James Brown, GoMdnot Tenn
Joe Brunnecker, Biranwood la
Fred Buss, Onens Wis
Hulev MeCant'rell, Greenfield Tenn
" is best treated by a vegetable remedy
! thnt gently drives cut th- poisonous
- nase that lodges in the lower bowel.
: is sure and acts witnnnt discomfort.
dTa-? it for sick headache, colds and
,i fevcrMi condition. Same old temedy in
the same old box.
SPRINGTEX is the underwear
with million little spring in its
fabric which cive -and toke'
with everv movement of the
body, nd preserve the ihapeof
the garment despite long wear
and hard washings,
it is the year-wound oaderwwir, light,
medium or huvy weight, ujon like.
"Remember to Buy It-
Yn'll Forget Ym Hv It 0"
Ask Yor DmJmt
UT1CH KKfrrmS CO, Bakers
Sates Room: ISO Creaswqr, Hm Yark
rasquale Cappabinnco, Brooklyn
Ctmrles E Carlson, Le'advillo Colo
v.)liloy F Clement. SnvannnhjTcnn
Robert .'ollins, Bartlctt Tenn
Charles L Oookf Pi
JVarl T CowgHt, Hanson 1H
Hemp ( leeclij Metter Ga
William' F K'nrth jr, Chicago
Krneist ftanghcrty, Kaufman Tex
WoTsclu'H H Dawson, Galesburg 111
Clarence G Dolan, WOodhourne N V
.'Harold ;ti BngUy Hancock Wis
Ceo M llpton, Woodside Mills S C
loaeph W Fishbourue, New York
lio'ot G.imblo, Tuscombia Ala
Oscar Gardner, Camden 8 C,
Joseph li Gnlewooil, Richmond Va
Elmer 'cnter, Milfprd NY..-.
Willie George, Pomona 'F'n
Alonzo Gillispi. West Point Miss
Mien Groen, Whiterock HI
Lawrence L Guimont, Mimienpolis
Willie Hardin, Calhoun City Miss
Lorenzo Hnrdwidge, Evanston Wyo
Thomas P Harrigan, Hallsite N iC
Mike Hen-en, Harrisburg 8 D .
Dan Henderson, Iverness Fla
Pallia E Hendrickson, Newcastle Col
Corn- C Hormansen, Menmine Mich
Willie Hicks, Crowder Wisj
Fred Hoffman, Baltimore
Eilert S Jackson, Elkmond Wis
John '() Johnson, Stoughton Wi
Ernest. Lewis, Jackson Miss
August LoschiflVC, Cleveland O
Rex MciC'ormick, Stotesbury Mo
Solomon MeGrady, Barnwell S C'
John A McLean, New York
Spence McMillan, Osyka Miss 7,
Leon Mcnish, Ruckford HI
Liberto Marcsca, Jersey City X J
Andrew J Nash, Philadelphia
Johannes "NorelI, iseW York
Edward R Osborne, Belair Md .
INernice O Peak, Lovelnnd Col
Thomas H Pearce, New Augusta Mis
Sam Robert. Lobeville Tenn
Charles F Roto, Mnlburn N Y
Theodiis SandcToos, CeehHin Ga
'Rudolph C Santleben, Owoso Mich
Fred H Schnare, town !ty la
John A G Sedi'rburg, 'North Branch
John R ShaVp, Sprinafrcld Tenn :
horge W Sharpe, X'aspy Co N Y
t'hartes H Sheffer, Baltimore
Rnbet heyidan. Ht Lonw Mo
Mf'rt hnlrst, Polonia Wis
Fratrk Simpson, Flrtcher Okla
Harry 'R Hjoqnist, Dassel Minn .
Edward Smith, Hagrod 8 C
Horace T mith, Uiddin(!s Tex
.Ino E Smith, Tier Ga
'(sr Arrell-.Tr, Brooknenl Va
Morton M Snyder Lowry City Mo
Vineenzo Sperduto, Erie Pa
William H fctarks, Clinton Mo
.Frank T Stewart, Elkshnrt Kan
Waltor C Stout, Avoen X Y
Iwij Stotsberry, Bellairc O j
Geo W Sttcater, Newport News' Va
Clarence V Stroutz, Whitewater Min
Richard Sullivan, Eauclaro Wis
Ingwald Tallakson, Eoshelle Wis
Eobt Tate, Tatesville Tenn
John N Taylor, Manchester Tenn
Stoffeu D Thuno, Soumberota Minn
John Visser, Waupnn Wis .
Charles L oVss, Hokah Minn
Henry Waddington, Dawkins S C
Roy Wagley, Karnesvilla W Va
Elwobd E Walters, Fianlcford Del
Grover Watts, Blowing Rock IN C
William H Welsh, Chicago
Alfred5- A Wersonske Oconomowca
' Frank Williams, Bertie N C "
Jirii Williams G'aiucsvillo Ala 1 "
Ernests Woodrey, Trenion O
Mike ' Zoloko, Bayonne X J .
IS MORE DEADLY
The appalling rftvage of Spanish in-
fltiCMa in this, country . are perhaps
best realized by the-statement recent
ly made, tlint more deaths have result
ed in littlo more than a month from
this - disease than through out whole
eighteen months participation in the
'battles of the European v.ar.
Our greatest dM?cr miw, Klcclare
authorities, is the great Ai.ierican ten
dency to forget easily and to believe
the peril is over. Competent authori
ties claim the coming of cold weather
is very apt to ibring a rettrn of this
discaise and there should bo no let up
throughout the winter months of the
following easily observed precautions,
remembering that iwflucnan, is far as
ier to prevent than euro.
Influenza is a crowd disease. Avoid
crowds as much as possible. Influenza
germs spread when ignorant and Care
less persons sneeze or cough Without
using a handkerchief. Cover up each
cough or sneeze. Do not Spit on the
floor, sidewalk; In street cars or pub
lic places. Avoid the use f common
tirlnkiiitg cups and roller towels in
public places. Breathe some reliable
germicidal and antiseptic air to do-
stroy the germs that do find lodgement
in your nose and throat.
Remember, no safer precaution
against influehaa conld be employed in
this manner than to get frtm the near
est drag store a Complete Hyomei out
fit consisting of a bottle of the pare
oil of Hyomei and a little vest pocket
nard rubber inhaling device, into which
a few drops Of the oil ire poured. You
should carry this inhaler nKout with
you during the Jay and each half hour
or go put it in your moutl- and draw
deep breathj of its pure, healing germ
killing air into the pasxaijes of your
nose, throat and lungs;
By destroying germs befere they ac
tually !bogin work in your blood, you
may make yourself practically immune
All these suggestions about Spanish
influenza are equally true in the pre
vention of colds, catarrh of nose and
throat, bronchitis and ven pneumonia.
Don 't become careless. Do your part.
-Keep the germs away; Yon may save
yourself a serious illness and the loss
of several weckg work. Danl J. Fry.
BACK TO REFORM SCHOOL
Jerome Sacks and his companion who
recently escaped from the state tcfortn
school, wore captured yesterday near
Portland. The boys had stolen an au
tomobile and at once proceeded to the
home of the lad that was accompanying
Hacks. The father of the boy at once
innd the young culprits asknowlcdge
from wirom the ear had been stolen and
hey were Compelled by flic former to
return the machine to its rightful own
er, aftei which both the escapes were
tiiken tothe reform school. Roscburg
LOCAiL PAYKOLLS distribute
Money in a community just as "lo
cal rains" distribute moisture.
Yon can 't get away from it be
cause it's true.
- Every time yon favor local pro
ducts in your fcuying you are doing
TOUR PART to help along this lo
cal, distribution' of money.
Homo Industry League of Oregon
TRADING DEAD IN STOCK MAST
New York, De;. 6. The . Evening
Sun's financiol reviewtoday sayst
Trading virtually wont dead in to
day's session of the stock market. To-jwhere Mrs. Reiling nopC8 to her
baccos were strong, as were a few oth-j health. The firemen of which Mr. Boil
ers, including American Linseed. The inng wag chief, gave him a farewell
coppers, like the steels, were subject surprise party at the Bex hall Monday
to considerable pressure, but recovered evening. Mr. Boiling's leaving neoes
their losses. Kails were neglected and : situtod his resigning as councilman,
recorded only small fractional changosj Recorder P. M. Smith has been una
1 "r 1 ' bio to be about for two weeks, but is
BEPORT REVENUE BILL
Washington, Dec. 6. Senator .Sim
mons, chairman of the finance commit
tee, today reported the $6,000,000,000
revenue bill to the senate. Rcpubli-
. 4,;i .X.
Wave a compexhnttati
is always prvsenaSfe-
jf-now possible for every
'' Woman through use of
Immediately gives skin appear
ance of beauty t then really
beautifies it. Unrivaled baouty builder
for face, neck and hm.- Doesn't rub
up. Your mirror will ecov its merit,
; " 123 N.HigrBt. ..
Mis !jj vjr - ,n in mnj-i t
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
QUICK REFERENCE TO
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET WE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
- BVEKYTHINO ELEOTBIOAi
lUscnie Temple, 12? North Hirfk .
latton ' 3Cictrie Oo
DBS. B. fi. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
ville, Mo. Post, graduate and spec
ialized In ftervtms flisestes at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-608 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85. Residence,
1620 Court. Phona 2Z18. Dr. White
Bes. Phoae 469.
0B. F. L. TJTTEF, DEIT It X, BOOMS
113-414 Bank of Commerce building.
ALEM WATKB COMPANY Office
corner Commcfiial and Trade streets
Ellis payable monthly In advance.
Phone 606. - ' 1 '
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good ReaK Estate Security
TH08. K. FOKD
O.ar Ladd A Dnsli bank; Salem Oregon
fEDEEAL FAEM LOANS 5V4 per
eent 34 years 1"mc. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Tomplo. Balom, Oregon.
3TOVES BEBUILT AND REPAIRED
SO years experience, Depot, NatiouaJ
sod American fence.
Sizes 26 to S8 in high , -Paints,
oil and varnish, ate
Loganberry and hop hooks.
jKak-ra Fence and Stove Works.
50 Court street Phone 124- : ,
',.-,-.; - '
" The Journal 'Job Department
will print yon anything in the V
stationery line do it right and
save yon real money.-
leged American wireless d;patch del
. claring that American and allied troops
wilL occupy (Berlin provisionally for the
'purpose of policing the city.
' Ai dispatch from Heidelberg says
the workmen's and soldiers' council
there has announced the French prob
ably will occupy Heidelbeig and the
city of Mannheim because the watch
men at the Mannheim prison killed
i three iFrench prisoners.
j Heidelberg i3 32 miles northeast of
Karlsruhe. Mannneimis 45 miles south
west of Frankfort.
MT. ANGE LOCALS
(Capital Journal Special Sorvice)
Mt. Angel, Dec. 6. Mr. .Ban, the
jeweler, made a business trip to Port
land today, Wednesday.
Thomas Boiling has rented his share
in the butcher shop to his brothers-in-
law, Albert and Fred Bourbonnma, nd
with his family has left for California,
ifccline better and has aeain resumed
his official dutios.
Councilman Jacob Berchtold, the gon
ial proprietor of the Mt. Angol hotel,
has just recovered from the toils of
the "flu." Jake says that two days
of perspiration, accompanied by happy
dreams and ready-served meals is not
the worst calamity on earth.
Miss Helen Diclil accompanied Rose
Traviss to Portland last evening. Rose
TraviBs, h0 's employed by the North
western Home telephone in Portland,
spent Monday and Tuesday at homo.; -
Rose Hassing of Dufur spent Thanks
giving week at homo.
Viince, Mr. Prfly's death, Mrs. Purdy
and '-two littlo boys have moved to
Rosalia and Elizabeth Keber ol
Portland were home for Thanksgiving.
Bill Terhaar and Alois May of Camp
Lewis spent their four-day furlough at
home.; They anticipate an early release
from military duty, as also does Eil
Unger, who returns to Camp next Mon
day, after a 30 iey furlough.
Several new cases of "flu" liavo
been reported. '-
. Wilfred Bassior bf the S. A. T.'.C
at IT. of O. visited at the eollogu a
few days. ..v - .. , r-
Moe tixchter vf'Iitwksriaw")iana 0.
J, Ter. aar visitod iiiends in Woodbura
Mr. and Mrs. A'.tio$ Oswald took the
FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVI C E
OB SALE And worth the price, five
acres of choice land for nay, grain
or fruit; located about 2 "4 miles
from city limits, new and well
furnished house end barn, an excel
lent well with pump, acre of tim
ber, place well fenced on E. F. D.
Plenty and wiety of fruit for fam
ily use. Pries $2000. tnprovementa
are worth the money asked. Inquire
of Square Deal 3oalty Co. Phone 470
70 ACHES $100 land, on account of cir
cumstances will sell for $65 on easy
terms. 6 acres all cultivated, good
improvements, lVi mile of city limits
only $3500. 114 acre good house, barn
all in fruit, good soil, closo to car
lino, 41250. Soeolofsky, 341 State
WANT 1300, $300 and $1500 loana on
good real estate security. Socolofsky,
3 State St. . .. tf
isititvU Ivva I lu us ad
I can matx-h you. C. W. Niomeycr, Beal
Estate Agent, Canadian Lands, ' 644
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage and
refnse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rates.
Ceis pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Mala 2247.
Besidence, Main 2272.
KOYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
'Oregon Grape Camp" Ne. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening i
Derby building, Court and High St
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 14 Court St
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4th St. Pboae 143CM.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tndaj
at 8. P. Aodrewn, C. C, f . J. Kunb
K. B. 6.
4 When yon ose Journal elasslft-
ad ads get what yon want them
to they work fast.
! i; " rt
C. S. Hamilton
train to Portland this morning.
WHY COUGH AND
COUGH AND COUGH?
Dr. King's New Discovery
. removes the danger of ,
. Coughing until the parched throat
f rowi painful should not be permitted,
t should be relieved before it gains
headway with a dote of Dr. King's
The same with a cold or bronchial
attack. Millions have used this well
known remedy for half a - century
regularly without thought of change.
Sold by druggists since 1869. An all
important adjunct to any family
medicine cabinet. 60c and $1.20.
The Burden of Constipation
is lifted, comfortably but positively
, when you, treat your bowels witlj Dr, ,
King's New Life Pills. The liver gets '
busy, digestion improves, tht sickly, ,
sallow skin is freed from bile. Get a
bottle today start tlx day right. 25c.
ONSHORT NOTICE $
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246 meets
every 3rd and 4th Thur. tve, 8 o'clock
In Derby building, eornor Court and
High streets. E. F. Day, V. C. F. A
UNITED AETISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday ol
each month, at p. m- in I. O. O. F.
Hall. Norma L. Terwilligcr, M. A.;
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34Q Oweni
Wheatsoft white ... $1.942
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oate . 80c$l
Hay, oats $25
Barley, ton $5052
Hay. cheat, new a...... .. $24
Mill run . $3738
Creamery bnttOT fW67c
pork, von and Hut ton
Pork, on foot . 19e
Pork, dressed . - 120
Veal, fancy 1617c
Ststfrs , ., 7(3)9
Cows 4(f 8V4
Spring Iambs lie
Ewes..- .'..' 4s3Bf
Lambs, yearlings 8fe9c
. gs and Poultry
Eggs,- cash ...................5.,....... 63c
Hens live .................; ... 2123e
Old roosters 15c
Chickens .. 2124
Turkeys, dressed 30(1326
Turkeys, live 202(jc
Sweet potatoes $4
i otatoe .. 91.70
Onions, local $1.75
Uabbage .... . .j ....... vyti
Head lettuce $2.76
Grean peppers ,
Lemons, box ..... .
Will add 'joy ai Christmas
time. Sing the joyous songs
of peace. Sing the songs of
the returning heroes of tha
great war. Welcome home tfi( ;
boys with joy and song. Ev '
erything is possible for the :
Brunswick when it comes t
records "of different makes.
0t plays them all at thei .
best. The Brunswick getiP
More Volume and a more mel-J
low tone from a tecord tha1'
the machine that is mado ea- '
pecially for the record. Call
and let us show you. '
Home Furnisher I
GLASS OF SALTS IF
Eat Less Meat If You Feel
Backachy Or Have Blad
der Treble-Salts Fes
Meat forms nric acid which excite
and overworks the kidneys in their ef
forts to filter it from the system. Bog
ular eaters of meat must flush the kid
neys occasionally. You must relieve)
them like you relieve your bowols; ro
moving all the acids, waste and pois
on, else you feci a dull misery in iba
kidney fgion, sharp pains in the bacB
6 sick headache, dimness, your stom
ach sours, tongue is coated and wheal
th' weather i barl yeu have rheumat
ic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of
sediment; the channels often get irri
tated, obliging yoa to get up two , of
three times during the night,
To neutralise 1 these irritating eids
and flush off tho body's urinous waste
get about four ounces of Jad Halt
from-ny pharmaey; take a tablospoon
ful in a glass of wator before break
fast for a few days and yonr kidncya
i will then act fine and bladdor disor
ders disappear. This famous salts ia
mado from the acid of grapes and lem
on juice, combined with lithia, and baa -boon
used for generations to clean and
stimulate sluggish kidneys and atop
bladder irritation. Jad Salts is inex
pensive; harmless and makes a delight
ful effervescent lithia-water drink!
which millions of men and woman take
now and then, thus avoiding serious
kidney and bladder diseases.
Tho diet during and after influenai.
Horliek's Malted Milk, nourishing,' di
Huckloberries, pound 15a
Florida grapo fruit, case . W.mtyr
Bladi figs, 23 25 lbs .fcO
Figs, 4 0z. packages . $5.5$
Figs, 6 oz, packages ... $4.50
FUrs. 8 oa. packages $3.50
Figs, 10 lb. fancy W M
Figs, 10 ID. . laacy
No. 1 comb honey $7
(Iroamcry buttor ........... 73
Flour, hard wheat . $S3.29
Country butter ; 70s.
Portland, Ot., leo. o. Jiutrer, cnjl
Eggs, selected local x. wooe
Eggs local ex. 7072c
Hens 27e , j
Geese 22fi;2 c
Cheese triplets 85(2 86
DAILY LTVE STOCK MaXKJET
Prime steers $ll.!50f12
Choice te good steers $,0.5011.5O
Meilinm te good steers $PCa l0
Fair to medium stroers $8(a 9
Common to fair steers $.V)b7.56 1
Choice cows and heifers $7,7508
Medium to good eews and heifer
Fairto medium . eowa and , aeiiera
$5(06 - .;.'.-'.
Bulls $5(7 .50 ,
Stockeis and feeders $ea
Tone of market strong
Prune mixed $16.75(17 i
Medium mixed $16.5U( lfi1r5
Bough heavies $14.75(4G
Bulk $10.5O(a'16.75 4
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $11. 50(a12.75
Fair to medium lambs tS(8
Yearlings $8.5() 10.50
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