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DO YOU KHOVnHY - - Illusions Can
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Tke Old Reliable
Used successfully everywhere nearly century
Made under sanitary conditions from clean, rich
milk, with extract of our specially malted grain.
Instantly prepared by stirring- the Food-Drink In water.
Infantt and Childnn thru en it. Agrwt with lAe
wakut ttomaeh of thm Invalid and Agtd,
Invigorating as a Quick Lunch at office or table.
Ask for Horlick's The Original
Thus Avoiding Imitations
Substitutes Cost YOU Same Price
Knotad at RjkdlM, U.S.A.
Hull nf tfmtor
"From Over There" l
General Pershing's Official Report
Killed in action . 38
Died of wounds . 88
Missing in action 48
Total ...... .. 114
Today's casualty fist contains toe
foil owing names of Oregon men:
Vincent Wlnniford, WUbui, died of
William A Johnson, Perdue, died of
Frederick Kasteu, Perdue, died of
John R Pearse, Enterprise, died of
KITJiBfi IN ACTION
John Anderson, Danville W Va
- Richard Boll, Crewe Va
John Botha, Now York
Gunther iP Clovengcr, Dallas Tex
Eugene 6 Cummiskey, St Louis Mo
Wiu i Kmos, Youngstown O
Maulden Donuis, Elkton Md
William B Dew, Maple Heights O
Eugene Fletcher, Brent Ala
Howard A Gilbert, Wrightsville Fa
William M Gilliam, Philadelphia
5arl Gordon, Finley Pa
William A Kelloy, Providence R I
Jrhn T Lano, Delta Pa ,
David H Lauck, Snowshoo Pa
William MeKiuney, Caffnjy 8 0
i'aul H Massey, Bristol Tcnn .
Geo Moss, Philadelphia
Ida W Oberlin, Canton 0
Wunaio Kusso, Brooklyn
Herbert Singloy, Harrisburg Ark
Charleg W Smith, Philadelphia
Wm S Sons, Brumley Mo
Kben Stout, Camden N J
Frederick L Strader, New York
Argie W Tanger, Carlisle Pa
William Thompson, Brooklyn
Constantino Veguopoulog, Springfield
Cyrille Vielloux, Manchester N H
Kasmirs Wikowski, Pittsburg
DIED FROM WOUNDS
Cur' F Schuster. Lakewool
Easy to Make This
Pine Cough Remedy
Thousand of families nwntr by Its
prompt rconUa. Inaipeoetve,
and save abvai S3.
You know that pine is used in nearly
ml prescriptions and remedies for coughs.
The reason is that trine contains several
peculiar elements that have a remark
able effect in soothing and healing the
membranes of the throat and1 chest.
Pine is famous for this purpose. ,
Pine cough syrups are combinations ef
fine sod syrup. The "syrup" part is
usually plain granulated sugar syrup.
i make toe oesi pine cougn remouy
hat money can buy, put ti ounces f
l'inex in a pint bottle, and fill up
With home-made sugar syrup. Or you
can use clarified molasses, honey,
awr corn syrup, instead of sugar strap.
Wither way, yon make a full pint more
Sham you can buy ready-made for three
times the money. It is pure, Rood sad
Terr pleasant children take it eagerly.
You can feel this take hold of a eosgh
tor cold in a way that means busisess.
The eongh may be dry, hoarse and tight,
or may be persistently loose from the
format i o- of phlegm. The cause is the
awme inflamed membranes and Wis
S 'in ex and Syrup combination will stop
it usually in 24 hours or less. Splea
iid, too, lor bronchial asthma, hoarse,
aess, or any ordinary throat ailment.
. Pinez is a, highly soncetrsted eosm
Stound of genuine Norwsy pine extrses,
and is famous the 'world ever for its
prompt effect upon coughs.
Beware of substitutes. Ask your droe
srrst for ?H ounces of Pisex" wrtk
directions, and don't seespt ytkms;
lse. Guaranteed to give sbsolnte sat
isfaction or money promptly refunded.
Use Pinex Co, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Ask foe and GET
Oesaro Silletto, Italy
William F Shea, Fall River Mass '
Walter J Smith, Baltimoro
Wm B Snyder, Baldwin W Va
William h Boeder, Jamahs N Y
Kdward S Spayer, W Lasalle 111 -Robert
M Stevens, Fruitvalle Tenn
Lester Storms, Tarrytown N Y
William C Stubbs, Covington Ky
Stophen T Sullivan, Richmond Hill
Chester P Tuttle, Oxford Mass
Hugh R Warner, Hannibtil Wis
Clarence I Warren, Fairfield Neb
John E Wilford, Bowling Green O
Will T Anderson, Augusta Ark
Noah 0 Berry, Collbran Ala
Henry H Boswoll, Rosaryville Md
John Bottare, Barre Vt
Elmer J Brindle, Barre Pa
Fred Budke, Albion Mich
James L Carr, Baltimore
James B Chapman, Taylorsvillo N C
Louis Fraquell, New York
Israol E Geiger, Export Pa
Wallace L- Haga'n, Chattanooga Ten
Henry A Kaufholdt, Chicago
William Kelliher, Brockton Mass
John A Kramer, Johnstown Pa
Grovor O Lester, Harrisinith Va
Paul Masters, Erwin Tonn
, Ivan S Mayes, Oxtord N C
Henry Meldrum, Sikestou Mo
Timothy A Murphy, New York
Carmine Provisiero, Carona L I
Harry G Robinson, Lancaster N Y
Van Rhodes, New York
Bryan Royce, Columbia Ky
MISSING Ifr ACTION
Harry S Bartlow, Pomeroy Wn
G Carrier, Joplin Mo
Lee Clark, Roosevelt Utah
John W Doherty, Oakland Cal
James F Gibbons, Los Angeles
Walter "L Hustn, Huston Mich
Nicholas Jonkur, Grand Rapids Mich
Cornelius L Lucas, Manhattan Mont
Duncan McLean, Westhope N D
Ruddy Myers, Paragould Ark
Dalla K Powell, Gelina 0
David W Powers, Chico Cal
William A Sawyers, Tyronza Ark
Frank P Schaap, Sacramento Cal
Harvey Turner, Santa Clra Cal
Killed In action, Previously reported
Frank N (Bennett, Lajolla Cal
William D Fawcett, New York
Joseph W Provasda, Hageretown Md
Howard M Schroedel, Pittsburg
Irving P Wilson, Oshkosh Wis
Silled in action, previously reported
wounded, degree undetermined
Corp Walter E Durgin, Boston
Killed in action, previously reported
sussing in action
Lt Chester H Kennedy, McMinns
Lt P W Bidler, Danville Ps
Sgt John F Clayton, Canada
Joseph Cisso, New York
William Compton, Sword Creek Va
John P Dwyer, Solvay N Y
Leslie R Elliott, Brunswick Vt
Fred H Ellis, Jndisnapolis Ind
John A Etheridge.'Crew Lake La
Albert L Porsythe, Leedy Okla
Samuel P Francis, Clarkton Va
Irvin C Franklin, Bercall Mont
irn H TI,m (ienrffctowii S C
Edward E Hayes, Jersey City N J
George F Hooper, Sulphur Okla
William N Hoskins, Hoskinston Ky
Joseph M Krubes, Britt la
Vincent P Hurley, Maiden Mass
Sam Lane, Bolivar Pa
George D Lyon, Chillicothe Tex
Joseph Maceeecsko, Bayoine N J
Asel L Nelson, Ronneby Minn
Fred C Nowaek, Biglake Minn
THE DAILY CAPITAL
Bs So Easilj mfc ?
Carleton Ii Petry, Brookline N H
Joseph G Prochazka,' Chicago
Ramie Richard, Grand Chenier la
Joseph C Romanda, Canada
Raymond J Roth, Utiea NY
John E Sanders, Yoyngstown O
. Hftrvey P Welborn, Smoky Butte
Edward Wilkening, Brooklya
John Zackerswki, Chicago
Wounded severely, previously reported
missing in action
Corp Marshal H Engler, Sedali Mo
Guide Falanski, Racine Wis
Frank 0 Gouger, Frankston Tea .
Emil R Erncir, Schulenburg Tes
Hugh Keeton, Willis Okla
William A Lewis, Boyne City Mich
Albert F Nelson, Shakopec Minn
Alfred Pedorsen, Jackson Mont
Harry J RoBeman, Mt Hope Wis
Edwin K Soversen, Humbolt S D
Claude White, I'at'mos Ark
Grain Is Suffering
From Freezing Weather
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Victor Point, Jan. 7. The repeated
frosts are treating the grain eruelly
Thi8 weather also seems to be nurtur
ing the influenza germ. Keep away
from the cities and their crowds sow
if you want to remain well Take care
of yourself do not expose yourselves
to avoidable dangers, dt psys in tne
end, snid that grand movie you risked
seeing or that unnecessary business
trip you made will profit you little if
the epidemic lays her fatul hold on
Whalen Savage who has been serv
ing in an aero squadron abroad, has
lately returned to this community., ne,
was mustered out from Camp Lewis,
Oregon's' demobilization Btation. - Mr.
Savage is the first of our iboys to re
turn from "over there."
Cornoral J. B. Starr of Camp Lewis
spent part of New Year's week at In
dian Brook.. During the time of his
furlough he accompanied A, N. Doer
flcr to Tillamook on business..- Corp.
Starr expects to he discharged from.
the army witnin a lew-weens.
Mis Una Darby returned to O. A.
C. after spending the hoitflays with
her parents here.
Roy Fox who nas Dcen in ine navy
nearly two years is on his way home.
He is convalescing from influema and
pneumonia which attacked him on his
trio west and detained him in Chicago
several weeks. Mr. Fox has been across
tho hlue many times and we all wel
come him home.
The Wenssel Docrfler family are
moving from their farm near Victor
Point to Sublimity. Their former home
will be occupied by their sot. and wife,
who have recently returned irom Kan
sas. Arthur Schreiber of Camp Lewis has
been home for several weeks. Very
soon, wo hope all the boys of the col
ors will lie with us. Sergeant Karl
Hanneman in a recent telegram to his
wife, states that, the regiment to which
he belongs will 'be released from ser
vice at least by February. He is sta
tioned at Camp Meade, Maryland.
Corporal Brill Sees A
Lot Of "No Man's Land"
Corporal Nicholas Brill of Co. D, 363
infantry, is one ef the Marion county
boys who has done considerable trav
eling in France and Belgium. In a let
ter date I'ce. 1, 1918, addressed to sis
fathers, Christ Bull, of Mill City, he
"We have heen almost all over
FrHiiee and Uclgium. We trovel by foot
and box ears. Here is the nsms of some
of the towns we have been througs:
Glasgow, Scotland; Cherburg, France;
along too butukivte of Vara, and then a
lot of French towns including Clear
mont which wss shot up ss only a few
of the buildings are standing.
We oou i"H close to the front line.
We coull hear the cannon balls coming.
We cumped bcl 'nd a hill three days not
far from the front of the trench trtnehv
es. reidr to no ever the top. I went
to the ttenches two days before w)
went over the t"p. They made us put
on French uniforms so the Germans
couldn't find out that American troops
"On the 26th of (September, 1918. at
5 .'0 o'clock, in tLt morning the boys
went over the top in the worst sector
they had tried, the Argonne forest close
to Verdun. I sprained my ankle al
most broke it, so the doctor seat me
to the hospital where I was for over a
"Then I started baek to my company
which had been fighting all the time,
and good, too. ' They were then in Bel
gium. I went through Ypres, Ctlais,
Dunkirk and other towns. Between
Ypres and Roulers is the worst place
I ever saw. That is wbere tne wntisn
fought so hard. As far ss the eye can
see. there isn't a yard of earth that
didn't have a hole Irom esnnon Daus."'sveniuj nuj i
JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, JANUARY
V v -
(Capital 'Journal Special Service)
Silverton, Jan. 7. Otto Segard of
the V. S. navy, Seattle, is home on a
ten day leave.
M. S. Henderson of Astoria is visit
ing at Bilverton.
Mrs. A. Thompson of this eity died
of influenza last Saturday.
Little Philip Ricbardsoln is quite
sick with the flu.
Mrs. Ballantyne and two children
are sick with the flu at the home si
her mother, Mrs. Richardson.
The flu tteing so prevalent ia Silver
ton, the board of directors found it
necessary to elose the schools for the
third time. Schools were closed last
Friday to remain closed indefinitely.
It is thought probable that the eity
council will decide to again close the
theaters, churches, pool ha1 Is and oth
er meeting plaees at their meeting this
Omar Hubbard of Portland is pay
ing a visit to Bilverton friends this
Mrs. William Sherlock arrived here
last week to remain with Mr. Sher
lock's parents until her husband is re
leased from the navy,,
Bev. Baumgartnsr of Prstnra has
been appointed guardian of the three
Widmey ehiWren. The yoangest child
hag found a permanent homu with Mr.
and Mrs. U. G. Davis. The oldest girl
will be cared for in a homo at Salem.
The other child will make her home
with a family at 'Pratum.
Mrs. Hollingsworth, who was report
ed quite ill with the flu on Jan. 2,
died a couple of days later. Mr. Hol
lingsworth, who was quite sick at the
time of Ms wife's desth is improving
very rapidly. The body waj shipped to
Indiana for burial.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Cage
died the latter part of last week. Sev
eral other members of the family have
been suffering from the flu, hut are
slightly improved at this writing.
Master Earl Stam of Albany paid
a visit to his grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Mathency, last week.
Miss Jane Theobald of eastern Ore
gon has been visiting her brother,
Mrs. Elmer Olsen '(visited relatives
in Portland last week.
Miss Blanche Stevenson spent New
Years day at Salem,
H. Mills is moving his family to Ev
erett, Wash. Mr. Mills is an expert
butter maker but lias not been follow
ing his profession since he eame to
Bilverton a year ago. He was associat
ed with the Independence Creamery
comnanv for a number of yf-ars.
Bob Bowers .of Portland visited bis
sister, Mrs. W. H. Eagon, New Years
Stamps Out Influenza
Eiiuene is ncain wide onen in respect
to tho "flu" the city board of aenxh
havinff this morninir removed the ban
entirely from picture shows and dances.
This action permits children under 13
to attend places of amusement. Others
GiRLS! HAVE WAVY,
SaieYcnr Hair! Double Its
Itety In a Few Moments
If you ears for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant
with life; has an incomparable soft
ness and is fluffy and lustrous, try
Just one application doubles ths
beauty of your hair, besides it immedi
ately dissolves every particle of dan
druff; you esnnot have nice, heavy,
healthy hair if you have dandruff. This
destructive scurf robs ths hair of its
lustre, its strengtn ana its very lire,
and if not overcome it produces a fev
erish ness and itching of the scalp; the
hair roots famish, loosen and die; then
ths hair falls out last.
If your hair has been neglected and
is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too
oily, get a small bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine at any drug store or toilet
eounter for a few eents; apply a little
as directed and ten minutes after you
will say this was the best investment
vou ever made.
We sincerely believe, regardless of
everything else advertised, that if you
desire soft lustrous, beautiful hair and
lots of it no dandruff no itching
J scalp and bo more falling hair you
-must use Ksowlton's Danderine. If
have been going all the time.
Only one flag was put up, while three
were taken down Sunday and today.
Tho home of Mr. Lee, 1197 Oiive, was
the only one quarantined, and those re
leased were Jd. U Kreimer, lita ana
Adams; L. L. Lewis, 1340 Mill, aud R.
C. Gray, 1258 High. Eugene Guard.
.(Capital Journal Special Service)
nlnvnr.lulp .Ton. 7 The Clnvendale
school remained closed last week on
aeeonnt of the flu.
Miss Knox returned from her vaca
tion to open up her school at Summit
Uill on Monday.
. Mrs. Myrtle Graybill of Sulem spent
a ttm, ilav. here Inst week, visitinc her
mother, Mrs. W. Wright, and her sis
ter, Mrs. ttiaco.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whitehead of
Tnviwtv aroint ftnndav visiting their son
J. E,. Whitehead and family, on Sum
Mrs. W. J. Hadlcy's brothers have
been visiting her the past week.
W. G. Young and family left for
somewhere in Missouri last week.
British Will Not Send
More Troops To Russia
London. Jan. 7. The British gov
ernment has decided to abandon the
war against Russia, ths Evening Star
Great Britain has not the slightest
intention Of sending any liore troops
to Russia, the Exchange Telegraph
company stated. At present, according
to the News Agency, there are not
more than twenty thousand British
soldiers in Russia.
miinf nt Pnlif.A Johnson, after bis re
lease from quarantine, will bo qualified
to speak on how it feels to be locked up.
1 CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. J
QUICK REFERENCE TO
WHERE BUYER 4ND SELLER ffltcIWE KtWMOT ui aiuuuimw
Masonic Temple, 127 North Hik
ifttsm Electric Co.
ORS. B. E. WHITE AND R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialised in nervous diseeses at Los
Angeles College. Offices 605-508 Nat
Bask Bldg. Phone 85. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2819. Dr. White
Res. Phone 469.
0B. F. L. UTTER,' DENr I: I, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce building.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Lsdd Bosh bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6 per
sent 34 years time. A. C. Bobrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple. Balom, Oregon.
MONEY to loan 01, good real estate.
B'd percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
8TOVE8 REBUILT AND REPAIREl
60 years experience, Depot, Nations
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to S8 in high
Paints, oil and vsrnish, ste
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Htovr Works
260 Court street. Phone 124
JOURNAL WANT AOS PAY
Wheat, soft whits 1.M8
Wheat, lower grades oa sample
Barley, ton -.... 4850
Mill run S4(aia
Dreamery butter 6667e
Fork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot
Veal, fancy , -
cheers - -
Spring lambs -
llwss-- .. ..4(6
Lambs, yearlings - 89c
ggs and Fouitry
Eggs, cash 60c
Hens, life .... 23(ij25e
Old roosters , . 15
Onions, local .....................
Head lettnee . 2.753.50
Parsnips . -- 8
Cauliflower . 2
Florida erape fruit, ess , 67
Black figs, 3 5 lbi.
Figs, 4 0s. passages
Figs, 6 os, packages ..
Figs. 8 os. packages .
Pigs, 10 lb. faney .
FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE
, Main 120
ARE you looking for a house n Port
land! i have a cozy three room cot
tage, choice lot, in a fire location
near car line in a good neighborhood
If you wish to buy it will pay you
to pee number 6730 at eoiner of 68
Btreot and 49 avo, S. E Portland.
Price $600. Phone 470 or see Square
Deal Realty company, TJ. S. bunk
BRING YOUR TRADES
I tin match you. C. W. niomeycr, Real
F,t;ie Agent, Canadian Lands, 644
State street. .
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage and
refuse sf all kinds removed oa month
ly contracts st reasonable rates.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 2247
Residence, Main 2272.
1KNIGHT8 OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
.m n t t. .11 A.an T1a.
McCoinack ball oa every Tndaj
t 8. P Andrews, O. C. F. i. Kunti
K R A 8.
OTAI NEIGHBOR? OF AMERIOJ
'Oregos Grspe Camp" No. 1380
mees every Thursday svening is
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St
orfcele; Mr. I'olinaa Peraons, record
f 141 ! N. 4th fit. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 8246 mt
every 3rd and 4th Tb ir. eve, 8 o'elos
s Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. V. Day, V. C.j
. jrner. clerk.
XtTRTi ARTIflMS Canitil Asaea
bly No. 84 meets every Tiinrsday at
8 p. m. in Maoaie Temple. Norma L.
Terwilligcr, M. A.: C. A. Vibbcrt, ,
secretary, 343 Owens street.
. . rix Journal Jit Department a
vili print yor anything in ths
line do it right and
y.Hi real money -
Figs, 10 lb. ex. funcy $2.H
No. 1 comb honey V
Creamery butter ........ 73e
Flour, hardbea 3(g3,S
Country Butter oo'fi-s
Eggs, doien . ...... 657C
Portland, Ore., Jan. 7. Butter, city
Eggs, selected local ex. 07(51119
Geese 25o i) 1MB
Cheese, triplets 89g40s
Turkeys 40c , ,
DAILY LITO STOCK MASKS )
Receipts 48 i :
Tone of market stesTJy ., .
Prims steers 1313.75 '
Choice to good steers $11.50((M2.50
Medium to good steers lO.SOiUll.SO
Fair to medium steers 9.5010.59
Common to fair steers $8(u)9
Choice cows and heifers 4tf.5010.50:
Medium to good cows and kail ess
Falrto medium tows and aeue?s
Calves $912.50 ' ' 1
Stockers and feeders $7l '
Tone of market higher ' . ...
Prime mixed $17.50(fl7.?ri
Medium mixed 1 ICwl 7.30
Bough heavies 15.50 16.50
Pigs $14.25(fi15.23 I
Receipts 1068 - . ,
Tone of market Bteady ,
Prime lambs 1213
Fair to medium lambs $9H . ' ' (
Wethers $910 . .
Ewes $C8 .
ITUTITLAND Nursery, Snlom, Route V
box 1381S, phone lliriiJ. we have we
Roman strain grtfed Franquct wal
nuts ss well as a full line of all oth
er nursery stock. 1-12S
10 ACRE pnino ranch, good improve
ments, 3 miles from Sulem, wish to
exchange for larger ranch, not ovw
$4(100. 40 acres all in cultivation, first
class valley soil, also 'i block, in.
town which tho 40 acres, join, sples
"did improvements, family orehard,
will take Sulem residence not over
$2000 and give easy terms en tho
balance, price $9300. VA acres gocd
improvements, good orchard, in Ss
lem limits, only $1200. 600 acres, 159
bottom, 450 hill pasture, good im
provements, $3000 worth of live
stock and equipmeut, on goed road,
will take $17,500 and give eay terns.
Socolofskr. 341 State St. It
FOR ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Write
to Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Oregon
Agents for Marion county 1-Et
STOP SHAKING YOUR BHOTJLDEBft
THEODORE and LILLIAN NEWMAN
TU ? TlH.... J T .......
Learn to JJanee uorreetiy
Exhibition Dancers and Instructors
Modern and Classic Dancing
Hotel Marion, Salem, Oregoa
Results uou want
liy One loMorroW
in wPaptrthat BnnAsRcjrulb