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' From Over There'
General Pershing's Official Report
Killed in action 18
Died from wounds . - 22
Died of disease 23
Wounded severely . 176
oday's casualty list contains the fol
lowing names of Oregon men:
Errol W Proctor, Salem, wounded se
verely Dewitt E Russell, Portland, died of
Malvin Haynes, Silverton, wounded
Conrad Miller, Portland, wounded
Howard Day, Dallas, wounded se
verely Jesa B Wagner, Portland, wounded
Vernon M Heckart, Portland, wound
Guy B Mandis, McMinnvUle, wound
ed, reported missing :
KILLED IN ACTION
Samuel Lewis, Jersey City
Stevenson P Lewis, Cleveland 0
Corp George D Hopper, Philadelphia
I'.ugler Walter E Butseh, Camden N.I
Daniel W Craven, Mobleatown Pa
Bronislaw Horbacz, New York
Avery C Humphreys, Marlboro Mass
Joseph Mokoski, Bothlchem Ptt
Mike Pristawko, Dovor N J
George H Sehrack, Pawhuska Olda
.. Joseph Tonvich, Austria
Cha9 W Wilson, Newport Ky
Caul V Win per, Poeatollo Ida :
Christopher Wolfe, Oarlinville HI
James Zarove, Chicago
DIED OF WOUNDS
Bugler Leo B Kethman, Burketsville
Adam B Kramer, gehuyllullhaven Pa
Elbert Shultis, Pittsburg
Harold Spcakmnn, Nnrbcrth Pa
Corp Arch Ferguson, Phoenix Ariz
Saddler Robert T McGough, Dytart
Civilian Charles A Adler, Freeport
Jerry J Mahony, Ashtabula Harbor
Arthur O Applen, Lime Spgs la
Burt!on D Brown. Brooklyn
Lawrence M Ciarncs, Abbeville Ga
Alexander Arlington, New York
Peter J iDavidonis, Russia
Brvan Fallows, Round Grove Hi
John 0 Fenne, Midway N D
Frank A Kramer, San Francisco
Burl MciClure, Moulton la
Gerald Mungioli, New York
Alexander J Schulte, Cleveland O
Charles A Schuyler, Orrtauna Pa
William H Yaugcr, Beechmill W Via
DIED OP DISEASE
Capt John H Allen, San Francisco
Lt James A Parnell, Salt Lake
Lt William P Smith, Canada
Corp Martin A Kindormnn, Buftalo
Wagioner Oso W Jones, Eiluria Ala
John A fllanagan, Fairfield Conn
Carlos Gander, Portugal
Charles C Anderson, Ralph Mich
Forrest L Bradley, LaFollette Tenn
Earl M Calhoun, Garrett Co Mil
Rov R Brooks, Kenawcc 111
John B -Carter, Franklin Tenn
Chanleg O Cato, Greenbrier Mo
Clarence V Fanning, Rosclle
Claud.., Firth. Morris 111
Homer Hollins, River Va
Bill Lnchsinger, Minten la
George D Marquis, Allegan Mich
John K iMiiller, Salem Va
William D Morgan, Cheneyville La
Reuben 3 Swan, New Albany Miss
Adam A Bnppel, Spring Valley N i
Arthur H Watson, Cisne HI
. WOUNDED SEVERELY
Sgt Edwin B Heiden, San Francisco
Corp Paul E Lamb, Lay Colo
David M Moehle, Echo Tex
Marius N 'Dincwn, Reei!er
Geo D Fairchild, Roseville Cal
Daniel G Probert, Scipio tTtah
H X Stratt, Los Angeles
t H Payne. Detyhasp Cal
Frrt-land Scott, OHi Mont
Henry H Wahl, Tj Angela
Gordon F Wilson, Inglewood Cal
Killed in action, previously reported
Pvt Hekey D Davidson, Tobias O
Died of , woncds, previously reported
Corp Alfred Cocquolet, Woodhaven
Killed In action, previously reported
missing in action:
Corp Harry F Brabo, Cleveland O
Levi F Akers, Reelsville Ind
F J Blattz, Millstadt ill
Maurice Beavers, Bristol Va
Lonnio C Blair, Clcny Fla
Fedcor Borovik, Peabody Mass
Frederick A Busby, Wiliiunistown
Thomas E Coyle, Erlanger Ky
Paul F Cripps, Ringling Ohla '
Clarence T Curry, Peekskill N Y
Peter Dante, New York
Paul F Fountain, S Bridge Mass
Emmanuel M Lucas, Davenport la
Joseph Narbon, Trenton N J ,
Edmond D Rice, Bono Ark
lilbon D Satterwhito, Hewlett Va
Adam Thornton, Providence R I
Stanley Veneski, Clarksvillo Ark
Win A Vicars, Seminole, Okla
Robert A Wagner, Keota Colo
Clifford L Warren, Minneapolis Min
Died from accittent and other causes,
previously reported missing In action
Axel R Molandcr, Furrar Minn
Jacob J Knapp, Syracuse N Y
McDonald S Dean, Wilmot 0
Jesse Bolionnon, Central City Ky
Chas Lunditrom, Big Falls Minn
D L Muri-iiy, Lin wood Ga
Oillis Shell, Woodbine Ky
James M Wright, Kansas City Kan
wve cesi Resuis
Horace T. Dodge, M. D., Professor of
Materia Medica, 25 Jacobson Bldg.,
Denver, write? Tyrrell's Hygienic In
stitute of New York ia9 .follows.
" r Km. wnthfullv av that I have
had tho very best results in my experi
ence with ihe J. a. -aBcuuB. i.
certainly have struck the keynoto of
By means of the "J. B. L. Cascade"
fiiiiipie warm water cleanses the lower
intestine the enure lengui, reiuuc
v. M;nn xr.nvtp. t herein ana Keeps
it clean and pure, as Nature demands
it shall be for perfect health.
Yon will be astonished at your feel
ing, the morning after taking an in
ternal bath with tho "J. B. L Cas
cade." You will feel bright, brisK, con
fident and as though everything is
working riglitr-ani it is. .
It (absolutely removes constipation
and prevents auto-mtoxication.
Daniel J. Fry, wholesale druggist and
infg. pharnacist, Sniem, Ore., will show
'a thP "J. B. L. Cascade" to
you, and will also give you free on re-
quesi a ui i"' "( , t
Man of Today is umy l'" " ,
it..:..... i! w n nims. A. Tvrrell ot
New York, for 23 yew a specialist on
Internal Bathing. ak ior u iuj.
Allied Forces Retire
Slightly Before Bolshevik
London. Jan. 27
-Allied forces con
nf Americans and
Russian; have retired slightly before
front, it was announced today in an
official communique received from
, " i..i..i.;ii nntinued cressurc
Ion the Sionkurst front Wednesday nd
Thursday the statement "vuse me um imniinv , v
. , .jmWii force after inv fP tha ilav when Salem will have
the statement sain. --i"j
three days bombardment. Our forces,
attaeiieu m -
consisting principally i
n,l Russians, were first witnarawii w
the Shonkunst derenses to 1'"
town from being ouuiuum-.
the town and detensc i were
full yevaeimted and a shorter line tak
en up to the northward.
Ucber Up Quickly Under the Seething,
Penetrating Application of
Hamlin's Wizard Oil
In cases of rheumatism and lame
back it penetrates quickly, drives out
soreness, and limbers up stitf, aching
joints and muscles. ... ,.
Wizard Oil is an absolutely reli
able, antiseptic application tor cuts,
burns, bites, and stings. Sprains and
bruises heal readily under its sooth
ins, penetrating qualities
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return !-e bottk and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 0
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON.
Wooin Is BhihIIv. .(Mfed
Good Seed And Variety
For Good Cereal Crops
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lis, Jan. 27.: Good seed of the right
varieties grown under conditions simi
lar to those where it is to be used and
planted early on grounds suitably pre
pared, is essential to a good spring
grain crop in Western Oregon.
To determino the best vsrieties the
Oregon experiment station has conduct
ed experiments for several years, ex
nlains B. F. Sheehan of the farm croDS
department. Varieties and rate of seed
ing found best are as follows:
Red Fife, rato of seeding,, 8 pecks
Red Huston, 8 pecks.
Marquis, 8 pecks.
Defiance, 8 peeks.
Oats 10 Pecks to Acre.
Barley 8 Fecks to Acre.
Wosconsin No. 6.
hojl in nrenared aa early as
nossible in the spring, and the seed
sowed in February, Maren or eany m
inrii Thn inrlip.T the better.- since
many low yields result from lste seed
ing. , , ,
IWoald Take Away Power
To Turn Railroads Back
Washington, Jan. 27.'-Sojiator Cum-
miiiis. Iowa, todav introduced a till
to take away President Wilson's pow
er to turn the railroads back to their
private owners at any time ho sees
fit. ' '
The measure provides that govern
ment control shall last for twonty one
months after tin proclamation lof
naipo utnWa 4nAiTTf?w diirect other
wise. In tho railroad control law, the
president was made tne juuge or me
length of time tho government should
retain the roads with the provision
that the period should not exceed
twenty one months after the end of
Cummins' bill is intended to give
congress time to find a solution of the
milnuid nrnWom. Tt has hecome annar-
ent that nothing can be done at this
session. President Wilson was prepar
ed -to turn the lines back on July 1.
Manaeer Chanman of the Commer
cial club has just received a commu
nication from the Aer chid or tne
northwest, in which inquiry is made
rv h nosaibilities of es
tablishing of flying fields and land
ing grounds m the vicinity or oaiem.
The requirements that grounds must
ho norfiwtlv. lveil. free from all ob
structions and not surrounded closely
by trees or buildings. Tne letier goes
on to state that the Aero club i gath
ering data in Oregon and' Washington
for air maps and air routes, to be sub
mitted to the post, office department,
i,,r.i..;,,,r inwnril the establishment of
both mail and passenger service thru
the air in the near ruture. it is pre
dicted that the airplane will very soon
.aiha intft (fflnerftl commercial use. and
is very much to be desired on account
of tho 2i,UMJ young avmtora who win
be released from military service and
would bo glad of a chance to go on
with .their profession. The posit office
department contemplates! a bi pro
irrnm in thin line, and thev will only
consider stations where the facilities
aro good. As it ig no longer proper to
use the word "impossible" we may
"V " "
a regular s uenuiu vi unjnanu ovi i iw
from Seattle to Log AngeJes.
MAT! EEPLACe" SUNK BONDS.
Washineton. Jan. 27. Secretary of
the Navy Daniels suggested today he
mav ask congress to authorize replace
ment of $100,000,000 worth of sailor's
liberty bonds that sank with the TT. S.
8. uan Diego. The treasury department
sb far has taken the position that there
is no clcap proof of destruction of the
TO DEFEND AGAINST ITALIANS.
Fiume, Jan. 27. President Pogat
schrisg, of the Slovene government at
Iaibnch. declared in an interview that
'nil .Tmm-81av territories will be de
fended against the Italians to the last
He said that relations with Italy are
gr.ttly strained and that five elnsses
of Jugo-81av soldiers are now under
SERBIAN KINO CRITICALLY ILL
Basle, Jan. 27. King Peter of Ser
bia, who has been seriously ill for
some time, is growing weaker, accord
ing to a dispatch . received from iai
6ach received today.
- tta. Btenat .QiBoa?
that SLfT they
MV NVK STREET
TRAVELS 25 MILES
FOR Ml TANLAG
Farmer Finds Relief After Suf
fering For Twenty-Five
For twenty five years I have been
looking for something to relieve my
troubles, and I believe I have found it
at last in Tanlae." said Richard Old
ham, R. F. D. No. 1, Platte City, Mo.,
recently. Mr. Oldham, known familiar
ly to his friends as "Dick" Oldham,
is a nroxnerrm farmer who hiiB lived
in his community for fifty years and
is highly respected by all wno Know
"Yes, sir, I have so much faith in
Tanlae," continued Mr. Oldham; "that
I have come all the way from Ptatto
Uity, a distance or twenty nve mues
to get me another Wott-lc of this won
derful medicine. All these years I suf
fered terribly with indigestion in its
worse form, and my stomach wag in an
awful condition. Just s soon as I
would eat anything I would bloat up
9o with gas that f would! have to let
out my belt a few inches, and there
was such a tightness in my chest that
I could hardly get my breath. Why, at
tiniea even a drink of cold water would
seem to set mo on f iro inside, and of
ten I would turn so iaint and weak
that I eould hardly do a thing. Some
times my appetite would -seem to be
' - .1 L !i. 1J a.,.l nn ma
'. 3 t wm,M M.fitr two nr thres davs
lHW ooHnira thintr. T iust felt mi-
erable U the time and although I
trinil Avervthinir I could hear of il
would only get a little- temporary re
lief. "I have been reading quite a lot
about Tanlae in the paper but could
n't make up my mind to try it till
one day I saw a statement made by a
man in Kansas City who I knew is
absolutely reliable. I have taken only
three bottles so far. and considering
hire of my trouble, and the many
iysars I have suffered the way I have
improved is just simply wontteriui. my
appetito ig just fine and I am not trou
bled now with indigestion line i was
before, and I am getting better right
along every day. the way it ig with
me, if a medicine didn't neip me x
woiilrt mnr n. nd if it did me good
I think it is entitled to the credit, and
that is why I say what I do about lan-
Tnlop i sold in Hubbard bv Hub
bard Drug Vjo., in Mt. Angel by Ben
Gooch, in Gervais by John Kellv, in
Tm-nAr hv H. P. Corneliua. in Wood-
lurn by Lyman II fchoroy, in Salem by
Dr. 8. C. Stone, in esnverton Dy uco. a.
Stoclhammer, in atos by Mrs. J. r.
McC'urdy, in Stayton by C. A. Beau
f.hnmn. in Aurora bv Aurora Drug
Store, in St. Paul by Groceteria Stores
Co. Inc., and in Donald by M. w. jonn-
Japan's Desire To Get
Germany s islands In
Pacific Not Favored
By J. W. T. Mason.
AVritten for thu United Press.)
New York, Jan. 27. Japan's desire
to possess Germany 's islands in the Pa
cific ocean .cannot be encouraged by
the peace conference if the delugates
hold fast to their determination to dis
course war preparations for the future.
Japan has no trade or financial in
terest in any of the Pacific islands.
Their value to the Japanese is wholly
strategic. In time of wet possession
of naval bases to the cast and soutn or
thi .Tntinnen homeland would be great
ly to the advantage ol the miKaoo s
battle fleet. This is the reason why
tli .Tamneso delegates tn the peace
conference are beginning to press their
claims to the Pacific islands.
Jr.pan's natural direction of commer
cial growth is wtatward into China
onrl Manflinria. There are immense
markets awaiting development ifl thote
Wheat, soft white ., r-, 1.W2
Wheat, lower grads on sample
n.t. .... 80e
Hay, cheat -
Ba?l'ey, ton W5
Mill run $47(48
.Creamery butter 5356e
Fork, Veal and Mutton
Prtrlr ah fnnt n , IBS
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MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1919.
WbIl, DOrT VJtfttoV about
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IT VP SW k.MOJD i
THIS IS MR. HOHENZOLLBRN'S
January 27, 1919.
Find the Crown Prince.
Right tide down in robe.
?te6r ' . . 7flc
EwfM.. . .. ..wit-
Lambs, yearlings ... 89c
ggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash . 47c
Hens, life 2325c
Old roosters 15
Chickens : 23c
Sweet potatoes $4.25
Potatoes l fso
OntnnQ lni.nl 1 RPi
lurmps . 22c
JLXUUU leiLllt! .........,
Beets . 2e
Parsnips ...... -. ................... 8e
Lemons, box . $56
Florida sraDO fruit, case 46fa)7.25
Black figs lb 1018c
White figs, lb. li)(20c
Package figs por bx 50 pkg $46.1U
aoney, cxtractca zuc
Creamery butter 65c
Flour, hard wheat $.",3.21
Onnntrff bnttnr KifallQt
Eggs, dozen 55c
Portland, Or.. Jan. 27. Butter, city
rJggs, selected local ex. oooe
Cheese, triplets 3040e
Turkeys 40c '
DAILY UVB STOCK MARKET
Tone of market steady
Best steers $12&13.23
Good to choice steers $10.25?i11.25
Medium to good steers S.7.'Co;9.25
Fair to good steers $7.75M.75
Common to fair steers $d.75(f 7.75
Choice cows and heifers $9.25() 10.25
Good to choice cows and heifers
Medium to good cowj and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifers
Bulls $0C9 . '
Stockers and feederg $0.508.50
Tone of market weak
Prime mixed $lfl.75(6;17
Medium mixed $10(0)16.50
Rough heavies $14,7516
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $13.75((14.25
Fair to medium lambs $12(&13
Goats $4 '
Farmer's Produce Company
i,an ior your prwuuca luun
le for top veal.
18 e for top hogs.
27e for heavy over 4 lb. tens.
25c for litfht under 4 ID, hens
160 a High St.
Dram Mis piper By Frank Leal
Quick Reference To Firms
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonia Temple,
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physicians end
merve spf ialist. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy. Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at hot
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2819. Dr. White
Bes. Phone 460.
STOP SHAKING- YOUB SHOULDEBS
Learn to Dance uorrectiy
THEODORE and LILLIAN NEWMAN
Exhibition Dancers and Instructor
Modern and Classic Dancing
Hotel Marion, Salem, Oregon
OB. T. L. UTTER, DEN Ii.T, BOOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce buiming,
ULEM WATEB COMPANYOffiee
eorner Commercial anil Trade streets
. Bill payable monthly in advance.
Phone 606. .
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Beat Estate Security
"THOS. K. FORD
$.er Ladd A Bush bank; Salem Oregon
fEDEBAL FABM LOANS 8 per
cent 84 years time. X C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon,
MONEY to loan on good real estate.
6 percent government, money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAIBED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 68 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete
Loganberry and hop hook.
Salem Fence and Stove Worksv
50 Court street. Phone 124-
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Buy, Sell And Exchange
All kinds of PurnituTe, Stoves,
Clothinir, Dishes, Bieyeles, Harness,
Tools and Junk. Wo buy what you
don't want and pay tho highest
price in caRh.
Peoples' New & 2nd Hand
271 N. Commercial Phone 734
J. A. Rowland Furniture Stare
Buys, sells and exchanges new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Right
prices. 247 North Commercial St.
Just opened in connec
tion with the
IflftO S. Coml. fit.
WANTED People of Salom to know
that we pay highest prieet for mens
second hand clothing, shoes, ete. The
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. t
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Toll) THEM TO WAKq
. . f
INCHES LONG AND
rr3 okuv a
That Give Service On Short
127 North High..
BABY CHICKS (Place your order now
ior Marcn aoavery on jjegHwiun,
Reds, Barred Rocks, White Rocks,
Anconas, Black Minorca. Strong,
sturdy livable ehicku. Egg producer
The kind that "Lay and Pay,"
hatched from mature, well " mtei
thoroughbred stlock, and at price
you can affoid to pay. Write today
C. N. Needham, Box 412, Salem, Or.
PEOPLES REPAIR SHOP Clocks,
furniture, umbrellas and shoe repair
ing. Saws filed, shear and knife
grindinig, etc Satisfaction guaranteed
261 Court street. R. Wooley. 2-1
600 acre stock and grain ranch,
stock, all equipment, gruin,. feed,
214 miles from town, will sell at
a snorifice price, easy terms,
380 acres finest Waldo Hill
ranch, income last year $10,000; .
will sell very reasonable.
147 acres, all tillable 140 culti
vated, running water, 7 miles from
70 acres, 40 cultivated, running
water, Joining town, pries $4615,
will carry back $3000.
'For Exehango: 10 acres apple
and peach orchard, 7 miles from
Salem, in A-l condition, will ex
change for acreage or residence.
487 acre ranch, a lot of stock,
implements, 3 miles from town,
want small ranch near Salem and
some cash as first payment, price
341 State St
FOR SALE A good house, well locat
ed. 9 room house with two fine lots,
near car line, two blocks to paved
tToat nn irrnvelnd street, garage
and plenty' of fault. Trice $2000, $iui
cash, .balance $15 per month. Gall at
1297 N. 18th St. or see Square Deei
Realty Company. tl
FEUITLAND Nursery, Salem, Rout
box 138E, phone liurii. we nave iu
Roman strain grtfed Franquet weir
nuts as well as a full line of all oth
er nursery stock, , - 1-1
BRING YOUR TRADES
BRtNIG your trades. I can match yon.
C. W. Niemeyor, all brancnes or n
estate and Canada lands, 2152 Ifl
Masonic building. Phone 1000.
FOR ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Write
to Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Oregon
Agents for Marion county 1-2
SALEM SCAVENGER -Garbage
refuse of all kinds removed on montfc
ly contract at reasonable rat.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 224T4
Eosidence, Main, 2272.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET At
McCornack hall on every Tu'Mday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. P. J. Kuats
K. R, & 8.
BOYAt NEIGHBORS OF AMEBIC k
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening im
Derby building, Court and High Bt.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court 8fc
oracle: Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
or 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OT AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meet
every 3rd and 4 th Thur. eve, 8 o'cloefc
In Derby building, corner Court aid
High streets. B. F. Day, T. C.j T.
?raer, clerk, -
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Asseow
: bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
& m m tn Mftannii- TeniDle. Norma 1
Ter'williger, M. A.j O. A Vibber
secretary, 340 Owea? street.
4 4 A f .
l want .os