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From Over There
General Pershing's Official Resort
Killed in action . 40
Died from wounds .. '. 35
Died in airplane accident 1
Died of accident and other causes..12
Died of disease 65
Wounded severely , 110
Missing in action 22
Total . . 285
Today's casualty list contains the
following names of Oregon men:
Floyd J Buckley, Woodburn, wound
Fred W Griffith, lone, wounded se
verely Bava M Simmons, Slilton, wounded
Frank J Emmerich, Watterville,
Ernest A Koeaer, Portland, wound
Killed in Action
Lt Harvey Conovcr, Hinsdale 111
Sgt George W Gibson, Arlington Ks
Christ Johnson, Pullman 111
William Schultes, Stapletoa N Y
Frank W Cummings, Ruekcstcr N Y
Biehard V Dirrin, Bed Hock Colo
Henry E Erb, Philadelphia
Emilio Florino, Hermansvillc Mich
Edward Hawley, Manistee Mich
Herman Honck, Hillsboro O
Joseph IIiiKgick, Columbia N Y
Jamas O'Nci, Brighton Mass
Arle F .P-eck, Jackson MicU,...,,
, Fred Seitz, New York
John P Archibals, Cleveland
William 0 Bickorstai'f, Tichomgo
George W Day, Clinton Ind
John W Dean, New Bedford Mass
Bennie A Dietrich, Granton Wis
Frank Dinwiddie, Wolbayou Ark
Thomas Doyle, New York
Celegtine Gamble, Brooklyn
John L Godeon, Cleveland
Ornctio Germanio, Cleveland
Noah Goodwin, Chicago
Leroy S Grey, Davenport la
Oscar C Hnugen, Hanska Minn
Ira Hill, Kennedale Tex
John J Hogan, Dunbar Pa
Charlie Jackson, Leitchffeld Ky
Charles P Kalberlch, Richmond Mo
Thorval M Lawson, Mt Horeb Wis
Paul H Quinn, Munsing Mass
Harry A Shively, Johnstown Pa
Hiram L Smith, ByesviHe O
Biehard A Swenson, Holt Miun
Nath Swincy, Livingston Ky
Dewey D White, Waycross Ga
Gordon Wright, Middlctown 0
Died of Wounds
Lt George R Clotfolter, Water villa
Sgt Clyde Pace, Ashland Mo
Bohert M Fingerman, New York
William E Prather, Mt Vernon Wn
Joseph A A Hobert, New Bedford
Charles Lintner, S Bethlehem Pa '
Herbert F Siekmann, St Louis Mo
Fred J Tolan, Catasaqua Pa
Bugler Clarence W Lueck, Danube
John F Balm, Flint Mich
Adjutant General U. S. A
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Guy M Blake, Muscatine la
J B Davis, Heflin La
Edward P Ooetz, Racine Wis ;
Thadeug Lee, Murphyboro 111
David Oliver, Rolling Park Miss
Charley Benson, Anderson S C
Andrew' J Brown, Burkott Mich
Nick E Daliginiiis, Detroit Mich
Daniel Elieff, Mason Ia
George A Fitzgerald, Dall Rapids 8
Aaron Franklin, Blyithe Ga
David J Hageu, Akeene Okla
Samuel M Harrison, Baltimore
Jos G henson, Carthngo N C
Donald Betts, Waterloo Ia
Harold J Huntloy, Jackson Mich .
Levi J Jones, Owensboro Ky
John Mismash, Cleveland
Charles W Wells, Lawrcnco Mass
Killed In' Airplane Accident
Lt John L Hubbard, Providence E I
Died of Accident and Other Causes
Sgt Fred M Moere, Weston Conn
Stephen Adamczak, Milwaukee
William J Brailsl'ord, Providence RI
Frank C Case, Schenectady N Y
Paul H Christian, Memphis Tenn
Clarence h Henry, New York
Ernest Jones, Pittsburg Pa
Tcrranoe Mullen, West Haven Conn
Charlos Perry, Pleaaanton Cal :
James E'owc, Norfolk Va
Frank Stallworth, Bellview Ala
Frank Woodyard, Sunflower Ala
Died of Disease
Thos Brown, Washington
James H Ewell, Ooliad Tex
Vivian K Mousor, Big Stone Gap Va
Paulc R Williams, Denver
Harry L Fogel, Rochester 111
Thomas E Backett, Orrick Mo
Charles H Bush, Dansville N Y
David Carrie, Scotland
Thomas M Chappell, Sylaeauga Ala
Arthur O Consen, Worcester Mas
Orrin Williams, Ironton Wis
Oscar K Yetzell, Philadelphia
Nurse Grace L Malloch, Dorchester
Musician Charles H Berrigan, Es
Saddler Frank H Sherlock, Bkclby
Wagoner Arthur E Willson, Armada
Cook Leroy G Palmer, Denver
Civilian Adeline 1 Gibsonj Philadel
George A Anderson, Chicago
Jacob C Bedenbaiigh, Lccsville N C
Christian Brauch, Brooklyn
Nathaniel Broilie, Franklinton N C
Leo Burek, Chicago
Albert Carter, Magnolia Miss
Nicala Ciliberti, Hummonton N J
Racine Clark, Hannibal Mo
James F tlostello, Colli nsville Mass
David K Donley, Lancaster Pa
Lon 8 Fairfax, Otrville Mo
Frank J Fisch, Scranton Pa
William H Flatt Jr, Hnrdtowa N J
Henry Fnessel, Thrall Tex
Stanley T Gay, Chicago
Frederick S (ielen, Aure Minn
Frank R Oillen, Carthage N Y
Everett Griggs, Buena Vista Ga .
Willie F Grady, Dekalb Miss
Wm G Hnekney, Morrisville N C
Alexander Harris, Blanche ,N C
Harry M Helmick, Oak Park 111
William Hmton, uregory Ark
Larney Jnckson, Hartford Mo
William L Jones, Kansas City Mo
William M Keelcr, Bernard Kan
Bert H Kesningor, Sorento 111
Harry B Lukins, San Bernardino Cal
Augusta W McCarthy, fiarnctt Yt
Forrest Matthews, Wilcox Ala
Ernest Merklc, Cisna Park 111
Modoc Moore, Saluda S C
Orval M Morgan, Urieh Mo
Murray Morraw, Oscaloola S C
Raymond T Peters, Newaygo Mich
William Pettengclli, Troy N Y
Ernest B Purviancc, Kclley Mont
arleton Raymond, Rocksuurg Mass
Joseph Robinson, Salt Lake
Ardic Smith, Chicago
Charles W J Smith, Youngstown O
Harrv L Walker, Toulon 111
Boyd Ward, Fayetteville Ark
Gustave II Williams, Philadelphia
Harry L Williams, 8 Hadlcy Center
Henry Woodward, Stillwater Me
Killed in action, previously reported
y4 wounded severely:
Sgt Alva J Pudiburgh, Olive Hill
Benjamin Sillo, New York
Killed in action, previously reported
Corp Emil C Lierckc, Claranee Ia
Corp Anton Paluki, Noshkro Wis
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON.
That's what the
said to Rickard,the
engineer. So the
girl hated him be
cause he supplant
ed her brother.
And the man did
not take to her at
first. But Cupid
smiled and took
By EDNAH AIKEN
tells -well how the
man stopped the
Colorado and saved
the Imperial Val
ley. The girl saw
him do it and for
got her hatein love.
Oar New Serial
Don't Miss It!
The first installment of "The Riv
er" appeared in Saturday Feb. 1st, is
sue of itlie Capital Journal and will con
tinue each Saturday until finished.
Pvt Robert Lee, Carmel S. C
Killed in action, previously reported
wounded, degree undetermined:
Royal A Caufiold, Great Falls Mont
Will McAlocr, New Straitsville 0
James J Savage, Brooklyn
Orlo J Simmons, Blanehard Mich
Sam Susson, Philadelphia
Killed in. action,, previously reported
missing in action:
Timothy K Connors. Eau Claire Wis
Curia T . Flaherty, New Haven Conn
Clarence W Gentry, Taeoma Wn
Henry Gosfman, Marissa 111
Henry Hill, Wynnburg Tenn
George Hudins, Paris Tenn
Nels Lee, Ogilvie Minn
George J Levin, Cleveland
Dennie C St John, Bernice La
Harry J Sandy, Russia
Fremin Strunk, Parkers Lake Ky
Chester Wiszowaty, Chicago
Died of wounds, previously leported
missing in action:
Pvt Bendik Hauan, Richmond Beach
Pvt Alfred B Larson, Rockford 111
Died of disease, previously reported
missicg in action:
Pvt Daniel L Collins, Pawtueket U I
Died, previously reported missing in
Lt Boswcll H Fuller, Chicago
Pvt Paul J Lockman. Nampa Ida
Pvt Ruddick Trowbridge, Montieel
lo N Y
New Books Received
At Public library
"The U-boat hunters" the life on
the de.itro.vers, by James Connolly.
"Manual of military maps" simple
explanation of the making and read
ing of military maps, by Hutchinson
" Non-eomiMoned officers' man
ual" practical things for the inexper
ienced officer to know, prepared by
"Experience of God in modern
life," discussed under three phases,
I SP03. IU-
jtho development of personality, social
lito, and cosmic evolution, including
comment on the .teachings of H. G.
Wells, by Dr. E. W. Lyman.
"Evolution of Christian doetrin''
some attempt to interpret the scrip
tures to appeal'to the intellect, a de
fense of moderism, toy Percy Gardner.
: "The enrichment of prayer" sug
apstinna An thn noasibilitv of Draver.
i B r . '
and selected prayers and devotional
quotations, compuea oy jjavia a. purl
er. "The twentieth century New Test
ament. " .
"Miracle of Saint Anthony" a new
play by Maeterlinck.
from our poets from eolonial to mod
ern, edited by rcrcy ijoynion.
"A Princetonian," a story of un
dergraduate life at tho college of New
Jersey, by James Barnes.
"Mansfield Park" toy Jane Austen
"The shadow Line", a new novel
by Joseph Conrad.
"Elizabeth's campaign," a novel of
developing patriotism, by Mrs. Ward.
"Uncle Abner's logaey," the story
of a farm, by Hyatt Verrill.
"The story of the United States"
a large, specially illustrated history
for children, by Mario'Hordman.
"Careless Jane" tales' in verse with
good morals, quaintly illustrated, by
Katnanne Pyie. ;
I "Three sides of Paradise Green"
'a girl's story by the author of "The
Ummiiir aioupt." Auffusta Seacman.
"Granni3 of the jftfthj" 'another
story of St, Timothy 's, by Arthur Stan
(Capital Journal Spocial Service)
North Howell, Ore., Feb. 3, 1919.
Dwiirht Schaan broueht the measles
home with him from Camg Lewis. His
brothers, Dean and Mafinus,- also have
taken thorn, Dean beiuff uite sick. All
are recovering nicoly now, nowever.
Ed. Hynes joined the jnarlnos some
time ago and is now at Bremerton.
Miss Edna Stevens, who has been
homo a fortnight recovering from the
flu, has returned to her office duties
in the Bank of Commerce building, Sa
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manning and chil
dren wore Sunday visitors at the Thos.
Bump home. "". '
A few potatoes are being sold at this
time, the price is $1.25 per ewt., deliv
ered at Mt. Angel.
Tho mules belonging to the Hartley
& Craig farm escaped from the pasture
one day last week and made their way
to the Center feed barn at Salem
(about 15 miles) before they wero re
covered by Walter Smith.
William Fitzke was operated on at
the Salem hospital last week. Ho is
getting along nicely.
The poople of North Howell were re
minded of olden times last week, the
recent rains having flooded the Par
kersvillo Bottom so the mail carrier did
not cover his route for five days.
Thomas Coleman, a prominent cit
izen of St. Paul, Or., was taken to the
Willamette sanatorium in Salem, Tuos
day, where he was operated upon by
Dr. H. O. Hickman of Gorvais, and 50
gallstones were removed,, varying in
size from 3-4 of an inch thru to the
size of a small shot. Tho patient is
Mr. Coleman has been ill for the
past two years aud ha been taking
treatment from several different doc
tor, nono o whom diagnosed his case
fla gnll-ttones. Mtar.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Beginning Wed. Feb. 15th, balance of
Pomnroy & Wallace stock. Everything
goes at your own price. 125 N. Com
mercial St., Salem.
: K MARKET i
Wheat, soft white .. $1.90
Whnt, lower grades on sample
Oat , 80e
I Hay, cheat $24
Hay, oats , , , 28
Barley, ton " $1850
Mill run . $50
Eu Hoi rat
Creamery butter . : . 5132e
Pork, VoaJ and Motion
Pork, on foot 15 3-4e
Veal, fancy 20
Steers 1 .. ... 7J 9
Cows , 47e
Spring lambs . 12e
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3,
SOVIET GOVERNMENT OF
RUSSIA: . :
Decreed separation of church and
state, one year ago today, February
Find a peasnnt.
Upside down in tailor't jacket.
Lambs, yearlings ....................... 89o
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash , . . .. 34c
Hens, live 25g;27c
Old roosters ..... 15c
Sweet potatoes $5(?i)$.25
Onions, local .... $1.65g)2
Head lettuce $4.50
Boots - 2o
Lemons, box $58
Florida grape fruit, case $007.25
Black figs lb 16((D18e
White figs, lb. WiwiOt
Package figs per bx 50 pkg $i(id6M
Honey, extracted 20e
Eggs, dozen 40e
Creamery butter 58c
Country butter 48c
Flour, hard wheat $38.2J
Portland, Or., Feb. 3. Butter, city
Eggs selected local ex. 35(g'38e
Cheese, triplets 3940e
DAILY LITO STOCK MARKET
Receipts 1170 ' .
Tone of market firm
Best steers $12.7.0)13.50
Good to choice steers $10 50C)11.75
Medium to good steers $9.7511
Fair to good steers $8.50l00
Common to fair steers $7.75(?8.50
Choico cows and heifers $9.25f)10.25
Good to choice cows and heifers
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifers
Stockers and feeders $711
Tone of market staggering, prices
Prime mixed $16.75(5)17
Medium mixed $18.5(Kffi 16.73
Bough heavies $15.4O10
, Tone of market firm, prices unavail-j
Prime lamb $13.75(514.5
Fair to medium lambs $SU
Ew $;r 8 J
Farmer's Produce Company
Coh for yonr prodtice today!
20c for top val.
18i! for top hogs.
27c for heavy over 4 lb. lens.
25c for light under 4 lb, hens.
160 S. High St. Phone 10
Drawn to Is papsr Bf Fril
"li iu ift?' "fk'c ' OLD
"TP AT N KTHX -
I ouvtial Want Ads
Quick Reference To Firms That-Give Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High........ ....Main 1200
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
mtv specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Office 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85. Besidence,
1620 Court. Phone 2218. Dr. White
Bel. Phone 469.
STOP SHAKING YOUR SHOULDERS
Learn to Dance Correctly
THEODORE aud LILLIAN NEWMAN
Exhibition Dancers and Instructors
Modern and Classic Dancing
Hotel Marion, Sulem, Oregon
0B. F. L. UTTEB, DENrUT, BOOMS
113-411 Bank of Commerce building.
ULEM WATEB 1 COMPANY Office
eorner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FOBD
,er Ladd ft Bush bank; Salem Oregon
?EDEiAL FARM LOANS f- 5 per
cent 34 years time. A. O. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon
MONEY to loan on good real estate,
percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bonght and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
merce. . 13-14
STOVES BEBUILT AND BEPAIBED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Phone 124.
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Buy, Sell And Exchange
All kinds of Furniture, Stoves,
Clothing, Dishes, Bicycles, Harness,
Tools and Junk, We buy what yon
don't want and pay the highest
price in cat.li.
Peoples' New & 2nd Hand
271 N, Commercial Phono 734
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and exchanges new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Bight
prices. 247 North Commercial St.
: PAINT SHOP
' Just opened in connec
tion witn tno
HIGHWAY GARAGE $
T000 fi Coml. St.
WANTED People of Salem to know
that we pay highest price for mens
seeond hand clothing, shoe, ete. The
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. tf
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
BABY CHICKS FOR SALE
All leading varieties. We cater to the
commescial poultry man and "back
yard flock", keeper. Prico. reason
able. C. N. Needham, box 412, Salem,
PEOPLES EEPAIB SHOP Clock,
furniture, umbrellas and shoe repair
ing. Saws filed, shear and knifa
grinding, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed!
81 Court street. B. Wooley.- 8-14
600 acre stock and grain ranch,
stock, all equipment, grain, , f aai,
24 miles from town, will sell at
a sacrifice price, easy terms. -
3S0 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
1 70 acres, 40 cultivated, running
'water, joining town, prica $4615,
1 will carry back $3000.
For Exchange: 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 Btock,
implements, 3 miles from town,
want small ranch near Salem and
some cash as first payment, priee
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,
Street, on graveled street, garnfl
and plenty of fruit. Price $2000, $50
cash, balance $15 per month. Call at
1297 N. 18th St. or soe Squars Deal
Eealty Company. tl
FBU1TLAND Nursery, Salem, Eont
box 138E, phone 111F21. We have th
Eoinan strain grtfod Franquet wal
nuts md also a few more Italiaa
prune trees loft. 2-13
BRING YOUR TRADES
BRING your trades. I can match yon.
C. W. Niomeyer, all branches of real
estate and Canada lands, 215-210
Masonic building. Phone 1000.
FOB KOYAL TYPEWRITERS Writ
to Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Oregon
Agents for Marion county 1-29..
NO CASH BEQUI R ED Good overcoat
shoes and suits, aU kinds of music
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases and
1000 other useful arti"!es to sell or
trade. What have you? The Capital
Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 493.
SALEM SCAT ENGEB Garbage
refuse of all kinds removed on month,
lv contracts at reasonable rate.
i Cess pools eleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main zzti.
Besidence, Main 2272.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET . AT
McCornack hftU on every Tn-djr
t 8. P. Andresea, C. C. J. J. Kant
K. B. ft S.
BOYAl NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
''Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening ia
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Courscy, 214 Court St.
oracle; Mm. J'clissa Persons, reeord
jr 1415 X. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 mto
every Thursday evening, 8 o'clock
n Derby building, eorner Court and
High streets. J. F. Day, V. .;
A. Turner, clerk.
UNITED ARTISAN CapiUl Assem
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Temple. Norma I
Terwilliger, M. A'.; . A Vibbert,
eesetary, 340 Owens street.