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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1919.
Ihave keen visiting at the A. L, Sfack I
home for several dart.
Dr. and Mra. G. F. Korinek return
I V om
ej to Portland unitay after several
darj i witk reiatiYe.
Marios Kwva and Lptiter Smitk mo
tored from Portland Sunday in the E
en car for a short visit with Startoa
John Dozler kaa befftin work oa tke
foundation for a new house he will
wnmi.8.mli .w nmm wull.w-p
build oa his plaee -the old Peterson
farm between Ktayton and Strbliroi-tv.
Make your selection now while
your particular style and size
is here. Note our everyday
low prices that always prevail
uhite kid, Goodyear Vfe Button Shoes
welt Louis covered heel Qf . . d
plain pointed toe heeIg g tQ fi
White Reignskin laco fabric tes
Goodyear welt, Louis tlz? linl
covered her?l $ZAd 10 pZ.j
$3.95 White Pumps and Mary
Janes 98c to 1.48
Same with military heel in n n TT
c, Qr w hits Canvas Shoes with
rubber sole $2.48
White Fabric Lace Sample Tennis
0, i j i Pumps and Shoes
Shoes enameled sole. 7r . cc
and heels '?C t0, A1'?5 , .
M on co oc Slightly sohed but bifc-
bllv tO Z.0D values
White Lace Shoes Lot of Sample
. ... Oxfords and Pumps,
For growing girls, low gmaI1 giz but bi
heels medium toes values
$1.95 to $2.20 1 $1.00
Salem Sample Store
,C. J. BREIER CO. ,
141 N. Commercial St. . 141 N. Commercial St.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Mini Irene Harp of Kalem spent J)i'c
orr.tion dT with Miss Audrey Iiuggoi.
Miss Alice Martin of North Huwt'll
visited Sunday with Mini HI a Lovre.
Mr. and Mn. Dee Kiuuuons of rialorn
spent Hunday with Albert June and
A niiseelaneous shower was given fur
Mns Kli.Hli't)i rtudishuuscr at tho home
of Mm. Aluphus Hchnr Wednesday, June
Mr. and Mm. C. ). Widii'k end daugh
ter, Dorolhv of .Salem, Miss Irene Harp
of Halcm.s Miss Kinina MiKkelsnn and;
Mim Horlha I,ovre wore visiting at 3.
W. Tlnggctt 'a Hunday.
Fcnlmnre Ihggett attended the lall
guwc nt Albany Mntiirflar.
(t'iiii!iil Journal Special Service.
liiilliiH, Or., June .'. I'nul Wiillnce,
formerly n lieutenant In companv I, of
this city. wi; a Dallas visitor Monday
iiiclit. Mr. Wallace endeared himself
to tlie boyi of eotnpnny L and was roy
ally welcomed by the returned soldiers
while In (hp city.
J. A. Pooler, manager of the Rnlem
Sewer Tipe eompsny, was a Dallas busi
ness visitor Monday.
Mir. A. Ii. Martin of Marshfiold in
guest of her sinter, Mi in Naomi bcott la
DllllltS till Week,
I1. 0. Dcmpsey and niotlipr, Mrs. Alico
Donipsoy and John Hubert Allgood, Jr.,
are guests of relatives at Huvcr thtn
SI. H, Craven, H. H. Belt and Dr. C. L.
Foster were fishing on the Mackenzie
river the first of the week, They re
ported a good catch.
Word win reeeived in Dnllas Sunday
stating that Mm, F. K. Davis, a former
Dallas woman had died at her hi me In
I'hoonix, Arizona. Mra. Davis left here
smeial months huh for l'hocnix in
search of health. Mr. Davie whs former
ly in the furniture business here.
Mr. and Mrs. len Collins and little
daughter returned to their home in Tort
land, Moudnv, after a short visit at the
hump of his mother, Mrs. Mury Collins,
on Court street.
Mi, i.ikI Mrs. II. I,, ("rider huvo re
tinned fioui a short business visit In
Dr. V. C. Stunts, Mrs. Win. Tyler
Smith nml Mr. anil Mrs, F. J. Craven
were Portland visitors Tuesday.
J. K. Shrner and wife are home from
their visit to Kedne.
Mr. and Mrs. 'I vile Tadd harp r-
I turned to Portland after a short visit
J with .Mrs. Todd's mother, Mrs. Smack.
I Mr. and Sir. Andv Cornish and
daushter V&y, are here from Wepd,
a!if., fur a visit with relatives.
K. K. Wirth motored from Pendleton
JJonday and Wednesday left with his
family for that city, where they will
Friday a crowd of hisrh school nupila
and teachers went to Niagara where
they spent several days in an enjoy
Jos Hnniman has pureha.ed a new
chassis for his auto etagp and will
soon have it on (hp run between Mill
City and titilem.
All the teaehers for the eomin?
aehooi year have tieen en?aied, but the
names have not yet been given out.
None of those who taught here last
year have lieen ro-engagpd.
r.. Taylor has disposed of his in
terest in the Stayton Kiectrie lAiht
Co. to H. J. Rowe. who has been with
him ihf past few months, and to Mr.
Kennerd, who reeentlv fame here from
i uiuormn. We Itavp not learned Afr.
Taylor's plans for the future.
Jos FUher and C. A. Beauehamp are
at Snow Peak lake after trout. We
are looking for romp big ones on their
.urs. in. j. .niitiPK nns gone to Ntlem
.Simp one iUe the eleetrie light
Inmp from the post iffiee lubby, and
the postmaitr is pretty sore. He says
that unles depredations in the hAby
are iliseontinued the door will be elo-
ed at night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. IT. Ttrewer and lit
tle son of (Seaside visited relatives hore
the first of the week.
(Capital Journul hnpeial Serviee
Mortin Maek and fiimilv of Amity
tVl yi' .!
t V 1 If"'
and have a treat
A superior flaked food
made of corn in only one
quality tho highest.
A product that cultured
American taste has made
Americas foremost corniced.
(Capital Journal Special Bprvirc.)
A reception was given by the two
Christian Kiideavorsoeieties last Friday
night at tho W. O. W. hull iu honor of
the returned V. S. A. boys. A very en
joyable evening was spent in playing
games and being favored with two sole
by Osear Olson, a reading by Mrs,
Davidson and an instrumental solo by
Miss D Lnsui. Miss De Lasu has
been visiting friends ia Marion, for
Roy Gentry from Noli, Oregon, has
been visiting his relatives in Marion.
Mr. Morrow s mother from Idaho is
visiting her son in this plaee.
Tho Presbyterian Christian Endeavor
society will have their regular monthly
soeial next Friduy night in the grove.
Koy Kephart haa returned home from
over the seas.
May Trester spent Saturday and Sun
day in Halem with her aunts.
Mr. and Mra. Pray from Independ
ence have been visiting Mr, and Mrs.
Winn in this place for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. lloag sieiit Friday, Hat
unlay and Hunday with Mrs. Hong's
parents it Monmouth.
Koy Bussell and family and Mrs. Bak
er from Notl have been, visiting their
relatives In this place.
Cecil l,ibby has returned from eastern
Oregon and Is now staying with his
brother, Harley Libby.
All of tho pupils in the eighth (,rad.
also those in the other grades, that
took the county pxaminutioiis have all
passed with good grades.
A reception for the eighth grsdfc
graduates will be given by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hong and the fifth, sixth and seventh
grudes next Friday night a week at the
Ileiiliih Mm Hard from Mehama is
working for Mrs. K. K. Hongs now.
Leonard Gardner and mother are vis
iting at the Hennett home.
Harriet Colgan was homo over Satur
day and Hunday vlsitiiijiher parents,
Mrs. Cadweli'a sinter and two eons
are visiting Mis. Cad wo II this week.
xF. E. Westerhiirg and family have
moved to Mr. Wetcrburg's logging
camp down at Idahana.
Miss Morta is planning to have a pic
nic for th first, aecond, third wu
fourth grades a week from next Friday.
Mrs. Henery Kennel!, her daughter
and grandson spent Sunday iu Talbot
with Mrs. Fennell's married daughter,
Mr. and Mrs, Blakly were isitine J.
A. Colgan last week.
Mr.rion Olemaa has gone to Astoria to
Cisee Rim-tell from Turner was visit-.
iiig her father, Ilugh Russell, and othV
er relatives here last week-end.
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C C. Miller, Jefferson, Oregon.
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His many friends will be interested
and profited by hearing his observa
tions and experiences abroad.
ROLL OF HONOR
HAZE GREEN NOTES .
(Capital Journal Niierial (Service)
It. U. liOoney and family motored
to Sttieleay Friday
Ferdinand W. Jouos and Mrs. Adah
Junes have 4en elected "teachers for
the school next term.
Mr. and Mrs, Kaplinger, Leiantl aud
Miunie Kaplinger of MitV.'itv ajvnt
Sunday at the K. A. Iuuigan kome.
Wtiiiiltll aud Kenneth iUrnett of
Wmi.ii.l. snd Kouald Montgomery of
yoiiiatiy were visitors at the church
I land parsonage, KuiuUy.
I Mr and Mrs. F. W. Jones went to
I hilomath Tuesday to spend a week
and attend the I'hibunatb college com'-niere-ement.
Miss Martha Gohrntan has aerenred
the principslihip of the Central Howell
Jtliss Zcilinski began picking straw
berries Monday. Hovers! pickers from
slm are ramped out here.
Miss K Uinta, l"i.-dier went to Fhilo
maih Wednewlsy to visit relative and
will return Hnlurdsy.
Guy Fitch I'helps, writer and lectur
er, will sjsk in the Hard Green
church next Monday evening, June Sth,
at S:;;0. Mr. Fhelim is knows as a bnl-
-liant anil forceful weaker .nil i. iit(
jhome from i ervwt, where he was.es-1
gaged ia Y. M. C. A, work in France, '
The following easualtiea are renorted
by the eommr.nrling general of tho t
American Kxpcditionary Forces:
Kiled in Action. S
Iied from Wounds 6
lied of Accident and Other Causes 12 1
Died of Disease S
Mising in Action 7
Wounded Mlightlr 64
Total number oif easualtiea to date,
including those reported above:
Killed in Action (including .181
at aea) 32.8-14
Died of Wmmds '. xm
Died of Disease S3.0M
Died from Acident and Other
Wounded in Action (over 8.1 per
cent returned to duty) "M..".."
Missing in Action (not includ
ing prisoners released and re
turned) ., 3,."i03
Killed In Action.
Warren Alfred C.rncelr, Allei.towa
I-rs 1. Trsen, Spanish Fork I'taU.
Earl D Msgvrtt, Tititoe Ind.
Died of Wounds.
Charles I.ions, New York N" T.
Oscar Ijiwcersoa, Caratunk Me.
Wiliam A Uoper. Corpus Christi Te.
Os-ar Johnson, Odsnsh Wis.
Teter Msnner. Finlsnd.
Died rrom Accident and Other Cause
Charles L Bniith. Bronkline Mas.
Oscar Holtslaw, Danville Ind.
Charles A K Ryan, eiomerville Mass.
Robert Kniiuet Fitr.maurice, Kansas
Ashley M Morton, Warner N IT.
Walter W Jackson, Ownsso Okln.
Wasiol Kransnov, McKees Rocks l'a.
Died of Dlseaa.
Clevebnd Young, Burton La,
Died of Wounds.
Lieut Clifford F I'hillips. Xeola la.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Lieut John Xorth, Lawrence Kan.
Howard Malcolm Toland, Trenton X
Wiliam Morgan Reidville X C.
Tony Margarido, Deeoto Calif.
Henry Wainright, hirminghsm Ala.
Died of Disease.
Col James K Lit-11, ISpokane Wash.
Father Woeum, Y M C A Sc, Xew
York NY. .-'
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
The following casualties are reported
bv the commanding general of the
American Kitteditioriary Forces:
KiUed in Action 5
Salplt 8 Higgins, Nile Ohio.
Harry W Wayman, Salinas Cai
Died of Disease.
Alfred O Blyke. Amsterdam N Y.
John F Meehan, Chicago III.
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
William K. l'unimill, Waynesville Mo.
Lam Back Relieved
For a lame back apply Chamberlains
Liniment twice a day and massnge the
muecles of the back over the seat
Iin thoroughly at each application.
I For her perservance in baking jie '
and conducting gostiel services nnder
... ermsn shell fire, Mrs. F. O. Eurdick
Seventeen condemned murdorcrs are of Houston, Tews, 60 years old, Salvw
now a,waiting execution in Bing Sing tion Armr senrkor k.. .-..
Trison,.New York. the Croix de Guerre.
Died of Wounds
Died of Disease
Missing in Action
Killed inn Action.
Clav T nudging, Caruthersville Mo.
Omirge W Bourn Jr. Tenspleton Ma,
John C Hoke, tireen Kulphur Springs
Waiter J Tormev. It.-her 8 Dak.
Died of Wounds.
John Macikowski, Buffalo X Y.
Otmal Dewey Stevens, 'JV'arrca Mich.
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