Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 28, 1919, Page PAGE FIFTEEN, Image 15

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 28. 1919.
PAGE FIFTEEN
CCISSIDNES COURT
(Continued from Tig 1.)
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Yersen Mary A do
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Myers, tr I do ...
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Kirk, Josephine H do
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I'arker". S F do
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Marthaler, Mcllie J do
Moses. Uraee do
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Johnston, Jo do
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I Vincent, Elsie do
I .VlcCoriitick, Gertrude do
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i;!Him NEWS ITEMS,
(Capital Journal bpeeial Sotviie.)
Mehanis, Or, Juae 2T. Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Si.ldtiU have sold their fatm to
3.00
3.1M
s.00
3.00
3.00
3.2.
3.W j
tak iKsesski at nc.
m2jor ftwiir.iili Eick From
France After Hard Service
lU.uige
Joluisou Kil Lt liaaeti, ao will
The SiddaU'a
I Mair Lina W. Xesinith, mho has''
JsH-n 14 months of hard servW ia
j France with the 23d rrrnr.efrs, arrived
in the citr this moraine from Boston,
where h arrival with th remnaitt ,
but ithe rp on th 9th of June. His work i
011 the eonstrartutn vf ro and orul- :
es took him into win tf the hotttiit ;
seetots of the French front including .
the St. Miliiel and Meuse-Arsonne, and ;
while the corps was frequently undVr ,
fire, he. turn through without an in-!
IjurT. He is one of manr Americans
ht saw nothing Freeh (hat looked'
I .mile 9 Lri.t.il In him a the &nn.e Oiini. .
j I. A. Dixon ,a brother-in law of R. O. in Ametiea. and this inrlude the j
Lee aad proprietor of the ilehama ho- jViemca climate and Hie French ifirls.
3.00 t-l, haa vurehased the homestead ofj KBru.in ;h him was his neighbor ,
3.00 Charles Peters, now deceased, the plate land t'huiu John Bitreh, and along with ,
3.20 ; has a fair sized prune orchard and is a this poos au iiit.Test.ntr story. The
3.00 I fine piere of land. I grandfathers of these two fcovs -S-n-1
3.00 j J'rupertv set'ins to be chunking hands 'ator 'a!'- w- -SeSTtiith and Judire . T. !
. coirsideraidv and the man with the pes-' Kiireh took up donation claims aide'
'!-Ui, simistie view of the Rrowth and future ib" si,l,, "Par liil krt'i'u i ll4:t !
prosjxt. of our little totvn will find he 1"'! ,ho'r 1'veyhe. Th, fathvt. of ;
3.00 ; . . . . . . .. . Ithe two bovs . 0. enith and T. 1
S. Bureli were rid on the aame ad ;
3 (lP,tl.e toitiiiig of the railrtutd looks favor- ,ilMil,r, srew u1 t0jjt,th,.T 0R tho farl,is, ,
3,,,) 'a de. I Quired bovhood's ims and aaiitlea
j.uu ...... ,,!.,., vus-, lowtner t'lihsted 111 Si.ne reiii-
metit on the sune dav went through'
1 : . . 1 v..u t . . ... . L 1
3 OXi 1 ru un wr t.n.- pevs taitr rwi I
S.lKMand we regie! their goin awav
3.00j wish them success wherever they may
3.0-J , 1 1
3 00 :
j R. O. L'C, who came from Iktroit,
S.tn j Mich., about six months ago, Las pur-
3.0u chased the farm Udonginj to O. L,
3 (Ml
3 tHl ! Morril' ,wr",f' imt north of Mehania
3 iHI labtmt a mile and a half.
3.00
3.00
3 00 ' .... a i.-j.v. ... .j v now mat
i.ie s.irveyois are on inc ,'rouua, ana
the coming ,.f the railroad looks favor- '
able. j
Mr. and Mrs. Harry parsons are cos-
3.00 ily domiciled in the t . A. Mulkey bun
3.00 'guluw in the western part of tov.n. Mr.
3.20 j Parsons is boss of a surveying crew ,
7.00 sent out by the Lumbering F.i,ymccr- 1
W ill) , iug company.
0 00 j m;ss Anua Slout is exH'ctcd home in
a few davs from Fossil. Ore., whera
she was called about two weeks ago onj
account of the serious illness of her
aunt, who was stricken with pneumonia.,
Mrs. Jessie .Stephens, sister of Missj
Stout, left Wednesday night for net j
aunt's bedside and will remain until!
she is ableto return with her hero. 1
Airs. J. A. Siddull left Wednesday ;
3.00 morning for Astoria,, having been call-,1"1'11 r Disease ...
3.00 ed to the home of nor counsin, Mark Wounded Severely
3.00 ' SiiMu.ll, formerly of Salem, who is ill Wounded (degree
3.00 'with, scarlet fever. His son
3.00
3.00
ti.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
6.00
3.00
3.00
the ar tug.i her, received their dis
charge" at the same time and enme
home together. ,
ROLL OF HONOR !
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American Expeditionary Forces:
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Hied from Wounds
Died iu Aeroplane Acci.l.nt
Died of Accident and Other Causes
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Honier, I V",,l""H'd Slightly
uge 14, is critically ill with tlto Buuij)l1"g Action
jninlnily and it is feared he will not re- ,
! cover. Mark Siddull moved to Astoria Tottil
nbout a year ago and owns a large store
jtliem. Ho is a great sportsman,
i Mis. II. B. Early left . again Tues
'day morning for Roseburg to give her
small son medical attention.
I . Oscar Bitlard has returned to Bakef
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TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
FRIDAY'S GAME
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3.00 I Mrs. R. H. Champ and four children,
3.00Alta, Elilon, Byron and Dale will leave
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im relatives.
I Mrs. Lucy Anderson and daughter of'
gjjjj ; yiiiualiy lire visiting at the home off
jj'yyiMr. and Mrs. O. L. Morris. 1
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Killed in Action.
Jerome J Jamiesoii, Seattle 'W itsn.
Thomas E Johnson, Oldhnms Va.
Joseph JurcwioK, Chicngo II'.
Morton Xickell, Cnniiel City Ky.
Julius L Reynolds, 111 Reno Oklit.
Ernest Siminons, Sidney Mont.
Alviu Vincent, Xeillsville Wis.
Dl?d of Wounds.
Alfonzo Saliirnr, Arroyo Seco, X Mex.
Hugh C Smith, Midilletewn Ohio.
II it wm th and otherlDisd. from Accident and Other Causes.
Charles S Hint, Luncaster X II.
Louis Instead, Bergen Norway.
John A Lnndiiii8t, Amy Colo,
Emilio Mendozn, New York N T.
Michael Miklos, Biivonne N J.
Walter A Smith, Milerstown I'll.
John M Toliins, Hope Hull Ala.
Charles E Wagoner, Unld Knob Ark.
Died of Disease,
(leorge L Allen, Oibbousvillo Idaho.
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July 3, 4 and 5
Every person in Marion and Polk counties and the
state is invited to attend
Take A Trip in the Clouds
Call up .02 and leave your name with Mr. McCros
key at Salem Commercial club, before July , 1919.
The list is filling up fast. The bird man will take
you to Silverton and return for a small charge.
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So others scheduled
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rain.
postponed,
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and
President W?soa Will Be
First To Sijn Peace Pact
Paris, June 27. President Wilson
will 'be the first to sign the peace
treaty at Versailles tomorrow, it was
3.00 learned from an official source today.
3.00 j Following Premier Cleiueuceau 's am
3.00 I nouiieenieiit that the wwion is opened,
"20 I a seertftnrv will carry the document
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to the French lender, according to pres
ent plans. Clemii.'.-nu will then pass it
to "Wilson, and pn nil.lv to Premier
Llovd -(leorge, bfi'ore sinning it him
self. The other delegates must walk
to iilic small table it!iu the horse shoe
table to affix thir signatures.
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CURRENT CASUALTIES
Died In Aeroplane Accident.
Jinnes A Donnghv, Philadelphia Pn.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Henry lily, Topt ka Kan.
Hubert W Hand, Staples Minn.
C.illvcrt J OW'eil, Clevelt'.rrd Ohio.
Died of Disease.
Lieut Jefferson A Snyder, Pail An
tonio Tax.
Edward A Hawkins, Hoboken N Y.
Med Brooks, Netherlands Mo.
Ignatius J Cnllitnu, Philadelphia Fa.
John B Del.oiil, Walnut v.ioui Ky.
Charles (1 Dewees, l'liilndelpliiu Pa.
Joseph Hi Hnnto, Xew York N Y.
Hubert Johnson, Hnniden Ohio.
Wi bur I'arruiuore, Taaley I'a.
Robert Sullivan, Rutland Va.
P011TXAND LABOR COUNCIL I
REJECTS STRIKE PROPOSAL
Portland, Or., June "7. The eciiirill
labor council at its meeting lu.it night
defeuted a resolution pledging support
to the proposed strike of street rnilway
earmrn July 4 in svmptitny Willi tue
Money strike movement.
Just three we ks from the time be
was drowned in the l.exehutej river, 3
miles below Bend, the hotly of 17 year
old Heriiian H. White was recovered
Monday by his stepfather.
Try Salem First In Buying
Soldiers, Sailors, Marines
elcome Home
The War Mothers and War Camp Community Ser
vice are doing all in their power to make this Home
Coming the most enjoyable event of your lives. Reg
ister at Commercial Club for Free Passes to all en
tertainment, movies, etc.
Community Singing
Community Singing at 4 and 6 p. m. July 4, at Will
son Park. Be sure and attend this event.
J. F. IIUTCIIASON, Chairman,
4th July Advertising Committee.
If You Can't Buy It Ia Salem Yoa Dent Need It
There Is A Store Ia Salem For Your Every Need.
One Reason Why Y. M. C.A. Gives Away , i
25 Tons of Writing Paper Every Week
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Ten million sheet of paper and
10,000,000 envelopes are used every
week by doughboys and sailors
writing In T. M.C.A. huts. This
means that when the Aaieri. an aol
dier and "gob" take their pons In
hand to drop a few lines, they drop
not less than a dozen tons of words
Into the mall boxss every stvea
days. It Is actually much more,
for this takes Into aceount only tba
serrlea which tba "Y" furnishes
tha
tha Army and Navy, througb
"Y" huts are the favorite writing
rooms for the boys everywhere.
This photograph t.hows a group ef
them, with the 8. R. O er.nttngslit
la the background, watting to g
chnet the tablna. .
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