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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY. AUGUST 12. 1919.
PMT HOMES OF
SPECIAL SHOWING OF
. Washington, Aug. 12. IVninliilizatum
'of eontbat troos will I prncticaiiy com
pleted by the last of October, Sv
; Haki'r stated today in auauuuci
j uiam'iit home stations for the regular
iirmy divisions that served overseas,
i Their stations are:
rirnt division t'amp Taylor, Ky. i
THE OLD RELIABLE MONEYBACK, GUARANTEED RANGE BIG
ASSORTMENT FOUR DIFFERENT SIZES.
16 and 18-inch Ovens With Polished Top and Nickel Bare
1G and 18 inch Ovens, White Enamel With Polished Top and Bnse
NO INFLATED VALUES OR FALSE PRICES
Factory priced and factory guaranteed. Charter Oak Ranges cost no mo e
than the others. We want you to see our display before you buy. You'll never
make a mistake in buying a Charter Oa k.
; second division tamp Travis, Ska
j Antonio, Texas.
Third division Camp like, Arkansas.
; Fourth division ('amp Dodge, Iowa.
I Kifty division ('amp Gordon, Geor
Sixth division Camp OiatJ. Illinois.
Seventh division Camp Kunston.
! The Secoad division had been slated
Itu go to Camp Kearny, Cal.
I t t!ic divisiuunl camps and in perms
nent camps in the southeastern depart
ment and elsewhere, the new "univerM
ties in khaki" will lie maintained, Ba-ke,-
In asking civilians to regard soldiers
at the pcrmane t camps in the same
way that university towns regard stu
dents, Baker said:
"The nation's debt lo the splendid
units of the regular army ean never be
pnhL Kaeh one of them hat traditions
that should be inspimtioiial in their ef
fect upon the young men who belong to
thein, working lor high standards of
service aud sound Americanism in the
army ami out of it. Let us realize this
eiiil show our gruttiiule by our helpful-
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Ciyarette
Beats Them All! The New
It'a eoft Bad pliable -decreaaet in tize ai the
tobacco it used tobacco does not cake in the
package no digjrin il out with the finger.
Keep, the tobacco in even better condition
than tin. Now, don't you owe it
to yourself to buy a package and
glre Tuxedo a trial? Not quite at
much tobacco at in the tin, but
See the Charter Oak Combination Coal, Wood and Gas Range in Blue, Steel
and White Enamel. Let Mr. Richter demonstrate this range to you.
Mr. Richter has had four years' factory experience in building ranges, and
has sold them here in Salem for eight y ears. HE KNOWS A GOOD ONE. Let
him show you the CHARTER OAK.
TRADE IN YOUR OLD STOVES AND RANGES
Full line Acme
niture and Linoleums.
FRANK F. RIGHTER
The House Furnisher
377 Court St.
The following casualties ,iio reported
'iy the ocmninnding general of the
Vmcrir.uii r)lit'iidiliiuiirr I'oiees!
Killed III Action 2
Died fiiini Wounds 7
Dud of Accident n lit Otiiir Onuses Ji!
I'ied of Disease , 7
Wounded Severely 11
ii it, .
vtoiuiiicii tiu-jfi-co iinilctci'mluoili.... 0
Wounded Slightly 21
Tulul , '. 6S
Boots . , "' "-1
are the product only of high
grade factories having
ideals as to workmanship. It
is this sort of factory we
patronize it is this sort rf
plant whose quality foot
wear we recommend to you.
Killed in Actlou.
Augelo (Vmaeco, New Haven Conn.
Stanley Wojciesliowski, Mussina p0
Died of Wounds.
Joseph lieU, l.clinuou l"u.
lvet L llratc.her, Arkansas City Kan,
niienaul Kiusae, Muuisiiijiui Aliih.
(Hen V Owens, Peru Ind.
Tony tt.mdinolli, Irln Pa.
Cat 1 Shoolv. Univ.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Kayuioud Nic.holta, Kane Pa,
Chris Cluxoiu, Chailesto.i S 0.
I'Ws C liiivinoii, l.nrclimont X V,
.".nes i. joek.ry. Cincinnati Ohio.
narry Itorivll, Indianapolis lnd.
Lemuel Martin, Mount Vunoii lnd.
Ocrncy Movwr, Kurnae.e Ky.
T'innk O'Du-iuell, Morgan l a.
William I, Piuut, Catlt tisbuig Ky.
Morgan W Motr.m', New Albunv Ind
Melvin K St:imluiiKh, C.ir'.UIe i'a.
Hmil Nlibs, I'reiiliee Wis.
Died of Disease.
Xelson Diimls, I'rairie Miss.
John Thompson, Andenon S C.
Airplane Locates Sinn
Fein Meeting For Police
Belfast Ireland Au;;. 12. Sinn Fein
era encountered a new method of gov
ernment vigilance yesterday when a
forbidden meeting at Armagh was d;s
eovered by authorities ,vho soared aver
hcud in an airplane. Policemen 8 .hi sol
diers disperseil the meetii:.;.
LOSING ANY TIME
"I don't think anyo'te'e vei suffered
'more from stomach trouble and Moat
ing than I have. I hiul to '.ay off my
run more than half the time nnd could
get no help from proscriptions or med
icine. One of my friends ndused usiutr
Mnvr's Wonderful Hemedy, which I
found to be the ?rcitest rci'Cilv ever
put on the earth. I hive m t lost a day
since taking it. It is worth its weight
in gold." It is n simple, luiru.less prep
aiation that removes the catarrhal mti
i' us from the intestinal titn't and al-
lavs the: mf laminatie:i uVih causes
prnetically all stomn. h. liver and in
testinnl ailments, including appendici
tis. One dose writ convince or money
refunded. J. (ifl'crry and druggists
, V 1
TOLUL'V. "ptpert"-the tijlttestj
thinnest, strongest, and best in all
the world, make wonderful Tuxedo
ci(rett. Try on
Our leading make in wom
en's boots is the famous
They Fit the Arch
Fur quality boots, make this
store your headquarters.
Our prices cannot be dupli
cated at the factory todav.
Died of Wounds.
j Andrew Kindts, Streator III.
' Died from Accident and Other Csttset.
j Kmest Hchockley Clinton Ma.
Homer IVal, Lyous Oa.
I Kugene 1. Trucuno, Talntaka Mich.
Died of DIkosm!.
i Willir.m I Kees, Heiiondo lleaeh Cal.
! Kruneis MeDoiuM WaRefoid, Mobile
1 Raymond K Oawley, YouiiRsto.vn O.
Peter Kiwhbaeh, Ionia lows.
I Mesrl C Ke.ldick, Warsaw Mo.
;Mays Injunction Case Is
j To Be Postponed A Week
Xew Vork, Ann. I-'. Postponement
of the hearing of arr'ttm -nts on an in
).iuetion til restrain f't -id, nt Johnsou
I of the Ametiean le, i; ie from iuicrfer
I inn 'th the- use of Piii h r sil Mavs
itr the Mew Vork e'uii, ui, upwte.l
hen the ease eame up in the supreme
! court here today. Owners of the Xew
I Vork ehih and attoncv for President
jJohnson late yesterday sliced to t post
ponemenl until Augiiv. U. Owners Kup
pert of .New Vork, 'omisley of ("hica
I go ami Krssee of il,if.(, onstituting
s majority of the hoi il f direeturs of
(the lcatie, hsve esllet a meeting of
jlhe board for the s'rne Ua'o lo ronid
er further the Mavs e.ise.
JjOUN A. DARR, or iAuM
i FASSF.S AWAY AT .ELaOSE
(Ilv I'nited Proa)
. ,. , sOs Let.ioi
Lincoln's nth ice auent hme svdp
ping in niiltieaiu doisu'l npplt to
swapping baseball pilots in .slid seir'Ot.
In the first week of Mtillin's i-.tn:i,'
ment, the Senttleites won a series the
first in ages. The Siwadies split yes
tenlny's doubleheader with the Beav
ers, Curley Blown is still lending the
Const heavers of 20 or more gnmes with
15 wins nnd sis defeats.
! Jidtn A IHr..
away this tuurniug at
i t )iai, pnssed
iLe U'jj, e oi his
sister, Mrs. O. M. (ire i . Jt Mtlrose.
The deceased was a resiucnt ot SaJem
and had In'(hi re.Mding at A.Mio,-.v' for
the pait year. He i.s Uu .cptcniber
1(5, Hi2, t'wl was a LUriisaih by trade
having beB engaged in that l.ne in Ka
lem for a number of ye.-. Tiir nmains
will )iipp.d tn KtiriH toaiufrow
niuruing for burial.- llu.oi..:.- Re, tew.
little Trouble Expected
In Movement To Land 1920
Elks Convention In Salem
August llmkestein, chairman of the
Iclegntion of Snlem Klks who will at
tend the state convention nt Klnmnth
Kails this week, left Suiiilnv with nil
K, Cooke Pal ton, of the publicity eom
mittee of hlks, announces tlmt just
few berths are left in the second coach
reserved for Snlem and that by Wed
nesdnv noon, it is probable that all res-
nations will be taken for both Pull
Among those who yesterday reserved
for the second Pullman are Zodac J.
Kiggs, Walter Johnson of Woodburn
n d (ieorge K. Ilnlvorsen. Among those
w lii left yesterdav lv autoniobile were
Waller I.. Tou.e. Eugene Kckeilin, Sum
Manning, Unvid Drnger and K. L. Iur
vine. Others who will go by auto willi
lenve Tnesday afternoon.
There is ? general feeling among tne
Snlem Klks that Salem will have no dif
firiilty in la'ding the 19-0 state con
veution, especially as Salem's flainis are
supported by the Portland delegation.
Finest Burley Tobacco
Mellow-aged till perfect
Plus a dash of Chocolate
) t Guaranteed bv
a . "i.
SkV- ' J V ,;: .
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, ofton mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles'
Fast Matches In Prospect
For Doubles Play In East
So Good !(
They Dont Last
Best of corn flakes
Hoston, Mjiss., An.;, 12.-.P. B. Alex
ander and 8. II. Voshell, wamers of the
Tri-state sectional title, were to play
Randolph X.vcett aud K, V. Thomas.
Australia, in the second lound of the
natioil limbics tnuinnmtn't at the
.ongwood Cricket dim here this after
M. K. MoLoughlin and T. Rundr, win
ners of the California seotionnl cham
pionship am! who defeated Willis Dav
is ami H. VanOyke Johns, also Califor
nians, yeeriir, wort- scheduled to
meet ('. B. Doyle and V. H. Harris, win
ners of the middle Atlantic title.
The two Australian', Norman K.
Brookes and (. 1.. Vrp.erson were
matched with R. Xorris Williams II
and Watson M. Wajhhurn, winners of
the New Kngland foct'on.il title,
hi the last match of t!ic afternoon
William M. Johnstoa an.l C. J. Oriffin
'winners of the western sectional, were
Albany, Eugene nd other valley towns. t m(1,t h Thaleimcr -.n'. H.even Jes
The special with the Astoria, Pendle-jter winners of the . uih-i stern eham-
t.,n Tl, 11.. H... H..t,,l ami 1'iirtlund dcie "iiu.tin p.
. , v,L ., .1 Perfect weather
gates a:ul others Llks wid lie in thei
city for half an hour Wednesday noon.
It is understood that the Portland band
of 4U pieces and Salem band of IS pieees
will give a few selections as a massed
band uuder the direction of H. X. Stou
demeyer of the Portland band.
first mortgage bonds, most -of which are
pledged to various educational institutions.
bring quick relief end often ward eff
dwJly diseases. Known as the. national
tmJy of Holland for mora than 200
yea's. All druggists, ia thras aicra.
LmIi (m lk am Gold Mh!I m mrrj Ws
u4 Mtifl mm imUMUu
in J rospeet.
of the stomach has upset many
night's rest. If your stomach is add
disturbed, dissolve two Of three
on the tongue before retiring and en
joy refreshing sleep. The purity and
goodness of Ki-moidt guaranteed by
MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Fight Against High Costs
Ends In Suicide Of Mother
Labor Situation On Rail
Lines Reported Unchanged
Chicago, Aug. 12. (I'nited Press.) ,
Officinls of railroads centering in Chi
cngo today asserted the lalior situation!
was unchanged and that freight and
wsenger service was being conducted;
on r. slightly limited scale, as has heea
the ease si .ee upwards of Sfl.lHKt shop'
men split ork ten days ago. i,
Neailv a thousand strikers returned!
i to wink v.-sterdai. Others still helil,
..... il...:. ILAon.'.!11 HruiHrt In uintt1
"HI, IllCIf II "'-1
representatives t Washington to eonOr ,
j Newark, X. J Aug. 12 De-
j a) spondent over the losing strug-
j gle against the high rout of Jiv-
ing which, she said, kept her
I five children in ill health, Mn s
j Catherine Wohlford committed
Ilk suicide by taking poison. Xeigh-
ijt bora told the police Mrs. Wohl-
j ford recently said that, owing tn
' high prices, she could "hardly
keep the children alive." :
Apply tew drops then lift sett,
touchy corns eff with
fingers No pain! . .
VSJM IIVL.IV IWl WIVvl B.XA UlUtl I s
I IT i J Pi t C. .'1'0,'sn, huft a bit! Drop a little
In United States Meet J!""0 n ron, instantly
, , - 'u iops aurnng. tftcn you Bit
Xew York. Aur-. lin. tk. ik-l'1 rifct Yes. magic!
with Director Genera Hines. No offi- .,, A,ir rral . . i l-ij L - ,ln- "0,t,e of eosts bat
rial ro.o.nitii.n ha. bee. wr.de of their( w " , , - ' , ten t, at aay drug store bat U
organic,.,, here, it was earned. LMw 8tftf tom .' Vh.
..V.-V.V1, lUfltt lr IMmaVS alllU Ilie r&IItlM anthnnt ajaA.A. 1.
aireuvss plant ny r.i-.i new. can f v . 8 . CmnBr.. ; .....:
northwestf . . . . . . t
oe cxcnsnci o wna ynicr inri fi t-i i i rt v .i.n- lij-
schools is to lMcted at (.O iisganni-j his Mnf fonfirf( f0
Freorone is the sensational divn.
iTT-l? Cisrinnsti srnin. It is wss-