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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. 1918.
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You can be the one to send him
a pouch ot
Real GRAVELY Chewing Plug
It pays to know the facts before you spend
You will be sending your friend more
tobacco comfort and satisfaction in one pouch
of Real Gravely Plug than in half a dozen
plugs of ordinary tobacco.
Civ any man a chew of Real Grareljr Plug, and he will tell
yoa that' the kind to tend. Send the best!
Ordinary plug U falsa economy. It coats lest per week to
chew Real Gravely, because small chew of it laU long
K you smoke a pipe, slice Gravely with your knife and add
little to your smoking tobacco. It will give flavor improve
SEND Mm FRIEND IN THE U. S. SEIV1CE A POUCH Of GRAVELY
Dealers all around here carry it in 10c. pouches. A 3c
stamp will put it into his hands in any Training Camp or Sea
port of the U. S. A. Even "over there" a 3c. stamp will take
it to him. Your dealer will supply envelope and give you official
directions how to address it
P. B. GRAVELY TOBACCO COMPANY, Danville, Va.
The Patent Poach keep It Freeh and Clean and Good
It is not Real Gravely without thi protection Seal
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sploudid spirits, trHtiii(r British prig-
oners like tU'tr own kin and offering
theni bucU food dclifacit'i as they pos
sens. The lazy summer weather continues.
Only iu some spots does trouble bail
occasionally. .Between the Bomme and
At ran, (i. 'rmau artillery gconis to have
slightly increased itn fire. The allied
front lines have beu considerably
pounded on these sectors, while ti.o but
tery areas are targets for tin heavy
Allied infnutry did not attempt any
thing ambitious today, although gome
ruids and line rectifications wero car
The battle fields are dusty, the. shells
kicking up dust clouds instead of mud,
which luis bvjcii the case for Home time.
Hummer cast a drowsy spell over
northern France but In the blazing sun
shine the war machine is ubuzz.
British Bald Trenclioi.
Loudon, May 22. Successful British
raids in various sectors and German
nrtillery fire south of Albert and in the
western and southern portions aud the
The twists and aches of rheumatic
sufferers usually yield to the rich
oil-food treatment in
when everything else fails. Besides
helping to purify and enrich the
blood Scoff's strengthens the func
tions to throw off injurious acids
end is especially beneficial during
changing seasons. Many
doctors themselves take
Scott': You Try .
Scott St Downc, BlMiufidd, N. J. 17-34
Flanders front wero reported by Field
Marshal Haig today.
"Successful raids were carried out
Inst night in different parts of the
front," the statement caid.
"The enNiiy's artillery was active in
tho neighborhood of Dernancomt (two
miles and a half south of Albert.) and
in the Nieppe forest (on the western
portion of tho Flanders front.)
"Northeast of Bothune (ou the south
ern portion of the Flanders front) the
enemy heavily bombarded us with g,
"Our raiders captured fourteen pris
oners and a machine gun southeast of
"Other prisoners wero taken iu tht;
neighborhood of Nieppj forest In the
Meteren sector and north of the Ypros
"Hostile raiders wore repulsed north
of Albeit last night."
Counter Attack Broken Up.
London, May 22. A Oerman counter
attack in considerable strength on a
1200 yard front, northwest of Merville
completely broke down yesterday morn
ing, Field Marshal Buig dec lured in his
night report. lie also reported repulse
of two enemy raids north of Builleul by
The French war office snid their pat
rols made successful raids southwest
of Lassigny in the Verdun secror In
Lorraine. Both artilleries were reported
active south of the Avrc.
. Regarding the operations in Flaudert
the Germans war office said:
"A strong enemy attack near Kem
inol broke down yesterday with san
guinary losses." In tho past three days
Berlin said the allies havo lost 139 air
planes and three balloons.
WArtTS SEVEN BILLIONS
Washington, May 22. -See-rotary
f War Bilker today ask
ed 'congress- to nut.homo ex
penditures of 7,118,ri2,4(i() for
ordnance during tho coming
year and for Immediate- appro-'
priuticu of fl. .100,000,000 to
irarry on the ordnance program
jfroiii July 1. until March i,
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IN STATE TOURKEY
Trap Skaters Make Good
Scores In Annual Contest
On In Portland
Making seven straights in the ten 15-bi.-d
events of tb? fir?t day's regular
program of the annual state champion
ship shoot, now in progress on the Ev?r
di.'ig Park trap of the Portland Gun
'lul. P. II. O'Brien, of Butte, Mont.,
former state champion was high man
with a total of 147 out of 150 targets.
Kiank M. Troeh of Vancouver, Wash.,
carried off second honors with a score
Frank Van Atta of Portland finished
third with a total of 144. Frank Teiu-
pleton of Portland and his brother, Dr.
('. L. Templetou of Seattle, tvd for
fourth place with scores of 143. J. L.
Morrison of Portland and Elmer Nick
erson of Corvallis scored 141 and 140
scores were hung up by F. Newman of
McCoy, Mark Siddall of Astoria, C. G.
Pudele of Albany and Lou Rayburu of
Frank Riehl, the veteran Tacoma pro
fc'ssional, was high among the powder
and shell sellers with the remarkable
score of 148 out of 130. He dropped one
target in the fourth event and one tar
get in the seventh ewnt. Hugh I'osten
of San Francisco was second with 140
ai C. 1). Plank of Portland, third,
with 143. Gus Peret of Voncalla, Or.,
finished fourth with 140.
O 'Brien missed a target in each of the
first, second and eighth events, while
Troeh misvMl oue in the first two in
th? second and one in the ninth. .
High In Doubles
Charley Leith of Woodburn, Or., won
the first day's shoot iu the state doub
.. .lcs championship event for the O. D.
Thornton trophy, shattering 24 straight
targets, which Is exceptionally wonder
ful shooting. Tlu? next best score in this
event was 22, F. M. Troeh, H. E. Pos
ton, C. J. Schilling and Gus Peret. the
last three named being professionals.
hung up this total.
Atter the completion of the regular
program, a special handicap event s
staged, th.) proceeds of this event going
to the Bed Cross fund. Twenty-nine
shooters participated in the event and
five tied for high score. H. E. Poston
winning the shootoff by smashing 23
straight from the 22-yar'd line. President
Downs of the Portland Gun club do
nated a gold watch for the winner of
this event. A sum of $12.30 was real
ized for the Bed Cross.
Sain II Handicap
Some of the shooters were handicap
ped during the progress of the 130-bird
nice by the wind and rain.
Wednesday the state championship
event will be staged and it is expected
that over 73 shooters will participate
in the event.
At the annual meeting of the Oregon
Htate Trapshoot.'.'rs' association Monday
night iu the Imperial hotel, E. H. Kel
ler, vice president of the association
was uuauiuioiisly chosen president for
the ensuing your. Albert Bowlter, of
Heppner, Or., was chosen vice president
and . D. C. Bowman of Pendleton was
elected secretary-treasurer to succeed W.
(j. bulliick of Albany. James W. Senvey
of Portland is the retiring president.
Pondleton Gets Shoot
The old board of directors, composed
of V. V. Cathy, Portland; Mark Hiddall,
Astoria; Charles Leith, Woodburn; P.
A. Young, Albany, Charles Brown, As
toria and Horace Tillman- of Pendleton
Pendleton was awarded tlvj 1919 state
association championship tourney, the
"LeterBuck" city's bid being 9750.
It is planned to stage the tourney dur
ing the early part of May. Astoria dele
gates were ou hand with a bid, but
they did not present it after the East-,
eru Oregon town representatives put up
their proposition. Astoria plaus to stage
a 2i0-bird registered target event July
Vote Of Thanks Given.
H. R. Eventing, Johu G. Clemsoii and
W. C. Bristol were given a vote of
thanks for their donation to the state
shoot and a vote of thanks was also
giveu W. O. Ballack, the retiring secre
tary.' The sympathies of the association
wer.) extended to D. C. Bowman of Pen
dleton, whose father died unexpectedly
BOUT WENT TO DRAW.
FF STILL LEADS
WITH ONE COUNTY
HOT YET REPORTED
Williams Has Lead of Over
Three Hundred for Utility
Portland, Or., May 22 O. P. Hoff
of Salem held the narrow lead of
ii votea over Thomas F. Ryan of
Clackamas county this afternoon in the
count cf primary votes for the repub
lican nomination for state treasurer.
For comnihssioaer of publie service
Fred A. Williams of Jcehin county
K4 Frank J. Miller cf Linu by 323
Claries A. Johns apparently was
nominated for justice of the supreme
court. His kd over John S. Coke was
1373. Kelly has dropped to third place.
Tluve rc-ttiriKi were complete from
all counties but one..
Five Reels of Pep and Ginger
"SPIRIT OF THE RED CROSS"
Seattle, Wash,, May 22. Mickey
tile's middleweight idol, and
Mnrtv Farrell, the "second Mike Gib
bons'' of New York, wwnt four rounds
to a draw lust night nt the arena in the
fiiaicst. fiercest and most scientific bout
ever seen in Seattle. From the first tap
fif the bell until tne last seconu inc
two R-ntlle battlers, the champion and
King the challenger, struggled toe to
to without stopping the fraction of
n second. To have given either man the
.nil wmilil have been an injustice. Mike
Collins, Fred Fulton's manager was in
King s corner.
To Join Cleveland,
Los Angeles, Cal., May 22. To help
ir..,i,lli,'n the Cl'velnnd club, diet
Thomas, former Red Sox catcher, left
today for the middle west. Thomas has
l been working in the movies Ivre, bu
in anticipation of a return to the game,
! he ha kept in practice, so be is all
eady to get in tho lineup.
Benjamin and Anderson.
S Los Angeles, Cal., May 22. Joe B?n-
inmin and Harry Anderson battled an
exciting draw as the main event at Ver
n,m last niirht. Dennr Weston won
jfrom Kid Layman, Battling Frankie
jlost to Teddie Titus, Tommie Richards
'took a decision from Roy Rainier and
I Joe Nietto nv?t up with a good wallop
ing from Kid Mend in thi semi-win
Palta Tex, May 82. Beeauee h
told a neighbor that in his opinion
"she m not good a tne kaiser,"
Herman Schulti, German rooming
homo proprietor, was fined ten dollars
in police court for "abusive language'
NO LOATING IN OSOON
Portland, "Or., May 22. Ore
gon mayors meeiting here to
.morrow will consider the advis
ability of a uniform eity ordi
nance forcing rich and poor
alike to work during the per
iod of the war.
LIST OF PASSENGERS
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Navy Deparhnent Today Gives
Out Additional List of
Washington, May 22. An additional
list of passengers who were on the ill
fated collied Cyclops, was issued by the
navy department today.
John I). F. Baggiore, Phoenix, Ariz.
Harry Davis Baker, Horcwcll, Pa.
Olto H. Evans, Springfield, 111.
-Raymond Farrell, Brooklyn N. Y.
Clement O. Kurner, Wheeling, W. Va.
Irl Edwin Long, Walter, Okla.
Donald J. Me Keen, Santa Rita, N. M.
James J. Miller, New Orleans, La.
Karl W. Wolloneop, 401 Twenty First
.-treet, Salem. Onegon.
W. L; Perry. Rpcrirtcvillc, Texas.
Louis A. Smiley, Marshall, Tex.
William F. Sweeney, Fall River, Mass,
Clayton A. Webster, Hutchinson,
The men were transferred to tho Cy
clops from other ships as passengers on
the vessels' last trip and it is presumed
that they were on board, states the navy
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Why continue to take
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ATTEMPTS TO BRIBE
Offered Member of Draft
' Board $50 If He Would
Defer BosDraft Call
L. P. Laidon, a fanner living near
Praitiun g iiv trouble this morning
without much strenuous effort. It
see-ins Ins son is ealle-d on the draft
and the fa'ther being anxious to have
tho time extended in which his eon
could answer, tailed on Sheriff Need-
ham this morning, wiho is ft member of
the (draft board, and s'lated . his de
sires, 'lhe sheriff told ham to come
back about 1 o 'clock when .the balance
of the board was ruresent and ho ould
talk it over wi'th them. This was agreed
to but Laidon remarked he would like
to have a little tnlk with Ncedham
privately . "Go ahead," said the sheriff.
Yen see I need mv boy on the
farm to help me for awhile, so I won t
have to hire a. man and if you can
arrange to helip me I will help you."
' ' How do you mean, about helping
mef" asked Need-ham.
' ' Well it is this way, you say about
what yon think it is worth and I will
try and make it all right."
Van mean," sil the sheriff, "that
land, was notified and a deputy U. S.
Marshal will come after Laidon this
The cl.aritable view of the matter
is that Laidon, while, not insane, is a
little off his balance at times and is
hardly responsible. The crude at
tempt .it bribery indicates this. .Be
sides some who have known him for
several years say they considered him
just a little unbalanced. Pending the
arrival of the U. S. marshal he is held
Penrose Slate Sweeps
Philadelphia, Pa., May 22. Returns
today from yesterday's Pennsylvania
primaries indicated the nomination of
William C. Sproul as republican candi
date for governor and Edward Beidel
man for lieutenant governor.
Eugene C. Beuniwell of Philadelphia
with 6890 majority in this city over
Josoph Ouffey is believed to 1 the
democrats' sucessful gubernatorial can
didate. J. Washington Logue, for lieu
tenant governor on the deinoeratie ticK
et defeated Howard C Holstoin by
The entire Penrose slate for congress
man at large apparently sncft tike
.staite. . Philadelphia's 140,8)4 jnojoji
ty in behalf of Sproul approximates
his staite wide lead over J. Denny O'
Neil, his (opponent.
To build yourself up when
you feel run down to
bring back health, appetite
and strength take
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JOURNAL WANT ADS. SELL
more than a complete set of these tubes you would be willing to pay me
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miles without a punctuive, or a NEW
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Toliver 4,000 Mile Tires
Are really better than any other tires
in their price-class. 'e can save yon
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service, tome in and soe us, if your
dealer will not supply you.
Yes, was the reply, and Laidon took
a scrap of ,paicr from his pocket and
wrote en it "$50."
."You mean you will give me $50 if
I will j;et your boy freef"
I "lcs, and if that is not enough. I
will make it more."
' 'Do you realize what you are do
ing " asked the sheriff.
"No,-' was the reply, '.'I guess I do
Needham took the paper with the
$.)0 marked on it. and took Laidon be
fore District Attorney Gehlhar where
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DRY GOODS, SHOES, MILLINERY AND CLOTHING
UNDERMUSLINS AT OLD PRICES
Nice Brassiers at 65c and 50c
White Petticoats with wide embroidery, very pretty
at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.45
Night Gowns, Crepe or Muslin at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
R. & G. Corsets, six new models, all good styles,
at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.25
School Girls' Corsets at $1.25
Sport Girdles at $1.75
Lace Front Corsets at $2.00 and $2.50
Double Strength Corsets at $2.00
Silk Mixes and Knitting.
Always the best.
In Rear Room.
Big showing of nice Hats at reasonable prices.
Little Hats for little tots at little prices
Nice assortment of Hat Ornaments, Flowers,
Shapes, Ribbons and Velvets.
240-246 Commercial Street