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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1918.
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By Carol S. Dibble
(Continued from page one)
Allied tactics in tliii thrust arc similar,
to their previous ideas. General Foeh j
is under stood to believe that yielding i
'-lfj,Tra'1"' tinlirrportnnt, provided the I have participated gn a, unit has occur
'more Important strategic centers are
j held, lie ii willing that the boche should
have this gain if it costs the Germans
sufficiently. Then,' when tho time is
ripl-, reinforcements nro hurled in and
the boche is cheated, of what be had
planned for a victory.
The (argent action In which Americaus
:: Men's Extra Trousers
livery thread' of Wool
or Cotton is extremely
valuable! ' these' days.
Many a coat can be
i made to do double duty
"ivii on xjAixa x an ur
Tvva 'of Trousers. We
have on hand a splendid
line of these "extras"
a good assortment of
patterns and qualities
at prices that look like
special bargains com
pared with manufac
turers' quotations. Buy
Pants and save a Suit.
KHAKI PANTS '
Cheaper Than Good
Boys' sizes $1.65 and $2
$1.90, $2.25 and $2.85
Sizes up to 48 waist.
red at Cantigny, near Montdidier in Pi
cardy. Troops which have been in that
sector for some time covered themselves
with glory, capturing nearly two hund
red boche prisoners and inflicting
heavy losses in German dead and
wounded wHthout themselves suffering
This record of achievement is official
ly reported by General Pershing. The
engageinnt bears the earmarks of being
especially sharp but ttie Americans
gave good account of themselves.
me rront covered 114 miles was
tho largest strcteh on which a success
ful offensive operation has been car
ried out by Americans to date. Can
tigny was seized and despite vicious
Uennan counter attacks, was firmly
Active artilleryina was reported in
the Woevre and Lorraine. Another Her
man plane has been bagged.
(Continued from page sse)
Following a brief honeymoon, Mrs.
Dan J. Fry is expected to arrive home
tonight from Cump Fremont, Califor
nia, Mr. Fry having been suddenly or
dered to Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. ly
left for Camp Fremont the fore part
of lasi. week immediately after their
wedding wlauih took place Monday
night Mr. Fry tad expected to be sta
tioned at the California, eantoameut
lor several months, on hi return to
the camp with his bride, after a weeks
furlcup in Salem. But the unexpected
orders tra-wtferrmg him to Georgia ne
cessitated a dhanee in she plans of the
young couple and simultaneous with
his departiu'e south, Mrs. Fry is re
turning to Salem. She will remain with
her pa rente, Er. and -Mrs. B. E. Lee
Sterner, for he present.
The many friends' of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Edgertoa (Claudine- Rose), are
extending messages or sympathy and
consolation upon the loss of their lit
tle daughter, JaqueSne, whose death
occurred yesterday in Astoria, where
the parents have been making their
home since Ithe fin of the year. Tie
funeral wilt be held in Salem, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgerton- arriving at the home
of Mrs. Edgertoa "a parents, Mr. and
Mrs George I Rose, this evening. The
little girl was four yearg eld -last Au
The Salem Chautauqua Reading cir
le held . a very enjoyable social and
business meeting yesterday afternoon,
at the home of Mrs. W. W. Rosebraugh
of Cheuiekeia street. The annual elec
tion placed! the following members in
office: Mrs. It. B. Goodin, president;
Mrs. Carrie Chappel, vice president;
Mrs. F. M. Hick; ecretmy. The gather
ing yesterday was tho last regular
meeting of tne year and a number of
former members were present as guests
for the afternoon. A delectable Hoov
erized lunch was served by the hostess
assisted by her daughter. Plans were '
discussed for a picnic to be held at
Black Rock within a few weeks, as a !
losin.2 festivity to the year's activ
ity. . , cmy machine gun crew of four men
Six members will graduate from the The corporal was wounded five times,
roca! reading; circle this spring ana but he killed three bodies and enptur
the W. L. MrDouoals at their resi
dence, on Scuth TwelaTh street. The
host is son of Mr. and Mrs. McDou
gal The visitors have been sojourning
in California for several weeks and at
the conclusion of their Salem stay,
Utft for Vancouver, B. C, where they
will make a sior stop, enroate to New
The Woman's alliance of the Uni
tarian church, will meet Friday after
noon with jars. J. K. FoHock, 111) West
Wrtner street, ait two thirty.
The Wiuiiwr Hands Red Cross aux
iliary was entertained by Mrs. Miller
ttevier Wis afternoon at her heme, 110
Sorti Co'Jtage street- A motion was
also paescd and carried to eliminate
refreshments at the auxiliary meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Shipley will mo
tor down to Portland tomorrow. Mr.
Shipley will return Friday, but Mrs.
Shipley will go on to Hood River,
where she wilt enjoy a week" visit
Miss Ruth Johns of Portland, who
is to be the soloist at the entertain
ment to be given Friday -evening by
the educational department of the
institution for the Feeble Minded, will
b3 the houso guest of Br. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Bienhain Tan Bugeii of Astoria
is pasxina a few days in Salem as the
guest of trs. H. B. Thielsen.
C. P. Bishop, ;c?cnibaaied tiy his
grandson, Rofoert Bishop, will leave
Jhis evening for Palo Alto, California,
where they will join Mrs. Chaunccy
Bishop, who is visiting her brother,
Lieutenant Gabrielson, at ("amp Fro
TOO, THIS IS
(Continued from page one)
Styles That Are Really Beautiful and at Prices That 1
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Extra quality Waists,'
some with dainty frills,
some ,with tucked vest
"GLOVE-FI T TING
We have just received a fresh sunnlv nf
Fleisher's Grey Knittine Yarn for Snrka.
J knitting for winter storms while the sun shines. The
J supply is limited
SPORT STRIPE PERCALES 15c
I Good quality Percales worth several timpa th nnVo t
T rnmA ini:..l!.. -i , ., ... .
. . uuius i4 luuuMuauuii Bines oi wnue wnn vanous
: : shades of blue, red and green, also black. Former ::
: :- price, 30c a yard, now 15c : :
watch me get thein."
The gas used in the projector attack
was evidently phosgene, mixed with
mustard gas. It affects the lungs, mak
ing breathing almost Impossible. It was
thrown over in two separate batches,
The first crashed through tho trees of
the little wood and fell within a small
area less than six hundred yards in din
inotiM. The other fell on the front line
trenches, where the boya saw the flash
of the projectors in time to don their
masks. The Germans also gassed the
American artillery positions with their
cauuon, without getting a single victim
It is practically imposible for the Ger
miiu to surprise the American outposts,
as the result of an ingenious signal
system which the young "Edlsona" in
the army have invented. The nature
of this device rnir not be divulged,
Miss Stinson's Machine
Meets with Accident
Bmghamlton. N. Y, May 29-Striking
a cross current of aur as u left the
ground here yestordiay, the biplane
driven by Kathwine Stlnson jn her
Chicago to New York marl flight tnrn
ed over twice and crashed to , the
Miss Stinson was uninjured and an
nouueed that she woukl resume the
flight to New York when repairs are
completed. The propeller was broken
and the ta.it of the iimi-bine damaged
Takes 20 cents to sand a letter by
aerial mail, but that is a ea?e wherein
one pypecte postage to be high.
UK. AJULAttON ISA LUCAS
LECTURES AND VOCATIONAL
3 BIO NIGHTS 3
B. See announcement later.
following tae lanproval of their final
examination papers by the Chautauqua
Institute at New York will be sent
Mrs. Edgar Maxwell Bnrke went to
Portland the latter part of last week,
joining Mr. Burke, who left ths pre
vious week to ibegin his new work as
field agent for the Oregon Social Hy
giene society. Mr. Bivrke's headquar
ters are at PorUanil, in view of which
fact the Burkes .have decided to make
their home in I'ortiland for the pres
ent. Thry are now domiciled at the
Boslyn Apartments, 110 North Twenty
r'irst reet. As a farcwen attention to
Mr. and Mrs. Burke, an informal danc
ing party will be given Saturday night
by Mr. and Mrs. Edmund . CarleHon
at the MaSomic Temple. The invitation
al list will number over fifty guests,
including, beside Mr. and Mrs.
Burke, several other out of town
Assisting ta host's will be Mr. and
Mrs. C. 8. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Mil
ton Meyers, and Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Mr. Burke'a mother, Mrs. E. M.
Burke, has returned to San Fran
cisco after a few weeks' visit with
relatives in Ofcgon and Washington.
She passed the week end in Portland
with. Mr. and Mrs. Burke, en route
home, from Seattle, where she visited
her daughter, Mrs. Calhonn, and a son,
Captain Bnrke, stationed at Camp
Lewis. Mrs. Burke, wh Is the editor
of a fian Prancisee magazine, "The II'
luetrated Milliner," secured some very
interestinir material in the way of pic
tures of the millinery department of
tho Boa Marche, the leading depart
men store of Seattle, which were tak
en especially with at view to the pictor
ial requirements of her magazine,
Mrs. Carrie Oale and Miss Eva Cox
of Portland will be the guests oi Mr.
and Mrs. C S. Hamilton for Memorial
day, arriving irt Salem this evening,
They wall return to Portland tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott C MeDougal of
Buffalo, Now York, have been visiting
in fcaJem for a few days, as guest o:
Keep the stomach . well,
the liver active, the bowels
regular, and the breath
win be sweet and healthy.
But let poisons accumu
late in the digestive organs,
the system becomes clogged,
gases form in the stomach
and affect the breath.
these conditions with
Beccham's Pills. They
promptly regulate the bodi
ly functions and are a quick
remedy for sour stomach and
ed the fourth. He carried off tho ma
chine gun on his shoulder until his
wounds forced him to lay it down.
Then came the work with bayonets,
grenades and flame throwers. Thirty
Germans were incinerated in one dug
out when they fired on the Americans
after crying "kamerad."
Big cellars in Cantigny, where it was
possible to conceal a hundred troops,
were completely smashed ly American
artillery. Enemy losses were probably
the heaviest in these pits of dath.
The Germans ran toward the Amer
icans, "kamerading" in groups of ten
and twenty from dugouts or when (hey
In hand to hand fighting the Amer
icans iifd the weapon they have learn-,
ed to love tho bayonet and the boches
squealed like pigs when they faced the
Prisoners were a polyglot mess, rang
ing from boys of 18 or 19 to men of 45.
All wre suffering from shell shock,
a result of the tremendous bombard
ment which preceded the assault.
The French gave the highest prais
to the offensive spirit of the Ameri
cans. Not only did they not show hesi
tation in the assault, but their officers
experienced considrable difficulty in
holding them back,
The first question asked by wounded
soldiers arriving at the hospitals always
is as to when they would be able to re
turn to the line.
If anything more like this is com.
ing off, I don't want to miss it," ex
After the first arrivals, the doctors
were extremely wary in handling the pa
tients nntil they had examined their
pockts. They found the majority of
them had hand grenades tucked all over
them. When four grenades were pulled
from the hip pockets of one of the
boys, he drawled:
"Great .ball game this morning,
All the Americans rehearsed the at
tack in ttie rear of the lines, but many
of them said that when tbey saw the
famish, looking tanks actually waddling
across the shell holes they had to laugh.;
Sometimes they thonght the tanks
weren't going fast enough, so they ran
ahead of them.
me "with narrow pan
els of embroidery, or
gandy and VaL Laces.
BEAUTIFUL CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS
With beautiful embroidery
and hem-stitched collars. Some semi-tailored styles.
An amazingly attractive assortment.
i U; G. Shipley Company
Where Shopping Is a Pleasure.
didir and Hangaard-en-s.interre won
thus be at the apex of the main lOucniy
5 "Man of the Rour
High School Tonight
-cinn,i.. T-r.,,.t Tio f;M;.- r,l '
Ypres had died down, and only minor ; "The Man of the Hour," to be giv
raids and artillery activity, was men- em this evening at the high
tioned in Field Marshal Haig's report school auditorium by tho senior class
'"toy a pliy given to secure funds for the
publication of tho Clarion Annual.
Lorraine Front The heavy German Miss LLiian Guffiu, wiio iin chargo
gas attack against the American posi- P" t'1 assurance that the play has
tions in tlve Luneville sctor Monday unnsuial merit and Oluit the students
morning was a complete failure. Amer- w?" ";un inemseives m a way that
iean artillery destroyed the gas pro- lU 1,:iiv Rfc-atly to their credit as
jector layout ana infantry repulsed a
German patrol which tried to take Am
Verdun Front A
repulsed last night.
German raid was
England A London dispatch said the
American' army had taken over a 2000
bed hospital in England, which will be
conducted by a i American staff through
ALLIES ALL PROUD
(Continued from page one)
avtorg nnd students.
Already thore is tho assurance that
the iplay will be given to a crowded
house. Tho loading parts will be taken
by John Luekon and Madge Bailey.
Tho time of itho play is Wednesday ev
ening at 8 o'ekek and the cast is as
1'has. Wa'tnwright, financier, Lloyd
Henry Thompson, his secretary, Les
Scott U. Gibibs, stockbroker, Harlan
, Butler, Leroy Frazier.
Judg .Newman, Paul Richardson,
Dallas Waii niwrigh.it, niece of CLas.
Perry Wainwright, her brother,
Alwyiai Bennett, the man of tho hour,
Mrs. Bennett, his mother, Fern Dav
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IIIO uuuiau atuiuicia. Naiuab iuq turn- ( 4 rv I,
bined rush of HLndenburg's Fourth and1"; Viby'
Sixth armies. The British are ready to T ,
,i a -...n t..u - i. ,Jon
rcapunu lu tuiy van f ucu uitijr uiu&c.
counter ineasur.es southwest of 1'prts i n ' v -n
have practically restored the situatL.' "
Shelling continues along, the wide Ja' , airman , Carl Booth,
stretches of the British front, a large Eii,hard Umi poMtkal boss,
percentage of the shells teing various n a tsnnj b " f ' . '
kinds of gas. An enormous number of, jtaiin. oflfr,,Vnv. wiUari,- 8iml)S0B(
Henry Williams, icouncikiian.
Richard Huberts, alderman,
gas shells were thrown into Villers-Bre
tonneux in one day.
Huge forces of German reserws ap
parently remain inside the Montdidier Tay.
buige,.within equal striking distance ol Arthur p8yne newspapeT reporter,
the Amiens front or the Soissons-Rhemis Ea.K,h Waldvt Tlftrnp..
aeeior. xnen? is reuun to ueiieve ineae
are backed by tremendous quantities of
materials of all sorts and guns of all
calibers held in places where they can
easily be .swung to the westward or
Los Angeles, Cal., May 29. -Mrs.
John Keasley, prominent in radical
movements in San Diego, was arrested
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Lieutenant Wood of Oakland, Cal.,llu."?y "u cumgiiig
a orf MttivJn, i,,lwith threatening to assassinate Presi
dent Wilson. The indictment
son or I will do it myself. He will never
serve out his term."
JEWISH REFUGEES IIB.
said h had the greatest difficulty in
holding his men back. Wood was slight
ly wounded, but is one of the most en
thusiastic men m France.
The final connt ef German prisoners
taken in the eapture of Cantigny by
the Americans this morning was IS-,
including five oncers.
The wounded snm to be the ha;
piest Americans in Picardy. I saw them
in teat field hospital this afternoon,
laughing and chattering like magpies.
Those in another tent had laughed and
talked until they were tined and were
sleeping like babies.
Among the talkers, such expression
as the following are illustrative of their
"It was the candy."
"Best fun I'vts had since the football
"I'd like t da it every day."
"That trench stuff made me think
war was a foolish game, but this is real
' (Continued from page one)
New Toik, May 29. A cablegram rc-
cdved today by the Jewish Day brought
word that a thousand Jewish refugee
from Russia were drowned when tl
steamship Oriole was sunk recently ia
the Caspian sea. The message was from
turned by the federal grand jury here
It is alleged that Mrs. Eeasley on
November 23rd stated, "I will get
some one to assassinate President Wil-
ass for i-,.. q g s
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mans concentrated hoee forees at a
point behind the lines, where they could;
string equally well at Amiens and
Rheims. Checked in the former attack,
the enemy is now striking; at Sheims.
Eaormon masses ef German troops are'
still is this concentration center and it
is believed the Aisne assault way be'
a colossal feint U an effort ta drawi
the allied reserves to that poiBt. If this'
strategy saeeeeds, allied officers he.
lieve the ftermaaa wilt agaim strike at
Amiens. The Americans aronad Mont-
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