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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. TUESDAY. JUNE 4, 1918.
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SIMILAR TO SALEM'S
An artillery observer nar Bheims,
discovering tUree German tanks de-
fcesohng on Bhcims from Brimont (five
miles north), opened fire with an anti
tank battery. The fading tank $
struck squarely and set afirc. The others
trundled away and soueht shelter be
hind some farm buildings. The battery j ""
continued tiring and soon all the build
ings were ablase. The occupants of the
rwo tanks were-observed running north
ward. The two tanks were not see
again and presumably were destroyed.
me Uormana employed tanks in Sat
urday's attack on Fort Pompelle. TM
French cannon destroyed one. piercinc 11
u tnree times, i our others wi?re destrov-
ed or captured. One machine gunner
rorcea two tanks to surrender.
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WHITE MAN'S LAW
Down Whore the Sun ltoats Hottest There is a Law Paramount
to all Others "Tho Whits Man's Law" A Blonder Bond,
Strong as Steel, Which Holds the Aryan Together Regardless of
Personal Failings and IHscropanc.ie-rthe West- Coast of Afri
ca is tho Background.
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Corporal William C. . Williamson,
Died of DlB,se -
Liouteuant William u Miller, Sagi
Master Signal EUvtrieiuft Roy C.
Mingle, Philadelphia, Pa. "
Sergeant Theodore A. HJeensland,
Bercsford, S. 1.
Privates James H. Ferguson, Rowley
Paul W. Kruso, lirook Park, Minn,
Sidney Scales, .Htone Mountain, Oa.
Died of Accident
Lieutenant John L. Mitchell, Mil
Iieutennnt Kirhard Blodgctt, West
. Sergeants Philip Lyons, Hartford,
Powell Davis, Franklin, Va.
Clyde A. Simpson, Caddo, Okla. '
Joseph Henderson, Dayton, Ohio.
Antouiu Nurdctli, Italy.
Corporal Finest W, And(rscn, Far
go. N. D.
Alfonso Dea Tnipelarse, Detroit, Mich
Kdwin A. (In won, Philadelphia, Pa.
Lester A. Hurbank, South Waterboro
Hoorge A. Hehurn, Long Island City!.
Francis X. Bashaw. Marquette, Mich
Claude A. Baker, IjiwIoii, Okla
Thomas L. Seals, Pritchnrd, Miss.
Mark H. Hanna, Army Field elerk,
Paul Roaas, , civilian, Autos, Chile.
Cadet ItnTor ft. Ii x, Jr., Huston, Mass
Lieutean Leopold Arnaud, New
Hubert V. K. Harris, Winston, Conn.
Thomas K. Hiley, McDowell. W. Va.
Corporal Kollo O. Brown, Moberly,
Privates Charlie A. Coolev, Athens,
Frederick W. Coons, Hartford, Conn
Howard Melicnn, Kuifhy, N. 1).
, Walter K. Pearson. Cortiiii, Ky.
Lieutenant l'aul W. Enlon, Jackson,
Prisoners (previously rviorted mini
lug) Lieutenants Benjamin P. Burble,
llancliester, N. It.
liornord J. Uallagher, Waseca, Minn,
William It. Jeiikins. Loesburg, Va.
Sergeant Robert Walker, Jersey, N.J.
t'orjiorals I'atrick F. Median, Spring
Lee II. Whitehead, Jeffrey, Ky.
Privates Hirnier Akers, Norwood, Mo
Kdward Ifennctt, Harrisburg, 111
Arsene Oergeron, Turners Fal'j,
Frank Brot.fcnoiJer, Chicago.
Filippo Daniels, Lynn, Mas. ,
Russell K. Doihon, Vintondale, Pa.
Kdward J. Ihiherty. Newton Center,
Owen Dougherty, Chester, IV
Fred C. Hickman, Loogootee, Ind.
Cail Itolsr, Allston Mass.
Aleks Ander Krakusreenki, Dsbre,
Jermiiih Lehan, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Wilfred Marquies, Fall River, Mass.
Roy R. Mason, Oaiuesville, Fla.
Frank J. Meyer, Heading, Ohio.
James N. Muldoon, Brighton,. Mass.
Clarence . Newton, Cincinnati, 0.
Emmett J. Prosscr, Minneapolis,
James P. L'tillo, Newark, N. J.
Carmenilo H. Puoplo, Avon, Mass.
Rooco Suinma, WaterburVj Conn.
Henry Bvitka, Philudolphia.
William C. Sweeney, South Boston,
David L, Watkins, Glasgow, Ky.
Previously reported imlssliig, now re
nontenants Charles W. Chapman,
Joseph R. SnnforirfSkowhegnn, Me.
Previously reported missing, now re
ported killed in action:
Mechanic Joseph" L. Pratt, Bristol,
Previously reported slightly wound
ed corrected to missing in action:
Private Charles Cropper, New llavon
Previously reported killed in action,
now reported as wounded in action:
Private Frank W. Ferraro, Middle
YOUR BOWELS IF
For biliousness Bad Breath,
Colds Indigestion and
EnioyLife! Liven Your Liver
and Bowels Tonight and
Opinion by Justice McCainant
His Last Just Before
Leaving the Bench
Among the opinions handed down
this morning by the supreme court was
that in the suit of George J. Wagoner
and others appellants, v The City of
La Orainde fciml others, respondents.
This is a suit brought to enjoin the
defendants from enforciuir munieinal
liens imposed on property of plaintiffs
to pay 7a per cont of tho cost of a
It seems there had been trouble
about the collection of assessments for
street improvements and to cure this
an amendment to the ctiy charter was
voted providing for re assessment ot
costs for improvements on streets.
Tho lower court in a decision by
Judge Knowles held tho re-nssessinenl
legal and plaintiffs appeal. Tho su
preme court in an opinion by Justice
McCanmnt sustains' the lower court
and affirms the decision.
The case is exactly like that in Sa
loin so far as "the re-assessiiient fea
tures are concerned.
Other opinions were handed down to
day as follows:
George Amos Marshall, et al, vs NM
lioOustin, appellant; appealed from
Multnomah; argument presented on
rehearing; opinion by Chief Justice
McHrido; former opinion adhered to
and decree of lower court reversed.
E. T. Wade vs H.' Peters, appellant;
appealed from Umatilla; action by real
estato broker to recover commissions;
opinion by Justice Benson; Circuit
Judge Phelps reversed and case re
niaiuled. H, B. Davidhizer vs Elgin Forward
ing coimpany, appellant; appealed from
Wallowa; action Sn which plaintiff
seeks to recover 531 bags of wheat cov
ered by defendant's warehouse re
ceipts; opinion by Justice -Burnett;
Circuit Jude Knowles affirmed.
Farmers State Bank of North Pow
der vs James A. Pitcher, appellant; ap
pealed from Union; action on promis
sory note for $2-'i00; opinion by Justice
Bean; Circuit Judge Knokles affirmed
Perry Boyd vs Harrison Grove, et al,
appellants; appealed from Harney; act
ion to recover damages for trespass on
plaintiff's land by defendants'' sheep;
opinion by Justice McCanmnt; Circuit
Judge Higlfs affirmed.
Petition for rehearing was denied in
Haines vs First National bank of Rosa
burg. Roseburg National Bank, a corpora
tion, va T. N. Ciump and others; ap
peal from Douglas; appeal from order
confirming sale of property; reversed
and remanded; opinion by Justice Har
ris. The eno of Gilbert vs Globe and
Rcdfern insurance companies, was or
dered re-argued in banc.
Town of Harlan vs T. A. Thompson,
appeal from Washington and William
Liseuby vs Mazte Lisenby. appeal from
Multnomah, were advanced on the cal
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(WORK WHILE YOU SlEEPj
on tho hunt today for mo raiders, var
iously reported numbering from two to
five. All up and down the coast naval
district commanders acting under their
own authority supplemented by special
navy department orders, had out de
stroyers, U-boat chasers and airplanes
the tact that operations had been
carried on since May 25 came as a dis
tinct shock to the national capital. It
was proven, however, from the fact
that the derelict Edna, recently tow
ed into Lewes, Del., and tho Hattio
Dunn were both attacked on that date.
The capture of those aboard, followed
by their release, only added to the sen
sation iu this, remarkable raid, This ap
parently was all a part of the German
plan of striking -fi'ar to the heart of
civilians and ship folk.
Most Rumors Unfounded
Persistent rumors of U-boat activity
off tho coast have ooen checked up,
but 'the navy each time said their re
ports disproved the stories. Some oi
these roKrts have come in since May
25, notably that Of the cargo trans
port Nyanza, which wirelessed she wal
That the American patrol did nol
pick up the trail of the raiders befor
they showed themselves off Baniegnt
Sunday was a subject or some comment
today. Some officials hinted there has
been too much of tendency to dis
credit tho Idea that tfe Germans would
On the other hand, it was pointed
out that the patrol activity had been
increased in recent weeks end that this
fact caused some of the U boat rumors.
What protections tne navy now has
out or has had out in recent days may
not be stated. Suffice it to say that
navy officials suggested the raid cov
ering a period since May 25 had bees
accomplished largwy because of the
fact that the long American coast tins
presented! a difficult patrol problem.
involved is the opinion of many naval
men. The U-boats attacking off" Barne-
gat Sunday, were prosawy nol the
same as the ones attacking the Edna
and the Hattie Dunn, May 25. It is
possible that after making the trip
from Germany the boats had some bast
long the American or Mexican coast.
But it appears unlikely that one ol
two U-boats could make the journey
across and then operate more than a
week here unlets there were an avail
able base within easy running distance.
Mexico is almost as far away from
Barnegat as is Europe. It is doubted,
that any bases are there. Hence, it ap
pears likely that one submarine did the
earlier sinkings and two or more have
been on the tuail of tne schooners and
passenger steamers this week.
Six Vessels Known Lost
Its last advices last niiht listed six
victims the Jacob H. Haskell Isabel B.
Wiley, Hattio Dunn, Edward H. Cole,
al! schooners, the cil ranker Herbert
L. Pratt and the Enda.
Daniels Issues&ttem mt
Washington, June 5. No new re
ports of sinkings or attacks by the
German U-iboats off the American
coast bad reached the navy department
up to mid-forenoon, Secretary c-f the
Navy Daniels stated. Ho also stated
there is no information concerning the
reported capture of one of the raiders.
Tho department does not intend at
this time, however, tiiiake any offi
cial announcement if a U-boat is cap
tured or sunk lest it prove of military
advantage to the enemy.
Tho department, he said, has posi
tive evidence that one U-boat is ope-
ating, but only the evidence of a sur-
viving captaia that two were off shore
Other navy officials expressed the be
lief that three submarines had been
Daniels said he had told the naval
commitiide. eiler'day that the navy
had believed an occasional submarine
might get through to tins country. But.
ho added, one or two or more may be
now engaged! in an effort to draw the
American fleet from the European wa
ters. The secretary was loath to dis
cuss the subject of a possible U-boat
co'.ninunicvtion with the American
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AND OTHER FEATURE PICTURES
WAR STAMP CAMP1GN
WILL SOON BEGIN
On a basis of $20 per capita for every
pei son living in the city, Salem will
be i ailed to buy War Savings Stamps in
tne bum of $792,000 between June 23
and December 31,
Al a niryting held yesterday after
noon at the Commercial club the exec
utive committee of the W. S. S. for
Mai ion county decided to call a general
coherence of workers at the Commer
cial club Friday, June 7, when the gen-
trict. For each town tho executive com
mittee will be especially appointed and
it is these committees that will be ask
ed to meet in Salem next Friday and
tiear a general discussion of the work
and also be addressed by promineni
npeakeis from Portland.
Preliminary to the active campaign
which is to begin Monday June 24, 1
mass meeting will be held at the armory
; n the afternoon of Sunday June 23
v.'htn all committees will be given their
final instructions. It is hoped that the
committee will be able to thoroughly
(lirvass the county with the two days'
No money wil be asked by the work
ers, who will only have pledges which
ore to be signed, pledging a person to
buy a corlaui .mount of War Savines
vim F.aii ut mo cujiiiiaigu wm uc nraps oeioro ti'.o tirst or next year.
utlilleI- I The pledge card will indicate the
Whi!) the plan of work similar to ' amount subscribed, where to be paid
that of the Red Cross wil be carried j and to which bank or postof fice.
out in general, details will differ froni At the; meeting held yesterday the
the fact that the directors in the coun- J following chairmen of committees' were
ty outside of the towns will constitute I appointed: W. M. Hamilton, personal
the executive committee for that dis- of sobcitirg teams for Salem school
district; Ben F. West, on campaign of
districts in county other than Salem;
L'. T. Baiaes on committee to distribute
l:riitute and posters; B. Y. Hoho oo
publicity; D. J. Fry on committee to
sccuw speakers and to arrange masa
meetings to be held in the county Sun
day June 23.
To interview the county court in re
gard to financial assistance, a commit
tee wa? appointed consisting of E. T.
Barnes, P. P. 3cii,e and W. M. Hamiltoa
As general of toross to conduct the
drive, Hal D. Patton was appointed. He
will be assited by T. F. Boden and B.
C. Bishop, Each chairman will Belcct
his own committeemen.
The rally up mass meetings will be
held throughout the county Sunday Juno
23. Tho workers will be out Monday
and Tuesday following with a final rally
ou Friday Juno 28 as a close up of the
The Mexico-Cuba affair didn't Btay
long on the front page.
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