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fHE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE.: THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1918.
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"KALL C1 THE R0MANWT8" TKTjLS TRUTH ABOUT BASPUTIN
The true tnry of the disruption 0 the Russian empire, the recent revolu
tion, aaii tho tirth of Kumiiii freedom ami democracy is ghown in Herbert
Hrauon "The rail tf the Romanoffs," which starts at the Liberty thea
ter today, Ha great trenKth is in its truth. With infinite pains Mr. Bren
o hi folttwed minutely every incident, every phnso and every detail of
(he urea drama a revealed to hiin by tho monk Jliodor, a political re.fuce
from Ruwja. Jliodur, generully known a the Rus.inn Monk, is the former
confidant of Rasputin u,on whom rest the responsibilities of the worst of
the. wmk czars citmes, hh treachery, his disloyalty, and his tyranny. Bas
putia wan the uncrowned monarch of Riim,i. He was the real power behind
the Uirone. Ihodor as his intiiimts friend and advisor was the one man in
Kiiesia. who ws iu a potiition'ta know to what lenuth this impostor's un
scrupulous nature carried him.
Mrs. Will Bennett was hostess at a
pretty knitting tea yesterday after
noon at her home, 155 North Four
teenth street, in compliment to Mrs.
David Hill of Pendleton, the house
Ruest of Mrs. W. H. I.yUe. A tasteful
arrangement of batehelor buttons con
tributed lovely decoration for the affair.
Those bidden beside the honor guest
were Mr. Irtfe, Mr. a. O. C. Locke,
Mra. H. H. Oiiner, Jrg. E. L. Baker,
Mra. J. D. Cauuhell, Mrs. J. O. Wilson,
Mr W. S. Walton.
a a a
H 1. ('. H. Castner state chairman
u the Oregon Ccuncil of lefense has
i.ld a meelhir of the local chairmen
th-.oi - 'cMit tbe sta'e for next Thurs-
June nth tj be held at the pubrie
library in Portland. Mrs. Castner has
jut returned from Washington, D. C,
wnere aba attended a meeting of the
national vouneil of Uernse, which
assembled the vaiioua state chairmen
throughout the country, who following
their return to their respective states
are now catling their local chairmen
together, to deliver a report of the bus
iness transacted at Washington, D. C
Mrs. W. M. Hamilton and Mrs. E. F.
Carleiton, chairanan respectively of the
Marion county and Salem branches of
tho Council of JJcfense, are planning
to attend the meeting at Portland
OFFENESIVl: HAY -
BE STAGED ALONG
((oHiinued from page one)
Great Concentration of Ger
man Troops Osserred
By Frank X Taylor
(United Press etaff correspondent)
With the American' Army in Lor
raine, Jane Unnsual enemy concen
trations are nnder o&s.'rvatioa near
Metz, oppceite the Toul front. Many
troop tiains are moving into that city.
1: reported that Austrian trooDS
are arriving at Metz from the neigh-
German airmen in this vicinity are
more numerous and more inWined to
1" in an effort to conceal these op
erations. The activity may indicate as offens
ive here in an effort to force withdra.
al of American trooj from the Marne
mg their position, especially along
the Marne and the Yiliers-Cotterets
fores. Both of these poit:ous are iu-
dispenal!e to the tf -raians, especially
for the pnnpose of pro:ectin their
flank befor nadertaking the march
to-arard Paris akng the Ourcq and the
Met ia fifteen miles behind tho Her
man lines and hp penerallv- regarded aa
xni initial objective in an American
orensive in Lorraine.
Alliid Forces Active
Paris, June 6. AlSfd forces assnm
edl the initiative on the Marne battle
front last night, it was indicated by
the FVeneh rominunique today.
The Germans were driven bact at
two points on the western portion of
the front, losing 150 prioners. "Sharp''
cannonading was reported on the west
ern and eastern wings.
East of Sempigny (two miles south
of Noyon) the French yesterday ev
ening pressed back German troops
witch Dad crossed the (hse, taking a
hundred prisoners," the statement said
"Xorth of the Aisne the French sen
sifery lJvfLfied their positions north
and west of Haiitebraye (three miles
northwest of Fontenoy). Fifty prison
ers were taken.
"Artillery fire was particularly
sharp around Longpont (eight miles
soaaibeast of Scdssons) and Xeuillv-La-
Poterie (near where Americans defeat
ed the Germans) and west of Rheims."
(Continued from page one)
two of which escnned. The r.ertnan.
the other boat were cither shot down i l100?11 to I'"''e
late yesterday he was interrupted by a
storm of cheers.
The premier paid tribute to Generals
Foch and Pctuin and appt-aled to the
their trust in the
Faith In Anitricans.
government, the army, the cencrnls
and the allies."
'If tho government has not done its
a . . J ..I.. J .
rans, Juno 0. "It is impossiblo to,uu,y' anY0 n' out! ,r 1 P08"088 yor
make a statement regarding the situ, fc T,.1,'ai'7 Jf "T!" ",y
tin .1 thi. Ti . . ; work, " he eonchidcd, dramatically.
" la" ume- in 1 -' '0 tcr- The chamher
iMa ... .... 1 . . . 1 . . . . ... ' r""-"
uut vur aoiuiers nave rougnt Bt
odds of five to one and are equal o
the situation. French and Britisl
effectives are becoming exhausted, the
vote of confidence in the government.
NO NATIONAL BANKS FAIL
Mr. and Mrs. J. William Chambers
and their daughter, Miss Dorothy
Chambers, left today flor their country
home at Newbcrg. They will join Mr.
and Mrs. h. Reed Chambers, who have
been domiciled at their country place
for several mouths, and will remain
for a number of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bennett went, to
Bend today whero Mr. Bennett will at
tend a bankers' convention beinz held
there. They plan to return Sunday.
The Missionary society of the First
Presbyterian church will hold its rez-
nlar monthly meeting tomorrow after
noon at tho church parlors beginning
at two thirty. Mrs. C. A. Park will
lead the devotional. The leaders of the
meet.ing will (be Mrs. O. E. Hosue
and Mrs. J. J. Nunn. Mrs. Otto Wilson
and Mrs. Charles Wileon are the host
esses for the afternoon.
a a 4 1
Mrs. O. C. Locke aid Mrs. It. H.
OHnger returned tndny from Portland,
uoro they have tieen the guests of
Mrs. William Northup for a few days.
Mrs. ivorthup is a member of the Port-
rand Golf club, and entertained' her
guests during their stay at the Port
land uolt 11UKS.
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. nunt of Sublim
ity returned home today after a weeks
visit in Salem aa no guests of D.
and Mrs. B. L. Steevrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Cusdck. Mr- and
Mrs. Ed Cusick and Mr. and Mrs. Per
cy Young motored up from Albany
Sunday to enjoy a day at tho lllahce
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Fullerton return
ed home last night from a few days
visit in Portland. They motorcd up
curly in the week, accompanying Mr.
and Mrs. John Savage, who were their
guests over the week end. back to
Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton were
in turn fho guests of the Savages this
week, Vheljtter entertaining in honor
of tho formeT a' a pretty dancing par
ty Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Dick of Portland
spent the day in Silcm as tlie guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Meyers.
icZ '!:?.r'ff but
,n lmert reSU,t d'P" W eloeed their door, in tho first
upon .America, ,. hal fof the present calendar year, the
.oZZ llrTCV Te """VtroUer of the currency announced
statement in the chamber of deputies today.
Mrs. E. G. Parkhurst left for Iowa
"this afternoon, where sho will pass the
summer visiting relatives. She was ac
companied as flar as Portland by Mrs.
Alfred Lovelace, who will sjiend a few
days in Portland, returning Sunday.
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Bloomers 35c and 39c
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Americans Pour In
Paris, June 6. American troops are
still pouring into the Marne battle.
front, according to French newspaper
"The Americans are enter-i;; the
ai,. wrote Ma el Hutin, .11 the
K-i 1 h 1 1 ris, tody.
M i ittn ax. writiug it. the -J h He
raiis, prophesied the use of fvxi Ger
man reserves and said: "Our reply is
that the Atlantic is bringing us hund
reds of thousands of American sol
" Doming, Father Abraham"
London, June (5. "The Germans
may read their certain doom as a re
sult of this engagement which is a
clarion message to America," the
laily txprcs. declared todav in an
editorial on the American victory at
rne Marne, headed: "We are coming.
rather Abraham Many Million Strone'
"The facts have ordained that theirs
is the honor of finally freeing the
world from the militarists," the edit
orial continued. "The Americans are
the last reserves. It is the last reserv
es which settle every war."
Airmen Baid Billets
With the Italian Armies in the Field,
June 6. British airmen made a day
light raid on Austrian billets at Val
dassia, wh"ich is located on . a steep,
Huts and traffic were bombed and
several motor lorries were driven over
the edge of the precipice.
American Women's Work
With the American Armies in France
June 6 Two American women quick
ly organized an extra field hospital at
one place near the Marne battle front,
rt was learned today, caring for more
than six hundred wounded when the
regular hospitals failed.
Surprises for Allies
Amsterdam, Juno 6. ' ' Fresh surpris
es are in store for the allies, ' said
the military writer of the VossiBChe
Zeitung, according t a dispatch receiv
ed! hero today.
"We have reacted the end of one
stage and must pause, owing to the ar
rival of French reserves, but the of
fensive will be continued."
Quiet on British front
With the British Armies in France.
June fl Crown Prince Ruppechfs men
continue to jostle each other under the
June sunshine, though the storm center
still obtains between the Aisne and thj
Up here, Hindenborg's guns thunder
spasmoddea'lv, the Britifh renlving
witb Harassing fire up and down the
enemy 's lines of communication.
During the early morning hours yes
terday tho Gentians began a heavy
bombardment west of Morlancourt. At
3.20 a. m. a strong raiding lrty came
over the top, advancing on the Brit
ish positions. A short, sharp struggle
ensued. The Germans retreated in haste
leaving two prisoners.
.Meanwhile, near Lens and in th
never made any confidential report re
garding the "black book."
Peniberton-Billing asl;ed if Cecil was
prepared to repeat this statement un
der oath. The minister refused to re-
Cambrai se.tor, the British conducted 'ply.
two raids, getting samples of German
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factories making cedar chests are going to discon
tinue making them. It will be but a short time when
J'ou. will be, unable to buy the genuine Tennessee
cedar chests. We have just received a large ship
ment of these fine cedar chests from a factory which
is closing out and having bought at an extra low X
figure we will make special prices for a few days. X
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340 COURT STREET J
Washington, June 5. destruction of
an enemy concrete observation post
was reported in a supplemental state
ment from General Pershing today. .
Washington, June a. Sixty Austrian
divisions are massed at three points on
the Italian frout, a military dispatch
to the Italian embassy today stated.
London, Juno 3. A British destroy
was sunk in a collision Friday, it is
officially announced by tho admiralty'
There were no casualties.
Underskirts 59c to $2.50
Corset Covers 25c to $1.50
Drawers 35c, 49c, 65c, 75c
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SICK WIFE'S STORY
The following has surprised Salem:
A business man's wife suffered from
dyspojvsia and constipation for years.
Although she dieted she was so bloat
ed her clothes would not fit. OXE
SPOONFUL buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka relieved
her INSTANTLY. Because Adrel i-ka
empties BOTH larg and small intes
tine it relieves ANY CASE constipa
tion, sour stomach or gas and prevents
appendicitis. It has QUICKEST action
of anything we ever sold. J. C Perry.
BATTLE' IN AIR
(Continued from page one)
fighting men in both places.
smoke clouds were observed rising
above Bapaume today, indica'ing per
haps a large fire.
Kuppreeht's artillery is especially
active in the Alont JJe iVlarne sector
and the Merb:"t and St. Sylvestie
neighborhood. The batteries in the Lys
canal and in the region of Amiens eon
tinue under bcjiibardment daily
Guard Wiped Out
With the French Annies on the
Marne, June 6. The grenadier com
pany of the second division of the
Prussian guard was completely anni
hilated by a French aerial bombard
ment the night cf June 2-3, it was def
initely estabwsned todav.
Other German losses established to
date, which are indicative of their
losee in general involve twenty eight
reserve divisions which were engaged
June 1- One regiment lost thirty per
cent of its effectives while individual
companies of other regiments were re
diteed! to sewnty or eighty men. The
third company of the Ninety Eighth
regiment lost fifty six men out of
total of lot).
Raid is Repulsed
London, June 6. "An attempted en
emy raid south of Alorlaneourt last
night was repulsed with loss," Field
Marshal Haur reported today.
'In the neighborhood of Boycllcs a
hostile party rushed one of our posts
yes:erdny afternoon. Two. of our men
"Attempted enemy raids were re
pulsed las night north of Lens, north
of Bethune and east of the Dieppe for
est, casualties being inflicted on the
'There was hostile artillery fire in
the Strazeele sector."
Require Heavy Guns
With th French Annies in the Field
June ti. The enemy now finds his way
barred by a line which he cannot hope
to break without the medium of heavy
artillery, which, as yet, he has not had
time to bring ivp.
Within a verv few days the present
ba'tle between the Aisne and the
Marne must be expa-ted to re-open
with greater violence than ever, but
the odds will be in favor of the allies
as the surprise phase is past.
This will be the bloouuest summer
Europe has ever known.
Swinging to Left
Paris, June . "It is clearly evi
dent that action will develop farther
to the left of the present tattle front,
probably oa the Montdidier and Noy
on front," Marcel Hutin. French mili
tary expert, dev.'lared today.
."The right wing of the erown
prince a army doubtless is preparing
for violent preejMi ne north of. Com
piegne (in the vicinity of Laseiguy)"
NO REPORT ON "BLACK BOOK"
Iondon, June 6. Lord Cecil minister
of blockade, replying to J. King, in
wonnded. soldiers, whose horrible com- "T" . 'ler,lar v "TTi- ,
pound fractures were just beginning to . Ctptain ; Spencer, who testified re
heal. Their wounds were reopened and r,1,.nK th .hst .of ,f'T Cf J vi!"
ing libel trial, had never been connect
The boys and girls graduating from
schools this month start nut into tin?
world with the feeling that the whole
earth belongs to them, and as a matter
of fact it does, being merely held in
trust for a few years by their eldV.'is.
(Continued from page one)
Died of accident:
Wagoner Walter E. Wilhclm, Wood
lawn, N. Y.
Privates Thomas A. Price, Nevada,
Jewell R.?id, La Grange, Ga.
Lieutenants Willard D. Hill, Cleburm
Texas. Bernard C. Wolcott, Binghampton, N.
Sergeant Charles J. Jerauld, Peoria
Privates Victor G. Bergfalk, Grows
Neil M. Callahan, Minot, N. D.
Michael Gaeta, Revere, Mass.
Harry Marvin Hurlbert, Solvay, N.
Corllo Lori, 640 Maple street, Butte.
William Marienseheck, Plainfield, N.
MLclinel Mazzonf, Boston, Mass.
John H. Siple, Wrightsville, Pa.
Louis P. Trial, Waturville, Me.
Wounded, degree undetermined: ,
Private Lee R. Irish, Indianapolis,
Privates Samuel C. Anglin, Fort
Raleigh Kii.err, Poison, Mont.
Horace H. Swickard, Toronto, Ohio.
Missing in action:
Private George J. McDonald, Rox
Note: Private Fleming Meg Forsman
Bardolph, 111., reported killed in action
on May 30. is also reported to have
been severely wounded previously.
Previously reported missing, now offi
cially presumed dead:
Private Alphonsus J. McGrath, Chest
nut Hill, Mass.
(Continued from page one)
work that challenges tli.9 attention and
excites the admiration of all our people
"Well IIIIIV TV a DAiie. tn.l....
j ,.v foic iiu.ijf, n-iiuc
'another million of our youths enter the
lists, and survey the results of thi
year's work. Each registrant has bceu
examined and his availability for mili
tary service has been determined. In
other words, thene millions of men have
been classified in such a manner that
the nation may now call for them to
c.ome forward into the army. No call
ean be s0 largo that it will not be fill
ed immediately whether tlus number he
such as may be filled by those who
have been found to stand in the first
rank of available, or so grearHhat men
standing in the second, third or fourth
ranks of availability must go forward.
In other words all th.'sc millions of men
who one year ago were an inert mass
have become a mobile army. Each has
found his place and each in his proper
turn lias marched or awaits the order
"These results could not have been
accomplished except through tho devot
ed and uusolfish labor of patriots. The
local and district boards have scored an
unprecedented triumph and have earn
sd t lfcC undying gratitude of the nation.
Their achievement is one of the great
successes of the war. They have already
sent into camp including those under
orders for June" mobilization an army
of mor.e than a million and a half men.
"They have already produced as sol
diers one man out of every six regis
trants and tho world stands in profound
astonishment as it views this accomplishment."
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Be sure to order a case of Alpha for
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Alpha is a beverage of quality
served wherrver soft drinks are sold.
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T.W.Jenkhn&Ct. Laaf Joacs i Cs.
ed wi'h the foreign office and had
i their limbs iphroken by the great shock
of the explosions.
I visited some of these hospitals to-
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! heartrending. Over the spot where th,s om'u ,fe,r1ta-T,Amon8 thc
is written, the rnieoiniF drone of Rri. l " ou . , r
ish rdancs. ffoinir over the lines in nnr-
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The Americans are now able to in
crease rapidly the allied advantage
above the ground. Airmen here are con
fident the enemy soon will be complete
ly outdone. Even now he seldom ven
tures to fly alone. Nearly always the
German planes are found in great
droves. When one is alone it is pretty
certain he is acting as a deeoy, hop
ing to be attacked by a single allied
plane, whewupon a whole squadron will
dive from the clouds.
When a German observer is ordered
to reeonnoiter behind the allied lines
.he usually is accompanied by at least
M MtM nMitlttttxtt!!!!1 t t I t 1 1 1 1 I t , ( Plenes. Even then the en-1 I
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