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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. 191?.
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Any gift from the folk back horn means
lot to the boy.
When you tend him tobacco, let it be
good tobacco tobacco worth tending all
that long way the flat, compressed plug
of Real Gravely.
Giro any man a chew of Real Gravely Pluf , and
be will tell you that'i the kind to eead. Send the
Ordinary pluf is falsa economy. It ceett leu per
week to chew Real Gravely, because a small clew of
it luU a loaf while.
If you (moke a pipe, dice Gravely with year knife .
and add a little to your wnoldnf tobacco. It will give
flavor improve your amok.
SEND VOL niEND Df THE V. S. SEKVICE
A rOUCU OF GRAVELY
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Will pet it into faia aaad in aajr Traiaittv Camp or Seaport of the
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Jum 12. French offensive efforts on
the Oise front are believed to have
brought to an end the big German drive
in this region.'
While the severest fighting Is likely
to continue for several days, with lo
cal fighting and fluctuations along the
whole front, the Germans last night at
tained th maximum result they can ob
tain from their initial asault.
How far this falls short of their plans!
is indicated by the established fact that
their prefixed objective for Monday
were still nearly ten miles distant when
French counter attacks drove them
French Check Huns.
Paris, June 12. The Germans, strik
ing along the entire Oise front yester
day evening and last night, were
blocked at every point by the desper
ate French resistance. The battle is
tt ill raging, the French war office re
A simultaneous attack on the west
ern portion of tho Marne was (lung
"Between Montdidicr and the Oise
itlie battle is going on without change,"
the communique (said.
'' Vesterday evening and last night,
German attempts on the left were brok
en up. The French progressed east of
Mcry and Genlia wood.
"The Germans attempted to throw
us back upon the Aronde river. Des
pite the violence of the shock and the
heaviest enemy losses, they failfM to
"On the right the Germans, despite
repeated efforts, did not succeed in
debouching from the south bank of
the Matz, we holding them at Chevii
court and Maretz-Sur-Matz.
" According to new indications, yes
terday 's counter attack prevented a
powerful Oerman attack under prepar
ation on the same front.
"Prisoners taken by a singlo French
division belonged to four German
"South of the Aisno the Germans at
tacked this morning between that river1
and Villers-Cotterets forest. The most
violent combats are going on along the
Some Successful Raids.
London, June 12. Raiding ojierations
and artillery firing were reported by
Field Marshal Haig today.
''An. attack on one of our posts in
Aveluy wood last night was repulsed,"
tho statement said. "Wo captured a
few prisoners in a successful raid at
"There was hostile artillery fire west
of Lens at intervals last night."
AMERICANS FOUND THE LINES.
, By Fred S. Ferguson
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Witli the Americans West of Moni
didier, Juu,, 12. American artillery is
puuuding the German lines of communi
cation fur in tlitf rear, as tho French
and bodies grapple in the strugglo on,
th.' new front to the eastward.
Plying in French airplanes, Ameri
can observers direct the fire of the
big guns, The roar of our own guns is
constant whit; from beyond Montdidicr
com-.' the heavy, drum-like rolling of
the great battle for the Oise.
Th Huns atempted two determined
raids on American positions late Mon
day night. The Germans flung a hand
ful of men into the front line ditches,
but these wcrg thrown out in baud
to hand fighting. Were are numerous
cases now of the Hun flyers trying to
disguise their machines as French craft.
Assigned To Parte.
Washington. June 12. American
coast artillerymen, it was said on high
authority today, may be assigned to
aid in the defense of Paris if the in
vaders get within range of til" big guns
before thp rnnirnl. A cnnsidcrabln As
signment of these trained fighters are
in France, anil others are boinir trained
fjr overseas service.
Wellington, Kan. June 12. With har
vest weather ideal and harvest hands
plentiful, due to recruiting activities
throughout (lie cities, cutting of wheat
began today in southwestern Kansas.
Everything points to one of the best
crops in point of quality jand quantity
in history: , w.
BSH RECORD FOR
HAY SHOWS BOYS
OUT NUMBER GIRLS
Twenty-Eight New Arrivals
and Only Nine Girl Babies ,
The old saying that more males than
females are born during war times
holds good in Salem and vicinity for
the -month of May, 1918. According to
the reports filed in the office of Dr.
jO. B. Miles, city physician. 19 males
were bora ia May and only 9 females.
I According to tire law, all physicians
rnuis: file their reports of births be-
jfor the HHh of the following month.
'Taking it for granted that all records
I have been filed, there were 28 births
jduring May as follows:
I May 2 ikn, born to Mr. a,nd Mrs
Archie Shram, 360 Twenty first street.
I May 2 Son, named Shigayoshi,
,born to Mr. and Mrs. Shigayoshi Lugi-
Imoto, Sabm rural route 8.
I May 2 Son born to Mr. and Mrs. I.
Tsukamoto, of 443 Ferry street.
I May S Son, born to Mr. and Mrs
Howard Buckner, of Oreville.e
I May 3 Daughter, named Barba
Reigh, born to Mr. and Mrs. Kay H.
I Mav 5 Son, born to Mr. and Mrs.
.Joanna Lebt-ld, 1230 State street. .
May 10 Daughter, born to Mr. and
'Mrs. Archie E. Free, rural route 3.
I May 11 Son, born to Mr. and Mrs.
George A. Amlare?,g, 743 Hood street.
May 12 Son, named Norman F.
Whitehead, born to Mr. and Mrs. John
E. Whitehead of Turner.
May 12 Son, named Henry M. Mur
hammer, Jr., born, to Mr. and Mrs.
Henry M. Murhammer, living five
niilea southwest of Salem.
I Mav 10--Son, -born to Mr. and Mrs.
'Orin V. Hall of 513 south 18th street.
May 13 Daughter named Opal Edna
Peltier, born to Mr. and Mrs. Timer
1 Peltier of 1070 north 21st street.
May 13 Son, born to Mr. and Mrs.
;0. J. Mays, Canby, Ore.
May 14 Daughter named Ella May,
born to Mr. and Mrs. 8. Peter Harnian
14ii3 Fir street.
May 15 Daughter, born to Mr. and
Mrs. G. L. Lovell, H43 north Winter
1(1 Son, boru .to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Turner. 414 miles south of Sa
lem. May 10 Daughter, born to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Munson, four miles east of
May 18 Daughter, born to Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Simson of Dallas.
May lit Son, mimed Luther Paul
Kcehier, boru to Mr. and Mrs. George
May 19 Son, named ('has. Edward
Straw, born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred A.
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(Continued from age ouo,
In'ioductory remarks Piincipal J.
Oration, "The Golden Rule Anions
Xaiions" Phillips Klliott.
Piano folos, "a! de- Concet: "Les
Sylvains," Miss Ruth Bedford.
Oration, "The Mission of the Philip
pine Ycmh,'' Heunogenes larbonell.
twos, "spring s E'lngiui;' "The
Moon Drops Low" Miss Agues Halsell
Address to class. "Live and Let
Live," Dr. V. G. Duback.
High school chorus "Roekin' Time
Presentation of ciasi diplomas by
Chairman H. O. White.
Benediction Dr. Geo. P. Holt.
The following is a list of the high
school graduates who will be handed
their diplomas at the commencement
exercises to be held: at the armory Fri
Lavinia Julia Anderson
C't-eillio Carbonell Areola
Mary Esther Bailey
Itol Joscphins Bailey
Ralph Waldo Barnes
Gladys Irene Bartholomew
Alva Raymond Barton
Lois Mabie Bartruff
Sarah Ruth Bedford
Armin Edward Berger
Ethel Beatrice Bollier
Carl Vivian Booth
Bertha Barbara Bouck
Carrie Lily Bouck
Lola Ceie-stia Brace
Clara Agness Breitenstein
Valerie Lmcile Briggs
Marjorie Willard Brown
Arthur Marquis Buell
Wolcott Emmet Buren '
Wynunam Robertson Buren
Hepniogencs Barba Carbonell
Simon Mindaros Carbonell
Wallace Preston Carson
Ruth Lucile Cooley
Miller Eliphalet Cooper
Claude Harold Darby
Clifford Oliver Daue
Paul Eugene Davie
Fern Annette Davis
Dorothy Irene Davison
Lucille Mario Dormbcrger
George Major Doust, Jr.
Rosa Bertha Drager
Phillips Packer Elliott
Katherino Ruth English
Marcus Bayard Findley
Leroy Lawrence Frazier a
Jason Earl Fnizzell
Elpidio Delmendo Gaona
Bernardo Earnachea Gapuz
Bother Lin. Garbe
lsabclle Annabelle George
Mary Margaret Goodin
Evelyn Iowa Grabenhorst
Ida Agnes Hafterson
Edna Marie Hall
Agnes Jefferson Halsell
William Perry Harris
Add Janet Hart
Carmen Enola ilarwood
Loyal Wilbur Henderson
Stephen Maurice Hickman
Ronald Valentine Hogg
Lucy Minerva Holt
Chark tte Opal Horning
Graco Kathrj-n Humphreys
Graeo Lorene Hunt
Hail-an Arthur Hunt
(Coming June 13, one day only, Salem
Straw, 1825 south 13th street.
May 22 Daughter, named Maxiue
Alma, born to Mr. and Mrs. William
Gahlsdorf, 990 south 12th street.
May 23 (Son named Milton A. Kiels
meir, born to Mr. end Mrs. Peter F.
Kielsmeir, four miles east of Salem.
Mav 2li Son, named Percy Ronald,
born to Mr. and Mrs- Percy bluudell,
Salem rural route 5.
May 2(1 Son, named Douglas Hnig
born to Mr. and Mts. Teddie F. liho
den. Mav 30 Daughter, named Hazel
Roberta, bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ray S.
ftrettie, Salem route 3.
May 30 Son, named Ernest Piiom,
born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vernon
Patton 12 miles cast of Salem.
May 20 Son, named Edgar McClure,
Jr., born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed-jar M.
Rowland. This was Salem's first war
Mav 27 Son, named Herman Wil
bur, bom to Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Rap, 1240 r'erry street.
Mar 28 fion.'born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Harrison Moore, Salem rural oute-7.
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