Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 25, 1918, Page SIX, Image 6

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. MONDAY. JUNE 24. 1918.
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FINISHED HEAVr BROWNING MACHINE GUNS READY FOB SHIPMENT This photograph shows 140
Browning Colt machine guns heavy type, awaiting shipment at the factory of tho Remington Arms ami Ammuni
tion Company, Bridgeport, Conn. All of these guns have been proof-fired ai d inspected and are eomp ete in the
photograph except for tripols and ammunition boxes which were manufactuicd but shipped separately. xnese
guns were manufactured on a quantity
International League
Has Discouraging Outlook
Scattl.?, Wash., 'June 25. Vancouver.
B. C, is out of the Pacific. Coast Inter
national League as a result of the Beav
ers refusal to piny the Portland Buck
aroos in the Rose City this week. Their
place in the league Will be'takcu by
Vancouver, Wash., which lias been
clamoring to placo its shipyard learn in
tlv lengue circles.
"Bob Brown forfeited his right to a
franchise when he refused. to live up to
the schedule," President Blewctt said
last night. A good club can b, recruit
ted from Vancouver, Wash., and the
new arrangement should be better than
,t i.i "
Rumors tlmt tho V. C. I. league woum
disband were afloat Monday and r."fus
id In lin Hi' ttle.l until tb.? magnates
met and issued the announcement that
they would stick until the middle ot
.ii".. t li.nnt. when thev could disband
without forf. iting their franchises and
plnver's rights.
There will be another meeting in
in Seattle til? last of this week to polish
up the schedule and arrange details of
tho new ciub's entry into the league.
Tarren and Dulfy.'
June 25. Frnnkie
I'arren has agreed to meet Jimmy Duffy
Friday evening at Dreamland rink, it
was announced tntlny, roiiowing prvv
menta that Fai'ivu prob
ably wouldn't be able to fight. The bout
will be the hendiner ot ine ni;
night's show.
people. I dun 't believe in clnss legisla
tion. If I believed this legislation wouM
help bring the war speedily to an end.
I would bo in favor of it at once. It
scorns to me that you gentlemen should
s-ek information of the food admlnis
t....,!.... n. tin, i'cretnrv of agriculture.
t believe this legislation would be dis
turbing and might result in delay in tlv
T --. think I
basis by machine processes,
still fight with tvery muscle straining
and put aside non-essential experiment
ing !f wa are to win victory from the
Huiib," Iiurley said.
I'e declared that shipyards automat
icallv cot rid of drunkards and said 'An
chief effect of prohibition "wiy be to
call a sudden nan upon a part oi ine
daily routine of hard working and sobet
iiiuii. One of-tlie greatest uuticmics
w have haj'to combat was the turn
over of lapor. We have been improviuy
tlmt situation gradually and we are
f'uiikly worried lest this proposed ex
pel intent mny 'S,1S,' additional unrest,"
Bids Salem-Aurora
- Roads Are Rejected
Portland, Or., June S3. AU
"bids for paving the Pacific
Highway Ivtween Salem and
Aurora were rejected today, as
too high. There were three bids.
The government will aid in con
structing this stretch to the ex
tent of $10,000 a mile. It will be
a post road. Kjw bids will not
be asked at present.
Premier Lloyd-George
Expects New German Blow
London, June 25. The accesion of
American forces is satisfactory and
" sufficient ultimately to defeat the en
emy,'" Premier Lloyd-Georgp declared
in the house of conimonB this afternoon.
"The allies soon will bo stronger
than Germany, who will have no fur
ther reserves after another offensive
except by the most drastic combing out
of their essential industries," the pre
mier said.
The premier declared "a great blow
might con. within a few hours, eer
tainlv within a few days."
"But the allies were never better pre
pared for it," he said.
Regarding Russia, the premier uV-clar-
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ftffl ZONE ORDER
RULE OF MILITARY
British Army Rad Important
German Cities and Rail
way Centers
P?ns, June 25. Official order today
placed Paris in the army tone. Public
Ufa will not be changed. .
Paris, Juno 23. French troops who
advanced slightly northeast of LePort
yesterday, maintained .utir new posi
tions despite a violent German attack,
the war office announced today. Suc
cessful raids were conducted in Lorraine
and the Wocvre.
'.Vmlh of the Aisne, after violent
shelling and grenade fighting in the
works taken by us yesterday north
east of LePort "(six miles west of 3ois
:irs), the Fr.'iich front was integrally
maintained!" the communique said.
"There was fairly active artillery
i'iMiug in the Faverollos aud Corey
regions.
"Twenty prisoners were taken in
three raids in the Wocvre and Lor
raine" British Repcrt Salds. '
London, Jun.? 23, Successful raiding
( pi ratious iu various sectors of Picardy
aid Flanders fronts were reported by
Field Marshal Haig today.
"Canadian troops raided enemy
trenches at Neuvillo-Vitass3 last v.ight,
taking 22 prisoners and six machine
Kims I-', tho statement said.
"A few prisoners and a machine gun
were takeu in successful raids south of
the flearpe.
"Ifostile artillery was active last
,!7bj, between Villers-Bretonncux and
incourt, also south of Avion and
of M.orville, ,gas shells being f ree
mployed. " ,
British Airmen Bald.
idou, June 23. British airmen
a series of attacks on Mtz, Sab
aarbrucken and Dillingen, Sunday
; and Monday, it, was officially all
ied today.
e railway establishments at Metz
Gabion, and factories in Saarbruck
id Dillingen wero badly damaged,
e enemy plane was brojight down
ames. All the British machines re
d safcy.
arged an employe because of sup-
l union sympathies.
ss Morris refused to sign the West-
iinion statement to President Wil
vhich declared tlvj signers satisfied
conditions,
iadians Welcome
American Regiment
innipeg, Man., Juno 23. A holi
was officially declared here today
i the city gave an American regi
one of the greatest ovations ever
el a military force iu Winnipeg,
e occasion was the arrival of the
I repiuent, United states infan
the first armed force of the t'nit
tates which has Jeen on Western
dian soil since 1812. The regiment
t the iny hero and leaves at mid
,t for the eRjt.
man May Have Written
Threatening Letter
n Francisco, Juno 23. Charges by
rict Attorney C. JL Fickert that
Kthel lion'r, former Sacramento
loss, was the autnor of the threat
I letter m'.nt Governor Stephens at
;im of the dynamiting of the gov
r's mansion, were under invetiga-
by ,the federal gTand jury here
y. Handwriting expert were com
kg wimple le.ters.
AIL FOR SPECIAL SEBVICE.
ashington, June 23. Provost Mar
General Crowder today issued n
for ISO colored draftees and 500
! draftees for special Instruction in
ms branches of the army. The 180
ed. are to eomt from Ohio and be
to the combined normal and indns
colleges of that state, and the 500
S men ar.e to come from Wisconsin
go to Valparaiso University, In
a. They are to entrain July 13.
NOT
UNTIL
YOUR LIFE
IS
adequatry:
IS
YOUR
DUTY
v WELL
. DONE
SEE HUTCH
GERMAN OFFENSIVE
COHINGONWESTFRONT
This Drive Will Be Accom
plished by U-Boat Cam
paign Against America
By fcarl D. Groat,
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Wabhington, June 23. Germany is
about to undertake two new offensives
ono a renewal of her drive on the
west line, the second a further U-boat
smash ajjainst American shipping.
When Chief of Staff March, U. 8. A.,
and British Premier Lloyd-George
warned of the opening of a new Teu
tonic drive on the west front, they
spoke "by the card." Aerial observa
tions and intelligence information show
concentrations that lnch'.ade a blow-
before long.
Her ally, routed in Italy, Germany
may hasten the western blow lest allied
plete the disorganization of tiie Ans
reinforcements be. sent to Italy to com
trians. Germany herself, it was learned
todaj-, cannot get reinforcements to
the Austrians, short of a week aud she
can spare then only a few.
Just where the new smash will be
attempted in France is not indicated.
I. W. W. Agitators Open
Defense In Chicago
Chicago, June 23. 'Practical soci
ology" liiflrked the opening of the ds
fense in the I. W. W. sedition trial here
today. Denied permission to introduce
socioloJi.'iil reports to show tho I. W.
W. was rightfully organizer! to "figlit
existing evil conditions," Attorney
George Vandevcr plaeed J. P. Thomp
son, Raymond, Washington, on the
stand.
Thompson, champion swimmer, long-
shormnn. lecturer and organizer, be
gan qualifying as an expert investiga
tor of labor troubles by relating his
life story. Later he Was to be ques
tioned on the plan of the I. W. W. to
unseat the ''master classes."
Vandevcr 's opening address claimed
loyalty tor the organization, i. w.
W. members in uniform and others who
worked in munitions plants, ho said,
would bo brought in to show they
worked loyelly and wita a. minimum ot
labor trouble after was was declared.
MISTRIAL FOE 'LEARY.
New York, June 25. Declaring thf;
case a mistrial, Federal Judgo Hand
today dismissed the jury hearing the
evidence on the cliarga tnat jonn u
O'Leary aided 1iis brother, Jeremiah,
Irish agitator, The dismissal came after
defense attorneys had claimed that one
of the jurors identity unrevealed
was indicted several years ago.
Judge Hand set the new trial. ror
Wednesday. O'Leary was admitted to
$10,000 bail. His bail was formerly $100
000. New Today
This
Is
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Bird Dav
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SsYCARMEl M YERS '
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"A BROADWAY
SCANDAL"
Weekly News
From "Over There"
Two Reel Comedy
LIBERTY
ROSTEIN&GREENBAUAI
240-246 North Commercial Street.
IT TAKES HUGE SUMS OF MONEY TO
CONDUCT WAR
Our fighting forces over seas must lack nothing
to make most effective and to prevent unnecessary,
waste of life.
The money must be supplied by you and us. The
Government tells you what it must have and pro
vides the way an.easy way. You loan your money
with the best security in the world guaranteeing
payment.
The answer Buy War Saving Stamps.
Buy the Shoes you need of us, save your money and
buy War Savings Stamps $4.17 invested now, will
bring you $5.00 January, 1923.
COMFORTSHOES
FOR
Hot Weather
Boys' Elk Outing Shoes
Tan and brown color,
soft uppers, bicycle cap
toe, we have them with
part composition insoles
and in the solid leather.
Prices $2.00, $2.25, $2.50
and $2.75, according to
sizes.
Bovs' Split Leather
Muleskin Shoes
Tan color, lace, cap toe,
solid leather sole, and a
real service shoe for hot
wenther. .
Prices $2 and $2.50, ac
cording to sizes.
Martha Washington
. Juliets
Tha real comfort shoe
for old ladies, we have
the genuine Mayer's
Martha Wa.s h i n g ton
solid leather turned
soles- sizes 2lo to . 8,
at $3.75.
Tennis Shoes
Boys' and Girls' black
or white tennis Oxfords,
sizes 11 to 2, at 75c.
The same in sizes 2 to
7, at. 85c.
SEE our full line of MEN'S DRESS SHOES in the
Washington solid leather Shoes, that are made for
comfort and real wear.
9;&mmmmm 'lis
1 1 rn n
& KEEP HIM. OUT of AMERICA
Mayer's Turn Sole .
Dress Shoe
For Ladies' Vici Kid
uppers, solid leather
turn sole, lace, medium
heel, medium narrow,
plain toe- sizes 2V2 to 8
C, D or E, at $5.00.
Ladies' black tennis ox
fords, sizes 2y2 to 7,
a-; 85c.
V
Ladies' White Tennis
Shoes, sizes 2y2 to 7,
at $1.00.
Ladies' White Tennis
Shoes with heels, and
heavy soles- sizes 2l to
7, it $1.50.
White Sister Sue Pumps
Child's sizes 90c and 95c.
Ladies' sizes $1.00.
White Emmy Lou Tumps
Child's sizes $1.10.
Misses' sizes $1.25.
Ladies' sizes $1.50. -
We have a full line of
Tennis Shoes for Men,
Women and Children in
White or black.
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