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ALL NEW -SHOW
THE CITY OF TEARS
Hugs Mixed With
Kisses With Crackers
A Grocery Store
LATEST WEEKLY "
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which have been borrowed from neigh
boring armies, in an effort to ease
The allies, on tooth sides of the bulge
aro aiming at two vital points iFere-En-Tardeuoif
and Fismes. There are
plenty of indications that the enemy la
attempting further withdrawals of men
and material before he is enveloped.
Airmon report the Germans hurriedly
preparing to retreat from the entire
center of the salient.
Small British Success
London, July 23. British troops
made slight advances in various sec
tors of the l'iicardy and Flanders
fronts yesterday and last night, Field
Marshal Haig reported today.
The advances improved British posi
tions south of Hctbuterne and near Ha
mel, iboth of which aro north of Al
bert and between Merris and Meterne
on the west portion of the Flamders
"Yesterday our line was advanced
slightly south of Hebutcrne and south
of Merris aud Meteren," the statement
' 'Last night our positions in the Ha
noi sector, north,, of Albert, were also
"Our troops carried out successful
Taids last night in tho neighborhood of
Alaainzeville, Ayctte. Oppy, Avion and
Lens. Prisoners and machine guns were
captured Iby u in the vicinity of Mer
ris as tho result of a patrol encounter,
in the course of which it is estimated
that some fifty Germans were killed.
"Hostile artillery has shown consid
erable activity with gas shells in the
Villers-Bretonncux sector. Our own ani)
the enemy artillery were active in the
Americans Tafce Town
London, July 23. (2:15 p. m.) The
Americans have captured Jaulgonne
(on the north hank of the Marne) and
are continuing their advance, it was
learned authoritatively this afternoon.
They took 300 prisoners.
A German counter attack at Van
dicrs (ten miles east of Jaulgonne)
The French hold tho entire Marne
U. H. CAMPBELL, Special
I .. i i a I i
bend from CUassins to Prelop.
Between the Aisne and Ourcq, Franco-American
troops are progressing.
The Fretiuh ore reported to have re-
gained all the ground they lost yester
i day at Grisolles. (An official report
j said yesterday the French were driven
Ibaick half a mile nortn of Chateau-
Thierry by a counter attack.)
Along itho Marne valley, the french
aro experiencing diifficulty in cross
ing the Verncuil, owing to artillery aud
machine gun tire. They crossed at Port-A-Binson
Only Artillery Active
Paris, July 23. (Noon) Only artil
lery fighting was reported on the
whole offensive front last night, the
war ottiee announced today.
French troops advanced on a three
mile front north of Montdidier (Pi
cardy front), capturing three villages
'and three hundred prisoners.
"During tho nitht only artillery
fighting was reported on the whole
battle front." the communique said.
"North of Montdidier, a sharp loeal
operation enabled the French to take
Mailly-Kaineval, Sauvillors and Aub
villers, together with 300 prisoners."
Aubvillers is six miles north and
slightly west of Montdidier. Sauvillora
is a mile north and slightly west of
Au'bvilters. il)iilly-Raiiieval is two
miles north and west of Sauvillers.
London, July 23. (1:16 p. m.) Am
erican troops are reported to have cap
tured Buzancy (four miles south of
Soissons and east of tho Soissons-Cha-teau-Thierry
The French are said to have taken
Oulchy-Le-Chasau. The reports are un-
Onlv Narrow Passaea .
Paris, July 23. (10:50 a. m.) As a
result of tho Allies bombardment from Jate Al,r voting that a speedy repcti
both sides of the Rheims-Soissons poclt- Uion of this affair would be most.grat-
et, the German crown prince, has only
a seven milo passage for withdrawl of
his troops, it was reported from the
Tho width of the salient on the Fore-En-Tardeuois
line is about 25 miles.
Enemy Guns Inactive
London. .Tulv 23 f 1.50.1 The Ger
man artillery in the Kheims and Sois-
sons region is comparatively inactive, ;
indicating a withdrawal of the guns, .
according to authoritative information
received here today.
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at Vieray, south of Soissons, taking the
town by storm.
All fighting was through wheat fields
with packs thrown aside, the men going
to it iu old style bayonet charges. At
one placo the Americans charged a hill
repeatedly without success. They kept
right at ir, aud finally swept over the
bodies' positions, despite a murderous
rifle and machine gun fire.
As they swept down upon one group,
all the boehes yelled, "kamerad."
A Gorman-American among the dough
boys advanced to take charge of the
prisoiws and found that one of them
was his brother.
The advance was so rapid that head
quarters in two automobiles moved from
place to place telling the couriers where
tho new location would be each time.
A staff officer was in a farm yard not
far from tho advance line when a bo
din airplane caino over. Tho officer
dodged under an ammunition pile to es
cape tho airman's machine gun fire. The
airpianc continued to circle above him
and he wroto out orders for the net ad
vanco whilo still under the ammuniton
The iufantry in this unit brought
down two airplanes with rifles when a
flock of bodies came over and tried to
strafe them. Returning from a part of
the line occupied by these fighters I taw
their fifty-one captured Gorman guns In
a village. All bore feminine names, such
as Hedwig, Anna, Dora, Margot and
Many times when you feel like talk
ing right out. you would probably be
better off if you just nhnlo.
re vaporizing points. la Red Crown
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Look for the Red Crown sign.
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
10 COAST RESORT
Salem Man Makes Great
Catch at Newport Dur
ing Last Week. .
(By Ethel Tooze)
Cottages and hotels in Newport have
been filled to overflowing this week
due to the excessive heat which con
tinues in valley points and the glori
ous weather which this beach offers
now. Clear, isunny, cool days prevail,
just the sort of days that tempt one to
tako. an Indian blanket down to the
beach and take a snooze, on the warm
sand. The rough winds which are usual
lv exfleriftnx'Pil h thin t.ma ni
iliave entirely disainrjeared.
hikes along the short among the most
ploasura'bl occupations of. the resort
ers. Each day now the surf is a Mecca
for bathers, in fact, not for many years
nun. warning oeen so popular with
visitors. Great crowds of women, men
and children, laughing, shiverins. dailv
take part iu those exhilirating salt sea
The chief, social event of the past
week was the military dance on Wed
nesday evening, given by the officers
of tho Yaquiua Bay. This is the first
function of this kind given here this
season and it was a-rather impressive
oaii, graceu as it was by gold and sil
ver barred men, with an occasional
ISoid leal. Delicious refreshments were
served, and the party disbanded at a
I if vim (T Tlin n.tfiara ..1o ,.., :..:
v-nvm p.tn uuvii giving
these dances Wednesday of each week.
Fishing on the bay has been one of
tne most popular occupations of Visit'
ors this last week. Kocky Mason of Al
bany, and William McGilchrist of Sa
lem, went out the last of tho week and
in a few hours drew in about 150 fish
each, torn cod, perch, flounders and
;Sinular specio of tho salt water. These
"a" bio rauRin wnn a nne cast iroin
tuo end or. tno Boat and at this season
of the year, when the fish are very
plentiful, lean be pulled in about as
tast as one can cast out line. Several
parties have visited the Siletz during
the week and havo brought back tales
of extraordinary catches of salmon
trout. One must perforce take these
stories with the traditional grain of
salt, but somo of them are substanti
ated with life like pictures of regular
fish, so wo cannot be too skeptical in
the race of such evidence,
Among the most delightful affairs
given recently, was a dinner party at
the Damon for Miss Louise Adams of
Silverton, on Sunday. Those present
were, tho Misses Myrtle Smith, Agnes
McMurray and Svlvie Gvin of Port
land, Misses Merle Hamilton and
Ethel Tooao of Rosoburg, Miss Margret
Spanglor of Eugene, and Robert Mc
Murray of Portland.
Miss Esther Campbell of Jennings
Lodgo is among the Marion county
guests at this resort and is registered
at the. Damon.
Tho Misses Sadie Richards and Lc
tha Bitney of Woodburn, are encottag
ed at Tent city for a two weeks stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin of Falls
City, are at Pavnes Rest for the mouth
The Misses JNettie and Maine uuoson
of Salem aro enjoying an outing en
camped at Cherry City.
Mrs. Kathryn E. Lay of Woodburn
is among the recent registrations at
the Now Cliff House.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Schimmson of
Salem are enjoying a stay at Nye
beach at the Saunders.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Marvin and fam
ily of Salem, are among the latest cot
tagers to arrive at Sea Crest. Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin will remain for a month.
Mr. and Mi. F. R. Clark of Turner,
arrived at Whittens the last of the
week to pass the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis and fam
ily of Salem, are located at Cherry
City for an indefinite visit.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Homeyer and the
Misses Mayme and Clara Homcyer of
Salem, are among the latest visitors
at tho McAllister.
The Misses Frieda Spitzbart and
Helen Deckebach of Salem are number
ed among the latest cottagers at Cher
E. Scott of Woodburn arrived the
first of the week for a few days visit
at the seashore.
Mrs. Laura Blair and Mizpah Blair
of Salem, came in recently and are at
Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Hunter and
daughter, Maysel, of Salem are at Red
fern for a two weeks stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Springer of
Corvallis, are at the Damon for-a ten
days outing. Mr. Springer is the edit
or" of the Gazette Times published in
Muriel Me'Kinlay of Salem, is regis
tered at, the Damon this week.
Mrs. Phil Begin of Dallas, is listed
among the latest cottagers to arrive at
The May-win cottage has been open
ed during the week by Mr, and Mrs
Harry Dutton of Stlem, for a fortnight
Mrs. Edward Rostcin and family and
Miai Harry Wiedmor of Salem, arrived
recently and are occupying an attract
ive cottage at Sea Crest.
Mrs. S. R. Tandy and daughter, Mar
tha, are encottaged at Nye beach for
an indefinite visit.
Mrs, E. H. Randall and daughter
Helen, of Clem, are among the latest
enmers to arrive at Whittens.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthy of Sa
lem, are enjoying their outing at the
Cherry City camp.
J. M. Burns of Turner, came in re
cently for a few days visit at the
Charles James of Salem, is numbered
among the latest registrations at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Miller of Snlem
arrived Friday for a short stay at this
Mr. aud Mrs. L. S. Sheldon and fam
ily of Salem, are among the week end
arrivals at Red Fern.
Mrs- John M. Hertz of Portland, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCar
thy at Cherry City this week. Mrs.
Hertz was formerly Miss Lillian Ber
nardi, a Salem girl.
Mr. and Mrs. S. McElmca of Salem,
arrived last week end for an indefinite
stay at Newport.
Mrs- A, L. Johnson1 and attractive
daughters, Margaret, Ruth and Thel
ma, arrived at Rodfern Monday for a
months stay -at this resort.
Mrs. We'nderoth of Slem, is visit
ing her son, Harry Wemdcrcith, at Cher
ry City this week.
Mrs. Joe Adolph and family of Bn
lcm, have opened a cottago at Sea Crest
during the week .and Will remain here
for the balance of the month.
Mrs. E. I. Byrnin and daughter,
Frances, of Jefferson aro among the
latest cottagers to arrive at Nyo beach
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reetz of Snlem
were over Sunday visitors at the Whit-
ten eamr ground.
D. M. Smith of Dallas, came in last
week end for a short stay at Newport,
W. A. Moore of Salem, was a recent
guest, of tho New Cliff House at ye
Mr. and Mrs. William McGilchrist
of Salem, have opened a cottage at
Nye beach for a prolonged stay fft the
Trained Nurse Advises
"I was a great sufferer of stomflch
and liver trouble and cannot say
enough in praise of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy. It hns done so much for me
and I am recommending it to other
sufferers. I was a trained nurse in ma
rine and otheT hospitals, years ago,
therefore many eome tto mo for advice.
I certainly received great benefit from
Mayr's Wonderful Renrftdy." It is a
simple, harmless .preparation that re
moves tho catarrhal mucus from tho
intestinal tract and allays the inflam-
mntinn wlil.cli fnilCQ UrniC.ticall V all
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments
including appendicitis. One dose will
convince or money refunded.
Wood For Girls
.... By Miss Gladys Mclntyre.
(Written for the United Press.)
With the American Troops at the
Front June 22. (By Mail.) One bright
morning a few days ago just after we
had awakened and bctoro we had be
gun our work in the kitchcn wo heard
some one chopping wood, just back or
the canteen. Wo were pleased, for we
needed wood chopped, and it is always
nicer to havo somo doughboy volunteer
to do it than to have to ask.
I told my sister it must bo tho home
sick doughboy who had said tho day .c
fore that chopping wood for us took
him back to homo and his mother. He
said he felt better after chopping some
wood. After a while we left our billet
and went around to the kitchen. Who
do you suppose was chopping tho wood!
It was not tho homesick doughboy, r
any other doughboy, but the colonel of
the regiment himself. We were too sur
prised to sec him swinging the axo to
know what to say, and almost forgot
to thank him. He said he liked his i!W
job, and accepted our invitation to have
breakfast witn us. But the doughboys
all say he is encroaching on their rights
when he chops wood for us.
The Homesicic ooicuer.
The homesick doughboy was an inter
esting problem to us. He had received no
mail for four months from home, and
read in a paper one of his pals had re
ceived of the death of his sister, nis
father is not living either, and the poor
boy could hardly keep from crying.
Of eourse we wanted to do something
for him, but it is hard to help everyone
like that, when you don't know them.
We don't dare to show too much atten
tion to anyone, no matter how much he
needs it, because it wouldn't be fair to
the others. Be we just put the homesick
doughboy to work. He did everything
we suggested, cuj wood, fid benches,
TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1918,
fried doughnuts, and by the end of the
day he was whistling and singing.
Work seems to be the best thing we
can give them when they ara homerick.
From time to time we have had boys
near our canteens who were moro help
than the ordinary crowd. They usu
ally woks more faithful than othors, and
got to be our favorite workers though
we always tried to stick to our rule and
never be partial.
But we can't let the bovs make pies
or doughnuts. They never would lnarn
to do it right, though some of them cnn
be trusted with dipping doughnuts or
putting the pies in tho oven, and remov
ing them, if we toll them when they ar.c
done. We divide the work among us. I
always mix the doughnut dough and
make the pies and my sister managed
the financial end of tlue canteen. That
arrangement gives us both the work we
We've just renowed tho pie bWness,
but not pcrmnivntlv, we fear. W o had
no oven jn this littlo village we are now
in, and couldn't bake pies for a long
time. But the boys' mouths watered for
pies, and finally a lieutenant fonnft -i
old French stove in some ruins. W.5 had
to half bury it to strengthen if enough
for use, but it works well enough to give
the boys a taste of pie every wcok or so.
Pio day always means a riot, so many
of the bovs want a slice.
Highly antiseptic i,
Used as a curativejj
ancnt for all external
skin troubles. Conceals
and reduces unnatural
color. Ideal for correcting
.knJ 70r. for Trial SM
FERO.T. HOPKINS & SON, New Yoik jjjl
Formerly. Tourist Inn
Major and Minor Operations
Massage and Hydro
therapy Write For Rates
C. E. WAIT
Agate Cutter and Manufactur
Open the year round.
Nye Beach, Newport
Drugs, Stationery, Paints, Wall Paper,
Kodaks, Ice Cream
White House Restaurant
To right of Boat Landing
Good Eats, Good Beds at Good Prices,
and Eea View.
Sanitary Meat Market
Fresh Meats, fish, Oysters,
Gams, Crabs, Butter, Eggs
Tront Street, Newport, Oregon
!? t ill
i Situated on 2'4 acres 2
with' Nye Creek running through place.
and Sea Food a
. Under Chicago
WHILE YOU ARE ON YOUR VACATION, BUY
CHERRY CITY BAKING
FROM THE FOLLOWING DEALERS
Geo. H. Wilcox Nye Beach, Oregon.
L. C. Smith, Newport, Oregon.
Newport Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Newport, Ore.
R. S. Van Cleve, Toledo, Oregon.
E. R. Saxton & Co. Yaquina, Oregon.
Morris & Hallmark, Waldport, Oregon.
Your. Summer Outing j
For health resort and mountain outings: Brcitcnbush Hot Springs,
Mt. Jefferson, Marion and Pamclia Lakes.
Wo have now established a daily pack train and saddlo horses. Also
have a mountain outfitting and general merchandise stcre, at Detroit,
Oregon. . i
For furthor information, Eoy Newport, S. P. Lunch Counter, Albany,
Oregon; or Detroit, Oregon.
DeVaney Bros., Lapidaries
Hot Sea Baths Bldg., opp. Cliff Houso
Procious and Semi-Precious Stones Cut
All work guaranteed
Mail Orders a Specialty
Dr. R.P.Bradford and Wife
Chiropractic Nerve Specialists
Office! Minthorn, Bath Ilouce.
Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Newport, Ore.
Fox Standard and Goldwyn
One block west of Postofficc
, Newport, Oregon
blocks from Nye Beach,
NICOLAI HOTEL "
Nye Beach, Overlooking the Ocean
Under Management of
Mrs. Katherine George
Formerly Manager of Agate Beach Inn
J REDFERN COTTAGES
Two rooms each; completely
furnished: electric, lirhta nnrl 9k
! 3k vcntiyr. Itv weplr nr trmnth. Mv. ilf
Beach at Newport, Oregon.
P. O. Box 323.
n, L inVltJ
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