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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON Monday, September 9, 1918.
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BRITISH DRIVE AGAINST
' Continued from page one)
On the northern end of the act'ivo
lttk lino, hafing taken Havrincourt
-wood, the British are entering the old
Cambrai battlefield, where General
Byng made his smash for that city last
German artillery tips, heavier than
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at any timo within recent weeks, is re
ported from the line west of Eheinis. I
(This takes in tho Amorican front j
norm of wa vesie.j
The London Times learned that since
July 18, when the counter offensive
started, the allies have captured 150,
000 prisonors. Tha Rotterdam correspond
ent of th0 Telegraph in dispatches to
day estimates that 70,000 Germans had
Bring Down Enemy Planes
London, Sept. B. Eight ciremy air
planes and one captive balloon were de
stroyed by British airmen on September
7, the British uviatiou communique re
"Clouds and rainstorms limited work
in the air on September 7, but a great
deal of aerial observation was carried
out as well as reconnaissances and con
stant patrols," the communique said.
"Eight hostile machines and ora bal
loon wer0 destroyed by our airmen.
Three of our machines are missing. Thir.
teen tons of bombs were dropped by s
during tiro 24 hours. Our night bombing
machines all returned salofly."
Artillery Is Active
London, Sept. 9. Artillery fighting
on the Arras-Cambrai road and at sev
oral 'other places on the front was re
ported today by Field Marshal Haig.
- "A hostilo raiding party was success
fully repulsed last night north of Ar
loux (between Cambrai and Douai.) "
the statement said.
"With thP exception of artillery ac
tivity in different localities, being mu
tual particularly in the neighborhood of
the Arras-Cambrai road and in the La
Bassep canal and Ypres sectors, thcrs
is nothing further to icport."
Little to Report
Washington, Sept. 9. "Aside from
patrol encounters and heavy artillery
fighting south of the Aisne (Sunday)
there is nothing to report," said Gen
eral Pershing's communique today.
Just you take thia tip for one who
was 18, 19 and 20 himself once upon a
time: The young man now 18, 19 or 20
doesn 't K't any man of anv age think
himself a better man than he is, nor b
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State House Notes
State Highway Commission Nunn re
ceived a telegram Saturday from Penny-
baker, secretary of the t nited States
Highways council, stating that highway
work in this state may continue if no
difficulty is experienced in securing ma
terials, but in the meantime to file ap
plications with the highways council.
This will mean that there will be no
cessation in the road work now under
way, all of which would have been step,
ped September 10th unless the special
permit had been received. Tho United
Sattes Highways council recently pass
ed and order that no more road work
can be done without authority of that
council. This order became effective on
Walter B. Jones, of Eug-ene, will be an
independent candidate for state senator
from Lane county, as Saturday he filed
lus petition of nomination as an inde
pendent candidate with the secretary of
state. He was a candidate tor the re'
publican nomination for state senator
in the May primary election and was de
feated by O. II. Foster. He was a mem
ber of the lower house at the last legis
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From Over There
General Pershing's Official Report
The following casualties are reported i
erican expeditionary forces:
Killed in action 23 i
Missing in action fi
Wounded severely 79 ,
Died of disease 1 1
Wounded, degree undetermined 1-2
Died of wounds 3
Killed in Action
Lt. Benjamin I Blankenship, Thorn-
wood, W. Va-
Sgt. John Hilger, Granville, Iowa
Corporals Thomas F. Cook. Reading.
Ta; Carl Frederick Payson, Monroe,
Mich. - !
Privates Frank A. Badsteubner, Kock
ville. Conn; Carl J. Bonz, Dubuque, la;
James W. Brewer, Greeley, Neb; Ed
ward Harold Eckberg, Sweden; Harry
J. Farren, Springfield, Mass; Olen
Fletcher, Cardwell, Mo; Francis B.
Ferguson, Ousted, Mich; Georgo M
Lang, llkinsburg. Fa; John Massie,
Button, Mont; Sam Melnichuk, Chica
go; Louis B. Orr, Great Falls, Mont;
Louis eerier, Benton Harbor, Alien;
Ralph Wilkins, Idaho Springs, Colo;
Clyff A. Bryant, Oshkosh, Wis; Louis
Cohen, New York; Henry Bertel Ilen-
drikson, Verdale, Mmn; John A. Mey
er, Warren, Mich; Wiliam H. Neustel,
Robinson, N. D; Benjamin F. Owens
Died of Wounds
Privates James S. Helton, Taylors
ville, Ky; Thomas Henry Miller, Fisk,
Died of Disease
Privato George Himkcr, T'pland,
Killed in action 27
Missing in action 73
Wounded severely 01
Died of wounds 5
Wounded, degree undetermined 132
Died of disease 0
Hilled in Action
Sergeants Elmer Jov Bischoff, Oak
park, 111; Alvin W. Dean, Pittsfield,
111; George Girard, Southbridge, Mass;
Corporals Floyd E. Miller, Greens-
Bugler Victor 11. Jonuson, .Leaven
Mechanic Harve Akes, Millspring,
Jerry Bowers, Ruleville, Miss.
Privates' C. E. Aiideisin. Gonvick,
Minn; James J. Argiroplos, Keyser, W.
Va; George R. Ayors, Cedeiburg, Wis;
Lonnio G. Blackard, Pottscamp, Miss;
I,nui A. Bnuvea.. McDougnl. Ark;
John E. Cacy, Itasca, Tex; James Cnta-
lano, Chicago; Charlie is, moments, ia
Hiolio V- Hjilnli Cnnnnla. Noxbridce,
Mass; Maurice H. -Dixon, Lansing,
Mich; Harvey W. Jiodiis, Hurnet, lex;
tni- Woatnr T)riurliiirt.v. Kansas
City, Kan; Christopher Gerve, Nashua,
N. H; Alex Rudolph Jaekola, Dodge-
ville, Mich; Alex A. jacooson, vvime
Im'll. Wis; Mack M. Jonkins. Canton,
Pa; Frank Tony Schocnrrock. Romulus,
Mich; Joseph is. Hmitn, ot. jjouis, iuu;
Paul L. Smaler, Chicago; Walter E
Thomas, Oakpark, 111.
Died of wounaa
Prlvnten Frftneia F. Barber. Lavtons-
villc, Md; Ernest Dehaven, Boise, Ida
iin. Pntoi. P KimIb. Wilknsbarro. Pa:
William T. McGraw, Los Angeles, Cal;
Edinond I'. Maes, Lawrence, Mass;
mea 01 Disease
Corp- Henry Hall, Mooresvillo, Ind.
Wag. John B. Thomas, Adel, Ga.
Privates Sflildie Harrie. Vicksburg,
Miss; Thomas H. Marsh, Bellingham,
Wooli- 'Rnrl Mnrtin. IjOWndesvillO. S. Ci
Paul Alexander Poquottc, Grcenbay,
Killed in action .'. - 17
Missing in action 7.2
Wounded severely - 44
Wounded, degreo undetermined.... 130
Died of woundB : I8
Killed in Action
Lieutenants Harrison A. Dickson,
Springfield, 111; Vincent S. Manning
Jersey City, N. J-
Corporals Martin J. Kiah, Bay City,
Mich; Abraham Zippcn, New York. .
Privates Charles Cottingnam, sionc
wall. Okla: Eddie C. Lund, Siren, Wis;
Joseph Majewski, Chicago; Sterling M.
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Peek, iiorev, xex; jiun-um o. isin,
Lockport, N. Y; Charles T. Sampson,
Russell, Pa; Carl J. Smith, Washburn,
Wis; Lee Trammell Guaduluptia, N. M;
John Ayler, Seminole, Okla; Harry
Broshanso, Russia, H. P. Caton, St. Jo
seph, Mo; Emit E. Mitchell Walter,
Okla; Henry F. Peterson, Arlington,
Died of Wounds
Sergeants Frank E. Andrea, Bores
ford, S. D; Clifford W. Cahill, Hart
Corporals Victor Hubert Hundley,
Berkeley, Cal; Bernard Henry Huels
man, Covington, Ky.
Privates William J. Birmele, New
ark, N. J; Arthur C. Christofferson,
Milwaukee, Wis; William J. Cooney,
Cherry Valley, Mass; Thomas E. Dun
can, Portland, Or; Elmer A. Fcldman,
Quincy, Wis. Joe Fuller, Arlington,
Colo; John jr. leiiiiian, jtocKaway, n.
Mech. Donald John McDonald, She
Privates Dennie Ball, Kansas City,
Mo: Otto F. Bocse, Kalispel, Mont;
Clarence D. Brown, Clinton, N. Y; An-
gelo Campanello, Newark, X. J; Ed
ward Fitzgerald, Oakland, Cal; Gabriel
P. Homsley, Fairfield, X. D; John Ka-
niewski, Chicago; Richard Kreuger,
Milton Junction, Wis; Bias Levandow
sky, Warsaw, Wis; (.'barley W. Malone
Sallis, Miss; John Roy Miller, JClkton,
Mich; Clayton Lesley Murray, Macki
naw City, Mich; Stephen N. Pappas,
Worcester, Mass; Marion E- Fowler,
Novinger, Mo; Charles E. Schaffer,
Hunt, W. Va; Severing Tingcn, Foss
ton, Minn; John J. Vogelyy, Benkel
man, Neb; George A, Wright, Cassel-
ton, X. D; Oscar Peterson, Popejoy,
la; Rov Pierce, Corning, Ark; Michael
uinn, Brooklyn. X. J; Ernie P. Robin
son, Pioneer, Tcnn; Walter O. Schlat
ter, Ft. Wavue, Ind; William B. Slat-
tcry, Luna, N. Y; Paul M. Spchar, Chas
sell, Mich. Xoureddin E. Steel, Oakland
Cal; Casper StelmacUowski, Milwaukee,
Wis; Joseph Stokes, Brooklyn, K. Y;
Lee Tounsen, Kennett, Mo; Edmund
Tyborczyk, Milwaukee, Wis; Robert
Urban, New York; Frederick P. Vin
son, Gneiss, X. C; Glen G. Wagner,
Richmond, Ind; Morris C. Watson, St.
Louis, Mo; Ulna Whitaker, Cauey
Springs, Tenn; Lawrence Thomas
White, Ann Arbor, Mich. William H.
Whitlock, Bedford, Ind; Percy John
Wicks, Carson City, Mich; Fred Wil
cox, Morley, Mich; Charlie Wright,
Middle Creek, Ky; Nelson Wright, La
porte, Ind; Albert Wutrich, Beloit, Wis
Nicholas 1. Akovieh, Pullman, 111.
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
Summary of casualties to date:
Deaths : 37
Wounded ., 1S9U
In hands of enemy 10
Grand total 3028
Tho following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of tho
American expeditionary forces (includ
ed in abovo totul) :
Killed in action 1
Died of wounds 4
Wounded severely 2
Killed in action, previously reported
missing in action:
Sgt. Ray Anderson. Akron, Ohio.
Died of Wounds
Corporals William H, Bullninn, Fhil
adclhpia; Roy H. Busch, Lowmoor, Va.
Privates William A. Hunter, Ccnter
ville, Mo; Frank Snider, Marquette,
Privato Edward Colberg, Gcrmany
Previously reported missing in action
now reported severely wounded:
Privato William H. Lenz, Gillian, Mo
Previously reported missing in action
now reported on duty:
Pvt. Wilfred Brunelle, Ware, Mass.
Walk Erect At Eighty
Because a man or woman is old does
not mean that they must walk along
bent over and supported with a cane.
A man can be as vigorous and healthy
at eighty as at twenty if he aids tho
organs of tho body in performing their
functions. All diseases whether of, a
malignant or weak character tend to
tear away our vitality. Wo must coun
teract disease in its incipient stage if
vou would Hvo a happy and useful long
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' FOR FLETCHER'S
Dallas Woman Gets
Rich Oregon War Job
On October firt, Mrs. Winnie Brad
en, secretary of tho Dallas Commercial
club, secretary of tho County Fair
association, secretary of tho Polk
County Council of Defense, and Assist
ant food administrator for the county,
will enter a larger field autl has tend
ered her resignation to the local or
ganization, to become effective on that
.Mrs. Brailcn wil go to Portland,
where sho has accepted at a salary of
$300 per month, tho position of direct
or of the department of business econ
omy in connection with tho council of
detense, working under the war indus
tries board. There wag somo hesitancy
ou the part of Mrs. Brailcn in accept
ing this lucrntivo position, her present
relations with tho interests bIio bo ably
represented being most agroeable to
herself and all concerned, but the op
portunity not only offered a larger
field for sorvico at a time when ser
vice is needed but carried with it that
financial betterment, for which more
thau tho average aims, and whilo tire
vacancies will bo difficult to fill her
friends throughout tho country will
bo gratified to learn of her good for
tuno and of tho good fortune of tho or
ganization with which bIio will bo asso
ciated in war work. Dallas Obscrvor.
Will Renovate Armory
Says Colonel Woolpert
Steps are to be taken at once- for the
complete renovation of tho armory, ac
cording to tho announcement of Lt. Col
onel Woolpert, custodian of tl.-o Oregon
Guard and the Oregon National Guard
property in the city.
It has been known for gome timo that
in many ways tho armory was entirely
out of date and not what it should bo
for the purposes of general army work.
The changes that will be appreciated
by the public include that of piucing two
extra exits, in order thut the auditorium
may b cleared in a few minutes. One
of these additional exits will bo in the
rear of the auditorium where, a doublo
door will offer exit into tho alley ad
joining the Marion Hotel.
Other changes will include bringing
up to date the quarters used by tho sol
dier,, and an exit from the rear of thu
4 EEPORT IS DENIED.
To the Editor: O. W. Singe, a far
mvr of tho Waldo Hills, in a previous
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Improved Corn Flakes
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See the new army cleaning
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issue of this paper, took the liberty to
accuse cortuin partios of picking hit
berries. It seems that if this said ar
ticle is 'truo and Mr. Slngel can set
forth witnesses of TRUTH why didn't
ho mention tho names or spvak to them
concerning tho matter But no His un
derhanded incredulous untruth iu the
matter is proof enough. And I wish to
state that the whole article that was
previously published is a falsehood In
regard to curtain parties which can be