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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAFE3
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
NO. 9004
DAILY EAST 0 REG ONI AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1916.
VOL. 28
MI OF
RUSSIA NEXT
GERMAN MOVE
London Believes Mackenzen's
New Offensive Will be
Directed North of Dobrudja
and East of Moldavia.
ODESSA FINAL OBJECTIVE
Seven MbIiW f Roumanla lu Hands
of Teutons rircest Fighting Cen
ters About HiuiHilnil-Surmt, IUU
road Centre.
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PETUOGRAD, Dec. 28. The
withdrawal of the Russians from
Ulmnicul-Sarat is announced.
Tho enemy force was superior.
The statement said the Prus-
stuns and Bavarians pressed be-
hind the enemy at lUmnlcul as
they flowed back and pushed
them beyond Ulmnlcul.
A
LONDON'. Pec 2. An attempt to
Invade Russiun huI! north of Dobrtid
ja and east of Moldavia Is the next
development of Mackenzen's eastern
offensive expected here.
The Hermans loBt heavily In fierce
fighting with the Husso-Roumanlan
opposition. Henceforth there will be
heavier fighting. Military expert!
believe their object Is Odessa. Seven
eight of entire Koumania is In Ger
man hands. The capture of Rlmnicui.
Surat is not expected.
BERLIN, Deo. 28. The capture of
three thousand brings th total Rus
sian prisoners taken in the entice
ment about Rlmnlrul-Surat to ten
thousand, two hundred and twenty Is
reported to the war office today, with
twenty two machine guns.
The press bureau said the opinion
Is the German answer to President
Wilson was thHl It warmly appreci
ates the president's Intentions and per.
haps adds practical suggestions fur
the conclusion of ppace.
PARIS. Dec. 28. Month of the
Avre a Orrmnn raiding party was dis
persed. In the reitlon of Beauvralg
nes the French exploded mines over
German positions. The crater of one
of these, was a hundred and forty
yards lung and forty yards wide, (ii r
mnn attacks on the eastern slopes f
hill three hundred and four were
checked.
3 INCHES OF
FEU LAST
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Heavy Illankct Now on . round nn.l
Heavier Kail Reported OuMdc ( ll;
No Blockade As Yet.
Three inches of snow has been
plied on top of the two inch blanket
already on the ground since last nigh'..
Though the weather gave promise of
being much colder last night it begun
moderating after the mercury' had
dropped down to 13 above and dur
ing the night there wag quite a heavy
now etorm. All during the day fine
flakes have been falling with more
or less regularity.
Outside of Pendleton the snow Is re.
ported considerably deeper but no se
rious blockade of traffic has been re.
ported In this county. Automoblllni!
on the highways is very much hinder.
d but the local trains are running on
schedule time.
There have been no trains from tho
east today except a stub from Salt
Lake which reached here at 7 this
morning Heavy storms In Wyoming
have tied up the Union Pacific sys
tem and no trains are expected
through from the cost until tomorrow
morning.
A heavy snow Is reported west n
far as Portland hut 1 not Impeding
traffic much.
ARRFST EVERY SEVEN
CIUOAOO. Dec. 28. When the
successor to Chief Healy takes his of
fice New Years he faces the problem
of combatting crime probably un
equalled In any city. Figures of Sec
ittury Kilbride of tho board of pur
dons show a hold up every six hours,
a murder every other day, two sui
cides dnlly and an arrest every seven
minutes.
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allied anis in the matter of distri- leaving liuckiniiham Palace, after be
bution of decorations for heroism. I inf '"'-orated by King George for he.
, . . rolBm In battle. The captain was sc.
fouraKeu. a.lom by a Hindu or Af -1 PiolUfly lnJllrpd, Aftpr J," "h
rlcnn receives the same recognition iHjPiial in London he was summoned hy
ii y an r.ngiuininan or a rinmaii
This Is a picture f Captain Abkar, an
HIT LASSEN IS
AGAIN ERUPTING
WOODING. 1 2S. A double
eruption of Mount Losncii was
lroimln at sunrise this morn
ing. WALL STREET LEAK
NETTED 60.000,000
'Hits Week's Profits will Probably Ro
! In Neighborhood or a Million, Say?
I Thomas Iiwson.
I WASHINGTON, Dec. 28 Over
sixty millions were made In Wall
meet by tho.-e who had advance in-
formation on the peace note, Hoard
ing to a telegram to Wood from
Thomas I.nwson.
He said he was unable to get in
l"Uch with Lnwson. He take It for
granted that at the proper time Law
son win Rive a full statement.
ion telegraphed to Wood as follows: j
"Take a tip from one who played the
'.Vashlngton-Wall street game before
you were- old enough to distinguish
between the exchange and cons-res-sionnl
hall and spend less time on last
week s leak and more on this week's.
U Is liable to inundate Washinston
ond Wall street. It may run to bil
lions and lust week's was only sixty
millions.
There is shifting of bank accounts
similar to those In the sugar investl
ratlon day.
Wood Jd reflection was cast cn
th entlrs state, congress and admin-
Jet ration.
OFFICER FOR BRAVERY
ira King, tine of his eves
bandaged.
still
TONIGHTS GAME IS
DECISIVE CONTEST
If P. II. S. Wins front Waitshiirg i
Will He in Iine for Itaskotball
'Championship of Eastern Oregon
mid Southcatern Washington.
The Waitsburg and Pendleton bovs
basketball teams will clash tonight in
the first boys' game seen here this
season. Waitsburg Is one of the
toughest teams that Pendleton will
meet and the game will undoubtedly
be a good one. This game is the
first of two games to be played by
the two teams this year and much
will depend upon tonight's contest, if
Pendleton wins, It will be in line for
a championship In both eastern Ore
gon and southeastern Washington If
she loses, the eastern Oregon chances
are not dampened materially.
The Pendleton lineup tonight w'll
be: Forwards. Hitey and Casey:
Ouards. Hnrgett and I'lrlch; center
Fit Clerald.
Subs Oretillch, Hays, Carr, Wood
worth and Roylcn.
There will be no preliminary to the
mnln conto't tonight. The game will
start nt 8 o'clock.
Immediately after the game a hlsh
school dance will be held in honor of
the Waitsburg team. This is the sec
end of a series of dances to be given
by tho high school, the former having
been a decided success.
WILSON IS 60 TODAY
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28.
President Wilson Is sixty years
old today. He looks ten years
younger. According to Grayson,
his private physician, he was
never In better health.
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HKAVV ORDtllS I ROM MIDIH I
wi at ikii i:ti: st k or
GltlvYT COAL PROIH C'
INU STATi:.
DKNVKR, Dec. 28 IX-.-p te the
fuel tills k one of the liettvie-a product-re
of coal tn the union, It will
soon feet the pinch of famine. Ue-
aiise of FMropenn demandy the east,
erti mines left tlie middle west state''
unstilrtled, and heavy orders from the
central states are isiiiHng In for the
flr-l time tn history.. Colorado Is
nlilping as Car as Iowa, which Is
greatly dcplet'iut the slis k
DAILY FOOD RIOTS IN
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY
lr-1at-ln Tell of (irrat Sufferins and
Hundreds of Suicides During Mouth
of December.
LONDON, Dec. 28. -There wero
daily food demonstrations in the chief
cities of Austria Hungary, great mis
ery and hundreds of suicides In De
cember reported in the Exchangj
Telegraph dispatches to Geneva.
RUNAWAY TEAM DASH
INTO JOVl TRAIN
Hoi-wes Are Cut Hut Not Itadly In
jured; Three Xvuant8 of Sleigh
Spilled Out Before CoWsUmi.
Running at breakneck speed on
south Main and dragging a broken
sleigh, a runaway team belonging to
the Telephone Livery Stable last night
dashed headlong Into a moving freight
train which was blocking their path.
One of the horses received a bad cut
In the head i-w profusely but
neither was seriously injured. The
impact threw them back on their
haunches but they Boon recovered and
started running again but were caught
by Ralph Grandin who with others
was coasting down the Main street
hill. The team had been hired by
three young men. Mark Patton. Jr.,
Arthur Greenwald and Felix Rouma
goux. They were driving east on
Bluff street when the seat suddenly
cracked and broke. The sound fright
ened the horses and they plunged for
ward so suddenly that the three oc
cupants were thrown out the back
end. The horses then ran away, turn
ing on Main and continuing until
the ir career was stopped bv the train.
The sleigh was badly broken up.
ALEN HUEY IS NAMED
BASKETBALL CAPTAIN
INmular High School Student Wins
Honor by His Excellent Work anl
Natural Ability.
The high school basketball team
ye'terday afternoon met and elected
Olen Huey, the hard playing forward,
as Captain. This is Huey's first year
on the team but he has already de
veloped into a star and won the cap
taincy through his popularity among
the members of the team. He is a
natural leader and should have suc
cess throughout the 1916-17 season.
DR. W.B.HINSONTO
CONDUCT A SERIES
OF MEETINGS HERE
Itaptist church Has Secured Proml.
nent IMilpit Orator) for services ijo.
gtnnlng January 7.
Dr. W B. Hinson of Portland, on.?
of the leading pulpit orators of the
country, has been secured by the Bap
tist church of Pendleton to conduct
a series of special meetings here be
ginning on Sunday, January 7.
Dr. Hinson has a rating as one of
the leading preachers of America and
the local church feels highly gratified
In securing him for the revivals. He 1
preaches the gospel In a forceful and
entertaining way and once he is heard
seldom does any of his hearers fail to
come back for the entire series
ROUND ROBIN SIGNERS
NOT REDUCED TO RANKS
Only lclpllno Asin-t Robert Tixn
Who rVnlatrd Vnjn.tifk-il Protect
Agflliot Conditions on the Border.
FJ. PASO, Dec. tS. General Fell,
following the renewal of the Investi
gation of the round robin protest of
the Ohio National Guards has an
nounced that the non-commissioneC
officers signing It were not reduced
to the ranks. The only discipline was
against Robert Dixon of Akron for
circulating the unjustified protest. Th
non-coms of the eighth claimed they
though they were eign'ng a statement
denying the Ohio newspaper artkle.
COLORADO
AN
FILIBUSTERING PARTIES
CROSS INTO MEXICO;
CARRANZIST AS ATTACK
Entrance is Made Near Laredo; Groups, Composed of Mexi
cans Living in U. S. With One American are Well Mounted
With Many Rounds of Ammunition; Running Fight Staged
20 Miles Inland in Which 6 Were Wounded and One
Soldier Killed.
LAREDO, Dec. 23. Two filibuster
ing partial crossed the border into
Mexico near here Tuesday It became
known today. One party had a run
ning fight with Carranzlstas at the
Bvo Laredo garrison. Six fillbuster
era were wounded and one soldier.
One was an American and the rest
Mexicans living In the United States
One party numbered eighty and
crossed the Rio Grande twenty
miles below Laredo. The other, forty
In number, crossed twelve miles above
the olty. They are well mounted
with supplies of ammunition. Two
detachments of Carranzistaa of two
hundred each pursued them. Small
er groups were encountered twenty
miles inland. Unfounded reports
say Carranzlstas were killed in a run
ning fight with bandits six miles in
land last night.
GERMANY'S REPLY HAS
WASHINGTON. Dec. 28. The Ger
man reply was received today. It to
said to be identical in essentials with
the presj version.
Secretary Lansing provided that
copies of the note be sent Wilson. He
had purposely avoided study of the
rote as contained In press reports
so as to keep his mind cler that the
points made by Germany would not
be confused with possible mlstate
ments of the press.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. Austria's
reply, which is similar to Germany's
reached the state department this
afternoon.
A man must be in business with an
other man or married to a woman In
order to discover that he doesn't
know them.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2S There is
growing belief here that Carranza has
not signed the protocol but instead
will submit counter proposals. The
belief even grew in official circles
where it was thought at first Carran
za would SiKn the protocol.
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EL PASO, Dec. 2S. Every energy
of the Carranzistas is directed toward
rushing troops to Saltlllo and Mon
terey to head off the Villa advance in
these cities toward Tampico accord
ing to reports reaching the United
States authorities here. General Hill,
commander In the district of Mexico
City, is preparing to start north with
, troop trains to take charge of the
campaign.
t In the meantime Carranza garrisons
! in the states of Durango and Coahul
:1a are revolting and declare them
selves Villistas. They are starting out
in outlawry.
Federalists have authentic Informa
tion that a revolutionary band of five
hundred under command of Colonel
Tarnez, a former Carranzista, Is hov
ering sixty miles south of the bor
der. They call themselves the bri
gade of death.
RAILROADERS SECRET
MEETING IS FAILURE
Conference Between Brotlierhoods and
Managers Breaks Up Abruptly Willi
Signs of Disagreement.
. NEW YORK, Dec, 48. The Broth
erhoods held a secret meeting with
the conference committee of the rail
reads but it broke up abruptly. There
was evidence of a disagreement.
n. Both sides refused to discuss what
transpired. Th railroads are giving
the impression the Brotherhoods ask
ed something they could not grant
Stone and Carter plan to leave for
home immediately.
MAJOR CLAYTOX DIES.
SAX ANTONIO. Dec. 27. Major
Clayton of the sixteenth savalry died
at Fort Sam Houston' from injuries
received in a fall from a horse. He
was a son of General Powell Clayton,
the confederate leader.
MAY SUBMIT
UNI
Men close in touch with the situa-' in the next fortnight and will be re
tion believe Carranza seeks another placed by Cabrera. He feels that self
peace conference. This is expected to
be submitted h Cabrers. chairman of '
the commission, when he sees Lane :
today. It developed that Arredondo. '
ambassador designate, will leave with-'
Despite the efforts of the British
government to detain her at home.
Mrs. F. Sheehy Skeifinston. widow oj
the Iruh editor, shot April ; for his
part in the Dublin revolt, made her
way with her seven year old son
Owen, to the United States. She says
she has come to the United States to
help Ireland and she is certain Ger-
will win the great war.
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ALLIES lit
FAILS TO GIVE
PEACE TERMS
Recital is Made of Principals
for Which They Are Fight
ing But no Specific Stipula
tions for Ending War.
DISPATCH IS I
in
in tit 1 1'
Absolute Rejection Made mt Any Ces
sation Based on German-Made
liana; Will Not Give Consent ta
the CoBference Urged by Teutons.
LONUOX, Dec 2S. The dispatch
of the allies reply is Imminent. The
phraseology is Identical, with the note
to the entente nations.
From authentic sources the United
Press learns the allied note will con
tain the rejection of peace as based
on German-made plans.
There is a vigorously worded sum
mary of the principles for which the
allied contend they are fighting for.
To remove the menace of militarism
and might over right, the rule of
force over international law. It will
probably make clear their alms by a
recital of the crimes which they pro
pose to hold Germany responsible for.
It does not state specifically the
terms on which the allies will consent
to talk peace. They will not consent
t) the peace conference urged by
Germany. At the same time a note
will be sent answering Wilson's sug
gestion and emphasizing the Import
ance to America of the establishment
of a peace of such permanence as to
prevent the recurrence of war.
CLUB BIDS HIGHER '
IN PORTLAND MART
CHICAGO, Dec Jg. (Special te
the East Oregonlan. ) Range of pri
ces today:
Open. High. Low. Close.
Dec 11.64 1.(5 1.(3 Lt$
May 11.72 1.7S .1.71 I.7J
Portland.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 28 (Spec
ial) Club, U.42; bluestem. tl.62.
. rnmeni is not fully recognized by
-. it! administration. It
... r-f.p) o.nsul General Den
n. of 'j-. '"-incisco will be Arre
successor. HERMISTON CREAMERY
HAS NOT BEEN SOLD
Owiht ix-iirCK story from Stanflel.l
Tilling of Pun-ha.se by Itehll; Buki-
ne to Be CnUnuMl As in the Pa-t.
In a phone statement to the Ea.-t
Oregonian this morning S. R. Oldakcr
of HermLton indignantly denlnl a
story from Stanfield to the effect thi
Hermiston creamery had been pui
chased by a Mr. Dahll of Stanflebl.
Mr. Oldaker is owner of the Hermis
ton creamery and he says that whllo
he was aprnached on the subject he
refused to listen to any offer to sell
the Hermiston plant. The busiiov.
will be continued as in the pa.t. ac
cording to Mr Oldaker.
STKAMF.R SINKS; ALL SAVKD.
OALVKSTON. Dec :'S.- The Brit
ish steamer Istrar th- P:it"s lln
was submarined off th Mediterranean
African coast according to let'er tn
a relative from an officer of the vs.
sol. All were ynvd.
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FIFTH GERMAN PLANE
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I'AKIH. Dee. 2 -
Krutices pi-.-nilnr avl.it
brought ,,,n hii i"(i'v fifth
Oerman plane toil iv tht- ufflcliil
statement ussertd. It d' tallid
conMl,(riiM ri-rial activttv on
the westi'rn fr'iot wl'h biitnblng
expedttiiins in Itomiib u h. I'll-
tiugen. IlrlHV and HaK'Mliiogit,
IVo French dirigibles tinrnlii'd
factories at Neunk ir-h n 4)
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