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DAILY EVENING EDITION
DAILY EVENING EDITION
MKATHKIt f
rthower tonight and FrMwy.
Maximum temperature. 4t: mlnl
mum, 4; rainfall, 29, wind, wee?,
light; weather, cloudy, threatening
TO ADYKKTISKBS,
Th Rut Oregon lan has th largest boo
f Idt- and guaranteed paid circulation of aujr
f atcr In Oregon, eaat of 1'ortlaud and by
ir tb Urgent circulation lo lVndleton of
any newspaper.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
- mm I' 'r f .F
VOL. 29
E
OF
IS
Supplies Will all be Ready at
Cantonment Points in Sept
ember if Present Pace is
Continued.
EVERYTHING OF LATEST TYPE
Jn-Hktrnt personally Interrupted in
llrtactna; VM uanUlit of Ml-
rate pva Chile fur (Vrtlllwr anl
In Making K4oee,
(WKim MI1X.KK.)
WASHINGTON, May tt. The new
army will have an equipment when
the assembling begins at cantonment
points In September, If the present
(met; continues. The supplies com
mittee of the advisory commission of
the national defence council has al
ready wee u red options on large quan -tlilea
of leuther. The prices ar
much lower than the preaent quota
tions and It Is In sufficient quantities
to ursure the new army an adequa'u
aui.ply. ,
The president peraonally la Intereat.
eif In bringing vast qiiantitlea of ni
trate from fhlla for fertiliser, .and
tfte hufin for manufacture of ex-lli.lv-.
The gathering of Bum.
bullets, powder, ahella. clothing and
other supplies la going along Katie
fiit tnrily. Bverythlng the new ar
my pete will ba the latent typea which
I'rovid the most satisfactory In the
I';ejent war.
thrkk itoiuiKits Knjj-nt.
VJUAIOHK. Okla., May .
Tliiw men. auraniMIng to rob a Tn.
kartwa. okla.. hank were killed. No
'III. TV. were faurt.
tliclmav lhoKt-r la Owning.
CHIl'AIKl, May 14. William G.
Kdrnx, president of the National Tark
I. ishwy association, left toniKht for
a shaking tour through the north
et. He will speak before bankers'
huthrrings at 1'oise. Idaho. Lwlaton
end Forsyth. Mont., Marshfleld. Ore.,
mid ppokane.
73
QUIPMENT
NEW
ARMY
BEING
RUSHED
MEN
SIGN THE OATH FOR
ORGANIZATION OF TROOP D
Captain GjexUted Leave for
Portland But Will Return
Tomorrow to Swear in Oth
ers Who Were Delayed.
With the najnea of 73 men. who
h.td taken the oath required of a
member of the Oregon National
i;u;inl I'aptuin Charlea K. ljedfted,
ni-niittntf ol fleer, left on. the mld
inaht twiin fr lortland to reprt in
IMTAon the HUcreHMful orKanixation of
Tr.M.p lf the dreKon jiundron of
t avalry.
He hud ndmitilxteretl the oath to
iliat numlter when the reerultlnn of
tuf waa cloaed laat niaht mul he v-I-eitw
to return tomorrow to awear
in the other who were delayed In Ket
miK m to alun up. ThouKh the peae
tnwtitiir ia but 70. there Ih aure to be
mini' rejectiona for phyaical defl-
i em tea and Captain UJedsted ex
neta to have enouuh a worn In to
mnke a full troop when the doctor
ic't t lirouxh.
OMurmtulatHHM lxtrtdod.
When the tronp waa completed lat
ev.nitiR. Captain OJedated wired tha
n'-wa to Adjuatant General White.
The itdJuiHiit itener.il In turn wired
I u k hi warm crinnriitutiitiona to
I'-mlleton for Jhe ap lend id ahowina;
tnadi in raiaina- a troop of cavalry
:ifter more than 2(t recrulia had been
wnt Mit to other branches of the er-
l'-e.
ptain J Jed p ted whr a happy man
hen he had rt.nipleted hia labor
juid o were thoae who had been
h'-l.tiijr him fill up the ranka Hut
lor ihe t-apiain'n lalth In ivndleton.
which refioed to be killed by dia
uurairemetrt. Mime other city would
probably act Troop Troop U- When
ontv half the troop waa In ahtht ho
r e por t ed t ha t t he t roo p could be
ruined and he did thia becauee he re
lid upon the representation made to
hun by hxral cittaena and teraiiae he
w n. ent hu-latti ily in fn or of a
4i-ih trp re' liornien The
DAILY
FAILURE OF
PEACE MOVE
CONFESSED
Rnssia's Rejection of Teuton
Offers Most Bitter Disap
pointment Declares Social
ist Organ Vorwaerts.
BLAME PUT ON HQLLWEG
(XWKKIUilS 18 DOOMKD.
STOCKHOLM, May 24. The
German peace conference here
la doomed, aay well Informed
sympathetic non-socialist ob
nervera. Instead of a general
meetlnic they predict the con
tinuance of the group meetings
of socialists. The prediction
1h based on the wide divergence
of viewa on peace terma between
the variuuti delegations. 7
AMSTERDAM, May 24. "Huania'
rejection of a separate peace i n
moat bitter disappointment." declar
ed the soealisl organ Vorwaerta. the
firm admission of the failure of Ger
man peace offers.
'The rejection la alt the fault of
Chnnoellor Hollweg,' the Vorwaer'a
declared.
"If he had, like AiiHtria, announce'
that Germany had no Intention f an
nexing an inch of territory, the re
sult would have been different." The
statement l considered highly sig
niflrant because the German censors
parsed the-Vorwaerts.
FIVE CENT DROP
IN WHEAT MARKET
fHICA'iO. May S4 (Special t.i
the Kit Oregontan. i HanKe of
wheat prices today:
Open. High. Low. Clos".
July 12.24 ! 25 !.2I $2 52
Sept $2.00 $2.00 II. f ll.SI'i
Portland.
IDRTWNU. May !4 (Special.)
Club. $2.5$; bluestem. $2 60.
HUcceNful completion of the trop
jutiiies his faith and hia judgment
To Itr n4(H-tod.
i It ia expected that within a few
I day Captain Joyce, the Inspecting
, officer, will come here to formally
'receive Trop 1 into the U. N. U
After that the troop will elect its of-
ficera and iM-ffin driilinpr. The homes.
1 uniforma and other equipment will be
received latr.
I Tlie following ia a Hat of thone who
have alre.'tdy been aworn in:
I IhI IMaitcett, Li:e CHldwell. Jim t.
!ollina. jHinea R. Hamilton. John M.
t Taylor. tMyde 1. tlreenwood, Walter
A. J ill. Walter H. Ooom, Jimmy Tay.
lor. Harold A. Martin. Will H
' Kodaera, William A. Hotts. James k.
: Gnrrlxon. Andrew Z. Allen, Tim. H.
Henneit, tmar it. Hutchlnaon. Ken K.
t'.Tleit. Thoa. p. Sloan. Kddie F lJn
jnliiK. Frank Cable, t'harlea R How-
era. Alfred H. Miller, Jees K. Kan
didfh, HenJ. K. t'arlwm, Clarence W.
Handy.. U UnebaiiKh. W'Hlia H.
Ta lor. John cf tenia n. Iouia AHet.
William i MnKenzie. John W
Ilredina, Frank Hwaney, Arrteti A
Compton.. Fraiici W. Vena hie, Au
brey G ;iHham. I.e-ter Have, Hurry
fSnor. itoy A. Stubhlefield. Harry
M. N'ewinnn. I inn lei ponneli, Harobl
Wllliaiiifon. Carl McGtnnin. Hubert
MctjiH-tttlon. Kred H- I tit her. Clell 1,
Holme. Kart H. Ahb..tt. Frank S
Stof key F.usene I. Walters. Frank
l Iark. Kvarf Camenoi, John C.
liiiamotte Andrew J. St ur levant
Klmer G. Thomaa.. Fb d K Ieedon.
Walter Meakin. Clarence Plant.
James M. Webster, t'heater A. Mann
field,. Henry C. Clay, Jnmea W. Wil
son. . John C- Itryaon. Albert pupul
Itrtttert IVSMhep Howard 1 Kntlfeon
Slarold H Nutten, Melville T. Collin
Ptaae e. in mie, jMiiirw p nun, i-mm
uel F. Mnrr. Kdward F. JehaFk..
Geora:e A. Wttiaor. Kndolh H
remtc. Hnmre sttl!man. Jr.
tContinueJ uti IV ge S
EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY,
405 MEN DIE
Transport Transylvania Sub
" marined and Practically all
on Board Lost.
LONDON. May 24. The
British transport Transylvania
has been submarined, the ad
miralty announced. Three
hundred and seventy three
men. twenty nine officers, the
captain and two members of
the crew were lost. N
CHARLES MTJARY
IS REPORTED AS
LANE SUCCESSOR
(Wmw Huh Miufa ImIp But Itr
fUMCe lo Announcm It- svctI l
ral Men Menliont-d tif lenwrtl
With AppiHiilroeiit.
SALKM. May 24. The aovernor
ha determined on .Senator Lane'
IV
tliarltM McN'ary. t'luiirmnii State lEc-
pnhllcan (H.nimittro.
iue-c!.jr. but refuHes to nn'iounce his
inme until after the Itne funeral.
It is predicted that t'hurle McXary.
Com.nuea on faae a. i
WHEN BRITISH
SHIP IS SUNK
GUN CREW OF DESTROYER SMITH, FIRED ON BY U-BOAT
i
Gunners if the V S. S. destroxer
tmith mttnnimr one of the three-inch
rapid-fire t it lew. The Smith cn.io
the diMtnetioji of ha ma e'n the
fri Amerin r ve.-e to irel
I'pon !
Tin
MARINE CORPS ASK
FOR IRE RECROITS
Waahinicton, t: C, May 23.
Bailor Kust OreKonian.,
Pendleton. Oreson.
The bill signed by President
Wilson yesterday! authorizes the
marine corps to fenlist men be
tween the agea of eighteen and
thirty-five for the period of the
war. Men who want to fight
where the action is hoLtest on
land, on the sea' or in. the air
will find the marine corps of
fers them a great opportunity to 4
uphold the honor of their coun
try and their flag. On behalf
of the officers and enlisted men
of the marine corps 1 again de
sire to expreaa our aincere ap
preciation of the able assistance
and hearty cooperation rendered
by the Kant cwegonian in re
cruiting the corps during these
strenuous times. Pendleton has
respondedly splendidly to our
calls. I am now asking your
further assistance and coopera
tion in recruiting the marine
corps to its full authorized
strength of thirty thousand en
listed men. Thia special nation
al marine corps recruiting week
is from June tenth to sisteenth
inclusive and I hope that the
marine corps will he .at full
strength before the close of the
present flpcal year.
GROKjQK HARNETT.
Major General commandant.
FIRST UNIT JOINS
WITH SECOND UNIT
Hereafter there will be but two cit
izens' military units In Pendleton,
the Pendleton reserves and the Sil
ver t;rays. Lmm night the members
of the rirst unit, comprising the un
married men uf military age. asked
to be received into the second unit,
heretofore known as the married
men'i unit, in order to make one large
company rather than two small con) -oanies.
The union of the two units
had been favored by the married ;
men for some time. j
The drills hereafter will be held in
Haupv t'anvnn niivllion unlesa other
wise specified. The net drill, which j
will be the first at which the two j
units drill at one, will be held to-
morrow night at 7:16.
The younger men had not perfect
ed their organization and only had
temporary officers. So far as is pos
sible these fficers will be retained in
their present rank and the squad-
will be kept together as mu
ch a pos-
sihle. I'niforms will
prohably be or-
deled for the 5
more lllmf dan
usrer members awl
will probbl le
' Riven auon to help defray expends
f . j v.
I:
tack a made w hilt the mih wan
on patrol djtt off the roapt of fjn-t
1 In nd. the tori'-do mit.jiiig ita mark
b thirty :irda. The auIniHrtt:e Mth-tuer.re-.l
Imuiedl i ly afr ! bar
::: the oi peito md e-.ped in th
MAY 24, 1917.
J AMI AND AND 9000
PRISONERS TAKEN
BY THE ITALIANS
AL ROBERTS IIEl'J
CHIEF OF POLICE
Compromian Candidate Is Appointol
Without a Dissenting Vote; Will
Take Office Aa Soon as Bond Is
Approved.
Al Roberta la the new chief of po
lice In Pendleton, having been ap
pointed at the council meeting last
evening without any dissenting vote.
He will take office as soon as his
bond is approved.
The selection of Mr. Roberta was
i In the m 1 1 1 ro of a comoromise. It ul
said, the council and mayor agreeing
I upon him after failing to get togeth-
! er on the other candidates. Mayor
Best, it is said, had in mind the ap
pointment of Dan Downey, while the
majority of the council had endorsed
John Kussell. former member of the
force. The deadlock waa broken
when Roberta was found acceptable
to all.
Mr. Roberta has had service as an
officer before. He has served as dep
uty United Stiteji marshal, a Ueputy
! sheriff of Morrow county and as city
i marshal of Heepner. Vtr- -the past
year he has made his home In Pea
1 dleton. His recommends both as an
j officer and aa a citizen were very
: high. He is a brother of Cieorge
I Roberts, well known farmer.
AIRSHIP RAID
OVER ENGLAND
KILLS 1 MAN
IKASTKUX tWM .YTlKS OMBAIUl:i
. Tl'I'IVW f.lK'UIVI'S-
ISY
DVHA(.K SIJ;HT.
IjOXIWX. May 21. Four or fl"
wtrman airhiW raided tle eastern
Mimic last nlelil. droptHue; manv
hornhs and killhuc otic man. 1 xnl
Iutm1i. homo lofcn-e wmmanrter.
auitounia'd. The bomh foil on the
countrywide district and tin i la mace
MUM dix-lared -TKirtiidble." Brltb
airi-nti. niiraied the trmiuw. who
c4inhI in the tliirk HihmIh.
Ilalir reiortf"d a continued luTl. A
frw 4.tH-maiiM were taken prton'TM.
5 I
1 1
01
l.irkne-y The r it k rrolatty will
re-t to the briit it of the t'nit 1
, : .tt ! iviiilir.K t" .iroiiv tb" pullic t-
ihe m rifiiMifw " the au,m.riu
meji.i4f off our an.l te titmt-
';! n s-ffit i-'l and the rai a
' Austrian Line Broken Through
Bombardment; 130 Aeroplanes Engaged in Battle; British
Artillery Gives Aid.
FREKCH DESTROYER IS SUM IN NAVAL EKSA6EL'EIT
PABIS. Kay 24. The Frra-h de-
Htro-er Boutfcu waa mined and Minis i
In a naval engajfiueiit lxtae?u tlm 1
AuHtrian, jTefK-n, BHUia. and Itallau I
Mhips, It Iff orncially stated. .
Forty two mirvivor of the Boutrfew
were rescued. It to bWkeved forty werr
hte4. It ia reported Auntrlan vernefe
attacked the Freooh, BrttLsh and
Italian aquadron. An enemy CTuiae
waa obMerved afire.
ROME, May 24. Following ten
houra of terrific bombardment the
Italian attacking- forces broke
through atrongly organized Austrian
lines and captured Jam land. Nine
thousand Austrian were taken pris
oners. The war office said 130 aer
oplanes were engaged tn the battle.
The British artillery aided. Italian
progreaaes were made elsewhere.
The capture of a strong position
on the slopes of San Marco aroun-1
Corlala, and progress around Montes
anto and Caldlco were reported. A
breach is the enemy llhea waa effect
ed along a 14 mile front from Casta?
navixca to the sea.
goon Germans Prionered.
PARIS, May 24. The French hare
imprisoned 8400 Germans since 'May
firt between Soissons and Auberive,
it la officially statemented. Heavy
Herman looses are described in the re
pulse of violent attacks in the Vau
clare plateau. The Germans literally
were thrown back to the starting
point of the counter-offensive in the
identified belonging to four different
$54,000 IN U. S. GOLD COULD
NOT FIND ANYONE TO LOVE
SENATOR HARRY LANE
SUCCUMBS TO DEATH
AT 12 EAST NIGHT
! Democratic Senator From Ore
J gon Victim of Nervous
! Breakdown; Senate Appoints
i Delegation for Funeral.
W A S H I NGTt N. May 24.
Through respect to Harry Lane,
the late Oregon senator. the
senate adjourned. The only bus
iness transacted was the ap
pointment of the following sen
ators to leave immediately for
Cortland to attend the funeral;
Chamberlain. Ashurst. Krnyon.
Vardaman. Johnson. Ia Follette.
Cronna and N'orris.
SAV KKAN'flSCO. May 2 4 Sen-
a tor Ixine died shortly tefore nud-
niuht last nisht.
j 1 r Hirrv l.ane w aa horn
;v.i'r .re . Aug iat l'iS.
the sn of Nat If. I-ne. a
nu'r-h.nt. and cramlsnn of
at .for- )
He was j
ptoneer
;eneral 1
i Joeph
Ijiti" the rint territoriil .
s-tvernor of Oregon. He w:ts grad- j
dated from the WlUamette univernitv i
in 1T4- Completing a course in th I
medical school of the unitersitv h- j
took a poHt graduate eourve at th" j
i"o;i-- if rhlctans and Surseon of j
Taking up the a. tie practic. .
n-etlirlne. I r Ijtne. who advanced
r.ipidH In his profession. betame
president o the Slate Mefie.il --
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NO. 9130
After 10 Hours of Terrific
German divisions, . indicating that at
least 40,000 Germans made the at
tack, Excepting- this battle, tha
front is reported aa fairly quiet,
Maurice Makes El all mm at.
IyONDON. May 24. Lmring the
battle of Arras, the British prisoner
ed 21.000 Germans, from forty dif
ferent divisions. The enemy prison
ered only 3000 Britishers in the sama
battle. General Maurice. director of
operations, 'asserted. He declared the
British losses were fifty per cent un
der those suffered by the British in
the Sorame battle.
"In the battle of Arras." Maurice
continued, "we captured two hundre-i
guns, and occupied territory two times
as large as that reclaims! In the
battle of the Homme. -
"We've got the Germans reduce.!
to such a stage of nervousness they
claim big losses at a point we didn't
attack. May 21 the Germans reported
a British attack on the thirty kilo
meter front In the Arras-Cambrai
road was repelled with bear? loas?.
The fact hi no single British soldier
moved in that sector. Whenever w
attack we say so.
"A German order captured on one
prisoner, dated prior to the Arras
battle, says no commander must al
low hut troops to surrender, hut thev
shall contest every inch of ground.
Those surrendering, the order stated,
are guilty 'of the basest treachery to
their fatherland
"Contract thia German statement
with the official explanation they
evacuated Bullecourt voluntarily." ,
Sensational Methods by Local
Lawyer Saves Ohio Man from
Loss of $15,000 Through
Alleged Sharp Practice.
Fifty four thouKind dollars iu gold
coin in a wheelbarrow went becglua;
for a taker at Kcho early yesterda v
morning while at the same time cur
eiicv am4unting to 34U00 held by
another man was offered v-rn I
tinier tkefore It Would b accepted. All
of whah men n that Tue-tlM niicht nt
I U-ho incurred the ctinuit in a buci
neMe dal of highly sensational rh.f
actertstics hih) deMdi intere-t. par
ticularly to men III the Mhffp btifi
llevs.
In brief the plot of th- Mor hin:
upon the unut(''f ul itcnipt of
W. 4 'real h of lortt.tnit t Peru re tlie
d-lier to hi' Hfct-nt J V. Ilex n -r of
a new bank at Keppner head of
hHp wh'rh the tVndleton !h.--t' o.
had contracted to aell to Frd T
Thomas, an t.hi bu-r. ho sec it red
them for shtpfrient to War York h.-re
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