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DAILY EVENING EDITION
DAILY EVENING EDITION
WEATHFH
Tonight and Saturday
, probably vhowers.
unsettled,
TO AD VERTI8KR8
The Rut Oregonlan bai tta largest boa
ride end guaranteed paid ctreulatlim of soy
uaptr la Oregon, can of Port laud and by
far the lanret circulation In Pendleton of
toy newspaper.
j Maximum temperature 64; mini
mum. 44; wind. ' w light; ruin, .01;
j weather, cloudy.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEH
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1917.
NO. 9131
VOL. 29
, - -' -'- ' - jp
V
PREDICTS NEW
ALLIES WILL
J01NSTR1FE
Judge Gary Declares Central,
South America, China, Spain,
Scandinavia, Holland and
Switzerland Will Fight Ger
many. ENEMY STRENGTH ENORMOUS
None Realise Toulon IfotiTtlnn
kuk: All America I'UililliiK in
self lofiiir for l-rcarriallon of
National Life.
NEW YOKK. lluy S5. JtidKe Han
oi the I'nited Mutes Steel corporation,
neclured in a speech before the Am
erican Iron and ateol Institute that
some or all of the south and central
American republics, China, Hpaln.
rirandlniiviu. Ilollund and Hwltierlund
probably will declare war on der
ma nv.
"The United State didn't desire,
and persistently sought to avoid war."
tie said. "V entered upon the cu
lm"..! iiniiertaklnK on the hinhesl
moral around. .None realise the
sir.ris-th of the enniny. hie numbers, j
hie troleotlve barriers, his nicansfcoi
rapid niubiliantion and transfer ol
troop. Ill" aiiiipllea are further ad
vanwd than any other unities ever
tiiive been."
Allies MniuMli in Jtijctit.
The allien (createm element of
etr.-nrth la their principle that rlaht
limkri rlKht." ilnry ctintlnued.
Were fiKhlliiK t" establish firmly
and permanently a basis whereby
every international question must be
determined In accordance ewth the
principle of Justice.
"The lime, money and prayer of
all ci.iliaus tnuat be given to the sol
dier ami sailors.
All Shoo lil llcar llurrtcn.
"T-ie pecuniary burdens are very
meat. All should be willlnK to sacrl
rice. The Iron and atecl Industry will
cheerfully bear Its share of the load.
I'ersonal Interests ahould yield to the
I ,c sitlei of the country we love.
"All of ua are fighting in aelf de
fense. Ufe wouldn't be worth llvln
U iwr fins' were permanently furled
and if an alien enemy subjugated our
country."
DIVERS ARE DEALT
EFFECTIVE SMASHES
SAYS LLOYD GEORGE;
TubmariiHi M inner Handled lletler
laurinB ju Hirer wrrha Tlian at
Aaj J'orrrnpoiMlliiFi l"criod.
I.O.N'lHN.. May J "We have
le;ilt more effective blow to the
nbir.arlne menace in the last three '
weeks th;in during any correspondln
period. .' I.loyd-Oeorae told the house
sif . oinniona. May ship losses were
probably tinder April. We're inaklnx
ealislnctory proKress.'
He palii an eloquent triliule to the
work "f Anierlcan destroers.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON CLUB
SUSPENDS LITERARY WORK,
GIVES TIME TO RED CROSS
hint bllhing a precedent In t he
Mute uf (.ireicon which many other
women's club are expected to fol
low, the Thursdrty Afternoon Club of
J'endletun, which la the mother duo
l the Mute federation, yesterday at
tin annual hiinlne meti!it decllei
to Hii!pend Its lltemry activities dur
IfiK the next year and to devote Itrt
linn-, luhor and money nward twlrt
Itiit h Anierlcan Ited roaa 8oclety
In proidiiiK hospital auppllea.
The particular wrk w hlch the
clnh haa taken upon Itwlf for th
n-t vpnr la the ma kin of JTiO lath
rt'iwa. a tank of no inconnlrteTahl"
lr.port Umn. To do t hi meet loan
will he held w eekly Inatead of fort -ntKhtly
heretofore, and call meet-in-j"
In H,J.lltion will he held If ne
cKi4ry to cimilet the work. The
ro-e;iMK will alternate letween the
hih room of the ilhrnry bnihlinv an.t
t h K d roen rom In fhe city hall
.r it the afate hn-q.MMl. the latter t
THREE POSES OF THE MISSOURIAN WHO
' WILL LEAD AMERICANS INTO THE TRENCHES
tl -T ft"" ' W """" i
I je In LvA
? 2 M'V-J-
i'5 wv j
J V. j1.rrj.jMMrMrn.mwi
rtJllX CEN
cunard liner
XKW VtMtK. May S5. Kuro,cil
travrto arriviiic Imtt r'fsirl,'ti the
Hoard liner FH-llrla was submarin
rl 1lleut wai-nimr May 5. The
vex-a-l sank la Un mliiut.-s. .riftr tiirec
Iwliallnir two fstioml Anicrhwn fire-ns-n.
are miinir.. An admtralu
yacht nwnnl UK TravHcps n-norusl
tlw submarining of iIh- arrncl Itrltlsh
simmer lnlne. nnilr Amerl,wn rliwr
tcr. ami fliliur i!m Anwrkwn flac
All nlMwril were rtsa-nrtl. TIm-j rc
n.ati'd al- llm llrltMi steamer 'or
fielil was a siibnuuine tlifim.
plHt-ea telnjr Htp-etl with aewins
machlnea
Karh hoateaa will pay S3 nd thin
will le 'lvmiccrl no that a lump aum
of $;r mn le turned ovr to the Ked
(Titw. At the heKlnuiriK of each
mei ina a ahort prirBii. on rurrvnt
tophv III le Riven.
At the luiHiueaa aeasi.tn rntff o'mv.
the follow litfr of fi era were elected
for the eiiMiinK year: Iree.Int . Mr.
A. J. wen. vice preSHtertt. JM n T
M. ndfTruin; secretary . Mr. W C
K. rrultt. ir'Hnrer. Mr. K K. Har
den ; correiMtnHnK aecreiary. Mr
W i. M N.try and auditor. Mm. If
II llMttery.
The deariure of the Thurl.
Afternoon 4lub front It citatonir
line of activity la well within It
rltthfa and the acceptance of a certain
an nt of Ketl rimr work In all
w onion' cnh in helna atvcated by
the until n i MfW--r.
JlM mi iiiirwWPImWv.--r:''
PCR5HING JLT- -
BIG FRUIT CROP
IS IN PROSPECT
Allhoiicl. MW-n Will It I? for
Kr jn.uinfc lliiinr. ih'tt
lit- An Almnduncr. imnty l-Ytili
liiHH4-tr IWHarcw.
Prospect a rlicht now are ItriKht for
a bountiful fruit crop In I'matiHi
county. Hccordina: t W. C Hopaon of
Milton, county fruit Inspector wh
waa In Pendleton yesterday en route
to Staiifietd and Ilermiaton to Inspect
the orchard of the I matilla and
Furnish projects.
ThotiKh the aeaaon will he very lat
for fruit for every other urowina
thiuK. Mr. Hopaon declare there will
be an abundance of all kind and va
rieties of fruit In the eaat end
where he la thoroughly familiar with
the alt nation. 4 'h"rry tree are heav
ily In.len. he report. thoimh nme
orchiirdtt are complaining that a
ffnod many are dropping-. The atraw
hefr crop, though It will be amall
becaue of reduced acreane, will be
a frond one.
Ho far there have been no killing
froMa at all. Have only for the back
ward eaon. there ha been nothing
to intrfere with the growina of n
fine crop of all kind of fruit. h
say a.
Mil M MF IV XtTlOX
TO III l.P IX lllTIt.
V A II I V S T V . M a v r
The r'll-'lit haa callod lh
all t men In the nat ion for
help U' drafiina the ctn-
acrtpiion ejifinptioitn. A boanl
(NtmiN'Mii of national known
men la workinc here today.
Ad minimi at ion official favor
d-oentraltntoii In enforcing
the draft. thT-fore placiuu
nuit h nnrpnrv in the ha n tin
of lo-at Mtithoiilit-a.
FIRST
IS NOW AT THE
SPY BILL IS
AGREED UPON
BY CONGRESS
1
Censorship Clause Embodied
Makes it a Misdemeanor to
Publish Navalj or Military
Position of U.S. or Allies
WASHINGTON'. Mai' !!6. The espi-
c nage. bill, embodying a censorship
clause, was formally aKreed to by
conferees. The cenaorahip clause
mukes It n misdemeanor to publish
the positions of naval and military
forces In the I'nited States or her al
lies. It is expected (to pass both
branches of conaress.i
Amendment to md llifl.
House republicana jforced the ad
option of an amendment to the Lever
food bill providing that none who had
been employed by a forporation con
victed under the anti-trust laws
could be employed by the arovernment
under the Ibll. Thelsenate finance
committee's decision 'to modify the
ray-a-yon-KO policy for financlnKJhe
war met viroua admi)"lstration oppo
sition. I
Money Must Hp .v Taxation.
t?oth the president nnd McAdoo be
lieve the full blllioni eleht hundred
thousand dollars mllM be raised by
taxation on the present Reiteration.
Hoth consider it unauvisable to fur
ther disturb the money market by at
lemntiiiR to launch more bond issues.
lUir Flirlit lcdirted.
tlepresenative Kitiun. chairman of
the ways and means oommittee. de
clared he would battle to the end
nnv attempt to foist a bond issue on
the revenue bill, or otherwise ma
terially alter its present complexion.
The house and senate committee s
tentative agreement to lop off be
tween three hundred and five hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars from
the taxation procrum and supplant
this much with bonds will bring a
hg rmht.
ROME DELIRIOUS
WITH JOY OVER
WAR SUCCESSES
threat t'rowiN 1-ara.ic Slrort.s. Simiiiie.
Shoutiiur nnd Oa-crlms ItaJlan He
roes: Trooifc ivi-tormlna- ITodifc-ics
of War.
ICOMK. May .v Kalians In Hi
Julian Alps luive al-etl mrlh,
brilliant simxwncs..- It is offlHall
Ktal.-mriitcri. Twile butKlrrd or more
UMriaiw have been taken prisniiers.
The Italian aslvanoe rJsewlier- oni
tlnups. Austrian allas-ks were re
milHcvt. ltoIK. May ::..--Rome Is deliri
ous with Joy over ihe success of the
Italians in the nation's arvatest Mow
ot the war i'i"Wds parade the
streets. slnBiiiK. shcutina and cheer
Iiik the Italian h.-r.s. Minister His
s.ilali afler a lour of the front, told
the I'nited I'r.-ss ileneral fadorna's
troops were performing prodigies of
valor. Anti-war forces in the social
ist party apparently have shrunk to
a negligible nuantitv. tlnvernntent of
ficials sni.i anti ar activity was a
despicable phenomenon on which
trey were keeping cb.se watch.
uMrlan- laim tialns.
VIKN'XA. May :r.. The Autrians
are malnlainlni their supreiua.-J-i
ractlealU . ver here along the
Italian from respite the m.l des
perate fithmig il 's officially tati
The eiiemVs ..nlv gain Is near Jaini
ano. where th.- Ansirlaiis retired
five-eighths of mile.
From IMava I" 'he a sln.-e Wed
l.emH a luilile etraor.liu:ir is rag
tl'C. BRITISH COMMISSION
ENDS VISIT TO U.
Left Washington Last Night;
Will Crows Canadian Bor
der Today.
WASHINGTON M i" - Th-
Itritlsh commission left Washington
last nlaht nnd will cross the lansdi .11
border ths niornina. emiiiiB i's i-it
to no res.
ARMED U. S.
WEEK OF JUNE 25
RED CROSS WEEK
WASHINGTON, May 25.
The President ha fixed th
week beginning June 2& Red
Croaa week. The President haa
cal led upon the peop 1 e of the
United State "to Rive generoua-
ly. In a spirit of patriotic aacri-
fice, to 'the Ited Cross during
that week."
MORE COWBOYS ARE
READY TO JOIN THE
NEW CAVALRY TROOP
Ti-n Are Now Awaiting the Itetum of
Captain (ijodKted ; ClHat4ng of Of
flcora ArouneA IHacuwion.
CowboM in various parts of the
county and from other points in
e&Ktern Oregon who have heard of
the raiaing of a troop of cavalry in
this city are beginning to put in an
appearance and seek a place in th
mnks. This morning two-John Ia
cowboys arrived, having ridden over
the mountains to Pendleton. In all
there are about ten here now await
init the return of Captain fljdte4 in
rder to enlist. ""'
Captain fljedsted did 'pot arrive
this morning as expected and It is an
ticipated that he will return this eve
ning or In the morning. I'ntil he or
iai.other officer of the O. N. ,G. ar
rives there will be no further "enlist
ments nor any election of officers.
Choosing off Offfficrrs IlNpiUMifl.
The- matter of choosing officer m
causing a good deal of discussion
among those already enlisted. ft Is
Probable tha,t the captain and two
lieutenants will be elected by the
troop. While there does not appear
to be any active campaigning for Inn
job, the names of Dell Blancett. Lee
Caldwell, Hen Corbett and James F
Cooke are being mentioned for the
commissions.
CLEVERBAD
CHECK MAN
IS NABBED
WIITI. I.K(OMKI) STKAXt.KU Alt-
kkstki T wiirr ItV
Nil WUFK T. YlAlt.
A well groomed stranger whuc
UresN and adiiresH were such that hv
uriiareiiily had no difficulty in cach
ing worthless checks of large denom
inations bus temporarily at least sus
pended operations u hile a guest ot
Sheriff T. I). Taylor In this city. Ttw
Kheriff met him at the depot iht
n.orning as he w;s psmK throuh
1'endleton on No. 6 en route to Colo
ratio Springs and extended him such
hji insist ni invltat ion to stop otf
wiih him that he reluct ant l Con
sented. I Xante of II. i Craw ford
He gin's under the name of 11. F.
Crawford. At leaM he did when h-
presented himself at a l'aco bank a
few ilas ago and Introduced bimse'f
hi a representative f the American
T T Co. Hi. pleading personality
enalted him to secure $JiO on a
chei-k on a New York hank and the
anker een accompanied him to th-.
train.
Ut evening Sheriff Taylor re
f'ted word from to be on the
tContlniieti on lage 4. i
WHEAT CONTINUES
DOWNWARD FLIGHT
Hb'.i;n. Ma i'S. "pet lal I
Ihe K 1st lirrtiMhiiOll UariKe
v. h.-al pnc..s lod:t:
(..i HiKh. I.a . I'li..e.
J.il s t s U i t:.-
S. PI. 15 OS.H; I il
INntlaiHl
I'l'ltTHVO, or.'. V i...
1 I'lui. I'lu in : i.
. I
SECTION OF THE
MUNITIONS
ENGAGED J ACTIVE VORK
Military Men of U. S. Convinced That
Brunt of Struggle Rests With America;
War to Last Long; First 500,000 Men
, "Merely Drop in Bucket;" Nation Must
he Awakened to Seriousness of Situation
HENRY WOOD, AT THK
FRENCH HEADQUARTERS,
May 25. America's first
armed force began service at
the front. It was a section of
ne of the American munitions
transport service. Jts forty
i dd Americans left training
camp last night and are today
carrying shells and munitions
10 the. French soldiers.
Simultaneously with therr
departure, sections .two and
'three arrived. Two composed
principally ef Andover college
men, .will enter activeservice
next week. '
CWEHB MILLER.)
WASHIXOTO.V May 25. Russia is
out of the war as far aa military pow
er is concerned for at least two years.
France is near the end of her man
power. This ia the opinion of Ameri
can military men and students re
ports of American military observers.
Britain haa considerable "punch"
left, but the struggle la reaching- a
point where the I'nited States must
bear the main burden.
OREGON MOVIE MEN
TO HOLD CONVENTION
Will Take Place in Portland
May 29-30; Movie Stars
a a .
to Aitena.
A convention of Oregon picture
theater men will be held in Portland
May 2 S and 3'). to be cloned on the
evening of the 30th with a gran 1
movie ball, to which the public h
been Invited. The affair will be in
form mI. The convention will take
pi, tee at the Multnomah Hotel which
will be the headquarters for the dele
gals Moving picture stars from Califor
nia ftuiiiosi. Including Mips MarearP
Fischer the reifon sirl who has won
enviable miccess in pictures. MIsk
Iirothy Ialton. .the idol of a mil
lion photoplay fans, and J. Warren
Kerrigan, the Hesu Itrummel of thrt
rreen. will be there in person
C. il. MatlKk. of GreulUh and
Matlock, is vice president of the pic
ture men'x ortn nit-it ion and he n
listed fr ork on important oni
niiTtee? which will meet a sn-n .i
t he convention is ca lied. 1 na m uc h
ss the railroades have srmnKed fare.
t Portland by certificate pi An. it is
anticipated that many movie fan
w ill take this opportunity to attend
the bull and hobnob win the photo
play stars.
T
MLTIA
BUT SUBJECT TO CALL NEED
NOT REGISTER ON 5TH JUNE
I MII.TO Mav 2.-. The ml-
hi i.t nm miH.tered lol'i S-.- bsit
: lli.s-t to call don't ne.-t lo retiMiT
Ijiiin riflli. aivonllnc t a nwnMn.--
1 I Sin of Ihe n-etMratHMi pns-ianail.Hi
exiilain.il bt Ilie I nil Hiale
11H niiirtisl In a irsmiH -til ! alt
j.iilttlH'l
UNIT
FRONT
AMERICAN
IS
WrhC 1-Yont Mr-4merpretd.
American experts believe the war
will last long. The first half million
men are a "mere drop In the bucket "
Other vast Increments must follow.
They declare the west front strug
gle is misinterpreted and unreliably
reported. They maintain that foC
months the American people have
been led astray in reports of fighting.
The allies, they declare, are not mak
ing the headway reported here.
Spirit MuhC He AroocwdL
Experts say the solution of the sub.
marine menace must eventually de .
tertnine largely where the. victory
shall rest, except for what part Am
erica shall play. The last fresh man
wins the battle and the last fresh
million men. win the war. hence they
declare America must bear a heavy
burden during the next two and pos
sibly three years. The sooner the na
tion awakens to the truth, and the
enormity of the situation, the better
off it will be.
They believe the apathy will be
overcome when blood begins to spill.
They say the country's interest Is in
sufficient. Iraft will get the men.
the experts av, but their spirit must
be aroused.
UMATILLA COUNTY
WILL RAISE $2500
FOR THE Y. M. C. A.
OMMITTf:K IS SKI.MTUI TO
HAMHaK TI1K CMI'K.
rlt Fl'MKS.
A campaign will be made throUKh
out t'matilUi countv to rats 2.jt to
asKtst in financing the T. M. C. A.
institutions which will he established
at army pouts. The campaign was
dtfided upn at the meet ins Wednes
day eenmg ind'j'idee . W. Fhelpe.
chairman of the meeting, and Presi
dent j. v. Tallman of the Commercial
MMtociation were empowered to select
a com n ; ill- to hafolle the campaiKn.
Th,y announced the following
tonitnilloe thL niftruinic: . M. HHh
op. s. A. laowell. J. W. Mltne. W.
W. :rrah. R. l Sa re. U K Mann,
and Supt. I. K. Young. M-t.ri.
1 ht'li and Tallman will met with
ihe cniiuittee.
Sub-committees w ill be appointt-d
In the ariou cio.nniunities of the
county and the momv will proKabl'
bo raised bv tail bttcript ion. Hood
Ktver niuntv raie-d tsooa ith in
few d.is fr this purpose.
PAKIK. May ;;. A lull ha spread
over the French froit and no lm jmi -ant
fichting Ik reHrted.
' Tl u-s-snim msainnl Hun
Ira I mm, nuUlMin. (Simi'i r. . 1 1 1 re iim.
, uvWrilnHi tat Rnetnns-r. inT mat rfolt
-raanlaesl or n.Htwlsr.1 Iis.t. sMIUiart
or natal. jt-s-.-1. aiMtr Hm- nihrr aw
.r iIm- I nlusl 11.-.. 1., be ell.-.. Hr.
iVr,-.! tr ilrall.,1 lolo M!lit.ari MM .
soil. l lie- I IMIe.
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