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DAILY EVENING EDITION DAILY EVENING EDITION TO ADVKKTlttKHU Tb But OnKonlan hu the largest boo fide od guarauteed pulu circulation of any papr In Oregoo. raat of I'ortlari and tor far tbe lariceat tlrculallon lo IVodletoo of aoj netrapaper. TonlKht and COUNTY OFftVAPAPEB CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NO. 9687 VOL.29 DAILY EAST UKEAiUiNlAIN, rtniiLriium, .v....-, MASTER DRAFT LIS T FOR Complete and Accurate Tabulation of Every Man Drawn in Umatilla County, in the Order in Which He Must Re spond, as Taken From the Master Schedule Prepared by the Provost Mar-shcl-General at Washington, D. C. Of the flrtt 86 men in I'matlUa county drawn in the draft lottery. Just one half. 43. hove dependents, according to th.- statements they made when reg istering Three have already enllHted and cannot therefore be drawn. Threo registered J unnaturalized Hermans and one as an unnaturalized Austrian and. If they prove their claim, will be exempted. Three rettiatered as citizens of other countries und aro probably exempt. A number ol others wijl prob ably claim exemptiun upon occupational grounds. It seems very probable, then, that Umatilla county's auotu. 4S, will not be secured out of the first 86 nnmbers drawn. Indications are .that between 100 and 160 will have to.be called before the quota Is supplied. A check of the first 90 names drawn, as shown by the official master list, with the unofficial first draft published shows a number of errors. For in stance, the names of Hoy P. Alexander and Kudolph M. Crommelln of this city. rportl-d from Portland as not in the first draft, appear on the mastcr- ""io lls3, Jiuimle Tnlor. on the first Hat should have been 1813 John X. Horrell. NO. lsr.7. Oordon Mettle, on the tirst list should have been 1S58, Walter K. Kirk. No. 73B. Uee Ha ns, sh. uld have been 596, Albert Lava dour. No. 421. Albert James, should have been 437. Earl i. Olson, and in asmuch as Olson has since enlisted he will not lie called. The number 154s. Kobert Jumes Vick. was omitted from the original list but appears on th. 0fThe'"nann'S of Croinmolln and Alexander as well us about 25 others were omlttod from the revised list Klv n out by the adjutant general's office prob ably through a clorloul error However, they appear on the master-lift. ' Hally F Plcrsol and Matt J. Vunderpool, both of whom were drawn are now members of Troop l. One of the 111.11 who rendered as a citizen ol (lermany has since confessed that lie Is 11 citizen f Itussiu and has taken out his first papers. The official master list for the local exemption board has not yet arrived but a oooy of the master list, printed by the government and sinned by the secretary of war. was received Saturday afternoon by the East OreKonian and from It the Umatilla county nam tiers have been carefully picked out. The first 90 numbers, with the names corresponding have been checked up wltii th registration cards and are authentic. They follow below: '-J. -SM fc-oriw w. HehVc ... .. Frwat.T S5M Matt S. Vanih-rpool Ucuu MSB TIhis. 4 hrtst Iloathe- . Prndlotnn I asi Albort F. Mitchell. Jr I MM Jesse K. Arnold I87H Tracy U Bak.-r 1 klan loos Floyd K. Wray l-.-ndl.ton ,ory Fdw. Hulllvao Hcrmtston i I4.VV Arthur B. Keen an IViKlk-lon 783 Jacob R. Jaoouson 1 . , Hilt John Natlianllorrell 1 , '." ' is.-, Walter K. Rlrk I klan 1758 Chns. Alford Fanslil.-r Pendleton 1117 Hudolpli M. rommelln IVndl.-ton 1578 llurlburt S. Crispin llMidl.Hon tT4tv-4 orn.HI.i-. Fjtrl I-ane It-ndk ton 31l.V Harry V. .I,MH- 'ol It.H'k M37 Frank Klmrr Ileum- IVn.II.-lon iOno Walter IM-wi-y Davis, Ilcrmi-ton I ss7 4cn XV. tla-rt Mllloli 7 K.iy Fcrenson rtnmx 27.V Harvey K.lnicr Honolils Milton ,VH irovcr Howies MlH-lia 1IHA Simiiiel K. orton. I'endl.-ton 5(14 t lrKli K. Wlllabv Ath.na aiOO lias, imliv Hurst IVn.ll.-4on H1.V-Itoval llark.-r Mcachaiil (Mix IxmiIh Mier Itcrry StanfU-HI 5DH Alla-rt l.avaiiour Adams i 1207 l'.nrl II. tNbivrn IVndl.-t.ui SUM Manm-I Monew IVndl.-lon 5n Harry Ww. Roller Ath-na I4H5 Ira Farl 7-.-lir.niir ' lvndlct.in 548 An-lUt- A. M.-lntyrf Athena 126 CJIlman Ciuy Youiur l.-.-atcr ,7 les.se A. Kmn- IVn.llct.in ' 1!BI7 Jss. tHIln llnnan . . ., lvmll.-lii 7K4 tiva. Hans IVtcrson .Imilia-r 17S1 Fmll llelnri.-li Fb-li IVn.ll.-lon ' 755 Kn-d l' IHImi Helix ' 107 ( has. Kiuc-nc Tompkliis I.'manlne, 1548 Kobt. Ja Vl. k . IVndk-ton isn.t Wm. i:divar.l Kelly IVndleton 1 MTO lohn VaIw. Ilutaon. .Tr matllla ixen 1nn.l M. lOby IVndlcton le lohn Fdwin Kelly IT.fnnc.T .17.1 Henry lllolim Milton l7H stcw lanklln llainm IN-tulletoii lllfi Thornton .rant Williams ivn.lleton I h4 Nral Alfn-d Itl.-nkn.-y K.-ho 775 Hanlcl Ira Hopkins . Helix Itifl Kjirl Httdley Weston ' a IVt.T Halpli l.'lntyrc dams (HI Harrison 4'. Kirk lliena IHWVm.-har.l If. Thorn H.-nniston Hin i. V. Klntt Fnlton 1589 Hoy ll-rlck AI.-aii.lor IVnlletnn Frni-st. Tlios. Fr.-n.-h IVndl.-n.n Ml 7 Millard Ulytlo M-l-minn Athena ;10M John llnl Whitman -r.--wat.-r 4S7 Farl i. Olson . . . . i Mllt.m isai John sh.-rmnn sli.-l-.v IViidl.-t.iti U. S. TRANSPORT WITH 1400 TROOPS ABOARD RAMMED BY STEAMER ATIaANTK' pDltT. July 30. Th i York an1 a t inted States destroyer, . ,-,..,,., ..,.. I hurried to h assmlunoe of tho Ani.ri.vin transport Saratoga. carri trnnBIn lhl, mmPnl ene Ing 1400 troops, wus badly damage l Mu) WR ,n t,B,re!w Thp p ,rntoga le this afternoon when it was rammed san to almost Immediately and by 'he Meumer l'nnama in the buy I was obviously In n sinking condition. The Saratoga was towed hark to The l'nnama wis Inward bound nnclioriice soon after the nreident. It j from fratobul and proceeded to the is believed none were hu.-t. Tlio dock. I 'una ma win un dam. used I II is indicated all on bc.ird tlu 111- .'......:.-;. .....i, '.' rt v.crj a-ved. ' . . ... nn.rm MORALE OF SLAV TROOPS IPROVIHG RUSSIAN LINE IS STRAIGHTENING OUT PKTUOCJKAD. July 30. Out of the Moscow conference tomor row Is expected to come more unity In the complete stampinu out of traitors and the KruntliiK of dictatorial powers to the jtov ernment heads. The conference will be be tween the provisional ministry and representatives of the two great assemblies who come near est to representing the voice of the people In Kuaslan affairs -the workmen's and soldiers' and 04 loiils Sliippciitovvcr 1.1 John W . Hradl.-y 3181 Francis Merle (ialbrcath 176.1 Wm. Fdward On puis 131H Mlkr Fred MU-lak 1-Jffl Martin lonrad tout I.awrcii.ss ;eo. t'ollins . . . 12-1 Onto Itilto'xlo 420- Frank t.raliam Kilt Wilbur Haymond t'ollins H7H 4'arl August Anderson .. 514 Hally F. IMcthoI 2:171 tJranvllle Plant Ia Wm. Hoy Tomklns 129 Msinl Ijcdke Ill Daniel B fuller , 10I5 Ixiuis tiunil.-rtsiii ....... IOl Walter l. IvHiman ' 17(15 Edu. t'lias. Wdker . . . . 1S3I Frank S On-sham H5 Herman Max farl Wlese 47 Ora Jf. Slilak-y 1288 4'has. (ikw Webb I32S W m. Jo MWiarrtele . . . 1847 Fred Ieo Buchanan , 797 Peter Johnson I40 laud ;. Ileale I.Vtn Itsyinond W . Avers ... The followinir Is the complete list of draft numbers for Umatilla coun- ty given In the order of their draw ing and the order in which the men j will be called for service. The list Is . from the official master list receiy ed by the East Oregonian Saturday from the war department. One Uma. i tilla county number appears to be missing from the list: i FIHST HUXIHK1. I 2T.S. 468. 1436, 864. 1894. 187R. 10R. '-'0i2. 146B. 783. 1813. ISSlf. 17f.2. 1117, 15T3. 1748, 215, 83, L'0.16. 337 T.,27B. r.0. 1186. 64. 1166. 94S, 1(113'. f.96 1267. 2148. 526. 1495. 648. 126, 167'. 1237, 784. 1732. 765. JOT. 164S. 1563, 2099. ' 1 369, 6 16 37.1. 1676. 1266. 1891. 776, 486. 692. 600. 19S6. SIO, 1539. 1682. 607. 309. 437. 1324. 604, 43. 2181. 1763, 1648. 1264, 1066, 924. 420, 1014. 1 178, 514. 2374. 433, 1329, 10. 1046. 1031. 1705, 133l! 16SB, 4S7, 12S2. 1323. 1847. 797, 1 40. 1536. 1922. 1723, 1779. 1236. 2247. 201 1. 432. IS. 652. 927. SFCOXO lll'M)lll:ll. 1484. 739. 1761. 601, 1322. 1 146, 1103. 2319. 1396. 606. 182. 1771. 613. 46, 1020. 1661,1099, 1955. 1636. 223. 2066. 1441. 117. 2330 602. 390. 2233. 75. 1818. 772. 1466. 721. 1419. 7S6. 1649, 1476, 280. 2322, 1292. 972, 983. 757. 966. 868. 2230 332. 2090. 379. tBSn. 542. 2107 194, 874. 552, 1300, 2124, 1673. 1887, 298. 675. 2132. 1769. 1294. 1 148. 1647. 1354. 1906. 2017, 313 2008. 1613. 2100. 9R2, 726. 15. 905 938. 2331. 1531, 2209. 1288. 462. 355. 1843. 530. S09. 1 1 14. 1470. 645. 2135. 218. 620. 1334. 560, 161 1, 574 31. 1432, 1727, 2047. (Continued on Page 3 ) SELLER IS FIRST AND ROYER LAST ON DRAFT LIST lieol-ge W. Heller of Freevvaler was the holder of the first number drawn from the glass bowl at Washington. No. 2 5 n. and William N. lioyer of Pi lot Rock Is the bolder of the last num ber ih:it affects I'matilln county. No 220.,. This means that Heller will la th first summoned to appear befor" tile b'L.fl exemption hoard and Royi-t will he the last. Roller is a iiiarrh-d man and has two children. In filling out his regis tration card, .however, he staled he did not claim exemption. Rover is so fn:- down th:' list tb:-t he doesn't have to worrv v. h"'her he has iiroun-1? for exelll ptloll. 1 1 :l.MM HXt TO Rv V IIOMI". ROSTONT. Ju'y 2--. Loans of $413. 000. 00a to members for the purchase of homes durinir the laet year were reported at tin- opening of the I nil ed States league of local budding and li.a'i (issoOiat ions' conventions lodnv. tl. K oilmore of Omaha, prosidon . dcl.vert-,1 an ihin ss. uTAvi nnrpov MnMnAV TTTT.Y SO 1917 peasants congresses. A coalition cabinet will probably result from the meetinc. The reentry of the cadet party also Is forecasted. Today's dispatches from the front Indicated considerable im provement in the moral of the soldiers, even of those likeliest to be affected by the disgraceful retreat of the eleventh army. The straiBhteninu out of the Rus sian line to offset . the wedge driven Into the front around Tar nopol to relieve a dangerous situ ation is now under way. . , . fay use Free water Pilot Kock .... Nolin Pendleton Pendleton Pendleton Pendleton . . . Weston Pendleton Pendleton . . . ' Athena I'klah . . . Weston Pendleton Milton . . JunHa-r Pendlelton . . Holdman Pendleton Pendleton . . . Athena Pendleton Pendleton Rcho . . . Helix I'mapine Pendleton HARRISON GRAY OTIS DIES IN CALIFORNIA .UMi AN'tiKLEft. July SO. General llarriHun .ry OtlR. owner of he Ijo Angelc. Tlmt'M. died this morning1 at IIm- tiitme of his son-in-law. Harry ('handler. cncral Otis has len manaiser aiil cdflor of the Times since 1876, lie Ih'UI the runic of major general which he won In the capture of Caloocan. in the Philippine. Death was due to the bursting of ;i blood vessel hi his heart, according to the ateiuhnjc physician. Otis came down lor breakfast, apparently ?n joyini? Roo-t hwalth. At the nepro maid whs aervinp him, he put ui his hum. and said. "Take away the tray, Lucy, I'm Kone.' He died in stantly. JULY WHEAT AT PRICE OF $2.62 CHICAGO, July 30. tSpecial to the East Oregonianl Range of wheat, prices today: Open. High. 1xw. Close. July S2.6.1 $2.63 $2.61 S2.S2 Sept. $2.30 2.30 $2.23 2.24 Portland. PORTUXl), July 30. (Special) Club. 2.fl."; hluestem, $2.10. GENERAL PERSHING OBSERVING THE GERMAN TRENCHES I I Major ieneral John J. lVrsb! This is the only photograph thus aid several visits to the front. , u 2 UMA TILLA COUNTY STRIKE OF SWITCHMEN IS SETTLED Chicago Trainmen Will Return to Work Immediately; Diffi culties Settled on Adjudica tion of All Questions Except Closed Shop. GOVERNMENT'S ATTITUDE BIG FACTOR IN HASTENING END CHICAGO. July 30. The joint conference of Brotherhood heads and railroad managers adjourned this morning. The conferees announced the switchmen's strike was settled and the men would return to work immediately. They stated the settlement was on a basis of adjudication of all ques tions except the closed shop by a committee composed of the railroad brotherhoods, outside of the railway trainmen, and general managers. The railroads announced the members of the switchmen's union of North America now employed, would retain their positions. The railroad mana gers said the strike was settled through intervention of the Broth erhoods of railway conductors, engi neers, firemen, and enginemen Ther said the affiliated brotherhoods rul ed the Brotherhood of Railway trainmen were In the wrong in or dering the strike. Settled 50 Ilonr After falling. The strike was settled approxi- mxtely fifty hours after it was called. reported the nterventlon of the hree brotherhoods was caused by the attitude of the government tnai stopping railway supplies would promptly be followed by federal In tervention. James M unlock, vice president of the Brotherhood of Hallway train men who ordered the strike, simply announced the strike settled and the men would be working before nine o'clock. Much Freight Oineetvtlon Many railroads are operating wun , weks nRS ref,iSed to ride, more than their usual quota of j Thp Tp,,,,,,, police, anticipating switchmen in an effort to clear con- j tronbIp when the arrival of strike cestions. On some railroads a major- ;h-te became generally known. ity of the switchmen had struck, the I 4. hour tie-uu resulting in sfrious.y tangled traffic conditions. It was oe lieved it would take another 24 hours to restore normal conditions. It was announced that the freight and passenger service of nil the l'.l railroads afefcted would be normal within 24 hours. I. U. s-iioftcld Commits Suicide. OAKl-AXll, July 30. D. C. Scho field, former president of the Stand ard Oil company of California, com- ... .i m. o.m.lii.t!tu- C O. Flint found Sohofield's body follow- Ing the report of a revolver. The aged financier was found lying on the floor with a bullet hole in his temple. in French trendies irom a nence ne f . r am de or (Jen. nil ivrshittg in the FOOD CONTROL READY OR ACTION WITHIN 24 HOURS PUBLIC MARKET TO BE HELD FOR THE RED CROSS 4 , ' A public market for the bene- 4 fit of the Red Cross will be con-. ducted In Pendleton on four sue- w cessive Fridays, beginning next 4 Friday, August s. The local aux- illary of the Umatilla county chapter will hav charge and has appointed a committee to assume full control. The market will he conducted in the show room of the Simp- son auto garage on Water street and cooked foods as well as gar- den produce will be offered for sale. J. H. Owinn will have charge of the adevrtising end of the market. The public Is ask- ed to donate produce and cook- ed foods for the market. - 100 STRIKEBREAKERS ARE SENT TO TACQF.1A SKATTUE, July SO. Pesvce In the Seatxlc-Tacoma street ear strike seemed nearer this morning than at any time since called two weeks ago. There In basis for the belief a peaee fnl settlement of difference between the traction company and about 10 employes lies In the patriotic spirit In which the negotiations are being con ducted. TACOMA, July 30. That one hun dred strikebreakers from the east were snirlted Into Tacoma this morn ing and are now working for the Ta coma Railway. Power company, was 1 disclosed by the police and unionists. I Thirty cars are operating. The pub !n oa ihminhniii two preceding j arp tkinlr every precaution to fore- stall riots Forty-two Imported strikebreakers were brought in on the Milwaukee railroad. It Is reported. They consti tuted one carlnnri on a special train.' arrivins at Seattle. They were taken from the railroad to the car barn early this morning in automobiles. SI.AtTiFH, HI"'T IS OX. VAS1IIV;T0V. July . The nromnt aMrchenslon of Ihou-wnds ol drafted men who eseaived detekvii and their pr.w-.-utlon for failure to register ordercfl nv e " of Justice. Formal notices have been sent all Vinted Stale, attorneys. is ...w. - o. 1...- ... first lim- tr.-ti.-hes. ahh-u.h h- has LEGISLATION CONGRESSIONAL President Asked to Agree to Modification of So-Called Congressional War Commit tee, Only Big Obstacle Left,' $2 mmm for wheat AFFECTS ONLY CERTAIN CROPS WASH1XGTOX. July SO The boose and. senate conferees tills afternoon agreed upon a one man food control instead of a board of tiiree mrnnrm WASHINGTON. July JO. Tha sweeping food control legislation will probably , be ready for final, congres sional action within 14 hours. Chairman Lever and Chamberlain of the house and senate conferees, asked the president to agree to a modification of the socalled congres sional war committee, the only big obstacle remaining. The conferees' draft on this am endment changes it so It doesn't re flect in any way on the president's management or the war. It would provide that the lse president and Speaker Clark nam a. committee of five from each hoosfr-to heck over all war contracts. One section forbids the Importa tion of spirits and authorised the President to seize all spirits in bond or stock, paying a fair price there fore. He further authorlred the gov ernment to stop or curtail the manu facture of beers and wines, and pre vents their Importation. price. FfTc-wve Next Year. In an agreement on the minimum price for wheat, the $S minimum con gress established is effective only on crops harvested between June flrsr 11S and May. 1919. Powers for handling the present crop will probably be placed with the food control department. A further drastic provision for preventing hoarding or speculation In foodstuffs Is embodied. The Pomerene coal price fiving the amendment Is agreed upon. Cnder the definition of food control Is included food, feed and fuel and the instruments an equipment used in. its actual production PrBetk'al Agreement Reached. A virtual agreement on all other matters in dispute between the' hous and senate is accomplished. Th senate amendment for s bourd of three members Instead .ef the house bill's one member, was modified, pro viding a one man food control. Th prohibition clause forbids ths use of fruits, cereals and other ed ibles in the manufacture of liquor. IS GIVEN $20,000 OY DIVORCE TERMS Hy the tt-rnw of a d-crt'e of divun-e by which Mrs. Detut Winn i rat-tHi from hr husband. IUy Wina prominent fiirmer. tht lattt-r in u lay hr $2,'to in lieu of nil ithr alt mcmy. This M'ttlr"m-nl mm atfr! to in a stipulation iKiid by hirt One thousand i t- tr atI at mn'r $10mt on Nov 1. I f 1 T ami fntnt on Nov. 1 ..f ea-h v-ar until t h- hn -is paid- The lf..r--,j (u iii'!!! ilriiw nix pr wnt interest. Mrs. Winn i dtw-n ' h- i m.h. 1 of the two tittlf liirln, ipiil aful ltv, arol Is to rt-iviv.' a month fr tin r.im . f each from thrir faihi-r. Mr U inn ii to haw tlr- ilMt.'d f thr ! t-o s. Murvin ami J-"e. Iml it in i pulatfil thev are to aivniniuiin thir mother on a trip to 'wtTii -n-i-'ori soon and to sp.ru) th j Iio4.1 itionttf with her ;it W.-sl.tTi Mr". Winn w Kivt'ii p..-ot'-i.in of Dome pt-rsotrt I of f-4l and ull olhr lropr? ii to U-Itii; o !! to Mr Winn. s w k 11 IM o :to l li o.tt'nm -honrT vltiif I- -Imit- h; lfHit Amw ami will promM Im total h. it I n-itrtel aMi4iit lloffmtii ami tv lo monitM r if I !