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- WEATHER FORECAST Tonight and Sunday generally tain Maximum. 4; Minimum, ,2: Bala, fall, 0.1; Wind, . northeast; Wthiy clear. .,'..- DAILY EVENING EDITION Number copies printed of jeaterdat's lally Edition. 2,715 This paper Is a member of and audited bj tlie Audit Bureau of Circulations. CITY OFFICIAL PAPEB COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER NO, 9342 : VOL. 29 DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1918 -s 4' .-4 -ty. "JT-J- A -V DOCKS AND SHIPYARDS FIRE S WEPT : . : . . fiiL ul a nri a ivr" w e ar a i mi -r B ci m - M M la a w .v-a-.j " " - V ' 1 ' ' : A jP taaiar-tiaai fti"iinrrir. uanauian mm- SPEAK AT HAPPY CANYON AFTERNOON AND EVENING So Many People running to Attend Theaters Could Not Hold Crowds. SPEAKING TO START AT 3 AND 8 O'CLOCK ! ; nlhln, Hf will move from I'eryJIetmi Musical Program Will bei1 f,,,lt ' m,ar i-ewai" ami . r 4l P twill hereafter devtdo most of til? U1VC11 at iiOtn 01 ;tlmo to hlx num. Ill mjtci'swjr has Moot .litre n"t cL hvctl appointed. lUtVtiiiijO. Mr ii0mmill nerved jm dipnt -" - 1 water master under I,. I . I lowland. So great tit the Intercut taken In j and, upon the latter' rcmnvjil to j the romlnff of the Canadian offiecro t;,Hu"- eeded him. He ha Ken- wbo are to speak hero Monday that It Uae been decided to hold the meet ings In Happy Canyon pavilion instead of the Arcade theatre an originally scheduled. Itoportu from everywhere are' to the effort that thousands of people have hecu turning out for tho meetings. - , Fearing the theatre would he tally uiiablQ to handle the crowd Happy Canyon haa been brought into ue. It hi being cleaned and decorat ed for the occasion and will be heated through the ue of three or four stoves kept going al) day long Monday. Tlio vl<lng officers are to arrive on train No. 17 Monday. The afternoon meeting will atart at 3 o'clock and the evening meeting at 8. Through use of Happy Can on ft will bo possible for all to hear the Hpenkcrn and tt is probable that tho school children will be marched to tho afternoon meeting. However, the capacity of tho place wiir be sufficient to necommodnto nil who roine. There will be over 1300 sNt arid Htandkng room for almost ' an many more- There will be a munlcn.1 program for both tho afternoon und evening mcct Uiff. The vocallatfl for tho nftcrnonn will bo Mlna Alma Schccr und Mrs. ' n5inond W. Hutch In the evening tlia nidnlciil nroKrnin will conslHt of n quartet number. "Ilccetwilonal" by MIhs South. Mltw Anlbal, Mr. Fred Schmidt nd Mr. 'Waller Hose, and a nolo bv ; Men. I fun. Id .1. Warner nml n nolo bv Mrs. 8. H. public." Forshaw, "Speed our Ite- Tho officers. Col. Miic.Millan, Major Kdward. and Captain Cook, are at La T I ioVIIU IVUU) HllfJ r " V WnVI IUI t uicotlnir toniKht. They upeak ut On Uirio HuiiUny und arrive In Pvndlctuii Ht noun Monday. Their hoc In 1 entcr talnmpiit horo will he cared for by a committee headed by J. F. Tlobinson. ANTHRAX GERMS IN RED GROSS' BANDAGES SPRINGFIELD, III., Jan.! 2G. The Red Cross here re ceived a cotton roll prepared for use in France, with te- rnnilS nnrl anthrax CenilS Oil i U 1JICVC Ul uwiuou 'clYPf- ,MhT fklieldenuiiiii ami l lx rl jicr in the center. The germs ;noi. "killecf euinea pics in fivcl.? hours. Federal officials arc investigating. istrianFfSig rev0lu1i0n soviets Bplsheviki Newspapers Ke .; port Organization in Vien na,: Budapest, Warsaw. (JOSEPH Kit A I' LBN) rTBOGRAP. J". -' Bolshevlkl netpl'ers report that Soviet orBan llloun have been formed by Vlciinu. Budapest and Warsaw workmen "for revolutionary purposes." The all RuselaiKConBress of Sovlela. desiennt cd by the bolshevlkl lawmakers ap proved tho repudiation of all Kuasla's debts, but the bolshevlkl have not nc rmtod tho approval yet. Tho bolshe vlkl overwhelmingly control tlio eea- , slons. The Husslan people, throufth : tlio network of tho city mid provincial councils two working out tho Itusslan problems und lo not care who tip- I parcntly ruloe now, as they are build tui from tho bottom ui. Tho minority favored an lniiiiudiHl declaration of a holy revolutionary war agutuat tho central empires. Tho bol nhcvlkl refused to accept It and an- . uounced the French socialist duinus wore comluir to confer with Leon TroUky. 'III (I ILL , REIN EM A N QUITS J AS W.ATERJMASTER , L. A. Itclneman, county wat.-r mas ter fur I'niatfllji cuumy for t Im pant . fivo yearn, Iium re.si lined hln office, i his rebliriiation to lake of Oct (in noun '! utter the first of the month us pos- crauy oeeil rearueu oy wain iirs UK u fair and effirienl pnhlic official Mr, iieliieinati" Is one of the Ilentrn untH of the t'liinMIln, Omnly tiiiiirO nud will ask to he placed on t he lu- aciiw list. TiSCHEIDMAI ASKS PEACE BY TO SAVE BLOODSHED BERLIN", Jan. 26. Phillip Scheid maun tn asking, pence before spring to save bloodshed in addressing th IteicliKtag critlelMnl Von Hertling'a speech. f "Suppose we beat Knglanrt and I'Vancc.will that mean peace? No. we itiubt Mtlll bunt America." Kectlliug j that the kaiser was insulted in Vlcu- iul strcolK, lo said. "The conservatives ' oppoMlng t ho A uHtriun peaco efforts I hoc k to make u lose our la-st friend." "A complete and honorable rein- statement of Ilelinui ia our duty. Let'. .try to nave the world new bloodshed In the spring. 1 he feeling n-uong our people will be most Keiioim if you al-. low the Russian negotiation to col-i la use. In event of a disappointment In event of a diMiippointmciit In western front houcii what the not a catustrophe " if MARSHALL ISLANDS MAY BE BASE FOR RAIDER OPERATIONS I'.U'lr'IC TORT. Jan. 2H: That the German ruider I.uIuhc. a mtcccssor to the wrecked iSra Ail Icr hu established a base on Mar shall Island from which it und maybe other ruidcrs weri- oper atiiiK was the word brouKlU by an nrriviiiR schooner. It righted pockets and flares sow miles north uf Marshall Islands. The captain Is convinced it was a Hun bucca neer or camouflage, instead of aiwtwerinir. he escaped In the darkness. xiAVKi'Arr.it sri'i'i!ihi:i. t'OI'KMIAUK.V, Jan. !! ISerlln iilvki-i miv I lii Kill .cltlillir wil.s Ull- 1 mediately wiiiiiit iI l the bom iu- Ik GIRLS SHOVELING SNOW Chic-UKu strei-ta wvrs piled no IukIi with eiiuw aftt-i' tlie bi storm thai tuveii wumeii were culled out to clean ' lJJWmilJ!MWUlMIUl.lJlfll f S '4 vf:?fl ! J J I II ' i If I i il 1 : ' w 'W7. i h ' col McMillan, major edwards and captain cook, ; canadian officers to give local people .first . HANI) DESCRIPTION OF EVENTS J CLFMENCEAU WILL REPLY TO I.ONI'OX. .Jan. 2t Premier ni'lilrliro.m. r.f France, will probably be the allied fiiokesiuan replying- to the (.lernian ami Austrian war aims. Moreover he is likely li voice the Joint restatement of tho allied war Joint restatement of tho allied war mm. It is nuihiuitmlvt'lv learned he Is framiiiijf a joini U-l of war aims , vrti t wIlich hnA Ilut recently formal!. fas the principal problem before the pieood explicit acceptance of a lib ; lurihcuminK allied conference in temocratic program Her com- Paris. plete adherence to such lias been ex- TIUs Joint statement tsthe very pressed in recent votes of tho chain- thiuff for whieh President Wilson lias 1er of deputies, but t'lcmenceau ap cou tended since the pope's pe:iee parent ly has been held in reserve by pruffer. ft was diseusspd at the last ' tin. allies for n final answer to Cer I'aris conference. Since then. pi. hits many. His speech now will , be of ca nt' difference have been cleared Italy ( iraet iiinary timeliness. "ON WITH THE WAR" N E WSPAPER COMM ENT ON TEUTON SPEECH . l-ICll 1.. KliEN.l I.UNDON. Jan. Uti. "Now let's it" on Willi the war'.' is the uneiiinioiis chorus of newspaper comment on the Von Ilertlini; nml czi-niln speeches. i.onuon nciu uiav iu-iiiiiik l""'tl l 'reveal an unrepentant (ieini.inv and llollllm; w ill In in - -peaee but defeat. The Czernin siieeeh is rcKiirdod w iih discerned an al- tempt t insert a nli;e between the I'nileil Statis and the allies. IN CHICAGO S10RM Hidt'WaiKs ami flossing. Tins photo- Kiaph sliii! four of them, drcod in their husbands' vt iMMtiiers chdhtng 'with their siioel in hand. Ms aligned with thR ultra-program! Wilson and Llovrt liporen amiuunced ! s .,iso williui rlhn for Dalmalla to " abutidoti hci j Als;u'e-borraiiic i h Ml be 1 he l.ii: i.roblem t he furl heom - conference must settle. Frunce ' is tlw only ulu. uf ,hc biff ;,niel now ! BULLETINS .......... i! liKvrns iu:i'oktisi. M silli it)N. Jan. 2t. t.eneral rerliinn reported 111 ilca-ths l'l-ulll natural eaucs, int'lutiiti SerKcant WIImiii . Au.-lili of Seattlo.' and l'ri- .iiii flarcm I-:. StluuNlrdl til' I'aseo, Wusli. .oi;ki::y -oi-mlji. I'l l lKK.i; l. Jan. Maxim (,or Ke.v. the innelit ami ccoiiomit, vhs hhlitly w mi ml r, by n Hitiy luillei. IliN friend luofess iiioi aiicp f how It hapiH'iieil. wiiii vi' u.vnoxs ci t. A MIIM.TO.V Jan. 2fl. Picfldtnt jWllMin i3 (u iNUe a proclamation to nlKlit asking seventy fie icr cent hcal lioiir bit-ad. one wheatlcs meal dally and- tvm v.licHtlChsla,vs ive:kl. lie v.-a.uts n thirty per int veductloii IV wlieaf cotu lunptlon mi 83 to pro ride for tlie illle( ncctla, ' IKOOPS HALI tD STEIKEES. AISTr,IU.l. Jan. 2. Ibe Bei lln 'lageldatt aniving- ttnlay avs rc- Mdtiup trtkcl. uere only picicnted liom cntcriiu; the Inner city of Ituila-i Wit January ltlt by troops and uia ehliie fciuis liohling tlie bridges. STEPHENS WONT COMSIENT. SAt H.V.ME.MO. Jan. i. t.oirr nor steplicns declined to conu.M.'i.'t n reldent Wllm's a.'tion in tbe iooney tti.se. Ills ofl'b st.it"d 1 1 1 mutter vtoirld not bo dealt with toitil alter lb.. stipr.'Mie court nct.tl. siv in i : i i:x i'i.t)hit. Mll.t.'l()N. .In. 2. Mrirlary ll.-inicl-ninHMnaiMl tlint .r were Killed ami seei':l In.iurctl by an explovion at ilic toi'iMtlo works on the island near Nei)Hrt. IMiode V-laml. lie said there m'lv no suspicious circiuuslamvs in oniicrtlmi. i;ii i;mik as i ami-mii: .MUN.H, .Ian. Tlio ariii aiatimi st-ete'ii is faiorin RiviT.-iitt. tnliloriiiH a stntlirni California aiatitu camp. It H undcrtojtl its x- Ut'tion would ho tit line with the vlan to liavo ttit eam)e near Mni I ranei- and INirdand as protection to the iva.-l lrtun raid;.. IN THE WAR ZONE GERMANY AIMS 5- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OF fill III CLASS 1 COMMENCES JAN. 30 . it Classification of all registered men of L'matilla county having practically! been completed, the physical exami nation of all those put In Class 1 will commence on Jan. 3U. The examma- ! lions, which will bo conducted by County Physician McKaul, will weed 1 out the physically unfit before- the i limo for tho second call. j It is estimated by the local board j that there arc about 1000 men in ! Class 1 in this county. Some of them j will probably be examined in other counties while some mon registered in I other counties will be examined here, j it is expected that between i:o aim tu men will be examined each day. Kcgistrutitv dissatisfied with the ox- , amtnatiun ptveu by the county phy- I sician may appeal to the local medi cal advisory board whieh board will Miso cxumino all those transferred from other counties. The. following are the first lists call ed fr cxanmiation: January SO, lit IN. Leslie A- .Mnberry, Milton. tiust Krasolas, l'matilla. .lt'ob I'. FartI. Dallas, Ore. PENDLETON TWO GAMES Kalf h K;ie Forward Estraordl- nary and Plaver Plenipotentiary for ! ' the Pendleton high school, -nas one' of the bit reasons for the 33 to 15 over tho Hermlston basket- bail o.irmte vtcn by the local school la.it niiiit -al the High gym. Flitting and Tharp . i-I. sASO. J9 ?!Ultsry om- over tlie lloor like a will o' the wisp. I For Hermlston, Durlsy. frtvard. Ice's are rtgldly InrestlKatSna" a fes4.fr Kvie anneA Hl .1 of the winners' 33 I was a source of trouble in the second beCiTeea I'mted- States and Carreaits potnts ! half, when he shot three bask-ta in '" Iroopa la st4ng orer arr bear ad a in th" f 1 1 - ,T,'.:ne Mlr-3 Pallev's team ef rtnbtjo champluns did the i. iril and entirely expected thing of i Ir'-niniTin;: o'tt :i 31 to t :-core apaiust 1 Tho nolle:-- rlil.:' team. In the Inst. t"o n; 1 1 1." :. the I rnvllelou (Tins nave pile.. up . points to their opponents' '. indicate:! that the I'en t I.-' on the read to au- illeten se; vuh'-r rv.t tmm voi .-li itiilii'Miship. for tlielt and Koneral pla hie -'i!Kt!i admitted oy M its era ff.-I. The Lvillis eoacli, to 1" tlw l,...;:t ho had ever seen The lu'Vi?" i;ame developed into a ia-st. rotiuh frame, wilH no luddt lai -retl. Menu i." ton lads attmipt"! . nip ,-iu st ra mhl up. Iut the l.t-si th I'.iulil do was a 11 t 10 si'or at th -iui of the fir-t halt' in tlio beeond session t'oach Junes' ti.su in iiuiclb rolled up pt.inti. chiefly throw iae ftud Uir-wir.rj of Kyle, who missed ,1.1 fie'Ut of 11 tries. He was eas- .y ihe -.tar of the came. Cacy at SERIES DISASTROUS FIRES DOES MILLIONS OF DAMAGE; - SPY PLOT IS RESPONSIBI Mile of Municipal Docks, Seven U. S. Depot Quartermas- -ter Warehouses and Several Oil Barges Destroyed ; at Newark ; CelLs Mills and Smith Drydock company plants at Baltimoie Complete Loss; WestihghousjB 4 Factory Making Signal Corps Equipment at Buffa- , Jo Burned With $200,000 Loss. 'fl BALTIMORE, Jan. 28. The I Anicrleflu steamer Peepvrater, j loading grain for Italy, mysterl- , ouslj cauglil fire today. The en tire crew was aboard. Trtien the fire mas discovered. Several ) hundred barrel of beiutiie and ' I gljcerlne were aboard. It Is be lieved to be part of the sabotage program. NEW YORK, Jan. 28. Seven t'ntt cd States depot quartermaster ware houses, a mite of municipal docks at Newark and several oil barges burn ed this morning'. The storehouse were empty. " New York fire boats saved the submarine boat corpora tions plant where federal ships are building. Secret service men were ruslied to the scene to round-up sus pects.. Soldiers dynamited the build ings between (lie docks -and ship- yards. The oil from the barges at the dock, spilled on tlio Ice. caught fire j and spredd tho blaze. The soldiers fired to keep the crowds back, caus ing rumors of a battle with spies. The shipbuilding plant Is the largest In the country. Rumors of a spy plot to destroy the submarine boat corporation were circulated a week ago, resulting tn ; the-snipping, board sending 3M sol diers to patrol the yard In addition to the Newark police. A tratnload of coal ncr the shipyard caught fire. Archie A. Mouser. Pendleton. Carl 15. llehberg. Ukiah. I-awrenco C. Brown. Portland. 'William Wilbur Wales. Carbonado. Wash. John Wallace Michael. Pilot Rock Herman Mocbius, Portland. John Paliogiauias. Ciibbon. William M. furham, Roy. Wali. Kayuiond A. Marks, Nanipa, Ida. Elmer A. Willis. Umatilla. Theodore G. Zlm merer. Pendleton. Henry L. ymilh. Milton.. (Continued on Page 4 ) CAMP LEWIS IS HEALTHIEST CAMP CAMP LEVTIS. Jan. 26. Governor) Burnquiyt of Minnesota, here Investl- sating tho complaints of unhealthy western army camps, sa this camp's mortality rate la the lowest In the nest. TEAMS WIN LAST NlGHTi Suard played w ell. and Tharp ah;t a 'puP'e- , Milton Flt Oerald, local cap- tain, lsft ht3 coal chute at home and ... ,, h , ,.n, , . innumerable shoti strajiorn. a. fcathertrelght. and T. Straughn. a ' blonde, substituted for tHz Herald i rapid succession. Hall. In spite of Iris vtaOng locks, played a rattling gwd faro", .keeping Cnaey. eal renter. 1 on the. .tump. . Superior play ing from wtilr.tl to j vwusue tens ine Fiorv OI me pun J came. Veva Cook threw nine b.3- i kets .-ut'I one foul and her rnnulm? nl.lt',. Aliv l'iniiell. dropped six! rinci?. The teams lined up as follons. I counted fsernln's speech a another Pendleton boys Kvie, 21. I 111 . positive peace Mep. In official ctr eral.i. t. stialiorn. forwards; Casey. ,-1 the inanv pouit.i of agreement center: Thai p. 4. 1 lud -son, St ra iiitlin, j bet ween Ciermn and Wilson's alm quants, Hvnniaton; ni-f"y. in, c.ar- iicr. A. forwards; 1L II. t. liter, lii y- uit. AKiM's. miai'di. Ilal.-ll. traids; M. Jritll, V. 1'oltou. Kmird V. Wwjdford. Uoordin-T to uflcun orTlcUl. Titekr ra.-hek. centers- l'endleton, V. t'ooU. 13. A Klnncll. 12. forwards: Edith Tiling. Jean Folom M. rheli. M. H- Hartnett. centers; II. NiUoii, Thompson, M. iiurca, uuard. FIRE tS STEAMER. . K- ATLANTIC PORT, Jan. 1. Fire was discovert! in Ute bold of a larga UrltLsh straaarr. It was-soon con- trolled. A spy plot is rnmored. r, ; ' DRYlOCK LOSS SlXXVOOO. I f BALTIMORE Jan. The state. and government Is cooperating; Inrea Ugatlng early morning fires deaiiuy Ing the Cells mills and Smltti PrydooW Company plails.. both of .Which.. bp working on war contracts. Incea disrism la Indicated. The damage la nearly a million. , . . . j , WESTTNGHOrSE PLANT CTUCR. BUFFALO, Jan. M A amtptdOut fire destroyed the loca Westing boa e factory making; signal corps equip meut. The loss Is 2OO,0W. . v , . . j LETTER GAVE WARNING. . y. WASHINGTON, Jan. e A jnya terlona letter warning President Wil son of a national, plot .to destroy docks and war plants Is being used tn connection with the Investigation 'of today's fires. The letter,- which was considered at a cabinet meeting Jan uary 15 said the plots would be ef fective Tuesday. This caused tn guarding- of plants and docks ery where. WILSON BEGINS I FIGHT TO SAVE: THOMAS LlOOIlEi WASHINGTON.-' Jan. . S. Ia ac cordance ith tbe report of bis clal Investigating oommlmton, that the suvernor and people of CallSoT ida be appenleil to If , too supreme cvurt overrulea Moewr's appeal for retrial, tbe Presideiit has wriuca tbe Boternor or California urgls; fa orablo consideration of the car. WASHIxaTOX. ; Jan. J. Presi dent WllBon today began- an opea fight for the life of Thomas "Mooney. convicted in the San FrajteiacM tumnh I plot, followtns; the report of Uia iu ! veKtigating commission. ' ! . I Tlie case is one of the most - dnv matic in the national- lecal - history owing to its crave local and Interna tional aspects. It has resulted In wide spread strikes and disorders through out the west, rioting about the Am erican embassy at Petrorrad. threats ,on tno 11,0 of tn American arabassa. dor there and disquietude through out the labor world. . The report plain ly Intimates tha.t Mooney was a "franie-up-1 victim' on dubious ttsh mony. It recommends that the Pres ident urge the governor aad people of California to- grant a new trial If the California supreme court ' refuses to grant an appeal from Mooney's death sentence. - '"..: U. S. TROOPS BATTLE WITH CARRANZISTAS ! - nau ana cnuing lius Enomtac aea hoVe. Over frte huudrcd ahota en fired. Oue Amcrlcaa etas wooaded. VATICAN REGARDS CZERNIN S SPEECH BIG PEACE STEP KAME .Tan :s The Vatican Art cited as evidence of the rrad'ial ! bulldihr; of a bajlc Ktructurs on ' v h icli peace "will later be erected Pi'tt. I. A. jTh.it there would bo oniltMlonj and rucrvjtiuns w to b expected. riLcrvution-i w lo b., expected, ac- ; attitude distinctly opt UnUtie. 1 The Italian rrrM, Imwuvvr, r j fleeted ltah.ni ofTlclalffvin'tf vlw tiuU no hincero or jcvnuine deire fvr (macmi U coutuiijtd lit fcltbcr aHcte.