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WEATHER FORECAST Tonight fiilr nnil colder: Thtirtday fair. i DAILY EVENING EDITION Nitmlier coiilrw primed or jeslerda' , Dally IXiUon. 2,7fi5 Tills paper Is member of nn! auilllesi bf the Audit Jltifcau of Circulation. CITY OFFICII PAPER COUNTY OFFICHAL PAPER NO. 9345 DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1918. VOL. 29 I I f l! BERLIN STRIKE GROVS, SOCIALISTS ARE UNITED LABOR UNREST I 13 SPREADING LIKE WILDFIRE! Entire War Industry is Re ported Paralyzed; Disor ders Arc Frequent. DISTURBANCES AMONG MEMBERS KIEL FLEET Tremendous Significance i , Attached to Union of Socialists. i AMSTi:mf. Jan. ao. The nrannnrr Vbrwacrls says I hat half a million strikers were out In llorlln Monday, flu- airplane factories oIomnI, u railway slrlko Ih likely and disorder Is frouncm. It Is mxirlcd hmh' Kriii Mark ers iuv sinking; nnil !' enure wwr industry In paraly.cl. llnm hunt ship workers null anil Kli'l muiUllon workers qtiii suiiiliiy. In Ithi-iilsh Westphalia I'"' miners arc ipilttliig rapidly .ami Rlrl navy arl workers an; out. nl:M". .I"". 2". Tin" IVankfurler Zcliung ri-clvcu today says loa.oiiO nm striking In Iw-rllii Monday., There were demonstrations lull im proce slon. fOri'Xll fii:. .Inn. :w. l-aic IKTlIn iMilcln' say lu-rlin'x Mrlkc In irniHlinc hmiKy. The iikhpiiii'IiI is xprrailliitf lo llic iiroilni lal louns anil Jlnn.lK ami llnmlmra an- uffrtlMl. wiH-kiiwii's iomiiii-II ir five- liiimlriHl lin liwn foriitril in IIitIIii lo Im n--nntnl hy iIm union r a ionimis slon of Iimi iiM'ii anil wmnin.". Itn nvr art" i'lri'iilml thai ticriiiiin sol dier on I li rail from, shot some ol Ihrlr officers anil there - al- lis tiirhanei aitHMltr llie menilMTS ir llic fl.'rt al Kiel. They linf mil lnN-n ismrirmiNl. All sM-liillst elassi-s hnc Joined in iiiuiiiHI Kurcther -lih ma Jorliy Ms'lallst lender seliliNleiiiaini and lr. Miase. leader of the indcieiid enl. socialists. Tivo workmen lold nn- derWHTisiary of the Interior Von Wall- roir of Ihe foniiailon of a workmen's, (W..,HI and de,a..dl thai "''- ! lli.lLS reiame 10 me sri-n- the prrieniv or Ihe woikmen. , Wailroff pridiihited the lalsir jnecllims and iuiimhiiicisI he'll not ne noiiaio wlih Hie strikers lint Would rftT-ltn n. deleuMlion of the somilc-l iiM-mliers of the Krtelislnir. one dls pnleh says M-enl.v-fie Ihoiisnnd lire striklne. It Is tremcndcinsly slunillcant that ft( helilcmatiu, the Herman majority socialist leader. has Joined with llaase, Idehonr and Tdtiman. Hie minority socialist leaders. luillinq the socialists for Ihe first time Here tofore, Sehcldeniann's Mibsi Tvlonc" t.l the irnvcrillnent iioliey has caused the suspicion lu was a :ovct'iiincnlal tool. I.ast summer tne taisei him beail of the neictiRiar cnniniltlee ... P,,T,uter constitutional deforms, In- ,ll.,l..n- the c-o eriltnenl onslibred him life. t lis wei'k lie i o ,.i,.,n,m of licarl iiml hllteriy a' :illed Von He.rHIng in his lieichstac speech. CHAMBERLAIN DINES WITH W ARSECRETARY As Result of Conference; War Cabinet Bill May be Submerged. , YVA.-tlllN'HTO.V. Jan. .".n Senator fh.imberl.iin and Secretary linker held a "get together" liinclieon. with' linker as host. As a result of this conference, It 'is believed the war cab inet hill may 1,0 submerged. There are also Indications of a compromise In Ihe minister of munitions measure allowing Stetlnins t.i continue as min ister, with his scope llnill. department, purchases. i wa r 2 ENEMY DIVISIONS DESTROYED HOMF-, ifun. Tvo rnoiny will epeei vHlmw -wvro iiiiiilhilniiNl nmiml !- ' eounty hut ii..Kn. ItiM IWUii llMVUotas to Unlla!- ok a Mir minibrr or fciiiK. l.i.ndrl jfriir4 mid "J.-dMr prisoners. Tlio Jtnllaiw liold roldel Itosso ii , Montr li Vol IIHIh, fon lntr tho Tmi-, ton retirement. t WILL SHE DISPLACE I jrirf. i M. .. am, lur-J ii : V 1j ; - v !' i t i IK i ' - I 2 BRITISH TRANSPORTS , AND DESTROYER SUNK, MORE THAN 600 LOST IiXDON, Jan. 30. Northoat of Havrinrnnrt a Jlritish patrol nltitliod a. Ccrmnn posl, Killinff nnil rapturing a nunibfi- of tho pa rris'm. Tho 1 tit isli irnnspnrt Arairo?i :h lorpniluod iiml sunk in tho oM.'-t MrMJilpnnnoan JoroiuhiT .'t't. Six huiMlrrit witi- lost, tlio Ht riijiT rsrninn 1 he violin is al.s. hPltiK: Hiihinarlnoil. . . . . . . , , . A RL FRIEDLY HAS MADE HIS FOURTH TRIP ACROSS SEA Mrs. Mac Frledly lias just received a Iter fioin her son. Farl. why is ' i:i Ho.- i.nvy. lie has completed his founh trip across Ihe ocean and back the last three trips heinjr made since ivtoher n. lie reports the yeas as beli'g very roiiRh. For the last three : nim.llis he has been a first -class sea ! nian on one of Hie r. s. mall ships ' Hiere hcinrc led f.uir mall ship1-. He I a I ' ' reports having met Miss Hazel ;VmIiI, lust werl,, who (sal thlslimr '.visMing friends 111 New York lie was imlled out to take dinner and cx I prersed himself as having c niot de jliu'litfll ei.ning, Mis Wyriek being the fiit person lie had seen of 111." ' old nconaintrinces sln-.'c being iians-fiii-nd to Hie si. Louie from the I're.l. ii. l Vi.-I April ulf Hi'1 coast of s.iu'.i l!i -'e, I allfornla. Mi'ildl ily with those peopli meddle with von, and not always t hem. THIRD LIBERTY MAY BE DOUBLE THAT OF 2ND LOAN, NO LENIENCY FORCOUNTY Oref-on's "I'mta f the thint lihert.v .inn will he heavier than the spooml loan Mimta nnd may he twlee as rreat. 'Hie npinlmi i"reailliKr ftl Ihe eontVr enee In I'mlland yeslenlay Is that he tvern J (".unit Htiti and S.'.n.iHiO.niMl witl have ( he raNed hy ihis stale. The a unl t' he asl.etl of I'nta ttt!:i i nty will iii piir.Mmily he hrrvlei than previously and ihe task el rail-In nntney here will he dlt't'l piih Ih-i.iim- of heay past ennirihn ih.ns and the hi,' ineome and cM'-'S" profits (aes heinu paid. The third drle will start nlumt .Mareh I. In iMitland yeierday W. I. Thompson made a i lea for lenfenej for mis lonntv Iterance of I heso run iU L.i.s I mi In w as only lain' hod a: .y 1 hi So limn less jii-oNpereu t loitj. of the l. hp. Tne Slat ni 'uanU.it ion a mil fhowim? from thls ii is ; lanuod to apportion! iie ous rather than to the : ta untie-, l.asln?reaeh (owns ipto- nave iron nnaoio in seenre imp nin hs hank th'ioslts. , oy lor the purpose. ITvou where the As siir-esied hy ,le rommlttee ye- see rry Is uno,nest ioned and I'linmw terday lanls will he akod to enri' of pmiii are eertain. suoh Invest the bonds lor three juontlia for sub-' n.cniP ate heing tahooed. 4 THE MESSENGER BOY? ' lit some messenger offices In tho I'n'ted Slates, the one shown in this I hr.to for Inslance, ihV inesen?er plrl proved a. success. , Slie dollvert--tn.ire messapes than llii' rriess'cnffcr ' oy. and ib'tcs It V'ith less friction and i lore politeness. She Is not snail- like: she hnslles. Perhaps, that Is dun to the fact .-he Is new at the jotli cept that explanation; tliev feel she 1 ho demands of tlie people to throw terkman, jailed for urok-lnir to In ulll remain belter than tlie Is. v. She ran-(iermaiiistns militaristic yoke. ! rtllp(, lllr.u , , register, lias been won't smoke anil she won't loaf onj'1'"' movement lias been wiconrni-il , fonflrmnl In official dispatches. It j-ir't ciij ihtm, nctr will who lny frnps. S.i ilifr1 is a sironj; tointodoy to nx- :t ii t d nyt-ftiliiPS;- ri i ho nir-Pn-rr nr. IjH in:iy she live! -a at Tho Ar.iRon carried two thons-, ami. Tho atixilliary transport Omnanrl, on rr vine eiht hxinrlrod wmj snlitnarinf;d a. rlay later. Sinro tho Htnrt of tho war, Rritain haw transported olovn million men with tho loss of nino t ransportM aiul nine thousand mon. The air raid last night killed three and injured ten. The invaders were repel led before penetrating tho eity's defense. yet nun rix WTIJL EVKR SI'tMIT M MllMi i;Mm.Kl PARIS ISI-AND. S C. .Ian. 3a. No fratilein, or whatever it is they call a. pin-feat bored broil er under lien Linden, will ever sport a Marine t'orps ornament at the end of lier hat pin if Ihe oath taken today by a recruit company of 1'. S- Marines In training here, means anything. Tills company, (designation and destination deleated by censor), in formal conclave, swore to de stroy their corps devices and to loso their lives if need be rath er than see their honored em blem l'a.11 Into the hands of the enemy lo be worn by his w'om en as a token of victory. III? ATI WO R1--SIGVS. rtl'IA IIAGI-:V. Jan SO. The res Itluatioii nf Itiimanian Premier lira w ho liano and Ihe lipixiintlliciit of Gcner wlth al Avoroseii as hi'- suci'essor is re liorted hy ricrlin. LOAN QUOTA sorloerp . it ( sired, al the rale of in terest tlosipnatetl In t he hand. In tt re-a chnruc ii after tho throe months p.Tiod at the regular hank rnlo. StiHHMilatioii I Doomed. , lloea u-e o( i he elst iit enndll ion and the h.nrdrn of floating Ihe ihlrd lean Ihe hanks are riiridly plaelni; a lnn on loans for speenlathe purpos es and upon a II invest meat loans five In' lihrrly honds. This polley h.,s heen In vone in J'endleton for some, ilays past wit h l ho result real estaio trading has heen praetieally ahamloned "If w Ml ho neeessary to eliminate all I'Vpemlii ure-i e- pi for neeesst I lop." sa ys M r. Thoiipson asking t ha t ho he o noted to t hat of feet as ( ii.tirman of tho llheny loan eommit- te. in 1'maiilla roumy. Nomerfus rnes nro reported of late when men de.-drlmr to hny land OPEN DEALING OF II. S. Grave Situation Revealed by Demands of People toi ! Throw Off German Yoke. I MORAL OFFENSIVE IS ' WINS A A HIGHLY ENCOURAGING PETROGRAn, Jan. an. An an- nrrhist group of- BoMiers and work- Rltrh Of fifiak RellPVP TheVP n"m ir"lslnefors. inland, sent an mll UUIUdlhBUine IJieif . llltlmnt,lm. that tne American amhas- 1S Ground foi Coilfi- lador "would be hPW personally re- . ' . sponslbl for the life and liberty of denCC in Outcome. i Alexander Herkman." the anart hist , convlned In America nf combatting ; ..,.l. , - t , the draft. liler the bolshevikl re- i WASHINfiTO.V, Jan. S...-T he , nor(p tho ,.aptnro of ,feIslnKfnrs :rest in Uerniany iin.l particularly m!f,om the Finnish revolutionists. AilHtria-llnncary is attributed by. . officials lo ihe clalR to the "open air diplo - mney." -onfidentuil reports snow a Kravo situation is i.icidk .iimiria. in ror several wccks ny a. wide msirinu- 'lion of America's war aims through 'the dnaJ mnuarehy. . For the first time America has a way of reaehiiiK I the ears or the Austrian people. Con- . fiilential returns or the "moral offen- sive's'V initial results are liiubly en- i couracimr to .'resident Wilson. Of- , tecently denied a petition to stay the liciuls warn the nation shoiil, hi t place execution of his and Emma liold t oo much confidence in ileriiian strikes J man's untences. As soon a.t the hecjiuse the stroufr arm of Teuton j writs are served, they'll begin two militarism still controls: hut in Aus- j year sentences in the federal prison, tria here is ground for confidence j Both have frequently been ehRrRed jin the outcome. with complicity In homh plots. Nole'iet jj'cal,isfiert. 1 In addition to the strikes, great dis satisfaction is reported among the t'zcoh and Slovemsoldicrs who have 1 openly demanded that Foreign Min ister ?Vernin open direct negotiations ! Willi Wilson on peace. The feeling is ('widespread in Austria that. Wilson's 'war aims leavo liUle to fight about. I His avowed determination to have America give and receive pledges as suring national security for all-deep-i ly impressed the Austrian working i men, reports show. I Hiifh officials agToe tho allies must solid ! ;now more than eveer present 'front against Germany, and In the ( ! meantime carry on the work of edu- eating the Cerman and Austrian peo- ; pie in the real purpose of the allies and the sinister purposes of the cen- ;tral empire rulers. ' ' ! AMHlllAAS VHI-; IVII.l.l.W. j ltoMI-:. Jan. 30. William Piatt j and Mellaril rairfield. American.' .....,.1 ..HI, tl, Relilli Red Cross were killed In Ihe Italian war zone by an enemy air raid. DAD RnDS H,M5ELF OF 7rlE "i THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME I i i;CTm .r7.r,:..-: . iTHE ' GREATAMERICAN: HoitE. Just one moph now I rANP THEM VOU CHlLOREisi MOST ls TM THERrS JLlVEP A WTTl-E WlfiV fV 1 y PBNCE3S-HER HA WAS MARV 31 M r: Jane Aho sm WASvecv Mnb- 1 vMK JMNwS F,VERS 0SH veD HEC - SHE ' i 1 1 'ffV 1 r. t- i"ini riiNi;tKroL iHIHGS- I I ' I HI IV mm .. . u-siv'rs f ' v. - SEVENTEEN HUGE TRANSPORTS FILLED WITH II. S. TROOPS AMD SUPPLIES THREATEN TO HOLD U.S. AMBASSADOR AS RFRKMAN'S SFCIIRITVi , , . , -on."1 Anarchist Group of So diers , and Workmen at Helsing-1 fors Send Ultimatum. ; -vA3IIlvr.TriV. Jan. .10' The an- i atchistlc. threat to hold the ambassa- ; dor lo n,.ssa responsllile for Alex , 1K Imt determined what action will i lo laiPn n 1P ease, 'jt Is believed - .lin bolshevik! will be asked If It eountenances such action. Borkman j (. w,.i known in Russia, his relatives :(,UIK leaders in revolutionary moves j ,,c rPeent years. The supreme court; VEBURG WILL TAKE GAS ENGINE COURSE A. Veburg. recent addition lo the high school manual I ruining staff. Llcft last night for Spokane where he w ill lake the' Holt Manufacturing; Co. course in gas engines. Although hired more or less es pecially for (he forginR and heavy gas engine course which has been given' at the high school for the past two years, Mr Veburg- was not ac- luainted with the caterpillar type of machine. iience nm scnoui uuuiu agreed to send him to Spokane at the hoard's expense for this last course. Mr. Veburg arrived In rendleton : last Sunday night direct from Minne- j apolls, where he has been instructor j for several years in the grade w'ork j , of that city. ARTIIJ.KKY iA'FXM R C.K. r-Mtls. .Ian. :tn. An artillery duel ; rased Inst night at. llnrtmaii.wellcr- kopf. German patrols were i-aptiired ! on Hie. Lsne sector. on imiin u" ARRIVE Units Quietly Assembled and Heavily Convoyed Cross Unmolested by Spies or Submarines; Vessels Used Were all Former German Ships Including the Giant Leviathan, Formerly the Vater land; in Commission Ten Months Earlier Than Expected; ARE ORDERED UP FOR EXAMINATION Tho following drafted men have been ordered to report to X)r. I. J MoFatil for physical examination on February 4. Forrest I- 7. or ha, Athena. Ttiorel Peterson, Helix. Tom Johnson, Pendleton. Joseph MlnzuUi, rklah. C harles K. Voile, Feho. Wllklns Williams, Pendleton. Walter K. Owen. Pendleton, Charles II. Griffin. Milton. J. C. Yardlcy, Kianfletd. Yed Otto Marlow, Adams. Herbert C. Parker, Atlwna. Jonathan O. Thome, Holdman. Itay C Keliberg-, Albee. i-'raneis O. IcI-auelilin, Ourdane. J-'jnory T. Ilaneoek, I'matilla. Nell Itix k, Ktanficlil. t'luirles I. Itusscll, Athena. Kay I.. Jay. Hermlstoii. John Ij. Johnson, N'olln. Kaymond Clark, 1'klali. Thomas B. Samuel, Seattle. Omar Stnuhle, Portland. i:dw-arrt J. Hnstetter. Walla AValla. I red Ortlu Portland. l orlM-tl 11. Kriges, Walla W alla. - Kser l. Hanson, I'ortland, lallas C, Ilarrineton, Itrogan, Ore. ..Jess O. Wardlow. Walla Walla. Walter J. .MePherson. Ctorrallls. Waller I- llasile, t'orvallls. Clayton II. llenning, Knappa, Ore. XTRA WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. Tho In terstate commerce commission grant ed all transcontinental railroads an Increase in commodity rates from eastern points to the Pacific coast to ; Ihe level or ihe Intermonntain rates from Ihe Mime points, making these blanket rates. It also granted antlinmiy to increase export, comniixi- Hy rates from tlie cast lo coast ports FRANCE FRENCH CITY, Jan. 30. The gigantic steamer Le viathan, formerly the Ger man Vaterland, has arrived at a European port carrying thousands of American sol diers. The voyage was un eventful and no submarine was sighted. It is permitted also to announce that fifteen other seized German vessels jhave arrived in Europe safe jly, bringing thousands of troops and thousands of tons of supplies. All are in com I mission ten months sooner than the. former German jcrewi) believed the damage I'could be repaired. Half a 'million tons of former ene my shipping is now active. WARirtVOTON. Jan. SO The na tion was thrilled at the safe arrival of 17 huee transports In France with thousands of troops, supplies and nurses to battle. Ihe. 'kaiser. The units were assembled quietly at thelt cmbarkatlon points and left In con voy of a hure naval force. They ' crtseed unmolested by spies or sub marines. BRITISH IN AMERICA MAY BE DRAFTED WASHINGTON, Jan. .3'.'. Britain and Canada have agreed that tho United States mav draft their sub- ' , ts h . into the army. secretary 'Lansing announced to the senate. Ha ,h Tlr-lilshei-s and Canadians wfmld he Biven a specified time to re- turn to tneir own country for enlif t ment, but afterward would be sub ject to American draft. Lansing reported the agreement would also apply to Americans of draft age in England and Canada English and Canadians between "'J and 40 are affected. Each country has the right to apply for exemption in the case of any of its subjects it does not want withdrawn for mili tary service. The report was referr ed to the foreign relations committe. It said the agreement was uniformal ly signed, but otherwise complete. TEN MILLION LOSS CAUSED FROM FLOODS Crest of Great Ice Jai i Reached Today; Hundreds of Steamers are Sunk. CINCINNATI. Jan. ja. Ttio .of the flood to ea king the ice and . tstmvlnc rier properly arrived tot ' ' Ice tloes are tearing -.le.iiaO. launches and barges from Hieii mooi 'lugs, some going lo Hie bottom, .a-' ers carried on. A property l"s. over ten million Is estimated as t" tPsiill of the II."). Is . "Cling pari; llilo. Kentucky. We-l Virginia. diana. Illinois and Pennsylvania. 1--:' nesseo's loss In river t'oats alone i.- two million, while many bridges u" gone. There were three deaths I West Virginia. la gan. In West V irginia. I" ' ! wor.-t hit town. H Is silll isolal-.l no. dark because the power plant, I P -phone ami telegraph services W':i. carried on'. Slide, stopped trj," schedules iii all part'" of these slice Many mines are Hooded and II 1 i he weeks before they are drained. c4Kli:i". Ills., Jan. .Ti. Klghty f -ur river steamers were torn from lie:: moorings by lee gorges in the T-nio -see and I'hlo rivers nhich pus here today Ten MemlhoHl sank !- tween l'ailucas and nere ana i crews are ats.ur.1 nearly ail the r o aw ays.