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Number oopilcs in-lntcd of yesterday' Daily Kditlon. 1 2,719 ThJa paper I a number of and anditcd by Uio Audit Bureau of Circulations. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER JTTf.l I. 1.1 . . .11. , I HHP. IWHHI..11IL l...ri 1 TT Ifllll III I I II. . 11 mi mi fTV - v S 43 I T '. r -;4r?M " mr 11 n ml mmm mwwwiwmwmmmjuii V : f JS-s-ig-'sss-rfcs.g f X... s. r. Miami in-in 1 1 mi " .niw jMwwia mifiwiMmmi in iminiimuwi ." Ihff iT- rVTf fa, wir.'ie'- .msr IP CM -a B""flkA- a yyyes ':NV ffl DAILY EVEIII'lS EDiTlB'l WEATHER FORECAST Tonight and Wednesday fair, haavy front tonight. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER VOL. SO DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1918. NO. 9410 GERMANS CAPTURE NIGHT; HEAVY BAILLEUL FIGHTING HUN WARLORDS WILLING TO SACRIFICE MILLION AND HALF SOLDIERS IN WEST 3559 TOTAL CASUALTIES ; 1 i . : o I" . tI j THE COLORS PASS-PRESIDENT AND MRS. WILSON IN BALTIMORE, LIBERTY DAY 1L . . . " ... --ii Socialists Quieted by Prom ise of Victory Within De signated Limit. GERMANY STAKING ALL UPON DRIVE Restless Populace Held by Promise of Bloody Plunder. CARli 1. UltOAT. WA.SI.;TOX. Airll 16. ficr niany in ireiarwl to wantc niore tlian million live In llio weal front of-fi-iudve, according- to Information ro uHvrd hero today Social It and mllitarlKt leaden arc n-Mrtl to liMif conferred heforo tlic drive began, rcoHilnir the undiTntand. Iiut tliat tlio radical would not oi powi objection a Ion a tlHVcanuai Uea do not exceed the million and a half mark. VKTOIIY lKOMISK.I. SECRETARY BAKER IS HOME AGAIN WASHINGTON. April 16. Secretary Uaker returned to an Atlantic port thin morning. He notified by long1 distance tele- phone the offlcoals here that he would soon return to. report the results of hJ Investigations in France. FOR AMERICA 246 Men All Told Killed in Action; 1783 Have Been Wounded in Fighting. SHOW SUPERIORITY TO HUNS IN BATTLE TRACK MEET IS SET TOR WALLA WALLA "They Are Big Bums" is Characterization by -Yankee Private. Allen McLean, athletic manager at the high school, thin morning an jnounced that the K astern Oregon Military leaders pledged their word truck meet will be held here May 11. they could achieve the purpose? jand a mwt with Walla Walla the first without Incurring such canuali.es, 'Friday in May. If the high school though lately they have been inclined j wins the Eastcen Oregon meet this to warn Germany that all gains have, year they may keep the cup, given by been at frightful cost. Heyond xtho ;.the Oregon Agriculturul college, million and a half mark the social-j which they now have In their pos Ista say they are unprepared to stand session. -im j cannon A four mile relay race will be held for reckless use of men fodder : next Friday, each class entering four The Herman nation was Informed imeo In this event. The class winning WASHINGTON. April 16. The to tal casualties of Americans abroad are killed In action 246; by accident 189; killed or priaonered 15; died of dis ease Ski; lost at sea 237; died of wounds 79; suicides, death by un known causes, gas, etc., 4 5 ; civilians killed 7; wounded 1783; captured 43; missing ST; unaccounted one. Aggre gate 9559. (.rcut Jilfc limn. WITH THK AMKHICAN ARMY IN FRANCE. April 16. letalls of Sun day's battle of the Meuse prove that the Americana are masters of the Germans. The boches best stormers j made the attack. Irlh, Italians, Pules, Knglish and Scandinavians were in the American force which rc- 1 pulled the Germans. In a three hour j fight 400 boches were hurled back, i losinit 64 dead, 11 prisoners and 22 j mltrailleueses. .The Americans are' laden with souvenirs as a rosult of the i ... -V!V.v:.-, . i k. vs, -i 4rf V . . KoaMMi i.it. xMHaJia -A.it.JiW -,-Jw - ? f i.iir.iin 11111111111 ill H i miOGRESS SUCCESS OF STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE TO ENEMY the offensive would succeed and thA.lho race will receive a cup which is to counter. bloody dreams of plunder would J , be given by the Uachelor Clnb of the realised. Hehlnd these pledges IleJthlgh school and Is now an display In the explanation of sudden scrapping ( Sawtelle's window. A medley race of peace talk. wM be held tho following Friday, far NO KMI'TV 111 HASH, .which a cup will be awarded by the The Xmerlcan government has pos- 'Jolly Uachelor club. Itlve Information that the ''staking of everything on the west front drive" Is no empty phrase with Germany. The use of men In waves to be mowed down lie grain before a reaper Is evi dence of the Teuton program- Ths j fact that the German people are not objecting Is now explained by, this pre-offenslve agreement and promts- at r.r vlnti.rv a Viu1 v mllltarv lfU d - ii n. i u y WANTS WILSON TO" SETTLE IRISH ROW ' A Yankee private aav? They are great big burns, yellow clear through.! era- i HAN FKAN'CISCO. pay O'Connor who has been touring riAMia n v alinnlal uulil 1 hn ttfh, .la, r.lullon of no annexation, and 1th" ,Vni l,,Mt" ' "urrylnK to . Wa.h- n.rindemnllle. "f Z' ? .r"" .. i. u (Irish situation is Hcute. The pan-German organ Tagllsche . . . . , . .! 1 fel during th s romp rated and Rundschau reveals the new stand and . .. . . . ' . . J . ... .. .. ... i perilous political situation for Ire and says that .Chancellor von llertling ' . . v , BULLETINS TORONTO April JO Tho I owl It u; diM'ks of the Harris ablwttfdr pi u nt and stfN'kyardn here are imrtlally In ruiitM. 1 ho fire damauru Is estimated at a nillloii dolluru. Iure quuntitic-s o food wero destroyed. MAYOR ASXS ALL ;: BOYS TO ENROLL IN WORKING RESERVE Haig's Men Give Way Under Strong Attack, but Brit ish Line is Not Broken; Artilleryihg as Active on the Somme Front. LONDON, April 16. Bailleul, one of the most im- , portant stra'tegic points in the northern portion of the j Flanders salient has been captured by the Germans, lHaig reports. ' "We have " fallen " back ' north of Bailleul. The Brit ish abandoned Wulverghem, but the Germans are unable I to occupy the latter as it is dominated by the Messines '.Ridge and is rendered unten able by the British artillery. , TAKEX AT NIGHT, r ' ' ' ' (William Phillto shnm) WITH THK ItttlTISH All-MIKS I.V FRANCE. April 16. ThoUmntn. . In BalUtni. Von Htctttn'a fnrfv(raopH attacked from Uie mailt wnlle tea Carlowlta tuurled bat Mom troop, nortlitrard past the city on the east. MONEY RAISING ENTERPRISES j sr..rhtS: A B air "JITNEY DANCE TONIGHT WILL , OPEN SERIES OF RED CROSS A jftney dance this evening at Hup- and Mr. Estes made a showing of the i v Canvon under the direction of ,tho ' r,eed for funds. Mr. Thompson es. Civic Club and a dinner, auction sale threatened the socla lists he'd resign If that platform was followed. There upon the majority factious accepted the new program, which follows: ' Annexation of French territory. Incorporation of the Relgian coast and Flanders Into Germany, and the payment nf a large Indemnity by the western power to Germany. It Is learned that Germany I" hop ing to collect an Indemnity from Am erica the Roches believe America's part In the war will be meager. Said and expressed the belief tint ! I 'resident Wilson's views will hate a gnat weight in the final decision of tho IrNh 4piestlon. Texas Today Goes Into Dry Territory ACSTI.V. Tex.. April 16. The en- furi'oitioiit i tf tho ait it I it w iirili i lii t Th. k-adra are trying lo mak j 1(f ,he of 1((U(ir wlhn , of military and naval estitblihnienr 'and shipbu tiding plants places Texa.s today In the list or dry states. One bjiindred and eighty four sa loons at Fort Worth went out of business: NEIL JOHNSON DIES ArTKR iiim;si; gamklkrk. hK'AI .- April to. Mayor llansou today IknuinI a ami tie: that all ori cntaN fatight guiablliig' will tin dc imrtrd hm a rtnul of (iMtiiMaitns that I Kdhv am tiiMtnir prottlon nioii. ey from (Ik ( IiIim-ms ioiilt o AtTIUsi;s. STII.I.W A li;it. Ok la.. r( m Whilo some iMkmlNr hchl Iwk the Ndlco w It Ii rtvol I he remainder of a party of M wonwn tnrrrd and 1 j feathered two iiiirrwss uihI fonxl J I tlieni to Icatc the courtly iKniiiiM thej . ) hud an objcrtlotiablc hliow. ! OKI-GOV MAX MI-'S. j OITAHA. Airil It. i. '. Rwlre ;ditl In ilitt 4 Mitadlati army In IrHiiiv. tiirdiuc tao a dKpnt-h tolay. His ! In me wuh In Sllverton, t)rcf(oii. In compliance with requests of the State Council of Defense. Mayor J. L VauKhnn has issnc-d the following proclamation urging- local registration of hoys in the Roys' Working Reserve; Whereas, the Nat ion 1 government with the cooperation of the Council of National Defense, hus inaugurated a nation-wide campaign for the en rollment of nil hoys between the ages of ii anil 21 years an a I Joys' Work ing Reserve t meet the crisis of the shurtago of la bur in I he agricult urai industries, and Whereas, t he oitkhii State Council t0t Defense lots deicnalt d the week commencing April K.th for the en rolment of all bo if mm h use In the state of Oregon, mid such enrollment imw being conducted in Cmutilla t V-unly by the locn I n unity cumin it -tee of the Junior I led Cross aided by a cniniuiitee of boys from the lo-n umn st NiMii. Thompson. I, John Vaughan. mav.-r of thu c'ty ui I'endletMii. do heren moI uiu the : tlmates that, because of the increased doemand for knitted earments and ad dance in the near future are two , bepaU8e tm? chater nad obligated IU of the means by which funds nro tojseie to furnish a stated amount ot life raised to enable the I'matllia i hospital garments and supplies, $7009 County chapter of the Red Cross to would be needed to run the chapter continue unabated Us war work un- ' until June 30. At present there is til the chapter's share of the fund.! only a few hundred dollars on hand, from the forthcoming war drive are Auction Off Anything, available. The auction, which will he staged Not since last ThII has there been j on a huge scale. Is already being; ar il n nlertuinntent In I'endletnn f'r ! ranged for by Mr- Kstes and his corn- most baNtaOns or an agrkNrneraloBi of protirorranves rixins; out of the other--else flat lowUuids of rlandcra. ItULvhlng up rc in f trcmeAi Xh Hlnden-biirg- is attacking; heavily from Mrr illo to Neuve ICRii.se. (This talce in the entire fighting; ornter of the- German drive. 1-Vom Mervltle to Xetive l-rllwe fat 1 1 snhVa but the battle front cotcth miles emliraelmr Merville, 'teux-Derquiii. Merrfa, 3leteren, Bailleul and Neuve Ksrllse.) ROMBAHDET) rTHST. A heavy trench mortar bombard- , . . . . . . . . L m mwr i ,7. tin , fU-ers rliscHiniulne nil siu-h ironm- : dnniite to Ihe l:ed frotlsK and which) fuiHlti wt i cuultl Bold for money In aked to tin- Ucrawn AHine cwr"H and die- 117 and the 1 1 til ' als l)(4uusr' fiil"fir j'nl .... I Ka 1 I 1-.... ,. , liinn-.. All n,o,t iH-ncnta draw -noncy fmm .he ,hiK from' a , fr en .o a combined TSZlSTSrmm ramo .c.ide. However n..w that a harvester. Already a bi elk head a ,Jim UrMbJ, Uurn I3stes. chairman o proceed. t expensive nrtlejr have been contrib- j utetb However, nothing will le too dKlKtoia.. At leaxt tluree dltiKftona fol- Hallleul was taken during; Hie night. Ie ItAvetwbura' ridge also falling:, .ortli of. Mertiilo- the FROM "TICK" EEVER COURT CHANGES I DECISION UPON Death from spotted nr "tick" fever i as the fato of Nell Johnson, well known sheepherder whise home waa ; In Ia Grande but who had lived In j I'endletoii at different times. THOMAS IS srsi;Di;. J Mil AGO. Ari Ifl. rnrft'-xir Thoma In i Iw wmtl nothv today of Ids tn tension from the MM-iology ' dt'iMirliiu-tit of f ho t Idea to .1 iilterslty : owing lo tin etkaro of dlHrdeii tun. i .llMt f llfXl aajr.li.lht I 111 I (M fa a.u k atitil I UMAliLLA LAjL aml MrN- Wr. wife of uu army (Week hciunfim on this K.th day ,i (April as JJni ulluirnt Wet k f r tho 1 I'nited States Hovs" W-.rl ing IJturvt i for the City tif I'etulleton. und d' j bereltv rail u on und urge all lorn1 organizations and citizens to. patrl- utaiiy uiu and usi.si in mid enroll uuthorlxml J. H cntertali-nieniK t t v.- t ,lt .LUU iMJi in ii t; -u. u too mruB 14)rny attacked fiervly itUmMuu to lV'"'""y TIT ,' h" "P f"r""e 'lhe h,hCT wd-Unn'o BJfTZtlZ .ift.nmon oted its alin.xal of the -dor. Ln !.. J.. i- lrooral to hiild u hiir uucliim nail Tho ('ate of the auction will be an- , ,, nn ..- ... Hl'ly Can v on when XV. l , nounced later hut it wil probably ..,o t fcw -. .. he place within the next fo weeks. illM. tiemmtKi WW( snia.sl.cl befun ; rrwhiuc; lla-lr obicctlTca aid thrown i tn the himuiic rnmt tltc f German artllU-ry l Kecdiiur "!. The ul a rni y Ik IH-Mlins with auiu. There it cunilcrable! xtu-lllnjc f villages be hind the llrttMt lines. lr.locht of th' cimplor. j WOMEN FORM SOCIETY TO URGE WAR SAVING officer. Iat, .1 111 :ay a( l iHlhlr.n. ureon. this ot April. 1 a 1 x . J U. VAI C1IA.V. Maor. MALUM. tre.. April IS. The opin- I IIIAt ll Mkl'. ItAIKS Tb'j ion by JiiiIku McCainnmnt Klvrn totl it j I'AIIIK, all IB. Tin- I ri'iK h raid- body wan hruuirht here yeHterduy and luxhfiod tho suiireine court', form-, r cd Hiicct-vrull lite Tonl and 4'Ih-iiiIii. burial tnHde ul the city cemetery. fplnhn of the I'mutllla adJuiliiHtion hs.-la4iicN MciiirN wlicrc Ihc Kiuoniic Mr. JohiiHon had been bitten by a cae. The water mauler, rlahl to ro-arc fliihlliitt. hwu tick and lecame ill ut Welxir. a'e Ihe water and make rule, for Us Idaho, on April t. dlatrlbullon are rrt nitiilx i. but each Ho wb about f t year, old and a claimant I. entitled the full amount of native of Denmark. Ho wan nlmtle water allowed by court. and ao far a. la known had no rela l!l live. In t his country. When in Pen dleton he made hlH home with Mr. and Mr I K. Karl and they took charge of hla reuiHin.. He had made hi. homo In La (.ramie for the poat , fea' year, and owned a .tool: farm In , Ihe hill, lack of I .a (lruniie. i GERMAN WOUNDED ARE PROBLEM 10 KAISER DI- ATH I UIE MM I S. WASMI.Xt.TOX, April ll(. Tbe ileatli penally fsr Kte and tcroitt i Inlerferliig- wlih the army or naty prm bled by a bill introduced Imlay 1 liy Niiator i 'huiiitM-rltilti. CHICAGO SOLDIERS MAY FACE CHARGES The War Savin So.i tf Mhlt h piedue tiit iu.'-t even thing imt rt-ivw. n? servalioti of htaltn itti-i to do e er thmu stimulate tin Sid--.-'taiii.l. ns vi siiii a inei-tnig ot th 1 Nat mnal Woiin'ii's f ense. Tor eall f.T t he Sorii'ly W.if Hill e' i-ty, mciiibers quarters ami Mrs. T. U. Hampton, vi s ti uireu president of the loeal chapter, and It. for The pre- T. l'ishtp. in eliate of the W. K. 8. liu'ieue: afd campaign in this county, preset; ted the th.-ir pnw-r ti nf W ar S in' t. il la -st ev eii'n rft ii -ha( tt-r "f th( C.tiineil of De- ioii of t 111' ta t e 1: t in! - subject. ForM - itiht ladies My ned the I'MtiKi! last ihi iiuik and Alr. H. A. I.. well was elected itutirniaii and Mrs. Dean Tatom s.-ei etur.v . Other meet, ins will be hi Kl 8..011 and plans laid tt. in f t-ase the membership of the tr ' -,m 'felt urn and carrv out the objects the orKanijitmn. MAN WHO DERIDES PRESIDENT WILSON DRIVEN FROM COUNTY , HOCKToN, Tex., 'xlmatcl a hundred Kbit MIlMTIIls tk. various orgiiuixatHn II:MIMIIS. April lit. SU baiMllts trams ami i.,iluai ttNtay lilew up the safe of the Rank i'Hc;tei1 ftom Cnni' April U. Appro men belonging- tn s in hi ndtpiiirte: pi.liee companie.-. fterh; ; MEXICANS KILL PORTLAND MAN Prisoners From U-Boat l.ln'll u LOUIS HILL SAYS M'ADOO MAXES GOOD ! WASHINGTON. April 1. German !tAoiindnd are pouring from the vm- ern front to hospitals, according to j state department memuiges today. Twentyeflve hospital train are re torted passing nightly through Axe i hen while a few dsjs ago the Axehen jboHoittils, jummed beyond their ca The l''lt. were sending t he overflow to the sell houses. wounded U we al Mrlnklev, rk.. iisik K2.V.ihn ami in a relielllon ta.amst an order tran- MerioiisI) eiot a tlrtiniiiier. .aped b automobile i Mystery of Cyclops Is Still Unsolved 111') es- feiTing them ti. other irg-inn-utioi.s in wit- ui-immiii. .in mi' wert cap tured ami will probnblv Mee eharuen of eonsptrlitg to iuiitii . The major itv were fr.mi the "figtifinif rent!i ' guard letjiniel.t if Chi I.AIiKD n Alt his. kutef to,,, the .MiXt.: bm der. Thorn- Vi rd is.- !'! b a sniper I f'.Ii t fr v h ii-1 jat i til n-i the Tl'I A. tikla. April John Ku Weka tiday tarries Io blootly welts oh his ack. also tar and feather as a resoh t,f tint hlvalrotts und unua- KeUCh United States lr,,llr remaks and actions. He is ac cued or enteiii; the hom of Mrs. Ted Wriite whose hu'a!id Is In tha ATI. A VTIC I'uliT. April 1. The aimy. osrting that I'resident Wil I'iist (iiT.iuri piw.iTur- of war arrived "' m tetter than the kaiser The a id.- iiii, BAN FltAN'IMCO, April 1 Federal control of railroads has been uuallv advantageous to the publlt and to Ihe railroads according to '! Ihe stifferlug of Uiula W- Hill, chairman of the Great entuatatl by a lack of morphine NorthernT h 1" rn route h-.( 'ti.iv- Several sootr-' rem rted to Uu rrninent c ntrd U a Godsend and "lata department that the moiitlti of mik- the only b'gical thing uuthr tiie clr- Germans if pooi exeet.t ammig th l Unitlanm " lb' endorsed MrAdon mh the rbtiit miu In I be tight place. t:t W r-, ltH ps. WASHINGTON. April Id. -The disH ppetirance of the Collier I'lopM promise to go (ii n iii hiMory ' one of 1 1 if hI riatiHfait in striHH of he I. pubKe huil.llngN Hud , (t uf tU The navy Ik still Medirnl siippltfi are short ,-arrhliis but will, uliuht L-im s f Many tales of plots to wreck lb "hip are iito ontn niett. A complete tabu hit loti of it lei If- tepoitM fimii all I'-iHii'in of ih nil seem ti ilisopHte the th iv a use nott:it HUN LOSSBIC IX AIKrLANG BLAK 10 German Trailers Sunk by the British in th' vric n murine wr is not Jl'c.lt I nlied Ft ate tiala. They at 'em or" the crew of the sub. I-"- whli h na-i sunk by an " ti. -ti ,.t r The exact nillii- HitM l .il it trflleved lo tn, T?ie are to be interned. Knights of I ibeit flom the countv. banished him Aird I M;nk i of the very youngest ralde into ' tr suhoiurbie had jikhIo litnk :l:e w e.'.p-rn Af'anlie. 1A It IS. April 1 ti The material lossi s from fire w hu b b stro i d the Aircraft fa-loti.-.. ,u to n.b t u hshf eo Sat U I ila i ' t T at i ,:oiv.. ai : I siistln ns of airpt;.'o- i -.-oI for A on r te i it . ii I'laii s w 'efe I.i NI N t W ItTS W ;' ' t'al l."-it t'M' et.. van .1 by th ere ui Pi it ish t ; u - - . en Gel nun ih- Itiiiicii in i The rrw l?r!ii-ti There lltiex. Illinois Vol in 2 On Fate of 200 Saloons CHICAGO, -imi naioons lui'i'l ) ton. Ab'-ii idi gi-t i Ui ilestr ed and I I " lu hottdt -I i w re kiMed, I. i:M Wi.M Mill l 1 1 1 . -.! ti I He ti.llMtl HUm killitl and IHii p rJHi injiiriHl iu llic . imni hn f. louu ran it ' Ih tin banlnie ot .f I'sro. oi, t o mIihIi m h- n--..nti d IimIm . ho i. April i -The fMte of nt llhnoin iiiifK an vtl iboititd todas elee and I hie Inland are the .toiint: In th t.Pt 1 'i IIP .iliH.n have hen rnhihit ,.tilst trxl.ii LIBERTY LOAN PAST THE BILLION MARK w ami;t Al'tll l l.llwrty l'tin pul'.-"t rii'tloo. are tM&Mlha the hllllon dollar mark l.lay. Klanre. fri Mi II iliMrl.'!. In Hie K .mI r.- rr I.iIjII.1 (ti ) an hoi, 1 re..,ri from she I I. M tniiea uoli. dl irii t ahri. tli i-ifri-i t.n ..(we'd ,e. tt i ;.. t .