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DAILY EMC EDIT10H
Number ooplles printed of yesterdays
bally Rdltlon. i
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON,, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1918.
NO. 9484
vol. sa
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COUNTY OFFICIAL" PAPER 1 -"; ;As
, ! 1 , 1 -4 -'.-.--i - -- if V - -v -
UKRAINE
REVOLTS
frri"
Return of Land to Land
lords Stirs Feasants to De
t f ense in Trench Fighting.
GERMANS RUSHING
420,000 ASSISTANTS
Diversion of Kaiser's Forces
May Explain West
Front Delay.
(JOSEPH SHABLKX.)
6TOOKIIOL.W, July 11 Ukraine
has a countrywide revolution, dis.
patches) declare tlio ficrmans ar
rustling relnforcciuenls which now
Utul 420,000 men.
The peasant have several inall ar
mies of 15,000 to 20,ooq who, well
armed, are defending villages ano
long trench nectors. They fight
rldefljt because the Germans jrcturn
ed tho land to landlords.
TIUs diversion of tirmun
may account for tlio delay
western front.
E
AGAIN LAST NIGHT
.LONDON, July 11. Tho British
advanced a train south of the So in me
improving1 their positions cant of VII-lenc-Brctonneux,
said Halg today
'We Improved our positions slight
ly during the night east of VlUera
iDretonneux (where the Australians
and Americans advanced July 4).
our position on both sides near
'Morris and Fewtubcrt In I'landera,
capturing prisoner and a machine
Sun..
uc unm n n v in nnn nc tutcc ammw ati VTin iwn win tuc lvhb k
Ilk IIUULU III IVVWU Ul IHLUL. ftUIIUWW M I Ulil I IU HIIU II 111 1Mb Hrtll .. & 1
J . I IJVi ' HiJTv2'Mr.. ( . ! . r I ; ' ' ? :..y!- - -. . ... .;s5S !
s . Z .HANOLEY.PAOE SOPlii AEKIAL.DKEAONOUOUT. MR. SAHOl-EV
I
V. If. 'Workman, representing
Handley Page In the United Wales,
tert that It Is reaalble and prac
ticable to build 10.000 Handley Page
superaerlal dreadnoughts In thctlty of explosives on
IT-nllod States and fly them across' lliat
the Atlantic ocean to win the war.M pjj,
jiieiw mi w iiiuuitiiitrn, huiliii s
tt'mil.l .1 r-,. B.,h on . it-....... I .... I .1 . M IHl
the people would cry out fori
Mr. Workman is ready to
Washington will give him the motors
with, which to equip It., Mr. Page has
one of thq machines across tha ! built many siiullar machines In Enn
Gerniun cities I ocean, so soon as the authorities at land.
r
CASUALTY LISTS
. HAVE 103 NAMES
WASHINGTON. July 11- enpral
I'erHhtng- today reported 63 ..ipualtles
IncludlnfT five killed In action. 10
dead from wounds, 26 wounded se
verely and 23 mlmtlng In action.
Marine commutes totalled 35 In
cluding 13 killed In action, four who
died from wounds and 18 wounded
severely.
TROOP CARS TURN;
SIX ARE INJURED
Relief Hurries to Scene
Where Four Coaches are
Derailed.
BHREVBPOKT, La., July ll.. Six
soldiers Iwerofc Injured when four
coach os of the Vlckvhunr Shrevcport
1'aclftc train, carrying troops from
Camp Howie, Texas, overturned 17
miles distant this morning. It was
caused by spreading rails. Two relief
trains are carrying doctors and a
wrecking crew Is going.
Ml ltfFK UKVOUT HKNKWKD.
0Pi:MIA.ICN, .Inly II. I tone wed
iCMtrtM arc reio4vl that raim
lMiko Alexin ami the former rvarrlleli
liavo liecn murdered. bidsljolkl
soldier Is said lo have thrown a bomb.
NORBORNE BERKELEY
APPOINTED LOCAL
GOVERNMENT AGENT
Korborne Berkeley has received
his appointment as local examiner
for the If. K government employment
service, department of labor, end his
office will be opened at once, office
room has been secured with J. H.
Kstcs. (14 Mnln street- , Charles B.
Curtain, chief clerk of the service, wan
here this morning from Portland
looking after opening of the office. The
purpose of opening the' employment
office Is to bring the working raen
and employers together.
Men looking for work can make pit
plication with Mr. Berkeley and far
mers or other employers looxlng for
hands can alno call on or phone Mr.
Berkeley and he will do all he can
tn get men for thetn. No charge Is
made for this service, to eilhor par
ty. Regarding labor conditions n h..
finds It over the state. Mr. Ourtaln.
says there Is n scarcity of men In all
parts, and 'with the oienlng of har
vest In the next few days he .oks fot
It to hecomo quite keen In t'matllls
county. '
CORCYVILLAGE
IS CAPTUREDIN
FRFNCHATTACK'
;
PHOENIX CLUB GIRLS THANKED
BY MOTHER OF LAD IN PARIS
WILSON VETOES
Territory Between Aisne
and Marne Enlarged; Fif-
6ty Prisoners Netted Among
Gains.,
r t-
The members of the Phoenix Club, .bombarded daiy by long range canon
Pendleton girls' club, received recent- and at nBnt b' the Go4has. They
, . , , ,, , come very fretoctly and. give us bnt
ly .two jettcr. from. Madame --George . c BnJ
Bridault of t Hue de Tageut. Bailly. confidence because we know that your
Paris, expressing appreciation for the jour dear brothers In arms, our coin
adoption at her Jittle son Oeorce. Be- j Patriots, the Americans, are there to
sides this child, the club has adopted h'P u " sacrifice themselves to
two girls but have not heard from deliver us from the jaws ot the bar-
them Vet. Followinir Is th Knizlish : barians.
BILL TO . TAKE:
STATION, CASTLE AND
ST. PAUL FARM TAKEN
Raids Near Maison Cham
paigne, Mount Sansnom
Bring Captives.
PARIS. July 11.
translation of the letters which were
in French:
Tarls, May 30, 1918.
Mr. and Madame: i
I -wish bv thin short letter to thnnk -vu think of him.
Hoping this terrible war will soon
end, I await good news from you,
tilling me you have received the pho
tograph of my little George and what
Accept, my Dear
you for the kindness you have shown ; uenetactors., I pray you. tnts expres
in adopting my dear little George. 1 8ion ' ,nv profound respect and my
am very thankful to you. My boy Is ' greatest thanks.
little ueo, senas you many ott;
4 1-t years and lost his father In No
vember, 1914, and his young uncle
was killed at Verdun.
Not having a recent photograph of
my son will have one taken and will
send as soon a I possibly can while
waiting to receive good news from
from you.
I pray you to accept, Mr. and Mrs-
my most profound expression of re-
The" French haveiupect and thanks.
kisses of affection.
His Little Mamma.. V. G.
Most Devotedly Yours,
MM. (WIDOW) GKO.BRIDAl'LT.
B.
enlarged their gains between the! Yours most truly.
Alsne and Marne, taking Corey vll- MADAMJ3 WIDOVWEO. KRtDAULT
hige. It Is officially stated. They No. 3 Hue de l'agent Bailly, Paris,
captured fiO prlannera. Paris, June 8, 1!1S,
The French took the Corey stalion :Xear Benefactors: -
and CttMIe and Mt. Paul farm. Two X send you with this little not the
raids near Maison Champagne and i photograph of my son George. I hope.
in spite of the torpedoing of our ves
sels by the1 Bosches, tt willeaeh you
Mount tfanusom netted 10 prisoners.
SENATE AYETS SIDE
; - TRACK.PROHIBITION
N. Y, PEOPLE FLEE
TO CELLAR AS HEAR
1 AIR RAID WHISTLE
N'BW YORK, July 11. The Bronx
mmm
M OF ITA
GATHG lii
LII8
PEJUS
French and Albanians Join in Advance
of 15 Miles Covering Half Distance to
Allies Main Objective, i Old Road
Which Is Key to Greater Part of Serbia;
Battle Promises to Become One of
War's Greatest
(ED L. KEEN)
LONDON, July ll.-The Italians aided by the French
and Albanians with British naval units are sweeping
northward across' practically the entire width ot Albania
in what may be one of the most important military and
political offensives of the war.
Latest dispatches say the allies are threatening the
Bulgarian right wing hear Monastir additional to sweep
ing forward on a 60 mile front between the Adriatic an,d
the uevoii river. . '
Two Cars New Wheat
Being Shipped Today
From Umatilla County
Two carloads .of new mlieai,
the first to be shipped from Vma
. tllla county this year, are going
forward unlay, being shipped
from Adams and nastland by II.
W. Collins. In both Instances
the wheat Is from tlie farm of I
1. Itocers and Is forty fold. Tlie
car at Eastland is bciiigr loaded
ItKlay by S. K Thompson.
The shipment, of new wheat at
this timo Is c-ccdiiur!y early,
being- scleral weeks ahead of the
usual st'ltcdiilc ami llluF.tratcs the
curllncss of tlio harvesting- tills
year.
HUNTERS CHANGED
" TTO THE HUNTED
Supervision by Government
of Lines Controlled by
Business is Refused.
DISAPPROVES POLICY
NOT TO PUBLIC GOOD
Promises Short Lines Will
Not be Given Unfair
Disadvantage.
WAWHIXGfTO.V. July II. The
President today vetoed the shortline
railway 1)111 which extended govern
ment supervision to all railroads. It
was said over 1900 such lines are oft-
Monday had all tho thrills of an air com,eu Bv Pnte uusu.ess m-
in good shape.
Here In Paris we are
raid when a siren whistle, to be blown
In case German airplanes should ap
pear, was tested without the polict
being notified.
Women fled with their children to
, LONDON. July U.-nSlr Erie
Ceddes. first lord of the admiralty.
said "Submarines are now control leu.
Fewer are operating than for some
time pa.. The depth charge has
changed hunters Into the hunted.
BRITIAN'S CHAM
FLYER DIES IN FALL
ROME. July ll.s-"In Albania sve
are continuing our advance. The Aus
trian are retreating towards the
Skhumba river." " . .
The material advaace will hare an
advantageous effect on Bulgaria.
i where the morale la low. and - on
Auarrla'a southern Slav nations.
The allies main military objective
Is the old Roman road, connecting
Monastir with the sea at Duraxzo
which would permit the free passage
of troops and supplies directly from
the Adriatic into southern Serbia, se
riously threatening the enemy la hold
on the greater part of Serbia.'
The Italians have advanced fifteen
n lles. The nearest portion of the
Roman highway Is IS miles' further
to the north.- -
Already considerable forces of Al
banian under . Kssad . Pasha are
fighting with the allies and are ren
dering valuable service
Austria's southern Slavs , already
are dri'the Verge of revolt and might
violently revolt' following a decisive
silled victory. e One significant tea-,
ture Is the' frank admission of re
verses by Austria. k
Enemy Attack Repulsed.
ROME. July 11. It is officially an
nounced that an enemy attack was re
pulsed at Canove on the Asiago pla
teau today.
"In the Brenta valley there is heavy
artillerylng." ;
LONDOX. July 11. Major Mc
Cudden, Britain's champion aviator,
was killed whei his machine fell from
a low altitude. It Is announced today.
He had won over S 4 victories.
continually I district did not continue "as usual."
..Jul
flirt
a fi
nal desperate effort to delay war
time prohibition tho senate wrts plun
ned to call the wire control resolu
tion up. hoping to keep It licfnre tlie
senate continuously until disposed of
and then net a recess for, tho sum
mer. They also sounded a warnlna
that wartime prohibition, suddenly
Imposed, would ruin the banks hold
ing liquor obligations and would
handicap war revenues.
MAJOR MITCHELL
CORNELISON STOOD 1 1 HOURS
WATCHING GIGANTIC PARADE
IN NEW YORK ON FOURTH JULY
On the Fourth of July Itev. J. M. j west front, eopecjttlly thoe eltse up
Cornellison stood In line for 11 hours . alon(? the trenches. The thing thaj
In New York .tty watch In lOO.ono
paradrrs paH. Tho following Inter-
. Wllmm said he vetoed the hill be
cause he earnestly dissented from the
policy enroodled which, obliged the
government to assume control and
administration of all lines without
discrimination and which was not to
public Interest. He promised short
lines will not be 'put at unfair or
ruinous disadvantage." and said "the
government owes a recognised obli j
nation to the cuiumiiiiitie
they serve."
REVOLUTIONARIES ARE
STILL IN BARRICADE
OFFICERS, CITIZENS
SURROUND BANDITS
WHO ROBBED TRAIL1
PAOIwV. Kans., July 11. Bandits
who held up the Texas special pas
senger train at Koch last night are re
ported hiding in a wood 10 miles
south of Paola. Nearly 100 officers
and armed citizens are trying to sur
round them. A battle Is expected.
I The bandits boarded the train when
I it stopped on a siding and marched
Bolsheviki Announce Defeat !throuKh two ct" rinnr through
. . -j-,.. , . .the ceiling. Trainmen and one paa
.rtXiebl ailU rilgilL UI ,senger were -wounded, when they shot
into the floor ot a gay coach con
pelting the passengers to climb on the
seats. The robbers compelled the en-
Opponents.
THREE KILLED IN
estlng letter from Mr. Cornollson has jat the officials
is tiring UK up 1st the hiiitter of pass-
1 nrts. Some one has Just fcyne to
WasTiinslon. I. C, to see If he 'cannot
iSTACADA WRECK!'
AMSTERDAM. Julv 11. The social 'trine crew to dismount and thn un.
which jrevolu'tionarics committee is still bar-: couple the mall and egress cars, run
jricuded in the Moscow municipal the-! them a mile distant and seised regl-
ater desperately defending tho place, tered mail andopened the express sai.
says Berlin. The Bolsheviki recently j The extent of the loot Is not dcterm-
1 announced that revolting social revo- J Incd.
luttonaries were defeated with hund- ' -
jreds under arrest and others fleeing 1 Dt-NTitnvrn r vprrrvvi
I.
roKTfiAND. July 11. Three men
a a JreiKht wreck this af
the lOstacada line of the
Portlund Itntlway nar the Iliv?r
mills. The wreck is not explained yet.
he city.
to tiniry them were killed in
been received by the Kat ortronlar: , through. But the last tw
tSherman Scjunre Hotel. j have leen very busy getting toy unl
New York. July (i, ISIS. form and equipment and Imggage to
Kditor Kaxt tregoulan: I gtther.
Our class of 164 Y- M. C. A. work- J However. In Itetween we had a 4ln' VA(iK IXCItKAsK KXPi;tTI-n'.
ers finished July 3rd. Therc follow- of July. There was sure some ex-, WASHINGTON. July II. Tlie na-
rffWFPAf TDDA V' 1,(1 a nW CHIM" of 2S0' anfl mt lltcllentcnt In the "Lurg" thaf day. It ' tinal war labor iMiard Is prt jwirlns
f U l VCtr - i JUf I ;wlll continue through tho Mimmer. was in the same ratio to New York to hand down wage ittemoc iiwim.
KTK AM Kit.
- CXPKNI1 AGK, July 11 A Nor-
XOT To AI-THT Hi:i.TUNi. wglan tlwtroyor rrc04urcd lSoc-
AMSTKISIM. July . The Ku- wTlmii Mefiier froin m V-boa prise
eldiiuinii cris dki ihU affet Clian- crew off Itlftor. Tlie deMtroyer ap
cHlor IhTtliiu:. Mud the lkal An- rrcd am the (trinMr was UHng taken
n iter. OilHr (.erniaii iiewxacrs to tlie (k-rnuMi ml and pumued. It
liao H-eilh led the retireiiK'iit ot oeriook (tie stcaMier and returtMU her
llertllng. , to a NorwegUn port.
. ..' j We were tfd that 2ton have gone
, alremly and SOtti) more are to be
N1?W VoKK, July 11 Major John j trained and follow. In a separate clasxt
l'urroy Mitchel was burled t'duy an though at the same time as our
silent thousands uncovered. Theodore there were SI women In training for
Htsoeevelt marched Immediately bv-j canteen work. to there were 195 In
hind Mltchel's hearse. 1 all. Home of our men whwe pass-
. . 1 ports have come have gone already.
WII K "HASKS HI'M1ANI uh one way trannport seerpfurles on
2O,04Nl Mil. IS AMI T1IKX -the troop ships and therefore at th
UK JOINS TILK l". S. AltM ! cost of the government, as ti e army
U i - ; regulations so allow. I hav slKned
"tHAGA. July 1. John T- Har- up to go as such for in going over I
risen was pursued for four years by j hope to make us of the Knind-t"p
his wlTe and the distance covered ( film and other things, as the govern-
'as the Uounu-r Is to Feudle'on. You In euc of 1 (iMiiiwiiileM wlame mi
read of il in "the ,h ports. 'of cMirse. but , ployed apcled for lil:lMr nasi
1 SAW It from start to finish, while; The hoard Is -M-tttl to et V eentn
1 Httfird and snt on a flfth avenue; ait InMir as a IhihIc rate, belicted to he
curb at rtith W. from a. m. to 7.3: a lllng wage
P. m- tjust 1 hours and 5 minutes) j -
with no dinner and didn't get suppei VIKNXA flAIMS X KW LINK,
till S:S ik m.. I went to see the pa- 1 YIFXXA. .Inly II. '-We'ic retr
nde and I saw it. I finished the Jotvi icanlaxd a ww defensiw lit In Al
and It was well worth It. My two l.ania- A Irem-h tMnn
MIRBACH WAS DENOUNCED AT -MOSCOW
BY MAN FROM UKRAINE
(JOSKI-H SHAI'I.KN) t "The Germans are employing lui-
STt 'CKHn L.M . July H. Stirrins prisonment and execution without
scenes were enacted at the recent pan trial suppreMins- the revolt of work
Soviet Moscow conference say Betro-'men peasants, but we know how to
Krml newspifpcr. With Mirlwch oe- fight even if vou do not. The Ger
m-lime cupsing one box and ministers of the mans entered I'kralne to obtain brea.l
one at 2 p. m. and
Its way down Ilie IMitdl
pulr-iil.
was
- friends gave it up.
the other at 4 p.
We were not where we rmiid
rnihing to ra("aiul hud n..t thouaht i WAU OltltKltS KOI.M.W Kl 1.AXB
! to take, a Iniu'Ji tor I IhouKhl It ws INt;.
set I
entente allies in another a delegate but wili not get It; wherever the Ucr
from I'kralne named Alexandroff pre- mans loaded trains we blew them uo
cipitatrd a lively scenA by denouncing and the Germans will be wrped out In
C.-riTian imperialism. ,1'kraine, having already paid thous-
"I sreet the pan S.ivirt in the lumf ands of lives lor their tyranny. 'Y.
was something like S.uO miles, ac-1 nient has fitted the large transport all a juke when the papers announc- , STtH'KlUH.M. July 1 1. It is learn- of a secret i-asaut consre-s in I'kralne have concluded th Krest-IJtov.k
cording to her declaration In court 'with a picture machine. It may alxo r.' .uch a iraile. is I dial the ItoUlieyikl war cotninis- w here reigns Cerman dictatorship and treaty at the price of I'krsine's libsrt .
yesterday, where Harrison a chan.- Ii leres.1 my frlesds to know that I , Fjiy-tw dlfierent. nntionalltle. saril .u-dtn-d hurried wr preoaralHuis where Bolsheviki continue nesotla- ,You must aid us.'-
ed with wife nlntndonment. lie wai.hnve sisned up to enter the motor, u-ok part In different divisions and following laislhi-: f allM1-! trooM on tions with Marionette Skoropadsky. : Mirhech excitedly whispered to a
freed on his promise that he would transport service, after arriving In jmrtlon. Their native costumes acre the Mill-man coat. Military units simultaneously tolerating the presence Herman officer. Members at ths left
Join the nea- national army. ' Kftmce. That Is. I will likely soon - goriAoiia. Ihoneh on. In and aoove all 1 were tnlered I. .rio.fl ftc six ns.nlli. of tierman iiiierialism in the person shouted "Kmn with Mirbaeh' ami
After kissing his wife and children lo drllng a Tin I.lmle motor truck ;were fsM of the V. S A. Thousands It Is reported that 300 Noelssji ami of Count Mtrbach." said Alexandruff. ,-Hown with the Bolsheviki." Trotsky
good-!y. he enlisted In the presence j helping to supply some of the Too v itslisn officers were arreted at Two hundred and fifty members on then told the delegates the govern
or a court bailiff. M. c. A. huts and canteens along the i tr-ontinued en Psse S. Archangel on l-nlne's orders. Ithe left cheered wildly. mem opposed a red guard offensive.

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