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DAILY EVEIII'JG ED1TI0H
Number oopllee printed of yesterdajr'i
, Dally Edition.
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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEB
VOL. 80
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY918.
NO. 9485
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LONGPONT VILLAGE, ADJACENT
STRONGHOLDSTAKEN IN FRENCH
CAPTAIN RICE IS -
SAFE ACROSS SEA
ADVANCE ON FIVE MILE FRONT
Gains Made Between Aisne and Marne
Rivers and Raids Succeed; German Ar
tillery Speeds vp in Verdun Sector.
PARIS, July 12. Driving forward on a five mile front
the French again made important gains between the
Aisne and the Marne, capturing Longpont village and
several adjacent strongholds, it is officially announced.
German artillery in active In the
Verdun sector. The French success
fully raided In the Champagne region
and north of Monte Dldler.
FIVE OF SQUADRON
FALL IN FOE HANDS
BRIlLiy, Jury 12. "Five airplanes
of an American squadron of six In
tending to raid Coblena wore captur
ed and the crews taken prisoner," the
war office today announced.
Perching ItcnoHs Jjoxs.
WASHINGTON. July 12. General
Pershing reported- tha. five Ameri
can airplanes are missing .is a re
sult of an American bombing expe
dition. 'An enemy raid In Vosges was
repulsed with fusses before they
reached the American lines.
Huns Fire on Launch
Engaged in Rescuing
Crew From Seaplane
13 BOCKE PLANES
DROP JN ONE DAY
LONDON, July 12 The air minis
try announced that 13 German air
planes were felled toy the British on
July 10th. Four Hrltlshei? were Inst.
Ten tons of Rrltlsh bombs were drop-pod.
WASHINGTON, July 12. The na
vy announced that motor launch No,
8429 was fired upon and sunk by
German shore batteries while assist
Ing a French destroyer tow an Am
erlcan seaplnne ashore. Three mem
bers of the crew were picked up. Two
were taken prisoner and two are
missing.
U.S. RECOGNITION OF
BOLSHEVIKI URGED
WASHINGTON'. July 12. It Is
b urned that President Wilson is again
being urged to recognise the Bolshe-
vikl. The chief proponent of the plan
Is Raymond Bobbins, former bull
moose leader, who recently returned
from Russia where he was intimate
with limine, and Trotsky. Robblnu
said the Bolshevik! are not disinte
grating and constitute the only gov
ernment existing. Recognition would
stabilise them, siding Russia.
- ... A ,
Captain Lyman O. nice of this city
I now in Kurope. Word to that ef
fect was received hy wire today by O.
M. Rice, one message belnij'. filed
from New York by the wife of Cap
tain Gallatin, whoso husband is also
overseas, and another meiwaite hav
inff Jeen filed by Captain Rice him
self for dispatch after his arrival.
Captain Rico is In the artillery but
It la not known what particular duty
awalu him abroad.
ITALY'S CAVALF.f W
CITY; TROOPS MM
TO ALBANIA DEFENSE
Austria Suffering Another Overwhelming
Defeat; Irresistible Rush Carries Allies
20 to 25 Miles Ahead; Surrender of
Second City Momentarily Expected.
NEW
ARRESTS
HUN
MAD
E
PLOT
IN N.Y.
OREGON MAN LISTED
AMONG SOLDIER DEAD
Private R. U. Nichols of
Scotts Mills Victim of
Disease.
Former Head of Trans-At
lantic Trust Company Am
ong Four Enemy Aliens
Taken.
LATER: WASHINGTON, July 12. Official Italian
embassy dispatches declared Berat has fallen before ad
vancing Italians jn Albania. Berat is the strategic cen
ter of the road to Serbia. It was the immediate objective
of the allied offensive. Great quanties of war booty and
many prisoners were taken with the city. .
FIGHTING SPREADS.
... (ED L. KEEN)
LONDON, July 12. Activity is developing along the
whole Balkan front. It is indicated the Albanian fight
ing may spread to the entire 300 mile line froni the Adri
atic to Rendina Gulf. Italian infantry has progressed at
least 25 miles north of the original lines.
MAY A PREACHER SWEAR?
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TURK REGULARS
TO BLAME FOR
PROBABLEWAR
Turk Outrages Against Am
erican Property Laid by
Spain. ' '.
REVOLUTIONARY ARMY
ADVANCES ON filOSCOW
PREDICTED ARRIVAL
OF DEUTSCHLAND
Held for Dissemination of
, German Propaganda in
United States.
WASHINGTON, July 12. Pershing
alo reported 52 cnmialtles. Including
nine killed In action, seven who died
from wound, two- who died from
aeroplane accident. IB severely
wounded, and five missing In action.
WAflHTXOTOX, July 12. General
Pershing's casualties today Included
Private R- U. Nichols of Scotts Mills.
Ore-, who died from dlseas.
NEW YORK, July 12. Juliua
STOCKHOLM. July 12 An cnor-; PrlnlUser, a Hungarian and former
imiua army omoHrd mainly of pees- president of the Trans-Atiantic Trust
IHtS
of Hto social rrvYliitioiurh9,
rraclml tho otklrtH of 3low,
a Momw disiaU'ti
arrested with three
I MKTW)P
KTiMKK m R1XO WAR
WARHIVOTON, July 12 Strike
are prohibited for the period of the
war under an aree"ment reached be
tween the Marine Knicineers' Bene
ficial association, the American
Htoojiishlp association and the ship
ping board, an announcement today
said. '
ITnlon members failing to submit
grievance to the board for settle
ment will become subject to discipline
by the beneficial association.
llos Mother enemy aliens believed conneot
My!ed with dissemination of German pro
j pagan da in the United Btates.
Government agenui revealed that
(Prlnitzer predicted in June, 191 that
a car so submarine would visit the
United States. The Peutschlund arriv
ed shortly afterward.
It is disclosed that the Trans-Atlantic
company has been In the hands
of the alien property custodian for
several days.
ALL OUR ALLIES TO SIT AT SAME
TABLE EATING "ALLIED BREAD
If
"An International allied bread, farmer Is nof satisfied with the price
using 20 per cent of substitutes, and
all the nations waring aaint autoc
racy sitting at the same table. Is one
of the developments of the near fu
ture to be expected from the efforts
ef the United States food administra
tion," said W. W. Hurrah today to a
representative of the Kiurt oregonlan
Mr. Harrah returned "Wednesday
from Washington, D. C, where he
had been In attendance for ten days
BULLETINS J
FOK HFTHRAT RAPID.
WAS 1 1 1 XtiTON, July J 2. French
and Italians operating in Albania are
scrfoiiNly tlirrautiiiiHr tho Rulgarlans
near MonoKtlr while the Frtneli rieht
wliu; it now rcaxly to advan to
Kradc, say official French cable.
One said, "Austrian forces, after
sanguinary defeats are ntreatms
rapidly andl UiA ' wtlrwrneut- ta a
iraliiiMr rout in ilaccn. Tho
l-Vem'h advanced at Ok um ami we4 of
Korltza oonthiiics. The Italians have
captured Malaeastra .
Austrian caJdis acknonlcdv the re- ,
tiremeiit from Herat.
Military officials here expect a quick
drive from Saloiillti by the JYanco
Hritlsh, Nerhians with simultanetiuM
oM'ratiohH along the Ktrtinma hy the
Circeks.
ROME, July 12. Austria's defeat
In Albania is proportionally as over
whelming a defeat as waa the Plave
route, say battle front dispatches.
In a three day advance, of from 20
to 5 rrtiles. the Italians have swept
forward irresistibly occupying the
whole southern bank of the Yemeni,
says a message.
Surround Herat City.
The Italians have almost entirely
enveloped Herat city. Its surrender
U expected momentarily. Fierce
fighting is in progress on tho Austri
an right wing where strong resistance
In offered to incessant Italian attacks.
Rev. Sam I. Leland, sent fo Kurope
by the Y. M. C. A., was one of fifty-
seven of that organization in the
Oronsa as who was torpedoed. - When
the British destroyer picked up the
cold and half dead victims Mr. Iceland
said to A. E. Hungerford, in charge
of the party:
"Carf a man resign from the Y. M.
C. A. service at a time like this I
mean, to enlist in the army?"
"Of course you may replied the
secretary.
. if 1 don't!" ' exclaimed the
preacher.
A famous English bishop said sober
ly when, told of the American preach
er's remark:
'Lrnder the circumstances I think
It was wholly justified."
INFORMATION MAKES
SITUATION WORSE
U. S. Awaits Admission
From Turkey Which Fore- -'
shadows Declaration, v.
HTZ APPOINTMENT
FORESHADOWS CRISIS
LOXDOX, July 20. German reports
indicate that the appointment of Ad-
After a three day fight enemy strong mira Von. Hintz as-foreign, Jcretary
defense was shattered
.etuiLl ry swefit into Fieri,, fnim the
rlht wlnK...The cavalry advancfe was
so rapid the Austrian were forced to
flee precipitately from the town,
abandoning an airdrome and peverai
planes which were -captured undam
aged. British monitors and airplane
attacking threw the enemy into con
fusion and the airmen demolished six
hrfdses over the dement with bombs'
dropped with remarkable accuracy.
is evidence that Hertling and Vice-
Chancelloi Von I'nyer may find Uinta's
syon policy embarrassing. It is re
ported Payer will resign if Hintz
starts pan-Germanism.
Will Give Illm Trial.
WASHINGTON, July 12. TurkMt
regular were responsible for the out
rage against American property at
Tabriz, the state department ha
learned from the Spanish govern
ment.. This tends to aggravate tha
situation between, the United Statsa
and Turkey . If corroborated by Tur
key's response It will probably prove
a cause for war. ,
Sweden Inquiries Delayed.
Sweden reported that her inquiries)
regarding Tabriz were delayed, but
that apparently the "Turk govern
ment is not Informed of the actual
situation. The Swedish request tha
Turkish foreign minister telegraphed
to Tabriz but received no reply. The .
.Swedish minister said he believed
Turkey Is not In a position to give
a definite answer.. The Swedish In
quiries did not reach Constantinople
until July 5, for an unaccountable
reason, although made several weeks
ago.
136 PRISONERS USD ?
11 GOSS TAKEfi BY
WELCH AKQ BRITISH
t-OTTOX KXCI lANCiK IV
LJYKIIPCXHj uars THADIVG
UVKRPOOU July 12. Members
of the L!vej4ooI cotton, exchange to
day unanimously resolved 'that no
member of a firm" shall t ratio either
directly or Indirectly with tho pres
ent enemies of Great Britain fir a pe
riod of ten years after the war.
LOXDOX, July la. Haig- reported
the British captured more than 120
prisoners and 10 machine runs In a
COPENHAGEN, July 12. German (minor enterprise southwest of Merrif
iberals are willing to give Admiral yesterday. Welch t foods raided at
Hamel capturing- 1 Germans, a ma
chine gun. and destroying dugouts.
Other s-Jccessful raids were made at
Metern. They repulsed an attempted
German raid south of Bucquoy.
Hintz "trial" as foreign minister Is
said by the Vossiche Zeitung. So
cialist leaders have accepted Hints'
appointment "with certain reservations."
Al'STIUAXS MITIXY-CORI-1.
July 12 T1e Austrian
garrison at KraCTije-vatz. Serbia, has
mutinied becaurte of bad food and
killed many officers, it is learned to
day. Artillery and ntacliine-snns
were cmi-ioycd In suitress lug tlie up-rlMing-
t the
offered or the grading of hln wheat,
he can so to the grain corporation.
This will have the effect of establish
ing a minimum price to the producer
"The consumer Is also taken care nf
by a maximum price on flour and by
products of 25 cents per bushel,
on 4.4 bushels of wheat, the amount
required for a barrel of flour In ex
cess -of the cost of the wheat at the mi u, mutlnld and imirtkvrd the iicr-
mill door. In other words the flour, man ofnvrr The unitim-vr were
mill feed and bran, made from the i Ihut itardoncd. t
FKAVO: DAY fIlSKItYFT.
I.()X1X)X, July 12. The lirltlsh
empire tmlay lchrated lYance lay
by royal decrees The Froncli flag
was flown licsltle the British flag over
all building.
KVACl' TIXi ZKKIiKt'GGK
AMSTi;KI.H. July 2. Belgian
frontier reivortw say ciilluns are
evacuating 7-brufft, loins eat
wurd .
40 CKXT WAGK SFT.
W A S 1 1 1 X iT V, July I I VH y
cents free hnur Ih declared .a IIvhig
wage' by the war labor lo:ird In a
decision alfwUng eight plants ni
VaynelMro. ltnnylvaiila. Tho lm
kIc Hfflit limir day Ih ordered-
TI RK RI.OIMICV TIITIXIFR.
ATHKXS. July t. A Turkish roff
Imont ordrd from Aidin to 5tsoKtu-
slon of the agriculture p.mount of wheat required to nftike a
advisory board with Herbert Hoover,
president of the board and head of
the food administration. Mr. Hoover
Is going to l?urope for a conference
with the allied nations and the "a 1 lira
Dread" Is one of the results to be ex
pected from this conference.
"The adjusting of grain prices to
conform with, the Increased freight
rates and formation of rules for reg-
barrel of flour can Ite sold by the mill
at $1-10 more than the price paid
the producer. Freight and cost of
-sacks of course are to be added, as
the profit rule is based on cost In t
bulk, car lots at mill door. j
"We will have our rules In the neari
future making full explanation toj
dealers, millers, producers nnd con
sumers. These rules will make It
ulutlng the wheat market was one of , very plain to all. No profitering Is
the objects of the meeting of the j expected artd no holding of grain on
board. continued Mr. Hurrah. "Fred j the part of farmers or others Is ex
Llngham. chairman of the mill dlvl-j pected. as there will be no chance of
ston of the grain corporation of the ' Congrees establishing a higher price
food administration also took part In. and there is the only place a hlsher
the enference. I price could 1e made as such an act
"The food administration will not 'would undmibtedly e yeticd by the
undertake to direct the dlvitdon of President."
wheat among millers and buyers and Thl waa Mr. Harrnh's third trip to
millers can pay any price and make J Washington since March to meet
any g radon of wheat they want- This, j with the agriculture advisory board
however, doea not mean they will e and regarding crops In other states.
free to control the market. The food . he say: A peculiar common ex
RUSSIAN PLAN IS
NEAR COMPLETION
Willard, ex-Head War In
dustries Board, May
Lead Commission.
THE YANKS ARE COMING "SIGN HERE!"
. H
r
administration will maintain a gov
ernment fixed price through the grain
corpora.! ln. by fcelng ready to pa
this price according to the eetabllHh
iMs. In state cla-ned as non-surplu
producing, crops seem to l.e
than normal, while In the
WASHINGTON. 3ny 12 The
great problem of afTectlng a working
arrangement between an Inter-allied
economic mission and 1 Insula n bust
ness Interests Is near aoltitltiti.
The t'nlted States chamber isf com
merce Is conferring with the Kuwian
American commerce chain Iter this
week Is determining not only upon a
hti Kitten plan of operation but also
on the mission's- personnel. It Is In-
belter ; dicatcd IMniel Willard. formerly head
states of the war Industrie board and pres-
td federai rad at any time. If tha i generally below normal.
known aa surplus producera they are, Ident of the Baltimore and Ohio rail-
1 read, may head tho Americana.
HUN LEADERS READY
TO DISCUSS PEACE
LON'DOV, July 12 Chancellor
Hertllng declared in the Reichstag:
"Germany's leaders are ready to con
sider sincere peace propoH&ls In re-
cent speeches of President Wilson.
Balfour plainly Indicating our ene
mies will to destroy us. forcing Ger
many to continue the struggle. The
closest unity, however, exists amour
Germany's political and military lead
ers regarding- their readlneKs to re
ceive sincere peace proposals."
BELIEVE CZARWAS
NOT ASSASSINATED
(Jf-ETH SHAPLEN'.)
STOO-KHOUM. July 1J. The
crar's letter to a former general
published here, it Is 4elleved. dem
onstrates the cxar has not been as
sassinated. It said: "We are living
In need, even hooks are denied us.
When we left Kktaterinburg hamllta
sought to do us violence but Provi
dence saved us."
WIRE CONTROL WON'T
MEAN NEWS CENSOR
j WASHINGTON. July 1 i President
j Wilson will forbid a censorship of
. news dispatches under government
control of wires. He assured con
jgressional leaders that prens atsocia
; tions and presa bureaus will be left
: undisturbed and asked that th sen
! ate be so Informed so as to quiet fears
i ex pressed that Itu rleson would ea
. tabltnh a censatrship. He said tho
newspater wires mill be undisturbed,
i However. Senators Reed and Watson
announced they will prens an amend
ment exempting newspaier wires.
I1KAVY IL1NS ST ntliNT.
- tWIIJ.IAM I'HIUJP MVilH.).,
IIICITLNII I IEOVT. July tS. Heavy
rains ihPfugtMkt tlie JtrttivJi front
Mt-m i Injure furth-rr de4ajr In tnv
eetxl trnuH of fwi e. Inter
ntlltewt sIwotth hae iss-rea-ied to a
Memdf dkmnpottr ImM night and b

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