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Tacts rami reftonlan A Stupendous AUG U S T- 4? AX WDEmDENT KEWBPAPKR. 4w<a4 Dallf aaa Iml.WMklr s -di. Orsa-oa. by the AT ORKOONIAJf FUBUSHINO GO BUBSCRIPTION RATES (IN ADVANCE) Darty. oaa year, by mall Dally, sis month by nail Dally, tht-M months by nail Daily. t month by mail t; at Ui poatofflra at Psnale- wb. urasaa. aa aecoaa-claaa Begins Monday, July 29th and Will Continue -4Tsoas Daily, eaa year by carrier . . T. . til DM BALE 1ST OTHFft rTT!F IssaorlalHotal Kew Stsnd priiui Mir. six montha by carrier. 7 ttowmaa Ktwt Co. Portland, draco ! Daily, tare montha by carrier 1-St Washington, D. C, Burma 131 Four- ml-WeekIy. six montha, by mall .71 throughout .the month ot August, at tfc Street. H. w. a,tnl-Weky fnnr manths mall .if TO ARMS! 1 To arm! To arms! you are men! Fight for the right for Peaca aealn- Crush the Vila ' serpent under ( heel; With aterti aet Jawa meet ateel - I with steel. And let the German "kultur" feel We're In thla war to win. To arms! To arms! Ton wom en all! Tour country sends a trumpet call. - Do what you can, yon may, you must Help to redeem the world from lust. In you. our men have put their trust, , Help them, this war to win. lust. In you- our men have out their K That right shall ever conquer Z might March on, brave boys, to win the fight, And put to rout those hordes In J gray, While women work, and weep, and pray That soon may come the rloarious - day ' When Freedom's fla shall win. Florence Scrip pa Kellogg- , I PROGRESS VS. DECAY ERMANISM as now exist- and the period for voluntary enlistment terminate on Sep tember. Dunne this period of 60 days, all Britons and Canadians between the ages of 20 and 44, both inclusive, residing in the United States, have an oppor tunity of offering their services to their own countries at a time when the services of every man are urgently needed. On September 28, the period with in which they can enlist volun tarily expires and thereafter, they will be liable to draft into the United States army. During this period, all Brit ons and Canadians in the Unit ed States of twenty years of age and those between 31 and 44. both inclusive, will be re quired to register on a date fixed by proclamation of' .Pres ident Wilson and 30 days after registration, they become sub ject to the American draft. For 60 days, all British sub jects will be exempt from the American draft and can enlist at any recruiting depot of the British and Canadian recruit ing mission. Depots are locat ed at) W. 605 Sprague Avenue, Spokine, in Butte and in Great Falls! . British subjects can en list in this period, regardless of the fact that they may have taken out first United States Citizenship papers or have been classified in class one under the American draft. PATRIOTIC ALASKA df1 ROM Point Barrow and Kotzebune Sound the word comes, "We're strong for the war." There is no such thing as a halfway measure with "the checkako of the far North. Let him once ex nress his approval of a policy and you can be sure he's all for it. Alaska is bearing her full burden of the war, and her's is '.Vl ant is the deadly foe of s democracy, the world over. ' The kaiser's whole scneme oi mings is uasea on Tnffj0rjno- mrnnrr. easte. The monarch and all War funds are oversubscrib !those of "noble' blood have a d jn Alaska. Returns from pjerch by themselves. Mam- th third liberty ioan 8how the iages between the nobility anaTernto ry is 240 per cent Amer ce common people are for- ican Thig fa highest in the -bidden. The army officers are twejfth district, Arizona, fol rnot chosen as in this country,, ,owin .with2oi per cent of the on a basis of merit, the German ;a8sessed amount. uot ficers are selected from the p ,e irl the land of the -upper classes. The German !northern lights get excited government is not based at H jovel- buying bonds. They go on the consent of the governed. f ft enthusiastically, as if L.t !,e J8-by an. ut"a,cy they were tickets for the Fourth ! ,h h.t&TllfiCJtot July midnight ball game, Atl .""'"""; ithe t0Wn of Ketchikan they efficiency as much as in .fair-j . . . Jf.- ness. It breeds a race of medi- of the . loan. Five Wre people people taught not minuteg the window9 fto think for themselves, a peo-: d th to had fil,ed its fple lackingthe incentive and m- . Fairbanks, the most pirauon mat comes irom me; incorporated city in the in a uemucnicjf wuerc a mu .. . tlr m,f fivp as a chance to accomplish L- !4 ,1 , liw, 1 I Hill CO 11 VJ UUl MIM XJ wsuu. mething for himself. Red Cr08g membership America prides itself that on Kn . ny citizen is ebgible to the nnn ,v,,f -,i tnA highest honors in the gift of the iV rd llwT.OOoll rcup.c. 1,5 -w"'":""".,r"Diseven times their estimated fn 7 Mpl . "Ishare. At the government fy. "'""'coal mines many of the labor dovs oi poor lanuiira , v. .nIia ; ci o iiat; jsiujg v v. uu. h. tmms CO. 149-151 Broadway Furriers for 54 Years 1 - ' Portland, Oregon Read What Appears in the v FUR TRADE REVIEW Oldest publication ' of its kind in the -world. It quotes an announcement from a most authoritative source. "Furs are so very fashionable that every week Hhowa an in crease In their costs. Demand is almost beyond supply. That further advances will follow, seems inevitable. From every trade indica tion, the present is the most economical time to buy furs. The present assortments are unusually attractive. Early choice la an advantage." Jn announcement and an event that will awaken many woiten to the wisdom of feuying FURS now. In spite of Rapidly Advancing Fur Prices, - ve.will offer, now and throughout the ' inonth of August Decided Price Reductions on Fur Coatees, Scarfs, Capes, Pelerines, Coats Our entire and" comprehensive stock of accepted models in FURS for the Fall and Winter Season is involved. The more than 54 years of Liebes' leadership in the fur trade is sufficiently convincing of the importance of this an nouncement. , Yi v Women will find this FUR SALE an event arth coming many 'miles to participate in. ADVANCED PRICES GO INTO EFFECT SEPTEMBER FIRST Fox Animal Scarfs Including . Taupe, ' Black, Red, Brown, Pointed, Cross and White August Sale Price, $23.50 Sept Price $30.00 Aug-ust Sale Price, $33.50 Sept Price $40.00 August Sale Price $43.50 Sept: Price $52.50 August Sale Price, $50.00 Sept Pric'e $65.00 August Sale Price, $70.00 Sept Price $85.00 August Sale Price, $85 Sept. Price $110.00 Moleskin Neckpieces Throws and Gapes Aug. Price, $28.50 Sept 'Price $35 Aug. Price, $41.50 Septs' Price $50 Aug. Price, $90 Sept Price $110 Aug. Price, $122.50 Sept. pr. $150 MUFFS to Match at Corres pondingly Low Prices Natural Kit Fox Scarfs August Sale Price, $15.50 Sept Price $20 Jap Cross Fox Scarfs August Sale Price, $20--Sept Price . $25 y V - Wolf Animal Scarfs August Sale Price, $21.00 Sept. Price $25.00 August Sale Price, $27.50 Sept. Price $32.50 August Sale Price, $32.50 Sept. P-rice $40.00 August Sale Price, $45.00 Sept. Price $57.50 Hudson Seal Capes, Scarfs August Sale Price, $19.50 Sept. Price $25.00 August Sale Price, $28.50 Sept. Price $35.00 August Sale Price, $41.50 Sept. Price $50.00 August Sale Price, $70.00 Sept. Price $85.00 August Sale Price, $110 Sept. Price $135.00 Also Beaver, Gray Squirrel, Kolinsky, Skunk, Natural Muskrat, Raccoon, Mink, Nutria. and Other Favored Furs in .Neckpieces and Muffs, at August sale Prices. , EUR GOATS and COATfcES Nutria Coatee (Ermine Collar) August Sale Price, $130 Sept. Price $165 Mole Coatee (Ermine Collar) August Sale Price, $315 Sept. Price $375 Hudson Seal Coatee (Seal Dyed Muskrat) August Sale Price, $165 Sept. Trice $200 Natural Muskrat Coats August Sale Price, $195 Sept. Prfce $225 Special Concessions are in Effecjt on All Orders for Repairing and Remodeling. H. LIEGES & CO. f;urs : 149-151 Broadway , Portland, Oregon Leather Coatee (Nutria Trimmed) August Sale Price $185 Sept. Price $235 Hudson Seal Coats (Seal Dyed Muskrat) Very elaborate cut; late models , August Sale Price, $475 Sept. Price $550 August Sale Price, $275 Sept. Price $325 Cloth and Tweed Coat Fur lined and fur trimmed. August Sale Price, $125 Sept. Price $150 tarted near College .treet, throwing ;MURMAN COAST NOW aua- Calned a few scratched. Mr 8. J. H. Parke and family, MrV S. A. Saylor and family and Mrs. George Lash left today to Join th Meacham campers. Five-Year.-Old Autoist reached the White House. The present incumbent i one of iYlr jiorolUl hem. Our business and indus- NeiVJl SLtfi,.5i- i .,f nal leaders are for the most . pvpr fiptivp food administra- part self made men. in oXfler Alaska affixed ..,ess to ru wyarera as many days as New York hsen to power, not through fa- cj Also there has been a vontm or birth but by demon- voluntary movement to krated ability. . ' n lmitart- of food from .L.e!rfA" n!S... " the States. cCibs and organi- i founded on the doctrine that a za. "84 "aAeM P;:; mw i .,.. . . . selves to eat no meat but that .man should be able to reap as , , . . i rru j, v.,. : i v, iof Alaskan animals. 1 hey dine he has sown; it is sound be-; ., .v.... ,, i ' . on moose, caribou and moun- !The German system stunts the j tein sheeP individual, it is uniair ix man-; I Wind, it thwarts human develop-! Jpient it cannot hope to stand.j AMERICAN BRITONS MUST SERVE IN ALLIED CONTROL LOXDON. July 27. American and Entente forces have occupied the en tire Murman coast, on the Arctic ocean. In extreme northwestern Kus- ia. A proclamation uuued by the nm manrlava ilAlnana want T Is To Help S. F. Iayor sian terrWory under the protection of tne Allied powers. The Inhabitants SAXaFRAXCISCCf, July 2 Rhadea !ar M to RW,ist ln resisting Oer oi ye flld buckrKardnd eoap box or-jman and finninh a(freion. atora! Mayor Kolph ha a five-year I Considerable Allied, forcea are now old campaigner who win drive an jon thaMcoast at the express rwiuent eight cylinder automobile to the Pa- ,UI PPie nvina; mere, wno are co ll nan Rodeo bearing a banner, "Rolph !perunK wltn inem- Mor for Oovornor." Iar '" Bent- I a nasninion aespatcn reports as ordered In .a decree. ' The restrictions on the consumption In restaurants of milk and cheese are consequently to -be abandoned. Eco nomics effected by three meatless days per week during two months have amounted to over 31,000 tons. an average saving compared with I S 1 5. when there were no restrictions, of 2 per cent. t WIRELESS STARTS TO BUENOS AYRES MOItF THAN l;VKIt NIX'KSSAltY I Pnker this afternoon declnred that the FOIl AIMI TO II.WK ItHJOY nllfes have continued to advance In PARIS. July 27. The Temps says: rerlnin territories, adding that while The former Knipemr's death must the gulns were not extensive they were be followed by , unforseen ennse- limportnnt. quences In Russia. Hence, it is more than .ever necessary .that the Allies have a coherent, clear and fur-eins; policy In Russia-, the principles of which should certainly be in confor mity to those formululcd in Wittming The little volunteer, said to he the vniinvi( niiln lrfvar In th vrtrlH ! Ronald Dooley. (on of Ed Dooley. " "-"" uVm...n that as far as is linown there Amer- the 28 YEARS AGO t nited States comes into force N July 31, the recruiting e o n v e ntion between Great Britain and the CASTDTRIA 1 For Infants and Ch4re& : In Use For Ov30 Years at Cd&fd&t (From the East Oregonlan, July 29. 19 90. The weather Is cold la the moun tains and the sojourner at Meacham while shirerlng around the camp fire, doubtla wlsti they were In Pendle ton. Pendleton has a few girls who can wrestle with a large quid of gum as easily as can a Yasser college student A girl dropped her gum on the side walk today nd a pedestrian who fol lowed stubbed his toe on the obstruc tion and fell? barking his shins A teem belonging to Henry ncgera tore down Court street and across Main street bridge today like a pair f equine fair!, and came near col liding with ft number of vehicles. They known In auto circles as devil hano)cuff driver. chine In public at the !y 4 cele- """ip declines to make brat ion In Kant a Rosa, and will give a similar exhibition on the Falinas track. He will cnmpaUn for the mayor throughout the principal towns be tween here and Salinas, and says he Is particularly IntreKtcd In Itolph's Promina of better roads throughout the stays if elected governor. dare-' Murman coast Is limited to1 ! marines and bluejackets, the number ot which, thouKh not large, the cen- publlc If any American troops are in the occi- jPying- force, ar department offici als say, they must hai been sent by Oen. Foch from the. large .number jtrainlni? ' in English concentration tiDamr's.) Afflicted with a Herman peace, this world would be no fit place to llva In. J MKA.TI.ESH n.WH IN , v... niiivivrivrrn TAUIfl, July 17- Tha abolition of m-atlea days in France after July 20 ARTICLE USED IN rfRMINTINO VEGETABLES IH'BNOS ATRE3, July 27. Colcl- dent with the American government taking contror of the radio .station here, direct wireless communication has been begun between Tuckerton and Huenos Ayres. Xmerlcan gov ernment officials here have been re cei'lng nien-sabes from Tuckerton without relay. Tuckerton Is In nuryington county. N'ew Jersey, nhotit 47 miles southeast of Philadelphia. The station reported to have been taken over by the American govern-, ment probably Is the former German thfnst which was powerful enough to communicate with Nauen. the big Herman station In the province or llradenblirg. When Count Ijilburg was handed his passports ty Argen tina this station was dismantled. It. had been operating under a tem porary concession to enable SI ner man syndicate to conduct experi ments, and on the promise that the station would merely attempt to re reive dispatches from Nauen, and would not be used for the transmission of message. Iator It was learned that the station was sending as well ns lecefvlng messages. AUIKD fiAIXS IMPOItTANT. WASHINGTON, July 2. Hecretnry di .mi :s Mxhry m ur ciiahoe W ASIIINfiTOX, July 2. IVIli rmiikriirtlH-r, sriTrtary of llir FVtlor nl Ma-diutlon ( innmlwliin today wlnd iovrru.r Mrpluiis hramllngt as -wholly fnlw" llio stsHiticnt that Ih- lial rr-prt-wml ilm Ix-ll. r (hat Mooncy was liiillty. THESE HUN PRISONERS OF AMERICANS ARE NOW CONYINCBD UNITED STATES IS IN THE WAR "ur"s2t-. SEES?' p 1 1 Lsn.i CsScVJUb tawirfKtiss. far siawsa caami-, ssa aVyinr wUl b t lm t. sr mi Ua ssssr wasM aaswticataaai t ta National War Cmrimu Cassassf D. C, WAPIIfNOTOV. July 2 It Is jtcarncd authorltotively that 'Japan l reply to President Wilson's proposals regarding Russia have arrived. It Is i rmt determined whether further ne igfitiations are neceseary. Wilson Is In ,a long conference with the state de- 'partmetit, Kaker and Rritish Ambaa sador Residing.'- I I" W C1 1 These are Just a t of the Hun i ri,.n,.i ! ... ie. jthe past three weeks and they have pruof that Ait.fisrrf art In Ilia ar '