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PAGE TWO DJULY EAST OREGON1AN, PENDLETON. OREGON.' 'SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918. EIGHT PAGES twiwtiiit-ffi!W'yiiwfyiiiiMMw'ir;'w!wwftiww llflllirfl III I n 11 eft NLIIIILO . WHIUILU; is.' TO QUIT TELLING f 1 si m If I If j if Si B! 11 I Cooler Days Mean Coats We have (hem in every color and style that is desirable. All with beautiful fancy silk linings, plain or fur trimmed. Every one different V.-y, . The Materials are velour, silvertone and broadcloth, as well as the new materials of the season. Loose belts, straight lines, big pockets. We are featuring a wide assortment of plush and silk ve lour coats, fur or self trimmed. Make your choice early before the one that would have been your choice has been taken by some one else. All are economically priced at from S1S.50 to $123.00. We also offer a very fine selection of children's Coats, dainty, childish styles, at prices that j'ou'll be pleased to pay. Buy Your ;. , , Oil S DUU This Evening He'll start to school-Monday morning and if he has a nice new suit he'll feel a lot better, he'll study harder and get along faster. He'll have self confidence and pride. i START HIM IN RIGHT We invite your inspection of our stock of boys' things. It's complete. New suits in all wool and mixture '. . . ' 86.00 to $16.00 New Shirts, New Waists, New Caps, jNew Hats, New Shoes. Everything new for the boys' school days. I t 4 u -.tA. v' NEW LINING SATINS Ready for your inspection now. .You will want to reline last year's coat, muff -or - 'scarf. Novelty designs in bright and modest colors; 36 inches wide. Yard $1.50 to $2.(W BROADCLOTHS ' ' : Are very much the vogue this season for dress skirts or coats; a full range of .fall shades to choose from. The yard V. $4.00 to $4.50 OUR NEW PLAID SILKS Are very attractive out of the ordinai'y in col or and style qualities are the best ., consistent with price; 36 inches wide. Yard $2.00 to $2.50 SKINNER'S DRESS SATINS -Drape softly and wear better. See this complete line of colors for fall wear. Yard ....... $2.50 BABY FLANNELS In the plain wool and mixtures, wool cotton or silk, yard 50c to $2.00 Embroidered flannels in many dif ferent patterns, yard . .$1,00 to $2.0Q BUY YOUR INDIAN ROBES NOW The possibility of being able to se cure these in the near future is ex tremely doubtful; a full line of. the Pendleton Robes at . .$8.50 to $15.00 A Country Worth Fighting for is a Country Worth Saving for. BUY THRIFT STAMPS NOW PNBLT0Ni GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE "i WHERE ouse, E?) (fy Henry Wood. ' United Press Stall ; Correspondent.) gj WITH THE FRENCH AliMUSH, HHlAuJ! 2. " (fly Mull.l Coir of an order issued June 10 by Ljudendorff H3 ; and which huve Just been captured E5s from German prisoners reveal the EES fact that Oermany'a plana for a vie E torloirs offensive on the western front HI hare bgeen steadily thwarted by infor ms mutlon Riven the French and allied j55S commands by German prisoners. g I That the Herman soldier has bt 1 come so weary of the war that whe ES j he is taken prisoner he makea no ef 5 ' fort to conceal what he knows about the German offensive plans becomes jESionly too apparent In the order Issued ESlhy I-udendorff in which he freely act- hilts that two of the big German gpS ! drives this year have been checked Ftt partly as a result of information dl j ! vulged by Herman prisoners. The or SEgider, which Is as follows, indicates an astounding: decrease in the- moral, discipline and patriotism of Oerman pgS : soldiers, undoubtedly worn out by g i the length of the war and the re Hjpettted failure of the imperial hlgn command's promises to attain a quick ppT and victorious peace: pjj "Chief of the General Staff oi - Grand General Headiuartera. Th 3 1 Armies in the Field. June 1, 1918-. 'A captured -document comiiffr 3 1 from the 2d French army and dated May 29, proves that German soldiers Ft belonging to the 7th regiment of chas tEjSlaeiirs of the 197th division jf Infan ts : try, captured as prisoners north oi j Chemin des Dames during the night I of May 2 and 26. revealed to the en I emy our Impending attack. Told All They Knew. "Very probably they told all that 3! they knew about the preparations 5H: ' made in their sector and m trie adja- cent sectors. The enemy wn thii& I able to know precious deta.ls con- I cerning the hour, the form of our at tuck, the artillery preparation, the Sr; units engaged,' etc.. etc. 5 ; "Another document, dated May 2b. ; which has come into our hands, also S ! shows that the enemy, awaiting our ;ittark. jrave warning to their troops E2 agal.nst our ga. and were nble to I bring into position on the heights be ;tween the Aisne and the Vesle the rw 3ereii (the 13th French division) pg ! which they were holding on this por- ; tion of the front. The resistance ot this division cost the lives and limbs "Ejnf many German soldiers. EE3"i. "Without the treason committed 2 1 by these two prisoners, the frtirprise rFr I nf May 27 would have succeeded com- f pletely. and the success might even -have been much greater than !t Really Eii was. v j "It has likewise been established Sjthat our attack of June 9 was known Erg i to the enemy to be prepared for thi attack. r sl "VVe are struck by the precision and richness1 in details of the Infor . Imatiun which the enemy Ms able to g j secure from German prisoner?. "Orders Without Censliur. "f demand that orders be (tiven to ' instruct without ceasing and In th ggj ; most extreme detail the trooim both EH in the field and those In the interior. sE-fH; on the conduct to bo maintained In i ease they are taken prisoner. ana f; that they be made to see the whame gr5g ful character and the terrible conse nt ; quences of an attitude similar to that E.3 : of above. ' "f demand equally that the armies rr pnblishin the newppapers and Jour- nalu that they edit the text of the present order and that articles be ; written based upon Jt. j "The great majority of he men E5 ; who have the misfortune toTTe taken S I prisoners fail to realize (deserters to H ; the contrary-) the degree with which gEfS I their derlara4 ins concerning even in 3 significant objects, not only p'ace 1", peril the lives of their comrades', but EH compromise the success of cur at- tacks and raids. i "The Infamous conduct of some of gS j these prisoners can even have reper FS enssions extremely Important on tht; 2 i final victorious issues of the war; E i the war: they can even cause the :'l n:ost grave damages to the fathei- iana as a whole, j "The soldier who refuses to talk. I honors himself, retains his conscience land self-respect In his own eves. In (those of his supreme chief, in those of his country and finally 4 enforces the respect of the adversary., "Signed: I. O. IA 'P EX DO R FF." . . s&r ' ''" tirt btying, r r- 1 ji 4; Experience :r ) TN Prev!ous ta,k we ave 1 895. V Since tKat t!m the v . . i ft shown you that the dura- House of Michelin (founded Vt i TM bility of tire depends on the , J 832) has concentrated on V IM quantity and quality of the 'the production of pneumatic V l y materials used; and we have tires only, and today has fac- WY if already shown you how to tories in the United States. , l ' ' i I determine the quantity. France. England and Italy. 1 ' rf But you cannot gauge the . with selling branches in every If Jf quality of rubber and fabric corner of the world. Thus the II in a jre nP'y hy looking at scientific brains of the entire IT 4 it You must be guided by globe have been and are at if-, 1 the experience and reputation Michelin's disposal. Ik i I I of the tire maker. More and Better Materials is if '11 The world's first pneumatic the Michelin watchword. Yet ,1. l " automobile tire and tube were Michelin Tires are not high. If I lU Hub Wwmt-fcliifari HIS ' MUfeU bra-Mick. lis ISS 1. 1 r: INDEPENDENT GARAGE I Court nd Thompson Sts. - Phone 633 I dr We Now Have SOME COKE on hand FOR IM5IEDIATE DELIVERY. IF YOU WANT COKE THIS WINTER, BUY IT NOW. Phone 79 PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. PHONE 40. "Always At Your Service" OVER THE NORTHWEST Cove PaMr KxMtnds. COVE, Ore.. Sept. 7. Calvin Ooss, of the Cove Sentinel, has taken over the North Powder News plant, whose owner .Vi. Clara Winters Hork. is ar ranging to enter government pervice. He will print both the News and Sen tinel in the Cove plant. Mi- IVnloii QtiitH Hank. Kl'OK.VE, ore., S pt. 7. Miss Char lie Fenton, who wan nraduatfd,from the Cniversitv of Oregon In 1J16, has remfcned her pOHition with the Federal Heserve Bank at Sun Francisco lo be come alumni pecrtary of the univer sity. 4 ni-fMtralfott Head 1 out. h'KATTI-K. WaMh.. Sept. 7. Htitrh M. i "aid well, corporation conn.el, hah resiKned to accept a commission ap ca plain in th n rmy, iiin rent ana tion to become effective SepwtYibcr 1 IhImt Take .lrt Home. YAKIMA, Wanh., S pi. 7, M ,h t'a therme I-udd. who wan arrled by the Yak una police while matueradtnff in ntn'n clothiiiir. w-.tn talceri to h-r home itS'uttl) today 1.;. hti moth'-r. STEFANSSON BACK AFTER FIVE YEARS IN ARCTIC LANDS 'HURCHES McPoukhI! at 8 p. in. of Spukune, will preach Mclliodlst IHvincx Will Occupy Pul ltts in tAxnl Churches. i At the Presbyterian church. lr. f F. Jneson of Yakihia, Wah., will' preach in the morninR". while Or. H. j Christian S'Icmv. II. W'ub:, and JohMfl'n Htrectt;. Ser vices Sunday. 1 1 u. in. uml S . p. in. Sunday echool, 10 a. m. W'tlneMhtN evening services, N p. m. rfi;i ject of lesson sermon. "Man." The read Ins room at the church l tpen di.H. ex cept Sunday, from lioO rntil 5 l. m. o'cMk In the afternoon at the Pre b tci ian cliurcli. To find, to cajulra or to ell--uaa the claaalfled Luthera n Jjiitlicran. church services at 2 .Mr. .1. It. Chiltlix-th Iium moved her iJrewmaklnjf and ltcui.vtitcbjnjf iIh Jutu . laxt. Ort-Kiiuiati Ituildiuif teho KlMUll lit. o. Perry of Moscow, Ida., in the evening Christian, Ir. Robert Warner of S Wenatchee. Wash., morning; Dr. J. j W. McToiiKall of Sjtoknne. evening. ; S iiaptlst. It J. S. lcli of Colvllle, Wash., inorninK; lr. Andrew Warner of Sunnyside, Wash., ovenlnft". ltlIIlIIEIItlIIIIIIIIftltIIIIIIIIIlllIlilllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllItlllllliLl: llaptist Chiu-ch. Rev. V. H. Cox, pastor. Sunday morninec. Sunday school. M. W. Pen land, supt.. ! : n : preaching service.; oneof the misitlnir M. I'. pastors. 11 a- m. ' Sunday evening B. Y. V- C, pres- , Ident, M. fJ. Mason. 7 p. m,: preach-! Ing service, one of the visiting: M. Iv ministers-, H p. m. Wednesday nittht Prayer service ; and Kible study, 8 p. m. j These services are for you. A cot- t dial welcome awaits you. ' I Prohyterlaii. j s The puplt of the I're-liyterian : 2 church will bo occupied Sunday by ; S visit in i? clerfrymen. Following the 1 mornincr service there will be a meet-I InK of the confirmation to act upon the pastor's resignation and to take r IT t riie Comfort Car" minister. Kvery member of the con- treation should lie at this meelifrn. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Yonnir ieo ples meet in p", 7 p. m. -Miss Quelle Baer. leader- Miss South and the quartet will sinR at both services. Jt'NEAt. Alaska. Sept. 7. Vllhjal mur Stefanvson. Arctic explorer and discoverer of the "'tdund Kskimos," has been at Circle City on his way up the Yukon and to the outside, via Ju neau and hoi it hen stern Alaska, ac cording to advices received here today. Stefansson has spent over five years exploring: and studying- barren Arctic wastes for the Canadian Kovernment. A new continent or large island was found by SU-Tmsou on the trip Just closed. Thp new land in north of Prince Patrick fsl.-iml and was found in l:H. Mliif ss hastened the end of the ex-I pedilion. ttr-ports received from Stef- j anssotj in 1 y 1 7 iaid he hoped to make; further exploration in 1918 and litis and end his travels in 19JM. Instead of i KoiriK northward, however. Stefansson' spf-nt most of the l M 1 H summer in a hospital at Foil Yukon, Alaska. Just inside th- Arctic circle, recover ins; from an attack of typhoid, which brought him inland from the Arctic in March. l!tlx. Stefansson last saw the outside world when he sailed from Victoria. Two Inmate- Cremated. , If. C, June 17, 1 1 :t . at the head of an H II-I-SB' l;i , -re.. Kept. 7. Find-(expedition in search of" new lands (UK of human Im-ihs in the ruins of ! which have been reported to have been the county p r house at Newton. en far to the north of any explored w hi'h burned Thtirsdav mornina. !ar a. One of his origin" I larty was made i certain that J.ihn INinberui r 'f "apt. Itflert Hart let!, who had been and tttidnlph Strin-r. 1 h two inmates ; Ketir Admiral U. C Peary's Arctic miHwinu. were '-remitted in their rorrns isatitntr master. Both were alfout )i years .id and had j Although the war had not started i i ut the farm for se r.il ears. I when Stefansson left, in 1 9 1 3, he IteiniK-reer firm-rly IHed in the o--plans to e?iter war work, according to djtr Milis iJisTrict mid Htrainir near j reports, and w ill tour the I'nited Tigard. Neither is kn.rwn Xo have rcl- States and Canada, giving lectures for Cliiirdi of the Redeemer. He v. AWred I,ockwood. rector. a. m.. hold cominnnlon; 9:4:. siinday school: II. morning prayer nnd ser mon: 7:3" p. ni.. evening prayer and rermon. Subject ft the niorning- ser mon. "Persona! IU'Iiion." In the evening the rector will answer the question, "Why men should tro to church? The public is cordially In v;tcd. Christian. Sundav services at the Christian1 ; church Sunday. Sept. .. Rib! school ?! on nt Irt n. m.. K- o. Draper, su i perlntendent. are In a contest jwilh the Baker Christian . We; neod your help. Preaching H.d mm jniinimi nt U a. m. Tr. Robert War-i tier of Wenatchen. Wash-, of the M. ' K. church conference, will .occupy the plU nt the morning honr. Dr. j fmfcuyma War Stamps J of spsswpowy 1 EVERYTHING ABOUT IT TYPIFIES COMFORT No words can describe it. You actually seem to float. No whip, no buck to the II sniines lust an ca.sv din and a smooth recovery, let tthe bumps be ever so deep ami ever so close together. If you arc going to expect much of 'your car in per f orniance you should buy a llupmobile. You will not ex pect nearly as much as the new llupmobile will give you. J. LEUER AUTO CO. I DISTRIBUTORS f llupmobile, Chandler, Oakland and Garford Trucks. I Phone 222. 612-11-16 Garden St. ja(iv4. 'the Itenefit of the l:ed Cros. "illtlllll!!!IMIIIIIIII!!!l'IliniIIIIHIIIMII!ni!III!l!PM!!!M',l!limi'll!!l!m!!!!l!lim:!!l7.