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DAILY EAST ORKGONIAN, TENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1018.
EIGHT PAGES PAGE SIX ! 4 .AN INDEPENDENT P-Mlaks Daily ana (tnl.WklF al fendleto-, Oregon, toy tha reftonlaii ' IBatero; at tha postoffto at Pantile . urqrm, u aaeoa--iaaa mall falaphoaa 'ON BALE IN OTHER CITIER ; ratperlelHotel New Stand. Portland Uowmaa News Co, Portland, Oragoa ON FH.K AT Chicago Bureau, 9 Security Bulld- Washington, D. C, Boreaa Ml Four--nth Klrml. N. 'W. NEW8PAPER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (IN ADVANCE) 'Hy. otaa rar, by mall , ' , Dally, alx months br mail Dally, three montha by mall O&tly. id mod a by mail Daily, one year by carrier Oailv. alx montha by carrier. Dally, three montha by carrier. Daily, on month, by carrier Scml-Weckly, erne year, by mall l.Se Semi-Weekly, aix uontba, by mall .71 8eml-Weekl- four nwntlii o-r mall .W - . - -. . Jl . T.M . 1.78 DON'T RELY ON RUSSIA (satisfactory ; I worse. ' -v he is C OME optimist anticipate the restoraton of the eastern front and see Germany's doom in a revival of fighting: by the Russians. It in a pipe dream.- The - allies, through intervention, may keep the Huns from drafting Russi an manpower and from ab sorbing the foodstuffs of -the great Russian territory. If this is done it will be a great nations. Belgium lacked the power for its own defense. ', Should Belgium for that reason ibe left in the cold? Certainly 'not and Roosevelt would not so advise. , i The value of a league of na tions would consist in making .the world safe for countries that do not wish to go always armed to the teeth. CHANGING THE TUNE I accomplishment and will amp ly justify any steps taken to that end. But that the Russi ans will be brought back into the war in force is improbable. Russia is so torn and shatter ed, so without responsible gov ernment that little can be ex pected. - . The key to victory is in the west rather than the east. 0ir war department has adopted a west front policy. Th,e plan is to mobilize four million men on the west front and whip the kaiser at his strongest point. It can be done and when he:- is whipped in the west the kaiser will be whipped everywhere. OXI.V BE ST1I.T,. Only he Mill, and in the silence Krow . If thou art seeking what the gods bestow. , This Is the simple, safe, and certain way That Jeads to knowledge for for which all men pray. Of higher laws to govern things below. But in our restless discontent. we ko With noisy Importuiiltings, day by day; And drown the inner voice, that strives to say "Only be still, and in the silence gniw.'' IVe doobul ne catil, we talk of woe; We delve in books, and waste our forces so; We ding- to creeds that were not meant to stay, And shut our souls to truth's immortal ray. Oh would'st thou see, and un i derstand, and know? Only be still and in the silence . grow. Klla. Wheeler Wilcox. aMERICA is becoming more and more the terror of the Central Powers. In Vien na, according to the latest ad vices received here, it was firm ly believed through the city that the flying machines which carried Major Gabriele D'An nunzio and his brave aides in their never - to - be -.forgotten flight over the Austrian capi- ital were of a new model, made j in America and shipped secret ly to Italy. . j That is a way taken to ex- icuse the lack of preparedness against a raid, from the mo iment the Austrian3 convinced themselves that it would be im possible for Italian airplanes to reach Vienna, and felt safe against them. . After having professed to despise American intervention they minimized the military strength of the republic and J:strewed over the whole length , of the first line Italian treneh- !es little cards with such inscrip Itions as "Where are the milli- !ons of dollars promised bv Wil son?" "Where are the tons of THE LITTLE NATIONS s OL. ROOSEVELT is quot UL ed as saying he regards send you? millions of soldiers of President Wilson?" The fact is that just now the enemy gives a great deal of so- it as silly that a league per thought to America, ana of nations should guarantee shows every day wnat a cnange peace to. those not having thehas come over him m regard to will onrl lYia nnu'ir trt nronarP iher intervention. Austria be- growingj If we must have an- auxiliary I . . , pumping plant why not get a '' big gasoline pump ; in the event i of a general fire the electric; Speaking of labor, there is no current would probably'be putj other class in eastern Oregon, jout of-commission. : i All of ns are miking about drmucrary." fte ' soldiers 'whoso nnmes are printed in this cusuulty list liave suf .fc-retf or died for It. r TODAY'S CAKVAI.T1KS. Wounded slightly 1 Total 14 Released for afternoon papers. Xorthwes Casunlllra, Killed in action 13 Released for today. . Missing: In action 8 I'vt. L.00 I. Sturtovant, Lebanon. Wounded severy S6(Ore., killed In action. Died of wonmls ' i I'vt. Huxley I Oalbrallh, Wood- Wounded, degree undetermined.. 34 Ilium, Ore., wounded severely. If you are anxious to get more than you earn do not be afraid to earn more than you ffet. Education will be a ' more pronounced policy of the Unit ed States after the war if Pres ident Wilson has his way. This calls for trained teachers and no state can have an adequate supply of teachers without making provisions for normal school instruction. The supply of lobsters is be coming depleted in New Eng land according to the Boston Post. That is the-Boston view of the subject. .....e- Each year we think the Round-Up attendance will fall off and it grows larger instead. The Salvation Army has been feeding doughnuts to our boys at the front but they have been able to cross the Aisne just the same. weather has been sultry lhe w ("'.. ,oot" .ecrrrlina' to provisions Wilson promised to ortland newspapers. The for their own defense If by that he means the lit tle nations are not entitled to protection the colonel is out of gins to feel uneasy, foreseeing the crushing preponderance which the United States is now waiting to show into the bal- arcnrii with thp trneral ideaiance against her in favor of back of the plan for a league of the entente allies. remedy for that is to live east of the Cascade mountains. The English are not talking now about dollar chasing Am ericans; we are Hun chasers these days and give satisfaction at the job. If the French have been slow in getting Ham it will occasion no surprise; lots of us know how that goes. nine's condition is more nmm n. b . 1 ' fS .1 m w, b i c or u hi U aa V l fc WW " . -w - r MEN TAUGHT TO -' JUDGE DISTANCES same preparations for n (rood fair and a good time have been &olng on. ana Secretary Smeari expects to open the fair to the public on Thursday next with everything in proper shape. It has been fully realized all the while, especially since the bljjf fire ut Jfeppner, thut It would not be an Cany task to Kve the fair In ns suc cessful a manner this year as other season, yet tt could not be nlloweil to ko ow and the mnnnwnfnt have buckled Into the job and are now ah)e to announce to the Morrow county public that they can evpoet Komi aj timo a usual. i TlillilfSiFSW Though (ood Bhoes fit a moderate' cost r difficult to ohtatfi, there l no evidence of such a condition' In our full stocks, which are now here and attractively displayed for your examination. ciniJ?' shoes Misses' Oun Metal Enullsh last shoes, with oak tanned HOiOl-- Klses 8 1-2 to 11, pr. $-. Sizes 11 1-2 to 2, nr. -. Misses' Tnn lce Shoes, tops 8 finches hlfrh, nutda over best of soles, price.... -3.-5 HOYS' SIIOFX Boys' Outing Shoes, just tho thins to start the fall school term with, size 11 to 2. priced at ..... HOYS' HISAVY WIF.S8 , NIIOF8 Made over sond heavy soics, priced at $3.18 and $'-.H1 SIFN'S HAHVKST SHOFS All sixes, to close out anil $2,115. Men's Dreis fihoes, button or lnce, Ooodyer wolt soles, priced at ; -.45 Men's Moycr Shoes, several siyles, priced nt.... H.1.0U The Hub 32 Sample Stores . u 745 Main St (By Capt. H. It. C. Tollnrd - of fhe .British Army. Written for the United 1'resa. ) LONDON. Auk. la. (By mail.) Every British soldier is expected to he able to Judge distance approxi mately, and every non-commissioned officer and officer Is expected to do It with fair accuracy. It Is an essen tial part of his training. Without It he cannot g-lve his orders correctly. Most people have their own men tal unit of comparison. Such tiid such a place is a mite nway, and they al ways think of distances in terms of comparison with that mental picture. Hut thouRh fo the ordinary man. hnlf n mile or nn In f-lnsn enotieh reckon- i InB. the soldier must he able to esti-'STOfK KXCII NiK MI ST Itfcl'OllT! mate distances in onus oi no ynrus or . XKW YOKK, Kept. 7. Memhers of i less, and he con only teach himself to tne Bt()c excliunxe will be required to do this by hard practice. It Is. by make daily statements of the amount ; practice that he ffets a store of m-"-.0f money borrowed on time or call In tal nnlts of comparison whlcn enable the future, under a i-ulinK of the kov- ! ... . .1-, ' . ... . tl mm 10 juuse oisiam-cs mi im.j iirm. (CrnuiK commmeo pass-o ycsieriiay. One of the bowl ways of teaching i ; K men distances Judging is on route 1 xo DMI'AMOX A SII.K SWKATl-'.ll ' F marches. At a halt the men estimate ; ' Wnmnn OIats tip Clothes. . YAKIMAH, Wash., Srpt 7. Ely Tsoneff, ,a Bulgarian who recently ndvertised here for a wife, yesterday appealed to tho police to rescue from Mrs. Frances Martin a dress, waist. hat and other 'arftclcS wntchMie'Jifl.d bought for her,' as he claimed, on her promise to marry him. Pome disseminators of Oerman propaganda are running for office in this community. Icfeut them! Senator Scores N. Y. Draft Raid Officials WASHINGTON. Sept. 6. Senatoi Thonuis today demanded that persons responsible for the Xew York drur't raids lie dismissed in disgrace from government service. 5 the distance of objects visible ahead of them along: tho road. "When the march is resumed these estimates are checked by pacing the distances. In this way the men are tniisht tn take an Interest in distance judging, and a competitive spirit Is encouraged among them. Tn the same way the ranses of all prominent objects near camp are carefully taken with a. rann finder and tho men are taught by heart the various distances. ROMAN SOLDIER RAMS GENERAL (By Henry Wood, United Tress Staff Correspondent-) K , - In Making 1 Suggestions TUE DELTA SUGGESTS You buy CANDIES made from sugar; some" sugarless candies will do more harm than good. DELTA ICE CREAM IS THE CREAM OF CREAMS Have you ate a Lunph at Uie Delta? . - YOU WILL ENJOY OUR SUNDAY DINNER. Don't search; but for Sweets, all good things to eat. Delta goods are known for their "Goodness." c FOR SEPTEMBER V Will be here within the next few days HERE IS THE LIST No. 4.M.-..1 Price 1.00 France We Have Not Forgotten You War sons;; Ijimliert Murphy. We'll Pray nr You War Ponr; Olive Kins. o. S--77 Prk-e SI. 35 Kent lYotn the Itainlmw iirl Victor Lisht ftp era rompanv. (iems From Jioe-k-a-ny-IJahy Victor Usht " np era Company. Nn. 18 H1 Price 8.V Ture"s a Lump of riiigar Itn In Iilr Sons. Marlon Harris, fitnrir l-Mik lUill Pong Billy Murray. No. 18184 I'rk-e 8.V-. WImh We Meet In llie Swift llye anil Itle Ster ling Trio. A lutiul-m- I run tlx- V. K. A. I'eerless Quartet. Sn. I8IKH Ir(-e 8."ic Wh.-n lcamlcr Takes Ilm Itaz Time llaml to KriiMT Marion Harris. I'm (.oliii to Pin My Milal on tlie l.lii I l-fl lle lilnd Song IVerless Quartet No. IKI87 l-rh-e 8."ie t.artb-ll of Mj lr'tn- SonK C"has. Hart. Jbt Old Tin-' nl AH Helen Clark anil shannon Four. No. 18IH8 I'rlce 8V k.I nve VimIht Mairce Harry Maclonou).-h anft Kh:intion Fyur. Mm- hh- Ml. and All For im Sons llel-n Clark oh: Nil. 18181 How I llnte lo h1 Arthur Kii-I'lw. I rwh KoiiK Arthur Kieltls. 1rlr 8.V- in (lie MiMniirur Song Waldorf As Ast'iria Or- ESS Dixio iJind 3 No. 1817" Price 8.-c Oh iJidy! iJiily: Medley One-step toria Dance frchestra. Sinlunl Medley Fox-trot Waldorf chestra. Xo. 18I8S Prlee B.Te. Itlilin' The nine Fox-trot Original Dixio Ind Jazz Hand. SeiiNulion IUC One-step Original Jazz Hand. Xo. 18l0 Price 8."ie Old Ian Qurkcr Victor Military Hand. The While CwlUMie Victor Military Hand. Xt 18IOI Irl-e 8.VT fireen Mountain Volnnlcers Victor liatid. MK-.-d t'c I'low Victor Military liand. ItF.I SEAL P.F.CfHtDS. Xo. 8721 l"rlce S-.'MI. (tier There First verse in Knglish, French Enrico Caruso. Military E3 2d verse in Xo. MT8S Prlee SI.OO. Hons- riong Kmillo le Oogarza. Onsrlct In " Quartet. Xo. 7C.TS l'rk-e SI. F; 1at Menuetlo 5o. Unuin String ItarliHTe A Curci. Xo. 7I.MI l"rlee l.".' Little lire I Hear Amelita c.alli- Xo. 1 1517 ITiee SI-"". ,'l linia nHM Nmur Ciovunni MartinellL , Dear Old Xo. BI785 Prl-e SI. no. I 'a I t Mine xona John MoCormnck. ROME, Aug. 14. (By Mail.) Olll lio Revi. an 18-year-old volunteer from Rome, has just been granted the supreme distinction of the leal Ian general staff namely 'a leave of ahsence to visit his family in recog nition if military bravery for hav ing captured an Austrian general. That too much discredit should not IS I he attached to the Austrian general for having surrendered without at least negotiating the privilege of re taining His sword. It must he explain ed that the general surrendered after Revi. convicting himself Into a bat tering ram. plunged his head with terrific force into the solar plexus of the fieneral. This left rhc latter with out sufficient breath to open negotia . Revfs deed was cited at the timejES fn the Italian official communique He wns one of a patrol of H "ardltl" (volunteer soldiers who Insist on pushing constantly into battle) who during the Austrinn offensive of June found thernselves suddenly In open battle with 60 Austrinns. Four of the H "ardltl" were killed, and there seemed title chance for the remaining 4 when one of them, a young man from Padova, suddenly ahnutfd: "Assaulting column, forward! De ploy and attack!"' P.iu-c Sftittcr Austrian. The ruse -was effective, and the 60 Austrian began a hasty retrent. a ET5 i somewhat aged officer with a group S j of defenders remsinlng behind to S2r.over the rear. At once the four re fyiimnlning "ardltl" attacked this real s3 guard. Revi picking out tho officer - who appeared to be in command. Hnrl dashing forward with full speed, with S3 his head low. rammed the latter Intojpa the stomach tit the AustNan nfflrar. j 3 A terrific hand-to-hand struggle ; ensued. While Revi kept beating 33 down his prey, the t-.ree other "ar-lss dltl'" engaged the officers who sought 5 to defend their fallen superior. The j 533 Istter were, facing certain defeat ' 3 through superiority of numbers when. 5 another group of "ardltl" rushing, up I 3 f-nved the day. In the meantime thiE3 young soldier from Padova whose ruse had started the Austrian retreat was killed. Only when victory was complete!) Er 3 ' won was it discovered that the Aus El trlnn officer with whom Pevl was gp st ill struggling was a general. His g j injuries seemed serious, and he was gf at once rushed to a hospital, where S3 i In spite of every medical attention that could be given him. he died i few hours later. r For all Its own unquestioned jK charms the gayest and softest of silk sweaters is aided and abetted in IIh J work by a smart Mouse with the ac-j cent on pretty collar and cuffs. Here ! b a blouse of white cotton net which ; r serves as a more hRckKroiiml fur the deeply urn Hoped collnr nnd cuffs of wblTo nrcimifp. AVnrn with a bril liant hneel pwonter tho effect in most 'I desirable. I I at j desirable. Pillllllllllillll i piiifi it 1 - - .' .. . . . i 3 Si 1-1 II WARE. EN'S MUSIC HOUSE ?1 5Iorrow County Fair f 1 I. Will Open September 12 The Firestone Company developed the Giant Tire" " and had it operating successfully on heavy duty trucks while many engineers were saying "It can't be done." . . . This illustrates how the Firestone Company keeps ahead and sets the pace in the truck tire field. For the generous measure of mileage, truck pro tection, traction, gasoline saving, equip your truck9 with Firestone Tires. We'll tell you which type. We aflrerllse and offer War Savings Stamps for sale with every purchase. Simpson Tire Service Company 820 Slain Street ITtone 521 -There ha 3 223 E. Court St. 5 Night Phone 268-J L. A. MENTON, M?r. Day Thone Gol f I iii ji r.' r-i, fi'i. 1 not been any Brent upread of Imnner z'Z ..... . 5: i thta ear concerning the HUth Annum r,rnm ,wmmmm(. ..H-iHif-iiHiwtitiwinnfli!w i .ii ia..U.ii.i.i.1t..Jitl.'.ii.huuiil-.i.UMi.UiHlUliiiiii:..lji.lhiHUiU iiiiiHiiiirti.umt -asiri iuw wt'uiii r mn, w-.v - MIUiUIIIItHUlUtilUtHIIHUUMiUiilllllUaiimNMtlHIIUIHMtnMHnilUMa.iUmiUlHIUIUHHltHllliMaiaWlllllM1illlHll