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Number cojHe printed if ycMorda Dally Edition 2,812 Thin paper In a member mid audited bj the Audit Ilureau of t Irrnlntlon. . ' ' - IV. -7r-- COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER ' , -Q.J-1 s$ . ,jsfT ' ' VOL 30 ST. QUEfWAMBRAI Sfffl SPREADS OVER 30 AMmCMSrAMjtA CKIMG EAST O F BRITISH ,F AHEAD OF DEEP INTO RFNCH Lambda is ' Entered; Canal Crossing, Towns, Guns Taken in Sweep of Al lied Armies. PARIS, Oet. . (Ihxvlvrd at S:15 OVkwk.) Tls list tie In iiroccwllng Willi great intensity alonjc Uio entire battle front. Willi Carnival's fall, l.udcndorrr defense's continue crum triinjg about hint. 14MOV. JeC . British, lrcnch and Americans resuming UxHr illvli In the St. (juentln-t'amlsra melon this morning extended tlte flajillna over a 30 mllo front, miln-acfnic tlio aector above t'amhrsl. Itapld procrcwi to being made everywhere. Held Mar dial Italy reHrted. Tlie Canadian have caiKuml ItamlllioH, two miles nortlieaMt uf Camliral. More Hum MM HI iirlMinera and many iruns were taken In veMerday'N oH-ratlon on thin front. The lu-ilhdi have entered t amoral, aald I In lie I'KNKTHATF. 5 MH.KS. HY JOHN lK I.AMH'. (Inlleri lrea Staff tlorreMUoiHkmt.) I'AltJH, x 1. t. Tlie allien are Mill mashlnjc forward betweeu HC tuen tln and femoral. Tlie trench are at tlie itatea of llo. kain. 1 1 mile nortliea.it of St. yur-n-tin. Tlie American are two miles from TIniHltciiy. IW-twecn SI. (jiii-mln and famhral an average advaiMW of one to tliree nines has been made with a total pen tlraUou of five miles In liie center, wliere American. Irish, KisKcli ana rnaJnli have driven dti Into Use en- cmy limn, eaKurlnK lraucuurt and lTeioonc OHJMTIVrX I.KfT lll'.MIl. HY MIUI I.Ij MKM.KTT. (lulled lr--s Starr t'rreWMlciit.) WITH TIIK llltlUMI .N HIAM K Oil. . Tlie llrllisli. Anrliiw and fVew-h aua4'Liiiic on a wide front hv , Iweeu St. V"''rti" ,Mi tumoral are well ahead of their Heheriiilfd objee tleM. 'Ilie aaiili, iM'uiiiiiiiMC on a limited rronl early plerdar. raldl arew In Mtve uitUt It eiM'vHiipaMMMl the wlHile rront iK'twit'il IIm lwt elllea. Tlie Aim'rUaiMi .tin-re .are t.eiw-rnl ewlH "wllibut'' dltlloll lrtMiM from imiIi t'arollna, Noulh f 'aroliiut and lenneAM'e llifl Anwlii-aiM overcame slnblMH-u rneiny nulnniu, i.m-III) from inai'hliH'-Kuiia. , , ( AMItltXI KM:itl l. "At li MI till" mornlmc the aliaelt wsm rcMimed ou the whole front or the third ami fourth armlea," llul uimmiiiiil. "l-'lri-t reMrts mated raf id inKreM Ih lielnic niHile rlif) where, shortly after liil'lnlltlit the tfenadlaim mH WinI alMiie t uiiiIhuI. Tliey have iitured Itamtllieit and m iii red erowhiK r Ihc l-jit eanal IH-ar Haillllllra. We have entered tanilH-al. Tlie lilillilxr of prlaonen taken ii-rilu e-eecU buimi. Many guns aluo were laki'n.v WITH TIIK AMKIIH'AV AlUllrX tH-t. B. (Itm-lved 1 o'Hock. 'I he unverKhMt attack on tJut Aricomie maawir iimtliiue wlih riHu-wiHl n'- tw. Ileatr fluhlli'lf has develiied In U" eenler wlH-ru liiliitrlnir was prexh'd by iiiiunuully vtronif arlll krylun lKlliii all lilt lit lnllf. PENDLETON WILL FIGHT EPIDEMIC Ir. II. J. KavaiimiKh. elly litnllh of flrer. hua inMvol Imalructlitim from III alule huHril of lieallh to rloae nil nubile nieellllKS, Ihealrvs, si'hools, etc., upon lh fut aii!Mraiii' of HnaillHh liiftiiiMiKH In tlio illy. Tina iiiDinlim Dr. Kaiaiiauiih repurii-d llinn wua bo) i aa of (lit) illavaaH In m, a llialliin who waa taken flnm the train to 'ln an" ami la In Hi" lioa Mlal. Hlioilld lllll dlaeaaa Mll"ar he will loiuiily wlih lbs oidr of Ilia siala board and all lilllr al bet llla III Ilia . 1 1 . SEATTLE HAS 029 INFLUENZA CASES aK ATI l-l'-,. oi l. U. rlanlll Infill i' ii r n ts.ex Minoog i lvlllwos reurhed H whi n Sll ne" eis rseolded i"ilil. Tlieie toivs been no livlllllll n.i.ili. 'Ino soldiers, boili from loan. :.ite illol. , . . ' - . - ' 7 t AMERICANS OBJECTIVES V ENEMY DEFENSE SH0RTAGE0FS200.000 REMAINS FOR COUNTY City Shares Half responsi bility for Liberty Loan Lack. Pendleton and 1'iimlilla county are itlll ahort of their full uuota boui 1200,000 equally divided between I'endleton ond the county. Itcporta received laat nlglit Indlciite over f 26.001 In the elty and county was subMTrlbed yeatenlay, but greater speed than this will Ih tieeegaary to make up the full quota if It is reached in time. From Milton It waa indicated a good npurt was mada yesterday, but no fut ures were given. -While Athena waa reported to hsve reahe a total of 9lM,ovv. leaving n.vu jei to it u I'ilot Hock was said to be tn siKht of Its quota. E POCKET ARE OFFERING SUPREME RESISTANCE Le Chateau Attack Evident ly Throws Troops Into Disorder. II Y JOHN I IK OA.t)T (l'nited Tress Htaff Correspondent I I'AUIH. Oct. . The .atlaik ny Uvnx's and Itawliuaon's urmies tow- rds Ise Cateau this morning tends to precipitate the withdrawal of the Uermans In this region. The Herman are evidently being thrown into dis order. French and Americana uro forcing the enemy back in cham pagne, consolidating their nains on the iulnue river front, w hile r rench ca valry Is north of the river reconuoit- erlng towards Jiinlvlli and Mmi IiiiiuII, In Arsonue the tlrrmaiia, cauglit in a pocket, are offering supreme react ance. An artillery buiile Is raging along a wide- front northwest of Ithcima. RlMtMBte- AY, OL-v T b . . . l j - 1 1 1 : - " ' " "KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE NAIL1 j - . . , . o"- -7 : rr3- -. , DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, RIGHTING OF WRONGS TO FRANCE IS FINAL MOVE WASHINGTON. Oct. 9. It la learn er; that Wilson will probably address c nxrean regarding (iernian peace pro posals after Maximilian replies to his inquiry. It became known that the piealdent's declaration for the evac uation of occupied territory beforo any armlstlc, dll not contemplate the evacuation of Alsace. The rlahting of wrong done France will be determin et'. at a final peace conference, when Germany muat return Aiiace. The White House viewpoint is that Wll r n's Inquiry does not bind him to any special course. Wilson I'iiei Authfir- LONDON". Oct. B. "ITesldcnt Wll sen's answer was as the whole world expected. ' said the Evpres today. "Ha pins the author, be he kalaer or Max. ta one plain Issue. It virtually i a challenge. If the Germans aw sincere In their delre for peace, let ll m withdraw their armies to Ger many before asking It." FRENCH CAPTURE BITTERLY DEFENDED PARI. tct. 9. It is officially an nounced the French have captured German positions on a three ml, flout southeast of St. Quentin- "'Dur ing the night southeast of St. Quen tln we look a bitterly defended Her man position between Haley and Xeu-vlllg-8t. Armand. The latter village was out-flanked to the north. Vio lent artillerying occura south of the o!mi and on the r!ulppe front. Above tlie Arnes river the Hermans unsuc cessfully tried to offset dur yesterday gains.. They Incurred heavy looses. V e took 8U0 prisoners yesterday on Hie Arnes front." SEVEN MEN SELECTED TO SERVE AT FORTS . Filling the calls for Fort .Stephens a:id Fort .McArthur announced by the heal board yesterday the following men have lieen selected: Fort e'lephens am Crlgler. Free water; Frank J. Uritalii. I'ilot Hock; Flank 1 J'laler. tanfield. Fort McArthur It- K. WulCainntt, Wallowa: AP'ert T. liulill, Fleewater; Ualph D- Snl'Sr, Freewaler; Joseph Hayes, lUMeruitlon. mors iti rou IX IIAVAKIA. . Ill JINK krt. riwiMirirmed rn iiHH'tf are- reeelted today tf sertmis ri ot In Itatarla. fx t . J PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, q OBJ. jf 8. EVERY SOLDIER FOR DESPERATE E E Hospitals and East Combed . for Men to Hold Line, While Berlin Tries for Truce. . SHUNTING TROOPS TO FILL SUPPLY GAP Ludendorff- Preparing Line After Line of Retreat Defense. ' J!y WJIJJAM I'HILUP SIMMS. (Timed Ireaa tuff Correspondent.) l'AHIS. Oct. 4. The German ar n:vt today are attempt. rig the most dt operate operation of the war. They have len commanded to hold or die In give the allien the ImprenHlon they will not yet be beaten while Berlin proceed with her truce plot. Lacking sufficient field artillery, the Huns are niacin? all available trench mortars, howitzers and high velocity guns at critical points In an effort to Htou the blow but ceaselesa allied advance. The Germans are bringing every available soldier from Jula and tlm l'-fine. and the east generally. Honpital throughout many have been combed for nearly lit comiileHcenta. The Lsaon salient is gradually tightening'- The British aid Americans are driving a pruiia l j deeper between St. Quentf n and O mural', while the French are doing l he ii t e between R helms und 'er dtn NlllilitCM ltUU Kll(Mf. is hort of guns, ammunition, air planes and reserve, JLudemiorff is friiutlMislly fhuntlnl. what he has from thitt point to that, fighting n ever increasing battle. Belgian ci vilians art reported forced to work on line alter, line of dele uses about ?stend and Xeebrugge, indicating i he Germain consider rear guard HghUng across Belgium Inevitable !f i they hope to arrive at the Alwerp- Numi.r-Meu line. JAPAN DELIVERS FIRST CONTRACT VESSED TO U. S. WASHINGTON, Oet. . It Is an nouneed that Julian hus delivered her i first contruet shii to the l ulled Sinus shlliinic hourd. This ship Is include.! Ill deliveries of eiinyileti d vessels dur ing Heideniher, the total tunmiKe lor Ihc month Lelnii 36U.333H deadweight. Tlie Hetleinher roduclion hioke all records with 74 ocean vessels from shiillii laisrd urds. Smaller vessi Is duiinu Hie month made a total of 100. "ll, s . I I. 1 Jh, BEING MASSED NEMYDEFENS fA?r fttlT, OVER 8000 CAPTUR 65,000 FILL ARMISTICE CONDITION, SURRENDER 'ijO.VlHlX. X-f. 9. Hlxty-tle thou ftuml liiiltfuriMii mtldlcrs have wirren-dt-rI to l he allies mH of I'nkub 011- otftfial ilispatJ'hcs tcxlay aiiuouncc. NURSES MEASURE PENDLETON BABIES AT BAPTIST CHURCH s The Baptist church has been select ed as the place for the measuring of Pendleton babies October 21, -2 and 23, in accordance with a request from the government that ail children un der five years of age in this county be weighed and measured. Superintendent Fred P. Austin has guaranteed the co-operation of I'en dleton school girls tn assisting nurses from St. Anthony's hospital in the work of getting the necessary data for use by the federal government. The work Is nation wide and will take place In every county in the l'nited States. In Umatilla it is under the direction of the Women's Division of the I'atriotic Her vice league, with Mrs. M. U. Bennett In charge. Following Is Governor Withy (Continued on pace six.) UTILIZATION OF FLOOD WATERS OF UMATILLA WILL BE DISCUSSED At a meeting -of the Commercial I Association lul- evening a coinmuni cation was read fmm K. I'. Uodd of . Hermislon, inviting me rubers of the I association to join In a meeting for jdfFcusMing the subject of utilization of (flood wuters of I'matUla river for ir IrtKUtion and was referred to commit 'tee mi county affairs with the recom iiiendat ion t hut un early date be nuniefi. j Hills to the amount of t340.RO were iuutlited Hiid ordered paid. J. C. Snow I a ltd H. K. Jnlow were elected mem- l bers of the association. j Speaking for the Klkt loue.. J. If. KMos expressed the desire of the lode to work with the t'oimnen ml Aisoei alion in entertaining drafted men be fore entrain! im for cantonment. Hereafter entertainment of draft men before departure will be in charge of ( the tord of lustructlonH. C. K L'run wtoii, h cbairmati of the board stated ihe would continue to lean on the two organixatioiiH for support for assist- inure in seeing that men from CniHtil la county receive a proper send off on i lea ing for twv ice. V. - ' MR THAN THREE AND HALF MS , 3000 ENEMY TAKEN ON SOUTHEAST SECTION OF FRONT i Heavy Concentration man Artillery Reported Between Meuse and Argonne Battlefronts. -9 WILL TAKE VOTE ON OIL CO. ORDINANCE Petition Filed for Referen dum on Granting Location. Do you know what ordinance No-: iM9 is, and that you will he asked u. vi te in a referendum for the repeal of the ordinance? If you are not posted on the ordinance and what it means. It oehooves you :o look it up belweeu now and November 5. Following is the text of the refer et.dum: "To repeal Ordinance No. tit. granting the Standard oil Company, a corporation, permission to locate, erect, operate and maintain ware houses, tanks and ether necessary building on certain lands within thi CHy of 4'ad)eun f 0'. tae atoraa and strlliution of petroleum and Its pro. di els and other kinds of merchandise-" ordinance No. 1S was passed by th city council and appro-ed by May or J. Ji. Best. February a. 117 grants to the standard oil Co. tn Privilege of building warehouse and storage structures on lots in block 110. Ueservation addition to I'endleton for the storage a,nd distribution of ! t'oleum and its products. j If the ordinance is allowed to sl-'nd it is understood I'endleton will become a distributing center for tht products of the company. If the or dinance Is repealed the company will be forced to go to some other tow to establish the distributing station fjr this Interior section. The ordinance was passed almost two years ago and a few days, affr s petition for its referendum wa fil ed with the city recorder, it ha since i-ecoote un alm-st forgottei issue hi I'endleton; one vhlch voter will need to look intc before voting Mr. Chapman, representing the Stunditrd oil Co.. uppe-titd htfoie the meeting of tlie Commercial A---cia- li.n lust evenll.g and called the at- lenliou of the iieetin;; to lie r-il-rur.ce- T'1 mailer v. fts referrej ty a cioumitu for investig ,lion enl re- Mot st !h- meilng next we -I;. At v. Ireh linn li e .sociaicn wt'l so 'in ecxrd as -jii-,- iug or disupi r-ivln ihe refei-eit'lii-n. AH Draft Men Meet At Arcade Tonight Ail men of alt cla! sul-jeCt to draft aie hereby ordered to report lo Pt lid let, n Arcaiie theater promptly at K p- ni-. eil i)CrMlu , (K-toher ttth 'l'hik Jin iudeb all men troni Ik to 4... All patriotic male cittjteii are urged t. uiteiid. Iearn lo cooperate with the war department. Help put mil lion, in Kiaiice ahead of ttchedule. Von tan bave tht aovei nment tnou andit in ntoiie and week in time- lntrut'tioiitf will U Klven U rpre MllUitive. of State 'oulK'il of lefeie Atuet uan Hed t'ro, tate I ouuiiHiki or the Ann) Y. M. O. A. i ' Heain cial HieiiH ociet. i'reate moi alt lo defeat Hun, Thin llitef!iiif tit lil by order of the War d ptirinoMit. hi a tied: t.tpl. Itlchurd Kiifeli, Med. forpi", mmio lew U. ' ta-t. J. K- Thol ne. Anierieait Hed tii i. A. Steele, tut department. At my V. M. f. A. I. ! THE WHTHB 1 rORECAST Tontubt uid Thiirxlaiy fulr. , UrHilu-r I'urtlt 4 IttutU. M.. Milium Uiiiiiriiilui-, M idltiMjiH lempt-t (li --, f hf r p.ii 1 1 i bud . U tod We.l likbl. Hiiiitt ill, none. daily EYi;i:;sjC!Ti;:i If ftm caaaot fih ta ran. ftna yoae tulM " " yws share of honds fcofofa HX a Jw'km ar exposed. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NO. 9557 ME USE and Shifting of Ger BY tlLAXK J. TAVIXMt. l'nited Press Staff CVwTrsiiasadeM.r' WITH THE AMEIUCAXS IX IHAXCK. Oct . rrersr-li and Ans rrieaiM in an attss-k east of the Ms" have advawed tser three and lutlf inlloi In aunsa plaxm. Tlw (srminii are reported coorc traUna; Iw-arllr behind UomairnM vhi-li forma Ukb exact center of ttjss enemy front u rlw Mease audi tlie Anronne massif. Tlwlr artillrry Ih exteremrly dense there, martilne. minsavrraciiHr omlr a few yarda apart. Shnultaneuuslr a areat imnmnu at ! -.... .MilbM im SMSStSlI f B thJ M1 ., n.n.iniioi nay be pmBraUMT u reanraara tion ooterin; further witudrawal. AltTlIJr3lY MOVING.I " (irandpre Is the center est mneh r. tinks-y wliien Is moving rearward. Tlits -viliaae cuard tlte eastern pnirsme us a cut tlirouafi Uie Aneonne forest nlirre Usn railway runs.. Artillery Im itltr' amiHUt the whole front today. Tlie fuia-MiHa woods were drem-tsnt it Ith fire all ithrbt. Brteullea to atdt burning. I.KKY. WITH THK AMKRICAX8 1ST ritAXi K. tht. . Veriltiu la ouw freed from (merman artillery domina- IMlton.. It sit released by auecesafal Iranra-Amrrhwn attas-k hMa es- U rday east of Use Mesne. ITeasare la iiHTeaslnic aaalnst the Krk-iiUldt-KtulUnc Hue everjrwliere. Kvas'ualiuic Argonne ttm. PA HIS. Oct. . In Champagna. Franco-America division menace Marhault. The enemy is hastily evse iiatlng the Argonne forest under French pressure. stMMt f.iprrRHi viTi:iiDAV. WAs..VilYN. tkl- srarral IVrsliinic today refKMned Uie Aaierl. ea us emptured Osruay and four otnee villagea, taking- sotHI sfiaoaer jrMec day. Teaeiiera at I jft (raude. LA OKA.VOE, Or., oet. . Teach ers from ftaker. Wallowa and- Lnion i c untle are arriving in La Urande j f th. .. Inatituta to lie held hre. The sessions started today. lJr. K. A. inship. well known ItoMton ptdagogue. waa firt speaker. Kobert Krohn, Portland, will 1ho apeak. The Imsttiute was transferred to l4 Cirande at the eleventh hour km aa ep idemic forbade its meeting- In tn ttrpiUe. the original meeting pia.c- HcIm I milder to .nMrif-u. The French and Americana at Uu-k cd under cover of darkneaa yeaterdaif morning completely surprising tb (iermana and advanced over a mtim and a quarter In the Initial ru-h. lie MiktMiice stiffened wit the daylight, I'rogreMi lie re ia itumt tin porta nt be cmuim it reliettM the danger lo the American flank along the Muuaa mn4 it routed iicrman artillery neata whirls made anterit-an poitioii ucioaa h river uncomfoi table. OtdT liaitlcgitHiiHl. KtutiiinK over fie'-lte whbti he1 not ioen Kt f i t tl b 'he ritioh and A me 1 1 m it t'lav m tuiieed out two li 1 1 lew on m liiile f(nt. Tbi opei'MtKin hu K'rml mi r itat bi-n d t he A merit' " rigi flank wtit of the Mvim. The tie 1. 1 it bet w t'li the M i oe Mint Ant" iv iiinl .If lit rl.nig.f of teli l.oV ed U a i-..ir.lef m '! dl&ta IH 71 MEETING TONIGHT IS ENTIRELY FOR MEN Tl.i- iiott'iK tn li ditfi toe in lm bill u( tbe Al'J'te lllralrr lofilghC M tt lo ii !) 'I tie oi il r ) for t ba M (It'll -I. HO Of llll ll.OI itt-t aril I I urew i.f i M'ld I Ib'Mtrtrr there (4 i.. iii.ji-i lion t jdriol-tio b nf I . (4 .' 4 , if III" lit mil H t-l be t Hlm n. ii ,oi i t m it 1 1' M ifl to. i b ad liiittt.l i. tliw m -i in 4 'piMlrt ltu B.i: .f 1 1 if o.t.i.i i toipeiol fptt j J t,.Mi of Ilie I ( ft Hilt ,lt i ' Miii k The) niiiHing a gtrer i. ii i of ir ft Hfrsoii nd re . Iioui'ii btiM i iowdeei t iiir mi '