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) I r , ;tLaBig g so4i LzS ni?!Yr"H'fq miff If rro ewamst flht T" ran. H- ynar baakc aad yon DAILY EYEi.T.'G ECiTIOi) Number eol'lt's printed of yesterday's Daily I Union 2.7G0 Tlila paMr In member and audited hf the Audit llurcau of Circulation. Miami or ikmmm aurora urn til km ara expoanl. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918. NO. 9539 VOL SO TV0 H UN DRED Ml LE DEFENSE IS CliMlG, FOCH STBlPEX OF CIGMIC SAUEOT INFLUENZA IN PENDLETON; - WN IS CLOSED IE CUT HELD BY ALLIES. GRAND PRE IS mi FRENCH, YANKS TAKE FORESTS VITAL DEFENSE nv ruF.u ri:iM;rwx. (I'nlled1 ITvsa Waff Oirrraimlonl.) WITH T1IK AMKJMCANM, - II. I YenHi trooM, cooM-ratln 1tti lite AmrlmiM. have reached t.rand Ire'a outskirts. Tim allle now ronlrol llio imponaut rut tiirouKh uir Arxnno nas-df. ami liao raimiml mo tor-;;, it iiHwi linisirtanl defense. IjONIMJN'. . II. Allied Ulrol hats I'Miml t.rand 1'rc. Tim 4ier. niana ar reimrtitl evacuating; the t iicnilir lira Imiimh region. AMERICA REACHES NEARLY 2.000.000 III TROOPS ACROSS Over 1,900,000, March An nounces, Now in Europe. WASHINGTON". Oet. 11. America ched nearly 1,000.000 In troop shipments, March today lold corre spondents. Over l,00,uo American.! are now In Kurope. Hhlpments are continuing. He said, "This is no time lo uct on the Idea that the r la over. The Ihlnij to do la to back the government with men and money un til victory I certain." It as March's appeal for the I.lh erty bain. ELMER TURNER HELD ON BOOTLEG CHARGE Klmer Turner waa placed under ar rest last evening by Alf Oftedal, fed erul officer, being caught with four rases of whisky In his possession. The llijuor had Just been delivered to him and Turner was carrying It to the cel lar whi n arrested. Ha waa taken be fore Justice J. II. I'arkes and released on $i bonds. It. I. Kealor, district attorney, haa filed Information wlih - purpose nf holding the case for the grand Jury, and It will prolmbly be tiled In the circuit court. Klmer Turner wus dismissed from ARGONIN WITHIN GRASP the I'endleton police force last June ! mailt alsite the Kario river laiwanls on reMiiest of the police eouimlttee j lii-ls-l-jMtie aiwl also ihhI of Haul after having been a member of the auiiilncN and along lhe north liank ol force for more than a year, llsu llaule-lniilo canal, cast of Nels." STOP WHEN HEAVEN MAKES PEACE WITH HELL, MESSAGE OF GEN. PERSHING'S BROTHER ' When Heaven makes peace Willi ..ii .ii i. ii. -i,,icii f,,r us in' , years to g,t Hie hots back home, Hie Weslon, Helix and l'llot Hock. Consider making peine with Herman ,,,,,. Kl() ,.,.,, declared the; ,,. . ,.,.,, chainoaii of a so autocracy." 'American troops si.ulil remain on jnting cuinmllli'o at Holtliiian, turn- Tills HUH the mesaiigo delivered )es- llollosli soil until liermuliy had paid ),, uer to Seililarv i'bessiuail lodav tenlav lii I'oi ilaiid lo the eonferi nee her last dollur or liulemiilty. subscriptions amounting lo H V .'i. all of l iilted War Workers by a brolher Heiiirned V. M. ', A. suretailes ( fc)im uinounia. There are two i.f ilen. ml I'eishlnsi, iu;eordiiig lo who addressed the ronfereiiee, slid inmminees In llm lloliimuii illsiriet H, erelarv M. It. t'hessinan of the ra- most of them acre formerly minis lliolle Kervlca lagun alio ai lived tela, er loud In llulr praise of the hoine Ibis morning from lhe confer- wonderful co-operallon betaeen I'ro- testailt, t'ailiollc and Jewish relief or i'ersblng waa only ous of a doxen ganliuilious. "They have foruolten epeaki'ts who uddri-ssid the confer- tin ir sectarianism In ttielr American enee anil most l.f the men Who r lit- Ism." Iliey ilei laleit. ii r. Iiiriie.1 flom Fiance. AeeordlliK ! The i-onfei enee isus largely lillentl. ... Mr. ClH-rMiifiti the biiMleii of their lnll was, "l not alow up becatme of iM-ui-H iMlk." Th UKiwuiKf was hum. men d hunts tha more becauae already there a a tendency In nine ipiurtera I..giii i tut i 1 7 iHiM.iMMi fur l he .... td. mr la.fi.iiii -M tm lu.li-il Iii lhe Nuveiubkr dilve as unnecessary. SCH00LS,L0DGES,CLUBS, SHOWS LIBRARIES, POOL BAN BY- MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION BUT THAT S ALL, PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, influenza is prevailing in the Northwest and many of the cities on the Pacific Coast and Military camps are affected with this dangerous and frequently fatal disease, and WHEREAS, the said epidemic has now appeared in The City of Pendleton, THEREFORE, for the purpose of preserving the health of the community, by authority in me vested, I do hereby order and direct that all schools, churches, lodges, libraries, the Wenaha club and the Commercial Associa tion and all other clubs or associations in The City of Pendleton, and all Pool Halls. Billiard Parlors, Bowling All T I ' . L'l. S-.nHn - ttUCys, I lClUie ouuwo, Kjyvia iiuuoca unu uuici Puuj"- places of amusement where persons may assemble be and I 1,,, rAnnA LIIc bailie ttic uticujf Liyacu, anu wic x vin,-- tim u-riv. Health Officers are hereby charged with the immediate enforcement hereof. Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, Oct. 11, 1918. J. U VAUGHAN, Acting Mayor of The City of Pendleton, Oregon. 5 CASES The following raw-i of Kanlli Influenza were) llntrd wltli lr. Kavanauali, city hl'-ia. at t o'clock till" ufteriKM'ii: .Mrs. It. M. Alorton, SOI Ix-wU Mreet. A lltllo will Is also 111. Kdgar X oil it. 517 Willow Street. Joe (.ulll. ItcMtni 7, l-at Ore. gonlan liiilldiiig. ijtwreiK'n o'Sullivan. Aura St. It waa staled by lie. KavanaliKh Hint other rami irotiably exlt here hut have not let been re IMirlexl to him. The eaM-H are not quarantined as Hie federal au llHiritle aay a quarantine Is not crfivtlve. 'I lie cloHliia- of linx-t-liigx and atm-nililng platx-a Is re- irarditl as lle lM-t nntliod of : Klaniiiuc out tliei alliiM-nt. ! 1'Im alMite irM'liimatioii waa Issued ' by .Mayor aiiglmn. ilimtiirli tlty tornry J. A. I iv thia foreiMNin and went Inlo effeii at imii'C. Hie order waa Issued on the report of tlie iHiy ilDsbian that Spanish Inl'liieiua i'Sm-s itrevall here. The liiMnii lloiw re-lvwl front state iMtilquartera The schools were closed at noon to leave Hie local ofrii-ials no allernallvo i day and it la necessarllys Impossible but to close Hie town. The. Instrue-! lo say w hen they can be reopened, tlona are fxintalnetl In the following . The pool halls .n.d other places were htu-r to the hvali-ian: notified durli g the forenoon to close. TMlKIXti IK IAXIATltV. I '011 land. October K, 1IS. Dr. H. J. Kavanaugh, Oily Health officer, l'endleloii, Oregon. Dear Doctor: By order of lhe surgeon general nf the l ulled States i'ubllc Health Herv- Ice. you are directed In case of tlie appeurance of an outbreak nf Influ - er.xa In your community to discontln- lie nil public meetings, and close all I'HIMOXKIIM TAKKV. WIMMIV, (n't. II. llsig resHed 'MAlMto t'aiuliral aouie prisotM-ra were taken last night as wore the Mem and !l4giiat vlllags. We progrrwscd last Kvnii thnuah peace were declared today. It aoul.iaaslu, a eur or two etl and waa held particularly for te,i..iM f.iit.ui invtiuetif.n of speakers. However, In view of lhe jtiiiii.ttilne It l pmliulilH thMt nil upculm.K prngruitis atll be cam-clU'd. i The cuinpuleii w ill open mi Nnvein- ber 11 and Ifnalilla cutittU will has e to ralae Sbyut 3I,UU0. HALLS, UNDER IlAimnn n i , nllmn M 1 1 .1 1 1 iU THo on.l Tllri1i nchoolH and places of public amuae jiiienl. lteport Immediately any canes i occurring. Kr your Information, the follow ing telegrum hoa betn received from llio ftiirxcon general "rnhllc fieHlth iServire win rwmii- with the aid of Volunteer Medical ' Service Corpa all nitKle meUieai aid required In ronibatlntr the present In fluenza epidemic. The American Ked Crown upon Kpeclflc reriiet from lh! rw-rvice will nmbllixe nurHlng person nel and furniHh necewtary emergency h Kpiial supplies which cannot be ob tained olherwUe. Inform oil city and county health officer in your state , lliat all appeals for aid muat be made! t the Htate Hoard of Health which will make re-ioc . ,f the au rgeon cenersl of the I'ubllc Heelth l-ervlce ; whenever local needs require. When ever necessary I'ubllc Hculth Service will establish district officers to co al erate with stale officials and dis tribute on medical and niirBing serv ice. nrPEiiT Bi.ru At-'Surgeon General. V. 8. Public Health Krvice. IIOBKIIT E. I.. HOLT. Acting mate Health Officer. dosed at Xooii. It Is permlwnble for a cigar store to I Itemaln open lor tobacco salea but no Igames of any kind are allowed. The picture shows will remain closed un- ; til the proclunritlon is rescinded. No' jihurch or lodge servlrra can be held. lor can any of the club rooms be oc- ' cupled. I The order does not apply to Red j ; C'rosa work nor will It prevent the lo- j cal drill compuniea from meeting for iliill purposes. SIX UMATILLA TOWNS ! REPORTEDJliER TOP Total of $1,2U7,H(K) Sul - scribed Shows Pro gress. lailesl available figures of I'eiulle ton allow a total of I l,2u7,M!il aclual ly siibserllu il and reported li Hie lo- cal banks. Tins shows sleudy pro- gross being made. The towns reporting to be over Hie ,,,, are! riiiaiilla. Sianfleld ""' is! to hear from. Trains of I'. K. Airplanes Now. WAHIIINISTON, Oct. II. Liberty motots now bate reached uoiutiltv piodiieilen ami American built air planes ins being shipped lii In. Ill I. nl fur eerwi e ' f rr a. i , 4 I'titter. acting dliei'tnr i f lhe i bureau nf uircruft pi uiluet ti.n. in!e jilita itniiounc incut upmt IiIh n-tutn .. WuhluHtPii eieitltiv tttiiii an In- u-eci h.n nf (ticltiili- bnlldlmt pluuerf and inuluis. WILL EVACUATE BELGIUM. FRANCE STATES REPORT Germany Said Asking Peace Negotiations Before Eva cuation Complete. ALLIES NOT TO ASK ALSACE LORRAINE Polish Provinces Said Re tained, Russia, Rouma nia Occupied. IXXIK)X. tet. II iortnanya re- lily to Wilson, aays an diau-ti quotliu; "aulluxitative aourc ca,' will bo tliat tTinany will evacu ate llclulum and truitfe. lrovided M-uee ruotlatlonj start in a neutral K.untry liefore the evacuation Is com- l . .i.. .riir, in. .j ii,. in.ii.Ji 1 liruviuees will not lie demanded dur- ... . . ... u.ihiiluiL.tui lvnun . t.. reomi.. in Itusi and i ICoUIIIAIllU. AMSTKllsUAaU 4t. 11. -The -IkbImt ham railed to Herlln throe wovereltnu of (nail fcderatiij Muiix fr a cnmn roiiw.j i4niirr.nv fK'fore djiuf hiiii . rmun'M rtly to I'rcldiMit il n, l: ASItlS KXIFXTK.I. HY 1IOII1CIIT W. HEXDKR. Il'nlled l'ress Staff Correspondent ) WiulJ I VilThV II Well ln- firmed circles are convinced the ' '-r.. '...h.!' "la" r! i an,w,rln)r Wilson s Inquiry. Re llldlcal lhe aerman reply w.'lj ' ...... i ,..,i . .. ' It a aembKiro of the peop le VrZni. . ..: "many ,'tce the ..resident . 14 points if made alSo ' O a .plv to Oermany. enemies. MJ IFS ltK lKTTtHS. I "Oermany will evacuate Belgium. ' Northern France, and draw all but i ecessary police f jrces from other oc. rupltd territory provided ('.rent ti.in evueuate ilernian colonies and Japan returns Kiaochau" Authorities expect that Max will at tenipt to prove he represents the peo-; pie by repMns "Oermany la tinder-Ijij? Koinii pollilc il tevolutlon anil rrincej Northern rantonemcnts nave evr- Max ipealts for the people as a whole fred more severely from the disease, Insofai' as Is po.slble under such ?o'.i-!a, appearing In the south it la less dli Ions'" ' freiiuently complicated by pneumonia. Anieilcnn defense assures that th and lH (,eitfoie less fatal. It Is be- Presiilrnt will a.low no blckerln ;s ar.'l ,rvei (,e peak will soon be reached (H.ibbllng over such evasions. The al-!nd n,rm-ed cunditiona are expected. victor ihey , sbull dictali be dne. v hat shall or stj1!! not , OF PENDLETON DIES BEND C. Taylor Succumbs to i'r" Apoplexy While Attend intf Knijjts Templar Meet ing. The funeral of T. !'. Tailor is to Is' liild at i n. in. Sundai in I'lH'iluml. ; However, owing lo lhe Inllio oa V'I- ',.....,,, .... .,,, iMll i .sltale nlatlies, ,,M, minLur and pall hearer will la' aliowMl HI Hie fum-ral. I liu. r Mild, r llf l(. ,., (a going down as one of Hie ihiII Is aii rs. The laal Is lo la 'rtinaieil. ::Nll, hi . Oct. II Tims. I". Ta. ,,l of r.ill,in,l. punt grand iiiiii, -r iif the K nlu bis Temi'lara, dropiled dead lit llie IimIsc rot, III lure vesleldat iifl. i n.M.ii. Apoplexy la said to have , , . iu .I-.. , ., ,,,,, - , .Mr. ! lor was ill alleinlanee at, lb,, m Ing meellug and as aipar- .. v.eilen, .pirns. He .. ,.. I, , .be l'llot l.til.e I,,.,, marching l l.u the other Knlsb... on b - return I.. the lii.ll lie waa wal.ln lii iii I i i. ,ii 1 4 mil t , Hi. n wiihtHtt v m inus ne II i-w . t.- 1... if. I h vas practically instantaneous. Mr. Tal'r wa lit attendance at the mietiiiK thw siand lMtae Kitmhie Tcniplar. if whl Ii order he as a i tuinlncul leuder. t T. t". T.lr wus tor litany years NEW ASSAULT DIRECTED AT HEART ST. GOBAIN TRAP, ekemy loses 200,000 IN PRISONERS SINCE SECOND HARRE BATTLE General Maurice Declares Change in Power Bal ance Vital. the LONDON. Oct. 11. Writing London News General Maurice today oeclared the German have !oat 20.- ftfU i.vbtonerfl since the eecond ba t. 0 ! of the Maine. Their total casualties ."1 ' ireutice ineir hi..iuimiii.ir,iv mi western f-c-nt by not less than hi;f the western entrance to the brand a million men. During- this period ro faNH aiM have given the allies allied strenRth has been growing praetieally control of the eauiern ent- sfeaaiiy as me Amenians nt, that the balance or military power Us chanting very rapidly In our fa- vor. This is the main fact to remem- her i coimld(.rlns the west front lt liMinn. It is more important than I'lerclng the etiemys atrongest defence or recapturing groat town. 211.000 CASES or INFLUENZA IN CAMPS CAUSE 7.432 DEATHS Sweeping ' Epidemic ' Woi'St Since Mobilization. Be- Heved Near Check. ,leUU WASHINGTON. Oct. li. Two nun- .....usand cases of in- -reported In army camp, to w.th J.4M fatalities. One week M ' " I" e f''",- ed- -Vow 33 "uon ea,"l are nport- over SUO cases each for the wet k. i innuenia emuemic n. c... with great intensity in V. t. military Hrll-'establishments during the past week, The ar department announced today. ilt is spreading rapidiy westward. Kastern camps, first effected are now , clearing up. The epidemic is now at ' height in middle west camps. i During the week 1211 new caaes coin-i pare with 31 last week. Willie the rate 1. two and a half tlfe re than those of the week before that. These lexoedinijy hiall rates ale without precedent since troops were mobilised I last er. j HZZlLII resldeiit""of "rendleton. coming l"ie from Waltsburg. Wash.. In tlie late 'fcus. H l' cngased In the haldaie business. About .-even xears ago he looted to Tol'lUinr to make bis home j but retained nunc business and prop-; red ill the haldttaie! eltv interests 111 I'endleton. being plrsldent and one ol the owners of VVr:)r: 'HrZ I w.i ulii a wioelvhi'lilt-r and director; tif the Kirst Nadoiiul bank, j Mr. Talor hd ertd a mayor of I i lull Ifti. pi -t t-l.lilU of Hie ft. miner- , rial rmix Uiii.'H. and ilurtuiiT lilx tei-i. lictu-e bei t H it a batler In all iimtUt tel civ lo adt alieetnent. lie t' terms In the legislature as se,, from I manna eouuo. oeius pi,sideiil of the s-iiule. lie was a native of i.lno, and 4 'ar f ase lie is survived by ;! wb,, a In Head Mllll bloi at be lime of bis d.Milh. News of bis i,alll came ss a great shock to Hie ellllre com otlinil y. The body ii tal.en o i-oruaiui liom llend today, and tlie luuerui Will If held time Sulldn. - - I Mill Mi: li:lllis I 't. si III It I It. .. .. N , , ,. ,n ... H SIIIM. ION . I. r' ""' ""' "" --f l J " " " " IWH. I.H' lsn '- It '- r-e .Mmm-m. ai d.ll, mmriMnu, " ' -.r1-ltPMim I'linitM IIMi'lin. HI NH lilHuri Training IUIhhI. The miliiarv iratuius t lu.ltttui ht!h acltoiil b.ci diw iin i.d Ih .f the rpi.ttifh lufKictna ept- .ue a 1 MASSIF MAY CREATE GREAT OISE AND SUIPPE ARE REACHED Le Chateau Passed, Vouziers in Chant' pagne Fired, Craonne Practically En- , circled, Villages, Towns Captured. WITH Til R BRITISH IX FRAXCE, Oet. 1 1. ( Keeeived S o"clrk ) tip- airy, lankx. Infantry and artillery of the British, rYeneli and Americana i arc accentuating CKTmaji retirement on the M-nle front from l-m 10 icllie- jmont. Stiff enemy marliine mm op- pwitinn (a offered at Home nointa. AMFHICAXS. Oct. II. Tlie Amfr. Icanit. and French are w-izln? the last puniona of the Kriemhilde line on ? V..". !T 1. iiipi-e mtien mi Mf.nie iwhth i.a e cHinea ranee. tlHHI Caotnred on Arcnnne-Mcnsc ItMHI rAITlltKB IX AltKXXE MKI SK IllOXT. In niopiiiig up tlie forest great dif ficulty is exiierienced ahonf l4beao gnc ami (irrmonl, but after these vil lages) fell the AnK'rtians wcrt for ward over larcq and Chcrfc-rcs to St. t.iilvln's ontKkirts. Aerose lite Aire the donahuoya uave .onsolHialt-d po sitions they won yesterday dcHjte count'-r attacks. In the past two day the Americans have taken over 40no prisoners on the Argonne-Meose front. American anti-ainrrart gwn lirouht down 32 t.crmatus In tlie St. lliehiel-Argoiinp battle It is an nounced. . KFSERVFS imiXBLF, WITH THK AMFBICAX AKMIFS. Oct. 11. tltecei-d S o'clock) Heavy fighting- continuing- In tlie Ar gonne region. The tierman are I ic ing pushed coiniletely cff the height? alaive tlie l-nd In the Aire fiver. rat of t.rajid I're. The enemy con4atl throwing in freeh divikms to stop the Anierteans. It is believed Hie termini have only si freXi divisions left. I.F fHATKAl" PASSFJ. UP JOHX ikx;axit. (l iilted l'rc- staff t'orrct-potidciit.) HAKIS. o-t- ii. Tlsp tiermane are rt-treetiiif precipitately northeastward from ( amliras, towards Itrwain and nb-iM-iciiiH-s. Tie? elliee are beyond 4,l,-m and I t nuirau, wiimu n yesterday. Tlie prem-li Itave reached tlw l M-e and Hauteville ca of M. Oueotin. Tlie enemy lias fired :oulers. I ml a, Ms lit gaina Itave bcew made in tlie tlietuiu Ixw liamea and liaiuiwgiH- regioiM. ne I rem n are ....... ...... "' V ou. ill t tull.llie aiHl within '';""' ' """-iTj." "nTve "',l, V.. """i - -- laaes him (Si .irgonne. A IT! 'UK OMIt.rrrK. I.OMMIX. tat. II. llaig today re- in'rlisJ that the AiimtHiwim csmplHed the .-aiinire of aux-Auuigwy and St ' soupbt ls-lo 1 t'ateau eserday. HOI II t H1.MIX -5 IAMi:. l"ltl. ai. 1 1. Hie rVrncli imiliitaiiHil oiila.t with retn-atlng t.crinaiis on tnany fronts clirouglkoul la-l in tin said tlie war of flee. "llin.uiih tlie night we uislolained i'ulai-t Willi tin' retreating eueniy at dill, rem is.luts. Xortll asT Hue AiMsr wi u,i-iil,-ri an,l iasM-d tliivy and lloiilne-. Tlie lliuians liav reswited a s,inl Isiow ourtc-ou. e Isold t luiiiii la-s iisium lo tlie lHlgliia ot t rn-l ii-laoniMis k ll'I'i: s. Muci n ltk Itf fllHi . ."We bate r, a, 1m1 tlw suIimm-'s ,,ri, Imok at mant lauiils between w incline ami lloult -sur.Kulps-, a' M, , w ariiM-r Ille, au,blre sod at iirHicr aastward we are I lie l-lu'li.l Me liate cj. St. Martin, t or- llir MiHU M)M j,ri,,.,.- .,,l, lct. I I. The greslesl Ml ii t In milnary bu-lorv l I lulling llhe a house of 1 srds l-.l ill,- ic,t!tt I'ftelislie f.,f, of all I, ,,,,, Al. i.s a wlo.le ." mile front ,. 1 ' ,, .., t I., ns lo Veftlon in Hermans i;UI,,s way III Hie wotlds biggest ie With lhe enemy on ths verge ,,! i.eiseen Itll.-llos arid el iuen- il raiting luit I. I.ef,'ie ti t mer- Ira- bii tiilllf-l lltS f I ha ifffn h Slid nttlt. iii In the t ha i-mm and Ar nn t- t.-aiii, yt H has MUthtenly H ' ft I ur'., eidti ut i h -r a 1- "f s is k ut m -i-n1ing ft ftJt t'amt'i al to hi. .Mtl ll.l.l.i: M IL 1ii i viu li war of I it announrad lu this nw aault un wtrd at ths j heart of the great St. Ooblan maaalf I the village of Servaia waa captured. Thia brlnira the French wlthia tar mi lee of St. Gobian villatte. The fall of the 8t. tlobian maaalf. ithe greatest natural defense In Franc l would precipitate dtoaater, throwlnc hnndreda of thouaanda of the enemjr . into a trap from which there la no ea " UEUAllEN TOWn : TAKEN HE TI'IES Treating more fhn 200 wounded soldiers of the 47th regular army in funirjr from a temporary hospital In the basement of an old mill at fiersy, while the Tanks and Huns chased rach other back and forth nine ttm through the street, waa the exjierl-jit-ce of Cap tarn Fred A. Lieuat)(i medical reserve corps, a well known Portland physician and former Pen dleton. an. a ft! "It was simply "hell' at 8ergy,' Dr. Ueuallen writes to hla wife.. "1 came through without a scratch, but mo suffered heavy casualties amonC the officers as well as the enlisted men. You remember reading of the fighting at Bergy, July 2. when It aa so fierce that the town chanced hand nine times. My first aid ata :on was In that town on that date and we never moved eut once and we evacuated between 209 and 239 case. ome hot stuff. ' i "A bis; shell killed men within ! Wt of our front door We had tha aid station under an old mill. Tha il per part was shelled away, while e were there. Toil could not hear it thunder. Hell can hardly be woree than that. "We are now at a rest camp, but I 'rave, a hunch that this rest of oura to te of only short duration. It ta too quiet here. At first It was jm much that I could not sleep or rest at all. Hut now I hammer tha pillow icin nine to five, and would not wak then If they didn't call me. "Kight out of I of my men were either killed, wounded or aassed. two making the supreme sacrifice. I wtti I could write so that 1 would b able o describe the flghtlne; at ry and it the River Veale- me thing Is suret NY matter where we are sent Merry eu't how us anything mora than ha haa. and we all know that -ws ere uore ihn his match. We had all hla 'hell. m.tch me guns, gas In all form, hand grenades, mortar bombs, sad ven hand fighting and thera Is aoh .ng to it. The Tanks are his matr ttnd the only way he can keep us out t Berlin is to beg for mercy, and hreg early." A It K OltTII OK f-YKKsrr. Pltlt. nt. 1 1 N.n iha Ar. ft mum fo-ea itu I ' -I i liate rra-rltrd ilte Dim tt Ijwui Hl lumrmv aad .rna and are at I I'm outskirts if Uacliaults. Mld Ptmf lo l(t-d CniM. Mtlb-r Hall is in i'eint-f.in todae nit 'he rav h's hirne nf N"h frm To'i.liH, Wirh. At lhe J. 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