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Mil p.'.;lyeve;;::g editij:: 3i timber colHoa printed of yesterday' Daily l:illtion 3010 Tli In paper is m member and audited by the Audit Bureau of Cu-crlatlona. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER ; rvsgsart -j . Am jna wantin wakn at par. Laser If ao M may T y keep ymtr ere on tlx) rHy oereu Hied -ad column. s CITY OFFICIAL PAPER vol: so I I fm?M -.iVj?3 " DAILY EAST QREGONIAN, PENDLETON, jORGEON, aY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918. . - r.Z-..,- --- V . NO. 9580 r r t&fZ$ tPA 2 rrl 4t? Km -7 .j r.J'r V & I' ii rasa irs mm IJSkSi k?fwb s-r'i2?j rfTaa it:-;"" .tK:lr .v7 i PISAlgSJAR. COMES TO END AT 2 OGLOCK, ARMISTICE SIGNED ON FIELD A L KIEL RIOT NTERNA MUTINY SPRFADS GERMAN SPEEDS CAPITULATION, THROUGHOUT SOLDIERS, SAILORS HOIST SEIZING CITIES AND BATTLESHIPS HAMBURG, GREATEST COMMERCIAL CENTER ON CONTINENT SEETHING PROVINCES; FLAG '' . ,,: i . ' : .' , RED AMERICANS TAKE SEDAN BECOMES EFFECTIVE, IEFOIIEAKT FOCH GUAR S PEACE rOPENHAOKVi IVeyC ' V-ifi retof,hl floe. I ueera derliirwl they imnld liold ul i until iieaco w effected. i l iiniiiiui ic. Jin mwm i'iuiii. . i - . . ... IimV sprt-ail tlmniBlioiir;iil'l)(f aiKl' ocntcr on the, eontliieiil. In lw re-1 , j ll.MeJn,1inlniW:lirl.-,eTniiyjor'l wx-llifnits rrvolt -Mlv an; rxtuy! i1SOAIU.S AltMS t xcited from IM nuiurk hulf a eenturj j uitillt'iy battle nmlnit In the Ht reels, j AMST1 ltl AM. X..v. 7 It is re , . , i . I Crews of tlM baiaJili KuMer alMl ported that three iTinll llifuiilr Itevollln, -Mdlen, ml nallon. .re j hle..HoMel mutinied -d I ; " ,hL',',h ahuo . !..- -.,i..re.l i.n Htlci. waved nxl flaw this nmrniiMt. Iti rev.rtmloi tlircn tlulr arnn. Into or .Mtoiui. MeuKltiinr and Aieuradc matrted. They arrested and to hold a portion of the Ciernuui wra .and shot 30 officers. ,! I'ltkm' which broke out In, Kiel , ,lia; . jjjflnliuiic ,IIm KrcjUt nommmlal their offl- The mntl- PORTLAND, Nov. 7. (By United Press, received 9:13 AV M.) The Germans have signed 'an armistice. Hostilities cease at 2 o'clock this afternoon. PARIS, Nov. 7. (Received 9:34 A. M.) The allies and Germany signed an armis tice at 11 o'clock this morning. Hostilities ceased at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Americans took Sedan before the armistice became effective. i v O. Tlio fourth eomimny was SANDY ANDERSON BURIED IN TRENCH BY BOCHE SHELL How- he noma nml n at the saine here. to Mrs. "liackaBB from duyllght. then we Marled hlKmgr.His; ' behind takinn in the . view op ine the water. disarmed. Mutinous suilors mounted niiicliine- Kuiih at vantage Kiint. alxmrcl war ships at Kiel to reix-l tlie uttaukers. They demand Inunedlato iieaw. WAR DEFINITELY ENDED. . .. PARIS, Nov. 7. The greatest war of all timecame to an end at2 o'clock ihis af ternoon. The allies and Germany signed an armistice three hours earlier on th field 'l. MUST SHOW FLAG 0 battler' As Marshall .Foch's terms are ktiowt to include provisions which will pre- vent tne resumption oi nosmiues, me war is aeiiniieiy enueu. The German delegation had come into the allied lines under a white flag. HOUSES WITH FLU The I'emlletiin city council last, evening voted for a more otrict en- j forcing of quarantine regulation of j Spanish influenza, canea. All places where Jhe disease Is known to exist ; are to le reiiuired to disiilay a white , flag. This will be a notice to tne puu lic where the cases are. . received " ...... .14 r ,h,.. T time Is tout; in a letter woul(ll, t nave mlsSO(, for the world. Anderson, Well known Hntl wln Ilever forget. What with the Ansnes Chrlotenaen. ' infantry, the tanks, the cavalry, and Handy was burled in therench by the big guns being brought qulcKi uu the ahell which hit him but he says, to position. It wus sure great. 'I received nothing worse than a) We kept slowly plodding along, as fractured leg, my left arm broken, our time had not come yet for busi rlght wrist fractured and a slight ness, and soon we'were crossing what wound in my eyebrow." Befure be-jonly an hour or two before had been ing wounded he acted as stretcher ; "no man's land." But whst a dlffer bearer In & terrific fight and aw two'ence! The earth' practically churned of hi ni.ln dlo before he could reach . u. hardly ten feet without a shell thorn. Following is the letter In full: hole, bodies lying but we will pass v No. 11 Canadian Gen. Hosp. oer tha part. Such are the rigors . ' Sharncllffe, Kent, oKngland, of 'war. One brigado finally reached October 8, ISIS. 'their, objective, then the next one to Dear Agnes: , go. Jumped, an we say. over them, and No doubt you are thinking all away, with us bringing up the rear, kinds of mean things about me for J t was kept busy on the way, ba-ndag-nol -writing, but, as a matter of fact. ,ig the boys as best I could, as I wus letter writing and 1 have been on the 'just appointed lretctir bearer that ouh for somo time. 1 answered your j morning, our regular having been hit letters from Iilllsport, but thing nor, the night before. I. wasn't supposed that, I put -box 1S Instead -or 118 on tor bother -with theln. its wnai inn them. ' ... i - " rail the, evacuation.. loVrty comes be- I nlso received, the ono you wrote 'hind for that purpose, but ,1 Just me after leaving there, Inil up till ct old n't . see thnsa boys lying there now I've never had jpiuirh of a. chance without doing something. W.v pattoon to answer any. k dld Intend writing jofflcer told nif I'd soon have enough saiun time as f wrote Mrs- 'to- do with our own iciiows. um It was Jlwt, (hen w starltKl quite a surprise. We'soon got to trie una kept moving Ul' plnce where we .leap-frogged tnrougn l the second objective, una we were on : We were never In tne same luto-w our way, out n was a , longer than a Couple of days, and JPrry was sure onthe rim. c reach -then on the 4th of Aug. at night 'wo e,j our objective about five p. m. nlarted out on. a eighteen gllometer After advancing fifteen kilometers. hike after doing twenty-tne aay pre- without a casualty, nut imw '""' vloui. We knew then we were In for!n. vc made our tea, and proceeded something' as wo wore pleaded for ito nmke ourselves comfortable for the Amiens. Early morning found jus be-,nght, but alas there 'was no rest for hind Villcrs-Brettoneaux. and e iht weary as we had to "stand to" all rested that day In a "blind'; trencV uiHht, expecting. Jerry to counter ut Thut night, the "th. we moved up to tack at any time. . our position behind the tth brigade, I Morning fouiid us still waiting, this and tried to get what little rest wo time, for our rations, but none ap could berore "lero" hour. ' ,,eare.l and word was passed we were ' Hut the tension was too great, and ,' Kolng over" at ten a. m. Just as we the field guns were limbering tip Into Vers moving- up to the Jumplng-off position ail around us. , Hut old trench, we got orders for an hour's "Jrrry" smelt a rat, und gave us an aolay. but at eleven we were off. hour's bombardment. '.Zero hour at jerry had moved up reinforcements last arrived and the "shew" started, ,hlU Bht, and we soon met with and our boys were over and away. j Our brigade .tuck there till aflerj (.Continued on Page 6.). XAVAI, SOVIET IXHIMFO. Cavalry tletacliments onilojr up tlio roads from onslieck were, fired on by sailor. Two cavalrymen, were killed. ItelHls fttrmtHI a naval .mvioi anil eunllired Admiral Koucliooii. Kiel governor, liut hita released. iim im i his -r?inlMV to AiistiUe llm :totlet. it Mui bbie giU wcroj yostetl; ulwal tlic'''. on,. : vJT U ! f f ! PURSUIT OF NS MAINTAINED ONWHOL E FRONTTHIS MORNING ltlOTKICS KUJ.F.IV WASIIIXIiTOX, Xovi 7 lK-imrt of aerloits rhiliiiu Kiel arrived through diplomatic channels today. Independent siM-lallst?i hold a iliwt iiut aul disorders, followcil In which sailors und arsenal wnrkera Mirticl- puKMl. The rioaers demanded the f , .. I .n HKillmr t t( til III I .Mtls.. Nov. T. The vvar.ofrii'e an- , cmiui m"- luln.l ."hut i.ur-ult of retieatms . mat '"c .-" -ll.n tb whole vide front .stride -the Meuse eter. i ,,. ihu. mtruiug. The day. aitnrlns Iteniieonrt. I i ri'iH-li advawed al last five 'miles ion the left, passing XobvIou and lie- in Kliuvul forest. , The t nited Pram flash atrrlted exactly at noon. Washington time. Secretary Baker took tlie news calmly, merely sajlng, "-Is Uutt so Good!" .' bidji tlils frenoon secretary Dan iels said. 'Tney will like It." . - (Continued on Page 3 ) l.OXlMJX. Nov. JJ The nmcrlcan HOME AND MOWER SOON the- phy. but on the move. till I left. !(,' iffe i iiP itekteitii ; ES:"V Wlr , RLpr-- , !"'! , The almve disiwitHi to tlic t'liited i dont f tlio I iiiUtl lTes, now In gen-, was the first Informed of the armla ; Press which brouaht tlie first news of : oral charge of the Vnlted Frcsa or i tk-e ieniiiK by the V nited Prcaa. tins armifth-e to America wa sianed j unitization in 1-Yance aud by William Tien tie tate. war "and navy were i r...... a.. .r.. .to i told. neither the Associated lress nor Hearst's Interiiationut News had word of the Kteiiin?;. hile the l ulled Press was Inform lug secretary J taker tlie jteneral s'tafl wan hearinx It through the cable een .or" off Ice. IniiM? al?- was reserved bnt the spirit cvcr where was one tff released tcnlini. Xmtc ere uririjed. AIOIV Pl.AXKS SWK1.P SKt. f OITicial news cf tlie sMnihir l ex HNted niomenlarily from -neral Hiss at Paris while diplomatic and naval officials expected news from their representative. Tlie capital went wild with the news. Kxtras car- r.VlIilT Hie l imra I ns ua.MH.'n fwki ettph udierinjc In pret tltroiiKs read the news excitedly. Ar my aii)IaiKs swept Into the sky with in firteen minutes after the news came and IooikhI the Iimh and flaslied oer the city fimn Ixamdary to tioiin tlnrv cletH-atinff the event The bla xnins lit Fort 5 lever lawinwd ffirtli. Work was sfopiied in all government t departmenta. KverVIere shouts joy greeted the stnijrBle' end. X TRA Unison and ! Inram-ourt. poslilns to within four 1 lies of Sedan-. They udvancetl two. inl'es and n half aloiur me eusi ubiik inou.-jtim-. octiipying luraux. Huntalnes and lllll SHI. I ALLIES ENTER CONSTANTINOPLE WASIIIXUTOX, Xov. 7. Military oC (iffit-ials announced tlie allies have en. tL-rcd CoiMttautiiHiple dcntoblliibic and oi rit iAi.s xot si iti'tttst-.n. ; WASIIIXUTOX', Xov. 7. Wilson disarming; Turkish troops. OFFICIAL OUN GIVES T VAUGHAN 158 MAJORITY The official canvass of the city vote) made lant nixht hy the city council Kiven th foliywlng results: I For Mayor J. Vaushan -815, J. 1 W. Mahmey fii". i For Treasurer Lee Moorhousc Water commissioner Two earn, ! Marlon Jack l:i3; full term. O. M. Klce 11!1. Ktr councilman First ward. 2 year ' term. OoiiRia Hells J. H- Kste? 1.': full ltrm. manuel Fried ly In. Second Ward F. J. McMoniea 5t42, VmtI Tulloch 100. Third Ward Joseph KIl A. J. Owen $5. Fourth Ward F. K. Kinff 33. Itc 'arny i:t3. Water Bond Issue To HepeHl Standard Yen 5t. No Oil ordinance tUKUUI Tonlilit and Friday tftr; heav to kill ing fnot in morning.