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DAILY EDITION vou IX.. No, 10. OBI 111 BE OVER TOP N1HHH rOHXLANII WILL FOLLOW WAS) ' TOO BIO A TANK FOR BIX BAYS' WOIUI josEFt:i::E coum i:i tke v:t CfaUnMM HresawwU Reports 1,11 Applkmlloaa, Amnll 9140,. BOO -IWaJurs Uearantee Heat Portlsnd, 8ept 18 The lists out Ida of Portland la aipactad to make lla quota ot Liberty bond by Mon day, and tha city ol Portland later. "Joaephlua county la over tha top." Tbla la tha report made by Chairman Bramwell to tha Liberty loan atate central committee at Port land yesterday afternoon, after a conference between the threa banki of Grand Paaa. . Tabulation laat evening ihow 1,116. appllcatlona aggregstlng 1146,500, which Includes appllca tlona by arrangement between tha threa bank whereby they guarantee additional subscriptions up to $16, 000. Tha actual ainount aubacrlbed by Individuals la $10,000.. With tba amount guaranteed by. the bank and tha mbtcrlptlon from railroad employe, which will aggregate $8, 000 or more, Jotephlns county'a quo ta haa been aubtcrlbed. Tha follow ing telegram waa aent by Chairman Bramwell to the atate) central com mittee, which would be received In Portland before midnight: "Liberty Loan Committee, Portland. "Josephine county report 1,110 appllcatlona aggregating I M 1.6 00 dollar and with 18,000 credited on railroad employee aubacrlptlon w are over the top and mora to coma. "BRAMWELL, Chairman." "Tha people of thla county are to be congratulated," aald Chairman Bramwell Saturday, "When wa con alder tha financial condition ot thl portion ot tha atata of Oregon. "Wa have found a frea and an thualaatlo reaponaa. Solicitor In nearly every Instance report very courteoua treatment except In a very taw Inatancea where they camo In contact with Blacker. . . "I wlah to thank tha team captain and aolicltora for their efficient and energetic work. Every man and woman called upon have responded freely ao far aa 1 know. After our meeting Thuraday nlgtit, toltcltort entered tha field Friday , morning with; renewed determination, with tha reault, In aom'e Inatancea, that they aecured larger amount of aubacrlptlon on tha aecond canvaa than they aecured on the tint. The regular campaign will not cloae un til October 19th. Between now and that time we will continue to receive application. , Tha banka feel that every dollar they have guaranteed will ba absorbed and perhapa more. Tha name of Blacker will ba turned over to the Liberty loan committee and itata counoll of defenae and un Iobb they redeem themaelve before the campaign 'close, they , will be branded aa alackera and expoied to the public. That wll not ba the end. ' Every Blacker muat ihara bl burden of thl war he muat do hi duty or submit to punlihment and humilia tion, or otherwlie pay tha penalty. "I am certainly gratified with tha reaulta and I know tha people of thla county will be proud to. have their name entered In the honor column with the other counties In Oregon. Oregon ' Oyer the Top , Flnf Jose phine county helped It."' (Continued on page I.) 1 I . , .1. i .' i 1 ; - II EFFECT OCT nuJu) Nunl Wttl InllU fnTIBlTilS niTttv t pmiT Wtieet ThM la Not Accessible U the lUllroada May lie Hold fur reed, lug Pau-puaea by the Partners Beginning on October lat tba mer chant will be allowed to acll, and consumers will be permitted to pur- chase tbelr fun month' aupply of sugar at one lima, If they ad desire that la I pound of auger for each one la the family. Tha eonaumer, however, muit lgn up a new card, but after that date the eonaumer will not have to lga up another card un til the atgned card la tilled In oth er worda, It will not be neceeaary to Ikn a new card every month. The limit on the quantity of flour that a eonaumer may purchaaa at one time baa been removed, but the eonaumer can only purchase u in dent to meet hi ordinary require ment: otherwise they will lay them selves to the chsrge of hoarding. In all case, however, 1 pound ot aub- tltutea must bs purchssed with 4 pounds of wheat flour. The food administration expect that all bread made shall contain at leaat 10 per cent ot aubstltutes and that no white bread be made while thla rule la In affect. The rule regarding tha using - ot whaat tor feeding purposes baa been modified, ao that wheat that Is not accessible to the railroad for trans portation purposes max be uaed tor feed, trader thla rule, auch wheat aa was rslsed In the Deer Creek and the llllnola valley can be sold for feed It the farmers ao desire; also la any other part of the county wherein the coat to get It to the rail road would be exceaalve. In addition to thla. throughout the whole coun- tv all low trade wheat can be aold and ued for feeding purpose. It I tha dealre of the food administration that good grade milling wheat, ac cessible to transportation line, will be aold tor milling purposes. SAM H. BAKER, County Administrator. eee. 17. B. CASUALTY LIST The following caaualtiee are re ported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary .force for Saturday and Sunday: Killed In action ,. HI Missing In action ............ . 68 Wounded aeverely M01 Died of wounda ....... - Died of accident H Died of dlaeae .. 18 Wounded, degree undetermined,. 1 Wounded allghtly ..'. ....... I Prisoners ...- - 4 Total .......... &" Wounded severely Frederick W. Compton, Milton, Ore.: Albert W. Undell, Portland. Tote! Army Casualties Total number srmy casualties to date, Including thoae reported above: Killed In action, Including 191 at tea '.031 Died ot wounda .......... 1.160 Died of disease 1.8.81 Died from accident and other causes ....'..., n" Wounded In action 18.683 Missing In action (Including prisoners). 4,808 Total to date :,.35,556 Marine Corps Killed In action .............. Wounded In action, severely Wounded In action, degree uu determined - ...l... ........... Missing In action Died of wounds ................ In hands ot enemy Total '.i - 18 Died of wound received tn action Eddie O. 'Brandes, Tillamook; Ed win F. Cecil, Eugene. Wounded severelyArthur- H. Morgan, Ashland. V asuxn rut, werrrara ooorrr, ckboox. hi jidat. hkitkmiikk , im. mam imr Me 27,Q Pfc:::r$ b A:rica'f Ej fcj Paris, Sept. 18. General Foch Is putting the Germans on the western front to the severest test of the war. On four Important sectors from Ver dun to the North sea the allies are fighting their wsy Into and beyond the Hlndenburg line. Cambral appears about to ' falL The British are within a mile and three quarters of tha city., The French, British and Americana dur ing the laat three daya bare captur ed over 17,000 prisoner. Paria, Sept. 18. The Belgian army began an attack thla morning on the front north ot Ypree and ad vanced two and e half miles la some plsces. A thousand Oerman prison er have already been counted. Very heavy fighting la going on between Dlxraunde and Ypree. With the American Forces In France, 8ept. 18. High explosive sheila from the Amerlcsn big: guvs are reaohlng far behind the Oerman II nee northwest of Verdun. Several fires have been observed where the big shells sre bursting. - Uniting their offensive east of Argon- ne, ths French took Bommepy. They here advanced a distance of tour mllee and are atlll progressing. With the Amerlcsn Army In France, Sept. 18. One American corpa had taken over 1,000 prison- era who carried In doxena ot ma chine guns which were captured wlti them. Heavy clouda and mist's are hampering the American airmen bat the advenes Is continuing. IHOTOUIT Mrs. Jamea Holman, wife ot Jus tice Hotman, met with a very aer lout accident at 4:80 yesterday, af ternoon. She atepped Into the atreet at the corner In front of the Palace hotel directly after an automobile had paaaed, but In doing ao she did not notice another car that waa ap proaching. The oncoming car, drlr- en by Jake Winters of Kerby, struck her and knocked her to the pave ment. Mrs. Holman Buffered a aevere cut on the back of the bead and waa rendered unconscious, from which condition she had not recovered up to 9 o'clock last evening. E. Q. Holman, aon of Mrs. Holman, atatea that no Mama la placed on Mr. Winters who was said to hare been driving t a alow rate of epeed, however, he will be In the city Mon day to answer to any charge. On MAN KILLED Columbia, S. L' dept. 28. An air plane In the Liberty loan flight fell near the state capltol, killing Lieut. Goodman ot Oregon, and probably wounding Lieut. Thomaa A. Passen ger. The doomed pilot guided the machine away to prevent It from crashing tnto the crowds on ' the street. ' IN MRP fltJF ARPJllFNT JflTfi in i inn u it it. i iuuiui.il i . .: ...... w . WUI Ul 1II.JI -Tbcj C-teiri II b Acti:3 Hear Vcn London, Sept. 18. The British have taken 10.000 orisons tn the Cambral are, and 100 guns. j Condon, Sept. 18. The British and Uelglana have captured the town cf Poelcappelle and advanced two to three miles on the whole front. The alUea have outflanked Paaechendele Ridge and are advancing toward Rouen.- smm y London, Sept. 18. The allies are atlll 'advancing In Macedonia. The British .and Greeka are moving on Patrick, 10 mllee Inside the Bulgar ian border. The British in Palestine have tak en $.000 more Turklah prisoners. i London, Sept. 18. A penlo pre vailed on the Berlin stock exchange aa a result of events In Bulgaria, ac cording to a Hague dlapatea. The emperor ban not yet accepted the chsnaellor's eeslgnattea. -v t Arcbsngsl, Sept 18. The Amerl. cans participating In the operations In all sectors of Northern Russia have captured aeveral villagee re cently. The net reaulta In 10 days la a 60-mlle advance along the Drl- na river. British Headquarters In France, Sept. IS. British troops todsy took Arleux, five mllee southesst of Don al, and alao captured Fontaine Notre Dime, containing Noyellea and Sail iy. London, Sept. 18. Austria ia re ported' to be withdrawing her troopa from Albania. CLOCS QUOTA orara Josephine's quota ot 1,000 pounda ' .U.kl W. D.UI.m .ml French ref ugeea haa been entirely made up and no more will be accept ed. It la, however advisable to aave all clothing as another call will oe made later. " In tha atore room In the I. O. O. F. block there are bales of coats, wr.rra and serviceable, bale of men's auUa, many of them showing no wesr, bales ot women's skirts, all in good condition, snd hundreds of pslrs . ot serviceable shoes. Josephine county residents gsve freely tor the cause of humanity. The voluntary work ers state that the good quality ot the clothing offered Is astonishing. Article too good to bs sold to the second-hand man or given for a rum mage aale, were gladly donated tn the cause of the cause of the unfor tunate. TiESE ARE ACTTVE EASTERN 1ERIA London, Sept. 28. In Eastern 81 berla two bodies ot Japanese mount ed troopa marching eastward have effected a junction at iRufulor, 800 miles northwest of Blaglovest- Shenk. at asiv as I ill! ' '"V Paria, Sept 18 First Lieutenant Rene Fonek, of the French air ser vice, Is officially ersdlted with the destruction of 0 enemy plaaee, al though be haa actually forced down 7 alaco hie first flight, August , 1111. , Fonck need one machine In shooting down (0 of the Oermsn,alr- pUnee.. , "I have had ths Joy, the murder ous Joy, of having killed 47 crews,' Fonck wrote recently, "snd I must confess that no nightmares dlatarb my slsep. Ths more I kill of these sssssslns the happier I shall be and the mors convinced that I have work ed not only for France but for ho manlty. "The only thing to nae with he Boche la force." The Red Cross carnival and basaar which closed last night waa a great success and from a financial stand point surpassed the expectations of ths committee in charge. 'The In come Friday waa nearly $600, and this combined with the proceeda from the dinners and the carnival and baiaar Saturday will pass the $1,000 mark. The carnlral and dance Friday night alone netted the Red Cross ladles $250 The final re port will appear In a later Issue of the Courier. The attractions at ths carnival were splendid. , The crowd swarmed around ths wheel of fortune, the nigger bablea, the. kaiser' head, the aide ahow and other places of Inter est, the band furnished mualc for the occasion. The vaudeville ahow was held In one room of the courthouse snd wss under the direction of Mrs. Laura Thomaa Ounnell. The place was -crowded to the limit with en thusiastic booster who repeatedly encored the vartoua.' performers. The dances each night after the car nival were well patronised, the or chestra furnishing stirring music. The bazaar committee dealre to thank those who assisted to make the occasion auch a grand success, snd especially to thank Mr. and Mr. Schroeder for their patient and contlnuoua service. ALBERT KV.3AT f.!AKES Sheriff Lewis returned from Port land thl morning where he has been on official business. One of the mat ters which he attended to waa to take Albert Dlmbat from Newburg to Portland, where Mr. Dlmbat made good a worthless check he recently passed in this city at the Ltnch gar age, which matter he says waa mere ly an oversight on his part in "over drawing his account at the bank." AND THE FILTHYWEED Portland, Sept. 28. The Metho dist ministers of Oregon have passed a resolution declaring that tha dla trlbutlon of tobacco and cigarettes smong the soldiers Is an Iniquitous snd destructive practice. WHOLE HVMBER 147. WEJXC BIXOARIA CALL FOR PEACE, ROt'MAjrrA CTTHCS wrra rrv ci.T. ' OIMSIlHESOO OeMreJ Marrai Saiy OoUasee of Bal- garts la Dm to Piesosate of Aa am Western Frmat London, Sept IS. England haa replied to Bulgaria, stating that, no military operations can be aaseead- ed. Regarding tke . peace discus sions. England has made It clear to Bulgaria that peace would necessari ly Involve the complete rupture by Bulgaria with Turkey, Germany and Austria-Hungary. , The ailied governments scsssart ly demand ever guarantee tbey con sider will be necessary to nafsguarel their military operations gad prevent the dispatch of German troops to Bulgaria. The allies have no Intention of at tempting to snake a final territorial settlement In the Balkans, which eS rlosaly most be a matter forconsld': eratlon st the peace conference. Dan ger from Bulgaria to the allies op erations In the Balkans must be pre vented, tf the terms are not accept able to the Mallnoff government, the allies have no further conditions to propose end R will rest with Bul garia to find other representatives who can accept theee conditions. London, Sept. 28. Ths Serbians havs taken the city and fortress of Veles In their push toward Uskub. Ths Serbians also reached Rtatvtsta, It mllee north of Ishtib, and advanc ed beyond Kochana, toward the Bul garian border. Paris, Sept. 28. With the allies once more on the frontier of Austria, there are smouldering brands dt rev olution in the Msgyar province of the dual empire, which may burst Into flames at any moment There are worlda of possibilities in the sit uation. The Serbians and allies sre still pursuing ths disorganised Ger mans and Buigarians. London, Sept 28. If Bulgaria makes peace, Turkey will probably follow, aa the Turklah army la Pal estine has been destroyed snd there Is little hope of further help from Germany. Thus the Iron ring about Austria- Hungary haa been reconstructed. Roumanla la seething with revolt and seems almost ready to begin warfare again. Washington, Sept. 28. General March sayt the Impending collapse of Bulgaria la the direct result ot the concentration of American forces on the western front Hitherto Ger many has been able to withdraw di visions from the west front to bols ter the threatened points. That day is now past, due to the presence ot the Americana In force. " . The elimination of Bulgaria would foreshadow the Isolation ot Turkey and mean the possible re-entry ot Roumanla Into the war. .Washington, Sept 28. Stephen Panateroff, the Bulgarian minister here, believe that Bulgaria la out ot the war. He thinks that it haa been determined to abandon the alliance with Germany and Austria, and that If the allies' refuse to listen to the overture, Bulgaria wilt appeal to the United Statea to nae Its good of fices. He hsa no advices from Sofia however.