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Tonight and Tuesday falr
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER ,
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEI.
DAILY EAST QREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1918
LOSS SIKCE JULY
In Casualties Suffered' After Crown
" Prince's Last Drive 40,000 Are Pris
" oners; Germans Use 87 Divisions, 47
, in Marne Pocket
Bring on the bochei
I r-?V, -- -
LONPON, Aug. 5. Ger
man losses since July 15
when the crown prince be
can his last drive are unof
ficially estimated at 25(000j
of which 40,000 are prison- !
are much' less.
, PARIS, Aug. 5. -Since
July 15, Hindenburg has en
gaged 87 divisions or 1,044,
000 men, including 47 divisi
ons in the Marne pocket.
PICKED FOE TROOPS
TOUR QUIET SECTORS
Captain'' . .M. Burke I. in Pendle
ton today, making arrangements for
ffiV of drafted men to be field
a " -r, ? i r i. . 'here
American UaiU VapiUrtfSI8l(I), )llrk cnptaln Itichard HU8-
Great Quantity Of !"'' John KMlock.' secretary of the
m if i. ' i jatate council of defense, and Colonel
Material. John Hlbbard, head of the home
. . j guards, us chief speakers.
(FTIANK T- TAYLOR.) Captain Burke la meeting today with
WITH TUB .AMERICAN I? the executive board1 of the Patriotic
FftANCE, Aug. E. Fighting On quiet Leagua, 'composed iof a. C. Matlock
ectora of the American front waa nll aiaj0r l.ee Drake of the county
more active yoaterday than ttf eome ard and they will formulate plans
time. - for the affair.' 11 is their hope that
The Americana raided enemy post. lne attendance will tie In rue, and they
tlona north of Tool; capturing gyrat leaveciallv desire, I hat all companies of
nuantltlea of amall arma. material lne county guard be prcaent.
and machlne-guna. I
One machine-gun waa taken while .,.-.,
In action, the doughboy, killing the1 FIFTY WOMEN
enure crew., x no ram ismv- io...;
Oermana. i j
.In Ixirralne AmerlAn artillery !
fruatrated a raid by especially train- ,
ed trontia cutting; off aevernl who
were captured. j
Prlaonera exiHalned that palrola of I
apeclnltv picked troopa are tourlnn Fifty Umatilla county women at
.nol.t aeetora In comnanlea of 50 to ; tenddl a demonxtratlon made Satur-
B0 to eaptut-e outpoata and obtain In
The fact that the Oermnna mtiat
form airfch aneclal tinlta mean a scar
city ef Intelligent men.
CAPTAIN. 1 3 MEN .
OFF COAST OF VA.
WASIIIN'OTOM, A)iK. 6. Thirty
aurvlvora of the tanker Jennlnaa.
sunk Sunday, 100 mllea off the Vlr-.
alula coast by a IT-tjoat, have reached
Norfolk, the navy depertment an
nounced today. The captain and 1J
men are mlaslna;. '
day In the county library kitchen by
Mlaa Ixirene Parker, home demonstra
tion agent, who ahrtwed th houae
wlvea hrtw to mike prune or apple
jelly without vugnr, uslnc corn ayrup
aa a substitute. MlRa Porker la par
ticularly pleaned with the attendance
at the meeting and with the way the
women responded to her request that
xhe ask questions regarding; the mak
ing of the Jelly. She expei to go
to Helix aometlme Uiis week and con
duct a demonstration there.
A recipe for making Jam with corn
ayrup will be printed tomorrow. Fol
lowing la the Jelly recipe -used by
Mlaa Parker, on faturdar:
Very good Jelly can be miide with
white corn sirup. Instead of sugar.
The color and texture are good, and
the flavir good, although slightly, less
BATES STEEL MULE
MEASURES. OF WAR
- , (Continued on page .)
NEW SCHOOL HOUSE
' FOR THORN HOLLOW
k ' . - TV r dr , . n All ff in flir-rPTI. At IT'S S A
. ; I mill Mvri-i "II 1 IV I- iht? Vtlfi-I 1
1 i-JUBrJi ill I f itiei I If 1 1 II II 1911 11 fl
j - fir yUwii7Cl 11 1 Ill-a-Ifl IE-1 a-i jd&&iuj
A-- ?M,$ t SEVERE FOE LOSS
Wt:0!fr WHEfT immense supply base is
B CAPTURED: RESISTANCE STIMl
' f,l ' H UNPRECEDENTED
r-v-V ' i DESPAIR GRIPS
AlLA 'A j GERMAN PEOPLE
iiZj , s . -
l y ' 1 rti ' BERXR, Aiiff. 5. TIio Taee-
f- - j I J Matt ticclarea tho 'Marne defeat
r . . I 1' . ' ro4liiccd uiLqM?lallo erotics of
sjjj ' j ' si breaks of utter discouragement
. . ; . : r " ;: " it alwI dowiiheartednew have never
ftf" 'I V : '"" J ! before, been witnessed.
i ; i T ' Sy'- 'y i I l i plores wild . rumors that tlie
,- : ,iJt I j kaiser and A'on Jllncleiiliurg bnvo
!::v "'' ' y.--( f ; ' vlwn .awwsslnatcd and that . Von
- ft . .1 ...... & lllndcnhura; wan killed by the I
I i t - ' t v'ii, M Mi crown prince In a duel aa letraj-
.4..ffe,,.. jf . ' I !j nesH. The tcovernment tlirt-utens J
... .-J? i I Ill idlaVl fne aamdiiH- ndl.mm.ma I
I ' . . r ,t- . - .1- id
Hw I I fix! lill I V
g-' LIST FROM BIG
.A-- i - VA- -S UniVE HIWlVLd
j . ; . :, i i i j .
1' j - I 1 I Fw Northwesterner Inclu-
I V -fl 1 j ded in First Returns; 299
H hh ? I if B Names Ready by Morning
f x I 407 ARE ANNOUNCED
f iv f M BY WAR DEPARTMENT
v.,"'f-,"w, 'bv ' ,! ll Other Names Being With-
I ff" -f' ' . , I held 15 Hours for Rela-
f I V " ' tJI 0 tives' Notification.
fill I ( -
lit -- I t rJi g
1 I if . ll !
h 1' I i f . v "'W S .Lek'e. Idaho, was wounded -severely.
U .." 4 I ... ... r " ' i ,n. land (J. It. Harris, of Seattle, and A.I
R ,', I I ? " .s " - 8 I H. Anderson of Mount Porno, Wash-1
f.s k ..w . i . ;.. ,. . ....... ia.uur - v-f i i-s
AlZics Establish Strong Bridgeheads Over
Vesle River and American Patrols Are
Across; Intense Enemy Fire Indicates
PossibleStand Before Aisne Is Reached.
' PARIS, Aug; 5. The allies have established two strong
bridgeheads across the Vesle river, one at Bazoches, three
miles west of Fismes and the other at Joncherry, six
miles east of Fismes. - - '
f German losses when the Americans captured Fismes
were as severe as at any point in the retreat. The Allies
captured much material including 1,500,000 shells of 77
millimeter calibre. .
Large Force Resisting. H
(Lowell Mellett) X
' WITH THE FRENCH
AFIELD, Aug. 5. German
resistance is stiffening this
afternoon all along the Ves
SEPTEMBER .5 DAY OF
NEW MANPOWER BILL
;Nece"ssary to Supply Class 1
Men for Call of 200,000
WASHIXGTOX, Aug. 5. The war
department today announced ef.07
casualties. It said 299 would he ready
for tbe morning papers. Mm more
names are here but are .being with
held for the customary 1 5 hours for
notification of relatives. This Is the
first return of the big drive. Few
northwesterners are named.
The total is 70S ready for announce
ment. Today's list included tl3 killed
jln action, 37 who died from wounds
and 4 8 wounded severely.
Casualties announced today Includ
ed I.leut. I A. Wrood of Portlnnd and
N Severson. of Seattle, killed In ac
tion; A. I Coy of Can-on. W ish... and
H. D. Madison of Cambridge. Idaho,
died of wounds-. J. . Stlth of Spirit
Iike. Idaho, was wounded -severely,
and (3. It. Harris, of Seattle, and A.
H. Anderson of Mount Porno, Wash
ington, are wounded, the "degree not'
being determined. "
WASHINGTON', Aug. 5.-
French 1-patroi": which
crossed at points bear
ing machine guns and large
supplies of grenades report
ed that there are indications '
septem-jfhat the 'enemy still has large :
her 5 will be the registration day torjforceg Qn the ver. German .
more than 13.000.000 Americans bHnj-tiHerV U aftivplv barraSS,
tween 18 and Jl and 32, and 45. If;frtUiV 1S CUVelJr narraSS
congress heeds Crowder's urgent plea ing allied trOOpS. , MUlZen
by passing the. manpower bUl. Crow-Hve miles West Of KheimfJ
iwas hotly disputed but the;;
not be delayed if October. November
and December calls are to.be filled by
Class 1 men. Congress may recon
vene Monday to pass the bill.
Crowder declared In a letter to
Baker that weekly registrations of all
men becoming 21 may be necessary
after September 1. He said he saw
French pushed the Germans
back and crossed the riveri
There was violent fighting"
at Vauler farm, near Kheim3
but the Gennans were de-
no ther way to provide the necessary IeateO. 1 ne UeiTOanS mmea
Vd", farm north of the
han 10O,0rt left in Clans' 1 by then.
Crowder'i letter also showed that the
war department waa figuring: . on
drafting men between 19 and 40 and
changed thetr mind when Crowder
showed Paker It would not produce
tri j-OetC BENJAMJM 0. OUU?5
An AniPriran FoMlen In a"lrvnh o n the I.tirniine fmm. ready ft.ir a gas
attack or a trench raid. Bclw ISrl Rudier-Ocn.wal Henj;imin D. Koulols,
j who has been chief of the air wrvlc with tho Anteriian Kxpedit lonary
j Force In France, has been ami out by Ienernl Tershin to be chief of
the air forces In the First American Field Army. He will thua havo
charge of all the American nviator flying on the wrstcrn front-
COMPANY E, UMATILLA COUNTY
GUARDS MUSTERED IN AT ECHO
Blda'are" being advertlsel for by
School District No. 5 for the erec
, tlon of a hiodern school huiliilng for
I Thorn Hollow.
, The dlrectrs havo had phina pre
. I pared by Architect ltaymond .W.
The government war measure In I Hatch of Tendleton. who will receive
rutting down the production ot pleaa- bids until 4 o'clock p. m. AuBuat 1.
ure automobile, la being felt by deal-j at hi- office In the nespoln building.
n .- n.nnnertn which to meet I The new building la to be located
,h. ...n,in , been one of their, on the tract of land secured from the i
problems. 1 government east of tho warehouse
' The Oregon Motor Oarage on West 1 and . TL-atatlon and Is to facofthc
Court street Is meeting It by being jmnln road up the river,
the flrat In Pendleton to announce I The structure Is to hove one storT
the taking over of a tractor ngenry. 'and full basement. :SxS0 feet In dt
Thls la a new departure for the aa- ' menslona and Is to he used f.r a com-
. . . . i.m -htch niunltv benier as well as for school
Fii,f- htmi ii.i,-.,.." - - , , , ... ......
erentuallr more auto dealer of the purp.a-ea. l ne na-emeni. n,. n - r,, ,. nun t..ld tli.ni when on doty thev
MARKS PATH OF FOE
Am; 5. Official and staTf diMMIdie
Indicate thai the (KTmiaa may makd
stronger reoistaiMV alone; the Vealo
Jline than had been exnected.
Altlmuch the allies have catahllshJ
ed brMnHieada at Itsnxx. DaxM-h.
erea. Jom4ierry and croaeed at Mulaa
en. and are movliur Inward fmm titer
flairka north of that line, the rrcivli
war office reported etaewhrre atmnaj
resistance racnnntered above tfie
river. Also tlie Kcrmana opened moat
violent artllk-rrlmc- ,
Referred to Military Com
mittees; Slight Opposition
WITH THK FltKXCH A FIELD,
Aug. 6. Where ever the tlermun war
beast goes it leaves a slimy trail.
1 I Mood on a hill dominating the
WASHINGTON". Aug. i The great
manpower bill making the draft
asea from IS to 45 was introduced in
the House and Senate toduy. The
Mil mas referred to the Horse mili
tary committee. Chairman CA-nCcon-
The exercises v'eaterdnv afternoon were lined up during the ceremonies. I',;rl,u lead in, towards r Ismes 'h1";,!,), t improbable to set eon
t Kcho when enmpanv K was muster-! At the rl. se of the proaran). Sheriff ""rnm "f " ' ' ' i ""''ration before the house recon-
d In as a unit of the Umatilla County .Taylor and Major Prake whh the staff fndacai ta t mml n vrow August !
uards proved to bo a regular pa- f.f officers mustered In the members 1 '..,, ' . . " . ,.,", Chairman Chainherlntn annonncet
of Conipanv K as a unit of the Cma- : . ' " , . , ' , the senate mllitifry rum m lite
tllla C.'untv guards sheriff Tavlor ''t,ds " "'"-""' ' 1 - 1 begin work on the manpower
delivered to each con, m.ssloned of- ,m"! ' " to J ''"1 ,"ot!iat''l- He ld they wn..
fleer o' the eompanv and the two road., pitted. tuer all rluny a ,,y rewr, ,,, wl,hl
trlotic demonstration. The i rinclpal of Company K as a unit of the Cma
feature was the presentation of
lnre aervlce flag to the citv.
1 There are 1(1 stars noon the flaff. -fleer or tho (villi
nno ,,f nhlrh Is n Cold utiir lO mem- Staff
of Manuel Monese. who died In
Vesle with mines.'
WITH .THE AIJJED A RM IRS
VAIIJ.Y SKXT OBJFXTIVE.
nr a. tm town
Tlie nonet Impnrtaut
objeiilie for allies now
of Vaillr on tlie Aisne'a north, hank
nne mi Ice nortlieaHt of sVttKaoin. ire
about two mlleii east of the Vesle.
AlKiie jniM-tion. Ifa tlie center of tlie
Mshway nvteni and on a railway Ihatr '
follows the Alsne from KolMnna tar
fxfmy stni rxo:nT.ix.
fficeis. rommnVlons special
sheriffs, an. I In h. t.tllt to the
step will he taken In the development i
and the pre-
elty will doumieaa enter, nno an...--. ...-......-.. - master of ceremonies
winter season and by the eemadon ... o j
for lectures. ! t nrle" Tom Hoss. who made a
n ,k. hnrseleaa norma III'
. . . . , w.ni. ti , cnmmiinllv f.ir a hall
.. " . r. i. wnnmibao.oiets entertainments, etc. . It evlll , short talk, and read the names- of all
.. ... 11.... 1U, il and ns Its also house the heating elnut-
i.ai,.. i. j..i?ned to do anv-1 The main floor provides
.hi.,. nn the farm for which horses , large school room.
, ... ell aa ner- hlrk'(ards. hook case.
much other work !n which closet, etc.. and srlenilflcnlly lighted: : crowd, making a
. .e 1. needed. '
The flrat of the steel mule, 'has hall, stairway to hascSnent, and front acceptance was mad." In- Mayor A-a
been ordered from the factory at Jol- porrh- - H. Thnm. who Ls also riptaln of
let Illinois and will reach here about ; The entire Interior will be plaster- the new company of gunrrts. who
..kl ..w . ,. n.ih. fine advan- ed an.l flnu-hed and tinted tn a very ' closed his talk by leading three r
.... .. ..on Motor C.nrace will attractive manner. Ing cheers for the Ik.vs over there, h
k. .i.i. i.. nff.r- the nulitleila eon-' The design though l.unjalow In ef- The program we a I liters ierd win
' necio.n with tractura la expert en'r ,fc. has many detalla adapted from sonce hv a nilved qiiartrtte an
;the bo a represented l.y tho Marn. As
for a : he was talking the flms was drawn
G'piiped with aeroKS the street on a rope letwren
teachers the building and unturloo oeiore tne
alrls' coal rooms, entrr.nce tore of the program. The h of
are all Hperial d.-mitles. t-tllowtng
this tbe company was p.ft through a
Those ntn-ioliiik- the exercises from
Pendleton were: sheriff TnUor. Ma
jor Prake Capinin M. 'i. Chessman.
Lieutenant Pelale.ir. Sergeants Arte-l-nry
an.l Itoinhrn.-in. Corporals Klr-b-
death odor. Gray bodice of the
Prussian guard who remained a. a
rear guard lay all around. In one field
tier, nan helmets were thick as daisies. (
Petween I'lessier-Hutcn wood and !
the town of the fame name there ,s
every Imlteation of a fierce bjittl..
Great numlrrs are dca.t
, Poiss.,ns shows lewi recent damage i
than las exiected. j
hln a few-
days- It is generally IsMieved the bill
as. il 1 meet slight i.pin.sition. .
WITH THK MKHICAXS. An. S.
j.i-ciiuiii aHlllrry and machine)
cum liave oiened lumroualy on Ana.
crwwn line and railroads In tlie l""-
nced ' mea rnel.n. Indli-atlna: that t:enaa.y
committer ould isssilily iilans dcsjierale reMtatamv.
bill tin- mcrM-an laatrols are at-roae the Yes-
; HvxhT i vun wiintK
A us. S A comninnlqite
1 atM.r i hifH l-Xf Kxilc. j
VANi'iU VKK. H. Aug. t. r-
Krinltftl labor in Vanrouvt-r mill I INlxN. Aig. 5. A
ard to vote on the pr.iM.wpd r--;raid over Arra.i and (?innin artilnry
TIo Antrrk'aiM nuirrlcd MdH v
firTrianl tlinHiaU a rain ctwiwnwr
SattmtMT nlirt.1 anl Siimiar. irvMllAC
miMtof llr Har frc'llnx nmt IVw t
IMtHinM In an ef ftrl to rtahllaih vtm
tiM-t. lj.tf In ilr aftiYiHMtif .r-rnMini
arfllkYjr btrgan liltitlr MltHtina (ha
AnTrfanxv ImhIm-ip tin t-iMnir in
tetMl. niaklnc Ma ml or wtiltetravr
rtMbry ruHlirr It W lniMwlbk- mm
to prfw. Hut 1iM-ri4-a1a atTU-rr Kt
llee th tiiTiiwiM imiaaC mwommrWr
'mtrral boyHMl I In (wne,
uefuii ftrT -'-,h ot .h4-IMnff.
da ami Amrt-aa riw nnc-m
taHlr wr Um acl tnritvg the hig
tha !ri ChaKU
IIIS Auff. S A communique n.nl rmm etiice m inn 1 rauM ann -niviiy in r:anotm are reprtei hy
Mitl tho I tvnrli lir ohm t,rnuin re ,i-tM.r t'ooncu and exile irui in tiaig. e caiturei a ! w priMiner
MlOniMt nmnlrre notih of ihc e vliv.- of Itiitinh Columbia i.f wv- , U oisbt at Neuvillfvitajwe. puth-
I .le M ' l-Yowll c4'trr.ta. tliat en l;nlrs Jthn Kavannush. ..enrw of Arras. There wan enemy ar-
f-rrW,-l 1 bo chIo tnrt .rnvi rolM- . Thon J. H. ".t:r.H. J.wph Tay- iniery firing abng l Hasw ranal at i IRI4 hllKNi p ;IV.
T. mtt-r ronwiHTT. Ilmv I iw4ltli l"r. V- It. Mlduley and Mt-nKra. Trltch-- itbune and different pinia le. Plll" Ar raw bw-
'tetta uf ounf ladiea. 'Tlie guards now to rviMirt from tho baltlerroni, rd and Inch- (twern Uaaebrouck and Tyrra, tanlml of Nrta mm rrHitw-a l-iy,