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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Peace Commission An
nouncement Carries One
Surprise, Name of Gen
BAKER TO RELIEVE
PRESIDENT AS HEAD
Jane Addams May Repre
sent U. S. at Conference
nY ItonFRT BKVDEn.
(I'nlwd Prww Kuift Correwpondem.)
WAHIIlMiTON. Nor. 30. President
' Wilson bettlmi direct offMial ran
frmc will) allied lenders about Ie
cember M. huvlnif noon need the per
sonnel of llifl , America n. delegation:
Reeretarr UinHliur. CVMonet Honor,
llenrr White and (general HIIhs, Tlie
nmililent'H rtnra for leading com-
nilwtlon to France oro complete.
Tlwi White House Raid Wilson will
probably deliver bin inewsaitri to con
jrrer Monday at 1 o'elock.. The offi
cial annoiinoement of America's peace
cornmiMdon carried only one surprise,
tho name of IJonoral Mis, Secretary
Baker goes to trance in a inumn or
mix week, relieving Wilson at the head
of the dekiratlon wlien Wilson Maria
home. With the peace conference now
drawing near. International lobbies, of
all kind and merit are getting- under
MISS AIOAMS TO HOIXAXD.
In addition, he la expected to call
Mkw Jane Addams for an International
patlicrlmr of women In Holland to ron
rtder peace problem. Zionist and
anlNKlonlata are set on "ending dele
Button from laidon and Pari. An.
drew Kunwelli, marine labor leader,
will be near the acene of the peace
conference. Little nationalities aero
Ute water, which hate been under
(errman domination are organizing
lobbtea for participation P"
table. labor and congre were ni
apnnlnted at Wllsnn'a selection of del
egate. Jjotn nrniea i"r rirrr-iiinu...
1 ' fASSEDjrr COUNCIL
.'The defect discovered yesterday In
Pendleton's new health ordinance
mentioned yesterday by the Kaaal
Oregon Ian' wa corrected at a special
meeting of the city council taut night
culled for that purpose. The defective
ordinance van repealed and a new one
passed, which v thought to be proof
against contest, and the authorities
feel the ordinance con now be en
forced. ,SUGAR,CARDS 60.
AV RtSTRJCTlONS STAY
Stirnr corns are to be a thing of the
"past arter tomorrow. A wire to that
effect wns received tht morning from
the state food administrator by M. n.
Chessman, assistant county adminis
trator. . The wire received from Food Au
mlnlstrator Ayer says:
"Therefore, effective December 1,
the certificate plnn of distribution
will he abandoned and manufacturers
and dealers can procure their require
munis without the use of certificates.
This also nmlle to publlo eating
places, but tho regulations governing
the serving of sugnr In public eating
plncrs. whereby the qimntlty used Is
limited to four pound for 90 meals
served, will remain In full force and
"Consumers are restricted to four
pound per person per month ana
.lenient should endeavor to see that
this i done without further use of the
consumer's card. .-
It should be clearly understood
that the removal of the above restric
tion does not in any way affect the
price charged by the refinery to the
Jobber, or by the Jobber to the dealer,
or by the dealer to the consumer."
West Wind. BrlsL Today.
Mnxlum teniperalure. 64. t
, Minimum temperature, 29.
VVemhcr, clour. , .1
Wind, west brisk.
AMSTERDAM, Nov. 30. A re.
- port from Berlin today declared
Germany has ceded north Bellies
wig; to IH'nmark.
BAR EXECUTIVE FOR
TO U. S. FOR TRIAL
Declared Necessary to Es
tablish Kules of Inter
NEW YORK, Nov. 80. William
Hohenzollern cou.ld be extradited to
the United Htates nnd placed on trial
for hla crime, believe Charle Terr,
of the American Bar Association e
ecutlve. committee. The former kai
ser has been Indicted In two wcHtem
stateo and tinder a treaty between
America and Holland, hi extradition
could be effected, Terry told the Unit
ed Press, paying: "To vindicate the
highest Instinct of human conscience.
to satisfy the requirements of univer
sal law and reestablish the iule and
regulation of International laws, the
trial of William Huhenxollern must
Britain's Greatest Publisher
Gives Europe's View.
t,ONDOV. Nov. 3(1. In view of the
widespread discussion regarding Wil
son's decision to attend the peace con
ference. the t'nlted Press asked Lord
Northcllffe. Britain's greatest publish
er, for a statement of the European at.
tltude toward the president's person
al participation In peace deliberations.
espondlng, Northcllffe said: "For
eigners hove no right to participate
In other countries' policies. ,. That
merlca's president attend, the con
ference has always been regarded here
l matter of policies but as an es
sential fuctor In the sitnntlon. Jt
would be unthinkable for us. -for ex-
mple, that Lloyd tteorge should not
be at (the conference- I am not In a
position to speak for France, but 1
cannot conceive It posRlblo that the
conference be held without Premier
Clemenceau. It la apparently evident
from cables we are now getting that
many Americans object to the presi
dent's voyage. I can only say we
cannot understand that situation. The
L'nited States has played a great part
In the war. The Germans consistent
ly addressed the president. , As a for
Igner I can. express no view of Am--rican
policies. But I may. ne allowed
to say. as an expression' of personal
opinion .that If these conferences are
held without the president the whole
European world would think there was
something very wrong indeed, with
I BULGARIAN ARMY THANKS GOD FOR PEACE 1
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j IL; a. ,.. y" : . - -"TitJ'V.. x V ' This is the first '-peace- picture. If
cl II. -....- Y j . ' C . 'Kj - ' . - . -.xT shows the Ktilaarian arnn Ml solemn
i n';--".,xi' t:v..j. 5 . " ' J t'-V'; Immetl lately after the sUiiIiik
- gen!4.l - sV I I ' - "J-" J 'f the nrmiRtlc l.y which the first f
f''i 7- I, .- x. ,ii--SV1fi:v' mt 1 the leniral powers to crv Kamernd:"
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN,
i ' ' r
ISHROCK QUITS i
TO ACCEPT JOB
Successful County Agent Re
signs After Service Cover
ing Eleven Months.
SUCCESSOR IIA'S NOT
BEEN SELECTED YET I
Mr. Shroc bBecomes Mana
ger for Oregon Dairy
M. S. Shrock. county agent for
Umatilla county, hn tendered his res
ignation, to take effect December
and will at that time leave for Port
land to become manager of the ,Ore-
goii Dairyman's LeiiKne, ar organiza
tion Willi a inemberKlilp of 30 dairy.
No successor to Mr. Shrock has
been chosen and It Is understood that
carefuratte'ntlon will be given to the
qualifications of the man before he
Is selected. F. L, Ballard, assistant
county agent leader. Is now here and
it Is reported he will make his head
quarters here until a man Is found, if
Mr. Shrock came here as county
agent February 1 last. He was the
first agent in the county and conse
quently had pioneer work to do. He
has been regarded as very energetic
and successful in the work with the
result much regret Is expressed over
his resignation. n. '' . i t .ti
In 'the following' statement 1 Mr.
Shrock' make It clear he la leaving
because his hew position Offers him
a much larger salary than the iSS00
a year he has been receiving here.
"Much as I dread leaving Umatilla
county. I feel that I can not, afford
to turn down the proposition offered
me In my new work. . I have enjorea
county agent work because it present
ed a great field of usefulness. It will
develop Into still greater Usefulness
as the fitrmers become more familiar
with it' ... - .
. "I came here hecause the federal
government and the agrlciItural,-eot
lege were sorely In need of mert-fot
this work. I was assured that It'Wgt
the most Important duty that I was
capable of performing during the
continuance of the war. I accepteo
the appointment with that In mind al
though more attractive offers awaited
me In other lines. The war Is now
over and I feel that 1 am no longer
under the name obligations.
"Mrs. Shrock and I hae property
Interests In the Willamette valley ana
our life-long friends and acquaintances
are there. These, together with the
Increased opportunities finally are suf-
flcient. I think, to Justify us in bld-jors
ding- farewell to our many newly-
formed friends and aegquaintances. re-
taininff, however, many fond remem-Jaijo
irnnces of them.
'My 'work here ban iwon full of In
terest and 1 1 hope profitable o 'fhe
county as a whole Considering- thfe
fact tlwit the- work "wa-new to the
county,' the farmers hbw been very
responsible find ready to cooperate at
all times and' T trust that my succew-
sor will meet with the same success.'
PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i5"
-i - -:r - .T 4
Following' is a remarkable story.
the first written by an American sol
dier, describing actual conditions In
Germany. - It is by Leryo Congleton.
(Copyright. ItUS, by the United
Press. )' :1 ' . '
LONDON, - Nov. 30. The German
revolution Is genuine, judging from
what I saw In Darfstadt. Llmburg and
oppladen. The common people real
ize, for the first time, that militarists
duped thenv - It Is Impossible for
militarism to return 4o power. Ger
man marines, on November 8, went
along the Rhine waving red flags,
throwing away weapons and disarming
other soldlersy -At Oppladen, the peo
ple and garrison went wild with Joy.
The entire garrison pocked up, all the
soldiers returning to their homes. My
guard, announcing the 'news, tossed
his cap aifd "cartridge belt Into the air,
crying: -"Now we'll have freedom."
I had ated a an Interpreter and a
a result was. allowed the . freedom of
the towns where we were quartered.
I talked to many people regarding the
food situation which was extremely
serious. - All restaurants were closed.
Factories made only war materials.
and everything was expensive. la
borers, mostly women and prisoners.
did all the farm work, and houses,
mills and fences were dropping to
pieces. All work clothes are made
from paper and all dress clothes from
old clothing. &hoe tops are made from
Paper and the soles are paper and
wood. Hats are of tsraw. The only
amusement was the movies.
FOUR IN FAMILY
DIE OF .TYPHOID
IN FIVE WEEKS
The fi.urili death In one family
in five wcelut of typhoid fever ocv
ctirred at Ftr-ewater yewerday
arteruMMi in . tho -death of Mr.
oorKP ,4arHoii. Mr. Pe-ai-Hnn'a
hti-Hhttiid and MMUher. Mr. and .Mr.
F- Vox are t lie other member
of- -the fumilF wtm have been
elafrmHl hy tins ftrrad dineasc.
MILITARY HDHORS 1
I fOACGORDED SOLDIER
The funeral services of the late
Frank Goodman, who died recently of
Spanish influenza, will be held tomor
row from the Folaom chapel at 2:30
p. m. with Rev. R. E. Gornall. of the
Methodist church officiating. The
county guard, of which the young- man
waa a member vHl be in charge.
Goodman, who left Pendleton to en
ter Polytechnic school shortly after
his marriage to Miss Iva Garrison of
this city, was accorded military hon-
at Vancouver barracks before the
body was shipped here for burial. Mr.
Goodman was married about a month
to Iva Garrison, of this city.
POPK TO ASK XXFKIIF..'CK All ;
ROM K. Xw. Tito report tliat ,
loH- Benedict, will request the eac
coiifcreiire to t-ontfklet" tlie 1 to man
question effecting n ftllcmcnt le-
tnwn tle vaihun and qulrjnal, was
confirmed in hij
:h vatiean riii'les to- :
AS A SLACKER
Milton Man Estimated
Worth $400,000 Refuses to
Help for Soldier Comfort.
ill ARE SUMMONED
BY LOYALTY LEAGUE
Patriotic League Loses Pa
tience With Men Who
To the Public:
Omt atratn tlio Central Iyalty
Cominltveo of the I 'ma 1 ilia Coun
ty Patriotic) Krrrlcc lieasrne feejM
It a duty to publish to the county
Hurt; Iflffhy Harris, Yvealthy Mil
ton reside 1. 1, tian refiifed to eon
- trilMite to a pat Ho tin fund and to
'cxnreM the opinion that thin
freih refusal, when considered
with hi past record in war work
iHKhifakfjurK, jittffi(M4 hlin hcinjr
held In scorn and contempt' by
every loyal and patriotic man
woman and child.
XOT FIRST OFFKYCE.
Mr. Hnrrlw. as was staled at the
time he van published for delin
quency In tlie Fourth liberty
fjoan camMii?i, Is one of I'mattl
la county's most wealthy citi
wiw and has made the major part
of tiff rk-lics In this county. The
awcKsed vnluatUii of procrty in
this county held In his own name
is apirox!matc.y S8.VOOO hut his
total wealth is estimated various
ly from $l7.k.(Hkr to StOO.OOO.
So far an our records siinw his
contrthutioii -to war relief funds
t have IwtMt nil. though we have
. !ccn Informed that a year ajso he
gave one dollar to the Red cross,
lie wilr--ritK'd S2.VNio tlie Thlrtl
UUity Loan and Stooo to tlie
fourth loan, though lioth suliscrlp
tions were made under iresure.
His -refusal to sire even a, pit
tame in support of the organiza-'
lions ariua; for our wddlcrs and
sailMs ami for suffering human
ity have been so )ni stent ami
Inexcusable that, in the alisiwe
of any evldcme that he In dls
lovaT at hearty the committee can
only believe that his attitude. H
dictated by a callous Indifference
to everything; but his own suer
latlve selfish ucss.
PATIKXCK IS EDKD. j
Further patients in dcaliiur with !
miHi a notorious slacker as Mr.
If arris would he indefensible and 1
justice itself, we feci, Is only half
served hi the public exposure of
his MhnrtconifiufM as an American
Citizen- Nor does the committee
promise that it will consider It i
duty ended with the publication
of this Ktatcmcut-
Mr. Harris is not the only per
son In tlie comity who has failed
or refused to contribute to the" j
Viiltod War Work Itund without
good excuse and. at the mccthts j
last etenins: the secretary was in- t
Mrnctcd to sunmtoii eleven other
fleliii()iients to apiHar on the 1
eveuimr of Ixvmljer 0 to show i
cause why they hoiild not be
ptihIMwd as Is Mr. Harris
CFXTItAli LOYALTY COMMIT-
TKR I'matilla Co. Pntrlotle
S,r lie League.
' IXIOV, Nov. 30. The Ex
change Telegraph Company says
it Is learned that 200 (ierman
submarines were snnk during the
ADVANCE TROOPS AT
GERMAN FRONTIER ON
FRONT OF 40 FILES
Border Reached From
North of Luxemburg to
fjOXDOX. Xor SO. 'Our
troops have reached the German' rfon
tier oil the whole front from Just north
of the lfiehy of Laxenthurjc to the
neighborhood of Kuen.' Hals; today
announced. Tit Is 1 a front of 40
miles. - . .
JULIAN LOWE MET
DEATH IN FRANCE
Word was received by Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Lowe of Nyssa. Oreson. former-1
ly residents tit Pendleton, that their
onlv tutn rnrrtnra1 JuHnn I.iv rile-ft !
j in France. October 3tth. rrom pneu
j monla. He was previously wounded
! and was thought to be recovering
I when the telegram informing them -
of hia death arrived. He bad o&rtly i
j proved up on a homestead near Nys-j Troops in. the United States desi-
! sa where his parents have been Hv- naled for demobilisation number
Jin since he went Into the service. (00. The revised casualty list inetudM -
Hia sistr. Marhtn, -wa aedin ; 2S363f killed In action; li.101 died of
! school In Payette, Idaho, where Rhewounds, i,34 died of d'iMeae,
i graduates this year, and Mrs. Delvajdjed of other causes, and I4.2ffl min-
jail. who formerly made her borne
neriy maae ner nome 1 3iru-. in. action. The wounded to
. returned 'from. Chea- isyW facludltuc 54,751 wouritfe
with the family, .,.He Lverely.. '.:''i. : '"V
i the Nyssa district to, , ' ' ', "f 'V
with the Lowes, returned from Cbea- I
ton. Ore., td be
, is the first from
make the supreme sacrifice.
He was twenty-three yearsod tn4 f
; nai spent most or nis lire m uregpn.
' His early (trade school woric wa dilnei
in PeiKlletonand finished In Ontario.!
'where E. B. Conklln was at that Until
1 Later he took up advanced work!
I at O. A. C., where he was popular
with both students and faculty, ' He
, was a member of the Lambda Chi A!-
I pha fraternity and was a Jurjfor In
I college at the time he entered the R
A. T. C. During the fall of 1917 he
; was studying military science in the
'training school at Corral lis and won
a position as corporal. In January he
was transferred to Camp Lewis and
remained there until June, instruct
ing new recruits. But he was so eager
tn do his part across the water that he
was finally given a position in an in
fantry regiment, en route for1 Prance.
Young Lowe was at one time a car
rier boy on the East Oregonlan and
his friends here are grieved to hear of
his death. r ?
MH.ITAIflSM. AXAIirHY Al.li ONE
COPFAHAIiEX,' Xor. SO. "inisst. j
an militaryisniin Herlio and anarchy I
means the same thinjt to us" declared ,
the. Ihiilcn It I .era I urts prm-lama. 1
tion today dcniandiiiK cnninlitv srpa-
ration from llcrliil. ,
MEN IN SER VICE SHARE
ELKS MEMORIAL HONOR
A military note will be present in
the annual Elks memorial services
to bo held tomorrow afternoon at 2
. cluck In the Arcaxle theater, tor the
memorial will show the connection of
the liKtite with the mvn in the service.
Patriotic decorations areto be used,
with a picture of I'.enerai I'erxhlna.
member of R. p. O. K-. tormina; the
met if. ' t m
Although the services are for the
Oeirted members of the lodKe. every
one Is Invited, whether or not accom-1-iinleil
by a member of the order.
Following; is the proram:
t'.iopln's March Kunr-ore. orchestra.
America, .a Jidience.. led by Kr-i 1.
Solo. "I Have Not Seen." Mrs.
After an enforced vacation of seven
weeks iiwmu to . the Inf luen;.i ban.
emlli-ton n-lwola will niwn Mon.lav
piornins- So much time has been lost
by the schools that the children are
fai inn some strenuous work for the
remainder of ihe school eur. Supt.
Austin .howevervls arranging the work
iri such a manner as to to a Iouk way
toward tnakiiiR up for the lost time.
This morning he stuU-d thut all
ADBICATf ON AND
Document Renouncing: the
Throne of Germany and
Prussia Given by ex-Ruler
OATH OF ALLEGIANCE
NO LONGER BINDING
'Kaiser Accedes to Demands
of New Government
AMSTF'4lIAr. Not., SO. WllllHrn
llolienxollern lias slimed a document
renonndns: the throne of ferman
and ITnwfca, as treil as relesinE all of
firialH from their oath of aUeelanrw.
nays a Berlin dlsnaU h. ' Ttm former
kaiser Is reported 111 n.'th Influenza
and unaliks to greet his wife when slm
arrived at Amerongen Station.
LIST GIVES 262.723
BV CARL I'. GROAT .
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON'. Nov. .. 30. Thn
thirty ninth division is the firt one
designated to return home" in Its en
tirety, General March too ay announc
ed, adding that the army expects t
reaeh a return rate of 175,000 a month
In December and later 300.00ft. A re
vised casualty list. Including 6a me to
November 24. waa also announced.
The lotal exclusive. oC
c ? - - .
3ing in. action. The wounded 'totaled
ik3 . JncludltiK 54,751 wouiided me
!' ANSWER ALL CHARGES
lXDO., Nov. SO. Count Hohcn
zollernnvin.be niven full opportunity
to answer charges against him. the
attorney general today declared In. a
campaitm speech. "If he ta returned
to Germany or held in detention, the
coalition government will Insist upon
a personal accountability- of the form
er kaiser for the crimes for which h
is chiefly and personally responsible"
said Smith, who intimated that no at
tempt;-ould be made to punish Wit
heliu Jivlti aftec British election, -
AMSTERDAM. No. - tn Oeneral
Von Elsa announced, the. German army
has never countenanced a socialistic
reptihlic wanting the kal.ser lmrk. a
Brunswick dlKpatch savs.
Raymond Hatch. (.
OlHrniiiK Ritualistic Kxerclses. Pen
dleton Lodue 2S. It. I. i), K.
Roll Call or "mir Absent Brothers,
Secretary of lodge.
.M:ile nuartet, -Thai Vacant Chair."
Fled Austin. R Al. Owens. C. t,
l'iai-ii. to-orite .;,iiniinii.-i.
opening ,Mle. nuUietice.
Mi in. 'rill I a.l.lt.s... JuilKe William A.
v'l. iiiif rilualistlc everclHes. lodif(
Solo. -Th,- I'l.tin. .t,f peace." Fred,
I'enedw-tion. itev : 1-; il.irnull.
Mi nil. lsxohn ' War Alar.-n. orrhes
liillilliisx had been thoroughly fi.
ti;i.iteil anil l-leiuted. and that .very
poM-iblr precaution will he. taken ta
i roteit the health or all hll.lr.ii and
stop the spread of roiitaalon.
There wilt be some rhanv In tha
hwiirs at the Xiith h.i.,l. which will
ok - h At S 4t a
kbd citlnued to 4
p. m, ith an hour in err.its.ion as
noon. Hour, at the othwr m l,.,., I. will
Mime as iarfor..