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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, DEC , 1918.
READJUSTMENT POLICIES, VJTY OF PEACE
TRIP SET FORT
400 MILES AS CROWDS
WITH TIIH AMKIUCAXS IX
TPRl'SSIA, Dec. 3 Tho Uilrd army
occupied 400 square mile of Merman
territory yesterday. Including scores
or town and villages. TIio Americana
encountered liitio hostility from Uic
tnuahltaiita. Hundred in the streets
of Treves watched . in absolute allem
tins Yankeo num-li and occupation of
the city, iiotli (jertnaiia and Amerieana
maintained an akifUHMM. tliere ncltut
- little fraternisation. Tlie douRhlioys
maintained a soldierly, dliniiried atti
tude . Tliero waa a croud on tlu?
M recta, but most of tlie people Htayed
Inside, peeping lhrou"h window. Not
a sinaio CJcrman flag was observed
arwliere, Muring Uie inarch through
Trmew church hetla tolled and Amm
can airmen circled oTerliead.
There wn some chrcrliia; aa Uic
doughboy first atepiied on fierman
oil. hut tlie pita-ceding won very
quiet and biislncw-llko hh a rule. Tlie
lieoplo of the Moselle valley townx flrxt
hM Indoors, not a nonl appearing on
(lie Mreetik Iwt i they found Uio
Americam ld no attention to tliem.
Ihey gradually venUired out. Thr
ciil irovcromeiit tnallnery was left
a much a MWlhk In tlie liunil" of tlie
Crrman autluirUleH. the American'
work lirlnic inulnly mixtMiik. t pon
tlielr cntraniTi Ut each tnnn. a'enin
inander wax aent for the iHintomuHer.
chief of imHIct and other orririaln. In.
fof-mliiic lli.-m tlwt inlllmrr govern
ment had lieen cllillhhcl and that
a lone ax the people were peaceful,
oral atiihorhira will on force the luuali.
t-rliiiinul and civil law- ,
, Ttie American advance wan riwiuned
Into llh(-til-h PniKKla thlw , nmnilna".
The front l being- ctendid coiwlilcr.
aWjf' northwurd. The third army will
caiup lonlKhl fo nilli-s Inside or the
;erman froiilicr. occiipj ins k doicn
amall town. .
W CHILDREN NOT
III SCHOOL TODAY
i( ; , .
At the high whool thl morning thr
first ealun l school since ths lift
ing of the Influenza ban attendance
wns abuut up to standard- This was
the best showing- of any of tha city
At the Lincoln school the attend
ance was about 80 per cent of the en
rollment. whllO ut WuxhlnBton there
was n per cent In' attendance, and
hawthorns reported' an uttenffana of
' 64 per cent. ' ' '" ' .
The lightest attendance was report
: el from Held school Vhere there are
hut two rooms with B5' per cent of
tlia'pupils In Htlendance.
MUIIIMZIXU Pt)ll fKISIS.
WANIIINtiTON'. !-. " S. W ar on
the Atnilli American west coast Is
threatened unless the t'nitcd Ktatca tr
concerted powers Intervene In the
Ieni and pillc dispute according to
Illu-American diplomats. latest ad
lcca frtmi both caiHtals vcHfy reports
of niohllizallon. Ihith the Chilean
emlavwy and the Icruvlan legation to
day admitted a crtHi Is at hund. .
ROUND UP FAMILY
HAS AN INCREASE
An addition to the Round-l'p fam
ily is reported this morning. The buf
falO cow helohKlKK to tho Hound-tip
uKBoclatlon, and which has been In lW
Hound-L'p corrals for three years. Is
the nirtf' r of a young calf.' It Is half
Jersey ani half - huffalo. but Mrs
D'uffulo is. Just a proud of . it es if it
' were of. the blue .blond of tha prairies
when the west wan the great frontier.
" tuc liiriTurn
Tim lu rit Mini
"rsyJ Tuesday proh-
Wcntlu'r Is (iondy.
'Maximum temperature, f5
Minimum temperature, 41.
i . ' Weather, rtoudv.
i ;JVlnd. st. Uhtt
rf JHUtalV nqhe.
FIRST LOAD OF
IN N;Y. TODAY
KKW YUItK, I MX-. 1. lkarliiff tltc
riit kwd of Amcticnn trouMi to return
from KuroHf hIiu'o tho wur ended, the
Mure(ijiltt dorked tMH inornliiff, re
ItUIiik: viM'ireroiiH weleoine. I-our
thou Mind trut!t, inoMtty afution unJtn
from Kuctaml, Hem iraiiHferred Uj
ferry IhmiIm mih m-iiI lo C'am 3filln.
SiHTetiry linker reftiHel the mayor
rHiiett lliut tin troaH ma nit from
the pier up Fifth avenue, Hayimt ll
wu liaidlaJlo." New York greeted
the trnnKrt with a New Year Kvc
uproar of lilHlIeff irenM and flutter
lny Mcrup of Mter fntii tho rooffi d
Hkf-raerH Am the Manretanm made
itrt way Into the hay It war. dWuaed
with wlii-JeHH meaVH of Kreethiff.
The citeerliifl: of the doiulitMi.va '
lltoriMifihljr frlvfrlotiM and often and
a ux too h hum tho qiierv: Iuh Xet
York ittne dry -et?' The mayor ncut
thft ftr-M ttlrelfMM nMwae uelcomlux
UtenK, Tims JnlUiiUjiHairc of there-
tunilnic AmeHf-ait- to the folk at
home in reply, wan "When do we eat?1
nnd then, , lio- dry we are!'
LOCKLEY CAN COME
HERE NEXT SUNDAY
Fred Lock ley. who bm a Y. r. t A.
net-ret a r' at the battle fn.nt hi l-ance
had some hlRhly . Interest ing experi
ences cover hi a; many months, will
talk hre next Sunday evening". Dec.
ft, it that tkite if ayreeahle to local
leople. ytr. Kockley has replied to
the tnvlatlon of the 1'atriatlc Leasu
for a talk here hy offer ins- to come
on the data mentioned. If satisfactory.
The meeting will be free to the public.
The matter will be taken up this ati-
crnnon hy the executive com mi tie ot
tH I'atriptic iService IeaRue ; ,
CLOSES. 56 PATIENTS
DURING TOUR WEEKS
The Spanish influenza emergency
hnspilnl tvhicb closed today Heated 66
patients during the four weeks of the
hospital's operation, accortling to a re
port made today. The hospital aver
aged 20 patients a duy, but when the
epidemic was at its height 27 patients
were at the hospital. 9
Kleven deaths occurred at the hos
pital, but In- nearly every ciiso the
disease was well advanced before the
patient came to tlie hospital.
WORLD RELIEF WORK
MAY CONQUER FAMINE
Yestenlay marked the befflnninir of
u-.i.4 i-n.. ,v,i,.u
" "I"! nciiri i rrn. mft " ii
an iojai Americans are rciptvieu iu
may not be visited upon the people of
Kurope. Hoover's inesaaRe explutnliiK
IIW" HI" rJC.t nilici iiiib nninrnr
will he delivered to the people of J'en-
dleton during the week.
"World Itellef eek" was instituted
that the, desperate straits of Kurope
may be driven home to the people of
this country. It has been pointed out
that 2i,tMu,iMio Uussians may perish
I this winter for lack of food, and that
America must ford a fore Ian popula- l,vi'.nnd i . vi and suffer-. I and re
tlon thVce times ureuter than her own. jt.-ced with v
j ' - - u i he Service.
Kxoes Tax tiiteS. "In this order we have tht kmu;1-
The excess tax or puihiwui priviU-Ke fnl custdm i t each sessi.ui f imI-
tax 'which has been in effect on rail- in to meinorv our absent brethren,
roads was taken iff eslerday, l)e- Not only it hose ho.e fe-t p.ivi- ir i
cember I. The tax amounted io one dn the twilinhi ) at Ii that lo in
sixth of the fare priid. j-pale realms of shade" tut 'f tinw
GERMANY'S COKFESSION OF CULT
1 1 ii i "
ii i i i i i i i-i. y.
e, '..rV--.aHj,fSit"ri" ' "Tiil
trrrrr --i -t - - v " je-, w
, jrrrz: s ri HJ ijL ' 9-- 31 ;f
' ; J . y I s-.- v .... . u, , ;
When the adjustment of damages
fore the peace conference, Germany
aaanda turned axalnat her incNinvenlently. Thin (-hart wan circulated
throughout erriiany aa evidence of
fare, Kaeh little apeck ia ftupponed to
headed ".England's Plight," The eig-xut?
hrotiKh the North Sea to the channel i inurketl 'blockade Ijimlts.' In
he lower left-hand corner I printed thia quotation, HUnetl "Churchill';
'It Is entirely for lack of h1ps that I have had to reduce by hundneds of
thousand of tons the Bteel for helK. for the makinaj-of which the facto
ries, f linen, gun and gun crews uru ulT waltln?." In rlxht hand corner
larKO type. '12 months of tnretriKtd L-Boat Warfare In the Northern
Theater of Sea War. At the foot
mine or before February 1. 117, l
CHIEF JUSTICE OF OREGON
WAS ELKS ORA
Vith Judge Thomas A. McBride.
hlef justice of the supremo court of
Oregon, as memorial orator, Pendleton moments to tall to memory those
Elks honored their departed brothers ; brave brethren i f thN loose who re
yesterda.v and Jncldentallj. ; paid a tri-spending to tire call of patriotism have
but to'all mentbors in the uriny and gone forth to uphold the honor an-1
navy. The service at the Arcade was dignity of our country upon the blood
impressive though the attendance was! tained soil of Europe. From this
smaller lhau ivmial on such occasions, j oiige thirty eight members, our brav
The musical prograan onRisted in ee-1 est and best are absent with the colors,
lections by. the Sawyer orchestra, a It ' natural that thoy should be there,
solu by Mrs. Jtaytuond W. Hatch with 'An unpatriotic Elk would be as u-.uoh
Mrs. llagur as accompanist, a quartet tut of place in the order as an Atheist
composed of Messrs. FVed P. Austin. a church. It is an exclusive ,m
R. M. May berry. A. J. Owens and eriean order. One of Its cardir.a!
Oeorge Kdmomls and a solo "The tenets is Patriotism: one of inv.tri
Platns of Peace." bv Pred P. Austin, able ornnoients of the hinge room, the
The ritualistic ceremony was conduct-
etl by 0fficers of the lodge. I,.
Drake, esteemed IcadlnST kinht me
ru i. . . , ,
The list of Pendleton lodge members
passing away during the year 11
comprise, the follow ng: H M. War-;
reii, vnaries a. cppinKer, ,nanes .
Harrett. J. V. W'yrlck. O. A. Jtentoti.
C Kt Heard. T. C. Taylor.
In his addresa Judse McIJride said
The soul of man longs for immor-
taltty. and feeble mortality yearns to
t" it nil; ii i 'un u uiivr uuttui. i no nut i
ta of the living Is the precious me
mory of the Rood deeds of those who
havc passed away. Take away from
history those paes which perpctunto
the memory tif the statesman, . sol-1
diers. pholieiphers, and patriots whose
:achievemcnts are recordod in its
. , . . ,
tombs, and history is blotted oiii.
Tuke from mankind the memory of
hjj llluairilJUS UfflU, ailU lll I I I l ;
to nigner acnievemenc ana pranaer
Ana nui .s .rue 01 n:.fi.na no
communities Is equally so with the in- .
dividual. The precious niomo:;- of ;
Olir Ut'HU BPrlPIIS ft O II WOUt'll U IT
lives, and in contemplation -if ih
certainty of death we are lOinonishcl
to use manfully and
won Mix the
allotted hours f life. This i:
KIk's hour of retrospection,
untlered altar we Rather In obe
to the law of brotherly loe, t i
)sh the memory (f those who
: ' ' O "
fr Hlnkinjee hy sulmiurlnea cornea be
will find a hit of her exaggerated prop
the effectivenesa of tiie U-boat war
represent a Mjnklng. The chart Is
line from the Atlantic around
of the map. "No ship destroyed by
included In this map."
TOR YESTERDA Y
who, still living, are unable to be w.!h
us. I digress fiereCore for a few
1:a of ,,r country
"Moreover its teachings inculcate
road sympathy with all humanity
.and this, in Itself Is a world patrio-
tifiin. The true Elk prays with the
ma p)rewtt, ,linn .
eI)e,h the liberal KUn
O God be there
Thy rlHht arm bare.
Thy KrarhuiH w ill be done,"
"U was In this spirit that when
their country culled ther,: ;ind Meei
ln(. France and olltraKFd !KKiuin a
VQflU( for nid oup
forth to smite the
thanks be to Clod that glveth uj the
victory," he haa been r.iittcn. let up
hope, to the death.
Bring Them Homo.
... , u.xUUnw. (, ... , ,
. . , . . . .
them and hrtiiR them safotv liomc.
, j , . ,,. .
f h 'll, ,7 , u ? Vu ,
ronfllet, (and the toll or" hath ha
bett htaVV In
eavy In the past few weeks)
may we in peace ynd aafetv here, never
t l he
cri(icc (hal olir lloXJ uu fop
- t,V(,r there
" .,T(1 lho, s ttl ril,lini wr w , .
such a welcome as heroes never re
ceived lefnre: for those who. like pri
vate Georft-e A.- lenton of this Indsv.
have died in their country's service,
(the patriotic tears and the yearly
memorial is tUv onlv tribute e can
i.ir i r.rh-f.
"The lesfson tf the hour and of thf-w
exercises, is the breesy of human
Hfr and tho Importance of doins roihI
to our fellow man while, it is calle 1
today. 'Let us ent and drink ftr to
morrow we die." is th Kospel of the
; t'i'iviire. the i hthoph of the swtne
"Let us practice bent nee ,nnl
(, t"ii. t h ued on page S.
CHIEF AMG COUNTRY'S HE
BY ATHENA 'CITY
AXHKXA, ,Ore., Jh-c. 2. (Sie
cial to the last Orcgoiiian ) lie
twen 5 and 6 o'clock tSaturday
eTonina; Athena was treated (o the
mtt& stirring time In many years
wheu Itradcn ticrkins and John
Kothrock, dr., Istainc dihordcrly
with tho final result (hat IEoth
rtM'k was tdiot in the fool, while
regtetiitg arrest and Clerking was
placed In jail.
Oil horschack the two men (-aid
to he Intoxicated, rodu the side
walks and created a dislnrljaiK-c.
The marslial not bvhu; at hand
efforts, were made to qoell them,
hy citizens, anionic them Major
Homer I. Walts, Councilman .
A. Miller attempted lo arrest th
men and while shooting to M-arc
ltoihrK'k the latt-r's lHrse whirl
ed In Kiich a niuiiiuT that I tic pistol
' hall struck the rider In the foot.
Tho wound is said to be slight.
OMAU fSTKt'HKXS TIIKUF-
After the slusttin-f Clerking sub
mitted lo arrest and; wa lielutf
taken to jail by Ibe marshal, liow -vvr
Je lnke auwyjFrom the of
fkrr aud iartl to -run. It Is
said he would have hecn shot at
had not Omar Stephens, AHu im
jrroccr. fornuvly of I'endleton. ran
tho man down and lriped him.
0arkin&r was then sulaltied ami
placed in jail. This moruim? lie
was fined UHi hy .lutle Kirh
, ards and ilaicd under S.V) bail
to keep Hie caoe for the next ft&
years. lOnrly litis afternoon ISoth
rtM'k who had one to Fcndletoii
had intt iM-en arrested hut a case
will he brought afrainst him.
The melee Saturday lasted fr
nearly an hour and it is regarded
as fortunate that no one was seri
ously Injured. The disturbers
were not armed hnt more than one
of Hie citizen captors prtnircd
TO SAFFGUARD IDEALS
FOR WHICH MEN DIED
WASHINGTON. lH-r. 2. PlvM
dtut WIImiii'n nan for altcml.
injr Uic lX'acc conn-im wort
ftftrn totiiy as follows: Thc
CuIIhiiI men of ur arimtl fiws
liate Touelit for Itlt-uls tltfy kunv
lo lie IlK-lr wniury's Kli al-. I
owe it o llH-m to see lo It that no
fal" tr inistHki-n lnH'rrota(ioii
is put iimii tlicm. It is now my
clitty t play my full uirt in maW
iiur BMtl what they nffwtl their
lifi' s IiIixhI to olxain .1 ran think
of no call to service which vtonlit
transcend lhi.'i IM'inm-ratit
nicnilwrs In lai"-"e croups lit the
galleries rose and clieer-d.
GARAGE AIR TANK
WENT THROUGH ROOF
ATHKX A. Ore.. Ih-c. 2. AtJic
na liail n Hiiexixi-teil atlatlfni
sm lit KmIii.v when the air lank In
tlie Athena aaraic hlew up.
Without arnina: the tank ns
ciHliit Ihroiiah I he iaraae rar.
imssin: Iwtwi-n tuo jolt unit
lntr deseMiileil upon Ihe UMif al
Hliolher plait-. No one was hurt
hy the aeciihiit.
DIES OF INFLUENZA
t. Harder, nromment MHton f.ir-
mer. died yesterday of Spanish Influ
enxa. followed by pneumonia. Mr.
rlirl-r. who itus 4 vnrs of auc. is
survived by a wife, two children. Hjii-
oUl, ailed It. and Marie, aged e.Kht.
The funeral was held this afternoon
in Milton at 1.".
modified private control
! RAILWAYS ORGED
I : : 9
AITIIITIA1I III I
Contention that Kaiser's De
j cree of Abdication is Un
satisfactory May be Bluff.
TO QUELL DISORDER
i"Nothing Can be gone Un
j til Wilson Arrives": is
j Opinion in Paris.
'; ' I'AlVl.S. ec '2 That Germany Is
! carrying a surprise up her( sleeve in
Jthe contenthn 'that the kaiser's decree'
! of alklication Is not satisfactory.' many
4ljeJieve fscerylya bJnf f fP the. benef U
juiiKerf .aim; wTiajiej ana riaiera,
f iii are fighijiiK iaaig,'-tfeaiselves.
' l-ierlln admits there are no masters of
; tho' Kftuationj f , i J
, Hlffh authority aclard the United
States must stand by the allies, that
Kurope never needed America more
than now, while anything is liable to
happen In Germany. "The role of the
I'ntted States, which was decisive In
war. Is equally important in peace
preparations.'' declared the Temps.
"Nothing can be done until President
W i Iso n a rri ves." '
CHRISTMAS ROIL CALL
TO AID OREGON FIGHT
Those wh' respond to the Christ
mas Ftoll CaU. Jled trot memlkership
drive, to bt'gin December 16. will au
tomatically sutcrile to the Oregon
Association fr the Prevention of Tn
berculowis, fr instead of conducting
the cutsomary sale of lied t?rosa steals
for the Association, the latter will re
ceive $:! 5oi a.-- a per cent of the to
tal derlvcr frm the Roll Call In thi
The litt'e Ked Cross seal, which has
become fa miliar as a decoration for
Christ m;s letters ami packages, wili
not be banished entirely, however, for
"(. tin h.iiimi seals have been printed
and each subscriber to the lloll Call
will receive 10 of them.
lUvsldess the per cent received from
the roll call, the National Ited Cross
has appropriated m.(io f)(r the
nssociution. which is 40 per cent more
than has ever been derived from seal
sales. The OreS'oii association Is uln
ft stertnsr a measure which If passed
by the legislature will provttle f'T an
I'l'en.alr pavilkm' to built at thr
hosphal in NiU'in. whit-h vill cost
$17. ."(in ami acronumwlate r.ti of ihe
pntients which are at present on a
long waitiiiK list. Il Is the hope or
Ihe association that each eountv will
care for ihe advanced eases and semi
i'leipient cae to the hospital.
Mrs W. IV Mi-Nary. V. U Thump.
h'Ii. chairman ot" 1'inatll'a Cininty l;el
Cro:.. and S. A. I-oweM. head of thr
liidl t'iill. are the I'matlllu. eiunt re
resentatives uf the association.
"LEST WE FORGET"
Hitiby Harris of Milton, esttiuutfii
,to be worth from 1 TTi.yoo to X t'to.omi
refuses to Rie a dollar in support of
the boy w ho have fouxht fur hi
I t'KXTK.Vl. LOYALTY l.K -MIl K.
J W.V. CO. l'ATKliTIC HKKVn'K .
HY KOBKHT liKNOKIt
(I nlt-U Pn?s. Staff On-n-ipoiHlcnt.)'
for "nKxlifinl prttaie.rmilmf" or ll
natlun'x railroads a inicr iintrird and
Krcau-r ihiIiIIv wiculatkms, ITesltU-nt
W ilson niJolie "ut aaliit tin? rt-tunt
to okl conditions! In railroad oa-ra-tions.
In Ills anjinul memaito to
joint session, inx-nlng "the reconstruc
tion contress." tlm iresilletit oiitlinrtl
this anil other mwwiirei att rrad
justmenr imJicica anil at tlie same tinio
eplaimsj his peace trip to KurtHW aa
tine I Is Ills "duty"' to make. "May I
not hope." lie added. tliat In tlie tkHi
eate tasks I will have to perform. I
may have the enconiaenieiit and ailtl-
ed strength of your nuitnl supimrt.
iVil"im's n-ailjostiiB-iit proaram
hides: Tho assae of woman's uf
finKv; the use of eistlinc airciicics to
lerttit itfonstructlon; immlil
j samptloit ami dtwekHHnent of pohlie
I v.orkM. provUllnir employment f"r re
j lurnina sobller! ratification .
t I'oIonilMan treaty. Improrlnx twn-Am
I erican relatHma: Immetllnte determl
! nation ISIS. and HiO taxea and
j liftinic as much of the tax uurdew
as tle stverntm-nt needs HI
tiTOii: prktrity of tHstrtHitioi nt ,
erii-au raw materials li wirrkkm
natimns: tsmiirtcte conwitnimallon of m
' tliree-jear naval prottranr: nrijen eon.
gross to stu.tly t'i railroad'1 'tswitrol
! ' . . . ii.. ...... l.i-.i-SJ '.....fc
qiuiion uiioitiini. -i . iuii ii.i ..
Ills' doulit of tlie future: aniT'riVlama.
! lion of arid! swamp ami cutover land,
j I'KACK HY SPIUNO."'
I Tlie president declured lie liclieve
r final peace wlH be eotniilajled tw
spring.. In the meantime. h4? Mild U10 9
' American laislnesa man nitlt hw
"quick Initiative," is icoinc aliead wliu
i TKAXsrOKTATlOX t'lHIT XEKI.
I IH-clariiut that presi-nt Kovernmental
: aanwles can handle the routine prob
I lems of readjustment. Wilson said tile .
chief need or tlie country Is tins devel
opment of raila-ava. waterways, hiich
I ways and country roads. Tlie old )
1 tern or handling railroads, he said. Iw
Itroiiitlit "condltlfMW of restraint with.
! out development' and some new "cle
j nient of poller' l absolutely necessary
: fir puhllu service, release of rram
and protection of MockJioldcrs. "I
frankly turn to you ror counsel." tlie
' president said, at wiihlt tlie reiHiltll.
cans lauKued.,, , r
'.V hir . any definite timrirle
scheme of "rcsHmstniction." lie added,
none lias emented c nhlch, woiihi
tvork better than tlie present eonatl
cttili asvncles ...
I.AI DS MEN IX SKIUK't:
i "No soldlera-or sailors ever proved
i themselveM more aulckly ready for tlm
jtcst of liattle or acuuitled tleoiscles
; with more splendid couraao ami
aciilveim'ut when put to tlie test." de.
ielnrtl tlie tresl.tciit. devotimc tsmsld.
Jerahle time to laudliKc tlie men in tlio
j American wrvlee duriiut the war. "I
i am proud to lie a fellow countryman
-of such stuff and valour as lllo-c of u
iwlut slated home ami did our dutv.
hut for many a lomr day we shall tlilua
ourselves "aix-ursetl" we were not
j there, ami hold our iiiuiiIhmmI cheup
while mam speuk that fotutlit with
tlus. at St. Mllilcl or Tlilcrrt . lutt
we nil thank IhsI for with dcc
rratltsde that our nn-n went In force
Into the hat'le Jut at Ua- critical mo
ment when the whole lulc of ilw
wcrhl scemisl ti. huux in III' halniice.
Ihrowins their fr-sli rtrcnuth Inl"
rtcctlom's ranks In time, lo lorn lln
wliole title ami swis-l of tiH' ruterui
' ? trii5!J lira U once fur 'l. so that
hem eforth It was hack, hua-k, li k
lor their enemies. atwus Iswk and
Continued on PaK. I. )