The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, February 06, 1913, Image 1

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ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Cl Interior of Eastern Oregon
The Ontario ArgiiR
leads in I'rost ipre,
merit, and Circula
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tario each year
Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County.
VOLUME xvi
ONTARIO, OREGON, Till RSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1918
SO. 6
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ADVISES WOOL KN
NOT TO SELL NOW
Secretary of State Associa
tion Predicts Good Season
For Sheep Industry
"Sheep IHn "' WOOl gHiwera (if
Ml MOtlOII of the country should lot
aflfllX0M to eoutract. Ikolf grOffl
cirlr lliin fOBf" said i'Mii (1. Hoke,
of Medical Spring, seornlniy of thr
Oropoo W i'"ii iuM'i noelollost
"Thin idea Ol contracting wool M
gjj -In '!'.-' hacks at IIiIh time is not
t ii .,. into i' it "I tho growori ami ti .
ibmilil Mit a while. I am In com-
boa teat I in v iHi boyori ami tbi
sjaoi tooob with the wool situation
lit ihf wool OOOltON and am certain
tbat I'rii' l n llttlO later will he good
ul tl.a Hi m 000 Imlil off I'm at linn
will hitter themselves greatly."
Thr I mm rs will lie aftrr m lit tun tpil
itock n I tbo friii h will l' HO
this I him ni tain. "
RESIDENTS IN WEST PART
OE CITY m SWQS
The n ild oti ot the blooki I OtWOM
Mnrlltt. KltlO, Mortnn ami ( lOOMOt
BJJBBfll ni . gl . nik' 001 ill lift 0 Blli
tary sewer r u ctloii ami it is under-
pttltloM win bo proosotod t.i
ban' a m 0l dog to a. i. i lodata tbi
I..i, ' :..,.. I ,.. I I
senrr i i illv toko care of the
knll
nf V i t iii . i oat Bud i. in ni
buu. n , ill 1 1 connected up t lilt, r
JOINT LJMmsTTtES
APPROVE GELILO DAM
Oregon and Washington Dele
gations Favor Harnossing
Columbia River
the Pallet. Or The United State
MfOOMOl and tho atutea ot Oretron
ind o will each be aaked
to I Hi i ii' Hilled
Oagh Investigation of
the pro) ' i olombtO fiver power
proj.il pafl) ! made, ua a result "f
w hWBOOtioo made Sunday at tho
pr . i,y joint ciiinmit-
ni ami Wash-
bgton. ii voo roproot otod by
Senators U. K. l-ut-
I N. Day. of I'ort-
bad. i " itOOt t
. Appoli n. ni
1 t i .a Honolotooi ,i,, '"
u V,
Hrw. and . i Q i. Pork4 r Oi
i I -urv y.
I l.rn. I I tkO
. . which al ii iii
k4d Senator : of CI
re Keprei entath N.
01004.04 " " ooklotoif ooot or
Tcon: ,,.,, 0f I i vi-it. Mr II.. al.-v say hi section
t'umuil tor ltoherts o4iaVary giucb bondlijoppood by the
of the Uulted Slutea
OOMOgtcal survey.
Ik BOOUOIttOOO from tin two statea
hoi tl . (id unaoJoM d) rt
"nd ihe approoriOtlOOO 10 their leg
'l:'jre0 und to the government for
' iJUriio.-e of inaki: all OOftt f
' Hit' power project, whose estimated
C0H ' I! 10,000, It would take oue
' lOTaOflOOtlOO
'wa Women Declare for Vote.
Ciiiiu,.; la. OrtflfloU'a women, In j
Peci.d election, voted overwhelni
lnt1 man suffrage. Of 738 I
khoaa iv ,, visited the polls, C63 were ;
vor ol sulfrage and 75 were
50,1 : ml ijuestion, whetKr
"X wOUl iota if the right were giv-the'-
hired that they would,
t"f 4,, dteured against participa-
,l i soUoutod that 80 per cent of
, women of Griuuell votei
The
"ai male vote for governor at
l eltsjuou was W46.
the
BCILW.RD PEOPIf WANT
A CREAKERY ESTABLISHED
Bofl Rose wbi in from tfao Uoulcvnrtl
section this week ami says tlie farmrra
cif that part, of tko OOOOty are morn
Interested Id the establishment of a
r itiiierr tOON ninl that the grange
hag an Hereof ground admiral. ly Incat
Od for a site. Wliil. Mi fanners blfO
nut the cows necessary fa the main
tenance of a Otflflfltflry at ii'eaeot,
they will gel thi'in wkOflOfOf a cream
ery man comes along ivhn will estab
lish the plant. The funnel realise
tl at the rn.-lng of alfalfa hay i no
longer prolltai l since the cattle have
boon iklppod oat tadtooj are mbIom
to bflffl MOJO mean nho.eliv they ,
can get ready money Inr what they
roloo ami in -in 'in i i.i lishmi ni nt
iroonotf wool i aoln that problooi.
f
Frank L. Chance, new manager of
the New York Yankee, who will get
$25,000 yearly talary.
SHORT LINE OFFICIALS BEING
LET OUT BY 0. W. R. & N.
Men 000) log In from the work 00 the
Oreogn ami Kastitn rcpcii that Short
Line official are being let out all
along the work aud men from trie o.
by, i; v . apinonj being installed.
It is agpoOtOd that an announce
mi nt will come li.'Ui I'oitlaud in a
f,.w da, stat it i,.s ,,t ,....i.
tlons uiuler wnici i'ie roan win us
ltd.
1. HEALEY OF BONITA IS
A VISITOR IN THIS CITY
Ihos. llialcy. of Uouita. was in
ruad lojal " lllt alley. The vac-ant
lands inclu.l. the alternate scetinna
mid luiu, in i fa puioboood or Isopwwod
and .11. .ni a shelter tor the rabbit
which aic so thick thev destroy all
If the coin te. we.c left alone
01 ops
for a tew rears bko) vould he of great
. .
beuetlt to the sellier auu muiic ".u
by destroying the lahbit.
MARSHAL ODELL PICKS UP
DESERTER FROM U. S. ARMY
M usual Udell picked up lletirv 97,
Colbnru here Tuesday, who proved lfl
.. Ac...... ... i,.,,.. in., iv h. aituv
,,om tkO Cheyenne post He took
him to Un... -ud iu, ned hi... over to ,
the army people. Colburn said be was
glad it was over with ss he ha been
...i... u...... - ulu, -i,,... hadaaerted last
I
FRANK CHANCE
B
181 N
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BY THE GOVERNOR
Present Session Making Good Progress-Office
of State Land Board
Abolished-Both Houses Agree to
Introduce No New Measures After
the 25th Day.
SlliomT10 progress mnde oflrftoi
the t ti i rl week of the legislative ses
wn toooM to lodloot. that BMOlboi
or the no an trjrloi to iinc
up to their voluntnry pledgea tt got
down to sotIoiih work early in the ae
top nii'l kOOt at It aid tinu avoid
tko ooogootloa of bootoooo wltaooooa
diirinu tkO eloalliK botira of prevloiih
aeaaiona. Tin early ami dlllRent at
n to bOOlaoOO) luiwi ver. line to
Home extent been offaot by tho large
volume ot iMiaineaa ami poor work on
the part of aomo of the commit teca.
ooooMltntlng referrliiK book to th
many bills.
Willi the loRlalntlvo acaalon boll
throiiKb, the tin lain ra of both In
aa find tOOOOMtVM farther along In
their work Hi. ii hOO Ottfkod any tire
vIoiih BOOBlon, It la aald The amount
of routine oorh Bpoobiprlokod la onor
llioua. debplle (rOOOOOl tOOOpy debalea
owr tin pa in Inlh-
Until 1mm . ha.c a';tcil tO tOTbl
the lotroduoUoo of bills after the
a il.iy of the a alou. except
upon consent of threi tourtkl of th
hinlv In which a lull is ottered.
The closi l 1 1 e third week of th" '
Bestlon find. 4- senate bllh. pan
the senate and 6U house hill. li
by the house, with II hills that hm
pooo thfoofk both booooi gfpjtoood
by the OJOVOnor. So fur there ha
hi en no .
In the house the total number ol
bills presented Is 4.1:1. where two In v.
I . . i, rOtOd down. U have been with
drawn and 18 Indefinitely postponed,
in addition to the f that have passed.
In the senate 10 bills have been de
i on roll call, eight hava boon
awn. 1 indefinitely postponed.
i.i..! I p i. . I. oil ot M h troilic d
No Bills Crry Emergency Clause
: in ' hills curry an enter
al d will not b
laws until 90 daya alter the adjourn
III. al Of tkO pOOlfllnM MMn.l.l.
COUNTYyCOURT HOLDS
A VhsKi JtiUiSi tSJba&lUiS
jviatters of Importance to Malheur County Determined--
Bonds Accepted and Tax
Viewers
In the mutter ol levying special ttr
for tho cities of Vale, Ontario,
and Jordan Valley, the following tux.-i
made by the town ami approved by
the court:
Towi) Mi-
cjtv of vale
rnt v 0f Ontorio
City of Nysaa
City of Jordan Valley
u.u
In the matter of levying taxc. i i
general fund of the county, state food
. . f . ener-, ,...hoo funfi
Mml coUlUy 8Chool library fund. 1 1
followmg levies were made by tbi
court for the year ISIS:
Fund.
Ullla,
General county fund 7.2
County schoo! fund I.S
State fund B.I
Library fund Oil
Total.... ,...10.0
u0ii -,.aA i., i ii
In the matter of the .
two road . tor Malheur count.,
- " - - .-
S. K. Copt-land and F.
M. Vines ap-
pointed
I" the matter of the selection of the
OM ounty Paper for the year 1,13,
" "uv"1"
In the matter of the appointment oi
school truant otlicer for Malheur county,
fl 6 u,..h nf limiHisi innumtsl
AR
APPROVED
Probably tkO DtOOt Important bill ho
far a. tkot bolloklBf the office
f It
r 'umo Import la one
pmv nlltiK that a wife deaerter who la
convicted ahnll be compelled to work
on tin OOOOty lOOdfl for tkO time fur
lie hue I ti I. and that
the OOOOty Khali pay hla family tl a
day for each mi h day worked.
A rropriatlona Hava Light Week
ropriotioo rOfOJOOti mnde during
tin- i! Of the legislative r,
alou i total of $647,416, by
r the llgbti i vrooh BO far. Thla
briDJ tho tot 'I of roqitcHtH up to 14.-
, not a ft BOfOJ approprla
in hi hni ... a in Bjgkt Thla maket It
oortdlu that tin- amount of the re-
qOOOta will go well up to the $3,000,-
hi n
Tbi 'ii b ii the atory aa to
may expect In
i to appropriations. It should
i ml !. Ill tills regard, that
appropriation mcasuros are du
I iti- .mil house and lh.it
bills lutondod to aoalol in i
tylim the atnte I vlll he killed.
The on Ini t. In any event, must be
,.t Dm lust soaaiou
,.ti tbi lfl trbloh akOOld
be e-.e qi ad lfl inletpiatelj inhcrillnjj
tho Orogon tt tko Pooo
,.. isitioii mil at Uio San
0 ... '.i I
I i or h. Hiding and
it on State Printer la Started.
The i atato priotof fight has
me Only ths
ii out. In. i that
it . , . i . . Indtoob d h th.-
appein ikroo bUkv Iojo ot tkooi
Identic. ii, . two diametrically
oposed to the third. One, Introduced
by bbott, is to repeal the flat aalary
law of 1H which la due to become
Cm. in. n. d Ml he t page
Levies Made Road
ppointed
1 the matter of tho official bo
. fi, ISIS,
same wi rod aa lollows:
John P I a nut clerk
D. H. I
J. Ra!ph Weaver , BOOOty I a-uiei.
L. E. Hilt, Boooooor,
James V. Miller, county surveyor.
K I ). I'm ner.
A B. Macphersou, i
UMKleilt.
J. J It ,. ! -11, justice of the peace
far HfOOO dlatrlet.
Marry Uuiler, constsoie lor wysaa
aisiriei.
Z (J. Wii-oti, jootioo ol th. poooo lor
Vale district.
John F. Jl.llv. j .slice of the OOOOi
for B'K BflOd oi-t.i.'t.
Lee MOOOSSOI for Ontar.
met.
G. I.. King, jnptice
Ontario district.
. ,
of the pea e for
OgO P. FriOOO. UCO ol the BOM
lor junction precinct.
....-.... . . m . . I
K. U. Wilkeison, justice ol me jieace
for Summit prerim t
D. T. liree.ilove, justice of the peace
I for Browan district.
In the matter of the resignation of
W. G. T.iomas as justice of the peace
for fcnake Kiver precinct, resignation
accepted.
Continued on oage 5
CHARTER AMENDMENT ELEC
TION WILL OCCUR FRIDAY
The election to enable the council
to iMooiM the bonded lodebtedne.a
I !l... ..11.. .. . I I I... I... I.I L'. I.I ... I-
... vno uny win iu nviu riinnj, A ill ll
out and v.iteeo the OOOBOll will know
how you fed iboot the proposition.
WEELS-FARGO PEOPLE BUY
TWO CAR LOADS OE HORSES
U Stewart, of San l-'i aiiel-ro. who
Iiiim the enntiact to f urn lull the We I In
kVtflO POOpIO with hoima purcliHucd
n cniiplo of car loodi OOt Ikl
The demand it for the boOftM nornt,
Init he fiurohatrd some of mcilium
wciMht.
WK. C. EUSTIS
X
y
Willl.m C. Euttis. chairman of the
committee in OhflfgO of the ceremon
ies to Inaugurate Woodrow Wilson
Pretlctent.
POSTOfflCE RECEIPTS SHOW
COOD INCREASE OVER 1912
'III.- postofih-c 1 1 i-i-l i i fr.r ,1 a unary
show a nice increase OOOI tin MOM
miiiith last yeai and the Lgat QOOltOI
n. m-minu ...,. .......
, that Hie OOOl i gfow ,
lug In a healthy. obotOOttol "
ANNUAL LIBRARY BALL WILL
OCCUR NEXT TUESDAY NICHE
The Iii i. it f I. .11 th annual
root U at in looi.i i for VOI I I
much Ifltaroti win iiu bold ii. nut
ire hall lu tho WIIOOO bolMifll H
ruooooT. r. iitit.iv li Tlohots aro
,n nil- ni ' bt drug tt. I
TAX IS LEVIED BY COUNCIL
FOR PUBLIC LIBRARY HERE
At the i ".ii I ling Monday
mgbl OB ordnance AOOOOOtOd iiovid
in- lor a one mill tax to aupi it a
library boro uotll NOh UoM a the
sum lal-t: I uuioiiuts to 1 500 tkOA the
kuiplus to go to tin. -.- .eial fuliq.
Cornegl I
" '
to I, pn.tiuuu n,r maintenance .., , . ;
thl, ll0WdlJ, vn.nl. i
he m. nc than
,.,, I., for II... Sill IICll I oil. Ill, u eon.
- n .Mtsd. OokOfk. need I good
bulldlug to bouse the llhi.u v and the
',
i
I. ... ...I... m st m
..ddititou of a builldug would stitnu
late the lutorOOt lfl the lilnuiy mini -
. meut.
COUNCIL HOLDS ITS
REGULAR SESSION
Monday Nijrht--Ju(' ,n and
I "
Clerks Appointe ! For
Special EIc tion
The rogolot monthlr aeimion of tbo
city council wat held Monday eTen
ItiK. The I. A I'). liakerv applied for
permit to erect a concrete hulls) lug In
the rear Of their hakery.
The usual liiino In i use- were lt-
fliieil
The city ctlhi - nni.lc their repnrta.
, rooolotloo wan rood doolortflf the
lOtOfltlOO oT the lOiin-ll to huilil 14
I." t concrete aldOOOlkl 00 OOflt tld
oT ,Mam tlrict fnun the corner of
Washiuuton south to Uolorado and
Match .1 was set as date of ptei.cn ting
ruic mhI ranees.
It was ordered that Morton utreet
he i ii ti, veil botWOOB Iowa and Wash
tflgtOO Hvetiuea.
.u OtdJlOODOH was OOOOOd cteatiugn
IlkffOry fund and providing for Itfl
mainteiianee
II. OttOO juilgenand clerk were ap
pointed as folio WO i judjcs. , M.
Lack. v. W. J. PlOOOJ and .1 l
Sleutier: olerks. ('. M. Stearns and L.
.1. Chapman.
('I'lincilman I'Vaser suggested an In
sped ion Of the electric wiring
throughout the city aud the elty at
t.irney was insti ucti-.l to gel cnpleo
or nrdliuiin N.iiii" such niattura.
It wus or. hi I Unit where a tsain la
aoiployod to ret tko boot tmob too
tire thm th driver he paid 00 OO for
1 such s"ei lee.
STEEL IS LAID HALE
WAY TO HOMEDALE
Much New Territory to bo
Opened For Ontario
Merchants
I I , .ml Is being put doOfl on the
I,.,,. I t N i to I! vei y
hull laid aud
will soon i -ii :i " '" ,'"'
Inn, i w ,11 I . pin I i ork
lag tin- ti k gad i In : It In
S l. '
tbi I limn .lotihiii V II to
Of suV..ll
I BOt I I bO 1. in -I. 1 '
.. i ho
i ivec It tbould ' Bl
ri boat i to mu l"'
pries no uoo Jordsi Volloy l--
I till will open ne I . V for
hants whtcl old
not bo in. il 'alluy
i i i :. U BUU I iiiiiiiianiis a
Wolth going slier I h. mail
i ii. g hulll . ' al
! changing eondll ft u'" ago
i.li thai tradt to "uia-
ilo. thi-u the la.ii .i.i was n ei ' I to
Vale ,ii. I 1 1 . iradi OBO spin
gOO tied 'he lea I I -
'the trade will again oomo OD Qfll rlO
li t hi ii. - . hunts win.
to go alt- i it.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TO
GIVE THEIR ANNUAL DINNER
ihe blgti school girls will give their
auijiu.l -linuur on Saturday ii.'in . to
H p. iii. iii ttie ro.iin wi it if the M.
M uoiupauy gtOTO, formerly occiipioi
Bf tOO Annex OAIO A lOOl coorao
llnner for 5U Cents is wti i the
pupils will hu.. I, . rou.
Alii expect you.
The guU
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