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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1913)
PRIZES COME WHEN YOU HAVE
V. W. Marsden Makes a Gain of 42,000
Votes and Wins Weekly Prize.
It has coino to n point whore
the conleptantfl are settled down
to the work of securing and
turning in suhscriptions. The
time for talk and conjecture is
passed. Kithor you are in to
win or you aro lagging. If the
latter is the case the outcome f
such a candidate should he plain
to you. Nothing succeeds like I
success mid to he successful you
matt ut the siniie time ho per
sistent and confident in what
von undertake. The feeling
tlmt yon an win if you wish
will do much to help you m
your work. A person with mi)
I i ot confidence can iiccoin.
i h whale er he Ot ibt U I '
As an example ti.e itory is told
of the man who declared that lie
would wilder a large ram againe!
i -niallir one bjf another, that
le could pans through the office
if a downtown building with a
petition and induce six men out
of every ten to sign it just hv
the assurance he would exhihil
as he entered. 'The wilder was
miolc and the petition heater
went through the ollice When
he emerged he showed the wait
ing Crowd the names of twenty
men out of twenty-seven, who
iiad signed the petition to
have themselves hung for not
looking more closelv at the do
Ullielit il selltcd. While till'
Mustrates the tendency Ol the
lOOpli to he sllishod in noting
etitionx and what thev call for.
. . , .
..( talc likewise is a good ex-1
i mpM of what 000001 in mi the
ii.m of the neisou who an-
I i In Mm will call forth.
Thin Willi conlidenc' sei . - to
ntuki UnancUl iubbimm out el
in. o a In -tart in life with noth-
ingioHi than a jiickkuife ami ,
mi npplecnre Have co.il.dei.ee
in your-It on have the last
proposition any man could oh- j
tain when VOU talk tin Aim""'
ii.. tiii STANU
Mrs. Winnie isdom I 1,1 18
m, II i;..cr 360,448
I Winston 11,880
Th.iric 111 icksOO II ;"
Mabel BUnton IT.''i'
l 'red Ruttler I, "
II M. l.t '.'. in
l; .. McAnnlok 2,110
V Marsden -' I
Willi. .. Ill Cum x 8,750
M.s II ' Uitworth 10,857
Klla Broauan 20,480
V V. Hicko 2,000
Mi- Joe 8taplee JI.050
Mn A iiotncinian 18,015
Mr. I. I r.v ,375
Mi- John w eaver 6,815
Kth.l M. Nulls
I A Koslmick
II . Hoop
I l l me,
l i - u iiiih. Mi utter
Maude W.dt. i -
,". 1 1 v",
I .i iue Siniih
II I Keeter
l I Maueker I
i rauk I '". in. in
Grew hen Hailej 08,71 1
Mn i v Ho
Nettie I'. i. reon i ,0UI
Mi- 8t. uei Is
Maggie M '
Mrs Harry Williams
Frank Van I'etten
Mrs. (). 0. Olson
I Gertrude Founds
A. 0. Maneman
Mr .1. I Houston
Mis I. t.
Miss Anna RobtfttOII
T. K Neilaoo
Ahlula ( Iregory
M Alice Williams
John !' Fisher
Notice ) MVatf given that on
riiiirmiHy, Anmt it, leit, tfeeeHf
iiuiisIihI ot l In Ottf af Ontario, took
up and I hum hi ii. tt-il two Morrnl marcs.
"'"". '" "h "cavy .. die mark
"(IB lit tllH Willi HJIIIHM III .Mil Hi,, ,,L.,.
... .... . .
ut years. Htnii in roe. ui'ik'iii iImui
ItOOpomile, linii.il.il Ton tuft hoii.
... ,, , . , ..
Ml Hi "till I ill, III II I ,.r of Mgi ,
aateM ebaol ItOf m4 branded 0 m
,l" -"l'" "'"I that ijiiIhmi thnnwuci
'""-';'" aliwlnali mi m
an. I claim the mini, paving tin fees
,.,I,., ttir.r..i fej ONIaaeaaa He
IM of the t'.tv nf Ontario, within tin
''" fr""' j ;-' puMlM
Hon of Mil tint let. Hi.- , , u H, ,,
, ,,, -t mb,o .,
hlgueat bidder 1 1 im i auluutl
mmy '" 0,",IU,I, H",, M tiled el Ike
Mi. a. in nmry h
., Dateilt Iiim ltd day ot Auuiut. A.
KoU'it (hlell. Cilv Marshal
Crawford Qoa to Bjndon
H llelll. Ol MlollK v llenel.il l'l.i
foul ueut lo llaiiilolt where he Mill
m.iixo an luveslixatUni. mi the lope
ol .;.i.. in hi WeM, ol Ihe di'potl.ilioii
ni in ii. ol, ' K l.'.uh. Socuillal adl
lor. ho i . .1 . ,1. (ajulBg the
in. 1 1, .hi fhiit in liii- paper. Ji.
ihe aovonuN has dMlausled the Bea
who ilipolle.l llle MlltOff US H 'moll
mid laya .' fhtrlM be punish, a aj
hiich Mi i i iw loi.l will report the
result of Ills liuenlialUiu lo the au
thorities of the totilit) Willi Mine
lions regardlliK 'he proposed prose.u
Onijiu Hj. 200.000 Fire.
Omaha el A loss of ;'iitl,iiiu and
lime flreiuon Injured was Ihe result
ol lire aeai Um hoart el the be
dbUrtet, whl.h thleateueil for a llmu
a whole h ilock. The fire was
Ihe leMill ot spontaneous coin Inul Ion
in Ihe rear of lliirties (ii amleu com
p.in. an elctrhal ami ;is fixture
house h.lweeu fifteen ami S:lcei:ih.
ol, H,,w. ,,l stieel
Prayer For Relief From Hat.
Chit ,,. is w, !. oflercvl gen
ei u in the hurcli' of K'oisas. m
: i .i ami Oklahoma Sun
,i u i from Ihe deadly tleiic
' ,i rh elte. is of Ihe hard sunt
i ill hi Ml n'ti afti r the i
lorn,- tor llmiisaiul of i.iriuera have
i . ortppii i hi i of aveee
and llveatovk, lh latter being rush .1
lo u: oket rwaari ai ooa4IUea bo
oauae of lack of water.
Brief News of the Week
The TTtah County Infirmary, thrnn
mile tpom Proro, Utah, waa entirely
destroyed by fire.
A conference of the bankera of the
country to discus the proposed cur
rency bill waa called at the Hotel La
Salle, Chicago, Auguat II.
The Oerman government decided to
refuae to participate In the Panama
Paclflc Exposition In San rranclaoo la
A meeting conducted by the Indua
trlal workera of the World at Mlnot,
N. I), waa followed by rlota In which
several persons were wounded.
Fire thousand peraona are reported
to have been killed In the fighting that
la going on In Canton and ite environ
iiii-mim between government forcea and
A trade Involving more than 11.000.
000 haa been cloaed In North DakoU
real estate by which two big bonania
farms will be cut up Into amall tracta.
The farina aggregate 15,360 acrea. and
will be occupied by about 100 famtllea.
s announced from Toklo that the
United State haa Intimated Ita read I
neaa to favor In principle the payment
of an Indemnity to Japaneae aubjecta
affected by the California antl alien
Th" provincial government of Brit
ixli Columbia has in kin over, with en
tire success, the maintenance of order
In tin1 (onl ill. mi. i of Vancouver le
li.inl. where the minera have been on
strike since Muy 1.
The large American colony at Mu
nich lias declared a boycott on .lint
city Wagner musical festival. Slur
ut everything American and crttlclam
of an American prima donna, Mme.
Olive Kremstadt uppeiirlng In the Mu
nlsh Caze.le. arc hhitIIkmI iih the cause
i,f the trouble.
To Induce merchants of Oregon.
WashliiKlon ami Idaho to purchase
their gOOdl from I'.irtlan.l JoMmts ami
RUtBUfnciires In lead .if In the east,
lie ciiuimerclal club luia Kent lnlln
1 1. ma to iImhii LTi.onn merclianta and
buyer! doing IiunIiicss In Hie three
files in cniiie In f hut illy durliiK the
first Week III Septemher
Negotlallnns which have been pend
hiK between the telegraph operator
of the Northern Pacific and the offici
als of (he mad cnncernliiK demands
for hinder waxes ami better working
cuii.litl.itis Mere loljusled satlsfaclor
Peop e in the News
Mr Kinmeline I'linkhiir!, the mili
tant HuffriiKel.ii louder, haa left Kug
laid for Prance.
Ilraud Wllhlock. of Toledo, O. Is
said lo be Mlate.l for a dlplomallc pout,
i( O ItlchardM of Huron. S I), haa
announced his candidacy for the He
publican nomination for governor.
Henry lame Wllaon. the titular am
(is . t . l . to Mexieu, remalua In Wash
Ingtoli, still undecided as to his future
KallhiK In an effort to persuade the
llrl.Uh government to release Chluu
treat her eeMgutlea reeelve any
more opium, Lieutenant (lenernl
Chiiiia haa left l.omlnii to return to
china and report to lie ro lalounl
Mrs .lulla l.orlllnr.l llulterflehl of
New York, widow of Oeneral Mantel
llutlerfleld. has beiueathed I'l.iVUi.oi'O
of her entail- to the Interna. tonal com
inn I, -e of Yoiiiik Men Christian Asao
clatloua BagteOe N Plan three time elected
gowiruor of Mussachusett aa a demo
erul .im I a caudldule for the democrat
It nomination for the presidency last
)ur. has declared himself again a re
Muor tiaynar ha iuert a atate
m, in at New York In criticism of Ihe
actum of I) strict Attorney Whitman
IB i n, I, awning to thwart the police
I'uricw crusade on all night reataur-
John McAlplne. the wealthy lumber
man ot Ihilutb - ,i found Bhot to
deiih in the bg ..-u. in of lo home and
the police ir trying (o d lerunue
aheiUer UUrder was coinuutied.
BOGUS LORD, CONVICT,
SEEKS FULL PARDON
"Lord Harrington" Begins i
Fight For Freedom.
.letter, ii fill. Uu "I "rd' llarrlui;
lUU (IT A H.iillh- I'll Sc lliolll,. who 1
ci, e in Ihe pem
leiiliai lor I lie munlcl of .l.unes I'
M i auu iie.o I In list'.', nas re
uewtal nla effort to reaaiu his liberty
Barriugton waa convicted m St. l.out
county and as seiilHHtg to he
bangtal li i " k commatad Ihe
de.uli cnifii- c to life uuprisoniuent
It n i mcteii's trump 'ttd in the for
mai bearing arlll be Iba uroduotlon 'f
an ailldavil made by Oocil llnllin. I I
waa Holllns of n i ouis. t,
i I1 klaybi . wh
i Itluff foi
fraud, vvaa In
. ,.-, I. ,.,.. I'. M i'-v
of this Famous Make in the
shown at Al6X3IK16r S
We sold more "Ajax" suits to boys in this
community in the past year than all other
dealers sold of all other makes.
The showing this season is larger and more varied
in colorings, while the models are for the most, confin
ed to Norfolks in a variety of designs.
are from yOmuV) TO epUUU 18 years
We are showing "AJAX MAKE" Suits for boys that
are the last word to economical buyers, Made of pure
wool cloth, with two pair of Knickerbocker pants,
full-lined and tailored with same style and in color
ings as the higher priced ones. Our price $5.00
Fitting the boy out tor school time has been simpli
fied as much as 25 years buying experience could
Suits, Blouses, Shoes, Stockings,
In a great variety for every youngster.
One Price Clothier, Ontario, Oregon
Harrington In hi life hl-lory said he
was Isim June 1" bill, at Iturrack
pore, Henna I. Kast In, tin lie claims
''. to o, ..um iiiiiiji, m
( mi.si i uurcil college anil 01 jviuii
hursl Military college llesavs he-iw
Aonrloo In the Brlttah army III Afghan
Istau. Ilunnali and Suilli Africa He
cHiue to Montieal III l-'cl,ru.ir . I'."-.1,
he -..ys, accoiupiiiii.il by a sister, later
ViNiiin- scleral cistern .Hies, aiuoiic
tin-ill Washington where his sister
di.sl suddenly With a letter of Intro
faction lo the world' fair coniinlssloa
era fiwag Sli Michael llerhert. lie .nine
tn St. I nils in November, ItaC
I'lider the belief that Itatringtull was
a titled and wealthy englishman, a
Miss I h-lira n of Kuusas ('It), Kim .
,111:11 tied bllii She left hlin before he
was arreated fur the murder of Mc
('iinii SAYS HE MURDERED GIRL
DeUctive at Work on New Clew In
Abe Cnspell Cass.
Wllkasbarre i'a County Dele nve
Janus Holuiau rciuni.sl iiom llarvc.v '
I lake, where he Iiad been trying to
lentil fioiu the t fiends of M M i i
I'risoel! whether IhOf 'v er had heard
the girl mail I Ion Iba name of ;t suitor
aith Hie lultl.r.s the only slg
pature to a uatal inaiUsl from New
t . . risv!l. In
ahloli tho writar aatd that ho he4 taw
, , ,.w. ,, . , toniHi
tlu ,..,,. w , , , ,,f a Ul.ltl
tt,th ,, , . 0n wmvh
have passisl between Herbert John
and tin girl have been examined and,
while references ale made to a suitor.
no name U mentioned
Pee at j Ueftortlvo JeeMe Mee mMi
Wo "ill thoioiighly Investigate this
card ami will ask the postal authorities
to help lis Mud Ihe writer. At tills Utile
tilt postal would appear to have been
unilen hj a funti.li'. but we are not
taking liny chances
'We gh e some credence to the po-t.il
ie .iu.se we have reasoned nil along
lhal u Jealous rival prolmlily tigurisl in
the case It may develop that the in
111. lis A N ale assumed and that the
slayer of the girl Is really
from a torture! conach .1 i
Did Vuu Fver Wash Clothe
in the old fi.hiontd way with
Periapt that it ttill your
method and ou look forward
i,i n, h wathdj" with delight.
A net of "Standard laundry
iravt would mean an orderly
lauihltv, on of more inviting
jajOnflaVCO and Mgssf launder
ing and your tatitUction would
not le 1c curd bv the high
claw worknanhip which chat
a. trr,ie ''t work wc do.
U. S. Plumbing
I aur a tKl uf
1 1 tirui r uriiUurv i'a
The Amateur Pbotegrapher.
An aiiiateifr phoiogriipher waa show
ing MOUie snap-hots of Italy.
"And tlieav leaning buildluga what
are they'.'" hv wa asked
"They ure some buildings In Plea,"
be replied. "That perfectly straight
one near them la the famoua leaulng
She I was rather disapHitnted In
that gentleman to whom you lutroduc
od me last night. lie-In, leed! How
aoT 8le Why. you spoke of him as a
bridge expert and he turned out to be
nothing but a famous engineer. Bos
& Heating Co.