ONTARIO' The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of EASTERN OREGON (fhttai ftt-otto The Ontario Argus leads in Prest ijre, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow m The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario ea?h year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVI ONTARIO. OREGON, THVRSDAY. AUGUST 28. 1913. Jf NO. 35 BANKERS WOULD UNIT APPOINTIVE POWER And Suggest Many Other Changes in Currency Bill Before Congress STRONG RESOLUTIONS PASSED Chlcngo. Banker from all parts of the country at the end of a two days' conference .ere agreed on a number of Important amendment to the Owen Qlass currency bill now pending In congress and appointed a committee of seven to go to Washington and en deuvor to have the changes Incorpor ated In the measure. The committee, named by A. Hnrton Hepburn of Now York, chairman of the currency committee of the Ameri can Hunkers' association and chairman of the conference, will Journey to Washington to aak amendments to the present hill, the most Importnnt of which are these: Taking from the president the pow er of appointing all seven of the mem bers of the federal reserve board, which will dominate the currency sit uation and substituting a provision that three of the seven members shall be appointed by the president; three be named by the directors of the pro posed federal reserve banks and that the seventh shall be the secretary of the treasury, who shall be a member ex-offlclo. Creating one great central bank, In stead of the 12 regional reserve bnnks provided for In the Owen Glass bill; or If this be npt obtainable, creating as few as possible and not more than fire. TWENTYCARLOADS OF CLOVER SEED SHIPPED FROM PARMA There will be twenty carloads of clover seed shipped from Parma this year. This 6 J, 000 pounds or seed at 13 centa a pound will bring a nice Income to the farmers of that section Tbe clover seed yield tbls year it runniug from 5 to 11 bushels per acre. A bushel of clover seed welntis 00 pounds so the yield ruqs from 300 to OfiO pounds per aore. The aver age yield therefore, Is about eight bushels, or 480 pouuds per acre, and will return to tbe grower from 50 to GO per aore according to the quality and price paid for It. Among tbe successful clover seed growers may be mentioned C. II. Allen. M acres; Ham Tuning, 8r acres; Lee Haldrldge, Hi "acres; (Isorga Oberdorf. 20 acres; r L. D inkers.. n. 15 aorcs; Fred Kdroundson, 20 acres; Hen Host, 20 acres. PRESIDENT ADVISES AMERICANS TO LEAVE MEXICO Every Suggestion of this Govrenment Rejected by Huerta Regime. , President Wilson Reads Message to Congress and Makes Public All Correspondence Between Mexico And the United States. MARTIN H. GLYNN DEMOCRATS NAME M'GALL FOR MAYOR New York. Kdwurd E. McCall. chairman of the public service com mission, was designated as mayoralty candidate by the Democratic city com mit tea. Mr. McCall'a selection by the 630 delegates as leader of the Tammany forcea waa unanimous, as has been forecast since It appeared from an nouncements that the Tammany lead era had decided not to renominate Mayor Qaynor and that he would be nominated by the "Uaynor league" with a complete independent city tick et of ita own. Mayor Oaynor'a determination to run for re-election aa an Independent guaranteea one of the liveliest munic ipal campaigna New York has seen In aevaral years. There will lie three tickets In the field Democratic. Ku- slon and Independent. The Puslonlsts. who include Repub lican. Progressives, Independence league and some Independent Demo Mill, have selected John Purroy Mitchell. II KV After ddayinR for several days, in hope that Mexico would decide to take more favorable action in regard to peace sujrjrestions made by this Rovernment. President Wilson went before Congress Wednesday and revealed the policy of the adminstration in an at tempt to brinK about the termination of hostilities in that country. Although still persisting that the policy of this government would be one of non-interfeiviKv. yet he realized that the situation is becoming critical and made an appeal for all Amercan citiznis to leave Mexico at once. FORMER ONTARIO ROY CAP TURES HOLDUP IN SALTLAKE Allen Cortrlght, a former Ontario high school football star, waa the hero of the hour when with a brilliant dying tinkle he captured Arthur llru ver. who is now in the city jail In Salt Lake charged with holding up Harry Mannla, a Ureek confectioner. early Saturday morning. Cortrlght, now a hotel clerk, In Salt Lake, heard a cry Of ' 'stop thief. " He saw a man running and gave chase. A leaping tackle brought the fugitive to the ground. (Irtiver begged "for Uod'asake, pal, let me go," but was '.'I.I for the police and confessed at the station. He said it was his first job and said he threw the gun away In (light. It was later found. I (Iruver's companion In tbe holdup escaped with tbe money. "Flying Isrkleaare not burred" said Cortrlght. sol went after him." Hoth kcic bruis ed In : I..' fall. PONY" HELD UP FOR A A FEMES There Was No Harm Done She Simply Wanted to Go to Vale WAS ONLY A SLIGHT MISTAKE Martin H. Glynn, Lieutenant Gover nor of New York, who claims the right to act as nevernor, owing te Impeach ment pi edingt agalnat Governor Suiter. ANXIETY FELT IN MEXICO wlft Break Predicted If Congreea De bates President's Statement. Mexico City The keenest anxiety was manifested in the capital aa to what will be the development of the undertaking of the lulled Statea go eriimeut in Mexico's internal affairs. Mexico's attitude Is one of waiting, while the people resident here, both native and foreign, are displaying deep apprehension. Rumors are that Huerta la still con sldering reslgulug in favor of General Trevlno, but there is no sound basis for tbls assertion. The public opinion is expressed here that there will be a awlft culmination of all peaceable re lations If congress la given an oppor tunity for free debate on President Wilson's statement of that facta in the MRS. J. 6. DOSSEY DIES EROM NERVOUSPROSTRATION Mrs. Ida Dosser, wife of J. K. Dossey. died August 27. l!H'l. from a nervous urekdown after an operatlou for appendicitis and an abceaa. Mrs. Doesey was horu in Jobnaou oounty. Arkansas Jautiarr 5. 1HH3. Deceased leaves a husband and two small boya, bar father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Manager, twu brothers nod two sisters who reatde bare a slater in Iowa and one la Okie homa. The funeral waa held this afternoon from the family residence in Kivet sisde addition, Rev. iavdeuu having charge of the eervicee. lutermeut was made in tbe Ontario cemetery The message makes It plain that there will be no lifting of the em bargo on arma; that no faction or K"' rninenl In Mexico will be allowed I" r reive munitions .r wnr from th United States. If necessary the pres ident proposes to Increase (he Ameri can border pal ml to enforce this policy. It Is a message of friendship, not hostility, and precedes a policy of abaolute non-lnterferonce. It pro claim to the world tbe aympathetlc feeling that the United Statea govern ment and the American people have for their neighbors In the rebellion torn republic aoutb of the Itlo Crande. It recorda the views of th United Stales on constitutional gov ernment, its unalterable opposition to government set up by the Irregular and arbitrary acta of ambitious Indl vlduals und formally announces that the government of Vlctorlano Huerta shall not be recognised. The United Statea' had propoaed that a constitutional election be held and that Huerta should not be a can didate. To these suggestions, through which the United States believes CLEARS $1500 IN A YEAR FROM ONE ACRE OF LAND There are Dot many men who can make 11.100 from an aore of land and there is not many acres that can be made to yield that amuunt under any oonditlon. Home eighteen montha ago a dapa oese bay waa working here f r 130 a in. .nth he made a mlatake and got fired. He was a good worker. in.,i some money saved up and took a lease on piece of ground, just a little over n acre. He planted tbls to celery, kept an accurate aooount aud his books show that be actually made 1500 from that acre of oelery. He cau tell you how many plants be raised ami what be received for tbnm aud also what be expended to raise the crop. Celery requires special soil and conditiona and there are few plaeea lu which It can he nmu n i i-..h.i i- but It I. p.oduoed in ...auv tl.1.1. l"""- Wh W" """ MAURY I. DIGGS 4M0 J -ft v m, l , swaV i;' Maury I. Dlggs, one of the defsng ants In the famous California white peace could be restored. Huerta re- I In a way and of a kind. There is' piled In (he negative. Foreign gov ernments generally since that rejec tion have been active In support of the Vinerican pulley to persuade Huerta to yield. not alooal market for mauy to eugage , Oil 7fR RPPPIVEC in tbe raising of celery, but there si,. 0ULa.Lll II CO LI I LO mauy otber things that will yield well if cultivated with tbe same care aud thought. BROOM CORN MAKES COOD YIELD IN EMMETT DISTRICT Hroom eorn was very sucoeaafully grown tbia year without irrigation In tbe Black Canyon district about aeven miles yorth of Xotua. by Albert Dray aud Mr. Dooliltle. wbu. to geber, bad in about 15 acres. Tbe straw in tbia corn ia pronounced extra flue m quality. Tbe crop irocu tbia 15 acrea will probably be aold In Boise. It Is believed the severe drouth in the middle west, cauelug the deatruotlon of millions of dollars worth of coao, including much broom MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR ONLY TWO WEEKS OEE Good Crops Insure Great Agricultural Exhibits-Thousands of Dollars to be Given in Prizes and Premiums --A Splendid Racing Program Arranged and Numer ous Other High Class Features Which will Make the Fair the Greatest Ever Held in Eastern Oregon. UP-STATE SUPPORT H is only a little over two weeka before tbe Malheur oounty fair will open with the largest aud beat dia- play ever gathered lu auy oounty. Tbe crope have been unusually good tbls year and mure farmers are taking an iutereat and gathering exhibit than ever before ao that every Inch of tbe tig i .million la going to be orowdeel and exhibitors should get their pro lu. ts at tbe building early and avid as much of tbe rush aa possible. Tbe race program has been arranged, providing for harness aud saddle rac: each day, with motor cycles, wild male raees, wild borae raoee. roping offered by tbe teachers from the Cor vallia Agricultural college. Tbeae will be presented m tbe luoruinge and eveuiugs and not interfere with the amusements. Bring in tba boys aud girls anil let them use how tbe professor judge stock aud determine tbe guod oow from tbe poor one. it will be worth dollars to thsm Tbls feature is arranged for tbe farmers, fruit growers, gardeuers. dairymeo, bore men aud .hickm men aud it is up to then, to take advantage of It. All thoae baring rooiue to rent should list them with Seroretry (irauel. at the city ball. Special trail's will run from Boise Albany, N. Y. (lovemor Rulier showed Interest In the report from the assembly districts throughout the state, Indicating that many of (he up slate assembly men who had opposed his direct primary bill or had voted for Impeachment were being refused designation by their parly committees. The governor declined to comment on any of the changes being wrought lu the personnel of the assembly, but seemed to lake It for granted that pub lie acntlmeut was strongly In his fav or. The most significant rtiuuges lu the designations for (he assembly Is con Hldereil the turndown of Assembly man T. K Smith for BllOthwf term by Kranils A. Hendricks, the tinoiidaga county Republican leader. Smith was one of the seven Kepuhllean members who voted to Impeach (inventor Sul ser and Is now serving bis third term from a strong Id-publlcan dlalrlct. There was a pathetic scene at the liciioi Saturday morning when (he west bouud pony pulled out. The train crew were hurryiug with the baggage and express atfer helping on all the passengers In sight, wben a lady, ac ci'inpanleil by a herd of ynuiigMtcm, sauntered up to the depot and leisurely went to look for hand hnggago, while the youngsters had to he beided any (mm the trucks of the train. 'I he train started up and then the unman comiuenced to ware her arms anil scream, while the children joined in tbe chorus, all trying to gat on the morlng train. Tbe train was stopped the children herded on, when tbe woman dlcors,J n IMket was miss ing mid messenger hurried away to l"ok up the stray, meanwhile (he train and all the pasxeiigtti' weie kept wall lug. Finally the basket was brought onl and (he woman stalled to get m, the train wl the luakcman asked her where she wished to go. No one hut the liiakeman beard the reply and be did not say anything, hedldu't dare, but il... expression on his face aa ha olampered up the steps aud got the youngsters and haby buggy olf and gave the algoal to start waa enough. Tbe woman then leisurely walked MM to the Vale train and got aboard. ' FRUIT PACKING HOUSES OPEN UP FOR SEASON The fruit packing houses of . A. Janobeen. Nick Urolfersou. Denny (.'. ami tbe Idaho Oregon Distribu tors have nil started operation, ibis week on the pang of prmIB- 'jn 'Piallty of tbe prune crop in the I'ay. ette valley is exceptionally good ibis jeer and good price. ic expeoed. Tbe Mrat ear of cantaloupes ana hipped out Thursday signifying the opening f the cantaloupe season in earnest. It is estimated that from two to three wire will go out daily until the seasuu 'loses. MAYOR CENSORS GOWNS ecu tests. Luckiug r.utests and ihe corn, mav cause an ciinc In ii.ul....... i... . . .. .. j. ,.,.- ?-- v .u,. uu, .u.iuigs'iin uy me . Thursday aud from Urogau Wedue. price of broom com. cuwbove. Tbls hut - - ---- - ..., K euue$ ... . uuuwl . limi UU(J rriaay tbe management of Uaker Ball and be Four bauds have been eagaged to is out now arranging for the last lot furnish the music. of horses end etc rs for tbeae eveofa. me tiorc men rt this sectiou have been workieg With tbe fair manage ulser'e Enemies Now Under Firs. New fori The Indictment of Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tain many Hull, Anion J. Levy, leader of the Democratic majority lu (he ns nembly. and J.iiiieu Krawley, rliulr man of the commltten which lnestl galed (ioverrmr Hulier's campaign contributions, has heeu requested of EASTERN ORECON PIONEER DIES SUNDAY AT PRINEVIllE Mary Hintoo, relict of the late H. D. ilinton. who died in l:i'io, died lu PrliievllU, August 'it. aged 70 jeara Mrs. ilinton was born lu Arkausus, 'lossed the pUins lu Hfi.l, settling at Kugeue and moved to esslein (Ij.gou lu lift, Her husband was a halt l...lhe. f W. W. Hlutou. of this place. There are eight children liv ing and (wo .l.si.l. Mrs. Kohert Udell Is (he only one living near hen. mrs. ilinton was siek for a long lluieaml her deal hw noi un.p,ti-.. The burial took pis. em 1'rim ville Monday. Mrs. ui.li baa been lu I'rlueville some time doing what she . mild i make tin last bonis of h. i mother plearaut. AN ENTERPRISING YOUTH. The papers he. I a gucd deal lo say the dUtrut iMonieys of New York I Mt "'Uli '""" several boys wbu It is estimated that tbe crop of broom corn on theee 15 acres will M about four tooa. It ia aald now to be worth from 1175 to It00 pei ton. si. idnlng to .piallty. Broom corn Albes Says baa brought dto per ton According . mem bj eelet-'mg the worst bucksrs to theee figures Mesrsa. (iray end aud w ilde.t haawaa saa Ike eu.... .., ays "Late Models Find Favor ' Dooittle should get sometbiug like! will bare th. ai bai to try the mettle in th. Unde.vorld." M for their 15 acres of broom I of ti, rid . laaj of them Z Portland Keplying to a letter from a young worn ..a who requested that he help her thooae her fall gowns, to insure against purchase of any that wouid violate bis "X ray " proscription. Mayor Albe open reply de bts order to the police to ai frs of lumo !" r corn m wnicb case their return would be egual to aometniog over 50 per acre, which aouid be ex celleut for dry land farming. in are willing lo li.i that the riders will pull leather or go in tbe air. Tbe pec i ! should not overlook tbe educational feature thut will be Ranks of Voters May bs Doubled Salem Thai the enfranchisement of women may be double the total reg islralton In Oregon is the belief of the men alio have made s , ludy of regit and Alhan. coiii,tic hy l.ynn J. Ar nold, of .WU.ui,. an ardent Sulxer sup porter. bid saved and wisely luvested their MM, lieiecjau Owyhee boy. Willie aVaMawler. twelve year old son of Mr. Hid Mi. (mis K.iweiei. who may also l, cited as a shining example of thrift and industry. He he from bis personal earnings .ml for a re train. ii figures In Sh r-ir of Stat.- I Ohotl's off.. .on. I.i.ious are ceedings If 1M MWMM 0i Ika baaed on reports i I registrations from wer ""' ' " "'"l U,w "l1 n" oul'1 Merve a term In Jsii l.rroru tie would Refuses to Whip Man Klamath I alls Sheriff t'hartea Low del. sr cl that be would refuse to administer a whipping to William i Khrtered Jersey beifei. coifing 1'ew, who -h ronvlcted of wife beat '""" "" ""led .M, wart deny herd of kjg hefore Justice If Cuwai and '""' '""y, Oitcgm, ,iU pur aenteuced to II lashes 1'pon being cha.ed . regl.t. red Jrtt bull, fjetfl ti.fortne.l "' 1'i.tne Oowen hag ,"t""g I .0. f root a line herd near threa'eiied to liistluit- I -oiiiempt pro Honhnrl. Hr.gin ppsjg of .,k ,,i I high priced arlslorcrauy of Jereeydou the various counties from June I to August 15. use (he lash on few i .. i . ... ne it now .st mg in uii'iikii- more legisteitil -to. k. Ileside ti.e.e en nn .1 lie has a mare aud c. It an I he take, care of bis property s.s Jouraal.