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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1914)
NEWS OF GENERAL
INTEREST IN IDAHO
Important Occurrences Of The
Past Week From Cities
In Our State
Warehouse Being Built.
Oroflno.r -The farmers' Koachdnle
tompiiny hiiH completed Itc now ware
fcousa here, affording facilities for
kindling 25,000 bunhels of grain. The
Oroflno Grain company la rebuilding
ami enlarging Its wareboii ie When
omplcted ihr. building will f.O feet
Wide by J 60 feet .11 length 11 ml have a
ampacity of 50,000 bushels That the
keli' r prevail! that Mf crops of wheat,
ate and barley will be harvested this
season Ik further evident oil by a
Movement of Hie farmers In Hie vlrln
ttjr of Hie neighboring village of Pwk(
Whe nre planning to put up a ware
Muae at that point In time for houte
til; this year's 1 1 .in crop.
Alcohol in Near Beer.
Coeur d'Alene The Idaho bar was
nloiueil from aOtttBI one or Hie prod
els of the 1'aiihandle Brewing coin
any Known aa "near beer" The In
junction was iiiikIo perpetual and was
granted upon application of Sheriff
Under n supreme court decision of
Idaho any substance used as a bever
age which contains even a trace of
alcohol cannot he lawfully sold In dry
territory. It Is under this decision
that the Injunction la granted and the
Qlrl Saves Own Life.
Twin Falls. Miss Mary llaumgart
nei of this city, waa painfully burned
when gasoline, with which she waa
cleaning clothing In the back yard at
ber home, exploded The fire was
caused by the friction In rubbing the
She hail sufficient presence of mlml
to rush Into UM house and iIiimIi Hour
wr her lolhliig, extltiKUlHhltic the
Li 10 and xavlng her Iffo.
Copper King Company Sues.
U IkioO Hull has bei 11 fll d l' the
Copper Klnc. .Mining comp.iin ngalnM
the Mir .oilhi Popper Milling Coi.ipnn .
tdvsTsli h us application tor pat nl to
the wimi on .11 Fraction lode. The
complaint of the Copper King com
P .111) net out thai the Wl'.con .In l'r.n
Hull hide owrlllpn Its I II IK' Slleak lode
and I hut the overlap contains nppm.i
tli iiel) in.- acres of that claim
PROHIBITION IS ENDORSED
Wets Make Last Bland Dsfore Reso
II, ii e I In- .ml! I i.jii. .1 tm. is came
Sll lite rli us III all Ihr if the Hlnle
Com cumins 111 BOOOaM sSTS, oOasplsta
I) I nitlllg Hie weH 'I hey lldopted
Hie rongrai kind of planks declaring
for OOttStllUtlOQsl and hl.iieunlo pro
lllhlllo lllloligh Ici.lsl.ltUe ell. 11 t
Tin- d m r.illc plnliiirin call tOf
con 1 prohibition! tin- abollah
Hi, -111 1 I 11 '.tie limn; i,l!l
uilnstoio 1 , Mali luperlntend
ent ol plll'll. Illsll IK I lull 1 hi, im -.Ion
ar of ad una I Ion and Use atota msur
ance 1,1:1 er. radical amend
Blent s to 1I1, 11 1 . 1 1 1 i 1 1 law so that
each couutN gels In par cent 1, 1 III,'
tax on automobiles and Hie state
spend tin Pii. nice on public roada;
t ( ,,i .1 u on in minimum a
the sale ol public lin,. in l.n
jjii.mi in.- advocates the repeal of tin
piihin utilities act .ii,, iii bins Ihe pom
Btlaslon; recommends Ilia past gn of
w,i K111111 - coiiiieiis.ilioii act; OPPOMS
lucre. l-llir Ihe lllclll hi I ill lp ot I lie ..il
'i in republican platform contains
IB following pi. inks lUitlfloo rhai
ta He 1 uli .,1 Hie 11. il i,m il 1 iiinuilt
I.-, . 1. 1 ,m rural II .1 la I telil. in
doi 000 stale n.liuiniMi.illon . room
iiniids amendments to Ihe highway
l.iu . pledgee for consolidation of state
tnalltullona; opposes creation ol any
m 00m m Ii 11 declares for tn-
etc 1 e 1 hi 1I1 of ol its hinds' In
il,, 1 -, rompensuilon ' foff work
no n 1 , ,1 of com aali
un.l 1 in the public
ut til 1 1 axti Ion of
; n ,'i.iiu.itiiin land
, S . Ii.in an I
; lie prohibit ion b) '
. 11 Incut ill Ihe .
II 1 11 pi! e a two third!
Iii ih. legl turs and II not
Mali tt ! 1' , llbll "il h 1 hi
Tim prag. repairs plstforai ssolarsa
for prohiliiiinn 111 both form; to
il irsea the puhih uillltlsa commission.
iMildi mas Hie adiiiinisti'.itlon ol r.irey
act piojeith attacks IhS railroads I 'i'
lulorlcloncc til politics and alleged
B.itlsfsclor) BSrvlOS, indoiMs Ihe nil
tutie. 1 1 l.reiidiiin ami recall; do
Clare for 11 condensed legislature.
Two Die in Bovlll Fire.
BonIII .1 Mh ti baler .1 id au 1111
Mauulied ins , were killed In a fire
Which di. tin d a block i.i ihe buol
esa isotlos of iiinili. assslM I los
astiiuated In excess of fli'O.yOO.
MATCH FOR CROWN PR! '
Czar't Daughter Tatlana Being
aidered by Csblnata.
1 're-den. Saxony. King Pre
Augustus of Saxony, through hi
eminent, Is discussing with the
through the cabinet In St Peter
the possibility of an alliance be a
the former's eldest sou, Crown
QsoeaS), who was twenty-one lai
u 11 .. and 1. rand Duchess 'J'atlsr Hal
cr.nr's second daughter, who wa-
enteen this month.
If the official preliminaries are
factory as far aa the statesmi ,n
concerned Prince George will .
Itussln with Mis father to be pre
to the pretty, tall, dark haired
CIIUWN I'UINCB IIKOIIOB OK HAKIM
iliicbeas She has already bnd more
lluiii one stub an offer for her liiiud.
Il Is still believed nl most of the Euro
pean courts Hint Hie Prince of Wales
has he. n very seriously considered 11a
her future busliaml and 1h.1t the sub
Jei 1 Is ailll under consideration by the
KuglMh itinl Itusslan urn ei omenta
It Is needless to say Hi.it these young
men mid maidens me allowed to house
Ilieit inline life partners only alter
Hie most leii.llu ami iletlllled DSgVtl
ll'ins by the ie-ieile go erillnellls
which take up ihe proa and cons of
political lieneilts or eiuluirriissiiieiiis.
as well as lluanclal settleiiiet.ls by the
I rule anil lillde-loolli's fiimlhes. with
ne. es-aiy provisions for Hielt heirs.
BOY, AGED TWELVE,
IS A QUADRUPED
For Ten Years He Has Trav
eled on "All Fours."
BlraglnglMBi a i.i a case i a po
slide revel -loll lo t pe Is th.it of Tie '111
as i iiisiioiig. 11 iio'in-ji'.n uiii i.o
I llailBSf Ala I pug the de. th o; ins
lailiel he w.i- lliiowu op Hie colli-
BiUUltJ and I lo Hie a--m l.ilisl
Charities kg lUnnm-h un I Inn luilicil
In the Jineeile eouil wlih Ii III
11 ni-lei red II III to .1 tend, I IUI pn.v
hi. in I'lle Ilieili. al pi ol. --i.n. Iiele IM
Using Hie DO) Us an anii.ii'i attcgl
ArniNtroug h .s mvet h'srsss
In Sralk elect, lull gUVS Ug "gll tours
lie 1. 1 h -i.'.iii) strung and MB run
aa lit ,'s the irersge bo His twsiy
, 1 si are oorsi illj im med ggej
deenpeil His arms me slightly
Mian normal, pie-uiuatily 11a a
;e-uli ot use in all lour WglMasI It
has glwgJM -eeiued natural loi nun to
wall, dial WSJ
U ii in he was 11 little child Ills moth
el .1 S ' Uis flllllcl III ll llisl IILMIII
hill I not live lorn; and fie bo) h "I
to -liil't for hiinseir Kr luilm ami
he can place In- hinds en the
ground with id biatj Ig a hurtauBlsl
Mwug lie says ti latch ami iieui
I 1 lu'ver get Hied lioiil lonu alU.
III.' ho's uiciilul dexelopinent has
l.ecn slow, hut Hie ih-!elnn who lias
him in chart believes that III six
moot ha ha will ! sbhj to wglh Hk1'
olhei h's lie I- helng ir.illied III
that direction ami has made some
He 1- BT ailually developing
S as well
I'hv-lclans are studvlng (he case
With exivplion il inleie-t In the heller
that valuable anthrouologlcsl iad unsi-
t . .1 1 ln'01 in.ition max Is- obtained tioiu
I 1 ii'ii wars the hoy has trawled
on all fouis and can Wglh for mile
Hi it 11:11 ami aasH u with utissV hgfBj
BEES GET SWEET REVENGE.
Incidentally They Interfere With Traf
fic and Demoralise Business.
I'm. iiiiiatt. O. Sludcnts at St.
mnis college had a Joyous time
aril n the stlriisl up a colony of bees
win 'i had hived on a window of the
iti-ii i,,ii. but the bet's eventually
had iielr revenue by stopping trulnV
and iiisliig h number of shoe fac
lories to suspend oieratlons
When the las's went on the warpath
ihe settled on a street car and drove
11 utorni.iii 1 'iidiiclor and pgassSsfSeS
1 laces of refuge Other bees dew
lulu -hoe f.n toiles and stung Ihe oier
Ulrea au severtdy that iherv was a
,pi, K es.sln- In all the lues anspeud
isl oeralloiiH In one of the busiest dis
til, 1- of the city for hi if au hour
til , A .
aaaaC as 0sbbbbbbbbbbbi
I r Ves 9 '
.m ffl M OUR
MAT) NAL CAPITAL
ev York, 'ennsylvania and
I in Income and
orpo v.tion Excise.
ew York, Pennsyi
paid more than half
' I turned Into the na
Income and corpora
Hie fiscal year Just
lad statement of col
publlc showed that
te-s contributed $37.-
ic paid i ;,r.;:.. 27. 03
ome tax, while the
paid b) indlv idiials
omitr) was $28,:ttiii.
Ire state paid $9,766,
4a,079,81044 paid aa
ly all statea.
miked accond In both
irporotlon taxes. Ita
I i..u:i',.:;nO js and Ita
ne tax collections
:i,176,ntr. L's. Illinois
list, with corporation
to H-ttl.tWift and
iim iiggregatlng fii,
1.11 ncome Tax Dodgers.
vesHgiitlon of Ihe re
mie tax filed by cor-
Ih Idiials has been he
min by agents mid Inspectors working
at Hie direction of I'nmmlseloner Os
borne of the Internal revenue, to as
ceri.ilu the correctness of each pay
no 1.1 Into the treasury.
Fraudulent -uiteinenta In attempts
In mile or de:., it the assessment re
ipilied by the law nre held to be a
misdemeanor and the person or of
ficer of any corporation rendering u
talse return Is liable to a flM not ex
(ceding IL'iiiin or Imprisonment not ex
ceeiiing one year, or both, at the ills
cretion of the court
orriclnls of the treasury declare Ihe
put nit will be relentless and those
caught III the dragnet which Is belli
thrown out will he rcipilred to pay the
idilitional amount of their tax or face
nulls of prosecution.
Borah Continues to Fight Harbor Bill.
'I here Is Iim, hi., diood that the
; lull t being made against the river
ana1 harbor hill In the senate will ac
iiiiiplish its del ci I. (hough It is he
llei ed that llH'Milll cannol go into ef
Hi 1 much before August and may not
me op- 1 i' Ive in, Ml a later dale
S, nator DOfSh, of Idaho. ho la
holding up Un' bill, Intends to hold
Up the cotilerence report later, unless
1 in less grams some of the leglsla
Hon asked b) Hie west As a means
of accomplishing his purpose, he has
offered an amending! Is the bin mi
IhorUlllg a Cm ot t.Mi.eiiu.liuu lo Hie
reclamation fund, and Is demanding
il Ih.ii .1111, iidun nl he accepted In
Ihe senate His contention is 1l.1l the
rlvsf ami bar hot Mil, with fsw eicep
lions, carries no dlrei 1 benellt to tin-
states, where the gowiniuclit Is build
lug ii'iigatioii works.
Colombian Treaty is Likely to Fail.
'Ihe .nl 111 1 11 .-trntinii h) 11 pari) vote
will be able lo set lire a favoiahle ie
post 1 rum ihe loreUn relations BOSS
unltce of the senate on the Hr.WIII
treat with loiombia, hut aaaatsn op
to that dm nun nl assert posi
tlvel) (bill ihe administration will not
1,1 .ihie to luiir ratification by the
sen. tie 1. requires a two thirds vote
lo i.iiif) ami more ill. in a third of Ihe
ISUala are s.ud to be opposed to the
n . 1 i
National Capital Brevities.
Major General Wood former chief
1 ' li'f Ot Ihe I Illicit Stales .1 llll .
1 1.1 e 1 01 lersd in comgiaBd of ths
aa 'in department of the army,
in a word) altercation over the Nh
1 treat) before the foreign rahv
lions comnuiie. Senators limit of
N.'w York and Smith of Michigan
nearly came to blows.
It is said that leaders are hoptSg
Hint a vote 011 Ihe llohson prohibition
amendment 10 the constitution will be
had 1" the house about tusual 1.
The Pelted States baa been ashed
by Consul doners I Phi shirs of fan
ton "liiu.i. In -end aid tor the 1,000,
I people who .lie said to haw heeli
rendered destitute bj the recent floods
in two southern provinces ol china
The house passed Ihe bill repealing
the provision that ativone who was
ill an) WS) SB UM side of the
rebels during the civil war should not
he i hie lor 'he collection Of claims
from i ae gov eminent Claim.- total
ing liM.oeo.ooo win iiuis be revived,
It Is said
I'lesiilelit Wll.-on will fill all a
OsJtClea where nemo,- ue now em
ployed b) oilier negroes, in accord
ance with .1 promise which he made
about the nine oi hhl inauguration
White men will not take the places of
The San IKiminican situation con
(nines to be a piuiler for President
WllaOg He admits having received a
report that ihe iiierican gunboat
Machias bad fired on one of the war
rtsg t actions because the) bad vni
lined an agreement not to bombard
Ihe rebel city.
U. S. OWNS 8.000 ISLANDS.
Thee Support 10,000.000 Persons and
Have $300,000,000 Cornmeree.
Washington According to a report
recently received by the National Geos
Klilphlctll society the Culled MtateS
im'.v owns exactly SJHl Ishimla. sup
porting a population of hmmiiiii The
report further shows thai the com
merce of these Islands exceeds $300.
k ii us ii i or mote thuu that of the
Pnlted States In Hiiy year prior to
18o0. Amerlciin capital Invested In
the Islands aggregates approximately
$400,000,000. mid from them there Is
hipped to the Pulled Statee $100,000,
000 worth of pn.iiii. : every year nnd
tbey take In exchange products of
about P0S)g value
The feiieare of the report Is the de
velopment of I'orto Itlco, Hawaii and
the Aliiskun Mauds. It shows that
when I'orto Itlco came under American
rnle fifteen years ggjg there was bnt
one -cliool building on the island, while
today there are l.'JOO There were
2.YH00 pupils enrolled In the tlpt year
of American administration, now there
nre 17.". 000. Then there wits but ose
good mm! of forty miles: now there
are about l.ono miles Production of
sugar has grown from (k'i.000 tons a
year to OOOuOQO Foreign commerce waa
ibout 090,000.000 a year; uow It Is near
riiiwnll has been extremely proa
perous since It came permanently un
der the American flag In 1000 The
hi" I value of the sttgnr crop mors
than doubled, deposits In banks trebled
and In saving banks quadrupled.
Hawaii's Irrigation system Is the mar
vel of the engineering world, nnd the
qnanflty of stigar produced per acre
far exceed that of any other spot on
"The .Mi I, 'in Islands and mainland."
aays the report, "cost un $7..V)O.O00. an
expenditure that many believed to be
nni ii'i'it.ie vet for many years the
annual value of sealskins nlone ap
proxlmatisl the cost of the entire area.
At present the value of the canned
salmon sent im from Alnskn in (i single
yenr Is twice ns much as IhS entire
LABOR PEACE AID IN
RECORD COAL OUTPUT
Total Anthracits Production
Washington. -In spite of the fact
thai householders pulu more last win
tlr for haul coal in. in tliev li.ive ilulie
for smile lline oltn I. it tlgiiles show that
Sll pieileii- hi. nil- were smashed last
year In Hie pi intuition ut nuthraclte
I al.ew is,, iiiw-imaiiou show there
Were lew el -Hike- ol other llltolTUp
th'ii- to iiiiiiln.' opetalloiis in Hie an
Un. n He legmua Hi. in liters h.ue In ell
fot Mime lime
Tlie pioiliii Hon ici oiiling to ligures
Compiled rest bed Hie remarkable total
Of lliole Hi. ill Ml TiNI.KSI tons If llll
this imild lie loaded ill Ihe same tltue.
ilinl phu isl end to end. Hie cars needed
It bold Hie fuel would -lletcll the ills
tlllne llnlli Snn I i:iinl-co to luillou
Ihe ali-elne ot lalinl troubles 111 the
autbraeilp legion is attributed lo Ihe
lad lh.il the hard run mliieis are uow
working uuUei sa MgreeuMHil wteudlig
mel a period ol f . mi veil's limn Vpl'll
i, rail', ami unit there i- every reason
to liehcw that iniln-tl III pe.ee In the
iltitlil'iicile llelds will colllllllle until
r.ccuuse or the inereasiin: popularity
ol mtllli lal gas and coke Im duiuosile
purposes II Is said that there Is little
probability thai anthracito reel pro-
ducllon w III allow any uiarktsl tucrease
in tin- ttiture.
The Increase In the use of gas and
col.e, II Is estimated, win pioluhly
keep pace with ihe increase ol popu
lation In Hie markets siipplicil of au
Ihr.iclte On the other baud it Is as
scilod. the use of anthracite coal na a
nsgofscturing foot hovtssl bees pruc-
ticull) ellllliuated lis piiuluclli u is not
ullei led ii (ratio conditions to die
same extent as that ot nituuunoua
RssSBBS hVSBklBi records in the ton
nage of liard coin proUncisl. last war
previous record- icariliiig the
working conditions in Hie mines
The average working time tor men.
'.'.",7 igys, exceeded mi) tiling in the his
tory of the bullish'), the ne.iie-t ap
prosvh being in I'.'H. w lien BB OVsrsfgl
d J hi WOrhlBg days was nvoidcd
llli' DgmbOf ot deaths In a.culelit til
the uiines showed a marked iinu.i.se
over the nuinher ot those rsoorded lu
lOIJ LaSl year there were OIn fatal
a v idetits lis compared srtth&aM la 10)11
PIN IN THROAT? JUST SING.
Membsr of a Choir Avoids a Surgical
sturght. Mich -If you swallow a pin
; inl the physicians cannot help you
Join a choir and sing a high note aud
you may be safe. At least thai is the
experience of Mis Mary Austin of this
city, who swallowed a white beaded
pin. All efforts of physicians to dls
lodge It were futile.
She was told she must go to the
I ulwralty of Michigan hospital 1111
mediately. As the train did not leave
tor several hours and choir practice
waa scheduled, she went to the church
she did not intend to attempt to sing.
Ian a he could not feel the pin she
took tier place
On her nrst high note the pin was
The Clothes Gleaning Question
Vy e are better equipped than ever before
for handling, your work, having: in
stalled some new Tanks, Dusting: Tables
and other cleaning: devices. We have the
best of ligrht in our spotting: room,
allowing1 no spots to escape us. After
your clothes are pressed which has been
greatly improved on they are inclosed
from the dust until called for or delivered.
117" e handle Fancy work, Dyeing, Clean
ing and Blocking Hats and do kinds of
repairing and busheling. Give us a call.
Promptness is our motto.
Opposite Dreamland Theater.
Our Phone, 84 J.
ART DUNNUCK, Proprietor
THE ONTARIO MARKET has
the Exclusive Agency ofthcVVei
ser Creamery liutter selling now
at .'50 cents per pound - - -
H Sj W jB3b j .Ate.
' sSw w ' A ?m' jhSbsbV
P HOTasi f
iscjsaasssss wvjGi srsj wj
vs. r JLB .
Use Ansco Films
They give the best
results. We recommend both to every
amateur photographer In town, because
we're sure that they
Aiuco supplies art made by
cameras right (or sixty years.
to (It all makes ol hand cameras.
They help you do better work,
with even an Inferior camera.
Cyko Paper makes aharper,
clearer, belter prints rnd 1 rings
up tin .ie. ils. Bt. rs you
spend your cairn. u money
come tn and let us show why
ths Superb Ansco U ths
camera for ou.
Let o . do vour developing
ana priming We give
prompt attention and
When you want good Job
Printing at reasonable rates
come to the Argus Office.
One Piece Hammer
In The New Model
If you see more than one bole in
a hammer you know that extra
parts are fastened to the hammer
whether shown or not Uur harn
nier is all one piece, only one hole,
no toggles or stirrups attache. I.
We nave cut out all aooklag
levers, bars, push rods and ham
mer stirrups ami cock the gun di
rect from toe of hammer.
Catalog Free; 18 grades, $17 75
net to 4(Ki;iiHt.
Our 5 lb. gii bore is a hummer
be down to date and shoot one.
ITHACA GUN CO., Ithaca. N. V-
will give real saUsfaction.
the houss that his been maKUig
Ansco Films are made In aUea