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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1914)
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Ivents Occurring Throughout
the State During the Pitt
8alem Rule May Change.
Balem. A ' commission rosnHgrlal
farm of gov 'nmxTit for 8alm baa
mn raoomnipmlod by a r-ommltfln up
awlntpd by the mityor and rlty council
to mnko an Investigation. The report
recommends ii government by HPven
aommlH' iniinrn. MM from enr-h wnrd,
. t bp elcrted nt liirge, and tin- MM !
Salving i lie l:ni;i i vote to ba chair
uii or mnyor.
A city MMUMJM would lie thosea by
NEWS OF GENERAL
INTEREST IN IDAHO
Important Occurrences Of The
Past Week From Cities
In Our State
Fifty-Cent Drop at Portland.
Port hind l-'rnm Its record blKh
ftici- In tin' Ini .il market ot f H 1)5 per
gutitlred, which It hml tniilntnlncd for
Mvrnil duH. en ne tiiigar took u sutl
M drop to $7 55. All other griirleH
lao fell off 50 centa. Meiilers any
Ibpy hnvc ii(i sot MMCPriiiliii'd wheth
er the fpdernl InvpatlKiitlon ordered by
President WIIhoii la resonllile.
Wldowe' Penelon Act le Upheld.
Iiill.. JllHt Ill-fun- iidiuiiriiliit the
August inrm of the Circuit court bcrp,
Ciri'lllt .liell-i- Well I. T lliillie- ri-n
di nil a decision h u .tnl n I m: the wl
iIhwk' penalon act, and he Issued a
writ of in. mil. ne to the I'ulk county
couri, iIIti-i Urn- it to Kratit n penalon
f J i" to Mi Maud Kn.t iiehnry.
Widow Held In Jail.
I'rlnevllle - Mix. MoIIIp Serngglhh,
wire or Mall Contractor A U. iMMI
gins, who wiih shot down In hi limne
at r. mim. i on .Inly Ml hy Henry I.
McDowell, wiih given her preliiiilnnry
benrliiK Hml held to the Kriuid Jury
without ball The c.i. mil Jury will
meet September 8.
Boise Polo Conteete.
Ttnlup 'I'he noise polo team made
elaborate preparatlona for the polo
tournament hetwppn Holsn and Port
land, commencing WpdnpHday at the
Mm ie field, and to Include five gnmes,
the team winning the bpat three out
of the five taking the series. Both the
llniMi- nnd I'ortlnnd teama will then
ini p;irp ror the Spokane tournament
in September, In which they will par
ticipate Denver Iiiih hIho been nuked
to participate, hut a yet no repl) haa
TIiIh tournament whh not the rirat
In which Boise has met the Cortland
four. Thla clty'a team defeated Port
land In the IiihI tournament, hater
the BoIhp team wpiit to California, but
LIKE A CHARM
After Operation Failed to Help,
Cardui Worked Like a Charm.
Cooley Caee Before Grand Jury.
Mm sh in-ill The grand Jury of Cnr
ry county haa tiikeu up the InveHilga
lion or the ciihc of A. R. Cooley,
Charged with the murder of John Van
I'eli l.i yearn ago. The cnae wiih In
vestigated at the last term, but Meter
live Hiile and an impoituiit witness
were unable to be present, uud the
Clise w .i cnlltllllleil uillll this term.
EMPLOYERS CAUSE UNREST?
Aeeoclation le Accueed of Ueing Influ
ence Agalnet Employere.
I'ortlnnd The KmpluM-rs' iikmm la
tlou thiough its iini i imlnii activities,
U reapoiinlhle lor nii.rh or the Indus
trial unreal that exists In Portland
and Oregon, according to witnesses
Uial toaliried at the com hiding aea
Ion of the healing called b) the I 'nil
il Slates iiiiiiiiiIhsIiiii mi indUHtrlal re
lalloua at tin central lllirm i
"M. n Ilk. M C M.inriehl a .- de
leiiilllied In .rush Isliiu Mini destroy
tbe unions,'' said (ieorge II Howell
f lli.- Pit. Tiiatlonul T pograpblcal
Union let iiltig to the organUer or
the Kuploycra snaoctataM whose tes
tlntOO) . I. .Hull- of the ln-arilig
"Their nn-iliiiiN are iiieri'llesa " con
tinned Mr HOVMtl In his desi i Ipiion
r thiisi- win diii-i-t the a. lis II I..-, of
tbe Klliployera' a . -oi-ialloil,
Klllse .nil i i tli-ls wlin seek In ill
teli i n mnia Into 11m natihwaal
.1 . iiii.i i - ipon -iiiii i si-v ral a ii
II esses ln-lui. I In- 1 1 .) -i,i I indusl i i.il I .
I. it Inn-, cninuili-.inn for I he unrest that
. lieri- It is ui'i-ilv ImpOMll In.
It was iIIm-Iiisi-iI. In k.-i-p all of tin- nil
kklllid I. il.nl eu.pli -m-.I I II I ullgtlolll tilt'
Hop Picking to Start.
Hall. i llnpi,niw.rs are lnis in
pre..ir.iiinn tin pli kmc The imp all
ni-r I'nlk DOUBt) is en ii In- short
this yen- In in.iii t.uds the crop
will mils In ... p. -I , ,m of the usual
i. '.I in lome lard t in- M Ml
im normal owing in unsettle oon
Uiimiis In i .h-ii.ii at.
in . i 1 1.
Albany Hai Open Forum.
Ml. - hat . .hi "open
I in i nin .
Ak Auto Dives.
Norih lt ud i h i- in reons
kill, il UUtrl In whin an .uilo ilnwn
i .i iiiiiinid ii. ni-. w.'iit through Um
ratling mi il. COUnl) htiili-.i- across
I'Oli) I'mnt and dropped l!o tci-i
Plan New Line In North Idaho.
Wallace rtlclea of Incorporation
or the Marble Creek valley railway
company, with a capitalization of
llixi.nno, IIUil Hhares. hnvc been riled
here to i mi-. in,, i a railroad from
Clarkla to Pocono. on the Milwaukee,
20 miles, iMmo a line from the mniilh
of Ihizwell creek. In Shoshone roiinty,
In a northerly direction to a point on
the Little North Kork of the Clearwa
ter river, In Clearwater counly, and
thence to Pierce city. 25 miles. The
company la also authorized to con
at met various hranch linen nnd to pur
chase or consolidate with, leaae or
otherwise serine oilier railroads The
principal place or buslnesH or the, om
puny la deHlguated as St Marlea
County Olvlelon Tight le On.
Twin Kails The right over the dl
vision or Twin Kails county, which haa
been taken up b organized forces In
the Buhl district, will be met by op
losing forces In tin- remainder of the
inimiN i ne mallei' una lieeu made a
political issue ami the various candi
dates for county and legislative office
are being ijuestloned closely with re
i- it. I to their attitude toward the mat
ter The forces for county dlvlalon were
organlied In Huh: several week ago.
Joneavllle, 8. C. "I Buffered with
womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. B.
Kendrlck, In a letter from thla place,
"and at t lines. I could not bpar to stand
on my feet. The doctor said I would
nerer be any better, and that I would
have to have an operation, or I would
have a cancer.
I went to thp hospital, and thpy oper
ated on me, but I got no better. They
aid tiH-dli In.- would do me no good,
and I t iiii-.ii t I would have to die.
At last I tried Cardui, and began to
Improvp, so I contlnupd usInK It. Now,
I am well, nnd enn do my own work,
I don't feel any pains.
Cardui worked like a charm."
There um t be merit In thla purely
Tegctnlile, tonic remedy, for women
Cardui for It has been In successful
ubp for more thnn 50 years, for the
t renin-nit of womanly weakneas and
Please try It, for your troubles.
N. I - Wrilr In: Ml-.-. A4vlory IVr-t. t"hte.
Ijnofi MrJl. m( n . Ch.ittnni.niM. Turn., for SivriiU
fntrurliinn, anlM-p'.' h-il "Horn neafeMM
hx Wuomd," vi-ni In plain i ippr. on itgutil.
REBUTS MURDER CHARGE
Witneesee Are Heard In Defense of
Divine Accueed of Killing Wife.
Moscow. The defense In the pre
llmlnary hearing of the Hex .laiio-s I),
i rooks. Ihe litM-arold clergyman of
I i. .t charged with being responalble
for tin- dath of his wife August I. put
on the aland tieorge Well
POPES BODY LAID TO REST
Impreaelve Final Rltea Over Remalna
of Plus X.
Rome The entombment or the lata
Pope Plus X took place Saturday ev
ening at sunset. The great baalllca
or Ht. Peter'a was In semi dsrkness. A
nickering light came fnun the perpet
ually burning tapers about the ahrlne
or the apostles and the candles In the
chapel, where the catafalque stood.
Those who witnessed the ceremony
numbering about 1000, came by spe
cial Invitation and Included the diplo
matic lepreaentallvea accredited loi
the Holy See, the prelates and uictii
here or the ttomnii aristocracy.
The pi ni 'i-s -Inn formed III I he chapel
of the (Messed Sacrament, where for
hours the body of tbe Pope lay In
state Tbe catafalque was surmount
ed by the triple crown and the body
of the Pope was clad In the pontifical
robes and surrounded by tl mbleins
of his sacred office During the course
of the day many thoiisiindH of persona
passed by the bier.
The tomb or the late pontlfr la on
the right at tin- entrance to the sub
let r. mean chapel close to that or aev
ei.il Oilier. Popes
Better Babies Contest.
All Malheur county babies
between the agpg of six and
forty-eight months are eligible
for entry. Application blanks
will be mailed to mothers upon
request and should lie filed with
chairman by September 1.
Fill out the blank received
from the chairman upon your
request and return same to the
committee on entries as soon as
possible, in order that appoint
ment cards may he sent out.
You may use the application
hliink found in this issue if you
There will be no expense at
tached to the examination by
skilled physicians aud each
mother will receive a certificate
of examination and a folder
giviugpractical sugestions which
will materially assist in the care
of little ones.
The county will be divided
into several districts. I.m-li dis
trict will receive a prize for its
best baby, with a sweepstakes
prize for the best county baby.
At the state show the best
baby will be sent to the San
Krancisco exposition and the
world's best baby will get a
For detailed information ad
dress Emily U. Rigby, chuirman
of the Registration committee.
Watch the papers.
Following is a fac simile of
the application blank:
Better Babies Contest
Application HI. ink
Entry No . . . . Divison
Nniiie of Child
Name of Parents
Age, in mouths. . . .Sex
Contest to be held at Court
House, Vale, Oregon, Sept. 8, 4
and r by Vale Civic Improve.
Following li a fac simile of
the appointment card:
Two Danieh Ships Sunk.
London l-'loailng mines, planted
by the Herman squadron In (he North
aea. have claimed two vessels. The
Danish steamers Maryland and Urn
berg, plying from Copenhagen over
in- Mim - llrltlah North sea routes, struck mlnea
cow undertaker who embalmed the
(r Bill i CrOOka He (estl
fled that Undertaker Johnson at Troy
ir.nl I) III iss.iKed Ml. 1 rooks
face to red in . one side and staled
Hun he told him at that time It would
he discolored within a few d.ns Mis
John May lice, it neighbor aud intimate
f i mini oi i rooks' laiully. testified she
assisted in preparing Mts Crooks'
hod), but that she did Hoi lint i. . ,in
thing wrong until after It was em
lialmed ami lli.H then lie I n e had
taken mi a dl-l.itl.-d and rolnred look
i W A dair. who assisted at Ihe
Darius Miller la Dead.
Chicago Darius Miller, president
or the Chicago. Burlington K guitu
railroad, died at Glacier Park. Mont ,
aHer undergoing an operation ror ap
pendicitis He had been touring the
' park with his wife m apparently good
health when he was taken 111.
WAR GRIPS CONGRESS
Risk lnuranc Bill May bt Law Be
fore End of Week.
U'uablnul uti VV'uf let kieiiLU . i I I
i . t h ' iiii in i.'iini'i pi in
grips the interest of congress and
Kntry No. . . . Division
Name of Child
I'leuae preset. t this card with
baby for examination at Court
Htmse. Vale, Oregon.
The mother will bring at least
one simple toy, uud a cotton
blanket to !u- used during the
i dm tm . Iin Mating It to he Ins npin
urn thai Mrs Crooks i.niir in her
death as iin raottll i BgphyilatloOi
but that llieie was no prool iroui the
aulopa) thai a .p'l- iiit um .ni. pin. itu
cd In hand si r. insulation The dm lor
Il .1 In lollild 111! 111 II ks a ill. Il
could iinl have been Indicted alter
de.iili Ihe l(ei II Shangle ol
Spnli.ine t Milliard Ills UTa reiel.iil a
letter trmu Mi- Crooks in July, in
which she coiupl iineil ol lie. hi troll
Cow Hae Two CjIvcs hi Two Months.
Albany Jrs) row khiiii birth
tn a tullsied .all ju.-t .:u days after
lie lii. I sim n liiiih In .iii.ii Ii . i ,.Mr
was tin- lie. ik ni iiiiure wlmu was re
All offer ut tl'Uii for tin 'ersc enw
giving ihe h. -i n Id of I uier at the
Hi. hi stair lair h.is In. n mule by
eke Oregou Jersey Catllr club.
Body Brought Home.
Idaho Calls The bod) of Dr Chas
xi Johnson arrived bore (row Chlca
.unpaiiiei ii relatives who were
siiiiiuiiin.il ilii-ii- when his illness be
enn.' known Deoth reaultad froM
blood pOiaOUlUg I.-, .neii while npi i
ami.; in a Chicago hnspil.il. He was
ii i In- Idaho stale um
Wheat Field Has Ke.-ord.
. h .1 man. pit s
iiiitit nt tin- i laho oount) pioass i
social I . i . ' i i i ... i .- field ol
Winter win-.' Which yielded 41 bu
to Hie .uli- This Held has heeu in
Continuous cultivation for to ..n
haviug yielded a . inp nt -.1.1111 annual
jf, wiih tiir exception of two curs
when il was si.iiiuier tallow cd
promises to hold It in session ludef
lllllely. Coilimeiie. which the war
has stricken, is the principal subject
with which cougrtws is concerned.
The lull in establish a bureau ol war
risk iiis-ii ine in ihe Treasury De
piil'tllieul prohnbl) Will be enacted
this wen, The measure has p.
Ihe senate The udinitiistrai inn de
sires this legislation as an ndditlouul
Inducemeut to owners of foreign built
ships to apph for in.ricait registry.
The president faiois the bill.
following passage ol ihe insurance
bill the proposal (or lbs Oovarnntanl
in orgnnisa atcorporatloa for Um pur
i hase ni ships lo engage in trans
oceanic I rude will i uk-s.ii taken
up in ih.' senate and bouao. it prnctl
OUll) . -.ii--1 that Ihe pr ,
.4 Promising Opening
(t noi TlUSOr
at any season of the year,
would be a ke of our .aiL
luiy S. lit. Boor, which
i;ii.ii tbiDg I" have "on tap" in
i-.i-t of thirety emergencies.
Iliis lager is tin- bttk, pureel
and toost wholesome ever brew
should be embodied In a bill giving led. ami will satisfy the must
S i ut explosion Causes Damage.
In i l.i I'ne threshing itiuchtne
owned hj Clank HolalUglM or 1'iU
Hitch n. Ue tiiirti.il on tin- I leimgai ill
in r place oa i-'i i Idas Mr Halm
gardiuei loal MS s.tiks nt grain lh.
fire wa- riised h slum explosion
Mr rlolalagloaa loss was purtlall
covered i laaaraaas This is the
third machine la be burned on the Pig
ridge within the last (wo week.
Ihe prnin i it tin i nam It i'
capital dot uol pro Ida vessel
CI. lis ngi. .-, II will be ilisolllt. '
, for tht .....
Wilson Signs Ship Bill.
. dugton. The . iiiergeiicv ship
ping bill SUlbrlliUg Ihe adtnissinn of
foreign bull) ships lo tmsftoaa
i. was signed b) Praaldaal Wtlsoa
Wheat -Club , bluestem, yyc,
red Rusalaa, MV
Ha) Tiniothv. $li., altalfa, $1'.'
ituiter Creamery, ;'.u-
Kggs -Itaurli :dc
Wheat Bluestem. !!c; club, 7c;
red Kusstan. 8,'n-
Ha) l.iuntlix. 1 per ton: alfalfa.
$1.1 per ton
i itical beer 1 1 inker. Being
bl i -wed from tin l-i -t malt ami
iiors. iy a -. ientifle method of
im ving, it i naturally a pep
L. Ii. TETER
Leave Bundles at Any
Hotel or Barber Shop
l'ii mi pi Attention tiiven
Men Line Up
Early For Our
As usual we show our Fall Hats first this
season. Men are tired of their straws
and it don't pay to buy Summer Hats
they're passe. Get under one of our
New Fall Hats
Stetson And Astor Brand
And there's a mighty radieal ehange.
Look for the hiirh crown and narrow brim.
.sSBBsr '' r"'- '':' h
i ii 1 1 th 1 I
e eWTjgaw x
Better than ever Our special offer
High Grade Shirts the dj ir
best ever Jp X A O
One price clothier Ontario, Oregon
CloseYourDoor on the
Tfiief , ..am
CURRENCY in the pocket DEPRECIATES. In the bank it EX
PANDS A person with a $100 check in hit pocket likely will fa
all day without cashing it. With a similar amount of curreacy
there is a tendency to SPEND A LITTLE. The check remains iaUct.
lo it is with a bank account. A person likes to KEEP IT INTACT.
The Ontario National Bank