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THURSDAY, ocToiiKH 19. 1916
THK ONTA1UO AKOIIH
THE ONTARIO PHARMACY
Some Sinniavhcll Hoars,
5 month old.
Stm open Gilt.
A ho 2 bred Gifts.
At the right price.
W. H. TUNNEY,
At the Oregon racking Co.
When YnuWriir n
Tailor Made Suit
!: II pccilllur distinction
In Hi.- fi nil r)t iii -in i-li n
which Mta It In a cIiinh by ll
Mlf. and the wearer in claaa
by himself, with otliur tailor
.1 n,. ii
1 1 i'ii wo make it your null
Ii imiiln to fit you, ami not
wooden duiuniv lit '"" ii ins
are exactly alike, hence no auit
patterned after a .lummy will
Bttra you an exact fit, auch aa
you Ret when wo take your In
div i.liial mi .. .iii.uii'iita.
$20.00 to $30.00
And an) where between
COPE T,IK TA,,OK
Opposite I'o.tollirc I'lvmc HI W
El Paso, Texas
I . iir-nu.s via
Oregon Short Line
1 I ii I., a Pacific M sir in)
Bee 0. 8. L agenta for
rates and further details
Dr. V A Simmons, the eye spec
ialist of Boise, will be at the Moore
Hotel one day only, Monday, Oct. 18.
Pleaae call at tula time If you dealre
to consult a specialist in regard to
BANKM BACKING. Us' XM
omur i,i it wiiiiK
(Live Stork Iteporter i
I'm- . I - - r 1 1 omiin of tin' Kxchange
Niitlcmiil Hunk, of Spokane, itnt.-.i in
i i in rli hi I'lilliiiiin Unit of all tin'
number ci f nntei which the) had tali
en frofi 'oung pig club tin inhere,
practically every one liuil been pulil
before maturity Mr ('oman lint al
ways In-"!! ii lover of young people
HMil IiIh harking (if tin- tm .ml
glrla' cnuie has done a great SmI le
enlist the other banker In t It-- same
ini m. ci.iii immjs nr i m
I l.lvn Stork MfeX I
Nearly all of the pig" il'ir by
Hi.' ilo I'lg club menihiTH ni tin'
i Stuti' K.il- were shipped In
I !,i I moll Slink , i .' ninl ii
lor ion i.IithIiI'' 'hoii'-M 10 Ih ' Old"
er ki'ih t ut idti ih. ii i' .! hogi brt u.'1 1
i ii tin' . 1 1 n iH.iri.i'i. heart) m
Hold tbat taj n oi tin hoc
were fed at a Mel el imi lo I
vi cents a pound, ninny of ilii'iu i"
Iiik aa low as four centH li be
. .. i i iIIiit to linn' ii confer
inc.. with hlH I'ttc Club sou ninl Ml
niiu . tea of bli
ii. ' Irattnei
QVOtl I I'oin aililre I ol Mi-
Ii I la ii ley at oricnnlzatlon of a
Mllan.'e at Me.lfor.l
' I illil not rali-e my bOJ to be a
ol.ll.-r. bin I ill. I raiM' him to be a
in. in ami an S rl. an Cltlien ami
l.-olilli'ly lo fiillill Ihe nliln
of that eltlaeaablp when ...n..i apea
io .in mi i iiiii not ralaa him ba
..l.li.r, bill 1 .11.1 rali-e him to pro
l.-i-l an Ann rleaii wninaii, wbt
In- may be I am for Mr HiikIu's
I I klll.W he WOllhl keep tills
country at peace u couraae, skill and
tSlWSrl Aiiiericaiil"in loiihl
it, imi i ai .1 i.iniv. ihai if eoadltloni
.liuiainle.l the protection of 0111 i I
tlOMl 'nil Ii.iii'T he woill.l
not Hliirk the rexpoiiHibiiity wlnrh pa
irini !c i 'i demand!
I KMOt It Tlc ii i.t.l(.i: w
SWKBKU. . I.uilliell 111. lex I
What Ii. I. lent Cleveland iiclually
did, on 1 ! ..- iin a Inn ul tWO
. affecting don
mid our liiteinaiiuiial relations loriiis
1 1 1 1 1 li x answer to the iii.r thai l
I..-IUK put to Mr llughea by bin demo
.rail, nppunents, ' Whal would you
have done?" etc. The two oinergen
cies in iU.-lion ale an aluioitl perfect
parallel to those which bav
fronied l'resident Wilhon and Ihey
were handled very differently from
ih. inn adopted b the preaent In
ciiiuhent of the White House Mr
i hi. land met the industrial crisis
caused by the Chicago railway atrlke
and by the Venezuela boundary dis
pute with decision and courage, and
the natiou was not only saved from
war and widespread suffering, but
what Is equally important, tills was
done without the sacrlfic of national
honor The country may be sure that
what 'resident Cleveland did Mr.
Hughes would alio do in like emer
gencies. It was that conviction
which compelled bis nomination, and
it is that faith upon which repuun
cans depend for triumph In Novem
ber (.l I IIKT ON THIS.
I Knuneli Index I
Here is a bunch of figures from a
democratic source, the Cuicmnali In
quirer, which is the simon pure arti
cle of the United States It took a
atraw vote in Kentucky, Ohio and In
diana, and here are some of the re
sults that it gives after the investi investi
gateon: On one day the returns
showed that in Ohio, 150 democrats
had changed to Hughes, and one re
publican had gone to Wilson- The
BOOKS, TABLETS, FENS, PENCILS, ETC.
imi lam rat 1 1 r 1 1 - iboared I hat 13 deii
uTiiIm li.nl changed in Hughes, iiihI
Mil nil" r r II 1.1 1 ii 11 linil changed I"
! Wllaon in Oblo, ITU progrra
-ulil lli" lin r ..in' In Hughes, ninl
71 to Wilson In Inilliiiia "I im
n iM'H liiul gone tn Hughe mill II
In Wilson Hut tin' nioHt surprising
change was In Krnliirky. win I
r... . 1 1 showed (hut tin- ratio of II. '
priiiTi.ur rli mge wuk fi:i for IIUKlll"
iii j I for WIIhuii
UK "KIIIT t IV
i Maker ll.'raldl
iili-ni ilwin said yesterday
thnt "polltl Iioul.l be li'iituri'il by
till' mIoKIIII 'I'llt Up lir "lllll U' '
While he has been preHldent thin
country. In it 1 1 pules with otlier tin
as "put up " I II Ii inoit wrri
ilii'v wauled to hnnil It mil
iln- oili.'i country inii.il. any
km. I oi utlM to Wilson's argu
ii 'ni h he ha quickly "Hhut up."
IM I - M.l KTIMINU PAY.
ll M but ii tea . aa the
'"""' "'"' w"1' "" '"' '
"lle collm made their '",
III Ihe a.lverll iiik colUIBM of the
total coat of ibis
advertlalng peclallj thai il luetl
Dd) A. r.iuipiuiy
n p.niiv." but
..I ibal i .i.i i ii for
iiiiiiniiii' 'i ii'
the net pr.ilii
i ,AI, .,,,
. ii of $ ISO. RJ5.
total net profit wuk $ I ,:i7ll,r.99
Tlie net Kali'H of flu. 'II. I'.al.ii.ly
. Co . for llll vara M.TIt.lll la
1 1 1 ii tin- total araa Ii
$.'.11110 llllll, nr to be acelirale, Jll-I
I'. ...I: PAD.
I linker llelnoi I ' i
I he ih. i . ..I l ' .- S II .In
i ni.- i . a.li to oi or the aea-
son. Ml thai tin' . aid .lubs are
aguln In Ihe Ihr I annther win
ter campaign The Slipperier IIuh-
in. Ii. atlOM
..I Increased in-
IPBAS i P, I'l. i:kk.
I Bol a St ' man I
U ho know I ..I any mall In Smilh
America running f..r u m. r
Willi the chief plank
of his pi, iti. .nil declaring
i.. -pi ,
KM. Il, I.KTN.
( Vale Knlerpi
N'uW tllllt the llailllliell ha
ten houra pay l.n . ight huiirs work
it's time for otlier organisations to
go afler congress Ii
There is a dispute between the
manugeis and ihe trainmen as to
bow much tin people are skinned
Suppose the public strikes and asks
for a general reduction'' Whal will
congress do then'' i'oor tiling.
If one Oerma.i submarine can
cross the Pacific In 17 days, deliver
a inesage at all American poll and
sink six merchant vessels ill the next
24 hours How old was Ann
Senator Jones says: "If congress
can raise wages it can lower them "
11 the public should strike where
would the wage raisers stand?
. h H
WILSON ADMITS MS
wei, i Mr wiisea
II n admit
bn at wir. Fef
May 11. 1914. in an
th dead marin. e
yard in Brookl, abjta
tho marinai hul te gaajaaeJ
.n ' war of k -." A
ol 'vie to whom fa V SBHr .
Ctrtainly net to fJW
St. to, nor to MxiaSf
humanity at largo. Wee S
From ahaj '
Th.odor 1 -
s , a
B.h.lf of Ch
rut we h.-.
mm BILL BLOW
AT LABOR SAYS LEADLR
lUllminl Mill Not Mli'tisl In Ail
lullilsl nil Inn - Surrender In
I llllllllll'll I ll'l in i I nun. in-' II
That the MHHM wage BI
law Iiiih not iloiio away with the prob
ability of a strike upon the railway
-.v stems of the country Ik evidenced kf
ri-piirtH from illfferent points of die
HBtlKfaclton of thiiMi' I'liipl.iy.'il In the
i. -p ii tmi'iilH of the railway MTVlM
that were not affected by the Ailani
hon law. Thee claim thai becaime
of belter iiri'am.'iilioii the traliiiinn.
already the hlcheat paid In the rail
way aervioe, were able to compel an
Increase In their wiio, wlille Hume
in..:, in neeil of an IncreiiKO In hiikm.
Leaden, of IM llrolherhonil of
l(:nli.ia.l Car Men In the iniiilmesl
met In SI I'.iiil a I. . U
dlacUHH a plan to demand blither
I waft-en from the (treat Northern, the
Northern I'ai'ifu'. Ih.- I 'aiia.liun I'n'i
1 flc and the Oblcafto, Milwaukee and
Si llllll l.iilloail . .mil ni..
f the union by the (Ileal orlln ni
1Mo Kr lne l!4 Hllill. were du
ruil,.d ovr n.,- n, ,.. m the
vduuiNon lavs prnMillna a ralae In
hki'h for turlllluei, . .nt.li.l
h,( (li(, ,.nl il(i nn M,.,,,. ,,,,
Some ol the leaibi i ' .-' i at men
predict tint a strike ill enaue II Hn-
deinanilH lo he torui ulaled at the
meetlna xliould not be iraiiteil
Albert A I'llhr, Seattle labor leail-
er. iieiioun.'.'.i the Adameon law
ejsaUM " eight hour .la lo rall-
roa. I ii .n, in a pi .ii dellTered to
Ueil lieri.iaii Ann
puniii aii i luh-. ..I n aablBgtoa
'"I'hree years ago In I'lnlad.
said Mr I'lller, Samuel Q p'i--.
speakllll! (rom Ihe lloorol II. a n..i
lean I'. 'deration ol Labor com eiiiu.ii,
a.-alli.l invocation ot pohlual aelioli
lo brim; alinul Ihe universal eii;lil
hour .1 a lie scored It on I lie
ground that It leaned Inward pal.i
lie said I t.at any Improve-
ni. nt In labor conditions must he won
in the unions theniHelven, not by any
"N'niv. II . a federation of j
la.bnr has l.nmlil over this point for
tiiree years, aim raa n--i, mmmmrn aa
solve the proiiieiii. now couiu I
.bin U il on and collgri settle It ill
lay ' The Adam mi law Is a
blow t" Americanism and uiiimi l.h
(. I. (' I'ltOI l.ssolt
AOMtMMUSJ HUM M HOOL
I'rol K I) Itessler, of Oregon
Agi iciillural college stopped in On
tario last Friday on his way In. an
trum the county institute hehl at
Hums While in the city be in-p.-ii
ed Ihe local schools and dell i el ed all
address to the pupils of the high
Altai an inspection of the cadet
corps and a general review of the
building and classes I'rof Itessler
was eloquent iii expressing his ap
proval of what he had seen. He
declared thai in no high school in
the state is better work being done
than in the local school His address
was one of information and inspira
tion to the pupils, as well as to the
UiiM'iiV WIKU. MtltkKT MORS
Itoston The wool market lias been
very active. There are various es
timates of the amount transferred
and conservative authorities place
amount sold during the past two
weeks at fully -'" nun. nun pounds In
some cases quotations have been
marked up, and while there is no
MMeJ advance in prices It is not
possible to buv as cheaply as a month
ago. Foreign advices indicate firm
inaik.-ts abroad, with no probability
of lower prices in Australia, South
American markets are active, with
considerable speculation at llueuos
Aires Duuu'b Keview.
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