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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1917)
THE ONTARIO ABOP8, wrAT?m oinnK THURSDAY. AlHil'sT 2 ';
All Wool and
Men's & Young
Two Dollars more
for the same all-wool
Suit than you have al
Wool has doubled;
linings, trimmings and
workmanship are high
erand yet, Broadway
Suits are but $2 more.
Compare the advance on Broadway Suits
with any other commodity with anything
made with wool or cotton and you will see the
advance on Braodway is hardly noticeable.
We could have mixed them with cotton
and sold them at $15. We could have taken
out $2.00 in workmanship and materials and
sold them at $16 but we preferred to offer
you the ALL WOOL BROADWAY SUITS
in the same quality and same good make as
we have been selling you for yean.
HENCE THE PRICE $17
And the best suit in all the world for any
where near the price.
STAIIT M H HOSPITAL
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i .itlicrine will iiccompiiny llnni mid
reiniiln for IWO BMthl I" !) ""' ln'
trnoUoa under way TlW ttm hts
plt.l ill bo called St r;iM-rl'"s
MMMfW Ktrciil lli-lil.
One f the memorable SVMtl hi '"'
hlttro) of Mm local orgKOlMtlM Ifttk
the relreat held hero recently nt
which five novices professed They
are Slater Mary Peter, London Kiik
land; Slater Mary Thomas, loiidon
Knglnnd; Slater Mary Poloros, Phil
adelphia; Slater Mary Invlolnta. Hat
tloshiirg. Miss., and Sary Teroaa of
Munich. Iliirla One poatulant, Mlaa
Agnes Ludy of Reading, Pa rac.lv
ed the habit. The retreat waa con
ducted by Rev. Fr. A. Riley, O. B
while the ceremonies of profeaalon
were conducted by Rev. Rlahop O'
Reilly assisted by Rev. Vr. Francis
O F M, of Burna; and Rev. Fr Com
po, of Ontarie:
Three of the Slaters have recently
left for Hanford, California, two. Sla
ter Mary Margdalan and Staler Mary
Ivi.t. to assist in the hospital and
one, Sister Mary Invlolata to teach In
the school of St. Bridget's church.
Irl.ls the hoards have taken diver
Rl.nt views of the law, soiie
tion all marled men. nth refusing
I,, , v, in.t cinio. even when II
eie children concerned li UK Ml llie
public a( sou Thin Is Indh ted h
Hi., rm t Unit men In ninny districts
who were married years before the.
war, bill whoso wives would he cared
for. have not nuked exemption while
mime of the men who have been mar
ried recently, wIuiho wives would be
equally wall cared for, or could sup
pmt theniHelvps have sought exemp
tion and presented affidavits to do
pendency The action of the board
In Malheur loiinly Is given elsewhere
at the request of authorities In order
that thn public may know It any auoh
caaea are presented in Malheur conn
tPPK.il, TAKK.N FROM
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emptlon should not bo allowed has
the right, and it la hla duty to present
r.ny evidence before the hoard. It
Is generally believed that men farth
er down the Hat, who would be called
sooner by reaaon of the exemption of
men In the first rail will be apt to
see that exact Justice be don., by fur
nishing evidence concerning those
who might he seeking an unjust ex
emption by claiming exemption when
either thn parents of the wife of hus
band are able to support her, or In
case the wife by reason of occuim
tlon supported herself prior to her
The fart that In the various dta-
GAME WARDEN CALLS
mm i to laws
H. i Gray Warns Hportsmeti that
(Isms laws Have Been iliangol
should he Advised of all
Sporti. men In Malheur county
should be getting Informed concern
ing the game laws affecting District
No. X If they would avoid trouble.
There are two sets of lawa govern
Iiit migratory birds and the request
of the last legislature (.hat the fed
rsl law he charged to conform will be
effective in time for an early opening
The following brief summary of
the law governs this year: In Mal
Buck deer with homes August 15
to October IS,
Duckn and geesa -October 1 to
Junusry II- Bag limit 3(1 birds In
anv 7 consecutive days.
Shore birds, black breasted and
golden plover Wilson or Jack snip...
woodcock and greater and lers.r yel
low legs Octohei l to lie. ember lf
Prrl. hloga- , "'
li'iK limit It) (.r day
Ward.n Orsy hmJ
will be plentiful thhoj J
Indicates thai l lis kwi
plenty of uiaterlsl loth,,
PAYETTE OREGON n
Aturnoy Clautla t
Portland was In Ontario T
Wednosday of tin, n$ikm
In connection with th
lioklng toward the rol'isij
th. Payette Oregon Slo fa
District. While bar Mr ft
waa In conference with H,h
and Otto Miller, lUra.
Attorneys McCullonh M
went to Vale on WetsMtj
after a review of th mm
Judge Biggs approval ton
lidatlon the preliminary
bonds are now being urf
sale and th. dlreeton fain
that they will be taken sUsi
Th. ststn hosrd has rtairlta'i
proved the Issue.
Tho Dead Ox flat an 4
here during the weak toMI
the prosperity of their ragg
Miller rapped the bratM
of purchasing fore sowskaj
$!9n. If. has youv t'a
from them, and pip in s
cents per pound, sat Otui
sold th. four sows for KM
II K gl IT HIM X
Joe Wllaop. of W!lW
quit his Job lam wk tali
I Ukln fruit over mi ttekal
did this hecHiixn h raallH
over his previous must) t
per day. Joe lasted onottgj
farm, lie Is hsek bshliidtlsl
New Arrivals at Rader's
This week has brought forth many
new lines of merchandise, and are be
ing opened up as fast as possible.
Everything seems to be more beautiful
than ever. The fact is that the d
are much better this season than last
We Quote a Few of the New Arrivals
Wool Goods, Gingham, Percales, Silks, Buttons
Blankets, Wool and Cotton, Sweaters, Ladies
Coats, Shirts, New Georette Crape Waist, War
ner's and Nemo Corsets, Ladies Boots, Trunks
and Suit Cases, Silkalines, Cretonne, Silk Hosiery
Etc. Come and Look Them Over.
The new (iingliums and IVicalt's urc most attractivf
for school droHiti.
Specials for the Week Next
Men's, Women's and Children's Bathing Suits
They are in all sizes and colors.
85c to $1.00 Bathing Suits, Special Price
$1.25 " M " "
2.75 " " " $1
1.75 u " " " 3$
Ladies' Sport Shirts one big lot to choose
from, $1.75 Values, Special Price . .
RADER BROS. CO.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.