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kelp Ontario McwkFyrtoaixt By Vot'-r.j'fcr ih' Municipal Water System Bonds Next 5finiaz-Pefrmtry 25
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The reatest Ont nity Auction I er Held Is Scheduled For Saturday March 2
ONTARIO, MALHEUR COL NTY , OREGON, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1918
WATER ELECTION IS
TO BE HELD MONDAY
Oct Out To Vote la ftetioe-t of Ad
ministration Which Meets lo Im
prove Health Condition Here.
Vote Monday (or WateT Hond
That la the r-.uest of those who nre
seeking to Improve conditions In On
tario. At a meeting of citlceas call
ed for Friday evening every phase
of the water question will he dls
cusaed. There la no open or even
covert opposition to the bond ao far
aa la apparent hut the Council want
a big rote for It effect on the sale
of the bond
There I no reason why any citizen
ahould not he conversant with every
phaae of the wit situation For
month it ha been dlcued by cltl
sena and thru I hi' pre.
Tin- m'i of the question t be
derided now I: Dee Ontario want
to take the nrt step to rid ltelf of
typhoid? Since II doe the thing to
do la to vote for the bond Monday.
H4ltr-F!.K y.sim IS lit Itvs
ROB IHShiT IMI.I. ItnOTKR
When a number of the high achooll
boys of the lower .-lasses objected tof
the strenuous rooting of Paul Me!
Cullocb and Claude Chrlstlanaon for!
n nt the team Diavlna the High
gehool league at the Opers House
last aatartiev afteriMton s muffle fol
lowed III a spirit of fat The rwojbnrned Wednesday morning. While
seniors were out numbered and ibeir suffering terribly It 1 believed ahej
onnonaals started to put then oat will reoover. The beros cover the
the jailer In the effort Ms!-
Ilppid .aad fell feet ferasaost Mrs sunpsoe wao is neeny w-
as stair and ajtd under the jyaara of ag entered Ihs beraleg
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aiaee aaandlaaj at eae inaii. - nottse 10 savw asa givio' v -
atova aesart u rated easl fell seros th paper railing la eewes lighted ber
prostrate i" id his efforts to aaes sssllilng Hei husaeart. who ealee -bin
faoe frdaa hot nine n raised his ored to Sid her w eo .burned tbo
hands and received bad burn Hi 'afl severely Mrs tfrasanwa was
face wss slightly soorehed Mwasbers ,
of lbs faculty and the boys with him
got him from danger as soon S pos
sible. Karl Ulackaby ha enrolled for tin
ordinance training course at the lunl
veralty of Oregon training school.
.- n.v. iMiirinl on So. 1 8 tor
Phoenix Arlxona. where he was call-
ed by wire mi account of the serious
Illne of his father. Johnson Delo,
British and German Proclamations
A Study in Comparative Culture
The two document, below form s
if General Allenby.
the British Coiiiinander-ln Cluer in
Psleatlne. upoc the occasion of the
Rrltlab entry Into Jerusalem : the
other Is the official proclamation l
aued by the headquarters of the tier
man Mlllt.rv tlovernnieni at IMin
to Hie inhabitants remaining In the
oonquerej Italian territory
If freeh proof I tl-eded nf the
different manner In which ejjfwsl
llrltaiii ar.l Gerinaiiy wage war. It
.an he found In a perusal of the
pro. Initiation side by s'.de
PROCLAMATION Issued hv the
h.mdqiiarterK of the German Military
iIoMinmcitt at ITdlM to the Inhahit
atita of epnquered Ital) :
A house to house search will he
made for all .o.,....l..l arm.
ons and sinmunit on
Ail victuals rmnsiulng bi ttM Isewfff
must lie delivured U
Kvery cltixeu B -'
All worknieii. vvotiioii ami hlldrcn
over 1". r-wTS "Id, are obliged to
work In the tlelds ev tv ilay. Sunday
Inlcu.led. fiom a. in to S p in
Disobedience wll be ! M
the following n
(1.) Laxy workmen will be ac- pf--r, will be maintained and pro
coinpaiiied to their .rk and watched tcted a.cor.lliiif 10 the existing cus
hy Germans. torn ami belief- of those to whose
After the harvest they will be im f4ui,. they are scared
prisoned for 6 months, and every tjuanlx have been placed at Helli-
thlr.l day will e givea notblug but 'akeo, ud at Ba hal's tomb. The
bread and water. t st Hebron has been placed un-
1.) Laxy women will e obliged der exclusive Moslem control The
i.. nr. aad after the harvest re-
eelve i months imprisoii
xv children will be pun-
i beat Ids The eommandant
... ....- -
tne r:g.n in pan.... mm,
mr zo lashes daily
mid of soldier boy
DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Mra. Vada Moore, wife of B. N.
Moore died at her home hero Monday
evening after Mi lllnean of eight
year. Funeral services were held
from the Congregational church of
which he we a member Wednesday
afternoon. Beelde ber husband ah
leaves three children, Arthur, who hi
in the service at South Ban Antonio.
Mltchel and Modeat who are In school
Mrs. Vade Arnold Moore was born
in Arkaniaa Dec. 16, 1876 and was
married to E. N. Moore Jan. 22.
1198. They moved to Ironside, Ore
gon In August of that year where all
the children were horn. They re-
MM CM year In Canada where ahe
became ill and thon came to Ontario
i eight years ago, thinking that the
I'luitige would be beneficial.
BLAZING WALL PAPER
BURNS WOMAN BADLY
Mrs. Carrie L Simpson Knlco Hem
law Howe lo Have Froprrty
Heebead Also Horned.
Mrs. Carrie I Simpson who with
bar husband live on the Hproule
iriaiins reach on' the Vale road I
at the hnsejMsl Buffering from severe
bums i esoseod when the ranch house
boar from bead to heels.
rushed to lUr bospllal by arlgbbor
end luedlegl aid given Her
Iiouhc was feielly destroyed
Mrs. K. M Oshorn returned Fri
lls from Port land where she went
lo see" the new styles. She was sc-
roaapanled on her return by Hlsa
Drace hley an xtperlenree uriin-
Atotlier leal it.- party t aihed-
uleil for Friday night
PHOCLA M ATIHN ol tic-r.l Al-
s . '- a l.- l l.-.l.li-lt ill Its.
- ?. A . ....-. ..d sl., !
rusatein ironi me aiepa ..-
adel, In Arabic. Ilnbrew. Kngllsh.
Kreni-h. Italian. Oreek and Russian.
To the Inhabitants of Jerusalem the
HloHSed and the peopli ilwelllng ill
The defeat inflicted upon the
Turk by the troop under my coui
maiid has resulted In the occupation
of your city by my forees I there
fore, here snd Bow, proclaim It to
li- under martial law. under which
form of adminl-tralion It will re
male so long as military consldera
tlons mask It necessary However,
lest any of von kIioiiIiI S alarmed hv
xeaau of your experience at the
hands of the enemy who has retired.
I hereby luform you (I'"' " ,rt mv
desire that every person should pur
sue hi lawful busineaa without fear
Vurtherasore, slnot uur Dy Is re
H.ir.led with sffeetlni by three
rel"' r' '"
. . I ILUii l.il
of mankiuil. and It
.oil ha. boell coll-ecTBted hv 111"
and pilgrain-tgea or
paeptS of then.- three retldipeui foi
lu.iliv .eiltlirle-, therefore ilo I make
it known unto you that .very sacred
huililing, iiionutiient, holy spot, tra
ditional site, shrine, endow incut, pi
...is bequest, or customary place ui
hereoitary . usionian ot iu. ... ..
he gates of the Holy Sepulchre have
teen reqeeaieo in iaae wp iii" '-
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eaueiea nunc, m itmuiU.u .
.. ....!.,,.. a. I ..f the f'allDh
r who prote. tea mar ennrcn
AUCTION SALE WILL
STARTLE WiiOtf CITY,
; Movement lnuii-urai.il Ily Hani QiH
Taking kc Wild Ftr 'Minus-
.in to of Dollars Worth of
Moods to Be Hold.
The biggest event of it klml er
staged . what the lied cross Au tion
next Saturday will be. Thousands of
dollars worth of valuable goods,
from farm machinery to pickles. from
clocks to tbreahlng machines will he
offered for sale.
All this territory ha been sollclt
ed .m! nil the I "en aovered
hv committee so that an aacreea'e
of w offerln(rB , moM ,mpo,inK To
)ut a tn- foodB (n ,hU ,u( u ,
.-i..,, Th- wfim. . the Red
, Cross will serve s luncheon, the pro-.candidacy an was the Crane Amcrl
ceeda of which will go to swell the can. The Vale Enterprise Ilk.
lunds. If the people turn out to bay ' put It tamp of approval on his en
ss they have turned out to give the try. Reside these public Hlatement
local Hed Cro treasury will Im well Mr. Qallagber has received many per
supplied for severs! months. j sonal letters urging him to formally
The following committees have enter the race and pledging support,
the sale in charge: As the result of these bis formal an
Qeoersl Management: Lou Adam, nouncement Is expected In s tew days
A. McWIIIIam and E M. Grieg
Committee to solicit East of Town
A. McWIIIIam and Dr. Moore.
Milheur Valley: Tboe. Broanan
Itealrvard: C. E. goorry.
U range and Valley View: Hans
on aad (I W. Deea.
White Settlement: Howard Mel-
Jae Wood, end A. I.
Bsneaesa Man of To we: Ray Wll
son. W. W. Let son.
PeblleHr: P. J. OaJJaber
COMING MARCIt 7, 8, 9
itrmr ifn 0 Head Knteclalw
la Nsor far Oasarin aad Vt lalt.i
la Wear Keadewe of Its lasa,
Hummer Ctiautauqua havn long
In vogue hut winter aim spring
ions sre something new. Mrlu
j, , UaVB 0, uf (h(, a(anl
mol,n, alareh 7. 8. and
I, when for
but $ 1 . ." 0 per person a whole win
ter'r entertainment lll ! .i..ie,l
,nt0 ,hr. atjr,.
The sttractlona are h'gh tlu. iho
' ' the KIIInoii While roml'il hai
'and Include uiuslral number. hu-
jmorl.t. lecturers and many nu..i.ers UfD( Dr-.ldml, ,,,, of the UM111. ,.i
of unusually high mrlt The cam- fJv pr,.Mr(, for ,h. big oanven
palgn for patron, ticket will he ((n , wlc( 60C a,,,M,,a .re ex
started aext week. Get ready lo In-i
tervlew Hie committee
Lactic' Festival Orchestra
tff P T HSrlM
WmLiTJli m w Hi V ' IS
Eirv SBSl.' V l m
WL1 m i ilto It f 1
The Lediee' Festtvsl Orebestta. abkb uui U our Cbaulauiius Festival
on the opeelng day, 1 a cowpe-v of aix iliariulug young ladles who offer a
program which is a delight to the general public and a pleasure lo Hie moat
musically critical ' With tbe use of supplemental instruments the variety
aad quality of the program is mual to
' - -w ... -
.Ile - el - i. nf the MUtate Wl Indl
Their ei.lertainmeiit consist, of or. h. sirs
ouarlela. Ua.l. .ol.a, . rta.ii.sa.
LOCAL CONDIDATE IS
I'aporw aad Citizens Declare) P.
t.ull&glicr lllglble For
With the arrival of the outside pa
per during the past week It Is evi
dent that the tentative candidacy of
Attorney P. J Gallagher for the leg
islature meet with tho approval of
Among the outside comments were
those of the Harney County New
which tho in Harney county declsr-
Sd Mr. CiilIiiKlier the right kind of
'timber and capable of ably represent-
ing the district.
Tho jordan valley Express wos
emphatic In Its endorsement of hla
NEWSPAPER MEN ARE
CHOSEN TO OFFICES
sasaMStessal tleb Anessal Klea tnM
ReswtU la Calling for Pfletlag
' lab Hi Rtw PaM'Year.
With both lbs office of FresUsei
end rVarretsr banded over te se
paper men. tee Oetsrto CsbMMIbWUI
cu el Its annual election aataaveaUlrl
deferssleed oa a printer's lent
X 1U., QK, Atkaa of tare at
ka J- m;
rwa ntiBM orewtdaal aad
die of the Deinaurst was eMefed sec-1
jretary. the other members of Ihel
i board of litre tor nolected were : W
r Hemen. Bam creetn, Irwle Trm
ell. W I.. Turner slid H. O Hrsne
W. 1-. Turner was elected vice pre
Prior to t lit formality of elert'on
nt nit leers I he rluh decided to lw-
. .. u.i.. ,.u niriM,. ,.,i sia.
Hi ill" rnii" w,,. ..
inlttee which has started arrange
ments for the convention of the East
ern Oregon Cattle and Horse Kaiser
Msoctstlon which is to Ire here In
Attorney P. J Gallagher tin
(Continued on page eight
Presents Two .'retrains
that of a much larger ofgsaieetHiB
ue.u c. .-. ......... ......,.
l.losll Ik. . ilnl.k.ii uuslelans
aeietlkuas. laslrumsntal adloe. vocal
GIVEN REBUKE BY JUDGE
At a patriotic meeting of the Parent-Teacher's
association last Friday
evening Judge Dslton Riggs who win
In Washington during (ha Military
Affairs committee was examining
Secretary of War Raker delivered
an address on hJs Impressions and
structlve criticism he declared that
there Is no need for the belief that
the department has fallen down. The
mistakes made, declared the speaker,
are not to be compared to the result
Mrs Jennie M. Kemp of Portland
who wss present delivered a stirring
addres on war conservation.
BIG BEND TO HOLD
It Hi. If.iiih of Prosperous Hti
lU-ml Mellon Dcelnrc Folk
Want l-niiil Drained Now.
Harvey Hatch, s member of the ill
rectors of the Rig Hand Irrigation
District waa in Ontario lo secure bal
lot (or the election to be held Satur
day for the purpose of providing
manna for draining that diatrlrt
About 18,000 sores ere to be drain
ed, of wbloh 1,000 Ilea In Oregon
while the balance la la Idaho.
The Idaho lead being under the
U. H. Itei larostlon service Is to he
drsleed by government contract and
the Oregon lend owners are to deride
weather or not tegs weed to be le
cladee la tst rsieirgsB. The election
Is perely formal for Mr. listen .sera
everyone Is in Its fever.
to sella of the fact thai lee dv
trMf ssseeu the need lor -- UJ
. . j. w- -
jrjJeJBJoyvSv iitoVernae BSsas- aad in-
. raitfiharg m
rancher are looking forward (o rten
bigger results thl season,, hv say
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H Rlackaby re
turned today from California Mr
' Hlackahv will announce the plans for
t lie Malheur County Liberty Loan
campaign in the noar future.
Word was received today that "lay.
the youngest son of Mr. and Mr- A
F lloyer hail aalled recently for
France He la the aacond member of
the family to depart for tin warj banquet was nerved .mil a a-swf-l
oll, good time enjoyed
Soldier Boys Write to Tell of
Life in Uncle Sam's Liberty Army
FORMER ONTARIO BOY SAWED
FIRST BOARD MADE BV II. S.
. tjui) UnfMa Uas tiiii ii,
I'ti-i I.umiIm'IJw k ltciineiil hi
lleii.li I reoili Noll.
In .. Idler lo I. A. Adam for vvhom
he worked hele for -e.eral year A
W tlarren Mai a picture of lilniseit
holding the first hoard sawed by tin
lumberjack In Fram The in Or
eating picture Is hlgllly prlreil hv Mi
Adna i ami Mi 0 i
HI O.i ( I. Ill tlllS lOlilltlV
lo be part of the nation's mo lenln
Mi Ugrren uftei leal lui 1 1
'.i St Ant lion) Win re be he.
i ili 1 rah,
Lumber eonipanv This he par1
what In- I '
i say : ft that we are in i be
thick forest anil our lurround
in hie a lumber c.iiop no n.
, ii ii this u i ill be able in
..I out ever) kind ! oonsti
i tho An,
SMaJ In l'i.,
these ilavs. for
, lone lots ol uork lo do snd the
days are all lon d.ivs. hut .vcryon
seem to lie In Ih- Iwst of spirit--We
are cutting lir ami spruce from
a beautiful foreat The trees arel "Just a little note i II ytnt ti,.,i
practically hand planted Slid grown I ;,m UK ,in. lo llu In
under the supervision of the Fren, !, nll one the n.i.vii ui. tool
foreetry service It makes one of tlo hoiio- i rip. ami I ue.i i. .1 u..
nicest forests in the world The mllliWe .ire estiiia Kngll-n Style uow Bud
has an up-to date alectrts light plant 'our belts arc now prettv loos. Hut
ao we are able to run two ahlfts perjwe will miqi In s I .-. .mp mid
day. Our camp Is about I.SOii feel thing, will I, hotter
above sea level. n
"We are living in harsr. i ami fine count tie.-, hut till good old
bate a gtaerul rea-realiou room with . ,
1 1 niiiluited on tun.- i
FATAL BURNS FOLLOW
David I dirk, High Si hoot l i-c-lnnaa.
Mistook Gasoline lor Iv.oscne
When Lighting Fire,
David, the To yesr old son of Mr.
snd Mrs. II. H. Udl l. ho live on the
orchard tract west ot the city died
Wednesdny from bin on received fol
lowing an explosion at the family
home Tuesday morning The funeral
services will be held Friday af tor
noon. The vnung 'linn who vn n popu
lar member ol' the Freshman clans
at the High School started to revive
the (Ire at his home and mistook a
csn of gasoline for kerosene and
poured some of the contents on the
lire Smoldering embers exploded
I the liquid and the young msn waa
! terribly burned. Medical aid wss Im
mediately -n in niiiui'il but nil efforts
I to save 1 I in fulled ami he died Wed
Beelde hi parents he Is survived
by two sisters. The faculty and hla
schoolmates were deeply grieved by
hla death for he was s favorite
height. Made VaV
b1e Medic i
Ueslle C. Creeeb, V . ' C . of Ore
Dosisle Knights of Pylhles. Wet-
sea. (1 R it d. srin Ver-
non Davia, ea Supreme Hepreaenla-
tlve were the gueats of honor nf a
banquet and Initiatory session nf Ar
mor Lodge Wednesdsy night. Vsle
and Huntington ent delsgale aad
after the four saw Knight were
made and the addree nf visiting
olh lain delivered the Lodge service
flag was dedicated
The stars on tin flag reprensnt
Wlliner and fheleey Hover sml A W.
Garrnn. John Ijtudlnghani was pro-
, sented with
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ii. - Ma it -
H) suppi oi wgynstoeg i
pollers i.n. i literature whleh make
Ii nice for ull of us Also a tire .:
lo keep vv ,i I in hi
The kids ur. .-iiiii; noirhlrs
lo oe iiom . tall HI. ' . unit ii .
lots of tin in
' Tket I uf Us here running
an old French mill We are won n..
the niKhi shift ami bars sewed
llrst timlier that wn- sn ,i
i roup in Freeee It yon i
Ko to asliliiKloll -oil will - the
tirat board sewed b ttseii iiaaeg
"I ha vi
I Mil , fll.l
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come from -upper
' inn hardly
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vvlicle ill I . o
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