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ONTARIO, MALHEUR COUNTY, OBjEGON, THURSDAY MARCH 7, 1918.
II TakOs MfU Action Monday
H Bought for In-
jSKKflPt "f city -only
I J. T. MAHAM OP IIAKNKY
THINKS GKORGH WKNT TOO FAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mahan of Har
ney county came in from the interior
on Friday and returned to tolr horn
; Monday morning. Mr. Mahan spent
Saturday with the Implement dealera
.while Mra. Mahan interviewed the
I dry good merchant!, milliner, etc.
.While hurrying from one buslnog
jhouae to another Mr. Mahan Hopped
to admit that he regretted that Sen
ator Chamberlain had "gone too far
with hi criticism of the administra
srtsg I W0" Tld "v tnfl
told on March 16 and at
me tMjwtprtarlng that the,
It wlU jfOtjjKbld for the con-
VL5 -iTOWNSITE COMPANY TO
lg Monoay craning en me m-
i n motto for the early on
ion at the tfw municipal water
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS WILL PREPARE PLANS
SINGING APPRECIATED TOR THIRD LOAN DRIVE
Large Crowd Out to II. . Operetta ,' Blackaby Name ,Oonimltts
ABIIilTY OF HTVDKNTH IS
SHOWN IN EXHIBIT OF WORK
BE PLACED IN TRUST
Red Cross Benefits by
In theatrical parlance the High
School airla' Glee Club ataged the
event of the season In their operetta,
"The feaat of the Red Torn," to a
packed house at tho Dreamland Mon
day night. Solos, chorus and dancers
for Various PrrriacU Will
(at tier at Vale March IS.
J. R. Blackaby, chairman of the
County Liberty Loan committee, 1
aued the following statement:
"A telegram from the Liberty Loan
headquarter at rortland. of thla data
advisee me that a general oonfer-
Refugee garments for Belgian re
fugees, sweater!, hospital shirts and
other evidence! of the activities of
the girls of the Domestic Arts class
of the high chool were on exhibition
this week at Radar Bros. The work
not only shows what Hie girls can do
but shows that they are putting their
time to good use under the direction
of their Instructor.
COMMERCIAL CLUB HAS
ITS FIRST LONCClCN
Succor Creek Itoad, New Wtr ss.
Kin. Sim kincn'a Convention hikI
OUbfl Matters Disruseed tins
nun. 11 also r reived the petl
Igoed by Eastslde property
anfcln B sewer system In
-c tlon of A ey and ordered
er Lot Is mKelsey. who was
or- Hf plans
, ; . (iBMscussea various At a meeting of the directors of
the n?B and water prob- the Ontario Townaite company Bat-
iidJOrurnrl to meet Tuesd-iy urday afternoon It was determined
. .ir Mr the ii. stlon
Director Determine to ftwalt War's
F.imI Hefore Disposing of laical
Holding Plaaui Incomplete.
roeolTod lavish encores and deserved, "oa of all committea named In Mal
prals. Tha antira seating capacity " County will be held at Vale, Ore
wu sold out before th doors were ion. on Wednesday, March II, at two
opened and many bought standing o'clock, p. m.. On of Oregon's big-
room The proceeds amounting lo men win oe nsre irom i oruanu
about 1200, after expenses have been address this conference and make
deducted, will he presented to the j M"l arrangement for the drive
local Red Cross. I which Is to take place on the 6th of
Mlas Viola Husted sang the leading April. It Is deIrd that all oom
,rol. Her solos brought forth par mltteemen be present and the public
tlcularly favorable comment from all j 'n general Is Invited to thin confer
who heard her Misses Mary Meaaee once.
and Brma Von Readon. as Impee
Winner in Northeastern and South
eastern Oregon to Meet for Fast
en Oregon CbamploBahip,
Next Friday evening at tha High
School auditorium Wallowa High
school's debating team and the team
Light and Old Suiiaw
a; plaot. l
it. Qfe Tiii
la Wa '
being found thct
bridge win In-
ay a site up
nbar and Kress
ed and declared
nable llgure waa no further action
made the most
to place the holdlncs of the cunmanv ' tn"lr Prt. Those who sang the
with a trustee until conditions na- minor parts gave the principals ex
tionally and Internationally ire more c"Hnt auport.
Betted J. W. McCulloch attorney Th Flaming Arrow, the Fairy and
for the company waa en powered to ! " Ohosi dances were among the
prepare plans for the trusteeship and i fAturM particularly pleasing.
was taken by the Tn" accompanying orchestra, rom
i posed of Miss l.uella Callln. piano.
Th following, which Is Incomplete representing Ontsrlo will battle for
Is ii portion of the committees named the forensic championship of Eastern
from the various sections of the Oregon. With thsf honor goes the
county. privilege of entering the flnala In the
llrogan J. A. Kennedy, Chairman. State High School Donating League
Ja. Morfltt, Tom Logan, Melvin Kel- and to debate the wluner In Weatem
C. E Ken yon find. H. C. Whltr R w Jones, violin, and L . V . Shlmlk,
worth of Welser who with C. A. Trow , drums, was In excellent form end de
of this olty are directors, ware in served the unuaual amount of corn
attendance at the mooting. The ' mandatlon they received,
presence of Mr. Whltworth waa a M," Msma Bongo, supervisor of
distinct surprise to his Ontario friends music In our public schools, directed
for they bad been under the Impres- nd trained the youthful performers
slon thai he waa still 111 from the
effect! of sn auto accident of a wok
Tbaptrr la $14041 Better Off a IO
.all f flgV Kverj one ha
'and B' "" """" ""
re til Uaal ngtsl
ft w iw
big crowd proooajt,
tlo laal Saturday
nnOalifiet seee. ,
effort the local
raloived and pro- '
e work this aum-
. - . a t
a from in annual
C. H. & M. CO. HAS
BIG YEAR AND GROWS
New M ibrei
llovs wtee H.wvm ii,.
Ttaao ay Matfce Wa of
tlo- MU.O III I
and ahould no congratulated on the
aurceaaof the production. Thla la
feature of our arhoola that should be
continued and encouraged.
The following characters In addi
tion to those metloned above took
Pudgoe, Wudgae and Kudgeo
Eunice Foater. Elinor Wood aafl
Flamla Arrow Dosveer IUim
Firm Wharli nndVr. Opal Rawl. Vella fronln,
Oladya Overatreet. Ethel McWIII
lama and Mary Bervln.
Uuoeta Helen Dunbar. Helen
Crowley, 0. Cook, Chairman. J. K
Venator. K. N. Dhalo, J. M. Orell, J.
S. MoCumaOy, Committeemen.
Ironside Ernest Locey, Chairman,
W. J. Hinten. 0. E. Rutherford, Ell
Rosa, James Weaver, Committeemen.
Jnntura David Graham, Chair
man, William 1. Allen, Daniel Gal
lagher, William Jonoo, A. F. Master
' Nyaaa Frank D- Hall, Chairman,
J. Hoy del I. Tho. F. Coward, Dr. J. J.
Saraxln. S. D. (Joahert. Committee
men Jordan Valley F. i. Palmer, chair
man, T. T. Kahout, W. R. Helm. Kred
L. Johnaoa, J. B. Duncan. George S.
Anderson. Mary lackey. Croaaa
Haley of Ihe Caldwell Horse . ,,.,, ,.. i.n rv-...-
a. i . ..... ... : ". l"1"" """ " """
,,,....,..... Maa oompany waa In Ontario ia.t
d at the sale , week wearing a Mw "meaauring
fted to gather for ' ,.mn" . whioh h i. v rv urou.l H
i 44Mltli time and people. ta ,tranga stick with It concealed
bom all the Eoaatorn L,e) rod wn,cll g,,, ,. neceaaltv
The Boulevard of gUMan ,ow many hand high a
real "hoaa" la. Of course horse buy
era never guess
After displaying his stick Mr Hal
ay talked about the C. H. a. M. Co
which 1 represented here by A Mc-
ibooo nil Lor started the
wop Oi if force a well
end and Kingman
too waa wall repre-
rowd njoyi'ii n- ...:. mh.
Williams and hlch has purchased ao
gmmHgHnoa auara m W i i aa A ai
,.m- '". -w.w """ many auimaiw in mi. eectlon on war
while of coura tho contract The company reoelved a
in some other caeca v g ro,llr,r, , wh for K00 , a
nd everything went Md had u f,eJ thrM ifiyn
time resulted for ..Tl no( ,.. ,d Mr ,u,-y
"we handled SS.StO head of horsea
Dickons ft Miller, ,na ,., w,c, w-re DUrchaeed at
an. tloneer and waa ay,rag prlc, of $118.
inning fir of repar- Th., dU! no, fr-... ,i1B aaaamslaa:
wn In good humor .. IIn,ii i, ,,.l hi ,.r...n . u...
til th last article roUfllg tne reJt agd found that It
ting him were P J man, th, iuue M 0ldwell had
Tunny. E. M. Grelg, ,. tne can.er . huvina nmnm
M Grelg, and ,,.., i,ii.ii.i II MltAA in... ...,
. T, ..,.. ...v.... .....
And then Mr. Haley just kept right
on handing out the dope and atarted
talking about big additions and the
fact that the company la going lulo
sheep and cattle now and ha buyer
Fairies -Margaret Blackaby, Ruth
Human, Alice Dornian, Alice Bervln,
Indian Chief Paul MeCul... I,
Soprano -Oladya Emlaon. Delta
Hill, Huth McCulloch. Mrnret
Oram, I.uclle Hagaus, Dorothy Tur
ner. Altos Opal Farley, Myrl Blng
Iisiii. Helen Bloni, Marie Keller l.ola
Howaer and Helen Caldwell.
the Junior Red
.INK l IN I ItA.Nt K AND
ANOTHKIt KNIUMTK THIHWKKK
Oregon for the Grand State Cham
pionship Ontario ha been awarded the
champion' hip of Southeastern and I
Wallowa by defeating Joseph, Enter-j
prise and l.aOranda. won the cham
plonahlp of Northeastern Oregon
Mlas Clara Craig and Wealay Glenn I
will repreaent Ontario and uphold
the affirmative of the queatlen: Re
aolved: that at the end of the preaent
war tit- .'nlted SiHies ahould entor a
league of nations with power to en
force the decisions of ita Internal Ion
Atorney Frank 1) ltyan of Walaer,
Superintendent of School J.K. Tur
nr of Payatt and Superintendent nf
otarlo . L Adam, chalrniau. it n U. jajt- A in
( cKkrain Frank Itsder. K A. Fraaor.be nreeented and s chnrae will he
A. I. McDowell, Committeemen. mad to lt In defraying cxpomao
Parma. Idaho (Big Bend Country Tho local team has been coached gj
and Kingman Colony) Guy John- Prof. L. L. Culbettson and Miss Cath-
Thirty Ontario huslnos man met
this noon at a hurriedly aMTiiiiged
luncheon at the Carter Houso for tho
j first of a series of noonday m.ciingn.
' Th director determined on tho
mooting at a session on Wednesday
for tho purpose of arousing Interest
In tho building of tho Succor creek
road to Jordan valley, which waa
promised by the county court last
year, but which wa not started.
The people of that section aakod
th club to cooperate and to urge ao
tlon by tho court and since that body
Is now In seaslon at Vain action had
to be taken at once.
At the same time It wan deemed
,i.i !:. I.I.' to secure reports rnlatir
to the progress being made toward
entertalnllg the Cattle ft Horse
Rslser's association next month, snd
to take advantage of the presence of
Knglneor Louis C. Kelsey to present
to the husinnsw men the proposed
water works plans.
C. C. Wilson, chairman of the
County Oood Roada aaaoclatlon, was
present and a resolution he had pre
pored urging tho State Highway com
missioners to spend Kastern Oregon's
portion of available funds was pas.
Gus Moser, who Is a cnndldnte for
th Republican nomination for Gov
ernor, was preaent and in a tlve mm
: ute addreaa dlacuaaed the atate road
situation. Short talks were made by
J it Blackaby, who reviewed the his
tory of the Succor creek rod; c .
. Wtleon. who spoke on the general
reaolnilon. I' J. Gallagher, who told
U.I...M. Ulll... ..f 1. r.lllin will 1...
. --' la '-'-- ! iutid tha satar
A inusleaTpriOaTfR wtIT'
. . lainiueai oi uianuomra, mr. rt.mi-
who tlld what tha new water ays-
Rlvarsld Duncan Mcllae, Chalr-
Since the queatlon la sn llmely and
tbe fact that Wallowa has come so
Rockvlll and Sucker Loo Strode far tha school authorities feel that
Chairman, Final McKensie, Andrew , large audience ahould greet them and
Greely, Alvin S Moas, Richard King,
Vale O. F. Wildharbor, Chairman,
It II. Dearmond, C. C. Mueller, Brute
It. Keater, John Houston. Committee
men Wataon Frank Palmer. Chairman.
Woatfall Jack Fairman. Chalrmau,
Andrew tirabam, Chaa. Buah, J. L.
ljiiubefNou, Stewart Hanna, John
J. R. Blackaby, County chairman
thus encourage debating In the local
ONTARIO MEN HELD
ON BENCH WARRANTS
Mr and Mra J. S Milllkln of this
city have received word this week
thai their son Kenneth who la iu an
engineer regiment landed in France
The learned, too, that another son,
Damon, who wa for a tlsje at Amer
ican Lake passed thru Ontario on
one of the many troop trains which
went Eaatward last week
ilugle Item sold was
horse which H. H.
for, of course bunch
a larger cum: while
e sases for 15 cents ,n nlne western states and Is the big
gest horse and mule buyer woat of
Kansas City Wa believe him when
iwe that of the flg-urea While heudlag
out tha dope, Mr. Haley also added
ni.i-.-ii.r.i nr.r.11 w iu-j Hlli, Pavan ll.a l,n rlri.r
Sli..f.V dw. atM a.
... .,r. .fr mnn v U,,k " ' -' W k..
...... .uiniiwia, wm, ..at
the firm lor some years
: added to t
tered the fl
KAMTKKN OI1MJON I.ANH in
STAHTH WORK NKAR NYHHA
Work has been atarted mi the
development of the 1000 acre
rau.h which tho Kaslani Ore
gon I .mid company Is to put
under cultivation near NyaiM
tbja year. .Th company has
service of lugtey
sy, local repraaen-
Bompauy, ha soma
Haifa seed in his
days. It la aa
lur aubatitute, and
lad. This alfalfa
Irfo.l pedigree It
'per cent pure, thus
loaod seed waa not
an accident, for in
I"- "" '""' w'-t "'
Wig).' "W" ""r
boju sure.l Hi
SAVE YOUR TRINKETS
BOYS ARE COLLECTING
Indictments Itcuiiiieil by I ..I.. .1
Grand Jury at l".iillainl Prince.
Ion and Crane Men AImi Held.
teni will accomplish. Waller Glenn,
who told of the cooperation oc
county sn.. iiifii In the coming con
vention, and Judge lllggs. who dla
cuaaed th Chautauqua program and
the city'a duty to provide entertain
ment for Ita citizens and its neigh
bor. Thoae preaent declared theuiaelvea
In favor of making the luncheon a
regular feature of the cluh'a activ
ity and the details of the plan will kg
discussed at the next regular session.
The I'otninlllee appointed to aee
County Court and to cooperate with
similar committee from Nyaaa and
Vale on the Cuccor creek road la J.
It Illackah. II C lloyer. E A.
Frasor, Sam ('room and A Jaqulah.
United States Deputy Marshal V.
B. Tlchnor came down from Crane
Wednesday with William H Grant
of Princeton and C. A. Varlan of
Crane, agalnat whom federal bench
warrants were Issued In Portland by
Hoys la HUlli and Heventli Grade to the Federal Grand Jury Here h.
If you he an) old Jewelry, old
stiver or even heavy plate, that la
not In uae, and which will probably
not be used; again, there la way in
which you an make it do good ser
i Ice for your country.
Miiiiinon on W A
ii Mullen, iii.ikriu ...
respectively on Hi"
Drive for MI Jewel aerved similar
HaturtU). liensou snd W
and mall clerk
Messrs. Varlan, lienaon and Mul
len are held for hunting with n the
federal Game reserve on M.lheur
Itke and sportsmen of Ontario and
MANY BROS. CO. IS
READY TO GIVE HELP
i II fen. to QtvOjMatO ' from I a. Ii
Acre Hold U, llullil Itoarl to Iteacli
HI.IMMI Acre Project.
Stale Engineer Joliu A Lewis ha
'approved the plans of tint Many Bros.
a 'ells company for th develop
ment of Hie Jordan Valley project,
lwlil.lt Is .ilrea.1v n-i-li-llv iuin.1 i ... I .
....... u.i... lit. ...... . i..... ..........I I. I
lane woo imrwiM. nave iiuiinn in
,. , . j . ... ... ... w.
i can lie a.iueu ui ine iieasuie. umi icliiliy are deeply uueresie.i in
ttitkA Tvliilfl h'liinl " ulil,.i iu IkMln ,1... i i.l .. II..I. .... Ili.ru .
. .MU ..... MW. ...... , ........ . (III- O.I,,, ,11.,- 1, I 1...-I. 1.. 11. V.. ..-
Iiroill m HI fll-ie sold up lO 9HVVU
I'uder the terms of the agree
ment the company Is to set aalde flfi
leafed by the hoys of Mrs Pox and (atlng a difference of opinion cone
Mr. Ho in an a rooms in the Grade cerulug the houndaryliues of die re-1
school. Th gooda which they col- serve
leet, and they will start their drive Grant la held ou a far more sen
Saturday will be seut to a mauufac- ou charge, so II Is aaid. ilio the de-
3e bojn soaured llnf srvlce of lttigley ,.(, jewer am the money recelv- t aailM are not known ll Is believed
lid 00 Jrokes. formerly In chaise of ., , u g,ven ,( a(, e Junlor ,,ed , fce ,, (0 be (ped ((( ,.,,,... ,row,g
t'lf Mt3 ln ,,ie aacrainento (.rOM ,u ( u.ed , (he purehltHt. of lout of ,,,, po81M,Minon f B reo.ulah
w .-...-.. . - ... .
; NyffiA 18 mnftD IN A
: GWAT WAIT Of REl ORH J
' At a mooting i
of the Nyaaa city
a war Unit: uau was w
hllc daaoe hall; a
1100 nor month lleinaa waa nro-14a-l
PMipl hall and a general
0 valley, and whose agricultural
4 experience waa first gained In
t hi 111 in
Agslrgaa. grid ' has an
shaiMwof hol work
daiice m tojie SuHt onSl
tha addition of the
aro no- w'lhal It waa dm Pof
That, thaav have
bfri,y -rm, fbayfUtoo
.1 Kertu 1
.td g m n ii
Ufa waatefl ,Nle it
, folio wftg
', - '- "- da4a.
the boy an lo bs't
-Jason oiber-w near. Jar
If aaVl, 1st the caaVajbr feies tingle Ju
it oidraatlc blawl A w a kt Ffc IfK
1e Jool go II clnael tie aVvlw Ixospthi
The Paaaaa nim ordl-"
machinery which the
l.suKkt last fall tile
completing the ground for sjsnpg
will he speeded up.
"eTTo the company's holrtfV
aaa It will be, LL hUgfst
H4'e 1 tie .-lui.'.i iii.
alleyywih ttrd poaeAle
n of ffie JM'oo.l lioldiuis
materials for the Belgian relief work
which th flrls of Ihese roomii aie
SERGEANT FRED CANHELD
HOME ON SHORT EURLOUCH
iiient of a claim of a man named Olaf
Wick, whose whereabouts is now up.
Thru their attorneys, Brooke It
Gallagher, all of the men appeared
before United States Commissioner
Stearns and 0v l.all for appearance
in the Kedral Court.
H4Mrn.KtK.Klt DoVAWfl CJKNI
AKD THIRTY DAVH, TOO
Fred Canfleld, who uow wear the
awots ofithe sergeant In the alg- Mc(..rly who
I corn t'j 8. A., la hare this wKk i.u. . '-- -
w L - -, - . ii.'t.in o. -lutuci ll iiik
on aiurlougfi to ee his family
u the service but a snort
wheel of his auto when Marshal Far-
mar hailed him a month ago. drew
tlrajVh ha traveled high In the nou- 1300 snd thirty days when tried by a
ranks and exnecls to aa sort ice Jury In Judge- C. M Stearns court
ovr-eos before long. , today. IU case waa appealed
acres and I III from the balance of
31,000 acres lo build a road to th
The company has dojotarod ita de
sire for the road up Succor i reek '
, that its lands will he open (at sen!
menl Already tin- canals h.i.e h. . .,
ibuilt and the company Iiuh r. -.-.enroll -'completed
to .are for N.OUO ucron .l
.land this season, and all of thla has
I been sold
The addition oi that body of land
to the irriated area of Malheur con..
ty is the biggest piece of developi.o
undertaken in years aul ll for thai
reason that Ontario and S'ysaa are
anxious tiial the County Court pro
vide a mean of reaching that scith.n
without compelling traveler to go
tWo over into Idaho
The tegular montly buKines- mi
Iiik of the l-adles' Aid society of lh.
M K Church held thla uftornou
society voted lo dlscnntinae the sji