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ONTARIO, MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY JULY ft, 1918
SATURDAY, JULY 13
TO BE ARMENIAN DAY
ONTARIO TO TAKE ITH HMVKK IN
aii roa mwirimi kor
ntahvino victims of
BROCAN AND IRONSIDES LEAD
Ho, llerlrt Livingston Isaal l.alr
nuui Hewdquarter to Be Op i
for Conventace of People; Solicit
or to Polio l' Campaign.
Saturday. July ID. will be Armn-
BvM Day In Ontario Haadijaartara
rtl !" op. ihmI hm iii t:
campaign lor i lit i "ii i
public Tin- oommlttM bollard
l poaaa Is becoming a
Inn d-n on i 00) mil gal i h-
will coin- iorw.ini 'Oiiiit o I i t llo.v
tin- cunip.ilun flat Ut
a committee will follow lh volun
lav and solicit fund.
At the meeting mldr. .1 I'tldno
eveulug at Dreamland by Dr. M. U.
Papatian and J J Handsakar a con
trlhullon wa taken and Ontario
pledged approximately $H26 Thla la
Inn h hturt for the city No definite
quota haa bean established but the
.oiMinlttae hope lo raise more than
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llcogaa tiOadki Count).
As usual, llrugau and Jaiuleaon
folks are to the for." In this reii-M
movement. There In We evening
over $00 waa raised rtonalda hu
already MMMN over ISO
To handle Ho- local campaign a
committee consisting of Itev l.lvlnr-
ston, chairman. W W Wood, II 11
Cockrum, II It Rouglana. Albert
Clrrlstlansan. J C. Mcfrelghl and rj.
K Aiken meet Monday evening.
Further tleulla of the campaign will
be given next week.
Ktlll. I.CMHNOHAM MAUK
gl AHTFRMASTKR IN I . S
rioioi , Svlss I'odJtfl Ml the Home-
In a leii. 1 1.. his father i.ud lool.,. r Ull, Mx,,, Quartette Tliere will 1st
Earl l.ndiugham, ho is stationed,,, ,ull()r , hautauqua and other feite
aow at Hi .mil ton. IS 11
promotion 10 the rank
(old of his
of yuan 1
master. Klrst-Claaa, in the U. 8. K. ,
He said loo that he liked life in in"
destroyer flotilla, and as aiixioux
tor Hie coming of the day when ih
would be transferred to the fighting
Hi; Y WS8
Mlsa Alice Durmau relumed Home j
S ediiesln noon iiiiiu rortlanii aftir
a visit of several weeks there wlltl
her friend and former smIkkIii.
Miss (jwendolyn Newton Mis
ii . ndolln returned with her and Will
1-11 here for a hlle.
Word wa received l ol. 8. F
Taylor a few days ago from his sou.
Samuel Taylor, that lie would Ijg 1,1
Ouiarlo to lslt for a fe days In the
near future lie is at pre... .....
li.a In Markay. mano wni.r on ins.
eay here from llulle. Moutana
Miss Anna Hulllvau
by her son John spent the lourth in
Natupa the gueet of Mrs. SiillUun -
sister and brother, Mr and Mr
II Hunter, at Hie DOWO) Palace
Lieutenant Douglas Campbell,, ef
Caliternla, th f.ret Amelcaa trainee
asiater ta be badly weuadeo n battle
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YEAR IN HKRVICK RIIK TO
ARTHI'R MOORK'H UKIf.il r
Sergeant Arthur Moore, ton 'if
Major Moor, and a member of the
first group of volunteer to leav
Ontario In April 117, arrlved-ln On
(arlo Sunday evening on a 16 day'
furlough. That tit year In Unci"
Ram' army ha proven beneficial to
him 1 evident. Ha I 20 pound
heavier and hli condition would add
little joy to the Potsdam bunch
Sergeant Moore has been In the
clerical department at Kelly Field
almost continuously since enlistment
but has been recommended for trans
fer to the urtlve airplane branch and
I awaiting order to take the exam
ination. He haa, however, enjoyed one trip
In the clouds and declares, "It la the
Ufa." At about 6,ooo reet thla old
earth looks ike a gnat, Sergeant
BUY W 1.1
MANY FINE NUMBERS
ON LOCAL PROGRAMS
(IihiiImiiiiim uitoi-a Will Have op-
h.ii unlit to llciir N. Phiti
Jones. Mnlfj II. lira) nml
aplte of the fact that it lias not
bean greatly heralded
Chautauqua program Is to be a good
one. i ins is in dies too oy mo per-
sonnel on (he program, which hrgln
0 jy 17 allu Pud, jniy f j
p, JonBBi w, appears on th
opening evening. Is one of the . ..in.
,r(1 graataat wit. He telle
iruili with a funny turn to It and gats
,l meuagi- home with a laugh
w,, . laugh Ptnley II. Gray an. I
,, John. Sohleskl. and Kdgar 8.
Klndley complete the Hat of lectin
,,, and ,,,,, f ,,,, , -,,
lln,i w be both entertaining anl In-
The musical feature of the woek
Include the Ituth Kunner orchestra;
Serenaders' Ulae Club, The Cha'.i
tauqua Artlals; Hland's Colleglain ;
urea of big summer session
aaal sale wll i-tart next week
III W S H
SOLDIER BOYS ENJOY
Knooell 4otihooH Writes of 111. 01
I 1 alii 1 stone Houses and
K. Ht Caleb Ills Kye
Mr. and Mrs. C 8. Johnson tills
sock received the following Intercai-
lug letter from their son, Kiumeit.
o Bnde1 (n jrrBUCtl everal months
'W have Just had "chow' an I.
our physical exercises. Th sun lo
shining out bright The weather la
Ina der,.,.,,,,! Bn(j i,bv ea of
night and nice and warm throuv I.
tba day Every thing is built m
stoae here lu France, stone Iiuum-
aud stone walls everywhere 1 have
en iiu lumber except a little thai
l.tcle San. has brought oygr for some
buildings such as Y. MCA '
Ktciything la green and covered with
grass, vines and trees, even the walls
built many years ago.
I have learned a few words of
already. We are camped on
green grass and are In our dog tenia
1 suppose ! will have to explain them
Tbey are little A tent Juat arge
enough for two men tu crawl lu to
sleep. No one haa received any mail
0.1 1 expect we will get some soon
e'a not much new. The New
1 York Herald ha a branch edition
1 here for the genefit of the sol-
idler I sappoa you get all the new i
I that we do There haa bean no siek
1, ess since wa laaded hare. Th
i.i u vary good aad the climate
could uot be beateu so far. There
of wild black
berries after while Tba paople
bare raise Una gardens and do..-
1 hey keep good milch cows.
have small farms of five or tan acres
laid oat in nusx any shape. Their
(fences are all stone wall covered
I with dirt and grown over with graH
land tin. '
Directors Plan on Pipe Line for
and Hi Protection Will Clianur
Many Pro Hum.
An extension of the city water
mains to the Fair Ground to furnish
pure drinking water to patrons, and
also to furnish means for fire pro
tection to the $20,000 worth of prop
erty on the grounds la the Improve
ment contemplated for this year.
Means of accomplishing this sr
under consideration now.
No White Hour Premiums. . . .
Wl"ii the directors started to re
vise their premium IIhI thai found
thai prize were offered for breads.
. etc , mil
flour t II 1 0111 no Malli.Mir I I
woman could . 0111 pete Tor 11
prist violating -eo
lation-. -,, in,, prizes are to ! r
lien are to lest (heir skill III
oik good hronds, c
No Ioiiiii tlilo patriotic efio.l
on Hi.' part of Hie fair board will
1 ure more interest among the ci
than did I lie old prize
Assistant Secretary II It. DOMl
lass Is now Hating the premium 01-
fers anil Is meeting with great to.
'oee giving tisurance of pi.-nn ol ii
lin-meni aaf offered to contest-
CRIME OF ARMENIA
CHARGED TO KAISER
Munler of Nearly One Million Iiino
1111 Christians PIsmiomI ami Abet
ted by (itrniany. Hays Speaker.
The second meeting In Ontario ad
areeaed by l)r M. O. Papaxlau at
Dreamland last Friday evening the
crime of murder was definitely laid at
tha door of the I'otsdam pli.o..
Kaiser Wllhelm. The charge w us
drawn In specific term. That the
perpetrator of the outrage will suf-
fer the penalty, the speaker deflat
ed, la no leaa certain, for the sill.
will win thla war.
lu reviewing the history of the
preaent war and Turkey's participa
tion therein l)r Puparlan praaanlvd
facta that should be known by every
American who would realixe the 111
ture of the nemy ae are fighting to
day In part the speaker said
"Turkey had no Interest in thl
war Her commercial Interests de
manded that she remain neutral and
the majority of her statesmen urged
the Sultan not to Intervene
"England has always been Tin
key's historical friend She pr 1
tactad her from annihilation at the
band of Russia lu the Crimean .-
and on other occasions Russia 011
the tober hand was Turkey s hlstort
M w y-t tbmm , ,, ,
1114 advised Turkey to remain
of the ring of fire, offeriag aa a re-
ward that they would guaraute.
i national Integrity. Thla was the
greatest opportunity ever made am
Sultan, yet he refused It.
"it waa the plan of the K.
that a Jihad or Holy War of all tf
hautuimlaan dgalnat England wou .1
follow the call of the Sultan who lo
Calif of Islam Hut the Islamic
world did uot rise at the call of 111'
; Sultan aud the world was spared Ho
sight of 26U,UU0,OUU Mohaiumeile.i-
in Asia aud Africa fighting again
England and her allies The Iwi
most disappointed ineu in the mmt 1
were the Kaiser In Berlin and Hi.
Sultan in Constantinople,
kaiser's Pleaa Fall,
"What ha Turkey galued in Ulh
war The Turkish-German eampui..
'again! the Suet canal aud Rgypi
a flat failure The Aagl-
army ha captured I
Huudr-.i at thousand.. ...
eoldler have tallen in 1.
Ikey today Is nearlng stai . .. ...n
"No matter h.
key will eonie out tenth In
Uermaay win, whi.t.
.ablu, It Is aaaolui I
thai she will impose tuu.i,
atraJigulatlou on Turkey
"If tbe allies win. aa ihey will t
means the political disintegration
Turklab uiaruel in Europe.
(Coutii-ued on qag I 1
MORE MEN LEAVE EOR
CAMP LEWIS FRIDAY
Hill lie (liven IMnner soil Kei.titial.i
nimt by laical I liiimlttr. llryulsi
Organisation to Be hiriiinl.
Thlrty-elght mora men will leave
Malheur county Friday evening for
Camp Lewis They ara the first of
tbe July quota. On July 22 another
group of will leave.
A committee or cltlxens I prepar
ing to give the boy a good send-oft.
Everyone should be at the station for
tha farewell. Plan are now helm;
considered for the permanent organ
Itatlon of a committee to arrange for
lutuie farewells This . ominltte,.
will probably consist of a representa-
C bo. lie, I untie II of
Defense. Had Cross, CltJ DUOi
leiift Min llroHti and Hi.
or the lonil hoard li calling Ii
who had hcen tenipoi.irlh
and other who hud nol POtfl
uiUJilcated with the loi si hoaid after
seeking special service, succeed, d bj
flHitig Hie July culls withoui
log the Class One men II..
till aeven left In the class, but the
wBI he needed ss alternatives. In
tact they will probably be need".l bg
for tha July 22 men go, for a nun.
bar of men in the June list l.sve 1 1
III 'V W
VETERAN AUTOIST ON
LONG SUMMER'S TRIP
IN inland ..ml California Womi
Roll. Over Klgl.l.i Yer of Age,
Making into Trip to tcllou-
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oldest touring autolats on
autolats on record,
Mrs. Maria Newton, aged It, .0 '
Helena. California, ami Mrs l.ucludu
Rue, aged If, of Portland, Orss.o
with Mrs Newton s sou. Pro
M. W. Nee loo, aud Ills sou John war
guests of their hrothr, K .1 11. 1 1 1
thla city. They left this week for ..
trip thru ellowtuiie pud lo HI. mi
dive, Molilalia, from th.11.ee Kiev will
drive hack to St Helena
Daaplte their year both Mrs
toil aud Mrs. Hue are active. TMJ
gite demonstrations every day of
heir ability as cook by getting all
the meals for tbe party aud doing
their share of the work 1'rol. - .0
Newton, who baa 1 harge ol lit
aalrouo.ii) departiue.it of a Caltfor.
nla college, waa sent to cheliail .
Wsshlngtou, lo study the asHpt 1 an. I
started from there ou the trip ggraa
BUY W .8.8
Mr and Mrs J l( lllu. kaiiy a.ol
daughter Margaret aud Ml - Ms
Plait left Sunday luurnliiK tor loi
dan Valley where they will Mslt the
next ten days They made 11,. ir..
la the car
Word has lieati received here by ill
brother and sister from Crull orcutt,
who left last Monday lu the d.s
that he passed sll examliiai 1...
ifstt.oll .mil has Keen mad.' .1 col
poral In tba medical corps
M M hush of Hie Sludchas
ret urn.. I Iron I'ocalellu Suud..-
a bar beaa lot .....'
day aud liere he purchao-.l .1
ranch which he Intend lo mot.
Mr and ill
.irio i.-.st -.. .... fl un.
.iintor of Vol
111 Ontario Tu4 -
Mr and Mr A
ator. Oregon, war
Judge aud Mrs Davl aud . I.ildre 1
were Vale visitor la Ontario Satu.
HHK HIRNS CROP FROM
TEN ACRES WEDNENHA '.NOON
Fire, said to have caught from nu
engine spark, destroyed tbe crop on
ten sere at the Prank I, Hardinan
ranch south of town Wednesday.
That the loss was not greater was due
to the fart that the wind was not
blowing Neighbor assisted In con.
quering the blaao.
Ill v W 8.8 -
HALF OF QUOTA FOR
W. S. S. IS PLEDGED
Director llellete. However, Tliat Dis
trict Will Buy Fall stlo.0.1,. Worth
Itiii'liig Vear't otinlr
has raised gpt
.,1 ul III quota III
8. bool diiilct No X h...
.ipproxlini.tely thai well, too
Nyssft and .il.. ure ill Ontario's clagg
wlille the country districts, such gg
liro.ran. Jainleson, West fall and Iron
side slid Cake are "over th
Cougty Chalrmsn W F II
fter revlewhiK the results suid.
"I don 1 mind aaylng, after recel.
ng Hie reports that llrogan, Ironshl. .
Westrall st.d Cake are certainly in
he I nlled States
nr course In the dry land fsrm
Ustrlrts we did not expect the people
to .,.111.. up I., the quoia
not a crop. They ran I
The In. ...
tin -b i
they have a hard time to make a li
The local coui.ulltee headed h
II lxon aud the fire men. Is dlsw.
pointed at the showing made School
dh inn f s pledged ... 112, ouo oi
lis HO.MftO, Not all the r 1
were In, however, and It Is believed
itha total pledge hIII go to 120,000
I h, I nines beleves thai the
.dlstrht will take the .mire 110. 00')
during the rag for there . nun
who buy slumps r.uuliirlv who aid
not -imi ple.lce caid- Mar i Hit
ramualxn Ontario had pur. based
more 11111 nan me stumps so.u 111 ir.
Itl'Y W SS
ONTARIO'S FOURTH IS
BOTH SAfE AND SANE
With No I eebratloii Hen 1 111. n- '...
lo Rrogu.t, II. K Rei.il. 11sdl.
ale, U elser
Rolse and Hie Hill
l.niario is spending a fjBM r.onii.
ih.i. is noilifc.. dolus toda
loon or two a small flrec racket bgfj
a nut pop oUKgestiug the "fjatsfl "l.l
days,'' and her and tln-re a hoi hu- a
toy pistol That Is all we haw n. in
dlcuie thai this is the itieat. 1 lay of)
he yeat tin mo h atis
Moat everyone In loan to Coiuuill
Ho IliahgWtg 1- oui 01 101.11 Mai.)
' wont In IfraCM, other 10
.,,,. .,n, BJj liend TaM evening
,.... . , .. n At. ...lia II111 pernaps Hi
maj..ni .If 1 he lamllles ami TMpa
.,1 nMBlMog mill. 'I in pi' -n I ..-il"s In
the hills Taken ull in all. II . f 1.0.
Ontario's tourth is I. oil. ...
BU. J I
Mr and Mrs Irwin Iroxell a,.
children Ml and M.. I.
I 'relglil. MtM KH.l It, M'
II ' InS-ll. .Hid
Kdgar . "' fnaml
a j.ii pariv ol pi
tba fourth in thi
. .rtl was r. Mr H
Uhitworlh I- aa 1
i.-il Pgl 1 I.. .. tl
11 Is ami 1.0 .
and Mis Jim Coihiui ai. !
'lug Ho- last of the week for Call
loriiia In re Mr 1 ounor I. a
'd a poattlou antl where Ihey In'-
-nske tl.atr fui .
Mia Dorothy lev eland Was
Ing here til pant weak from tba lu
PUMPINC STATION IS
SUBJECT FOR DEBATE
mm - con -it CK01 trait
I 'II ANON f CONSTI;, ( Tln
PLANS Ot KR PRtrTI I' ll
i:oinecr kfxhi .
sewer ordinance ai, roved
iMiperty Owners Protect AjcaJnvi
(srn Water IMtrli. mtlng Oft
Irrigation Supt iaa Water Rate
Con older, I. hu ,, It, ,,
Tot (he ftral time tu the past two
year Mayor w .ilD wa calld
upon to break 1 1 1. ..1 . at
. hsiom ,.f 11 . . .lCU
Ills vol... loo, determined an Inter-
.(liest of J A
Draper, im iu th mtntf for
iiihilng ol u iplng gUtli
tliui he he peimiM.,; i proceed will.
the construction in 4 ...inn. r not it.
puo-d l.v Knglm-ei Const Kei
i) ' l. Tj aAJTW d.-i hied th.
q I fa I the englMdr.
The motion to grant Mr Draper
requeat wa made by CouneUn.aa K.
Van Pettao. alio look office thai
evening, awocoadlng Ray Wilson
, Those who voted 11. favor of the
llou ware Utmac.lmaa Canheld..
i'-tten and Rn.iaot. ; those agalnt
were Councllmen Corkrum, Lelaon.
Turner and Mayor Home 11
Hi.rlag the debate ( ounollman
Coukrum declared that consiru
probleuia wore mailers beyond hi
personal knowledge and It waa foi
expert Mppajia that Mr. Kelaey wa
I hired and he could sea 110 reason for
taking the matter out of his Innid
ICo.i.icllmen Canflald aud Van I'.,
ton argued that the method -ought
be used by Mr llreper would make
no real dlfferanoe.
Engineer Kelaey declared thai he
bad but one thing to say and Hit
"Thai If the I oiuirll Is lo
uilt contra, toss to cot. Mi
body and overrule his plans there w
no need for the cily lo pay lor I
1 oushler Water Rales.
I in- puu.p tiOUM quaatlon as Inn
one of many which Hie Comoll
Idered. Karl. It. the session ll.
seselon Hie mailer of s si.r sup
inlendent kas up 1.0 ooualderatbn
and also that ol wait rate No
Unite actio. 1 was tsk.-i. 011 , : I -r I. 1
, the water comuilliee was hisiru
to proceed to hire a supci lul .-u.'
Ill) Mill Tap M
In or.hr that a uniform ran
lie charged lo all p..l:..lo th- Coin I
decided thai the 10 ilsclt fUI
I the water pip. 1.. paUNMI pioperty
property lilies tor a
The mailer ot rates for i.ter in
large quaninie- 1.. Iba m.c. . .-.hoit
1. 111- was discussed lint no an
In 1 he ma i . : 01 . !...!. Ik ; nil Ir .
gallon rati ' oth tor i
iiail It as uii.irt 1.1 thai C
li'oiiiinueii on page 4 1
... it, ill. . I iggrtl. ipt.i'i
temnianilti el Ui ew American ligr
ing unit ot tw army .erpt raca.o.,
termed in Franc
ir ' o
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