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ONTARIO, MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY AUGUST 15, 1918
UR DEPARTMENTS TO
SCHOOL BOARD HAVING
TROUBLES OF ITS OWN
MALHEUR COUNTY BOYS
LEAVE TOR TRAINING
ACTION DEFERRED ON SHORT NOTICE GIVEN SCHOOLS OF COUNTY
EAST SIDE SEWERS
TO SHOW PROWESS
op ramom t cmaiu
Alv.OI H KXHIIHTH AN-
N'M RD BV FAIR
IRST IN EXHIBITION GROWS
WW of War 1 imhi Female an Well
aa Mate Kmplnymemt BlUMfw
by Resignation, in Faculty.
Fart That Till. Ha lU-i-n
Season. I'r-parnlk.n. Al
ly Made Indicate . renter Fair
III BNr llefore.
i u.usl number of of Acorn of the
1 department for the His
I been completed and at-nlgm-d
lite of the appsecnt busy season
inn lint of hiiji.-i in i ban unit
tanta have been secured and each
will Iim looked after tf
tha plan of Assistant Hccre
uglass who liaa this mm tar in
that the superintendent of
department apportion tin- time
Ontarlo'a achool board la having
trouble of ita own. Like every eni
ployar of skilled or profe.lonsl labor
It ia finding that It cannot kaep help
During tha paat fair wwki there has
ban regular epldemfc of reslgna
tiom in the faculty, rnmn of which
will he hard to til
The principal trouble la had In tha
High School faculty. It la impossible,
ao It seems, to aecura male help to
teach manual training and take
charge of the military drill. Oil
man elected to the position wired
the day after he waa elected here
that he had been elected to the High
School at St. Joieph, Ml , al a aalary
that Ontario could not reach In
oraaaaa have bean offered other mem
hern of the High Hchool faculty who
have not an yet resigned here
in the grade faculty the hoard re
ceived the resignation of Misses
Luell Callln and II nth I'urrell. each
I n v. ung Men Kntrnin for Technics! Smaller Lateral IMatrict Proposed
Schools New Call (tut for Re- Instead of Trunk Hewer District
erulta for Camp 11 To Originally Planned Anotlnr
I-eave August M. Meeting Monday.
Big Malheur county and four Har
ney county men entrained In.t night
for Portland and 8pokane, where
they will take technical training for
department army aervice. Among
the Malheur county boye were: La
Kua Hlackahy, Herachel llrowne,
ladd ('randall, Shade Overstreet.
Reuben Hanielson. and Thomas Skin
ner. There were four Harney coun
ty bpya in the party ii
Augwt MUi fall.
A call haa been aeot out for the fn!
lowing 1 1 men to report at Vale at 9
a iii . Auguat 26th, to he Indin -led
Into tha Mi I entrained for
Camp Lewis: Jamec l'v i lliuml
ton, Nyaaa; Lloyd Kenneth Johnson,
Payette; Iater V Lemon. Mid Vale;
Clinton Beethoven Hill, Harper; win
him Murphy. Beulah; Lloyd E d
munaon, Wes'fall; Andrew Petrr.on.
Vale; Robert Jamee Manning, P.iy
of whom haa secured commercial ,ette;
to take their plaeea.
TO AID H. S. PUPILS
of wapfrlaa dent to Help Hi..
4eeita Work Hi all Way Thru
second Hat registered on June S,
Sheriff Name K. II. Teat. C M.
Slcetrn and l H. Kmlwin Chief
ltlati for Oularlo I'rc-
clecta They Select II, h . .
city school la planning to put into
operation thin fall a plan to aid high Dc.piie the fact that congreaa ha
achool atudanta to find amploymrut ! not ,s. yet, enacted the new eeleetlvn
whereby thoea who find It neceeaary aervice law placing men from It to
may ram a part or all of their ax-1 ie and from SI to tl under the law.
pens, while .it. tiding ..hool hi On- preparation are almoat complete for
i.tlo quite a number of, .Indent l the reglatratlon of men In Malheur
from country dlelrtct have made 'county
large part of their expen.ee while In I ,-,,.- of .,. -,- Hh.f
In v ary probable !-. .j ..
i .. ,, a !- I lie 1 i,,wt , ,H
charlea Edward Schwnlxer.
the fli. day of the Pair nong IOTnpoymeI, B, enhanced salaries. Nyssa; Warren Stewart Parke. Vale.
rnctaia or in. or ner trepan- Mw ubjr -Bnwlck of joran Valley and Oeorge Blmer Hommock, Nyaaa.
ao that a maximum number t , d ,,, v.i,n Brown, alumni of! Rome of theee men were Hated In
lore may have ample opportunity tM )owl ,,,, ,mv- j,, M(M thi flrat reglatratlon and aome in the
y me rair.
.wing la the Hat of .tiperln-
ata and aaalataiit.:
KxhIMtion W. W. How
pertinent A. lloraea and Mule -
O. Moore, auperlnlendent: A
llllsm. and Dr II II Whitney
irttnent B Prank Weaver,
teadent. and J P l-ogan.
.t t cattle.)
irtmnnt C. ih.u J l Hlil
IMI D, Swine- N H. ('nailer '
iteudaat; C. P
int E, Poultry Qraaaru
iteadent. and (laorg.i
and Rev. H. I. Living.!. n.,
Laekay, general .uperlni.n
p. rt im-iit P. Kami I'rn.l
Coukllii. .uperlntendent. and
laswe aad A tlramae. eii
ant P. Prull A Oramae,
dent; Orrln Boyer. V V
and I. Q Willi. a.lt..i
irtment H, Aplarv w m
Igton. Nyaaa. auprlnien.lriii.
ty nibl.l. . uxlKlaut
tli.ent 1, Pine Art. Mr. W
i. .uprilnit-nilent. and Mlaa
Dunbar and Mr I
irttueut J. Bread ami I'."
I llllllnguley. .upet
lr Ch. t'etenton. Mr li-
r.ixell and Mr. ;.. t)rm
it auperlnlen.t. i
nl K. Jelllee, aaned
and I'reaervaa - Mr Jihh.
.uperlntendent, and Mr. I'
igher and Mr J It Pot
iitnieiit I,. Needlework ami
ildery Mr. it O DrM
dent, Mr II Parmer and
luniii Criming. .Im.iii-
ni M, Knitting aad
M.rk Mi I M H hol
ideal ; Mr. H
II McCoy and Mr.
irtment M u
Mr. J. v.
Ill- mi Mr- n. MM II
iuglaaa, Mr Hugh Allan, aaaiat
ehool here and II
that the opportunity for .irh will
lienor thl. year than aver owing I .
the .carrltv of help of any kind In
Ontario due to the war
Kamlliee wiahlng to amp!
dent for their board, uuuaehold man
ager ueedlng girl, merchant, need
ing clerk, Ontario people needing
.indent help of any kind h
their need with Mr Hougla.a
who a ill i.l .- , .u.rge of tha plan until
I achool open aud thu aid In a w.
project By u.lng caru in re.
mending .tin: i.lttou. Mr
for the three Ontario preclaeta a
follew: Plrat precinct. K. H. Teat;
! second precinct, C M. Siearna: thlr.l
Ipreclnct. c It. Kmleoa. Theee men
were empowered to .hleot their aaaiat
ut. Mr Teat haa not named hi aa yet,
bat Judge Stearns aamed B. A
er .ml W I. Turner; Mr. Knn
named Prank Itader m I
The date of the registration which
wa. teulntlvely named aa Septemh. r
Ik.UKla. hope to make the bureau I "aen poaipuneo accoro.ng ..
1f ,rw ,lw. . dlapetcuee from Waalilngton
lent who dealre plaeea of thl. "- U he feot that several of the
.,rt during Um coming term should taa bad primary election on llun
place their application t mot rltk '' The eiact date will be Bad
Douglass. a Bi tj t'reaideatlal proclautatiui.
i.ureau will also uld atodnt 'he plaiea of reglatratlon In Ontac.l
wl.lilna to board or room in Ontario " '': ,,rl pre.-lnct. the usual
to find suitable place i'eople hat
lug room to rent or wishing to takn
.indent, to hoard .hould tuka advan
tage of the aervice of the b
Ontario's beet homes should be ope
n . v s
voting place; second precinct, CW
1111; third office of Kmiaon
d Adam, corner opposite poetofflce
01 w s.a
G. A. R. VETERANS
TWO HUNDRED ONTARIO LEAVE FOR PORTLAND
BABIES TO BE TESTED
The City Council, at a meeting held
last Monday evening postponed the
opening of the bids for the trunk sew
er system for the Bast side The bids
received were returned to the bidders
and action will be considered next
ThiH course wa taken when several
clt liens objected to the big district
and offered a an alternative plan the
formation o7 a lateral district to be
served thru the present sewerage sys
tem on the Went lde of the track
Th council after considering the
matter Instructed Knglneer I- '.
Kelerr to go over the district ami d
termlne whether or not the proposed
lateral district Is feasible He was
Instructed to have a report ready Mon
Cnuncllpian A. L. Cockrnm report
ed that Contractor J A. Hosklns has s
large quantity of excellent gravel
suitable for dressing Ontario's streets
Mr Hoiklns who was present at the
gf offered to sell and scatter the
gravel on the street for 13. tS per
yard. No action waa taken on the
offer but the street committee we.
Instructed to take (he matter up.
Recorder C. M. Stearns reported
that several request for permlslon to
connect with the new water system
had been made and asked for In
structions. The Council dedsred that
until the entire system Is accepted no
connection can be made.
COMMERCIAL CLUB TO
MEET MONDAY NIGHT
Many Matter of Interest to Hu.lue.
Men to I r Itrli.n ttudy for
Va.iderMn He Prnsent.
Young Mm Who Have Reached
Tweaty-Fl.rt Hlrtliday Since June
ft, IRIS, to Register on An-
gust 21th at Vale.
MB IX COMPKTITIOX LOOM f
COItU lltl TO Bf IHMHIKDS
OK S 'HOOL t H1I.IHM A I
t OtINTV FAIR.
SUBSTANTIAL PRIZES GIVEN
The Argus was sd vised this morn
ing by Sheriff Ben J. Brown that on
Saturday, August 14, the young men
or Malheur County who have become
11 year of age since Jnne f, 1918. i.nPM in ..f nt.
will appear before the local board at
Vale for reglatratlon under the select
ive service law. Failure to appear at
that time make every young man
liable for aevere penalty.
The reglrtrants will not have to
wait long for aerial number, or nnl t
numbers They will be given serial
i hoi students'
Out.lde Compel i
Psra.le I. Hrhcd-
One of the moat Interesting of the'
new features of the 1918 Mslheur
only a fe-v j n,rrh ,n tui
I luler I if t.rcMeli! n h.im following
p u ' on nl 0 Infant v.
I K.i.. . I Mr.
M s Ch
ktartnicnl r. BdaoTttontl Mt
Clark, .uperln Mrs i
tillfflii. Mi !i R We..... Hi.
cn i ul
lit It t .l.r
lhertoli. upe MM
r. -nd Mrs II I.
KIIY W SS
W I'ldtl, M1M Mae HU.it i.i
I'aullne Bllllugaley returued
1,1a v ff. Keall.) wnere
ones wa uow.'
lents for moving here
Houae to House (au.au In n
MkCXSJ Moll. el.' lull Hl.ort.
Int. ..III. Population
iiittat. from the Mothnr' club
It listed 1V Ontario hii
between the ages of lx inonili aud
six years. Theee babies will b
ed aud measured and otherwise tent
ed according to government regula
tion at the High School huildlng on
Friday aud Saturday, August II aud
While tOO halite were Hated the
coatniitteea are certain that uiauy
were missed thru tbe absence
home of tbe parent when the o
ttaes called. The parent, of u-h
urged to bring them to
Kvery one r the "Bdy t Hi
Till. Se-tiii to tlte.nl i i nu.p
usmn 11.1. Week.
i are no "old soldi'
tarlo Hit week Bvi
veterau. of the day ot
that is, those who wen
Iii Cortland, sitting at
fires Of Hie lilatKl Ami.
pui.iu- national eneawpu
The Skodux ol the
last week uul now thl
land from Ontario
members of W T Ibi
ii eoilnuod on page
J I : A. Coat
Barney Hull Mr. Kin
led the Judge to r
weeks at the seaaboi
After a Hummer's vacation the Com
mercial Club Is to hold an cvenlu-t
session next Monday evening. A
nnmber of important matters are to
come before the organisation for gov
.deration A large attendance la de
sired. At a meeting of the director last
Monday evening ararngementa wen
made to pay the expense of Cecil
snd Leo Thompson to the luter-Btale
Fair at Spokane where they repre
sent Oregon In a contest with t .
champion gardanera of Washington
There are two vacancies on the
hoard of directors due to Sam Creem
and A t Kiddle having )oiu .1
Uncle Sam's righting army. Also tin
position of secretary I. vscsut Thajsj
are to he filled ut.d the hoard I te
irrmliied to place lhe matter be
fore the membership for action
At the request of the Pair director,
tha I'reaideut appoiuted a commltt. -consisting
of II i' Hoy. i, W II
ami W L Turner to arrange with Ci
merchant of ih city to clo.e duiui,
the afternoon from II p'owet
until 6 p m during the Fair, Mini to
open again from & until 7.
SCOUT WHO WITNESSED
CUSTER'S f ALL HERE
i.i.,. i l. i hnfarr I ai.t Suntvor el
Little ll. Hie, to ancask
ti in .i i .ii l 1 1
I .. .:
i h.pin.n. i oi.' nl
no deciai. - thai hi Hi
nan who .aw Custer fall
of Little Big Hum
'.a. won an. I 1
lay. will lecture aad show
I scene, of the f... (Bet i I
Dreamland Priday evening.
Tha display f 1ml ian robes and
- alone I. worth ..eliig and
iispman's lecture Is of couren
Ln event worth attention from every
number by the Adjutant General and ,-"un,y ylr wl" b" " 'ntlc school
their order .......l.r. will tnlln- l h.. I Parade on KdUrul lolisl Dn.v. All the
preeent list according lo their turn In "oho"1 nl"l,,rn "r "tr
the serial Mat I "r" Invite. I I,, tin i ,ir iiiithorltles to
Since there will be
young men In the county who have to I
register registrars will no '"" "r ""' ,,",", "' "ly ", th K,,r
pointed for various precinct, snd nil "", l"l"l"ir'
the young men will have to regl Hrho"' W,M ''",1 "", P"'
at Vale. Note should betaken of th I. offlc-r. ,1 h-. i he student of
fset by the met, uiM.lvod and tl.-lr f,r""H "' 1917 ollowlng II,..
parents to avoid penalties MtaChfd OtlMfJiij' trill mi
to violations of tha slam i """ ludnt hod. of the High ch
yjjY W SB attired In their newly adopted school
uniform. Sections will be rase
for th Student bodies of the Vale
land Nyssa High Schools and other
High School students of the ooir
Bellowing this Huctlon of the .
de will com hundreds of thl
of the vsrlnun rural schools of the
' county, each grouped behind fai
lUd Otsssg and t-reach to Me Addetl to iMiarlng the name of tlietr reap. I
t urrl.iiluio. school tu.it.. I Mi Cliool All school ehlldren tskltK
NEW COURSES IN
LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL
Hucrvled Stud) Plsn.
part in this parade are lo b. th
guests of Ihe Pair for the following
dsy snd will he presented with th W
ets entitling them to free adn
on Hint day.
ThU feature I to take plaoa on Hie
afternoon uf the third day of
Pair, which I lo he Kducatlonal
. Day This dsy Is to be given over to
the mi hool children and the foil...
program of event sdouid -
! day one of tbe moat iiiierw.tlug of
Track and Field Sports
Por pupils of rural snd grsdod
Fifty yard dash, boys 11.00; see
nii'l. fiOe To winner. $1 &0 In hit
Ontario High School to have
some new linen of Instruction thin
fall. Superintendent liouglaa an
nounce course In Ited Cross tech
nique, Kconnmic and Sociology, snd
changes in the foreign language
Tbe Bed Cross course In one being
put into a number of school in the
country upon the suggestion of the
government and I to con.Ut of In
struction In nursing, flr-i aid to Ihe
Injured, surgical ilrc .ln- and knit
ting. This course will be gUen he
Mis IKina Itsder who I. at present
In attendsnee st the Inlverslty of I chandlae, Alexander t'loililns
Washing!' '""J' '"rd ';lrl, ' '"
'is In Economic, and So ond. tOc To w.
.lology will he of a half M "" Mllllnet
ml wilt le open to senior, of thgj On hunfred ysrd ds.n
High School o. "Oi seoon.l
A a.,..,..,. ...r f U.i.nl.li will he 11.11 In llierrlMIKIlMV Vllell HtHHI 1.
offered In the place of tbe t.
which hs. been die outlnued pa,
maneutlv. to thow who began the
study of the Cil.tllllsu tongue Isat
year, it I possible thst s curse In
Krench will he offered .lion!. I th--..
be demand for thst
would he offered In Mm ol tiie first
year SpsnUh clsss.
The opening of school this fsll will
mark the Insugursllou of a nw
achedule for the operation of the
High S. hool 1 ' 5u'
plan allien provide for longer cla-,cn.h. I
Two hundred and twenlj
da.h. hoy.. II 00; seeagul
winner, 12 -lloiil
I .0 I'upiU of lllKi
....Hi, I . inmr,
I'UUil: : . tl !
To ..Inn' r,
r 11 0"
da, and a dlvl.lon of Ihe pei
distinct w nr recital
I oi Pupils
and stud, oi the next asslgnm -m villi.. ,
he used This plan ban been used In f:i nil i learn in i e. A
uumher of schools ih past f. ander I loihloi
years and ll proving vet popular
id ii . i. ii- - h B Mrl
v in tin t i OH oMI'l 1 1 ii"
'III III II
AllllMlK Ihe li-H ol ne prize. SI
the Pslr this yea
! sweater according
Cios Thl ha reaul'
ed in a mass attack on the local Bad
is fur ysrn, ...
laataut dn.ire to i all i Hat I
Chapter t yarn chii not be to
I hi. men: h
- "I'll will i
able to iipp. an
111,1 w s .-,
Mrs Krsuk Hall waa a Bed I i
.Jailor here from Nyssa this w
Mrs. Prank lib ken. and U i
Mies Dickens a. eempaaled lis
are vleitlng at th. Hall i
' yaaa st lbs preseui
Mr. aud Mrs K. M Urelg are lea.
ilny for an outing at
ne, pat c.i i to,-
ii.; snd we are
i the Joh ..ml see It
1 BV I S
th. world 1'
g bL 'earn work
Let every!. oily pull together In sui
lag what we have and pru.lii. Ina