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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1918)
TWO ONTARIO A 1WVH OVTAJUO OKBQON. THTHMOAY, SRPT. 5, J01M
MVkK groT in
0 a. m., nwnmuvn
Major Frank E. Evane. of the Amir
loan martnaa, who was dacoratad
twice In ona day for bravery.
pro-lluns rather than pro-Amerl-mily
the name of (how who
oaa forward and siihscrlhe for I he
full amount of their uuota will he
printed on the honor roll Mince tli
pnl. lie haa a pretty accurate know I
. d I what most i.r the rltlr.cn can
do, tha man or woman whose name
la ahaent will ho effectively marked.
Other mentis will he lined. If necea-
aary, to hrlng hi slackers Into line.
Itejert Small Offer.
In ii'Iciiik drlrea Individual who
i to lake the quota ajatgnari
II i when railed iiKin, later wenl
. of the hankN where imallei
amount! war accepted Thl will
mil lie iloni' during thla campaign
in mi mint hi' adjust.' I with
iinltlee that mr.de tin' ration
Thla committee will correct ;mv ml
InilKliii'tit on Itx part on
Muring the Kalr the Libert)
roiiitiilttee will have two apenkcrs in
o OM of them will be h re
turned American aoldler. If he in
uri'il; tin' other will lie .1 l
Zurclmr, manager of the campaign
fur KnMtorn Oregon.
van ii. Mn nil
POSITION ON Ml .
Continued from page 1)
MOUSE AND MAMS (? m.
oiAKi NKt ik mm. n rii e..u .bj rrt u
((III 011115 dllU IXM15 Uldl die
MORE WGES GIVEN
Portland Or New wage acalea. ef
fectlve September I. lnr vlrtnilU the
amtiro luniii'i isdaatry of Mm north
weal, were promulgated when Polonel
Brlni P Ulan I Hie ipraet illvlalon
made public a full report or the first , ,., ,hen , tle would haw
in.. Mug of Hi. .nitral ooundl of the ,, Mayor lloman would have dl
Utyal Legion of l.oggera and l.uinlir H(,V1.(1 ,ie ,(. Hn() tne nieaaure
n. would hnre panned Thin l pri'Miim-
The MR reault or tne meeting trnm i i1(. ,,r n,r,. ,,,i Councilman Vnn her of nelgliliorK who hurried la '.
the men's ntandpolnt wan adoption M rtUi would vote no, which In quc-
a new wage male for mill men " h i,,.,i.lo. In raw of the Htm
flxea a tiilnliiiiim and inanition ,,,,. h ,)lrn ml , prevloun meeting
for every type of employe Th ,,, ,.,. declared thai ' if I
acala provide, a tnailmnm whirl, av nymr ,,,r WBl . HBWer ,
7e7glihor With mn lloee Sonrach
ITitmea Before Klre Iternartmetit
tteswIicN Scenr -Oatl.er-
Mire and matchea were the com
hlniiilon which nlnrted a blate In the
cupboard In the kitchen of Mm
Lucy B. Fog's home Monday niorn
Ing. about 1 that might have proren
nerloun hut for the proximity of r
garden hoae attached to nn nut .hie
tap making It renWy for use
Mra. Fox waa awakaned by Mie
amoke which from the smouldering
blate had filled the limine and ah"
Immediate!) aumtnnned nelglil
who turned In a fire alarm. Before
Hie ball sounded, however, the blase
wan extinguished by Thai I.ampkin.
who had Jnnt arrived at Mine larlS"
Kinllli h boarding houae. next do
and ruahed to the acene on hear
Mrs Fox call for help Aaalated I
M. K Haln ami other neighbor. Mr
Lampkln had the fire under control '
In a few mlnutea and had atarled la
clean up the debris by the time Phlrf
l.niiN Kroeaain and bin crew arrived
The cupboard nnd Ita rontent
were ruined, aa well nn a portion o(
the floor and walls of the room The
fart that the garden hone wan attach
ed and that the pressure under Mi"
new system wan gr. igh to
throw a stream saved the property.
The alarm brot out a iHrge num
have but one
in the new
and an excep
ing of Plush,
and Silk Vel
ALL SIZES, even for the woman who requires ex
tra small or extra large garments.
a'linii silhi -il
Suits IS ,0
aeane In quickly gathered apparel,
whose appearance added a plrttr-
es'llie tniirli to the B
BPY S H
John Pole of Baker wan the guext
of Aulir.'V Howard over Hunduy
eriige about fi cent an hour over the w,mn, ,iaf xhvy K, 1HV, n
old wage .rale and a minimum .. . ndn Pans.. . ompli
rule from J to ( cents under the old, , ,;,,. .,,,,, ,r,, ,.,,, ,
'' ' ..nn. II to requenl imMdii on nironi.l Hv rrnui Tenlno, Washington They I
Minor anjuatmenta were mane in tner Ml Bt.r,lnfl,Hrtn of water In Hie rame here to attend school and If I
Paul and Hllan Hoane arrived Sun-
. . . ..... .. .. .. I
lOggera wage araie. diii .Hire me ma s,u( , ))f lhw ,, fri) ,,,r ,,,.,,
aajaj aaeaaarad aattaflad la a great .x ,lI(,nr ,,,,. wmtn ,.,,K,. .,, ,,,,. ,v
tent with lb.- i.re.ent acale It elands ,,,. tU.vUn,i lh,t . baaaymliu
In moat liintaiir.-a
Holidays approved at the aeaalolil
are Labor da. Thanksgiving day.
Chrlatmaa apd Pourlh of July Ii la
permitted, at the option or the illf
frr.-nt locals, that any hollda may be
WORLD'S FREEDOM WAR AIM
Rrr.aldent'a Labor Day Message Hays
Workers Have Most Interest.
Washington All Americans are ad
Teased ns fellow enlisted men ol s
iagle army of many parts bin
mandril b u single obligation
Idem Wilson l.abir day meaaae
, At first i lit president aays. thla
such a nuisance tint the Pity would
lie. I upon to iiKike amends.
It ili'M-lopeil that the cause of this
trouble In due to n tubers damming
i-t.iway to get a sufficient In "I
iv water acrom ll.e South I I I
making their home with Mr. and Mrs.
J II IMMIISOII
Vt Kllery Herron foriunl if
Ontario arrived here Tuesday
from Portland, where he waa railed
by the deitlh of his mother He
spent but a few hours here with hi
grandparents, Mr and Mra. lirorge
of me ritj ' in i on the I w Blarttoa, uml lert for Qalraatoi
of the track Councilman Kmtxon TexaK. where he In etattoned wti
bald ol I'lfoiis In- had mini' dtirlni marine regiment
' ra the mattei rem died . a
Mr Ho.,ar that H r Mian U-la Houner leiuriied Mon
ti, ii would b. couilniied ,iUi from a vacation spent g(
Mr Por aim. look exrepiion lolHouaar ranch alMi-e Burnw, In rlarney
the irarlng up or a pipe line In the county.
North Kn.l of low n with out making
ir.nl Ion for the people lliere getting
water from the new nyatem He
assured that Hi tearing wm
Buster Brown School Shoes
hr.ll se .1 more than a war ol , roiiiplrled at once and that be BOVeM
dafriise against military aggression.
now ii la clear that It Is more than a
war to alter in,, balainr of powrr of
Htirope, thai (irruiany was striking at
what free men eerlierr .tenlre and
make a ooaaaatloa within a dm tr
I III logs Not Onle.-ril
Thai l-ioi on the subject of uni
form fillings and mature for the saw
Biggest Week of
must have, the right to determine iheir rat em I tfaralopad that theae flt-
owii fortunes Labor ila. IIHI HMN
fore. Is siiprrmeh ll ;niln nit, he savs
Trade Commlaalon Sharply Aaaallsd
laefriclenrv ami Ul .ibuse ol Ihiki
Bess Interests are , Ho- rl i
made arsmsi the it . i -
mission ami laid lei I'lemdeut NN 1 1
eon h Ho lii.imi. , i.iiiiiorre ol
the United Ma
ll y u
Hherlfl lien I w'aJmrn'i-
l.ll n. S.ii .,' i
lieput -.i 1 1 l.ue Noe . ni Mop
y Smith, depulv county Clerk,
ii Htfla Nitor In Ontario.
Hugs have not been secured, and thai
ne City Is lo make the eon
in .lions for the puhll. and take ih
water to the property llne-
ordered taken at our.- to i
cure the necessary con ajoaa
HIY W S S
Prank Wilson returned Krldnv
fioiii Canyon Ut. .'.here he
apent tha past few weeka.
"HIHKKH K MtiHT."
Monday, Kepi Wtli
MONItOK KAIJHHI HI
lit un vw."
P.-.irl While In ll..... of Hate.
BOYS' OUN METAL BUTTON
AND LACE SHOES.
Sizt- 'J 1-9 to 6; Piriqe
Si.p fl .'2 o 2; IVi.-p
Size 9 to 13; I'li.'t- ..
HRLS' SCHOOL AND
Hade of Ohm Metal, Patent ami Kid
Leathern, Buttou and Lace
Sum 2 1-2 to 6; Priee H7-"
Si.- 11 1-2 to 2; I'li.-p 4.(g)
Si,sH1-2toll; I'i-ipp 13.511
Bisei ") t. 8; Price 12,75
This is a ipauia. hhm value. Mrtd.- of
rutcid iiin Metal and Kid Leather.
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 fao
EMasafl 1 2 to ii; $2.7."
Si.p.s 0 to K $2.:,o
Serge and Jersey
And a recently ar
rived shipment of
ha Misses Mary and Kern A
a lown from Nampu Suinlu.
to apend a couple of days with their
parents. Mr. and Mra. Chas. At her
Mr and Mra 8 1). Doriuan mot d
out to Judge Dalian HIgg'a I - oh
Thursday to spend th. gftei
and bring back Mlaa Alice Dm man.
Who had visited I here a weak
Mlaa Marvel I'ayou came down
from Nampa Ralurdav to stall frlemls
Sha and Mrs. Haraohel Hiun 1. i; b
tha evening tor Portland.
Mra. J 1' '.sniucxen and children
spent Hueii - d Honda i visiting
Mra Bernard r.' -Iman of S'ew Ply-
FOR QUICK SALE
Tlii-p. lo.iiii ii
WO l.-t- ' ll M"t t.
Will I ik liulit . ir n
same. li;.-t leave thil
W'flv . A.ldi. M K'arratt.
a Pmi.I i'k tim. II
Do Bad Teeth
unawer is haned on
yers of study and on
apwit'u- ca-M",. So-called
rfi.nui.u.m ta vary otu-n the
ismuIi ul loir, tluo reacaiaa
taa I.I.-k! from lafecVrsl su-i
aoae uf k.. trouble, 7u
say. Ohaaraa are a l asla
sua ...luiioa wUI ahaw
njaarUu ...u.a.i,,.,, M.-h ta
cauatag )uur "rawuiuaSkHa.
Dssostaai to.HH laftjsaliai
are auk ,i ie..iad with is
X-Rej Tfcla wuadarful la
veailoa la now au.ssM.fuU7
laaaliiil to tha uaa of the
Many dlaeaaas of akBSkniil
inaj ba-aeaed bj lateesloa
ui of mm of uloarauoa
ulss-ure wart are
vo W Uua to dental
as. 9m. oaalas fraaa
'ias toaall.. or aay
est a ai.ir.,,i,.
Turs.la. Sept. toil.
HI MM. II. -s 111). Mt IUIT IM.
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A 7-Heel 8pMial
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"ItlMIUM K JOMC8."
Ttmraday, Hei tilth
K. AMI t ltl
rVtday, twpt. 1Mb.
I V K I'llhhlltll at Mtl'ISr: Hill
"Ml 1 k IMI TttM."
FATn UtUIPKI K IN
'CKHJD RBOBB MRHH"
Haturclajr, Hattt .t4th.
"Tltr: t I.AWH tM-1 TMM 7"J.M
XIMIM.KTI! NVW SHOW KAOH
DAI 4MJD om mi'
CANNOT Ar'Mtltll TO MOW
Show will open Tuesday aaornlst
at lt:M a m. stosa at It noon
Open aah at t p. m , sjlaaa at 11
p. m . aad will coutinua throaghout
4 Big Red Cross Dances
Every Night of the Fair
Musical Martins Orchestra
BEATRICE REBEKAH LODGE, MO. 82, I. 0. 0. F
WiU give a Red Cross Benefit Dance in the buUdinn foi '
merly oceupied by the Wilson Bros.' Groeerv Ston-
EACH NIGHT of the FAIR
SEPT. 10, 11, 12 AND 13
IKS aaftS.r' '" "" " Cr0""- W" '"" if -V""
Til.- music will bt fiin,i.l,.,t l,y the Mi, l Marlh.s' f,
pieoe ordiestra. Nun aed.
Good Floor, Good Management and a Worthy Object
ae 1 a iw . .