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The Ontario Democrat
ONTARIO, MALHEUR COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, KKHRUARY 13, 1919
ONTARIO iS ASKED BETTER DAIRY STOCK GREAT STOCK SALES COMMERCIAL CLUB TO HIGH PRAISE GIVEN
HELP SAVE ARMENIA SUBJECT Of MEETING SCHEDULED FOR CITY STAGE BIG REVIVAL ONTARIO H.S. CADETS DECIDEDLY POPULAR
(IBKAT CAMPAION TO HAVK l,IVHH
"' mmmmm up hmhmi
VICTIMS OF TVRKIHII
$5.00 WILL SAVE ONE LIFE
Drive Will be Matte In 4nlrto V !
nenda) and Tliurwliij Off unit
Cnuntr) IHstrli t t'ndrr Connul'lce
While, thru enhanced prices of ti
f ervlhlng lhl ! grown In Mulhenr
. oulHy. thle itectlon hen been en
riched by the war. Armenia, 8. rlu
und other sections of Western Asia
iieve been devastated. While w
here In '.kit tileaaed land are proe
ptSou. well fed and Hotbed, there
millions of men and women. and
four hundred thousand orph n'.l
children are naked of body and are
From the abundance we pa
Kaatern Malheur county will ml
week be aaked to give a Dart to the
groat fund America la raining to pro
vide the means which will keep ih
bodlea and eoula of theee poor, In
noceat victim ot Turkish bnrbaut ,
together. Only thru the agency ot
the Amerlcai people oan means he
found to ava theee anguleh til. ken
people from perlehlng from the bM
of the earth.
Neit week, under the direction or
the general committee for thU gfg
Hen: I M. Taggart. chairman. II L
Teteraon and K C aa Patten, ..rk
era will seek old from vary one In
thta Tlclnlty. and In the eurrouu.'.ln.;
country from ArcadU to th, U'
Dead Oi Flat- C. a Weo l'"""
urer tor the dUwtoi
The wholo territory haa bevn di
vided, the city Into precinct ami the
country along the School U "'"
Hue la eagp district a ohalrt.ian
ha beau appointed to have chmi ol
the aoltcllallon. and the oummlU !
iotti.iQ that from tho wholahaa tat
iplrlt hitherto shown by the people
ot thl vMnUy, our ahare will be
Ill) Drive WaUneaday and Tttui Jay
The drive In the city will be made
o Wedneaday and Thuraday. t h
membera of the General Commute.
Meaara Taggari, I'eteraon and Van
Pet leu will aee the business men,
while the following will call on tin
reeldent eeclloe: J 0 McCiall.t, I
B McDowell, lrwn. Ttriyoll. Itev w
V cocbrap. Rev C II Blom. Lev
yV J Luacombe, Rev H A. CMBpa,
and Rev F L Flower
The chalrme of the country .11
tricis are Gap, Harper 4 H Mow
ard. 0 W Qw, C W. Lattlf. C H.
Brown. 0, T UMket A. von Hi '
T O Karnell. O V Hallow, n1
WEISER AND ONTARIO
EACH TAKE ONE GAME
Oatarlo OlrU Win oa KticU) ggfWkM
While Roye Uhm oa the Nlht
KoRowlngj by Uop-kKlMl
Tha Ontario boys could not main
tain lbs paeo se.t by their co-ed sis
ler apd aa the result Ontario and
. eiaer High School basket ball tear,
divided honor last weak '
On Friday fvntn,g na Ontario
girls wou trpm th Idaho cltv girls
by geprp of II to Ibi while on
Saturday evening tha Welsar boy
hrpl here py L. I.. Culbartaon, form
erly of Ontario, woa from tha locaU
by a II to II seor
The Welsar five la one of the beat
balanced High School aggregations of
basket tosears aaaemblad In the vai
lay slnei the days of Maddux. Test
Hurt!, Grama combination that
starred tor Ontario years ago.
Jenseu. the Welaer forward win
easily the star of the game getting
nine Held goals. Madden was On
tario's high point winner with four
(laid golda. Dibble of Payette refor
med the game which despite the
ona-sldednaas of th score was as
fast and Interesting to the spectators
There waa plenty ol action
,., ,,,,,. ,()wm( I .lis A N . 1 1.
i-tt.,.-r g..h..c t,..-... x,,..
uiilnj lo discuss l"vac(e I
l'"r (he portico. Hi Innii-.r;.
1 I Isn ' t 1 4ie i .: . MM " i
lulry !iiT(H ' Ma In-.' coun:' i. i
lie declare I the mom ideal toetloa
of ore-Kim for thin deilopnii'iit. Trof
Kdward It Kltt or () A (' Iirh ut-kr
t meeting of fanner he aM M
Ontario either Krlday nr HHtnnlH.
till week Prof Klttn explain tlr
ohject and pnllillltle of hi plMi
In the Inlliiwliig letter to Tlie K IM
"At the elnee f the dalrin'n
mooting held In Ontario on Dnrumlx'r
2 and 3. It we decided ly the dl I")
men prenent that one greut need '
the dull') lndutrv In Mnllienr cuim
wa the bringing In or gogM i -uln
dairy bull and (lie Krnernl :id
aptlon ol a better hraedlnic prmili"
A ronvrulttre wa appointed a thai
time to conRider the dvlntihil,i ol
nrganlilng a bull annrltioln.
"Malheur county offer plenlid 0
portunltlea for a Inrge dev.h.in am
noallnued on Page 8li )
WOOD ALCOHOL KILLS
EOlJR, ANOTHER DYING
( II UK. I OK INVOI.KNTAHV MS
h.i i.HTKH TO UK llll
Xi.AINST M all Al WO-
MIN OK IUVKKHIHK
Four men are dead, ami HMKhtM
I dying aa the roirult of drlni gal
wood alcohol, ut ItlverHlde lut Sat
urday afternoon The fatal d.ii.i.
waa puroht aed at a Itlvumlde pool
hall laat Baturday afternoon b I
Mexican named Juan Nohurez. unr M
the victim, the other am Kd M'
Klnnuy, and Ueu HIiiih, colored nee
lion hand, und Charley, Klninball, I
white man from Junturu OfSMf
Wade another vhlte man Ih imi n
pucted to live.
The polaon wa old to tto M
by Hugh Maxwell 0u worked in tin'
pool hall ownol by Mr and Mr K
It Schutler at Hlveralde Mr Sii.iil
tor wa prnaent when 'lie ale win
made, and with Maxwell waa arre te.1
by Deputy Sheriff Ilea llrown gnaw
waa sent to lh cene with Coroner
It O I'ayue
Mra Schutter and Maxwell ere
brot to Vale Wedneaday aed Dlatrlct
Attorney It W Swag'er. after a pre
llmlnary Inveatlgatlon of the raae ng
given ho" over the phone by Mr
Urowu aaid laat uighl that lie would
prefer charge of Involuntary man
nlaughter again the man and wo
man at Vale today
A cording to the elory told by Max
well and Mra Schutler. the Mexica i
aaked for the alcohol aylng hi hn
wauled It for rubbing purpoae. The:
declare they told him It wa poiaon
and not for drinking purpose. The
two quarts of the liquor the nM
him are said to have had no poison
labels on them
WILL TRY ASSAILANT
OF SWAGLER MONDAY
John Uaatea Charged With Intent to
' Kill to Kara Jury at Vale New
Weak liiiirrmir Mil be
A special venire of Jurymen ha
been called to listen to the cas '
against John Hanlon who six weekr
ago shot District Attorney It W
Swagler throe times The case is set
for next Monday at Vale before Juds
Attorney J W McCullo. h, W W
Wood and W H B ooke will prose
cute the case, while Attorneys P .
Monroe Smock a:id John II Norr!
af Payette will defend Hanlon.
It lu ruuored that Oovernor James
Wtthycoiube, to whom Hanlon ap
pealed during the summer, will he
called aa a witness for the defense
! NKAHI.V IOIII HIMHIKH HIM)
(IK KINK II WOK CATTLK IRR
I.ISTKD Poll SXI.K IIKIti:
ON KKIIIII AIM il
RECENT SALE TOTALED S19.64S
Sin i.-v, nf Ki-kKi. i.tl Hull NhIpo Mete
I ii-i Irnr Hf-nli- In 4 iintltiii: timi
Of Surli Kenla for Nriir l-'nt It r t
Mnnll.U Siilfs (.I..MIHK
Ontario In maintalnlne 111 pus,
a a center of live stuck BBjgw, mi
the ni'iir future nutnliei of
event In thl line are schedule'
attract the attention of Cattl VI
The flrl I.Ik event In the neiir
lire In the siile nrri)xed fur I
Ontario RaleH enmpiiov II II In
Kiilen manager, which will t n -1 1 1 1
united Hating of Heveral hw
Rtock owner hy Miilhegr mid Hi.
t iiunly stork men In sll 3 r, 0 I
hsm slid Hersnrd .lock BfttU
he noIiI In ri-uplns rtltod to Ml
hi of i. ny ri.ncher
Pc-'i' h .here a i ' I .
(greed bull - Id and two regis:
hit' 11. AM lln'-e .1
of, i i .. i sale ne .' TI lif ,.
ItegjUieml Hull. ( omlng
J A Haley who lirot several
loads of fine reglstured hull Into
section laat year, Is In the Ml
West now hulng n hlg hunch r
will hn shipped to OntMrlo for n
to bo held shortly nrtur March I
Iteront Hale gl 0,0 1.Vyri.
Just to show what Ontario
stock sale center Ih, in sh the re
sale or the rnttln of It. J. Mill
souin four hundred in number
total for the day reached the gr
total or flP.64S.2ft
The hull that will he IIni -.1 to.
sale next Thursday are owned hv
H Tunuy, and Include the ludlvd
thai Ncored the tup prion at
Shorthorn lireeilortt ttulo here
year, and also the individual i
winner In his cluaa at Hie Mi.,
ralr lat your
The Ontario Hale coin puny Is
uiitli.'IpailiiK n revival or Inleroti
the regular inonthly huIfh mid Ik g
ii . I
Ing many listing for the ev m pi
urday February 22 ,
JpMf&f' .JaVaftaV gaT V 8 gaaaaW.
ARMENIA AND iYRIA
ANOTMCR JOB FOR THEIR UNCLf 5AM
shout TIMi: HR
niHM T NAMM TO HOI.I. OK
PLKIHJKS TO TAKI: CT-
TO PUT GITV IN FOREGROUND
iinniil MkiIhi; off 4'ltj's lli mill
Kiiiiiieiiiiil Orunnirnttnii to IV'
llrlil RnH MoimIh CmiiHiiu RtV
one I i.-d to n. ,,,
For the purpoaa "f reviving Inter-
et In the rnnimercliil rliito, to unlti
the btgagajsjg uien. the Mutaried men
the randhars ibonl tha city, in !
gftofl Id i' i. Hi" IntaraKt ol tJir
community h h whole. Tf men Iihc'
rlgnad pledge to take mi art i In
terest In Ontario' t'ommerrl.il Itil.
irthcr derlsre the'
the Nlgner agree to pay the dttrs
wlllchlhe Hire" tnr" to he elect. -.I t
the annual meeting Monday even in-.
I., hue neeossary for the accoinpMsh
"ient of lil worthwhile program.
Want t titled i:fr,.ns
The projectors of Hie revived eltgb,
II Id Peterson. K (' Van Petten in.'
l M 1'aggarl, took the plodge roll
thru the bualneaa ortlon of the d-
Tuesday iiinrnlnn. and In a short Mine
secured the 70 name Not a man
"turned thntn down."
Not only were hunlnen men wn.
hut employee, and rancher. wh
live near hy the city were eni-o.int
nrcd, and all expreiaad their iloslre
to further the advancement of lite
Annual Men Inn M. unlay.
On Monday livening the annual
meeting of the . lull will he helil al
the r.iil.niri i iiil cluh rooms In Hi"
City Hall. To this meeting everyime
one luterestud I not only Invited, hut
I urged to attend Thl uppli
only to iIIIiciih within th.
IliultH, hut to ranchei around ci m
It Is the purpose of the cluh In aid
the farmer with his problem.!, M al
their effort to create marknga for
produce, and In evey way advaawi the
their efforts to i reute markets foi
the Snake river and Mullieu.r v.il
n BK THAINKD AND WILLING TO
KIOHT KOHfOKNTHI IS IIK.II
KNHIIHTION OK PAT-
Colonel John Leader, now a mem
her of the University of Oergon fur
ulty. a hern of the Qreat War. Cofg
munder of the Irish Itlflei until In
rapacltBted with wound, reviewed
Ihe Ontario High School (inlets ln'
Friday urternoon He udtlrened
four audiences .luring hit. stay, anil
captured the city, figuratively p..nk
At the High School In the arter
noon he uddreed a crowd that I ..v .1
the capacity of the asemlil room.
even with the hoy and girl hIIiIuk
two In n seat to provide room fir
visitors. The principal portion of
his address consisted of stories, and
anecdote or the lighting In Klnn'le-
Since ll the other returned si. I
dler who hue nddreed tint n..
audiences have been Canadians in mv
of the audience were not pirpnri'd
for Col Leader's musical EngllMh
diction and hi xubtle humor which
wa cotnvulslng at limes, pathetic it
In the serious portion of his dis
course he dwelt upon the necessity of
a trained cltlienshlp to protect tie
government from (he attack or lln!
shevlkl and other enemies olthr
within or without the pailou
Cadet Company Rei'leMcd
Following hi address Col Leader
who Is In charge of the military
rnmpanys of the High Schools cjf tl e
State reviewed the High School i sd
ets who wore undar the command of
Captain Orvllle Wallers Detplt"
the fact that the grounds resembled
Flanders mud, the boys went thru
the drill with a will and pi.
which reflected credit on their tr.ili.
Ing. and merited the following re
marks from their reviewer al Hi"
"The exhibition you have given
today Is the best I have seen n.'iu
uny I llgrf) School company In the
state. It may seem to you that you
are wsstli g time to keep up your
(Continued on Page Two i
ARRIVE EROM FRANCE
(,ld sun,!- H(rtM s-ii on Slreris
Hall) Hoy all Hall lnler.s,Him
KxMfrlenre, anil tilud t si
is . I
l.leul lioscoe Turnei , Sergeant
Karl Hrirriu. I'vte Jack SpsuldlnK.
the Arsl (wo sons of Ontario psrents,
the latter from Wentfall. and each
wearing the gold service stripe show
ing membership In Ihe A K F sr-
I. ii ill Turner was with the I
ml Corp behind the Hue snd was a
witness of the last day's flghtms I"
the Argonne He was In r'raiK
more than a year having enlisted
with a Yale I'niveniity unit the day
war waa declared It would take ool
uiiitin to briefly outline the many In
(-renting experience he related Ul
his parents. Mr and Mrs W I. Tur
Sergeant Karl Griffin, son of Mrs
Edna Griffin or ihe High School
laruKy. and a m:nber or the first
hunch of volunteer who left (mis
rlo April 10. 1917, arrived home last
Friday with two gold strips on hit
sleeve He was In the areo Instruc1
ion corps Sergeant Griffin loo hu
entertained his friends with many
graphic stories of experiences abroad.
but declares he Is glad to be home
Pvte Jack Spauldlng was un lilt
way toward the front line trenches
In an artillery unit when (he srmii
tlce wa signed Word that "The
War Is Ovr" was the best nows they
had, he declared He started for his
home at Westfall, Saturday mornlim
declaring that Malheur county kuk'
brush and mountains look hotter to
him than any part of France ho sav.
A N Audrews has received his it
charge, and arrived home Friday
from Seattle, where he ha been sta
tioned for the past few months
I'lMKJH Wis WK.LI, II I. WcKH, ol
I NIKOUMLV HIGH CH ltCT-
Kit. AMI CROWDS PHK-
SKNT AT grVatfll
RETURN NEXT YEAR ASSURED
Pledge to Hoi Tickets for Ni'Ht Season
Signed kg Sufficient Nmnlier to
(Guarantee Surci' Association Is
Ontario second annual winler
Chautauqua closed Tuesday evening
with the program of (he International
Trio From every vlewpolni the
series wss the best Ontnrlo ha en
Joyed In years
In fact the character or the at
tractions so pleased the gatherings
that when s reque-1 was made ror an
Indication of the rteslra of the uid
lence Tuesday nvonlng for a Chaut
qu for next winter practically every
p.i son In Hid house rose
Pledges were made during the last
two se.islon ror the purchesa or 120
Mason ticket for the nex( elon,
leaving only a small balance to bo
secured by the nuarantor .'or next
year, thus aa.iurlng (ho return of Hi
Kills.. n While attraction for next
M c Reed, superintendent or 1 1
Chatauqua Introduced the Gordon
Smith company last Thursday even
ing for the opening unmber, a pleas
ing program or musical and literary
nn in hers The star of this program
was Miss F.lslii May Gordon with h-r
reading Nothing belter of Its kind
was evtry given hero, and (he audi
ence appreciated the fact that she
cuiue (o the theuter while mill III
from an uttmk or ptomaine poison
Kildsy evening Prog Yamnmott.i
was the chatau'iuu en(erlulner. with
his lecture on America and Japan U
was an Interesting snd Instruct I v..
number Preceding him Col John
Leader made a short address
Saturday evening Mrs Zehner'.i
lecture was appreclad'd by (lie i rowd
as was the musli ui numbers
On Monday evening Henry Hiir
I'o.ir. with his war lecture proved th
most Interesting of the lecturers II
appeal was for higher regard tf
Americiinlsm. eliniuentlv phrased
while pleasingly delivered The pli
ture shown were lntenely Interest
Ing from beglnnltiK to end
"The International Trio program
on Tueeday evening proved a nun..:
cloe for the season In thl Miss
Gertrude de Hoeber. the violinist and
singer was (he favorite with the
On Sunday afternoon M C Hoed
wtlh his lecture, The World s (lrea
esl Need. ' dellght'-d his aiidleuie In
(hot snd style Mr Heed iinsssge
measured up at the highest Chautau
qua standards Ills massage was n'
once lorceful and i loquei t JMnPJ
O Smith furnished the mu;r for this
MARRIED AT EUGENE
Superintendent of School Mlu K
Clark and State Senator Jul leu
Hurley Marries! holooa Take
Note of Kvent.
At Kugent last Saturday evening
Miss Fay (lark, County Superintend
ent of Schools and S(a(e Sena(or Jul
len Hurley were murrled u n
return of the groom to tin State
Capitol on Monday he was pi- KM I
with potted ssge brush by his col
leauges and called to (he ro(rum l"
deliver his appreciation
It goes wMhotil saying thsl the
bride and groom are well known In
this section und Hist tag murrlttge I'
,,,,, in whh k Mlilh-ur inutity lolk
take ln(erest Alter the cIomi- i.r the
presant session of the IcalslulurM
Senator snd Mrs Hurley will mukc
(heir home In Vale