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ONTARIO, MALHEUB COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY IW9
MANY FUNCTIONS SET
ItF.V. W. .1. LUBOOMBK WILL Dl
II V B H ll( ( I.Al III A l I
BBRMON SUNDAY l I !
INO AT BAPTIST
FESTIVAL FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Jimlorn Hill Tender Reception Frtd.
i M'liiim Cbbm Dag Boooeloot
SclMsluleil for Nett Tlmmilay
I'nninioncoment Friday, Met III.
The lint wo"k of the whool ycr ttt
Ontario High School will be n bit:
week for the clause of 1919 and ttl
Ki'linnl In lOUOroJ I'll'' i ' "tul nniiii.i
May Poatlvnl, Ilaccalnuti'iit'
fins llnv, 1 1 - - miiipi.iI .1 lit) W.r-H-:ili
Heccptlnii Bid thO iimi.iI ' iii'ini, ii.
MM xitcIkpm, an iitnonK the ovoni
for tho week.
The first fen'ure of IhflBBOOOoa w!,
be the second May Fcatlvi'l whlc
will be tagod on tho high teliool
lawn on the afternoon til I'rl.l .
May 9. Thin event laol r0 wns .
xarr pri-tty uffnlr ami under tlio rtl
rectlon of MtM Victoria HI. mk. i. ill
lor. prmnlme to be an enjo
The baccalaoreata sermon will in
.r. ached liy H'V V .1 I.iis.oinhe 0
looal M-1'. ."ii l bun ij
service wilt be conducted at the Bai
tisl church on tin owning "f Huii'l ..
May I 1
Tomorrow evening a reception it
lha Seniors will ho given by th I
nlor i limn. TbU In an iinnuiil CU
mi. I tin' cls of 1 8 20 Is pluming In
mako IIiIh year's rorpptlnn ,.
former porformaaoat ol i
Senior Claaa iy win bo Tho
May II. Arrangements arc y
tin. making hul will very likely In
elude, the Farewell Address, the I I
Will, the Claaa Prophecy, and other
The Conii rolooo proi
or will tako place In the High BV
auditorium on tho evening of Fr!
day. May 16. Dr. John Kraal
Deen of the College of ArtH and S"l
to of tbe University of Oregon will
tuake the address to I ho l.appt jro
people who will receive their si
skins. The high school gloo club win
also present several number:; on I
Sen in. ii i" (.1 i.luate.
The class of ti of Ontario Hl '
School win nnmhor aorontoon grin,
uates. This Is the smallest claim l I
1916 when thirteen graduated fi n
(he looal school. The followlm
young folks will receive their dip'."
Ceclle M Ixigan. Viola Bollo Has
ted, Amy Carol CanOeld. Lola Mi.
elene Dowser, l.urilo Mar) Bl
Mamie Klorenco Stewart, Gl.
Margaret I'dlck. Mjrtle Irono Ht.
liia Drap' i Helta M. Mill
Orvllla 1. Walter, Kosooe ii Conklli
Steven I Fielder, Howard II B
l.iiiro, Darrill I. Ilowser, Jsck M
Taylor, Paul It. McCuiloch
DEAN STRAUB WILL
I'H-iiiii l.liii a to ! AiI'Ik m I'txs '
llilli ,.ii Ciiiiiineiiieuient Uro
gram I'rlilay Ktenlng.
Or. John Slraub of the l.'niversll
of Oregou has been secured bf Sup
Douglass to dellvor the
meut address to the clas of 1919 i.
the local high school. Dr. Hirm
who Is dean of the College of An
und Sclenooo of tbi
probuhly the most popular coian.ence
in. hi speaker of the North.
Several attempts have boOB mail
to secure Ir Strauh iu years proilou.-
The addroMi. which Is the. feat .in
of the oommencemi m . xertises, will
be delivered In the high school ludl
lorlum on the evening of Frldu.
Ou this e cuing the high school
.luh uili also . aevoral
uu in hers.
Dean Strsub will be remember.v
by the IiIkIi at liool atudont.s a;
ulty to whom be talked In high
school assembly a few weks ago
Xyssa Rancher for (iotxl Itomls
John Kabeket ke, who year ago
used to live in this section, but w! t
gave way lo the lure that some Halts
sends folks "back ftaot." after a ta
'in the Wool has tlioroly rt
from that malady ami is back lu Mi
hear county again and on a ranrl
near bl relatives, the Tensen Broth
era. Mr Kabekeeke spent most the
year of bis absence In Michigan, and
declares that the stay back then
made him a good roadi ad
"Why, it is a shame," he said, 'to
think IBM laud which will pn.du
a doea the laud of Malheur coLtity
should be served by such roads a
are here now." Mr Ki.bekeeke wa
iu Ontario Monday to get back iu the
Argus family, aud bis name in on ti
ONTARIO MASONS FNJOt UK;
TIME AT WIISIH SKHSION
Thirty two Ontario m-tubers of H"
a f & a. m. motored i" Wetaei
Tuesday evening to enjoy n big He '
Ion (if the Wclscr Indue and wtilc'i
tin' proceeding which took t
dtdaiflfl thru the third degree, Ppl
lowing lln Itiltliillnii what tin- vnl-
tor deolarod to bo "rooJ baaqaet.
vena nerve, I 'Hill ntiTVnllii who fllflill
i in i ilp reported n nicmt cue
TO COUNTY SOLDIERS
ONTAIUO WOMKN ll.N HI in..
MTIO.N l Sllt l( I. Nll-
BRBO N TIO.N lit HOVH
IN ALL liltlM III s
MONDAY, MAY 19, IS DATE
coiiiiMiinit) I'll ni in Park With lion
oml PlBOOO lor the Men Who Wot
t iiir.irin Parade 111 i. ,n,
Stores to i.ie I'l. nil iiiiui. i
OBtarlo womoo, anil all Civil '
logotber with la th(
community win unit" ta pay a fitting
triboto tn the bob ii.Hii Main in
OOBty who wore the uulforin i
ICieptlon planned al a ne- I
yiK of repi i of the t
WOmOB'l ..rganlzalions (it tho (all Ol
thO W. ( l will. Ii was h.
Tuesday iifteimmu, detormloed II
the function mIiiiII take I he till 111 Bl
iinnuiil) lh in
tO-gOtlHT to BO llllllllIKe til II.'
do kniiwH iin went from i
he.'tliill lo seine thO lllill'ill III II
hour Of in
i h ' h. i . -"il
It Ik for all the people
county who desire to boBOr tBO bo
wllh Ihelr BfOSt I turn t II
ctiink of the car that made II ,
f. mi. mis an. I In Inn the family to U
an. I help give the hoys a tBOtt
lug that what they did was ap, '
tfd by their BOmefOjkl and t!iat . I
all pay them this fitting honor
The dale for this galu occaslo
Ontario and Malheur county will I
Moio lay May 19. The hour ha
been set for five p in, put. . .hn.
which, however, there will be l
parade followed by a pi, uc ilnnei
tu the park
The DOjn of the A K. f th.
N. aud those who were in ih servU"
uo farther than i he training camp
will ho the hOBOrOd guests, tin
to be laden with thi
Kooii ihiiiK. to oM which tho women
or nni.iiio win prepare
I family la town is asked ti
bring the family supper In lunch
to Join the gcuers! gathering
A program will bit hel.l, mum
speeches) unleae the bos waut U
make them uml there will bea com
mutilty slug and well a good time
x-nil Iu Hots V nines
Tbe women In cljrgc. Mrs i.
Adam was named BOBOfal halrmat
want first of all, the nsmt's of al.
llin boys from the county who I
"d the service. More cspcclull.
they want the uatuee of the boys who
can BO prim ill al the reception The.,
waut these names so that placea can
be especially prepared for each ol
them. Relatives or friends a(e ash
ed to personally urged all the boyi
Who can to be here Mrs. A. H.
IJ.owu, the secretary, shogld I
Tbe lomiintice that bus the re
ception lu charge is to hold a spectul
meollng Saturday evening at S o olO( I
und all BMOBBOn ot i
club, any ope who Is nut I
sires to have a part In the an
mcuts is urged to In i i
QOmmiBLM will reijuest a procuani i
lion closing the atort
noon, after 4 o'olock and will
many other matteia to be
THANK I. VII It ii vt R I ROM
sKlttli I UN I ORK1G.N soli
Among the lut.si arrtralo from thi
other side is Frank I. ells, son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Lyolla. Mi.
LyoJls spent more than a year 0Ot
there In the service He Isii.U.l in
from Fiitilamt w .is tatloaet
for inaiiy moiilhs ami OBjoyod inun
nl NDI.D HKIUI WINS IOKMI II
tiMAHIO (.IHI. AS HHIDI
Ai cording to advices received by
the Argus then 1 ut tn.
C'brUtlan ihunli paisonaie at Wat
1 ser ou April 29 the marriage of Mis-
Ine Wright, daughter of Mr.
and Mm tl. A. Wright formerly ol
I thl city, to George Roadman I
! groom who waa one of Perohlag
men In Frauce was wounded lu the
Argonne lighting aud has Ju
cently returned after spending sev
eral montlis at the army hospital at
West Kaden, Indiana Mr and Mi
Roadman will make their ho
C C. Wllsoa of Nyssa wa lo On
tarlo yesterday renewing a. .
ance. Mr Wiu-on la dot
of his time these days to dov
a ranch near N)sa
WATER AND SEWER
illt ( ill Mil, si'KMts IIIMV.;
DEBATING NKED8 OF HBO -
. . ... iiiim liftV tt , li.lt
TIONS I'KTM'IOMMi I'llll
IMPKOVI Ml S IS NOW
SAND COMES IN WATER MAINS
Adding Machine Purchaeed to Flu
me Wntcr Hills One Street Light
loo CoeU) foO liistnllntlnn Mum
il (.cull Drinking I'miiitiiln.
retltlons for lateral hpwoth conlln
! ue to appear at the MOBtOM of t:
i ii ronncll, llkew DM thOTO I
i wnior OStl -i IBBI TtOOi
" ever BfBBOBl problOOM whim
thO city loiinell hny lo BOlTB, Tip
Ing Moiiiliiy nlKlit wan
a. In in. I a gn at. i portion Ol
OBlBB wip. IBM lit In tt ir . n.i
Ihe problem Of building ewers II
no! worrying the city fntlierH a
lis what shall he BOM to 1.. p I
..mil In the w n wh-re 1
i. .lone . :.n I out of t ho elly iiinllP
Bupoi Intendenl Biolle i
thai reporti of whlto Mad in th
I mains hnve bl I I fit 0,01 n of late
Other I'oniiruii'ii taa roporl
rhe ..uu. ii wax Informed lb .' Mi
i. export of tho Callfora
el Filter loinpan, who put In C-
i will rooeb Oatarlo tot
! I i. n mul put tin"
While HiiuggUng with this pro'
leirt t !- Ddi ill tOl
t'k.' i oiini'll that the Biotor which op
oraliH the hli: pump in not p Tfortulti,
up lo opacification und tuns hot
'I 1:1 . la ii'iother Itoubl" for tl
eommlttee t thraah out with M
p. I it 1. .li w.i . I tioni lp
propi tty ow BOri In hloi k N'o. I
, lug for a lateral newer, while, one I
pending for the Muck arross tip
street. Likewise there lx a i
HMklnK for wi.; . :.. that OBOtlOB 01
the city. After discussing pnsslbl
relief for the pel It loners the BOVBCJ
lined to ask for ail ein
i. port on tho possibility of conililnlti
the requests thus muklng one ii
i lty Rtoorder Btearna infonned th
oooaoU thai tho Idaho rower cop,
li. v declined to put lu IbjBl
I. nil on I'ark lloulevurd, but won!.
in-tail throe alnc the cost for oa
would DO lltiO, which the iniiipun
!: . to pay No in lion was taken It
The i. ".uu II dl-. mated at. I
the troubles of the drinking fount in
put In by th'e W C T U three year.
ilo w 1 1 1 1; 1 1 ! adltlu .
large pottion of tho time. Tl i
.inter nperlntendoBl told I
iti thai tin- trouble a i tb
I type of the fouutain. mul that u
fountain, one that would run
t.iiith OOUld he, hud for 4 T.
u rooaltl d, there h. Ing Bfl tt
To reuioie the tro'.ihle in the 1st
oral sewer from the t.outli end o
ion n in tho alley In I ween Oregoi
nut ltichaiil uu.
irdorod a Hush tank Installed ut th
To asi.hst In tubulating the grow In
Muter accounts an adding machin-
was purchased for the Recorder'.
, Tho council also learned that tin
business of the wuter l purlin, nt I
in . ' month ttl the rati
almost one BO OOBBOOtlOB per dl
There are now 2t!0 Imllviduul
FIRST HORSE RACE
IS CAUSE OF SECOND
I I toy Williams' (oil, St Linger Win (
ui-r Our II. 11. Iiiiui)'" BOd
( cos-, Mollv I., Mis-t I. aily
ii Straugtr, th eolt that Roj
Williai I & D is train
ing for the fail .Ircuit heat II 1.
Tunny u Red Cross Molly In a fine
three-eights luce lust Saturday af-
racled right tl
a rui e this coming Hiturduy after-
u with Mr Tunny a other pom
race last Saturday aft
witnessed by a gallery of eiitln
! 8iufc.U who enjoyed tin Well
might tiny have done su for It wa
iu Hie parlance of the track, "a re-i)
horse ra I
Red Cross Molly lead all the way
.it to tho turn of thi
0B and hud a lead of length WBleh
i she held until IBO last 100 yurd .
i, Stranger developed a buret ol
I and showed his mettle as a
stayer He took the heat In ;n with
a length to the -
In Lady May, Stranger will have
a seasoned campaigner to try Ids ine.-
I tie and If he turns the trick on Lauv
May lie Is bound to bring bomi
.ii tills season fofhis OWBOI
race will be run about I
OWYHEE PROJECT IS
RF.PRF.HKNTATIVF. OF FINANCIAL
SYNDICATE oil Fits TO MAKB
I I I I I MIIK t lit IV' lll
li:i I IMIN Mt INVKHT1-
NATION OF PHOJKCT
INTEREST GUARANTEE DRAWS
Ilireiliiis I, ike Tone of rrtiHnnl but
Hope fur (internment Alii Will
Si, i it.peiii urtiikprlngo Perform.
nine OOSBJPBBBBasjl! IhII In
Thnt the constitutional amendtnont
Inlrndiiied by Representative P. J.
Gallagher of thin district, permitting
the guarantee by the Mute of Irrlmi
Hon and draJaaco Hecuritles for lea
yonr. will draw capital to feaslblu
Irtlgiitloii projects Is evidenced In ti
littor wrltt.n to the dlrOCtOTI of the
Owyhee District by I Q iiopson, 01
Sun I'r.imlxco, which appears below
Mr HoBOOfl who for several
was an engineer for the I'nlted State
Reclamation lerrlci Is now In Ltal
employe of a iivnillcate of liHiik.T ,
and was horo In Ontario Ibreo year
ago to Investigate on the Warm
V p. i u al "I Mr HOBOOB'I l.'ller
IlldlcateH that the I lay I I'rnjeci
will some day bo built and that It
"an he built at a roaaonablo figure
per aero The letter ha encouraged
the directors lo hope I hat In the not
distant future means can be found to
the project should It not I.
Included In the reconstruction plana
of t II I i in ii 1 1 Oil I "1 i
)liviorx Wall on (internment.
The directors of the Owyhee prot
ect ore not going to permit tin!'
plans to becomo Involved In the per
plexities that surrounded the Warm
springs project some three year ago
when Unit district angles! for govern
unlit funds while dickering ror the
sale of bonds to private capital. The
needs of the Owyhee are to be pn
sented to the government officials
tlrst, and so long as prospect aru
reasonably bright for goverumeu
Bid no steps will be taken to seek
private capital for the project.
In his letter to tho directors Mr.
I have recently studied the Owy
hee Project with a view to il.leiiulu
Ing whether II will be possible i.
submit a business proposition to tin
Owyhee Irrigation District looking to
tho financing and construction of tl.
project. In ibis matter I am sit I in;
In co-operation with business and
financial Interest capable of supp.n
Ing and completing a project of thai
magnitude, provided the situation
Mis such support
1 am not at this time perpared to
atli a n rV definite conclusions, but I
have reached u point where I am
reasonably sure of the early develop
ment of some practical plan that mm
enable tho project to proceed.
I fully appreciate the difficult
physical feature of this projQOt, Inn
ing personally Investigated It at tin
time of the Cooperative Survey and
Report of 1915-16 These cooper
live surveys were, In fact, organized
and started under my direction as
i uiiiiiiu.il on page Three)
VOTED FOUR TO ONE
Provision M.ole for (be liiuuiriug of
tbe ( plete Project Vole Mil
lor In -.'I tgaiust
H a ratB of SU for, to 23 ugalmil
ho supplementary bond I me of tin-
pringH Irrigation dl trie! t II
rled at the election held Wodneaday
I', this Issue the land ownerV an
tliorlxed the issuance of 1600,000 ad
ditional bonds, sufficient to com
plete the project's distributing ays
NOt ollly Will I lit. ploj.'1't he Hills
led hut the laOBO will provide
tor the taking up of the discounts on
the first Issue, and will lay the In
i mi iin- iiiiiiphte Issue for the
first three years
Interest In the election was keen
and the vote shows that the people
f of the territory nerved were alo
unanimous 4u favor of proceeding
:. the work The following was
the vole by precincts: Vines pi"
Icinct, is for, one against; Vale Bra
.1, 44 for, four against; Mall. -it
in t, 27 for, 18 again -t
HI tINF. -STIRI.INO WI IHllNi.
nl IKTI V SOI. I MMID AT VALU
At Vale last Wedneaday afternoon
Ml Dorothy K lllsine of Luruiiiliie
ling became the bride of Joe
Stirling of this .lty After return
ing to Ontario from tbe county seat
for a few days visit with Hie groom s
parents. Mr ami Mrs A C Stirling,
they left for Riverside for a few
week, following which they wll'
move to Wyoming to make tbelr
Mr. W. O. Jenkins ot Boise speut
tbe week end In Ontario
III TINS KOI, KM GOING Ol P
AFTFR OOOD ROADS NOW
P. H Wlttenheller of Hums, Cnir
mul other sections' of llnrnev i-ounlv
was In Ontario Monday enroiite for
Portlaad Mr Woltonhallar is one ol
Harney county's well known citizens,
and one of Its hardest advocates of
good roads His BBBOtal I"'1 In th I
good road program Is a highway
acros Oregon from West to
with Ontario on the East end and
Kugcne on the West wl'h Hiirnc.
county well served In bOtWOOB, For
this reason he was glad to learn thai
Malheur county contemplates patting
145,000 of Its road BOBd inonev on
thl route. The other in. nil
tho Harney delegation went to Port
land via HuriiH
FAILURE LOOMS FOR
VICTORY LOAN DRIVE
Until (III nil. I ( olllltl nle Hebillil
Olinln Mnlheiir Coiiuli tppiir-
enlly U illlng to lt Heroes
Hl) In KuroM.
If it were deiendi'iit BBBB Ontn
rill and Malheur county to hrlug ba.k
Its proportion of the men of lha
K F. there would he a lot of
polBtOd homes In this section 'lln'P
would not bit enoiiKh fun. I- to pa)
the hill t 1. ast that Is the dOdai
tlnn. the only dodOOtlOB IBBl BBB bl
matte for the stun. ling of th in'.
on the Victory l.nati
In plain k'nglish, Ontario und Mai
hour county have failed In this hi t
patriotic effort. Many or II
ion reputed and known to hate
plenty of mutiny have not take i
bonds That Is the long and the short
of It The average man, the one.
with tlit small Incomes for whom p.
buy a bond means privation bare
met the teat some who hat BtOBOy
and have It hocauee the war sent
wool to (op prices are not on Hie llsi
Strange. Isn't ItT
Today, (Thursday) Ontario ha.
subscribed Just 1107,000 of Its lilt,
000 quota Of this amount Ill.fOO
came from a Portland firm. Mi.nl
Brothers. Of this amount 125.000
Waa lUbscrlhed b) the two hank
116,000 by the First National; tin.
000 by the Ontario National; and
$5,000 was subscribed by J It lll.u
shy personally. Thus onlv four su
scrlbers took nearly half the smouiit
credited to the entire city.
In all there are 197 Babaorlbei
on the roll, of which s are rooord
it the Ontario National and 99 at the
First National In the last OJUfl
palgn there Here 700 subscribers In
WANT WHITE STEEDS
FOR SHRINE PATROL
I i'. land It, n. hi. k ol l.nln Tempi.
Philadelphia Se king llltl Mal
heur ( 'mint Horses for
When the Imperial council of th"
Ancient Arable Order Noble of tin
Shrine gather In Portland In
1920, the patrol whuh will do ih
honors for Imperial Potentate Free
land Kemirii k of Philadelphia will
ho mounted ou pure white '
many of which will 0000 from Ma
heur county. If they ran be secured
Dr. Jacob Printing alio I deputy
potentate of the shrlners for tins
section ha been roqUOBtOd to s.iui.
the necessary white steeds for th"
fex-lopped horsemen, ami is anxious
that Malheur BOBBt) cnntrlbin
mounts Of course he experts
cure them, for tbe fame of this mi
lion ot Oregon as a I tduclov
region lias BOB Ot TO 1 0(1 IbO BOBBb
,f the ilty of Hrntherly I.ove, Hen
Franklin, J. Hampton Moore and
Fret-land Kendri. k
Mr. Kendrirk, by the way,
cltlien in the land made fain
Matthew M t lay, Jolin '.
and Cornelius Maglllli udy When
he was potentate of the famou
Temple of Uu Poaaajlvaaia mexrop-
ulls and a i for a p!
the Imperial divan of the, Sbrn
took a band of so pie.es to si I
In 1908, bedecked Its members Id
four or five uniforms, hired a be
headquarters on Sixth street ami pre
oeeded to show the rest of ahrtaoooa
Hie latese stunts in political boosting
That he will, as Imperial
tate, stage tbe greatest ueaslon thai
sbrlnedom ever witnessed goes witli
out saying, and here Is where th
owners of pure white horao
cash In, for Mr Kendrlck wants them,
and what he wants he gets.
.,f wliiie horses can step forward ami
name t In ir piii.. and get it, If it
reasonable, for horses to )
for 1 1 .
Otto lilackahy who preside over
tbe destinies Of the Hn: ..e Fm
warding company came dowu from the
(lam region to see bis father an I pi
a lot of business problems up to him
for solution Homedoia is lining well
and there is not a little bulldiug ir
that region, says the HoBMdaJo ' '
OWYHEE PROJECT HAS
(list. Ill st I SINNO'IT Vis
Its l l, III h ( OUNTY
(Jills n I it OWY HBK
PHO.ll ( I Wli DIN
( I ssi:s pros.
ELEMENTS FAVOR OWYHEE
Illness of Daughter In New toil, t ul
Hbort stni Hunt (.. Tell .lint
uipii cnnuifss win tin Parian t
Visitor but aSaport Iter Uwiatlnn
Hill lo Puss.
..in N .1 Slnuotl sin
prised lint. irlo with u visit I
urdny and Sundut II" It it ear,
Monday morning for New York whe.
Bfl was Ballad ht th" llin" I nl h
daui'hter for whom h w.i
concerned a hlla In t ha t it i
While In tills aOOtlOB, lifter
inlilsed by wire Hint I II daughter I
what Imp. m id. he took lime lo
go over the Owyhee Project with w
II. Iliooke. uml irrlgi
tlnn i om 1. 1 far as federal It
isiiitiou affect it. will i
. illod uiuiii him at tha Moon Ha
HO also peal pail of Sun. 1. 1. i.t Vli'
nil tine Has flood Prospeils.
inn e It Is aimed Impossible
to pri diet
w lion ti
prlatluti hills lire paused, which
the HoU ur there w ifl
bo bb moao) for t in- i nment da
p. ii tmenta, I expect to tl rot
in. put lii the fmi .
i holla a thai rt elamatlon bl i
will Bfl passed thill Will penult III'
m in Hun of a ninnler of ncu
projects And If that Is done th
Up boa pi ..n.t luis an ei elh i I
chance t,. be one of tl lo he atari
"Thin Is true on in- mml of th '
, MOI that ha I nil. nit h. . u in.
of thfl ropBftg avail ilil" and thl Bf
urn hold i nn. "i nine, n hv Inn
H.u la of the Roclamatl i i ( loo, '
h.lle taken thl . nl nt. r up with Ml
Huil.i a grfl.it many thm.i and I
kiiuw that im rogarda tha owybe
li how ( mil. 'a
roeusiires will ' re tha Hoa
whether hv It lernta it win deelgsal
that OH tain pel Hon shall bfl sp
lu ti." Wt ' certain portion in th
Hinith and tha DBl I In the No
azelualva of tha West, has not boon
i mined There is aoma bm
ment lo nl. Im I. il ' ml lln' hill
thai it a II uppmt of tho
Southern and Northern i
i'Ii.' people out hi ro do aot
reallaa how much oppoaltlon I
iu bm i.'tn poi liOBl ol tht mt ry t
miatloo woii. and I
from bol i
partlflfl howl when bbo of lha i
Tarnation mea i omo up for i
When n: kid what r.iilhl lie llull.
ih ire of the
public Hump s th. it have goat froi
tills Ktat" fm th. il" of DUblle la i
mil whhii iiiuiir the original rat
mil ion aot should I Dl hi
the state Mr Hlnnutt nihl:
"i tried obi . '
Hon ten i,r th, original re
act alter it hud hot u rt I" klfld but
lid not do ho II Is Ii ii d to
Just win. I don" to ml Up
state's share of the luomt now wi
so man) pi.,. I
In nil Inn linn . of the est, hut thai
'If 1 1 I", I In mule In. nn I
oei Lata ""' a ai" tn im-
On the l.eiii'ip Ol Nil loll I out"..
iii i it.. i nil nil
Hon for i .I and II p
Identlal problem Mr Blohotl at
no nn , 1 1 itions
.Mrs. I, M. lam.- ..I , .1 Won.
Cnlllpllillg tctltillrs of Mlilh. in
OnUllty Sol.llcis Sun.
Mi T M l.o. .
In BB appointed hi lol i m I I Malh. il '
"III llhs ol I
si eiion lu I Im . Is asking f'i.-
all who rin .
Anv Information n
men w id, or w ho w ei" lu
Into tha lelr i.rxi d
i nl. in ,, bal
... ounded, III, kllli d, -m
Hind or in fuel in) mliig of tin i I
that hap, . t li in would greatly
irk in. I n
bb) Ihe ei It i uiliplel loll of a .
Any one who ' btttO to
this tails.' I urgt dti Bill M
Mrs lam it oi
i.oie I. . made
Ho "In I
. part ot I
Kim will, w I. "li 1 1
in i ut Ho iu In Ita columns beneath the