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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1919)
ONTARIO, MAUIKl U COUNTY, OHE' JON, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1919
ONTARIO TO VOTE ON PAYING I m the .. of pu AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARM IS
MS WEDNESDAY, JULY 9
ORDERED INSTAEEED AT ONCE
on.ni tionn wniiiuiww to
POVISTU rinM.itxM itv i
LEI'S NII OTMIItS WITH
Mtgvrav that worn n
done m:t mmra
CHANGE OE ENGINEER ASHED
cum ll in lx in l Ncsslon .! lutt -l-
Mn w 'i It. W. Jones to oni-
I ilrate With Engineering Elrtlls
In l.--ii ii Tl.rlr Terms.
.' t n 'pliil uniting n( thr Ottt
Council lent Thursday evening W K
l.eeis, appearing (or himself and oth-r-n
who have remonstrated ugulnrt
Him pining program, withdrew pj
Jot-lions thereto at Hip smite time re
ti fit Inar Mini Mi" work lip delayed
unt I March 1. 2U.
At Hip sarin Mine, ton, ii petition
signed Iiv ovtldvntii on MM Otl
ireet between MMlMM anil lllloiil
nttrela wns presented However H.
i 'mindl after lengthy di'bnt" ilplor
mined to proceed with the progrni
1 !lM Co no'esnr o-dlnancc am
ortffjrtag Um mil for blda. Thua Hi
paving program readied the Mm
i v-tl-.n Jul Utti
I'.ufo-B t' o program ran oj
fu thor the tjuostlon of siiu.nit I'
rlly's hnnda for the sum of t . 'it 0
to pay the coal of paving the strei
nnd alley Intersections The nito
Hon will he placed I ofore the vota
for tholr determination at . I e't
Hon to be held on Wednesday. J i
A ret oltiilon waa alao paced deelat
lug that tho city will receive blda ui
to 8 p. m on July 14th, advert!
iiinuta to that effect were ord
I r nled
Want Engineer ltd let cd
At n spedul meeting on Monday
night two copies of u petition MN
rend asking for the removal of l.oul
' Kelney en the city engineer.
I'r violin lo the presentation of klfct
n III on the report of the npeclr.l fJU
-. pai Iiik I'oiiimlltee which hint
.iixmi nppoluted lo lake up I lie .tien
i mn of kinds of patliiK re. iiiiiiiMinl. .1
Mini ll change lie made In Ihe rli
engineer' office The members of
Mils committee lire J It Dim I
I I Vanl'. II. u and T II M..
It In uiiili rnln.il! t Ii.it on UM reput
h fiillli' l was dhli'.ed luo III ill
No r iiriu ul.tr 'h tlnu llecoiiiiiieinleil
In Itn brat report, which wan unan
imous, tilt) i niniiilllee reported Hint
il would mil ai Mil-. Mm.' i u.iiiu as
any ; peril,, upe of pavlug. MM
would wnll until bid were made sj
all of the types of putlng for willed
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At the home of tlie bride's paient..
Mi and Mm Krank Under last
Thuraduy afternoon. Mlsa Leoua Un
der became the wife of Elmo I'.-.ir
son of Welaer. Idaho. Only the nietu
bera of the Immediate families if
the bride and groom were pre
The ceremony was read by Itev Kr
J II. Maloney of the Church of the
Miss Irene Hader, sister of the
bride wa the br'de'a maid, while the
groom waa attended by Hie bride's
brother, Bernard Under Mrs Ja
rob Printing played the wedding
march The ceremony waa perform
ed amid, a profusion of Horal decora
I'.ns constating of ferns and roaes.
-M ol fo"o -Ing M
1 M 'nil Mi Pen-eon left fo
" I " e Pn elte ljil.es re
.. -.pi the'r I.
lie Under cottage. The
I to We'er next weak
'" 'nt - tl ir I on.e.
' ho Is el1 nown In ("in
--r - e i e- of the i.
i -e of th.
Ir t'n 'lit for the p
- h-r "duitln i
f-O"! t" e Ml M
rr her ton p i
of the course at the Cntario li'gh
The groom la a Welser young man
who for several jeais has been wilh
the C C Auderson lo.. in charge ot
one of the departments of that
pant s store in his home town.
R1 iv MAKAORM l ok l.or.i.
AI. i:ANin n ompan sTiili
Clarence V. ("router will lake
chnrge of Mi I larni brine Ii store of
the Moxander n.inpnny on Saturday
He hrrlvpd he MiIh week fr. m We -'f
v. here ho linn H"M employe I b
M' Mexande- firm foi never. il years
Mr ("route- w.ii. !.orn Ml raUeil
a I'aker, Orc;t 1 MM! thcr he M
tercd t!ie MOTtTO ot the Alexsndet
coisnjr 18 team ngo, lnt MM)
tramferred M the Wolscr at ire In
' olsor tin has taken nn u c I . Intel
eat 'n the commercial nffoirt of the
city and has been nne ol Wclorr h
'Ann Creem v, i has managed the
I. niil store for Mi pant t yearn
leaven Ontario to:, VI. I for Welser to
" ake hla homo. He will "it. I M.e
I'nn Oi llernii i H inn. whole.''' grin
erlen, In whl'b t ban purrim l ig
STATE TO SURFACE
ji im.k K. ll. ti:ht hk( iiu -s im
Ml HI VII f O OI'KHATKVN OX
IMintir lllt.HWAV ( OMMIHS.
ION AH in si i.i or OOM
gineers here at worn
olllll) III t.nul.- I ,...,i.l in.. I Cut I
lrnliine nnd Htate Will I urnl
Top Htrt Hurii'i of fg III
gan I dm I Alsi jet Keult i
Mnlith before I was believe, I
possible. Malheur county la lo enjoy'
good roada built in i.. opnrnMon r;i
Ihe Bute Highway Coinniisaloii Thl i
la the result of a conference w-hbh
Judge E. II. Test had with Highway
I'oiiimlsstoner W. I
Tliiuiip-iiii . '
I', ndleton last week.
The first work will he Mint on 'I"
lioiiletaril from Ca'ro to KjrtJM, ' ".
V Uobinson of the Highway t oininl -..-.
Ion's engineering force arrltied In
Ontario Wednesday and ulih .lii.U.'
Test und Commlaalone' I'runk Vlnea
itent over i hut roud in the kfMfM "
I'nder the arrnngement p-rfeet..!
by the Judge with (iiuiml l..n"i
Thompson, the county In pmcted P
lo drain and trade the rod in I '
the dlreeUon of MftaMOf llol.ln n.
and then the lllgbwu.' Com
will surf ace the road ami M
It The work will be rushed PM I
it once und completed In a ahoi-i
The second piece of co-operative
work will be that between Vale an 1
Urogau on the John Duy lllghwai
i lyde ltghoru ulso of the II ghway
i oiuuiis. Inn's force is here to siir
tey I hut road and prepare goes
tlona for its louslruitlnn
Judge Teel und ( oinnilssloner
Vlnea are elated at the MM
uihieted In gutting work slnrled to
the county to soon "It is a questl.ni
of keeping at SI all the time," said
Judge Test lo the Argus Wed,
"Tim entninlsMlon wants 10 get work
going and Is dolug Us best, Inn there
(Continued on Page I)
WHERE W1LLARD AND
m M m Tey Eickaiid Ad Thacheul j
.sbbbbi oooam. ir o w
B e. ' T ax mm
B W-J rviy;" J L9) J
Ao ouUlde view of ooo-balt Me arena at Toledo. O , where Champ Jess Wlllard and Jack Deiop
aey battle un July 4, uhen one weeh before the structure waa completed. Ad Tbacher, president of
the Toledo Athletic Clue, co-operates with Promoter Tu Richard lo siagUag the bout It to oow eetl
maud Mot I't.OOO aoo will witness (be battle.
Independence Day 1919
BURGLARS TAKt GOODS
AT MCDOWELL'S STORE
I ' Knltis II. n In l.nrge (,im..-
ll(.'kl rnl'l mil ami I't MM
lilslllull'i "- 'lt V illi. J.t
('ang Hinlng Week.
l.urglars, woll uppl ed w ii'it.-.
oried In inls ctlon terlus Me
l""1 '''k run di i. hi, ires In . intirl...
I .- iwnd and I.. tie t in
'!l ni'cie;sluii A - ;.el Mi.
''n Tueedat igl-t the Mcli.i.i;
1- i u'.ge si i- :ii emere i in
robliPcl of pri.i' i ly all lis tool ol
p est i kill' . hii'u'.
in .lit enbh . -I i.r An
. eg fcno mad it.b UM !
. I' I 'he h. i
. i ndoMs p,. . : MO muHi fr th.
IM Sunda. I. , I the I
' t.nice was . t'.'-riert ro'ibm anti
ii' 'torth . s'a nps ink. in
Monuay night He Moss V
.lor. 1. 1 Payed- ... ihe vleli l'i
olflceri of Mi il e . iiiin.it in. i i
iv b Ihe poll,.- .i!' trials of I'ajeti.
um: iiitnrlii ,if ! '.ic aherlf 'if I'a.
elte .ounty ai. forking ii tv
Tillies but Iiimi nit Imnti' I tie rie.
'icrs as yet.
HANKH TO MMA1M CUMil l
VI. I, OK NITIKIIH, JI I. -
KollowliiK the piece, lent ,t In I'.
Slates of Washington, Idaho anti
I'lah, (he banks of Ontario hate de
In mined to remain olaMM M ljl
5th, giving their einpio. 000 an 00
portunity to have a real week .in
vacation of three days. Deposing
should take note of this i
KIU.ST NATlONAl, HANK
oNiAKio NATIONAL ham;
DEMPSEY BATTLE AMD MEN PROMOTING BOUT
m i j ..r r jm
WA1 ER SHORT; GIVES
RISE TO GRAVE FBIhfflStSsar
I simke lllter fitter Tiian In Tlilm
Ydr (II) Water Nuppl) Kn-
ib. liner If I nil ( midlines
Crops Hamagml AlreMil
Ihe muM serloie, w.iter siiual on
Which this section has faced In yea;s
exists now The Knake river level
i, lower than ul any time In 30 yearn,
.,' tun. is deeluru. And what !
worse If tho river fulls much low t
tho supply of the city of Ontario will
U ghl uow the pumping plains (
i; . (iv bee lil'fh loinp.iii' and ntl,.
pumping plants on the river are hav
ing 'Iiu e ttlty In reaching witter
lllless this problem is stilted by gel
ting temporary Intakes nut In the
us stream there will
groat losses to crops In this notOM
Home of Hie rnnchers belete Hut
alinady Mint their second crops are
Serious situation is not loon'
Eastern Idaho Is slmllurly stifferl
while I.i the West ill Haunt .nn!
I .. I e , .nun i. . i i.i nut;, i MM Mas'
thoiii-an.ls ni iiiltle and sheep nre !"
lug shlpp.-d lo higher lunge lands
ni Id.i ... M tniiiiiiK and Monl uu
Mr. and Mrs Krunk Under, .n
..mpaliled by llielr dsitsht-r, Miss
li.ne and sou Harrison left this
in.. mil. g for their . .il.ln ... r. ,t'.
to establish hesdi.iur.
Mi' Ii nler family for (lie winner
Uliliiiin Hlatkuby ami kftOI I ''
fure' Mluckaby spent ihe w.k Mil
it llli Mr an,1 Mis into ll'a.Kuh. ol
l!i .'tied ale.
Mrs. O II (Iraham and son Kobe; :l "laudaid followed liy tin
returned ou Sunday from Portland -
they spenl three VMlU
i H.ii r in n us-, w ii i i.i
iti ( 1 1 i ii in iti.i s i itmv i
I lie Arciiv has iiiadi' IRHItimU
H Mi Ihe I K. S NortkWM! ln
roiManil I'm InilleMir- nl I he .
i ''.I DenpMj hkIii at l'oi.'iiii. round
b.t lulliid. Mlvlnn I lie iiinmr- I I
loll Tills I.. i I., en .Imie ii,
''"'l.iiiiMi llli .1 .mi I. Ill I ii 1 1 ll
I Ihe pool h.ill nl. lite ln 1 1 i n
' aim be posted
These Unlit returns will ntart Milt
ing liel t. ell I ; llli .in. ,.'e(i. k
This has hern ariatnie.l b Mi.' I
i i Ihe lienelll ol Ihose who riin'l .M
It ay In Ihe ,ii imi . ajebl I
i . t w lio uant In get the HWI tin Ii.
pni'l hall or ii. iiir d.ni n in froM
i the Aiirns nltlie and get III la get
I vlra I...
JUDGES AT EAIR WILL
TELL RANCHERS WHY
I . I i ll(i ll I.IK i.i Ml. (.IV
I.N .1 NM l i:lllllllillN -
KMIIIUIOKs Will. I I lt
IV silNs I (ill Mill I . nil
PLAN ERECTION 01 BLEACHERS
( ..mil) Kpei I He mil Itie.ikln;
I I. .".Is Till- lull.
Men and womeii who ph e stork
or produce on exhibition ut IM I'nr
hla full, which is to he held S .
uer I to 12, und those who walch Ihe
Judging of these things ure going lo
learn what const Utiles a inn It or ,t
demerit In their exhlh t
This Is to be done by having Mi"
lodges' of the various department .
give n lecture at Ihe lime of in.il.in'.
awards allowing the reasons followed
n arriving at their selections of llr.t.
second and third honors
To do lbs properly Ihe dlreitors
of the Fair ut a ineetliiit held Mi.ii.I...
night ordered the construction of
stands about the Judging ring WaMft
Ihe people i un sit und see the slink
luili.il and hear Ihe Judse;. le.iin.
Kgperl Ijtrge Cn.ttiU
While (be dire, tors ine i.,r Ihe
purpose of i. I nit- Ihe premium
lists they also look up preliiulnsiy
business Since during three days
of last year's fa'r the grand slaid
could nut hold Ihe crowd It was ib
lortiillied lo erect a bleacher stiinil
on the north end of the grand stand
to accommodate (too people
ehurge nl . .in. will be made in
(his stand, and Ihe pthe nl ii .ul
stand admission will be .'.0 OODtl
This is Hie isle charged ul Welser
round up. Ihe Hi, Is., ulr und nil t M
. utility Islrs in the Inlet Mnuuii'n
Ireull The Mallieuf county fa r
ban had the lowest .nliulsnlnn pr'.rc
and the lowest grand stsnd pit,.' ol
.nn ,,i Mm iielghborlng shows And
nne the OOOt Ol ptodu'int; u fair hi".
Krown greater i aih MM Iki OMI I
tell compelled to eniue to th. , .
ititiHi. and uroom an i
MIIIMt.HI Will OMI rlOOlK
It wii , i, ite Wednesday evening ho
hi many ii i. odo ol
days, Ie ,.-ncd Mist Sprugue Adam and
In.. Iirid-- h nl n . i.e 1 in in,!., i u in. i,.
in r oneyuioon trip lo I'oyottt
Lstkoa ' Tbo loMao ol " bou
lest tin .r p'.-.sure
Y,,. '. II, ted l!n lutt li i
Ii" rn t'n- whe irule ill's the .
.il.. and Molly lorOIOtl I hOOt ..t tin
Inline ol Hi . loele sud aunl
Mr ami Mrs t l( l.i.i eo llu'
i ml nil UM iOOM In. k. 1
Again they would not be null lei), bin
unhooked (he iud m id
their eiitiniiie. and a lot Ol I
I'or an In.ur or l..o so ll
'idents of that sertion snuggled fo
sleep while pandemonium raged
nuiptii ativkia IMKXPKNNn MM
I Ml K K I Ol Ml niIKH (AN III
ontRATMD i TKI.KI'Hom
WILL SAVE CITY'S TREES
( I'llllllltllS- ....ill. .1 til liil.slltl ...
INinnlblllt) of Sis nrlnu Wm n-spi-nUs
Water for IrrigHtlou i I
1t l ...I.
To nlnlnte tin delays which i"
p. in. nee, now wheiietcr a lire :-
I un Is lurned In the City f'uilie ,1
i.idi l, ,1 purelliised the alltilllllltl. I) .
iMarni device recommended by I'lie
thief I.iiui- KrOOOtai Jr This itai
the tlosiig act ul a bU") ie imIoi f
I Im loiini'll Inst Thursday etenltu
Mtetiiion wns enlled lo Me :.it
Hint as ai MOOMt operated oat) i r
(the tinging of the lire nlnrin rnmr to
I thO Illy Hall at Mines when then h
no cmpiuyo anoiii. nun nl nigin iti"
-Ii 1 1 ; I lelephnne npetnlorn have In
nil un.' of the holds to locate sonic
one to ting the nl i nil Delays irt'
. ... 1,1." It. llll'l. lestlll
Under the mo s mom Um I '
plimir npernloi need only push a bin
ton and the bell on the tower mar
iho t Ity Hall will ring 90 strokes Mf
iiiiniite Til's Is more ntrnkee Mum
lime hitherto been sounded, nnd
since Hie contrivance is worked
spring device all that la nocesaar
to wind the works after each session
Water Hie Trer
t'oiincllmen present called atten
tion to Ihe fact that due to the exre ,
slvo dry spell the leaves ou the trees
are already falling Without lengthy
deimie the park roinm'llee waa Ir
i in. led lo put it in, in (o work at
iu,,e to III) the old litigating dliclr
wilh wnltT from (he city mains, bn".
Instructed Ii I in lo see lo It that the
water did not Mow over law us.
It was understood thai this method
would be used to save tho trees on
the parking stripes this year, but Hint
something should be done lo Insure
Ihe life of Hie trees and lawns MXl
aoason Not ie was taken nl Ihe ml
dress of Uex Manjuls of Ihe Warm
P tings District Hoard ( the dm
im i.i.il club, in which be suggested
thai UM ! i u I.I secure wuter for
li'ilaat un by a ., .in, it Hon w lib I
Wurinspniigs system and come Ii, .
the district on an acreage basis A
p. , i,l . ..milliner consisting of Conn
cllinen, Trovell l.axson and McHowe'l
was uppuluted to Investigate the p
I 1 1. Hit f. of such u system
ONTARIO TO K.NJOV HAH, Ktll
i.y iiimi: w i hm sow
Hound lor the Yellowsinn. un .
n uu trip, John MedowauY li.l
versily ol Idaho Jitt Hand. will,
ins, It. such a hit at the I'nvrttr pu
vlllloii last week, will be In Outariit
MM Wednesday to give Ontario full
oni Jan dance, according to
i the higher education
The university buys have pl,o. i
all over Ihe Northern Idaho rouul.y
and hate inen the feature of ii.ui
university pintle-, dur ng the wlnl-i
Mr Mcfiiiwan, whu formerly lived In
Kt.iiiielt wus in Outurlo ytsiei
advauoe-agentliig for his ttuop
"We ure going tn make our on
rlo dume u f. nl in. dniiur. leslurllig
ia.it lllackenger nl lloise, who t.
oni, ol tin best pli.no players lu Mi"
North wo I An. p.,, of lilllslr thill
any person in the uudleuce vtuni
1 will he pi odlli id und vt e
no sh. ' ii u i, either In fart Ih'i
mure noise th. rr.ivtd n. .ki s tin pj
music results "
In the oi'gnnUullun nn- the lo
InwiiiK MeOnwan, lllu. kenger, ant
linker uf lloise. lucuhsi ii ami Hi
liunald at Spok, nnd MsaMM "i
Ins. uw, Idaho
I. A,l. im ami ilaur''tu.' Ml..
I C ll ll left till.'. llluriilllK lo lie .l.lll
'., on I'tyeMti l.ukes tn Jon Mr
i .1, Ii. Ii w ho hive been
ti.ere !or some time MUM I UM rump
,.. lor the season
il .. n AI in .o i Ol Mm ' ws. lu
ii la. to .v.rii i'ii's this week on