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BOOSTER VISITS CITY
lAHMA li;l.K;Tlo UCAVM
IHrllM.SS TO INTUHK.ST WN-
SA AND ONTARIO l HAVING
ORMOON ITT n iih.iiw
Cfl-OPtRAIION IS REQUFSTED
II. mil linn- Cull for Itiiule I kiiii hi
mlu 10 Mexico One of Mo I s. . e
( Mkfhwaya ' ' the ttci (in
lir.. Will Do II. lilt.
('. A. Collins of Tnrniiin. secn-iiny
of the Kvergi.cii Trail, accompeolOd
i. .1 dologat 'in of Panai boaioi m
ni"n visited Nyssn mill Ontario MOB
ilny ufliM iiiior iiuil evening t. I
est tllla city In tin- pi in 10 hBTI
highway pass lliru OTl BOO fn m M
BO thru Ontario to tin- gruika rli".
bridge In Hi" I'iinnn pnrly WOT Roy W'lb
run. formerly of !lil. city, II n I
nr! Il'lililil';i I- J U'a' I . nn,!
II .1. Hlnnn, moor of Vnrinii
The I': run folkii ate anxious 10
I kvO ll.r road limn' Mils win- for Hi"
reason Hint It will pnss thru Hi""
lovn. .u, will bring tout 1 1 H
lln fiull bill v.iih tOWOI .-'
1 lor tln'iu to inp ill for siiiipll
uhil nil ' nulppert for their I
Sfcnco the pnrly reached 1
about r, no p. m and no art
nollre aave a telephone mossng" fro
Mr. Wilson Juki a half hour beta
had been reoe'veri no meeting 1
lion over tunny luminous n
the utreot were met nnd W. V Ufa "l
prenlil"ut of ih" ( oiiuncr. Ul lad
and Sceretury K 1. ltodi tool up the
mutter uiih thfiii nnd BOBOfOd lhen
of Ontarlo'a deelre to o . ,, to
l"" "in """'
"We nro marking UM 'Uuiion of Ul kind In Miilloiir rnun-
Trull with mxlal road xlgnit iluu m . ". IM Koni M t inr Aaoiiry for
p"riiiiin,nl in Ihi'lr n.ilui" und wl;i Mnlhiiir .oiinit .mil Hi" KUlt" BOO
t'-niulii for fpan Thin wo ur- ( , ..urtiiriirt 111 Ontario HadOf 'In
ling on! hookli'lH jt ti it niiii- ithoi. in- I aWBOgOOMtll "I Rrble llavi .. I 1,0
Hie roul" nnd lOUIfJfl of U mh.,:. BBOOT tOO dlfOclloa pi V. II Klapl.
tiiKea," mild Mi ciiii. "ii, i' ajorklbo bovloi poreaaaod the bunlneim
1 botef don,' i.iraiiv hy ih" (ii.- boa Mr BoM mid the Vale 11 1
Tucoma, loottM. Spokane. W'ulla W'.ii .witri- ompnn mi Ju 3.
Ii, Halt Iikf mid OiBOT larKi' rlll.v. Mr ttailOI. Hi" BOO own, 1 ,.1
whore ilioy rOOlHO what lOO louri : bOOWOOl I I :i KfOOfOI la
"Out thix road will BOOM gsOO)
of those EuHiorn tourist.., hound lo
or from ('allium a In llni" th -i
number will be rtoulrtort and trebled
and gftrj mi. ,t tl. in lOOVOI a troll
of dpHare bOklOd him It im t I
oIIiitwImii for II BOOta money lo tout
the comii.-y nnd It Is the bunines- ,
, ue IOUII I , I ,111,1 II IS I 111- 11,1 SHIPS'
lion on the route of travel who BOJ
the dli.'ct I., in-fit
"We have the roud marked from
Rait Lake to Caldwell, and It will ho
marked soon from I'uyette to l.e-.vl
Ion, Idaho. The route hvtueen
Caldwell und I'avelte has not been
chosen und It was to get dntu mi
the condition of the road from Cald
well g I'arma, Nyssu und On1 ,
that I BOOM this w'uv this Hm". If
the atUOt of I'srina N'issa und On
turio en op,, ate lli" dlreclors will
talnly take their io-operatioii ii ii ' I
artwseiu.'iii mid OOOOidOf II I"
making their seleitlon of Hi" ioul -
The v hltois at" dliiinr at lifar'
and after dlaongglllg what Is !.
rt.one on the road bOtWOOg I eie a'.i.l
Nyoog, the Purina men returned lilthM territory hulng suh-nKents fro
llnir hollies and Mr nllni; I. f' Ihil
"i.nlng for I'avaitc and other poto
tloog th" propo i Rt ei iroen Trail
LITTLE BOY HAS BOTH
ARMS BROKEN BY FALL
WUIiaill Cell-Is,. Ii Is lit Im oi Cul,,.
ful Ai'iiuViint While li.iiiiiK at
His Home hums Itei-pl. Af-
fe, i, hi Injury to riamale.
For many days William, the seven
ear-old son of Mr and Mrs II I.
Peterson, w II not enjoy this suminer
vacation, for each of his arms are
firmly encased In a cast Without
the use of hands any small hoy g
William's predicament is the re
sult of a fall lie suffered Wednesday '
ROBBERS COOK MEAL
FROM STOLEN COOK
Hovonil llnliirio He-Llenl- Islte,
In liming Itohlieri Hoiilhue-I
Mini of Timn gOOOBS loitunnc
Sii Hon for Night Workers.
Helping IhemaOlVM lo fruit '.mi
fOOd found on hand ill lh" I .
Mrs. II W BItOOI unit h i
Mum ci.iinn. bwglora took tin
I rook ni'iil mill m..ke Huiii iv
"hi liiinn" BOW ilino iliirinr il v,
; nlng of July 4.
'I'lilil llii' work v .. done In liic.il
I yeggs Ml evil'-iit l Mm fact that
liny kii"w Mm, MIm-ii I -nd .il s
QOfOOO ,..! HWIIV frillll llOHl". Ill"
IiiivIiik got," '' M'-'ii'l Hi'' iln nil I
It lull t M Ith I heir iinilli' I . wl ii ll B
(III' ll'iilli Mllil gOOl liWi'Ml of low II
Also this Ih lull tin' flr.u i i i .
lo Hi-' lln I M bow d ii i i i -. 1 1 pa
fiw weeks Twice bafon ihi hnnM
WBS entered I, III Utile Will lul I I
mi Mm unlay night i I .1 W
Bprlngt r bom . I .1 lo i bo n
ii n dOflcO ai i-nti red mill I
watches mid some in l I i'
tin' iwog OarTlod :i" . v b; tb tl
rml wooka ogo loo hi
of A. U Cm kritin . I .11 ! qi
mo! 1 riMOBtl) ii''' .1 . "ii r 1
bono witH entered inn
vnluo was lnk"ii
V. B. STAPLES FORD .
GARAGE MANAGER NOW
Krlile llm and Vale llaidwiii" .
..iin SeIN I'oiil k"u. i for ( ,un
I) mill I'osilirss lll'l " o X. II.
riiu rord tiMrna". the Iikhi m
I'ouuti'K hiiHlnesH I'lri'le, botrloi for
yi-aiK hei'ii lili'iiHIU'd with v "Ikiniwii
i: i ti. lions both In Ontario k , I 'M
II" r.'tiirii"il lo Oni.irlo two "arH
ago tO OOtOI the gBTOgl bOOtBeOa with
' ' ' iftOt ami l.,t.'i sold, lakliiK
Hm .s.IIiiik atc'iuy fei ih" K.ifi.'in
Or. son Aulo .oinpmiy'H hiaiuh bOTO
,...,,.,.,., ,i. ,,, ,,,, i , , ., it,,, ..... m : l
' ni-gollatlona VON under wu for. i It -
whleh he lo Id until .J .in. SO, lin
purehaae ol Ibe i "ord ag
Mr Hayes who nines from Hi"
aulo ("Id bog! . alio- Ii Vale tin i-e
years ago to pOfOhOOt Hie
from Tliouius Coward. who lln-n VOOl
in LnOrunde Sin." ooinlng Imre
Mr Hayes "iilurK"rt the BOOtOO
had the present miraK" I. mil I... J
l( lllai'kahy ll wus BOOOOtOd (01
th" llrst Hui" on J.inuan I. I'M
lt Count. v Aiii'iir.i.
in puriiiusiiK the Kurd 9ff f '
said Mr Staples, "It will he our pol
icy to maintain th,- si iidard
I n I in Malheur lounty that h,
paoy boo Um world ovor This
IgOOO) for Kind BglO (Of Malh ur
BOUnty, III" BtkOff UKeinies within
H.I I list 1! Ill lull We will ke p .
hand a lante ard eomplei" Hue
r.ud parte iad maintain i
that will he BBOOOd 10 none fouert
in any part of the entire ronntry "
afternoon while plaviiiK at his home
on Vli tli" IfOOt mol M nit: i.
mi.- He was up wi a tree and somo
linw lost his fooling falli'i
downward To break the fa', I
stretched forth his hands with I he
result tiiai above each wrist
fetod a fraciurn
The little . :. p i,,ok his
I tune manfully. He did not c
when at the surgeon's office i
bones were set. His liule abom
Buck Gallagher, however, did noi
.take his pal's ini.iurtune that
I He cried On,, would have thoi
i was he who was injured Instead
his chum In lulling shout (he ,,
cldent one of William's Mule sirl
playmate.-, with big rouml
II" l "-ok" both his IiuliIm Inn
did go) COO
.MAMiKri, - COUNTY, ein:
BACK TO THE 010 SWIMMING HOLE
GOLDEN WEDDING OF
l.irtlii' l.litlii'ilnu " llt'lnl Hi's iiikI
I tkonilk t'oiiiineiiioriitr 1 1,, 1 1 "ii-
n. ii of Mmili'l I. If" of Mr. mill
Mrs . Mrtireaoi
At lli.'ir lioill.' souihuisl ol I'.
Hi tool ThurHilii) Mi n tTil Mri. A
ii MeOrofOfi plooooro "i thin goo
Hon. ""iiiinii.'d t iii-i i golden w.'.i
.Inn; surround, rt hy IkOtf i".i
"hllilron. st"i il Klandohlldi, n .inrt '
u host oi BOtfljttbon and trtOOda In
the happy party Ihil" wi'ii-uoi.
pier ( ti ii Ii the lir'd" und groum Of
III t s.
Tin- rOotlvHIoa of tin- do) gaatei
rt .irmind the wdillmt dinner, whl. ii
with lis boootloa wus Bojoyod bj
th" tifiy or more gBlbOTOd at
hem ily larten laid", Ih" Coiupiin
iijoi.-.i Dm i iloJoaooooi ol Nil !
ami Mrs MaOrogOf who shoriiy ufi-1
""' -h" u ,r '""' '" OfOfOO Md
have watched this aieat still, itg
velop from crude sage l.ru h pluim
Mr. und Mrs MoOrogOf OOTO BsOl
,rled Juh I, lM.ii m Uaiipun. N .
gBOOiOi an. I BTOi td IM plains to
Oregon .17 "ars ago. residing her"
in Malheur county pfOf sliue. To
them 10 children were born, sevn
of whom are now living They hav i
I M.-. n grand tklMfOO and two
great grand children
The golden wi'ddliw: gills ol ih:r
sons and daughter., were a ten dOllOT
Kolrt pi. . e (rolii eaeli. anil U gfgl w i.i
difficulty il.al Ihe.-.e colli.!
Other,, of the gOOOtOi too. mart"
Ihelr gifts In I'm le Sinn coin. .l
and $a gold pi.
The meiuheis of the Ml '
family who gather.-. 1 to honor !'
eel. 1,1 III ni-ll, Mrs 8 Ii llll. '
and family of N'vs.a, Mr and Mi
Hairy McUregor tod fauiily of Pal
ma. Mr and Mrs A A Wellington.
Mr and Mrs John MoOrogOf I I
son. Mr and Mrs A:
family. Andrew umi Robert MeOrogor
ull of llll'.lllo Thh".
bors und fr ends made up the puny,
which was a patriotic gutherir" g
kaaAlui- with the season, li.i1 ii.c la.-i
,. ... ,,
inn Hi a leirruu oi ine i li.l wai .11 1
M. liregor make the occu -inn BM ol
loncweil devotion to Hi" oiiii'i
fought lo save.
OWYHKJK RANI HKlis ATTKMO
I Hit II OIUKCTOILS' MFKTISn
I , M whul could I" don lo 111
SUI" theiu wuier for the but in, ol
tba -ea.soii. a large iiuiiiber of Ihe
stock holders ol Ibe Owyboe i
loii.paiiy BBOM 10 Omar!-, la-l Sa' II
day lo ullend 1 In- regular luontl.!'.
uieeiiiig of the directm- rbag Were
1 that avarylbiag .
being don, to pfOjOOj Hie supply
jon. rnr!;si.v. .iilv id.
TWO CHILDREN AND
MAN BITTEN BY DOG
i .mil..' on i(iiuiiiiK" aoaaa Watrj o4
I'linois liunois I..K ihi u l..i",
otl. M.n on rims,' lint, i.
mi.. I lot nonil.
Too . hildri'ii .'iii.l mi" iiiuii wor,
l,lll"ii in tin- past :M I, our In xl
mil" dog Mai,) lo ii" Hi. prof
in oi or Clark, electrician f"i
I - Idaho 1'omr Minipain who Ih".
. u He Knsl sldO, TkO VlOl BM Of lOO
i. mine ure Hukiiii Moor". BM of In
.1 Mrs A (! Moor" Kliionii.o
IValkor, daaghtor ol Mi aod Mi
U r M'alker. ami J II Atlniion
Mr. Alheitou grOJ the lirt-t vn I
He w.i- bitten iii two plan-- on ii
right bud Tko d..,' lootb mad
p woiiiuls on hin liuiiuli und
imi Hid" i
Hagoo Wotta, Iko aoooMI rtotln
was hit In several ut lli
t " kOd l"dv when he triad 10 lOofl
the dog aaa. from II," chickens in
II." Moon I, uk v ml on Hi" KOOtdlde
i little whi:,' lat'l Ih" dOgJ "
In front of the t.old'ii Rule
store where the Utile Walker girl
if pining. It Jumped up in lei
Idling In- Iwiei on.', on the cheek
..gain mi the foreheud
Or II II Whitney was called lot
he children's wouurts ami lOgOthei
w th a number ol nn-ii. im lading Mr
Aihnrion. Ir Moore, ami l
started a hunt for th" uuliu ..'
It was finally loOOtOd BO 0
street and driven down the al
HI Ihi RgltUl blacksmith shop win
reached The dog ran In there bu
.-. bOO hi- pin u.i -. trlid lo cuteli him
hecani" ho vnious thai h" BlOdOd
their efforts lie then run down
Wyoming street and sought refuge
under the big porch at the (Jeo
lll.lllll.K loin", und there Hie III. n
w.re Irving to catcli him ull v - lie,
Mopped all the hole- aroUll.l Hi"
pa rob and were im iding ! BortoJ la
ti ii. Ii nn into
If caught alive the animal will l.
i laad and watehod If it is foood
.necessary lo kill him his head will
be sent In Ihe Slale II.U'I "liologl t
ciuud l'ropst returned Tot
from Twin Kails and Nevada BO
where he went three weeks ago Hi
is Colisiilerllig a proposition In 'h
Twin kails counlry
H I Iloyer left lodai .. Jorda 1
alley on husluess lie IglBOdOd ' '
lake Hie PolOOO cr. ek hill route to '1...
county s southern metropoll
Hi," tiruham, (In- in, undal au
thority of Juntura. Is milling uroimrt
aasoog Ontario fr ends today
PLANT ON ORCHARD
Moftofl t.. Iliiiiow- tomes to In.
il t'ltt Raaotla i.iiK.- Coop
-I',-. 1 !iK l'roM'rtiiw SonlliiK's'
Insperl I ha big raneh propei
th - v. ! loh h, wllh I. P Urrtwny of
HI r.nil. Minn, owni. Morion (I
Bnrrowi of tin- MloooaoU "npltiil
in (inliirlo thin wi'plt Mr
:irrl"rt from the Boat llil', J
1 ineriiliii: .iiirt wont :it onro to hU
" .iro 1 'piM'ilnK a IiIk crop of I
fruit on th" ptaCO HiIn full," h.iUI :r '
iarrowi "Wa bOV nrranged fori
'mid iietunlly btgOO roniiructlon ol 1
1 iiioilern pit, king phiui on Hi" mm h
Il will ho loriiti'il on Hip floulh t r : 1 t
inrt win be equipped a th RMohoot
il lorton ami all modirn eqalpOMM
iror in., nmiiiiing or rruiiH
"Tho thU will aotooll) h" our
firnl crop we liavo ordored .'I.Olio
boooa for upplcM Th" trec'R have
ctiiiialn.'.l fur m. no thiin enough lo
rtli that nuinhir and wo aro thlnnln.t
No, wo bOtra not .old th" crop,
nt. yet," Ii" khIiI, "hut nro not worrying-
about thai for IkOfO w'll ho u
Hood iiimkot for tin' crop "
ONTARIANS FROM CITY
Viilo Is M.sim for IJiricoM Smut
I'lll.'tll', WelMT lltlll llol-i 'I In, .iih
Iii. lo. Iril Mlllll Ollllll lllllS 'M
I rii Iti'iiuiliii ,1 nt llonie.
QoM M th" proverhlul graveyard
pptli il"M rllioM the iippoarnno" oi
onimlo loot Friday, July 4. It wiih
aim., i lonesome to pans down Ore
gon 'ti'i'i any lime during Hie dm
doi-lure those who were here
Vale wus the Menu for Hie major-
H of the clllaeus, und thuy oil Joy. .1
I inn" in tli" louiity soul In
spli" of ihi- 1 1 en I of the day there wot
BOOOgb do iik " iiiainluiu Interoil,
und Hi" hull kiiiii" In the afternoon
anil the wrentlinK luatili In Ih" BVO
ktogi aooordlog to tko bmv tl least.
iiinply repaid every effort put forth
I'lo " alhl'tl. evenli are still helm:
talked uimut hy thooa who witiien-id
thou old umars, like wiuiam Jones
und Itulldall Suite deelure that Hi"
w resiling lualeli wus the greatest
Hi. i ever saw.
Ami well they might
for s.ini, II ntnl llo
in.inoll liTOggjtOd for more than two
hours without scoring a full
llrogan Wins lliill . aine
Aided by Hie rooting of I'ai (rOllg
gher and Ivan K Oakes the llrogan
"Apple lickers" trimmed Captain
Jack Huston's Vale colts by a 6 to &
score, und thus secured revenge from
previous dOfOOU si Vale's bauds
At noon the Vale committee gave
a luncheon for Hie returned noldl'irs
and sailors eiUul to the best ami was
a inaiilfe-tatlon of the city's hospi
tality On Saturday the cilibrallon wus
iiuiHiiued snd one of Its b'ggost
wus the manner lu which Jim
Wilson of Cow Valley surprised Han-
tall ami Nick Collins of llolse In
a han. Il, up match In which Santiil
agreed lo throw Wilson In 111 teen
lulnules for the entire gat" r.cii.ts
the San Fram sco wlxsurd was badly
fooled Wilson, recently discharged
frmn tin- service demoiislrated that
be was u match for Hautiil and not
only prevented him from securing
a full but had Hie visitor on the le
It'll lv- I .oil of Ih. time
1 1' (i.xiuaii mid son of Jamie.., ,i,
were In Onlurlo tmluy The water
In il,. Willow It iv r Valley Is getting
low, says Mr Oxiiiau, hut he declares
that the hot wave Is doing a much
iluinag" as the water shortage
HI. k lie Arinond, the veteran den.
authority of the county spent
part of the afternoon here today pre
dicting in 11 publican friends the re
-nils of Ho- election in November,
Jacob ..-tiercob who pui.iius.'d
Ihi 1 I. nulling ranch mi Hi" llouleianl
southwe-i of the city Is having a line
new h.uigalow residence hull! on Ihe
PAVING BONDS WW
BY TWO TO ONE VOTE
M-ihi 1 1 11 I I 1 . H..N MARKN Ur
TKHMINATION TO IMPR4 I
HTHKKTW (MMJ MI'IIIH.
Ml MM.X HHI(M OCT liAR.
(JFT VtrT: IN YK.AVM
VOTE 286 FOI; 147 AGAINST
Time When Patina; Will b Laid Not
Ye4 IKtrnolo..! lUds Will rw
iteteUed Next Monday I eaOa
Many l'mbleim still to be Molvl.
Ily a vole which lacked Just eight
of being exactly ewo to one the leatie
of $20,000 In general bonds to par
for the paving of ntreet and alley In
inravi'ilona In the proponed pavlnf
; diatrlct earrlod at the apeclal elec-
tlon held reaterday.
Th" city resembled appearnun- of
old tlmea. no thoee who hae lived
here long. said. In denrrlbtug the con-
( tent Care were buay carrying votetn
to the polle, and practically tba en-
tire city gave Itself over to watching
the result. Thin wan especially
true In the afternoon when the
frlenda of paving realised that Ita op
ponents were bringing out their full,
II t' Iloyer and a number of Mo
em rallied the opposition and put up
a good hard fight for tbelr conten
tion, but as the vote showed, puhii
I'liiiin .nt waa overwhelming Ii
favor of the Improvement.
The else of tba vole which total" I
48a Is sufficient to Indicate tba ii
terest shown by the people. There
were many who voted who have not
been at the polle for year, no doubt,
nnd thin waa true of both aides of
Opponents or the paving eiprenvM
Hie belief fallowing the election, that
hud the vote beeu restrleted to
property owners aloaa It woel.l
have been defeated, but frlaoAa of
the isnite question that doductlo-..
j Anyway the vote lu that case would
have been "lose.
I The organised effort to get mil
Hie favorable votn resulted from
meeting of the Commercial elub
Tuesday eveulng and the work of tha
conimlttoe appointed that night.
However there were niaay volunteer
workers on Wednesdey and no doub'
both sides carried lo the polls pi
sons who voted the opposite way.
With the favorable action of Ilia
voters recorded yesterday the fol
lowing streets will bepavej: tda!i
street starling at the Kant city Up
Ita to the track 20 feet wide; from t
track to Oregon street bi feet wld- .
Oregon street from Wyoming avenue
to Illinois street, tl feat wide; Col
orado aveuue from the east rail of
the railroad tracks to Oregon etre t,
California avenua from Oregon aire
to Maple street 20 feet wide; Neva-Is
street from the O. 8. L. pasaeager
station to Itlchardaou street; Rlrb
unison i i reel from Nevada to Wash
ington street, Washington BtVOOt
from lilcnardnou to the O. H 1..
freight station; and Illiuole aire. 1
fr ,in Oregon street to Weaeo street
N feet wide.
When thin paving can bo done It
stftl to be determined The Council
has called for bids to be opene i
next Monday afternoon, but aa yrt
has not solved the engineering pro).
lem and aeveral other details How-
aver with the marked approval of
the voters paving for Ontario la as
SHOW STOCK OFTEN
ii.ii.ii. .r, at Fair should u.e Aa
InuUa Trained to Himod la toel
Hhapa Before Jadgwa A little
Training- Helpe tireatly.
Among the many little tblnr
which lieddeni II II Tunng aud
Director II Couklln would like
In see Inuugiiraled awoug exhibi
tor! of live stock at the Fair U the
tralulug of the animals to stand pro
ily before Hie Judges.
"There are many line animal ,'
it eatUued aa Page I)