tiHtfrow xtn. 9tlh 'W y VOL. XXYI ' Jl lil ! LINCOLN BANQUET TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 1uIh E. llenn, Cnnillilnto for Gov crnor (o Deliver Principal Ad- dress K.M. Demi of Nyssn F. M. Nortlirup and Mrs. Itruco Kcstcr to Speak. At tho Mooro Hotel Monday a Lincoln bnnauot 111 lm In. 1,1 ni which the bunquot gliosis will liavo nn opportunity or mootinR Louu E. llcnn, spoakor of tho Houoo In tho last ronulnr nnd snnHnl nnnntnnu !.. llvor tho principal address. Spoakqr noon is ono 01 prominent candidates for tho republican nomination for govomor and this wilt bo his first address 1n Kastorn Oregon, In fact It will bo tho formal oponlng of his campaign. Tho othor spoakors on tho pro- ' gram will bo Mrs. Ilruco Kcstor of Vnlo, Earl M. Dean of Nyssn, Frank M. Northrup of Orogon SIopo, and C. F. Trow of Ontario. Arrungoniantfl havo boon mado for 100 guests nnd Indications aro tho largo delegation!) wilt bo prosont from Oregon Slopo, Vale; Nyssn, Urognn and Jamlosou. Sovarnl up per country republicans havo also slgnlOod tholr Intention of bolng prcsont. couples come to ontaiuo for wedding ceremonies Hot. Honry Young of tho Moth odlst Episcopal church was a busy man yesterday afternoon flitting from no wedding coromony to an other. First at tho parsonngo ho said tho words which mado Ernest Irving Jloothlor of llalnos, Orogon, and Mildred Pearl Illnklo of Harper, Oregon husband nnd wlfo; then ho wont to tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mulllns whora ho porforraod tho coromony by which John W. Bishop oLShawnco, Oklahoma and Anna. K. Fairbanks wore mnrrlod. Miss Fair banks Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Fairbanks who llvo on tholr ranch botwoon hero and Vale. Tho groom Is a nmchlnlst of Shaw noo to which city tho young couplo loft ou last evening's 24, to mako tholr home. KICK HY HORSE FATAL TO vLlTTLE HUNTINGTON GIRL Dora Sapp, tho .sir jetr old daughter of Mrs. Jam on Klklno of Huntington was brought to tho hos pital horo Saturday morning suffer ing from injuries rocolvod whon tho horso on which sho rodo from school klckd hor in tho head. Sho was brought horo for an opomtlon in hopo Hint thus hor llfo could bo snvod but sho dlod shortly nftor wards. Tho, body was taken to tho Ontario Furnlturo Company parlors and propnrod for shlpmont to Port land for lntormont. COUNTY SEAT BASKET BAH TEAMS LOSEJOIH SUES Girls or O. H. 8. Defeat Vnlo Girls 12 to 4 Wlilln Local Hoys Swamp Visitors Under 40 to B Scoro Tuesday Evening. Only a small crowd turned out Tuesday evening to witness tho Intor cjitlng baskot ball games botwoon tho loams representing Ontario and Vnlo high Bchools at the Loglon Hall. Tho flrst gnmo was that playod by the girls foams In which tho visitors wore dofeatd by tho accurate tossing and closo guarding of tho locals by a 12 to 4 scoro. Tho.gamo was marred by tho many falls of players on both sides but was novor-tho-loss Interesting. Tho boys from tho county seat wore unequal to tho task of holding the locals down. Tholr floor work was bettor than their shooting, how vor, for though they took many shots at tho baskets thoy could not score. Tho flrst halt ended 22 to "2 for Ontario. Thon coach Latbrop put a number of second string men in and thoy continued to pile up a one sided score so ho gave a number of his third string men nn oppor tunity to show their wares, Thoy kept tho procession going until it was only a quostlon of hqw much one sided the total woula bo. In the flrst half Mitch Mooro and Joe Mea see and Hale got off to a running start and swamped the visitors, while . Turner and McCrelght did excellont guarding. Sanford Scott and Irving continued the scoring In the socond half, and later Fortier and Shay entered the game and all performd in championship form. Eramett plays hero Friday. HORARY ORDERED CL08HD PENDING SLIGHT, EPIDEMIC Although the epidemic of small pox which has been pre valent in a mild' form during v the past two weeks is growing less, still as a precaution, City Health Officer, Dr. W. J. Weese has rocommended that the public library be closed so that no books be returned from any home where infection could - be posslblo. Under the law all books belonging to the library which have been la homos where the small pox bos been suffered, will be burned, and since" the library already has too. few books it can not afford to take tho risk of losing others. PRICE FOR HAY APPARENTLY DUB FOlt UPWARD CLIMll NOW Attor a fall and winter dur- lng which tho hay raiichors of f tins soctlon havo seen their 4 sumuior's crop olthor go at a loss or havo no buyor sooklng it, tlioro Is npparontly somo hopo that tho unsold crop wilt command a botlor prlco. Last wook ono or two ranch- org In thlB soctlon wcro offorod as high as IG.00 per ton In tho stnek; whllo at Nampa, accord- lng to pross dlspatchos, dairy in on woro paying 18 per ton, and tho prediction was mado at Nampa that duo to tho dairy demand that It was bolloved that 10 would bo tho prlco boforo tho next crop Ib cut. An Indication of thdjdegroo to which tho Increased 'itumbor of dairy cows In this section, ospoclally oast of tho rlvor Is counting In tho hay domand, Is evident that ovary day sees many loads of hay bolng hauled across tho rlvor horo. WANT HENRY FORD NATION'S EXCEUT1VE Handlers Doploro Elovntlon of Ken yon to ltcnch mid Thinks Auto Maker Could Hun Nation on Tin Llzzlo Hails Honry Ford, manufacturer of tin Llzzlos, has boon suggested for tho prosldoncy of tho Unltod States. His nominatien: that Is tho desir ability of his candldncy, was ox prossod right hero In Ontario and In Joctod a bit of humor Into tho moot ing of tho rnnchors who aro going to ralso potatoos horo this year. Tho meeting was hold at tho City Hall yesterday aftornoon. Henry's nomination that Is, tho doslrabltlty of putting tho Wlilto Hoiiso on whools so to speak, camo from W. L, Oibson pt Nyssa, during a discussion of tho nomination of Sonator Konyon to tho fodoral Judge ship in tho eighth district. Ono ranchor doclared: "Every tlmo tho farmers dovolop a leador somoono grabs him and they mako him somothlng or other." "Well wo want a ehivfrp," talrt Mr, Oibson. "I want Honry Ford for tho noxt Prostdont." And tho suggestion rocolvod ap plause whothor of approval or amusomont was hard to dotormlno. Anyway tho nomlnutlou was not socondod and nothing furthor camo of it. Miss Lola Ilooso was takou to the 0. W. Dean home Monday to visit whllo convalescing from nn oper ation porformod nt tho hospital last woo 1c Ontario and vicinity was woll represented at the Slick Ilros, salo southeast of Payptto. W. H. Mulllu of Crane was an On tario visitor tho first of tho wook. NIs Pattorson spout Tuesday in Ontario calling on tho hardware trade, and Incidentally fannlug old timed In Lake county with Emory Hill who was over from tho bench that day. Paisley was "somo place" In tho days whon NIs and Emory cavortod on tho plains, was tho Im pression that camo from tho yams thoy had to toll. Androw Robinson has purchased the Dofoo ranch on tho hill west of town from Sid CoinogyB, Mr. Robin son sold tho property ho purchased last year Just east of tho rail road track on Idaho avonuo. Henry Ulackwell of Portland was In town tho flrst of tho wcok inter viewing stockmen. Snooker is the latest pastime In Ontario slnco tho advent of tho big English billiard tablo in tho gamo room of tho Mooro hotel. Mark Ruthorford camo down from the Interior last Saturday and spont the week end In Ontario. Otto Illackaby of Homedalo was an Ontario visitor, the flrst of the VTGdlC John Drutzman returned Sunday from Lowlston where he attended the mooting of the managers of the Hub, chain of storsB. Tho style of the Arm name has been changed and tho stores will bo operated under tho namo of C. J. Dreler. Tho Odd Follows and Rebekahs hold a joint meeting last Saturday evening and enjoyed tho social ses sion. George II. Qllham has purchased tho P. J. Gallagher residence on Virtue street. Mr. and Mrs. II. IL Tunny moved this week Into tho Doyd residence, and Mr. and Mrs'. Joseph Llnglo have moved from the Rutherford bungalow to the Clement houso which Mr. and Mrs. Tunny vacated. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Howland have taken the 0, A. Krata. residence on Rlversldo. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Jones ud children expect to leave Saturday for Des Moines fowa where Mr Jones, father is lit. They expect to be gone for some time. Deputy ShorlS Charles Glenn came to Ontario Monday and sum moned a number of business men for Jury duty catching among others, J. R. Illackaby and Harry B, Cock rum. Mrs. Susie Morton returned Mon day from a visit to relative at WeJm, LOCAL PERSONALS iONTABIO, MALHEUR COUNTY, ORECION, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1922 '''''iSSSSSaSMMSJWSailtSSWSMMMSWWMSMMSllMBSSJSB POTATO GROWERS WILL POOL ORDERS FOR SEED Also Considering Plant for Market ing CruiH-t-Many Growers need Assistance to Sccuro Heed Think Hankers Need Kducntlon Sovonty-flvo Mnlhoiir county farm ors who aro going to ralso potatoes as ono at tnoir principal crops gninorou in untario yesterday U discuss tho probloms at securing sood, nnd iucldontty also discussing tho problom of mnrkatlng the crop attor it was raised. Early In tho discussion It dovolop od that many of thorn would need financial asslstanco to sccura seed, but not as many as It wns at first ballovod would roqulro liolp other than thnt which thoy could personal ly got from tholr local bankors. Sovornl of' tho spoakors declared that It was tholr opinion that whon tho bankors of tho county nro hotter Informed concornlng tho stability of tho potato crop, and could bo shown by Individual 'inombors and by u committee tho profits which tho growors could mako on notntoos. oven if tho prlco Is far lower than that secured Inst year, thoy would glvo tho farniors ontltlod to crodlt tho niotioy nocossary for sood and tako a crop mortgago. Tho commlttco on seed rocom mondod that tho ranchora do npt sign up tnoir crop with corporations but thnt thoy markot tholr crop co oporatlvoly, nnd askod that tho rnnchors boforo Inking action attend tho mooting Friday whon tho plnu proposod for tho mnrkotlng of tho Idaho crop will b,o discussed. It was also dotormlnod that tho orders for soed bo poolod and thnt tho oxocutlvo commlttoo of tho Farm lluroau bo Instructed to uso tho machlnory of tho buronu for handl ing this work. It was roportod nt tho mooting that upwards of 100 acres will bo plnntod to potntocs In Mnhour couiily this year and that on an avorago It will roqulro 2(TJpor aero for sood. Tho only adverse advlso on tho mnrkotlng plan was that given by W. L. Oibson who doclarod that a big organization would not work. Ho advlsod forming small community organizations. Oco. W. Lattlg, Poto Tonson, a. W. Dean, and 1. I., Cul bortson nnd others who attondod tho mooting nt Caldwoll Monday doclar ed tholr ondorsomont of tho Idaho plan as prosontod by tho Canyon County Farm Uuroau and urgod tiro men prosont to bo nt tho mooting Friday. LETTUCE GROWERS TO HEAR MARKETING PLAN Handlers Who Intended Plantlnc Lettuce Called to .Meet Hero Friday to Hoar Marketing Men Will Present Plan County Agont L. It. Ilrlothaupt ou bohalf of tho Farm lluroau Mar kotlng Commlttoo, has Issued a cir cular lottor calling a mooting of all tho raon In tho county who Intend to ralso lottuco this year, and nlso tho ranchors from Payette and Washington counties. Tho call for tho mooting discusses tho matter as follews: Thoro will bo a vory important mooting at Ontario, City Hall, on noxt Friday February 10 atlO:00 a. ra. to consider matters In connec tion with marketing head lottuco. This mooting Is for overyoito Inter- osioa in uoau lottuco growing In Mainour, Payette and Washington counties. "In calling this mooting I am. co oporatlng with tho Malheur county farm bureau, tho Canyon county farm bureau and tho commlttoo ap pointed at a recont head lettuco meeting In Ontario, all acting thru tholr responsible renresontutives. It Is oho of threo or four meetings bo- ing Held this week at control points from Twin Falls westward. Thoro will be prosont representatives of tho lutencptod organizations which have been working on tho market ing problem with head lettuco and of tho California Vogetablo Union, Including President Thomas O'Noli I of that company, says Mr. Hrlot . haupt. Present estimates Indicate that 1000 cars or more of head lettuco will, bo grown in the Snako Rlvor valley this year. 8uch a crop should be worth around 11,000.000 Qeforo this can bo realized by tho growors, however, a very great amount of money must bo put Into the various Reins making up "cost of production " Certainly It wpuld bo a stupendous blunder on tho part of the growers It they should pro ceed to "buy" with cash and labor, a great and valuable crop without taking Into consideration to whom It can be sold and how It roust bo gotten to the consumers. Such a lack of foresight could have but ono result, and that would not be to the liking, of tho growers nor to the general business Interests of the Snako River valley, to say nothing of what would happen to tho lettuce Industry which now gives such great promise for tho futuro. The fate of tho producer of good lettuce do pends upon the efficiency of the marketing organization which must be built. VEGETABLE GROWING TO BE BIG INDUSTRY Pole Tonson of Nssn Tolls Ranchers That by Next Year Ranchers New NiMH Plan Marketing Mixed Vegetables "If wo can soouro sufficient acro ngo next year wo plan to bo prepared to markot mlxod Togotablos and ship In carload lots," said Poto Tonson to tho raiichors asBomblod nt .tho mooting of potato growers Wed nesday aftornoon. "Wo do not know how oxtonslvoly wo can got Into tho business but wo hopo that It can bo duno and that others In this county will go Into tho business so that wo can markot tho crop economically." Other ranchers later discussing this proposition doclarod that It meant tho Introduction of more Japanese. Somo ufttho Vouchors do clarod that It openings could bo se cured tlioro nro COO Japs ready to coiiio Into this soctlon. They also report that xiprcsoutatlvos of Japs havo sought to sccura small tracts from many ranchers. As tho result of theso offorts tho raiichors daclaro that tlio movement to dovolop tho truck gardou ldon Is Just another oponlng wedgo for tho Introduction of tho Nlppoiiosso Into Mnlhoiir county, and. thoy view It with sus picion. HAY WAGON PASSIM OVJ'.R IlOYj hi.kjiit imuiHKS huiti:ui:i Whon Richard, tho llvo year old son of Mr. and Mrs, W. II. Urooku run under tho hay wagon driven by II. J, Thnrp, to Join n playmate who wns riding on tho reach, ho slipped and foil boucnth tho roar whool which pasBud over his body at tho shoulders. Fortunately It was a wldo tlrod wagon nnd this porhnps accounts for tho fact that no bones woro hrokon. Had tho wagon struck him a few Inchos olthor wny It Is bollovnl thnt his nock or bnck would have boon broken. Mr. Thnrp did not sou tho Itttlo chap, nor did ho ovon know tho accident. Tlio Itttlo chap was nblo to got up and run homo nnd Is now ublo to bo up and about. PICKS UP MAN ON Itr.QUlCHT OF IIAltNKY COUNTY OFPIUKILS On u request mado by Harney county officials, Roy Stacoy was ulckod up horo Monday by Marshal II. C. Farmer and lodgod lnJnll. It Is understood thut ho Is wanted for u statutory offense. OLDEST SETTLER OH OWYHEE JAMES S. HON PASSES Funeral for Inspected Citizen Largest Ever Held lit Commun Ity Moved to Settlement In lHHt Other Otvyhco N'vs Note Is James S. Plnkstou, ngod 77, who was ondeurlngly known to his many neighbors ami friends In tho Owy hoo soctlon as "Grandpa" Plnkston, wns liurlod In tho Owyhee comotury lost Bunday afternoon. Tho funornl sorvlco wits held from tho Nyssa Methodist church nnd was porhaps tho largest sorvlco of its kind ovor held In Nyssa. Frlouds gathered for many miles to pay tholr final tribute to tho esteem In whloh tho doccasod planoor wns held In this soctlon. Mr. PlnkHton en mo to the Owyhee roKlon In 1884, boforo tho Owyhee Ditch was built and was un actlvo and Inrtuontlal citizen, taking part In church and community affairs. Louis Uollord was a visitor at tho Kllngback homo Wednesday, where ho asslstod In tho annual hog but- chorlng. Owyhee was woll roprosontod at tho Farm lluroau meotlng and pro gram at tbo Kolony school house Monday ovonlng. A Jolly party of young folks mot at tho W. W. Smith homo Monday ovonlng. Music ant! popcorn woro onjoyed by those present. The weekly choir and orchestra practlco was hold at tho Flshor homo Saturday ovonlng. , Mr. and Mrs. Oco Schwelsor and chlldron visited relatives In Cald woll from Tuesday to Sunday. Carl Schwelsor made his "debut" as cornotlst In tho Kolony H. 8. Or chostra Monday ovonlng. Lynn Kygar and Oral Hlte wore Rolso visitors Friday. Aftor a visit by Dr. Sarazln Sun day, somo of tho Huffman chlldron woro found to bo suffering with scarlot fever. Dr. Sarazln advlsod closing the school for a weok to watch developments as theso chil dren havo been attending school. Tho school was glvon a thorough fumigation. The Owyhee school Joined tho Red Cross last week. Most of tho members were also mombers of the Junior Kd Cross, Miss Davis met with her sowing class at tbo Pullen homo Saturday, lor, Oeorgla Rust and Nova Larson nfternoon. Tho members present wore: Elba Pullen, Nellie and Rada Elliot, Dorothy and Ellznboth Kay Mrs. T. L. Dollord entertained at dinner Friday ovonlng In honor of tho fifteenth birthday of hor daugh ter, Mildred. Three of tho guosts.Joo Mendlola, Win. Walker and Deinp- Isey Pleasant also havo February COMMEMORATE FIRST GOLD STRIKE AT CANYON CITY "Tlvo Wnlskoy Gulch Gang" wilt bunch In Juno nt Canyon City, Orogon for throo days to say nothing of throo nights, to commomornto tho flndlgg of v goiu on uniiyon urcoK, ho runs tho invltntlon which many Ontnrlans havo rocolvod 4 porsonnlty from frlonds ovor - In Canyon, ami which has also '! boon rocolvod by tho Commor clnl, club and Mayor Doollttlo as Vho city's oxocutlvo Tlioro will bo a pony ox- press raco from tho Hallos to 4 Canyon City, the dnnco hnlls will ngnln hold sway, Wolts Fargo will buy tho minor's dust. 4 nnd n pick nnd shovel will 'bo 4 tho scsnma for oponlng tho hoarts of all Canyon City. Tho 4 commlttoo doclarcs tlioro will be no speeches', parados, auto races, baby shows, swimming parttos, quilting pnrtlos, spell- 4- lnK hoes, or pruno centests: hut tho gnng will havo a million dollars to spend Just as thoy did In tho enrly days of tho camp an Canyon Crook whon tho sky was tho limit and ovoryono woro boots, Tho colohrntloii dntos nro Juno 8, 0 and 10. Many On- tartans nro going to bo thoro 4 for tho road ovor tho John Day 4 Highway wilt bo passablo by that tlmo. 4- 4- BOOZE MILL FOUND IN HOUSE WEST OF TOWN Fred Williams Hold to Fodcrnl Choi-no - No Finished Product Iiurntetl Hut Paraphernalia Is Complete Daughter Hits on Evidence Mnrshal II. C. Fanner and Doputy Sheriff, Charles Glonn Unonrthod a complete boozo mill nt tho homo of Frod Williams on tho hilt near tho comotory Monday aftornoon. No finished product wns found, and Wil liams imagined that tho officers could not hold him on a stato charge butthoy circumvented his Ideas and hold him for tho fodornt authorities. "WVyianis acted moan . whon tho offlcors sonrchod tho ploco and was asslstd by his family, ospoclally by a llttlo girl whom ho had sit ou n barrol of mash noar tho stovo. Whon tho offlcors ordered hor to nrlso sho rofusod and thoy had to lift hor off tho ovldenco. Lntor thoy located tho still nnd tho colls nnd thoso thoy nro holding for fodoral action. LOCAL PERSONALS D. W. Powers wns In Rolso on buslnoss tho first of tho wook. Robort Currlor was horo from Drewsey last wook, whore ho Is toach lng sohool. Ho has loasod IiIb dairy cows and equipment to II. F. Embroo nnd loft Saturday with his family for Drewsey. Rom. Tiiosdny, February 7, to Mr. und Mrs. J. A. Lncknoss, a daughter. Mrs. Frod Can Hold camo ovor from Wolsor on Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Horschol nrowno. Mrs. Ilia Dofoo was tnkon III Sun day nnd on Monday tho attending physician pronouncod tho case ono of small pax. v To Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kroosstu was born a son on Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. nilllngsloy ro- turnod Monday from Portland whoro thoy spont sovoral wooks visiting relatives nnd frlonds. William Jones loft Tuesday morn ing for Juntura aftor spending tho weok In tho lowor country. Frank Craig took supplies and loft Tuosday for his ranoh In tho upper country. Goo. W. Lattlg, v. v. iiickox, u. W. Dean, I. I. Culbortson, Poto Ton son and L. R. Drolthaupt attondod tho meeting of the lottuco growors of Canyon county at Caldwoll Mon day. Juden Dalton hikes loavos tins weok for Portland for a short busl noss trio. II. C. Hoyer left yesterday for Spokano und Portland and later will go to San Frunclco and othor Cali fornia cities. birthdays so It was a company colo hrntloii. L. J. Potorson who has oroctod lambing shods on tho Huffman ranch, roparatory to lambing thoro, ohangod his plans and mo.vod the outfit to tho Schwolzor ranch, whoro ho purchased hay the lattor part of tho woek. Mrs- Schwolzor entertained hor pupils at a skating party given on tho rlvor Friday qvonlng. Preaching services were hold at the school houso Sunday afternoon, immediately following Sunday school Rev. Larson conducting tho servlcos. Services will be hold again noxt Sunday. Mrs. LoRuy DeWItt Is a guest at tbo Lowe homo. Mrs. J. P. McGlnnls Is convalos, clng attor a prolonged spell of Ill ness, Hub Wnltors and son, David, movod tholr owos from tholr wlntor food grounds on tho Dollord ranoh, to lambing quarters an the Ray C'antrell ranch. Goldlo Deard Is a guest of tho Fenn boys this week. NO., 10 WARRANTS NOT EDIBLE IS How to Convert City General Fund Warrants lno Groceries, Meat nnd- Coal in Puzzling Of ficials Union Oil Com pony CoinliiK? "When can you do so that our warrants may bo cashed," nskod Marshall H. C. Farmor Just as tho City Council wns rondy to ndjourn Its regular monthly mooting at tho city hall Monday night. "Wo cannot cat tho warrants, tho banks won't cash thorn, and the grocers and tho meat moil wnnt cash," continued tho guardian of tho pcaco and safoty of tho city, And ho secured no nnswor from tho council, furthor thnn that an effort would bo mado to find a solution of tho dolomn. Whllo this discussion was on Mayor W. II. Doollttlo announced thnt tho city was about ono yonr behind In Its gouornl fund account, but thoro was so much hack duo taxes that If somo of tho largor tax payers who aro delinquent would pay rolfof would bo In sight In a fow months. To Investigate IIulldliiK Tho Mayor dixdarod that sovoral complaints had boon mado concorn lng tho danger of nn accldont at tho Mooro cornor whoro tho root ovor tho excavation is propod up. Ho nskod thnt authority bo glvon to namo a commission to pass upon tho matter. Authority wns glvon nnd ho appeinted: Councilman Ivan E. Onkos, Daulol Purcoll, Alox Lochoad and Harry Klmo, contractors to In vestigate. Tho Mayor nnnouncod that tho Union Oil compnny had oddrossod tho council to lonrn whothor or not tho ordlnnnro oponlng a stroot and giving thorn permission to erect a station horo was still In forco nud had boon Informed thnt it was. Tho council postponod action on tbo offer of J. II. Gordon to paint wntor towor until warmer woathor, and nlso had tho street commlttoo coutlnuo its Investigation of tho offer of It. W. Jonos and James Doty to grado tho stroot across tho track it tho council socurod a crossing as requested. On tho motion of Dr. W. J. Wocso tho wator commlttoo will Invostlgato the cost &f Jotting- apparatus, and also will comddor repairs to tho sum nt tho wator plant. HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUBS WILL PRESENT CONCERT Musical OrKaiilatlous Under Direc tion of MUs Helen Diiiistono and AssMcd by Mrs. Hnrrlsoii To HIiik Weilnodoy levelling Tho first formal program of tho unttod atoo clubs of tho High School will bo prosontod nt tho school auditorium noxt Woduosday ovonlng. Mrs. W. H. Harrison will assist tho clubs with vocal solos and Miss Elinor Randall will coutributo violin selections. Miss Ruth Roberts Is tho accompanist for tho clubs. ' A widely selected program has boon proparod calling for various arrangomont of voices and ansomblo uumbors so that a popular concort will bo prosontod. Tho clubs havs boon hard nt work for soma tlmo In preparation tor tho event which Is ono of tho biggest of tho school yonr. A son urrlvod at tho homo of Mr and Mrs. W. II. Laxson Sunday. Mrs. D. W, Powers was hostoss this wook to tho Monday Bridge Club, Tho Tuosday Rrlggo Club met this wook at tho homo of Mrs. O. R Emlson. Mrs. E. O. Van Potton was tho hostoss yostorday to tho Wodnoday Rrldgo club. Tho Imperial club met last night at tho homo of Mr. aud Mrs. W. F. llomnn. Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Frnsor ontor talnod tho Carnation club Tuesday ovonlng. Tho Fortnightly club mot Satur day at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Oakos. On uccount of tho Sontor class play tho Valentino party plnnnod by the Congregational young pooplo has boon postponed. Tho date will bo nnnouncod later. GKIHLKR-POORMAN John Golslor, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Golsler, of Frultland was married New Yoars Day In Welser to Miss Mildred Poorman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L, Poorman of Ontario, It was loomed hero this woek. Mrs. Golsler grnduated two years ago from tho Ontario High School. They havo gono to houso koplng In Ontario whoro they will bo at noma and whoro Mr. Golslor Is omployod In n concrete Arm. COURT CONCLUDES ONE OF LONGEST TERMS IN YEARS With tho acquittal of Arch Nichols last Saturday by the Jury which llstenod to his case all last wook, and tho convic tion of Howard Camp on a cattle larcony chargo yesterday ono of tho longest terms of court ovor hold In Malheur county ondod. Tho Nichols Jury was out 14 hours and tbo Camp Jury 0. rvtaaxarv I VXJttb$lt .