Weston EADER VOLUME 40 WKSTON. OREGON.'FBIDAY. NOV. 10. 1017 NUMBER 23 OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERALJNTER EST Principal Events of the Week Briefly Sketched for Infor motion of Our Retdere. ' Tb talm. run In th i'nu"i" livr i. btrlr thin for mny esr. " Tli onuil Columbia county Hundey -teb0t eoOTntlot was held In Beep- foot. Tbt annual Institut win member M to :i It li reported tht (uril fir la (rm lulled 8i.tr. Hrnntor McNiry tele graphed In Fund Administrator Hoov rr dn l.rlng Hint ihn farmer cf Or mi re suffering materiel loss from the, prr.ent tiiimluii concerning whe.t ..king for relief, Aftr I Ik In.lallallon of hundred, of thnn.snd. of dollars' worth of modern gpl'iniia, an additional boat anil nu merous oilier Improvement, Fort land a bureau of fire, according (u a report Just Issued y (ho national board iif lira underwriter, la Its. f flclent iban It ii In 110. Voter UI not bare tht ti of voting oB who .ball U ajstjr Fill In Picture Puzzle No. 22 ' mm XOTH K OK MIIOOL- lt TIMO. FLEET CORPORATION IS REORGANIZED , , . .li tlnr at tba romlm prltWV -nWtt'Ui Mnn Benton lesrher.' ..... . .A t.Z.7.vS . . ,. , ... ., oral elections, aa under th laV'tht ba bald In Albany No- ... . Villi IITll'liH pyui i.vw HI IN plratlon of lb present IncumbenVt tba TlagO district of Coo count? bar dona nucb atma.. Tbt retriifted Graf Presbyter Ian chwreh la Albany will ha dedicated unday, November it. Tba atata kltbw.y eommllon. tinea bacon aor I. 191. baa expended ptMalf If IMMtl Houglss county will provide In Iti 191 budget a aunt which It la hoped, will bo not ! i ban t:o.000 for tba eonairurtlon of a new rout between Loon lak anil the Vnip'iua river, ta replace lh old highway now connect In lth Brotuburg. William Riggln. who some lire afo Tb) Oregon wool grower, will bold AimrA h waa the slsver of William their tftth annual convention at Tba t,,m,b. BMr wiiumin. In.tead of Dill. December I nod 7. William Hranaou and Mr. Anna It r-rportd from Diamond that iiooth. who ar rrving sentence for iwafct ar dying on Baca lak, nar th crime, haa r-ltrrted hi avowa.1 bar, by hundred ttcb wk. 0f guilt before the atatc p.relc board. " Tba Oraaon "tat Hortlrultural to- K C. 8argent. uperliitemlcnt of iaty win bold ta annual meeting at banka. I preparing lo send a letter al DMibr I. Inclusive tn all lai banka and Irtmt corapanlea Tk raelflo fortkwMt Ice Cream tn Proton urning them in heroni af MtWlMtiom' conveollon will b filiated with the fedtral recerv kaU In Portland November IA it. irm II urr thi both a patri- Oornor Wllkyrombe appolnlod otic duty and lor the aki of the bono- N 0, Vlllae, of 1'rlnevill. in auccood n blcb w ill accrue lo the atat CoHfer xida Fprinier, of Crook couo- bank. ty, win raaln- Trafflo ofrlclala of the I tyoq Pa' 1 86 I & 87. M I 90. T?mY u ..M.rjpiwnivxs.LA 92 a BO 9f 7fl S3 t6 63 NuTll R IH IIKKKKT OIVKX. T the Iraal voter of Kchool Illrlc1 No. It of I'matllU County, Male of Ore- on. thai a W IimI. MKRTI.Vf) at lilnrlrt will In held at Hrhool Blj BUSklCSt Metl Ar0 fall riii-f- un iim- .fin iu t'l ;Mn(-iiiirt I'll, HI I'.J'l uVlmk lii lln- afl.rniH.il In ti.lr oil I hi. l "...xll.iii .( -t)( a im.cI dlMiii't Inn. Tim fxliil hiikmiiiI nf niuiii-y ntnliil ! the illntrlrt during: the year m ;: jun j... v.r.: uz",. bu,id, t"11 th followliiM' liudxei and inrlmlea the emergency fleet haa not produced amouiiiii in lw received from ih (g ipeeduy eoou(b. practical r epi. dl.tr let i. and all other fnlatlon of U omerfMcy flt In Charge of Construct' ing Vessels. Waabinfton. Bocauao tba biuln-M n'uneya of the district: lluilKit fv-llmuti-d fiN-mllturro. TearheM' Mil- arle t.7!l0.00 A.ratua and uppllea (1(1.00 1-llTary booka. . 15. 00 KIk 15.00 Id I.Mlm or Khool houaea, etc . . . 300.00 f'layaround eiulp- mt.nl . 75.00 Jtttiilur'a mugn. (54.00 Juiiiinr' auppllea Z5.00 fuel ' 2.0 l.laht 40.00 Wmlvr .00 Clerk'a aUry .. 75.00 I'oetaK and atatlunery . . . 25.00 lnourance. Iu7.no Interest on Iwndri and warrant. 500.00 All other ex- pense 350. om R tichool fund will t w 8. Hal. tuprlntDdnt of tb "lo la th wt win Rather In PvTt. tat Indtittrlal Khool for boya. baa Innd Novamber 1 for a meeting to . -....- m. lnlf1 bit Intention to Oorernor ronalder traffic problem that, wilt VI IL IIL I II A VrN 111 WttbffOmba Of realinlnt. probably keep Ihem bu for eeveral Wlfcle U! LUnlLw I U BE STANDARDIZED I01IT. children. The picture you drew waa that of a atova. Explorer would Ilka to have a few of thorn around the north pole, wouldn t they 7 Now. we're off again. Deatn with your pencil at No. 1 to I, and o on. From slate and we'll hare the picture of two other article of furniture that are not only achool fund . In the fannhouae, but in every home In the country. Unlike tbe tov. which ah on hand, ta Ufd only In cold weather, they are In demand all the year around. You Toal estimated may be utlnc thoin evn now when you are drawing this picture. Be what yon Totul estimate... 310.215.00 KMIiuatrd ItriviiHM. From county 12.547.00 482.40 1.103.1 Ayfte grower of th slate ar rn dy. II I eipecied so represent rountwting great difficulty In shipping lva tt the varlnua lln-a between ay fie aat without dnr of frweilng Omaba aud the I'aclfic coast will be because r-f th scarcity of car In attendance. Tbar I no present Intention of The I'aclfic International Livestock establishing rntonmnl In Oraon, tipoalllon. to be held In .lortland No eava Admtaat Oeneral McCain. In t vmhr It to 74. has not bad such a TEUTON ADVANCE IS SLOWING DOWN receipts Itm-iittulaliitn. Total estimated exiivniies tl9.215.W0 Total estimated receipt 4.132.5C t 4.132.5C Washington. tvfinito step to Italian atandardlte bread and lower Ite price ,om advanced positions along tha waa taken whim president Wilson In- front Mr the Austrian advanca la not Ut.nto n.to,Ch.mberJ..n-.'off.c.. tomprehen.lve entry .... of llve.tock -Pr"-"""- PniJ ,howlnB th. ,rap?tUoU. ru.h of prevl- Halance. amount to 1m raised by district- tax... t a. 082.44 Dated this 7th day of November. 117. J. M. HAN18TEK, Headquarter. utwerrera Attest: rhalrman Board of Uirectom. construction corporation baa taken place. Big business men have been not la charge. And from now on the eattre work will be conducted as any one of America' great corporation would be by big organizer. Th following men bare been named to push tk work with all haste: Charles plea of Chicago, president of tbe Link Belt company; am Hy worth of Chicago, contractor: A. S. Mason of Chicago, engineer; Charts Day of Philadelphia, contractor: Frank Kirby of New York, architect; John Burton Payne of Cottage, law yer. To Mr. Plea will be glvea tba Job of turning out America' ahlp with peed. He become really tha active; bead of the emergency fleet corpora tion, because as vice president he ia neit to Edward N. Hurley, presideat of the corporation and chairman of the United State (hipping board. Tk other men will all work In doe co operation with Mr. Plea. The fleet corporation la now about 10 per cent behind In ita supply of lumber, hence delay In the carrytw out of ita program. There art nest 310 wooden ship in process of con struction and contracted for. Proba bly no more will b wanted. Thar are 220 fabricated shipa to be built. The ateel program has not bees de layed to auch an extent because they are longer In the making and thalr did not call for trach FKANK .PRICE, District Clerk. apMd as Use -roodea and fabrtcat , bow ,nc, nr., on. In J- -flT. "ZT T. ." Ex-Queen LIMuokalanl Dead. Honolulu. T. H. Queen I.llluokala- Tbe program calls for (,000,000 ton of vessels by the end of 1118. It Cattle Club, organUed In Clackawaa lIO. Entries ,.v been keeping tbe heT 10 ",d ubJpc,", ,0OI It gela farther from Ita baae. The ni of Haw,i,, whose death bad been said that with the proper applicatio county In August has purchaaed Ji Ming crks bu.j They are from d'"l'l",-,lo, r-l prescribing In- ,lr.Mt gUn. they hare brought Into Mpected for aeveral days, la dead, the reorganised corporation will ba -ewM i "pw . . . arv-tol leant at tnl O i h I a nf lnkVba . , . .UauI ika m in t i i . a tv. . - . bad Of tboroughbrfd Ouerosej In California. Montana, Idaho. Washing- lents and welghl, of loaves. pUy thu far ar of a type about th with the death of Queen Liliuokalanl able to moot them aa moreWor. w.'""t"" ' ri mtKW nnl Km fl v, hill wllh Inn - t . . ... . . . . .. . . . . . -- . - ... w .. line as our uv--im:u. nas passea me last vesiige oi royalty seep to m scneauie tnwv win irwrvxm atandardltatlon It I expected mat Wisconsin. Many walnut growers from Oregon ton and Oregon. Official figures showing Oregon' They have been unable to bring for- e Hawaiian island. nd adjoining Hate ,ndl th. ub.crlptlon to th second liberty loan ' nlmpllflrntltm of dla- of thclr he.ry gun., doubt- .i-l ta.Ma.ml aaa.U- af tk U'mlaM ffi Vftti fill I htf f lift ramtiAllin ffm- Walnut taoclallon which waa bold at nilite In th recent drive show th .... Jfu" trlbuilon will force down price for iMg' because of the condition of the brldgea and roada torn up or destroyed THE MARKETS- 10,000.000 tone of shipping by the ead of 1919. Fancy bread will bo eliminated, and by tn Itallana. Mekflnnrllle. n subscriptions by Iho people of engineers representing the iut Ihe slat motinlod up to 26.05T.loo. highway commission are now rlewlng Of thla figure. Portland la credited ltd making a preliminary aurrey of with IH.39.0nn and OroRon outsido ik. I). .11. ..i.,. t...i.... A lk.Hu nt fnrlt.itrl ItivAMfwH til K17 SltO I li v v ii iv niu,; uvi'i'vn , i 1 1 - - - - - - - , , , , , . . nd Jffron. Tha first of a series of three classes one-half, two and four pound. Paring work on the Sheridan road, which aro to bo given Inatructlnn In which waa being don by the stats ordnance slorea accounting by C. C, the multitude of sixea now produced will be reduced to four with standard Ingredients. The weights will be one pound, ono The loaves will hare a crease In the middle to permit their sale In The enemy's operations on the north and east In an attempt at encirclement of the Italians hare not succeeded. The menace on tile Italian left wing also la virtually- passed. British batteries have taken their position along the front line prepared J ' L.I.... 1- V. .. 1. 1 .. ihu, n.im.ld . . . . . . . , highway department, haa been closed Jeremiah, of the l..lvVr.lly of Oregon "-,'"r ' "V" V;:,-! i ""T. I 1 . down --c.u.e of Inability to get car. .chm.1 of commerce, ha. finished II. 0 wl 1 bf tor bfrr' Btofore chiefly borne by the Italian for supplying gravel. Eastern Oregon first annua marksmen', tournament will be held at Enterprise November 2D and 29, under th auaplce. o tbe Wallowa County Rod and dun club. work. After a short visit with friends and relative each of the men will report lo Iho recruiting office nearest his home and bo .worn into the fed eral aervlce. The largest number of fatal acci- of flour Instead of an average of alx rearguards iu the effort to etay the pound now used, and two pounds or Austro-German advance. vegetable oil shortening must be used The reformation of the Italian army Instead of six pounds of lard or oil. aiong .ne established position it pro- The food administration . expects to greasing in good order. save 100,000.000 pounds of sugar and Portland. Oats No. 2 white feed. $49 a ton. Barley Standard feed, $50.50 a ton. Corn 64.50 per ton. Hay Timothy, $27 per ton; alfalfa, $24. Butter Creamery. 43c per lb. Eggs Ranch, Sic per dox. Potatoes $1.50$ 2.00 a hundred. Poultry Hens, large, 19c; .mall, 174118c; geeae, 1012c; ducks, 18 20c; turkey., 11 ve, 23c. Dispatch from Ottawa Include In dent, reported for nny single week Utt list of rami. Ides the nam ol Captain 0. I. Mitchell, an Amerlcai of Portland, who died nf wound, i eelvsd on th front In France. L. M. Gilbert, for lb past nln month a teacher al th state train- alnce the organisation of the Oregon Industrial accident commission la con tained In Ihe statement for the week ending November 8. The report show. 13 fatal accldenta. Seven of the fa- the aame amount of lard In this way. Baker, may use only skimmed milk for bread, and rolls will be permitted only If made In standard sixes, and of regulation bread dough. OHDFTt TO SHOW CACSE. Seattle. Butter Creamery. 48c per lb. Eggs Ranch, 60c per do. Potatoes $40 6 50 per ton. Poultry Hens. 194c; dressed. In the County otirt of the State of 2!26c; broilera, 30c, OroBvn, for t niulllla County. In the matter of the Gnarclluiinhli of tno person una estate or whimi tv rt 1 1, uuld iimI t.lfttif-r nrv Jcuulo ... .i.- UA. f..,i...,. , . , , n PI III V. V I I 1 1 IT miu ..-v.. Murlo JoneH. a minor. i aa ..-jw on thin day this matter comes pearing to the Court that on account through tbe action of local drtr. on to be heard upon the petition of ,.f the large number of persons in- Ko,rd the order of his call to mUt. NEW REGULATIONS FOB DRAFT MACS Washington. President Wilton hat ordered the complete reorganisation ol the draft machinery on lines making every man subject to war duty If not in Franc, at least in the fieldt ami factories. In a foreword to th new regulation under which the reclassification of tha 9.000.000 men not called in th flrat draft will be made, th preaideat make, a stirring appeal to all cltisea. especially lawyers and physician, ta afd In the work. The 148 questions for tht remalnlaf nine million draft registrants to sy awer beginning December 1$, oattt tute a searching inquiry Into eaeb man, life and fltaaes. and dstermta.. tallliea resulted from an accident near MAY STOP DYNAMITE PLOTS l. rnn.iiWm! Hi Roedvllle when a train crashed Into 1 likely auccessor to Will B. Halo a. an automobile. The remainder w.rt Po.....lon of Eplo.lv.. Mu.t B. LI. "TTFi tJSTJSLTMtZJt tary .e'rvice. tuptrlntendent of that Institution. distributed through various Industries. c.ns.o, unu.r n.w u.w. . Marl0 Jline() ,he ubovo named ward id pern7ltted to Thl queationnalr automatical!- r- Definite .nnouncement has been Oregon farmers are responding en- Washington. Any person In the- praying forxn license to wll the In- copy of this order upon them by pub- yokea all exemptions and discharge msd br Hniilhern Pacific offlcisll thu.la.tior.lly to the desire of the fed- Unite State, found with explosive Jn-est of the mid ward In the follow- licatlon. an provided by section 1353 . . . rn t. ml -a. government for the org.nl.atlon In hi. possession after November 15. IXJhSS ,1 VTTJ IhI th eonatmetlon of a new depot al of agricultural eoune'le and the co- and who doea not have a license ia-, Lots numbered Eight (), Nine ( ,m thtm. tnat publication of this or- he receive, the aueatton make, tha .... ..1.1 i.i. I Wurtn r r buumiu uv iimuc an .- " Ml-tMn lifiKlg, tn In nrlaiM Umatilla County, Ore in Block numbered ,it.r .i v.. .ivn.iiiM -in t m. nner.ilnn nt i-nnntv ..rniia si-rnriiiiia sued bv the federal govommeat show- and Ten (10) . ' ' , ,.f ik. ',i,.ln In the nurnose for which the ex- ?ev,J." (7 ,n t,,e Keeervatlon Addition ider. a weekly newspaper publish .. . . . ... j v. " wwii. iiowr cuj, oi i-eiiuieion: h t Weston 00. Max Lucke, who waa editor of ths tne Oregon Agricultural rmiege. wnicn pio.it . - -. . tne interest of the said ward in said Kon havlnK a general circulation In CDtTieU IHCCCC -t Tli 109 operty oemg in tne nelgnnor- id county and state. And the Court "" i jrf , wai progress In Installing agents la being or sent to prison for one year, or both. ' l ' J'ne .V'' CIk , .,,e'''B ' advised in the premises: t and made and counties are being opened it he circumstances warrant. ZSuArt J auVer- Ion ol juat a. fast as men can be obtained to This la the principal clause In a Madison Jones, deceased, and th ona jn,ere8ted in her estate and all war measure passed ty tne last con- -" ) w - icrst.na interested In said real prop- i.!..k i.. . tte of the sulil Madison Jones, de- H r- hrol.v rmlr. Deutsche Zeltung, of Portland, which ha. Ihe work In cha-ge. Satisfactory once arrested and fined up to $500 real pn recently suspended publication trrealed ott a presidential warrant ordered Interned tor the duration th war. Charles Galloway, mate tax conv mlasioner, has left for Atlanta, Us.. wner n win eueno st-sionn ... i.i ......... - - - i,ru,.. ,.i val.. ..f (!.. H..,l. National Tax association and also a tho penitentiary which would call for lw, mo mierat autnoritics nope, xo J,, ., n,,,,.,. tllttt u Wou,a Go mt(n of tht coiigr. of stales on more discrimination In tho selection prevent pxpiosnra inning nuo n- ir tiH. t.ei.i-rit of tho ald ward that taxatloa. of "honor men." and also rty be. and they are hereby, requlr- vl to appear before this Court at the vfflce of the undersigned county Amarkaa Casualties Likely Jta 4. In Franc. ' Washington. The ratio .of -JeaMt au.talned by all of Jhe Britlh .expedi tionary force, sent fatto ;bttle In France is less than aevn to every 100 men. It ia not expected thft ' American losses in the war a..iwt ' noon on Monday, the J7th day of De- tutm 4 -comber. 1K17. that date being not less """J" than four weeks nor more than eight despite the fact that German JTOB- weeks from the date of this order, to gsndists in this country are circuiat- then and there show cause, if any , unTarrfinted reporta In an ffi Kav.. ii whv m. lhtiiHA Nhnuld nut DC r Allen Workmen Barred. l roporty is i.t likely to increase In l""n . ' t , the to make the American people bell- Buffalo. M. Y.-Wlth the plan of i liStrnV'wStt. '""-dlan for the sale of all of the that the American army ia going ta precluding the possibility of labor agl- further appearing to the Court that riht. title and interest of the Beet wlth wnolegie loM, wh U tator. becoming a dangerous force In the next of kin of the said ward anil 'i.ori?., Ascribed a? urJOToV rwchM th battlefronL said guardian. Labor Rssponda to Wllaon'a Pisa. Tl.nt this order may he serve, upon ,,., M v o-.M.- u exi of kin of sal.l want ami upon - - I her Dersni.s Interested In sain piea to moor iu luaimaiu uuuinntm i estate and in said real property, elth- tu th process, of labor until 0r- carry on tho work Announcement naa neen mane oy sress wmcu is .... m-iug nm nuu e.- alul , ut ) ; thut Governor Wlthycmnbe that he would feet by the bureau of mines. the cntlro Interest of the su id ward . . . ..... . I.I Lll MIIUI7I .IBIIQU V . . ... Install n modified honor system at 'With Iho strict enforcement of thia. ' lu', reui property is or tno ,he Cmlnty Court H(1U!W the City of Pendleton. I'matiua coun ty. Oregon, at ten o'clock In the fore a rln.et nanus OI eviuy nisiioseu ititsuiib anu '.i-i 11. suiu real piuueriy oo ...... . - . . . m . j i.. Nllld Ull.l Ihf tiril--.ils ,if Ihu viiIm . A elvll ..rvlc ei.mln.tlon to fill urvelllance over them than ha. been to pui a siop to an .uruier a,u-..- ,herei,f -,luV ,.ur interest or Invest a ractney In th Bumpier postofflcs the case under the present system, plot.. vd in some productive stock; that the. I',. heM November 11 at Baker and He wa prompted to modify the pre i interest of the said ward In said real .v. n . ii. . .nt .v.i.m hee.o.e nf lh. ..ran. Allen Workman Barred. 1-roporty Is not likely to Increase in der placing presidential office, undet alx "honor men" la.t week, and fra elvll servloe. quent escapes heretofore. Tha total assessed vaulatlon of th. Slate Superintendent of Public In- - .mtl. of Orogoo. t. compiled by th. atructlon Churchill haa announced organised labor, and from starting agl- . , ,,rol?ert"arJ a" ne ,rer of the iMon the tsuntv ..nra. I. $107,917,191. This that th state board or education has taiions suca as imm lu.iereu uy in. ' nmon:' James 8. jonea. Pendleton I. an Increase of $4,g$?.04 over lsl adopted a rule to Ihe effect that, after I. W. W- tho building trade, depart- "regon; Walter J Jones, lv.i.lleton. J" Le." when t almllar ...e.sd v... December 1. no tt.nd.rd high school ment of the American Federation of iCTtl " -. Itai.Mt.lJT. shall accept work Cone In a non stand- uaoor, IU convention ncre, auoptcn a 'ulifornla: Madison U Jones. Vale, - stat Tblrt,.on ship, bav bean launched ard or non accredited .econd.ry school rolutlon enX JXTiT. tt .It Oregon .hlpyart during tne ana tnai atuueuia oi sucu scuoo.. o - Kou; Kn.n.a A. Davis. lMrtlaml. ore- V AVeston. first answer when the building trades wreaeat boom In .blebulldtnt. accord- for being admitted to nny standard birth or parentage who arc not Amcr- , ' 'M..llar..". 'aKi,. iy0i:ii.erl- Cnmtllla I'nuniy, Oregon. department of the American Fed Ing to rteorda ' Twenty-aeven hav high achool muat pass written ex- lean or Canadian cltlxens or who hav .Margaret uuyoni Knit - Lake City.. Don and dated In open court on tlon of Labor ordered the dlseontinu been Lunched during thi. year. Four amlnatlon. In tho.. .object. In which Wtod to declare their l-tunUon of be- xUi"'- this 2nd Jrie? h'marsh.- ct of .U strike, on fov.ramaat War ltaca41aai.b. ttUl Stl tot M tcHflOL w4U wolnj ijph. , oni Ju, ' your veUtiouw bwtS. iu C ', . County Judge- vork under itt JurUllcUoa.