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THE BOARDMAN MIRROR
FRIDAY NOVEMBER (1, 1014
Girls Start Hockey Practice
Edited by (hi' BRWikntB of flic Hourdman High School
KOI K'l'H K1K. LSM-JJJBS
FRIDAY NOVEMBER M, 19M
Members of the Junior ami Senior
cnsilsh classes participated in an in
teresting debate at school on Wednos
day. The proposition was, "It should
Ih' considered as wrong for men to
suioke, swear, drink intoxicating lie
nor as for women to do so." The girls
held the affirmative and were out
pointed by the hoys on the negative.
chant of Venice", and are progress
ing very rapidly on it.
Although the English 7 class has
lcen working on pnrlituentary drill for
the last two weeks, there was a de
cided lack of action at the last stu
dent body meeting. We wonder why''
The largest part of the Boardman
Ugh school Journeyed to Heppner on '
N'ovemlier 21. to sec the last game of
the football season. This was made
possible by the hiring of the West End;
school litis to take the students and
rooters over. The bus accomodated ;
about 'AD players, high school students
and part of the faculty. A good game
vas looked for and Boardman left
determined to keep their second place
in the league.
The Junior class held u Bwetiag
Wednesday afternoon for the purpose
i f deciding on some definite way of
raising money to pay for their class
rings, hut nothing definite was de
cided concerning the matter. Thej
did choose tliclr cluss colors, pink and
silver. Which was greatly disapprov
ed by Howard.
Hector Wli'klandor has Is-en absent
trom the Sophomore class because of
ive la shown Miss Morotht II
I ce, who is captain of the Br)' a Mawr
! .'H'key team now preparing fur Wf
c ni 1 games wiih the I en t us of other
college, Miss l,re Is the daughter of
l'lishu Leo. vice president of the
WATER SUPPLY TO
LOS ANGELES COT
nrl Avers and Bay Iiempsey have
lieeu absent from school
The ancient history class having; The student body of the Boardman
completed the study for the second i high school has joined the Junior Bed
weeks are reviewing for a test. j Cross by paying the usual monitor
-hip fee of one dollar to the cause.
The english class having finished ' Cacti room of the grade school has
the classic. "The Ancient Mariner". aim Joined by paying their fee of
are now taking up unotlier, "The Mer- fifty cents per room.
Famous for years
among women of
Fashioned to Fit the Foot and Ankles
WITH REINFORCEMENTS WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED -
Wmoh'i hnd Misses' Silk Hose In AH the Wanted shades inelu
ding the new Piecanny Brown. 1.1.",-I.'.,f,-1.35,-1.85, and up to
the f&M full silk. All of thefinest threads and weaves. Buy
Them by the Box for Xmas.
Indies silk and wool at LM Children all wool In plain and
ribbed patterns $1X0 a pair. Also rhildrens ribbed, mercerised
at fifty cents.
Upper Street Millinery & Gift Shop
Cox Residence Main Street Arlington, Ore.
Ruling on Tax to Aid Oregon.
Salem, Or.- In a revolutionary opln
ion. from the point of Tlew of slat'
taxation. Attorney General Van
Winkle held Monday that the 6 pel
cent tax limitation amendment applies
to the stale income tax that has been
collected this year. The 6 per cent
limitation has never been Interpreted
as applying to any tax except a direct
levy. The result of the opinion. Ir
put into execution will be that tin
state will have sufficient revenues
during the next year to serve all state
departments and institutions notwith
standing the repeal of the Income tux
at the recent election.
Bobbed-Hair Choir Singer Strike.
Washington, D. C. Bobbed hair
girls in the choir of Mount Vernoa
Methodist Episcopal church have quit
because Rev. Burke Culpepper, an
evangelist, temporarily occupying the
pulpit, denounced bobbed hair and
said It was against the teachings of
I.ob Angeles, Cut - Practically tin
entire flow of tin; Los Angeles aiuc
duct, this city's chief source of water visiting friends
for domestic ami tud u ' r i,i 1 uses, was
diverted Into the Owens river near
I.one Pine, ahout. 200 miles north of
here, by a raiding party of 60 men,
who stormed the aqueduct guards and
threw open It';' Alabama waste gates
Charles Collins, sheriff of Inyo conn
ty, telegruphed Governor Klchurdson
for troops, rierlurtng Immediate action
by the military was all thut could
The raiders, alleged to be residents
of Oweus valley, where for years a
water feud has raged between the
city and valley ranchers Bml business
men, stood their ground at the spill
way and defied Sheriff Collins and
representatives of the city of tiM
They announced that they would
continue to waste the water until a
committee came from Los Angeles and
"ettled" the water rights controversy
with them. Sheriff Collins, after vain
ly endeavoring to have the waste gates
closed, returned to independence to
telegraph the facts to Governor Richardson.
flue rain on Friday mid Saturday.
Prospects are for more ruin and wo
can still enjoy more.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hynd of Hep
liner arrived lit Butterfly Flats on
! Friday. They wcif accompanied by
I .lack Hynd Jr. and Clifford Drlseolt,
both leading lights or the Heppner
'high school who Were to explore the
entity spots of Willowcvcck on their
kveok end vacation.
v. n Chandler of Willowerwk,
ranch was doing tmsniess in i ecu uu;
Mr. and Mrs. I,. L Funk nml dangtt-l
tor Miss Qeraidine w on' culled to I
Wasco on Wednesday by the doath of
their stepbrother D. Yocum. Death;
resulted from blood poisoning a a
result or bin shot in the leg while J
U Rynd "f Bnd Hollow and Miss
Nellie i lie of Yamhill arrived in
Cecil ou Wednesday after spending a(
few days in Portland. Mr, H.vud audi
Miss lionev h-fi oO ThnrsdsJ with.
.'mU Hynd for lloppnei.
liell Ward of lone was a vlsUor at!
the hoi .e of Kit rl Ftirinwoitli at Rhea!
on Wedie '.day.
Mrs. 11 .1 Street' of Cecil, Mrs.
Flit Medl.sk of M i' ami Mrs. Ait!
Medlock uu I ;. .. . f "Uis'kcllffe"
were culling on in T. H. Uowe on,
Misses Annli C. Hynd ami Annie
f. and Minn1 i. l. aceouipsalsd
by E. Hchaf' . II v.l Krel. spent mi
en Joy a hie evening at the Legion Cur
lit vet which was held in Heppner on
Mrs Geo. A M 1 1 ler ami son Elvln
jot "Hlghvlew" were culling In Cecil
on Friday. Elvln Informed us he Is
(Installing a fine radio.
Miss Annie C Hynd who has been
in the lone district re
Untied to llulerfly flats ranch on Hun
ay accompanied by Mr and Mrs.
Archie Bull and liifiint sou of lone.
Wld Paliuatcer of WlndyuiNik mid
Churles Gray of Morgan made a visit
in Hillside ranch on Sunday to loves
tlgate , they having heen Inforuied oil
had Ix-cti slnick Instead of water. The
well drillers Walter Pope ami Shorty
Shaver soon convinced them that It
wns genuine water which bad been
truck at .'iLtt f.st
Several lands of sheep ', mk to
Sntytlie Pros i f Arlington p . I thru
BY LAWYERS ARREST
Withdrawal From Liquor Tret)
With United States De-
Oregon Text Books May Cost More.
Salem, Or. An Increase of 25 per
cent in the cost of text books in the
grade and high schools of Oregon that
are adopted by the state text book
commission at a meeting here Is said
by J. A. Churchill, state school super
intendent, probably to be unavoidable.
Wool Growers to Meet In January.
Salt Lake City. Utah The sixtieth
annual convention of the National
Wool Growers' association will be held
In San Francisco January 21 to 23,
1925, Secretary F. R. Marshall has
Pendleton Men Cleared of Charge of
Overshooting Hag Limit of Geese
Sol Bnnm, starting gisids denier and
John Hemlpy, saddle manufacturer of
Pendleton Monday were found not
guilty of the charge brought against
them by Federal Game Warden Geo.
Tonkin for overshooting the hug lim
it of geese.
TWO BISHOPRICS REFUSED
Rev. Mr. Fleming Declines Indiana
and Washington Positions.
Chicago. Tho Rev. Frederic S
Fleming, who recently was invited to
become bishop coadjutor of the dts
trlct of northern Indiana of the Pro
testant Episcopal thun h snd a week
later asked to accept the episcopacy
of Olympis, Wash., announced to his
congregation of the Church of the
Atonement that he would accept
neither place, lie felt, he said, that
high honors had been tendered him.
but that bo would be of greater serv
ice to the church by icmulnlng in his
Envy' Ugly Rcot
The least Jndli'lous. 01 deserving
who nave nothing to recommend them
selves will he finding faall with others
No man envies the merit of another
Who bus enough of his ovvti.-HuIe of
Sinclair Is Sentenced
Hugh Sinclair who was arrested 'n
Arlington Inst week by a state pruhl-
bltion squad, for the sale of liquor
i was fined :iiki mid sentenced to sixty
jdays In Jail by the Justice Court at
Condon on Tuesday.
13 broadcasting to all the
World this season
"Come! W in better gramd
than ever to entertain jroa and nuke
your visit a wonderful experience. "
If you have never been to California It should be
the effort of your life to go. When you sre ready
to plan the tup let the
help. Bend word to the undeiticned by phone, or mail or
rati, I will give you the benefit of my pertsiial knowledge
a:-A experience, or 1 wilt send too CJm maowt SSS ul
Kted matter to b had. I know every rouU, cv r
every kind of equipment and the exact coat. I wjf:
secure your sleeping car accomrruxlatiom, provide you with
an outline of your trip, and deliver your ticket. Youaecd
not leave your home or your office to attend to bothuorne
detail. IhAve the best there is, and ft shall be your the
moment I know you desire it.
It. S. DAVIS, Agent,
Ogauizutlon of a Women's Auxil
iary to the American Legion will be
perfected in Arlington on the enmlng
Tuesday evening NovemlsT M, when
all women ellgabla arc called to meet
at the home of Mrs. CIims. f. Story at
eight o'clock in the evening.
John Louy of lone was a guest with
his brother Frank here this week re
turning from a trip to Portland,
While out hunting a few days ngo
Kaymond linker bagged a live mule
sriHke and brought his exhibit home.
It was lather lute In the seas m and
Mr. Hauler was not so active us In
the wanner weather.
J. C, Itn Monger ltoarduian business
man was H vi-dtor In Arlington Inst
Murk A Cleveland editor from Htiiu
field was here on business Monday.
Mrs. H. 8. Lnrarcanx of Irrigon was
here a few days this Week visiting
Waler al 320 Tt4 In New Well -Sn
vv arid Kains ffotafpad. by
Fanni-rs ami SlocUmi'ti
Ken Beth Lofaa of Itonrdiiian was
visiting his friends around Cecil dur
ing the Week end and noticed all of
the latest Improvements which have
Is i n made In this distric t since he
left Cecil. Dick Logau of Four Mlje
uccoaipniiicd hliri as fm as Heppner
.1 unci Ion god started him on the night
road for the hind id promise, Hoard
man. Hhi panliig words as usual were,
Oh Cecil, with all thy faults I love
Hael Demi and da lighter of the
Four Mile section weie cnlllng in Ce
cil on Htindny.
Mr. and Mrs. (I Fanahlera of Pen
t'letoti arrived In Cecil on Monday
nnd will spend some time with Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. A. Kanshlers In Four Mile
J. W. Dsborn of Falrvicw ranch
was doing business in The Dulles on
Wednesday and Thursday. 3, W. ex
pect fo have several thousand acros
cf wIiimiI III. on his vnrlous ranches
In a short time. Farmers delighted
with the late rslni and also the little
-now which fell around Cecil to u
oepih of about three Inches Thursday
night (he 13th, Know only lasted u
short time uud finished up with a I
NS on tlnHr e .'y to WtM
siiis-p is-iontii. : to James
McLntlre of ock Creek ftul It. cbiinte
of Jol n MonlllSa ami a b id ls'oiig
iug to John Kelly nrrlvisl t Hut or
f!y flat" and will fs-d fit r rr ibiys
before leaing for lb npner.
Mrs. Wei i im Com'.st of ! ulrview
iiineb. speii" Wedio s lay and Thurs
uar visiting hot 'rli-nds In Cell.
Find Snow of Season Falls mi ( reek
Fire Conquered at Kniiih home
Building lliilrhcriiig I'lare
First snow of the season fell on
'I htirsday night covering the ground
to a depth of alsiut an Inch which all
melted the following day.
Mr. and Mrs. Zcnnctt lstan of
Itoardiinin sS'iit Wednesday at the
home of Mr. Logans brother M. V.
.Mr nnd Mrs. Joe White came near
lolng their home nsentlv. Fire start
ed In a wmid box nenr n pnrtltlon and
was discovered Jit In the nick of
time to save the house. Their lils
was ashsp In the room and Mrs
White stepped out of the i-imim for a
minute. She aw smoke coming out
of the windows, rushing , H,e res
cued the bsbv and called to the men
folks and l hey managed to extinguish
the blase with buckets of water. The
walls and celling were slightly damag
ed. It Is Ruppnaed a lighted match or
cigarette carelessly tossed Into the
box caused the fire.
'has. i Hennell of Helena. Mont
aim arrived Saturday at the home of
ids daughter Mrs. m. v. tofan ami
will spend the winter with her. Mr.
Bennett is an old pioneer of BaatSrc
Oregon having passed hrii here In
1KIH and In 1K7I came back to reside
on Willow Creek, In ISTtl be iMiughl
cut a i by the mime of Holler on
BlgW Mil- ii in I lived there for 22
years. Mr. Hennett Is getlng along In
years but hi as spry as many much
lea his age. He has mining Interests
In Montanna and spenihi his summers
In Hint seel Ion,
Mrs. Karl Funis worth and chlld
icti of BIhM Hiding aeci'mipiinlcd by
her sister Mrs. Dell Ward of Hepvner
spent a few day with their mother
Mrs Jctiks of Monument recently, driv
ing over nnd encountering a blizzard
ti the way.
'aciir Limdell It busy erecting n
building this week, for butchering
purpoSM In complliitice with the pure
fodd laws. Gordon Hall Is assisting
him In the work.
II ' Rills was an Arlington IiumIiichh
visitor lpa week Incident ly Invest
ing In his winter (applies, We notsd
among oiher Utiflgl five barrels of
flour which reminded us of Iho olden
days when a years supplies were pur
chased at one tins.
Vancouver, B. C The arrest In San
Francisco of Fred R. Anderson, prom
inent Vancouver lawyer, on liquor
charges, has routed British Columbia
business men and lawyers to the fight
ing pitch. They take the attitude that
Anderson had gone south on legal
business and that ho waa connected
with Canadian liquor Intereata only
lit a legal capacity. Anderson went to
California to represent the steamer
Quadra and her crew, held for rum
running. Hu waa Indicted by a fed
erul grand Jury.
It was also decided at the meetings
to demand that the Canadian govern
menl withdraw from the liquor treaty
with the (lulled States. It was do-
lured thut If the government didn't
take action at an early date the failure
to do so would be made an laaue at
tho coming election.
San Franrlseo, Cal. The grand
Jury, In returning the long Hat of In
dictments, named Ituasell Whltelaw,
a wealthy resident of Vancouver. B.
0.J F ft. Anderson, a prominent at
lot SS from tho same city; the entire
crew of the Quadra and a number of
others. Anderson, who waa here In
behalf of the Quadra and crew, was
releused on bond, as wrro the mem
bers of tho crow.
The tndlctmenta followed a long In
vestigation by the grand Jury lo the
circumstances surrounding the depar
ture from Canada of the steamer
Quadra, seined by the United Statsa
coast guard cutter Bhawnee with
litiuor said to he valued at 1600,000
FOB HALF Fine dressed white I'eklli
docks for Thiiiiksglviug. Leave orders
Si 0, H Warners.
UK, N I FIT
KOYAI. NKKiHHOKS OF
Al iMUf' Halt
Protect voMreelf against the uncer
tainties of winter. We can assure you
a gssl (Hisitlou lu your own county,
that will pay you well. Write us at
inrv. Nog ii r Corporation. 301 Couch
Blftfs I'ortlaud. Oregon.
DR. ALEXANDER REID
Physlrian nnd Surgeon
I MAT 1 1, 1. A -
Newton Painless Dentists
DR. H. A NEWTON, MO R.
or. Main and Webb Sis. Pendleton
DR. F. V. PRIME
Denial X-ray and Diagnosis
Phones: Office 9.1, Residence 751
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office In Court House
IIEI'I'NER - - - OREGON
A. H. SWITZER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WOODSON & SWEEK
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Diamonds. Watches, Clocks, Silver
ware Time Inspector O-W. R. R. N. Co.
TM Main St.