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WZttm- a j m xn i Wk mJl WBk ''IT U I'M1 II : i(' ' V 1 t-f'(u?2!' I Li. J v to Lampkin's, he has them. Girls' Coats Sizes 3 to 16 $2.49 to $11.50 Unions Girls' unions.sizes 2 to 16 in wool or cotton. Grey wool union at $1.00 Cotton union at 50c and 60c. W. CASH STORE t:$wi A. McWILLIAMS Proprietor. t-...liflG FIERCE AT LILLE Saber and Lane Used Whan Qraat Forcea of Horaaman Ara Engaged. Parle ShIk-i and lance came Into play many tlinea when the French, Brltlah and Uennan Huaaara, lancera. dr&gooua and cuirunalera In enormoua uumbera came into contact near Ll!le. There la not an Inch of ground here about which doee not ahow tracea of the awful character of the battle. The. town of Albert U a muaa of rulna, only a church steeple remuluing atandlng. Koye haa diaaiipeaied under couaUiui bombarJuieut. It waa the center of the German effort to break through the allied lluea. Beyond Roye, where the fighting haa been exceptionally severe for 15 daya, aa poaaeaaion of the place meana control of the railroad llnea and alao the road to Amleiia, the alllea contin ued their el fort b to dislodge the Qer mana, who held on with wonderful tenacity. It waa neceaaary for the al llea to conduct regular alege opera tiona to get at thein Bafton Wine Opening Games. Philadelphia In a pitcbara' battle with a dram ktk climax uaually reaerv ed for baseball fiction, the Boston Na tionals del..ited the Philadelphia Ain.-ricana here in the aecond game of the world'a aeriea by a acore of 1 to 0. As a result of tho wrtory the Bravea left for Boston with a two-game lead over the Aihleika, having won Ural game by a acore of 7 to 1. Is the hard est thing to find a complete line i of, that a moth er has to buy. You will save time and mon- ey wnen you 'want anv of these lines by going Jkanfoe S w r 0h T. Lampkin ONTARIO LIVERY Best Equipped Livery in the city. Headquarters for Stockmen. Horse Bought and Sold. 600,000 FLEE INTO HOLLAND Dutch Government la Swamped by the Flight of Belgian Refugaaa. London Belgian refuge now In ' Holland number 600,000, according to ' the correapondent of the Exchange Telegraph company at The Hague. The Dutch authorities are greatly embarrassed by the refugees, who are incessantly streaming into Holland," adds the correapondent. "Owing to the lack of railway ma-1 terial thousands were forced to wait on the roads for transportation. The i Dutch government probably will take ateps jointly with the Herman govern ment for the speedy return of the ref ugeea." The Germana have pushed up from Antwerp and are occupying villages in the direction of the Dutch frontier, torclng the inhabitants to flee into Holland. Priaonera to Ba Listed. Paris. The government Is aaeemb ling exact information regarding the identity of 70,000 German prisonera now in French handa, with the object I of exchanging tbla Information with I the German authorities for similar facta regarding French priaonera. Fatal Kanaaa Tornado. Chanute, Kan--Five persona were killed and 2j lujured In a tornado ! which awept a path 18 miles wide through Wilson and Neosho counties Clothing lf1 fTffnf direct Boys Suits Sizes 2 to 17 at $1.50 to $6.00 Boys' Under wear Wool unions $1.00 and $1.25. Cotton at 50c and 60c. Shirts and drawers at 35c. ONTARIO ORKGON WHY You Should Vote I For BOOTH Republican Candidate For United States Senator Are you better off now than you were under a Republican administration? Are you aatiafied? If you believe in the principles of the Republican Party, if you are convinced that theae principles are best for the country, then prove it by voting for your standard bearer, Robert A. Booth, Republican candidate for the United States Senate. You know that under Republican pre sidents the peo ile of the United States have good times. You know that under Democratic presidents you have Democratic times Remember the prosperity we hail un der Mckinley, Roosevelt and Taft Remember the conditions under Clev land and Wilson. The issue in this campaign is not one of personality. It is not one of non parlisansliip. It is a queation of wheth er you prefer prosjierity under Repub lican administration. Do you have enough work? Are your wages good'.' Is your business what ou want it to Bfl If you are satisflsd with present con ditions, well am' ood; if you believe that the present situation is better than under McKinli Roosevelt and Taft, you know whi.t to do. The way t. aViBJ) l'ak prosperity ia U help elect a Republican Senate. The Republican candidate in Oregon ia R A. BOOTH. This is a Republican year. Vote the ticketatnutfht. REPUBLICAN ITATI CENTRAL COMMITTKE, Portland, OMOefc I'aid Advertisement. CITY COUNCIL HOLDS Some Important Measures Are Acted Upon A DEPOSITORY FOR CITY MONEY The city council hits liccn holding n scries of meetings to tnlte enre of the extra business thnt had been coining up. They met In adjourned session on the L'l'lh 0 ennvass the bond election liich they did, finding everything had 1 MB done In legal manner and the NISlI was spread on the minutes of the council. The mayor anil recorder were ordered and tlfBCM to negotiate the snle of the bonds, soon us possible nt a price not less thnn par. The council adjourned 0 the 110th. The council met In adjourned session on dM ll'th. The mayor stated to the council thnt he lu.d the recorder had sold $l.'i,000 worth -of the court house bonds nt par to the First Nntlonnl Bank niid also 115,000 worth to the Ontario National Bank and that the meeting was held to rejwirt such snle. The council then approved and con firmed the sale as reported. The next meeting was the regular monthly session held on the ."th. C. F. Lovelnnd addressed council relative to a sidewalk on the east side of blocks 1M and iS3. Mr. Holdermnn addressed the coun cil relative to the opening of the Mar ton road. The usual bills were presented ami allowed. The monthly report of the cltv re corder, cltv treasurer and chief of the fire department for September were presented The usual liquor licenses were granted. Ordinance No. M was passed order ing a wooden nidi-walk to be construct ed on Minnesota Avenue between Ore gon street and block I'l A communication from the Ontario National bank was presented offering to pay 3 per cent Interest on monthly balances, furnishing security for same. On motion the Ontario National was made the depository for the year. TEN STRONG REASONS FOR RE MOVING THE COUNTY SEAT 1. The present court house at Vale la antiquated. Inadequate and a dis grace to Malheur County, aud would soon have to be aupplanted by a new one. t. If the count seat la removed to Ontario, the cltUena of Ontario will alone bear the cost of the new court house and removal expenace. 3. If a new court houae Is built at Vale, the whole country may expect to be taxed, according to Vale's figures at least $200,000 to pay for It. 4. The present county Jail at Vale la unaafe, unsanitary, and easy for priaonera to escape from, and will aoon have to be rebuilt at a big expense to the taxpayers &. Many of the county records are endangered by fire, through lack of fire-proof vault facilities In the pres ent court house at Vale. 6. Two-thlrda of the people of Mal heur County would he convenlenced aud benefitted by the change. 7. Accommodations at Ontario for visitors on county business In the way of hotels, lodging houses aud reataur unts, are far superior to thoae offered In Vale. 8 Thousands of dollers will be savtd the taxpayers of the county through the elimination of extra mileage for witnesses and court officers. '). It will remove from a selfish com munity domination in county utlulr.i aud county government to a commun ity that has the best interests ol the whole of Malheur counts at heart 10. It will save the taxpayers thous ands of dollars a year In couutv gov ernment expenses, and the saving will gradually Increase year b year. Mr. Farmer can ou rttllH now that Protective Tariff Protects you'' Kvery tblng you raise was put on the im Hat by the tinkering pupils In the White House Professors class, and every country on earth that can pro duce a thing that you have produced la rushing It to our ports at lower pries than our products can be sent there. Free-Trade is (OTOaBBi I'rotii lion hi native. To many people a horrowioriuiu would be a blessed relief iGERMANS capture CITY OF ANTWERP Garrison. Including Three Brit ish Naval Brigades. Leaves Before Surrender. London. Antwerp hss fallen Into the hands of the Germans, but Its cap ture, Important and stirring as it has been, was robbed of much of Its In trinsic value. It Is contended here, by the escape of the garrison The first official admission thnt the nrlllsdi participated In the defense of Antwerp Is contained In an Admiralty announcement thnt three nnval bri gades, with heavy guns, had been sent there during the last week of the Ger man attack. The announcement adds that In the retreat from Antwerp two of the llritbh brigades reached OstSBd safely. The other, however, wns cut off to the north of l.okeren, n town In Knst Flanders, and 2000 of the men were Interned In Holland. The retreat of the Itelglan nrmy wns nccoin pllshed successfully. The Hermans, after shelling the city Itself for many hours, making II tin tciiiible, entered the town through the suburb of I'.ercbetn. to the east. The real extent of the destruction within the walls of Antwerp will be blow In reaching the outside world I rotn impart Isan sources, for the ren son that communication with the city Is either cut or entirely In the hands of military nulhorltles From The Hague it Is asserted that the cathe dral of Notre Dame has not been dam aged. Important German Town la Captured. Petrogrnd. Capture by tho Hus alaus of the German town of Margra bowa wns ntinounced by the war of fice The victory wns an Important one. Mnrgrabown Is In east Prussia, about 10 miles within the frontier and on the railroad connecting Goldnpp and l.yck. PARIS IS TARGET OF BOMBS Twenty, 12 Being Women and Qirle, Wounded by German Miaallea. Paris A score of bombs, launched on different quarters of Paris by two German aviators Sunday, killed four civilians and wounded 2 others, of whom 12 were women and girls. The damage done to property waa small. A pennant which waa dropped at the same time aa the bomba from the German alrahlpa bore the Inacrlptlon In Herman: "We have taken Antwerp; your turn will soon coma." The alrmn appenred soon nfter noon One began the attack by drop ping a bomb near the Northern Kail way terminal, another In Hue St Ka zan) and a third, which lauded at the rear or the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Three more bomba were hurled by the aatiift airman In the vicinity of the Bourae. The aecond aeroplane alao flaw over the cathedral, dropplug four bomba. one of which lighted ou the roof of the church. A aecond fell In the square. where the bishop's realdeuca la altu ated. A third atruck the parapet of the Qual de Bourbou and glanced off Into the Belua. Marconi Falla In Suit. New York The federal district court ruled that It had no Juriadlctlon In the ault brought against Secretary of the Navy Daniels and four uavul censors by the Marconi Wlreleaa Tele graph company of America, to prevent the government from keeping cloaed the wireless stations at Slaaconaet, Mass , and Hea Hate, N. Y. The com pany's application for an Injunction waa dismissed ANTWERP LEVY IS $100,000,000 London-Germany has Imposed a fine of iMyHMM ($100,000,000) on Antwerp as a wur Indemnity The population of Antwerp Is about 2S2,00(). Thu levy, i ben-tore, la ap proximately 'M'J per capita. A dispatch lo tin- Kenli r 'telegram Company from Amsterdam says that (Jemial von Hehhbi, commander o the (iermau troops that aptund Alit verp, haa laaued the followlug pro claiuatlon . "To the inhabitauta of Antwerp The QbvbWB army lias enleied your city aa conquerors. No riiuiui shall be harmeii and your properly shall he spared If you refrain flolll hostile ai I a All retractions will be punished a, cording to IBS law ot war and may lead to the demolition of your beautl ful city." It is said that the Herman soldiers are active In mastenua 'he fire in Antwerp Only public buil'lmg were damaged No prominent chinch was atruck by a shell. 'I I. ii Hermans agreed In the teims of capitulation not lo disarm the civic guards or make prisoners of males balweeu the ugea uf Ik and 30 years. LIVED ON RAW EGGS Mr. Richard's Experience With Off- ferent Diets. Peaches and Buttermilk for Three Years. Cecllton, Md Mr. OeorRe Richard, of this place, during the past 12 year. has probably tried more different difH than the average person would ever ua in a lifetime. What he has to say about his expert ments, must therefore behighly interest ing to anyone suffering from indigestion or stomach troubles of any kind. He says: "For more than 12 years. 1 suffered with stomach troubles, ana paid hundreds o( dollars for doctor bills and medicines. I was also operated oa lor piles. I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk for nearly three years. The only thing Ib.ii would not give me pain was raw eggs. I was a physical wreck. I could not sleep, and was as near crazy as a mas could well be. I must say that after taking two 25-cesl packages of Thedford's Black-OraugM, It did me more good than all I ever spent lor other medicines. I have been working daily on the fans) ever since, and I am as hard as iron.' This purely vegetable remedy has bees In successful use for more than 70 years. Try it. But be sure that it'a "Thediord'a.' mmmmmmmmmmmmm Your Banking No matter how small, no mat ter how large First National Bank Ontario, Oregon will give it careful attention. This message applies to the men and the women alike. Oflireni and Directors: A L. ('(H'KKl'M, Preaident T. I I KNHI I.I.. Vic I'rr.idcnt II. II. (in Kill M, Caahlar C. W. FLATT. Asa't Cashier J. W. HILLINGHLEY C K. KKNVON i. n oi hio m uiuiuuuaiiuiiuuiuaiiuiuiu A Promising Opening Oi)01) TllINi I W.I at any seuHon ol the yt'ar, won. ! In- a keg of our Bimrk liiK Sdit liter, wliicli is a good tliinu to Iiuvh "on tun" in Bssj of thirnty BtaBfgBMifjB. Tliiw Itfif is tlio lebt, purest iiikI most wlioli'Hoino ever brew eil, unil will butisfy Uic HMtl criticul lcer drinker. Bisf brewetl from tlm btBl UBtt IM Imp-, lis M lentilic uiflluil of brBTfiogi it i nuturully u per fect lull. .. li. TETER ONTARIO LAUNDRY Leave Hundles at Any Hotel or Uarber Shop l'rompt Attention Given All Order.