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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1915. THRFR "HIV " n (M oJ' ttw& &-jJi ramb ftflWfc; ONTARIO ONTARIO OREGON tecor Wi V Out-of-Town Mail Orders Filled From This Store. We jrivo our out of town customers tht same privilege as those that come In them selves. More over, our meth od is not a "mail-order sys tem" it is rather a systema tized shopping service, which gives the personal attention of I trained shopper to the filling every mail order. Your order is studied and promptly filled with as much "intelligent interest" as if you were here yourself. Should you come in per son wo will he glad to have one of experience assist you in every department and make your say profitable and enjoyable to you. Trunks, Bags & Suit Cases If you are going anywhere this spring and summer, or if you just want a trunk for homo use, vou want to see our Trunks, Hand Hags and Suit Cases, for real values. I c? Not a mother, that has Reen and studied the many uses of the "Baby Korrals" this week, but what has sain: "Why has not someone thought of it years ago, and saved so many tired mothers and cross babies. " Mothers Kiddie Keeper- Natures way to keen your baby being demonstrated this week in our infants department. If you wish, upon rcceins of a jiostal we will send you a booklet fully illustrated if you cannot come in yourself. You should investigate and note this lonir step forward in the "Better Babies movement. Price $6.00 Canvas Bed For Each $1.00 Extra if Wanted Parcel Postage Paid The tremendous success of GOLDEN WEST STEEL CUT COFFEE has attracted the keenest competitionand yet GOLDEN WEST Sales have steadily increased-Because Golden West Steel Cut Coffee Satisfies Everybody u esa 0J !M IMS Special Showing This Week Of New Galatea M. New Indian 11 New Panama 01 New Rice Clot hi New Lace CI 'h New Lawns New fcil il New Lin! mm Tfce "Dak" correct ttylt in every detail ielect materials "Natural Shape" butt or comfort. Pay $S for your next pair of shoes it's like making an investment in footwear. The initial outlay for a pair of Florsheims may be more than you have been paying for shoes but the returns will show a larger percentage in length of service, added comfort and individual style. You will be proud of your feet and well satisfied if you wear better shoes of the Florsheim kind. Other Real Values in Other Brands at $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 Starting April 2"th, and all week, we will have a special demonstr. in Of GOLDEN WEST OOPFIE and SPICKS in our Grocery Dtptttinont and we invite you to visit this department during the demonstration' And see for yourself the extra good totalities of these goods and that the d not cost more than others of not as good qualities. Up-to-the-Minute Styles in Mens New Genuine Panama Hats $5.00 Which we con sider are real $6.50 qualities If you are look ing for correct hat style, come to our Mens Fur nishing Depart ment and take a look. X Jl There. i more drive, more punch, to our New Ppllllg line of Men's Wearing Apparel than ever hefore. We me showing a new line of Mens Shirt.-, hoth Gol! illlil IresH, from c . up. New lines of I'nderwc.ii in every kind of material and quality. Price ." to - '. IdtmmZmiX JAPAN NOT TMIN G TO ESTABLISH BASE (Special to The Argus.) Washington. Commander Nobis Ir win, of the cruiser New Orleans, re ported to the navy department that he had Investigated the Japanese naval activity In Turtle Bay. Lower California, and found no Indications other than salvage work on the strand d cruiser Asama. The Asatna has been aground In the secluded Mexican haveu since Decem ber and the reports Indicated that the presence of other ships aiding In get Ung her afloat was being made the ex cuse for the establishment of a per manent base of operations. The Japanese embassy issued a statement declaring the operations were solely for salvage purposes and denying that there was any Intention of establishing a naval base. Admiral Howard sent orders by wireless to the New Orleans, which had left San Diego for Maxatlan, Max., directing Commander Irwin to stop at Turtle Bay, exchange the usual visits of courtesy and report on what was going on there. Notice. The regular eighth grade final ex aminations will be held throughout the county May 6 and 7, 1915. The program for Malheur county is as follows: Thursday Arithmetic, writing, grammar, agriculture and spelling. Friday Physiology, history, geog raphy, civil government and reading. All requests for questions should be in the superintendent's office not later than April 26. The next examination after the May examination will be given in September. 15-2t. LOCKOUT IN CHICAGO MAKES 125,000 IDLE (Special to The Argus.) Chicago. Governor Dunne ordered members of tho slate board of arbitra tion to offer their services to Chicago building trades workmen and their employers. In the Interests of Indus trial peace. The strike order Issued by the car penters' district council, which became effective, was followed by a retallatlve measure In the form of a lockout di rected at n. "in. carpentera engaged In construction work all over Cook county. The lockout debarred the union car penters from work on 4000 buildings which are being erected by 1200 con tractors, who are pledged and bonded to maintain their stand until every union In the structural trades comes to terms. The terms Include an antl strike agreement covering a period of three years. The union leaders de clared that the strike would not end until the demands of the men for an increase of wages of 6 cents an hour had been granted. It was estimated that 125.000 wage earners in Chicago were made jobless for the lockout and strike tied up oper ations on $12,000,000 worth of work. NEWS NOTES FROM OVER THE COUNTRY (Special to The Argus.) The Philadelphia council decided to permit Liberty bell to go to the San Francisco exposition. The loue progressive In the United Slltes senate, Miles Cotndext.r, of Washington, announced at Spokane that be would seek re-election on tin republican ticket. War stamp tax on letters and postal cards has gone Into effect In Canada Every envelope aud postcard must carry an additional oue cent stamp, ro gardless of Its destination. An appeal In behalf .f the apple growers of Oregou and Washington Is betore the British government. Rob ert 1'. Skinner. American consul gen eral, urged that all vessels carryiug cargoes of apples and detained in Brit ish ports be released at the i-arlie.it possible momeut. John Bunny, the moving picture comedian, who has been ill for more than three weeks, was said to have passed the crisis of his Illness and to be on the way to recovery. BRITISH APOLOGY OFFERED CHILLE (Special to The Argus.) London The "British government has offered a "full and ample apology" to the Chll.an government for the sinking on March 14 In Chilean tern torta' waters of the German cruiser Dresden Notice. To all potato growers of Malheur county: Re careful and plant nothing but seed that is not diseased. A. GRAMSE, Fruit Inspector, Malheur County. J. W. Boor will be in Ontario Friday and Saturday of each week, with his Percheron horse, Bryan, and his Jack, Don, at the Eagle Livery Barn, for the season of 1915. 12-4t LOSSES ARE WW URGE (Special to The Argus. ) Berlin, via London. The war cor respondents at the Austrian head guar ters have taken advantage of the pause In the battle In the Carpathians to summarise the results of the Bus slau efforts to break through the mouutain barrier, which have prog ressed as a continuous gigantic battle since the fall of I'rxeiuysl. The Russians, who hurled massed troops first against one and then an other part of the line, succeeded lu advancing their own line slightly In the depression south of Dukla Haas, where they hold a considerable area of the southern slope of the moun tains. The) also impelled the Austrl ans to straighten out the big northern bulge In their line east or this point between Lupkow and I'xsok Basses, In-re It had pushed forward well Into (jullcia toward l'rzemysl. Kugene l.ennhoff. correspondent lu tin- Carpathians lor the .titling am Miitag, estimates that the Russian losses In killed, wounded, sick and prisoners lu the attempt to force a way through the passes Is at least 00,000 Notice to members, visiting broth ers and their families. On Saturday evening, April 24th, 1915, Ontario Lodge No. 90, I. O. O. F will cele brate the 86th anniversary of the founding of Oddfellowship in America. S. J. SPENCER, Secretary. GERMANY WILL MAKE AMENDS TO DUTCH (Special to The Argus.) Tk. Hague Germany, according to reports reaching here, will disavow the torpedoing of the Dutch steamer Katwyk. and will make full reparation to her owners. . - Order your aster plants and chrys anthemum plants from the Ontario Floral Co. Headquarters Argus office. Phone 49-J. BRITISH SHIP SUNK BY TURKISH TORPEDO (Special to The Argus.) London. In the first naval battle of the war between Turkish aud British war null, 10U of the cr.w of the Brit Ish transport Mauilou were reported to have beeu drowued and a Turkish torpedo boat destroyed, In official dis patches to the admiralty The battle was fought off the Island of Chios, near the Gulf of Smyrna and about 100 miles south of the entrance to the Dardanelles. It Is believed here that the transport was torpedoed aud sunk after she hsd lauded British troops on the coast of Asia Minor Three torpedoes were shot st the British transport, according to die patches to the admiralty All missed t n- The light cruiser Minerva, which had participated lu the bom bardment of Sin) me, nave chase aud forced the torpedo boat ashore lu Kal ammult Bay, Chios Island The Turk ish war craft was destroyed and her crew made prisoners. TWO CHIDREN ARE BURNED TO DEATH (Special U. The Argus.) Hood River -While their father worked in the baru nearby, Ruth and Violet Robertson, daughters of Robert Robertson, were burned to death by fire liii ii destroyed their home, near this city Ruth was 7 years old and Violet was 14 years. Indications are that the children never left their bed, but were smothered and burned without a chance to save themselves. Their charred bodies were found within the twisted aud blackeued frame of their Iron bed CUT IN RATES IS BEING ASKED EOR (Special to The Argus.) Salem Negotiations were started by the state railroad c mmlsslon with the Spokane, Cortland A Seattle rail road company to obtain relief fr in what are termed exc isivt fares ' resldeuts of the section beyond 1 ton. on the line of tin- United Rail ways. Numerous proc k(s have beeu received by the oorami islou since the service over the United l(allwa)H from Cortland to Llnnton v si stopped as a result of the county i I compelling the company to move Us tracks from the county tlioroughfai As a result of that Sffitfi persons living beyond Llnnton travel over the steam railroad to that place and pay additional fares over tin- lulled Kail ways to their destination I'ndcr the law Joint rates must be PSMOMMs WILL BUILD N W Al (Special to The Ar pa.) Salem -Bids for the construction of a 1100,000 wing for the SSStSffl Oregon Insane asylum will be l ailed to. ou April 30, aud the state 1. .ml of control will meet and award tin- contract ou May 20, according to an announcement mad. by Stat. Archllec W (J. Kulgb ton. He also stated that II- fluii.ouo ad ministration bulldlug for the Culver slty of Oregon would bi ..mplcled by June 16. and that the ijf.OM armory under construction In t ll ci'y would be finished some time . I . 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