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"M WHO, MAI.HMTt ! ATI. UlUraON) Till MDAY, NOV. II, mill
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ffLLER AND WEAVER THE RKSULT OF THE BALLOT IN MALHEUR COUNTY ONTARIO HIGH WINS
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h Mil) II V I" " "' " ""
(X,MII.I Ti; SWIII IN MAI.-
,,, it MOM OHMS.
HCES CLOSE AND INTERESTING
burl" mciMhclinlii llnllit". ( Car-
II , I I'lle Majority Ihiil HIM
lnl. Nut ONM
in .ill prooMta in Mai
,r gounty tin' democratic ai plf
I .unity office wcrn iilmii '
:n! only lo
, . i- i Mi. Hit. riiiiilldiltc.
ejeatl treasurer, anil J f
,il. Ilium, lur run ii i) un
.mill r, lite follj withstood tin
.iiupi ita of ttii'ir oppoamti
1 of Hill I eat life..
,. there wile man. ' - 1I
.n ifli' part of ii i. un ut local
,n i hi .1 i.-it nt v it
tvn .hi county clerk un H it si
tnrun for nisinct niioruoy nui"
i mi (tempt to conceal their Joy
lllic ilif.Mt uf I. K Hill li Mnr
i('rlllo. IIIH'h defeat mini1 large
inmi Hit viiti- in Ontario nt r
irhlf wa u four to one winner In
country precinct, however, Hill
tin lu-lii-r of Ho- rac hul Ins
Id in the .-oiintry w not what
nt clpntod unil an ttif result In.
ilid.itpil hv over 200 vote.
ITkerc nr- bMII ii fnw precincts to
i krard frnin including llueluh. Ml
mil. Iloekvlllo and W'.tson
tmwever cnnnoi change tin' M
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Tli rat- between Arthur M h
kd V II Staple attracted a nr.-ut
nl of attention, partially, perhaps,
ill ol tin- onntruvery Inch
rted following the iiointniitlon of
I' lluslun. the furnn-r cmnil.
rk tn tin- i aralilp at
run between Staple uml Mood)
Imrd fought anil clean thriioul.
oily getting the vote which follow
n iniiliiiitliieU a lea.) from
Htm the firt return started
nplti- a late atari In the cam-
Un MrH KateMu t'linklln cava Mian
ktk mi mtere.ting coiiteKt fur the
llwriiit.-ndcinv In (inlarlo .1
itu-il lier greatest support BVl
.Hv in the country where hIi, v..
known.
i' Mueller as the republlcau'a
lute netter He was the only
lubllcan to carry a iiiinilu-r of the
.mil took a ciiiiiiiiuiiiIiiik
frnin the Miurl, his vote ahowlnic
TcmiIi nf a ihiiin i.iniminn
"iniiy i omutaatonar John VYanvar
un iiiterestintf rnco with Lain.
ii Tin- hnaw vote Mr Wavr
Ived In Oulurlo aavtHl him from
a.almnlie of democratic IiuIIuIm
il aHitures the county court of
HKe In political complexion.
I" tiiitiiin, tln-ie wait a great deal
l in the liiiht l.elw , l( W
'Mler and It M lluDucun for the
MM attorneyalilp ehpoclally i.ihoiik !
youugei in. mi The surprise in
I that race developed In Vale It-1
W where In North Vale precinct !
gler led Duncan bv I vote The
to there, together with the hemy
lorlties securetl by iiini In Ontario
In Snake river precinct were auf-
'"nl to return Swugler a winner
lieiweeu 150 and 200 vote.
Sheriff Hen Hrown ran ahead of
ticket In nearly every precinct
i .... ... .. . . . .
nun limn difficulty iii Uefeutlug
ury Cole the republican candidate
Perhaps the greatest surprise to
of the politicians was the vote
the presidency Instead of a de-
fcd repuhlUan majority which
antu-lputed, the democratic elec-
r polled a majority of almost 300
according to the Incomplete ra
il B0 fur received.
far as Ontario is conoiniil tin
lias given the metroni.lis of the
P8t' one additional office in llit:'orm
lou ol Carliln to replute Hill
hgau. ... .. .
-". mi'ei mug itrouKt- retains
f office, iii,,,, Moody and Hrown
h h . wa a, la... OnUrlo ranr.
tatnea.
'" -Nan but slight interest in the
'" Hie orfice of count) . ngi-1
iifilhir r I'annir, the pies !
iMeumbrat, ..r Mi Mlllaf nta
Mou opponent made a great af-1
lo get out votea and Mr. Farmer
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CALIFORNIA VOTE 1$
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KTU'KM, 1AVM OHIO, OMMO
CH.tTIC CA.NHIHATr: H X
HANK PRECEDENTS ARE UPSET
l-'or sr.c.l a o lleult llunu In H.e
IUUact. I...-H -i Th.-rr In Han
I'.iull.llll. HUM ltv..unl May f
.Made in Sou Klatea.
Now York. No. t 1 1"- contcal lor
,,ii r the I ini.il Slate I ap
part-nil) M fltie that tin- MtW 16
turin ma) he iiecciaar) n iletermlne
wheihir I'le-iilt nt Wiiuilrow WlUon
has been e ele. ted or will be tun. -.ii
ed b the republican caiullilute.
ObartM Krui HnffJktM M Mti ftffc
. . I,, Hon hanK I" II"' balance
.1.- aarii nluriililleii for lliitthe ha)
tlr(uj Wi,, nut l later
MthouKh rhalrnidii lllco. lor .nr
republnau nalimial cuininiitee and bin
thief allien. Frank II Hltt000E,
licore W I'erklua and 0 H "'""
deillnid Point blank to corned M
.l.lct uf Mi HHHM i" Ir"kl
.md that the outlook iiniouiiiiit
U,) cIom
Krauk Hllchcockt, IM poiitioai
.. ... Hie rcuubllcan camp, declared
t,i the eliMu.ii ot lluiilii d. l" ndi.
.,.. rulla In falilornia ami Minium."
MiuntSttl MOTBJ WUOTI badlun o (
lubnlanlial plurallt) It '
W t tMIMII rtaWft but "'
mail.- Kaim. Uj PMrtJ r"r' l ,,
II. u inuinM'K 1 N "l"", " " I
arc in The larimr .olc w
iioiu California
liiiiimpliti' returns
nesulcnl Wilson leading with
ho
good n'1'""""'
.late ma) decide the (IW
That one
,l uoMltde. although demo
MtK headuuartera pr.'dt.t.-d that
Wil.n would he a total of
lu the electoral college
Tbe atate were counted for W II
so Al.bama, ArUona. Arkau...,
t-murado, Klorula Oet.rgia. Kt-u.ucky
.Loul.lan.. Maryland, Mi.sU.IPPl- Ml.
aourl. Montana, Nebraska, Nevada.
SS Carolina. Ohio, tlk.abou,..
Si.iill. Carolina Tennessee, lexa.,
Ituh and Virginia, loiai, -
H'r llugue were claimed OlttM
u( 1(l.luwar.-, Illinois, b.wa. MMM
U.sacbu.ctt. Mulligan, N.W JIT
iT York, IVnnsM.ama. Kbode
,aml, South Dakota. Vermont and VM.-
cousin Total, 111 , ..
SL .late, were doubt u U
Indiana.
Kansas.
., .i.ir.. New Mexico
On
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West ) lrguof
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Wyo.nu.g. ,u'""
Ea.t.rn Stat., or Huflb
The cast went lor """-'
i-iiii-K am noun
whelming nujoom- M.(ll(,n,
uol carry a mnglc sia . t.arried
unless, a is unlik.
Daiw been COUntin
The democrat n retkoned
'." ..ie wet. but they if
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Woodrow Wikon who ih returned to Presidency by bare majority
BATTLE OF BALLOTS
GRIPS ALL ONTARIO!
CITY HAS III I N .11
Bl'DINKHH IN
STANHSTIM., AI.MOHT, SINt K
Tlr:slA MOH.MNt;.
GOOD CROWD WATCH RETURNS
uiiili of Uets IVnils lo Tut Ktlge
of lnteiet ami Adherent of lloth
I'ailli- Nhot. Alivlet).
liii.icsl ill the outcome of the bat
,.,,.,, b, the outcome of Ihe bat ! (ulher.sol.s' band of grid-
of U.e ballot has held Ontario' "" ,.,, hv Caplain Ie'
a week Smce Tuesday """' ,x w ,,,,, ,,,r attack again -,
frm has he.-.. practically ut a M,,11,1J,.rh rrom Weis.-r
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tie of the ballot ha held Ontario
tliis
bus
hiriBU tr each of the big parties
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ois oi a iiut"" " """ o
laaa trtakM Mm wir.-. BWary
one, accurding to hi predeliciion has
Hkimiued all the comfort possible
,ed an ine aomiun p ..
the new, and neither aide has
from
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WEISER COMES TO
PLAY ONTARIO HIGH
Ul.lJll III MIIII III' IMMI tMI'IMM
TO UK SKTTI-KI) I.N OAMM
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ILLNESS INVADES LOCAL TEAM,::,
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I In Isteiisen, iimi "" - -
xick l.lsl With Tousllllls Since
Hume With Kiiiuietl.
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Trimmed lor the name oi inc sea-
led by Captain le
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will be a real football game
Tliai tins
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w a . o i ii."
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v and tactics open w me is tue i.e-
lief of the local mentor
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Interest in the game I high among
i H,udeIltH who are cont.dei.t
W i
Ihll UUlttMU Will uo u.w v ..... --
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HUNDREDS GO ON
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Kl. PAHMKNUKR tits t ItoWKI K
WITH IIAI'I'k t It(IWI) I IIOM
flNTAItlo AMI U
BOISE SENDS BUSINESS MEN
Oulng to IjiIc rrlal of Train at
( line tin- Trio to Ho. ns Hull tu
IV i ...o.-lle.l Tills Time.
Nearly .".Oil excursionists were on
board the O S I. specinl whan It
reached Crane last Sunday afternoon
Of till number more than 300 were
Ontarlan. r.O came from raieltc, mid
a smaller number came from the Ida
lm bench At Vale an additional
.
I mi was added
'the trip to Hums hud to be alum
doned because of the late arrlial at
Crane but another excursion will be
held some lime In the future uccup.)
Ing a couple of day ao that a real
view of the interior may he hud
The women nt Hums hud prepared
In cure fur the excursionists hut learn
ot Hi. train s delay tun mil sunn
uutos over lo Crane
The Hums
papers last week reported that every
1 e e
auto In Hums had been secured to
cure for the excursionist ao that so
far a the people uf thai hospitable
community is coniemed the) deserve
a sincere vote of thanks frnin the x
cursiuiilst
Crane I m.ii .m-
The people of Crane proved eitual
to the occasion I-or u liew anil
Kiowlug coinmunlty to tackle the Job
of feeding five hundred people, more
lliati the tuwn IIM-.I possesses ,s no
smull task and the excursionist ap-
' predated the effort Autos wer. un
'nihed lo all who desired lo see the
valley and many uvailed Uicms.lws
of the opportuiiit)
There wa also a fool hull game
between Crane and Hums which i-
suited In a tie score To this game
many uf the excursionists went it. ruut
both sides
nee ttie train
did not ranch
p Cr.no until t .iddle of the alter
noon and some lime wa -penl on
trip thru the .alley anil in lining jus
lice to the duck dinn.i it was late
before the return trip wa tarted
and it was ufter uiidulght heion-
ihn tram nude, II Into Ontario
--
While practicing with the high
-""' -'" "'" f
Van Helen was Munned by a fall
'' him un-...n.,.-.,,., ..., HW
, ,, ,,,...ui ,., ,.l
"one .i ,..,,, ,,.h n.,..
" n ..-.oie, ..,. .., .
V. aiile to alitn.i ciassi s iiuring iu-
remainder of the week '
li (i 11 Sinitii and daughter
Portland arrived tout week to
Mr Smith who inenlly accept. -.1
Uu.ihioii ami "" " -
and Mrs Sinllh have occupied
l.auipkiu residem . on Morion
ai,i, HcimiMi is DOffl ii him;
HIWT UAMM KMMK1T TKAM
I.HiHKN l-IKI.II.
KERSHNER MAKES FIRST SCORE
(In.- 'in I. i.i.. T . in litluv. n Ml. n ill li
RnfaVM Hut Uii- Wnl.r.l In i.i.l.r
lii l.ii p (iame ..iinn- Kinnirtt
Timers lli-ncr spui-tx than loacli.
I Ii.' llnliirio liiKh Hchonl fontlnill
ul mlili ,i i,n, in,, i, i iclory to Ilia
Hoamni a lint In a name with the Ktn
ineti Ii lull hint H'rlday The arura win
II to ii It iii I itlit have, been much
different hud the name been played
with fewer interruption-. In all a
half hour waa Ink. mi out for Injuries
and dispute. -. Hie i:in It
ordered III team off the fl.-lv)
The Ontario players In order to keep
Hie funic Kiilna; yielded a point and
tln-relty lost a luiichilown i:ni
nfter Unit tin- Kiniii-ll coach raved
up and down the sideline expressing
,,ilnlons iiIhiiii "' orse thlevea "
The Km II boys however allowed
themselves to be (od sports In every
particular
Ontario's first score earn In aotne
thing lea than tun second after the
whistle (inlarlo kicked off and the
hall bounced obligingly off the cheat
of an Kmineit player, Into the arms
of Have Kerclmed who was shout to
iiinke the tucskln Have however
did not slop but scooted across for
a touchdown dual wa kicked mak
ing the score T to 0 Kmmelt than
rr,.ni.( nil. mi nd began to get
through On- Ontario line and around
the end
At the end of the iunri. i M
ami Human eni.-ied the gume and
then the Ontario offensive li.-Kan
which curried the hall In within a
tool of Ihn goal Se.cr.il gains
were made on line bucks and Hum a
puns tu Holland netted a long gain
but be lacked a fool of gelling a
touchdown It was declared over on
the ncv.1 nl. ii In ilo- iw.-ii-r anil It
,,
tl Hit point tlutt the Kuiinett
, h ,.,,., ff h ,,..,, ,,., laring
that the hall hud no croeil the line.
"'"' Onliirio play. M iliri.led lo do It
"" '"" f""""d M the first play
anil Kmmelt pun!.., I to Hie middle uf
the field A pass was made to Hun
can who Ihen tried lo hull I
post o.et and in doing mi I ,
bull A pans then ..as made lo llnl-
limit who vol arrows Ilo tin.. ! ,r iIim
final hIv ii.tiu! .
111 I ii' sei'oll.l in I the l'.iih- whs
.... .
ulMiut even and Wllhlillt nil. srore
, ,
Ontario w.i more successful with the
....
passes than Kmiiietl but neither team
t
both learns i, nihl io It once In .
while when in the middle of the field.
Ontario lnit-,1 mi hm fnllniki. lUur.
lH(ni
and I'lerce, tackles. McCulloch and
Kerscher. guards; Kred Uruiues. cen
ter. Holland ouarter I'innv. full:
,.,.,,. a,, u ,,uv
Mill
Duu-Ker-I'ay-
slltutes, Muddux for I'lnney,
can for Heurhorii. Croniti fur
mIiiiii Officials. Jacob.son of
).-ti.- and Hartley of Kinmett
UK,A, v,.ON AriMllMA
C'AHT HIS lit I. LOT III III
f . R K '
fa (. ,,nUed gulM e,.Ulllllo
serine caiue lu Onlariu 'I uesday to
cast bis ballot Judae Klna was in
- wi. , o- , ( ( , (i.(ilI.1.
lueui nnywn) so anna to ins home
precinct lo vote
in speaking oi condition, in the
reclamation districts JiuIkc King
said
"The pro-.piriti that I
il of the Irrigated regions dur-
.- j1( ,1(, mv W() Vl..(rs ,;ls m.ule it
Ible for the owner, ol vatM
rights to i.pi) to Ihe KiDeruineui
large sums of money in, I a
these payment, com la Ihai an
I u ml Ik, in uliiili olhei dlatl
can la starlid While not making
01 nq propnt uiuig wuai win
join tran.pire, i I ive u can "i. M
said thai the near future will ug.lu
see the go.eriimenl giving suhslau-
the
tiul aid to tbt anil regioii ot the
returned a comparatively
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