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ASHLAND. OREGION; TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1919
Ashland Team Is
Going Great Guns
It wasn't 80 much that Hornbrook
couldn't play ball. It was because
Ashland could. And the type of
baseball that Is seldom seen away
out In the hughes. Listen to thin
tale, O kind people, and see if It
don't get that little bump of long
ing to see a, real ball game, throb
bing in your domes.
Pay attention now: One error In
nine innings of baseball (this is the
Ashland side). Only five men to
Teach first base in tbe Hornbrook
uniform. Big Chief Wilson was go
ing great guns and let the mountain
team down with three scratchy hits.
He passed one and one man got on
by the aforesaid error. None of
the five got as far as third. Two put
out stealing, two put out on double
plays and one left on bases. Boys, it
was simply grand to see that old
The final score wag something
like eleven to nothing. Tho Horn
brook boys wre minus the services
of their regular catcher but fought
like the game lowers they were. The
Ashlanders started in pounding th
ball in the second Inning and the
basehlts rattled like a machine guft
thruout the rest of the gamo.
Big Chief Wilson struck out elev
en men and got four base hits which
Is about enough for one day,
Ruddy ScholU cavorted around
shortstop for the boys and showed
up like a streak of lightning. He
will play with Ashland for tho rest
of the season and the fans are pat
ting themselves on their backs.
With Scholtz, who is about the
wh)ule wo)ks on the Santa Clara
college diamond, and Lilly cutting
capers around the keystone sack
that old Infield Is going to have the
pepper what am.
The trip over to Hornbrook was a
huge success. Watch these boys go
Will Fly From Here
Ashland has Joined the . '.'fly"
craze that has struck Medford since
the advent of the airplane that tho
Medford Aircraft company has se
cur! for passengeds' flights. Not
to be outdone by the sister city,
whoso citizens have been feeling
very much "up In tho air" recently,
a request has been made for the
company to bring their plane over
here. This request has been com
piled with, and Friday and Satur
day have been set apart for this
purpose. Flights will bo made from
tiio aviation field on tho Wake place
across Bear creek both days, begin
ning at 8 o'clock Friday morning.
and will continue at intervals all
day and Saturday, as long as citizens
desire to take part in this method
Already a number of booking
have been made for the flights to bo
made from the Ashland fields. The
Grants Pass Will
Secretary Will O. Steele and Geo.
L Treichler, president of the Med
ford Chamber of Commerce, were In
Ashland Friday afternoon" where
,-they had com to go over arrange
ments for1 Southern Oregon's part In
tha entertainment of the National
Editorial Association which will be
held in Portland in August. In order
to allow these visitors to have an
opportunity to glimpse as much of
this wonderful western state es pos
sible in so short a time, Portland Is
glvlns them a special train to South-
Ore. Products Dinner
To Be Given Editors
V. 0. N. Smith, the head of tho, on tho good reports of her hospital
Lithla park dinner to bo served to : lty tho editors take back and pub-
tho visitors when tho National Edi
torial Association comes to Ashland,
called a commltteo meeting of .1
number of the representative women
of Ashland together Saturday , night
who with members of tho Commer
cial club held a council to plan for
when they meet up with Grants Pass
Sunday. Hub Pernoll'a Passltes have: first one comes from a lady, an Ash
humbled the locals by narrow mar-! land resident, who has requested
gins on three occasions this season, j that she be the first passenger to go
Now that the Ashland combination j from the local field, Others are
is reinforced to the point where a; fast coming iu, and It Is expected
weak spot is impossible to find, the j that when the plane gets well under
locals are going out for a win. Como j way, there will be a constant de
out to the high school grounds Sun- j mand for the privilege of riding In
day afternoon and' watch the fur, the firmament by neonlo from this
fly. It will be a corker and the
boys will need some real rooting be
Grants Pass Plays
Here Next Sunday
Hub Pernotl's Grants Pass ball
tossers with the wiley old big leagu
er swinging a bat and pitching In
the pinches, will be up to mingle
with the speedy crew which the Ash
land management has got together,
next. Sunday afternoon. Grants Pass
has won three games from the loeah
by narrow margins, each one a hard
e'r fight than the last and the local
figure that now the time has come
to reverse the results. Ashland has
ben In hard luck most of this sea
eon, losing Lilly in the first game
he played and Plymate soon after
However with Lilly back In old form
and Daddy Hill of Medford taking
care of the mask and mitt and a new
Addition in Ruddy Scholtz of Santa
Clara, the boys have an aggregation
which will mako anything up and
down the line take a hurry to get
ahead of them. No one who saw
the Grants Pass game on July 6th
will miss the battle Sunday'.- Revenge
with a capital R and a burr like a
Scotchman saying "roaring" is In the
air. Hub Pernoll is pitching part
of the time for the Pass now. He
went in at Grants Pass two -weeTis
ago and kept the Ashlanders break
ing their lacks for the last four inn
ings. Pernoll doesn't seem to have
lost -any of that old stuff that took
him to the ton of the American
League' It remains until Sunday to
find oy.for sure..
"For Better, For
The Medford Aircraft company
has been particularly fortunate In
securing their pilots for this passen
ger plane. Heretofore all flights
have been made by Lieutenant Floyd
t t T . ir . j i t . . i. . i
. J' a .ucuiuiu uuy wiiu recently
WOrSe AC Vinin2 j returned from overseas duty with a
Roche plane to his credit. A relief
. , """ " . i pilot arrived Tuesday who will also
Cecil B. DeMlIle, director general I make flights. This is Lieut. Delber.
of the Famous Players-Lasky Cor-1 Jones, a former Ashland boy, of ov
poratlon, and producer of "For Bet-lerseas experience, who served over
ter, For Worse," which is to be 'the German line two months. The
sn'owfi'Vt the Tlnlng theatre next (mechanic Is C. A. Hall of Medford,
Medford's aeroplane is the great
6t source of amusemit ' tor the
people of this section at' present.
Every day several passenger flights
Ore made from the aviation field In
Medford, the plane coming up and
circling over Ashland before making
the return flight back to Medford.
The demand for flights is great by
the people of this vicinity, and a
. large number are booked ahead for
Possibly the flrsfc Ashland resl-
Went to take a ride In the firmament
1s W. S. Eastman, who declared this
modeof travel is the greatest thing
tever experienced. After -one flight
. Mr, Eastman is enthusiastic over
' aarnlan'a service, land viiewis- with
longing the big craft as it sails over
the city. Several business men of
- Medford have engagedhe plane to
, take them on business trips to vari
ous points In the surrounding coun
try. , :. ..
Wednesday and Thursday, is a stick
ler for fine acting, and he personally
selects' the cast used in each of his
who formerly had charge of the test
blocks at Rockwell Field, San Diego.
The plane will go to Grants Pass
productions, often speeding weeks: Wednesday and Thursday to make
on the work of casting alone-
"For Better, For Worse" Is no
exxceptlon In this particular. All
of the roles, from the leads down
to ' the minor parts, are taken by
actors of prominence and reputa
tion, and a list of their names is
sufficient assurance that -the acting
will be of the very highest quality.
Elliott Dexter, who will be remem
bered as the husband In Mr. Do-
Mllle's "Old Wives for New," and
as the hero In "The Squaw Man,"
has the leading role.
All the characters are real hu
man beings, grappling with human
situations, and the sympathy of tho
audience goes out to every one of
them, in spite of their mistakes and
rash aJuMw. The picture deals
with the most vital of modern prob
lems raised by the war, which are
now engaging public attention.
passenger flights, and'wlll tome to
Ashland Friday and Saturday.
ern Oregon, and the cities In this this dinner. When tho projuct was
section. In turn, are going to treat 'explained the women took hold with
them to an automobile trip 'to Crater (the enthusiasm and assurance that
Lake, beside other hospitalities thut niaTk all events in which they are
will be showered upon them. asked to assist, and as a result of
While here Messrs. Steele and the discussion of plans, Mrs. O, B.
Trelehler brought the good tidings , Lamkin, president of the Civic Im
that Grants Pass is at one with the
other Southern Oregon towns In her
effort to make the visiting editors'
stay her one of the most delightful
incidents of the whole trip. Grants
Pass lias most generously pledged
the use of fifteen cars as a minimum
and $2T0 for the entertaining fund.
Thos city Is offering her services
purely out of a desire to help South
ern Oregon to entertain the guests
and will cooperate with Medford and
Ashland In every way to make the
editors' visit here a memorable one.
Agent For County
. Women thruout the county will
be interested to know that the new
Home Demonstration ' Agent who
succeeded Miss McCormlck Is MIhs
Florence E. Pool who Is expected to
arrive in Medford Tuesday morning.
Mls Pool has had experience In
home demonstration work in Mon-
provemcnt Club, was chosen chair
man of the general committee on
Mrs. Lamkin is planning on put
ting the matter In the hands of the
Chic club as her aides In the pro
ject. They In turn will Interest
practically every woman In the city
to assist In preparing this dinner so
that the burden will not fall upon a
few. As the excursionists will em
brace editors from nearly every state
in the union, this will bo an oppor
tunity for many Ashland residents
to meet or learn from former friends
and to advertise their adopted city
to the friends "back home," as the
prominence of Ashland will depend
Arrangements ltave leen nind'
whereby Mrs. Humphreys, tho dem
onstrator for tho Associated Indus
tries of Oregon, who was here last
week demonstrating Oregon pro
ducts, will como over from Klamath
Falls and' assist in giving a dinner
of Oregon products to tho vlsltln'-v
editors. This will Insure a sumptu
ous repast and ono that eastern and
middle westerners will talk about,
for a long time. Mrs.. Lamkin wllft
very soon have her committees ap
pointed and started to work, ami
Ashland housewives will soon navre
an opportunity of having their culi
nary skill known over the length ami
breadth of tho land.
The chairman of the dinner will"
get her committees working shortly
and arrange definite plans for tho
menu, after which soliciting com
mittees will be appointed to ask ev
ery one In Ashland to bavo a hand.
In entertaining this delegation of
newspaper and magazine people wh
will dine with them August 12. Thi.
will be the greatest public event Ash
land has ever attempted, and the
concerted movement of the citizens
Is necessary to carry it thru successfully.
Klamath Falls To
At Page theatre
At the Page Theatre, Medford.
August 1st, will be presented the
much heralded, spectacular and.
ilumptuous prod.uctlrttt of "Chin;
Ashland Man Passed
William M. Briggs, the young
Ashland attorney who took the ex
amination in Salem the last week In
May for admittance to practice law
In the state of Oregon, has been no
tified that he was successful in pass
lag the examination. Seventeen of
class of twenty-three apppllcants
succeeded In the examination, four
of whom were women. Mr. Brlggj
expects a formal order admitting
him to the bar in this state in the
near future. Mr. Briggs is' one of
the promising young men of thU
city and has been receiving the con
gratulations of his many friends In
Sunday morning tho service fla
hung on the wall of the Presbyterian
jchurch In honor of the men who had invited to this meeting-.
served In the world war, who had at j
some time belonged to that congre-l
gallon, was demounted. Of theijg RCPUlatiOnS
thlrtvpvon nnmixi nn tha hnnnp rnl! !
three men had died In service, one
was wounded, of two no record has
been obtained, while the other thir
ty-one were honorably discharged
without any casualties. The flag
with the honor roll will le careful
ly preserved with the archives of
Elks from every part of Oregon
are making plans for delegations to
attend the second annual conference!
of tha Oregon State Elks assocla-
tana snd North Dakota and comes tion at Klamath Falls, August 14,Chln." t only production of this;
here ritn the hlgbest recommenda- j 15 and 16. Between 500 aud 1 000 clever fantasy unilfr the tunnage
tlocs'Jrom Extension Directors and Elks from' Portland are expected lo ment of Chorion Irilllngham, as dis ¬
people interested in homo demon- make the Journey and each lodge ls'l)Iuyc(l t the Globe- Theatre in .e-
York for two years.
.The look is by Anne Caldwell ami.
K. II. Burnsidn, the lyrics by Anno
plans com- Culdwell and James O'Dea, and th(
music by Ivan Curyll, go well re
membered for his Ingratiating melo-
dies in "Tho Pink Lady" and "Th
Seven gorgeous settings make w '
stratlon work.. jsendlng a large quota of delegates
A meeting will be held at theiand. members
Medford .Public Library Wednesday
afternoon at 2 p. m. for the purpose
In Klamath Falls the committee
of lodgemon have all
of having th women of the county I,, eted for three days' entertainment
interested in home demonstration Interspersed with serious business
work . meet, Miss Pool. Ashland 'RPKsinnn iiv flm mnmhorn nf tnt,
women who are heads of organizn-jaKsociatlon of Elks.
tions or interested in any way are
One of the features of the lust day
of tho conventbnn will be a street j"18 Kti'Pendous production of "Chin,
parado in which every lodge of Ore-(''''"" added to which Is a bevy ofV
'gon and several lodges of California fenilnlne beauty with, pretty drosses,;
; will participate. j8wlft all(l grotesque ikmclng, a feast
I Chief among the stunts being ar- music, lots of pranking amuse-
KCPSruinP tllS NflWiransed- Is the big barbecue which Isin'f"1 including Tom Brown's Clowtr-
o o J
Prohis Will Start
Campaign In State
FOR COMING WEEK
Forecast for the period July 28
io August 2, 1919, inclusive. Pa
cific coast states: Normal tempera
ture and generally fair.
Ashland Girl Wed
At Yakima, Wash
Evelyn Turner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. B. Turner, a well known 1,nll
and popular Ashland girl, was mar
ried July 21, 1919, at the Baptist
parsonage in Yakima, Wash., to
Harold Briggs, son of Mrs. H. B.
Briggs of Tacoma, Wash. Mr. Briggs
saw 18 months of service in France
as first sergeant, and is now man
ager of a llarge fruit association at
Yakima, where the young people
will make their home. Their many
friends wish them a long and happy
WESTEIIVILLE, O., July 29.
Worldwide prohibition of the liquor
traffic as the next and final step lu
temperance reform will be advocat
ed by several speakers who will con
duct a campaign In Oregon between
October 13 and November 9, both
Inclusive, under the direction of the
Anti-Saloon' League of America with
the co-operation of the Anti-Saloon
League of Oregon'. ' ' '
The speakers will bo Rev. Louis
Albert Banks, of Boston, preacher
and author; Rev Dr. Ira Lnndrith,
also of Bbfiton, ieducator, 'lecturer
and prominently connected with the
thrlstlan Endeavor movement; Rev.
G. M. Hammond, of Nashville, Tenn.:
George D, Conper, superintendent of
the Antl-Salooil Itettgtie of Washing
ton, and Louis R. Hortpn, superin
tendent of the Anti-Saloon League of
Telephone Girls' dunce at Anno-)'
An opportunity to transfer to the
regular Navy to, serve the unexpired
terms of their enrollments is afford
ed to the enlisted personnel of tho
United States Naval Reserve Force
as a result of provisions contained
In the recently passed naval appro
priation bill. Members making the
transfer will receive the samo pay
and gratuities as are regularly al
lowed' to men reenllsted within four
months following the date of their
discharge from a four year enlistment.
The privilege of making the tranf
fer to the regular navy is available
to all naval reservists whether on
active or Inactive duty, who have
not Jess than one year to serve in
their current enrollments. The bene
fits allowed include one month's
leave with pay, extra pay for reen
llstments for periods of two, three,
and four years may be mado In tho
regular navy with privileges and
pay proportionate to those hereto
fore allowed for the usual four year
term. Meri reenlistlng prior to
July 1, 1920, will receive the cur
rent war pay for the period of their
enlistments. 'Special provisions have
jlso been made for members of the.
regular navy personnel who 'enlist
ed for the duration of tho war, wtio
may desire to extend their enlist
ments for one, two, 'throe or four
to bo hold at Pelican bay lodge, onjr,nl"l a Hi" famous Saxaphnne Swa
the shores of the upper Klamath lake j tet,l- n,l'l the, spilling of the come--on
the afternoon and evening of Aii-d,nn8 rro"i " alrylauo falling thru!
The children's playground super
visor has arranged the following
schedule for each day in the week,
which will be continued until tha gonlan. relating to heroes and horo-
tho pilcd-up clouds and then hindlic;
In a pile of "honest" sand at tho en
trance to a circus test.
Portland Man Won
Croix De Guerre
In an article In the Sunday Ore-
opening of the school:
Monday and Wednesday Folk
dances or games and races. Beglr.
Tuesday and Thursday Apparat
us work, followed by story hour. Be
gin work 2:30 o'clock. .
Tuesday morning Hand work.
Begin 9 00 a. m.
Friday morning Hand work.
Begin 9 00 a. m.
Friday afternoon Swimming, 3
to 4 odlock.
Saturday To bo announced.
Bring work box, needle, thimble,
scissors for hand work classos.
Practically every city and town of
any size in the state will be visited i years
by one or more of these' speakers, Men of the Naval Reserve Forco
and admission to all meetings will bo desiring to Request their transfer
free. Both men and women, it Is j to the regular navy in accordance
announced, are invited. with the new regulations should ap-
Law enforcement 'in tho United, ply to the Commandant, Thirteenth
States, coupled with importance of
the election or appointment of offi
cials favorable to enforcement, also
will bo urged by the speakers.
Lieut. C. W. Watson of Montague
was over to spend tho week end with
friends in Ashland,
Naval District, Navy Yard,
Mrs, Frank Stevens arrived home
Sunday after a tr;p to the east. She
stopped on her return home In the
Y.'llowUona KatHonal Park thru
which she road an extensive tour.
Fruit Juice Tax
Will Be Repealed
Congressman Hawley's bill to
waive all mining assessment work
on claims of soldiers and sailors of
the great war for the year was re
ported favorably today. Congress'
man I law ley expects to get this bill
and tho reduction in taxes on fruit
juices both passed by the house be
fore adjournment next Saturday.
The recess will bo for six weeks or
Telephone (Jiiis" dance at Armory
Friday tve, l'edeison's orchestra.
lnes of the northwest who won hon
ors during the world war appear
the name of Major Lester Humph
reys of Portland, son of Mr. an.l
Mrs O. T. Humphreys, of Ashland.
A picture of the young man Is also
portrayed In the paper. Following.:
Is what the article says about Major
Humphreys: . ,
"A Portland veteran of the Philip
pine campaign with the famous old
Second Oregon who could not resist ,
the lure of action and who showed
what Oregon's sons were made of is.
Major Lestor W. Humphreys who is.
associated with Senator Chamberlain
In the practice of law. Major Hum
phreys was formerly a Portland,
newspaper reporter and at the first
call went with the Third Oregon ami
then with the 364th Infantry regh .
mejit of tho 91st division. . ,
"It was at 'Spltaulsbosscheh, Bot
glum, on the morning of October 31
that the 364th ran into an unex
pected snag in the way of a host of
Iloche machine gun posts, and it
was mainly owing to tlie initiative of
Major Humphreys that the Ameri
cans wfci-e tjniabled to successfully
clear them out of a heavy wood. Ma
jor Humphreys received the Belgian
croix de guerre for this deed."
Mrs. II. II. Gillette Is home from.
San Francisco where she had hce.t
visiting for some time.