Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, November 23, 1925, Image 1

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    ASHLAND
WATJkRTA GERMS • “ '; ■
Oannot survive three months in
the rich ozone a t Ashland. Pure
domestic water helps.
The Tidings Has Been Ashland's
Without the nf
nine cases r* '
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This is a
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Newspaper For Nearly Fifty Years
Wire Servlet)
VOU X L pt
to the Beal-Weekly Tidings, Volume 41
Chicken's Heart
Tissue Cçuld
Overspread Q ty
ft
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NEW YORK, Nor. 23
— Live tissue taken from
the heart of a chicken in
IS IS by Alex Carrell la
33
8
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nearly Third of Out of State
Oars Registered in State
Stop Here •
8
experts.
I f it had not
8 . been pared down each
MEDFORD 18 SECOND 8 day, it now would be a
8
“ colossal monster," over-
California d s n Total M o n Than 8 spreading the entire city
Half of all yistttag Caro. Ash-
8 of New York 'they M id
land has 2 1 ,9 2 9
today.
The growth of the tis­
Registration of foreign motor
sue is so great that it
vehicles in Oregon, for the month
doubles every 34 honrs.
. of October, Just closed, totalled
Motion pictures showing
4,»8» or an increase o f* 1 , 8 1
this growth hate been
over those of the corresponding
taken
and
are
being
ihonth of 1824 and 1,113 over
studied by scientists.
October of 1822. The total reg­
As ’ long as the tissue^
istrations for the ten months of
in nurtured and irri­
1828 for the entire state was 7 7 r
gated it cannot die, in­
•7 0 , an Increase of 5,168 over'
stitute officials said.
the corresponding period of 1824
and 1,888 over the entire year's
registrations fo r 1834, figures
made public at the local registra­
tion office today indicate.
Every state in the United States
w ith the exception of 8outh Caro­
lin a and West V irg in ia, was rep­
resented In the October reglstra-'
lions and more were eight
vehicles registered from H aw aii
and one from New Zealand dur­
ing the month. The registrations
by states and foreign countries Declare Issuance of City
'Bonds Was Illegal. Liti­
for the ten months adding October
gation Probable
81, 1826. follow:
Alabama, 27;
Arisona, <58;
K L A M A T H FALLS. Nov. 38—
Arkansas, 88;
California, 42,.
The
American National bank,
081; Colorado, 1,214 > Connecti­
cut, 66; Delaware,' 4; Florida, successful bidder for <180 000
worth or Klam ath Falls street
126; Georgia, 14; Idaho, 4,158;
paving bonds, gave notice late
Illinois, 828; Iowa, 584; Indiana,
Friday afternoon that it would
388; Kansas, 710; Kentucky, 48;
refuse te take delivery of the
Louisiana, 71; Malae, S I; Mary­
bonds because of alleged Il­
land, 41; Massachusetts, 1 27 1
legality In the proceedings which
Michigan, 523; Minnesota, 568;
led up to the opening of bids
Mississippi, 27: Missouri, 478;
,4-for th e bonds.
Montana, l.V tf; Nebraska, <15;
The alleged mistake in legal
Nevada. 881; New Hampshire, 12;
procedure,
set
forth- Ja
ah
New Jersey. 137; New Mexieo,
opinion by D. V. Kuykendall,
127; New York, 381; North Caro­
attorney for the bank, is that
lina, 26;
North Dakota,
218;
five days had not elapsed from
Ohio, 660; Oklahoma, 681; Penn­
the time of introduction of bond
sylvania, 387; Rhode Island, 18; ordinances
to
their
passage
South Carolina, 3; 8outh Dakota,
Through this error, the back
268; Tennedsee, 4 2| Texas, 676; claims, the bonds are illegal.
Utah, 870; Vermont, 26; Virginia, , In its communication to the
68; Washington, 18,083; Wash­ city, the bank requests the city
ington, D. C., 46; Wisconsin, 324; to refund the amount of Its
Wyoming, 384; Alaska, 31; Can­ certified check which accom­
ada, 878, Canal Zone, 7; Hawaii, panied their bid, to the amount
78; New Zealand, 3; Australia, 1. of 27,034.
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Total 77,070.
I f the bank can successfully
The registrations for the ten prove to the city council next
months* period, by stations, in Monday night that the paving
the state, follow.
bonds are illegal, the city must
Albany, 1,264; Alshland, 21.- retrace Its steps, again pass the
822; Astoria, 388; Baker, 1829; bond ordinance and re-open bids
Bend, <90; Corvallis, 661; Eu­ for the sale of the paving bonds.
gene, 2,169; Gold Beach, 277;
I f not, then litigation over
Grants Pass, 6,848; Hood River; the dispute w ill probably take
870; Klamath Falls, 3,470; La place.
Grande, 1,237; Lakeview, 181;
City Attorney J. H. Carnahen
Marshfield. 236; Medford, 11,248; was reluctant to go Into details
Milton - Freewater, 1,178; New­ on the dispute, but did Issue the
port, 1<; North Bend 71; Nyssa, following statement:
1,068; O ntario,' 3,908; Oregon
, " I t is my .opinion that despite
City, 278; Pendleton, 2,062; Port­ the claims of the American Na­
land, 8,347;
Roseburg, 1,942; tional bank and their attorney,
Salem, 4,033; Seaside, 184; The that the procedure leading up to
Dalles, 1,978; Vale, 62; Inspect­ the sale of the bonds to the
ors, 38. — Total 77,070.
bank was legal."
ASHLAND TEAM IN GREAT
SHAPE FOR MEDFORD GAME
W ith almost a week's rest
from games behind them, and
three days remaining before their
second tussle of the year with
Medford ofi TB a n r «giving Day,
the Ashland high grldders are In
the best shape of . any time dur­
ing the season, and are set to
hold the visitors to a much low­
er score than the 87-0 licking
handed them on Armistice Day in
Medford.
Coach Hughes has had a lot
of luck with his youngsters dur­
ing the latter part of the sea­
son. Early n the yeaf, he was
minus the services of one or two
of the regulars, due to injuries,
but since the entire outfit came
through the Medford and Grants
Pass games without hurts, they
are now in great shape.
The fact th a r the squad
fared no injuries during
gruelling games is
ASHLAND, ORKOONhMONDAY,"NOVEMBER 23, 1925
SENSATIONAL
MARRIAGE CASE
IS CONTINUED
A New Kind of Mermaid
s ì a
Faithful
CABINETS OF
EUROPE FALL,
PAINLEVE OUT
LEAGUE MAKI
ATTACK UPON
VOLSTEAD ACT
French Premier Quits With
After Difficultly
Moderation League Declare
Act Has Resulted in
Much Drunkedness .
All Cabinet Members,
L U T H E R TO RESfON
FIGURES
A ttem pt Being Made to Prove
Young Rhlnetaader Knew of
W ife ’s Negro Blood
German
Chancellor
Reaffirms
Htutement he W ill Resign A fter
Signing Loeunio Pact
lairge (titles Hhosv Decrease In
Arrests for Intoxication, 1914
and 1024 Compared
M •
W H IT E PLA IN S, N. Y., Nov.
P A R I8, Nov. 23— (U . P .)-
Tbe Painleve ' cabinet, tottering
aver since Its rebirth only a few
short weeks ago, has fallen, and
France 1» In *a. deep qu-andry to­
day as to the selection of a suc­
cessor to Premier Painleve.
Foreign Minister Brland, for­
mer Premier H errlot, Louis Lou-
e le u r, economic expert, and Sen­
ator Douraer, a recognised fi­
nancial authority, are all men­
tioned by politicians for the of­
fice.
The Painleve ministry was es­
tablished a few weeks ago, fol­
lowing the resignation of the eu-
tire: cabinet of the old Ralnlevt
organization, in an effort to re­
move Joseph Calllaux. finance
minister, whose policies did not
meet the approval of Painleve.
Financial matters, the cause
of the fall of many French cab­
inets,. caused the resignation of
Painleve and his associates. The
Chamber of Deputies refused to
ratify severai of Palnleve’s fi­
nancial programs 'as he request­
ed.
N EW YORK^Nov. 23— (U. P.)
— Results of one of the most
sweeping surveys of the effects
of prohibition ever made, show­
ing, according to statistics that
drunkenness was as prevalent in
1924 as in 1914, were made pub­
lic by the Moderation League
here -today.
The Moderation League, seek­
ing restriction on the sale of
liquor but opposed to bone-dry
prohibition' has on its board of
directors leading professional and
business men of the nation.
These Include Ellhu Root, for­
mer Secretary of State; Kerm it
Roosevelt,
Rt.
Rev, . Charts*
Flske, Bishop of Central Now
York;
W illiam
N.
Dyckmaii'
president of the New York Bar
aasoclation; Newcomb Carlton,
president of the Western Union
Telegraph* company; W illiam C,
Redfield, former secretary of
commerce; W illiam B. Parson«,
president of the Board of Trus­
tees of Columbia University. The
chairman of the board la Austen
O. Fox, New York attorney.
-
The report la baaed on a. enWc
vase of police departments In
cities over 5,000 on the number
of arrests for drunkenness,
,-r -
Drunkenneaa. during 1918 and
1919, when emergency wkr time'
restrictions
on . the
sale
of
Mrs. Rhinelander Dizrobes
Before Member* of Jury
Hearing Case
LETTERS
ARB
READ
22— (U . P .)— In the Jury room
in the Westchester county su­
preme cgurt room today. Mrs
Alice
Jones
Rhinelander un
dressed, and with her .body from
the waist up and lower limbs
exposed, was viewed by the mem­
bers of the Jury tryinff the suit
for annullment of. her. marriage
to Leonard Kip Rhinelander,
scion o f a wealthy and prominent
New York family.
Leonard K ip Rhinelander, who
chargee that his w ife deceived
him as to her color before their
marrlsge, Justice Morsehauser,
who la on the bench in the tria l
stenographers and opposing coun-
sel accompanied the girl into the
Jury room where the inspection
took place.
Preceding this astounding de­
velopment, two letters, written
by Leonard to Alice before their
marriage, were read In court,
which
had
previously
been
cleared of a ll women.
They
described
minutely
the
pre­
m arital Intimacies of the pair,
and the defense attorney hoped
to prove by the color of her
body that young Rhinelander
could
not but have suspected
that she had negro blood In her
veins.
Mrs.
Rhinelander And, her
mother went behind a screeh iff
the Jury room while the former
disrobed. She was seen by the
Jury only a few moments, and
no questions were asked her.
Homecoming Will
Be Celebrated at
Chamber Forum
The chamber of commerce is
urging the attenance of its mem­
bership at the forum luncheon
to be held tomorrow at the
Ldthla Springs hotel, and is also
extending an Invitation to new­
comers and all who will enjoy
such a gathering.
The various civic organisa­
tions, as well as the chamber
and the Women’s Civic club, the
Music Study club, the D. A. R..
The Ministerial Association and
the American Legion w ill Join
with the Llthlans and K lw an k
Club In presenting the program.
The presidents of these organi­
sations w ill be called upon to
offer a speaker, a stunt or a
musical number for the program.
J. C. Hopper of Ness City,
Kansas, who has Just arrived In
Ashland, will speak a few words
In behalf of the newcomers,
and Rev. W . Judson Oldfield
w ill be the principal speaker
for the day.
The hotel w ill furnish a special
menu. Those who are acquaint­
ed with, or know recent comers
to Ashland, are urged to make
this an occasion for welcoming
since the members of the teams them to Ashland
are extremely light, and In every
game take a terrific pounding.9 STUDY IN FOREIGN
LANGUAGE AT P. 0 .
That they have withstood these
haattngg this yggr gpggffg
The money order department of
for the condition they have kept,
the
Aahland poatofflce la decor­
according to Hughes.
ated with a collection of colored
Tilton, who played a sweet
posters on which la paraphraaed
game a t Grants Paas, w ill prob­
in various foreign languages the
ably be at the helm, running the
slogan , "Bay M erry Christmas
team from quarter, with Gandee
w ith a Postal Money Order, with
and Bryant at halves, and big
a drawing of Santa Claua him­
Gillette at full.
self sponsoring the suggestion.
Ham C o tter'th e battling little
center w ill be in there at center.
SWINGLE MEMBER
Hughes is uncertain as to who
OF RIFLE TEAM
he w ill start at guards.
The
tackles w ill probably he Nutter,
OREGON
AGRICULTURAL
who has held down a tackle
COLLEGE, Corvallis, Nov. 23. —
berth all season, and Gosnell.
Arto Swingle of Ashland, froth-
Gosnell was shifted from the
man In engineering, la, a member
backfield to the line berth Just
of one of the Intram ural rifle
before th * Medford game and
teams.
Intram nral firin g will
commence November 38.
(Continued On Page Six)
Miss Reba Curtis, 18, o f San Diego, Calif., is believed to
be the first woman in America to go down in a d iver’s
uniform. She made her trip in San Diego harbor and
liked'it. “ J u st like floating through air,” she said a fte r
ward.
Criticism
Chief Alaskan
Indoor Sport "
DIVORCES GAIN
ON;
THROUGHSTATE'
Jackson Go. Shows Decrease
in Percentage of Divoroes
Records Indicate
W A SHING TO N, D. C., Nov. 23,
— The Department of Commerce
announces that, according to re­
turns received, there were In Ore­
gon, for the calendar year 1924,(
8,987 marriages performed and
2,946 divorces granted. F o r the
calendar year 1923 7,161 mar­
riages and 2,894 divorces were
reported.
The decrease in marriages re­
ported for 1924 from the number
reported for 1923 Ik 184 or 2.6
per cent. The divorces reported
for 1924 show an Increase of 61
or 1.8 per cent over the number
reported for 1922.
The statistics of marriages for
1924 were furnished by the State
Board of Health and those of di­
vorces fo f the same year by the
county clerks.
The figures are
prelim inary and subject to cor­
rection.
In Jackson county, the divorce
percentage shows a decrease, for
1924 over 1923.
During 1923,
229* marriages were
recorded,
w ith 76 decrees of divorce being
granted. Last year, marriages in­
creased to 258, While the divorces
granted decreased to 70.
The
percentage
Increased
slightly In Josephine county, the
record for 1928 being 91 mar­
riages and 21 divorcee, while in
1924 the records show 75 mar­
riages and 18 divorces.
In K lam ath county a slight in­
crease in divorces and marriages
te ? .' W A SHING TO N,-Ney. 26
— One of thq - favorite
sports Of Alaskan 're s i­
dents, President Coolidge
Is convinced, Is the c riti­
cism of public officials.
One
In
every
eleven
whites in the territory,
he is Informed, Is on the
Government payroll. Fed­
eral jobs are desirable
and he believes that there
is a tendency to criticise
the work of officials In
the hope that aome will
be removed from offtce.
making room for others.
Consequently the Presi­
dent Is determined to
study
qfirefully
any
charges
made
against
Alaskan officials.
DR. C A P R IC E
GETS USE OF
PORTLAND HALL
Injunction Granted Prohibit­
ing Oity From Tearing
Down Tabernacle
PO RTLA N D, Nov. 23. — Pre­
siding Circuit Judge Tucker has
granted a temporary Injunction
preventing the city from tearing
down the Bveitson - B illy 8unday
tabernacle, condemned by the
council as a fire hazard, and an­
nouncement has been made by
the Christian and Missionary al­
1» ,hngn Ip IBS-1, 148 IT rlflgS liance that the evangelistic cam­
paign o f DF. “ChafTei B. m c s .
ceremonies were performed, while
faith healer and exponent of the
divorces were granted 66 qouples.
"Fo u r - Fold Gospel," w ill start
Last year the marriages Increased
w ith a meeting tonight at 7:30.
to 191 and divorcee to 88.
Meetings w ill be held dally at
2:80 and 7:80 p. m.
PO8TOFFI0B TO ENJOY
Henry W . Tomlinson, deputy
HOLIDAY THURSDAY city attorney declares that the
iflrst argument In the Injunction
Thursday, Nov,, 29, Thanks­ • u lt w ill come up Tuesday In the
giving Day, being k legal holiday elrcult court to decide whether the
w ill be observed by the Ashland complaint against the city states
postoffice aa a complete holiday. cause f i r action.
Ministers who were active In
W * A T H 3gR
the B illy Bunday campaign ap­
peared before the city counctl at
Oregon and Washington
Its meeting November 4, opposing
— F air and warm er to­
Price and his methods. The coun­
night, with gentle mod-
cil decided that the building was
erote east to south winds
along the coast. <
(Continued On Page Five)
BERLIN, Nov. 23— (U. P . ) ~
Verifying his last week’s report­
ed statement of hts Intention to
resign after the Locarno pact
has
been
signed,
Chancellor
t
r
Mrs. Chester A rthu r Nelson of 8t.
Louis didn't lose her love when
she found her husband arrested
for bigamy, having had a wifo
when she married him. " I f they
put Mm In ja il. I'll go there and
live with hint,” sh e says.
She la
18 and he is 21
GASOUNE TAX
NETS OREGON
HUGE AMOUNT
Three Million to be Realized
by Tax This Year,
. / Koser Estimate*
. COLLECTED
Luther announced today definite­
ly in the Reishstag that his
' liquors wore la «fleet, Ttaoff- ■«
The lowest
cabinet would retire after the , State revenue realised from remarkable drop.
signing ceremony, scheduled to taxes collected on tales of motor level was reaehad Jnat heforu
take place on December 1.
fuels for the month of Sep­ prohbitlon went into effect In
In
succeeding
years
tember amounted to 8319,488.27 1920.
which represents an Increase of drunkenness has cl mbed steadily
341,340.23, or 15 per cent, over back to* the 1914 level, according
the amount o f revenue collect'd to a chart of staystics.
Commenting on the statistics,
for the corresponding month of
1924, according to a statement the Moderation League says:
"When we consider that drunk­
made public today by Secretary
of State Sam A. Kozer.
fcr. enness generally has already In­
Kozer finds that the rate cf creased to the pre-prohibition
PORTLAND, Nov. 18. —
increase in motor vehicle fuel level and that drunken drivers
Boulheni Oregon seem s to be
sales for the ten months of and drunken children have ln-
undergoing a religions re­
1925, ending September 30, over dteaaed far above anything ever
vival, according to State
the same period of 1924 was J4 known before In this country.,
Game Warden, K. F. Averill,
He has received four letters , per cent and estimates that. If we cannot escape the conclusion
the same ratio of Inorease l.j that the Volstead set haa utterly
within the last few days tell­
maintained during the remalniug failed to do what It was In­
ing of conversion and asking
three months of the year the tended to do, namely, promote
forgiveness of the game com­
total revenuo for 1926. from this temperance and sobriety.
mission piul th e state for
"W e believe that a greater de­
source, w ill approximate 38 000.-
breaking of game laws. The
gree of temperance can be at-
000,
aa
compared
to
32.672.-
first letter came several days
talned by a wise restrictive la v
481.98 .for the year 1924.
ago from Grants Pass. Fri­
Gasoline sales for the month than by a bone-dry law which
day Averill received two let­
of
September' 1926J totalled does not command the respect
ters from Glendale and one
10,367,174.66 ’ gallons, an In­ of a large part of the people.”
from Ashland. In a posts­
"W e are alio of the firm con­
crease of 1,314'566.46 gallons
cript on on© letter, the w ife
viction,"
the statement adds;
over September, 1924, and distil­
added her confession to that
"that auch a policy of wlae re­
late
sales
for
last
September
ag­
of her husband.
gregated
338,121
gallons, as striction would have the Inci­
compared to 268,700 gallons for dental advantage of eliminating
Violators of
Game Laws Tell
Warden of Misdeeds
XMAS CARD GENDERS
WARNED OF RULING
The postolflce authorities re­
port that the public In, general
seems to have become quite ac­
customed to the radical change
in postage on private post cards
but Postmaster Wagner says
some people continue to mail
these erfrds with one cent stamps
affixed and deems It an opportune
time at the approach of the holi­
day season to remind patrons that
to Insure proper postage on all
Christmas cards two cents post­
age on each card la required.
Government postal cards remain
at the tame old price, one cent
each.
MITCHELL ON STAND
IN QUIET STSSI0N
W ASHING TO N Nov. 21— (U.
P .)— Colonel W illiam
Mitchell
testified at hift^own court mar­
tial today, and submitted to cross
oxam|natlon, In a sesaion thpt
was far less sensational than had
been anticipated.
The Colonel repeated many of
hie
prevlone
aasertlons,
hut
started his hearers by declar­
ing that he w4s not In a position
to cite the facta In his state­
ments, bnt only to give opinions
(Continued
On
Page
8lx)
(Continued On Page Five)
ELKS ENJOY GREAT SMOKER,
STARKEY TROUNCES CARLSON
Topping one of the sweetest
boxing cards ever put on here?
Kid Starkey, Chico, Calif., wel­
terweight, handed Johnny C ail-
son, Spokane 145 pounder « six
rouB atronhehM id t i e U dld
event on the smoker and boxing
card. Staged Saturday night by
Ashland Lodge No. 944, B. P. O.
Btk8.
Starkey, after feeling out hl*
man during the first round'
started to work Johnny over in
the second. He scored a clean
cut knockdown In the third
round, and had a big edge all
the way,'
Opening the fifth round, Carl­
son staged a rally, and had
Starkey groggy, but the Chico
battler had enough left to staqd
off the Spokane mauler, and la
the sixth- la spits of a tsrrltfc
finish by Car Iso a, was able to
hold his own.
The decision
was a popolar one.
W ilbur Harrington, Klamath
Fall» battler carried too many
Falla
gun» for Harold Reece of Port­
land in their etx roved semi
marcel In hie hair, and an Adonis
pose, but he fought by the mil*.
Hhrrington
could
Whenever
catch him, i, Harold took a heat
»ear, hat* he wad te a ­
working over,
ching up too faet for
erally backing
the huaky Redskin
Reece walked nine
ward In his attempts
from Harrington.
The apeelnl event van - —
a harry whan Jack Crim. Klam­
ath Falla welter leveled a rlghW
hook on (tally Bnroa of Poet-
land. The Portlander heard Uta
birds twitter for evrorol minutes
after the crash.
The end wan f awsest la the
t '
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