Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, January 12, 1927, Page 2, Image 2

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JH E D AILY TIDINGS EDIT
ESTABLISHED IN 1876
C. J. READ, MANAGING EDITOR
INS,
PUBLISHED BY- THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO.
NÇWS EDITOR
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ASHLAND) DAI
Woriic^—Ballad Ant the rooms,
you boat i t f I fixed the bad’ up
Spain 'la the basement and put put up Mrial and worsted on aaw
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•d a s’ mots fond there And1 hare la (ram*. ’
Weather— Fog and vfcin today,
hoping that he gets up nerve
enough to po in. I could coax wind southeast, snowfall since last
htin la ip the day time bat lie observation, 0,0 In, precipita
would'tear the honse-down get­ .»« là., depths of anew on «rt
ting out, if he tiddb It will be O. 19.0 in.,,Temp., H. |t , L 88
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A building corporation in New York is to erect
an office building 1,208 feet high. If the Wash­
ington monument were to be set atop the great
•pyramid of Gixeb the combined height would faff
short by 200 feet of reaching the top of this pro­
jected structure. It would be necessary to pile the
Bunker Hiff monument on the combination to reach
an altitude which would permit one to look over the
top of i t
In a valley of the Himalayas thia building
wouldn’t look very tall, but set down among the
Ozarks it would overtop some of the minor knobs
and oome almost within half their height of rival­
ling the tallest peaks. On Manhattan island, which
already supports the greatest aggregation of tall
buildings in the world, it will stick up like a n?ono-
litb—until somebody overshadows it with a taller
one. The rearing of this structure will also enable
the native Gothamite to bold up his head again.
Naturally boastful of the bignè*« of his town and
everything pertaining to it he had to suffer the
humiliation of letting the upstart Detroit ff©t
away with the highest office building in Christen­
dom. But now he can swagger once more for he
will soon have a structural prodigy that wiff riee
nearly 300 feet above the Book tower of Henry
Ford’s town.
P YWEU
O£>-pOH!
T htatf are’ ¿ t it ‘'Mways '-¿&t
they seem, o f something tike that
Some days ego < put the bears
to sleep, 'at least e o paper. When
1 looked out thia morning I saw
•onto.bfc ’d en tssto ,th e enoir. *1
thought' At firtit they Were boles
left by some o f thttse big snow­
flakes that v told you of last
night, bnt they turned out to be
bear tracks, I wdnt out And fol­
lowed them and I Saw where tye
had hammered oh the windows'
trying to waken tn e ? Evidently
he became angry for be pnllbdtb’e
screen Off the UfindoV anfTtore
It ’to a doseta p la c e s .H e 1 found
some feed that I bad set out for
tbe Knights. When I found out
that he had found something to
eat I knew that he would be back
tonight. Sure enough about dark
I saw him doming across the low­
er end Of the flat. He didn’t
seem 'to lik e the show as he was
go|ng from one tree to the other
to avoid it. I fathered up tbe
scraps that I had been saving and
Went out. > ft was Old Frits. Can
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cwcotial to the boy
ó /fte who
is climbing
dm lBffdcf to affluence.
aficy and prosperity.
yoong men who dm $ar|y
in tbe morning and U gh hl
Chas. A. White
BNDÍ5B9 BLOdK
The C w e r Reward
William Lawrence Saunders of New York has
hung up a reward of $100,000 for cancer research
scientists. Half is to be given for discovery of wfe
cause of cancer and half for diseovery of a proved
cure.
This is very handsome ancf generops of Mr.
Saunders, but it is unlikely to have any effect what­
ever either toward stimulating research or produc­
ing the discoveries which he wishes to reward.
These discoveries, if they are» ever made, wUl be­
long in the category of things that cannot be bought
and paid for. The winner or winners will be suc-
cessfnl because of their insatiable thirst |o know,
not because of any hope of financial reward.
This is not saying that there is anything un­
moral in offering the reward or unethical In its ao-
oeptanoe, in the event it is earned. If anybody
earns the right to financial endowment which will
forever remove from him the possibility of worry
over a livelihood it is tbe patient and painstak­
ing delver into the causes and cares of the malignant
plagues which afflict the bodies of men. The be-
stowers of such rewards are entitled to full credit
for taking it upon themselves to discharge the debt
which the public owes, but they can hardly claim
any share, even as instigators, in the achievement.
Vueles« Investigations
Now two or three congressmen have become
greatly concerned over the charges involving Ty
Cobb and Tris Speaker in “ sloughing” baseball
games. And as might reasonably be expected, they
have suggested a congressional investigation of the
whole affair.
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Congress of late is doing a great many things
that the framers of tbe Constitution did not pro­
pose congress should do. Senators and representa­
tives are doing everything but the things they are
elected to do. They seem to be a bunch of busy-
bodies, meddling where they have no right to med­
dle.
Members of both houses seem to take a great
delight in holding investigations of one kind or
another, none of which hap availed their constitu­
encies anything.
BFAP DR THE a ph
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I ve kept that school girl complexion
I ’ve walked a mile for a smoke,
I ’ve asked the man who owns one
And he tells me it keeps him broke.
I know that a child can play it,
To guard the danger line I try’,
I know when it ’s time to retire.
And I ’ve heard that they satisfy.
But there’s one thing that keeps me guessing,
No matter how hard I strive;
I ’d like to know just whether or not
I ’m one of the four out of five—Exchange.
A “ singing tailor” has been discovered
Gotham who ban a good chanoe of appearing in
opera.* He ought to do well as the heroine’s suitor.
Some organizations, like Home individual«, seem
to enjoy themed ve« most when they are stirring lip
trouble for somebody else.
I kV/iaf Others Say
Isn’t It Odd?
NEW VpHK —Tbs price
of bread reached pre-war lev-
eta when a large chain gro­
cery placed a 2B ounce loaf
on Rale at eight cento.
ATLANTIC CITY — As he
completed the marriage cere­
mony Recorder Corio banded
Miss Eleanor J. Connell a
black Jack "to be used," he
explained, "when the bride­
groom starts Jfolng out at
night" Ernest H. Sambas,
tbe bridegroom, to a munici­
pal employee and a friend
of the recorder.
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NEW YORK — Mre. Flor­
ence Amereae, who
was
fined 100 for shoplifting, to
convinced the devn larks In
department stores. She told
Justice Diets In general ses­
sions, that the devil whis­
pered In her ear as she was
shopping In Clmbels end
tempted her to steal.
WHAT DO YOU MEAN
Moet persons who are In a
hurry to get «ofeewhere prob­
ably do not know why.— Ver­
nonia Eagle.
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. Stockings show the same tend'
ency to run as cowards.
Like all winters, jre never had
one like the present.
Marriage,
like
vaccination,
sometimes fails to "take” the first
tune.
Distinction comes from doing
things better; notoriety from do­
ing them worse. I
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You do not understand human
nature if your tuQwledge of the
subject is confined to yourself.
Has Heck says: “Us parents
don’t have to be to careful what
we say before our children as we
used to be.”
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We a n holding a mercantile slaughter during
January. Give fit a c$B
Apparently the high com
mlisloner of baseball is get
ting ready to earn that <18.
000 a year rise |n salary.—
Eugene Guard.
SALE
ips in Town
- Open Evenings
w Hotel
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“The real climber takes no
risk he hasn’t measured.’’
But occasionally errs by a
4ew thousand feet.-—Weston
A BANK THAT
SERVES DEPOSITORS
■ Nature has - decreed that
Salem shall, be the world’s
greatest pear industry center.
Tjiis'will come soon or late,
because this is the pear para­
dise. Why not burry along
the time by growing more
quality pearsT
You
can
make no mistake, if you have
tne right kind of land, and
will grow the best pears that
the world can produce. You
can do this here.— Salem
Statesman.
Absolute safety, convenience and oourtesy
are important, every-day factors in the
servioe which this bank offers.
EXCLUSIVELY BY US
C L . D A N IE LS
M edford, Ore.
So, too, ie our advice to you regarding
withdrawals and more permanent invest­
ments at more substantial returns.
BASKETBALL
NEW YORK — When
business and s /t clash, busi-
nSss better take car. A real­
ty firm evicted Albert Lopes,
aa artist, from bis studio,
and It Is charged, damaged
some of his painting. When
M b .. protested the realty
man said his paintings should
ba sold by the "five add ten
cant stores.” Lopes s « e i and
was awarded IS,00* by a
Jury Monday tor damage to
his paintings and feelings.
Roseburg —
J.
H.
Marston
buys two local playhouses, as
part of Oregon - Cantorato chain.
St. Helens— Columbia County
budget for 18 8 T to B4TB.TM.
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Oregon national forests cut
898.188,000 feet tomber lu 1934.
Eugene postal receipts tor 19X6
passes -1811,000.
Expert economist« have de­
clared that tbC installment
plan to sound, hsnee we may
expect to see a falling off in
Installment buying. — Polk
dbtnty Iltemlzer.
ASHLAND SI
YBEKA HI
The Citizens Bank
Ashland, Oregon
Saturday flight
The radical senators are
said to be already planning
for a filibuster in the next
¿Spate. Well, they have to
db something to enthertaln
their conatitutents.— Jeffer­
son Retfdw. '
Junior Hi Gym
You’ll Like Our Steals
For your noon or evening meal come in tomorrow
for one of our appetizing steaks or chops. They’re
tender and juicy.
We make a specialty of home-made pies and past-
nes-alw ays frosh and good.
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TURNING THE PAGES BAgK
Open from 6:30 A. M. to Midnight.
ASHLAND
10 Years Agq
T |e choir of the Presbyterian
church waa entertained at (be
home of Mrs. Parsons last Thura-
<toy. Tboae peeeeat- were Mee-
dames Oariwtt, Gillette and Nor­
ris. Messrs Graham, DePeatt, and
Norrja. Misses Marts. Cambers,
Harris. Bagley. Priscilla
and
Giadyu Carnahan. Poley and Tif­
fany.
C. Oleen of the Ashland district
was injured la an accident on tbe
Paelfic highway Hunday.
Miss Lydia MeCall to back at
the general delivery wladow of
the postoffice after a two week’s
visit with her brother In Klamath
Falls.'
ASHLAND
ASHLAND
Y eaw A g,
Monday afternoon ’ |frs. W.
B, F. Myer to reported as slow-
Schaumloefel gkve a dinner party ’ tptorovlng fçoni his recent ser-
in honor of Iflsa Rose Patterson,
us Illness.
Monday being her birthday anni­
versary. Those present were the
Mlsrce Mabel and Pearl R qom H.
Mesera P. R.’ Nell and Roberï
Blanch Hlcka, Margaret Caldwell,
Lillian and Rose Patterson, Eth- Ta/lór of the Asbfahd-Klamath
elynde Sanford and Mesdamon road ’committee vieltod the camp
Wm. BchanmlocfsT and
May nt Oreen Springs Tneeday.
Ashurat.
Miss Pearl Culver, who has
heap mskiOg an extended visit to
Misses Leatha Tylsr and Mary friands in Dunsmuir, Cal., re-
Downing returaM to Ashland to­ turasd homS last night.
day from Portland. M l« Tylsr
has been attending the U. oi'O .
Medical college and Mtoe Downing
O. H. Blount and Wm. Sonntch-
has Men studying music under son returned last night from tbelr
Prof. Dierks o f Portland.’
tri* east of the mountains.
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Mwart#
Radiator and Motor Work
Pickwick Stage Office
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Battery Becharge, 11.00
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We contract "to ' gfatr pullets and
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Claycomb Motor
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