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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1920
IIY HAS m
IIKT PROGRAM OK O "
I HAI VI QIA HVE Tf IIIIC WfUl
. The twenty-eighth annual sea
' hlon of the Southern Oregon
jchuutauqua started lust evening
with an exceedingly fine program
' did a very poor patronage of Ash
land and valley resident!). While
hones are entertained that the peo-
RALPH FRALEY ONE OF
TI1KF.E DEAD FROM (J I X j
EXPLODING; THREE Hl'RT
.AIMS COLOR MAY HE
I'SEl) TO ('PRE CANCER
"The more 1 see ot Ashland the
El'GENE. The largest crop
ol prunes in the history of t he
fruit industry in l.ane county la
pie of Ashland will rally to the! prcilicted by J. O. Holt, manager
support of the association and at-,.t tne El,gene Fruit Growers' as-
lend during the coming days, the! 60(.,uton fur tnla year. Mr. ,.,,
management leeis uuoious as 10 nlunueer of the EuneiiH Fruit
nr. I.n.l I ... .III. lhnll , .llum.,:!
1 ' ,the financial showing at the close, f. ....,.. Han,finn rnr this venr I
portunity she offers for a summer of wek. sel)BonB. () ' " !
camp meeting," remarked Dr. S. . ,.. ,,,. ., ore-l. . e.e.yone who
A 1 fM aiitiArintaiwIuiil f IhP1 . ?J?tBW ,.W" P.?i'" 10 P 11 " """""I
... , lul(e ujr MU)ttI)e Arioine scum
Klamath district or the Aietnoaisi
Dr. Dunford has been
nt,ss to operate at full capacity.
a remari.able contralto singer who;He I)redlctll thllt eve,.y dl.ver
m spending me summer in Men-; ,)t overtaxed thlg yeal. UIld he ;
doubts if the entire crop can be
Interested In inaugu- forili Mu(lani8 S(.,,ul hun
ratine a big csnin meeting for;.. . ........
.. .. " .... . SMiipuuieiic vuice, . I...n.,j ,1V ,ho ,.,. ,., ...
bcutnern Oregon, which ne says is , wa KrttcloU8 , he,. pre. " '
bound to come, and no place is
Kenlations and resnonded readily
The evaporutor at the local
plant of the fruit association Is be
In I,' enlarged and when the i lit -provements
are completed the ca
pacity wtll be one third larger than
Ralph Fraley, sou of Mr. and '
Mrs. C. W. Fraley, a member
of B company. National Guard, I
was killed yesterday afternoon j 10I.KKAi Kan. Woman's suf
by the bursting of a gun at Camp, r,..,Ke alld women's cluu ieluers
Lewis during the annual encamp-, )luV(j loday nei'iilly ruliled ,0
ment which is being held there; (u, BUJI,ort ot the vwMm take
this week. The Tidings wa8ap !,,y Mllrgret tuu McCurter
prited last evening of the ncc'-, n refusing to give here age when
dent by a telegram from Licuteu- Ble wellt t0 register as a voter,
ni.t L. I). Mowat, who is with the. A,.s Mcl.arter declares iiU will
Ashland company at Camp Lewis: contest tle ruUuK KhMi WMg ba!).
"TACOMA,- Wash., July 16. vd decision ,,r t1B Httorney
Ftalph Fraley was killed at 3 p4 n,nera) that a woman cannot reg
m. today when a 155 mm. gun ;Sler unless she gives her age more
manned by the Marshfield coin- cleriniti'ly than "over 21."
puny, hurst. A flying fragment, ..,t.8 a tlub ,e , ho,(
! NEW YORK. Medical experts',
i estimates of the number of.
deaths from cancer In the I'nited
Stales in 1919 place the figure at1
100,000 and the number of per-'
: foils afflicted with the disease at WARSAW. -present
at 500,000, Dr. Frederick l.uje taken up
; SONG AND ORATORY
, All who have heard that Welsh
1 tuple can sing were assured of
this after hearing the concert
'men by the Royal Welsh Lady
, Singers at Chautauqua yesterday
afternoon. This company of
Women soldiers eiRht stars delighted the audience
position for the y.jth their musical numbers vary-
Pugdiile of lloston, a vice presi- dolense of Vilna. They have been iiig in style Biififciently to suit all
(lent of the Allied Medical Asso-; assigned to an eight-mile front, classes. The Royal Welsh ladies
ciation of America, declared at. All the women are equipped ,. a very good ii.ipression with
Hie organization's ninth annual ; with American boots and are be-! the majority ot their audience
convention here. Cure is possible, ; inf fed partly by the American; BH receive hearty applause m
he siad, If the exciting causes are V. W. C. A. They are under the t!:eir concert work and solos. Thev
removed and the predisposing fac-, command of Madame Goer, who ,..,! a particular attractive ap-
t oi's properly treated.
as well fitted for It as Ahsland ul-j , , enco,.eg glver he,
ready possesses. Cmmr Nuyphei a Creck
"We have here the Chautauqua, Hl(ertaineri pregeIllea "The Or
Buditorium, splend',1 camping fa-,,,, j,tt(,eallt a descriptive lec-i
cllities. climate and evervthlng ...... .i.. ...!
under the sun conducive to t.ro- . , l l",eRe1' Dut eVH" wi,h ,bl
under the sun conducive to pro - , Near East Accompanying I .... the manauer aavs It now
mn in n mimmni' raimi iiimi hie"'. . .. . onion, me managei says, it nowi
. r o, . nmi on lne giage was a group oi
Ti .. r...r t tan........
i,r. wuinuru reiuamuu. iniiin, , wome l the
of the advantages here over camp-. costllmeg of the Orient, lllustrat-i nr
Jug In the east. We have no thun-: ,,. , . ,..:,, ,, ,...;'
tier storms coming up unexpected-i , mulner ,he in,ereting ! ....... .,, ...,.
ly in the night, no humid heat, no; f , ,ecture Thg younghl A,t "J1 'HK"
mosquitoes, no drenching dews-.,,,,,,, jg a glU(ent of theology In !
why, people can sleep out without ce of tlle eaBtern seminaries, and I NEW YORK The V.
,n""1"' ain iu ueio. spendnK t,e summer In this
Lr. Uanford campared Ashland . .11lner
With Mount xerno'i, Ohio, where
; fBlit with General l'ilsudski i-enrauce at the evening preluihi
The treatment of disease by against the Russians ami who also . iltt night when they appeared in
color waves was demonstrated by j operated last year with the worn-, tin ir picturesque native custume
ir. Dinsliu II. (Ilrullali of New ( en during the sic-;;' i( Lemberg. j ,., sang ils t,i,. first number
. , ,...,.1, v,..,vv wiul WMs HtiindilU ,i . .... - v......... , ... naI,,a, iv,n, m we si.
, luck Haley .o was sanding lhe W01,R, , 1M,!V(,t ,, fn)ln , mMakl!n wlu,n v ,.,ieve , old. She contends ll.at women. Jdw a,,,,,,, , is ,,,,.
200 feet away near the gun .,.,.,, declared Mr I.lli Duv . . ...... I,""K 111 " I'ciuie.
manned by the Ashland company.; 1. " '"l J ' "( 'T"0 " . " "Th" Xw"- "( tllP st'""k
..w. ...... ..... , ,,.,. ,,, .,, ...,11,1... ,,,,,, in.-... i.i rii ii m iriini 11.' ..ii. . .., , ... .. . -
Dr. ........ ... ..... ......... ...... - .1 it'spuiisit. cniuii iii i ne nniiu
i appears that the association will
gOrgeoU3,h ,, . f nil. Ilm
lines that come in.
His lecture was an at-1 Mexico,
lie had been instrumental in in-
Palestine, the Ilosphorus,
t.active exjios? ot the lives and , Ccrlnlh Canal, the Dardanelles,
'customs of our neighbors in the1 mill imintu pmki h)rl thp miirinoi
nugurating a permanent summer ; 0rleti ot wicI, we know g0 ,. j i t f not f ot serving as a review-
camp meeting. i uai itiwii is uu tQ
KLAMATH COPXTY MAY
HE MINT CENTER
KLAMATH FALLS. Ilarring
possible frost during the ripening
.Mason, Klamath county marsh
lands are Ideal for the produc
tion of mint, says 0 II. Todd, Or
egon's pioneer mint grower, who
, is here from Eugene, investigut-i
. ag the possibilities of the country j j
lor several large Michigan con
cerns and growers of the Willam
ette valley. The wet bottom lands.
hi which thousands of acres are
I In).' ground, her officers said. j
This afternoon's program In Procpoiiimr tmm rvnmiiniiinn. .
meeting brings In 5000 people or cludes mU8,cal nu,1)e,.s ,,y the ' le to the Atlantic, the destrover
more each year who spend sev. I)U,llres(Jlle Alaskan Duo, and' a!(!lopped anchor in Cattaro Bay.;
tral weeks, and this town has ec(re ,,y Carlt()n chumberlayna' M0,,teneRrd. and elaborate cere
JHithlng over Ashland as an In- 0 ,e 8,)Jficti .To,orrow." This 1 1110,ne vere arranged in conned
(iucement to establish a pernio evu,g wi, ,)e , K,.eat ,L.c,ure; ,i(m will, ..resenting a Congres-I
by E. H. Fish, who will present ; s)m,i ,Pdal of honor, the highest
the subject, "The Cure for Social award the I'nited States can be-I'li-est."
This will be preceded stow, to a Jugo-Slavlc mother or
by a concert by the Alaskan Duo. a member of the A. E. F. killed!
Roth these programs are of mi- in France.
usual merit and are worthy of
a large patronage. It is to be
hoped that the people of the val
ley will respond to t lie coming
latter than Ashland, but the camp.
lie ul summer cam, In Its midst.
KLHART WAS NOT
HA 1)1. Y 1N.M RED
1. 1 i. : r : ..
"" life as food, Dr. Ghadiali declared,
iiiltiire, says Mr. Todd, with ,1h )e()1.Vi ,.01,.s(,ts .
According to tin members of
the detail from the first company;
vbo accompanied homo the body
of the late Ralph Fraley, who was
killed Friday at Camp Lewis
Homer Elhart of Ashland was not
Mounded as stated in the reports
Saturday by the bursting of the
gun which caused such fatalities;
on the field. Private Elhart 'v
name appeared among the list of
wounded, stating that his shoulder
Vinf. broken. Acenrritng'-irj the;
Ashland men a piece of shell tore,
rway a part of Elhart's hat brim l
iind struck his shoulder, knocking,
him to the ground. This was at
the time Fraley was killed, and
In the excitement caused by the'
leurful casualty the reports of the
furlher injuries were spread. ;
The ship was dressed, a deco
; ruled cutter sent ashore, and te
mother brought aboard. The dig
nlt eiL and impressive ceremony,
SI MMER SCHOOL NOTES
sessions or the Chautauqua and . us,.ally associated with the Idea'
give a patronage worthy ot the, ot a entire army corps drawn up
merits of the event. j j revjew before the commanding'
Tonight E. B. Fish, in "FiKlit-1 ,-eiieral. wua then gone through j
Ing the Reds." It's a liv one. ! After the posthumous award otj
Sunday MoinlnK at Chautauqua (,,, decoration, the tearful wo-
Music by chorus under direction ! man. .thanked the crew and of- '
of Professor Leim." t-otrt-Ti-Tirrfrelr courtesy and went,
the University of Oregon. ' , .ark to her little home marvelling
Mrs. H. T. Elmore, soloist. at he tar-,eachlng memory of the
Sermon by William AValluce disunit "God's Country," for which
Yotingson of Portl'ind. j f tlP nad sacrificed her boy.
The Sunday Chautauqua. Program ' '
A big day of mjislc. Raul Per- ;.-,a SEAL S'ALPS'. ' !
ira, noted violinist and composer., ASTORIA W. M. Hunter, em-j
with a splendid combination of'p0yed by Borne g.ilinou packing!
str;ng instruments and an excep-; companies to kill reals and sea
tionally fine pianist. i lions, has delivered the scalps ofi
Mary Adel Hays, the prima' ;-. r. 2 seals ut the county clerk's of-!
awver anil we -
Fragments of metal struck the suffragist
buck of his neck and death was
practically Instantaneous. No
other members of the Ashland
company were injured.
"The Marshfield company lost
two men killed, Corporal Edwin
Scott and Corporal Clyde Dlnnin
por. Three men from other com
panies were Injured but not seri
ously. Fraley was the only Ash
land man hit and all the others
escaped without Injury.
"Governor Olcott and party,
which included several women,
had watched the gun which burnt
fire a shot a few minutes pre
vious, but fortunately had depart
ed. The Hovernor when Inter
viewed expressed deepest regrets
and extends sympathy to the rel
atives of Fraley.
"L. D. MOWAT."
Captain W. M. Iirlggs also sen)
a telegram last night to Rev. C.
A Edwards of this city apprising
him of the accident and asking
him to notify tko parents of the
)oung man. He also stated he
would wire further information
regarding the conveyance of the
body to his home in Ashland. Mr. . ,, SHOES TO LOOK
Edwards broke the sad news to NICE, III T COST MICH
the bereaved parents, to whom flllCAGO. Women's shoes
the sympatliy ot the entire cuy is )m prettier than ever
extended. ,) jst as expensive as at (;, lVavy, dean of th
naipn rraipy was me youngest present, Frank 1
of Mr. and Mrs. Fraley's fou,r ,,,.,,( Mlu, ilimils j,,,ne Kelailers'
t'oys, an oi wnom Benen men ,,ssm.iation .said in addressing the wealth and the prosperity of many waler wagons plying between the
country during the world war. . organization's annual convention growing industries depends upon water supply in Lewiston and
U:.!tih wan nnionir the first of th i mi : . .i .... . . i....
- " - ni... int; iiiv ill uitTii n Binif till; turner supply, lie Said. 1 u lllibti reii'piiu urn. viii.i-ni in.
1.....C .A ..A n... ft...... A Ul.l.wl OM'II ... ' T
"ul ""'" 'lalso will continue Ingli, Ue said. Iu f0r reforestation policy to ( Mission meet the wagons on
flilisted with the old First com-! m i..Vor declinrd the ussnci- i,,.,.,.. ., ui .......i.- f ii,i... . ,. I, irii, lH.,,riiiL- nans, kellels
proper attention to drainage but
only through arltial demonstra
tion In the growing of one ot
two crops can the climatic condi
tions he gauged. If July, Angus'
and September do not produce
frosts to damage Hie ripening
P'aiils, the next few years, he
:iys, will see Klamath county
Ii ailing the world in mint production.
blue. I has about 1000 women under her ,,,- i,is hearers by his strong force-
Red, Green and violet are t lie '. command. Many .tie st rong worn-j , m,.ts ,,r making slate
colors, ho contended, asserting en of the faclory type, who are'M,ents. which in themselves wert
that" is proven by the fact that eager for excitement and adven ,,,,, ,.tt. Wl,.e presented in a
only a combination of those col-, lure. ! manner to Impress the public ami
! ors will produce white. - The woman couimunder Is in ! ,lak(, t,eiH view ideas from a dif-
Explaining how the colors oier-j charge of all her own transport f,reut angle. This lecture dealt
, tile in restoring health, hu said system ami rolling kitchens and questions social, political, do
that drugs function by disengug-' all fighting equipment except ar-,,e.tic and religious, and the
ing the colors composing them into . tiller.. , S ak,M. thrilb-d his audience with
itho body. Thus a person suffer-1 Additional detachments of worn- ;ts flights of eloquence one inn
ing from miliaria fever takes qui-j en are being formed throughout UCn. while convulsing them with
The blue wave of which 'Poland for defense of the repuh- ,(,,), n. next. Judge Ahlen re-
quinine is. composed, he said, driv-. lie. As soon as their numbers lieved the tension mi the minds of
lug the fever out and curing the ' Justify it, .Mine. Goercz will be,jH audience by not referring lo
patient. .placed in command ot Poland's j ,,, political upheaval with which
Light is as much an element of.arm oi women. the. press is filled at the present
jliiiie, anil which mai'e his address
'all the more appreciated.
: This afternoon will be given
over to the tennis '.ourmiiiieut and
j out of doors recreations in order
to allow the Chautauqua auilitor
I i i; ii-. to be used (or fitting the big
dramatic event fo.' tonight the
f,ar; yellow, mentality: green hu
mility; blue, intuition; violet,
spirituality; magenta, love; lem
on, pride; orange, jealousy; tur
quoise, dignity; indigo, bonevo
lei.ee; jiirple. vone'-alion, scarle',
LEWISTON, Idaioi. With thej
crew working overtime lo relav
water by a pipe line to Clarkston.
FORESTRY DEAN I'RGES
PLANTING OP TIMIIER, Wash., that city is still sul'ferliu
0 R E (1 () N AGHICl'LTl'RAL; fri.m a waler famine. A pipe has WhH0M
COLLEGE, Corvallis I'lantiim' ! n laid across the slate lirnlg.' .
1,0( 0,11110 acres of timber which : ever the Snake river, which pro
will be ready for harvest in tin 'villi's some water for u limited
yens is a problem of great ceo-1 portion of the Washington city.
"'is noniic importance, according lo I.ewiston's water department
houl lias established a line of 50-gul-
Meyer, presi- forestry at the college. . Ion barrels tliroiii'liout Clarkston
The state's gieitesl source of ami Vinelainl, keeping the city
Maurice Players in the famous
drama, "Kindling." which prom
ises to be the leading entertain
ment feature of the Cliaula uqin;
! donna soprano, and Caplain Ar
thur Kachel, who ".'ives the "Mu
sic Master" in the afternoon; al
j together the finest Sunday pro-
gram we have rer had in Ashland.
flee. He received $2.50 bounty
on each scalp, or a total of $880.
The seals were killed along the
coast. This is the largest num
ber of seal scalps received at the
M. C. Reed, who is now in tl.e;cotjr clerk's office at one time; )eH, darkeBed by this frightful , 7. S. Ash 'vs. Medford Really
An excellent start was made
yesterday in the work for chil
dren which is being conducted by
the summer school und the Junior
Chautauqua. Miss Fety enter-
l.ili.nrl Ihn vnTlll L'sl el-H with Stories
und ..me. and Prof. Coon con- fit",e of W"''iR" "i'ecting for gM9 August 1. 1918, when Hun
.i....i ., i.ii.i.0'u i,n.. Ovbi-; Ellison & White, in a letter to J. , ter delivered a total of 359. At
UUllCII I lie ilium-" o -iiJii..
thirty representatives of young j"- H,ller Hay,,: C!",tain Kachel" tl the b",n,y was 3
America were present and had a'1'" is "ow 0,1 tlle clrclllt' Kves, scalp and Hunter was paid $1077.
royal good time but we must he l"e "M,'sic J,uf n""::er,J';
Willi A l-Airlll'lli iilnoi'" ftl f'llU Dt'L't'lir
hnn.lierl in these!'"" " " """W , . n... . .-. ir.nv ... r.
pa ny when they were sent to Fort uUlin pi1,npd ,,, tif(M piofitci'i'
Sltvens iu 1917. He later wentji,,,, a,, ,,, ,,,,,, ,.y ,ax ,,,.,
ovei to France with the 69th regi-,,,,,,, ,,,s r,,(,(.e p.i(,p))
ment and was In that country in' ,
the urniy for six months. Alter!
being discharged f'om service he
hen been working with his father.
Stieet Commissioner C. W. Fra
ley. Willi B company Ralph left
nearly two weeks ago for Camp
(iii Is. Dress Young
Did you ever
notice, how much
y o n n g e r a girl
looks at -Mi than
she does at 1 ii ? (if
course Ibis is mil
true In all rases,
hut if you will
look carefully ami
.observe the young flappers going
Lewis to attend the annual
campnient of the Oregon National phen A. Neyc, et al. Execullon
C.ucrd. Onlv a few duvs remain I Frank D. .Motherland vs. Meda
of what was to the boys a pleas-
indefinilely is a pertinent fact and wash boilers to carry home
necessary for tho protection of waler for family use.
one of the state's greatest assets. City authorities lave laid strict
"Just what lands are valuable in inactions lll.it there he no fires
to I forestry and agrtclllliire stalled, since Hie town is ilepeud-
sliould be ili'li'iniiiuil. It Is cor- ' u chemicals to combat any
tain Unit Oregon li:'s several mil- ' onllagratioii.
lions of acres of ianil not under The crew al the lieadgales on lo and from school, you will of
federal ownership that is suitable Ami ill creek hbve completely re- ten see (lowing veils, earrings, ex
only for the production of limber stored I lie bridges uiriieil mil bv
crops. The federal forestry ser- Hie cloiiilliin si Tuesday and begin
vice through . its Investigations lay nig a new pipe lomorrow. Wa-
Netherland. Suinnions. , proien mai iniios o. wesieru ..i- ... ' .' .
:tpi uitii ('mini v lin nli ru w vleiion and Washington can nio- n. but it will be il hoiiis be-
Jackson County Hank vs. Sle-
utuble vacation, but which l''1 Campbell, et al. Execution. ,Uce a merchantable Douglas fir lure wi can be through ill force. nine.
iigi-eruted style and paint and"
powder to tlfe extreme.
Now don't get angry, girls, for
really you know this is so. 1,
know too. , I was sixteen myself.
! in n period of fiO yours.'
i way. A regular Whitney on
jy.tllO J.pl.U.III JUll I llllll lC.
Whitney last year. Captain Ka-
El'GEN'E. The two sawmills
and al logging ' camps of the
llooth-Kelly Lumber company has
Raul Perira and his j resumed operations after a shut-
classes. Send your children
tlir lower mirk at ! o'clock everv
., .,, , ,.,. rind will aiipear on Sunday after
morning where they will meet Miss, .. ' . . . ..
Vatv mwl hnve the time of their
llveg I string quintet. In the evening , down since July 2, according to
Enrollment iu the school is con-' A,,el Ha'8' t,,e Prima fl'n;l j announcement at the office of the
Bluntly Increasing as people real-1 solm"10' wi" 1,6 ,he leadll,s jeompanji In this city. The camps
lze the worth of the courses ot. trnctlon with Mr. Ferelra and .nd mils were closed down to al
tered. There were several visitors ltt slllng qulmel' 1 ll W ,n8 employes to celebratei
in the Music History and Appre-; 1!omla'V' tl,e n'nI Wfl,Bh I'a,,5'i Incependence day as they pleased,
ciation class who had form rly i S,!lBP,'s' nn,1 Jm,Kfl f!eo' "' Al- and In the meantime repairs have;
den. - been made to the mills anil to the,
; machinery in the logging camps. I
'CONDITION OP ROADS While some of the loggers re-,
Cottage Grovc-Disslon; Open, niclned in the camps above
jColtage Grove to Lund Park. Wendling most ot them came out
I Cottage Grove to Iissto1i. rood.!.,,,, scattered to all parts of the
j Dlsston to Lund Park rough. 1 slate.
Santiam Wagon Road: Open.!
tragedy that has befallen one of; Company. Order.
their comrades. i v B('11 "" v- ,:""'
, , , , , Yost, et al. Execution.
A message was received in Ash-, g,n, .,,.,. vg Rurr Af.
land today at about 2 o'clock r iilavit. Order.
from First Sergeant H. T. Elmoro! Fred Wolff vs. Continental Cas-
I ....1... .... O..I...
stating that a detail with the, " v.,.
body of the unfortunate young Piobnto Court
Ashland man will arrive here m-j justift Smith, guardianship. Re- o'clock in Chaut.iiiqua uiuliloii
morrow morning. Sergeant Kl-jport of sale. mi., also at 8 o'clock. She will
more will he one who will l.ri ,0lcA' E,lloU' 0Ht"10' "'" speak each .il.ernoon at I o'clock
(he body home. It is expected A(,P!t iir-m.t ct ali cuardiiin- liuring Chautauqua. She is a
that funeral serricei will be post-j nip petition. Order. 'woman of rare ability. The pub
poned until the Ashland company jH cordiullv invited.
arrives home,' when a military lu- lte.il Ksjl. Tniiw.fj.rH i
r.e..l w... be held. Ear. J. Km- '? l""l 1' Jks mi ' HA XII FASTEN I'D TO ROD
IMPRESSIVE LEI TIRE
Xn. Mailed, who is here in lie'
'interest of the W. C. T. P. work
iu Chautauqua sessions, gave a
1 very iiituresliug lecture on jine-
i nile delinquency on Monday at I I sii king of Hie Liisilania five years! to her age and unconsciously docs
since the pipe is of wooden staves; The reason for this is a lend
,.ih: has become very dry since lie ency to emulate the older women
iiik unused during the .past week land girls, to grow up loo quickly
of exceptionally hot weather. end by so doing the young sub
deb looses most of her charm--
I'llll.ADKI.I'IIIA A life jark-jtho greatest charm there is. the
i t. silent reminder of lhe tragic 1 charm of youth. She adds years
ago, and hearing a si rand of fad- lhe very thing every woman tries
id Minnie hair, was picked up in to avoid, she makes herself old.
Hi. Deleware river. Ten years later she has inoi"
The name of lhe ship lhe Ger-j sense. She realizes that the
mans torpedoed r.till remained t flowing veil, the French heels and
clear and distinct on the wave-film paint, whisper of maturity unit
beaten canvas, which has been discards fliem for the Ingenue
adrift five years. The Jacket wasi dress hills that would fit little sis
found by two railroad detectives. 1 ter.
Look around at the thousand
no Idea of how interesting such
n study could be and they are;
planning to attend regularly for
the remainder of the session.
A brauch ot the community
chorus Is being formed In Phoe-1
nix where several citizens are en
thusiastically conducting a cum-
paign for membership. The first
rehearsal there will be held at S
o'clock Friduy evening in the1
Fair. Toll-gato chargo for nutos.
LAVA LAKE CLOSES.
Campgrounds. i LEN'D Fish in P.ig Lava Lake, U Uese picnic hall Just north of : county.
Willamette Highway: Eugene ipm. 0f ti,e important trotlt lukes
' r I .. .1 r .. ni..l.n Mnnn I . . n i it..
High school. This chorus-will bo ",B"U" ,l""KC' "-"" :Oi cenirai uregou, are rapi.uy
joined with the Ashland organiza-j f-00'1- Clo,e,1 Permanently. Rig-, disappearing and no more angling
tion for tho final concert. ,,(m to Summit. I will be permitted after August 11
Mr. Chnrle A Kinc has elm - McKenzie Highway: Eugene to i order that restocking with cut-
ley, a brother ot the unfortunate, co,lnty. MARYSVII.I.E, I'u.-During a
young man who was killed, is with Margaret S. Soliss to 0. H. Jen-! severe electrical storm at l.iver-
the encampment at Camp Lewis. ; nings, '" '" ' U'r ,, I lightning struck lhe hand of HELENA. Mont. Miss Hazel , g,.,s , ,e city pvery d.iy.
I M. Vawter'et ill. 'luiiiI In hlk. i:i, : diaries Deckard, placed m Moore, a young girl from Port-: M,.st of these stenographers, typ-
PAXTIIERS LPRK AROI'ND Medford; $50. iron rod, and the baud had to lie land. Or., who is said to have ur-j lstSi clarks and shop girls are
SISKIYOU CO. tow vi jitg Henit Aiming in. in r.eua pned loose, lie was lasen noiii.'
M. Vawter et al, hind lu hlk. 1H, ,.,.. is bund and linn
FORT JONES. The town was . ..'..,. hadlv swollen.
uig iienu .uiiiur. . . .
V. Davis, land in Medford. '
Uig llend Milling Co. lo Etta SHINGLE MILL STARTS
V. Vawter et al, land In Jackson MARSHFIELD. Tim shingle
greatly excited several days ir-o
by the report that two large pan
thers were seen near the Porta
Mattie E. Holmes to Anna II.
Of the boy's recreation hour nt 2 i""- """ '"",lliroai trout may ue sianeu. wis-;
o'clock in the afternon in the . Sl,rl"R ,0 Wilu1-' 1,lnt- eUm"il M Can.e Warden H. McDonald
has announced. The lake was
WEDDING CAKE IX VAI'LT formerly f.ocked with eastern
TIL SCHOOLGIRL WEDS lrook trout, but the instinctive
park. This is free to all and all
the boys of the city are wanted to I
take part In the sports which arej
HPRNS, 'Kan. The Burns Ex-: propensities of this species to fol
cbange Stute Rank has a novel de- ow tne source of running water
GOVERNMENT CAXXOT l ot:it in its vault a 14-pound 11IB resulted in the fish leaving
TRANSPORT RADICALS' wedding cake, to be given the first f through the outlet of the lake.
' member of the Burns High school ' T(le Upper half of Elk lake has
WASHINGTON Five hundred! domestic science class who be
alirni of the 556 ordered deport-, comes a bride,
ed during the first six months ofi The cake Is made of fruit and
this year by the department of 'other ingredients and is the kind
been closed to allow for spnnwing.
ItOl NDARIES MARKED.
Loundiiry lines between Canada i
labor still remain In this country .' that Improves with age. Members and Alaska are to be clearly de-
through inahality of the depart-'of the class made the cake the fined this summer so that miners
ment to obtain transportation for day before school closed. flocking to the new silver strikes!
aliens destined for Russia. j ! ",0 Portland canal country mayi
In a formal announcement As-i PAPER WOOD l ALASKA, .know at all times on which side
gislant Secretary of Labor Post; The national forests in Alaska . of the border they are prospect-'
reported' that 2830 anarchist and ! contain 100.000,000 cords of tim-'lng. I
kindred cases were acted upon by! her suitable for tho manufacture Canadian government engineers;
the department of labor between! el paper, according , to estimates will start north from Prince Ru-
January 1 and June 30. 1020. Of made by the Forest service. Pnder; rert, working along the lines until,
thise 2202 cases were dismissed ra'.eful management these forests j they meet a party of American an-'.
mil 72 ordered lo rreliearing. ! 'ini produce two million cords ofjgineers who are at work south
There were still 45 cases in which j l ulpwood annually for all time, from the Pnuk river. A trail cut
no departmental action had been or enough to manufacture one-j 15 years ago will be cleared and
taken at the close of the fiscal third of the pulp product! now; new cairns and monuments will;
ea, . i ! consumed In the United States. ; bo erected. j
"1 ' '
town. While returning to (' "'- Mnore, n,Hn Ashland
iiniR creek from f ort Jones, Les
lie Allen and Mrs. John Davis, his
slr.ter, encountered the two pan
ther, by the roadside. One was
al least eight feet long. The an
imals were somewhat blinded by
the auto lights and made no at
tempt to run. Mr. Allen secui'd
Charlie Wickens and his boun ls
next morning, but owing to l ie
lapse of time the scent could only
bo traced to Howard Hayes' place,
where they wre seen, and the
quarry had to he given up. It
been many years since a panther
has been seen in this neighborhood.
plant of Hie South mill lias re
He Kept Us Out of Everything
l 'I ',,
J-V- I, VV-. r-l A n J fn.J i. nn'im fiAS
Jpwf,k (saun fr
... u. . new
.t W. f WANl
HIST IIIRTS f'KOPH.
ST. PAI L, M'nn. E. G. (Juaui
mo, president of the federal I. "d
bank here, declares that bh.'k
rust exists in southern Minnesota
und eastern South Dakota and ' in j
some places has done consul' r
oble damage to the wheat crop."
He says there is no rust In Mon
tana. North Dakota and nolle in.
Minnesota. He hu Jiisl conipi' t-
ed an Investigation of crop i m-j
(lit Ions In the norlwest and ie
dlcled It would harvest "one of
the biggest wheat crops in its his
. if i
It . . ; rA W
t , . - n. ne vast us cxir a nux r. .-. v i r,iL
11.-' I.I I . ,1' TW U. . U. V ' .
flCjOIKd VIC Ltiguf Jt WlWPff
- . " ""-r v ----d
AnJ .ll 3 lHimVrnmJ lit
lived here on the I'limpers. dies riirHr ihan they are IS. and
si-' us a soldier, is being held liyjj. vm, ,vi i)serve you will no
il, n sheriff. 1 1 ii-e that the majority wear fl it
Tho girl said she bad started .,.Si Norfolk or tailored suits
out to see the world. She hud jti, severe sailor hats or close
ticket from Portland to MiMsoiit.i ritlhiK turbans. They have In
aim says she too!, the bumpers ; k,,,,p ,,ir precious youth, not
there. Authorities are endeavor- throw it away like tho young
ing to com in ii ii t with relative.)' school girl.
in Portland. . ow don't think I'm n crank
! or want to keep you from having
! ItOSEHI'RG. E. Romeo, a hi- pretty clothes or up to dale mod-
l.ornr emploveil on railroad track els. I don't, but I simply want
, ', ,, ' ..i .....k ....w...... you '""k your very best in tho
work bv the SbatlucK ( onstruc- , . . , . . . ,
l clothes that are most becoming.
lion company near isauora, in uie
, noillieill part of Dougl
I VVeilnesday afternoon
' In have fired two shots Into the
body of Hugh Busby, a fellow
Ju inker, severely wounding him.
das county,! )P L'l j, -'ivjf 0 - '
was alleged ' 0 AttVU
WILL TEACH ALIEN'S.
SAN FRANCISCO Announce-
Romero made his escupe and .nt ,. 8(.hool for Illiterates
pusses started iu pursuit of t.ht9ll( Uon-KuKllnh speakliiR ritizii-i
lir,ltive. The men were said to,,,,,, uliena , , arm). wm .
I.avo quarrel over a gambling ' ))rl,cd t (BIIip i.ews, Wash.
g"M'.. . Tuesday July 20, has been made
by Vlie army recruiting news sei-
! CAN' LOG ALL YEAR. ,
' Work iu the open is possible!
at all times of the year on thej
Ti.nguss national forest, Alaska,.
but logging operation, are not AXfM , j()j
1. 1 it 1 1 o lilt, iu the snort days oi
The pupils will be taught Ilm
English language und other ele
mentary subjects 'Hid. also a trade.
until he has iinuoii!icl his luteii
Ition of becoming a citizen.
RIDDLE GETS PACKING PLANT
RIDDLE. Construction has
started on a new prune processing
and packing plant here.
MICH TIMBER IV ALASKA
Within the last ten years lhe
forrst service has hruugbt abou'
lhe sale of 420.0i0.0i)0 feet of
COQI'ILLE Work on Marsh- timber in the national forests of
field-Coqiiille highway being Alaska, for piling, sawiogs, ana