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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1921
- NO. 39
Five State Measures to Be
Voted on Tuesday, June 7
By Citizens of Oregon
SALEM, Ore.. May 21. Five tat
wide measures, tbree ot them pro
posed amendments to the state con
stitution, and four municipal meas
ures will go betore the voters ot Ore
gon for their approval or rejection
of the special election of Tuesday,
June 7. All were referred by the
' The legislative act fixing the
date for the election provided that
only these measures should be voted
bn at that time. For any county or
other municipality to submit any
other measure on the same date an
"additional special electllon
bave to be called.
be receives the bonus payment."
Women Are Included.
This measure applies either to
males or females who served at
least sixty days. Conscientious ob
jectors and those who served only
as students In training camps are
Third ot the trio of proposed con
stitutional amendments is that em
powering the governor to' veto, the
emergency clause. . ' .
When the emergency clauie Is at
tached to a legislative act, two pur
poses are served. First, the bill be-
would comes effective as a law as soon as
lit is signed by the governor, while
The state-wide measures to be acts not having the emergency clause
Toted .on are: " .!r net effective for 90 days. Sec-
' Constitutional amendment length
ening the duration of the state legis
lature and Increasing the pay of
ond, the use ot the emergency clause
prevents the Invoking ot the refer
endum agulust the measure.
' Charges often bave been made that
Constitutional amendment creat-jthe privilege of using the emerg
ing a world war veterans' state ald.ency clause has been abused to fore-
Extend Veto Right.
" Constitutional amendment enab
ling the governor to veto the emerg
ency clause on legislative measures.
Hygienic marriage examination
and license bill.
The measure lengthening the dur
ation of the state legislature amends
section 29 of article 4 of the consti
tution. It Increases the length of the ses
sion from forty to sixty duys; In
creases the pay of members from 13
to' 15 a day, both for regular and
special sessions; places a limit' on
the period within which bills may be
introduced, with the exception of ap
propriation and defense measures;
places the president of the senate
and the speaker ot the house on the
same pay as other members, elimin
ating the present provision that they
"shall receive an additional com
pensation equal to two-thirds of
their per diem
stall the referendum. As the emerg
ency clause now serves a double pur
pose, It may be said also that the
proposed amendment will serve a
double purpose. .It will prevent tha
clause being used merely to halt the
referendum, and it will prevent the
governor using the caluse as a pre
text for vetoing an entire bill.
The object of the marriage exam
ination and license bill is to stop
the propagation of feeble minded
persons or those otherwise likely to
suffer by inheritance. It provides
that both male and female appli
cants tor marriage licenses shall
submit to examination by competent
physicians to ascertain If they are
afflicted with contagious or com
municable venereal diseases or
whether they are normal mentally.
If both or either tail to pass the ex
amination, the measure would pro-
Ashland Post, No. 14
; Glesus.B. Simpson, Poet Cosansander.
H. Q. Wolcott, Vlee-Commaader.
, Ralph Hadfield, Historian.
W'm. Hulmri, Treasurer.
Donald Spencer, Adjutant and Legion Editor.
t. S. Power Plants Serve
As Models For Italy's
Electric Railway System
By A. BERT FREEMAN
There are several points tbat seem
to be .particularly confusing in the
proposel Bonus Bill.
First, the two periods named, I. e
April 6, 1917 to Nov. 11, 1918, ami
April 6, 1917 to Nov. 11, 1919.
Any applicant for either The cash
bonus or a loan must have served
between -the first two dates, but,
If the applicant elects to take the
cash bonus and wag not discharged
until after Nov. 11, 1918, he will
receive the'115 per month up to the on the whole very satisfactory,
date of his discharge It not later
than Nov. 11. 1919.
Second, the 60 day period for
which no credit is given. Although
not mcntlonal in the constitutional
amendment, the legislative act pro
vides that unless the applicant served
in excess of CO days during the (late
mentioned he will not be entitled to
either u loan or cash bonus.
can do most of the business required maue witnln one vear or 0le ye..
ot teaera, uoaru tarougn tne a.- afler uilchaw ir dil,cuarged aftancaUon of ne. state .
fn,,. whirl, nn th- p..' . .. .. cmiuo oi ner state raiiwojs.
- act eiiecure.
clflc .t ar. located at Seattle, (gec 8) m per
and San Francisco. ; , month
1IL .i. nWUn AAt.1lni ....... .
rvuj .uUl of In active service between April . mission of leading Italian technl
mne me uuww . ... 1911 ana Noveniber 11, 1919, ex-clan. are now traveling in the I'nlte.l
can not ne wen unnerstooa. it is cept the tint 60 days of service,
to be hoped that the Legion will sue-1 Maximum payment 8500.00, with n i
ceed in their effort to cause the com-,ioun privilege.
blnatlon. Loan With no cash bourn privilege.
The writer's experience with the, ... ,, , , "
....,,., . ; (Sec. 10) Maximum loan, $3,
Federal Vocational Board has been!... .
t J Ill-Ill JIUJ.-..T
iu me suite oi uregon owned ny
NEW YORK, May 24. Amer-IRegibus, representing the
lea's hydraulic. - electric plants arelstate railways.
to serve as a model for Italy's gi-t The principal electrical plants hi
gantic undertaking of the electriti- the United States will be visited and
For the purpose of studying the -
principal American installations aalPREsBYTERlA.V JUNIORS
a basis for the Italian project a oom-j ARK DEFEATED AT BAIX
GAME BV BAPTIST TRAM
ahIv nAplnii. HelftV helm elpnreil mil
. i i i. . .V ji i , 'he person securing such
office, mat wouia nave oeen impos-i.
sible with the War Risk Bureau, as;
In the case ot the writer's brother.!
the late Charles Freeman, who, to-J
Italy's decision to electrify her
railways and all Industrial plants
possible, g the result of the first
great economic lesson learned by
Italy during the war.
As absolutely no coal exists in
Italy, she is at the present time the
father, mother, child, ,,ave ot whatever foreign country
hlblt their marriage unless one or
allowance as mem- both were sterilized. If either should
feel the judgment unjust, provision
No ohange Is proposed In the lis made for appeal from the count
limit of duration placed on special clerk's refusal to issue a license, to
sessions or on the mileage allowance the county court, which would cause
ol members. Ian examination of the complaining
person to be made by tbree compe
tent physicians selected by the court.
Their judgment would he final. '
The woman jurors bill la a revi
sion of the Jury law providing that
women are qualified to sit as Jurors.
Further provision is made, however,
Bonus Plan l'p.
The purpose of the world war vet
erans' state aid fund amendment to
' quote the titles "To issue bonds not
to exceed 3 per cent of the assessed
valuation of all property in the state
to raise money to be loaned in
amounts of not more than 84000 or
paid as a bonus of 816 for each
month of active service, but not ex
ceeding $500, to each honorably dis
charged resident of Oregon, who ors Is set forth. It Is provided that
served In the United States army, j In criminal actions in which a minor
.navy or marine corps between April; under II years old is Involved,
?, J 1 7 and November 11, 1918, to! whether as defendant or as complain-
The draft dodgers will hafe to do
some further dodging, nnd very ac
tive dodging, too, as the War De
partment is publishing a twice
checked list of those who "slacked"
by forwarding to postmasters, police
officials and newspapers the list for
that local draft board, and to. tho
state department of the American
Legion will be sent the lists for the
whole state for the benefit of the dif
As a draft dodger is an army de
serter, there is a standing reward ot.
850 for his arrest mid delivery. No
ex-service man would need the stim
ulus of a reward, though, to bring
to justice a mun who deliberately
shirked bis duty In time of need but
Ib still willing to accept the protec
tion given by tho sacrifices of
Every individual, whether they
were In the service or not should pe
ruse their local list to see if they
can give an assistance in the location
of' the traitors.
tally and permanently disabled bv;
tuberculosis, contracted in Frnace.,!
had mouths ot delay In transacting
his business with the War Risk Bu
reau, and only through the effort
of the Red Cross, Senator Chamber
lain and Representative Hawley,
was hlg allottment from his pay and
the government allowance ever pro
cured for the waiting dependents
Such cases are far too numerous an
It can bardly be expected that, after
giving his health, a disabled mini
should have to batUe the red lapoi
of net appraised value of property
as determined by board of three local
appraisers to be appointed for ouch
order named." aIy country, such in France, Eng-
Loan shall not exceel 75 per cenlilaml or Germany, that caved to cut
off Italy coul supply could reduce
her to subjection In a few weeks
without firing a single gun. The ef
fect on Italy's finances of being
State loan to be a first inortgnge!oblKei1 t" buy cool abroad Is equally
on property subject only to lien 0f I (Ilsa8lrou" especially on her ex
change Hence Italy s decision to
establish at the earliest moment pos
sible her economic independence bv
the transformation of her almost un-
or ouarterlv Installments rennvlmr "miieu nyoraunc pnssi lies into
6 per cent per year of amount 'bor-julec,rlcal energy.
roved The first project for the eleetri
special Improvements, assessments
or drainage or irrigation district
liens. Interest charged, 4 per cent.
Repayment in annual, semi-annual
By HOMER BILLINGS
The Presbyterian Juniors came out
this morning to show the Baptist
Juniors how to play ball but when
Ithe ninth Inning was-over, tho Bap
tists not only had the game but the
satisfaction ot breaking up the Pres
byterian idea ot winning all tho
time. The Presbyterian, team was
strong In the early part ot the gumo
but the Baptists begau to. get their
wind about the eighth Inning an. I
Jumped from 10 to 16 in hurry, the
final score being 10 to 15. This is
the first game ot the series fuat tho
Presbyterians have lost. The stand
ing of the teams to date Is as follows:
Teams finnies Played Won
Detailed plan to be worked out bv!rlcalio" of '' railways pro-
....n,!,,!.. i- i0 i , vines for six thousand kilometers.
Of a far away Office, to obtain What,, .. .. " ., ! la a mallei- if Net the meat hulk
, . i j i. i i. ... .'less than 10 nor mom than 30 yearr;' a malIer or '" R'0llt '
of the railways in norttiern Italy are
already eluctrtctied and the carry
he dearly paid for. It is honed t lint i
Bureaucratic Inefficiency, if not! S- H ) In event of ssle . of
. x ... i . ... . ' innrtf?:iirfw1 iirmiartv in plvlllnn tv
eiinunnieu, win do greatly lessencJ, " " .,, t f t b program prac
. enrnni-alinn lonn tiiiint ha rpriimeil t. n '
oy me coiisomiauon or tne turee -- ---- - . . itlcally the entire state system he-
bureaus and the decentralization of 1 """".
their authority. jierest rate snail raise to e per ceir,
and principal must he paid off with
u years from date of such sale.
The body of Philip S. Trefr.-u nV
(Sec. . 22)
yond the menace of any fnrelKii coal
The mission which will study the
American hydraulic Installations and
provide a rule for making advances
ou real property for building.
jKptions or Modification.
I which will spend several months
hare Is composed of Engineering
li'rnfesor Culilo Kcmenza of Milan as
! chief of the mission; Engineer Pro-
tlils city who gave his life for hu
manlty is expected to arrive from
France In about two weeks. There
will be a nubile niilitarv fnnerul um
everyone, especially Legioualrres'. i' " " ""'K''1'" ',"U(" ki fssor (lian fiiacomo l'onli of Milan;
should pay their respects t. one rfor a CH' M"re '"""" jMarchcse Ferdlnando Cnsi.nl Cou-
Ashland's heroes. I""""" -"......." ..rcmi.- fuone,, of Milan; Engineer Com-
,live, uregon will not pay any cash , m(,m,,l((iro (Hnre R,a,.,dl, colonel
of engineers and director of trans-
inec. 1 1 narrin
Aiutlysi ot PimikishI CoiiHiitntloii.
the fllO federal'
Don't forget to see if you can lo-,l Amendment IWidlng for (W. bomlg Hmt(y u),0..,1 ,
cate some deserter.
Bonus or Ixmn to Oregon Kx-Swlcc
of any extra compensation you may
porlation of the Italian general staff
Engineer ('nminendtilnre Curaio de
ing witness, at least half the Jurors;
shall bo women. The municipal j
measures referred by the legislature!
are salary bill iu Wallowa county,
a salary bill In Umatilla county, n
salary bill affecting the justice of
the peace in The Dalles district .of
Wasco tsounty, and the Port of Port
land organization bill.
levy an additional annual tax ot 2
mill to pay principal and Interest of
audi bonds; anr ratifying correlative
The "correlative enactmen ts"
memtioned refers to an act passed
by the 1921 legislature providing
that each qualified veteran of the
-world war may borrow from the state
up to 83000, or may receive a cash
bonus of T15 a month for the time
for luck. of funds should the pro
posed constitutional amendment fall
to as. While the constitutional
amendment authorizes loans in
amounts op to 84000, the act passed' - .
by tho legislature fixe, the minimum! foowl rt r lne Pa.
oan at 8 000. therefore 83000 would elfIe blgbwty maile t0 9tttte
be he largest amount a veteran, nl(?bay C0mmlR8lon oy K. E. Hodg
could borrow. --man. district engineer, located at
Veterans taking loans pay the 1 Mrdford
state 4 per cent Interest. The afflr-j RoMbur(! t0 Dillard, 9 miles; pav
matlve argument in the voters' lng. road kept oppn,
pamphlet offers this information; mlari t0 Myrtle Creek, 14 miles;
about loans: paved
Payment Provided. Myrtle Creek t0 Cunvonville, 10
"The loan must be made upon real miie.; grading; good detour via
estate security and shall not exceed ' Riddle.
75 per cent of the appraised valua
i nave received iroin any source on nc- .
In regard to the proposed consoll-j WIo Kllgible . (J. exceptions for comit military or naval service nirai 1)6111011 DOWefS
dation of the Public Health Service modiricatlons or tins.) :b(J (u(ueted from the cash bonus
the Bureau of War Risk Insurance (Sec. 3.) Resident of Oregon -it j received from Oregon. If you ro-1
and the Federal Vocational Boarl time of entry into service who served jceived more money from suclil
' . . ' I the Writer IB firmly Of the OUillion. ill excess Of GO davu hetween Anrll anorce III. in Hie I nl ii I nninnlit nt Hie!
mat in outy snail he optional witn , ., , .
rwim hi. n.ii n.i annas nH Ihned I. 1 f. I " ....J V.. 1. . , nil ! r . . i
the woman. The amendment changes! , . ' ' " "' uu" " ' w minus ... gn ,,. oonus iron.
thfl word "male" to "persond"! caucmvh b.i ici-jnnU wnu nun nunvrnu.y uiHciiHrBwUi ; urpgun. i ma nctes nm msmr ynu
wherever th. method nf rnnm, inr. W,lUy known' 11 wou,d 1,9 otr Pt furloughed to reserve; j from the loan, however.
D - - ; n.u,n..Klu knn..rll lA I. M JI...I.I..I .... .... . ,n ... . .. ....
luniiiuiiuio ucuhl iu inn uivnuicu i wnose sen ice was uui coiiiiiieo id i inec. o . iiiisiianil, who, Cllilil,(
man to be able to transact all h;sS. A. T. C. or who .was not a con-' mother or father, dependent slsterj
business through one office Instead ! scientious objector. 'or brother, in order named, entitled
of three. The Federal Vocational Cash Bonus !to bonus coming to decelsed service
!Board has so far improved that one! (Sec. 6) Application must he 'man or woman.
V-FS l-T J J 1 i
s oi ill i niontu lor tne timei
at Inservlce. but not to exeeed! RCDOft M3(jC Of!
. This act would be ineffective' '
Northwest Follows Program
For Fire Protection Week
Tourists Urged To Prevent Fires
C. OF C. RECEIVES
Thejuitlre week which opened yes-
. terdny will be devoted lo forest pa
ction work, following proclama
tions by President .Harding and gov
ernors of the various states. Par
ticular attention will bs gWen to
the observance of the week In the
northwest, according to - announce
ment ot the local forest service head
quarters. J '
special appeals nave been pro
tection week, May 22 o 28, re
cently proclaimed by President llurd-
ing. In this letter Mr. Wallace urges;
The Ashland Chamber
. , iiii-i.n in ivii-iiiiik iiit.it
IIia DAVAvnuN In uui filini.f thlu watit . '
, , . . ,, . from Middle West tour sts who con-
for the purpose of such educational , ,
, , , ., , . ,, templaie vis ting this c ty in t lie
and instructive exercises as shall. . . . , .
. , ' .. i , . . , course of park lo park motoring
bring tp the people tho serious ef-. .....
, . ... .... tours planned for the summer, ac-
fects of the present unnecessary' ,.....
cording to John II. Fu ler. secretary
waste by forest fires. ..,... . '
... ..i i. .. of the locn Chitmber of Commerce
Pour of Hve Hies Avoidable. ,
. , iThese Inquiries, Mr, Fuller stole,
Human agencies, statistics show, ... .
, , ... :are the direct results of nn adver-
iL'ara faunnnullil. Inr ul.n.il fill nn. .
pared to Interest tourists, sportsmen, , cent of the 160.000 forest fires which :"8lnB and MMty 1)ro,!l';",, b""lf!
and camners In tnkinar nroiier nre.1 a i i-.,i,.i o carried out In the eastern slates by
- VWUilCU 111 III' "IKU llUlv.B UUI n t r i i s-s 1 in
caution, with camp fires, matchea tag th. pas v, yfiarfr, anil collId the N-'ional Park-to-Park Highway
nnd smoking while in the forests have been prevented by care .nd,'"" ta . , .
during the coming fire season. Four-Uiguance 0n the part ot citizen,. iBi, M,r Pu"" U "' ipt of a le -minute
.nnnlrer. will nre.n ! ......,. i. ., j . i tor from Warren M. tenner, of Al-
- "i i- uuiiuion lo kiowihk iimuer nun Bet-'. .
Canvonvllle to Giasville. 11 miles: es on forest nrntecrlnn ni nmMiiJ ...... . .i.... a , lentown, ra., asking for literature
tion of the real estate The real es- macadamized; road good. ly all of the civic club luncheons! sometime, a heavy loss of life. ., '"i" ,0 of '"'"ff' Ub0U'
tate need not necessarily belong to j Oalesvllle to Wolf Creek, 14 miles; ion the larger cities of Oregon and!ln the great Minnesota fire of 1918 iABnIand' ad rond ""'" lr
the soldier, but may be owned by (macadamized: road good. Washlneton du'rln. th. wee. .-. .nan ' paratory to vlsillng this city some-
i!!.",,"' 'a,he.r 0r Z"1 "",d,l WoU Crek t0 0rave Cwk !etrvice motion picture reels iiaveleither burned to death or suffocated. 'lme .''r'". '!!e.uUm,m"r- ,Mr' K"'
Ih'ntoii Boweiv, noil knoHil
Asliliiml pioneer, died Sal unlay
evening h( ft o'clock at IiIn home
miiir tlio old stale noinnil mi'IkmiI
of this illy. Mr. Boners died at
tho age of U!i as a ivmiiU of u para
lytic utiiiko uhich he miffei-eil
TucsiUty iiioiiiiiig of lost niN-k.
Mr. Bowei's ii'iniiliul in nn uncoil
scloim state bIiico Unit tluio un
til IiIn (Until. IIomh for Ills re
cover)' wvrv enti-rlaiiKsl by the at
tending physician until Hntimlay,
Mr. Bov4trs was1 i'imii tel as fail
ing on Friday and from ttuit lime
on failed lo rally.
Benton IIouti'M was born In
forvnllU, Or'., on H'ptenibr 5,
18.1(1, anil is well known In tikis
state. Ho has hail nn eventful
career, ha been ik nieinber of trie
Texas Hanger several jenin ago
nnd was fM' n long time deputy
sheriff of Jackson county. He In
survived by four sons, Martin
Dowers of (lolil Hill, Benton How
era Jr., .luniiti and Itnymond Bow
ers of this city; u nister Mi-s. .Mar
tini Kredi'i'lck, of AnIiIiiihI, nnd Irn
Bowers, now living In Mexico.
The body was taken to tho
Bodge I'nderlaklng Parlors and
arrangements iiiadn for Uie funeral
to be held froiii the Klk's Touiple
nt :l o'clock toinorroiv uftornnon.
Hon. II. F. Miilkey, of Poilliinil,
fomier iii ililcni' of the Southern
Oregon Voiinal School, will de
liver th fiinernl mtvIitm. Mr.
Pres. . .
C - C ..
Coldwoil and 1..
IAI TO t'O.VXWT 1M.1.MOMI
AMI KM Kit I.AKK
KOSEHI RC, May 21. Forest Su
pervisor V. F. ltanisdell has received
word to the effect that an agree
ment has been entered intu by the
forest service ami tho national park
service, which will make, possible a
road between Diamond lake nnd
Crater lake this summer. This Is n
road which will make Diamond lake
au equally popular place with Crater
hike, and will allow visitors to reach
both scenic attractions by auto, it
will lie open, according to 'present
plans, about the first of August. The
section of rosd from Crater lake to
the pink boundary will be construct
ed by the park service and the sec
tion from the boundary to Diamond
lake will he built by the forest ser
vice. ..... -...i,
This is a project on which the
forest service has been working for
many years, according to Mr. Rnms
dell. The road will be about 12
miles long and will lead directly
from the north rim of Crater lake to
the west side of Diamond lake. It
will be constructed across the pumice
desert and little work Is necessary
to get It into shape. The resert Is
quite level, with the exception pf
the grade leading up' to the rim of
the crater, and the hardest part of
the construction will be that of clear
ing tho other growth so that travel
111 be possible. The surface Is
fairly smooth and with little work
can be put iu good shape tor auto
travel. The climb from the desert
to the rim of the crater Is a hoot
The new road will shorten the
traveling distance between the two
lakes about 20 miles and will elimi
nate the bad grades which now exist
in the roads being used. There are
now two roads over which one can
travel to get to Diamond lake. One
Is to go from Crater lake to Kirk,
a point a few miles north of Fmt
Klamath, and then turn bark to the
other lake. The other route leads
from Crater luko to I'ulon creek and
then up the extension of the John
Day roud. The cut-off road to be
built will be fully 20 miles shorter
and on an easy grade, whereas the
present roads have a number of bad
grades to be negotiated. The new
route connect" up with the newly
constructed driveway around the
rim of the crater and will doublets
be greatly used by tourists. Mr.
Rnmsdell states that the forest ser
vice will make arrangements for the
hrother or sister. The borrower miles; paved,
must repay the loan in Installments
of 6 per cent per annum. Ot this
per cent on the unpaid principal
'-applies as Interest and the balance
applies in payment or the rlncipal.
This method will repay Interest and
principal entirely in 28 years, al
though the veteran may pay up his
debt to the stale sooner If he de-
Relative to the bonus the argu
"Application for the bonus must
be made within one .year from the
date the act became effective. The
first 80 days ot service.
Relative to the bonus, the argu
ment' explain, that "the bonus pe
riod is extended to November 11,
1919, one year after signing the
armistice, because It was many
month, after the ending of actual
hostilities before the men overseas
could be returned to the United
States, and It was considered lo be
fair to Include the time served by
each man up to the date of his actual
discharge, In the period for whioo
'been distributed- for -use in the This Forest Protection Week
ler states that the letter is an ex-
Grave Creek to Grants Pass. 18 -client. ! th. t.n .... -.i . '..,'. ... '. ample of many that are veing re-.
, ....... .,.... .., icuii juoveineni uiiciiiiiieu ou me racinc. .... ... ... r. .
miles; being macadamized: detour amount of printed matter dealingl coast in 1920. was nroclaimed hv '"' """J.".
via Merlin. with ih. .hi.. i,. k j,...,,... ' . .. . these national campaigns, .Mr. l- .11-
Mnlkey U i former district alloc
ney of JmkMin county ,) i well ; ac(,om ,,,(( of Clira a, Diamond
lake, and it is believed that it will
become an attraction only slightly
secondary to Crater lake.
known iiitlii s city.
At ii Inter date the Tidings
hope to publish it complete life
s"kcci f Mr. Bowers career.
I with the subject has been distribute number of sovernors in the went.
Grant. Pass to Rock Point arcb, Vd. jand -ell(.r.,,y observed by cltisetis
II miles- paved. Outdoor clubs. are taking the lead of various states.
KOCK Point arch-Gold Hill, two. in their cities In presenting the firei :
miles; grading; road good- detour. I protection campafgp. Window dis-!
Gold Hill to Medford. 14 miles; . piay. will be placed In hardware and! ii eU-tnA f.'ipl
ler states, tourists travel Is increas
ing constantly and Ashland Is l-nmhiiHi)i) fin
onmtnir Mini, a Hvm-t Ut.,1 In r,.!.-n Wl II III 1 1 I . t Vll
Medford to Ashland, IS (miles-;
Ashland to California line, ii
miles; paved except ti miles; kept
open and good.
sporting goods stores. The basic i
principles of forest protection will
be featured in many of the advertise-1
ments ot concern, who have volun
teered to assist the forest service In
giving the widest possible publicity!
to forest protection work. I
Road Contractor Race- j
A friendly nice is on between:
ISchell t Calvert, working on the I'a-,
Kenosha Wis cl"c higuwa' Kap ue,w-en (:iid 1,1,1 ,n Ruigin
' and Foots . Creok and Oscar Huber, palgn met
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hunt of Berke
ley, Culif., were Ashland visitors to
day. Mr. Hunt Is manager of th
bond department of the Anglo-Cal-Ifornla
Trust company of San Fran
The prayer meeting committee of lyare For Portland-
Lewis Rrangclist cam- Dr. C. T. Tilton and family leave
palgn met in the Presbyterian i In the morning bu atito for a threw
in doting up the missing links he- church today at i p. in. to arrange weeks trip, extending as far as Port-
Word was received here today of tween Ashland and the California for cottage prayer meetincs dnrln. land, visiting on theway at Mon-
nnptist Have Grants Paaa Orrliesrra ! Forest fires during the five year, the marriage of Miss Helen Walker line. The present state of wet weath- the campaign. Some one hnndred mouth and Dallas.
The Applehoff orchestra of 'ending' 1920 devastated an area, of this city to Nornian E. Mark, a er is to a great extent holding both meetings will he held. Mrs. John W
Grants Pass played at the Baptist jmuch greater in extent than that oc- narsl officer of Mt. Clements, Mleii., of the "high contracting parties" In Hoyt, 582 Allison street Is the gen- Thro Monllw (luting Trip
church yesterday evening in com
binatlon with the Baptist and Pres
byterian choirs and archestras of
that city and ot the Baptist church
here. F. H. Applehoff, director of
the orchestra, Is a well known former
Ashland man and his appearance
here was much heralded by members
of tho congregation ot the .Baptist
church In this city..
eupied by the New Englsnd states at Kenosha, Wis. The wedding took ! leash. Earlier In the season.aH were1 era! chalrmsn. Other members of Mr. and Mrs. Olof Lindstrom. Mis
and occasioned a loss of more than j place at the home ot Mr. Mack's anguine that the jobs would be fin- the committee are: Miss C. Moore- Mary Attridge and Mrs. M. E. Gray,
$85,000,000. Because the destrnc-jaunt, Mrs. Edith B. Holt. The ,ished on or before July 1, the event j house. Mesdames H. B. Plu mmer. M. all of Ashland, left this morning by
tion of our forests by fire spells dl-j bride was dressed in kitten's ear sat- to be- celebrated In a manner befit- Roslorigh. O. H. Way, W. A. auto on a threo months outing trip
aster unless the rate 'of burning la 'in of seashetl blue and corsage. tlng the occasion. Cooper. If. O. Butterfleld. H. A. east to Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Ther
materially checked, Henry C. Wal-j The couple will sail for England j Spencer, E. J. VanRant. C. W. expect to go through Yellowstone
lace. Secretary of Agriculture, has soon on their honeymoon. TheXew Oork 'Hammond. O. F. Carson, 3. M. Park, and visit with relstives In sv-
written the governor, of all states bride was well known In Ashland Glenn Inman Is a recent addition Ross, C. F. Koehler, A. Engle, J. , eral different states. Tby will re
requesting their co-operation In the and wa. prominent In church sad .to the sales force at Holmes groceryv. Wright, L. L. Hedrlck, Lesvlt. turn by wsy of Long Beach and
nation-wide observance of forest pro-i social circle, of this city. store. Patrick, Tho. Bryant. other citle. In California.
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