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Wednesday. July 18, 1021
ABHLA.VD WEEKLY TIDINGS
Local and Personal
Miss Evelyn Dwe, of Med ford, wan
an Ashland visitor yesterday.
Returns to Sucramento
Percy O. Elder, who has been vis
iting bis mother, Mrs. Ida Elder, 220
Harrison street, for the past week,
left yesterday (or his home in Sacra
Upturns from Siilem
Mrs. Anna Kent, manager of 'lie
Columbia hotel, and daughter, hois,
returned yesterday evening by auto
from Salem, where they had been
visiting Mrs. Kent's daughter, Mrs.
J. L. Sneed. They stopped at Drain
on their way home, visiting with rela
tives at that place. Mrs. Kent re
ports that the highway is in very
Return from Crater Luke
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gill, 355
Scenic Drtve, Mrs. L. Neher, Mrs.
C. E. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Balis, Morton street, re
turned yesterday from a three day
x outing trip at Crater Lake. Mrs.
Neher, mother of Mrs. Gill, left for
Jier home In Oakland, Calif., this
morning. Mrs. Johnson, sinter of
Mr. Gill, left this morning for her
home in Yreka, Calif. Mrs. Gill and
children, Lawrence and Nancy Lee.
will leave tomorrow for Oakland
where they visit Mrs. GUI's mother.
Leave for Eastern Oregon
"Bo" Carlton and Leslie Heer left
yesterday in company with ::Bo's"
mother, Mrs. Carlton, for the lat
ter's ranch In Eastern Oregon where
the boys will work during the sum
J. W. Met toy mill Family Return
J. W. McCoy, cashier of the First
National Bunk, and family returned
yesterday evening by auto from Ala
meda, Calif. The funi'ly had been
visiting friends at Alameda and otli
er California citleK. Mr. McCoy re
turn from a three weeks trip. Mrs.
McCoy and children, Margaret and
Prances, were visiting at Alameda
for about six weeks. They report a
very pleasant trip.
I'ormer Resilient Visits
I.. I'. Orr, of Oaklund, Calif., and
brother, Gule Orr, of Yreka, Calif.,
passed through the city this morn
ing on their return from a few days
vUit at Roseburg. L. P. Orr was a
former Ashland business man.
Visitors hi C. I.. Palmer Home
Mrs. Perry Reedy and son, Rod
ney, of Wheatland, Calif., arrived in
Ashland last evening to visit Mrs. C.
I.. Palmer, 462 Allison street, and
also visit old friends in Medford
While here Mrs. Reedy will can some
of the cherries that Ashland is fam
ous for producing.
Roy Dumn lit KIjihiiiIIi Kail
The eight-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. De Lap, Klamath Palls,
and Dean Griffith, aged three, who
were drowned recently in the Klam
ath cn.mil near the George Grlzzbe
ranch, are relatives of Mm. Ezra Day,
Ohio street, of this city.
Deputy Sheriff Resigns .
Deputy Sheriff Jack Schrader, who
has been connected with the sher
iff's office in Jackson county since
1919, operating from the police of
fice of this city, resigned from office
Wednesday of this week. He gave
as a reason that he "didn't like the
way some things were being run."
He was called to Roseburg on busi
Returns from Willamette Valley
Mrs. W. T. Cochran, 298 Avery
street, has returned from a . two
weeks visit with relatives In Willam
ette valley. Mrs. Cochran's neice.
Miss Robert Fry. Is visiting at the
Cochran home. Fred Louis Cochran.,
of Oakland, Calif., is Wilting the
Columbia Hotel Arrivals
The following guests registered at
the Columbia hotel yesterday: Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Rice, Mr. and Mn.
A. O. Thomas, Cottonwood, Calif.;
Wm. F. Martin and family, Monta
gue, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S.
Ford, KTamath Falls; Mr. and Mrs.
George Neslon and daughter, Gettes
' ville, Calif.; Mrs. S. R. Stanley, Horn
brook, Calif.; E. A. OUbejrt, Los
Hotel Austin Arrivals
' The following stopped at the Hotel
Austin yesterday: S. A. Richards.
Willamette; Mrs. L. E. Emery.
Klamath Falls; C. B. Watson, Cold
Hill; R. W. Conwell. Los Angeles:
A. 1. Jaewick, Edwin G. Curtis. Port
land; Mrs. A. R. James, Dansvllle,
N. Y.; R. L- Miller, San Diego; Major
W. Smith, Long Beach, Calif.: Mrs.
B. R. Sullivan, Dunsmuir, Calif.; Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Thompson, Oakland,
Calif: Oscar P. Isensee. Chicago; Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Sober. Mr. and Mrs
Norman. Miss Mildred Eddie. Yreka,
Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McDon
ald. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mitchell.
Dorrls. Calif.; E. H. Helms. Jack
Roval Anne Shipped East
Nearly 300 tons of Royal Anne
cherries have been shipped to east
ern points by the Oregon Growers
fy .1... aaDwlatlnn Dill to till
perishability of th:i variety of cber-j
ry l It not usually shipped to (ar
eastern points in large quantities,
but all early reports indicate that
the cherries went through In unus
ually good shape. Iu addition to
these over 100 tons of black cber -
riei have been shlnDed.
Cherries Bring Mliipped
All of the black cherries of the
growers la Western Oregon, with the
exception of those processed by thojthe summer, as a relief from climatic
Oregon Canning company at New-j conditions prevailing iu Texas. Capl.
berg, are being shipped green to alljMooro is at Pueblo, Colo., temporar
parts of tbe Northwest. There hasilly attending to relief measures lr.
been a strong demand for these cher-j behalf of flood sufferers, government
rles, which have been packed in speald being necessary,
clul 20-podnd boxes. ,
Glunu Williams Improving
The many friends of Glenn Wll
llama will be glad to hear that he Is!
Improving from his recent Illness.
Went her for the Week
The weather forecast for the en
suing week in Southern Oregon Is
"generally fair with the temperature
near normal," according to the pre
diction of the weather bureau at
Washington, D. C.
Returns to Washington
N. W. McGee, who has been visit
ing at the home of his nephew, J. H.
it - - t ii
Columbia llotwl Arrivals I
New arrival's at the Columbia ho-j
tel are: C. E. Westln, Grants Pass,
R. C. Hartley, Siskiyou; Mrs. Heu
beil Smith, Margaret Smith, Grants
Pass; James J. Kennedy and fam
ily, Chlco, Calif.
Return to Kaiu-h Home
Mrs. J. E. Roberts and daughter,
who have been i Ashland tho past
veek attending the Southern Oregon
Chautauqua, returned yesterday to
their ranch home between Talent
Seattle Klka Entertained j
Sentila Film nn the'r wav to Hip i '
aici.ee, leu yesieruay tor ins nome.her Kthel Kelleher. Wenatchee,
In Pullman, Wash. t WaRh.; S. A. Danford, Eugene; 8. C.
rJlks convention at Los Angeles were. " " n-.. ":'
received by a delegation of local Elks !nee'l general by way of developing
at the Southern Pacific depot during, "dmol and church nctl1t:cs. -1-;
tlte short train time stop of the
northern city's lodge inembem Rat-
urday afternoon. Their reception
here followed a similar one accorded
them !ti Medford by the Elks of that
1'Miing nt JennyCreek i
.1. II. McGee and family spent Siin-j
day nn a fishing exped'tion to Jenny j
creek, where they enjoyed a picnic I
dinner and returned home Into in
Copco Dam Fishing Party-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Micks, Mlssesl
Ernesteen Hicks and ltutli Ostium,
and Thomas Mooro spent yesterday
fishing nt Copco dam, at the Cali-
foruia-Oregon power plant on
Leave for Vacation
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.nr. hiiu ir. n. o. nun nun ieui"-
yesterday on a week's vacation iisii-:
Ing trip on the Rogue river. They,
will spend a few days lit Rogue Elk j
and later drive on to Crater Lake. ;
liiiikeovliiir fmm IllneNs .
Miss Grace Hogue has been iiilt"(
III wnn niooa poisoning, nui was nn-,
proved this morning.
Kami Bureau Plan P'cnic ;
Farm Bureau representatives have;
been in town the past week, ptnii-j
nlng a farmers' picnic to be held;
in Ashland parks on Saturday, July'
23. The annual event Is lield among j
county precincts in rotation. Last :
year at Medford, this year nt Ash-jher
land, and next season Talent Is in: laws of the local affiliation, wlth
posed. I lrawlng his membersh p ill 1880. He
j is also a charter member of the
Look'tig for Location i
J. C. Whitaker, from New Mexi
co, but heretofore a resident of Ore-,
gon In the vicinity of Portland, Is in
Ashland on the lookout for a locu
tion in which to establish a new
On Camping Tril
George W. Dunn and family have
gone on an extended camping trip,
the outing leading up Into northern
and western Oregon sections for a
stay which will last several weeks. from the government his "diploma"
A caretaker is In charge of the old j of service. The official certificate
familiar homstead premises on Oran- ! Ix22 inches, and announces I! at
e street .during their absence. "Columbia gives to her son the itin
4 4 . I lade of the new chivalry of hitmnn-
Moves to Btrickfuden Property j Uy." awl further announces that the
J. L. Harner has moved into the: recipient of this award "served with
Strlckfaden property, which lie pur-i honor In the worlc war and was
chased some time ago upon which j wounded in action." The ci.tlflcate
he hag made extensive Improvements, j Is signed by Woodriw W'lu.n, presi
At the time of Its erection it was 1 dent. This certificate U supihe
consldered one of the most Impos-j mented by a bronze medal made from
Ing residences In Ashland. Ideally! captured German cannon, and an
located on Almond street heights. American Legion service pin-.
The Krope property which Mr. Har-
ner vaacted and also owns, has been ! H..I"K Without Lice.,
rented to Mr. Short, the new pur-! A. D. Ogden, whose home Is said
chaser of the East fl'de Pharmacy, j to be at Ashland, upon his plea of
I guilty ln Justice Taylor's court to
Lake of tho Woods Vacationers l hunting without a license in the Bv
The families of Waldo Klum.lan. creek section 0:1 July 4th. was
George Gillette and Torb Sanford fined $25 and costs. . The uirest wus
have Joined the Lake of the Woods' made by George K. lliiiicnift. the
colony for the summer vacation pe- deputy game wardeu In Josephine
rlod, and are occupying summer cot- county. Medford Mall-Tr'bune.
tages at that resort. Quite a num-t
ber of other families will Join them j Jaekson Coiinlxn Wmre of l-alr Piind
Jater on as July usuallv witnesses!
the crest of tourist emigration to
!.- i. L-i..i.
Utt Friday afternoon Mrs. Lou . twentieth of a mill on the I .x .ble!
Case and Mrs W. K. Day were host- j property In the state this year ag-!
esses at the home of the latter to a,gregates $48,730.87. It is apivr-
company of friends at a 6 o'clock, tioned among tbe couutii-f iu am mnt
tea. Tbe guests Included Mesdames
Martha Barron, Mary Dunn, Ellen
Wagner, Eugenia Atkinson, Margar
et Applegate, Elizabeth Van Sant,
: and Sadie Boslough.
j ' . ' . .'. t
i Return- From Texas
Mrs. Anna McCarthy Moore, w fe
of Captain Frank Moore, of the reg
ular army, stationed at Camp Tra
vis, Sun Antauio, Texas, is home for
; Hefuwn to Tell On Assailant
William Carpenter who was niys
terlously wounded in the chest while
workllg at a well on a homestead !
nriff ti Creek district three1
weeks ago, was discharged from the
Sacred Heart hosnltal Fridav. Car-
penter has steadfastly refused to
name his assailant, claiming ho does
not know, though the gun was held
so close It left powder burns on his
shirt. The bullet just missed his
lung. Medford Mall-Trihune.
Hotel Austin Arrivals
Ouct8 who Btopned nt thft Hotel
Austin yesterday aje: Mm. CharleK
,.,u....k ,.... i i... ivn-J
Dill itu il, bnittiurn, .iaiv-iin rvcuc -
Sutherland, J. Feldman, O. W. Mor -
gan, Portland; Mrs. Byron, San!
Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Orable.
Hornhrook, Calif.; E. Jones and
wife, Los Aneles, Calif.: I). J. Jack
son, Fort Klamath; Dr. Manuel; Texas isitor
Sternhelm, on Chautauqua program, Mr.. Frank Moore, of San An
Bostoii. Mass.; S. H. Rill, Oakland, I 'onl- Texas' ' v t.ltl.ng her mother,
Calif.; W. D. Coburn, H. A. I'hly, ' - McCarthy, on North Main
Rnsnhnre street, during the summer months.
Entertains Missionary Society
Miss Agnes Danford, returned
teacher from Alaska, where she lias-j
been employed for years past, af-
forded the W'omen's Missionary siv
c!ety of tue Methodist church proc-
tlcal Illustrations of educational work
.Cora van fossen was iiostess to mis
gathering last Friday, at her home
1 0''" Milin ,ree,
' THVRSIIAT'H NEWS
! Wedding Invitations havo bein re
ceived b) friends hers tutu juncing
the marriage of Miss Anna liemoUa
Harris, former Ashland school learh-
' er, to Emll P. Schaariiiann. at Rock
Island, 111. Mrs. Harris .'s '.lie daugh
ter of Mr. and .Mrs. George T. Har
1 rls ot Champaign, 111., where she has
been residing since leaving tins -:iv
about five vears ago As Miss llav-
lis she war former music teacher;
for all Ashland schools .luring lfll'i-i
.U ,r,n ,...... .... ..
A. C. Knapp, until recently a part-;
!,.. In llA lluabf Criu'drv ut tii-untri.
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:n ...nn..tAHl Aul,
' '. " i' m"1"1" " """ i
land about July 15th. The grocer j
term idea is something new here.f01. vlK)t wUl be,. HUn(
but is very much iu evidence undj
popular iu Southern California. The ; ji,, Attention
Rtnek ih ho arranued tliat eacn ner-.
- " -
son walls on himself.
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. , 7 v ,r r .,.
grand chaplain of the Masonic grand,
lodge of Oregon for nearly half hi
century, recently had conferred upon
him the honorary dgeree of past
grand master of the order. Dr. Bell j
is a charter member of Ashland lodge,
No. 2.1, having been the 14th mein-
to sign the constitution and by-
Royal Arch chapter of Jacksonville.
Kotiiins from Des Moines
C. W. Nims, representative from
Hlllah Temple, has returned from
the Shrine convention at Des Moines.
Ia., having also extended his eastern
trip to Chicago.
Given Service "Diploma"
Fred Schuerman, serving In Bat
tery D, 65th Coast Artillery, and who
was slightly wounded, has received
Becreiary 01 ttiuio ntwr uas uh-
nounced that Jackson county 1 stiare;
01 county rair nina among tue
counties of the state It $1,572.6?.
This fund raised by a lew if one-
equivalent to that raUd by the levy
In each county, plus an equal tare
in tbe surplus above the 115,000 llm-
it In Multnomah county, which 'h
year amounted to 13311.08. Th
fund i designated for use In main
taln'iig county fairs,' bind products
shows and livestock expositions, but
In counties maintaining none of these i Hauzl k, Mr. and Mrs. A, Hochtroser,
features It may be diverted to use! San Francisco.
In county road.
I Hotel Columbia Arrivals
Visitors from Bend I The following out of town guests
Walter Lowe, wife and babies, and: are registered at the Hotel Columbia.
John S'nipson and wife, all of Bend, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Puckett, Klamath
Or., spent the past eight days visit-j Falls; A. P. Johnson, Hilt, Cal.:
Ing at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. I John II. Williams, plants Pass.
James Lowe of this city. They,
started on their return trip yester-! Keshleiits from Colorado
day, making the trip by auto. W. W. Robertson and family, from
Move Into Milliner's Home
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson and daiiah -
ter have moved Into the home for-
merly occupied by Mr. aud Mrs. A.
C. Sheldon, on the Boulevard, and Connel, of Brush, who left yester
.,,.h ait Arln fiiannunl MMiu.day morning for'n complete tour o(
Icuv for Montana .
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sheldon andjlwle here,
three sons, who have been spending
the wmter months in Ashland, letl('' K' S,"1,'V to Mi-et
hv rar last week for Montana. Thev
are taking a motoring trip through dPaU,r societ l" ho,cl an oxp,M 1milifillir u ni,p mu 1HllBIllnw nn
, .,::pnre mpotinc"nt 7:.10 o'clock on th,:,,uM,,M a nl,p mu lMn,R",0W on
. VUHI1 inKlOU, Him lliuv villi II Ml WHS
city In the near future.
Mr. and Mrs
H. H. Tavlor. ofi
RucU. former Ashland rKS,iMlts,
were recent visitors In the city.
,cnemes, inornK,v enjn.veu oy
Returns to Stay s,ilff-
Frank Potter, a carpenter, who! ,, . . i
left here about two years ago fr:,'",," " x XMJ,''"n- , , !
, n.. . .. ,.,., Mr. and Mis. Tyler Bachelor are.
Ashland "to stay" as he puts It.
Opening at Annapnl'f-
Senator McNary has -jLen uas for
two appointments for iniilhliip'u in nt
I (he Annapoi, navtl academy, one
Iminedinte, the other to take Annap-
oils examinations e irly next year, and
will be glad to hear (roiv, young men
In Oregon with requisit e qualifi
To Assess Scenic Drive I'ioM'it.v
Viewers for the purpos.- of assess
ing the benefits and damages to
property on Scenic Drive between
Nutley street and Strawberry lane,
were appointed at the recent meet
ing of the city council.
Irfuives for Heppncr, Or.
Mrs. Roy Cochran, ot Klamath
Fulls, who has been visiting at the!
home of W. T. Cochrain on Avery'
street, since the latter part of last.
'week, left yesterday morning for
i Heppner. Or.
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Miss l.llll ra uinson ten yesieruay
morning for Santa Rosa, Cal. Miss
Gibson will stop at Hornhrook, Cal..
rru 1 ....., i ..tn i... i...i.t t..
j I un uintuui ni inv nui lie linn in-
J.lthla Park Saturday, July !l. al !
noon. Maccabees and their families
Invd- . . 2t"-2 !
ji,.. nij jlrs. Charles. Sterling, of'
Brownsville, are v siting at the home !
f ,-r ami jlrs. Williaiu Roberts.
474 Boulevard. j
Spokane, Wash., Mxiior .
Mrs. H. A. JurgewHi!, of Spokane.
Wash., Is vilstiug at the home of
Mrs. I. N. Shook.
Aldred M. Beaver, formerly of this
citv, and family are spending a few 'V "W"K his interest In that hiisl
davs visit at the home of h's father, " to his brother. P. S. Provost.
A. M. Beaver, of this city. The Mr. Prnclit recently resigned the
,.i k. r, . ,i,. ' managershln of the Southern Paclf'c
en route to Crater Lake. . I
Visiting at IKxigo Home
Mrs. Wll Abbott, ot Los Angeles,
, . ,. . ,. .
Lai., is speiuiiiig me summer mourns
at the home of her brother-in-law,
Louis Dodge, 542 Allison street.
Win Camera I'rlw
Lou's Dodge and Hirry Hosier
huve won the camera offered by art
ist Hlnttiorn for -the correct explana
tion of a freak photograph taken
July 4 of aviator Clyde E. Pangborn.
Tho picture represents the flyer
within uooui iu leei 01 ine streeij
and headed directly for 1. head - on -
collision with the earth. It was tak
en acc'dentally by double exposure,
Mr. Hlnthorne having forgotten to
use a new film while taking a pic
ture of Pangborn after having snap
ped a street scene.
Dies in Montana
John Bun Is, who l ived In Ashlaiul
for about three months during the
early part of this year, died July 29
at Lewlston, Mont., as the result of
heart failure, according to word re-
ce'ved here by the K. T. Staples real,
estate office. I
a a I
Marysvllle, Cel., Visitor
Proctor Nutt. a tailor of Marys-
ille Cal.. It tpendlng a few days;
of ! sllm,er vacation Ii Ashlaii.1
Austin Hotel Arrivals
The following new arrivals ar".
registered at the Hotel Austin: S. C.j
Miller, Dlllard; H. P. Julius. St.
Louis; X. .Vovlck. New York City;!
R. H. Johnson. A. E. Peffly, Mrs. Mae1
Leagerwood, Portland; ,B. Meadowd,
Medford; C. W. West, MultUuinah;
J. H. Potlock, Colorado Springs; F,
L. Hetfron, Eugene; Mr. and Mrs.
Matheing, C. B. Matheng aud fam
ily, Oakland, Cal.; Richard Joses
RusseU. Berkeley, Cal.; R. W.
Chaney, Iowa City, la.; Mrs. E, J.
I Brush, Colo., are recent Ashland ar
( rivals and aro making their home at
! ""' lieoeh street. The family mot-
"red through from Colorado, iiccnni-
Ii""ea Dy mentis, Air. ana .mis. ic
; the state. Mr. and Mrs. Mrt'onnel ' " 1 "
j stated that they were considering ! Mis ' 'Slemlenning.' of Call
! this c iv as a future home, and may I turni- sl'cllt 11 ft'vv ,ljs WP"k
1119 ,iehDlpI,Mn 1 " ,n
n-t . . ... .1
' once meeting" nt 7:30 o'clock on tin'
ill i-jiH Iniuii. I V i I Ha mlfiwiuu iT loll..
I chinch Inwiv lor the purpose of tell-!
! ing how each member earned thej
I money contributed to the bulld'nts'
fund for the church addition to be
j trted within tho next two weeks.
Tliliniis Staff Is Treated
The Tidings st;iff has been the re
cipient of two boxes of cherries,
Royal Anne and B'ng, us a treat from
Mrs. If. H. I.eavltt, 440 Chestu.nl
street. They were great luscious
, new nrrlvals In Ashland from Cali
fornia, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry
;Pacey. of tills city. They are well
ineaseu wnn me i-uy niui urn
ms air u luramm . .urn. naria-
lur was formerly Mis8 Hlldreth, or
Music Recital July I I
The junior claBs of Madame Tru-cey-Young
will give a recital tho ev-:
enlng of July 14 at the Memorial
hall. The recltul Is free, and tli
public Is Invited.
A,.,.!.',.., ll,.IK.i..l l'..llf
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Co f f.1riut mutiitr itf Iliwlt hunt
IOIIKO 111 1IIIS 1MJ. lllllll-U 111 nll-
land yesterday even'ng after a three'
days auto trip. Airs. Lawrence Ik I .
j visiting Mrs. J. II. Provosl of Hii;
cuy. one was accoiiiiiaiinH nei
cousin. Harry Coy.
Mrs. Guy Good, of Dunsmuir. Cal.
is vlslng at lhe home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank M. Mer
rill, on th Boulevard.
! lil nn
run finm Kiin'ka
1 Miss Florence Mester's, who has
been visiting at Eureka. Calif., has
i returned from that city and Is stop
' jiing at the hnine of Mrs. Frank
Rurnle" Hyland, special agent ol
the Standard Oil company al Rose-
burg, was a recent business visitor
in this city, stopping with Martin ,
L. Patton, manager of the local
branch of the Standard Oil company ,
To Take Motoring Trip
.1. P. Wolf. J. H. Provost and A.'
H. l'racht will leave Tuesday of nexl
week for thr'e weeks auto
Intr It" trln In Tleittl Portland and
northern parts of tho state.
Provost recently retired from the I
hardware firm of Provost Brothers
depot hotel, afterwards assuming,
charge or the Hotel Austin.
Outing- at Gold Reach
r n 1...01... I t it..
..., iiitninn ...... ...........
have gone to Gold Beach for a short.
I'nlque Tom Ing Hlg
The unique touring rig ' r.f ,!
season passed through town today, paratory 10 spemi ng vnrauoii mere
It was a Ford car drawn by a team. w"" "is ,v a,,0"t A"K,",, Mr
A tongue had been Imp oMsed ;:inl Mlnkler will visit Professor Vlnlng,
the team was hitched as H n wagon I ""w """""-r v"',a,ll,n
The car was loaded wit!, campngl'" I-""-..' the Woods.
pnarapun'iiunu, nui an "- .1 '
was led behind. , I
Geta All.lilie Honors
George Caldwell, former Ashland
1,1.1, hnv U Un h..n..r w'll. I
nlng ntliletlc star ut the South P.ri-i
dena high school. Pasadena. ",.iif..;'" ,n InB ""' H'Y wnere
according lo the recent sport write-,
litis in the Pasudeiiu post. -I news
naner of the southern city. Ho is
credited with being one of the laud-;
ing athletes of his school. Young j
Caldwell was formerly well known in,
tills c'ty. I
Will Tour California
Dan Conner, Harry Hosier and,
families will leave by auto next week;
for Crescent City, Calif., and neirhy
points 011 an Indefinite touring trli.
to last from three weeks to three!
Will Premh at Grant Pass
Rev. Edwards, pastor of the Math-'
odlst church, will preach In the Meth-!
odlst church at Orants Pass tomor-l
row, presenting the outlined pluns.
of the work of the Epworth League
institute to be held In Ashland for
a week, beginning July 18, .
Leaves for CorvalU
Edward Oallatly and family, who
have been visiting for. the past twe
weeks at the home of Donald M.
Spencer, 620 Iowa street, left yes
terday for their home In Corvallls.
Attends Albany College
Miss Elva Burrig passed through
Ashland th's week en route to Cali
fornia. Miss Burrls is attending Al
bany college and has n position as
assistant In chemistry for the com
ing college year. Slue is a graduate
of the Ashland high school, class
To keep In l.ne with her neigh
bors and friends. Mrs. E. J. Roberts
Is having her house on Liberty street
i i......... ii
' with the family of .1. A. Doren on
! Ashland street.
I. II III Iflllllill I)1V
i ;i. ,,,,.
Itoniie River Visitor
Mrs. .1. K. Mi Laren, of Rogue. Riv-
I er. spent a few days Ih's week with
iliiends In Ashland, aud incidentally
took ill the celebration.
Mrs. E. W. HackiiN III
I Mrs. E. W. PlackiiH is unite ill
at her home on Fourth street.
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,. Martin has returned to his home
,,ii Liberty street after spending sev-
eral monllis In Cullfornln nt his
I Beagle. IteKldents l.-it-
Mr. and Mis. E. II. Lucas, of llea-
wel.fl Mp ,() sp(.n), , Kont.tll ,
,.,, ..... ........ij .,, ,
! Mrs. Grace Dreys, of Michigan, Is
spending the summer with her s ti
ter, Mrs. P. H. Walker. Mr. and
.Mrs. Walker are also entertaining ,
their sou. Donald, wife and
II, ikeley, Calif., Visitor
Mrs. Homer l'avne. of llerkelev.
'"1"'-. I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hob
'-'I llacli. of tlraiilte.
m i .. A...!!!! Allivnl,
The following guests registered a
le Hotel Austin yesterday: II. .1
llnlviTilier. New York; N. G. Nli li-
..., . ...,-,., ,i - u:iv L. Amr ill
j.lolia; J. ('. Frost, I'oi-llaiid; Mis
Brown-, Klainatli Palls; ('. C. If uli
ibanl, .Mr. ami Mrs. John Meihau.
San Priincisco; P. I), lluni'lig. Lake
view; Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Love, Med
rord: ('. Williimi, G. V. Iledrick,
Coliiinliia Hotel Aninil
The rollnwing new arrivals ar
registered al Ihe t'oliiuibia hotel:
Mr. and Airs. It. A. Le Pebre, Seat
tle, Wash.; I). P. Riobel. Roseburg;
Albert Race, Pinole, Calif.: II. C. Coy.
Los Angeles: II. O. Johnson. P. ('
Gardiner. II. A. Trotter, Astoria;
.lames W. Walking Jr., r:erett r.
""..ham, Klamath Palls.
Kliiniiitli Pulls Vlsllws-
Margaret and Buford Hargiis, of) Xew White Sewing Machines, nl
Khini.'itb Kails, are visiting at thej ways on hand. Csed innchines for
home of their aunt. Mrs. Km it l'cll. j rnt-
,rt2 Granite street.
I'iklfilKT l':ilnlw '
Mr. and Mrs. M'lier t mm urn vis-.
ir llg ill lite unntM (ii .tit-, tiiiiim eiii-
'...... l.. ..,..1 M f'.il-tll
i-llt.s. ail, initi ..1 1 rt. .'....ii..-.
721! Iowa street.
Itetiiin fit'in Motoring Triii
Mr. and .Mrs. Jack Mcltae, lieiee,
Miss Alexander, and Dr. and Mrs. P.1
Sweileiihurg have returned from j
' a three weeks motoring trip to Til i
i liimook ii iid oilier northern points'
l'iives for Luke o' the WimxIs
, ou ge and Rav Mlnkler left
u'n.wi. ti.u ,n,,rt,ln
In the foiiner's car. Mr. Dodge will
'make arrangements for the erection
f a su.nmer cabin nt the lake, pre
0vi.rM(.lll( soldier Returns
..... H:,mln ,,, h. , .
! 1 111 nod from France after three uiul
" .vars spent "over there," and
' , l"im Lo Atlgell'S SS home.
stopped ut Ashland yesterday on
" ""' "'
' SEARCHING WR
THK LOST Ml.
EDMONTON, Alberta. July 8
An expedition was being organized
here today to search for the "lost
gold mine" of Lost river.
The "lost mine" has long heiyi
0M'' "f " rnmantlr traditions of the
N"r,h- Hn'1 " ' believed to he fab
t'l"'y rich. Apparently there have
K'"n IW mm wno anew now to
I""" " '"" "ullm" "
dian from the JNIuckenile River disl-
I rlet. came into Fort St. John's with
.... I I. T I. .. . ... I ..
a gold nugget as big ns walnut, and j
though he could not talk any dia-(
1-ct. understood by locsl whiles on
Indians, he Indicated by sign, f hut J
he had found the lump In the dry
bed of a stream to the northwest.
Tbe other was a white trapper who
returned from periodical irhg. tnt
the winderness with a quantity of
coarse gold. Each time lie spent his
treasure with a lavish hnhd and then
disappeared again, outwitting the ef
forts ot trackers who tried to trail
him to the source of hts wealth. He
was found frozen to dentil on the
trail one day and took his secret to
The expedition now btdug organ
ized will proceed on the assumption
that the mine Is in the bed (.f a diy
river, known as the Lout river, be
cause It no longer contains water
except after heavy rains, and the
river bed will be prospected thor
oughly. 4APAVKSK LABOR
IU (;HV. IS '
By IIKNKY W. KINNEY
ll'nile,! Press Staff Correspondent)
TOKYO. July 8. The Japanese
laborer no longer enjoys the oppor
tunty to make his voice felt, whicli
was his during the golden days or
the hooni war years, when the sup
ply of labor fell short of the demand.
As the army of unemployed increases
the man with a jolt is willing to xir.z
very small for tear that he may be
dismissed. The result has been that
whereas strikes recently were very
common, but very Pttle Is heard of
On the other hand, the workmen,
realizing their powerlessness, havo
grown bitter, and while the unions
are losing In membership, nwiir;
largely to inability to pay even their
modest dues, the organizations which
survive aro getting closer together
and are heconiing more radical in
"Tho laborers are becoming nioro
and more 111 favor of direct action."
says M. Suzuki, the leader of tho
Japanese federation of labor. Per
sonally Suzuki is against this, and is
a result It Is reported that he will
soon cease to be the leader, whllii
some one else who Is inure in bar-,
niony with the radical element, will
take his place. The police are re
sorting to their usual tactli'M of sup-
wherever it crops up. A recent mn'ji-
l Ing In Tokyo, wherein workmen at-
i tucked Ihe moneyed classes and de
iniilideil their "rights," resulted u
several arrests, and the leader?, uf
the various labor societies are kuomi
lo bo closely watched.
In the meantime the laborers aro
gelling closer together, making cmii
iiion cause iu times of aihen ly. Thus
the arious associatlo'is of seamen of
various classes recently formed a
great union UNi-.ing the .r.ueie. or
gatilziitlons n tul It seem.- n I . likelv
that the workmen will "nierie frnm
their periotl ,u' atlvi tsi'y -i ron ser
aliil more ilelertn ihmI IIi.i.i ever they
State highway commission awards
4 1 miles of contracts at $4lift,751.
Sold $l.riiiil,iliiil bonds ut $ til on.
premium. Ordered Oregon t'll
Spray your animals with Shoo
Ply anil keep the flies uwuy.
l'se Icelvss Cooler nnd make it pay
for Itself in a year In ice bills.
Jars with Lids
Sizes One Gallon to Twenty
Eggs Are Cheap Now.
Waterglass Your Winter
Provost Bf os.
O FASH LAND.
A tilt; II STANDARD
uf banking service is at
all times maintained by
TirF. CIT1ZKNS BA.VK
OP ASHLAND, ussuring.j
u hiiilking roniieetluii lhat
is eiiiinec'iy sallsfactory.
fqr ON SAVINGS'
B Ar.oiiiits i-.irilially Invit- w