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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1922
WlfffER FAIR TO;
MERCHANT BOOTHS AT ARMORY
WITH MVE STOCK AT THE
TWO Sl'RVIVOHS OF
GOLD Rl'HH DAYS ARE
PLAN-NIXO OX REUNION
S ', CHJ&AGO, Dec. 5. There are
? at least two survivors of the '49
gold rush George W. Ketch-
5 kiss, of Chicago, and Captain
3 John Anderson, of Sewlckley,
Ketchkiss was recently' notl-
4' fled of the death of John E.
f'5 Kerr and then believed he was
PROF. VININC TO GIVE
ADDRESS OF WELCOME
the last survivor of the. gold $
? "fever." Shortly afterward how. S.
3 ever, he received a letter from
Captain Andersoni who suggest-
$ ed that the two old-tlmerg hold
!? a reunion.
i a h n nil
MAMA ML UV
I VI U V Mil I II II
III I I II I IU L. IS U I
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e Twenty days until XnutA.
December 6-8 Winter Pair.
December 16 Stewart Long,
i$ lecturer Lyceum course. '
December 22. High school 4-
operetta, "The Captain of Ply-
mouth." x "
mm uiad nwl
iiuiilu unit un
Development Program of Oiegon Is
Toiic; Rabbits from ull Sections
Of Northwest Here; Poultry Ex-,
Iiibit I-argest Yet.
' Ashland's Third Annual Winter
Fair and Eighth Exhibition of the
Southern Oregon Pet Stock and
Poultry association opened today,
though the first part of the exhibi
tion will be formally turned over to
the public with the opening uddrcss
by Prof. Irving E. Vining, who will
talk on tho "Development Program
The Armory will be the chief ceri
BY SNOW; EASTERN
OREGON IS ALSO HI
PORTLAND, Dec. 6. A severe
storm is expected to strike the Pa
cific slope tonight or tomorrow.
Snow Btar.ed falling in Portland ear-
blanket to protect the grain.
ter, for here is where the program ' . ,. ,
will be given and the merchants have! " ' "ch9 t wow fell In cen-
thelr booths. Fruit, vegetables andj traI 0refn- Vnches ln Moro. Wai-
the live stock will be exhibited at! " " -"
the Naiatorium. '
Dooths extend around the side of
the Armory, with space in the center
occupied by chairs. Upon emerlng!
the building, at the right the follow'
Ing merchants have erected attrac
U 010 MEDALS
"HAMMER MURDERER" SLIDES
li uuw.i nAnn run iv ins
AS BEING 'HARD BOILED'
i i '
Hard Baled Attitude Assumed Since
Conviction; Husband, Sisters and "
; Friends Betas; Taken Into Custody, Two gold mednl8 o.dered by Ma
jor 0. F. McConnell, organizer of the
present 484th company, Oregon Na
tional (Juard ' for presentation, 33
years ago have been turned over to
LOS ANGELES WOMAN TAKES
INITIATIVE AGAINST DRUG
i HUSBAND REFUSES TO
I 5 HKSTOW KISSES: WIFE
RECEIVES A DIVORCE
DETROIT, Mich., Dec. 5. Ji
$ Mra. May Coykendall, unklssed $
wife, who was granted a di- J
? vorce from her undemonstrative i
!$ husband, Mlllon, never will re- $
4 marry, she says. $
"When men become too lazy-
to kiss their wives It Is time 9l
By Police InHtltutintf Great Search.
? LOS ANGELES, Deo. S. Aided by
persons outside who propped a lad
der against the walls of the "building
ao "he could descend to the street,
Mrs. Clara Phillips, under an indefi
nite sentence of from ten years to
life for the "hammer murder" of
Mrs. Alberta Meadows, escaped from
the jail early this morning. Three
steel. bars an inch thick, were sawed
in two. The bars were pulled from
their places leaving an opening two
With extraordinary strength, Mrs.
PRESIDENT OF CHINA IS
ALSO FIGHTING SCOURGE
International Anti-Opium Society Is
Formed in Orient; Agreement Be-!
twecn U. S. and Other Nations for
Control of Distribution Asked.
$ to ault." she declared emnhat-
j Ically. ' 'RKK STATE COMES INTO REAL
'S Mrs. Coykendall testified 3l
; V that during the first two weeks $.
$ of their married life her hus-
ITY WHEN' KING GIVES
band lay on a lounge and rend DUBLIN DECLARED CITY
OF RUINED BUILDINGS
$ dime novels. He neither kissed
$ her nor displayed any affec-
tion, she said.
Streets Unsafe by Day as Well as By
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 5. Initial
steps toward an International war
Cuptaln J. Qutncy Adams, to be on the illicit drug industry, partlcu-
I awarded as ho sees fit. One of these, larly opium, have been taken by Mrs.
which cost $25 In 188!). will be given 'Angela C. Kaufman, known locally
lo the best all-around soldier durlng'ns tho "angel of the county jail,"
the quarter ending March 31, 1923, who has sent a letter to President
and the other to the member of the Harding asking that he use his best
unit making the highest aggregate offices for an International agree
Bcore in competitive shooting for the ment for the control of drug dtstrtb
same period. - ; : utton.
Prizes for the recent competitive Mrs. Kaufman took this step as a
Night; Country's Trade Thought
Improving and Trade Revival Is
Predicted by Cosgrave. " '
CHICAGO, Dec. 6. Betrayed in
to the hands of the police by a worn-
GRADING, BRIDGE PLANNED
OX ASHLAND-KLAMATH ROAD
Plans for a bridge at the lower
tive and ingenious booths: Jordan crossing of the Klamath river on the
Blectric company, Medford Grocery , Ashland-Klamath Falls highway are
company, McNair Bros., E. R. Isaac-, beins prepared by the state highway
& Co., Vining Theatre, The Endorsj commission, the grading of the
Co., H. P. Holmes, 481th Company , Klamath Falls to Keno section of the
Oregon National Guards- Detrick;samo road ha3 been authorized, and
Groceteria, McGee's, Rose Bros, the j a g!eei brd.Be across Lost river near
Golden Rule, and Harrison Bros., Merrill has been accepted, according
Ford dealers. j to letters received in the Klamath
The left and northwest corner is: county court from the commission,
occupied by a large school and do-j Btates the Klamath Falls Evening
mestic display, while school and art. Herald: x
exhibits extend along the' northern: part, the letter follows: '
side of the building. ' "In response to your request of
The horticulture, agriculture, rab-j recent date the commission have In
hit and poultry exhibits are housed structed the engineer to prepare
in the Natatorium, the first two be-:piang amt specifications for the
Ing in that portion of the building; bridge at the lower crossing of the
used as a skating rink and danclngi Klamath river on the Ashland-Klam-floor,
and the poultry and rabbits inath Falls highway, which will be ad
tho swimming tanks and aboihC tl vertised as soon as the engineering
balcony in the same part of the; work cnn be completed,
building. j "The commission at the same
The fruit and vegetable exhibits , meeting also authorized the prepara
are coming in slowly, but a large tion of plans and specifications for
number of growers have promised to; the grading of the Klamath Falls
bring displays, and It is thought that, Keno section of the Ashland-Klam-all
available space will be taken up ath Falls highway and the adver
before closing time this evening. tisement will "fallow."
Speaking of rabbits, one would
think that every person ln southern
Oregon had rabbits on display from
the number that have been entered
in every species. Black, gray, brown,
white, and In fact every kind of rab
bit raised Is to be found In the rab
bit hutches. One swimming tank
served to house all the rabbits and
poultry last year, but the tank will
he hardly large enough to accommo
date the poultry this year, and a row
of rabbit hutches have been
taken into custody,.
day, will also be questioned.
CANADA IS TARGET
FOR KU K
DUBLIN, Dec. 5. Ireland at last
Is believed nearing the end of her
troubles. The Free Stale comes Into
official reality today with King'
George giving royal assent to the
Irish constitution. President Wll-
llum Cosgrave of the Dall Klrennn.
met Timothy Healy, new English
governor goneral of the Free State.
"The world has been upside down
Blnce 1914, and we In Ireland have
experienced troublosome times," he
said, "but I firmly believe we are
nearing the end of our troubles. The
future is full of hope."
Cosgrave predicted a trade revival,
pointing out that Irish exports al
ready show an Improvement.
Nowadays, the Irish capital's
streets and principal buildings are a
heap of ruins. The streets are' un
safe day as well as night; at any
moment anywhere there may be an
attack upon the Free State troops
by De Valera'a followers. It is a
curious fact that f.om such r. methol
of warfare It Is not tho troops or
their attackers who suffer most, hut
the peaceful citizens.
Day after day, one hears the
mournful tunes of tho bands playing
the fmmral mnrrh fiti unum hravn
llnt- i forming drugs. She also asks that, Henry Klrhy and Mrs. Pearl... ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,
Captain J. Quincy Adams, not a commission be appointed to lnvesj Thompson wpre quietly married Sut-i(lie hnn(Js BmjiU w ,ha B,uck
innd Tans, but by tils own fellow
descended to an alleyway on the No 2 won flr8t pace wth a gC0.e of 0p,um gQClety Thg commlttee ha
shooting matches were given Monday result of the efforts now being made; an, Morris Bogoslowskl, 23, made a
night, first place. S3, being won bv bv President Huf-Thlh Cham, of complete confession that he and three
Phillips apparently climbed to the sergeant J. R. Clary: second. $2. bv China, to stamn out the onlum evil others were responsible for the mur-
top of the Jail and then dropped from private Prescott and third , 1 by In his native country. To this end, der of "Handsome Joe" Lanus,
the Jail roof to an adjoining building, jPrivate McNab ' the Chinese president Is said to have wealthy auto dealer. The woman
a descent of 20 feet, by sliding downj Two teamg h0t in competition, 10 apoplnled a large committee, Includ-lwho "squawked" was Julia Harnett,
water pipe. From the roof of the j rounds from a standing' position be ing military and civil authorities and! 25, alleged sweetheart of William
building next door it is thought she:inB firen. after drill last nlehl Team a momhof nt tho intArnaHnnnl Antl.l Cramer one of the four nrlncinals
in the slaylngj.
Bogoslowskl accuses Lawrence
Hefferman of firing the shots which
killed Lanus. He said LnntiB shot
William Cramer, another of the
gang, when Hefferman and Cramer
ordered Lnnus to put his hnnds up.
IIKX'RV KIRItY MARRIES
MRS.' PEARL THOMPSON
Henry Kirby and Mrs. Pearl I
403 out of a
I team No. 1
possible 500, while as Its aides members of all educa-
scored 392 points, tlonal. misionary and antl-vlce so
UariirTtiA narannnnl nt Mia tantvia urna ..II.. t.. fl.L.n
- " " v. wiu i-uiii. Ttuo, cimiuo ll VIIMItt.
' She was barefooted when she es
caned nA scAtitHv rlflH In s rinrl
uiiv airs, i-nuups nas oeen naro Tealn No iSorgoant J. R. Clary, In her letter to President Hard
boiled since her conviction. 85. plates Prescott. 71: Barnard, ing, Mrs. Kaufman asked that he
A great search is under way. Ar-j 68. Hunlctitt, 83, and Burns, 85. recommend to congress that an In
mour Phillips, her husband, two Bls-.Team N 2 Corporals Adams and ternatlonal agreement be entered In
ters and chorus girl chum will be(Hob9on 72 each; Privates Southard, to between the United States, Eng-
airs, niaaaiyiine gc. McMab. 1R. and Verz 8R. lnnrl Jnnnn unit f!lilnn for thn con
Obenchaln, released from Jail yester-Solll,lari wnB Me. ,,, u.lt), (ho 0E .,., ft. ,h. ,iurihtinn nf habit
shooting In competition with mem- tlgate the drug traffic in the Unltfcd . nrday, sUpphix away to Yreka where
bers of the organization, made the States at the present time-,
highest aggregate scores during the
matches held after drill each Mon
day night. Following are the total
scores made by the 15 highest men,
from four positions during the
Sergeant J. R. Clary. 178; Pri-
OPEN SAFETY 1
IN CHILD'S TUMMY
iiAifrfinnii r e mi. is., i
mwlnnu, un. m vatea Prescott, 173; McNab, 171;
Klux Klan has made its appearance SoH,hardj Corl)0,.aI Hobgon and
in Canada, according to a letter re- 'vate Barnard 168 each prvate
v0.,Cu u, ...t.u u.clo...BWerU j67. Corpora, Adamg and
JAS. L. LOI'DIEO
AT OAK ST.
the lite ate was obtained and the
ceremony performed, the only wit
nesses being Elton Ktrby and Vir
, Mr. Kirby Is one of the firm of
Elliott and Klrhy, proprietors of the
East Side ment market and has lived
In the valley near Talent for a num
ber of year
Mrs. Thompson has lived In Ash
land for the past 18 months, having
James L. Lowe died at 2:30 o'clock 'had apartments In the Freeburg
the destruction of Roman Catholic, ,,' .,. 1l!r u . n. ' n,i ..wirninir nt Ma imme at t07 Oak bulldina where the newlvweds will
I niuic iiiiiiauiti xuu cauu , x. ui " . a -
poral Wentner, 1G4; Private Burns, street, at the age of 72 years, fol-jtake up their residence,
immeuiaieiy mierwarus, news was 103. Sergeant Sargent, 160; Cor-' lowing a .second Stroke of paralysis.' ;
received rrom uara, wueoec, mat me a, Butterflo,,t i59: Prlvate ,.,d.l Mr. Lowe suffered a Btroke early
parish hots and an adjoining school k, 15g. Corpnral Leach. 1G7, and last spring, but after having been,1
were In flames. Instructions have C.,,UI, mv-i- ikk Inniifiiimi in his home for several,
Members of the high school foot- months, had been able to be out i j
been Issued to place guards around
Catholic churches here.
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM TO
BE DISCUSSED BV VINING
countrymen. Robberies at the re
volver's polut occur almost daily in
every street. At nlgY. the snnp of
the sniper's rifle and the rattle of tho
machine gun keep good Irishmen
from their hard-earned rest. Such Is
Dublin today a city fast drifting to
MEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL
CLAIMS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
ball squad have been Invited to at
tend a feed to be given by the or
'about lown during the past few
Three vital problems confronting
the state at present and for which
a drive for $300,000 is being launch
ed by Portland today in the develop
ment program of the Oregon state
chamber of commerce, will be dis
cussed by Prof, Irving E. Vining at
Mrs. Carl Magerle brought her two
' months' old baby girl to Ashland the
con.llast of the week and took her to a
structed around the balconv of the Iocal specialist for examination. The
swimming room, and half the space child had developed a cough which! the Winter Fair this evening. The
around the balcony has already been' could not be acounted for by the movement is financed by Portland
taken I mother, and the specialist was un- money and will be carried on during
.? Despite the fact that this is ad-lflb,e t0 flnd the 'rouble with ordI-; two year period. These problems
vertised as a southern Oregon pet' nary Instruments. are co-operative marketing, land Bet-
stock and poultry show, a large num- A x-rav was C"Iled Into use and tlement and publicity,
her of exhibitors from all sections of,'te' a thorough examination an op-j Prof. Vining will point out condi
tio state are showing up with both!en teiy P,n ws discovered in merlons throughout the state and will
poultry and pets. . One fancv chicken 'child's stomach near the opening of:8hw th necessity for co-operative
that hails from New Jersey is be.- that organ into the Intestines. It Is , maraeung. Me will also tell now It
lleved to have traveled the greatest thought that the pine was swallowed ; ha8 established in other states,
distance to be present at the fair. aout two weeks ago, and It Is feared ;Tha subject is of vital interest to
jthat It Is caught In the stomach nfarmers .merchants and taxpayers
' Isuch a manner that an operation will'"18'
'be necessary. The chambers of commerce of
I It was decided to wait several days Corvallls, Albany, Salem, Astoria
ganlzatlon next Monday night after! Mr. Lowe has been a resident oW
the Rogue River valley and Ashland
for the past 16 years. He was an
Indian war veteran and a member
of the local G. A. R. post.
He Is survived by his wife and
three sons. Funeral arrangements
have not been completed and wUl
be announced later.
GIRL MAKE ESCAP
ROM STATE SCHOO
I'-T ASSOCIATION ATTACKS
AM. "IUCV" ITIIIJCATIONS
ic.unnu.1, wuHii, , uec. o.
Kignt ot me 17 gins wuo escaped; PORTLAND, Dec. 4. The Port
from the Grand Mound training !Ialld parent-Teacher council Is plan
school near here last night, are still 'nlng a vigorous campaign for the re
at large. The girls overpowered the1 mova) from loca, BWg and, of
guard and fled In all directions. Six'rflcy ma((Unes.
were captured, and three returned, Wh,H nromnent members of the
PORTLAND, Dec. 6. The grand
Jury is busy here investigating the
soldiers' bonus scandal In Deschutes
county. It appeared likely that Rob
ert Maguire would be appointed spe
cial assistant to take charge of fed
Numerous central Oregon people' wlllle the number of points scored
are in the ante room, but.refuse to against Medford was 30. This In-
The Medford high school football
team luys claim to the high school
championship of the state and of the
coast, basing its claim on the fol
1. It has decisively defeated every
high school opponent this year.
2. It has scored a total of 345
points against other, high school
teams, while its opponents have
scored but 10.
3. Its goal has not been legally
crossed this year by a high school
4. The excellent showing made
against the O. A. C. rooks.
The total number of pojiu scorod
against all contenders wis 370,
make any statement. All are pledged
PAPER COATS MADE IN
GERMANY WORN IX
; council refuse to discuss their plan
(nf Hmnnivn it u knAwn thnt im
mediate action will be discussed at
the council meeting Thursday. Dis
trict Attorney Stanley Myers, when
eludes the O. A. C. rook game,
which ended 20 to 14 ln favor ot the
To back up these claims Medford
KESWICK, ONCE THRIVING challenaea anv team in the state or
TOWN. NOW DESERTED, on the coast, barring none, to a post
. 1 season game, if the state board of
REDDING, Calif.. Dec. 5. The,COntrol consents, at Medford, Satur
town of Keswick, which had a pop- day December 9. Medford expressly
ulatlon of 2221 In 1900. has been extends this Invitation to Corvallls.
wiped off the Southern Pacific eom-,whicn has scored heavily against Its
pany's map. 'opponents and which has held the
On the first of the month the sta-'imtor n an ammiiv in
BOSTON, Dec. 6. Officers and , ,d f nrooaed movement, salditlon was abandoned, and the agent
AttllHtarl mnn fit tlm llrmv hfiflA. Smith'. .. - .. ... -. .j . ...i. '
" " i ii a would assist, in tne ibbk oi rm-movea lo aiameson, mree niui-s;
CONTINUES TO GAIN
peiore taking any action and should.""" ro rewnuy visiiea i t I . ld,"- A . . , " ' . . ,.
! f-rihe, ,.r,. M n mm'M Prof. Vining. who snoke on tonlcsL . "' 8re w!" P8pPr coa ? "0l ding tho city of Indecent magazines, north-the new town of the Moun-
'ih.r n, mn . ... .. .Jhavlng a direct bearlne non th(n l'ermftDy Ior m 1 m,e0, but suggested th.t, although there Is tain .Copper company. The Iron
., t ' I.sm h. ...I. .k.miiA. , States money. , lh , d(,flnM indecent publlea-, Mountain railroad from Keswick to
uimrauun win men De mnae. - i .m- Th... .. . nf ,!.. !.. r . . .. .. . . , ....
merce Is working on.
WALTER M. PIERCE MILL
LOOK OVER NEW RESIDENCE EASTERN STAP. BAZAAR
. DRAWS A GOOD CROWD
These coats are oi a.trorent colors, . d nro.ideg nenalty for, the Iron Mountain mine was aban-
the predominating color being blue. t)er agfi (hat pernapi more ,0od doned four months ago.
and worn over a sweafer. T!y.COB,d be 'accompll!)h,d through co-
maao gooa unioK.nR ju.RKls. operation with news dealers.
Colonel H. G. .Doyle brought . ,
number of them from Germany and
Contributions to date, money de
posited to the Ambulance Fund, are:
Ashland Daily Tidings $iooj SALEM, Dec. 5. Governor elect
Jesse Winburn 100 Tierce has telegrapher to Sam A.
Dr. George Jarvis 100 Kozer secretary of state, that he
Dr. Wood ..... 100 will nrrlvo In Ci1om Tir.t.J. .'lfvlnr A K. t.rfl.. AAA . ...I. 1
j. i . uoage st i,on 100 Inspect the state institutions and, factory amount of cash to their bank RerorrrlnK from Injury i road to take gasoline to the construe
O. S. Butler 100 otherwise familiarize himself wlth'account. Some 120 nersons took! f.enlln Toombes. who recently fell tlon crew at Hyatt dam and returned Dodge A
lien l,. moses 60 the conduct nf tho .
IN SEATTLE KILLED
NORTRIDGK Fl'NERAIi j
HELD THIS AFTERNOON
The Eastern -Star bazaar, which pronounces them warmer than wool-' Big Snow hi the Mountain j
was held Saturday proved quite grat- en coats. The Union Oil company truck made j
A. Paulserud 25.
L. Loomis ........ i 15 Returns from Mntiimif
W. t.. DePeau 1 , Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith return-
uiner coninnutors neciarea Dnt ed last evening from Montague, The few articles that remained the circumstances,
not yet paid, are H. G. Enders Sr..; where they went to spend Thanks- unsold will be offered at the regular! Scenic Drive.
SEATTLE, Dec. 6. H. W. Thomp-
The funeral of (he late Mrs. Fan-'0I dle1 '"""J' rMult of
.!. n,l. nn th ftrp.n Rnrtn'nl. Nnrr!dir was held thU after-' " w0,"u' " running llgm
I . .... - Inat nlffht with tha fnilBl vilBrd I.11M.V
noon at z:30 o cioca trom tne j. r.,- - -----
Sons funeral parlors. Mrs.j ArcalB nF" ro" ro,nl- n
supper with them and with the from a scaffolding while working at to the city shortly after noon with Norlrldge died at saiem, ana .. . '
. " . ... ........ svllntr rnrt from tho InwM mtn
amount raised from the various the Community hospital, breaking about four Inches of snow on the body was snipped nere ror Dtiriai.: " "
1100; Dr. Swedenburg, $100, and giving week with their daughter and; meeting of the Ebrolderr club next
the Murphy Electric company, $25. jfamily Mrs. W. R. Parshall. Tuesday aflernoon.
booths, the ladles feel well pleased both wrists Is resting at his home! top of the tank
with the results achieved
He lives on (he road when he came down the
! mountain and said that a few hours, 74 years ago. but came to this eoun-.
The driver atated: Interment took Dlace. In Mountain: momr-son. oromer oi in.
as well as could bo expected under that it was almost Impossible to see View Cemetery. ...... auu c.r ..7.r.
The deceased was born In Ireland. .
Boost for tie Winter Fair.
would make the road absolutely lm
panable for machines.
try In early life, and lived In Oregon! Harrlsbnrg The cheese plant here.
for the past several yiars.
(hit returned operations,