Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, February 16, 1916, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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WKDM-SDAV, 10, 101(1.
Mrs. Haxel Shaw returned this
morning from ft tew weeks' star t
Mrs. Ralph Fenton arrived on
Tuesday from Portland and will
spend ft few days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Smith. '
Air. ftna airs, r. ausuu uiu
little daughter, who spent ft day with
Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Mthtlls, left this
afternoon tor Tudor, OaL
Mrs. Julia Parcell returned to
Grants Pass last night, after spend
ing four months or more in southern
California, much of the Urns In Lot
Green stamp parlors are now open
for redeeming books at Schillings
old store. . 871
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harris, of Cald
well, Idaho, arrived last night from
Los Angeles, where they visited, and
will spend a few days with their
cousin, Mrs. Catherine Gray.
, Bargains in ladles' and misses'
coats. One-halt regular price. Mrs.
E. Rehkopf. 6S2tf
Mrs. J. W, Bush left this morning
on her return to her home at Oakland,
Cal. Mrs. Bush spent two weeks wlth
her mother, Mrs. T. H. O'Neill, and
her grandmother, Mrs. G. H. Binns.
Miss Helen Gates, of Kerby, left
this morning for Wonder, Nev., where
he will be with her aunt Miss Gates
was accompanied by her cousin,
Tannle Hill, of Wonder, Ner who
spent some time at Eerby.
Arrow collars at Bishop's 403tt
Juvenile Case la Court '
A couple of young lads were before
Judge Gillette this morning charged
with having a pistol In their posses
sion and with having fired It within
the city limits, contrary to ordinance.
The boys were given a lecture upon
future behaviour. . and action was
taken to see that they attended school
regularly hereafter.
Houston, Texas, Feb. 16. With
only a few mlnntes separating him
from death, Henry Tennel, ft negro,
convicted of criminal assault, was
saved today by ft 30-day reprieve from
Governor Ferguson, Just as the sheriff
was reading his death warrant pre
paratory, to hanging him.
"House of No Regrets''
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B Special Feature Engagement
The Famous International
Martha Hedman
The Cub
Wm. A. Brady's Popular Drama
An absorbing story of the Cum
berliand Mountains A cub re
porter and his dramatic adven
tures among the Kentucky
Selected for MARTHA H ED
MAN'S debut In the movies af
ter a distinguished career in
Sweden, England and America.
8 Vitally Interesting Reels
Added Attraction Path News,
featuring national prepared
ness, Colonel Roosevelt and
Wm. J. Bryan.
10 and 15 Cents
Something Special
M. W. A. Camp, 8007, Thursday,
February 17. D. A. Harmon, V. C.
Card of Thanks
The Relief Corps and G..A. R.
wish to express their thanks and ap
preciation to the students and others
who took part in the Lincoln pro
gram. Englowood Dairy, Telephone 223
Pure milk from healthy cows, 67tf
Moved to Sixth Street
0. E. Moore has moved his grocery
and tobacco store from G street,
where he has been doing business tor
some time, to No. 313 South Sixth
street, where he is comfortably lo
Xew Jitney-
Ross Bailey has Just purchased
from the Moss agency and placed In
commission ft new Ford car, and now
there will he no delays caused by
need for repairs to the old car.
Clark & Hoi man, Undertakers-
Licensed embalmers. Phone 50.
Visits Alaskan Friends
Phil Abrahams, ot Seattle, was a
Tuesday visitor In the city, and spent
some time at the home of J. D. Stlne
baugh, with whom he was acquainted
in Alaska. Mr. Abrahams will later
return to Skagway.
Box Social
At W. O. W. hall Thursday even
ing, at 8 o'clock. Cards and dancing.
j Admission 50c; ladles free. 672
Mannlng-Relknap Wedding
Jess Manning, of Portland, but now
connected with the Oscar Creek Min
ing company, and Mrs. Caroline
Elnor Jacques Belknap, ot Murphy,
were married at three o'clock this
afternoon by Rev. S. A. Douglas, t
pastor ot the Baptist church, at' his
Mr. Austin Here Monday
George Austin, the expert in ibeet
culture for the people who are build
ing the new factory for the Oregon
Utah Sugar company in this city, will
arrive from Utah Monday, and a
series of meetings is being arranged
for the various districts within the
county. The first will probably be
held In this city Monday afternoon.
Crater Lake Lecture
Remember the southern Oregon
pictures and Crater lake lecture on
Thursday at Gufld hall. Admission
afternoon and evening, or eventng
alone, 25c. Afternoon alone, 10c.
Children free In the afternoon. 671
Married at Vreka
Miss Pearl Booth, of this city, was
married on February 14 to Charles
H. Miller at Yreka. Mr. Miller Is a
locomotive engineer in the empyy
of the Southern Pacific railway and
they will make their home at Weed,
Box Social at W. O. W. Hall
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock,
cards and dancing. Boxes distributed
by numiber no auction. Admission
50 cents, j 672
Old Residents Married
On Monday night John S. Pool, a
resident ot Grants Pass nearly 25
'years, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hammlll,
a resident of the city for 17 years,
! were married at the home of Rev. S.
A. Douglas, Mr. Douglas perform
ilng the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Pool will reside at 205 Clark street.
Sad News for Mrs. Ten-ill
j Mrs. W. B. Terrill received a wire
.today announcing the death of her
father, C. G. Loop, at Mason City,
Iowa, which occurred this morning.
: Mr. Loop was for many years a loco
motive engineer In the employ of the
C. M. ft St. P. Ry., and the death was
caused from a stroke of apoplexy.
Pictures Have Arrived
The list of pictures by Miss Russell
to be exhibited under the auspices ot
,the Society of Arts and Crafts has
been received and Includes a collec
tion of Crater lake photographs In
black and white, and a number col
ored by the oil process. The demand
tor her paintings has been so great
! that some of them have teen loaned
for this occasion. The slides to be
I used by Mr. Steel are made from the
i Riser photographic negatives. The
! exhibition will be open in Guild hall
on Thursday afternoon from 2 to 5
o'clock and the evening lecture will
begin at 8:15 p. m.
Another of the Grants Pass busi
ness firms has changed hands, the
clothing firm of C. P. Bishop & Co.
having been purchased by Messrs.
J. C. Brill and M. A. Rlchter, ot
Portland, the formal transfer being
made on Tuesday, the store having
been closed several days for involc
Ing. C. P. Bishop, the head ot the
firm. Is a well known Salem business
man, being also heavily Interested
In the Pendleton woolen mills and
other manufacturing. The Grants
Pass firm has been In business for
the past seven years, the past tour
years being under the management
of O. u Ragan, who has been asso
ciated with Mr. Bishop for some
The new firm will do business un
der the name ot the B. & R. Stores
Co., these gentlemen also conducting
stores at Portland, Ore., and Kelso,
Wash. Mr. Brill, in speaking of the
transfer said, "We have not yet
elded whether we shall continue the'Hansen and Basler, forwards. Cor-
buslness or simply close out the
stock. We will at any rate reduce
the stock by special sales In order
to close ont some lines entirely In til Tuesday, when the Presbyterians
order to stock up on other lines." Jp'sy the Methodists and the Chrls
Both Mr. Ragan and Mr. Heath wllljtlana play the Baptists. This will be
remain with the new firm. the best part of the series for should
Chas. Peterson hauled hay
Fred Sundell'a Friday.
Percy Everton and Geo. Griffin
were repairing telephone line Friday.
Valentine's day was observed at
the school Friday. Quite a number
were present to enjoy the exercises.
W. A. Lowe, agent for Dr. Koch's
supplies, was in this neighborhood
Mr. Long was out Sunday. He
gave a very interesting talk
rougnt wun mm to neip in tne sing-
Ing the Misses Florence Riddle,
Louise Plnkerton. and Joe, Pardee I
and Earle Voorhles.
Lee and Glenn Wllhelm spent Sun- aboard ft tailing ship from San Fran
day afternoon at the Dixie ranch. j Cisco. He was sent Into Balkan ser
Louis Lucke sold one of his cows i vice, and during the months whllo
to a party near Woodville and de-
llvered her
Thursday, making the
trip afoot.
Sunday school will be resumed
again Sunday for the first time since
the deep snow.
Mr. Dean, brother of Haydenjan allied decoration for dlstlngulsh-
Dean, who loet his life during the
heavy snows, Is here in the Interest
of his brother's estate. He spent
one night with Louis Lucke this
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
Washington, Feb. 16. A romance
of the White House basement was re
vealed when Lavlnla Gibson, colored
laundress, returned to work, beaming
with smiles, and announced) she'd
wedded a soldier.
Tonight Only
The Friends
of the Sea
Strong 2-Rcel Reliance Drama
'The Clean-up
American 2-Part Comedy
'When William's
Whiskers Worked'
Falstaff Comedy
mount feature, Charlotte
Walker in "Out of Darkness"
First Performance 7:30
Prices 10c and 15c
The basketball game last night re
sulted In scratch victory tor the
Christians who won by ft 15-24 score,
The Methodists were weakened some
what by the absence of ft couple of
their regular players. The Christians
were playing their regular line-up,
but were unable to get a large lead
at any time. The game was at times
rather slow, but as a whole was In
teresting. In the first halt the Christians ran
up a load of two baskets and held th!s
nearly through the game. Hansen
and Smith woro the star point getters
tor the evening, and tho guarding
dono by Martin was especially note
worthy. Cornell entered the gam In
the second half and helped to even
up the teams.
The line-up was as follows: Chris-
tlansE. Smith and Moore, guards;
.Harmon, center; C. Smith and Beam,
forwards, Methodists Martin and
de-'Harmon, guards; Anient, center;
ndl substituted for Basler.
The game which was to have been
played Friday has been postponed un
the Methodists lose the outcome will
be more In doubt than ever. A large
crowd should witness the games.
(Hy Tnltod Press Leased Wire.)
New York. Feb. 16. Patrick Kelly,
of San Francisco, planted his feet on
good American soli today after
months ot Balkan war service, cast
his eyes longingly about for ft "ham
and eggery," and, spotting one. made
a mad hike for It.
Indeed, It was a yearning for ham
and eggs, a la American, with a cup
.of steaming brown coffee on the side,
he Bald( tnat drove Dm nomo on the
'orduna. arrivlne today.
Kell. enlisted In the Irish Fusl-
iii... . .n,i reached England
he longed for the great American
dish . be distinguished himself as a
hero. As a result of rescuing several
boats ot ammunition from a river
while the enemy guns popped at him,
the dauntless Irishman brought back
ed service.
San Francisco, Feb. 16. Rev. Dr.
Charles F. Aked Is no longer pastor
of the First Congregational church.
His congregation decided last night
to heed his request for freedom to
pursue his work of permanent mem
ber of the Ford peace tribunal at
per bundle. Courier office.
Feb. 17, Thursday Miss Russell's
southern Oregon pictures and Will
Steel's Illustrated lecture on Crater
lake, Guild hall, auspices of
Society of Arts and Crafts.
Feb. 17, Thursday H. C. Seymour
at Murphy, 9:15; Laurel Grove, 11
a. m.; Provolt, 2 p. m.; Williams
hall, 7:30 p. m.
Feb. 18, Friday Meeting of the
Josephine County Legislative Club
for Women, at the court house, at
2:30 p.m. J. D. Mlckle, on "Dairy
and Food Laws."
Feb. 18, Friday J. D. Mlcklo, state
dairy and food commissioner,
speaks to Josephine County Legls -
latlve Club for Women, 2:30 p. m.
Feb. 18, Friday H. C. Seymour ftt
Grant Pass, high school, o-ifj; against the decree until ft concrete
East school, 10:30; Central school, involving America arises. Oer
1:16 p. m.; Riverside school, 2: 80 ' many. It Is believed, will apply the
p, gg, 'new order largely to ships plying off
Feb. 18, 19, 20, Friday-Sunday tn trans-Atlantic routes, and hence
State C. E. convention In Grants the chances of complications with the
Ptll j United States are regarded as remote1.
Feb. 28, Wednesday Musio club
concert, Italian evening, commer- made publlo Friday. ,
dal club rooms. Chairman Stone postponed today
Feb. 26 and 27, Saturday and Sunday, a moetlng of the senate foreign com
Col. T. W. Scott, ot Seattle, Wash., , mlttee. The Sterling resolution, pro
provincial officer of Washington, i testing against ftny recognition ot
Oregon and Idaho for the Salva- the new decree, will be pigeonholed,
tlon Army, will be here. however, when the committee does
Feb. 26, Saturday Local teachers' meet. '
Institute at Kerby.
Feb. 29, Tuesday Topsy-Turvy party
at Presbyterian church.
" be wedded In "white man faahlon "
Keen Kutter tools and cutlery at as. a result of mlslson workers play
the Rogue River Hardware. 660tf Ing the role ot cupld.
Tho sensation of tho San Frnncioeo Exposition
Graranteed to be the Original $100,000 Painting
Ladies only, 4 to G :30. General admission 7 to 10
Children under 10 must bo accompanied by parents.
GAIETY Today Only
15c to all
(Continued from page 1.)
After their brief conference neither
Lansing nor tho envoy would discuss
the situation, but It was understood
that In the event of a final settlement
at which the proposal Is aimed, the
department will not announce it until
von Iternstorff has cabled Berlin con
cerning it.
That tho latest memorandum Is
satisfactory was Intimated at the
state department, and unless the
White House asks a chance tho case
will be closed by making today's com
munication ft formal answer to the
last American Lusltanla note.
Washington, Feb. 16. Coincident
with Germany's first steps toward
final settlement or the Lusltanla
cases, official sentiment here todny
turned sharply against acquiescence
In the Teutonic plans to attack armed
merchant ships without warning.
High officials intimated that the
United States will uphold the allies
and deny Germany's right to sink
without warning vessels armed for
German Ambassador von Herns
torff requested to see Secretary Lans
ing at noon. At that time It was
expected he would present ft tenta
tive draft or Germany's final note In
the Lusltanla case. This, according
to reports, accepts America's sug
gested phraseology, but counters with
one or two minor suggestions for
changes In wording. Acceptance of
the note by the state department,
however, Is expected before the end
of the week.
State department headquarters
have suggested all along that they
upheld the Teutonic viewpoint that
unwarned attacks on armed merchant
vessels were Justifiable. Reversal of
this Idea Is understood to be the re
sult of President Wilson's study of
the situation and the caiMnet's con
sideration of the matter.
Some high state department au
thorities may' continue to support the
central powers' claims, tout the ad
ministration, It Is believed, will Insist
that submarines must meet the an
cient and established nflo of Interna
tional law permitting the defensive
armament of merchantmen.
The final attitude of the govern
ment, however, is not likely to be de
termined until the president's per
sonal envoy, Colonel Hoiue. returns
from Europe, It was Intimated to
day . He is now obtaining the Lon
don view and has already learned the
purpose and reasons for Germany In
conversations with Berlin officials.
He will not arrive much before March
1, hence the situation apparently will
-hang fire at least until that time,
Beyond acknowledging the decree,
officials said that no further cognlz-
ance of the Teutonlo plans will be
aken until after the allies announce
their position in the matter.
moreover, mere win De no pnuem
I Tne German Lusttania noie wm db
Fresno, Cal., Feb. 16. .Six Indian
I couples of "Squaw valley" will soon
No Photoplays
(Uy United Prs Leased Wire.)
Havre, Feb. 16. The allies have
formally renewed their solemn pledge
not to arrange a peace until the poli
tical Independence of Belgium baa
been re-established.
Eutunte diplomats went to the Bel
gian foreign ottlce here In a 'body and
presented ft joint message making
such a decree, presumably as a direct
answer to recent reports of peace
offers to Ut'lglum.
CLAS3I Ki El) AD i RATES 35 'words,
two Issues, 23c; six Issues, 50c;
one month, fl.EO, when paid In
advance. When not paid In ad-
a nee, 6c per Huo per Issue.
WANTED To rent 2 is or 3 li. p'.
oni(lm. J. R. HiihIi. R. F, D. No. 1.
hL.N.M DA14C strawberry farm for
sale, 98 acres, 35 cleared, 2 In
strawberries, 8 sub-Irrigated, un
developed water supply, house and
barn, three miles from Merlin. Ad
dress W. & Duller, Merlin, Ore. 76
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral bouse work. Inquire No.
2516, Courier. C71tf
NOTICE All persons Indebted to the
firm of C. P. Rlshop & Co., are
hereby notified to make arrange
ments for Immediate payment to
O. L. Ragan. Persons with ac
counts against the ilrm kindly send
ibllls at onto. C. P. Bishop & Co. 76
FOUND Lady's breast pin. Owner
can secure It from Paul" KIrker,
Public Service' building. 672
It Is said "every dog. has Its
day." Many people think
"apples" have had their day
and are neglecting their apple
trees; others have already pull
ed a lot of theirs out. Conse
quently, If you have a favorable
location for an apple orchard,
there Is probably no better time
than NOW to plant ft good ap
ple orchard. In five years time,
when your orchard should be
In bearing, apples will be com
manding a big price on the
market. Here are some of the
best commercial apples on the
market. Consider our predic
tion and arrange to plant at
least Ave acres this spring. -
Grimes Golden
Newtown Pippin
Rome Beauty
Mcintosh Red (
Vanderpool Red
The time to sell Is when every
one else wants to buy, and the
time to plant an orchard la
when everyone else Is of the
opposite mind. An apple orch
ard of good marketable varie
ties planted under favorable
conditions la bound to be profit
able. You can't figure It any.
other way. When you have de
cided the kind and number of
trees wanted, drop a line to ths
PANY, Orenco, Oregon, and
have us reserve the trees tor
Oregon Nursery Co.
Orenco, Ore.
Reliable Salomon Wanted '