Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, March 11, 1917, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    DAILY ROQrC RIVER OOIKIKR "
V1TOAY, MARCH II, 1IT
Edctcr Sunday April 8th
, 'm will awrcr know watt really good clothes yen m bay din
. linctlv rlothea that Mr Modrrt la pricey yet dlCerert la almost
every eaaentiat from the ordinary until yoa hav mads "up yoar
mind to toot Kd. V. Price A Co, tailored to order rtothew by wear
. tag theaa,' - ' . :
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Saturday to Chaplin day. 994tf
. . J. G. Rlggs and H. A. Hagman were
Glendale visitors yesterday
Isaac Beat waa visitor yesterday
in Ashland attending to business.
Don't wait for spring, be ready and
get your seeds at Cramer Bros. 998
Mrs. C M. Latnrop went to Hugo
- thia morning to spend several days
.." - visiting.' ' .
v Rev. "W." F. Gloeckner went to
Glendale yesterday to spend several
days. ' ' '
New Spencer sweet pea seed at
Cramer Bros. ' ... 998
Henry Steger returned yesterday to
Merlin alter several days in the city
, v on business. u -
J. R. Smith spent Saturday after
noon in Medford. driving back in his
automobile,
, W. L. Ireland spent a short time
in Merlin, returning here yesterday
.. afternoon.
v '. ' l - uul mA laar fertilizer at
r.. Ttrnm r" - 998
t fhariH Rurhhalter snent Saturday
attending to business matters at Cen
tral Point and Medford
" J. 'A' Jntlss. of Merlin, waa a
lock) iisltor' yesterday returning .to
ExtnK valiies 4 I4ie Un Mils
. an sale at Stv - Mrs Rehkepf. 97ttf
v . Mrs. W. . WfleaTiw.Teinrneu jwe
i terdai to .Rogue River .after spending
V'f short tiaW VIsltiD here V-
W. B., ; OilmoreA of' Rerby. spent
- Friday and Saturday in the city, reg-
. istering at the Josephine
Chick feed, chick grit end chick
shell at Cramer Bros. 998
Mr. and Mrs. Will Estes arrived
yesterday morning from Weed to vis
It here for a short time.
Attorney A. C. Hough returned Frl
aav eveniuK irum m Beri uas
to Medford snd Jacksonville.
J. K Msnuel went to Medford yes
terday to unlosd a car of Metx auto
mobiles which be had ordered
Pruning shears for-roses and shrub
bery st Crsmer Bros. ' 998
. w. D. (ieonce. ot Reroy, was a rn-
. . day and Saturday visitor in the city
- stopping at the Grants Pass.
Mrs. V. T. Truss returned Friday
evenins irom Medford .- where she
spent several daya visiting friends.
Attorney L. P. Miller left yester
day morning on a several weeks trip
" to Chicago where he will visit rela
tives. . . . '
. "Vapo Cresolene." Sabln has it.
Mrs. Thomas Ahem returned Frl-
J 1 V. 4 am l.nmn t U II 17 rt a ft Of
visiting for several days In the city
with friends.
Mrs. Berths Wllllsms. who has
been visiting here for a short time
( with Mrs. F. Annls, returned yes
. .. terday to her home at Rogue River.
fl . Mrs. T. A. -Dickinson left Friday
night tor her home at Dayton, Wash.,
after spending the winter in the city
vlHitinz with her son. George R.
Dickinson. -
' " time-sulphur spray In 5 gallon
cans at Cramer Bros. 998
""' Miss Nellie Storey left Friday night
a for Sutherlin, where she Is teaching
. school. She has been spending ev
. era! weeks In the city with her fath
. er,' Samuel Storey.
The Peter Pan girl,
Marie lnrt),
In ; ' . V ',
Tlie UK"..
A Paramount picture),
Tonight, ...
Mar theater .
Calhoun
street
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LOCAL :
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wise and
daughter, of Holland, spent Satur
day visiting in the city wKh Mrs.
Wise's mother, Mrs. N. F. Clements.
. Mr. and Mm. S. F. Roland and
daughter arrived here recently from
Roseburg where they have .been vis
iting. They Intend to make their
home in this city.
Charles Chaplin in "The Floor
walker" will stay with us tonight.
The Bijou. 998
Earle snd Theodore Wallace left
Friday night for Portland to take the
final examinations for entry Into the
aviation section of the army. They
will be stationed at San Diego. A
call for 2.500 recruits for this branch
of the service has been made.
Orders tor roses and plants taken
at catalogue prices by Cramer Bros.
C. G. Murphy is in the city for a
short time from the Mountain Lion
mine above Murphy. Mr. Murphy
who has a part Interest in the mine
states that a shaft has been sunk to
a depth ot 100 feet and that the qual
ity of the ore Improves the deeper
the shaft Is sunk.
Girl Horn Saturday .
A daughter .was born Saturday
morning In Jlr," and Mrs. Lloyd. Dar
ren, of this city.
i fV; ' -t.
AprB taiinopollUa j
At Clemens, the Rexall Store. 998
Piano Tuner Coming
Wm. Debley, the old reliable piano
tuner, will be in Grants Pass tomor
row. Phone your orders to 126-J.
Buying Millinery Stock ,
Mrs. M. P. Anderson leaves .this
morning for San Francisco, where
she will spend two weeks selecting
her new spring millinery stock.
Social Next Tuesday
A social will be given Tuesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. A. B.
Cornell, B street, by the Udies' Aid
of Newman Methodist Episcopal
church. All are invited.
Moofte Elect .
At the meeting of the Moose lodge
Tuesday evening, the following of
ficers were elected, who will take
their chairs on next Tuesday: Ar
thur Dunn, dictator; W. R. Rannle,
vice-dictator; James Martin, prelate;
Perrie Gunning, inner guard; E. W,
Inman, outer guard.
ItoM for the Parka
The Park commission has receiv
ed from the University of Oregon two
dozen 2-year old roses for use In
beautifying the parks of the city. Sam
H. Baker also donated three dozen
roses which have been set out In the
railroad park, replacing the bushes
which had to be removed.
New Books at the Ubrary
The public library has recently re
ceived a shipment of 165 new books
which has been placed upon the
shelves and In circulation. The list
of titles Includes a good proportion
ot non-flctlon for adult readers as
well as children's books and late fic
tion. Phone tttlmore'a Btoi
For numbers for the St. Patrick's
day dance at Murphy. 99
Mr. Casey Loraie In Rosebttrg
J. M. Casey, who left here recent
ly to locate In Aosdburg, has pur
chased the Club cigar store In that
city and Is making plans for re
modeling the establishment. He ex
pects to have one of the most modern
cigar stores In Roseburg when his
plans are accomplished. Mr, Casey
conducted a grocery store here and
later the iBIJou theater. He has now
bought a dwelling at Roseburg and
Intends to remain there permanently.
2
Saw A. Solomon, local manager of
the Wonder Stores Co., on Saturday
received newa of the sudden death
of II. A. Baron, president of the
Wonder Store Co., which occurred
at Omaha, where he waa opening
another atore. Mr. Baron was a 3 2d
degree Maton and a realdent of Port
land.
Mr. lonard Delayed
C. M. Leonard, of the 1-eonard
Orchards, has notified Clyde E. Nlles.
manager of the farm here, that he
ran not arrive ,1n Grants Pass by
Monday In time to attend the ban
qnet at the annual meeting of the
Commercial club. He will be here
at a later date, v
OnmpoMd Hawaiian Song-
James W. Casey, manager of the
Echo Music Publishing Co., of Seat
tie. waa In the cHy Friday Intro
ducing "My Hawaii, You're Calling
Me," a popular sheet music by an
Oregon composer, which Is having
a ohenomenal aale. Mr. Casey Is
himself the composer of "Hawaiian
Echoes," and other popular songs.
Honors for Matthew Riddle
Matthew Riddle, ot thia city, atu.
dent at Reed college, has been of
fered the position of assistant to
Prof. Frye of the University of Wash.
ington, in recognition of his work at
the Friday Harbor Marine station
last aummer. Mr.' Riddle has also
been granted four full college cred
its by the University ot Wsshinglon
tor his work at that place.
Tert Oregon Clay
Mesdames V. I. Megargle, C. H
Demaray, H. Doerner. E. G, Harris
and Miss Cells Doerner met at the
Harris home on A street Friday af
ternoon and for the first time mold.
ed Oregon clay. Mrs. Hsrrls ststes
that there are great prospects tor
clsy work in Oregon. The material
was brought from the C. H. McCsnn
plsce at Wlldervtlle.- Those present
report an Interesting as well s
profitable afternoon.
Observe Parents' Week-
Next week wDl be observed as Par
ents' week at the East achool. Each
'room will have Its regular work in
the forenoons while the afternoons
will be devoted to special exercises.
The time for the special exerciss un
der the different teachers Is as fol
lows: Miss Motley, 1:15 to 1:30
Monday; Mrs. Woodwsrd, 2:30 to
3:30 Monday; Mrs. Dunn, 1:15 to
t:tO Tuesday; Miss Green 2:30 to
3:30 Tuesday; Miss Campbell 2:30 to
3:S0 Wednesdsy; Miss Henry 2:30
to 8:30 Thursday; Miss Albrecht
2:30 to 3:30 Friday.' All patrons or
the school are Invited to these ses
sions.
OOMJNa EVENTS 4
Mar. 13, Tuesday Grants Pass Music!
club chorus practice in Commer-1
cial club rooms st i -45 p. m.
Mar. 14, Wednesday Dr. Sheldon,
dean of School of Education, V.
of O., at Commercial club roonia,
8 p. m.
Mar. 16, Friday. 9t. Patrick's Day
social at the Baptist churcb.
April 12. 13, 14. Meeting of the 1st
Southern Oregon District Federa
tion of Women's clubs st Grant
Pass.
PAGE Bedford
Houtliern Oregon's Greatest
Place of Amusement
Tuesday
Evg., March
20
Cohan and Harris, who ..pre
sented "Hit the Trail Holllday"
a few weeks ago. Another
success
Critics claim better than
"Within The Lhw," Margaret
llllngton'ft great triumph. A
play that stands out as a nov.
elty and full of kirk." Mall
orders now. Heat sale Satur
day, March 17.
Prior -Lower floor, first four
rows, 91.80s balance, $1.00.
Rnlrony, first four rows, tl.OO
next four rows, 7ltc Iwlanre,
50c '
Woader Store Officer I) leu .
ALL jtRljViS ALL
STAR IlJjj 1 HTAII
CAST V-5 T
FOUND GU1TY IN
LONDON POISON PLOT
Loudon, Mar. 10. Mrs. Alice
Wheelden, leader In the poison plot
which had as Its Object the murder
of Lloyd-George, was sentenced to ten
years Imprisonment late this after
noon.
Mrs. Winnie Mason, daughter of
Mrs. Wheelden, waa sentenced to five
years Imprisonment. ' Others Invol
ved In the sensational plot, luolitd
ing Hettle Wheelden, another dangh-
ten, were found not guilty.
TO THE INSURING PVRLIC
Relieved of the duties of county
treasurer. I am now devoting my
time to insurance, etc. With it
years' experience, and nine choice
Fire Insurance companies, I van give
your business proper attention, snd
absolute protection tor premiums
paid. I also represent the National
Surety compauy, doing the largest
business in the world. Also automo
biles, plate glass, and accident In
surance.
Will rent, or sell your property.
Soldiers' snd widows' pensions suc
cessfully prosecuted.
Office corner of Sixth and C streets,
phone 127-J.
J. E. PETERSON.
P. O. Box 46.1. Grants Pass, Ore.
"HOl'SK OF GLA8J4,M
PAGE THEATRE, MEDFORD
Clyde Fogel a prominent member
or The House of Glass Co., that ap
pears In Medford Tuesday night,
March 20, is sn honor man from (he
University ot Oregon and a native or
Eugene, where hla mother still re
sides. The forthcoming appearance
of Mr. Fogel will be his first in his
native state as an actor, and no dotftt
hundreds of fellow collegians will
give him a warm welcome through
out the stste. Mr. Fogel under the
tutorship of such masters as George
M. Cohan and others haa become one
of the leading light comedians of the
American stage. 998
A classified ad will xlve results.
T
NEW TOD4Y
(CLASSIFIED AD RATES. 25
words, two issues, 25c; six issues,
50c; one month, $1.50, when paid in
advance, r When not paid In advance,
5c per line per issue.)
BARGAIN SALE Modern, six
room bouse with two lots, tine lo
cation, at 220 West B street. Only
11,500. See N. E. Townaend, 621
A street. .03
CARLOAD SEASONED WOOD Just
received. Order quick. Going fast
A. N. Parsons, phone 9-R. 99S
WANTED To buy, seversl good
milk cows.. Must be good cows and
gentle. Also four young, pigs
and about three doxen good lay
ing hens. Phone 24 2-L or address
Mrs.- A. M. Evenson. K 2 r. South
4th street. 999
TO TRADE Three-speed Harley
Davidson motorcycle. What have
you to offer? Address Courier,
No. 420. BBS
THREE-ACRE tract for rent on
North Second street, windmill and
buildings. Phone 240-K or call at
219 C street. 998
JOSEPH MOSS AGENCY Fire In
surance, plate glass, accident and
liability insurance. Mrs. Joseph
Moss. Mgr., 204 H N. 6th St. S-tf
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, Zatha
Fitzgerald, In Best-Fuller Reslty
company office, 206 North th
stiet. ( tf
FIRE INSURANCE THAT INSURES
There is not a Mutual Company
In my agency. I represent only
'flmt class stock companies, with
large capital, that pay all losses
promptly snd In full. Call on me
for rates and information, Harry
II. Allyn. "The Insurance Man."
208 4 Sixth street. 998
FOR SALE O RRBNT cheap, five
room house, elose In. For par
ticulars, call at 220 K street,
Orsnts Pass. 03
1,000 TO LOAN on city property.
V. A. Clements. 998
FOR BALE 4 room plastered house
F and Third street at 1500. 120
cash balance $8 per month.
2 story, 6 room house and 2 lots,
A and Eighth streets at $450, and
the adjoining 50x280 feet. 1 story
house plastered down stairs, house
cost over 11,000, about 5 years
old, price $325, U A. Launer,
Real Estate...
998
FOR 8AJLE White Rock and Black
' Minorca eggi, $1.00 per setting of
18, 1018 Orchard Ave., or Mrs.
A. T. Lewis, 1038 North Eth-itreet.
FOR SALE Davenport, roller bear
ing, Iron wagon In good condition.
Address No, 4 25, Courier. 999
. Report of the Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF SOUTHERN OREGON
, Reooarcea
Loans and Discounts.:. IHS.r.JUX
V. S. Bonds and Other Bonds
and Warranta 707174
Stock In Federal Reserve Bank S.a&O.OO
Bauk Dutldlng and Fixtures ... iS.000.00
Other Real Estate iS.eKO.00
tah and KxrlMtnge-.... HA,014.HJt
GERMANY'S TRIBUTE
TO COUNT
Berlin. Mar. 10. Germany's trib
ute to Count von Zeppelin, laid to
rest today, could not be better ex
pressed thsn In the eulogy of his
name and achievements In Berlin's
newspapers.
Through It all ran a note of regret
that the great Inventor, .although he
lived to see the war triumphs of bis
inventive genius, could not have lived
a little longer, to have witnessed the
same triumphs In peace time.
"Who does not remember the sum
mer of 1909, when a Zeppelin appear
ed over seversl German towns for
the first time.'' asked the Berlin Tage
blntt today drawing a parallel be
tween Montgolflr. the French balloon
ist, and Count von Zeppelin. "When
Montgolflr flew from Marshfleld to
Paris, philosophers pictured eternal
peace through this means of commu
nication. Then came the revolution,
the Napoleonic wars. Europe swsm
In blood.
"When Zeppelin first flew over the
land, we had the optimistic feeling
In the empire's eternal peace. Like
Zeppelin, we expected his airship to
glide In peaceful triumphs.
"We love Zeppelin's memory, es
pecially for the seal with which he
followed his aim, despite misfor
tunes. His name cannot die. The
name that until now has been dread
ful to Germany's enemies, will earn
a better triumph when peace comes.
He will never be forgotten. The
fatherland loved him, as he loved the
fatherland."
CAIID OF THANKS
We wish to express our ' sincere
thanks to the. friends and neighbors
who showed kindnesses during our
bereavement In the death ot our baby,
Bessie -May.
MR. and MRS. FRANK J. WILLIAMS
VeOwnThem
BUT
You Ought to
Harness
Bridles
Saddles
Robes
Blankets
The prices are too small to
' mention . ,
JEWELL
Hdw. Co.
GRANT PAW), OREGON
MARtH S, 10IT
liabilities
Capital Stock - - I
Burplua and Undivided Profits
Reserved for Taxes
Circulation
Itepoalts .,
I54.77I.N5
Start Right
With mi Aulonwtlo Klertrtr Washer, fnll houe
I IMt, ami I will lie (ll lo ileiiMiamlrate iht An.
; tiunatle to you, In your own home If ym wish.
The trire la very reamtaulile and I offer liberal
terms, monthly payments. Give the Automatic
, trial.
R. S. BUSH, Propr.
Bush Electric Store
Itay Mrrtrtc GockU at the Kleetrie Mae
U.UKI IIOMI1 FOUNT
IN CLEVELAND HTATIO
-;
Cleveland, Mar. 10. A bomb con
taining plrrate o( ammonia was found
planted In the waiting room of the
union station here today. It had a
three foot fuse. Detectives said they
were convinced they had thwarted a
plan to blow up the station.
MTAIIT FIGHT TO OBTAIN
SITE KOIt NAVAL IIAHE
Astoria, Mar. 10. Mayor Harley
today sturted fight to have .Astoria
annex the C. F. Hammond lumber
tract, which Is needed for a govern
ment naval base, with the. Idea thst
SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS
FOR. GARDEN AND FIELD V P J L
RED CLOVER AND ALFALFA ' "
- EARLY POTATOES
Also Wizard Fertilizer, The best known. Now is '
the time to put it on your lawn.
J. PARDEE
Phone 281 202 South 6th Street
Chevrolet
Economy is not the low price that buys a car.
Economy is the low cost that keeps it.
The minimum maintenance . expense of the
Chevrolet has excited public comment time and
time again.... Tou are assured of economy for
economy has been built into thin
sideration has been uppermost in the minds of t4
A car correctly built is easily kept. This means .
that it must be of light weight, and of lasting con
. struction. , . a
You will find these points in the Chevrolet. For
this reason, you will, also, find it an economical
car to keep, It is never a burden. We ha ve seen
to that. And we have made sure of it.
CHEVROLET MOTOR CO.
W. 5. MAXWELL, Agent
50.000.011
16,141.00
9.l
1I.&00.00
4a7.1W.r)0
,
$548,771.81
It be condemned, purchased at a fa tap
price and given to Uncle 6am free.
The annexation proposition Is to
be voted on.
The Helm "board, which recently
inspected seversl proposed naval base
sites, declared In favor of Astoria
provided the property could be rea
sonsbly obtained. Owners of the de
sired land now claim It Is worth
$75,000. although It is assessed at
$9,930. , .
Economy