Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, May 04, 1917, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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"The Americano"
From the aorst "Ulaae Derringer," which relates
the thrilling adventure of a breecy yoang American
mining engineer- la a i-eTOfaUoa-ewept Central American
VoK7 TOWGHT Also Tri.ngl comedy
Jlul UstTne Heart Strategy"
lora Y. M. C A. Work H
W. F. Gloeekner. who was called
to Portland on army Y. At. C. A. aer
vlce received a wire last nlnht ask
inj him to remain In southern Ore
gon for another week, devoting his
time to the work of the association.
He went to Ashland thi morning.
Garden Mining Held
The Joint committee or the Pa
trlotlc Service league and Chamber
of Commerce on vacant-lot gardening
met yesterday noon at the Chamber
of Commerce room, reported a great
number of lot and tracts of land
donated for garden purpose, and
laid plans for getting them used. A
nub-committee for that effort was appointed.
Helpful Bulletins
The Chamber of Commerce ha re
ceived from the Oregon Agricultural
college ooplea of four bttlletina that
are of very timely Intercut and ahould
help thoae atudying the food supply
question and wishing to help solve
It. Their airbjects are: Cold pack
method of canning; foods, food val
ues, menus; the home vegetable
garden, and the hen In town. The
Chamber will be glad to place these
In the hands of any who are Interested.
Saturday is Chaplin day. 94tf
Mrs. O. P. Harvey returned to
Glendale last night.
N. Heller and family of Copco, Cal.,
pent Thursday in the city, going to
Rogue River this morning.
Rev. and Mrs. P. A. Scott arrived
last night for Escondldo. Cal., ex
pecting to make this place their
Cascade linen box paper, 48 sheets
48 envelopes. 29c, at The Rexall
Store. 4i
Mrs. U A. Launer and son, Verne,
went to Portland yesterday to visit
with Mrs. Launer's sister. Mrs. Frank
Mrs. E. J. Sherwood arrived this
morning from Los Angeles and will
apend several weeks with her daugh
ter, Mrs. C. C. Roberts.
Claud Barden was a passenger on
No. 13 this morning, en route from
Vancouver to San Francisco, with
other soldiers of the U. S.
Miss Augusta Thomas, of Mil
waukee, Wis., arrived this morning
from Willow Springs to visit with
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wylberg at the
Homewood farm.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cook arrived
last night from Kittery Depot, Maine,
where they spent the past two and
one-half years at Mr. Cook's old
home.. They will again take up their
residence at Three Pines.
Engraved calling cards 100 cards
and plate, In script, $1.50; If plate
Is furnished. 100 cards for $1.
Mrs. Howard Shearer and baby ar
rived this morning from Cloverdale,
where they visited Dr. and Mrs.
Shearer, and will spend several weeka
with Mrs. Shearer's mother, Mrs.
Jennie Moss. Mr. Shearer Is at pres
ent employed in Detroit.
One Itej 'Only
Jules Verne's wonderful "30.000
Leagues Under the Sea." Joy
Theatre. Saturday matinee and evening.
Death of Mrs. Byrd
Mrs. Maude Holbruok Byrd, widow
of R. Iv. Byrd, died Thursday evening
aa lier home, 248 West O street, af
ter a long illness, having been a
semi-Invalid for the past nine years,
Deceased was born In Arkansas, June
16, 1877, coming to Grants Pass 13
years ago. She Is survived by two
sons Michael, aged 16, and Cnrrnl,
aged 11 years, her mother, living In
Arkansas, two sisters and a brother,
In Oklahoma. The funeral will be
held at the residence tomorrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. S. A. Doug
las officiating. Interment will be In
Granite Hill cemetery.
JOY Theatre
Irene Fenwick
Supported by Owen Moore In
"Coney Island Princess'
A corned ydrainu of Coney
Inland and Fifth Ave,
3c and I.V
The Wardrobe Cleaners
At 315 North Sixth street. Phone
147. Receiving office with Peerless
Clothing Co. Cleaning, pressing and
repairing. We call for and deliver, tf
f At the ltijou Saturday
; Rev. Thomas B. Gregory, in the
New York American says of The Fall
of a Nation: "I don't believe the Am
i erican lives who could see this won
, derful film without feeling that tin
j preparedness is a crime! If I were
j a rich man I'd make Thomaa Dixon
a present of a million dollars for
Just one seen In the play, the one
In which the Hon. Pla'.o Barker and
the Rev. Cuthbert Pike meet the
brutal Invaders of our country with
pink tea words about peace and love
and are set to peeling potatoes for
their idiocy. The grtat audience,
recognising in the Hon. Barker a
likeness to William Jennings Bryan,
came pretty near lifting the roof off
the building." 45
Dean 1). W. Morton, head ot the
department of commerce a I the state
university, will be the speaker at
the Chamber of Commerce luncheon
next Monday, taking the place of
President CamplHdl who wax tailed
to Washington to take port In a con
ference with the National t'ouni-ll or
Detenu. '
1 Vim Morton will speak on the
subject "The Part the liuslttess .Man
Must Play In Preparedness." The
subject Is especially timely, and a
man those life work has been teach
ing efficient inislness methods Is Just
the person to bring a valuable mess
age to business men when ao much
In our national defense plans de
pends upon an efficient co-operation
all along the line.
Dry Slab Wood
Williams Wood
Mm of Garden Lots
The committee on securing vacant
lots for garden purposes announces
that all such lots and tracts will be
listed at the office of the city re
corder, where those desiring to use
one or more can inspect the list and
arrange for securing same.
1 A number of inquiries that have
coma to the Red Cross office will be
answered try the excerpt from a letter
There will to a meeting this even
ing at S o'clock In the Chamber of
Commerce rooms, of the committee
for securing people to plant vacant
lots to gardens. This committee, act
ing as a sub-committee of the gen
eral one representing the Chamber
of Commerce and Patriotic Service
league in the va ant-lot campaign,
will conduct a hunt for those who
will take advantage of the Urge num
ber of lots that have donated
ir tills purpose. The tgmmlttee
innsists of the following' It. K.
Hackett, chairman, Mrs- Nia H.
( unnell, Dr. W, W Walker. Judx
Iljlman. J. H. Wlll'amr. Dr. Dilling
ham, George 8wlnney, J. F. Wolfera
berger. Chas. Burkhalter. Mrs. Geo.
Riddle. .Mrs. Amos Smith, Mrs. Alice
Mallory. Mrs. W. P. Counts. P. A.,
Griffin, Otto Knlps. Will Trimble,
George W. Uwls. C. R. Plfleld, Mrs.
E. C. Dixon, Mrs. A. B. Pratt, Mrs.
S. Loughrldge. Mrs. E. C. Mac
Chamber Trustee Meet
The board of trustees of the Cham
ber of Commerce held a business
meeting yesterday noon, audited the
month's routine bills, confirmed the
arrangement whereby Manager Shel
don is to give part of his time to his
new duty as editor of the Courier,
and discussed the water situation as
respects the strong campaign being
made for vacant-lot gardens.
received from the San Francisco of
j flee: "In a few days our warehouse
will 'be established here from which
we will be able to supply you with
raw materials for making dressings.;
and garments at cost. Red Cross pins
are being manufactured here so will
be able to supply you In a short time.
These are to be sold to members only
at 25 rents each. John I.. Clymer,
director Pacific division."
May Time Is Dance Time
Murphy, Saturday, the 12th, 9 till
3; Frultdale orchestra) midnight
lunch, $1.50. (48
Wetitem I'nlon Operator
F. E. Stewart arrived a few days
ago from Salem and is now In charge
of the Western Union up-town of
fice, having been an employe of the
Western I'nlon for many years. Mr.
and Mrs. Stewart are located at 210
South Fifth street.
New York, May 4. -Count Adam
Tarnowskl von Tarnow, who was
sent to the Cnlted States as Austrian
ambassador but was never received,
was to sail from New York today,
bound for Vienna, via Holland. He
was accompanied by all Austrian con
suls and attaches and by several Oer
muns from China.
Washington, May 4. Incomplete
state department statistics today
showed Germany had sunk or at
tempted to sink al least twenty-two
American ships and has sacriMctd
over three hundred American lives.
Including women and children, dur
ing the war.
If you did not vote at the pri
mary or general election In 191(1, you
have until 5 o'clock, p. m., Saturday,
May 19. 1917, In which to register
for the special election, June 4, 1917.
57 County Clerk.
NEW TOli 4. Y
Printed Calling Cards
Eleven styles to select from, 50
for 50c; 100 for 90c, at the Courier.
BIJOU Theatre
One Day Only. Saturday. May 5
The infill text picture of world conflict that the brain of mini ban
yet realised
The Fall ff
a Nation
Thomas I ion's thrilling spectacle of America's future, with a cen
tral love Uieme of engrossing power.
This In the Hiwt original score ever written hy an eminent roniMMer
to acromiMMiy a great picture. It wilt he pen-formed In Its mugnlrl.
cent entirety during the presentations here by the ltijou Orchestra
Rohm Zumwalt, Director,
Mnilnee nt :t p. m.
Admission 1M rents, Children 1.1 centN
words, two Issues, 25c; six Issues,
50c; one month, (1.50, when paid in
advance. When not paid In advance,
Be per line per issue.)
DRY SLAB wood. PhoneT 1ST-R.
Williams Wood Yard. 26tt
FOR SALE -Sorrel mare, weight
about 1.201); sound, gentle, fut
and one or the best field or roud
workers, single or double, in coun
ty. Also Kft acres, well improved,
7 miles out', to exchange; team
and tools go with place. Partic
ulars at 72'i South Seventh street,
city. 4Gtf
FOR SALE Flve-fiassonger Over
land in good condition. At great
sacrifice If taken at once. Investi
gate this. Address No. 8!6, care
Courier, 46
1X)ST At the show grounds or In
tent, gold pin, round, Finder
please leave at Courier office. No.
H53. 46
FOR 8AI,K One two-stamp mill,
850 pound stamps. Complete to
run except plates, for flliO cash.
M. 8. Johnson, Gold Hill, Ore. GO
Shoes for Spring
and Summer Wear
White Cams, White Hue
Mack Kid Vantu With White
Kid Too. AImi All While Canvas
Gray Mil Vamp With Gray latent Imiilier mp. White
lluck To nr Old hi ry Top
Men's, women's and children's Tennis Shoes,
Oxfords and Pumps. Women's low
heel Emmy Lou Pumps; also white
canvas with high heels.
EL L. Bartlett
101 Sixth Street.
Mat luce and Evening
The Oi-eatext Motion Picture In the World
Jules Verne's
"20,000 Leagues Under
the Sea"
The only production of Its kind In the worl Hie only pliotiMlrainii
M'tiially photographed at the IxKloin of the ocean, amidst huge
charging sharks, the feared tlgcis or the mighty deep.
The production that reoulrcd more than mo yciir In the making H
n cost exceeding n half million dollars.
The dream of the wildest romancer, outdone.
The production that reveals to the people of the earth, the Strang
t sight of the ocean's dtlis; sights that for thousands of ren
hirlcft have lieen denied to mankind,
Admlsalon 'ill cent... Children I i) cent,.. Two full shows... Matinee
tomorrow afternoon will start at 1:30 o'clock.
Rut they are mighty good citing lien they have been properly
fed and scientifically butchered... Our pig steak nnd cluqw are ten.
der, delicious, apeUr.Ing, and never a "squeal.".. Est a pig.
Other steaks, too,
Our Compound la a good substitute for lard, and much cheaper.
in 58 - 85c
in 10s - $1.65
Phone 134