Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, May 08, 1917, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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Tl KHDAY. .MAY It, 11T
FOUR LOCAL BOYS TO
TRAIN AS OFFICERS
SATURDAY IS FOR
AGRICULTURAL OEfEHSE
PERSSNdL ? LOCAL ;
BHJOU Theatre
Saturday It Chaplin day. i4tf
Harry Powers went to Dorrla this
doming to apend the summer at the
Ilia.
lira. V. a. Clements la spending
the day at Ashland oa professional
luatnews.
. New aport shirts, the very latest,
it Mrs. Rehkopf's. 4tt
Attorney Richard and Durham
tent to Portland last night on a
tuaineM trip.
Harvey Isham will Work at tha
Ifosterson-flllkey mill this summer,
having (or Dorrls this morning.
Mrs. Elmer Oil more went to Aih
lud this morning, called there on
Kcount of the Ulneea of her couain.
J. J. Holl and wife left this morn
lit for MoClood to remain, having
told melr 10-acre tract near the city
ts Mrs. Will Lempke,
New- Crepe de chine walata at Mrs.
RthkopTs. . 4tt
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Klein sad little
(tngtiter, Crystal, of Milwaukee,
Wis., -spent day with Mr. and Mrs.
I A. DeOenanK, leaving north last
illht
W. F. Gloeckner went to Wolf
Creek and Maud this morning In
n Interest of the V. 8. soldiers ata-
Honed along the Southern Pacific
Visa Nellie Ober. of Auburn. Ind.
rho spent several days, with Mr. and
Ira. W. S. Maxwell, and also visited
Dryden, left north this morning,
ud win stop at Sutherlin.
"Swan Down," Tetlow's. Sabln
afra M. A. Sir, who spent several
days with her daughter, Mrs. J. H.
toiler, left this morning for her
tome at Myrtle Creek.
Mrs. A. C. Archbold left this
oralng for Cor vail Is and will later
10 to Spokane, her husband having
teen ordered to report at San Fran
dico, for the officers reserve.
Mrs. K. M. C. Neill and daughter
tent to Portland last night. They
ere accompanied by Mrs. Neill's
other, Mrs. Phil Metschan. who Is
returning home after spending four
or fire weeks at Ardencralg.
Engraved calling cards 100 cards
ud plate. In script, 11.50; if plate
b furnished, 100 cards' for $1.
r iahd us mil
DK TO HELP SOLDIERS
So many efforts for helping the
boys who have enlisted are to be un
dertaken by the local chapter of the
Girls Honor Guard that funds are
seeded. To help in that matter, the
(iris have decided to give a dance at
the Waldorf next Friday evening.
Hay 11. The general public is in
rtted. Proceeds will be devoted to
helpful patriotic work for the bene
llt of the enlisting men; and, so far
u possible, those going from this
nasty.
L
A telegram received from Claude
Smith states that the following
Orants Paia boys will go through
Ibis city on No. 13, Wednesday
uiuruius. una num, Alexander
Watts. Edgar Schrlinpf, William Pol
lock, Kigali Roberts, Maiden IeRoy,
Wesley Woodcock, Arthur Savage
and Claude Smith.
(IIIKKK 8IIII IS tsl'XK
BY TRITON HVBMARIXB
N'ewr York, May 8. The Creek
Heamablp Parthenon has been sunk
by a submarine, according to a mess-
ije received here today by her own
en. The ship, with her cargo, was
rallied at 14,000.000. The Par
thenon sailed April 14 for Havre,
France.
TIE MOST PRETENTIOUS
CIMI EVER
tfree Marie Ureiwler and
Jotuaity Htne In "Tlllle
Wakes I p." a five-part llrady.
mavde Hot of clean fun.
t
Star
Tonight and
Wednesday
More Maxwell
George W. Collard, of Kerby. and
W. H. Hull, of the DeArmond ranch,
are late purchasers of Maxwell cars,
through the Benj. Collins agency.
8t. lake's Guild
The regular business and social
meeting of St. Luke's guild will be
held on Wednesday afternoon at S
o'clock at the Guild hall.
Dry Slab Wood
Williams Wood
1S7-R.
Yard,
phone
Stf
Hebeaah Anniversary Tonight
On this evening members of Etna
Rebekah lodge No, 49. their hus
bands and sweethearts will celebrate
the 25th anniversary of the order.
A short entertainment at 8 o'clock
will he followed by a social evening.
All are Invited.
Somebody lied -
It's our Saturday night dance that
stops at It. Our next week dance
commences at 13:01. No half-way
"dolus" at Murphy. Four piece or
chestra. Midnight lunch. $1.50.
May 12. . 4
Parent-Teacher Association
A business meeting of the Parent
Teacher association will be held at
the Central school on Thursday next
at 3:30 for the election of vice-president
and of secretary. Reports of
the year's work and discussion of the
subject of school gardens In Grants
Pass. This will be the last meeting
of the current year and a full atten
dance la desired.
The Wardrobe Cleaners
At 31S North Sixth street. Phone
147. -Receiving office with Peerless
Clothing Co. Cleaning, pressing snd
repairing. We call for and deliver, tf
Harder In the Service
Word has been received here that
H. H. Baaler Is now regularly In
stalled as assistant paymaster at the
IT. S. navy yard, and his son, Loren,
Is rornetist In the marine band at
tached to the T. 3. 3. Philadelphia,
the training ship stationed at Brem
erton. Vernor Basler Is under orders
to report at the training camp at San
Francisco Sunday, morning.
Fair Store Changes Hands
C. E. Farnsworth, who recently
purchased the Fair store from Chas.
Counts, has sold the business to
Messrs. Klitz ft Morrow, who have
already taken charge. Mr. Farns
worth expects to leave In a few days
for the north to take tip a business
proposition which he has had under
consideration for some time. Mrs.
Farnsworth and the three children
will remain In Grants Pass for some
time.
Honor Guard Holds Meeting
A business meeting of the Girls'
Honor Guard was held last evening
at the Chamber of Commerce. Sev
eral Important questions came up for
discussion. Two lines of activity
were determined upon; the collec
tion of magazines and other good
reading material and sending same
to soldiers In camp or on patrol
duty; and the making of mending
cases for soldiers. Each girl Is to
make at least one, and If possible,
more such cases, which are much ap
preciated by the boys on duty.
Printed Calling Cards
Eleven styles to select from, B0
for 50c; 100 for 90c, at the Courier.
FRANCE HORKOWB Hl'GK Hl'M
FROM AMERICA'S WAR CHEST
Washington, May 8. A loan or
$100,000,000 was made today to
France. This Is France's first share
In the I'), 000, 000, 000 war chest.
Secretary McAdoo turned over the
equivalent of the sum to the French
ambassador and he signed the obli
gation for his government.
Calling cards at the Courier.
Coming
Wilfred Ijtira and all-star
TriiuiKle cart, in "Jim lUudso,"
InvmhI on poem from John Hay's
"like County Ilallad,"
Star Theatre
San Francisco, May S. The west
ern department of the army at noon
today released a partial Hat of men
who have been selected for enroll
ment la the oOoera' reserve train
ing camp to begin at the presidio
May 15. A small supplementary list
will be Issued about May 11.
Among the names are: Alston C.
Archbold, Vernon I. Baaler, Theo. P.
Cramer Jr., and Henry IX Elamann,
all of Granta Pass.
COMMITTEE HAS LANDS
FOR MM MORE GARDENS
The problem 'now confronting the
garden committee of the Patriotic
Service lxue Is not to find more
vacant lota but to get people to use
those already donated. The supply
of lots ts ample, and now that the
water rate matter la settled, the com
mittee will turn its efforts' toward
having gardens planted. '
Additional lots have been donated
by Mrs. Violet Clements, the Booth
Estate. J. E. Hair. Dr. Britten, K. I
Coe. Mrs, C. H. Woodward. ' Mrs.
lllrachberger. Mrs. Mollis Belding.
J. H. Ahlf and A. N Parsons.
UNIT HAS SAILED
New York, May 8. An American
contingent of 26 surgeons, (5 women
nurses and 153 enlisted men sailed
for Europe from a United States part
today. It was the first corps to go
abroad with regular army surgeons
In its personnel. A surgeon of the
regular army is in command. A
number of the surgeons are from
Lakeside hospital, Cleveland. Ohio.
A classified ad brings results. (
letterheads that will please you, at
the Courier.
NEW TODAY
(CLASSIFIED AO RATES. 25
words, two Issues, 25c; six Issuea,
50c; one month. It. 50, when paid In
advance. When not paid In advance,
5c per line per Issue.)
DRY SLAB wood. Phone 13T-R.
Williams Wood Yard. 2ttf
DRY FIR WOOD, dry fir sliibs. dry
kindling. Parsons Wood Yard.
Phones 9-R and 101-R. 50
WANTED Girl to do light house
keeping $ to 8 hours a day. J
Pardee, phone 26-J. 49
WANTED AT ONCE First class ex
perienced grocery clerk, who can
sell goods. Give references and
state salary. Address No. 880 care
Courier. 48
TOR SALE Team of ponies, good
drivers. Will work anywhere. Can
be seen at 894 North 10th street.
Telephone 282-R. 49
FOR RENT Nicely furnished cot
tage, close In. Inquire at 655
North Fifth street. 53
Joy Tonight
and Wednesday
ISIurhlrd PhoptoplayN, Inc.
I'rvM-ntN Another
MUH WKIIKIl
lroductln
Introducing
Mary MacLaren
The Hfrolne of "Shoes"
. Harrison Ford .
The Screen's Cleverest Lead
ing Man
In Thorns Kdgeluw's Tale
"The Mysterious
' Mrs. M."
A ,Hry of Gripping Interest
UnfTIIrm Hie riot-DnbTtlve
combining Novelty and Orlgi.
nnllty of Theme.
XMKDY
"A HTKANUKH IN II IN OWN
HOMK"
With
Jane Gail and Matt Moore
Next Saturday, May 13th. wlll.be
"Agriculture Defense Day" in Ore
gon. The program of the food prepared
ness campaign being waged by the
governor and his representatives,
largely connected with the agricul
tural college, will be farrled Into
every nook and corner of the state
on thla all-Important day.' I'rotrWbly
over a thousand meetings will be
held In Oregon Saturday. to plan for
a greatly Increased food production.
The Josephine county agricultural
council met yesterday noon at the
Chamber of Commerce and made
plans for the work In this county.
Meetings will be 'held at thirteen
places next Saturday evening as fol
lows; Spenre hall, Dryden Grange
hall. Wlldervllle school house,
Jerome Prairie school house. Fruit-
dale Grange hall. Murphy Orange
hall, Williams hall. Rogue River
Grange hall, Hugo, Merlin, Wolf
Creek, Winona and Provolt. Com
petent leaders will conduct each
meeting, who have previously been
Informed of the scope and details Of
the work.
WW RANCH HOLSTEIKS
MAKE SPIE10 RECORDS
The first A. It. O. (Advanced Reg
istry Official I records made, at Win
ona ranch with registered Hoisted)
cattle were completed laat week. Ri
mer Post, of the O. A. C, has been
supervising these official tests dur
ing the past week, representing the
college and the Holsleln-Freslan as
sociation of America Jointly. Two
A. R. O. records were made by the
young heifers, Belle Hamlin De Kol
and Belle Komdyke Atcartra. The
former made 12 pounds of butter
from 350 pounds of milk In seven
days: while the latter made 10
pounds of butter from 280 pounds of
milk In seven days. Both rerords
were made about two months after
freshening.
These are the second and third
official records ever made In Jose
phine county, the first also on a Hoi
stein cow having 'been by the River
Ranks farm several months ago. A
R. O. testing will be a regular fea
ture at Winona and River Banks
from now on and many good rerords
are expected to bring fame to Rogue
valley dairy stork.
CLEVER DANCERS AND
The cast of principals to be seen
In the world's greatest dancing festi
val, "September Morn," coming to
Grants Pass opera house, Saturday
night, May 12th, Includes several
namea which have already been dis
tinguished In our best light operas,
Ruth Wilklns, in the role of "Argen
tina" whose clever dancing is the
talk of the season, played leading
roles In "IiOUsiBna iou," "The Ued-
dess or Liberty" and "The Military
Maid." Maud K. Williams, playing
"Mrs, Storm" Is well remembered in
Henry W. Savage's musical comedy,
"The Prince of Pllsen" and the fa
mous Boston Opera Company. Wil
liam Moore, In the leading comedy
role of "Rudolph Plastrlc" was seen
In "The Red Mill," "The Heart
Breakers" snd for several years In
vaudeville. Other prominent mem
bers in the cast are: J. J. Patton,
James, BaJber, Leslie Jones, Billy
Murphy and a smart chorus of stun
ning show-girls. Seats on sale at
Homing's confectionery store.
COMING EVENT e
May 8, Tuesday. Meeting ot South
ern Oregon Medical association,
Grants Pass.
May 10, Thursday Business meeting
of the Parent-Teacher association
at the Central school at 3:30,
May 14, Monday Governor Withy
combe visits Orants Pass,
May 16, 17 Trl- 8tste Good Roads
association convention at Medford.
May 17, Thursday U. of 0. Univer
sity Olee club, opera house.
May 23, Wednesday iMay breakfast
by ladles of Presbyterian church.
May 81, June 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Annual
Chautauqua, Orants Pass. .
July 7-J4. N. E. A. Convention,
Portland.
Calling cards at the Courier,
MONDAY, MAY
Matinee and Night
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'UK GHKATKMT I'ltOIH tTION OF .MOKKItN TIMKH
The Million Dollar Spectacle
WAS AI'I'ltOVKO 11Y ATTOHXKV OKNKIUI, BROWN ANIt
PAMHKII BY THK t'KNHOH WlTHOI T ANY I IIANGK
Adults 25c; Children 15c
GRANTS PASS S
Sat. Night, May Jl
; ,
THK WOIILD'M tlllKATKST DAM ING SHOW
2
A WHIRLWIND OK
Tl'XHM AND TANtJOKM
"September
Mora'5
All Music, Comedies
flu Tangoes and Joy
KM ART. HWIFT AND SAICY CANT WITH
III Til WILKINS A8 AIIGF.NTINA
"The World's Greatest Modem Dancer"
22 !ff 40 People 20 SKSLV
,r A HIXUING, DANCING, Mi HK A I, WHIRL tjT'
DOST KOKGKT THK DATK, SATl IlIMV NIUIfT, MAY ill
PRICES:
Mint 4 rows, floor .
Next A rows, floor..
llMlunce lower floor .
1.00 First a rows, balcony 1.00
.. 1.BO Neu a row, hulcony 75
.. 100 Balance balcony ' .bo
HKATH O.V HAIK AT HORNINQ'S SHACK. PHONE MLR
j tTRTAIN 8:110 SHARP
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needed on' the government, work.
It Is not contemplated that these
Industries will be taken over or op
erated by the government. They are
to be operated for the government
and all damages paid to others from
the billion dollar appropriation asked
of congress,
It Is felt that It Is the duty and
the necessity or this nation to put
rhlpfoulldlng ahead of evev other
consideration. The program will pot
Interfere with the naval program,
Official are confident 'tint the
steel Industry can turn out sufficient
material to keep every ship yard
now In existence going and to supply
many ot the ones that are to be put
up.
Private shipbuilding contracts and
other considerations are to he push
ed aside to meet the greatest war
urgency' of .the hour.., The govern
ment 1i prepared to, turn vrv na
tional resources many, men, ma-
DIAMOND TIRES
MORE MILKS FOR LRM
MONEY
DIAMOMD TUBES
Will outlast several casings
We prefer selUug niamoad
tires because they are bett
Grants Paso
Hardware
At your servlee
terlnls to the building program.
Workers for steely as well as for
wooden ship construction are being
recruited all over the country by the
United State employment service' of
th department of labor, ,