Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, August 01, 1917, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST i, HIT.
AUTO HITS TREE DEAR
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tiBV THEATRE Saturday, Aug. 4th
THE ELLIOTT apntiataW FILM CORPORATION (H. A. SHERMAN, Prceideat) PRESENTS
Th Tcrlfs Greatest, Most Succcssfcl Accrican Play
THE VERTTARLE UNCLE TOM'H CABIN Of FILM DOM !
THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTST
8KB ONCE AGAIN TBS FAMOl'8 "GRIFFITH MADE" SCREEN STARS
f . - MAR MARSHHENRY W,WALTH ALL LILLIAN GI8H
' J IX IX W. GRIFFITH'S EVER LASTING SPECTACLE
WOLF CREEK--TW0
cost - 1 MT-i S.
$500,000 fRTfr
SCENES , Y I A VI M I Q J
PEOPLE
AT :00 P. M
PRICKS
SAc OOO T5
HOKHKH
I A heavy touring wr driven by a
! California maa whoa nam could
not be learned laat night, and bound
for Relllngham, Waih., atruek a trae
on the edge of tha highway Juet be
i yond Ooyota eraak about a mile
' aouth of Wolf Cmk, yesterday af-
' tarnoon.
The man waa accompanied by hie
wife. Both were pretty badly In
Jured, especially the wife, who waa
thrown .through' the windshield.
They were taken to the hoepttat at
Olendale by member of the national
' guard who were patrolling the rail
road along thla section.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Kurnlehvd by W. K. Hmmni of
Gnutta Pans Abstract Co,
July SI, HIT
Transfers
M. E. Sturdevant. et ux to Ktta B.
Clone. W. D. Cone. ll.SOO Lois
5 and . blk. 7, railroad addition
ACCOMPANIED BY COMPANY'S OWN MVSICAL 1)1 R TOR WITH A
'THREE HOUR SCORE.
SPECIALLY ADAPTKIt
3 SOLID HOURS
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THRILLS LAVGHTER TEARS Ml'SIC
BRING YOCR CHILDREN TO THE MATINEE IT IS THE
"MASTERCRAFT- OF "FILM PERFECTION"
MILLIONS HAVE SEEN IT AND MILLIONS WILL SEE IT AGAIN AND AGAIN
RESERVED SEATS WILL BE ON SALE AT MORNING'S CONFECTIONARY
Portland. Aug. 1. Extra caution
agalnat forest tires la urged by B. A
Beala. district . forecaster of , the
weather bureen la a bulletin Issued
at San Francisco July 31. 'Treasure
conditions favorable for a apell of
about two daya of rising temperature
with moderate westerly winds shift
lng to northerly, which -will Increase
Ore haiard" read tha bulletin.
PER52NAL LOCAL
Dr. Uywater Moveii
After August 1, my office will be in
rooms formerly occupied by Dr. !
Strieker In the Mssoalc Temple. Dr.
Ed. Bywster.' - 10
BORN
UAUMOrt In this city Wednesday,
August 1, to Mr. and Mrs. U A.
Launer, a daughter.
Wauted-Who?
EVERY MAN WHO WANTS TO
MAKE RLMSELF OOMFOItTABIJI
FOR THIS HOT WEATHER.
v. Where?
AT THE PKKHLKSS CLOTHING
tX WHERE HE WILL FIND THE
k PROPER CliOTHES. '
Why?
1U0CA18K HE WILL FIND THE
REST ASSORTMENT OF SIMMER
OUTFITTING IN GRANTS P.S8.
X)OL SUITS ST-SO TO SIS.IW
COOL HATS SSe TO 911.00
ALSO COOI. UNDERWEAR,.
SHIltTH, HOIBEHY. ETC WE
HAVE. THEM.
GRANT3 PAS. OVKOON
7f Aan If ear lU Wt Have " "Coin Bun Otaper Then CreoV
Fred Knox went to Portland last
. Bight on a business trio.
' . Ragan arrived thla morning
from Portland and toft for Selma.
Mra. Battle Floyd, of Kerby, left
thla morning for a trip to Portland.
Mra. T. T. Daan Trent to Portland
last night to visit her son and two
alstera.
Colorite for straw hats. Babln
has It. 1
Dr. Ida Bowman arrived tnis
morning from Los Angeles and win
rislt Dr. Floyd at Kerby.
Dr. and Mra. R. J. Bestnl and the
Utter's father. N. O. Nobtn, are on
a trip to Crater Ink.
. Fancy abadea la new midsummer
and fall felt hats. Mra. E. Rehkopt
M lsa Louise English went to Port
land Tuesday to spend several weeks
with an annt and cousins.
.. . Mm. W. B. Harder and little
daughter returned last night from a
visit ; with Mm. Harder'a father. W.
B. Sherman, at Grenada.
Glass shades at the Bush Electric
store. . .
Mra.. A. W. Moon and Mra. W. D,
Fry went to Portland last night to
apend a 'week; "They will rwtnna-hr
, automobile with their father, J. H.
WUllanu. 'v
L. B. Luper, for a number of yeara
past an assistant at the round bouse,
' has been called to tha Southern Pa
cific ahopa at Portland for work.
Bargain! la ladles', wtint dress
skirta. Mra. B. Rehkopf.'" tf
Clifton and LaVerne Neil left this
morning, returning to their home at
Brownsville, after an extended visit
with their annt Mra. 3. C. Calhoun.
Cftwrent Clljr Trip 1
Considerable Interest la being
manifested In the forthcoming three
day celebration at Crescent City dui- '
lng next week. It Is hoped thai sev
eral autoes filled with local people
wilt attend.
J. D. Cook, of Three Plnea,1wss In
the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mra. F. Breaks motored
from Portland and spent a few daya
with their eon. Henry Break'e, at
Frultdale.
Mra. Charles SL Moore and Miss
Mary AUc. poster, of Urn, Bsacb. w,rirob (nMMr
left this morning for Klamath Falla M , Nmh fiuth itreel. pB0
for a visit of several weeks. jJ47 R,eelving offlce with Pwrleaa
' Mr. and Mra. N. O. Clark return- cothng Co. Cleaning, preaalug and
ed Sunday from a visit at Tacoma pairing. We call for and deliver, tf
and other points. They were In the
MARRIED
RAMSBY-GEARllART At Grants
Pass, Friday, July 6. Samuel
Frank Ramsey, of Wonder, and
Birdie Esther Gearhart, of lMnd.
Judge C. G. Gillette, officiating.
Both bride and groom hare been
residents of Josephine county .for
many years and are well and favor
ably known.
BROOKS HAfROON 'At Oranta
Pass, Wednesday. August 1. Chas. !
David Brooks, of this city, and,
Pearl Harroun, Justice James Hol
man officiating.
The ceremony was performed at
the home of Jamea N. Adama, 413
Fisher's Art Flour
- per sack
-Why pay more?
THE GASKET GROCERY
417 G St.
city during the time of the street , Jj, uj n..u eu
car au?ae. A of the executive com-
Mrs. W. E. Loy. of Oakland, CaLniittM of tha local Red Cross chap- DBRRICK-tiAMB-IRT iAt Vancou-
and Maple Moore, of Roseburg, ar- ter -,m held In the Chamber of , r. Wash., Thursday. July II. B.
rived thla morning and will vlalt Commerce rooms tomorrow morning D- Derrick, and Miss May Lm
thelr brother, Fred Moore, at the it io o'clock. Harry R. Bogart, au-l ,Drt Unnton, Ore.
River Banks farm. loervlslnc director of tha family re-' The groom la a member of the
- illef committee of the American Red Third Oregon and waa formerly, a
Serosa will be oresent to discuss the Oranta Paaa boy.
C. wilt take work with the local committee,
the serious! '
W. SL C. Attention--
Gen.-'Logan ;W. R.
notice that owing to'
Illness of a member the lawn social I Lotype Operator Waa tad
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homo of Mrs. flattie caivert rri4iay.d at the Courier dor-: two
afternoon, has been postponed to weeks beginning August II, day
some future data. jnverk. Address 'Rof us Rlvar Coarler,
' 1 1 I Grants . Pass, Ore. ,
Re4 Oom Says, Thank You j 1
' the Red Cross workers desire Boosting Crater Lake '
tbif an expression of their sincere The Portland Chamber of Com
thanka be conveyed to Rev. 6. A. merce has sent out a request to every
Douglaa, Mrs. McFarland, Gray st commercial club and chamber of
Harbeck and Geo. Soravson for tha' commerce In Oregon to form a Cra
loan of electric fans In their work ( ter Lake club, the object being to
rooms; and to tha Moore Bakery encourage Oregontana to visit that
for the delicious tea cream sent to wonderful aoenU) apot daring 1117.
A clanslfled sd wilt give results.
them laat Thursday.
Calling carda at the Courier.
Betsy Ross designed tha American flag.
George M, Oohaa made It famous
The Bijou Theatre
Announces the screen's greatest conquest, GEORGE M. COHAN,
I'nde Sam'a favorite comedian. In his Initial photo play. A pic
tnrlzatlon of his greatest stage success.
U
Broadway
Jones
,,,!, 'which Artcraft latradswea tha ataaya Mneet personality to
,, (be ameen,., .. , , v '
1' Ktv1 ':- '. ' '
If Crater lake waa la California It
would be made tha greatest attrac
tion of tha weat If It waa la
Switzerland, It would attract Ameri
cans across tha ocean to visit. It
la up to Oregontana to first vlalt tha
lake and then to help advertise It.
A few Oranta Paaa pennanta at 30c
each, t tor Sfa. ' Put and oa your
ear. ltf
NEW TODAY
CLASSIFIED AD RATES. 36
words, two Issues, 26c; all issues,
60o; one month, f 1.60, whea pstf In
advance. When not paid hi advance,
6c per line per Issue.)
WANTED Bids .for transportation
of pupils of school district No. 1,
to and from Oranta Paaa, during
the ensuing school year. For par
ticulars address C. N. Oilman, R.
F. D. No. 3, or phona 606-F-14.
I PAYING business for sale, store
building and furnished flat for
aale or rent. Address Mrs. B. A.
Wade, 704 O atreat. . 34
JO TALK
PUNS FOR SAFETY
, Portland, Aug, 1. That the gov
ernors of northwestern states will
hold an Important conference In this
city 'next week seems assured from
the acceptance by Governor Stewart
of Montana received today. The I.
W. W. activities will be one of the
Important subjects discussed by the
conference.
Neathy ytfaiad Hajtloasry at
CaitrlerwaVe.
FOR RENT 10 -room houaa, fur
nishsd. good condition,. good lo
cation, near business section.. Ad
dress No. 1468, care Courier.' 34
Joy Tonight
ALICE BRADY in
"The Gilded Cage"
One of the newest released pie
. tures ever shown In thie city.
' "The sweetest alary ever told"
that's what you, . will say
iv about this film saw ser4ag It,
m-aasV' '
S0H!l WIC STRIKE
(Continued from page 1 I.
Awards" made la the settlement of
a general strike about three yeara
ago. Under that award certain
back pay was ordered paid to tha
men by tha several railroads invol
ved. The four brotherhoods claim
that tha Southern Pacific company
haa refused tax aay-those amounts,
and a conference between tha com
pany and representatives of the
brotherhoods haa been In progress
at taa Fraaclsco (or several weeks.
..MJUE
(Continued from Pago 1)
two local lumber'mHla Monday. The
conference waa attended by Govern
nor Withycombe, City Attorney La-
Rocha, Sheriff Mulburt, Chief of Po
Ilea Johnson, Inspector of , Fotlee
Clark and County Commissioners
Holman, Muck and Holbrook.
San Francisco, Aug. ; 1. Federal
authorities of California, Oregon and
Washington, In conjunction with the
federal grand Jury will begin Imme
dlate Investigation of tha Industrial
Workers of tha World activities In
tha street states, according to utssts
tant Federal Attorney Caspar A.
Orobaun.
Today's announcement) followed
reporta of further dlstructlon. of
crops In California and of fresh at
tempta to hinder. Industry In Oregon
and Washington.
MAZAMAS MAKE READY
FOB ANNUAL OUTING
Portland, (Aug. 1. Tha Masamas,
Portland's famous organisation of
mountain cllmibers.lbday are com
pleting arrangements for their an
nual trip. They will leave for Mt.
Jefferson Saturday night.
HOSPITAL SHIP W
ASHORE i NONE IXNST
Halifax, Aug. 1. A hospital ship,
carrying aver 600 wounded and
sick Canadians, la ashore near Che
encto Head ouUUle tha Siitlwrv TV
sh(p U resting ally tub smooth
r.a.
CROPS OVER OU
Portland. Aug. I. Drought con
dition In all sections of Oregon have
not been broken, according to tha
summary of crop conditions In the
state for the week ending July 33,
Issusd here today by the Portland
weather bureau. Tha summary fol
lows: "Lower temperaturea ' permitted
some improvement, bat light scat
tered showers were InsuOcsnt ta
break tha drought, which eoatlauew
sarloua In all districts.
"Irrigated crops made apleadld
growth; otherwise oate, spring
wheat, corn, potatoes, beans, hops,
sugar beets and garden truck vara
only poor to fair.
"Winter wheat, barley and rye
harvest wss general with fair to
good ylelda; tha long hot spall cage- ?
ed considerable shrlnksge la grain,
and the quality was not tha beat.,
"Much hay has been gathered la
good condition, and the third crop
of alfalfa waa growing nicely In fa
vored localities.
"Stock doing well on mountain
summer range, but elsewhere feed
waa acarce. It was estimated that
about 1100,000 worth of stock haa
been poisoned la the last two weeks
In Klamath county, tha causa being
attributed to the Industrial Workert
of tha World."
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4- COMING EVENTS 0
4. M
August Ml, Mondar-Baturdar
Buyers week at Portland.
August 13, Monday Opening of
training school for Josephine coun
ty teachers, High sohool building.
August 13, Monday Hearing of con
test cases before water board.
, NOTICE
Clients are hereby Informed that
I win return to Oranta Paaa and bo
in my office la tha Golden Rule build
log on and after August .
' MRS, V. 'A.'CTjBMJBhlTS,'
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