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DAILY ROGUE RIVER COURIER
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER II, 1818
The Ideal Entertainer
Of u the things you ever
brought Into your home, none
ever gave so much pleasure m
the Columbia Grafonola. En
joyed y young and old gives
everyone the kind ot muslo he
r ahe likes beat,
and there's no better time
than NOW to get a Columbia
We hare them at all prices
and on terms to suit.
The Music IPbto Hoose
Stan to Rowea. Proprietor
A. W. Freel, of Portland. Is In the
M. E. Ish, of Tuoson. Arls., Is in
the city tor a tew days.
J. L. Scott, ot Cleudale. Is In the
city on business.
A number ot wise ones are doing
their Christmas shopping early.
O. W. Wtmer, who has been spend
ing the fall at Myrtle Creek, lg at
home tor a few days.
Ten telephones In good condition
going at slO each. Grants Pass
Hardware Co. 39
Chas. Morrison, at the Hall Art
store, Is offering some splendid bar
gains in closing out the stock,
Our line ot ladies furnishings
can't be beat. The Rehkopf Mill!
Charles Long was born In Klndall.
Hamilton county, Kansas, March IS,
1886, and died In Grants Pass, Sun
day, December 8, 1918, at 11:15 p.m.
, Mr. Long came to Oregon in 1902
and has resided here ever since. He
was well known and well liked by all
ot the mining fraternity throughout
southern Oregon and northern Cal
Near relatives are: Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. B. Long, ot Oregon City, are
. 1its parents; his sisters, Mrs. M.
Fields, of Preston, Ore.; Mrs. " J.
Beckett, ot Klamath .Falls, Ore.;
Mrs. Delia Taylor, of Oregon City;
Mrs. Cora B. Smith, of Oregon City;
Hiss Purl Long, of Oregon City, and
Preston Long, his only brother, ot
Grants Pass. Mr. Long's illness was
of short duration. The funeral was
held at the Granite Hill cemetery.
Tuesday afternoon, and was con
ducted by Rev. Melville T. Wire.
FLAHARTY To Mr. and Mrs. R. I.
Flaharty, a daughter, in this city
Mennen's Talcum." Sabln has It
(Mrs. F. W. Held and daughters,
of Williams, were In the city doing
some shopping last evening.
Wlllard is starting over a million
cars this spring, and if owners give
us a chance, we'll keep 'em going.
See Dr. Spark. 38
. Mrs. V. T. McCray, who has been
at the Oxford for a week with her
husband, returned to Medford today.
I. F. Peck went to Portland last
night, and expects to make a bus
iness trip to the east before return
Christmas greeting cards, post
cards, Xmas cards, tags and seals at
Clemens, the Rexall store. 39
Mrs. Barney Hall, of Klamath
Falls, Is visiting her sister. Mrs.
Chris Elsmann. Mrs. Hall expects to
remain here until after the holidays.
You fine yourself when you 111
treat your battery. Better Join the
S. P. C. B. Get your card of Dr.
Sergeant Earle Voorhies arrived
home last night from Eugene, having
been discharged from the service
Monday morning. He will remain at
home until after the holidays.
Dirt cheap One Chevrolet deliv
ery for sale. Only used six months,
at very lew price and your own
terms. Grants Pass Hardware Co.
Friends of Miss Ceceilia Harris,
who is now In the government ser-
C. 11. Klsmaun left this afternoon
tor Klamath Falls on a business trip.
Moore's rye bread Is flue. 37
Sam Brooks and family went to
Medford this afternoon to spend the
Mra., Jack Winter, ot the Courier
stnlt is not on duty today because
Electric work Paul's Electric
store, phone 90 Medfosd.
Mrs. W. I. Sweetland and family
arrived this afternoon from Rose
burg to join Mr. Sweetland, who has
been here for the past weok.
The latest styles and models ot
ladles waists at the Rohkopf .Millin
ery. ' 37
SENATOR MVLKKY SWORN
IN AH OREGON SENATOR
Washington, Poo. 11. F. W. Mul
koy. of Portland, Ore., elected as a
republican to 'till the unexpired term
ot ex-Senator Lane, ending March 3
next, 'was sworn In today, and an
nounced that he would resign De
cember 15 under an arrangement
for appointment by the governor ot
Oregon ot ex-Senator McNary, who
also was elected for the full, term
boglunlng March 4, 1919.
In 1907 Senator Mulkey served 43
days ot another unexpired term.
Paul A. Loreni, who died of
wounds received In France, belonged
to Company J, 157th Infantry, in
stead of Company A, 57 Infantry, as
stated In yesterday's Courier.
Signing of the Armistice
Between the two doctors It is
high time tor us to make a noise.
Come up and let us treat the battery
Flu, which Is sure death to your bat
tery. We will test it with a clean
hydrometer. An early call may
save your lite. Dr. Spark. 38
G. P. Boy Cadet lieutenant
Wlllett Murray is one of 63 cadet
lieutenants appointed In the Oregon
Agricultural college. They will be
assigned to places in the cadet regl
ment which will be organized next
VIMiE .NEW MOOXEV TRIAL
Sun ' Francisco, Dec. 1 1. A tele
gram urging a new trial tor Thomas
J. Mooney was sunt to Governor
Stephens by the executive board . of
the Northern California section , of
the W. C. T. U.
Fresh From the Farm-
Five Dollars Reward
Five dollars reward will he paid
for the arrest and conviction of any
one stealing the Daily Couriers from
residences or mail boxes.
Cast Iron, Steel, Aluminum,
How about that broken stove
casting that you did not think
could be fixed. Try us and see.
We make a speciality In weld
ing automobile frames.
TAYI3 & ADAMS AITO CO.
511 H Street
Grants Pass, Ore.
Civil Service Exam
The U. S. civil service commission
announces that a stenographer snd
typewriter examination will be held
in this city on January 4. 10
fill positions In federal offices locat
ed In the Eleventh district. (Wash
ington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wy
oming and Alaska). Entrance sal
aries range from $900 to 91.200 per
annum. Age limits, 18 years or
over. Information and application
blank can be obtained from the locel
secretary, board ot civil service ex
vice at Washington, D. C, can reach aminers, at the postofflce. this city.
her -by letter by .addressing 759
Quebec St., N. W., Washington, D. C.
Fresh kraut at the City Market.
E. J. Bardeaux and family, ot
Olympia, Wash., stopped in the city
today. They are on their return
home after having toured California
In their Marmon car.
Hemstitching and plcoting at 10
cents a yard All work guaranteed
The Vanity Shop, Medford, Ore. 27tf
A party returning from Medford
states that the people of that city
are wearing masks. Some few re
fused and appeared on the streets
but were reprimanded and' sent
Wlllard service is better than a
fan It cools the man who is hot
or from the secretary, Eleventh U.
S. civil service district, 303 postof
flce building, Seattle, Wash
GEN. WOOD SAYS LEAGl'E OF
NATIONS WRITTEN IN nLOOD
Kansas City. Dec. 11. "A league
of nations such as is now proposed
might be a very fine thing for aH
countries subscribing to It, but be
tween the United States, England
France, Belgium and Italy there al
ready Is a league of nations written
In blood," said Major General Leon
ard Wood, addressing a British day
meeting here last night. "Let us not
quibble and dream Idle dreams, but
,,n,i. , naT nrf nft-n .v. h! keeP the ,eaK sacred for the peace
battery's life. See Dr. Spark.
Ten telephones in food condition
going at $10 each. Grants Pass
Hardware Co. 39
IN YOUR EFFORTi
TO BEST FULFILL
and save time and worry yon
will be repaid by shopping here
COMPLETE LINES OF
Symphony Lawn Gift Stationery
Children Books ancT Toys
r . Greeting Cards
at prices to fit
k A Kantleek Hot Water Bottle .
' the gift for Mother
Cleaens Sells Drugs and Books
"We shall find England a . most
cordial ally," tie continued. "We
have fought and died together In a
common cause. But be on the alert
The German propagandist still Is
among you In alarming numbers and
you should pay no attention to loose
talk about this government falling
to live up to its promises made to
the people who 'bore the burden of
the expense of the war."
"Had it not been for the British
navy," General Wood said, "the war
for civilization would not have been
won jn your lifetime or mine," and
he asked that all honor be., given
England who tor three years "fought
our battles -without a murmur, losing
on an average of 170,000 men a
' "Let us have visions and dreams,"
he cdncluded, "and let us now strive
to do the right things, chlef'among
which Is pot to be caught napping In
the matter of preparedness."
Our butter, eggs and inline miggeot rolling wad
own the country farm ami the fertile field the"
tilings com" from farmer wln know how lo ralne them
to Mrrin. Wke all othur tilings in Mil excellent
aturk of groceries, they are fit for the best tabloa, and
will lie appreciated by tluNte who know what good food
TUB STORE OF GUARANTEE) GOODS
C. It. FIFIELR, Manager
The Bed Cross Is sending 1,600,
ioo packages of chewing gum , a
month to Trance for American soldiers.
AUCTION SALE Saturday, Decem
ber 14th, at 1 o'clock p. 1 m
. at the Red 'Front barn: 100
tier of wood, 80 head goats, 2
cows, 1 calf, 3 head horses, '4 wag
ons, 5 sets harness, ' household
goods, 1 gasoline engine, wood
r '. mw', Shetland pony, buggy ,', and
saddle, 1 automobile, and other
, . things too numerous to mention.
R. Tlmmons. , t 39
AT THE MOVIES
"The Price of a Good Time"
'.The Price of a Good Time" the
second of the series ot lols Weber's
productions, comes to tho Joy thea
ter on Friday and Saturday ot this
week. In this production Miss Web
er advances the sound preachment
that In the environment of the home
rest the Influences that predominate
in a young person's future lite. To
score this point she Introduce two
girls, one from a happy home and
tho other from the most contrasting
surroundings. Her picture deals
largely with the latter girl who at
ter a taste of luxry that lasts a short
week is unable to bear the return
to her sordid life and suffer the
stinging suspicion of nor mother and
brother and who as a consequence
chooees suicide as a way out ot her
The suggestion of a sex muddle
carried in the title la never a reality
in the picture drama. It resolves
itself into a human story, well told
and strong, preying heavily upon
sympathies, particularly In its lat
ter reels and entertaining from the
very first. As It is absolutely devoid
of anything objectionable, anything
at all offensive and while It does at
the same time carry a moral
healthy, digestible . moral under
cloak of absorbing entertainment. It
may well be termed a fine picture.
A remarkably good cast was as
sembled to Interpret the leading
roles, which under the discriminating
direction of Miss Weber does, In
dividually and collectively, superla
Mildred Harris, the pretty little
star In "For Husbands Only," grves
a wonderfully appealing characterize
Hon of Jlmmlo the girl from tho sec
T. 8. CASUALTY LIST
The following casualties are re
ported by the commanding general
of the American expeditionary
forces for publication today:
Killed in action 411
Died of disease -' - 148
Wounded severely 1,384
Wounded, degree undetermined 517
Wounded slightly 458
Missing in action 234
Killed in action Charles Jacob
Moser, Portland; Jesse B. Collamo're,
Portland; Jacob Kerber,. Stayton. . '
Died of disease Lieutenant Lee
C. Walter, Newberg.
Wounded severely Francis M.
Yost, Cushman; Marion L. Smith,
Cottage Grove; Peter T. Beekman,
PARIS HAS A FLU PREVENTATIVE
Des Moines, la., Dec. 11. Car
bolated vaseline, snuffed through the
nostrils, Is regarded as a preventa
tive against the "flu" by the Ameri
can Red Cross in Paris, so Late
Young, Jr., states upon his return
The salve Is regarded as a destroy
er of the "flu" germ. It also forms
a coating which prevents the germ
from finding a vulnerable point with
in the nostrils.
PORTLAND WILL TRY USING
QUARANTINE ON FLU CASES
ALL READY FOR
The nvwt plowing gifts and plenty of them aro ready and waiting
for your lnmwloii. ,' Our fine orUiient prvftenU the novel and
the beautiful In gifts that are umfuL practical and really diwlralilc.
: PRICES ARE REASON AHIJ-:
Toys of every description tho markot produce.
Aluminum war, for present nd iwlced lw.
Crockery and Glaus ware Wc have a big twk no shortage.
TOYMND OPEN EVKHY NIGHT AT
SANTA CLAIS HEADQUARTERS
1,(MM MEMBERS OK COAST
DEFENSE TO UK DISCHARGEI
Seattle. Doc. 1 0. Approximately
3.000 artillerymen in the coast de
fenses ot the North Pacific district
will be given their discharges from
the service beginning today or to
morrow, according to official an
nouncement from district headquar
ters here today. It was said 130
soldiers dally would bo discharged.
Of the 3.000 artillerymen. 2.000 are
In Puget Sound defenses snd 1,000
In defenses along the Columbia river.
MANY CALIFORNIA MEN ARE
SENT HOME FROM CAM V LEWIM
Sun Francisco, Doc. 11. Two
thousand Callfornlans stationed at
Camp Iewls, will arrive here on four
special trains next Saturday between
8 and 11:30 a. m It was announced
London, Dec. 11. Premier Lloyd
Guorge, KorelKii Secretary lialfour
and Chancellor Donar Iaw have been
decided upon as British delegates to
the peace conference tho Express
says it understands. Appointment
of a labor representative will de
pend upon the outcome of the gen
eral elections. ,
Dec. 18-21, Wednesday-Saturday
Teachers' examinations. . i
Portland, Dec. 10. Mayor George
L. Baker has decided upon strict
quarantine of . Spanish Influenza
cases wherever they are found in
Portland, as a means of checking
the spread of the epidemic, which
has again become somewhat marked.
The necessary ordinance to make
the plan effective will be presented to
the council Wednesday, and its en
actment as an emergency measure
will be asked.
HONAlt LAW, LU)YI GEORGE
. IIALPOI'U, AKE DELEGATES
Tho Red Cross has sent 2,37u
women workers and 2,921 men work
ers to France for specialized work.
Most of them are volunteers, but
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
1 THE AUSTRALIAN BEAUTY
Enid, who has been to New York, came back to IJIyvillo, her
, town and! then But come see her yourself, you'll roar.
"The Kitchen Lady"
A MACK BENNETT COMEDY
That will make yori roar again
COMING FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Tho second Lois Weber Production '
'The Price of a Good Time"
Featuring MILDRED HARRIS,
(Mrs, Chas. Chaplin.)