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GRANTS P1M DAILY OOCRIIK
TVKSDAV, JULY 15, 191.
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paper and also taa local saw nv-
rights of repoblloatloa of spe
dlapetchsa herein mo alee
TUESDAY, JULY IS,
OREGON WEATHER .
-f vFsir; continued warmer;
4 westerly winds.
Your 'Small Change
Invest it in
WATERMELONS and CANTALOUPES
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
QUALITY AND SERVICE
000.000 or 11 J, 000.000,000. Fine
business doing to her own people
what she haa been doing to Belgium
and France! And all the finer be
cause she's doing It to par back to
Belgium and Francs what she con
Derated from them. -
- pawnshops .
WhU is life without pawnshops?
Nothing, says Washington, D. C. af
ter trying five refers without them.
They .were closed to control the
loan sharks who were charging ex
tortionate interest, but It is said that
, secret deals are carried on now, in
. -cheep jewelry stores and pool rooms.
- where even higher Interest is charg-
that when the shops were runnlg
. Openly they were able to locate 25
. per cent of the jewelry stolen, and
'.' Sow less than 3 per cent is re
covered. ' . 1 1 ; . i .
V There are bills pending to restore
pawnshops, but HmH the Interest
which nay be charged to not more
' than 3 per cent per month, and to.
control the sale of pawned goods so
; that stolen stuff may not be disposed
of with nndue celerity, or honest
. goods, without 'due notice to their
If the pawnshop must live at all,
ft should 'be under rigid regulation.
But much (better than the pawnshop
is the education of the public to see
-.that even 3 per cent a months is 36
, per cent year, and that thrift and
The pawnbroker who is kept in
business because he is a fence for
uucrves should "be sent to Jail as a
thief h tinsel f, instead of 'being pro-
tected so that he may make life
easier for the burglar and the police.
"HAIR CUT OR SHAVE?" "BOTH!"'
Long and serious articles have,
been written and (fine orations mads
on the benefits which humanity has
, derived from the war, and now the
barber comes along with another one
-Tonsorial standards have been
raised Iby the war," says he.
'Tonsorial standards ' has a
mighty fine sound, tout what he
means Is that an the 4,000,000 or so
young men who have (been in train
ing and service in the army learned
habits of cleanliness and neatness
which tbey refuse to give up as they
return to civil life. They cling to
the clean shave and the neatly trim
med hair which are a part of every
good soldier's make-up.
' More than this, It Is not just the
soldiers themselves who demand ex
tra-good nod frequent service from
the barber; It Is all the younger and
older men as well who wish to look
as soldiers do. So clean cheeks and
well clipped heads have become the
ruling fashion, and of all the people
-who preach of the good war has
brought, none has a finer text nor
better examples to back it than the
... Cleanliness of the body and clea'n
Uness of the soul are mysteriouRly
Interdependent, and pride in person
1 appearance Is the cornerstone of
self-respect and success. ;
- Germany,' as a starter in .paying
tier bills, is going to "make confis
cations" to the amount of T 10,0 00,-
St. Nazal re, France, July 15.
French brides of American soldiers
on their way from -Franco to their
new homes in America are entertain
ed in the Hostess house here until
they and their husbands are ready
to go on board a steamer. Thus far
81 of these newly-made American
wives have been taken care of in this
temporary home for brides.
The work of earing for them is
conducted by the. Young, Women's
Christian Association with five work
ers under the charge of 'Miss (Mary
Fay. The house was opened May 1,
and is located in a grove of trees
outside the limits of the men's camp.
: The wires many, of , whom had
never been more than 10 miles from
their homes before are met at the
station wtth an automobile .and tak
en to the Hostess -House where they
are given a thorough physical inspec
tion, teeth examined and any neces
sary work to be done on them is
here done. (After this they are' given
the opportunity to bathe, change
their clothing and are assigned a bed
in one of the spick and span donna-1
bories. Their life from then on until
the time they board the boat Is
chiefly occupied In learning the Eng
lish language, sewing, and exercises
and recreations of various kinds In
the mornings and with their hus
bands in the afternoons.
Ten days is the average time each !
girl spends in this camp. From it she
is taken directly to the 'boat where
she again meets her huaband, he
hailing been transferred from his or
ganization to a casual jionvpany so
that they can take the same .boat
back. That the government is doing
everything In Hs power to make
their life while till in the army s
happy one is very evident.
A month ago it was estimated that
accommodations for 65 would be
ample for this camp. This was leas
than a month ago. Today there are
accommodations for ISO and more
barracks are being buiR. The 15th
cavalry alone brought 51 newly mar
ried men and their wives. And now
that the service of supply troops are
going through here so fast it is sus
pected that the Hostess House may
be swamped, for these troops, unlike
the combat troops, have been sta
tioned in one place most of their
time over here and have had the op
portunity to win and wed some dain
ty French girl.
WANTS LUXURY TAX TAKEN
OFF LOGANBERY JUICE
Salem, Ore., July 15. (Governor
Olcott has sent letters to Oregon's
representatives in congress protest
ing against the 10 per cent tax lev
ied on the gross selling price of lo
ganberry juice. In his letters the
governor points out the growth of
loganberry culture in Oregon and
contends that a contlniualonof the
tax may menace the future of the
industry. The governor's letter fol
lows, in part:
"After the expenditure of many
hundreds of thousands of dollars.
progressive citisens of the state of
Oregon have developed an industry
of International importance out of
the products of the loganberry. Con
gress has assessed a 10 per cent tax
against the gross selling price of
loganberry juice. Rail rates on glass
A hoc ton very deep foil of foul db
charfc. Asooralldai-jMrntatBifbL Tbca
J?t tw drep. of tlx centta, coslios liquid,
b.0. a trrlUboa ind pain rooc 6weetTr
ran. WtnonuO P.p. ft -
ML Clemens, Druggist "
if i in if if
'9 cn thclie&d WhenUeSlWS'
MTu Better to Biild en a Definite
PUa Ttaa to Malt Cody
Mistake tad Cbaiges"
The general who goes nto taftle '
without a definite plan hat many
lives to account for. And just se
ttle home builder who has no defi
nite plan always meets thousand
aad one. problems that cause m
many delays and mistakes waste
of tune and money.
Free Building Helps
We are equipped. to give you lib
eral and competent help in planning
any kind of building house, barn,
garage, silo, poultry house,
implement shed, etc. 'Our
library or plans is always
at your disposal. iRcter
to it freely in planning
your structure. Or
ask us to help you.
ready to build,
see us tor quality
GRANTS PASS LUMBER COMPANY
bottles, aa.wail ak oa t& CaJsfcac
product, hav increased materially
during the past tew years, and the
life of the Industry 1s (threatened.
Aa coventor of the state I ask you
to use your most earnest efforts to
assist in removing the tax which
may force this Industry to ttas wall."
ARMY RUJX8 tXMtCKD
DOWN BY HKAVY HTOK.M8
Omaha, July 15j iFlghVng ; all
night with savage thunder) storms
over lows,- Minnesota; and Wisconsin
all four of the army balloons which
left Fort Omaha Etunday evening la
an attempt to set a new record for
both height . and distance, were
forced to land Monday morning,
their instruments put out of com
mission by electrical disturbances
and their 'ballast exhausted. No new
records were established and the
aeronauts were fortunate fn landing
EGGS WANTED Highest oaah
paid tor fresh eggs. Moore Bak
ing Co. 8tf
FOR BAI43 OH BAP Two good sad
dles, at S10 Bast K street. It
WANTED A competent girl or
woman to do general housework.
Mrs. Horace Pel ton, Gold Hill,
I59T -Crescent-shape gold pin
with - diamond setting. Finder
please leave at Courier office, care
No. 1380 and receive reward. 3
ATTENTION A buyer of the Med
ford Junk Oo. will be in Grants
Pass from July 16th to 31st. Bring
your rss, metal, rubber, sacks,
hides and pelts. 403 South Sixth
street. Grants Pass, Ore. It
WANTED 1 or 3 Inch pipe. In
quire Peter Olson, phone 600-R-I.
lenced. Josephine Hotel.
Joseph MoOaslin was born in John
son county, Ind., March 3, 1844, and
died at his home at Myrtle Point,
Ore., July 7. 1819. at the age of 75
years 4 months 4 days. When a
sniaH boy be moved west with bis
father and settled in Scotland coun
He served through the Civil war
with the 2nd 'Missouri cavalry. Co.
' Joseph iMcCaslin was married to
Sarah E. Nldy on December 3, 1886.
at Arbela,"Mo. To this union eight
children were born, seven of whom
surlve him, viz: Mr. Alxora E. Stat
tler. of iBa'rtlett, la.; James D.. of
Eagle Point, Ore.; Mrs. Samla E. Ay-
res, of Star. Idaho; John W of Ice
land; George C. of Myrtle Point;
Joseph IR., of Sonoma, Cal.; Chas A.,
of Falls City. Ore., alno bis wife,
In 1882 he united wtth the Chris
tian church of which be waa a de
voted member until the time of his
death. In 1888 with his Ifunily he
crossed- the plains and settled in Jo
seimlne county, where he resided un
til nine years ago, when he moved to
Myrtle -Point, Ore. Seven years ago
he suffered a paralytic stroks, rrom
which he never recovered, though
the Immediate cause of death waa
cancer of the throat.
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BARNES, The Jeweler
B. P. TUm Inspector
Nest door First National Daak
OOA Milt IT MaTCNf " -r7
80 lb. Mill Feed
Utility Dairy Food
Fisher Dairy Food
OOA I (Milt IT WT KMT "
l Pardee's Grocery
G. B. BERRY
Harness and -Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass Hardware Co.
Federal fagged Tires
7000 Miles Guarantee
..'.,.' 5-PLY PABRIO
Woigtts mots than any other tire oa the market
' We make our own adjustments '
C. L HOBART CO.
Going Fast. Look Them Over
i 1017 tiaxon Six la good shape. '
I 1917 Chalmers Speedster.
1 1019 Chevrolet
1 Kord Track (one ton)
These oars have all been overhauled and are In good condition
HAVE YOfJR LOOSE WHERL8 TIGHTENED
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
Ml H Street ' ''
Bull Calf, Jersey, register of merit dam
Young stock Jerseys aad Berkshire generally for sale
Also 101 a narley-IMtvldaon.. for sale.
Ii. M. C. NEILL