tACB TWO GRANTS T.4SS DAILY COIIUKR ti kmv, oi'roiiKit an, lino. HUTS PASS Oil COURIER Published Dally Except Sunday JL B. VOORHIE8. Pub, and Propr, Entered at poetoffice, -Grant Pas, Ore., aa cond elm mall matter. ADVERTISING RATES AMUSEMENTS We Want Genuine Libbey Cut Glass Shipment just arrived Name on every piece DID you ever road the fa mous "Boston lllnckle" stories published during the last two years or so? If you haven't, you have mUsed much. SKK Bill Hart STRICTLY FRESH EGGS We Are Paying 65c Dozen Display apace, per Inch. 10c laeal-personal column, per Hne..lOe Read era, per line bc DAILY COURIER By mall or carrier, per year..6.00 By mall or carrier, per month .50 . BARNES, The Jeweler la 8. P. Time Inspector Next door First Nstliwsl Hank WEEKLY COURIER By mall, per year $2.00 MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Presa Is exclusively entitled to the use tor republication of all news dispatches credited to it or all otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news pub lished herein. . AU rights of republication ot spe cial dispatches herein are also reserved. KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY Quality and Service TI ESDAY, OtTOBKK i. OREGON WEATHER Fair, except probably rains 4- in north portion; warmer, gen- f tie winds, becoming southerly. THE OAVES AXD A GAME PRESERVE Engineers for the forestry depart ment have recently completed an other survey covering the highway to the Josephine caves and certain im provements that are contemplated at the caves. It is evident from this activity that work may be anticipat ed before another season is far ad vanced. This latest survey shows that the road from the Williams creek side can be built with a max imum grade of a or 6 per cent, this grade being only for a short dis tance. The length of the road from the end of the present wagon road will be about 12 miles, or two miles longer than the present trail. . The engineer who was at the caves dur ing the past month also stated that the availability ot various sites for auto camps, hotels, etc., .had been investigated. He favored an auto camp at the top of the mountain a half mile before reaching the caves' entrance. Here a camp to accommo date 50 machines could be con structed, water to be piped to it from springs a half mile away. Plans for the auto park are now in the hands of the engineering department. Other development that is contem plated by the department, it is un derstood, includes the use of water power from Cave creek to generate electricity for the lighting of the var ious chambers -within the caves. It is said that there is sufficient water power at hand for this purpose. The Courier would urge, now that the improvement of the leaves and the area surrounding them Is claim ing attention, that certain of the ter ritory adjacent be constituted a game preserve, and that the killing of deer within It be prohibited. It is not uncommon now for visitors to the caves to see deer along the trail, as some of the best breeding grounds in Southern Oregon are to be found' upon the slopes of Grayback. The overflow from these protected breed ing grounds would stock other hunt ing grounds, and it would be a won derful attraction if visitors to the caves could continue to see wild deer as they travel along the trail or highway. As a further attraction for tourists, the trout fishing in the streams crossed along the trail should "be improved and maintained fcy the building of a fish hatchery at a point where Grayback, Cave, Suck er, Williams, and the other creeks in the district -would be kept continua lly stocked and permit of continuous fishing during the season. Here is opportunity for the fish and game commission to regain some of the good will of the anglers of the state. Southern Oregon must capitalize her climate, her scenery and her sport. The climate we will have al ways with us, tout scenery and sport must he protected against the vandal and the destroyer. Preserve the pristine ibeauty of the route up Gray back to the caves and It will be as much of an attraction for tourists the ca,ves themsevles. TO U. S. NAVAL BASE Madrid. Spain, Oct. 28. -Objections registered by a third power led to the refusal by Portugal to 'grant the United States a naval bnae in the Azores, it is reported here to day. The third power which offered objections is not diseased In the re lorts received. REMAIN but the younger man was seen next day In Medford. The murdered man, whose Identity has never been established was thought to be a prospector. His pack sack and effects were found by. the shallow grave in -which the murderer had buried him -but not a' cent of money was found in the clothing. T Q f V Pvana va'tiruA ... . I. It.. I I Coos county and whose father Is a resident of ILa Grande, is a paroled convict from the Oregon penitentiary. He, was arrested for burglarly at Portland on January 24th, last. and if the necessary funds are forth coming it will be -built along the west side of the structure. The walk is largely needed for the accommo dation and. safety of the hundreds who cross the bridge every day dur ing the summer season to go to the city park and bathing beach. TO TILL ALIENS ARE GONE Boston, Mass., Oct. 2S. Secretary ot the Xavy Daniels ordtl ed that no citizens of the United States be removed from their jobs in the var ious nary yards because of lack of work or funds until all aliens who are now upon the payrolls have been discharged. IM EVANS JITNEY BANDIT Continued from Page One. I IT IS OXK OK TlltWK STOIUEH TO.MOUHOW THllWDAY THE OREGON PflOGRAF! FOR THE JOSEPHINE COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTETHISWEEK A county Sunday school institute, will be held In Grants Pass beginning Friday night and i-ontinulng through Sunday, with all meetings to be held in the naptlst church. The pro grain is one that will appeal to all who are Interested In the religious education ot young people and the institute should prove highly profit able. The following program has been outlined; ENGINEERS (Continued from page 1) XEW TODAY JERSEY COW for sale; will sell at sacrifice. Call on Elmer Balsiger, at Grants Pass Hardware. 08 OPPORTUNITY for mechanically In clined boy to learn printing trade. Must have recommendations and agreement of parents for continu ous service. Apply Courier of fice. 05tf WANTED School girl to assist with housework. (Phone 162. ' 08 APPLES Spitzenbnrg and Bald win's, windfalls. 3.'.c per sack. Bring sacks. Otto Henricson. Box 19-B, TUh 2. 08 DKSlRABLE 'HOME to rent. Mo dern and -up to date. Fruit, pears, apples and peaches, with 1 2 acres of the best land. . Two blocks from Riverside school. Call V. M. Hair, 1003 M street. 12 K STRAY There is now at my place one de-homed black steer, swal low fork on right ear, crop off left ear, no -brand. Owner can have same by 'paying charges for ad and keep R. W. Gray, Murphy. 08 TOR SALE Young pigs. w. . F. Woodstock, R. F. 0. 4. phone 603-F-31. 08 NEW OREGON strawberry plants, 50c per hundred, you dig them. Heavy .bearers. W. II. N'lpper, 72." I sham street. ng NEW 1919 FORD for sale. Inquire 204 F Street. 12 FRIDAY Evening Sens km 7:30. Service of Praise County Chairman, Ellon Thrasher. 7:30. Introduction of Institute Workers. S:00. Special Music. 8:10. Motion Pictures sent from New- York City by the American Committee, for Relief In the .Near East presented by J. J. Handsaker ot Portland. Scenes of the Belief Expedition, the Camp at Port Said and the Aeroplune Flight over the City of Jerusalem. 8ATIUUAY Morning Seiwion Service of Praise. Appointment of Committees. Special Music. . Keynote address, "The Challenge of the Sunday School," Rev. C. M. Cllne. Symposium, "Training in Service." ' Children Miss Georgle Parker, Portland. Young People Harold F. Humbert, Portland. Men and Women John W. lloyt, Ashland. Afternoon KrMtion Praise Service. Round Table, "The Best Thing -My Sunday School Has Done This Year" Delegates from all the schools. County Sunday School Association. Session. Reports of Committees. Election of Officers. What next? "The Kind of Sunday School 1 Uke"- Helen Klfield. "The Kind of Teacher I Like." Special Music. Three Classes: 1. Children's Division- Mis Parker, (at The Cradle Roll. tb). Equipment for work with children. 2. Young People's Division Mr. 'Humbert, (a). Making the Bible School Vital to Young People. 3. Adult Division Mr. Hoyt. (a) The Adult Blb1e Class in Session. Evening Session Convention Sing. Surprise Features Members of the Visiting Team. Address, "The New Crusade" Harold Humbert. 10:t0. 10:20. 10:25. 10:35. 11:'00. 2:00. 2:13. 2:45. 3:15. 3:35. 3:45. 7:30. 8:00. 10:00. 11:00. 2:45. 3:00. 3:30. 4:00. Rev. 7:30. (E SIMMY Morning Session A Record attendance in all Sunday Schools. Delegates visit the various Churches. Usual services at all Churches. Afternoon Setwlon Song Service. Address, "The Sunday School and the- Home"- John W. Hoyt Question Box Miss Parker and Mr. Humbert. " Class Sessions. 1. "Expresslonal Work for Children"- Alls Parker. 2. "Winning the Boy" Mr. Humbert. 3. "Building Up the Sunday School" Mr. Hoyt Evening Howion Service of Song. Installation of Officers. Recognition of S. iiool having largest enrollment. Special -Music. Offering. Address, "The Rights of the Child"- Miss Parker, Mr. Humbert. ntertainment of room and breakfast to out of town delegates.) DISCOVER PLOT TO KIDNAP EDSEL FORD Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 28. Four ar rests followed the discovery of a plot to kidnap Edsel Ford, son of Henry Ford, and hold him for a ran som of $200,000. The plot Is claim ed to have been unearthed by private detectives, and the arrests followed disclosures which they made of the information obtained by them. Twenty-five per cent Slscount on all battery work. Grants Pass Ser vice Staton. O'.tf (Ji-unge Hallowe'en Party The monthly dance of -Rogue River grange will .be a Hallowe'en dancing party, an Invitation affair. Neilson's orchestra' will play, end there will be refreshments. A prize -waltz will also ibe a feature. Pacific and Eastern Hold Announcement comes from Port land -today that the Pacific East ern railroad, running from Medford to Jftitte Falls, has been purchased by M. D. Olds, of Kalamazoo, Mich., the purchaser representing a syndi cate of Michigan timber men. The prlr e paid is said to fte $75,000. The road has been -In the hands of a re ceiver -for some Mine and has not been operating. FIRST CLASS AUTO ELECTRICIAN AND BATTERY REPAIRMAN j i Passed by the Board of Auto Meohanlo Examiners This !w was made for your benefit, why not take advantage of It. IIATTKItlKM OYKIillAl I.ICIi ANIMCH II AlKiKH For anything -ELECTRICAL E. A. ADAMSfAuto Electrician Phone 0 SOfl Hmilh Hltlli Htreot If- ! ll'illlliX One of the greatest dullghts of owning car Is the elegance of lines and distinctive appearance of your outfit. No matter what style of t le Maxwell you select you have a car that la correct in every line and detail. We are here for the purpose of helping you select the car you want so you are welcome to any Information we can give you. The Battery Shop 314 North Cth Street, across from the Court House,, is the WILLARD SERVICE STATION. Service Batteries for all cars. Phone 127 A. V. Hazelton9 Prop. Successor to C. A. Li :!; TIRES "the in:sr .M AUKS 1,1, sii:s KutUrui'tor)' ihIJiiMimimiIo mi-tile Spot Put on l-'n Kiv ulr service nl nil tiino i-HluMi' ileiilinft IS THIS WORTH AWTIIIXti TO Vol ".' ' C. L. Hobart Company Phono J 7 214 North Hlvlh Street 1920 DODGE 1920 . $1250.00 Grants Pass Goodyear Tires Oil, 40c .- (iiilliin VStlKtM Milllll l.ii ill ph IJATTKItlKS 2 per cent discount on all butteries for the next ;I0 day, in IHUUl insulation frunruntced 2 years. If your Fowl Is hard to "t,lrt le us recharge yeur mitKiii-t, G. A. LINCH, Mgr. Original Ulr. Spark "The flattery Man'