Grants Pass daily courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1919-1931, August 27, 1923, Image 1

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Home. Aug. 27.—(I. N. 8.1 —
♦ Pietro Mascagni, composer of
♦ the world-famous opera. "Caval-
♦ lerlx Rustleana,“announces that
♦ he Is just finishing an opera
♦ entitled "Vlstilla," which he
♦ started when a youth of eigh­
♦ teen. Mascagni will be 60 next
♦ month. The new work Is a 3-
♦ act Roman story of the Imperial
epoch, staged In Rome.
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Vienna, lug. 27. II. N. 8.1 ♦
■Berlin, Aug. 27.— (A. P.) —
Austria Is no longer the "par- ♦
♦ Berlin to Ixmdon and back in
■ ad Ise" of German vacui loners. . ♦ WI »*• III IS»I sw v ■
♦ one day was the record trip
The X7.
made recently by the German
:
iiny ornMiTirn
• "poor
pilot, Pieper, engaged in the
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regular aerial service for mall
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♦
♦ - the mark keegm on in Its fatal
♦ and passengers, Pieper arrived
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♦ plunge.
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♦ at Bremen via Hamburg on the
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♦ outward flight at 11 o'clock in
Yet, stabilization, which Is ♦
THIItl* AfTTEMIT BEING MIDE
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♦ the direct result of the Ameri­ ♦ MINERH AND Ol'ERATGRH TOLD ♦ the morning, and an hour and a
III.< NTLY THAT MINING
TO ESTABLISH NEW MARK
♦
♦ can loan that put Austria back 4
♦ half later resumed the journey
Ml MT CONTINUE
FOR ENIH RANCE
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♦ on Its feet, has not served as a ♦ ;
4 to Amsterdam and the English
♦ check to the steady upward ♦ Ì
♦ capital. By 6:20 In the after­
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♦ trend of prices in Austria. The
♦ noon he was back in Bremen.
♦ cost of living is mounting from
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♦ day to day. If 'Austrians want
London. Aug. 27.— II. N. R i­
♦ to get any benefit from their ♦
ling nerves may soon be an ordinary
♦ money they go to Germany, just ♦ ■
Will Take on Fuel From Another
substitute
for worn-out human ladxiiir, Farmers and li«lrpcH<lcnt<> ♦ ns a year ago- and even six ♦ Penns) Ivania Chief Deals Separately
Willi Owners and Workers--- Reails
And Other» Put I p t'andhluirx
nerves.
Stamford, Conn., Aug. 27.. .—(I. N. Plane So An Not To lie O'orceil To
♦ months ago—Germans came to ♦
Ills Address Today
Mukc lamiling For Two Days
For Sectional Interests
j S.(—Organized labor in Connectl-
Hr. Cosset, distinguished French
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♦ Austria to spend their marks.
i cut will attempt to do its own bank­
surgeon recently told British sur­
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At «Bad Gastein, the fashion- ♦ I
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I Ing business. The coming year will
geons l liut he has taken the fresh
♦ artile Summer resort, one stay
Srhool bolls will ring ngnln Mon­ nerve of a dog and grafted It on the
San Diego. Calif., Aug. 27.— (A.
Dublin, Aug. 27
(A. Pj--Lively' ♦ costs—for a modest tourist — ♦I
Harrisburg.
Penn., Aug. 27.— (A. I see Labor Banks established at Hart-
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day morning. September 10, ett m- ulnar nerve In u man's arm, with rifle und machine gun fire occurred ¡ ♦ 300.000 Austrian crowns. That ♦ P.)— Governor Pinchot assembled ! ford, Waterbury, Bridgeport and P.)—Cnpt. Lowell H. Smith, and
muiiltig the boys unit girls of the city excellent results.
Sensibility was In Dublin early today. National1 ♦ That Is. at the present rate of ♦ the leaders of each side In the anth­ | New Haven, according to a decision Lieutenant John P. Richter, started
from their summer vacation. Teach­ obtuined In the man's arm In 14K troops are patrolling the streets dur­ ♦ exchange, forty-five
million ♦ racite. controversy around his office I of a special committee appointed at at 5:67 a. m today in their third at­
ers fur nil grades have been secured duys and the power of movement In ing the Dall election.
♦ marks, or approximately 216. : tuble today and told them bluntly I the last annual meeting of the Con- tempt to establish a new world rec­
and assignments made Io rooms and 3 40 days.
that the proposed suspension of min­ ! necticut Federation of Labor. Pat- ord for endurance, distance and
♦ Thus Austria, a year ago the
buildiugs. There have been no tit-
ing on September 1 could not be al­ I rick F. O’Meara, of New Haven, pres- speed in excess of 2500 kilometers.
Dublin. Aug. 27. (A. P.|— The ♦ cheapest country in Europe, has
lempts to have the school opening
Irish Free State Is today holding a ♦ become the most expensive.
♦ lowed. Scarcely a sound interrupted i ident of the federation, is perma- They planned to take fuel aboard the
postponed this year.
the governor as he read his address. ’ nent chairman of the new state-lalsir plane while flying in order to remain
I general election to return members I ♦ « ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
The teachers and their assign-
aloft from 45 to 50 hours. They com­
He said he would deal separately banking commission.
to the Dail Elr«*ann. The duy every-1
munis follow:
with each side and the representa-
pleted the first seven laps over a 50
where Is a public holiday, all hunks : IOWA FURNISHES SIXTH
kilometer course at an average speed
OF CHICAGOANS' RI TTER lives of the miners and o*erators
High School
Volume Greater Than for Corre. being closed und l>usiii«*HH suspended. |
of 89 miles an hour. Then failed in
agreed. Thanking them, Pirw hot an-
All Irish men anil women over 21 I
s|M>ndlug I'<- i I< m I luv*t HcasiMi
I, <>. Ilepp, principal, chemistry.
two previous attempts on June 1V
Waterloo, la.. Aug 27.— (I. N. 8.) nounced tl.at the meeting would ad­
years of ag<* are «ntlthsl to the
Alden. Itudaey. Meleti«'«* anil mathe­
journ until 2 p. m., when the miners
and 23.
—
Iowa
supplied
the
Chicago
market
franchise.
matics.
Many Are Homeless as Result of
Kan Francisco, Aug 27.— < A. P.)
Ilrown, J. I’., history and physical — The volume of summer business
The election Is comparatively with 16 2 per cent of all the butter ’ will come to his private offices.
High Water of Rio Granile
training,
In Hie Heven states of the Twelfth quiet. Except for th<> intervention I received In the Windy City last
Calterson, Hazel, English.
Federal Reserve District Is consider-i of Mr. De Vulern, no political issue month. A total of 3,300,212 pounds
El Paso. Tex.. Aug. 27.— (A. P.)
Dentila, Esther, French und Hpanlsh. ably larger this year thun for the is raised, und vurious groups of of Iowa butter waa shipped to Chi­
—Hundreds of people fled from
Secretary
of
Local
<
'hamlier
of
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oni-
«ago
in
June,
according
to
tin*
re­
Horning. Alice, domestic science mid corresponding period last year,
farmers, laiuiur and independents,
their homes in the lowlands of Three Apfwar Today in Justice Court.
nicrce («oing to Klaiqath Falls
library.
cording to a report today by Fed- besides Individuals unconnected with i-ords of the Iowa Creamery Sec re-
Jaurez. Mexico, today fearing a fur­
Two Pay Flacs
taries
and
Managers'
Association.
Henry, II. Donna, liookkeeplng.
uny group, will put forward candi­
crnl Reserve Agent Perrin.
ther rise of the Rio Grande which
Lynn
Sabin,
for
the
past
two
years
In 1922 the state's creameries
Knotts, Ethel, stenography and tv pe­
date« aimed at the promotion of sec­
Friday drove 1200 from their homes.
Bqpiness in the office of the justice
li ritlng.
tional Interests. None of them is brought 248,462,205 Into the state secretary of the Grants Pass Cham­ Many adolie houses were reduced to of the peace was good today. The
ber
of
Commerce,
will
leave
for
Matlils, Gladys, English.
planuing a displacement of the exist­ from the sale of butter In markets
sits I I 111111. TlllXt.s
Klamath Falls next month to take a mud heaps by the water which stands first item on the schedule for the
Moore, Ina V., Jaitin.
liti: IGNORED IIV MEN ing government, It I m calculated ; outside Iowa. New York City re-
two feet deep in many Juarez streets. day was a charge against George I.
Peat, Elizabeth J., mathematics.
that no party can return a majority ceived 43,489.000 pounds of lowa similar position with the Klamath Bread lines and soup kitchens are Cooper, preferred by Game Warden
organization.
Mr.
Sabin
intends
to
Robinson, Irene, domestic art and
Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 27.— (I. N. of the house, and that th«* ministry ' butter last year and Chicago 40,- present his resignation to the mem­ feeding the homeless.
Bancroft. Cooper was found guilty*
English.
8.)—"We find mon investing In must therefore rely on support from 735,000 pounds.
of hunting without a license and bis
of
the
bers
of
the
board
of
director«,
<*ehauk, J. F„ Industrial arts.
horses, camels and dates. In or­ a combination of groups, though all
gun was taken from him and a fine
at a
local
chamber
.this
afternoon
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Htearns, 8. Mario, history.
chards and sheep, or other things of are agreed in repudiating the name
of |25 and costs assessed. He loses
special meeting. He does not intend
Washington H< bool
the world, hut they make few Invest­ of a coalition.
his right to bunt this year.. He has
to take up his duties with the Klam-
Th« seats of all the principal min­
Anna H Crane, principal.
ments In the things nf eternity—
, been in the state a year and a half.
ath chamber until September 20. al­
Hindus and Moslems Clash " Uh ! coming here recently from Klamath
Brown, Nellie.
friendship, charity und love," as­ isters are regarded as safe. Lalwiur
though he will spend a few days
Many Casualties
Mordoff. Jessie.
sert« d Rev. W. A. Stimson, local hopes to return 40 membent. double Railway Stations Congested Willi there previous to that time.
Falls. A fine of 210 and costs wan
Neuve. Elsie.
Its present strength, and the farm­
Episcopalian rector.
assessed to William P. Deardorff, of
Refugees
Mr. Sabin expresses regret at
Simla, British India. Aug. 27.— Roseburg, who was picked up Sat­
Trueblood, Bertha.
"Christ does not condemn wealth ers hope for as many. It is not
ing Grants Pass as he thinks
(A. P.)—Religious riots in the Unit- urday night on his way from the city
Smith, ('ora.
as such, liut tin* misuse of wealth," known whether Mr. De Valera can
city has a good future. "I am con­
Mi-Queen, Grayce.
continue«! Rev. Dr. Stimson. "He find the 30 candidates In* contem­
Sofia, Aug. 27.—11. N. S.)—Rail­ vinced of the future of Grants Pass,” ed Provinces are continuing, accord­ at Medford. The charge against him
plates.
In
perhaps
half
n
dozen
|
does
not
laud
poverty
us
such,
but
way stations in Serbia and Bulgaria ! he said, "for, located as it is at the ing to dispatches, Hindus and Moe- was for speeding, this being prefer­
Lincoln School
constituencies
his
cundidate
is
ex
­
shows
that
it
is
a
condition
when
along
the Sofia-Constantinople line I junction of the highways it is des­ lenis clashed at Agra last night, red by the state traffic officer.
Blanche I). Williams, Principal.
pected
to
receive
a
quota
of
votes,
'
materlul
prosperity
does
not
prevent
The third case was that against
present a picture these days that is | tined to be the largest city in south­ Firearms were used. Casualties are
9-vi L. Berry.
reported to have been heavy, All Joe Bellen, a youth of 17, who was
but
the
success
of
the
others
will
de
­
one
from
thinking
of
and
seeing
reminiscent
of
the
times
when
Bel-,
ern
Oregon
within
a
few
years,
if
.losephiiM* Gebers.
God."
pend Ou how the transferable votes gian refug«-es were fleeing before the conditions remain as they now are. ! business and postal deliveries in the accused of stealing a bicycle belong­
Estelle Ilesini.
of
labour, farmer and independent advance of the German armies. Hun­ I have enjoyed hearty cooperation r> i city are suspended.
ing to a local youth. The lad was
Zella I .on I mi * Buckingham.
picked up by Chief McLane and held
candidates
arc distributed.' In uny dreds of Albanians migrating from here from everybody and could not
Mildred McRrlen.
until his trial. He was given a 30-
event no forecast puts the number Serbia to Asia Minor throng the de­ wish more in any community into I
Anna M. Jensen.
day suspended jail sentence and is
of republican successes higher than pots.
which I may go. I am looking for­ PREFERS PENITENTIARY TO
Alice M. Poole.
TERM IN REFORMATORY’ now working at the box factory. He
20. These would all refuse the oath
Authorities in every town have re-| ward to the time when I can come­
Riverside Hcliool
States Attorneys General Asked to of allegiance and boycott the new
was following the circus and gives
back
and
go
into
business,
whether
fusetl to admit the refugees, and |
Sylvia Wise, Principal.
Make Investigation
Chlacgo, Aug. 27.— (I. N. 8.)— his home as Amsterdam, New Y'ork.
parliament,
business
or
in
the
Chamber
of
Com
­
hence
they
are
compelled
to
congre-
i
Mary E. Robbins.
Illinois penitentiaries Beeni to be
Mr. De Valera himself is standing gate in the stations as they await merce work.”
Mildred Aspinwall.
Minneapolls, Aug. 22.— (A. P.)—~
growing
tame.
He trains to their intended destinations. * During the time Mr. Sabin has
Jennie A. Hansen.
Stales attorueys-general of the Unit­ for Clare, hie old constituency,
“We have reached the point where
l«eea
secretary
of
the
Chamber
of
Eunice Blodgett.
ed States were asked today by is still "on the run," and a leading Train service is infrequent, and I
Commerce the membership has been we send hardened criminals to the
Helen Ellis.
(’hurles G. Griffith and George E. minister has declared that while this many spend days huddled, with their
built up to 215 from 87 paid up Pontiac Reformatory and first of­
Nellie Young.
Short, attorneys general of Kansas government holds office he will lie pitiful belongings, in any temporary
The organization has fenders to the penitentiary," com­ Automobile Plunges From Highway
shelter they can find—or without ' menil>ers.
Ilea trice Webb.
and Oklahoma, respectively, to start "kept on the run."
Two Mlles From Kalama
printed
and
distributed 62,000 mented Criminal Court Judge Davis
There has been a slight agitation shelter.
Roosevelt School
a nation-wide luvestigutlon of the oil
after
Elmer
Green,
23.
who
pleaded
The refugees are rather a sorry ( pieces of publicity literature to tour­ guilty to robbery with a weapon, ex­
Minnie E. Vlgus, Principal.
Industry to determine if the "Stand­ as to the unfulrness of disfranchis­
Kelso, Wash., Aug. 27.— (A. P.)
ists and inquirers. Thousands of I
Hattie Gellers.
ard Oil Company Is manipulating the ing the 12.000 prisoners. Init Mr. De lot. There is a large percentage o<
pressed his preference for the peni- -—Oscar F. Quoidbach, of Portland,
inquiries
have
been
answered
by
let
­
Margaret Alexander.
gasoline market to put 40,000 mid- Y'alera has attached little Importance women and children, with many old
who was arranging to open a shoe
ter in an effort to interest people in tentiary.
Eillthe Hunting.
country producers out of business." to that, provided an unimpeded ap­ men. They carry all their personal
The prisoner’s counsel explained store at Longview, was killed this
this
locality.
The
office
rooms
have
peal Is
allowed
to the people («elonglngs in hags and bundles, to
that in the penitentiary prisoners morning when the automobile he
throughout the country willing to which they cling with ferocious ten­ been moved from the second floor of were eligible for parole tn eleven was driving plunged from the high­
the'
Peerless
building
to
the
first
vote republican. The imprisonment acity. One aged woman, closely veil­
months, where in Pontiac they are way at the foot of a hill two miles
is more serious than the mere loss ed, for they are all Mohammedans, floor in the Grants Pass and Jose­ often held 23 months.
w north of Kalama.
phine
bank
building.
The
organiza
­
carried in a bag a rooster and a hen.
(Contlnued on Page Three)
her pets, in the hope of having them tion of the Cavemen was also
wherever she might settle. An old fected.
MISS OLIVE M. JONES
man clung desperately to an alarm
DR. RUSSFI I. T. UHLS
clock and never allowed other hands
Austin, Texas, Aug. 27.
27.— (A. P.) Georgia Island. Sandwich and I-atter
to touch it.
—What la claimed to be the longest Islands. The last group Is covered
As there are ninny prosperous Al­
and most extensive natural history with ice and snow throughout the
banians living in Bulgaria the Al­
year and frequently visited by vol­
banian consul at Sofia had obtained
expedition ever undertaken will lie
canic eruptions. It Is stated,
London. Aug.' 27.—(I. N. S.) — waa to extract the fuse from the
permission of the Bulgarian govern­
started In September under the dl-
After visiting several groups of
The battlefields of Northern France shell.
ment
for
the
refugees
to
settle
in
this
reetlon of «George Finlay Simmons, Islands in the Antarctic region, the
“The shells were put in a crude
are returning to their pre-war ap­
country. He got a distinct shock
Texas naturalist. The expedition. party will move to Cape Town, (Afri­
cubicle,"
he said, describing the
when the pilgrims refused to accept
pearance. and green fields are now breaking up operations, “buttressed
which Is sponsored by the Cleveland ca. The winter season will be spent
Bulgarian hospitality.
taking the place of the battle-scarred with tnndbags and railway sleepers,
Museum of Natural History, will In Africa. Expeditions will be made
cover approximately 25,000 miles into the mainland along the west
and trench-furrowed countryside, ac­ through which the end of the shell
and will bo In progress for two years. African coast and visits to St. Helena
cording to Fred N. «Pickett, who has protruded, so the workmen could
The expedition will leave New and Ascension Islands In the middle
organized the breaking up of the operate with special fuse tools. The
BASEBALL SCORES
lxnidon, Conn., early in September Atlantic.
huge dumps of ammunition and war fuse, having «been extracted, the
on «i specially equipped schooner,
On approach of the Arctic sum­
charge was then either washed or
material in France and «Belgium.
commanded by George Comber, who mer, the naturalists will go Into the
Philadelphia, Aug. 27.—(A. P.) —
The whole of Northern France burnt out.
commanded the McMillan Relief Ex­ southern part of th 'Indian ocean.
Cy Williams, Philadelphia center
"Millions of rounds of ammuni­
bus been cleaned up, says Pickett.
pedition in ID 17. The party will Life on the Crozet, Desolation nnd
fielder, stepped ahead of Babe Huth
Poison gas has been dissipated, and tion and belts of charges for quick
visit many volcanic Islunils and wild Kerguelen ¡Islands will •be Mu (lieti,
today when he drove out Ills 33rd
some 356,000 tons of materials have firing guns were dealt with by an
regions In the Antarctic and Indian An effort will be made to get specl-
home run of the season.
appliance which ripped out the bul­
been returned to commercial use.
oceans.
|
National
mens of the giant sea elephant of
“Each month for the past three lets and separated the ihrass case
After leaving New London, the the Antarctic region.
Cincinnati
years,,” Pickett said in an interview, from the copper attachments, ■while
first landing of the expedition will
Boston
Specimens obtained on the eipe-
"5,000 men have dealt with 1,000,- a water sluice swept away the pow­
be 81. Paul rocks off the coast of dltlon will be brought to the Cleve-
000 shells, half a million grenades, der."
«Brazil. From tlisre the course will land museum and to the American
Pickett thinks that the Allies and
MI m Oliva M. Junta, principal of a Clnclnnati ....
and three-quarters of a million fuses,
lead directly south into the land of Museum of 'Natural History in New public school In Naw York city, who Bo ton
breaking up of America produced much superior
Dr. Russell T. Uhls of Kansas City, representing the
the Antarctic. Ilnvestlgatlons «will York., which Is cooperating In the waa sleeted president of the Notional
American
* ammunition during the latter part
Mo., who cured three thousand tra- 20,000 tone monthly.
ho made nnd specimens of bird and excursion, according to Mr. Sim­ education aoaoclatlon at Its convention Boston
0 chores cases In the Near Eaat orphan,
“My organization’s primary ob- of the war. but says that Germany’s
In
Oakland,
Cal.
other life collected on the South mons.
2 agee at Alexandropol, Armenia.
Chicago
ject in breaking up the ammunition TNT was perfect and never equalled.
TEACHERS GET ASSIGNMENTS
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MONDAY, AUGI HT 27, 162:1.
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NO POLITICAL ISSUES RAISED
il I i I i IIII l U
’ MEETINGS ARE HELD TODAY
SUMMER BUSINESS IS BETTER
LYNN SABIN IS LEAVING CITY
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ALBANIANS LEAVING SERBIA
BUSINESS RUSHING IN COURT
INDIA HAS RELIGIOUS RIOTS
GASOLINE PROBE IS WANTED
p
PORTLAND MAN DIES IN WRECK
FIELDS OF NORTHERN FRANCE ARE RETURNED TO