Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1906)
ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, OCTOBER 12. 1906,
A HATTER &F HEALTH
Absr lately Pure
AOreair f Tartar Powder,
free fit n jium or phos
IIAS t:0 SUBSTITUTE
All matter for this column Is supplied
bv the Josephine County Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union, Y. and L. T. L
The first meeting of the new year
1906-7 Grants Paw W. O. T. U. was
held at the home of Mrs. Pike, Octo
ber 5, Mrs. Henkle presiding. At
tendance was larger than it was
October 6, 1905, and a spirit of
deeper interest manifested.
Officers and members engaged in the
Consecration service led by Mrs.
Oar faithful evangelistic superin
tendent, Mr. Bower, met with us.
All rejoioed to hear ber voice again
in oar meeting.
Business session was interesting.
List of superintendents as nominated
by the official board, was read. Upon
motion same was aooepted and secre
tary instructed to notify them of their
election. Plans to bn submitted at
the regular meeting October 13 at
MRS. HATTE L C. CALVERT,
Convention week for tbe Woman's
Christian Temperance Union of Ore
gon and New berg was honored by tbe
gathering of this host of indefatigable
workers for temperanoe reform. At
the opening meeting on Monday night
vocal mnsio was furnished by Prof.
Carrick, W. B. Cory, Mrs. Nelson
and Mrs. Edwards. 'Words of wel
come were extended by W. 0. Wood
ward on behalf of the city, Rev. W.
Are a part of every'prescription we
fill. The doctor doesn't write them
down with the other ingredients
because of tacit understanding that
they are to go iu always, and he
knows that they will go in when
you bring his order to us.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and long
remedy, and on az-oonnt of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any sntsfi
tute offered as no other preparation
will give the same satisfaction. It is
mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
delicate persons. For sale by H. A.
showed, at tbe battle of Ansterliti.
he was the greatest leader in the
world Ballard's 8now Liniment has
shown the poblio it is the best Lini
ment in the world.' A quick cure for
Rheumatism., Sprains, Burns, Cute,
etc. A. C. Pitts, Rodessa, La. says:
'I nse Ballard's Snow Liniment in
my family and find it unexcelled for
ore ,cbest, headache, corn, to fact
for antyhing that; can be reached by a
liniment" For sale by National
Drug Co. and by Roterannd.
forget-Baby is restless, can't sleep at
night, won't eat. cries spasmodically.
A bottle of. White' OeaivVermi-
fnge never i j
mother should give, ber bat White's
. Varailfnm. . So mMV -time
when tbe baby is pale and fretful, the
mother does not. know , what to do. A
bottle of this medicine would bring
color to his cheeks and laughter to
hU eves., (Jive U.a.UifJ- Sold.by
National Drug Co. and bytotermund.
S. Lowrey for the chnrchet, Prinol
pal R. W. Eirk for the publio school,
aud President McGrew for the col
lege. The response was made by
Mrs. J. D. Cooper of The Dalles.
Mrs. Unroll spoke on "The National
Outlook," and Mrs. L. Despain of
Lane county on "Oar Ammunition,"
after which a social hoar was ipnt in
getting acquainted. Tuesday morn
iBg's session was increased very ma
terially in numbers by tbe arrival of
a large number of delegates cn the
A committee coturoetd of Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Dalgleish and Mrs.
Newell was appointed to attend the
funeral of J. T. Cotton, father of Mrs.
Scott the president of the local
Union. The roll call of state officers
was responded to by a large number.
Vioe-president Mrs. Newell spoke
of her work in organizing Unious
which showed much hard, selfsacrifio
ing work in making difficult trips
throughout the field.
Mrs Lillie Smith was appointed
platform page and Miss Edith Mia
chin time keeper.
Mrs. L P. Round gave a good re
port on evangelistic work and Mrs.
Keller followed in a touching report
Mrs. Donaldson stated that in the
matter of scientific temperance in
struction this has been a banner year.
Mrs. Blain gave an encouraging re
port on the work in connection with
penal and reformatory institutions
and Mrs. Hosmer spoke for the work
in connection with the press.
At the Tuesday evening service
Mrs Eva Wheeler, of Cottage Grove,
read a well prepared paper on patent
medicines followed with some prac
tical demonstrations in which she
showed to the aadienoe that the lemon
extract of the trade aud Jamaica gin
ger in two ounce bottles contain
enough alcohol to light the kitchen
fire on a frosty morning.
The annual address of the president,
Mrs. Additon, was a lengthy paper
which showed the work of a trained
mind in preparation and was well
worth hearing. She went over the
ground covered in the year's work,
and gave words of cheer as she spoke
of the hopeful outlook for the future.
In conclusion she said: "There are
many phases of this mighty, surging
movement in which we are engaged
that I long to bring to you, but time
is short, the problem deep as God's
love, broad as humanity's needs, and
it Is life life here, life eternal.
What is lifet Forenoon, afternoon,
night; forenoon, afternoon, night;
forenoon, afternoon and what? The
empty song repeats itself no more.
Tea, that is life. Make this forenoon
This afternoon a psalm, this night a
And time is conquered and the crown
At the Wednesday morning session
the county presidents outlined their
plans'for the year. Mrs. Lillii A. P.
White of Newberg who was the first
woman called to the work in Oregon
was made a life member as well as a
Dumber of other'.
After lunch four conferences were
held in tbe different rooms of the
church after which the convention
was called to order and the president
gave her recommendations to the
delegates followed by a thank offering
service. At 4 o'clock a parent's meet
ing was held.
Wednesday night a Grand Gold
Medal contest was held in Duncan's
hall the contestants being Miss Lillith
Moore, Albany; Earle Childers, Mil
ton; Mrs. Minerva Brown, Newberg,
R. B. Miller, Haltey; Mrs. R. J.
Keeny, Brownsville. The medal
was awarded to Mr. Miller. Other
features of the evening's session
was a talk on "The Young Woman
of Today" by Miss F. E. Gotshall, of
Portland, aud a singing contest by
three girls, Susie Broaillette,
Florence Cook and Anabel Barr, in
which the latter was the winner.
To Cnr Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qnin
ioe Tablets. Druggists refund money
If it fails to cure. t. W. GROVE'S
signature is on each box. 26c.
The lateet in calling cards at the
Bsautilollr located la Portlsod. Orsro.
oBsrs nnrpuiri (acilltlei lor tka el-
tart and odocatioa of roans women. Special
opportunities In Maslc. Art Lansuai es and Liter
stara. WoU ooalptwd PhMlcal and Cbsalcal La
Ontario. Hsrsartaa and Mlatral Cabin. To
kutaetaad sldoat Ladioa' Soailoarr ia Ik radio,
Northwest. H sojsts a aanoaal fspataiiaa lor Im
partial tk beet physical. aontal and oral traiar
tea nod dereloatai tra weajaakeod. Eelp
aoclailf and adwcaalaaaUr loc the moot suited
Starloa. Cooler) Acadssilc aad Cslltsisl Doers s
w? Slat Aatkerttr. Isiorisraace wilt coartrtloa
a aoa-CatfceUc la acrapaloaslr seaided. Acadeaf
a) Maallr tocnlad. aaat taaalrta. cook aaw
kkfwa. Social spQrtssttlee sack a are svauaal
la so atber city a Use Csest Baildiet lars aad
coaaodioaa. well Ut bled, bosled aad eaaMlated:
darallari aad peltate rooas sapplied wltb afl
aodors coaeaaiaea. Tbe lasttlaUoa la liberal
aad si m i issi is wttboat sacrlnclnf the ckaracksr
aad iraaitlsas f as and achmeaeat. Taraa
aodest. Satisfactory references requited. Writ to
aaaoaaceaeat booklet. Board aad tertteatlHpar
soar. Address Sutcr Superior, St. Urj'i Acadeap
PORTLAND, OREGON, U.S. A.
WIFE NO. 1 DOES HOUSEWORK
FOR WIFE XO. 2 AND BOTH
Remarkable lYolilem Fares a Court
When Roth Women Refuse to
Madison, Wis., Oct. 10. Charles
R. Sager, 28 years old, his wife, who
Is the mother of his two small child
ren, and another woman to whom he
was married unlawfully, have been
living in the same house since last
May, the lawful Mrs. Sager acting as
servant in the home of which her
rival is mistress. Sager, who Is an
insurance solicitor and custodian of
the buildings of the University of
Wisconsin, voluntarily made this con
fession in court yesterday. Every one
concerned is contented with this ar
rangement of their domestic affairs,
both women resenting it when the
"Charley is a good, kind man, and
we shall stick to him through thick
and thin," said the second Mrs.
Sager after the man in the case had
been sent to jail. "Shan't we, Bes
sie?" she asked of the first Mrs.
"We surely will stick by him," said
"So long as the three persons con
cerned," Mrs. Sager No. 2 went on,
"are satisfied with this arrangement,
I don't think outsiders should inter
fere and try to make trouble."
Judge Donovan of the Municipal
Court said that the law must take its
course and that Sager could not be
released, at least not until an investi
gation should have been made.
Both women are young and attrac
tive in appearance. The first Mrs.
Sager is tall and a blonde. The sec
ond is short and a brunette.
While being extmined in court oa
the charge of having assaulted a bar
tender Sager astonished Judge Don
ovan by voluntarily telling his story.
KJKCTEIi FOR VISITING MOTHER.
New Yorker Brings Test Case in Salt
New York, Oct. 10. Justice New
burger and a Jury in the Supreme
Court are called upon to decide
whether a hotel proprietor has the
legal right to eject a man from the
room of a woman, afguest of the ho
tel, upon whom he is calling, on the
strength of a rule of the hotel for
bidding a woman guest from receiv
ing men visitors except in one of the
public parlors. The question Is
raised by Frank Arms In a suit
against the Navarre Hotel and Im
portation Company for $25,000 dam
ages which was set down for trial
Arms called at the Navarre to visit
his mother, Mrs. F. H. Arms. He
went to her room, but was called on
by the house detective who request
ed him to go down to the office and
see the clerk. He declined to "sse
the clerk" and "was arrested and
taken down to the clerk's desk, to
his great humiliation and annoy
ance." The managers of the Navarre say
that the whole trouble was due to
the failure of Arms to stop at the
desk and explain who he was before
going up to his mother's room.
nig Catch In Hlgh-Irired Skins.
Victoria. B. C, Oct. 10. The seal
ing schooner Caaco returned last
night from Bering Sea with 811 seal
skins and 12 sea otter pelts, the lat
ter being valued at from $7,000 to
$10,000 each. Tbe schooner reported
having spoken the Japanese schooner
Tlye Maru, one of the raiders which
lost five men killed and twelve cap
tured at St. Paul Island, and the
Japanese asked for a chart of tht
Prlbyloff Islands, which was not fur
nished. The Japanese admitted hav
ing been at Copper Islands.
The sealing catch will b small this
Farmer Cleveland Back la Tewa.
New York, Oct. 10. Ex-Presldenl
Cleveland, who has been living oa
his farm near Tamworth, N. H., will
retura te Prlaeeton with his family
today. During the summer he bat
led a very active life, superintending1
.the.. removal of old aad the ereetlos
of new buildings ea his farm, aad
his health is excellent In every way.
Snow la Jfew York.
Hew York. Oct. 10. Snow senilis
were reported la the CaUkllla yester
day. For a time the (roaai was
covered with snow.
crF:c-:'3 zo r.z tried.
Ccurl--r.r::.-.l Isivs ?:. n of Ary Eo
c:.o ri Mu'.'..:CiTs.
Ct. retvb;:r, Oct. 10. The com
r.'.tteos niipoinicd by Kmporor Nicho
las to lnvoit'.gate the causes of the
veaoorg a.ij Crunstuit mutinies
fouau tuct t-e blame v.-j largely at
tr:!jiui'o'.o to the tegllgence and in-cS-cl.-.i'.y
of the oncers. It 13 conald
c.vd pic'ui.lile that several of the lat
ter will b tried by court-martial as
a re-t't of the Investigation. The
continued n.ival mutinies are regard
eJ hv the commit lee as being un
avoidable under the present condi
tions. Kven th wnrers of the St.
C :ory: CroSLi. which Is conferred, like
the Lritleh Victoria Cross, for acts of
extreme bravery and devotion to
duty, are affected. One of these was
condemned to death recsntly at St.
Petersburg for tlbobedleuce ol orders
and atrikt; an o.Hcer.
Cclar.cl SomanavsK.y, after a long
lnojtloat!ou of the Grenadiers.
Viilch n-.utin.'ej, has been relieved of
Jdty ar.d will be tr'.ed by court-martial
oa the charge of laxity in niain
Ulnlns discipline la the regiment.
STAfCDARDGiL IN COURT
TRIAL OX COXSHRACY CHARGE
ItlJtilNS lil'OP.E Jl'DGE
Flndlay, Ohio, Oct. 10. The Stand
ard OU Company of Ohio was put
on trial here yesterday charged with
conspiracy against trade in violation
of the State anti-trust laws. The
penalty prescribed is a fine of from
$500 to $5,000 or from six to twelve
John D. Rockefeller was originally
a party to the suit, but was granted a
separate trial, the date of which will
depend on the success of the State in
the present proceedings. It is said
that Mr. Rockefeller will not be a
witness and will not attend the trial.
The Buckeye Pipe Line Company
and the Manhattan Oil Company,
both State corporations, are also de
fendants, but have also secured sep
The trial will be before Judge O.
Q. Banker and a jury. The Standard
will be represented by general coun
sel of the company, F. M. Elliott ot
New York; Virgil P. Kline of Cleve
land and James O. Troup, of Bowl
ing Oreen, Ohio.
The prosecution will be conducted
by Professor David of Hancock
county, assisted by Qeorge F. Phelpa,
a local attorney.
The work of selecting a Jury be
gan without delay.
HORSE Jl'MPH INTO AVTO.
Animal Said to Have rieen Craxed by
TJTeeuwlch, Conn., Oct. 8. Miss
Jennie Ray, 23 years old, Is in the
Greenwich General Hospital so badly
Injured that she may die. Her in
juries are the result of a runaway
horse jumping into an automobile in
which she and two other women and
a baby were riding.
Mlnot Sammlns was bringing Mr
and Mrs. Everett Dickens and child.
Miss Ray, and her sister, Bessie,
home In the auto when the horse,
which had a bridle on, dashed over
a stone fence and made for tbe ma
chine. His feet struck the machlns
between the body and mudguards
and his head slid along the body,
bringing up against an Iron projec
tion. He died with his head la Miss
Miss Ray was on the side which
was crushed In, and ha dher arm
broken and her jaw and skull frac
tured, and it Is feared she received
Internal injuries. Tbe two other
women and the baby escaped un
hurt. It Is believed that the searchlight
in the machine crazed the horse.
t We offer $100 Reward for any case
of Catrrh that cannot be cursed by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions, and finan
cially able to carry ont any obliga
tions made by his firm. W aiding,
Kiniian & Marvin, Wholesale Drag
gists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken inter
nally, acting directly anon the blood
and muoo'is surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 76c
per bottle. Sold by all DrnggisU.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Hm ttAod th test 25 veers. Avena Aaiaul Saks
bottles. J)oa fh near
HIGH GRADE SHOP
For Teas Coffees, Grocery Specialties
Tea is the only beverage of which the
United States guarantees the quality
Our Teas are always Al quality and
the prices are right.
A fresh supply of NEW CROP Spider
Leg, Uunpowder, Pan Fired and Oreen
Oylon Tea just placed on sale. OUR
Black and Colored Teas are always in
the lead, aud you have a foil Hue of
English Breakfast, Oolong and Ceylon
to choose from.
Try Suivthe's Quality Shop brands of
Coffee they are winners atSOo, 85, 80,
85 and 40o per pound.
Our line of Cereals and H-0 goods Is
Yon will have to get a hump on if
yon want to select China or glass from
oar present stock ; it is going fast
We have not told yon about oar line
of silverware but it is "floe and dan
dy" see it, and get prioes.
IbSMYTHE'S QUALITY SHOP I
Smythe-Gambis Company I
412 Front St. KESTERSON BLOCK Phone 431 I
f ' iiSV tASt. JA. S VTX "V
-sggswygBbha-- j iv
SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS
The Grants Pass Bulletin
It is illustrated with half-tone cuts
of scenes in the Rogue River Valley
and is full of descriptive matter.
It Will Cost You Nothing.
Just bring or send the names to me
and I will mail it free of charge.
W. B. SHERMAN
The Real Estate Merchant
List your property with me and I will
advertise it in the BULLETIN lree of charge.
and SALE STABLES
OtLMOEZ tt BOKZV, FroprleUri.
H Street between Fifth od Sixth PaoaiMI Grant Paaf. Orcfoa
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
Gi tsar K&mtoycmT
ftotlta N Xk VMC MOKonp f brown
Miss China Lee
You soon will see
Is just as neat as she
The reason why
You soon will spy:
CHI-NAF.1EL is her
CHI-NAM EL la a liquid finish for
floors, interior woodwork and furniture
that is far superior U any other made.
It is used by the Chinese to give that
fine brilliant finish to their bamboo and
other wares, which withstand, bending
and banging, without cracking or mar
ring the brilliant and glossy finish.
It cornea in all the hardwood
finishes, such as Oak, Walnut,
ey , .
wneiry, mauogany, Rosewood,
' Rstlnornntt mnA 111 lit,.t.J
hot and cold water and soap.
We will boil it In water for won
or pound it with a hammer, and
will guarantee that what we sell
you will stand the same test.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
. . . FEED
over One and a
emok tvoo uver n