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Canada has hanged George
man and murderer.
wife, saved from the rope by
public appeals, sent him word “ I
shall never cease praying for
you.” She, poor woman, will have
time to keep that promise in her
life imprisonment. In Canada it
MEAN'S life imprisonment.
I U||(fDQ Extensive Growth of Register
V f V o u . P m iin n iP iif \
New Epuipment Necessary
O n e H u n d re d and Ten Mile* of
W a lk in g I* R e c o r d o f O n e
St ud ent .
When The Ashland Register | task or re-equipping the news-
first made its appearance some paper plant to properly care for
ten months ago. as a semi-weekly j this ¡ncreased business,
newspaper, there were certain
ideals adopted at that time, and i
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which have been steadfastly held «^rs will be placed for additional
equipment that will give the !
to, until the last few weeks.
Register some latitude and that i
! These ideals embodied the
principal that the news columns will enable the management to
should not give way to advertis- keep pace with a rapidly expand
ing. that a certain per centage o f ing business. Additional carrier
reading matter should always be boys are being added this week,
and the many subscribers who
However, the por ularity of The have been so patient in the mat
Register far exceeded our expec ter of late deliveries, can now
tations. The circulation growth expect their home newspaper
has been tremendous, and with more nearly on time.
One more important announce
the phenominal increase in cir
culation, has come a correspond ment that will mean much to the
ing increase in advertising patron business interests as well as
age, until now The Register man subscribers to The Register will
agement is confronted with the be made shortly.
ra of w wnniui: cnp
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R e v o lv e r
L ea ve* H osp it al W h ile
G u a r d I* O ut.
FU ND IS
JH oy Kelly, the
who occupied the front pages for
some time recently by his ma
rtage to an Ashland girl, when
he had not gone through the for
mality of securing a divorce
front a former wife, has again
become news, when word of his
Sparing that woman is a step
escape from the county hospital
toward civilization. Once thous
at Redding was phoned to Chief
ands a year were hanged for pet
of Police Charles Clause, this Thirty Business Men Re
ty crimes. Hence the expression,
“As well be hanged for a sheep Last Payment on Bonds
port at Chamber for
as a lamb.” Children were hang
Duty Early Thi*
Kelley was being held in the
for New Dam Will be
hospital by county authorities
ed and quartered in Franklin’s
Made in 1957
where he was recowring from a
HALF RETURNS IN
gur: »hot wound, received when
BE NO RAISE
he attempted to break away
hanging children, and gradually
from officers who were seeking Early Indications Are the
will stop hanging women and Water
him on a check charge. According
Fund Will be Raised
finally will STOP HANGING.
Schedule Adopted at
the California sheriff, Kelley
Within Short Time
And men, astonished, will see
Present Will not be
was ready to be removed from
Thirty business men reported to
j the hospital a few days ago, and
the chamber of commerce office
S e c o n d o f Main D ra m a tic P ro
Tom Wise is dead, Shepherd
and authorities agreed it was this morning and were assigned
d u ct io n » b y S ch o o l to be
of the Lambs’ club, and a good final payment made upon the
$425,000 bond issue
better to keep him under medical to teams and visited local busi
G iv e n Soon .
P e r s o n a l Vis it * M a d * by A**i*t-
M in is te ria l A s s o c ia t io n to H av e
actor. Years ago William A.
twice by AshUr.d residents, and
While his guard was at ness houses to assist in getting
aat Secretary o f C ham ber
Brady asked this writer to see
breakfast this morning, he made the service fund for the chamber
The second of the main dram
of C om m erce.
Tom Wise in a play called “ A adopted by the council at a recent
his getaway, taking the revolver activities subscribed. Most of the
atic productions of the year in
ments on the bonds are so ar high school thespian circles is in
that the guard had left in the men were on the job but a sho-t
Mr. and Mi
that Brady was producing.
time as their comin gwas expected
ranged that there will be no raise preparation. “ Clarence,” by that
room with him.
spent Sunday visiting tourists I opening of the Standard Bible
and business people generally
in water rates if the estimates inimitable playwrite and novel
This writer told Brady, “ You
greeted them with pens in hand
which are based upon the rev ist, Booth Tarkington, is one of camps and resorts in southern der the auspices of the Minister
have a first class play, and there
to help the fund.
enue at the present time are not the best by this famous author. Oregon, representing the cham ial association
is in it a young actor playing a
interfered with. The council in Tarkingtjn. noted for his novels ber o f commerce in extending an c r e d i t e d interdenominational
minor part, jumping over chairs,
aninunts the committee had them
a resolution passed at a meeting of the life of the younger gen invitation to the general meeting leaders, the first of the series of
etc., that is going to make a suc
listed for and a few doubled the
held last Friday explains that eration,
“ The to be held in Ashland, Friday the two evening sessions occur
cess. You ought to make a con
quota. otheiS making substantial
the operating cost which is esti Flirt.” and the unforgetable "Pen-
ring at the local M. E. church
tract with him.”
increases in the amounts.
mated to be $16,000 a year may rod" ha» succeeded beyond all of afternoon, April 27.
P o t tib ili tia t o f L o c a l Real Et
man’s name was Douglas Fair
By noon, half of the card*
increase or decrease, depending his previous succes-.es in “ Clar
7:50 to 8:10 an inspirational and
ta to B o a r d D u c u i i r d at
were returned and signed and
upon the conditions that con ence.”
G. Harlan, secretary of the devotional period was intersper
on Tuesday and Wednesday the
front Ashland in the future.
“ Clarence” is the story of a chamber of commerce is for the sed, the second session of the
What Cooper wrote about the
Chamber force expects all card*
They feel, according to the character that is new in the an purpose of evolving a definite evening taking place from 7:50
Local real estate men met to
last noble red men will soon be j
back in the office. A. C. Ninin-
day at the Lithia Springs hotel
nals of American drama, the
written of the last wild horse.
ger and W. P. Walters were on
Not long afterward, thanks to the
hand at the Chamber office this
motor truck, will come the last creased considerably during the who is also the ex-soldier. Typi being made to assemble daVa on land has been appointed dean of Northwest associations to confer
morning assigning men on teams
on matters of common interest,
cally absent minded, given to the
of the tame horse.
and tke first count showed the
In the state of Washington a crease when the new plant is in making of dryly humorous re well as scenic places o f interest which comprises Grants Pass. C. V. Johnson, real estate de Nininger solicitors slightly in the
partment, Salem; Sherwood Wil
marks he is a laugh provoker
thousand wild horses yesterday
It is also the plan of the coun throughout. And Clarence is not placed before tourists.
The three liams, president of Pacific North
were being driver, toward Yakima
Persons taking cards will assist
towns will give credited courses west Real Estate association, La.
left alone to make a comedy; no
their hides to be sold, their flesh
the Chamber in completing the de
fed to fox farms, or fed to dogs
tails of this job by returning them
and chickens. The carcasses are to take up out standing obliga Father Wheeler or the always and every one expressed them ings weekly and two sessions at retary Pacific Northwest asso
before Wednesday evening. As
worth |3 each.
soon as the campaign is finished
of Talent irrigation water. These
“ Clarence” has been a packed
local brokers. Arrangements are several important matters will
A big candy factory is closed
house success wherever It has
being considered to form a local be started by the office force.
‘in New York city, called “ men-
played. The longest run was of
The drive thi* morning wa*
jace to health,” by Commissioner present bonds, carry an interest 14 week» at the Hudson theater lowed up by formal invitations classes in Medford during the board which will affiliate with
charge of 4% per cent.
This in New York where the part of and the tourists committee of the latter part of the week.
the Northwest and National asso preceded by a banquet at the
Ashland Hotel last night, with
Four courses are Eveing offered ciations.
Buy pure candy from shops will effect a material saving in “ Bobby” interpreted by Earl Chamber under whose direction
the meeting will be held, expects in the training classes: The New
and manufacturers with estab interest charges.
Several local men will attend W. P. Walters, secretary of the
Lininger in the local production,
The resolution further states was made famous by Glen Hunt about one hundred to be in at Testament class, in charge of a dinner tonight at the Medford local Y. M. C. A. as the main
All sorts of
Rev. Pemberton, pastor of the Hotel at which the visiting o ffi speaker. Mr. Walter, m a plea
trash is fed to children. A cer that the entire cost of the pro er, the star in "Merton of the tendance.
M. E. church; teaching work cials will speak before the Med for unity, not only in the drive
tain clay mixed and flavored and
of the church, with Dr. Van ford group. lx>eal men attending for a service fund, but in every
a little inferior chocolate is sold originally anticipated.
The cast is small and Miss
The resolution will be published
Nuys. instructor; training in wor are: G. H. Billings, Mr. Brown, day life as well, outlined some
for pure chocolate. That crime
who is directing the pro
ship and devotional life, is un Dan Payne, C. T. Staples, H. C. of the accomplishments of the
should mean twenty years in jail. in Friday's Register.
duction claims that is shaping
der the direction of Miss Bertha Galey and E. G. Harlan, secretary chamber of commerce and told
speedily toward the presentation
ease, deroness of the local M. of the chamber of commerce.
what might be expected from the
Only One Warden
date. May 4. “ Clarence” is to be
church; and social and re-
for Entire County placed before the Ashland theater
President of the Chamber of
P- Wlth U
going public solely through spe B r e a k in g U p o f P r e . e n . C l o u d I * r e * ti<
Rev. G&ffnev Resigns
Walter, secretary of the local Y.
'At the meeting o f the State
Commerce George Dunn, intro
Bank May Cause H eavy
cial arrangement with Samuel
M. C. A. and Rev. C. D. (iBffney
Game commission which was held
duced Mr. Walters, and in doing
French, the publisher.
in Ashland last week in connec
Due to economic reasons, Rev. so, called attention to the need
W. P. Walter is the local o f Charles D. Gaffney, pastor <*f in Ashland for a new federal
tion with the big banquet of the
The period of frost hazard has
N u m b e r T h ir t e e n H o ld s N o T e r Jackson County Game Protective
registrar, and Rev. H. T. the Congregational church tend building, a new depot, and de
Indoor Baseball to
not yet expired, according to
ror* f o r P r o p r i e t o r o f
Mitchelmore, pastor o f the Pres ered his resignation to the church clared that inter-city meeting
association, the question of ap
be Thursday Night
pointing a successor to the late
marked that with the breaking up byterian church is secretary and last Sunday morning to take e f would be held throughout the
Pat Daily, deputy game warden,
year for the purpose of creating
The final game of the indoor of the present cloud blanket that is in charge of all arrangements. fect May 1.
“ Thirteen is my lucky number” was taken up with Game Warden
harmony and good will among
“ Y” series that have been con envelopes the lower part of the Registration opened yesterday
asserted John Enders, proprietor Harold Clifford.
ducted during the season under valley, we may expect the valley with several dozen enrolled for ciently served the church for u the neighboring cities of south
■ the Enders company, when
Due to the heavy expenditure the direction o f W. P. Walters, to experience a period of warm the courses. Anyone interested year and a half, has endeared ern Oregon.
explaining the appearance o f 13 o f funds used for necessary- state
The dinner was served by the
weather with attendant clear in teaching in the Sunday schools himself to all the congregation
chairs to be used in connection expenditures and improvements, secretary of the local Y. M. C. A.
is scheduled to take place on nights conducive to severe frosts. or evincing interest in the work and friends o f the church. Under Hotel Ashland cafe.
with the new mahogany lunch it was decided to get along with
Orchardists are prepared for is at liberty to atted the meet his direction the young people's
Thursday evening, April 19 at the
counter which was installed in the only one deputy game warden in
sudden break with smudge ings and listen in, though they work particularly, has grown
Work Completed on
front o f the Ender's Sweet Shop this county, until the more im local armory.
in readiness, and very little are not enrolled in the classes.
greatly and is in a thriving con
New Street Lights
The Presbyterian, the Metho dition while progress has been
portant demands on them are “ Checker»” and the “ Battery B worry regarding the outcome of
The new lunch counter is the settled. Though the commission
Boys” will begin at 7 p. m .; the the fruit crop so far.
made also in other departments
Work was completed the latter
\cry latest that ¡4 in use in the acknowledged the need o f more
“ Senior Hi-Y's” and the "Jun wet spell has not materially a f tional and the Christian denom o f the work.
part o f last week on the new
best coffee houses and cafes than one deputy, they trust that
ior Hi-Y’s” will take place at 8 fected pollination, according to inations are affiliated in the
Rev. Gaffney stated that he electric lights which were placed
throughout the country. Fash- with the cooperation of member»
p. m., with the final game be Mr. Wilcox, but it is the farmer Christian educational Inter-de had several business propositions in the center o f the Boulevard
pned on conventional lines, con of the Protective association, that
tween the “ All Stars” -and “ The who is waiting for the break, nominational association sponsor in view, and expressed a desire parking, from the city library to
ducted o f solid mahogany with Deputy Warden Roy ParT, will
Collegians” taking place at 9 p. n»rking time, as it were, unable ing the training school, with to remain in this city, unless em the Normal school, 18 tall steel
narble foot boards and o f the be enabled to look after game
to plow or put in his crop, due headquarter* in Chicago.
poles being erected with two of
exact height o f the modem din- violations »nd keep them down.
At the close of tho school, all ployment in his desired line cal the new lights to each pole, the
to the weather conditions. There
inR room table the new counter This means that the entire local
■■ a chance that the seaaoD may who desire msy take examination*
lights which have been inspected
■nd chair» present a fine appear- game warden responsibility will Group Pictures Are
The board o f trustees has not
be unusually short, providing that and certificates will be issued by
Taken for Annual the storm breaks and the warm the International association.
*nc* and are a real addition to rest for the next six months upon
yet acted upon the resignation, by expert lighting engineers are
the popular shop. The new equip the shoulders of Deputy Gam«
should this be accepted, Rev. claimed to be the most scientifi
■ - i
spring days merge into summer,
cally perfected in the state, when
ment was installed to take care
Gaffney probably will continue
however, that ia unlikely to occur, Lodge Man to Visit *
Warden Roy Parr.
illuminated throwing a glow for
preach l i a pulpit supply for
l,f the increased business. Meals
as several cool spells usually oc
Ashland Brotherhood a to time,
further than this no im a distance of approximately one
*erved at all hours from public' sereval attractive specials, last Friday morning was given cur during the spring and sum
in the morning until 1 among them being Mr*. Beagel’ s over to the taking of group p ic mer months.
W. A. Vandergrift, supreme mediate plans S'e announced.
flaky biscuits which will be ser- tures at the Junior
*' m' An extra chef ________
president of the Fraternal Bro
Regret is expressed on all
Visit Relatives.— Roy Wells, in
t'onal help has been augmented
ved with honey for breakfast, which will be used in the high
therhood, with Mr*. Vandergnft, aides that the resignation was company with a friends, was visit
the regular force to assist in j pies and cakes for lunch with
var- dies o f the auxiliary to the Trin will pay the local lodge a frater offered as both he and Mrs. Gaf ing relatives in Ashland la*t
'he business, with Mrs. Jack I different kinds of delectable tures of class groups and
were ity Guild of the local Episcopal nal visit on the even.ng of Wed fney are held in the highest es week.
B’ agel in charge o f the kitchen, sandwiches at any time.
Pan- ious class organizations
regular nesday, April 18. At thia time a teem by everyone they have
the fine lawn and church will hold their
Mr*- Beagel is one o f the best cakes and waffles will be other
Wed social evening will be enjoyed fol come in contact with, having ment may be the coos« of their
shrubbery for the setting. Mr.
known caterers in southern Ore- breakfast attractions featured.
with lowing lodge, with refreehmente made for themselves prominent permanent location ia this city.
haring been actively rm ,
The new counter was opened Hinthome employed the after Mesdames W. H. McNair, Edwin nerved in the dining room, and places ia Ashland activities and
Rev. Gaffney has made ae (hi
Ployed in this line o f work for at noon for the lunsbeon trade noon at the Senior high school D ubs and H .L. Moore at host
tut« plans to cater the whtjfeny
•’ » 21 years.
, and was made by the Jbrdaa where similar work was centm-
being vs;eyed non] a Into hoar. situcae that ssagsatol employ- elsewhere.
eeses for the evewtog
Mr Ender’s piaa* to gjv« ;k* * pinning mill
The southern Oregon normal
■ school hiking club has evolved
several real hikers this season,
j among them being Mrs. Miriam
; McCutcheon, who has walked
100 miles, and Miss Lillian Van
■ Natta, 101 miles.
Under the direction of Miss
1 Virginia Hales, athletic instruc-
tor of the Normal school, an
j overnight hike to Table Rock is
being planned for the near fu
ture in accordance with a re
quirement c f the club.
FO w R
MUCH INTEREST SHOWN BIBLE TRAIHINC CLASS ;
IN RESORT MEETING FOR TEACHERS STARTED
REAL ESTAJE MEN
MEET WITH OFFICIALS
NEW COUNTER ADDED
ENDERS SWEET SHOP
FROSF HAZARD S ill
EXISTS SAYS UFFICIAI T-