Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, March 16, 1928, Page 4, Image 4

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OEOON. FRIDAY. MARrH1H. Ifl23. ' - -
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SHRINE SLEEPER
1EAVES 1
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ON NEW PLAN FOR
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and he sharp blade penetrated
'th hnnd between lh iml-x flnKf
j ind th ibuirib, m-nrly lo the bone,
'ill ' ie from losing lie finger
! ,v;;s a narrow one.
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OltecWon to devote the KMKDI
Friday niitht hour frum lo S
. ... tn I o'clock to Hie Iteulty Hoard as a!
Twenty-four meniDem oi wi- !whoe ntead of aliowlni; It part:
Temple Shrine win nave llm , individual realtor", wax;
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TOMORROW A. M WRESTLE ion
As an Inlerfstfns deviation hord
the UMiiul Mt.'rtMituU prisram which
lah Temple Shrine wu. n.. - ,lmP , iiiv,dU..l rcauor. nr,hunhonic r-cord music
.i,.nr" entirely to themselvee on' reached hy a vote or ine ineirify- - ..
Sleeper entirety to luncheon nt iW. l, throiiKh the mornlii riourt over
the special excursion i... I ,, tMH . xiiln came K.MED the People'a Klectrlc com
leaves Medrora lor ran j-h.ii....
nt 6 o'clock thin evenlnu, accord
ing to U P. Older, who 1 In charge
of arranBementa for the trip.
Upon the arrival of the party li.
Oakland, the Bhrlnera will he the
ifuests Saturday of tho Anhme
temple, and Saturday nlKht the
party will be the guests of the In
lnm temple at San Kranelneo. The
temnle will open a St. I'llt-
tilck's celehration Hnturday nlKht
and will continue until tne
I AliliQ-Viilor Jack Wood will be
ill the l.rantH Pas puKilial.nd
v. n-.tliiiK miiok-r tonight he will
he tdeie only ax n spectator, de
,j!te the fact that announcementH
; ent out ly llolj ijuieK, the promo-
result of eoiisldei-able dl.seuRHlon .-m iirnnpiit a v-u-led Httldlo 1 ter of the event ami so advertised.
and search for a definite policy i )roBram fr,im from lO' to 1 1 :2" ; proclaimed a wrest linir match l,e
to ho established on the air by theLonlorrcw niornij under the ilirec- u-w. Wood, and Hinke of Kl.un
local board. uon of James OevnnH. lath Kails as vlelii In Interest with
Kenny Hnjrd problem and In-j Instrumental and vocal music, t iIib Jou tinruian and Aeo liolea
teresilnE clO projects of neutral : teraperstnl with comic n-adliO u.vii.K ltf.
interest will he irlver, the public an(i pianolOKiies.many of wliuti; v. .....I nomine wnaicvnr
over the airJiroutth O """rtesy KiH . Cniv out One St. I'utrii k s . atralnst Kurke whom he will meet I
of the boardWs a feature of these j aIly nicOo. will be heard, ami a ! next Thursday in a wresflliiK bout
weekly proisrams. and the best lnlfew surprises in the way of nn- j at KlumailQ alts, but says he w illj
music and talent to bo ohtalned ; nolincements will be Hprutig on me i en am in.: luninimuun """m"',
throoehout the vnllev will round ; llt,.nlne public. llM-eiiil.se yulek IUI not oiler litin n M
MANN'S The Best Good, for the Price, No Matter W he' Price MANN'S
NEW SPRING SUITS Arrive Paily
A Complete Assortment of Patterns and Styles Now Await Your Approval
i Sfev Middi Shade
ivuppenneimer
Quality Suits
out tho entertainment of the hour.
This ovenlnR amonif the Interest
InK locul speakers to he heard In
next
nmrnln. when a ham ana cr.-K
oreakfa-it will be served at 6:30.
Itn route home, the Shrlners will
e entertained by the Ben All tem
ple at Sacramento.
The local party Is composed of
the following: O. O. Alenderfer.
IJenry FSuhrer. Carl Tenitwald. Dr.
Kresse, llcrt Peaslce, I.. K. Moss,
llarry Nordwlck. Dr. J. D. ltlck
frt, Victor Set her, K. C. Jerome, L.
i mi.i.. anrf TlnvA Terrell of Med-
Thom. Vernon. John Keed One of the many delicious coast
n-.io d,hii.. nf r.nld iini:l products advertised In this paper,
II Brown. John Dounnl. Sam on mnrket dnys. Fridays, is Fry s
StelnebaliKh. Klmer SpaldlnB. C. A ! Mam. This hlKh quality product
Hensen. Kay Compton and Fred , 1- brouKht to tho tnhles Qt when
Wilson of Oranta Pass. '' mellowness and frtVrW l
t .. ,u M,ir.,.,i . ripe to rfeetlon and receives n
s "'" " . .... l l.. .. i.
nearly l us oems im'
AmonK those who will IxQourd
dtlrlliK tho People's Kloetnc com-
nanv hour are: James pnevcus.
i4'ontraet or state unythinK definite
.iliout remuneration, hoi
asked him to he present
m.-rt
for
cal ,
i-leciions; Alma l-awn-nee.
solos, and
logues.
Mary flre'ner, soh-;:a-
fnur-mlnuto talks will bo Charlie operatic baritone, in a croup of vo-' . rest llus bout with Hurke.
Hoover, William Holmes. Walter
11. Jones and J. C. Jinnies. Their
talks will he interspersed with mu
sical numbers.
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Popular Standard
Coast Product
per who leave on the special ex-
Tm-Hion train this evonina nre Airs. .......,
ft Wallace. C.
CanipbeU, U. S.
Armsironp. Mra.w. Katon and nr.
gnd Mnt. U. W. Stone.
WASHINGTON. Mar. 16. (z
"VVallace C. fialne. convicted of the
Inurder of Sylvia (ialnes, Mb daunh
ter. In Seattle, Wash.. In June. !!:'.
tftppeale to the supreme court to
rt uy to have hi lMilh entenco wl
a;)de.
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The mmiiany nfrth'nfl. "Ham ih
I at Hi bent IminMately afier thej
i rurlntf process hn been fully com '
plot til. Ou parklnK plant ailds
efficiency nf distribution to 'Q
In nelectlon and preparation. aSt
haniM p.u thru riiftd doulde In
npectlon assuring lunh Htandardu
of perfection." ,
When ordering ham .k your
dealer for Kry'H. if he bus. -n't it
he will pot It.
P.O.
Hiiro Duenther, registry clerk
at the .Meilforil postofflce who ae
ridentnlly mutilated his left hand
with nn ax last Friday evening. It
is thotiKht will he able to report
-ir duty nKaln on Monday, after
.avliiR been laid x,t slnei' the
painful accident. brgj,Tl will be
some time yet befoie he regains
the full use of the hand.
He was 'splitting wood or kind
HnK at home at the time, wleldinc
the ax with his right hnnd while
he held or stendlei; the wood with
his left and. For some unknown
reason the descending ax slipped
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Radio Pcogram
KMED
Mall 'gwfrllllf-Vln.-lll Sty)n
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Program Tonipht :
k to 3 p. ni. Itealty board. ,
a to ::ta P-V"- People's
llleetric. H:i!ball broad- ;
cast. !
10 to 12 p. m. Craterlan !
theatre. j
Saturday, Mnreli Kill ,
10 in u:3tt a. m. Sinclair's !
Hollar Store.
10.30 to ll:.'io a.m. Peoples
i:leetiic.
1 11. 3a to 12 noo.i llote"
Jkson lUniiiK Room.
i l- to 1:15 p. ni. tireen
' -r stamp hour. i
,! O l.l p. m. Medford Mull 1
Tribune.
! S i. m. Finals i.f basketball ;
lournameot. i
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i THE dlMEIS ;
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New styles made of
terns, ami materials.
O
exclusive pat-
M iior.
Tresh Laid Eggs
Mi'dluin, Mr doAcn
Standards, mi- dozen
Grapefruit
I'iorida Ititssets. 3 for
Red Mexican Beans OKr
a Pounds !
Cookies
The Best, per doien
c
19c
28c
5c
Piggly Wiggly Flour t1 QQ
Hani Wheat, -IU-II. sack V X
n
Coffee
- "A" llleml, veiviiliiiiul ...
Coffee
S!elnl,jM'r pouiiil
Piggly Giggly Coffee
lit Hulk, por Kumi
37c
3c
35c
Caddy Crackers QQo
a-Poiuid Caildy (froli) '
Campbell's Tomato Soup OAr
3 tuns for
Campbell's Baked Beans Otir
3 Ouis for
9 Q
Large Lemons
Per Down Q
34c
Italian Prunes
4 INiumLs
Creamery Butter
All Itniuils
Per Pound
1.lvitMk v
I'OKTI-AM). Oie.. -Mar. t - (A!
I'atilf and citlvtu. sheep and lambs
no
Hoes steady;
receipts al
lrttliut
rOKTI-ANU. Ore.. M K.-l)
: Whole.-alo j-rb es: ltiUk)r. firsts
hilf cent hiBher. Portland dcy
exchaiiKe net wholesiilt- prices:
i-iltfs. cxtias 4ii V.c; st:inl.irds 4.c
prime lirMs 44c: first- 43c.
i 'i t :iuiory pi ii i's: 1'rini.s 3o ovvr
, cub st:md.n d s
.;c.s sian laiil firsts half cent
hi w i . In sb siiiAinl oxuah
-lc; fresh standui a first n - 1c:
fi t f mt iliuin extras d c; f i esh
!n.Kin tirsw 1 He. 1'rlcvf. to re
tailers -c iW r exehiiimo pi i
AssM'i,ititin solHUr; prices: 1-
Sc; firsts iiu'dium -.''ic;
$39.00 to $60.00
Stamford
Clothes
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Tailored to fit styled to please.
These suits assure perfect appear
ance anl in point of value tbey are
unbeatable.
$5.00 to $47.50
. . I u
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fey
mm WW'
and
Middi Stripe
Blue Serge Suits
if
a dark bine suit
Middleshade r
yoiPlon't want
fitu f-nniiot beat a
aranteed to give sat
imlition. Tin
iiitldlestripe, ru
isfaction under cve'
price is ligbt at
O
$3750
Sale ofSVlen's
Slgrts
Collar attached styles
of plain colored broad
cloth and autiful new
patterns o f percale,
ltejrular $1.50 values.
S1.19
Men's (Broadcloth
thirts
$1.95 values
$1.59
Home Run Shirts
and Blouses for Boys
Sizes 4 to 14
85cto.($
Boys' Corduroy or Wool
Golf Knickers
$2.50
Boys' Sliposr Sweaters
$1. to $5.00
Bieber Isaacs Suits
New stylos and patterns made of
long-wearing cashmeres and twists.
Some have two pairs of pants.
qsdb.oo to ($40.00
New Spring Hats
D for Men
We have jnsl ret-eivt(3)a sliiimient.
of Knapp Felt hats, one of
highest grade hats that can
bought.
S8.00 and S10.00
the
be
Jtamts
-A
THE STORE
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FO EVE R Y BOUYy
PHONE-486-W7
MESfORnOKvCW.
Castle Hats
Ne(5pring Styles
S5.00 to S6!50
It)
untlersizt d
Nl'TS str'iidy
Walnuts ni 29c
49 c
Matches
IVr C-bnx Ctirton
19c
Van Camp's Baked Beans OCr
S M.iIIiiio Site t1.!" J
$1.45
-Tht.ts are rmI
25c
11c
Klamath Spuds
NHIwl tiilliQiHT CWT
(tjittio art tilling t 1
Ocorn Flakes
Aiiy Hrnml. S tkir
Shredded Wheat
lrr Ihirknin f
Kellogg's SBfedded Wheat Qr
Purex
The ik'W lilrncliliu; wnter... A !'
ih-w flnjl mm a mmilrrful lirlp l
tin- liufT, Inivc sIm- 1 Q
(Hitllp. va. ll .1 i7 U
Tjinnirv Snnn O ?
1"J r '
Rex Lye 9Qr
3 tllii
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White Wonder Soap QCH,
III Itiirs
Old Dutch Cleanser 1 C
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Brisbane's Today
-(Continued from Page One)
fnr 42.000 rvanl plates has been
placed there.
It is not important, a few thou
sand dollars. Hut money Riven to
I Harvard is made in America, pro
1 tlueed liv American workers and. as
a general proposition, institutions
and individual rich Americans.
miKhl well givo their work to those
-k...- fi.u.ila that l.avo made tnem ricn tne
i woiKers ot America,
1EATRE IN i
: needed
would nf)
States. '
of America. If Oxford
4J.O00 new plates, tne jon
he sent to the I nitea
Cut Macaroni
3 round
25c
Jello
5c
II
Cocoa
imulr obtJilnalrlo
Lbs.
29c
HAY steady, ltuyini: prices:
bjislcin lM'i:in titnothy 4Jii.oi
'jlc: do vall.-y ilsw ls.50: nKalfa
SlT.i.iMils; out hay $H.r,uil5:
straw 9.0u per ton.
Solium prices a ton more.
Ol'ASl'AKA hark steady 7c Hi.:
. eiron Krape root 1 i 4c.
lines steady 1927 crop, S0J
L'l i-c: crop io is
iuuKs 0c.
;I1S to the farmer: llutterfat
lc liltlier. f.o.li. ii-iuQ.
station; 4Tc ti'iok; ;''c f.. .o. I'iV
laud.
I'Ml'l.TRV steady: heavy hens
':' lc; liKlU 1 5 -0 e : spi'lnics 'JO
' " ' 'w'ilers ja"i-:c; i vkiii
while di:) 3oc: colured nemtnal:
.llllkeys. auve &tiJ7c.
'i:i',K.TAl'.I.l:S steady. Olii'tns.
'al '! 3 per cwt.
roTATOKS steady 7"icS.i J1.25
sa.k
O I-,,rlla:i,l Wheat
roUTl.AMl. Ore. Mai.
Wheal M.'.s. Illll: hard while $1.43 j
haid While MlieSleiil. l.:OHl. fed-'
.-i -.ll.'ll. st'l't while. i lertiQA hile j
J! ;ltil-v: hard winter. ii.rlhern j
vi.riiit; $1.2: western re.l t :. j
I Ml N". :. 3t 10. While teed and !
Kiay JtS
l.Mlays c, eceipts Wheal 3S
drowned at liengal, in India, !u i
years ago. Many limes in nrsiorj
Irruptions of the sea.
and similar disasters Jjav
lOO.Oi'O lives and more atM time.
This country can contratnlate it
self upon the fact that the Mis
sissippi flood of iit year, destroy
ing hundreds oiMllions in prop
erty, cost only 2(K lives. That was.
thanks to admirahle work done by
the aimy ani-yavy, anil to prompt,
selenitic in. r. non u.v.ie, un . , distin-:iiished flying cr.
ver. chosen ny eresiuent voonuge lirinln ,,,,.. njnc ,,,.
'vir ; rouraiv. the Hon. Klsie Mac
Kay, third laugther of Lord lnch
cape, is lost with Hinchclitle. An
other British woman. Lady Car
berry, piloting her own plane, was
killed, with a passenger, at Nai
robi. Africa, on Tuesday. It does
not flatter men's vanity, but there
is little doubt that women possess
greater physical courage than men.
Ask your demist.
THIRD II
SEATTLE BLOWN UP
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In the emergency.
President Lowell, able head of
Harvard university, liked somo
plates, 100 years old. dug up on
Harvard territory, and decided to
have more like them. The original
plates were made by the British
Wedeewood lottery, and an order
Hinchcliffe, British flier, now
missing somewhere in the Allan
tic, is the type of Britisher that
Kipling likes to describe. It is hard
for him to get enough danger. He
ross
bv .bringing down nine enem
planes and two captive balloons in
, tl e war. lie did not stop fighting.
whei-xe was shot down in France
in l:V? and lost his right eye. If
courage can conquer disaster, he
will win. Q
1 n-I.I..I. n-nn.nn ftlwrt POSSeSS finC
SKATTLH. Mar. 10. lP) The
If it were not so, the Lord prob- j thl J explosion here in as
nrty' nionrfbV nitroglycerin homi.
tiy wrecri a steel door in the
venr nf the State theater, shaller-
ably would not have chosen women
lor" the most painful, dangerous
task of motherhood. If the eanh
depended on men for population, it
would be thinly populated.
Portland Man Suicides.
PORTLAND, tire.. March 10.
Preparing a pillow of news
pnper on the floor of a roar
rooni(c& his brother's drug store.
KrneslKaplan. 44. committed sui
cide today by firing throe shots
into his heart. He was dead
when the brother. Charles Kaplan,
entered the store room l'l minutes
later. Illness was thought to have
been the eaiise.
ipi; windows within an area of ft
block nnd awakening scores of oc
cupants of nearby hotel rooms.
Virtually every window In the
rear of the Palace hotel, which ad
joins tho theater, was shattered b'
the fi't.
Tlif-lato theater is a unit of the
Slpiiing Theater Chain company.
owiySh by John Danz. The other
explosions likewise were in theaters
of the senile chain.
Dai) nnounced he was placing
arme.l guards in all his ihealers.
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MEN-WOMEN-CHILDREN
NEWS FOR A
at BREIER'S o
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1 MEN'S DEPARTMENT O
SHOE DEPARTMENT 1
flour 1-:
corn " ; oats
3; hn
BREAD
DtOt forset our famous TU.IT, RIHBONQMOULY
WHKiLV 151J HAD ;i loavw .O.
E. Main
Help Yourself and Save
O
20c
2. Main
PIGGLY WIGGLY MEAT MARKEvT
SATURDAY SPECIALS
CHOICE CHICKENS AND RABBITS
Choice Beef Pot Roast 20 C
Per pound
Good Hams -Half or 25 C
whole, per. round
WE DELIVER (Market Only)
Choice
Beef
IVr pound
Good Bacon
Per pound ....
SteaP
30c
30c
PHONE 1236
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Sail rninclsco ltiHtiM-f.it
SAN KHAM'ISl'O. Mar. 1 ti. ..T
r.ulieifat fob. t-an t'ueneisco
IJ'jO.
Wall Street Report ,
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NKW JUK. Mar. it. l
.Spe-. ul ilion for the adv.im
louuied on K-Ulltr sealv
Men's Pure Virgin
Wool
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SUITS
S19.75
e was;
on The .
Nfv York !-k ech.ini t-.lny. ;
.imit r ih b-.i.lnb.p of (i'iir.il
Mm, is whith ;iti ,!H-1 fi ti-. rs
nt-w hull i.i T.- .
win in KmiTi Motor A'UU
mo.f thin l"i' h.i, tno
MIHUCt V..lUf f t?H- IT 4..tlM.O
.-htttfM of ,t.nk mt-.trti'.tl.ii:. (;.nns
-it J.'i y I i j . Hrr tl l! ri- (
anions ' o!h-r It..1u
ti t.l.- iiutl i ulro.t.l tf,.. ,, tir
ovi'rciow '"short" tnt i ion-
itmn tin m ct-nt rv.r.it.
The clO"tin; w i: rfBulr. Kx
n-ixo ,lu:n l 't m in ih fir..-! '
aour of trmiinc c-mc.1' nt ith
V ilevt.ne m n'ni t.f th vla
til i(it-4, Artii'iic an l.in''l cam
low n ai.out t : pt.tr.t-. from u
i fi.'ir :oi KjiiHii hlf
Mi.'h oont rinsj on
l.irp' fcali' in Hui1-on Motors but
n inj.inv fclutvy inl th in
t'iMnt i tnti'i1 tht tr
Totfll aii'rvnu' ! 3. ')', -UOQ
iharc. i
New Patterns in
Men's
Ties
49c
Men's
Athletic
SUITS0
69c
READY-TO-WEAR DEPARftgNT .
WOMEN'S EVENING GOWNS
Priced at $14.75 to S1S.50
WOMEN'S SILK DRESSEsP
Priced at ?.S5 to S12.01)
WONDERFUL WASH DRESSES
Priced at $1.50 to $1.95
WOMEN'S COATS
Priced at $10.75 to S25.00
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Entire new spring line of women's Hats
priced at !3. 19;S4.S5 and $5.85
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36 STORES
O.
MenO
Tan Oxfords
S2.95, S3.95
and S4.95
Men's
Black Oxfords
S2.95, S3.95
and S4.95
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IN THE WIST
Boys' Tm and Black
OXFORDS
S2.79, S2.95
and S3.45
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