Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 02, 1934, Page 5, Image 5

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Local and
Goes to Iowa Mr. L. J. Adams lft
Sunday by train for Sioux City, Iowa.
Lumsdtn Learn Trove Lumsdsn
left on. Saturday nlght'a Shasta for
Lo Angelea.
Leave on Train Sally Goodman
left by train for Seattle Saturday
To San Francisco Mrs. Reginald
H. Parsons left on the Shasta Snn
day erening for San Francisco.
Here for Easter C. R. Boyd of
Winston, Ore., was here Sunday to
spend the day with relatives.
Mrs. Tom 11 n Leaves Mrs. John R
TomUn left for Santa Barbara Sun
day evening.
Returns from CorvaJlis Hal Prindle
returned to Med ford this morning on
the Oregonlan from CorvaUis, where
he spent the week-end.
Kge Is Caller C. O. Ege of the
Fidelity and Casualty company spent
the week-end In this city, calling on
local business.
Visits Here Miss Eleanor Boyd of
Winston. Ore., is here to spend two
weeks visiting her cousin, Miss Dor
othy Eads, and Mrs. Earl Wymore.
Go to Oakland Miss Catherine
MacMillan and Miss Borba were pas
sengers on the Shasta Sunday, re
turning to Oakland, Cal.
Mrs. Merrlman 111 Mrs. Tom Mer
rlman, who has been ill at her home
with Influenza, was today reported
Improved, and able to be about some.
Brusseaus Leave Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Brusseau and three children,
who reside In Ashland, left here by
train Saturday evening for Amass a,
Circle to Meet The South Side cir
cle of the Baptist church will meet at
the home of Dr. Carlow, 26" South
Laurel street, Tuesday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock.
Goodmans Visit Here Jim Good
man, representative of the Pacific
Indemnity company of Portland, was
a visitor In Mediord over the week
' end, accompanied by Mrs. Goodman
Grler Leaves City Wynne Grler,
representative of McMasters Je Co. of
Portland, left Med ford last night for
Grants Pass after spending several
days here on business.
Meet on Tuesday Regular monthly
meetings of the auxiliary to the Postal
Clerks' organization will be held to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock, with
Mrs. Lawrence Crocker, at her home
on Coker Butte road.
Forfeits Ball O. H. Hlnes forfeited
$5 bail today when he failed to ap
pear In city police court on charges of
driving his automobile with four per
sons in the driver's seat. City of'
fleers arrested him Sunday.
At State Police Office Mrs. Earl
Wymore has accepted the position of
secretary at the state police district
office here, filling the vacancy left
by the resignation of Mrs. Harry
Kibbles to Coast Lieutenant and
Mrs, George B. Rlbble and young
on Gere are leaving today for Gold
Beach. Lieutenant Rlbble,
U. S. N., will be stationed at Camp
Cape Sebastian as medical officer.
To Camp Site Karl L. Janouch,
supervisor of the Rogue River na
tional forest, is spending today at
the Upper Rogue CCO camp site,
where construction work started this
morning on the new forestry service
buildings at the camp.
Mrs. Dennuif Visitor Mrs. Laura
Denning of Montrose, Colo., a friend
for many years of Ida M. Lock wood,
Is visiting her at Talent for a time,
When leaving here, she plana to re
turn to San Francisco for a visit be
fore going to Colorado.
Godfreys Have Danghsr An
nouncements have been received hero
of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and
Mrs. George H. Godfrey of Eugene.
The baby has been named Jo Ann.
Mrs. Godfrey was formerly Augusta
Dewitt of Portland.
Out of Quarantine Camp Elk
Creek of the Civilian Conservation
corps was yesterday released from
quarantine for measles, It was An
nounced at district headquarters
today. Camps Applegate and Car
berry are now quarantined for
Report Here Captain Eugene War
field Rice, Cav.-Res., of Seattle, re
ported at the Civilian Conservation
corps district headquarters this
morning, and will be assigned to duty
later today. Second Lieutenant
Adolph Stephen TJrbank. Qm.-Res..
reported here Sunday from Drain,
Visit at Fort Klamath Mr. and1
Mrs. Tom Robinson of Medford mo-1
to red to Fort Klamath Sunday, where
they Joined Mr. and Mrs. Clair Doug- J
las and children, Ella May and Clair, j
Jr., of Bend, for Easter dinner. Mr.j
Robinson Is Mrs. Douglas brother.!
Mr. Robinson reported a heavy snow-1
fall In that section.
Accident Sunday A. W. Llngaas of'
548 Pennsylvania avenue reported at;
the city police station that the rear ;
left Tender, bumper and trunk rack,
on his automobile were ruined Sun
day at 5:03 p. m.. when his car col
lided with that driven by Bernard
Wilder of 513 West E street. Orants
Pass. The accident occurred at the
corner of Fourth and Central in Med
ford. the report shows.
Iue rtn1lrtf7rr Carrying a fare
well to the Illinois men of Camp
South Pork of Rogue River, who left
Friday for their homes, after belnt;
on duty in southern Oreeon with the
CCC. the BulldorT. camp publlcs
t on. has been itied again. The
edit. on carries the rames of the men
who left the camp, returning horn-.
Amon contributor. tD the issue were
Lt. B. E. Boyd, Li. J C. McCurnJn.
W. E. Pridtmore, A. S. Calarco and
Z. M Art is. ,
I Files South Rrth Cmmn.
day on the United Air Lines plane for
lam juigeies.
Visits In Eugene Ernest Gllstrap,
business manager of the Mail Tribune,
la spending a few days In Eugene.
In from Ruth Rose and Kate
Buckley of the Ruch district were
shopping in Medford this morning.
Council to Meet The regular meet
ing of the city council will be held
tomorrow evening at the city hall.
Undergoes Operation Mrs. E. L.
Mathews underwent a major opera
tion today at the Community hos
pital. Flue Fire City fire department to-
day answered a call at 0:35 a. m., to
the O. W. Reamea residence, 37 Ge
neva, to extinguish a flue fire.
Mrs. Stahl. Visitor Mrs. Edith
Stahl recently arrived in the city
from Oakland to visit with her
mother, Mrs. Win. Campbell.
Interested In Salesman Much In
terest in the visit here last week of a
negro salesman was reported here to
day on the part of Herman Burgoyne.
Visits Grandparents Miss Barbara
Lee Jacobs of Klamath Falls has been
a guest here for several days of her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w
Women to Meet Women of Rotary
will meet with Mrs. C. C. Leonard, at
her home, 614 South Holly street, on
Wednesday for a covered dish lunch
eon at 1 o'clock.
Timber Sale Work Ira J. Mason,
aslstant supervisor of the Rogue River
national forest, is spending today In
Ashland attending to business affairs
in connection with tome timber sale
White at Klamath On a business
trip of two or three days, Norman C.
White, assistant supervisor of the
Rogue River national forest, left Med
ford today for Klamath Falls, from
where he will continue to Lake view.
Glbbs to Return S. A. Gibbs, man
ager of Mason Ehrman company here,
Is expected to return to Medford in
the morning from Portland, having
left here for the north Saturday
Church Meeting Wednesday The
annual meeting of the Presbyterian
church for lection of officers for the
new year, will oe held Wednesday
evening at the church. It was an
nounced yesterday.
Guests from Klamath Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Clay of Klamath Falls
were guests here over the week-end
of Mr. and Mrs. Lovell. The clays
formerly lived In Medford and have
many friends here.
Receives Appointment Daniel H.
Lewis Sunday received an appoint
ment with the U. S. bureau of public
roads, and was ordered to report In
Portland April 3, for his assignment,
Mr. Lewis left here Sunday morning.
Pary Tomorrow Golden Links class
of the First baptist church will have
a party to be held at the church Tues
day evening. April 3, at 7:30. At this
time the men of the class are to
entertain. All members and friends
of the class are cordially Invited.
Visit In Medford Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Hervy, Mrs. Sarah Sowell. Miss Mar
garet Sowell, Mrs. Keith Wells and son
Tommy Lee of Kerby, Ore., spent
Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Clark and Charles I. Sowell of this
Club Meeting Oak Grove Com
munity club will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
schoolhouse. It was announced today.
As Important business will be con
sidered, all members are requested to
be in attendance.
Baby Clinic Thursday The county
health department will conduct an
other baby clinic Thursday of this
week at the Alex Sparrow Memorial
clinic, It was announced today. All
mothers are urged to bring only
healthy children. Any showing signs
of cold, the health officials urged,
should be left at home, as a number
of epidemics start In that way. AH
mothers wishing to make appoint
ments are asked to call 1359 before
Thursday noon.
NBW YORK. April 2. (AP) An
drew Donaldson Klrwan today was
acquitted by a federal Jury of an In
dictment charging the murder of Oil
Dam Sessoms, of Seattle, Wash.,
aboard the S. 8. President Garfield
following a religious argument.
The Jury deliberated only 27 mln- I
HURRY I It Ends.Tonite
Ruth Chatterton
as "Lilly Turner"
Hh Owirse Brnt
in "Haunted Gold"
Mrs. Ed Morgan, 30. of the Sams
Valley district. Is In the Commvlt"
hospital receiving treatment for four
severe fractures of the hip and pelvio
bones, as a result of a head-on o.
llslon between the Morgan and Ryan
autos near the John Dupgan ranch
In that community late Saturday
night, which also brought injuries to
Basil Blgham of Beagle.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan and Basil
Blgham were riding in one car, re
turning from Medford, when th?y
met Homer and Lizzie Ryan of Table
Rock, who were returning from a
party at Sams Volley, between 10:30
and 11 o'clock. Morgan anC. Ryan
were driving when the machines
crashed In a head-on collision, de
molishing the Morgan car and throw
ing the occupants from the auto.
Mr. Morgan and Ryan and sister were
not Injured, according to report from
Sams Valley today.
Blgham, who sustained a severe
laceration of the left leg, ran from
the scene of the collision to his home,
more than a mile distant, to Inform
relatives. During the flight he suf
fered such a loss of blood that he
was rushed to Medford for treatment,
but was returned to his home yes
terday. The Morgan oar, which was demol
ished In the crash, was hurled into
the air and turned a complete flip
flop before hitting the ground. It
was reported. Neither driver had
seen the other car approaching be
cause of defective lights, it was stated
at Sams Valley.
Mrs. Morgan, who was not believed
seriously injured at the time, was
not brought to the hispltal here un
til yesterday, when examination
showed that her hip bones and pelvis
were badly crushed. She was report
ed resting comfortably, however, this
Several arrests charging drunken
ness In a public place, were made by
city police over the week-end, and
Jones Wade, alias Mike Tager of the
Talent relief station Is held In the
city Jatl for Investigation, the result
of having some property, allegedly
stolen, In his possession.
John Bruce, 20, a CCC worker, who
told officers he was being discharged
April 5, was given a 10-day suspended
sentence when he appeared before
City Judge A. D. Curry this forenoon.
W. D. Gossage, 29, of the Talent re
lief station, was also given a 10 days'
suspended sentence.
Pat Graham, 44, arrested Saturday
night for drunkenness, forfeited $10
ball when he failed to appear In city
court today. Taylor Prank Miller,
28, also forfeited 910 ball. He was
arrested Saturday night, as was P. E.
Brown, 38, who failed to report there
by forfeiting his $10.
Professor William O. Jones of the
department of economics and busi
ness administration at Willamette
urtverslty, was speaker today at the
luncheon of the Klwanls club at the
Hotel Medford. He chose as his sub
ject, "Practical Politics," and empha
sized the need for more interest in
the precincts of the west in the se
lection of precinct committeemen.
In the east, he explained, the com
mitteemen are the political leaders
and much care Is given to their se
lection by the major parties. They
have the power, to, and do, deliver
tho vote.
C. W. Walls of Portland and George
Codding, district attorney, were guests
of the club today.
ljj a
Of your means Is one of the deepest
obligations we feel In the spcrrd pur
suance of our service. The same at
tentive direction and ImnjeMlve
equipment accorded whether the
funeral Is to lie a modest or an elnh
ornte one.
Solicited For Membership In
Order of Golden Rule and Declined
Rialto Star
With Bebe Daniels heading the sup
porting cast, which also includes Doris
Kcnyon, Onslow Stevens, Thelma Todd
and many other famous film players,
"Counsellor at Law" starring John
Barrymore, opens at the Rialto the
ater. Tnken from the stage play of the
same name by Elmer Rice, "Counsellor
at Law" concerns a crisis In the life
of one of the greatest criminal law
yers in New York City, and covers a
period of tUree days.
Scandals Scoring
Hit At Craterian
Done In the spirit of a Broadway
show, but encompassing many points
which the wider range of the screen
permits, "George White's Scandals,"
at the Craterian Theater, marks the
first of a new type of musical in that
It starts right out with the complete
show and forgets all about the 'build
up rehearsals, etc. And the result
is a much faster, more enjoyable mu
sical entertainment than any musical
show we've had here for a long time.
A trifle racy In spots, vivid in song,
gags, comedy situations and spectacle,
the Scandals la full of the atmosphere
that the title suggests. Like a legiti
mate revue, It's a parade of 16 or 20
sketches, all of which are held to
gether by ti slight story plot. It de
votes itself exclusively to the preser
vation of the peculiar color, glamour
and entertainment associated with
George White's stage extravagances.
It sings and dances throughout, in
terspersing specialty sequences and,
flashing back every now and then to
accepted picture - making formula,
quickly picks up and drops the story
J. Verne Shangle, chairman of the
pioneer parade? to be a leading fea
ture of Oregon's Diamond Jubilee
here In June, motored to Yreka, Cal.,
this afternoon to contact the inter
ested people of that locality, regard
ing their entries to be made In the
He was accompanied by Carl Raesler
of Walter W. Abbey agency, co-operating
In the plans; Ernest Rostel,
publicity writer for the Jubilee, and
Paul Luy, a member of the parade
Special Convocation of Cra
ter Lake Chapter No. 92, R
A. M., Tuesday, April 3rd at
7:30 p. m. Work in P. M.
and M. E, M. degrees. Vis
itors Invited. O. W. DeJARNETT,
H. P.
Behind the stellar pitching of Cliff
McLean, Hal Halght's Medford Rogues
defeated Grants Pass yesterday at the
Josephine county fair grounds, 4-0,
In the opening game for both teams.
The Indian hurler struck out ten
and allowed but five hits, all singles.
Earhart. a tall left hander, worked
the first five Innings for Grants Pass,
and whiffed 13, but bunched Rogue
hits in the fourth and fifth ac
counted for four runs and the ball
Nelson, who had a tryout with
Portland this spring, took over the
pitching duties in the sixth and held
the Rogues scoreless for the re
mainder of the game.
It was a bristling game through
out, both teams playing bang-up ball.
An error, a double steal and a sin
gle combined to give Medford two
runs in the fourth.
With one away, Swanson walked
and McLean reached first on Wat
hamer's error. Swanson going to third.
Swanson then scored and McLean
went to second on a double steal.
Manager Hnlght singled hotly to right
counting McLean.
In the fifth, Hulen walked and
after Hoffnrd and Smith struck out,
Swanson singled Infield, advancing
Hulen to second: McLean then blast
ed a triple to left.
That ended the day's scoring.
McLean kept the Grants Pass hits
well scattered. Ho was in hot water
but once; that in the seventh frame
when an error, walk and single filled
the bases with one gone.
A double play. Hulen to Haight to
Courtney, pulled him out of the hole,
however, and from then on he breezed
A sparse crowd was out to see the
opener, but they were treated to a
real ball game.
Box score;
Joanis, 1 2 0 0 1 0 0
Hoffard, 1 .r 2 0 110 0
Smith, r 4 0 0 1 0 0
Swanson, 3 4 2 110 0
McLean, p - B 1 2 1 3 0
Joy, c . . 4 0 0 10 0 0
Haight. ss 4 0 1 1 3 M
Courtney, 1 3 0 0 8 0 0
Chrlstcnson, m 4 0 0 1 0 0
Hulen, 2 8 1 2 2 4 0
Totals - 35 4 7 27 10 1
O rants Paw.
Chaney, ss .. 3 0 0 1 0 0
Powers, r 3 0 0 2 0 0
Blevins, 1 4 0 1 B 1 0
Drolette, 3 4 0 0 1 0 1
Ogle, e 3 0 2 18 2 0
Santee, 1 - 4 0 0 0 0 0
Ostrom, m 3 0 1 0 0 0
Jackson, m 1 0 0 0 0 0
Mats. 150 Eves. 25 Kiddies 100
James Dunn in "Hold that Girl"
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Bebe Daniels
8 0 10 11
1 0 0 0 1 0
2 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 31 0 0 27 6 3
Score by Innings:
Medford - 000 220 000 4
Grants Pass 000 000 000 0
Summary: Three base hit, McLean.
Stolen bases. Powers, Ogle. McLean,
Haight. Swanson, Hulen. Struck out,
by McLean, 10; by Earhart, 13: by
Nelson, 0. Bases on balls, off McLean
4; off Earhart. 1; off Nelson 3. Hit by
pitcher. Smith by Earhart. Passed
ball. Joy. Wild pitch. Nelson. Dou-
! ble play, Hulen to Haight to Court
ney. Charge defeat to Earhart.
No Red Peril,
To the Editor:
Your editorial in last Tuesday's
paper, "No Red Peril Here." compels
me to make comment. It shows that
our editor is fully aware of what 'is
apt to happen.
You say the bourgeoisie Is the ma
Jorlty class in our country. This is
a hard thing to pove. Reports differ
so, first we are told by those who
oppose an income tax that there are
no Incomes nor any rich men left.
Yot our government is borrowing bil
lions of dollars from somebody. The
bourgeoisie of today may be the pau
pers of tomorrow. I think by the
time we repay all our borrowed money
with Interest the proletariat will con
stitute the majority class, even If
they do not now. The Inability of
a lot of them to pay their property
tax Indicates that they are already
It was not the Intention of the
founders of our country that It should
be ruled by any class In particular,
but by the wish of the majority. This
question Is simply and correctly solv
ed by the right of unlimited fran
chise. It is self evident that Fascism
la not the will of the majority since
the right of franchise Is denied.
The failure of the New Deal, which
so far lacks a redeeming feature,
would make Socialism Inevitable If
left to the will of the people. Hence
the threat of Fascism, with the sup
pression of universal franchise and
the freedom of speech which was
bought so dearly by our forefathers,
The left wing radicals have long de
clared that when the showdown ar
rived that is what would be done.
Which Is why the ballot with them
Is not held in high regard and direct
action Is considered the only effec
tive means, for which they are se
verely criticized. This proves the old
saying, "Revolutions are never bloody
unless the ruling class makes them
It is not my purpose to recommend
for this country the Russian form
of government. If our constitutional
rights are not Interfered with the
American people can solve our prob
lems satisfactorily with our present
system of representation. Reports re'
gardlng the Soviet form of govern
ment are so conflicting that I doubt
If the average person has a very clear
Idea Just what It Is like. But we do
know this much, that their ultimate
aim is to create a society where no
Desperate Men
Wronged Women
He snatched convicts from
the "hot seat" . . . beat the
rap for "red-handed" crimi
nals . . won balms for
broken hearts . . . but why
was he baffled by the break
down of his own private
life? . . . Here In a great star
In his greatest role!
Doris Kenyon
Wathamer, I ,
Earn art, p
Nelson, p
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the democratic nomination from the
first district, to succeed James W.
Mott, republican.
David P. Graham, Malheur county
Judge, and former cow puncher and
aheepherder, will seelt the republican
nomination as congressman from the
second Oregon district, a post now
held by Walter Pierce, democrat.
John J, Beck man, state representa
tive from Multnomah county, will try
for the democratic nomination from
the third congressionnJ district to
succeed General Charles H, Martin,
W. A. Delzell, who has maintained
hla residence In Salem while working
In the office of the internal revenue
department here, will not be a candi
date, he announced Saturday night. A
democrat, he had been mentioned as
a congressional candtdnte from the
first district.
SALEM, April 2. (AP) Willis Ma
honey of Klamath Palls, democrat,
and Charles Hall, Portland, republi
can, today filed for the nomination of
their parties for governor. Mahoney
was the first democrat to file while
Hall added his name to Sam H. Brown
for the republican nomination.
Mahoney'a slogan on the ballot
after his name will read: "A new deal
for the masses. Standing one hun
dred percent with Roosevelt." The
words to appear after Hall's name
are "Ex-Senator Charles Hall of Coos
and Curry always republican al
ways progressive."
HrLLSBORO, Ore., April 2. p)
Mrs. Aleno Walker, 20, wife of the
Rev. Leroy H. Walker, Methodist pas
tor here, died In a hospital today
from peritonitis. She had been dan
gerously ill more than a week.
privilege la granted to one person
that all may not enjoy.
James Russell Lowell truly wrote:
"True freedom Is to share
All the chains our brothers wear."
Until we as a people are willing to
rise and accept that challenge lt
would seem becoming In us to re
frain from prating too much about
the land of the free and the home of
the brave.
Jacksonville, April 1.
Ends Tomorrow Night
A Musical That Tops Them All!
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II i on int.
Sri .
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Richard Arlen in "Come On Marines"
with Roscoe Karns Ida Lupino Orace Bradley
IThi theatre is equipped with ear phones for I
those with defeotive hearing , , . Ask the nsher 1 I
Hotel Willamj
Klamath Falls
Ef5TOiKB5 111
In spite of the visitation at Crater
Lake yesterday of the snow king,
bringing the heaviest fall of the year,
the dogwovl opened Its blossoms on
Elk creek, not many miles distant, lt
was reported at the chamber of com
merce today.
Many branches, bearing beautiful
flowers, In full bloom, were brought
to the chamber of commerce by a
fancier this morning.
W A NTED -H a ve client for 4 or ft
room furnished home at $22.60.
Chas. R. Ray, Realtor Medford
Bldg. Phone 302.
G1RIS wanted for Diamond Jubilee
Dancing. Apply Ruth Luy Studio,
Sparta Bldg., tonight.
FOR SALE Dodge pickup, good con
dition. 803 Pine Ave.
FOR KALE Thoroughbred Angora
rabbits, $4 pair. D. O. Garrison
FOR SALE; Grape vines, ornamental
trees and shrubs. Glascock's Nur
sery, 264 Beatty St.
Frigid aire.
house, 138 S. Grape;
Phone 319-R.
WANTED 'Middle-aped lady for gen
eral housework. Bnrneburg Ranch,
Rt. 4. F. E. Barneburg.
WANTED Treel naming. High
winds break limbs and damage
roofs. Box BOO. Tribune.
FOR expert lawn mower, radio and
home renalr, Phone 864. Ask for
Flxlt Man.
TO TRADE Good car for pair work
horses, s. B. Hill, Rt. 1, Box 834,
Central Point.
FOR RENT Small furnished house,
modern; frlgidaire, garage. 221 No.
FOR SALS New modern house, 8
rooms and sleeping porch: furnish
ed; $1360. Your own terms. Tel.
FOR RENT Furnished apt., private
entrance tel., etc. 618 S. Oakdale.
DRINK LI this, water and rest at the
Convalescent Home, 163 Granite St.,
Bllsteri, cracked kio. Itching or
burning iooq relieved and healing
nromoted with too (bine
Mnti .
Kiddies ,
, 100
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ask ... "Orrt .'
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W make a apaclaltr ot
eaterlng to oommarolal
traveller!. Modern, light
tamole rooma.
Popular price Dining
Room and Coffee Shop.
W. O. tllller, Pre,
a W. Pen. Mgr.