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    MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON. TUESDAY. APRIL 10. 1934.
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Phone 75
FOR WANT ADB
LOST AND FOUND
LOST It dog missing, call 1616
WANTED SITUATIONS
w .r wit.Vt Fnrd&on.
, double disc and
plow wants work by hour or con-
l nn McClane. Route 1, t--en-
tract. Geo. McClane, Route
tral Point.
WANTED Housekeeping motherless
home preferred, can go any place.
Box 728, Tribune.
WANTED-MI8CELLANE0US
WANTED Lace curtains to laundsr: j
work guaranteed; 25c up. 344 So. ,
Grape.
EMPTY TRUCK going to San Fran
cisco soon, would like load of fur
niture, etc WIU make special ra.e.
Phone 833. . '
WANTED Laundry completed 50c
dozen. Telephone 503-J.
FURNITURE re-upholstered.
969-R. Thlbault.
Phone
WANTED Raw furs, hides, pelts and
wool. Joe Konop. 130 Sc. Central.
Across from Montgomery Ward
WANTED Wool & mohair. Top prices.
See J. J. Osenbrugge. .
WANTED Wool, mohair, hides and
S pelts See us before you sell. Wool
begs and twine for sale. Medford
Bargain House, 37 N. Grape St.
Phone 1062.,., ;Trn.
WANTED TO BUY-10-tbn mill or
more, crusher, amalgamator. Advue
anri here can be seen. 417
Davis HiOK.. nHLu'""
WANTED 2nd hand goods and Junk,
pat's, 1506 Prune St. Phone 547-L.
WANT TO BUY 1929 Ford,
cheap. 333 W. 2nd.
WILL care for elderly sick people In
my home. Phone 437-X.
WANTED Household goods, stoves,
tools or what have you. Medford
Bargain House. 27 N Grape St rei
1062.
JUNK WANTED
We nay cash for JUNK BATTERIES
AN D RADIATORS, ' ALUMINUM
BRASS, COPPER and unk of all
descriptions.
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOUSE
37 No Grape. Tel. 10V
WANTED Five hundred ewea. Ad
dress 2334. care Metl Tribune.
- FOB RENT HOUSES
STRICTLY MODERN 6-room bunga
low; fireplace, hardwood floors, nice
lawn, shrubbery, good location, rent
120. 842 Haven. Phone 161.
. TOR RENT 6-room house. 19 No.
Peach, HS.00, Inquire 220 No. Oak
dale. NICE clean house, modern, 8 rooms
and 3 sleeping porches, wood shed,
garage. Price 425.00, water paid.
147 No. Holly.
917 W. 11th.
432 N. Holly.
318 3. Newtown.
60 N. Peach.
716 Oak.
FOR RENT 4-room modem house,
garage. 328 So. Hamilton.
rOR RENT 6-room modern furnish
ed houw: adults Garden apace
and fruit. 508 Austin St. f
FOR RENT 3-room house, bath, some j
furniture and garage; auive. v.mi
933 Dakota Ave.
FURNISHED modern house. 3 bed
rooms, overstuffed, 323.50. Phone
58J-R.
FOR RENT 4-room furn.
Samuel Bateman. 912-J.
FOR RENT 6-room modern house,
furn., piano. 1013 W. 9th. W. H.
Evernard.
SMALL 3-room furnished House; cloae
In. Call 731-X.
KICE 7-room hous for rent. Call at
817 W. 10th.
FOR RENT Partly furn. houae. 513
No. Orspe.
FOR RENT 5-room house, 3 bed
rooms, on Mistletoe. Inquire 373 Ho
Central.
HOUSES 110. 813 50 and 915. water
pud; wood range. Phone 105.
FOR RENT Homes, furnished or
unfurnished Brown As White.
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnish
ed stucco home. 518 8. Oakdale.
FOR RENT Punished house.
$18
Inquire 105 no osioaie.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
APTS. for rent. 2 rooms oath, pri
rate entrance. AdulU. 51 No. Oak
dale.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FOR RENT Owners apt. Completely
furnished. Reasonable rent to gooa
tenant: no children. Inquire Fluh
rer'a Bakery.
4 ROOMS, steam heat. 135 N. Holly.
FOR RENT Desirable lurn. apt. Ho
tel Grand.
FOR RENT Furnished 3 and 3 room
apts. 616 N. Central.
COMFORTABLY furntehed front
apartment In Mall HHDune Blag.
Living room with fireplace; large
dining room, kitchenette, dressing
room and bathroom; hot and cold
water, steam heat und lights fur
nished. Reasonable rent. Apply at
Mall Tribune.
FOR RENT ROOM BOARD
PLEASANT
Oakdale.
rooms, board. 163 No.
FOR heated sleeping rooms call 1399-L.
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404. 8. Grape.
BOARD AND ROOM at 71S E.
Rates very moderate.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
ROOMS
FRONT ROOM, separate entrance, 320
No. Oakdale.
FOR RENT'
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT Standard make piano.
Write B. J. Palmer, Medford.
FOR RENT Pasture. Clark Walker,
4 mile north Central Point.
FOR RENT Pasture.
Eagle Point.
W. E. Hammel,
FOR RENT 40 acres; 2-room house,
down wood; 810 month. Mrs. Chas.
L. Wilson, Central Point.
poR RENT Improved 3 acre tract,
1'I.- a.rt .-.. ta
garden land! clSU in. Part fruit Jnd
berries. 402 E. Main.
FOR EXCHANGE
EXCHANGE Fum,
re-upholsterlng
for lumber, wood, fish polea and i
reels. Phone 969-R.
poR SALE OR TRADE White electric
sewing machine for light sedon
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
TRADE 5 acres, clear, well Improved:
fruit, berries, alfalfa, close In; for
- Medford residence. Homeseekera'
Exchange, 403 .East Main.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Business, city
and country property. Inquire of
owner. 1600 No. Riverside.
FOR SALE or trade for clear city
property. 124 acres, close in. mostly
river bottom, free water for part,
60 cultivated, god Improvements,
Stocked and equipped, 98500. 15
North Fir. Phone 161.
FOR TRADE Willamette valley farm.
200 A.. (15.000. want river bottom
farm "hear Medford of equal value
Box 1)744. Tribune
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE Large east side residence
Box 787, Tribune.
JUST RIGHT for diversified farming
this 150 acres, with paid-up
. water, 60 A. cult., 30 A. alfalfa; 6
rm. home, lg. barn; good roads,
school; 26 ml. Medford; stocked and
equipped; 85750. Clear Long Beach
prop, acceptable for part. Arthur
E. Latng. 19 N. Bartlett. Tel. 1496.
FOR SALE Summer home on Rogue
river; 4 acres land. Call 2-H-3,
Trail. Chas. Blaess.
WHEN you think of real estate, think
of Brown & Whtle
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
STOCKED AND EQUIPPED
Monn1""? snd "ivc"1'"1
wuuUU ronct1, n acres bottom
soil; creek through place;
about 6 acres alfalfa, 7 A. Ladlno
- and blue grass meadow, about 7 A.
ready for potatoca or truck garden:
5-room house. 2 barns, turkey houe,
paid-up water right; 6 cows, - all
farm Implement go for $3800.00;
only 3800 down, balance 3 years at
Al60
REAL SPFXJULATION
10 acres located 14 blocks from
new school In Medford. streets on
2 sides, newer and water avallaole.
Ideal residential district. Total
price only 2500; 1500 down, bal
ance on easy terms. CHARLES A.
WING AGENCY, INC., exclusive
agent.
93 ACRES on paved highway, 20 river
bottom, 30 cultivated, 16 Irrigated;
Improved. Good camp ground site.
Price 42750; 8750 down, balance to
suit.
For sale or trade for clear city
property. 124 acres, close In, mostly
river bottom, free water for part;
60 cultivated, good improvements,
stocked and equipped. $8500. 15
North Fir. Phone 161.
FQ'A SALE New modern house, 8
rooms and sleeping porch: furnish
ed: $1350. Your own terms. Tel.
582-R.
LARGE LOT Fruit and nut trees,
excellent soil Sacrifice $250 Write
Box 66. Mall Tribune.
FOR SALE DOOS PETS
TWO exceptional dogs: one female
come, one male Irish setter. Call
1516, Humane society.
FOR SALE POULTRY
AND EGGS
RED SETTING EGOS. Phone 4-F-4
PURE Bronze torn, Cockeran't pr'.te
stock. $3. Jesse Nell. Rt I. Ashland
HENS with chicks. Carle; Tel. 258-X
FOR SALE Red baby chicks. Csn
accept a few more orders for April.
May delivery, we hatch from our
own atrone, healthy stock. Cum
mlngs Poultry Rsneh, 5 miles out
Midway road.
FOR SALE Plymouth Rock setting
e;g. 40c setting. Saylor, 10 N
Riverside. Tel. 315
BABY CHICKS Reds $9 per 100:
White Leshorns $8 per 100. Parcel
post prepaid. Charles L. Oood. Box
3n6. Eugene, Ore. Com. Cert. No.
9839.
FOR SALE POULTRY
FOR SALE 36 laying Bronte hens.
Earl Hart. High Banks.
OUR better quality chicks Insure real
profit. White Leghorns 8c. April 18.
7'ic Rocks and Reds 9c April 18. 8c.
Catalogue. Jenka Hatcher)'. Tangent,
Ore.
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Cow. chickens, brood
sow, Incubator. Box 700. Tribune.
PEDIGREED Angora rabbits for sale.
628 Boardman St.
FOR SALE Choice hybrid delphin
ium seedlings: win nioom tnis sum
mer. Phone 927-X. Call 703 W. 2nd
FOR SALE-r-Fresh cows.
Schultz, Beagle, Ore.
FOR SALE Team
Kerby. Talent.
of mules. Henry
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE 3 twin beds and dresesr,
1 bed, dresser and night table,
breakfast table and chairs, electric
. radio, library table, day bed and
misc. furniture. Mrs. Theo. P. Tol
lefson, 103 Geneva St.
FOR SALE Furniture. 211 N. Oak.
dale.
FOR SALE Babv bueev: also Bide-
along for use In car. 704 So. Peach.
Tel. 473-W.
165 FEET 6-ft. chain net galvanized
fencing ;a!so 14 ft. galvanized wire '
and pipe gate, ah at cost price.
Eakin Motor Co., next to Western
Auto Supply.
FOR SALJ Newtown
Stancllffe, Phoenix.
apples. Bert
HAY, . .;-heat, corn, rolled or ground
barley, can deliver. C. A. DeVoe,
623-J-3.
TO ?f-Smudi 011 cheap' Phone
.
FOR SALE CHEAP Punch bowl and
standard, and 12 glasses, Bee UD
erty Market,
CLOSING OUT our stock of Dodge
repair parts lert on nanas. will give
-60 discount on any or tnase parts
in our stock. Eakln Motor Co., Hud
son and Terraplane dealer. River- j
side Ave. 1st door south of Western
Auto Supply.
FOR SALE Grape vines, ornamental
trees and shrubs Glascock's Nur
sery, 264 Beatty St.
FOR SALE Used sewing machines, all
. makes; teRns if desired. All makes
rented and repaired White Sewing
Machine Co., 24 N. Bartlett.
FOR SALE Furniture, chairs, tables,
beds. etc. 714 Welch St.. off W.
Jackson.
FOR SALE for storage, 1 Monarch
electric range, like new, I lawn
mower, 1 Ice box. Davis Transfer.
29 So. Grape.
VERY choice long spurred Columbine1
plants. Phone 1173-Y. Call at 1002 1
W. 11th. i
SAND, gravel, sediment,
plowing. Phone 912-J.
teamlug.
FOB SALE AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE Model T Ford touring,
electric washing machine. Bargain.
Route 4. Box 77.
MISCELLANEOUS
PALMIST Truthful advice, on busi
ness, love,- marriage. 323 Kcnnett,
Berrydale.
I LOAN MONEY on anything of value.
Cecil Jennings. Cor. Main Ac Front.
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS. Indlan
- apolls. Mrs. Gertrude, Stead, local
representative. 323 South Ivy. Tel.
930-R.
LAWN Mowers sharpened. Medford
Cycle Shop, 23 N. Fir. Phone 261.
FURS cleaned, repaired and glazed.
Coats rellned. Medford Cash and
Carry Cleaners. Phone 1700.
MINING PROPERTIES If you have
property to sell or wish to buy. Sot
Geo. S. Barton. 33 N. Grape St.
DENTISTRY Dr. 1.
Main.
H. Gove. 235 E
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE Blacksmith shop. $25.
Talent Feed Store.
FOR SALE Hamburger shop, fully
equipped living quarters: priced
cheap for quick sale. Write Rt. 1,
Box 350, Medford.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracts
JACKSON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstracts of Titk and I
Title Insurance The i
only complete Title ;
System
In Jackson
county.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstract
of Title. Rooms 3 and 6, No. 83
North Central Ave. upstalra.
expert fiiibw Clranere
LET GEORGE DO IT Tel. 1172
Houae Cleaning, Floor Waxing. Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty
Painting and Paperhaniclng
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper
hanging. Tel 646 W. u.3 S Grape
Money Co Lend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
Three per cent per month on un
paid balance. No other chargca See
W. E. Thomas, 45 South Central,
ground door Craterlan Theater
Bldg. State License No 8-157.
BADS TRANSFER it STORAGE CO -Office
1015 No Central Phone JIG
Prices right, service guaranteed
HAWLEY TRANSFER Expert pick
era and movers Special livestock
moving equipment. Prices right
619 North Riverside Phone 1044-X
Job Printing
MAJL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT I
Best tqulpped plant in tout hern
Oregon Printing of si) kinds: book !
binding: loose leaf ledgers and
blank 1. billing y items duplicating
caaft sales slips and everything in ,
the printing Uoea. 38-30 V. Gras '
Phong lb. ,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Transfer
KE'NKINO TRUCKING O. Trans
fer acd storage. We haul anything
at a reasonaole price. Ill No Fir
Street Phone 332. '
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice of Guardian's Sale of
Real Property.
Notice Is Hereby Given that the
undersigned guardian of the estate
of Kendal Dufur, a minor, will on
or after the 18th day of April, 1934.
at 10:00 a. m.. at the office of Gus
Newbury. In the Medford National
Bank Building, In Medford, Jackson
County, Oregon, offer for sale and
win sell to tne nienest oiauer lor
cash, all of the right, title, estate and
Interest of the said named Kendal
Dufur In and to the following de
scribed real property, situated In
Jackson County, Oregon, to-wlt;
Lots one to four, inclusive, and
Lots thirteen to eighteen .Inclus
ive of Block 13, also Lots thirteen
and fourteen, Block 37 of the City
of Gold Hill, Oregon;
The West half of the southwest
quarter, the southwest quarter of
the northwest quarter, and all that
part of Lot 4 lying West of Galls
Creek In Section 31. Township 36
South, Range 3 West of the Wil
lamette Meridian;
Also the Northwest quarter of the
Northwest quarter of Section 38,
Township 36 South, Range 3 West
or tne Willamette Meridian;
The North half of the Northeast
quarter and Lot 1 Section 30,
Township 36 South, Range 3 West
ol tne Willamette Meridian;
said sale to be made at private sale
In pursuance of an Order of the
County Court of Jackson County, Ore
gon, made and entered of record on
June 19. 1933, In Volume 46 at pages
re f, jbs or tne journal of said court.
OARRIE O. PUHL.
Guardian of the Estate of Kendal
Dufur. a minor.
BASEBALL LEAGUE
TO BE DISCUSSED
A! MEET TONIGHT
First definite nlan for formation
of a southern Oregon baseball league
will get under way tonight at 6
o'clock at the Hotel Holland when
managers of teams In Medfo A, Grants
Pass, Coqullle. Jacksonville, Klamath
Falls, and possibly, Yreka and Hilt, Phillies and Cincinnati Reds are con
meet to draw up a playing schedule I signed to finish the way they did last
and elect officers. ' year alxtb, seventh and eighth.
Coqullle, Southern Oregon league! The "box score" on the National
pennant winners last year, will be league poll, showing the number of
represented by Bill Fortler, manager votes for each club in each position:
and former Paclflo Coast league i Team 13345678
player. New York .... 40 37 33 7
- lwo wam Irom Riamain roua ana
ha. a representative at -the meet -
Ing. Red Sanders, who has taken
rover the leadership of the Pelicans,
led last year by Frisco Edwards, will
be present as will L. R. Wlrz, head of
the 8haw-Bertram number company
team. I
Grants Pass will be rcDresented bv
it.hr rionrcA vnimcr nr H. i,. nnner.
Jacksnovllle will probably be repre-
sented.
Medford will be represented by Hal
Halght.
Prellmlnary plans call for either a
four or a six-club league with the
opening games April 33 or April 29.
Mail Tribune Daily
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5. Tips
10. At a distance
14. Anplo-Saxon
slave
15. .Edible bulb
16. Draft animal
17. Recovers
19. Places of
worship
21. Evil or III:
prefix
22. Afternoon
naps
24. Corpulent
25. Pronoun
27, Small stream
28. Japanese
measure
21. Item of
property
82. Sailor
23. Steering
apparatuses
36. Warms again
38. Sort of
varnish
10. Note of the
scale
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42. Historical
period
43. Symbol for
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NATIONAL LOOP
Sport Experts Who Over
looked New' Yorkers Last
Year Give Team Confi
dence Vote 1934- Season
Bjr ALAN GOULD
(Associated Press Sport Editor.)
NEW YORK, April JO. () Major
league baseball expert, who agreed
the Giant would-flnlsh no higher
than sixth In laat year's National lea
gue race, have done the handsome
thing this spring by picking them to
repeat their triumph.
It remains to be seen Just how Bill
Terry's club will react to thla star
ltlng vote of conlidence. Their per
formances so far along the exhibi
tion route have not been altogether
becoming to world champions, but It
will be time enough to use the yard
stick on the Giants when 'fche games
begin to count In the standing of tlw
clubs.
Cubs Dangerous.
Meanwhile the balots In the eighth
Annual Associated Press pennant poll
testify that the Chclago Cubs are the
team most likely to oust the Giants
from the top in another of those dra
matic five-horse races for which John
Arnold Heydler's circuit Is famous.
Of the 97 writers and editors con
tributing to the poll's consensus. 40
pick the Giants to repeat, while 34
name the Cubs to finish on top. The
St. Louts Cardinals have 13 backers
for their hopes of taking first money,
and the Pittsburgh Pirates only nine,
but In the consensus the Bucs land
third place. The solitary remaining
vote for first place goes to Boston's
battling Braves, who face an uphill
Job unless they can replace Rabbit
Maranvllle at second base successful..
Braves Have Barkers.
I The Braves finished fourth, a notch
j ahead of the Cardinals last year, but
j the consensus favors a reversal of this
i order for i34.
Otherwise, the experts see no change
In proepect. The Brooklyn Dodgers,
. unicago o i n i i
r Pittsburgh .. 9 20 36 35 4 3
St. Louis 13 17 17 36 7 5 3 1
I Boston .......... 1 1 2 13 61 9 7 4
Brooklyn 1 1 10 30 39 20
' Philadelphia ... I .... 5 7 30 31 33
! Cincinnati . 1 5 29 38 34
Prisoner to Eureka c. Bennett, an
escane from the Eurake Jail, was be
ing returned there today by Sherl.I
Ross and Deputy Falk of Humboldt
county. Bennett, Is a stolen car, was
arrested near Ashland laat Wednes-
j day. The officers found It necessary
! to bo to both Sacramento and Salem
1 to arrange extradition of Bennett.
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6ft. Existed
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degree
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captain
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1. Microbe ,
2. On the ocean
3. Modern
language
4. Meadow
i. Bracing
I. Puts In
7. Island of New
York stats:
abbr.
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steadily t. Go furtively
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trical cur
rent: COlloq,
11. Bring to pass
12. Tills of
Athana
BOWLING
rlty League.
Plrhe Hardware.
Riv Prultt 107 155 164 476
A. Plche ... 138 149 113 387
R. Harrison 109 122 132 338
H. Strang ...... . 130 133 127 369
S. Carey ....... 187 173 161 514
Handicap 144 144 144
863 874 814 3351
Peerless Meat Market.
N. Newland 133 139 180 4.11
H. Meusel 133 132 143 380
T. Noud 187 177 166 530
R. Clancy 190 176 193 559
A. Stoehr 166 133 80 381
Handicap 98 98 98
888 837 839 3584
Tonight: Pruitt's Service Station
vs. Bowman's Barber Shop,
E.
WITNESSING HOT RACE
III
A hot race for second place la be
Ing staged aa the City Bowling league
schedule hears an ond on the Nata-
torlum alleys. The Elks AU-Stnra are
far out In front for flrat position, but
the Mall Tribune and Prultt Service
Station tean. are closely bunched in
second and third spots, respectively,
Team and Individual standings up
to April follow:
O.
O. Eada ..... 36
Roy Prultt ...... . 33
Total
asM
5799
6103
S098
9945
4054
6035
1948
5995
5990
5918
4018
4419
1949
1879
779
eoao
5995
1540
4121
4413
4988
8343
3388
4471
4471
6768
4450
3989
3505
1315
4986
3803
4104
. 6083
6439
5137
-4986
3057
3169
4279
4634
3336
3338
3329
3319
747
350
11S3
635
Avo.
18
176
170
169
169
169
168
168
184
164
164
164
164
162
157
Hal Halght 30
R. DeVore ..... . . 36
P. Clency , 35
Dr. Paske . 34
F. Diamond 36
C. Saylor ......... 8
W. Prultt 39
F. Dunn 39
Herb Guenther...... 36
C. Walsh 30
A. Hagen 27
A. Lambert 12
C. Hayden 13
L. Watson 8
N. Newland 39
M. Cannon 39
J. V. Watson .. 10
156
155
154
154
163
152
151
151
151
149
149
148
, - "'T
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S. Sherwood 39
A. Stoehr 33
W. Hngen 33
O. Puhl 15
T. Noud 30
E. Nichols .. 30
J. Murray 39
J. Burroughs 30
W. Newland 37
E. Ferguson 17
B. Croxdale 0
N. Kerr , 38
C. Bowman 18
F. Huasong 39
R. Slngler 36
S. Stark 89
Ray Prultt 37
E. clevenberg 36
H. Strang . 15
A. Plche 34
O. Holmes 33
H. Plnneo 36
H. Meusel 38
E. York 36
R. Harrison ..... 18
W. Catey : 18
M. McBee 6
Parson 3
148
147
147
148
-145
- 145
143
141
139
139
138
137
1 132
130
129
139
193
134
133
134
116
108
107
L. Crocker ....... 11
H. walker . 15
Team Standings.
W. I. Pet
Elka 28 S .777
Mall Tribune 34 15 .816
Pruitt's serv. Sta .... 32 17 .384
Bowman's Barber Shop... 18 19 .472
Plche Hardware 17 22 .436
standard Oil 17 33 .436
post umce . jo o
Peerless Meat Mxt 15 24 .869
(By the Associated Presa.)
Half the Pacific Coast league eon-
teats today take on the aspects of
civil war, aa Los Angeles and San
Francisco battle to retain their Joint
claim on first place.
The Angela open the second week
of the season against their home town
rivals, the Hollywood Stars, while the
Seals face their fellow San Fran
ciscans, the Missions. The Angela
and the seals ended the first week
of play In a tie for first place honors
at the expense of the two teama from
the north. Loa Angeles taking the
series against Portland, 8 games to 3.
and the Seals faring likewise against
Seattle.
The Portland B.avera and Seattle
Indians will attempt to ellmb out of
the cellar position for which they sre
tied, meeting two nbrthern California
teams, also In a tie for third place.
The Beavers appear against the Sac
ramento Senators and tha Indiana
agalnat tha Oakland Oaks.
SURVIVE MELEE
PORTLAND,' April 10. P) "Sur
vival of the fittest" honors In a lx
grappler battle royal were shared list
night by Mickey McOulre. 149, West
Salem, and Walter Aehlu, 160, Dayton,
Ohio, who divided falls after four
other grspplers were eliminated. '
Those eliminated were Slav Okay,
Joe Kirk, Bulldog Jackson and Don
Sucal.
Robin Reed, 187, Reedaport, took
two out of three falls from Stan
Crowley, 158, Boston. Cowboy Helm.
181. Burns, gsined the odd fall from
Art Perkins, 155, Detroit.
DUCKS MOVE TO
SOLONS' DIAMOND
M'GUIRE, ACHIU
M'LARNIN, ROSS
TITLE GO
UP FOR
28
NEW YORK. April 10. t One of
flatlana'a few remaining- "naturala."
a welterweight champlonahlp bout be
tween Jimmy MoLarnln and Barney
Rosa, had definitely been lined up to
day.
Ttormal algnlng of contracta waa de
layed until today, but the rival man
agera had agreed to terma for a 15-
round bout here May 38. Although
the alte had not yet been definitely
aelected. It waa regarded aa probable
McLarnln and hla challenger would
settle their diapute in Madlaon Square
Oardn'a Long Inland bowl. The milk
fund will share In the promotion aa
well aa the receipt of the ahow.
Sammy Plan and Art Winch, rep
resenting Roas, the wortd'a light
weight champion, finally abandoned
their effort to Induce McLarnin to
come In at 143 poumla. inatead the
champion will have the right to acale
147. pounda, the claaa limit. Roas
probably will weigh 140 pounds or
leas.
The bout, a Aure-flre box office at
traction In New YorX. with Ita big
Irish and Jowlsh population, may out
draw the heavyweight championship
match between Prlmo Camera and
Max Baer, which the Clarden la pro
moting In the Long Ialand bowl June
14.
E
CAT BALL GAME
In a hotly contested game laat
night, the Henderson All-Stars de
feated the Active club. 3 to 3, and
Jennlnga Tire outhlt and outplayed
the boys from the Ktdd shoe store
to the tune of 13 to 3.
A fair sized crowd was out to see
their favorltea In action.
Tomorrow night the high school
will tangle with the Standard Oil
team and Vour Office Boys will hold
a conference with Lamport's.
L
FATAL TO STOCK
Death to stock, In the Hock Point
district, from drinking reslduo of
chemicals used In mining operations,
haa been reported to the district at
torney office. It was reported that
P. L. Stranhem waa among the loeera.
and that', another stockman of the
same dlstrlot has lost stock. An In
vestigation Is being made by the
sheriff's office to determine the cause,
and prevent further stock deaths.
The atock la supposed to have par
taken of nitrate of soda, which Is
used by miners In cleaning off con
centrate plates, and In cleaning other
mine machinery. The chemical haa a
white saltish uppearance. It aettled
In pools, after being uied and the
cattle licked It, while grazing.
Prof. Oeorge Schumacher, chemist,
made an analysis of the realdue. It
la held that If taken In amall quanti
ties, It would not be fatal. The
authorltlea think the Rock Point
stock received an overdose.
The authorities request miners to
see that the chemical residue la car
ried away, and not allowed to collect,
where It can be secured by atock.
A warning was Issued recently to
etockmen that larkspur, a growth
poisonous to cattle, waa abundant.
MAGNOLIA TREE
The magnolia tree, transferred from
the Dr. E. B. Plckel yard at Main and
Ivy streete to the courthouse yard,
Is starting to bud and giving other
signs that It will survive. Its leaves
are also starting to fade and fall, and
new ones sre sprouting. It will be
a year before a final verdict will be
rendered by the tree Itself on Ita life,
aa It takes that long to complete Its
cycle.
Yesterday a trench was dug around
the tree and filled with water, to pro
vide moisture.
Work of grass seeding the court
house lswn will be completed soon.
The lawn waa fertilised snd double
seeded, and the first sprouting of
grsss Is due the end of the week.
Missionary Play
. . Friday Night At
Phoenix Church
PHOENIX, April 10. (Spl.) Young
People's Christian Endeavor society of
Phoenix Presbyterian church la spon
soring a play to be given at the church
Friday night. The play Is to be pre
sented by a cast of 30 characters from
the Ladles' Missionary society of the
Baptist church of Medford. It Is a
missionary play, entitled "The Pill
Bottle." and haa been presented at the
Baptist church In Medford twice, and
onca In Ashland, alao In other places
throughout the county.
At every presentation high praise
hsa been won by the actors and for
tha story It carries. Proceed or the
play will be 60 per cent to the looal
young peopte'a society and 60 per
cent to the missionary society of Med
ford. A nominal charge will be made
for admission. All in the community
are urged to be on hand for this presentation.
TOURNEY SLATED
HERE ON
At the regular golf tourney and
luncheon tomorrow being held by the
women of the Rogue River Valley
Oolf club, plana will be completed
for the big tournament Sunday, at
which time women golfers from
Q rants Pass, Ashland. Klamath Falls
and Yreka are expected to partici
pate.
Whether members of the club or
not, all women golfers of the valley
are Invited to take part In the Sun
day tournament, w.hlch starts at
10:30. Lunch will be served at the
club house.
Women will choose their own part
ners and make up their own four
somes. Those planning to take part
are requested to telephone either
Mrs. Homer Marx or Jack Hueaton,
pro at the club, as soon as possible.
A full attendance of club membera
Is asked for tomorrow's meeting to
discuss the Sunday event.
Forest Creek
FOREST CREEK, April 10. (Spl.)
Aaron Ayres hus been In Jackson
ville every day this week working on
hla truck, which waa damaged In a
wreck on Jacksonville hill last week.
Mrs. Arthur Davlea was special
guest at a dinner In honor of her
birthday at the home of her mother.
Mrs. C. O. Dorothy In Jacksonville
Easter Sunday.
A. B. "Doc" Ayres, Bert Powell and
family, of Medford, visited Mr. and
Mrs, Harry Ayres April 3.
Mr. Soles and Mr. Morgan of Med
ford were on the creek In search of
i stray cattle April 5.
Mr. and Mrs. John Black and Lee
i Black were business visitors at tha
home- of Herman Walters on Hum-
bug creek April 6.
! Mrs. Aaron Ayres shopped In Med
ford April 6,
Saturday shoppers In Medford
'March 81 Included Mr.. Ivan Davlea
and amall daughters, Mrs. Oeorge
Pearee and Mrs. Charlie Madsen.
Alice Madsen attended church In
Jacksonville Easter Sunday,
Eugene Bay, who has spent the
winter with Norman Salsman, re-.
turned to hla home In Denver, Colo.,
via the coast route, March SI.
Leslie Coffman left Sunday for
Klamath Falls In search of work.
The Davlea brothers, Arthur and
John are logging the Duggan tlmbor
for the Tomlln mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crump enter
tained 91 friends and relatives at
their home Easter Sunday, .
Mrs, Charlie Madsen and Mrs. Ivan
Davlea visited Mm. Oeorge Pearce
Anrll A
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arpan were guesta
of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Madsen Sat
urday night, April 1.
Saturday ahoppers in Medford April
7 included: Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Crump, Mrs. Oeorge Pearce and Va
lerie, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pearce and
sons Martyn and (Gerald and Mrs.
Boyd.
Mrs. Cora Crumo of Eugene viaitea
a few daya last week at the home of
her son, Jack Crump and family.
Mrs. Harrv Ayres. who spent several
days last week visiting friends and
relatives In Medford returned ham
April 8.
Herman Walters and Mr. Peters of
Humbue- creek were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr, and Mr. John Black and
Lee Black.
Olrl Scouts met at tha home
Vera Ayres Saturday.
nnlshlng touches were put on tne
tenderfoot work In preparation for
the test to be given next week.
Camp Rand
CAMP HAND, April 10. (Spl.)
Baaeball game to have been played
with Camp Kerby there March 81
waa postponed on account of rain.
Max H. and Ouy H. Bandera were
transferred April from Company
1746. Camp Kerby, to this company.
A danrewaa held April 8 attended
by members of the camp and people
living In the nearby locality.
Fishing conditions In Rogue river
nesr this camp are Improving. Tha
waters have been .high and muddy
but are clearing up and several nice
catches have been made.
Lieutenant Ragnar Unden. com.
mending officer of thla camp, left
Saturday for a short leave to his home
In Portland.
Dr. Conde A .Beucler, ramp sur
geon, spent tha week end at his horn
In Medford.
"Sally Rand," tha camp pet deer,
Is now allowed to run at large about
tha camp.
Work on Via bridge at Rocky Ouloh
was completed April 9 and la now
carrying traffic. The bridge at Rich
Oulch la nearlng completion and
should be open to traffic by tha 10th.
Orlvlle J. Bell, Oeorge S, Mann and
Asa F. Tyler of Merlin: John, A.
Mounts of Olendale and Merle T.
Wallace of.Wolf Creek were discharg
ed thla week by expiration of term
of enrollment and employment,
LUililtilLUtifti.l