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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE. MEDFOR13, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1934.
PAGE NINE
Local and
Mrs. Carpenter Leaves Mrs. Leon-"!
8Td Carpenter left oft Wednesday
evening's Shasta lor San Prmctsco,
on a business trip,
Mrs. Porter Improved Mrs. M. L.
Porter 15 reported slowly Improving
t her home, R. P. D. 1, alter an Ill
ness of ten days.
Traylort Leave Mrs. J. Traylor and
daughter left here on the Southern
Pacific Wednesday, en route to Stan
wood, Wash.
Mrs. Ames to Seattle Mrs. S. P.
Ames, who has been visiting for some
time In Talent, left on the Shasta
this morning for Seattle.
Catches River Trout John Snider
of this city Is among lucky trout
fishermen. He took 11 nice ones
from the Rogue the first of the week.
'
Frost Expert Leaves Floyd Young,
government frost expert, left last
evening on the Southern Pacific for
Portland, from which city he plans
to continue to Yakima, Wash.
Junior Baseball PracticeThe Amer
ican Legion Junior baseball teams
will meet for practice this evening at
the Jackson school at 5 o'clock, and
a large turnout is -urged.
W. R. C. to Meet Members of the
Women's Relief corps will meet to
morrow with Lena Roseberry at her
home on Kenwood avenue, for an all
'day meeting, with a covered dish
luncheon at noon.
'
Miss Caster Leaves Miss Elva Cas
ter left Wednesday evening on the
Shasta, accompanied by her grand
mother, Mrs. Mary E. Ellison, for
Portland, where they plan to visit
the latter's son, Arthur Ellison, for
some time.
Warren In Medford Clyde Warren,
detective with the Oregon state po
lice, whose headquarters are In Port
land, arrived here Wednesday after
uon from Klamath Falls, where he
has been attending the Horace M.
Manning murder trial.
Mrs. Graffis Improved Mrs. Donna
Graffis of the Phoenix district was
In Medford shopping this week for the
first time in several weeks, having
been 111. She is now feeling much
improved, her friends announced to
day. In Medford Today Max Schultz of
Bams Valley was a visitor in Medford
today, and stated that people In that
district were rapidly becoming inter
ested In the Diamond Jubilee cele
bration. There will be a number of
hayracks and horse from that vicin
ity available for the parade, he said.
Officers Meet Tonight A meeting
of reserve officers has been called fcr
tonight at' the Medford Armory, be
ginning at 7:30 o'clock. The subjecs
for the course will be "Property, Pro-
.irawsnK anH TPiindu " The Instructor
announced is Captain Newton C.
Chaney, Qm-Res. All oincers are
urged to complete this sub-course,
as it Is required for-practically all
branches.
Returning Trucks Four CCC men
of the headquarters detachment, In
charge of Sergeant Oscar W. Spauld
ing. were expected to return to Med
ford today fiom Marysvllle, Cal.,
frtur nhvmipt trucks, one
Plymouth sedan and one ambulance,
lor use in this district, wun aoz
geant Spauldlng were Irwin W. Hur
ley, Robert Hensworth, John P. Scan
Ion and Earl L. Stephenson.
nAim romns Tnmnnnlpjt trans
ferrlng fTom winter ' camp sites to
their summer locations, were op
tioned in their new quarters offic
ially yesterday, headquarters an
nounced today. These include com
pany 1747, moving from Elk creek to
Upper Rogue river: company 1555,
from Evans creek to Annie Springs;
company 98, from carberry creek to
Dog lake, and company 984, , from
Camp Port Orford to Agness.
mm.
Safe: Non-t'olsonous
GER.MICI1H-;
For feminine Hygiene.
Ask Your Doctor.
ALSO
Harry Lnnftdnn Comedy,
"Hooks nnfl Jans"
Cartoon, "llnn-M flretel". News
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Todi; FIRST RUN
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Personal
Returns front Portland Lee Bishop
of KM ED returned to Medford this
morning on the Oregonian from Port
land, where he had been attending to
business matters.
Goes to Eugene Raymond J. Hat
field, who has been stationed In this
section with the CCC, left yesterday
by train for Eugene.
Report to Headquarters Four Illi
nois Juniors, stationed at the Wine-;
glass CCC camp in Crater Lake na
tional park, have been ordered to re
port for duty at the headquarters de
tachment commander at Medford.
Mrs. Hoffard 111 Mrs. Paul Hoffard
of 403 King street, who underwent
a major operation two days ago at the
Sacred Heart hospital, was reported
doing very nicely this afternoon.
Collee Recovering Thomas Coltee
of 578 South Ivy, who underwent a
major operation at the Sacred Heart
hospital early in the week, was re
ported getting along satisfactorily to
day. Mrs. Osenbriigge III Mrs. J. J.
Osenbrugge, a patient at the Sacred
Heart hospital for medical care, Is
steadily Improving, her friends are
glad to learn.
Mrs. Reed Recovering Mrs. W. C.
Reed of Gold Hill, who underwent a
major operation at the Sacred Heart
hospital a short time ago, is getting
along very well this week.
Down for Concert John Orlbble,
University of Oregon student, accom
panied Louis Artau and Harold Ayres
to the city yesterday for the concert
played by the latter at the Baldwin
sudio. While here Grlbble visited his
parents.
Teachers' Chorus Meets A special
rehearsal of the Jackson County
Teachers' chorus has been called for
Saturday morning to start prepara
tion for the May concert. Members
of the chorus are asked to meet at
the courthouse auditorium at 10:S0
o'clock.
Cowboy Recovering William
Tlmms, Klamath Falls cowboy who
sustained a fracture of the spine re
cently, when his horse fell on him,
was reported by the attending phy
sician to be steadily improving at the
Sacred Heart hospital here today. His
mother was over from Klamath Falls
this morning to call on him.
Primary Council Meets A meeting
of the primary council has been call
ed for Saturday afternoon, April 38,
at 1:30 o'clock, at the county court
house auditorium. Mrs. Una B. Inch,
county school supervisor, will be the
speaker and will discuss the testing
program In the primary grades of
Jackson county. All primary teach
ers are Invited to attend the meeting.
Has Hand Reconstructed D. Hazel
of the United States fish hatchery
entered the Sacred Heart hospital this
morning for reconstruction surgery of
his left hand, from which the thumb
was cut In an accident last-fall. Mr.
Hazel also received severe foot in
Juries last week, but Is recovering
satisfactorily. He was at the hospital
only a short time this morning.
Expect Train Saturday '"A train,
carrying 233 Civilian Conservation
corps Juniors from Illinois, Is expected
to arrive In Medford and Powers on
Saturday, CCC district headquarters
here has been advised. Of this group,
95 will report to Camp Wineglass in
Crater Lake national park, and the
other 138 will detrain at Powers for
the China Flats camp.
In Snn Francisco Leland Brophy
left yesterday for San Francisco on
business, and wilt be accompanied on
the return trip Monday by Mrs. Bro
phy, who has been with her mother in
the south, while the latter under
went an operation. Mrs. George
Dewey, Mrs. Hazel Ulrlch and Jack
Moran also left yesterday for San
Francisco by motor.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to our many friends for their
sympathy and kindness during our
recent sad bereavement; also for the
beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Gregory and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Gregory and family, Mrs. L.
Weoden and family, Mrs. M. E. Owens
1 and family.
RICHARD -sxeets-GAUAGH E ft
DOROTHY BURGESS
JOHNNY ARTHUR
MERNA KENNEDY
NOAH BEERY
BERT ROACH
akeet 1. encnjnl In threa
elrls at the same time In
this comedy of- misunder
standing and complica
tions. .
Dallr Mat. 1:1.1 Kie. B:1S
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PASTOR TO STAY
(Continued from page one)
Spllver, Louis Crane, Walter F. Brown,
W. H. Watt, Dr.,W. P. Holt.
Trustees, six of whom were elected
at last night's corpgrate meeting, are:
A. R, Clement, w. s. aiimore, Harris
Janes, Don Newbury, H. T. Barrett,
newly elected, O. E. Gates, Ralph De i
Witt, Verl Walker, C. O. Lemmon,!
James Hoey, Prank Perl. j
At a previously held meeting the
following officers were unanimously :
elected: 1
Deacons: Dr. B. R. Elliott, chair- j
man; Missionary society, Mrs. Frank (
Albert, President; Ladles' association, ;
Mrs. Susan Kason, president; Sunday j
school, Mrs. W. S. Gllmore, general
superintendent; church treasurer, W.
S. Gllmore; secretary board of trus-1
tees, Col, W. H. Paine; benevolence !
treasurer, Frank H. Ray.
The congregation feels that great
t,hings will be accomplished this year
In the church, with the Christian
leadership established in the worthy
officers who have been chosen to carry
on the work of the Saviour. A special
effort toward evangelization work
will be carried out with renewed ef
fort In every department of the
church.
Rev, W. J. Howell, who has matie
such a splendid record In the church
by his executive ability and vigorous
activities in all branches of spiritual
effort In the city as well, will con
tinue this program with the hearty
co-operation of his congregation and
executive boards.
Rev. W. J. Howell, who came to
this presbytery two years ago from
Washington highly recommended for
his work In Bethel Presbyterian
church of Spokane, has made a won
derful record of progress in the Med
ford church.
An unusual .honor t was conferred
upon J. H. Cooley, who has served as
elder for a number of years. Mr.
Cooley was made a member for life
of the session of the Medford Pres
byterian church. The congregation
gave Mr. Cooley a rising vote of
thanks for his untiring efforts to
promote the peace and prosperity of
the church over a long period.
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Sigfried Tauber, who had made his
home In Medford for the past six
years, died last evening at his home,
55 Quince street, after a short illness
due to heart trouble.
He came to this city from Chicago,
where at one time he was the largest
retail handler of horses in the city.
Mr. Tauber was born In Prague,
Austria, November 16, 1860, and came
to the United States at the age of
14. During most of his life, he en
gaged in farming, and buying of live
stock. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs.
Josephine Tauber, of Medford. two
daughters, Mrs. Samuel Velt of Med
ford and Mrs-tMax Joseph of Nampa,
Idaho.
The remains will be forwarded to
Chicago.
TEXAS BAD MAN AGAIN
BEHIND PRISON BARS
SHERMAN, Texas, April 26. (ff)
Raymond Hamilton, Texas bad man,
was behind prison bars again today,
hi three months "vacation" at an
end.
The erstwhile pal of Clyde Barrow,
public enemy No. 1 of the southwest,
ran right into the arms of the law
yesterday when a part yof officers
halted his car as he sped away with
$1,000 he had scooped up In a small
town bank two hours before.
Adults
Anytime
20c N II 1 1 I 110c
STARTS TODAY 3 BIG DAYS
Another Hit in the Studio's
Parade of Big Hits!
THE FLEET'S IN . . .ALL INl
And you'll be In the same shape before you've 1
III finished laughing at Barnacle Brown the
'tappiest salt that ever sailed the seven seas I
HI J O ,1 E.'j
SMlOKfx-AQ
A fin) Notional hit wKti WP"
111 JIAN MUH, FRANK T Jv"- III
111 McHUOH, THSIMA TODD R f III
I ALSO I
Mickey McGuire in "Mickey's Big Broadcast"
Looney Tune Cartoon "Buddie 'a Beer Garden"
PATHE NEWS REEL
, K
In Mystery Drama
With Robert Montgomery in the
role of Revel, a gentleman crock,
"Mystery of Mr. X" plays at the Cra
terlan theater tomorrow and Satur
day. Alsa. In the cast are Elizabeth
Allan, Lewis Stone and Ralph Forbes
The story concerns an English
nobleman, who retxtrns from a con
valescing trip to find London up in
arms over the mysterious murders of
policemen at the hands of a field
signing hmisclf as "X" in articles sent
to newspapers.
The murders are perpetrated at the
same time the famous Drayton dia
mond is stolen by Revel, who plans
to aid quietly in the captpre of "X,"
plant the diamond on his body, and
claim the insurance reward. So, while
the unseen continues his cold-blooded
murders. Revel plots to trap him and
with thrills, gasps and intrigue, the
picture rushes on to a startling cli
max. In Rialto Film
Tim McCoy and Billle Seward have
leading roles in "Voice in the Night,"
on the Rialto theater's double fea
ture program for Friday and Satur
day. "The Ninth Guest," featuring Don
ald Cook and Genevieve Tobin, will
be on the same program.
ROXY IS SHOWING
FIRST RUN COMEDY
Light comedy, love and lau&lter,
is the theme of "Easy Millions," first
run film now playing at the Roxy
theater.
The old adage that it takes a dozen
lies to coverone was never brought
home with greater truth than in
"Easy Millions." "Skeets" Gallagher
tells one little He and brings on him
self enough trouble for several peo
ple, ot only does he lose his Job,
his girl, an Inheritance, to find him
self engaged to two others that he
doesn't want, but he never seems to
be able to tell the truth, try as he
Willi
The cast includes Myrna Kennedy,
Johnny Arthur, Dorothy Burgess, Bert
Roach and Noah Beery.
Quickly relieve the torment add
soothe the irritated skin by simply
R applying safe, comforting m
esinol
Anytime
SLAYING OF HORAN
UNPREMEDITATED
IS WINDUP CLAIM
(Continued from page one)
witnesses were unable to establish
conclusively Vie time and number of
shots allegedly coming from the Man
ning office in the Underwood build
ing. The state has said the shots
came in volleys spaced at an Interval
of about 15 minutes. The defense
declared they came in volleys one
directly after the other.
Tihe assertion that Manning was
Intoxicated the evening young Horan
came to his office was bitterly as
sailed. Roberts referred back to the
defense witnesses who said they met
and talked to the defendant only a
short time before the killing. Each
said he was not Intoxicated nor
could they detect that he had been
drinking,
Duel Story Uphold
Roberts upheld Manning's own
story of the death duel In the pri
vate office Just at dusk. The de
fendant said Horan, In an ugly mood,
grabbed a gun from an open desk
and fired twice w.htle Manning took
cover.
'Manning said he was successful In
gaining a second weapon from the
same drawer and, returning the fire,
Horan was shot through the arm and
heart.
The trial was a battle of attorneys.
Both the defendant and Horan were
prominent lawyers In Klamatft Falls.
Manning has been noted through
Oregon for his work as a defense
counsel and Horan was among the
most active member of the lower
house. Roberts gained fame as a
prosecutor in the D'Autremont case.
and Olllenwaters, In his first term as
district attorney, has been connected
with a number of Important trials
In southern Oregon.
The court room was crowded as
the final arguments continued. T.he
words of the attorneys were broad
cast through the streets by radio and
groups of citizens clustered on cor
ners discussing the sensational fea
tures of the trial.
The entire community was tense
with expectation as the jurors not
one of whom is not a friend or ac
quaintance of either the defendant
or victim prepared for their deliber
ations. Rev. William J. Howell, pastor of
the local Presbyterian church, yes
terday forenoon officiated at the
wedding of Mrs. Delilah Stevens
Meyer and Ralph G. Jennings. They
plan to make their home near Camp
South Fork of the Roeue In the Butte
Falls district, where Mr. Jennings Is
xorestry superintendent at the CCC
camp.
Mrs. Jennings was formerly Jack
son county clerk and Mr. Jennings
was iormeny sheriff here,
GANDHI'S OPPONENTS
THftOW ROCKS AT TRAIN
BUXAR, India, Aplrl 20. (API A
rock smashed the windows of & cur
In whlcfi Mahatma Gandhi wns rid
ing today, but he escaped uninjured
from a clash with persons opposing
his campaign to assist India's un
touchables. It was the first time the Mahatma
ever had been made the object of a
physical attack.
Shows
1:45
7:00-0:00
ENDS
JOHN BARRYMOR
"Long Lost Father
Tomorrow
TWO BIG
Shadows of mystery cloud-
iM ed the path of their romance I JriW 55
Ills DONALD COOK i " '
if GENEVIEVE TOBIN
3 PLUS
"t ed the path of their
Jitn
Joe at Studio
Joe Brown, in "Son of a Sailor,"
opened at the Studio theater today.
As the title Indicates, this Is a
picture of naval life. Joe has the
role of an over-lm&glnatlve sailor
whose vanity and boast fulness lead
.him Into more scrapes than you can
shake a stick at.
CCC YOUTH HELD
HO
(Continued from pago one)
employed with Von der Hcllen's con
structlon crew near Eagle Point.
State police, who made the arrest,
nssisted by the Medford city officers,
said that Hood and Ross, who were
both nursing numerous cuts, bruises
and black eyes today, told them they
started back to Eagle Point In a milk
truck they were driving, leaving Med
ford about ten o'clock.
When they got to the edge of the
city limits. Flster, who they claimed
was hiding In th back end of the
truck, held them up with what they
thought was a gun, and ordered them
to drive to the top of Buckshot hill.
There, the two charge, Flster beat
them quite badly, and although Hood
escaped, Ross asserts he was robbed
of (12 or (13, and was then ordered
by Flster to rldo In the truck with
him back to Medford. Hood, In the
meantime walked to the Crater Lake
highway, got a ride Into Medford and
notified city and state officers.
Ross told police that Flster forced
him to ride around town until about
12:30, during which time they wreck
ed an automobile which Flster struck.
When the milk truck ran out of
gasoline, Flster made five attempts
at stealing some. Unsuccessful, Ross
was released and I"!ster returned to
the fairgrounds, where he was ar
rested this morning.
Police found the milk truck on
King street, where H had been aban
doned, without gasoline.
Flster, state police said, gave his
age as 23. Records at CCC headquar
ters show that he was born April 4,
1015, and Joined Company 1643, CCC,
at Jefferson Barracks, May 38, 1033.
Police said Flster expressed sur
prise at his arrest, saying that If he
had been back In Illinois, he would
never have been caught.
DANCE
Saturday Night
at Gold Hill Hall
Good Mualo
Admission 40o
Mnts.-Kvei,
25fr
Klcldlcs-lOo
TONIGHT
E
M
and Saturday
FEATURES!
romance I
IWCOY
I'M.
VOICE b
2tNIGH7
with
Billie Seward
The fate of an entire city
rr.trd upon a ftlnglff wnrdl
W7IT it
KILLED BECAUSE
(Continued f.om page one)
last Saturday, and obviously attempt
ed to avoid recognition. More thsn
a score of them visited the offices of
the department of Justice lst Sat
urday and conferred there with
George West, who had been left in
charge of the office by McKcnn.
The money reported recovered is
part of that which Dr. John "Jafsle"
Condon, acting as an Intermediary In
the Lindbergh kidnaping, tossed over
a wall to a masked man in a Brook
lyn, N. Y., cemetery upon the prom
ise of an early and safe return of
the child.
WASHINGTON, April 26. The
department of Justice said today re
ports that large quantities of Und
berg money had been found In Ne'
England were "without any founda
tion whatever."
Earlier, Attorney - General Cum
mlngs told reporters at his preas con
ference that thcro wns no concen
tration of federal agents in Vermont.
LEGI
AERIAL ROUNDUP
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP) Planes
from all sections of the United States,
carrying American Legion member
ship dues and cards, will converge oil
the veterans' national headquarters
here May 1 in the finale of the or
ganization's second annual aerial
round-up.
Four major routes from the most
distant points of the country will be
flown by commercial planes, picking
up cards en route, according to H. L.
Plummer, assistant national adjutant
In charge of membership of the or
ganization. Other cards will be brought In by
national guard and privately owned
planes making separate trips spon
sored by state departments, Plummer
said.
The major routes Include a plane
leaving Portland, Ore., through Boise,
Shows
1:45
7:00-0:00
i
LAST TIMES TONIOIIT
R0BT. YOUNG JEAN PARKER
in "LAZY RIVER"
Tomorrow
W MYSTERY of
If your pulse doesn't
quicken at a mystery you
can't solve If you don't
like an evrlling romance
with Montgomery a
dashing crook who steals
Jewels and ladles' hearts
pass this up! Itut you
won't, herause It's the
Ihrtll-romancn of them nllt
i
ri
. (IMONTGOMEHY
Idaho; Salt Lake City, Utah; Chey
enne, wyo.; Omaha, Neb., and Des
Moines, Iowa, to Indianapolis.
After Rn aerial circus at the central
airport, officers of the Legion will
entertnin lenders In aviation circles
at a banquet.
Arrival of the planes has been timed
to precede the meeting of the na
tional executive committee of the
Legion here May 3 and 4.
STRIKING MINERS ARE
SCATTERED IN TEARS
ELLENSBURG, Wash., April 26. t'p)
Refusing to obey orders of the state
highway patrol, several hundred men,
women and children plcketers in the
Roslyn-Cle Elum coal fields were
scattered over the hills like a horde
of jackrabblts today by tear gas
bombs.
WAKE UP YOUR
LIVER BILE
WITHOUT CALOMEL
And You'll Jump Out of Bed in
the Morning Rarin' to Go
If you feel sour and mmk and tfao world
looks punk, don't wallow lot of ulta,
mineral watpr, oil, laxative candy or chewing
gum and expect them to m&ka you suddenly
sweet and buoyant and full of sunshine.
For thoy can't do ft. They only move tb
IkiwcIb end a mere movement doesn't get at
the caux-e. The reason (or your down-and-out
feeling la your liver. It should Dour out two
pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels daily.
If this bile Is not flowing freely, your food
doesn't digest. It just decays in the bowels.
Gaa bloats up your stomach. Yoa haw a
thick, had tante and your breath is fonL
akin often breaks out in blemlahes. Yonr head
aches and you fed down and out. Your whole
system is poisoned.
It takes those good, old CARTER'S
LITTLE LTVKR PILLS to get these two
Sunda of bile flowing freely and make you
1 "up and up," They contain wonderful,
harmteta, genUo vegetable extracts, amazing
when it cornea to making the bile flow freely.
But don't ank for liver puis. Ask for Carter's
little Liver Pills. Look for the name Carter's
Little Liver Pills on the red label. Resent
lubstitute. 25c st all stores. Q 1931 C. M. Co-
3 Hour Sermon
Next Sunday Night
Venden Bros. Big
Tabernacle
7 to 10 p. m.
Stereopticon Pictures
Mats . . . 25o
Eves . . . 35o
KlrtdlM . . 100
- ay
and Saturday
ELIZABETH
ALLEN
LEWIS STONE
RALPH FORBES
Starting Sunday!
Two loves brought a Riptide
Into her life ... her hushanii
and her loverl
ROBERT
"WHEN A WOMAN LOVES
with
llerhert Marshall
Mrs. Patrick