Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, May 02, 1934, Page 10, Image 10

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MEDFORD M2lIL TRIBU3TE, fEDFORD, OREGON, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 193.
PLACED-ON SALE
BY THE GLEEMEN
Ticket (or the Joint concert to be
presented here May 14 by the Med
ford Gleemen and two visiting artists
Frances Mullen, pianist, and Dorothy
Wagner, Interpretive dancer, were
placed on SAle In Medford today.
They, are available at the following
places: The Toggery, the Medford
Chamber of Commerce, Prultt's Mel
ody Shop, Palmer's Music House, at
tlie Baldwin Piano Shop.
The program to be sung in thle
spring concert by the Oleemen la
composed of all new numbers and
acme Interesting Innovations, Includ
ing a special arrangement of "Wagon
Wheels" by Sebastian Apollo. Re
hearsal was held last night and
James Stevens, director, wse enthusi
astic today regarding the fine work
done- by the members of the chorus.
Something out of the ordinary Is
tlie universal comment of the press
regarding the "unique program of
music and dance" to be presented by
the two visiting artists, who will be
given half the concert period.
One erltlo writes of the two:
"Mlse Mullen's program at once
stimulates Interest In addition to
numbers by Bach, Chopin, Mozart
and Debussy, It comprises seldom
heard numbers of Scrlabln, Ravel
nd Bartok: "Six Little Piano Pieces"
of Bchoenberg, of which her playing
Ibas already aroused a considerable
controversy, a "Hornpipe" of Lord
Bernera and a "Portuguese Peasant
Dance" by Pont dey Anta.
"Dorothy Wagner, brilliant expo
nent of interpretive dancing, will Il
lustrate in motion the Scrlabln Pre
ludes, two waltzes of Ravel, three
preludes of Gershwin, the Peasant
Dance of Pont dey Anta andeother
compositions. Discriminating muslo
, lover, are most enthusiastic over the
programs presented by this artistic
combination of diverse talent."
The following notice waa sent out
today by R. o. Burgess, secretary of
the Jackson County Food and Gro
cery Distributors, the NRA code au
thority, to grocery, meat markets and
vegetable merchants:
"Tour NRA assessments are due
and payable at the . latest by May
10. The committee here has done
everything possible to Impress upon
the merchants that this la a govern
ment assessment ant thrn ! nn
possible chanco for anyone to escape
paying tne assessment, no matter
who and where they are. Non-payment
aubjecta the party to with
drawal of all code benefits, the loss
of the Blue Eagle and legal prose
cution by the national code author
ity. "W would like to Impress also
that the code eagles coming out now
for each Industry are the property
of the United States government
t all times and subject to with
drawal on demand. You may pay or
receive your blanks from Geo. R.
Watters at the Safeway store, North
Central avenue, or R, o. Burgess, 837
North Central, both In Medford, Ore.
If these assessments are not paid by
May 10 we as a committee are forced
to turn In the list of those refusing
to pay, for government action."
Meteorological Report
May Z. 1034
Medford and vicinity: Increasing
cloudiness with rain tonight and
Thursday. Slightly warmer tonight,
Oregon: Increasing cloudiness; rain
north and west portion tonight and
Thursday. Snow over mountains.
Slightly warmer south and east to
night.
Temperature a year ago today:
Highest 64; lowest 36.
Total monthly precipitation .01 In.
Deficiency for the month .03 Inches.
Total precipitation since Sept. 1.
1033, 8.10 Inches. Deficiency for the
season 6.39 Inches.
Relative humidity at 6 p. m. yes
terday 4fi degrees; A a. m. today 93
percent.
Tomorrow:
Sunrise 6:04 a. m. Sunset 7:13 p. m,
Observations Taken at S A. M.,
120th Meridian Time
2i fi II
s il si
f ff fi
Boston 74 60 P. Cdy.
Cheyenne 34 46 T Cloudy
Chicago ........ 76 66 Clear
Eureka 60 46 Cloudy
Helena 66 43 .08 Rain
Los Angelea 70 64 Clear
Medford 63 30 Cloudy
New Orleans........ 76 63 Clear
New York 63 60 Cloudy
Omaha 80 '60 P. Cdy.
Phoenix .. .. 86 64 T Clear
Portland 64 60 Cloudy
Reno . ......... 63 34 Clear
Roseburg .............. 66 44 Cloudy
Salt Lake 88 40 .01 Clear
San Francisco...... 63 63 Clear
Seattle . 64 63 T Cloudy
Spokane .......... 64 44 Cloudy
Walla Walla 66 48 .01 Clear
Washington. D.C. 73 48 P. Cdy.
Evangelist Tells
RAAPPROVES
EAST MAIN JOB
Approval of a third local project,
requested through the State Emer
gency Relict administration, was re
ported here today, and work on the
elimination of the sharp curve In
Bast Main street la expected to start
tn the near future.
Date for opening of work on thla
much sought Improvement had not
been set thla afternoon. It waa re
ported at the placement and person
nel bureau by the manager, Kenneth
B. Wall.
Work has been underway for the
past week on the Rosy Ann and Bear
creek projects, tho first two approved
under the sera.
Methodists To Be
Worthy of Church
Lost evening at the Plrst Method
ist church, Rev. Walter Duff, Jr., of
the Irish Trio, In a very clever man
ner showed up those Methodists who,
never having been real fair to the
tenets and practices of their own
ohuroh, would become enthusiastic
devotees of some other.
He suggested that If they would
attend Sunday school regularly, as
well as the evening - services and
prayer meetings, and study their
Bibles dally and then go out and live
their religion among men they would
be worthwhile Christians.
Hla sermon laat night was a very
vivid and dramatic Interpretation of
the healing of the leper Naaman,
rich with illustrations and full of
lntereat throughout.
Rev. tiuuft does not preach over
the heads of the congregation, and
yet;' while hla aermons are marked
for their plain and easy construc
tion, they are atrong and convincing
in argument and abounding In gospel
truth.
The meetings are Increasing In In
terest from night to night as the
general public learns of the unique
and attractive manner In which these
Irish evangelists present their message.
SIX RUNS REPORTED
Six runs, resulting tn a loea of 16,
were made by the Medford fire de
partment during the month of April,
according to a report made thla af
ternoon by Fire Chief Roy Elliott.
Of this number two were residences,
two flue fires, one false alarm and
one out-of-town call.
April, 1039, there were nine runa
made by tho department with a loss
of 8833.
mm
IS. FEHL'S NAME
TO BE ON BALLOT
IS OFFICIAL WORD
For the past week ft persistent
rumor has been circulated in rural
districts that the name , of Electa A.
Fehl, candidate for county Judge, and
wife of the Imprisoned former county
official does not appear on the pri
mary ballot. Rumors to the contrary
notwithstanding, the name of Electa
A. Fehl does appear on the ballot,
according to the county clerk's office
and the printer printing the ballots,
with the slogan, "Honor Demands
Justice."
Who started the rumor, or what Its
"political significance" may be Is un
known, but it has enjoyed a wide
circulation.
Mrs. Fehl was the first of the three
Republican candidates to file, the
others being County Judge Earl B.
Day, and Henry W. Conger of Jack
sonville. Conger received the endorse
ment of the revived self-styled "Good
Govern me nt Congress" at lta first
meeting. Mrs, Fehl early last month
distributed circulars alleging her hus
band was the victim of a plot. Since
then her campaign has been dormant
and her candidacy has created no
great furore.
The political pot in Jackson county
so far has shown no- signs of boiling.
Chief Interest centers In the sales
tax, and a Republican choice for gov
ernor. Sentiment In O. O. P. circles
Is showing a desire to concentrate on
a candidate who can beat Rufus Hol
man. Lonergan or Dunne have the
lead with General MacAlexander next.
Hoi man's chief strength here Is among
the grangers opposing the sales tax.
Grangers favoring the sales tax, and
opposed to state grange domination
by Portland politicians, are leaning
towards 8am H. Brown.
Holman was here a week ago look
ing after his political fences, and try
ing to confirm the fanciful informa
tion that the "Good Government Con.
gress" could deliver 6000 votes to
him. Holman two weeks ago denied
the report he would pardon L. A.
ELECT
I I
JOE E.
DUNNE
GOVERNOR
Republican Frlmnrles Mas' 18
"Father of the $5,00
Automobile License"
Promises similar legislation reduc
ing price of gasoline.
Has sponsored and supported much
legislation favorablo to labor, the un
employed, farmers, dairymen, rater
ana, etc, during his eight years as
State Senator,
Aa Governor Joe Dunne will be
able to battle these problems more
effectively.
"A Governor for ALL
the People"
":' " :( I WAS ALWAYS HAVING
""T S FRAZZLED NERVES. A
V FRIEND SAID, ''TRY CAMELS."
I 5W F so 1 DID N0W ' ENJOY
V mSr SMOKING MORE, AND
X rjr MY NERVES ARE O.KI
Banks, former local agitator serving
a life term, If elected, and, la sched
uled to Issue a more emphatic "No"
on the subject. Lonergan haa some
strength, but defending Banks and
likening him to "Christ" in his ad
dress to the Jury, is still remembered
by scores of Jackson county voters.
It Is the comparison, not the activity
aa a lawyer, that Irks the citizenry.
Apathy still rules In races for
county offices, though the candidates
themselves have been scurrying
around shsking hands. D. M. Lowe
says he has been generally over the
county, and finds practically no com
ment on county candidates, with the
sheriff race showing what little In
terest Is shown.
A new state park In Texas will com
prise 800 acres of vine-covered swsmp
lands, floating Islands and mud gey
sera In Gonzales county.
REHEARSALS START
Participants in the operetta, 'The
Mysterious Master," to be presented
at St. Mary's academy, are busy this
week, making the smocks, hats,
dresses and other costume accessories
to be worn In the production. The
chorus Is divided into two parts, one
composed of maids and the other of
gardeners.
Morning periods at the academy
have been shortened to provide more
time for rehearsals. The second act
of the operetta has been mastered by
the students and the whole produc
tion will be ready for rehearsals the
last of the week.
ELKS TO ELECT AND
' FEAST ON THURSDAY
Election of officers will be held by
the Elks lodge tomorrow night, at
what promises to be one of the most
Interesting gatherings of the year.
Hot dog sandwiches and beer will
be served and a large attendance Is
urged to transact the Important
business.
THREE-CENT' PIECE
COINING ADVOCATED
WASHINQTOn, May 3. (AP)
Congress willing, you may be able to
Jingle 3-cent pieces In your pocket
before long.
A bill for the coining of such a
piece haa been Introduced by Sena
tor Vandenberg (R-, Mich.) as a
"necessary Intermediate between the
penny and the nickel."
7
GO ON SALE THURSDAY
WASHINGTON, May 8. (AP)
Sale of the new Mother's Day stamps
started today at the Washington city
postofflce when Poetmsster Oeneral
James A. Farley sold a sheet of the
stamps of this Issue to Mary Howes,
daughter of Plrst Assistant Postmas
ter General W. W. Howes.
The stamps will be put on sale
throughout the country tomorrow.
TALENT P.-T. A. WILL
Talent p.-T. A. will hold lta last
meeting of the year at the school-
house, Friday, May 4, at 3 p. m.
There will be election of office and
a complete report of the hot luncn
committee on the work done this
- nin-i .MnMnMnti for the P.-
vn. . . ...... i. . -n - -
T. A. picnic wll lbe announced also.
As tnere is so mucn u 4i"w"w
to be discussed, a large attendance la
desired,
ar.nntilir A. Texas Tech
atudent, hiked from Lubbock to Dal-
hart to win the Fannanaio coecaer
tournament.
W:-MCW r7
Here Is Great News for Thrifty Shoppers
Starting Thurs., May 3 at 9 a. m.
The Handicraft Shop, 42 S. Central Ave.
Medford. Ore. Lets Go Their Entire
Stock Without Reserve in a
STORE WIDE
Opening Hour of Sale
or While Stock Lasts
KAPOK 01c
l-lb. Packages fa I W
COME EARLY
Hurry the
Time is Short
There will only be
a few days of the
Sale. Come early
before the stock
becomes depleted
Unavoidable Circumstances Forces This Drastic Action. Read On
Opening Hour of Sale or
While Stock Lasts.
One Large Assortment of
Stamped Articles
25c
COME EARLY
Piled on Tables.
Values up-to J1.50 ench
Opening Hour of Sale
One Lot Beautiful Hand
Embroidered
Towels, Scarfs
Luncheon Sets
and many other Items, ral
ues from $3.00 up to $10.00.
V2 Price
ONE LOT
YARN
45c to 60c Value.
Good Asst. Colors.
Sale Price
13c
ONE GROUP '
HAND MADE
Yam Pictures
$8.00 to $10.00 Values
- SALE PRICE
$2.98
These Must Be Seen to Be
, Appreciated
Table Scarfs
Stamped and Hemstitched
Tan Crash
29c Value
SALE PRICE
19c
ONE LOT
Handkerchief)
Linen
$1.00 Values
Bin Ranee of Colors.
SALE PRICE
49c
One Biff Assortment of
Stamped
Articles
Piled on Tables
SALE PRICE
.5c
Zephyr Germantown
YARNS
All the Wanted Colon.
40c Value
SALE PRICE
36c
42-Inch
Stamped and Hemstitched
Pillow Cases
Very Finest Quality.
$100 Value.
SALE PRICE
69c
Baby Sacques
Stamped on Pique or
Flannel
08o Value.
SALE PRICE
59c
Baby Dresses
Hand Embroidered
Beautiful Number.
$1.98 Values.
SALE PRICE
$1.29
Vanta Baby
Vests & Bands
Values up to SI. 35
SALE PRICE
35c
or 3 for $1.00
Vanta Baby
Anklets
35o Value.
SALE PRICE
14c
ONE BIO LOT
Lace Edgings
Piled In Bins.
Values up to 5c yard
SALE PRICE
2c
45 INCH
Dresser Scarfs
Pure Linen
Values up to 65c
SALE PRICE
46c
Stamped and Henutltched
Baby Crib
Sheets
Sl.tS Value.
SALE PRICE
49c
Muslin Slips
Size to I Teari
Lace Trimmrd
?8c Value.
SALE PRICE
39c
CHILDREN'S
Straw Hats
Beautiful Little Hats
78o Value.
SALE PRICE
23c
CHILDREN'S
Dresses
1 to S Tears
$1.95 value 98c
$3.25 val. $1.69
- ONE LOT
D. M. C. .
Emb. Thread
Six Strand. So Value.
SALE PRICE
2 for 5c
Emb. Thread
Six Strand, t tor Sr.
Value Sale
lc Skein
ALL WOOL
Baby Blankets
Finest Qualltr
S5.50 to Sfl.l.t Value.
SALE PRICE
$3.19
Baby Bootees
Hand Made
SI .00 Value.
SALE PRICE
59c
V N
Davenport Pillows
Hand Embroidered
K.00 to M.oo Values.
SALE PHICE
$2.29
MEN'S
Linen
H'dkerchief:
Squsrr. rinest Quality.
39c value ,. .29c
50c value . .39c
HANDICRAFT SHOP
42 S. Control Ave.
Medford. Ore.-