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PAGE TWO GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER sum m Published Dally Except Sunday E. VOORHIES, Pub. and Propr. Bntered at postofftce, Or., m second claa QranU Pw. i mall matter. ADVERTISING RATES jd1t apace, per inch -5C Local-personal column, seders, per line per Une..l0c fic DAILY COURIER By mall or carrier, per year..$.00 By mail or earner, i- WEEKLY COURIER By mall, per year .13.00 ujrxiniTH OB" ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press U exelustrely entitled to the use ror repnonu .m w rilanatehea credited to It -11 .ivwiatt rrAftltjwl In this oaoer and aleo the local news pub- AH rights of republication of spe--i.i HianatrhM herein are alao reserved. - - - ' MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919. . OREGON WEATHER f Fair; light to iieavy troet In f morning, except near coast. Gentle, northwesterly winds. LATE SEED Burbank Potatoes $2.50 per hundred "KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY Quality First , A RACE FOR BATTLESHIPS? Joe Daniels, secretary of the navy, ays a large naval International po lice force will be necessary under the league of nations plan to maintain ( peace. "The desire of conquest may till linger in the hearts of some nations," says the secretary, "and ' fhv mimt lbs shown that it will be unprofitable to attempt to accom plish those desires." So a big navy and bristling arma ment Is to be the program of the peace league, is It? And Is the dove of peace to 'be an angle with a bomb in one talon while the other grasps a container of poison gas? It's to . be a new kind or peace, according to Daniels, and perhaps you do not see the point neither do we. The nations signing the league pact al ready have practically all the navy there Is in the world, yet some are Insisting that there be a bigger one, possibly to retain 'the , "balance of power," as hinted at some months ago by Mr. Clemenoeau. That wily old Frenchman Is getting what he .wanted after all, except the order Is to be delivered under another name. Perhaps Daniels and Wilson are right in planning a big navy, but let ns give any nation with "the da rtre of conquest to its heart" credit . for bavin g enough brains to not ' fight the league ' alone. If a break it made It will be by two or more of the powerful nations what they aright safely consider at least an equal division of power. . , - Let's have the league, but why should the nations composing the toagria be burdened with a big navy? After all, Is It to be a race for the "balance of power?" If the nations of the league begin building a large navy ft Is reasonable to suppose that the other nations will undoubtedly try to lceep up -with the procession, with the mall order houses, must In some degree make similar efforts to get the butsness. The suggestive, newsy, style used by the large de partment houses and the catalogue firms paint such a picture as Influ ence the buyer and a similar style, with plenty of illustrations can be effectively used by the local mer chant Is always open in support of every local community movement, charities, etc., and he is entitled to his home trade and a preference at all times.'' EAST MEETS WEST IN BARNES' CIRCUS East Is East and West Is West. But the two at least have met. Since the days of P. T. Barnum it has been the privilege ol snowmen to upset the natural order of events and defy the laws of nature In order that many may be amused. Pink ele phants, double jointed monkeys and unmentionable monstrosities as well the original and genuine of na ture's freaks have been presented to the world through the media of the white tops. In more recent years showmen have striven to give the beautiful and instructive features to the pub lic and like an Aladdin's lantern the big tops have become a veritable paradise of enchantment. The AI G. Barnes big four-ringed animal circus is coming to Grants Pass May 15 for a one-day exhibit, giving afternoon and night perform ances, and as its opening reaiure this season presents a fairyland fan- MR, WKTEUS STORY (Continued from pags 1) tasy, namely, "Alice in Jungleland." whh'h promises to outrival In real' Hy anything Lewis Carrol's charac ter, "Alice," saw in her dreamland jaunt through Wonderland. Alice is a delightful child who falls asleep upon a rustic seat in a park, fairies appear and by magic bring to her a king In all his royal splendor, who, wishing to please Alice and show his many possessions orders the royal jungle to appear. Instantly a magnificent pageant com prising the show's entire eggrega tlon of animals and people richly and sumptuously adorned come forth: a riot of color, a jingle of music. Rajahs, queens, kings, knights and their royal cortege In fitting equipment, jungle natives. magnificent horses, all handsomely caparisoned in tact, a festive feast of fairyland wonder. "AoAM LitlU Cnrt ClaJ, Does' Ta$t Bud." FOLEY'S HONEYI2TAR A MOTHER wants to be sure and certain that the medicine she gives her child Is safe. Bhe wants no opiates or habit forming drugs. She wants a medicine thai she knows other mothers have used with satisfaction and success. Mother Command Foley Such a family cough and cold remedy Is Foley's Honey and Tat Compound. It meets cuuarcly and satUfao tjrlly every demand a mmlier can mane at 10 purity and wholesome. ui; . It is cleanly mads cf the very bott Ingre dient which ne wouia use herself If she could always pot them lu a fresh aud pure condition. When she IniUu on Foley's llouy and Tar tbo gets at a moderate price (lets man sns would pay If the bought the Ingredient! at retail and mixed them herself) a -anndard med cine that bat Deen useo. successfully In thounands of homes for many years a medlclns that ex perience proves It the bctt she can buy. Safest For Children u..tl,.M liav nrl it know Foln't Is rxfoaud no harm will come v.n it 0-pTr. v.on'l liiiure til. o ilolioto tomach. II i. umptly ctipcw ai.uniii, couw mi cnui. htnltl Iw k.i in Hi. fiumlr nnlloln. chil j unr 'rumia 4wjr raauj wuou wun, SOLD EVERYWHERE WLMU SYDNAM MURDER TRIAL NEW TOl'AT POUND TWO S. P. baggage checks. Owner can secure by calling at the Courier office. 60 STIRS CURRY COUNTY 74 ACRES, Applegate bottom land. there is no better tor alfalfa In the Rogue river valley, $2,000 worth of timber. Price for one week, $1,500. The best furnished house for the money, fine cement basement, 4 big lots, must be seen to appreci ate, $1,300. Good homesteads. If you want a home on the e?sy payment plan, or a good farm on practically your own term?. See McKlnatrv. 603 O street. 60 Printing that pleases We do it! Nearly new Ford 1915 Ford, electric starter 1917 Regal $525 400 525 C. L. HOBART CO. ment recognized at the beginning of the war that a great economic waste existed In the fact that rolled oats were shipped from Iowa to Oregon one or me great grain sta:e of the union, ana along with other Items made necessary the slogan the food administration to "Save Cars Buy ixjcai Foods "More and more the people of the staie are coming to rencum! w f Oregon is to take Its place as a manufacturing state more of the Jiome market should go to the Ore eon manufacturer. If this support Is given It means that It wfll en able to more quickly reacn out to distant communities for .business and bring new wealth into the state . Wherever large groups are employed tfl fsni nln 1 a. w'viim n means tnat more of xne products of the farm, dalrv. rfhrt orchard must be raised to supply the iv.vrjr -worner, tnus the producer merchant, in fact every line, is aid ed in the distribution of . money." In referring to local Mr. Clark said: " . ine Josal merchant If he expeots to keep himself In step with com petitors of large buying centers or The Dayton Airless Tire Equip your car with Dayton Airless and you will never have any tire trouble. Wade in 30x3 and 30x3 sizes only. It is neither solid or pneumatic, requires no pumping, cannot puncture or blow out. Is easy riding, and will outw ear any tire on the market. Get into the (Air-free Care-free class and 'have a constant source of pleasure and satisfaction. Sold by . A. ADAMS 506 South Sixtk Street Adjoining Oxford Hotel Marsbfield, May 5. War, and the horrors of the battlefields of Prance, are to te tne aeiense oj ueurgu Chenoweth, of Curry county, charged with second degree murder for shoot ing and killing George Sydnam, a Langlois 'boy of 18 years, who is al leged to have seduced Chenowelli's daughter during the service of the father in the Canadian anny overseas. In the motion asking for the post-! pouement of the case, filed with Judge Coke last week In Curry coun ty circuit court session, It Is Inill oated that temporary Insanity and not the unwritten 'law Will be the grounds on wbloh Chenoweth's free dom from a life sentence In the peni tentiary will be sought. Forty days of almost continuous service on the firing line, during part of which time Chenoweth was unconscious as the result of the In tensity of the battle, and a long period of Illness in hoepitals In Eng land will be brought Into the case. Evidence of two nurses formerly at Tooting hospital, London, and a Scotchman who was in the bed next blm, will be secured from "England. Evidence of members of the state legislature as to Chenoweth's gloom and queer action will be brought Into the case also. Oscar Horn, of 'Mult nomah county; Xcwis R. Bean, of Lane county, and T. J. Thrift and I. S. Smith are named. Chenoweth's wife and daughter Neva, alleged to have been wronged, and the child of the latter were in attendance at the court session In Gold 'Beach. Chenoweth Is said to be very thin. NOTICE All donors to the band fund and others who desire to donate, and all members of the Chamber of Com merce, are requested to meet at the Chamber of Commerce rooms at p. m. 'Monday for the purpo'4 of or ganizing a band. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COM. pay roll conditions IMUDDY ?MPLEXI0N SOVIET lES'HBED MM! (Continued from page II YOUR COMPLEXION is muddy. You look hag gard and yellow. Your eyes are losing their lustre. The trouble is with your liver. Take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will correct that. Then avoid meats, hot bread and hot cakes, take frequent baths and a Ion? walk every day, and j:.: will sodft bo as well and as beautiful as ever. Price 25 cents per bottle. Berlin, May 5. Government troops have captured the whole of Munich with the exception of the IGanhen quarter, where the com munists have made frequent at tempts to negotiate. 'Premier Hoff man has reiterated his demands for their unconditional surrender. The communists made a bitter de fense, but it proved Ineffective. SOUTHERN PACIFIC WILL RESTORE SHASTA LIMITED si San Francisco, May 6. The Shas ta limited, Southern Paclflo de lux train on the run between Seattle and San IFranclsco will be restored, Max Thelan, director of public ser vice for the railroad administration, assured San Francisco business men at a meeting here. 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Josephine County Bank I BUY ANDsSELL la order to secure more room, I have moved my stock of second-hand goods to tbs brick store room, No. 114 South Sixth St. MAXYTHLL, LATH '17, FOR BALH AT 90M Automobiles and Accessories Baggies Wageas Vmrm lanple meats Big stork always ea band R. Timmons ECONOMY la every wardrobe there is a soiled garment too good to throw . away and not nice enough to wear. Our bun! news Is, at alight cost, to make Just each garment wearable again, and we do it. We Call For and Deliver PHONH 147 The Wardrobe Cleaners 31S XORTH SIXTH STREET Amos F. Williams, Proprietor