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GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER MONDAY. MAY II. 1010. A Mind at Rest- It's a priceless possession. It leaves you free to center your mind on the big problems of life. You cam have that rest of mind when you HANK WITIl I S You know, absolutely, that ymir Bavtngs are SAFE. And you know that they are EMPLOYED, too, as we pay 4 per cent on all time deposits. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON. FEDERAL BESEBVB BaSYSTEMH . PERSONAL AND. LOCAL White Lawn Petticoats Lace and Km broidery Trimmed Bilk PeticoaU all colors MRS. E. REHKOPF The truth about . Married life in New. York So ciety Circles. ANITA STEWART as Mrs. Amy Forrester, society dil ettante, and the oply one of her set to whom pleasure Is young. Loving a husband who IrinltTM hap ah a fnllmra n- 1 clety's fashion and seeks the rjcompany of other men while r W toils, a continent away, for !," fortune to lavish on her. Pji Maybe you know some dear little wile whose husband Ijends everything but his time on her? r" Tell her to see "Virtuous N-WiveV here next week. It will .elp Juer. Hi 5r E W 2$ M 'm Aypt$?fc; 2 B Vi ta ;t,B. '.Utti'AuWUujMUa IT era hid. 3I 5E Jan till h TyiK an luloani ,ni In vault nimiiiiio-j iwwoq u II .'A ti It -is end ailiJun eilJ liiidw noiJinolj inoboiu nsuolit.-illiift .fwniuJoi hi -D'i oj xJi'iuB i.!ipil' hnu liil .uolliiialji8io-j ItJiionliiioij xlno -HM0 XHlO'!9S:UB n1 Y0:l'IIO3 19 noiifjjiimjoKfiiD uriii inouaili ,ho -hio'j tdU Jo ifl'iiif)ixfi ail) nusil n; blfl bo(Halol'lifir.'yiti i'il7ia li -IB oe oj BiaJiuWTo i iii Iioiioiii Floyd H. Wilkins of the Automo bile Record of Portland, spent Sun day in Grants Pass, continuing on south this afternoon. He , came through the Cow Creek canyon Sun day night after 5 o'clock ' without difficulty. He states that a story In the Oregon ian Sunday gives a wrong" impression of conditions In the can yon. He experienced no difficulty and made 12 miles through tne road work in an hour and thirty minutes. Mr. Wilkins called, to mind a num ber of the new automobile laws which are not generally understood, one of them being the spot-light clause, which provides that on meet ing vehicle the lights must be dim med. Any vehicle not equipped with dimming device must maintain a spot light, which, after head lights are turned out, must be thrown downward to the right. There is also a provision allowing the collection of damages for an owner when the car is not equipped with spot light or dimming device should an acci dent be caused to an approaching car. The speed limit is raised to 30 miles an hour except in towns or I cities, which shall be 20 miles unless I other speed limit is announced by bulletin 'boards. The vehicle law went into effect on March 4, 1919. Last year the Oregon registration of automobiles totaled 63,307. To April 12 this ear the registration was 62,092, and It Is estimated that the total for the year will reach from 75,000 to 80,000. Josephine i county's total to date is around 550. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wardrtp wore Glcndalo visitors Sunday. ."Mum." Sabln. has it. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. MoFarland and Mrs. M. T. I'tley, of Glendale, spent Sunday in the city with friends. See -Tolley for House -wiring. 60 Miss Mu reel Kelley arrived this I tmirnlm; from Portland to visit her I Mrs. John Dubtils and two ih II dren spent Sunday with friends at Talent. Mrs. Alice Myers and family made a trip to Anchor, near the head of Cow Creek Sunday. Mrs. T. H. O'Neill returned home Saturday from Portland where she spent the past four weeks on account of the Illness of relatives. Mrs. A. W. Moon and little daughter arrived last night from Bray. Cal., to spend a few days with relatives. Meals at the Palace .40c. Family style 'try them. Mrs. M. A. Wood and son, Geo. A. Hyde, props. 64 J. H. Deni9on went to Medford today to unload a car of Ruick Sixes for his Medford salesrooms. Ralph Merclef left this morning for Happy Cump, where he will spend the summer with his father at the mine. Mrs. C. E. Harmon returned this morning from Medford accompanied by her daughter. Miss 1aIb, who has been ill for several weeks. Mrs, Geo. Seebach returned from Portland yesterday, accompanied by her neice. Miss June Miller, who will visit at Rio Undo for a short time. ' Miss Freida McColm, who spent Sunday with her parents at Wilder ville, returned last evening to Wolf Creek, where she has charge of the public schools. "Ain't It quiet?" That's when you're silting there with your heart In your mouth I "Circumstantial Evidence," May 6-7. Come, 'but leave everything you value at home. This does not Include your friend or family. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Dlsbrow and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stlne baugh and daughter spent Sunday on upper Cow creek. They report poor fishing, but state that many anglers were out after the speckled beauties. Orlando Hiller has returned from Camp Lewis, having received his dis charge. Owing to the fact that he was very ill Hiller missed the oppor tunity of going to France and was at Camp Lewis during his entire per iod of sen-ice. Ike Davis, Oliver Doollttle, Mark Woodey and Arthur Woodey, who have !been shearing sheep in Califor nia returned home last night from Sacramento. They left again this morning for Rogue River, where they have a band of 10,000 sheep to shear. 6C Gircuimstantia! -videsice 9 Dean Now Auto SalcNmun Fritz Dean, of this city, formerly first lieutenant in the motor trans port corps, with headquarters at l Vancouver, Wash., has 'joined the sales force of the Hanley Auto com pany, Portland, as salesman for Used cars. Lieutenant Dean Is a rfiduate of the University of Ore gon. He was mustered out, after 20 m'(Mhs in the service, only a few (II V weelrtrago. mill b) . till fit kill (orgeerren in New York i-i-rJrtjift.nd Mrs. Ferren have Just Mjecejdword that their son, Geo. rfiHof gren, has landed safely In Mlif )sffrh A?v'n arrlved from over (Sag ,oni.J.lj,e jransport Aqultania. Deputy Hopkins Here Deputy Sheriff Hopkins, of Canyon vllle, accompanied by Officer A. B. Dye, of Roseburg, was In the city Saturday evening. Hopkins Is the man recently appointed by Governor Oicott to run down bootleggers and It Is reported that he took Into cus tody a 'badly Intoxicated man at the Murphy dance Saturday night. Washington, May t Pacific Coast States: Generally fair exce.pt rain probable latter 'half of week in the north Pacific states; temperature normal In California and below nor mal first half of the week In Wash ington and Oregon. ruuu ,1 ,ilA . """ ll" IJ (.''"" .') I III. 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CLEMENS .Grants Pass Opera House May 6 and 7 Presented by the Senior Class LAURA THOMAS GUNNELL, Director 40 People m Cast 40 Curtain 8:15 Sharp Admission 50c SUSPECT TO BE HELD FOR FEDERAL TRIAL The man arrested here by local officers Saturday noon, accuseu oi hiving nitroglycerine, dynamite caps, fuse and a gun In his posses sion, is still in the county Jail. He gives his name as Thompson, says he formerly lived In Texas, but Is lately from California. Today sev eral photographs were taken of him at the courthouse. At first he re fused, hid his face and twisted about, but when the officers threat- end to hold or tie hfm fast he con-t sented. Near where Thompson alighted from the freight train Saturday a I brakeman found a small bottle of ' liquid, supposed to foe some sort of explosive, and an T. W. ' W. card, 1 which Is thought to belong to Thomp- j son, although there Is no proof of j this as 15 or 20 hoboes got off the same train. The name on the I. W.I W. card Is J. J. Loftus, showing that ! such a person joined that olganlza-1 tlon at Stockton, Cal. The liquid found in one bottle Saturday proved to be genuine nitro glycerine. Deputy Sheriff Lister placed a speck of the liquid on the stone step at the courthouse and when struck with a hammer there was a sharp explosion. Three of the men found traveling with Thompson are iBeing held foere and will probably 1e taken to Port land by U. 8. officials when Thomp: son is taken to that city tomorrow. They are the ones who testified against Thompson and the officers believe them to be honest workmen. Deputy U. 8. Marshal Bryan of Port land has been In the city today In vestigating Thompson's case. 9- OK says the little fat tailor Ho wear .Mii(liso-mcmire rlolliiK Geo. S. Calhoun HM n Street Kxclunive local dealer u..nc(u CAMPING SEASON IS HERE See our line of CAMP FURNITURE. We are sure you will find the FURNITURE that will make CAMPING a pleasure. v , Folding COTS, CHAIRS, TABLES ancLSTOOLS Be sure and have one of our HAMMOCKS to take with you Holman's Furniture Store Senior Play "Circumstantial Evidence." Opera House May 6-7. 60 Modern Woodmen Solid- It has been reported in tills city that the Modern Woodmen organiza tion is unable to pay its obligations, but this report Is unfounded as Ralph avis today Tecelved war rant for $2,000, payment o Insur ance on the life of EMw. Parker, filled in France, and also notice Of allowance of claim of 11,000 on the death of .A. C. Holcomb. Joy Theater TONIGHT 1. "Under The Greenwood Tree" 2. A Burton-Holmes Travalogue . "Dad's Knockout'' with smiling Bill Parsons Three good reasons why you should bo at the Joy theater TONIGHT TUK8UAY HL8TIN KARJit'M 1 In "THK VIIWilN'IAN" 1 Story by Owen Wlstcr WEDNESDAY THCKSDAY CHAS. RAY la "OTIUNQ BEANS"