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GRANTS PASS DAILT COIRIER
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RHR PASS DM COURIER
Published Dally Except Sunday j
A. B. VOORHIS3, Pub. and Propr. j
BUtnl at postoffle. Grants Pass.'
Ore., as second class mall amir.
ADVERTISING RATES 1
Display apace, pr inch lSc :
Local-personal column, per llna.lOC;
loaders, par line 8e.
DAILT COURIER
By mall or carrier, per yearM.OO
y mail or carrier, per sronth 80 ,
" WEEKLY COURIER j
By mall, per yaar 11-00 ,
MX1IBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS;
The Associated Preaa la exelosrvetr !
titled to the sse for repubtioaUoa ;
ot ail nsws dispatches credited to tt
or all otnerwise creaiieo. la ua
paper and also tho local now pub
lished herein.
Ail rights ot republication of spe
cUl dispatchea heroin are alee
reserved.
We Are Looking
for you each day
Buy Apricots
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
Quality First
TUESDAY, JVXE 17. 119.
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OREGON WEATHER
.
Fair, warmer Wednesday;
light froet extreme northeast
portion; gentle northerly winds.
the world." but not as a gay town.
Its night lire was forced. In iu
heavy drinking and its flaunting
vice there was gloom. Travelers
seeking beauty, went to Paris
or. Budapest or Florence. Or seek
ing the sense ot power, they went
to London or Rome.
Some of those other capitals now
are rather marred and changed by
the war's ravages, to be sure. But
for all that, tt doeent seem likely
that tourists will prefer the unscar
red charms of Unter den Linden and
Sieges Allee and tho vast stretches
of Berlin slums to the London!
. AN AIKPLAXK ROVTE
The visit Sunday ot the four arm?
airplanes to this city not only gave
the people a' thrill, but opened their
area to a new line of communication
a way for rapid mail service as j street" marked by Zeppelin bombs the fine for him.
dissenting. One June 2, last, the
Colorado supreme court denied
Judge Lindsay a rehearing.
Judge Lindsey announced that in
refusing to pay the fine he Is not
acting upon a personal point ot view
but considers that as the Denver
Juvenile court is one of the oldest In
the United States, all other courts
look to It to uphold its rights. And
one ot these is that a relation of
circumstances given in confidence to
a juvenile court Judge Is not to be
used in any other proceedings.
The Judge has received letters
from many of the Judges throughout
the United States urging him to
maintain his stand. Various chil
dren's agencies have offered to pay
court decided, I still believe andl
will always believe that what Neal
Wright told me was told me In
strict confidence and that 1 wrould j
have lieen unworthy to hold the po-
si lion I now hold If I had testified,"
suid Judge Lindsey. 'The fact that;
four justices of the supreme court j
says 1 was wrong does not make it
m. I am not tgolng to pay that fine, !
because 1T I did I would admit I was
wrong."
Neal Wright, the boy Involved, en
listed In the army at the beginning'
of the war and now la serving In'
KYance. i
MKDKOKU RAXITAIUOI
Many, many .women go through
life suffering from diseases peculiar
to their sex, when It Is possible to
have relief by the proper care and
attention. It is only In institutions
equipped especially for the Intrud
ing of 'such diseases, where relief'
can be secured. At your very door!
you have the Med ford Sanitarium!
which is thus equipped. Tltf
well as passenger traffic It is com- r the French buildings shattered by ' "No matter what the
tug; the airplane s here to stay.
'While It is true that the plaues
ot today might fee said to be in the
experimental stage so far as safe
passenger traffic is concerned, there
win be wonderful improvements on
the machine within the next few
years and regular airplane routes
will be established over the nation.
, For this .purpose open and level
landing places will bave to be pro
vided tor the flyers and it is not
every city tn the mountainous sec
tions thai can furnish such a site.
Grants Pass has, according to one
Of the aviators Tho visited here
Sunday, the beet aviation field in
the state. The mountains lie far
back and there are no trees or wires
to interfere with the planes, while
the ground has Just the right slope.
There is now a movement on foot
to have the county purchase the
present landing site, which consists
of 40 acres and which. It Is under
stood, can be purchased for $4,000,
one-third its former cash value. In
ease the county purchased the tract,
there would probably be room suf
ficient, aside from the landing place
for the planes, to hold county fairs
and Hve stock exhibitions.
Another suggestion end it is
mighty good one is for the Cham
ber of Commerce to see if the tract
cannot be purchased by popular sub
scription. Four thousand dollars is
a small amount to raise for such an
important asset to the city and If
this latter course should (be decided
upon there is little doubt but what
the amount could be pledged within
a few days.
In either event, there Is good rea
son to believe that the government
eventually will be willing to take
over the tract and construct machine
quarters or an'alrdome and retain
it as a permanent landing place.
The citizens of Josephine county
should Immediately get busy and
secure the field, thus assuring
Grants !Pass a! place on the new line
of rapid transit which Is sure to be
established In the near future. R
Is a big thing for the city and coun
ty, (but qulcV action may be neces
sary to secure K.
atrocity guns.
with pictures in their minds of!
the wreckage wrought by the Huns
tn neighboring lands, what Ameri
can or Frenchman or Briton or Ital
ian or Belgian can take any pleasure
In seeing Berlin unscathed?
supreme
SAM NEAS
Horse Shooing and UeaeraJ
Itlttrluunl thing
WinhI rtiwiring on all kinds ot
Vehicles
hate one of the beat of boise
hiTH that the country af
friK 315 South 6th St.
i
The bolsherlst government in
Odessa made a rule that no man
should bare more than two shirts.
Why should a regular bolshevlst
have any, except possibly a red one
to wave on the end of a stick?
TUB CHARMS OF BERLIN
Berlin is out ibldding for tourist
patronage. The burgomaster, in a
Ipubllo announcement, lays emphasis
on the fact that the city is happily
free from the "accidents of war"
' that have marred the beauty of many
rival cities.
Possibly that will serve as an in
centive for tourists from America
aid elsewhere to hurry to Berlin, as
soon as transportation can be ob
tained. True, Berlin In Ms heydey
"was never a world favorite. It was
known as "the all-nlghtest town In
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TO PAY FINE ASSESSED
Denver, Colo., June 17. Ben B. ;
Lindsey, judge of Denver's Juvenile i
court, will go to Jail before he will
pay a fine of 1500 for contempt of
the criminal court here, he has an-'
nounced. The Colorado supreme'
court, on June 2, denied Judge Und-'
sey's petition for a rehearing. The!
judge had 15 days to. pay or go to'
jail, if the court insisted. '
The fine was assessed when Judge i
Lindsey. 1n May 1915, declined to
tell what Neal Wright, 1 4 year old !
ward of the juvenile court, had told '
the Jujdge about the shooting ot!
Xeal's father. Xeal's mother was on j
trial charged with murder. Neal was ;
the only eye witness. Mrs. Wright i
was acquitted. J
Judge Lindsey refused to testify i
at the trial, insisting that whatever
information he possesed regarding;
the killing had been given him by!
the boy in confidence and he could j
not and would not violate the boy's j
umiiaence. soon after the trial.
John A. Perry, then Judge of the
criminal court, found his fellow
Judge guilty of contempt and asses
sed a fine of $500. Judge Lindsey
appealed to the supreme court. The
fine was upheld by a majority of the
Justices three of them, however.
REPORTERS, carry if
anywhere get the
story's details
down right score
a. "beat."
CORONA
The Personal
nriting Machine
see one I
DEMARAH'S DRUG STOBE
SCHUMANN HEINK
at CHAUTAUQUA BUILDING
ASHLAND
EVENING OE JUNE 18th
Tickets $1 and $1.50
For Schumann-Heink reserved seat tickets
write to J. H. Fuller, Ashland
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
WALTER D. HINES, DIRECTOR GENERAL OK RAILROADS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
(Line North of Ashland, Oregon)
SUMMER EXCURSION FARES
OREGON, SHASTA MOUNTAIN
AND NORTHWEST RESORTS
Plan now for a quiet summer vacation for yourself and the
family at the seaside or In the mountains special excursion fares
now in effect for the summer.
Shasta Springs
Season Tickets Irom Grants Pass.. . 7.20
15 Day Tickets from Grants Pass .00
Special fares also In effect to Shasta Retreat
and other Shasta "Resorts
Crater Lake
Season Tickets from Grants Pass. s ie.ee
Newport
Season Tickets from Grants Pass SI4.90
Corresponding fares from other points.
Tillamook County Beaches -
Season Tickets from Grants Pass .'.. eiQ.Mtf
Fares to Neah-Kah-Nle, Manzanlta and Bay
ocean slightly higher. Corresponding fares
from other points.
Various
Special fares In effect to Columbia River
Beaches, Mt. Rainier National Park, Yellow
stone National Park end Glacier National
Park.
' i
Inquire of Ticket Agent
JOHN 51. SCOTT
General Passenger A Kent
Elk Teeth
see our display of unmounted: ones-
BARNES, The Jeweler
8. r. Tim Inspector
Next door First Xaifcmal llaak
USED CARS
1918 Maxwell 1917 Oakland Six
1917 Maxwell Chalmers Touring Car
One Ford Truck
Hate your louse whnela Ughlennl
WORK GUARANTEED
COLLINS AUTOJCOMPANY
JUST IN
Svvansdovn Cake Flour
New Honey in Comb
Fresh Vegetables
J. PARDEE, Grocer
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No mattoat what speed you shave with a
Gem Damaskcene Razor it leaves your face
tool and refreshed.
That's because the Gem has a soft, comfortable, velvet
like feel and doe tuch imooth, clean-cut work.
We sell the complete Gem Damascene Razor outfit for $L
The outfit include the razor, seven Gem Damaskeens
Blade, shaving and stropping handle -all in a hand
some leather case.
Enjoy the comfort of vclvct-tmooth tclf-thaving.
C$m$ in and gapur Cm to-dojf,
Sabin The Druggist
fas Pet-Wan Secret fr ihe H7 .,, Vm
Battery Shop Specials
Spot Lights at various prices.
Luggage Carriers Jurt the thing for picnics.
Motorist Coveralls and Driving Gloves.
Let us tell you taow to make ymir motuiir or panUsote
top look like mow or lot us do it for you.
A fnll line of Brunswick and KOYAL COI1U CASINGS.
Oor Battery Service is freeWe are pleased to tell yon
what yens battery needs to make It do what It Is In.
tended to do. " v
We are demonstrating the Xatl,,.,! s,,, Plugs-Come
aad see k.
Battery Shop

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