Chris Hanson, who has a ranch on Little Butte near the desert, was appointed county sealer of weights and measures by the county court yesterday. The office was created by the last legislature and carries with it a salary of $3 a day.
It is the sealer's duty to inspect and tests all weights and measures, and every scale used in this county must have his seal on as proof of correctness.
Direct from the London Hippodrome where they created a tremendous sensation during the recent winter season, the Eight English Roses, the greatest aggregation of dancing stars to appear in Vaudeville, top the program at the Page for Wednesday.
The wonderful dancing marvels have attracted the attention of dramatic critics both here and abroad, and the engagement is a distinct triumph in popular-priced Vaudeville.
Acrobatic dances of the worth that have never been equaled will be featured by this remarkable galaxy of stars, while many other terrific effects that are truly artistic are included in the program.
This will be the first appearance of these remarkable models of grace and beauty at Pantages, and their success is assured.
Sensational in the extreme are the Four Cycling McNutts, the wonderful cyclists who make their first Medford appearance on the bill.
The McNutts have a routine that has never been excelled, and the feats they accomplish will certainly astound everyone fortunate enough to see them.
BOSTON, Aug. 10 — "The present Mrs. Goodwin is the right one at last," said Nat Goodwin, "love pirate," here today when for the seventh time he took the public into his confidence on his marital ventures.
"I'm settled for life now," Nat said, "Mrs Goodwin saved my life twice. I love her most of them all."
"Of course," he added, with fine generosity, "if I happened to meet any of my former wives I'd bow to them. But so far as reviving old associations go, I'm through with them all for good."