Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, December 09, 1914, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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WIBUIfOKU MAlli TIUUUNIO, iMKDI'WI), OltKOON. WIODN'KSDAY. DKCKAIIH'IK I), 11)11
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BRYAN
REPLIES
10
H
IN RIVER BILL
WASHINGTON, Ufc tl. The Kn-
tiotial "ribers and Innhors eonsrexs
bcRimMfs iiiiiiunl convention hero to
itny with n largo nl tendance of dele
units from throughout the country.
Jinny prominent sneakers mo nu tin'
program for mUlrpsc during Hip
three lnys' Hew-ion.
Tho convention vva opened with nn
nildrcsd hy Secretary Drynn. A Cea
ture was tho minimi nddivi of Sena
tor Kiinstlell oT LouMniut, pieHtdcnt
of the river nnd hnrhors oonjri cj, In
which lie vigorously denoiineed recent
nttaelcs on thn rivor nnd hnrhor hill
passed at tho Inst nekton of emigres
mid the filihirMcr which resulted in
thn practical defont of the measure.
Critic's of. the legislation, he said,
had been unable to uggc-t n hotter
.system than the one thev entieie.
"To assert that river and hnthor
hills are full of 'pork' graft and cor
rupt IlemV he declared, "is to charse
that the engineer corns of the nrmy,
members of the rivers and haibors
committee of tho ltnue and commerce
committee of the sennte, nnd n ma
jority of the senator? and rereen
tatives who advocated nnd voted for
these measures nio guilty of fraud,
corruption, graft and "lain Mealing.
.Such nn ncrlintion I fnUe."
Senator Jtnnsdell concluded with
nn appeal to the convention to insist
Hint "under no circumstances should
any water course be improved unless
it has real, -tannine merit back of It."
KANSAS WEATHER
AFFECIS SELLING
CHICAGO, Dec. fl. Continued ab
nonco of adequate, moluuro for the
winter crop in Kansas save an ad
vantage today to tho bulls In wheat.
Strength at Liverpool counted also
against tho bears. Demand here,
however, was llghUAfter opening H
to i higher, prices reacted a little,
hut then again hardened.
Corn weakened under selling led
liy prominent speculators. Wet
weather that promised to lessen tho
movoment from first bands formed
only a temporary prop to tho market.
Tho opening which varied from a
shade to U higher, was followed by
a setback all around.
Oata weakened with corn. Tran
sactions were for the most part be
twen pit traders. ,
Higher prices for hogs carried pro
visions upgrade. Thore woro in
creasing offerings, though, on tho ad
vance. BERLIN, Dec. 9, Ma London,
12:30 p. m. There is published to
day a speech made Docomber 3 by
Emperor William at one of tho army
camps, composed of Germans and
Austrians, which he visited on his re
cent trip to tho eastern front.
"You ore fighting for a Just cause,
for llborty, for the right to exist as
a nntlon, and for a future of pro
PORK
CHARE
GOD AND HE W! US
Southern Oregon's Protest
(From the Salem Capital Journal.)
Just as a hunch to the politicians
it Is Euggestcd that they put in a lit
tle time studying tho election re
turns from southern Oregon, and they
mny learn something that will be of
use to them In 19 1C. It will bo rc
mombored while conning this llttlo
lesson that southern Oregon has been
practically without recognition either
in fUato or federal offices so long
that t hai heroine sort of understood
among politicians that she neither
wants nor deborves nn thing. An ex
amlnntlou of thu otea for cougresH
will disabuse tho mlnd-polltlcal of
this Idea. Tho republicans of t.outlu
ern QroEon wanted tho nominee for
congress at tho last election, but they
did not get him. Tho democrats put
up a Coos Hay muu, who v,iib llttlo
known in the district, and yut a btudy
of his voto will (oii the Idea of
what southern Oregon Intends to do.
Notwithstanding Congressman Haw.
loy'a stienglli, hod thu democrats put
up a southern Omgon muu with wldu
ncfjiiiilntunro ami popular, such us
could havo been easily found, It mio
well bu doubted If Mr. Huwloy could
havo won. It I not tbut thero is
Miiy enpuclul feel I iik uKulimt (.'on
KffMiDiHii lluttht) or any other man,
bill that noutliprii Omj;oii Ik duiuuiid
Ihu rtipiwonlollon fu conKron, win
Him ftttliljf M ll!M II. T!lUt N'UlDll
U iiKturiftj ifiubl!fun, but If hu
RUSSIAN PORT
THE HAMIDIEH " X
An official Constantinople despatch,
recchcil ly way of Merlin. s:ijs that
tlio U'nrklh t,rnter Umntdleli bom
bnrded and destrojed the ltul.vn p
trolcum depot- aud vvlreW nation at
Tuapse, near Xovoroiifok ton the Itlsufc
Sea).
The despatch nlo reported that a
heavy k'tttle, lnstlng nine hours. -curred
on November IS alum: the flint-el-Arnb
Klrer (this river empties Int
the Persian Gulf and forms part of the
boundary between tho lVrl.n and
Turkish dominions) lietweeu HrllMi
and Turkish troop. The ltritNh lossc
were heavy. Captured llrltMi soldiers
declare that the wuuiulrd lm.Iudt.sl tli.t
Hrltikh commanilcr.
The despatch also Mated that one
shot from the Turkish jmtibo.it Mar
m.irls hit a ltrltlh guuloat and cuued
nn explo'lon. detail of whlih were
uotanllab!e.
NOI :
T
WASHINGTON, Doc. 0. For the
first time in munv enrs tho house
naval committee today conducted in
public its iipjirinx on the naval bill,
which already has nMiincd the nn-
luro of a general inouiry into effii
iencv nnd seneral conditions of the
fleet.
Hear Admiral Fletcher, comman
der of the Atlantic fleet, in a general
statement, defended the dreadnought
as the greatest weajwn of nnxnl war
fare. "The Ktiropcan wnr has not dem
onstrated," snid Admiral Fletcher,
"that the battleship is any less valu
able in naval warfare than hereto
fore, or Hint it is not still the main
fai'tor in finally determining a con
flict. "The submarine undoubtedly is a
valuable ndjuiict to a navy. The de
fense against the submarine has not
yet been fully developed. One de
fense against the submarine nlrendy
developing is the nirhip."
The admiral gae it as hi opinion
Hint great naval battles would con
tinue to be decided, in tho main, by
battleships .
longed peace," said tho Emperor.
"Even though the war should last for
a long time wo shall not allow the
enemy to havo a moment's quiet.
'Veshall continue to fight with
success as hcrctofoie, for Heaven Is
on our side. With God wo shall
achlovo a prolonged peace, for our
nerves are stronger than those of our
enemy."
can't have n republican congressman,
sho will take a democratic one.
There is no thnrge for this hunch to
tho republican leaders, but It Is worth
much moro than tho cost.
REJECTED SUITOR KILL
WOMAN FOR LOVE
I'llILADM.I'IIIA, Dec. 0. Jp
Adauix, a pettv oilier on the battle
ship Illinois, htationcd at the Phila
delphia navy-.Miid, nhot and lulled n
young woman niiined Anna Comwtv at
her home hero eaily toda mid then
committed suicide. Accoidiug to the
police, Adam nhot the till beutii
she relusi'd to main him.
CIIICACO, D.c - - I'ho chief con
corn of tho UnlKd States miiHt bo to
enact legislation tliut will proiuolo
Industrial prospurlt) and Insure tho
constuut employment of ull, accordlnx
to Albert II. C'liinmliiu, I'ulted Htntos
sonntor from Iowa, who spoko tonight
ut a huii'juet hero Tlu flow of Iminl
urallon that ho iixxtts lo follow tin1
lIohu of tho uur will proveiit a prol
linn to ho coimlitiirud, uIouk with Iho
iieisiity of luNiirlny: oor Auieikan
u Job, be kiifit 'J'oo ftrout nn lulliu of
ulliins lit Ik lit Inumujui tlu tuohlciii or
liiM niiwiiiploywl.
ETHER
SAYS
SUBMARINE
CREATES
POWER
KASER
BOMBARDED BY TORKISH VESSELS.
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WAP SJK3VIN3 TAUP5E. NEAR NOVOR055Y5N. WHICH THE HAMIDIEH
DOMHARDCD
CARRANZA
AIDE
FILE PROTEST ON
III. I'ASO. Tex., I ).. !). The ter
timueut eoitiiuittee of twenty-one of
the Aguns tiliente eouvuiition Iihm
protosted against the nnming,b. Pio
visional Piosident Outierrw. of eer
tnin of his cabinet olliccr, Hinting
them Soto Y. flama, a i'loo ndi-or
of Oeneial .apnta. This was repott
ed today in official ailics from
Mexico City to .luarex olficiuU.
From the interior came -moral
Amerienn nud Mexican refugees with
storie-, of disorder-, nl soeral points.
It was -aid that Villa soldiers a few
days ago hud euteied the ilium" of
(hileaun, rhihiiahua, where the in
habitant.- favored the new Sahunr re
volt and hnd executed one-half of
the men ofMlie town. Tho other
were released with a warning. Many
of them hilar joined SalaarV little
army.
Refugees from Mexico City Mjid
Hint four promiiieut bu-ino.s mid
prol'e ional muu of the capital had
been executed after the entrv of tho
convention force--. Among them w
David Ileyes Rpiiii, a young attorney
of an old family in the capital. Per
sons from (luadalajaia declared that
the Canaiua commander of Hut cit
had employed the IIoiuhii Catholic
cathedral there us n dance hull for
his officers.
VON DER GOLIZ. WILL
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CON.STANTIN'OI'I.i:, mi ' . i.. n,
Doc. II, :i:10 p. in F..M M. I.nl
Huron on dor tlJ.xr wh In- im-n
gocrnor of the tenitou in lli-l.iiin
now. occupied by tho (termini, has
arrived ut tho Ottoman capital. The
field marshal uouio yearn ago luor-
anied Hie Turkish imny and Hi ie-
port circulated tliat -he i to taKc
obarge of the Turkish trool.
It. Garret, postmaster of
Iluncom has roslguod Ills post, nnd
the postal department has ordered
the stops toward thu filling of tho
vacancy.
AA
MEMBER
Owing to ike lower prior ol lumber' nd the dded indace
ment of lpinj our tnrn employed during the winlrr immllit,
ve uikke die iullowiog icmukiLIc teduOibiit in doen:
Hawing
No. 1, $1.30 S.Panel Door
Reduced $L10
No.2,$1.10 6-PanelDoor
(for Pnintlnj) Qft,,
Keducrdtu iUC
Quality Jut as Good as Ever
Our cuiiumtn we lwt itliifirj. We own nd 0kiIi I'm
l.tn iinta to.oauiiirrSwli, Oor end Mill Woik itawy in
NuiliMtH. Votiwillfiw)l9ilu,hivranlu'imuitf's ri '
WokII snyoue; ilnpsnywltc. Ak for CnlaloNo, ,i
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WASHINGTON, I hi- It. Ht.irings
on the army rnropn.itiou hill were
ended toda by tho' house military
eomiuittvo with a di-i-iin-iou of the
nation's iircpnrediicr for wnr by
IIiiL-iiilier (lenenil Hugh L Scott,
hiof of tnff.
General Scott told the committee
Hie condition of the national defense
was cou-tantly improving nnd di
en cd ut lometh the uue-tiou of am-
muuitioii siiplio-. Chairman h de
clared supptlO' On hand were rapidly
"appioxim.iiing tho neee an le
serve." Hepiesentatne Hruono of Veimont
ipioted from the report of the fonuer
chief of staff, fhuilnil Witherpot;ii.
a statement thnr mere i- a "tenons
deficiency" in Ammunition for -en-f-oa-t
defenses, Gciiur.il Scott pift
into the rword a fable -bowing Hint
there was on hand lor twolve-ineh
mortars ."0 per cent; for sixtcen-iiieh
sun-, .1.1 per cent; lor lomlcon-iucli
gun, -IS per cent; for twelre-inch
guns, 18 wr cent, and ten-inch guns
ll) per cent of the rienc amniuni
tion. 'General Wotht opouu must b.i
been nervous nnd excited wlin In
wrote that rciM.it," remarked ( ban
man I In v.
13 MINERS DIE AS
HCHANTON, I'.i., Dec. 0. Tliir
teen mineworker- were killed in the
Diamond i-lmlt of the Delaware,
Lackawiinnu Western Coal nun
piiuy here today, when it box of dyu
umito being lowcrud into the mine
with tourteen men exploded, w reek
ing the descending mirriugo nud drop
ping the victims to Hie bottom of the
shaft. The one man who ccacd
ulivo is Martin lleliuski, a driver
boss. The iiecub'iit oeciined when
the men were going to vvoik mid al
u time when tin cuirmico to the mine
wits crowded with men waiting to be
lowered lo Hi r his levels.
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NATION
ARMY
HAP
ns
Y
1NTR
TO FRANCE GAINS
OF
NKW YOIIIC, Dec II. The grm.d
ero-s id' Hie Legion of Honor is on it
a aeioss the ea tiom the pio-i
dent of Fiance to M,rou T. Ilcniik,
in recognition ol Mr. Met rick's sen
ices to the French people while
Ameiuan nmlmndor to France. Mi
I lei tick was deeointed .ve-ttMd.n
with a n-d nhhon, eiubleniftlle ol H
civs-, iv the captain of the steam -hip
Itochamhcmi, net it" on wiieless oi
ders tiom the Fn'iieh aiubiiHsador nl
Washington, who said he was aitit1
under iuliuelioiis liom I'leobnt
Foiiieare. The decoration wn- piuii
ed upon Mi. Ilenick's coat as -non
as (be steamer t cached the ihiee-nnle
sen liinil of Anieiienn svtieignt
Aiinoiinceuient of the bestowal ot the
honor was made odu when the l!o
(hdllbeau docked.
The giiind cio-s of the l.ogion oi
Honor is the highest honor whtih th"
Fiench giixernnfent can bestow. Iheie
me, iueludiiiir Mr. llciiiek, oul
toil-li lifng peioiiH throiiKhoiit
the uifild who have been thus duo
rated.
A spectaiMilar reception was tun
the ictiiiilg nmbu-siidor nud hi- wile
when the oscl docked. The pa--in
gets, nearly nil natives of Fi.m ,
lined the rail and cbecied n Mi. and
Mrs. Ilcrrick walked lowu tho gun
pl.iuk, and the cheering was taken up
h It null oils of persons who had gone
to the pier to gn'ct him on behalf of
the cit,, stale, unliou and the stale
of Ohio.
I
IHHk
Site made up a mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur to bring back color,
Clou, thickness.
Common ynrilpn ipo brewed Into a
heavy ten with sulphur and nlndiol
Wlisl, will tunt gray, sUi-oktsl ami Mod
hilr I.MiitifulIy dark iuul luuiriaat, ro
iiuo.i cwry tit of ituulriiif, stop alji
Itching ami lulling h.ilr .Itwt a few
nppllwtlons will provn a revolution II
your hair U fading, grny or Urj', crng
gly snd thin. Mixing l Sago Tui and
Stilplmr recipe ut huttir, lliougli, , U
troiiblisoiiie. An easier w iv l ti t the
ready-to uw tonic, eontlng aUviit so ccais
a litrin lmttlo at drtiu Btnrw. kiioum n
"W.vcth'n Mige und Nulpbiir IIir Ittni-,
nl.v!" thu uvoiillng a lt of mils. '
Ulillo vviony, gruv, f.ultxl hair I not
Inful, wc all'ileiirc to rcUlu our jotith- I
ful uiuo.iraaco and attrnctlvcnio. Ilr I
ilirUiilng jour hair with Wyeth's Sigo
and Snlplnir. no one can lull, Ixvaiiao it
d(H It so tuturallj, so evenly. You lut
iLnmisn n, sponge or soft brush wltii It
and draw- tin through mr hilr, taking
one smnll otmnd at a tlmoi !' naming
all gray hairs havo disappeared, and,
after another application or two, jour
h.ilr U mines bciutifully dark, glo.iy,
soft nnd luxuriant. C
Out Your Next Butt of
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LOTHES
maim: iiy
L E I N
I'liicus ?a.i.on up
Also Cleaning, Pressing nnd Altering
I'M i:. .Main, Upstairs
QUALITY
In name ineiiits notlilug un
less wo IhiiK tint name vvlth
the goods ami service.
Wo aio trying lo uinl.o
the name a reality.
The Quality Dairy
.1. F. Minimis, Prop,
Phono 7!..Tl
WESTON'S
CAMERA SHOP
208 Enst fnin Street
Mcdford
Tho Only RyoUihIvg
ComintToial Pliotogntplicru
in iSouilioni Oregon
NegittivcH Aradu any timo or
phico hy appointment
Phono 147-J
Wo'll tlo tho rest
E, V, WESTON, Prop,
MEDAL
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Golden
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A)) This
I fVVlk
Better Coffee for Less
Roasted nnd Packed
in Oregon
3 POUNDS
Regular $U0
rP0UNDS(l rf
U Regular $1.75 tpJL.eJU
1 pound or-
X Regular 40c OOK
At Your Grocer's
THE BEST
cs Guaranteed !
Closset & Devers
The Oldist and I ureal Coll.
Ituu l in in Hit Norlbvvi t,
X.
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS
Large Assortment
Prices Never Lower
at Tin:
.SKIN OF
cicidt7(d
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We (live "8 St
llio Kihool of
.MtHlcni .Method.
MEDFORD
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CoIIego nutldliiK. HI
Day ami .Nlisht Kihool New
lliulnoHH, Shorthand
Night School WVSSS&tt 5.00
Mr. Diogones with his lantern
may not have been able to find an honet man
but YOU can find lbts of good Lumber cheap at
MEDFORD LUMBER CO.
Vil' Mill Till 111 .SllI'vlH
vSENSIBLE
A Puuirio Cotlitr f'hit Ih a HAiudhh ('IiiIhIiiiik Ut, (or U, lUugli.
(or or Hwootboarl. It !m injof ul, oi imiiwiilHi, ionvtilwi diimblu.
ninth proof.
I.ol iih hIiow you out llnu. Many tima ami kfvtrm MrtfN rang v
riom ft to lo ini.ijii.
Pacific Furniture & Fixture Factory
Mil Hun II, Ifolly HI.
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