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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1915)
OT.mrorci) matt, trhuinr tmidford,
OttlWOtf, TllUKSDAY, JANUARY 7, l!ir.
Tlio HodnlNt party pint form. MimI
fonl iniinicipul election, Tni'Mlny,
Jmitinry IB, llUfi:
"1. We, Hit niPinliors of. Hie mi
flnlint pnrty of iMrtlfonl, Or., while
rnffiniiiiij our previous plnlfomw of
ntnto nntl nlition, tlcsirc in this inun
Icijml cnnipiiin to miiko n jpmiiI
(ipcnl to the working rlita votors
of thin city, men unci women and till
other who Byinpnthixo with their
lives of daily toil. '
"2. Wo ileehiro our readme to
xupport any phiu of notion in tliN j
oity'H nffnirrf, soeidf, industrial or
nrirniniHtrntivc, that shall pivc prom
io of maintaining or bettering living
ennrfitioiiH in tliw eity for ts jKoplc;
Hiieh an ahortcniiig the hourx of lulior,
increasing wages mid refeini: the
ntnndard of living of the working
"It. Wc demand .'fJ.oO n dnv, miu
iinnni eight hours, wages, preferring
homo labor on all work done for or
by the pity, and that the eity. so far
ns possible, furnwh employment lo
needy heads of families on tnunieipal
"I. We adhere .lrietlv to our
fundamental principles in political
notion. No fusion, no eoinpioinise
and no political trading.
".". The soeinlM oarly, local,
state, national and international, is
the partv of Hie working class. They
own, control and finance it. Its fun-
damentnl aim is n coinnlele lvvohlr
lion in the industrial affairs of soci
ety. A peaceful revolution at the
ballot box that shall sweep awav the
entire sys'em of rent,' interest and
profit, and brim' in the day of com
plete co-operation nloinr thoroughly
democratic lines, in all our industrial
affairs. J W
SUGAR BEET MA;
O. R. SATCIIWKI.L.
QKO. 11. MILLAR.
Pint Conn Commit tee.''
LAST FEDERAL TROOPS
WASIIIXOTOX. Jan. 7. The last
of the federal troops in Colorado are
being withdrawn from the strike zone.
Troops K and K. eleventh cavalry,
and troops 0 and II, eleventh cavalry,
left Trinidad last night for their home
station at Fort Ogclthorpe ri-.
Steady gains have been made this
week by the eontiniltee having the se
curing of beet sugar acreage in
charge, and in the neighborhood of
1"00 acres havb eeen secured to date.
A proposition is ijii foot, but not yet
icady for public announcement,
whereby a fertile section will bu in a
position to raUe beets without any
handicap. The committee report a
change in sentiment amoni; funnels
and laud owners has been brought
about by convincing many at first
opposed that it was nothing bat a
plain, simple, business proposition,
and that community interest was
their only motive for striving to brim;
n .(i0(),()00 factor- to the vallev.
New impetus has been given to the
sugar beet factory b the offering of
Minis for the first sack of sugar. The
Xash hotel, through ,1. I). Hell and
Jack Sheridan, last night offered
$'200 for the first sack of Misur. The
Mcdford hotel has offeivd $100 for
the first sack, nnd 1 S. Carpenter
has orfeied $10.
Ariangcmonts are in the course bf
foimation for the holding of a muss
meeting at Ashland and (Irants Pass
in the near future. A meeting will
be held at Unguis Uiver Friday and
the F.vans creek distijell lit these
sections there is a stroiiur disposition
to raise beets.
Although the woik has been slow,
owing to indifference on the putt of
many, there has been a general but
ipiict revival of inleicsl, uud ht
proposition is now assuming a most
Means Business Efficiency
HAVANA, Jan. 7. The heavy, tin
Ke.iiioiinblo rntitH of tlio taut woek,
whlrh culminated In n torrential
downpour limt night, completed tint
destruction of the tobacco crop tu
almost all sections of the Island. Tito
sugar cane also wiih seriously In
jured. In ninny locations It Is yield
ing only nbout half the normal pro
portion ot saccharine. Many sugar
mills have, suspended grinding.
To tlio Public:
J laving been rctjtiosti'tl to give some reasons why I be
lieve tlio now char-tor .should ho supiorlcd, I will stale
that it places the affairs of tho city on a business basin by
making its governing body a board of directors and a
manager, the same as any other big business tho manager
under tho absolute control of the board and tho I ward
being responsible to tho-peoplo. for tho acts of its nianairor
is subject to recall as at present.
The old charier has served its lime, as shown by its
patches. Some of our citizens seem to believe in ancestral
worshin. I do noti
Tho principles of the proposed charter are approved
by tho leading authorities on city government in this coun
try. Jt was worked up by a largo committee of repre
sentative business men who had no axes to grind; neither
did they yield to prejudice.
The method of election is not. complicated and is cer
tainly the most nearly perfect method of obtaining repre
sentative government, known at this time. The. great
economist, .John Stuart Mill, speaking of this method,
said: "It inspires mo with now and more sanguine hopes
for the future of the human race.
Our present city council has governed well, but could
it not have governed better if it bad not been handicapped
with an obsolete charter' . K. H. PICK ML.
Quickest, Surest Cough
Remedy ia Home-Made
ICniII) I'trpnrril In n Vurr Mlit
tit fa. (.'heap tint llnequiilril
Home people nre rnnMnnllv minuted
from one tears end to Hie oilier wltli a
iHTslMcnLlirnnrlihil rnugli, which Is wliol.
IV uiiiiivi'hHiirv. Hi.) n h a hoaie-iuiiile
rrmcily Unit gi'tn right at the ciiiine nml
will miike you tunnler uliiil Ikouiiiii of It,
(let i!M ollliees I'lnex Ifltl cents worth)
from nny druguM, pour Into a pint ImiUIo
iiiul till thn hot tie with plain uratiuliited
MllL'iir mi run. Ktfirl liiuimr II ni .m....
....... -....-. .- ..'- ".: ""t.
urnuiiiiiiv mil cur civ vou w
lihii'uni thin nut mill 'then illmippimr nl
hal Mirclv ,ou will aotlca tin'
Mi.-uiii .inn inn linn .it'll llipillcr III
egetlier, thus muling a coiiuh that ton
ncwr Ihnaght would cml. It also Ioohkhh
the dry. lionrmj or light conuh uinl hen In
tint llmiiliiiiiiillii.i in .i i. Infill ..11111111 will.
.-- film itiivil .1. 1. I't.lllll. I IFIIH !.
ri'iiiiiiknhlu riinhllty. Onllanrv coughs
nr cowiiirred by II In 21 hoars or Ic-m.
Nothing Intter for lironchllU, winter
roiiuU unit hroiichlnl nlhimi.
this I'lnex ; ami Hugiir St run niUtura
inn ken n full pint eniuigli to Isst a
finally a long time nl a cost of ontv (It
rents. .Keeps ierfretly and dm ten plcits
onjl .e-asllv preimietl. full dlrertluiiti
I'lnex Is a sprelnl nml lilgldv rnnren
trute.1 coiuiHiiinil of genuine Norway plno
'Klrnrt. Hcli In Kiinlaeol, nml is fsmmis
the world over for Its eii-n-, rertnlntv nnd
proiiiitnts la oterroinlng bad roughs,
client nml throat rohls.
i (.M,llJ,", Keiiiihir. Auk your druggist
fur yi oiiurrs I'lnex." nnd do tint neeepti
aiivthlai; else. A gusrnntee of iilmolntn
satisfaction, or uioiiev promptlv rpfiitiilnl,
goeii with thu i.rei.nratluu. Xlio IMucx
Co., It. Wit) no, Ina.
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
BEGINS SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1915
S. & H. GREEN
STAMPS ON ALL
M. M. Department Store
S. & H. GREEN
STAMPS ON ALL
After the biggest year's business we have ever had, we find many broken and odd lots of merchandise, which it is necessary to close out. Each lot includos good, clean, otaplo articlos which you
need. We are cleaning house, making ready for new spring goods.
-. v . j i, ,
At this price one can easily
avail thoni9elves of ti new suit.
When 15 Suits go for $4.98
When $0 Suits go for $7.98
When $25 Suits go for $9.98
It has always been our custom
to present at this season of the
year apparel for women in
ljroken lines at marked reduc
tions from regular prices.
Assuredly the most astonish
ing prices on Ladies' Goats.
A lot of out-of-date Coats, for
merly sold up to $15.00, to
close at $2.98
To modest dressers, Black
Coats at Y2 Price
The newest Coats and smart
est styles in Coats, a very spe
cial bargain, one-third off.
Disponing of our entire stock
at exceptional reductions.
Skirts rantrimr un to jj-tl.00
at J.L.: $1.49
Skirts ranging up to $7.50
at . $2.50
Skirts ranging up to $10.00,
Don't conjuro up in your mind
anything because of the price
comparison rather qmie in
and see them.
Half and Loss Than Half
Never before have you seen or
known of a sale io approach
LOT 1 Silk Waists.. i2 prico
LOT 2-Whitu Linen Waists,
sale price $1.98
LOT II White Tailored
Waists, regular $1.50 and $2,
at . . ..." : 98
The Rarest of Money Saving Opportunities
Tan Shoes are not in style.
You can use a pair at the
price wc quete:
$.'J.50 Ladies' Tan Shoes
$:.5() Ladies' JJrown Vel
vet Shoes $1.98
$!).50 Ladies' Patent
Leather at $1.98
Our Ladies' J louse Slippers,-
formerly $1.50, .to
close oiit at SHfp-
Mothers, attention! You
know how the kids wear
out shoes a chance for
you to economize.
$2.25 Lace Shoes 98
$1.50 Lace Shoes 79
Ags .5 to .16 years
A few pairs of $1.50 Men's
Walkover Shoes, while
they last $1.98
A special Work Shoe
We have 21 pairs of Men's
House Slippers, formerly
$1.50, to close 98
Disposing of our entire
surplus stock at excep
Take advantage of this sale to
secure some of these bargains
You raise the umbrella,
we lower the price.
$5.00 Umbrellas ....$3.98
$3.50 Umbrellas ....$2.48
$2.50 Umbrellas ....$1.49
$1.50 Umbrellas 98
SCRIMS AND NETS
imported and Domestic,
assembled into, lots at
these prices :
$1.75 Nets $1.39
$1.00 Nets 79
25c Nets 19
20e Nets 16
Full size and weight.
$3.50 Comforts $2.98
$2.00 Comforts $1.49
$1.25 Comforts 98
We have never known
such- low pric.es on thern:
$4.00 Spreads $2.98
$3.00 Spread ..s....$2.25
$2.00 Spreads $1.49
$1.25 Spreads 98
Ages 3 to 12 years, your
choice of our entire line
We are not going lo han
dle Men's Hats after this
sale. Choice of $1.50, $2,
Af 1 fl tfV Tr PCC CZrnr c To shw ouir appreciation of your patronage we offer you this inducement:
Y ill tx xl COO VTUUUO Fifteen pieces of Woolen Dress Fabrics, mixtures and plain, 36 inch .
THIS STORE'S PQLICY Is Truth, Service and Quality. No sale complete until you are satisfied. We invite your inspection.