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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1915)
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FAIR OPENING WITH
KEY OF NUGGETS SHE LOSES LEG!,
TOTAL $6,088,915 i:
llov. (IrurKO Hchocncr ,of llrooks,
Or., tlio llnrbnnk of this Voc woiltl,
will deliver n none f lectures on
ro(M niul rose culture nt (lie McdTord
public library beginning Monday oU
lilng next nt 8 o'clock. Tfic sciics of
lectures will bo given iittVrth'nus-
jmccs of tho Meiliord-, lu!o no,etetyl
11 lid will bo free to the imhlu'". hvi
crybne interested in growing roses
mid helping to initkc Med ford n ro.e
city fihould nttend the lecture. If
the weather permits n practical dem
onstration of the priming of ro-es
Mill be Riven in one of Medford's rose
gardens. While the lecturer is here n
committee of the Hose society will
(tike him about the city nnd trp to
form some plnn for its benutificntion.
llev. Schooner has now 120.000
now seedling roses, the result of 1"00
different coinbiiintion. From these
hn hopes to raise some roses so beau
tiful as to send Oregon's numc down
in rose history.
After the lectures questions will be
answered, and the difficulties attend
ing rose culture iu this vnlley will be
solved. I ' '
The subjects of the lectures arc as
follews: T -
Monday, JYlminry22, nt S ). in..
"The Hose, in Htttory
WASHINGTON', lYb. 20. 1'ivsi
dent Wilson pushed a button at it
o'clock this afternoon giving an dec
trii"iunal which fonnallv opened the
I'anninn Pacific exposition nt San
The flash wn conveyed from the
white house to San Francisco both liv
telegraph and wireless. President
Moore of the exposition immediately
sent back word that tbo flah had
come through and that the exposition
was fonnallv oened.
The president used a telegraph key
studded with gold nuggets which was
ued by President Tnft in opening the
Alaska-Yukon exposition nt Seattle.
Present nt the ceremony were Secre
mutilated thnn powerless.
"Work is mv life I want to get
tariesUrvan. McAdoo, Houstoa. Wil-!" wr ". !" uvoxering my
son, Daniels nnd Attorney General pt-c.y nnd I hope to use again all
Gregorv. Assistant Secretary Roosc ' t'r' f rtr wl'' kwl "' "l
vrlt nf'ilii. n.ivv. Senators Works and "d will keepjne up until 1 pass into
'I'crkins and all the repre.-entatives tlw world beyond the grave. There
from ritlifarn n. Governor Hnml n of.-""' w's '' " so,1 ""
the federal reserve, boanl and Mr.
Onminctti, commissioner -eneral of
(Contlnnea from rag li
I hae four intuitions for your in
valids in our theatre. Fore in me for
speaking so much nbout mvself, but
you will understand why I have done
so. Think of nie on Sunday moin-
PANAMA FAIR OPENED -'"k "t me on Mimlay mom-
A flood Itcsoltitlon. j
Lane said iii part: To help build up Mcilford payrolls
"To von. President Moore, and to by Btnoklnc Governor Johnson orli
m .- A in 1 . " . I . , V
luesnay, twminry 'J.J, iu a p. nt.. i your colleagues, Jariics ami gentlemen, Mt. cut rier 'a.
IITI. t)..l....;t) -!.... :c:....l!.... r il.iil'. i .i I..,..; e ii.. i i i fT
i- ii)iiuiiv.iik uiiinniiiL-iiiiuu ml "ii near uie consraiuiaiions oi mo mi-
the appiopitatiou bills.
Regular appropriations from tlio
genet al funds will total ."KM'-V
Pt..7.r). Plus the iiiilliiuf taxes lor
ie support of the three state ulucu-
ioual institutions and the new up
propriatious made iteeessuvy liv tlu
aoonsiuueui oi ine cnuiiiiuiiig up'' '"
SAI.F..M. Or.. Feb. 20. Something litiou plan, nn extra $I.H!I8,000 is
ke $tIMIlU:) will bo I he extent of 'IU'1 lor, ninkiiig a total ol fiU's.!,-
legislative eeonoiny in the administrn- I'lti.i.i.
tion of Oregon's af fairs durum the' The general appropriation of 11)1.1
I'AKIS, Feb. 20. Mamiee Hanes, oxt bienuium, aeeording to a bt was .f(l,7:i:t,lll2.08. This shows u
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who is condiieiiiiL' a eainna un to nidi luted list of all sums called tor in all tuning at once over l'.u.l ot tHII,
war cripples has received the follow
ing telegram from Sarah Mernhaidt.
"Your last aitiele, an appeal uiHa,
the invalids of the war. touched ii?!
deenlw iterhnns because I am going
to hao my leg cut off Sunday nud(j
thus join the gieat nrmv of the intiti-1
lated. 1 could haxe kept mv leg if 1 1 A
bad been willing to live strt'tched on! A
a sofa. The surgeons asked me to
give them five montlw. but I refused. J
W3iyf Mecause longing for the J J
theatre filled me. 1 would rather be' V
5l(l,:i:i. Adiled to this in rcclMiilu,r
the eennomy, however, niitsl ha con
sldered items of .f7l!l,H!lt).iVi appto
pilaled in HUM for peimuueiit nn
pvoveiueuls, iueluillug the $l.")0,000
Tiuualo ii'iigatinn appropiiatioii, no
coriespouiliiig approprialious hciiri
necessary this year. Selliu,; off
against this the item in the present
approptiatiou bills of .ft 0(1,0(10 for
the new building at the custom Ore
gon hospital, a total net saving of
.fill 1,1 1(1. !i:i, or approximately two
thirds of a mill lc.
CAN'T FIND DANDRUFF f
Kvcry bit ot ilaiulrutr dlHiiiMarii
after one 'or two applications of
Diitulerlne rubbed well lulu Ilia
iirnlp with the riuiter llpii, Out a
Ufi-cont buttlA of DiuhIuiIiio at any
druit Bloro and imvo your luilr, Af
ter a fow aiillciitloim you can't find
a partlelo of iliunluiff or any fullliui
hair, mid the scalp will nover Ituh.
Ford and Overland
OUTSELL THEM ALL
More Ford and Overland cars sold .California in January, 1915 than all other carsmbined
CLASSIFIED LIST OF CALIFORNIA MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS
Showing upmbor, according to each mako, of now automobiles registered in California in January, 1915.
Compiled by the WESTERN MOTOR RECORD, San Francisco, Cal.
Wednesday, February 24, nt 8 p.
m., "The Planting and Pruning of the
Thursday, February 2fi, at 8 p. in.,
"The Mest Varieties of Hoses and
I low to Conduct nn Exhibit."
Should the members iu attendance
justify it, another Icclure. xvill be
given Friday. February 20.
The public librnry has nn extensive
collection of roo books loaned for
the occasion, some from the state li
brary and Mime from privnlo librar
ies', which can be consulted by those
interested in roc culture.
is World's Wonder:?
bear the congratulations of the nn-
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tion on tlie opening oi tins interim- Maim Dthu
'ionnl c.xKsitiou. This morning I J IM NCW NOj
Imve from the president the lollowiny
"rlense convey mv heartiest eon- rverr tlnr Infnni make Me'n
gratulations to the authorities of the rcUvo wWer una brighter. .Ana what
n . . crr tnrre H to en-
e.xjosition and express my 1iom thnti J sii hance Un arrival nna I
their highest expectations for its dis- iVj iKJttG ZSJ!Xl.Z!2f'.l
. , , .... , .. Wb -MwK&t the txps?tnnt mother
tinguished success will be more than r7vj "F-irJIhSi houia i slva nt-
.,! .1 1 . 1 ftS ,n,litn Imnnp (h
n'aiir.eu. - Msril -
rrai ncipiui inniRj t
i ck.j: x-
Is an external nb
known as "Mother's
Friend." It U o
well thoucht of by
women that moit drus Rtorcs throuch
out the Vnltcil State enrry "Moth'r"
I'rlend" os one ot their rtapto and nil
nblo remelle!t. It la applied to tho
nbaomlnal musclrn to relloo tha strain
on llcatncntu and tendon.
In a llttlo book nro deserllx-d tnnro
SALEM, Ore. Feb. 20. Tlio fol
lowing bills havo been signed by Gov
11. H. 221, by Smith (Multnomah)
To protect water supplies anil give
board ot health authority.
H. II. H, by Kelly Itcstorlng sher
iffs of counties as tax collectors.
If. D. .13-1, by Forbes Ratifying
IcaM) ot Summer and Abort lakes.
If. D. 458. by Harrow To permit
erection of bridge connecting Ran
dolph Island with the main land.
S. U. 229, by committee on Judic
iary Relating to undertakings to
secure payment of costs in Justice
"Within n month I expect the pres
ident himself will be with you to greet
the representatives of the nations
who have joined in the creation of.
this new citv by the Golden Gate."
All records for opening day at
tendance nt world's fair were broken
i by the exposition. Less than two
t1witit-o t.flnv. II. n .rfilnu ll.lal 41lhA.fftl.jl flll.l
i, ., ,, . ..,, ful')' tho many ruauni why "Mother'n
while the crowds xvcre still streaming Frtena" has iwcn a friend Indeed to
tin, the turnstiles showed 180.000 nd- J0."'" '," wore than two Kenrratloni.
i . . . ,-..- . . . I Thl book, waa prcpnrml not only to nld
t missions, nt against 1.1, i for thej tho tncxporienccd but to enable many
riiieniro fair m ISO.!, nnil 17(1. I.'kI for, women to han at hand thn timely hints.
.... .... .... . ...... t rtiifL'piitlunH nnil helliH In cHitielju. nrnl
the M. I.ouis lair in Jinn. M ll:l. neatly, vrinM orm tor rrndy reference. I
11117 ill lI'lllltlill'lT llttll LTIIfil 1f mUU.UHU l piivutu " lit mi r
Notice K. of I".
Work In first rank, Monday 7:30
p. m. E. Jaqua, C. C. 28fi
Cai-o . -
Chevrolet ....... .
Hewitt truck . .
Detroit electric .
(Hide . . .
(5. M. C.
Hewitt truck ....
1 1 ml noii
I. II. C. truck ....
Klelbcr truck ....
Lincoln truck . .
L. fc F.
Mnck truck .. ..
Mercury : ....
OVERLAND . 302
Paige Detroit ... .13
Pathfinder .. .
Pierce Airow .11
Pope. Hartford 1
Itniich &. Lang)' f
Hnvflcld M ... 1
It. II. C. . . I
Itegal .... , II
Heo . .
Hii)cr & ticovlllc .
H. (1. V
Total . . .
FOR A BAD COLD
' Tlit sn lu lifiil rt nlmAt ntlV 1rtfcs T7
j Rlxt but If you fnll to Hud It wrltu im ill-
rect and ulo wrltu for hook to llrodrlrl.l . J
Kesulator Co., ZQZ Lamar Uldtf,, AIUU13. ' "
i ( nroR )
MADE TO ORDER
FROM $25.00 UP
Total Sales All Cars .... 2563
Total Sales Ford and Overland 1358
All other makes 1205
COME IN AND WE WILL EXPLAIN WHY
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
C. E. GATES
CORNER PACIFIC HIGHWAY AND MAIN STREET
The surest way to stop a cold Is to
liven tho liver and cleanse tho bowels,
nnd the nicest cathartic to do this Is
a 10-cent box of Cascarcts. Take j
your cold may bo gone by morning. jAlso Cleaning, Prcssintj and Altering , M,
' 128 E. MAIN. UPSTAIRS
NEW SPRING OFFERINGS
For tho past fivo weeks our buvcr has been in the eastern markets securing for this store the newest and best in high-grade merchandise I'or the coming season. These beautiful sprii
mer goods arc now beginning to arrive and are being placed on display as rapidly as possible. We invite your inspection of these wonderful new showings and wish to call your atte
many exceptional values you will find among them. . .
ing and sum-
ntion to the
THE NEW MIDDY BLOUSES ARE HERE
"Wo now have on display a complete line of the fam
ous, Paul .'Jones Middies, acknowledged all over tho
country to be the best middy blouse made. They
come in a variety of styles and in all sizes and prices,
ftfako your selections early while choice is complete
Special, $1.25 Paul .Tones Middies now :.98tf
Our showing of the season's latest modes in High
Grade !Millinery is growing more complete every day,
new shipments arriving by express at all times. This
space is far too small to give any details of this ex
ceptional showing come in and see for yourself
what we have to offer it will be a pleasure to show
NOTE Our expert trimmer will arrive in a few;
days. Watch for announcement.
NEW SPRING SILKS
The new Silks are indeed beautiful and well adapted
to the full styles now so much in vogue. Our spring
showing includes such popular fabrics of the season
as Chiffon Taffetas, Silk Poplins, Failles, Crepes do
Chine, Crepe Meteors, Foulards, Tub Silks, the new
Trimming Silks and many Black and White Novelty
Silks. The more fashionable colors are, -of course,
sand, putty, droadnaught gray and Belgian blue with
black and while effects still holding good.
Why not save money on your Spring Linings?
Use Holding's Guaranteed Satin, IK) inches wide, and
the price only, yard 98
We have just received another shipment of clever
new lilouses for Spring. They are really more beait-
tiful than ever before, being made up in such dainty
fabrics as Georgette Crepes, Embroidered Crepes do
Chine, Jap Silks and a few early styles in Lingerie.
.Military effects seem to predominate, although a
good niany low necks will be worn as usual. The
favored colors are Belgian blue, Tipperary green,
flesh, maize, pink and white.
NEW MODEL CORSETS AT CUT PRICES
We are placing on sale for a short time only these
three special lots of .Royal Worcester Corsets at
greatly reduced prices. These arc really cxcellont
values, most of them being tho now models and tho
materials consisting of high-grade coutil. Nolo those ;
prices and come early while the sizes aro completo:
One lot $1.25 Corsets now 98tf
One lot $1.50-Spi.75 Corsets now $1.29
One lot $2.00-$2.&0 Corsets now , 449.
BIG BARGAINS IN BATH TOWELS
Here is an excellent opportunity to lay in a supply of
good Hath Towels at prices which you would find
hard to duplicate. These towels eomo in a wido range
of colored borders as well as plain white and iu sev
eral different weaves. They aro an especially fine
quality. The usual prices i'or these towels flfto, !()
and 50c our price, each 25
See window display center window,
We Sell Ladies' Home
R K. DEUEL & CO.
Corner Main and