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NEW YOUK, l-'cb. 2r.--Announre-mcht
wag made, today on llolmlf of the
Hockcfcllcr Institute of the Invention
of an nist-tiiH nnd tluf flteeovci'cy of
n now method of treatment, liotli de
nlKncd to rcducn tho mortality from
tetanun among fcoldlcrs-oumW on
Kuropcan battle fields. Twenty-five
npparatusoe, It was, bald had. already
been sent to Kurope by the institute
nnd patents to tlio Invention hud
been thrown open so that whoever
wished might manufacture and use
Tile InHtltnte'a Investigators, have
found It wob nald, that most of the
dealliH among wounded men nro duo
to tetanus and that the present meth
od of treating tetanus lias certain
An Injection of a solution con
taining epsom salts Into the mem
branes of the spinal cord is a part
of the. method of treatment, it is an
nounced. To I)r. K. J. Mctsxer of the
institute, Is given credit for the new
method. The belief Is expressed that
wllh this method of treatment nnd
the use of the new apparatus
which Is designed to aid in artificial
respiration many moro lives will be
NEW YOKK, Feb. 2.-.. Official nn.
nouneement that the Kansas City
team of the Federal league will be
transferred lo Newark, X. J., win
made by I. T. Power nnd Harry F.
Sinrlair of TuNa, Okla., who re
cently purchased the. franchise. N'evv
nrk was selected in pieference to the
Irons M'dion of Xevv York, and for
the. time at leapt sets nt ret all talk
of Hie federals invading New York
territory of the National ami Ameri-
can league. The fact that Sunday
baseball can be jilayrd in Newark ap
pealed to Powers nnd Sinclair.
The club will play no! in Newark,
but in Morristowti, N. J., a suburb.
It Is hoped to liave the stands. which
will sent 120,000, ready in April. TJiel
announcement states Hint George
Stovall, leader and iivt bnxenmn of
tlio Kansas City team last year, will
bo manager of the Newark team.
YONCALLA BANK CLOSED
BY BANK EXAMINERS
limeut'ncv law lieru tlie eure of
llhe toipedo, Canton say and 70 per
cent of twff. ilisolmrgcd id movint;
nrj:'t faille, hit.
As the proximity of steel ship
alone is sufficient to guarantee a
bullse.vc, tlie new toredn, thcn'Torc.
fie 100 per ecu! deadly.
Canton lias made moie than "00
tusts under all conditions and nays
that he tins never yet failed to score
a hit. The target each time was n
mo oi boat run in xigrng course, but
the torpedo, unclinrged, of course,
never failed to find it.
"(let me the sen room to maneuver
and a high-owci' boat equipped with
my torpedoes," says the inventor
"and 1 could wipe out n great fleet of
Mipenlrcadniiuglits of the New York
The New York or the Cnitcd Stale-
navy is the newest and most perfect
Only Kfficient Toriedo
If the torpedo is anywhere near ns
efficient ns is claimed, any one of the
present belligerents could afford to
give n fortune for it, because it of
fers I he only weapon yet discovered
against the submarine.
If war-hip-i invite destruction by
the mere metal of their hulls, the
more highly .sensitive submarine will
attract the weird tnriiedo to its
"DON'T GO INTO MOVIES," ADVISES MARGUERITE C0URT0T
ROSEIirnO, Or., Feb. 2.-.. Unable
to realize on securities, which include
large tracts of land in Canada, State
Hank Superintendent Sargent Tues
day afternoon closed tlio doorrf of
the Yoticnlla state bank.
Hargent was accompanied ny a
bank examiner, who" checked up Hie
affairs of the institution preparatory
to filing report with tho comptroller
of (ho eiirrtucy. While it is not
probable tho bank will he able to
liquidate it. iccoiin!, it is under
stood that another bank will probably
bo organized at Youcalla in the near
future. In Mich event, tho deposits
nnd gilt edge wpurities of tho de
funct bank will be taken over by tho
Tho exact amount of the blink's as.
sots nnd liabilities has not been madu
depths. The submarine would be
rendered fiseless in the morn of its
Canton declares his torpedo is good
for U'n miles, its gyroscope controll
ing it for eight miles and its electrical
machinery adding two or three more.
Its rate of speed forty knots an
hour is almost doable that of the
first-line battleships and greatly iu
excess of that of the fastest destroy
In appearance it is hardly different
from the ordinary torjH'do now in um
except Hint it has two arms of nickel
silver attached to each side, project
ing nt right angles. At the end of
these arms are wire magnetic coils.
Upon these magnetic coils hinges th(.
success of the torpedo. A high-frequency
current passes between them,
and prcr-cnce of any great mass of
metal changes the self-induction
which affects the electric relays, and
fhce, in turn. 0cra(c the motor
which controls the ruddor. Thus the
toqn'do will steer for its target and
fidow it, no matter how often the
target changes its course.
The gyroscoe, which keeps the
torpedo on an even keel and on a
straight course, is effective until the
toi'ivodo comes within magnetic range
of a ship. Then it is automatically
cut out, and the torpedo's diving fins
turn to make tlie machine dive deeper
and strike the warship on the un
armorcd portion of the hull.
A warship's plate extends only a
few feet below the water line.
The torpedo carries the regulation
war head with a charge of .'100 or
100 pounds of wet gun co.ton. Its
'first explosion sends it through the
hull into tho ships vitals, ami the
second explosion tears the hull to
pieces. No ship can remain afloat
more than ttu minutes af;er being hit,
the inventor says.
Held in leash by a cable two or
three miles iu length, an unclinrged
torpedo could be used to hunt out
mines mid halt 'over the spot until
tho ship caught up and destroyed
them with shells!
Reported by Jackson County Ah
trivet Co., Sixth nnd Fir Sts.
"I hnve been told that you are the
youngest leading lady in the movie
business, MiNS Com tot,'" 1 began, af
ter being introduced to Marguerite
Courtot at the movie studio.
"1 have no doubt that that is so,"
she answered, "though, of course. I
am not the youngest netresn. Not in
these days when they put ten days'
old babies in the pictures. A great
big 17-year-old girl, like me, ought to
be nble to make her own way without
robbing the cradle, of its glory.
"I had a little glory of my own,
loo, when I was tiny tot," she went
on. "One of my earliest iccollections
is of winning a protty baby prize.
Since then I have won nine beauty
prizes, nnd have just had the honor
of being choon one of America's
most beautiful girls.
"I was born in Summit, N. .1., but
ilvcd iu Switzcilnud for a long time.
I never thought of goin giuto moving
pictures unlit it was suggested to me
by one of the Kalem direciors. Mother
made me finish school first and then
I went to Florida with the movie
"Do many girls want ou to advise
them about going into the moving
picture business?" I asked.
"Ye, thev do, nnd I am always
glad to say to them: 'flirts, it' ,ou
have a good home iu a stiiull place
stay there.' The moving pictiuc com
panies have more applicants for posi
tions than they need, and since the
biisiues., has grown so, they will not
take an untrained girl unless lic be
of exceptional beauty. Thev want
Annie ('. Dunn vs. Wilbur W.
Dunn. Affidavit and order.
Mario lliirkoff vs. John 1'rader.
W. II. KvniiH vs. Fred II. Kail.
Katella 11, ticmon vh, CIiiih,
Schclfrclln et al. Decree and cost
0. 1). Iloseley vs. K, T. Staples.
Cost bill. fc
K IJ. Morrlion vs. Sophrmo M.
Herbert et til. Default, deoieo.
Win. till loh vs. Clarence Weaver.
Mary Frances Whitman vs. Olive It,
Sndle P. OsenbruKKe vs. J,
Talent, el iix, .Summons nnd
W. J. t'llmnu vs. Minnie M.
muu. .Summons. '
II. M. McFniland vs. W. II. Hum.
phrey et at. Demurer and reply.
II, II, CorlcHH vs. John Mayfleld.
Cost bill filed.
Henry Fox vs. Nettle I'enco et al.
Affidavit and order.
Alexander McMillan vs. Henry II.
Sander et al. Action for damages.
A. l Adams vs. Logan Wnolrldgc.
Action for damages.
The Cold Hill Hank vs. I.ulu II.
Hush et al. Action for money.
Win. S. Crowell vs. Josph A. New
ell et al. Action to recover money,
California-Oregon Power Co. vs.
The Hogue Ulver Putillc Servlco cor
poration. Injunction suit.
John II. Craves vs. Paul O, Den-
her. Hull lo foreclose..
W. 0. Cordon et al vs. I M, Lyon
et al. Hull to foreclose.
actors, not merely pretty fnces, forL"cnt.
the motion pictures uovvuduys.
In the matter of the estate of Anna
A. Morse, deceased. Order for hear
ing and final account.
In the matter of the estato of Win
Smith, deceased. Administrator's
first account filed.
In the matter of tlio estate of
l.oulse M. Pnrslow, deceased. Ap
plication and order extending time
and affidavit of publication of notice.
In the matter of the estate of
ICIIzabcth Sullivan, deceased. Order
appointing and place of final settle-
IN ROGUE VALLEY
Cents Per Day
($1S.2S Per Year)
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LIFE INSURANCE (At the Age of 20).
Older ages tire only tt trifle higher,
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That's the New Policy of
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A-X-MIUJ f I. SAMUEL A. U. CORNELL,
J. I'rfmi Qtntrul Munaltr DiKrlct Hioir
(Grants Pans Courier)
A careful reconl kept by Joo Mar
tcllettl for each month of I tilt
proves that the Koguo valley biddy
can bo made to produce lieu fruit at
tho time of the year when the price
U high as well as When It hits the
bottom of the market. Mr. Muriel
letti started out on January 1. 1011,
with 20 Whtto Itock hens, and this
was the highest number In tho lay
ing pens at any time during the
year, some being broody and otheer
sold later In the season and replaced
with pullets In the rail. During the
13 months, according to Mr, Martcl
letti's record, tho flock produced
6311 eggs, or but ono less than fiSG
dozen. The average price received
was 30 cents per dozen. The record
of eggs laid for each month In the
year, with tho numlier of hens In
tho lay pens for each month, was as
fellsw: January, .'!C hens", 027 eggs;
February, li- hens, G27 eggs; March,
33 liens, 798 eggs; April, 29 hens.
G24 eggs: May, 22 hens, 391 eggs;;
June, 30 hens, MO eggs; July, .'11
hens, 587 eggs; August, 32 hens, ''.',"
egs; September, 18 liens, 109 eggs;
October, 20 hens, 378 egs; Novem
ber. 25 liens 130 eggs; December, 30
liens, 538 eggs. The returns from
tho flock in eggs nnd chickens sold
during tho year amounted to $261,33.
WASHING! OX, Feb. 23.-- Five
special defense boards arc abolished
by war depaitment ordem proinulut
cil today. This work hereafter will
bo directed by a general board of re
view composed of from five to seven
offices on detail iu Washington who
will mal;v recommendations icganliim
tlio country's defenses. The member
ship of this board Iiiih not yet been
deteuuined by Secretary flurrison.
The special lionrsd dissolved are
tho national laud defense board,
charged with looking to tlio proper
protection of laud approaches, of
const dpcases-, the Cape Henry du
ff usn lioaiil, the Loux Island Hound
defense board, the Paimuia fortifica
tion hoard and the Philippine defense
board. , .
BOWLBY KEPI UNTIL
NEW LAW IN EFEECT
SAI.F.M, Or., Feb. IM. -The decis
ion was reached by (he state highway
commissiniier at a mecliug today not
to appoint u successor to State High
way Kngineer llowlby ut present, but
allow him to continue and complete
certnin road work under process ol
construction iu Hood Itivcr and Co
The decision was reached after K.
K. Convert of Portland, lepreseiitiug
S. Iteiisou of that city, represented to
the board that it was the desire of
Mr. Ilcuson to hnve llowlby complete
the road work under construction in
Hood Itiver nnd Columbia counties,
which he had initiated. Members of
tlie hoard staled ttiat they had no
one in mind as successor to llowlby
nt present, nnd that,. in view of this,
they would nllow him to continue with
IOWA GOVERNOR SIGNS
MULCT REPEAL LAW
I)KS MOINF.K, la., Feb. !.'.-(lov-ernor
Clarke signed today the mulct
Inw repeal bill passed last week by
the Iowa legislature. The bill is ef
fective January 1 next nnd returns
the state to statutory prohibition,
N'otlcu Is hereby given (lint the un
dersigned will apply to the city coun
cil of the city of Medford, Oregon,
at Its noxt regular meeting, March
2nd. 1915, for a license to noil malt,
vinous and nplrltous liquors at Ills
In tho matter of tho estato of Sarah
I.owden, deceased. Application nnd
order extending time and proof of
publication of notice filed.
In the matter of the estate of Wil
liam C. llartlett, deceased. Final
report and order approving.
In the matter of the estate of John
I). White, deceased. Order confirm
In the matter of the estato of
Alice Lyon Ilurko, deceased. Inven
tory nnd appraisement filed.
Ileal Instate Transfers
James A. llurch et al to W. W.
Itoblnson, land In and near
Cottage Add lo Medford. S.
Thro. A. Olass et ux to Karl
II. Day, land In sec. 2, T.
35 S. It. 2 W deed
W. W. Itoblnson et ux to Junies
llurch et ill, HV of sec. 3 I-
34-2 V., S, W. D
I.. II. Teters et ux to Kdnu A.
Iladburn et al, lot 26 In blk.
I) In Melkle and Paynes Add
to Ashland, W, I)
Jackson County Ilulldlng &
s Loan Asko, to Clnrenro
Wheeler, lot 9 of J. II. liar-
mini's-Add to Medford, also
30 feet adjoining, deed
Winnie C. Downey et vlr to
Louis Htas et ux, lot In P.aglo
Point, W. I)
J, O. Itlgg to fiearge Ullnno.
iQ acres In I). L, 0. No, II.
T. 38-1 K Q. C. I) '.... 1
Clarence Wheeler et ux to Mat
tie Parker, lot 9 llnrnuin's
Add to Medford, and 10 feet
adjoining. W. I) 1,500
Tho annual meeting will bo held In
the Mooce hall In Ashland, Ore., on
place of business, No.-C3 N. Front , Tuesday, March 2, Dinner nt 12
street, Medford, Oregon; for a period noon. All Ohloans will ho on hnnd
of six months. , with well filled baskeu an-" como for
Dated February 18th, 1915. a good time.
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toilet counter, audprovo thai your
hair Is as pretty and soft as nnJ
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The jury in the Case of
Wilson versus High Prices
brought in a verdict in fa
vor of the plaintiff, Wilson,
and the prices prevail atj
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Coats, a snap at 98c, Rubber
Boots $2.35, Good Calf Skin
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