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TfKmrOKD WITi TKTTUINK iUKOFORT. OTTCCKTW RATT'TinAY, MATJOTT fi, 101.1
I' H.MIKII I
LIKELY TO JOIN
ALLIES IN WAR
Thnt Soutrern Oregon exhibits at
lln fair are far from f-ntlsractory Is
Possibility Of Capture Of Constant!-i Uu nnfieitlon made by Ilnr
Mi. u., n t , , .. ,mon, who returned this week ns well
iiuuib nafirn iipitiniiiii iik nni nnc ' r
I as In loiter received from l.connrd
! Carpenter,' who Is employed Ity the
lilll'liitmi Iif ' mltilli'lt v ii'ttiitiM liitl
hilf2cs Rumania Acts am) Greece lor Tucoma, who pn?Ved thVounh the
Affected Bulgaria Secretly Mo-
LONbO.V, March f!. Thoro was In
dlcntlons In today's rable dispatches
tlmt tho bombardment ot the I)ar
dancllos might brlnp to a decision tho
attltudo of tho Ilnlknn states con
cerning the war. Tho possibility of
tho captttro of Constantlnoplo which
woulii result In changes of vital In-
rlty tho flrnt of tho week, savs that
Ihe crowd nto up .losephtne county's
300 boxes of apples the first day.
State IMiIbll Ptwir
Mr. Harmon finds fault with the
entire Oreon exhibit, and says at one
of the entrance a elder mnker Is busy
making Into elder at five cents a
Rlass, California apples, which he as
serts are tho OreRon product, though
questioning revealed the fnct that he
did not know enough about Oregon
tcrest to tho Itnlkan nations, already
lias exercised n noticeable Influence I t0 Rvi the name of a single Oregon
on iheso nations. Unlgarla Is said '"PPlo district.
to have, mobilized secretly three dlvls-1 l-ouls Simpson, the North llend
Ions, or about 3G.O00 men. and ono Mumberman, is quoted as being also
of these divisions Is reported to have j disgusted with tho showing made
been scnt'toan unknown destination. nnu "a"8 t,,Rl the state money Is all
In Itumanla tho chamber of depu- Mcd "l and little to show the states
ties is considering tho granting of a'rMOl"';es ln(, " offered to send
crouit or i40.ooo.ooo to the Rovern-uown ,rLP ol ro"' r"cu vircRon
Siiptor (liordnuo, lenor hi h the
Andrews Opera ctuupnnv, revived
new. jesteidny of the death in Ni
Vork Cit.v of ltmlnlti Hcrger, t'amniw
Au-trinn lenor of the Melro'iolitun
0K'rn Company, lie wns tho hui
Lhnud of Madame Itnppolil, uIm n
Rival artist, to whom Sipior (liordauu
nt once sent iv tilcenint e.nreNiiu; hw
condolence; he has miiic mtiny limes
in opera with Madame Knpnold. Mr
Menjer fought in the Austrian tieinh
e riming th" lull and earlv winter
and onutrnctcri llicumntKiu whieh
oniiseri his death. lk was New Yolk's
favorite Wapierinn lenor, and it was
after a porfonnanec of "Die Hotter
tlnmenuu;,'' riuring whieh stimulants
had to he administered to him that
his death oeeiined suddenly and un
GOOD FEATURES AT PAGE THEATRE FOR SUNDAY
ment for military purposes and call- :Krape and rhotodendrons for decora-
Mnitu lit I a I rrt tiitil 1 1 a a.
kiwiia fiiv iinn iiuui tuvu iiiuii.' vi r
no funds to pay drayage from the
Ing to tho colors of tho 1915 re
erults. Oreeeo Is awaiting eagerly
tho decision of tho crown council
concerning Intervention In tho war,
and an Athbns dispatch states that
popular feeling ii In favor of such a
At the Panlnnclle
Tho attack on the Dardanelles
forts Is proceeding steadily, although
It Is still n question what It has ac
complished. A Paris newspaper
states that one third of tho straits
lias been cleared of mines.
KiiKsIa is prosecuting one of the
most vigorous offensive movements
of tho war In the east extending over
tho whole front. A llerlln dispatch
yesterday admitted tho capturo by
tho Russians of Myszynlcc. near the
Trusslan frontier, but In general It
steamer to the fair grounds.
Kvhlhlt Called l'oor
Mr. Carpenter writes: ''It Is piti
ful to seojiow very poor Southern
Oregon exhibits are when compared
with the exhibits of the other fruit
growing actions not only from the
Pacific northwest hut from Canada,
Missouri, New York, and oven for
eign countries. If the Commercial
club exhibit In toto ncrc packed up
and' sent here It would be far finer
than what we have hero now, oven If
tho tombstone and boots were In
"A million people have visited the
Reported by Jackson County Ab
tract Co., Elxtli and Kir Sta.
Heal KMato Transfer
Win, II. Penter et ux to F.
Crouch et ux, lot In Ashland
Jasper J. Maker et ik to W.
A. Pointer. XB see J I T. 37
R. 1 . D
Victor II, Humphreys et ux to
E. J. McAlear, land In sec
2C T. 37 R. 4 , W. I)
Eugene Rice et ux to Frank S.
Miller et ux, lot r. Hum
phrey Knight Add Medford,
U. S. to .Northern Pacific rail
road company, land In Jack
son county and other coun
ties in Oregon, patent.
us to exert ourselves. T can tell you
that tho Rogue river valley nnd es
pecially Medford docs not stand
where It did three or four years ago
exposition In two weeks, and we are when Medford was known as the Host
told by the railroad men that tho
travel has just started. This Is seen
Is asserted Russian attacks aro being to be true when you realize that the
In tho west llkewlre fighting Is
becoming more gcnernl. The battle
In Champngno continues with un
abated ferocity and there aro signs
of Increasing military activity In Ilel
glum. All along tho eastern end of
tho lino to which Germany Is re
ported to be sending reserves thero
Is steady and spirited fighting.
Advance in CliuniiKinno
Announcement was made by tho
French war' office today thnt tho ad
vance of the allied troops In Cham
pngno was continuing. London re
ports the allies aro making slow but
consistent gains in this region, al
though Berlin makes no such con
cessions. Tho general staff of tho
Russian Caucaslon army reported
that a farther advance Into Turkish
Armenia had been made by tho forces
which recontly moved forward from
Jtatum along tho shore of the Illack
Boa. This army Is said to have cut
off Turkish communications with
Russian dispatches state that the
Hussion offensive in Oallcla and Du
kowlna Is gathering force and that
tho Austrlans may he compelled soon
to evacuate llukowlnn. It Is believ
ed at I'etrograd that tho Oreat Aus-tro-Oorman
e'nclrcllng movement In
this region has failed and that tho
right wing of tho Austro-derman Oa-
llcfan army Is in danger
flanked by tho Russians.
low rates were not put Into forco un
til March 1. If you have been read
ing any eastern paper you will Bee
that the trend of travel Is all this
-Wormy Apple Shown
"Wo havo a few Jars of (rult and
some green stuff. Tho latter Is not
only small and III formed but. In or
der I suppose to show all of our re
sources, is actually wormy. My
Idea Is that our fishing, hunting,
gold, minerals, good roads, climate,
citizenship, fruit, general farming,
cities, hotels and in fact all of our
advantages should ho. brought to the
attention of the throngs -who are al
ready visiting the grounds as well aH
to those who are coming out here to
find out what we really havo on thv
"A letter Is a cold thing nnd I may
not bo able to make' you see what I
see. It Is an ahsoluto fact that In
every way tho Willamette valley Is
showing up to a much better advant
age than aro we even In our own
lines of fruit and high class citizen
Sturdy Action Xcodel
"I can not understand why so mo
of tho commercial organizations
havo not followed the lead of Coos
nay and Curry counties which havo
huge exhibits In the Oregon build
ing unless wo aro so well endowed by
nature that wo have come to tho opln-
of being Ion, tho very dangerous and untruo
opinion, that it Is not necessary for
and Llvest Little City in the World.
" should suggest in conclusion
that whatever Is done should be done
with ns little delay as possible and
that a real exhibit be planned and
placed as representative of the really
fine valley we have."
BIG PICTURE FEATURE
AT IT THEATRE
Kidnapped or the mystery of tho
missing heiress is tho bill nt the It
theater today nnd tonight. Tho
mysterious woman Madame Duval
who comes Into this episode of 'Aw
dora Is a now star, beautiful and a
wonderful actress. She becomes Zu
dora's antagonist, and the situations
that develop constantly will ho thrill
ing and full of suspense.
Madame Duval and her hand of
conspirators have the will, which Is
really Zmlora's only title to the fabu
lously wealthy diamond ml lift
HORSEWHIPPED PUBLIC OFFICIAL; TERMED ENTERING POLITICS
TACOXIA, Xrnreli 5. Mrs. Richard
A, Lambert of this city linn the dis
tinction of being the firt woman in I
' tho northwest to horsewhip n public I
Mrs. Lnnilieit is proud of tho dis-
tinctiou. She whipped Counoilnuin A. '
U. .Mill.", eomnilshioncr of public I
ufety, bceniit-e JfilU refused lo re-
instated her husband on the fire de
partment, "Wo women hnvu been given llic
ballot in Wiihhiiigtnu," Paid Mm.
Lambert, nfcr tho horsewhipping-.
"We have used the hallot by entering
polilioq and voting for Rta(o prohi
bition. There's no reason why wp
cnnilof enter polities in other ways
,Hnd demand our rights, just t the
Fironinn Lnmbeit wan crippled op
tho fire department. Ho was dis.
. aij inn nuiiiiiiii'i n. , iiiiiiii ii ii iii mi
charged jiiat n. ho was about to i.k, Ioor ,,,,,,, , ,, mMtm ,u,r nU,r
Sit.' - "
out her horsewhip and laid it acrnsf!
Jhllb' shoulders. A detective at the
for a pension. The commissioner re
fused to give liini bis job again. Mrs
Liiinboit. n lung rawhide horsewhip
concealed in her muff, went to the
"Aro yon going lo reinstate my
huifbnnu'T" sho (Icnmuded, ns she
walked into Conimis.sioiicT Mills' of
fice, ' -4'No, I tun not," replied tho eommis-fiioucr.
"WeU, tako that and ilinl mill
sho had Hayed Mills painfully with
! , . . 7RSW, HEAPACHE
Headache usually comes from a
sluggish liver and bowels. If you
feel bilious, dizzy or tongue is coated
nnd stomach sour, just get a 10-cont
box of Casearols to start your liver
and bowels and your headaches will
ht," cried tip wouinii; ns she jerked ul"1.
to Buy by Mail
Do this Instead zrst.
Come to tho store with your temp
tation. If It's a watch, or ring, or neck
lot, or chain, or brooch.
Or whatever It Is put our values
alongside of what tho mall order
It Isn't likely that after you do that
you will have the slightest desire to
send your money away.
nccauso you will havo no reason
for doing so.
Try It and sec.
Wo match all prices end qualities
and styles and everything else.
2IS East Main St., Medfoi-d, Ore.
E. M. F. Studebaker
Auto, 1911 Model
IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER
NEW REAR TIRES
Crater Lake Motor Car Co.
Au execptioiiallv good pro. mm o ro'cs nsited bv n verlalcntcd suppo
f new releases i shown at the I'agi i. Oilier reels are a Vitngrapb emu
Sunday onl.v. The three p.ut I.Hun ed that makes a big bit, an lvsanny,
fealute, "l.ovo iifAVonicii," is a pnu- "The Dance of Alee lninluineV a
erful drama with an ab-orbiiis: tale, t Itoiy of the northwoods nnd a lliuera
be keynote being the oe of a tern- ph dinma, "Trs of lite I lill-.. Spc-
peniiental wonian. Lilie Leslie and (1 rial iniisie U furnished b Hie Win lit
eorge Soule Spencer pla the lending' xer Oivhestru,
GEORGE BETTS, AN OREGON
CROOK, IS NAQDED
CHICAGO. Mnr. C-Two men be- .,
Unveil hv il... uoIIpa . i.. i,.,r r . n ,u' w,l,w s ",' Clalnoynut and
a gang of five snfeblowers who en-'
tered tho'branch bank ot Montreal at
New Westminster. M. C , September
li, l'.Ul, and escaped with tZ 1 7,000
In Canadian money were arrested
here today. They are (leorgo Webs
ter nnd John lllnghnni-
Susplclon wns directed toward the
men when they entered a private
hank nnd attempted to have :I00 In
Canadian currency ohnnKcd to Amer-;1,,rn""' '!,,,l
. ,,, ,, , . .
ican inns, i ne police were cnneu nun
as they entered tlie two men drew re- j
vohers and started for the sldo door. '
Two members of the ang nre now I
serving sentences In ltritlsh Cobiin
hla. Two others escaixtj from the
police In 1912 after beating Lieuten
ant Hums unconscious.
MADAME WINTERROfll. who Is
one of the most famous renders of
life's Hosieries In the world, should
be consulted upon all mutters. .She
will astonish you. Iter ninny years
before the public has proen her re
liability. Her great knowledge of
the true science of palmistry Is based
on Infallible principles and demon-
Lawrence Underwood, of Omuls
Pass, spent Saturday morning In tho I
city visiting with friends and attend- j
Ing to business matters. j
I MroR )
MADE T8 ORDER
FROM $25.00 UP j
Also Cleaning, Pressing nnd Altering
I2BE. MAIN. UPSTAIRS I
208 East Main Struct
Thy Only Hxulusivo
in Soul horn Oregon
Ncn lives Made any timo 01
place bv appointment
We'll do the rest
T) WESTON. Prnn
v- 's Ctt.ifimHHw
Here's the car tliat has all tho features of a $1,000 car, and
The New 1915 Model Has 17 New Features
Sims real high-tension magneto; sliding gear transmission;
left-hand drive; center control, anti-skid tires on rear, and all high
priced car features. The easiest car in the world to drive.
A great big, handsome, powerful, swift-running REAL auto
mobile. The greatest hill climber in the world.
The car that lias set the whole country talking.
With electric starter and electric lights $55 extra.
Holds the Road at SO Miles an Hour
No Need to Take the Risk
There Is no really good ronson for lenvlng your valu
ables In some liiHcuuto place. They should have tho Abso
lute Protection or our Klio and Margins Proof Vault,
where wo luno Safe Deposit lloxes for lent as low art
:' 00 and up ycr year.
over ec vEAnn UNOtn our management
PRICES F. O. B. FACTORY
POWELL AUTO CO.
THE WEYERHAEUSER SILO
IS BUILT TO LAST A LIFETIME
Permanency of couMrtictlon In one of the lilt; fenturen of Wl'.VI'lt.
ll.i:t'Si:it .sILO. They were hullt to Imil n life time and moio too,
The tdlo li an culnhlltdicd ractor In the economical life of tho mod.
ern farmer. It In no experiment farmeiH now realUo the nllo lo bo
an ultra-profllnble Inventmeiit -piovlded that the ItKlllT KIMt of a
hIIo Id boui'Jit.
CiicceNHful iiKiiite Iiiik proen that the WIIVntltACfMCIt In tho
ItKlllT KIMt of a Mlo.
tiiini: i,i)its Pitevi: tiik si'i:ii.
tuitn v in vi:vi:itii.i:t'Hi:it hii.o
I. It'i nlt'tlKht coiiMtructlon meaiiH
!! .Scleiillflrnlly deigned, and tlr
nnteed iinchoraKe n)nteiu.
H Perfectly bnlauced, innyto-nvliu:,
I. Safety trend Imlder.
'. Specially rolled uteel hoonn, thor
(i UK Illy tented.
I Specially downed, 8i:i.l'-At)-JCSTINU
7 Striven made fiom nlr-drled Dour
Inn fir In the Inrt'.ent Mlo factory In tlm
vimti-: von oi it hii.o hook its iiii:i:
BIG PINES LUMBER CO.
Means Protecting your crops, antl slock from damage
your pastures from outside stock prcvcntlntj need
PAGE FENCE IS THE BEST
Insurance you can uuy for your properly
Its permanent Insurance against crop losses and rav
ages of stock.
It works for your continuously, year after year. "
It gives better protection than any other fence.
It gives you good honest value for every dollar spent. "
Another carload shipment Just received.
GADDIS & DIXON
"THE PAGE FENCE MEN"
134 North Riverside
Buyers to Share in Profits
Lower Prices on Ford ;jCars .
Kffectlvo from Am;unt 1, 19U, to AiiKiiut 1. 101D, ami Ktmrnntcml
uKiilnHt any rodiictlon durliiK tlmt time:
ToiuIiik Cur ...llll0
ltunuboiit -1 10
Town Cur ., 411)0
V, O. H. Detroit. All cnrH fully oqillpiledi , ""
' (in mo unueu hiuich or Aiuencii uniy.j " . ijr
'Kurthor, wo will bo nblo to obtnln tho maximum efficiency In our
' factory production, nnd tho mlnlmulu cot In our purchuHluc and
buIoh doimi tiuonlu If wo can ronch an output of 300,000 earn between
tho nbovo datcH.
And should wo reach thin production wo nwreo to pay nH tho buyor'H
retail buyer who purchases a now Ford cur between August 1,
Hhuro from S10 to JdO per car (on or about AkurI 1, IIMB) to ovory
1f'l I. mid AiiKUHt J , 1 U 15.
For furthor purtlculuiH rogardlnc thimo low prlceH-iind liroflt-Hluir-Iiik
plnu, flop tho ncarcHt Ford IJraitch qv Doalor.
t Ford Motor Car Company
G. E. GATES. Acrent...... .
Kini1n llujIilliiK AliHUonl, Oit'f0M