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MEDFORD MATH TTUTWNK MEDFORD. OlWflbN, TUESDAY, MARCH n, 101,1.
BRITAIN PLANS TO
FOR ALL FACTORIES!
LONDON March J.'-A Ornsttc
amendment to tlio ilofonso o( the
taalm act, unexpectedly presented to
the Iioubo of commons this afternoon
by Chancellor or the Kxchequcr Lloyd
Heorgo, imaseil till Ita Hinges. The
chancellor proposed that the govern
ment be empowored to commandeer
alt factories required for war pur
Up to tho present firms and fac
tories alrcndy producing war mater
ials could bo takun under govern
ment control. The amending bill of
tlift chancellor extends tills power to
cover all other concerns which the
government may wish to utllUo for
Mr. Lloyd George laid particular
emphasis upon his statement that
only tho duration, but the success of
the war depended ukmi tho output
of munitions. Tho government, he
declared, proposed to organize tho en
tire engineering community through
committee headed by business men
With the Idea of assisting in the in
crease of output
DRAWS LARGE CROWD
COLLEGE GIRL WRITES FAIRY PLAYS AND BOOKS ON PROBLEMS
ENJOYED BY MANYi
Tho First M. E. church of Medford
was filled to Its capacity Sunday
night by Medford people who hod
gathered to listen to the lecture on
Lincoln, delivered by Dr. C. K. Cllno,
of Portland. Every available seat in
the church was tilled and standing
room in tho aisles and tho vestlbulo
was at a premium.
Dr. Cllnc's lecture was attended by
members of the O A. K. and W. U.
C. and to them did his lecture seem
tho most Impressive, still all pres
ent listened with the mort earnest
and devouring attention to every
MIm Alice (icrstenberg whose dra
matization of "Alice In Wonderland"
Is one of the stage successes of the
season has turned rrom fairy tales
and "little plays" to a serious con
sideration of social and economic
conditions that affect women, and in
'her new novel, "Tho Conscience ol
Surah Piatt," these subjects are madu
(the basis of an Interesting romance.
Although she but recently grad
uated from llryn Mawr college Miss
Oerstcnberg has two novels nnd sov
eral plays to her credit. Her home
Is in Chicago.
IN ALSACE WORSE
RUMANIA EMPOWERED TO
DECLARE MARTIAL LAW
BUCHAREST, Rumania, March C.
The Rumanian senntc adopted today
n bill cmpowcrinE tho government to
proclaim mnrtial law throughout the
country whenever it deems such a
BERNE, via Paris, March 9.
Hood conditions in Alsace are stead
ily becoming worse nnd serious dnm
nge already has been canned. Com
munication between Altkirch nnd
Mulhnuscn has been interrupted. The
lower part of Atlkireh is under wa
ter, as is the village of lllpt'urt and
many other places in the valley.
Troops havo pone to the assistance of
the inhabitants, whose safety is men
aced by the high water. i
In the upper ranees of the Yo.'.ges
mountains the snow is still from six
to ten feet deep nnd military opera
tions arc virtually at u standstill.
IKxJgc Car Arrives
The long looked for and much
talked of Dodge car has arrived nnd
Is being admired by all. It can be
seen at tho Crater Lake Motor Car
company and is for sale by A. A. Ber
nard and Court Hall.
DESTROYED BY FIRE
All those who were fortunate
enough to hear lli ditto's addresses
both Sunday and Monday evenings at
the Methodist church upon tlu sub
jects of "Lincoln," and "Love Mak-I
tng and Mnrrlngo" are loud In their
praise of the doctor.
It was through the efforts of the
ulslted the mUiilc, and Mis. J, K,
IIuwUIiih gnvo it iciidlim which was
reiiilcied In a manitiM' pleasing lo the
audleiito mid up to tho standard of
her mm til luudllloiis.
The ICpworth League and Its off!'
vers deserve ciedll for bringing to tho
city such an able man as I Jr. CI I no
which shows the nclvlty and the high
standard of service they believe lit
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It his hoped that this Is only n he- hacked h.v one of (ho largest and 'most '
gluiiliig of the Intellectual treats In active young pcoplu's orgiiiilxiitlonii In
store for the people of Medford vouthorn' Oregon,
HKl.tMtUMANT IIOMH DOCTDIIM.
Is what women are called who all
oer this broad hind make their an
nuiil collections of roots and herbs,
and rely upon recipes which our plo-
Epwortlt League of the M. E. church . neer mothers found dependable for
that this able nnd effective speaker different family ailments. In one of
was secured. Sunday evening the these recipes, Lyilln E. Plnkhain'H
church was packed to overflow ninny Vegetable Compound had It proved
being turned away for the lack of , that there Is hardly a city, town or
hamlet lit America where some wom
an who has been restored to health
by Its HMO does not reside.
.4 X 1
Kivcs you power plus. Easier
starting on chilly inorniuns, no
tiouliluMMiie carlmn. A refinery
Knsulinr distilled, redistilled,
then purified. Dealers every
Standard Oil Company
Dr. Cllno knew Lincoln personally
and thereforo could speak of his do
mrfttlc life, hnblts. tmrnonnlttv In a
manner as only ono could who had I Mg;;M;;M
come in personal touclt wtlt sucit a
For 30 minutes ho held his aud
ience spell bound on Monday even
ing, much practical adUce was given j
to the young and old as to love mak-1 ,
Ing and marriage.
Tho orchestra of eight pieces fur-
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Don't Merely "Stop" a
Slop lkr TMac tksr rauir It
4 Ik Couxh Villi
Klre last night at 11 o'clock de
stroyed a vacant bungalow near the
Trail Lumber 'company, causing a
property loss of over J2000. The
bungalow was the property of Mr.
Snider, of Itiverslde avenue. The
origin of the blaze is unknown, but a
tramp's pack found near the de
stroyed homo leads the authorities to
bcllevo that wandorers, who evi
dently slept in the houso had be
come careless and thrown a lighted
cigarette on tho floor, thus causing
it to Ignite and destroy the home.
The fire department, at midnight
answered a call to Rates garage.
The blaxo was quickly extinguished
and no damage was done. Dcfectlvo
wiring Is blamed.
Mrs. S. Jones and daughter, of
llorubrook, Cal are guests at the
A cough Is rcallr one of our lt .
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friend. It warn us that there U in
flammation or obstruction in a danger
ous pine-, 'therefore, when jon gt-i a
bad cuititn don't proceed t dew' jonrirlt
with a lot of drugs that merely "stop"
the cough temporarily by itcadrnlng tlw
throat nerves. Treat the ciuio lical the
inflamed tntmbrancs. Here U a home
made remedy that et rlulit at tlie cume
and will make an obntlrmte reugli vanlili
moro quickly than jon orr thuught ixts-slblr.
Put 24 ottnecs of Plnex (flO cents
worth) in a pint bottle and fill the bottle
with plain granulated ntigar svrtip. This
irivrs vnu u full nlnt nf ifiA itm iitM,.nt
and effective cough remedy yon ever ud, I
ni n coi oi oniy in rents, iso notner to X
prepare. Kull direction with Plnrx,
It hrnl the Inflnnted mrtnbranes so
gently and promptly that you wonder
flow It does It.
AIno'Ioom-iiii ii dry, hosrso !
or tight couch nnd stops the formation of
phlegm in the throat nnd bronchial tubes,
thus ending the persistent loose coti;di.
Plnex s a highly concentrated com
pound of Norway pine extract, rich In
inmlacol, and is famous the world over
lor its healing effect on the membranes.
To avoid dlaapnolntment. nk your
flrtlL'irlnt for "?U ntnn nf PIh." in,l
don't accept nnvflililw ele. A guarnnteo
pf alMoltitc satufactlon, or money prompt-
Most Complete Stock of Tires in Southern Oregon
Goodrich Plain Tread
Goodrich Safety Tread
Ajax Plain Tread
Ajax Non Skid Tread
Goodrich Silvertown Cord
Kiiight Plain Tread
Knight Non Skid Tread
When You Think of Tires Think of Gates
C. E. GATES
lr refunded, goon trlth thl preparation. 2 . . . .
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CASH BUYS MORE
American Lady Corsets y
Give the Modish Figure
The glorious springtime has come and our spring apparel is here. Every day's express is bringing in more of the latest creations from New X
York. We invite you to come in and feast your eyes on these new things. We are at your service at all times to show these goods. Make 4
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your selection cany wiuic uic bcuuiv ia cumpicic.
of shepherd check, galjerdiiie, poplin,
serge and other fabrics. Priced $10.00
and upwards. One lot of unusual values
Coats of white Chineilla, English eovei t,
serge, shepherd check and plaid niixtur
er. Modest prices $5.00 and upwards.
Preferred shades arc sand, putty, Bel
gian green, black and navy.
A fine new stock of dresses in daincy
models poplin, crepe de chine and
serges. A lovely exhibit in all shades
and pleasing color combinations. Priced
For Men, Women and
This store enjoys the reputation of
selling better shoes for the inonoy
and every effort has been made in
our spring buying to maintain this
Ladies' patent buttom in the new
toe and heel $3.75
Ladies' Mary Jane pump patent
Same in gun metal .'. $2.75
Mary Jane pump for misses and children in patent gun metal
and kid, priced $1.00 to $2.15
Special for men a good gun metal, wilt, dress shoe, button or
lace .. $2.08
Parry shoes for men in all tho new things $3.50 to $5.00
An all leather calfskin shoe for boys, sizes 11 to 1H 1-2....$1.25
Parefoot sandals, white canvas Oxfords for men, women and
children and outing shoes for boys now in stock.
The kind you'd like to wear the kind you
ought to wear at a .price, von can afford.
$17.50 to $25.00
Other makes $10.00 and upwards,
Specials for Men
A new up to date hat $1.30
A better hat new shape and color ..$1.05
Our famous J3. and W. shirt 05
A gorgeous army of Necktics..l3and 23
Canvas gloves, paiw 5
Extra value socks, black, gray or tan, two
pair for 25
Leather worl? gloves 25
"UiffHill" work shirt, can't be boat....50
A big special in Men's Caps 30
A good heavy work sock, II pair 25
Khaki pants for men, special $115
Same in boys' sizes $1.00
The greatest array of wash dress goods this store has ever
shown. Crepes, Lawns, .Klaxons, Voile, Tissues and Silk
stripes, 8 1-3 to 50 yard. "We are anxious to show them
Pest Children's IIoso PursonJloso
Calicoes Two Pair for Ladies ....
5$ 25 19 ,
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A big can
S e want your business, not because TTIE GOLDEN PULE originated tho UNDERBUY AND UNDERSELL, nor for anv ro asons save thoso of prices, and service. AVe do chum that there is
morpot mutuality between JTIE GOLDEN RULE and its customers than exists elsewhere. Perhaps one of the chief reasons lies in our ability to do more for our customers. We can take euro of
practically his ontiro wants; but back of this feeling of mutuality lies the principle of the square deal, the supreme satisfaction of hav ing saved our customers ten lo twentv per cent on their nurehaso.
i our money hack if you are not perfectly satisfied. Yours, ---
MERIT IS THE TRADE
MARK OF SUCCESS
C. W. WHILLOCK & SON
VALUE IS THE TRUE
TEST OF CHEAPNESS