Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 02, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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WTFTVFOttD anvm trtrunr MF.nForcn. oreoon. frtday. April 2, ioin
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FRENCH GO BACK THOUSANDS OF YEARS FOR TRENCH WFAPON
iiionlH. No new nu'ii without mill
liny iHiiieiicii will ho taken In I lie
cotupmi.v nftoi' May h ns the coin
puny is expeeling to enter nil coin
petiiimiH mid first place cuit not he
won with u lot of inoMcs,
Those who have not utlniued the
highest el'lieleuev will be left nt
home Ihls vein' aeeniillnu lo Cmiliiiu
Vmiee, nnd smno '(if tho older men 'i
wlio huvo not been liny loo rcgiiliii' In
ntleuilmico ul dilll me hiiIiI lo he mi
the mixioiiH sent unit mo Inking ml
vmituge of the miihllv drills uud in
Mlutelioii school in clung' of Sei
geaut (liinlee, of I ho ii'jjiiliir iiiiny,
who in ut pieNeut iihHlgued lo the
Till compunv.
PREPARE FOR BIG
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SEEKS FIRST PLACE
NEXT ENCAMPMENT
IEAI
STATES DEFENDANT
ASHLAND PY
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SEVENTH COMPANY
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ASHLAND, Apt-It 2.--Pamnn mul
Pythias bid fnlr (o ro-cstnljlHh tholr
hnhltat atnotiK tho frMrrnal orders
of Ashland. On Thursday nlRht num
hcrs of Granite City IoiIro. K. P., to
jicllmr with the Pythlnn Slstors nnd
visitors fin m Tnllsmitn, l.ndgo of Moil
font, mot In Moqsu hh In social st-s-nlon.
Tjicro was a proRrnni and linn,
quot. Chief lntrM conlercd ovr
arrniiKOmeiilB for ail opocli-iuarkliiK
Ktitlu'rltiK of thi order at Crntcr
Lake on tho 1 Ktli of next AiiRU.it.
when tho third and principal rank of
Pythlanlsnl will ho conferred on n
Inrgo class among tho wotnl sur
roundings of tho Crator roplon, tho
premises having been leased from tho
Rovcrnmoiit for ono day only for that
particular purpose. This ceromenoy
promlsos to rival in mysticism tho
cermnonlnls of the Hhrlners within
tho recesses of the (Irnnd Canyon of
Colorado In Arliona. This novel
project wan tho main topic of dlscus
nlon at tho social gathering and In
tho mcnlntlmo local member of tho
order will co-operate with outsiders
in arrangements which will make the
innorntlon scoro a success In tho his
tory of like undertakings.
Xcw Club Secretary
On April 1 D. "D. Xorrls took over
tho duties of secretary of the com
mercial club, having been appointed
to tho position sometime ago. He
succeeds George W. Scaler, who re
sumes tho practice of law here, with
desk room for the present In Ilodgo
son's realty office.
SoiikIiI by l'lillmnn Co.
W. Lucas; special envoy of the
Pullnian company, was hero Thurs
day looking for a certain John T.
Williams, who claims to hall from
Ashland by virtue of thus registering
at hotels In other towns. Tho party
sought was wanted as a witness by
tho Pullman people, but ho couldn't
be found, occupying cither an upper
or lower bf-Tl". In this town.
After their customary winter trip
to, southern climes, Mr, nnd Mrs. C.
P. Shepherd have returned home.
This particular outing Included n vis
it to both of the big Panama exposi
tions and a wide extent of California
territory.
isV,Y YORK. April ..-I'm mine
Ciirliono cnntiniu'il to testify in hi-
nnti lit'linlf when (he trial of liimM'lf
niiil Prank Almrno, lU'etiM'tl of nt
trpiilinj: to vi t off homlm iu St. Pn-
tiii'k t'ntlieilrn) wim ieniued tnihn.
fnrlione denied mixinj; the in-
giedieti for Ilic IioiiiIh, jnt; tins
liaJl lurn done by t'olignitui, tin de
lit'tive who is sniil lo huve um-neied
(Ik nll('K'l plot, lie ileseritieri lutw
tile deteelixe made the bombs, lie
Mttd Poliunmii told him the lollow
iiig Tuesday would be the best time
lo plant the Immlis.
"I promised to no nlong," Hie wit
ness stiid, "but I lititl not the slight
est intention of doing so."
Onibone snid polieeuu'U nt police
lieuitiuntters s(ruek him when In
sniil he eould not implicate for In
Trcscn, ihe Iudiistiitil Wnrkei of
the World nrptniirer, nnd others.
Cuptniu Tuniiey, he declared, 'aid
that if he did not give Mieh teti;
mony he would get from 40 to 50
veurs.
IS
LIFE IMPRISONMENT
ON WEDDING DATE
SAGINAW. Mien.. April 2. Rob
ert Smith of Cleveland was sentenced
to llfo imprisonment todny for the
murder lato yesterday of Mrs. Grace
Stcinhauscr of this city, to whom he
was to have been married last night
Smith began serving his sentence
less than twenty four hours after the
murder, Smith met Mrs. Stcinhauscr
in tho county jail recently, while
serving a sentence for vagrancy.
I0WLBY QUITS AS
HIGHWAY ENGINEER
SALEM, Ore., April 2. Henry L,
Howlby, who was succeeded today by
K. I. Cnntlne, ad state highway engi
neer, last night formally notified Gov
ernor Wlthycombo that he would not
act as special engineer to completo
unflnlshod highway work in Hood
Itiver county, as tho highway com
mission had proposed. Dowlby told
tho governor that tho attorney gener
al advised Jilni, that legally tho work
could only be dono by the highway
engineer. Tho governor In a state
ment termed Dowlby's chargo that he
had been influenced to chango high
way engineers by contractors as "an
absolute? falsehood." Dowlby left
tho office In chargo of a clerk. Can
tine is expected to receive his com
mission as highway euglnecr tomorrow.
The uro of the silo throughout the
year Is finding favor with many stock
keepers. It is quite difficult to ob
tain a profit on pasture which Is on
land worth $100 or more per acre.
During drouth seasons, the pasture Is
often so poor that it affords little or
no feed, hut the interest on the In
vestment, nnd the taxes must bo
found. There is no question but
what tho use of tho silo for summer
feeding will make rapid gains during
tho next few jears and will soon
come Into common use. The millions
of tons of corn stalks and rough for
age which are now annually going to
waste will find use In the form of
sllngc and will make possible not
only a cheaper production of stock
nnd stock products, hut will also
make It possible to increase tho profit
of stock raising. Farmers who arc
complaining of low profits from cat
tle, should make a study or tho silo,
as they will find a means to increaso
their profits nnd do this with less
labor.
Tho silo Is n forage bank which If
put into goricral use will save a vast
amount of valuable feed and bring a
great wealth to our people.
(lien! neliil, is lieinij ill pln,vetl ill
IJie piesenl (into iu Seventh eonipiiii,
n f fnirs. The ediet beinn Iusueil that
dml.v ill ills will he held Ihmuuh the
month of April iu older to htlnjj ov
erv member up to u point of el'lie
lenev lluvt will lenve no loom for
question its lo the eonipnny eveelliiig
iu the ill ill movements nl the next
eiienuipttieiit.
I .ii I veur the Kiuhtli emuimiiv of
I'm timid juM uied the Seventh
eonipnny out of liisi plnee hv only u
I w point hi !'i in the Inure! pin 'li
with the bin vuns, us well in in the
eninpi'tilinn ni the Knc I'niniviil pit
mile, nnd litis eiir the loenl eoiutnii
expect to cm iv off nil luuiois. The
ciieiiiiipiiieui will be held this cni'
I'm m .lime Kith to aJ7th, iillowiuu the
men one iluv ut I'oithind to tnl.e in
the Hose Ciunivtil.
t l'ri'.k.tu ii I., iiiiiin. i.imi.i in fiuifiiii
The rutopult, hurling missiles by menus of u spring much on the order , . . ..... . , ....
..,.,,.,. . J... i . .. .1. ""nut ten ndditiouul men to fill up
of n boys slitig.shot, Is modern 'Uon of war. the ilcilcc uns the itrllW ,, , , , ,
.i . . i i i . .. . ... i . 'he gups' mnde lv nlisen'eei unit
leo of the undents mul wis usts: ult h effect eeu up to the middle uges. , . , . . ,. , i
i ,. ,,,,,., , . i. ...... i T. i lnsses tlirouuh expiration of enlist.'
The KixMirli find tlutt Iu rln ttx'ucli work the rntupult of the kind hi tills i
picture IhiMn field urtllloi-j. When this ptrtuiv xns taken (ienitnu tiviu'lies u . . .
trt only :tO iutls distant mul the machine liuilotl liauil gix'imiles and small HCTC IS (lOOQ IlCVVS
iMimbs down ujMin the foo. Willi the two llius this rlos field guns Ik'IiIikI r CniaK UiVlimc
the 1'ivnrli would ciium nlmost as nuit-li ilmunge to them ns tn the tierumus. I lOf 3lUllla(.n YlLrllUS
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XKW YOUK, Airll 2 From thirty
to forty thousand untlvo workers In
the sugar fields of Porto lllco have
been on strike for on Increasu In pay
from fifty to seventy five cents a day,
according to J. C. Dills, chief of tho
Dureau of Labor of tho Porto Itlcan
government, who arrived here on the
steamship Philadelphia. '
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TO PAGE THEATRE
"Cnliinu" by Ontiulle ! Aiinuzi .
the i'muous Italian poet uud drmniit-
Specials for Saturday
Tut II Pi'i'spiiI Supply
1.'.'
I'iiiPiipplp
Is Sold,
iro
U'w AspnniKiis '.:....! ...r....'.'. 125
nop hot tip Olives . ;.:...;:...;.'..;...: JlOtf
LTir
!!... rp.
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dili't Soap
And OtliPi Mnriiins
Mty
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Mcdford Grown Aspargus and Radishes
SPRING LAMB
MILK FED VEAL
CHICKENS
Warner, Wortman & Gore
Plitnio 701 and 7012
Soino very remiirkuble results are
being obtained by treating stomach.
liver and lutentlnal tumbles with
pure vegetable oils, which exert a
cleaiiKlug, soothing nnd purlflng
action upon the lower bowels, roiunv
lug tho oUitructlons of poisonous
fecal matter and gases mul prevent
ing their nhnnrptlnn by tho blood
is. which is declared to be the
woild's innsterpiece iu motion ;iic
turi's, will be tho attraction nt the
I'nye Theater WVdncsduv mid Tint in-
This done, tho food allowed free pas
sago from the stomach, fermentation
censes ami stomnch troubles quickly
disappear.
George H. Mayr, for twenty years
,n leaning ciucago uruggist. cureii
day, April 7th and Sth It inn t'otir himself nnd many of his friends of
solid months in New York to filpa' Mlv'iitoiiinch, liver and intestlnnl troubles
DIcO.
DeLnskie J. Mathes, auditor of the
Mcdford National Hunk, died from
tltlA i ill tit lit tit J 111 It Mat 1 .1 1 tjjltltll
Inllv tr,.,.t ..( 80 this .....niiiiL'. " "everlum been cqiinle.l m .1 t, hands of drugglits all oor
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after nu illness of about ten days
house mid for lone periods in other
large cities of this country. For
muguificeuce mid splendor, the ifo-
of years' standing by this treatment,
nnd so successful wni the remedy he '
devised that It has since been placed '
duration. Dcccm-cd was burn October
l.'i, 18(1'.)'.), uml was a native of In
diana. He is Minixcd by a wife and
mm her. The f uncial urmugciiientN
liuve not been completed but will iu
nil probability be held Sunday after
noon nt U:00 o'clock. Mr. Mnthcs
wiis a resident of this city for the
Ins six years, entiling- lieio from
Portland. During this period he has
been iu the employ of the Mcdford
National Hnuk us teller. He wu
well uml widelv known in his citv.
lihotoplay while there is n tender love' th,. country, who hnc sold thous-
inteiest which sturts nt the. opcumij, ,..h of bottles.
and runs thrmiuliniit.
REOnGANIzXflQACT "
FOR STON & MAINE
Al'Ol'STA, .Me., April ''. An act
providing for the rcnrguur,utioii of
the Hostoii & Manic railroad was
signed by flovernor Curtis tinluy. It
will not become ctfectic until similar itlou or quibble If ONI-: bottle falls
'legislation is enacted iu Mussic)iiis-1 to gl )ou absoluto satisfaction,
letts and New Hntupshire. I Pd. Adv.
Though absolutely hnrmless, the
effect of the medicine Is sufficient to
convince any ono of Its remnrkable '
effectiveness, nnd within 2 1 hours
the sufferer feels like a new person.
Mnyr's Wonderful Itomedy Is sold by
lending druggists everywhere with,
the positive understanding that your
money will be refunded without qiics-
'"l'lii- Oivlmrdisls' I'Yioiiil"
Taylor's
Tycos
Thermometers
Tell The
ra.viminn mul iMiulniiiin, lium
balor, Hath, Dairy.
MEDFORD PHARMACY
9,
FRECKLES
Now is tho Time to Get Hid of TIicm
Ugly fipotN
There's no longer the slightest
need of feeling ashamed of your
freckles, ns tho prescription othlno
doublo strength Is guaranteed to
remove these homely spots,
Simply get an ounce of othlno
doublo strength from any drug
gist and apply a lltlo of It night
and morning ami xou should soon
eee that even the worst freckles havo
bgun to disappear, while tho lighter
ones have vanlshod entirely. It Is
seldom that moro than an ounce Is
xeeded to completely clear tho skin
and gain a beautiful clear complex
Jo, Dq sure to ask for tho double
strength othlno ns this Is sold un
wi Kiiarantw QJL"9ny hack Jf It
, falls to repinvo freckles.
(Paid Adv.)
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MANNS
THE WOMEN'S STORE
Central Ave. Near P. O.
MAIL ORDERS
AVe invito you to send us
your ordci's by mail. Wo
prepay all express and
freight eliarges. (live ns a
trial order.
MANNS
TIIIOAVOMKN'S STORK
Central Ave. Near P. O.
AVe strive at all times to
firry a eonmlete stock of
"Women's Wear. Wo be
lieve our prices are riiht.
We aim to tfivo tfood service.
THINGS YOU NEEDZFOR EASTER DAY
PARASOLS
The best assortment of
the latest ideas in Para
sols. The new "Palm
Beach" and "Bell"
shapes, special values at
$1.25, $1.98. $2M,
$4.98
NEW CORSETS
Warner's Rust-Proof
Corsets, new models,
special, (II "i
pair w JL
Tied Fern Corsets, front
lace, new" models, very
s ecial, L
pair.. . PtC
New liraisseries, nicely
trimmed, well made,
very special, CQ
pair Oy
Cloodwin Front
Corsets, very
special, pair ..
Lace
MUSLIN1UNDERWEAR
7)aiuty New Envelope
Chemise, spe- QQ
cial, each yO
Marcella Coinbinatioii
Suits, special, fi("Q-
each Ov
IJeaiitiful new Corset
Covers, special,
each
29c
New Skirls, nicely trim
med, very CQ
special, each .. ) L
New Combination Suits,
special at, QQ.
each O
New Crepe Clowns, verv
special at, QQX
owl). . .. .. 70
GLOVES
Tho Boat Stock in Town.
SPECIAL Porrins'
Two-Clasp Kid (Hove,
black with white emb.
back, white with black
emb. back, also colors,
...$1.25
special,
pair
$2.50 WAISTS
$1.39
Just received, 10 doz. Silk
Waists in plain and fancy,
all sizes, worth up to $2.50,
sale price, (J i Q
oach tPl.Oy
NECKWEAR
2o ov.. fine Organdie Col
lar and Sets, all new styles,
on sale Saturday,
eacn
29c
$20 DRESSES
$12.50
A new shipment of fine
Silk Dresses, made in this
season's most, up-to-date
styles, some worth $20.00,
now at, (!1 t A
each .. ..(PlsjU
EIBBON
5000 yards AH-Silk .Rib
bons, in narrow and wide
widths, very "i A
special, yard .. . . JL Jj
Best Line of Knit Underwear
"Women's Union Suits, all
sizes, cheap at ttfic, J-
very special, suiti..O
AVomen's Comfy Cut 1 r
Vests, special each .... Jv
"Women's Sleeveless Vests,
all sizes, very spe- A
cial, each J. jj
AVoinen's fine grade Union
Suits, worth 75c, GTQ-
very special, cadi. Osj
Children's Knit
very special at,
each
wr..:,...
m uim.
15c
Infants' Vests, all lCn
sizes, special, each.tJ
Best Line of Cotton and Silk Hosiery
Best line of Cotton Wom
en's Black Cotton Hose, a
good 25c value,
special, pair. ..
Women's Silk Hose, in
black and white, OC
very special, pair JJ
15c
Women's Fibre Silk Hose
in white, black and tan,
very special, per 4 0
pair tcO
Kayser's Silk J lose, all
colors, very
special
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GHILDRENS'
DRESSES
A Now Department
Children's Dress, Hat and
Parasol, ages (5 to t-l J com
plete for, per (J A Q
a set tJjU.rlO
50 fine Clingham Dresses,
all colors, sizes ( to 11,
very special, each.
69c
Daintv new Dresses for
Children, mado of 1'iuo
dress gingham,
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98c
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