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MEDF0R7) MATJJ TRTT3UNR, MICDFOTtD OHRGON, TUESDAY, AVHUj 0, 1015
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NI'.W YoillC, April (l.-Tlio iUi.
llllll 111' wllldi (if 1 1 10 VlllillllH IMIIltCIIll
'rn for (ho lit'iivywdftlit rhnniiliin-
Hlllp vll 1)0 till I'll-Ht l IllTMIIIIlltl .ll'HH
Wlllurtl tit iicocjil u i'lmlhiii) to fiftlit
for tho tlllo, wiim tin I'liii'f Hiiliji'i-t
iHriviiHNt'it iii Jfnw York HpoitiiiK 'lr
i'Ich tmliiy. Tlint thoro will lie no
linl of I'fl'oit to Induce Williinl (o
fiitlit in N'v York wiih imlliMiti'il by
tint I'lii'l tlmt u Kiiurnntrt1 of $15,1)1)0
wiih olTciTil liy Hilly (lilmon, tiiiiu
np'r of litu Colfny, for a tcn-muiid
limit with Williinl in MuilUon Hipum
(lunli'ii Honii) tinio in May. Coffey,
the Dublin (iiiuil, will fiKlit ('ml Mnr
tin in n ti'ii-roiuiil limit lino tomorrow
Hull KitsiiiinioiiM, fnniii'rly liriivy-wri(-lit
rliiiiiipiiin, wiih among tliimo
who i.pu,nKi'il pliMihiiro at Willanl'M
vii'lory. "I am an chitl aH 1 I'aii b
that tint titlit has eotno hack to tin1
while ran'," ho Hiihl. "I am ivnlly
mupriNi'il hi'oaiiHi I iliiln't think Ii,hn
cmilil ilo il. I iliiln't think ho hail a
I'liiuii'o in (ha world. Johnson iiuihI
havii koiid hai'k mtv much during tin
last fow yea in. If hu wiih half the
mini ha wim uhi'ii ho mil Jeffries ha
would luiM' puihoil WilliinlV faro all
over Culm. Williinl will hohl the title
for a lone "inc. lie is (he host of
tlm wholn flock of 'while hop ami
then' in iiono in nltit who ran heat
SAYS BABSON; COUNTRY NEEOS NEW CLASS OF PEOPLE
Even (ho Animals Arc Lnzy In An
clcnt Country of Hid Incas Ex
ploitation liy Outslilrrs Is Really
VOIE ON DRY ISSUE
riltCAdO, April II. Tlm principal
Smii'k in the township elections in
fiy-fit Illinois townships toilay is
thlwet or dry ipn'stion. Nearly 1(10
imliiix, it is ostllmati'il, will ho i-Iiih
I'llViMilil tlm anti-Hulomi forces win,
In lihtion to tho saloon, many heer
jh'iUitv llcciiseH in country viIIiikcs
inn f n affected liy the vote.
weeks a Mrcinmus niiiipiiipi
liiiwwi conducted in tlm hovcrnl
towlnH. Tho anti-saloon forces
tire liiiiiij their hopes on I lie woman
Ii4 nnmher of townships tmlay's
clectL will ho followed April '-Ml by
ity Id mIIuku elections, in which
tilt' ILiiko or no liccnio fight will
Don'tfad to hu at tho mediae on
Wcilnosly, April 7, to help iirruugo
plans t& tlm aaniial Valley Pride
rrt'itincrtiiionii! and Apiilcuati! Valley
Hchool tllil nieel. County Superin
tendent k It. ('huso will ho present.
lamcHlO'llritii diovn to .Medfonl
Alice Hmgliuui spviit the week's
end with her parents on Thompson
Mrs. ,iiin llerrmtt and Alice Per
noll piircliaseil n new' I 'old car from
the C. 12. (J,i(ck coinpany last week.
I'dith Knhli got (piito n serious fall
at Hcliool hist week, which nccesM.
taled her being ahseat for a few
days. ,Nio is getting nlnng nlrighl
Helen and Chiulcs Mce spent Kan
tor Sunday with their parents,
Supervisor CIiiimi visited tlm mdionl
AVvdnesilny. u gave ns a very in
tcrfNlltiK llk during tlm first period.
Mr. Hrown'H Imhy has heen Kink
for the past few diiyH, l)r, Sweeney
visited him and proiiotiueed the cause
On account of sickness, Otto and
Fred Mutism arc, nnahlo to attend
Will (Iriovo and finally visited at
tlm hiHim of Mrs. T. W. Ilorriott Has
Tlioro will Im no hcIiodI on Wed
iiesday, April 7, tlm school hoard hav
ing given this day an the annual vis.
iling day for tonehern. Tlm (oaeherK
hero hava taken iidviiiitiigo of this
opportunity and In company wit Ii Su
pervisor A. It. Chase, will visit, tlm
nenrhy Hchoolri,in .loHcphino oounly.
In tlm lutoroHt of tho annual picnic
mill field moot which will hu held on
Way lit), Superintendent Savage, of
Josephine, county has heen invited to
join tlm party.
Ah Friday wiih oluh day, tho last
porind wan spout in a little, informal
program gotten up hy Mime of the
high school girls. It consisted of
fdinrt poeniH made up hy houiu of the
impilri, hinging and reading.
lioatriuu McKco spout Faster Suit'
day with Jok!u Wright.
Harold Knhli and Winiije Miller
wuro married in Orants Pass March
31. Tho young peoplo are. well
known, having lived hero from child
hood, The people, in this oounuunity
join in wishing them a long and linppy
Hy Hogcr W. liaison
LIMA, Pom, April C -YiiHlonluy
I weal nut Into tlio moiintalnii ami
hiiw tlm nallvo Imllami living nml
working. I nnw milieu nctually troad
I ii k out tho grain with tliolr roofH an
In old Hllilo tlinoH, I saw tlm car
avium cnmliiK In from tho ilesort an
they are noon In northern Africa,
Hut of all, lot iiiu loll you, what niittlu
tlm KreatoMt Impionitloii on tint.
In front of each tiny adolm hut In
which liven a family of InillniiH, Is a
round corral "0 foot In illameter
i ml tionliiriiil with a fow Moiicm, Ioodu.
ly lalil around no an to inakii n rough
wuyy about a foot high. I itnw (Iiono
mlimtiini clrvtiM rlncn In front of eucli
iiatlvii hut. Upon miking, I foiintl
they aro to.keep tho ntock In at night,
Tho aiilinalB liuvo no llttln llfo that
tlnty will nut ntop over theso fow
Mitnui lU'ail of lliinlon
Hut lot mo toll you Miumthlng
more. Tlm chief heiml of liiirdon
out hero in tho mountnlun In tho
llamn, tin nulmni which looktt llku a
ureal hlg Hheop with a long neck nml
a ninnll head. Although lliein IIuiiihh
carry vory llttlo need noeil no attun
Hon, The lliiiiuiH food nml tako care
of tlioiimelvo. Hence, they appeal
grently to tlieno limy people.
Imngluo n gootl North American
homo, donkey or nay other kind of
an nnlmnl doing kept out of tho corn
hy n fow Ioomo Moiioh iiiikIo Into n
rough wall Icih than a foot high!
ilmnglno tliexo anlinnlH tttnudlng in
oiio upot for hour J tint Iternusv a ropo
wnti tied around their ncckl
Yet tho difference between tho ani
mals of North nml ftouth America In
no greater thnn Hint between tho
men. Am 1 travel about the world I
urn convinced thai, In a given locality,
both tho tlotucMlc nnlmnln and tho
men hnvo tho nnmo traits. In view
of tills let mo liny before going
further that tho trouble with South
America In with tho men nml women
of thin Houtherti continent. They nro
gootl nntnroil. but llfelcis; they nro
friendly, hut luck ambition; they nro
wolMntcntlDiictl, but hnvo not Initia
tive. Peru, Kcuntlor, Coliimhln ami
Yenxunln especially need n now rnco
Moreover, let mo nay Hint Hicko
Indium will never nmount to much
until there Is a heavy Immigration
from tho cold and Hturdy coitntrloH
Tho geogrnphlcH tell nbutit the
country districts of Peru where tho
InhnbltnutM nro mostly Indians. Thoim
Indians live In wretched lints mndo
of bamboo covorotl with adoho with
a holo In tho roof for tho muoko to
go out. Many of theno Indiana live In
fort of caves or dugouts In tho side
of tho cliffs. Although apparently
happy ami well fed, they miiHt bu
Utillko tho Indians and natives of
tho WoHt InilleH, (Iiomi Indian of
Peru cannot live on wild cocoaiititH,
baiinnns nml bread fruit, for such
tlilugn do not grow In wctitoru anil
central Pern, except on Irrlgnteil land,
llonso moHt of theno Peruvian Indiana
nro peons and work for others at
about 10 to 115 centH per day.
niles Mnt Interesting
ThoKo I'oruvlun cities nro very In
ternHtlng. Travelers inako a grent
mlHtnko by judging Peru by tho roast
t'lllcH of Cnllao, Mollludo, Arlco,
Itiilta, AntnfognHtn nml tho like.
Theno port cIHch aro iiulnterotitlug,
temporary afaflrs, containing simply
shipping, cable nml similar offlcon,
Tho real cltlos of I'oru aro Inland.
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"vi7 , tpW u 'lppj il Zpi t-ZU'JH
t'f pT ( m - rHEppB HC3Upfl
4t A k ir Vsv pbbpjpbc
PX f yy '-'; KTIt
Tito llamn nf Peru, one of the m ost jM'ciillar-
Is-tihts of litirilcii In Hit; uorltl.
abio one of the Inzlo-st
I'lio inottt iiromlneiil Is I, linn, tho cap
Tho most Intorentlng I'oruvlnn cit
ies aro ('uico, Areipmpa, Hpintos nml
tho llko. Theno aro tho centers to
which the natives bring their wnrcs
nml hero tlm real llfo enn bo noon.
Curco which wnn tho cnpltnl of
tho old Incns nation Is both Interest
ing nml Important today. Hero cen
ters a nation whlrh onco numbered
10 to ir million peoplo nml which
many believe wnn nt Its height 5000
yours ago. Peru is mo r.gypi oi
tho American continent nnd Cuzco
Is thu Cairo.
City of .10,0(10 Pfpl
Arequopa Is another town, 7500
feet IiIkIi. with beautiful air nnd tyd
cal Poruvlnn cllmato. This 1 bavo
Just returnetl from. It Is n city of
perhaps 50,000 people, very Interest
ing nnd n great market plnco for
cheap goods or gay colors. This city
is nt tho vory foot of tho Andes.
While sweltering In tho hot sun on
tho old plnxa of tho city, I could neo
the snow capped mountnln of I-l Mis
tl Juit beyond, which Is blnnietl for
tho earthquakes from which tho eld:
town now nntl then Buffers.
Greatest of All '
Tlio nml vrnnilerfiil tlilu.7 Pi tho worM
Is luvo exprcHsiMl In the holploss Infant.
Aim atiiuiiir lltoy
aliln and comforts fur
expectant nmtliont In
tlio wult Iditiwa
ThU Is an oxtern.tl
application to oautilu
ilia ntMionilnal mus
cles to bocomo laiirtt
pliant, to exiuind
in.Ouo pala front tlio
strain upon cords and ligaments.
AppIIAil mi tllrcuteil upon tliono muscles
InvolvoJ tt soothes tlio Mao nrtworlc of
nerves with which r.'l tho musotcs nro
Htippllcd. Thus a crcat slmro of tho pains
no much ilrcmicil may lo avohteil ntul tho
porloil of espeotaury jtansu.l la comfort,
Tlicro Is no nuestloa but what such
relief bus a inntked lndueneu upon tho
Ccnontl Itealth of tho mother.
In a llttlo book nent by mail much use
ful .Information is iilveu to Incxporloncoit
molhors. U tolls bow to mho "Mother's
Krleml" and how tn avol.l ca.lnn breasts.
It hits boon prepared hi our lalwratory
for over forty yours ami is known Avor.
ably to mout ilruiiKlsts ovorywhvre, Oct
i but 1 1 to-ilny ami wrltu for book to
llnnllU'lJ lteiiulutur Co,, 90S Utiaiir HMtf..
Atlanta, an, Uo ntiro ta tX for and
Mu that you uel 'Mutliur'a I'Vlvad,"
KO.MK, April . Senator Mornndi,
formor tutor of King Victor Kmtiinn
uel, who presented in the senate a
resolution favoring disaimameut, hit"
writeu u long article suppoitiug his
iows, winch he a.n should he ih
oiism'iI more widely if Italy is likely
to tutu Itoiu iieulralily to wnr, Mitce
ii hih.iug peace would he iinpossihle
witlmtit it partial nnd simultaneous
disarmament of the great uutions. lie
contends that only those countries
which intend ( prepare for another
war iuuueilialcly alter tho close of
tho present conflict enn disagree
with this view.
Senator Morandi recalls that when
the four powers allied ugaiiist N'ttpou-
eon etmsidercil tho French emperor
defeated they agreed in London in
.June, 18HM, to leduee their forces
hy half, hut owing to Napoleon's re
turn from Klhn (there, was uo real
disarmament until utter Waterloo.
The eonehiH'iou reached hy Senator
Mornndi is that without ilisarmumeut
the world must c.pcct "not revolu
tion, hut nnarehy."
PERU RICH IN. HIS
Peru was tho seat of a civil
ization that research reveals
hardly nothing more stable than
the ancient traditions of tho peo
ple. Tho famous Incns porhaps
had nttnlnctl tho hlghent degree
of clvilirntlon upon tho Ameri
can continents. It was their vast
wealth, tlio gold of Incns, that
net Spain on tho down grade nntl
prevented her holding her posi
tion ns tho ruler of tho seas and
the big colonlnl power.
In 1 153 Tupac Inca YtiYupan
tul, tho eleventh Inca, swept
southward with n vast army nnd
conquered tho territory down as
far ns Chile. His son marched
nurtliwnril to subduo tho king
dom of .Quito and noon-tho rulor
hml under him n vast empire, hto
sway extrndlnK from tho valloy
of tho Amazon to Chile, antl from
tho shores of tho Pacific to tho
sources of the Paraguay river.
When tho Infnmous PUarro
arrived on n voyage for loot ho
found tho sons of tho great Incns
quarreling over tho division of
their dead father's domain. Tho
advent of tlio whlto men togeth
er with tho existence of factions
among tho Inns spoiled tlio
doom of tho marvelous empire.
808 East Main Street.
The Only Exclusive
in Southern Oregon
Negatives Made any tinio of
place by appointment
Wo'll do tho rest
X, D, WESTON, Prop.
LONDON, April G.Tho Ilrltlsli
steamer N'ortlilandH, of ilOOO tons,
with a cargo of Iron ore, was pent
to tho bottom by a Gorman submarlno
In tho Kugllsh channel oft llcachy
Head on Monday morning.
Tho Northlands sank In ten mln
i utes. Her crew of 2 1 men wcro pick
ed up later by tho llolglan steamer
Tho Northlands was built at West
Hartlepool In 1000 nntl was owned
hy tho Northlands Stcnmshlp com
pany, Ltd., of Cardiff.
lll.YTH. Kiir., April C Thetrnw
ler Agautha wns attacked by n Ger
man submarlno yesterday off l.ong
atono and sent to tho bottom. Tho
crow of thirteen men wcro rescued
'by tho Swedish steamer Tord and
landed hero today.
A Everybody is
Not a Judge
Most peoplo have to
tako Bomo ouo's "say
so" because most peo
plo aren't up on Dia
Wo wish to romlnd those interest
ed that ovory diamond wo havo In
stock has passed a most careful ex
amination nt our hands.
Which makes buying absolutely
siifo for tho person who knows llt
tlo about diamonds. As wo wrlto wo
nro showing tho purest goins In
Wo invito you to liiBpoct our stoclc
MARTIN J. REDDY
Tlm -leweler Jt!tf Kst Main St.
HAVJHJ, April C Fresh attacks
by Gorman forces against tho llolglan
Congo havo Imon repulsed, accord
ing to a report mndo hy tho deputy
(governor genernl of Katanga to tho
llolglan minister for tho colonies. An
assault mado on Mount Ilcbii, north
of I.nko Klvti, wns driven hack with
(heavy losses to tho German, who
wcro pursued Into their own terri
tory (Gorman Kast Africa.)
Tho railroad from Knlbo to Lnko
Tanganlkn was completed tho mill
dlo of March. This lino provides an
additional clement of defense for It
.makes possible a trip from Stanley
Kails to Tanganlka in leita than a
BE G A REPULSE
PAKIB, April C Tho Btntcmont
'fro mtho war offlca tills afternoon la
"Knln nnd mist continue over tho
wholo front. To tho southwest of
Vnuquols wc gained n footing In ono
of tho enemy's works. In tho wood
of A Illy, southeast of St. Mlhlnl our
gain or three successive lines of
trenches n I ready nnnouced wns mark
ed nlfo by tho enpturo of prisoners,
a machine gun, and bomb thrower.
"Wo mndo progress In tho wood
of Ilruln, eastward of tho wood of
Allly. Wo hnvo maintained our pos
session of the positions captured to
the northeast of Itcgnlovlllc, already
SAN' PltANCISrO, April O.-Tho
United StalcH cruiHor Maryland, with
export nml Hpvelnl equipment nbonrd,
sailed today for Honolulu to luka
charge of tho niishijr of tho Uniled
StatcH submarine F-i, which disnp
peared mitaUlo that hnrhor .March 25.
.Ahonrd tho Mhrylnud were Chief
flunner'H Mate Oeorgo 1). Stillson,
Frank Crilly, Fredolm 0. i Nielson
Stoihcn J. Drellishak find William F.
Longhmnii, expertn in diving nnd Hith
mnrino work, ent here from the Now
York navy yard hy Secretary Unn
icl with oipiipmonl adapted to their
Stillson i reputed to he onn of tho
mot expert divers in the world. Drol
Iwlink i- credited wi.h tho worlds
reeonl for depth in diMiig.
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