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MEDFORD MATE TRimiNE, OTDTTOD. OREGON, TUESDAY. APUjft 0, 1015
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' Women uiuko purty poor "Silent
"Thoro's nothing artificial about
"So, Indeed. Sho doesn't oven
make up her mind." Buffalo Ex
Singleton I want a woman who Is
Wcilinore That kind doesn't
marry. lloston Transcript.
In tho little English village a
woman committed suicldo by hang
tag herself to an applo tree. At tho
funeral a neighbor, noticing tho sad
appearanco of tho husband, consoled
him by saying that ho had met with
a terrlblo loss.
"Yes," said tho hsuband, heaving
a sigh. "Sho must havo klckod like
thunder to shako off six bushels
of green apples that would have been
worth a crown a bushel when they
At tca-tlmo anywhero Yea, dar
ling, war is terrible, but isn't It a
mercy tho military fashions aro so
becoming! London Opinion.
"Your daughters very fond of
music, isn't sho?"
"Yes, Indeed. It's no trouble for
her to practice on tho vtano when
I need soma one to help mo with tho
dishes." Detroit Froo press.
Patron I want some fish balls.
Dealer What for?
Patron I'm going out golfing,
and I want them to driro nt tho
water hararda. Judgo.
"Why iliil you send your sweet
heart to tho wilds or Africa to limit
"Two reaeons ho might como
back with a fortuno or ho might
not como back at all.' Philadelphia
Already DinpoMMl Of
Vflay, mister, got any old skates
t"Oot any old skates for sale?"
"Nopo. Did havo one, but sho
had til' blind staggers an' I eont
hor to tho gluo works,"
CHICAGO, April ('. More than
three-quarters of a million men and
women wero eliiblo to vote at today's
election for mayor, city treasurer,
city clerk, ono judje of municipal
court and thhty-oight aldonnen.
Tho candidates for mayor nre:
WJDiam Ualo Thompson, rep.; Koh
crt M. Switzer, dem.; Seymour Stcd
mnu, sue.; John II. Hill, prohi. Ow
ing to the vigorous cumpaigu whicli
has been conducted, managers for tho
various candidates predicted Hint ap
proximately 700,000 votes wouli bo
Women voted toduy for tho first
Uuw H I a mayoralty election in Clil
THE PERSECUTION OF OHILDS
TUN piieinios of John L. Childs, sune-rior judge or Del
Norte county, California, unable to nmnnnlish his
detent at the hands oL the people, have started inipeaeh
inent proceedings against him in the legislature.
Judge Childs' cardinal sin is being a progressive in a
mossbaek conununitv. lie represents public spirit and
enterprise and has been striving to spread the gospel of
development in a locality narrowed and provincialized bv
isolation from the world. His energy, time and nionev
have been freely spout in behalf of Del Norte, whose re
sources he has tirelessly heralded to the world in the effort
to sceuro their development by railroad connection with
the outside world and by harbor improvement at Crescent
City. And his reward is a bitter personal fight, abuse and
slander by reactionaries.
It is a remarkable procedure to launch impeachment
proceedings against a judge jitst triumphantly re-elected
by the people after all the charges made against him had
been thoroughly aired. It amounts to invoking the judg
ment of the legislature to supercede the judgment of the
people. But the proceeding is not more remarkable than
the long and bitter fight waged against the judge by the
politicians he has fairly beaten at their own game.
Unable to find a local man that would be a candidate
against Judge Childs at the primaries, a earpet-basjger a
professional office-seeker who had not been a resident of
the county for twenty veal's, was imported, tty a con
certed effort this candidate was nominated by a few votes
over Judge Childs.
Under the California primary law a candidate defeated
at the primaries cannot have his name printed on the bal
lot, even as an independent. Nor can he be nominated by
petition, as under the Oregon law. So at the November
election a majority of the voters of Del Norte county wrote
Judge Childs' name on the ballot, a remarkable tribute to
the man. Childs' enemies contested the validtiy of the
election through the courts and were defeated, tlic courts
holding that the expressed will of the people should govern.
Defeated all along the line, the reactionaries and pol
iticians have appealed to tho legislature to do what the
courts refused Jo do, and reverse the verdict of courts and
people. "Without considering the charges made by those
whose course show them to have no scruples of any kind
themselves, it is to be hoped the legislature will refuse to
be made a catspaw o to satisfy the grudge of disgruntled
politicians and a defeated carpet-bagger.
PEACE FOR AUSTRIA
ROME, April 0. Any effort by
Austria to conclude a scparato )faco
is considered liishly improbable by
tho Oiomnle d'ltnlia, which dcclareti
the militury orptnizntion of tho ilunl
monarchy is in the hands of Germany,
formin-; with her "only one body, if
not ono soul." Tho pajMir argucn,
therefore, that Germany inifiht pre
vent oven materially any effort of
Austria to como to terms separately
with the nations now arrayed aguinst
Such a step would ho nlso highly
humiliating to Austria in her rela
tions with Serbia, tliu Giomule
d'ltnlia Hny8, as well ns n confeHHion
that the tent nil empires considered
"Austria," the paper nays, "pre
sents merely a military mbarntbH
ment for Germany, hut she represents
also n largo contingent of men and
materials diverting tho Kiikmuii nvn
laueho from Germany. Germany
might jK'nuit negotiation only if she
denireil them to be the firt ntcp to
ward a general pejieo."
(Ily A. F. Stenmll)
"The broom of the stomach"
what old-fashioned folks call
ach, and its medicinal qualiticx rather
thaii its food value make spinach the
hefet of nil spring vegelahlJ.
Housekeepers who practice econ
omy sometimes slibstitnto sweet drip
pings from roast beef or chicken for
butter, this substitution makes even
the new spinach jut coming into the
maiket an inexpensive dish.
Hero arc some spinach recipes that
you may not have in your cook
book, hut I huvu tried them and 1
know thov arc good.
Cream Spinach Put the spinach in
n pan with 1 pint of boiling water
und a tablespoonfiil of snlt to each
peck of spiimch. Cook Ii. minutes,
drain, put in chopping tray and miiico
fine. A Jittle bofoie serving timo put
3 tablcspoonfuls of hatter in a pan,
melt, but do not brown; add slowly
2 tablcspoonfuls of flour.
Stir the mixture until il becomes
smooth and in hubbies, then udd tho
minced spinach and cook 8 minutes;
stir till tho timo to keep from scorch
ing. Add 1 cup of cream and serve,
Spinnch, Plain Iloiled Cook spin
ach, drain and chop. Serve on plat
ter, with rings of hard-boiled egg and
finger strips of toast.
Spinnch Pales Doll, chop fine 1
peck or spinach, prOH out oywy drop
NEWPORT NEWS, Va.. April C
The German raider Prlnz Eltcl Fred
crich was still at her wharf this
morning. Painters wcro scraping tho
red rust from her bottom and a work
man coming off tho ship roportcd
seventeen door plates In tho cngino
room had been removed. Thcso cir
cumstances strengthen the belief In
marino circles that tho Eltcl would
lntorno until tho end of tho war.
Strictest secrecy was thrown about
conferences between Commander
Thlerchens, near Admirals Helm and
Deatty and customs collector Ham
UNION TROOPS OCCUPY
WARHBAD, SOUTH AFRICA
CAPK TOWN, U. S. A., April 0.-,
Troops of the Union of Soiitli'Africu
have occupied Wiirmhad, a town in
German Kontlnvvxt Africa, twenty
miles north of tho Orange river, with
out opposition. The sinnouni'ement to
this effect was mado officially hero
of water. Heat in saucepan 2 table-
spoonfuls of hutter and :i of flour;
add the spinach, suit, pepper to tasto
and add a dabh of nutmeg, cook ft
minutes and pack into Inittercd pato
pans, set in oven for 10 minutes.
Turn out on hot platter, lay slice of
haid-boiled egg on top of each form
and our white sauce over and serve.
" I mm
Spinach Soup Cook '. peek of
spinach in doublo boiler until tender;
put through a sieve and add a quart
of beef stock, season to tnste; roll 1
tablespoon of butter and 1 of flour
smooth, udd to soup, bring to quick
boil and cook 1 minute. Serve with
small chcPbo wafers.
Spinach ii la Maitro d'Holol- Cook
spinach as for plain boiled, chop very
fine, heat slowly 2 tablespoon fills of
butter, add 2 tablespoon fuls of flour,
do not brown, udd tho juice of 2 loni
ons and Vj cups of water or stock.
Allow to boil Ifi minutes, remove
from fire uuil udd 2 tablcspoonfuls of
TITLED ITALIAN WINS SOCIAL FAVOR IN WASHINGTON
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jvjAK:H101iEs3v3 TACOLI .
Murchiotia Tncli, wite ol llu roecnil.v nppoiuteil firl M'cri'litr.v of
the Italian embi-v. Imih nmxt'il m Wafluuutmi, whore hIiu Ik nlioatly pop
ular ill til iliplftliuitir otx'i.il U'-.
l'AHIS, lApul tb Another daring
exploit ha been uibled to the Ion;:
list of tlioe hupcctofnUv.fnrrieil out
by Ailolpho I'eou'il,'- tho famous
Trench aviator, who i reported to
have attacked ami brought down a
Germim Taube near St. Menhuuld
while he was alone on patrol duty
The report of the incident ny that
when IVgnuil nw the German np
proaehing he flew rapidly toward the
hostile air craft mid .sent it to eartli
with a few shot. I'cpnid then land
ed beside the Taube and took pris
oners tho German pilot and observer,
neither of whom was injured.
Knrlicr in the mmo day I'cyoud is
reported to hate driven off three
other Gorman aeroplanes, one of
which hud dropped nine bomhs on u
I'egoiid, nlio lirt iiitictl fame in
Hll.'l as the originator of the feat of
b'inj.' upside down in an aeroplane,
was awarded the French military
medal cnrlv in Muich for services
rendered the anr during the war.
minced pnrslej, stir in yolks of 2
Wi turn over cooked spinach and
rehent mid Mrie. ,
John A. Perl
Phones M, 47 nl 47-J3
Ambulance erlco Coroner
Frona ybcsr 3
or Grocery DcalerX
COPENIIAOEN, April C Tho
Swedish steamer England, from Hue
nos Ayres for Gothenburg, has boon
seized by tho Germans In tho Daltlc
and taken Into a dornian port, ac
cording to dispatches appearing in
a Stockholm newspaper.
Tho England was loaded with
inn I wo nnd bran. Sho had discharged
part of her cargo at Gothenburg nnd
was proceeding to Stockholm when
Oil Treatment for
A simple prescription mado up of
n combination of puro vegetable oils
Is producing wonderful results for
sufferers from stomach, liver and In
tentlnnl roubles. Tho remedy,
which Is said to havo originated in
France, whoro It has been used for
H'ars by tho peasantry, wns Intro
duced Into this country by Gcorgo
11. Mnyr, a leading Chicago druggist,
who cured himself of severe stom
ach, liver and Intestinal troubles by
Its use. Those who huvu used It
say tho first doso is sufficient to
convinco any ono of Its romarkablo
merit, nml that within twonty-four
hours tho sufferer feels like a nuw
person. This medicine, which has
become known ns Mnyr's Wonderful
Ilemody, Is sold by lending druggists
everywhere with tho positive under
standing that )otir money will bo re
funded without question or qulbblo
If ONE bottlornlls to glvo )ou abso
lute satisfaction. Adv.
HERE MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Eric the Red's Wooing
A thrilling two part Domino. A story
of Anclont Norso Ufo,'
Two Part Iironcho Feature
Willi Gin usual plcturo program ft ami
VON DER GOLTZ
PAtMB, April C.- Tho roul pur
pose of tho trip to llnrllu mado by
Vleld Marshnl von dor floltx, (leriunn
military mlvlnor to Tttrkuy, tylegraplm
tho Joiirnal'o Atheun correspondent,
wns to convlnro lOmporor William of
the necessity for now and mom en
ergetlu attacks against Hervia under
tho command o ftlio Kleld Marsbnl.
audi an altaek, tho Joiirnul's cor
respondent says, In considered osson
tlal by (leriunn oftlcers In Constan
tinople In order to establish column
titrations necessary to enable them
to obtain supplies or ammunition
which nro badly needed. Another
purpose, according to tho dispatch,
would be the hope that It might turn
tho neutral llalkau nations against
tho triple entente for It Is believed In
Constantinople thnt tho delay In thu
Dardanelles operations has Iteen a
disappointment to partisans of tho
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The World's Greatest Photo Spectaie
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S The mystic splendor of Erjypt.
E The Grandeur of the Alps.
E The opulence of Africa.
" S Fleet of Ships destroyed at sea.
E The tfrriflc battle In which 7000 partlclpat
E The heroic dignity of Rome. I
S The pompous mnjnlflciHce
E of Ancient Cnrttwqe.
E The volcanic eruption.
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Wednesday and Thursday
April 7th and 8th
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THURSDAY, APRIL 8th
Second Rccord-Brcakliin Triumphal Tour
Direction Lo Comto nnd Flehscr
Mort H. Singer's Dost Comic Opera Offering
A Modern Eve
Delicious Music. Delightful Comedy. Darling Chorus.
TWO BRILLIANT BIG ACTS
Including the Original
FAMOUS BEAUTIFUL "EVE'' CHORUS
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la (leorgo AiIo'h Comedy Drama
Triumph lit five parts
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