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MEDFOTtD MATT TRIBUNE. MEDFORD. OttEClOTC, TUESDAY, APTJITj 1,1, ilOlfi
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Intlon Manager at 260R.
A bachelor told mo yesterday dot
Bomo fellers aro born foolish an'
some fall In lore.
When a feller's money Is gone,
his "closo friends" very quickly bo
Hncon Why Is his hair so whltoT
Egbert Oh, ho got an awful fright
JlmcSn 'When was that?
Kgbort On his wedding day.
Cniuto and Kffcct
"Miss Dawkcr," said Professor
Jobllng, with a hesitant manner, "a
psychic lmpulso prompts mo to ask
you If you will bo my wife."
"Somothlng of tho samo sort
struck Mr. BUklns last night, pro
fessor, and tho recoil prompted mo
to say 'Yes.' " Baltimore Sun.
An elderly woman who was cx-
tromuly stout was endeavoring to en
tcr a street car when tho conductor
noticing her difficulty, said to her.
"Try sideways, madam, try side
Tho woman looked up breathlessly
and said: "Why, Tjless ye, I ain't
got no sideways."
"SconiB to mo theso stockings aro
rather flimsy," said tho man who
was shopping for Ills wife. "Will
they stand much strain?"
"Well, I don't know," responded
tho clerk dubiously. "Wilt thoy
cr bo extra well filled?" Kansas
Tho grand old Stnto
Ih filled with wee:
Wo'ro headed straight
"How about tho sanitary conditions
at our hotel? is everything heal
thy?" asked Jimson.
"Waal!" said tho rural proprie
tor, "nobody ovor ketched nothln'
at my haouso what hadn't 4ieen
brought hero by somo outsider."
Tourist (In vlllago notion atom)
Whaddra got in tho shapo of au
Saleslady Funeral wreaths, llfo
preservers, Invalid cushions and
A HtronK Ait
Sho u tliopo amateur theatricals
I suppose with you and your wife
will put or a cloyor dialogue.
ironpecic Dialogue,?? You mean
Miss Brightman kept a very at
tractive little tearoom, and when
away on a business trip recently she
left it in chargo of a young woman
clerk. The next morning sho return
ed sho did not think things looked
qulto as neat and attractive as usual.
"You know, Miss Bristol," remark
ed Uo proprietress, as she glanced
around, "there Is a great deal in hav
ing your Mfet)wjclies look attractive."
"Yes, Miss Brlghtman, I know it,"
was the reply. "I have duBtod those
pawlwlehes every morning for tho
Ut If MytV'IIttrncr's Magazine.
TWO .vein's ngo the conventional, slnmlnat world af
fected to be shocked because Secretary of Stale Bryan
servod grape jniee instead nf wine to the foreign diplo
mats at. a state function. The plutocratic press ridiculed
and denounced the action as an insult.
Now, however, conies King George of England with a
formal decree forbidding the use of vineous, spirituous and
intoxicating liquors in the royal household, and at state
functions. There is nothing said to ridicule the king for
following the example set by "Hrvan, who, as has so oCten
been the case, was a little in advance of his time.
Shortly after Bryan scandalized society by his practice
of temperance, Secretary Daniels issued orders forbidding
tho use of intoxicating liquors by officers upon the ships of
the navy. The rank and file had been forbidden liquor for
veal's, but because Mr. Daniels believed that if abstiuance
was essential for the men. it was still more essential lot
their commanders, he also was made the target for un
limited abuse and ridicule.
Now, however, comes General Kitchener, forbidding
the use of intoxicating liquors as far as his authority goes,
and recommending total prohibition for the army. General
.toff re, commander of the French, has already promul
gated a prohibition edict for the French army. Czar Nieo
olas of Russia has stopped the manufacture, sale and use
of vodka, not onlv for the Russian armv, but for the nation
as well. Kaiser "Wilhelm prohibits the use of intoxicating
: liquors in Ins army. e hear no abuse or ridicule ot Kitch
ener, Joffre, the czar or the kaiser.
Sixteen states of the United States have voted for pro
hibition. Most of the balance have local option and are
"dry" in the greater part of their territorv. As a matter
of fact, three-quarters of the
"dry" that is, cleared of saloons, and the liquor business
flourishes onlv bv the mail-order package, which will
eventually have to go also.
There, is a reason for the
and that reason is the need
war has shown Europe that
booze must go. Even Japan
wagon and the great breweries have been lorced to close.
Before the war England's consumption of booze was:
Malt liquors, 1,397,314,800 gallons; wines, 15,200,400 gal
lons; alcohol, 40,07S,000 gallons. Russia drank 231, -145,000
gallons of malt liquors, 25,000,000 gallons of wines and
238,347,000 gallons of alcohol. France consumed vcarlv
375,729,000 gallons of malt liquors, 1,541 ,-106,000 gallons of
wines and 70,903,000 gallons of alcohol.
Alcoholism threatened the world as one of its greatest
menaces and most costly luxury. Tt involved economic
waste as well as impaired efficiency. Hence alcoholism
must go and sooner or later must go everywhere.
SMILES AND SNEERS
A SXEER never brought belter than a kick to anybody.
.Tack Johnson sneered at those he defeated, and at
others, and the whole world is glad that "Willard licked him.
If "Willard has the good sense to keep smiling, and smil
ing, and smiling, the whole world, black and white, will be
glad when he wins other victories, and will be sorry for
him on that day when some scrapper lays him low with a
whack in the solar pleux or a punch to the jaw.
Napoleon sneered and died at St. Helena.
Quick-witted France learned that the Napoleonic stuff
was no good, and today when she is fighting hard, and smil
ing and being polite, everybody even the Germans
Absolutely no good comes from the sneer.
The curled lip invites a punch in the nose.
The haughty, overbearing, bullying, sneering, con
ceited, supercilious man or woman or nation stands to be
taken down a peg sooner or later.
Above all, don't sneer at your home town, your home
county and your neighbors.
(Hy Caroline Cot.)
No one over ot fat eutin hecth
their food value id very small hut a
fjrent mnny people find that tho suc
culent youiitf vegetable puis a fine
edgo on u dull appetite, and they
wisely add them to their sprinj; menu.
HcetH should ho cooked in plenty of
water, nnd youn; bcetB should ho
conked about one hour. In removing
the ttrucn top don't cut them, hut
wrine; (hem from tho heot roots. When
cooked drop tho boots into cold water
nnd tho skinK will Klip off.
lleets make nn uttraotivo Rnrnish
Iioil and skin, bliro or dico and put
in dish in which they nro to bo served;
.turn over tho he ets n rich white snuco
and bervo very hot.
Iloil, skin mil blice youn beets.
Dieo iu Inrge dico and turn into melt
ed butter, allowing two tablespoon
fuls of butter to two cupful of the
diced beets. Salt to taste and sprin
klo (op with papriku,
Peel nnd slico cooked beets; to
each pint nf IjccIh mid two table
Hjraonftil oj! sufe'iir, three pf huttir,
. ikife''" tiilMJi i i M i'.rti"J
ON THE RUN
nation's area is practically
world-wide fight on booze
oL increased etliciency. The
booze impairs efficiency and
has climbed on the water
salt to taste; put in baking pan nnd
heat in oven; stir often as they will
bcoreh easily; especially nice way to
prepare tho small young beets.
lU-atH In Hour Kauco
Cut cold cooked beets into Inrge-
bized cubos. Mako a sour sauce hy
inciting three tahlCbpoonfuls of but
ter. When melted ndd three tublo
spoonfuls of flour, blend until nil
lumps Juno disappeared, (do not
brown), add one-hulf cup of stock or
water and stir for throe minutes, then
add ono tablespoouful of Mignr and
two tnbh'Hpoonfiils each of oreatn nnd
vinegar, (client the boots in the
Hituce and servo ut once. Do not stir,
ns tho beets will become- biokon nnd
tho sauco discolored.
Iloil young beets until tender, drop
into cold witter nnd remove the ftkius.
Chop beets in boyl until very fine.
To, each ino of clumped' beets mid
John A. Perl
2H S. IIAHTLKIT
1'honeft M. 47 nml -J 7lii
Atnbiilante Hervlco Coroaor
W iili" tii i ii
DANCING IS HER EVERYDAY BUSINFS RUT GOLF IS JOY OF LIFE
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Venilu Fitxhiili, e.xjti'rt Kulfrr, w
ni"? indoor oll wnen
(.he isn't "fox -
, ii 1 1 ssseai
juice mid one pint of mutton limlli
or lii'of Muck and iiiimor litti-cn nun
utes. Hub thrnuuli a vollnuder mid
bet in lace tt keep hot. Cook to
gether two toasiooiifiiN of Itutter ami
two of flour (Hid mid two cupful of
milk. Stir until thick mid smooth,
then mid slowly the ln'ot nml mutton
mixture. Season with suit and a-ilasli
of cn.vcntu,, servo hot in cupn witli dot
of whipiied etvnni tin top.
ENFORCE RACE BILL
MTTU: HOCK, Ark., April M.
JuiIro Ouy Folk of tho IMilaiki cir
cuit court today doulcil tho petition
for n writ of mnmlauuis to compol
tho Hccrctnry of utatu to iuiIiIIhIi uh
u law tho Sawyer lilll, cruntlnj; a
stnto rnclin; coiniiilHHlon nnd IcriiIIz
InR pari qiutuul licttlnp.
Imaginary IICMrt Tnniltle.
Do you Imvo pains In tho roRlon of
tho licnrt? Docx jour heart thump?
It's terrible pnuuillui: nlnniiH you?
What Ih wronu? Do you boliovo Hioho
ttyniptouis miwn licnrt trotiltlu? Or
Knnlc dlsoaBos of tho heart very oul
doin occasion much pain. Nearly nil
of these pains nro canned by koiiio
derangement of tho Htomach. Mori
tol Tonic I)lRstlvo In otpcolnlly roc
ommended for ImllKoatlou and ily
popsla, and for roatorltiK tho atom
ach to Its normal functions nnd no
moro "heart df.c.tio? Prlco f 1.00.
Kxclusivo At;ent IIuskltiH drug Htoro.
Notlco Is heiehy nlvcn that tho uu
derslKnod will npiily to tho city coun
cil nt ItH iniMHInK to ho hold April
20, 19 IS, for a llccnao to soil mnlt,
npirittioiiH ami vlnotiit llrpioni in
(liiantltles l than u i;allon at itH
placo of IjubIiiohs on lot 11, block 20,
city of Medford for u period of nU
Datod April 10, 1015.
SKI.SUV & KHNN'KDV,
22 North Front St.
Btats cif Oliln. Ctr of TolnVi. Uint Conntr. "
I'rtnk J. I bmrr Plk'' ixlh Hint li l koI'T
rirtnrr of lln Bnn tit f. J. Vlirnrj A Co., il i;
ln buitnrsi In tl ft If ''t Tnlnlo. Cutintr n.l
Mil. tforenM. anil llitt M nnn will !
tbi um of liM: IIIIMlllk'li KOU.AItrt I't
rich nit rtfrjr caw ut I'dirrb lint imiiwt t
cured tjr tt um ut IUU' CatirrU Cu(.
I'lIANU' t. cin:.NT.r.
Sworn to lfnr m nl iiibctlll In ror
ftntnet, tbU Ctb itj ut Uwiubfr, A. I IHtiU.
bcil. A. W. OLEAKOV.
Ililt'i Calirrb Cur J ik InlTnall ami
itli Ulrrtllr Un lb l'l'l '"' inuron Mir.
facra of tb ;leui, HtU'l tut liallmunlali,
""' J'. J CHU.NKV & CO., Toledo, O.
HoM hT (II Unncl'l". TS
Teka IUII' liull J'lll for copitlpattoo.
COMING APRIL 19th
PNI-J NJGHT qtiUY
IN A' BIG DOUBLE MIX
FAUST and ,
fi'arden Stone From 'ttiis nnd
JCiitlro Opera of Mm-llui
Hox SootB ?1; lower floor, flmt 5
row 7.1c; last 13 rows fiOe;; bal
cony first 4 row 50c; labt 13 rowu
Hont milo opoiiBr) Thontro Pox Offlro
Al'MI 171b, V A, M.
piltiti in fonn for the links liy pltty-
trottini;" nnd sitiKint; in "Tlu Clirl
Cllll'AdO, April HI.- Two linn
drctl fonviitccont patients of tho
ChiciiKo stnto Im-pitnl for tho insane
wi'iv rescued today froui.firo which
destroyed a ratnliliiu; frame Htructiiro
ii"cd us tin annex to thu itistitiitiou
at Otintiiuir, northwest of the city.
Warned hy previoim hlare.s in tho
liuililiti;.', tho liospital authoiities had
irepared n fiio drill which worked
without a hitch. .Some "Jhllll other
inmatcH of tho institution were uanl
ed to .rcvoiit panic or tindiio excite,
incut in the main hiiildiu a fuw liun
dred feet from the fin. Lous- .f.'iO.OUO.
Frencn Remedy Aids
I'raure Iiiih licuu called tho nntlou
without Htoiiiaeh troulilen. Tho
l-'ronch Imvo for Kcnvratlonii uuil n
nlmplo mlxturo of vcKotnhltt olln Hint
rullnw Htomncli mid Intoutlual nil
iiinntH and keep tho lioweln free from
foul, polnonoUH mntter. Tho ntom
ach Ih loft to perform ItH function
nnrmnlly. IudlKObtlon nnd Knutrltlit
Mr. (loo. II. Mayr, a lending drug
r.lMt of Chicago, cured lilmrolf with
this roniuily In a uliort tlmo. The do
innnd In so xrent that ho Imports
Kioto oIIb from I'rnnoo nnd corn
IwundM thum under tho nuiuo of
Mnyr'H Wonderful Itonicdy. 1'eoplo
ovorywhero wrlto nnd testify to tho
marvelotiB rollof thoy Jiavo received
lislng tblH remedy ono ilono will rid
tho body of poIhouoiih nrrretloiiB that
Imvo uecu inula tud for oara and conel
vlnco tho most chronic Hiifforor from
Btomach, liver or Intestinal troubles.
Mayr'H Woudurfiil Itemedy la nold
by lending druKKlntB overywhoro with
the punitive undemanding that jour
money will bo refundod without
(I'K'Ktlon or (iilblilo If ONK bottlo
falls to kIvu jou ahuuluto Bntlnfuo
Medforil's Lcadlnii Theater
LAST TIME TONIGHT
Thrco Part I.uliln Drama
The Cipher Key
Hollg Wcatorn Dramn
The Stage Coach
Driver and the Girl
Ham Among the
OLAHA PIMllAMi YOUNO
"The Deep Purple"
Mr, Jyle O. True, Oigunlst
TWO HUNDRED INSANE
RESCUED FROM FIRE
WAHIIIXOTO.N, April lit. The
(Ipriunii oiiilmioiy today tiiiiminllted
to tho iilnto deparlmoitl a formal re
tinoid for Captain Thlerreldor of tho
AitNlllnry erulner Kiotiprlux Wllholm
for porinlriiloit to huo bin vohhoI ox
imiiIiumI at Newport Novvn to moo what
lopnlrH were necoHHivry to render her
Mworthy nnd nl?o for pormliudon to
Imvo thorn' repnlrM inntlo. Tho re
i,uet tx Hlmlhtr to that nuluiiltted
reeontl, III tho nuo of tho Prln ICIlel
Krlmlrleli. (.'it pin In Uoy-Wd, iiiwnl nt
tnrlin of the tlvrntnn emlmHuy rtutch
od Wnnhlngton oniiy today nftor a
conference with Captain Thlerfolder.
Ho probably will leave It to tho nklp
per to arrange detnllH with the Amor
lean naval authorities nil to tho time
toitulred to repair.
Made Strong by One Vluol
Fort Hdwnrd, N. Y. ."1 wan In n
run-down, norvoux afld weak condi
tion, bo I could not do tho Iioiiho
work for my little family of throe.
I had taken cod liver ull ciuulfdons
nud other routodloB without benefit
A friend told mo about Vluol, 1
tried tt nnd It noon built up my
Btrengtli nud inndo mo a well woman
ho I now do nil of my housework." -Mm.
Vo guarauteo Vluol, our dnllcloiiM
cod liver and Iron tonic, for nil run
down, weak ami debilitated condl-
Medford Pharmacy, Adv.
Here April 13, M, 15,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Positively the nrcntcst nnlmnl pic
ture ever produced. Prices 10c nntl
15c. Others nt 25c nnd up (or this
For That New
Tailored to Fit
The hest of every expos
ure In every roll of film is
assured when you have your
Developing and Printing
The Swem Studios
222 W. Main Medford
808 East Main Street
Tho Only Exqjutjivt?
in Southern Oregon
Negatives Mndu any time o?
place by appointment
We'll do tho vest
, I, D, W3ST0N, Prop,
Before Jaby Arrives
Dnrhitt mnenil inkn" nf eitiertnnry
tlimil It It xpleutllil cxlrrniil eiiiliritoiillna
III Hill "AIMIIIIT n
Kllt-iuf In wllli'll
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I'licy liiivn iimhI It
nml liliuw. 'riiiy tell
uf Hit woiiili'idil In
lluiMire In eiixit tin
nml lmv tlny nvolil
nl thonu itremli'it
illYlrhlnr wiln tlmt nro no iniirli tiilloxl
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licinlly iiki'iI osir tlie Mn tu ri'luUr It
utiu'imlito to thu iiiitioiil Mri'tchlnit wlili'li
It miilcu:"!"!. Tim iiDilmt of ihtvii
tlirnnln Jiml IhihmiIIi llui UU Ik Hum
rilliiid ut tiiitiut'uMmiry iln-i'roliicliiit
ctii"o nml itit iiMlonl rIWf I"
romilt iin I'upit'iunHi t.y ii imat f Imppy
iiinllii'm mIhi wrlio (rmn i'iihtIi'Iiii',
It In ii null Jut llml nil women nlimiM
liu fiiinlllitr Willi iin "Mnllicr'H 1'rli'iiil"
tina) Ihmii In uto ninny jrinra, nml la rt'ciun
Uii'iiilfil liy crniiiliiiullii'ra win, In Itii-lr rnr.
Ili'r llilja lmrilril tu lily Upon (llll vpliUlllil
nlil In iitiifii,
Yon titii i.lilnln "Mutlier'N 1'rli'iiil" nt
nlllioat IUI' (lllJii ton. Out u but I In
In-tUy nml tlun wrllo for our llttlu buuk
o i c fit I to MTliiut inollirrn.
AititrcKH liiiuin.M itiKiiUtur Co,, 313
tntimr IDOrti Allinln, tl.t.
o I Aiv
Mary Pickf ord
In it flvo part ilriuiiii of utaitn llfo
MIHS n.N'ID HAMILTON. COHrflN
.iriTi,i:in:it(!i:u ami ai.fiu-:i
tin: path i j m:vs
nml Motion I'lcturoH
ami I'ltlDAY AlTI'.ll.NDON
In n I'ahiiiionnt Ihuinty In I I'.trtit
Exploits of Elaine
nml n cmnplotti P.ithe proKrniu of IM
tirntloiinl ami comedy fvatnrtH. At
tint inatliieit vniiilevlllu with MIhh
llniiilltoii, Mr. Mlttli'liorijur ami 2
Thu Snruml ami I.tmt Chaptor ot
JACK LONDON!! STOItY
.MIL JOHN MAItltYMOIti:
In cuinmly wllh a punch
The Man From Mexico
Admission 5 anil 10 Cents
FRIDAY EVENING 8:15
Junior Class Medford
A Druiiiu In lAiiir ActM
ADMISSION IT., r,0, 7Cc,
laiV Y Vrmvt "a