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MEDITORD MAIU TRIBUNE, MEDFORU OimiOX, H VTFRDAY, JULY 3, 3915
MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INDEPENDENT NIJWHPAPKn"
puuMHiiKD uvnnv aktkiinoon
KXCKPT HUNDAT HV TJIM
MKDFOIID PIUNT1NO CO.
Offlco Mall Tribune Hulldlwr, 26-27-29
North Kir street; telephone 76.
Tho Democratic Times, Thn Mod ford
Mall, Tlio Mctirord Tribune, Tho Kou th
em OrcKonlun, The AHliland Trlhutie.
On year, by innl I... -.., . .J 6.00
Orni month, by nmll..,. ... .60
Per month, dnllvnrnl by carrier In
Mfclford, Phoenix, Jacknunvllla
nml Cciitr.il Point . .CO
ftaturriay only, by mall, per year 2.00
Weekly, per yenr 1.60
Orflolnl Pnper of thn City of Meilford
Ufflolnl l'.ipnr of JnrkHon County.
Kn tared on Nrcimil-clnna mutter nt
Mrdfnrd, Oregon, under tho uct of lliiruh
Hworn Clroulntlnn for 1911, 26S.
Full leaned wlro Asioolntnd Prima dl
. .J. .;. 4. .5. .j. .j. tf .;. .5. .j. 4. .. e 4. .5.
Sut)8orll)or falling to rucolro
pnpors promptly, phono Clrou-
Intlon Mnnngor at 2G0R.
HONG KONG KOLUM
A miinltor (if raw ri'crulln wnro
lioltiK drilled for thn army In Kiik
Innd rocontly, anil nit old oonplo
wIioho mm wiih among Ilium find kuiiu
"Ihii't It n Krnntl dIrIU, jm?"
murmured tho old lady. "And Junt
look; tlioy'ro cvor'y onu of thorn out
of ntop hut our Hon John!" Kvory-
lln wiih my frlond, Ho undurfltooil
All Hit) viiKitrloH of my mood,
Hny I wiih JoyoiiH, ho wiih Kiiy;
If hiiiI, ho full tho HolfHiiinu way.
No hold, with triiHty common huiiho,
All that I told, In confidence.
Ho died. And now I look around,
Mut Hucli a friend Ih hoIiIoiu found,
I iiiIrh IiIh kindly pronoun', yet
A iIok like Hint Id hard lo Kelt
Hltlroiliui DoiiiiIhoii In ,lud;e,
"Hay, Chi in my .lohunon Ih IIkIiI
wolKlit (ihamploii of iIIh dlHtrlel now "
"Dill. ho. 1 didn't know ho could
"Aw, ha ain't n irlr.tiflfihtor, Iio'h
llnrbor (to Hltrnpy onitoiiior) I
etiu't hIihvu you air, unlo you hold
your hoad up!
CuMtomur All right, thou, xlvu me
An old Bvotswotiian wiih famoiiH
for MpunkliiK kindly. No slieop wiih
mo dark but aho could (Uncover hoiiio
white ipot to point out to I bono who
could net) only liliiokmiM. One day
a nMiipluK neighbor lout patlouco
wiih hor, and wild, nnwrllyt
"Wnmiiimi. yo'll hue a undo word
lo MHy for tho dmnll hlmnolf."
iHatautly crimp, the reply:
"Vin1, he's a vend luduitruooiti
Gloria Wlwibliigtoii, Amolloa
fllorge no tell lln iimyboso, no
deny by father.
Whmi (Jlomtt lllly boy Olore
father My "ClhriH, you mow polo
lira." fiwrgtt my "alleo right, futh-
I'ntlier My "Olorg, go cutteo
dlown uhorry tleo. MiijIhi io 1 mnkuo
Oolte hHvti rlepulntlon tlle
(Hone 110 llk Murk blut ehoppoo
Maybe m Olorg father telle
neighbor OlorgH on tUw H. All
hmiihhi 'loclMl pleildol. (Slorgo
iimllltHl Wuw, uo lmrett blaby.
(llorgu any laaybww adlttpt Hboh
InlHHtafe king ttd Gkirgtt bUg
A dowdy west Ittlo a photog
iiiltrl Ih h cuuHtry towu to gt hbt
lbot taken. U'hfii tb Job wu Uoitu
he rvfuawl to pay uti tut gruuutl that
th plituro wm not Ilk blw.
"All right," aald fat, "lava It
Hunt a- k waj parsing the plaeu
nml mw kis plelur It a howcat.
11 nil hhiIw It wf tko worila li bit:
Thn tjpUwt vug la tewa."
Ho ruahiMl la au4 bud I'at.
"Uut. mo wait," ttk( Hat. ")atiir-
day e hhI'I O" " wm not like
l'&M2l$ tl" '
ON 11 hundred nnd IIiiri.v-niiH' years jjo l.lie Anu'rican
declaration of independence was signed. Jt is fil
ling that Hie nation pause lo consider whether Hie ideals
Ihen set forth have heen realized and whether we are, as
a nation, today true to these ideals of liberty.
The United States has grown from a sparsely inhab
ited group of colonies into a great, wealthy and power
ful nation. It has multiplied many fold in population.
From a fringe of settlements bordering the Atlantic, it has
expanded across the continent. Industrially and commer
cially it has become a world power.
The lofty ideals breathed in the declaration of inde
pendence and voiced in the constitution that followed the
achievement of political independence were the ideals of
(he founders of the nation.
J low far in the KK) years since have we departed from
these standards i Are they still the nation's ideals?
The history of the republic has been frequently stained
by departures from these principles. The Mexican war lelt
the stain of injustice on our flag which litis embittered half
the western hemisphere against us. The half century fol
lowing the civil war saw a carnival of commercialism in
which all principle was sacrificed to the dollar, and Avhich
culminated in apeing the old world ideals with a colonial
policy. There are hopeful signs, however, that nation is
repentant of these transgressions.
The American of 101f is of different nationality from
the American of .1770. lie is a composite of the nations of
Europe. In his veins flows the blood of all, but the love of
liberty of the nation's founders permeates the citizenry of
the great republic and makes their foundation an endur
The problems the nation faces tire vastly more complex
than those faded by its forefathers, because civilization is
more complex. The perpetuation of the republic's ideals
lie not in foreign lands, but in our own. Upon the solu
tion of internal puzzles rests the fate of the nation. The
right of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness will be ex
tinguished if we violate our foundation principles and
emulate Kuropc with the law of might.
The ideals of the declaration of independence made
humanity paramount to the dollar. .Political independ
ence is but the opening wedge for economic and industrial
independence. We have achieved the former, but are
still blindly groping for the latter, and in the world of to
morrow, when political divisions will be but imaginary
lines, the latter will be all-important.
The nation is fortunate in having as its chief executive
fit this strong period a man who realizes that the ideals
of the nation are promotion and preservation of the (lod
given rights of man and peace and good-will to all. As
(leorge Washington, the first president, breathed the
American ideals in his farewell address, so has Wood row
Wilson expressed in his many utterances the loftiest ideals
n t i f i iiit i
01 niinianiiy. 'Hie more man
between them shows thai the
declaration of its fathers.
FIGHT FREDDIE WELSH
N'KW YOIIIC, July .' fh.ulex
White of CliifitKo ami I'reildie WoInIi,
world'a liiihtweiujil I'liumpioii. tire
niutolied to t'ijclit n teii-rouud limit
hete toniiilil. Hetliin; mid here to
day were (I to on While to heat the
KiiKliHlimiiii. The -lipulaletl wemlit
for both men wn i:i.'i pound.
To tho Kill ter:
If aa Councilman McdwiMkl Hitya
old man proaperlty (which wh have
heard no much about) U about to
arrive, why Ih It nereaaary to rebond
the city for the orlalnnl amount of
alrent pMVliig of l75U.2riO.0U? Why
not Malt till old proaiwrlty arrive
than I'lmy man that owoa a imvlug
debt Hill In able to pay. Ah the Mod
ford Hun aa: "ItHfundluK tho debt,
ti'liiilniini' the propoi t' owner uho
hav paid their aaaeaameutii, would
InrieaiMi the municipal tiidubtedueaa
at a lime when over) buid noun prln
rlplw uritea retrenchment." A lari
majority of tin huiiIu of Mwliord
do not live on paved atreeta. Wo
ware told that If yon have the at reel
paved In front of your, pnHrty It
will Itiereaao (lie value of our prop
erty one half. Whllat the people
Itvlua- off the paved atraeta may re-
cetve aonio benefit they bad muhlim
lo aay almut contracting the dein.
therefore I don't M the JuMU-e oi
Haddllnw a debt of $Tr.,J.,.'.".' upon
tlieiu, ami tuy tiplnlon U that it It
la aubmitloil to a ot It will be voted
iluwu. it will b an uxpunao wiinn
the men aiibmlttlttic should be made
to nav. I think a bettor aim mote
Jut plau would be to ortHit toll Kate
at over pued atrevt and ctillaot toll
from every man that tiaval It that
duoa nut Ilvo on It. and attor there
la loll enough collootod to pay for
v lua then Uoolara It fre. 1 would
autat to (ho huaoiablo oounrll that
vi lion the ueotlou la auhuilttiHl to tne
MOil that thev also oiutNHly tb (oil
gate plan, an It would bo more just,
and better than paving Internal on
a liomleil tndoiiti'diieiia for HO van
1 ltltl MIHI.l..
Milni.l lih 1
JoHri A. Perl
WH S. UMtTMJTI'
I'I.hiiiw M. 17 and 1 7-1 J
Auibulauco Siinlco tVrouec
a ceiiinry t.uai. mis eiapscu
nation is still faithful to the
GUEST OF MORGAN
(ii.iiNcovi:, x. v.. .ini :i. n
wiih Iciiiiied itlitltoritnliwlv toiln
that the liitih ambuHHodnr. Sir (V
eil SpriiiK-Klee, wax tin jruel of Mr.
Mpomii over muht anil wa- at tin
hifukl'a-t t.ihle Iim1.iv .md uitne-wd
(the .ioo!h: of the Im.imui.
Mctlfortl's Lcadliifl Theater
MOMIW M Tl I SOW
Afternoon and IIvciiIok
6000 wt of Pictures
Showing tin Sietniv nnd D'Velop
ineiit of the Itogitf Hivir 'illev.
Over 1000 People Are
Shown in Iliese hlnis
About 300 Different
y HAYS DMA-J
diidsun' I m or l-'luor "Hv, llaliouy
l.-.t, ( Midi. -n 15c,
Mctlfortl's Lcaillafl Theater
'BIG FOURTH OF JULY SHOW
. s. it miAY l(Jl,
7 p. m I'MIl MlduiKht
! Francis X. Bushman
I proaoiitod in
The Man WtaFound Out
I VttMKi . ih i i' m d
Hunting a Husband
r. to r.c
Kuiiu- vhaao of Hrograut Utiuduv,
HOW TO BE
Smile! Look Pleasant!
.'Ml'.s llorolhy (iMi po.sliiK evpeclally
MY KSTIir.lt HOFFMANN
"A plain uirl can tu the .ljmy I m
jfiliint' of toiluy, 'fjet iiwiiv with it i
hIio will look iileiiHaut, Mild evi'i
HiniliiiK Dorothy Oilt the other day
when iinUciI what it liomelv tiir
IkuiIiI do to miike Hoplo foi-jjct her
"Von know," nhe eontiniied, "llieti"
are no it'll 1 itglv iil in the wmld.
livery Jfiil i prellv lo aoiuciine ;l
hIk can oulv I'iinl him.
"You know, a famous lieniilv xt'ir -oil
on a eareer ot 'beaut v nilvitnr' n
LONDON. .Iidv .1. The Itilvri.iti
Hteaiiixliip ItodiioiMint waa lorped I
nml aiiuk liv n (i.'i'iiian Ktihmnriiic lo
day. The ercw wm Inuded at Fal
iiioiiIIl The lloilimjjiuit wiih 11,111 lim
CI'oxm nml - built at Siiudeilaml in
Mill!). She wiih aril) I'cetrlonj.'. :is
I'eel lieain ami 17 I'eet deep. She
was Inat reMirlei at I'orl Tulhnl,
I'luuliiuil, .Iiiik 12. The Nli'iiincr w:i
owned by the Antwerp Shipping ruin
Thoro will ho a grand hull at tin
Mooao Hall Saturday night. Jul .:
I.adloa free, dmlaslon ro cintu
New 1915 Model
1 7 Xczv Features
Wc luivo on display
the mitomobtlo sensa
tion of tho ugo tlio
Nov 1915 Maxwell.
Ve want to show you
this car which has every
virtue of tho highest
priced American or
foreign enr, and u num
ber of improvements
not found in any other
ear at any price.
Thl. "VV'onJ.rCr"Ill. Flc
Irlo ScU-Hinr nj KtrsliU
I.Ubu uuli W (t.
Powell Auto Co.
i wtttu m
So Says Film Favorite.
to lllustrnle IhLs ln'auty article.
lew miii- n uo with that one ereed.
"Look plcnxiint. Smile with the
world ami nt tlie world. Kmilo when
yiui are Imppv nnd ninile if you are
il. Smile nt yoinM'll' nml with your
"f4iuh nt your enemies nnd nt
tliooe who liute you nml the fir-it
thin you know you will be the ino-t
liopiiliti jjirl in your not. People
won't look nnv further than voiir
Hinile, nnd ifoe withoilt anyiiiK th'v
vill hiiv: 'I like that uirl witli tlie en-
'Iriiiicing' Hinile.' "
CONSTANTINOl'U:, July H.-The
rcpulM' of llnli-di itsHitullr on the
Oallipoli peiiiiiNiilu is reporleil in tin
olTiciiil hlntement -ucd todav ill
llm Turkinli war oil ice. The emu-
"Itenewed ultncks liv Hie Hntinli
ilurimr the pa-l three diiys near Avi
Itiiimi nml Seildul Hnlif were bciileii
oil' with Iicavv lo-s to Hie cucin.v.
Tlie llriti-li were driven back iulo
llicir old position-,
CHICHESTER S PILLS
0. 'inr. iri.viio.Ni nit.iM). x
ItlAMIIMI IIIIA.MI 1'II.I.N. lot a
vtll.k" Idltlli .I.MIctt.AloariKtIU !
SOLD BV DRUGGiSTS EVERYWHERE
TRUE TO ITS NAME
GET OUR PRICES
in N linti.il Ave.
On all iniiTolu'S, gonns, dirt
nntl spots. Our pliint is
modern, sanitary and wo
know how. Try us and he
convinced. Special attention
to all classes of work.
We Must Have
The White Velvet
Ice Cream Co.
2 S. Ceutral
A Special Meeting has
been called for
Tuesday Evening, July 6
at 8:00 o'clock
BRO. JAMES J. DAVIES
Director Gerieral of the L. O. O. M.
and Governor of Mooseheart will be
here and wishes to meet every mem
ber of the order. A great treat is
promised all that attend.
S. Benson, Mar. A. T. Luntlhorfl, Ass't Mar. L. P. Byrne, Asst Mar.
"Getting there is one thiiiR. GcttinR
there without trouble is another. If
you want to avoid trouble on tho
journey ro on Diamond SquceRce
Some people think tlie import
ance of their work is gauged by the
noise they make.
Other men do big things without
bluster or ostentatious effort.
If the noise he makes over it were the
true measure of the importance of a man's
work, Grant and Dewey would have been
Diamond Squeegee Tread Tires are
oing right along about their business, Riving
wonderful road service and justifying the widc-
3pread faith in them, without making
sary to keep up a constant commotion regard
ing their merits.
If you wish to know how to secure
mileage economy and freedom from tiro trou
bles just ask anybody who is using Diamonds.
You will not have to look far.
Diamond Squeegee Tread Tires are sold at these
PAY NO MORE
Are Sole Agents for the
We handle only the Diamond because it's far tlio bet
ter for the price buy them and cut out tire trouble.
Stop at the incomparable
Hotel Benson. Modern,
Send for free booklet.
vjTTlH H 1 ML ,B
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