Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, July 14, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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MT5D-F0RD MATL TRIBUNE, MEDFORlJ OREGON. WEDNESDAY, ,.TTLY It. 1915
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ULRICH WANTS
OLD LIBERTY BELL TO STOP IN MEDFORD AT 2 A. M. FRIDAY.
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RANGE HONORS
SUGAR
FACTORY
VIEW
ORIC RELICT
PROMOTORS COMING
COUNTY CASH USED
COMPOSER
MEDFORD DEPO
WARRANTS
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Bastile Day Witnesses Ashes of De
Lisle, Author of Revolutionary
Hymn of Liberty Placed With Im
pressive Ceremony In the Hotel Des
Inva'ldis.
l'AIHS, July 1 J. With impie
bivo corrniiinv the utiles f Ciiittiiu
Claude Joseph )ui;rl De IJnlti, i-oni-posiT
of the Miin-eillnifo, worn plnccil
today in the Hotel J)cm Invitliilc.
Thousands stood with linnd" ijih'ov
cred an the t'offtu iih)ii ii pin cur
ringe of tlie revolutioimrv period
nhrd under the Are On Triotuphe
down the Avenue Ocm Chump KI.vhck
nerosH tlin Alexiiudur hridce to (lie
c&puluunde.
President I'oincnre, nil (lie rnrin
licrs of the eutiitict, the pruMdcntH ot
the senate nud ohnuihei' and the
liilut offieinlti of the Kovenuuent
mnrehed behind the pin enrrine
while u detnehiueut of drnooiiM led
the wny.
Cliot-nt (Irvet MAtelllnlo
While tho cortej-o wnn piiHNinj; the
lin-pitul in the IioIoIm nlmiK the
Avenue I)oh Chumps Klysi', ever
Imlcnuy nud window wnn filled with
wounded men nnd in the den-e crowd
on the pavement ninnv inninied sold
ier nud hronrcd reeorviHtH, home on
leave, xuluted tho bier nnd the pres
ident of the republic in solemn sil
ence. There were no rhecrs until the
roeexiou pushed the, Grnnd Palais,
Avheu the republican gunnl baud
Vtruelc up the "Marseillaise." "Viva
F. S. lirymui'll, one of the promot
orn of the proposed $800,000 beet
Niigar factory in tho ItflKUo river val
ley wjll be in Medffird within week
or U'n days, nud bis comiiiK nill in
augurate the fall ttitupaiKii lor the
sceurinn of nennj;e. The beet ujenr
committee, who entnpaixued for acre
age Inst spring will npiin tube clmrjic.
Inerensintr nssurnneoH n'e jtivet
W. II. (lore bv Mr. Kniimvvll in a let
ter received today. The epistle
tecum with optimism over the outlook,
and stales be will make an iimpor
lion of local conditions nud .that if
conditions are favorable as report
indieato there will be no ptetion
about the building of the faetorv.
The beet sugar committee will hold
n ineetlui; in a few days lo consider
future plans. The letter is us fol fel fol
eows: Portland, Ore., .lulv 121, lOl.'i.
Hon. W. 1 1. n.Tre,
Medford. Oregon.
My dear Mr. ("lere: ,
Thanks for your fuvor ut hand
just now.
I have deoided lo run down your
way nt an nnilv dnl and go over the
ninler of buildiii'.' of n sugar factory,
but more particularly to nxauiiue the
growing beets us I want to sire them
hip in n general way. The sample
received are so much better than I
could have anticipated that.il seem
hard lo think the beets generally aie
anything near as good as the sam
ples sent mo nnd yet Mr. Storev says
the Maniples he sent me nre not the
best but what he calls nu overage. I
have no ton son whatever to doubt the
word of Mr. Storev for ho is a gen
tleman of high character nud his
wonl with me is worth 100 cents on
the dollar and vet even m I can hard.
Iv imagine the stupendous growth
!. r'rnnoo!" and "Viva lo nrinee!"i
shouted the crowd in n sMnttineoim Ihe Raid heels have made and to he
burst of enthusiasm. A llot'lln nnu aicragc. I want lo see what the
ncronlaues. fl.xiiiir low. eirelid oer wnrM beets look like. I want to
the Are Oe Tiiomphe at the stmt tunl, find Ihe weak ii'nw. Hunt I will bel
followed the lino of the procession i in a portion, to vivo inv wonl to Mr.!,,
William 1'lriili, the birge-t holder
of eounty wurnints in southern Oro-
gou has filed n votbal protest nptiinst
County Trenmirer Knd Colvitf, hold
ins' in the neighborhood of $51,0011
county cash on baud. Tieamircr
Colvig liolds that by so doing he is
eoniplying with the stale lawn, whirh
provides that $18,000 must be held
in the vaults for payment of the
slule's sliaio of the taxi's Tor the
second half, and that $0100 is held
for payment of warrants, called but
not turned in.
"Mr. (ilvijr goes upon the theory
that no one is going to pay nnv tuxo
lor the second period, says .Mr. LI
Hell. "Hint is nlwiml. It Is easier
for them to pay in the fall 'than in
the spring. The statu law provide
that whenever there is .tl.lOII in the
treasury warrants up lo that amount
should bo called. Itv the way Mr.
Colvig is aeling he is ifiipniring thu
value of oar paper."
"Something ought to he done o
Mr. Colvig so he would know whole
he stands. If I didn't have Ihe lepu
tntion of being the nicnne-t man in
the county I would find out."
.Mr. Ulrich said ho held JLIOO
worth of Klamath eounty w'urrunts,
which had been held up for three
years by u federal injijnctinn and
did not know what would become of
them or his money.
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View of historic rellee now en nwti 'i lb' San I'l-nntlsco cxpiwltlon ritiin riiilatlelplila, which will halt ton
minutes. In gle (be js-oplc n eliaiiro to len II,
Mnll Tribune, Mctlford, Oro.
Loulu liutt, nctliiB chair-
itinn, telegraphs from Wo-
nntchec. Washlnglon, "com-
mlttco will glvo Meilford ten
minutes Friday morning,
about 2:00 r. m.
. GKQ, E. CHAMDKKUMN.
Sonntor Clinmberlaln has secured
permission for tho famous Liberty
Hell to Mop 10 minutes at Medford
Friday morning about 2 o'clock, bo
that the pcoplo of Medford may see
tho, treasured historic relic of Ameri
can liberty.
Tho railroad platform will be light
ed, affording abundant Illumination
for seeing tho bell, which is on a
largo car called a gondola.
Tboro will bo n band concert In tho
park, followed by waiting meetings at
tho churches wohero patriotic pro
grams will bo rendered and tho his
tory of tho bell related. Moving plc
tttro bouses will glvo continuous per
formances and a dance at tho Kntn
torlum will help keep tho light footed
nwalto.
yll details of tho program will bo
announced tomorrow. Acting Mnyor
Mcdynski has ordered tho flro alarm
sounded In tlmo to awaken tho sleepy
and ng.tla as tho bell arrives.
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to the Hotel Dos Invulides,
"Wherever it resounds," suid Pres
ident Poinrare, speaking al' thu lintel
Des Invulides, "the Marscillai"('
evokes the idea of 11 sovereign nation
thai has a passion for independence
anil whoso sons, nil of them, prefer
deliberate death to servitude.
riK-nks Ifnlvi'i-Mil Tongue
"Its striking notes speak the uni
versal laugiiHvu understood todny
throughout the woild. A livtiin like
that was needed to interpret in a war
like this Ihe geneious thotigght of
I'm 11 en.
"Once more Ihe spiiil of domiiia
tion menaces the liberty of the peo
ple. Our demoemev for inniiv long
years contented itself with works of
police and it would have considered
eriminnl or in-ane nnv man who
would have dared to notim-h wnrlik'
projects notwithktaiiding repeated
provocations, nnd nnrdlc. of sin
prises at Tangier and at Agadir,
.France remained willingly silent and
inipaie.''
Piemdenl Pnlnuure rapidlv
skelebed the events in I!uros' lead
ing up lo the war, finding everywhere
11 deliberate purpose of (lenosuv Hitd
Austria-IIungnrv "to provoke whi for
their own objects, n hiilur will
hhow."
MACON, flu., July 1 1. A posse or
eitieiiN nud county officers today
shot and killed Peter .lueksou, a lie-
ro, nceiced of killing thice white
men near l oeliran. (in. Ihe uecio
v nun 11 lavnmiiie niero is ai- ,,, i,,,.-:,.,,,!,.. i.iliwi.. ; 1.: 1
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soltilcly no nueshon but what Hih- ,. . r- , , .,, , ,,
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to JVjHirtH, I('V U till' llMUM with
GEORGIA MOB I m , :Z:-...--
ounmo Hcnrjnx . - Site d F-Vr. .
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$M&
N'iblev and if favorable ther" is ab-
lactorv will lie nuiil. m mat un
less nil signs foil I will be on the
ground in u few days. have to go
to linker this week to be none a few
davs then to vmir splendid country.
In the inein t'tue be good.
Very truly,
V S IlItAMWKI.L.
MARRIED IN HASTt MAY
NOT REPENT AT ALL
CRATER LAKE TRAVEL
BEATS ALL RECORDS
XotwithtMiulinir 11 lull i-iiiim'I b
fiovoral days f rsiny aud ( i
weatlier, Crutor l,uku traxcl Mnl
keeps h Iwid over last Vem. wlmU
tiroko all preWous nsMird- Oit
July 11, the number of nuto le-i-tered
wii8 .'IU1, nnd the nuinbei ..i
touribU 1IHW a agniu-t l'ui '
nud 101)2 touiUta oil the sume d.t
n yoMr hmo.
li. A. Welch who mtuined Tues,!.
from a visit to tbtt lnke with bis lain
ily, state that the Ukt nowr looked
mure beautiful. Ont drift of mha
etill line thu iod and the path !
tho lake wuuU IN why thtouieh deep
enow banks. The air is brHcinit nud
i'liio iluring the dav bat cold ut night.
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AT SI. .V SI. 1IKIT. KTOUK
Ono of thu ulggeat July donn-un
eales thut wilt lie held In Modfonl
or Jackion couuty will be that of the
SI. & Si. Department store which be
gins Saturday of this wsek The store
will bo closed Thursday and Friday
to rearrange and mark thu goods
down for this big sale. -
Everything will Ik) Ineludert -and
you can find every thing in wearing
npparel for the wholo family at that
store. No ueed of running around
to different stores to buy for differ
ent members of thjs family.
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dyuAiuite. Jackson, it was staled,
continued firing after his house was
dynamited, he then was shot down.
The dead are W. S. Hogg, night
marshal; Lynn Sanders, farm sup
ervisor, and Oscar Law-son, u farm
hand.
Ineksnn, according to reports, was
criticised bv Sanders for work h.
had done, and the iuvorvior is said
to hne struck the nrgo. biter, it
is ulleged, Jackson, accosted Sand
ers, drew 11 pistol and fired, killing
him.
Hogg nud Iwson wont to Juek
son's home today to nrrgot liini when,
it H alleged the negn
et bun
i fired
them with a shotgun.
upon
Mm . MJjorimer Raker
Wllllitin Uiriuier, forttu'r l'ultsl
Stiitos Senator, and financier shaiisl
the spolllghl wtlli his Itl-ycur old
ilniigbler. Slarjorle, when she elos-l
i-orently with (linrle J. I'arUor, CliU
cngti liiislness iiuiii.
WAR TO END IN OCTOBER
KAISER'S WORD TO BANKERS
LONDON, July II The Oeriuan
c nj eror, nrcnrdlng to tli Times, In
1 speech lo a deputation of hankers,
who bad Insisted on nn Interview In
order to point out to the omporor tho
financial difficulties or tho situation
and Ihe gravo risk attending tho pur
suance of tho oamiKilen Uirnuitli an
other winter, stated that tho war
would end In October-
The bankers are allogml to havo
dwlared that even If the war was
brought to an end Immediately and
an Indemnity obtained, Germany's
position would be difficult, but that
If the war was prolonaed the Herman
umpire would bwonio utterly bank
rupt. It was In rMd.v to thoso repre
sentations Recording to tho Times,
that the emperor Is understood to
have declared that the war would end
In October
Alio smivin: ntosi k.w;i.k
POINT TO SIKDl'OHD AND HACK
Tho undersigned will leave Prank
Lewis' ooHfeetioHery every day cat
QOtU Sunday for Sledtord with his
aHto at 1 o'oleek a. hi., arriving at 2
IL in. Leave Nask hotel, Mwlford, at
5 p m . arrive at Basle Point at C
tu A part of the traffic Is solicit-
Qreen trading stanips wilt isj given ed f li II VANISH,
DON'T EXPERIMENT
You Will Make No Mistake If You
I id low Tills Ail Wee.
Never negleet your kidney s.
If you have pain In the hark, urin
ary disorders. dlsiluoM and nonous
nejm, it's time to act and no tlmo to
einorintont. Thttse are frequently
symptoms of kidney trouble, and a
rontedy which U roeommoudotl for
the kidneys should Ik) taken In time.
Doan's Khtiwy I'ills are a geod
remedy to use. It bus acted effect
ively in many rasos In this vieinlty.
Can .Medford metdoHts demand fur
ther proof ef merit thait the follpwing
testlwoHial?
UuhIbI Ktot u. C St . Jack0H1lle.
Ore . says: "I can't forjist how
much ool Doan's Kidney Pills dirt
me. I suffered from weakness of
the kidneys and all Ike disorder
that go with kidney comutalHt. I
aihetl all ever. Donii's Kidney Hits
soon tUed wo up in uood shaso,"
Prlee Mc, at all doalers. Don't
sioiiUy ask lor a khltiW remody get
Doan's KI4J104' I'Ula the tame that
hji). . WoMer-Mtlliiirn Co.,
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MANN'S
NKAK lOSTOFFJCK
AI,L PREVIOUS RECORDS BROKEN
BY THIS GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
Storecrow(led with satisfied customers. Many New Bargains for Thursday. All
I Jf Summer Goods must go. Everything for less.
NO APPROVALS, REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ON SALE GOODS
'. $C.OO DRESSES NOW 98c.
'Jo beautiful Wash Dresses well iiiticlc, nii-flv trimmed
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values up to J?(i.()0 go in this sale while QQr
they last at, each J O-'
$10.00 SKI UTS NOW !M.-.
About 'A") Women's Tailoretl Skirts, mad
wool materials, values up to $10.00....
while thev last
u- 11 1 ii ;ut
98c
$10.00-DKKSS13S NOW $1.98
'27 Linen, Voile and (lingham wash dresses well made
oi spieiKim maieriais, values up to iu.uu
while thOy last
at, eaeli ."
$1.98
$t.(K) SILK PIOTTICOATS 9Se
Jo all silk niessaline petticoats, Kod colors
up to$l values, while they last at, each
98c
FIRST SHOWING OF NEW FALL SUITS
Clark's O. X. T.
tSinil C'oUoh .
7 for 25c
LITTLE THINGS AT LOWER PRICES
(i loves, Id button
lisle, Toe values,
now, pair
44c
SiuiituI Tallinn
1'owilcr, J'yf au
a- h
9c
Luster Cotton and
Sans Silk, now ball
4c
Neckwear, up toflou
values, this sale
each
19c
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY FOR LESS
Women's and chil
dren's fast black
hose, pair
9c
WolnciiV sleeveless
vests, now, eaeh
7c
Women's Vnion
Suits, .MOV values
now, each
23c
Yonien's Comfy
cut Vests, 20c val
ues, now
14c
Women's Porous
Knit Union Suits
0-")c values now, a
suit A 0
48c
DOMESTICS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
I Jest Die
now, a ard
4c
priuts
IJii inch fine I'aiu
brire, now a vard
9c
Uest Colored oil
ebtli, a 2")c value
now, a yard
17c
7J.90 Bleached
sheets, tiOc value,
now
39c
42 and lo inch v
Pillow slips, eaeh
lie
GREATEST WASH GOODS SALE IN TOWN
1000 iK new fan
cy YVi.vcn Lawn
and l'n'i, lie value,
thu Mtlr, a vmm
8c
2(HM) ds fine Dim
iti and l-'laxoiis in
dainty pattms, 2b
values, tlii& sale, a
vard
14
20(MI wis. genuine
imported .lap Crepe
up to 23c . values,
this sale, a yard
15c
2000 ds fine Scotch
(ihitfham, :V2 inches
me,
iloW,
L'OC
value
a vard
18c
s.
1000 yds. o(i inch
colored linens in
all shades, up to 75e
values, this sale, a
vard
39c
20 OFF ON ALL PARASOLS 20 OFF
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