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MEBFOtlT) ItfATTJ TRTT3UKTC. MEDFORD. OREaON, WEDNESDAY, 'AUGUST 18, H9t5.
WORLD GETS NEW SEAPORT AS HOUSTON OPENS
HER NEW CHANNEL TO OCEAN-GOING VESSELS.
SEEK SHARES OF
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BAN FKAN0ISCO, Ann. 18. For
nior Governor John M. Slnton of
Georgia Issued lodny a fltntcnicnt on
I ho Frnnk cjiho, coikIimiuiIiik tho nil
ilrws delivered Innt nlslit by Mnyor
.1, 0, Woodward of Atlnntn, On., nnd
terming tho mnyor "old nnd Rnrrn
Iohh." Ho cnllod tho Frnnk enso n
"footlmll of politics."
romincntlnR on Mr. Woodward's
Rtntomcnt thnt three fourtlin of tho
ptonlo of Georgia, Including hliusolf,
nc Moved Frnnk Riillty nnd contlonltiK
tho lynching, Mr. Slnton sntd:
'Similar utternnccs tnndo heforo
the lynching iintiirntly resulted In
flutiseaucnt Inwleasncss. In ono
hrenth he proposed to dofotid the fnlr
imtno of Atlnntn and Ocorgln, nnd In
tho next hrenth ho enst on them tho
most terrible odium nnd comlomnn
tlon. "Mnyor Woodwnrd lUiggeMccl thnt
I could not return with snfoty to
Georgia within n yenr. Such n state
ment In not only a Rross reflection
on tho (Unto hut Is nhsurd nnd ridic
ulous nnd It fiirfhr stimulative of tho
mob Impulse, coming from nn offi
cial who Mhould ntnnd In fnvor of Inw
nnd order. It Is In nccordnuco with
uttornnco of others who expect to
utlllzo tho Frnnk enso for political
proferment nnd ns nn usset for dom
inating tho politics of Ocorgln. It In
horrlblo to think thnt n human llfo
could bo mndo n foothnll of politics."
E n I 4 mL V y yti. " IjK vPPL .
Y' II . VHP m. rM.'Jm 's mP"" ' w jM'
Klrytucciin going Ntciuuc'i to il ink at new it of lloiwtoti
LONDON, Aiiir. 18.--The llnnili-lrf-lilad
of Amsterdam wiyn Hint Dutch
(roH opened firo loilny upon u flor
mnii Zeppelin which hailed oci Duleh
This iKuvupnper n iiolel liv Hie
Neuter coriUHpondent lit AniNleriliiili,
Milton thnt the Zeppelin L-IO up
pcnied over tlio ihIiiiiiI of Vliel.md,
('ruining about for nn hour. The
Dutch Moldiers fired at her Willi
The Zeppelin fiimllv xnileil iiv:iy,
pnhiijjr helween I he islands of Vlic
laud and Terncliullin;:.
SCORES DIE IN FLOOD.
(Continued from I'ngo Ono.)
practically annihilated so fnr as hous
es aro concerned.
A refui;co from Komnhvn, n const
town, mild only ono houao wns left
standing In thnt plnco.
The iiewspntor observer who rench
ed Vlrglnlu Hill, tho north cud or
tho cmiHowny that connects (Inlves
ton with tho main land, nnd viewed
tho stricken city, reported thnt notli.
lug wns to be neon of several grain
elevators, lie snld tho draw bridge.
In (ho caiiHoway had been washed
nwny nnd that the high water evl
rinntly hud been soveral feet nbovo
tho caucowny. Ho believed tho num
ber of buildings destroyed In that
elty would run Into thousands Ho
Ha Id ho saw thousands of bales of cot
ton Oontlng around far from tho
Tho storm Is said to havo done
little damoKO along tho toast from
Corpus Chrlstl to Ilrownsvllle, anil
no lives aro loported lost In that dis
trict. No word has been received this
forenoon from nonunion!.
Iteports from Sun Antonio to tho
of feet that Point Isabel, loported
yesterdny ns IioIiik flooded, wns safe.
At tho adjutant general's depart
ment In Austin preparations were
made to rush tents, clothing snd food
to Oalveston nod other points where
relief may bo necessary.
HOUSTON, Toxiim, Aug. 17.
Threu thoUHiiud wnteiiueloiiH, Till
beevcH Imrheeued right on the
KrounilH, 20,(100 cups of eoffee, 'Jllll
lonveH of bicnd, oceans of ice water!
That in the eonimiHwiry ieiiiiic
uient for u little holiday Micial the
icople of lIoiiKtmi mo planning for
August 1(1, to eolehrnlo the nrrmil
of the find New York steamship in
Houston's liriiml new linrlior. The
entire populace of the city in going
to foregather that day on the hank
of tho deep water canal and lei the
world know that a new seaport has
After year, of patient wailing and
watching and working, the cil.v's
dream of a channel to the sea wide
enough and deep enough for the
paKniiu of occiiii-piinf; mwcIh, Iuim
just been realised. Tlie United
States government and the Houston
community have uliared eiiially the
cost, amounting lo uliout .1:1,01)0,(101)
Now the city of Houston in hpciidm;;
.'1,000,0110 more for docks and ware
Iioiihch. Ocean freiuhln I'onncrlv declined
for (lalveKtoii may he liroimlit Till
niileH fuither at water nil ok for
transportation to inland poinln by
rail. Outpiiii,', the rail haul is Till
A H'nular lino of steamers of (he
Atlantic, (lulf & West Indies Co.
will ply between New York and
WASHINGTON, Anjr. 18 Kxeeu-
Hiie office of nil the nielnli trades
union affiliated with-the' Aiiiorn-nnj
Federation of Lubon will meet liens
Monday to tliseiiftt a .eneinl eaui
piiiiii to pet for labor sumo oftlu
pniHts which thoy wiy me aeerninc
to American uiiiiiiifiotMn'rH tliroiui
war orders. u'
Heforo the executive board of the
National association of Mnchiuir-U
resumed its sessinn lodav, W II
Jolmston, piesident, discussed a dec
laration by Viee-l'ies'idenl .1. !. Kep
ler, that he would uif;e an immediate
national strike in plants which l'ae
refused to ratit an eiht hour day.
"I do not belie e that (he feudal
strike plan will meet with liivo","
said .lolmston, "hut theie certainly
will be u determined movement to
improve conditions of the mueliiii-istrf."
1 0 TREASURE SHIP HAD
Any Time Is
A Good Time For
VICTOIHA, II. C, Aiir. IS. -Postmaster
II. F. lllshop, who was
purser on tho Canadian Pacific steam
er Islander when she was wrecked
In (Instlnenu channel, Alaska, In
1002, says thnt only $1700 of koIiI
wont down with tho boat. A belief
Is Widespread that Hovernl hundred
thousand dollars of treasuro was
lost, and uuvernl expeditions havo I
sought to recover tho Rold. Ono von-1
sol Is at this tlmo draKRliiR tho wutom j
In hopo of locating the hulk..
I'KTKOdltlUI), Auk. 18. The
Koxeinor-eneial of Vilna has or
dered the removal of the eipiipmeiils
of lactones and of hanks, together
with supplies of metals, including
church bolls, leather and other ma
terial which midit he of valuu to the
I'leparatious for the evacuation
of llialystok continue. The town is
in ilaikness at niht on account of
attacks y (lorinan airenift.
Keporls reaching heic finui Poland
aie thai ItiiKsiaiis who remained in
Win h'.i afler its captiire havo been
lemoved to the interior of (leriimii.t.
PORTLAND, Aug. 18. -The joint
concessional rivers ami harbors
committee, 10 in number, in rived this
morning. The party is headed by '.
M. Slmrkmaii of Florida, eliaiimnu of
the house rivers and hnihors rom
iiiittee. Senators Clinmheilniu and
Lane escorted tho pnrtv tlirjun'i
Oregon, Hepreseirtativo Hawley join
ing Hio paily at Salem. Itvpnucn
tative MeAithur met them at tli) de
pot here. Hcpiosonlntivo .lohuson of
Washington welcomed the patty on
behalf of his slate.
MF.IICLIPS HI-'ACII, Wif.li.. Aug.
18. Fire at 'J:lf this morning suupt
away a lai-ge pail of (his town. Tho
buildings deslmved aie the Inland
Hotel, MeCammoii Hotel, iHi-toI'lic.
beach paxilion and four cotlnacH.
(leertr, Soiim' stole ami one cotutct
were damaged. The llaitie piond o
lapidly it was impoHHible to toll
wheio Ihev fctarled. Oicupaiits o!
some of the liuildiim- had innow
K0VN0 LOST TO RUSSIA.
(Continue from Page Ono),
poll peninsular near Sin la llnv has
been engaged lieaxily, Is eonnnned in
nn offielal repoit today fiom (leuernl
Sir Ian Hamilton, tho Hritikh com
mander. The llritiih isunmandpi at Uio Dir
danelles front state that tho ItntUh
left had won .100 vanls, iuoludiuir h
Turkish Iruneh. Sir luu aUo re
ported the repuNe of dvtonmuml
Tuikisli attnekii ugaiuot the Austra
Little uliauge is repot ttd in ttn- i
jdoinatie hituation in the Near Kat.
Fonner Premier Voniyeliw of Ocmm-j
ho- nnked for four diivs in which
Hudv cnnditioiib before deciding
whether to form a now cabinet, i
believed to havo arrived at mi mioW
htunding with King Coim(hiiU. but
it is not considered probable tint il
rfMill, will bo the orly eitr oi Ore -i .
into" tlio war on (h itido of ti tn-
"Alms .liiiimv alcutine" that will
be gixeu in moMiig picMuc at the
KuiUio theativ, Wednesday and
Thursday, afternoon ami evouiiu
wan placed hoio miuic time ago and
was considered one of the best otei
seen in the city. II i full of tirrui'
ineideatb ami touching nceiics with
plenty of emotional acting. Itolierl
VYaiwiek iik aluib Jiuiiuv 'aleulini
defumU a Koe ,uue jouug lad Horn
insult in a railroad pallor ear and
diMippoHr. One da ylu is Siug
Sing with her father, who v lieuten
ant goomor and ieco;iiiiis her do
liverer In the pcron of Lee Kumlall,
aliai. .Iiiumv N'Hleiitine. lie pleads
faUe imprisonment and the ouug
lady seciitvH hu ieJese tbiugh lier
fatlier, who gtts him n po.Uiuii m, s
hank, lit im sttaight" but Iuh tl
HitMieiHttto Hbd tltNU( Hlt flei
him but he waitt,. thta oft hhi! i om
ggl to Kit Lhum. .liwiHv wo iw
ognlwd a the uuwt esjHMt HHfe op
OHM' NtMl utti' rU ttj Utllo si(er t
hw fmtHe is ancubMiUllv liM'ked m
tii lutnk nHf. Itmidall row lor
wiiril mid with finger-tiv thai lm
been imii-iI to (lie oick fur; the work.
lit) tod. ldtll MHit alUullv UH
III he oh i). tlif iti(. Tli rhibl i m-li'Usi-il
Hut on tlif i liitfff of this
work tin itiiiiu lb ! tivt NreiMil
bun '1 lit' iut hi inn it l(.-r hmriw
yon van umrioe tbt tt.
1 iTi:itt'ltlt.. ACTO c.it CO.
l.eavo Medford dally except Sun
day for Ashland, Talent and PhooiiU
at s a. m l:ir, :t:00 and H : 1 r nnd
10: IB i. m. (Saturday at 1 1 ; t R p.
in.) Sunday leave at K:Oo and 11:U0
a. m., I: Oil, n:0l) ami !i:il) p. in.
l.oao AshlHud dull) ceept Sunday
at il'Oli a. m , 1 3. Ml. 2 .1(1, I: no and
7:00 p. m. and Sunda at in-tin a.
in., 13 noon, I 00, 0 and 10 30 p. in.
AUTO HKItVlUC FiHMI H.(JI,K
POINT TO MdM'Oltll AMI HACK
Tho undersigned will Icavo Frnnk
I.owls' confectionery overy dny ex
cept Sunday for Medford with his
auto at I o'clock p. in., arriving nt 3
p. m. Leave NiibIi hotol, Medford, nt
f p. m., nrrlvo nt Hnglo Point nt 6
P. m. A part of tho traffic Is solicit
ed. S. II HAHN'ISH,
Knglo Point, Or
Tho Medford, delegation who wmt
lo Crescent City to meet the nbovo
committee, returned last night and re
poit prosiject linglfi' for the opening
of the harbor. A reception was held,
ami speeches mado iiupiessiug the im
portance of opcniiig the harbor to
develop the timber, mineral and com
mercial resources of southern Oregon.
Crisp, delicious and bettor than over
before they have a body and form that
keeps theincrisp and firm they don't
mush down in cream as the ordinary
corn flakes do.
These Superior Corn Flakes are not
only a delightful breakfast food they
make an appetizing lunch at any hour of
And how the kiddies do enjoy Ihem!
After playtime for lunch or supper
the crinkly brown flakes just hit the
Post Toasties arc made of the choicest Indian cornjsteam cooked, daintily
seasoned, rolled and toasted to a delicate golden-brown.
Ask your Grocer for
They reach you ready to serve mighty good with cream or any kind of
New Post Toasties
the Superior Corn Flakes
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED EXPRESS PREPAID.
AM of our Neckwear up to 35c
values, to be closed out IQ
Thursday. Each A J j
Central Ave., Near Postoffice
Women's Fast Black Hose. A
good 25c number. On IP
sale Thursday. Per pair JL5G
in a delicious, cooling,
refreshing glass of
"-; far Thirst
fl at jtwr farc fountain I
.Mm ly tlu com a ( ,Msiroiil Smln
Now is the Time to Buy
New all wool Serges audi 10 inch Silk and Wool Poplin
Fancy Checks, US CA worth 1 .'i on Knln n
nches wide, a yard.. J V Thursday, a yard . J OC
:i inch Soft Finish Taffetta
in black and colors, special
aym(l el O C
IS inch all Silk lUcssaline in
every shade, sale
price, a yard
Trope de Ohene in all color.-?.
10 inches wide, worth $1..")0,
New wool Poplins, (Jabcr
dines and Serges, real $1.25
atvlues, now a HO
DON'T FORGET TO SEE OUR NEW SUITS AND COATS
Final Clearance of
l WI lit I Cl 0M
New Middies with
.Manuel ( oilai-s, jpe-
100 Lingerie AVaists,
all this season's goods
up to $2.00 allies, to
close out QQf
(piick, each yOv
An odd lot of slight
ly soiled O'Cv
Waists each ..ldOj
lijiee Waists, good
styles, up to $10.00
Crepe de Chine Waists
$:.00 values, salo
Fine Lingerie and all
Linen Tailored Waists
up to $.1.00 values,
now, fof I Q
"Women's Vosts. loc trade .llcJ
Women's :.") Cnion Suits 29?
Women's 7oc Cnion Suits 59
Comr.v Cut Vests, 1Sc values ll
Women's Utfc Cnion Suits 4S
Children's 25c Pants, lmir . 10
Vnsi Colored Oil Cloth, yard 17
JK inch Cambric, a yard . . 10f
(Jood nieeehed Sheets, each 39c
Fruit of the Loom Muslin, yd. 10
(5ood 1 luck Towels, each .9
(tood Pillow Slips, each . 12
Clark's 0. N. T. Spool Cotton
7 for 25c
Bucilla Crochet Cotton, ball 9
Snap Fastuei-s, nil sizes, dozen. ..3tf
Miiiiutl lalcum Powder, can 9
Luster Cotton, all colors, ball ie
Duruing Cotton, siwcial, ball 26
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