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Tho Democrflllo Times. Th Mftlford
Mull, Tho Mcflfonl Tribune, The South
rn OreBonlan, The Ashland Tribune.
oSS monlhrmnT-"!rr.T.'II,8:!I.S(,,,v,'l by W''inf? unitedly
iia ranMth ilrtltvMt-iwi liv nctritnr In
Medrord. Phoenix, Jacksonville
nnd Central Point .. .50
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Official Paper of Jackson County.
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tiworn Clroiilnllon for 1914. ttitt.
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HONG KONG KOLUM
Mlmiy Mellrnn It del piilee foot In
It when bIii- tly on nuv rllpjiir
Ono tiling uiijliod) ran leant wllli
oitl nllartlng rlii ri i bottom- hwIiii
inlng.. Uji They (.'
".Mnry lmd a llttki lnniTi."
Tho pout long lmd writ.
Now Willi tho rlHliiK cent of niont,
Sliji'd belter hang on It!
: 1'IANO TUNNIl
? Minnie, Inilliinii
. . .
. l'limi Viiiidrtillo
(Slinw anil I.eo)
SlinwWliy did you cat no lllllo
while you '0rn In Purls?
I.t'o Herntiso nil thoy gnvo mo won
Sliuw What kind of olilrkon In
I.eo The kind Mint Ih nil wings
and maohlnury nnd no niuat.
8linwWlint kind of niiHwnr rnn
I expect titter tho way you embar
rassed nit' whllo In Hrussols?
I.co What did 1 do In llrussuls
Rhaw Do you remember that I
Introduced you to Plotro MitsenKiil,
who composed "Cnvnllorln ItUHtlcan
la?" I.eo Yea, I rouioinlior.
Shan' I told ynu ho wan a famous
conductor, nnd what wan tho reault?
I.oa Woll, what wna tho rosult?
Shaw Yon nuked It 1 lit for a trntis
for. And In London ynu bohuvod
wonto than Hint.
I.eo .guy not to, Theosophllee.
Sliaw Do you ,reoMll that I took
ton to the tlioatora to see play liy
I.io Well. what of UT
Hliaw At the tinfoil of tho tecond
not you got up in your Mat hiiiI liol
lord for tint nuthflr.
1'at Ouiuin llinlc
A wnrsjiiji touohwl st h military
port on tilt rMtat of IroUud and n
"Tummy" iumUhk fullbwnlwl lrUh
ir on tha atraet .necoatwl htm with:
llvrv, I ay. Jt, whH art ou
kuIu' to put thuM whUkom' tf )our
on (be rwwrvn Hut?"
Put lurutHl nnd eywl hli iiHtlaniir
thouihtrulty for thi pae of half
"l)aorra. Juat m ioom an vur oit
pli our own tngu on th olvll
IIhi," waa tn riply.
I lor Wtkli Canntcl
Tbay wire tltng off fowl In a
rtmtaurant. "You ." ha aplalutHt,
aa hv aliuwoil har taa n Ulilmna. "you
like hold bar. Tkon m umat both
iflMkaa wl.h anil pull, and wttrn Itihaavy e.paae of tmnsportaltuu nud
hroalia tha one who ha the hlgver
Knrt uf It will have M m her wlak.
tint I aoa't knew uii.it to HUh
fjDl'." ho protMh-d.
'Oh. bwt y mh Hi rn k .r .miic
thlna'" h auM.
' No. I eaa'l," afce ut-Ucj, . mu i
(hlni of unythtttg I want rv much "
W"ll ill wlah foi you, ' he ex
' ill sm i.ullv'" aba aakiMt
' W I il" ii, tliei' no ue foo'iii
v (h Utv it! a I -hlMiiir ' glie Jjt r
roi'ied. with a a lad atulta. ' yHt can
llDV Hi '
ADKPLOIMMLIO hick oHmi'moiiy o.wsisfs between Hie
cilies or.souiliern Oregon. K reminds one of village
rivalry that should have been long ago outgrown. The
prosperity of one -ity in no way injures the others. Each
occupies a field of its own. None can secure prosperity by
decrving the others. Their material interests can only bo
mi aiieinpi was matte u jiooi me iiiicj-csis 01 souineni
Oregon at the San Francisco exposition, but after making
an auspicious start, Klaiiiath county withdrew nnd went it
alone and has not been a gainer thereby.
This petty rivalry and jealousy is shown no where so
plainly as in attempts to seen re the benefits of automobile
tourist traffic. Grants Pass has for several years made
an organized attempt to divert travel from the Pacific
highwav to the coast route hoping thereby to roan a bene
fit at, the expense ol other
county has refused to co-operate in the movement to make
the Pacific highway a fii"S class boulevard. Crater Lake
tourists are directed to take the Gold Hill-Debenger Gap
road a make-shut highway,
the elloi't to Keep tourists away Jrom iMedlora l, Ijig signs
along the road efforts that cannot profit either Grants
Pass or Gold Hill.
Roseburg has retaliated against Grants Pass discrimi
nation by more or less successful efforts to induce the state
highway commission to adopt a new route for the Pacific
highway via Glendale and Tiller to Trail, thence to Cen
tral Point, which besides being many miles shorter, cuts
out Josephine county altogether. This road runs most of
the way through the forest reserve! which pays no taxes
and will not benefit a settler. Roseburg hopes thereby to
reap the benefit of Crater Lake traffic, though that city
has done nothing to make Crater Lake accessible or de
Klamath Falls has for years hammered the Iiogue river
valley country. I Jig signsilong the Pacific highway ad
vise the tourist to take the Agor route to Crater Lake, and
at Klamath Falls every effort is made to keep the tourist
from returning via this region, while the central Oregon
route is boosted. As a result the tourist .carries away the
impression that Oregon is a desert.
At the meeting of the congressional rivers find harbors
commission at Crescent City this week, Grants Pass ora
tors unfortunately allowed their prejudice to get the best
of facts by asserting that the Illinois valley would pro
duce more tonnage than the Rogue river valley for a rail
road and other assertions along the same line. Great care
was exercised that the congressmen should not be given a
glimpse of this section, which really will furnish most of
There is a glimpse of hope in the fact that harmony or
near harmony, prevails between Ashland and Medford.
Citizens of both towns realize finally that the prosperity
of the one is reflected in the other and that what helps one
helps both. The same community of interest sentiment
should exist among all the sections of southern Oregon.
The tourist is capable of judging for himself as to the
respective merits of the various localities. Give him the
opportunity. Say a good word whenever possible for
neighboring cities for nothing disgusts the stranger more
than the the knocker.
There is no surer way to homeseekcrs and investors out
of the country than to talk pessimistically about it your
self, and next to knocking your own city, the cardinal sin
is to knock your neighboring city.
KAYS IN PORTLAND
One of tho world Kreateit film
moving ploturoa, "Tho lllrth of a
Nation." U to have a allowing In
Portland next week at the llotllg
"TIim lllrth of a N'atlou" aturted
nut to ho a dramatization of TIioiiiuh
OKoii'h "Tho Olanaman," but It noon
uotgntw tho original Mory. It work
od Imokwanl from Mr. Dlxoii'm ro
mniiDO of tht reeonalruotlolT and in
cludttd the Civil war In an attempt
to uliow that thla country win not
roull) horn until It had proved ltn
unity b a hlduoua time of liloodhd
Tha film tol halt a million dollar
to maktf, oiuph)luK tliouiid or men
and huraea for IIh action
GERMANY VOTEvS ANOTHER
NEW WAR LOAN
IIIIULIN, Aug 81. -The relchatug . roachea Waahluuton net week.
jeaterday JMiaaail uuaiilmotialy the ten Private advlcea from Carrnnaa to
thouaaiut willlun marlta war loan oil jla Wuhlutou reiu'eaeiitntlvtM today
holh the aeeoutl and third lomlliiM. ''l ho expected to be In Mexico City
Dr. Karl Helfferlolt. the Imperial j Monday.
truaaiirer. hi hla apeei-h daallng with Aocordln to all Information rench
the enormoualy liiereaalnii enat of tliw I ll0r. GmuiR In tepllng to the
war. tha ateadlly linrroaalng coat of Pan-Ainorlcun appeal will reject tin
tha manufacture of ammunition, the Pace conference propoaul and urjte
oeuHitton of ntw tarrltory anld:
"UoUiMg fat (UataB thla owiul
ar of the war will tie harder In
mitv rapeta thaH In taa ft rat. lle
ii(l dud irvator aiartloua lauat tw
ruailc lo nuiport the hotua pptiUtlna,
.il tiuinii; want ami avrtlu threat-
We shall davol twool,li1 b' '""aeh of ilisclpllue for
lundreil willton marks (50,000,ei
hom tlic ikw ueitll to aaalatUg aol
illi rn' fauilli.i. .mi t (hom ut a( wurk''
lie aiaiu-d Hiui i h. altlaa mum
aitr...i t ioi hut tn.it lhy ar
iriuliua .iKJiio.) .u. h .i ii atirt taa. I
ii- in-.. .. iiiu.i ' .Hiiiuuv tha Heat to;
eoaaael ttiaaa to rrcogalte tkat art.
iiiicoiMjiivraliii " ,i'
AfEDFORT) MATTJ TRIBUNE,
1'op the common good
Oregon towns. Josephine
and Gold II ill co-operates m
Superintedent Steel ol the I'rnler
l.ako XhIioiihI l'aik leeeived n wire
to meet Stephen Miillier, usituut to
the aecieltirv of the interior, in
charge of uatiouHl iHtikx, at Med lord
Suturdny morning. I'pou his arrivnl
here, he received Hiiother wire to
meet him at ('hiloipiin iiikletul, Sun
day morning, necehMtnling u fotved
huek trii over the mountain.
.Mr. ,riither will nunc in Mtlford
Tnewluy evening and it tune permiU,
will he entciiaiued h the I'liiieoitv
CARRAN2A WILL CHANGE
BASE OF OPERATIONS
WASHINGTON, Aug. 81.- (Jonoral
CurrauaM, It was learned hero today,
la proimrliiK to mora from Vera Crtii
to Mexico City nt once and to have
hla government established in the old
capital by the time hla roupoiiHO to
tho PuiwAinorlrwn peace appotil
reeocnltlon of hU aovarnmeiit aa the
u rent guarantee of peace.
It became apparent that Carranzn fi
generals Inland to let their ehlefan
Her the conferees for them, whin
rcNHnoa trout them, lurliiitlug lion
etui landldo Aaullar. Koeraor
Vera irtu. arrive! staitiu that It
the gt'iterals to answer Indrpanileutl.
John A. Perl
jw h. lui'TMrrr
Pliones ,M. 47 aiut 17-J'J
lFEDFORD, ORFOON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21,
WALKS WITH TIGERS RIDES ELEPHANTS-
THAT'S MME. SCHUMANM-HEINK ENJOYING HER VACATION
EL 'An BBBBBBBamJaRSHaBaK
Mine. Srliiiiiutiin-llcliikflinttliiK 'Ui I-'iiwk-I.h X. Iliisluiian
HOLLYWOOD', fill., Auk. 'JO. -Mtne.
Si'lininnnn-Ili'ink, who ninkcs
lirr'MiiiiiiiiT lionit' near Sim I lionet,
Iiiih liPfii spt'inliiu: it part ol' lier vo
cation titno 'Moiiis tin1 niovit's" in
nnd mound Hollywood.
Slit- rotlo the oh-plmnt at Timor nl
City nnd huisIiitiKly oNclniincd lo it
int'rry orowii around Imr, "two ol' n
Slio walked inlo n tour's ohko nnd
Ntnyi'd for live ininnli'K. Coniinout
injr upon I lie iiiiitiui' -tunt, lio ohur
ai'li'iistioally ropln-d: "It wan won
derful iiinir iii", hut l'l rnthur fnoo u
Hi'vorul-llioifii'iiil iyi'd iiutlii'iu'o tlmn
walk out ntriiiii I couldn't help
At the Churches
S n. m. Holy Communion.
1 1 a. in. MornliiR Prayer.
WM. II. HAMILTON'. Vicar.
(South Onkdalo Ave.)
I'lrst Mnssi Sunday nt 7:00 a. in.
Second MnHs at ! : 30 a. m.
KvenliiK BcrvlroH nt 7:30 p. in.
illSV. .10IIN POWICKR.
Sunday Kehool 10 a. m.
Preaching at'll n. in. nnd 7 p. in.
Prnjer meeting Thursday evenliig.
H. M. IIIIA.NIIAM, Pnator.
Speolnl Rospel meeting elinutatiqita
park. AHhland, at 3..oVlock Sunday
nftornoon. Also prnlso gorvlco. Kv
eryliody Invited. I). S. WOOD.
(Cor. Main nud Holly Sin.)
Preaching nt II a. in. President
Crooka of Albany college will apeak.
n InteroHtliiK .speaker and an Inter-
Sunday school at 10 a. in.
KhulerKiirten at 11 a. m.
No evening service.
PlrM (liuirli of ClnlM, SdenlUt
Sunday aervlco at 1 1 o'clock. Sub
ject. "Mind "
Wodneaday evening testimonial
meeting nt s o'clock.
AH are cordially Iniited.
Sundny arhool at 10 o'clock. AM
under the aae or 80 yonra are wel
come. Headliig room In church edifice,
218 North Oakdnle, open from 1:80
to I:;t0 dally ecept Sunduya and hoi.
(Cor., 10th nnd Ivy.)
Sunday Sell (hi I 10 a. in.
Preaching 11 a. m. ifnd 7: SO p.
Ilov. J. W. ShnrpQ will preach at
the morning nervlctj.
Mlil-wiMk prayer meat lug Thursday
at 7: SO p. in.
PrenuUIng at Orlffln creek school
houao in teh mnriiliiK at 1 1 o'clock.
The service aro free to all Come
and uoleouie J. K. lUt.MH.KV.
I'lrst Cluistlnii Cliiiieli
Wo Invite urn to the sen Ices that
ou iua be edified nud hui't up In
thinking what n wonderful opportun
ity that creature had to Kpring upon
As real humnnni"- js one or lier
.trouge't tniith, .Mine. Sclminumi
llcink has displayed tiniKiial delight
in meeting n number of the film
slur. In Hollvwootl nt tha Quality
film concern who stopped off long
enough to have a friendly little chat
with l'mncis Hti'dimun.
When u photographer tiitn1iiis near
linked tho privilege of taking n pic
ture of theiu as tliov hi ood talking,
Mndaino'x voice rippled into one uf
her infectious laughs iih ho uuwcrcd
"This is tho life, flo uhend1"
the mom holy faith. Rjvocltil music
and Koupel aermona.
10:1.' . in. Kormon, "IVllowahlp
one with Another." Spcclnl iiiiikIc.
. ji. rn., Rornion, "What yo Po.m-
Sunday soliool at 0:1.". Wo would
be glad to ceo more pnrcnta accom
pany their children to this service.
Try It Sunday.
f ChrlHtlan l'ndcnvor noclcty meela
nt 7, p. in. The nttendnnce hns boon
Increasing nil Hummer becnuso UiIh
Ih a iiplendld organization. Join It.
Mid-week prayer meeting Thursday
nt S p. m.
Mlsa lleaa llrynn will sing by RKclnl
request nt tlio Christian church,
IIAUUY IC. Tl'CKBH, Ml'ulstor.
Cent nil Point (liurili .Votes
The Christian workers of this place
are murli pleaged with the good at
tendance and Interest shown In the
Sunday evening union aervlcea.
Thla wel'k we are to have with us
Kov. F. W. Cars! one. pnstor of the
tinpllst church In Medford, who will
address us cui the aithjoct, "Does It
Pay lo ho a Christian?
All are moat cordially Invited.
"The live chpich w.ltli a cordial
Morning lerv'ea 1 1 o'clock. Sub
ject, "The Covenant Into Which Ciod
Kilters with the llellever," Ilov. F.
W. Cnratena, pnstor.
Uvanlng aorv'co ? oeloek, Prof.
Curtis P. Coq. of MoMlnnvllle.
II. Y. P. P. 7 p. m.
Topis. "A llnak of Sound nollef
Why and How to (let It." Leader
Prof. Coe will n'ap, nddreae the
Sundny school 9: !." a. in. Helpful
lessons. Kino Fellowship! Come.
FRED HENSHAW . .
RETURNS FROM SURVEY
Frod F. Honshaw, district engineer
of wntor resources, a branch of the
IT. S geological suryo, baa returned
from a trip to Diamond Lnko where
lie went on an Inspection trip to as
certain whether or not ho would bo
Justified In recommending tho lnko
for a national nark. lr. Ilonshaw
was ncconipanlctlby Uionard Lund
gren of the I'. S. forest ?orv!ce.
Measurements were made of Fish
lake ami uthcr sources In estimating
water supply. Hut $3000 was appro
priated h the last legislature so all
water work Is handlcnpped
I WILL OIVE S1000
belors P POISON At? lUtii a iltxtis ti BONE
uiuiuuir.ii.icui i u; j
No TAY Uaitl CURED
Na I. r t
..li I K i I
V TUU0.I UVP
Any LUMP i WOMAKS BREAST
S C AH S E H -i ' u JT skuHuicuT
i' i . i m i i s r i-wi (
An i ..ii ti M 'l
Or. I Mrs. Dr. CHAKttY 6 CO. gjniiSf
sei.Mf lUjii Cruutl tiUSi Hiij-
4340 I 436C VsUscu St- Stnfiinduo.Ctl,
KINDLY MAIL THIS MiMiA CANCCH
LOSS OF LIFE IN
PLACED AI 200
OALVKNTON, Texas, Aug. 21.
Totn! known deaths from the hurri
cane both for fliilroatim islnnd nnd
the mainhind of Soutlieat Texas to
ln v stood nt L'llO.
WASmilN'OTOW Aug. 'Jl Oov
ernor Ferguson of Te.xns todny tele
gniplicl President WINon that the loss
fif hTc from (lie tropienl storm ulong
till' Texas eonat will not exceed INK)
and that estiiiintc of the dnmage
Iiae licen greatly exaggerated. He
said the situation uus under control.
OALVKSrON', Te.xns, Aug. 21.--"Unyor
Fisher of Onlveston todnv an hi
it wns prohahle tlmt the citizens there
would send nn nppenl to the Texns
legislature nsking thnt they he given
nn extension upon their tuxes in or
der to meet the big finnneial drain
enused hy Monthly's storm.
The people necording to tlio mayor,
nlrcndy nre discussing ndditionnl
grade rnising nnd filling lo meet tho
new problems which the latest sfomi
brought to light. A wall inclosing the
inner hnrhor has been sinraested ns
it protection in cn-e of further storms.
EIGHT AMERICANS LOST
LIVES ON ARABIC
WASHINOTON, Aug. 21. Klght
nnmofl now appear on the state de
partment's list of Amorlcnn pasBen
gcrs not fo.ind among survivors of tho
lost liner Arabic. A dispatch tonight
from Qiieenstown related Ambnssndor
Pane at London added the following
"Mrs. F. T. Moore.'Mr. ;md Mrs
Fred UurgGHa; .1 Kolleft.
Romance of Elaine
Two Parts. Tho Wlieless Detective
"Ima Simp on Job"
PltlCKS r, AMI III I'K.VTS
Two f)n8 Onlv. Hoglunlng Tuesday,
Saturday, Aug. 21
6'The Education of Father"
Two IJoi'l (nu'(ly Drama
"Blazinsr the Trail"
"Uncle's Last Letter"
( Mined v
"Dolls of Intrigue"
Two K.'tl Pathi D1.111..1
"Whiffles at the Fronf
A Sii,ijji Tw RtM I C'-in. ii
Gulf of Rosas
A MAGNIFICENT TRIP ABROAD IN SPANISH WATERfJ,
ALLIES TO ASSIST GREEKS
WITH WAR LOAN
PA HIS, Aug. 21. A dispatch 'a
the Tomps from Athens says the cor
respondent has been authorized by
dlplomntlsts to announce that M. Ven
Izelos, the Creole premier, Is princi
pally occupied with tho possibility of
floating a Creek loan through the as
sistance of the allies. Tho premier Is
declared to hnvo consulted London
Medford's Leading Theater
Cool, Comfortable, Well Ventllntod.
Big Saturday Night Show
V. LAWSON BUTT
In the Famous Production
"The Happy House"
"Mr. Jarr'sBg Vacation"
The Illg Coined) Four
Flora Finch, Wll'lnin Shea, Hiighlo
Mack and Kate Price, In
'HEAVY VILLI ANS"
A Vltngraph-Hroadway Star Fenturo
in Three Acts. "
"A MAN AFRAID"
Richard Travefs and Hence Noel.
"Her Hidden Life"
Its Always a Itlg .Slum nl the Page
Six Heels or Pictures lit Rvery Show
-I). W. Griffith's-
Just Eight Days More
and It Is Here