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BnsDForcn MTrrn TRTBirar;. jrEDFORO. oinxiox, Wednesday. SEPTExrrtUB a, lois
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READY FOR OPENING
Y, SEPT. 13!
Willi nil the buildings thoroughly
renovated, courses of study organized
nnd teachers assijriitjd to tllcir pnidos
everything is in n'adlnb,dfor'the op-'
ening of tho Medford1 public 'schools
Monday, September J.'t.
Superintendent Hillis Mill meet all
tlii) teachers in u preliminary meeting
Friday nt 2 p. in. Vnrious phases of
the school work will bo touched iimiii
for tho coming year and policioi
The nppor trades in all the build
ings have been organized on the dc
pnitmentnl plan. Tho departmental
plan is ope of the prescnt-dny feat
tiros of school organization and is
o.lo'-ely related to the matters of prad--liift.
It introduces into the higher
grades of the elementary school the
method of tho secondary, schools,
1 whereby eaeh teacher carries three- or
four subjects through successive
graded, instead of teaching all the
J9iiltjtls of one grade. The teacher's
pioparaticln becomes more, thorough
nuil enHicr. The Icnehinir is more in
spiring, more effective, it Miolps to
bridge the gap between tjfn olcmoii
lury school and tho high school. I'ur
tllemiore, the work of the Heliool inii
be planned inoro systematically ami
completely and better unified.. In ad
dition to I his them is n 'riming of
lililli time and effoit.
Superintendent llillis, in (oiijiinc
tiou with Principal Mnoic, Jinvv been
wiiking for soveiul days teorgamr
iwt and Htrengtheiiiiig tho various
courses in the high school. Every of
i'orl will be uiadit during tho courso
of the year to make the work in all
departments meet tho .needs of the
New Itooui at Itonyvelt
A new room lint been finished at
the Ilooevelt seliool. The rutin sev
enth grade of this distiiet will lupoit
ir work there.
The eighth grades of the eitv will
be neeommndnted'lu tho Washington
and Lincoln schools as in the past.
Children entering the primary
grades for the first timo in their re
hpeotivo di-driets must have attained
the ago of 0 by .January 1, JUKI. The
Hitoring limit expires at the end of
two weeks. The HiiK!iiuteiideut and
principals reserve tha right to reject
llniMe ehildieu who seem to show
signs of immaturitv.
List or TiMirlinitt
High school (1, r. Monro, princi
pal, mathematics, l'loioiieo Oarpon
lor, (Ionium and French: Lueilo Pa
vis, Kuglish; Thorn Smith, KukUnIi;
Kmiun Hrynu, Kughsh and histor.N ;
lua Atkins, Latin; ('. Harlow l'ratt,
nmtliematies; ,1. M. (liinnell, ehotuis
try and physics; Jennie Quisno, biol
ogy and agriculture; Otto Khun, me
chanical drawing and athletics;, K I'd
Hull, manual training; .1. M. Oresnlcy,
tnmiueroinl department; Klla flitnii
yaw, nnmmereinl dep.utment; flnieo
Mitchell, cooking; Gertrude Mouth,
Washington school P. II. Daily,
principal; Ora Cox, Mr. Wunt, do.
partiuontnl, 7th and 8th grade:
iina Piirueker, (111 It and II A; Mi.
Jlhrblu, f II and fi A: Kliwibeth Fer
Kiison, A mid ." It; Rue M. HolT
umi, I H; luyc Collin, .'t A; Viola
Plitmlor, !l Hi'Arw. P. II. Daily, '. II
nud li A; Miuily Dovore, 1 It mid I A;
Lincoln school A. J. Ilnnby, prin
cipal, Aluy Harding, Josephine Itiley,
departmental, seventh and eighth
Hindu; Oniee Pearee, fi A and (1 II;
Id, dusick, .'i A and ."i It; Came
Jneks, I A ami I II; Loraine lvwlou,
31 A mid 3 II; Kato Stem, 2 A mid 2
11; rVuiilc HaskiiiN, 1 A and I It.
Jackson eIiooI J. W. Koine, prin
oiptd; Anna S. Hansen, Amu Itob
iiurtn, dotMi'tmvntnl fcixth mid Kovnuth
ftmdo; Theoite Cm Kin, . A mid .1 It;
Sliiry Trovvbridije, -I A and H; Kalli
yjix Diiuhain, 3 A mid .1 It; Mao Mor-
doff, 2 A and 'J J!) Maud PhUhniok.
3 A and I H.
Uoiuovult school Mi'. I. T. flal
Jnmir, irini'iui, Jnn Newell (liieru
noy, dejiartijietitnl, fifth, sixth mid
M'veiith Hrmlcw; Hofc Kntner. I A
njnd I It; Aiiiih Jefhy, 3 A nnd ? It.
Jllnuuli X. Canode, 2 A mid 2 II;
llilia Piolder, 1 A nn.i 1 I.
I I ! !
EW MANAGER OF OREGON
GAS A ELECTRIC CO.
'R fl. Ouv, who liaa heen the offtc
lent mid plonsnnt inangor ot the
Mgduml office of the Oregon Gas unit
ICleiitric company for ovor two years.
ih resigned and will leave the em
ploy of the company Scntomtjw in
). It. I'. Qrow, who h8 hint ehre
of llio same coiniin'H of floe at lto
liurg for two yisirs and underutamU
tli'u UubIiicm thoroughly, rumcmIm Mr.
5uy and has ulieady ihovm) to MimI-
' Mr, qvr fc he win NfAHd some
tlineioii l ration on SardlHtf critk
LOS ANOKLKR, Sept. H. Soii.o
Inconsiderate joker temporarily
blocked the wedding of Mis Avi
Hlewett and Finnk Currv by mobiliz
ing on the lawn oi the Illcvwtt home
in IIoll.v wood today more than u thou
sand unemployed men seekiim work
in a moving picture battle ccne. The
jobless refused to move on until a
riot cinll brought out policy rewerve"
fmm the Hollywood ami central po
lice stations, mid in eousco.iu'iieo Miss
Hlewett and her bridegroom-to-be
wore too unnerved to go thiough th
w.'dding ceremony nt the hour el.
The mnrriuBe, according ,lo an
nnunccments was to have occurred
at 0 o'clock this moruiiig. The joke1
friend, however, inserted ndvoitisc
incut in tho morning papers offering
work in a "movie" battle scene to 20
men and giving the address of Miss
Ulewctt's home. The woik-seckcr-
began arriving bolero 0 o'clock. My
l more than 1000 had assembled. Ki
lo lis (o convince them that the ad
vertisement was a lionx .crved only
to auger them and the In win were
lorn up us the men milled about,
threatening further damage, until th"
police rtiseivcs ausweicd the not call
SAN IMtANCiaC Ropt S -A junnll
boy released the brakes on a heavy
iieveti pusHeuger aiitomoldle stanillng
on (he top of a hill today to see what
would happen. Ho naw this:
Miss Doris Winters rim over and
sorIouKly Injured, two lamp pools up
rooted, a police call box demolished,
a candy store front smashed In, an
other automobile wrecked, and u-Ilnal
collision with a cablo car three
blocks down the bill.
Tho nulouiobllo wa.i ruined. It be
longed to Dr. Morris Herzsteln.
CONFERS WITH LANSING
( Continued trom pmco ono)
tliuU.Ua would preterit tha nmlniRsa
ilor's explanation to the prrMdent. It
Is known that officials regarded Dr.
Dumba'H statement that ho had act
ed on Instructions or his government
as making tho sltuiitlon more gravo
as they previously had nsHiinied that
he was acting for himself.
After upending fifteen minutes
with Secretary I.iwirIiik tho president
started back for the white house. The
state department corridor by that
time was thronged with clerks eager
to get a glimpse of the president on
such an unusual occasion. No at
tempt was made to keep them buck,
and as the president moved on he was
surrounded by correspondents who
asked htm about his talk with the
State Not Trembling
"Tho suto Is not tromblliiK." lie
said. "I just brought over some
papers of a routine nature which or
dluurlly J would have sent over.
There Is nothing now at all."'
Tho papem which Pieablent WIUou
took to Secretary Laming Included n
copy of tho letter Dr. Dumhii had sent
to his forolmi office and which wan
found by llrltUli secret roi-vIco men.
Photographic conlas also had been
tent to the state dOMirlmont by Atu
bHwtailor Pnuo In London.
Ambassador Dumhu iu the mean
time bad been to cult on Soeictnry
Wilson of the doum-linenl of lnhor
In flonuoetloii with a pUu to aid In
socurtng employment for nay Aus
trian subject who might leave their
plnoAii In tho munition plants as the
results of publluatlou of tbo decree
News of thu prMldent'i 011 on
Socretmy Uinslng was leoelvoil at
the embuMy wtth uudlsulsed surprise.
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to This Medicine
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Price $1 and $2 a bottU.
1 EN IS KILLED
BY 1 RAID ON
LONDON, Sept. 8. Ten persons '
were killed and forty eight wounded i
. t i f .
In the tlerman air raid on the east
rniiKt of Knelnn.l !nst nlcht.
The official account of the raid ns
Riven out here today follews:
"Three Zeppelins visited the east
ern counties last nlclil nnd dropped
bombs. Antl-alr craft guns were In
action. Aeroplanes went up but
were unable to locate the, airships.
"Fifteen small dwelling bouses
were demolished or seriously dam
aged and a large number of doors,
windows, etc., were broken. Several A. Y. Anderson was depntv collector
fires were caused, but were prompt-J for the port of Astoria and was on,
ly extinguished. There wns no other j a honeymoon dip. He had been mar
serious damage. I ried about two -months. !
"The following casualties havo
been reporte.: Killed 2 men, 3 wom
en, fi children, a total of ten; wound
ed seriously, four men, 11 women
five children, a total of 20; wounded
slightly, 0 men, 5 .women, 0 children,
a total of 3.1:; missing nnd believed i
to be burled In debris, 1 man, 2 wo
men, a total of 3; total casualties r6,
"All the above were civilians ox- I
copt one soldier who Is reported to
have been wounded seriously."
NICHOLAS TO FIGHT TURKS
(Continue from Page One).
are Inscrutable. Hit my duty and my
desire determine me In my tcsnliiliou
for the good of the state.
"At this moment 1 .recognise tho
necessity of yiur assistance and coun
sels on the Hotitheru front, mid I ap
M)Int you viceroy of the ('aucosus
and commander In chief of tho valiant
"I express to your Imperial high
ness my profound gratitude and that
of the country for your labors during
Grand Dukn Nicholas issued an
order to "the valiant army and fleet"
thanking them for their herolHtn In
the past, lie predicts that with thp
empeior leading them they will per
form fresh exploits.
CAKD OK THANKS
We vvlidi to thank our many fi lends
mid neighbors for their sympathy and
kindness during the Illness nnd death
of our (beloved mother, Charlotte
J. W AllMSTltOXO & FAMILY.
Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept. 6th
OKFICK NOW OPi:N POIt KNItOLLMKNT OP STUDENTS FOIl DAY
AND EVENING SESSIONS.
ALL CO.MMEHCIAL, SHOltTIIAND, CIVIL SERVICE, AND ENGLISH
SIMIJECTS TIIOIIOUGIILY TAUOIITAT "THE SCHOOL OF 1IEST HE
Medford Commercial College
('llcuo llnlMliiK,:U North Kruno
WILLIAM H. GORE
FOUR LOSE LIEE
A northbound Soutbcni Pacific
!...,. iw. n l ...-
1'ii'v sM limn . viiiij linn nri-l,i
' n i I
""ni" Moiltnglle, t ul.v Tue-dav after-)
noon cni'-hed out the live ol four
people when the engine o the nuto
they were driving "died" on the track. ,
The dead are: A. V. Anderson ami;
wife, a bride of two months; Iiisj
mother, n woman of fl. years, ilnd.
Aaron Anderson, u brother. All are j
from Astoria, nnd were touring to (he I
Han Francisco fair. They passed
through Medford Ttienlav morning.
; Alex Kosborough, scctelarv and!
Measurer of the Calil'orniu-Orcgon
Power company, was on the train
.I...I I. 11 1- I. ! I
t iiiiii Niriii-K iiie iiiiio, iieiug on ins wjiv '
to this city. He picked up .the body .
of the mother sixty-five feet down J
the track from the accident. The
remains were mangled ami tojn be-
vond iccoguition, being carried mi the'
cowcatcher. Mr. Kosbiirough . de
i rriliDH the scene ns "the most hot -
! lible of his life."
The view of tho eressini: at (Iran-
uda is obscuicd by u houe and trees,
according to Mr. Hoshorough's vers
ion of the tragedy. The auto was
IJ'wnoyiiiR on a road that skirts ll.e
nuni oi way. iiioiritiu nun uic unto
wcio approaching the crossing. A
woman stood iu tho door of the
house and frantically waved n warn
ing (hat was heeded loo late. The
danger was realized loo lat and the
auto slopped on the track.
The car was hurled against a tele
graph pole and Aaron Anderson's
body torn in two by-the force of the
impact. The car was reduced to
splinters. The mother was hurled
high in the air. alighting on the cow
catcher. Death was instantaneous
The bride nnd groom, on their
houe.vmoon trip, died while being
ruslicM to the hospital .it Yreka, Cab,
ten miles uwny.
ITALIAN SOLDIERS READ
"MAN WITHOUT COUNTRY''
NEW YOU K, Scpt.H. Two daugh
ters of the ltev. (Imitnno Conic, tin
Ijalmn Methodist clcrgymnn. who nr-
AUTO AT GRANADA
lived here ycterday from Naples,
said that nearly every soldier in the
Italian r.nnv had icceived a copy of
1-Mwnid Everett Hole's short -doiv,
I "The Man Without u Coitntrv.." I'heir
father, they said, had translated the
story into Italian nnd more thau a
I million copies wimp printed in the
firt edition for distnbtitbn nmnnvr
the troops. Tho book wns valued in
Italy us a means of instilling patriot
ism into the hearts of the soldier-.
With Medford Tra.to fs Mfdford Made1
Will Be Medford and Eagle Point
Day at the
BIG JACKSON COUNTY FAIR
The Stores will close from 1:30 to 5 p. m.
Everybody should attend. There wil! lie plenty of good music, by (ho Bed
ford Hand, flics exhibits will all be in place and there will be a big list of at
Ball Game at 1 :30
lletweon Medford and Uoseburg for a ptire of $1300.
The Relay Race
Two and a half miles, riders changing horses every half mile, for a purse of
$2f0, promises to he unusually exciting.
Runnitig Rafces and Other Attractions
Yill complete an afternoon of amusements seldom seen at a county fair.
One Price of Admission
Admits to everything. No extra charge for grand stand, autos or vehicles.
NEW APPLE CIDER
Pure find sweet. All bad parts and worms cut out. Hand
sorted and washed.
' " I ,.
JOHN S. ORTH
lMforoTtuiltiK op the bualut lino