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AlEDEORD MAIL TRIBUNE
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KvCKl'T M'.NIMY IIV TIIK
JMll.NTIINU I U
Of fl Mall Vi II 111. MuNiUm. 2S-27-2'.
N'urth Fit Mwt ttliplini II.
Tlie bemneratle Tiro, The Mctlftinl
Mull. Til Mnlfonl Trbtflt. The Houih
urn Onwonan. Tin- Aabtnim Trfninr.
Om ir iiv nuil
pm moftin, iy mnii
I'ii iiinntli, il'Uvcra
ly Mirier In
And iMitm voi.it
ItMiiriar mil ty mull, pi r year
Wiinkl). por j i'ir . ..
(irruiiii 'i i
r iiu cuy r MiMtrmii
i- i.f J'KkMon I'liuntt
Knlcrtsl u " . niiil-i Ui.- umlti'r lit
MnircTil. Or i. urnler tin net of Miron
Httnrn riroul.it ion ftfr Hit. S.38.
t'lili Irnnf.l w.i i Awi.rt-I ilod PrM tile-
Subscribers railing to recolro
papem promptly, phono Clrcu-
iHtlon Manager at 2G0rt.
HONG KONG KOLUM
I'renchor man lilin attache leiltly
nnd xcntlcmuu dlvolrcu JiuIbo lilm
A Nor Vncnllnn
Who ideals my purse ideals trash
That Ib no ldlo quip.
M have, no ready cehIi:
(i fl'hfujiiHtback from
'i v n if -
lately, IMit," wild Jllko.
"Hluiro and I ltitvo liBan," wild
VaL "I wnt) nrromled fur hiwiuMIii'
O'Hara hint week an' tho Jondoo ttnld
) If I onuui baek on tho wiuu oharKO
i hd'd foltio mo twinty dolhtrf."
' HSo," ennio buck Mlko, "you're
Worklu' hnrd to koop your IiiiiuIb off
"Ulvit n bit," oieUJuied Pat, "I'm
wnrkliiK '" nv up the twluty dol
SiellaV llnitMiln Counter
Sdino 1liiM paint their tyilirow
lioonutto they've not to draw the lino
Mill II I I -.1 W P" - -
PYfA nis j:eveiiK " 'liviroiinieius, overcomes the handicaps bred bv (hem.
,: tp iriihmon. onuiioyaii in ron- .! governments wipe out the handicap of'povertv as
!; is;:;:.",".,,";: jsjsk ";j'"-hiiw; r r r in,mnii, !, u.o ma,
' on iirdatiwRj- nrf or. 0l 1,u pw'aeut and hit lire e(uality ot opportunity, there is
;. "You nn uoooiuiuk indiitriou no (iiiestiou but that that nation will retain and increase
Mnat new owni cent Jimt one tood
SOUK Of 'l'llls
Slue n bouh of twrleMliB
SUndliiK In n riiw,
To riila ttaroMi ihm $trmi in one
Would oott you Mil your iIohmIi.
'IIir' ttjturM on. Ike mfltar
Commence their marry ellmb,
IJvery time tho wheala yo louud
It iiMKitii nuothor illmo.
Tho ohniiffMiir wakus tho deodii of
Apeiwr a trifle dim,
No pirate captiln evr did
Uuve anything on him.
Andy noil tlw 'llilef
("Andy" ltokau, the much iMtlovatl
and woll reniajiibwod ihlvw' tineiuy
aud reporters' friend at ('lileuao iIh
toollve litKidnuarterB, nlit)it bad a
mw atory. Hera la one of them' )
"Officer Cullabau grubbed a party
una nlpht hi tk net of puttlua his
hand in another man's pocket and
OOIIukmI bl in ' WliHt wero you do
iliK" demanded Callahan. The thief
try lug to thluk mi 8ii excuat) and tw
in I? & llttlo slow made believe be
couldn't hear, "Can't vou bear me? '
roared CallahaB. "No," taW the nlek
W& "Well, eouo nlonR." aald
CnJinhaN "I'll tike yoa Deform Judge
Caverty He'll give on hearing"
Itairtied the l.lmK
TUr vantH'i'i - You' lumn
Ih.' Ml r nd ilithf ." ' r
Hon-, mi 1 !! ' in '
in 1 1 H ' i i ' '
")K7" HA I v?ill it avail lor
nation to the congress called by Governor AVithy
coiubp to forinulatp a program of action' in regard to the
disposal of tlu lands ol' the 0. & ( grant, when the pro
gram is cut and dried in advance?
The rules of order adopted by (he preliminary confer
ence provide the orgaili'.aiiofi and the program. The ruleg
"No apoflKor Hhall 1)6 recognhott by tlio proBldlnR officer except those
who Imwj Ijl'oii Invited to npuaU, nnd no (iuotlonn may be naked of any
of thut upmkari."
"All msolutlotiB will read by tltlo nnd nnmo of author only nnd then
wilt be inferred to the resolutions committee. Until the resolutions com
mittee roporta, tho rtiloH proVldp thnt the conference can tako no action
on a n motion or reflolutlon."
The sppaktM's have already been seleeled. T'hc officei'S
have been chosen. The committee on resolutions has, been
appointed. There will be lit) chance for tree speech, lost,
as (Jovernor Wilhyeombe says, "There is danger that rad
lealism might predominate
This 'laud grtmt conference is on a par with water-
power coniereiice called Ijy
ture to meet in Portland September 20 to 2.'5. This cTmler
ence is called in the interest of the power trifst to oppose
Secretary Lane's .Ferris water-power bill. The Oregon
delegates were named in the resolution calling the mating,
(lovprnor Withycombe, atauiich friend of the predatory
inleroMtH, has called on the governors of other wopterii
states, excej)t California, to send deJegations. Thescdcle
gations are composed of representatives of- the Water
power interests. California was not invited, lesl Governor
Johnson send a delegation representing the cause of the
people. The National Conservation association is also
The prograhl of this conference, liktp the laud gnuit
conference, is prepared in advance. t will oppose all leg
islation providing that The public secure some benefit 'from
the public heritage jukI favor special privilege. J .
CAUSE OF NATIONAL DECAY
"LALMS ui'e made by eugenisls and peace' advocates
that tho coming generations in Europe will be degen
eratoas the strongest Imd best are slain by war, tlai most
iiuiu. surviving to reproduce.
1 Iumaiiity is the product not only of heredity, but of en
vironment. Perpetuation of conditions which make the
unfit parent will doubtless also make the unfit descendant.
Hut it does not necessarily follow that with improved con
ditions the offspring of the unlit will not be correspond
Indeed, many such cases are on record. AVe sec the
children of the hollow-chested denizens of the London
; slum transplanted to the country become vigorous, rosy
cheeked, healthy, energetic youth. Change from tlie bad
I air of sunless, overcrowded tenements with their tinhy
''gicnic surroundings, poverty, starvation and vice to proper
Unless social justice, education and opportuuitv
granted, no nation can maintain high standards, either by
war or pence, and will inevitably deteriorate, llistorv is
replete with the decline and fall of nations, whose coruer
stone Avas slavery and serfdom both conquering and con
quered nations.- Social injustice did more than decimation
by war to promote the decay.
The curse of war is not as injurious as the curse of in
ARE KEPI HAPPY
"Ab n rule, tho term frorvlte Hln
tiou la, something one thlukH about
only when ho hna I rouble," aya Mr.
Tnlmfr of Ihe oleetrlc shop, local sor-
vlea man for the Wlllnrd Storjuo
"In our ease It'a a little dlffeient.
I'lrat of nil, a want the motor our
IWK lllira III lit M tnl.ilf In f.il ll.ul '
we art) willing to do mot o than make
their leimirn for whlrh we are imid.
Often a man wauta to know home
thlnt; about hU battery or his elec
trical sjitom, reRanlleiw of trouble.
Or perhn he hiu heard of boiuo
bmly olbe hnvliiK a certain trouble
that ha wanta to avoid, ltlght there
la where real service cornea in.
"IIMddee the nervlco atattonM muil
show a wlllliiKnexa to give informa
tion ami advice to Willurd owners
without elinrglug them for it He
mutt even go to fur aa to make a
lumougk examination for n Willurd
buttery to determine ita condition,
aud ropwit thia to tho owner befuie
any repair are made.
"All this may aeaw like working a
hardship upou the ionlro uttttlou.
Hut when he atfta the matter to the
bottom he riadt It to te Ma aihaat
ae to have the bttry 9wr well
atlnfitKl. Jf a maa gels aoiae val
uable auggeetlou wnlok lead to
aring of trouble aad meaay, k nat
urally noea to the aourre ol that ia-j
foruiatlou when hm a4a rofMUni that
i ever 0't htw mouey.
, i ih. 'This pullo works out to the eat
o -'aU of vwrya4) eoneeraed,
a lire ! 'tc tievii- lukl eatwe to re
aad wm or i-i".Hi8 ot U."
W ' li M
t alKlford Made
aiEDKOKD MAIL TRTI3TNE,
DRIED IN ADVANCE
.Jackson county to send a uelp-
the recent reactionary legisla
LONDON, s pt. 1 I An ntt.iek
with jjuu ine on it netilriil vhip h a
Uermiiu Kiibmiiriiie m lepmted in a
dinpaleh ft em Chrintinna to Heiitet'-.
Telegi'iiiu euinpnny. The Mihmiiiine k
aid to have fired on Ihe N'orweuuin
nliip 1'iei.lo wilh a eai-Ko of wood
lait Kiiiht.v. The eiew was snwd.
lrlt I'dirt iij ieuera
lll'TTKR -Dmrv, two pound 50o.
ON'IOKS lH,u. per Ih.
IIONF.V-iaeo per lb.
HlTTr.i; - WgoJewik, 20e.
HOGS Aliv, 6,,e.
STKKRS Ahre, l,.(oV
CDW'S -Alive, 1(1 V
VIM UreMtU, H 1 le.
UKXS -- Unw, over -1 llw., lie:
jsuiull, lOe; old roOkten, uV; broil
ers ami sju-ing. i.V.
Dl'CltSt Fat, 6.
HKUJIA.V IUKKS, 5 to Ik.
Ilw unit (iratu
WIIKAT -iV Wsal
MAY Mtafn, $13 l.ai: item, 11.
DAHLIA Wli.d. .'.
MEDFORD, OREO OX. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,
SHIP IN MID SEA
NEW YOIIK, Sept. U The Menm
sliip Knntu Anna, bound from New
York to .Mnreillen nnd Nnplet with
some lt!()0 Italian lexervistn nbonrd,
wits iifiro totlnv in the Atlantic', three
or four tlnyn' cnil from the nenveAt
pott. A wirolt' meHKe Unit li'tYeli-
oil the Mlntioii nl Cnpe Knee latt- limt
ni'ht brought the first news of her
plihl. It gnVe tier position its '.1(10
miles southeast of Unhfuv.
When the Sniilii Anna nnileil from
New Ymk on Septemher 8 lie enrrieil
n eni-go I'bimiMtin largely of l'ood-
ntitlH. Aeeoiilmar to her owner"
hew, theie were no nntm or nmtniini
tion aboard. 'Shii ItnllniiM, iitlieied
from every pari of the United State
and returning home to join the nnnv,
were in the .Meetitp.e. Ciiiiiparntively
few jinHseiipers were earried in the
firt nnd feeonii eiihin. The eretv
numbered about 11)0.
The "niliny of the ship fiom thw
port was delajed luenly-four hour-
io permit n thorough search beeniiM'
the NttHpieioiiN of h-r olficeiM had
been uroused bv iiunot's thnt it bomb
had been placed aboard.
To tho IMIter:
KeellnR nuro thnt you nro fair
enoiiRh to bIvo a llttlo npnco to one
who Been this pnvliiR debt propor
tion from n different viewpoint, I
bos pcrtnlRilon to make a few ro
ninrkB thiough the cblumhB of your
paper. Those 300 new automobiles
sold In Mcdford thin year, 1b con
cIuhIVo evidence thht Homebody 1b
ridliiB at Bomebody else'H expciiBO.
We who hnve paving nsse.simeutB
liaiinlng like n pall over uh, can not
buy autoB, not many of us at least.
The man who buy one ildes over tho
pavement free of tax or assessment,
then why not call It our pavement?
If It wnH wo could chnrgo tqll and
thereby help rnlBe thlH "dead horo"
It Ib folly to Bay that the poor peo
plo pay up their aBsesHiuentR, and
that only tho nhle ones are delin
quent. Thnt Ih n rank expoBiiro of
tho Isnoranco or tho one mnkliiR such
it Btatomcut. If ho would tako the
tllue and trottblo to look Into tho rec
ord b and look up the people, he would
Bee tho folly of IiIb own presump
tion'. Let the council take mich nd
vice seriously and forco ettlomont
nnd they will Boo who the hnrdflhlp
will be on, it will bo on tho pcoplo
are hard preesed to make a llv-
nud who mint lot their homes go
If thin thing Ib pushed.
Hut, perhapH that would bo a fit
tliiR denouemoiit to a pathetic drama,
n drama more wild than any fiction
ever written by Vorno, l'oo or IlnR
Kiird, and nppronched In pnthos only
by Goldsmith In "A Deserted VillaKe."
Most men aie by naturo hip heartod
and then a man is spawned forth by
nature with tin utter contempt for
other people rights bo Iohr as their
own troiiRh la full. And If wo hark
to the false IorIc of hucIi people, a
modern (loldmnlth may wilte an epi
taph, Wo aro'thiinkful for a character on
the round! such as has been leveulod
In Mr. McdMikltl; a commoner with
a conviction and manhood enough to
A Stiteh in Time
.Medfonl People Should Xot Veglect
'I heir KhUioys
Xn kldnev ailment is unimportant
Don't overlook the slightest backache
or urinao irrogularlty. Xattire may
lie wamiiiK miii of npproachhiR drop
8)', gravel or llrlRht'K disease Kid
ney illfcoake Ik seldom fatal if treat
ed ill time, but neglect may pave the
way. Dont uegloet a lame or aijilns
back another day. Don't iRiiore dW
ly apolls. Irregular or discolored
urine, li&atlHchefi, wemlnoss or de
pression. K ou feel ou need kid
ney help begin using tho reliable,
time tried reined, Doan's Kidney
PHU. 1'or 50 years, Doan's have
been found effoctlve. Kndorsod by
Knink Turngate, C St., Jackon
vlllo, Ore., kttta: "I have used Doan's
Kidney Plllc iteraonally and they have
been usod b another of my famll).
I can aay Diet aro a tine medleino.
iUwut' KUlue Pills did me u great
deal of good, when I was suffering
from kUae weakues. Tko' desert e
1'riee : . at all dealer Don't
ni in pi v akk. i.- a kidney reined v aet
Doan'a Kidm PJIIa the aaiue that
Mr TurnKiUi bad. KonterMllliarn
Co . Croi'k Hiiuffate. Y d
John A. Perl
XH 8 n.UlTI.KTT
PbiiiuM t. 47 and 47J'J
AtuluUiie Stvo OopriaN-
stick to it under nil opposition. A
sympathy that reaches the poor ns
well n the rich. It was of such stuff
that men were mndo whoso names
fill our halls of fame. The names of
such men live after thnt of their op
posite Is cobwobbed over In tho cat
acombs of the forgotton, unless, thnt
opposite Ib remembered ns n Nero,
fiddlluR over n ruined city.
The city could at least Issue re
imbursement bonds to Its own peo
ple who havo paid on tho pavement,
then levy n tax to cover nil future
assessments, thus taking tho burden
of the nlty off or the few nnd dis
tribute It In an equitable manner,
This could bo done without Rot
IIiir n permit from;some 'bank in
Ohio or Arkansaw, or nny other place,
nnd by bO.dolriR work out our salva
Thei-d is oniy two'.jvays, n Jtuttlhis mic, nnd also has issued u -.wit
tind an Unjust way. All Interme
diate proposition?) aie bo Many sub
terfiiRoi, and a child can seo tho
Injustice or u few hearing the bur
den of tfh many. II. V. GLASCOCK.
WASHINGTON', Sept. 1.1. - Offie-
ials here in touch with eiinent export
conditions expressed the view todti.N
that unless Anlerienii nierehunls were
williiiR to extend Ihe time now iven
lor (he pnvment lor ood Bold
nbionil the L'nited States mijjht lose
the new trade developed by Ihe Kuro
pe'nn wnr. Steps to meet sneh a situ
utioii, it was pointed out, had been
taken by the federal reserve hoard bv
modifying lobulations owium;; the
lediseouut of bankers' neeeptanees.
Authoiity now is RiM-n for lenewmif
aeeeplnuees under eeitain rules
which, it is believed, will permit the
Riiintimr of time extensions deiiuindea
by inany foreign buyers.
With inonev now plentiful, nil ex
tension of time to u foreign pur
elinsip' on mi acceptance, which is re
garded ns one of the best forms ot
onmuivreiiil paper, is not expected to
mbnirnss the Iiiiiiuk in the slightest.
MANSIONS HOTEL AT
MANIT0U IS DESTROYED
COLORADO SPRINGS, Col., Sep!,
l.'l. -The .Mansions hotel at .Maiutou,
which was closed two weeks uro, was
dcstro.ved b.v lne eiuh tothi,, involv
iiir a loss of about 1 00,000. Only
the eiirel.iker Mas in the huihliiiR.
Metlford's Lcndlivg Theater
TOVKJUT AND 'I'l'KSDAV
All AH Vltagraph Program
llid.tdway Star Feature
in Threo Aits
With Karle Williams and Anita
A City Rube
Adlmlssion '., 10, ir,e
COMING William J'arnuin In "The
Plunderers, ' ednesda and
EXTEND CREDIT TO
TnFio Rot'l Spcpjtil I'aiMiiKiimt Fcnturo,
Pretty Mrs. Smith
THIS IS A HIGH-OLASS 25c FEATURE FOR
5 AND 10 CENTS
Dannie, the Famous Yodler
"Who ciiti'i-taiiu'tl the bij,'i,rcst.Sunilii ltilit crowd wc
hrtvo had for nmiiv months. "Will also he hemd ajain
tonight lor the last tune. DON'T MISS A GOOD
niAMnwn i?urt tui: cirr
Aim) tWO-11Hl ftftttUJI',
and a screaming coiimh
OPPOSE BAIL FOR
prWHR, Seid. 1 I. -liners were
filed in the Colorado .supremo eouit
todav resiinltiiR" the piopoHtil to nd
ntit to bail John U. Lnwaon, former
strike lender, now in jnil nt Trinidnd
under penilentinrv M-ntence en a
ehnrfrc of first tlepree murder. Sineo
LhwsoiiV eonvietioii the miptetiie
eOurt has jjrnnted n .upericdeas in
ul proinuiiion iinrnn urimov inu
yer, th11 irinl judjie, lnm presulmt; m
hit uro strike tiiitlo. In smntiny the
siipefsedens the eouit lelt the matter
of hail to be decided .titer the sum
Attorney floncrnl Fred l'ltrrnr, in a
brief U'siMinjj bail, held that n tlie
defendant had been convicted of first
depiee minder he sliould he kept in
confinement 'pemlim; nelion by the
supreme eouit when it leviews tile
ease on its meiits. The brief siml:
"As shown bv the teeoid in this
cusp, not onlv is the pioof evident,
i . i .1 i i .1 .i
'" "w" ,"" I're.s uiiipiK n is smii ini
nil' iiiiciisi.' tt I'liamt'ii io nit- iiiioi-
uiiitioii wns eoininitted." v
The brief in lieluilf ol Lawson was
piepaied by Ifoniee N. Hawkins nnd
lMward I. CoHtiirim. The brief ar
gued that hain burred .Iitdirc lltll
er fiom liiture -lnkc t nuts, the
court nliuosl eeitninU would iever-e
the r.awsoii enli(t on that point, it'
not upou ntheis,
VILLA TlCES lAKE
WASIIINOTOV, Kcp! 13. -State
depaitmeiit aiUiei-. lrom Torieou,
deseribed us eomiiiR from nn unoffie
iul hut reliable source, su llln
Irnop". in nil the recent encounters
with Cnrriumi forces in northern
.Mexico had made a poor showing. In
ninny eases, it was declared, the Villa
soldiers cnt away their arms and
nlmndotiul towns apparently without
nny renl defense.
st hi:li:.s iiAiifi, roitrraxD,
Diocesan Hoarding nnd Day School
for girls under tho caro of Tho Sis
ters of St. John llaptlst. Forty-Seventh
your begins Sopt. 15. For cat
alogue nil (Iron, The Sister Superior.
MARTIN J. REDDY
New Locution, tit 2 K. .Main
Phone 10 for Coriect Time
iff '" 4 ' S
, "Till-; ACJt OP IlKAin'S."
v, "UK VOUbOK;r STAY
Mrs. Aselin Vas Restored to
Health by Lydia EPink-
Minneapolis, Minn. "After my llttlo
one was born I was side with pains in
my sides which tho
doctors said wore
caused by inflamma
tion. I suffered n
preat tlonl every
month nnd grew very
thin. I wna under tho
doctor's caro for two
long years without
nny benefit. Finally
after repented sug
gestions to try it wo
trot Lydin E. Pink-
hum's Vegotable Compound. After tak
ing tho third liottio of the Compound I
was able to do my housework nnd today
I nm strong nnd healthy ngnin. I will
answer letters if anyone wishes to know
about my case. "Mrs. Josnril Asklin,
UOG Fourth Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegctnble Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful
drugs, and today holds tlio record of
being the most successful remedy wo
know for woman's Ills. If you need such
u medicine why don't you try t?
If you Iinvo tlio flllcfhtcst tloitlifc
thnt liydla i:.linklium's Vofjotn
1)1 Compound will help you.Avrlto
(confidential) Lynti.Miis.s., for uil
vlee. Your letter will lie opened,
read and answered Ly a woman,
and held In strict confidence.
21 miles touth of San Francisco
Wa think tlmt cit to our bori ht
thonirtitrul imrfim wlK Our BTiliit nltr.
on rr fiiiHurn IMion lititltiitiorui thatiidmlton
rcrtmrftta nml on riAimiuition c lnr s t
nurrAUInirur) to lliirvaril II MAWiluifitt
lnutut of Tci Tiuolrttr nnd 1 mliofi. nd
fiilK.lonrftiulrrmrniiArr nio.tirvrr. urmlfor
urAUtirully illuatnitnl rauloirir which rlrn
not only very irn.id MrA ut Ih aplrlt Anil imr
taiieof thi hool butofltArnnlpmrnt AiiJlti
lirdrlliKhlliuni. Nothing howfrfr cad
luito lAko in I'liu c ( a r nit w thn KhooU
.W.T.KLIU,llMulMter,Ilox K ,Uitiuont,Cl. .
!! HI IWIJWIatlW mwT
UNION FEED AND
112 South Riverside
Do you know the
They are all in tho now
You should have one.
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