Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1915)
MEDFORD MAIL TRTBTOTC, MEDFOKD. OHFCION, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1915.
FEDERATION OF ELKS ARRIVING TO
CHILDREN LOVE MRS. BECKER AS SHE TEACHES
SCHOOL TO KEEP VOW OF VENGEANCE
BULLIS SEEKS TO
OF NEW TEMPLE
WOMEN.S CLUBS IN
! h (
(By MARY I PIATT.)
Dolcntcs to thi) second nnmuil con
vention of the Kirnt Southern On-gon
llistrict Federation of Women'tt Clubx
bi'cnn arming in Medford Mondiiy
niornuiK nnd will be the Riii'btH of tin
Indies of the Grcntcr Mcdford club.
Thu program of the morning hch
hJoii wns an follew: Soup, "Amur
5ni," by the nudicnuo; ruKiHtrntion of
ilelcgiitcs, mid an uddroiw by the nel
Mijr proHidcnt, Mrs. 0. II. Oilniore, of
Airs. Gilnioro in a wry pli'iming
uliort talk roiid Unit (he grunt tiling to
be desired won unity. Unity first
ntnoiiu the women of Koiilliern Ore
gon, then unity among the women of
all Oregon for thu tliingH Hint were
Dust for nil.
3liitlngt Aro OjMii
The meetingH of thin eonwntlou nrv
open to the piiblie, nnd ninny very in
teresting KjR'nkers nre on the pro
gram. The reception this evening nt
the Hotel Medford in nlno open to the
iiblii nnd tho litrycr the uUeiidnnee
. The full delegation is not ex pee ted
Until tomorrow, but llioio registered
lit the premmt time nre iih follews:
Mehdniiies A. A. Porter, W. P.
CoiiViIh. W. W. ('unity, 0. K. Kiiton,
Philip Homer nnd C I,. (Hevengor,
flrnnln Piihh: Mi'mIiiiiii'h W. J. t'row
vhoii. K. C. (Inrd, !:. A. Smith, Ktlu
lloulmid, Ashland; Mi. l llrowii,
Tjitlent; Mrs. Mndge'lluelinniiii, Hose
burg; JHhk'k A mm and Marion
To" ne, MuKdaiiHw Lillian Coleman, F.
)i. Mulmgreji, William Klmer, A.
Ilenrn, William CorliwH, Phoenix;
McmIiiiiii's L ,1. .Mundy, J, Hoot, II.
I). Koblit. Clmileu Sehieffelin, Mnry
L Piatt, .Medford; MuNilmnes Kll.n
Fowler and Henrittta Sundry, Hogitc
Mtixie, baritone nolo, Nolo Dudley;
threii.minute reportH of oflieers; eon
MTViitlou Hcctiou, repoits and reeom
liieiidationN of .Mrs. J. M. Hoot, ehair
iiinn; nddreHR, "The Value of National
1'aiks from an Kthieal nnd Keouom
ieal Stundpolnl, Will (J. Steel;
Civic hcetion. Iteuort anil recom
mendations by Mrs. ('. II. I.nmkin,
chairman; nddreM, "Irrigation," W.
II. (lore; iIIhuuhmIoii, "Civie iMuention
in Our HcIiooIh."
Household cceotiomicH Neetiou. Itc
jiort and rceummcndatioiiH by Mrs.
Mundy, chairman; talk, "Nursing in
the Home," Mrs. Dolman ol O. A. C.
Public health section. Hepoit and
rcemnmendfttionh by Mrs. II. S. Mil
Hreuing scHsion Heeeption by the
flrenter Medford ciluli at Hotel Mod
ioli!. Tlmi-Mlny, HcptoiulH'r Uil
Morning session -0:1 fi Music.
1110 Business; tliree-iiiinute re
poit of club presidents; report of cre
10:1.1 Press section. Hepoit of
Mrs. tK, H. (lore, chairman; address,
"Pence," by F, II. Cantcus; diseus
bion. 11 :00 Legislative section. He
port and recommendntiun by Mrs. C.
i. Cleveugor, chninnnu; diseiiHsiou.
"Let Cs Ilnv. Less Legislation and
More Training in KthiiV; address,
"Some Hights nnd Hesponsibilities of
the Voter," Mis. V. W. Cnnby.
In I7S0 Itolieit ItulKefl. nu KiikIIwV
limn, baw n lot ot children playing
In the streetd of London on Sunday,
Ho gathered Mime of them together,
nnd tills Has tho beginning of the
vorld-wldo ort,niilatlon of people,
young and old who meet each Sunday
to study tho Illble In what wo today
call Huuilny M-hool.
, As nn Incentive to strlvo toward
ivfflcloncy It was In 1880 proposed to
.nt a gout to (drive for, nnd kIvo enrli
pupil who made un aveingo grade of
K0 per cent eaoli quurtor a Itobert
Itnlkcn dlplnmu. To gain this diplo
ma and t lio nevun different seals to
go on U for each nt mivon ear one
must averago 00 percent for oueh
uarter an follews: Present, one time,
have ft Illble. an offering, a MuiIIihI
lesson and have attonded rliuroh.
So mo of the Klrst Clirlntlun fiimday
ncliool ficholara hao boon trying for
.this during tho past year and tltoto
Nucccssful will have diploma grant
ed them tho last Sunday In Septem
ber, which In tho annual Promotion
and Ilally Day.
Medford Klks arc ready for tho
first day of their celebration of tho
dedication of their new tcmplo on
North Central avonue, one of the.
finest and best equipped lodgo build
ings In tho state. Tho main streets
(d tho city and the business houses
are gay with American flags and the
purple nnd whlto colors of the lodgo.
Tonight the lights purplo nnd whlto
will be lighted for the rirst time,
nnd Thursday morning the first of
the entertainment program will bo
given. Delegations of lOlks from nil
over the state will be In attendance.
Tho main body of the visitors will
arrive thin evening, tonight, nnd In
ThurBdny mprnlng tho visiting del
egations will be met at tho depot and
escorted to tho now homo. At noon
a luncheon will bo nerved nt the club
rooms, A uniformed drill team and
band will hend thin body of visitors.
In the afternoon tho laying nnd dedi
cation of tho cornerstone will bo held.
At 3 p. m. n public rccoptlon will bo
held In tho club rooms. Tho dedica
tory exercises will bo hold In tho
lodgo room nt 8:. 10 p. m. At 9:00
o'clock a grand ball will bo given In
both halls of tho Nntatorliim.
Friday the visiting Klks will be
taken on an nuto tour of tho vnl
ley. In tho afternoon tho organiza
tion of tho Oregon Stnto Klks Kaun
Ion association will be effected. In
tho evening n stag vaudeville enter
tainment nnd vonlson linrbeduo will
bo nerved at tho Tomplo. Hero will
flow tho wit nnd song nnd good fol
lowshlp of Klkdom without restraint.
Threo Inrgo fat bucks have been Ve
cured for tho feast.
Hcsldos tho Klks coming for tho
holiday thoro will bo many sight
seers from nearby towns, Tho nd
vinico guard of theso two sections
began to arrive this morning.
BAND CONCERT AT
CITY PARK TONIGHT
Docnusa of tho dedication of thu
now Klks Temple tho latter part of
tho week fqr which tho band will fur
nish music, tho weekly band concert
will be given at tho park this evening
Instead of Friday evening as has been
nolcctod by llandmnBtor dims and
tho concert promises to bo equal to
that given Sunday afternoon when
SOU citizens gathered to listen to tho
Following In tho pregram:
March Now Colonial.
IMower of Italy, concert waltzes.
March, II. V. 0. K. by ulydo Hazel
rlgg. Dance of tho Skeletons.
Clrnnd .Medley Overture
Martha Ornud oporn solectlon.
Hongs From tho Old Folks.
Home, Sweet Home.
The composer describes the man
ner In which "Home Sweot Home" Is
played In dlfforent countries, viz.:
Kngtnnd, Germany. Spain, ltusMn,
Italy, Scotland, llungnry, China, Ire
laud and America.
BULGARIE PREPARES FOR WAR
(Continued from page one)
that Its oxpresHod wish to have the
go eminent convene parliament and
form n coalition cabinet Is Impossible
of fulfillment at present on account
of tho extraordinary rapidity which
marks, undor the surface, the coming
of a great event In llulgarla'it his
tory. A Fill lie Itrroit
The note presented last week to the
Ilulgarlau government by the en
tente powers was drafted In n futile
effort to clear up the situation re
uniting from Hiilgarln's demand for
Macedonia llulgniln was assured
Serbia would be obliged to rede the
Steps towards Becurlng nn exten
sion of tho Hullis electric lino along
the Hlllcrent road! past tho I.aurol-
hitrst, Hlghcroft, nnd Queen Anne ad
ditions hnvo been taken, and A. C.
Alirnmg of this city has offered to
subscribe 500 towards tho work.
Others have promlsod similar
amounts, nnd It Is probablo that tho
(-Siskiyou Heights extension will bo
I discontinued, scrvlco being furnished
'It through the proposed change. A
decision upon the nropoesd chnngo.
decision upon the proposed change,
will bo reached this week,
S. S. Hullis appeared before the
council Tticrdny night and asked for
the privilege of discontinuing tho Sis
kiyou Heights extension for threo
mdnths. The council will glvo nn
answer ut a special meeting to bo hold
A carload of material for tho Went
Main street extension, nnd the elec
trifying of tho Jacksonville road ar
rived tho first of tho week. Tho
work of Mrlnglng tho trolley wires,
enppor bonds, etc., will begin, nnd tho
work completed ready for operation
by tho middle of October. It Is plan
ned to hnvo the West Main street ex
tension In operation by January 1st.
NUW YOHK, Sept. 21. Will Mm. York public schools, her frloiuls nro
Charles Decker keep the vow alio suro Mrs. Decker will not rest until '
mado after her last futile appeal to alio makes good that vow. Almost
Gov. whitman to save tho life of her ; penniless, nftcr her heroic but futllo
husband from Slug Sing's death j fight to save tho life of the Uothnm
chair? pollco cznr, tho point out that as soon
Or will tho widow of tho onco New Ins she can earn funds with which to
York pollco nontenant, who paid his carry hor enso to tho public In n con
life for tho slaying of Herman Itoseu- vluclng manner she will do so.
thai, try to forget? In school, the children love Mrs.
"I shall never rest until I have ox-1 Pecker. And In her busy attention
posed tho methods used to convict my 'to her young pupils she can find n
means to liolp her forgot tho sorrow
that n ruthless fate has thrust Into
her life. '.'
husband," vowed tho little widow.
And now, that bIio has taken n. posi
tion as school teacher In tho New
uncontested r.oie In Macedonia, and
tho Ilulgarlau government was coun
selled to abstain from premature mil
itary action. .
Among tho new forces added re
cently to tho Ilulgarlau army nro
about 1C00 officers.
Denial Ity .Minister
LONDON, Sopt. 22. The Ilulgar
lau minister, M. Mlschoff, was advised
by telegraph today of his govern
ment's mobilization order.
Ho denied emphatically that Bul
garia Intended to Join with tho con
tra! powers nnd reiterated that tho
new move implied nothing more than
that Hulgarla wan adopting tho pre
cautionary measures taken by Swit
zerland and Holland. ,
No nctlon was taken nt tho meet
ing of the city council Tuesday night
for tho removal of tho "jayhawker
crossing signs on Main avenuo upon
tho request of tho Southern Pacific
to wait until tho next regular meet
ing, when a buslness-llko ngreomont
will bo reached on the long standing
question of ndequato protection on
tho principal thoroughfnro of tho city.
Tho rallrond Tuesday nftornoon
made It plain to city officials that tho
erection of the signs Jn the first place
was duo to faithful following of In
structions by a section boss. When
the Hnllcy auto wbb wrecked the com
pany Issued telegraphic ordors t6 In-1
stall dangor boards at all road nnd
street crossings. Tho section boss
did as ho was told. It was never In
tended that tho Main nvenue should
thus bo ndorncd. As soon as the red
tnpa Is unraveled, they will bo re
moved. Tho council has decided upon a
line of action to bo adopted in tho
curbing of reckless driving over tho
danger spot. Tho flagman will bo In
vested with pollco powers, and given
tho right to arrest nil autolsts Ignor
ing his signals to stop. Drivers ot
auto stages and jitneys, ignoring tho
signals, will faco chnrges looking to
the revocation of their chnuffeur's
.SufTcnrn from lulion-ulosi ofton
tliliiK Unit nu-iiclno will not liolu
them. 1'resh air, tegular liuiiitn mid
Kootl fuoil aid in rvsturliiK lionltli,
bin more is ofton neoitcd. Many
hale leort rcstorcil to health
i:.-Kinnn a AUrntlve llcnrt this:
Wiriitlrtiirnl TlirmiRli niir In
ulriinirnliilllr I luiir tm mrl
from n iirrninliitc urnir. On llrrrni
her II, I0IH. I ' tnken nltli T
iliolil I'nrnniniiliii which ilelcliipril
lulu TiiIht.-iiIohI" (Inrllll trrr
r mi m!. In rrlminrj-, MM, I unit
In K.irl Worth. Triiw I Inter In
Cniinn City, li.lormlo. .'; Iiriim
llierc ti iirrlii my ihynlrlnn In
fi.rmnl mr tlint ni- vnse n Impr
r. Three MreUn Inter I rrturnril
hutne. elliliK Ilia iiminilx. the ilne
tnr ImtliiK ulien me lit nKxurnnre
of rrnrtilMB there nllte. tin .lul
II, lll.". I he;nn Inking IVkmnn'n
tiomlrrfiil rrmeilr fur l.tmir Trmihle.
oir I nm ulniit nnil ell nml enn
ilo nny klnil of orl iihoiit my rnln
eleintnr." (Ahhrel Inteill.
I "nidnll) . AltTHI It WIJIIII.
Krkinnn's Allorntlvo Is tnont
elllcnrloim In hroin-hlnl cntnrrli nnd
unvcre, Oiront nnd limit nffoctlonii
nnd up-liiiilllnix tho Kyntcni Con
tnlns no harmful or hnlilt-forinlnir
druuii Acrcpt no stilistltuteM Hpinll
ulrr. l. reaitlnr slr.p. 2 , Hnlil y
Icn.lliiK driiKKlsm. Write for book
let t.f if -"lerlfn
IVLtnnn l.nlinrnlnrr, rhllnileliihln.
Price $1 nnd $2 n bottle.
l'lmcuix ut it special election held
Tuedny voted to give tho lloguo
Hiver Canal company the right to
build nnd construct irrigation ditchcM
through the corporate limits of the
city. The total voten t-iiht were :)..
Two of this number hud not been eon
verted to the ndvihiibility of irngu
linn, dospitu the bitter lensoii ndmiii
itercd by Nature this Miimiuir. The
sentiment in that district is strong for
Work will begin ut once on the new
project, which will 1'iiriiMi water for
10,0(10 neres. A force of 100 men
will be put to work soon, nnd bids
awarded for a concrete reservoir. The
water will be taken from Hear creek
With Medford Trnilo Is ATertforr Mad
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Tho most economical, cleansing and
sormlcldnl of all antiseptics Is
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
In treating catarrh, Inflammation or
ulceration ol noso, throat, and that
caused by feminine Ills It has no equal
For ten years tho Lydla E. Plnkham
Medlclno Co. lias recommended Poxtlno
In thoJr privnto correspondence with
womon, which provcB Its superiority.
Women who hnvo been cured say
It Is "worth Its weight In gold." At
druggists. COc. largu box, or by mall
Tho I 'ax ton Toilet Co.. llostou, Mass
Deep Well Drilling
Oil, gas, nnd wntcr wcIIb, 12, 13,
14-lnch to 1C00 foot. For prices soo
233 North Central
lino ""- $m
MARTIN J. REDDY
New Iicntioii, lilli K. .Main
liiono 10 for Correct Tlmo
N ECKWEAR SALE
liautii'til new Col
lars and Collar and
CulT St'ls, up io
HOc valutas, sale
KMilTs and fine Col
lar and CulT Sets,
values up to $1.00,
sale lii'ieo, oaeh,
LONG GLOVE SALE
Another Big Sale of Suits
L'5 Mrand New Suits, just received by express from New
York, made in tbe very latest styles and colors, every suit
worth .r-").00, these go on sale Thursdav (JJ i H A Q
at J) 1 HrO
Headquarters for Good Coats
Sl'KCIAL 12 Corduroy Coats, in navy, green and brown,
lined throughout, worth' $12.00, special at, (jj0 QQ
I0XT1JA S1M'JCIAI1() ('hildreirs Winter Coats, made of
heavv mixtures, sizes 0 to 1 1, verv special at, 6fc A CQ
each.' ;. pt.yo
Women's Astrakhan Coats, well made, with dj 1 f A Q
large collar, lined throughout, each P X iwTbO
Kid ( i loves, very
fine quality, worth
tjvl.oO, sale price,
MOTORISTS ? New Silks and Dress Goods
'n.r( itiM tjiVia 1141. T. 1 'il TI , t VI 1
f oui:nox !
Diocesan Hoarding and Day Bahool
for elrla under tho oaro of The Rl-
r of St. John IJaptlit. Korty-Sev-
)t year brslnt Sept 15. For cat-
lifU nddrcs, Thu Klstvr HujK'itor.
Do you know tho
They are all in tho new
You should have one.
MOTOR CAR CO
."() pieces of All-Wool Serges
and Kancv Mixtures, worth
up to 7.V a anl,
this sale, ;;rd .
Special sale of Heavy Win
ter Coatings, ."! inches wide,
et $1.9S, S2.9S and ?J.J)S
10-inch Crepe de Chine, in all
colors, cheap at d 1 Q
$l.oi), on sale, yd vll
10-inch Silk and Wool Pop
lins, the most stylish fabric
for this season, worth j?1.25,
sale price, per vard,
Bargains in Domestic Dept.
Prints, pi r
bric, a aril.
Clark's O.N.T. Spool
T. 7 for 25c
Sanitol Talcum Pow
Bucilla Crochet Cot
ton, all siz.es,
San Silk, spe
Our new line of Dress
and Coat Buttons
have just arrived. See
Kid (1 loves, best
qualify, worth .fl,
Fresh from New York ev
ery two weeks see them.
WELCOME, B. P. O. E.
Wo invite you to make this store your headquarters
make uso of our rest room on tho balcony.
The Shields that mav be washed
in hot water and ironed; guaran
teed perspiration proof.
BOLERO I J
DRESS SIIICUD LJ
N 73 PLAIN r "7
k600 V.IIH 3UCVC
1.! ill . I
Other st les,
longer life of
the dvess skirt
HARRISON'S REINDEER GLOVES
The Glove that washes in cold water.
Leatherette (ii.i m ;il
eiilur and siis. Wiish.ibU
very sjHM-ial at.
Ijtilulrer (iliics, ii, white
and gra, the Ih-sI w-ar-ing
glove made , m -j
spi'ial. jtir JS I