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SfEDFORD MATT; TRIBUNE, MEDFORD. OREGON, THURSDAY, BltiPTEI&rBER 30, 19J5
FARMERSCONGRESS IKK DICE IS ON HIS LAST LEGS IN NEW YORK TANGO PARLORS UNCLE SAM TO
OMAHA, Sept. 30. -Tlio question
or endorsing President Wilson's for
eign policy In causing hented discus
sion nt tho convention of tlio Farm
ers' National congress meeting hero
A resolution as follon-H was Intro
duced by Frank G. O'Dell of Omaha:
"Itcsolvcd, By the Farmers' Nation
al congress, representing tho citizens
of this country, who In tlem of poaco
must feed our pcoplo, and in time of
war must fight their battles, that wo
commedn tho foreign policy of Pres
ident Wilson, who hns stood nt tho
hond of tho American nat!ondurlng
ono of tho most critical and trying
periods of Its history.
"Resolved, That wo express abno
luto confldcnco in his patriotism,
courago and diplomatic nblllty.
"Itcsolvcd, That wo pledge him our
unswerving support In his endeavor
to defend tho rights of American cit
izens and to maintain Inviolable tho
neutrality of this nation."
Sir. O'DoU led tho fight for tho res
olution and John Schmidt of Wahoo
led tho opposition. Schmidt was sec
onded by Charles Woostor, who de
clared President Wilson's foreign pol
icy to bo wenlc. "He's a big bully
a bully of nations," declared Woostcr.
A tost volo was taken on tho ques
tion of tabling tin. amendment offered
by Schmidt resulted In n volo of 215
to 4S, In favor of tho resolution sup
ASHLAND, Sept. !). .Mnnngc
nicnt of the Hotel Oregon in thin eity
Iiiih been taken over lty .1. W. Dobbins
of Sim Francisco, lie is u man of
wiilo experienco in this line, liming
been with tlio Portland of I'ortltind
for two years, ii1m mnmiged tlio
Mniiunoth in Yellowstone l'nrk, the
Mnntiuiii nt A'liicoiitln, and fur sev
eral yeurs was connected with the
dining ear and hotul department of
tlio Southeni Pacific. '
Jlr. Dobbins enters upon his new
duties October 1. In tlio meantimo
the lease, eulis for the entire remod
eling of tho property ne.t spring,
either by new eoiistruction of exten
sive improvements at an expense of
from .$2.',000 to $.10,000. Thih outlay
will bo in line with n policy of making
tlio house first class in every rospoct
nntl in kcoping with Ashland's devel
opment as n springs resort editor.
Tho Oregon is ono of tho chief
landmarks in tho southern section of
the state, having been ereeted in tho
'80's, In eonstruetivo failures it is
extra duralilo and its Ideation is tut
a situ that is unsurpassed. K. T.
Staples is the retiring inaniiger.
TO CEASE MING
CAPE HAITIF.N, Sept. !I0. Rebels
who have been reM-ding American
troops, resulting in several fatal en
eouuteis recently, have agreed to'lny
thiwn their arms. A coiifeionco was
held voxterdav at which tho rebels
accepted the conditions offered by the
Americans ami promised to cease
PANAMA CANAL OPENED ,
ON OCOBEn FIFTH
WASHINGTON, Kept. HO, The
1'anama ci.nal, closed because of
earth slidos, will be reopened Octo
ber 5. A new earth mowunent Tucs
tlav delayed tlio opening. It was
thought tho channel would bo.clcared
Iiv October 1.
This New York tango 'uu lot ivliero formerly hundreds tf couples tllp'H-tl nntl swayed, Is now almost, do-
sertetl save for tlie fringe or uiuertiH)iit (Ho elgcI Duly ono couple was iisinir mo floor mo nignt tills picture
Tho dunce ho spring
And Now York
NUW YOIUC, Sept. 20
Is dead on Ilroadway.
is getting ready to go to tho funeral
Regular steel tikatos, not tho va
riety which comes from mixing the
festive cocktail .with tho inslduous
Btlngcrl (It you don't know what n
stinger Is 1 rofuso to corrupt your
moralB by tolling you!)
Castlcs-ln-tho-alr, on top of tho
14th street theater and for two years
tho most oxcluslvo haunt of the tan
go and tho lair of tho fox-trot, has
just reopened ns an Ico palaco.
Othor lessor emporiums which onco
re-echoed tho riotous ragtlmo of tho
"lamo duck" nntl tho kitchen "sink"
have been slower to read tho hand
writing on tho with. At least they
havo not becomo tho Ico palaces of
their own accord. IMt already they
aro hung with tho Icicles of public In
difference. Kvorywhoro in Now York
the dancing luncheon Is n thing of
tho nast. Tho tniiKo tea Is going. Tho
festivals of savage trlbos
o only memories.
'It has struck six o'clock In Am
ra," says William Marlon Hccdy
ft so long ngo. This may still bo
uc or uio rest or mo country, out
Tig Ilroadway It Is already half past
Broadway today Is for tho slmplo
ft tho open air, tho frco sweep of
fluttering floor or Ico atop of tho
'J street theater. Tho proud prlnco
iIoaks and biiHb who might havo
hjsecn any llmo tho Inst two years
clilng his imrfcct thirty-six In a
fr-Jc clutch that would linvo mndo
a inkou sailor blush, now holds his
lnflglitly by tlio finger tips ns they
pcjin "grapo vino and figure 8's"
ono frozen floor. They might bo
Hnjand Jonu or 11111 Brynn and
IVvears ago I lunched nt Itelscn
wo3 when tho first "dancing lun-
orgies of motion which onco rivaled' tub!
. ... . .-
'inns given in .uw iors,
the"oro so many entwined couples
wrl-p In tho bunny hug thnt It was
almfiuiiiosslblo to sot to your
This week I lunched there again.
Just as mnny people were eating. Ilut
nobody was dancing.
Thero was no ragtlmo. There were
no pnid performers to guide tho
twinkling foot of those who said then
thnt they "would rather danco than
Ilut 2 1 months ngo tho Great Mau
rice and FloroncoWnlton danced nt
Itolsenwcbor's dally. Today thoy aro
theatrical stars and tho hotel hns re
verted to Its original function of feed
ing tho inner mnii.
"It has been n long tlmo stneo wo
had any dancing nt luncheon," onlil
a restaurant functionary to mo. "And
wo aro about to glvo up tho dancing
ten In tho afternoon. There Is noth
ing In It for us any more. Tho crazo
In every othor restaurant I havo
visited I havo heard tho samo talo of
dwindling dancers and rccolpts. At
Cnstlo-In-tho-AIr dancing as well ns
skating Is still going on. Hut as tho
winter advances tho inorry skaters on
tho Ico pond will grow In numbers.
And tho tnngo will gasp it last un
heeded among tho throng of New
York men and women who havo ro
verted to tho simple, healthful ox
crclso of their schooldays!
In n couplo of moons n person who
admits ho dunces In Now York
will bo classified an a hopeless hick.
It simply Isn't doiio any more, Clarence
WASHINGTON, I). C, Sept. ail.
Complying with numerous requests
from the growers' councils, chnmbers
of commerce, growers' ami shipper
organizations in the states of Wash
ington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana,
the office of tunrkels and rural or
ganization of tho United States de
partment of agriculture hits made
plnns to establish,., temporary head
quarters in the norltiwcst for tho
study of tho distribution of the 11)15
boxed npple crop.
The plan ns outlined h based upon
nssuriiiico that tho office of markets
and rural organization will receive
the co-operation of nil those interest
ed in tho npplo industry, for without
this eo-opcrntion tho efforts of the
office would not produce valuable re
sults. It is probablo that tho field head
quarters for this work will bo in Spo
kane, becniiso of the neeessibility of
that point to" tho npplo territory in
the northwestern Rtntes.
The work which tho office will do
is not that of n telegraphic, market
news service, but rather eontcmplntcs
the collection by mail and thu com
pilation of data mid issuunen ot
weekly bullet Ins concerning the ship
ments and destination of tho north
western ho.ed apples. In this con
nection similar work will be curried
on to a certain extent in the npplo
sections of Colorndo, Utah and California.
Cigarettes fifteen years ago
are smokers of
Cigarettes today 1
. . - - -. .-fc.
Gold Duit brighten houtofiTei'liYet,
A it brighten fork nnd knlvet.
The Cold Duit Twins
larger package for
For cleaning knives
and forks, washing
dishes, pots and pans
add a tablcspoonful of
Gold Dust to a panful
of hot water. Gold
Dust docs not. mar
J You will find direc
tions printed on cverjr packago of Gold
Tlio Activm Glmmnmr
Oregon State, Fair
Wcok Beginning Septombor 27th
' , 'Itncos, Fat Stockr Poultry, Agrtculliira
"' ' Horticulture Manufacturing
All tho activities wo' aro Interested
in will bo rcprcBcntod
Itctluivrt Itnllrond Fares
from nil points in Orogon , . -
Sale Datos Sopt. 23d to Oct. 2d1 r '
Tickots limited to Oct. Cta'
All trains direct to Uio Fair flroundj . -
Ank your local ngenta for trala - , t
' echcdiilca, nnd tickets.
John SI, Scott, Gen. l-nosongcr Agent, Portland, Oregon.
NUW YORK, Sept. HO - Hero aro
homo of tho questions which tho com
inlttco in chargo of tho Anglo-French
commission sought to solvo nt their !Mgno
How much muBt an individual sub
Bcrlbo In order to becomo
tor admission to the syndicate, which
will got tho bonds at DC?
What term shall bo offcrod to the
man who wants to buy tho so-called
baby bonds thoso In denominations
loss than $1000 by installments?
When shall tho bonds bo placed
on tho market?
Other minor details concerning tho
life of the syndlcato and tho llullng
ot the bonds. '
Indications were that the life of tho
underwriting syndicate would not ex
ceed sixty or ninety days, or that tho
bonds would bo listed possibly frco
of charge on tho Now York stock
exchniiKo very noon.
Lord Heading and tho thrco other
commissioners who spent two days in
Chicago woor to bo dinner guests to
night with Sir Henry Ilublngton Smith
and Octave Homborg, tho rommlHlon
ors who remnmlncd In New York, of
l. .10. "It was by no
u irk," said one of the
he Grand Palais lioi)i-
tal in iljbjnjj tlio battle of Cham-
ay. "Never have we
seen mi. !jt. the barbed wire en-
i tllIlL'l(!lll Dill uIuiIIli llllll),ll1.1 111.
Ollglblo ilif,i,. ,.., i...i t,". ....
' " winv" iMIi Liivat1 ur till
iniiiimcnniiiniier lelt which we
hntl to faultier the enemy's fire.
Tho wire t thick it was extreme,
ly Jmrd tR In many places our
attaoKiiijjjiiiiins eaino iifjaiust
Chevuux 'nt.?, behind which tho
Germans T e ielted them with
bombs uxfjis we could, and the
snpperfc wmio hehiiul us did the
nt us tluiiy so many of us were
hit in the Ifu-oro stmii put out of
liusinecs. lour eavalry tiiriictl
tip. lney rono so lon without
banco l-fF .m horhcback that
on nil sidesjnt (hev left lichind
I in tho way iR-riiil, nryis, effecU
I and MpiipinmiH uiiimauinalile.
I Their flight ffiufn a panic when
guns which t-lnrmeil
..,.. ,, 4V...J " " .....I.M.I
u ehanco lf in horseback that
they were kjjot into it. It was
n fine thihliTlio (ioniums bolted
the Pilgrim club. Lord Heading was
to bo ono of tho speakers.
t limy saw uurfnu contingents nf-
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil ot tho city of Med ford, Oregon,
at Its next regular meeting, October
Cth, 1915, for a llccnso o soil malt,
vinous and spirituous liquors at their
plnco of business on North Fir
street, Medford, Oregon, until Jan
uary 1, 1916.
Dated Sept. 23, 1915.
HOOU13 JUVEK VALLKY UNIVKIt-
ter I hem. Htj-iiiis cerlainlv cut
them up frighrnith the bayonet."
An officer fjiavtinel woiiiul in
one nun spfmliatically of the
dnrinjj mniiiiefnliifli the Kieneh
I havo puiclfjio Central Point
Meat Market fjt Lowls nnd will
tako cliargo Oenuslncss will bo
conducted on n'g cash basis. So
liciting your p.jo, I will try to
merit Its contlrtr by courteous
treatment and jaluo received.
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