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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE. MEDF.QJiP,,t..OKFiON, .TIIFRSDAY, SKPTflMBKR. 30, . 1915
AN lNHRPMNDKNT NKWBPAI'KIt
PUUMHIIKD KVKflY AKTErtNOON
EXCEPT HUNIM.Y BY TUB,
MEDFORU 1'ltlNTlNO CO.
Offlcn Mall Trlbuni Htlltdln, H 21-20
North Kir strectj tclcpliono 75.
Th Dtmocrntlo Times, THn Med ford
Ainu, 'rue Aiturora Truune, tub nout
crn Orcponan, Tlio Ashland Trbun.
Onh yiar. uy Unal ..,,.... $5.00
.Omi month, by mull ..,-.......... ,(0
Tr month, dnllVfird by cnrrlor In
' Mcilfor.l. Prtaonlx. JaekHOnvllln
nnd. Central Point .. .E0
Saturday only, Ly mall, pr year... 2.0U
Weekly, per year ., 1.60
Official Paper of tho City of Mdrord.
Official Paper of Jackson County.
Entered an Bocond-claxt matter at
Meilford, Oregon, under thd act of March
flworn Circulation for 1014, 2588.
Full leaned wlfo Asnuclatod Pleas dispatches.
Subscribers fnlllng to rrcelvo !
' papers promptly, phono Clrcu-
latlon Manager nt 2G0-K.
HONG KONG KOLUM
THAT ARTIFICIAL BLIGHT
Chlorus teddy nltnsatnca attend
CHAROUM & CMASKK,
f tlin chlorine Ran In ready,
And tho vltrol, too, udvaucot
(Jnllnnt poisoners, o steady
Oh! for wur'B romnncol
What n thrill of high emotion
When a focman follB nnd BimlnuB
Dylng from a poisoned potion
Forward, typhoid gcrniBl
Gallant chemists nnd romantic,
Onward, onward, poison troop!
l)oio tho woIIb and drlVo thorn fran
tic Heroes, glvo thoy croup!
What In nil tho world bo thrilling
Aa tho clash of warrior halo!
Chemists, forward to tho hilling!
Now York Sun.
A yachting girl, Kinlly Hobs,
Who wasiqiiltn a tileo girl, I contest),
Woro n hwoII evening gown
To tho offlco, downtown;
Bald tho hoBft, "You may go homo
Mx for Hint
Algy I,aurn, whero thoro'a llfo
thcro'H hopo may I hopo "
Laura Truo, Alpy. hut you'ro u
dead ono tltoro'ti no hopo for you.
(I'MwIu (Iporgo, commllnuJugglcr)
When I wan bom 1 was twins, hut
1 coiiNoldtated Into ono iiiihh of cluv
ornotiN. You couldn't expect to hear
mo sing for fin or 7B centB. Thnt
wouldn't oven pay tho Interest on ono
of my high notes. 1 did a mtiRlrnl
Htunt once, hut Homebody ntolo tho
handlt). Kveu an net llko mlnn c.iIIh
for a llttlo applaiiKn boiiio tlmo. Of
loiirHO tliero'H no hurry about It. I
don't boo how any ono can tdeop with
all theno llghtn burning. Karly to
bed nnd early to rlito nnd you never
moot any of tho piomluont poopK
I used to work In a shoo uloro.
Iloxn told mo to tako Htook. I took
ocr half of It boforo thoy ilUeov
ered It. I'd llko to havo an uet golu'
through tho audience
I had to laugh whon I hhw my nnmo
out In front. 1 didn't know anybody
could print ho small. I don't want
any itppltuiso for that, let la eumu
lato. I did this thin afternoon tho find
tlmo. You nughta boon here. There,
was room. 1 don't protend to bo nnv
good, but 1 might an well bo doing
this iih out gadding around tho Htreets
I'm tho only Jugglor doing thlx
trick. OthorH havo tried It, but not
ub often aB 1 havo. I had a duo ihIu
(liitlon. I went through llarvtutl ul
losy ' h(iT,
COArMBNTINQ upon tlio fact that, despite thirty-six
feet of water at the Columbia bar and a thirty-fool
channel to the sea, and a water grade to Portland, Puget
Sound ports, though handicapped by a mountain haul, con
tinue to handle the bulk of (he shipping, the Portlaiid
Thero Ih a vast artificial, unnatural forco thnt la blighting Portland
nnd building 'Pugct Sound.
Tho vast force thai is blighting Portland and building
Puget Sound is principally Portland's lack of enterprise
and near-sighted vision.
Because nature spilled the physical and geographical
requisites for a city upon Portland, the Oregon metropolis
is quite content to let nature do the rest.'
Portland uxpects business to seek it, instead of going
after business. Seattle and the Pugct Sound cities seek
and create it. Business responds t cjiltivation and co
operation. It naturally goes where financial assistance is
Portland's efforts to develop its territory sire confined
to an occasional junket trip a glad-hand joy ride through
its tributary country. When it comes to' material aid in
upbuilding the country Portland is not at home to the
Portland spends 80,000,000 in skyscrapers and nothing
in developing the resources that will create the business to
fill these skyscrapers. Consequently many are empty.
Oregon towns receive little or no aid from Portland. They
must seek elsewhere for capital to build railroads and de
velop Jhe natural resources that spell the slate's pros
perity. Portland lost the Alaska trade with its vast potential
ities through lack of enterprise. J I; holds the trade of Ore
gon simply through its geographical situation that handi
Instead of assisting the small cities. Portland openly
opposes their efforts to develop. Portland seeks to main
tain a jobbing monopoly in the state, and every effort of
interior towns to secure more equitable freight rales finds
the metropolis an intervener in behalf of the railroad, lest
'some other town profit.
Let an industry, no matter how small, start anywlierc
except Portland, and concerted effort is-made to kill it by
underselling it in its territory and i'oroiiig it into bank
ruptcy. Mcdford offers a specific example, at the present
time, when Portland jobbers have combined to ruin a local
candy factory by selling below cost.
Is it any wonder that the outcome of such a policy is
blighting Portland through blighting -Oregon for the,
only way Portland can hope to grow and prosper is through
tho'upbuilding and development o Qw'iLi L,
READY TO RESIST
LOAN JO ALLIES
SQUIRREL FOOD .BY AHERN
CofAG NOW (?oY PONT QUARREL. J
THAT 0MLVWA5 OF AN 'INCH
Too Wide to be called f stride!
MY EYE SIGHT JS. SO PAP I COULDNTl
( ffeLL THE DIFFERENCE, BETWEEN
fy BEER CHECK vANG A FRieGHT CAR!
ANP 5EJF WEKAMr COME R
SOME KINP OF, AN .AGREEMENT
C, 3 i
mf? msi a ww a s
iK; b'A V J ir I
BONO SYNDICATE'S PRESIDENT ASKS .
Lin. LllflllCU IU CALUUIIUIIO Oil
MARKETING ISSUE FOR I. W. W. ffiT
WASmXOTOX, Sept. :i(l. -Xim.v
epnrtnient offipinls wcic ontliUHinn-
o today over, (he G.xporiinuntii result-
! for the fiiyt time in Irnniconti-
Pcntul win'I(L()3 telephony. ,y this
!.. ii... i..''' .......
iiiriuin uiu nuiiifiii voice wnst)ueees-
ullv tniiiinitlt'tl vcitunlny from Ar-
linttlon wirolusM iiliint to Uio JInre
JhIiiiiiI, Oul., iiiiV!iltiition, n distnnee
of 2.ri()0 miles.
Tliis iiehioviineiil, liKutliur with the
hiiecimiffll (ipurution of u device for
autoinnlieiilly IniiMfuniiuf lo the
indio loluphoni- fonvewntiotm origin
ntiiifr on nigtullio ('intuits wiin ticcom
plislied. i'rcHiiloul 'riieoilun N. Vui' und
other officials of !h Aincricnn Telc
pliunu C Tcle:nipli comimiiy nt N'cw
Yori; convcrxeil lor sevcinl iniuule in
ii lenr, ilMinct lone with the Mine
Island station, Hiu convcrsatiim IteiiiK ;
transmitled ovnr an oidiimrv inetalli.'
mc from New York lo Arlinaton and
tlieneo by radio ncrosH the continent.
Iii announcing tlio vchhH, .Socrotnry
DnniuU )ro))iesicd futtlier develop
ment in loii' distance communication,
both for military and naval sen ice in
TERMS OF LOAN
LONDON, Sept. .11). Asserting
Hint Atnericnii banker naturally pre
fer a lomi with some $10,000,000
profit to die importation of gold
which brings no profit, the Miuiulius-
tcr Oupidinn declares cditeriully:
"Tliere i1 Ho reason, however, wliy
the government should indulgv in
what has every appearance of being
a blunder as cosily politically as fin
ancially." Insisting that the loan would be in
valid unless approved by parlinmuiit,
the Guardian adds:
"Seldom law a liuaucinl traiMicliou
been imposed upon the HiiliMi people
which ci'icd (nit ho hnitl for juxtili
culioii.' It iiihv be that Mr. Jlonr.ui
and bin iin-iIMmiiIk have done the al
lies a good .rvico and earned a re-
iward, bill if ho it would bo cheaper
to preterit them with their 12,000,000
pounds- and forego a loan ao ilmung
ini: to our credit."
NKW YOltK, Sept. 110. S.-ibia has
an army of about (100,000 men in tho
field to resist invasion of that coun
try by tho Teutonic allies, according
to information received from Profes
sor I.OUH Losnniteh of tho University
of llelgrade. The profo-sbor ostimatos
that Serbia Iiiin lost about I'JO.OOO
men since the war began and that
about one in every tivo who were
v ot'.uded died. The army includes, he
Kaid, practically ail the able-bodied
iiipii between tho ugc of IS and till
The money sent to Serbia by the
relief committee, the profotftor wrote,
was axed to purchase farming imple
ments and material, and these were
distributed in the war districts, with
the lexult that pint of them i now
Sanitations in the aiiuy, he wrote,
arc now normal ami lvauln.li and
French mission have inoculated the
whole rtrmv nirniuM t 1 1 i I mid chol-eni.
UHlU.liV, Sept. 30. lly wlrolcHB
to Snyvlllo. Tho AtiKlo-Krcnch lonn,
which Is being raised. in tho United
Stnteti, Iiiik aroiiHed great Interest In
"Leading fliinuclcrti of llorliu,"
unyB tho OvorflenH Nowh AKcncy,
"iiKree that, nlthough Drltlsh din
pntchefl loavo hoiiio features of tho
loan In doubt, tho eondltloiiH nro very
uufnvornblo for KiiKland nnd Franco
A few youth iiko no ono In cither
rou n try would hino thoiiKit It jiohhI
blo that hucIi a loan would bo Issued
In tho United States at !)f, and io
deomiiblo In flvo years. Thnt means
that KiiKlaud and Krauco-ure paying
about (5 per cent Interest.
"It Is probable thnt the sharo ac
corded to Itiuttlu will bo small, If any
port of tho loan koch to that nntlou
"In hoiiio quarters it In remarked
that If tho loan Is offorod for nubile
uhkcilptIou It will ho a traiiKO(klnd
of neutrality on tho part of a country
Hilch also finances sales of war ma
terial to Oeiiiiany'H oncmlos.
'The Keneral impression Is that tho
financial situation of HiiRlnnd and
Iraiico Is such as to loavo them no
NKW YOIMC, Sept. at). The com
mission in charge of the sale of tho
OO.OOO.OOO Anglo-French bonds hits
cleared away n number of details
concerning the method of marketing
the issue and expected to announce
the entire program Into today.
Cliidf of tho details alnMidy settled
nro that tho life of the underwriting
Byudicato is to be sixty days, the
sums subscribed by banks will be left
on des)sit with the subscriberM until
needed nnd then withdrawn propor
tionately, anil the profit of the nyn
dicato members' will be 1"J.' per cent,
the remaining quarter of 1 per cent
being used for expenses. Tho syudi-
WASHINGTON, Sept. :o.
request of tho Swedish mini
A. F. Kkengicn, President
today telegraphed to Qoverr
of Utah asking u stay of oxcHm to
ndmit new evidence for .losgllill
strom, n Swedish subject, ifnecd
lo be shot in Utah statu peffltmry
yesterday. Hillstrom was jrictcd
The president received jjrgram
from the Swedish iniiiiHter.ing he
was cotniuccd Ilillstrom b't had
a fair trial and that his gumciil
had imtriictcd him to makflrcscn-
tations in behalf of the j Tho
Swedish minister said thatM'heved
cntc members may participate without insolent behavior of Ilillskfdiiring
roPKNIIAOKN Sept ::o 'News
of 1tfro.flfniilvc ou the western front
Mi lakttn sorlotikb h-i o.' siih the ller-
lfu,rorros)ondent of tho Colltlkuu
"The TaKloblutt ruarU Unit noth
liiK wptlld he more toollsh than to
overlook tho torrlble kerloumest of
tho recent battles In the west, and
thnt t would he equally wrong for
On i mniu nut to have tho fullest con
fidence In their troops and loaders."
itNl I'ltANTISl'ii. Sept .to -
SlHinOb Kulpli, Ji , issued a
fiiuioii loifay omIIui uhii all
ipto uf San I'raiK is n in p n
Itvotliunl U petit ioii l'i -nit ii
'U JlOnU) to llu Pmiiuuh I'u-
frfttjijiji. Thi cull wus miule
1MM pditHMts HtiM Im ii. . .i
KMi kciiuwt t'btltlrvu
AT1IKNS, Sept. 30 -The Orcok
chainher In a special session today
rnttfled tho action of tho Kovernmunt
In decreeing a general mobilization of
tho army and authorized a loan of
restriction as to the amount of their
A memorandum containing nine
points agreed upon by the committee
in Chicago for tho sale of the bonds
was made public today by .1. P. Mor
gan & Co. Following are the chief
fcatuics on which an agreement has
"The situation in to have a life of
sixty days. Syndicate iiieinbors will
purchurfc at UK the price to the in
vestor -and at the expiration of the
sixty days will be refunded l per
cent. The difference between the
price to the investor and the price to
the syndicate is 'J per cent. Tho ie
maiiiiug one-fourth of I percent will
be used to cover opcnow.
Participation is to be giwu to till
classes of institutions, iiivetor and
dealers without restriction. Tliesvn-
ilicuto will hnxe the rutm In icpur
his trial had prejudiced jt and
jury iiainht him. He Miitf lrendy
had taken tho matter iiig'i tho
state deimitment. but wAlnl that
anv evidence ho had to hIJ would
be forwarded to the UBiwi" of
Tlio minister told tjpcsidcut
there was no time to MiUfvidciico
before the ilnte of UilH's elo
Williuin Lewis, John Mnidon, lone
Norris and Kltner lliginhothtim were
transuding business in Mud ford on
Mr. and .Mrs. Ilcnn, who have been
residents of this place for some time,
have moved to the upper Applegnto,
wncrp tlicy will spend tho winter.
Mr. Robertson is clearing hn place
of underbrush by burning.
Mrs. John Mnrdou spent u day re
cently i ciold Hill, tho guest of
All the forest fiivs nro repot led to
bo under control, as tlio cool nights
permit of their burning or rapid
Weather prophet's ferecast: Cooler
Klines creek business visitors to
Gold Hill: Mr. and Mis. Olson, Mr.
Lewis, John Mardon, Air. Collins,
John Knotts, Al Rhoten, Mr. Hobort
son, tho Misses ICntio ami Mnnirin
rolcy ami Prophet Foster.
Mr. Householder of Medford is here
for a few days looking after his bus
Mis. I toff of Hold Hill win a iccent
visitor mi Kane's creek.
V for a
Infants and Invalids
The Food-Drink for all Ages
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infant, invalid tai growing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding tit whole body.
Invigorates nursing mother ixl the aged.
More healthful than tea or coffee.
Unlosa you say "HORUOICW
you may gat m substitute
WHERE THE CROWDS GO
Hcot Haw! As Obstinate as a-
(From tho Morcyvllle, lown, Manner.)
Miss Ida Mulo rofusos to nettle with
tho school directum. She InslstH up
on bringing tho matter Into court.
Fill It in yoursolf.
Paramount .Military Drama which
Is hound to plcaso ovoryono.
This Is n splondld subject every
body should hoc.
"If IPs a Pariimoiiiit IPs O'immI."
SALT I.AKK I ITY
Prosideiit Vi!son tch
ernor Spry had not lieJjSveied nt
1 1 ::ill o'clock. The guW1 id lu
had no iiiformutiou ymtf the
message except that cjf'd '' '
Associated Press, bnl gio un
incdiatc coiisidcrationJny com
munication from I be i 'lit
SALT LAKK 01Tf,t .
chase up to 10 m-r cent l the total Ooernor Spry haa jfinnounccd
undcrwulni". t"t ho has giaiitcdgraui a r-
prlovc until Octobeifi:'". om
of courtesy to Prosldf""". 'HI'
slroin has been notlfST''0 text of
tho Koveruor's me;
iilout Iiiim not linen MOIlt.
LONDON, S i. .10. viewing the
situation, the Petrojjrad corrcsHind
eut of the Times sus that according
to prowiiliin; opinion in Kus-iau mill
tai ciicles, Field Marshal Von lliu
deiiburv, rcgurdlc of the meniico to
(lenniiny's westeni front, has brought
up frv'sh foivcs at Osiniana and is
preparing another blow at the Rus
sian right wing in order to sweep
southeastward in an el'iort to bar the
route of retirement fu the Muscovite
LONDON, Sept. 30. An Athens
dispatch to tho HxchniiKO Telegraph
company, filed yesterday, Miyr :
"Hills proclaiming a state ot hIoro
In Macedonia, provldliiK for tho fa ni
tidis of men called to tho rotors and
providing- n credit or 1 .'0,000,000
drachmas ;:to,oon,000i to meet tho
expenses of nioMHxutlon were voted
at a sitting of the chnmher today.
HHICHESTER S PILLS
THE IIIAMOin HKA.SD. Jy
l4l-t Akrr l'"cii.tA
I'MUI K.4 ti ;,U Mtt.iikVVy
lka ltr. r .r iHf
nuvusu HKVNb i'iLlil m?
I Ul ulUtl.UUtt AU,.KlUU
$100 Reward, $100
Thr rdr rf thla ivirr will b lf.l to
Utrn that tbrre It it lfl ov ilrrailnl iII.hm
lint n-ltni-f bit txsn abl l rur la til It
tier, aisl thai Ii t'alirrb. Hall Catarrh fur
la In onlj isvltlTr run- mw ki)Mi lo tb nits!
leal fratfrnllr Catarrh blnc a cMittltutkiual
dl.k. rniulrn a inailltutloual Ireatuwot
Hall' Catarrh Cur It tatrn Inlrruallx artlaz
Jlrrfttr ui"U b I'M ami muiSMt turfarta of
h tjilfui tbrrcbr lrittojln- tlio twinjatloa
(if Ibr tlltrat. ami cl'iBE Ibr pallrnt atrraeih
bj bulldlnc up tb roottltutlon atnt tulilloir na
tur In itln lit nark Tb proprlttore hra
.i much faith In It ruratl rit that lbT
pffr Ou llumlrij IVvJItr. f.r anj that It
(alia to our Sim1 far llat or lattlofsiltlt.
AMttn V J illi:NEY i. CO, Tvltds. O.
Soil br all Ki-ussUti TS
Taka lull lamUr TlIU (or wnitlratloo.
Notice Is hereby
lerslRiiod will niil;
'II ut Its mooting
tb, 101S, for a V.i
plrltuous and vt
liiantltlos less thfj
placo of luslnosn
street, city ot X
uary 1, 101C.
that tho un-
;o soil malt,
illon on Us
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Wf fllvT n lirll'Iant rIoksv olilne (tiat Hj W
m iJhi not ri' c it cr i! ist c:f -I ..it V If ft
nrn a! , to the Ircn ti at lasts (our B ;Wf
av iiwva na lurtai nnjr uicicr. Bn IL
I Black SllkStovo Polish I
V U la n (.lata 1y I'. '( Ut iuun Mj
rai,tul'yfaSo irdi u , Sift
tt m A'ffrrt.- rux . illL
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tlcouri:o.jai jw "rT , i CTT
tr pi" 8?a riuiira, fcas till'
If ronlon'tllnJIc TTFTjtHSiOv tit'
ObcalpollaUyvu mJfulMlSlMjfMfwl rrtTt'
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liardarar ar 7aTaTaT TaiL I V iTTI
m it x-rr l-3lcf 1 1 (! (v m. A iTifV
r J'.n iritnl to re- .VaaaaLaC' V aB I J4 r
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Uttlnc In S?!ml vf
jLYnrJOrep" ZSjKll ill W.
Is Comlur; Soon
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Hcadipiattet for Oalifor-
r tana line v lining IMC 1-.XK-
Otir rnnimmltnii. tnl.1...
r. ' .:.,"" .": 'u,v7
iiuc wrvu-c, nnu iiomciike
restaurant v III appcat to )ou.
No Rabc In Rales
51.50 Per Day Up
," Vtel weal
John A. Perl
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.'horn M. 47 iuiiI 47-Ja
&MbtUuc tfrli CVrostf
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LAST TIME TONIGHT
famous Photo-Drama ol a sinful MngdiiU-neV wrivt soul
A TlU-iSTAIi ALL1ANCK
NANSEN, EDWARD JOSE AND WILLIAM J. KELLY
Ithan a scoiv of Mod ford's best critics uronouiicf tliic ,mn
of Uic best photoplays cvor shown in tlio city.
Prices: Adults, lower floor 2de. Jmlcony oc, Childion We,
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