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TRIBUNE, M13DFORD, ORISON. MONDAY, OCTOBER A. HM5
N ARABC CASE
New Note Docs Not Satisfy President
Because of Germany's Failure to
Disavow the Acts Furtlier Negoti
ations Impossible Situation Not
WASHIKOTOX, Oct. l.AlthbiiKh
(Icrninn.v's new note on (he- Arabic
cane is not entirely MllHfactory to the
United HldtcH, llio situation' is not
considered critical at thin time. This
was fluted today ou high official tin
lliority. The iew hrlil by I'reirlcut Wilson
mid stiitc department officials on the
nolo bunded to Hccrefary I.unsiiiK in
Now York Hnlurdny Iv Count Von
llcnihtorff, (hn Uonnnti iiinbiKsudor,
is tlihl it wh not fipecilio enough on
the- (MiintK inm'ttlcxl on by the presi
dent. TIicho afo a (llhftvdwnl of .the
hinliliuf, nsNiirhiu'crt tlujl the fift trotild
not ho repented hhd proper fcpnrn
lion. No roHlicr N"KjlltliMis
direful rendinjj of tho note deliv
ered by tlio (Icnrinn niubuf.Hnddr' hrtH
(oinlncrd administration officials
Hint further ncftitttuliviiN ou the ucK
iion dro K)SNible( n ml that there is
hi ill reiiKon to hope that Oerninny will
in tho end accede to (hi) tehen of the
Tim note will not. bo nnnwered fo
iiuiily immediately, but Kei'retnry
l.lintintf nt n conference later Dili
week with the German ambassador
will iufonn him of the point tho Unit
ed SlntcH wiiutH cleared up. After
the conference tho ambassador !h ok
peeled to communicate iimhIu to his
pivcmmciit llio view of tho United
ApuMiilivt I'nltcd Klalri .. i
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..I'iiiiiiiij a )niniiiiMi 1171, lfUiHv'.
worn nearly npproaches the stand of
the United Ktalcs Hum it did in the
previous note op tho Mtino iichlon.
It is understood that tho nolo frlvca
Httlsfnctury iibHuranecs that Anicri
ciiiih traveling on unarmed linero will
lint be cndnnered by Milimririno nt
tiick in Dm future, ,bnt a riatlsfnctory
disa owal of tho Hinkinir of thu Arabic
is not nivi'ii.
The note wa the subject of a con
ference botucMi I'reHident VUhoii and
.Secretary LnnMiitf lact nljjhl. A nip.
tin u of diplomatic lehitious over the
cabo it considered unlikely.
W0RLHI8 MANAGERS SCORE INFAVOR OF CATCHERASGOODTEAM LEADERS
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1Y llltOWK HOLMKS
Tho milliliters uho will meet in
llio world series, Bill ( 'ampin, of
I tip IIohIou Keil Box, mid 1'nt Moriin,
of tho' i'liilnj pvo n-'bitf-booHt to thq
chtchcr miiniiKCr proposition. Their
HiicecsH nild tho mieceHs of other man
nfrK who were catchers lends to the
idea that men who t.cd tilings from
tho bnekstoji's vieVMint niako Kd
men to lend teams.
Kino inn unburn who linve been sue
ecKsful in recent .cars ycro'catchers.
Hesidcs L'urriKMi and Mo ran, there
arc Connio 'iMnck, Wilbcrt Koliinson,
KoKcr llrcsnnhau, Itrancli Hiukey,
Frank Chance, Claicricc Koulaud and
All of these managers hnvo not
won iwunanls but the yhavc shown
Carrignn and .Morau represent two
types of lenders the playing inmi
iifCi and the bench uiauaKcr.
Carrih'nu has been one of tho real
Kood cntchors of the American league
for jTiirs, and since ho became man
after, succccdiiij; Jake .Mtahl, he has
li(keu his regular turn with tho wind
pad. Monin, after ho went to the Phils
from the Cubs, beeaum coach, then
succeeded Ited Doolu as njilnncr.
Ho is nlwnyrt in unifonu dud tho
biihc lines and his brtsubnll knowledge
has been one of the club's bitf nsvetb.
JURY MEETS IN
. Tho first federal rmihI Jury ovpr
held In the state of Oregon outside
of the city of Portland Will convene
In this city tomorrow at the N'ata
torllim. Thin afternoon njid tomor
row thousand veniremen wlll. begin
(o arrive irdm all pointi in southern
Oregon. Tho grand Jury term will
Inst for two weeks. Upon its clone a
pctltVjuj-.wjH' l)? called. Tho term
of tho foderaicourl will last a month.
the sessions will bo held In tho small
hall of the Natatqrlum, with Judge
Volvcrtoiron tho bench, and District
Attorney Clarence Rcamcs in chargo.
Among the matters to como before
tho. grand Jury will a murder caso
and, several bootlegging canes from
Klamath county, In which Indians
jvllatienar as w.ltncsses. There will
bo other matters Investigated by tho
federal Inquisitorial, tho nature of
which I a kept secret In accordance,
with governmental rules. One of the,
matters wjll "probably bo tho sales. of
(and under the O-C land gran,t.
"Tho federal court officials will ar
rive tills afternoon and In tho morn
ing to tako charge fo tho sessions.
Old Lazy Hones sat In tho sun, amov
ing, fully tired,
"Where 'cro thero's Rmoke thoro's
fire," said tho boss, "so Lazy,
you arc fired!''
RUSSIA SENDS ULTIMATUM
(Continued from pngo ono)
howL'wr, will not satisfy the allies,
'who demand that Ilulxnria slinll "op
enly break ttith tho onemits of the
If the reports from J'aris, Unchur
ch! and Athens of tho concrnlmlion
of Teutonic trno)is ou tho Serbian
fiontier hiv correct, the promptitude
with which Ituvnt has token up llio
(lernmn challciiKC in explained, Ac
cordin kU thckc reports, Field ilur
Mini Von Muckenseu has. quit the
eiihtern front und is iow near the
Serbian bonier nt the head of -oO,-111)11
(lennnn and AuMriuii troopi,
with I'OOll itus. It is rrported Hint
ho is ready to icpcal his campaign
by which ho drove (lie Ituvsiaus out
Allies .i liTtMirl
If action by tho entente powers
bhould bccouio necessary when llul
jjiiria makes final disclosure of her
intentions, this action would be tin
deitakcn by troops which arc now in
icndiucsH to take tho field simultane
ously wilh the forces of (Ircece, The
opinion is expressed hero that n
prompt mocmcnt, such as would ho
undertaken, would be likely to disen
tangle the counsels of Itumania, which
lor tho moment seem obscure.
JJritibh military writers nftcvt to
see in tliiu hituatioo u great dungttr to
llio central power. They arguo that
plans must luo been laid down
vVcka ago when it was supposed Urn
Ocriutm armies were likely to fon'o
ti decibioti in thu cust mid before the
iiucxiicotcd inobiliEutiou of flivct'e
und tuo formidable oMcumvo of the
allies in Uio west, fiipec tho plan-.
tor tho Teutonic campaign uguiutt
Hcrhia were i-nnechi'il Hussiu bus
brought the fienn.iu odvanco almost
to u standstill and claims now to hold
.'tho injtiotito ulonmost o( tho trou.L
Kitchener Wants lcu
Tho results of the great recruiting
rally in F,ngluud on iNutuiduv are not
,ct known, but it is gvnerullv bulicv-
I'd that Lord Kitchener will Ret the
nci'cssiiry men ly some nieaiih.
"I know how munv men I waul,"
he told tho labor lenders "I know
their niimcs andrthe npmbcrs of their
doors, ijnd if tliJi'doi't como I will
J'ctfh thwn. Oivo iu tho meu and
munitronp I want wild Iuurunteo wc
tdiull liijve tilt) way i" (ko hollow of
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PRESIDENI TO SEE
WASHINGTON', Ocl. I. -1'rcsi-dent
Wilson plans to go to Philadel
phia Knturduj (o seo tho second game
o f the world's cltumpitriisltip baseball
scries. Tho president will' be nceom
jianied by Secretary Tumulty, Dr.
Cnry T. (Irnjson, his navill aide, and
Miss Ifelcn Woodrow Jloncs, his
WORLD'S HIGHEST DAM
(Continued from i'lrot Page,)
completed a year1 In advance of the
The dam reaches a height of 34S.S
feet, tapering to a lG-foot crown.
Tho concrete In the ditiu If loaded
on a wagon train allowing twenty
feot to each team and wagon would
would reach from Han Francisco to
Now York and double back to Cleve
land. Tho reservoir rnrmed behind It Is
eighteen miles long, the water In It
reaching a maximum depth of 200
feet, enough to flood the city of llos
tou with eight feet. There Is tribu
tary to tho icservolr H.niiu, 000,000
feet of timber. It will take fifty
.eurn to lift over the dam and drop
through a cement chute to th erlvcr
below. Tho value of this timber alone
A.MKTIWUAMi Oct. d. The Tele
graf announces (hat fivo ticroplnpes
of the allies yesterday bombarded
Xfcbmggo on Hie llelgiau coast. Some
f tho bombs which wcro dropped
weight d 7. pounds.
The neioplanes were attacked dy
nuti-iilrcraft guns, which brought
down one machine. Another was
enniM'llcd by a defective motor to
laud near N'ienwvlict, on Dutch terri
tory. A Hritisli officer was in
terned. FEDERALS CHALLENGE
HfcHIJN, Oi. 4 (by wireless to
Sayville). -It was officially an
nounced today that two Hntitsh niol)
itors had bcc.ii dumodbeforo I
Panne by (Icnnnn naval airships.
Wltn Medford trafto ta Modtord rasde.
Best Treatment for Catarrh
S. S. S. Removes the Cause
Specialists In Catarrh troubles have agreed thst It Is an Infection of
the blood. Tlie laboratories ol iui j -j. , "ui " proven .
Once jou get your blood free from lmpurltUs cleansed of tho Catarrhal poi
sons, which It Is now a prey to becaua of It unhealthy state then you
will be relieved of Catarrh tho drlpptn In the throat, hawking and spitting,
raw sores In the nostrils, and tho disagreeable bad breath. It waa caused, In
ihn flrf ninno. iionniiup voiir ImDOrerlahad Mood was easily Infected. Possi
bly a alight cold or contact with aomeona who had a cdld. But tho point Is
don't sufrcr with catarrn it is not uctsrr. lutKiura-o, o. a., uncor
ered over fifty years ago, tested, trna and tried, Is always obtainable at any
drug store. It has proven its valua Im thoasanda of cases. It will do no In
your esse. Get S. S. S. at one and bajrta treatment. If yours Is a lonjt
tandlng esse, be sure to wrlto the . a. 5. Co., Atlanta, Oa., for free expert
ttedlcal Hdvlce. They will tell you hew this purely vegetable blood tonic!
cleanses the Impurities from the blood .hy literally washing; It clean. They
will prove to you that thousands of offerers from Catarrh, after consistent
treatment with S. S. S., have been freed from tho trouble and all its dlsa
greenble features and restored to perfect health and vigor1. Don't delay the
trcntmont. Take S. S. S. at once.
Don't use unknown materials
Don't simply got a roof for that new building.
Get ono that is guaranteed to last and will not
bo affected by gases, vapors, acids or smoke.
And when it comet to partitioning, use a Wall Board
that ha strength, durability, good apprarancoand remitt
ance to moliture. Aik your local dealer about
made in three thlcCne s, pij-anterd
5 year for 1-plv, 10 yean frjr 2-ply and
1$ ear-for J-ply, backed by the reipon
libility of the largest roofing and building
piper industry in the world.
It cm be laid ia strips, pointed in attrac
tive colors and wjll rive the best service
In any climate. Used the world over.
or ue Instead of lath and plvter in small
residences, cottages, bungalows, offices, ,
bootlii, etc. IicanpotcraFkcirilust, and
when p-opcrly painted and panelled, many
nrthtic ellccts can be produced.
Two great features about Cerlaln'ttrct i
Hoard arc its great strength and its resist
ancc to moliture.
Sold by denlora everywhere nt reAaonnblo prices
General Roofing Manufacturing Company
UuiM'iif(in;ritiii(lllutclurrru Hoofing mul llulUUng Ilapfra
New York Clly Chtojio Philadelphia Sl.Loult Bo, Ion Cleveland Pitttburih
ueiroic aanrrancitrn t-incinnau Minneapon rvanMiviiT
Two Important Points Cost and Fit
Mother, do you pride yourself as being a good judge
of your children's requirements ns to their Shoe
If you do, you expect good shoes, a correct fit .and
right prices in purchasing your Children's Shoes. -,
That being the case, there will be no argumont in
buying youi' Shoes. " .
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"(iOOl) SlIOi:S" lluiU our luirincM
llIHAfiU, Ocl. I. A ch.illciir'c
dircctcil lo nirnibera of the National
It.ibcball Coiumi'.Nhiou lor n scrit's of
Banics uitlt llic winnei'h of the Morbl's
scries was bent toilnv by I'linrle H.
Wcihnian, prosiilcut ol (lie C'Iiicoko
club, I'hiunp.ioiib of the Fciltiral league.
ChiciiKo'M triumph over 1'itslnii's:
.NCNtculny in the final gallic of the
chainpioiisliii) race, given this tuty
its hi.xtcouth baseball uhainpioiisliip
Perfeciion Oil Heater
Tents in the Model Camp, U. S.
Marine Corps, P. P. I. E., San Fran
cisco, 1915, arc equipped with Pcr
1 fection Oil Heaters. Smokeless
1 and odorless. Dealers everywhere.
l-or hat teMilh u Pearl Oil ' 'i
Standard Oil Company t
In Medford Tuesday
rfk.,aV m. i' ti .
F. H. Reese, of the Frank C Riggs Co.,
Northwest representatives for the Pack- ;Li
ard Motor Car Co., will be at our
garage ALL DAY TUESDAY, Oct. 5
with a Packard 12 cylinder car. This
12 cylinder car is a revelation to the
American public and should be seen
by every auto lover.
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