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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGOST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 191
FIRST PICTURES THAT TELL STORY OF NEW ORLEANS $12,000,000 TORNADO
The ollvo branch wan extended
Friday night In tho bonding nnd re
call controversy, At a meeting of tho
business uion, property owners, nnd
city council at tho city hull. Disap
proval of tho recall of the four coiin-
cllnicn who voted against giving tho
Mfrtynnkl schcnio full sway on tho
ballot was general. Tho net result
of tho meeting was that Hcrt Audcr
aon was made chairman of n commit
tee of five, which ho will appoint,
t omnko changes In the Miles' bond
ing plan, nnd report, at once, nnd It
la highly proliahlo tho HI advised re
rail petitions will bo recalled. Tho
nnntlmnnt against them Is strong,
oven among tho majority of those
who signed tho petition asking for a
ftpcclnl election for tho Modynski
The meeting was addressed by At
torney W, I. Vawtor and Judjro W,
H. Crowcll. Attorney Vawter hold
that tho indebtedness wan a probloin
jiot to he contused by small town poll
ties, and that It wan time' It forget
acts that would react to tho detri
ment of the city. IJo held hat the
recalls were unnecessary and ill-advised.
It Is probablo that Home action
will bo taken today to complete tlm
compromise upon this fenturo of tho
It Is planned that tho 'Miles' prop
osition bo 'ovlHfd so that tho city will
a nun mo 40 per cent of the paving In-
jlohtcdnefH, and the property owners
00 per cent. This will wipe nwny
any hint of class discrimination nn
the Miles plan first niiKKCstod, nnd In
advanced n tho most equitable of
the two plans. In its remodeled
shape, It will bo placed upon tho bal
lot with the Mcdynskl schenio, nnd
ton pooplo choose botwoon tho two nt
Tho mooting had tho effect of unit
ing tiio two factions for tho good of
the city, and a spirit of peaco was
fcliowri on l.pt'i sides. Another meet
ing will bo held next week when fur
ther details of tho compromlso will bo
Will II. Wilson htnlert that tlio re
port that lie in circulating n recall
petition in erroneous, mid Hint lie linn
liiii) nothing to do with it.
A. C. Alirnnm is oheulalintr the re
cull petitions iisalust Couneihuen
Miles nnd Ilnruienve, It. I Little Hint
ngninhl ruuiieiliniin Mnnn and .1. I'.
(looilhuo that ngniuM (.'nunciliiiiiu
The l'areiit-Tenelierh' ehvlo of tho
Washington school met Fririnv- lifter
noon with n good nttemlnnce. MrH.
II. 1'. Tucker was uhiiinunn. After
(he busmen period nit interesting
liroirrmn was injoyi. Jliss rnroline
I'liul tendered eiy plaMtiiflv a jtinno
holo. The disiMissioit followed, sub
ject, "Co-opcmtlou Uctwrcn Home
nnd School." Tho tonehers respond
I'd first with many helpful miggvit
timis. They nhked rhpoeinlly Hint Hip
parents visit tho (trade nnd bee the
work (hat i lieiiiR done. Tliey nn
iilwnys welcome nml their visit will
riieouMRO tho jjiipilH. If you hmo
nny fresh blooming plant. thev will
be gladly neecptrd nnd they will help
wonderfully in clieuring up the rooms,
giwng them mom tho appearauee of
liumo. It wiih Miggosleil thnt ipes
mid plants ho planted mound the
I'Iuiim were mndo to puicliiiM them.
If any of the parents have any
roho roots thv would like to donate
J or this purpo.so they will ho Rludlj
tiecepted. All of tho parents present
were interested in the diseuskiou nnd
bhowed n keep defciio to co-oMiruti
with the teneheis in any way that
will be helpful in making this n ban
ner year iu school woik. The pro
rtriuu closed at 110 after a most
A large delegation of the ladle
from tho Methodist Kplnconul church
attended tho mooting of tho AVomau'a
Home Missionary society Ju Ashland
Krlday evening. Six national women
were present and gavo most Inspiring
talks on tho work that U being dono
b) tho organization. Thoso present
wero Mrs. Wilbur V, Thlrklold, lia
tlonal president; Mrs. I). I) ThomP'
hon, corrcspoudlug Hccretary; Mrs V
11. Uodkln, vlco president and one of
tho three field secretaries, Miss Car
rlo Hargo who is in charge of, tho
Francos Wol'auw pchool in Los Au
geles, California, Mrs K I,. Miller
qf Pasadona, a bureau secretary, and
Irs. Campbell, who Is In charge of
tbo Marcey Home in Chicago. Tho
following Jadles from Medford at
tended the mooting, Mesdamos James
Campbell, O. JJ. Osborne, Klliubeth
2r, Splefc'Ie, McNury, Siuylle, Clur-
eee Meker, J. H, Carkln, Munson,
Aaderwii, Waltcnnlro, Mooro nnd
Above Js seen Uio ivrvck of a feny
limt, I wt rue nnd kosoIIuo ,ol,t nt 'ho
TiiKucr laiuliiiK in tho Ml.s.lvslpil
rlvor. Ik'low is n mxiiu iiInniiiI flie
sleauioi' Aluilniulo aflcr sho luul
wwitli(nl n liiO-inllo liui'iienuo in
the ('nrll)lH'iin wn. l-'io Imticli-c! iipc
Iwllcvwl to have lost tliclr lives in
the Itoplrnl stonu nnd tlio extent of
tho (biinnce wniuKlit is esllnmtel nt
OtvliiK to wreekctl rnllnmds and in
(emipted innil, no nUeipiato plctunts
of the (InmnKed tllstrlrts Imvo kiiiio
Hii-oiikIi leforo these.
ALASKA DOGS FOR
8BATTM-:, Oct. J. Ouu hundred
and six doys, Including aovou fioiu
racing team, arrived from Xomo to
day on tho steamship Honator, on tho
way to Franco for Alpine sorvlro in
the wnr. Tho doga woro accompan
ied by Lieutenant Ilasu of the French
firmi nml A A .fllnn ti.il.wl hI.i.i.
of ilni-H. Tlio iliiL'R mill ninn vi-lll .In. FOOlliall RCSllllS
i.nrt ti.nlol.t fnr nn..l. wl.r All,.,. I' ll', 1". I'llUoPhity of Pellll-
u-lll l.mvn I.U i.l,n..,.u nfl.,.. .,,...! ... ! H'l Ullill .'1.
them aboard whip. nilvrlt) of Pittshun; 17, Navy
to a neighherins: rood wiih shown, tho
evidence of the tntc tending to show
Hint the nreused had been the nu
jressor. Pirti'lii'iillv nil of tho wit
M'nsc eulled me Indinns. The de
leiiso will attempt to show self-do
fense. The enso will he completed
The murder trinl is not hrilitenod
I iv an seiisnliounl feutures nnd is
"dry." I)osiito tliiw, the iiourtrooin
wok eonifoitiihlv filled with the tunc
liidly curious. ,lnn Himvn, the de
fendant, mauifesth hut a passing in-terei-t
in the trial.
Tho Henator also brought f BOO.000
In gold bullion from thu Nonio pluuor
CANAL COMPANV READY
(Continued Irom pngo 0110)
f-iiffieienl to pislil'v mn m s euied.
"The compau.x 'i'"perl tit Itouue-
JiiikIs is to lie intensively tanned and
stock rnisini; to he followed in n
large way. All the Meflrt' not in
oultivntion will he fenced fop pastur
age. We lire levcliiiir it liuyo tnn-t i
for iiripitiini mid eneh year will cc
more ol it niuler -iilliiilinii not in
sell, but fop use. I'ornuc ciiipi. will
he raised and the eutiie seeliou developed.''
(Continued from Paso Ono.)
Princeton .1, Syracuse 0.
llurVi'ird l!U. I'nrliiilo 7.
Vale 7, Lehigh fi. '
Vxm 0, Ohio State 1 1,
t'hienjjo 7, Xoithwestoin 0.
Amherst 7, III own 0,
Western ltosire 'J I, Kenyon 0.
A nn v L'2, tlett.shui-p (),
Coiuell 1(1. Williams ll.
L'mveuMty of Michigan lift, Mount
Wi-etisln $$, .Mtirnuette 0.
Nehroilm ill. Kansas Ag;io 0.
Pel duo 510, ltuloit 0.
Avyie. "L Alum PJ.
Many failures In huHtmiMs fall tie
oause the) had n poor boss when they
Htai ted to work for ilionuolves.
KL PASO, Tex., Oct. 0.- The man.
ujHTs of the closed Inines in the Clif
to1-Morenei Metcnlf district of Ari
zona in their replies to Governor
IIuiiI'h proposnls for a eoiiferenee to
attempt to reach a settlement, miide
public hero todny, iiceuse the over
uor of liinkinj,' "inflammatory
speeches" and of "openly encoura
iur; affiliation with the lenders of tlio
Western Federation of .Miners."
Tho mini) operators express a wil
lingness to "enter Into arrangements
for resumption of operations" on con
dition Hint "the atmosphuro must ho
entirely clnrlfled of tho dominating
Influence of tlio Western Federation
of Miners, under whatever nnmo, title
or dlHgulso it may take on."
SERBIANS REPEL GERMANS
(Continued from page one)
of communications iu tho Vcnizclos
cabinet, M. Diamuutides, iu f lectin.'
the railways from Austro-deriiinn
(iei-iiuiu Transput Sunk
Itiiosin has- mnde official unnoiiucc
uieut of the sinking of n (lenmiii
tmiiNport by a llntixh Niibmariue iu
Thu Dvinsk front "till claims reat
uttciitiou iu the eastern flitting zone.
Tlio liormuns mo now luuncliinn an
attempt to take the city from the
north, and their onslaught exceeds iu
violence Hie picMous attacks from
Hie wtst nml south. A dopciMlc ue
lion hns been fought ten miles north
of Dvinsk ami the Hussions admit
loss of part of their trenches liom
Dvinsk to the I.ida-.Mulodecliuo rail
road local successes mo ehiuncd I
(iciinan nitilleiv lire eon tin lies
a'oug the whole ot the wcMeni front,
being directed with particular io
leuce against Iu.s
FULL OF WATER
SKATTLI3, Oct. 9. The Alaska
Steamship company's iron stcnmshlp
Marlposn, which went ashore on
Pointer Island, D. C, Friday morn
ing, Is resting on tho beach with her
forward hole and engine room full
of water. Tho 79 pafifengors wore
tal.cn off yesterday hy the steamship
Despatch and conveyed to Ketchikan,
Alaska. The steamship Admiral
Kvnns which left Seattle last night,
will call at Ketchikan for tho pas
ucngcra.nnd take them to their des
tination. The Canadian wrecking steamer
Sal"or will reach (he Mariposa's side
tonight. A survey will bo mndo ho
fore attempts arc made to hhvo tho
uoat. Tho steamer struck on a rocky
shore. If I He waygoing at full apeed
ncr whole l-oUoiu may havo been
icrnpcd off, Iu which caso the boat
must he abnri.liiied. If she was mov
ing slow or ni'tleriilo speed tho Mari
posa may he patched and hauled off.
It In expected Hint most of tho cargo
will bo saved. Tho mall and express
v-'ero not Inl.ired.
t (Z Caution
THE FOOD-DRINK FOR ALL AGES
TAKE A PACKAGE HOME
S-NO SUBSTITUTE IS "JUST AS GOOD"
WASHINGTON-, Oct. 0. Alherto
Onrrn Dranudos, ininistcr of the in
teiior in the Ilueitn cnbinet, was ex
ecuted today iu Mexico City, neeord
i.i(. to state department advices,
charged with complicity in the killing
of President MnderO.
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You can have an impromp
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ran be arranged
Knmoii Morn lex vvn indicted for
tho alleucd tliclt of a lurc, hriilie
and saddle fiom nn Indian living i.i
the Klamatli iforvaliou.
Tho grand jury icHiimed iU sci.iuii V
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Itnivwi .Murder Tilal
The defense in tho e-.c nf Ju
Drown, on tiiul for the minder ot
HiigeiHt Unaes, railed its int wit
ness nt the hPKiiiiuni; ot Hie alter
iipon seosion, the -Irlc clouivr its
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