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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPEU
PUBLISHED r.Vr.HY AtTKHNOON
JSXCUPT HUNUAV 1JV Till)
MEDKOUD PIUNTINO CO.
Offlco Mall Tribuno Ttullrilti?, 2n.27-2D
Not tli Kir atrcotj telephone 76.
The Domocrntlc Tlms, Tlio Mcdford
Mnll.Tlio Mcitrord Trliune. Tlio South
ern OrcRonnn, Tlio Aurilana Trbune.
Ono yrnr. by mal . .. . $5.00
One month, by mull SO
Per month, UMIvcrod by carrier In
Medfonl. Phoenix. Jacksonville
and Central Point . . ..,...- - .BO
Rnturday only, by mall, per jcar... !.oo
Weekly, per year 1.60
Official Paper of the City of Meilford,
Official Paper of Jnclmou County,
loitered on pcconil-clnii matter nt
Modfnrd, Oregon, under tlio net of March
Sworn Circulation for 1914, 2118.
Pull leased wire Axfioclatcd Proas din
atehen. Subscribers falling to rccolvo
papora promptly, phono Clrcu-
latlon Manager at 2GQ-II.
HONG KONG KOLUM
Muny Huns In society
iiHses nt hloiue.
Cot, Out Your I'ountalii IVn After
Dinner mill IHtpu This Out
Aii in iCiiiiRnH-jCu,l'""l""""1
Don't' lot. Iiurcl luck niuho yon giny;
Keep moving on don't top.
Tlio world turnii over onco each duy,
You limy yet bo on top.
Among tlio saloonkuoncra affected
by tlio dry Sunday law In Chicago In
Alexander Dryburg.- Chicago Tri
bune. "Dlnkly salary 75,000," headlines
tlio Journal of Commerco, referring
to tlio now iitoul corporation head.
Tlivy IIojhmI Ko
"Why did nobody cry In tho lnt
death hcoiio "
"IlocniiHo they know tho nctor
wasn't really dcid."
Stella's llui-galn Counter
C'rookednoHH doeRu't find koiiio peo
ple out until they find thomsolvcB nil
Tin) guy with "winning wnyrf' run
find a heup different wayu of win
nliiR. Kino lVuougli
v Wliluli nun of tho (eu () in tint it (1
iiieutn did Adam break when lio j t
tho npplo?" usked tho riundny mcIiooI
"Iln didn't break any," replied tho
hiiiiiII boy, "becauKo there watiu't any
Nuhiiiuiliio Sltl mill the .Alcriuulil
(Continued (rum yoHtorday)
(Cop)rlKlit by N. K. A.)
Mitt tho uieriiiald JuhI kuvo lilui the
once over twice,
Kuillod a watery Niulle, and was gone
In n trice!
Lined uIoiik b) her urn I In, Sid iIIhcov-
ornd her houin,
Which wiw built from inns Unhides
a ml polrlflwl fount.
lie knocked at tho dwir. He wmk
waiting, wheu awtob'
lie wan fuNt In tho ttriuti of u IiIk
Hid Uluked, anil butaltuiod the fish
W'Ull llU lUUHMl.
And holloicd, "Unhand mo, you
wretch, If you iiiunitul"
At tkv miuuU, tho fnlr mlatrtMW of
Unshod to thi Hluliwi ud howed
hair iiir face;
Shu UItll ioud to kr 4vUfUk
And nhnuUd. ' Do't hug tM poor
4l too hunt'"
Thtt udnilpttl. trMd frctB Ike cImiobm
Jlade a dunk for bla Htruftr ail out
He busied till) Mliidow od 4Ita4
right on tkroHKti.
IJut tho niariiMld had vujilihod
(Tit be miniums!)
TIIIO Hearst ifptrs, which liavo hocii conducting a cain
)aign against tho allies' American war loan adver
tise their saffron-hnod virtue in printing the loan an
nouncements as follews:
"Tho ISxnmlner" disapproves of n loan to prolonp; tho war In Huropo
and Ir uiiwDIIiik to accept any money for udvertlnlng such u loan.
"Tho Kxamlner" doen not, however, feel nt liberty to deprive Its rendors
of tho RtntemcntB of tho proponents of tho American war loan, whether In
nowfl text or In ndvortlHliiK. "The examiner," tliorofor'c, prlntn today the
udvertlRemcnt of the loan, but will contribute all the money paid therefor
to the lted CrosR, In tho hope of relieving some of tho Buffering and Injury
which a war loan wilt Inevitably cause.
Hearst is a loud advocate for that brand of neutrality
proscribed for the United States by the kaiser through hia
envovs and in extremely active in carrying out the propa
ganda which the captured archives of the embassy show
is being financed by the (Jerman government. He would
viojate all precedent by stopping tho shipment of muni
tions and supplies from a neutral nation, so that a military
nation, prepared through long and systematic effort for
tho conquest of unprepared nations, could complete its
program of plunder. Ho would have peace with a tri
umphant Germany dictating to a prostrate Europe, and
his religious editors aro busy trying to enlist the churches
in the holy crusade against war.
Ju the portfolio captured from the German embassy,
besides the details of tut) plot to create strikes and indus
trial disturbances in the United States, plans to manufac
ture sentiment to stop the
schemes to subsidize tho press, wore suggestions of creat
ing a press association to supply newspapers with news
colored to suit the situation.
(Jan there bo, any connection between this German sub
sidized press association and the Hearst "International
News Service," which since the war began has extended
its leased wires throughout tho country and is serving
papers at loss than cc-stY Who is paying the losses?
Surely not Hearst, who always venally figures for a profit.
The last issue of Harpers Weekly contains an article
by II. D. AVhooler, entitled, "At the Front With Willie
Hearst," which exposes the methods of this news service,
showing its "80 correspondents of world-wide fame," its
"Herbert Temple," " Frederick Werner," "Hrixton 1).
Allaire," ".John C. Foster," "Franklin P. "Merrick" and
countless other names appearing as "staff correspond
ents" at European capitals and along the war front, do
not exist, and aro mythical creations of Hearst's yellow
imagination. Says Harpers "Weekly:
Tho naiiR'H aro fnkeR and tho fake runs through thu list of others which
I learnt has uhciI to deceive readers and clients Into believing that they were
receiving material from llvo corrcRpondcnta actually on thu ground.
Numerous instances of fake news aro given, all of which
shows thibt the International News Service thoroughly re
flects (he character of Hearst.
Hut who pays the telegraph tos .'
DEWED BY FIRE
(dulil llili K'mvk.)
Quaintcf t niid mobt pintutobquc o
eoiuity (IwelJingK iu (lie (lolil Hill ilin
triet, jiattenieil nfer rutly Kuglibli
hIiIio seats, tlio lenlilemto o' II. A.
KiiHlgu ut Sleepy Hollow runeli was
totally duolroycd by fire early Sun
While ul lueakfiiht uiemherM of the
household remiukeil the eiaekling
nniho h nit adjoining room, Mr. liu
Higu lelt liis muffins to investigate
utid the opened door iliseloseil (ho
fiereely bliuing lire, ulreaily heyonil
In au effmt In -ao u trunk,
through a narrow dooiway, Mr. Ku
sign'H inother sustained a severe in
juiy to her right liaiul, the flesh of
one tumor being mangled mut stripped
in the jam hot ween trunk nid door
eartiug. The tunning homo wis do-
vol Icil hy her sen in hU solieitude
lot Mri. F.nsign'H iniury, and tliey
immeiliateU ilrue to (lolil Hill, where
the injuietl ineiulier was ilioi-oil liy a
plijuieinn. Mis. Uiihihu i now (ho
yueNt ot her daughter, Mr. I'elouse,
of Kagle I'oint,
The hie uhieli heielt Sleepv Hol
low's ueieH ot their piett heiujiiuiir-
teii. is lielioeil to Imve originated iu
a dofeeliw Hue, altlmuKh theie i-. ,M'1 h other sultnige Icadei-.
iosihiitv that delHatie wmnj ma
lmo been the cause.
No intoniiiition has been icn of
I ho amount ot iniiiuiico oarnod, luu
hoth liuildiuti and cnuteuto were ul
teil iIc-IiomhI. t i umlet'.tooil llui'
Mi Ku-iuii inteiuN to rchiiild wilh'ut
I "hull tunc.
FOR ALLIED VICTORY
I'AKIS Oct ti. Karneut hop tor
th kU(e of tile Milieu wu xprM
wl b fonuei l'rtuilvr Veulilo of
UffMKU.. when nuked h the AU
errMiondtnt ot lk Mttin to 4iHWt
hte Rlaton of the refusal of tit
(J reek goverumeut tit wud au wmj
to lit Mltiic of SrrbU
j "It w braHto I forHH thw now
j KovvmiHMi woulrt tKt thU mtHude
tlMU I o IW sieu i aia iu tw
ekumlMr om tho isih 1 huve hoU
laf Ui add to it, out noe Iibumi wore
aititNilly tkaii I It a oarly aHi d
totvo mimoiw tar U a)o. I a
worj HeonU' mhIucmI ttnlur ta I
m&mtiM ul Iftalr flol lrtKnih "
InDDFORD MATE. TRTBUNTC,
shipment of supplies, and
llOHTOX, Oel. 10. Advooate of
tho woman .suffrage mueiuimeiit to he
voted on in MuHgnohiiHetts iu No
vember were ustlr earlv today with
preparalioiiH Cor u "vietory' parade
thiH tifluntooii, in which it wan ox
peeted 10,000 niuruhorx would lie iu
line. Thirty bands were engaged,
and faeiug Itostou Coiiimou there hud
been eiooted u leviewiug stand to he
occupied hy Miss Alice Stone lllaek-
well, president ol' the MassachusetU
Sut'i'rago ussoeiatiou, and others
prominently identified with the cause.
Tho program, preceding u gieat
mass meeting, included a loueu at
the state house liv (loveiuor Walsh
and presentation h Miss U'l'ti Keller
to the gotcruoi of a Idler written li
Miss Keller cnmiueiidiug him lor his
stand on Mift'rago.
i .. .. ..I
IMTTSIIUIKI, Oct. Iti. - More lliati
AOllO women Hiipporters of the siitf
ragc amenilnient, which will he voted
on iu Pennsylvania uet nionth, ueie
expeclcd to participate iu a imradc
heie this alteiiuiou. Headed liv Mrs.
Frank M. Itooeing, piesnlent of the
I'ciiiisvluiuiu Woman SuffriiKC patty,
and Mi llauuah J, 1'nttorson,
eluiiruuin. the paiade will he rowou
10 HAVE RESIGNED
LONDON, Oct Id Notwithstand
ing the recent denial of Sir KM ward
Canton, the iittorno genur.tl, that he
had roalguod, the uMertlou Is made
U the parliamentary an respondent
ot the l)atl News thut he ban given
up hi office AnuouuceuiHnt to this
effect U wtthhvld b the government,
the correspondent saa, Iiochiisu of IU
Iiohh that In th lutorquu of unity he
tuny b pctbuudotl to wlthdntw his
rttttlgnaUon, the iwsui for whleh, it
U Mid. ins uot liwn Hrtd.
A fair l'roK.ltliiii
Th wuRutacturors of Merltol
KhMttitttlHM l'owdrs have so much
eenftdenee In thl preparation thut
th uthorts us to ll them to you
on a pMttlte surctnt t give you
relief In all ohhom of Itaoumattam or
roWHd year wsmiD'. This U owtnln-l-
a fair )trakltloH- L its hhow
thmu to yuit. I'rl Sc. $i.S 0. lit
oniw Affiw)-, lisvkln's Qruj Slur.
M13DF0RD, OREOOX, SATURDAY, OrTOBTOft 10.
PON'-f MISS THIS )(
one NOW DONX
5 L&T IT GO THROUGH
- . I .nt. rAl
Kl'(JKNK, Or., Del. lb. -The loot
Iiull eleven of the l'iiicrsit of Idaho
will meet the eleven ot the I'liiuM'sity
of Oregon heio todav iu u gmne
whielt the v.NiettH cannot liguio iu
atlvaiice. The Oregon eleven law
been rebuilt in it-, entirety since iti
di-astrous game with Washiimton
State at I'ullmaii hist Saturday.
Coach Uexdek lias a new line and
haekfield utid the stle oT play has
been radically ehungud. lieing with
out a reliable piarteibacl:, (he Ore
gon couch hits eliminated the posi
tion in play except iu pu-ing the
Idaho Inn played hut one gumo this
sciihoii, and that with Montana. That
eleven is not in (he northwest con
feieifc tun! Idaho is an unknown
qunutitv in today's stiuggle.
STOCKHOLM. Out. 1(1. - The Nor
wegiun Htcum-hip T.r, loaded with
cotton and bound Irom llcrcu, Nor'
way, for Cop-nhagcn, Denmark, was
captured toda b a (lerman warship
in the Cattegat, the ana f the
North sen hetwein Sweden and Jut
SHOWS IF LIVER OR
If Ciiws, IVwihli, .sick, lllllniiM, ;io
I'nilt ljialho at Oueo
Ever) mother lealUes, after giving
her children 'California Syrup of
Figs" that this U their Ideal laxa
tive, hoouufcc they love Its pleasant
taste and It thoroughly cleanses the
tender little stomach, (Ivor and bow
els without griping.
When cross. Irritable, feverish, or
breath Is bad, stomach hour, look ut
the tongue, Mother' If coaled, glo
a toaspooatul of tin harmless "fruit
laxative," and In a few bonis all tho
foul, constipated uusto, sour bile and
undlgeiiled food misses out of the
boweU, and you have u well pl.nful
child again. When IU little s stem I
Ih full of cold, tluo.it bore, bus btoni-j
uch ache, dlarrhowt. IndlgOKtlon, colic,
-remember, a good "tiitide cleatm-i
nig" should alu) bo the first treat- i
MlllUm of mother keep "Califor
nia Syrup of I'lgk" handy; they know
a tepoonful today uvo a Hick child
tomorrow. Ask your drugitt for n
iOtfoot bottle ot California Syrup of j
I'lgs." whleh ban directions for babies
children of all ages and growu-uia
prluiad on the bottle lldre of;
cuuntrefeita m( here, so dou t le
fooled, liei the Keuuiue, made l
"California I'lc suip Cptupatt)."
JoKn A, Perl
H S. IUUTLKTT
Phone H. 47 aad 47-JS
AubwUnr Horrte (Viuatr
(THE OTHER WiNpovV3,
WILL 06 KIPO! PLAYFUL-1
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LlTTLc cuiSLtx vwur3'.
WI5M I PIONT HAVfr SO
MUCH UWRK TO DO
IrtR lb .TniNl "TftfrM IhJ
TH6IK HARMLESS 6AHE
OF scrub. 8 (
I'OKTLANI), Oct. 10. O-wald
West says he is not u candidate for
congress or any other office. He
makes it as emphatic us language
"You can't run fat enough to give
me an office," declared the ex-governor
today iu discussing the rumors
etii rent thut he is to be brought for
ward as a candidate tor congiooh on
the democratic ticket next year.
"It doesn't scent possible to get out
of the heads ot Home people the idea
that I am a ptospeetivc candidate for
something or other. They have thu
idea and hold onto it like grim doulh.
liven people who uro tiionillv (o 'mo
su-pect that I tun looking for .some
"To nil these I wih to uiiuouiice
that thole is no (Kilitioal office 1 de
sire. Iu my public career I have
gathcteil iufonniition which eau he
used to the benefit of the public iu
such matters as irrigation and leela
mal ion, but whenever 1 wish the pub
lic to derive the benefit ot my knowl
edge I do not wnnt to he suspected
of having ulterior political motives.
No hunting or trespassing permit
ted on our lands.
QOLl) RAY REALTY CO.
B08 East Main Street
Tho Only Exclusive
in Southoru Oregon
Nogativcs ratlu any tinio oj
place by appointment
We'll do tlio real
K. D. WKSTON. Prop.
Pom ell St. at OTarrcll H
M SAN FRANCISCO
UtiiU;uaitc ri for Cahfor-
.ant irhilc mtina the Ln no-
J C -- I L.
J imp ICItlLV. 4HU ll'llliriiKC 4i&tt
i rrttaui ant win appcai to jou.
1 .. W11ZJL
No RjIsc In Rates
51,50 Per Day Up
,n q.-frftf '
MAY DELAY TRIAL
LOS ANdELLS, Oct. lb. The
sudden ilcalh last night ol Cnarlts
Kairall, chief counsel Jor M .tthew
Schmidt, may dchn tor a month the
inniilor trial of the alleged accom
plice of the McNaniara brothels in
tho dynamiting of the Times building
fie ears ago.
.Mrs. Fairall arrived from Hen
I-Vaneisco toduy and oidetcd on in
mediate autopsy upon the both ot
her husband, who died ufler an ill
ness of only forty-eight Iioihn end
whorfc symptoms wete so puzzling
that the physicians called into con
sultation yesterday, were unwilling
In assign a cause in Iho death cer
tificate. Associates- or Fairall in the defense
of Schmidt Haiti they would go into
court Monday and ask for a thirly
dny delay for the icuson that Kaiiall
had entile direction of the eae and
death came to him o quickly that.he
had no time to confide hi's plans In
anyone elc. Thomas Lee Woolwinc,
disliiel attorney, however, is oppos
ed to postponing the liial longer Hum
a week, and .liulge Willis of the su
perior court will decide whelhci
SchmidlV junior nlloincys icipiitv
more than seven days to' teadjiisl
No consultation has hecu held .vet
with reu'trd to the choice of ti law
cr to lalu Kairall's place as chief
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W -. TIIK iTlAMHNtl IIRAM. X
ycirtknowniiEnt.sarnt AlwijrtRchtt i
SOLO BV DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
I...II-.I A.k;ar lruil.(f, i
I'llUIn llrJ tnl lloM niulllcV
I im. Kilt I villi niua Kil txa. .
1 ako no olhrr. Ilur r jrnar v
IIIASIIIMI llllMI l'll.l."LI, ai
W x ;
OWHERU THE CROWDS GO
In a I pari
His HrandJNow 1 At'O Coiiiduiiicralioii
of Crazy Chaplin Comedy.
IINOIOII B I P 1
jV gi:t Hi I
H t H m
Mctlford's Lcadinn Theater
Dally Matlneo J p. in. Evonlng 7 p. m.
Cat O'.Malloy the Debonair Daredevil
Oladya lluletto (he Dainty Miss
la a Jl-Aft Keaturo
on the Berbuda
Nearly a Bride
Ham and Hud Comedy
Oil and Water
TIiIh In ono of tho notable Olograph
reliHiicH In which Hiieh actors an llon
r Walthall, I.lonol Harryinoro mid
Ulttiicbo Sweot mndo tliulr earlier
bt recti nppontnncoH. The direction Ih
b I) W. tlrlfflth.
Ailmlsslon K, 10, I,' ounta
Coiulng Viola Dana, Mon. and Tiioh.