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MEPFORD MATL TRTBUNE, MEDFORD. OREflON, FltTDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1915
MAY LI FAY
SEEK CAUSE OF
NKW YOHK, Oft. 2H. Reciel set--
A ice men niued to the mim."'I1?
Itohcrt Fay, the confessed bomb plot
ter, nml four clhrtts charged with
conspiracy lit planum! to disable
ships laden wi'lli war munitions for
the nllio, workedqn a report today
that the bombs u-cd by fay were iin.
ihir to those which had caused fires
on certain liuiW-AtlQiitic thiph last
, As late as last month small fires
Were, reported on ships loaded with
sugar. In one. instance n sugar ship
on iU nrrivnl in a European port ie-
loi trd Jhnt two bomb1-- discovered on
bo.nd vihilo the vcshcI was nt c, had
failed to explode,
,.!pecrct son ice men said the fires
on the ships were caused by chlorate
of potash, the same mntctinl which
Fay says he ncd in preparing bombs
to attach to hips' rudders and pro
pclleis, and that several of the ship
which discovered fires nhoatd had
sailfd from pier, in the Hudson river
not far fioin the bouihouse at Wee
linvvkvn, N. J., where Fay, with Wal
ter h S'hol. his brother-in-law, kept
n poneit'ul motorboat, together with
JMUnODV, Mass., Oct. 2H.- In tin
cavity within the blackened buck
hell which vesterday morning was
St JoIiii'h Parochial school, men
searched toi'av foi evidence as to the
cause of the file which cost the liven
of Jwciity-one pirls. The ruins also
were examined cnrefully for nunc vic
tims. Karlv today five bodies re
mained unidentified while five girls
were reported uussdiig bv their fam
The only fact substantiated for the
cause of the firo was that the flames
oiiginnted in a .small' storeroom in
lluubnsciiient, which was locked. II
wa? known that it was customary to
place waste ner and sweepings in
wooden bands in the stoicroonw.
According to the sisters of the Order
of Xotrn Dame, who were in charge
of"Jhi school, ncthing else was there.
At one end of the room then1 was a
gas, net. ims loom wns closely e
amincd today for cvidcilco showimj
how the fire started.
Plans for u public funeral for the
little ones urn- discussed today rind
the arrangements wcie placed in the
hands of llev. Nicholas J. Murphy,
pastor of St. John'- church.
LIFESTORYOFNEXT FIRST LADY OF THE LAND
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I'i client's flaueee nml tier niotlicr! A recent plwtognvph taken vvhllo
they were in New York city with President WIImiii to puriliaso Uio Hug
for the coming vedllng.
PARIS, 0(1. 20, 2:ao p. m. -North
of the river Aisne there wus last night
veiy severe fighting with bombs and
grenades .according to the statement
given out this nftcrnoon by the French
There was nKo n bombnidment in
the tjliampagne district, in which
both sides took part.
The text of the comnuinicatioii fol fel fol
"Vcsteidav evening there wns
fighting of particular violence with
bomb and hand gienades to the north
of the liver Aisne, in the sectors of
I'uNnlcino and Queniievicres.
,5 "lo the (ihniepngne district the
inir'iiinrirnifir:" rrr irini irt "nnrii icinm.'
rtm!nr parfT proviouply repoWcd . cou-
tiuucd during the night lit the sam
locality, nainclv, near Taliuie, as well
as in the vicinity of the work called
"There is nothing to report fioin
the iciimiiidcr of th front."
LONDON, Oct. 20. Hcuter's cor
respondent in Athens learns from Ser
bian sources Hint the French operat
ing In the Strumltsa region havo oc
cupied the heights of Ynlandovo, Ha
brava and Tatar Llsofro. Thcso
heights (lomlnnto Strumltsa, which is
not expected to hold out much longer
against tho French attack.
(This Is tho fourth chapter of tho
"Llfo Story of tho Noxt First Lady
of the Lnnd" now appearing exclus
ively in tlio Dally Mall Tribune.
A second great sorrow came Into
Mrs. nail's llfo upon tho death of
hor husband In 1008. Doing a woman
of purpose, nnd ability, however, Mrs.
(alt, after tho first shock of her hus
band's death had passed, determined
to take over nud mnungo his business
This sho did ho well nnd with such
keen foresight that it wns not long
before sho bought out tho shares of
tho other two members of tho flail
Jewelry store, two brothers of Mr.
Gait. Slnco then sho has owned the
business herself, although sho has
left the management of It to 11, C.
norghclmcr, who wa somploycd by
After the death of her husband,
Mrs. Gait turned more and moro to
Sho loves to travel, but not In tho
Htorcotvpcd tourist fashion. When
alio goes on n Jaunt sho maps her own
routes and attends to nil dctnlls her
self. In nil sho hns m nil e nlno trips
Just beforo tho stnrt of tho war
Mrs. Gait and her ward, Miss Allco
Gertrude Gordon, returned from n
tour of tho highways nud byways of
Miss Gordon, daughter of tho lato
Gen. Gordon, Is almost tho constant
companion of Mrs. Gait, who, called
to tho bedside of the dying general,
"promised to watch over Gertrude."
(Chnptcr 5 tho final Instalment
of the "Llfo Story of tho Noxt
First Lady of tho Lnnd," will appear
In tho Mall Trlbuno tomorrow.)
It Is announced that construction
will begin at once nn a mandnrd
gauge railroad from Cnrnes station
G miles uoutht of ltosoburg to tho big
quarries of tho Portland Cement Co.
Intellectual pursuits nnd to traveling, on Hoberts creok.
PUKING, Oct. 20. The Uusalan
minister, M. Krupcnskt, tho itrltlsh
minister, Sir John Newell Jordnti
nnd Chnrgn Obntn of tho Japanese
legation consulted Foreign Minister
Lu Chcng-Hslng yestorday at tho for
eign office concerning tho poslblo re
suits of China's chnngo to n mon
nrchtnl form of government.
Chnrgo Obata Inquired whether
President Yuan Shi Knl was confi
dent that ho could re-establish tho
monarchy without untoward results
affecting tho general pence In the Far
Hast. Ho mndo a friendly suggestion
on behalf of Japan that tho chnngo
bo dolavcd for somo tlmo nt least.
Ho disclaimed any desire on tho part
of Jnpnn to lnterfero with Chinese
Internal affairs, but urged that with
Uuropn cngagod In a deadly strugglo
Chlnn's welfare as well ns that of tho
ontlro world wns dependent upon tho
prevention of furthor International
THE VALUE OF TRUTH
Truth in business is just ns important
as truth in cvcry-tlay life; truth creates
confidence, establishes good-will and
builds a reliability that will not be
wrecked by the storms of competition.
Through three generations people
have learned to place reliance on the
advertised words of Scott's Kmulblon,
because they arc untarnished, uncx
aggcratcd truisms about a household
remedy of real and actual worth.
The popularity of Scott's Emulsion
is increasing as intelligence advances,
because in these days of adulterations
It continue to guarantee pure cod Ilvcr oil
medicinally perfected with gl)cerinenml
hypophosnhites to build strength, im-
Frove the blood nnd strengthen the lungs,
t is free from alcohol or opiates a w hole
some food.tonic, truthfully ndverthed.
Scott & Dovrne. lUoomficM, N. J. 15-20
FRENCH PRIEST TOO
FIERY IN PULPIT
nitUNOIIIjti, Fiance, Ot. 2l, via
Paii, f);.'ll) a. in.- Abbe Charvct, a
parish piiost at Mont.thcu, in the de
partment of 7ie, has been put to trial
a) court martial charged with pleach
ing u sermon likely Jo have a had of-
tcct upon public opinion and with c
eoiniiiuuii'nting persons who gave evi
dence when his case waffbefote nn
DELINQUENT TAX IN
JACKSON SHOWS GAINS
A statement fallowing that of tho
totnl or 7S0,31G.:U duo on tho 1911
tax roll of Jackson county there has
been collected upon Oct. 1st $ G 1 C ,
1IG.C2, leaving a balance of f 1 73,
1G0 GO delinquent was Issued today
by Deputy Tax Collector G. It. Har
per. , Included lu this delinquency Is
$nn,7G0.27 duo from tho Southern
Pacific company on their congres
The pcrccntnge of delinquent tnx Is
tljus. 121.9 per cent, no compared
with 19 8 per cent for 1913, which
delinquency also Included 171,007,95
duo on congressional lands of S. C
Co. for that year. Tho date of de
linquency this j ear was Oct. 1st.
This ear's second halt paments
amounted to S22G.919.10 of which
more than 1117,000 came in during
the last week prior to Oct. 1st.
THE GOLDEN RULE
;:: Where You Get the Most and Best for your Money
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jluu may P'vjr niuiu ix juuiirwu, uun 11 yvu inuuy yvauo iu biuiiuiitii; juu 11 uuiu uui u liiou. u mu ju i uai- A
& tton to give you your fall and winter goods as cheap as any concern in the country. Como in and soo the
X goods, examine them and compare the prices with what you have been.paying. These are not hot air or sale l
& prices, just everyday bargains prices at which you can buy these goods for the season. Jt4
REMARKABLE SUITS in the height of the season s styles, j
at an-end-of-the-season prices .... $9.90 $14.45 $16.50 $18.50 $
The season's bot selling styles and only one of a kind. Fur (rim nied modcN, plain tailored nud braid trimmed effects.
Our Conts comprise all tlie new fnbiics including corduntys, plushes
'ind fnncv mi-.tuivs, and all ni "conoinically priced at $G.75, $9.75,
$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18 50.
New stylo-, new coloiings, new patterns. Our Suits piiccd at $10.00
to $15.00 aie 1 1 ill v out of the ordinniy values.
Kuppenheimer Suits are now priced at $16.50 to $19.80
Men'-. Overcoats, a eood ndection of pattern and styles, $10.00,
$11.39, $12.50 to $16.50
Little Ilo.vV Oveu'oaU, $3.00, $3 50 to $4.75.
We are hcadquailerh for Hoys' Clothing and nic oftoiing some spe.
cial nuinliei-. of suits with two paiis of pants at $3.25, $4.15,
All-Woo'l uiuc'sci-go Koifolk Knits at $4.00 to $5.00.
y Specials For Men
Notice to City Subscribers
After Xov ember 1 nil neeounth for
paper must he paid beforo 'Jfdh of
month or paper will be stopped. Col
lector will not make more! than two
call. Collections will be made at
place of delivery, unle. arrange
month arc made otherwuo.
ATTIKVTIOX A. K. A. A. M.
Spoclal convocation Medford
lodgo No. 10S, Friday even-
Oct. :9tN, at 8 o'olook
p. ni. Work n K. C, degree. All
Masons cordially invited
A. N. ltlLUL'DUAND, Sec,
A special lot of Men' Hats in all colore and shaped, $UiQ to $:t,0(l
values, to close
Men's Hlastie Cotton Hihhcd Union Suits....
lleav.v Cotton Kibbcd Sliiils and l)iawci,
Fine Hibbcd Woistcd Union Suitx .........
A d'ood Heavy Woik Sliiit, the r)0c kind
K. & W. Dioss Shirt", the t1.-" kind ,
Outing Flannel Night Shirt
Larse si7e lied or I line Htiudkerehiefti, eaeb
Ulack Socks . -.- .J..
Fine Ui oss Socks ..,
Cotton Swcatcis . . . ..
All-Wool Sweater . . . .
All Felt House Slippcis- - .
- . 48c
- .. 9c
'J for 25c
$3.60 nud $4.00
Men's Calfhki'i, button oi Inee
Ilarr.v Shoes for men stand above all .. . ......
IVter' Jl-uicli top All for Wear, ohrenu: iialf...
The Mime hoo villi fj-ipch top and pocket counter
12-iueli top, boht veal htock . .... .. $6 50
Kl-ineli top best veal utock . $7.50
l.adien' patent, button, matt t'', Cuban heel ... $2.75
Patent, button, cloth top, low heel, for growim; irU $3.00
Ladis' Felt Siippern, fur or libbou tnuimcd.. . $1.00 and $1.25
Solid Leather (inn ATotal, buttrn, low hcul $2.50
Cluldren'b Ouu Metal, button School Shootr
Mi. to 8 . - $1.13
8 to 11 - $1.35
il'-ito'J . ..... .r... . , .. ...... $1.65 and $1.95
Dry Goods Specials
V'c aie o-itiely selling tlie liot Outtiiur Fhiuiiel at tlio piicu in tho
countrv, get n sample if you will and ooiupuiu it. Our piii'o in Sc
Dcvou-hirc Cloth, one of tlu but cotton wash tubiiua on the muikct,
ruaranteed last color . .. r,,., ,,,,. . 17c
Nursery Cioth and Kindcrgiirtin Cloth'--:'S-inch
I'cicale - . .. ..,
h-1 IVcachid Shuutmsc 'i, j.
! 4 Hlcpched Sheeting
Hope Mii-hn, bleached
Fn.it of the Loom Muslin, Munched
Silk Thread ,..
Cotton Thread . ..
Hooks and lives .......... .
Mercencd Crochet Cotton
Ilox Akoited liaiipjns .,..
fJood I'aurl Hutton& . .
Fine I'earl Iluttons ... -.
Oood Tooth Jlnihhoa' .. .
Hfi.Hil I H
Large htdtle Feniihlu . . ..-
I'ound can Tuleuin ' ... .
Air Jloat TmIcmiii . - . .
Coluiite'i. Tub urn .... . -
i'ound purl.K-;e Writing I'apcr - - -
We have arranged all of the Hats we have left in two lots, one lot we will stll for $2 rach nnd the other lot for $1.50 each.
Itcauliful ikaeon Ikth Kobe IllaukuU, with curd and luup to mutch,
lor ,. $3.00
l'caioii Hath Kobe rlanuel. tuo-faued, per iil 390
. - for 5c
.-'J for 5c
-. . 4c
1! fr 5c
.-. . 5c
C. W. WHITTLOCK & SON, MEDFORD i
Catarrh a Blood Disease
S. S. S. Drives It From Your System
Bccnuse Catarrh affects the noie
and throat, causluR eorea In the nos
trils, atoppago of ntr-paBanffefl nud
gathcrtnic In the throat, It has been
common practlco to treat Catarrh by
lotlonn, washes and apraya applied to
these parts. This niodo oC treatment
la entirely wrong. It cannot give per
manent relief, and It la liable to Irri
tate and aggravate tho trouble. Ca
tarrh cannot be trifled with. If al
lowed to run on It will disease tho
bronchial tubes, nettle on the lungs,
the stout neb. Indeed It la a very se
rious disease. Don't treat it locally.
The fact that It causes headachca Is
proof that It Is caused by Impure and
(Ha cased blood. The one treatment
that has proved cffcctlvo In the
treatment of Catarrh is S. S. S.,
It la the greatest blood purifier and
blood tonic known. It rolleTca the
cause of Catarrh by the process of re
nourlshlng tho blood, renewing Its
strength and vigor, giving new life to
the red blood corpuscles and stimulat
ing the flow so that It has the Tltallty
to throw oft tho poison and germs
from the system. It Is literally a
Mood bath. You quickly feel results.
Headaches disappear, the gathering In
the throat stops, tho nostrils heal
beforo yon hardly realize It you are
well. S. S. S. Is a natural blood tonic
and has proven effective In tho treat
ment of all blood affections. Eczema,
tetters, rash, Scrofula. Oct S. S. S.
nt your druggist's. If you need spe
cial advlco write the S. S. S. Co., At
We have everything you want for the Hallowe'en party, in
cluding Pumpkins for the Jack o' Lanterns
THINGS THAT HELP
make lntMils more toothaomc,
that give zest to plainer
foods That's tho kind of
fancy groceries wo offer. Tlio
best in quality, tho lowest in
price for articles of similar
grade. Try our olive oil,
mustard, vinegar and other
relishes. They are first-class.
Marshf & Bennett
Second door oast of the First National Hank. Phone 252
The Independent Market
PULL LINE OP FRESH AND CURED MEATS
"Hriskol of Beef, lb . 8c
Plate, lb ."Kb
Pot Roasts, lb , 12c to 15c
Prime TJib Roasts, lb , 15c
Sijciikler Steak, lb ,.l5c
Round feteak, ll ,..v 16c
Sirloin Steak, lb :...;&.r. 17c
r T-Bonc SlciCK. ll.r. 20c
Hamburger "Stoalr. ilb. . . 13c
Pork Steak, lb. ,.riyTlrs)y cow.
Pork Hoasts and Chop "' ' 101
Pure Pork Sausage, lbjercd nuroo
1 lome-Mado MincemeiiSffi:
l'li)dctmm "'"l Surgeons'
im. V" a. oaulow "du7"kva
MAIN'S CAUI.0W Obteopathlc
phjatclnns, 41C-417 Oarnott-Corey
bldtr.. Phono ljnfij. jiw---
Ptire Tronic tendered l.ard 60c and $1.15
PRONE 27 NO."(i S. CENTRAL
Will MeetjYou At
AVith a Full 1ine of Dairy Products.
PUTT13R 01 OUR OWN MAKE, FRESH
E(.CJS, n Idv AND CREAM, C1IEKSE OF
VARIOUS KINDS and VELVET ICE
Will be served. Call and inspect our new
White Velvet Ice Cream Co.
322 EAST .UAIN. PHON13 481