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Al the sceinl election Tni-Milny in
Avolctl by initiative by the sitportris
of the Meilyimki plnn for bunding Hip
-city fur .$1,020,000 lo rotund the pnv
injf debt j the Miilynnlu plnn hum rc
jcetcil bv n mnjnriiv of 102 in n total
vote of M Every wurd in the city
1efciiteil the measure. A fair vote
wim jKillcd for n special election,
.about two-thirds of tho city'H vote
Tho voto by ward upon tho Me
tlynski scheme, was ns follewH:
No ...... 2 2 D
flflDFORD A&JL TRTBUNTC, fEDFORD, OREGON, "W
A PLEA TH AT FAILED!
I3DNKSDAY. XOVRMDKR 10, 1915
tntmrn mt mmmt
f Tojnl voto ,
You I .'. -.....,
No ....... .....
Total V9to , .'..'...., 607
' Mnjorlty 02,
,No .' 227
.. Totnl voto ....!...... 447
Mnjorlty 1 8.
A Tho ordlnnnro restricting tho coun
rll In the granting of pnvlriK and pro
viding nppclnl restrictions wos defeat
ed by n majority of P2. Tho voto
Mnjorlty 1 1.
Yen J li 2 4 0
Yes -. 208
No ... 230
Totnl mnjorlty 02.
SlrcnuouH work wan done ul ho
ji'ullh and'in p.'ltiii)i out the vote by Ihu
blind nilvoentcs, but the opponents
intule lltth effort.
PEACE NOT WAR
OAKliAxp, r.il., N'ov. 10 .fi-jring
thnt, the idognn "In time of pence pre
jiare for war." bo abandoned for "In
time of peace prepare for more
pence," nnd tirinpr farmers to oppose
the "preparednesh'' move, Olicr Wil
tiou of I'eorie, 111. national master of
the I'atronH of Husbandry, made a
hpirited protest apiinst any plniiH for
iiiinrincnt if hid opening address at
the nutinmil convention lu'ie.
Wilson also urged legislation for
tho protection of nuruMilturnl prod,
uuts urRiil that tho department of ng
rk'iilture distribute free leeds to far
mers aftei rieicntifiv tests, that rou
Krehsmen be not pennitted to issue
free heeds promiscuously nnd nlmi
lilted rural credit reform's women
Hill finite and prohibition, us three im.
porlnnl plunk in the 'range plntfoim.
He spoke at length on a plan for the
building nf national highway and on
THREE HUNDRED LOSE LIVES
(Continue, from I'hko One),
conn has not been used as a trans
port duriux the present war, the agent
btiid, 'ioj has tlie vessel carried nuv
inuuitlouh. She uus i Imoiitc steam
or uilli opera singer nnd niusieiaiis
coining to this count i. v. Tittiv Ituft'o,
the baritone, wns reported alumni Hie
titwiiner, but this was disentitled by
Ids brother in lueaso.
In view nf the viiikuut of Hie An
emia and the leportod activity of
(Jennau and Austrian submarines in
the Mcditerranoaii and adjacent wat
ers, consjdernble iuteicst mhs e.
)i Wised in inariue eirclex here IihIh.v
conceiniiiK threu stcamei that willed
J nun American ports nnd aic now
The Kuropn of It Voloce line nail
ed Iroin N'i'vv Yoik on October .11 and
ik duo at Naples todnv but Iiiih not
liuuii reported os aniuntf. The I'u
rop ettiried 11 W passengers, a laine
portion of them brinh ivservists.
Tie steamer rnscita, of the Lloyd.
Italian line, hiiilid fuuii beie Novom
bur 1 for (lanon with 1200 pissen
gore, neaily nil of them Iichik Itiiliau
uerHst The White Stm fctoanier
Orotic which Hilled from Mostnn for
3f(i(litornuiuii norU ou Oelobor 110.
ig due ul (librallnv twlav with lOiS
The Aneouu' ttgouU tkiHivht it al
ijyibt ucrtuin that- than wore a num
ber of p)crit-Hi on board the vowmI
vvlien fehe wnB sunk.
On the Aiumiw's.ltiil trip to Now
rb !s wl iWiiy-flvo Anai1
The fonnation of the proposed
jtoultry nHHoeiation in this district up
iiirn to bo Catherine mo;iieiitiuu no,
I lie matter ii discussed from a busi
ness standpoint. The utilitarian idea
pievnilK, but (hat doesn't iiichu that
the followers of the fancy pens will
not be interested. In fact, their in
terest and assistance arc absolutely
needed to round out tho real woik
proposed h such nu orpiuirution. It
is generally conceded by thoe who
have knowledge of tho ikhiIIcv busi
ness in tliii valley mid the facilities
ior producing the choicest stock in
tho world that Hitch an iiHsoeiatioti is
positively needed nn an educatin'
ritinnilant in Hie growth of an iiidus-
try of much importance. As the poul
try business n now developed IotC,
the local demand exceeds the supply,
both in mnrket poultry and in eggfl.
Old Association I1illc)
An association wan partially form
ed in tliis city three yearn ago. but
those who were then interested found
that too nnieh of their time wnH hti1
ed to nurse it along to maturity with
out sacrifice, so it wan permitted to'
lapse into innocuous desuetude. A
poultry show Was held, however, al
the Jackson county fair two years)
ago, at which much interest was ehc
ited. Since then the association in'
embryo has many times been discuss
ed, but no notion has been tnkeu un
til recently toward forming a new or
ganization for the punwse of encouraging-
tho tMHiltry industry by tench'-
ing those who are in position to raise
(Kiultry to renliro how easy it may be
to obtain pleasurable profit from it.
Ono objection urged by thoso who .
are not able to produce their own.
chicken feed is found, they say, in
thn well-nigh prohibitive prices fori
that commodity. That is a point On
which tho proposed association can
work with much benefit. The fact is .
Hint very littlo chicken feed i raised i
in the valley as chicken feed. The
chiukeiiH, therefore, nre left to take
the refuse of products raised for
other purposes or to pay fancy prices ,
JKft. ym If mL "
HT; 11. J 1 lilt"' '
f. FOR ;
Jliss Uoroll'v Nevvi II, prominent in Hp campaign of New York suff
ragists, pfiinted the slogan, "Votes for Women," on her back, as shown in
hr picture above, to no avail. Miss Newell, however, is aniens: thot-e who
wiM not :;ivc up tin- fiylil lor the hallo in New Yoik. and she promises
some trore onjjinal stunts to win it.
PEACE TALK ANGERS
PREMIER BRIAND CAROTHER'S SCALP
fm- rnil lliflf iu liitnl-tilil.. Tim .mril
:i f .1 c i i hi i cirarcin" iicace suggestions, h
ty of tho feed on which poultry h hum . ,i
......i.. i..!.. i.- i. . i.. ..:... ' "NMint are these peace
iikiiiii in nuusisi huh nun u 10 iu nuu
the ipuility of the poultry produced,
nnd it also very materially affects
lheitiaHtyof the egg. "The associa
tion can aid very extensively in en
couraging the production of the riuht
kind of feed in proper abundance arid
thus overcome the excessive prices
now paid for an indifferent nrtiele.
Another objection urged is found in
the transportation problem, freight
J'AIUR, Nov. 10. Aristide Hrinnd,
elnnf of the new war ministry of
France, teeeived the American news,
paper coricpondenls today uiui in
vited them to ask (iicslioiiH or make
-cipicstH rel.itive to their woik. Asked
'inn iic.'ien soiri'fitiii)is. In. sniil-
tious'f Thy mitate at the present
stage ot the war. We can think of
nothing bn to drive to complete sue
I'Cs by iirms liven to mention n
peace by compromise or concession iB
to be ur.tme to those who are giving
their lives at the lront."
At nnother time, when America was
mentioned. M. Iliiaml ileclared:
"The war Iris brought Americans
much closer to us even than thev were
. W. I PLANS FREE
before. Fremihinen annieeialc decnlv
charges being so Krcnt Hint too much .u,,. Hvinpnthv and good will of your
of the profit is thus expended. That (countrymen."
matter, (no. imiv lie linrriiil in imnmi
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adjustment by an association the bus. i
inesH of which is to assist in milking1
the poultry industry pay in all its do.
partmentH. ltcside, tliere is pros-'
peel that we may some day in the'
reasonably near future have moie di-1
reet trnnsportntion facihticH. to the
coast mnrketh thiiii wo now enjuv. i m'Ivam.. .miv hi. ruiy mem-
All of these embarrassments inav '"rr" ol "'" ii"isinu. vvorKers o, uu
be reduced to tho minimum bv tho iWoild arrived in Spokane todax with
niooer woik of an active mid ,..(. ,llie ennouiieeti inieniion oi paiiie.p.u
datepoultiy nssoeiiitiun. There isl'" "f "leh" tight,
everv u 1 eon..t f.ie iu mmihIu. inuinher ol the o pro m wit I on :.
lion nowand no coiicIunivc ivason,'11 I,0,l',, '"",' '"' ,,,,,, '" al1 ,,u'
whv it shouhl be postponed. Uv Hie !"P,n'',8 "' the street at a place other
tune the iM.ultrv industry shall have"11"" "'" """ ,l,c l,"ll,,t' l,l,X1' ,,,,
irrown to iti'oiuti-liiois (lint will nuiko ! itfiintct'
it important, ninny of the present em
barrassments will have disappeared.
DOUGLAS, Ariz., Nov. 10. Oon
crnl Alvnro Obrcgou chnrRes thnt
Gcnrgo C, Caiothors, spcclnl agent ot
tho American statu department, Ih
"ilniiKcroiiB to tho tranquility of tho
do facto uovorument In .Mexico," In a
telegram aunt today to General Car
The. mcHsaRo nskn Carrnnrnto tnUo
up thu mntter wlthrttJio AVaalilnKton
povernmont. C'arothnfa now Ih on
tho Sonorn border. Formerly he rop
lenented tlio state depnrtmont In ter
ritory controlled by General Villa.
NKW YOItK, Nov. 10. CoiiRrvss
nnd tho legislatures ot homo of thu
western states will lo askod by tho
Ilnllwny Development association,
now In besslon bore, to enact InwH
compelling land agents to obtain
licenses. A resolution to tnko this
net Inn to afford protection to homo
seekers, wns adopted by tho associa
tion at tho siiRgoHtton of Jolin F.
1'ov. liumlKintlon HKcnt of tho North,
em Pacific railroad, who criticised
as iiiiKcrupulnuH the motluMls of somu
laud locators In Inducing fnrmers to
settle in barren tracts In tho west.
.NKW YOItK, Nov. 10 -The un
filled tountiRo ot tho Viittcd States
Steel corporation on October .11 to
talled C.lliS, 152 tons, an Increase ot
St 7. S3 1 tons over September.
Tho tonnage Increase reported by
the l'. 8. Steel corporation todny ex
ceeded most forecasts and showed an
Increase of almost 100 per cent com
pared with the corresponding mouth
ot last veor. Not since May of 1913
has tho stent corporation had so largo
an amount ot unfilled busluoss on Its '
books. 1'nltod States Stool was the
most active feature of tlm stock mar
ket today, rising well above Its rocont
low level, despite further declines In
other Industrials and war shares.
AUSTRIA SENDS SECOND j
NOTE TO UNCLE SAM,
WASHINGTON Nov to The twxl
of the sueoud Austro-lluugartan not I
ooncwrnlin ox)orttton of war muni-1
tlons frow the Failed Stattui te the j
ullltM wss mud public (QNlght b) the
staidwartlMWl. It was relvi '
hfoT5i 4Mys n s4 cabUtl suwiaar-1
im ali4x kuive btsfN iwMtalMNt
Every Woman Should Know
Thoro nro throo ontiroly dif
foront kind3 of baking powder,
(1) Cronm of tnrtnr, dorivod
from grnpos ;
(2) Altira, n mlnornl' nold; nnd
(3) Fhosphnto of Lime.
(1) Baking Powdora mndo of
'Cronm of Tnrtnr ndd to tho food
tho snmo honlthful qualities that
exist in tho ripo grnpo3 from
which Cronm of Tnrtnr i3 dorivod.
(2) Unking Powdorn mndo of
Alum ndd to tho food somo form of
Alum or Aluminum, n honvy motal,
wholly foroign to any natural
nrticlo of food.
(3) Phosphnto of Lime is mado
from rook or by burning bonoa
which by chomical notion nro
chnngod into n whito, powderod
acid. It is usod in bnking powdori
only bocnuso it is a chenpor
A Cteam of Tartar powder nct'er contains
Alum or Phosphate.
Every housokeopor should road
tho namos of tho ingredients
printod on the label and know
what sho is using.
ROYAL BAKING POIVDER CO.
Colonel H. II. Sargent Wednesday
formally tendered his rcslKuatlon na
a member of tho city council from tho j
second ward on account of removing
to Jacksonville. He was elected in
Inn. ...' I ft 1 'I nllll lllo tl.rill nVtllmM
.I.U.UlllJ, IU..J, .ll.i. .1... ... ... w...
next January. Much rcgrot Is ox-
pressed by members of tho council
and citizens on account of tho col
onel's departure na ho hns been a
faithful and conscientious official,
Tho reglsnntlon rends as follews:
To tho Honorable Muyor and City
Council, Mcdford, Oregon.
Gentlemen: In view of tho fact that
1 havo bought a homo In Jacksonville
and will move there nt once, 1 havo
the honor to resign my offlco nu
councllmnn of the second ward of tho
city to tnko effect tomorrow, Novem
ber ltth, 1015.
II. II. SAItGKNT.
Mcdford, Nov. 10, 1915.
111.001) Till; SKAT OK DINKASK
An eminent authority on nervous
diseases has announced that tho
blood Is the scat of all dlsenso. How
Important, therefore, thnt It bo kept
In n pure, healthy condition. For
this ptirposo our local druggists, tho
Mcdford Pharmacy, guaranteo Vlnol
becauso It Is a combination of tho
three most successful tonics known,
Iron In Its most soluble form, the
nicdiclnnl extractives of fresh cod
livers, without oil, and tho nourish
ing properties of beef peptone. Can
you Imagine anything butter?
The Biggest Sale
MEDFORD HAS EVER KNOWN
Starts t WillH.
Underwear - 10c
Black and Tan Sox 5c
A lot of Furniture at Next to Nothing
BRING YOUR BASKET
AND THE CASH
We sell at prices you can af
ford to pay the cash and
carry home the goods
Best Creamery Butter, per pound, 30c
Jackson County Supply Co.
33 North Grape St.
THIS PICTURE SHOWS WHAT
WE MEAN BY STYLE
You can't point out just where the style is in a
well-cut overcoat any more than you can draw
a diagram of a man's good character.
If it's there, it's there, and you know it.
This picture shows what we mean by style;
what you want when you're looking for style.
Did you ever see a better-looking overcoat?
We believe not. We show
VARSITY SIX HUNDRED
and other stylish coats and raincoats
Overcoats made by Hart, Schaffner & Marx at $18 and up
Other Overcoats $12 and up
Tlusi' ruinous makers set renl style into their clothes bv know
ing how. They have the kind of men who know how to roally de
sign, ti) carry nut the tailoring and workmanship, to get tho insults.
Always in Earnest.
The limi.c of Hurt, s-luiffufi & !hiw elothoi.