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SATURDAY. tEPEM13ER 18,
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KING IS LOOKING
OVER THE VALLEY
DRIVE AN AUTO?
LEACH CROSS FORCES
AD WOLGAST TO QUIT
Ni;V YORK, Dec. IS. Denny
Leonard of Now York knocked out
Joo Mandot of Now Orleans In the
seventh round of a ten round match
here last night. Leonard weighed
Ad WolgaBt of Cadillac, Mich., was
unalilo to too tho mark In tho seventh
round of a ten round match with
Leach Cross of this city. Wolgast
entered tho iIhk with n patch over
one eye tho lesult of a cut received
In a recent fight. Cross took the first
two roundn anil the former rhnmplon
tho fourth anil fifth. Wolgrtit ro
eclvod a severe beating In thu Inst
round nnd was unnblo to continue.
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"iai 'I I Tl"il ffiil'ih'SlllI WMIii'l'i ' h ' I 'I iT
V. A. Webster of Arbwuth, Scot
bind, nueompnnicd by bin on, W. J.
Webster, iu visiting Medfoid durmj,' a
leisurely juunt through lliu const
eountry en route toward Los Angeles.
Mr.. Webster, who in i wpnlthy linen
inunufiteturer of Scotland, Is ulso in
terested In u number of localities in
the western regions of the "United
rHntcs. Ho is one of the owners of
tho largest individmil herd of ontth
in this country, tin- herd numherint:
70,000, nnd hnving a rniiRO in Tcn
of niiiiiv tliotimunU of acres. He iiImi
is interested in extensive ulcus of
rnnpo in Montnnn.
Mr. Webslur and on lire unn'li in
foretded in southern Oregon nnd pur
lieuhirly thnt portion of it einbuieed
within the bounds of I(ott(i Hher
vnlloy. Durinir n vinil hero of MiU'rnl
dnyH they have eolleeted niueh data
cotiecrnlnjr our hortieultunil nnd pim
tornl intenmtB, our fruit resources
and development mid our livestock
Our mineral resources nro nttrnct
iiiff cnreful inquiry fiom these islt
ors nnd they lira (rntlierinfr dntn con
cerning tho inoNt attractive minora
bclta nnd tho tronsportntion facilities
existing nnd in prospect.
Tho Henior Mr. Webster's inquiry
concerninr extensive nrcnH of ullev
Inml ndjiiecnt to good foothill nnd
mountnin rnnro for stock dins devel
oped tho fact thnt Bitch tracts hnve
in recent yonro been nubdivided until
they nro not todny what mif(ht be
termed InrRc areas of arnzliifr lnnd;
but the purchase of two or three mich
trnotH lyinp in a body rniulit bo innde
to answer tho purpose of those who
desiro to cnRnto in the livestock in
duHtry on n Inrecr hcuIo thnn horeto-
foro undertaken in southern Oregon.
Mr. Webster nnd Hon nmy remain
pcvenil duys vet.
NO HARD CIDER ALLOWED
WHEN OREGON GOES "DRY"
HALKM, Ore., Doc. 17 Twonty
district nttornoyn from various Ore
con counties met hero today In con
ference with Attorney (lenrnil (Iroreo
W, Drown to dJacuna wnyn and menus
for enforcing tho Oroson ptohlbltlon
Uw after January 1.
One of tho question) dcddml wai
that runners will not be permitted to
well hard elder. Tho farmer, It wan
held, may allow bin elder to turn to
vlnPRar nnd soil tho vluojjnr, but It
Will bo held unlawful throuBhout
Oregon fr elder to bo Hold whllo It
In botvveon tho sweet elder ntnuo uud
the vinegar utaRe.
It was the declared concensus of
opinion that prosecutions under thu
prohlhltlou law nhall bn brought only
In cases whoro thero Is Reed prospoct
of conviction, the Idea lioInK that
nunieroiiH nniulttnli would tend to
weaken tho law's effect.
It w.m decided that each phnrnin
clt employed In a driiHnloie whlrli
handles liquor ahull lie jequlred to
furnish n bond as well as tho pioprle
tor, nnd that each shall Imep a sep
arate record of aides.
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'ZzjPvSl&i MI65 LAUR.A
SIR. JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON"
"Passfntj of the Third Floor
Back," Which Sir Johnston
Forbes-Robertson Will Present
During His Farewell Visit Here,
Holds a Unique Record.
DEFENSES AT SAL0NIKI
MAY BRING OFFENSIVE
MALUM. Ort-.. Hn-. IS Twenty
threatened to o.vpidl the entente alllw
from Salonlkl, areordliiK to th Times
Iteplylng to Ureok diplomatic rep
nseutatlous whloh had iih their Htm
pri'VentliiR tho ontranco of the Aus
tro German troops Into Greece," sys
the correspondent, "tho German mltu
Iner declared thut the fortlflontlons
w'i'rh tho entente nlllM aro con
(tnutltm at Salonlkl, wen Id mwiml
Gormauy to take action to drlvo out
the allied forces.
Premier Skouloudl rajoluwl that
In no ense would Grew.e low Ilnl
gsrlan troops to sol foot un lirk
"I'liKiInu of tho Third Floor lliiek"
has now lieou played by Sir .IoIiiihIoh
ForlieH-ltolieitHon, who 1h making his
farewell tour of tho Uncllih-speiiklng
world, for eight yearn. I In Hiiecem Is
erhiips uurlvnled on the mnderii Htnu'c.
It has been praised by the clergy and
inlulMters of all denominations nuil
creed, nnd the press nnd public in gen
eral bine wnnnly weliemed It im one
of the inoht remaikablo playu of this
Tl FINE PLAYS
Jerome K. Jeroiuo In tho author of
"Passing of the Third Floor Daek."
Previous to thin play Jerome was
known only for bin lighter work, but
In his druum ho hIiouh u keen percep
tion of human character and trultn
hardly to be looked for In a light llc
tloulHt, The following nro sumo of tho
lines In the play which have most often
"Women ore so willful, and you kind
women me the worst of all."
"You are young ououith not to han
forgotten the thoughts of yoilsli; old
enough to hino Icmul idly."
"Nothing, It seems to me. In more
beautiful than the love tliat has wonth
ored the storms of life."
"Tho lovo of the young for the young
It Is the beginning of life. Hut the
love of the old for the old -that Is the
liegliiuiiig of things lunger.''
It is puihupH it hit unto) lunate tli.i
tuo nidi uuimuul iitlruelioiiH u Mm
gmet IlluiKton uud Forbes-UoIm-i I
"hoiild nppeur o elo-e together, il
gltd nnd U2d ! th moiiih, timl v
it is our setiMoii of entertainment )
nieiT.uiiikiUr, ami the t-tuuiu.'
thewu Rtoni Hrtilx will t'lm.-h mn f
tivul Mutson mid lenvu behinu Hi'"
plenttuil mmoriM thnt will linei
with in lone ii Iter we litiu- bade ui
IrieinU n lutppy iu'w .r. Kir mi"
ti eolue iu mental eoulnet miIIi two
Kiieli iiiiii-iiiiI iierMtim lilies is lo in
;AST0R WINE CO.
I nil a it nnnrn nniior
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"Only so soon tires; love goes all tho
"The business of art Is to teveal tho
henuly umlei lying nil things."
"It Is ii great privilege to lie deemed
worthy to mnrer."
"It Is tho thoughts of youth thst
hlinll oiio day make the world young."
"This Is wlmt we will tell to. (tin
young men thnU the fear that keeps
men Ilttlo Is thu fear of being great."
"Ah, you havo lijiiint H th.it all tho
best fun iu life Is glxlngl"
"I.oo! Hho in n woman. And nil
men may nliu Iovif?snve one. With nil
men may she dwell, save one; with all
men m) the ovvflnl. It Is not pov
erty; It Is tho fenr'of poverty that
drhes out line." ii
"l.onxo Inklngri are hut wasted snd
neMM. Coodby! I nlo am a servant. I
luiio my work."
uiHiiy frlmidi and iilhoi-H sfter thu
first of January at Hornbiook, Cali
TDK ASTOIt WINK COMPANY,
Adv. Hornliruok, Calif.
"Oi'eour-je, vou driM n ear"
How often one hears this nccotu
( )!ishtucnt tukeii for gmntcd I
And it is indeed the exception when
tho reply i In the ncgntivp.
I liven people who do not own their
own ems nnd nre merely looking for
wind to tho time when tbey can bd
eotue motoristH in their own tight,
dne nnd dnvo well. Nor in this
ejjerul driving ability one of solely
masculine achievement; proportion
ately, the number of women drivers
' is increasing; fanter tlutn men.
There was n time In motoring his
tory when the ability to dme wns es
teemed nn intricate thing nn aecoui-
pliHhmcnt nttninnble only after long
practice and requiring almost tho me
chanical knowledge of on engineer.
In thetic dnyn the ehnuffeur-driven
ear was the standard and owners who
did their own piloting were admired
hr marvels of daring. Tb's cm Imh
long sinco parsed. It passed with
the advent of the light ear, popuhuly
priced and adapted to the incomo of
any fnmily of avcnige menn.s.
Iluyors of this type could not af
ford n ehnuffeur. They Marled to
do their owp driving. Tbey found the
tank a simple one.
Wo havn hold scores of .Maxwell
ears during tho past two sensonx, to
experienced motorists, but a bigger
proportion went to people who had
never unt at tho wheel of u motor
Of course, wo always dec to it thnt
a buyer is given a course of driving
lessona nmplc to equip him to go
anywhere in his car. Tho tint le
non is usually approached by the
buyer with a good deal of trepida
tion, lie giu'iiN confidence in the iirst
fifteen minutes, nnd before the find
le,nn in over he usually develops
into a speed hug who raves at traf
fic dcluvri mid needs to be restrained
lather than cn"ournged.
The second leon if one is neces
sary usually cuibs tho desire to tho
wild flight, and the result Ls n fin
ished driver who resents further
piesence of the teacher. Occasional
ly wo iind a cnutiouft drive)' who
needh moro H1411 two lesien: wo al
ways give them iin miiny as thoy
I Once squared nwn.v, expert driving
, is only u matter of practice. The
1 novien of one hcacon is alwuyv the
j expert of the nest tho proud pos
, scftPiir of ability to take not only his
own, but nuy other enr uiiv where
that its ability entitles it to go. "
Wltn Mcdford traflo Medfprfl'msrto,
A Most Pleasing Gift
Ask About Our
EASY PAYMENT PLAN
Paul's Electric Store
AVo have many .small appliances thai will make
X 2 t X TI I ''"''Z 5I J! w " "C "' ! w
ill he absorbed by the Asy
company and will he at V
mi- l iu company
HorulirooK. This firm bin ulw
eaiilvd u lomtdet line 01 iurv ihliin
that as to be had In the wine and
liquor Hno ut prices that du ioiii-l
f ... .. . 1 . . rT
lifted above the huiudumi thuigs !, 'v ,,l""lJ'r ' x
our daily lite .,iul ivu. a Iiiuim into !'" watlered around Oregon and , y
II... r..l. of ...sMMlioii tor there u ' w MiiinKion aim win eon.eurra.e an y
A.ll ItlfW III lllMl IVA tllui , A llllll Ik ill
also make It our personal effoit 10 j,,
Uiaka uulck dwllrerles. We nosltltelv X.
I ia a ...l..iU..i. .. 1. ... . .. .1.. 4
...I ..i.J ti Will noi miwuiuiP. niirn u orui-r . i
irt! .t- Win- Co. Y-l!V
ei xaeii) wnni uu avnu tor unit
a htiicohouxe where iu t of the
wuilh-while thing in life are kept.
ami jreiiiu holds tho kev ; but now!
and tlu 11 the door im unlock
world i given 11 Ming, 11 book, it lire
pmnt.iiK. a diuma. that tmirb. our!"'"" n" " -n or ""
lives and give- eolor to th- o.herwi.e ' f' e,M- X.V P"1'"' P. "
I ail iiqutirB uu int-s
PAHIH. Dee. IS.-l-a dispatch to
U10 llavan Agency from Alhotia dated
,"Tho ministers of tho quadruple
ontonto ealled agnlu on tho nroiaUr
yesterday regarding the fuollltloa de
manded for tho entente allied (ioop
In M'uoadonla. Tho (3 or man mlnlater
called 011 M. HkouloudU at noou to
day." 0, N. G. Appointments
'SALKM. Ore., Hc IS Governor
Wtthycombo today mquoved th ap
pointment of Captain Uusuno Mow
lieruor of Wooiltnirn Dro na mal.trl
In tho third Infantrv. Oro Natlou
al nunrd. lie was appolntod by
'Colonel C. McLaughlin and tho ad
vnncement also has the approval or
Adjutant General George A. White..
AfoHsuorfjer In a veteran of the Span
dull grav of our e.iteiiee.
The iiIu.vn we are to sh ui the Page
will lie both bright limdmaikH in our
drmuutie exieniee, and while thv
uie highU enlertainirtg,lii 1- uot aluue
to he annisl tttat we utir tK eo
lle t alteud, but rat lie t fuf tM I1'
inuiH'iit value und the plfMtiid rr
ineinbriiiiee 01 two Mieli giat artiU,
ho luie le.iehed the pinnaele of
Ordeiv ft ent ar coram "
from all over the valley fluiuti
I'asH. KurIc Point. Ashland, (Vntinl
1'oint-iu imt nil part uf the eivui
luumty, and it imlv fair and ta1
Hint 1 e Mteoiuuec the local laauafto
roent t the eonimnamsj af their
present poll. ..1 iaaaiinc ut the
cheap liow uud wing u nunc but
tho vir- bei
Taa plav m l. .-fcilfc lllina
will be M-eii. "The mJ'
Ihv ptftit- M ,1 1 .fctpkood lieinu -uli
tiltiUil t... ili 1 rfatk at an miwr
tant eiin. I, 11. T ra t 'be . h;in.
In. Iiitdi-e , ,.i yjjmti'ii- ui.p, in. I
ol eoiiihe Hit IMjAl prevmU in the
end. Manx ! ate meiitelil - .
itiin-iie it.! i.jry ilaiiiliu
lie . i dlto Ii""
and in fact
verythliig but her We Hell tin
o cheap, o cannot prepa) the ex
praaa or fralitht chari.
Uei aecuatouieil to drluklns our
Qttldau Cream Spaelal, the new teni
urauc drlaU. . It hat no equal and
Whllo It taaiaa jual like real Pabat
beer It la uon-alioholle W will)
pine an aem iu .vteutorii tne rnt
of the von 1
We will lie Kind to In ar ironi oui
!0O Thre-rar old
'' ' 1 1 .orrv. inn I ofrvnf
built iimoi v'1 V'1V' &i.ji.
itoatMi 1 or aaie i ' ra'ii
The fluent re e- 11 M.-dfonl
from the beat n e .'.:., i,i rti
The Caroltuo !. 1 , , tiei
ual bloouier, U.ie pi k m-. - t u
(III Mcdfotd 'linfie n 9ledford .Miwle
J l 1
ttte beat hedge or utir. t rose
1 1 ilituate
Pierce, (he Florist
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Make This Christmas Electrical
Cook your Christmas dinner Electrically.
ELECTiiK' COOKIXO is one of the ffrontost modern aids
Science has proved a saving in weight, and hence, costs
of meats Electrically roasted, sometimes as high as 30
per cent also a world of time, labor, discomfort and
It involves no new methods of cookery, but insures better
and moro uniform results.
These ranges can be had with or without warming closets,
with high or low ovon, and with the arrangement of
vegetable cookers and hot plates to suit your roquiru-
A SPLHNDII) OlFT'KOR YOUR WIIfK.
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California -Oregon Power Company
210 West Main Street
Phone 1(8 MKHKOKM), OREGON