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RECOUNT OF VOIES
IN NEED W, PLANNING
TO AID T
OF MONTENEGRO ! OF MORE MONEY FOR HARMON? AT
ARRIVES AT ROME: FOR SPIES ABROAD JUNE CONVENTION
MAKES NO CHANGES
N ELECTION RESULT
W iJLi-1 MX A Tf I U
Tho recount of votes In the First
ward election upon tho domnnd of
"Y, V. Mcdynskl, defeated candidate
for re-election, mado no clinnRo In
tho result nnd foiled to substantiate
In any dotal), Insinuations of fraud
and proved tho accusations ground
On 'account of technicalities In tho
marking of tho ballot, thrco BnimenH
ballots, flvo Toss ballots, thrco Sam
uels ballots wore thrown out. Km
ti.ons majority was reduced to 2G.
The result of tho recount was as
For recorder Klmer T. Fobs, first
count 292, second 287, flvo votos
loss. His opponent, Martin McDon
oiikIi was Riven 245, tho same an on
tho first count.
For treasurer, fJUfSnmunls, first
count 200, second count 257, thrco
less. Ills opponent, J. W. Bhlrley
received for a total 67 on tho first
count, and 960 on tho second count.p
a reduction of one.
For councilman, Emmons, first
count 281, eocond 278, thrco less;
Mcdynskl, first count 252, pecond
count tho samo.
Tho recount boa id was cotoponed
Qf C V. Toncwald, roprosontlnp; Dr.
KmmcnB, E. It. Fohl, representing F.
V Mcdynskl, and Messrs. Miller, Law
ton and PottciiRcr.
J. W. Uonnelt, ("uafcpietiou engin
eer for the Union il Co. of Califor
nia, whose plnim lo expend .f.l&OlPi in
the construction of n plant at Crater
Lake Junction, have bren halted be
cause the permit tf ranted bv the coun
cil w9 in convict with Ibo city ordi
nance, in m Med ford endeavoring to
htrailiten out the tnniilo. He hiivh:
"The Union Oil company Oiih veryA,,,!,, of Uu, t'nscodeM whon a shift of
careful before pureluiHliiir llie situ to
secure tuji consent of tho city eoun
cil.ejnd upon Coiiriiifr this consent OO
vested $700 for tho riite. Had Iho
coTinfol refilled tlu'(yennit, wo would
not Iinvo made the Investment nnd
would l.nvo wuijilit olHOwlicro Cur n
wile. We think it In up to tho council
Olo protoct our investment, mado uoon
thjrconhont tho ruoro bo iih tho
projwrty in question Ih iftfe residence
, olfl"811cry nn' only fit for wnnrjiouHcs
nnu innouinoturio.r plirjits,
w "1 hope tlioaounoil will find some
way out of tho drjomnm the have
placed thg company io nndPnablo us
to i;o ahead with the comtJVuctioft of
tOo plant ns planned."
from Stockton, Cal
21 -A Jclctro
HtnteB QiQ James
fl. WOion. whoxltims Ashland SAhls
residence, whero hOi a Clfo and
cliQd, shot a bartender In a saloon In
tbftt city D.st Saturday. T?o shoot
ftig rosulted fatally. The report Is
that Wlhon eOontJ tho Oloo' enr-obeen dor to ninmunition ilepnth, the
Tying a suUcqo and booamo oun3ged..qUBrten. of the jjonoral staff ;(Bkl Do
In a dispute with the bartender uam-
O Fred Funk, who ejected him frr
thO premises. ly.vr WIUou return
ed und shot Funk.
Tho only James Q WlbQi In tho
Ashland dlrc?ory Is known as J. Sam
Wilson, residing at 501 Liberty stwot.
Ho Is a minor and at one. time wus a
guard nt tha asylum at Salem. Ha
was a member of the city pollen foico
hero and figured In tho spectacular
rumpus In the department last April,
resigning on the spot. Siuco quitting
tho department he has been In Cali
fornia. He was hero rotQiUy on a
visit and loft for the south about a
week ago. Mrs Wilson Is a step
Uaughtor of E K Hall of this city.
PARIS, Jan 2.- Pre-s dispatches
from Home h that r.nuidersble anx
iety is folt in Vienna m eotiitequeiu'e
of tlu illnou i Kmprvr Frauou
Joseph, whoko chrouie broiiehiti baa
nsjjumcd on acute form. Tby add
tiinf he. is eontiiied to bed, that all
contt rooOitioni ani amiieuce have
been t.tispW)doil and that he in not
oven rcdelvinjr the milium authori
tics. Ho h liftinif nursed by the
Arouduohosu Zita, ife of the heir
to tho throne, noeordmif to the amo
INDIANAPOLIS, IikJ.. Jan. 2-1.
8H'kmT before tlir convention of
tho Unitcl Mine Worl'ora todny,
Frank I'. Wnlsh, ohninunn of llie now
committee on industrial relation)), le
olnreil tlint if Inbor in to be cmanei
pntei! it must do it Itself. Only in
complete organization oan lnbor find
protection, lie wild.
Mr. WiiIhIi reviewed the work of tho
federal industrial rotations ooinmiij-
f Hipn, of which ho was uliiiirmnii, pny-
injr jmrtieulnr nttention to tho con
ditions it found in Colorado. The
story of Colorado, ho declared, wan
tho Htorv of nil "except' unionized
communities." Ho asserted that the
federal eommiHsion in its two years of
renunrcli did not find a Biiifrlc ease
wlicro thcro wn n labor tliKtnrhnnco
or Iohh of life in v.'TfJcli labor hud a
conlr.iet with the employer.
Mr. Wnlhfl ridiculed Hie Hoehefeller
plan for dealing with tho employe of
Iho Colorado Fuel & Iron company.
Ho snid tho ntriltc in Colorado won
won by tlio workmen bcentiHo John D.
Itoekcfellor "wuh compelled to nrkrj
nowlediro HO' responsibility for ovory
tliintr Unit occurred in that Mate,"
nnd hceiQse ho vtn compelled to ack
nowledge the scientific fnelK under
lyiiiff eolleelive hniyniniiiK by pro
pOMtip a plan denliiifr with the work
er. TIiIh plan, however, wa a uofjun
one, .Mr. Walsh declared.
SEATTLE. Wn , Ja 2!. Tfcp re
markablo fall of tomporaturo In tho
Pugct Hound region jOitorday mori
l&g, u drop of 2S degrees IffilOO Co
corded, proKXbly averted a flood.
Ilnln was falling almost to tho sum
wind enCjjl tho thawing of tho snow
ufli9nddod a light cver of new nirJ.
An abnoruial amount of brow lies nn
loth stypcOof tho Csyades and this
accuirjulatloibcontlnuoft to bo u cunso
of anxiety, for a icnowal oPwarm
winds would oq convert tho nnow
Into wntor, Tho tomporntjiio In
Bratt at 5 a. nt. today wiW 20 above
zoro. and snow rather dian rain wan
fexOaftcd from tho cloudoft sky. Tho
preclpltatloil-t Seattle slncocVwmuy
01 la still slightly bolow normal
Alaska Qtrjnod warmer yotfrordav,
but reported tho followlQx temper
atures, all below zere: Eaclo 61;
Taronca 18, 'omo 21; Sitka report
PARIS, Jan. 12 1. Iioinbnrdiucnt of
Trtonnstir, in southwestern Herlo, by
n aquadroP of forly-t'i(?j VVvilOi
ncrnplam yesterday is reported by !
the Hivns eorrcspoiidont nt Saloiuki.
uiinmvmuiu iinnmK in uniti in nnv
Tho eorronpoiident nlso repoits
that the Italian expeditionary force
in Albania is soon too It nttacktHl.
HulfnV&ui who, in eo-operntinii wifi)
Austrinns, captured tho Alhaniai
t(On of Herat, are reunited ff be nd-
Paneing toward Axlona.Wld bv the
Italians. Autrian (io,ip uie snid In
he moving in the aliiOtiuii of Dnrazzn.
where E.nd I'akbap at the head of
his Albanian troops, i preparing re-si-tanee.
OOI.I) 1IKAC-1I, Or.. J..n. J I. Miss
Kato l.ehnherr of tanGom, Curr.Q
eouniy, lias nunouueed herelt u can
didate for tho democrat i.' nomination
for treaaiiror of Curry count . Mi-k
I.ehuherr is the fint woutau to seek
political offiea in Currj' county.
Incumbents of county offices who
have announced thtHunelves a- candi
date for r-oleetiott are Finnk
Caugbell, treaaurer, aud J. R. Stn
nanl, clerk. Assessor William Tl
man is a eandidate ror the oth.-o ..f
Skimff to succeed Charles Rsile m I
eiiHibeut, who has announced that ,,.
will not run again.
HOME, Jan. 21 -Kin Nicholas, of
Montenegro, acoompanlwl by bis son,
d'rlneo Peter, and by three of fleer
of his suite, arrived In Home today
from llrlnillsl In the royal train which
had been put nt his disposal to em
phasise tho purpose of tho Italian
government In wishing to do him
honor. King N'lcholns, drawMd In the
national costumo with black cap. London, Herlin, Vionrm, Home 1'etro
whito Jacket and rod sash, nppoared grad, Paris, Hiicnos Ayrow, Tokio und j
worn as n result of his hurrttd trip
on horsoback from I'odgorltza to tha
and the subsequent passage to
King Victor Emmanuel mot tho
king of Montcncgra at tho Ternlnl
terminal station whoro nn Immense
crowd had assembled. Thoy proceed
ed In automobiles to tho Villa Sa
vola, whore Queen Helena, daughtor
of King Nicholas awaited him with
hor fcftr children. Th exiled mon
nroh will loavo Rome tonight to Join
his wlfo and two daughters in Lyons.
DERLIN, Jan. 21. Most of the
Herlin newspapers discuss editorially
thin morning tho roiQrt that Clio Mon
tenegrin peaco movo was merely a
ruse to obtain tlmo to I in pro vo tho
military position. Theso roports
have bcon received horo trcQ Italian
sources and tho nowspnporo without
Adoption refuse to glvo credence to
thoo. It Is pointed out Hint whO
UQduo iniportnuce should not bo at
taulied to the ollmliotlon of Monto-
ncgro from tho liQ) of opponents of
tho Teutonic allies, o'-'H as n onttor
eX fact, official roports from Vlonn9
eX fact, official roports from VlonnS ,.n,.L.! r t1. fir,.,,i vr?l,,.0 Miir,..i '" n,p l'0,1Vl,"
9.. ......... . irnchs oi uie ureal .NortiicM railroad i,m,,,. ..,,( ti,.,.i .... ?. n....
affirm that not ily tho Montonogrln .... ,lln ...... ,,...., .... ,,. rnHllllll(M I l'r .Senator Ihcodoie h. Hur-
soldftrs but also tho Serbian troops! i i ' , i i i ,' IA'm of "'"'faas here loda fli Ins
, , """ hiu ooruni lru"i,aOwlicre nvnlnneliOH descended ast Sat- Q... ... Mi,f?1:u.,1 rin Zt.n
In tho wes t0ro rapidly being dls- , wrft,w , CaHmio Vmlvtt, U U, " ." '" i"",
armed and the Herlin newspapers re- ,,,' ,, b ,oM jf Q h, livcho J" '' . ". as no :m -
gard tho kingdom of Montenegrins
nnIng been conquered
The (Iristhes will yiion reception
und dunce in hninr ol' Mr. nnd Mrs.
John II. (loodncli, lu
who Merc rieeiillv 'iKirned. The i
dniQe will he het, el ihe N'nliiloiiiiin
l'ndnv eeiiiinr, Jnhir Oi,
niiig at H .:i() -luii p.
f llll O
f&e Gm$ Amticm'&titfl" DwAjubh 1
Pall io i)e with hundreds of thousands of ted-bloodi
Smofeers df thgoodoold U.S.A. Smoke th cigarette tobfttfoo
that's ben affAmQrica festitution for three generations "BuM
Durham. The rich, relishy, star-spaigled tdste of "Bull" jiitts the
national spiiil of get-ug-and-hu$ile into our hand-rollfd cigartd.
"Buir's oi freshest, ttiappiest, liveliest )J smojkesi
o , .
Q SIS10B3IQG TOBACCO
Roll yourwn" Nith "Bull" du?ham And you'll find a far
Aik for F&EE,
paekag of "paper"
with uci 5c tack.
jirf' Sw&iiiiy v.
saxt ii5 ft
Sa. A aV -
j WASHINGTON, Jmi. 1'!.- !yma -
!,pr oientl MeClownn of lb miry
; toj(j jj,t. lollM0 niivnLowiitHitttMi todny
about the pur)'oo"if a $.10,0(10 p
proprintion the nnry wtuit for "col-1
lection of informntlon at home nnd
abroad." Ho mid the nun included -the
expenses of naval attache nt
Peking. Tho information sought "at
home," ho snid, "wn to available
! ship, sou reef of mipply, resource))
or vnnoiiM kmuh, intonniition, lie
said, of great military value.
"Every govonimont hns nttnehea nt
the other government enpitnls to tind
out whnt the other ijovemnient does
not wnnt thorn to know?" asked
"I wish we knew more about what
they arc doiiifj abroad," remarked the
O "Vou need twico as much money
for apyinir than Inst yenrf"
"We need twice oh much for ac
SFATTLE, Wash., Jan. SO.--Ncnr-
ly ouu men nre vuiraiiiK io eionr ine
cnusiiifr loss ot oiplit
It is expected that the tnuO will he
open tomorrow nioriiitifr.
All the debris of the wrecked diner
and chair ear of tho PhNonde limited
.Kfcvo beenjemoved, hnj th9 feir
mia$K Itt'tlicH have not been round.
The ininsiii; nre:
Mr. Fern Wallace nnd biffly dnuch-
jter, Ralph HnttetOnii, 8-,ear-nM son
of Edwnrd Ilaftermiin,
.and n large man wii
, laclie and bald hcodwlio vns in the,
I dining ear at the tune of the v reck, i
greoter satistaction in smoking your cigarette
than you ever did before. The rich, mild
tobacco leaf "Bull" is made of has that de
lightful mellow-sweetness which suits your
taste to a "T". And its aromatic fragrance
is&upremelyunvoue. MenM'ho never smoked
!..- l-1t ..!!. i.L II
cigarettes uerore arc now
th "Bull" Durham.
ins correct way
lo "Roll Your Own" Cigarette.
and a package ot cigarette paper,
will both b (nailed, ftte, to any
addreit in U. S. on requeat Ad
dreta "Uull" Durham, Duiham.
THK AilBRlCAK TOBACCO CO.
, CHICAGO, Jan. 21. -Hepiibluan
lwikr, mwnlM-m f the nalhuiHt mn-
inlttoo's tiu-fotwniUi)e on convention
nrranteinenta. mot here today nnd
dlsi'HMi'd plana for tho pnrty conven
tion set for June 7 In Chicago colis
eum. Though empowored by the national
committee to seldot n tompornry
chairman for tho Ida republican ntli-
orinp, the committee meinberH lioro
declared no steps in that direction
would uc in Ken ni una mccung,
Wlien tho sub-committee went Into
executive session it had before it
blueprints of the Coliseum nnd a
tentative seating arrangement which
would necommodato 12,500 persons,
1300 more than were provided for in
tho 1012 convention.
There appeared to be a general dis
position (Jo forcenst that nil reason
able concessions would bo made to
assure harmony in tho ranks of tho
party. Nono of tho committeemen
would say whether tho harmony plans
should extend to the nomination of
Colonel Roosevelt as tho republican
Franklin Murphy t New Jcreoy
said there was a frrent disposition to
nnng about Irftrmony "if the progres
sives nre not nnsty."
"It is n republican year and nny
strong x)','0 they nominate cun defeat
Wilson," ho said. "Xo perse or
tell now who tho Oindidnto will be."
Said Chninnnn Chnrlrs D.QlllIes:
"Tho convention will 'io open-
minded. The candidate Ql bo born
in ,lp t.0iiVfntion."
en nee in his prccnec here cuincident
with the committeemen. He snid his
friends b.iQ decided not to mnko n
campaign for him in "favorite son
.TIIi:SflAlllN 11 It. IN
Failll Akrr nrajMl
l.l.k .Iff. lllm.iTrri
Pllltln lltd nl jld
loi, inM llh tiu KlUxw.
l.fl ciarr. llnraTTaar
t can known at licit. Kifii.Alfl.ivtn!i.Ma
roiling men own j
Make something wonderfully good and you say,
"This is mine," you call it by your name.
That is exactly our case. ,
We have made a tire so fine, 0 sturdy, so responsible
that we want it known as ours. So we named it ' Usco'
(U. S. Co.).
Because we have put our name on this lire because
its success was a matter of business pride, of business
honour we pledged ourselves to see that it "made
good" and it has.
Think of it a really wondcr&ul new anti-skid
tire priced at only a little more ihiOi plain treadb.
New Trice of '
30 Inch x 3 Inch, $10.40
30 inch k 3 1-2 Inch, 13.40
32 Inch x 3 1-2 Inch, 15.40
UOo 'Chain 'Nobby' 'Royal Cord'
fo "bther baking
powder Will iGaise
nicer, lighter bis
cuitj?, cafcc and
pastry, rr cnoxe
pure and wholesome
(Tho aerman Hank)
SK fcR9NCISC0, CQL1COUKIQ
UnJtt9 Stnttap fitate, fatttr Ual
(rtt vUui fl.429,21D(J,)tiindl5 0i boo gitj;4Y;8ir.69)
lAnva BW W.M, ocurod by
Its-ti Sj9aWWspit :
HorUHOiMtaA uij i.otx, .Mill) nnd IltSnfdi Offices)
(taluo OtbOOO), standhiK c bocrtiiet o
Othor IteM I-t9fd (uo llCS.OOO.taKJIn efj
bocds at O
KiiiplojOiVnsloY'iiiiiI, ($211,238.93), stailifO
on uooks y ....
Duo nojKisiiof O. q $r8,ai 0,060
Oipltnl Stck actually paid
IlcM'rvo niirtf ('ontliiRrnt(o)
,. Total ,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st d) of December,
1916. (Soal) CHAS. K DUISKNnKItG. Notary Public.
For the 8 months ending December 31st, IS, a dividend to de
positors of ifi per annum was 'declared.
Union Feed and
US South ttivcrsido 0
u Phoify 150
thco' Tread Tlre
34 Inch x 4 Inch, $22.40
36 Inch x 4 1.2 Inch, 31.55
37 inch x 5 Inch, 37.30
Yearly ftcpoif of
mi Mftcr Atmdi)
' 2,(IOH,Ofl2.(l 1
NEAREST TO EVERYTIirNO
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quarters (while in
"Meet me at
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rouflllHH Ul tlltill
l.oll glVtll IOJdu'
tt.l A lii -(riJ
uiiiihj room. JSf;T,"7Jiaf
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