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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1916)
MFDFortT) mut, Truman,
OF EUROPE'S WAfi
WASHINGTON !!.. It.- Hvle
RRtos to tho annual conrentlon of th
chninbcr of commtree of tho ITrIik1
Slattm, loft for their homea today,
carrying with them a hiommro from
1'rosldent Wilson, tho outstanding
foctture of which hue hi detarmlna
tlon to ktion tho United State) out of
tho ICtiropoan contact, although he
declared that tho nation tnoroly hold
that troublo at arm's loimtli.
Tho proildunt was upoakhiR on
neutrality nt tho annual banquot of
tha chamber which wag a concluding
feature of a threo days convention.
Tho jircmldont alto ipoko of the need
of a real aolentlflc tariff board and a
"it U n cruel thing," wild tho
)ireldont, "to have. It supposed, as
It Is In many nuartors that wo have
lcpt out of this war simply because
wo wanted to keep out of troublo
and simply because wo wanted to
profit by the troublo of others, and
yet misunderstandings for tho time
being nre not to bo rtckunod against
tho consclousnoes that wo must our
selvofl hope that wo havo pursued tho
right and only scrvlconblo course. I
nui not afraid of tho slow verdict of
history with regard to the neutral
ity of tho I'nltod Stales and 1 be
lieve that we arc Justified In exercls
In every degree of patlonco In mak
ing It clear what our position Is and
how sincerely wo nre determined not
to allow this quarrol to bocome part
"I hnvo only this to say, though
wo hold this trouble at arm's loir 'U
and keep or attempt to keep our own
judgments cool, tho rost of the world
Is hot and It may bo that any time
without our ro-oporatlou and with
out our ability to stop It tho flame
may extend to iih. And therefore I
nm glnd that the United States has
boon put In n position to mobilize
Its financial resources and to get Into
tho position which It must nt last get
Into, whether It wants to or not.
"If only wo can koop this great
nation nt pcaco tlioro Is an infinite
prospect of happy prospority beforo
tho Unltod States."
ALL ARID SHIPS
EDISON AT 69
STILL BUSY WITH
BEGIN AT NAT TONIGHT
Kvangollst Frank Mathls and Sing
ing Hvaiigcllst Vossey and Mrs. Vc
soy arrlvod from Colorado Sprlng,
Colo., Thursday evening, and will be
gin the union evangelistic moetlngs
at tho Natatorlum this evening nt
7:30. These peoplo come highly
recommended, have just closed a big
mooting In Colorado Springs and ex
pect to havo a successful meeting
Mr. Veasey and the chorus organ
ized provlous to his arrival, prac
ticed last night and will furnish
splendid music all during tho meet
lugs. Don't miss the song service at
VIENNA, via 1-ondon, Fl. 11
The test f tti memorandum com
(MHHtattetl by the Awelre-Hwaimrlaa
foreign office today te tho represen
tative of noHtrnl government, an
nouncing the decision of Austria
Hungary to treat as warship armod
merchantmen of countries at war
with this nation follews:
"It Is not unknown to tho govorn
Drltisli admiralty In the course of
tho jonr 1013 cnusod a number of
lnrgo Hrltlsh llnors to bo armed. Tho
first lord of the admiralty declared
In tho house of commons on March
20, 1013, that thearmament of tho
vessels In quostlon was only to pro
tect them from, dnngors threatening
them from hostll ships converted Into
auxiliary cruisers and to servo ex
clusively for dofonRo,
"Kxperloncos gained in the prosent
war show that a considerable num
ber of Hrltlsh merchantmen usod tho
guns Installed nboard against liostllo
warships and not sololy with tho In
tention to escapo leglllmato exercise
of tho prize right, but also to at
tack and destroy cnomy warships.
"As Is evident from tho memoran
dum which tho Imporlal Clerman gov
ornmont today communicated to neu
tral states, Instructions have been
found nboard Hrltlsh stoamcrs which
prove that the Utltlsh government it
self Incited Its merchantmen to Il
legal acts and this In complete con
tradiction to assurance which
NKW YOHK, Feb 11. Miller
Ileott llutcfclaen, representative of
tbe UdlMii Stermre Buttery comjmojr.
was severely criticised today by Lieu
tenant J. C. Flshor, Judfo nvoontu. In
the summing up before tho naval
court of inquiry which litis boon In
vestigating the dimeter to- the Vub
marine K-S January 15, In the Now
neutral powers that Iho j York navy yard, by which five, mon
lost their live.
Lieutenant Flshor exonoratoU Llou
tonant Charles M. Cooke, tho com
mander of tho submarine and tho
members of tho crow, who, ho said,
were moroly acting as agenta o-f tho
Kdlson company In carrying on a
tost of the battoriua. Ho alio called
attention to the fact that a slight ox
plosion had taken placo on the. K-S
(two days prior to tho dlsnstor. He
condemned Mr. Hutulilnon for going
ahond with tho tost "when ho know
of the possibility of troublo."
Tho judge ndvooato Ilkowlso criti
cized tho Kdlson company, which ho
said had not supplied adoquato In
struction In tho use of tho batteries.
The court will send Its findings
today to Socrctnry Daniels and they
will be mado public In Washington.
commutilcntod to tho state, depart
ment at Washington. Its aDIos, par
j tlcularly Franco and Italy, followed
I the example of (Ireat Ilrlt.ilu dur-
It 'Ing the course of hostilities."
OI.'ANHi:. X. J.. IVb. II. --Thoma
Aire KdimtN celebrated bin (Ml Hi
bhtkriay anuirormry I inlay. The
years seem to nwt riptilly on the gieat
inventor, lie n Mill hale, hearty and
active and an deeply intereetcd vt
what the ctuiting- ytr hM In More as
n youth with nil of life aliwul.
"The future moan an iHtirh In rae
at Oil at It doe to vu nt 2D, young;
man.'' said Mr. IftliHi to a younp
friend not lorn? ago.
In oilier words, Kdion i "still Ru
ing 'troiiR" nt (ID. Xot n tiny pathes
that lie due not smmhI from twehe
to eifthteeu hotira in his Inbnmtorv.
He allows no igns ot slowing up the
paee lie linn hold for over fifty years,
tie it nlert and not n detail of the
buoinoHK around hint eneapes his eye
and ntlontidii. To those who nre iih
Hoeiated with him in business ho is
"our old num." Kdixon, while-haired,
stepping hriHkly, in a familiar fig
tire in every corner of his vast labor
ntorioH nt QnuiKi', X. J.
Antony his inventions are:
Tho duplex and qundruplex lole
grnpltH and tlio ElcL'trumniogrnph,
whieh revolutionized telegrajihy; the
eylintler phonograph in 1877, now the
Diamond Amhcrola phonograph, in
1870 the eleetriu light, which need.-, no
words to tell its wonders; in 1891 the
moving picture, whieh today, as "the
movies," nre furnishing amusement to
thouMands upon thousands; n method
of crushing ore, by whieh rot'tot,
weighing ns much n ten tons each
are icdueed to bits in n few nceonds;
OHIO SOCIETY TO BE
ORGANIZED IN MEDF0RD
Next Tuesday evening at 7 30
o'clock, there will bo a meeting at the
FuMIc library to consider the matter
of organizing an Ohio society, to
which all ox-rosldonts of that state
are invited to attend. As the llbrarv
closes at 0 o'clock. It will be noces
sarv to adjourn before that time,
hence the nerosst of meeting early,
so cverhod la requcided to be on
hand prompt!) at the hour designated.
Tonight! Clean Your HomcK and
.Stop Headache, (olds, Sour
Oct a lo-cent box now.
Turn the rascals out the bead
aoho. biliousness, indigestion, the
slik, sour stomach and bad wilds
turn them out tonight and keep them
out with Cascareta.
Millions or men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
know the misery caused by a laay
liver, clogged bo wets, or an upeet
Don't put In another day of dis
tress. Let Cascareta cleanse your
stomach; remove tbe sour, ferment
ing food; take the excess bile from
our liver and carry out all tbe con
stipated waste matter and poison In
the bowel. Tben you ft ill feel great.
A Caaearet tonight straightens
ou out by morning They work
while ou sleep. A 10-ceut box from
un drug store means a clear head,
sweet atftmaea and clean. jhealthy
liter and bowel action for months
Children love CaMarets bt-uusc he
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New delight at mealtime
Worneri who use Cottolene for shortening and frying iind that
it is n source of dnily pleasure and satisfaction.
Cottolene makes good cooking easy and certain. It requires
no special preparation, and it is unequaled in results.
Whether you use Cottolene for shortening biscuits, pies, dough
nuts, pastries, or for frying fish, vegetables or meats, it imparts
an extra deliciousness to the taste and
appearance of foods and adds to their
Omelet with Cheese
Arrange with your grocer today for rcRulnr
supplies cf Cottolono, the Natural Shorten
ing. It is put up in pnilsof convoniont sizes.
Write our General Offices, Chicago, for n
free copy of our real cook book, HOME
I T"g n,k-fai r BAN KSpwu
Four eggs, half cup millc, ono tea
spoon flour, a Utile parsley, pep
per and salt, half teaspoon firatcd
cheese, ono tablespoon Cottolene.
Beat the egg very light and add
tho other Ingredients. Dcat all
well together end pnurlntoa pan
in which a large Utilespoonful ol
Cottoleno is heated. Cook till
brown, then fold ever. Shale
the pan while tho omelet la cook
ing. Servo hot.
ii'".r wi'i; !:i!iiini"Hff.iirivin!iiirrmffFP''"i flwyiffl m e
ammirihiiMiiiviTiirmiiiitrirr mWimi' l '
The fact that the groundhog did not see
his shadow and we are to have an early
Spring, this kind of weather should sug
gest that you prepare to enjoy the com
ing Summer by installing a
GAS RANGE AND WATER HEATER
Thereby doing away with the excessive heat, dirt
and drudgery of a wood stove.
We are prepared to give you perfect service and
prepare you for the coming heated term.
Phone 526 and we will send a representative to
talk it over with you.
Oregon Gas & Electric Co.
"uy j'""!' ""
th torjr buttery; then hid lnt in i
fsronle imtntion, lb Diafnoixl lu-r
phonoirrnph From IWH t" tlif irr
rnf turip F"ili'm h.i- r hfl nmn tiipn
I PK) niiplii itmn tor pifi-nt-i
Tho New Flan Corn Cnro That's as
Suro as tho Kisicg Snn.
"(lUd lo mrnl yo"' ihvii th rnnor
t the rorn. 'I'll Mrrd f"r yr'" mi
the corn to the rainr I: mom ami
tarns lovo caeh other. Corns luve to
"Wliy. O Xlir. DM 1 Ho Itf "fleU-U'
lor Me Alter Thl If 1 Llcf'
lo rut, picked, council, tnlvdl, pirn
toreit nml Jerkctl out. tln-y irrow
fimter, Mr nil Mm Went-nmM'ut-it
renllxp it now, tlicy iiko "artn-It
Inntrod It'a tltti wonderful. Blmplo
eorn-oure thnt never fnlls. titopa
linln. You npplv It in . 2 ec
onds. It drlrti nt onee. . tho com
In doomed. Nothing to Bttck to tlio
jiloclUnK or proiis on tho corn. It
menna good-nlht to plniiterii. anlvea.
illKKrrn. ratorn and toc-bumtllnn; iou
can wear amnller ahorn. Your corna
wilt como rlKht off, "clean na a whla
tie." Nnvcr Intlamca lirnltliy lleah.
Tlio world'a IiIkrmiI aidlliiK corn cure.
acta-Il" la aold by drUKKlnta every
where, !5e a bottle, or aent direct b"
K. Iiwrcnco & Co., ChlcnKO, III.
HAVE YOU SEEN
Pork Shouldor, ju)uik1....10
Spare Kills, pound 10
Bat'kbone, pound 8(
1111-0 Pork Sausage... .12
Choit'ost Peel', Veal, Lanib,
Poultry at most retisonablo
Wo Guarantee to Ploaso.
Tlio Butter of Quality.
It has pleased those who
nave used it and will please
Iimist on your grocer send
ing you this brand.
PI I ON KM l
Mix the Breakfast Biscuits
the Night Before
Away in a
ana is a a c
them Fresh in
If the family do not nil cat breakfast together, you can
bake a few nt a time. If you arc having hot biscuits for supper,
mix nm! cut out enough more for breakfast. They will be
much nicer freshly baked than warmed over.
Of course you can't do this very successfully with sour
milk and soda or with any of tho old fashioned, single acting
baking powders, but this convenient way of making hot biscuit3
and muffins for breakfast Is entirely satisfactory if you use
E Baking Powder
whieh Is really blenJ of two baiting powders, one of which
begins to give off leavening gas as soon as moisture is added.
The other is Inactive until heat Is applied. The dough will
remain In a partly leavened condition for hours and when
put In the oven will como up Just as light and fluffy
as if freshly mixed.
Oct can of K C today and try this easy way of baVlna;
biscuits nt once. You'll never go bade to the old way. i
"We urge our patrons to use home products. Thoy
are strictly fresh and guaranteed.
"We carry the follewing:
HOKE'S STRING DEANS
ROGUE SPRAY FLOUR
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
EVANS' SALAD DRESSING
GOLD SEAL BUTTER
PREPARED HORSE RADISH
OREGON CEREAL COFFEE
Also a complete line of Fresh limits and Vegetables.
MARSJI & BENNETT
Second door east First National Panic. Phono 252
i Easy to Handle
3 Always the Same
You Sprayed For Scale Last Season.
And Yet You Failed. Why?
Yu tin'l buy My iiray UUt
! ir teim it ftiimia itr n.
DON'T DIAME THE P"AV.
r .''' " soitiuu tuirHUR m.
u m. mmm ly Minimal nti iMtfc wmi
"til . II "! ' !. Thr.. II-m i tr U i itru. jl
l"uw.7i ilin iimi. imyls itnliit y htifilit
Ikil tki iprty Ii rlL
IT IS RIGHT. IT DOtS THE WORK.
81NU rOlt 0UII Itll SPRAY OULUTIN. It
ttllt HK.Ikl.i flh xlill. kut SCALE AND
SCAB. Willi l.r Pfltll. AU
Start the Day Right
ACORN BRAND BACON FOR BREAKFAST
Fnd a auecesfiful day with our suceulent, spicy UAl.
All the leading stores in tho valley carry our products.
CENTRAL POINT PACKING CO.
tSAFE DEPOSIT PRUDENCE
Thr im'lont irson tloes not wait for fire or theft
beforo I'P gf ts bafo liriot.it I'totcnttoit for his voluablos.
Our Vault ii Hr and llurUir I'rooi
Wo Uavo Safo Uojiosit Uoxet for rent hero an low as
$.oo .M) ie i'i;u i:.ut
OVER 22 VEARS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT'