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DLACK AMD WHITE FOR
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10 ENTENTE ALLIES
MKDF0I7P MATT, TRfBnTO, ME0FOKD. OUKQOL. ITEgTMYa TOmrAKr ffl. JffljJ
I'AIUS. Feb. -'2.-Viscount linen, i
who hcnri the Ilntinh delegation ot I
twciity-fio member of both hnueq I
of imiliiimt'iit to the Anglo-French I
puiliiiiiieiilnry entnmittee whieh is to I
iiom inermigM nere ioiik.v nml on
Wednedny mii Thurxilny, lim jriten
mt interview to tho Pari .loumal.
"The situation in tht I'niled Static
much too coniplicnted ninl change,
too quiukly from tiny to tiny." In
-niil, "for hip to be nble to fonn nn
roiijoi-t tiros n to tho manner nt
which eents conventiug the Wash
ington government are linble to do
tlop. Thole, i, houexor, one tiling
which should ho known, and it is
tlitit the sympathies of the great ma
jority of the American people (o out
clearly to the nlliot. 1 never hnvo
luid the slightest four of difficulties
urimur between the Tinted States
nnil the allien, because it is hitrdl.x
iiocc-sary for nie to say thnt there
nro historical reasons why it genuine
i'llcudship Iiiim been felt in the Tint
ed States for l'rnnee and Oreul Ilrit
nlu." Lord Hrycc e.picci1 mitisfuelinn
al the fall of Kraomiu. He said:
"The cause of the Armenians is es
pecially dear to me. Tlicie is- no
people in the woild which has suf
tcred more. It 1ms been n victim,
not of religious fanaticiHin, but of
cold-blooded, premeditated hatred on
the part of the brigands who trim
llicDischcs (be Tuikish government
nml who do not intend to permit the
existence of any national vitality ex
cept in their own clement."
Although he has only jiiht got in
touch with the members of the
Trench senate and chamber who are
to tnke part in the coiifcienec, Lord
lliyce already felt that the meetings
and the exchange of iewn would lie
of the greatest honelit during and af
ter the war.
"The gteat problem which the nl
hed government will have to face nt
the end of hostilities-," he said, "will
be the (Mention of some instrument
uble for nil time to prevent n confla
gration such ns now plunges Kurope
Iloesr.'t it make yon igb for sun
shiny dni- of spring -the cri-piics
and lrc'luie-s of thi linen it humeri
spring -uit.' And dotsn'l it tuin
jour limey toward the hats and
frocks we'll wear in spring
One thing yon may count upon--and
I have this information from
.Mine. Keieheil, creator of the smart
est modes, disorteil nt Palm clinch
and Hot Spring thnt mnnv of the
spring suits will he mndp in bolero
fnshion nml hip length jackets will
Inn e decided vogue.
Just how effective the bolero may
be is illustrated in thi- trim Ittle unit
of black and white check in the new
pin.scal cloth. Straps of white linen
trim skirl and jacket, ninl the white
linen waistcoat und relling: collnr add
to it.s springlike ptcttiiiess.
CAR It. Ftb. 22.- -A rt;orted xtatv-
mt by the Austrian ambassador Ih j
MarfrW that tho Montenegrin minis-
torn who bud remained In the eoun-1
trj- proposed thnt Klnt Nicholas I
should authorise them to make pnc '
with the Austrian, has mated l
re Miauchekovltrh, premier und'mln-'
later of fOrelgifaffalra of Montenegro. '
to Imue n statement. It says:
"If the king ami the chief or his '
government were obliged to loavo,
MontoHegro to escape from tho one
in)', after giving strict order thnt I
no negotiations be undertaken with I
the enemy under pretext. It In cer
tainly not llkoly that they would to-1
iIh.v uecept suggestions from persons j
who nro now under coercion by the ;
invudor. The king nml lognl cnbl
net of Montenegro nro In the name pn-1
nit Ion m the klnies nnd govcrninouts !
at HoIkIuii ninl Serbia. Montenegro j
bail been plnreil ly Iter rulers under
the protection of tho great ultlea,
who bnve given aasuratico thnt no '
soparaln negottntloni will bo made j
with tho onemy." i
QUICK SESSION OF
FEBRUARY GRAND JURY
Tho grand Jury for tho February
term of court mot. convened anil nd
Journed Monday, returning seven
truo bills, and four not true bills, In
tho shortest Inquisitorial iomIoii in
An Ovoi-aeaa News Agency dlaimtcli
from Merlin, dated February IT, said
that, according to Information from
the Spanlsb foreign office, the Span
ish ambassador nt Vienna, at the re
quest or the Auetro-lluiigiirlan gov
ernment, had naked the Spanish gov
eminent whether King Alfonso
would consent to servo us Interme
diary between the Montenegrin of
ficials remaining In Montenegro nnd
King Nli'liolaa In France and forward
to the latter the reipiest of the min
ister that they be atithorlctl to con
! we v- yiv vris?
i lilv y ts ' l
S W 7
bzi ii . i i
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
FROM A WOMAN
"BROWNS" SODA FOUNTAIN ,ho ,l""ory r Jark" couy
Tn nr- nnr-ttr-w -rnrw TIlC throat Of fOllllOr Cot
TO BE OPENED TODAY
"Jtiown'K." one of tho most tip-to-ilnte
and fniillnry raila fountain es
tahllshmentH In the state with Mr.
nnd Mm 'a (i. llrnwn ns proprietors
wan opened this morning to the pub
n I ii p .it S o'clock. All dishes, dellca
rlcn nnd confections found In any
high class entering emporium will
bo .served with a cigar storo adjunct.
Tho equipment of the place In
modern In every respect with especial
attention to sniiltntlnn. The public
serving fountain Is of mnhoKiuiy and
Italian mnrblo. The Indirect system
of lighting Is used.
Tho tea room with accommoda
tions for ladles Is finishod In old
and the booths fillet) with
iced seats. The chairs and
in this department are tho
A beautifully appointed tele
phone booth Is also provided In this
ilepnrtmcnt. There are large booths
lor tea parties and other social func
tions The secondary decorative col
ors ure brown throughout. In outflt
Muz tho place the arthttie has been
Kept In mind.
Cut gluss and ltogers Itros. silver
Is lined in the service. Attention will
tie paid to the convenience of lady
The mixing d preparation work
will he In charge of Otto Jeldness.
who Is experienced u this Hue, and
will bo prepared to serve alt new
-easoual dishes as given to the public
y the Tnlted Confection and Cater
ftrown's", the latest business ad
dition to Sledford. represents an In
icHnieut of $.'0'iO.
LOCAL ATTORNEY TO
REPRESENT LAND BOARD
SAMCM. Feb. 22 The state land
board elected O. C. Hoggs, attorney
for tho board from Jackson county to
t-uiceed W. I. Vawter. dweasod.
The state land board has charge
of all state lands, supervision of the
common school fund, wjjleh now
amounts to six and one-half million
dollars, ami makes the loans of the
i-dine, the Interest from which is au
l onioned among the school districts.
They alM loan the 0. A... V. of O.
fond, and Ilurbank trust fund.
The board has an attorney in each
county through whom the applica
tions for loans are made and who
pa.o on the titles and examines tho
i.mdK m he9 necessary.
Medynskl to bring bin charges of al
leged election frauds in order to pre
serve the 'sanctlt)" of the ballot,
failed to materialise.
K. J. Poole, a former handy man
at the Sacred Heart hospital, nnd in
tho limelight last summer for an tin
morclful beating he administered to
a son of S. A. I), l'uter, tho no-called
"Oregon land fraud king" wm Indict
ed for steallug a cow from tho Insti
tution. James McDonald and I,. Iluffoy,
arrested In a Angeles for the theft
of W. II. I.ydlard's Ford, were Indict
ed. K. It. Hughes was Indicted for
forgery, John O'Dowd for burglary,
Frank Heed for larceny, Tobias
Smith for the non-support of his
child, and Cunningham and Hrady for
A not true bill was returned
against J. Frank Carson for mayhem.
who was arrused of biting off the
noo of a neighbor during the pro
gress of a fight last summer. ,
The petit jur sessions will begin1
next Moudac '
There Is nothing thnt will hrlnj com
fort and renewed liojve to the Invalid
m surely ns good news. When tho
vital forces are nt n low ebb nnd every-.
thing acctns tinolcsc, n my of Joy nml '
n.tniminco will Mlmulnto tho weary '
lody to new effort nnd energy. A let-,
ter from n loved ono has turned tho ,
tldo in ninny u ulego of Hlcknesx. Dr. '
l'lcrcc, of tho Invalids' Hotel, Ituffnlo,
V. Y linn good ncw'H for every Buf
fering woman. Wrlto him today unit .
toll him your troubled, and ho will mmil
you Jimt the right ndvlco to restore you. '
to health and bring buck tho roses to I
your clM-eks, nnd without chnrse.
Hii "Tuvorllo I'reucrlplloii" Jam Ixvn I
tho rescue of thousand of mitferliiK
ROYAL SOCIETY LINGERIE
.Inst received the now flesh shade
in the nmde-up Corset Covers, Che
mise, downs and Vests, st tunprd
ready for the needle PRICED 85c
Newest Styles in Spring
Coats and Suits Are Here
You'llfinrt nothing later in up to-the-mlnuto style in tho larger cities,
for wo buy only of Now York representative lines, and in that way get
all that is new almost as soon as they are shown in tho stylo centers of tho
country PRICED $24.50 to $4G.OO.
ONLY ONE OF A KIND
You do not run the risk of 'meeting yourself on the street' when you
go down town, for we confine our stocks to one of n kind, and every suit
a different one, which makes choosing easy.
SPRING COATS IN WHITE AND COLORS
And such a variety to chooso from, in stripes and invisible plaids of dif
ferent colors, very suitable, to bo worn with summer dresses. Then,
too, there is a generous showing of tho ever-popular checks in black and
white. COATS PRICED $12.50 to $27.50.
NOTE Wo spare no effort or expense in making your garments fit as
they should fit. . We maintain only experienced help and guarantee all
work that leaves this department.
Busiest department in tho store is this Millinery Department
something new coming in every day and already this section
looks as though spring was here.
BOYS' BLOUSES AND WASH
The new styles and colors in Hoys'
AVool Blouses, mostly blues and
Have your new corset fitted he
fore you buy your new spring gar
ments, ilus't received several new
stvles in both front and back lace
Corsets PRICED $2.50 to $7.50.
NEW STREET SKIRTS WASH GOODS, 8i3c to
Come in the more staple street Mnko vom. selection now
colors, also plaids and stripes have your garments made J,y,,r
in draped effects; also Misses' "1 l'(1' fo' w'' when -'"
... ..... -n-ornvry Ulw comes tor cooler elotlllj.
lilue Serge SU.rts-PRICED ,nrK(l )at(trns nn,i wn.ri
$4.50 to $12.50. stripes very much in vogue. -
IftiRtnccr mid Contractor
FnKD N. CUMMIN08 flnnlnoor nnd
contractor, 404 M. P. & U. DldK
'Surveys,, cstlmntos, irrigation
drnlnnco, orcbnrd nnd tnnd Im-
ICAltl, 8. TIT MY Onrrnl liimir.in.T
office, c'lrn. Automobile, Arrldcnf,
Muhlllt.v I'.nte tiliuta, ColUin !,
anil Burctv llomlN Kxcclleut ni'n.
Iianlnn, Reed locnl Mrvlce No.
IN'IL'nUIlllAN A I 'TO CAIt CO.
Irfaro Medford dnlly except Bun-
no vor want
We limure (lint our Mnrlnello
lircimrRtloim contain no Imrnifiil In-
women. Many grateful iwtlent hnvu day for Ashlnnd, Tulont and lboonUiK'dl'nia. You will find tho beat nl
taken Dr. llcrw'n advice.
Motbcru, If jour dnuuhtcra nro wcnl;,
lnck niiibltlon, nro troubled with bend
ncliw, liiHsltuilt und nro jwlo mid
hlckly, Dr. I'Icicc'h l'uvorlto l'recrlp
tlou In Juxt wbut they nceil to mi rely
l,wltt Hill lll.k.tlk lii..lltl t . I l.,.lu
checks nnd make thorn utrom; ami excopt Sninlny at 0 a. m., 12:50. 2:30,
hen I thy. 3:30, 4:45 and 0:15 p. m. Sunday
i or nil illncafcca iiiH-ullnr to woninn, ' i0avo Ashland at 9 a. in., 1:00, 5:00
nnd Ift'Sn ii. m.
at 8 . tn., 11:50 n. m 1:15, 2:30,
3:46 and 5:16 p. m. AIko on Sat-
. urday ut 11:15 p. m. Sundaya loavo
at 10 a. m., 4 p. in. aud 0:30 p. in.
Leave Aahland for Medford dally
Dr. I'lerce'tc Fnviiille 1'rewrliillrMi In n I
powerful rcHtomtlve. Durluic tho hut
10 .vwir it lias ImnMieil from tho llvw
tit tvint of thoiiMiuilH of women the imlu,
worry, tulaory nnd dUtriw cuiimmI by
IriHsulurltlwi and dUcaaca ot a fuiul
nluo chunictor. '
If you nre n Hiffaror, If your daiith- !
ter, mother, finer nwil help, nt l)r. i
ricii'u'a Favorite Pit'iiptioii In llijuNl '
or tabkt lurm from any mtxliciuu '
denier to-day. 131 ag Look on iiou- '
nil' UlkonHia wilt fit-e. ,
The iiKKlern improvement lit pill
Ioctor rierco'a Pleasant I'ellcta. Tby
help Nature !ntoad of ligbtiiiK with (
licr. Sick and nervous boudncbti, bill
OUHIIW8, Cfibtlvenowi, and nil derange
nionta of tho liver, atomnch aud bowald '
nre prevented, relieved and cured.
waa tho moat cconoiiiicHi ami bene
Marlnelln toilet jireparntluiiH can
only bo piircbnacd here.
11 .VI It SIlOl'
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Itooni 107 (.'nriictt-Coicy IIIiIk.
Medford. Oregon. I'lionn 057-It.
Start the Day Night
ACORN BRAND BACON FOR BREAKFAST
Kurt a successful day with our succulent, spicy J I AM.
All the leading stores in the valley carry our products.
We Pay Highoat Prices for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs.
CENTRAL POINT PACKING CO.
i If yon contemplate coiiaiiltliiB a
Clnlrvoynnt, two thliiK (boiild bo
tnken under comldoratlou tlio abil
ity ot tho Clairvoyant nnd honesty
of the uiuthoilH. I nm a natural
born medium of 27 years' oxporlunco.
Hut with my wonderful powor 1 will
guldu you nrli;ht on htnlnnea, lovo,
rourtalilp, marriage dlvorco and niln
j lutf. Toll whothnr your liuabnnd,
wlfu or Hweothoort la truo or false,
jwhon and who you will marry, whon
you will soil your property and what
you nro boat ndnptud for. To those
unhappy and dlacoutonted or In any
j trouble, brltiK It to mo nnd I will
jatralKhten It out to your ontlro sat
lafactlon. If you have lot conflnnnce throiiRh
ttnacrupiilutiH clairvoyant, havu n full
Ufa roadlnx, $1.00, und know tho
Opposite Nnsli llotol, I'alni Iltock,
203 East Main Street,
Tho Only Exclusive
in Southorn Oregon
Negatives Made any timo or
place by appointment.
We'll do tho rest
E. D. WESTON, Prop.
"After 'driving mor
than 10,000 m.Ies. I
couldn't find enough
carbon to fill the hol
low of your hand."
T! Jl molorlt vi wril.n it n'lt
J'f.w'ri c. P. jit.i j '. all . i 0
it I.Jr i r jj.ne c'enciui.
'J t.ai U(.ue
iht Shndsrct OilBrfbhr (2.-J
It mJe from eVrtJ Cal.f'J.-nia
Kerolene that gtu into tV r
plution fluinhcr d(i.'t 'h''
wp" into Kumnn. carimn i i i
luK Jepoii. bin afier iu-.,f ' i
inj ii flK-!ni rL, i- '
tuiutJ and pa oui ou rviuit.
Ncal l!m you empiv the era. X
Ce, riMI uiib Z'ulii
INSIST ON HOME PRODUCTS
THESE GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY-KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME f
h n i on ord r -j" ' u
Rogue Spray Flour
Don't take chances on bavin?
hpoilcd or unsatisfactory h.iMnK for
the ali of a fow cents- H'h cheaper
to act beat results AM, the time by
iterai: si'itAon? ri.ont
The niiref lour of finest wheat
tli flour that means health and
USE THE PRODUCTS OF
Rogue River Valley
The Best Made i
Help Home Industry.
H. O. Nordwick, Prop.
rn'clnW1 Medford Noitli M.iln aWd
We Can't Be Beat
when It conies to suillng high
giaile mill work. Whether ou re
quire a plain set of back stairs or a
handsome Bet for the front of tho
housfl you will find them hero to
our liking. You can gat all kinds
of doors and windows, newel posts
;ml bal nstera. posts, columns and eap
itols Iu fact anything that a mod
el n lull! cin make we lia0.
MEDFORD SASH & DOOR CO.
Try Lonanlierry Juice and Sherbets
at the fountains and ice ere par- jTIlGy Reacll tllC People
Patronize tho institution
that maintains tho Largest
Payroll in Medford.
I'lio Best Equipped Joh
Plant in Oregon outsido of
r, 4 , J: ! Ask Your Grocer and Butcher
1AN1U 1 noGur. riverj
8il AND.WATER Thev Are -d&fo They're
and J SMry . .
uuuaATma pipe o o. uome YMsSloY the Best
Qo t8 J. A. SMITH o , i ri-
128 N. Goapo St.
Crown c'$gjjK? Ever
dford tyhit no at thf
Tii nc offi).