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FIRST PICTURE OF THE WILLARD-MORAN CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT AT flEW YORK LAST IATUAOAY
meiU.IN', March 31 The Prussian
hovn of lord U unable to share the
pnrcriiiMfint's views an expressed Ih
the Norddeutsche titling February
13 that only tho relehstnR la compe
tent ,to discuss tho empire's foreign
affairs. This declaration la sot forth
In n statement issued In behalf of
both factions In tho homo.
The hoiiFO of lonU, It la added,
recognise, however, that any such
discussion must take Into consider
atlon the military situation, and lim
its Itsolf accordingly. I'nrtlculnrh
must tho lino bo drawn at matters
affecting tho omporor's power to com
mand. Th" lords declare that while fullv
recognizing the extraordinary difficul
ties of tho problems prosonted. thej
hold tho view that "mistakes have
been made In various directions In
the internal policy."
. Tho declaration montlons especial
ly the doslre for an Improvement In
mensrrcs nf footing the nourishment
of the peoplo and centinues:
"It Is also regretted that tho ex
ecution of the censorship has bcou
uniform overywhero and especially
that It has frequently limited, with
out adoqilntd ground, dlicusalon of
w'nr alms where patriotic sentiment
clomamled an oxtonslon of Gorman
might. The house of lords oxprosses
tho expectation that In tho future
consideration will be granted to these
widely hold sontlmnuts, so far as tills
onn possibly be done with duo re
gard to tho war situation."
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RAILROAD MEN IFARMERS' CLUB
RAISE IN WAGES
ruflTI.NM'. Ore. Mnr Ii M
KollowlnH series of runT"! em e
vlth icimitlJt ! from lb Order of
Hnllttat Conft'irtors and the Mrofliet
hood of Ksllrosd Trainman, offl inl
et the Oreaon-tt'aahlniiton Hnllrnl
unit Navigation tympany annoum ed
nilu that a general lncrae ir
w.ikts to conductors and tirakomi n
bad bpvn granted.
The inrrwta range from 30 cents
to wo cents pr day and affect ap
(,'oxlinatelv 750 employ of the road.
Nt Including the Increased compen-,-iilon
lor owrtlme, the company lll
iw out $:ifl.000 more a year In
wages The agreement has no con
mii'dlon with tbe demands present
d Msterda bv the so-called lllg
Tour unions In New York.
Maternity! Tho 1
Word of Words
IfUvrrllfrti nt .1 . ', ttpecfathMS thai
moihciluHMl Is the inw ulillm aceon-
f.'l-hiiM-nt. As. I If
tt ri u nnrtMna, w
m iii-r m mmptf
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If nnr uttrn. ft It an
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n i" tnmtmt Ma
ex' c ' ml mother. It
a I ' tlnr. Al snrh
l "t rrmlf enllnl
'M 'l!pr PrlBml."
t MTtjr It mwr ttxi
( "-1 l mnrlt. Jt l
ft ' , rubbr.J mi Um
K"'fiHf, aid nkn
thl rrlUrw tt.o lntn on II.- nwntx. natnrni
itp-i. n tnkri p'.ne nlthut tmln ffnt
upon Iho nrrtw. Ami M th tlm ap
' prntrhmi, tbe wlml lim ron ltnti a pe
rlct of rtnf, of gritM npatuwr, sml
' H Wm mh MmmMtlonnl Influence wpnn ISn
fstiire cbiM. Tlmt tltla hi true U crlilrnml
br ttw fact that three ireneratloiu of tnothrn
i tTe Ml himI rmimmntlnt "Molhefd
I Prteml." At. ymir iwnrmt itrunM for a
lttl of tbla Htlrndld tmmly. lid will gtt
It for )ihi. Ami tlwn urlta to llrmlMd Itrgv
iiktor Co., 40T I.nmnr Ilhlc, Atlsnta, Oh.,
fur a nxMt Inlrrmtlnc Uwk of InfnrmatKin
I to pnt-iwvtUe nxillHrn. It l Mallftl free.
Write totlay. It Ii a book you will cajor.
C& 1 ii..T ' i)"i KA
Bulk Crackers, lb.
Corn Starch. 2 pkys.
Gloss Starch, 2 pkys...
Celluloid Stnrcli, pkQ.
Elastic Starch, pkg
Crystal White Soap, rioz..
A B Naptha Soap, doz..
Belt: Dust. 25c sue
Citrus Washing Powder, 25c size. 20c
Ark Laundry Soap, 8 bars 25n
Snrlnjj Clothes Pins, iloz. 5
Large Roll Toilet Paper , , . 5i
Snpollo, 2 bars 15c
Bon Ami, 2 liars lc
3 boxes Hatches 10c
20 M. Team Coan Chlps ,. . - 25c
Wool Soap Chips, 25c size.
I Ball Blueing
I Ammonia, bottle .
- ; Old Dutch Cleanser
(icniye llclinn IiioiikIiI tours to
ninny e.ven in n j'towded Iioiim' lit tin
Star tlisnter lm-t nijl)t in "The
Alien." It is n powerful piny, np
penliuir intoimitleutlv to the strong
est ImniMii emotion of sympathy, in
termiuj'.leil with pity, the two uivrxiiiir
in the finale to mi expresniou of tie
liglit rt n fjood man's triumph over
' "The Alieit" iinmenne'lv ploiiaeil n
largo einHil at Hie Star last iiilit,
unit it will probalilv, tt iMt u Imirc
house tonight. Hebau, in the role of
the Italian who i aeeused of kidnap
iiiK when lie goes to a flower shop to
liny a rose for his dead hIiiIiIV grave,
(iHrrien Ins diftlcult wnt to a splcii
ilid olimax, in which he touehes the
limit of fine emotional netinif.
Sob were heard in the Hinliewe
during tho film scene in the tenement
between the Italian and bin daugh
ter.. This wat. strong teatiiaonv of
the remarkable work of this great
Tho evening service of tho Meth
odist church will bo held In tbe Nat
atorlum t K o'clork Sunday ovnnlnx.
The Tutkoitoe male quartet will pro
vide the music. These won aro from
the famous school for eoloral people
founded In Alabama by Hooker T.
Washington, the greatest colored wl
uoator and statoanran of 'his da.
Thu addros of the evening will be
glvon by Prof. Johnson of the Tus
The young men aro the host col
ored singers In tho south. Tho pro
gram will be most Interesting, enter
taining and Instructive. The public
is Invited to hoar It. The usual oven
lag offering will bo taken.
The change is trade from the
church to the Natorium In order that
a larger number of people may he
things HMenary to Incorporate the
district and submit to the people the
problems' to be solrwl by popular
(Continued from Page One)
L II. Nutting, ueneiul pnenger
uge.it of the Southern l'm-ilie com
pany, with l.eitiliiiiaiteis m New
York, accompanied bv Mr. Nulling;
!'. '. I.Hthrop, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Southern I'aeifiu
ut Sun Francisco; .1. II. It. Parsons,
general paxscugcr agent of the Sun--et
and other systems, with olfieog at
Houston, Tox., and It. .1. Smith, dis
trict freight agent of the Southern
I'ncific nt Sacrnmeuto. arrived in
Mt (I ford on the H:'20 train thU iiioiii
intr. ueiHimpHiiied liv, O. V. KiHimr.
agent for the Southern raeiliu nt
A. S. Itoocuhaiim. iiucnl fir the
Southern I'aeific in this eitv. met the w than b store.1 Is Ss.MiO acre
lrtv here with his motor ear nntl , " ciibl of lrrlrftlB fromO.-,
gave them n sightseeing trip about 00 5.0,, riM- Thl tKe
the filv and the fruit districts of this capacity will ronulre a dam 75 fet
imrl of the vallev. M,h, for bleh an abundance if the
John M. Seolt. general passenger bst mwterlals Is at hand. I
agent for the Southern 1'aeihc at U lrKsd to eonslriKt a canal
IN.rtlHiid, came in on the 1 0 s-I. lntiHf sufficient rapacity for all needs
from the north mid was joined Iwre-from the reservoir to Oreen Springs
hv the entire imitv for h visit to the , mountain pass, a distance or zu nines
Ashland park, Lit Ilia
water bus been obtained from tbe
state. Should additional water be
needed In future, it limy be easily ,
had ft om the waters of lllg Drew and ,
Doiulwocxl crooks, which would in-,
crease tho aroa of the watershed to ,
RO squaro miles The official meas-i
uromont of rainfall In that area Is'
given as Sfi.r. Inches. I
(JitNit 'ol"ni of Witter I
From measurements the annual I
run-off has been found to bVlH.flfiSj
acre feet. Taking 0 percent of that I
ia low estimate.) the quantity of1
SIOUX CITY. Mar. 81. Joe Klrby
lawier. and democratic politician of
' this city, toils) entered complaint In
the office or the attorney general
i asking that the license or Supreme
I font t Justice Samuel C. Polley to
, practice law In South Dakota be re
BF YOU DESIJRE A '
Onys vvo san't hslp but look
beltsr "and feel bsUer
after an Inside bath.
"Where can I find an
OWL cigar?" Only a
stranger would ask
The OWL is sold in
practically every city
and town along the
Coast and by practi
cally every dealer.
To look one's boat and feol one's best
Is to enjoy an Inside bath each morn
ing to flash from tho system the pre-,
vloim day's 'atto, sour fermentatlous
and votaonou toxins before it Is ab
sorbed Into tho blood Just as ooal,'
when It burns, loaves behind a cer
tain amount of Incombustible material
In the form of aahos, so tbe food and
drink taken each day leave In tho all-
certain araouui oi
ter which Ihev will have luncheon in
In the afternoon the party motored
to (Irniits Pass, having made n fairly
KKU.OUO. Idaho, March 31 The
Ilunkor Kill and Sullivan Mining com-
iwny will erect a smelter here. sc-Jcd here.
cording to a telegram received here
today from Stanley A. tiaston, man
ager of the eompany. from San Fran
qjseo, where the headquarters of the
eompany are located.
The smelter will enplo) from 3(0
to 500 men and will lie completed,
It 1 1 expected, within three months
moHtarv nruulia H
uu... .....L i IhenoM bv nieaus of a tunnel about . IndlifnaLlbte material, which if not
; ,k, .,,,,.,: ,m:, ,',,,.,...,. ,t. i h ";"... is--j-, aBW.iSvR!rta
w ,..,.., ... .....-... w...., i tnrougM tj,0 very nucts wmen are in
then to divert at a suitable point on tended to suck in only nourishment.
Emigrant creek below Wagner to sustain the body.
anriiin ill a mifMrlm.l elMMtlnn lo I If 'w" wu"t Ut IM0 " gl0W 0t
spriuga. at a sumrieni eierauon 10 . .. ,,,. , Vllll- Phoek. to boa
. . .... . .. iti.. .ii .. ik. .H.l.lM lu.l ,.r i.u "x ."' . . . "
complete tour or two central pari oi ,wnnn n "i i ! tn mn Jour tMn KCl riearer ami clearer, yuu
the valley. Ashland end of tbe vallev as far do u arc told to dilnk every morning upon
The visitors expressed mneh pleas- a. the Hogue Klver Canal company. Ju,";n,,!!0.tone"ShW.iSn
ur in ine inp wim gni nosen
haum and Kramer ami were profuse
in utterance of surprise and grntificn
tiou over discoverv that the valley
it. which Is a harmless means or wan-
All Kmmoi' Id (,'et Ktisv ! . Hut wkhI material and toXlttS
Every iri-on In a crowded ball ap-1 frm the stomach, liver, kidneys and
poared , be directly Interested In the . AJ'SSXS:
has made substantial progrcs during I problem then being solved All seem-. if,, putting more food Into tho sUm,
the iMt lew veurs. notwilhstiiuding i od eager to got busv In a infinite way i nek
the unfortunate intervention of two I to begin to produce tangible results.! Men and Imh -with p 0' ".
Hpeakers urged that no time be lost pfc,!,,, tjg t10e who wake up with
In Idealising the existence of the Tsl- K coated tongue, bad taste, nasty
nt Farmers' club and its eanaclty to! breath, others wno are bothered with
I .... . baadacbes. b lions siieiis, aciu siomacu
!lo big business at once Therefore, I nlpatlon should begin this phos
I those directing that feature of the j pbated bot water drinking end are
ork will proceed at ome to do the, assured of very pronounced resmu in
or three hud seasons.
U. S. TROOPS DEFEAT VILLA
(Continued nom page one)
fore the battle the American purees
marched throughout the lute iluv ami
all night, ma king u march of fittv
five miles through the chill of the
mountain night in seventeen hours.
Several Villa prioiiers were taken
iu the engagement, the exact number
not being indicated iu reiMtrt weiv-
Also a number of Carrunxn
soldiers who were being held with the
bandit ' forces awaiting execution,
were liberated and are assisting the
Ainencuu torce in the pursuit.
.n I'll or Itout
The Villa flight after the engage
ment was on utter rout, arm and
euuiiMiient beim.' thrown awuv bv the
1IJL T l I Mexicans in their haute. Two machine J
Why Tolerate Catarrh? TTT'z:
on h.iveiKttii id.no dult, that any I)odd' trce-.. The dead and wniiud
cotd aggravates nasal catarrh, and the ed Villutas were lying about the held
flow of mucous amazes jou that such , over which the American's fought.
objectionable matter could find lod-and Colonel Dodd's resirt aid that
ment n jour head. To ignore this i-haps the etimsne of thirtt killed
eatarrh when the cold subsides is I was low.
wrong because it continues to slowly The names of the Anieneuns
wijurc the delicate linings of the nasal j woimded were not contained iu the.
(Msuges and tlog them up. dispatches, but it a reiwrted that .
ro corractcaurrh, cleanse the no- none of the men was ,n a dangerous '
tills frequently with a solution of warm ..ondaion
CLOGS THE KIDNEYS
Take a las of SftlU if your Back hurts
of Ubwlder bothers you Drink
mere water. '
ana or two H eks
A quarter pound of limestone pbos
ihale costs very Uule at the drug
store but Is suttlclent to demonstrate
that Just as soap and hot water
cleanses, puriflea and freshens tbe
sklu on the outside, so hot water and
limestone phosohatc act on the Insldo
organs We must always oouslder that
Internal sanltutlon Is astly more Im
portant than outside cleanliness be
rniic tin- M n ircf 'I" not ubsorb
Impurltl's ln'.i the Wool, while tho
Two III One Shoe or Stove Polish 8c
Pure Lard, Medium size 75c
Pure Lard, Larrje size $1.45
Crlsco, small size 28c
Crlsco, medium size 55c
Crlsco, large size -
Cottolcnc, medium size
Cottolcnc, large size
Wesson Salad Oil
Puro White Flour, ncr sack
Red Cross Flour, per sack
Graham Flnur, 9-lu. sack-.
Whole Wheat Flour, 9-lb. sack
Rye Flour, 9-lb. sack
Pancake Flour, 10-11). -
Wheat Hearts, IO-lb
Hominy, 9-lb. sack
Rolled Oats, 9-lb. sack
35c pkrj. Rolled Oats or Wheat
20c pkg. Ralston Bran
z 10c sacks salt use
2 25c sacks Salt 35c
5-lb. can Karo Syrup
10-lb. can Karo Syrup
Vi gal. Tcagardcn Syrup
I gal. Tcagardcn Sy dp
qt, can Log Cabin Lyrup
water and salt, insert vaseline on re-
If you must nave your aiest every dsy,
est it, but Bush your kidasys with salt
eeessUMially, says a noted authority '..
talk us that meat forms uric sehi whe-li
almost purah'M- the Lnlnr la their ef
forts to exp-l it from tbe blood. 'lh-y
become sluggmh sod wtaksa, then )
suffer with a dull misery ia th kln-
region, sharp pains in the baek cr tick
headache, dizziness, your stotaaeb sours,
tongne U ousted snd when tlm weotlir
is bad yon have rheum&tie twinges. Ilia
uiiae gets cloudy, full of oediment, t'te
okasntU often get sore and IrriuteJ,
aUlgiag you to wsk relief two or three
time during tbe night. lor P u'lant
To neutralize these Irritating oeids, to popular.
eteanas the kidney sad flusa off toe
body's urinous waste get four ounce of
Jud Salts frum any pharmacy here;
take a Ublespoonful in a gloss of
water before breakfast for a few dsys
and yor kidneys will then act flu. Tbie
famous salt is made irom tbe sold of
Complet, Fresh and
ORANGES, LEMONS, GRAPE FRUIT
GOOD GOODS EFFICIENT SERVICE
Marsh & Bennett
Phone 252 East Main Street
Vt gal. can Log Cabin Syrup..,
I gal. can Log Cabin Syrup $l.2t
2-lb. can Molasses 10c
25c can K. C. Baking Powder 20c
I lb. Royal Baking Powder .43c
25c can Cocoa 17c
25c cake Baking Chocolate. 19c
35c can Ground Chocolato 30c
Vt lb. Upton's Tea 33c
I lb. Llpton's Tea JQ3c
50c Bulk Tea, lb. 37c
Japan Rice, lb. BjC
Head Rice, lb. 8c
Macaroni, lb. OyjC
Bulk Cocoantit, lb. 25c
Astor Milk, doz. 07c
Holly Milk, doz 90c
Carnation Milk, doz 95c
Canned Peas, doz.
Canned Sugar Corn, doz
Canned Tomatoes, selected stock,
Shrimp, can 12c
String Boans, can 10c
Sauorkraut, can . 10c
Hominy, can 2c
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, 3
5-oz. can Good Oysters, can
G-oz. can Royal Club Oysters..
L. & P. Worcestershire Sauce-.
5 Ibi. Strained Honey
26 lbs. Prunes
Jest Cane Sugar, 12 Ihs.
Best Creamery Butter. 2 lbs
1 3 lbs. Largo Walnuts
Kerosene Oil, 5 gals.
Cider Vinegar, pi.
Seeded Raisins, pkg.
Sweot Pickles, nt.
Gr.ipe Juice, pt
Grape Juice, ttt.
Easy io Handle
1 z Costs Less
3 Always the Same
.W-. Bnu."V T,"?." T I "Prt- Mi"te tbat Villa 7 sod lemon Jules, enmbined with
ttnng, and take a spoonful of Scott's had paraled his MW mtn into small JhaW std h bn umd for generations
K mill&lUi l Imr tnwflle 1t Ani lout! - a A L. I .tl...!.!. .I..n..l. LU.....
EmnUwn after meals int om month. ' a7 ..7hfU . n a different d
5.'. ,. .u..u .u lji . ri , bands, eaen fleeing in a diltereut n
beott's acts through the Mood to fed i
the tissues, and contains soothing
glycerine to check the inflammation
ind bl tbe i-nniii u . ii?rn. -Nott's
i- fiU iviiit 1. t A
nctii.n. and that tin- hfuidit lniii.M.
Hitb u tew ( ho-en I'Jhiwt'r. .i In
ftl' loltCll 'l II . I ..111 Mill I
'l.llt I ,11 I I l.l t I 1 i
, .1 II. .l...
to lush sad stisaulste sluygisb kidneys,
also to neutralise the acids ia urine,
m It no lonptr irritates, thus eodiiig
(fid hdltf .4 in i.iiihi rnn .t ia
l. 1 ml . ' K''tful eff. r . rat
i vxt yrSv disr
llljfelBIl, I . j SOLUBLE SULPHUR
13 i, nurm sin
I I AH M T Oi '
u gin i uiiiwi-ai flu ' Ymi Snravetl For Scale ltt Scstioo. ----
And Yet You Failed. Whjr? MV-rqffi
WR ?,ii M mm h e mi" '- ' " "" "1 WIrina i
m. uJuwi. Ws ' r sin.t kJ --LcJ "
O , IT IS SISHT. IT BSrt THC WORK. HlULYi 'i
m. Wli hmUIm m SI iSl SCAII ANU V J8! . I 1
V p.Att v" WUh. A " ' -J 1 i
Wk iiuvs '-"WW ' "" ""'.' I
smiui riiiij d&n ' '
Chick Foh 100 His.
Lima Beans, Ih.
Sklmiw's Macaroni, pkg.
Skinner's Spaghetti, pkg
Skinner's VerwIcelH, kfj .
Skinner's Egg Nootlls, pkg.
Oyster Shell, 100 lbs.
Good Csflce, 2 lbs.
Peabwry Coffee, I to.
Fancy Asparagus Tlfa, ean 83c
Fancy Asparagus, Irrrg cnrt25c
Fancy Maine Corn, ean J4c
Fancy Camwd Frulta, tart Sfc
Asserts Preserves carti, 10
25c Irottle Mma .
25c bottle Lema .
YolabAit raittE, 4 ns
Cawpfeell'a &oupa, 3 ansj
ivory Biarcit, pKg;.,
Platinum Nklaces with Mrulint
of precious stoaaa are espei Ulh a
ceptable, and of these we are muking
a spetialt r
P H Ion t fail to see ouJr line of
Broc hen In !lttlnuiii and km-i-u koIiI
Martire J. Rfiddy
Tin. ji:ui 1 1 it
'-I i ii - ' - , I I uMK
J ' I l l V -II. I I
O.ir noxt pnt'o lisfcttill be in thts
.aicr next Friday. Keep this ono un
til then and compare it with aiyr
price you can ??nd. They are Itr
f o. b. Medford than auy othsr,
o Supply Go.
33 N. GRAPE ST.
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