Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, May 03, 1916, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DESIRE TO WIN
WILL DICTATE
G.0.PI01NEE
Old Guard Bosses to Be in Alisolule
Control at Chicotjo, and They Will
Name Individual They Think Will
Get the Votes Reactionary Preferred.
ItV OILHOS MAUDNKH
WABIIIXHTON, M 3.- -A iloniri'
in win will rioelile ho will bt tlm ri1
Itttbltenn pumldHntlal noinlnep at CM
co. TIir choice In In I lit' IiaihIk of
tho on non who iionilimUul Tuft
four yonr iiko and If It houlil suit
tlm iMtlltlcul JtitlKiiiPiit tlipy i-ould
nominate Tuft kkIii It la Rlmoltitf.
ly up lo (hum.
Th ctHtMtfl with few except loll"
rn lo h lmnd-iilrkfil, iimrlilne made
'flninmle. I'tmriNM, Hwit, f'rane.
I odne Smoef Ad Ittllec lire (he Reti-H"ni-n
who will HomlHMte Hoovll
i! he lx nominated; or tby wilt nom
iniiif Hughe, PiUrbiinki, Hitrton,
iinnllnir, Wadnworth, Week or Mr-
nil Thev wilt confer and decide
unci thlr deetilon will be carried out
bv the deleffate. It will be a rep
it.ii nld-rahloned" contention
I'lckltiK h Winner
, In dei Idlna what candidate In mont
llkeh to win, IIih republican boMe
will hare in mind several thlnan,
inch an the I 000. onn progreMtve
part vote cit for Hoonevelt four!
I earn aao, the temper of the public
, on the Hiihject of preparrdneM and
other national pollcl, the oiialtitli
ly that a progreMive candidate may
lie named by the convention which
meeta almiiltanpniialy at Hi it Auditor
linn In f'hlcHRo, and the lealalatlvn
lecAtda of catidldatea like llurtnn,
ton, Weoka, PalrlmnKn and Met'nll
Cunaldoratlotm like theae go to the
! ituentloH of a nolldlfled or a divided
party oto
If the lepubllrau bomea think they
can win with n laudlilute like llnr
toii the) will nuiue Iliirtuu rather
than Itooaorelt If they think IIiikIic
would be nicepted by the (iuitr n
a leader of the prcparcdnnM and the
jantl-WllHon lmi, thev will nitiiie
i HuglieM The onl HiliiK llutf lll
catiae I hem to nominate Itooacvtdt
la the belief that he la the beat ran
dldnte for healing the partv split and
conaolldatlng the regular republican
and the progreaalve republican ele
ment and thua aetting the party of
Root, Crane, ut al back Into power
Snus Oiilj lleoln
fluppeea at the November elections
la all they want Thev would prefer
auceeaa with Harding to ancceat with
Kooaevelt, beratiae the boaaea who
control are hopeleaaly reactionary
and they would, like to put over a
weak teactlunar) candidate. The
weaker tho candidate, and the more
reactionary, the greater would be
their power. The Ilantia-McKlnley
regime la their Ideal.
ItooM'veli not going to try to
"atampedo" or "capture" tho tepub
Hear, convention. He couldn't If he
would, and ho wouldn't if he could.
The republican nomliiHtloit la a prlie
of doubtful nlue There la no cer
tainty that the republican candidate
whoever he la will win. Itooaevelt
aupported bj a conalderabln propor
tion of the regular and the progrea
alt otn might win: and then again
he might not. Theie la it ulrong anti
war aentiment In the country, partle
ninth In the went, which make the
outcome doubtful The Told ote
nIkiw that IIiIh xentluieut 1 not for
Wilson nu mote than It Is for Hoom -
veil and If It aheuld be organjed In
to a third party movement there l
no doubt that It would rut Into both
great partte. Which would be more
badl) cut no human being can fore
tell .
.lteiimtle l'nreil
Should the Ixmmmw reject Kooaewlt
and name aome man like Wadt worth
Harding or Moot, the reelection of
Wllaon would be aaanred. Such a
landldate would ran an Marker ran.
Ml the progressive element would
drop away Some would support Wil
son, aome would vole for the pacifist-socialist
candidate, Allen llenson,
and some would stay at home. Tho
progressive parly would no doubt
name Vl ter Mitnllkk or aome Hiirh
man as a prealdentlal candidate and
keep up a skeleton organisation In
the Mates nnd nation. Roosevelt
very likely would go flxhlng. Such
Is the alternative which the repub
lican boHHP face when the) hesitate
to nominate Roosevelt
Will the play good politics or tho
same kind of politics the) pla)cd four
enr ago There la n sa)lng that a
llourboii neer loams and never for
geta In the pnat theno lepubllntii
bosses have shown themselves typical
llouibona. Aie thuv preparing to
nomliiuie ii Hauling or u W'adsworth"
It It not at nil Impossible that the)
.ire
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ROBBERS
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is altendlHg te business In IMs Hy
DYNAMITE SAFE
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' LOCAL AND PERSONAL
damllal U - I.a mi Mux.at fc I ll '
tir (.'reek or, h.rrt, i. here liM-kltia Jacksonville this week.
after his Interests aths JM. Hotel Holland.
J Horn, to Mr. ami Mrs Harry HeAr-1 Many Ashland peopJp are visiter
mond. of Ilend. Ore. (formerly of i along the pike at the street carnival
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this clt ) Mav 2, a boy.
, today.
Sale rra ker- I ie the safe In II
H I'axson'a drug store at Central
Point about 3 o'clock this morning,
smashing the Interior of the building
and breaking many showcases and
window panes The safe was blown
nenrlv across the storeroom.
A littlo mone and a cons-idem Me
iiuantlt) of watches and Jewnln weie
taken, the latter belonging to It m
)an. the Jeweler. The damage to the
Interior of the building and almost
pverv lueaknble thing In It Is ureal" ,
than the value of the goods laKen
lst Stilida) two safe-i raeker
blew the safe of the Ashland Vrnlt
& Produce association, obtaining $2'
In tnone) and a small quantltv of can
ned meat. The work In these two
placet was similar It Is believed
that It was done b experts In the
biisliieitH
No clue In leported b the nilthor-Itli-N
as to the ldentlt of the thug"
Scan b lo beillK made
Experts have declared that a cream of
tartar baking powder is the best to use
because of its healthful qualities.
ROYAL
Baking Powder
Absolutely Pure
Made from Cream of Tartar,
derived from grapes.
No Alum No Phosphate
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Our ANNUAL MAY SALE of WHITE OPENS THURSDAY, MAY 4
This sale will give the women of Medford and vicinity an opportunity to supply their needs for the coming
summer at a great saving. We have spent considerable time preparing for this sale. Most of the goods
offered in this sale were bought before the recent rise in prices and we can assure you that it will be some
time before you will be able to duplicate these bargains
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BiLdl lbSr.T.UL 1 EBLlif arriHi 1
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OPENS MAY 4TH
Great Bargains in Domestics
SHEETS
72x00 ScniiH-il
a Slii't'K win ih liOi-.
39c
sale irii'c,
I'iti'h
Sin iwil rift St'unilfsM
SIh'.'Ij. S1!)0,
worth toilny SUc,
69c
LONGCLOTH
12 yd. jiitM-f, worth
$1.2fl, anlo flOr
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luixi'loth, rj-yniil
V lio'i Aorth l.."D.
Y
Ic pi'lt'0, r- or
lit'r( pl.uJ
s.tlc ppl'(,
ont'li
PILLOW CASES
(ioiul (tuility linen
finihh. 22- valurK,
salo jirit'p, 4Qr
ca.'h . .. AO
12 and n-iiu'h Pil
low Slips, JOOll 1'
ralr. salt' 10lr
LUij
CAMBRIC
.'tli ilicllrs wide, I'lllf
iialit, worth
12 .." salt' flp
priri'. anl vi
PLISSE CREPE
I ''or uiulprwi'ar,
jfootl niialtl, worth
20.-. fortius -ICr
Milcoiih.yil Awl'
MUSLIN
."it! inch fine lilrarll-
cil iti.iltt, worth
10.'. ah
prii'f, y aril
8c
INDIA LIN0N
ru im-hi'h wiilc. fiiif
iimlii, worth 10c,
sale pi ifi, Qr
var.1 01
BED SPREADS
l..liyr sii, fini(l
iialili.oitlil.-J."i. jg
sale price,
I'jti'h
89c
Ucdspri'ad.'s. lai
sic, hoi It I'linmd
anil si all'ipi'd. I.ui
size, j? 1.7") ur.uli,
sale price. ?4 MQ
cadi .... 5l.i0
Maivcillrs Wr,-
spreads, full mi .
worthy:'.. "t .tf n o
sale price "P.TtO
Mai"s'illis I!, il
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pri e, each
New White Goods at Low Prices
Palm Hea.-h Cloth. :tli
spread S.i. qo mq
vwy special vO 0
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hsirt - y u g Tnt,
Undermuslins Under-Priced
Childicn's Shirts
and I)rawi'r. worth
ii to2.")c. sale -Ap
plirr, each l"v
(i (' (iiiwns, new
-Mrs, all sizes,
. Iii'.ip at $.'2),
98c
s.iie jirn-e,
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( In iitise, fine jual-
to hi. rly triiuiiu'd,
w-tt'i 2.00, sale
I 1 1. 1 . each.
at
$1.48
1 . dd liear Coiuhi-
n.it i. ii Suiis, new
-t It s. ver Q- nr
spi. i.il. ea vl'w
(liiWHs, all sies,
er lute iiialit,
worth S."ic, Qp
sah' priic, a. Ut0
Kiivelope Cheiniso,
fine uality, worth
1.2."), sile 'QOp
piiee .. wOu
Flesh Colored
(lown.s. worth 1.7"),
sale irice. &4 Of
each ...: Ql.&O
( 'ripe (low lis, made
of fine Pleisse rl'epe
all sixes, er sje-
f'oi-set Covers made
of line camhric, all
si.e.s, new stle,
worth ooc, rtQ
sale price, ea. v0
Drawers, fine iiial-
ity, nicely trimmed,
worth 7."ie, rQp
sale price, ea. uulj
Underskirts, made
of fine camhric,
nicely trimmed,
worth $1. 7Qp
sale price, oa. vv
l'-HM'lojie Chemise,
jjimmI ipialitv, worth
$1..")0. salt
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Skirts, made etra
wide, nicelv trim- ;
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med, worth 1.2.), t
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sale price,
each. .. .
Hftl !
q.oO. sale ffj jQ
trice, each V--J-w
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Combination Suils, i
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many styles to V
choose from, 2.oo
ipiality,
now
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$1.69 1
Children V Xiyht !
(ioWIIri, all lies,
very R)peial,
each
69c ::
J.
Niht fiowiis, niadi f
of fine lingerie cloth j.
in white .Mud flesh.
special,
each ....
& 1000 vardsnew White
j (SimkK iu fanc
A checks and stripes.
j ital l.V alue, 1 Ap
V nale price, yd. i-"l
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V IW-inch (JalH'rdine,
X fine ipialit), for m'-
V urate skirl. lOv sDp
ifiade, ifuw, vd. 0
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X Organdie and odes
tt for gradtititini;
dresses, hue ijualitv.
from ii5 up lo $t a
" ard.
i'a.iama Cloth, :( iu.
Wide, Used ftt' m.ikiuu
men's utidcrwear,
worth lSe, 101p
sale price, yA. J-2
KUKJ ards Checked
and Sniped Diimtx
for childl'ell'K dresses,
up to 2V allies, sale
price, per Olr
:l) iui h Piiue for
sllltllUi v sKll Is, Up lo
25c
.i.H N.tlllcs, pet
aid
inches wide, for .skirts
and diesM's, 9Q
ven sjiecial, d. Ovi
looo , 1 1 ls fancy
White (ioods, slight l
soihd, woith up to
;".' a a rd, to 1 Q
lean upat. yd. -10 v
'It! and tO-iiK-h l-'ancv
N'odi's and sheer
w luti matt i i.ils, up to
7".. values. an-
i. . aid i(Jf
Pretty New Blouses for Our White Sale
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lKl heautiful New Waists, all well made. new
stvles. ui to 2.10 allies, thin sale, each. 04 A A
at . .. . tpl.UU
loo Women's Lingerie Waists, all siis. m.l
t iimiued, all new stxles. up to $2.50 values, &4 ac
ihis sale, each V--0
Woimu's and Chlldleli's Muldv lilouses. all si s.
gM'd stxhs, real M.00 allies, this sale at.
i ah
79c
$1.48 1
Embroideries and Laces for Less
Kmhroidery Kilges,
fine iualit,. allies ii)
to 15c, wile price, r
in .. .. t
lS-ineh Kiubroidt r
Flmuicings, worth up
to7.V, sale price, 0Q
l"-ineh lCinbroidei
I-'lolUleiugt,, up to
UU values, &4 PA
this sale, yd. vl0J
27-in h Lace FIouih
inus. up to M ."Hi ijfAp
X.lhlt s, now, ,l. itl
Kilet Lace lodgings
for i rimming under
wear, up to 2.)c
values, this sale.
artl
15c
Corset Coer Min
hroitlery, fine Swiss
iiuality,' worth on
7oc, now, yard dJL
lS-ineh fine Swiss
Embroidery Klotiue-
mg, up to $1.2o it
allies, now, d.
Is- inch Corset Coer
l'Jubroider, good
iualit, .")0e
grade, now,
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'jtl. Laces, fine ipial- V
it, lli to l.")e allies, !
this .sale at, per r V
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27 inch fine Xet La-e
Kloiuicings, real i.:o V
79c :j:
values, now,
.ird
:,,. 29c
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I--OMU r.iuorouierv
Klolllleing, Up to ."sl.rjO V
x antes, uns ftOn V
sale, mil .. tOC V
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BARGAINS in TABLE LINEN anil TOWELS
Y "2 in. h .Mi.i'iwtl
Y T.O'Je Luien, Kt
Lae Flouiiiiugs, 27 l
indies wide, tine iiinl-
it.1.7.) allies, nn J
Nile pi ice, ard vOC V
Y r.atternH t HfU'vt
fitmi, wiiHh !",
we
kwA
'j now, per
Y vara
B Viui .t ., . . 1
5 IV' MWWll UlH
jp .. n......i o
J.1UIUU anjvti
fAittcmTfiMIf,
i k Jf"P- ial. j
2") clo llui k Tow
(K, linen and eot
ton iiumiIj fan
Wup auH ix 1 hut
Lath Tout U, tAtr.i
klltfi' Mit ;i"e t
isml J)s!p
iaiK(di'h v "wv
.lust lteeivetl a
kllt HliliUI(Ui of
li.itUT'Mcls. on
SalO ui I0i. '2iii
New White Wash Skirts
' lvrtvi t" W'.ili S'.ui-, InI ttlhii i ,' , ii i
tirt niii !iiM.l .i.i.li hum fm-' Q M OQ
.tmi S")'lll4i?. .ill Mv. ihhI -In ' - jCtSJ
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EXTRA SPECIALS FOR WHITE SALE
Women's White
Handkerchiefs.
erv sie ial,
each ....
2c
VVomeng White
All-Linen Hand
kehift's, vervo
Women's White
Lisle (ilow.s, er
Z?" "t 25c
Children's White
1Iom all sic.s,
gIMHl US lllOIxt 25c
Women's White
Fiber Silk llo.si
sei ial at,
pair
56c
Women's Xe k
Wear, Hew stles,
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Kaxser's White
Silk (Moves, r)
sn'ial. ir. tfvi
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Women's fine
LisW White Hose,
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s'i ial at.
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5c!;:.:.-1""'. 15c
tiw.
-p" ial :,!,
25c
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19c!',;
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