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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN IN'f)KPUNpKNT NUWHPAI'liSR.
PUIIMHIIUU UVftllY AKTHHNUON
KM'BPT HCNDAY HY THIS
AlKOKOItU I'ltfNTlNQ CO.
orrice Mnll Tribune Uuftdlne. 26-17-1!)
Noiiii Vr Mtroet. tol plion 7fi.
Matt. Thrt AIMfilril Ti luinrt. TJie Month
eri OrcRQDlHli. Til Aalilaiul Tiiliuuu,
thf Med ford
OttOHGIC I'UTNAM, Kdltor.
Ona year, by niaii
Onn mniilli. lit mnll
I'nr month, deiivrrt by cnrrwr in
Madron). I'lioenlx, Jackaonvlllo
and Central I'olnt .. .?f
Saturday only, liy mall, pr yoAr... 2.00
Weekly. KT year .. . ....... 1 0
OfYlalnl Pauer or. llm City of MedrartL
Official I)er of .TarkHon f'miniy.
Hntered aa acoiid-alaaa matter at
MrtJfpnl, Ontffon. undir tho hoI of March
flvroni Circulation for 19U 2468.
Ifull leuaad wire Associated I'reaa ilia-pntcABa,
r " ' jl ? tit : -..
OF SINISTER PORTENT
Wtfion Iho Bnuo of Ojntor liny liu
Ktim lo KtlU ithotit n IdiiK with u
liiiino llko Akok, It's lliuo for tlm
jiuiulnrn to Iihvo HoinntliliiK to any
about thu aaht miBo'a w oil-known lovo
Jtmuomhur thu noli! wiw
Jt loukH llko wlila'toy, ,
,11 tnkti'H llko whlakoy, ,
It 18 wlilakuyT
;woll, by HiibHtlttittiiK tho Hjiionyin
WHkoii for tho word whlHkoy you
nilcht whang out a corking political
'I'litiiiltR, .InlfV, hut wo loft our
tool chcHt nt homu and anyway wo'ro
afrnlil It would turn (o ho an tin
corking whlniHy If wo hud much to
do with It.
VTy Popular Science,
Slnllstlos Hhow that (horn nro ul
nioNt an many Holf-iniitlo hlouilo ua
lhnro a ro HulNmadu mini.
If water flowed uphill It would ho
very wut on llm top of I'lko'v l'wtk.
Thorn nro four w onion lo ovnry
man In part of Now Kupliuul which
account of tho low niiirlon paid to
Mclmnl tenohui-a In Vonuoiit nud Mna-
Tha goal if cup cuatanl could ho
rut ro per et If It could bo nimlit
without tKM, but tliniiaauila of hfiiH
would be ihrywn nut of wuik If h
Miliatttute wart iHvanlatl.
Tim Wnuihir of Wiir ('iiruaHiiittime
(Kram A luteal Any larr.)
II) ajMUcUl C0riMHIUllHUt.
HON BUM llCIt K IN fUANCMJ. .lima
:3. Itatwaou yeatanlwy tho Oerinaii
tirtlllwy Miulntnlned h utrwon of fliu
hetwMH thu first Hum on Bttetor 10
iiortUweil of Hill OK hi tin rwfluu
uroiinU Uko 13. Tho intni), lu-
uutry uuwiKiMi the mou In (ho flrat
lino of tretirhw nouthwtl of Hill si!
In Bwtor 1 1, rtpi'llii pmgraiM wwat
uard ou tb MlrM fUuk of tko ad-mu-lMi
rrHh lHfMtr holding u
position on th oMthniH lopo of Hill
M Thu IVeiicli t'litltu thHt Nil t-liM-kH
broke down under thlr urttl
ltry f1t. Tho avrwaiM rlwtiH that
they gulnml 10 utrM of trunettwa
WIUtllMMt of lltll VI.
(Wo gKtuar flow till that tulto a
Hcrap h fught,)
TJIK OUI'XJOXIAX is proving its loyally lo Uu- o
oriiincnt tf the LTnitcd Stalcn in Uu- present foreign
crisi by denouncing President Wilhon as "assessors to all
the hloodshed, rapine and starvation in Mexico," heeausu
of the preKidenl's efforts to keep the nation at peace and
afford Mexico an opportunity to right her own wrongs.
This journalistic accessory of copperheadisiu indicts
(he president for refusing to recognize government by as
sassination under Jluerta, and remarks:
That net brought upon tho wretc hod country all tho inUerln that Imvo
followed. H that act ho hpgnn lo Intorpvnnu. Ills failure to FOLLOW
IT III' IIY AU.MI5U INTHItVICXTIOX MAKK8JI1M AN ACKBSOItY TO
Aid. THIS HI.OODBHKI), JIA1MNI3 AND STARVATION WHICH JIAVM
Mexico had been lorn by revolution for some years
when Ifuerta usurped aulhoritv bv assassination and eu
deavored by a regime tf murder to restore the tainted
tyranny of Diaz (hat created the Mexican revolution.
Iluerta, the assassin, was the chosen instrument of the
reactionary clique that viewed the heritage of the Mexican
people as loot the blood-stained agent of privilege. .Fol
lowing his fall, the organized propaganda of American mil
lionaire concessionaires to force armed intervention by
the United States to sacrifice American lives and Ameri
can dollars to redeem their ill-gotten speculations was
There is nothing to indicate thai recognition of the
blood-stained tyrant by President Wilson would have re
stored peace to bleeding Mexico. Ner people would have
been further wronged and robbed by a ruling clique, heed
less of everything save their own gluttony, intent only
upon extortion and exploitation. l
The lOuropean conflagration demands that the tlnited
States keen pence with Mexico if possible, holdinir in re
serve her strength for possible complications abroad. .For
this reason tho United States has shown a patience, and
forbearance towards her crippled sister state of Mexico
that, would not have been shown in normal times, n.nd it
will be Mexico's fault if war is now precipitated though
war seems almost unavoidable.
The treasonable, malicious utterances of copperhead
newspapers like the Oregonian, whose narrow perspective
includes only the domains of special privilege and political
advantage, which do nol hesitate to preach the gospel of
discontent and dislovaltv lo further partisan ends, erent-
i; 1 J 1 l ! 1 1 ... i t i i
mg uitst'iiru in iioiiic aim lauiung wie name 01 uaireti
abroad, is of more sinister portent to the nation (ban the
divided allegiance of hyphenated citizens.
DANIELS' GOOD WORK
E TO AVERT
NURSERYMEN OF COAST
Th I'Hclflc CwMit NurMryHiMH'M
HKMuclHtlmi rliMtMl IU fourttwuth hu
iiunI WMtliiK lt ulKht. with thu
I'lwllon of officers mid thu t'lotlon
or Tnmhuii, WmIi . uk th nnt moot
lux pine. Tbn offliw Hliettd dim:
l'rdHt, K W. Wlgilns, Toppeulah,
Wash.; vlco-priwIilanU, II. A. Milch
oil, Orancfl, Or , A U. WItT. Oihiw
Valloy. t' . A. IHx, Ho) . I tHb.
CIki. T. liHMkM. ('ultlvkfll liUho,
1) J. TlibK. IttllliiM, Moiil . V. II
llurghehMiti. Suiuuor. Waab . Itlchard
Urlti. Victoria. II. C; eirtii)
IralHUar, C A Tonuaaon. Tuioiim,
WHb.; luenitlr i uouuulttat. A
lrwJI. l'rtUttd. Q. v UMUdliiB,
Vtmm, t'al.. b4 . A. UllUr, Mlltou.
THa final Mtuloo waa net aowplal
Nl until nii4ulbt, uud uiMit t th
,liMt left for bom thla Hiorului.
A iafllutla was autoptfd Hitantllui
thHka (9 tb rlt for tha boaultulily
ad MtMrtaay axteudad. Had votod tha
MatiH on of tba uutat rofltalle In
tbe hlatory of tba aoalaty.
Thuraday attaruoau tha dalacAta
Ilatttna to an adtireaa by 1'rof. K ('
IteliMtr of ilia smuthwrn Oraaoa Kx
).!. wt itatUa, and aftarard !
i&4 lh) itHtlea.
Th dHisulel aoip 4,, Hken oil u
ttlp tliiouah Hit of. taij itmimla,
itVr vhifb ilic ri ciuit((iu ! gi
rtntG&tu nti lo N S HOi'iiuri
HPAVO years ago, on the recommendation of Secretary of
- the Navy .losephus I )aniels, congress was induced to
pass an act providing for the appointment of fifteen en
listed men to the Naval academy each year.
Officers of the navy wero scandalized. Heretofore
common persons had never entered the sacred gates of
Annapolis, ror a common sailor lo be permitted to aspire
to become an officer of the navy was unheard of. And
Daniels was roasted.
Nevertheless, Daniels got the law through, and the fiist
examination, held about six weeks after the law was en
acted, resulted in the qualifying and appointment of lie
enlisted men. Uist year eight men qualified, and this year
it is announced twenty-three enlisted men have just passed
the examination. As the law only permits the appoint
ment of fifteen, Secretary Daniels has written to the chair
man of the senate and house committees on naval affairs,
requesting congress to authorize the appointment of all
twenty-three. In the meantime, the appointment of the
fifteen who stood highest will be made immediately.
The increase from five men to twenty-three in three
years demonstrates the efficiency of the educational plan
put into effect by Secretary Daniels when he took up the
duties of secretary of the navy. For this also he lias been
Notwithstanding the criticism under Daniels' adminis
tration, the imv for the first time in its history has re
cruited its strength up to the number authorised by law,
and actually has had a waiting list.
It may he that treating enlisted men decently, provid
ing educational advantage and opening some opportuni
ties to llieni for advancement to positions as ufficers is bad
for the navy, hut iTso, then we are strong for that kind of
u bad navy. We have too long tolerated the1 caste svstem
in our army and nvy, inherited from uionarchial con'tincii
tal countries where an "officer and a gentleman" is pre
sumed to be m iionyuious with a person of the ruling class.
'rhe French army and the Swib army do not find that
il militates against discipline for officers and men to asso
ciate on terms of equality when not engaged in strieth
inilitan duties. And our caste sslem of military snob
ber is inconsistent with our profession of democracy ami
cqualih, and ha-, much less excuse for existence in Amer
ica than a similar MMeiu has had in llurope.
in- df tlmiika fur tha tn'uluicnt
-li.n the Oihiuhhk intrnNl from the
The HMr Hint out th iMH'uluir-
lltc Khmer of u nuwuu ruic u.
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mm mo (-(Huwauuer oi im uinuix.i
'ti.iti couitnifti'd uu olfauee
MAHUIH. .lime jt (i,nt ii tucM
aud riiriuMU uu iii.initi'-Uii ,i( i i lu'
uit of I lie (li'iimiii uhniiiiiiie li
Vph Nih.i,,. Hit riisuii
Win L- i 1 1 v i.
inti uiitlionKl r b cuteriui; ilu
l'rt uud cumMiniiieHiiiitf with tin
tli uu, .ii Intel lied -Ii iti Kum.i In i ,,
the S..uHi ii. i ii initlioiitn - n ,
('liiliiyeiui hem nix h letter t Kniu i
AKuoiu. It.Mii Hip (Ivrai.n min.r.' M..,il iVmucra nve
111 I.iheinl i keiniil e(nitiini!; lh? Th Vedford and Ml I'lu ( ur
exil.iii.lioii ili.il tlh It Her i nien
JOHN A. PERI
trbmtm M. t u4 47Jjf
Ah.hq til, Mi mm Sirii.t
ItyllKjaUlM wrU lWo
n.jin iM, Mt $
ii i i
I iiuiiesiiou. wppaeKfuft
i iruUdiL U5uatalUlnii.iiU
NKW YOltlC, .liinc J I. -A mini
iiii'iit lo cull it contereiieo of Ann'ii
I'dn and Mo.vicnii I'ilixcim in I'll I'urxi
in uu orrort lo avert war with Mux
ico whN niiiioiuiL'cd todnv Iv the
Aincneiin Union Attaiut Militiinnn.
Tin- iinioitV cxoi'ittiu roiuuiiltcc nt
toy un iill-niglil xenioii went ttdc-
griim In Wlllluni .1. lir.vitn, David
Sin it Jortlnn mid Finnk J Wllt of
KitiiMiH Cit.v, urxinir tliom lo proceed
at once to I''l l'nxo and offering to
defray tlieii' (xMii"i, which it wim
stilted would In) met bv a i'tiiul to be
t'uipcil h,v "voliinlorv contiihulions
from Auu'rionim mill .MoxicniiM uliko."
Htmilnr lulirnrnx wine ncnt lo Dr.
All, editor of it Mexico Cilv weekly;
Lou in Manuel Ifojitx, diicetor of tlio
national lilirnry at Mexico Oily, n ml
MihIpmIo It. Colliind, n Mcxicuu edi
tor in New Yotlc.
No ditto wiih. Hot r luu Muxx"tcil
meeting. The purniiM's of tlio union,
It )'m stilted, nit) not only to delay
hoHtihtioH, hut to piomotc tiiedmtion
ami lcliovo tlio niliiiition nlinii; the
11 nan lililiolineed lliul lelejcniniH
liml been vnt iiImo lo (he iiinliiiHa
tlotx of tlic A,. II. V. pontM'H urxinjc
lliciu lo pri'HR for mediiiliou nnd to
endoiiMir lo iiiflitouci (Junonil (1ur
rnnzii iiKnitint war.
Identified willi the moxemeut are
Oswald niirrixon Villain, Amos I'in
chot, Lineoln HtofeiiH, Dr. Lillian I).
Wnld. Dr. ,L W. HliiiiKlilor of I'hila
delplini, and otlieis
BEGIN ACTION TO
According to u statement made laf
yeatcrday nftcrnoon by Tlty Attorne,
McCnbe, after conferencen. with at
tomoyH Rcaiuna, Crewe and I'hlpiw,
action In the milt to teat the valldlt
of tho jmrliiK llcna hold by the Clt
of Medford will b liRtin at tho mt
council niflctliiR when n rcsotu ion
will ho prnaented to tho council for
pnaaago authorlzltiK h warrant to bo
liwtiod by the Olty Uccordor direct
ing tho chief of police to levy forth
with ntralnftt the property to be pro
ceeded ngalnat nud to laol It In tho
innunor proscrlhotl by law Tor delin
quent state nnd county tax.
This will roqttlro a publication In
tho Mcdford papers covering ti pe
riod of four.weoka. During that lime
AtlornoyH Crewoa nnd 1'hlppn will
file a complaint, ftccttre un Injunction
which will iitay procoodlngs until Iho
caao Ir hoard In the Circuit Court
nnd cnrrlod to tho Supremo Court.
Tho nttorncyg hao nKiccd to hrlnq
out all nvnllable points In the cnae,
IttHtend of iiRreeliiK on certain polutn
of lay nud confiding thu cage to them
as wan at flrat Intended.
It Ik prohablo that thu property
ptoccedod ii&RltiHt will bo that on
Voat Second Mtroet, owned h Dul
Get the Round Package
Utcd for Vi Century.
Ask For and GET
ITCHING ECZEMA IS A
Although approximately -000 Vet
era Imvo 'beou lculnteiod under the
city' permanent card Index njtitcm
mIiico January II, HUG, according to
the City llocoidcr. thoro nro atlll
hoiiiii two or throe hutidrod in tho
lu order lo void lu tho apoelnl eoi.d
olucllon .Inly 1, It will be necvMnrv
for latter to bo laglatcred by ,luh ,
u n loan their votOH are awon In nn
eleedou du. Voter who have mov
ed rt om one ward to Hiiotlier ward
iimt-t be rciegl: tored.
The Blood Rcnches Every Part
of tho Body Every Twelve
There at' approxlmiiMy 70.008.000
poren In th kkIii of h human bol
Thrao doniicrt with tha Ailotxl clinntiaU
bv mean of Utile cnnatM. Then oa
nala ara aonietlnipa nllil with polxonti
and ttiH akin aralea ami hllittera, Kta
ir nnd raw mid become! Ilka ho much
Mahri dn not ronrh the aourcn of tha
trouble Tii malls l)i Mood iniro la ttia
only jjclMitMc niPthort of relluf
f, r. S In th ajrAatpat litooil iiurlflrr
li'ciiufe It la a natural oiw. Tlitro la
np miiirral of any aort In It. It la pure
ly vajratnldo '
Ho Klrat I tha faina of H. .S A that
many tutiatltutt trail aloiift In vurloua
aootlana of tha country. Tho all oon
m or Inter, die a natural death d 8. p.
build up nenk and arldy Mood nlv
pruiiipl relief lo alumat eveiy one of
ecxama. wlnlrr leltvr iind uihar aKIn
liwladlaa Von own uureeU thn duly
Of triln a bottle of S. 8 fl Tahe tin
ataballtute Wrlta far our free boak
un akin itler ih rontl'luitlal It'lter
Seplled in tiv our .Meitleal expert Wrlta
wlft fne-inc Co, Ieraitment II. At
Best Quality Fruits
Grapo Fruit Watermelons Oranges Bananas
MARSH & BENNETT
pRRIMAN RLACKSMITH SJ10P
Automobile Tire Setting and Wheel Repairing.
Springs welded or made to order. Horseshoeing and
20 SOUTH RIVERSIDE AVENUE
FATHERS AND MOTHERS
i n ui
nf iiTil io te wtuate o rJf cSl.
' an 'b db 'fMr 'ct yoc Co cr plrl
ue O'tlttj. durms tto tj . att'c
' 8 0ll nctlcl Nor. tit I'O
l r u w rt bo? a to euc
ii-B tittkeU nn-tvt ocr,fj hw
I - n I k ifi I il III i 1 l il III A
OVER 22 VCABS UNOCff ONE MANAGCMENT
(ZL Caution s
- i- i -
Made from clean, rich milk with the ex
tract of select malted grain, malted in our
own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions.
Infant and chitdrcn thrive on it. Agree' with
tha weakctt stomach of the invalid or tha ogea.
Need no cooking nor addition of milk.
Nourishes onJ austaina more than tea, coffee, etc.
Should bo kept nt home or when traveling. A nu
tritious food-drink may be prepared in a moment.
A glassful hot before retiring induces reffoaliins
olecp. Also in lunch tablet form for business men.
Substitutes Cost YOU Same Prico
Tako a Package Home
Tmichfi in I
12 to 15 Extra Weight
1 When you buy your next lire mjdvolliisoimplc i 1
test. Let ur. weich a Michelin Ur.lvorsul Tiro I I
P in comparison with any other non-skid of tho I
snmo size. I
You will find the Mlchelln 12 j
II to 15'fo htavttr than the ciuaft. III lull
fic txaet pttttnlage Jrptnd'rg on III 'II! I
the tUc of the tlta utiJ In the tut. III'! III!
This extra wcirrht rcpraienlo oxtrn rubber l l
I and fabric, which nienna extra ccrvice. II (I
Medford Vulcanizing Works
I I J Medford, Oregon I
3(Qu7aiTY'oFny - THgBC3r7j!ZnrjtaZ3ll
matmr -.-i, i, niTMiMiMiii'aiiw.iii,w w"iT"b , winTiit'-'wilH'MrB wniw. 77 .ii,m'
CLOSING OUT SALE
We are closing out and every
thing must go in the next
TobaccosXSrnoking and Chewing)
a large assortment of Pipes
Money Purses French Harps
Cigar Cases- Tobacco Pouches
Bill Books Stationery and
ALL WILL BE SOLD AT COST
Parker & Stancfiff, Props.
Free! Free! Free!
We are yoing tn till mir tank with Union Oil
Company's GASOLINE, and with each gas
oline puivhasr we will give a quart of
This offer is for .Saturday aud Sunday
only, and is done to introduce the high nuul
itv of their piH)diictis, nnd mav be had at tho
MKDFOKI) KLKCTlHr CU
Don't forget that the Medford lUleetric
V id the only place where this free oil inuy
oid Electric Co
T. K. FLYNN