afEDFOftD MATTJ TRIBUNE, ftfEDFORD, OREO ON, FRTDA.Y, .TITLY 23, 1915.
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Official lapcr of the City of Medford
Official Paper of Jnckon County.
. KiilunU ua eccond-olusx tnattor at
Medford, Oruuon, under tho net of March
THE SUBMARINE AND AIRSHIP..
iUworn Circulation for 1911. 3CB8.
" Pull leuaed Wlro Associated Press dls-
4. .j. .jTt. .j. : :, -j. .;.
tiunscrlbura falling to rccolvo
i papers promptly, phono Clrcu-
latlon MiinstKor Kt 2C0R
HONG KONG KOLUM
i.v.(V)(;nist w nonso.v
MIrhii lloliHou gleat Mcllcan IiIrs
Hn stoppco up, now Santiago. Mm
alukoo boat. J
Gotten idea Hlnltco ovlythlng. Tly
rIu'kco saloon; tly slnkeo whlHkoy.
Iliu klsa mo kuI Hum Do Wolff
tylsjn Ilobson btinoby any ho tlroi!
klsseo Indy-iiiayjeso Biifflagottos,
III111 plent mnn but' not In Ala
(Vamlovlllo playlot In ono net.
Tlmo todny. l'lnco any homo.
Clinrdctoro llrldgot O'Toolo, now
hoiiHij inn Id; nilBtross, Mrs. TlmmoiiH,
Mistress- Now Uildgot, I have
alio wcjd .you Jiow to lieu tho telephone,
ifrlilKOt YIh, ilium.
Mistress If nnyono phones 1110
If tho boll rings lift off tho receiver.
llrldgot Yls, mum.
Jixll iiiUtronH; paiiBo of n mtniito;
phono Hubs; llrldgot JiinipB for re
rolvor.) Ilildjcel -Uollol
Mm. Tlmuions (ovor wire) Who
Hrldnet Imlnilo, 01 don't know
dlvll it till kin I oo yol
Civil Kugliumr (to Moxloan fnrnw
on Now. 1'odro, whon this rnllwny'lH
put llirougli lioro It will nnvo ou
iiuipIi tlmo. How ninny days do you
pmui tnkliiK your ulutf to mrl;ot
ICiirIihxii -Ah, oxnolly. Throo
duv Now. with tho ritllrond, jmi
em ret lo tnnrhot. trnnwiot our Iiiih-)m-ik
mill ml homo ami In the miiiio
p.mImi Mi. aonor, but what will
bi-Miuif or tin) othor Inso dnyi?
M mm. jou'ro 111, your fc I rwl.
Said ulw old Mr. I'ov.
)o nut II. dud, it'a elilokon pos,
p'nr liiTf'a a ftwtlmr In my m.
.lout I1IK0 'I'liein
Mm. Wafriiw (alt aoliool trnu.
Million eKwl) Tlior that WIN
fl.. lKy about to aiKtk for his elaaa.
.loUmile WICfl (on platform)
"Krlonda. Homana follow fouiitry
fuenleml your tMm!"
Mra. Wafriea -There! 1 knew It"
IN- wouldn't bo UU uiuthvr'a ou If
lu uaxu't borrwlug aomlhln!
I'ttOfttloua On to mlrtnkri
In your U"Iiimm. 1 ium you mt
tc i umon that you don't wl,U htm
Updertakar no, Uor npo a uront
mnr4' pooirt..ld b willing to tjiyy
foiftllll't (l'l ! M"l " "' "I1"
(IWOW ,,ie l0hM' lUil- N"wa-niin)
$loj)ibtr or tba South llud polloo
doptirlwoltf "M rmltlaaa two
Jioura Jlondav ittorwUic ilMB
John Mnath. of ICtntuoky atnt.
wliq wps shot nnU WMl t Wlnkler'a
V HU'HiN Itarijiilii Counler
ThJJy ( v.n to KKISI' a inan'a
JjomSi. to ' "" 'h-ttt-r nnii
ii.r?rnnT " ' I'm k"' to ,v
T1IIC nmiouiu'oiiHMit flint an aerial torpedo boat has
been patented, which can shoot a torpedo at a ship as
effectively as a submarine, seenis to still further spell the
doom of tiie battleship as a decisive factor in warfare.
It is evident that both aircraft and undersea craft will
be determining' factoi-s in future conflicts, and it is along
these lines that the defensive efforts of the nation should
lie expended rather than in giant navies and huge stand
ing armies, not only becan.se the cost is far less but because
n 1 Of 1 '
01 greater eiiecuvejiess. ,
The submarine has dest roved tho claims of unv nation
to masterv of the sea. It has rendered future invasion of
foreim! lands by over-sea forces impracticable if aiot im
possible. The smallest nation, isolated by the sea, can now
be easily defended against any powerful armada, that may
be sent against it from abroad. It gives the Americans
security from invasion from either lOurope or Asia, It
protects Mritian from (lermany. In brief, the submarine
lias rendered useless the navies of the world and, must
eventually stop warfare on the sea and limit it o the lqud.
The submarine will rende,r forcible seizure, of distant
lauds impracticable. It will make it possible for distant
colonics to revolt if they desire. II will be a force for the
disintegration of fuedal empires and the spread of free
dom, and will eventually be a strong factor in the abolition
The airship will supplement the, submarine in fact
may surpass it as a defender. Gorman submarines have
been unable to do much damage to Russian shipping in
the Maltie because of airship guards which attack the sub
marine. The airship is capable of such development that
warships will be in as great danger from its attacks as from
the submarine and the two spoil disaster to atiy sized ship.
Hoth the submarine and airship are in the infancy of
their development. Uotli are American inventions,
adopted and brought up to their present efficiency, by
Europe after rejection by tho United States-. Already the
submarine has made a HOOO mile trip spreading disaster on
the way, and the airship a lwOO mile voyage leaving a trail
of wreckage. In their future development they will make
war so horrible that it will go a long way to abolish it.
Despite tho fact that the plutocratic press has nothing
but abuse and condemnation for .Josophus Daniels, princi
pally because he has put the government, into the munition
making business and destroyed the graft of contractors, he
is the first secretary of tho. navy to recognize and utilize
jJie inventive genius of tho most inventive nation tho
world ever saw, for the nation's defense. His appoint
ment of Thomas K. .Edison to head an advisory board com
posed of electrical and mechanical geniuses, shows that
the bone-head rule of tho American naval clique is a thing
of the past and that the United States will far surpass the
world in tho devices it adopts for the nation's (lofonsv.
1NG TIME M. MS OF
CONSTANTINOPLK, July 23.
Thuro has been no chniifto on tho 0a
1IiqII front In tho Inut week, lloth
tho ulllim mill the Turlia lmvo con
fined tliulr efforla to deoultory aiiiall
arms flro and impplni; operations. Tho
wenthor Iiuh lion oxcoHHlvoly wnrni.
Tho Turk are concoutratliiK many
now troopH 11 oar tho Oalllpolt theater.
After aiirmountliiK many difficulties
thoy now lmvo placed In, Hiircoasful
operation Hevural pliiuta for tho man
ufacture of ammunition for heavy ar
tillery. The output of tlinao fnctorlen,
it la ntfgoitod, In aovornl (houmiud
Hliellg iv day.
Tlioro Ih but alight foundation for
report of famine and epidemics of
dlenso In Conatautlnople. Tho city Is
well provided with inoderatoly cheap
food, there have been no dUturbancea
In the Mtieeta and no eanea of eholera
hae been repord d
FOR HELLO GIRLS
CIIH'AUO. July 1!3 A six day and
a minimum wao for touphoiuv.tipor
atura are lonomiiieiidml In thu report
of an luvotftlHittlou eoiiduettsl b thu
fadurat commission on luduatrlal ruin
tlona Into cuudltloua of employment
of telephone cirla u Chleaio and
Htven other largo oitle
The neivoua strain uitomllni; tulo.
phone operatliiK. the report statoa,
cuinhliud with tho riald dUclplluo, U
fxvptiuiiall severe and U roapoiiRl
bi lor .ikcu1 and iieroit8 bretik
doviim o' a luine number of jclrls.
'; SEIZED BY GERMANS
BKKI.IN. Juts -J.l. The Wniaii
wltip 1iui-mv, Nw Ytirk tr Sttiek
holui, ha- iM-eu m-u-iI by tli' Ui-mau-
and taken into Swiiieiinnide.
S.N PftANCISi'O. Jul .a- The
toiu iitt .It'll n.iiIuiu "hip )uu-rv, lf
Kii'ltii 1 'i Ii.iw Imn kt'ied l the
(Icnu.i 11 -, -.ti ill limn lu'ii Vi'ril 17
Willi . MIJ.. .. lnl mm ' ,
Iv-, lii 11 mi,i n s ii I i 'iky
Hi III! II I, -II I '! I -
Ni:V YOHK, Jul 23 Wllllum I.
IvIiih, a well known Inwyer and for
many years prominent In polltlca,
died at hla homo hero today, Ilo waa
C I yearn old,
Mr. lvlns was recently tnken III'
after his Inborn In behalf or William
llai lieu In hla libel suit UK'nIiiBt Theo
Acute HrlKht'H iIIhouho la rIvoii iir
the cnunn of Mr. lvlna death.
Aflor tho trial In Srncuno, Mr.
lvlna returned to this city and bus
ied liltimelf for a time -with framliiK
an appeal for Mr. UnruoH. Then ho
iiniiouuced that ho felt tired oilt and
would rent for a while. Ho had not,
flnce been at hla down town office.
Mr. lvjna for jeara waa one of Now
York'a lon'dliiK lawjera. lie held tho
offices of JiiiIbo advocate of "Now
York atate, and city chamberlain. In
I'.iur. Jie waa tho republican cuudldnto
for hud or.
DRAMA LEAGUE MEETS
TONIGHT AT HOLLAND
u Important nicotinic or the Urn
ma l.eaKiie will be held at tho U'ltol
Holland this ovenliiK at S o'clock, and
a larae attemlaneo In datdrcd.
Mm Ainu Urackinrced, tho
piealdent of the league, has nomo Im
portant mtittem to bring bofore tho
oriraulaatlou before alio loavoa for
tho oast wheio rIio will spend tho
The meeting will opon with tho fol
"Tho 1'myor from "Toscn"
Mm. Ouy Chlldora, nccompnnlRt.
Dauoo number, by Miss Kathryn
Sworn. Mls l.uolllo Minor, nccom
"The. IJlrd Sunj;" from 'TagUaccl"
,. ...... Y I.ooncnvallo
"The KUia' J- Massenet
With violin obllRuto by
Mlsa Irene Sullivan.
Mrs. Ouy Chlldors. accompanist.
Th program will b followed by
an addresa by the president of tho
drama league center, Mm. Alan
Johr A. Perl
SH 8. IlAim.UTT
Ohutics M. 17 and 17-JU
Nice Cool Refreshments will be served to
All Attending Our Big Sale
Bigger, Greater, More WonderlvJ
Bargains for Tomorrow
" " 11..
Hutchinson & Lumsden Store
O -js. ja. 4'X4, X' ' ''J X "X w X5"E "2 r ! -i -5-2S-055' 5 525v-5-5i
WE ARE BUYING
Wc arc buying clinrconl burned In Southern Oregon and arc ready
to contract for any amount for Immediate or future delivery at a
railroad shipping point.
We will lease and develop Manganese Jrc and Chrome Ore de
Noble Electric Steel Co.
995 Market Street
Snn Francisco, California
NOW pi'BN , . .
THE MODEL CASH GROCERY
At No. 2 West Jackson, IMiono 295. Motorcycle Quick Delivery and
W13 SAVE YOl' MONEY
LOOK These are sonio samples of our prices:
Host Flour, per Hark $1.78 1 Host SunkUt Oranges, doz 30a
Host Lemons, doz.
Extra Good Coffee, lb.
Kino Oa nn ed Milk, largo size 1 foi 21
l-'luo Canned Milk small slzo 0 for .21
Host Laundry Soap, 0 bars 2CcjSn)der's Cutsup, 2HC bottle.
Wo nre alio running somo specials at prices that will surprise you.
pay you to call at the ntore and look ttiom ovor.
Olvo us a trial. AVo Glvo S. & II. Green Trading stampfl.
ALL GOODS CASH ON DELIVEItY. "SEltVICE" IS OUR MOTTO
Is Founded Upon Today's Preparation
.V ' I1'.
I'repnro for Your Future Iluslness Success by Attending tho
Medford Commercial College
I "Southern Oregon's Ilusy Iluslness School"
DaV AND NIGHT SCHOOL now In session at 31 N. Orapo St. Medford, Or.
That's the New Label
But the quality is just the same, perhaps a
little higher than in the past.
So many people asked for a more strikingly exclus
ive label, so that a mere child would know Snow
flake Sodas and the other Swastika products.
On the packages, it appears as a sunburst of gold on
a field of blue. It stands for the really good line of
crackers and cakes which every dealer can supply..
Jiuy SitfUstika BnwJ tfeWj, net merely because
they ajc made on the Coast, but, being made
here, come to you fresh fr$m the oven,
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company
Oregon's Popular Beach Resort
. . s 1 i y
An Ideal outdoor retreat. Hunting, fishing, boating, surf-bathing,
etc. Interesting visiting points In the neighborhood. Convenient
camping grounds, electric light, pure water
Low Season and Week-Enil Round Trip Excursion Fares
Two Dally Twins From Albany '
Ask for Illustrated folder "Nowporf'glvlng list of hotels, rates, otc
A Visit to the
Two World Expositions-
at San Francisco and Snn Diego Is an event of
a life-time and ono you cannot afford to miss.
, soi:ci.r. 1U11F.S in ji'ly
to San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego on certain dates.
LOW HOl'XI) TltlP PAUIS DAILY 52 I
with stop-overs ln either direction
Four Fine Twins Dully In Knelt Direction
RTOI'-OVIIHS AT IMPOSITIONS
All tickets to tho East via California permit stop-overs at San Fran
eUoo ami Los Angeles to see tho Expositions. 411
Ak nearest Agont for "California and Its Two World ExposI
t!onw an,d "Way Side Notes Shasta Uoute."
JnliH M. SeoU, General Pasen ger Agent, Portland, Orogon
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