MED3T0RD JrATIJ TKJBUNTC, MEDFOKP. OR ISO ON, MONDAY, DKCHMmOR 20, 1015
DANCE SCENES ON DECK OF U. S. S. ALADAMA AT PAGE THEATER TONIGHT
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Tliiirinnn l!o1eu oC Kvoiutt,
WiimIi., who is iutorcstuil in u.n(uii
nivo lumber concerns on l'ujjot Soimtl
iiml olsowltcrc, will JoftVo for thrf
hoi Hi t 1 i s ovuniiifr, Hftuj' h vimt of
huvunil days in thi valley and ad
jacent tiuiliur d'-trictn. 1'hw is Mr.
HmvilimVi second vis-it to Hoiitliern
Oregon this yOtir, and it was regard
ed us nil onion of Soino interest in
lumber plans now in process of ma
terialization in this district. Noth
ing the. visitor said, however, could
be construed to give color to that
(jiicNliuiiH directed lo Mr. l'owden
elicited only Hie wtatcmcul that he
hail nothing of definite inli'ii'sl to
communicate; that iT he knew nny
thitig he probably wouldn't be permit
ted to tell it, and that he really was
not in position to speak for anybody
cNc i ugn riling tho development of
lumber interests heic or elsewhere,
lie added, hewever:
"I cannot tpiito understand why
your forty or fifty billion ,feet of
niagaificcuf timber in this region is
permitted to stand when the cmnnd
for lumber is increasing so substan
tially almost everywhere. I mav as-.
siime that lack of transportation fa
ci i .; by which 1 mean the unset
tled condition of rates via your one
line has had something to do with
it. The attitude of Portland inter
est is not friendly to offensive de
velopment of! interior lumber inter
ests, it is true, but I am willing to
believe that the conclusion of that
purely selfish campaign will soon be
"A sawmill for this llogun river
country cannot bo long delayed, it
seems to me," ho said. "The juices
you are paying for lumber in your
own districts ought to suggest to lo
cal capital tho need of using your
raw material. It occurs to me that a
bnmih iH not needed to induce home
body to manufacture lumber from
your giant fore-Is in thfs'rcgion."
ABANDON FIGHT AGAINST TURK
(Continued from pago one)
ruining the Kgyptian campaign arc
authentic, Ktiglniftl may feel the need
of increasing her forces I here. II
bus been reported the (Ioniums and
'fink are picturing a formidable c..
pedition tojavade Kg,pt and cut off
Knglaiul from India.
Souiu of tho bitterest cucnunlcis
and heaviest. Ioo of tho Dardan
elles campaign have taken place at
the positions now abandoned b the
ltrilish, The allien have been utile lo
achieve no striking successes at lhcc
Some indication of the long-ox-
peeled offensive by the .(Iqnuiins in
I'landers, where, tlj inning iu'"T;ii-
touilromTs8itjl To irfivt" been in
inajrckr vscvunil necks, Ihcoh
tajjujil fii ofticiiil Ilritihli and rrcueh
TcjHjiIti, wlifiiJi -tale lh.it under a
clmid of a (icriuaiis attacked lit it -
imIi tiTiichcti iiiilliunt of Ypres, Ac
cording to , these report, tho (ler
miuis failed mo completely that few of
them emerged from their ' own
troiiclicH, uud tjiosn who di(l mi ucic
mowcil down hy, artillci v tire.
The attack wii deliveied in the
early morning. Later in the day J lie
(itirinans displayed inuisiial activity,
directing a hcay bombardment on the
British lino- near Vpie- and on the
Fieiidb position at Munutiaes. (.Mim
weio exploded before tho trenohe at
Anuentieio. and (ionium infwnlry at
templed unsuccessfully to occupy the
(imters tlnn. ojH'iiuil.
Along tiic remainder of the west
ern front tho interminable, aitillery
duels continue, with the Fieueli gun
near St. Mihiul developing an intuiue
firu. The ltiiiuii and .Macedonian
fronts, bo far as llm public is ad
vised, aru in a state of comparative
Tho M)sition of (Jroeeo i i-till re
'tiardud with keen nq.iujJH both
fcidos.' 'fho (JouiiHrw wrty l? report
ml vietorions in tins QrOobMluctioiis,
but the ittjjfcted ujjftnf&Ju Itfatlor-. i
not necied a Implying a different
inilitarc poliuy. Kiiglund U iuiia
tiently waiting the riiiig of the
Oieok fronlior to s,te whether Oreecc
will leave, the Saloniki area free tor
a struggle, of which the ClrceLs would
Itecouie WBsivu spectator-.
In ltulpuiiu tho next step i- the
Siubjwt of wnrui iltdmte. The officiiil
jMipar of I'ruiuier Itado-liivoff de
olr tho nlliu must be drivcu from
Sitloniki; whether by Hulvunan or
Auatro-Ourinmi troop u a queatiou
for the iniliUrv lenders to olve. 'lite
nIJhm in Macedonia do pot exiiect hii
onrly ttf k if the advance is left to
the AuMtriatu and (Ienaaii, as uir
ineti reMirt that the central power
Ji:ne In. I ,! ...illii-iiil ,i -nil,, ,,,,1
loKc i uiiilciiak tin utiu'-ni-,
PRODUCED BY BALBOA
"Xcal of (he Na.,'' No. u "A Mo-agc I-'rom the I'nsl" is the title of tin- episode, which is attractively
staged and thrilling.
The Y. M. ('. A. and Y. V. ('. A.
deputation team from the l'niver-ity
of Oregon arrived in this uity Satur
day evening, nfter holding a union
church service at Central Point, in
which the song service was led by
Mr. MeCiilliuii, praying by Mr. Pimm,
Scripture les-on by Misb Allen, duet
by Mi-s (Tillies and Mr. McCullum.
Air. Foster spoke on "Consecration,"
Miss Gillies on "t'niversity Y. V. ('.
A. mill Y. M. C. A."
Members of tho team participated
in religious service by tho Young
People's society in several of the
Medford churches yesteiday. Air.
WutkiiH ,spol:o at tho Presbyterian
church to the Young People's soci
ety; Mr. Wheeler at the Methodist
church inn .Mr. McCready at tho
The deputation team members met
at tho high school this morning. Af
ter nn informal reception speeches
were made on appropriate themes b
Messrs, Diiiini, Watkius and Mc
Cready mid by the Misses Allen uud
Oillies. Air. AleCalluni rendered an
excellent t'niversitv of Oregon song.
Pint of tho ttviui will go to Jnek
sonvillu (his afternoon mid part of it
to Phoenix, at both of which places
appropiiato exercises will bo held.
Alcmhcrs of the deputation team
are tniag to arrange a basketball
game with the high school team for
WOLGAST BARRED BIG FEATURE STAR!!
FROM NEW YORK ON TUESDAY ONLY
NKV YORK, Dec. !().- Ad Wol
"iist, former lightweight boxing
champion, was suspended for six
months by the Now York Slate Ath
letic commission, lodny for violating
a contract with the llurlem Sporting
club of this city. This will prevent
Wolgast from Inking part in uuy box
ing exhibitions in this state during
tho period of suspension. The com
mission found that Wolgast had
agreed nof to appear nnywhere in
the ring beforo meeting Lcuch Cross
nt 'the. Harlem Sport lag club liut
Friday. Iji iolation of this ho met
Frank Whitnev at Atlanta on Tues
day, December M, and was handled
so roughly that, in the opinion of the
commission, ho was not in a fit con
dition (o meet Cross lust Friday.
In (lint boat Vo!gns. ipiit in the
I MEDFORD COLLEGE NOTES
Tho primary Cirogg Wrltor certi
ficates for .limn Amloraon, I.oulso
Williamson ami VmJii Altlnius were
rocolyod tlilp week. A loiter wns ro
coivnil Willi tho cortincntos saying
that firat jilaco for nccurncy and skill
should bn awardod to Miss William
son, Kaeli momlior of tho class Is
now working hard to win first plnco
Un tho Intormoilluto cortltipato exam
Tho blindfold (ypowrlllng tost w.ih
hold ThurmUy of t Ii lac week, on ac
count of our tyiKTWiitlng. toaohors
taklim tho stale ewimlnntlnn at .Tauk
sonvllle Friday. First placo for accu
racy was won by llonry Owona.
Marcus Vortln, out) or our atono
graplilc KradUHtoa, writes us from
Illinois that ho la roturuliiK to tho
oast, hm ho bus aocoptod a position
With Mil) llllllk nt l.na rialw I ....
SPIMXdFlhU), III., Dec, 'JO. A'- Ciitoa. Calif. We all wish Marouft th.i
neri u. Miwani-, in, a nephew ol Kieatcst poiwlulo aiiccwu'ljf his now
Airs. Abraham Lincoln and for niyp, pQsHlon,f t ." I
teen .ear- cii-todmi) pMhohiniJn', K. m AVuldun. who gnlorpd iftbool
hmnitotcml huiv, dfedkaijddiinlj lodny' Hjtaii trfklng ijoursoln slioit-
pt Jicii.it .fj'iiultlO.vAlr. jfitilwnijh' biin anil tjicwrltln(.
motlier'wns. a istnr,iifMrs. r.inooln. new iiIkIiI school student H
Hu uilwtln1 owner ol tho Lincoln nil-1 (Jwiruo I'apiais, who Is hunt nt work
inline in the homestead. Tin- has atmbltifc the KiirIUIi hrauihos.
been -aid tu be a wry lujuuble es
tate, computing ita w oi th on the nU
UmiIni Wllllniiuon, bavlug aocurcd
tho rmpilrod numliar of porfcot let
of the Lincoln iclics elsowboic 'lic Iters In tho C. class, mid huWug pasa-
lionie-ioiiil was uicu to Illinois vcjs
ago by Robert Lincoln, sou tf (he
Mr, Li I wauls whk. the la' liiiug
per-on who saw the wedding of Air.
and .Mrs, Abraham Lincoln.'.
oil the s peels I examination, has been
promoted to the II. or Intermediate
Airs. Prlddy, who recently enrolled
wllli us, is making oxcollont progress
lit couimarciitl work.
sce.agoodoil h eater makes
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Perfeciion Oil Healer
Mvrtlo Lillian flonznloz, of tho
Wostern Vltngraph Company, who
has boon Dean In n number lf big
Vltngraph feature productions, places
"Tho Cluillco of CouriiRO," Cyrus
Townsond Ilrady'a roninrknblo lui-
mnu Interest story, In tho front ran);
of the foaluro pictures In which sliu
has nnpoarcd. Hlio was born In Los
Angolas, Calif., on Sept. 'JStli, 1801,
and Ifl of Spanish-Irish extraction,
llor father, Manuel Forgo Uon.aloz,
was. also born In Los Angolos anA can
tract his impostors fiom tho Court
of oarly Hpnlu. Miss Goiualoz' nioth
or was ohrlstoncd Mlllan Cooko and
was horn In Now York City, her an
cestors coming from Cooko Cnstlo,
Miss Gonzalez was cduratod In a
convont nt Ios Augolcs, where, In ad
dition to hor other studies, sho took
up music, art and tho langunKOs, ob
taining her dogreo In each of tho
throe. After finishing hor education
hio ongnged In concert work mid was
untieing oxcollont progross-whou alio
attracted tho nttontlou of Dick Fer
ris, who ongnged her for his stock
company, thon playing tho Auditor
ium, Los Angolcs, California. Tho
roasolcsfi labor of a Block engagement
did not npopat to hor and, nt tho Hiig
costlon of Paul do LoiiRiiro. an ar
list of roiiutnlloiiMftlie applied fo and
secured a position ?Ifli tfio Vltgraph
Company, Tho silent drnma did ap
peal (o her senso of tho "fitness of
things," mid sho adopted tho calling
that best fitted her talon, posing for
tho plcturhoil stories.
Miss Conziiloz has now acted be
fore the camera for sumo timo mid
has done excellent ork In such pop-
tho first big Vltagrapfi foiaVrcf fjrtj,
ranio ironrjiio wi"UEy anpiio; "iio-
roptioit,'.' ."(iiiosts, ' i'Jiis who mui
HiaVork.,t"Thik .Man From tho lids.
i)rt.":V'.Tno Sauo llrush Cal," "Tho
Chnllco of CorraKo," and olhcr fen
lure pictures produced and photo-
-gal. Tea Garden Syrup..
I nnl. Tea Garden Syrup
O-lli. can Karo Syrup . .
10-11). can Karo Syrup
Crystal White Soap, doz
3 cakes 5c Sweetheart Soap .
Star Naptlia Washlnii Powder,
. . 50c
. .. QSc
Inexpensive to operate easily carried freni
room to room. SmckeJoia tnJodorleis. Deal
ers everywhere. For tut rtuitll ute PtarlOil.
Standard Oil Company
Citrus Waslilnu Powtlcr, 25c size 20c
Gloss Starch, 2 pkus ... 15c
Cornstarch. 2 iikns. .. 15c
Snrinii Clothes Pins, doz 05c
Large Roll Toilet Paper .. .05c
Royal Bakinti Powder, lb.. 43c
K. C. Bakinti Powder, 25c size 20c
I Hi. Hcrsey's Cocoa . 29c
Y2 h. Hcrseys Bnklno, Chocolate.. 19c
Ground Chocolate, Hi . 30c
V2 II). Llpton's Tea 33c
I II). Llpton's Tea C3n
50c Bulk Tea, per lb. 37c
Japan Rice, per I!) 6)4c
Head Rice, per II). 3c
Macaroni, per II) 6'2c
Bulk Cocoanut, per Hi 20c
Bulk Crackers, per II). 9c
Holly Milk, 2 cans 15c
Yeloban Milk, doz. . 70c
3 pkus. Crackers and Cookies,
Soft Shell Walnuts, 2 lbs..
Cornmeal, sack .....
Rolled Oats, sack -..
2 10c sacks Salt ....-.
2 25c sacks Salt ..
Lemons, doz. ..
3 boxes Matches
Canned Peas, doz.
Canned Sugar Corn, doz...
Beit Creamery Butter, lb...
graphed by tho WeMorn Vttngrniih
Miss Conzaloz, Uko thu majority of
California girls, likes tho open and
spends most of hor time In tho sad-
Jle or nt tho helm of a fast flying) hunter. For-Just pimple, exerfilsa
salt boat. Whllo riding and sailing she takes long walksthat Bometlmed
r.ro hor chief diversions, .sliq Is profl- carry hor far afield.
dent nt tennis, is nil exceptional has-' Sho will bo at tho Siar theater
kctbatl player and can shoot Uko a I Tuesday In "Challco of Courage.''
Buy Ladies', Misses' and Childrens'
, Presents From a Lady's Shop
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AND THEEE IS NO BETTER PLACE THAN
AT THIS SHOP. WE LIST A FEW OP THE
MANY BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL AR
TICLES WE HAVE.
CHRISTMAS CARDS, CHRISTMAS GREET
INGS, SWEET-GRASS BASKETS, LEATH
ER GOODS, HAND-MADE NOVELTIES OF
ALL KINDS, HAND EMBROIDERED LIN
ENS, EMBROIDERY MATERIAL, CRO
CHETED INFANTS' SETS, DOLLS, CALEN
DARS, POHLSON NOVELTIES.
THE PRICES ARE RIGHT AND WE INVITE
INSPECTION. K j .Jfj
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i j ic s it u 10 AN I ) a i v j: T 1 1 10
West Side Market
YOUU OUimi KOIUUIKlSWfAS k
Turkeys, Poultry and Meat
THE FINEST IN THE CITY ,..;.
WV liavo nice ln( homu-grown TurkeyH, .DuuIcb and OliiijIciiiiH. Tho
elioii'CMl find hutjt Dcol', I'ork, iMuttou, .Satisuo and ovcVylliing uIbo
lor the his ft'iist. ...
WEST SIDE MARKET
WET MAIN STREET
HH i I l mT,,!, Ill I I
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BWVtMNBMUR 9BK" J-t umiMNMMBMMIi
"There's no gift
iiiu'k tlio wonderful hill
expression, "you can make
is til ways heard wherever
ower on the hills and wo
rliead Aralvo Motor to de
i.v other motor of equal si.e
Gut Price Grocers'
33 North Grape Street
Nn m.it tor how much or Iiow little VOtl w
want to pay for a Christmas gift, you won't
iret anvthincr that will Q'ivc so much pleasure '
as a Victor or Victor-Victrola. vici.r.vicwi. iv, us
There's one of these Instruments at a ' L
price to suit every purse Vitor-Victrolas P:
$i5, $25, $40, $50, $75, $100, $150, $200; ff
Victors $10, $1750, $25, $32.50, $.o, $50,
$60, $100 and we'll arrange easy terms if
Ston in anv ti m amt wo'll eladlv dcinrnntrato those
w.HiJurful inbirumuin.4 niul pUy any music )ou .inh to hear.
Vklor.VictroU XI, 09
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