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WASHINGTON', Dec. ISA vivid
word ilc(iiro of nn industrial tornado
' which ho said was sweeping tho coun
try, destroylnK commerce nnd proa
porlly, wag jmlntctl In tho house this
afternoon by Itopresentntlve Mann of
Illinois, lie warned tho democrats
(lint unless thny chanced tliolr tac-
tlcu tho republicans soon again would
bo In political control.
"Men nrt nctually starving, said
Mnnn. "while President Wilson Is tn
ventlgastliig tho fun Incidental to
tho Carntino dinner. Municipal lodK
Iiir houses soon will bo In demand
over where. I am not a calamity
liuntur. for I hao been silent a Ions
time, hoping the clouds would pass
by."
Mann cited newspaper articles
showing thousands of able bodied
mon.wcre out of employment In all
of tho larger cities. Ho attributed
conditions "partly to tho tariff bill
uml partly to tho threats of those in
political control and to a general lack
of capacity on tho part of tho part of
th,o party In control."
Speaker Champ Clark replied to
Manilas' charges. Ho dented democra
tic legislation was responsible for
present conditions and assorted that
Senator lillhu Hoot. Joseph Cannon,
Former Governor Hadlcy of Missouri,
Mann and others had entered Into a
"republican conspiracy against con
tinued prosperity."
Clark declared that If tho cur
rency bill had passed tho senate
within two weeks after It passed tho
houso tho republican leaders "would
not have dared to publish such state
ments as It had."
NO SPEC A
L SESSI
ON
f ASSERTS
GOVERNOR
COAST GRIEVANCES ARREST GIRL HOBO
AGAINST JAPS AIREO DRESSED MALE ATTIRE
SAI.KM, Or., Dee. 18.- Governor
'ct tins morning, commenting on
llio statements of Sneaker McAithur
mul otlieiw, tlint a special session of
the legislature would be accessary to
straighten nut the rod-tuition laws
Hint now require the county clerk toj
iiiive nip registration hook upon ni
their office on May 15, mid ut the
nine time have them in the hands of
the oleetion hoard, said
"If mivlliiinr is tho imittor with'
. i
the election Inv, so Hint it would
prevent nu election, it would prevent
the oleetion of another legislature,
and that would he n (lodscud. It"
tlioro would be no oleetion, all of fle
ers would hold over, and all tlu'iir
continue a- they are. for. under n
recent opinion of the attorney gener
al, nil would continue to hold offler
and none could resign until their
successors were oleeted ami ipiali
ficd; there will he no special .sess ion
to remedy the conflict of the laws."
WASHINGTON, IVe. 18. Hear
ings on tho linker bill, wherein Pa
cific const resident will bo pciiuil
ted to nir their irrievnucos iiLaintt
Japanese mid other Asiatics w II
tnrt Januiuv 'J'-', noeotding to nn
iiomieeinent made heie this after
noon by the limine iiituiigintion com
mil tee. The linker hill is intended
lo exclude nil such nlieiw. linker
expected delegations from Seattle,
San Francisco and Portland to at
tend. WANT MONUMENTS
FOR PEACE CENTENARY
OAKl.A.N'l), Cnl., Dec. IS.-Kiln
Mow o)l u, is, giving her homo nt
Stockton, wan arrested n shn left n
train hero today, clothed In ninlti at
tire. She left hor homo last Tues
day mill was attempting to bent her
way to Portland, Oregon, whore slu
sas she was to enter a nurse'
training school. '
TKA..C' j iFzAMr
vsassaas"
PROGRESS
ON CADILLAC GARAGE
WASHINGTON. Dee. 1J. A bill
appropriating $.i00,0l)0 for eroetnu
in every state bordering on Canada,
n monument commemorating 100
.war of peace with F.nglnnd was in
troduced in the senate todiH by Sen
ator Jones of Washington.
A. 0. ltnmlall for the past five
J ears manager of tho Talent b'rclinrd
compaii), ouo of tho owners of the
llagloy Canning company, manager
of the Itoguo Ulver Fruit ami Pro
duce association, one of the llvost
wires mid most nrocreisUo cltlieus
of the alley, left for Minneapolis
Wednesday for an extended stay. Ho
expects to return eventually and make
his homo here.
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Husband, Brother or Swoothoart nothing moro nccoptablo than "iWHf
A BOX OP CIGARS, A NICE PIPE, somo Ohoico TOBACCO.
- Got it at tho
irlR
SSJZ
TO MANAGE
IDS OF CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, 0., Dec. 18. Chns.
llcrzojr, former third bascmnn for the
Kcvv York Giants, was appointed
manager this nftemoon of the Cin
einnnti club of the National league.
Ho succeeds Joe Tinker, recently
nld to tho Brooklyn eltib nt n re--IHirtcd
price of $'Ju,000.
NEW YOItK. Dec. 18. Letter
nnd telegrams regarding the sale of
Joo Tinker by tho Cincinnati club U
Hrooklyu showing that Charles Kb
bctts, owner of the Brooklyn team,
believed Charles Murphy of the Chi
cago Cubs hnd endenvored in pp
Tinker after he had been purchased
by Ilrooklvii, were given out for pub
lication by Ebbetts here todui
"Keen your hands out of this af
fair," was the wny Ebbetts worded it.
Contractors l'riddv and O'Hricn
are mnk;ug rapid 'rogro on the
Cadillac garage on South Fir street.
being built lor Court Hall bv C hnrlrs
Palm. The building will bo a two
.story structure and one of the fin
est gnmges in the city. It will linuo
the taxicabx. the Crater Lake auto
stages as well as transient nutos.
The snme contractors recently fin
ished the home of the .Mod ford sheet
iron works on North Kir. In fact,
they might be said to have built most
of Medford's business district, hav
ing creeled a majority of the brick
structures.
Oeorgo O'Rrien, who left hist
spring for Santa Ilarbara and other
California point, hns returned to
remain in Mcdford, satisfied that no
small city in the country has a bet
ter future.
JAIL DYNAMITED
BY SUFFRAGETTES
ffoiv to Make the Best
Cough Remedy at Home
A rami I)- Mi,,ly nt Sntnll N,t,
uml I'll 1 1 luimiilrcd.
PROSPEROUS iYEAR
FOR UNION PACIFIC
DECLARES EXTINCTION
OF POTATO PROBABLE
WASHINGTON. Doc. IS. Declar
ing the potato U threatened with ex
tinction, Congressman LiudipiiM of
Michigan today asked the agricul
tural department to extend the dU
catcd potato embargo to every coun
try whero the potnto di.-en-o has
ever existed. He charged that jw
tato dealers were trvintr to end tho
embargo for speculative panoses.
TELL GOVERNOR
(Continued from pag 1.)
LONDON, Doc. 18. Two exph.-u
ions this evening shattered tho win
dows of houses opposite Hullo way
jail, whero London's suffragette
prisoners usually aie kept. Suffrag
ette bombs were Mippoeil to have
done the damnue. How badlv the iail
was damaged could not be learned,
as the police surrounded it immedi
ately and prevented investigation.
PLAN TO DYNAMITE
DEN OF RATTLESNAKES
SAN DIEGO. Cnl.. Dec. 18. A
den of rattlesnakes. Mipposcd to con
tain thousands of the rentiles. is to
be dynnmited to got rid of them iu
n bunch, i'C plans of the city winter
department nro carried out.
The snakes' den is above the Mo
renn dnm site, sixty-five miles from
this eity, nnd is in tho wnv of men
working to develop the watersheds.
The workmen report that snakes are
particularly dangerous this year,
giving little or no warning with their
rattles.
Make a plain svrup br mixing one
pint of urniiulivtcl miirur mul 'j pint of
warm water and ntir for 15 nilnutrn.
l"ut 2 imiiciM of puro Plnex (flftv
nuts' worth) in n pint tiottlc. and fill it
up with the Sugar Svrun. 'I hi gives
von a fnmilv nupplv of the bet cout'h
H,vrup ut a owing of $.'. It novvr spoils,
'lake a trnapoouful every one, two or
mri'v iiuiirff.
The cuVctlvcnrs o( till slmnlc rrmnlv
U urprhlng. It ni-ms to take hold al
mwt itutnntlv, and will uminlly con
ipirr nn ordlnnry cornjli In -I hour.
It tours up the Jmlrd nppi'tllr nnd li
just laxative enough tu lo helpful In
a cough, and lim 'n pirating tnte.
ANo excellent for bronchial trouble,
bronchial nsthnut, hooping cough and
spanmodic croup.
This method of making cough remedy
with I'inex nnd .Sugar Svrtip (or
straineil himej I Is now uncd in more
tmmivsi ittntt n rviliatt wttfli
' ll UIH -.I'VIII lJl'
ThU rxplivtns why It is often imitatol,
iiiouj-n ncicr ruccfMiuiiy. ji xou try
it, use only genuine l'incx, which Is a
miit valuable concentrated compound
of Norway whlto pine extract, and U
rich in gunincol and other natural
hrnling pine elements. Other prepara
tions will not work in this combination.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. Your druggist has
I'inex, or will i;rt it for you. If not,
send to The l'incx Co.. Ft. 'Tne. Ind.
STAR THEATRE
New Act of Vaudeville
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Draperies
We carry n erj' complete lino of
draHrlfii. lacv curlalni. flxturrn. etc,
anil do nil clariie of upliolnterliiR- A
Kpcclnl man to look nfler thU work
vxcliiRlit'ly nml will kIm, a Kiwil
service nn In iwnslbla to eet In oven
(ha larsciit cttlc.
Weeks & McQowan Co. j
fr -. 9.9 -.-, t fr
Today
THE FOUR
VAN STAATS
Presenting
An Old Dutch
Musicale
A SINGING NOVELTY FINE HARMONY
EXCEPTIONAL VOICES
BEAUTIFUL SPECIAL SETTINGS
A BIG TIME ACT BRIGHT COSTUMES
NKW YORK', Dec. 18.-Despite
dissolution of (he Hurrimnn merger,
the Union l'lieifio has found liy a
more prosperoiiH jenr than 191L, nc
eonling to its Jatcbt rejiorl, iub
lishcd today.
Knniings, it was slated, wero 15.13
Ier cent on the common Block, as
iiBniiiht 13.87 Inst year. Tho reoort
hliowcd also increases of $7, 00,000
rtrosH and 3,800,000 net in the op
cnitin income over 19r
MEXICAN INSTITUTIONS
FACE FINANCIAL RUIN
MEXICO CITY, Dec. IS. A presi
dential decree making stato bank
notes legal tender throughout tho re
public, and guarantee a fund to be
tubeeribed by tho stato banks and
deposited In tho nntlouul banks and
government guarantee of tho bank
notec Is tho program decided upon by
the commltteo of five bankers repre
senting the National Dank, the Dank
of London and Mexico, and two or
threo other concerns which met today
with tho acting head of tho finance
department.
Tho manogoment of tho Central
Hank exhaustod today tho reservo of
tho only tjireo moro stato banks by an
adroit delay Jn paying.
Ivong boforo tho regular opening
hour n double lino of noto holders
stretched a block from tho door.
"Wlion tho bank closed this afternoon
those half .way In lino at tho begin
ning had not reachod tho window,
Although the Central Bank's dlffl
cultlos do not concern directly any
other bank its Inevitable reaction was
manifest today particularly In tho
caso of the Dank of London and Mex
ico, whero thero was a heavy withdrawal.
Amnions met the labor delegation
in the house of representatives cham
ber. Tunis Demands Down
He lihtened quietly to their de
mand, then replied that he intended
to "tee Hint law continued to be en
forced in the btrikc zone just as it
has been."
In his turn, he demanded that the
trades tiuionislH hiibmit their griev
ances in writing. Their Kpokesiuaii
instantly complied. Then the ex
ecutive ntked for proof.
Andrew Colour, a striker who spent
omo timo under military iiuot,
promptly got up nud recited his ex
periences.
The fcoldiers took him from iail.
lie said, handed him a fcliovel and
ordered him to di' his own irrnvo.
Ho worked, he declared, until lie wim
exhausted, fainting repeatedly from
fright and weariness, while the mil
itiamen prodded him with bayonets
to keep him nvvake by Imvonct
thrusts. Finally, to his amazement,
tho officer in chnrco told him it
"was all a joke" and ho was released.
lUocutJvo I.Kteiin I'atlently
To this and other stories the gov
ernor listened pntientlv. He would
iiiventiirato them, bo oromised. In
conclusion, lie protested npiiiiht the
resolution adopted last night m fa
vor of Iiis recall.
Tho convention mot this afternoon
to discuss tho executive's reply. The
delegates mudo no pretence of being
sntislied with it.
Mum's
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Our spread of Christ
mas Footwear Is cer
tainly a grand one.
NOTHING HKTTKIt FOIt CIIKISTMAS GIFTS
Cavalier Hoots, Fausts, Ilnmcos, Opera, nnd Kvcrott In men's
slippers. Slippers that will certainly pleabo tho moil. I'rlco J1.-G
to $3.50.
Behling s S
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lei: Kiuiti:
LUMBER
Vice-President Win. Gerlg of the
FAolfio and Eastern Is visiting .Med
f.qrd. ,
Coffee
Good coffee there's
nothing like it under the
sun; no drink that can
give as mueli exquisite
yet harmless and whole
some pleasure.
Don't miss it; and
don't take chances. Ask
for Schilling's Best and
don't be side-tracked.
Preserved In its aroma
overfroBh, 1-lb. 2-lb. and 2'i
Jb, cane nieueybacfc,
r Warmth and
T Comfort for the Home L
T Wherever there are children in the home sW
r the comfort of the
M is particularly appreciated. Hut all homes have need for it
it is so convenient for heatinc the bedroom, bathroom, living
room or dininc room. Lights at the touch of a match. Easy H
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