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ft I ."V. . ' '& ' f PAGE POUR A1EDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE AN INDnPfiNDKNT NEWSt'AI'RIl i'Uumhiikij uvnuy aftbiinoon KXCKI'T HUNDAT nY T1II3 MUDFORD I'RINTINQ CO. Offlcn Mnll Trlliuno Hutltllne, 26-37-28 Nortli Kir Btrcetj tcloplione 75. Thn Democratic Tlmos, The Medford at A 1 1, Tlio Mcdfonl Tribune, The Bouth era Orrgonlan, Tlio Ashlnnd Tribune. RUnSOBXPTION BATES On year, uy mail .. C,oo Ono monili, by mull ....... 80 Pit month, delivered by cnrrlcr tn Mcdfonl, I'hociilx, Jacksonville nml Cmitrnl Point .. .60 Saturday only, by mall, por year.-. 2.00 Weekly, pur year 1.60 orflclnl Paper of tlio City of Mcdford Official Pa por of Jackson County, (entered flit eecimil-chms matter at Mijilford, Oregon, under tlio act of March I, !?!. Sworn Circulation for 19M, 2588. full leaved wire Arsuolutcd I'rcaa dli' patches. g$jjSn t ! $ .;. ;. Subscribers falling to receive f papers promptly, phono Clrcu- latlon Manager at 25011. .;. : j j ! $ 3 t 4 fr l 4 4 TRAGEDY OF LITTLE J CHICAGO, July Bti- In tlio morgiio or Hip Itastlnnd dead tlioro IIoh tlio body of "No. HOG," nil 8-yoar old hoy, linolnlmed und iinlilontlfloil. Except for n holo In tlio Unco of IiIb trous ers thoro Ih no distinguishing mark nliout Ills npparol, nnd none of tlio thotiintuls of aoarolion for tlio inly ing could plnco lilm, so tlio public linn clnlinod him for Its lln. A mound of flowers Is lining nliout tliu llttlo body nnd to ouch wronth In plnnt'd n kindly mossttgo. "For 3911, u poor kid," rtmdH ono. "For tho llttlo boy, from Mm. O. J. L." miyn nnothor. If nobody mlssos n llttlo boy with n holo In tho knoo of Ills trousers, No. 39(1 Jh uro to havo IiIh trip to tlio burial ground attended by mourn ors. Moro than a dozen have volun teered to bury tho lad, nnd tho boy scouts bnvo otforod to glvo him a mil llnr funeral. TWO MEN KILLED ISY-LKSMon.INKAl X, I'Viiime, July 20. A French aeroplane eiirry inif a pilot nml mi observer (VII li tlio ground from it height ir nliinil 14)00 fuel while umkiiiK u I'liiilil liuio IiikI nilil, killiuif Imlli men. One iiiiiii jiiitipcil mill uiih killed iin Mrik inif (lie ground, nml the other wn- llllllieil l-i ileutli U licit llie iMiilnr tv pllllll'll. Thill ,'ilHI liable- lilt i .I u I In- louidrv I nun pii'M nl. ilili' .i u --' -i the i'liiilil itl' tin' Miiiui'ii o-lcnp.illi-"f America, who liuxe oigauued uu intuiiaiio (hiiiiwikh l'"i' Ike piiiHiM' of tttiMir lliu liven of 100 hubics ti lu v. The women's depart iiientol' the bureau of Hlblic hcnllli of I lie Aiucr KHii Otomthic association, hits or ItHitlfod tbw wrk upou u systematic Imsi 991) ! Holivitkw uiv now evi dent 111 many cities in the count rv. Dr. .iH.Ptiiin U Piene. ot l.tmii, Ohio, U etiuimiMii of tbi (letmrtinent Mud Dr. Itulh A. Iww. of llnrrtx liuiv. I'm., U Hvirtur, &l the nine trentb unnuul iitiH)iuthie loinentioii in l'orthtiid, Orvgoti, the lirl week in AuKUKt, lr. I'iiM-ee will report uhh tlm irunM of thi work ttml ill ulno Ih it obniyt' of U MVlloll de oiod to the oiiiMiiirti. "TwjLjjht Hliwp" by ih o-ie.i-iwttliie nvthod of prenMiin' itnexlhe-i.i lllld rtHIIHl OlljUktnifNt is tn he ,nl HiiniMttr4 nt tho convenlion li Hi. iMurion V.. t lurk, of liiUiiuuiMiln- A M other iVnture vf the euinpnun Tor the tiiweuiion of iliM'ue, will he th oeriiiMtiev of tlu prim ipul cbun-hch of I'oiiliiiul hv emiuu'it " tuouNtbic -iTiHli.U from oiber it m uu the Hondas heloro tbe itjtvtic lion. Tins will nuik iiihhi VHrioim pliHKCx r hi'tillh "nil Huniiiiti. n. German Siiiflprs Pnrmle. l.OH AN(U;iJ, Jtlv 3t. - A irnil itule or Mimer lumuKli tne iuiiiei. ootiwi of the eity umrkMl the on iiif lierc Imlnv of the uuiMe ftm Hvill qf Oi nii.ui -ingiitif KO'intie of (Iin 1'h'M- il.i-i. TIumo in im i- of tho iiiW xuui nit of foil ..n!, i , made to Mtb-li-li ii null"' i t' tival or KneuKttr- 1 DED HORROR BOA AEROPLANE TUMBLES REVERING THE npillu Ui't'ironiaii nuotoa with annrovnl a loUcr Jroni tx- A SiMiator Kliliu Hoot to (institutional Oovonnnont people of the country study The Mail Tribune is glad great reactionaries. By all opporlunitv. First of all, and as a means of inducing it, congress should provide lor the printing and I roe distribution ol ten million copies of the journal kept by James Madison of the proceedings of the convention that framed it. Let them read of how Governor .Morris fought for a property qualification for voters, giving as a reason that in time this country would be a manufacturing nation, and would number a large nipuber ol people without lauds or prop erty, and if given the ballot they might take (lies prop erty from those who had it. Let them read how Wandolph wanted to provide for the recall of the inembers of the lower house of congress, as a safeguard against legislation that might endanger the rule of property. The National Asociation has starled something I hat wil hardly turn out as its promoters desire. The purpose of course, is to create reverence for tho constitution and the long buried men who framed it. The object is to per petuate government by the dead of a past century. The state of New York is now holding a constitutional convenlion as it does every ten years. Why should we not hold a convention at least ivi'vy thirty-five years, so the people of each generation could feel that they were living under a government formed by themselves aiid not one devised by IJioir great-graudfathersV The reason is plain. Kor thousands of years pari of Ininianity has been struggling against chattel and eco nomic slavery, and the few and powerful have been fight ing to maintain it. The farther back we go for our precedents of govern ment the less liberty is granted the masses, and the more privileges are vouchsafed the few. Hence the purpose of encouraging the reverence for antiquity. Hut the school houses havo grown too plentiful. The only hope for our reactionaries is their destruction, or the limiting .of their work entirely to vocational training. By all means let the people study the constitution, and the history of its period, and the motives of its framers. And then let them study the constitutions of other coun tries, and their constitutional history. Let them delve deep into the history of government and law, and when (hoy have done so they will arrive at one common con clusion, and that Avas expressed by Abraham Lincoln when ho said: "No man is good enough to govern another man without his consenl." Lot the connuon people study tho constitution from lljeir own viowjoin(,and they will quickly realize that it is meant to enable the few to control tho uiiairy. Such has boon the history of all government, republican or nionar chial, excepting a, few so-called uncivilized peoples who havo boon crushed out by Christian nations. By all means lei, the people sludv the constitution anil Jaws made by their superiors. prior to the ereneh revolution when (he law gave the Seigneur upon his return from hunting, the right to kill not more than two peasants, for tho purpose of refreshing his tired feet in their warm blood and bowels. Lot tho people have the time and opportunity to oon linuo their study through all of recorded history", and he longer they study the more they will realize that Lincoln spoke a groat (ruth founded upon history of man and his governments and laws. WAR STOCKS S MARKET OPENMG NKW Yt)HK. Jul uu. There wm .i nihil to luiy war nIiiuKm ul the iiH'iuim ni' tho innthcl IikIu.n. I . S. S-el, I'rucililu Steel, Wi)iiiitlilMl' Kle'tiu- uiitl Alii) rimluicr woie bought in Iiim of hovornl iIioiiniihI uliuivo inn thn sluekh, u well n Bethlehem Sleel, reiii'liud new hih teeoiiW. Speculation of t'riieibih Steel wim pailii-uliuh igoiim. Thu optuiiuir wu five tlliinii,l Iiarpx nt (IS to 70, eoiiiNiitsl Ailli .i'p.lenlHy'i nIoo of tkl' j. Tlio price iiiomitctl i-apiilly to 7i', nml ml unce of Hllj on the uuv nml 'M intuit oh tho wtK'k. Itulblilu-ui Sleel juium)i1 tax kiint to a70. Weoting-1 liouo liiwllip (HUieil witli Mx lliou- u ml hliurvx nt 112 to ll.'1., 1 atrniiixt votoiiln,v'ii cIimw of 1U-1.' Alli-Cliuliiunw ioo '2 iHiiutx to 'Js . ! A number of other Hloekx wiImiiu-iI I ( J pi'iuU. Uiiilioail olmiek wet.--I i niiy, altlioimli St. I'niil, mi wlmli ii tl.-n. t in lion i, ( be taken IciliiX,1 -Iiiiiiii-iI I i"ii't. I E I I rrr BRUSSELS OR ZEPPELINS LUbo I'AHIS. f n i :a Mioiiior fln of "bove ami iuoliHml. The tliu oue iiiilllou ilollam has been Impos-1 Wl11 ,,,,'' lvtiirnoil to the Me.umi 4 ou the i-ln of UrusxeW h tho tier- Anion the imengeiv iwi XI. A uiftu uiithorities In eonseipjonco of ik dsmructlon of a J5i'iiieli bk balloon at Kvre bv aviators of i thu allitis, aetoriilug to correspondent t llnvro of tbe l'titlt Pnrlslon. A jliMMtob from Aniaterdajn Juuo 1 wid that Uritlah alrutwu hud at-tMC-Kwl Hie SwitoUtt hwl at Mi ere Herthw'Mt of llritMobj, aud bud mi MEDFORJ) MATL TKTBUNK CONSTITUTION. tlio National Association for in which he urgos that the their constitution. to be able to agree with these means give the people such Lot theqi go back to days MORALS LAX ON 'IIK'AOO, Julj '. m morals and KiimblluK prevail on o.xciiislou boots plyliiK out ot Cliliano, ucrord lug to a report of an luvostigatlou ly tio Juvonllo Proteetlvo nssoelatlou, presonted to Ira II. Mansfield and William Nichols, feiloial Ipspoctors of stoaiiMhlps, and iniulo public to ilaj . "I.luns Is synoio iiioiis with lib erty on most of tho oAuurslou steam ers pMiis; out of Chlonio, ami the iuowI atmosphpro Is of tho free and iHisy kind," tho report says. "Tho whole. Infliienco of tho life Aboard dining week end ami holiday trips, tn far hh It bears on tho oung. is deiuonilliug '' SUBMARINE HALTS NKW YOUK. .lull -"J. Pii-M-mjer-.ii 1 1 i ii vr here todai on the line No'' i t tnmi Kotteiilnm .nl lb - teauier wg tletaineil ;i. linia on Dial h m BiitiJi imtrol heat, wluli lb I'.e Aiihtriii) Wengei- were lakui EXCURSHN BATS DUTCH w- '- Tianla, Van Stiirkenhnr uirlsl-iSt'"',l,,"w,,,. a,,,M,", o1' ,u' ni,, !l ' '" "' llwiiingtoi JoKn A. Perl UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant JW H. H.UTLl71vr Phones M. (7 and 17-J'J AuitiuUuco Son ice tJironer MEDFORD, OKEnON, TITFKSnAY, TITTY 20, 1915. JOHN EMERSON AT STAR THEATER TONIGHT IN "THE BACHELOR'S ROMANCE" aHPvv'5 r HRiksfjJ" i Jt ji i' j3SV9ftkiiiflaL f? fMHBhHBHliiaVfK John Kni'mon, ni David Holmes, tho efcontrlc bachelor, uIioho hntrail of tho female box Ih even Krenter than his enormous lovo for hooka, .Mr. Kniornon bun many opportunities for tho kind of chnrnctor-portrayal that Hay, .Mr. Kincnson la nt his very best, made bin former Hereon rolo so popii-Jnnd IiIh quaint, delicate humor ofton Inr. This Intonse animosity toward approaches, nnd Fomotlmcs surpasses tlio Rontlor species suddenly changes, tho most notable refined comedy por howovor, whou his young wnrd runs tntyuls thnt tho stngo or screen has nwiiv from tho farm whore alio has supplied In many years. FRENCH PLUNGER BE PARIS, July 29. Tho following statement wag Issued today by tho I-'rencli mlnlitor of marine: "Tho KrOneli wjuadron In tho Dar danelles la without direct uonts of tho French submnrlno Marlotto, which ontorod tho straits July 2(3 to oper ate lu tho Spa of Murmorn. "Acrordlng to tclogrnmH from Turklah sources tho mtbmarlno has been sunk and the officers nnd crow of III havo boon mailo prlsonors." A dispatch from (,'oiistantinoplo to tho Mlttng ZoltupK of Ilerlln, said tho Marlotto was destroyed by a Oormnn Hiibmarlno July 2G In tho narrows of tho Dardanelles. NO PAY, NO STAY, BALL MAGNATES SAY eiNCINN'ATI, July 29. A playor Is JuDtlflod in Jumping, his contract If his club Is In nrroars In snlnry to hlm, ncrordliiK to a statement by nmlrmnn llerrman of tho .National Commission. "If thn Khuwih City club was In nrrtwr to Cumntnn. tliu playor auto matically became u free agent and had tho iilmoluto right to go to tho Federal League or to any other league that would engage him," ho paid. L REACHES BAY CITY SAN l-'l.'Wi ISt'O, .lull J'l. The 1'nileil Stale- -riii-er Alb. mi .n III I'll tiidni uilli lilll iiii'iiibei- ul the Or'jron iiiimiI militia aboanl, mi Iheu iniiiiiiil pnielire erni-c. Fniir il.n hIkmv leave mI M' iillounl Hie pun lieie. The Alh.inv will eniiliiiiie (lie ei'iii-e Id I'nait Soiuul, -tnppiiiv nt I'oi't Aliyi le l.'l' tai-'el i ieiec ami ii'iiii'imii: in r-rilanil. Aut-'U-I '. MAY m I . J S v I III Hht&Mt99tttKlr STEAMER i - - ' a W E III ""'l "ie l - ""doriui;, cither 1 r bii-nu-s or j pleasure, come from dependable sen ice nnd l'ord 3 YOU re OH the right track f economy, nd oxpluin wliv bulf tho onr owiiors to- J t r . r j f ;,,.; day driio Fonl eur. An uvunigo ooJt uf two :ott can find use for a little tobU r mio fm. ruimill(; 1(ml muimmuitie, I more fun you OUght to ltnrringr the unforobeon, oacli rottiil buver of u new 8 lord ear, between August 11114 nnd 'Auwit1 1D15, I 4 will reeoivo from 10 to ;?li0 " JlMre of tro Ford I (t4 WWF&.T WrSr Motor ("ommny's profits. I 3 fi. W l I II Ii m S7 'iv... 1.... Pur A-llM. nnmiliont .S.llll: Town Par Stifld: I 'J-lilCL W MilyLxV 1'ouiHjlot $730; Swlnn 075; f. o. b. IMroit with lllj T 00" all equipment. On display and wile at I l X III (III Maybe uw" rvon't he faiimal V.y C. E. GATES I maybe Until. !ni3&k& I 1 :; S?Jt,&xz3 pi , ,,,,. ll iaiBBWWWWBaaBBiaBa7 - - niaiirti. - - i a in hi . I boon brought up to vittlt her Kuar- dlnn Tho stern old book-worm un- dergoes a vnst metamorphosis, nnd emergen totally traiiHfonncd. In this period of reconstruction nR ono mlKht SORROW RES ffl FOR ONE CIIICAOO, July 29. Tho Knstland (llsnMer, which brought death to probably 1200 porsons nnd spread sorrow over tho city, brought n br.Itlo to Joo Yost, who with his sweetheart, Miss A hi im Stubournticli, stood on tho uper deck when tho ship went ovor. Togothor they Jumped Into the rlvor nnd Joo swam with tho girl to safety. Their friends today learned thnt Alvlnu nnd Joo wero married last night. L MOORE IS RETIRED. OLD AGE WAMIIIIXdTOX, Julv -J!). Hour Admiral (.'. It. T. Monte, eoiuiiiumlaut of the naval Motion nt Honolulu nineo February, IDKI, was trans f erred Imlnv to tbe retired lisl on ne count of old age. I (cur Admiral Clifford ,1, llnin-h i eu route to re lieve him. Admiral Moore's fiiist non service was on the Aliisku in 18711. Cnplaiu Albert (Heaves, eommnud ant to the New York niivv yard since September, HUI, will succeed Kenr Admiral tMoore in the Ijnt of active rear udminils. Two Week Service South. NKW YOKK, duly W. Agents of the I'neifie Sleam Xiuitfiitioii com piiuv nml of the Ko.viil .Mail Steam I'uekel coiupiiuv nuiiiiiiiiced today that a foitnightlv sen ice between New Yolk und the wc eijat of Smith America will be inaugurated h way of the I'miaiuu canal us soon lie the Kleamers intended I'm' (he sen ice are releincil hv (he lritih -.-in eminent from transport serine. The licet will cnli-i-t of l.'i.lHIO top -te.iliul'- with iii'coiiiiiiod.itioiis tor IIIIMI i--in.'cr-. CHICHESTER S PILLS '!rf"t.Ai,o,,'i''in H.Trns I'lAHlin I 111.1 I II.I.M. f.i & tlaki.vlillllnl, (ft Al.tnltclll' la SOLO BV DRUGGISTS EVERWHERE fM i.M'!":!t'l:,,,l"",,n'iurii4V I'lll. ! 11,4 .1 11. M nolillicSV I im, ir.i.l iil Hlu Riuioa. V vv a BACK RUST DAKOTA WORRIES T Chicago, July 29. - Wheat under went a material dccllno In valuo to day owing to lower auotntlops from Liverpool and because of optimistic reports concerning tho outlook for tho domestic spring crop. A lending expert telegraphed thnt tho black rust In South Dakota had mndo no prog ress for a week, and tnht ten days moro of fnvorabel weather would lenve tho South Dakota crop safe. There wecr also advices that tho yield per'nero of tho wbolo winter crop belt would be larger than had been expected. Oponlng prices, which ranged from last night's level to 1 1-8 lower, wero followed by n fur ther set-back all around. Corp eased off with wheat nnd ns a resut of slightly higher tempera tures throughout tho west. This wnrmth was taken to Imply n moro rnpid growth. After oponolng 1-1 3 15-8 off to 1-8 01-1 up, tho market declined to a modcrnto extent below litRt nlght'fl figures. Ontn topk the same courso ns other grain. Trndo was light. Lower prices for hogs weakened provisions. Support was slim. THE PAGE Mcdfortl's Leadlnq Thuatcr Cool, Comfortnhle, Well Ventilated LAST TIME TONIGHT WILLIAM FARNUM In Ono of Ills Greatest Successes A GILDED FOOL Flvo Acts Hearst-Selig Weekly SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM Anneuncement: To ncconuuodato those who wish to hear Mr. Hryan and tho concort at tho park, the man agement will give an extra showing of this groat picture. No Advance In Admission Prices: r.-10-lTic SAFETY FIRST Don't risk Injuring yourself nnd sotting your houso on fro by attempt ing to cleap clothes at homo. It Is dangerous, uild Is not north tho risk to which von c.poio otirfiolf. You can Insuro your own mdity nnd tho (irppor handling, of your ciothco by raiding tne. i for cleaning penning, Helng to a plant which Is acdern, flro proof and up-to-date. Our charges fro so low that It will not pay o'i to do your own work. For your awn protection, call 244. W MARKETS O.VI-J SeOOXFlTi OIVKS ASTONISH IX HKSUIjTS ' Mcdfpr'd residents pro rtHtonlshed nt tho QUICK results from the slmplo mixture of buckthorn hark, glycorlno, etc., known ns Adler-l-ka. This rem edy nets on HOTII upper and lower bowel and Is so THOROUGH a bowel cleanser that It lo used successfully Ip appendicitis. ONB SPOONFUL of Adjcr-i-ka rollevca almost ANY CASIO of constipation, spur or gnssy stom ach. ONB MINUTB after you tnko It, tho gasses riimblo and pass out. L. H. llasklns, Druggist. STAR $z TONIGHT Mntlneo und Night. John Emerson IN A Bachelor's Romance Paramount Feature In Four 1'arts. Weekly News Plenty tlmo tp sco full show after tho Ilryun Meeting. Mntlneo every day, 2:00, :i::M) p. in. Nights, 7;ir., 8:45 p. in. I'ltlCJISn AND IOC. AUTO SBUVICB VllOM KAGLK POINT TO MKOKOIH) AND HACK Tho undersigned will lcavo Frank Lewis' confectionery every day ox copt Sunday for Mcdford with his auto at 1 o'clock p. tn., arriving at 2 p. m. Lcavo Nash hotel, Mcdford, at C p. m., arrive nt Englo Point nt C p. m. A part of tho traffic Is solicit ed. S. H. HAnNlSII, Englo Point. Ora VELVET ICECREAM Always pleases ho young nnd tho old. Just tho desert for theso hot days. It's pure, wholcsomo nnd re freshing. Prompt delivery on all Ico cream and butter orders. FRESiriMILK AND CREAM AT FACTORY The White Velvet Ice Cream Co. Phono 4S1 32 S. C St. MOTORISTS Do you know the ROADS of OREGON CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON and BRITISH COLUMBIA They are all in the new ROAD BOOK You should have one. CRATER LAKE MOTOR CAR CO. T lvst lv Di' ii' ' y Wt ( (;4V tlM iiulll. i'