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fEDFORD MAIX TRIBUNE, MEDftORD, OREGON, TITORSDAY, A-UOUST 5,'-3915.
. PAGE FOUR s- . . i I.' r t i: !' ( r MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE AN 1NDRPKNDKNT NEWSPAPRTl I'UULIHllKI) EVKHT AKTnilNOON EXCKl'T HUNDAY BY TUB MI2DFORD IUUNTINO CO. THE GERMAN-AMERICAN PROTEST. Office Mnll Tribune nulldlmr, S6.J7-J9 North fir Btroot; telephone 16. The Dcmocrntlo Time, The Mfriford Mall, Tim MouTiird Tribune, Tlio Hoittb rm OroKonlan, Tim Ashland Tribune. BUBSCnXFTXOH BATES Una year, by malt .. C.U0 Ono month, by umll... ..-.- .60 I'er nioiitli, dvllveretl by currier In Modforil, 1'hoHtilx, Jacknonrtlle and rvntrnl I'olnt .SO daturdny only, by mnll, per yonr 2.0 u Weekly, per yfnr........ . l.to Offlrlnl Paper of Uih City of Mcilford urflolal Paper of Jnnksoii County, Rnterril an serond'CltifiH tiinttcr nt Metlford, Onuon. under tli not ot Marcli I. 1879. Hwurn Circulation for 1914, HERS, full Icnued wire AHuoolatitd Prtn dl tiittulu a, oiSiJgge HiibBcrllmra railing to recolro papers promptly, plione Clrcu- f Intlon Mnnnger at 25011. f ! jt ! $ f ! $ HONG KONG KOLUM mm nplfl'j "National Gorman-American Alliance," in session at S.'tn Francisco, lias adopted resolutions protesting against the "unmoral traffic in arms and annijunition" with the allies and censuring the United States for its attitude towards Germain'. The United States under the rules of international law has vvvvy right as a neutral, to sell munitions to all belli gerents. To refuse to sell wo.uld'be a violation of neu trality. Germany, which has ruthlessly and defiantly vio lated ever)' rule of civilized warfare in its insane; lunge at the throat of IOuropc, in its ernnplotc relapse inlo,barbar ism, is in no position to criticise the actions of law abiding civilized nations. Those of ns who owe no allegiance io any foreign throne, and are unbound by the fuedal tics of fealty to mad monarchs, arc getting a lit lo weary of the officious, bump tious activity of so-called Gorman-Americans in behalf of a nation crazed by lust of world dominion and against the laud of their adoption. In the final analysis, there is no such thine as a Gor man-American or any other hyphenated nationality. There are Germans and there are Americans, but no mixture of the two. No man can serve two masters. Those citizens who have taken the oath of allegiance to the United States and still wear the collar of the Kaiser had better go back to the Fatherland if they cannot be loyal to the land of their adoption. Most of them came to the United States to escape the tyranny of the Prussian jngger. Those who still hanker for it, had bettor return and make their blood atonement in German desolated Huropo. Relations between Germany and the United States are strained to the breaking point, owing to the insane frenzy of the Germans who know no law save the crazed fantansies of a paranoiac. All that patience and forbear ance can do in behalf of outraged humanity is being done by Woodrow Wilson -to avert strife. And the so-called Gorman-Americans fsliow Uioir appreciation by resolu tions of censure! The European contest is in reality a struggle between uiodal autocracy and modern domoeraev. No student o humanity and history can come to any other conclusion. Not only mastery of Furope, but mastery of the world is the goal ot Prussia. With Europe will go control of Asia and Africa and let no American delude himself with the assumption that the United States will not be next on the list for conquest for in the Kaiser's creed, democracy must go. 'For fifty yeai-s Prussia prepared for the present strug gle and when conditions seemed aright and Uritain threat- nod with civil war, struck, catching a Kurope unprepared. School for Wives Run By Former Helen Gould (, ' X?. 'Vi v:a i yivi-ti ill cpnimiul- i $ &$!&, I tiikc." more prluV (n .-&', mJr -JEtM In- nu order ti plain, (rifSr 'tA inner than' in lior 'iilnl-, g, JtttMm-JSmik 2$ . fjovornnieiit in tim of fetBj&JSftwP Jggfa 8 lor n bnWIeship. WfKSKfrnM 8 i' from iToaohnr'rf ,CoI- VJyBiHa&SayzSjiVS B r rity'i'illiln'.M, (lie SBBSwm I very fttimlnv iimni- , fflnPjjWJfJIfl 9 s lire mil Inured lrun ,, "SflPl.ljJB onkiiiit cliiHrf, hWSftL 9 Ti imiin"" iilX "& WES-' 'MRuftWlUHKalIMJ?itSH mK mmmmmMWtSlBLmkkWWWm l.o(w iHiimcl.ccpliK;: .Mi-s. Miilry l. Slicpiuil, funncrly lloleii (iiiilil, W BdUSMHJI jiihI her liriuitlful Iiiiiiii, l.yiulliuiit, ul Tiirt)tin'ii, X. V., uIkii s!k Iiiw If KKBSK 11 WIIH MMM BY KUSSHN rllKUtS N'KW Yrtllk, Aiir. !. Marri"ii rtt Lyiulliiirt n linuoKwcpoiV pMh 138 limn lliren yvnrs hprxi'lf, ilfft.J'fitr liinrrii'il wnnion who winli to im Mnlov J. Slit'tinni. known tlirouuboiillnrovo llu-ir IioukoIioIiI tniiniittMiiuiitt Iho world ns-lltlcii (loiilil, Ims s tubltriht'il a ."clfoot for wivi-K nt Lyin liuisl, lief (Hiil(ry plni'c, nl Tnyiy town, Nc'w York'. ( An expert housekeeper mid . foml of everything winch pcttniiiR to homej milking) Mrs. Blii'piinl hnn toilny n elnd nfiniim tlnllt 100 young Uoinun wliu llii'i't'nr'lstnillnlil everv Riinir-' ilny mornhnr to reeeive iiHtrnetion in tew!ng( I'nftkiiig mill the keeping of household ncenuiiN. Tiieu is I'lso nin inMi'itctioii en I hiiyinv. .Mrs. Shepnn tile filet thnt h ueonotnieiil il ity to giveJief need $1110,000 An iimlriieto lege, New Vorl uooking ! i ing. liven hoy iifleiuling the i After the Vneiilloii Our roln Ih cone anil wo iiiiihL work To mini another hatch. Whllo In thulr nntlvo poohi Htllt lurk, Tlio flHh wo didn't cntch! Mr. O'llair Ih n linrhor nt ChnrlcH City, Iowa. .Mr, Noud hoIIr kuiiIh gontH rurnhihlnKB In South lluvun, Mtoh. Wiiilllio Ion ay (From HmmutHburB, la. Nnwn) Twin hiihhiH wero horn to Dr. und Mth. , I., "MurkH of l.ako Park. A liuiulier of their f rlomls had an ar- llHllcnlly iluuoratud Iron ciohh inmlo ami. proHunteil (o tlioin. Molljun ily, lly thin oJnr. Clilnu Hoy nay, nllllit don niayhiwo fllnd Vhii ctilltyt Alloit Molloan plnunhoH nlliidniiHin lluvun ulniiuy hi'ml. MIobI Mnllcan ploaehoH nlliimimiio huveo uluny lioorl. UN Wish Touhnr Ooo, ran )ou nlvn inn a long inntnnoo. JiltH-Nn, hill I'd llko to! 'Iho Truth GUutomor ((In kununl owner) Didn't you toll nit IIiIk iIok wan flnu ror.fftUif Why ho won't tnuoh thnm. 1"H0l Ownor -Won, lun't that fluo for tho mu? Itvphilneil Sho I rode uptown with, you In tlio it root our yontnriUy. I Itl You (lid?? Thni'H MrMimo I didn't no you, HUe Wll. you Im.l w m mid I wm tiulli)g. Judge. Stella's ILiiuiiln Coiintei' A bNk hook in IUh bt-nt pdoni etur for igmo folks It UIIn I hum toil how fnut thoy ura Kolng. Motl argiiiuuntH mi-ive at tho ho- tIUU Or K IHlltl'U DtRtlOH. I'ioiii VaiKtetlllo Joa Woloh Ttd I uw an old wonifiii, 00 yara of huh. jump rlUt In front of a rr. I gtf hr h pull und Mfa bar Itft. mid Kite mi) I'm h ub4i. Q, how sht UtHuk in. 8h Mr, "I'll Uha you liouio mlt mo." und wlk up d atrt wit bur. KforjriMjily IwiKH. Day tluk I not i lOiout roanuct for tho Dlvluo law. ARitliut lCiiRlatul wo (IkIU for booty U iniiiIi. Van ve ( to hr Iiuum! Our ieal eiinuiy U ICnultind. Wo have to . . . uruah nliolutoly per akii tout IBM down In ilo narlar uuil I MUoiih MUlon Biiliduo lir to mieli an oxtont, thnt hor Influonco all over the he my " IntixMlueo you to m wii-In-lnw, kitoter VlllUuts." uhU lte ' M) "Mr. Vllliama, dla la Mtatar J j Mlmuv. Ua aafv ma tuy Ufa today from net tin' killed by tlw car." llo look at wa all ofar uh1 ho aajr. "O. la dot mf" l)a Ua any, "Ara you sun OUST 10 JOSEPHINE COUNTY COMMISSIONER M.. . I 1 1 il .a it diicoss nas noon duo 10 lonii' nronara ion oi a rrussian ized (lorman nation that surrendered its liberty for Kai serism. The very fact that (termany alone was ready and all of the other nations rodiculously unprepurod, proyos louder than words who precipitated the war, I'o (lermany plans: "KIimiiiIIiik Hh rolorn In triumph, o'er a world-wldo gravo." One ol' tho best articles on the war that has recently appeared is that entitled "The Pontacost of Ciilnniily." by Owen Vislor in the Saturday Evening Post of .Inly .'). In it, the author has compiled iho following composite siaie.mont oi I'russiauisiu, compiled .sentence by sentence, from tho utterances of Prussians, tho Kaiser, his generals, professors, editors, and Nietzsche, part of it said years be fore the war, a declaration of faith now being ratified bv ion. Wo HolioiwilloriiH tako our crown from Ood alone On mo tlio Spirit of Cod has dom-omled. I regard my whole . . . tank uh appointed h)' liHavou. Who oppnxeM mo I Hhall oriiBli to plercii. NotliliiK must bo not tied in thin world without tho Intervention , . . of . . . tho Gor man omporor lie who IIMoiin to public opinion iiiiih a danger of inflict ing lininoiiHo luirm on . , . tho xtato, When one occupies certain po ItnloiiH in the world one oiiKht to iniike dii)0H tntlior than frleudH. ChrU t Inn morality cannot ho political. Troutliw uro only a diHgulne to conceal oilier political aluiH. Itememher that the (ionium people are tho cIiohcu of Ood. "Might Is rlKht and ... In decided by wnr. Uvory youth who en ter n heer-drluklug and dueling oluli will leccivo tho line direction of hla life. iWar In Itnoir U a hooiI thing. Ood will seo to It that wnr nl- wnya rticura. The oiioiIm dlrocted toward tho abolition of war nuiHt not only bo termed foulUh, hut nlmolntoly Immoral. The poaco of Kuropo In oul n Hooonilury mattor for uh. The hIkIu of sufforlnt; does one good; tho Infliction of mifforliiK does ono inoro nood. Tho war inudt ho conduct ed an ruthloarly hh poNxlhle. "Tho UollKlniiH Hliould bo uhot dead. They should bo . . . no left aa to mako ImpoMilblo all hope of iccovory. Tho troops are to treat tho IIoIhIkii civil population with unrcloutlug severity and frlKhtfulncxa. Weak UMtlona Iihvo not tlio khiiio iIrIU to live uh powerful . . . nations. The world Iim no longer naed of nntlouulltioa. Wo (iermnux have little oHtoem and lotw roapect . . . for Holland. Wo need to enlarge our colonial poMeaaloiiH: auob territorial wepilltlon wo can only reallxo at tho cot of other HtataH. "Huaalii inuat no longer bo our frontier. Tho Polish proas nhould bo Hiiulhllatod IlkowUo the I'ronoh and DuuUh . . . Tho l'oloa Hliould ho allowed three pilvllegoH; to pa taa. Hervo In the ami), and Hhut their Jawa. Franco inum bo ho completely crusliod that rIih will never nun In crow our path. You nuut romomber that we have not enmo to inako war on tho Krouch people, but to bilm; thom the higher ClvlllaiUlou. The Kronch hnvo ahowu thomnelVM decudout and STILL UNSETTLED da fellow rat aula mi iiiHtlar-ln-law?" 1 m., "ea, sir," ua4 ka aay, "Cow Into la from rooM. 1 rant to klf a Uclk mlt tMi " I vll uator tut aiKHler life. IIU ltls. Mother Willi, what M yaa tilling with? Wllllo v latfralUar M4 t III- U0 l.ttteu I'lllar. The Way One J! '- Nivwuh i v i ii -i ua-itC'l .i Jfll ( 1 fOi II n "U .ill. I1..W f U too abort. Ila lirlni Win ii..i u ih (In- t'i n.'W ' world U broken forovor lierman tihnuld roMhtce KnglUh an the Worlil language. KnglUh, the baalaid toiiKUa . . . inuitt bo swept Into tho romotoMt cornoi . . until It ha mlurniHl to it oHkIiiuI olomonta of nu lnlRnlflcnnt pirate dialect I'bc tlenuun lanauago acta ua a IiUwsIuk, which, coiuinK direct (Mini the hand of Ood. alnka Into tho hourt like a procloun balm. To a, more than any othar uutlim. U IntruattMl tha trna atructuro of human eiUtence Our uwu country, by eiiiulolnc military power, has attained a lt-arM or Culture which It could never have roarhod by pe.icoful inoann WAMIIIXdTO.V, Aug. .-.-Tho cou liincrn,v helwcen the Cnileil Siulcs mid (leniinnv over the "inking of the Anierienu ship William I. Krye xtill lemaiueil uii'.olllcd with the publica tion today nl' the IntoM (icrnmu note uguiii justifying the (Icrnmu course uuil illnlniting williugucHh to iiiuko lopiunlion Tor tho whip. Itcplyiug to the InM Amorieuu rep resciitatioiih, (fennany in justified lion of tho sinking of the I'r.vo, ad heres to her proioiirt claim that the net win not in eontraveiiliou nl' the I'riii'sinii-Ainericun ticiilv or inter iintioual law. Tho whole cnutincry Iiiiiixk on Article Kl of thnt J i only, the Aincri cnu eoutculiou lieing thnt it ceirio ally proteeled tho l-Yyo fimn heing sunk, nlthnuuh not protecting u eon trahnud cargo. (Jonnniiv, on the other Iimni. centciiiU that tho urliclo only obligate- hor to pay ihuungex. In uguiu ollering to p.iv for tho ship (lei many accept, the American pioposnl thnt iho amount of dauuige he tixed l two e.pert., one to he selected h etii'li country, und plcdttch prompt im.Miicnl for violation of Ameiican riuht. Should thnt inetli oil he uiiNiliiifnclory, the I'niteil Slnti i niMted to nihitmtion t Tlie llasuo. It I- con-iilcred likely thnt the eom-ini-Hiou method will he Mitisfnctorx to the Tinted St.i)e. proMiled, however, that no troiitv riulits are waxed. TO LEAVE WARSAW WAHSAW, .Inly JJ, 1 mail Io IV frogruil und l.onilon, Any. .- The hurried mcusurcw ixloptcd for the evacuation of the city me shown in a number of ollieiul orders which hnvo nppcnrcil. Tlio-o uilictK direct tho reiuovnl of the L'niveisity of Wnr suw to Mo-ciiw and the ilicontin liauco of the uthuiui'xtrntinu of jus lice before the high court after .Inly 'J I. Another Miys that all horses, uutninnhiliM ninl other means of tiauporlution not rcmovtid to the light hank of the YiMula hefore duly IS will ho Milijcct to (ho rcipiUilion of the govcruiuenl tliorenl'lor. The order for tlio removal of the university directs (lie luculty to lonve today ninl -ay thnt if it w found impo.'.sihlo for them to return the course, will he continued nt Moscow I'niveihity, n tuition- cduemiiiuml in stitution. Oflicinl plnns Imvc hern pnhlishcil for the niiinir.ntiiin of tlie male civil inn popiiliitiou hetween tho ngiM ot IS mul .1(1 yon r for Miilitniv work Mich ih tniuxpoitntion, the huihling of road- und tho diluting 'f treuchc . Tliosc plans provide thnt ouch 1000 xliiill hca under tlie diicctinn of a "head man" with a centurion to' euclt 100. The lioml men" and icn-tuiion- will receive $ 1.112 n lny, while enoli worker will ri ivo .VI ecnt- a day mul In- hoard. The tin do n gnuixHtiou ol eixilians will lie turned oier to the military niclioi-ilto- THE PAGE The t'tvtlliatluu of Munklnd auffora ovorv tliuo a Oormau hiHiomoi. an AmarlMN l.t ua drop our ralaarable attauiMta to excuse fierninny's acU Iwu. We willed It Our mlcht Uall create a now Inw in Kuiuim!. It In Oarmaay thai airtkaa Wa aro morallv and Intellactually auiiertor beyond il compurUuu Wo wuat . . flakt with Hulau biaiaU. Kocliali marvottarltja uuil lltdauui (auatlra Wa have nothing to apologlie fer. It U Mw cutaauoaaa whatevwr If all the muuuniPiita over cioated, all the picture r palaled, alt th buUiHuau evr aitjcted b tho groat ar4tl tti af tha aorld. U dvatnuad. . . . Tao uglloat aioua ularotl to I HMirk tava burial at a Uarmau greaaitlar ut a tuora ulflrlout; luohumant than HI Ina tatucttiaih of Kurop uut tosataar. .o raaiiooi ior toe iQUina oi tfaakskar. Newioa and Karailay. "Tba toll i iirbwriua. What f It Tho 0irwu rlatMi wuM hoi . . . l-.,iu.-iioi ut luua. . UrgaHlautkiH of ktttinsl. . . . 1W- HanOou i Oi it .irr lar Iwiraal. Uat ua aUollaM unrlriu ami fuWe hunu. io u ta ahfu lattk, hop aad hairad; bui hairatl (a tho Krtwtoai amoiiH i ut iu " ( uh there be any harmony between such a ereod and linn. ii-rni-x f Chi tin I'lulcil Stall's tii' its soul into the . Kii-pinu "i i Ins Pniv-i.iu in ..iivti,.-it ui ,t FiaiiUiiisti in ' Medford's Leading Theater Cool, Comfortable, Well Ventilated LAST TIMI3 TONUS UT BETTY NANSEN The Famous "Royal Actress" in ANNA K ARENIN A Py (mnt Leo Toilstoi Five Acts HEARST-SELia WEEKLY ADDICI) ATTUACTION TONU!UTONl,Y No Athamo in Admission First Moving Pictures of Eastland Disaster Nearly 1000 Lives Lust in Clueaijo River Unparalleled Tragedy Shown on SoroQii Regular Prices 5-10-15c LONDON PAPERS 10 REDUCE THtlRi SIZE LONDON, Auk. Ti.- Dccronsod ad vortlalntc revenue mul a shortage la tho suplily of chomlcalii noeoaBnry for tho manufacture of white paper have rofiulted In an aKroamcnt by tho pro prlotors of London's ncwapnporH to roduco tho nuinbr of paBoa. Tho I'oat today contalnod ten. paKoa, whllo tho Tlmoa, Telournph and Standard contained twelve. Some of the two cont dalloa freo.ucj)tly have piinicil twentv or mora pagoa alnco tho war has been In proKrcaa. OIMVTS PASS, ub r.Actlon hat been rommcnccil In tho circuit court of Josephine county nRnlnst rounty CominlsRloncr H. .L Llnil, throiiKh which It In nought to cstnh llfih thai Llnd Ih IllsOally holding two poHltinns of pay at the samo tlmo contrary to tho word and tho npir!l of the atnte constllnllon. Tho tltlo of tho action la tho "Stato or OrCKon on tho relation of Jnmea T. Logan, plaintiff, vh. R. .1. Llnd. defendant " ApncarlnR for tlio pros rct;on arc W. T. Mlllcr,dl8tjlct nt toniON, and C. A. Sldlor and W. C. Halo, nttornoys for Jnmca T. LORnn, tho relator. It Is alleged In tho complnl;it that tho board of county commlsRloncrft, of which Mr. Llnd Is a member, In March of tho present year named rommlRftloncr Llnd to tho offlco of county road master, thus Riving him two offices to which pay Is nttnehod nt ono and tho samo tlmo, contrary to the constitutional provision. Tho complaint ninlntnlnn thnt tho law pro vides that tho road mnster shall ho appointed nt tho .lanunry meeting, nnd that when It wns not so dono that tho later appointment wns not legal, furthermore, that In accepting tho office of road master, performing Ita duties and drawing tlio snlnry at tached, Mr. Llnd has forfeited his of fice of county commissioner, and that ho was therefore illegally acting In such cnpnclty at tho present tlmo and Illegally drawing tho compensation that tho court of which ho was serv ing at a member was allowing him. Tlio court prays that tho court tuny grant relief by fining Mr. Llnd In nnv sum up to $2000, tho money to g' to the use and benefit of Jos cphlno county." Safe mute & for t v Infants and Invalids HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Tho Food-Drink for all Ages Rich milk, malted groin, in powder form. For infant, invalid J growing children. Pure nutrition, upbuilding lie whole body. Invigorates nursing mothers uJ the aged. More healthful than tea or coffee. UnJosa you say "KORLIOKW you may got a substitute fiHICHESTER S PILLS '"r-rv . UK iMAiiunii iiu.vio, CITV TUKASntr.lt'S XOTIOK Offlco of the City Trousuror. Mod ford, Oregon, Annual ind, 11)1.'. Notice fa hereby rIv'pu that there nro funds on hand In tho City Treas ury for thin redemption of tho fol lowlnx bonds. Improvement Itouds; .o. 101 H and 107 ft, dated Sopt. 1, 1911. Interest oh tlio above namod bonds will cease at the next Heml-annunl Interest pavlius period, Sept. 1, 191H. WIS II. SAMJ'KLS, Ufi City Treasuror. Vs W i.oui'.i AiNriiraiUiii t hl.f l.M.lf r llUmoitJ IlrtBdyVN I'lll. In II. J in J J.IJ i.,iiltiAV et, inldl HI lllu. RIIi.Y ip . N. ilka nu olftrr. llup r ti IllAilOXIl III1AM) 1'll.l.H.fu. AA yon kw u !itI.Sltt, AUn Rllil.. SOID BY DRIGGISTS EVtRWHERE John A. Peri UNDERTAKER Lndy Assistant as K. IJAltTLICTT I'honca M. 17 anil 17-JJ AmlitilHiiPH Wrvle Cvn-vrirr SAFETY FIRST Don't rink Injuring yourself nnd setting your house on fire by attempt ing to clean clothes at home. It Is dangerous, und is not worth the risk to which vow oxposo yourtolf. You can InBiiro your own rtfoty nnd tho proper hnndl'ng ot your ciothos by rending tiiui for cleaning j csslng, "Ivolng to a plant which Is ncdern, flro proof nnd up-to-date. Our charges tro so low. that It will not pay you to do your own work, For your own protection, call 244, Jlilil inivfllUL Matinee and Night JESSE L. LASKY lii Axsorintion With . DAVID BELASCO PixWnts the WiirhMVifiV livorito Star t Blanche Sveet In a Higimtir Pii-turiznlion of Wm. ( DcMillc's Civil X:w Di'iiniiitii- (Mas.sir, Originally Pi-mlm-i-il hv Daid lU'lasiu, Kntitli-il The Warrens of Virginia A Trvnu mlouslv Movinjr Picture of lttU-rittld Suf- rcnutfH and the l)ninistir"TrMK'dufci wf Civil Strife. Priw 0 aiul 10 Cents. One Dny Only. Don't Miss It. f