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PAGE FOUR MEDFOltD MAIL TI?,TBUNTC, M rciTKOU-T), OREGON, 8AT1T1?TAY, NOVKMHF.R 1, 1015 i i E MEDFORP MAIL TRIBUNE an iNDi:ii:NDnNT Ni:wfit'Aii:it puulikiikd nvi:uv aktkhnoon KXrtSI'T HUNPAY IJY THU MtlDKOItU l'MNTINU CO. Ofricn Mil 1 1 Trltilllio ililllilliiK, 25-27-29 North Kir aired, tclrplionc 70. The Democrntlo Tlin, Tlio Mi'ilforil Mull, Tlio Alcilfiird Trliunp, M'lio Houtli cm Ort-gonnn, Tliu Aitlilutul Trlmim. SUBSCRIPTION HATKS Ono year, by real IB."" Ono monlii, by ntnll . .. .Co Tor innntli, dcllvnt'tttl by cnrrlor In Jlcurortt, I'liotnlx. Jnokmrnvllle nnd Central Point .- .K0 RntuhUy oil'. by nmll, ir ycnr.... 2. nil Wclciy, per yonr - 1.B0 "yflclnl Paper of Urn Cltv of Mctlfonl. -Offlclul 1'nper nf .liirhvon County. Untfri'd. no K"ConiI-c!n mnltur nl MiWonl, OruKon, under tlio act of March 3, 1SD. Sworn Circulation for 1914, 26S8. Full liMiBi-J wlr Associated l'rrsi dls yntulit'R. BIi Subscribers falling to rccclro papers promptly, phono Clrcu- Intlon Manager nt 2G0-U. ' )' 4- HONG KONG KOLUM wmmoN mm Why are the darltoy nntl tho chick rn always nHHorlntetl together -Polo. (Ono rlonm from 1 In in and odder from eggs.) T! Mo! Hot The Cnrr family residing near T.utircl, Miss., have named their now heir Ford. TIiuh Ford Cnrr springs Into fiiiiie nt tho Jump. M. A. . When 1 united our claim to iiiimn the chief difference between (ho niiii jhhI moon, one hoy said the huh It bigger and healthier thnn the moon 4 heoniisp ho goon to bod earlier. Kiln G. At Tho Knnit Hiirgmiiit (to pilvato at practice) You got it bull Cbitll'H oyo) that time my man! Hocriilt Splendid! Sorgount -Yo It' In tho field tin the right or tho target! TIiom Pessimists Agnln Filday night my little hoy nulled his grnndpap the difference between a poaatiulst and mii oiitlmlit. "An oiillmlit think tho tlmoM are ripe the poMlmliit thlukt they are roiton." HMld the old gent --Harney. TimIiij's llnllilngi.tr May Irwin, tho nctroaa, once em plnjod an Alnlmiim nogieea hh cook Once alio asked Dinah If her husband was a good provider. "Yninum," anya Dinah, "ho' u good pdivldwli all right, but l'o allua sheered ho'a gwlno tvr lot caught at It!" Stella' llnt-nglu Counter Many men who call "a apiulo a Hpado," (Wu ndcl a heap of cua worth when fooling with the olhei garden toola, In 'iliq&o I My Uajs "llnvo ou a good hnlr tonic" "Yea, hoie la one that l uiuchcd for Uy people who have dtauk It"' IT i oil ahould lme a fire, we'll bet William K. Oosmhwij. apodal Investl ajhJor of the lanoHr compauv could talk ion clown out uf )oui damage elulijisl "llanie," twit thu liidiutiaiMilla Utar, "la a. High ladder with greaae uh vvr rang." "And," uaya thu lloatuu Tiauacripl, "u eoko U the ouly thing thai ran uhoat a woman out of the Utal won) " (Tuu't h'tHil Mini "iitt'a ajtolwri rlvkioetloH." "Yw 1 (HMItll tkAt out wkM Uiw) t opt my Waail U hr." Tim Club rmw. Qhuu W. Qwm aa bm 4aUrMl n jmurii In 1m4m. Wla luroba- hl yvw ovvrrikHUr) . for Hf Orient) mu l-'lM Hi I'lits Xu felfoi i. iii . u'i KULTUR TIN'1 ricriimii viewpoint is iiicouiprclicnsibh! to the av crao Aincricaii. How a nation can .sanction a ro yci'sion to barlmi'isni, ajiplaiul tJio .sinking of passenger liners, tolerate the destruction l violence and terrorism an entire nati(n like the Uelians. creates wondcniK'nl as to what kind of people the.e modern (lermans are. We see a nation stirrendeiintf its individuality to a rul ing Brahman elas.s, and acting iii unison Tor hall a century Tor a common purpose. We see a nation in arms, an army blindly following the lead of officers who will not condo sceiaHo spiak to them save llirough an intermediate class. Wo see the gospel of (,'hrist .sup)Ianted by the gospel of might, based on force. To get, tlie (Jermaii viewpoint, it is necessary to under stand f-'aii-Clernmnism the propaganda of Kultur, the ex pansion of (lerniany by armed might, to rule the world. Pan-Herinanism aims by the forcible annexation of Bel gium, J Iolland. eastern France, Poland, Courland, the dom ination of Austria-Hungary, the Balkans and Turkcw to rule India and the east, Egypt and Africa, and eventually South America. To establish Ucrmany's "place in tho sun" has bwn the aim and object of fl'erman diplomacy, and Herman militarism, and the ideal of the German peo ple. "Kultur" is the Herman national philosophy as evolved by Treilschke and Nistzscho, an altruism based upon force, as against the altruism of Christ, based upon justice. Hermauy in arms today is this philosophy. It is reflected in the conduct of the war. Pan-Qermanisni is the result of this philosophv. One of the interesting contributions to the literature resulting from the ICuropean conflict that enables a com prehension of the Herman viewpoint is ."A "Mechanistic View of War and Peace," by J)r. George V. Crile (The Macmillau Co., New York). The author depicts war as the surgeon sees it. Dr. Crile was recently in charge of a field hospital in I'Tauco and describes various phenomena noted among the wounded. He analyzes war and war emotions with a scientist's dispassion. Included in the, book is a mechanistic interpretation of Herman Kultur. The fact that Germany has been surrounded by ene mies for half a century has enabled the ruling class to "fly its military kite," transforming the "action pat terns." as the author puts it, of the brains of sixty million people into those of renunciation of individualism and the acceptance of collectivism, the people realizing that their individual labors would be more effective when guided by the highest talent of the few, the superman, than when by the mediocre talent of the masses. The system is weil known and equally efficient in nature as practiced by the ant. The presence of danger has transformed the Herman individual, under the rule or the Prussian .jugger into a state machine. His dominant thought has been war and preparation for war, for killing and coii.iuiriuir his neigh bors- and preserving himself. many is seen in duels among students, in u.iiform customs and manners, in respect for authority, in absence of sports for war is the sport of the German. The German renounces the right of the indhidual and recognizes onlv the right, of the state. The individual is only building material for the superman to use without loss or obligation in the building of the state machine. As Niet'sche savs, the strong should i'vod upon the weak, and crush them when needed. The individual ally assumes the right of the individual and therein is the fundamental difference in this conflict between Kultur and democracy. The Kulturist viewpoint justifies anything that may bo done a right therefore no act committed can be criticised except failure. As Dr. Crile remarks, morals are only the "expressions of biologic stat-s, only results of action patterns; and what are good morals from the standpoint of the wolf are bad morals from the standpoint of a sheep." As to the perpetuation of Kultur, the author is skep tical. Defeat will destroy the nation's faith in the state machine the sacrifice will have been in vain. Victorv will remove the "fundamental motive force which created Kul tur her hostile neighbors. She would be a kite without a breeze, a cancer that has killed the body on which it fed." No conquered people can be given "action patterns" against their will. Therefore the olTorl to Germanize the world must fail, ven though Germain triumph, as the effort to Womanize it failed centuries ai,o, even though Rome conquered. "The conquering eucim can never biipplant the influ ence of the hating mother who plants action patterns in the brains of her childvou when the shades are drawn." T MILL BL01-0P! WlliMIMlTON, Nov r Number thlitfuii mill In the Lower Uugloy )iud of the liul'ont I'oxwler com-, pmi' plant t UUlug Sun, three i Wlloa et or this lt, UitH I'loun up i hut night No one watt hurt, all the J otnrlo)e living out of the mill .it the , time The taune of the bluat U not knottn ANCONA PASSENGERS SHELLED (CantiHHiMf (row page quo) Auwcmi umbutkudurat Koum, tftlav muMt.l repi'i. t itMu w tlin forrin .iiki- stntiiu thai lb latt ol' si'.i.'' uiimi .,i ii iiurnli'' il taMn- i,. i,i i in t, i ' Hf A' 1 1 in.tiliiirl s. 'JHICHESTER SPILLS MHIiiriKi'GQI$l$LUKinHlKt ri( p.ka nfcuniii jii,.j AUQHk riiu ii. j k.,14 . VV trt-?Bll "' ' ' i x rl TnF wi.i.i. a ( hi u s it u I L Sf hiaVmnw iihm ru is. i I w afl 14lilWail) ' A . , 4 The war adeptation of Ger 10 FIX ROCK ISLAND (lll((!0, Nov. t ', lie iars' 'line and an oh mhti.tr ot approM nutetv Jt'JT.OOO.OOO is renuued tor th. thorough ivliubililnliou of llie I In tago, ltoek lilutid ,iiul i ci l'u- lunl uiv c(immnj, now in tin1 hands (if e receiver, according to te HMm) iv I rut of J. V. Kcudru-k. uuidc pulilii lieie toil.iy. Merilnl White Mnimcnt i a splon- i did application for Sure Throat. Cold uh tho I.uhk. Croup and Painx In the Chwt. SfltHrato a piece of f1nn nel cloth with tha l.lnlmet and ue ua a plaatfr It I rr peaetrntlng, and eifiii Pi im j .t .oe, Jl 00. Ilaaktua Oiugaiorv cv oaiva agNU John A. Perl UNDERTAKER I dy Aisutant S 8 ItoUTI.RTT riiotira l 17 anil 17-JI AMbUiio tieni lVfu 1 CHORUS GIRLS MUST WEAR TIQHTS, BUT PRINCIPALS? NEVER! 'Hits shout ('eilnnlo Hoffman in h pose Hum Iter la tot sensational ilaiicc, hi ulilili she Is ni)KnHiig In aiulelle. Winter (I'lmlcii chorus gills In New Yoik turn been compelled to put on tights, by I oiler of the city nilmlnlsOiitloii, hut; teiil "artists" mill principals can laltu off as much as (Ik ueathei nllou.s. PORTLAND TAKES I (1'orll.nid ,loiiin,il i , I'oitluml liei- i allied to tie- -iniHiii ol! the indiistiics of the atate to stndi mi e:lei)l tluilhtf the nit two weeks that the eunneries of Jaekson eounU will ho kept huay for (lie ut'.t five .war. Tins iiniuuinL'cmeiit wa made lnl ni"lit at it lmuiiiel tendered liv the Oregon deelo)uU'iit liurcan ot the t'liumher ot t'ouiiiioroe to the eM-ihit-oit nl the land tiov hv I). ,M. I.owt of Jueksiiii. He Kind the i'ortlnnd wholesiileis had pliieed huge coutiu tiiig order for poiir. apples, lo'.an bcriic and otliei frtiita and their product-.. The dinner was presided over b ( . ('. nuiHimi!. clmirtiiiin of the hiueau. Miou sixlv .liiliitoi". atlcmltsl. Ad dresses weir inadc li t f. Colt, iires ident ot tie i handier; Mr. I, owe, II. I'.. dale of , jus (iliu'e eniiMlv, ,unl otlier. NEW YORK OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH NEGLECT Ni:V YOKK, Nov. 12.' MUcon duct In of fin. and neglect of duty and luofficlono" are among tho teuaoua Kivcu uy ine tegiaiMim' cumniiitvf in-; veatlgatliiK Hit public amice coinmla-j alou, In a public atatouiunt toulght I for Is momuieuduilnu to tlovernur Whitman for the dlamlaaal from of fice of 1-Mwurd K. MeCall, chairman of the public service coiiiiiiImIoii (if this dlktrlct Mr. MeCall former!) was a Jtiftne of the tate upreme court from which he realgueil In 191.! to become a service commissioner In the fall of tliat ejr he an un The Page Daily Matinee 2PM CANNERY Matinee, 5-lOc. Evening, 5-1 0-1 5c. Tonight Last Time Tonight Consistency Wins! As Always that means Genuine Essanay Genuine Essanay CHARLIE CHAPLIN SHANGHAIED "Nan o thq Backwoods" Thi-i- . t lb. .in.' ll-st.ir Cast "Broncho Billy Sheepman" Fv:ii!.i bn V' t Wisi, in si,,m Tomon. v, T... ji yvtU pov .n.r Songs Biiccetisful democratic candidate for major of New York, being defeated lo .lolin I'urroy Mltchel, tho fusion nominee. E ii OF FIGS" IF TONGUE IS COATED IT ('miss, IYxciMi, Sick, lllllons, (lean l.lltlc I.iwt ami llouels Children love thla '"fruit lwNRtlvo.J nnu notuiiiK oiae cieuiiben ino tunu aloiimmeh. llvar and howolaao ncel A child simply will not atop phiyiu (o empty the bowola, and the result I tlmy become tightly clogged wit, waata, liver get alugglah, stoma aoiira, then our little one hecbm croaa, half alek, fevorlah. don't ea aleep or oct naturally, breath Is ba aMteiu full of cold, haa soro throii ktomadi ache or diarrhoea, hist Mothur! 84'c If tongue la coatu then gie u teapoonful of "Callforni Syrup of rig," and In a few lioiif all the constipated wuato, aoiir Id and undigested food pnaaos out of til avatwiu, ami you have a well, playf child again. Mlllluna of tuothera glva "Cullfoj :nuo It Is pel on love It, au iiIh Syrup of Flga" bocatuo recti harmless; children It ner falla to act on the slomaci liver and bowel. Ak your drugglat for n 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of rigs." which haa full direction for babies, children of all ages and for grown upa plalub printed on the hottle. He, ware of counterfeits bold here Oct the genuine, made l California Fig S'nip Coiupuii)." Ilefu.e an other kind with contempt - d MEDFORD'S LEADING Motion Picture Theater Evening 7 P. M. PORTLAND MAY DECIDE 10 QUIT SAX I'HAN'f'ISfO, o. U Port Ian may drop out or Hie I'adflc Coat Ilarfobiill league, necoidlng to .ludge W. W. McCrodle. who with his nephew, Walter McCredlo, tontroln tho Portland franchise, In a state ment made public here today. Judge .McCredlo says that the club can no longor austaln such heavy Iohhoh an It Suffered during the bane ball ear Just ended. Unless more satisfactory transportation arrange ments can bo made, ho says, Port land Will have to do without baseball In 1910. The situation, It Is said, will bo a topic of discussion at tho annual meeting of tho Pacific Coast league magnates today, and a committee Is expected to bo appointed to confer with the railway and steamship com panies. Upon tho accomplishments of this committee, It Is stated, de pends the future of Portland base ball. ller Watciloo Young Mrs. Justwcd's gone Insane; They say that slio will die, for She found her hubby's diary book Ami It Is writ In cipher! 'Judge. Deafness Cannot Be Cured l.f lmt n'll,'atloii. a llirjr rnunot rrtrh (lit illfMt'it ,.tll.,n .if the fr TIipip U only on MNy lot urr iIi'Xhpx, ami thai l hr rnmtltull.in nl rrtnnllra. Iivufnrn l rauiril lir an ImlainiMl .'.iiillllon f lh.' iniiMiix llii lue i.f tli Kiiatartilau Till". I f-n till tulip l liillainisl yon liaTi a nimtilliiB ' "in. I t lui..Tfrcl lirarlne. ami when It Id nil'il.t ,1" i.l 1 h ,i f m- la llie ri'aull. ami unli-M On' I'll! 'iiiiiiiil..ii inn Ih takrn nut ami Ibla tills- r. i.i.il ti li ti'irnml roiulllliiii, hmr ins ivlll 1 il, in. i nl (iH-Mir, nlni ra wit nl tru arc raiix.) I" I'ntarrh. Mlilrli In iinllilng tut ail InBninul ni 1 1 n C tlir niuroiK aiirfuri-a. W mill Kit. "i. Iliiiiilriil Pnllara for any cae vf llfnfiif" . ;il I t . mUrtlil that lanuot Ix rnrnl br Hall (ulnili Cnrr, hoiid tnr ilrcu lara, tree. I .1 Uir.NllY :i CO., Tolnlii, O. Fold lijp Prii(tiili"i 7."W Talc Hall a Inuil'r 1111 (or couitlpallun. COAST BASEBALL itaMSMzvmiiZJ, BBBBBBBBBBKarVBBBBBm iff"' ' Esm rM:,mm:: iiMr w "heatre nH Chaplin M shown in the aiB TOMORROW M A or jour money refunded. JaiH jB Mr. Chaplin made his reputation In tfH H llie pictures bhonn at the Star. Win H H his work be an better, or if H H Wo li Not Chiirge You a Cent for bwbiH do charge ou llie HL H M lor a picture wortli You LAlH HL You cents ou Hi A home with ) our mono) 'a wortli. We HiH 19 are ging on anotliuo Sunday for S ! H tin bume ndmlsslou, t You'll like it HA "J B come aHiaU. V Dr. Jones NTIST GOOD TEETH sL CAr JVU DOCTORS BILLS 204 Main st., Cor. Central Av Painless Extracting and Filling Now a Fact. TESTIMONIAL And demonstration of our success: "J wish to state that I had several teeth extracted at Dr. Jones' office and I can say that I felt absolutely no pain. The plates I had made were a perfect fit and entirely sat-iFfactorv."--Mrs.V.C Kin-von.-l..()K First. AUTOS Sold on Monthly Installment Plan. POWELL AUTO CO. ..2Sr aL." DE raw rCWt LWt M sie j v r- ' " If t "Si jaV-.