OCR Interpretation


Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989. [online resource] (Oregon.) ????-????, November 17, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Image 6

Image and text provided by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/97071090/1915-11-17/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for PAGE SIX

rv
5IEDF0BD MAIE TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER. 17, 1915
P2CQE SIX
CITY BUDGET. . .
FIXES TAX LEVY
'
TO PROTECT GIRL
p-f" fl ""' ' ' MUM 1.1. I'llllllL I i n MIII..1IH i.i" r- I I i.ir m 7 . wi T"l llf"f
CONFESSES
NAlVVARIlQRIIlin PAPin PMGPFW nilMFNMMQ Til TIRKFGff PAYS T RKS PKhPAKh U Hlth
WARSHIPSCHEAPER BEING IVIADE UPON DISSOLVE CONCERN FINAL TRIBUTE TO WELCOME KAISER
it I
i I
m
AT 21
I'llOI'OHKI) C1TV TAX IJJVV
fiinil
4
4
4
MILLS IHAN SHIPYARDS IMAKYSItM WMMtKRK NtUKU LbAUtK
, . i
444
(ciicrnl
Stivetw
Fire
Interest fund
l.lht
Mill
....a. I
.. 2.1
.. 1.0
,.io.:t
.. .:
Library 0
Honor 2.1
I'ni-kM. ,..,.. ,.'!
Sliikbix fund 7
Total .21.00
4444444444444444
4
4
4
4
41
4
i
4'
4
4
4
4
4
Dr. .) M. Kerne, appointed to fill
llic vucnncy unused l-y Colonel 11. 11.
KnririMjt' rehipintion, wiih initialed
into the my.stericH of eonneilmnn nt
llie remilnr monthly meeting Tuesday.
'J'Jin most important topic' van con.
Mderntipn of the hudurtrfor the com.
Sift yetir, I)r Kerne insisting Hint the
nriimint raised for iiilcrol be mixed
direct Iv iiifiltvul of liv borrowing ffAni
Otfnr fum'. Ah outlined, the lovy will
liu,2l fiullb. r'iitnl eormiderntion wild
jio.Clponed until next Tuesday.
A new ifit ration nv wns con
niitered, wlimrby one, . rfjriitt ration
nnild he nil required ilnleSH the voter
uliuiiKcd reidenee. A' .pi iht liny
Tvitjrr was voted for memben of tho
Mcction board, nho sit ten OnjH from
1 :.10 p. rn. until 7 p. m. Dr. Keenc
tliuiiixlit $1.00 Kiifficinit for h.ijf n
tlny'n work in mird times nnd Coun-
etlmnu Amy joined with him, Mayor
limerick ciiNtini; the deciding vote for
the $2 n day wne.
'JT.o jitnev ordiituieo provoked
Rome iliMsitssinn, hut went over with
out uetion.
Tho lepixtrntinn braid as appoint.
ilt coiimsIk n 11. N. I.oflnu, ehrii)'.
Win; Jim, Aniy,f)ow and Mi-kMWL.
?A lottrtroin John 0. PiMce, for
mjir eoiimjilmnn of .Seattle, wiih read,'
in which Mr. Pierco mlil lie believed
h? hail -.solution of the bomlinc
ovsolui
fflSjW
problem fit Afcdford and offiircd lilt
mtvIu'k eitlici'-oii-A-cOinmibt-ion bnwis
or on n tmlnrv. V. I. Vnwtor rccom
jiiendfd .Mr. 1'icrce very hiahly ami
lit. ted the i-oiiiiimI o Ooiilder his
WASIIINOTO.V, Nov. 17. Nono of
l niu uiun uj jui.uiu ;niua iui viiu !.
Htructlon of tho two HUpor-drcad-'
naiiKhtn nutliorlzed by tho Inst con-
groan, subinltteil to tlio navy today,
1 foil within tno limit of 7,800 000
fixed as tho maximum cost for bull
nnd machinery of each nlilp.
711ds submitted by tho Now York,
Philadelphia and Marc Inland navy
ynrdfl, however, nil fell within tho
limit, post of thorn helm; below $7,
000,000. Thrco private companies
submitted bids for one ship each.
Tho navy yard estimates wero bas
ed on full specification for tho ships
without modifications.
New York figures were: For tur
blno engines 7, 0(10,023; for stoma
and electric drlvo (similar to tho
plant dcslRiicd for the United States
ship California) G. 080,007.
Philadelphia yard: Turblno G,
91(1,427; electric 0,774,1 14.
Maro Island jard: Turblno $7,4 13,
K.fi. Now York Ship HiiIIiIIiik cempany:
Turblno drlvi 7, 700,000. Tlmu 34
monthfl.
Newport Nows Ship IlulldliiK com
pnny (A) turbine, as specified, $7,
770,000; ttpo forty moiiths; (II)
turblno, nltemntlvo typo, $7,7C5,
000. Tlmo forty months.
1'oroJtlver Ship Hulldlng rempany:
Turblno 7,G3S,000; tlmo 34 montliH,
Tho navy yard estimates all wore
based on n 30 mouths construction
period.
proposition enrefully. Mr. Pierce
then Hflid a few wordH nnd mnde n
very Reed impression. It was decid
ed to refer the matter to the commit
tee of the. whole to meet next Friday
niulil.
JFr. Vftwter also informed the
eouueiltliut tho lilitinsr frnnchlno of
the HojniU'Ytrvur. Public, Semcc cor
poration wan titill intact ninH asked
I list Mi extetiHion of time be Kmilfeil
until Mr. Bunders could return and
tho matter nettled definitely. The
Question will he decided in the near
future.
IlrltiR those old mr.Ra7.lnca nnd po
rlOdlcals to tho Mall Trlbuno for
blndlnrt.
The Iloue Hier riinnl coi:iuiy
ha finished its noik for (ho season
nt Fit-li lal.c. The dam lias been Com
pleted and l'o feet of snow hv.n stop
H't work on ihc canal connecting
Four Mile1 lake lth I'Mi lake. Ap
pro.ximntMv $100,000 has been spent
in these improvement, which will en
able the .storauc of abundance of wa
ter fo; next senson's irrigation.
Tiu Canal compam eompletcd it
concrete intal'e for the Phoenix ditch
bust nii-lil. About GO per cent of the
ditch i completed. The work is he-
inu; ilone liv contract anil will he tin
ishod by the first of January . The
canal will then entry suifieiint water
for the irrigation of 1000 ncreM.
Kiph! teaiiit and a crew of ihen
arc now finploycd on the Ilopkiiw
exteiiHion of the canal from Medfoid
to Willow SpruipK. a distance of 20
mile". The present force is cleaned
in Making and othenvise lavim; out
the wotk. The crew will he materi
ally increased iwxt week, when tho
prclimiiituy work shall have been
done
The company now has 200 men cm
ployed enlnruinv the main canal from
Lake creek to Hradchuw diop Tho
main intake, built of concieto and
tiuber, has been completed. As soon
as the force shall have finished work
on the sixteen and a half miles now
under way. it will he moved to the
work on the Hopkins extension to
Willow Springs, to which point tho
work will be hurried to completion.
The entire system i.s beinj; con
structed with treat care to make it
one ot the most substnntial and per
manent irr.;ation propositions in tho
west. I'misnitl care will he taken to
husband the water souices to vnnblt
the company to deliver the water to
users as late in the season as pos
sible. The if en rd of water supply
from tho Hear creel source for n
period of ychr.1 shows that there will
J,jio nhuudnnrc n'twnlcr with which to
tnlte proper care of tie orchards mid
vineyards com'rnndcd by the canal
froM that watercourse, insulins: also
two cus .of alfalfa.
, " '
lleautlful lino of ciiRravcd nnd II
laminated personal Xmnn Cards, with
envelopes to match. Sea tho lino at
tho Medford PrlnthiK Co
NKW YOItK, Nov. 17. Tho CitiR
Kcnhclm Kxplorntlon company, which
Is a holding company for some of the
moro Imp6rtant Interests represent
ed by tho (lUKKenhclms In their vnr
loas copper mining operations, Is to
dissolve, according to announcement
mnde today.
Tho new Kcnnecott corporation in
which tho Gtfg&cnhclms and J. P.
Morgan and company nre said to have
largo holdings, will tako over tho
holdings of tho (Jugsenholm Explora
tion company In Utah copper, giving
Its own slock In exchange.
Guggenheim Kxploratlon will dis
tribute to Its stockholders shares In
tho Itny Consolidated, Chlno, Amer
ican Smelting nnd Refining common
and Yukon C-old stocks, In addition
each sbaro holder of Guggenheim Kx
ploratlon will receive tho option of
accepting, f 37 cash for each shnrc of
tho new' Kcnnecott slock.
Tho Guggenheim Kxploratlon
company Is a Now Jersey corporation
nnd wus organized as a holding com
pany with stock Interest In vuiIouh
pines and mining properties In Alas
ka, Canada nnd tho United States, In
cluding chiefly Utnh Copp'or, Chlno
copper, Hay Consolidated copper, Yu
kon gold nnd American Smelting and
Itrtlnlng company. Tho capitaliza
tion of tho Guggenheim Kxploratlon
company In J22.000.000 and tho par
valtto of tho stock Is $25.
PENDLETON ROUND-UP
AT PAGE THEATER TONIGHT
In 1908 the Ilnsoball league got
Into straightened circumstances, nnd
to help It get bnck onto Its feet, a
number of cowhoys nnd cowgirls gavo
an exhibition of horsemanship, bron
co busting nnd btilj-dogglng. Tho
next year following' ft jmot with cvon
greater miqcgss, 'ho"n It tduwncil.,4n
tho business mcifof I'on'tttotoni that
they had tho greatest wild west show
on earth, consequently they formed
a corporation and stock was sold to
every man, woman and child In Ven.
dlcton. Todny Pendleton fltnnds
nlone nn the center of nttrnctlon. A
review In motion pictures will bo
shown at the PAgc tonight,
Tl'SKKOKK, Ala., Nov. 17.
Prominent men fiom all walks of life,
whites' as well as neprot's, attended
the funeral of Hooker T. Washing
ton., the noted nojrro (ducalor, race
leadei' and author, whiclf was held
this morning at Tuskegcc institute,
which he iinado famous, and which
bus tnkejr, such an' important patt in
the elevation of tfie negro race.
Fully 8000 pel-sons came to Tuske
ee to pay the last tioiule of respect
to Dr. Wnshiuuton. Only 2500 could
pet into the chapel to hear the sim
ple Episcopal burial service and
henr the mnnv old plantation soups
which Dr. Washington loved so well.
Headed bv the hoard of trustees, n
procession iueludin a number of dis
tinguished isitors, members of the
faculty nml the executive council of
the institute, formed in front of the
school's administration huildimr and
matched to the chapel. The students
followed. Ilurial was in tho institute
.'rounds.
CHICAGO, Xliv. 17. Ilusinos
houses controlled by colored persons
wero closed for one hour here todny
during the luncml of Hooker T.
Washington.
PAItIS, Nov. 17. According to
Constnntlnoplo advices forwarded by
the correspondent of the Havas News
agency at Athens, preparations nro
being made. ln-tho Turkish capital to
receive the Germans. Numerous
houses nre said to have been requi
sitioned as well as the Pern Pnlnco
hotel, which Is to be occupied by the
general staff,
UNION
MEN
TO AID HATTERS
LONDON. lo 17. The Hritish
forcijrn office is asking the state de
partment nt Washington to take dip
lomntie steps to -issurc protection for
tin women connected with the relief
missions inxSerbin.
' Mnkintr an ,nnu6nnceincnt to thus
'effect in,,the house of 'commons this
nftemoon Lord Itobert Cecil,, par
liamentary tinder-secretnry for for
eign affairs, said fvotnitliojiirorma
lion already received through Waller
Mines Page, the American nmbassn.'
dor. thete r-eemed to be no reason to
sliow that the women were likely to j
he badly treated bv tho Hulgniians.
Funeral Notice
,The funeral of Charles H. Little,
who died Monday nt hU orchard
home, will be held at Weeks & Mc
Oowan'i ehnprl Thursday afternoon
nt 2 p. in., Hev. W. F. Shields uflic
luting. The remains will be shipped
to Di.xon, III.
COLUMHUS, Ohio, Nov. 17. To
chlcld his sweetheart from a chnrga
of having burglar tools In her pos
session,, Lcc Lester, aged 2C, of Por
kcrsburg, W. Va has madca con
fession to United Stntcs District At
torney Stuart It. Uolln, In which ho
admitted complicity In ns many as
nlno postofflce robberies in Ohio and
West Virginia. This was announced
today at the district attorney's office
"I don't care about myself, but tho
girl Is absolutely Innocent," Lester
Is reported to have said In making
his confession.
Tho total loot obtained by Les
ter was said to bo $2822 In stamps
and $360 In currency.
Penny Wise and Pound Foolish
Tho cost of living makoa ovory
woman look to boo whoro sho can
unvo money, which, of course, ia
senBiblo and proper if ndt car
ried too far.
In tho case of food itwould bo
foolish to attempt to substituto
sawdust for a broakfaat food
booauao it i3 choapor. Evoryono
knows sawdust has no food valuo
and its U30 would bo a positivo
dotrimont to tho hoalth.
Royal Baking Powdor, which in'
tnndo from cream of tartar, adds
only healthful qualitios to tho
food.
Tho difforonco in cost of a
pan of biscuits or of a cako raado
with Royal Baking Powdor as com
pared with cheap alum or phos
phate of. limo powders is about ono
ydfeYitwh'ich is surely too small aa
amount to warrant tho ri3k.j
ROVAL' BAKING POWDER CO..
Now York
T
y
JW
4k
X
mJm-m
'
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED EXPRESS AND POSTAGE PREPAID Ssr1
rs j ' ? O V
QMS Pticitinnfl I Arp anH ITtnhrn.Hpr QalA JWUWSZ
TheWoman's Store TkeWoman's Store y
I Another one of our famous Lace and Embroidery Sales which all the ladies should
attend. Sale opens Thursday 8:30 a. m. Come early and secure some of these bargains
T
V 30 iiu'hos -wide. $.'.00 vahu
127 inoht's witlo, $2.75 vnhio Al
Y .1K iuphos wicks $2.50 value $1.12f
X 12 inches wide, $1.73 value J)8
& f lo 7 inehoK wide, $1.50 value SO
New Net Top Laces
. Sl.GO
18
J)
. J)8c
. SiV
Y All-Over ISinbroidered Orsuiudie. 10 in. wide.
Y values to $2.00 yard, special at this QQ
f sale, yard
SKK WINDOW DISPLAY
98c
in-ineh Kmbroidcrod Cropo and Organdie
Jlcmiicings, 12 pieces (o select from, values to
$1.00 yard, special for this sale, per
yard
98c
! Great Reductions in Suits and Coats
.")()() yards iSmhroideivd nanding, -1 to 8 inches
wide, values to flSe, very special at, AQ
per yard TcOC
27-ineh Crepe Yoile and Organdie Flouncing,
values to $.'.00, 2" pieces to select QQ,
from, special at only, yard OC
500 yards 18-inch Embroidered Flouncing, val
ues to $1.23, special per yard, Qr
at ,. O 7L
18-inch Flouncing and Corset Cover Embroid
ery, muslin, cambric and organdie, Qa
cheap at 3)c, special, yard .' J Jj
5000 vds. Emb. lDdcrimr and Insertions. C
15c values, special at. vard j -
All-Over Embroidered Voiles, -10 inches wide,
colors and white, $1.50 values, spe- iCQ
cial ,vard O J Vj
t
200 yds. Shadowed L.'tce Flouncing, cream,
ecru mid white, 08c values, special, 'J"Q X
"NYid'e Shadowed Flouncing, 25 inches f Q &
wide, $1.-18 value, s)ceiul at, yard ....Ut
Oriental Lace Flouncing
.'50 inches wide. $2.00 value, yard 98i
27 inches wide, $1.75 value, yard 79)
IS inches wide, $1.50 value, yard 69?
1500 vards Emb. Kdaiiur and Insertions. Q
allies to 25c. snecial at , sj
cin iiriMiimr l-vir.nr t if .T.
OlMU WUM'UH UlfJl'JvAV
Thursday Notion Sale
4 Ladies' Silk Wnisls, in black
Y nd colors, fancy stripes, $15.00
values, sale price (JJ i 'IQ
A each tj) 1 O 7
X Ladies' Silk Petticoats, all the
X ".w .shades, $:.00 ') A Q
Y values, special. ... tR)ZbO
!
Y
A Clark's Q.N.T.
V
Spool Cotton,
Y
t
t
Y Lusior Cotton,
T
Y "11 eoloi-s,
V 'P1.,.l?I..t. I. ..11
Children's Wool Sweaters, all
size, ivd, blue and gray spe-
$1
cial for this sale
onlv
Waiuproof Umbnllas,
worth $1.25, special
$1
Flouncings
Embroidered Organdie and
Laco Cloth Flouncing-
15 in. wide, $15.50 value .ijl.(9
.'5(5 in. wide, $2.50 vnlue..$l.'iS
27 iu. wide, $1.08 value..!?1.129
18 in. wide, $1.18 value 9Sf
Handings io Match.
Ask to see the new Castle
Flouncing, the newest material
for evening gowns. We have
it iii-all shades, wide enough
for a skirt length, fl f C
at, the yard ) 1 iD
t
I
Great Reductions in Linen Department f
39c
(lood lleavv Mercerized Table
Linen, special at, per
yard...
All pure Linen Lunch Cloth,
$1.98 vaj" !t 1 n C
at
72-inch
ranted
value,
Large Size Nap
kins. $4 values...
I
$3.48 1
Large Size Mercerized Nap- &
kins, $1.25 value, AQ t
- Voc.1,
received, new shipment Y
y Jlath Towels, AQ Y
al at, each tOv
ClooU quality
Hair Nets
2 fqr 56
'
Now Novelty
Stickeri Edges
in all colors,
values to 25c
i,, special, yd.
Wash Cloth, 5c
value, spceial
36 each
Snap Fasten
ers, snecial. do
36
Hest Darning
Cotton,
arop5
Specials in Glove Dept
Ladies' Capo
C5 loves, in tan,
values to $1.75,
special,
Ladies' Silk
Lined Cape
Cloves for
Thursday,
spec ial,
Women's
Washable
Leatherette
Gloves, all col-oi-s,
pair,
50
Children's Lin
ed Ci loves and
Mittens, all
sizes, special,
j. air,
G9d
Great Sale of Silks
Our famous 10
inch All Silk
Crepe do Chine,
several new
colors added,
this sale only,
yard,
$1.19
50- inch All
AVool Prunella
Cloth, in all the
new shades,
special at, vd
$1.25
no-inch Black
Silk Taffeta,
all silk, yarn
dyed, regular
$1.25 value,
special, vd.,
98c
New Dress
Goods, in fan
cies, checks,
stripes and
plaids, special
Thursdav, vd.,
486 '
Blanket Sale Thursday
Heavy Plaid
Blanket, regu
lar $1.89 value,
special,
$1.69
Just received,
2 dozen pail's
large size Grav
Cotton Blank-'
ets, special, pr.
$1.25
Bath Kobe
Blankets, in
several new
patterns, spe
cial at
$2.75
Cotton Batt,
regular com
forter size, full
weight, a
lbs., worth
$1.25, special
Special Sale of Domestics
30-inch Berke
ley Cambric,
sells at 15c,
regular, special
12i,c5 vd.
Heavy Outing
Flannel, worth
121 'oe yd., spc.
cial, yd.,
?
I
f
t
t
T
Y
?
?
t
Large size Bed Y
regular $1.09
t
I
Best Colored
Oilcloth, spe
cial Thursdav
onlv
. 17dvd.
Spread, our
value, special
89
8
$1.48
SMtHt
1

xml | txt