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OF THRILLING TIME
Survivors of Wrecked Steamer Spok
mm Arrive In Porl Willi Hnrrow
liill Tain of Disaster Only Two
..HllArM.i:, Wiwh., .Inly I. tftll)
exulted mid ium-voiim fiom tliulr tin III.
Int; i'vuiiro on a shilling ililp anil
iinmiw Mniin rrom death, tlm 110
piiNMii(((iH ttihuii fiom tlio wicjcIiihI
i)tiiiiii(rRi(il(iiiio, iiirlvittl In pint thlu
morning un Hit) -ilti'atiW Admiral
Two lives weio IMt. All, the nth
'im woig. n'Hciit'il w It hunt Injury.
Mm (liinliKir !'. Williams of Wash-
IjWtlon, I). C. wan liurliid liiick into
ii nililn liy t tut ntrdiltii; wntoiii ainl
drowned, whllo lnr fiatitlo IiiinIiiiiiiI
iiihI two daiiKlilers stood by liolploiw
to mivu )nir, Mm. J. 13, Htraun of
riillnilolililu died fiom tlio shock Iiii
mediately af tor liolug roscucd.
Tliu I'uiiMO of tint wreck wan that
tllll Htt'IlllHT CO II III Ot HtOIII lllO till'!
wIiIIm roIiii; through Seymour Nar
rows mint or Vaneouvor Island,
Tlio Kpoknno In ii total low,
', , .Story of tlio H'mk,
Dr. .Mm tin A Meyer, of flnn Fran
vlwo, one oC4 ttii, nlilpwrocked pan
iongirs told n vlvhl story of tlio
rode, i h
'Wit were a pfiiiy of iim plnylui;
(iintN In onii of tlio caliliiH Thursday
evening. AJ, a HtUo nror 11:15, Hie
llr.htlioiinq on a nig toclc hove In lght
clone liy. Wo miiw tlio bout being
pulled over toward tlio route by tlio
"Wo could frol tlio ruililor trylnt; to
Keep tlio nlilp In tlio cliaiiuol. lint It
wan nil In vain. Tlio current wm too
MttoiiK At 1CIS wo heard u crash
ing nmitiit mid (ho sldo of tlio boat
wan ripped wltlo upon below tlio hoc.
"Tim IH'xt fo'v minutes worn prob
ably tlio moni ton lido of every pas
BOngom' life, I huo novor honnl
anything moro awful than tlio houiuI
of tlio water midilug Into tlio big hole
In tlio Hhlp, while wo woro iilowly go
"IJwry ono of uti woro In tlio wu
tr .Moro than ono thlid of tlio pus
ifViiKorn hail rotlrod for tlio nlghl anil
In tlio I'xdJciiH'iH illd not cum
llmo to drw. Hut I havo neur nooi
EXCITES NEW YORK
Italian limnlnrnnt Dies of Dreaded
Dlsnaso at Auliurn All of Dead
Man's Effects Arc Burnett Qunr
Brilliant Shakespeare Coronation Ball
antlno Is Strict.
AlIHUIN, N. Y, July 1. -Asiatic
cholera ban npin'iiioil lioin. Tomtom
lllniidl, all Kalian ImmlKiuut who
inihi'd ho lo tliioo weeks ago, illoil
this morning In a nidging fioiu,tho
ill nail iIIhoiiho, Ho wiiii 111 only hIiico
yoHtonlay morning. An noon uti tlio
niituro of UlraiiirH malady was loam-
oil police surrounded Dm hoimo and
tho state hoard of hoallli wan tiotl
flint. All Mi null's effects havo boon
burned ami the ulxtcon Inmates of
the house nsIio woio exposed to the
iIIhoiiho havo boon pliuert In tho ttlrlcU
GIVEN 4 YEARS
HAN KIIANTIMUO, Cnl , .liil 1.
I''iur years in Sim (juuiitiu wi tin
hontoiioo piomiuuooil by .liule lay
lor lodnv in the oimo ol' MrH. loot
IVtornoit of I'orlhinil, f)r oouviet
oil ol' liavin lorjioil it iiioilKnp' ilecd
uliilo poHinj: us Mr. Iloiuiottu I'ar
roll of San Lunmiro, ami alti'inptm
to horiow 10,000 oit jiroporty in
Aliimoila oounty. jrj,'iiiiH-iitH on lio
woiiuiii'ri applioation thnl nlio bo inU
iiiitli'il to proliatioii woro ooiiolml
today ami tlio court ilumoil tlio pelt
lion. After jiiilKMU'iit wan pio
iinniicoil AlrK. 1'olornou'h altoriioh io-
1 . - l
?- m UTfidt t? rr-i..r -- .p- m. .. .-
-"'"u urwicwc ihc uytnwi Ol-5C3Mtie5ET LADY LOCH
Tlio SliakoMpoaro coronation hall, with iiintlrillet, m which jwrrcw-eh represented the principal ohnravterx
fiom "Ah You Like It," "Anthony iiml Clooputra" ami ollicrn of the playn, marked the opening of tlte ccroiiu
liou liwtivitii'H in bunion. "Tlio Con rlrt of Queen Klixalicth," represent in k scenes of Etiiliotliun dayh, was
iiIko a feu I u ic. TIioho who took p.u' t woro the direct drmmilaiiU of the pcrhoiis they represented. The becne
vwih on of hilemliir and mulled any tiling of its kind eer witnem'ed in Loudon. Portraits of the noted wom
en wlin look i:rt aro hliown above
M ADMirTED FREE CHANCE COLLAPSED
BY MEXICO AT PRESENT JUST BEFORE GAME
quelled and wiih nutted a 111 dayh!
htay of oxoeiitiou in whieli to propujoi
Kl. I'ASO, Toxiih, July 1.OwIiib
I to the tihortauo ,of corn In .Mexico,
Homo pronporlty dopcndR upon jwhle.li whk due to a InrRO part of Ihv
recent iiimirreeiioii, .Mexico nas ox
temleil for thirty dny the order ail
mlttliiK corn duty free.
Dul) wan to havo been restored
Two hundred cars of the jjoroal
croKnod tho Hue from tho United
Stilton Lint nlKht ami today.
homo IndiiHtry, and Btnto-wldo proti
porlty will be Kreater If factories
nollliii "Mntlu In OreKon" poodfl aro
pntronlroil h ylho local inerchnntii.
bettor onlnr. Thoio wan not a
loreaui. Mi IKU ol a pauie r.very
woman wiih iim tool headed iih tl)e
htuiMcir, who no IiIh ordor
dlliiK tho llfohoiitM "
lllll I' WIHI.II
i;et I captain
penj In hand
Masking for Health.
CINCINNATI,- Ohio, July 1.
Krank C'lmnee, manager of thu Cliioa
fjo Cnl)1, collapsed htrro thit afternoon
just before the j;n"ie. lie wan treat
ed before beinj; removed to the elub
house. Chauce'ri condition is not con
sidered (lnrmiiiK. His prostration
was due to the Iioaf.
Look at all of the real estate ndt
and nt much of the real estate ad
vertised, boforo investing.
WHISKEY SAVES LIVES
OF TWO PROSPECTORS
SAN HHItNAKDINO, Cal., July 1.
Tho rinding of a bottle of whlskoy
In a discarded coat on llie desert en
abled two prospectors to win In a
fight against thirst and they have de
cided, it was announced today, to
name the rich mine they found when
near death, the "W. C. T. U."
The claim, which Is located in the
! Silver mountain region, is said to bo
rich In gold and silver bearing ores.
HaskinB for Health.
TAFT HARD SLAP
Executive Committee of Progressive
Republican League Roasts Its
Secretary and Says Ho Did Not
Voice Their Sentiments.
LINCOLN, Neb., July 1. Presi
dent Taft'u ndmirerrt in Nebraska to
day are digfHtiiiB with liltlo pleasure
the first hard slau to his campaign
for re-elcetion. Thin was a denun
ciation of Franklin yhotwcll, its sec
retary, by the executive committee of
the progressive republican league of
the btate for publicly urging the Taft
Shotwell, in Washington interviews,
urged the rcitorniuution and re-election
of tho present chief executive
and practically pledged Nebraska to
him. Angered at this, the progress
ive executive committee met hero,
roasted Shotwell to a turn, declared
liiin unauthorized to speak, for the
league and, as a final stab, an
nounced that their secretary's state
ments in no wise represented the
views of the organization.
NEW YORK, July 1. Joseph
Iicichman, former president of the
Carnegie Trust company, who was
convicted Monday of having made
fale reports to the banking depart
ment, has been sentenced by Jus
tice Davis to serve four and a half
months in tho penitentiary, 3i?
Justice Davis in pronouncing sen
tence, said he did not consider that
lleichman had acted with criminal in
tent but that tho practice of bank
officials making false returns must
stop. Reichmun at once applied to
Justice Krlnnger for a certificate of
reasonable doubt pending an appeal
from tho conviction and tho matter
was taken under advisement.
Tho people of this city should buy
"Mado In Oregon" goods from tho
local merchants whenever the price
and quality aro equal to Eastern
made goods.- -
E IS COOL
Warmest Day June 10, Ceelest Jww 4,
Total Rainfall .79 lnches--Mean
Average High Temperature II, and
Mean Maximum 46.9. H-
June JO was tho wnnnest day of
tho month, the thermometer register
ing 08. June J saw the lowest tem
perature, 35. The mean maximum
for tho month was 81, and thp incnn
minimum, 4.0.9. Tho total precipita
tion was .76 inches. Thero wero 14
clear days, 14 partly cloudy, 2 cloudy.
The following table has been com
piled by Prof. P. J. O'Qara, observer
for Medford: ,
Weather Ileport for June, 1911.
Date Mux. Min. Rango
1 82 48.5 33,5
2 79 42 37
3 78 45 33
4 78.5 35 '43.5
5 84 39 45
G 73 40 33
7 78 5fl 22
8 78 39 39
9 87 39.r5- 47.5
i0 98 46 ' 52
11 91.5 65 30-5
12 89.5 55.5 34
13 89 53 30
14 87 52 '35
15 85.5 45 40.5
10 80.5 45 41.5
17 84 47 3.7
18 83.5 4.3.5 40
19 87 43.5 43 5
20 81 43 41
21 78 40.5 31.5
22 71 50 21
23 08 49.5 18.5
24 75.5 42 33.5
25 81 48.5 32.5
20 79 50.5 22.5
27 77 50.5 20.5
28 77 50.5 20.5
28 77 48 29
29 09 51 18
30 70.5 46 24.5
Moan maximum 81 degrees.
Minimum 46.9 degrees.
Maximum 98 degrees, Juno, 10.
Minimum 35 degrees, June 4.
Greatest dnily range June 10.
Total precipitation .71 inches. ,
Greatest in 24 hours .CI inches,
on 23d of June.
Clear days 14. ' -
Partly cloudy 14. rrvm
Cloudy 2. '---n.j
i ;l ! .ril
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It t r y . t r l$ A,
AT THE MEDFORD OPERA HOUSE
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EVENING, JULY 4
OF SAN FRANCISCO
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- ALSO TWO FOUR -ROUND PRELIMINARIES
PRELIMINARIES START AT 8:30 AND THE MAIN EVENT AT 9:3d
ADMISSION: Ringside $1.50; Reserved Seats $1.00; f.en.Adm'n
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