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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREOON, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1910.
I). U, Voihik loft Monday for a
uliort vlnlt la AhIiIuikI,
Mr. and Mm. Kd Aiidrown and Mr.
and Mm. Cliarliin J). IIuzoIHkk 1110
(iiiitd lit thu rivur on Htinday,
If you want to iitorc u pluno for
llnlo'ri piano Iioiihu, drop a curd ad
lronMcd to (til N. Conlral uvo. '
Harry UoltiiH drovu to Kokiio rivor
Hunday to f IhIi.
MImh Kiiiina HIiiihIiI of UraiitH I'iihh
npunt Hunday In Mod ford.
If you want to Htoro a piano for
HiiIo'h l'iimo Iioiihu, drop a card ad
lroHHcd to Oil N. Control avo.
Mr. and Mrx. Fred Hopor of
(IrautH I'iihh ai'uouipaulud thu hall
toatu to Mudford Hunday.
II. C. Utoddard and A. 8. Hohom
liauiu drovu to lirowimlioro on Still
day on a fdiort IiiihIiichh trip,
UumtHOo Hoofing awardod jjold
uiudal at A. Y. P. exposition. Mado
from Trinidad I.nko anphnlt and
Wiarnntood. No oxpiumlon or con
Tlio nido truck for tlio Clnrk-IIou-ory
company In Whitman I'nrk Iiiih
Tim new water wiikoii for thu oily
Iiiih arrived and will hooii ho put in
Now 1h tlio timo to liny your wood
at $1 por cord. Call at 421 South
'Orapo atreot or phono Main 11)1. (10
A. 3. KoHonhaiim Iiiih ordered thu
l'ullmaii oar which i to ho iihoiI by
looal nportH to visit tlio Joffrion
!'. C. Sh.nrpu and party vmitod Lit
tlo Hiitto creak Hunday.
Paved MtroctH, commit nidowalka,
wntor, cower, olootrio llghtf! and nil
limprovrmentM will bo found in tho
On eon Anno nddition; only elht
DiiiiutoH' walk from tho PoHtoffico.
Cholco Iota $050. 18 North Front
V. E. Merrick, with hin family, mo
tored to tho upper Kokiio Sunday.
MIhhch Knid and Vonita Hamilton
Hpul Hunday in AhIiIiiihI vinitiiiK with
All ntyloa of legal blanks at tho
Mail Tribuno offico. Ovor a hun
Ottomor Milton, tho dolightful aud
ontortnlninir freight clork at tho
Southern Pacific depot, known to
many of IiIh frionds an "Jimmy
Brill." motored to FooIh crook on
I). M. CurtiH, a former readout of
tho valley, in now uiikiikoiI in tho j;n
cory biiHiiiPKH at South Bend, Iud.
Tho Morrivold Shop can supply
your wanta in offico HiipplioH. 00
Mrs. . It. Colomnu and Hon of
JackHonvillc are spondiiiK a few days
with Mm. Claude Cato at Hrownn
Iioro. Mm. M. M. Taylor of Jacksonville
wiim a recent visitor in Medford.
TIioho Iota on Quoon Anno avonuo
aro KoiiiR rapidly; bettor got in bo
foro valuort advance Enny torma.
18 North Front Htroot.
Mihb Marian White Iiiih roturnod
from a visit in Jacksonville with Mih.
V. II. Joluiflon of Kaclo Point wan
a recent Medford visitor.
Canton roHtnurant for Hale, $1000.
Sam Look, proprietor. 04
F. M. Itoundtroo of JaukHouvillo
Iiiih returned from a trip to Kiikoiio.
The residence of C. C. PurHol on
Little Appk'Knto wiih destroyed by
firo Saturday. This is tho third house
Mr. Ptirsoll has lost in five years.
Can you ostimato tho valtio of a
Quoon Anno avonuo lot a yoar from
nowf Only $0f0, at present, cash
or tonus. 18 North Front Htroot.
Jerry Ntinan roeontly paid a visit
to William Von dor Hollou at Wel
lon. Alias Mnrgnrot Linn hag loft to
upend tho summer in Klamath Falls.
Sam Look wishes to soil tho Can
non Itostnttrant for $100,000,000.
Joseph Goldsbv of Huiicom was a
recent business visitor in tho valley.
Miss Mollio Ray of Applegate liaH
been visit ine; frionds in the vnllov.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson aud a
party of friends motored to tho rivor
Sunday on a fishing trip,
Tho Into fiotiou aud Foust era ft
jewelry at tlio Morrivold Shop.
Henry Wilson of thu Applognto
was a recent visitor.
V. I). Stovonaon of Euglo Point
spout Saturday in Medford.
ITnlu's pianos will arrivo about
Mrs. M. It, Buolc of Buucom spout
a fow hours in Medford Sunday.
W. H. Garrutt of Buiioom prooinot
was a recent visitor in Medford.
Will soil 20 noros of fruit land nonr
Control Point; prioo $2100. Aylor
& Bonnott. 00
Miss PjobsIo Howard of Jackson
ville has roturnod to San Francisco,
whom slio is omployod by tho Pnoifio
Miss Tillio Payno of Bmicnm ro
ooutly visitod friends in tho vnllov,
Party owning or knowing of good
provou plnoor ground, that is diffi
cult to got wntor to it, that can ho
Roourod on ronBonablo torniB, may
loarn somothing to his ndvantngo by
addressing Small, 83 Jackson County
Bank Bldg,, Medford. 01
F, II. Cowlos wan in Medford Mon
day from hin orchard, "Wostaway."
A. W. IIubliM has returned from a
visit to Gold Hill.
I)r. C. It. Kav and II. C. Stoddard
motored to aold Hill on businoMH
Mrs. Kd llanloy was a visitor In
John II. Carkin, nttonioy at law,
vor jaokHon County Hnnk.
A tolophono lino has been con
structed through tho Iluncom district
and many of the residents of that
section aro having phonos installed.
II. 1). 'lroniion entertained a parly
of f Ishormen Sunday at his Knglo
Point ranch, consisting of C. S. Now
all, J. C. F. Aslbury und G. Putnam.
Mr. Tronso lauded a four-pound
Hteelhoad, the first of tlio season.
FoiiHt Craft Guild jowolrv for
graduation presents at tho Morrivold
Momo Barkdtill, Jeff Hoard, It. G.
Dow and II. O. Neeley comprised a
fishing party that lol.8aturdny af
ternoon and spent Sunday on the
Carborry fork, in the Steamboat
country. They found it too early for
tl host angling, although a. good
string was caught. Mr. Neeley had
an ndvontiiro with a cougar aud both
took to the woods.
K. Foreman of Applegate was a re
cent visitor in .Medford.
Have you seen the Conklin self
filling fountain pen? Tho Morrivold
Shop wishes to show you one. 00
J. K. Knyart has returned from a
trip, to his ranch on upper Iloguo
Professor C. I. Lewis of tlio Ore
gon Agricultural collego is in Med
ford on a short business trip.
It. A. Holmes, tho insurance man,
devotes his whole timo to insuranco
and can givo you bettor sorvlco.
Koom 10, Jackson County Hank.
Fred J. Dlakoley aud Dr. J. F.
Hcddy visited Sterling mine on bun
Activu work of training tho chorus
for tho production of the thrco op
eras for tho benofit of the Grcnter
Medford club will moot this evening
at tho opera houso for their first re
hearsal. A cedar chest makes an ideal gift
for tho Juno bride. Drop in nnd let
us show you a sample. .Mission Fur
niture Works, comer Eighth aud
Mr. aud Mrs. J. O. Wricht are ro-
joicing over (ho birth of a son.
It. A. Holmes, tho insurnnco mnu,
writes n very liberal insurnuro con
tract. Room 2(1, Jackson Countv
.iiihh .Myni macKouni lias re
turned from a visit with fi lends in
The Conklin self-filling fountain
pen is perfect no poor jonB aro of
fered for sale. Tho .Morrivold
S. A. Pnttison of Central Point
spent Monday in Medford on busi
ness. It costs no moro to insuro in the
big companies than tho small ones.
See R. A. Holmes, tho iusiiranco man,
mom 10, Jnckson County Bank.
.Mrs. R. C. Caldor was visitiiiL-
Medford frionds Monday.
ror rout A bungnlow at $10 a
month. Seo Aylor & Baniott, South
Central avonuo. 01
Dr. E. B. Piokol drovo a party of
friends to tho river Sunday after
noon. James R. Kolly spont Sundny in
Ashland on a short pleasure trip.
Hourv Savago of ABhlaud spoilt
.Monday in Medford on business.
W. R. Pittongor loavos noxt Thurs
day for Edmonton, Can., wjioro he
will spond tho Biimmor visiting with
his brother, who bonds a largo trans
Charier A. Mulboouf has left for a
short visit in Portland.
Dr. G. II. Carter is spending a
few days ovr on tho Applegate.
Tho grading crow of tho Clark
Henory Construction company is at
worlf on Rivcrsido avonuo. ,
William B. Stead of Woodvillo was
a recent visitor in Medford.
Edgar Hafor plans to lonvo Thurs-
uay on an extended business trip
Dr. Rickort wishes
Colonel F. L. Toil Velio took a
parly of friends up on Rogue river
Sunday on a fishing trip.
L, E. Whiting is spending a fow
days at "Rlverviow," noar Eaglo
W. B. Shonnnn, tho timbor man of
Grants Pass, was a recent visitor in
A reception to Professor nnd Mrs.
U. (i. Smith, who leave soon for Al
bany to reside, will bo given at J.
E. Walt's rosidouco Tuesday ovoning.
Profossor P. J. O'Gnra Is in Roho-
burg on a short business trip.
Charles Kingson of Trail is visit
ing Medford. He brought down u
car of hogs which ho loaded at Eagle
Point for shipment to Portland.
Arthur C. Morrison, a recent ar
rival from Lincoln, Neb., has purch
ased a home in West Mudford and
will send for his family.
E. B. Wattorman, who recently
sold Iub orchard 16 Gerald Scoy-
Smitli, linn purchased a homo in West
Medford and oxpcctB to roinvest in
Roguu Rivor orchard land.
Lyric Company of Portland to Ap
pear Here During Summer Only
First-Class Productions Promised
Fine List of Plays.
36 CENTS POUND
Blass Bros., of Upper Rogue, Sell
2000 Pounds of Mohair at 36 Cents
a Pound Have Large Band ot
Results In Pacific Coast, National
League and American Association
of Decoration Day Baseball.
BOSTON, Mass., Mas 30. The
R. II. E.
Brooklyn 0 1 0
Boston 2 4 1
Bnttorios Frock and Graham;
Bell and Bergen.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. May 30.
Now York . ,
R. II. E.
Druck nnd Meyers; Fox
PITTSBURG. Pa., May 30. Tho
R. n. E.
Cincinnati 7 10 -1
Pittsburg 13 0 3
Batteries Spade, Anderson nnd
iMoLenit; Clark, Adams and Gibson.
III., May 30. The
St. Louis 1 7 2
Chicago 0 13 2
Batteries Lush, .Reiger and
Phelps; Brown nnd Archer.
Boston, Mass., May 30. Tho
R. II. E.
Philadelphia 5 9 2
Boston 1 5 3
Batteries Coombs and Thomns;
Cycotto, Smith nnd Cnrrignn.
ST. LOUIS, .Mo., May 30. The
R. H. E.
Detroit 10 12 3
St. Louis 0 0 0
Batteries Stroud and Schmidt;
Powoll, Waddoll and Stephens.
NEW YORK, May 30. Tho score:
It. H. E.
Washington 1 2 1
Now York 3 C 3
Bnttorios Oborlin and Street; For
Chicngo 4 10 1
Cleveland 3 10 3
Batteries Walsh, Doano nnd
Block; Link, Young nnd Easterly.
May 30. The
This is the word that has sudden
ly gone forth to roward local theater
goers for tho record thoy havo mado
for tho city as tho best "show town"
on th map of North Amorica.
On tho night of Juno 0 the Athon
Stock company, which has just clos
od a season of -12 weeks at the Lyric
theater, Portland, will open in the
.Medford opera house for a summer
run of dramatic stock. This company
is conceded to bo ono of tho best city
stock organizations in tho entire
country. The mere fact that it has
just finished a record run of nearly
a year in one theater in captious
Portland is the very best attestation
of its worth. Tho company has been
engaged intact, including tho entire
organization of 1-1 people, nnd the
comploto original equipment neces
sary for a full production of ench
play. In addition to tho acting cast,
tho Lyrio theater scenic artist nnd
stage carpenter hnvc been engaged,
and ntiro sots of new scenery' will bo
built nnd painted for each produc
tion. iniiiier its Mnnagcr.
Tho organization will bo under the
ownership nnd iersonaI supervision
of Forest V. Znnmer, who has re
cently located in Medford. Mr. Zira
mor is a well-known theatrical mnn
ager, having controlled several met
ropolitan stocks in the east. Ho is
familiar with all tho details of stock
productions nnd promises Medford
patrons that every piny put on will
bo cqunl to any of the rond attrac
tions that have appeared horc during
tho pnst season. Seen this morning,
Mr. Zimmor mndc tho following state
ment regarding his plans:
"It is our purpose to spare no ef
fort, and no item of expense, in the
porfectiou of each production. Only
ono piny will bo given in Medford
each week, probably for three nights.
Tho remaining three, performances
will bo given in neighboring towns
nnd Portland. The opening play will
bo "Tho Powers That Be." conceded
to bo tho crowning success in New
York during tho pnst season, nnd ono
of tho best productions that tho
Athon eompnnv has mndc in Port
land. The royalty alono for the
rights to use this ploy will cost us
wuu lor mo wcck. i nave ucen m
this beautiful littlo city long enough
to realize the fact that Medford, es
pecially theatrical Medford, will not
stnnd for anything mediocre. It is
impossible to got tlio best plays with
out paying high royalties for them,
nnd I expect to pay something like
$100 cvory week for tho plnys we
aro to use.
Kli-it Class Plnjr.s
"I have seen the Athon company in
action and I will put it ngninst nny
similar organization in tho country.
Wo will produi'o such plays as "Paid
in Full." "The Man of tho Hour,"
"The Boss." "Tho Girl of tho Golden
West," "Tho Squaw Man," "A Fool
There Was," "Old Ifcidolburg," "The
Heir to tho Iloorah" and n number of
first-class comedies. I consider my
self very fortuuato in securing this
partioulnr company. Thero is a do-
oided advnntngo in the fact that tho
company is already up in tho plnys
Blass Brothers, the angora goat
kings of tipper Rogue river, have
just received a largo check for 2000
pounds of mohair that thoy shipped
to tho Multnomah Mohair Mills, re
ceiving 30 cents a pound. This price
is tho highost received in Southern
Oregon for some years.
Blass Bros, havo ono of the finest
and Inrgest bands of angora pouts in
the county and find tho upper Rogue
River on ideal location. The goats
aro not only valuable for tho mohair,
but arc a great aid in clearing land.
LEADER AT BAT
Average of 487 in Nine Games Play
ed by Medford, Coleman Second,
Miles Third, Antle Fourth, Burgess
at Bottom of List.
Jack Wilkinson leads tho batting
average of tho Medford ball team
this season. With nine games having
been played, ho has an average of
.487. Coleman is second with .431.
Claude Miles is batting in third place,
ncro is a tabulated summary of tho
Player Played. Average.
Wilkinson, lb 0
Coleman, p t)
Miles, bs 8
Antic, If. 8
Bccbe, c 9
Hcnsclman, 3b 8
Strain. 2b 9
Isaacs, cf. 9
Hill, c 9
Blackington, rf 7
Burgess, p 4
TWENTY INJURED AT OAKLAND
(Continued from Page 1.1
Mrs. Mary Reynolds, San Fran
cisco, seriously cut about head and
Mrs. nnd Miss Froyengahl, Oak
land, seriously injured.
Miss A. Paddock, Oakland, oat
Restaurant, a snap.
Bakery, fino buv.
24 horses, from $75 up.
160 acres, close in, $20 acre.
1 lot on C street, 130x120.
7-room houso and 2 lots, West Main
street, at price of lots; a big snap.
115 acres, 5 miles out, $2200.
34 acres, 3 miles from Medford, un
der ditch, $7000.
West Walnut Park lots, terms.
to bo given horo, nnd it is obvious 5-Room bungalow, cheap.
that owing to an unavoidable dolay
in tno trnnsportation of offico pnra
phomnlia ho will bo unablo to opon
Iuh optionl pnrlor at room 2, Konl
nor building, on tho 1st of Juno, nR
anticipntod. Tho exact dato will ho
puhlishod in this pnpor a littlo later.
Look for it. Wnit for it.
Leland Bovoridgo, who hns boon
out with a surveying orow of tho
Pacific & Eastorn, is visiting his
motltor in this city.
ITonry Camp of Grants Pass is in
Medford on businosa.
Hurry W. Lang of Snoramonto has
arrived in Medford to visit his par
ontR, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Lang, who
reside on South Contrnl nvenuo.
Ti. C. TTemmingwny of Now York
hns purchasod 40 acros from S. W.
Willinms on Evnns orook nnd will
plant it to fruit. Tho considorntiop
Honrv C. Millar Iiiih loft for a fow
days' visit in Portland,
John Southorlnnd, who hns boon
sponding a fow days in Medford with
frlondfl, hns roturnod to his homo In
Oakland, Cal., May
senro (morning gamo) :
R. n. E.
Los Augolos 4 9 1
Snn Fruncisco 5 10 3
Bnttorios Smith and Kroigor for
Los Angeles; Williams and Smith for
VERNON, May 30. Tho score:
It. H. E.
Oakland 2 4 1
Vernon 5 10 2
SPITZER TO TELL OF FRAUDS
thut the productions will bo hotter
thnn when thoy were given in Port
land. I find the stage of the Med
ford thontor to bo wider, deeper,
G-Room bungalow, $500 off price for
2 Lots or 2-room house at price of
higher and bettor in othor respooKilOO acros, $1000.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Jury nnd It Is bollovod that his tes
timony will result In moro Indlct
montu, Tho drawbnok operations of tho
"aiiBar trust" Is bollovod to havo
concealed a system ot doublo doallng.
rtio Kovornmojit allows a robato or
drawback amounting to a cortnln por
contngo ot tho duty patd on Import
od sugar whon it Is shlppod out
again nttor liolng rotlnod. Tho
"triiBt" gets raw BUgnr from Cuba
than those of tho largo majority of
theaters, and productions requiring u
largo number of pcoplo can bo given
on it. In this connection I want to
say that for largo casts the theatric
al people who live in Medford havo
assured mo that thoy will gladly sup
plement the ensts whonover they may
ho neodod. Wo will uso sovoral re
ligious plnys liko "Tho Sign of tho
Cross," "Quo Vndis" and "Tho Holy
City," where ensts of 50 or moro will
bo used. All I ask of tho Medford
public is that it will givo this oxcol-
lout company its pntronnco for tho
oponing play, and if it does not com
pare with tlio host, city companios in
tho Unitod Stntos, I will "quit"
grncofully after tho first production.
I feel positive that this vontiiro will
bo a success, for wo will offor what
Medford audiences demand tho best
tho very best."
From a standpoint of commercial
ndvortisomont alono, n dramntio com
pany of tho caliber of tho Lyrio com
pany, placed horo for tho summer,
would doubtless bo of great benfit
to Medford, nnd tho Mail Tribuno be
spoaks from tho Medford thontor
goors a rousing sond-off for this
company whon it opons Juno 13 in
"Tho Powers Thnt Bo."
IToBkins fo- Health.
Rooming houso, a money-maker.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
9-Room houso. .
10-Room houso, 2 3-4 notes; close in.
Fruit land ,o!oso in.
5-room houso, modern, $15.
2 Furnished houses.
5-Room houso, modern, $15.
7-room houso, $20.
Ranoh hands, $35 per month.
Hay mon, $1.50 por day.
Womon to work and cook.
Girl for genoral housework.
40 woodchoppors, $1.50 cord.
Laboring men for city and milroad
E. F. aTbITTNER
Medford Employment Bureau.
Business chances, real estate, all
kinds of help furnished and businosn
Room 206, Taylor & Phlpps Bldg,
Phone 4141 Main.
I about nraiB and body.
Mrs. L. Sharp. Oakland, cut nbout
'legs nnd bond.
WUIiam Holmes, slightly hurt.
I Alova Lewis, slightly hurt.
( Those whom physicinns say may
Robert McArthur, Mrs., and Miss
Froyengahl, Axel Friegondaln, Maud
Rothroach. All of them have internal
injuries added to thoir othor injur
ies, tho physicians say.
Tho ca8tbonnd car bad taken a
siding for tho other tram to pass.
The westbound car coming at a high
rate of speed crashod into the
switch and struck tho standing enr
with terrific forco.
Whether thero was a misunder
standing of orders, whether the
switch had been left open or whether
the switch points gave way and al
lowed tho oncoming car to leave tho
main track has not yet been deter
mined by the officials who aro in
vestigating tho accident.
On one car were a number of pic-
nickcre on their way ro a German bo
ciety outing. There were many wo
men and children in this partq.
Tho Oakland enr, rounding the
curve at terrific speed, was upon tho
I standing car without warning. A
I few persons tried to jump nnd these
j were among the most seriously hurt.
OF HIS FREEDOM
KANSAS CITY, 3Io., May 30.
Sitting in his cell in the jail here to
day, Dr. B. Clark Hyde told of his
absolute confidence thnt he will be
ultimately cleared of tho charge of
murdering Colonel Thomas H. Swope,
his wife's millionaire uncle. Dr.
Hyde is endavoring to keep in good
physical shape during his confine
ment and walkfl five mitos In'jnll eaok
Jam going io get a now trial," tin
convicted physician said "I feel ab
solutely sure thnt Judgo Lntshaw
will grant it. Prhnpa it la my ah-
soluto knowlodgo of my own inno
cenco thnt makes, mo fool so confi
dent." Tolling of his fivo-milo walk in" thov
jail, Dr. Hydo said:
"Each iron nlato in tho corridor i
thrco feet long. Thoro aro 19 of
them in tho corridor and I walk back
and forth until I have covered five
"But I don't worry ovor myself nt
all," tho physician continued. "I feel
"orry for Frances. Tho heavy blow
falls on her.
"I read somo lato medical majra-
zmes every day."
Is perfectly met and perma
nently provided for in the one
roofing of Quality,
It can be laid on any
shaped roof, requires
no metal flashings,
can be laid by any
one, and will protect
your buildings no
matter vtLx the conditions are.
WOODS LUMBER CO.
Grace Josephine Brown
Song Recital, Assisted by
Irene Hampton Isaacs
:-: Thursday Evening :-:
June 2, 1910 at 8:15p.m.
Seats on Sale Tuesday a. m. at Haskins
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RIGS that cover the country
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Portland Rose Festival
JUNE 6TH TO 11TH
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(Lines in Oregon)
ONE and ONE-THIRD FARE
FROM ALL POINTS IN OREGON
Sale Dates From Eoseburg and all stations north
thereof, including all branches, Juno 6th, 8th and
10th. Prom all stations south of Roseburg, June
5th, 6th and 8th. Final return limit Juno 15th.
For further particulars as to rates, etc., apply" to
any S. P. Agent or to
General Passenger Agent. Portland, Oregon.