Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, December 13, 1912, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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OROnOE PUTNAM. KJItor and MnBr
Rntcred na flcconJ-elnni mattnr t
Mrdronl. Orrcon, nJer ths sot ot
March S. 187.
0. A. 0. PLANS TO CONTROL HORTICULTURE,
Official Pancr of the City of Mrdford.
.Official Paper of Jtcknon County.
, SUIKCHIPTIOW ItATli.
One yfnr. by mall. 15,00
One tnnnth, ly mall. .CO
Per month, delivered by carrier In
Med fern!, Jacksonville and Cen
tral Point 50
Bn turd ay only, ty mall, pr year. . S oe
Weekly, per year., 1.&0
swniiM cincui.iTinx.
Dally Average or eleven months end
Ins November 30, 1911. S7S1.
The Mall Tribune Is on mIo at tho
Terry New Stand. Snn rrnnrlico.
Portland Hotel News HtnnJ, Portland.
rLiwmftn Noir Co . INirtlaml.
"W. O. Whitney. BeattK Wah.
Ore.
Full Leairri Wln United Pre
Dl.pntrhr.
RYNN SAYS SECONDS
PUUM01 IN . EYES
LOS ANOELES, Cal., Doc. 13.
Scheduled to leavo today for Now
York, Jim Flynn carried on his
shoulders sufficient woes and griefs
to bow down tho head of a minstrel
end man, which lncludo tho follewing:
A face, Inside and out painful, tho
result of Luther McOarty's wallops.
Ho claims his seconds, nonetheless,
offcctlrcly, If mistakenly, dribbles
nmmonia Into his eyes in tho interim
before tho disastrous ninth round of
tho McCarty battle. Ho claims he
was "not even dazed" by McCarty'a
blows and that tho fight should not
havo been stopped whilo ho had a
chnnco to win.
Ho wants to bet $3000 he can lick
tho winner of tho McCarty-Palier
battle Now Year's Day.
Flynn will try for matches la New
York beforo returning.
0RCHAR0ISTS LOSE $1,000,000
BY WASTE IN BY-PRODUCTS
(From tho Pacific Coast Packer.)
Tho growers In tho northwest are
beginning to reallio that with tho In
creased production tho prices on tho
famous big red apple will haro to bo
lowered to tho lorol of more pocket
books, in order to put tho fruit Into
consumption, llaallzlng this fact,
they are casting about for ways and
means to rcduco their fixed charges
nnd over-head expenses. Tho 10c per
hundred for storago la transit, and
tho 20 or 2Gc per box for storago In
markets, or nt least a portion of
theso amounts, tho growers say they
are going to try to save.
Picking, packing, hauling and ship
ping to markets within a period ot
nlxty days, fifteen or twenty thous
and cars of apples, with lack of facil
ities, insufficient help and tho short
age of cars, Is a very cxpenslvo prop
osition. Tho crying necessity, grow
ers believe, nnd tho ono which will
rollovo tho entire situation, Is more
storago at home. This, however,
does not necessarily mean cold stor
ago. With dry storago boubes such
as are found In tho Wenatchee val
ley, after tho picking nnd hauling,
tho movement may he conveniently
wado during a four or flvo mouths
period Instead of two, Much prep
aration must bo made. According to
Indications tho year 1915 may pro
duce a crop of 40,000 cars; somo say
50,000 cars Jrr Oregon, Washington
and Idaho. If this crop must be
moved In a sixty-day period it would
mean about 800 cars a day of tho
refrigerator kind, moved cast over
u haul ot probably 2000 miles. Even
with one-third of this crop, during
tho prevent season tho transcontinen
tal lines were unprepared to cope
with tho situation.
Million Loss in Fruit Waste
It is estimated that close to a mil
lion dollars Is being lout this season
by growers in tho great northwest
not having enough facilities to con
sumo their oft grades, windfalls and
.culls. Tho great northwest Is very
lacking in evaporators, canneries,
cider and vinegar plants. In some
ot tho districts In the northwest
thoro wcro from 30 to CO per cont
ot tho apples lying on tho ground in
tho heart ot tho packing season. Over
Jn tho Spokane country In many or
chards, after tho leaveB hud fallon
and tho first snow was on tho ground
there were thousands of boxes ot np
pies still on tho trees. Tho trow
ors who are not In tho commercial
bull, or In districts where packing
and shipping facilities havo not yet
been established, are very much dis
co urngod.
THE activities of the Oregon Agricultural college mv
multifarious. Not content with referendum cainpaigiiH
to ruin the state university, the O. A. C. is now planning
to control horticulture in Oregon and at the same time
build un a powerful political machine at state expense.
A bill has been propnred J or submission to the legisla
ture, abolishing the state board of horticulture ami creat
ing a state commissioner of horticulture at a salary of
$2,500, with $2,000 expenses, $7f0 more Tor incidentals,
$900 for office rent and $1200 for clerk a total of $7:i."0.
The bill is ostensibly fathered by the state horticultural
society a self-perpetuating and useless institution that
draws an nnnronriation unauthorised by law of several
thousands of dollars of taxpayers' money for an annual
show at Portland. The draft of the bill reads:
1. All horticultural laws of Oregon are hereby ruponled.
? nm,. nf inti commissioner of hortloulturo Ik crtxittul. filled by
.innnlntmoiit hv tho following beard: Governor of Oregon, prooldent of
the stnti horticultural society, nnd horticultural of tint Oregon Kxporl
meutal Station, I'onullls.
But the O. A. C. is not satisfied with control of the
appointment, but also would dictate the chief deputy as
follews:
It. Commissioner shall appoint a deputy who slmll bo a scientific
horticulturist. Deputy must bo approved by thu following advisory board
beforo being eligible to appeintment: Uortleulurlat. Kotomologliit and
Pathologist of tho Oregon Experimental Station, Corvallls, Oregon.
The bill provides that tho commissioner shall appoint
inspectors to tho number of forty, to be approved by the
O. A. C. "advisory board." at a salary of $o per day and
transportation, paid for by the state.
The bill further provides that the commissioner shall
appoint an indefinite number of "quarantine guardians"
at a salary of $(5 nor day and expenses, to be approved by
the O. A. C. "advisory board."
The bill, if passed, will impose a heavy burden on the
taxpayers probably exceeding a hundred thousand dol
lars a. year and create a strong political machine, personal
ly directed by the O. A. C.
Under tho present law, the commission is provided but
little needed nionev. It cannot enforce a clean-un cam
paign without it, but by strengthening tho law, counties
can be compelled to clean-up orchards at their own ex
pense through tho commission.
Tho proposed bill will destroy the present efficient
system of inspection in vogue in Jackson county, which
is maintained by an increased assessment proportioned
according to age, upon orchard property, hence paid for by
those benefitted. This destruction of local control is proli
ably the real reason for the O. A. C. activity, for the many
mistakes made by its horticultural experts and experi-
mentists here have met sharp criticism.
The orchards in the Corvalbs section do not compare
in cleanliness with those of Jackson county, and the college
experts have not demonstrated, their efficiency in their
own section sufficiently to be placed in charge of the
entire state.
"Why should the burden of horticultural inspection be
placed on the state? "Why not lcavtj.it with tho counties
affected? Why build up an expensive political machine
at the expense of all the taxpayers to benefit a small class
of property owners?
'Pine rti'mincrtrl fwlvicnw lirmrl nf "lini'f ittlf iPisr. mitn-
.A...? UJWUV .. JV.7 .... vr. ..ww. ... ..j, ...'
mologist and pathologist" ot tlie u. A. j. to control Horti
culture m urcgon, is reminiscent ol an aa recently primco
in Sunset Magazine which states:
"A president and thrco members of tho faculty ot a large agricultural
college organized tho Oregon Apple Company. Tho services of
nn expert horticulturist, highly recommended by the Oregon Agricultural
College wore secured. O. A. CO. orchards are twenty mile
south from Corvallls, borne of the Oregon Agricultural College."
Stock units are offered for sale in this concern in which
state employes use their official connection to advertise
their personal property and artfully convey an idea of
official supervision, at "one third down, with dignified
terms, no interest and no taxation in the selling plan."
What a vista of opportunity would be opened to such
enterprising scientists with absolute control of the horti
cultural interests of a state!
EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A good audlenco lieard Dr. Par
sons last night. A largo number of
men wero at tho luncheon last eve
ning. Dr. Parsons mado a stirring
address to the men. Moro men wore
at tho popular evangelistic meeting
last night than women. It was ono
df tho host evenings yet and one ot
the most eloquent fcermonu. This
evening a luncheon for ull tho young
people ot tho church and congrega
tion, and each is requested to bring
somo young person with him or hor.
KERNS UNABLE TO FIND
BIG ENOUGH HOUSE IN VIENNA
VIENNA, Dec. 13. Colonel It. C.
Kerns of St. Louis, American anK
bassador to Austria-Hungary, Is
staying temporarily ut tho Ilrlstol
Hotel hore because he Is unnblo to
find n house large enough for his
family and retinue of horvants.
John A. Perl
Undertaker
28 S. HAUTLKTT
Phones M. 471 and 473
Ambulance Scriko Deputy Coroner
Through want advertising your
low ot a valued employe may bo
quickly repaired for tho "iudlspeu
slblo mim" is a myth!
ARIZONA PRISONERS ELECT
ROCKEFELLER TO SOCIETY
PHOENIX, Ariz., Dec. 13 Noti
fication of their election ns honoury
members of tho Mutual Improvement
Leaguo ot Florence today Is en routo
i t. tAh r iini,nrnii.. .i ...
Tho object Is to get all our young '" " . ""w
people together lor n little social C""" a" Governor Hunt. The
time and to hear a message for young ac v nnbohp Is confined to in-
llfo from Dr. Parsons. The luncheon "latos of the state prison.
will bo at 6:30, so that Instead of
tho supper or dinner at homo or in
the restaurant, each ono comes to
the church to enjoy tho luncheon
there. This Includes every young
man or woman, married or single,
who is a monibcr of the church or
congregation, no matter what his or
her ago may bo, Every member of
the C. E. society and tho F. I. L.
especially uro expected to be present.
Popular evangelistic meeting at
7:30 tonight. Tho subject that Dr.
Parsons will tako Js, "Tho Narrow
Gate." It is not empty words when
wo say that this sermon is worth
your hoarlng. No services on Satur
day. On Sunday at 11 a. m. tho sub
ject will bo, "Why man ought to Join
the church": at 3 p. m., "What shall
It profit a man?" nt 7:30 p. m "Con
quering the world," Hear ono and
you will miss uono. People aro In
quiring tho way ot life.
Knowing how
and. best materials
produce a flavor
found only in
Orange
Blossom
Candy
MKDl'Oltl) PHAUMACY
Exclusive Agents
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ARCHBALD
CASE
RUSHED
10 F
INiSIt
W SIIINOTOX, per n With
four of the nlnu i-tunge. lu tho Im-peat-huteut
charge ngnliwt Itobert
V Arehlmld, Jtnlgi ir lh ennwnorco
court (or ni 1 300 ml in t or tifflm. w
oentei) tn tho MiiHt court, tliti i-imii-litltteo
ot lioilsi) iriwri'Uttir todn)
are "rnllrondlnKM he esse to finish
the remaining olmrsrn lioforo tomor
row night, whtlti the piimecuttnii miml
rest Uh cast. The testimony In the
remaining charge will he brief, the
tuiuHc tminnKora reiluic innluty mi
tho showing made wltneHsen who
nlroiid) hmu testified
GIRL MESSENGERS IN
DAY CITY SUCCESSFUL
SAN rilANClSCO. t'al . Dm' U -An
experiment tif tho Ponlul Tele
graph company to hire girl mewen
gers U prolng ti decided miccon to
day, according to M.nuiKor Cornell).
At present he lm two girls doing
this worK Miss (lnu l.oimMlow,
great grand-ulece of the fatuous poet,
and Mlsx Home Itlxio.
Lnntrrii Causes tllfi Fit o
IIAYONNK. N .1 . Dee 13 -The
by n
Indus,
which
barrel
fitrtor of tho Tidewater Oil company,
a Simulant Oil sulmlillun, In the ex
tent of $1,111)0,111)0
ktiorkliiK over nf a lantern
ttiitfhiuiiii. It mum ttftfiirlcil
ni lespoiiKllilo for the tiro
laot nlHht damaged the big
Eads - Holbrook
Fuel Co,
WOOD FOR SALE
Tier, Rick and Block Wood
Mill Blocks
Strictly Cash on Dolivory.
Clark ft Wright
LAWYERS
WAHIIINOTON, tl. V,
Puhllo Land Msttont Final Proof.
Dnert Lands, Conteit site! Minim
Unset, tlortp.
Draperies
V curry a very cnmnlrln lino of
tliiierli'K, litrn mirlnliin. rlvlurr. nto,
ni'il iln ull elamirn ut ujitiullrrliiK A
uprclill mull In Innk Hflrr tilt work
t'lllnl vtOy nmt will ulv MM HIM1
("rvlcit In txmMilil io gut In vr
tlm lariivit eltlo.
Wooks & McQowan Co.
BOB CROWDER
Will l.eal Hit liil)lic.lai'kl
SATURDAY, DEC. 14.
In Booths No. H and 12
With a nice assort men! of fresh meal.
C'OAIK KAUI.Y AND AVOID TIIK KlSH.
ft
MONEY SAYING SALE
EXTRA SPECIAL
LONG COATS -
Yonr unrestricted choice of our entire line
of Long ami .Johnny Coats this fall's newe.-t
"Style-Craft" models in chinchillas. Diagon
als, Hondos. Novelty Cloths, Long .Mackinnws
and Caracals; actual values Sr'J.'i.OO, $27..r)t),
$:0.00. $:J':0 and $IJ5.(H). .Monev Saving Sale
rice . ..1.S5
Others i)riced at $6.95, $9.85, $11.95, $13.95,
$14.98.
CHILDREN'S COATS
Vory Much TJnderpriced.
Some at one-half, price and los, priced at
$1.95, $3.98, $4.45, $5.95 up.
, CHILDREN'S WOOL DRESSES
At Closing Out Prices.
$2.69, $3.19, $3.50 and $3.98. Values l-:i more
$19.85
HOUSE DRESSES
$1.29 and $1.89
House Dresses, long
sleeves aitTl high neck
or low neck and shnrl
sleeves, in percales
and ginghams.
sM.no. $I.GTf .1.75
Dresses $1.20
$2.1-) and $U.-lii
Dresses $1.89
SHORT KIMONAS
in duckling, fleece in
various pretty styles,
79, S9 anil $1.19
HANDKERCHIEFS
FOR GIFTS
Plain hemstitched
1 1 dk Is. in a good (inal
ity. Special,:! for25v
Cross harrcd lldkl's.,
ity. Special, 4 for 25
Kimon.i lldkl's., large,
at II for 25
Children's colored
lldkl's. pretty designs
or plain, per box 25
Otheis hv easv stages,
10c, 15c,20c, 25c, 35c,
up to $2.50.
Tailored Suits
$19.85
Your unrestricted choice of
our entire line of Tailored
Suits, excepting a few nuiii
hers in navy blue serge,, in
handsome mixtures, chev
iots, blue serges, broadcloths
woi'stcds, whipcords, etc,
this season's newest styles;
actual values to .-f'CM.OO.
.Monev Saving Sale, all
sixes $l9.Sf
TRIMMED HATS
Values to JjttO.OO $i.9S
Do your Ninas shopping
here. ( 'boose them in a shop
that a woman would go to
to choose them hcixclf. Our
showing is much varied.
Kin for gifts.
Handkerchiefs for gifts.
Silk Hosiery for gifts.
Cinbrellas for gifts.
Handbags for gifts.
(Moves, etc., etc.
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Schief f elm s Sanitary Grocery
BOTH PHONES
These Cash Sales will be held twice a week
until further notice.
Cottolene, !i5c nnd $1.30.
Standard lard COc and 80c and fl.GO,
Armour'H llama 22c,
Standard Hacon 22c,
I.oc Cuhln Aluplo Syrup .in, 00 and ?1.2fi u gal.
liliiM I.aljfl Kuro Syrup U0c and CiUc.
Avoudale MoIuhsch U cuiih for 25c.
Pure Maple 8ut'ar 30o u pound,
llliieatom Klour I1.2C a anck.
Quaker Hollod Oatu 2.80 for 90 pnundu.
H pound BackH 35e, I jioiind packueu 20c,
-1 pound pnekaKo Corn Flukes 2.1c.
(Ireen Olives $1.00 alzo, 7ric.
(Irceu Oliver 00c hIzo, -tnc.
(Ireen OUvhb 3Cc hIzo, 30c.
1'otntoes, jier 100 Uih. KRc.
OmIoiih, per 100 Ilia. src.
Krench I'euM, 20c: per can.
Htrliij; IlcanH, 10c per cap,
CuhhiiKu In 25 pound lotu l'dc.
Hock Candy Stylo Syrup l'tx, 20c; QtH. ITki;
Vj (lal, one; Oal, 1 1.20.
NIIW flOODH
Sultana IUIhIiih 1 Ih
I'ecotm
Kancy Tahlo ItalHltiH
Scedud and Xot-A-Sced
packUKoit
Imported .Ionian AlmondH, Kancy
HalveH, KroHh Salted I'lHtlclilo NutH
Now l'urn Huckwheut Klour, I'uro Muplo Syrup
Try our 4 0 cent Hulk Coffee, all coffee, nnd do
not pay D to 10 centu fur a can you havo no
UHo for.
Quakor I'arma, 3 puckugcii 20c.
Our fiM-xt Slilpmeiil of CltlCSCA I'ANOV (JOOI)S Huh An IviiI, ('nil mill See Tlieiu,
Schief felin's Sanitary Grocery
AT Xlllfl
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TONKIIIT
"WIIISN VOtMll .MIU?IS VOIM'U"
KiiliMii. A wimluui Hlory, a plnnH
Hilt unit IiiIi'iokIImk play ot liinth
oil) lusn.
"AI.K,I,I 11(11 HTONO" KHNamiy.
AiiKiintim Carney lu hltt faiuoiiH
creatloii of Alkali Ike linn never
appeared to fiiiiiilur advnulaKu
tliiiu lu thin etnver ruiiiedy dot of
tulith.
Tins iioiisi; 'ininvns" ratlin.
One ot tlumo faorlto Miwteiu
dramuH.
"AX I.VI'IIIIXATIONAIi HOMANCi:'
--Hellit. A pln(ureHiiio tale of
love, IntrlKUo and a woman' do
olloii. Ml vi Wiiohtiiilli nt piano
ChaiiKo ot procram every Sunday,
Tilemlny, Thumdny and Snturd.'iy, ,
I'rtre Alunyn the Same, no ii4 tut
IS IS
THEATRE
Vnudi'vlllit nod l'tiotoplny
tiii: Mt'sicAi. iu:vri,i:vs
Marlmlia Xlnphonn roIoInIm play
Iiik the InrRiHit luntruuient of It kind
In the world.
TONIOIIT
I I'lU'M'ltlt HUMS t
Wo nro today featuring a thrllllm:
KellK Mxt (ili'lurn,
"i in: sntrni.t: or i'.Tir
KvuMitlnnitl, newule, h'elarulnr
"CUXTKAI, I'AICH, X. V."
Diwcrlptlvo
"linn s.rxHuits' sAntinnr
WtMioru iiielodniiuu
"I'AYINO Till: IIOAIII) 1111,1."
ItlpronrliiK Knlein poiikhI)'
Special Matlno Saturday nnd dun
day, Mntliiiu prlreii, 0 and 10 cent.
flood Mimic
co.mixo ii!.riiti: vnoim'iavs
Till'. I.ION TAMKIl'H HUVKyoiJ
IK'c 17th, I.Stli. IPth
I'eaturliiK 20 roarltiK Hoiih 2 reel.
rim: at si:a
Dee 20th and 21nl
Sroulo Hirrtncuhtr Honnatlnnal
STAR
THEATRE
I'mler direction I'eoplo'a Aiuiinii.
ineiit Co,
Wo lead, others follow.
Havo you hoard ChurlcH U. Colby,
tho popular vetitrlloiiulHt? If you
haven't, you hotter como down to
tho Star, wliern
Mil. COMIV .Vi CO.
I'reHeutn the hlKKcit niielly net. of
tho HiiaMon, It'H u Iouk, lliiKorlui;
IuiikIi throughout,
C 111(1 IMIOTOI'I.AYR R
"OIIAHITV"
It'll a great Thauhoiucr drama
MACK, THU WINDOW CMJAXIIH"
Home comedy , -
"AT TIIIJ I'HOXK"
luteiiHoly dramatln
"flltAXHI'ATIIIIIffi (,'I.OCK"
Ileal IuiikIi producer
"TOO MUCH MOTIIi:iMX-I(AWM
(let lu on thlH, II'h u hummer
l'OHUIttiT ANI WOOMVOHTII
Thu Hngtlmo Wlzarda
llatlnuus Dally 2 to C p, m,
ADMISSION. 5o AND 10c
M)OIC
LOOK
LOOK
Coming
'.MOTH IX T11K ITAMK"
An lutoimoly dramatlo throo-rool
pictorial vomlou doplctliiR thin fain
on it ndni;o, I.ove, hatred, Jonluuay,
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