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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFOKD, ORKflOX, SATURDAY. DRCTOMBEB 11, 1012.
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HIS LOST SON
To (lift cll(6f : I lmvn a noil, Ifthart
H. Itftrtntt, uliii vM ill Mfilfonl Hip
Inttof pnrl of lnnl Aucuxt mul wrote
mo (wnilMtdht from tlit-re, nml lelllhjjj
mo io wrifo liitii there to the jcnprrtl
delivery. I hnvo written n number
of fllor to him hhd llloy lmvn nil .
been returned unopened. IIo does
iiot write nny tnaro, mid 1 mu moxt
nnxiotm to cl In cmnmuuipntinii wit1'
hlm. 1 nm n iipwjspnjvcr ninn myself
nriw working lu this office, nnd S
you enn help me to jet in eonimnnt
ration with my son 1 will grentlj np-
preeinto your kinditeM. If you would
inner t it xhort noilco in your ooliunns
Htiltliftf tllefle filMx niid inking him
tfT-writn nnd glvo more explicit direc
tions, nnd nsk other pnH?r In copy
it, it might reach him. I um willinir
to pn.v for the; nniico it yoti will semi
mo your hill.
J. V. RAHTOX.
Ilnrtlcy, Neli., Dee. S), Ittl'J.
The Dally Hint from VmIh.
XfeV YORK, Dee. U. To innke
the icnniuj;up of the American
stngo. nntion-wide crundc, members
of the National Cnlliolie theater
moveiuenl nre today nehedub'tl to
hold n meeting hero nt the residence
of Hnrdiiinl Fnrley who will preside.
The Nntionnl Cntholic influence w
to be coneentrnted firt in New York,
where plnyn censured by the move
inent will not find Cntholic audience
nnywherc in the country.
The plan is npproved by Cardinal
Gibbons of llnltimnr nnd O'Counell
of Doston; Archbifdiop Kiordnn of
Son Krnnciseo, nnd the bi-hops of
Newnrk, Sioux City Richmond and
Mrs. Caroline Kllzabcth Damon
died at her home on South Rherslde
Friday night about 12 o'clock. She
wa 70 yea" ' at the time of her
death and had lived In the Rogue
niver valley for over twenty-five
years, being well Jtnown among the
old residents. Slio U survived by
two ions, L. L. Damon of Mod ford
nnd M. M. Damon of Orovlllc. Cat.
Tho announcement of the funeral
will bo inado later.
The concrete foumlntlon nnd hn"e
mcut floor for the new warehouse on
South Front utrcet U nenrly corn
'pleted. The foundation, of bixeinclit
wnil, nre nil in Up to street leel lull
thee nrri nil io he built of concrete
four feet nbovo the street. V. II.
Mniilllv luH the concrete work ihiii
tmct. Thi buildiitjj i lielujt put up by
the Medford Renliy niid ItnpnneiuMit
compnny, Chni. liebo, mntiiir. It
U 70x1(10 feet in sue niid ull h
four stories hhjh, ineludinc the lme.
incut. The three, nhove )roiliid lor
ies nw to be of brick with Kniuite
trimmlnjr nnd the work of Invllu:
brick will commence jul iim somi n
the concrete work U commenced. S.
CluldeiN luix the brick woik font met.
I'M Cfynfcl. Itl.. r KtMk!.
KxllHlt Crn,. ''. " Vtrk ll.f.li CorafUf.
On ot tht itatcn'j chsncfubt tarrm
cuaI. hivlnc embroh1rrrl ppl!l bandi
nj curOfvl putttJ Julm? nt tb tuatvrlU.
1'ORTI.ANn, Ore., Dec. 14 Jacob
Kiiniin, I'orllnnd, Snu Kmiun-eo'miU
lionnire, veteran tenmhip uinpuntt'
nnd pioneer, died nt ln home here
todny after a prnloiiard illne.
Oenth wiih due to the mviiKcs of old
nge, Knmm heiiic S!t yeni of :ijp.
III! wife whom he married over fifty
cuin ngi in I'orllnnd wn with him
at the cud.
Kamm wns born in Switzerland,
December V2. 1S:I, and eaiuo to
America when fight yearn of age.
With iniinv other he joined the pld
rusli to Cnlifornin, but instead of
inininp, look to tenmhontiu? on the
Snerameiito river. In 1S00 he helped
nrnuizo the Oreon Steam Nnvipi
tiou roniKiny, the prvdeec-or of
the O. R. mul N. comptuiy and in
180'J aided in the coutriiclion tif the
Celilo ortaj:e riiilrond, the firt in
the tute. ,
Uk San Fnuipieo property con
fits of two lot on either ide of
.Market street in the heart of hc
busiueK di-triet, their total vAtuu
being .! ,000,(11)0.
An effort Is now on fodt to or
ganise all tho colored notel worker
of WashlnRtn, I). C.
Sumner Honored in New Florida Home
"Tho Hay of Sarasota" a weekly
newspaper published at Sarasota.
Florida, contains In tho last Issuo an
account ot the election of W. A. Sum
ner, formerly of Medford, as presi
dent of tjie Sarasotsi Hoard of Trade.
Mr. Sumner li well known here, hav
ing for several years directed Invest
ments for the Potter Palmer estate
nnd managed local properties. lie
la, now engaged In developing a 100,
OPO aero fract In Florida for the Taf
iners. Mr. Sumner has turned boomer
for Saraaofa and tho Florida country
as Indicated by tho following from
the Sarasota paper:
V. A. Sumner, tho now president,
lu what you might call a solid citizen.
lie has very decided views about
things, and Is a firm believer In the
tfieory that It Is moro Important to
go and do things than to merely talk
about them. Therefore ho doesn't
do much talking. Ho has a strangle
hold on that recognized necebsary ad
junct to successful leadership Bll
ence. When ho docs talk, he arranges the
crux ot tho matter In n few well
chosen words, and usunlly that Is
"Ho Is u man of well-rounded pro
portions, nnd a severo cast of coun
tenance. He looks like a 'watch-dog
of tho treasury," ready to blto a
piece out of any person venturing to
cnKt aspersions or opaquo reflections.
"Let 601)10 Important discussion
come up, bow oyer, about the futuro
of Sarasota! ImporUnt enough to
Justify a few remarks at the exponso
ot a long and effective silence, while
others wura saying things and tho
real Sumner shines forth, Ills fa to
beams, radiates, exudes smiles. Ills
volte mellows to that low vibrating
quuijty common to Iovlth flouting
wltli tho stream In fur-off Italy as
they toll each other of tho fireat emo
tion as tho gondola glides through en
chanting canals tinted In tho glow
lug colors of love's young dream. Ills
themo is Sarasota and consequently
ho IsJ speaking out of the warm lm
pulses ot hlB heart.
The severe business strugglo with
Indifferent labor, tho bunion of pro
ducing rcsultH from a million-dollar
Investment In lund never occupied
elnao the Seiuluolo Indians retreatci't
front tho whlto plague tho men of
brains and bullota and whlto skins,
whcTdied and advanced, died and ad
vanced, unconquerable, supreme are
forgotten and Ho fovebrln tho facts
and figures which oven n child can
understand, which show that Sarasota
Ik IT. When he gets through and
It only occupies u few raluutes you
nro aware that It Is beyond the realms
of possibility and a posltu Insult to
human Intelligence to presume that
by any possible computation human
progress can get areund: through or
over Sarasota without making of it a
great elty. When he gets through
talking along this line if there Is a
dog in the room it will go up and lick
his hand, and if there is an unfortu
nate near he will touch him for a
"Ve tried to get his photograph for
this edition, but he norer had one
takn. He spent thirty years In De
troit, Mich., twenty years In Chicago
and fho years on tho Pacific coast,
but never saw any scenery ho wished
to havo his countenance associated
"When Mrs, Potter Palmer decided
to purchase 100,000 acres of land in
Manateo county, Florida, she was
awaro that sho did not need a hun
dred thousand acres ot land for )ier
"She, however, hnd a very high
ideal of what was duo her country
by tho possessors of great wealth. In
fact, It is a very great mistake on
the-part of the unthinking to assume
thnt they nlono havo the true Ameri
can spirit. No patriot ever con
ceived a moro worthy Idea for tho
welfare of the citizens of this nation
than has Mrs. Potter Palmer when
she determined to mako fertile these
vacant lauds, and to populate a sec
tion of her country necessitating, tho
expenditure of great sums ot money.
She hopes to live to eo this section
of tho coast of Florida como into Its
own as the greatest, most desirable
winter residence, for peoplo who havo
means to get away from the rigors
of a northern winter and uppreclato
tho sciences of ugrlculturo and horti
culture more than juere Idleness.
"Sluco tho death or the great plant
nothing has given moro encourage
ment to tho West'Coast ot Florida
than tho advent of Mrs, Potter Pal
mer, "Mr. Stunner, therefore, ftels that
Sarasota hus to mako good and au
president of tho Hoard of Tradoho
will be n power for good In nil lines
BROUGHT 10 TRIAL
WASHINGTON. Dee. II. -The
intcrMnto commerce cmiituUsiou or
derod today that ecr Mate expire
carrying company in the eonntrx
Mihmit before February 1 complete
statement of htidnc on cortni t
dcMgnnled day, and how cause be
fore Hint date why the eouimi-lnn fi
low rate-, recenlU submitted Miould
not he declared effect e.
COUNTY SEAT WAR
NEEDS STATE MILITIA
Ml'SlCOC.nR. Okla , Dec H.- The
controversy over the poisvsstou of
records of Delaware county, Okla
homa, nnd to determine whether old
Jay or new Jay is the couuty seat
will reach a crisis Monday, accord
lug to Information received here to
night. Sheriff Thomason snt a telegram
lo Governor Cruce making a final
appeal for state troops. The sheriff
Informed the governor ho would re-
niovo the rounty records from idd
Jay to new Jay Monday, and the
governor should liavo tho nillltla
thcro to maintain order.
"Otherwlso it will be Impossible
to prevent bloodshed," the sheriff
added. Seventy-five men with rifles
aro guarding the records at old Jay.
At new Jay at the courthouso nro
about forty amied men.
OMAHA, Nob., Dee 1 1 Replying
lo Hie recent dciiuneintiou of hlm by
Chairman F.'hclumn of the Cnlll'.ii'.
ula railroad comiujsMou, William
Sproule, president of I he Southern
l'nrlfio comimnv who ts today ei,
mute to New York with other ol'll-
ciaN of (ho llarriman sy-loni cu.
. Aiiprriiie coin I, ilcclurcil KuchclniaiiU
'rttuti'iiu'ith to he iiiijntt.
"Mr. F.Melu'lmnn hns token nnh
one paragraph of my Htnleinrn,''
.until Spronlc, "and hnxet liN erillclmn
I'upou Hint. It Ih miicIi iniHrciircNciil.t
llrii an lid that inukcH I) utmost Im
possible for iuIIimiuIh io secure J,h
lice." lvdielinuu tool; exception to
Hproule'n rvinnik that for every dol
lar taken out of San Francisco tho
Southern Pacifin spoil! .ft.tl) and
wcie Kivatlv hampered hv legislation,
'Pin ragpicker of New York City
have been orennlted Into n union
cernliii; the recent dcinion of .he' during November
There is a remarkable interest
in Home Baking and Cooking
throughout the land.
This is a most encouraging in
dication that the battle against
impure, improper food is going
to be won.
The credit for the victory will
belong to the "tvomon of the
Home cooking has tho backing
of science and the approval of
f ashion It adds to housekeeping a
pride; to our food, healthfulness.
It is acknowledged by experts,
and by the women who know,
that the best cooking in the
world to-day is with the aid of
Royal Baking Powder.
20 Reduction on
On ui'fount of improved niethotls f. iiinmiinuturc the price of
Mnztfft Tiuijttc.n Lamps lias ht'fli reduced as follews:
' in Candle Old New
i Walts Power Trice Prido ;
15 . 12 50' ''.10 ' i
20 16 .50 .40 t
25 20 .50 .40
X.' 40 32 ' .55 .45
GO 48 . .75 .00 ' '
' 100 80 1.10 .00 .
The old style carbon type 1(5 candle ,powor lump, uses 5IJ watts
per hour. The new Tungsten lamp of the same candle powqi'
uses ONLY 20 WATTS PFJf HOUR. :' ...i
You can save money on your light hills hy ii.stn 'PiuiHfolrlniiii.H.
216 West Main Street.
It takes Jive different jied wliiskicn to innku Cyrus N
Noble ench one ooil ii itself. J3ti t: it lakes
blending and re-aneinjj to bring out the best in
eaeh-to "round Out" the flavor.
Why punish yourself with rnuiih. lilh-nmnf, stroriK
wliNkry when you i-nn nri fjrii1 Nuhlr c( iIhtc?
W. J, Vim Bchuyver A 0o., Ouncral Agontn, Portland.
do not take
Substitutes or Imitations
GetthoWcll-Known IJADI lliT'C
Hound Fnokaflo llllflLlvil 3
Mkde In the largest, best
equipped and snriltary IVInltd
Milk plant In the world
Wo do not niUc"milk producta"
Skim Milk, Condensed Milk, etc.
nm tho Oriffinul-Gvnuino
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK
Mfldo from pure, full-crctun mi tit
uml tltu extract of mIccI limited (ruiii,
reduced to powder form, tiultibto hi
water. Tlio FoutNdriuU for All A ilea.
MTASK FOR "HORLICK'S"
Used All over the Globe
The moat economical ami iwurhhlnu light lunch.
- .&. mM L. aA . -
I iflaYt i
VSO AMO ThtVTllfiSJ
".''O.UW MILK1 NCC
YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
IF YOU BUY PAGE FENCE
THE PRICE OF OTHER FENCE IS ADVANCING
BUT THE PRICE OF PAGE FENCE
REMAINS THE SAME
it zrzrz s 6Cr ru i..j"J' 1 .
M!ililJLi2lfl2iiE113E 0 ,
Wt! cjiii supply you with anylhiuy in tho I'oihm' liiu,
or will I'oiiti'act o fonco your farm couiplclo.'
l.cl ii.s nuif with you.,
Gaddis ( Dixon
"THE PAGE FENCE MEN"
134 N. Rlvorsido Ave Medford, Oregon
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY EXCURSION
f 0oiJNsr.T m
I i W OUT 113
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I ROUND TRIP FARES:
Ornntrt I'nHd mul ItoKnn Ulvor $30.00
Jiohi mu ;irno
.ii - -, iio.rio
.MmirorJ, IMiouiiIx, Talent nml AbIiIuiiiI aii.UO
SPECIAL TRAIN SCHEDULE -
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I.ciiv(i ItoKiui lllvor ai. 'Ill p. In. Phoenix .. . :i :i n p. in,
i.eavo (it)iii mu a sbo p. iii. Tniiwit .. :i s n :i p. m.
I.ouvo Contrrtl I'olnt a:31 p. pi. Aulilmul -l:U0 p. in,
Arrive nt Han Francisco 1: 10 p. m, noxt iluy, In tlmu for
San Francisco's New Yoaf Colouration
Stopu Mouth of Hnn Krnncliiro run ho Hindu nt Oof Mnnto, Hnnta
Omz, I'iiho ItohloH lot Spring anil Hnnlii llitrlmrn. Krom I.oh Aii
ucihiH trip to I.oiik Hunch, I'nHiuIonn, Hniiln Monica, Ontrluh Karin.
Alt. I.owo, tho OrniiKO (irov6n, Cntullim IhIuiiiI, olo,
I-'or full iurtrularn, rrBorvntloim nml lipiiutlfiilly lliitstratod
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