Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, January 08, 1913, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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MKDKOHO 1'ltlNTINO CO.
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cm nrrsnnlnn, Tim Astiliunt TiIImiiip. '
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inure mnii irimmo nuiimne, z5.27.33
ohh Kir street; phone, Mnln 3021,
OnOnaK PUTNAM. IMltor and MannRer
B1
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Kntrrril n .(coihI-cIum mnttrr nt
Matron).. nrpRon, under llio net of
Msrcli , ip.
Offlrlnl IMiht of tlm OHV of Med rent.
Official I'niwr of Jnckunn Cminty.
BUBBCRirriOK KATES.
Onj yrnrr by mall..
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lvr nifiiitn,
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rafrlrr In
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Jacksonville nnil I'm-
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FnluiMsy only. liv'tVinil.
Wf$My. r yenr.
SO
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per wir
SWORN CUtCU&ATXOH.
Dslly nvenipp fnr rleten months oml
Init Novrmlxr 20. mil, s;ji.
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Mnll Trillium In nn knlu nt ll.o
VT NVlVM Utfltwt K.,t. IVan.l.Mi
INirllniiil llotrt News Slum!. lortlaml.
I'orllliml NVvn Co. l'ortlnmt. Ore.
W, O. Whllner. Hwilc Wash
mil X.aird Wlr Unlttd Press
DttPAtChtl.
MEDrORD. OREdOtf.
Metropolis of Southcrit oroRtm nml
Northern Cnllfnpila. nml tlio fastest
Kinwliiii city In OrvRnn.
IMuilntloi it. S. rt-nmii 1910 SStO:
estlmntoil. 191: ln.000.
FIVo liundrnt tlioitwiml tlollnr Gravity
Wnlrr Hynlfin cinplitrf1. kIiiiir rinrnt
nupply mire mountain water, nnd 17.5
uillc. of Ktntli" pnwil.
Poniofflt itxjeliitu for yenr ending
NovoinNr 30. 1911. show litcrrano of 19
inr cent.
ilMiiiuT fruit ctty In Orvsen
ItlVPr HiilizMilieri: iipplts won
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MWl-Cll-
fllHKl'ff eilX. llllll lllil 1l
"Auplt Xlnjr or tli -Woria"
nt lln National AlUilf Show. ttwkaue,
1909, ulul il Var .f Nrwltiania v,in
rirnt rrlca In 1910
nt Ctinnitlnit ' Inttmiitlonnl Apple liow,
ViimsmuT. n. t,
rint rrlza in 1311
At Kmknno Ntitlonnl Apple Miow won
tiy rurlcml of Nrwlonii.
llopti.. Itlver ix-.ira lmmslit Iilln Kt
lrrr In Ml market i uf tlio orlil Uur
IliC 111" pant xU ycurx
J
THEN KILLS SELF
A
LOS AX(-:MS. OiiI . Jan. S. Af
ter a quarrel that had its origin In
tlio temporary separation of himself
mid his wife, Oeorgo Unitnflcld, 35.
today cut the throat of his son, Sher
man Urttmflcld, 22, and then killed
himself by cutting his throat. The
younger Ilrnmtlcld was taken to a
hospltnt where It was stated ho had
a chance to recover.
According to the police George
nrtiinflcld and Ills wife quarreled
several days ago and tho woman left
her homo. The son Is alleged to
have called his father to task for the
separation and the men are re
ported to have quarrelled throughout
the night Jn their apartments In the
south end.
At daylight today sounds of scuff
ling .and falling furniture In tho
Urumflold apartment aroused neigh
horn and police wcro called. When
the doors were broken down, younj
Ilrumflcld lay gasping for breath, his
throat gaplni; from a four-Inch slit.
The father lay on the opposite side
of the room, his own head almost
bevered and a dripping razor In his
hand.
The room was a shambles. Walls
and furniture were blood-spattcrcd.
The bodies of both men wero bathed
in bood and tho rugs wcro soaked.
It was evident that tho younger man
had mado a terrlblo struggle for his
life before he was overpqwerotl,
Kffortu by tho poliro today to find
Mra. Urumfleld m.to fruitless.
liHKLIN, .Inn. K About lKc tliou
hiuiil eliililrijii iii llei'liii ure known lo
go to school liiv.il.lullc-ri mnl linn
P'y uml it i- believed here today Hint
live tlioiihunil mine hungry eliililion
try to nliliti.it kiiim ledge ttitli their
hlmiiuulii, glliiwcjl wiili linnxpr, liul
iliuy ure (mi iiouil to iiiuke il known.
Tlii i-i liu piu'leiii which the mu
nicipal niilhoiiliiw of Oivnlur lluiliu
itru trying to holve. Tiitotigli the
elforU of the municipality, 0,.'l.5(
I'lnjdreii lnt nioulli were iioiileil
willi bieakfiiht hul'oie Ntiirliu fur
heliool mnl yyro herveil u wnnii
luncheon u.s well,
COLLIN'S ART STORE
CHANGES HANDS
The Collins Art store, consisting
of u 2300 stock, was recently pur
chased by I). S. Wood nnd sou. Mr.
Woqd was formerly of the. eaat, but
ha beon located In Medford for tho
past threo years and has represented
uu eastern photo company, which
doej very good work In all kinds of
enlarging and pillow top work. In
connection with tho art utore, Mr.
AVpqd will still remain as an agent
for tho company and the work can
bo had at tho store, whore it will be
framed If desired. All work Is guar
anteed and Mr. Wood and hoii re
quests their patrpua, o call nnd acq
tJcim Ju thojr uow' home-,
CUTS SON'S THROA
AFTER
QUARREUBULD
BREAKFASTLESS
oig
I ccc
OUR SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE.
Ul T was I'oltU'r in the inuch-buonU'd salubrious region or
A southorn Orogtin during the frigitl wave just passed
titan it was horo in Eugene. The olTieial temperature
Jvoord is authority tor this statement."
This from the envious lOugene (luard.
Yes it is a little colder in Med ford during the winter
time than it is in Eugene. That's. why' it's healthier.
That's why it is possible to grow the perfect apple and the
perfect pear for which frost seems just as essential as
sunshine. - n
The seasons arc sharper marked in the Rogue River
valley than in the 'Willamette. The rainfall, 27 inches as
against f2 inches, is about one-half. There are many more
sunshiny , bright days. The altitude is higher, the air
erisper and more spievr-not only more salubrious, but
more delightful.
The mountain atmosphere makes the percentage of
humidity in the Rogue. Kivor valley lower than in the Wil
lamette valley. The thermometer may read a trifle higher
m summer and a trifle lower in winter, but the heat is not
as stifling and the cold is not as penetrating due to the
humidity.
During the recent cold wave, Bedford experienced the
lowest temperature in 24 years. It actually dropped to 10
degrees above zero. IBut the davs were britrlit and sun
shiny, the air bracing and
life. At the samo time, the thermometer at luugcne stood
a few degrees higher and the greater humiditv made the
cold more penetrating.
Sunshine, no matter how cold the weather, is prefciv
able to clammy fog and dreary drizzle. We'll take the
Rogue River valley climate every time, in preference to
mar or any otiicr region in the country and we havo tried
them all. You feel bully the year around.
The following is the official record of the temperature
at .Medford for the past 2', veal's. Can you beat it'
Jim. loo. Mar. Apr. .May
Menu of
Maximum
Mem of
Mlhlmmii
VYcracu
Itulufiill
50
ro
SO ,1'J
4.73 4.K
:
.18
11
1.20 1.72
Totul average rainfall 27.2 1 Inches.
10
KILL SELF IN
!
1.03 AXOPLKS. Cal., Jan. S
Combining humor and a marvelous
Ingenuity with his desire to kill him
self, O. I). Comber constructed ti
box fashioned to fit over his head
and closely about his shoulders
printed neatly pn the cover "patent
applied for" attached the arrange
ment by means of a rubber tube a
gas jet the cock of which was con
trolled by an alarm clock arrange-
ment set to go off nt midnight and
l.ii i1nun In .lie
Tho clock's alarm,
which jangled
simultaneously with the -turning on
of tho gas, aroused other lodgers In
the house, many of whom rushed to
Comber's room. They found the
man dead with the box on his shoul
ders. There was no gas In the room,
although there was sufficient In the
box to Kill soyeral men.
T
SACItAMKXTO. Cal , Jan. $. De
llevlng that Japan has kept its
agreement respecting Immigration,
democratic legislators today arc dis
cussing u proposal that an unofficial
appeal be made to the United States
w.n to department to bound Japan on
the subject of whether that country
would ontor a "geiilluiugn'K agree
ment" to prevent Japanese subject
from purchasing land In California,
until nftor the Panama Pacific expo
sition, utter which time uu effort
would bo mado to draw nu alien land
Mil which Would put nil aliens on the
same liasls,
Tho duiiiouratlo legislators, upon
whuui the burden of refraining from
Introducing an alien law has been
thrown, Iiuvq called auothor meeting
for Thursday night, nt which the
gentlemen's agreement solution Will
be discussed.
1UTTSUUKU, Jan. 8. As a result
of last night' heavy rnlus, one of tho
most daiuagliig floods ever suffered
In this section Is predicted for tomor
row. All points along tho Ohio river
have been warned o prepare for
lush water. It is experted that tho
river at Wheeling, W. Va., will reach
n btnge of forty feet.
FRANK MILLER CHAIRMAN
PF 'CpMMjSSlON' IN
I93
SAMttf. Ore., Jim. 8. The hlnto
railway eommir.xiou organized for the
new liieuiiinl pcrioil yetenliiy li.v elect
ing I'l'iiiiU .1. .Miller e)iitiiiini, xiie-
tliii' C'litiirwiiu Clve U. Ailvliiaon,
BOX
AGREMEN
MTCPEORI) MATTi TRTnUNTU,
exhilarating a real elixer of
.itino July Auk. Son. Oct. N'ov
l)oo.
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4S
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KLAMATH FALLS. Ore., Jan. S.
Replying to the findings of the
county grand Jury. Judge W. S. Wbr
den has Issued a public statement,
In which he announces that ho will
give the court's vlow of every ono of
the charges.
He admits that the methods cm
ployed by tho county In keeping
books are obso!ct ami should he re
placed by more modern ones. He
.states that this was attempted when
t. n... ....... a... -. S. .,... ..... .a... I...
be first went Into office, but that ho
was pilvUnl by ho district attornoy
that the old method was according
to Uv nut could u:t be sidetracked
without an act of the legislature.
Judge Wordeu does not make a
definite reply to any of the specific
charges mnde by the grand Jury, but
promise to explain everything In
future communication. In tho mean
time he ask the taxpayers of the
county to hold tholr Judgment In
abeyance.
If, however, after the facts have
been presented by both shies, the
people of tho county express a dc
lre that he shall retlro from the
bench, he will tender his resignation
so that souio other man may be de
lected to carry out the work under
taken. The county court has decided lo
sell tho old courthouse site, plan
for this will bo devised at once and
the ground will be cut Into lots and
sold. This Is in accorduiit'O with the
wish of n majority of those who
answered tho letter sent out by the
qotirt to ascertnlti the seiitlmuiit of
the tuxpayera of ho county.
Tho uow- courthouse Is to ho
rushed to completion just as soon au
weather will permit. Material Is be
ing placed on tho ground and till of
the steel work Is now practically
completed.
WOMEN HELP IN
SAVING ORCHARDS
POMONA, (u!., Jim. 8. Women of
the I'omoiiu alley have gone lulu
(he on-liiirltt with the men lo lire
uml retill the meiiHy Muuguota ltn -
iii' lliyjmht few night", tint pnrtiei
pat in;,' in the heroic light to hiivo the
orange crop which will he continued
ijiitil iiiiruiul condition me rentorctl.
Kiieoiiriigiiiir report mo eoiniu in
today from the growein indicating
that more thnu wiih Mippoxctl t-uved
their fruit by Miiiulgitig, Il will he u
week or more, however, before uu
accurate cMimuto can he made of the
damage.
John A. Perl
Undertaker
2 s. iiAii'riiirrr
Phone M. 171 mid '17.1
Ambulance Servlco Deputy Coroner
WOMEN REPLIES
TO HIS ACCUSER
MEDFORD, OKTCGOff. WEDNESDAY, .TANtT.VliY 8. 101.'),
Our Correspondents
AGLE POINT EAGLETS.
(Hy A. O, llowlntt.)
W, J, Cuff ecu and wife nml Mltw
Kuln lliiMtln of Iahik Hrntieh, who
went to Modtord to spend the holi
days with friend ami relative, came
out on the I'. A K. Inst Ktlday ami
took tho K. l and PersUt hIuko for
their homes. Mr. and Mr, t'offoen
have taken a humesteail In that ee
tlou nml Minn llimtln I a daughter
of William IIiiHtln vhoie father wet
tied In an early day lit upper Sam
valley and I now living on Long
Uranch with his bdii Jark lluetln. a
hale and hearty man of nearly nine
ty years of nge. lie think that
Jackson county I a sood place t"
live.
M. Ilornbuckle who has been liv
ing on the II. U. Trunson place, has
moved to Medford.
MIks Alma Gould who Is teaching
in tho Lake creek district was a
pleasant caller nt the Sunny Side on
her way from Medford, where he had
been spending the holidays, to l.ako
creek to resume her work last Mon
day, the Oth.
W. 11. Craudntl and hi two sis
ters. Mr. X. M. Thomn and MIh
Cora Cratulull were business Visitor
u town Friday. Mr. CrnmhiU re
port tho death of Judge Carpenter
of Portland, n particular friend nnd
during tho Biitnniiir a uonr neighbor.
lie died ery Miiddenly at his homo
lit Portland.
It. 11. Mlutur. the sheep mint, was
In town a few mliiule Saturday ono
business.
Kd lllglnbolham tho road super
visor on Dig Unite returned from
JuekHottvllle Saturday evening upent
the night at the Smtny Sldu nnd the
next morning Mturtcd for home n he
said that tho suow mount to "Im ride,
father and feed cattle as he had hut
a few of hi up.
J. S. Quaokuiiliusher, superintend
ent of the Corblu orchard wa In
town Saturday with n load of flno
apples, supplying the local market.
Billow springs twiglets?
Mr. Doiiiiy. now r Med foul,
out la-t Tueilny ti-iting friend-
wet
inn'
iuK.'etiiig his proprrl.
At the meeting uf tlie MnrkhoMer
of the rijnueis' telephone line Nn. 1 1,
the following officer were elected
I). W. Stone, president. Juliu llerk
Imltx, vice nre-Rleiit. nml tMenr
Illnekford, -eerelnry nnd treii-urer.
Al-o nu additional jmiuher of -hiire
were added, mauins thirty on tlii-
line.1' I). W. Slniie and lot. Minis
were npjHiinteil n repreenliitive to
the miniial telephone meeting in Cen
tral Point.
Jtnlph Demi Mini family Here Sun
day dinner giu-cU of II. J. Taylor mid
wife.
The ihnnnoiuuler reitereil nine
teeii above .iHifiutry .", on Scenie
iiMmue.
"The flood ItuniW AiMieiuthiu" met
Jim. .' for the Mjrpo;o of iiiloptiug
the ciit.tituti4it. ltoulti- hnve nl
teiuly been .-hown oinve tlii" irgnn
ijr.nl inn wa tunned.
Omiige No. 177 will hold their
regulur imicliiiK Siitiirduy. Jmi. 11,
l!U:i. Iiinttilhitiiiu of ollieeiH mnl
initialing of ciiudiilutoo.
The Tolo, Seven Ouk. uml I'eiitnil
Point telephinie Hue met at V.. T.
Ni'iiI'n ieiih'iiee uml eleclj'il the fol
lowing otfieen. Im the eiihiiiii yeur:
K. T. Neul, pro.ideiit ; ll' NiehoU.
vice president ; (coi;e Uheiiehiim,
hci-rctury, uml Sinn Anderson, licu--nrer.
John Siht mnl L. M. !--. I). .
Kloue ami II. J, Tnylor iln.w to
.Medl'iilil one 1 1 1 hi week to titiun.
net Ijiiiiich.
New Year' eve .Mr. uml ill-- I).
W. Sloije were gticol til the Hun-et
Mieiely lit Hie llolluptl Hole).
E. D. Weston
Official Photographer of tho
Medford Commercial Club
Amateur Finishing
Pout Canls
Portraits
Interior and exterior views
.Flash lights
Negatives made anv time
and any place by appoint"
incut.
Th?pg Em Qffiy Onm
"Bromo
That is
Laxative Brqmo Quinine
vszp the wpwo oyen to cups A,pqf-a fft mffe opr.
Always lemembcr tho full name. Look j( fflf &t
for this wlj.jintuid mi every box. lifio. f '.trvrtJ!V
Ill
CENTRAL POINT ITEMS.
It. II, Kllsworth ha returned
front a holiday trip to California.
Mr, and Mr. Henry Faritum left
TuoHilav morning on a trip to San
Francisco, !. Angele und other
Southern Cnllfornla eltlo.
John (Itleve left Tuesday afternoon
for London, Canada, hi old homo
where the surviving brothers and sis
ters will hold a reunion. Ho ex
pects to return In March.
Mr. Kniuuv llehb, Mis Sarah llolib,
Mrs. Waue LecNcr. Itev. Ilruiik and
Mr. ami Mr. I). MeKellopp' were af
ternoon visitor Tuesday to Medford
from this vicinity.
City council met Monday lit regu
lar January meeting. Hills wero al
lowed and council adjourned until
February meeting.
Mr. and Mr. Loul J, (lay who
spent the holiday hero with rolu
tlvc have returned to tholr home In
Seattle.
Meilfonl A Conil Town,
Medford Is a mighty good town,
worthy of tho best of everything.
That's why wo havo Joined tho Amer
ican Drug and 1'roM association and
offer to oar people the Morltol Hue of
goods, guaranteed In oery way, with-
preparation, mado by tho nssucla-
Hon mid Kold only through Its iiioui-
her. Iliero I nothing like thottu
goods, guaranteed In every way, with
out an equal, made by expert. We
waul Medford people to have the
best there In, so we offer )ou this
line. Ask to see Merltol good at
tliittklu' Drug Store,
DECIDE YOURSELF
The Oppnttmilly Is Here. Haiked by
Medfmtl Tesllmiuiy
Duu't taku our word for It.
Don't depend on a stranger's atulu
munt. lted Meilford eudumemeiit.
Head the statements uf Medford
citizen.
And decide for yourself.
Here I one case of It:
A Hot. 130 Front street. Mud
ford, Ore.. ta: "I am just us will
ing to recommend Dunn's Kidney
Pills today as J wa In September,
107, when I publicly told of my ex
perience with them- I suffered from
kidney trouble for nt least five year
and ft time passed. I grew worw.
Sharp pains darted through the
small of my burl: ami suiuetltue the
attack were no ssvere that I could
hardly, stoop. At night my bark
nohod Intensely and aotiud sleep was
out of the question. Doing told to
try Doan' Kidney Pills, I got a sup
ply and they soon gave me relief."
For nale by all dealer. Pllco 50
c-nts. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Huffalo.
New York, sole agent for the Fulled
State.
Ilumejnber Jim nauio--DonuM
and take no other.
-H IHIIIIIIH KttWW
Luxury Without
Extrayaganco
Hotel
I Von Dorn
2V Turk Street
Finest popular priced
Hotel in Kan .Francisco
Modern Contral
1r4r4r1r
Ladies Only
I have leeched from New
York City a choice Hue or high
grade swltchcx.
Conic In ami malic your h
lection curly.
I can iimtcli your hair nml
fit your purse,
. .madami; HOOIH'; .
The Beauty Shop
::, .Iiiflisou County Hank llldh'.
(Over .Mann's Store)
,'v
Quinino"
tAlk$ on wjt'Mfif
lflfllMillim.
AiBfcrvf? nuLhP
are of Interest to everybody, hut es
pecially to those who are coutcniplat
tug some dental work for themselves
or one of the family. Whatever It
I you want done In tho line of high
class Dentistry como hero mid oti
will get every satisfaction, Wo nvo
experts, employ the best ami most
scientific methods in u jnodorn way,
and we chargo only reanonnbly,
Uuly Attendant.
DR. BARBER
Till: DUNTIST
MOTHERS, BUY
FOR YOUR CHILDREN
All lt'allu'PS
IMncU dp (tin. -Sizes
I lo it
"Shapo of tlio Foot"
Opposite Post Ori'ifu
Clark 6c Wright
LAWYERS
WtSHIXt.TON, D. c.
Public Uinl Mutters: Filial Pioof.
Desert Lauds, Content mid Mining
Casd. Scrip.
PLUMBING
Steam and Hot Wator '
x Heating
All Work (luiwttiiic!
l'ni s H.aiK.ii i i-i"
COFFEEN & PRICE
33 Kowsrd Block. Entrance on OtU tit.
Horn riion 319.
m
Mm
Uo Theatre
KENWORTHY STOCK COMPANY
TONIGHT
"STAOE STRUCK BUCK"
A :l-.et Kiirul Cnineily Dnitiiii
Spcciultlca
ADMISSION' 'J(K! HKSHIJVKI)
Doors Open ul 7:l.'i. ('iiiluii S:20
.Scuta nwrvcil Uy iiltoiie. JMS-' ilniii
llox office open I'nmi It Id f) p, hi.
Your Own
Price for a
Home
I must raise money to meet
ny contracts in a business
venture. To do it I will sac
rifice values for a sale on any
one of the three or four
houses in Medford,
BOX 495, MEDFORD
THEATRE
The Only Ileal Motion Picture Theater
In the City
Today nml Tonioii'nw An Fiim.mil
Pi'ouimu A "(toy Heo" Pontine
In Two IteeN
"III.OOD WILD TKLI,"
A slmv of tlio Civil war In which
a Southern boy shtliiliH from tho
whittling bullet, hut In a crlst thu
hlgod of hi fighting father hi aroused
In his vein, and ho goo through a
series of thrilling Incident during
marvelous srenea of 'warfare. A a
dramatic 'offering this film I superb,
An a senMilldmil feature It Is iiusiir-
painted.
A
THMPHHAJIHNTAI. Hl'SHAND"
A Itattllug Hood Comedy
"DLtlA THU ADVIINTltltiyS"
Desperate eiinulng versus energy
and evidence when tho woman's nn
ninskliiK I eiiiinliieut, Very con
lneliig. ,
u: iMMi'o.N's Titop.ni.us"
Scroaiu From Start to Finish
('A iCoy stone)
Its II
t'oinlng Feature
Die liiadei," ail uxeltlug
ami frontier life picture,
"Kaj-Huo" In 3 reel.
Jan. nth ami llth
Indian
It's u
Suruli Heiiiliiiidi In her grealesl suc
cess "guceii HIIiiIm Hi" Jan. 2Ulh mid
S tHt.
All JJ.VI'IIHH, llio Singer
"Host Musle add llffcctfi'
ADMISSION. Tic AND lOo
Million' Daii), - to r. p. m.
ISIS THEATRE
VAt'DHMLI.i:
Three Ladle Threo Ladles
THU CAMI'miLLS
Present
Tho Craekerjack Comedy Act
Kntltled
JHItl'SHA'S VISIT 'ID THU CITY
Photoplay Tuesday ami Wednesday,
viri ims or i'Ati:
DIA.YAN.V, l-'KANCi:
A.N INDIAN'S 1'Hlli.N'DSHIP
With (I. M. Andenton
, A DDCTOIt I'DIt A DAY
Between Acts
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