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rn Or(feWn, Tim Ashland Tribune,
6ffl Mall Tribune ttiilMltijr. 1.1-IMI
Horth I'lr atrcetj inlcpiinn ?&,
QJtOMClK PUTNAM, K.lltor ami Manager
KntareA aa second-clean maltr at
Mmlforri, Orffon, under tho not of
Mareh t, 187V.
Official,. PaPT of ths City or MetUonl.
OlflcUl Vapr of Jacknon Countr.
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On month, by mall-
A..- HH WW Mlt
I'er mtontli, delivered bjr cnrrlrr In
AiMicorn, jacasonviiie ana ven
tral roint ,.,., .SO
PatunUr only. Iiy mall, per year X.00
Wefkljr, per yur.
Dnlly averaga for lvn months end
Ins Novemtur 10. 1911. 171.
Tim Mall Tribune la on tale at the
Ferry Nawa Htaml. Ran Krancleo.
IMrtland Hotel Newa fitaml. I'ortland.
Portland Newa Co., Portland. Or.
W. O. Whitney. Hcattl. wh-
roll Xaad 'Wtra Unlwd Praaa
Metropolla of Southern Oregon and
Northern California, and tho faateat
gronlnir Pity In Orcon.
lopulatlon U. 8. eenaua 1910 1140;
estimated. 1 in.OOO.
JOLTS AND JINGLES
Ey Ad Brewn
Wlio Lnat 1IU llridc?
Lost nuekskin innro, wcirIid about
750, whilo star in forehead, wears
brido. Finder l-oturn nnd receive re
ward. Monihifj Paper.
Kver Soo n Rubber Vehicle?
The automobiles arc not on the road
now on neeount of. mud niul our
roads will never bo better till wo use
tho "steam roller." A Rrnvel rontf la
not good on horses feet nor tho tires
of any vehicle mndo of iron or rub
ber. Oakville Items In Albany Democrat-
Suggestions to Doc Page: Why not
plant a clirubinj; vino on tho cast
wall of that new theatre T
More rapidly than shifts the sea
sons in women's headgear changes
tho sports of boyhood. 'Together
day I saw n bunch of kids batting n
top for want of a baseball.
And speaking of top, do yon note
that tho boys of this benighted gen
eration spin them with tho points
downward? In the good old days,
any old fellow can tell you, tops
were spun, with tho points directed
over the right shoulder.
Tlicro is a fortune awaiting the
man who can, devise nn amusement
that wilf appeal: to tho 'bench that
has been attending tho Millar trial.
When troublo kind of gels your goat
And splits your joy in half
Jes' grit your Jcefh and quirk your
And laff -and laff and laff.
Fired at Itandom.
If laughter fails to do the trick
Jes' give your belt a jerk,
Fill up another hod with brick
And work and work and work.
Jf working doesn't do the trick
Or get you what yon wish
Repair to somo nico quiet crick
Aud fish and fish and fih.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
If all the plans laid down nbovo
Fall shy at turning tricks,
Why not lay off nt active work
And play at politics t
I CHURCH VS. SALOON 1
Sotno wcckB ngo one of the home
missionary societies in tho cast re
ceived from n mnn in western town
n request for a minister, and tho for
mation of a church there, promising
to aid in its support. Ho said he was
a saloonkeeper and a holder of prop,
crty in tho town, but ho found ho
could not sell his town lots because
thero was no church in tho town.
Did you ever hear of a minister
honding to n liquor trust asking for
teh establishment of a saloon in tho
town, because without a saloon the
lots were unsalable! Why not?
There is no question but that the
Influences of tho church and of the
saloon are antagonistic. The tend
ency of tho church is toward the
highest sooiiil and moral life of tho
town. The snloon lends to overthrow
that which is esteemed the purest and
tho best. Wo havo both with us here
in Medford. To which should wo give
ullegiunco und support! Neither can
flourish without tho support of a
goodly number of our citizens. On
which eido is your influence fellf It
is for us to say which shall dominate
II. J. PEKFIKLn.
John A. Perl
S8 8. H.UtTfjETT
IHioacs M. 471 an 478
AMlmUac SvrvlcA Deputy Coroner
LET U8 HAVE PEACE.
tin ir i tr
I'ounoll is riuht in lilnuiliitt Clt Attorney Houim iis
Iho prime trouble-innkor nntl cmiho of municipal disconli
and that hi.s removal mihr rcHtoro harmony. At any rate
tho experiment is worth trying and is sanctioned by the
Aoto at tiie special election last Saturday.
For five years Mr. Effort served as councilman, part
of the time as president of the city council. His relations
with his associates were in the main harmonious, lie ren
dered good service to tho community. Hence thero lias
been a great deal of disappointment and chagrin among
his friends over his courso as mayor, which is attributed
to his following bad advice.
The protection Mr. Hoggs has accorded to the notor
ious Royal rooming house, evidently in exchange for tes
timony, as indicated by the following letter, alone disqual
ifies him from tho position he holds. The letter reads:
March 21, 1913.
Mrs. .In Ha Jackson,
Koyal Koomlng Ilouso,
IC. Main Street,
There may bo ome effort to bother or Intimidate you on account of
your, testlmonr this a(Uunoou.taJt. anybody-makes ntiy Indication of doing
this, wo want you to report tho matter' Immediately to me, and 1 will see
mm juii nru nut unjustly uuihitvu.
Very truly yours.
o. e. noaos,
There are those who oppose Mr. Hoggs' removal on
iho ground that he should be continued in" office to make
tho Eifert administration still more unpopular and enable
recall proceedings to be started in July, when the six
months of office required shall have expired. Hut the
recall is only a last resort and should not be used if. pos-
siuic to avoid.
Recall elections are nasty affairs, and have an injur
ious effect upon the community, resulting in bitter fac
tional fights and leaving sores that are hard to heal. They
destroy the cooperative spirit and unity of the people and
should only be undertaken under extreme provocation.
The mayor and council should drop their personal dif
ferences and get together for the good they can do. Pig
headeducss. has no place in civic affairs.
(Contlnuod from page 3.)
of precept to get off the streets, but
wo gtvo them no wholesomo substi
tute at home or In community cen
ters. There must be some outlet for
seurplus energies from expression of
the Instinctlvo laws ior physical
achievement, somo opportunity for
Joy In the tree use of the child's
powers, physical and mental. It
would mean less difficulty with the
delinquent ana'tholawlcss. 'Give tho
whole child a normal experience and
ho will becomo a normal child.
Where can we help? In what di
rection can wo bo of service? These
are questions that wo need to ask
All Interested In this problem nro
invited to como and lend a voice to
NEW YORK. March 2S. That
feminine inevitability has arrived.
Milady's penchant for something tight
In tho matter of wearing apparel, af
ter hovering about tho waist lino for
years, then sinking to the knees, only
to drop clear to tho ankles within the
last year, has now gone to her head.
Wo have with us this spring the
Of course this name has not been
formally sanctioned by tho Ruo de la
Palx, or lower Fifth avenue, but
what's In a name? If you are plan
ning a spring creation you had host
consult your Jeweler and see If he can
supply you with a shoe horn and a
can-opener, to match your Ilp-stlck
and your vanity-box. You will need
the shoo horn to get Into your petite
chapeau, and tho can opener to get
out of It that is, If you arc counting
on something chic.
HntM Grow Small.
Really, everything In the hat line
seems to be struggling toward the
diminutive, and at tho present writ
ing a tiny turban with just a hint of
an upturned brim Is leading. It ap
pears In tho most hectic of hues
royal purple, ceriso, Hunter's green,
burnt orange and Chinese bluo any
one of which may strlko you favorab
ly If your complexion Is fine, but sor
row be yours If you're sallow. And
If by any chance you bo a moon-faced
maiden, you may ns well bid an eurly
adieu to all hopes of looking well
aud fashionable In tho samo hat.
But it's an 111 stylo Indeed that
shows no good. For thoso with faces
to fit, the shapes are so quaint and
fetching and tho dyes so brilliant
and varied that llttlo trimming Is
needed. A slnglo long feather, sot
at an angle to poke out tho eye of tho
passerby, or a tiny bunch of Art Nou
veau fruit Is, like Mothor Kvo's trav
eling gown, not much but sufficient.
Apples as Trimming.
And speaking of fruit. trimming,
apples fitting adornment for a
daughter of Eve see in destined to
have a tremendous vogue. WIcrd llt
jranironn vtkuj Tizrnrom Miwrorm oHrcnotf. sa'iviu)ay. MAiicrr
in In.'llnort to think Hint tho
tlo pippins, coming In clusters, green
ns grass, cerise, deep purple, royal
blue, apples of every conceivable color
except their proper hue, nro mountod
atop, tucked underneath or dangled
over tho edge of tho llttlo pill boxes
In reckless fashion. Or, If your tasto
does not run to apples, you may have
your choice of a number of perver
sions of nature, such as bumt-orango
cherries, turquoise bluo strawberries,
or most any of your favorite fruits
dono In a new complexion to suggest
the genius ot a correspondence school
colorlst or tho mastcrplcco of a Fut
turlht trying for a press notice. The
less apt Pomona herself to recognlzo
theso fruity fads, tho more likely their
Dut If by chance your husband may
think that millinery by the atom Is
less cxpenslvo than on an average
basis, break it to htm gently that his
Judgment errs. It's tho sbapo ho pays
for, and lest paying for, and lest pay
ing for the largo shapes may grow
monotonous, Mils. Modlsto wilt let
him pay heavily for tho small shapo
for a season. Consequently, this sea
son, the smaller the hat the larger tho
prlco. Tres samplo, N'cst co Pas?
Ot courso, a little thing like my lady's
crowning glory cannot bo allowed to
stand In tho way of Fashion's decree.
So It's "A Has- with all your Runty
Runs and Icpigy Puffs. Tho 1913
model chapeau Isn't built to cover a
raultltudo of sins.
Get Grandma's Clothe.
Rut don't wait for a rainy day. Pull
out grandma's trunk today. It she
was a thrifty lady, you will find the
"Dornler Crl" for your wear today
among her furbelows of yesterday.
Perhaps tho brocado that brought
grandpa to his knees may prove as
effective for your 1913 swain. Any
way, the old rich silks and velvots
may bo a saving, for Ilka materials
today nro priced well up. You can
not swathe yourself In many yards if
you havo to save the price out of your
housekeeping allowance. Neither will
Mrs. Wilson and her three girls, If
thoy stick to that 1,000 limit un
less they possess a dressy ancestress
In more subdued tasto are tho crepo
de chines, blooming In tiny garlands
and nosebays of old fashioned flow
ers. Theso aro especially becoming
for tho Ingenue type, but you hud best
refrain, If you aro veering toward
tho buxom. In antithesis, is tho mad
riot of barbaric color In tho Egyptian
and Art Noiiveau silks. Just a touch
goes a long way. If you possess tho
gift of chlckuess, you can fashion a
vest, a sash girdle or overdrupo or
theso and look like tho original Mile,
a la .Mode. Rut unless your touch Is
Coatees of these bizarre silks will
turn you Into an old print or a dash
ing pouter maid, but for art's sako,
and your own, remember to bo mod
erate If you would bo modish,
Legal blanks lot isle at the Mall
A sucred concert will lie Riven next
Monday mcnlng nt S o'clock rt
tho 1'resUyterlan church for tho
benefit of the musical department of
tho Orontur Medford club AdiuUslou
will bo twtmty-flvo cents, with no re
Tho choirs and choir directors of
tho various churches havo been very
I'.eueroiis In uonntliiK their service
for tho concert and the tivlont to lx
represented Is among the best of the
city. Tho selections to bo rIvoii havo
been chosen from th Kuer services,
Tho musical department of the
club Is so very lufnutllo nt present
that those concerned feel that very
llttlo has been accomplished. Never
theless n Kood start Ikis certainly
been made and Us aspirations nro
high enough to pleasn the must soul
Tho department wishes to pur
chase n piano, niuong other thliiKS,
to bo used by tho entire club, and It
Is for this purpose they wish to
ruljo funds. Tho pregram:
"Tho Itadkuit Morn llns Passed
Away" (O. It. Woodward); Method
ist Kplscopal church choir, Mr. For
rest Kdmeades, director.
Selection Christian church choir,
Mrs. F, O. HurKess. directress.
Gladys I Unman.
To Detim In U Minor (Dudley
Ruck) Presbyterian church quartet.
Faster song (Dresiler) Mlis
Franceno McNaasar; violin obllgato,
Mr. K. C. Root.
Calm as tho Night" (Coetx)
Mr. otid Mrs. Oeorgo Andrews.
Gloria from mass In R flat (Far
mer) Catholic church choir,, Mr.
Gerard Tnlllandler, director,
Hark. Hark, My Soul" (Shelley)
Mrs. llalllday-llalght and Miss
"For tho Lord Li Mindful of Ills
Own" Mrs. Hallld'ay-Halght.
Duet (selected) Mrs. RurKcis
and Mrs. Qulsenberry.
"Andanto" (Jensen), piano, violin
and 'cello Mrs. Marsh, Mr, Hoot and
Dr. Marlon.. ,
The greatest nui ileal and society
event that has evur como tn tho en
tire northwest wllfbb the season' of
grand opera opening) Mouday rt
Gently Rut Thoroughly C1iviiim niul
Itegulnlo Your Mloiimcti, l.ltcr
niul Hon el While You
That awful sourness, belching of
acid and foul gases; that pain In tho
pit of the stomach, tho heartburn,
nervousness, nausea, bloating after
eating, feeling of rutlucss, dlzzluevs
and sick headache, moans n disor
dered stomach, which cannot bo reft
ulutod until you remove the cause.
It Isn't your stomach's fault. Your
stomach Is as good as any.
Try Cascarets; thoy Immediately
cleanso and regulate tho stomach,
remove tho sour, undigested and fer
menting food and foul gases; tako
tho excess bllo from tho liver and
carry off tho constipated wusto mat
ter slid poison from tfio intestines
nnd bowels. Then your stomach
troublo Is ended. A Cabcaret tonight
will stralghton you out by morning
a 10 cent box from any drug storo
will keep your stomach sweet; liver
and bowels regular for months.
Don't forget tho children tliftlr llt
tlo lusldes need a good) gontlo cleans
J. H. Mulholle,n
Painting, Paper Hanging;, Tinting
and General Hounu Repairing
mil) West Second Street
Clark & Wright
WASHINGTON, I. O.
Public Land Mutten: Final Proof.
Desert Lands, Contest and Mining
Portland by the fniuoitn Chi
cnKO Ornud Opera company. This
Krivit oritntiUatlou, which Is bend
ed by A ml reus Dipnoi, and
wIioho inualenl conductor Is Clot)
foitte Campaiilul, has over three hun
dred peoplo on Its rostur, and will
travel to Portland from Ban Fran
cisco In two long special trains.
Among tho famous iiouchlrds who
will appiMr In Portland during tho
three days musleul festival will bo
Mary Oarden, l.ulsa Tetrauliil, C'nr
ollno White, Mario tiva,ii CJinrlos
Dalmnres, UlorKlul, Poleno and man)
others, Tho Orphnum theater In
Portland (formerly thu llclllx) will
be tiHcd tor tho four itorformnnceM or
tho opera, tiud seats can ho secured
for tho operas by sending, or tele
phoning In, to tho Sherman (Ma)
and cotupaio's mtislo store In I'ort
land, or tho Stoers-l'omau office in
iho Columbia building, who will be
Kind to attend to all orders,
ArraiiKciucuts . have been made
with tho officials of tho Oregon
Ulectrlc to hold their 11:30 (ruin out
of Portland n few minutes. If It Is
ut nil necessary, and everything will
bo done to make tho trip ns comfort
able and pleasant as posalhlo. The
seats for the opera ruimo In price
i from three dollars to soven, both
ovenlngs and the matinee, aud gun-
leral admission Is two dollars.
Following Is tho entire repertoire
and the names of a, few of the lead
Monday, March 31, at S p. in.
"Tho Jownla of the Madonna," Caro
line White, Otorglul; conductor,
Tuesday. April 1, at S p. in.
"Thnls," Mary Garden; conductor,
Wednesday, April 2, at 2 p. in.
."Tho Tales of Hoffman," Stanley.
Warnery; "Hansel and llrotel," Ca
au, HIcKelmuu, Daddl; conductor,
Charller, and International ILillet,
Wednesday, April 2, 8 p. in.
"liiicla 1)1 I-ntnmerinoor," Tetrnzlu
nl, Egener, (Inudciul, Polcse, Scott;
Mr. Gerard T.illlandler, director ot
tho Medford Conaervntory for Musk
niul I.nnguages, nnuoiiures that Mr.
Bittncr's Real Estate
& Employment Bureau
acres, Improved, timber,
CR acres, CO ncros In cultivation.
f In timber, 20 acres orchard; place
fenoxl and cron-foiiccd; -I room
house, barn 10x10 ; nil kinds ot ber
ries; water right; f 1.1,000.
Fine 7 room houao, largo barn, I
lots 50x10(1 riich; shiido trees, wiry
dono In. Prlco fir00.
G room, modiirp hotisn, lot 100X
100, very closo In. Pilco IS00.
Good Improved ranches for city
Auto, good condition, 1250.
1 1 stands of bees mid supplies,
Flno cow, Swiss Jersey, 7G.
Girls and women for general
Head sawyer, .1 per day mid
MRS. EMMA BITTNER
lies. Phono 10DII..V Phono H.1H.
Opjtotlto Nusli Hotel
ItOO.MS U ami 7. PALM IILOOK.
Official Photographer of the
Medford Commercial Club
Interior and exterior views
Negatives mado any time
and any place by appoint
ment. 208 E. Main . Phono 1471
I fM. . 4
W. Carttun Janes, violinist, bus boeu
lidded to tho teiiuhlng fiiroo of the
Mr. Janes studied In tho Olierllu
conservatory (Ohio), n school wliloll
has a well merited lepiilntluii
thmiiKhoiit the eoiiutiyt bo studied
violin with F. (I, Doutlttlit and plnnu
with .1. A. Duitiiith. Ho Is also a
pupil of William Yuiiek or Detioll,
.Mich., the leading violinist or his
Ills study of mimical history was
done under Edward Dickinson; har
mony, ear training and mimical anil.
AW with Mr. Ileneot, both nf'Obpr
He has bad valuablo experlenco (s
a (eueher and In roiuvrt work and
will mnki tho Instilling ot n deep
mid genuine love fur tho violin mid
Us uiuiilciil possibilities of first Im
portance. Members of tho Medford Orchestral
elub are planning to give it concert
the middle of April at the high school
building under tho auspices and for
the benefit of tho senior claim. The
orgnulrattou has been In "working
order" about ten mouths, holding two
hour reheorauls once it week under
tho leadership of Dr. Marlon.
The program will Include eight or
chestral numbers, chunk, tcml-popu-hir
and popular selections to tut repre
sented, and thosn who d not care for
Wagner and Weber will enjoy Vlotor
Herbert or Sullivan. A croup of
dnuettti by Edward Herman are among
the most effectlvo numbers. They
nro tho Morrla dance, Shepherd's
Dane, and Torch Dance, taken from
the Incidental mtmlc lo ShnkoapiHUo'a
Henry VIII, composed for the produc
tion of tho piny nt the I.) renin lh,uf
tre. London, January. I M'z, and dedi
cated to Henry Irving.
A vocalist and render will assist
With the concert.
Tho Medford Choral society under
tho direction of Mr. (Isrard Tullluu
dler promises two eveulnnn of music
to bo given soon. Tho first ovoiiIiik's
program will probably bn u rrpetlllon
of "Tim Rose Maldeii," the second
program romprlidug miscellaneous
Auction Sale of Acreage
IN THE PIERCE SlflllllVIHION
Two Mile ttixt of Mciroril
THURSDAY, APRIL tOTH ON THE
Ono and one-quarlor to five acre
tracts will bo sold to tho hlghett bid
der. Seldom does the buyer havo the
chnuco to nnmo tho price ho pays
for real eatnte, especially choice pro
perly well located and ou very easy
Do not fall to snciiro ono ot tluse
A special opportunity for tho mnn
of small means to secure n home.
Liberal discounts will bo made for
E. 1 IIERRIFK, U. II. PIERCE
Steam and Hot Water
All Work Otiarant4
COFFEEN & PRICE
39 Howard Block, Xntranca oa Ottj ML
Soma Vliona S4B,
Which nn nn hero to umbo
To ih'Iiimo mil' many patrons
Ibikery Goods Wo Ruho
Is of fli-hl Importance .
Wo Jmoiv you'll Hull II light,
Rut nil Iho oilier minor things
THE SAME DELIGHT
MEDFORD BAKERY &
1U S, Central
We'ro (Mug IT "!
Admission Always tho llnino
Never More, Never Less
Almt)N ht tho Lend
(I.M'MOIIT WEEKLY '
Always something new
THE COW GIRL AND TIIK KNIGHT
Thrilling Western Drumu
MINING COPPER IN I'TAH
Very liitoroMliiK luduatrlal
Ami lute's uliero )ou get the Inuuh
of )our lire
THE Itl.lTIt HALL
(let In and havo sums fun with thu
JIW IIKOU'.VH l.l'CIC
Another phi Inuuh priHlueSr
KONG MtWO HFI'ICWS
Matinee Dally, 1 to 5 P. M.
livening. 7 to 101
Ailinlooliiii ,ie niul inc
NOTICE Pre' Go Imvit )r plt
ture taken, ut J 11 lUIn street. Tim
Star theatro will pay for Iho sot
ting. The photographer will o
plain It nil to iu. It's Absolutely
ISIS THEATRE I
J Franco & Addinijton J
Ax Seen In Life
Cook dy, TiUM'dv. Pathos X
t Plioln Plays Ft I. anil Snt. t
THE REGENERATION OF
THE GAME WARDEN
miXIE AND THE PRESS
f. Maiinco Saturday and Sunday
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S Finest popular priced S
!i Hotel in San Francisco IJj
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sifSwia B locnlcd
S' 'Lw!ll nntl moHt
wi'(f$ffiyiB p o p u 1 n r
jffi$P&k hotel in the
City. Running duuilled
ice water in each room.
European Plan, a la Carte
Tariff on Rooms
12 rooms . $1,00 each
CO rooim 1,50 rach
60 rooma - . - 2.00 each
00 rooma silk private ttalb 2.00 each
50 room Milk priuU Ltlh 2.50 each
30 mltei, bodrooin, par
lor and bath 3.00 each
For more than one jjueit add $1.00
extra to the nbovo rates for
each additional uuot.
Reduction by week or month,
Manaiimtnt Chttltr If, KtlUy
si 4 mli wmhjzi mr.r i?t:m
.. Lottsou of drill uud Dlulnu Room. ..
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