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OF ROYAL ROOMS
City Allortir-y Horrs haa Ismicd
the following letter in tlefcnss of his
lclcr to the proprietress of tho no
tnrlouH Royal Rooming houso prom
Mntf her protectien:
To tho Cttliens ot Mcdfenl:
I have heretofore mado no state
ment In tho newspapers regarding
my position as el.t attorney, Al
though t hare ben repeatedly ails
represented In the Mcdford Mall
1 now make the following state
With reference to the letter ub
llshed In the Mcdford Malt Tribune
Saturday. March 28th, I haTe to nay
that any lawyer tor any layman who
will give the matter a moment's "bon
alderatleb knows that thero la a dif
ference Between promising Immunity
to a witness and, promising protec
tion. 1. did aot promise Immunity to
the proprietor of the Royal room
ing house and do not propose to do
no, but I do Intend to enforcs the
laws against this house as quickly as
"With reference to the many alle
gations In the Medford Mall Tribune
that the suit et the city ot Medford
vs. George II. Millar as bow pending.
Is unjustified and brought by me for
the pHrpeeea of persecuting the de
fendant, I promise the people a
statement of the undisputed facta
as the trial Is concluded which will
with reference to this case, as soon
justify Its fearing beea prosecuted In
the most vigorous manner.
O. a BOGG4.
HIS LITTLE DOG
SNYDER TAKEN TO
SUNDAY SCHOOL DALLY
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
A church and Sunday echool rally
will bo held at the, Christina church
Tuesday and Wednesday, April 1 and
2. All Sunday schools of the Rogue
River valley will take part in tlie en
tertainment. A cordial invitation is
being extended to all the people of
Mcdford. Tho program is ns fol fel fol
eows: Tuesday: Address of welcome at
7:30 p. ra. by B. F. Lulkey.
Response, by X. L. llrownb; of
Addrr by a state worker.
Wednesday: 0:45 a. ra. Devo
tional. 10.00 Reports from the
churches. 11:00 C. W. B. M. ad
dress. 11:30 C. K. address. 2:00
p. hi. Conference, state missions, C.
F. Swander. 3:00 Conference, bible
hchoolti, Mrs. Eason. 8 ri)0 Btereop
ticon lecture. 9:00 Farewell fel
lowship meeting; adjourn.
IS CRITICALLY ILL
BALTIMORE, Md., March 31.
United State wuator Edwin C. Bur
leigh of Maine is critically ill in a lo
cal hospital. He is 70 years old.
Ed Itaol'8 "lilllc one dug Snyder"
is tho happiest dojr in Mcdfonl, for
nfter searching her muster's fnmilinr
haunts for thrco days, she linn been
taken out to the hospital where Ed,
stricken with pneumonia, is pomewhnt
better. Snyder wns taken to tho hos
pital in nn automobile Monday morn
injf and, although she wns accom
panied by two of Ed's friends, the
old man had no eyes for any but
Snyder and the little dug fnirlv
shook herself to pieces with canine
demontitrntions of joy.
Vhen Ed looked up from his cot
and saw Snyder, tears ran down his
fnce ns ho started his fnmilinr salu
tation, "Oh my, Oh me, I never did
see, what a dog slio has got to he."
Then Snyder jumped up on the bed,
whined, and barked, and twisted her
self into a thousand convulsion
Not much to weep about perhaps, hut
those who wero present knew of tho
companionship of the gentle old jnan
and the little dog and they were not
ashamed of their tears.
Since Ed has been at tho hospital
Snyder has been inconsolable. Every
day sho mnkos Ed's regular rounds.
In the morning rhe visits tho post
office and OaddLs & Dixon's office
where Ed called for milk, nnd
promptly nt 3:30 she trots orer to
tho S. F. station to see if Ed Isn't
meeting the trnin with the mail. The
rest of the time she sits nround tho
Mail Tribune office or tho Mcdford
Iron Works pricking up her ears
when anyone ciraes up the alley nnd
whining her disappointment when she
sees it Isn't Ed. It is no small
achievement to have awakened such
love even from a dog but inquiries
from all over town show thnt Ed's
friends are numbered by the hun
dreds. They will bo glad to learn
that there is a fair chance for re
S. P. TO RUN SPECIAL
TRAIN TO GRANTS PASS
The Southern Pacific will run a
special train leaving Mcdford 1 p. in.
Wednesday, April 2nd to Grants
Pass to enable tho local fans to see
the ball game between the American
Giants (Colored) and tho Grants
Pass team. Train will start from
Ashland and reach Grants Pass by 2
p. m., gamo will be called at 2:30 p.
ra. Special will leavo Grants Pass
6 p. m. reaching Mcdford at C p. ra.
Tho round trip rate from Medford
Is one dollar. A special car will bo
provided for the ladles who wish to
make tho trip.
The colored team has defeated
many ot the best teams In Califor
nia; also defeated the Portlaud Hea
rers four games out ot fire. Local
fans who have seen the colored team
play arc a unit In saying they put up
a very strong game.
Osborn will pitch for Gran fa Pass.,
and Baker will catch. Both these
men are well known In Mcdford. It
is thought some of the Medford team
will play with tho Grants Pass boys.
ALL RECORDS IN
MEMBER OF OREGON
PORTLAND, Ore., March 31.
Receipts for tho week have been.
Cattle, 1312J calves, 38; hogs, 2103.
shcp, 27S3; horses, 33.
Cattle Market steady to shado
firmer,' An excellent demand pre
vailed for prime beef. Top sales this
week wero mado at IS' to JS 23,
whllo bulk ot steer offerings graded
good to choice and realised 17.60 to
$7.80, Dutcher stuff Is equally
strong, notably heifers and cows,
Thero has been slim showing In tho
stuff supplies but packers gavn
higher bids for tho new fancy head
on hand. A email lot ot Prlnevtllo
spayed belters selling nt )?.?!i fea
tured. Best cown at 17.20 bulls, $6;
stags, fi.75 and calves ut $9 repre
sents price range.
The hog market has been a sensa
tion all week. Clearing 10c to 20c.
It finally settled at $9.55 Wednes
day. This price rango breaks all
records slnco 1910. Uulk of sales
have averaged $9.20 to $9.40. Out
let considerably broader than sup
plies as demand has been Increased,
whllo bulk of country swine 1ms
been marketed. Also Missouri river
points continue high and all coast
packers are buying pork In Portland.
Undertow hero Is .strong and unless
tho present trado conditions experi
ence a completo chango may romaln
A stead' to firm mutton and lamb
market featured principally by one
of tho smallest runs of tho year.
Wool yearlings sold up to IG.7G and
ewce $5.75, sheared stuff brought
$t less. Demand 'for choice and fat
muttons Is steady and unsatisfied,
Lamb trado reached tho $S level as
expected, several loads ot prime wool
stuff brought this prlco.
SALEM, Ore., March 31. (lover
nor West has mimed the members of
tho Slnlo Bureau of Mines nnd Ge
ology among them being Dr. J. r
Reddy of Medford. Fmler the terms
of the net this commission will hnve
comprehensive duties ami the expen
diture of in impropriation of $25,
000, which, it is believed, under the
not, will do much toward I ho devel
oping latent resources of tho state.
The members of tho commission,
besides President Kerr, of tho Ore
gon Agricultural college, nnd Presi
dent Campbell of tho University of
Oregon, who nre ox-officio metuhem
of the lAircnu, will lm N. H. Lnwrie,
Portland; W. P. Fellows, Omuitii; T.
S. Mann, Portland; Dr. J. F. Reddy,
Medford; 0. T. Pnill, Portland. Dr.
J. F. Roddy and C T. Prnlt probably
will hold the lung terms, although
tho governor has iiindo no definite
announcement in this regard.
Iiwrie is secretary f the Ameri
can Mining Congress and an alumnus
of the School of Mines of New York.
Fellows is secretary of tho Ren Har
rison Mines company, of (Inutile, and
nn ntiituutis of he Coloiinlu School
of Mines. Redtly Is n mine-owner,
ex-Chief of Police of Spokane, and
for many years was actively en
gaged In many mining pursuits hi
Northern Idaho and is extremely In-
(crested in mining In Southern Ore
gun. Prall Is an engineer and n good
roads man, being sceivlnry of llift
Portland Salem Capital Hilnvnv
TAFT OFF FOR YALE
TO BECOME PROFESSOR
AVOUSTA, (la., March 31. Ac
companled by Mrs. Tuft and Mosler
Charles Tnft, former President Tuft
is en route from here In New Haven
today to assume his duties as pro
fessor nt Vole University.
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llud AiideisonV loop Into fiuiio has
done moiu llian plains Medford on the
HKrlhig map. It has discovered in
Court Hull n sHirting writer whoso
opinions mo being nnoted from one
end of Hit roast to the oilier. It
need not lie surprising if Court got
his pictures in (hu paper soon.
Court is now pmudlv exhibiting In
his friends clippings from prominent
sporting papers along (ha const
In which his Wmvh of the Anderson-
llnnvu right, as written mpressly for
Ilia Mall Trihime wero lepiildlNlud.
If Hud goes to the Up Court "III
probably get Cnclii lllly NuuhIiIoii'i
Job mIIIi Hearst.
CHURCHILL'S HOME TO
BE SUMMER CAPITAL
COHNISH, N. II., March III.
Hinli! llendmi House, the houiti of
Winston Churchill, tho novelist, near
here, Is selected as tho summer capi
tal today by President Wilson,
I I I I I. -OT
PIIm Curtsl In O To 11 Days.
Your drtiRKlst will refund mousy
It PA'.O OINTMKNT falls to euro
any case of Itching, Ullnd, lllendlftf
or Protruding Piles In 0 to 14 days.
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NEW YORK TO FRISCO
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., March 31.
After a ''hike" cross the continent.
"to test her will," Mrs. Clara Mitchell,
38, a New York widow, is here today.
She started from Qothnn, twenty-six
weeks ngo with but .$3.50 in her purse.
"I made tho trip because my
friends said I couldn't do it," flic de
clared. "I would stay nt farm houses
and other places, where people would
give me a Miff in tho shape of n dol
lar or two. In this way I mado the
jouruey in comfort.
HARVARD STUDENTS FORM
AHTI $5000 WEDDING CLUB
BOSTON, Mas., March 31. In op
position to tho club formed by Wcl
lessley College girls in which each
member must swear sho will marry no
ono canting less than $5,000 n year,
Hnrvnrd students hnve formed nn
"anti-five thousand dollar club" here
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OHIO FLOOD SUFFERERS
, ; ut 3 1 rVrv InilrVlivJly
I "' Tomorrow Evening 7 to 10:30 ,
AH Star program of local talent, besides regular
Uneqiialed films. See tomorrow's paper for full program
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