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MEnFonn man Tnrmnm medtord. orkcion. TtrcstHY, 'aputt, i, win.
Mrs. Fred Hopkins linn gone to
Portland (o attend tho opera nnd
make a short visit.
.Frank. Parksr has loft for Clronts
Pa. jwhorG he will tako charge of
the Josephine liar.
i'lnky "ltader has Rono to (Irani
Pa, wher ho will piny baseball
BRiilDkt the American Giant team.
MU Ilaiol Norths" has returned
from a vMtRt Merlin.
Largo, bulbs of tho finest varieties
ot cactus and decorative dahlias. Tel.
Thompson's Crlstfotte store has
been moved to Oakland. Cat.
Kd Hoot's condition remains un
changed today, with prospects favor
able for recovery.
Orchard, hunting, fishing and
Crater Lake scenes for Bala at (Jer
king & Harmon's studio. Kocallvcs
made any pi sea, kodak finishing. 13S
East Main Btreet. Phono 215 R.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrlch if
Jaek,fiaivllQ motored to Medford
Alls Louise- "WIlllAnmon was tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Myers of
Central Point, Sunday.
Guaranteed complcto wagons at
Pell's, Ashland, for less than $100.
Mr. aud Mrs. Horaco Pclton of
Saras Valley wero among Medford
friends Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Kills and Mrs. Helen
Q. Gale, who attended the opening of
the Tlvoll opera house in San Fran
cisco by the Chicago Opera com
pany, returned Monday ovcnlng.
Gerklng & Harmon, studio por
traits, homo portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 12S East Main street;
telephone 2 IS R.
"V. I. Vawter, S. S. Rnllls and
Frank B. Wnlto left for Portland
Monday, on business connected with
the Mcdford-Ashland clcctrlo rail
Mrs. George N. Lewis ot Jackson
ville was a Medford visitor Monday
Invite yon? friends to come on the
excursion from Tacoma to Medford,
April 9. Round trip, $15.70.
Clydo Barnum, fruit Inspector,
and K. Smith were up from Phoenix
John Grieve ot Prospect and J. F.
Swanson ot Trail transacted business
In Medford tho fore part of tho
Carkla & Taylor (John M. Carkin
and Glenn O. Taylor), attonioya-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
Lane Wyland of Antelope paid his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wyland of
Medford, a visit Monday.
William Mansfield ot Tolo mo
tored to Medford Monday afternoon.
W. Brockman is a lato arrival
from northern California.
Insure and bo sure. Right if we
write it. R. A. Holmes, Tho Insur
William Schcbelo was among
those down from Griffin creek Mon
day. D. H. Jackson spent Monday at
Ashland on business.
Nelson Swanson, who has been en
gaged in farming In Klamath coun
ty for somo time, returned a few
days ago nnd took charge of tho
home place, located northeast ot
Real home made bread at Do
Voe'a. Fred Wagner, former publisher ot
the Ashland Tidings, is visiting at
the homo of ilr. and Mrs. T. W.
Milot u Medford. He Is convales
cing from a severo attack of erysip
elas: II. Wolf and Walter Bostwlck ot
Applegate spent several hours in
Orders taken for all kinds of vege
table plants. Portland Ave. Green
house, 26 Portland ave. Phono 87-R.
Mrs. F. G. Guy of Grants Pass was
among her Medford friends Monday.
John ABhpolo was among tho
many who vent to Jacksonville Mon
day to Bottle with tho tax collector.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Strand of Apple
gate, traded with our anerchnuts
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposite book storo.
II. C. Pomerene, who camo to
Medford with his bride Saturday,
left for Corvallls Monday to resume
Ills studies at tho O. A. C.
Mrs. Carl Cofer of Klamath Falls
(nee Dora Mnrgreiter) Is visiting
hor Bts(er, MrB. H. O. King, and
W, H. M .ore of willlts, Cal., 1b a
recent arrhal in Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marquis ot Illi
nois arrived In Medford Sunday and
are gueita ot the former's brother
nnd his family ot North Riverside
avenue. They have been spending
tho winter In southern California nyc
are on tholr way home.
Charles K. Garfield of California,
who has been spending several
weeks In Medford, loft for Salem and
Portland Monday. He Is n ploncor
of Rogue River valley.
Vapor hatha nnd scientific mas
sngo for men nnd women. Dr. R.
Jt Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Oar-nott-Corcy
bldg. Phono H5.
George W. Lanco has been making
Grants Pass and points between hero
and thoro a business visit.
Charles Stetnbrlng and Joel Stover
ot Kanes Crook tarried a few hours
In Medford Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Pclton of
Uoseburg aro visiting In Medford
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives made any tlmo or
place by appointment. Phono M.
G. F. Billings. William Myer and
Robert Casey of Ashland transacted
business In Medford Monday.
Mrs. A, J. Carponter ot Talent
spent Monday with Miss Emma Arm
strong and other relatives living In
B. P. Chandler was down from
Rogue River Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Courts uf
Weed, Cal., arrived In Medford Mon
Mrs. W. I. Vawter Is making Port
land a short visit.
Do Witt Sturgess of Meadows pre
cinct Is a business visitor In Med
ford. Sheriff Slnglcr aud his deputy, K.
W. Wilson, were over from Jackson
villa Monday evening.
C. E. Hooper and Charles II. Gil
lette wero among tho Ashlandcrs
who camo to Medford Monday.
II. D. Reed, Sprague Rlegl and
J. II. Bceman of Gold Hill transacted
business In Medford Monday.
H. Callaghan was tho guest or Col
onel George P. Minis at his pleasant
home at Seven Oaks on Monday. He
speaks highly of his host's orchard
Mr. Parker ot tho Modern wooo.
yard returned from Josephine coun
C. Y. Tcngwald Is driving a Mon
itor runabout of tho 1S9C model. For
fear it will run away ho carries a
huuge weight with which to tie it
up when left at the curb.
MEMORIAL TO MR. AND MRS. 1SIDOR STRAUS, VICTIMS OF TITANIC
, .DISASTER, TO BE, BUILT AFTER THE MODEL OF MR. LUKEMAN
" 1WWBIWWmwW.ilWIWS " ' -g-n-Jv- -- -
MEMORIAL TO MR. AHO MR3. tSIOOR STRAUS. dX MRUGUSTU3 XUKCMAN
To Mr. Augustus Lukcmau, one of New York's leading sculptors, was awarded the first prize lu tho competi
tion for deigning a fountain to be erected in Straus Park, New York city, lu memory ot Mr. and Mrs. Isldor Straus,
who died together In tho wreck of tho Titanic
Four other prizes were awarded In tho same competition. They ranged In value from 50O to $1,000.
In nil, fifty-iilue designs wero submitted. Tho total cost of theso approximates the cost ot tho completed
memorial, which will be fJO.000, The architect named In the award with Mr. Lukemnu is Mr. Urarts Tracy, also ol
Iu reaching their decision tho committee eliminated the Idea ot attempting to memornltzo tho qualities of the
man and woman for whom the fountain Is to be erected, but accepted tho suggentlon which Mr. Lukumau has en
dcavured to embody in the small park scheme ot peaceful contemplation over a shcot ot water, leaving it to tli
public to think over the sacrifice thai tho same clement demanded lu the disaster lu which Mr, and Mrs. Straus
The fountain will be of granite and bronze, an expansive granite baie being aurmounted by the graceful
bronsc figure ot a woman rvcllulng. A bronze plate vllHar this Inscriptien:
To Isldor aud Ida Straus, whoso lhos wero unselfishly devoted to tho betterment of the State and wboe
death was a monument to that great bulwark ot tho State, the family. This memorial erected In thu jear ulueltwu
buudreU aud thirteen.
JAPAN OFFERS EGGS TO
HI S. AT 9' CENTS DOZ.
JOLTS AND JINGLES
By Ad Brown
Spending of the 3lillar trial. i!o
you remember the verso in "Alice in
Wonderland" Hint Vends. "I'll ho
judge, I'll be jury,' said cunning oM
fury. 'I'll try the wliolo ease and
condemn you to death." '
Am tlio Crow Files.
O. E. Crow made ft flying trip Jo
Eugene yesterday Lo ratio Items in
Eugene Regis I cr.
Wire, Quick, Who Won?
There wus a bnll game here Sun-
dnj, tho Roy Academy boys plnyeu
on one side. Silk Creek pcrnouuU
in Cottage Grove Sentinel.
Some Namo and Some Mill.
Green Pitcher has repaired tho
water pijxi above the mill which
burst Tuesday. Disbton Items in
Cottngo Grove Senleinel.
Other immortal Names.
Green Pitcher isn't the only mo
nicker deserting immortality. The
Tho Cottngo Grove Sentinel of re
cent dale chronrilcs tho fact thnt
Mrs. Heck entertained tho club,
meaning of course, thnt the club
was entertained, IJy Neck!
Mr. Snuff of Portland visited Lo
Mr. Honor of Miilnga, Wash., is
deserving of honorable mention.
Snyder went out to call on Ed
Root und Kd blurted to iinprovo
which leads the diminutive. Snyder
to remark thnt Mio in tho dog wbo
put tho "cur" in "cure."
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day I'houo 227
NlKht V. W. Weeks 10:J-J.U
fhwuts A. K. Orr 078-M
J. 1. M.
Tho gold be Jmdt
He was n king!
The good bo did?
Tho oilier duy we wrote n poem
bo good that wo ent it poslhuhtu to
ono of the loading mnzngiucH. In
two weeks wo will print it for your
Still, it might get back in ten dnys.
Imperial l'ondcr Plant Explodes
TACOMA, ,'n.. March 31. A spe
cial from Chehnlls says: George aud
Charles Dlngmau wore fatally Injured
and Chris Donsou soveroly burned In
an explosion that destroyed tho plant
ot tho Imperial Powder company this
aftornoon. Tho flro which followed
was confined to ono bulldlug aud tho
loss will bo small.
With Medford trade Is Medford made.
SCATTLB, Wash., April 1. Ja
pan has entered tho egg market ot
this country with a proposition to
tho Great Northern railway to fur
nish Its steamship lines with eggs at
9 cents a dozen tho year round. With
prices In tho country ranging from
IS to CO cents a dozen In tho course
ot a year, it will bo Impossible for
local dealers to compete with tho
Japs. Alfred Watson, purchasing
agent for tho company, han received
a small consignment ot tho Japancao
eggs sent to blm as samples.
ASK RELEASE OF
"RUSSIAN POLICE CHARGE
HAYWOOD CROWD INJURING MANY
PATEIISO.V, X. J.. April 1 At
torney Henry Marelllo went to llo
boken today to apply for a wrlto of
habeas corpus for William I). Hay
wood, organizer for tho Industrial
Workers ot the World, who has been
sentenced to six months In the coun
ty Jail hero today following his con
viction of causlug unlawful assem
blages. Haywood camo hero In con
nection with the mlllworkors strlko.
Marulll will iTto his application be
fore Justlco MInturn, of tho stato
supremu court. .
MAN KILLED IN
Ah it u'Hiill uf uti iiuttmmhlli lie
eldt'iit at iMurxlitloldi Trod Heed,
'fimnerly of Medrord, Im under .f 1 000
bonds mid Louis HallluKcc, t'omu'ih
of (his oily, killed. Hoed wns dilvlng
driving n ear which Hlntok two men,
killing one and Hcriuuxly Injuring
tlm other. Reed wont from Mi'dford
to .Murbl1eld to woik for King &
Yurxt, fmincr mwiiois of tho duck
80ulll Htrtjje. At one tlmo ho wim
ehnuftVur for lh Taxi compuny bote
Reed bus been formally elmrged wilh
Tim toliiu of the accident ws
I.ouIh K. lwliiiiKcr, who was u rest
lout f M mI fu nl a few ji-ar nun.
lie wiik u brulber-lii'law of Robcil
Sears who oNtahlistit'd tlio Hint pin
lure bono m Mudfonl.
ADRIANOPLE ARE BRICK
PARIS, April I -That thu walls
surrouudlnt; Adrlauupto were of
brick construction aud not "ImY"
utructltilo coiicrttto fortrrnni'it." us
was generally believed, Is tln Inftir
mutlou sent hern today by tho Adrl
anupln corrvspondent of file I'arh
Journal. Ho declares tho walls col
lapsed utter a 4S hours' asiault aud
Wero reduced to n nbtiprlesa mass it
ST. PKTKRSULRO. April 1.
Many perxoim nni ivrbnps fatally
hurt hero today following it chnrgc
by n great body of Hlieo on nil imtl
Austriau dciiioitslnitiun in fmut of
thu Kerviuit legal inn. The nction of
thu jmlico iu ruthlessly Mlrikiug u
number of Iioh(. in the orond with
their whips U to be iute.sli;utcd.
Morltol Tonic Dlgestlvo will tono
up your s)stem quickly, make you
feel strong again. Hasklns Drug
I.ct I'm Miow You.
If you aro a suffurur of piles or
hemorbolds In any form, romo to
our storo and let us show you Mvrl-
tol I'llo llemcdy. It Is one of tho
best preparations wo have ever
handled nnd Is sold on a po'ltlvo
guarantee. Hasklns Hrug Store.
(!,ll UV THANKS.
Tho family of tho lata Patrick
Dally wish to ozpress their ib'cp ap
preciation and gratitude for th
beautiful floral offerings nnd gro.it
kindness tendered them by friends
during thu sickness and death of
Till: DAILY PA.MILY.
Our possession of the proper facili
ties to handle orders for
is bringing us the business of South
ern Oregon. Only those who do
not know that these goods can be
made in Medford are sending north
MEDFORD PRINTING CO.
. . i . .i h
For SixlcoH Ycnrs. Rcnlorcd
To Honltlt by LyUla E.PitiU-
Morotown. Vermont. I wns troit'
bled wlllt pain und Irrogularitles for
,tttca years, nixi
was llilu, wuK anil
nvrvwiii. When 1
would llo down It
wuitlit socin us If I
win going right
down out of sluht
it to somo dark hole.
and tho window cur
tains hnd faces that
would twi'k out nl
inn. and when Lwni
out of doors It woulil
seem ns If something wns going to hnp
pnu. My IdiHM! wan hku-, my vlrcubt
lion was so bud I would bo llKt iiiUud
person at tl s. I bun feiimlu weak.
ncM badly, my nUlomeii was soro and I
hud awful pulnt.
'I took l.yilln I- Pinkham's Vegota
Mo Co'iiHund nml uusl tho Snnntlvo
WnKh mid they wtrtnlnly did wnnduni
(or me. My Inuiblen dttnitcnnsl and I
am nhl t" work hanl everyday. "Mrs.
W. V. riAWi-.i,Rlver Vlow I'arm, Moro
CiWorJ. lown.-ul won troiibleil with
ffiimlu weakneiM, nlw with dUpInco
ment. I iiihl very vin. and steady
husdacho, nltxi .iln lu Imck uml was
very thin ami tlrl oil the Um. I conv
mencesl taking I.ydla )l Pinkham,s
Vegelnble Com()ountl nnd I am curwlof
fjieso truubles. I ennnol praUo our
mwllclno tiH hlRhly." Mrs. IN A MILL
8LAUU:, tillTunl, low.
Raises the Dough
It can't help hut tin m tMHaun
I (ho double in tltiic kind
.( tlf ,,.
It work. In.- ffjrgi'
It Co in mi lulu
co n tar I wltlt
in ti I n t ii r o mid
Hiiitlniir to rlti
railually n it tl
til tlio f.H.il Im
Ktild by Kiiirrrs, 'Me full imiiiiiI
Unit tlf, IViithltiKton
3C ncros only 2 inllwi from nlty;
joins ono of tho fluust orcliartU In
tho alloy. Prloo ft 000, Reed tortus.
Wo havo somo ulcu now bunRnlown
for nnlo ou very easy payments.
Wo havo a uutnhor of smnll tracts
for salo or oxcIuiiiko for city prop
erly. I'JOO Arro Kloik Itanrli
to oxchniiKo for woll tmprovud or
chard tract or city property.
H Houtti O'litrnl Au.
Teacher "Whero is Cork?"
JimniyCi") -Thnt'a easy.
la tlio center of tlio Spnldinu;
Tlil Hill ilrit of rork Im rr.
clullunlwl Um uaitui. Iluiurt In
tit ll liiiuuv whucuuUln't cniiM
wlll.ln lOiiuintiur ltiinaip"3jc)
lh wltrr o4 nra iintituiait
TUKirllinHl.ly, 'llmCuit Cnlur
Iim lvr0 tlm ITit I Kit mora
ltlinif wl"lllnlliitfrtrcti tif
tho iitinu. Yl fiH thnt tin lli
Iiurit um tli Curk Cviitrc lui
rxcliitlvily imivn Hint It Ii tint
lonir aouxlit fur twUuM Uiwmii
I'lUlilnif bua bMlnu,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
150 Guary Streot, Sah Frsuciico
Atk your Im-nl ilenlrr for it Himlillnu cUljpuo.
Wo enrry a vory ooninieto lino of
droiKirii.M. Iiicu eurtiilim, tlxturos, uto.,
nail tin nil climuiiH of ujiliulHtfirliiif. A
puplui man to look utior this work
exoliiKlvtily unit Will ulvo ns koi1
Murvlcs n Ih iiuKnllilo to nut la uvon
thu Imituut ultks.
Weojio & MoGowan Oo,