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MKDt'ORU llliNTINO CO.
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Mull. Tli Mrilfnrit Tribune, Tim Kouth
em OrrnonUn, TIib As'tlnnd Trlhuni.
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North Tlr trett tfclcpltnno 78.
OEOIlOn PUTNAM. lMltor and MnRr
Kntirl as pccoml-clnsa mutter At
Mffiforil, Oregon, under the act of
March 3, 1S;.
Official rnner of tho City of Mr-dfordL
Official rupcr of Jackson Cnuntr.
MAN iiainod Parkinson, who won notoriotv two
A years ago by reforeiiding the University of Oregon
legislative, nppropriiilioit by means of Fraudulent anil
forged signatures, is at his old tricks again and states that
he will nimbi ntfiif).- liiiv1iii iwliiiMiiiim it, ri..T,M.
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ROBERT W. WOOLEY
ASST. SEC. OF TREASURY
On jrfnr. by "" ,- - i)
On month, by mall .. ,. - ,t
lVr month, delivered by carrier In
Mcdrord, Jackionvlll and Cen
tral l'oint... ,., , , .ro
Pwtnrdny only, by mnll, per year S.00
Weekly, per yar.. . .so
Dntly nvernpn for eleven month ma
in November 30, 1911, JT51. T
Tho Mnll Tribune Is on nil at the
Ferry NoWa Stand. SAn Krahclaco.
Portland Hotel News stand. Portland.
Portland New Co.. 1'ortlnnd. Ore.
W. O. Whitney, Beattle, Wan.
fall I.Mca Wlr United Pren
Metropolis or Southern Oreon and
Northrn California, tujd tho fastest
erowlne city In Oreeon.
Peculation U H. census 1C JilO;
eatlmated. 1J1J 1O.0P9.
Klve hundred thousand dollar Gravity
vatr Kntrm completed. Rhine flneit
imply puro mountain water, and J 7. 3
m Urn of atreeta pavci,
Toatofflcn receipt for yrar ending
November SO, 1911, show ncre of IS
Manner, fruit city tn Oreeon Itogue
Itlver fipltjtenberB apple won sweep
atakea prise and UlU of
"Apple xiwf of h World"
at the National Apple Show,. tTpokane,
1909, and n car of Newtowns won
Tint Prlw ta 1910
at Canadian International Apple Show,
Vancouver, n. c
ririt Vrlie In 1911
At Rpokatie National Apple Show won
by carload of Xen towns.
iioRue itiver pears brousnt menrst
Iiir the paat six yenrs.
prices In all markcta of the world dur
Mthoimh the annronriations ftu- the Ctirvnlli Airfii.iti
tural college are much larger than those for the state uni
versity, Parkinson will not seek to economize on this insti
tution. He admits that his effort is to injure the state
university so as to permit itls eventual absorption bv the
w. . v. winch is supposed to be the secret program of
iresiuent iverr of the latter, institution.
"Who is this man "Parkinson
Parkinson is a former labor agitator, who had hirf at
tention focalized upon the educational problem when he
undertook to unionize the city of Eugene, and. through
conditions for which the university was not responsible,
faded. He vowed vengeance and bv attacking the state
university imagines he is "potting'ovon" with the em
ployers of Eugene.
It was clearly established in court that not onlv had
the Parkinson referendum petition papers been circulated
in the harbor dives of Portland, where thev were siirned
iy the flotsam and jetsam of humanitv some of thorn
not even citizens of the United Statesbut from three to
four thousand of the names were whollv fictitious and
fraudulent. The supreme court gave Mr. Parkinson his
ease on pure technicalities, and. the ationiir iniiiin1 1'iiil.
mg to do his duty, Mr. Parkinson escaped his due meed.
.besides being a friend of education Mr. Parkinson is
also a champion of labor. .For years he has managed to
extract a livelihood from his fellows in the unions. finm.
I l.tiaWWWa MWaeMWW IW III III
LIQUOR GASES SOON
Tin demurrer iiilerpoeil b the le-fcii'-i
iti the Medfortl liquor ca.c will
prolinbly be nrxued in to circuit
couit TiiCMlay. A few civil cases
precede it mill the completion of these
will determine the time the demurrer
i" to be argued.
Tho dcfen-e maintains in its de
murrer that the men indicted are not
etiilty of selliu'j liquor to minors and
that if liquor was sold in this manner
that thii men who actually sold it
should be indicted. The question i-, an
'ojh'ii.ouc and will be Jinnl fought.
BULL H00SE PLAN
WASHINGTON, April G. Plana of
strenuous lcgltilatlvo canipalKnliiR
during tho coaling tjcealon of congrens
.were outlined today by the new or
ganization of tho progressiva party
of tho house. Recognition of tho new
party was assured this uftornoon by
Majority Leader Underwood who said
ho would glvo the progressives places
nt least on two Important committees,
tho ways and means and rules. Pro
gressives wcro Jubilant at this decis
ion. 1'rotn tho fall of Speaker Clark's
gavel Monday tho progressives Intend
-to get Into 'tjio legislative struggle
nggruRslvely. Tho progressiva rules
eommltU'a labored today on a draft of
tho propobed rules for tho house
which they expect to offer as sub
Mltuta for thu rules brought In by tho
Tho progressives rules will Include
a number of revolutionary changes
notably a provision for tho so-called
votes during tho consideration of bills
Informally Iti tho committee of the
whole of the house. A number of
provisions to facllltuto tho calling up
of bills from tho committees will bo
Vnnlt: nnm It.. 4.n.,...1 1 l - i n ,
t ."" "" '"- "- iuiw, aim whom re cmi) dvcis
bility act was passed became instautlv what in the profes
sion is known as an "ambulance chaser." running to the
wives or widows of injured or killed workmen to' get the
privilege of bringing suit for damages on their behalf.
Ijor these services his share has amounted to from one
tlnrd, in cases settled out of court, and one-half in those
uiuiigur. 10 rnai, up to sixty and more per cent for those
appealed to the supreme court. So lucrative has his occu
pation proved that his burning zeal for struggling labor
led linn bitterly to oppose the recently enacted compensa
tion act, which would settle the matter of workmen's dam-
Hgi'S WUllOUt tile t OJavs nnil liiuirr n.il. M" ...,.i ..:!.,
and the division of spoils with jackal attorneys.
It is not generally known that Mr. Parkinson and an
other genius ot like feather were the main spirits ftinuimr
Itoberi Wirkliffi' iioU, ill' l-'iur-fa..
n., jiwt itppumtod a -wlnnt
M'en'tarv of the treasury, i one of
the fo new mpui inuti to In men
n plai'o under thu new uduimi-tmtioii
ttt Washington. Ho far. lit linn been
a prominent woiker in the democratic
party for n lou; tiuu, and became ae
qiiaiuted with tho pU'F-ldentiul eaudi
dad during the tumpni:ii.
and organizing the opposition in some labor circles against
the compensation act.
Labor has been findin
nr li I'.k.I-..i.w. l l ?i
o -" Ki'iMiuuu mil ami US
spousioie leaders dp not hesitate, in private conversations,
to express their opinions of him and his doings in general!
lliis explains why m his announcements of intended pro
cedure m connection with this hih'sr i-wWn.,i,,. i... !...
that he looks to the granges for support. The officials of
the granges are emphatically repudiating him. However
just as these latter need to make public and official their
repudunon of Parkinsonian schemes and methods so labor
needs, tor its friends' sake. rn.mi.i-t mu.ni. 1 ..i.,.i..i..t..
ri..i, uin ul'.Mlllll'l
. , J -w ..uw. . . W,
iwui u js no aoettor and s l.-n-oi nt' fhMn !;, ,.p ....:..
It is high time that these spiteful and criminal assaults
upon Oregon s all too meager equipment for the higher
education oi its youth, the youth of labor included, were
Bear Creek Orchard Owner '
Says Keep a Valuable Asset
OF FLOOD WATERS
WASHINGTON, April 7. Secre
tary l.ano will recommend to Presl
dent Wilson and through lilm to con
gress that tho control of flood waters
bo dealt with In a comprehensUo way
by the national government. He
reached the decision In part as a re
Milt ot a conference with Dr. Aaron
Ituroiiboliu, engaged In reclamation
and Irrigation work In Palestine.
Anronsohn suggested that Sir Wil
liam Willnocks, tho Drltlsh engineer
who built the Absuan dam be con
Nulled about thu control of the waters
of tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers.
1 "In handling thu situation In tho
United Btntes," said Lane, "I bellevo
It might bo well to got tho benefit of
the experience of wen of other couiv
trios who lnive dealt largely and torn
putuutly with similar projects. J
bhall urge upon tho president a rco
ommondatlou for enactment by con
gross ot tho Nowiauds bill or some
similar bill making provisions for a
drainage foro station aud reclamation
power and Irrigation projects on a
To the Editer: The writer desires
to enter his protect us one of Jack
son county' large tux-payer against
the removal of 1'rof. O'Gora from hi
Why, it would be an Injuslico to
those investors, like the writer, who
have largo investments in the valley.
Firstly: Wc huve received a moM
prnetieal know ledge as to how to han
dle our orchards, in all its details.
The writer has just returned from
Iho various fruit section from the
cast and the southern state., and
nfter a mod thorough investigation 1
positively can say that Itogue river
valley i fieer from fruit pests and
diseases than any valley in the Unit
Let us be fair aud give credit wheio
credit is due.
We agitated lo bond this county for
a million for good roads.
No now want to iuia!e. that
diougth will not by known.
We hear the echo from the markets
f"'"' the Far Kust aud F.uropo to1
ship only the best quality of fruit,
And yet, n few are willing to ill's
Vy one of the most laluable assets
which this county possesses Prof.
O'Onra, who is considered one of thu
most valuable men on horticulture iu
the United Ktales.
1'rogross does not mean retrench
ment in any form.
The prinoipals iu this ne or couipo
tition are competent men to lead and
I feel that thu ptogrussivo type of
men are iu majority in .Jiiekaou eouu-
ty who wish to see the great work
thus fur ueooiiiplished will not at this
present time be retarded by any un
I'ardon this long letter, but I Imvo
the interest of Rogue river valley at
What affects Ktigue river valley
ceitalnly affects the values of or
chard laud and its futuie.
Lot us piogress but not iclitrd by
agitating false economy,
Owner of Hear Creek Orchards.
Financial Changes to Perfect Money
, A vaudeville pleco by VJctor Her
bert and George V. Jlobart, entitled
"HIDy's Illacksmltli." Is tto be pro
duced next fceasou.
Hy K. L. JrcClurc.
The fluctuutioii iu money vuluo is
the fundamental cause of all thu fi
nancial distill bauccs of tho world.
Tho dollar is twenty-live and eight
tenths grains of gold, nine-tenths fine,
but tho i dative vnlue or purchasing
power of the dollar fluctuates with
the chungos iu the supply and demand
for money. Any substitute for money
will puss at par as long as confidence
is maintained In speciu payment, thus
over ninety per cent of eM-hanges are
made in bank cheeks. Hunks are
drawing intciest on seventeen billions
of deposits which is a spceial privil
ege, paying many hundred millions
annually which thu bunks extort in
Interest from thu people for fictitious
money. Mich n liiiancial system is a
CQUttH iiiVHUeo jo uj cl(.tj,j, wjK,n.
ever money become- scarce the banks
being the gieittest debtors are com
pelled to iucteaso their cash resent
by calling loans and refusing ciedit,
money increases iu value and prices
tall in inverse tatio.
The value of hi'icntifie money will
not fluctuate with the value of the
standard of 'J.l.H grains of gold .0
fine, hut on tho day gold in demone
tized tho value of the dollar will he
known by a list of tho prices of all
other wealth expiesscd in dollars, aud
as the supply and demand for money
will bo automatically maintained at
equilibrium by the superabundant
money issue exchangeable in bonds,
tho value of (he dollar will remain
fixed and unchanged.
This inestimable boon lo mankind
cuunvt be uecouiplibuctl wilUout pro.
iding for every emergency that may
ari-e through manipulation, by ftuuii
ciers whose subtle mnehinullons have
concentrated wealth in the bund of
the few throughout all ages under all
The firt aud fundamental law, nec
essary to prevent any possible inter
ference with the circulation of money
is to define what money is aud male
it a definite unit distinct article, castlv
recognized, and prohibit the u-e of
anv thing el-e for money under the
penalty of treason.
1. .Money is the nation's unma
tured time note at its face value.
J. Checks dnrwu again-t deposits
of money to the credit of Individ
unl accounts in depositaries of the
II. Any other check, note or coin
is prohibited from use for money with
the penalty of troaim.
All contracts to pay in gold coin
will be legally caiieelb'dVy thu tender
of money at iimi.n-c value and any
contract or dciuntid inade for money
other than the legal money of the
United .States is declarul to lie an act
of treason against the people of the
All depositaries of the United Slati
will receive iU'o-iis from any individ
ual, company or corporation subject
to withdrawal by check on demand
under the rules and regulations jf
the treasury department.
All depositaries will inc checks
payable to order at any dejsisilaty in
the United States without churt(o.
All U. S. depositaries will receive
from depositor for iulectioii individ
ual checks payable nl other depositar
ies nnil credit I he amount colcctml
without a)ly iwhwigo charge
j U. S. ihiponilttrfu will llnis furnish
the whole prople absolutely safe
banks of deposit mid om'Iiuiikh which
will make an individual check current
at its face any plaiai iu the United
States. 'Depositaries will mtikw no
loans nnil therefore there will be no
risk. Thu deHit will be cxcbaiiged
for bonds and the treasury depart
ment will receive the iuleiost the
people now pay iu fictitious money to
Credit will be a, constant as grav
ity. Thu superabiiudaut issue of
scientific money, exchanged for bonds
and held, by the people tlnoughout
the United States, will cicate tin un
limited demand for interest at the
curt out rule, ami nil borrowers with
security to oiler will be able In se
lect, It out the multitude ol bondhold
ers seeking the current rate of inter
est, the creditor I hoy will favor by
paying the higher iiilc of intciest.
PORTLAND. April T. Receipts
for the week have, been: Cutllo. lllllll
calves, II; hogs. '.21)27; sheep, '1.121;
.Matkel steady to film. Receipt
have been somewhat more liberal
than last week. Hulk of tending was
done in the steer division. Ptiec av
eraged high, between 7.VJ.i aud 8.
Strictly prime beeves invariably real
Hid rff'.'J.'i. Ilulchcr stock w.s active
although the small number ol' cows
mid heifers offering was a disap
pointment. Hulls, slagw and calves
went to the shambles at steady pnee.
Swine trading steady to a shade
lower toward thu close. .Matkel open
ed with a rush .Monday when lops
brought $11.80 and ml winced to .ftMlO.
Recent runs have been liberal enough
lo supply pucker immediate needs,
the bitter was a facor of the late mar
ket and succeeded in pushing the
range back lo $!I.7.Y The market I
contjiilered steady on Ibis basts with
Ms..hiitlcM for advance or decline,
.Mutton iiuuket stead.v to slimmer
with u ivmaikablv sboit supply.
Iluyers unlit prime stock but it seems
to be senn-c. Liquidation is doubtless
retarded by the lambing season iu the
sheep raising districts at this season.
Prime wool ,v callings sdlliig at I'.'J.'
aud ewes at (I.U0 f calmed. Not u
single lamb sale was mude. .Mat let is
strong, $ 7.00 to $S 00.
.VOUCH TO Olir.tHKIHH,
I am Jiut cnnvulcHpliig from a sur
gleal operation tor appcndlollU and
find iiD-solf cuiisldurabiy Involved In
debt. To my creditors I desire to
state that I nm not going to take anv
advautngo of the bankruptcy law, but
am going lo maUo nil houcat effort to
Ri'ttlo my accounts dollar for dollar
My creditors luvvo generally been
rouuhlcialo and Imlulitcnt mid I iiuw
appeal to them to he patient nud ilv
mu n chniiro to ttiiilto good nud I will
pro into nil clnlmii mkivImhI mo and
iiinko paviuoutH mi them nil rnpldlv
uh clrctitiistnucoH will permit. Claim
ants urn rciqiuutrully requested to
present claim to K. K, Kelly, Klrst
National Hank building, In Medforn.
I destro to thank my creditors and
patrons for their good will and pa
tleucn mid particularly thu niirgeoui
who mirrctMfiilly treated inn.
DR. F, H. llAIUIKIt,
AdldiiB lllock, cor. Main nud Central.
WHERE TO OO
Wc Frattirc our Music uiitl Effects
Price Paid by Dealers
CA ULI FL0Wi:R-7oe.f l.'Jfl.
APPLLS - :it)c3? 7.V.
HONKV I06?13e lb.
CIDKR J.'ic gal.
CIIICKBKS lleiw, Mc.
HOnS- Dressed, Ho; alive (l',s.
SlIKKP l(fi 'IVtc.
POULTRY Mixed ihiekenH, lOo;
springs, I'.'o; drcwed, l'J(2Mu.
Hay nud (I'raln
OATS . 1.00.
HA V Vetch, .fll ton; grnin, .fl3.
1URLUY 7 ton.
f OHN-Sr ton.
None better anywhere at any prion.
Finn seleits at an exceedingly low
price "Knrllcsl of All" (not only n quick
gruvver, but ouo ot I lie fluent main
crop varieties, and a ureal keeper),
$1.50 per 100 pounds.
American Wonder, ft 'iC, per 100
Qur supply Is being handled
thiougb J. T. HltOADUIV AND J. O.
hCII.MIHT I'HIID MTOIIK.
Stoam and Hot Wator
All Work OunroMlxd
OOFFEEN & FRIOE
WHEN LINCOLN PAID
In two reels
A Civil War xlorv of gieul iulciesl
which will enu-e sHM'tnloiw to inn
lln etillrn giiunl of human emotion.
Seemw of lii'iul-ienderiiig palhos,
scenes of nielling temleruuss nud
seeiios of ballh) aud suuMilioimlisin
THE PRETTY GIRL IN LOWER
It'- a Thuuhoiiner.
Two Keystone Comedies
A DOCTORED AFFAIR
It's u not of fun
A RED HOT ROMANCE
up to the Kc)sIdiio standout
Afternoon 2 to 5 Evcnlnii 7 lo 10
ADMISSION 5c ami JOc
Howard Block, Tntrsnc on (lb
Horn rtion t.
Clark S Wright
U'.IHIIINUTO.N, D. O.
Public Land Mattnrs: ITanl Proof.
Desert Lands, Contest and Mining
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership firm of Mordoff Wooll
has been dissolved, Mr. Mordoff re
tiring from tho firm. All uccouittu
are payable at the sto.ro.
M. O. MORDOFF,
(1. M. WOOLF.
Dated April ,1, JU1CJ.
HOW TO TREAT AILING
Crowing children plnj hard nil I
work liurd at school, which will)
rapid growth uses up an cuormout
amount of energy and vitality that
must bo leplaced.
When a child Is tired all thu time.
no appetite, weak, dullcuto and sick
!', wc guurautoo Vino), our delicious
cod liver and Iron tonic, will Inilbl
them iiji, create u hearty appetite,
sound flesh aud muscle, tissue, pure
healthy blood, and make thun.
" Mary Lang of Altnoua. Pa., writes:
"Kvtir since childhood I have been
weak and delicate and my blood has
been thlu and poor. Many different
forms of treatment did mo no good,
but last spring I took Vlnol and not
I am so in null stronger and butter
that 1 want you to know It. I don't
know when I have foil so well and
vigorous as Ihavu since taking Vi
If Vlnol fulls to do just what wc
sny, wo will glvo bnclt jour money.
Medfoul Pharmacy, Mcdford, On
212 Turk Street
Finest popular priced
IJotcl in San Francisco
. . t-.tmi, f ,tM, , lil ,f.iff. f J, .l.fi.Liti X Ail-liA.lt
t ISIS THEATRE f
NAYDENE &. LERRI
Those R;itlme Kids
I'ltiiiiig their original Texas
The Peril ol the Dance Hall
A Corner In Crooks
The Inllurnce of Broncho Billy
I Keel iiu.jj Mr (I M. Anderson
............ JL.L J..L J.XAJLA fi.li . -
Til riTITVrTfTTVTTTTTTIl I II I
E. D. Weston
Official Photograplior of tlic
Mcdford Commercial Club
Interior ami exterior views
Negatives made anv time
and any place by appoint
ment. 208 E. Main Phono 1471
PICTURES IN TOWN
Notlco Is hereby given tljat tho
undersigned will apply at the regu
lar meeting of tho city councl) April
15, 1913, for a license to sell mult,
splrltoiis and vinous liquors ut 10
North Front street, for it period of
MURPHY & CO.
Dated April :i, 1013.
Jphn A, Perl
2Mf S. fULlVVfiUTf
Phones M, 471 an 478
Aw'boJauce Service peputy Porppcr
N. L. Townsend
PAINTKIt AND DIXOII.VIOH
Have Your Painting, Tinting and
Paper Hanging Done by a Practical
Mechanic. Prices Right. Satisfac
7IM Dennett Ave,
Wo carry ft vory conplote Una of
Jraporlis, lucn curtains, fixtures, ota,
nml .do all climui'S nt uiiliolstcrltig. A
Bpicliil rnvn to look uftcr this work
exclusively ami will ulvn as uonil
survlco us Is nosslblo to gst In uvea
the largest cltUs,
Weeks & McGrowan Co.
OPI.'.V Afltir 1ST
An extrHordiimrily clever Kdlkoii
"AFTER THE WELSH RAREBIT"
In which a cliibiimii dreama of tho
Inline lorbl. When he liuully wukos
up he fimU the nuting he got eaiuu
from I lie fiiv iduco. It's u llear.
TWO MEN AND A WOMAN
Ivnleni ' .
THE MOUNTAIN WITCH
..MAl'HICM COSTIILLA TONK1IIT.
Admission Aiwa) tho Haino
i o i-:ts n
Nover Moro. Never l.es
Orogon'H Mont iip-to-iluto Flro-proof
Warohuuuo with Uiirglar-proof
For rates apply
MEDFORD REALTY Si
f o p u 1 n r
lotcl in thu
City. Running didlillcd
ice water in ench room.
European Plan, a la Carte
Tariff on Rooms
CO roonu .
SO rooms . . .
CO rooms willi ptlrilt hlh
50 room viih privitt blh
30 sultoi, bedroom, par
lor and balh 3.00 each
For more than oneuueit add $1.00
extra to the above rate for
eacl) additional guest,
Reduction by week or month. l
Manaitmint Chtiltr tV, Ktllty ,
Umv of urlll uud Dluliig itooiu.