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9B0H0H PUTNAM, IWIlor and Mrr
under ina act
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(HftelM rpr of th City of Medford.
Official I'aper of Jackaon County.
Qua year, by mall
Onn month, by mall.
rr month, delivered by carrier In
- Jfodford, Jackaonvlll and Cen
Saturday only, by mall, per year.t
Weekly, per your. ..,,.
Dally avrrnjm tw-'icmrmaftins end
ng November SO, nil, aftSt, '
Tha Mall Tribune ts h aalo at tha
Ferry Nairn atand, San rrancleco.
Portland Hotel News Stand. r&rUand.
rnrUand News C. I'nrltatul. Ora.
yt. O. Whitney, sKutls. Wish.
JOLTS AND JINGLES
y Art Irswn
j Hod break-made jf vro&d,
i Fish-gonc-stery Kod. ,
Tho man who kicks when his paper
Js fifteen minutes Into should rc
wrruber that the Snt. Eve. Post was
two days late this work.
Wo know of a More that ha
flaunted a "closing out" sijin for see
cfal mouths and is still doinjj bust
hcss. bitch a. igu .when it means
nothing, doesn't add to ,tlie attract
iveness ol lue city.
Wc also know of n sign man's sign
that says his office is a place where
IJul then, perhaps wo have it in
for signs in general.
Wo are told that the fact that fish
ing season is coming has nothing to
do with the bunks closing at noon on
EAGLE POINT EAGLETS.
By A. C. Howlctt.
John Grcb, owner of tho El Hose
orchard, brought over a few sacks
of nice com for Mrs. Howlctt last
Hn. It. A. Felly, her daughter,
Miss Lillian, mid son George, arrived
from Texas Tuesday and was met at
tho Sunnysidc by her husband, who.
Jmts been working fur several months
on Ihe A. Corhin orchard. They arc
planning to rent u house hero and
liye among us.
Henry Daley, the young man who
has been sick for several mouths mid
was taken to Med ford for medical
treatment, wus brought home to hit
grandfather's, A. J. Dnlpy, Tuesday
audi expired today, Weduesdqy, April
j, a,t 2:15 p. in. A juofe emended
uotieo will bo given later.
Work Fool is getting Tcady to
plant corn and has had a nice corn
marker made at Mathews & Kslicr'a
I wish (o vail the attention of tho
city council to the fact that wn have
hut one bad mud hole in tho coporqtc
limits of our lovrn juul (lit wq)ild be
such a hight in t.tiily like Jvcvv Turk
or jjredford that it would attruct
more uttentiou than an Italian organ
ist vith his monkey, mid the ridicu
lous part of it is that it s righ in
front of the (own hall uud right
wjiero the mail carriers have to drivo
when they bring tho mail to tho post
office. It is n disgrace to tho town
uud should he fixed, and as I believe
every one of our couueihnen uud the
mayor are readers of the Mail Trih
il ne, I thus enll their attention to it.
Miss Uuth Warner of Trail went
up home Monday on the Eagle Point
and, Persist stage. She has been
stopping in Central Point for some
Miss Cornell Juekson who mukea
her liuine in Untie Full.', has conclud
ed jo remain with her parent until
1 jru llirdio Qillespy of. Medford, a
sister-ill -law of our townsmen, Jame
Gellospy, is here visiting his family,
"vMrs. M. L. Dailey eamo out Tues
day evening to meet with the Hc
b'eekn lodge here that night. Miss
Mattio Mintcr utn enino from her
hvme to utctid the meeting of tho
Gcorgo Trusty p Elk Creek cumo
qui Jo visit his byolitcr-in-luw, Henry
Chihlreth nnd Wednesday morning
relumed and took Mrs. Cbildrcth mid
jiarj of tho chihlrefi vtm him. (
John A. Perl
fliOHea M.' 471vHi 47
Atubuliuce Service Deputy Coroner!
MORGAN'S FAVORITE MAXIM.
T1II3 gigantic oiu'rnlioii.s coiulurti'il by J. IMorponl
lorgau wero built upon fonfitlonoo in tho future of
his country. His favorite niaxiin was lia father's .saying:
Any mail who U n bear on tho future, of tho United States will go
broke. There will ho many tlmos when things will look dark and cloudy
In America, wheto every one will think there hn been over-dovclopmunt.
Hut remenibcr, yourself, that tho growth ot that vnet country will take
cam of It all. Always be a bull on America.
"Without discussing tho merits or demerits of Morgan's
course in discounting and cashing the future, tho advice
is both patriotic and sound. And if it is good advice J'or
tho nation as a whole, it is far better advice for the entire
Pacific Coast, with its multiplicity of resources and its
"What is true of the entire Pacific Coast is equally truu
of Oregon and more particularly of tho finest part of
I Oregon tho Koguo Uivor valloy. The Woguc Kivor valley
is still 411 its infancy ol development. At nas nut one rail
road. It lias no outlet to the sea. Consequently its wealth
of mineral nnd timber stand
that has been done is to scratch a limited portion of its
soil and partially utilize its -wonderful horticultural and
agricultural resources. Its climate and scenery, its great
est assets, have never beep conunercializcd.
Tho Pacific west, particularly tho northwest, is des
tined to become the most populous portion of America,
because the most desirable to live in. The resources that
will sustain that populatioii aVo here they only lack de
velopment. "With each passing year, an ever increasing
stream of humanity will find its way to locate permanently
where every prospect pleases, where, blizzards, cyclones
and floods tire unknown, where there is seasonal variety
ift climate sufficient to Iceep the race vigorous.
Every part of the Pacific west is destined to grow
more or less rapidly in the coming years. There may come
temporary lulls, but they will be made up by spurts later
on. And none of the towns with a future have as many
natural and geographic advantages for rapid development
as Medford. Its future is as certain as tomorrow, for with
the people will come the needed capital to unlock the re
sources and build the railroads.
Morgan's inaxhn is a good maxim. Apply it locally.
STevcr lose' faith or become discouraged with your home
town and county, it' it is Oregon. To parphrase it:
"Anv man who is a bear on the future of the Rogue
"River valley and Medford, will go broke. There will be
many times when things will look dark and cloudy in the
northwest, when everyone will think there has been over
development. But remember, yourself, that the growth
of this yast gountry wtJl take enru of it all., Always bo a
bull on-the Rogue Rivfr valley; "
NOME, Alaska. April ll. Near
lug Clrclo City today, four dog teams
aru running a closo race for the
15000 In tho all-Alaska sweepstake
raco. Uarring accident tho teams
will reach Clrclo lato this evculn-c
and bo ready for tho getaway on the
homo stretch after a short, rest.
Two thousand persons watched
tho start over tho 4 12-nillo course.
Tho teams belong to Tommy lllayok,
John Johnson, llussol lion en nnd
Fay Daltcuc, Mm. C. K. Darling and
"Scotty't Allen. Allen, driving tho
last team, Is favorite In tho betting.
Johnson la lrilng 31 Siberian
wolves, tho largest team over entered
in the race. At Solomon, Johnson
and Allen went driving nock and
neck, with Datzcuo und lllayok S
minutes behind. At Council, John
son was carrying a dog with a
wrenched leg, which, under tho rules
ho must carry over tho entire cours?.
Two of his other dogsarp showing
fatigue, and ho seems tired, too
many dogs to handlu being tho cause,
11011 and Dalzeno wero running
pretty even, lllayok. Jogging along n
tew minutes behind. Tho 15000
purso will bo divided three ways, CO
per cent to the winner, 25 per cent
to the second and IS per cent to the
LOW LEVEL REACHED
NEW YOriK, April 11, Prices
reached a low level In today's stock
market, although tho pressure wp.s
not bevere. Trading was dull ut
times. New York Central touched
10S, the lowest since ,1911, and
Union Pacific, Heading and Amal
gamated Copper .lost fractions. The
market closed Irregular,
lionda were easy."
PRIEST RIVER BANKER
IS ROBBED Op $2000
. Sl'OKANk, Wash., April 41. Ac
cording to Information telephoned
hero from Jrlest Jtlyer, Idaho, L,ee
Derry, cashier ot tho Citizens' Stalo
bank, wus held up und robbed of
12000 In tho bank's oidco yesterday.
After tho robber had secured tho
monoy ho locked Horry In tho vault,
and before Uorry could effect his
release, had escaped, Posses are.
searching for tho rohlier, who la
armed with uu automatic revolver.
MW7)TT0nn MATT) TRTTlum MP)T)FOTW. OKKOON, 1WTDAY, 'VUh 11, 101!U
untouched. Practically all
NACP, ArU., April 11 After u
day ot Inaction tho constitutionalists
under General Obregon drow closer
to Naco, Sonora, today, and General
Pedro OJeda, commanding tho gar
rison, prepared to glvo battle.
Obregon's command consists of
S00 men,, the, remainder ot tho rebel
forces having withdrawn from the
vicinity of Naco.
Urlsk firing between tho outposts
of the contending forces continued
throughout tho night, Tho casual
ties, It auyt, nrt unknown.-,
SALEM, Ore., April II.---In reply
to on iiupiiry from I'hilip 8. Hates
of I'orllnud, secretary f tho Oregon
State Thresher' Association, As
sistant Attoruej (leneray Van Winkle
today gave iii opinion that the work
men's foinpc'iisntion law doc not in
elude threnhiug muehiiie in its pro
t Nous. If the law should be con
strued, however, to include, hu ad
vised that it would be necessary for
the operators to udviso the industrial
accident commissitii if they did not
want to be subject to the law.
Louis Illll, chairman ot the board
of directors of the Ureaf Northern,
passed through Medford Thursday
evening on his way north.
A. K. Clark, Hull Moose candidate
for United States senator nt the re
cent general election, Is visiting A.
K, It earn oh of this city.
lut loogctt in Uundfring hold jlupe.
Try them it will py you., Th newcil
lupe ! tho Pembroke, wilh L1NOCORD
Pembroke, 131 In. Kemell, 2 3l( In.
Chatham, 2 In.
GEO. p. IDE ft CO.
AIjiI At-kcrj ol Ui Sh.'rli
S Tnoy. H V,
BUD ANDERSON STILL
A 10 TO 8
LOS AKdELES. ('!., April 11.
Ihid Atiderxoii remain 10 to H fa
voi Ho ver l. O. llitiwn today for
their scheduled 'JO-nminl match ill
Vernon April 1". There tippaivully
it little H row il money; tiitil tho udds
aru likely to lengthen unlets Dumb
lau Morgan, the New York fighter's
manager, who is ennuile In Los An
geles, lirinyrt jpiokitig for his num.
lloth boys were nelive lodny, ouch
boxing several rounds. Ilmwn went
on the nmtl for uu hour. Knelt is
said lo be near the weight bill neither
will mount tho sonic- in public.
Anderson wilj do h'w final boxing
Sunday. On Moiidnv "ml Tueday he
will eonflim hiinplf lo light work.
Drown plans u strenuous final three
MISS EMERSON 10
LONDON, April It. Contrary, to
her prediction during her lato trial,
Mrs. I'aukliurat did not attend last
nights suffragcttu meeting at Albert
hall. Mrs. Flora Drummoud, who
presided, announced donations ot
J7.J)00 as a result of "self denial
Miss Zollo Kmersou, the American
suffragette, who Is confined In a pri
vate hospital following a Jail sen
tence for militant activities, has de
veloped appendicitis, according to
Dr. Moullln. Ho thinks nu Immi
nent operation ts nccetary.
MERCURY TAKES A
SODDEN LEAP UPWARD
Tho mercury took a sudden leap
skyward Thursday afternoon and be
fore It stopped it had touched SO, an
unusual mark for this srasou of the
year. Wind followed, but was warm,
the minimum Thursday night being
Tho weather man says It will rain
The Gold Dust Twins9
THE floors and doors appear io wait until tho dust germs con
reflate; Ihc housewife hails each dawning day with (J rim and
harrowing dismay. Says she: "My work will NEVER" end;
o'er dusty stretches I must bond, until, with aching back and hands
I finish what the day demands."
,, ' i Then
ihe I nnd in.
'r rn I ' . -
iiuwiMina-wuufu i oniimisi.
Girl I hold work its nighs and smiles. She
work nnd thn endless doors, until when Hubby saw them, too,
reflections said: "Why, howdy-do!"
"The Gold Dust Twins," said she, "I find, help Icavo tho woes
of dust behind. Each mark of sticky hands on doors, each tread of
vAr &2M MFZEs'Tfafc,
jMw'n. I (L. d AiMkX P
fl'i'Hi u 'fjsi:'
' i irci anu wear.
From kitchen floor to bedroom, suite, these tireless little chaps make
neat, and best of all, the sum expense is measured up in meager cents.
They put both dust and dirt to rout and, run the last old microbe out.
1000 Rooms Wanted
In order to accommodate the people attending the Odd IVIIoivs
Grand Lodge and Itebekali Assembly tu bo hold In Medford' Muy
Pill out printed blank below and mall to John A. Perl, Sec,
Itoom Committee', not later than April 20, In order that list can lit
Wo will have rooms avallublo from May 20 to 2a ati
HooniB with bath 0 per day for ono nor-
, i i
son; S per day for two uersoiis.
Rooms wjthoi bath Q per du'y , for one
person; , per day for two porsous.
Street nnd Nuumbor..
Kamo ,., ,,
Klre shortly u(lor noon today de
stroyed the liomn ot Charles lsnnen
on the Kagln Point road. Tho high
wind made It Impossible tu fight the
flames. Tho origin of the flro Is
WASHINGTON. April II. Gov
ernment receivership ot tho Uuloii
I'nrlflo railroad Is probable If tho
United States court III St, Louis does
not approve the new Harrlman mer
ger dissolution plan, according U
announcement hero today.
Ah is the euo with nil new meth
ods of performing old tasks vacuum
eleiiiug, with its widespread public
intcie-l, tins ultrueled the nimble dol
lar seekurs, who, lucking inventive
skill uud of limited facilities or re
xourecs, seek to sell pooily tleoigut'H
uud cheaply constructed vacuum
elcauiug devices to the uninformed.
An efficient und durable vacuum
cleaner imit of ucecttv be com
pact in form, with no working part
It muat he HkIiI cuuiikIi Iii weight
In render it inisil.v movable.
It uiut tin visit suction of sufficient
strength and uapaeity to clean thor
oughly mid rapidly.
It should have tm moving brushes
receptacle should not be exposed to
to wear floor covering's mid its dust
Having siimmatized the essential
requirement" of u desirable cleaner,
we now t for .inn the National, Va
cuum Cleaner with full confidence
in our product and invite comparison
in eoiiiKlitive tests to substantiate
Have ou had u demonstration!
If not, whv not Call up The Mall
Tribune offjeo and one tf our sohe
ilors will call at mice. Call Mam ".
Mrs. Jones, one afternoon, drop-
at limn most nnnnrlnni. An
; . 1 .. . .
hub Know inn vvnea 01 noiiac-
how she polished floors and wood
muddy feet on floors, all fade beforo
tho slightest touch of Gold Dust, and
the work is such that, when the
woodwork has been dono, I find
said work was only fun." This
lino of reasoning must show that
tn08e who've tried it OUGHT lo
find that there's a Grouch in ev'ry
Grind, invito the Gold Dust Twins
to share such tasks' as tiro and
FOR UNION PACIFIC
.Sow Is (lie Time lo (let Hid of Tliene
There's no longer tho sllghtust
need of feeling ashamed of your
freckles, au a now prescription plh
lite double strength -has been dis
covered that Is glial aliteod to io
luovo these homely spots.
Hlmply get an ounce of olhlno
double fdrmigth from your drug
gist and apply a Utile of It at night
and morning and you should soon
see that even the worst freckles have
begun to disappear, while tho lluhtcr
ones have vanished entirely, It la
seldom that morn than au ounce Is
needed to completely clear tho skill
and gain a beautiful clear complex
lie sure to ask for the double
strength othlno an this Is sold under
guarantee ot money back If It falls
to remuvo fieekles.
'ZoroU'iio loaves prac
tically no carbon. It
"stands up" under
any speed and heat.
Bold In M, 1 and C gallon
cans tho small cant flat
shape, cfty to hnndto Juit
fit lu tho tool box.
For Kdlo IJicryvvbero
Standard Oil Corap'y
YES ! YES ! YES !
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Saturday Matinoo ' '.
GO TO IT
KalomlB Wontorn Frontipi-'Picturo
"The Last Blockhouse"
A vivid porlea.Mil of Indian warfare, based upon bib
torieal incidents, in two reels.
And in addition
THREE OTHER LICENSED PICTURES
Pathe "THE INFERNAL PIG" Comody
Solig"THE UNDERSTUDY" Drama
Patho "THE OLD HOME OF THE POPES' "
IT IS BIGGER AND
PERFECT VENTILATION-r-ABSOLUTELY FIRE
PROOF COMFORTABLE"- -CLEAN
ADMISSION ALWAYS THE SAME ' '
GO TO If
WHERE TO OO
ISIS THEATRE I
WARD AND ST, CLAIR
Tim Oiirtlrn of Harmony.
Cuiiicilv, Novelty, .Muslenl Act,
With Kleeliieal KlTeels.
Pliuloilnys Frlilay ami Salur
ilay: A CHANCE DECEPTION
( if m u' Itingniph.)
" THE FIRE COWARD1
THE COLLEGE CHAPER0NE
(Silig f'oinid.V )
Matlncc Saturday mill Similay
Alwiijs hi the l-ad
I lllllil IVel of ".Mutual" films loot)
Till! IIAsWl'l, IIO
l'leaaliig Comedy Dntmu
Tllll. I.ATH.Vr M'AIHC
It's' a I'lylng "A"
"A KI.MO.VA TII.UlHnV"
Stl.NTJ Mt'SIf HI'I'ltiTS
Afternoon 2 to 5 Evenlnrj 7 to 0
ADMISSION 5c and 10c
what ii i'i'i:.si:i to joxiw
as told by
Senior Class M, II. S. April 17 aud IH
April 21st and 22ud
i.itta:vr ikti:i, in wuhi.hto,
BETTER THAN EVER
aild 5C NEVER LESS
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