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MEDFORD, OMWON, Tl'KSIMV, MAY 1,'J, una.
X A ANA
TO CREATEPAN C
Secretary Dnnlcls Ailmlts Drnwlnns
(or Baltic ship Pennsylvania Taken
From Construction Office Nlht of
March 1 No Clues Ohtalncil.
WAHIIINOTO.V, Mny 13 Official
WnnliliiKton wit up mrulght today and
nil nort of rumni lurtcd when It
wn admitted by Heerotnry of thu
Nnvy Daniel Unit Dim phiun of Hit
battleship JNituiH) Ivntilit huo bceii
Heerulnry Daniel adinltlml Dint
purl or Hit' pi Mi Vanished on tlio
iiIkIiI of March nnd llm rol Inter.
They lint) been aprend on u tnblo In
the hurenu of coiiatriuiton officii In
Hut imvy department where urclil
tvctH worn nl work.
Tho aumuiilun caused by the dlp
penninco o( Hi" plan wiir In nartt nl
Inycd when Heerotnry Daniel (indit
ed tlutt liny wore utiliiiportatit ami
would ret on I no secret worth while
to tlio 0110 Mill) purloined (belli.
It I admitted lit llii' nnvy dcimrt
iiiuiit Hint not n kIiihIo rlue linn boeu
nhlnliicd to tho whereabout of the
vtiuUhcd plan or n to Hih n.out
who Mtoln them
REFUSE 10 MERGE
WASHINGTON, Mm 1.1. The two
day ii Chicago uliuh ri'ulilii'iiii
lender oiillincil plans for iirgim
llug Hie mrtv wiih defended liv the
republican loKiilur here today mill
tleriileil by hnimu proxrcii.
"The inri'liHK lit CIiiuuko," Mil' I
ItcpmsciitMlvo iniiebnimli of 1111-
iiul, a progressive, "indicate Hie ir
reconcilable diffcrcucca of Hie old
inrly. The only course for pnmrcs
stvu republicans to enter thu prKrcu
siwi purly. i:eiitiuilly thev will."
ItcpriikMitutivo .Moore of l'cnmyl
iiiiln, regular republican, mild:
"It Ih not time lo attempt rcpub
lleiin ii'iirnmiijuilion. All Hie trouble
In the imrty Iihh reunited from pre
teittiwi of purity on one hnnd nntl mi
warranted neeiiHAtioii on Hie other.
The sifting proeewi ihiidI mime, to
discover wlin the run I rcpuhlicniiH
"Itvecpt for diffeienee of pHrly or
gniihrulliin," said Semilor Pnlnde
ter, "lint llllle divnleti Ihe republi
can who unit nt Clnoiigii .oterduy
from the progreeshos. Their illogi
cnl position in at tt'iiiptiiiK to work
with thu regular icpublicnu ! daily
becoming nmie eMilent "
WASIIINOTON', Mav i:i. Clung
lug gowiriiincnt officials with a "pio
pugiimhi of ehiirneter iniifcimitliiiir"
noil ridimillnx the Nnlioniil (Icokiii
phienl Society, Dr. Frederick A. Cool,
in mi open letter to Pnsddent WiIkoii
lodny asks Hint u commission of
I'olar explorer be immeil to investi
gate liirt claim mid Hint of Adniirnl
Koliuit Iv, Peary In the discoiury of
the North Pole. Writing from Chi
eugn, Dr. Cook snys:
"The fiitmo of my ohildrun de
mauds mi exposition of the unfair
inetliiidrt of Hie nrin-ehnir (eo;i'iiph
era in WindiiiiKtim. However, 1 do
not iihI; llm ndiiilnUlrnlioii lo ilefeud
inu or my poslerily, hut 1 do l
that the men who draw Nalnries 1'unii
Hie uiiliou uoveruuieut he made
iiiiMwerahlu for a pnipanunilii of
eli nine ter iiHhiiMHiuation. Anion)
tliiwii in Willis Mooto mid olherH of
the no-fulled Niitiounl (leoraphieal
CINCINNATI CAR STRIKERS
VOTE UPON ARBITRATION
CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 3!l.
The Hlreet eur'htiiKera lime today are
votiiiK "ii neeeptmiee or rejeetiou of
the luiiynr'ri plan that Ihe employes
of the enr eompiiiiy hIiiiII operatu the
en ih prnillnt,' arbitration. Tlio com
pany hint night necepled thu mayor's
plan. It in helieved It iiIho will ho
l'avou'd hy tho men.
Cynical Amusement at and Hearty
Praise for Efforls of Secretary In
Intcrfcrrlnn In California's Dispute
With Japan hy London Papers.
LONDON May 13 -Cynlnal ntuiiiH
meiit nt unit bearty prnlno for Hie
nf tin In of Hecrelnry of Ktate Itrynn In
luterferliiK In (.'iillforiila'H tllsptitu
with Japnii nro olceit hum today by
ilirrereul tiunlliiK London itiillltw.
The Dully .Mall refer to Itrynn nn
n "lilnhly liioxunrlHiiieit illplouiiitlHt."
It wiy that Jaimu'a propoanl to refer
the ilUputo lo Thu lluuiie nhoillil he
accepiiiit with (ffiulon by Hiieb on
iMit IniHlitttt for International nrUlt ra
tion it Mr. Ilryiut." It eeueluibw:
"With ho many linn) nuts to enit-h
In libt own iwrtleulnr ilopnrtmeiit. It
ih'ihh iimiervRMiry for thin eminent
lilmillt to illslinte IiIh imnrxlM In
prepiirlim for the mllluiiliun."
The Pall Mall (Incite nl) tnkiw
a fltnx nt the propoiMil Hint The
llHK'ie IimII arbitrate Initwiiiiii Cull
fornl nntl Jnpan. It miw:
"If It u true Hint Jhimii vtlsheit to
enrry Hie California Inml iihmHiiii tol
Tho IIiiiih trlbunnl. wo umy ahortl)
obtain n f rM It f it I Iumhiii In tho prai-
tlenl limit of xrWtrHtloti. If the
Clilhe mill Jnpnnmie are to hnw
fnc t-iitr) to the I'Melfle cot it
cin I'voutuntly the extirpation of
white labor from thai region AM
the arbitration In the wurlil will no;
lrtiil the iMopl of thn wvtern
tuiH tlmt t a their duty to kUo up
their bread nmt butter to nn ulloi.
rnre. nmt we linnnlnii how iniiiili like
llhiHid there I of tue povurumeiit nt
'uhliiKtim tnhlriK iiietitiire to on
fore.t nrh an nwnril nltiHt It own
Ntibjix't. Wo nil uulil rather like to
M' the PMinrlniont for It unefulnuMi
In UrlnglDb' drtMinem Iwrl; to hard
Of the l-onilou pnper which np
plniid llrynn the Chronicle nil ex
ample. It iih: "Mr, Itrynn alwn
hn been n nmt npostle of pence nnd
now hn a iiiaK'illlcetit opportunity
to do pnutknl work."
WArilllMiTON, Mil) 13 If J on
can't be true and lonl to yum own
tnte ami It ltnl miikm and wool
ludiiHtrloM, don't rumu back to Colo
rndo." Till wit the eeiillmunt oxpretked
on Inholn titlached to montl lutter
from IiIh eonHtlttieut rucelol hen
today by Henntor Thonm of Colo
rado ThomiiH luillonttw (bat he will
leld to the protwure and Hint IiIh
ot will be cast iiKitluit the Under
wood tariff bill.
RECORD HIGH PRICE
FOR BEEF IN PORTLAND
I'OUTLANI). Ore, Ma 111. The
extreme IiIkIi record price wan
leached for froxh beef In the local
market today when utuor offeiliiK
limited at 1 1 !i euut pur poiuiil b
local whokuuileru, a Hheer advaiiio of
one cent a pound over thu prevloim
AcconlliiK to a local pnekur the
market Ih iiuuuiinlly firm uery whore
iiIoiik tho (Hllllt,
Kor the firm time lu Portland the
price of beef U IiIkIiui- than pork,
WILSON GIVES $300 TO
WAASIllNflTON, Mav LI. -I'tchi.
deul WiIkoii today Iiuh increased hy
:I0H a popular fund hciiitf iniM'il
here for mi emergency hisiilul,
"I'm sorry 1 cannot wvo it liti'Kcr
amount," Haid he paiileiit uh he
hlKiicd the check.
a i i i ci ! i t i irf .
SENATE TO ACT ON PROBE
OF WEST VIRGINIA STRIKE
WASIIINOTON, .Mill" 1!). Senator
Kiuii'h rcHolutioii for a coiiKieHhionul
iiivedlipition of thu Went ViiKinia
eoal strike will eoiiie up in thu mii
ate latu llila afternoon.
Terms of Treaty hy Which Balkan
Allies ami Turks Cease Flnlitlnn,
Made Puhllc Peace Commission
to Settle Disputed Details.
LONDON, Mny 13.Tlio term of
tho tienty by w-hluli thu lliilknii nllbm
nnd tho Turk are to lay down their
nruiH were publlhil here today. The
pea (0 pnol I ('oiiipumtd of Keuu ttoc-
Turkey, uceordliiK to the turiim, I
to nhniidon all territory In Hnropo
went of a Hue riuiuliiK from Kaon on
the Aofiwui koii to .Media on thu
lllnek mii, oxvupt Albania. The fron
tier line anil tho dlnpoMlHou of Al
bania are left lo n eoiiiiiilmilon which
the ruler of I'nincH, Itiitwla, (ler
inaiiy and KhkIiiiiiI will jointly mip-
Hreifcu I lo Nt Crete, but thu
powoni' eomiiil(un I to dveblii the
tUHittloii of tho (Inlllimll iHitilnniiln,
the TurkUb laluiid In the AuKonu
(, the eh ItidHiHMlty to he paid
nnd other flimnrlnt inntter
NKW YOKK. Mny LI. I.endiiiK
Mtoek Marleil on h lee hIikIiH
nbove yentenUy' eloo hi Hit open
inc of the market toddy ujthoiixh
weekliewi of Mime of the lean aetie
atoi'k mi vii Hie market mi irienular
upMMimiee. Jeiey Cent nil, Cmiiii
iUhii I'aiific Mini Itcllilelii'iu Steel full
Imek n Hiint or iimre eovh.
SoMiD offcut on Hie 'day V (niillns
whn notivenblo when the fincit'U imir-
ket re-iipeinil in a more cheerful
lone nfter u triple holiday. This
cimimmI moderate buying for limlou
lUMHiuul, lint iineerlaiuty continued to
ehuniflcrixu Hie ileulinc. Deopito
hekitaiiev neribed to vurioun tilit-et-tied
pnibleiii Iiuiikiiis; over the mar
ket, Steel, AiiiMlKHUiiiteil, I'nion I'll
etlie, ( bc-apeake mid Ohio mid the
coaler roe liarpl. The tniirket
elo'-eil Lurlv troiiK.
lleudi were irreKUbir.
CIIICAOO, May LI. The defence
of .lack .lulini-on, ncKro puu'iliM, on
trial here for ulleKcd xiMatiotiH of
the Maun while tduo net, Iman to
day. It wiih expected that .lohiiMiii
would take the ktaud latu thin after
noon. DuriiiK the mnriiiiie. Mion Itainey
I'urey, a negro (miner, lomified of
automobile trip, he mid Johnson had
uiailo in the eut, but denied Hint
Hell Sehreiber ever accompanied the
BE SENT 10 SCHOOL
LOS ANtiLl.l'.S, Cnl., May LI.
A iiiiet Mimuicr in Southern Cnlifor
niii nnd utter that nt IcuM two more
yearri of school, is the proKiam in
raiiK'cil today, lor Itamomi llorden, 17
year old dauuhter of Ouil llorden,
couileuxeil milk tiiilliounitc, who litis
rcaehed tho home of her mothcr'A
parenlH at Alhtimbiii after twice
drnppiue; from t)ii of relatives in
New Jcie. nnd New Yoik.
In coiupuiiy with her mother, Mii
llorden is at the home of her Kfaiul
father, L. II. Yulk. Iloth the niil
mid her mother a to httid to ho in ex
cellent health. Thev have, taailo no
definite phuii for the hummer.
BRYAN OFF TO SPEAK
AT HARRISBURG BANQUET
WASIIINOTON, Mav 13. Seero-
tnry of State Hryuu today started for
UariUhurg, l'n., whero ho will bo tlio
juineipal bpeaker nt a Jeffersotnan
EOR LEADING SIOCKS
Action of Students In Taklnp Places
of Strikers Arouses Lahor Leaders
to Threaten Appropriations for
Hutjc University at Berkeley.
HACWA.MK.VTO. c May J
fhe people of California, through
their li'KiWiitor, Iihmi Jiut appro
prialed u Kriiml lotnl of ;i,78 1,000
lo llic Uiiivj)rity of Cnliforniii,
ii renter nmnuiit limn ever before.
Thi money U coiitrihuted hugely
IlinniKli the dime mid the dollar of
Hie workincineu of the letc.
While Hi legislature wiih piihiiiK
these upprpprlutioiHi liillx, uuiteixily
mudeiiU, rilliciHcd on the (axon of
thoe who toll, H'riiii taking Ihe joint
of employes of tlm I'ncifio On, ami
Klei'tu'c C'oiupnyy, now- out on xtrike.
Thu mime HiIiik, it i pointed out. Ims
happened befon iluriiiu iuduMiiiil
I'liltiiiu the0 fiicti toKctlicr. (lie
H'oiMnc people of the Mute nre today
u lilfa lint iAttlti rukBitluiafil uuUiiejilliu I
i.. -- ,.;. .1- i.Ji.
keiitutive f orffiiiMed labor.
There lin bceu talk nt Ihe capitol.
mid it i sniw1ut Indav, of involvinit n
iitfcrwtiliim or fje unierity niprn
print mil bilk.
It Iihm erved ftttther to deenly ew
phuio the dulflrmiiuiliou of lajior to
MTiire ii re present "tue on the bimrd
of iccontH. So far there Iiuh never
been it repreenelie ot the common
Hplc on Htm bmird which directn the
ledto of the people' ciuWc.
TO ARRESI SIX
l).ie Puller deputy United Htntcs
tnartibnl, nrrived from Portland Tue-
dny mornliiK to tnku Into custody nix
prominent local men on n charge of
RtnrtliiK foreat fire. Tho six uru
Wlll Muller, lliiHll OrcKory. Dr. B. It.
Seely. M. S. llldeu, Short) Mile nnd
K. C. Ilnrt. Thu men will he placed
nniler nrrevt this nfternoou. They
will bu nllnwcHl to kIvu bond.
It I undorUood Hint Jack Crlbblo
of thu forout Hervlcu filed tho com
plaint. The party left a cnmpflro
buriiliiK on IcivIiir camp which Is
Hald to have xtnrted a dlsaatrous
blnze. The crime Is ealil to have
been cpmmitted two gummom ago.
CIIAKLBSTOX, W. Vn., May 13.
"Klnla" was written today to tho la-
bur Iwulor n ml utrlkers In West Vlr
Klula by military courtmartltil by an
nnnoiiiicemeut to that effect by (iov
uruor Hatfield. Thu KOernor do
elnrcs that hereafter any oharKoa
ni;aliiht striker will bo turned over
to the civil nuthorules.
It U believed thnt this decision
marks tthc near abolition of military
rule In the l'.ilnt Creek district.
where a state of practical wnrfate be
tween coal mluers and companies'
deputies litis existed for months.
ART STUDENT CONVICTED
OF SECOND DEGREE BURGLARY
SAN FKANC1SCO, Oil., May 111.
Mis JcfMe Cliftoiii the yetuiy: Utv
erdtilc, ("at., tut htuilent, today was
found guilty of hurj;liir.v in Hie seo
ond degree by a jury in Judge Tra
buceo'h court. She will bo xeutenced
Mihs Clifton wiih nt rented two
mouths ugo as one of the Shea guiic,
of youiiK men and women burglars.
When Ihe verdict wns imuiouueed Ihe
girl' mother collapsed and Mis Clif
ton became hysterical.
STILLWELL INDICTED FOR
NF.W YOKK, May III. Recently
ucimittcd by the slate senate of bri
bery charges preferred liv fleorco A.
Koudiill, president ot the Now York
Hankuotu eoiupauy, Stuto Senator
Stephen J. Stilwell today stands in
dieted by u grand jury on biniilar
Philippines and Havaii Desired by
Nipponese Who Think They Arc a
Great Nation and Consider Califor
nia's Action a Slur on Them.
SAN FIIANCLSCO. Cnl.. Mny LI.
"Thu old men of Japan think what
the yeunj: men uy, mid the hitler
covet the I'hilippine ami lUwMiian
'litis v;n the iliKilHratioii here lo
dny of Jti'v. .Milton I. CIuieit,
nophow of the lute Satmivl L. fle
ment (.Murk Twnlu) who nrrived
here toijny on the steamer I'orniM
from JupHii, whore for three ymm he
liHit been u teacher of HhkJMi in the
(Morumeiit elieolx nt Yokohama nnd
CnliforninV nttitudu on the alien
Innd bill, Clemen il. hex emiied a
decided channc of front in the .IhM
iicko feeliiu; toward AmerieiiNH nnd
lHl-' Muilctl with the fuel tlmt In
i not in i-yinKith.v with the ediicn
tioiml proiHtunnda of the Oriental-,
cau-ed bin return to Ameriea.
"The war with Itu-.in." Midi (Tch
enma toilay. m1mh timde Jhkiii ereat
in her own vyv. Tlio loHt of her
people i that -be h a nntion of the
firm cla-a and the alien land move
ment in California ii taken n- an in
ference Hint xht i not what i-lie pro
fons (o be.
"I am cnntrHttieil to the belief
that there will be no wnr between
Japan mid the United Stntes but if
war should come it will be (IKe-trous
lo Japan, win or oe."
TO BURN BODIES
OF REBEL SLAIN
DOL'ULAS, Ariz.. .Mav Ll.-ICero-
seue i beitijr hippfd todny from No
t;aliw, Soiiorti, to Oiiaymns to burn
tho budieti of eight hundred Mexican
federal nnd coiiMitutionnlUt i-oldier
reported to have been killed in a
three dayn' battle near Hie latter
city. The federals were beaten, but
Private de.-patche e.-tiiuate the
dend at eiylit hundred. More than
om! thoii-aml were rvxrted.
Attompth nre beim: made to dispose
of the bodies of the dead through bur
iut nnd cremation. Unutumlly vvnnu
weather prevail about Guayiuns,
however, nnd oil wns ordered from
Novate to facilitate the cremation
and guard npiin-t pestilence.
J. 1). Doner of Upland, Calif., to
dny purchased the A. K. Ware home
and ranch south of the city and Ihe
W. C. Kisur ranch near Jacksonville.
The consideration, which wns made
through a trade, nnuiuuls to $70,000,
tho Ware raiieh t1iiriug ut .f'JS.OOO
mid the Riser much til $l'J,000. Mr.
Doner will move to Medford to live
mm win uriug iiiree otuur laninioa
Tito trude for the Wnre liuiuo nnd
ranch was. niude by C. D. Hoy. Mr.
Wine gets mi e-lablisliud hardware
biisiue.s ut Upland mid inteudn to
leave next year to take uetivu nitiit
iigenieut. A two-story luiek building
ligures in Hie Kiser trude which was
intide through tho York & Co. oftice.
Mr. Kiser, owner of the ranuh, lives
in Itedfield, S. D.
HUSSEY'S OLD STAND
W. L. Jitdkius, representing a
string of ,", 10 ami 13 cent blores litis
bought tho stock, locution and fix
tures of Hrowu & Whitney, formerly
tho Hussey business on West Mtiiu
street. Ho will open itboiit Juno 13
witlt new stock and an up-to-date
store. Mr. Jmlkins will bring his
family hero to live. He ut one time
managed the St. Charles Hotel at Albany,
Flat Cliarfles That Republicans Seek
to Create Disaster, Made in Senate
Business Wants Uncertainty Ended
but Stand-Patters Seek Delay.
WAHIIINOTON. Mny in. Hy n
vote of 48 to 3 1 the donate tils after
noon wont into exectulro sosslon,
theroby automHtlcally dolaylng ac
tion on Senator Penrose motion for
public hi.MrltiR on the Underwood bill
nnd preventing any aotlnn on tho tar
iff until thu next regular meeting.
WASHINGTON, May 13. Flat
chnrycH thnt ruHiblienn meiubcrri of
the -eitate geek lo ileioy nctiou on
the I'mlerwrtod tariff bill until an
art ideal pretext in raived in order to
briitff about ii panic, were voiced here
today by democratic lenders. The
MMiale wan Hcheilnli'd to vote this
aftenxHin on Senator l'eoro-e'.i rc-o-lulion
proviilinr Hint the i-enntc fi
ne nee committee itoudiict open tariff
hearing before cnnaidirnitkui of the
mcHfUre it bffnin. The democrnti
expeet to rejwt't the imtu.
The ilumoerntH ny that the busi-iieH-
world wniita the Uncertainty re
j;n riling (lie tariff bil ended, neecrt
Itijr tlmt if tariff hearintM are olimi
uatcd the bill will go at onec to the
fiiMince committee nnd be reported
out within two or (liree weeks.
SeniiNir I'enriwe im detennined lo
conduct it filibuster. The denioernth
eK'ct Senatr Ilonih. Cummins and
Keiivou to .pM-c the I'cim-ylvMnian.
That many middlcwcstcru people
ure looking lo the Itogue river valley
for future homes and Hint a number
of his friends plan to vi-it Medford
soon, is the statement of W. I).
Middle, vice-president of the Kri-co
system, who has been in the valley
vicitiug with his son, W. K. Middle of
this city. Mr. Iliddle left this morn
ing for his Chicago home.
The recent floods nnd eyelones in
tho middle west," stntes Mr. Diddle,
"have caused a great many people to
look westward in search of homos. A
great many of my friends uro con
versant with the Itogue river vnlley
and will probably be out hero in the
near future with the intention of re
maining. "The valley never appealed to me in
a greater degree than on this trip.
Tins is certainly u favored sot."
- i ohm
ALBANY BRIDE VICTIM
ALBANY, Ore., May 13. Tho city
It! aroused today over an attack
made by two men upon Mrs. Harry
ArgetsliiKor, a brldu of two months.
In her homo here. According to Mrs.
ArKetsluger, who Is -I years old, tu.
masked mun entered her apartments
and, after overpowering her. curried
her upstairs and after nagging her
lashed her to a bed.
Mrs. Argetsluger's plight wns dis
covered by neighboring women, who
found her with her hands tied above
her head ami her feet to tho bottom
of tho I Kid. Shu could give only a
meager description ot her usullauta.
The authorities aru searching the tilty
uud surrounding country In au effort
to nppreheud the men.
ELOPING AUTO RACER
CAUGHT BY ANGRY FATHER
KACINK, Wis., May 13. Juo Jug
geiberger, the automobile racer, is
some racer, but he hasn't yet devel
oped enough speed to distance nn
Jaggersbergor, in his peed burner,
last night attempted an elopement
from hero witlt Mis Amanda Olle,
the daughter of a rich manufacturer.
They scorched, the' roads until they
reached Waiikegun, where the police
stopped tliem. At I o'clock this
morning John Olle, the irate papa, ar
rived with two policemen and Miss
Amanda emtio buck home.
Administration Plans New Atjrcc
ment Whereby the Status or Japs
as Residents and Landholders In
United States Will Be Settled.
WASIIINOTON, Mny 13.A new
Japanese treaty to settle definitely
forever the status of Japanese as
residents; nnd landholders ir tho
United Stales is (o ho the hauls of a
new treaty with Jnpnn soon to !a ne
gotiated, necording (o information to
day nt Hie state department.
This trcnly, it Is said, will bo con
cluded independently of vfhntMtction
Governor Johnon of Cnlifornin tnkes
nn the new alien Innd law of tlmt
state. It is admitted by attaches of
the department thnt Scoretnry Ilrynu
nnd Ambassador Chimin believe that
the time has nrrived lo finally settle
nil po-siblo xiints of controversy nnd
have determined Hint there is n com
mon ground on which they can meet
to draw up such h convention.
The result of this, it Is expected,
will be a definitely worded treaty
which will replace tho present loose
imderstnndiiip of ihe " gentlemen'
agreement" made hy President Koose
velt with the Nippouesc.
No definite indication of what tho
JiiMinesc protest ngalnst tho Cnlifor
nin land bill contained hits yet heeit
made public here. It is admitted,
however, that the prote-t is general
in character nnd it is denied that it
definitely demands that Japanese bo
declared eligible to citizenship.
Persons familiar witlt the situation
state that the protest is bused on n
feeling thnt there is an effort every
where in the United States to dis
criminate ngainst tho Japanese be
cause they arc ineligible to citizen
Jiitu The- protefoslwrftho. prei- -dent
to remedy this discrimination.
Diplomats here, as a whole, think
Hint n new treaty between Japan and
the I mted Stntes is imperative.
President J. A. Perry' of the Med
ford Commercial club has issued an
nppeal to the residents of the city to
send a large quantity of flowers to
the exhibit building nt tho first of
the week to put it in first class trim
for the coming week when the I. O.
O. P. grund bulge will meet in Med
ford. Hy filling Its interior witlt
flowers its appenranee will be great
ly improved and beautified. w
SEE AMERICA FIRS!
Medford needs more people with
money. It ought to bo the appreciated
of every citizen in this community to
aid in attracting more coplu to
lloguo river valley. U. S. McMillan,
who is hero in the interest of "See
America First" magazine, offers an
opportunity entirely orgiual and in
expensive for every ope living in tho
Uoguo river valley to mdiMdatilly net
as udvertisitig agents of tho seento
wonder and natural resources of this
veritable paradise. There are many
millions of people liviuc in America
who never burnt of Iloguu river i'iil
ley. The next issue of "Seo America
First" magaziiio will coutuiu an il
lustrated story of this great wonder
land, and every citizen of this com
munity is invited to mail suveral eop
ios of this worthy publication tu their
CRE5I REACHES GULF
NBW CHILEANS. La., May 13,.
With fulling stages recorded at all
poliitB oxcqpt Now Orleans, tho crest
of tho 1913 Hood today has passed
out of tho Mississippi river Into tho
Uulf of Mexico.