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MEDFOttU MATH TRIBUNE, MEDFORT), OlIEflON, W,nNl:Sl)AV, MAY 21, WW.
BITTER RGHI OVER
IJKTllOlt, Mich., Mny 21 -A hit
ler flKlit wrm iircdlclvil over tho urnp
osltlon to nmntRnnutte tho 'no vom
en's forolgn inlsslonnry nsftoclnMnuti
whon tho nnniml ronvciii'on of Mrlh
cm llatlfiU formally o;ctirtl tulny
In tho Woodward Avcuua It.nt'tt
church. Nearly (iOOO dolcRatcti and
vlHtlbr from all over tho United
titnten woro In ntlendnncc.
Although tho ninalgnmnlton o' the
two foreign missions Is hlttcrly oji
tiosotl by ninny of tho delegate It
was generally expected that tho con
vention will act favorably on the
proposition. Tho convention which
PMOtnblotl today represents tho lar
gest denominational assomblnpo in
tho United Stntoa. Among tho not
ables who wliTspoak dnr' g lb wvelt
nro John D. ltoclefcll6r. Jr. Unite!
States Supremo Court Jimum Hughes
nnd Blmllcr Matthews, of t'lilcnpo.
Delegations nro hbro from NYW Yor:.
Iioston, St. Louts, 1m Angelei mid
OF MEDFORD HERE
,T. ,1. llouser, who wn umyor of
Mcilfonl in 1D00, nnd who is now in
Mm rvnl cslntc business nl Oorvnl
lis, is nmonc ttio convention visitors",
Mr. Ifonsor c.Mrc.'$o,, htuiselC ns ns
lniiif.hpil nt MeilfonVs development
nml nlt-o voices the feelings of the
convention ns well ns u personal
feeliiij; of priilo nl the innuner in
which this city hns entertained tho
largo crowd, no says every ono i
dolighleit and that (he notion of hotel
men nnd rcstnurnuts in keepim; the
prices nt n xwmnnlilo level has
cnused much fnvornblo conunenl.
While in Medford, Mr. Honker was
in the contracting husinc.
M'MILLAN OF PRINCETON
TO LEAD WELLS OF COLLEGE
BIG BASEBALL GAME
Prolinbly the best baseball pnmc
ever played in Soutlicrn Oregon look
plnco hero two wceka ago when Tal
ent nnd Medford met, Medford win
ning. Tho same teams will meet lo
morrow afternoon at 3 p. in. on tho
local diamond. Tho pitching: of
llurd of the Medford nine ngainst
Grants Pass was worth tho prico of
admission in itself, not to mention
tho brilliancy of tho work of tho
rest of tho team. Talent has a bat
tery that would do credit to a minor
league team. Tnlcnt has been put
ting in soirio good licks nt practice
ns hnvo also tho Med ford nnd to
miss tomorrow's game would be wast
ing nn opportunity to'sce big league
ball for brush league prices.
If tho game is patronized well
enough this month nnd next nn ef
fort will be made to hnvo the Port
land Coasters stop over on their trips
north nnd south nnd play tho local
aggregation. A crowded grandstand
is deserved nnd expected tomorrow.
EDDIE EOY COMING
IN "OVER THE RIVER"
Kddio Toy, the comedian, with n
company of ono hundred will appear
in Werbn nnd Lucsehcr's new musi
cal farce "Over the Itivcr" on next
Monday nt the now Page Theater.
Tho play is in thrco nets nnd is of
nn elaborate order, tho scenes call
ing for nn' unusual display of sub-
hlaiilinrsjilnging. Mr. Foy hns the
rolo of n married man who has been
arrested while hhowing (he town to
n pnrly of friends. Tho curiam
rises on Foy us tho wealthy Mndion
1'nrko in charge of n detective who
Jinn accompanied him homo to pack
lip for an enforced visit of thirty
jluyH to DlnukwcIPu Inland. One mny
imagine the fun growing out of tho
nwkwHnl difficulties that follow his
efforts to guard tho news from h'u
wife mnl friends.
The piece is set fo music that has
been much praised for its rhythmic
sparkle and the cust of comedians
mid dancers is in keeping with the
ueciistomed excellence of nn Eddio
In addition to this monster aggre
gation o player folk, Kddio Foy's
famous seven children will nlbo bu
been in their specialty.
KLAMATH HOTEL CLERK
DISAPPEARS WITH $600
KLAMATH FALLS, Mny 21. The
proprietors of tho White I'elicnn ho
tel mourn the' loss t irOOl) in perfect
ly good cash nnd one bold, bad book
keojicr. TJu'odoro If, Broker is the man
nnd it is thought thai ho left Klam
ath Falls on tho 5:30 train Saturday
oven'mg, probably forgetting to leave
the change in (lie office nl the hold.
Officers liavu been notified uinl u
warrant has been lsued uud' every
effort is being made to catch tho
llrnker has been employed nl Iho
Whjlo Pelican for only a, chort tinio
Mnij, was coiibidored n trustworthy
employe from tho elu.ss of rofcreuccs
ho gave when ho uuiue to Klamath
Fair Weather Predicted.
VOKTLAXbi .Ore. May 21.
Weather forecast? Oregon:. Fuir
tonight mill Thursday, except bhow
ors near the const Thursday; houth
urly .winds, . .
Al'KOKA. X. Y.. May 21. The
"election of Dr. Duncan McMillan,
of Princeton University, to be presi
dent of Wells College is announced
here today. He will take up his
new duties in September.
ZAGLE POINT EAGLETS.
By A. C. Howlell.
Tho Inst tlmo I wrote for tho Mali
Tribune I told tho story of how tho
athletic club performed on Saturday
night. May 10. and had no space for
any Items of local Interest during tho
past week. On Sunday, the 11th.
quite a number of Medford icople
took dinner at tho Sunnysldo anu
among them was Miss Helen Yockcy,
tho bookkeeper and gencrnl care
taker of tho interests of tho Med
ford Mall Trlbuno Publishing com
pany, and her mother, and Miss Gor
aldtno Itukes, Assistant to Miss
Yockcy in tho Mall Trlbuno office,
and her mother, Denver A. Marsh
of Jacksonville, Wlllard Chase, Med
ford, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Doverldge,
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Trowbrldgo of Med
ford, Mrs. A. A. Dlrd and daughter
Miss Helen of Medford, besides some
others whose nnmes I failed to got,
as I was away from home, at Three
Pines. I met tho two young ladles
first "mentioned on my return In Med
ford and they said that they had such
a good tlmo and good dinner that
thoy were coming back again.
William Nowntrom and Henry Tom
of Lake Creek were out the first of
tho week after two loads of wit
fencing for Mr. Hollo.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Green of Trill
camo out and Mrs. Green went t
Carl Jackson, who has been doing
business In Uutto Kails during the
past season, camo out to spend a fow
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Jackson,
Dr. W. P. Holt went to Grants Pass
to attend tho meeting of tho medical
association that met there May 13.
R. R. Mlnter camo out to bring
his daughter, Miss Samantha, so sho
could attond tho Rcbcka'i lodge.
E. L. Coley, tdwn marshal, wa
taken to tho Sacred Heart liosplt.il
during the week.
Mr. Hughes, ono of tho merchant
of Uutto Falls, and Mr. Cross, also of
liutte Falls, spent the night here
Wllbert Ashpolc, ono of tho Mod
ford business men, came out nnd
spent tho night with his brotho Roy
Rev. Carter, who has cstabllj'jcd
mission In Medford, called last veck
on his way to Reese Creek school
lioube to try to organlzo a S-imlay
Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Ai-ron
Smith were doing business In cur
town last Friday. Mrs. Smith said
that her hubbund and family ex-K-cted
to btart fcr tho coast today,
Since Fred S. Heath has bought
out the Interest of his partner, Mr.
Diamond, ho has liud Thomas Riley
Jr. paint signs on both ends ot his
R. A. Hlrsch of Portland, a rail
road Inspector, came out and spent a
few days with us and pnbscd tho tlmo
fishing In our beautiful little Uutto
for tho pnriHiso or defraying tho ex
peiises of tins grnduntiug class of Iho
high school. H promises to bo the
greatest success of Iho season and
ns it in Iho first play even given b.v
Iho members of tho school it should
bo well nllcnded by the pillions nnd
parents. Tho pupils have worked
linrd nnd earnestly nnd deserve much
credit ns also duos their efficient
trainer, W. L. Qreonlcnf, and they
guarantee to nil n few hours of en
joyment if they attend. Come one,
como nil, nnd seo what your own
young people enn do. The admission
will bo the lmpular prices of twenty
five cents mid thirty-five cents.
JFarricd in this city by tho Ucv, 11.
N. Alilrieh, Karl Henderson to Miss
Margaret Kusley. Mr. Henderson is
a well respected uiti7.cn of Portland
nnd U n cousin of our poluins!cr,
Ouy K. To.x. lie visited our city nboitl
n yenr ngo nnd hns returned nt Ibis
time to tnke back to the City of
Hoses n maid more beautiful tluiti nil
the roses in that city. Mis F.nsley
is the eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. F.nsley. She hns resided in thU
city for n number of years mid has
a host of friends who rygrct her de
parture very much but wish her the
greatest happiness nnd cheer in her
The commencement exercises of
the Central Point high school will be
held in Central Hall Thursday even
ing. Mny 22. There will be eight
graduates who nre ns follews: Henry
A. Freeman, Mcrritt Merrimnn, Aud
rey K. Holmes, nuns a. r.iiesinu,
Evn M. Kenl, Ivn 11. Austin. Bertha
.Martin. Hazel Knnekstcdl. They
hnvo prepared nn excellent program
and the public is cordially invited to
Nature's Giftfomrfe Sunny South
TO YOU know tho difference between Cotlolcne and lard? ' Cottolcne is
a vegetable product; lard is an animal product. Cottolcne is made from
purest and choicest cotton oil, a product of Nature.
Lard-cooked foods tend to heat the system unduly, and cause discomfort and
indigestion; Cottolcne makes food rich but never greasy, and food whichany stomach
can digest with ease.
Mrs. J. Cndzoro ennic home from
Ashland where sho hns been in the
hospital Tuesday. Sho is getting
nlong very nicely now.
Mrs. Marion leaves next Tuesday
for Pennsylvania where Mr. Marion
hns been for some time. Her many
friends wit.b her a pleasant journey.
School will be out Friday, Mav
23, and few of the pupils will be
sorrv. loiiugstcrs nre niwnys giau
when vacation comes lint wc hope
and trust Unit they will bo just ns
glnd when school begins ngnin in
Ren Fredenburg mid fnmily intend
moving to their rnneh nbont two
miles north of town in n few days.
They will return here so the children
can. go to school next winter.
The preaching services held by
Itcv. Anderson Sunday evening were
well ntlcnded and everyone will bo
glad to sec him come back again. Ho
intends comin nboul June 1.
Several men have been working in
tho pnrk for the past week. They
hnvo the ditch for the pipe dug, tho
tile for Ihc overflow hauled mid will
I soon bo ready to install a drinking
The basket ball game nt tho hall
was well attended nnd everyone re
ports n good time nnd nn interesting
gnmc. It is the first of the season
but by n means the Inst.
Miss Xellio Smith who lives nboul
seven miles cast of town, is spending
the week with Itecdith Jones. Iteedilh
formerly lived near Nellie's country
home und they have long been
The bnnd boys gnvo n concert in
Iho park Sundnv nflcnioon which,
notwithstanding the coolnchs of tho
day, was well nttcuded.
The better class of housewives often use butter instead of lard for cooking
purposes. It's a mighty expensive and needless habit. Coitoleno is every
bit as good as butter for shortening; it is better than butter for frying.
And Cottolcne costs much less than butter.
Cottolcne will not bum nearly as easily as butter or lard, and with its
use the strong, irritating and indigestible acids found in foods fried in
animal fats are avoided.
Two-thirds of a pound of Cottolcne will go as far as a full pound
of butter or lard.
Just think these facts over and let them sink in.
pail of Cottolcne of your grocer.
Then order a
Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
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Great Bargain Event Thursday
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
The Hoguo Hiier Valley bnnd of
thib city is playing ut thu. Odd Fcl
Iowh convention iu Medford thW
Many of our ronidents nftended
tho piny "Peter Panj" lit Medford
The many friends of County Coin
tnishioiicr W. (). I.eevor will bo
pleased to hear Hint ho is on thu
btreets iiguin after his recent ail
ment. W. T. Stidlinm uud mother, Mrs.
I). Stidlinm of Alilund, spent part
of this week with relatives in this
Tho high school piny, "A Night
Off," will bo htuged in tho Central
Point opera house Friday evening,
Mny 23. This piny .is . being given I
Tlio Opportunity Is Here, Harked by
Don't tako our word for It.
Don't depend on a stranger's state
ment. Read tho statements of .Medford
And decide for younolf.
Hero Is one case of It:
A. Iletz, 130 Front St., Medford.
Ore., says: "1 am Just as willing to
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to
day as I was In September, 190V,
when I publicly told of my expe
rience with tliem. I suffered from
kidney troublo for nt least flvo years
and ns tlmo asscd, I grew worse
Sharp pains darted through the hiiiuII
of my back and sometimes tho at
tacks wore so sovero that I could
hardly stoop. At night my back
uched Intonsely and sound sleep was
put of tho question. Doing to HI to
try Douu's Kldnoy I'illu, I got a sup
ply und they soon gave mo relief."
For salo by all dealers, Prlco CO
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo ugents for the United
Ilemoinber tho name- Doati's -and
take no other.
W carry a very complete line of
draperies, (ace curtains, fixture, etc.,
and do all classes of uplioUterlns. A
pedal man to look after till work
exclusively and will slve as good
service as Is possible to get la even
the largest cities.
Weeka & McGowan Oo.
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One-Third Off on
in the House
One-Third Off on
in the House
NEAR P. O.
SUMMER WAIST SALE
fiOO Urand New AVai.sis Hindu in the most ii L()i,a''
stvlcs of fine shocr voi!ts, tnimnud with -1 OQ
luces, values tip to $2.50, sale price nlt07
New Middy and Balkan Blouses on sale (M OQ
500 New Lingerie "Waists, nicely tailored (M MO
on sale Thursday, each q)liO
200 very handsouio Voile AVaists up to
.f'1.00 values, Thursday, each
See "Window Display
WASH GOODS SALE
flood Dress and Skirt
ing Prints, fast, colors,
salo price, Thurs- r
day, a yard 0i
Apron Uinghaius, good
grade, all patterns, very
special Thursday, a C
Tub Silks iu fine fast
colors, stripes, fl(5 inches
wide, worth $1.25 Q(n
sale price, a yard.. Oil
Oinghnin, the best wash
ing and wearing Qp
grade made, a yard..''
Jiuenette Suiting iu all
colors and white, !J(
inches wide, very T
special, a yard 10t
Flaxon in beautiful now
patterns fasteolors very
special Thursday T
a yard 10L
FREE Save Your Salo Slips and Got Wra. Rogers' Triple Plated Guaranteed SilvorwaroFREE
XI loves, special
button f Lisle
with two pair
11 list Proof
1000 yards fine
and Hands, 255
5000 yards fine
Val Lace and
to 20c values a
SAVE MONEY ON GOOD NOTIONS
25c cans, a can
ters, all sizes,
SPECIAL UNDERWEAR BARGAINS
trimmed a pair
Vests, g o o (I
U n i o n Suits,
special a suit
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