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OHOHOH I'UTNAM. IWIIor nnd MahSRar
Kntered a ecoond-cUia mallet a.1
Medfnrd, Orrirrtn, under ths act of
March , ls7.
Official rsper of ih City of Medford.
Official Wfor Of Jackson County.
On year, by mull. , . . . ,t.no
On month. hy miU. -- -- .10
Per month, delivered by currier tn
Hertford, Jacksonville tid Ccn- .
trot IMlnt -... .10
Saturday only, liy malt, par rear 2-o
Weekly per rear - - .S0
$6000 IN OEMS
SAN KKANOISCO, Cal., May 23.
Jewels to uu unknown value, $61)00
In cash, a United States treasury pay
check for $400 and Kay Colvln, night
clerk at the Terminal hotel, disap
peared hore togothcr, early today,
furnishing the'pollco ouo of tho knot
tiest mysteries they have probed In
months. Whether Colvln ahscon'ded
or Is tho victim of foul td.iy la the
Abandoning his desk In tho hotel
Mltliout tho slightest explanation to
tho other employes, Colvln emptied
tho B.ifo ot tho cash nnd valuables,
chnrtorcd a taxlcab, rode. to thoOdanx
hotol, entered its lobby and dropped
from Bight as completely as thourjli
tho earth had swlkwcd him.
Tho police havo full against n
dead wall of Ignorance in investigat
ing" Colvln's further mavcmcntfi. Thny
seek to -arrest IiIhi on tho promise of
Manager Herbert Hunt of tho Ter
minal l)otcl to swear put p. worraht.
JN FRISCO MELEE
SAX FRANCISCO, Cnl., May 23.
In n general melco in which strik
ing members of tho light and Power
Council of California nnd non-union
workers of the Pacific Gas and Elec
tric. company took part here today
Edward llrogan unci George Curtice,
union men, wcro ocriously Mubbcd.
Followers of both factious en
gaged in tho disturbance in wliich
f-uvcrul were badly beaten on both
hide.- before the police arrived nnd
found Drcjpin nud Curtice badly
wounded. letter u union man pained
Farley identified J. V. Kmmpton, u
strikebreaker an the kuitc wicldcr.
He was nrrestcd.
Drogun is under treatment at n
hospital nnd Curtice was taken to
C. F. Wilson, u non-union ps
workcr, was charged with buttery to
day fn n complaint filed with Police
JiUlgc Sliorttill by Arthur Payne. The
casts of Marry F. Icslic, nrrchted for
battery as the result of n street fight
in connection with the gn strike, was
continued for one week by Judge
ROSKRURfl, Oic., May 'j:.
Willi tltu uupply ulMiihcious fruit im
dituiniMied and boned grit tut to all
conicrs, the third day of tbo Straw
berry Festival wut. celebrated bore
today with fraternal organizations
una mcrcbuiitb in cluirnc of tbo eii
tertaiumcit. A parade in which numerous beau
tifully decorated floats, and hun
dreds of lodge members traversed
the principal streets was the .feature
of tlie day,
Tho afternoon was devoted to ath
letics which included n ball jcnine be
tween the Rosebui'K Outlaws and tbe
Oregon Agricultural College teams.
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PAULINE CUSHMAN TO BE
SEEH AT ISIS TONIGHT
Paulino Cushmnn. probably tho
most uulriuo flpuro In civil war hu
tory. Is tho heroine ot the picture.
1'uulliio Cushmau was born M thi
soujli. I.uter sho went north ami
took up u theatrical career. Jler
Kieat histrionic triumphs wore mado
in tho north and It was hor love for
tho north that led her to secretly
tako an oath or allegiance to tho
federal twernnient and futther con
sent' to act us u spy In the interests
of tho northern army. At the IbIb
tonlsht and tomqrrow night.
I.tinte: 1). Hennebvey, u btudont at,
Oeorgotown university, has signed
for n trlnl vlth tho Potrplt Tlgora
Ho Is nu, Inflelder.
MOMYR AND STJEL.
T.1IH AHIIIjANI) UKCOKI) liolntyn iviiiiirhnlilo Ijjnor
uih'o of JilsttU'v, stnuiL'c tiiifiuiiilinrily wllli lotinl t'on
tliUons. ntul woeful Jack or mnuvi'iiitioii of uiot'lt when it
unVt-ks to cluunploii (ho I'liiulidncy of II. 10. iMoiuyt' of
KliuniiMt I'illr? for llio suiuMMuttMHlt'iu-y of t'nitor Idiko Na
tion Park as against Will (1. Stwl.
With all duo ro.speot to .Mr. Momyr, his appointuioul
would bo a sorry joko on tho park and its intorosts. Ilo
has not a single qtialifioation and no couooptioit of what
tho nark or tho .position should ho. Ilo would ho a sad
inisCit. ,llo has novor done anything for tho park and is
not fitted ly education, training or experience to do any
thing tor it. And what makes the ease absolutely Hope
less is, that. ho does not and cannot realize his own iucapao
itA Mr. Momyr's solo claim to oonsideration is thai he is a
Democrat. Hut no one over know it hefore ho became a
candidate for the office. Ho
democracy. uUUor fundamental Democracy or partisan
Democracy. But ho has beoji a federal office holder Jor
many years under a repuhlieau administration.
Mr Momyr has had the position or forest ranger iu
the national park for some years. His duties consisted iu
registering the uauies of visitors and collecting a dollar
qach Xi-oin automobilo drivel's. That 's nil, except perhaps
trying to discourage people from going to tho park. Ilo is
a charter member of the can't do,it club when it comes to
searing away tourists, and in this respect alone his appoint
ment would bo a calamity. There can be no comparison
between Moinyr mid Stool. They are ,uot in tho same,
Crater Lake owes its present prominence to Will .0.
Steel. JAn- twenty years ho spent his own jtyne, mouov
and energv in its behalf. His constant nUntfou. result ud,
after many trips to Washington, in having it created a
national park. His lobbying, year after year, part of the
thuo financed by Jackson county, has scoured tho appro
priatio.n for its improvement. He disposed of tjio interest
Uo. had iu the Crater J-ake company a year ago and there
is not a VjaUd reason why he should not be ,appointed sim
ply in recognition of his services.
XC S true lux. Dlfui is mu
fundamental democrat, but the position shouul not ue
made tho spoils of politics. It should, go to.one like tr.
feteul.in whose life the nark wlays a vital part, whoso labor
for the jmprovenuujt and beautificjitiou is one of love and
enthusiasm, almqst a religion.
it is not u questiqu of, Portland it all. Xi". Steel is
nominally a resident of that city but has spent half his life
in Southern Oregon and most of it in the mountains. lie
is broadly representative of the entire state and his can
didacy originated in Southern Oregon.
Regarding Mr. Steel and Crater Lake the Portland
Journal, the democratic organ of Oregon, voices the opin
ion of ijineteen-twentieths of the people of Oregon when it
Ills friends arc urslnp Will O. Steel for appointment by President
Wilton to the supcrjutondency of Crater I.n.k Park.
No selection could bo moro fit. So nuperlntendcnt could ho so well
For nearly thirty years Mr. Steel has planned and pleaded for Crater
Lake, ills love of naturo was his Inspiration for tho development or this
great scenic wonder, ny endowment and by tho bent of his life, his
endeavor for tho park has been inevitable.
To him, moro than to any other score of men. Is duo tho present status
ot tho park, lie has made many .trips to Washington, most of which were
financed entirely from bis own njeans. Ho has worked with members ot
congress and with heads of departments. lie has nppealod, and argued and
reasoned. Until a recent appropriation, he had from lib personal moans
spent moro money on tbe park than had been expended on It by tho United
He originated the idea for the present national expenditure on roads
for tho park, and was tho promoter of tho effort to secure tho Initial appro
priation, which contemplates a final expenditure of $700,000. Ilo sees and
comprehends, tu does no other living .man, the possibilities, and he Is the
ono man of ult others to bo lym tho position that will enable hlui to help
guide tho future dovolopmcnt work.
Mr. Steel U not a democrat, but neither Is Crater Lake. It In not
probable that, President Wilson will dcslro to partylzo n mrk
A Warrior Speaks for Peace
(From an address by General Will
iam Sooysmlth at tho Hoosavplt
JIow happy wo feel, assembled to
exchange our congratulations and to
thank God for the abundant bless
ings wo as a country enjoy. Thenn
nfuko us love our country, and this
If such u thing can be, 1 am a
peaceful warrior coming from a
Quaker ancestry. Having been edu
cated at West Polut at tho expense
of the government, I felt It my duty
to enter the military service, and did
so from this sense ot duty reluc
tantly. Jn my view a.nd in the light
of my oxporienco war Is simply hor
rible. It settles nothing .paly which
is the stronger of tho contestants.
Its scene of bloodshed, ghastly
woupda and murder are revolting to
any tender heart and kind and geu
tla humanity turns from them shud
dering. Thoro would bo little If any
war If those who mako tho wur were
tho only ones to fight.
f.ovo of country Is ouo of the
noblest feelings that characterize the
human rare und ouo of the most
generally disseminated. Indeed It
may be considered universal. Tho
most rugged and barren regions of
the earth are loved by their Inhabit
ants whether civilized or not. Our
i tide and saage Indians clung to
their homes until uliuout exterminat
ed. The bairen hills nud mountains
of our pattern states, Switzerland
and Greece, hate heeu und are as
dear to their inhabitants as are tho
most fertile plains. And who does
not, tn old age, look back to the
scenes of his childhood with lovo and
uuspcakable longing to revisit them!
This tovo of couptry Is parent to tho
lovo of homo, and gives to mankind
fixed dwollliig places, without which
tlioy would ho but migratory wan
dering tribes, Aud even after death
i .1 Mii 1 1 ln.'W. I I l l 'i.iwh B
MKHFOHT) TSMtr; TtmiUNR
j.i . 1 1 in ! nutM. I" " !' 'J"'-" '"L 'J.1'!.!! " ' ' "
has never done anything for
.1 ii'uiui'MUi muuyu uu ia .1
wo hope that our remains may bo
laid to rest In tho burial grounds bo
side those wu now so dearly lovo ly
ing sleeping there. .
Death Is stripped of Its terror by
our wish und expectation that c
shall Ho by them and rise with them
at tho resurrection. Our patriotic
lore of country lasts with our 11 vex
nud reaches otcr into tho life to
conic iu which wo hopu to spend a
blissful eternity wjth tno angels and
tho just ones mado perfect gono be
fore. Our earthly patriotism exulted
Into pure lovo of our hoavenly home
COUNTY TREASURER OF
KLAMATH RESIGNS OFFJCE
KLAMATH FALLS, May 23.
County Treasurer Claude II. Dngctt
yesterday filed iis ictfiguutioii iu the
office of County Clttrjc DeLap. 'Mr.
I)a;.'gct stated iu the r'nif:niition that
be was lorced to set or bis connection
with the county on account of bis
other ouUido interests which will
keen him out of the state1 most of the
Captain J. W. Siemens ling been
npioiiitcd liv the county court to fill
the vacancy loll by Mr. I)agctt when
bis resignation takes effect June 1,
In resigning county treasurer,
which position lie bus been elected to
tin ce times iu succession, it is an
nounced that Mr, Jja'gett expects to
o to Chelan, Wnsli., wheie bo will
spchd most of tho aummcr looking
utter fruit land he is interested in,
LOVETT RECOVERING FROM
ATTACK OF LA GRIPPE
NI'AV VOUIC, May 23. Robert 8.
Lovctt, chairman of the executive
committee of tbo Union Pacific rail
road is rccovciiiifj today at bis homo
in Locust Valley, h. I., from an nl
luck of tho j,'iip. His condition Js
not serious, . . .
MIWFOUT), OIWCION. IWmAY, MAY 2H, 1010,
PHU'Wuiiia mil irti m ; hi i n ' f ' ''1 !" " " '
10 BE MATCHED
SAN KKAXCISCO. Cut, May '-'il
With two Kim I" Tnil McCatey's
one, Kdilio (Irauoy bus today iiiuio
than mi edeu iu tho buttle for n
liglitw eight championship tight hum
.Ittlv !. Urmniv's biiruost p ceo of
artillery is Hilly Nolan's pmmfoa thai
Ritchie will H)tUlMb' tight Jn Sun
Frunci-co on Independence Day nud
h'w second biggest gun is Jlml Antler
sou, wliu is not foolish enough to tie
Iiim-clf in such a maimer h to euchre
hiiiiMtlf out of a chance at tho title.
Amleouii is hero lodu bubbling
over with n desire, to be mulched
with Ritchie ami even if McCarey
had any sort of u string attached tu
him, be would not permit it to bold
him back from tile gieatest oppor
tunity Hint ever comes to u boxer.
McOtrwjr IsmiIijk Out,
McCarey, wliilo olaimim; that he
still brut hopes of.ainliuir Ritehio,
mtixt know by this- time Hint hi"
chances in that direction ttre nil. Hi,
tme bent bet to figure upon, there
fore Is an Anderson-Rivers bout, but
iu Ibis ho undoubtedly will bo doomed
to disappointment. Anderson is fair
ly hungering- for a crack at Ritchie
and would 'gnd the match without
any lietnniiitff or hawing. This would
leave McCarey without a gsid o
pouent for Rivers und with a eon
tiugcucv of this sort coitl'rontim; him
he m nil probability would make the
het of a bad sitiuitimi by rulcaciug
Riwrs to (Irnnoy, as Rivers would
get more money for fighting Ritchie
here than he uoithl possibly hope to
draw against n mediocre boxer in
Complete wirrender on McCarey 's
part is confidently expected by
Hud .May .Meet CrovU
NKW YORK, May l:i. PIhiih to
nrrnugc a match between Leach
Cross of New York. und Uml Ander
son of Mcdford, Ore., to be staged
here July I are iu progross today by
the St. Nicholas club. It wms said
that Cross hns. acceptad the club's
SAN FRANCISCO, Col.. May l!3.
A crack at Willie Jtitohlo' title is
in sight here today for Uml Antler
ou. the M-nsntiomil Mcdford light
weight. Anderson i due iu San
Francisco from Los Aiiffule today
by boat nnd Promoter Kddie (irnney
announced he would talk oer with
him plans for u match with Ritchie
hcrq July ,l. r
OLDEST ODD FELLOW
One of the iuimI Interesting dele
gates who uttctidcd the I. O. O. F.
convention just closed hero was Mr.
John illoomtlcld of Oakland, Ore.
Mr. Illoomfleld has been a member
of tho order for 07 years ami al
though 88 jcars of ngu takes an or.
tlvo part In nil Odd Follow work.
Mr. Illoomfiold's homo It at Oakland.
Ore., and ho was an acquaintance of
Joagulu Miller when tho 'poet of
the Sierras" lived at JacksonvllTo.
Mr. iiloomrield Is tho oldest Odd Fel
low iu the Jurisdiction of tho statu.
While hero Mr illoomfleld says ho
van treated royally and speaks 'vtl
of tho hospitality of tho Mcdford
Now Is the Time lo (Jet Itld of Then'
Thnre's np longer tho slightest
need of feeling nshamod of your
frcekles, as tho proscription othlne
double strength -Is guaranteed to
remove thcto homely spots.
Simply got a" ounce of othluo--doublo
strength -from your druggist
and apply a little of It night and
morning and you should soon hqo that
even tho worst freckles have begun
to disappear, wliilo tho lighter ones
have vanished entirely, It Is sel
dom that more than an ounce Is
needed to completely clear tho skin
aud gain a besutlrul clear complex
ion, ilo Hiiro to ask for tho double
strength othluo us this Is sold under
guarantee of money back If It fulls
to reinovo freckles.
John A Perl
J!8 S. IIAIITIjIv-TT
Phones M. -17 and !7rJf?
Ambulance Sorvlco Deputy Coroner
TO MEET WELSH
VANCOl'VKR. U. C. Mav !l. -
"On Monday uat I am In meet IM
die Orutioy lu Poitliiud. (itnncy
has n leu day option on the sen Ices
of Willie Ritchie, for a championship
battle in Sun Finuclseo on July I.
Tho option evpiies on Monday m,t
If, by llml lime tlruucv and Rixets
Iiiim' mil come to tonus, 1 shall
nmtch Kilobit with Ftcthlic Welsh for
the title, and the bout will be hIiiuimI
out ut llughoiise, nenr VaucoUMir,
under the mnuiiKciueiit of Clint Mo-
lutvvre und his nnsoniulcs. '
That is Hit) last wind handed
down iu the cont liners v now tag
ing us to wlicio ltitebio will mixl tlu
fctitl bis title and who will vbe his op
ponent. The speaker was Hilly No
lan, nuiniigtir of tho world's nliuui
pion. and lm made it iy emphnlie
that bu menut just ivxuetly what hu
"If .urn are willed upon fur any
further final slattimciits from mojis
to the prcMtnt flatus of tilfatrn, jut
rceiit ulmt I urn now tcltiug you aud
vnii will liavc me lixht."
Mi'lnt)rr, on behalf of his nssii.
cialcs, last night posted a stun more
than umpyl sutfitjicnt to guaiiinteo
nil Nolan's financial demands for
the champion, and Urittsh Columbia
fans are now piilliiu; for a bitch be
tween the Cittiforiiiuiis Unit th
world's championship battle may be
SECOND LITTLE GIRL
ATTACKED BY BEAST
PITTSHl'RQ, Pa.. Mv 'JH. -A
second nttaek on Wrdmorclnud
eounty girl" within twent.v -four hour
is refuted todsv. Mnrv Newmuit,
nged 18 ywini, livhur st Shinier, re
isirtril Hint a man with a crippled
foot entered her room and choked
her into uneoiiMMoiisiies.
Lucille I.aVorno Is doing wall
with a stork company in Richmond,
For a Red
Tl lUmsiVaLU Action of a rmoa Rrol
4 3on Fti A tout lU
lift Voiir Ill'iutl I'urlDcil AVIIb . H. H.
nil 1 n u iiu't li Iiirlurcil l.lkr 'I faU.
Thn skin Is but a not ,orl nf (Iiia
blowt vvsitt'U. Ami It la u irfvtl)
nalurnl cuimiucniu tli.it im liiltiiiuie
In Ilia M(ml tlmt Is it tuiulillmi nf III
hrnlth iuikr I tn ilmt Biiiiirs-' In
Ino skin. Ilium r tnrt.ilu niflli lnl
propcrllrvn tli.it follow llig oiiurun of
uio uouii sirrum uml tnu inmirnco or
tlfso propcrtlus Is that of an null
Jot, Tlil is why H. H. U. tltu ticut
knuwn luul purjriur. lun atiuti u pusl
llvn n lion In lha Itln. Thorn I auu
Inurrdlcnt Iu t H. H. whluh pouulUrly
tlinulalfii ri'llubir oi KlMiiilul.ir mllv
liy tn rrt front tli blond or from
111 Id lino lint work af til nod vmw.la In
the skin. thns itlumnlii whlvll It re
quire for regeneration.
Thus implcii, nriie, Tieinn, lupus,
or any other liluud comllllnii Unit at
tacks the skin or mvkii an nutlet
through the skin Is mt with the mill
dotal efTcct of R H. H. ,
This Is why skin trouble vimlNh mi
readily and why limy lo nut return
t'nder tha Influence, of H. H. H. Ihln
fine not work of liloo'l Vrsstla In tho
slcln Is ciuistnittly takliiK from I lib
Mood thn nutrition roiulrml for
healthy tlisuo and tho caime. at dlseaso
Is Jtmt as t'onatnntly bclnir removed,
irutlered und rendered Imriiijem Thnio
facts are more fully explained In a
Loo It on nkln troubles aeiit by Thn
Kwlft Hpucldo Co., J37 Hyvlft Uldtf .
Atlanta, a a. You will find H. R II.
on stile nt all tlii; atorra. Oft a
botttn to-day and banish all akin af
flictions. Can You Pjtcji a
"Fadeaway." like "Matty"?
If you could, your fortune,,
would be .rriudc, J;t? Jv
thirteen yfnra, pitching ,tl'c
Spalding Dal) exclusively,
'Hie SpuldinK Official Na
tional League Cork Center
hall is llic official hull of the
world series, nnd will bo for
ot lenst Jwenty earo more.
'Tfow to Pltch."-How nil tho lavlm
Jn Uie tic Imkum wirk; pictures (how
iiow Muty," VVurl, 1 roi, JbhiMvn,
Mn4Urd,Jlrwi fifM the till farther
ni(t auctmiful tltllirerlef., lit cU.
A.X1..SPALDJ1NG & BROS.
ICO Geary Street, Son Francltco-
AiW your kxiHl lulr for a HpnWlnK eatabucae.
THAT TIRED FEELING
' - t " ' '
Suggolt (liitiitluitilbi'iS llciuedr
It's true, tho season Is hurt) with
Hi finlilcn cliniiges, nnd tho old Idea
that wo uitMl a blood medlcliio Is not
without ruitNop. 'I'tiu iiiurli liciivy
fond hits mused it torpid llwii', slug
gliih hltuld, 'uml a wtmk, tired out
Hulpliur. cream of tin tar ami mo
lasses was graudiiuillier's rnmody hut
(hat hits long iiro bctili tllspbtueil I'i
Vitiol. a (-oinliliiatluit uf ttl two uumt
world ruined tunics, mtmcl), tho uictl
Icltutl t'urulhe elements of the coils'
or without oil, and Iron for tho
Vllitil builds )ou up, makes )ou mil
initio and digest huttor. makoi our
blood rloli and pnrti puis liimllliy
color lit oiir chunkH.
P, O. UarKsr of Howell's Mill,
On. sien: "When I was badly run
down last spring i took Vlnol In an
effort to regain iny health uml
strength and It did not disappoint
urn. It mado mo feel us well us our.'
Wo KUiirauteo Vlnol to HiiUufy
)ou uml refund ur inuuey If It dues
not. Mcdford I'liitrmncy, Mcdford,
L linvo somo oi! (hu best
buys in the volley Uuotl til
fnlftt Huiebes, good boltoiu
Intnl. plenty of witter. Also
irooil nliiee to rent. Don't
fail to hoc nto littforo you buy.
P. O. Box 3G Ashland, Oro.
We carry" very complete line of
draperlc, lac eiirinln. rlxliirva, ale.,
and lo nil claeaea nf iipholeterlnc A
aperinl limn to look after thla work
excliialvrly and Ul ir,o aa iwd
ervtco aa la tiuasltila to Kt In oren
the Itargoat cltlca.
Wook3 & McQowan Co.
Small Irrigated ranch near city
reservoir. Ilotuc, barn, shed, etc.
Telephone ami city watur. family
orchard, berries, garden. New free
toll all planted. Ideal location (or
market gardcnliut. berries or auiatl
orchard. Uuy this ranch now aud
gut the beutttlt of thin ) oar's crop.
II. It. .OItl.lT, Otutor
Proud us oii are of the daughter,
and proud an alio Is uf graduation
honors--there Is soon but a memory
of such events unices a portrait koops
tho record ot each milestone of
Our styles of school pictures are
appropriate to tho occasion.
Mako tho appointment curly.
II. C. MACKEY
U. Main and Central Mcdford. Ore
UAPi'l.t: UIIAY hTAM.lON
0 Years Old
Kcrtlro U-U In liimiro
Wo also train horses and tolttt nnd
break thorn of all noxious huhllu. Sal
Ufactlou guuraiitoed, ,
h. u. van wi:oi:n
Main .-IU larkioittlllo
Clark & Wright
WAHIIINOTO.N, U. O.
Public Laud Matters: Final Proof.
Desert Lands, Content unit MIuloj
Official Pliotographor of tho
Mcdford Commercial Olub
Interior and cxtorior viows
;Nur?ativQH niado au'y time
and any plaoo by uppojn(:
tnent. 208 E, Main Phono 1471
WUEttl TO ,OP
IIHST .MUrilO.IN TOWN
l-'HIUAV AMI HAH'UUUAV NIOUT.
A Wlll.li HII'IC MAN
(llll! II.VI'I'V iid.mi:
A WOMUtltt'Uli I'KATtMti:
TIIK .MODUIt.V I'UOIUUAL
Hyiiopsls After passim; through
tho crucial tests ot youthful folly an
only sou redeems himself from tho
foltors of tlcn anil luemic his mother
fioiu poverty. A mother' f tilth I it
his guiding Influence.
JO CUNTS 9
Never More, Novor Loss
Kuliro Change ot Picture for
Pour times a neck.
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