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MTOnroun matt, TumuNrc. mebford, oreoon. TninmnAY, may 20, win.
Mf, intiil Mr. Lawrence Drown
havo returned to Jacksonville after
innitflnit ro days With Mr. nrown'o
wether and elslcr nt Grants l'n.
jA herd of 46 ot the bent Guerngc-y
ilall-y'cbW to bb found In I ho eait
vfllt tenvo i-'oVl Atklrtson, WW., nn
Tlinrftilny for (Iranta Pans, to enn
jll'tutb U10 luictait ot tho l.oo'nnid
drchoril company' lrtnl of 200 that
xiAi form the hoVIno population of
tho-olil Ponn-Orcgon rnnchi now n
Vrt ot Nib Ltdndnt holdlnfefi.
' "drcWrd", bunting, rUhing nd
bfftter itin Scenes' for silo at Gcr-
ItlnB Harmon's studio. Negatives
made any place, kodak finishing. 128
mi. Main street; Phone fclB R.
W. 13. Thompson ot Oold Hill trans
nclcd business In Medford WVlncs
Ernest Smith, Iho druggist, bo Is
In charge ot a drug storo nt fcoqulllo,
Coos county, IB making Medford a
visit. He was employed nt Ilnsklns'
for fccrern years.
k Kodak finishing, best In town, at
Mfs. V". P. Chlsholm and KIley
Hammcrsly, her brother, wero Med
ford visitors Wednesday. , They have
returned to Gold Hilt alter residence-
of some length nt Kogun Hirer.
' Mrs. Welngartcn, who has been
visiting Mrs. J. C. Tsggnrt. Is on her
way to southern California.
MnL M. Waschall, who now resides
In California, la looking after her
real estate Interests In Mcdford and
may again become a resident ot the
To cemetery tomorrow, 25c each
waf. Cara leavo Hotel Nash stand
ovory IB minutes. Hall Taxi Co. "56
' M. XI. Taylor of Jacksonville mado
a trip to Medford and northern couti
Vy "points Wednesday.
Ml. . District Attorney IteamcS
loaves for Portland this evening, and
will assume tho duties of his ottlco
feathrday, Juno 1.
To comelory tomorrow, 25c each
way. Cara lcnY6 Hotel Nash stand
every 15 minutes, llall Taxi Co. 58
' Councilman Campbell has been at
his farm near Talent for somo Unlc
planting tomatoes, etc.
Mrs. Tom Moffat lctt for Bandou,
Coos county, Wednesday evening tp
visit frletid's and wlllj be gone 'sev
eral weeks. ( '
U. II. McCurdy writes all kinds ot
Insurance. .-401 -if. F. '&. II. bldg.
' riio'nd 349.
Thomas K. Osgood, county survey
or, left on a business trip to Portland
Porter J. Neff has returned from
Myrtle Creek, Douglas county, where
ho delivered tho address to tho grad
uating class ot Iho high school.
To cemetery tomorrow, 25c each
way. Cara leavo Hotel Nash stand
Dvery 15 minutes. Hall Taxi Co. 58
Iter. J. K. Howard, who has been
visiting in Mcdford, left for his home
at dlondalo Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Dullis ot Olc'an,
N. V nro registered at Hotel Med
Miss Florence Marshall, teacher cf
KngUslt In the Medford High scboal.
has gone to California to attend a
summer school at ono ot the univer
sities of that state.
Gerklng & Harmon, studio por
traits, home portraits, flash 'lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 128 East Main street;
telephSno '215 It.
r ' J. 'V. Casey, pioneer of Portland's
railroad row. Is in tho valley In tho
interests ot tho Chicago, MIlwaukeoL,,, wM nmonK hogo w,)o irm
& St. Paul.
h. A. Nell and G. W. Owens, prom
inent stockrnlsera ot the upper val
lo, wgro In Medford and Jackson
Insure and be sure, night if we
write It. II. A. Holmes, The Insur
James Dootb, tho horseman, Is In
tho valley again.
j Madamos Kenworthy, Johnson and
Jtoth iiayo gono to Sacramento on a
visit. Tho two last named" wero ac
companied by their daughters.
rflss Catherlno Meafs, n member
of tho faculty of tho Medford High
tichool, has gono cast oh a three
Tho Holman White Sulphur Daths
and Swimming Jfaola nt Aihlaifd,
Oregon, will open for tlno season
Saturday, May i6. 64
'Robert W, Telfor, represontatlvo
ot 'the Clark-Hone'ry
down from fcugono.
Mooro, who has been visiting
in Grants Pass, has returned to his
noma at union, uro.
t;. K. Taylor of Wheatland, Cnl.,
ia u recent arrival In Medford.
w Uv D. Itenmo and Clauda White of
&nYj,alJolnL vero in Medford on
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day Phone 227
Ntekt F, W. Weeks 10U-JT.2
A. K. Orr U78-M
Dr. .1. K. Hhearor of Ulcndnto, who
Is well known In Medford, will bo In
charge of the Btcphouson fanllnrltiin,
hnW 'building, and will be nsorlntil
Willi Dr. M. T, Hobltuoh, Into of
ft. D. Westoli, commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any ttmo or
placo by appointment. Phono M.
MisstMlfo Galnea W ltltlug rrleitda
lUlnfe' In1 Ban KranclBco.
II. U Kcyte'bt Berlin Is tnsnrt
Ing business In Medford.
Lester liallcy, ho hns been em
ployrd on tlie Sun for some time pnst,
lert for Portland Wednesday v
nlng, whefo ho has sccureil n ui
Hon on a newspalor.
Dr. Klrchgossner wilt be at Hotel
Xaih every Saturday from 10 a. in.
to 3 p. m. on and after May 24,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Conro Klero nnd
Mr. and Mm, Phil Hamlll motored to
Mcdtortt Wednesday excnlng.
Mrs. Stanton Grlftls has geno to
Welleslcy, Mass., to attend her class
reunion nt Dana Hall.
Wlllla'm'WhIcimnt, n former busi
ness man of Mcdfonl, who went to
Colorado a few years ago, has re
turned with his family.
Fred Alton Hnlght. teacher ot
piano and harmony, specialist In cor
rect principles of touch nnd tech
nique for beginners or advanced pu
plls. Faults corrected. Summer
term. Halght Music Studios, lie S.
Laurel street. Phono 72C-It. C9
K. W. Durdell. Whiter Evans nnd
W. J. Hnhn or Rlcrsldc, Cal.. ar
rived In Mcdford Wednesday eve
ning. They are on their way to Van
couver, I). C traveling by automo
bile. Miss Pearl Dox of Jacksonville !s
tilling the position ot night operator
at the Home telephone ottlco In Med
ford. Vap&r baths and sclentltlo mas
sago for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chiropractor. 203 Gar-nett-Coroy
bldg. Phono 145.
Tho first annual military ball ot
tho 7th company C. A. C. w'lll far
outshlno any soclnl function ever at
tempted In tho Roguo River valley.
Tho decorations, which aro very elab
orato havo been completed and many
new nnd novel features havo been
effected. Quito a number of prom
inent military guests aro expected
from out of town Including Adjutant
General Finxor ot Portland, and
Colonel Hammond ot Eugene.
R. W. Elded of Seven Oaks tarried
a few hours In Mcdford Tuesday.
Henry Millard nnd John Slpplo
transacted business ' In Medford 'on
Jacob Klippel. N. II. Ilrndbnry and
other members of tho G. A. R. at
tended tho funeral of tho lata A. P.
Talent at Ashland Wednesday.
Miss Lorraine Rounds, a nlcco of
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Glasgow, who
has been teaching In tho Mcdfbrd
schools, left for homo In Iowa on
Wnlter E. Hard)', J. A. Moody and
G. W. Deanft wero among tho cltlxcns
of Jccphlno county In Mcdford dur
ing tho week.
E. D. Drlggs of Ashland, tho nt
torncy, was In Mcdford nnd Jackson
The library will bo closed Friday
on account ot .Memorial day.
Ross Kllno was n business visitor
In Ashland Wednesday afternoon.
W. Doeson and L. H. Houston wero
up front Talent' tho foro part of tho
week. ' '
Mrs. Dora Young of Ashland has
been visiting friends living In Mcd
ford. ' '"
Wlllltfm Ulrich mado a buslucss
trip to Gold Hill Wednesday.
Henry Manklns of Poormans creek
acted business In Mcdford Wednes
day. Orant Wertz, city recorder of
Itogno Illv'cr, was in Medford nnd
Miss Kstelia LeVy uAd Mls Lulu
Rock wero over from Jacksonville
tho fore part ot tho week.
J. M. Garrett and M. F. Hanley,
Lake Crc6k stockrnWrs, spent
Wednesday In Medford.
H. C. Stoddard inAdo a business
trip to Grants Pass Wednesday eve
ning. G. O. Taylor nnd E. C. Hogsdtt
wero at Jacksonville nn professional
business Wednesday afternoon.
At tho recent election In Klamnt,h
Foils only eight' votes " we're cdsl
against the proposition to bond tho
town for J77.00O to redeem outstand
ing warrants und platoAhb town on
a cash basis.
Dr. It. C. Kelsoy, 8. W. McClendon
and Charles Irwin of Gold Hill spont
Wednesday (n 'Jledford. v
'Mlss Imogend Thomason of Port
land is making Medford a visit, ac
compnnying her father, who Is in tho
valley In tho Interest ot tho Mitchell,
Lewis & Rtaver company,
Miss Mnrnlo Deuel Ih at Eaglo
Point, tho guest of Miss Frances
R. E. Hlno went to Ashland on
Wednesday In the Interest of tho In
vestors Uulldlng & Trust company of
Polk Hull of Griffin creek district
was among his Medford friends on
Mrs. Gcorgo Von der Hellon of
Eagle Point has gone to southoru
California, on n, visit.
Rata aro becoming rather numer
ntis and dcilrurilvo in snpin parts nt
tiui valley, their ancestors tuning
bben Imported In box cars loaded
Willi feed anil flour nt tho wharves
ot San Vrnrirlsco nnd Portland n tow
ypnYa Aro. A lady living near Med
ford who Intended to ongnge In rais
ing poultry hnd 150 chicks and 2i
oung turkeys devoured by tlum in
a short time. It Is high ttmo that
tho rodents bo exterminated.
Wind, blowing nt the rate of 40
nlles an hottr, did considerable dam
ago Monday night to fruit nnd stand
ing grain In tho Vicinity of Clici,
Cnl., besides blowing down mnnv
t'rues. Tho grain was about ready
for harvesting nnd more or less ot It
will prove n total loss.
Mrs. W. (1. Aldenhagen ot San
Francisco U lsltlng In Medford.
s 5lrs. V. 11. Maddon entertains
Thursday evening at dinner for
guests at her homo.
NKW YOKIC, May 'JO.-The Cubnn
warship Cuba, nrrhed here today, it
was oseorled up the harbor b the
emWer Ynnklon, tho American fleet
at battleship firing a salute.
OpeniiiK ecremomes, incidental to
tho (led ion t ion oC the -Maine moim-
meiil lomorrow, begun here today.
TOU VELLE AIDING
County Judge Ton Velio is send
ing out blank' upon application to
dependent mothers ho think the
nro entitled to receive pensions frem
tho county under the nw mothr's pen
sion law. Only those who nro de
pendent upon their own exertions
vtith children to aupptjrt, nro entitled
to jM'hsmns, though ninny women
who hne property interests ns well
ns thoeo in receipt of incomes from
other sources, have already applied.
The Inw goes into effect June !l.
The blanks consist of n Inrgc
number of iicstions to which the
applicant must fill out satisfactory
replies, nnd swenr to the sumo before
Under the law, the enmity judge U
mndu the solo judge of the applicants
nnd must decide whether or not n
pension i deserved under the terms
ol the Inw.
BIXBV GETS LONG STAY
tri WRITE SLAVE TRIAL
LOS ANUKLHS, Col., Mny 29.
By nu njfreemenl between Assistaiit
District Attorney Oscar Lawlor,
counsel for Gcorgo Ilixby, tho hit
ter's trial on n charge of contribu
ting to the delinquency of young
girls, will be xslponed unlit .Inly III.
As a result of tho agreement Iho
case will conic up as scheduled Juno
11), nt which timo it will bo contin
ued. Bixby, who is n Long Beach
millionaire, wn nrrested in connec
tion with Hie recent vice probe here.
PRESIDENT SERDS IN
i BUNCH OF NOMINATIONS
WASHINGTON', Mny 'ill. Presi
dent Wilson today sent tho follow
ing nominations to Ihe senate:
K. A. Fitftlicnry, to bu surveyor
gcnbrnl of Wnsbinglon.
John Densmorc, MontAun, li bo
solicitor general of thu dcpurtiiicnt
l!ttrl llugcs, to bu posliunstir ht
Olio 'I!nes, to bo" poslmrtHler nt
Ihe DuJiy . - . .m inrW.
Vt Cw,M MJ4 n t 11, r-N,
DirU bl-i lailoi.'u ,'jt) null wlili
Mliltu pipings nlxl tiultuiu )hki( of
velvet nn collar and eiiU. SluUon
DANIEL MELSA, VIOLINIST
OK TWENTY, A0ENIUS
NP.W YORK, May 29 Daniel
Melsn, tho boy violinist, for ho Is now
under twenty years nt nge, has been
taken In charge by rich Jowa of New
York, Including Otto II Knhn of tho
great banking firm ot Ktthn, IOub ft
Co.; Mrs. Samuel I'nlormycr, wlfo of
tho Pujo money trust committee
counsel, and others, who ImtlovA ho
will develop Into a great musician.
Ho is an orphan of tho pogroms,
when tho Jews ot Russia wero cut
down like cnttte. After the pogrom
of 19 or. n Poland the mother and
son wero hunting for tho bodies of
the father and sister. Who had dis
appeared. Tho father was never heard of
again, but about a week after their
disappearance tho mutllnted body ot
tho sister was found In a deserted
cemetery, whero It had been heed
Isssly cast by her slaers.
As they woro leaving tho cometory
with tho bullet-torn remains of the
child n strong force- of Comekn sud
denly surrounded thorn, still frcnzlod
b' sccnea bt massacre and bent on
further slaughter. Not knowing, wbnt
cls'o to do In tho fjco ot such deadly
peril, young Mclsa took his rhorlshcd
violin from tho bug which ho always
carried and began to play with the
Inspiration 6t a grea crisis.
Tho yelling Cossa.nks Immediately
subsided Into sltanco nnd n hush ot
rapt attention felt upon till. Then tho
leader dlamlsrod his men nnd told
the young Orpheus and his mother to
go In peace; the hand of the Lord
was on the boy nnd no harm should
como to him orhls
f .1 JW-I" . '
GONDmON OF JAPS
SACRAMENTO, Cal., May 29.
Seeking liiformntton on the living
conditions of Japauso In tho Sacra
mento valley before tho private of
fice ot Governor Hiram W. Johnson
for a conference on the Japaneso sit
uation, 8. Kbara nnd A. Hnttori,
members of the Jaoaneso itarllanfeuts
IC. Yatnoto, sccrojury of Kbaru nnd
K. Abldoi a newspaper editor of thin
FrnucUco, mado In trip today down
tho Sacramento riior to Inspect the
orchnrds and berryllntricls that aro
tlllod by their roiintryiiutn.
"Jjfo request haH been received hero
for an Intervlow with tho governor,"
Socretary McUnbo anii(5unred today
at tho governor! office
McCaW ladlcltiA that such n re
(iioct wohbl readily bo grnntcd.
The Japanese, nro stopping at u
fashionable hotel hlld havo rcfolvcd
many visitors slucu. their urrivul.
SACKAMHNTO, Cith, May 21).
(lovenior llimm W. JoIiiihuii lodny
nniiotiiiced that )ih Voulil grant n
heating lo Gus W'joiian uin Husaiinn
Viercko. wnute'd iii l'oVlJi'ifid, (Iro-
gon, on a elitugu 'of udntery, liel'oro
taking action on tho request for ex
tradition by the Oregon urithorilics,
The coiiplo weie nirested in Hnn
. OUT ON $3000 BAIL
KKATTLl-;, Wi.s.h fny 2l. Neil
MeArtluir, custoinH inspcelor, who
wns jailed s 11 witness ngiiiust Char
lie Louie in an opium smuggling ciihq
upon his ictiiiu to Heat tie. after 1V1H
uppenring when wnntcd lis t witueau
111 nuothor sniuggiiig case, is free
loduy under 300" cush buil, t I
Mfr mm MHM !
I- . .
MOTHER AND BABE :
ATTACKEb BY DOG
KKNNKYYU'K, WhhIi,, Miiv i!IK -Mrs.
Osrur I'unliti und her lirti-your
od baby hoy nrl rceiArrliiK hero to
day rnim hilt't tufliclcil bV a bulldog.
The dojr stjili)d to Wohy the bivliv
while it wivl ii(vtoyi Atlineled bv
Ihe baby's oiirs'Mfs; 1'iinlin grubbed
t up nnd rtlshcd iitsido tho yard only
lit bo grabbed by tlio nun hnd drugged
)o the groumMiy the dog, which bad
jumped I IpJ lViico. licr Hcientuil
brought Nlc. Cdliwnv, n iteiglibor, t
Ihe Hccito tinned with an axe mid he,
(Kvoiupaiiietl bv hisN own dog, il
locked iho bulldog mid k tiled it.
The child's bend was badlV gashed
hnd Mrs. l'tirdin'H itniis lacerated.
BY U. P. 10 flj
MCW YORK, Mny 29.- Speaking
ot plans for the, uumorglng of tho
Southern Pacific nnd Union Pacific
railroads, In Accord with tho supremo
court's order, Judgo Robert Lovett.
chairman of the otecittlvu board of
the t'ntou Pacific, said.
"Wo buvo decided on two alternate,
plans, details ot which nie not set
tled. We propose to nffer tho South
ern Pnclflcstock held by the Union
Pacific for public subscription In a
way similar to that In which Now
York bonds woro disposed of. and to
Invito bids at such price and amount
as bidders desire, tho minimum prlo
to bo fixed hereafter.
"As nn alternating wo propose to
deposit stuck n the hands of somo
bank a a trustee, with voting power
and against tho Issue ot its certifi
cates. Such certificates, while hav
ing no voting power, would entitle
the holder to dividends and be ex
changeable by the holder for tho
stock Itsolf upon tho statement by
tho holder that ho Is not a stork
holder In the Union Pacific. As this
would result lu disfranchisement or
stock whllo hold by u trtutrn nml as
long as held by any Union Pacific
stockholders', ft Is proposed In this
caso that certificates bo offered
shareholders of I lib Union Pacific
alono nt such prices at Its directors
may hereafter determine. I Intend
to submit both plans, lo tho court."
JOHN DAVIS MEETS
The third of n s cries of oear fatal
nccidcnls Thursday Injeil John
Davis of (ho Griffin Creek district
up with n sprained hack und severe
bruises, the result of tinting 11 large
tree, just felled, roll over him. A
year ngd Davis wha bitten by n wild
enl, blood poiifonitig set in und he
nearly lost bis hrin. Htx mouths
Inter a cnlf Davis wan lending, rail
liwny, Ihe rope becoming wrapped
about bun, dnfggiug him along,
breukiiig n leg.
Davis was chopping wood 111 Iho
forest back of his place, some six
miles iront Mcdford Thursday morn
ing wilb his two sons. One of (ho
boys relied n large tree 011 the lull
nhoVc, which rolled down iho bill
toward the father. Thn latter nl
ti'uiptcd lo run out of Iho way, Ids
fndt ruught in a stamp, nnd the tree
crushed over him, sti iking his back
mid bruising him badly. Dr. Por
ter was Htiuimoiicd Iron! Medford ami
reports Iho patient not fci-riously,
though painfily, iiijuicd.
' DHTROIT, Afny iS. A. I), flarret
son whs tonight ro-olectcd president
of tho Order of Railway Conductors,
ItL'AlllSo 'Tfllf MJWH
Is not very easy when the eyes hre
wdak or tho glasuos are faulty, !f
you find your eyesight troubling ydli
whothor you bo young or 'old do
hot doluy but como and havo (hniu
examined and treated at once. I will
select for ymi tho lonscs that will
h'elp your sight exactly, and tho
cost wlllHo tVlfllnft lu comparison
with thu borfoflt J'bif rc'celvo.
Ovor Kontnor'fl. '
WOULD LET jj
OFFENDERS OFF EASY
1'OIITI.ANI), Oto., May "JO.
United Slates Dishict Attorney
iloliiisou today decided not lo prusH
Iho indictment rctniiu'd ngntiisl Ida
Kennedy, l.uoy OilVlJllo mid Chits
tine Pablo, Iho Unco gills unwdod at
thu 'luunnwti Indian school nit
charged of'huung mined 11111110,1 or
They weio teliiiiied lo Iho school.
Tho gitls.aio t$ild lo 1ms.' made 11
full siulrWiit io tho ilislthtt utlor
iuvv In which limy dcolfircd Ihuy did
not ical'uc Iho hcrloiihiiOHH ot their
With Medford Undo is Medford mado.
certainly last a long time9
."' 'mv,Btl (tits wngon twenty-two yenia, nnd
cltinntr that time it cost mc only $0.00 for rcpoirs.und
that wns for setting two tires."
"And nftcr twenty-two years of daily ud In fiood
nnd bad wcntticr nnd over nil kind of roads, I will
put tliis wagon ngninst nny neiii Wnj;on of another
mukc that you can buy today."
"Studebaker wnuone aro built of nir-diied lunibrr
nnd tested iron nnd steel. Even tho paint nnd varnish
nro subjected to n laboratory test to insmo wcniinj:
"No vrfon iinsde l ulJied lo m inimy Inls ot U lnlrl
rrrrulh niadtf thun SludUUr. You can buy thrift of Smdc.
taker daslert cvetytvneie."
"Don't Kiton li Ihe denier who wuntt lo el yon n chfoti
wagon, VrprcMnted lo bo jut n jtoo.1' ai a StudcbAkcr."
rrm w2on trurki. dunt vrdgan and C4ili. tb-hvrry
wasona, IiuiKio. tuttrrt, depot wagon-iid hamcit of all Lmda
of the aaino hlh aUudard tho StudcbaLer vehicle.
St out Dtaltr ot urilt to.
Rose Festival Special
I C0,SU N S ET AiPtil
j 4 'ifT,rm xiCATKAiaN
fAshlandL Medford Grants Pass
nnd liitcniicillato iioinU
Lenvliry Mcilforrt Stoiuluy ovuiiIiik, Iiuiu Dili nt (1:30 1 At.
ROUND TRIP tfARES
Duo fftlr, romal trip, fr'om titlidr iVolnlu in Itogno river
TiolcctH wilt bo hold Moiidnyj Juno Olli only, nml will bo
good for return on dr buforo iTiitio 10,
I-'or fnrtlidr ilnvlidulrti'ft, VfhofvnlioliH, oto,- call on A. S.
Roftulilinunt, ngoiil, or rtddroRHj
Jolin iii. Scott) General JPasaengor Agorit,' FortVand, br'egon,"
MAZAMASOFF FOR ?
1'OIITI.ANI), Ore, May UD. A
paily ol' I O.i Mimuunx, n inounlaiu
'climbing oigituiriilloii win loino hmo
toiiiuht for (linnls Pass, over Iho
Kotilhuni I'lU'ilio, nn llielr viny to
llm Oregon inaiiiinolli eaves. The
'li'ip ('nun (liaiils I'sm Iji thu oiUen
'nnd leluui will he iiuido oil fold.
Sclmoiirr In Hoipio Auroiiml.
. (lOl.l) IllJAl'il, Ore., Mnv ail.
Till! KUttolluu Nclioottur Hiiudolph,
hmlled villi MitpdliH Ar (ho Widdnr
bnru enmieiy, is fal ugiound 011 Iho
mhiIIi npit of the Itogno nvor today,
I'lew and cargo itto hiiIV.
fer: Every Day
A InrKo part of Iho Walk-Over
Shoes that wo otirr) oto drosV
enough for any occasion, 'fhnj'
aro good fltlors, loo, and you
won't havo to pay tho prb'o of
dlnroiufrt for hc-liiK styllih,
Let yAiir next pair bo
Other good shor-i at Ji.nO
1 ;.m(.i rit
Tho llm I
South Bent!, Id.
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