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Moll. Th Meor&rtl Tribune Ths South
em OrojconWin, Th Aahlatid Tribun. .
Offlea Mall Tribune Uutldlnv, 2.-17-Z
North rir trt: tl-phon ,
USOnOB PUTNAM, Rdltor and Manager
RnlercJ an -rcond.:laaa matUr at
Mulforil. Orfgen, urnltr tha tot ot
lurch S, 187. - -
of th City of Meaford.
sper ef Jackson Count.
one rfftr. by mull......
Una inonth. by ma'l.
1 r mnnth, ilrtWeml by cnrrlrr In
MnUrtrtf, JiwfcMilivlll. una Cen
I ..P. .l,l,l...... ! Hill ,PV
fstnrdfiy .only, by mall, pr yr J.00
Werfrtr. Per ycar. - -- T.n
. IVOKH CIKCXATXeV.
. Dally fUrmk'n for rlov-m month and-
tng Nbvmbttr so, mi, mi
Tim Mull Tribune fk nii tala at the
Parry Nous Htnn.1. fsn Kmnclaccv
rorOhil llottl , No ptnild. Portland
l'.-rtrtrt N-t-s tM, lMrllnntt Or.
W. O. Whllhojr. Kcttl-. Vnn.
ran Xfc&.Wl "Wire tJAlt.a XT...
Metiopoirn of Southern Orren aad
uiprn i-aiironim. una ia vastest-
Krowme cwy tn or-;o-v.
hhuiuW--U, 8. -wm-s-m 110 SMO;
KTvta hm-dred thousand dollar Gravity
Water System foniplotot, Rlvlnk- rtn?5t
nprlr tiur mountain water and 1T.S
tnUe of ftlreala pavnl.
pMitoffice, prcMptw far year endtnc
NoTatntnor JO, 1JU, Mow lnciaaa ot 19
BaniNy fnilt chy in Oregon Rocue
jttvr Hpttirnb'n; aptitea won tweop
(ttkti pHaa ano iitl of -
.. 'JLMU xinx ef tha Wor! fl
at tb Katlotisl Apflo HhOK. kpokan,
1M, and a ear f Newto?i won
U Slrat rrta la 110
nt CanMtan Inttrnatlonat Apple Show,
Vaneourtr. B. C
Tint MM la lall
At .StKikanq National wpple Show won
y carload of Newton-na.
iiokim jiivt noarn Drought niRneat
prlcfs in nil markets ot tho wofd tur
tK Hi" Past fix yeara.
, To Iho Kdltor. H Beenis wo can't
keep n trand birtptl. Saturday our
frloncl McClnro rchd l)r Cook'tt book
qnd then saya ho Is sure ho reached
tho pole. Mr. McCluro forgets tbftt
the United States Geographical so
clcty nt Washington, p. C, Appointed
a committee of Impeachable experts
to InvestlRato Dr. Cook's records and
computations and they were branded
by them as being absolutely fraudu
lent. Heine personally acquainted
with two of tehse men, 1 wish to.
state that the statement they made
can be accepted by any one and that
the. society and our Halrerstty clab
at Washington, D. C,, considered th.t
m nnai.anu win do a,li -e can to
publlla. thb fact that h Is a fraud,
i ours rcspecuuuy, .
L. W, WIHTIO.
OF BIG TRACK MEET
CAMDUIDGE, Juno 2. Ualvers-flj-
or rcnns)lvan!a, trod'Vbe fhlrly
olghth annual track and field jnect of
tho IntercolloRlato Avnoctatlon of Are-
atour Athletics of America Saturday.
John Paul Jones, Cornell's team cap
tain finished his college clndcr-tracl:
career by running tho fastest mile
over credited to an amateur, the now
world's record being four minutes
14 2-5 seconds. It Jowered his own
record made two years ago by one
second. Harvard won the second
placo, MIcli(gan third, Cornell fourth,
Dartmouth fifth, Yalo sixth, 'and th
University ef California and Wesley
au tied for seventh. Princeton, Co
lumbia, Drown, SyracusQ and Penn
sylvania State finished In order nam
ed. WALLA WALLA, Juno 2. Uni
versity ot Washington won tho third
coiifofc'nco track and field meet Sat
urday, with 36 points; Vashlngton
State 20, 1-3; Whitman 7 1-3; Uni
versity of Oregon 2-i; University of
Idaho 10, Orogon Agricultural col
lege 8 1-3. Clydo of Washington,
broko tho milo record and finished In
4:21 2-5; Wlnunagle of Oregon low
ored tho quarter mile dash to CO 2-5
Clydo equalled tho Conference record
by half a Jiiilo in two mlnntes; Mc-
urosity, w, s. v. negotiated tuo low
hurdles In 25 3-5 seconds, within 3-5
seconds of the conforenco record.
"DOLL SHOP" TO BE GIVEN
BY ODD FELLOWS LODGE
Tho L O. O. F. of MedfortL being
so charmed with tho very few spe
cialties! from "Tho Doll Shop" at
their vaudevlllo durlnj? convention
wcolc, decided at onco to produce this
very delightful piece, at tho Page
tlioatcrj und undor their auspices,
Juno 13 und Mmo, Szlver has full
chargo of the production. Many nurr
features and mighty jretty ones Will
bq inttoduced, Elghty-threo artists
ot Medford nro already rehearsing
day nniljilghl so as to perfect every
"llttlo jnovenKuit,' ,ny, Juno, 13 a)l
will bo "real professionals." A
"stunner" will bo given. "On tho 11,
on the Hon, on tho lioulovard,' a song
and danco In which the over popular
Herbert L. Alforft wi)l sing and cs
tIsted with n tine cljorus ot volcos
und nil kinds of surprises In store
for those who will, sco It. Henlembor
the date, only one, night, Juno 13, at
tho Page, ' ,
With Medford trndols Medford made.
ID W F
RITCHIE JULY 4
S.U KKAKqiSCQ, CttL, June 2. -MyMory
Jltjot"!! inlo liio Hglitwemlit
cliniupion-Uiin bo.xinij prospect for
July 4 iiuiko it more (hail ivwsilile,
in the onitimn of fiuht funk here io
il.iy, tlint the n:.out ilunlinn will
tnko n t'tinoux twit leforts, tlfo pre
ont eOk i" done. ,
A At preM'tit the two bljr oonst botils
rimmpion Willie llilcliie versus Joe
Hirers in Snn JYaneNw).
Hud Anderson eisus Tenoh Cros
of New York jit I.os Anele.
Tho wa.V tho four fighters may
uUimnlcly he paired off, however,
tuny he rnilienllv different, Tho
fisht carti, before the week ends may
Clmtiisnon Willio ltllolito versus
Hud Anderson, in Snit tVnuot:eo.
Joe Itixcrs versus Leach Orvs? in
If Levy clinfja ,o his delermina
timt to force riussido wei"ht niul
tho deadlock cnunot he broken, Pro
moter Graney, it w believed, will
sprinc the second tnii!; to his bow
in Iho person of Hud Anderson.
Dick Dounld's rented tlcmcut
that he doH not belie-e 11m Ritchie
Hiversi luatrh is a certainty mid that
there is Mill n chance that Anderson
will be. llitchic's opponent July 4
le.id to the belief thnt be know$
Grnuey Inughg nt the intimation
thnl, Rivers will not fixht Hitehie,
but KtiRpiM nt the namo time that
ntv Aiidcron-Hitrhie mnlch would hi
it ood card. Tomorrdw, pn)bably,
will tell tho story.
CENTRAL POINT SULKS
Central Point forfeited Snnday's
frame in tho cighlh inmn to ilctlford,
rcfnsinj; o.co,ntinno bvcanpe ot the
nmpire'8,ilec.ision was not to their
liking; Tho score at the tiino ftood
With two nut in the elcbtk inning,
a Central Pointer on third attempted
to Meal home. He was declared out
by Umpire Wilkinson bat the Central
Pointers alleged interference with
tho runner by Mcdford players nnd
walked out of the game ns they had
started to do in the j;nmc of a week
Hattcncs for Central Point nre:
Mclntyro ntul, Wilhon, for Medford,
Third and Hill. Vnipirc, Tom Pnn
key and John Wilkinson.
Mrs. Maude Part ridge of 431)
South Evergreen street with nn ess
about tho k5zo of a woodpeckers',
now cluims tho championship in tho
small hen egt class. Tho cpu meas
ures three indies in, circumference
ono way and three nnd threc-eighthi
inches, tho 'other. Te cfrp was laid
by n Hhodf Island ited and this U
the hen's only offense in tho small
eg line, thu other ejw) buvin been
of nonnul qizc.
Tho funeral of Thoodoro Diamond
will be this afternoon at three o'clock
from tho son's 'residence, IS floss
avenue. Rev. E. O. Eldrldgo officiat
ing. Interment In I. O. O F. ceme
tery, undor tho auspices ot the I. O,
O. I lodge.
DIAMOND Tho fnnornl service's
for Theodore Diamond were held
Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'cloqk from
tho homo of his son, IS Koso avenue.
Iter. K. 0. KhiriilKo officiating-.
Th,e Odd Fellowb had chnrgo of
Iho services at tho crave.
pRYDEHMAN Tho funeral ser
vices for Sirs. Mury Crvdcrmnn who
died May 20 at tho homo pf her
nieco in Oakotok, Canada, wore
held Sun'day rtt. tho Presbyterian
church in Central Point.
Uakeball Special firnnts Pass to Weed
The Southern 1'aclMc will run spe
cial train Grants Pass to Weed Sun
day, Juno 1st, for baseball game
Weed vs. Grants Pass ut Weed. Train
loaves Grants Pass C a. in., Medford
7:15 a. m., making, ctops at intorme-
dluto points, reaching Wood about
noon; roturnlurr leavo Wood G p. ni.,
should roach Medford about 10:40
p. m, On6 faio for tho round trip.
Medford fo Weed and return, f2.8C,
BEACHEY, MASTER OF THE AIR;
VirtU tiEVER FLY A8A1N
SAK FRANCISCO. June 2. They
won't call me the master blrdraan
any more," said Lincoln Ueachey, the
aeronaut. "I am done. 1 haw flown
my Inst. I wouldn't enter an aero
blane afc.iln at tho point ot a gun. 1
know why they camo to sco mo fly.
It was a morbid curiosity to sco some
thing happen, like it tins happened to
others they wanted to sco one
Horaco Kearne's mother begged
hltn In Chicago last September not to
teach her son any now tricks. IJut
he did. Two months later Kearney,
Charles Welsh's: wife nsked her
husband not to do anything llko
Heachey's spirals. Welsh said that
Inasmuch as Ueachey did thorn he
had to in order to "got the monoy."
Two weeks later ho was killed at
Trenton, N. J.
Not long ago Mrs. Eugene Ely
wrote to him when ho sent her some
tickets for an exhibitien: 'Charlie
would hao been with mo now It ho
bad never seen you fly."
"So I am done." said Deachey. "I
am not solnK to tako any more
chances myself nnd 1 am not going to
lead others to their deaths."
SUFFER A CUT
PORTLAND, June 2. Receipts
for tho week have been: Cattle,
8.r).1; enives, f9; Iiors, 2011; sheep,
4370; huntrrf. 20.
Cattle values suffered n severe
cut during the week und the mnrket
is j,nmcrally 25' to' ."50 "cents lower.
Steers received tlfn brunt of tho at
tack. Rest bullocks wero selling
steady ?8.2, to Jr8.30 .toward tho
closo willi good grn-s stuff nronnd
8 cents. Hutclier Muff was Mow to
participate in thu slump as heifers
brought 8.00 nod cows $7.80, nl
thongh thee prices nro not in exis
tence today. Qqod hulls und fctngs
arc steady to a shade weaker, while
calves remain tinclianced. Heavy
liquidation from drouth afflicted sec
tion on California nnd Hocky moun
tain state, bus hurried nluns tho mi
mini advent of the truss caltle run.
Ileef is not as plentiful us in former
years and Iho trade cvpeetK a com
paratively steady market all sprinj;
Thu' hoe; market displayed strong
"come buck" nttalilies from opening
to closing and ualuud afiroxunntely
'doc. Host light swTno sold steady
Wednesday 8.50 nnd 8.fi!j. Demand
has boon brisk nnd bip; tnongh to ab
sorb receipts which havo been bettor
than the avenge. Uncertainty as to
tho market status tho coming week
prevents much speculation.
Sheep hotisjo proved nh iiTegulnr
affair up" to Thursday mid thereaft
er nppenrcd to bo KtehTlier. Killcn
aro burfeited oir poor mutton and
Innlbs. Are eullin- for jwinio stuff
whieli is fiiirlyfirm. - Wetntrs nt ffl
and ewes nt Jf5.2r and sprtnc Iambs
1!7.00 Id f 7.2.1, arc prico'ops in tho
various fcheep olnttws. JJ.piidalion
lnre and range of prices wide.
WASHINGTON, Juno 2. With tho
vvhlto mail clerks domndnlng separ
ate quarters from riegro clorks on all
mall curs, Alex II. Stephens of Sun
Francisco, nowly nppolntod general
superintendent of tho'rullway mall
sorvito, will imvo a big Job on his
hands vvhnn ho reaches Washington.
Tho whllo clorks n!no havo domundod
la a petjtlpii iq lljo pbst master 'gon
eral that tho races bo segregated.
. i. aniai n Av, 1
BARTER AND TRADE
Uly'c, M Whlslor.)
Fortunately for ua tho experiences
of tho pust nro recorded on hUtory'a
page. Wisdom says, profit by tho
Mllej-leiict) lit lAhuht, and the prudent
Ltfo Is maintained at the oxpoiio
ot lite. Lnlior la the universal re
qulreuicut mid produces tho uecessl
Hon ot life. Hut U U liupoNlhlo for
tho Individual to supply nil of hU
necosltles by his own labor becauito
ot lib limitations. Ho mut dopend
upon the labors ot others. Dut oth
ers nro under no obligations to Sup
port him grntdltnusly. Ho uuiH
labor for others or exclmugu his sur
plus pioilncts for tho surplus prod
ucts of others.
This reciprocity wo call barter and
trade, nm has born carried on In
some form ns far hack as tho page
of history records the notions of man.
Tho method of obtaining the fruit
of thu labors ofothors linn com
prised every concolvnblo device tf
man. Its plt steal scope Is equal ex
chnngo through agreement of both
parties. Theft, robbery, plrncy and
Invasion t Intellectual sropo ts
trnthful rcprepeiitntlon, cunning, de
ceit, and falsehood.
Tho science, of economics tenches
that equal exchange, which can only
bo effected through truthful repre
sentation. Is tho only jnstlftnbtb
method of meeting man's necessities.
To bo scientific ts to be ever learn
ing, nnd wisdom takes rngnltnnct of
results. History records not only thu
rharncter but also the results nt tho
experlenco of man In his endcovor to
meet tho problem of life through the
exiwillent ot barter nnd trade Th
adequacy of method depends upon
tho complexity of exchange.
If two men are producing In ad
joining fields It Is not difficult to
exchange products by basing values
upon tho amount of labor required
to produce each article to bo ex
changed. Hut distance Is nu almost Impass
able barrier to a direct exchange ot
LOS AN0KLKS, Cnl!,
In spito of objections by
Tom Jones. Ad Wolgnst will meet
Red Watson in San Frnrn.'jsoo June
20 if Jim Griffin, who is bidding for
tho former lightweight kinj:' serv
ices, meets his terms. Wolgitst ma.b
this declaration today, with the addi
tion that his decision does not mean
that ho will break with Jones, for the
reason that when tho time comes
Junes will "come nrund."
"Suro I'll fight Watson," Wnlgnsl
said nt Doyle's camp, where he Is
training for a buttle nt Vernon
June 10 with Johnny Duridcc. "I
would not lt unv tiling like that get
nwny if Griffin comes through with
tho price. That's all I'm wnitiii','
With Medford trado Is Medford made.
CAPTAIN OF BRITISH POLO
TEAM HOPES TO WIN
Captain It. (I. Iiitsoti of tho Knnis.
killcn DrnKooifK,-wlio-hoadH tho Hrit
ish polo team, which lias nguin
crossed tho Atlantic In tako back tho
cup won by tho Americans, boliovcs
thfl nritoiiH liaie Vchniico to win
WOLGAST TO FIGHT CROSS EXAMINATITN
M WATSON JUNE 20 OF BUNCO LEADER
" JsaaaaamamAl '&
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a t r
PR f 1 I
cejtnlu commodities'. So while our
scopo of exchange Is btilng continual
ly widened, expediency forces us to
simplify our method ot making
equal uxchnuge. In order thnt pro
ducers at widely divergent points Of
production mny exchange that of
which they hnn a surplus, by tho
employment ot a safo and consorvu
Kquul exohnngo necessitates tho
art ot canlputntlon, Computation
scientifically . speaking its hut the
science ot making cqulvalcnta. All
computations rcqulru n base, which
tm. xo call primary, and as tho no
ressUIa ot Ufo nro tho. product of
labor, so nil computations.- In ox
chango accept labor ns tht primary
Necessity gives rise to experiment
New conditions demand new meth
ods. Experiment pun on tnelr effi
ciency. Wisdom discards thnt which
has pron limdequntn and adopts
that which meets the uecvsslty Ideas
or theories nro hut nn hypothesis un
til demonstration Is mado and tint
success or failure of tho attempt
proves whether the method wan srlou-
ttflo or uiifcWuiIImo.
Knlluro nnd success has followed
liio worlds ermru to meet tho re
quirement of human needs through
the nttompts tint haw boon made to
exchange, tho necessities. ot lite, and
a resume of plans and results should
1'rlmltlvo man employed primitive
tnnthod. hut was sufficiently scien
tific to act In nccord with tho high
est needs of the. times. The modern
Intricacies ot competitive oKrotlon
wore not Imown. Exchanges wuro
not computed on such closo margins
or upon so largo n base as Is de
manded by tho oxlgtncles of the
present day, and so tho follow (tig
tnblo af4romparattvo valun could ami
did mm tho timergencles of equnl
exchnnge at that time
Teh hides equal one sheep; ten
sheep rqunl one cow; ten com equal
(To He Continued.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Cnl., Junn 2.
Cross-examination of Mlchnel Hallo,
star witness for tho prosecution In
iho trial ot Frank Esola. frmcr de
tective, charged with grand larceny
In connection with the bunco scandal
here, was resumed today boforo Su
perior Judgo Dnnno.
Gallo'a wife probably wilt bo called
The district attorney's office ts In
vestigating the discovery of four
sticks of dynumlto and n clock noar
tho roadhouso of Joseph Uallangem,
In l'alrfax, Marin county. HnUntigm
Is said to have Information which the
district attorney wanted tn bring out
In the trial. Tho man Is alleged to
havo received a black hand letter
threatening "death to traitors."
MARION LEONARD AT
STAR THEATER TODAY
Ileautlful Mjs Marion Iconarri
who hns been heralded as "Tho Ra
chol of tho Silent Drama," was never
seen to bettor advantage than In this
forcefully dramatic plcturo, "As In
n looking Glass."
The character she plays is so wide
In Its scope, so full of storm and
sunshine, that ft gives her an al
most unoxampled chanco to tiso bur
grout power of do'plctlng emotion.
Tho spectator sitting boforo tho
screen Is hold from first to last by
tho strong, affecting story so truth
fully acted nnd by tho Indescribable
beauty ot Its backgrounds thnt havo
been photographed Into lovely pic
turw. At Star Theator today and tomor
row, Admission So and 10c.
EX-SENATOR PALMER IS
DEAD AT DETROIT HOME
DETROIT,. Mb-li., . Junn 2. For
mor Uunited Stales Senator Thomas
Palmer is dead ut his homu hern to
day, lie was at one timo United
Status minister to Spain and also
was president of thu World's Colum
bian Exposition in Chicago in 3803,
JoHn A. Perl
riiones M, -L7 and 47-J-2
Arnbulauc') .Hitrvlco Deputy Coroner
8nlallMrrlf-st6d ranch near city
reservoir, IIo'uso, barn, febtil, otc,
Tolephono und city water. Family
orchard, berries, -pvrdon, Now free
soli all pluntod. Ideal location for
market gardening, berries or small
orchard. Dny this ranch now and
got the bonoflt of this yoaT's crop.
It. Ii. NOIJUT, Oivnor
HOOO RIVER IK
11000 HIVKH, Oio., JluiO 'J. The
KiieeeMH ot iho Xoilh l'uolt'ifl Ft nit
DiHtiibutorH AHHoeinlioii today
seemed iirAined Ihixiimh Iho nellon of
Iho llooil liiter Apple UrowrrM Aso
t'iiitlon .ioiniue; thu organisation,
Tlil iiNoeliitioti, which was form in I
suvernl mouths up, will provide a
central ncllln (irKiiiiirntloii, to
handle the oulpul ot iiuiuv of Hit)
large.t fttiil urovuujr dishtuls in
Orepiu, W'nldiiiixloii, .Monlmiu mid
II. llavidson of Hood Kiver tvim
llreled president of Iho Not Ih Pa
cific; Didtrihiilors' Ashooiutitm, nt
the two day sesrion wliioli elosed
here Into hi-l night to succeed T,
Clark of Wenulehee, who reMlgucd
hroniixe hlrt ilWIrict voted iigtiiiist
jeiiiiiu: Iliu iistiselullou,
"Father grows younger every dny.''
And his new photograph hits him to
Tho old portrait taken twenty
jcars ago, made him ItHik so serious
and old-fashlouoduot a bit like ho
Wo wouldn't part with It of course.
Hut Isti t It splendid tn hnvn n pic
ture of hint as wo know him Just
as ho looks today.
And fnther sn)n Hint he's glad ho
gnvo In and had It made- thnt hav
ing jour plcturo taken Is far from an
unpleasant experlenco nnwudavn.
'i hero's n photographer In )our
H. C. MACKEY
K. Main nnd CVntral MotUor.l, Oro.
I lmvo some of tho best
buys in tho valley. Hood al
falfa ranches, tood bottom
land, plenty of witter. Also
good placo to rent. Don't
fail to see ine before yon buy.
P. O. Box 3G Ashlnnd, Oro.
FIRST CLASS WORK
Will lij tJ'-l "-
Coat and Veal 75
1017 W. 9th St.
You will fintf ft extremely con
venient if your iiisiininco lias been
plncetl In a edinpany wlilnli pays
Ha losses promptly, ntiil in full.
I lmvo no other kind. ,
R. H. McCurdy
401 M. F, & H. Bldff, PJioHa, 349
hotel in the
City. ' Running dHftillcd I
ice water in each room,
European Pl&n, a la Carte
Tariff on Room
f LOO each
60 rooms ttt smtti 14
SO room MS -rivtk bits
U1 tuMmm. maraaBi. Mar-
lor and bath 3.00 aack
For mor Hsb ona aueit add f 1.00
'extra to the above rate for
each tdcKtiohal -ruett.
Reduction by week or inonth,
Managrtnint Chtifr IV. Ktllty
Lo8teo ot Grill and Plilnj; Room.
WHERE TO OO
ii ISIS THEATRE:!
i: .VWito i'lajs Tsililj '
si:vi:.v yhaiis' had i.i'ck
.MIL MINTrilN'H MISAHVH.V.
A 1'I.OT l-'tU A MILt.Urt
ititHN(ih) H1i.lv AM) Tiih
With Mr. (1. M. Antiunion
Ailtiilou ft nnd III (Vols
I'atho's Weekly with Mood and
THE rtl'VH IIHI'ICAT
In Two Paris
SPiriAi, ItHiAV HPECIAL
III Her Trjitiiqiuloua Success
"AS IN A MHWINU HIiASH'
In 1hrts Reel
This uokIHtpI)' Is nu undisputed pic
IIMHI I'.vt of Comedy
When It ttuura to Hie production of
Photo-Plays tlm Klar n'liutln
In tho ltvl.
nmitl'-ST AND WOOLWOHTII
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EVERY AITERNOON AND EVE-
ADMISSION .1 AND 10 CENTS
in:m: tomorrow here
Mnrlon Leonard's tremendous success
"AK IN A MHMUNll fJLASS"
Matchless Marvelous .Massive
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
THE. MAX WHO OARED
Thrilling 2-Reel Story Depleting LI fa
In "tho Froten North.
THE PRIMA DONNA
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Matlneo Every Saturday and Sundiy
2:30 to C
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