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Th Demecratic: Tim, Th Medford
Mftll, The Mmlfnrd Tribune, The Houth
rn OrKonbin. Tha Ashland Tritiums
uiiico Man TNDunc nuiimncr. ic-ll-iv
Korth rtr streets telephone 75.
OfflnJM Paper of the Cltr of MeiMord.
Official Paper of Jackson County.
QROltOH PUTNAM, Editor and Mana-wr
Entered aa sccond-claa matter fit
Medford, Oregon, under tha aot of
March t, 1179.
One rear, by ' f
Ona month, by " .50
Per month, delivered by carrier In
jucuioru, jacKBonviua nu cen
tral Point .SO
Paturday only, by mall, per year S.00
Weekly, per yoar
. - t.SO
Dally average, for eleven month end
ing November 10, 1111, 2751.
Tha Mall Tribune la on aala at the
Perry New Stand. San Frnnelaco.
rortland Hotel New Stand, Portland.
Portland New Co., Portland, Ore.
W. O. Whitney, Seattle, Vh.
Toll X,ad Wire TTnitad Ira
Metronolln of Bouthern Oreon and
Northern California, and tha fastest-
ITOTTinp city in urecoru
Population U. 8. eeniua 110 SE40;
estimate!. 1S1I in.OOO.
Fire hundred thousand dollar Qravltr
waier uyaicm completed. Riving rtneat
unpty pure mountain water, ana 17.1
mile of atreeta nave-L
Poatoffleo receipts for year endlnc
novemner so, mi, anow incroaao of 19
Banner fruit city tn Oregon rtoguo
River Bpltxcnberg apples won aweep-
aiaaea prue ana lino oi
"Awli Xing- of tli World"
at the National Annie Know, fpokane,
1909, and a car of Nowtcrni won
rtrat Fris la 1910
at Canadian International Apple Show,
Vancouver, B. C
LONDON, Juno 13. Tho houso of
commons commltteo which has been
Investigating tho "Marconi shares
scandal," today presented a report
to parliament absolutely exonerat
ing Chancellor of tho Exchequer Da
vid Lloyd-Georgo nnd Solicitor Gen
eral Isaacs from any wrongdoing In
connection with their purchase of
Tho commltteo found that both
cabinet officers acted In tho bo!i3f
that their transactions In American
Marconi stock did not in any way
conflict with their official rcspons'
btlitles. Tho commltteo report said
there was no evidence of corruption.
In a minority report, which was
headed by Lord Robert Cecil, tho
findings of the majority of tho com
mltteo wcro disagreed with, la tho
minority report both cabinet offic
ers wcro censured and it was de
clared they had been guilty of gravo
ON EVE OF WEDDING
LOS ANGELES, Cnl., Juno 13,
Mystery surrounding tho disappear
ance of Hurry Welsh, 35, who left
Los Angeles several days ago for a
tramp up Mount Wilson trail, is as
deep ns over todny. Welsh was en
gaged to marry Miss Grneo Howard
of Santa Barbara, nnd it wns nt firqt
thought Iiq hnd gone to visit his fian
cee. Inquiries developed (hut ho hnd
not been Been there. A search of
tho mountain trails is being made for
the missing man.
HUERTA'S CAUSE HOPELESS.
(Continued from par.e l.Y
out Tho Iluortii army is in bad
bnpc, many of tho prinonpr-lroops
being commanded by cadets sixteen
nnd eighteen years old. After the
fnU of Gunymns, which is deemed
cerlcin, tha Sonorn rebels aro ex
pected to hold out only u short time."
Tho people of Sonorn, Stephens
says, wero forced into rebellion by
Ifucrta, Thoy simply wished to he
let alone. They had no quarrel with
iho central government and objected
when tho operations of tho federals
against tho remaining Mnderistns in
Chihuahua enmo to their doors.
VigbtJiig for Principle
"They nro really fighting for a
principle," said Stephens todny.
"They receive no pay for their mili
tary servico nnd expect none. Thoy
tiro of tho belter class of Mexicans
and deplore tho stale of affairs which
undoubtedly will continue- for somo
timo to come."
At tho timo of the batllo Didier
Mussou, tho French nviator, hnd not
arrived to aid tho rebels in their at
tack on Guayraas, but ho was ex-
pectcd. Tho federal gunbiut Guerrero
which ho wns supposed to nttaek was
grouuded durin? tho Santa Rosa
fight and took no effectivo part.
"Each sido appears ti bo resting
nt present nnd another fight is ex
pected nt any timo. Tho battlo at
Santa Itosa is declared to have prob
ubly been the most bloody of any of
tho recent revolutions with tho pos
sible exception of tha fight in tho
City of Mexico which culminated in
tho fall and murder of Mndero nnn
tho Ropes,8ion of General Huerta to
tho doubtful honor of tho presi-lieucy,"
NOTIFIES WEST OF
SALEM, June 13. Governor West
recoived n letter today from Franklin
K. Lnne, secretary of the interior,
notifying him Hint Hie secretory hntl
appointed Will G. Steel of Portland,
superintendent if the Crntcr Lake
Xntionnl Park. Mr. Steel was en
dorsed by Governor West and Sena
tor Clinntberlnin, by nil except two
members of the sttito legislature nnd
by n mnjority of the lending Oregon
democrats, despite tho fact that ho
wns n repubhenn. Ho hnd tho strong
est petition ever sent from Oregon to
TO SAIL TUESDAY
VICTORIA, II. C Juno 3. Villi
Jamcr Stefnnssen announced last
night that tho Arctic expedition of
which ho Is tho head will sail tr-im
Ksqulmault on Tuesday in tho whVt-r
Karluk, which will proceed to Nemo
and thcro tako on board the explorer
and tho scientists of his par.y. who
aro to salt from Seattle Tho IC.uluk
has two years' supplies stored In bcr
bold and on Monday sho will shift
to the coaling wharf to complete- her
In tho southern party under T.r.
Anderson, tho zoologist, will bo
Fritz Johannscn, biologist; J. I?
O'Neill, mining geologist; Kennctl
Chapman and J. R. Cox, topograph
ers; Henri Ueuchat, anthropologist,
Dr. Jennls, ethnologist; Dr. A
Forbes MacKay, and photographers
With Stcfansscn in tho northern
party will bo Captain Bartlctt and
crow; James Murray, occanographor;
W. T. McKlnlay, magnotlclan; Gen,
Malloch, geologist, and others.
C. 0. D.
WASHINGTON, Juno 13, In
Btructlons to postmasters wcro is
sued today for handling C. O. D.
parcel post packages. Tho rcgu'a
tlons will bo In effect July 1.
Charges on packages will bo col
lected from addressees on and nftor
that dato, provided tho amount on
a slnglo parcel docs not exceed $100.
Tho feo for collection will bo 10
cents In parcel post stamps, to bo
affixed by the sender. This fee also
will Insuro tho packago against loss
to tho actunl -valuo of tho contents
not exceeding $50.
Tho sender will get a receipt show
ing tho amount to bo collected, tho
amount also appearing on a tag at
tached to tho package. Tho ad
dressee will receipt for the package
on tho tag, which will servo as an
application for n money order. C.
O. D. parcels may bo accepted for
mailing by rnral carriers and will
bo delivered by city and rural car
riers and special dollvory messen
gers. Such packages will nut bo
mailable either to tho Philippines or
to tho canal zone.
JOY RIDE IN AIRSHIP
ENDS IN FIERY DEATH
LIMA, Ohio, Juno 13, Androw
Drew, a pupil of Orvlllo Wright, volo
planed to the ground and death hero
yesterday In a blazing biplane.
Drovv was killed aB a result of a do-
slro to tako "Just a llttlo joy rldo,"
his last words to his partner, In a
machlno which hnd not been thor
oughly tested. Ho fell 200 feet, his
burning machine falling llko a torch
hurled from tho sky. Only a few
spectators witnessed tho tragedy,
which for sensational terror has
never been equalled In this city, It
is supposed that an explosion of tho
gusolino tank caused tho accident.
NO MATCH MADE
FOR JOHNNY KILBANE
OAKLAND, Cal., Juuo 13. Jlm
mlo Dunn, mnnngor of Feather
weight Champion Johnny Kllbane,
declared today that Promoter Jim
Qrtfflu ot San Francisco had mudo
him no offer for a match? as re
ported, Kilbano left last night for
Los Angeles nnd Dunn will Join him
thoro tomorrow or Sunday. Dunn
said that if Griffin offered enough
money for a bout with Abo Attell ho
would bring Kilbano back to San
Francisco. Dunn said that under no
circumstances will ho send Kilbano
against Rod Watson,
EX EDI N
SEATTLE. Wash.. Juno IX
Fruitgrowers throughout tho north
weat nro being notified by transpor
tation companies that hereafter no
fruit shipments will bo forwarded
unless tho freight Is paid In ndvsnro
or guaranteed by sumo respounlblo
porsous or bank.
Tho action of tho railroad com
panies Is brought about, It Is snld,
by tho fact that during tho past eon
son largo ntnounts of fruit did not
bring enough on tho market to pay
tho expenso of transportation.
Tho growers did not feel like dig
King Into his pockets for tho amount
of tho freight bill. In view of tho
fact that ho had received nothing for
his fruit, and tho commission men
felt no obligation toward tha rail
road companies, so tho roads lost
out nil around. They will tako no
chances tho coming season.
PORTLAND, Or., Juno 13 Tes
timony of experts employed by tho
stnto railroad commission was heard
today in tho csua of tho cities of
North llend nnd Mnrshflcld against
tho Coos nay Water company. The
testimony Is being taken by Rail
road Commissioners Clydo I). Altchl
son nnd Thomas K. Campbell, sit
ting as members of tho recently
formed public utilities rommlssioa
The cities filed tho salt ngaltnt
tho water company on tho groun 1
that tho rates charged nro too high
and that tho water supplied Is In
ferior. D. D. Clarke, engineer of tho city
water board of Portland, was called
as :i witness and gnvo testimony a.
to tho prices paid by tho city for
water pipes nnd tho wages paid em
ployes of tho department.
Dr. Calvin S. White, stato health
offlcor, stated that ho had mado an
analysis of tho water and found it
NINE MORE POLICEMEN
SANT FRANCISCO, Cal June 33.
JCiuo additional San FrnneiM'o pa
trolmen were named today by Michael
flallo, convicted bunco man, ns giv
ing "protection" to an Italian bunco
ring in return for n fiftcn per cent
"cut" in their swindling profits.
This brings the number of policemen
under firo to eighteen, Patrolmen
LouiH F. Ilnllctto having been nnmed
District Atlornoy Fiekert refiificd
to disclose tho identity nf the new
men named by Gnllo hut claimed hu
"hnd tho goods on Hnllcto."
Tho first eight policemen who stand
indicted for conspiracy will go to
trial next Monday.
LOS ANOKLKS, Cub, Juno 13,
Declaring that a coat of whitewash
was applied by the coroner's jury
which investigated tho i'niplro day
disaster at Long Reach, in which 30
lives wero lost, District Attorney
Fredericks said todny that hu will
start n grand jury Investigation fflto
tho cause of tho collapse of tho mu
Tho grand Jury will begin an Inde
pendent Investigation of 'tho affair
next Slonduy, Fredericks said, nnd
If It finds that uny blamo uttnehes
to uny official or contractor action
will be taken.
NINE PENSIONS GRANTED'
IN MULTNOMAH COUNTY
PORTLAND, Ore., Juno 13, Nino
pensions nro today granted to widows
by Circuit Judge Gutens, tho first
under tho new widows' pension Jaw.
All wero found to hu deserving cases
in which immediato relief wns nec
essary. Tho pensions will totnl $'270
u month. Ono had ono child, ono
hnd two children, and two hud thrco,
three hnd four nnd two hnd six chil
dren. For ono child $10 will bo nl
lowcd and for each additional child
$7,00 making tho sum if $17.i0 for
tho women with six children,
Tho pensions will not ho pnynblo
until July Ifi.
- i..i .
(Klumnth NWlhw extern)
Ooitnldornble feeling nf Indigna
tion has boon nxpitwsed in Klamath
FrtlU nq n result of the announced
appointment of William S. Sleel of
Portland to the poitioa of Superin
tendent of Crnler l.ako National Park
to succeed Mr. W. F. Araut of Kla
Mr. Sleel wns recommended bv
Senntir George- 11. Chamberlain mid
on (hat recommendation wns ap
pointed bv Secretary of the liiloiior
Franklin K. Lane.
Mr. Steel is a republican and ad
mits it, and nllhough Secretary Lane
has stated that a democrat from ev
ery county in Oregon has applied for
tho position, still Mr. Steel ''bring
home the lmcon."
In n letter to Mr. Arant n few
months nun, which wns read at a
mass meeting of Klamath eountv
citizens nt Iho court house, Mr. Steel
said that if Mr. Arant would resign,
ho (Steel), rouhl get tho appoint
ment and with his influence with the
Now Is Time
Timo wns when wo treated tho
fly as an uvll that must be endured
but tutor Investigations Into his hab
its, etc., hnvo proven him too dan
gerous a pest to tolornto. Along
with tho study of hts pperallons as n
dlscaso breeder and germ conveyor
wo hnvo also been enabled to look
Into the homes of hts younger days,
tho favorite of which wo find to bo
tho manure pile. Although born
nmhNt such lowly surroundings be
soon seeks better quarters nnd Is no
respector of places or persons. We
may find him feeding In nil kinds ol
filth, or perhaps upon the daintiest
morsel upon tho table. After having
partaken or his meal his delight Is to
find an open vessel containing milk
nnd thcro perform tho operation of
of washing his feet and face. Ills
The Principles of Money
(Dy K. L. McClure.)
Medford "stands still" llko nil tho
rest of tho world. Industry and
business are depressed. Recent let
ters received from Mcdtord people
visiting other parts of thu world re
port worso business conditions ev
erywhere thaaint home.
Money Is scarce. It Is always the
can? whenovcr there Is a general de
pression In business. That is what
causes hard times. When money
becomes scarce it makes money dear
and effects tho world supply ot
money Immediately, which Increases
tho valuo of money everywhere and
reduces tho valuo ot nil wealth In
Tho circulation of money Is the
primary nnd nbsoluto osscntlnl to
prosperity. Any obstruction to
money circulation Is Immediately no
rompantod by falling prices, whlcn
checks or suspenas production, la
bor Is thrown out ot employment
nnd nothing can savo tho country
from bankruptcy without tho circu
lation of money Is restored to equal
Tho gold standard limits the sup
ply of real money to gold coin. Thu
banking nnd currency system given
to us under tho dictation of tho great
financial interests Is n gigantic spe
cial privilege which gives tho bank
ers power to circulate fictitious
money nnd drnjv Interest on thous
ands of millions of deposits. This
fictitious money Is payalilo on do
mand nnd tho moment tho money
king desires hu can start a panic
by creating a demand for money In
jxcess of money supply. Thoro Is
no possibility of stopping a panic
until confidence Is restored, nnd no
ono can restoru confidence but those
In control of monoy supply, and that
Is tho nee ret of monoy power.
Over ninety per cent of nil busi
ness Is dono on credit, and all pros
perity dopends upon confldonco In
monoy supply becauso tho moment
nny doubt Is raised tho banks aro
compelled to hold tho money they
hnvo nnd call their loans to mulntnln
tho required legal por cent of monoy
to tho total amount of deposits,
which Is an utter Impossibility bo
can no tho total monoy supply, It tho
banks had It all, does not equal
what tho banks aro required to hold
Financiers lmvo tho power to pro
clpltato a panic nt will that will de
preciate nil wealth and destroy all
prosporlty. This power Is reduced
to a science and monoy kings abso
lutely roguluto tho degree of pros
perity to suit their ulterior pur
pose whatever It may bo, us posi
tively as tho engineer regulates tho
prcsHuro of steam,
Fluctuation in values Is tho op
portunity of financiers and by tho
manipulation of monoy circulation
thoro Is no limit to tho posslblo con
centration of woulth in tho hands ot
tho fow. No ono can cstlmato tholr
wealth but It Is plain to bo scon thoy
can tako It all If they chooso to ox
orclso tho power given to thorn by
tho gold standard.
Rants Over Steel
powers at Washington would ho able
in hold the appointment through Iho
' This statement wits honied at hv
the local people ns being pure "con
Mr, A rani has been decidedly In
dorsed by local men to hold tin
position until (lie Interior Depait
meut xhould see fit to appoint a
democrat, which was cuunidcrcd on
Iho pnnjiiiin, hut no one thought of
Secretary l.nne nppolnllng a republi
can to succeed Mr. Arant
Mr. Sleel, it Is said, although ae
iiualuted in Klamath FalN, lm
shown an unusual love Tor MedTom
and Klamath Palls feels that In as
suming tho office of Superintendent
of Crater Lake National Park Mr.
Sleel will incidentally hand out n
"few raps" to Klamath FalN.
Mr. Arant staled yesterday that
nllhough personally ho does mil care
because a change was expected, he
feels that the Interior Department
has dealt this county n heavy blow by
putting Steel nt the head of Ilia park.
to Swat the Fly
over veuturexomn nature Hotnellmes
tends him ono step too far and tho
Intended wash becomes a bath, dis
ease germs contained In pnrtlrles ot
filth adhering to his feet aro trans
mitted to the milk and then taken
Into tho human sstem nnd wo won
der why children become sick In
wnrm weather. In this case n
auuco of prevention Is worth more
than pounds of euro.
Swat tho fly by doing away with
places where thoy breed, and when
ecr possible do auay with places
where thoy feed. Hereon nil placm
whero food Is kept or prepared,
screen tho privy allow no deeom
pofed nnltual or vegetnblo matter
to lay around.
Two files less In Juno means
thousands less In August.
Scientific money Is a perfect rem
edy for nil tho defects In money.
Tho money Issue nvnllablo would bo
$50,000,000,000, or more, Instead of
1. 500,000.000. It would provide
n money supply exceeding any pos
sible money demand. Kqulllbrlum
between the supply and demand for
money would bo mnlntnlned by In
terchanging bonds for money or
money for bonds on demand without
cost at all depositaries.
United States banks of deposit nnd
exchange would bo opened In every
locality requiring banking facilities
All deposits would bu kept on liana
either In money or bonds. Drafts
would bo Issued frco of exchange on
nny other deposltnr yln any mrt of
thu world. Individual checks on
other depositaries would bo receiv
ed for collection and credited when
paid without charge, mhktng Indi
vidual checks good In pay obligations
nnywhero In tho world.
Rank offlclnls would hnvo no re
sponsibilities but tho performance of
tho simplest clerical duties. Tho
government would Incur no risk and
all depositors would bo -cruru from
any loss from bank failure.
Pulled States unmatured notes
would bo the only renl monoy (as
gold coin Is now) nud full legal (un
der at their face value for tho pay
ment of nil debts, public nnd prl
vnto. Tho only substlluto for monoy
would bo checks drawn on United
States depositaries. Tho uso of any
other nolo, check or coin for monoy
would ho nn net ot treason ngulti.it
tho United Status.
Scientific money would bo Issued
as follows; (1) To redeem nil coin
Issued by tho United Statos mint If
prcHontod within ono yonr. (J!) To
redeem all outstanding bonds nnd
notos Issued by tho United States,
(.1) To pay till outstanding obliga
tions of tho United States nnd all
futuro budgets of congress, (-1) On
application of states or otlior subdi
visions of government complying
with treasury regulations; to redeom
nil outstanding bonds of states,
counties, municipalities, etc., and
for all futuro budgets,
Five years could bo fixed as tho
limit for tho privilege ot using
chocks, drawn on corporate or pri
vate bnnks, for money to glvo thu
bunks timo to liquidate tholr obli
gations to depositors,
All deposits In United States de
positaries would bo on hand nt all
times In monoy or bonds.' Tliors
could never bo nny possibility of a
panic or scarcity of money in circu
lation. Ilorrowors with security to
offer would always find an unlim
ited demand for tho current rate of
Interest from tho multitude of tho
John A. Perl
28 H. XlMVrhKVC
Phones M, 47 and 17-J-2
Ambulance Horvlco Deputy Coroner
no, (ion, (mo, 000 bondholders, which
never could tin ethnitKled, because
ho matter how great Iho Ioiiiih u
hccurltloH might heroine. It would
nut decrease tho amount of govern
ment bonds, which would remain In
circulation nud continue to create u
demand for tho current Interest rate,
putting nu end to the poriMitratlon
of usury by tho natural law of sup
ply and demand.
President Wilson knows Iho prin
ciples of money nnd has given ente
ral consideration to tho articles ou
svleutlflu money published III tho
Trlluino, lie linn not made any an
nouncement of his money policy, ex
cept, "that ho would build n gibbet
In Wnll street higher than Hainan -
ho would hot actually hang them,
hut ho would brand any ono who
started u panic hU children and Ills
children's children to tho third nud
In a recent private letter to Sen
ator Tillman It Is reported ho said'
"Ho would recommend n remedy for
tho monoy system that would en
able tho people tn sustain credit
without Interference from finan
Without gold Is demonetised, that
cannot possibly bo done, therefore
It must bo that Wilson has decided
to proclaim nclentlfle money.
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"Tin: cititv si:ntini:l"
Oram! spucturukir military nud unvit
Wonderful buttle scenes. Tho sink
ing of the blockade running vessel.
'I'lic l'-atli struggle! between tho sol
diers ou tho light house.
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"A LITTI.H HHIIO"
THAT DAIIW TOWN llltl.l.i:"
IU00 fest. 1000 Iniiiths.
AL KATIIIilt 1 KONO
Appropriate tuuslo nud effects.
Afternoon nnd Kvoiiliu:.
AiIiiiIIihi He ami Hlc
212 Turk Strcot
g Finest popular priced
Hotel in San Francisco
jrj.ji ucst located
: nna moat
" hotel in the
City. Running duUillcd
ice water in cuch room.
European Plun, a la Gtrtc
Tariff on Rooms
12 room 91.00 each
GO room - . . . 1,50 each
50 rooms 2.00 each
00 rooms fcilh pilule Ula 2,00 each
60 roomi vrilh pilr.t otth 2.50 each
30 iuito(, bedroom par
lor and bath 3.00 onch
For more than one nueit add $1.00
extra to tha above rate for
each additional guest.
Reduction by 'week or month.
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