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MEDFOtiU MATT TRTTCUTO . MEDFORD, ORKHOK MONDAY, JUNTO 2.1, 101!.
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Medford Mail tribune
The Democrat Je Tlhriw, Ths, Medford
Moll, The Medford TH1MS Th fiouth
mh OrwroflUm, Tiio Aahlatut Tribune
(Wlen Mnll.Trllmno lMIItUnit, SJ-3T-S
North, Vlr etreot; tnph6he il.
Officii TTtipcr tot Ws Cttir TOf Medford.
uiuciai i-nprr or jncunon uovnty.
QKOllOlO PUTNAM, Editor nnd Manager
Kntercd ns second-class matter kt
Medford, Orrffon, under the act of
March 3, 1810.
Ona rear, by '""" , , J'""
Ono month, by mall . ,, ,19
Tr month, delivered by cnrrlor In
Mtdrord, Jacksonville and Con
trol Point . .80
Pnturday only, by mall, per year J.00
Weekly, per year -..-- - ., 1,80
Dnlty vrsj:r Tor clove n montI "end.
ihk pcovpmiwr 10, ivix. sv
Ths Mult Trlbuno ta on vale at the
I'orr.r Now Tjtnnrt. Pan I'rancteo.
Portland Hotel Nowa Stand. Portland.
oruami News to., rorunna. or.
W. O,. Whitney. Kenttla. Wh.
rnll bated VTlre United rrM
MKOFORO. OREQOIT. .
Metronolla f Southern Oregon and
Northern California, and tha raatcst
' growing rlty In Oregon. .
Population U. H. ceniua 1910 SttO;
estimated. 1918 in.000.
Klve hundred thousand dollar Orarlty
Water System completed, Ktvlmc fluent
supply pure mountain watcr. and 17.3
miles of streets pavet .
Poatofflrn receipts for year ennlnc
November 30, 1911, show Increase of 19
per cent. .
ttanner fruit cltr In Ore ron TToru
Itlvor Bpltsenbera applea won awetp--)
stages pnip ani line or
"Apple Xta Of
the National Appt
9, and a car of Nei
of tbe WotWf
o Know, trpokane.
nnt mh in laio
at Canadian International Apple Chow,
Vancouver, n. C.
rtrat rrtsa In 1911
At Spokane National Applo Show won
by carload of Newtown.
OUT ON STRIKE
SAX FRANCISCO, Cat.. June 'J3.
Two hundred members of tlic Press
Feeders' Union- Trent on strike here
today ngninst thirty-five sliops of the
.Frunkling Fruiting Trades Assoeio
tion, because of the refusal of the
employers to grant the union's new
Tlio Dross Feeders will be joined in
sympathetic, strike by about tup hun
dred members of the Printing l'ress
The printing' pressmen were or
dered out by tha International union
which hiinelioued the strike. Twenty
fi'e important shops not called con
nected witli the Fmnklin Printing
Trades Afreocintion higncd the new
- The btriko threatens to involve the
liVailers, tho bindery women, book
bindor, photo euprnvcrs, stoeotyior3
Tho union i nokiut; for n wne in
crease of .'J..")0 per week for the men
now receiving from $13..")0 to $1C.00
po'r week. The new scale, has the
ndoreement of the Snn Francisco
Labor Council nnd of the allied print
ing trades council.
SCHOLARS WHO WON
GOOD TEETH PRIZES
Shortly after tho Christmas holi
days the pupils in Supervisory Dis
trict No. 2 wcro invited to enter a
Good Tcelh-'Goo'd Health Contest.
Kules governing this contest wero
explained nnd left at each school.
The teachers and supervisor gave in
structions on tho subject and pupils
were encournced to read nnd learn
from any available f-ourco concern
ing tho euro of tho teeth. Through
co'-opcrution with an eastern dental
' company, some forty prizes were of
fered for efasnys on tho care of the
teeth. Nearly ono hundred pupils
wrote and sent in papers and Super
visor Henry finished tho cumulation
of tho papers mid mailed awards to
the winners Saturday, Juno 7. There
were sent out twenty-ono first prizes
each consisting of a travel packet of
four toilet preparations in n dainty
ribbon-tied case; twelve second
jjrizcH, each being a full sized tube of
denial cream; nnd twelvo third prizes,
which wcro half sized tubes of tho
-Tlio pupils awarded first prizes
, In tho 0th grade, I'eail Whitney,
of tho Persist school; in tho 8th
grade, Agnes Flippen, Hock Point;
IMith Tiowis, Persist nnd Agnes Al
len, of Dciby.
Of Iho 7th grndo wero Mario Ilil
lies, of Winter; Kttn Cusiok, Trail;
Iouio Sweet Mountain and Ada llig
Xn tho 0th grade, Harry Skyrman,
o'fitlio Upper Trail school; Alden Gal
hrouth, Mays Creek; Edna nichard
tn tho Otli grndo, Leonn Stowcll,
Dnvdnuclls; Jcssio Fredcnburg, Pnn
Uoj;; Iinzel Knott nnd hobert Wok,
(lulls Creek; Kiunm Wrt'odeock, Fools
Creek; Mabel Drown and Fern Dewey
l'iii'o Grove, nnd Ilobort Carter of
jrn.vs Creek. In Iho 4th grade,
IfnHieviDo Cook, Fonts Creek, and
HniTtet McV.eod,,of ,jho ITnteliery
.ullool, -Cloid Uill Nows, '
Mexico CITY, Juno 23,-Fol.
lowing nn untsnUsIhctdry reply fmiu
the Itucrta Kovornmeut to n demand
hy tlio HrltlHli minister hero that tlto
Kngllfih mllro.ut between the capi
tal lind tho son coast at Vera Crux
bo kept open nnd amply protected
ng.MnRt attack by the rcbelft, tl
llrltlsh cmhasRj nt Washington '
today In receipt of n report cover
ing tho whole question.
Iloyond stntlng that "energetic
steps were being tnken to prcvept
tho capital from being Isolated,"
President Huorla would mnko no
guarantee. This was considered far
from satisfactory, nnd tho matter
was nt onco laid beforo the W.ish-
FEWER HIE, IRE
ESE IN HAWAII
WASHINGTON. Juno 23. Tho
1910 census, tabulated for tho flrlt
time, at tho census bureau today,
bows that during tho past decade
Jap.nncso In Hawaii Increased 30.S
per cent, whllo tho Caucasian cle
ment In tho population Increased
r.2.S per cent. Tho puro llnwallaus
arc dying out, having decreased 12.0
per cent during tho last ten years.
Tho total imputation in 1S322 was
130.313: In lUlO, 101,903. Of the
latter number, 79.075 were Japan
esc, only 25 per cent of whom were
born In tho Islands.
JACK JOHNSON ASKS
FOR KANSAS PRISON
CIUCAGO. Juno 23. Jack John
son's attorneys todny asked United
States Judge Carpenter to change
the sentence of n yenr's imprison
ment ur jonct pentteutiury ntul n
fine of $1000 meted out to the hi:
black pugili-t, so ns to allow bim to
do time in Leavenworth. Johnson
thinks that Joliet Is too close to Chi
cago for him to c.-cajto "unpleasant
Simultaneously Johneon's nttor
ncys filed nn appeal nnd Judge Car
penter granted their reque.t for n
reduction of bail from .i:i0,000 to
$13,000 pending a decision.
MEDF0RD GOLFER SETS
NEW PORTLAND RECORD
rOIlTI-ANn. dro., June 23. Tlto
northwostcrners had tho middle wes
terners to an even break In tho final
day's contests lr, tho modal play of
tho golf series which ondod bore
A cause for elation was that
"Chick" Kvnns of Chicago arid Harry
I.cgK, of Minneapolis, wcro bested by
H. Chandler Kgnn of Mcdford, Ore,
and A. V. Sfucnn, of Vancouver, l:
C. This match was In every way the
fcaturo of tho series, l'sun and Ma-
can finished three 'up arid two to
play, and In doing so, Ugan with a
score of G7 Bet a now local record
for tho Wavorly course
Harry Davis, of this city, though
ho and Jack Neville, of Oakland,
wero beaten by Warren K. Wood and
Ned Sawyer, of Chicago, played In
wonderful form, In tho second round,
making tho IS holes In CO, equalling
tho former Wavorly record. Their
defeat was duo to tho poor form of
Neville, who has been far from his
best In all tho matches of tho scrfe-'f.
Tho scoro for tho day (3C holes)
was; ICgan and Macau beat Evan's
imd !cgg, thrco up arid two to play.
Kgan 71-C7, 138; Macan 73-73, 11C;
Kvnns 7G-7-J, 119; Logg 7C-72, H8.
Frnzlcr Hule, and C. II. Dovol of
Chicago, heat J. S. Mattiuon, of Vic
toria, and A. 8. Kerry, of Seuttlo 1
up and 3 to play. Halo 71-74, 148;
Dovol 82-79, 1C1; Mattlson 79-78,
157; Kerry 84-80, 1C4,
D. Floager and T. Slippy, of Seat
tle beat Phil Stanton of Grand Ilap
Ids, Mich., and Howard Leo of De
troit, Mich., three 'up and two to
play. Flchgor 81-79, 1'C6; Uphy 79'
78, 15C; Stanton 83-77, 1C0; Leo
77-77, 104. Wood and Sawyer beat
Davis and Novlllo seven up and fivo
to play. Wood 72-72, 144; Sawyer
7C-70, 14C; Dnvja 7C-09, 144; Nov
lllo 80-80, 100. ' !
RECORDED BY SEISMOGRAPH
SANTA CLARA, Cal., Juno 2.'!.
Tho seismograph at Santa Clara Uni
versity, it was nnnoiiriee'd todny, re
corded a filhl en'rthfua1;o ns occur
ring nt 5:58:24 yesterday morning
followed by u more sever disturb
unco ten minutes Inter. Less severe
shocks continued for scvernl hours.
Professor Ncwlin believes the ills-
tuibniico to be n lwunwo of up-
liejivtils in the Aleutian Wuinls.
PRINCIPALS IN FIGHT OVER
$120,000,00 OF STOCK
f A. , h KA
Tt. 8. IjovcM,
Cliainnau of Union Pacific Hoard.
James C. Mclteyiiobls,
Attorney General McKoyaidds mid
Judge Kobort S. l.ovctl, chninunu of
the board of the Union Pacific, hnx'e
locked bonis our tho dUHisitiun of
the $li(i.000.00n of Southern Pacific
stock which the Union Pncifio owns.
They appeared in St. Paul the other
day before the United States court.
The attorney general said that it wo.
time for the I'nion Pacific to dispose
of the stock.
SIEERS $8 TO $8.50
SHEEP $5 10 $6.75
PORTLAND, June 23. Receipts
for the week have been; Cattle,
112(5; enhes, J7U;hogs 2(i(7; sheep.
.Market stonily to stronger this
week. De.t gr&8 steors sold in
bulk S.OOCtfS With mi ocensionul
good loud nt SiUiO. Outlet i. mimic
what limited but receipts have not
been Inrge eiiough to come to a glut.
Gtiod cows nnd heifers were not of
foring freely, but one bunch of cow
brought $7,000, the remainder being
jsior iiiality. Prime light venl enhes
at $0.05 font tired.
A stonily to higher hog trade. Re
action in prices set in early Mondny
morning. Toh iuiekly reached
$8.23, $8.30, $8.35 nnd finally $S. 10.
Thnrsday market firm at $8.40. Con
tinued light receipts would strengthen
it still further.
Sheep house, draggy. Prime year
lings failed to sell bettor than $5.00;
ewes $1.50 nnd lambs $0.50 and
and $(5.75. Much thin stuff is com
ing in this year and buyers are not
anxious for any but good fat mut
ton and Iambs.
CHICAGO, Jnno 23, To cheek
what they fear may dovotop Into an
epidemic of Btilcldo, Chicago phyal
clans today Joined In a demand that
tho authorities at once restrict tho
salo of bichloride of mercury tnhlots,
TW6 girls bavo died hor.o within
tho last twenty-four hourH, after
swallowing tho drugs and a third wbh
rushed to tho hospital this morn
ing. Llllun Silverman, who accldon
tally swallowed mercury, died yes
terday. Ruby Mussollinau, despon
dent over tbo loss of hor position,
swallowed twenty-four tablets and
died soon aftorward. Mth. Matnlo
Ilounlng, 21 years of ago, took four
tablets und is expected to dlo today.
She had ijuarrelfd with hor husband.
TRY TO WRECK TRAIN
LONDON, Juno 23. Militant suf
frngettos nro hold responsible todny
for nn alleged attempt to wreck tut
orroj.B train on tho London nnd
SoTttli Wc'fcfuni VnilroiCd in a funnel
nt Devouport last Saturday, A short
tunc beforo the Londoii-Plymoth ex
press twin, was duo n motor nol-
licded with two heavy wooden ties
placed between tho rails Hi tho tun-
w, No ono whs injured.
ni.FNMlAKi:, tliv., .luiio 1W.
Ft lends of Kay Diamond, the young
man now u fugitive in the moiinluiiM
west of here, following his seniii
tiounl holding up of the Uleudalo
Slnto Untik, todny deeluied tho limit
a Mdiin of duhl peixoiiulity.
I V ltd it niunth ago, licu lie lost liK
1 mttiiiou becnifo f nu iillereatiou
with n fellow workman, Diamond
, had led tut exemplary life, wiim ie
J eeived in tho best homes, Was u lead
ing member of the local dramatic club
;nnd n well known fraternalixt. ltis
I calm exterior was in Htrikiug eon-
tract of his tastes for vending, how
ever, u search of his unbln disclos
ing hundicds of hooks dealing with
robot vie-, murders mid oxploits of
No further triieo has boon found of
Diamond, though Sheriff Qulno is stdl
searching the trails on this side of
Kern M. Wilson, cjiicf deputy in
the sheriff's office, who has charge
of the tax collodion department, has
resigned mid will shortly leave for
California, where ho has extensive
property interest. Mr. Wilson is mi
export accountant mid is widely mid
favorably ktiowu in the valley. Di
bits done much to straighten out the
mix-up in the shoril'tV books. Do
fore going into the shertf f's office, he
wns auditor for the Hotel Mod ford
mid other business rotu'cru.
OREGON HAY CROPS
PORTLAND, Ore. Jnno 2.1. Spe
cial reports received by the Portland
Journal from over ono hundred cor
resHindenls in vKas(cnt Oregon, the
Willamette Valley, Washington nnd
Idaho, indicated serious os to hay
as a result of the extraordinary heavy
rains of the lift ten days. In the
heavy land sections of Kusteni Ore
gon timl Wn-hington, quite a tiumher
of resirts indicate lohs by wheat
falling as it result of the showers.
Thirteen hundredths of mi inch of
rain fell Saturday night nnd live
hundredths early Monday morning,
making a total of 1.35 for June. In
the Mitiutry the precipitation was
heavier. Some dniiingu has been
done to grain bay by tho Juno ruin,
but the benefits to other crops far
exceed the damage to hay.
WASHINGTON, Juno 23. Follow-
ing the announcement that Frederick
C, Pcnficld is to havo a special au
dience with President Wilson here, it
was reported that tho New Yorker is
to be tendered one of tho Kuropcuu
cmlmssius. Fivo vacancies Russia,
Austria, Germany, Ttnly mid France
yet remain to bo filled.
More Showers Predicted.
PORTLAND, Ore., Juno 23.
Ferecast: Oregon nnd Wushingten:
Showers west tonight mid Tuesday,
showers east portion tonight or to
morrow; south to west winds.
NO HKCItKT AHOt'T WOMAN'S
Tho flashing eye, tho elastic stop
mid tho brilliant complexion nro
never companions of organic trouble;
but It Is tho distressed expression,
aches and pains, falntuess, dizziness,
that bearing down feeling, and tho
blues Hint ar'o tho telbtalo symptoms
If such women would only remombor
that l.ydla K. Plnkhain's Vegutablo
Compound overt much such distress
ing syinptoms, womanly beauty
would bo no longer a secret.
John A. PeHj
, QH H. HAHTLKTT
riioiics M, 17 Vinil 17-.T-2
Ambulance. Scrvlco Deputy Coroner
Tho county coiitt hn received Tioin
Paul 1). Sargent, noting director of
tho depnttmcut of public rouds Of
llu Flitted Slates, sjgned coiilrnots
for the impi'ovoiuoiit, building mid
niaintonuui'o by tlto govornuUnit in
eo-opofatlon witli tlio county, of fiO
miles of postul ronds.
John S. Oitli is mimed av Irusloo
I'oi goieiuuiont and comity luuds mid
nil moneys will he paid thioiigh him
on government Vouchors,
COST TEN DOLLARS
Mrs. p. W. llatuil enriched tho city
coffers with ten dollars Monday
morning ns a icsittt of dctuoiistrntiiiK
to lriends that she really could drive
fitM, if she wtin led to. The burst of
speed took place Sunday afternoon
on North ltiwnddu and tlio speed
ometer of Chief of Police Illttson,
who wns following, recorded n .'10
riulc clip. Mrs. llumil explained to
the court thai she had not been driv
ing n oar long mid hconuso friends
twitted her about the slow rate of
speed she maintained, she resolved to
show thrm she tenlly could go ut n
CHICAGO, Jnno 223. Moro than
2r,uu0 building trades workmen
locked out hero by (ho nulldlng
Trades ussoolatloti, rojolcetl tod.ty
when the police reported it break In
the ranks of (ho contractor. Thoy
declnro (ho suhiirhau contractors are
permitting (ho men to restimo work
and (lint patrolmen who have been
guarding (heir building hnvo hem
withdrawn. Tho union lenders tire
trying to force tho employing asso
ciations to arbitrate their dispute.
A TWICE-TOLD TALE
One of I n I ere-1 to Our Headers.
Good news bears repeating, mid
when It Is confirmed after a long
lapse of time, oon If wo hesitated 'o
believe It at first hearing, wo feel
secure In accepting Its truth now.
Tho following experience of a Mod
ford man Is eouflrmud after many
A. '.. Sears, 231 Fifth street. Mod
ford, OreKoii, says. : "Since public')'
recommending Down s Kidney Fills
In 1907, I huto ii him I thorn occasion
ally and they havo always brought
good rosults. I was nMlrted with
severe pains In my back mid I' often
found It ImpoBilhlc to stoop. Tlio
kidney secretions passed too fro
fluently and this weakness was a
fDiirru of much annoyance. Hear
ing Don'u'a Klduoy 1'IIU highly rec
ommended, I procured a box at Has
kins' Drug Store and b tlio (lino I
had finished tho contents, I could
sco that they wore tho right remedy
for my trouble (iriiduully tho pains
and other difficulties disappeared
mid my health Improved. I cheer
fully recommend Poan's Kidney I'llln
lo cvcryoui) affllcKed with kidney
"When Your Hack Is Laino Re
member tbo Numo." Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy ask dis
tinctly for Dunn's Kidney 1'llls, (ho
sumo that Mr, Scars had tho reme
dy backed by homo testimony, rifle
it'll stores. FoHter-Mllburu Co.,
Props., lluffalo. N. Y.
ICfs i , ,
an?&a ueat locntea
hotel in the
City. Running diitilled
ice water in each room.
European Plan, a la Carte
Tariff 6n Rooma
60 rooms with print bath
60 rooms silt priute bitli
30 aultei. bedroom, nar.
lor And bath ' 3.00 each
For moro .than one uet add 1.00
extra to the above rate for
each additional 8Uet.
Reduction by week or month.
Managtmtnt Chtitir IV. KilUy
,. LcsflQo of Grill aud Pining Room. :
WliERE TO GO
A very chu'ci' program lo
nielli IValtiriiiK an oxtiulloiil.
Mnlit't (jlumgti of l.MtsturcH
Monday and Tuoaday
"THE STOLEN PAPERS"
A Two-Uol I'Valtiro
: ISIS THEATRE!
rilOTO I'l.WH TOIIW
AN Old) ACl'Olt
uiiii.v hiii:i:k .MCin.f
With MIm Mmy Fuller
A MOCK MAItltlAOi:
Cl'I'lti'S Itlltiai MAN
, , With John lluiinv and MIm
, Coming Tiii-oilay
A .MIIIMt.'HT lllll.l,
HoX's i'muouN Maslerpleco
III Two I'arls
W. I. VAWTKIt, I'resldenl.
ti. It. I.INDLKY. Viro Pnt.
?. W. MIlONAI.D. Cnshlor.
Capital and Surplus
in city Of Medford
Oriigon'u Most itp-to-dato I'lro-proo't
Warohouuu with llurglar-pruof
For rates upply
MEDFORD REALTY &
Stoam and Hot Water
All Work OuarunUed
COFFEEN & PRICE
IB Howard Block, Sutrnno on Ith Ml.