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From the Merchant Prince
BY ASSERTIONS OF
LEADS IN VOTES
rorllancTf famous Hotel.
s Noted for the Excellence
TO LAKE IN MIND
of lis Cumnc. European pwnl
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TO v BEAR
KAN FRANCISCO, Oil., Juno 2i.
After Unitotl States District At
torney John h. McNnb liml received
l'retddenl Wilson' nceoptnnec of
rerinntion, ho isMied n long ptnte-
lnciit, m wldeh tie xniil, in jinrt:
"Tho president lm nPeepted m.v
rcidgiintinn, nml (tie iticulont i
rinsed. Even tin' rminont reHnectn
liility of tho president mid his fill
winio but neoessnry rertlfiento of
elinrneter to his nltorney general enn
not clinnga (he facts.
"If tlio ntlomey general rnn de
cline men innocent in fpite of tho
overwhelming evidence pubmitted to
two grand jtiricT he enn easily de
clnro men guilty ngnuit whom there
1 no evidence.
"Jf it wns right in XIny to tell me
to proceed, it in wrong in June to tell
me to stop. If it wns right in June
to tell mo to ntop, it's now wrong to
pny (lint the msor must immediately
proceed. Todny I nm driven to quit
this office because my self re.speet
will not Ruffcr dclny. Tomorrow the
ndmission will hastily proceed with
the trinl because it fears it will lose
the publi's rc8pect."
Ileforc tho announcement that Me
Nnb'tf renignntion hnd been ac
cepted, tho members iff the federal
proud jury, which originally indicted
officials of tho Western Fuel cora
nny, sent a Jong telegram to Presi
dent Wilson strongly upholding Mc
Nnb nnd denouncing Attorney Gen
eral McRcynoldg for his action in or
dering n postponement of the trial,
Tho message said in part:
"Wo cannot refrain from express
tug our protest that after ten days, of
earnest labor, devoted to considera
tion of tho evidence against these de
fendants, our "work is swept away by
tho autocratic act of nn administra
tive official. This grand jury, re
posing tho highest faith in yonr rec
titude of purpose, appeals to you to
publicly discountenance the action
thus taken nnd to uphold the hnnds of
the United States attorney in n vig
orous prosecution of nil the defend
nuts without fear or favor."
Secretary Wnro, of the Comiuercl.il
club, hns received the following re
ply from Secretary of tho Interior
Franklin K. Lane. In response to the
Club's Invitation to visit tho llogtio
Itlvcr Valley and Crater I.ako ns
guests of the club:
Washington, Juno IS, 1913.
Dear Mr. Ware:
Thank you nnd tho Medford Com
mercial club most heartily for tho
Invitation of Juno 12th to visit Cra
ter I.ako and tho Hoguo Itlver Val
ley. I wish that I could ninko n defi
nite acceptanco at tho present time.
but my plans nro rather uncertain
and I can not do so. However, I
shnll bear your Invitation In mind.
FRANKLIN K. I.ANK.
Mr. A. K. Ware, Secretary. Medford
Commercial Club, Medford, Oro.
Plaj let nt tlio lto nudetillo Tonight.
The gang of enrpenters, plumbers,
painters nnd linemen who have been
employed on tho enlarging and re
modelling of tho Postnl telegraph of.
fico in the Nash Hotel building for
tho past few days have almost com
pleted their labor and tho office is
now largo enough to properly handle
itn rapidly increasing business.
Tho Postal began competition hero
with tho older company for the tele
graph business as early ns 1892,
when not more than 1500 persons
comprised Mcdford's population.
Medford patrons of the Postal have
always had tho pleasure of having a
Indy manager to linndlo their mes
sages, every Postal agent hero from
tho timo of the late Miss Katheriuo,
Van Dyke, who was tho first agent up
to tho present manager Miss Came
ron, being of tho gentler sex.
Tho offico is finished in beautiful
Oregon pino from the floor to i
jMiint six feet up the walls, from
whence handsome old gold wall paper
extends to within twenty inches of
tho ceiling, whero n border of white,
with n watered satin effect mutches
tho ceiling, tho whole combining to
mnko tho offico ono of comfort and
pleasing to tho eye.
Tho report that Medford was con
sidering abandoning the July Fourth
celebration In favor of Grants Pas
was erroneous and at the meeting of
tho committee last night It was found
that no mombcr was lu favor of such
Montague will tend a basebell team
and a largo delegation for tho cele
bration and a rip roaring time is as
sured. It was decided last night to
have daylight fireworks on the streets
In tho afternoon, the illuminated
Mardl Graa parado taking tho place
of fireworks In tho evening.
There will bo automobile races on
Contra! avenue and a number of nov
elty races as well as horso races at
tho Fair grounds.
' Arrangements have been mado
with tlio Southern Pacific to run a
ipeclcal train from Ashland north
late that night to accommodate tho
visitors from out or town.
Five hundred dollars havo been of
fered for prlics In the Mardl Orris
parade, 100 school children will
march and thero will bo a baby show
which promises to bo one of tho most
Interesting features of the day.
PORTLAND, Juno 2.'i. White Tim
Penron of the firm of Pearson,
Page & Co., wai given the minimum
fine of $23 yesterday nftcruoon by
Judge Jones of the district court on
n charge of selling mishruuded fruit,
It. II. Webber, nn extensive orchnrdist
of Hood River nnd n member of the
Slate Itonnl of Horticulture, who con
signed the fruit to Pearson, Page &
Co., will now have to nppear in court
to nnswer charges to be preferred
against him by State Dairy and Food
Mr. Miekle will probably leave to
day for Hood River where Mr. Web
ber will be charged with branding
"fancy Oregon Roynl Ann Cherries."
when they were not up to the stand
ard in quality nnd ripeness, it U said.
This will be the firt charge of this
nature brought ngninst any of the
Hood River grower.
Although Judge Jones found the
commission merchant technically
guilty ho stnted that he thought the
grower to be renlly the guilty per
son nnd instructed (he commissioner
to go to Hood River nnd file the
charges against Webber.
PRICE FOYCHILDREN AT PAGE
THEATER IS REDUCED TO 15c
Tho management of tho Pngn thea
tre announces that beginning today
children under 12 will bo admitted to
tho matinee performances of PnnU
ges for lf cents. As the bill this week
promises to bo an unusually interest
ing one a record breaking crowd of
young people nro expected to attend.
PICNIC AT OAKLAND
Something like n score of former
Southern Oregon residents, whose
homes are now in nml nround the
Hay Cities, had nn informal picnic
and reunion nt Mosswood Park, Oak
land, Oil., on Saturday afternoon,
June 21st. It proved a most en
joyable nffair and many old neigh
bors, who hnd not met fo- year, had
n most delightful visit together.
The happiest event of the meeting
iug was tho announcement that one
of the parly, Hon. Theodore Cameron,
n resident of Jnckson county, Ore
gon, nnd n former state t-euntor of
the Oregon legislature, wns 81 years
old this day. M.r Cameron is hale
and hearty nnd received the congrat
ulations of his old friends in n few
It was voted to meet again nt
Mosswood Park on July tilth nt
which timo all former Oregoniuns are
invited to be present lo get ac
quainted nnd to have a good time.
Among those present were Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. Nunnn. Mrs. Josephine Rus.
sell, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Howard,
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. S. Paley, Mrs. Alice
Kane and grandson, Mrs. Win". Lnuge,
and daughter Mis Dorothy, and
nephew Krnnkie Krnuse, Mrs. J. F.
White, Mrs. Johns, Mrs. It. It. Ilnt
tou, Mrs. Dnhl, Mrs. Strattou, Hon.
Theodore Cameron, W. T. Cope, A. F.
lMdy nml N. A. Jacobs.
Apropos of tho rose contest, tho
Hugh DIckHou MmuiH to bo gaining
tu popular favor. It Ih a deep t lilt
led rose, very well adapted to con
ditions tu this locality.
It Is sort of between seasons for
this variety Just now so that tho
specimens seen at tho Kxhlhlt build
lug aru not up to tho sliiudard lu
Forty varieties of roses nro on ox
hlblt and ovurono Is urged to look
at tho display and votu for liU or
vw; ar v .-'
v Mill v
2 for 25c
A dMblnc WhlUSUlped NJtJ UODjftM
collir-Uiatlfutlyroi.lt for Arnrrlu'i lit
tMlout ilitMcn. tto tktkcler U ttt mw
llii th extra drone Uuronl UnktuUlid
Uuttcnbolc oa i Sllrtr ColUit ulr
OCO. r. IDC A CO.. TIIOY. N. Y.
AUo Miiti-rt ol Me .Shir It
Hlluatcri hi tltn Hub of tlio Principal
Theater nml Hhopplng MMrlit
lliycntly Itcdecornted and llofiiriillied Throughout,
nnd llcttcr Kipilppcd Today limn liver llc'oio
llooius without bath, 91.00 per day nnd up
ItoouiN ultti tmtli, e-.l lee day nml up
(J. J. KAUI'.MANN, Manager.
N. H. t'liAUKi:. AsM. Mgr.
POUTI.ANI). Orai Juno 2C
Ferecast: Oregon anil Washington,
showers tonight or Thursday; winds
With .Mctlford Trade In Mttlfon! Made
Phono us )our orders for
tint sTitirrtiY ritr.su nrr
TKit one pi:u sgtMiti:
Our 111(111 qitADti Iro cream will
plcuso you. Sold lu quantities f
2 gallons and up.
Wo havo our own twlrcn-day de
livery. ROGUE RIVER CREAMERY
Willi Mrriford Trade In .Medford Miidc
PRIZE LISTS FOR
Prize lists for Industrial Contests
nro reudy for distribution.
Pamphlets containing a complete
prizo list, also rules and regulation
governing exhibits for tho Childien's
Industrial Contest at tho state fair
nt Salem, Sept. 20 to Oct. 4, are
ready for distiibution and may be
secured for tho asking fiom any of
MJss Olvio Scott, Itoguo River;
fiupt. J. Percy Wells, Jacksonville;
Supervisor D. 0. Henry, Gold Hill;
Mrs. Itoso Ony, Rock Point; Mr. W.
A. Cowley, Central Point; Mr. Fro
deiiburg, Hullo Palls; Principal H. W.
Ager, Plioonix; A. J. I'lorby, Eagle
Point; Mrs. I). Perozi, Ashland; Miss
)'Mnn Houston, Trail; Superintendent
V. S. Collins, Medford; Supervisor G.
W, Ager, Talent.
MAMMOTH CLEARANCE SALE
200 beautiful new Sumnior
Waists, up to '$2.50 values,
on sale Thursday (Pf 4 Q
NEAR P. O.
Women's .1(5 button Wash
able Chamois Gloves in all
colors, 7;"h; values, on sale
Thursday special a 4fi
$25,000 worth of Glean Up-to-Date Merchandise
at Great Reductions!
ONE -HALF PRICE
Every Coat and Suit
They are going fast, hurry if you want one.
$15.00 Coats and Suits, now $7.50
$20.00 Coats and Suits, now $10.00
$25.00 Coats and Suits, now.- $12.50
$:j0.00 Coats and Suits, now $15.00
This includes all our new Ratine and Lingerie Dresses
JJuy Your Fourth of July Dress Now
All $10.00 Dresses on sale, at $8.00
All $8.00 Dresses on salo tit $0.40
All $5.00 Dresses on salo at $.1.98
All $1.00 Dresses on sale at $3.20
A big line of House Dresses, each $1.25
20 OFF ON PARASOLS
39e Dresses, now 19
75c Dresses, now. 39i
$1.98 Dresses, now 98
$2.50 Dresses, now $1.48
$5.00 Dresses, now $3.48
Rest Dress and
fast colors, salo Pp
price, a yard w
Good Apron Cling
luun, all patterns,
fast colors, sale Pp
price, a yard wt
Hair Nets, all col
Wash Rags, 5c
Powder, 25c cans
Oood Pearl But
tons, 30c grade
Clark's O. N. T.
7 FOR 25
20 OFF ON WAISTS
30 inch Tub Silk,
new patterns, cheap
at $1.25, sale QAp
price, a yard.. Ovl
10 inch all Silk
M ossal i no, now
shades, sale 4C
price, a yard.. "0v
HOSIERY AND UNDRWEAR SALE
Women's and Chil
dren's Hose, all col
ors, up to 35c Ca
values, a pair.. ! J
less VJests, good 15c
grade, on Ap
sale, each ,"'
All of our
Boy's heavy ribbed
Black ITose, C
a pair ItH
Kvory Wodnenduy nnd Tliurudy Miillnoo nnd Uti'itliiK
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ROUND TRIP FARES
lo tlio Second
l()l "iiUNStT ll
I (OCOIHtSliUTAl I
,WUh Medford trado la Medford made. I &tttt&i
June 30 to July 6
Allmny (round tilp) 3.10 Kui;ono (round trip)
CorvulllH " " :.!j0 Jet. City " "
Raluiii " "
a, 00 HiirrlHlnirH "
nil other iioIiiIh,
ONI! AM) OMNTIIIHO fAltll
Tlckotn will lio nold from nil polutH noutli of ItonoliurK Juno
ii'j.no, July lHt to nth Krom ItoHoliurK mid all polutH north In
cluding liruuchuH, polutH on tlio O. & 10. I'. It, H. N, uud H, l O, H.
W. Juno .10, July lHt to Hth. Final return limit July 7th.
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH
will ho colobrutod In vnrloun towtin In Onmou and n ono and one
third faro for round trip will ho lu effect hutwoou nil Htatloiitf
whuro tho ono way faro Ih fCOO or Iobh.
For detailed Information, train norvleo, ote,, call on unnroHt
af;iiit, or addrouH. ,
.10UN M. SOO'I'T, General I'aHNeiiKer AkoiiI, Port laud, Oro.
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