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BEDFORD TfATn TRTBTOPI. MEDFORD. OREGON, SATURDAY, 'AUGUST.1 1G, 3013.
If idford Mail TRinuNB
RUNHAr HY TUB
OIlD VniNTINO CO.
Official Taper of. tho City of MvdfonL
Official Paper ot Jnckuon Countr.
OROnan rUTNAM, IMItor And Mnrr
T)kUf avornuo for lnvin month end
Inn November 10, Mil S7St.
The Democratic) Timee, 1
tUll, Th Medforil Tribune.
rn Oreironkin, The Ashland
ratio Times, Th Mtdford
Trlbim. nrripa Mall Trlbunn Hlllldlnc. 25-X7-3S
North Fir trti telephone 75.
Rntered aa second-class matter at
Mtdford, Grrgon, under tba act of
March 3, 1878.
One jrfar, by mall .tt.00
nno month, br .mall .SO
Per month, delivered by carrier In
Mrnrord, jacicaonviii ana ton-
tral Point- .BO
Fntunlay only, by mall, per yr 3.00
Weekly, per yoar. - tsn
Metropolis ot Houthern Oregon and
Northern. .California, and tbo Xaateit
growing city In OreRon.
Population U. S. renaua 1910 S840;
rntlnmtpit. 1915 ln.OOO.
Klvo hundred thousand dollar Gravity
Water Hyalom completed, giving finest
supply puro mountain water, ana 17.3
mllra of ntreeta navoL
Poatofflro receipts for year ending
November 10, 1911, show lncreaao of IV
llanner fruit ctty In Oregon Ilogue
Itlvcr SplUenberg apples won sweep
stakes prlxn ami lido or
"AttDla HJa ot tae World'
at tho National Aiinlo Bhow, fTpokane,
1301, ana a car or Newtown won
Tirat Trim In 110
at Canadian International Apple Show,
Tlrst rrtis In 1911
At Spokane National Apple Show won
by carload of Newtown.
lingua Itlvcr pears brought highlit
rirlcea In all markets ot tbe word lur
ng U10 past fix years.
At the Churches
Medford Methodist Episcopal
church, comer oC Bnrtlett and
Fourth streets, E. Olin Kldridi;c,
jmstor. Services Sunday ns follews:
Prenclung 11 n. in. nnd 8 p. in ;
subjects, morning, "A ItelieiotiH Pro
gressive," evening, "The Henrt of a
Man"; Sunday school, including the
ndnlt Bible classes for men, women
nnd young Indies; Kpworth league.
0:4!; prnycr meeting Thursday eve
nine nt 8 o'clock. Excellent music
by ohorni choir under the direction
of F. C. Edmonds. Special features
for Sunday merning: Trio. "Frnio
Yc," by Verdi, rendered hv Miss
Coffin, Pr. Huward and Mr. Ed
monds; evening, orchestra led bv Dr.
Marion. A hearty welcome awaits
Preaching nt 11 a. m., subject,
"God, tho Healer"; preaching nt 8
p. in., subject, "Israel's Great
Judge". Music: Solo, selected, K.
V. Mnddox; solo, selected, Hcnnon
Puruckcr; Sunday school at 10 a,
m., C. E. society at p. m., prayer
ineetinc Thursday at 8 p. in. All
nro conlially invited to these serv
ices, nnd especially the stranger in
ITcv. Robert William MncCullough,
Ph. D., pastor. Morning worship 11
a. in., sermon, "Jonah, tho Keystone
of tho Testament; evening worship.
8 p. in., sermon, "The Bible Its Own
Witness"; Sunday school, 0:15; B.
P. U.. 7 p. in. Good mubic
FIn.t Church of Christ, Scientist
Siindnv meraine: scrvico at 11
oV.loek, subject of Jcsson-sermon.
"Soul"; Wednesday evening meeting
nt 8, all nro welcome; hiinciny sciiooi
nt 10, all under tho uko of 'JO aro
invited. Rending room hours, 2 to
fi p. m. daily, except Sundays.
Church cdifioo, North Oakdulo.
M. K. Church South
Corner Onkdnlo nnd Main. Prcuch
ing, 11 a. m. and 8 n. in., Rev. E. II.
Mowro of Portland will do tho
preaehiug. These will bo tho lust
services of tho conference yenr.
Good music. Yon will enjoy the
service. W. T. Goulder. P. C.
At Zion Luthonui.i 012 West
Fourth street, there will bo German
service ut 11 a. in.; English service
nt 7:110 p. in.; Bible school ut 10 u.
in, Lome unit worsnip.
Talent. Kov. T. D. MoCiill
ough, pastor. Morning worship, 11
n. in.; evening worship, 8 p. in.
Don't forget to com; nnd enjov
tho city Gospel Mission, coiner of
Eighth nnd Front streots.
Sunday, August 17, Musses 7 nnd
9:30 n. m.; evening devotions nt
7:30 p. m.
John A. Perl
M g. iJAUTIiKTT
Phone M. 47 and 47-J-2
AwIhiUuko Swrlee ' JJeputy Coroner
DICCS CALLS 10
WlfE 10 OFFSET
" 'affWs TALE
(Continued from Page 1)
lyn, who in court prattled on tho
mother's kueo and kissed tho forget
ful father while court was in ses
sion. For months before tho elopement
tbo two women had fought over the
man. Mrs, Diggs lind forgotten
prido nnd humiliation to tbo point
whoro she pleaded with tho other
woman to censo her relations with
"Mr". Diggs nnd her siller had
asked me to sec Mis Warrington
and got her to stop," testified Al
fred Putnam, a Sacramento newspa
per man, who, as a friend of Miss
Warrington, had warned her that
sho would get in trouble if she per
sisted in her linson.
"If I can't hnvo him, I'm going
lo seo that no one elo does." That,
on the other hand, was the attitude
of the Warrington girl, ns .vouched
for by another witness.
All efforts by the defense to nt-
tnck the chnrnctor of Mnrshn War
rington or Lola Norris were prompt
ly frustrated by Prosecutors llocln
and Sullivan with objections sus
tained bv Jndgo Van Fleet. The
court held that the defense had not
laid n sufficient foundation for any
such purjwse earlier in the trial.
It is for this reason that Disci
probably will bo placed on th
stand, to bring out certain phne5
of the eiitnnclcment which cross-examination
of the -iris did not de
velop, the Warrington girl to shoot Dices if
Aliened threats of the father of
tho Warrington girl to shoot Diggs
if found with his daughter nlso are
to be set forth if Diggs goes on the
stand. This will be assigned ns one
of his motives for Ienving Sacra
mento. "Wo nro going to open this case
as wide as we can," snvs Attorney
Nnlo Coghlan for the defence.
GIVE CITRUS GROWERS
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1C Callfor-
nln "t'"a cinpi wrp dpnlt another
blow hero today in tho senate whos,
on motion ot Senator Williams, tho
tipper Iioiup trnrlc from th para
graph in the tariff bill dealing with
citrus fruits all provisions for rates
based on package measurements,
leaving tho rato ono bait cent per
Tho proposed package rates wore
slightly lower than onc-balf cent per
SECRETARY TELLS OF DINNER
(Continued from page l.)
arranged for Mulhall to visit Chi
cago and raise .$0000 from the X. A.
M. to help out in JniDennotl's prim
aries." "When did you break with Mc
DormottT" asked qounscl of Mc
"On my sick bed in April, 1013,"
nnswered McMichnels. "I sent for
McDcrmott, but ho never enmc to
Flerco cross examination ot formor
Chief Page McMichnels of tho bouse
of representatives by Attorney Has-
bey Smith, acting for Representative
McDermott ot Illinois this afternoon
indicated that Smith hoped to prove
that McMlchaels is receiving a salary
for supporting accusations mndo by
Martin M. Mulhall, former sclf-styldd
lobbyist for tho National Association
McMlchaels admitted ho is receiv
ing v75 weokly from tho Now York
newspaper originally publishing Mul
hall's story. Ho asserted, however,
that tlieso payments covered articles
ho expected to wrlto on tho subject
of "Twenty Years In tho Houbq.'
Smith dovoloped several, contradlc
tlons In McMlchaels' testimony con'
cernlng dates, but tho latter was un
ruffled, saying theso wero "inoro
slips of memory."
CUSTOMS HOUSE BARS TENNIS
CUP D WIGHT DAVIS WON
NEWT YOKK, Aug. 10. Customs
officials hero today nro holding up
tho Dwight F. Davis international
tennis cup recently won in competi
tion witli teams represent in" Great
Hritain, Canndn, Germany and
Franco by Mumico Mcl.oughlin of
Sun Francisco, K. Norrib Williams
of Philadelphia nnd Nurold II. lluck
ctt. JrcLopghlin and tho other ten
nis champions aro furious over the
incident. Tho customs officers will
hod tho oup un(il thov decide
whether it is. subject to dut- ns, n re
sult of its lengthy stay abroad, 4
TWO DEMOCRATIC SENATORS
FIGHT CURRENCY BILL
Senators Gilbert M. Hitchcock ot
Nebraska and James A, O'Gorman of
Now York, both strong democrats,
and tho latter an especially strong ad
herent of tho Wilson administration,
havo begun a fight on the Owen
Glass currency bill, which President
Wilson has satd tlmo nnd again ho
wishes passod at tho extra session.
Senator Owen roported to tbe pres
ident that forty-two out ot fifty-one
democrats nro on record in his poll
ns favoring tho pasiago of tho bill;
two, Senators Uankhcad ot Alabama
and Clarke of Arkansas, aro undo
elded about proceeding with tho cur
rency question at this tlmo; tlvo
others have stated they hopod thn
question could go over to tbo noxt
session on physical grounds, and only
Senntors Hitchcock and O'Gorman
are said to havo stated their unquali
fied opposition to legislation at this
session. Nine republicans aro said to
favor legislation nt onco.
QUO VIS 10 BE
"Quo Vadls?" (Whither goet
thou?) An opportunity will bo af
forded tho public or this city to wit
ness tho Etupoudous moving plcturo
production ot this stirring tnto of
tho divlno tragedy of tho Christian
A perfect presentation of this cor
rect version of ''Quo Vadls," in all
jts terrifying vivJdncrs. faithfully
portrayed with all historical accur
acy, thrilling and startling tableaux,
and tho revels and rampant debauch
eries of Nero's court, will bo shown
nt tbo Page theater Thursday nnl
Friday, August 21-22.
In conjunction with tbo above will
bo shown tbo Intensely IntorostitiK
and Instructive production of "Wild
cat Amorlcu," which has been pro
nounced by thouo competent to Judge
as tho most marvelous portrayal ot
magnificent mountain scenery, gorg
eous wator falls, giant goysors and
all phases of wild animal llfo over
attempted In motion pictures.
Owing to tho tact that it requires
two hours and a halt to run these
films, there will only bo ono show
each ovonlug. Curtain nt S:15 p. rn.
DRAFT LAW ROUSES
LOS AKOKLKS, Cnl., Aug, 30.
Tho baseball law which permits ma
jor league clubs lo compel delivery
on August 35 of players tnken on
options from tho minors threatens
a serious baseball dis'nfrrcmciit, nc
cordlng to a Mutciuont today bv
Henry Herry, acting president of the
I (ih Angeles Coast League club.
Horr - doeH not beliovo that Charles
Coiiiiskov's decision to "crmit tho
Angels to retain Outfielder Maggcit
until the end of the season in spile
of his exercised opinion on the
player will settle tho nucstioii so fnr
us the' Const lon'"io is concerned.
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With Medford trado is Medford mado,
ISSiSiSK. f- sW
NANA1.M0, 11. C, Aug. 10.
Seven hundred Iruoos are now iunr
tered in tho ooiil mining dixliiols of
Vancouver island and all rioting and
diiordor bus censed. There ii slit!
danger of an uutbrcnk nt Cumber
land and ut riudysmith. whtiio the
striking miners nre incensed itgainxt
the troops. Cuuibetand strikers are
ugly owing to'reoorts that 200 Chin
ese nro being imported from custom
Bnti-h Columbia for work in the
mines and nro threatening to destroy
the coal dock nt Cntou wharf, while
at I.adsiuith a compuuv of High
landers is guarding the docks and
hast night tho officials of (be
Western Fuel company refused to
meet u committee of the miners be
came Secretary Frriii"loii of tho
meeting had been, arranged in Iho
union wns a member of it. Tho
hope that negotiations for n settlu
incut of the ttriku might he reop
ened. Seven arrests in connection with
tho recent rintw hnvo been made by
the military aulhoritie-.
Suicide Pails Death Rope
SAI.KM. Or., Aug. 1(1. Coroner
Clougli is today endeavoring to es
tablish the identity of a man who
hnuged himself in u woodshed near
this city after padding tho nooe
with cotton nnd civet so that it
would not "hurl" h'w neck.
Notlco Is hereby kIvcji tbnt tho un
dersigned will apply to the city coun
cil at Its meeting to bo hold Hopl. '-'.
1913, for n llconso to sell malt, spir
ituous and vinous liquors In quanti
ties less thnn u gallon nt his placo of
business on lot 11, block 20, city of
Medford for a period ot six months.
w. m. ki:nnkdy,
No. 25. South Front St.
Dated Aug. If.. 1013. 134
Notlco Is hereby given: That on
Tuesday, tho 9th day of Soptembor,
11)13, n special election will bo hold
in Jackson county. Oregon, to dotor
mlno whether tho qounty court for
Jackson county, Oregon, shall lssuo
bonds of said county, nnd provldo for
permanent road construction, to tho
amount of Flvo Hundred Thousand
($S0O, 000.00) Dollars, to mature:
Ono Hundred Thousand ($100,000)
Dollars, par value, ten years from
tho dato thereof.
Ono Hundred Thousand ($100,000)
Dollars, par value, fifteen years
from tho dato thereof.
Ono Hundred Thousand ($100,000)
Dollars, pnr valuo, twenty years from
tho dato thereof.
Ono Hundred Thousand ($100,000)
Dollars, par valuo, twonty-flvo years
from tbo dato thereof.
Ono Hundred Thousand ($100,000)
Dollars, par valuo, thirty years from
tho dato thereof.
Tho total nmount thoreof to bo Is
sued In ono yoar If tho county court
shall so order, and to bear interest
at tho rato of flvo por cent por nn
num. nnd all of tho funds so rnlsod
shall bo expended In building and Im
proving ono permanent road In said
county, described, afl follows, to-wlt:
Ucglnnlng at tho cornor botwoon
fractional sections thirteen (13) and
fourteen (14) in township forty
eight (t8) north of range soven (7)
west of tho Mount Diablo Meridian,
Catillfornla, connecting with tho sur
voy of tho Stato Highway of Califor
nia; thenco northerly along tho routo
as now staked out to present county
road; thenco following ns near ns
practical tho main count, road Into
and through tho city of Ashland, a
municipal corporation of Jackson
county, Oregon; thonco following tho
main traveled couaty road through
tho towns of Talent, Phoenix, Med
ford and Central Point, In a north-
wostorly direction; thonco following,
as near ns practical, tho county road
In a northwesterly direction to a point
nt or near tho stream known ns
lloRiio Itlver: thenco following thu
main travolcd county road nlopg said
stream In a westerly dlroctloiij and
terminating at tho point whoro tho
main traveled county road on tho
south sldo of Koguo Itlvor crosses
tho county lliio betweon tho counties
of Jackson and Josepulno, urogon,
and nt or near said stream known as
tho lloocuo rlvor. Tlio tormlnl of
said road, as herein dlrcctod, Is do
flnlto and normnnont. Tho lino
nbovo described betweon tho tormlnl
thoreof shall bo as horclu ordcrod,
and shall follow tho most practical
routo for a 'permanent road, and said
road shall bo a permanent road and
highway through said county.
O. A, OAP.DNBR,
County Clorlc for Jackson County,
WHERE TO GrO
i.ini: mncit's sistkii
t.v iiK.vrirs SHADOW
TIIK IiAHCKST VKSSKIj IV TDK
WOltl.D, KVKIt Tj.M'NCIIKD SIDK-
HIS CIttNIUKD CAItKKIt
Keystone Farco Comedy
AIAVAYH 1(1 CKNTS
HATMKIIAY AND SUNDAY
MADAM JK.VN KIVKIt
In a fautnBtln Spanish and Oriental
CHANOK OF I-ICTIMtKN KACH
Nn lncreaao In prices ! nnd 10 cents
I M Theatre
Saturday Mutinco i!::'(l P. M. nnd
i:enliig, 7::ti P. M.
Kxtra Special 3 Itmil, 3 Part, Vita
"Till: SNAKK OF FATK"
(Tho Sacrifice ot I.nvo and Youth to
"COSMOPOLITAN NKW YOUK"
Coming Sunday nnd Monday Nights
"A sputrr of tiii: oiuknt"
'HIS MOTHKU-IN'LAW'.S VISIT'
Pliotoplnys Friday and Saturday
Powerful Story ot Capital aud
Labor, Kalom 2 Keel Special
MADK A COWAltD
No. r. of tho Ddllnilii Sorlcs
A FIOHT TO A FINISII
I-'l FT Y-H KCO.VII A NN UAL
A wholo wcok of pleasure and Profit
tfiro.ooo oi'i-i:iti:i) in pkkmiums
On Agilciiltiiral, Livestock, Poultry,
Texlllo and Other Kxlilbils
Horso races, Shooting Tournament,
Fireworks, Hand Contorts, Kugonlcs
Kxposltlon, Children's Playground
and othor frco attractions, including
Iloyd uud Oglo's'Ono Htug Circus.
Froo Camp Orounds. You nro Jnvltod
Komi for Premium List mid Kutry
Jleriiiciil rales on all railroads
For particulars address
FItANK MKKKDITH, Secretary
Fred Alton Haight
Teacher of Piano and Harmony
Spot-julial in llio t'orrocl, nviiiciplott of Touch nnd
Toehniqim in nil grmlo.4 of Hlutly. Cnrol'iil nlloiilion
givon (o youiifj; cliihlron nnd Imgimit'i'H. KnullH nti
quired through wrong ways ol' iiraolifing corroolod.
Fall lorin Soploniher U. i
HAIGHT MUSIO STUDIOS
110 S. Latirol Stvoot Phono 170-R
The Colonial Flats
Formally .Smith Apartment
Itiiniitug Under Now .Mnnnuemotit on Strict Itualness Principals
DOOMS I'Oll MOOT IIOUSKKKKI'IN'O I'KO.M
AN,()0 fiO 19in.no PKIt MONTH
With Dnth Itooui Accommodations. (Ins ami Klcrtrlc Ltnlits In
Pudding, lint ami Cold Water nt nil times. I.ntiudry for Tonnnl's
uxu. "Kvorythlng Furnished llxcept Kntn."
Call nnd Inspect llluglo Dooms Hllc Per Dny,
217 So. UIVKItSIDK PIIONK IXHM
NOW IS THE TIME
To build a homo
Labor, building material and choice building silos will
never bo ns cheap again. You can buy a largo Jot with-
BEAUTIFUL VIEW of VALLEY
on the East Side in best residence district with build
ing restriction, good roads, close to city water, low
faxes for small payment down, easy terms on balance.
This is one of tho best building sites in tho valley.
ADDRESS P.O. BOX 207 MEDFORD, OREGON.
I WOOD I
I For Sale j
I OAK, ,FIR, LAUREL and SLABWOOD in Tier
I and Carload Lots
Frank H. Ray
Yard at Sixth and Fir Sts. PHONE 750-R I
Now is the tjmo to make selection of lots and
tracts in this niagnificont residence district.
JOHN A. TORNEY
ROOM 1, PALM BLOCK .
1 V SUNSET M
I (OGOENftSHASTAl 1
1 V ROUTE3 I I
Special Train Leaves MEDFORD AT 8:45 A. M.
and will stop at all points between Grants Pass and
Ashland going and returning.
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM
MEDFORD . . . $1.10
Corresponding dow fares J'rom other points.
Yon will onjoy Iho ride and gee away from tho boat
and dust. Dancing, Box Ball, Shooting Gallery,
Swings and Band Music. Stool coaches and oil
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent