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MEnFOTCD MATT) TRTRTJTO MFJTFORD, ORFiCJON", SATURDAY,
in, In in.
SKATTIiB, Wash., Ann-. Jfi.-Tlio
moat important rirrisniit ever ren
dered by n slnlo or federal court in
WiiHhlnglon, in its effeel on muni
eiiml corporations, was this moru
inr rendered ' Judge Frank 11.
lludkui of tlio United Stales court,
when hn ttcminticiitly enjoined tlio
eitv of Seattle from enforcing nn or
dinnneo rcepiirini the sale of street
enr tickets upon street enrs. In tlio
following lnngiinge, Judo lludkm
holds (hnt tlio stnto puhlio sen ire
commission alone hns twwer to con
trol public service conwrntien1:
"I foo no eseaiMj from tho con
clusion thnl the net of tlio legislature
of this slate, approved March IS,
1011, commonly known ns tho 'pub
lic servico commission law' took
nwny nnd suporccded the jwwer of
municipalities to timet ordinance?
Mich ns tho one hero in mii'stion.
Tho net referred to is most compre
hensive ntid extends tho power of
tho public service commission to
nearly nil tho public utilities in the
''Tho decision pounds tho death
knell of city homo rule in this state,"
said Ralph Pierce of the Seattle cor
poration counsel' office. "It places
tho municipal corporation in exact1,
the snmo position ns an individual
or any organisation. Our only re
courso is to Iny our grievances be
fore tho ."Into commission. The case
will be taken by tho city to the fed
eral court of appeals."
TIGHT LOAD POLICY
LONDON, Aug. 1C Continued
denunciation of tho government for
ils stand ngniust participation in tho
I'auamn Pacific e.osition wns
voiced in Loudon nesvvpancrs today.
Speaking of the government's atti
tude, tho Outlook says:
"It seems pretty churlish that
Great liritain should refuse to take
part in tho exposition been use it
would cost her n little more than she
ox nee ted. Unless thero are oilier
better reasons for this polic we
fear that England has cut rather n
bad figure over tho business and will
loso something far more valuable
than the orders she might have gain
ed bv a hearty look-in at Uncle
Sum's big world's show."
T. A. Helford, slnto highwnv com
missioner for tho northern division
of California, and N. K. Graves,
chninniin of tho Siskiyou county
highway board, arrived in Medford
Saturday to confer with the county
court ou tho new road over the Sia
luyous. They inspected tho work now un
der way and found that both the
Jackson county and California road
parties will reach tho lino about the
sumo timo and that tho work is pro
Messrs. Helford nnd Graves will
auto to Eureka, to attend tho tri
slato good roads meeting to bo held
Thero August 'JO-21.
CAMP PERRY. 0., Aug. 30.
Qimrtormusler' Sergeant S. W. Pear
hoii, coast artillery reserve, Rose
burg, Or., won tho Cutiow cup on the
opening day of tho national rifle
mutch ou tho ranges here with u
ficoro of lOU. Ho fihot against a
field of U60 of tho nation's crack
rlflo shots. Tho Cutrow cup is com
peted for annually mid is valued at
sffiOO. Tho match was for 800, D00
and 1000 yards.
Plans World's Greatest Yacht
SANTA Uarbzavn, Cnl., Aug. 10.
Frank Garbutt, a wculthy Los An
geles ynchtmun, hns announced to
day that ho will build tho finest
jneht over constructed on tho Pa
cific const for u two yenrs' tour of
foreign waters with Jack London
mid other gicss, Tho craft, widen
will Qost about $100,000, will bo fin
ibhed lato iu 1014.
INSPECT NEW ROUTE
FANCY DIVER WILL BE
COMPETITOR IN CARNIVAL
Conrad Wohtfeld of the Illinois
Athletic club of Clm-.gu will he one
of the conspicuous figures at the
championship water caruhnl sched
uled to tnko plaeo from August :
to 21) in connection with the Perry
centennial celebration at Put-iu-Day,
This rcmnrkable fancy diver was
a novice eight month ago, when he
placed liiin-elf in the hands of Coach
William Ilachrach of Chicago, but
he develojK-d so meteorically that in
the natiounl titular contest last Ap
ril ho gave Arthur McAlcciinu, the
winner, the hnrdet fight of his life
and placed second to him by the
smallest kind of n margin. Such n
showing by ti practical novice is
unique in the annals of aquatic
At Put-in-llay Wold fold will meet
George Gaidzick, vanquisher of Ad
lez, the Olympic champion, and the
Illinois rooters believe he has a
good chance . to defeat his formid
able rival. Tho cho-h between tli.t
two will bo one of the most interest
ing features of tho meet.
Wohlfeld is 18 years old, stand
six feet in stockings and weighs 180
JCEW YORK, Ail'.-. 1(5. The stock
market opened tod.iv with uiot f
tho leaders, including lnioii Pacific
nnd Steel, lower. Itethlehem Steel,
Great Northoni Ore, Kock Island
preferred and Mexican Petroleum
each declined n point. What few
'is were made were nominal mid
had no effect in staying tho down
Lutor Union Pnoilic, Canadian
Pacific. Iteudi"' and Aiuab'uinatcil
showed strength from one to one
and ouc-hulf points over oolerday's
close. Wcstiiighouso rose three
points. Bonds were steadv.
The market closed firm.
ARANT STILL FIGHTS
FOR STEELE'S POST
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore, Aug. 1C.
W. F. Arant, recently ousted as
superintendent of tho Crater Lake
National Park today announced that
ho tind not given up bis fight for re
instatement. It Is his intention to
tako tho matter Into tho courts to do
tormluo his statns. Ho still main
tains that ho was removed Illegally.
STATE PRINTER CAN
SALKM, Ore., Aug. 1C Tho right
of Stato Printer 11. A. Harris to In
crease the salarlos pf printers cm
ployed In tho stato printer's offlco to
J2G.00 a week, tho same as received
by union printers of Portland, was
uphold In an opinion ronderd by At
torny General Crawford today. Tho
jirluters Itnvo been recelvng J21 per
woek, tho wage scale In Salem job
SAX HIKGO, Cab, Aug. lli.-Ar-thur
Pelkoy, whoso claim to tho
white heavy weight pugilistic cham
pionship title rests on his victory
over Luther MeCnrly, will tight
Jack Johnson, the American negro
hea. weight, in Paris, according to
mi announcement madu hero today
by Pelkey's manager, Tominv Hums.
He announced that ho had accepted
n challenge sent for Johnson by
Jun Pratt, Paris promoter.
Hums announced he sent this re
"Pelkev will fight Johnson if the
terms are satisfactory. Wo draw
the color line, but as Johnson won
tho title from mc, wc will take one
chauco to win it back for the white
race. Wire terms and date de
sired." Hums said in explanation of his
"If I were not absolutely certain
that Pelkey can beat Johnson I
would never consent to the match. I
feel that Johnson has lived such a
fast life since he won the title that
the first ijood man who meets him
will defeat him. Naturally, I want
to settle nil doubt as to Pelkev's
right to the title, and, as ho is now
white heavyweight elinmnion,' a vic
tory over Johnson would give him
undisputed jHssession of tho world's
championship nnd briii" the title
bnek to the white race.
"No doubt I shall be censured for
this action, hilt one must remember
that I have been severely criticised
since Johnson defeated me for the
(Continued from Paso 1)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Aug. 1C:
H. C. Ramsay, a young attorney,
who Is a friend of. Maury I. Dlggs,
ono of tho defendants In tho Dlggs-
Camlncttl -whlto slave case, and who
was arrested on a battery chargo for
assaulting Walter Matthlcs, a news
paper photographrcr as tho latter
was about to snap his camera on tho
Dlggs party hero, was found guilty
by I'ollco Judgo John J. Sullivan hero
today after twclvo witnesses had
bocn called, nnd Monday was set for
Hcprcsntlng Itamay was Attorney
Anthony Camlncttl, Junior. Ho took
tho stand himself, nnd It was on hla
own admission that nothing could
Justify a battery that tho verdict of
guilty was found.
Tho majority of tho witnesses
testified that whllo Maathles was
struggling with Dlggs to prevent tho
latter from taking his camera, Ram
say struck Matthlcs.
On his arrest Ramsay gavo t ho
name James Franklin but ho ad
mitted his true namo today, whero
upon tho court ordered tho records
to show tho nnmo to bo James Frank
lln, alias Ramsay.
Tho witnesses added to their story
that Camlncttl, Junior, himself wns
swinging his fist during tho molco,
Maury U Dlggs was not called as a
witness by tho dofenso, though ho
n dlrertlv rnnrernml with tho at
tack. A warrant charging slmplo assault
also was Issued for tho arrest of
Dlggs. His ball -was fixed at $50.
Ramsay Ib out ou ball of 20 pending
Mary Mallon will bo tho leading
woman In "Tho Silver Wedding." In
which Thomas A. Who Is to star.
When tho Stork Arrives.
That funny little, brnsy cry tlmt echoes
the urrlvul of the new baby Is ix-rlmim tlio
, moat cliorUlic'l re-
meinbranre o l our
lives. Arid tlwiMnii'l
of happy inntlier owe
tbclr preservation to
li-nlth nnd Htruiih'th to
Mother's Friend. This
Iu nn external remedy
that U applied to tho
It relieves nil tho ten
sion. Iin-veiits tender-
Dens nnd pain, enables tho nuixek'S to ex
pand eeutly, nnd, when hnhy coincH, tho
muitcles relax naturally, tho form U pro
(erred without laceration or cither acci
dent. It Is ono of tho standard, reliable
remedies that grandmothers everywhere
huvo relied upon,
1th Its dally ueo durlne the period of
expectation, there Is no weakncxH, no nau
sea, no morning sickness, no pain, distress
or strain of any kind.
, You will find this wonderful remedy on
sale at your drug- storo at $1.00 per bottle.
It Ib nrcimred liy IJradfleld Regulator Co..
MU J.nmar isnn;., Atlanta, (in,
uw. . ... . :. ..'
ttiem for a
AMBASSADOR WILSON'S CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENCY
OF MEXICO, MANUEL CALERO, ONCE AMBASSADOR
Manuel Cnlero, one of tho ablest
Mexicans, looms ou the horir.on as
an important figure in the future of
his country.1 He has been suggesUd
by the press agent" of Ambassador
SAN D1KGO, Cnl., Aug. 10.Tlm
McGiath flashed a roll of greenbacks
which totalled $2500 hero today and
b.ntcd that ho wn leaving for I.os
Aipclcs ton'Atit to offer to wng'y tho
entlro amount 'nut Kddlo Camp! of
3:.n Francis 'O cn bent Chimploi
Johnny Coulon. McGrnth bellovcft
that tho proposed Wolgast-Dutidco
match for September ! will fall
through, nnd wants that dato for
McGrath says ho wilt camp ou
Promoter McCnrey's trail until given
n match for Cnmpl. Ho says that as
Coulon Is now back In tho gamo fight
ing again, thero Isno reason why ho
should refuse to meet tho Issuo In re
gard to n match with Catnpl.
However, If Coulon runs for cover,
McGrath says tho snmo offer goes for
Kid Williams of Ualtlmoro, who re
cently ran out of a return mntch with
Catnpl. McGrath, In part, said:
"If Coulon again shows tho yellow
I would llko nothing bettor than to
send Campl against Williams. If
Sam Harris Is so anxious to mnke
money money, my offer to bet ISfiOO
should tempt him, If ho means busi
ness. If that doesn't suit him, I will
also fight on n wlnnor-tako-all basis.
This Inst goes for CoColon, too."
Cnmpl Is now In San Francisco and
ready to start training tho inlnuto
McGrath wires him that a .mutch Is
McGrath has offers from Vancouv
er and other western Canada cltlos
for matches with Campl and will
mako tho mntch for Campl nttor a
match at Vernon.
Fred Lesllo, tho Kuglleh comedian,
will play In "Princess Cuprlco" under
tho management of tho Hhuborts.
Jackson County Bank
W. I. Vawter President.
Wilson ns n compromise picsidcut in
cum) Hiiertu must get out. There
have nl-o been dispatches from
Washington to indicate that Presi
dent Wilson himself is leaning toward
K. P. TO
DKNVI'll, Cob.., Aug. III. Re
norts arc current here loonv tlmt I."-
Ai tie alter till, i not likely In
get the next Knichts Templar o.
clave. Riiuiiirs are current that the
grand muster of the order will veto
tlfb selection of the roiitheiii eitv on
the ground that a better utteuduuee
will be secured if the couchnc In
held in the middle wcM,
Within three months (Irand Mas
ter McArthur will t; to I .cm AiiimIcm
will go to Los Augele-4 In look over
the tiitiiation there, at which time he
will render Ids final decision. The
laws of the Templars em'Hiwer I heir
grand muster to reject the concha cV
choico of u convention r'' mid In
summou the grnnd ciiciiiuinnciit offi
cers within it J ear to mnke utiolher
McAithur nrioinall" fnvi.-' Xcw
York heeaiiho theiicl coiicluvc will
he the centennial of the organization
of the American Templars there.
When it wns evident Hmt tho inajor-
itv of the couchiv opisixed his views
McArthur suid the middle west was
his next choice, lie left Denver be
fore the conclave wim finished, on
account of preening hiihiuonx. but
before his departure c.xnrcMHcd
strung opnositimi to Los Meles.
SOUTHAMPTON, L. L, Aug. 111.
W. .1. Clothier, national leiiiib.
,.mmpil)ll , iim .,, , Mwilw.
brook tennis singles cup hero this
afternoon by defonling 0. I. Touch
ard in three ntniight sets. Clothier
look Ihe firt net (I-'J, tho second
II-1 uud the third (Kl.
John S. Slrnchmi nnd C. J. (Irif
fith of Sun I'Vaueixco won a place
in the final round Iu the doubles by
defeating Tlumuis C. Iliiudy and W.
K. Johnson of Calilornin. (i:i. II-1.
Twenty-Five Years of
Progressive B anking
Our dealings with all customers are absolutely
confidential. We'are always ready to assist and
advise. On this basis we solicit your account
G, W. McDonald, Cashier.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl.. Aug. 1(1.
Hob .McAllister, lint Olympic club
middleweight, whose seusullonul box
ing has brought that division into
the limelight on the coast, was
mulched hero today for u return
twent.v-iouud conies! with Sailor
Pcltoskcy on September 0, Admis
sion day. The tuo foiicht u haul
draw heio iceenlly.
The winner of this bout will he
mulched with Jiiiuuv Clulihv nnd u
gold diamond studded medal will he
dwii by Promoter Jnuies t'ol'l'rotli
to the best bov us emblematic of the
A EBEE FTRUST
WITH FAMINE FAKE
WASHINGTON. Aug, 111. Hal
i barge that thu beef trust is fuk
lug rcMirts of a prospeelixn meat
fuiniuu wete voiced hem todiP' by
"The crop injury from Ihe drouth
in the middle vcmI,'' he said, "is a
llinwy c.mmikc to boost prices. The
firt threat of u fainiue came from
Chieago, headotiarlers of the beef
Famous Athlete Loses Slnht
NKW YtlRIC, Aug. llt.-.Mutl Me.
Itruth, tho famous policeman ath
lete, who recently was suspended ou
account of killing n mini who in
vuded his flat, and who HiihcUVutlv
becuuic a sia'cial officer iu it New
York theater, puibub1, will bo Mind
iu ul least one eye as the result of
nn nffr.iv lnvt inu'lit,
She Was So 111 Restored to
Hcnlth by Lydia E, Pink
IVntwrter, Mich. "A yenrngo I wns
very wenk nnd the doctor snld I bnd n
menu I bnd back
ncho nud boa ring
down udn no Im I
Uint I could not sit
In n chair or walk
across thu lloor nnd
I wns In severe pnlu
nil tho time. I felt
discouraged ns I had
taken everything I
could think of nnd
wns no better. 1
begnn taking Lydla K. I'inkhnm's Veg
etable Comiiound and now I nm strong
nnd healthy." -Mr. Ai.iri: Daiii.inu,
R.F.U. No. 2, Rex 77, IVntvvater, Mich.
Itcnil Wliul AiiotlicrW'oiiuui nnys:
I'coria, III." I IikiI such backachci
that I could hnrdly stand on my feet. I
would feel like crying out lot of tlmei,
nnd had such it heavy feeling In my right
side. I had such terrible dull headaches
every dny and they would mnko mo feel
so drowsy nnd sleepy nil tlio time, yet I
could not sleep at night.
"After I had taken Lydht K.l'lnklmm's
Vegetable Comisiund n v(eek I Ix'gnn to
Improve. My backache was less nnd
that heavy feeling In my side went
r.wny. I continued to take thu Com
riound and nm cured.
" You tnny publish this If you vvlsk"
Miss Cf.AH A I. (JAUWITZ, R.R. No. -I,
Rex 02, I'eorin, 111.
Such letters prove tho vnluo of Lydla
!,'. I'lnkhnm'it Vegetable Couiiound for
woman's lliWhyjlpn't you try It7
G. R. Lindloy, Vice-President.
HACRAMI'.NTO, Cnl., Aug. III.
Tho twenty second annual conven
tion of Ihe Souk o fSI, tleorgu will
convene licio August III mid con
tinue Its hcssIoiih until AciinI HI,
HiihIiicnh will bo combined with
ptciiMirn mid the vNlllug delo mIos
will ho ( rented In side tr'os uloug
tho Sucrniiieiilo liver mid cxeurHlous
mid uiltoiiiohilo lides will bo uiiiilo
iulo tlio moiiiilulii dislriels aduceiit
to the cupltul,
The mchmIoiim of Iho coiiveiiliou
will cud with a hmmiiel on Thorn
dav ill the Sucraiiieiilo hotel,
II. I lut Ion of Hucrumeiito is
ehiiiriiiun of Iho reception commit
tee. Srcrctary Lane In Srnltlo
SI'.ATTLi:. WiihIi., Aug. 111. Sec
lelarv of the lulenor I'raiikliii K.
Lime, foi inert v a resident of Ibis
slule, in rived her at 'J o'clock this
aftriioou nnd was titkcn for nil iiulo
mobile tup about the clt" mid held
u piibtn leceplioii at tho Sealllo
china limit HTour.
Theio herbs are a blood tonic. A
posltlvo euro for l.lvor, Lung, llonrt,
ICIdncy, Htomnch nud Rowel troubles,
Cures Malaria, Chills nud Fover nud
Rheumatism. A gunrnutoed euro for
Piles. No surgical operation ro
I can grently recommoiid Dr. (Km
Cluing to any ono suffering with
piles, bo having cured lim of n bnd
enso of seven yenr standing, lln
linos no knlfo but effects his cures
entirely by bis herbs,
R. H. CADJKW.
This I to cortlfy""thnt Him Chung
has cured mo of piles after having
them eight or ten yenrs.
W. W. di:ti:r.
211 H. Front
Bittner's Real Estate
& Employment Bureau
For Halo or Kxrlinugo
U 10 ncro sIock rtiticb, Improved,
plenty of out rnni;. Mnko offer.
ISO ncro stock much, close In, nt
17 ncro bearing orchard, trade for
California Income property.
IHO acre limber close to rnllrond,
J 1250. Term.
Nleo 7 room modern cottnge, cloio
Finn G room modern house, lot
C.r.xlOO, somo fruit. Will exchange
for small Improved ranch, clenr.
From $1000 to MO, 000 stock or
merchmidlso to Irndo for roal rstato.
Wo have nppllrnuts for ranches to
rout, bring In your listings.
Furnished nud uiifuriilithod house
(Ilrln for geiiernl homo work.
Cook In residence. .t
MRS. EBOLA. BITTNER
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