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Will, Tlm Jtrdford Tribune, The South.
Mi orcunlnn, Tlio Ashland Trlbui
Offlo Mull Trlbuna Hulldlmr. JI-27-S9
North Fir street) telephone 74,
Official Taper of the City of McaTc-riL
Official 1'iiper of Jnckson Count).
OKOItOR TUTNAM. Kdltor and Manairsr
KnUred ah Kccond-clnss matter at
Mfdfnrd, OrrRon, under tho act of
March 3, 1SJ8.
One ymr, by '"'l flft
Ono month, by innll -- .. .SO
Vcr month, driivarod by carrier In
Medford, Jackionvllla and Cen
tral Point ,. . -,-,-, -. .Ro
Raturriay only, by mail, nor vnr J. 00
Weekly, Jxir yoar. . .-- . 1.60
Peter Scvcrin Slcenstrnp, former-
ly sales manager of the llyntt Holler
UoniiiiL' eomnnuy, litis joined the
Muff of the Hupp Motor Cnr com
lmy ns -owcml South American
representative. Ho will nail from
New York January 3." ami will make
Ills' headquarters in Ibtcnos Ayres.
Mr. Stccnstnip started his busi
ness career with the Hyatt Holler
Hearing company in Now York. HU
advent into tho nutomoliilc field
dates hnck to the time elicit such
pioneers as El wood HayncF. 11. E.
Olds, Henry Ford and J. I). Max
well wcro designing their first cars.
It was duo to hi work, his cnthui
nsm and his confidence in his prod
net that tho Hyatt bearing was
adopted by the leading manufactur
ers. Mr. Stccnstnip was at one
timo secretary of the Motor and
Accessory Manufacturers, and is
now a member of the American So
ciety of Mechanical Engineers and
the Society of Automobile Engineers.
Tho Hupp Motor Cnr company
have a creed. It is simple and yet
behind it lies tho most important
element in success confidence, in
oneV work. And that creed is simp
ly, "Wo bclievo the llupmobile to'bc
the best car, of its class in the
It is this creed, this slogan, that
Mr. Stccnstnip is to carry into
South America. And ho will carry
it with all the confidence, and en
thusiasm of a man who knows all
the points nnd strntc of tho game
of selling and ono to whom tho
greatest joy of life is to closo a dif
CLEVELAND, O., Dec. 30.
Carrying a market basket has be
come tho fashion in Cleveland for
rich and poor alike bo says John
Kamp, xnarketmaster, and bo ought
to know as tbo records of munclpal
markets are submitted to hiin every
outh. According to Kamp, CIcve
landers spend $400,000 a week at the
city markets. At one market alone
tbo now West SIdo Market House
tho total buyers in one week num
"Tbo municipal markets are show
ing a wonderful increase In busi
ness," said Kamp, "wjtlch indicates
that tbo Cleveland housew'lfo is be
coming moro careful and Is begin
nlng to dispense with delivery, which
only adds to tbo cxpenso of food
Htuffs. She is moro careful In her
cliolco of what sbo puts on her table
nnd docs not trust to tbo grocery-
man to pick her foodstuffs. And
this is a big step toward lowering
tho cost of living,"
The following loiter appears in the
Staunton, Vn., Leader:
Moorcland, Pal., Xov. JS. .1013.
Mr. W.! W. Sproul, Middlebrooko,
Dear Mr. Spreul:
I have just returned from a trip
into Oregon nnd Washington. Al
though my trip was primarily ono of
investigating the potato industry, 1
could not help but gel in touch with
fruit conditions in that country. 1
wns struck by their method of doing
things and their actual conditions as
compared with conditions in the
east, especially Virginia, that 1
thought you might be interested in
hearing nbout them and the way
they have made cerlain localities famous-.
I am sending yon under an
other cover some of their literature
which will civo vott some idea of
how they have brought about the
widespread idea that there w no
fniit like that grown in the north
west. "Advertise'' i their watch
word, and they never lose an oppor
tunity to spread the fume of their
fmit both in this country nnd
abroad. You, of course, have seen
their iruit and know now it com
pares with that grown in Virginia.
If Staunton advertised half as much
as icoguc river or ttoou Jttvcr me
apples from your locality would be
in greater demand than those from
the northwest, nnd the growers would
be getting dotiblo the price for their
fmit that they are now getting.
I enclose, a clipping taken from
the daily paper, which shows the
prices for wldch thev will put their
apples in New York City and other
eastern points. It co.-ts the crowers
30 cents per box for sorting nnd
packing and 80 cents jer box for
freight to New York. How much
cheaper Staunton could put just as
good apples there 1
I had the pleasure of attending
the National apple show at Spokane.
They hnd a good show Virginia
should have been represented. I
talked with a party there who hnd
been thinking of going to Virginia to
grow apples, and I believe he could
do better there than here.
They believe in good, perfect fruit
and they compel the grower to mar
ket nothing else. Thev do not per
mit a. wormy apple to be sold on tho
street in Medford. If the inspectors
find on apple with a wormholo in it
exposed for sale the whole box of
apples is destroyed. Thev insist on
nn npple you can cat "in the dark,"
and then they never stop boosting It,
nnd never hesitate over tho expense.
It cost the little town of Medford n
thousand dollars to entertain a party
of scientists who were merely inter
ested in the wild plants of the region
the idea being thnt wherever they
went they could not help but remem
ber the treatment they received there
and would speak of Medford and
would speak of Medford and would
nlso mention it in their publications.
The county gives n scientist $.1000
a year nnd n laboratory and two of
fice rooms with four inspectors to
protect the interests of the fruit
growers. They have a special levy
which brings in about $18,000 n year
for this work. Tho scientist has
weather instruments, gives frost
warnings, advises ns to hentiug,
sprnying, pruning, to strictly enforce
good apple production.
Very truly vours,
W. V. SITKA If.
TIL MA A
MBit LIN. Doc, 30. Is there an
American uitlltotmlro with the, beauty
of an Apollo tho Intellect of a So
crates, the BtTCiiRth of 'it Sampson or
Jim Jeffries, the restless energy of n
Hooserolt or Kmperor William, and
other necessary "physical constitu
tional requirements," who wants to
help Improve tbo race uy becoming
one of the founders of a new Garden
of Kden. Tho "Mlttgnrt lhuid" of
Germany Is looking tor such a man
As a reward he can bo ono of tho
first "Adams" In the now Kden nnd
havo 10 or moro "Eves" one at u
time. Each union will bo only a
"trial marriage" lasting from three'
months to one year.
The Mlttgart society Is looking for
a placo to locate its "human gar
dcu" bere It can rear a race of chil
dren unsurpassed for beauty,
strength, Intellect and wisdom, who
nrc to become the regenerating ele
ments of tho human race and tbo
hope of the world. Tho society also
Is looklug for a philanthropist to
financo tbo "Garden." Startlug put
originally with the intontlon of cs
tabllshlng Its "breeding .farm" In
Germany for the "rearing of noblo
human beings" to first regenerate, tbo
Gorman race, tho society is now cast
ing Its eyes toward tbo now world
for an Ideal spot and an idealist fi
nancier. Tho old world doosn't want
to bo regenerated. Tho Mlttgart
Bund was organized some time ago
"by several Germans beaded by Dr.
Willlbald Hontschel, of Dresden, who
in all seriousness conceived tbo Idea
that places must bo established
whereby a courso of selectivity, hu
man beings may be bred and reared
llko fine, horses, to furnish regen
erating and renewing clcmonts which
alono can check tho steady deterior
ation of the human race.
SAN FRANCISCQ NO
LOGGER OFFERS AID
TO FIGHT HOG CHOLERA
MANHATTAN, Kim., Dec. :!0.-Iu
onlcr Hint Knn-iiK may bo hotter
prepared to light u sudden outbreak
of cholera, the Mate is now erecting
u now nnti-hog cholera scrum jilniil
- l lit' tlm Iitrgcst mid bcbt equip
ped in tho world. Tim prcsuut plunt
lias n capacity of something over
nno million centimeters a mouth,
enough lo vaccinuto about 211,000
hcud of hogs. As n precaution
ugainst n sudden outbreak of chol
era, thu laboratories here, which are
operated by tho veterinary d.cpnit
ineut of the, Kansas Agricultural
college, keeps constantly in reserve
enough scrum o treat J 0,000 hogs.
Tho Sunflower slate was among the
first to produce such n serum, and
it is estimated '.'00,000 hogs have
been finyed to Kaii'sas farmers by
BRIDGES AS GUARDIAN
James M. Bridges wat removed
this morning by the county court
from the guardiniinhip of Mildred
and Gbidyi Hridges and Mi .Martha
Miitney of Medford was appointed
in Ids plucc. The caiiie of the re
moval in uu alleged miappriprintion
of funds, Judge William Colvig and
Mjss Matney were both hole todin
from Medford in reference to f !
case. Hridgch' account n nhori
,$0-10, which lii bondsmen, the Unit
ed State Fidelity company, will
have to "nuke good, 'o Judge Colvig
asserts. 'J 'he iiioih . belond to the
children and u.ik f uu the'.' deceased
mother's insr.niiK ii ilic Degree of
Honor. Minn M.lM' i- her sister.
Tho present aIi'tciiIjouU of Hridges
is unknown. Ifineburg Review.
M'CALLKN' At Herkeluy, f'nl.,
December 2", Andrew MrCullen,
president of the Virr-l National hunk
of Ashland, buriul at Oakland. He
left a widow mid five childien Ed
ward of San Francisco, Andrew J.
of Ashland, Mrs, Nannie McCor-
jnick of IJerkeley, Mrs. Edna Hill of
Uoyesi Springs, Cnl., and Mrs. L-. L.
Ashland Tidings; Hirthduys not
infrequently fall on Christmas day,
but it is a rare thing to help cele
brate n golden wedding bu the 2.1th
of December. Such, however, was
the fortune of friends and neighbors
of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Iiuuucll, who
live at 171 Eighth street.
It was in tho civil war yenr of
'63, and 'way back in the state of
Maine, thnt these two joined their
fortunes. Mr. Bunnell had already
given a year of service to the Union,
having been stationed in Florida and
Louisiana. For seven years they
lived nt North Wayne, Me., then the
west lured them nnd they came to
eastern Oregon, and in 187,"i to
Washington. In 1894 thev went to
California, in which stato Mr. Bun
nell has had minmir interests ever
since. Their daughter Ella was
graduated from tho University of
Califomiu in 1001, nnd in lOO.'i the
family made their home in Ashland.
Time has dealt kindly with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Bunnell, for but slightly whit
ened hnir, clear virion and vigor of
body is theirs, after the, fiftv venn.'
News of the happy anniversary
had .spread and Mr. and Mrs. Hun-,
nell nil through the afternoon nnd
evening of Christmas day were re
ceiving friends and their congratu
lations. 'A sot of gold-bunded china
came as an anniversary gift from
those who knew of the event. Each
gue.it of the day left his or her
numo in a book provided for tho oc
casion, and all greeted, too, the
daughter whose cheerful Invalidism
is an encouragement to many. Fart
ing wiuhes of all were for many niin
picious return-, of the wedding anni
versary of the two.
PARIS TO CAIRO
IS AVIATOR'S FLIGHT
SAX FKAN'CISCO, Oak, Hoc. i0.
After less than n week's experi
ment Sun Francisco today abandon
ed tho ni tempt to care fulfils im
emplicd. v ,.
The involuntarily idle' will be fed
for n few more duVft nt'lenst, bht it
will bo by private chntity, not by I lie
intunioipnlity. WorkHrif llicyuro to
havo any, ihey will hao to'finll for
In the first plucc. tho city has o.
hnttitcd the small fund it hnd on
baud, available for furnishing cm
ploy incut on municipal public work.
And in the second place, the $11 daily
rate paid was so tempting thnt it
drew men fiom o.ery direction,
many of thorn leaving lo-s remuner
ative work elsewhere.
From Oakland, for example, the
mi"siige eamo yesterday that tho
city had no unemployed. All bud
oro-M'd tho buy to Sail Francisco to
register for .f;t duliv positions with
the municipality. Similar advices
wore received from Itcdwood City
mid other towns.
Though the city had thrown up its
hands, it was hocd that the eiti
reus' committee tit its mooting Friday
would dcvi.se a plan for meeting the
situation by offering work on pri
OVER ARTHUR PELKEY
SAN FUANCISCO, Cal . Dec. 30.
Tommy Hums, manager of Arthur
I'd key ns confident today that there
will bo a knockout registered when
Pel key clashes with Gunboat Smith
nt Daly City on New Years Day. And
bo believes tho Gunner will bo on tbo
receiving cud. Hums' opinion was
formed after he had watched Smith
perform yesterday afternoon before
tbo members of tho Olympic club.
"Now that I havo seen Smith do
his llttlo turn," said Hums today,
"I am anoro confident than uver
that I'clkey Is his master. It w,is
tho first time I bad seen tbo Uunucr
"I flguro that Pelkey Is too big
for Smith nnd will beat him with a
straight left and right to tho body. I
ant confident I'clkey will win by n
knockout Inside of twelvo rounds."
Tho wagering continued today,
however, at 10 to S, with Smith on
tho long ond.
TO WATER FAMINE
MONTUF.AL, Quo., Doc. .'III.- Willi
Ihc oily almost without walor, fire
men stood helpless fur two hours to.
day while u fiio. destroyed n two.
storv btiok building. Finally u res
ervoir slnnding on a higher level
was opened and the flumes wore
prevented from spreading lo ndjniii
lug buildings. The dtunugu was es
timated at :?r.o.ooo.
A muss meeting was- called bv tho
loading eitirons today to iuxostigulo
tho water situation.
Fire Swcrps East Side.
NKW yOKK, Dec. ;ll. A lire
which threaten to do exti'iishoilam-
ago Is raging in the Old Slip district
on tho lower caM side, A general
alarm has been turucd in. u
-" ; "' ' i 'i t- '
rhotopliiys Tuesday nnd Wcducmluy
Our New Minister
In Threo l'nrts
Adopted fiom tho famous rural
drama by Donmnu Thompson nud
Gcorgo W, Kyor, featuring Joseph
Conyers nnd Alien Joyce.
IWTlIt: WICEKIiY NO. ill
Oniilng Thursday Only
S. & A. Special Feature
NOSE AND HEAD STOPPED UP FROM
COLD OR CATARRH, OPEN AT ONCE
.My Cleansing, Healing llaliu llii-lnot-ly
Cloais Xnm, Head ami Throat
Stops Nasty nuunlial IiIhcImiw.
Dull llemlmho (Iocs.
Try "Kl's Cream tliiliu."
Got n Mtnal bottle nuyway, Just to
try Itnnpl) it llttlo In the ihmIi'Uh
mid instantly your clogged iimc and
stoppod'iip air passages of tho hcud
will nHiu: jou will breathe freely;
dulluens and liemluelio disappear.
My morning th catarrh, cobl-ln-hond
or catnrrhol rore throat will ho Meno
Kud Hitch misery now! (let the
small bottle of "Klv's Cream Halm"
ut any drug sturo. This iiwool, n t-
grant balm dlssolvoH by tlm heal of
tho noMrll; ieuotiatoH and huahi tlm
Inflamed, ttwullou iiimiihrauii whlitli
linos thu nose, head and throat;
clours tho air passage; stuui uasly
ilUeliurncH and a fooling of oIcuiih
lug, Hoothlug tollef rumen Immedlatti.
Don't lay aaho tnuluht nUtiuullnit
for breath, with head Milfoil; nostrils
cliiHuit. hawking and blow lug. Cu
turrit or a cold, with It running none,
foul murium dropping Into tlm
throat, and raw drviiwsii Ih illstrcsic
lug but truly mtiidloHH.
Put your faith -Just otiio In
' lily's Cream Holm" and your cold
or latarrb will suicly dlmipiwor.
Protect MttMMriK iMMgi
Ask for Wt .-.If" . W- f VYf;
ORIGINAL B-iAjp.. , V-vWiTWWJ.v
GENUINE The Food Drink for all Afjcs Oilier arc Imitalioai
. fWWft 1. u m ,
l I Theatre
By Mn. Janet McKrnsie Hill, F.Jilorof
Iht JioUon Cooktng ikhool jVitjtsine
In giving this recipe, Mrs. Hill lie
llcvea it to be one of the bctt all-around
cake recipe It lus liecn her grod for
tune to nuke. The simplicity and uni
formly good results will appeal to every
Tuesday and Wednesday Nights
Scllg 'J Heels, Shadows of the Stage
NATIVKS oi' At'STItAI.IA
IN TIII5 SI'ANISII I'VltHMMS
A SK-VSi: 111' llt.MOU
Coming Thnixhi) Night Only
A (JOOIl HI'OUT
A 2 Itoel Kdlson t'ouiedy
ARE THE BEST FOR THE MONEY
CALENDARS AND NEW YEAR CARDS
DIARIES FOR 1914
St lift Thrill Xow
Medford Book Store
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OAIHO, Kgyjit, Dec. .30. Aviator
JiiIch VcdrincK announced today that
he intends to nt tempi a flight from
bum to Australia. lie arrived in
Cairo today after u bevcral xveckq'
flight from I'uriH. Tho I'uris-Cairo
trip wag by no mpuiiH coutiiiiioiiB.
Nunieiouy htops were iiinde, soma of
them of coiihideruble ?eneth. Nevcr-
thcluis the aviator kept to hiH course
and met with no serious nccidcnU.
The flight was considered a notable
On hi way to Australia ho Miid
he mcuut to hoar aero goutlieni
Anin, Britihli ludin and tho Mnliiy
archipelago to the isliuid continent.
C rx'ul Cab
One-half cup butler; lyi euft rn.
ttlata tugar; )t cub milk; 2tuhjlourj
2 level teaifoonfutit A C Hating uf
der I cup of nut meats chopped fine',
whites of 4 eggs, beaten dry.
Sift flour and baMugpowdcrtogrlher,
three times. Cream the butter, add tbo
sugar; then alternately, the milk and
the flour mixture; lat!y the whltei of
eggs and tlie nut meat. Bake in a
sheet in a shallow pan thirty or forty
minutcH When add cover with the
king and decorate with w hole nut me.its.
Till ) alwi an eirelleut ntille cake IcdK
when auu are omlUcJ.
One cup granulated sugar? i ounce
eioiotate; white of I egg, beaten dry,
i teaspoouful vanilla extract; H cup
Stir tiie sugar, chocolate and water
until the mixture boibt; cover and let
lwil three minutes. Uncover and let
lx)il tlU when teMed In roli water asoft
lall may lie fermed: ljit into ihewiiiin
of egg, then Ijciit until cold ,udd vanilla.
TJicnut raramel frwliaa glvrti on vagt fortr
of the K C Cnnk's IlniU m.iy . ul(d In .!re of
Jlie chocnljle fruitliiif. If Uriiml. A mw of
the Cook'ii Ihflk luiiuiMiinrly flltralcJ In 9
culorx. Kill mallctl fr, if yrm will Mint the
colorril tcrtinrnle (uckrcl In ZVnulaintnt K
C lUkln I'uwiicr U Ilic Jauvu Urn. Co
Singer Sewing Machines
Machines for rent, phono 81C-X.
Repairs, cloanlng, oils, needles, parts,
A I; INGKAHAM, MANA(fiai
'JX7 Boutli Holly Ht Medford
John A. Perl
OH H. JJAItTLi;ivr
l'iioncs M. 47 and 47-3Q
Anibtilauco Service Itaputy Coroner
THE MADONNA OF THE
101 Bison feature
WHAT THE WILD
ROAD IN IRELAND
111 l 1 sa
Educational and Kceuic
MIKE AND JAKE GO
, Farce Comedy, a ercnni
"Lady Livingston, tho Skat
ADMISSION 10 CUNTS
Pamper oiir jtockellioolv. HV oiir
lie.st friend in time of need. And the
Ford keeps the pocket hook witi.sficd.
cord lightness and Ford strength make
Kurd economy famous the vo,rld over.
Cut. down transportation cost. Huv a
IB95 Is the now price of thu l'ord riiuahout; tbo
lourliiK cur Is liiir.j tlm town car UU0all f. o. h,
Medford i:oniilcto with i)iulpiiieiit. (let cataloi;
ami imrtleulara from
C. E. GATES
Spin In llulldlnK
NEAREST TO EVERYTHING
I ST. sssas
Beit located and moit popular
hotel la the Cityj circulating Ice
water la every room.
Especial attention to ladle
Excellent, rcawnably priced grill.
Meet your friends at the Manx.
' European Plan RstM 91,80 up.
Management, Chttttr W, Kvllty
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I Mft ifTi ir
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mimP .aXil IIMVm
TSL aaal BSLeBiH I
Including SIDE TRIP
ON THE CANAL
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