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Medi?ord Mail Tribune,
AH TW'Ul'UNMiRNT NliWHCACKH '
ruui.mnun jcvunr aktwinoon
IBXl'KIT 8WNUAY 11 Y THU i
AIKDKOHD I'KINTl.NO CO. i
Tlio Uriti'MTdllr Tllllin. Tlio MriMrtfd
Mull, Thr Moilfoni Triliunc Tlio Smith- i
itn Ori'uo-ilflii. Th Aliliil Tilhiint- i
Ufflco Mall Tilt.uti.' HuiMimJ. XL-2i -Ml
Nonh Kir mitois tricthtTni (.
MEDFORD'S MUNICIPAL NEEDS
Survey of City liy Prof. Sowers of tlio Stnlo Viilwrslty of Oivon.
Official Paper of the City of Meilford,
orrtcilnl l'npor of Jncknon County.
Entrrml n neoml-olnM mnttcr nt
Mmlfonl, OreRun, under thr net of
Mnrch 3, 1879
Ono ymt. by null . ... . .
Ontt month. In' mfltt..
I'rr month, iWI'iirrt .tiy twrrlor in
Mcflfont, Jacksonville mid Ccn
Irnl IMInt... . ...X .
tatunUy onlv. liy mini, prr yr .
Weekly, per ywr ... . . .
Continued from yesterday.)
1. Out of n totnl payroll oxpcmU
tunic for! (ho year of f 35,000 less
than $1000 Ik spent on health protec
2. There In urgent need for n
sanitary nml food inspector.
3. Tlio henlth code needs to lo
modornlied In several Important
I ftn Lwavs. Fond dea'orti should bo oblir-
-' -i!..! I II -
VK IU lillxe UIIL lllTl'ilPl'.
miusunlly lifty liineheon wiih mr
oil. The next jiiottinj; will lie he't
:il Mis, It. . KldcmV Inline, in
"Mnrv liu.l n llllle.eullV'
ho metered mid the elly should own' "In ilint why alio didn't wetir
tho meters. The melerliiK of tnrK. tInsluMi wkirtf"
mtiiuhi o mi niiii'i'liiHe uiiilienei
lie will piencli iiimIii on the In -I
J Wetlni'Kilu.v uiulil in .Miireli, All me
. invited to ntluml.
1 Mr. Mm tin of tlio Mmmfiohl rnuoli
'wont out to Mptll'onl Tuofiluy.
0. It. Mori in of Hutte I'iiIIh Mien!
users should ho undertnkon at unco. I !' m toilet tho Uij? show nt tln Siitiudny luiil Suuilny iitiiiK t '"
3. Orenter 'attention should ho Willow Siirinin sohoollioiiHe Sutttr- lliomo of T. .M. l'oolor,
Pa iy n
nxernue for six mimtlis emllnc
Willi Medfonl Stop-Ovcr
4. Oarbngo collection should be
undertaken by tho city.
1. A possible reorganization,
combining tho functions of tho city
engineer nnd street commissioner, is
suggested.- -i" "
2. Dally time reports should bo
Installed In tlio department to ollm
Innto wasto time and to assist in se
curing more accurnto accounting.
3. Assignment routes of the street
cleaning forces should bo mapped. Jt
paid to tho classification nnd distri
bution of expenditures.
i. A profit and loss statement
should bo Issued as u part of the
day evening nt S o'eloek nlinm. "ItVi At the ounoliiHiini of mi iuloroxt
All in the Pny Strenk," nnd tlio ' iug jirnyor mooting loil liy Ml- Kone
oluimotoiN me a lollows; ust Friday niyht the youiiu umiIi
llurve.v Vnneo lliiluul Kelly ndioiiined to tho homo of .1. F. Uitt--
Florene 1, aw ton
f. Tho cost of extensions and nil-, Mr. I.auton
,ivivui i .nke wortli, .Ir., wJioio Unvv iiln,ei
(luy Davis iiiium mnl iuoiilontnllv ilixpofoil of
dltlons should nt loast not ho a chiirga, llorhorl I.uwton . Albeit lorjtey unite u hit of ioo oionm. All iooit
against water rates until after pw Kooky .Mouiiuuti Urono, or Jlol- ol u tioil Hint
vision has been nindo for retiring out
1. Instead of publishing assess
ment notices In detail, provision
might bo made for notifying each
property owner affected by serving
notices in tho manner provided for
serving summons In civil action. The
money saved thereby might be profit
ably spent In puubllshlng tho nnnu.il
reports of tho city departments so
that tho cltlxens who are the stock
holders of the city of Meiiford might
He linker . . .. Melon Mot'iuuher
I'mv Strowk, or Jim Kftorn P. ltkr
Hollboy . , .Will l)nU
Property men, llwrl Taylor uml
Xo mlm'Hdioii nml no oeoret moot
ing. (Irently to the surr4no of (loo.
P. Minis outub a lut-t of frietnlM one
evening to greet linn, uml onoli anil
every gue-t wns Umntifitlly liulen
with nppropriato gifim nml tho
good things to eat Unit onlv Mth-
VOIES 10 LEGALIZE
would then bo easy to trace com- know how tholr money Is being spen J "r,m" mm" v,xn l'roluoe. A pre
plaints nnd fix responsibility. Tho
dally reports of streets flushed or
swept should bo ma do on standard
forms and filed.
4. Adcquato equipment for tho
maintenance of streets should be pro
vided. 5. Tho cost of supervision, plans,
Inspection und tools has not been
properly Included with direct expense
In chnrgtng prlvato individuals for
work done by city labor.
0. The equipment of tho depart
ment. Including steam roller and
OH ANTS PASS, Ore., Fob. 11.
By a roto of 734 to 1S9, Grants Pass
vesterday voted to legalize tho bond ' trcct Pushers should be properly dnte for tho payment of licenses, sim-
Tho city has mnde u good stat
toward keeping tho city from being
disfigured by unsightly poles. All
additions to present systems-vand all
new system should bo required to bo
placed In underground conduits,
ltultroml Crossing '
Although the Southern, Pacific
trncks run through tho heart of the
city, no signal, warning boll, oix gates
nro In use to protect the public!
The establishment of n quarterly
I'suc of $200,000 for tho building ofl nouseu ana nJl e exposed to tho, ar to the sj stem of water collections
! weather. I ...i.i ..i. i. ,,.,- . ...
uiiiu iuaiu n iu?Biuie lu eAOrCUC
grater administrative control ovor
this Important branch of revenue.
Value of Coniphilnt
f.acu department snouid Keen a
complaints recolvod. i
m nn nlntnnltn.rtniHA.1 Mlliyvn rl a
""""""" -- 7. An effort should be made to
Applegate valley, a distance of ten purchase all supplies. In quantities
miles. after compotltlvo bidding.
Tho voto restsrday was to correct s There Is need for sub-surfaco
procedure In the former election hold I niP8 showing tho exact location of!rccon, of n
last October and was supported by evorjwntcrmaln, sower, pipe or con
practically tho samo vote. Thej"ult' "
bonds had been sold and tho grading ' 9- Tlc annual report should bo
on tho road Is completed and ready j considerably extended to show in
for tho rails to Wildervlllo. j work and eo1 un"s what has been
This road to tho Applcgate Is tho acrompllshed durlnc the year, and ,t
first unit of n line to bo constructed
to tho coast, with a terminal at
fresccnt City, Cal., and prlvnto capi
tal Is bolng Interested to carry on the
work from the end of the city-owned
milt. Grants I'nss already has ex
pended $35,000 In tho purcbaso of
terminals, right of way, grading, etc.
hould be published.
They show where tho machinery of
government Is falling or breaking
down and where to direct nttetitlon In
planning tho work of the department.
If the mayor would see that com
plaints which come to him reach the
proper administrative official, they
would servo an Important administra
te citj s departments should pay Mvp purpose. A record of the num
for the water used by them tho samo j ber of applications for charity an I
a other consumers. Tho present ar-i poor rollef would reveal tho need for
rangement is unfair to consumers. wo organized agency to deal with
2. i:eryservIcclnthecltyshouId this problem.
CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH
W. C. T. U. Non-Partisan
WASHINGTON, Fob. 11. A good;
To the Kditor Tho W. C. T. U. N phn-o of temperance and n'rohibi-
.. .. .... ! . tl r.
ctnctir non-party. It will aid m c nre worKing Willi nil
Innrlv. T will ni.l nnn,) mnn i'.1-t i.l-: Cliristiniis and others who want Or-
, -..,.. .. ..... ... r.- " -. .. ....
nally when there is'n clenr dividing i
line between him nud n bad man who I
sontntinu spoeoh h I. W. Stone
was extremely fitting and eloquent
followed immediately bv n spoeoh
from the host, wiuolt told in a few
words his kind l'oelmg and friend
U for his neighbor. One of out
Willow Springs jmots 'dodionted n
'oom to the ooea-ion. .Mrs. Stone
appeared in a pearl grnv iiiphshHiio,
Mr-. Hurkhols u stunning shepherd
cheek, Parisian model, while Mr
Parker's willowy form wan envoi
Aped in an exquisite shade of tan
poplin. .Mrs. MeKee wore th new
est French ereation with irriilmeeti
trimming-.. Mrs. lung of Itookfoid,
III., was gowned in u blue clinrni
ouse with silver ornamentation. Mis
Piekard wore n eofl'ee-colorod rv
with n touch of gren, and Mrs
Howry wns daarJimr in an Alice Mm
ti-ue. Many other lovely ctmtitiHr
wore observed, but tqmee forliiil tie
.eription. X'ever fear, the jteiule-
inon wore there and wre nil baud
some and delight full v entertaining.
Tlio Pnr'ntTmehr-., oluh will
give the sureaiuinglv funny fore
'Uox and Cox," at tlio M'hoollion-v
Fehmarv 8, at S oVIook. There wi'1
be poHoru nud candy for sal, i-f'-li
pond, miiMral features and
fortuie telling booth and all thin rn
tertaiiimeut for tlio miiiiII sum ol
11 cents, children under 10 admit (!
free. Th' farce alone U worth 'I"'
ndmisi-iou, and the proceeds will '
dixiilod betweeir tlio club and
Gr.irisc 01 J
Kuid l'oolor opi'iit Kriiluy niglil
with Kay Kinoaid of Mcndowhrook
Violet Vnughii spenl 'Friday night
with Oru Dittswortli.
Mrs. II. 1). Illaiiolmnl is the
proud possessor of n now xaddlo.
Miss Uom bin boon making tin ex
tended visit tit tho homo of .1. F
It. II. Vuiujliu' and sou Itoy weir
out hunting cattle Sunday.
Ilohait and Stowurt Dittswoith
and Kov Vaughn spout Monday o
cuing at tlio home of T. M. IVelor.
Kthol and lt"-n.i,. Iliuiulinllmiii have
returned to school utter nn aliKonoo
of sex oral weeks duo to sicklies.
I.estcr Oordeu inissoil thioo days
of school on uccoitut of sloknoas.
Otxiug to a lironk down tho ro,tti
lur mail curiicr couldn't make tho
trip Friday, so l,lo.d Wilson carried
it that day.
Owing to the sicklies of Mr. Con
rov Tracy Udoihhy curiicd mail Sat
dopnitinonl Mr. ( 'ar-nin i luiitic v
liiiiiiid Siiudn.v uoiiniii" nlmiti I
o'clock. Tho ilrii was well uiulc
wny whou diaoovciod nud by ll
lime help united it wtia lio,ond con
I ml, Mr, ('ittnou wns, und is "ln,
lug with t'ml .Inoksou ns his wife i
isiliug filcuilM and loluiivoN in 1 1
eul. Nothing wiih HtiM'd ovcop
sumo personal holoiigitigM und loop
ankos which Air. Carson hud with
him nt .Mr. .laokson's.
Tho Christian I'.niloavoi' Silnly i-
phinulug to colol'rate WnshlugliiuV
hiitlidny witli n social.
I, (. O, V. Nollto.
I.aigo attcudanoo of cucampiucut
menitarM Is dcslrod loniiht.
Woik lu tl It. degree.
Order of C P. 2l
with Modfnrd trade Medford mni1
We mnke this explanation bccan-.
till" W. C. T. IT. Ii- l.n.u, :,io..tin...!
clean bill of health was given tBo,umu" lur "lB P'a"""'!-' or me n- ,y Mme wi(h pnrtigan )0itie ,..
Western-Federation of Miners today Qor traffic, but never docs it al- tivities. We have n Inrge field and
In tho" report of the Industrial rel.v low iCcif to become nn adjunct to Minll not be trampled from it !
Mons committee, which recently In-'n party. I the pnrtisan fields,
vestlgated strike conditions In Mlchl- Th V. C. T. U. is not circulating j Those who sny women arc rni
gan. ny luferenco tho report favors the vellow pledge of the "Out to, will find ns following the safe nnd
Tho roport was published by
Chairman Frank Walsh. It dis
cusses conditions In western mining
camps whero tho minors' federation
"Stitkes aro unknown In such
camps where minors must havo cards
beforo they aro allowed to work," tho
report saya. "Wages of minors In
Montana," tho report declares, "ara
fixed by tho selling prlco of copper."
Win," nor is it indorsing it, nnd wc,oonservntivo path. You may hnfoly,
are not a party auxiliary. .Ncitnert trust tho W. C. T. U.
nro wo condemning the party. Wcl LYUIA M. HOWKLL,
givo our attention to the larger! County Piesident.
Air. anil" Alrs.'jTrl
daughter, Hazel; returned Wodncs
dav from a wcokV stay in the valley.
T. Al, Pcolor und II. I), lllnuchard
spent Tuesday visiting It. H. 'in
ceut. Lucius KincaM onme home Friday
to mnko n short viit with home
folks and break the now team. Lu
cius returned Saturday to Prosper1
OUTTE FALLS BUBBLES. I
Mrs. Al. Ilrainard has renniml
irom nn extended visit with her auin
in Forest Grove.
Nellie and Polk Smith Mtit Hi'
week-cud at their honio aboe Ihic.
Princiml L A. Wright made i
trip to Ivsglo PiHiit and Mrdforo
Saturday to have aome dental wotk
diini. He t-etuiued Sunday rwu tik-
Alr. and Alrw. Coonse were dwi
from their bwwe abe lion la-'
The. Junior Mndeaor ntet tuin
meat given Sunday was ll attmd
el and all reHirt lutwus; had a
Orchestra praftiee was held al Mr
and Mrs. Chartfe IMwtMidssw'a Sui'
day af ernon.
Mr. O. II. Morris iilod Satordn
and Sunday with friftuU nen
The biditM AM will meet tin
week with Airs. FriHlonbtirg.
.Mrs. Koborts ami daughter, Wila
ka, wore up from Derby Snturdm
on Im-ini'-s. Miss KohorU i tcncli
ing in the lliffinholhaiu ditnrl.
There will ho two basket lal
Khihos and n masiUerde ball gwi
at the hall Febmary 1 1. All are i"
vited to attend.
Jack Tungate was down Mondnx
The inununl training dopiirtnn'ti'
of our school him jut coinplt'tid
some parullid bar to bo uod for
'liolophis 'ruesday and Wednesday
V Story of tlio Indian Country
I'.VTIIH WUUKI.V NO. 711
Coining Thursday Only
tiii: mi:vr i.vmk
Political Driimn Two Heels
raap aRL-.w 1 1 i u lii----3iJBJH I
3 fur 3It ontt
Ol.i.ie. rhmlr . '. Ii".
TiH-nlay and Wisluosday Nights
lloautlful two rod Sollg Hpeclnl
Al'ltlC.W SUA lllltllrt
SIIIII.IK'IC IIOIAIIW Olltli
HIS IWTIIISlt'S iieusi:
Ml stC It. I'OHHST
Coming 'lliuriliy Only
tin: moth am tiii: i i.a.mi:
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
In llif ( It lii.ilt-tl Sm . i ,
In l-'iiiti- IJi-r Ai-i. Uiinifnl u',' Cmii'ily.
PRICES: 10c, ?.0c, 30c
HA KM JAIN MATINKK SATl'K'DAV
Children 10c ANY SEAT -Adults 20c
nnd took the (cam with him.
On Wednesday night, February I. the amusement of the ohiblrou.
Ilnither Simmons preached n good In spite of our well equipped fire
KNAPP BULL MOOSER
FOHTLAXD, Or., Feb. 11. Fol
lowing u moeting of tho Multnomah
ProgrOfhive club, it waa announced
today by T. J. Ntmhaiiseii, a promi-nc-nt
member, (hat F. C. Kiiiijij), for
mer prosident of the Portluud cham
ber of oommorcc, will be progressive
candidate for governor. While Nou
Imuben did not Miy the uuuouiiccmoiii
was niithorizcd) hi remarks led to
-Mrs. .Mary I'ctor nnd son .Merle, to spend the Bummer. Air. Hurton
who rarived from' Oakland, Cul., nnd will rcmiiin in Alaska, where he i
hnvn been in Asblnnd for week frcmnii of the Daily Dispatch. II
went to Afedford Tucsdny on n visit,
lie is nn employe of tho Southern
Pacific nnd has been in tho hospital
for four months.
Aliss Kdn:i Ferguson is up from
Los Angelos on n visit to Ashland
friends, und with her brother at
Mrs. S. L. Hurton nnd three chil
dren nnd her fcister, Aliss Agnes Wil
liams, arrived from Juncnti, Alaska,
wns foreman of tho Ashland Ilicord
for six yenrs before going to Alaska.
The circulation of the Ashland
public library for Jnnuary exceeded
any mouth in tho history of the in
stitution. It wns over 'JjOO.
Cnptuin II. K. Afutcnlf, for tho
stnto militury board, nud Captain
Collins, for tho U. S. A., took uu in
ventory of the properties of the lo
cal Const Artillery Corps here tin
lirst of the week.
WILLOW SPRINGS TWIGLETSI
BABIES HE IN YEAR
WASHINGTON, Fob. 11. Making
hor first annual report to Labor Sec
retary Wilson, Miss Julia O. Lathrop,
rhlof of tho fedoral children's bureau,
estimated that thrco hundred thous
and American babies died last year,
nnd said nt least half would havo
lived under proper hygienic and sani
WIDOW OF FIRST PRESIDENT
OREGON UNIVERSITY DEAD
PORTLAND, Or., Fib. 11. Airs.
Holeii Elizabeth Johnson", widow of
tho first prpsidont of tho University
of Oregon, i dead hero today at tho
ajfo oC 110. Hor illness was brief.
John Sibty has gouo to Portluud
on businoss for n lew days.
Airs. Sum Aiidcrou and fon,
Lloyd, were pleasantly entertained
in Afcdford several days last week.
What happened ut tho Parent-
Drs. Dow had as their guests at
12 o'clock luncheon lust Sunday, Air,
and Airs. 1). W. Stone.
If tho hhoo Tits, wear it, otherwise
let tho other fellow.
T, Al. Jones and family arrived oi.
tho morning train from Corning,
Cnl., Tuesday, und will locntu per
manently in Central Point.
Dr. and Airs. Saluda nro expected
homo today from an nll-wiutcr'u
tour of tho cnbt.
Don't judjjo a man bv his clothes.,
Even tho mini who wears a velvet
necktie may bo utmost human.
Air. and Airs. Whitney of Central
Point have leased tho orchard for
merly owned by T. C. Lnw,
W. A. Thompson, after spending
u delightfully interesting month in
Now' York, returns huppy, but hap
pier still to bo onco mora in Willow
Air. Stoddard, who is engaged on
tho AIcICco ranch, met with a pain
fill accident Inst week in haudliii;
a manure spreader. His foot slip
ped and ho fell on a shurp point of
tho machine, knocking out several
of his teeth nud cracking tho jaw
bone. It is hoped ho will hpoedil)
Would you cnll spicy remarks
words in season?
George P. Minis returned Satur
day to his Willow Springs homo ni
ter visiting his birthplace und nln
tives in Tennessee.
In Chicugo it is "Tho Woman
Thou Sim vest Ale."
Airs. F. Alclveo entertained tin
Parcnt-Tciichers' club Suturdnj.
February 7. The subject for dis
lission was bent by Airs. Tuto for
this meeting, "Tho Teaching- Ku
sponsibility to Children," Airs. AIc
Nasser and Airs. W. II. Parker wen
nppointcd on tho reception commit
tee. IJusiiicss being completed, ;u
John A. Perl
28 B. HAimiKTT
Phones M. 17 anil 47-J9
Ambulance Service Deputy Coroner
4 Reels of Thrills and Surprises
The Clue of the
A Sensational and Intensely Interesting Photoplay
200 SPECTACULAR SCENES
THRILL AFTER THRILL
WOOLWORTH AND WOOLWORTH
Best in Music ,
Coming Friday and Saturday
The second of the Famous Playor productions, and
equally as good or bettor than Mary
Pickford in "Caprice"
ADMISSION 10 CENTS
Monday, Feb. 1 6, One Night
Watch and wait its advent -a good iimo coming for all.
(ITS HIM, I'WKSKSTS
That TlionniKlih New, lirtulit, Spnrkliiiu nud Widrawnkt'
MUTT and'Sfin PANAMA
Tilt1 1DKM I ti-sion ol the f.iirmis llud lasher's comedy
Cartoon Characters. Tin cnr renter, stronger,
grander than ever.
THE ONE BIG LAUGHING MUSICAL EVENT
FIFTY I'FOIMd-:. TWO CAU'LOADS OF SCIOXFUY.
II months in Xew York, (J months in Chicago and
I mouths in Huston.
Ladies and children enjoy 'Mutt and Joff" hotter
than a circus
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THURSDAY, February 19
JOHN CORT Presfhts
AND COMPANY OF 100
REVIVAL OF THEIR
' ivric uy
NOTI3 Owing to the importance of this engagement,
I take this means of personally guaranteeing my patrons
that "Tho Ham Tree" will he the largest and most costly
musical attraction that has ever played the city ol' Nud'-
lord. iMr. R. K. (lorden, Manager.
$o,0() '''"'Hi- 'w 1 .T)0
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Seat Salo Tuesday, 10 A. M. Mail ordors now. Phono 418
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