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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INDKt'KNDHKT NEV81AP!3n
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BXCIJPT BOND AT BY TUB
MKDl'OIlD PI11NT1NO CO.
Tim Dfctnoorntlo Times, Tli Mcitforil
Will, Tho Mcdfonl Tribune, Tlin 8outh
ern OrcRonlftn, Tho Ashlsnd Trlbuno.
Office Mtt II Tribune llullalntr, S5-27-S
North Tlr utrfot; telephone! 78.
OfflclM I'aper of the City of Medford.
Official l'npcr of Jackson County.
Entered n secomVclnas matter M
Hertford, Oregon, under the act of
March 3, 187P.
One year, by mall . , -.IS.00
One month, by mall. .. ..... . . .80
l'er month, delivered by carrier In
Medford, Jncknonvltle nnd Cen
tral I'oint M
Faturdtiy only, by mall, per year. 5 00
Weekly, per year .... .., . 1-80
rnlt' nvernce for alx months ending
Drcembcr 31. i. :so(K
Willi Medford Stop-Oicr
MADE A HIT AT
Tim local lodge- of Pythimw hni
received the following from I. It.
Klinsnn, grand keejwr of rccorda ami
seal of the Mule lodge, regarding Hip
distribution of Medford apples nl the
Pythian jubileo recently held at
WntMncton, 1). C:
"Washington, I). C, Kcb. 2S.
"lbnj. Trowbridge and Committee,
"Dear Friend ami llrether:
"Kindly M'tid price of Newtown
apple?, enine qnnlity as you shipped
for distribution to A. I. Jarhoe, ('en
ter Market, Washington, I). C, ler
box, noting the number pneked in a
box. Also get tho freight and ex
press rate er box. The brother op
crates one of the departments of
the public market and will order ap
ples if be can get a satisfactory
freight rate. There !? n fine oppor
tunity here to introduce your fruit,
nnd I have done all I could to pro
"On Wednesday evening, Febru
ary 18, my mother handed each
Pythian Sister ni the supreme
chiefs official visit to the temple,
one apple each, whilo I personally
handed them out at the supreme
chancellor's visit to tho Pythian
lodges, at which nil of the visitors
wcro present. These were handed
out with wrappers on as requested.
1 also placed one box each in the
reception rooms of tho Miprctne
chancellor, supreme keeper of rec
ords and seal, board of control of
insurance department, with the re
quest that they be distributed.
"On Tucdny evening, Februnry
21, in company wtih tho 0. K. It.V
of Washington state, we visited the
grand lodge of tho District of Co
liunbin, and there personally handed
out tho last box, which we had sav
ed for that purpose.
"I have- never in all my life wit
nessed such n scramble of the en
tire crowd as I did for Medford np
jiles. Oregon has mado a splendid
impression on the Pylhians attend
ing the jubilee, which will be heard
from in tho not fur distant future.
There were no other products of nny
state distributed but Oregon's. Your
wire of Februnry 1!) was not deliv
ered to mo until 0 p. in. of February
20, though I was registered at the
hotel (New Willnrd), where tho ju
bilee service wore hold.
"Tho handling of this matter hn
been u pleasure to mo and I shall
feel a thousand lime repaid if Tal
isman lodge end tho city of Medford
reaps the reward by an increased
demand for thoir products, which
their enterprise merits.
"With kindest wishes to you all, I
am, sinceicly and fraternally,
"J.. It. KTINKOX. CI. K. It. S."
THE CRESCENT CITY HARBOR
IT is proposed to send n .Inokson county representative
to "Washington to appear before the rivers and harbors
committee and the board of tinny engineers in behalf of
the construction of a harbor at Crescent City.
Army engineers, after exhaustive surveys and examin
ations, have reported favorably upon the construction of
a harbor at Crescent City at an estimated cost of $1,800,
000, which will have an average depth of twenty-four feet
at low tide. They have, however, refused to recommend
its construction, until assured that such a harbor is essen
tial to the development of the country served, and coir
vinced that a considerable area will be benefited thereby.
Capital, according to those who have spent consider
able time and money in the effort, cannot be interested in
tho building of a railroad from this valley to the coast,;
unlive "ismircrl flmtstich si hnrhnr will lin cnmdmii'tiwl Tltui
railroad, therefore, depends upon the harbor and the
harbor, to ,i certain extent, upon the railroad.
A harbor at Crescent City and n railroad connecting
would be worth millions of dollars to Jackson county. In
short, it would assure development of natural resources
now impossible because of freight rates and the long over
land haul. A short road to water, with the Panama canal
opened, would revolutionize conditions throughout this
region. It would make copper mining a possibility by pro
viding smelter sites as well as transportation.
A few years ago the county and citv sent Will (J. Steel
to "Washington in behalf of Crater Luke. As u result nearly
three-quarters of a million dollars are being expended
there, all of which will indirectly benefit the community
during future years.
VKKniCTSl-iKPAXSlON OF t S. COMMUKCK
AC'TKlt OPKXlNlJ Ol' TlIK PANAMA CANAL
UNIVERSAL regret follows the announci
resignation of Professor P. .1. O'Cara as
etnent of the
for ."Jackson county, lie was antlv described as our most
useful citizen and certainly his work was the most im
portant of any in the valley.
"While the narrow-visioned attitude of the recent grand
.jury had nothing to do with his acceptance of a much bet
ter opportunity, it certainly was not an inducement for
Professor O'Gara to reject the offer made him by the
smelter trust. The continual harping of small-bore village
critics will wear out anyone. However, they are in a de
cided minority in Jackson county.
Professor O'Gara predicts a wonderful future for the
Rogue River valley. Familiar with all the fruit belts of
the world, he is firm in the conviction that no place offers
better opportunities and that life in no locality is pleas
anter. He looks forward to the dav when he can return
and make the valley his permanent home.
The best wishes of the entire valley go with Professor
O'Gara in his new work, and a brilliant future for him in
the scientific world is confidently predicted.
PRCSIOtNT CAPIOS R.ESTCEfO, OF COLOMBIA, AND HIS AIDc'J
DE CAMP, LEI-T, COl. GKEGOHiO ARMtlMTA, HCMT. COL. HENRIQUE.
"If tlii' peo!o of tlio United State take full advantage of their trade oppor
tunities after tlie I'tomma Canal U put Into operation llioy will hrlug nltout a
very emit oxMlislmi of tticlr commerce wllli (.VIuiiiM.i mid the other republic
In the aurtiiorii port of South Amerlrn. I;i milking UiU prulli-Uou I umsuiiio
llt.it there nil I first lie a vttlenicut of the I'.Uiiiiiw quetltin wtiUh wilt satisfy
CoLimbli's IiIrIi seine o." Ililcnmllimnl honor, rlclil and Juiee."
TIicm- are the wont. of lr. c'nrhw K. Itciix'n, wlio m served im I'rcM
ileal of Colomtilil fer the Inst fi'iir ciiin. Tlie.v were mniI.pii In the course of nu
iuteriow TUey einsvt'ie i'v iin lollnn of a lojui h..h of Cilumliln, of an
.ii'"iiilUtiMl NUtc-t.iuiii utnl of n i.utlal m.in who tliltil.i carefully bcioru tio
. i f.ll.S.
SALTS IF BAGKACHY
NEW FIRE CHIEF
HNI5 SALARY RAISE
Assistant Fire Chief Harry Llns
slated by tho council to fill tho berth
00CI0R POISONS SELF
AI FAREWELL DINNER
JOMET. III., Mar. C Just ap
pointed an army assistant surgeon
left vacant by the disposing of Eu-jand on tho ovo of his departure for
geno Amann as chief, nnotinccd this! tho Presidio, Sau Francisco, Dr. Loin-
morning to members of tho flnanco
committee that unless ho received the
same salary as his former superior
tie! Stelner, a young physician hero.
B'.vallowed bichloride of mercury at
I a farewell banquet in his honor last
$90 a month bo too, would ro-lnlfiht, and wag bolieod today to bo
sign, putting another twist In tho past hope.
Ilro department situation. For some tlmo after taking tho
The assistant chief Informed coun
cil members that ho would like to
know at once what disposition was
going to be made 'of tho case, as he
bad another Job In night. A meeting
may be called to dispose, of the case.
The matter Is entirely up to tho fl
Coupled with this announcement
Is tho rumor that the regular fire
men may also object.
It Is argued by soma of tho coun
cil, that the agitation uhoiild not bo
caiiHe of worry as thoro aro plenty of
men who are willing to tako tho
poison I)r Stelner continued to chat
calmly with tho other bannucton,
and by tho tlmo It was known what
ho had dono it was too late, other
physicians said, for much change of
saving him. Ho would not explain
IS FEO AI BENIClAi
WASHINGTON', Mar. C. Flat
chnrgvB thut tho Chicago, .Mllwnukeo
& St. Paul and Chicago, Milwaukee
& I'uget Bound railroads hnd mado
false returns havo beca made by tho
luter-stuto commerce commission
The coiiimlwdon had alao charged
that the roads bad disregarded the
omwlMlon's accounting rulea and in
sow returns showed tho roads' In
, 'm to be less than It really was.
Look I Look!
i v gwoke Governor Johnson cigars,
tWy're wade'ln Medford, you'll like
IIKNECIA, Oil., .March 0. -Kel-leyV
uud Thorn' "aimics- of the un
employed" were allowed to laud here
without opposition this afternoon.
The fcherilf and Solano county com
missioners met them at dock, fed the
men mid star led them at 'once by
train, via Davis, for Sacramento.
Contra Cotit county official and
Southern I'acifio police had threat
ened to havo the Solano county au
thorities' arrested if thev attempted
to prevent a landing. They said tho
men had ticket to Heuicia uud must
be taken there.
Tho first truin which carried tho
armies from Richmond had as
freight .$20,000 in silver bullion con
signed to th'j Selby Smelting works.
It wuh understood Sacramento
would refuse to receive the men, but
their fares were paid and they seem
ed determined to go straight
it Froa Lung Triuble
A mrolclne for Tliroat nd Lung Truu.
bin wlilcti tin U-tu tliorouctiljr tcinl fur
umir Tram, coil which hut la luitru
mcaui la rrttorliig complrtc lifnllh tu a
Urge number or ufftTf, tbould lx tliur
oui;tilr luintlKHted Ly I'Ttrjone. While
no utidne claim are made tor It, nor anr
Kuarautro that Ita uie will rittore htnllh.
Kckman'a AlttmllTv tiaa Iwcn clrtn the
full credit In aatloic lh- In loan; ca.
Itcail Ihli caw. Wilmington, l)l.
''(ifDtlcmtu: In Januarjr, liiu I waj
taken vtliu hcmorrhaEv of the Iuiik.
Mj ilirilclan. one of thn leading pracll
tlonera of Wlluilnglcu. Del., aald that It
wai lun trouhlr. 1 took tge and lullk
In quaotltlea, but I cot very weak. Mr.
C. A, Llpulorott. of Uijorolt A. Co.,
lepartnifut Htore, to 314 Market
street. Wilmington, 1H rerommeuded to
we I'Ckman'a AlteratUe. that hail ilims
I ereat cood. and uMfi bli uceallou I he
Kan taking It at ouce. ThU wit about
June. juoa. i coDtimiM raltbfully', ulng
no other remedy, and Onnlly noticed lh
rlearlng of the Imigt. I now hari. no
trouble with my lung. I nroily tiellera
Lckinan'a Alteratlre aared my life."
(AmdaTlt) JAH. HgUIHKB.
(AlKte abbrrrlattd: more on reijueat.)
hckman a Alterative liaa been proven by
many yeara teat to be roost efta-atlou
for seyere Throat and I.ung AITctlon.
1 rpnchllla. llrouchlal Aatbraa. Ktulilxjrn
olds and In nphulldlng the ayatem.
Contains no nircollon, poltoii or habit,
forming drug. Aik for booklet telling
of rerpverte and write to Kikman
I.iloralnry. Philadelphia. !., for ev.
deuce. 1 er tale by all leading drugglata
Drink lots of water and stop citing
Beat for a while if your Bladder
When you wake up with backache nni
dull mlrry in tlw kidney region it gtn
erally mcjns gy hao liccn eating too
much meat, taya a well-known authority.
Meat forms irritr-uridrwhieh- crvervrorka
.the kidneys In. their clfort to filter It.
from the bloojiruh they becomo sort of J
parnlyxed and lojgj-. lien your kidneys
(,'et alupish nnd clog ou rouit rclloo
them, like you relieve your bowelst re
moving all thtbody' urinoui waste,
el you havo backache, tick headache,
diuy i(clU; your atom.tch siur, tongue
i coated, and when the weather is bid
ou have rlicumltlc twingei. Tlio urlno
U cloudy, full of nediment, channcla often
get sore, Mrater scalds and you ar ohlignl
to arek relief two or three times during
Kithcr contult a good, reliablo physi
cian at onco or get from your nlinrnuicUt
about four ounce of Jad Nnltai take
a tablespoonful in n glass of water
before breakfaat for a few daya and jour
kidneys will then act flue. 'JhU furaous
salts li mado from the add of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with llthla,
and has been ucd for generations to
clean and stimulato sluggiah khlneyfi,
nlo to ncutrallu orlds in tho urine so it
no longer irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts Is a life saver for regular
meat cater. It is lncxxnlve, cannot
injure and tnaketi a delightful, clfcr
veceut lltlila water drink.
John A. Perl
28 H, IIAH'i'Iil.TT
riioncM 51. 47 mis 47-J3
Auibulaato Bcrvko Deputy Corouer
"Wo Imvo nil the latest nohbv
styles of Spring Suitings
anil would like to lutve yon
eall mid see us before pur
chasing anv new spring
clothes. Perfect fit and low
All tailoring done in Med
ford. R. R. V. Tailors
ik..i i 1 1 . i f . 1 1 . . i
I jmui uiocK, lucuioru.
A New Wuy of Uslod Left Over
Jly Mrs. Janet McKtMxie Hill, Julilor
otAi Jlastuu t ooilMjf School ,(ns;atiut
Kvery liousf-wife finds the dis
position of left overs a most per
plexing problem. K C liecf Roll
will go a long yay toward help
ing you out when the family get
tired of hash and stews. You
really ought to try it for supper
tonight or tomorrow uight ut the
Have the land I havo tho trees.
Itlsht now Is nn Ideal tlmo to plant.
Will ou buy the cheapen goods you
can find or stock that has been pro
perly cared for during the winter
I still havo a good assortment of
nursery goods, most any thing for
which you nro likely to call, Tho
goods nro guarnntd to I'LHASU
and tho prlca guaranteed to bo right.
First clnr-B ono year stock on 3
year Jnpnu roots at 110 and $12 per
100 for 3't and 4-C trees and tho
goods aro In prime condition.
A few hundred Klnffnr pears 2
year on Japan and 1 four mi Kolffor.
7 lo 10 IVnU
Tuscan Cling, Orntigo Cling, Harly
and I.nto Crawford. Mulr, Hlbarta,
Cliampluu, Aloxandnr, Hales Karly,
Triumph and Snlway,
Reef Hull, KC Style
Tlt-tftuHtoHn I aiitviixul tall; llnvlta
I tinuli K ClUk iHt lnedtn fi'fvr lAm ltn mm
t-KtlMilt; r h, thlPHii (ooirj ir ami
jI ItaipwtfHl huxiJ mil.iiili J tralttt
tirntx atimfiimuH '.( Uaifrxmtil etch, loll
anil ttffi bmlh artiixltr.
Make a biscuit dough of the flour.
Rait, IC Clnl.ing i-owder, bhorteiiingnud
milk, nml roll into a sheet half an inch
thick, having thj cuds even. Mix th
other iugrcdfciiH by themselves, using
liquid as jiccd'i! to tirnke a jUbtc.
tircail the iwHti? over tho dough and
roll like a jelly roll. Jlakelna buttered
pan nlx)ut forty mlnulcH, JlruHb over
tlie outside with it little beaten egg It ft
for the purjxiif um return to the oven
to brown. Bene hot villi il rich brown
mucc. Other ni' ita, mich as chicken or
veal, alone, or m coniMimtloii. may bo
used. The onion nnd muttard may Lo
Klnely ireli Jutethluk rf Itby he
Illjl.itiillitrui-Hi IfiVll.t of llic mliirid rer-.
Ilhaile iwckrd li ZVtrnt ruin c,f KCIlaVIn
Ifiwder. Hem! lor "lie JmiiU,hi oika Jiook
today tu the Jaucm Mra, COT, Chlcutfw.
Apricot. Cherry, Plum, Neclnrlno,
Almond. Applo and Pear In kciiitjI
nssortmout. Hood nlock and tho
price Is right.
A few hundred C SpKzonhiirg n;i
plo at IC 00 por 100 wlfllu they last.
I hrvo n fluo lino of shiulo troos
at lf.c nud up. If you do not plant
shado trcoH this xprlug It will ho ''J
fault of initio. Hot htmy, Oregon
Maple, American KIiiih, lllack I.ocnst,
Soft Maplo, Carolina Poplar, Norway
Maple, Kngllsh Km, Catulpn, Moiin
Inlu Ash, etc,
Over sixty varieties of overblown
Ing roses. V011 can get what yoj
A few choice Hugh Dickson left.
You can hnvo thorn In hunches of
ten $1.50 por hunch ut tho il nil very
ard. Will you got theuo or your
Yob I havo (ho goods, hundreds of
nice bushes and vines thut will help
to miiko your homo more beautiful.
Home pcoplo think I sell fruit trees
only,' (lot that notion clenr out of
your system for tho
Eden Valley Nursery
curries the largest and host assort
ment of ornamental goods as well as
fruit trees uud berry bushes to bo
found In Southern Oregon. Call ut
my delivery yard, fiOa'j Knst Main
street, and lot tho goods do tho talk
ing, P N. S. BENNETT
KILL THE CATARRH
It's Hut direct lo tho-Hpot method
you hrciitlio It. Ho nut delay and
contlmui to suffer from catarrh, head
colds, bronchitis or nnlfflos, It h
not only iiuihIIchh and iinnoyn )oiir
fi'lontht, hut dangerous to )our gen
IIckIii thn llyomol truntmMit at
once. It Is 0110 of tlio easiest, quick
est, nud surest ways to clear tho
bond mid quickly mid poriuitueiitly
llyomol htdug medicated air Im
mediately reaches tho soru and Irri
tated uioiuhraue and tissues tin nu
tlKoptlc and geriulcldal healing begins
You will Kiirnly Ilka llyonud Its
relief Is not only Imuiedlitto hut last
ing. Money refunded by Chan.
Strang It ou are not satisfied.
Oct tho complete outfit $1.00
sire. Druggists tivory where sell II)-
Is a Serious Problem
Wo aro uimiilo to fiirnUli divorce
piviiers but ran supply Wall Paper
representing the latest creation of
leading American designers.
Water's Paint and
Wall Paper Store
II IH Knit .Main HI.
Wo (live H. & H, flreeu Stniups
TIM DAY ASM) SATI I1DAY PIUHIItAM
THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN
"THE TWO ORDEALS"
The splendid cuuionmcul of Hie throne of Allahn, ileh in all the
Oriental caparison of India, ftirni-licH suiieth opporliiiiitics plctor
ially. "Till: TWO OllDKALS," with lroiunW and IIoiim, make mi
aniiiial, picture on 11 hemic mmiIc heretofore uiiattemptcd. A thriller
in two m;i:i.s. tiihki, oTiir.it i'iiotoim.aym.
SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MATINEE AND NIGHT
Carnegie, Alaska -Siberia
FAimiKST SOUTH WITH TIIK CAMI'.IIA
Thrilling Hunting Keciiei under the Midnight Sun.
WITH INSTUIHTIVK I.WTt'm:
Polar Hear mid Wulrut Hoping within tea feet.
I'lHCKS-lOc, I fie, '.0c.
Spcidal Itiirtftiiii Mnlinee Suudiiy, lib, any seat
.MatluiH) '2iU V. M. Kteiilng, Trill).
N. II. Don't fail to ce the diaplay in the Page lobby. It's worth
"A Message from
'Kolir-purl IVnlili'p nliU'lion, rilmi'il in IOdkIhihI llll
ih'i iliivi'lion (tf ilu. "KamoiiH I'liiyci" Ciiinpiiuy.
VAN & DAVIS
A very clover Hinging and ilnnciiifj; net.
CONSTRUCTION OP AN AEROPLANE
BRICK AND POTTERY MAKING
WOOLWORTH and WOOLWORTH
Now iniiKic nnd olTccls
ADMISSION 10 CENTS