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U0DM)!U) MAIL TKIMUNR iM I'M) FOUL). OWKdON. KKIDAV. AIMML 17, 1!U I.
"HOLY FAMILY" IS A MURILLO
AND OWNER DID NOT KNOW IT
! 10 NAME
Tho Commercial club has received
ttio following tolegram from Senator
WciHhlnqton, 1). C, April It'..
Had furthor conference with agrl
cultural department offlc;n?s. Gov
ernment wcnlher bureau has no pow
er to provide pathologist In placo of
Professor O'Gnra but will continue
weather station servlco under ono of
their agents. If local authorities em
ploy a pathologist as heretofore, we
can probably secure his appointment
net weather bureau agent, Jimt a
O'Onra served In both capnclttcs,
GUO B. CHAMUERLAIN.
Trot. O'Gnra send tho following
from A ssistant 'Secretary Galloway
Mr. P. J. (yearn.
Amerlcnn Snteltlng & Kenning Co.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dear Mr. O'Gara:
I beg to acknowledge receipt of
your letter or March 22. 1914. In
rofcrenco to the supposed dismant
ling of the weather bureau station at
In reply. 1 beg to ndrlso you that,
whllo action has been taken to change
tho Instrumental equipment of this
Motion, the value of tho scrvico
rendered to Medford and vicinity
will In no way bo detrimentally af
fected. Every effort Is being made
by tho weather bureau to maintain
tho valuable frost warning servlco In
this portion without Interruption and.
pending tho selection of some per
fectly competent local representative
of tho bureau, ono of Its trained offi
cials wilt manage tho station until
tho frost season Is pawed. Our ex
perience Indicates that tho equip
ment as changed is adequate to en
ablo us to render sufficient frost
warning servlco and wo feel that the
local Interests will In no way suffer
as a result of the changes made.
Very truly yours.
B. T. GALLOWAY.
Assistant Secrctnry. '
ILLNESS NO BAR TO
STAATSnUUG, X. V., April 17.
The condition of Vincent Astor. who
has been 111 hero sinca Monday, was
bo greatly Improved today, that It
may not be necessary to postpono his
marriage to Miss Helen Dlnsmore
Huntington, set for April 30. Mr.
and Mrs. Kobert P. Huntington, at
whoso homo here Astor has seen con
fined to his bed, announced that It
would bo decided net Monday wheth
or tho wedding plans could be cat
riod out as originally scheduled.
"MOLT FAMILY" V MURILLO
Mr. Uugen Uorosj, banker and art collector, whoo home Is In Iirvhuiont,
,S Y., Is rejoicing in the posoIoii of a "Holy I'av 'y," by Mtirl.lu, vtu. h he
lid not know he owned until after l)r, August I .Ln-r, .in authority .m Spri
in art. came to New York recently. Mr. Hun u quired the p-tluuns u ye.u
igo. In Vienna, as a work of tin unidentified artist of the SiunUli whiMi, paylntt
Tor It n price that Is only a imall fnwtluu of IU value a an uuihcuitcutcd rt
iy the great Spanish inuMcr.
l)r Mayer. uhuiJiiic tn America eeclally to set the painting by Spanl-d
irtlsts In Ami-rlian lol.cuiom. miw Mr Hoikm' picture and uuhealtatlugl.
yroiiouuccd It a Murlll"
i'uc i-'ilutit't: ! ! feet ami me n h h.gli .'ml five feet vul one Ux li w li
It show Jos.jU hu.d.ag the Child toward M.ir. 1'iits o!uili.; fe iii'-st beau
LACERATED BY LION
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 17.
Suffering from sovcro lacerations of
the shoulder and side and threatened
with bloodpolsonlng as tho result of
an attack by a lion during a per
formance boforo n camera, Warner
KIrby, a motion picture actor, Is in
a serious condition today.
Tho lion attacked KIrby without
warning whllo half a hundred "mov
ie" peoplo wero going through the
scone. Attendants armed with Iron
pikes drovo the beast away from his
CHOATE, TAFT FAVOR
CANAL TOLLS REPEAL
WASHINGTON, April 17 Joseph
H. Choato, American ambassador to
Great Ilrltuin during tho negotiation
of tho Hay-Pauncofoto treaty bolloves
tho correal) ndeiUQ with tho iirltlsh
government at tho tlmo precludes thu
idea that the American coastwise
shipping can bo exempted from tho
Panama canal tolls.
Former President Taft, who signed
tho Panama canal net containing tho
oxomptlon clause thought that In do
ing so ho was granting n subsidy to
Amorlcnu coastwise shipping and be
Uovoh that unless congrcsa reverses
Itself the United States must submit
tho question to arbitration.
Theso points wero brought out to.
day ut tho souato canals commltteo
Senator Simmons Introduced a
trmiscrlpt of tho address delivered by
Tuft before tho Canadian club ut
Ottawa last January. Choato's vluvvu
wore submitted in a luttor to Henry
Willie, i-rlHry of llio American cm
bat)' Ht London wlillo Cliuutu was
IIAVRK DK ORACK, .M.I.. April 17.
Kntrip-. for tomerrow:
Fin-t race, .1-yeur-idd- iiinl up,
selling, five furlens: Ktictn? Hell
1(V Kl-io Green 01. Trifler 101). Carl
Hnrebell !S. Uuy Lislilnhifr 110.
Hildas llMtliern 10.1, Striker 10J1,
Hoonirnn 10:1, Monerinf 10l, Amori
eus 1011, Aunt Tilly 30.". Senrlet Let
ter 01, Cri-eo 101, Cheiiault 10(,
Coniemeker 100, Smnn H. 101, Fnn-
chefte 9!), Fliithu-li 07, Kxeeulor 107,
Xi.pa Xiek 111. Ko.vnl Meteor 11'-',
Monlo Fov 107, SvkeMe 111.
Second race, maiilcn. U-yonr-old'..
poiidition-, four furious Fair
Helen 10.'). .Stubborn lO.'x Helen Al
len 10.",, Ma Claire 10., I.edu 10.'.
Hore KitiK 108, Fwrci'k 10S, Trial
by Jury 10S, Ilauljerik 10S, Jeffer
Third race, 3-yonr? and up. '.rfliiip'.
-ix furlong Cnpiwrtnwn Hll(, Ilex
100, Joe Finn 10J, Aftertjlow 107.
Zodiac 107, Supremo 94), Parlor Hoy
115, Colonel MeDou!! 101, Gordon
03, Callop 00, Kayilpro-o. 110. Nim-bu-i
108, Dr. Doiiithcrty 111, Cliilla
100, Ilovnl Mfteor l-:l, Itellim: Stone
J. I). Sear of Bedford, Ind., Iin
moved Idifr mid Iihk"'-'1-" " Meford
Ho uNo liriiifr nlong IiU noil wife
mill two inlorefetintr boyfi. Mr, Sear
is from the old homo of Austin, Kolf
and Clint M'cCurdy; nUo the home of
Dr. W. II. Hickman, who litix it line
peiir orelmrd near Central I'oint. All
of S. )(. GrnliiiinV pnoplo live in the
old homo win nee they eame Mr.
Setirii hoard ulowiug nccoiints of
Medford, the Ifogue Hiver valley and
hor proyroive 'oile. Others will
no doubt follow.
The placo jnireliBKed i it forty-
acre young orelmrd owned jointly ly
A. K. Ieuuie, John Oith and H. II.
Ilanley, (limited to 2 mid t-yeur-old
enr, in the Ilig Sticky region. The
price paid is ."lilft.
LITTLE CHANGE IN'
1'ORTI.AXI). Or.. April 17. To-
Wheat -Club. S2e; lilue-lcm. !ISe
Oal- -So. 1. white feed, rJ2-"0(i
jfJ.I: gray, 2..i).
llnrley llrowing, .?,:i; feed, "Wl.."ill
Hog no.-t live, .JS.S.'i.
Cuttle Prime -tcers, 8S.l
fnney eow-. .J7; best ealvtt., $0.
Sheep Spring lamb-. ; enrliiig
Mutter City erenmory, '2'ui.
Ksg- Selected, candled, local ox
Poultry Hen-., 10c: broilers .'I'm-;
geene, i:ic; turkeys 'JOc.
Wool Xomiimf; 11)11 clip; Will
niuettc alliv, 1(C" liUo.
Knxtern Oicgon hojis tlioice ni
zhid'likelydHJohn.'rO l,x ). bzz
JAIL OR TESTIFY. WARNING
TO NEW HAVEN COHORTS
vt..iij.uiu.N, April 17 It wai
authoritatively understood that In
dlctmontH wero voted today ty tho
foderal grand Jury against four wit
nesses who rofused to tentlfy beforo
tho IntorHtate commerce commlxslon
Inst Friday concerning the DlllarJ
company s relations with the Now
Haven railroad system.
Tho Indlctmonts probably will not
be returnod for sovoral dan pending
tho final word from tho recalcitrant
witnesses u to whether they deslr"
to change their attltuce.
Tho inon whoso names aro boforo
tho grand Jury aro Harry Whipple,
prosldont of tho Merchants National
bank of New Haven; Samuel Heuion
way. prosldont of tho Second National
bank of Now Havon; and Edwin Field
and Samuel Morhouso, all of New
All aro supposed to havo official
connection with tho lllllurd company
through which It liaa boon alleged
that u million dollars worth of New
Havon securities had been Illegally
Henry Stoddard, counsel for Wlilp-
plo and Field today notified JJnEoph
II, Folk, chief counsel of tho Inter
state commerco commission, his
elloutH would fortify under protest
rather thun undergo tho stigma or In
diriment und criminal prosecution.
$60,000 Salem Fejcral Building
WASIHXOTON, April 17.-Sin-lor
(limiilicrlinii will introduce n hill
iirovidmg lor mi nppropnntioii of
'l. (1,011(1 lor chumps mid udditions to
tin' Suluii fi'ilcrnl huddintr.
DUEMEC'.ON. Vvh. April 17
Cuucelllng the order tor tho armored
cruiser Plttahurg to leave fo' tho
south, (he unvy dupnrtmeiit today '
mibstltutod tho Smith Dakota with"
Cnptalu W W. Uiimur. o; .uu Pitts I
DUpursal suto of milch cow
Hlxttttii of Hie very hmi frenh 'own
lo bo nold ut I p in. HuiiH'iu April
H, ut WuIhIi'm laiK-h, mile "ut '
Jtookouit Ao 'i'i
BY I A. BALLINGER
SKVTTI.H. Wnh.. nrll IT.-
,ludgo Hlelinrd A, llnlllnger, former
crcretnr of the Interior In President
Taft cabinet will Htitmort President
linen contention for tho repeal of
five canal tolls In a debate with
T Dovell before tho Menu club of
tl.o Pl mouth Cougregntlonal church
hero not Tuesday ulRht .litdgo
llalllnger at a rwent Alaska celebra-
I i. on miiue urxi iiuuouuremeui iiwu no
t il orted President Wilson V canal
tolls policy. Added intercut to the
debate lu given because of the fact
that l)oell Is one of the most promt
uent ''old line" republicans of the
state. He conducted the ne uf the
so-tailed "regular republicans" In the
loutcrt with the progressives before
the uatlounl republican committee at
Ihlcngo Just prior to the Chicago pre.
GOETHALS TO TESTIFY
ON TOLLS REPEAL
WASHINGTON. April 17. A re
quest to testify Ix-fore tho senate
canal tolls commltteo wns t-ent today
to Colonel George W. Coethals, gov
ernor of the Panama canal xone. by
Senator Simmons of North Carolina.
It was not believed Colonel Oocthiils
could reach Washington before
April -I. the dnlo set for tho closing
of the hearings. He Is expected to
favor the repent of the exemption
dance of thu canal tolls act. If Goe
thnls reaches hero too late to tcstlfj
at the hearings, his testimony prob
ably will lie given from the floor of
HEAD DEFUNCT BANK
DIES MENTAL WRECK
CHICAGO. April 17 Dr. William
T. KIrby, luad of the defunct Klrhv
Savings bank, tiled at a hospital to
day n mental wreck. When thu bank
closed Novcmbor 3. 1912, KIrby
could not bo found by his depositors.
It was declared there were $.10,000
In debits but none of tho money
could bo found. Attorneys for KIrby
nnd receiver finished their arguments
before Federal Judge Landls only n
few weeks ago, thu court tnktng the
ense under ndvUemont. If he ruled
against KIrby and his wife, he Inti
mated they would either go to Jail or
produce thu $30,000.
Iloiuc-iiiude llicid noil Coke Sale.
Don't bake on Saturdny, April IS.
liny homo-mado bread and caue, etc.,
at tho bread and cake sale gtven b
tho ladles' Aid society at tho Luther
an church, In St Murk's llldg. 23
WHY ARE YOU SO TIRED?
The Weather Is Not to Illume for
Tlwit "Drugged Out" IWIIng
"This weather simply taken tho
life right cut or me. I can narrtly drag
ono foot after tho other," said a run
down, tired-out woman, tho other
A case has Just como to our at
tention from Mllford. Mich. "Mrs.
Julia Harbor sas; "I waa run
down and hardly ablo to drag about;
my appotlte was poor and I was not
able to work. My druggist asked me
to try Vluol. The first bottlo helped
mo and after taking tho second bottlo
I was able to work and felt woll and
strong. Vlnol Is tho best medicine I
have ovor taken."
Try a bottlo of Vlnol with tho un
derstanding that your money will be
returned If It does not help you,
Medford Pharmacy, Medford, Oro.
P, S. Our Saxe Salvo stops itch
lug and begins liiullng at onco.
DARK, THICK, GLOSSY
Look years younger! Try Grandma's
recipe of Sage and Sulphur
and nobody will know.
AlinMt everyone knows that Bxgo To
and Sulphur, properly compounded,
bringA Uuk tlio natural color oik! lustre
to tlm hair when faded, streaked or grayj
alno ends ilaiiilnif, itching scalp and
stops fulling 1ml r, Year ago the only
way to get this mixture waa to mulu it
at home, which Is imuwy and troublo
soma Nowadays wo simply ok at any drug
stiire for "Wyeth's Sago and Hulnhur
Hair Itiiniody.'' You will yut a largo
IMtlo for uUiut go wnU. Hvcryhody
u Uil i old, fumous recipe, Ixjcauwj no
one can iuil,ly U that you iLirkenl
your hslr, a it d It so naturally and
uvtnly. You dunin a sj"iiKe or "(t
lrujili with It and draw this through
your hair, Uklng one small strand at a
tlml by moriiliiK tU gray hslr dlM.
Kuiri, uixi uiwr amuier sppuiwiiisi or
two, your hair Uuiwm Iwuiitlfully dark,
nrw tad n
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BEARING PEAR ORCHARD
TWHXTV ritlN M:lt MClll'Oltll
llleh. deep fiee soil Hiiuso, largo hunt and outbulldlugs. Only
three miles fituii town. Ilest eom.nenlnl nrl'tles Tiees mo In
flue condition und tree from blight Good drnluano nnd sub-lirl-gated
Itcuntlfiil view Inioiuc pioponltlhil
Hargnlu price, only Jinn per ntio 'IVinu nut half cash.
E. S. TUMY
Uin Gttinell.t'iiiey lltdg,
lOspoiij,'!' Clolli, :i."ip vnlup, ut, yni'tl . .. 2.'
11:1111 ami Kinicy (Ntllon d'epp, LTip vnluo, ynnl IHf
Until Furthor Notice
CIpjui Whilp IIpiiiis. li.") lls $1.00
Home "M:ilt Lnnl, ."i-lb. pail ... (5
Home MikIp l.nr.l. 10 III. pail $1,125
Hutchison & Lumsden
Onlv (JtMit'i'al Mt'i'ih, Mlisp Sloiv in ('it v.
Nn. SO -Want Medford properl for got l fnru In Texas.
No. S? Want Medford property for I mo mo Seattln property.
No. HSWant Medford procert for timber laud In ArknimaH,
No. Hli Want Medford property for stock farm In Klnmath county.
No. 47 Wnitt Medford property for ranch In Haker county.
No. 8'J Wnnt Medford property for dairy farm in Weitorn Oregon.
Nn. C2 llotisn and furniture for sale, will 'throw lu" thu lot.
No. )! Ilurn for sale for good lumber.
No. G4 Six room house and two beautiful lots, choice location, US0.
No. CS One acre Just outside of city and I room house, 1650.
No. C8 Holme and tot on good street, lots of fruit, $IU0,
No. 81 Wheat farm lu Northern Oregon, fill per acre.
No. T 100 acre fine alfnlfa and stork fnrui clomi In, splendid build
Ings, beautiful location. $200 per aero. A snap.
Some splendid bargains In city nnd country property.
Houses for rent, garden tracts for rent or wile.
Personal property listed and told or traded nn smnll rnmuilsuliiu.
1 hno a customer for a good heavj work team and a fnmlly surrey horse.
Tin: Koi,t.ovi.N(. ion k.i,i:
A good wagon, cart, hack, buggy, plow, pump, windmill, piano, family
pony, cows, team of good mules, fnmlly horse, trap and harnesn, (the latter
thrco miiBl nil go together, a bargain), 100 pound flask of quicksilver,
Wobstcrs International Dictionary, Commercial course scholarship and
many other utwful article for sale or trade; what have youT l.inploy
ment office In connection,
M. A. RADER
III .V. ritONTST.
JttS'i Lin f flMMo T V
it & ft
Is n compendium o( tho
fineid recipes for
Baking and Cooking
m this Climate
Climatic conditions aro very important in cookinp nnd
baking; what applies to tho hil altitude of the haft is
not udaptablo to the sea level of this ncclion. That is
why aucceuaful Eailcrn formulae are often failures here.
The FaMes Cook Book, juft issued by tho Fisher Flouring
Mills Company, nuinufaclurcrs of
Fisher's Blend Flour
the pmfecl All-Purpoie Hour, mode of cholrcit I'.aflcrn hard whest
nnd chclccit Wecio toll whnt,wn prtpiired with tlili loci in mind.
Mrs, liAbetU Sweay, ncoiinlttd aullmrlly on the art of cookery,
vrtfuxnd and iesttd Sixty one of Its 156 rrcl,fts, For tuccoiilul bk.
inif lu tlili tllmiiln thu I'nulre Cook Hook Inn no riiuiil. Wo will mall
you the book II you fill out mid send ut coupon below, together with
leu C'miU (cmli or .lumpM
IISHI'.H N.OUHINO MILLS CO.
ai7 wi.ik Huax,,K,si;Arii.i;wAf;ii,
ll.i.wllllf.lU.Uul tu.l.uiili.n'lCw,ll lurwl.Ulnn.il H4 f'lllrt CuiiL lluol,