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MEDFORD -MATC TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, .QKKaON, MONDAY, APK1L 27, 10M,
ME1WOKD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INOKPIINnnNT NnWKl'AI'KR
PUIItiTHIIKD uvnitY A1THHNOON
EXC'i:iT HUNOAT II V THIS
MKi)i."oiu rntNTtNa co.
Tlio etnrcrnlle Tlmrs, Tho McilfcrO
Hull, The McUnrd Trlbunf. Tim BouUi
cm OrcRonlnn, Tlio Aslilnml Tribune.
Offlcn Mult Trlliuns JIiiIIOItib;, 2l-27-:8
North Kir street; telephone 7s.
OfflelM I'apcr or tlio City of Msdford.
Official rr of Jaelison County.
rtnterivl flu sfcomt-clnss mntter at
Mm! font, Oregon, under tho net of
.Murch I. ISIS.
Ona ypnr. by mnll .,-... .....-.. I5.C0
Ono month, by timll . ..... .M
lcr monllt, dctlirrnl by carrier In
MccUonl, Jnckponvllle nnd Con
trol I'olnt .... .50
Hoturilny onlr. by mull, por yrar . ! CO
vVcnkly. por yonr .- ISO
The litiKtii' Klt-or Co-oper:ittie Fruit Growers association held Its fltt
ntiiiual iiu'olltiit Snturdu) ami elected tlio followlUR directers:
J A. Perry t). W. Stouo. V. II. Drown. Tom Williamson, Win. Undue. C.
A. Knight, J. F. Wortmnn. S. A. tfyo. F. S. Carpenter.
Tho directors elected tlio follovvlnp efficer:
.1. A. Perry, president nnd ninnntter; O. V. Stone, vice-president; S. A
Xyo. socretnry: ". II. Jnckson, treasurer.
Tho association shipped 1 1 1 cars of apples and penrs.
nn tho year's, business was $7610.
tlnlnurc Sheet, l-'liuiiirlnl Slntoiiiont, February, I
Prcp.ir.ctl by M. P. Schmltt, Accountant.
Cash. Medford National Hank
Stock (Mcdfordl .........$'.',n0!t.2l
What Orchardists of the Northwest
Received for Their Fruit Crop
The net profit
With .Mcdford Stop-Oier
OF SCHOLARS AI SI.
Stocl- (Central Point)
Furniture and fixture
Warehouse, real estate, Mcdford........
Warehouse, Central Point
Accounts payablo ........" $ -I fit. 20
Hills (note) payable, Medford National Hank 3,750.00
Hills (mortgage) payable Hart estate .. ....... .1,760.00
Association memberships paid 420.00
Net lielurn AxeriiKi'
N'o.,lliie. to Shipper, l'crHo..
. riu,sso $7ir.,7iu,ti:i .tuia
. ..-... utr:tn;uv iin.n:.i uu
. ... . .sr;t3ii :u,:i;t:i. i .a;,
fto,j5, u.s.a ir.in .:u
711 011.(10 S
. ao s.iu .ii
.. sot uir.ys m
s!l 1 (1.02 UK
POKTIiANI), Aptil "J I. AI tho cloe of Inninc-i mi Apiil l."i. 101 1, tlio
Xorlhiiclerii rruit KM-hnngc lunl paid lor U'JJI curs n I'olloup for Hie
"onnon of 1 OKI II:
Apples .. . .
Plums .. . .
Which nuiKe.s a net iivm-nyc to the hliippors of $81-MU1 per ear on the nlioie
Aeeoiiut miIc-j and pioeeoiU of tlue hh'pmi'iits weie nwiloil on nn aver
ne of thirty. (ic ilny 1'rvm ilulc of Hhipmout In ilnte of (innl pnuu'iil.
(ThU iueludos e.poit. uhieh take from i ievkx to Imo imuilUti, and all
In addition. , huxe eolleeled in elniuw sme AutiHt 1, llll.t, a net
amount to the xhippcrs of fS.U H.,"ll.
The remaining 1!4 eats hlppcd me divided m follewn: Wxpoitud, i;
cold Moi'iirc, 7: in pun-ens of elennuiee, 10.
At the siune time a year it-iu U7.'i car, had lioim leuiitted fur, uinoinit
in; to f li!i,'Jl.l,u. net to the hhippers, or IOi.M per ear. I he nentj:e
time of collections wi- .l days fvotti date of sliipmeiit to date of final
Purine the past week Mother il.
Flavin, provincial Micrior of the
Sisters of the Holy Xatnes in the
pmvinco of Orepm nnd Wihinpton,
nnil Sister Jf. Cluudia, provincial
direetrcsi. of studies, were guests nt
Jst. Arnry'rt nendemy.
At the reception jjiven the visitors.
Mother M. Flnvin conjjrntulatcd the
students, nnd tlirouuh tlivm their
jinrents, for seconding the faculty's
winicst efforts in bcctirinj; modesty
nnd nn))licity of dress. She re
minded the students that the ultrn
fnshtonnhlo woman cannot he the
ideal, true woman, since her activi
ties ore not directed toward the
spiritual or the intellectual, nnd
therefore she does not seek the
higher life. The mother provincial
spoke of the ready acceptance of the
simple reception mid uniform daily
dress hy nil the schools over which
blm has jurisdiction.
The elapses of the nendemy were
visited nnd examined. The crcdit
nble work done hy the teachers and
pupils in both class work nnd nui-ic
was highly commended. The one
thing to be condoned is the fact that
too few nvnil them-elves of the op
jMirtuuit.v offered for n refined nnd
useful education ns given in this in
stitution. An iiitere-ting eorre-pon-ileueo
has hcen cMablMicd between
the advanced grammar grade stu
dents nt St. Mary's and the like
grade of students of the five Holy
XnmeK schools in Seattle.
The young people of the ncademy
hid fmr to become nrdent adver
tisers of tlio beautiful Rogue River
valley. The elnsj.es in the high
mcIiooI were congratulated hv the vis
lting officials on the earnest efforts
being made in onil Knglish, eomiMisi
lion. Through assigned and im
proinptu development of topics good
icmiHs are being ntlmned.
Realizing that Mcdford is rapidly
ndvaueing along musical mid art
lines, n Mslcr iiiftructnr of excep
tional ability has been added to the
faculty. If sufficiently large class
of students eould he organized to
iiifctify the jmrchase of u harp. les
sons may he given on that instru
ment. Conventional Ceramic Iusmuis lire
ulso taught at the Academy hy nn ex
Preparations nro nov on foot to
repair the defecis in the roof of the
Academy building. Competent me
chanics have been secured for the
.(modeling if the roof and the con
struction of sleeping porches for the
nsidcut students. Though the acad
cni liai, fared badly nt the hands of
its builders, it is hoped that the
jut sent contemplated outlay
make it impervious to rain.
Surplus (net profits) assets over liabilities $7,510.31
Following arc the f. o. b. Mcdford prices obtained for fruit by the Koruo
Illvcr Co-operative Fruit Growers' association for the 1913 crep:
No. Doxes Total of Sales Av. Per Hox of Croo
'Extra fancy 17,618 $29,702.10 $1.6$3 05
Fancy C.505 10,256.08 1.573 21
"C" Crado 3,061 2,970.93 .97 11
Extra fancy . 3,962 J 5,923.02 $1,195 36
Fancy . . 6.0S2 7,905.55 1.30 55
"C" Grade 1.042 9S1.16 .91 9
Extra fancy ...... 1,190 $ 1.G6C.0O $l.tO
Fancy 1.006 1.307.V0 . 1.30
1,276 $ 1.572.05 $1,232
2,475 $ 2.S30.75 1.13
506 $ 764.30 $l.f,l
No. 1 11,406 $17,532.11 $1,537 93
N' t C l" A "1 "
O . opit Ii 1.i I I
5 Tier . 1,031 $ 1,971.70 $1.91
C Tier . . 973 1.167.95 1.20
Half Doxes r 1.427 $ 1.S26.50 $1.2
Full Uoxea - 47S S15.64 1.71
Half Doxes 3V103 $ 3.261. 5 $l.A5
Full noxes 1,153 2.1t5.4t 1.S6
. t AiiJoiih
Half Hoxes 227 $ '2S9.S0 $1.2S
Full Boxes 757 1.713.09 . 2.26
How ells t
No. 1 919 $ 1.S38.00 $2.00
No. 2 2S0 350.21 1.25
Ono car of Ncwtowns net yet sold and not Included in above.
Tbo association charces for handling was 10 cents a box for full boxej
and 5 cents n box for half boxes, with that exception, the above prices are
net f o. b prices.
Auto Competition Puts Yreka
Railroad Out of Business
GSMIT COLORADO OFFICIALS
m -- . - -- Mil T 9 iwmm !'
FOR WEEK SIEADY
PORTLAXI), April J7. Receipts
for the week have been: Cnttle,
1730; calves, 80; hogs, .'J210; sheep,
Cattle Receipts fairly heavy this
week; market steady. Hulk light
steers sold .f7.7."i to $8, with n few
grain-fed and baby beef varieties, 8
to .8.'J."j. Heuvv bullocks, .7.."0 to
j?7.7j. Strong deniuud for dehorned
hoifcr and. cows.
Hog market heuvv to a shade
weaker during the first half of the
week, hut partially recovered to
ward the close. Hulk of host light
hogs sold from rS.'d) to $S.(l.", with
a few loads nt .?8.70; a good supply
of stock hogs at country Mins, but
feed is scarce nnd growers are not
getting their holdings ready tor mar
ket as easy lis iimihI.
Sheep house receipts light. I.ainhs
sold mi to ijO.To. Host wool wetli
cr, $5.75 and .0 featured, but few
ewe sales were made. .Multon feel
ing was jut steady with little
i hi.nge, and absence of select ipiuiity
I .r...i .. ,..i: r...... r
SAX DIl'.GO, (nl., April '27. -Hoys
of 12 years and hs are being
cipuppcd with ride nt I'lisenada,
capital of the unithc.ru district of
Lower California, to fight with full
grown .Mexican men ngniiist the
"g.ingoes." This i the message
hroughl hy Coimtil Clnuile K. (Juyiinl,
wlio has been ordered out of Kuscu
lula by Keeretur.v of Stnte Jlryan,
reaching San Diego on the I'luteil
Slates monitor Cheyenne.
"It is the Intention to abandon
I'iuseiinda nnd to march north to Ihe
lionler to join in the defense of Ti
juana and Tecate," aid (iiiyanl.
"The aillllery, l.ld men mid scleral
Machine giiim, lei I Knsciiada Salur
lay pigln for Tijuana. The infaii
ll'V, ivllicll llils lieim llrllliled Up In
Jihiii men, iviii foilim,
pi cm n (cd a iuti.sfnctory gunge
SAN ANTONIO, Tex, April 27.
General lilies received orders today
to traiiHfor 5000 Mexican federal sold
iers hitherto hold ut Fort HIIvb to
Port WliiKuto. N. M.
Tho prhiouurn nero driven ucroHu
the border b) tho rebels following'
tho latter' victories at Juarez.
OJIuugn uud In other leaner eugat;o
laeuts. An uttmupt was tiiuilu luteU
to iMicnio their reluaxo tliroiigh lb
federal courts. It fulled and gov
eminent oMnlal feured jdonlnil
force mlitlit bo reported to.
Tun troops of the Tvwdfili Cavalry
Hill niiile Hie t runnier,
DENOUNCED AS FALSE
DENVER, Colo,, April 27. That
20 men who started yesterday In au
tomobiles from Pueblo to Inspect
radium deposits wore attacked near
Florence by strikers entrenched In
tho hills and 500 shots exchanged,
was reported hero today. Three au
tomoblllsts wero slightly Injured.
Ilvo thousand persons attonued s
mass meeting on tho btato hoiiho lawn
hero yesterday and adopted resolu
tions denouncing tho Ludlow mass
acre. They branded Governor Am
inons and Lieutenant Governor Fitz
gerald as "traitors to tho people and
accessories to tho murder of babies."
They also demanded that tho Icgls
laturo Impeach both officials named
or tho neonlo would recall both "as
false to their oatliB and to God,"
Another Instance of the auto truck
driving out tho railroad Is reported
by the Siskiyou Nous of YreUn as
It Is reported that the Yreka rail
road Mill take off all Its passenger
trains on May 1 and run only ono
freight train a day which also will
carry the express and mall. Our
morning mall delhery, which no
have been enjoying for solera)
months, will bo discontinued, and
wo V'lll get but ono mall a day by the
railroad. In tho afternoon. Tho com
pany cannot afford to run Its passen
ger trains nt a loss.
The people of Yreka have no one
'to blnmo but thcmselies for this un
fortunate condition. They have
childishly refused to patronize tho
solid Institution which has made
every Improvement our citizens have
asked In the last few )cars and glien
uh tho best mall sen Ice we have
ever had In tho history of the town.
They have cast aside their best In
tercuts for an automobile rhie.
It Is not only to the Interest of
tho business men to patronize tho
Yreka railroad, which more than
an) thing else contributes to tho ma
terial welfare of Yreka, but It Is to
tho Interest of every laboring man
who makes his tiling hero.
Wo do not believe In the prluclplo
of the boycott, but no belleie people
who have brnlu enough to think
should discriminate enough to pro
tect their own Interests. A strang
er conies In hero who caret nothing
for the touti or our people, who will
pull tip and Icaio ns soon ns tho
snow tiles m:.i! n, mid take away tho
money thnt should have gone to a
permanent Yreka Institution which
serves us the year round, gives us
our morning paper and letters at an
early hour, makes expensive Im
provements here, nnd spends Its In
come among us.
Objects toA;S watting the? Fly Campaign
To the Kditer:
Sir: As :i mother, I haie become
greatly interested m the "svwit the
Hy" campaign. From n mother's
viewpoint I think it is curried jut n
Sir: As n mother, hme become
with cash prizes to catch and collect
the disi;:ise-lnden inrtniuts unit keep
them till a specified time, ulieu Ihe
decaying eurcHes nro shaken out
mid disease genu- are cast about.
Of what real value will the highest
cash prize lie, -hould the child be
come inoculated with that dreaded
disense, tuberculosis, or typhoid fe
ver, and a great ninny other dis
eases hy coming in direct contact
with them? Such things ns this
should be left to older people, who
have better judgment than au inno
cent child who is nimply uorkiug un
der il bribe, regnrdlos of colise-
ipicuces. iinresny the parties iwio
count tin -o decaying- carcasse will
handle them with gloves.
I mil sure thnt every clean, law
abiding citizen realizes the danger
about them mid will put their shoul
der to the wheel uud help exterminate
the pent without calling on the help
less child to help them.
The Pi oof N Hero the Shiiio as El cry
where For those who seek relief from kid
ney Imcknclin, weak kidneys, bladder
ills, Dean's Kidney Pills offer hope
of lellof uud Ihe pioof Is heio In
Medford, tho siune as everywhere
.Mcdford people have used noun's and
Mcdford people recommend Dunn's,
the kidney reined used In America
for fifty onr. Why suffer? Wh.i
run the risk of duuKorous klduei Ills
-fatal llrlght's disease. Here's .Med
ford piOllf lltlCHtlglltO It,
F. W limy. 507 Palm tft , .Med
ford, Ore. sns: "My kldue)s be
gan to bother mo anil caused seven)
imln. I think the tumble was made
worse by ihe tialu of being on my
feet so much .Sometimes during
the day's wink, no back pained me
dieadfttlb and t nl:hl I could hnr.l
ly stand. After I ipilt work, I
couldn't tost. I happened to hear
of Dean's Kidney Pills and be pan
aslng them. They were Just what
1 needed and cured me la a short
Prtio 50c, at all deabus Don't
slmpb ask for a kidney reined) get
Dean's Kidney 1111- -the same that
Mr Gray had. Poslor-Mllburu Co.
Props.. Iluffalo, N V,
MRS. H. L. LEAOH
:J2(i North Jtortlott.
Phone f(:i M.
MEDFORD FLUFF RUG CO
Hug anil Carpt't Cleaning
oil EAST Al.UN STKUKT
llrlug tho baby (o tho studio In
tho morning He feels better mid
brighter then nnd wo have the morn
time to perpetuate those cunning lit
tle dimples of his.
Dainty .Styles I'mtii
)l..0 a Doen, up,
tmi: mvii sTi'mon
On the Ground Floor n
Ui.N.! West .Mrtln Strcvt .Mislfonl
Some Fallen Idols
FOR TUESDAY EVENING
The Ashland C'ommcrcitil Club has
notified tho local club that Prof.
Viuiug, one of the most eloquent
orntorc, in Southern Oregon, will rep
resent thnt city on the program at
the Tri-County hanijuet being nrrnng
ed for next Tuesiluy evening. Presi
dent McCoy, Hurt Greer and Judge
Watson will be their lopresenlnltves
on the joint committee which will
meet on Tuesday afternoon to con
sider ways mul means to advance the
purposes of the affair,
Klumnth Falls is sending a special
car of boosters, who have sent word
that they want to inuke this meeting
pioliinitn.rv to another to be held ut
fritter Luke this summer.
OruiiU Pass wants (he claims of
Ihe Oregon causes to iceeive due nt
teuton in 1 uill i ml n lib. dclcL'ii-
I . " n
Sacramento April 18 1(11 1
To Mmiiger of Midford Mail Tribune
Dear Madam '
1 thout I would ho in Medfoid ill
aiiril htiisinis prevents me coming. I
see Governor WW hns So forgot
himsalf us to thimk he is iufulible.
Tady Rosvelt and Oovcruor llirnm
dohnsou hns Mad The Mime mistake.
Oovcruor Johnson put Abill through
the California legsluturc Ihe last term
to give him siilf power to Apoint
lOO.Ofll) dolars of sulried ofiecrs that
should hnve been electicd hy the peo
11 thensalis. He wos n grate ndvo
cale of The leferenduin and recall lie
forgot him sulf or wonted to he dic
tator. Governor West w-onts
-ower to fire all public ofieeis if thny
do not suit him, 1 mos ory to hero of
hut no mam can stand onley ubout
so much prase, it more is extended
they wil loo, Tliiir heads.
I wil scud check one ilolnr and
fifty cents to pay for Subscription to
(J. II. JOIIXSOX
Notice Is hereby given thnt tho
undersigned will apply at tho regu
lar meeting of the city council, May
5th, 1911, for a license to soil malt,
spirituous mid vJuouh liquors at 32
North Front street, for a porlod of
M AND K. J. ADAMS.
Dated April 17th. 1911.
S8 H. JIAIITLETT
Phones M. 47 an 47-JI
AinhuUnc Henrico Deputy CorOBi
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W?v 1MK UltUUNI IIUANJU, A
j m a . ju. m.m.um iii i.j
IsTif C-d i i.i-t..uiJi.i.JIi,..Jf
ly2Pk j'uuu if.a i uu (..umAV
ri i '.. mi uii Mi iu.u.
Tn VJ 7nl ltr. Uur t.f J ayf
I flr 't"4t''i H"' iri-t Hwrrn
I'- ii iu riowii liiu nw i'lLi. biA
S n .i,kiwu,tU.i,t'.i.-,r'nii
BUY PURE ICE
"WKlNJ.rAltD'S DiHlillcd Water leo is
ENDORSED BY ALL PHYSICIANS
For Quick Deliveries, I 'hone Til
H. Weinhard's Ice Depot
now to arrange for
Codling .Moth Sprav. We
start this week. First in
first sprayed. Phono
Decently remodeled and enlarged,
added new caiuornn mid nppitrntus
and Is now strictly up-to-date In
Coitiiucrlrnl Work of nil Kinds
Including copying mid enlarging of
pictures, local documents, etc. lira
nitito oiilnrglui;, any slse, mid kodak
finishing of every kind,
Professional mid atimtiior photo
L, M. Hnriuoii Assurlntrsl With Mo.
Hhop over Isis Theater, Phono 147-J
Dry Cleaning Department
For Steam and Dry Clennlnjr nil
All Kinds of P)o Work
Suit 11.25 up r.Oc up
Coat 75 up 36o up
Skirt 60 up 26c up
Overrent 1.00 up 60c lip
Waist to up Itc up
Dress 7R Up 60c up
Gloves, kid 10
Gloves, long 20
Suit II.2C 60c
Coal .60 36c
Vest SS 100
Trousers 50 25o
Overcoat 1.00 60c
Gent's Suit Pressed Weekly, 11,50
At Its Inst meeting unanimously
passed a resolution
. Asking .Med fori I People to Innlst
on (heir grocer slippl)lng them ullh
llutter fulfil tint Medfonl Creamery
for :i) ilitjH at least,
This will assist In building n
worthy Institution mid a payroll In
Don't take a substitute Insist on
Medford mndo llutter.
Every Pound Guaranteed
The land of sunshine and
three drops a year. .If inter
P. B. Fuller
p'onrycni'M in I lie Ifogne
Is one of the most essen
tial articles of every house
wife mid she must have the
bent to do satisfactory baking.
Three of tho best hard
wheat flours on ttio market
and ask that )ou lot us sup
ply your wnnta In tnts lino,
Hvery thing In vegetables
and fruits always at this store.
Second door east First Na
tional Hank. Phone S63,
Quick Relief When
Utterly Worn Out
Getting tho Blood in Order
Is Required By Mot
If ynu llilnk jun liarn gons In smith snil
fit isily fur tliti illaeanl, try H, H. H. for lli
Moul II Hill mirirl yon tn know wlist
run be ilonc Tor 1k-ii 1 1 It ours Mm lilmxt U
rtlrnsi'il n( lint cici-s uf bmly waslr tlt
kTi It fruiii i'icillii lie full inrssiits uf
If y-'H del i.inynl mil, go to sn; ilni
store uml uk for u bit nt K. H. H. ll-r
It u kiiim!)- Uml k. h vvvrk In s twlnk.
Il'itfi II Jiint iinluriilly rutit-N rlulit lulu
jour liiuoii, m-aiicrs ptuid rliflit snd Ml,
up uml iluwu uml uliWiiy.
Von fi'il ln'iicr nt etui', not frnin s slim
ulaill, uol froiu liiu ncllmi of ilrum, l)Ut
froiii Hut rut Inn ut I'ffvrt ut u natural uirill.
Mi" liivri'illi-nls In H. R H, stth llm
mtUe piiiMMii of i, nilmulstliiir lliv ifllulsr
iimui's or iiih iiiiiiy I ii ui i hi' iick nut from
lln Mood Hii-lr omii i-nnillul iiulrliuHit sail
Unit Iflmlr uurk IhuIiUhI mnr. 'llm fullrf
U si-iii-rsl nil nvir Uik-syali-iii
I'u not li'Klici u gtt m l-lllo nf M. H. H
loilsy vvlll uiiiks )oil fill lull it la Jiial
s frw iitliiiiiri, It It prrpsriil only lu llm
Islicitstorx of '1i rlwlft HpHllle Co., Ml
Kwlfl lililit, Atlanta, (Is, Hrml for tlr
frt's boot li'lllus ef Iks loaiiy ians row
iliilvps Hist a 01 Ii t Hie buuiau la will Uf
losaiM ( ImpuiviUUJ Uvvd,
fc.SijuL .- - is iwsi.itiai.. m. .