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MEDFOTID WITT5 TRIBUNE, MEDlFOttff,
OKEfloy. Trasamv. may tsi, 'inti.
Medford mail Tribune
AN INDEI'BNDRNT KEWHI'AlT.n
rUBMBlinU RVKflT A1TKHNOON
EXCKI'T BUNDAT Y TUB
MEUh-OUD l'HINTJNO CO.
The Dmocrnlle Tlm, The MedforJ
Mall, The Mcufonl Trlbun. Th South
ern Orceonlan, The Ashland Tribune.
Office Mall Tribune Ilulldlnir, 3t-2T-M
North Fir sire!: telephone 7&.
Official Paper of the City of Medford.
Official l'epcr of Jackson Countr.
Kntrrrd ercond-cUm mttr at
Mtdford, Oregon, under the act or
March i. 1T.
One y-Ar, by mall .. .ISOO
One month, by mall .... .SO
Per month, ilrllrrl by currier In
Medford, Jackeonxllle and Cn-
tral Point .0
Batunlny only, by mall, per year J.JO
Weekly, per year ... - i0
Full l,caMt Wire Aisorlalcd I'rr-s
Willi Mcdfonl Stop-4)T
FINES! FEED FOR
WASHINGTON'. Mny '2(5. Silage
is the mniii reliance of dairy fanners
in many sections for cow feed, since
it lias been found to be utrtieiilrtrly
well adapted as feed in this connec
tion, is the statement contained in
Farmers' llulleliii .178, United States
Department of Agriculture. While
silage is in excellent feed for dairy
stock, it should ho combined villi
some other leguminous feed, such as
clover, cow pens or nlfalfn, owing to
its insufficient productive finality.
The leguminous material will tend
to correct the deficiencies of the sil
age in dry matter, protein, and min
eral constituents. A ration of silage
nnd, say, nlfalfn hay nloue is satis
factory, however, only for cows which
are dry or giving on'" n small amount
of milk nnd for heifers and hulls.
Cows in full milk require some con
centrated feed in addition to hay and
silage, ns they cannot consume
enough of the-e feeds to keep up n
Inrgc floow of milk and maintain
The amount of silage to feed n cow
will depend upon the. capacity of the
animal to consume feed. She should
ho fed ns much ns she will clean up
without waste when consumed along
with her hay and grain, liaise or
lower the amount until the proper
quantity is ascertained. Generally
speakiuc, a good cow should he fed
just short of the limit of her npje
titc. If she refuses any of her feed
it should be reduced nt once. The
small breeds will eat 25 or 30 pounds
iter day; the large breeds 40 or more
and the medium-sized ones amounts
Iron-clad directions for feeding
cows ennnot bo given. In general,
however, they should bo supplied with
nil the roughage they will clean up
with grain in proportion to buttcrfnt
produced. Qho hay will ordinarily
range between five and 12 pounds per
cow per day when fed In connection
with silage. For Holstcins one pound
of concentrates for each four pounds
of milk produced will prove nbotint
right, For Jerseys one pound for
each three pounds of milk or less will
come nearer meeting the requirements,
The grain for other breeds will vary
between these two according to the
quality of milk produced. A good rule
is to feed seven tunes as much grain
ns there is buttcrfnt produced.
BILL IS DEFEATED
WASHINGTON', Mny 27.-The
senate iulcistiitc commerce comiuis
sioii today defeated u plan to report
only one nnti-trust hill to provide for
mi iuterstato trade. couuuision with
powers of ;n vesication which would
report ne.t winter. This was taken
to indicate an attempt will bo niudc
by the committee n put comprehen
sive anti-trust legislation through at
the present schsjoii,
ABOUT TO ABDICATE
WASHINGTON, .May 27. Kceurr.
ing rcpoits ol the impending abdica
tion of lliimln received, most ulten
tiou ju official cliclcH nnd in the dip
IoihhIIii corp. Admittedly that is
one of the next inipoiluul develop
HenU III IU ilex Ion iinni, which
h HM'rlly (,(i''ci), but no one
Ure prwfViui'n Jniv "liy ddfinile
Jiifrtit'H 'f ttiii'N I Nki'ly I"
METHOD IN THEIR MADNESS.
IN AN ADDRESS delivered tit Washington today,,! nines
,T. Jlill in discussing the "future of our foreign trade"
places the blame for depressed industrial conditions upon
arbitrary wage scales imposed by labor unions, and upon
"unwise' restricted legislation and unneeeessary taxation
on business," and cites (Treat Britain as an example of the
effect of such conditions.
.Mr. Hill, like other railroad magnates, is at present
engaged in a nation-wide eaiupaigu of manufacturing
public opinion to sanction an authorized increase of five
per cent in railroad rates and hence, until the increase
is secured, railroad men are playing the part of doleful
Jeremiahs, prophets of calamity.
There is a studied effort on the part of big business to
create hard times. There is no real reason lor business
depression. Props have been excellent. Hanks are full
of money. The new tariff has hurt only 51 few pampered
industries and greatly benefited the mass of people. Cur
rency reform has placed banking upon a sounder basis
and panics are now impossible. There is every reason
why the artificial breaks of Wall Street should not stop
the wheels of industry.
Hut the administration's anti-trust legislation is pend
ing in congress. This is the "restrictive" legislatou Mr.
Hill complains of it will probably prevent cutting any
more such melons as the New Haven. Hence a return to
power or the Republican party promising the needed relief
to Wall Street, is extremely desirable. Hence the talk of
hard times and the enforced depression, the attempt to
empty the dinner bucket, so as to cause the defeat of the
Democratic program by the time-worn appeal to the work
The tyrraiiy of labor unions does not seriously affect
industry. Where fair wages and better conditions tire de
manded, the employers still have the right to import
armed guards to shoot the workers-down. Surely a coun
try which has witnessed the scenes enacted in West Vir
ginia, Michigan and Colorado, all in one year, cannot be
seriously einbarassed by unionism.
The issue before the country is whether the govern
ment is going to rule big business or big business to con
tinue to rule the government. President Wilson has suc
ceeded in smashing the tariff monopolies and curbing the
banks. He is now attempting the regulation of great cor
porations. His hands must be upheld if the people are to
win out. "We might as well fight it out now and have it
over with as failure now will mean panic threats here
after whenever the program of greed and grab is inter
Mr. Hill, and other industrial chiefs, never touch upon
the fundamental trouble with this country, as with Great
Britain the. monopolization of natural resources and op
portunities. Lloyd George of England is pointing to the
remedy for John Bull but no American statesman has
dared as vet to do as much for Uncle Sam.
Mail Tribune Enterprise Appreciated
Twin Mountain Ilnnch, Gold Hill,
Ore., May 22, 1014.
Mcdford Mail Tribune, Bedford, Ore.
Dear Sirs It Is, indeed, a privilege
for the Medford Indies to be able to
attend Miss pect's lectures on do
mestic science nnd the practical irp
plication of same.
Now, for the benefit of your sub
scribers who are not going to be nblc
to nttend these interesting tnlks, for
WASHINGTON', D. C, May 27.
Grass should be cut "long" so that
the roots will bo protected after tho
cutting. This meant says the no
partment of Agriculture's landscapo
gardener, that the lawn mower
should bo set just as high as It will
Lawns should bo cut frequently
cuttings are normal contrary opin
ion of tho energetic person who fol
lows up his cuttings by raking with
an Iron rako. Lawns should never
bo raked with an Iron rako. except
to prepare them for sowing of grass
seed, for such raking harrows up
the soil. Neither should they be
It tho diligent caretaker of n
luwn must fallow up tho cutting by
some other operation, only a wood
LAKE AND ZEIGLER
FOUND NOT GUILTY
A Jury in tho circuit court thin
morning acquitted Wultor Zolgler, a
furmhand living near Urownsboro, of
grand larceny. Zelgler wan accused
of stealing guns from tho Harry
Young placo nt Urownsboro, Zelg-
lor's defense was that ho bougbt the
guns from a man named Charley Wil
liams whom ho met In tho woods ono
day. Jlo paid 17 for them, Wil
liams admonishing that ho use his
iiumo "Charley Williams" when he
sold the guns, Xelgler was Identi
fied uh (be man who sold the wcapotiH
to tho Kwlng gun storo under the
nuuiu of Williams, signing u check by
This afternoon a ury Is being
drawn to hear the aio of tho Muto
vs. Iluzelrlgg, churned with the lar
ceny of a bicycle. IIzrtK lives
on the "desert' near AgetVBH4 ikft
married man fflb
1' H. Luke of 'kuulu i'l' WV
IUUJ Twdity ilf"rl(W 4 fc.lVtJf
Urn but. a?M AH"
- " w- '
the renson that they live in oilier
towns, or on ranches, don't you think
it is due them for yon to publish the
lectures verbatim T I am sure we
would npprccinte this, and probably
derive almost ns much from them as
though we were in attendance.
Thanking you in udvaiiee for lhi
courtesy, I nm
Yours very truly,
MILS. FRANK I'AKKNT.
Be Cut Long
en rake should be used, and this
should bo employed carefully so as
not to disturb such of tho grasa
clippings as have sifted down around
the roots. Theso grass clippings
that settle around tho roots afford
them a very Important protection,
and will do much to keep tho lawn
In fino condition when thcro Is lack
of rain later In the season, for they
will hold the inolsturo and act an
a shield from tho sun. In fact, the
grass cuttings are generally needed
about tho roots, and should not de
tract from the looks of tho lawn,
for they soon shrivel, dry up, and
work their way down, so that they
aro no longer noticed. Grasses are
naturally cool-cllmato plants an I
are liable to be harmed by the hot
Hun about tho roots.
BILLION A YEAR
. FOR USELESS
OAKLAND, C'al., May '27.
"Americans spend more thiiii u hil-
lliou dollars uvury year in u search
for useless, senseless pleasure uud
i this is tlirculcuiuir the fiuiiiiciu! pros
perity of the land," snid I. I'. Jlcli
reus, president of .tin t'aliforuia
Hunkers' nssociution, to delegate at
tending the state convention which
"America lis know how to make
money, hut they do not know how to
spend or save it," .Mr, ISehieus snid,
"Tim people of this country dislike
to be told they nio not lluilly, bit'
they are Ihr illcss in (he extreme."
John A. Perl
If; ( wh, jMHiMerr
r 'I-MMMM 4? u- -j,.-
MrvMi JtyXHf Vvtvtmr
FIANCEE OF U. S. NAVAL
OFFICER WHO AWAITS
WAR SHIP'S RECALL
Mi6 ElfNCMim; SAM WYC UkIih
Lieutenant John Strong Abbott, U. 8.
N executive nnd nttWg.Ulug officer of
I tie Dixie, uow off Tatuplco. who oatud
Into prominence by the newspaper ac
counts of his action hi scUlng Lobot
Mum!, H soon to take ns hU bride, It
Ilio dove of pence allKhts. MUw Krries
line Vau Wyck Itueltt, ot Now York
June 0 wan selected as the date for
the wedding, which l to take place In
New York city, but the ordering of tb.i
Atlantic fleet to Mexican waters has
mnde It uncertain that tho nrranpe
nicnts can be carried out at that time.
LU-uteuant Abbott the son of tha
late Lleu.mantt John fining Abbott.
U. S N. MUi Itbetu, vao Is descended
from the old Long tilsnd family of
Vau Wyck", gmdurtis. from
VV lleslcy College lu 1IUU
LONDON, Ma .7. Mrs. Huitnc
hue I'aiikhurst, the iiiililuul leader,
wns today ugniii relenmil frmn lloo
wny juil, suffering from the effects
of a "hunger strike." She bad re
fucd to eat fiom the moment of her
arrest, during tA week's raid by the
Mitfragcttc on llurkinghain palace.
Dear Prim !te:
She enn talk of "woman's miion,"
And her "trninpled-dowii condition,"
And her wif nnd tribiihitious cuu
She can preseh n discoure long,
She enn nurse en oil petty wrong
(It's the oi'ly thing she has that
she can nurse!).
A scheme she is promoting
lu the emir of woman's veting:
She diseoures on her "sphere"
with ttey pride.
She enn iture the courts judieial,
She enn "roast" eneh poor official
(Hut she couldn't roast u turkey if
She enn talk you dent nnd blind
On the "rights of womankind,"
She enn tell aliout the "female
point of view;
Uvr tongue will sweep a wny
Kverv word that you mny say
(It's the only kind of sweeping she
At a suffragette convention
She can hob) your mule attention
While she lands the time when wo
men will M) free;
She enn eane to overflow
Ut'r sex's cup (if woe
(Hut she c.iiMii't inuko u decent
cum of (eat)
Mont i en I Slur.
OltCIIAItlMSTS ATTENTION (I
Th on li.irillhts' mass meel-
luc set for Hxlav lias been liosl- ?
siuei until Saturday owing to
u delay lu tho transmission of
the agreement from O. A. ('. ?
Eery on liiinllst In Ilio vulley !
Is nrgeil to alleml this meeting
for Ilio seleillou of u county
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Tho most economical, cleansing and
germicidal of all antlsoptlcu la
A soluble AntUcpUc Powder to
b dutolved in water as needed.
Ah a medicinal nntteoptlo for douches
In treating nuiirrlj, Inflammutlon or
iilcurutlou ol nose, throat, and thut
caused by foiwiiliin Ills Khun no eipiHl,
J'or ten your.1 ilio Lydla 11. I'liikhuin
Medici mi Co but recommended I'axllnu
In their private corrunpoudeimu wltli
women, whir ii provw lis mtHirlorliy.
Women who Imvo been ournd muf i
It U "woilh lit weigh I lu Mold," At
driiKKUl Uh luijj'J M, or by Mull,
The I'uiKjii 'MM Cu, kUm, Mum,
AUK IN TOWN
Aro lit town for n limited tlmo only.
Have your old huts cleaned mid
blocked Juxt like new.
Straws nmt I'miniiuiH n Noel,llly
All work strictly nuaiatreed.
Wediictduy TIiiumIiI) Night
"A WAU.M WIM.COMK"
"unit incur to u.i'i'iNi:ss"
l-'lylug American I'll in
Coming l-'rldny and Saturday,
Mntlucc and evening
"Tin: cmar i.iai"'
iwriii hiiatii no is paut"
Thrills. Kentucky feud life: one fac
tlou wipes out the other, while two;
sweethearts curapo on liorrelinrK nttu '
..I........ ..f .. tllu ....! ..lift l..n II. .. I
I'milK" ' " nil,' mm inn unit iiiv
river below most dangerous and
sensational feat ever performed for
Photnptiiy TucMbiy and Weiliu-iluy
S. & A Two Heel Detectlvn Story i
Featuring Frances N. llushmau
PATH I J WI'.HKLVNO. VM
Tin: vision in tin: window
Comedy, No. I of Wood lie Wodri
( 'liming I'rlilnj
ADVLN IlltUS OP KATIILYN No. ft
I'omlug Soon t
tiii: piutius op p.u'i.inp.
Dry Cleaning Department
I'or Steam and Dry Cleaning and
All Kinds of Dyo Work
Suit M-S UP COeup
Coat 75 up 3Sc up
Skirt 50 up 2Sc up
Overcoat 1.00 up COcup
Waist 50 up 25c up
Dress 75 up COcup
Gloves, kid .......... .10
Cloves, long 20
Hull II.25- 60c
Coat 50 25e
Vest 25 10c
Trousers 50 25c
Overrent 1.00 60c
Cent's Suit Pressed Weekly, 11.50
MEDFORD FLUFF RUG CO
Rug find Carpet Cleaning
.111 EAST MAIN STRICT
Recently romodelod and onlurged,
added uow cameras and apparatus
and Is uow strictly up-to-datu In
Coiuiiierh si Work of ull Klmtu
Including copying and enluruliiK of
pictures, legal documents, etc. lira
mlilo uiilarKliiv, any (lie, and lioduk
fliiUhlng of every kind,
I'rofemilouul and uumliior photo
It, M, Hurmoii Aoislfcd Willi Mu.
HUui uwr full Tuiiiiitir, I'Uouu HI )
WATERMAN IDEAL PENS
S2.50 to S12.50
$2.00 to $50.00
liiiporii'd nuil Domt'slip IVrfuuus
V (Jip S. it II. (Iivpii MYatliiur, Stamps
An;y Size Cake You Want
I'or Villi I; llellierlex
H. Weinhard's Ice Depot
Kent by week or mouth only.
A (pilot, refined home for people who like comfort more than ele
gance, nnd rents well within the limit of their pockntbooks.
Summer rates. Ktcrytblug modern and up-to-dato.
217 South Itlversble. Look us up.
What N llrcuUimt Or Any Other
Mc.il Without (iotxl
Wo lleslro In Call Spe lal Attention
In Our I'amouk llninil of
Them N None I teller, Has I'eiv
INlinili Try II ami See If Wo Aro
Now Port I'd
Helmut Door l.'nsi or I 'list National
Hank. Phono 'J.V.!
hy buy hIiIiikIoh that are shipped
lu when you can get a better grade
I hut are made at homo of heart wood
Hiighnr pluo? Tho old fashioned
shakos that lauteil so long worn made
of siighar pluo. I liuvo moved the
mlllo In Hullo I'mIIh, ruiinlng on a
big scale ami can Hiipply mi) umoiint.
Theso hIiIiikIoh are on hiiIo In
.Mcdfonl at tho IhiHt Hhlo Wood Yanl.
KT. .IAMP.H, KIIIMJU: MAN
MRS, II, h. LBAOII
a Nurlli Jim-licit,
i'lioiitj 0O M,
for IIo)h, I 'or ilrl, I'oc Lllllo
There's no denying tho fact
that shoes for children should
he carefully selected. Its not
nlwH n mutter of price with
the thoiiKlltfiil pared!. It's ML
rnmrort and durability.
OUt SUOItS AUK
They are good wearing slioon
Thny can't ho otherwise
It's tho way they nm built.
Price uiuKo from ft 2ft tocm
Prleei Itniigo I'toin Ht.'-'.l to .l
It will pay you well to shou
your children here.
U9 ftoc fitoro
when you want It Im the way
wo delller lee. Wo don't du
liver any old hind of lee. bow.
ever. We handle only the sort
that Is safe In uc. Tho Ice
mail ii from distilled water freo
from germs or dirt, lee that
you can put right In with tho
drink or ou the food with per
fect safety. Want some to
UN .SOUTH (lltAPi: HTItCLT
and while they
am growing you
should Imvu th
nuoiigh. In keep a
record (if each III'
leiokllug sIiiko ii
f (heir childhood,
collection of baby'N
You will prlo tho
plitmou muni nnd
gu by, Muliu mi
tor u sllllug
iiiuru uh tin yeiirx
TUB SWIiM STUDIO
ym UV.I Wain HI, MUM, !,,