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Swr.cslto W. 1,1MB, V. B. S. RalvostoiV,
write to IV A. West of MwUorcl from
China, statlnu that ramlne, disease
and poverty aro lnlnc th Chinese
tiy tho thousands. 80 rapid aro tlio
deaths that three or fotir victlma arc
burled together (n the salno. box,
liMiJhmln K. Unit bf MeiUortl lin
ticon Krauted a pension of JaO .1
roan) h ..through thij, effort ot Sena
tar' Sennet E, tiiamWlaln. Mr Hull
l a civil war veteran.
J.0. GorkltiB. ttio best all around
photesrapher In southern Oregon.
Always rollohle.(NoKatlvc8 Tdailo. any
whn'ro, tlmo or place. Studio 223
Mnln St. Phono 320-J.
Armond Taylor, who recently com
pleted hit sophomore year at thu
Oregon Agricultural Cologe, was
among tlio Medford peoplo who went
om thfl Elk's excursion to Klamath
Kails July 3. Mr. Taylor may de
cide to remain In Klamath county
for the summer.
Cora Lfo and Frank Turner spout
the Fourth ot July at Hay dam and
Elizabeth Thurman, aged 13 In
October, wag committed to the Hoys
and Olrls Aid society by Judge Tou
Vetlo Tuesday, upon request ot her
mother. She will be taken to Port
land by Probation Officer Oay.
Two hundred untrlmmed ahnnos,
values, to I7.G0. On ealo $1.95.
Tho Portland Journal of Sunday
contained the following Item regard
ing Abo Axtcll, former mayor or
Grants Pass and county Judge of
Josephine ceunty: Judge Abe Axtel).
pioneer and civil war veteran, had
another fainting apelt this aftornoon,'
when ho fell on the sldewall: on
Washington street, between Fourth
and Fifth. He was. removed to tho
hospital, where it was found that he
wag so seriously Injured that he may
Holme insures homes.
Attorney W, E. Phlpps will leave
next week U spend a few daya vaca
tion In tho Prospect district.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
AVes ton's Camera
Shop. Orer Isis
Henry Callaghan arrived from tho
IUao .Ledge district Monday evening,
and will siend tho week in tho city
on business. Ho reports that he has
struck the malnvlcdge on tho St. Al
bans, and intends rushing work on his
All parasols on salo one-half price.
Two drunks, classed In the records
as John Ioo and John Deer appeared
before Police Judgo Cay this morn
ing, aud wero fined $G. Deer paid
but Dee had no dough, and will make
refund by helping tho city bora dry
Carkln & Taylor, lawyers. (John
H. Carkln. Glenn O. Taylor), Has-klns-Beyden
Bldg., Main streot.
The city water supply cleared some
what in the last 24 hours but in still
muddy, and it will bo another day
before It resumes its normal clarity.
Owing to the isolation of Fish Lake,
there haa been no news of the in
tensity of damages caused by the
If we offered you a dollar for fifty
cents wouldn't you hurry? That Is
the way wo are soiling tailored suits,
then hurry here for a suit. AAhrens.
Heat lightning flicked across the
western horizon Monday night, which
according to the common or unoffi
cial variety of weather forecaster Is a
suro sign ot rain before the end of
Try a "Spitz" cigar, best Co cigar
on tho market.
Shorty Miles Is busy today lining
up a team ot all star Koguo rlvar val
ley hall players to meet Klamath
Falls In a couplo of weeks In a mr
ies pf games.
Hay for salo. W. TI. Evnrhard,
h. Fltzpatrick or Table Hack Is i
business visitor In tho city this
A "King Spitz" cigar is home mado
Try one, Cc,
Fred Osborne returned Uih morn
ing from a trip to the northern part
of tho state, and roports n scvero hall
and thundcrBhower oil the Unipqun
v ffhe F. A'. Shaplalgh Hardware
eohipsny has tho .bust nnd cheapest
"tosp, n town. ., Prices on everything
0, 1. Stutlor of Ilaliur is transact
ing buslnets in this city Oil week.
y 0ujfvoflo Muii, of. kodak, finishing
'Uot Weston's Cani'ura Shop, that's the
bestv Over UI Tlieatnr.
U. 11. Heath uudwlfo of Chlco, Cal.,
are sptmulng n (aw da yd in the city,
Tho finest equipment In Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Modtord Print.
frat)si. . i i.inl..t.H
A. U. ttrr VIU-H
'' Ii ...i nil t .n.
P. D. lllackdcn of Climax la trail
snctlng business in tho city today.
James Oay of Eagle Point was a
business visitor in .tho city Monday
afternoon. . -
o Karl Sctionc of I'rosport Is In the
city for a tow days on business.
Get it at Devon's.
Gordon MeGltchrlst of Salem H
spending tho week In tho valley on
Tho llagley Canning company at
Talent nro pa) In -31 , cents per
pound for loganberries delivered In
bulk, bows and crates not required.
Clean, fresh ripe berries wanted. S'.l
Prospects for thunder showers this
afternoon and evening are good with
clouds banking in the south.
Groceries nt Do Voo's.
Tho manager of Pugilist Charley
White has sent literature, to a num
ber of Mcdford fans proclaiming
White as the "icgltlmafu lightweight
champion of the world." with a full
tone picture, nnd tho record of the
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Oxer lsia Theater.-
Two more carloads at box material
for Medford orchards arrived Mon
day, through the Itogue Hirer Fruit
association, nnd are being hauled to
day to tho various orchards. Ho
making will begin at onrc.
Dr. Myrtle tackwood will limit her
office hours during July and August
to Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
2 to 4 p. m. 97
Complaints have been received by
the police of the further activity pf
garden hose thieves, a number of
residents being losers.
It you want a lithographed fruit
lntiel Instead of a printed one. sec
us, wo a ro agents for Schmitz Litho
graph Co. Medford Printing Co.
Tho postotflce at COlestln was
robbed of $100 in stamps Sunday
night, and local authorities have
been ndvled to keep their eyes out
for Busplcloug characters.
Three or four color fruit labels.
your own design as ordered. Med
ford Printing Co.
Joe Under ot Phoenix Is In the city
today attending to business matters.
The forest service has posted not
ices along all mountain trails and
roads warning campers, hunters, and
others to uso caution in the leaving
of campflres. The forest patrol has
been Increased by new guards, the ad
ditions going to work Monday, i
Order your fruit labets of the Med
ford Printing Co. ar;d keep tho money
"Mis Willie W. Howard, valedictor
ian ot this year's senior class of the
'Medford high school tied with Oscar
W. Doble or the Echo high school,
with a percentage of 94 points for n
300-word essay contest conducted by
'the Pacific University extension de
partment. Every high school in
Oregon and southwest Washington
'took part. Seniors wero eligible to
participate In the contest, and a prize
of $50 was offered for the winner.
The subject waa "la The Four Year
Art Courso a Paying Investment?''
Fruit labels artistically printed In
any and all colors. Medford Print
ing Co. '
A delegation of ragged I W. W.'s
passed through Medford Monday
night for Dtitte. Montana, and a cou
plo failed to catch their train out.
Hutte i In a turmoil over labor
union trouble, and the agitation
draws tho industrial renegades like
Untjt JulylC we will receive orders
for special three color apple and pear
stationery at cut prices reduced
from 'IS.SO to 14.00. with your bus.
nets card thereon. Medford Printing
P O, Earl of Les Angoles, owner
of aa;prchard near tho city,- Is snond-
ing a lewtuays intnetiiora-iooKing al
ter his lnter(.i
We have 'j$350b press, recently
Installed especially for printing fruit
labels. Medford Printing Co.
Milton Schubard has returned from
a two weeks vacation spent visiting
friend. and relatives in Seattle.
Screen doors at Medford Lbr. Co.
The baby boy or John Wilkinson
hag Um'ii chlrstened John Edward Wil
klnson after his father, grandfather,
great grandfather and uncle.
Call Mitchell for lawn mower trou
bles. Phone 2C.
A. h. King of Montague, Cal., Is
among the out of town visitors In the
city this week.
Seo K. II. McCurdy for Aetna Fi
delity and Surety Honda.
According to reports brought back
by Fourth, of July visitors to .Grants
Pass and Talent, sport attractions of
the two cities did not pay, bcauie of
the unwillingness of any number of
spectators to pay for the privilege of
watching tho horso races and ball
-guides Tho nice track nt Grants
Pass was iinoiiiiued and tho natives
being wise, look up positions on tho
county road, while tho visitor
walked through the eutrunve gate and
paid. At the buHgiine ut Tuleut, u
tug was tied on all ttho puld to see
tlio coulest, and n lagged spertutor
uu hb rate as a Juno bug In Jsn
uury, A corp of collectors wero
busy but (hoy inut with poor results.
Medford C'onMirvtttory rtdiud l'r'
res for music Jtmsuns ht-glu July 1st.
AriviHH'tMj student will be Uikwu at
tlio sauiii low prltt as hviffuuitrs,
Opi'H ttl utiwww 8 llfMHt Mri,
MEDTTOK1) MAIL TRIHUNlj).
Mrs. Harry Porter of Gold Hill vis
Ited friends nmt, relatives In this cits
11. W. Uuhl, Jack Merrill and party
ot friends will return today from t
trip to Klamath Falls by auto via
In affairs of life that battle )ott
much benefit can be derived by con
sulting n reliable clalrvoxant. Mine
Dreyfus answers jour spoken or
mental questions, tells your most
secret thoughts. Advice on love,
business, spallation, mining, etc .
hidden secrets revealed, draws pic
tures and other wonderful thing".
Strictly confidential, Colonial Flats.
apartment 2. 91
"Shoity" Harbor, who broke two
ribs while lifting a baby buKgy over
a fence a month ago, broke tho same
two over ngalu, In a runaway Sundat,
while driving back from Grants Pass.
Harbor was thrown nut ot the wagon,
when tho team ran away. Ho was
able to repair the harness and con
tlnue the Journey to this city whero
he secured medical aid.
Mrs. J. K. Olmstead nnd daughter
Vera have returned from a visit to
Medford Conservatory reduced pri
ces for music lessons begin July 1st.
Advanced students will be taken at
the same low price as beginners.
Open all summer. 31 Grape 'street.
The ladles of the Catholic church
will give a dance in tho nXtatorlum
Friday evening, July 10th.
M. W. Henderson of the University
of Wisconsin, wnoso appointment a
county pathologist was aproved, will
arrive next Monday, July 13, to as
sume charge. Although nothing do
finite has been determined, it I ex
pectcd tho pathologist's office will be
maintained in tho former place In tho
Gnrnett-Coroy building. Next week
the new pathologist will ncnualnt
himself with local conditions. Laxt
year at this time blight was engagluc
the attention of the pathologist. This
year there Is no difficulty from this
source so the opening duties will not
The Koguo Klver Valley Fruit As
sociation held its regular monthly
meeting of directors this niornln.i
with the following In attendance -Messrs.
Allen, Parsons, Mndeu, Camp
bell, Flero. Hover, Carpenter, Wash
burn. Guthrie, Palmer, Potter and
Anderson. Asldo from routine no
business was transacted.
BOSTON AND WINE
HOSTO.V, July 7. James II. Iltt-
tie, pre i(lent of the New York, New
Haven & llnrtford Hnilroud com
pany, wiu today elected president of
the Itoton & Mnine railroad, sue
ctediiij; Morri. McDonald, who re
eenlly re-ipnel. The cleetion become
effective August 1,1. In the mean
time lie will continue in the New Haven'-,
presidency until the return of
Howard Klliolt, diuirmnn of the New
Haven ilireolorc, from n vacation trip
in the Maine wood-.
When Mr. Iiu-lic lenves the New
llnven mail it is exeled that Mr.
Elliott, be-dricii coiitiuuiiiir hh chair
man of (lie hoard, will lie pven the
title of president.
I WEDDING BELLS
Miss dernldiuu Ifukes, ilutililer of
Mr, mid .Mrs. Lew Itukcs, for three
years connected with the InisiiicsK
office of the Mail Tribune, mid Purl
II. House, u journeyman printer,
were married nt Jacksonville, Tues
day nflernooii, July 7, hy Justice of
tho Pence i)ox.
The marriage is (he cnnsniiiiiiiitirii
of n romance of short duration mil
comes ns a surprise to the many
friends of (he bride. The bride is
popular anion;; n largu circle ol
You Get Hie tlmt
There is when you smok Gov. John
son cigars and patronize home Indus
tries. Attention It. A. M.
Itegular convocation this ovenlng
at K:uo p. m. Ilustness of Import
ance. A. N. IIILDKIlftANn. Sec.
Cth Medfnra trinte is Medford mail
depends largely upon your eyesight
Eye strain Is u nrfmt haiidlcup.
Ho sure your eye uro right,
See Dr. Rickert Now
UK KKiiWH HOW
Hidle I.U (iter DwicJ's
(JrvH TrudliiM Mtuuips (Jlvwu
OT,ttKORn, OIMUOX, MTKNDAY, ,IIM,Y 7, 1!11 1.
ST. I'Al'I., Mimi.., ,luh 7. "In
difference of the pulilu l nil fotuiH
of intellectual el Tort U Ihe Ueutir
ugiiij: ehnrnuteristie of our lime-,"
iniM rlmile William Dnluiey, pres
ident or the TiiUeiNitv nf t'lnoin
nnti, today liefoie the National Kd li
"The rich hum who employ
$l."i.t0l) Invvyer or n 10,0l)ir phy-ne-iiin,"
Professor Daliue) Miid, "re
jrnrds u $l"iOll etdlof-o 'prof lis umul
enough to train his son. Miiuy-muk-intf,
.-.pints, poliiuw nmt pielmo
shows mv holding the interest of the
public. The tenchor to Hie oidinitiy
limn is a mere liooUwoim,"
.skt liicieusiil WiiHsi
He mmle n pJcu for inereiiscd nl
uries for piofessoi.. whom he term
ed finders of .new knowledge and
milkers of men. inul ndthM:
"The hijjlier cost of lovimr nnd tlio
cost of higher living eonihined hear
more heavily on collide professow
than any other class. The effective
salary of the profesor i only nhont
one-hnlf what it vwis twenty vciim
uo. The universities incomes does
not increase automatically, ami the
larger the manlier of kIiiiIciiU, tlio
jHiorer does ft become."
(Irnce ('. Stniclinii. disttict oiiper
uitciidcut of schools, llioiihlvti. pnku
on eiiml salariit. She tool; u firm
stand oii the ipicstion and eoiitciulcd
that a salary should lie limcil on tlio
Nisition nml not on tho sc.
Marked pnyivs in tin develop
ment of funds Tor teachers ha.-i lieuti
made by this comitry, said YV. I.
Iliimilton, Itosloii, in an uddtess mi
WELSH MEETS RITCHIE
(Continued from t'ago 1)
hundreds of Ii7- codntryiueii.
The betliiif was 7 lo ! on Wei b.
ftfiip'e t'oitsiiline Jaccd .fJOtllt nt
'Willie llitehie npenrcil ut 10:01
Hearty applause '.reeled him.
Welsh wins jjw to.s and Uet tc
punier he originally entrre.l. Welsh
got in u few Tdows ill the. ejiii'b
which immedupt'Ty; fiiljowe'l, " WOlie
rpsKinleil to a slrnfcht to ttie ju
Innlitin followed with Welsh jc
tiiif the hctter" of (he ah-iunent.
When they siptarcd off. however,
llitehie delivered several boilv blows
Ititehie swuil:; hard with liis ng'it
nnd missed. He wa ciiutioucd li
(he referee (or holdlntr in the
ulinehes. WcUh :"t in some vicious
jabs in the infighting.
llitehie oH-ucd with u left wum,
but in it clinch Welsh landed on the
body ut close ntiurters. Welsh' uot
in a couple of jabs, Ititehie retali
ating with a Tuft to the jaw. WcUh
followed with u rieht to the same
shj(. The round ended with Welsh
landing lightly on (he face. Itilclue
wiih aiain cautioned for holding.
Welsh fought for tho body, then In
a clinch gavo Ritchie two or threo
left hooks on tho Jaw, followed by .
right swfng on tho same spot. Wulsh
appeared the fresher of tho wo, smil
ing when the gong sounded.
Ititehie got one to tho fure, Welsh
replying with a left to tho Jaw Hit
chlo then sent a straight left to the
jaw and a heavy body blow. Kltclilj
forced tho fighting but was repealed
ly cautioned for holding,
llltchlo's left ()o soiuued to h'j
Minrn i . i':sr',i&rrtwrmm7mmal r i
1 amy jkSfsSir'
k3. -y r k
slightly swolhMi. Welsh's left eyo
was also damaged. Ititehie phwel
for tho hud,e)u, Welsh dodged u light
baud swing alined at the bat) eye.
Welsh's foot work was much the
lUloker hut his blown vuied to htiNo,
less stenm than thu American's,
Half of tho round hid pnsed lav-
fore Ititehie began forcing the fight
ing, llu lauded two smart blows on
tho face. Welsh icspoudml hut the
American covered Up well and the
round ended lu his favor
The work ot both fighters thus fnr
had been very constant nnd sharp.
Most of the hlltliig had been body
righting, ending In clinches. Welsh
appeared to bo beglnliig to husband
hs strength In tho clinches, lie
then put on nunc steam and gavo tho
American one good body blow and
scorned the fr culler ut the end than in
the beginning of the round.
Welsh forced tho fighting, npenln,'
with n loft to the face, an npntlnu
which he quickly lepented. Itltihie'tt
blows rotilluually fid short, Welsh
netting a furious pure and got several
blows to the body and got tho best
bf the In-riKhtlug. This was Welsh's
Welsh forced the fighting, scoring
repeatedly on ltltehle's Jaw, Ho
then eluded olio of Itltohlo's famous
right cros blows. Welsh had the
better of the fight thus far.
Welsh, who came un sunnily, Innd
cil n sharp left on the face. Ifitilhie
mjiiiu failed o reach Ihe pot ef
fectively wills hi busy unlit. The
flKhltiij; vai hard and fast, llitehie
icgniticil Koine of bis gimtor.
Welsh scored with a left hook on
Kitcliic's neck. Ititehie leiientedl"
led out liunl lefl-hiiiidoi, but Wolh
was ulwavs too muek for tlieui. I'lio
Welshumu .coreil three or four
luinchc in this loiiud, but thev
seemed to make no impression on the
American, who showed great -Ihiii-iun.
K ALL OUR i
There Is Hardly A Woman
Who Doea Not Rc!y Upon ',
Lydia E. Pinltham's Vcg- ;
rrinrcton, 111. " I had Infammation,
lianl I caiiueliw in thu bock of my neck
unit a wvaknrss all t
caused by fotnnlo
trouble, and I took
Lydla E. I'lnkham'a
pound with such ex
cellent result that I
am now feelini; line.
I recommend thu
It to all. 1 shall bo
irlnd to have you
ttublish tny letter.
There Is scarcely a neli;hbor nround mi
who does not use your medicine. " Mrs,
J. V. Joiinsom, It. No. 4, Vox SO, Princo
Experience of u Nurse.
roland.N.Y. "Jn my experience as a
nurse 1 certainly think I.ydin K. I'ink
lmm's Vegetable Comiound is a (fl-rat
inudlcine. I wish all women with fe
male troubles would take it. I took it
when pasalni; through thu Chantfe of
Llfu with great results and I always re
commend Urn Comjwund U all my pa
tients if I know of their condition hi
time. I will gladly do till I can to help
others to know of this nreat mullein."
Mrs. HoitACK NkwhaW, I'olaikl, Her.1
Miner Co., N. Y. j
If you nro III do not clr&R ulont; until
un operation is necessary, but ut onco
tuku I.vdia E. rinkbuin'n Vvuutublu
Iillii i:. IMiikliuiii Sleillclno Co.f
Big Reduction on All Low Shoes
Colonials, Pumps and Oxfords must, go.
Not a pair held back. This is your chance
to save money on summer footwear
At iho rUt!ii of
Kllclilo suuiiloiicd MP mtil ImihIimI
two slfalyht iritis pu thu face uml
nluirp lippeivut. The, Amerionii
r.....i.i 1 1.. itiklitmi. nil ilitniH.li 1 1 1 ,
tuipitl, WuUli Hlovvtuif tip eonsuloi fast nml fii'ico to Iio,piii1 ol ha
iblV. Il was ii uimd louiul, till iii,iotHiil. 'I'lil-, Wit' lli Mei'ill(iK
,. ' i . i i : , ..1. i . ...n.,,1
rnvor o icilelili',
mMsftSz 1 SODAS ,;,
Vad?-2ssx J ceutM nt your detlrrN, I , .
V ' 'y. v r . it a.'vini't
MML V5 ) Bssltina" lt,,4 t l. 4 'U i
sZs, J'sxJ S tfflllWl c 1 1. r,iliM.. sw
SJSj r k Hl !'. l l'l' " f V
. . . T" ' .1 " rit';si' I ih4ui ! hi Jutcntl X
wwarV F. r. iIasaiiomm bos ferjSr
The Uvposltlon Line KM.'
Oh tiiM'uuiil nf (hi' Ashland Cli.i.,:, inim, whinli will
he held .Inly 7 lo 17 iiifliMt, round trip tii'kotM will
lie sold IVoin oil points hi (lit Kuuuc U'ivtM' Vnlli,
Ornnts I'ji8 lo Mcdford ihcIhmm .Inly 7 lo 17, with
finiil rt'luni limit .luh lilt li.
PROMINENT SPEAKERS, SPECIAL
l',iii'Hi(,i' )iirticiil;ii-H from AjjomI of lht Sonlhtvrn
I'.ic'ific tir.lohn -l. Scor!l, (lencntl I'iisnciimm' AphI,
.Port land, Oregon
AW a iv k'5ii "id !' tht' h"wry liiisiiicHS and offt'i'
Home of Hit ht'sl liaraiii.s ever jjivon in Ihe valley
At Cost and Below
i t -
AVo have a hiy lino or I indies and Spring Wagons,
all of which arc iimludiid in the sale, and invito (ivory
person who is fif;ni'in,r n a new vehicle, lo tail I and
look Hits' lhii$ ovcuaiul gol. iho pritios.
OI'I'OHI'I'll I'Oh'l' OI'I'JfK
Tlie.Ami'ilciiu'jyil ill shu hut
left on ihe hoily. I.ular lie ii'M'iilei
with tin- llglil. Tluv llglillliljt Win
I iiniinii was nnvni'-
- rv a
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