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MEDFORD MATTJ TRrBIINTS. MEDTTORD. 'OUECION, TUI2SDAY, .TUIYV 7, 1i)t I.
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Medford mail tribune
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mkui'ouu nuNTiNa co,
The Domoorntlo Tlmn, The Medford
1 Mall, The McJford Tribune. The 8oulh
m nrcROiilen, The AehUnct Trlbun.
orrice Melt Tribune Hullillnit, lE-IT'U
North Kir street: telenhtme It.
Offlelst Paper ot lh Cltr of Medford.
orriclel Paper of Jacksoa Countr.
Kntered nn eecond-clem matter at
Medford. Oregon, under the act ot
March I, 1I7.
One rear, by innll,,. ,, ,16.80
One month, by mall , .SO,
Pr month, delivered by carrier In
Meiirora, JticKsonvme ana cen
tral Point ,. .8ft
Saturday only, by mall, per year S.00
Weekly, per year .. , - ... ISO
Full Icnseil Wife AmorlMctl Press
Wkh Mcdfor Stop-Orer
SCHOOL TO REOPEN
What pnnni.-C! (ii be Ihe lutycd
ninl imfl complete preimrtitory
school for liny in Ihe northwest,
wllcn 51 opoint Tor lis fir Icnn on
September 2.1. IDL'I. I hat of the
Ili?-liO Scolt school, m! untcd four
miles from Yamhill, Or., oil the newly
electrified stom of tlin Southern
Tho koIiooI c.-talo comprises over
300 ncros and is owned tind ocrnted
tinilur Ihu aupicc of tho Kpixcopal
diocese of Oregon. Fully one-half
of the acreage itt under cultivation,
Gardens fruit orchards and one of
the larger walnut proves in Oregon
is part of tho sehol estate.
The main school hull, which will
lie fiiii-hi'd hy July 1. is a throo
Mory t-trurturo rovcrinjr ground SOx
3 'JO feci, beinjr made- of tile and con
crete, and in absolutely fireproof. It
will co t abut $20,000 when finMiod.
Tho IlisJmp Scott school will fill
n loiifr-feJt want for an up-to-date
and competent boarding pcliool for
boys ill .Oregon. The boanl of tnis.
tees efTthe f-choo) arc: Might llcv. the
.llwhon of (ho Diocese; llcv. A. A.
Morrison, l'h. D., rector of Trinity
church, Portland, Or.; llcv. J. K. II.
Simpson, rector St. Mark's church.
Portland; llcv. C. . Robinson, rec
tor St Paul'-a church, Oregon City:
C N. IIw;iiiS treanurer Portland
Hail way, Lifrht & Power Co.; J. W.
flunong, icc-proi.ident Portland
Plnurimr Mills, and John K. Kolloek,
attorney, Portland, Or.
10 INSANE MUNI
J. (.'. Hamlin, alias J. C. Kogon., the
borne thief, waH committed to. the iiir
fume asjlum hy Judge Ton Velio
TiiCfday after cxnmiiialiou by Dr. J.
W. Ilobinson. Hamlin rented a honc
and middle of (ho livery firm of
Poycr Ilros at Kogitc llivcr, Wednes
day, and rode the nuitnal to Wolf
Creek, where he undertook to difose
of the animal. lly ncculiur coinci
dent (lie man to whom he offered the
horse and Raddle for tho um of $:
Wax Scott Iloyer, a brother of the
Jloguo llivcr firm. He at once rocog-
irizcil tho liorxo iih coming from the
Itojiuc. llivcr htahle, and Mi-pectin;;
cniokednoK, telephoned to liU bioth
GET RULES SUSPENDED
WASHINGTON, July 7. Permi
Hjiui ag heat today by ho war ik
parliiu'iit to Honolulu for the cm
liHikatlou of l.")0 hoilu' ciicr 10
tulvo pasxau on the armv (lanr-pott
Sliernian for San KnuieiitVit.
WHieu Ihu Sherman ariivid in
Honolulu from Manila, ho had room
for hut thirty more paiuii;;ein un
der i)i fcdunil regulations for wifoty
il Mca. IlealixiiiK that llicv would
Jfuvo to remain in II011I11I11 'nnotlior
luonlh awniliii 11 traus)or(, the moji
ilppeafejl lo , army officarn, who
cmhlcd i) 'ciucht to WiiHhititu for
leimi4Hi'u io allpw tho Sherman to
rr.v 220 iiigeii;ir 111 cxetos of
PRINCETON COACH TO
TRAIN NORTH CAROLINA
iiAii:i(iu, .v. g .juiy 7. t. n.
ffnmvUnn, Iivd nMefi( f Ihu I'ul.
wlty of N'tjikjCHroHiiii, hhhiuh'mI
ImUy tlwlAlrilmSiH'illiul, hind
km I'tck'nt PHietoii In 4 i'jir,
n(p Itipm ('u'jiilHhuiii, heml lii'ld
"Mrich M I'rUM'fioii in ltUI-12. Ium!
km miMf4 lo j'imi'li Hie luu mul
tnwi' lMl ik I'olwr it) n( NmmIj
VOLKKSTONB, HnRland. July 7
Although a deionileiit view of KnR
lnud'8 chances of llftlnR tho l)vvlRl)t
h Davis Intornatlonal lawn tonnU
trophy thin year Is taken by tho Khr
1111 press anil tho sporting public,
much Interest was dfoplajed lu tho
prcllmlnnry round between Knglntul
and Itclgluiu down Tor dcrhlon hero
today, tomorrow and Thursday. TIo
Knglleh team Is composed ot J, C
Pnrko, II. Uopcr nnrrctt, A. It. F.
Klngtcoto and T. M. Mavropordato.
Tho DlKlan team consists of V.
Dc Iloran, captain, W. II. Duvlvler,
L. Trasonstor and A. G. Wnteon.
Tlio eelcctlon of tho KnstllMt play
era has heen much criticised. Parke,
It Is, polntctl out, procd a creat dls
Appointment nt tho Dcchonham try
outs, where tho tennis papers declare
ho was "distressingly out ot form,"
team. II. Hopcr Barrett and his part
The judges, however, find It Im
practicable to leave him out ot tlto
ncr at tho saina meeting were badly
beaten In the doubles. Kingscotc
whose stylo na vary, graceful, lacked
accuracy and strength: wbllo Mavro
gordato did not distinguish himself.
Many of the Icadiui; critics ex
pressed dinappolntmcnt Iwcausc V. 0.
l.ow, who brilliantly defeated Norman
K. llrookes of Australia, did not ob
tain a place on tho Kngllsh ten in.
In caso tho Knglisli team should
win from Ilclglum It wilt meet the
French team at Wimbledon on July
11, 13 and It.
Tho tint singles match In the prc
llmlnnry round between Kngland and
Belgium in the Davis cup tourna
ment wont to Kngland today, T. M.
Mavrogordato, defeating D. P. I)e-
bordmnn by C-l, 6-3, G-l.
J. C. Parke gate Kngland her sec
ond victory In tho singles by defeat
ing tho Belgian, A. (. Watson, -:.
C-2, C-3. Tho double nil bo played
CHICAGO. July 7. Cool weather
in tho north we.-1 tending to avert n
f-prend of black rust gave tho wheat
market today a downward slant.
There wn also gossip that the gov
ernment crop reiKiri would be bear
irth. Disappointment at the compar
ative indifference .-hown in Liter
pool concerning yesterday' strength
here, counted, too, against the bulls.
After, opening Vm to 'e lower, the
market continued to do-cend.
Haiti in Missouri made the corn
market easy Trade was rather
light. The ojieuing, which ranged
from off to h shade advance, was
followed by a slight furl llcri decline.
Paying on the part of the leading
houses put some firmness into oats.
Offerings camo maiulv from pit
Provisions held steady. Higher
prices for hogs afforded a basis for
WASHINGTON, July 7 lu the
so. called llirmingham pig iron case.
the iiitcrptalu commerce conunii-ioii
today held (hat existing rates oil, pig
iron from, tint Kirmingham disirinl
In Louisville, Chicago and Ilo-ion by
rail and water were uurca-oimlile.
No change was ordered on propm-
tionul rates on Ohio to river cro-
iugs. i Hxisling rail and waicr intci
to interior New Kngland were pro-
tipuurcd uurciisoimble, and icaoiir
) . .. . ... .. i
aitKmie im roriiann, ,Mi'.; ripnug
field, Mass., and Lowell, Mas., were
preenbrd, with icduclious to inter
ior Niu Kngland points,
SAN I'ltANClBCO, Cul., July 7
A wlrolcs mi'tisuge to Cnptuln I-'reilo-rlck
Jebsou or this city , owner of the
Mexlcun Kclioonor Halwidor. notified
him tlmt the Kulvudor had been
Milled by thu feduraU ut (Juavnms
ami ll( HhcrUr Ollhertp Almedu wh
JoadliiK hor with-his omi iitrfiaKj
dM), siipiwudly ron.lKiicd to KhIIiim
t'nu, Ihu PmcKIc lormluus of Ihu 'IV
Cm HI III Minn liit'rprl Him ihw.
mai(o is oImiiik ' Monro I hut I ha nn-
I'llUllllll Hf flUIIWIIUS, lfl piti(l
L TO ACT
Adjiiitiucut of tho Siskiyou Height
water controversy, steps toward im
provement in tltt? water system and
the inereiisluy; of tho supply accord
ine to the phuis of Counoilmau
Medynxki, and vacations to city em
plojes, ill he the )riueipul mattert
eominir heforo the oitv oouueil nt tho
regular iiicvtiiH tonight.
In reganl to the Siskiyou Heiahl.s
water rales, it is expected that n
compromise will he reached, the oitv
receding from its tdnud firt adopted.
Many of the properly owners gave
tho riuht of way nenw.s their laud,
iiH)n tho understanding that thev
wore to receive water nt city rate.
Tho matter was referred at tho hist
mooting to u committee of th whole,
which is expected to report.
The economy policy of the ndmiu
itrntiou early in the year wiped out
the two week-' vacation on pay to
city workers, and some oC Ihu coun
cil arc now favorable to grunting n
week's vacation on pay, but not two
weeks. The vacation decree effects
policemen, firemen and nil emploves
of all department, and will be dis-
Councilman Mcdynki will seek au
thorization for the expenditure of be
tween 100 and $100 for repainno
leaks in the city pipes near tin in
take, rclimbering the (iOO-foot tunnel
and delating the intake viilw. so as
to increase the water supply in the
neighborhood of a million gallons.
Tho regular batch of monthly bilU
and routine business will bo trans
NKW MKOKOltl), Ma-.. July 7.
The aid of the state department in
obtaining tho relea-c of Juan Ve
lasco, a wealthy Mexican cotton
manufacturer, who i reported to be
held for random by a band of Zap
nti'tas, was invoked today by John
K. Funinns of this city, United
States representative of the Velasco
fnctories. Fumans in a me.ssase to
Secretary Pryan said that Velasco
whs threatened with torture unlets
n rnn-om f 1,000,000 pcos was paid.
NICKEL ON DOLLAR
KANSAS CITY1, Mo., Jury 7.
Three construction empauios who
jbnilt Ihe Kansas City, Mexico &
Orient railway, and which went into
bankruptcy with tho road, were nnc
lioned off today for ." cents on the
Heiijniuiu S. Hanuou of New York
City, representing the stockholders'
committee, bought nil three compan
ies for an aggregate of $ l.'i.OOO.
CHICAGO. July 7. - A special
grand Jury to Investigate thu col-
lupto wl tho Lu Hallo Street Trust and
BavingB Hank, today was ordered by
Judge Hrenteno, chief Justice of the
criminal court of Qool; county.
PROFESSOR MEEK DEAD
VICTIM OF SCIENCE
CHICAGO, July 7. A i-tiin of his
eiiihiisjasm for science, Professor
Selh Kugene Meek assistant curator
of zoloiy at the Field Museum of
Natural History here, is dead todii)
o illness lirouglit on liy exposuro
during an expedition in .Mexico, Pro
fessor Meek was an authority on lip.
tishus and reptiles of (his hemis
phere. He was n member of the
United Slates fish commission.
DULUTH POLICE SEEK
FORGER WHO ESCAPED
ni'MTII, Minn., July 7.- -The u.
Jico and county oiticdrs are hunting
today for Hurry W. Gucil, confessed
forger, who escaped fiom n room in
Ihe St. LoiiN county ciiiIIioiino late
yo.eiiay; after Im hud pleaded
' Uncil lin gouu inidur the ulifi-H'M
f Alfred If. KIkwhiI, F. W. Cum
ron, II. AIIh'iI HUiMfiiri mid J', W.
(IH ho licit itiunliK, Gov, Johiirmi,
ufid lilKti I'ultoHi Uywy, I
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Ueorjru W. ilooro bus challungnl
Alfredo Ho Oro fur the Jortlnn Lam
bert trophy, emblematic of the ehiui'
plonsblp of the World, at thrro-ctndilon
rarrom billiard., and has drosltiM $11KI
In stipiHHt of bis cb.illcngc with tho
Moore Is ttie holder of tho record of
13. the highest ruu ever made at three
TO DEFEND BRITAIN
LONDON, July 7 As a dofcne
agal!it atai-kH by air craft the Mrl
tlsh government todnv decided to dot
the coasts of tbe llrltlsh Isles with n
series of towers, each armed with
two iiulch-flrlug guns of spccla'l de
sign. complete rlrclu of tuners N
to bo erected nriiund naval stations
such as Portsmouth and llosyth and
at oilier specially fencrablc points.
STRIKE FOR MORE PAY
PITTS HI IK!, Kan.. July 7.--One
hundred ninl fifty traiumcii of the
Jopliu & Pittsburg railwa, an In
terurbaii line which connects Pitts,
burg mid Jopliu with several other
cities in this section, striutk for
higher wages today mid tied up Ihe
Till: IIA.VCi: OF DKATII
at tiii: isis tii i:ati:k
I!ceauno of Richard's Indolent
habits, Mabel refuses to marry him.
To show his ability to mnkn nood, the
boy loaves for ono of tho South Sea
Islands as secretary lo tho (J. H. cote
huI. Itlcbard. meota Sahkl, a native
dancing girl. Shortly afterwards, he
makes her his wife according to the
iintlwi rites. Hulil;!' heart almost
breaks when Itlcbard later lolls hur
he must return humc. Although he
promises to return shortly, Ihe boy
forgets Hahkl when he mots .Mabel
u-Hiu his return to tliu nlatus. Mabel
agrees to marry Itlcbard. On tho
Island of Maultnlu, Hahkl, with bur
new-born babe In her arms, wults for
her lover's return.
Laii(;baum, a theatrical manager,
co i lies to tho Island and sees Hahkl
dancing before Imr child. Tho man
Induces her to como to Amurlra and
go on tho utiiKe. Hecausi) It will
take Imr near Itlcbard, Hahkl leaves
Iter home. Naliaku, hor sister, goes
Thu iiluht lioforo their wedding,
Itlcbard and Malml go to tho theater.
Itlcbard Is thunderstruck when he
dlsvera Hahkl on tho stage. The
weird ilnnco scores a tremendous sue
less, Hahkl Is compelled to respond
to tho dumand for an encore.
Just as the music commences, bur
eyes rail upon Itlcbard, Intuition
tells her he has proven faithless
Hahkl throws herself Into the damn,
holding the audlenco spellbound, At
the climax, she raises her knife and
pluiiKes It Into hor heart. Conster
nation relKiis when It lu discovered
that the "Dnpco oft Death'.' Jms ended
In grim nmllty. Itlcbard hastens to
the dressing room. ' Ha clasps Hahkl
In his arm's just ns shn breathes her
last. Nub nk ii urlnily places his child
)n tho man's arms, Thus Miihol find
him. The rnnioriio.strlclten.iimn tolls
her the ilroisdfii story. Filled wltii
pity, Mabel lakes thu Infant from
Hlcliurd's arms and prppilsp to love
It us thuiiKh It were lipr own.
John A. Perl
A. S. Ilosenlmuni, who returned on
Tuesday from Pot (land and as a i
suit of his experiences saN thai if
tho people of Jaeksou county who
traxel umko it it praolieo to place it
few Juekson ooitiitv booklets in (heir
suit eases or grips ami leave u lw
in tho oliM'tviilInu oars or Pulhuuu,
wheio thev will ho road hv tho
through travelers, much good will re
sult. Leaving Poitlaml last niylil,
Mr. llosonbaum left si of the Jaok
miii county booklets in tho ohervn
tiou ear. This mondng tin passen
gers wen asking tho potters and
lirakomou when thev would roach tho
llogtu llivcr valley. Tho brakeiuon
tinned several of tho iiupiiiers over
lo .Mr, lloxonbiium mid found them
anxious to leuru of the valley, uud
was husv from Graiils Pass to Med-
ford pointing out the different sec
tions mid telling id' crops olimalo,
hunting, fi'hiug, mineral, water uud
Tho booklets can ho had for tho
asking at tho Southern Pacific pus--euuer
of I ice. It is udveilisiug that
costs us nothing ami can but result
in much good.
NOT GUILTY PLEAS
BY PLUMBERS' TRUST
DKS MOINF.S, la.. Jnlv 7.- Pleas
of not guiltv were today entered in
federal court before Judge Smith
McPhotxnu for each of tho Ihlrly-
six officials and members of the
National Association of Master
Plumbers, recently indicted on
charges of conpirucv in ro-trnint of
trndn in violation of tho Shcnimr;
None of tho defendants appeared
in court in person, tho pleas being
tendered by counsel. Judge Me
Phprsiui set the ones for trial on
December 8. The federal grand
jury indictments were returned Juuo
I last. All of Ihe defendants are
at liberty on bond. They reside in
Iowa, Illinoi. Wisconsin, Michigan,
Minnesota. Missouri and Nebraska.
tests of linking pow
ders disclose, tho
tact that Aluminum
Compounds a used
are morn wholesome than
Cream ot Tartar or Tar
taric Arid used III the, old
time Trust powders.
Wrllo uu lor copy of If. H.
llullclln No. III.'! Dcpt. 'of
Always iniu price, 2.'c pound,
CUKSCIJNT .MFG. ( Hcalllc, Wash.
ROGUE RIVER RANCH
tlO .xuies Froui Medfonl
1 louts mill Tennis
Hates 1. 50 per day, 17.50 per week.
Passenger rates I3.C0 ono way, by
Crater Lake Auto Htago
For -Further Information Wrlto
PAIL II, OI'DVKK
drive my own car and
give good sorvico at
E. A. GRAY
25-R5 OR 882-R
Paul's Electric Store
MRS. H. L. LKAOH
82U North Burtlott.
Phono fitfJt M.
L E I N
MAUL' IN ML'DFOUI)
Next duor to First National Dank,
Is thu Number ut tho
Medford Taxi Co.
Office Wilson's rii;ar Ploro, First
Door West First National lluuk
O, V. MYKIIH .VJ J. C. CAKH
Kvorj garment cleaned by im Is
made sanitary and clean with our
Moilcm E(iiipmcnt and
Wit are uhle lo glvo you service
Hint Is only sislblu to got lu tin
I'hono a 1 1. Wo will call.
Auto Service to CraterLake
l.vo Mitilforil Mondnvs. Wmlnos.
days and Frldns.
I.v. .Medford Motel K.00 a.m.
I.v Holland Hotel S.0.'. a.m.
I.v. Nash Hotel . ... N:I0 a.m.
I.v. Kaulo Point . .... K: Till a.m.
I.v. Derby 9:30 a.m.
I.v. McCloud . . 10. 05 a m
Arrive at Prospect . . 11:30 ant
I.v. Prospect -13: IG p.m.
Arrive at Crater Lake . . 1:30 p.m.
Itcturn trip not run on schedule time.
Hates for side passenKers
Iletw'u Medford ft Caclo Point f I 3.'.
" " Derby . 3 3fi
MrUloud . ... a.30
" Prospect .. 5.60
Piilon Creek n.73
Crater I.nke lu.00
Hound trip to Crater Lake IH.II0
When no side pnssonKers on
Derby route, will ko by Trail
by sin-rial arrnuKomeut. Fare
to Trail 3.00
Parlies wishing to go fishing up
ItoKiiu Hlvvr can go up one duy and
return ttio next.
HALL TAXI CO.
COI UT HALL, .Mgr.
Of flio Phone Hill. (Jsnmc Pliouo UKI
The Popular Drink
('s Ifoi'islt'tl Uaily in Mod
ford. It's ISIciidcd in Mcdl'm-d.
.It's the IickI. in AlfMliord.
Wliy not uhu iMotllord Cul-
Jf you cxixjct to build up
your town, iiho Iioiiio ro
duclH. ilc your grocer and
insist on lii.s .sending you
The Riteway Coffee
208 East Alain Street
Tlio Only lOxcliiHive
in Roiilliern Oregon
NegallveH Made any llmo or
jdaee liy ajipoinliuout
We'll do Ilia mi
V 1 liBctmsivr
Wiilno-day and Thuisday
Drtnlol Piolnuiiil Offers thu American
In the KMpilsllo Production
"TIIH ItCDKMPriON OF DAVID
Kpeclal Auitmentod Accompnnliumit
III Ceiili AilmMoii III i'eH
Photoplay Tucdny and Weilnesdiiy
The Dance of Death
Kalcm two reel Fonture. Featuring
I'ATIIi; WCCKLV NO. lid
Comedy, With Alice U'nuliluirn and
,MVi:NTCItlnC KATIII.VV Ml, II
THEATRE J i
Cool, Coinfortnldi, Well Veutllntril
Monday wuil Tuoday I'cnluro
Till: SUA COAST OF lUHIK.MIA
ItOAIS AND ItO.XCItS
PfltHCIT OF HATH
WHKN SMALT. WVKA
PACK TIIKATKIt OIICIMTItA
Mr. Harry llownll, Director
Aulli I lie
Ctory Kieiilug Tll.1 O'Clork
Wi'docMbiy. and TburiMlny
.MI.'IH'IIA.NT OF VIINK.C
In Four Parts
No Ch-iiiRv In AdmlMilon for This lllg
Wood, Shingles, Shakes
Unvo your orders at tho L'ast flldo
Wood Yard for tho winter's supply
at reduced prices,. Delivered any
1 1 mo,
.111 tlnst .Main Sticcl
Every Day Is
Provided you have (he I'lrjli,
and our l)iiniiii's i.s to Hiip-
ply ihe fish at all iimcH, and
we do it. Clioiei.'.st on Ihe
The bent thai Mwiuis. '.Pry il
MEDFORD FISH &
UNION FEED AND
ii " .f i 'i it",
312 South Rivei'Mido
h, ( ririHivn, roii i