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MEDFORD 1vTAlX TRTBUNW. MEHFOUP. OKKCtOX. WtiPNIfflOAV, JTTIiV S, 1M
MEPFORD AIA1L TRIBUNE
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MKUrOUD 1'niNTINQ CO.
Ths Democratic TImqs, Tho Mfdfonl
Mall. Tlio Mcdfnrit Tribune. Th South
irn OreRontnn, Th Ashlnnii Tribune.
nrrica Mnll Tribune Ihillitlnir, :5-!MI
North Plr street; tclcphcmti 75,
OfrklO rtxr of th City of Mariford.
Official Ppr of Jsckson County.
Kntrre-4 s rcnndrUsi matter at
MetUnnt, OrcRon, ntiJcr the act of
Huron 3. 17.
On yrnr. by malt 18. CO
On month, by mail ..,. .SO
Pr month, iVoltvered by esrrlar In
Meiirorti, jacKsonvius una cen
ftaturiUy only, by mall, per rear. 3 00
Wklr, per year. , - .. - 1.(0
Km 1 1 licasod Wire Associated IYcm
WMi MwKor rHop-Or
LONDON. July 8. Frcddlo Welsh
lightweight champion Of Hngland, last
night oulboied Wlllto Kltchlo. the
American champion and on tho rcf
tree's decision won tho llghtvv eight
championship of the world.
The fight took place at Olympla
and tho eight thousand spectators
wlttiosfcd a fast and clever bout. Hap
Id foot work and a good deal ot In
fighting wero pronounced features.
Tho British victory was cheered Jo
tho echo although there was sonic dis
satisfaction among tho American
spectators at tho decision, because
neither man was bested at tho finish.
Although Welsh scored tho greater
number of blows, those of tho Amer
ican appeared to bo tho more- telling.
Fine Holing Inhibition
' It was a fine exhibition of boxing
throughout. Neither man went to
the floor and (he struggle during the
last six rounds was ot a hurrlcano
character. Welsh was the quicker
and tapped Ititchlc repeatedly on tho
Xaco, finally drawing blood. The
American tried continually for a
knockout, but cither lie was short,
or Welsh got Inside, or under the;
Ritchie broke down when tho de
cision was given against him ar.d was
In tears when he went to his dressing
room. Ho refused to talk then, but
later, at his hotel, said:.
Kltrlilu ItcftcntH Decision
"1 do not intend to make a holler,
but I do think the worst I should
havo gotten was a draw. Welsh wa
holding all tho time and I was doing
tho righting. Therefore. I think tho
decision was not fair to me."
Ititchlc hurt his right hand In tho
bout, but otherwise was not much
damaged, except for a few bruises on
All tho old timers are agreed that
tho contest Has one of the fastest and
finest exhibitions of boxing witnessed
in London In recent cara. Sotno of
them expressed tho opinion that
Jtltchlo would have coino out on top
In a finish right. Tho Welshman's
footwork mid dodging wero far quick
er than tho American's and ho pre
ferred much of the timo to get to
closo quarters where Jtltchlo couM
not uso his powerful swings. There
was altogether too much holding
throughout to plenso tho English
(JMHCOW, Scotland. July 8. An
attempt to destroy tho collogo nt Ar,
vvhnio Hoburt Hums, the poet, M
born, January 25, 17S;, was made
just beforo du) Unlit toilaj by two
members or u militant uuffrcgetto
The two -women were surprised by
h night watchman as they wore In tho
act of placing largo bombs ugalnn
thy doors und windows or tho poet's
birthplace, which is venerated an n
vhrlno by the Scotlsii nation. Tho
.nmn captured ono of tho militants
but tho othera escaped.
VOTES FAIR DISPLAY
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DECISION ON POINTS
ONTR of the divoraioiis of tho present political luunpnitin
.is the merry win being wajt'd upon ho "ethienl dental
trust" by "tMiiiless Vavlcor," an advertising dentist, who
has flledw ith tbe secretary of state an initiative hill whioh
provides that a dentist shall he allowed to practice in Ore
gon upon filing with the secretary ol' state a dfyionia from
a reputable collude and an affidavit from two citizens tes
tifying as to his moral character.
Tlio originator of the bill claims that he is a graduate
dentist, has practiced dentistry for twenty-five years, has
been licensed to praotice in the states of New York, Maine,
Pennsylvania, Illinois and California, as well as Canada,
but that he is refused a license by the state dental board
because he advertises.
"Without discussing the merits or demerits of this par
ticular case, it is interesting to ascertain just what consti
tutes a "quack." The bylaws of the Oregon State Dental
association thus defines the ethics of the professien:
it Is unprofessional to report to public advertisements, cards, hand-bills,
posters or sign, calling attention to peculiar stles of work, lowness ot
prices, special modes of operating or to claim superiority ocr other prac
titioners. lt s unprofessional to publish any certificate In public print, or to go
from house to house to solicit and perform operations, to circulate or recom
mend nostrums, or to perforin any other similar nets.
It Is unprofessional to publish any puffs, description of office fixtures,
or nny biographical or other sketch containing any rctcrcnco to profes
It is unprofessional to distribute, or cause to bo distributed, to ths
public nny circular or pamphlet on professional matters which contains any
advertisement or boars the name or address of the dentist Issuing it.
When general rules shall havo boon adopted by tho monitors ol the
profession practicing In tho same locality. In relation to fees, It Is unpro
fessional and dishonorable to depart from t lie ho. except when varlntlon of
circumstances requires It. And It Is ever to bo regarded ns unprofessional
to warrant operations or work as an Inducement to patronage.
The word "quack" is thus defined by "Webster's:
A boastful pretender to medical skill; an empiric; an Ignorant prac
titioner, lloucc. ono who professes skill or Kuuwlcdgo In au matter of
which he knows little or nething: a charlctnn.
According to the ethical standard, any dentist who ad
vertises is a quack, regardless of education, capacity and
workmanship. The mere fact that he goes after business
instead of waiting for business to sock him, disqualifies
him from association with the profession.
This theorv of the ethics is an anachronism. The mere
fact that a professional man employs modern methods for
his business is no reason for professional disqualification.
Many reputable and qualified dentists have discovered
that "it pays to advertise and that thereby they double and
quadruple their income. The fact that they advertise does
jiot make them quacks any more than the fact that the ad
vertising of the tooth-tinkering quacks makes them den
tists. Tho dentist who carries a card or an advertisement in
his local paper does so not only to increase his business,
but to jshow his oommunitv good will, doing his share to
support one of the community's necessities. Tt is absurd
to apply the term "unprofessional to such public-spirited
The dentist's income is limited by the output of his
hands. To produce most, he must be busy every hour of
the day. An idle hour means a loss of nionoy. It is a duty
he owes to his family and himself to keep the public await
ing him, instead of his awaiting the public. Advertising
is a menus to this end.
Dentists are wrong when they attempt to prohibit ad
vertising and brand it tho mark of tho quack, because it
is not. There is a field for dental advertising good, clean,
legitimate advertising, that will increase the dentist's bus
iness, familiarize the public with the care of the teeth and
awaken the masses to the necessity of proper dental work.
Moreover, the difference between the legitimate prac
titioner and the quack can be so clearly defined in the pub
lic mind that the advertising of the quack will no longer
yield him a golden revenue.
Advertising can and should be made an aid to the legiti
mate dentist and a protection to the profession against the
The ireM!iit cummer marks the for
tieth auuvcrcury of (lint mo-t 1N
tinetivcly American institution, the
cliaulauiim. In thin connection it
tx of Intcrcd Hint tlio pant twelve
months lune uitnexsed (ho greatest
ilevrlopinent of the climinu'iim moe-im-nt
in till it lii-tory.
There lire 8(11) more ('liiiulauiims
in the United States thic cummer
tliuu there were in l'JKI, i'nrmiMii;;
the grmitl total to uhout i'XHK Mote
(liun 2200 vf litis number are liclil in
(t'titH. In fact, tho mont important
mid far-reaching innovation Hint hu
come to thic movement miic Iheintio
ductioii, about hcvcn jears up, of III.
tnivelinjc lent or "circuit" ('luiutiiii
(iiu, 'which someone 1ms ctslol "the
luct won) in popular education,"
Thic new 1'nctor hml iU iiu'qUion
in tlic west, firct imiiriinu Mimic
cola, MUcouri tint lown, then cprcail
iny into Nebraska, KnnuK and Colo
i ado, In tlio middle wect tho tntv
clin lent Cliuiilumjuu umclo ile debut
ill Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, (Vnnc.vl
vanlu ami .Michigan, and Inter in (lie
couth in (lour-in, Alabama, Tenuec
eve, Kentucky, Oklahoma anil 'JVxuh,
This ciihon jn J'ew Yoik, (hu duto
In wliifli (lie ('liautiiiiiim idea i in
itiated, there will he ut tenet twenty
fie circuit CiaiilaiiiiiiiH,
Thin enr the (.'liiiilaii(iiu feiicon
licnan a month earlier limn annul.
Mining opened in cilice on tho couth
cm ccaboard in late Apiil, it will clone
hliniilfnui'ouhjy in l'ciiiulvnniii,
Ohio, Mii-liipui ami jml of (lie wt
in r!e.lrmliii', TliU coe will he jin.1
in ilmu for (lie ainiiiul nocIiiI and
liiihiiM'ktf Killicilnft nf Ihu Interna
lliiiul oiKiiiiltiltioii of lecluicH, inn.
cleiliB litiil fill Ollifl-n Intficti'd In
mir Aliii'ili'iui foiiim tiM M'iicciili I
IM Ha1 fdmmi ami I'IiiiiiIiiikiiki Tic
u;icf i(H iMf MM l (jv ll Hi
Is Forty Years Old
place of tlio Chautauqua movement,
Anion;; llii lecturern, Mr. Ilrjan re
ceives Hie (irc( !f'i.)() and one-half of
all the single iiiImicnioiiK over .'0(i.
Vice-I'recideat MurchaH'c fee is .T:tdl)
Kenator Ja Follctto nl-o receives
.:!()() per lecture. Lccdircnt vvlio nro
engaged by the year receive from
MOOD to .tI."j,0D0 for bolli Leeiini
ami ('haiitaiiiiia work, the exact
amount ilccmlin upon their fame
I'lul drawing power. It is estimated
that nearly .fH.HM),0l0 in anumtlly
epeat for Lyceum and L'luiiitautia
Approximately VJDD men are aniii
ally employed nu Chaiitaiiiiia cupe
inteiidenlH, eleelriciniiH, piopcrty
men, head uxliers ami tickct-takurs
laroiigliout tho enure country. Nearly
."1)0 are cmplocil iih advaucu men
and morn limn 1000 iih talent. The
coIIcjib hoys vvliu comprise the tent
crows receive, from .rl7 In $'JII a
week, their railioad fare and nii;lilly
lodgint;. I'lom "The ('liiiiilniiitia ol
Today," by Frank McClare, in I ho
American Review of IJeviewH for
CONNER WINS COUNTRY
CLUB TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Ily defoatlng V, Chnndlpr I'gan on
illy i, Iloiidluot Conner won (ho sin
kIoh leunlv rhumplonshlp of tho Med
ford (lold and Country club (1-3, (M,
4-d, C-l, Conner won tho rirst two
NC'tH, I:kh tho third and Connor (he
John A. Perl
I'lHiHeN M, 41 and 47J ,
SAN KUANCISCO, Jul.v S Decid
ing thoro wns "rensonnblo doubt" its
to guilty connection of AUoruea
Norman U. Cook and W. A. S. Nich
olson, ot this city with tho alleged
Oregon land fraud conspiracy. United
States VonunlMloner Krnnrla Krtill
today ordered their discharge follow
ing hearing nt to removal to Cortland
for trial on the basin ot an Indict
ment relumed nt tho Oregon metro
United States Attorney Clarence 1.
Hon me, of Portland, was present
when tho order or relenso was made,
lie had coiueutrd to the order as to
Nicholson. There are other Indict
ments hanging aver Cook's head and
to him llcnmcg said
"We'll get j on yet."
Cook nnd Nicholson, along with
about SO others, wero Indicted after
an Investigation by tho Tutted States
authorities of Portland nnd In this
city Into (ho locating of thousands or
persons on tho 2,300,000 acres ot
land In Oregon, the title to which
hns been In dispute between the gov
ernment nnd tho Southern 1'aiiflc for
many jears. According to tho pro
secutor, tho promoters, "locators"
and lawjers netted about $3,0110,000
by a conspiracy.
Nicholson nnd Cook were nrrestol
In the latter part or prll nnd had a
long hearing Inst month They as
serted nil along (lint whatever the)
did was simply In the lino or legnl
business, such as la filing Applica
tions nnd that thev refused to evnu
do that when thev learned there
might bo romo fraud connected vvllh
STATE TROOPS QUELL
IMTTSUritOII, I'n July S - In
tense excitement rol!ow-d tho first
daylight disorder of the Westing
houso strike when William Strang, n
foreman In tho drctrlc works, was
stopped by a croud ol men as ho ap
proached tho shtfp by an obscure
path, ills skull was fractured by a
brlrk and he wa otherwise Injured.
Stnto trooim wero hurried to tho place
and thren arrests wero made. Cap
tain James immediately widened hit
linos nnd mounted troopers through
out the mernlni: uoro patrolling ctcry
street leading to the different plants.
The Liver as Aid
To Blood Purity
The Natural Stimulus Re
quired is Not the Pur
Mort PJI Ara Btttw U TkB Away,
Important a It In kerti thn UjH in,
Ir MioiiM ( rrtnrmtK-r"! that aurli artluM
il.M-a not nrcrMarlly mran thnt tli llrrr
liaa Ix-rn alltniilalM) Tlir artluil of H. H, H
la a natural llrrr tonlr, lit nut Isiwrl
uiutvr- It worVa In III llirr rrllt tn SMlat
lu tlw natural ancl nrvntnrr funillon uf
mnrrrllni; from h l.lwl o-rlalu mnMltii
rnt Into what ara known a aulmlUlitn
pr'Hlucii. Tlc ri r'S'H'y alrlHl Into
Hit- loxly ll"f lit rinutantlr irull new
aut liralllir man rial tut Hint wlikh U
itae ilrarrojrra by I lie rntrgy of tlim
Tin prMncc nf any hlowl trnuhlr nstur'
nlljr aiiex'(ta a hlumUli llrrr, Imt Here la
ritiulrril thc mrillrlnal pruiifrllra ttlilrli,
iiHin rt-aclilnu Hie llrrr, allll rrlaln llirlr
ralalylle rorrirr In kirn on through tho
IiImmI tlrrulallon In ili halite with liuiur
HM whrrrrrr Ihry majr hare actllnl.
Illifuuiatlmii, ralarrh. nurmla, moat akin
dlwaiuni nnd ol In r rvanlu of Impart hl'ml.
wIiIIb liupllrallue thn liter lr tlulr cmrlilil
liillurnmi, are qMlikljr rliokri) y HUH.
Ita artlmi throiiahit I In IiIimmI rlrrulallun
ntulla In Uih atlumlallon of I lie tUmi rrlln
In Hie healthy ami Jnillclima ail'c(l(in of
lliilr own rsuntlal uutrlnicut
. rMi ran net H H H. In ny dru store,
(ut Intlat upon havliiK It,
Tk u (hanrn liy nnltlinir anrnne to
rrromiiieuil a aiilmlltutn, Alu If rntir Ioim1
conillllou Is aurli that you wnnhl llk to
commit a mierlalUI eililrinK T)ie Hyrlft Hue
clOu Cuiupuny, .'i'il Hwlft Jtldi,'., Atlanta, (Ja.
STOCK OP TIRES ON HAND
Cull mu uot our iji'lcci
MOTOR CAR CO.
TRIAL ON CHARGES
r -" .
WEEK, OCTOBER 25
DK.SVKH, iVIo., July K llnroli!
K. Iltmwood, under sentence of ileittli
for Hie Klllinu' of (Icoruo K. t't'l'v'-
laud, wiM denied it third llinl today
by I ho' stole Mipiiue com!. 0'
luiiil wtm I'ntiillv wounded May 'J I,
lllll, when llcnwood nhot S Neuter
k Von l'hul, St. I.ouis neroiiaul,
in the barroom of n loenl hotel.
The death Hviilenee iuipomM by llie
lower coutt Is nlTnmcd and il N
oidercd to be enriictl nut tlio week
beginning- October W, UUI.
The -hooiac eicnted it 4'iimtttnu
in Denver, llcnwood and Von l'hul
hml ipinrrelcd over lellcr wrillcit to
Von l'hul by Mr. Isahelle I'altemon
Springer, the wife of John
Sptiuger, u weulthv xtoektuau nnd
hunker. Lett tliuu two weeks nfter
the Hhooting Spiiuger wan uivcit a
At hiit firM trial llcnwood vvim
convicted of second degree niuidcr
nnd xeuleiieed to life iiupiisouiuciit.
Hie Huprcme eonit sninted u now
trial, which rexulleil in n first ilogree
Keep the Kidneys Well
llenllli In Woiili Saving, ami Some
MiiHortl t'eople Know Mow' lo
.Many Mcdfnrd people take their
lives In their hands by neglecting lh.
kidneys when they know these organ
need help. Weak klilnevn aro r
sponsllilo for a vast amount of uf
fcrliiK and III health, but there Is no
need to suffer nor to remain lit dan
cer. Use Doan'd Kidney l'lllsfn
remedy that has helped thousands of
Tho following statement leaves nu
ground for doubt.
Kirn rnold. ApplcKnto road, Jack
sonvlllo. UreKon, sa)s: "My back
bothered mo for five or six months. 1
had n dull pain throiiKli in kldnejs
ami the kidney action iK-rnuio Irro
Kiilnr. I had to Kct up at night on
that account. 1 was told to try
Dean's Kidney l'llls and did so with
flue results. They soon rid too of
n)l thn nllmonts. My kidneys havo
bothered mo very little since."
I'rlco .",Pc, at all dealers. Don't
simply nsk for a kidney remedy set
Doan's Kidney l'llls the saiiiu that
Mr. Arnold had. Tostcr-MIHium Co.,
Props., Uuffalo, N. Y,
Sell Riiarantccd hosiery to friends
nnd neighbors; 70 per cent profit;
mako 110 dally Kxpcrlonco unncccs.
sary. Internatlnnnl Mills, box 4029,
West I'hlladclphla, Pa.
Wood, Shingles, Shakes
Leave oiir orders at tho Kast Slilo
Wood Yard for thn wlnlor'n aupply
at reduied prices! Delivered any
nil l.'nkt .Main Klrret
Auto Service lo Cratt r Lake
Lonvo Medford MoudiivH, Wudueo
dnya and Kridiiys.
I,v. Modrord Hotel . 8:00 a.m.
Uv. Hollnud llotul .... 8. OS a.m.
I,v. Nuali Hotel ... 8:10 a.m.
I.v. KhkIo 1'olnt .8:00 n.iii.
Arrive nt I'rospoct
S, I'rospett . ..
Arrive nt t'rntor duko
J I ; a o
Iteturn trip not rim on schedule timo.
Katim for slda passeiiKerH
llotw'n Medford & KhkIo I'olut tt.iin
" " " Dei by K.'JG
" " " Mt Cloud ;i.ro
H " I'roHpuct r.no
Union Uron).. 0.7ft
1 Crater l.uke. 10,00
Ilounil Dip to Crater l.uku .. 18,00
When no side jmeiiKcrH on
Derh) routit, will K b Trull
by spoifiil nrrHiiKeinuiil. Khio
lo TimII U.OO
I'urllcs hIsIiIiik (0 HO flMllllltf up
Hokuii ((Ivor cun in up ono duy uiul
rcluni tho nct.
HALL TAXI CO.
(Ol MT II Dili, Mm.',
WH t'lmiiy IW, (MMfr ritufitj UN
"HUNCH" FAMOUS , , ,
THE NATION OVER
Checrfutcst Chnrnctrr That Ever
Smoked a Jimmy Pine or
tlolleil a Clnarctlo
lli'L-liinliicr touiolrovv. thn IIIOHt
tiuliiio and luteresllim heriim of nd
vertlseiucntH ever printed In thoo
columiiH will appear at rcuulitr In-
tervulg. U u all about rrltieo Albeit,
"thn national Joy ninnko" tobacco
This publicity Is notable from the
standpoint of rendltif; Interest and II-
I'rlueo Albert advertlslni: ban
IniiK Ikhoi n feature of the country's
mauailnes and It Is so orlalual and
appealtuKly humnn In both text and
Illustration that people ovoivvvltorn
follow It with keenest Interest.
You read It (In thn laiiKuaito of
Prince Albert) "for what alls vou"
mid It will help you to "hear tho
bees him and tho little birds sluu
early in the a in." Tho IntiRUhKu Is
so hnppll) ii.itunil and so iheerful
that to read ouo advertisement makiu
)ou feel ou want to read more and
more. Just an vou utaloutly await
new chapters of n tonlluued story.
There's n lot of quaint humor In
tho "cop)" and oddity and human
Hess of expression. Il sccuK to "In
ject some real sunshine Into vour
svatcm." That's becnuso It's Junt
natural talk about how Reed Prince
Albert really Is,
Tho It J. Iteynolds Tobacco Co
have received thousands, ol letter.!
about their advertlslni:. I'olks Just
seem to net "hnpp)" over It. You
Illustrations aro a unhiuo ns the
rcndliiK matter. Home of the great-
est character artists in the country
have contrtmiteii to mis now eerie.
It lll Interest nvcrytmo to know
that tho odd picture printed herewith
was named "Hunch" nnd Is prnbablr
tho most famous of a loin; scries of
notable Illustrations. You know
him' That's why bo's so popular.
Hu appears lu larce slo In one ol this
now series or nds. Ily the way, we
rj.onnlltf n.ltnil llm It. .1 ItnVllollU
Tobacco Co wheJlior "Hunch" vva
sketched from life or was Just
created." Wij (oiiml that "Hunch"
docs not exist In real life.
It Is said that when thn nrtlsl was
Klvon his Instructions ho was told (
create a hapictur."who tlvsd lu a
small country town, who was nlwnys
at tho station when tho train rami-
In. know oven body's bushier; better
than his own, wiw always broke, with
money 'Just In alKhl's hnppy notttrod
and Just kind of Khid ho was allvo If
ho had his Jimmy pipe nnd a tidy red
tin of Prlneo Albert."
"Hunch". wan tho rtsultl Now
bo's famous nil over tint nation. Tho
series of aU that starta tomorrov
will cerlnlnly Intcreffynu,
ROGUE RIVER RANCH
till Mllos From Meiironl
VU and Tennbi
ItiUoH $1.50 per day, $7.50 per wouk.
PaksoiiKer rntos $.1.00 ono way, by
Crater l.ako Auto Blaco
I'or Further Information Wrlto
I'Allli II. OPDYKi:
Fm- iiutllnii up all kinds of pickets
and especially (or tabic use
We carry this in bulk
Give It a Trlnl
SrnyiH1 f)or Cuvl n 1 Nullum
yfll tKtT Mt aaaaaaV
Wetlneidny nnd 'Ihiiisthty
Daniel Krohlimii Offers iho Ainerlciiu
In the i:uulnllu Piodiictloit
"Till! lllIDHMPTION OF DAVID
Hpcrlal AiiKiuented Atuoiiipiiiiimeal
III t'ents AiIimInxIoii 10 Ceutit
Pbotopbi)M Toidny nnd Vdiu-.diiy
The Dance of Death
KhIviii two rel IVattire, Fettturjiut
A TIMF.IiY HATH
Coined), With Alien Washburn ami
Hen' t lioriay
ADVIl.VTI'ltS OF KATHI.Y.N Ml. 1 1
Cool, C.uiifi'rtalile, Well Ventilated.
Wcdiiiodn) and 'UiiiimIh)
iho spcciAi. nanitK'
Merchants of Venice
All Htnr Produrtlou
U'd by Phlllpt Mmallny and I.011U
I'Adt: iniivri:it oiiciikstiia
Mr. Hurry Howell, Director
No chaiiRo In Admission for this bli;
A1I11IU 10 (ViiIn Clillilren 5 Cent
The Ciiole-t Place III .Mc.lfnrtl
Hvery l.'tenlm; 7:1.1 tt'Clork
Wednesday, Thurlay Nlclit
THE OPEN DOOR
1 Two Itt'ti llronubii Fuature, tho
I'sumlo PrudlKul Itetlauio
ADHIIT IN A IIIO CUT
lut lu Comedies, Hast In Projection,
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