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ITBDFOTITJ WOT; TRIBUNE, MED70RD, ORKCION, THPRBDAV, JULY nt 11)1-1.
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JUNE SALISBURY, LEADING LAD Y WITH GUY BATES POST,
IN "OMAR, THE TENT MAKER," AT PAGE THEATER, AUGUST I
AT PERSIAN PLAY
present young ruler, bellowed upon
thn nrtiit nml Mni iIcuccjuIiiiiIk tho
pcrpeltml title of the khnu nml de
creed bin holdings in Permit fito from
igmi lioliU Hint whero tho ngent of
nn cxireff.i roinpiiny left peucho con
xigncd to plnluliff nt tho ruMileueo
of plainllff's wife, from whom plnln
tiff wn separated, there, wna no
lirnper delivery, nml plaintiff may
recover from tho carrier, tho fruit
having spoiled before it wax ten
dered to him.
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EXPRESS COMPANY MUST
DELIVER TO ONE ADDRESSED
DKTHOIT, Micii., "".Inly 0.- In a
derision the supremo court of Mich-
Coliiiml I "in nk II, liny, father of
electrical development In Honthura
Oregon, wrlUm (roni Karlsbad, Aim
trln, advocating llio iIhM'I(iimiiiiiJ of
Ashland minora! apt Iiir, nml cltlitit
Karlsbad iih nu Instance of wlinl thu
nprluR run lm mitilo to ilo for tlm
HuRUo river valley. IIIh letter fol
low Karlsbad, Juno S.',
Kdllor Mnll Trillium;
I mil kenpltiR In lonrli wild your
unction of llui country liy reading Him
..Mnll Tribune, whlrh In forwarded to
in tt every wook, I noticed your ar
tlclit warding inliiornl NprltiR l
Ashland. I nui Rind jou havo taken
It lll, MM that rail lm made oimi of lint
most beautiful plarva In OroRou and
attrart n Rreal innny people.
I am rotullng you nil data I cnn
Kit I her on Karlsbad. You wl unto
tlmCt n 1704 thoy only liml 27.1 per
son hero for Hip. euro nml In I (MS
they had CK.ono for th corn and In
addition to Hint nliout 200,000 vlsl-torn.
In tlm morning when you ro to tho
liot wntnr iprliiR between fl and 8
o'rlock, jou will see the street lined
with 20,000 people nvcry morning
diirliiR tlio season. Kach ono of
these persons, who nru taking tho
euro pay (aw to tlm town of from
13 to i I On plnco. Thin I failed tlm
music and corn tax. Thin money li
used In keeping up tlio 90 inllen of
wak through tlio woods, nud I mint
say thiy nro very attractive.
You will find n Rreat drill of tho
dntn I send you In Herman; In co
oii mn't rend Herman, call on JudRo
Ton Vulln or Dr. Itrddy. Thoy nro
hoih pood (larmnn scholar or at least
I think thoy nro, a I Imvo seen
thrm rat n bushel of Wiener Wurst
nml Sauerkraut. '
You have nothing to do hero but
sleep, drink hot water mid oat very
little. All you havo Rot to do U
tnkn euro of yourwlf nml rest, nnd
Hint can ho dono nt Ashland as well
n any oilier place; hut thny wilt Imvo
to hulld flno walk through tho
wood, nud Rardcu cafe nlotiR these
walks, not for tlm purpomt of drink
Iiir hrr hut coffee nml hot milk,
Thero am nhout 15 such Rnrden cafes
here. ruuuluR every dny, whero
scarcely nnythlnic hut coffeo mid
milk U consumed. In' nddltlon to
jour walk, you will Imvo to Imvo
plenty of nrromniodatlon nnd will
Imvo to ndvnrtUo thnl tlm water will
euro rhnumntliii, roiiI. stomach trou
hle. Insomnia mid no rorlh,
I think tho wholu valley ought to
ImohI for Ashland spring n well a
tho Kouthorn I'Aclflo railroad. It
would ho n grent thliiR for tho Houllw
oru I'nrlflc, nnd I nin ntlflod that
Mr. Rproulo will do hi part, If he
ee thn people In tho valley will help
tho project nlonK. If )ou atari In n
iiinll wny, you will oon e, Hint
outMlda rapltnl will romo In, nnd put
up Urpo hoteU mid honrdliiR houio
Tho hotel I mu taliiRdii horo, tho
Imperial, In olio of tlio fluent I vra
ovor In, nml hot run, You will
notice a plcturo of l In tho book I
Hound thl town thoro nro factor
ies, which inauufuctiiro porcelain out
of keollno, nlno Rlnn. Jncc nnd won
ted of tho very flno.t kind, nud
hardly any of tho peopta vUHIiir horn
RO nway without liuvniR from ft tin
to IHOOO or $1000 worth of Reed,
TIiIh I what tho Horuo river vnllcy
iieod. ho nil of you rIvu It u puh.
tllvo my roRnrdM t nil Intjulrliii:
friend. I nm,
FKANIC II. HAY.
Tho Hoiithorn OrnRou Chitulniniuii
opened niiilclouly In Anhliiml
Tiiumlity, tho lultlnl Httrnctlou liolmt
llio (UilrnKo (Jleo cluh. I'our coiuo
cutlvo nppeiirmico of thl ormmlrii
tlou did not provo to ho ii nurfolt or
u Reed thliiR. Tho vornllllty of tho
cluh la inch thut Ha Indlvlduul mom
hor nro co,unlly nt homo In both
vocal nud Itmtrumontnt Melvctloiia
Very plenvliiR prelude to thu Init
two concert wrro Rlvon hy MU IMnu
Uiwo, n render or uioro thuti oidlnary
Today wa the Kniiia reunion nnd
former renldeut of tho Hunfluwnr
rtnto were pieout from nil over tho
valley. It wa nlno tlm flmt dny of
tlm MIiiIiir CoiiRroM, which I IicIiir
held In tho V.M temple, attended
hy dnlcRRtca throtiRlioul territory ex.
tendltiK from Kenttln to Kan i'raucli
Friday will ho (Irnntx I'bhh.OIiIo
day, nJiwi tho cIohIiir elon of the
mlultiR conRroxa will orciir. 1'ntroin
nro looklnR rorwnrd for rare trout
at tho Imiid of tnlnnt from (Irantt
I'brk and Medford on their respective
day, 1t I only necen-ary to re
uiember tlm fenit of munlrnl ami lit
erary Rem which wore no freely he
towed 1))' tlm nelRhborliiR cltlet nt
the taut year' ienibly. Medford
will ba hero In forco July 16,
A battalion of manly boy nnd a
bevy or brlRhl Rlrl nro In acllvo
trnluliiR under tho direction of Prof,
Hnvlmore, nn old tlmo Instructor of
the )ouur folk, Tho profeor U
more than n physical director, bo
Iiir n Rreal favorite with everybody
for hi Rental iualllle, Kavtmoro'
' circuit'" ha been a chnutatiqua utar
attraction for year, nud thl eaon'(
event on July IC will rival the offorli
or former successes.
Tlm maitnRomcnt this season hai
furthered tlm policy of entertaining
Ita visitor. Thoec niipenrliiR on tho
proRrmu nro considered n iKtmonat
RiieslM, nud extra effort Imvo been
mndo to render courtesies In lino
with n deslro to mnko their stay In
Southern OreRou as pleasant a oos
lblo, Clllten In Reneral nro nldliiR
In this movement.
Tho grounds never looked finer.
Chautauiiin park Is nn Ideal sylvan
resort mid Is rapidly flllliiR up with
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ALTON STEEL COMPANY
ALTON. Ill,, July 9. Tho Alton
Hleel company, which ceased opera
tliin a week ago, becauso ll could
not roI profitabla price for Its out
put, wa placed In thn nnnds of a re
ceiver today on application of bank
holdliiR 1200,000 of It bond. Tlio
compuny I rnpltallicd nt $1,000,000.
SHIPPED BAY SIATE
Wiiiuuu rniu.'h yentenluy shipped u
reRixlereil HerUliirit how pl to Jus.
Iv. Illeiler ill lloxlniry, u Niiburli of
lotou, MitKri,, Hiiyrt tlm (limits I'iihs
Courier. An fur iih known, thin in tho
1 1 I'M ciiHii of 71 puro-lircd pl heiiiR
liliifil I iy nu Oregon breeder lo u
eiiMniuer iih Inr euht us iMuhhiicIiuh
eltn from tlm l'lieltio to tlio At
liiullit. Atony rcRihlereil liox Imvo
I'omit to (ho went I idiu the oiikI, hut
tlm liiln Iiiih now liiiiied, nml Oregon
U Niiipln hor iVKihtrit'd HerkHlilnm
lillo tlio ciihlern HtuleH, TIiIh pl ih
inteiihcly liuo-liretl to MiiHlerpieee,
Premier l.ouufellow nml I, mil l'rc
mler, iiuiiieMlouiilily Jim I lire o IichI
Iiiiiii'h lliui Urn llmkulilie lnecil Iiiih
piniliiceil. TIioho nro tlio hlooil llneft
upon which Mr. Hleu Iiiih lnii'.l IiIn
I'liiniiliilloii htook, unit which huh en
ulileil (lm Wiiionu liiml In well their
young- Htonk even IiIk eiuly Into nil
purl of Oh'hoii, nm lulu U'iisIiIuk
Ion, MiiiiIiiiiii, liliiliu, W'yniiiliiK, Uliih,
Culll'iiriilii, uiul now im fur eiil t
MiiMiteliUNittlM, Hiiik apieiiliudf llio
I'uiiii of llio Hokum VhIIi'V Hflkolllii'M
over, M kuoiI mrlliM of lU tuiRlluwnl,
Master ilurold Jncob urrlved tho
first of tlm week from Council Hluff
to spend u year on tho Jucoba ranch.
Ilurold. n lad of ten )eurn, made
thn trip iilnnc.
Mr, uiul Mr. O, 1). Wolvorton woro
Ornnls Pus visitor Monday.
Prof, Hoddy citino down from Hit
Reno retxtntly to spend tho niimmor
vacation on hi ranch on Hlvcnddo
Tho MIhkoh Huth nud Mury Will
luro nrrlved Snturdiiy from Council
llluffs, Iowa, nud will Hpeud tho Hum
mvr nt tholr much homo,
Mr, nnd Mr, a, II. Allien enter
tallied tho Misses Wnlluco at dinner
Kuiidny, tnkluR thorn for mi nuto
rtdo nftorwnrdH through thu Tnhlo
Hock nud ARiitu district,
IttvorHldo upont tho Fourth In nu
IdeUl way. A cool nud ahndy Hpot
near u Htreiim of water tributary to
Koot'a Crook, IiIrIi up In thu nioiiii
tuliiM. A Ioiik tublo hud been Impro
ved which loaded with tho best of
Reed thliiH to out, sovornl froosoi
of I co cream woro nmdo and lomnnndo
by tlm tub full. Much rrdlt wuh duo
Mussra. QruutMuthow, Kd HoIIiir,
uiul McQiiolt for thu comfortably
Heat, tho table, etc., which thoy had
mailo ready for tho comfort of tho
crowd, Tho followiiiK families woro
thero, milking about CO peeple: Hit
Ho, Porter, Jacobs, Sload, Aldon,
Woolvortou, Krauk Klllott of Mod
ford and Mr. W, A. Klllott, Mc
Quoit, llaru, (Irani, MiiHiowm, Chap
pel, Hhort mid Chiiiuplalu, Kd Hoi
Iiir mid Mr. Aiidorsuu. Alt votod
thoy would llko to repeat thu Reed
tlmo sumo Hum diirliiR tho numrnor.
Mr. nml Mr, h. J. Miller welcom
ed n lilt lo fcon to their homo Monday,
June I'D. "I.oiiln" U hiiulliiK u Ruml
Dutch niimo to rIvo Hid younmler.
I)r, Wood wan culled hurriedly Hun
day ovunliiR lo iittond Mr. (Ilimii
plulu ut Urn homo of her sou, Thu
rum proved to ho cii( lmtl(ietoi)
iiml shu Is rupldl recoverlnu.
Mr. nnd Mr. A. H, I'urry and
Mr. and Mr. Joo Under spent tho
fourth nl Ashland.
Win. Ilruln of Talent wa In Med
Joe Under was In Medford Tuck
Mr. and Mr. W. 0. KnlRhton or
KiirIo Point celebrated In Talent the
Mm. P. i:. Furry, Mr. A. Henrn,
Mr. M. M. Scott, Mr. A. Moor and
several other nro cmnnlnir. at Ash
land diirliiR tho Chaulaiitjua.
Mr. I.utlo Stmicllffo of Phoenix
was In Ashland Tuesday nttcudliiR
Mr. Otto Carter of North Phoenix
was In North Talent Monday after
Prof. Ilelmcr of tho Talent experi
ment station ha been under ' tho
wonlhr Hi past week.
Water pipes havo been connected
no with tho Talent city water and
carried down a far a J. V. Hub
ert ulaco In North Talent for iiho
upon tho hlRhway In puvlnc.
(Iticit at C. Caroyri Sunday wcra
Mr. and Mr. II. 0, Shearer of Med
ford, Mr. and Mr. W, (5. KnlRhteti
of KnRlo Point,' Mr. Jane Clcmcu
Mr. and Mr, Art Hoo wore caller
at Mr. Under' Tuesday oveulnR.
S. S. Stephen of Talent wa In
Medford Saturday with freh vcro
tabic for tho Medford market.
Mr. Jano Clcnieu of Medford has
been vUHIiir nt tho home of Mr. ami
Mr. C. Carey tho past few days.
Kim also visited Mr. Otto Caster and
called on Auntlo Stout, rcturnliiR to
her homo Wednesday.
W. K, Anderson of North riiooulx
tells of a llttlo bantam lieu that hnn
more pluck than any lion yet heard
from, Last Thursday Mr. Aiidcreon
heard u uolso nut In tho shod whero
tho llttlo hen was scttluR. On roIur
out to co what -It wa. found tho
hen holdluR a weasel by tho head.
Sim tried to scaro tho wenncl but tho
llttlo l)o,ii held on until Mr. Ander
son killed It.
Talent' old fashioned Foil rib of
July la over mid everyone who wa
thoro I stil talkltiR about tho Reed
tlmo. It ha boon estimated that no
les than threo thousand persons
woro at Talent durtnR tho day. Noth
Iiir occurred to mar tho plousuroa of
tho day. Although tho Titiunt ball
team won tho game, no unpleasant
nhout Iiir and booHtlng wa Indulged
In. Kveryono tried to make visitor
welcome, and nu grafting wuh allow
ed. KverythliiR Hold wn Hold aa
reasonable us at any otiior tlmo.
(iood order wan maintained at tho
dance at night, and In tho grounds
during tho day. Much rrodlt U duo
tho llttlo city for curryhiR out no
MueeosHfully her first Fourth of July
celebration. Her llttlo park furnish
ed an Ideal place, mid wuh beautiful
at night with bundi-eds of electric
ALONG ROGUE RIVER
Miss Knld Mlddlebusher was an
KsrIo Point visitor Monday.
Win Davis and Jaklo Hagsdalc vis
ited relatives at Trail last Friday.
Mr. Julia lleaiidrolt and Misses
Kdna and Gladys nro tho Rucst of her
mother, Mr. Mary Martin and sister,
Jasper Hannah was In Medford on
Friday having tome dental work don
A number or people went up to
Hutto Falls on, the excursion Sunday.
Haying Is still the principal occu
pation of tho farmer hero.
Uono Hollow lis tho finest look
ing piece of corn on the cast side of
river and Will Houston's Is tho best
on tho west sldo.
Tlm jicoplo from town lined tho
banks or tho river tho Fourth with
fishing nnd picnic partic. They
came In autos, auto trucks, hacks,
enrt, horseback, bike, motorcycles,
wagons and somo even walked.
Kd Woods or Paeedcna, Cal., Is the
Rticst or Mr. and Mr. Harry Howard.
The picnic at Trail was an enjoy-
able affair and a largo crowd wa
present during tho day and a larger
ono attended tho dance. In tho af
ternoon a nlco program was rendered.
Ono of tlio best features ot it was n
star drill given by 18 young ladles.
Thero was horse racing and buck
ing contosts. Tho program follews:
Star drill by IS young ladle.
Hccltatloii, Gwendolyn Houston.
Hecltatlon, llcatrlco McDonald.
Song, Lynch quartet.
Hecltatlon, Kathleen Hole.
Hecltatlon, Johnnie Hagsdale.
Ducts, Gladys and Kdna Heaudrolt.
Hecltatlons, Allco, Ada and Opal
Song, Horthn Applcgato.
Hecltatlon, Doris Hlchardson.
Itceltntlon, Autumn Lynch.
Hecltatlon, llattlo Johnsou.
Heading, Vcrila Lynch.
Song. Lynch quartet.
Heading. Kfflo Ossman.
Solo, Mlsa Scott.
Heading, Mr. McDonald,
Sitccch, George Lynch,
Sour, America, by tho audience.
Mr. Howard was up to John Iloiu
Frank Houston of Klamath coun
ty Is visiting his parents, Mr. nud
Mr. Will Houston.
Miss, Fern Dally of Medford Is tho
guoHt of Miss Ida Houston.
Davo l'enco I a loosening all of tho
road grade and It makes a big Im
provement to the road. Ho ha Mr.
Murray go ovor the road once ,i
week and throw out tho looso rock,
Mis Helen CrcRor returned to
Sams Valley with hor mothor, Mrs
N. Crogor Sunday
Hoy Wlllctta mndo his last trip
Tuortday a Kaglo Point-Persist mall
carrier and Mr. Trusty began Wodnes-
day to carry the mall.
Mrs. George Fry and Volma re
turned from Grants Pbbs Tuesday,
Hlinlili'iodiiliiiiu it Hound like
una of thoHi' pliircK ill llio cmerulil
title you K" lo in n jiiuiitin enr. You
never would HiiH.'ii for ii moment
Mint the combination liml iinylliiu to
do with lyle.
Damn I'lixhion Iiiih xliotrii n liking
for tho vnriety of chitumeH worn in
Pernin. Tlno Pcrxinn coHtiimcH, in
turn followed in InrRO port the ile
hiii'i drawn hy a family with the
oiitlnmliHli nrimn Klinlibooilncliimi.
Hut in Hie iirocc-H of trniihition the
ilcwins have varied wlihtly from thu
Now we nro to Imvo nn opMirliinilv
to compare the real tiling with the
vnricticB worn liorcaliouln. Memhem
of that xnme Pcrsiun family Slinli
booilau'lilau Imvo executeil the cim.
tumen of it Jlromlwiiy KiiccehK. This
i "Omar, the Tentmnker," Hiclinfl
Walton TullyV xpoctncuhir Pcrxinn
love play, in which Ouy Hate Pot
romcH to the Pnc Ihenter, AuiriiHt 1.
On the program one inny rend thnl
the coHtumcH were designed bv Krie
Palter, the famotiK nrtitt, and made
by court tailor to the lute Shaw.
It may he milled that the eotuines
nro the mott beautiful ever hcen on
the American Miicc. The men in
question arc hoirn of Haroti Hairajxi
Khan Shahboodaghian, lemfer of the
fiuhious in PcrHtii, who in bin cHtnb
lishment in the city of Urmia ha
created the roatly eunneiitx wont bv
(ho Persinn aristocracy. Muzaffcr
elileen Slinh. the trrnndfathcr of the
tiV-- lO crntM n yonr dealer. 1
Jr 1 ,,Bnn',ukr4ou.fi,ntiijth( at your dealer. X
XMJrCS F. F. Hamdoi k So J1t)
You May Have Enough Money
for your present needsbut look ahead Into the future,
and you will seo tho wisdom of a surplus fund Do the
right thing now start an account with us and de
posit your money regularly.
Ve Interest paid on savings accounts.
OVER 2 2 YEARS UNDER ONC'MANAGt MCNT
AN 1NVKST3IKNT IX
Hequlrcs careful thought and tho proper confi
dence In a firm, to warrant absolute satisfaction.
To noto the proper comparison you must Inspect
them from a large and well selected stock, such
as I am able to show, la this way you becomn
thoroughly familiar with values and feci as
sured of safe and economical buying through my
Diamond Setting anil Kngravlng Done Here.
MxRTIN J. REDDY
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Wo are having aomu uioro warm
Tlm Fourth of July hold at Palmer
creek grove wa a grand aurco,
Mrs, Kntlo Ilyrno Is roIiir to loavo
with hor daiiRlitor, Maud, for hor
health In California. Sim will bo
Hono all mi miner.
Frank, Cameron has his fjrst crop
of hay In tho barn. It I In flno
It. P, Phillip mid family havo
roiio to the lake to spoiid their vaca.
V, W, Ouly tiiHtlu a trip to Jackson,
Mr, Kubll of ApplfKHlo wtmt to
Cinnabar Springs to spend a week or
H. II. Stephenson went to Medford
recently for lumber' for tlio Palmer
Fort McKeu has taken his stand on
Palmer Crvek Knob aa forest tint
Tho fish nro suffering In tho Apple-
Rate now, Analom are at It day and
Henry James made a call un frluudi
A I Ik lit ho,wor fell Monday even
ing, Mr. MUiulu Kdward wa down
from Silver Park and spent (he
Fourth with us,
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