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Ull. TliS Medford
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North Kir trM tsltphont 7.
Official fspsr of Ihs City ot MJford.
jurriei) Paw of 'Jack-son Countr.
Bntvrid seoml-cliss roatttr at
Medfnrd, Oregon,- und.tr the tot et
March S, !.
Ona 7iar, by moll ' ft. CO
t)n month, by mull ,0
1r month, dellvtrod hj carrier In
MfMirom. jacKsonvina ana tt
trsl folnt .
Palurdny only, by mall, per year. 8.00
Wtt-kljr, per yrar.n . , . . l.tO
Full I-cascd Wlrts AMtK-Utanl lrcss
Dully mM-KRfl fur nix man tin sndlna
nCtmr SI, 1913, SUM.
WHh Mctffor 8top-0?e
CRABS GET WE
Mose, Hnrlulull says lie will liring
no more sen, ernln to hut Medfnnl
friends on returning from hw trip
to the coni. 0i l)U late trip to
Knrvkn nml Crcccnt City, tlie one
Hint proved so diNiilrtu to Old Dee
Yuk, lie thought St would bo n fine
thing to enrry tome of the jrneoast
delicacies home to his Medford
f 1 ic nds. Consequently he caught n
large incs of ernhs placed them in
n hot in the trusty ear mid ulnrkil
home with them.
On the vrny to Jfedford occurred
the distrcsinc ncculcitl to the cur.
Some delny vn brought nhont, hut
Mose, still tniKtins in the cnths with
h henrt full of krndnet for hi
Med ford friends loaded the crea
tures into nnothcr car nml en me on
into Medford. f
Hut Moec's friends didn't enre for
crab. No, thej didn't cat crabs.
The wife thought it wns cruel to eat
the little creatures. Most trotted
around to one after another of hi
friend nnd recived thq wimo indite
nffiwil an to the cralx. At lnt he
decided he would liae uothinp more
to do with the creature ami dumped
tltem in a box behind Weekt & Me
Oowan'it store. , A complaint was
filed by the Ann and Chief IlitUon
discovered them there, nfer n while,
with true detective instinct. He
found who wnn the prevlou1 owner
and requested llmt Moe take care
Mose didn't care to look another
crab in the face by this time, but he
obeyed the chief, lie took the crab
and fiticd jhe into the yniveipify
club's nuued caHiac cans, near the
Mil Tribune office. A complaint re
sulted in Mam, the steward, dN
cwimiu all rcpiiihbility. Chief
Kittson found them nnd again Moe
was kivwi five tmmiti'f, to take them
away, lie did.
The efficiency of the fire patrol
system was plainly shown lnt uiht
in the short time that fire fighter
rV)iired to reach the scene of the
coullatiratiou in tho Willow Spriuc,
district. According to Mr. Foster of
the forest xervice, reports that it for
est firo wiih racing in the Willow
JjitriiiKH district wits sent in from
four different points within a com
paratively few miniile of eaci
Mlcports were received from lona
people, from tho lookout nt Itusscl
peak, fifteen miles east of Hullo
Fjllls, from the lookout on the limp
(fm divide and the one wct of A-plej-nte.
These lookouts are Kill
'According to the lalql report re
ceived nt the forestry service, the
fire is not yet completely under con
trol. Two houses nml some rniij
fields, nro Hlill threatened.'' A( 0
o'clock last night n woman liing in
the Willow Springs district telephon
ed to the forest service sayin-r that
the firo had burned over two square
hoi oi territory nnu was spreaiiing
START SUIT IN EQUITY
' AGAINST NEW HAVEN
pEV YQjlIv, July 18. Suit in
ot'iuily )vns iiistituled liere today in
bejialf of certain miunrity Ktockhold
W of ho fovv Ytir&hiaw' Jlaven
jj union; rutiroau .iwhiiisi iiireclont
o'the "road ipitl- tlil'orjHunlion, to
injjwpel tieu to 'answer chniges of
N&lriilmluilruiou nnd mUiise of
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MBDFOnD PRINTING CO?
LOOKOUTS SIGNAL '
PEOPLE tiro tlying bv tlio soore in the middle west nud
Atlmitie states from heat, and the residents of the
Rogue River valley are grumbling because of the annual
hoi spell, A comparison shows what; little basis there is
for dissatisfaction, or fault-finding with fho weather.
The local thermometers in the heated period of the
day I'liinb Up to TOO and over. The percentage of humid
ity (averaging 10 per cent) is slight, however, so the heal
is' not oppressive alid causes no suffering. The nights are
always cool and comfortable, there being a drop in the
mercury of nearly HO degrees between the day and the
Tn the oast, the morcury seldom climbs above J)0, but
the percentage of humidity runs 7." per cent or greater,
and the effects are always oppressive and frequent lys fatal.
The night shows only 5 degrees drop from the day tem
perature and is as stifling as the day.
The present hot spell is an annual occurrence. No rec
ords have been broken or are apt to be. The thermometer
in years past frequently climbed as high as 110 degrees
and in recent years has topped 10.0, without tiny instance
of sunstroke, prostration or death being recorded.
The local weather records for twenty-five real's show
.Tuly the hottest month of tho year in the Rogue River
valley. The mean of tho mhxinnun during this period is
87 the mean of the minimum 54. 'While the mercury Fri
day reached 10T.4, it dropped to f7 the night following.
We need the hot weather at this season of the year as
much as we' do the frost in w'infrr and rains in season. All
the crops on orchard and farm need it. and we should
thank the Lord for the summer sunshine.
PAHIS. July IS. Mine. Cnillaux,
wife of the former IVoneh premier
of France, will be taken tomorrow to
tho conciergerie adjoining the mlaec
of juttce, to await her trial beginning-
Monday for killing' Oaston Cnl
mette, editor of the Figaro, March
The prisoner is to be lodged in the
cell occupied in 1902 by Mine. The
reto Humbert, while under trial on
charge of swindling the French pub
lic out of several millions of dollars.
Madame Cuillnux'x health appear
ed today to be much better than
when she was arrested in March. It
is reported she intends to apply for
n divorce after the trial, whatever
its outcome, n she' is said to consid
er that iiy so doing she will show the
greatest mark of her love for her
husband, since bv remaining with him
she thinks she would prove nu obsta
cle to his imlitteal career.
The tnnl is expected to last nt
least "five days. The space in court
usually occupied by SH'ctators is to
be given up nlmost entirely to news
paper tnen, HU of whom from var
ious parts of the world have been al
lotted places in the pre box. Odd
ly enough, the sent immediately be
hind Mine. Cailloux's poitiou in the
prisoners' enclosure will be occupied
by n reKrter from tho Figaro.
Women arc not to he allowed in
tho public section of the court but
n few places hnvo been reserved for
them in the passageway leading from
the jury room to the jury box.
Soma commotion was caused to
day in legal circles by the report
(hat the authorities intended to place
strong detachnrcnts of municipal
guards both inside and outside the
palace of justice in order to prevent
tlit wlsibilily f lii-turlmuces, ns it
has been slated that the royalists
intended to make u demonstration.
Detectives wearing barristers' gowns
nud caps arc also to he stationed
about the court.
WASHINGTON, July 18. PrcM
dent Wilson took n short walk today
through the business section of the
iiijy and attended, to some biisjiu'ss
at "hi iak. His nppearniwe tolliiu
ing i;s it-cent blight illness ntlj-acjed
much' attention.' He gnvo no his Us
ual Saturday morning game of golf
nml remained in bed Intc. Appar
ently he hail entirely recovered from
his iiidigcftjou. IJe plaiiuri) to see
IK NOT NEEDED
COLUMIH'B, Ohio, July 18. Tlmt
tho situation in the mlno utrlko zon?
of llelmont county la.ugt auch. fo
would Justify sendliiR utato troops tn
that vicinity was the substances of
au o((lcal report today Governor Cox,
Tho roport was madd by .Major llaro
Hush of tho Ohio National Ouard,
who has spent several days Investigat
ing conditions In ami about the mines
In Ik'lmont county,
BEGINS NEXT WEEK
BEDFORD MATL TRIBUNE,
I.AUKDO, Texas. July IS Tho
constitutionalists' alleged attitude
toward the Catholic church tn Mex
ico has resulted In an unusual situa
tion today In Xuovo Laredo, Moxlco.
opposite hero. Weddings, baptisms
and uven funerals for Catholics either
must bo held without tho customary
rclfclous services or elie. thono ser
vices can bo obtained only after un
usual difficulties. The Catholics nro
awaiting tho outcome of an appe.il
to General Carranza to chango the
Soon after the occupation of Nuevo
I-nreilo by tho constitutionalists un
der aor Sato, bo ordered the occu
pation of the Catholic church. The
priest. Father Iglcslas, was deported
to tho American sldo. Tho church
since has been used as a barracks nnd
civilians have been refused permis
sion to enter.
Women ot prominent families re
cently petitioned Colonel Murium,
constitutionalism commander to give
tho church to the public for a primary
school. Murlcta answered he would
not permit tho building to bo used for
any purpose other than as a baracks
nor will the priest bo permitted to
return to Nuevo Laredo.
Catholic residents aro without re
ligious services and tho only clerical
services they can obtain aro thoso of
priests from tho American sldo of the
Miss Alice Hecruft Is attending
Chautauqua In Ashland.
Itov. J. Carlo and family spent
part of the week In Ashland attend
ing Chautauqua, -"
Mr, Frost arrived here a few days
ago 'front 'Alaska to spend tho sum
mer with hla family.
The W, C. T. U. will meet with
Mrs, S. j. Cojk! next Thursday after
noon. vTlio. Hop Problem," will bo
Tho I'aclcflc highway workers aro
now at work on tho highway within
the city limits,
Geerge: Croy has sold out Ills stock
of groceres nnd dry goods to a Med
ford firm, whore they wilt b'o re
moved. Mr. Croy has not yet de
cided where ho will cnaago In busi
ness. Miss Nelllo Curves and Miss Good
of, Ashland wore callers in town on
The I'hqenlx W. C. T. V. hnd
charge of tho "ftound Tablo" in the
Chautauqua at Ashland Wednesday
morning. Dr. J. K. Ilalllle, of Phoo
nix, gave an address on "Oregon Dry
aijd Natjonal Prohibition," and Dr.
Parsons of iUugeuo, discussed the
'Hop''' question. As Dr. Parsons has
lived for several years tn tho hop dis
trict ho was well prepared to handle
his subject. Ho said that only two
per cent of tho hop crop was sold In
the state, over half of It , being
hipped o Europe- and tho rcniajnder
to othor-states. " Ho further slated
that the land now used for hop grow
lug would produce better paying
crops such as corn or alfalfa'and that
some of the hop growers already had
grown weary of the uncertainty of tho
bop markets and wero raising crops
that paid better. Ho also brought
out tho fact that' one lircwory In
Portland In advertising Its brand of
beor stated that It was mado from
Imported hops-not Oregon hops,
rEDFORD. ORISON. SATURDAY, JULY 18, Ml-
MAKING PLANS TO
The committee ofj the Hood KoniN
convention to ho lield in Medfotd,
July iir-'JS, spent .yesterday inter-
lowing some of the merchants nud
mi-lug funds to defray the "expenses
of the meeting, and met with sue
ees. The committee seemed tho opeil
house foe the two days' session nud
have made arrnugementM for the Page
orchestra to open the meeting with
seveml selections of unfit. The
committee nWn nrvnngod ycterdn
with the Ashland Indies to enteitniu
the visitors July ilS, when an excur
sion to that city is contemplated. The
committee i now working on plan
lt decorate tho bridge and park by
Hendniturtcrx will he opened at the
Medford hotel for the information of
visitors who aro expeeled from nil
the Paeilie coast slates. Mr. linns,
the secretary of the if-ocintion, is
in iceeipt of letters from inttiiv who
nro coming by way of the Pacific
highway, nud from 'mayor who have
appointed delegate to represent their
cities. Twenty speakers nn sched
uled to take the ro-trum. The meui
ber of the flrentnr Medford club
lime offered their assistance nnd will
entertain the- visiting Indies. A move
ment is n fool to have an uutouio
bile imrade on the evening of the
All citircn of (southern Oregon,
pnrtieu'iiirly tho-e of Jaek-on county,
nro requested In extend their uiiu
courtesy l the visitor. Arrange
ment will he made to have the vis
itors taken through the valley by
nutos nnd Iho-e liming enr are ask
ed to help in this re-pccl. Arrange
ments will n No be made to take the
guests over the Siskl.vons nnd let
them see what progress is being made
tin the road. The.'jrth the new road
between Medford nud Central Point
will he open and trips of inspection
will he made over tin portion of the
1 10 RAILROAD
PRESIDENT IS SHOT
ST. I.OlllS, July 18.-Felix R. An
derson, nssi-taut to the prc-idciil of
the St. Louis Terminal Ituilroad as
sociation, was shot today by a man
who entered Ins office nml ilemuiided
to see President MeChesuey.
Mr. Anderson u shot in the left
shoulder. The wound is not danger
ous. Mr. Anderson asked h iitor his
biisiiicsf, nml refu-ed to let him see
the president. The mnn thcu-drcw a
revolver nud fired, after which he
ran out of the otfice ami dfap
j At the Churches j
. .Talent llaplft
Itov. Mr? V. T. D. MacCulloURtf,
H. A., pastor. Morning worship 11
a, in. Evening worship 8 p. m.
Corner Eleventh and Onkdate.
Masses 8 and H):Ro.
Christian Doctrine !i;4.,
Ilnptlsms '2 to :i. '
Evening devotions 7:30,
Services nt .Ion Lutheran, r.12 y
Fourth street, will bo conducted In
German nt 11 a. in. ,ln English fit
7:30 p, m,
Hlblo school fEngllsh) nt 10 n. m.
Come nnd worship,
First llapllst Cliiirrli
Sunday morning Dr. MacCullougJi
will glvo a special study of tho church
In France. This week being tho
12Ctli anniversary or thp fall of tru
Ilastllo. Freedom's Natal Day, "Tho
Church In Franco Is a Warning (o
America," In tho evening ho win
speak on "Tho Dpvll's Country."
Como nnd hear for yourselves.
Oitkdulc Avenue Methodist
Sunday school at 10 a, m.
Preuchlng n a. in. nnd 8 p. iji.
Morilng. subject, "Abraham's
FaithV'' ;Evenlng, "Tho Followers of
Illblo study and praor service
Thursduy evening at o'clock. Como.
! .-StfPK rr?'
Jpiil A. Pf?rl,
I'hoBos M. iff 7Ji
AuibuUae sltwlcs Dmtjr CorOMf
to these dnfvlecs, Strangers nvo wcl
come, H. M. Iliauham, pastor.
Preaching nt it a, m, by the pns
tor, W. P. Shields.
Preachug at 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 10 a," in.
Y. P. S, C. H. at 7 p, in.
Klniltirgiuton nt It a. tn, All are
welcome, especially the stranger In
Corner Ninth and aljdale, Harry
E. Tucker, pastor, '!
Services Sunday, morning ttermun,
"Tho Powers of OmwUii" i:dnlng,
Tho Persuasions That Piuvall,"
Sunday school, l; HO.
0. E. at ? p. in.
Mid-week prayer meeting ;Thurs
day exciting at S o'clock. We, Invito
ou to all services.
First Cliiirvlt of Chi 1st, Scientist
Sunday servltt at II o'clock, miht
Jert, "Life." '
Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting a't S o'clock. All nro curd
Sunday school nt 10 o'clock. All
under the iiko of 20 aro welcome
Heading room In church edifice
U30 North Onkdale, opn from t!.10
to 4:30 dally except Sundays and boll
Medford Methodist Episcopal
church, corner of llartletl and Fourth
streets, i:. OIn Eldrldge. pastor,
services Sunday ns follows1 I'rench.
lug It a. m. and 8 p. m. Mornliu
subject, "A Spiritual Highway '
Evening, preaching by Itov. M. C
Iteed of Portland.
Sunday school Including adult
ible classes for men, women nud
Epworth Leogiie. CIS p. in.
Prnver meeting Thursday evening
Excellent music by chorus choir,
under the direction of F. O. Eduiends.
Siveclal features for Sunday as Ml
In the morning n quartet composeil
of Mrs. Ashcrnfl. Mrs. Phllbrook, Mr.
II. A. Canndy nnd Mr Edmeads. wi;l
slug. "Jesus. .My Savior, Look on
Me." by Ncvln. Mr. Clnrenci Meek
er will sing. "The Vesper Hour." by
ttrnckntt. At the eveuluK service tlm
chorus wilt sing. "There is llolj
r. ... 1,IW nml Miss .xinnu.t
v,nj, ) ....-... -"- ...
Palmer will lnR. "Abide With Me "
MRS. H. L. LEACH
32G North Bartlutt.
Phono SOS M.
Wood, Shingles, Shakes
Lcavo your orders at the East Sldo
Wood Yard for tho winter's supply
nt reduced prices. Dellvored any
At I East Main Street
Get Your Next Suit of
A .MADE AT
L El N
Algo Qc(inng, Pressing and Allorlng
ROGUE RIVER RANCH
HO Mile From Medford
Honts nnd Tcniil
Itates $1.50 por da, ?7.&0 por week.
PassotiKor rotca 3.Cf 'opo way, by
Crater Lake Auto Htago
For Further Information Wrlto
VAVt, it. epdyki:
T'-di'ivc my -own rr nutl
give good sprvH'p ill
Ol a. gray
25-R5 OR . 882-R
&&& iSB&t sup KK V
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DUCK, (OJIAH.) .MIMIHAY
Is Driving for tho
Medford Taxi Co.
Your Dullness .Will Ho Appreciated
Mr. Murray has driven for Ila
Taxi Co, for tho past III tiinntliB.
fthonUltir7 -lionsl V2i)
5imi'o Nibs 10
Slnlls 151 iiihI 3-1,
The Proof Is In
Try oiji,)ito Cronin oin'P nml
bo co'hvhh'imI. Wt linvo n
blHlHlViriH'tlHtl 1IPW SjK'CJnl.S
wliit'b wo tiro .serving in onl'
piirloi'. I'Voe (lolivot'itjs 7 n.
hi Iti '2 p. in.
Cnramol Ico Cronm
PAIACE OF SWEETS
Every garment cleaned by us 1
inuilo sanitary and clean with our
Modern Equipment nutl
Wo am able to glvo you service
that Is only possible to get In the
Phono 'J It. Wo will call.
STOCK OF TIRES ON HAND
Call and get our juices.
MOTOR CAR CO.
208 Knsr Alain SI rent
in Sonilioni Oregon
Negatives Mado any time or
plaeo by nppointpiept
AYo'll do tlie rest
E. D. WESTON, Prop.
Auto Service fo Crater Lake
l-cavo Melford''Moiulaii( Wedhoa
days nnd Fridays.
Lv, Medford Hotel 8:00 a.m.
I.v, Holland Hotel 8;0S a.m.
Ly. Nash (Intel ft! 10 a.m.
Lv, Eagle Point K'GO a.m.
Lv. Derby P:.10 a.m.
Lv. McUloud 10.05 n.m.
Arrvo at Prospect ..,..11:20 a.m.
Lv. Prospect '1K p.m.
Arrive at Crater Lnlio..,, .. 4:30 p.m.
Iteturn trip not run on schedule tlmo.
Hates for side passongers
Uptvs'n Medford & Eaglq Pout tl.SG
" " " McCloud S.fiO
" " " Prospect B.G0
Union Creole. C.75
Itouiid trip to Crator Lake 18,00
When no sldo passengers' on
Derby route, will go by Trail
by special arrangement. Faro
to Trail ., ... I.00
Parties wishing to go flsplng up
Itogiib ltlver can go up one day and
return tho next.
HALL TAXI CO.
COPH'r HA LI,. Mgr.
Of firo Phono HI. ar''Ku I'ln'iio II HI
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' Photopln)N Pihlny nml Hatiinlny
The Perils of Pauline
IS' THE NICK OF TIME
tUPTALV KID THE HOLD
('(lining I Siimliiy
The OLD I'llll.' IIOIt.ME AND THE
Two Heel Comedy
Cool, Coniroi'tablo, Weil .
1W1 ATU?TAY X in I IT
7 : 1 .1 o'clock Until Midnight
III SOX FUATUIM',
THE OLD COBBLER
A MILLION m PEARLS
A BOOB THERE WAS
Spocial Saturday Night
Page Theater Orchestra
Hurry .Unwell, Director
Castlu Wall; Trot.
Tango u la Chile.
Queen of the Movies. Selec
tion. Von Won My Heart. Qnu
Step. He Is a Devil in His Own
Ma I'onletie, Uan.se Cabaret.
Tho "Fnl misl.
Ilv the llemitifnl Sea.
Hoar tho Latent
Adults l(h Children fie.
Hvery l'lvening7:ir o'CMoek.
UNION FEED AND
112 South Riverside
EPISCOPAL DIOGEBE OF
FALL TKU.M OPENS
September 23, 1914
Granmioi' School and College
Preparatory courses School
estate tJoinpritfos 100 ueros of
fortjlo jnuf I.' Complola gyiu
niiHliiin, ayinpung pool, in
door and outdoor titlllplics.
Library, study halls, compe
tppt ' iiistruoUon in fill
branches. Semi fyi' rutofj
and booklets "Whoro loys
nrd trained to think.''
BISHOP SCOTT SCHOOL