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JKEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
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MUDKOUD riUNTINO CO.
Tha Democratic. Times, Ths MeJford
rn orcgonian, The Asinami Trunin.
Mall, Tim Medford Tribune The. flouth.
firrino Mnll TMhun Itnllitlnif. lS.IT.lt
plorth Fir street; telephone i.
Official Parr of the" City of Mcdford.
Official IMpcr of Jnckiion Count r.
Knterctl a sccond-clsus matter at
Medford. Oregon, under the act of
march . lift.
On year, by mall IS.00
One month, by mall .o
yr month, delivered by carrier In
aiemoru, wRCKouutuia iau -u-
Dlnt .. , . .60
Katurdny only, by mall, per year.
weekly, pr year
Full Icn!Pil Wire AwUi1 lr9
Dully average for alx montha tndlng
necembor 31, lJtJ, tS0.
With MctlfoH 9top.OTr
ALL FOREST RRES
I'ORTLAND, Oro., July '21. All
fire in fnrc-t bm-li anil slashings
were under control tlimit.ulinut Ore
gon (fidny wilh little dniuzcr ot doing
further dnmnge, ncconlinsr to officers
of the Oregon Forv-t Hre nwiein
tion nnd tho United States fere:
wmoc. A loroe or men n sent 10
' Oswego, jut fonth of here, tndny
to help o.tliilguiili the Iiru-li fin tlini
li:i been confined to n fixed nrcn
None f the nriou fire reported
in Oregon during the lnt fivo day
have dime dnmntrc of consequence to
timber, ironiit nction by fire fight
ers "keeping tho flames confined to
undergrowth. The nw-,t serious sit
uations were reported fnun Clat
sknnie, Columbia county, nnd Knnp-
p:i, Clat nop county, nenr tin) mouth
of the Columbin, but both of these
fires Imvc been checked. Although
most of the fire1? were outbide the
nntiounl forct bouudnries, United
Slules Funsters co-operated with
the Flute orguniMtion nnd with res
ident in combatting the flnmes.
LOWEST WATER ON
Hugh Mitchell, formerly fih eul
turist for the United States bureau
of hatcheries in chnrge of hatchery
work on tho Itoguc river, now sta
tioned nt Mainl, Cab, was n Medford
visitor Tuesday, lmvlng returned
from n brief vinit to the Klk creek
hatchery, lie reMrtg the lowest wa
ter in Hogne river ever recorded nt
this .scnwin of the year, nnd tho
witnnesl in temperature. The water
is 'lower than nt Iow-wnter mnrk in
October of mo-.!- years, nnd nearly
two feet lower Mum nt this dute n
year ngo, due lo tho light fcnowfall
in (he mountains nud rain deficiency
f i Pill
In fan :M
The Dcroo Orocery company, near
IIo(cl Medford, was hurghmeil Mnti.
t'ny night by apparently tho same
giilig'tlint burglarized the Weft Kiev,
enlli Htifet grooery Sunday night.
Si.x dollars worth of stamps nud
Mimll change was taken.
The 'thieves entered by cutting a
locked screen nnd by u of a pass
key. They entered between midnight
nnd .1 o'clock.
(Continued from I'age 1)
tho llp, to her officers by noon,
foroo would be used to subdue them.
Hubtcquently tho time was extended
to '1 o'clock thin aftqrioon,
The attornoy for the Hlndua eent
n letter just boforo noon to tho of.
fltfala eoniplalnliiB that many of tho
llidiia hud been' Btarvlns for four or
fivb 'daj'H nnd mit'Kcstod that If food
nud funda were provided for their
roturu they might glvo up. Tho
chief difficulty now appears to bo
whether tho Hlndua will submit be
fore' or after thoy get food. Tho of
ficials aro insisting on unconditional
surrender and handing over of tho
ship boforo any other tortus aro
It ly Manned that after tho Koma
gn(a Maru Is surroudored to her
Jnitftneoe officers and crow sho will
nail for Asia, convoyed to sen by tho
T 0RKP1I KNOWDES 1V:i Iioimi niiinlhvocl lv Williniii R.
llpiivst to tlisn)i)onv Cm' sixty titty's in tho wilds or
0 rants Pass and snlvo tho prtiblom which lias nnz.lod
soiontists, as to how tho pooplo of Grants Pass live.
Mr. Knowlos iVoontly porforniod a similar foat in tho
Maine woods, llo domonstratod tho i'aot that civilization
had not robhod man of ingenuity to oonijnor nature and
that natnl'6's bontty "wns'suffiokMit to support oivilixod
man as well as oroatnros of tho wild.
Special writers and scientists accompany Mr. Knowlos,
who has gone into the hills clad in a broaoh-elout and will
pick berries, disroots, eateb Fish and sua re nirds For the
next two months. His evovv move will be Faithfully
chronicled by himself and other spaoe writers and every
effort be made to manufacture a. cheap newspaper sensa
tion out of a humdrum experience. His adventures will
lose nothing ui the narration and will need considerable
"pep" to be kept veadable.
There is nothing remarkable in living a couple of
months or even longer in the forests. Countless genera
tions of pioneers have done it, not as an easy way of mak
ing a living by Selling the sensations experienced to yellow
journals, but from necessity. The stirring story of the
pathfinders who blazed the trails across the continent
makes the artificial experiences of the nature fakirs tame
If half-developed paleolithic and primeval man could
1 it 1 1 1 !! 1 11X1'
twist, in me liiieriiiiiiiiuie juugie. aim it a people as nine
developed intellectually as the "Digger Indian could make
an easy living without labor bv nature's bountr, thero is
no reason why a fully developed civilized man of the twen
tieth century, with all the learning and experience of all
the ages at his command, could not repeat the perForm-
....-. C .1.1.?.. ..! 11 1 1 1 i l i i i
juu-e. oumcuiiiig woiiiu oe jacKttig in mm u no couui nor.
Hearst is hard up for sensations when he so laboriously
attempts to manufacture one but his readers are trained
to look for slush instead of news, and it is a much more
harmless diversion than his efforts to force a war with
THE CARMAN INDICTMENT
npTIE Miueola, Long Island, grand jurv, after duo inves-
tigation, returned an indictment finding Mrs. Flor
ence Carman, wife of Dr. Edwin 11. Carman, guilty of
manslaughter for the murder of Mrs. Louise Hailoy, a
patient of Dr. Carman, who was shot while consulting the
The evidence was purely circumstantial. It showed
that while Mrs. Bailey was consulting Dr. Carman a band
was thrust through the window with the revolver, and the
testimony indicated that it was Mrs. Carman who fired
the fatal shot. Witnesses testified that thev saw hep entoi-
the house after the shooting and her ext'remolv jealous
disposition supplied the motive.
How the jury arrived at a manslaughter verdict would
oc interesting. .Manslaughter is defined as the unlawful
killing of a human being without malice expressed or im
plied; the killing in sudden heat or passion, due to suffic
ient provocation. Mrs. Bailey was deliberated shot down
from ambush the result of cold calculation,' with everv
precaution to shield and protect the guilty partv. There
was no apparent provocation. It was a case of murder
not of manslaughter.
Mrs. Carmen is either innocent or guiltv. She deliber
ately murdered Mrs. Bailey or she did not. There is no
half way sentence. IT guilty, as indicated bv tho testi
mony, she should be tried for murder.
lTow the grand jury ever returned an indictment for
manslaughter is a mystery, for the indictment docs not fit
What Makes Milk and Butter Yellow
Thnt'the rich yellow color demand
ed by tl0 public in dairy products is
primnrily due to the diameter of the
cown feed is demonstrated by rec
ent 'experiments carried on by the
department in cooperation with the
Missouri Statu Kxperiinent Million.
For some years dairy experts hmo
filt'ii Mudyin-r this ipicMion. Their
conclusion i that, although to some
extent u breed clmracleri-lie, the in
teiiMiy of this yellow color may,
within certain limits, be increiiM'd or
diminished at will by cliitiiging tho
Chemical leMs show that the vcl
low pigment in milk consiMs of sev
eral well known pigment found in
green plants. Of tliee the princi
pal one is carotin, so called lieciiuso'
it constitutes n large part of tho
coloiing matter of cm rots. The oili
er yellow pigments in the milk arc
known iih xnntliophylls. Tluc ate
found in a number of plants includ
ing grass but are especially abund
ant in yellow autumn leave.
These pigments pass directly from
tho feed into io milk. ThU explains
tho well know it fact that fresh, i;rccu
ginss and carrots incrciino the yel
lowness of hultcr, tho only standard
by which the uvenige person judges
its richness. On the other hand, u
large proportion of lieo pigments is
deposited in tho body fnt und cse
wheio in tho cow. When tho ration
is changed to ono containing fewer,
carotin and xaiithophyll cousHtiientH,
this hoarded stoio is gradually drawn
upon und in consefiuenco tho yellow
ness of the milk does not diminish so
rapidly as it otherwise would. This
yellowness increases, however, lio
instant Iho necessary plant pigments
nro restored 0 tho ration.
flrecii ki nits is pi nimbly richer in
carotin than any oilier dairy feed.
Cows fed on j will therefore produce
Iho liijjhcnt colou-tl hultcr, Green
corn, in which xnnthophylls conMi
tute the chief pigment, will also pro
duce n. highly colored product. On
the other hand, n ration of blenched
clover liny nud yellow com is practi
cally devoid of yellow pigments and
the milk from cows fed upon it will
gradually oso its color. It U, of
course, indiputnbly true thai the
breed does influence the color of the
milk fnt; but a'ry tho ration and
there will bu a corresponding varia
tion in the color of the milk fitt in
In cowh or the Jersey and flucm
sey breeds the body fnt is fwiticntlv
of such u deep yellow color that somo
butchers jind consumers look wjtii
disfavor upon beef from these breeds.
For this prejudice there is absolute
ly no jiiHtificnlioii. Tho yellowness
of the fat springs from tho same
causes ns the yellowness of (ho mk
fnt, nud thero is no reason for oh
jecting in one case to tho very thing
thnt is prized in tho other.
SPAIN WILL PUSH HER
CLAIMS WITH MEXICO
KI, PASO, Texas, July 2l,-.ira,i.
uel Walls Medina, who bears creden
tials as a special emissary from Al
ronso XIII, urrlved hero today. Ho
camo to Iook after tho Intorests of
Spanish subjects In Mexico, Ills ar
rival recalls Oonernl Currniua'rt an
nouncement of not oral months ago
jthat Kuropcan Kovornmonts having
diplomatic dealings with tho cannf!.
tutlonallst govornmont should talc-)
thorn directly nnd not through tho
American state department.
m h. naiiTMCTT
Vhoum M. 47 h 47-JI
AwbuUiM gtrvkw ItyMf Oeromr
NOT ATTACKED BY
ZAPATA AS YET
Mi:XirO CITY, ,lul l!l.--l'p to nit
cmly hour today tollowers of Kini
Inno .upittn, the veliel leudwr, who
has been openttiiu; in Mnttheiii Mex
ico, had not attacked Xochiinltco, a
village twenty utiles? fioni (lie eapitnl,
which place they begnn to thrcutiiH
Xochiiuilco, whtcli i tlio gale to
this city and is of great strategic
value because the capital gets it.s w.
ter suply fttuu the lake there, U
now defended by 100(1 fedcVals, the.
gmrisoit having been reinforced Inst
night hy i lurge lmd of troops. Fed
eral officials slnted today thnt the
place was perfectly safe and that
fears of a ZapalWtn attack on the
capital itself Were groundless.
The fedenils who evacuated San
hill- 1'oto-i an concentrating in
(loutitles Junction and Qucrclimi.
j ue eonsii(utiouaii-.t troop, it is
stated here, hnvc bestui their nd
ance south from San l.uis Potosi.
Uepotts rcceied from I'ltebln m
the goernor of thai state has scut
delegate. In confer with constitution
nlist lenders in order to nrrange for
their peacetiil eiitrauee into the slate
The constittitionnbMs, commanded
by (leueral Alvuri Ohregon, have nr
nxeil in Irapuato, about 1(10 miles
northwest of tin capital, nud it is
reported lliey nrv ircpaiiug tu ud
Mtnee toward Mexico City.
There hae been in new develop,
incut ui the polilionl .iitialion. The
general belief is that nothing uVfi.
iiitc will be done until next Tue-ibty.
when (leuernl Cutnicza and liU debs,
gittcs ure e.xHec to urrivo hero lo
confer with President Carbnjiil.
Carlmjul llcctliics Troops
Generals Ororco nud Arguueilo
und other former revolutionary chief
now -eniug with I lie government
hnvc offered their rr ices to I'resi
dent Citrbajnl to check the iidvnrice
of coustitittiounlists moving on the
capital. Cuilmjnl has declined the
Tho Urariliaii minister is mnking
energetic rcprcsrnjatfons to, tin for
eign onice 10 re-ipre me niniiagc
nieut nnd operation of Hie cable of
fice to the Mexican Telegraph com
pany. The cnble office was taken
over by the Kuerlu government on
April 2.'1 and has since heen operated
by tlin goxcruihriil. It is believed the
restoration of control to the Mpi-
cnn Telcgrapli compauv will be made
' UKXVKII, July al -Tim rniiROll.
tlnlloit t tho I'nlted Mlnoworkera of
Aiuerleii and the Wentem rctlerntlon
of Miners In it "one. Minora' nrnnUn
lion" In rct'UMineinled lit tho report
of President t II. Mover, prenentetl
tniln) at tlm biennial ctinvtintHin nl
the tntter, oritttulxittloii In ttenHlon
bore. Tito report which constat "f
nearly 311,000 words and contains it
coMpivhenalvo review of the nrllvltloi
of tho orKHitUnllon during the lftt
two years, plednea the support of the
Western federation tu the Pltltisl
MlneworUora In the Colorado strike:
charKcs illssoitslon iunon tliu mom
bora of (lie federation at Unite.
Mont , to tint activities of roiroM'iitil
lives of tho Industrial Worker nt
the World; urges tlm creation of
permanent fund for strlko benefit;
opposes a proposed aiueuduient thnt
would tender any meinour Ineligible
for re-election who bud previously
held office for two coitiecutlvc year
and cnlls upon tho members of or
ganized labor to unite In tho cam
paign of education to ecuro their de
mands In stntca and In tho nation.
HALI SILVER BARS
NI'.W YOHK, .nl J!l. The nvei
sold condition of th -link lonikcl
hecinni' ii sudden ieeiiil loila. l'a
vnruhle eiop w nnd tha probable
imlinnenee of Die wtslriu frtiuht rule
dcetslon ptecipilated a hurried ie
tient of the hour IVellon. The elop
ing was strong.
Tending in stocks wu itgwiii lurge
tv iliniieuel'd bv fiuoigu eoiidllloii.
Loudon's ipiotiition for 'American
were, appreoinbly lAvvrr al lint open
ing and dealings hero soon loeoidcd
n two-point Iom in Hiiltiiuoio & J III i t
nud one point in N'sw llnveii. Doth
ss(s of Ihitllluoiv Ohio noon de
scended to new low iccohIk, h did
al-o Krie common nnd liol piet'err
ed, Si Paul. New Yoik Cflitiitl it lid
Canadian pacific were- lllillv lower,
with gnuta in the llarilianii", l.eliiglt
Valley and Steel. ShIo or lttll shnrc
of Pig Pour preterred nt I. it Iru
polut dei'line, was nuinnjf the tittiix
ual feature'. The list iiielittrd lo sr
bet'oie the end of the fn-l half hour.
lly smoking Mt. I'ltt, tho boat r.r
cigar on tho market.
Tllltb'K tli:J:ii IIISO.V ICATI'lllf
iiMi ii:i:i. iiiiama
' ' Colneily
i:TUA I5.VTIIA IJXTH.l
MHia'll KOWIilS, Till; I'ltl.MI.
' TIVU M.l.V
Ren lllui N'nlu.d In tho Wilds of Mnluo
llo la now (ui lied 'loiino In tho f.
ot near Uritnts I'ltss.
l',OK TlllkVTUIt OltCIII-MTItA
Hurry Howell, lilrerlnr
Coolest IMino In Mclfonl
Adults in fonts t'lillilicit .t (Viits
Utcr) livening Tt 1.1 O'tlork
"fltb Medford trade la Medfnrd niada
KI. PASO, Texas. July 2 1 Sixteen
bars or silver bullion valued at tS3 -UOil
was held hero today oh a result
of court action al Xocales. ArUoim
and KI Pn.o. Tho metal camo from u
tiiluo In Slualoa. being ent by the
Hlunlou constlliillonalUl slate gnv
eriinieut In luivmont for soino paper
ourroncy received from (leueral Car
An liijtiuctlon suit was filed
against tho express company at No
Kale by Jesus Maria Y. Aiino.xas, nl-
loRod to bo the mlno owner, and said
to ho a Spaniard Tho shipment was
stopped lrcre, but Oarranza'a agents
filed a seutiestratltin stilt dnpolllint
twlro tho rnluo of the inptar so that
tho ahlpincnt could continue to
A Splendid Cure for
The huukhoiiNc of lite Southern
Pacific section house was broken into
.Monday morning and personal effects
belonging to the section hands, con
sisting of three suits of clothing nud
other wearing apparel, taken. John II.
Kroin, n Portiiue-e, was identilicd
by one of the Greeks as having vis.
ited the bunkhoiiso Sunday moining.
A search of llroiu follow ed and in
tides found on lii'ii were identified bv
the Greeks as having been taken from
Ho was given a preliminary hear
ing beforn Justice Taylor tiiis after
noon mid bound over lo Hie grand
jury on ."t.'iOO bond.
GEN. HUERTA, FAMILY AND
BLANOUET SAIL FOR JAMAICA
JM'KHTO MEXICO, July 21 Tho
Herman cruiser Dresden, with formir
President Huorta and his family and
former War .Minister lllanquot, Hon
or n lllanquet nnd tholr daughter
aboard, vailed ut 7:30 o'clock Inst
evening for Jamaica.
The doparturu of tho former chief
executive wio without Incident, thoro
not being oven any shouts of "Good
byo" to him from (ho dock.
In addition to plenty of fresh ait
and proper diet, thoso suffering from
or who are predisposed to Tuberculo
sis are rocommended to use Eclunan's
Altorattvo tc stop idght sweats, banish
fever and hastoa recovery. This medi
cine, by reason of Its successful use dur
ing tho past, warrants the fullest Inves
tigation possible by overy sufferer.
Eckman's Alteratlvo is most effica
cious In bronchial catarrh and sovere
throat and lung affections, and In up
building the system. It contains no
narcotics, nor harmful or habtt-form-lug
druRS. Atcopt no uibstltutos. Bold
by leading druggists. Write to the
Eckraau Laboratory, rhlladelptia, IU.,
'or booklet felling of recoveries.
MRS. H. L. LEACH
320 Nortl TartloH.
Pliono 50U M.
MINNKAPOUS, Minn., Julv 21. -Sheriff
Lnngtim wns itskcil tndny to
investigate (ho sen-ational seizure of
n nino-ycnr-old boy front die iinj of
it summer cottage near Spriug Park,
Lake .Minuetoiiku, Inst niaht. Three
men in mi uiiloiiioliile whisked up to
the cottage, seized the Ind, bundled
him into the cur in spilo of his
scteiims and drove uwiiy nt lop
speed. Tho liny 1 the sou of Profes.
Mr L. Skinner of l.elaiid Sluuford
univerpily, Caiifoniiu. Profexsor
Skinner's wife, from whom he is scp
united, has been spending some tints
nt Lake MintH'toiikn with her throe
children, the boy nnd Iwo little girl.
A half dorcn peiou, iiicludiug
Mrs. Skinner, saw tho ear speed
Tlicro Is Apt to no-a intent npri'licnsloft
Of illstrra to inar thq Conij.Irlo jay t,t
this Is nutto ovur
corp try tho oiIvIph
of so rainy women
to um "Mothqr's
l'rli-nd. ThU no
lcliiu( to so luhrl
oilo Ihn muni'tos nnd
to thus so rollrvn tho
iraur roucdiirf on
t I tha nrrvifi. that the
natiiral strain uponilm cords and lla
mtftts Is not rfcporniKinted by tlunu hoviti)
imlns Mild to crttim) uauiu-n, inhriirng Nick
m nud tnuny local illnlreM.
Many pooplu Iwlluvo thit thoin rume.llos
which luivo sKmsI the tut of tl-vi. tint
lutvo l en put to cry trlil under tho
varylnir cohdltloiiM of im. wolshi, cutieml
lioaltli, ue. may bo safoly nllad tijsia.
And JtidHhig by Iho Xacl Hint, "MfiNitr'N
I'rlciid" has htibn Jn contlnuul uso jilncy
our crunilmotlreVrt rtrlc-r yrara nnd Ii
Ifimwa thruuglvjut tb lnlt. Hlafci it
iaV bo cnally Infcrrul. tint It Is Mono
(IiIiil' Ihatweiiirii ulndly rccowraonil.
itothor's frlfiid" prriMr'd only In
our own Lihonilory mid I sold hy ,iruif
nuts every wlnir. Ask rr u lill to-Uny
nnd wrllo far u special book for nxHqtaut
ii other. Aildrcs i llrndtl.'ld JtrijuUlor C,
307 awxr Jlldi;,, Atlanta, Ua.'
Wood, Shingles, Shakes
, Louvn your urdors at tho HaitHldo
Wood Yard for thp wlutor's nupply
at roducud prices. Dollvoiod any
nit Kust Main Street
Oct Your .ext Suit, of
L E I N
thncKH an,mi up
AIko Cleaning, Prcrmlnji und Altoilng
Ikadachea caused by eye-strain
rnuiiot bo rurcil try medicine If mi
suffer from 1 cadacho liavo )our
c)cs cxniulued at onco by
hi: KNOWS HOW
(HICK, (CHAS.) .MPHIl.W
Is Driving for tho
Medford Taxi Co.
Your llulnes Will llo Appreciated
Mr. Murray has driven for Hall
Taxi Co for the past KI month.
ROGUK RIVER. RANCH
till Miles from Mcdr.il d
lloats ami TciiuU
Hales 1. 50 per day, 17.50 per week.
PassoiiRor rates 13.50 ouo way, by
Orator I.ako Auto Ktago
For I'urther Information Wrllo
PAl'l. It. OI'DYKi:
T drivo my own far mid
K'ivo good service at
25-R5 OR 882-R
RhoiildiM' 1?oiih6 12c
rfparo llihs I()c
siaiiH ;i;: und i-i,
NEAREST TO EVERYTHING
f &T. Ssas-STARREU-l
licit located arid most popular
hotel In tho Cltyi chcuUtiiii; Ice
wniir la every room,
UipccM attention to ladles
Uxicllvnt, rcuoiuMy priced giilk
ut yinr friends ut the Mam,
INnopi sn 1'lan KktM (140 up,
Managonwntf Ctmlvr W, Ktllty
Wt'diicstliiN at lid 'riuirsdiiv
Vole "Tho llrnto" spnrod mie nf
the greatest run ever accorded Iho
modern drama. It Is it slory of .t
strong mail's triumph over n womau'tt
pride Dnnlel I'toMnitit has given
the plrttire n rare finish with a rnt
of slit It well known artist as Mal
colm William. House Peters, Kate
Dixon and other.
Coining AutM 1st
Guy Bates Post
I'or Wislnesilay ami 'lliursibty
o (liiiugi) In Ailiulsslon
Oils Turner's I'l-odurtlim-'
tiii: eitowi.cits or Tiurwit.i)
Hperlnc'iilnr Junglo I'eaiuro
A Drama That Mystifies and Thill
l'lintopbi)s Tuesdii)' and Wednesday
The Bottled Spider
Two Heel Western Htory
iu:.iisT si:i,(j ni'avs pirroitAii
H. & A. Comedy
.lVi:TCHi:s Ol' KATIILY.V N'O. I'J
208 Vmt IU' Streot
Tho Only Rvchmivo
in Southern Oregon
NtigatlvcH "Nmh any tinio or
jilaco by appointniont
Wo Ml do tho roHt
E, D. WEETON, Prop.
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