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MEDFOlll) MATTi TRIBUNE. MtiDFOllI). 0R1W0N. THURSDAY. rWPRMlWK 17, 10! I
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After n two tiny' rn'ln In vhlcli .10
of nn Inch ell, tho sky cleared this
morning, nnd nn Indlnn summer tiny
dawned over the valley. A Chinook
wlhll blow from tho southwest, nttd
nccordlnjr to a ml so l'hlnjis this Is a i warrant such action
On account of tho demoralized
condition of business In this conn
try, especially t'h mining and metal
trade, duo to tho war In Kuropo,
the dotnrr of annual assessment Work
for thi ear of 1iH by mine owners
required to hold nil unpatented
.mining claims li and will ho oxces-
clrely bard. Hills hnvo been Intro
(III coil in lio th nouses or congress
asking that thin work bo remitted un
til such n time ns trndo conditions
nltiH) sign of rain In 3fi lidnrf
teh'orty Miles and ijtob Deuel left
MlP. rj$t of UW Tfck X?r fi (Iwr Intnt
on MpiMjr llvnns Creek,, ,
Mr. ItoUert Knpon, export ladle?
tftll6f.iJs.now. Ideated witU.Mrs. K, .1
Your Tfvtrtyitrgo 'polKSltetf. ' secon
floor, bou'ol and company. 1C2
Inrrji.Utjp nnd Hnlil McCoy spent
cw(.Jiojtk, In'' Ashland Wednesday
Mrs. 11. F. Van Dko nnd son,
Trank, Injured In a crossing accident
a week nso tiro Improving.
securo tiro Insurnnco upon your
fruit whllo In a packing house. Low
rates. Special short term policies.
Guaranteed Insurnnco with E. S.
Tumy, 210 Gnrnett-Corey Dldg.
Tho fines In the pollco court or
tho month totaled 1300, according
to tho report of Police Judge aay.
Tho press bureau of Uio Kolser
In New York Is mailing to local Ger
mans articles nnd Interviews attempt
Inj; to prove the' world's greatest
traced)' was not caused by Papa Wll-
helni. The trend of most of the ar
tides bear heavy on tho idea that
tho struggle Is ono between barbar
ism nnd denization. A feV jlar
poems nro included Inhllst. i
DoVoo Is celling Rum drops niflei
cents per pound todny.
John 1). Orth and family have re
turned from a trip by auto to Klam
Henry Calllacbnn will leave Friday
for Gold Hill where ho has a con
cession nt tho Mld'alley Fair on
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wet-
ton's Camera Shop. Over Isli The
Mrs. Jack Robinson (neo Mablo
Tico) of Twin Falls. Idaho, formerly
of this city, arrived tills morning to
Tlslt friends 'and T"efatlvesj
Dr. F. C. Page has returned from
a business trip to Eugene and Port
land and other Willamette valley
Sea R. IT. MeCurdy for Attna n
dellty and Surety Uonds. ' M
Miss Stable. , Jonisf who has been
visiting In Aberdeen, Wash., this
'Hummer, will return shortly.
" Tho first football gamo of tho sea
son wjll likely bo played a week from
Saturday between the Mcdford and
Ashland High Schools. ' '
J. O. Clerking, th teat all arenafl
photographer In ou&era Oregon.
'Always reliable. Negatives made any
where, time or place. Studio 228
Main St Phone J 20-J.
South bound S. P. passenger (rain
No. 15 was hauled by two engines'
owing to heavy travel.
Judge J. n. Nell or Jacksonville
spent a ow hours Dcdncsday after
noon in this city.
Authentic war newa received 1y
Mall Tribune leased wire will be
posted during the- day at Hotel Mod
ford. J. V. Gardner of Portland plans
to establish a wholesale house In
this city and will occupy tho ware
house south of tho Western Union
otflco. Ho will handle farm produce.
Mrs. Frank Owens Is visiting. In
Portland this week. xf
Flour. Wc havo bought two car
loads of Highland Blend Flour and
aro soiling at J 1.50 per sack. Every
sack guaranteed. Hutchison & Lutns
E. M. Wilson, tho expert accoun
tant loft Wednesday for Grants Pasi
to audit the Josephine county books.
Guy Waters of Glcndalo spent tb9
first o the week In Mcdford.
Tho South Uutte, Iirownsboro,
Chimney Hock and Lake Creel;
schools will hold their annual In
industrial fair noxt Monday.
E; S. Tumy writes all forms of in
surance. Excellent compaules, good
local service, 210 Garnett-Corey
City Hecordor Fobs mnilo a busi
ness trip to Ashland Wednesday af
ternoon. Thoro Is not a brush or forest fro
In progress In tho valley at present.
Tho forobt sorvlco force will bo ro
duccd October 1st,
Automatic baio ball, that brand
new out door gamo, has nrrlvcd In
Medford. Seo It at DcVocs tonight,
Just west of Hotel Mcdford.
Henry Olson, a Siskiyou road
wbrlter, was given his passports out
of town last night for insisting op
talking religion with pedestrians on
Front Street. Olson orgot tho Mb
llral Injunction not to look on tho
Mho when it Is red,
Edison records for salo at 25c each
us long as (boy last, at Palmer's I'l
alio 1'laco, aarnoU-Corey Illdg., 24
South drop streot,
Dog of thu city havo cast nldo
their look of woo, duo In mimles,
tliHiiks to Hie dly council, Mow
Ilurliilull'H Turk, however bus lost llii
kwirk of (IkIiIIhk "Very limn lie scm
14 Mluw miliin,
Get" It at Do Voe's.
A large delegation of Mcdford clt-
jiorn will attend the Mld-Valloy fai
nt .Gold Hill Saturday, If tho weather
is fair. The Iowa society will hold
their annual picnic. A silver salmdu
banquet and n big danco are tho chief
features. The, boosting campaign
waged by Gold Hill citizens entitles
them, to a crowd of 5000.
For good pictures every day In the
week attend tho It Theater.
Fred Cowles, tho fire protection
authority, says that tho Insurnnco
company's nt Portland will mnko a
probo of gasoline conditions in this
city. Mr. Cowles says tho present
regulations do no good. ,
The finest equipment in Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Medford Print
Arthur Thomas of Heaglo spent
Wednesday In Medford on business.
Highland Illend Flour nono bol
ter $1.50 perMck.- Hutchison &
A? G. Early of Salem Is nttcndlnc
to business matters.
Kodak finishing and suppllee at
Weston's Camera Shop Over Islt
AV,XJ. Copley of tbfi'U. S. census
bureau Is exa)nlutngtthe city's books
toTVecuro data for'annual report on
the financial condition of the country.
O'lio oldest exclusive agency 'In
Mcdford, reliable protection, our only
business. Holmes, tho Insurance
Tho Pullman Cafo on Fir street wa
.burglarized at on. early hour this
fuelling, ipu , niHf s ineior roving
oi oeiwoen :a and ?3U in quarters.
The robbery was discovered at S
o'clock. Jack Davis, a former em
ploye. Is held In tho city jail by the
polloo, as a suspect. Tho evidence
against him Is highly c'lrfumstanclal.
j Highland Illend, hard wheat 'flour,
$1.50 per sack. Hutchison &. hums
den. Mrv. Sam Heath of Wilow Spring?
spent Wednesday visiting in Med
'FROM VERA CROZ
I irnu.li. 1.-'i'-i ,i.. ,iii
ivuikiiiith U'JH UIO IHIUR ""
tho roof of tho Elks temple. Work
on the interior will begin soon.
Miss Florence Vaughn has returned
from a visit to Ashland.
Tho total rainfall for tho storm
was .32 of nn inch. Tim Pnrtlnnil
Weather bureau predicts rain for to
night and Trlday. A Chin6ok wind
Is blowing over the valley from the
Home mado sauerkraut has made
Its appearance on the local majkets.
The pflco is tho samo as las year.
the war having no effect on the greac
Paul McDonald spent Wednesday
In Gold Hill on business,
i George' E; Uoos attended to busi
ness matters In Jacksonville on
Hair dressing, manicuring, scalo
trca'tment, facial and halrwork, hair
dyeing. 429 M.F.&H. Illdg. Phone 157
S, S. Uullls who has been In New
York for tbd last two mouths Is ex
pected to return next week. Pre
parations are being made at tho
luifBilfle Ta an- early resump
VV- r u nl'li r. ,.' .
t5nrx "j"l i, vjuiu inn aixjnv
C, J. fiavjs left today for tho hills
of Josephlno county in search at
deposits of platinum,
L. gtandcllff of tlio Asato district
silent Wedneiday in Medford on bust,
For good pictures every day in
tho week attend the It Theator.
Guaranteed flour, Highland Illend,
hard wheat, two carloads at $1.50
per sack. Hutchison & Lumsden. '
G. A. Codding, chief clerk of tho
Pacific highway, loft Wednesday for
Salem to sixjiid n few days visiting.
Tom Fuson and wlfo and Dr.
Htratton of Portland havo returnod
from an auto trip to the coast.
Seo Lottlo Howard's full lino of (he
latest bats, 153
WASHINGTON. Sent. 17. Con
gratulatory messages from Mero
and from .folcnus In tho United
States pouivd In nt tho white house
on the withdrawal of American forces
from Vera Cruz.
General Cnrranxa expressed great
satisfaction throirgh American Con
sul Slllluutn nnd said ho would send
n formnlnote of thanks later.
Administration officials reiterated
today that the statement attributed
to Sir Meno! Cnrden, UritlsU, minis
ter to Mexico, reflected hls personal
attitude toward Carranxn. They de
clared no complaint hnd'eomo from
any foreign government and the state
of unrest alleged to havo been de
scribed by Sir I.tonn) had not been
ireportcd In any official messnges.
The steamer Chrlstobnl chartered
ns an army transport Is scheduled to
leave. New York today for Vera Crux
to bring home troops. Tho transport
Sumner nnd the chartered steamers
City of Denver nnd City of Memphis
aro duo to leave Newport News for
Vera Drur. "
Tho transport 11 ti ford, now at Gal
veston, shortly will leave that port
for Vera Crux, with the Kansan, an
nnlmnl ship. The list of transports
will borj completed with the arrival
of, tho Kltpafrlckiiu Vera Crux from
X'oli?" where she. has Just taken n
detncjimcilt of Panama Canal xono
troops, will be sufficient to bring the
2700 soldiers nnd "marines home1 In
ono expedition. Iletween now and
the time of their sailing from Vera
Cruz, some ten dnya hence, the point
of debarkation WW bo determined.
It has not yet been decided whether
tho army troops will bo returned to
tho mobilization camp at Texas City,
Texas, 'or whether they will go to
the home stations.
VKNIt'K, Sept. 17, lil.'i p. nb, lu
I'nrio, :10 p. id.- Report received
here from tntMvorthv miiMVc- iinll
cute that Hie .pilimtion of the Aus
ttmn tmop-i In polieiii i moM pie
cnriouA ; 'j- ,
i During lu linlilina nlonjr the S'm--uiii
fronfu'r the fro, linn regimeiitft
uffereil riiurnion1 lo'xej. Owinir l
their raeml hntVvil of llie SrrviuiiH
they were elnKen to lend lint ,firt
uttnek mill oanioil itwuv by their en.
tliu-Mti-in jliey ilhl not wntl for I lie
iiippoit of their ntlillorv, hlit rushed
blindly iicnint'tlie 55rriiiiisninniiir
iii-U'inl of eiiiwlfiiu nero-". tin' llel.ls.
A1 it oouMMHicuoo tliev l ell in mil' o
before the Sehiuii fin.
Arouml l.t'inlier,'. eupitiil or Oul
iein. Die Autrinu iiifuntiv siwluiueil
terrible lo-iex lieemie tin nrlillety
whx eiuight in the. iiiur-iev. The ur
tilleiyiueii -.food .seernl hoiirt in thu
water nnd arrived nt the -rene of
(lie tiuhtinj; too lute to nffonl the
tueioxaiy xiipixirt ol the iiitnntiy.
t J4 iixxrrleil here the Austrian
o'eeimuted llireo. of their own infan
try tegimeiits whom tl ey mistook for
I'n-.inni beeiuiHe of u siiuilnrity in
W.mmloil to I he number of '.MHIO
nrnel m vienni) lue.iiny. A" evi
deuee of the jtiillautrv of the Aus
trian "(plillerx, i h said all tlic
wViumU are on the front of the hotly.
Accordingly, it Ik umiouueeil that the
ptvernorV onler I'orhiddinir persons
giving- root) or old lo wounded has
BRITISH WOMEN -
10 AID WAR
iiOMitiN, sini. i?. ti;ii.. v. in.-
I'romiiient Iiomloii women nudei' the
leudei-xhin of the Coiinlest of Shaft
hlirv, l.iulv fenll, widow of lln"' Inle
f'nptnin H. Seoll, Urn lliilish
Ailtnrelle eildtvrt l.mly Jelliedo,
wile of (ho eoiiiuiiiiuler of Ihe limim
I'lwhJ.iuly llytou uml Ml.". Iexinull
MeKeniin, wife of Ihe home oi'io.
Iniy, today eouipleled the uruilmrii
lion of Hie "Wnr Haines' mul Moth
The new oritunixiitiou will aid not
only reeounlxcd wives of regular fcil
diers mid terntoiiaU, hut any woiiiilii
whose imiileiliale fuulre iilny ImVe
been ilepeiuletit on some men enllOtl
lo the color.
SULTAN CALLED BY
.i. i it-i.i ri
PREPARE 1 MIES
TRIAL AT MEDFORD
City Attorney McCain slates that
Ke will make every effort to hnve the.
Cnlifomm-OTeKon I'.mer eomaiiy
ease ngnint the city of Minlfon!
tried in M-'dfonl. He .states that the
coiirt rules provide that "nil ease- Of
eiUitnb!u copitznnea hhnll be trtetl
nt Portland, unless the court .ihallilU
n'ct otherwise," and that the enxerit
i.sue is u t'iie of erpiitnble e)gnix
unee, nnd as a rule the court will not
consent to a trial outside of Port
land save nt the rerpie-t of the at
torneys o'f both Sides. Hence iT At
torney Hough of the Power company
objects, the motion to try the case in
Portlam! may be overruled.
''At- liny rate," Match Mr. MePnlie,
"I will have the ease in in time for
the Medford M'eMon, nnd it will not
be my fault if the cuso is not tried
IN BIG BUTTE
I.ONMX, Sept. 17, 'Jiilil p. in.
Telo;:mpliiuj; from .MucMriclit, Hol
land, the eorie.ioiuleiit,of the Keuler
Telegram commuy mi.vb iKut dis
patches rcccivctl iu IneMfneht from
t'ologue, Dasseldorf, Wessel nnd
Diiiburg, indicate that these points
are strcitgtlicnip! their fotificulious
to meet a possible tid.iiiicc ol the al
lies. KNOXVIU.U, Tciin, Sept. 17.
Tho federal initio rescuu station hero
today was tailed on to send rcjlef to
Itockport, Kentucky, whoru It vna
reported a mine explosion bad oc
curred. It Is stated that a niiinbo
of men aro entombed but details aro
lacking. Ml no resctio helmets and
other equipment was forwarded.
i ?. i
WASHINGTON', Sept. IT.-The
Washington government today iwwilt
ed Ihe reply of the TuiMsh govern,
meal lo its protect iuiiiiis the ahio
galitui of Ihu eiiiiltr1all(ins liy t1(it
Ittllle. ' '. .
Anibaxsailor liiivi'iilluiii at C;tiJ
slaiilitiople has heeii iiHliiicted" ''
Seetelau Ili'Miu lo 1)101111 the unV-
ciiimeiit .if Tin key Ihiil tile I'nliiil
Mates duos mil ni'tiiicHi'e ill IJle HI
ported intention of Turke to dejuiW
foiei'jners of their ,etra erul,oiliil
uglils. "KnrlliVinuirt, siih .Aeeio
liny llr.Min in a piiriphrascd state
incut o the cablegram to Mr, Mor
gentium, "(his government doc not
ireounUe tlmt the Ottoman govern
ment law might lo ahiogate the cap.
itiilatloiis, or Ihiil lis lift Mm to Him
cud, being iiiiihitoiiul, can have anv
leffeot upon Hie right", mul prullejlen
enjoyed under the ciipitiilatiiiy eon-
The nmbassadoi' wns iustriti'led (o
advi-e the toilc tlmt the Washing
toll go eminent would reset v a for the
present disi'iissiiin of the grounds
il!oli which it hhsed lis rvtiiM'l to
uVfpiiesce in the itellnh oi'Yiirkcy mid
nWo reserved tin il&ht lo make fur
ther i ('presentations in Ihu iimtlir
With Mtidford traasi Is Medford mad
Fully Modern. I'ricos Roiisoiiiililii
J17 KOI Til ItlVI'IIHIDI-.
f. 'e il K
I Sill Hi llillilll
W 111 illllll i!ll lllllri SI
Yoliraclilldrcii's health by reudlng
milk from Inspected cows that has
been pro-cooled and oriatod with
modern appliances nnd sealed In
EAST SIDE DAIRY
Morning and Afternoon Delivery.
With Medford trsdo la Medford mad.
JAPAN TO PROTECT
SAN KHANriSrO, Cnl., Sept. 37.
ioyo Jviseu Km-iiii (Jnpaiiese
line) received word today from ils
Trikio olilccH that tho ,lapaueno ad
iniruKv Inn! given positivu iissiir-
Um'eh that a number ol ivnndiipx hud
been nsnigned to protect ihe huies of
travel belvvceii diipan, lloiiolulii mul
Kan Kiaucisco, uml between Japan
mid llrilish Columbia mid I'ngel
- ' '
VOH (Jc lilt nt
There li when you smok (Jov, Join
son clKuri mid putroulie Iium Indus
Julia ("Mother") Jackson, land
lady of a Front street lodging house,
bejd by the federal authorities for
perjury In pension affidavits does not
recall her inarrlago to ono John
Lockett, except as In ft dream, ac
cording to a statement Issued in
Portland where she Is held in lieu
of $2000 bonds. Such lapses,
"Mother" says aro hereditary. Onco
before tho samo blight fell upon her,
That wag when she forgot Important
orldenco In connection with the Uoyal
rooming- house scandal.
In th meantlmo Mrs. Jackson Is
unable to securo bonda and lang
uishes n jail awaiting trial. Kho
saya ubo was treated by a McdforJ
doctorv (namo forgotten) fdr montal
trouble, and that friends feared alio
was on fho vorgo of insanity.
Jeff Ilrophy of tho tipper Rogue
country .spent Thnr-tlay m .Mcdford
and 'eporN that ll,sli were recently
nyiiamited in. Dig Unite creek, belhvr
the Luke Itymt dam, a large iiiim-!'-r
I eing killed. Foreigners, tehi
ilentK of the locality, n'ceiitly em
ployed on roitd work on the Derby
Unite Falln road,' are xiisM'cted, as
they Hills had uti opiHirliinity to m-
etini dynamite. ,,. ,u
The matter .liAh been Janl before
l'ro-eciitor JCell.v, .and will be sub
milled to Hie Ocjobcr grand jury fn
rtotolvo to smoko Gov, Johnson cl
mrs, the best, arid' thereby patronlis
homo Industry. tf
With Medford trSdn Is Medford msd
A visit tp my offlco will causo. yod
to realize tho difference between opo
who Is a specialist In the fitting oT
glasses to tho e)o and those who
merely fit glasses as a sldo lino to
When you need glasses havo mo fit
them for you, and they will bo right
Baftlett & Netherland
Taxidermists nnd Furicrs
You know our ability a.s TnxiuVi'iniHts.
.Fura oloanotl, ropairod nnd roiiioilcliMl.
Now fin's mado to oi'dor and carrind in
stock. Wattih the windows at Kwin's
Oun StoVc, .112 W. Alain Htrcct.
lie Known llovr
Suite 1-2 Over Deuel's
Do EvenMoe Than Your Duty
Is a good precept to live ip to. This, when applied to a
rcnorvo fund, lll tit you well on (lie fv111) ," l"i!'pcni.
Your uccount Is Invited.
Tour per cent Interest paid on Savlnga Acotlnts,
OVER ?S VCRS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT
LINES TO OINT FIGHTING RESUMED
IN EAST FLANDERS
LONDON, 8ept. 17, 7i25 p, nf.A1
dispatch to tho I(euer Telegram
Company from Ostein! says:
"Ouriunn troops, after ro'orcupylnj;
Termoudu bad to retlrn this morn
lug. Yiislerday and this morning
fighting took plant In the regions or
HotloKem, Alost nnd iluoltnrt In Kast
You and YoUf Friends Are Invited to Attend the Free
Electric Cooking School
To be hold every afternoon from 2 to 5, bcinuiiif,' iScptoinlicr IS to iSoptoinbor
25, iiichiKive. KvtMiin HtVsHioiiH Saturday and Tiienday at H p. in. vw your
liuubnwls. At the College Huildii', 27 North (Irapo street, Medford, Oregon.
This Demonstration Is Being Conducted On the ruinous
Tn order that the ladies of Medford liiay see the IfiiKh( actually at work. It
is iu charge of a capable and experienced representative froni the l'(ictory
M"rs. Mlihor AI. Redington, It S., Jecturel' on Kloclrical Housekeepiiif,'. She
will not only carefully explam tbe operation of the Hughes K'aue, but will
aetually show tho perfect rekplts that it can produce and fully explain why its
cost of operation W much losrflhan cooking by any other method,
The hughes Raii?' i bein lalkedabout throiudiout the city many ai;o
cominlu; to our store to see it every day and we are selling them in inereas-'
iifcly largo iiumbei'S.
Naturally you want ip know about Ihe Hughes. Tell your neighbor about
this demonstration and plan to come together. Ar'range lo attend each and
every afternoon. You will ho interested everv minute of the time.
too iMm to m'jxmwr,
WANTKD- I'iarlioo u lulf boms,
Hut 27, luru Alull 'J'rlbwiie, W
Program for Friday, September 18
;'$,' nTiorn open nt li, I.eetiir'o ul 'Jillll.
A liorl tull; uboiil wnip, how to uinl.e mill nhen lo
-. ; ' , HOOT
;'"' '" Pol mi' fell (h Krciieli sn Up)
r ' ' . KNTIIKi:
? vrt p"!lt',' fl'IIIIH
,ltll Jtrnileil IfnileilimiHo Klenl; iillr Onionx
(IImiiku hhoivinj,' ii'hu of lluyln-H elecliic Innilnr.)
'' Ibilteiinillc IliHeiill
, !l"'l "llj'li l''eiie Mnkmii
it, " l' Hcjle Jitiyor fJiiko
i.a (A ttw ivliniei)
Mrs. Elinor M. Redington
whji in iu ehiujjo of Ihu olirliic ennKinir hcIiihiI, U well
known on Ihu eoiiH, She IiiIh liuieleil e.vluiiMjel.v in Ihe
United KlnlcH uml CiuiikIii, cxeryiiliuru lueeilu ills
nun kril MieeesM iih ii eeiiiertou eleeliienl linuxcU'epluK.
Mm, Wellington is nn uitl,iimledi,'ed uii(liiiiitM'ilf'Uu!iufc
mul no winiiiiii .enn uft'oiil to imim lier iiilciewtlnif lee
luhy. We urn imleed fnilmuile to lilnu hei'iilv.l AIik.
Itailjnklmi'rt. henici'M I'.ir hU IIiiIh'm Mlt'elfin limine
ileiniiiiHlriilinu mul eleeliienl eimliliiK Helioul, nni) lire kIihI
In offer ,vnu Ihe iiuiimiiiiI iIcmniuo nl lieililiijr lu'r leeluiu
uml iiltemlili Ihu ileiiiniiMliiilinii,
HUGHES RANaES.POR SALE BY
California-Oregon Power Company
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