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MEPFQttn MAIL TRI1UTNE, METWOltil, OKKCION. TUESDAY, RKl'TRMHKR 22, li).
Two dozen wanderers bended nouth
for the winter, tlio advance guard ot
tlio nllffratoVy nrnty postered tho po
lleo nil dnys Monday trjlnj; to get
out ot town. Threo or four asked
for shelter In tho city jnll Inst night,
nhil received It. Train crows on tho
mj F. report that mey are rapt uusy
lieqplnx tr'iitups.Mf. tho, trains, s
Mw Itolcft Raton, expert ladle
tBlforts jiow located with Mrs. K. rf,
Myor's dressmaknj: establishment.
Your patronage sollcltod. Second
lloor, Deuel and company. 1C2
Captain It. V. Collins, V. 8. A., ln
npector ot tho O. N. 0, will inspect
the equipment of Company 7 C. A. C.
tonight. This will also inaugurate
tho drill season for members ot tlio
company, who hnxe heen laying off
since tho summer vacation at Fort
aocuro tiro Insuranco upon your
fruit while In a packing house. Low
rate, Special short term policies.
Guaranteed insuranco with E. S.
Tumy, 210 Garnctt-Corey Dldg.
Do Wolf Hopper at the head of the
New York Opera company will be
ono of tho October attractions at tlio
I'ago theater. The reportolro In
cludes all 6l ilio old Gilbert and Sul.
llvan favorites. Do Wolf Hopper is
famous for his rendition ot tho base
ball epic "Casey at the Dat," and
will probably be called upon to speak
DeVoo Is selling gum drops at ten
cents per pound today.
Steady Improvement is noted In
tlio caso of Gerald Sooysmith con
fined In Sacred Heart hospital from
pleurisy. It was feared at one time
that he would have congestion of
Marguerlto Carley ot Montpcller,
X. D who is vIslMng with the fam
ily of W. N. Campbell writes In the
Montpcller Magnet, a descriptive let
ter homo describing a trip to Crater
Lake. An apt description ot tin
Bcenlc wonder of tho west is that it
"looks HKo a great tub ot bluing."
Henry Callaghan has returned
fiom a business trip to Gold Hill
Major J. J. Morrow, U. S. A., in
chargo of tho road work at Crater
Lake, arrived In Mcdford Saturday
night from a tour of inspection of the
work, and left Sunday morning for
Most of tho Medford students at
the University of Oregon at Eugene
aro being "rushed" by "fraU." Miss
Vera Olmstcad ot this city la the first
of this ycar"s enrollment of girls to
be accepted, being initiated into the
mysteries of the Chi Omega society.
The resignation of the Rer. Mac
Cullough ot tho First Baptist church,
who has received a call from a Seattle
pulpit, was accepted by the congre
gation Sunday morning. A commit
teo was appointed to secure a suc
cessor. Tho date ot tho acceptance
of the Scattlo call has not been fixed,
Tho Darnum railroad is applying
Its annual application of hot tar to
tho root of Its depot in this city.
Superintendent Will G. Steel ot
Crater Lake Park, returned Sunday
morning from a week at the park.
A. H. Ilergcr, arrested by the police'
last Saturday morning charged with
defrauding Mcdford people on sub
scriptions to magazines and papers
was given a preliminary hearing be
foro Justice of tho Peace Taylor Mon
day afternoon, and bound over to
tho grand Jury. IJergcr mado no
denial of the charges against him.
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Over Ista Thea
ter. Chief ot Pollco Lawton reports
that conditions are good In tho bus
iness district, A SO gallon tank o!
gasoline stored on Kir street has been
ordered burled underground. The
chief carelcnssncss to date has been
located In tho residence, district. In
some quarters it Is felt that tho city
has no right to enforce regulations
regarding tho safeguarding of gaso
line, but nevertheless run no risk of
paying a flno for violation thereof.
Get it nt te Voe's.
Homer Vlnlng of Hoseburg Is a
business visitor In tho city this weok.
F. C, Simpson of Spokano, Wash.,
is spending a few weeks visiting In
tho valloy after an absence of 21
cars. He was born and raised on
the old Walsh placo, northwest of tho
city, and is well known among tho
The finest equipment in Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Medford Print
Arthur Bears of Agnto spent Mon
day In Medford attending to business
Bee It. IL McQurdy for Aetna Fi
delity and Surety Hands.
James Kershaw of tho Autelopo
district spoilt Monday In tho city on
business. Ho is suffering from ab
scess on tho liver and may have to
undergo an operation.
Guaranteed flour, Highland nieud,
hard wheat, two carloads at fl.GO
per sack. Hutchison & Lumsden. "
Attorney Que Newbury has return-
IHl upin iiiiii?iuiiii uuajiiuan
F. 12, Merrick left Sunday on n
business trip through the cast and
J. O. Gorklng, the best all around
photographer In southern Oregon,
Always reliable. Negatives mado any
where, time or placo. Studio 323
Main St. Phone 3'JO-J.
Karl ltlppey, Karl Halston and Dr.
Stratton of Portland returned this
morning from a hunt In the Squaw
Lake country. They bagged two deer
and four bear.
Hair dressing, manicuring, scaln
treatment, faclut ami hntrwork, hair
dyeing. 129 M.F.&ll. tthlg. Phono 157
Dr. W. W, Howard returned Mou
day from a six weeks trip through
tho east. Part ot the time was de
voted to taking a post graduate course
in osteopathy nt KtrkRVllle, Mo.
Tho oldest exclusive agency In
Medford. reliable protection, our only
business. Holmes, tho insurance
Dob Flndley of Phoenix spent Mon
day In Mcdford on business.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Over Isis
Tho city council will leave for a
tour of Inspection of the city Intako
tn the morning nnd wilt spend tho
day going over the ground. Tho
entire council will mnkc the trip in
auto. Tho purpose ot the trip is to
sec that ever) thing is In npplo pto
order for the winter.
Authentic war news received by
Mail Tribune leased wire will b
posted during tbo day at Hotel Med
ford. Senator Chamberlain is taking act
Ion toward securing recompense for
Mike Womack, tho well known pros
pector, injured by nn explosion of
dynamite while working on tho Crater
Lake road. He will Introduco a bill
awarding Mlko a sum not yet fixed.
This would expedite matters, as
otherwise the Claim would have to
go through tho court of claim, a long
and tedious route.
E. S. Tumy writes nil forms of In
surance. Excellent companies, good
local service, 210 Garnett-Corey
Charlie Young will leave In n few
days for a deer and bear hunt on
tho upper reaches ot Evans creek.
Automatic base ball, that brand
new out door game, has arrived In
Mcdford. See it at DeVoes tonight.
Just west ot Hotel Medford.
Gamo Warden Sam Sandry of
Rogue River spent Monday In tho city
on official business.
Edison records for sale at 25c each
aa loss as they last, at Palmer's Pi
ano Place. Garnctt-Corey Dldg., 21
South Grape street. "
Mra. aeorgo;Fry of this cltr Is
visiting friends nnd relatives at Hit
ton, Cal for a few weeks.
S. S. Bullls and son Scth arrived
Snnday from New York, and left Mon
day for the Sterling mine.
"War Is This Armageddon?" Is
tbe subject ot nn address to be given
Wednesday evening In the St. Mark's
hall, by Taylor Grant Hunch? Is the
present crash of empires the begin
ning of universal peace or world
wide war, fs a question often asked
Mr. D'unch believes the Dlble contains
the answer. He speaks from the
historical and Hlbllral viewpoint.
Tho address Is free and tho public Is
G. G. Drown,-secretary of tho stato
land board, and 'wife, and F. G. Mey
ers and wifo of Salem aro spending
the day In tho city. They are also
attending tho Shrlners commandery
at Ashland this week.
,fMake your winter home at Colonial
Fiats. 217 South Riverside.
John A. Perl Is in Portland this
week taking the stato examination
The Golden Link Dlblo class will
entertain at the homo of Mrs. C, C.
Johnson, 922 S. Oakdale avenue Tues
day evening, Sept. 22, for Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Druce Young. Tho hus
bands of the class members and the
orchestra mon and their wives are
Invited to be present.
No cluo has been found by tho po
lice to tho whereabouts of Hazel
Randall, age 18 years, and O. W.
Leldmann; a fruit packer, alleged to
have left this city together August
Martin Olson, a homesteader ot
thn Dutto Falls district, is spending
the weok in Medford on business.
Charles flreer, city editor of tho
Ashland Tidings Is spending the day
tn Medford attending to business
Regular meotlng It Renmes Chap
ter No. tin O. 15. S. Wednesday even
ing nt 7: .10. Social night and Initia
tion work. luS
A verdict of "pitivlv accidental"
dentil was returned liv tlio coroner'
iliiIH'-t tin-- niorimii; into the dentil
of Charles Iloin-t, n lunelior of the
Wig Sticky district, tiicd 4J enr-.
killed in ti mini way accident Mmi
dny nltornoon. Hern-t win identi
fied lv friend n couile of honi's af
ter his ileatli. At fir-t il wiw thouuht
the unfortunate mint was u stranger
in the alley. He lenxes n wife. The
bodv will he -hipped lo ('inciniiiiti fr
huriiil. Aecordinir to the tetuuoiij
tin momiti):, the team IternM wa
ilrtvmtr became frightened and rim
nwny, liurliu; him beneath the hiudci,
cauiii;; a quick death and badly uiu
tilutiutr (lie body.
rt nil GUILTY
TAVO.MA, WVIi., Sept. 12. Clm-.
(lilchiUt, icl)-pivsid!'ut mid nellvo
head of the United Stales National
bank of Cculralia, which closed yet.
terdnx, at iied here under an est thi
afternoon, accompanied liv his attor
ney, (leoifje l).sail, vvjio is n dN
toctor of the hank. The nllornev
snid Oilehrist would plead jjuilly to
misappropriation of 'und. Dyniiit
and 1'nitcd Stales Disttict Attorney
('lax Alien me to consultation making
arrangements for spiedy nrratan
meat lie fore ,lud;e CiMitiwin of Ilia
federal couit, which is exacted late
today. Atloruex lyart said there
would he no plea for mercy oxecpl
that (!ihhrit had misappropriated rt
money for personal nin.
FOUND BY MEGO
What I believed to bo tho ex
plosive outfit ot safe crackers, con
sisting of a yard or so of fuse and
two boxes of giant powder raps was
found by Chief of Police Mego under
tho Fruit Association warehouse
Sunday morning. Yeggmnn use the
giant caps to mako "soup." which is
dynamite In liquid form, and It may
have been n gang was getting ready
for operations In these parts, and for
got where they hid their material.
Tho exploalvo Is hold at tho police
station. Another theory is that It
was hidden by a prospector.
MANY NOW SEEK
WATER ON RANCHES
Tho Hoguclands- company is re
ceiving dairy applications for water,
through their irrigation ditches the
first fruits of the dry spell, ot which
tho present dry spell Is a continua
tion. In two years tho tables have
turned. Then tho Roguelands com
pany made an offer for Irrigation
Farmers and fruitgrowers hooted tho
Idea that irrigation was needed In,
the valley. Now, having lost In an
off season, many times the cost of
water, they ask for what they re
fused. Tho company Is undecided
on what course it will take.
FOR WIRELESS STATION
I'OHTLVNI), Or., Sopt. 2"J. At tlio
reipiet uY Tlioniits 1'iskine, llnlih
consul, in Pot timid, a search wits
started in Or;jvi l,x tho department
of agriculture i locate an alteccd
(ichrinn wiivl?Kjintiou hitfden in the
Coast iiiountni(K iteeordiiu to K. A.
JolinVii, iXHsi-tant I'm ted States
nttome here. The itritiMi consul
received tut unmix mou letter su.xin-r
that wireless nutenmt xviis riucd at
Itolcs nt nil uiilocated "pot near I lit
coast and that the station was in
(oinmiinicatioii with Ocrmitn wnr
hip. Mr. Krskine look the letter" to
the I'nitcd States district nttorucy
nnd asked for an inx estivation, nl
thoiiuh he snid ho did not believe the
rumor had much foundation.
BATTLESHIP TEXAS SENT
TO VERA CRUZ, MEXICO
WASIHXQTpN, Sept. tJ. Secre
tary OaniefsaTinou'need today that
the battleship Texas had heen order
ed from New York to Vera Cru,
.Mew, to reliexe one of Die xcsoel
stationed there, presumably the Ar
kansas. The secretory snid also that
the Texas would visit Oalvestnii with
in a few weeks to reeeixe n hilxcr ser
vice from Ihe slate.
YOUNG JOY RIDERS
CALLED TO ACCOUNT
Juxentle jov rider, yoiilitf (jlrls
who slay oul lute al nijht, and hoys
who ie fuse o go lo school will have
mi innint: this vveck with I'rohufiriii
Ol'lieer flint If (lay, who is milking'
investigation nloit) these lines, A
ease einhVaeihu' "im 'f the uhov'p
derelictions is slated for a licniiuc
hefote Judjjo Ton Vlle Wednesday.
A uumher of vounj; Indies who have
contracted the Imhit of uaddiug
around at uueaithlv limns are nlo
under snivcilhtncc and will have their
ease called to the at'eulion of their
parents. r no uctioi is foilhcom
ill. trom this sotitee, loyal action will
Seveial hnv's who h.ilk ill L'oiinr to
school will have to show reasons why
they ate not ul their hooks. There
is a state law eoverlns nltendance.
A uumher have tried to circumspect
this law by uoim; lo work, nfler loaf
iiitf all Miuuner. I'nhss ihey can
prove thai lliev ate i'idisHiisahle to
the family snpHiit, they will have to
report for study instead of work.
Quite a uumher hoth tel'usc to uo to
chool or to work, though their par
ents would rejoice nt either xlep.
Do It Todar
Resolve to amoko Gov. Johnson el
tnr. 'ho best, and thereby patronUn
homo Industry. If
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!! oh , IITio
CIIMHOKNT ,MF(1, CO,, Henttlo
I 14' !xe
MISS EDNA WARNKR
Recoully or llonton nuuomii'cH that Hho will plmrtly open it stinllo
for liiHtrncllou In tho
F1.KTGIIKK MUSIC MKTIIOI)
(Hlmplex and KIliilerMiuten)
For ehllilren between tin ages nt five and sixteen. A Hysteihnlle iiurt
easily comprehended coursi) of lustruitlnn for hoth tho voiinc, h'iuI
Arrntinemeuts for this course can bo mado by phoning ,111-J,
A Inter luiiioiinrciiiont will bo mndu Klvlng location of studio,
II. I. Vanflilder
' ' s M yu
"The School of Modern Methods"
31 N. CRAW. ST., MF.DFORI). ORFCON
HUSINKSS, SHORTHAND AND KNCJUSII
Kvery boy nnd slrl cannot attend tho University or
High Hcliool for four years; but every boy nnd girl ran
attend tlio Medford Common lal ColleR" for sit months,
or a year, nnd get an education that pii)n dividends for
School all year. Graduates assUted to positions. No
term divisions new students may cuter ut any tluio.
Day and ovenlni; sessions.
fall, telephone 1S-I,, or write, for full Information,
$12.00 Round Trip to
Owing to tho Inclemency of tho
Weather last week tho Hall Taxi Co.
has extended their reduced rates to
and Including Sept. 28th. Only three jg
morv schedule trips to make. Wed- ji
nesday, Sept. sad, Friday, Hopt. 2Bth, $
Monday, Sept. 2Sth. Now Ii tbo most J
beautiful tinio to see Crater I.ako. &
Hall Taxi Co., phono 100. iG7l
COMET SEEN IN
The comet eight r.vuiths after its
discovery in Arizona and behind tho
schedule fixed by iihlrnnotners wa
visible Monday iiijjhl from this city,
the tramp of the skies nppcnnn;: in
the north in the neighborhood of the
North star. It appeared about fi
o'clock, nnd if tonight is clear it can
ho seen. A number of Mcdford peo
ple watched the star, (ho tail and
liead hein visible. The comet is
Kchedultd to .-row brighter nightly.
GERMAN SHIP WITH
PULITZER'S ESTATE NETS
OVER EIGHTEEN MILLIONS
NT.W YOltfC. Sept. :. Tho sup
plemental nport of tax upiimisers
reiiipmisiiig the estate of .los-'pl.
Fulitrcr, publisher of tho New Yoik
World nnd the St. Louis I'ost-Dis
patch, nt the tune of his denth, mniV
public this nftcrnonn, lixes the grns
xnlue of (he estate nt .f-t,:i::,l.S,
and the net value nt f lH.(!:i7,"il.r,.
DIAMONDS AND SUCCESS
Wenrinj; diamonds jjives nu air of prisperily (hat luing greater sueeefs.
Hvcryontv knows that diamond are liijjh, mid tliat uo one can wear them
who has not cousnlerahle means or first-clans ciedil. If, thru, xou wear
them xou are showing ioitivcl Hint von are ut least on the road lo.ptos-
perity, ititd il is human nature to pay tribute lo suceci. hy helpiat; it to further micccs.
It is business ftir a business mini to show thai lie is succcsslul, for it will hrlnir him more
nnd better cisomcrs, and Ihefe is no httler way o show that yon am Kiirrcful than hv
wealing well chosen diamonds. All our diamonds are correclly railed hv cxpils, tt il It
exact weights, ipiahliCs and lowesl prices marked in plain lignte. Selections -cut nn.x
where on hpproval.
MARTIN J. REDDY
212 East Main Street
Kdward Adams Cantrell, a
noted Chautauqua and Lyceum lec
turer of Portland will discuss tho
Twelve Fundamental Fallacies of
Prohibition at tho Natatorlum Hall
Tuesday ovenlnj; nt 8 p, m. Mr. Cnn
troll Is a finished Bpeakor and should
bo heard by overy voter on this very
Important subject. Ills thomo is
"The Caso Against Prohibition," and
this subject will be bundled In a
LONDON'. Sept. 22, 7:07 p. in.
The Herman steamer Professor
Woennann of tlio Wocniiunn line,
with .'100 Herman rcscivisls on hoard,
has been taken captivo nnd bronchi
into Siena Leon, on the west coast of
Africa, necordiiijf fo information
which lias readied Loudon.
Miss Venlta Hamilton desires to
nnnounco that sho has opened a
piano studio at C1G North Central
avenue and Is prepared to teach
pupils from the first rudiments to
tho hlchent perfection. lf!9
Mrs. E. M. Redington
27 Crape Street
Thursday and Friday Only
Lecture at 2:30 P. M. Daily
NOW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE A HUGHES ELECTRIC RANGE
COOK WITH ELECTRICITY. WE KNOW YOU'LL LIKE IT
IRENE HAMPTON ISAACS
Mm School of Plino
Instructor, Accompanist, Coach for
"Sun Spun -Noodle,
Willi Tmihlfil "Snow Fluke"
Soda, "BwiiHlilm lliand" , jif
Uhh of IIiikIich Klucliio llroilcr . J
Hfci'imed I'olatocH lice lllv TfnTijr "
''ItyciH liliio Itihbon Floui"
"lloyal Cluh" Colfeo
.MiH, llcilinlou will ircmio u Hblcctioii of nhovc dishes, HecipuH
.I'IKKIIIAM NVKIlNKHIlAV, KKI'T, 2.1
Hiihjccl: "I'l.OI'll, lis QiinlilicH mid Miiiliifiii'luic," Ten IlieinU finiu oun cnl.'c of yciihl,
Studio 1 105 West Main St.
I'oilluud pud "WlllmneKo
points and Huler