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MEbFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
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OfflCA Mall Tribune nutldlntr, 15-1MI
North rir utrcft; f lophont 76.
The Dcmocrnlle Tlmn, The Hertford
Malt, Tiio Medford Tribune. Th South'
am OroRonlAn, The Ashland Tribune.
One year, by mall fS.OO
One month, by mnll.. - .60
Per month, delivered by carrier vln
Medford, Jackconvllle and Can
tral Point .60
Saturday only, by mall, per year 8.00
tveemy. per rear - .ou
Official PAper of the City of Medrord.
Official Iper of Jackaon County.
Hntered nn afcond-claia matter at
Medford, Oricvn. under the act of
March 3, 1878.
With Med for Btop-Orar
PKK1XG. Oct. 7. Apfonlins to
mlvicoH rcppivi'tl hprp, llio rsiilroml
Mntinn at Chi Kim, in Shnn Tuns:
province, west of Kino Cliow, liui
lippii occiipitil liy thirty JapaiiP-p
fiildipi. One liitmlrt'il and fifty
Mine arc c.vih'HimI tomorntw.
A lipntpi frina ('hi Xan says no
train aru ruuiiinx over tin- Shan
Ttinji railroad. The mllin topk
luu been collected, mttMly at Chi
Xan. Germans from all nlons the
line, including women and children,
!iap taken refaP at Chi Xan. TIip
Japanese leintiou hero ay sIprp
j;iins are now ready for an attark on
Tsia" Tan. The flernuin nrrion,
the location continues will he Htun
inoned to Mirrender and opportunity
will he given iion-eonihatnnts to eoaie
oat. The Anicriean legation in l'ek
incr has sent instructions to V. It.
I'eck, Ameripan conill nt Txins Tan.
to come oat when this opportunity is
The Japanese have relenel the
employes of the Shnn Tung railroad
previously held bv them.
J.OXDOX. Oet. 7. Another whis
per of peaee has been heard as a re
sult of the efforts of the (leniinu
peace association, wIiom! president
lias been at The Hague, to bring
about n meeting of international p.i
eificif.!.. This meeting, however, is
j-atd to hne failed because of trans
portation dil (lenities. The came
reason has led to the abandoning of
the attempt to couxoku The Hague
The oidy other political newt, of
importance is u rumor that the
French government fhoitly will iiku
back to Paris.
URGE LETTERS TO
AID NORMAL SCHOOL
Tlio commlttco In charge, of tho
normal school campaign bun suggeut
ud a way In which every friend of
education and thu children can hulp.
Hero it in.
Wrlto the following letter to every
adult friend within the Btate. Make a
Eopnrato copy with pen and Ink for
each friend. Underscore tho request
that that friend should do the same
thing, namely, copy tho letter to her
clrclo of friends. In this way a
largo, widely-scattered number of
pcoplo can bo reached with a direct
Tho commlttco earnestly urges a
general responso to this request.
Down hero In southern Oregon wo
aru greatly Interested In tho measure
referred to tho people by tho legisla
ture at tho coming election, for the
re-opening of thu Southern Oregon
Stato Normal school,
This means much to us. Tho chil
dren of all southern Oregon need the
school need It badly. Our common
schools havo far too many untrained
teacljorH becauso a lack of normal
training opportunity presents our ob
taining trained teachers. Wo try to
employ competent dresumakor3; wo
aiq particular about tho doctor wo
call In, should wo not bo far more
particular about tho traluers of our
I urge you to glvo this mcasuro
your earnest support. Vote and urgo
others to vote, 213 X Yes.
Wo nro writing this lottor to our
frlyndH within tho stato. Now, if
thorn friends will wrlto to tholr
friends, wo can mahtt this n real In
fluence for good, J'lcno copy this
letter and scud It to us tunny friends
us tpulhlo, ro'iuctftliiK each to do tho
WOODROW WILSON, SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE
SJNCR the dnys of .lonVi-son, the white lioiwo has not
boon tenanted by one like unto Woodrow Wilson. As
.reftVrson faced tho landed and oonuuoroial aristocracy of
his day with unflinching courage- and noblo devotion to the
people and righteousness, Woodrow Wilson is fighting
successfully the amalgamated plutocracy of this country.
His task is far greater than .Jefferson's because the pluto
cracy of this day is far more powerful. Today it controls
the dissemination of informatien: it dominate; a hireling
press that scatters misrepresentation and almse in every
corner of the republic.
oodrow uson s task is one that calls tor one oast m
heroic mold. Since, tho time of Andrew .Jackson, no presi
dent dared to defv the money power of this count rv till
Wnnnifiw wmmi nimon to ho imimimoiI tint now hml?inr
law, that tho bankers in conventions assembled all over
the land, at the behest of their masters, the arch-robbers
of "Wall street, unqualifiedlv denounced.
Theodore Roosevelt is a courageous man. He criticised
the monopolist and money-baggers of this country in unre
sorvoAi terms, but when constructive legislation was
broached, the powers of wealth frightened him into delay
"Woodrow "Wilson, ''the schoolmaster." with fidelity to
truth and right, has gone steadily forward, because he has
but one single purpose to serve the people of this country
and he litis won the confidence of the common people,
the respect of his enemies and the admiration of the world.
His patience, .forbearance, fortitude, construotiveness
have all been "to one end the conservation of humanity.
To keep out of war with other nations, to keep sit peace
with the world and lessen the next great evils economic
and industrial warfare among our own people.
Woodrow "Wilson knows as one of the people ihal
grave economic problems that disturb cannot be settled
by tariff changes or penal statutes. I n Mexico he said the
great question was the land question, and the Mexican
people could not rise until that was settled in their behalf.
As one of the people, Woodrow Wilson knows that the
people oi tins country nave conditions tliat must he re
solved in their behalf, if our standard of citizenship is io
lie maintained and not depressed. Hut with the minions of
capital dominating the press of this land, controlling one
of the strong political parties, it is easier for him to help
the" people of Mexico tit the present time than to bring
relief to his own people. He must await the hour.
The question is, Will the people of this country sup
port this honest heart, this constructive leader, this public
servant devoted and consecrated to the cause of the great
mnss of the people, or will they send to the capitol those
who cannot or will not see-the vision? Is lie to be upheld
by intelligent support or made the victim of ignorant,
partisan and selfish criticism and abuse? Is he to be given
the aid he asks for in Chamberlain, or is his patience to be
tried by the people of this state sending to the senate one
whose mind is so weak and potty that he can conceive of
no argument for his own election than the fact that a few
i i i... i i l n. i yii . rut
eggs nave oeen nrougut; to mis eounrry irom Linna i rue
value of those qs& is not material, but the whole number
imported would jiot make two eggs for each resident of
Portland one breakfast. This argument insults the intelli
gence of the people of Oregon.
To send Mr. Booth to Washington means adding one
more to those who for only vicious reasons would impair
or destroy the work of America's greatest statesman. lie
will onlv be another added to the old guard the Ctull'm-
gers, Smoots, Weeks et al, tho political jackals of this
countrv who have with and lor the lions ot plutocracv
hunted and devoured the people of this country for half
IN BATTLE WAGED
ON CHICAGO STREET
Dollarhide Toll Road and Its History
This article upon tho Dollarhide! many continue to keep up and over
toil road is furnished by C. n. Wat
son ot Ashland, attorney for Mr. Dol
larhide in his controversy with tho
ato said road and collect such IoIIh,
until the county docs pay said money.
Thu road continued to bo so opor
county, and prcsontB tho Dollarhide J ated under lease until 1890. Tho
vinw la8t lease executed between Jackson
county and tho owners ot said road
was dated October C, 1880, and was
for ton years, Tlio said jcaso so
(Continued from yesterday)
Aa tlin enilnlrv fllldil mi mill thft
necessities qf travel demunded ac- executed by Jackson county recites
commodatlons for wagons, the plon-
the Territorial Act of 1838 as tho
eers got together and marked out a net recognized, and furthor recites as
road. There were not people enough follews:
to bear so heavy an expense and In ' "It is further agreed that at tho
1SSS tho Territorial legislature at end of ten years tho county shall
tho request of Juckson county pabsed havo nil tho rights and privileges nl-
an ait entitled "An Act to Incorpoiata
the Siskiyou Mountain Wagon com
pany," authorizing tho construction
of tho road, granting to thu company
tho right to collect tolls, and fixing
tho rates thereof.
Tho company was organized, tho
road constructed and its operation
under tho law of 1858 has been con
tinuous from that dato to this. Tho
Territory was admitted as a stuto in
1859, and in 1802 an Act was passed
by tho stato legislature, making all
territorial roads county roads and
providing that where said roads were
being operated as toll roads under tho
tcnltorlal law, the county In which
such road was situated might leaso
the same for a period of ten years, tho
Iouboo to bo governed by tho terri
torial law Jn tho rato of tolls to bo
charged. (It will ho seen that tho
counties wero not authorized to fix
toll rates.) Tlio law or 18G2 also
provides that at tho expiration of
ten ears term of leano tho county
In Its dlscietlou, may tuko over said
road by paying to said leueeo, tho
cost of construction, maintenance,
etc., less thu tolls collected,' together
with SO per cent to bo nddod to tho
amount of tho dlfforeiKo, It also
provides that If tho county falls to
pay to Milit leaxeo tho sum or minis I'lioni M. 47 u 47-JB
of money provided for, thu leuisou AujbuUmw Mrvlc DopMjr Gtiror
lowed by the General Laws of Oregon
In esction US, pago CC9, but if tho
county of Jackson shall fall to pay
tho said company tho amount al
lowed by said section then in that
event, tho said company may charge
the amounts allowed by artlclo 3 and
no more, until tho county comply
with the terms of said section .18,"
At tho dato of tho execution ot said
agreement, Jesse Dollarhldo was
president, and H. C. Dollarhldo was
secretary of said company, tho first
being father and the latter being tho
brother of L. D. Dollarhldo, tho pres
ent ownnr and operator of said road
At the expiration of said leaso, to
wit: October 0, 1890 no now leaso
was mado and Jackson county falling
to comply with tho requirement of
said law, tho company continued to
operate said road and to chargu said
(To bo continued.)
Ith Medfnrrt trado is Mndford nid
John A. Perl
ClUCAUO, Oct, 7.- Plvo men wore
wounded In n street Unlit at Chirk and
Randolph streeta here today, Tho
weunded: Harney UerUrho, politi
cian; lecontly roiiNlctcd of operating
a confidence game In connection with
a clalrvojanl ring alleged to bao
taken tens of thoutaudsi of dollars
from dupe; out on ball.
William Kgau, detective serjeeant.
.lames .Monaghnu, detective or
geant. Nathan Splia, roreullv convicted of
arsen: nt liberty pondlujc decision of
Ted Owens, a friend of HortHche.
Tht) detcctlws had Just taken llert
scho Into custody when It In said ho
broko loose, and dashing Into tho mid
die of the street, opened tiro on tho
officers. The detectives replied and
In all about -0 shots were fired.
Street traffic at the Inter-sectlon
ot Clark and Randolph streets Is con
gested, and there was a mnd rush to
cover on the part of pedestrians anil
drivers of vehicles.
It Is believed that none of thoic
utruck by bullets were fatally In
jured. Splrn and Owens are leportcd to
have been walking along tlio street
and to have been tho kllnm of stray
The Oppoihinlty It lleie, Hacked lly
Don't tako our word for It.
Don't depend on a stranger's state
ment, Head .Medford endorsement,
Head tho tdatotucnlH of Mod fold
And decide for yourself.
Here Is one cuhu of It,
C C Kilbs, grocer, W. Main St..
Medfoid, Ore., says: "1 suffered
from a dull ache In tho small of my
buck for months. The kidney secre
tions were unnatural and 1 bad (rou
ble In controlling them, t finally
got a supply of Dean's Kidney I'llls
and took two or tbreo boxes. Tho
pain left me and my kidneys aio now
lit much better shape. I willingly
couth m the endorsement I gave
Dunn's Kidney Pills several jenrs
ago, when I lived In Madeua, Minn.
1 wlllluglv allow you to publish that
statement hero for tho benefit of my
I'rlco fine, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney lemedy get
Dean's Kidney IMIls- tho mviho that
Mr. Krlbs had. rostor-Mllburn Co..
Props., Huffalo, N, Y -Adv.
WES HABEAS CORPUS
SUII AT SAN ANIONIC1
SAN' AN TON' ID, Tex., Oct. 7.
Ilea nil" of the biibca- roipiit Milt
brought iv Victor I". I tines iharxed
with murdi-r, and In- wile, chut-gcil
with beiiu; an ueeivorv in connec
tion with the diMippenmnce of Mr..
Kloit Xeliiw Dennis and her tiMor,
Mif Ucatnee Nelms ot Atlanta. On.,
was positioned today until October
Got to Go Deep to
Liniment Help Locally, But
the Disease is Way Down
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To b1 at tin? source of rlirnmsllc
palna It rmulrMt tlio iinj, marching In
tinmen n( H. H. ft, lh fatuou IiIihmI pur
Iflir, UtiriirnallKcu It primarily a til'!
dltrais Hint, ulnce It U In Dili vllal lltiM
tbat rlit'iimallc Ii iiilrnclra are rarrlnl,
lixljm la tlin Julnl ami ruiiaclm, tin-re to
Irrltnti" tlin ii'rvt-H autl prixluc palu.
Ami In nrilrr to ilrlvc iiitt thr piln In.
lllctluK iwlioni It rriilrra F. H. H. to
(Ink lrip Into tho tiny RlaniU Imtx.iMnl
In I lie Innrrmoxt tlniKi. H, K. H. Irarrli
wlitroYcr tlir Mooil K'mi ntiit ncrrr loro
Id rnnllrlnn! Intlurmr. Ttil itplaln
why it ntrrcomn ti mt chronic form
of rhi'iimatliin, why It illilnilgm tho bard
dtpoilU that tbtckrn the Joint", fur It nets
si a mlvrut and anlt Hit blond to pro
vide In tlio tluura thou natural elfini-ntu
for which tb ixnty bulldlnx prixi mil.
tlnually cravi-s and mutt liarc.
If jou litis nnrr uwd K. K. K. for
rliriimallitn, K't n litll Ifwlay of any
dniKKl't. (' It dlrei tnl nnd with
aomp almplo home hclpa you will anon
dethrone the worat nd uioat painful
forma of rhnimatlain. Write the mrdl.
tal dfpartiunil, Tlif Pwltt Hpnlflc Co,
11.1 Mwlft lll'l', AUnntn, fla , for addi
tional ndvlic. Youra may be a raao
a(rn a allk'ht htlp from n rprciallat
whoae ndrli-c la trvf, will aolro tlin rnjra
tcry that hna lim inniloc life mlarralilo
for you. When ron aak for H. K. K. In
klt uor It uml rcfiuo all aululltuKu.
In All Hrnndies nntl Kloctilion
PROF. II. ISAAC
Will tench theory, definition,
iuiiil.-is, readui;, eondiictiutr,
liarmony, teachers' truiuiinr.
prcptiratory course for niiHin
college, ndvniiee vvmk for last
.vfur's ntudciitM, voice pliicinu,
bii'iilliinj,', iirtleitluttoit, inter
pictitliciii ami evpre-iiou.
I'loi'iitioii ami tin ucccxiii v
plivsienl eeici"iw for the lice
and tleible use of the whole
Imdv in hinin nud speaking.
Hojr' and gill-' class en
rolled Sat u i day, October lit,
10 a. m.
Private studcnN enrolled
.Saturday, October 10, 11 u. m.
Auditorium, llaplist eliurch
building, ciirucr Xortb (Vnlnil
and Fifth stieel.
The large tooiu and platform
is ideal for all vocal work.
Home citclc clattNc, nUo
pi iv ute le-Hons. in students'
homes can be etigaxcil. Kce
tn-liiiilor or drop caul, ( ten
et. 1 1 Delivery, .Medford, (lie.
Klaw and Erlanger
I0G ADMISSION 10c
Wr.DNKSDW Tilt U.SD.W
P.veiv da uiatiiico 'i p in. till . p, in.
KvenliiK 7 p. m till 1 1 p. in.
A coiitliiunim dhow.
runnor iti;.vi:it ciikkic
Two reel K-ll of mHlery and Ihrllln,
ending In a love loiuamo.
TWO Itltli'l. ICOV.VIOSH COMIIDV
Die AIAVAVS loc
Advnnccil VniHlovlllc nnd
iSclcctcil riiotoplnys ,f.
Do(H Open 7 I'. M.
l.ouet' I'looc lilo Hub ony I Kit
Oni! filiilit Only
"KITTY MAC KAY"
(lly Catliuilne Cltioboliu t'liibiilK)
A love lni. will'ii liuiiib in eeiy
This compnuv lima the mimuciigt
I tll d.Vfd Tot' :i(IU NIIC(tCrivtt
uiibl nl lb'' edv tlnialtir, .Vew
Vurk, to MtitmliiiK loom only.
I'riecMrfiOe Io f I. fill.
Account of (be cnxntjcini'iit nl'
"Kittv MaeKuv" on tills dale, A
SI'IUMAI. MATINIT. will b-uiveu
at l!:l.i 'I'hiiixdav alteriioon, in or
der Mini our mniiv pntiiui may nee
the "Tiev ' lleuit-." The entire
bill advi'ilmid for Thiirsiluv will
be -.Iii.vmi n the matilHe.
Page Theatre SSS8
WJI.1-.LIAIVI ELLIOTT Presents
Second door oant 1'ii'sl Nut.
Bank. Phone 252
Spciml sale on DiiIIih, Wc nie .ellui" our bulm out nt cost, n
we ate oici-toel:cd, so nro i"inK ' ,u I'1" I"-'"!1''' "f Medfoid and
vicinity the benetit. Call, ct our price.
Downtown hoio nt I'nluce of Swectn.
OiccuboiHCH, KIO.'i Hast Main, l'lione 117 1.
PIERCE THE FLORIST
. . (Dr Ci)t1m CWhi CJ.b)
fHic lovcrSlory With a Lauflh in Every Line
Prices 50c to $1.50. Scuts on Sale Monday, October 5lh
, Mail Orders Now Received
We Are Headquarters for Poultry In Medford
Will always pay you the highest
market cash prices. Can use all kinds.
We solicit your trade.
MEDFORD POULTRY & EGG CO.
TKLBI'IIONK 583 129 FIR STRKliT
2:15 P. M.
"Trey (T Hearts"
"Memories In Men's Souls'-
Willi Norma 'ralwiiildt!
With Flora Finch . ,
AND SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM BY
The Page Orchestra