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MEDFORD MATTJ TRIPUm frrtiPFORD, OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH (5. .1910
MEDFOKD MAPI TRIBUNE
an inokimcndknt KKwaiAPnn
ruuMHiuci) nvwnv aktkhnoon
KXCKIT HUNIMY J1Y TUB
MKIJFOUU PU1NTIKQ CO.
Offlcn Mnll Trlbuno tSulldtnj;, 25-27-29
North Kir street; Iclnpliono 75.
NECESSITY OF GROWTH.
Tlio Domoerrttlo Tlmcii, Thn Medford
jhaiIi inn itioornra Trunin, tiio tsoum
em UivKonlnn, Tho Anlilnntl Tribune.
On year, by mnil......
una manui, ny innii-
ler month, ilellvernl by cnrrlcr In
MoiUard, I'll oo nix, jRclixonvilla
and Centrnl Point -..,. .60
Batiinlny only, by mnll, per ycar 2.00
Weekly, per year.,, 1.S0
Official Paper of the City of .Med ford
Official Paper of Jockton County. 'r
Bntered nil nccond'ClnaB matter Hi
Med ford, OrcRon, under tho act of March
Bworn Circulation for 1914. SS8S.
Full leased wlro Associated Prcaa dla-patchen.
Subscribers falling to receive
papers promptly, phone Clrcu-
latlon Manager at 250R.
had secured n now low prlco on
ViiiuidgliiK oil tor tho 1015 hcaboii.
l.nst your locivl orclmrdtsta hail to
imy flvo cents n Kivllon but tliln your
tho prlco will ho throo ami throo
tentlin of n cent a Ktilton, Under
this year's nnreoniont tho orchardlat
will havo to pay S10 n car for hnnd-
UnB, etc., and stand tho demurrage
nnd waste hut this will make tho ox
Vonso of tho oil over a cent a Ballon
less than last year.
AHIioukU tho cool sprliiR and hack-
ward season has" -kept tho fruit back
and botterod tho conditions regard
Iiik probable loss from frosts tho
local association 1$ takliiR no chances
out with tli'
"Wig Ashpolo Is
brlsht suggestion that tvplto o' high
flour, -bakers could git double results
by makln.' -preUcIs."
'Twas Well Ho A-Ou-d
Old Man What are you fishing
Old Man WJiat arc snlgs?
Sonny I don't know; I ain't never
caught any yet. Birmingham Age
"Tho manager, you say, gave your
part In tho piece to another member
of tho company. Admitted. But
you can't suo him for that!"
"Can't 17 Ho took my character
away, didn't ho?"
A Fnlr Offer
A man who had purchased some
currant buns at a bakery was dis
tressed, on starting to eat one, to
find that it contained a fly. Return
ing to tho bakery, ho mado an indig
nant complaint, demanding another
bun in placo of the Inhabited one.
"I'm Borry, sir," said tho sales
woman, "I can't glvo you another
bun, but if you will bring back" tho
fly I will exchange It for a currant."
"I am undone!" cried tho beauti
ful heroine, turning ghastly palo.
For sho had heard her -brand-now
waist rip at tho scams. Baltimore
"Why is Maudo so angry with tho
"Sho found u label on tho back of
Iter picture vaylng: 'The original of
this photograph is carefully pre
"Jakesby has mado n fortune in
tho manufacture of baby porambula
tors." "Very likely. Jakesby always was
n man of push." St. Louis Times.
"i'rlsonor, you nro charged with
loitering about town in a very sus
picious manner, and with not having
any visible means of sustenance.
What do you do for a living?"
Prisoner wiped a tear from his eye,
and turned a haggard faco to tho
"Your worship," said he, "I am en
gaged in manufacturing smoked
glasses for vjowlng eclipses an In
dustry that entails protracted per
iods of enforcod leisure."
Miss RandWhy, Kate, how do
you do? I lmvqn't seen you for sev
eral years, Caught a husband yet?
Mrs. Reno Gopdneos, yes. I've
caught three and let two go, Boston
Mother What do you think you
,vlll mako out of my daughter's tal
ent? Pre, feasor (absent-mlndodly)
About halt & guinea a lesson. If the
niDtini tini da VuatsxTinnrion Onlnlon.
EUOENU is raising $150,000 lor u hico iadory and ac
tually raising it.
Medford was askod to raiso $50,000 for a lumber and
box factory to skin sending out of the valley all tho money
spent for lumber and fruit boxes. Letharyis allowing the
opportunity to pass.
Neither Eugene nor Medford, nor any other eity is go
ing to secure factories of any kind without local co-opeVa-tion.
If the local capitalists and property owners have not
sufficient, fnjth in the future of their locality to invest in
needed industries, outside capital will not.
A community's future depends upon the coiinnunit v it
self. A thousand localities clamor for industries. loti,"orro,'f"itKiowor.
of them offer inducements, subsidies, sites, traffic, lU'eos-r""10 !,?B'UB ,M, p,,,,1,,' of U,,U,UI
sibility to markets, to secure them. No capitalist is coiiuiliS w,u ll ul'umlnnt for "" M,w
around witli lactones upon silver platters as community
Interior cities, without adequate transportation facili
ties, without tidewater facilities, without direct lines to
the eastern markets, dependent entirely upon the whim of
of a siuglo transportation line, with a heavy handicap in
the way of freight rates, are not attractive to industry.
There is no reason why they should be.
The first step iu Medford 's development must be in
the creation of modest industries for which there is a local
market. Home grown products and natural resources
must be utilized to fill local demands, and stop the never
ending drain on the community caused by importing most
of our necessities. Given these, the community will be
prosperous enough to solve the problems of transportation
.uiu uiiii-nuuuK esbuuuiu uj euiariiuu ueveio niui'iir. amount of nc.nr,rv i.iri. (hi ,
Industries Will not build themselves, nor AVill thev he ! I'nny rnrrlos require!) nn army of 22
presented as trifts. Thev must be created and loeallv ere- lm,n tlu' t!,co to make tho shifts
ated or at least local co-operation must be forthcoming to !"lwocn nc,-,x bm" ml
,,.,(. ' j.i,; ..! Ititmes nro of the latest and most ox-
assist 111 tllCir crefltlOU. j pensive material. Tho Today com-
Until the people of the community realize this mid ex-'nanv is nn nbroiutP aii-star east.
tend financial and business co-operation, we cannot expeotj Arthur iiyron last year was lo.-ni
community growth or development. The best we can ,nK ,na" w,lh Mrfl- vui0- n n,8(
liopc lor is to mark time, if not to actually dnit backward,
for no community rests upon a solid base unless it is self
supporting and self-sustaining.
The Rogue river valley has outarown the old condition
wherein a. small population was supported in plenty bviKlnP,,Mlor-Co',,,,,,,B'p,,l,r,,-,IJrron
hip land holdings. It has not yet measured up f. tli - ' nJ&ZXS.
quirements of the new conditions, with many tunes tire 'lionairo invito uo smith. Mou.o."
population to be sustained. To meet these conditions, the- nertim Mann, the leading woman.
small tract must be made as productive as the lari?e tract ,s rried the most promising of
formerly was, and industries created to supply local do-!""1,hr,5roun"?r "V!,1-, oh l1"' ,bocJl
i i i i . it.' . Wlt h Adams, Arnold Oalv. as his load-
mauds and furnish employment. las vmM0.'nnA w., XRnco o'.veiu.
Clnro Llndsey la an Kngltsh wom
an. Has plnyeU leads with Str
Charles Wyndham, Sir Oeorgo Alex
ander, Edward Terry and H. V. ICs
mond. Mnrguerlto StvJohn created Lady
Beaconsflold In "Olsracll," tho great
Gcorgo Arllss play. '
Allco Gale Is known as "tho best
mother" on tho stage.
Whllo Kathryn- Keys is Mrs. Ar
The Today company which will np
ponr at tho PagotWednoslny. March
10, will bo tho most expensive and
extravagant attraction since Omar,
tho Tontmnrker. Tho Imtnonno
plaed the lead with Maudo Adams In
"What Kvcry Woman Knows" and
ho Interpreted tho role of tho Dog In
"Chantlcler" with Maudo Adams.
This was the part that tho famous
Tho tiaskot bull championship of
Southern Orogon was practically won
lasi night by Ashland when thoy out
counted tho locals 2.1-17. Tho Ash
laud girls defentud tho Mod ford girls
:t-l, tu their third olash of thu sonson,
A thousnud pooplo attended tho
Ashland excelled In tram work
and showed excellent Judgment In
bnsket shooting. Thoy played a
ragged game and tho result of tho
contnts was over lit doubt. Mudtord
at times dished up hursts of seod
btit more often played In tho slump
At tho end of tho first period tho
score Mood, Ashland 12 and Medford
8. Ashland was always on tho long
end of tho score hut uover far enough
to bo at oa.no. TIioiiiih of the locals
took nn Important part. In the pro
ceedings and phlyvd tho ntondlost
game of tho evening. Orlsoz of
Ashland plnyod tho most spectacu
Tho teams play on tho Ashland
floor tonight In tho final game of tho
Tho Ashland flvo are regarded us
thn most probnblo winners of tho
The line-up follews:
30 MINERS E
ALIVE IN COLLIERY
IIINTOX, W. Vn Mnrcli II. Tlilr
ly iiiIiiim-m wore I'ouml nlivo ludjiy Iu
tint liiiyliuul luiuo of tint Now Kivor
uud I'oouliiiuluH Coul ootniuiiiY, w)ioio
tllO.V lllDl ID'OII fill Ol f HilllH) hint Tiles-
tiny when gns explosion wroidjotl
)iio mine nnd m'i'loiisly dnmngod two
ulliors. About 170 uien, m I'lir iih
ooulil Ins oliecKod li), wore lluiulit to
Imvo lost tlielr ll)s, mill IIiiih fur
Hovouly-oiglit bodies have bcou tiikon
out. liopo Tor any of tio n'ltmiiiiuK
uiluors was uliiiniloueil.
This nioniiujr ri'seuors ciiino upmi
an entry of uninlicr !l mine which lind
lieen liruottieod ttff. Cloio to tho
liriittioi' work live men wore encoun
tered nlivo, but iu it weakened condi
tion. Thoy ii'i tot led ulliors wuio ulivo
furthor Imt'l; iu llio nlry.
Tho losi'iit'i's hitsU'iii'il their efforts
initl mhui fuuio upon I u only-five idli
or lixing miners, npiiioutly little Hie
worse for their four iluys' impiisou-incut.
.1. I', flalo Is attending to business
matters In Portland,
Motlford's Lcmllitii Tliontcr
Love of Wofiien
A Man of Parts
Dance of Alep
Tcss of the Hills
Mr. M. II. Slolumutx, Otgaulst.
AO.MISMION a. 1)1.15 CC.VIH
Kraley UP Polouio
(Irlsex t Ir Williamson
Plymalo ...C Brown
Lilly RO Cowglll
Desman LO Ilcacom
"No New Brands of Love," Declares
Fullerton in Reply to Lilian Bell
tdanp1 hoWs pat.-
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AMlHtMef l&yk? Qw-oer
(By Hugh S. Fullerton.)
Miss Hell, after indicting men on
the charge that they do not know
how to make Jove, declares "a new
brand of love mnkinp is needed."
There nro no new brands. Use the
old brand of crossed hearts nnd the
the trademark of signs nnd kisses.
Avoid imitations. Miss Hell says
it was obsolete when Noah built the
ark, but it's a cinch that the animals
nil went two by two, male und female,
and they rubbed noses or held hands
and snuggled up to each other in the
nrk on thnt personally conducted
honeymoon trip just ns they would
Tho old brand is (he best. There's
nothing liko it, and if it's real it never
The trouble is that the girls in
vent a "lovolmnking" game, instead
of loving, and there is nil the differ
ence in tho world.
Hut so long its the girl keeps plny
ing tho game on tlioxpiare the mnn
will piny his. Ask any divorced worn
nn after sic epmes to her senses jf
Hint is not Inic.
He'll play hjs hand nnd pretend
nnd "make" lovo just as long as lliere
is n cliniico to stir up n spark of the
real thing 1
"Nobody takes time to make love
any more," according to Miss Hell.
I Imvo interviewed fathers with two
or inree marrjagcuuie uuuguiers mm i
discover thnt quite ns much love
making is indulged in now, and per
haps more, thnn ever before.
Tho gns meter nnd eleetrie lights
prove it. Besides, tho ago of mar
riage is ndvaneing steadily.
Our grandmothers were engmeil nl
17, and married nt 18. Nowadays a
girl considers herself n fool If she
marries before sho is 25, and n rami
wails until lip is established and can
support it wife.
Naturally thnt adds seven or eight
yean, of tho beet love-ranking time
to the period.
By the time a man has studied the
art of love-making (nnd it is an nrt)
nnd picks out the right girl, Iio'll bo
skilled enough nt making lave to keep
her thinking it's the real thing to the
end of her days, unless sho catches
him taking somo post-graduato in-
htruction'from tle stenographer.
Miss Bell und Ilutohms Hupgood
may eritieiso us men nil thoy want to.
Personally I think tlfoso two ought
to snoop around n little and see what
is going on.
Just try to sleep in a summer resort
hotel with three eolioege students nnd
threo country girls on tho veranda,
or watch a married man who has
been out until 2 n. in. mitko lovo to
his wife nt tho breakfast table.
I've- heard freshmen Hitting out
dances at n "prom" put up a lino of
love-making Unit would make old Pon
the subject, nnd have seen a farm
hand at n hay ride who could give
Jnmes Iv. Hntekoit ennls and spudos
and bent him.
The idea of telephones, telegraph,
automobiles and such things speed
ing up love-making is foolUli.
Thej' merely mnke for more oppor
tunities, mora nrnctico nnd n better
nnti more iimsiiol kind nt lovc-mak-. tint icinu-r tt im t mr i n m
, i,i ij,i .i: ,i. i .. latagr, iihI Out U talirtb. 1UH CaUrrb Cur
mg the old kind polished up by pmc-1 1. ibix.ni iui r .w iwn u tu mi.
t icai rraitronr. iurm iuiff cvn.inuiF'iwi
iIIhik, rrniln- a cvOMimtionai irraiicni.
$100 Reward, $100
The rtti-rt of Iblt tr lll t lt lo
I'irn mat tB.i it at jri i urt-aa") niwax
GET SMUDGE OIL
AT REDUCED PRICE
S. V. Beckwlth, manager of thn
Rogue River Fruit &. Produce asso
ciation, announced yesterday that ho
llill'a Catarrh l"nr U l.krn llilrrnallr. actlDC
dlrrctljr uia lb bloM n4 miwn mrfana of
tli .jitrm. tbrrtbr itnlrojlo lb frjandalkin
r thi. Hl.a. amf rtvlna th rallfnt alrtnEtb
l.f kalldlnc up tin ron.lltntlm ami ixlitlni ci.
i tar In iV-ln IU r tk Tb rt(irl'lra bt
an mnrb faltb la It rtiratlfv wrra mat mrr
nfTrr One llanIml IMtara lor anr r. that It
talla to rure. S.T'1 f r Hit ft tratliaunlaU.
A&lrra ' J. CIII:NCV k CO.. Toledo. O.
S..ld br all lrarilit, 73c.
Talia lltll'a I'anUIr I'llta for fon.llpitloo.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10th
All subscribers and nil oJ Iters In
terested In having n live band nro re
quested to meet at tho city hall Mon
day evening March Silt, nt 8:00 p. in.
for the purpose of forming a perma
CANT FIND DANDRUFF t
Bvery bit of dandruff disappears
after one or two applications of Dan
dorlno rubbed woll Into tho scalp with
the finger tips. .Out n 25-ceut bottle
of Onndcrlno nt nity drug store nnd
save your hair. After a few appli
cations you can't find a imrtlrlo or
dandruff or any falling hair, and tho
scalp will never Itch.
.Mat luce nnd Kvenlng
Hplsodo No. 0, Complete In two Reels
Reel Jd'jNtotio t'oiuody.
Mutual Weekly News
Dan Morgan's Wad
5 nud I Oc Six steels 5 and 1 lie
TO THE "MOVIE" LOVERS
of Medfordand the Rogue River Valley
1 llil A AijJCy
MEDFORD 'S LEADINGr THEATRE, THE THEATRE
OF EVERY COMFORT, WHICH PRESENTS
A GOOD SHOW ALWAYS.
Evor sinco tho Page Theatre oponod it's doors undor
tho presout manogomont, it has desirod to got into a class
oxclusivoly its own. This, too, without any dosiro to rofloct
on any other Medford thoatro.
Wo havo succoodod jn securing such a position by hav
ing formed a pormanont connection with tho Gonoral Film
company for the oxclusivo soloction of tho entiro output
of that great producing and distributing concern. The
Gonoral Film company has ono hundrod million dollars in
vested and is univorsally admitted to bo at tho vory foun
tainhead of tho industry. Horotoforo tho difficulty has
been that no ono house exclusively controled the soloction
or distribution. Now and from this timo on tho Page Tho
atro enjoys this exceptional advantage
Among tho great producing plants in this aggregation
are: Vitagraph, Broadway Star Foaturos, Klaw & Erlang
er Films, Biograph, Solig, Edison, Kalom, Lubin, Essanay,
Molios and many othor splondid offerings.
Among tho film stars to bo soon in those productions
aro Helen Garden, Alico Joyce, Kathryn Williams, Ruth
Roland, Anita Stowart, Flora Finch, Ruth Stonohouse,
Bossio Eyoton, Maurico Costello, Earl Williams, Francis
X. Bushman, John Bunny, Arthur Johnston and Charlos
Chaplin, tho comedian, who mado Koystono Comedios fa
mous ,and whom wo will romembor as playing ono of tho
loads in "Tillio's Puncturod Roraanco."
Tho Page will chango its program complotely four timos
a weok, Sundays, Mondays, Wodnosdays and Fridays, and
tho public will always find a dopondably good and satisfy
ing show at tho Page Thoatro, Tho movio patron nood not
bother to ask "What's on at tho Page?" All ono nood do is
drop in, and thero will always bo something on to givo
value, which added to exceptional comforts, porfoct vonti
ation and courteous and officiont sorvico, makes this tho
atro the pride of Medford. This, with our largo Wurlitzor
Orchestra, Mr. M. H. Stoinmotz, organist, will mako our
programs stand .out as exceptionally fino.
This is Absolutely a Guaranteed
PRICES: Lower floor, first 14 rows, $2.00; last 4 rows, $1.50, Balcony,
first 4 rows, $1.50; next, $1.00; next, 75c; next, 50c.
Mall orders accompanied by check received now. Scat sale opens Box
9!9.ifyPyi fjlarcli 0, 10 it. nit Telephone 410,
t a TTr a T,ra, r,-n a XrtrtsLi a -
at aB BAarHHMK LA I ali A ' H A W m B K LA. I m B Li f
The Andrews Opera Co.
with a Cast of Metropolitan Singers in
44AT A TO THTT A
im A-m, i' m
r I l -a f"
Serio-Camic Opera in Five Acts Under the Auspices of
MEDFORD LODGE OF ELKS
Monday, March th