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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1915)
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Ot'rt. K. KlrfciiiUrlclt will deliver n
fri'fc lecture nt St. Mark's fihlt Tlitim-
ilay evoillnij on "War, What For."
Hunr.x' TlioinnK, of UodtJJnR, Cnl.,
In In tlio city on htifdneim.
Whnt'a hotter tlian nn old eatab-
llnhcd firo Innurnnco Company nftor
a tlrtii Only ont ' premium. Son
Kranclfcco Iobboh pnld In full, $4,4rV
OOO.O0. Soo IIKNNWTT nt 102 West
Malri St., Agent' for UNION ASSUR
ANCE SdCIETV Oi' LONDON. 30.1
'if I,. Olten of ih& KrtRlo Point dis
trict. I" attending to bnalncm affairs
In SfciWord today.
MMsVlorehco Vaughn visited with
frlomlu In Mcdford Monday after
Fresh Columbia river smelts six
cqnto a pound. Mcdford Fish &. Poul
try Market. Phono .1C2. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Kvorot McArthur vis
ited with friends and relatives In
Cecil Hansen departed this morn
ing for his homo In Sacramento after
It Uo weeks Visit with friends In
Aro you Insured by n first-class
company? If not soo VT. T. York at
"Miss Edith Yob, of Apple-gate, Is In
tlio city as the guest of friends.
'Cloll Wright wan up- from Rock
Point this morning.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Opposite
J, C. Wilson, a business man of
Portland, Is spending a few days In
E. D. Cox, of Phoenix la spending
tho day In Bedford.
'Fresh Columbia river smelts six
cents a pound. Mcdford Fish & Poul
try Market. Phono 302. tf
Herman Drown foft this morning
for lteddlng, Cal., whoro ho will re
main for sovcrnl days.
A large number of out of town pco-
plo attended "Martha" presented at
tho Page last night by tho Andrews
Flro Insurance C. Y. Tengwald
Miss Itctha Goodman of Grants
Pass Is the guest o friends In Med-
Get it af D Voft'i
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Megb were Jack
sonville visitors Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C- M- Thompson, ot
Iluch, spent Monday In Jacksonville
and Mcdford on business.
Kodak finishing the best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Opposite Book
Walter Simpson, a ranchman ot
Evans creek, is In tho city visiting
with friends and attending to busi
Freeh Columbia river smelts six
cents a pound. Medford Fish & Poul
try Market. Phono 362. tf
Mrs. Hat Stater has returned from
a visit to friends in Iloseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Scars havo re
turned from a visit to frionds in Ash
land, Auto Insuranco. C Y. Tengwald.
The work of exacavatlng tho base
ment for the new federal building,
has been completed. Concrete forms
aro now being put In place and tho
work of filling the forms will be
started in a few days.
Matlnoe, tho Page today.
0. N. Nelson attended to business
matters In Eaglo Point yesterday.
F. B. Older, of Ashland, Is spend
ing the day in Mcdford.
See Davo Wood aoour. that fire In
suranco policy. Offlco Mail Tribune
Carl Pearson returned this morn
ing from a several days stay In
Sweet cider at Do Voa'i.
Miss Hilda Whipple, of Wlmer,
spent Monday afternoon with friends
Infants sets made to order, from
13 to 3C pieces. Prices $5.00 and up.
Also chlldrun's cloth. 10C North
Front streot. 102
Henry TV Jackson, of Salem, is In
tho valley inspecting local condi
tions. (Jot ysur butter, cream, milk and
buttor-rallV, at De Voe'.
H. M. Fields of Applegate, te in
the city today'.- . -. ..
MIbs Fay Pankcy is expected to
return from Portland this week.
Pelvltonor for ladles. Mrs. Leach.
Tho Applegate school basket ball
team moots tho Talent quintet In
Talent Saturday night.
, Clarla Myers motored to Medford
Early cabbage and cauliflower
pianttf ready March 1st. Orders also
taken for all kinds oft vegotablo
plants. Maddox & Bonney, phone
87-Tt. b 310
, Thomas anljn motored to tho
' cHy Monday.
fj. C. Nebley, an Applegate ranch-
r, t In Medford this week attend-
1WS to prbperty Interests hero.
' fSOOO.OO (o loan, See Holmes,
.the Insurant Man,
' ; Bpaelal 8. T. Aent tf. Cnturl, of
John Carlton has relumed to his
countr yhomo In tho Talent district
after n brief Btay In Medford,
Prismatic Ray has accomplished tho
most wonderful results In scalp trou
blo turd only In connection with
Marlnello treatments. Try It for
(ailing hair. Martnolto Hair Shop,
40 Gnrnett-Coroy llldg.
O. 11. Watt of Montague, Cal., Is
here us the guest of friends.
lien Lyman spent Monday in Gold
Hill on business.
ltogor Stovonfdn 'of Kuch (s spend-
Ing tho dny In Medtqrtl.
J, O. Corking, the best all around
photographer In 'southern Oregon.
lwnys reliable. Negatives mado any
whore, tlmo or place. Studio 338
Main St. Phone 330-T.
O. L. Peterson of eastern Oregon,
Is In the valley looking for n suitable
location. Mr. Peterson will proba
bly 'locate near Medford.
The Tuesday luncheon club meet
this afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J. M. Itoot of West Main streot.
For better Insuranco, see Holmes,
tho Insuranco Man.
Tho regular meeting of tho Par-cnts-Teaeherfl
circle ot the Washing
ton school Is being held this nfter
noon. "Tho Problem of tho Excep
tional Child' is being discussed.
Tho Shakespeare Study club will
meet this evening at the public li
brary. Miss Fay Cnrxcr has returned to
her homo In Phoenix after a short
stay In Mcdford as the guest or Miss
Mrs. F. E. Merrick will entertain
tho eiccutlvo board of tho Greater
Medford club at luncheon at 'her
homo on East Main street Wednes
Tlio Ladles' Auxiliary of tho First
Baptist church aro holding their reg
ular weekly meeting this afternoon.
Wm. Gerlgot tho Pacific & Eastern
railway, has returned from a busi
ness trip to St. Paul, Minn.
Tex Htbon, formerly of the Mcd
ford Hotel, Is working in a hotel In
Tho Woman's Relief Corps, lunch,
dinner. Watch for date, prices and
anmo Warden W. L. Flnley left for
Portland Tuesday evening, after hav
ing arranged with Judge ' W. S.
CrowcII to -act as custodian of tho
fund bclng-i raised by sportsmen of
the stato far tho widow ot mo iaie
Garao Warden Hubbard. -The Judge
kindly volunteered his services which
were eagerly accepted.
Game Warden Flnley has arranged
to supply COO feet ot Rogue river
fishing films for the moving picture
panorama A. C. Allen is preparing for
tho Rogue river valfoy movies at the
Oregon building at tho fair.
W. F. Isaacs, merchant and angler,
has returned from San Francisco,
whero he left Mrs. Isaacs, who is
Dr. J. F. Reddy visited in Mcdford
Monday and reports that he has the
money advanced to extend the
Grants Pass-Crescent City railroad
five miles, as soon as tho Grants Pass
council reaches an agreement with
Irwin Bebb, of tho Central Point
Herald, was In the city this morning
Hr.flnvernor "West met with the
county court Monday In relation to
tho Pacific highway Siskiyou division
contract, and left for Portland In the
evening. Tho county court has ar
ranged a meeting with tho stato high-.
way commission with a view to turn
ing tho Siskiyou division over to tho
stato for completion undor terras of
tlio Vawtor net.
Col. Frank II. Ray, father of olcc
trlcal development In the Roguo rlvor
valley, constructor of tho Gold Ray
and Prospect dams, as well as vice
president and director of the Ameri
can Tobacco Co., is yUltlng the Bra
don mine at Gold Hill, which he owns
Jointly with his brother, Dr. C. R.
Ray. Extonslvo improvements nra
being mado at the mine, now equip
ment installed and a macadamized
highway being built from Gold Hill.
As a doveloper, Colonel Ray is with
out a rival in Southern Oregon.
SHIPS ORDERED TO VERA CRUZ
(Continued frost Fag 1)
the. latest noto to Cumin mi was nn
ultimatum, lio replied tlm( tho admin-
TOO LATK'TO OLAH81FT.
TORRENT Suite' of Ifor 4 1 nicely
furnished housekeeping rooms,
plumbed, lighted on loxver floor,
729 West ljth street.
WANTED Good man for Medford
territory to sell four tickets tq the
exposition. HtRh class proposi
tion handlod through a local liank.
Good commission. Posslhlo to
earn $200 per month. Address
-box "1915" caro Mall Tribune.
WANTED A two seated top buggy.
Must be a bargain for cash, Box
S caro Mall Tribune. 299
WANTED To ront planp, t no chil
dren. Phono 31 1-J. 301
lit, S. A. LOCKWOOD, DR. MYRTLE
S. LOCKWOOD Physicians and
surgeons. Offlco 309-310-311, M.
F. & H. nidg. Phones residence,
8iJ2; office, 814,
MMDlfOltl) MAIL TRIHUNK.
fatrnlioii did not Km itltiiuntii, hut
express viexx'e, mul m-toil nceortliimly.
President WiWm referred to tho
four of outrages in Jlexieo Citv as
lieiiijr more prosinp; nt preont than
nnytliinj,' tlmt lins nlromlv oeourrod.
The f?r was, lu Haiti, tlmt tlio oily
would he loft without protect ion. No
request hint eoiue from nnv foreign
government, the president snld. for
notion by tho I'nitcil States in Mes
ieo, ultlintiuji diplomatic represent!!
HvCiMlf two foieign countries luiil ox
pressed their nnxiety oxer nt'tnir in
the oouthcrn republic.
General Cnrrniirn, in an oral reply
M American Consul Sillimnn xvlien the
llltter pjv-cnleiHho note from tho
ruitcdStntes government on condi
tions in Mexico City, entered n gen
oral iein'nl that General Obregon had
prevented food from enteriiu Mexico
City or sent any supplies out of the
Cnrranzn promised nn enrlv reply.
MV. Sillimnn reported. Klicn Orren
dondo, hitherto Washington repre
sentative oC Cnrranrn, mid other ad
x'Uers xx-oro present during the confer
ence. Mr. .Sillimnn reported nt length, but
offioinls did not disclose the contents
of his message. It xvns believed, how
ever, thnt from the fuel that Car
run a dcnic( tho threats attributed to
him by officials of the United States
that the Mexican chief would not np
prove nny further inconvenience to
MARTIN NOT GUILTY
(Continued from Tago One.)
ed by tho court). Go to, your Jury
room, and do your duty as Arthur
Hubbard did his. I thank ou gen
Witnesses Aro Scored
Thus did Prosecutor Kelly conclude
his final arguments to tho Jury, after
sovoral interruptions by tho counsel
for the defense, all sustained by the
bench. Attorneys In court said It
was one of tho most effective argu
ments over given to a Jury In Jack
Tho state's roprosontntlvo scored
witnesses for the defense for perjury,
and the sheriff's offlco for their ac
tivity In behalf of tho defense. He
"George WJckB testified of terrible
threats mado by Hubbard. Some peo-
plo when they go In bathing bollovo
In proceeding slowly in cold water.
But George believes In leaping In
head and shoulders Into tho sea of
perjury. He told you of Hubbard
Inspecting his fish Uccnso in the
spring, when ho was not appointed.
d game warden until tho summer of
1911. George testified ho was cut
ting trees near Trail when Hubbard
mado tho threats ha tells about. If
ho cut as fast as ho said he did there
would not be a shrub In all that
country big enough to hide tho pistol
Deputy Sheriff Ftarrj!
Referring to the sheriff's office.
Prosecutor Kelly said:
"Hero wo havo a deputy sheriff
sworn to uphpld tho laws going to
the scone of tho crime, while being
paid by tho taxpayers of Jackson
county, and taking photographs, that
aro unfair, to bo used ly tho defense.
They Jncludo everything except the
most Important object in tho entlro
view, ir you gentlemen win com
pare tho photos submitted by tho
defenso with tho ones introduced by
tho state, you will seo how unfair
they aro, and how worthless as evi
Prosecutor Kelly said tho trial had
been a gala day for thes resident!) of
Trail creek, but his romarka wcro cut
short by an objection of counsel for
tho defenso sustained by tho court
"Thft titters that havo passed over
tho courtroom at every favorablo turn
In tho well woven dofenso havo testl
fled to their feelings." (Hero tho
rulings of tho court caused tho stato
to change his lino of argument.)
Defence Masterly Woven,
Counsel said that tho defenso was
mastorly woven, but that tho mother
and sister ot Martin, vital witnesses,
had not been called to refute tho
threats tho defendant mado against
Hubbard. "There aro three eyo wit
nesses to this murder. Hubbard who
has passed to his Maker, Irwin who
testified, freely and fully, and Martin,
who might havo cleared up all tho
doubt In your mind, but told only
tho barest details upon tho stand,
who xvas hedged about by legal re
striction. Why was Lorm Martin so
sllont, when ho might havo told all?
Counsel asks xvhy Irwin did not look
for tracks, How many of you Jury
men will 'look- for track when the
situation Is dominated by a man with
a. 3"0-30 rlflo? Irwin at that tlmo
practised diplomacy. Ho was think-
WHEN YOU THINK OF
IMDKOKI OUK(i()N 'ITKSDAY, MAUTI1 , liHo.
BERTHA MANN IN "TODAY"
"Todiix." the xital and xixid drama
of Nexv York life, to be seen hero on
Wedne-duv night xxith n specially se
lected cast, including Arthur Hymn,
Alice Gale, Marguerite St. John, Gus
Weiubeig, Hertlia Mniiii and Clnro
Lind-cy, lias its final thrilling clinmx
exactly txo minutes before tho full
of the lust curtain, u rather unusual
situation in ii four-art piny.
ing of sparing another name to Mar
Xo Kciitorso Displayed
"Tho weeks that Martin spent In
the county Jajl did not soften his
heart, or cause romorsc. Upon tho
witness stand yesterday, ho was as ho
xvas that fateful day on the trail.
iDld you notlco how his eyes gleamed,
how his neck swelled xvlth hato and
liasslon, and how ho answered by
question, 'Did ydu shoot to kill' with
a 'Certainty I snot to kiu. ii xvns
not necessary for Martin to kill Hub
bard In self defenso. Ho could haxo
shot a button off h'ts coat, he could
havo picked a butpn from his coat.
he could havo broken his unit, as ho
Hays ho reached for hla pistol. 1I
can plerco tho heartiof n deer at 100
yards his aim is ldeadly, yet, With
his victim a bare threo feet nway, he
shoots to kill." T
A Simple llllltman ,.
Monday afternoon painted Martin as
a slmplo hlllsman,.who bellex-od tho
gamo was placed In the wilds to kill, j
when food xvas needed. Gossip and
gossip mongers xvore blamed for tho
bad feeling between tho prisoner and
his victim, and ho painted a xxord pic
turo of how the words of both had
been handled about and magnified.
until hato grow between tho two. Ho
said that there xxero none concorned
How lo Figlit Tuberculosis
III n tnirr rnil lnt jrrnr lirr
Ihr- llfliir I nunty Mfillrnl Surlrrr
ntnl fiililbnl In corl In Ihr I.iiiiI-
lll KXInllrnl I'roKre"." Ir. J. XX.
t'nrhart, nt Sun .n(iinl. T-n. n
pli)itl-lini lni lm ilrntoil nmrh
tlm fu tlip tuil- it lulrr-iitil,
nlill "Slruc lln kmIIn riinxlltiilr
tlirrr-fourlbN cif nil Ihr minimi nl
Innrm it Ikp human litl. tUrr
inuxt ( Hiiiii;ril In thr fnuilx or
aaiMtlrmrntm In mlncrnl iirrpnrn
tlon. nr unlurnl lnrn(l"n rnur
nllb liitirrrtiltmt nn-Url.pl. Th
rlilrprruil ami unrlirrkrl 1ttiI of
lulrrruliU nml iIit K-r rnlnlile
llenrN l ilnc lnrrl l tbr lr
rnlrlflril (llmr InrkluR) ruuillllnni of
ninltllmlra llirouKlmuC hr lIIUrl
Thus from anothor authnrltntlve
m(!kul nour- roniit Juincntlon
for the ue uf limu In the treatment
of tutireiiloU .... ,,
Hlnc llil U one nt the InxroJI
nt of RcKmnn's Alterative, much
of the succcm auenillntf the wide
urail uae of tlili remeily doujitloii
Juo to the cmnblnatlon of thl
sit In audi n way u to rentier It
easily ninlmllnhlf. It caune no
atomrch ilUturbnuce, and ulnce It
contains neither oplnteh, narcotics
nor hllt-formlhi ilrun-. It I snfe
V. smart's Alterntlve lias eff'olert
rmnr).alile revilu n numerous
.imo of pulmonary tuberculoid
(fOiisUiuplloii) and allied chronic af
fections of tlio throat nml bronchial
tinHtfeK. In many lntnce such
condition, niijuruntly. hnve yielded
completely to It
In cnee y'iur drURKUt Is out of
It, nk him to order, or send direct
KrUniau l.oliornlory, I'lilUilelpliU
J'rlco $1 ami H'Z u lUittlo.
The scientific, intelligent, drtigloHs
and efficient adaptation of glasses for
tho aid of vision and tho relief of
hoadacho and uyo strain.
Hullo I and Ii
Over Deuel's Mcdford
Diamond AY. Jelly Powder and, Oal(0 Filler, La
dies cull and see tho bountiful puddings and let the
lady It'll you about her goods.
FOUTS GROCERY CO.
Phono 271 80-40 South Central
who not xvould snrrlfle heavily to un
do tho htirin, and contended that his
client xih not tho Mud ot u man to
risk prison and a felon's iiuiuo to es
cape u Unlit flno on n mlsdimieauor
Interest lit tho trial xvhii Intense
upon Its closing dnv, anil tho court
room xvns crowded at the opening
ot vo mt with spectators. The de
fendant npiK'itred by the Hide of his
attorney, anil behind him separated
by n ratling sat bin mother and sister,
and clone friends, Mai tin appeared
worried, and listened with ongornoHH
to every xvord. Monday afternoon
at the height of the plea of IiIh at
torney ho xxept.
DOVnt, Del., March II. Tlio Ueln
wnro house of rcpiesentnlixes today
defeated (ho equal suffuige amend
metit to the constitution, ,H to 'J'J.
A .STRANGE WOMAN
The World's (irentost lalrxoyattt and
I'll) Mr Paltiit
MADAME WINTEUIIOTII, who Is
oiio of the most famous readers of
life's uiXHterk'H In tho world, should
bo consulted upon all inattorN. She
will astonish ou. Her many years
beforo tho public has proxen her re
liability. Her great knnwledgu of
tho true science of pnliulstry Is based
on Infnlllblo prluclplea and demon
strated fact, 144 S. Central.
or promises that
make n great party,
it's the men who
carry out thoao
: bay about VELVET
is carried out by
the biggest tobacco
house in the world.
The experience anil re
source, of the Morld'i
jri;ct tobdCfn pnuhiirr
ro behind VlIA'Kr. Tho
hiuoolhctt Smoking Tnlic
co. 'IVo ycBr' patient
curing U behind that need
that it VELVmS owu.
HADE TO ORDER
FROM $25.00 UP
Also Cleaning, Presslnp. and Altering
128 E. MAIN. UPSTAIRS
208 East Main Street
The Only Exclusive
in Southern Oregon
Negatives Mado any timo or
place by appointment
We'll do the rest
E. D. WESTON. Prop.
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Advise Mother's Friend
IVt'iMIUft It H "no HfiH'lh Wfo ti 1110
xnd lm In'oit of miolt arciit hnli tn n
liont of imicotniit
nuilhcrx, ttiemx v,0.
tiHn, xt'rlonooi In
tliN imwt happy
lctliitl, uitvho in
ubq of "AiOltH'l'N
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ximliin triinlou niton
ttm rordM nnd llftnimmtii rcxiillliiir fmm
iiuiKoulilr cxiiii1oii. Uonnitli tlio nur
fni'rt In a lictWMrK f flno nervn tliivnili
mul ttio Bontlo, noolMnit I'mlinK'rtllnii,
".Miillirr'n lrlcnd," In tlmlmuM to mi
liidrlwito tlm ihuwhIm' lltic nn li itxiild
tlio tinneccrnm-y txtut wHitlmiuun imititui't
tiwti ltd luyrlait of nTto. .iillrit ti
tlio liri'ilt It AiTuril tllu iroicr mii.iifO
to prwut wVIdk.
Tlmro It arua'ly rt xrett.Rtoekcd dniii
atom unyxvhrru tint xvtmi ynu i'iiii null
obtain ix ttotllo of "Moilur'i Krlomt" mid
la tiMirly oxery town unit Uinta In it
urundtiiM who hrrnflf d It In enrtlir
yrntd, ntoctniit iimthrru uto urtiul to
try IliU pliuillil nmlilnnt.
AtnllmrH l'rlpinl It tit txen jirrimirtl
by llra.lllfltt lla:iiUlir Co., ,li) Ijnniw
llltlir., Atliiiitit, tin, for mvtrly tulf a
rrntury. Hrint fur valunblu llttlu twbk tu
WAR What For?
Thursday, March 11
8:00 O'CLOCK P. M.
St. Marks Hall. Everybody Invited
Buyers to Share in Profits
Lower Prices on Ford Cars
Kffoctlvo from AukiiiI 1, 10H, t Annum 1. 1'JlB, nnil'RtinrhVtttmil
nKttlntt any ruilurtlan tlurliu: tlmt tlme: ' '""
Toxtn Cnr '
T. O. II. Ufltrolt. All earn fully wiulpiioil.
(In tho United StutoH or America Only.)
Furthor, xvo will l n'llo to obtain tho maximum nfflolmioy In our
factory production, nml tho mliiliiium com In our iiuralinwlnu nml
talon (loimrtmontB If xvo can reach an output of SOO.0UQ oars hulucttn
tho uhnvo dntcH.
Ami filioultl xvo rt-ach llilit proilttctloit xvo agrtni to pay hh tho huyor'n
rtitall huyor xxhn puruhaHi'H it now I'onl car liutxvuim AiiKUst 1,
nharo front HO to $00 por rur (on or nhout AkuhI 1, 1015) to ovory
,1PM, nml AuKUst 1, HUC,
Tor furthor partlciilura roKnrtllnR thono low prlrcn nml profit tihnr
Ing plan, vco tho ncort'st Ford Urnnch or UoaliT.
Ford Motor Cnr Company
C. E. GATES, Agent
Sparta Itiilhlluir Mftlfonl, OrcKin.
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tory ju Hid unilhu'chl,