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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1915)
C, T, Nicholson, father of Horace
Nlcholnon, Ih vory III from bronchial
pneumonia. Ho wnu brought In from
tho finch Sunday, On nccount of his
advanced ane, 80, his condition Is re
garded as critical.
Harold Dotialaa Knbll and Mls
Winifred KVelyn Jllllor, both of An
pleRiUc, wcro married nt flrnnts I'nsa
VVcunesdny, Mnrch 31, by tho Nov. I.
H. Tool. Tho younR couple will re
side In tho Annlcgata. '
Hear tho Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, 8 p. m. 10
"Wanted A postmaster for Stenm
boat. Apply to Uncle Sam.
Hare your lawn mower sharpened
by J. W. Mitchell, phono 320-J. tf
The Parents-Teachers Clrclo of tho
Jncksou school will meet at the school
building Friday afternoon at 3:30.
Miss Coffin will havo chargo of tho
music nnd llev. J. K. Hawkins will
talk. A largo attendance Is desired.
Nifty, up-to-date stylos. Tho Home
Millinery, 1101 West 0th. 10
Colonel Frank IT. ltay or Now York
has returned-from San Francisco to
spond a fow days nt tho Tlradcn mine.
Ho brought In a small gold brick val
ued ht $120 Wednesday, tho product
of a few hours run nt tho mine.
Another flvo hundred pound ship
ment of those delicious chocolate
creams going at thirty cents a pound
M. J. Anderson and Corey Mattl
son of Grants l'nss passed through
Medford Tuesday en route to Wat
kins, Oregon, to Inspect an antimony
prospect In that section. A vein has
ben uncovered fivo feet In width, said
to carry 00 per cent mineral. Anti
mony has trebled In prlco the last
Orcgonlan agency nt DoVoo's.
Former residents of tho Michigan
copper belt living in this city were
surprisod to rend that tho copper In
terests of the peninsula had Increased
tho wages of tho men ten per cent.
Tho rnlso was mado without any Ini
tiative on tho part of tho miners.
This is unusual, and is taken ns a
sign of unprecedented prosperity. One
of tho greatest strikes In Industrial
history raged over tho Michigan cop
per belt becauso of tho demand for a
two per cent Incrcaso In wages and
recognition of tho union.
C. A. DeVoo Tor subscriptions.
April Fool's day was ushered In
this morning with tho playing of old
fashioned tricks. Citizens wcro tempt
ed but failed to blto on tho old pock
etbook trick, but fell for tho choco
lates stuffed with cotton. Small boys
and girls wcro, having high Jinks.
Savo money on your Easter hat.
Tho Home Millinery, 1101 West 9th.
Frederick Heath of Eaglo Point
was a business vhitor in tho city
Hear the Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, 8 p. m. 10
J. T. Dradshaw of Wellen was a
business -visitor in tho city for a few
Every day is fish day. We always
havo tho best in tho fish lino. Call
us at phono 3C2, Medford Fish and
Poultry market. 9
Frank Edward of Wntklns, ono of
the best known prospectors of tho
Dluo Ledgo district Is spending a few
days in tho city on business.
Easterns ,nt hand. You know tho
stylo fs rlgltC when you buy hero.
MIsbcb Lbnnsberry & Seinon nt M.
& M. Department store. 11
M, D. Hogan of 4ho Applegate was
a business visitor In tho city Wed
Sweet cider at De Voe'a.
Court Hall returned Wednesday
nfternoon from n week's business trip
to Portland .and Senttlo.
Wo have frv'sh every day, clams,
crabs, oysters and fish. Your orders
will bo delivered promptly. Medford
Fish and Poultry market, phono 3C2.
Dclroy Getcholl and wife and son
havo returned from a short visit In
Lunch lRc. Don't miss It. Flowers
for Easier. Home cooking, Snturday,
April 3rd, M, 13. Bazar, 209 W. .Main.
Charles I). Oay returned this morn
ing from Salem where ho went with
n delinquent youth.
"Growr In Medford" vegetable
plants for safe. Mnny varieties. Or
der now for futuro delivery. Mad
dox & Uonnoy, Portland Ave. Grcen
houso, Phono 87R, 30
Tho street department under Sup
orlntondont OIq Arnspigor is regrail
Ing dirt btroefs In tho residence dis
tricts, Work, Is now undor way on
East Ninth. Tho ground is plowed
unci loycjqd, and process that kills
It you 0. A. DoVoo, you can get
The Couutry Gontloman for ono dol
Davo CronowllJcr of Jacksonville
bjkjiiI Wednesday In Medford,
Ladles of tho M. E. church will
have an Easter Sale at 211 West
Main, Saturday, Apr! 3rd, room for
nwrly occupied by tho Gas Co. 10
Suit has been filed In tho Linn conn,
ty court for divorce by Gladys Mnckny
ngalnBt Merrill Mnckny, nnd Mrs. V.
J. Mnckny ngnlnst G. W. Mnckny.
Tho defendants nro father nnd son,
nnd plaintiffs, mother and duughtor-In-lnw.
All the parties formerly liv
ed In this city, nnd the grounds for
sepnrntlon In both nctlnns la named
bb cruel nnd tnhumnn treatment.
Hear tho Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, S p. m. 10
Hubert Gordon of Prospect Is
spending a few days In the city visit
ing friends anil attending to business
Attractive ri;nMI 00 each at
EaStor Said by McTllSlttst Ladles, Sat
urday, wm 10
W. E. Ganuncl ofTjSgf'lc Point spent
Wednesday In Medford attending to
Soo Shaplclgh Hardwaro Co., for
fishing tnckle, especially tho boys.
I. E. Green hns purchased tho Val
ley garage and will operate the same
In tho future.
J. O. Corking, tho best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives mado any.
vhero, ttmo or place. Studio S2S
Main St Phono 330-J.
D. J. Marshall of Corvallls Is among
tho out of town visitors In tho city
Home baking by Methodist Ladles,
211 West Main. Saturday morning
Hear the Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, S p. in. 10
Why not get it at DoVoo's?
Two dntnks wcro arrested by tho
pollco Wednesday night and will ap
pear In pollco court this afternoon
to nnswer charges of being drunk
Candy, candy: get It nt DoVoo's.
County Surveyor A. T. llrown has
Returned from a trip to the country on
Hear tho Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, S p. m. 10
Tho police department telephone
service was out of order Wednesday
afternoon being repaired under tho
direction of City Electrician Hlnman.
Get It at Do Vo's.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Opposlto
Dillon Hill of South Medford spent
Thursday In tho city on business, and
predicts a bumper crop this year.
Get ycur nutter, cream, milk and
outtor-mllk. at Do Voo'.
Albert Thompson of tho Whiskey
Peak district Is spending a fow days
In tho city on business.
Get your supply of aprons nnd
children's clothing at the Easter Sale.
Jeff Ilrophy of tho Upper Hoguo
river section is spending a few days
Taxi Foster & Holbrook, Phone
8S5. City trip 15c. Two for 2fic.
Corner Fir and Main Sis. 11
Seo Dava Wood snout that fire In
surance policy. Office Mall Tribune
lod.iy witnessed the opening e:
tho fishing season. Under the Oregon
law It has lieu illegal to catch trout
under ten inches in length slnco tho
first of November. Thero will bo lit
tle fishing for a month yet on ac
count of the streams being swollen
nnd muddy from showers and molting
snow. Steel head fishing will not be
gin until about July 1, the steelhead
that are caught now being taken with
bait, spawning fish unfit to cat.
Best assortment of Easter cards In
tho city. Handicraft Shop.
Henry JJucklngham of San Fran
cisco is visiting with his cousin, Mrs.
It. J. Conroy of this city.
Papering and painting, Phono
J. T, Sullivan, manager of tho
Roguolands, Is slightly indisposed by
an attack of la grippe.
Papering and painting. Phono
Raymond Flowers of Grants Pass
spent Thursday in this city attending
to business matters.
For bettor insurance, see Holmes,
the Insurance Man.
Judgo J. R. Nell of Jacksonville
spent a few hours Wednesday after
noon In this city visiting friends.
Matinee, tho Page today.
When your feet hurt don't try to
put up with It. Havo thorn cared for
by a skilled Marlnello operator. Tho
comfort it brings is worth many times
tho cost of treatment. Tho Marlnel
lo Hair Shop. Cora E. Utloy, 407
Garnett-Coroy building. tf
Mrs. Mary King of Gold III1 spent
Wednesday In Medford visiting with
Dr. Riddel! has moved his offlco to
tho Medford Furniture & Hardwaro
building, third floor. 314
W. H. Lowls of Gold Hill wus a
business visitor In this city for a fow
Fancy groceries, at DoVoo's,
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop, Opposlto Book
Got Pan Dandy bread at DoVoo's.
Auto Insurance C. Y. Tengwald
Portland Livestock Market
PORTLAND, April 1. Cattle
Receipts 14; steady.
Hogs Receipts 223; unclinngcd.
Sheei) Receipts 00; strong.
MKniroiit) mattj tritonr,
SEEKS SALVE FOR
If s Hno Tnnzer who brought a
$50,000 damage suit ngnlnst James
W Osborne, tho New York law) or,
and then admitted she sued the wrong
i 1 n
NEW YORK. April 1 Tho federal
grand Jury took up today tho caso of
Miss Rao Tnnzer, who was held for
Mint body on n charge of using the
malls to defraud nftcr sho had cn-
ered n suit for $50,000 against James
W. Osborne, former assistant district
x'tornoy of Now York, alleging breach
of promise to marry.
Robert Wood, assistant United
6tatcs'dlstrlct attorney, In chargo of
tho case, went to tho grand Jury
room, bearing a manuscript of tho
statement Miss Tnnzor made three
clays ago In which sho said sho made
an "honest mistake" when sho Iden
tified flWi)ies i(, Osborne, ns the man
sho fenW ns Oliver Osborno ' with
whom sho had nssoclated. James W.
Osborno was undor subpoena to ap
pear before the Jury during tho after
noon. Upon tho motion of Harold Spell
berg, Miss Tnnzcrs' nttorney. Su
preme Court Justice llljur dismissed
tho breach of promise suit brought
by Miss Tanzer.
WASHINGTON, April 1. Custom-
receipt for March totnllnl irlll.fisuY
!li!5, tho urcutottl Mini eollueled dur
in;,' any ono month huuhi the outlireul;
of the European war. At Hint ralo
treasury ol fiend cxiMiot the fixt'itl
year's eiintonin collection will full
only ten millionn below tho entiniato
Total treiihury receipts for March
were .f."t!r.'H)S,,J."-!, thiitti'ii millions
more (linn I'YIirunry. l)ibliiirMmi'iit
were $(H,.'lnS,7D2f leaving tin nppro.xi
mate deficit of five million for the
month, mid the nrditinnr dJ it for
tho fiii'iil year ending .lime : at u
little Mirc limn fHS.OOIl.oOO. Uu;tw
taxes, however, iliiriUK tjie m two
month nro expected to reduce Hint
The balance in the general fund at
the end of Mnrj'li was :i5,7W,Ull.
CHINA YIELDS TO JAPAN
(Continued from Page 1)
advisers it might be n violation of
the sovereignty of China.
Violation of Ojien Door
It is fuithcr contended that if Ja
pan insisted on the purchase by Cliiuu
of munitions of war in Japan nnd in
sisted that sho ho consulted with re
gard to coi tain foreign loans in hc
province of Fukien, in South Sinn
cliurin nnd in Kustern Mongolia, this
course might be u violation of the
principle of orpin! opportunity stip
ulated in tho agreement reached be
tween Huron 'i'liknhira when he was
minister to the United States' and
Kliliu Root, ut that time secrotury of
stnte, That iigicemcnt provides for
maintaining the independence and in
tegrity of China and the equality of
commercial opportunity in that coun
try. WHEN YOU THINK OF
GRAND JURY PROBES
mrdtord ohkciok. Thursday, aprii. i, hib
MARKLEY GIVEN .
RESPITE ON EVE
Wotd from Wifdiuiiiloii miIc Mini
fixe members of I lie tiotoiinim Murk
K Banff of swindler, sentenced af
ter two cnra' leffnl buttle, were ffiven
n thiity days', reunite on the ow of
begiuntllff llioir prison tentw b Pres
ident Wilson, upon the intervention
of vx-l'oiigtvcjunm A. SI. Palmer,
now chief justice of the point of
limns. MiWkley headed i giniff of
"the liiggvM nnd inol dangerous get-rieh-(iiiek
gnnjr of swindler cei
convicted liv the sovernmenl."
Mnrkloy wu, ,vor njio, prominent
m polities in Oregon, and wl known
in Jackson and .loM'pliino counties
when' lift nmde tin' presenf ownership
books in conjunction with the late
John O. ltooth.
In the gang convicted were ,Mm It,
Mniklcy. Isninh Ik Miller, t'lmrlcs SI.
McMnhon, W'iUimii II. Armstrong,
Jr., and Colonel A. ('. SteVnrt.
They were officer nnd directors of
tho following, liiffh-sounditiff and lav
ishly "cnp'tiilized" enterprise that
were pmde thV vehicle for t Iiyir
International Lumber & Develop
ment Co., .415,0110,000.
Wisconsin Rubber Co., $1,000,000.
Iowa Rubber t'o., .41,000,000.
Mobile Portland Cement Co.. .41,
000.000. Sou Pueblo Co., $1,000,000.
Srexicnn Rubber Co. of Philndcl
United .Mines Co. of Columbia, $2,
000,000. New Jersey Sweet Potato Flour
Heriin Sen Commercial Co., $2,
.'.00,000. United States Pent Fuel Co., $1,
000,000. Imperial Light & Fuel Co. of Can
Hohton Fuel Co.. .41,000,000.
Hreen River Fuel Co., $1,000,000.
Siniikuto Feat Fuel Co., $l.'.0,000.
(MU'CII'I.YIOX FRIDAY CvK.'IIT
Texts will bo furnished tho congre
gation so that all can follow closely
and greatly add to the beautiful ser
vice at the First M. K. church.
It Is kindly asked that tho sllror
offering nt tho door, which will bo
opened nt 7: IS, will bo as liberal as
WMAN81 YEARS" OLD"
Made Strong by Vino)
Orccnvllle, 8. ('., -'I want others
to know of tho great benefit I have
derived from Vlnol. I am SI yenrs
old and Vlnol has given mo strength.
a healthy appetite and overcame ner-!
vousness. It Is tho best tonle recon-.
structor I ever used." Mrs. M. A I
Vlnol In n delicious cod llvor and i
Iron tonic without oil, guaranteed to
overcome run down, weak, dovllnl-
i ii. i ,.- i.-,... i.. '
zvu cuii ii 1 1 (nun mm nil liiiuii,.
coukIih and colds. Medford I'liar
t x i Gfwm iwfl iSlll
V -& r if
EITEL PREPARES ,
EOR DASH TO SEA
NF.WPORT NKWS, Va Atiil I.--Activity
conliiiued IimIm.V on hoind
npd nliout, tho Herman eonveited
cruiser Plinr. F.itel Fiedrteh, whose
three week4' slay 'nf (tie shi.vind
dock here U ixiei'lpd to ho lermin
u led within u veiv Inicf limit either
by n dash to sea Ihrough tlie siiind
ron of Anglo-Freiieh warships lying
In wait for her outside the Vligiiiiu
Cupes, or by iiileniing unlil Ihu close
CoMliitff of tlie vessel undor unpcr
visio of officers of the United
St nt e.t navy, which begun Into yes,
lerduy nnd continued throughout the
night, had not been completed at 8
o'clock this morning, and tlicjo still
was u considerafile part of the 000
Our Direct Factory Purchases
Mean Economy to Jack
Guaranteed Spark Plugs, all sizes . 50c
Electric Lighting Outfit installed on
your Ford Car
25c Tiro Talcum 15c
Fabric Blowout Patches, solf-vulcanizing, 54x7.. 20c
Stewart Fibro Speedomotor, gears Nos. 1, 2, 3.. ..25c
Jacks, the $2.00 kind $150
Rubber Cemont, 25c size , '. 16c
Special Ford,Adamson Vulcanizor $1.50
Universal Adamson Vulcanizer $3.00
Tempco Shock Absorbon I
C. E. GATES
Come, Take a Peep at this
Gathering of Easter Hats X;
There In charfnlnij Hlmpllclty nliout thouo Now Ifuta that V
Blven dlHtlnrotlyo cliurin to ovory Hat. A
Chlc tiny HhapoH predomlnnto and tho linen nro most varied, A
Colom aro tho liropenn military linen. Floworn, ottth9rB,
Htreamorii, (inltln aro all Includeil amoiiK tho favored trlinuitnKH. J
Conio tuko a poop at ovory Individual Hat, oach aoumlnRly J
prettier und moro attructlvo than any that you havo looked ut j
SPECIAL FOR EASTER.
CIAL FOR EASTER. IC A A
Big Selection of Hats at . . . JU.UV
tons of fuel to he In lien nhoiiid. A!
mi ciiffy morning hour u tug with
iiiiiio lunges of conl reached tho Mil
I'l'n side. All night u pari of the crew
of tliu cruiser hud w'oikcd nt filling
tho ship's litinkms and u flush lot of
men look up llm labor ul siiiniso,
STANDARD OIL CUTS
PniCES UPON OIL
. Nl-:YOHI,Aiill l.-'l'lpt Hliuid
urd t)il (Miupmiy of New YoiU lodn.v
liiiiiouiiced fut I her vcdiiclion of len
points in re fined petroleum, making
cases 10 cciiIh per gallon, tanks I
cents mid sliuidaid white 7.ri0c.
Ill I i
LONDON, April 1, King (looign
ban added his plea to that of the
slilpownerrt and In some cases that of
tho Itiborlton thomselvcn, that some
vlgoioiiH uieaHiires bo adopted to copu
with tho (piestlon or driinkeuoss,
which It Is uiged. Is having tho of.
feet of delajlng thu delivery of mti
ultlonn of war.
United States Nobby
Silvertown Cord Tires
Loo Rod Velvet Tubes
IF IT'S NEW SPOKES
a now wheel, ruhher tiro, or any
tliliiK eluo your cnrrliiKo neiifla yon
enn rcHt iiMurod tho worlc will ho
ilono thorouKhly and BlUllfully If It
In dono hero. How nliout that car
rlago you cannot imo for tho lack of
ropalia, Send It to uh aim wo'll res
tore It to lino,
WAGON & CARRIAGE SHOP
There lirpt li Do a litent n pirln I'ln.i
of iilsin w tn nur Hi" imi'Mo y f
i M'rH.itwn, nil i
I Mil M iIIto uxri"
iiiiiin liv tli niltltn
of no in i i imc a
til II M ,Mt'llll'l II
t rlrtail, TliH h no
1 'irinil I i id luliil
I lit t- Dm t(iH unit
to limn mi icli' vi tlm
iii'iiir ('" Hut mi
I'm Mir i, Hi I tlio
uprmtv c"iii ail II i
iiniiHiiiiiiit l tin- i i re
I'lt'l.tit It lint ti
wiln unlit tn ui iitiuftrn', innii Inil cM'
inn nun ninny iihih uii-irr m it,
Jtnny iMiild licllmn tint Hi mr rcurillfit
Wlll(h llilVU CtlhM t' o liwt tif (I , Hut
Jne I'U'ii I'lil In i vi ry tri-l n j. r tlm
Mirlnir itimiuioiiK nt mum, Woii:lit, riiim it
linilih, i'te., nmy li hufuly i:ii i npi n.
Anil JiillnK y til.' Mrt Hint "Milli r'
1'rli'llit" ll.lH lirrli (Militllitliit linn plln.i
our Kniiiilinuili r noilir yruru ninl H
Kiuiwii ItirmiKtiniit tin- I'nllitt fit iir : It
limy lut mm! liifui'tixl Hull It 1 1 H iiau
llitnir llml wiinm ulmlly irronini ml,
"MntlitiN I'iIhihI' in iuinr it only In
our own liibrmitnry ami U hM y iir
rlitii i-irywliic. Ak fur a litl" t t ilty
iiihI wrlla fur n riM-rl.tl jntoH for t xii I Mil
itiiitlnTn. AiMrcDii Unulihitil loiiulator Co.,
3Df Unu.tr JIIJi;,, AtLiuta, Ua.
In Junt nn dnnnnroim nil INt'Olt
Tho Klaimen 1 fit nro NOT JI'iJT
ULAHHIIH. They are nlateii
ADAI'Ti:i TO YOUIl i:i.uy
lli:gUllti:.Mi:NT and furnlnhil aK
a hi:ahonaiim: coht. V.
I don't perforin any Inipoimlhlll- V
lien, hut If your uyonlulit ran ho
linprovod any I ran do It, If It
cannot. I will tell ou no.
Dolayn nro dniiKerouH.
Over Danleln', Meilford, Orcon.
MRS. RUTH SMITH
Itoom UKI (hiruetf.nircy lllit(t.
Situation h anted li flmt clnnn man
cook in ri'itaiirnnl or hotel.
Man for raifh work, iiiuH havo
had nomo expirlmro nn lilnckmnltli.
When In Need
of a Cleaner
Best of Workmanship
FROM $15 UP
Hiiit of perfect
highest (iialily is
tlus host Imrgain yon
Our lino of imported
nnd donu'slic. I'ab
vU'H is slricdy all
wool and cannot bo
excelled at any price.
To know the com
plete satisfaction in
being'" well dressed,"
you should let us
take your measure
i'or a suit today.
Corner Yiv and Main Sis,
jUjyH Uag Olbffl,
jgfck J2Hma,. .