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BY WEATHER MAN
Butirig weather, with possible Apt!
Jdimvcrs, ii flic weather for Raster,
promised by the wen lur htitcnu in
cofitrnst t the hehYiest snow storm
of tho Scar ilimiiuliout tin east. Con-
dilioiiH for I lie winring of n( w gowns
unit hats will bo iilciil. There are a
profusion of flower for tlu day.
Se?al Knslcr scfivicei, hi Ii innsie
ns n prtMiincnt fen tit re, will ltd givn
in tlic churches of tint eh v. The
lltnnln struggle r:t,'intr in Ktirnpc will
l!nv tin importnnt putt in the sennoi
themes, one subject dealing with the
possiblo cjcolion of the Turk I'tmn
Tho services in iminv r the
churnlie will uphohl the significance
of the lnv to the chihtreu.
Live nihhlts and eggs -the ehiof
roinmodilifs of the sonsoii, nre plenti
ful. The first nre selling nt 3,"i rents
apiece nui! tho Intter from lii to 'JO
eenlH per tinge n.
TH DIIAI I AQQPN
Mount McLaughlin, wrongly culled
Mount 1'itt by some, thnt lordly look-
ing ponk to the cnKt, Ims entered the
same class as Mount Lasson, accord
ing to D. A. HniiHeoin of Agate. On
Thursday thnt slumbering mount
emitted smoke, visible from tho "dcs.
ert." Mr. Ilnnsoom snw the smoke,
mid says a number of his neighbors
did tho Mime. Since, then there have
been floods over the summit, nnd
they hnve been tumble to tnko note of
nny further activity. Mount Mc
Laughlin i 10,01)0 feet high nnd in
the same chain ns Mount lessen.
Ac fur as nny one knows, Mount
McLaughlin is. an inactive. eak,
though from time to tffnc it has been
reported ittjlJUvcd signs of volcanic
inclinations,' ntfvrr' viofent, hhwerer.
Mr. Umixenin is firm in his belief that
lie snw smoke pouring from the crest.
i?o nre his neighbors. .
There have be,cu no reports from
n her point in the eastern part of the
county relative to nny nniisunl con
dition nt the mountain.
The Commercial club will hold itf
regular monthly meeting Vldlu'sdn3
tivt'iiiiif;, April 7, in St. M'nrk'H hall.
It is cvpceled that members will
mine, with their Indies nnd enjoy the
chicken biipjer to be served promptly
Members will confer n favor by no
lifyinjf F. 1 Streets not later than
Monday evening Hint you will he
there, for the ladies will serve an
excellent Clipper for oO cents', but
must know how many to prepare for.
T oiituary! "
I)c Lnskio J. Mathes, auditor of the
Medford ICntinnaLbnnk, died of pncai
mouin nt his r'esijli'iu'o on .h'oulh
I lolly street, in tuts rity, on tlie inoi-ii
t ing of April 1, ID l.i, after an illness
of about three weeks.
Mr. Mathes was born nt Sullivnn,
Indr,, October 10, 18G0. Ho U surviv
ed by his widow, nnd nlo by his
mother, tho latter of whom resides in
the state of Indiana.
Mr. Mathes cariio to Med ford form
' southern California over five years
ago. All his life he had been connect
ed 'frith batiks and hnukingintcrcMs.
During his residence in this city ho
has been associated with thp Medford
Natinnnl bank as its auditor and was
hijfhly esteemed by the officials of
mat bank for Ins utgli sciif-o ot Honor,
his, integrity and his painstaking
fidelity to tho bank's interest,
Mr. Mathes was hold in high esteem
by tiio people of .Medford for his
many virtues as u man and u citizen,
lie will be greatly missed by his bus
inoss ufisociates ami the community
in general. Muclh miu'cic sympathy is
expressed for tho bei caved widow,
wlipui wo understand will continue to
reside in this city,
The funeral services will bo held
nt the lalo residence of tho deceased
) "n oiiHUHy uiiriioon ai ztiiu o'ciouk,
KNinilTH TWMl'UUt ATTENTION"
Malta Comniaudery, No, i, K. T.,
Will worship In St, Mark's church,
""Medford, o Kaster Sunday, April
"4th, at the Invitation of Itev, Win,
M, Hamilton, VIear, Sir Knights will
NMt at Mttsonlo Hall, Medrord, at 2
n( m. sliarp, MrylMa TmkIe at 2:30.
VllU Kdlghta Invito, ,
TIIOMA W. 1MMK)N, K. C.
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mnUJUDTS iPIUNCHl POWER TERRIFIC! SPEED7T00
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KL I'ASO, Tex.. April IJ. A state
mejit from the American colouy nt
Mexico City, in which it was declared
that the situation was "more chaotic
and helpless than cer,'' was brought
to the border today by Aithur Hullard
Johnson, a delegate representing
jointly the 'J00O Americans nnd the
international committee of the capital
district, the latter emiiKiped. of sev
enteen nationalities aggregating more
than 10,000 persons. Mr. Johnson i
on his way east to take up the matter
with public men.
The resolutions were drawn Mnrchi
10 nt a meeting attended by about
'200 members of the Anicrican colony,
in nnswer to a communication from
the Washington government ugniii
suggesting that the Americans leave
"The lust request that Ameri-niis
leave the capital was sent by Mr,
Ilryan ut n limo when he mus't hnve
known that there was no railroad
open," said Mr. Johnson, who is an
attorney for n Mexican banking firm.
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dorsigned will apply to tho city coun
cil at its meeting to bo hold April
0th, 1915, for a llconso to soil malt,
spirituous and vinous liquors in
quantities lets then a gallon on Its
place of buslnc-n at 13 South front
street, city of Medford for a period
of six months. C. J. CAKSTKNS,
Dated March 21th. 131C
Gim Chung, China Herb Store
Herb Cures for Knruchc, ellnilaclie,
Catarrh. Diphtheria, Horo Thoat,
I.nng Toiilde, Cancer, Kidney
Trouble, Stomach Trouble, Heart
Trouble, Chills and I-'ever, CraniN,
Coiigbs, 1'oor Circulation, Car
Iiitneles, Tumors, Caked llrcast,
Cures all kinds of Goitres NO
To Whom It May Cencern: I am
free from tho rheumatism. You can
be the same by taking treatments
from Olin Chung, the herb doctor.
My rheumatism was bo bad that It
made, mo so weak I could scarcely
get up when I was down and the pain
I suffered one could hardly know
unless one had the samo disease. I
was truly dissatisfied and disgusted
with llfo In my condition and trying
to live. Now to my friends that earn
to bo cured and would lllto to bo freo
try tho herb doctor. Ho can certain
ly rellove in a very short time. Very
truly yours, MRS, M. L. KOLI3.
211 fi FltONT KT.MIIDFOHD, OHB,
Interurban Autocar Co.
CAU I.BAVKS MBDFOItl) FOIt ASH
FUND DAIIiV, oxcopt Sunday nt
8:00 a, m., 11:00 a, m,, 1:15 p.
m., 3:30 p, in., and 5:15 p. m.
Also nt 11:15 p. m. on Saturday
Sundays car leaves nt 8:00 n, in.,
11 n, m., 2 i), m. 5 p. in, nnd 0:30 p.m.
CAIt LBAVUH FOIt CBNTItATj
POINT DA If A", except Sunday, 8:10
a, in., ll;40 a. in., 1M0 p. m. and
4:30 p, m.
Sunday loaves ut 10:00 a. m., 1:0Q
p, in, and 8:40 p. m.
CAU LHAVlvS CBNTU.W, POINT
FOIt MBDFOItl; at U:lfi a. in.. 12:50
p, in., 2:05 p, in. and 4:50 p. m. Sun
day leaves nt 10:25 a, m 1:25 p, m
and 9:00 p. in,
THE BIG GRAY CAR '
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HAVANA, April Il.-Jnek WcMi.l
who will referee the bout MondaV be
tween Jack Johnson nnd Jess Willnrd
for the world's heavyweight chnm
pinnrhip, arrived in Havana today
nnd immediately opened conferences
with the fight promoters ami princi
pals regarding the interpretation of
Weather conditions toduv were the
MuW for training purposes that haxelitito gymnasium clothes nnd then, if
prevailed for a week. It was clear.
and cool and both Johnson and Wil
lnrd were on the road early.
Tomorrow ami Monday the men
will do little moie than trot nml walk. J swinging, but snapping in his punches
Iloth had arranged a heavy exhibition j in the short, quick style so much ap
schedule this afternoon before the, proved by .students of pugilism. This
half-hobday crowds. A feature of is Jess Willnrd.
Johuroii's work was to be a si-roiiml He fights Johnson next Momhiv
hoiit with Sam McVev, the promoter! for the derby of the pugilistic world.
l'v'. ' P trving to Mo,,
champion from lining this for fear
of possible injury to himself. 'I hey
cautioned him, however, to go easy
nml Johnson promised to comply.
There bus been little change in the
bolting situation. Johnson imuiev is
plentiful, hut his backers nre holding
out for even money. Willnrd adher
ent contend that they
least 8 to .'.
will get at
WHO SAID THIS li WORK?
AMBROSE TUTH1LL SAYS IF YOU WANT
TO MAKE A BUCKSAW SING A SONG
IN B SHARP TUNE YOURSELF
T iBa rtBw THE vHiVjBE
tl coupons in Sr k$j&mt
MTCOFORn. OTCTCOOX. SATriiTUY, 'ArnTT) a, '1915
I IIAAXA, Cuba, April .'I. Picture,
I to voiioelf n man six fu-t m inchesi
t till .Hid weighing I2(i."i pound, Hi
amis are like the trunks of gnod
si.ed tree., his neck 11) inches around,
his jaw strong and without the old
squareness which nrtisls uiistakcnlv
thought denoted tho fighter.
His bunds are so big thnt his
gloves must be made to order. The
arm seems to jutt into the baud, there
being tin entire absence of slender
ness of wrist.
Xow, put this mountain of flesh
on can, imagine lum moving uroiiml
n padded ring as lithely us a panther,
shooting both liamU nt his opponent
straight from the shoulder; never
If he wins he will be the most pnpti
lar heavyweight champion of nil
lime; if he loses he joins the ranks
of white hopes who have passed to
oblivion in the hist five cais,
Willard has every advantage with
the exception of experience. He has
been ruiscd to the fighting gume in
the last two vents with the same
care Unit a mother give to her child.
He stands five inches taller than his
President Menorat of Culm (ar
row points to Mm) ami crowd of Ha.
iivaua folks at WIIIiiiiIN training
vuiiii mild ;n iiiniii " iiiiiuinH
tr.ilnli.K eauipt l.elow, .le.ss VIIIil
InixIiir IHi IiU p.nlner, ami Wlllaiil
ctijnjlng a swing,
opponent, he has n reach of five
mehes nioie; he weighs not h's tliiiu
''.") pounds more tliiiu Johnson, he is
11 years ,ninigrr; he is far stronger
and admittedly a much better
Hut can he stand the acid test of
matching wits against the great, cun
ning negro fighter; Johnson always
bus made his opponent do the lending,
then beaten linn on counters.
Within! told me ut dinner Inst night
that he iom ively would not fall Into
this trup thnt Johnson was cham
pion mid it was u to him to start
the leading. For this reason I ex
pect, to hcc ii slow battle at the start,
both men refusing to lake the chance'
of lending and each waiting for the
other to "stni I something."
Then the battle will become u mut
ter of wits, nml the first man who al
lows himself to be led into certain
opening, will wear large dimples over
It is the hardest fight in the woild
to pick. First I suw Johnson nml
believed Willnrd would win. The ne
gro impressed me us a man who
never could get into condition. Then
Willnrd came to town nnd the big,
good-natured looking fellow did not
seem to have the fighting spirit nec
essary for a champion. Hut I suw
bin" in his training work, became ac
quainted with him nml talked with
STEEL HEAD TROUT
Mleeii fine steelhem.N nie In linr
, , ,
MiiIinliiiil ln the .Inekson eoiinh
rWiliiK ohihil I nt the San .'u.neisi-o
exposition, lliev were tukci by U,
I.. Kwing ami puily at the (lold l!u
dam under special penult Iroiu the
state game wiudeii. Oilier steelheads
me promised by the liuieau of fish
Siipeliutemlctit lleuiv O'.Mulle.v
wil:es thai the pohev of n stocking
the Hogiieivvith sleelheiiils is hegiu
miig to dli'lir- fruit in the iuerensed
iUtiutity of fish, This woik mis been
conducted jointly b.v slute ami fed
etal authorities for the past four
.eiirs. Mr. O'.Mnllev wiites;
"Stimethiug is hnppi uiiig on the
Kogue liver which is most unusual,
ami that Is to March JJ the station
on Mil; ci eel; has taken HT.'i.lllM) steel
head eggs ami 51,11110 cutthroat trout
eggs, Applegate click to March ID
had taken 1 ,7 1. 1, ."Hill scclhiud eggs.
The tnko which I icfer to is the one
Arsenate of Lead
(Paste and Dry)
Lime and Sulphur
Distillate Oil Emulsion
Black Leaf 40
Niagara Saluable Sulphur
FOR SALE BY
Rogue River Co-operative
Fruit Growers' Ass'n
Fourth and Fir Streets
ul the upper butchery, Iiopiwmo In
initio of the yeuin )iiin have wo been
able to iel iniicli over 'JIIII.OIIH or
:I00,(IIII) egs ill this polul of this Hic
eles, Mini 'illll.llOO wiih Hie lluiil. It
i call v iniikcM me I'eel Unit the hleeU
bend woik down I here h eotumeiieinjx
to hem- a little 1'itiit."
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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SOLD BVORUGRISIS VERVWICRE
Alt !: you looking far Imrnnln niun-
. ler nlmoien'' Alo ou witling to wear
cheap glasKim Just hccittiHo they aro
eheapT Do .von eminent to having
your eves tumpeied with nt the risk
of their perimuieiit Injury? Then this
mcni'nne is um tor you. nui ii ou
value the pieelous gift of Hlght; If
you wish. to letaln It; ir you appre
ciate skill, then It Is for ou, and
ou are asked to coimi wheie almo
Ititu aecurucy In eerreetlui: defects.
Is placed above every other con
slilerntlun, DR. RIGKERT
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