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MTJDFORD MATT) TMBUNTC, MEDIfOKD 01? MOON, J'MilDAV, AT'lUf; 30,
IN VANCOUVER EOR
VANCOUVIJIl, 11. ('.. April .10.
Dr, Otto (Irunrrt, imo or lh four
Germans arrested yotttenloy far liciltt
ItiK ft celebration Innt Hit tiilny of tho
(liirinnu victory near Yprt's, In which
iiuiny Canadians wore hilled nml
wounded, nwul for United Mates Con
ill) General Mansfield Immediately
after (hi! iirrufit, declaring thul lin
was it tiaturallrcd American citizen
nml therefore entitled to tliu jirolec
tlou of tlm coiimilitto. Mr. Mmiid
field wont ut (imo to tint Point (troy
detention station mil conferred with
OruiKUt, afterward communicating
with WimhliiKton. Tint four men nr
rented, who, hesldit Dr. (Iruncrt, aro
Huron ton l.uttowltx nml I'mit Koop,
capitalists, nml Fred HprlUol, prou
uhly will bn sent to tho alien dcton
tlon camp ut Nunitlmo,
All Htorlim Hint Germans hml been
nrrciited In connection with tho
Itrldgo fires ynHterday nro false. It
In not oven cnrtiiln thnl tlm flron
VICE ADMIRAL BRAZOS RIVER .
CELILO FLEETI REGION FL00DE0
I HOUSTON, Texas, April 30. -Tho
ASHLAND, Apnl HO. i. A. .Moody Hrnrus liver flood crest today wait
ol' IIiIm eily It'll W't'ilni'Hiliiy lo tnlio' niar lloinpstcnd, Waller county.
pint in tliu I'oriniil opening ol" The' Hciow that point tho river wan out
bnllcM-tVlilo cmiimI itiiioiiIi'h ini'i- r Hh IhuiIi only nt low polnU and
ilrut to which occur May :H. II" !' tlifi great flood tldo rushing gulf
oii tho (ilTiciiil htiilT iih one of tlu'twrnil Hlowly wiik narrowlnic mi It
vice-niliiiimU ol' the fieri. Tlm ml-1 proceeded. Ampin warning hnvo
iiiirnl Ih V. I', (liny, who is xlill hi wn given tho lowland residents,
service on the netive lint. MooiI.v'h! n additional rain Iiiik fallen In
official linilge, unlike the Teuton iron' Houlh Texas, hut HlorniM arc pro
HIGH SCHOOL NOIES
(My (Hen Liinlley.)
"Itcnhcil, (hat military training
hliinilil he taught lit our Inch school,"
wiih the iUetlou for ileliato Tiirmlny
morning? The nmIcm were iih follews:
Affirmative, I lean Cinilcr ami Hen
Hull; iiegntite, Keihy Miller nml
.Mark Maxwell. The ilehute wiih won
by the negative.
A meeting wiim held liy tint trnek
ciiudidiiliM Tuesday ufteriioou.
Mm. Alcn llraekeiiried, president
of the local Driimii league, gave ii
hlunt talk to the student hody on the
It limit Monday morning.
The high (.fliotil chorus wliieli U
irtweuliii; the "Nautical Knot," held
ii drcHK ichcaiMil Friday morning.
They will then present the musical
Friday evening at the Pane theater.
The lm;lih histoiy class hehl u
picnic in Aslilnml pmk Wednesday
ufternoon. .Miss (.'aipenter nml Miss
A kins accompanied the students.
If the weather MrmitH, (he tennis
tournament will likely start Saturday
Cora Cusick, n freshmen, Iiiik taken
up a course ut the local high school.
The sophomore KuglMi classes who
were planning a picnic Satin day have
post polled it for two weeks,
A . tennis racipiet will he given
to tlm winner of the gills' singles,
Other piizes will lie given to contest
ants. The mt class of tlm high M'hool is
making postern for the coming trnek
meet mid for the henior play "The
"Tlm Nautical Knot" will ho pre
hcnlcd hy tlm high school clioius ut
tlm Page (heater tonight.
When I loli I'cloue rims during
truining they say, "Here he comes,
and there he gnOs'"
ltcrcntly tho nrtlvltloB of a saw
fly Inrva on pear foliage hnvo lusm
called to our attention. Tho first
thing thnl nttraclH tho cntiunt obsor
vor Ih tho uuiuormin Hinall. clean-cut
holes that "occur In tho loavoH.
Closer oliHurvntlun readily reveals
tho en u bo. Within each hole, and
adhering very tenaciously to tho
odgflH In a crescent Bliapo. Ih a tiny,
green "worm" with n brown, shiny
head, TIiIh llttlu Intruder begins Its
netlvltleH on tlm under mirfneo of tho
leaf, Immediately around tho egg
punctilio. It Ih a voracloim feodor
with Htrnug lilting mouth-imrta, and
(toon eatH a hole of considerable bUo
Into tho leaf. Present Indications
nro Hint thlH "worm" may cause con
ntdornhlo damngo iiiiIohh controlled.
Hlnco it oatH largo quiuititlcn of lent
IthHiio, (ho nrHonnto of lead Hpray
will probably prove offertlvo ngnlrtHl
It. Wo would BUgKimt, howovor,
that tho npray bo applied na noon an
poiiHlblo after tho ".worm" la iIIhcov
orod, hIiico It la likely to become, moro
reHtntnnt with ago. Not only la It
CHHontlal to npray to protect tho fol
iage nt tho present time, but nluo to
Idhhoii future ravages of thla peat.
Tho "worm" whon full grown dropa
to tho ground nml crawls Into tho
Hull whoro It pupates. In ,duo time
u pupae or aaw-fly will cinorgo from
each ouo of theHo pnpno and will lay
Hh eggs on tho leaves, These In
turn will hatch Into tho green
"worma" which food on tho follngo,
It emi readily bo soon that every
"worm" killed now lossona tho fu
ture brood to n largo extent.
M. P. IIHNMSHBON,
Plant PnthologlM, nrknon Co,
cross, which is simplicity nsen, in iiii
oinatn nlfair, while his eoinmisslou
is scaled with much red sealing wax,
in addition to led tope, He first goes
to l.cwistoii, Idaho, ut the head of
navigation on tlm Columbia, nml
thitncir down to Tlm Dalles and An
(oiia, n distance of over .Mill miles,
Vice-Admiial Moody served on the
Columbia river boats for over thirty
years In the enpacity of n chief en
gineer, during which time lie handled
such steamers us the Harvest Qjiccii,
Almoin, Annie Faxon, John (lutes mid
other boats. The Harvest Queen is
still in commission between Portland
nml Astoriu. In its tiny and genera
tiou, way hack in the 'HO's, it was
the literal "quern" of river t ruff in lis
out) of the lending passenger steam
ers. The Annie Faxon long since en
countered an Igiiomiuous fate by be
ing blown up. One of the exciting
phases of river traffic, in the past
was shooting the Celilo fulls, n cir
cumstance which is now obviated by
tlm construction of the new canal, a
public work which ranks us one of
the leading ones iii the nation.
I-'ii mule, Mr. Moody will visit his
father, ex-dovernor Moody of Snlcui,
now in his Hllrtl year, and lie mav also
renew the acolllillitailcc of three
brothers located at Portland, The'
Dalles nml Shnuikn respectively.
dieted conditions were had on
Colorado river nbove mid nhout
Whnrton, but that ulrenm waa Mi
ported to be atntlonnry at most
HAN FHANOISC'O. April 30. Ttil
tlnl "tops hnvo been taken by Ilia
Alaska Northern Kallroad company
In Its Hiilt to acquire tho townaltn of
Howard, Alnakn, T, ('. West, Hnn
Francisco nttonmy, counsel for the
rond, having cabled the company'
complaint to Valdez.
The townslte of Hewnrd la tho tcr
mliinl of the government railroad In
Alaska, mid claims thnl tho former
tho .officials of tho Alaskan railroad
company, ns a unci act upon icavinK
ON WAIL STREET
NKW YOIIK. April .10. Hpeculn
tlon In the so-called war iihares wna
resumed at higher prices, Westing
house crossing par with a gain of
over '1 points, while (lenernl Klectrlc,
Pressed Steel Car nnd New York Air
Hrnke rose an much or more. Ameri
can Can, whoso earnings are being
benefitted by the foreign conflict,
was agnlii active. New York Central
was tlm only standard railroad Issue
to record mnterlnl Improvement,
gaining 1-, but Missouri Pacific,
mid the Missouri, Kansas and Texan
shares reflected probable adjustment
of Impending obligations. Hock
Island, local tractions and the cop
per group manifested a tendency to
ASHLAND, Apiil .'III. AsldandV
new postmaster does not smoke, but
his hut does or did. Yesterday he
wore a brand new Paiimua hat, hut
now where is it T While engaged with
the young lady attendant at the Plara
confectionery in discussing the mer
its of shipping swrcts by parcel jsist,
his new hat came in contact with the
cigar lighter. Kesiiltu conflagra
tion which lief in c it was gotten under
control ritined the band, wrecked tlio
erown and smoked the whole frnme
vroik until the salvage won't amount
lo the al.ie of u Inst season's F.nsler
bonnet. No insurance, the policy
having expired the day previous. For
Innately he has mi old crusher to full
back on. The sir.o of (he Panama be
ing lll7H. ii HiK'cinl older has been
rushed in to mi eastern factory.
THREE ATTEMPTS TO
FLOAT MINNESOTA FAIL
TOKIO. April ,'10. -Three nttempts
lo flout (he Amciicnii steamship Min
nesota, winch is aground ut the en
trance to the Inland sen of Japan,
have failed. The .Minnesota ran on
n rock April II.
Make your cooking
Cottolcne mnkes appetizing,
It is the exact combination of the hlghttt
grade of specially refined cottonseed
oil with puto beef-stcaiine from selected
leaf beef suet which results In the unex
celled shortening and frying qualities of
There are Imitations, but there Is no
substitute for Cottolene. For over a
quarter of a century It has rightfully held
Its own distinctive position.
Always use one-tbUd less of Cottolene
than you would of any other shortening
or frying fat.
Cottolene ic-put op in palls of various
aiies, to suit your convenience and your
news. Arrange with your grocer to
supply you regularly.
Write our Genera! Offices. Chicago, for
a free copy of our real cook book,
"Coltoltnt mak good cooking bttter"
the company's employ, transferred
the deed" to Hie properly.
Itelug unable to rench Vnlde.
within tho time specified by statute,
West resorted to the coblo na a
menus to ftlo the uuiiplnlnt and In
so 'doing Is said . lo have Incurred
cnbln tolls ntnountlng to $1100. Tho
realty at Issue Is valued at $800,000,
Guess Wrong Again
LAST "ELAINE" FILM
AT STAR SATURDAY
Next Saturday the fourteenth and
last eplsodo of tho Hxplolts of Elalno
will be shown. This episode is call
ed Tho Reckoning, and shows some
of tho finest acting ever thrown on
n screen and tho eastern papers
praised tho work very highly of all
the principals nnd mentioned special
ly the work of tho Clutching Hand.
.Sunday only n Paramount picture of
much Interest will bo shown, In a
film version of Longfellow's immor
tal poem, Kvangollne. Tho fcaturo
Aliout flvo yearn ago I wroto to
you that I hnd boon a terrible, suffer
er from kidney and bladder troubles,
and that my physician Informed mo
that my left kidney was In such con
dition Hint there wnn no hopo for
my recovery, I wns ndvlsed to try
your Kwamp-Hnot as a last resort,
and after taking four 00c slzo bot
tles, I passed n gravel stono which
weighed ten grains, I afterwards for
warded you this gravel stone. Have
had no return of any trouble since
that tlmo nnd cannot say too much
In favor of your wonderful prepara
tion, Hwamp-ltoot, which cures, af
ter physicians fall.
Very truly yours,
P. H. IIORNK.
Itoute .1, Uox 30 Hoscboro. N. C.
Personally prepared before me, this
j31st day of July, 1309, F. II. Home,
who subscribed to tho nbovo stato
rncnt and made oath that tho same
Is true In substance and In fact.
JAMKS M. HALIj, Notary Public,
Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ding-
hamton, N. Y.
IVovo What Kwmt) Iloot Will Do
BrJnd ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Illnghamton, N. Y., for a samplo
slzo bottlo. It will convlnco anyone.
You will also rccelvo a booklet of val-
unblo Information, telling about tho
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be suro and mention tho Med ford
Evening Mall Trlbuno. Regular fifty
cent and otto dollar slzo bottles for
sale at all drug stores.
I s w J.adrior
v x I the New
I . M
W. Aex eVA ekea
A collar cut to fit the neck and the prevailing fashion in big knotted
cravats. A manly, good fitting, good looking collar, zfcxiiunu
CUnrtT. PEABODY 6 CO, tn
MAKERS Of ARROW SHIRTS
IT'S UP TO YOU
"While every one is talking war and most
of tho world in action, and while a large lot
of tho people of the Hogue valley arc sitting
around wondering when it will rain and if
it will frosty again, some few of us should
get busy aifd rake in the big iron dollars
that arc rolling around tho country.
Before a large bunch of good people get
through howling about hard times, wc arc
going to skid right into the largest crop the
old valley ever had. "What difference to
you and me who wins the war or what dif
ference' will it make with you whether the
tariff is on or off. All you have to do here
is saw wood and gather the harvest.
Tf you would cover up a few of the un
sightly places with Sherwin & "Williams'
very btst paints and varnishes, turn loose
one of our Uean power spraying rigs on the
bugs ii your orchards, tire up your automo
bile with the best tire on earth, the Dia
mond squeeze casings and red inner tubes,
and get ji few gallons of water ou your door
yard through our Bowel's' crack-proof hose,
shear it a few times with our all ball-bearing
lawn mowers, you would make such a
change in things in your neighborhood that
people would call you blessed and prospor
itv would start where it should at home.
Call on GAHNETT-COREY and see how
they are doing it. Corner AVest Alain and
(.Jntpe streets, Med ford, Orogon.
Are You Consistent
In Your Attitude?
Are you practicing what you preach regarding tho
niade-in-Orcgon principle? Just think of tho result when
its success is proven. Think of the encouragement it will
give to every factory here. Think whfi on incentive it
will be to get new factories. And the most convenient
thing about it is: You and ! the consumers don't have
to contribute any actual extra cash for tho benefits wo aro
bound to receive. Just ask for products made by our own
factories. Let's get together and patronize Oregon indus
try in actual purchasing, and especially remember the fol
lowing concerns whose subscriptions make this campaign
Tho United States National Dank,
75 Third St., Portland, Or.
tt BLANKETS ,
XT " WOOLEN MILLS
CANDY -VOOAN'8 CHOCOLATES,
Modern Confectionery Co.
CKTtKALS "GOLDEN ROD,"
Golden Rod Milling Co.,
CRACKERS "SUPREME" BRAND.
F. F. Haradon & Son,
ELECTRICITY 9Udo la Orrgoa.
Portland. Railway, Light & Power
Co., Portland, Oregon.
FIXTURES ELECTRICAL AD
J. C. English Co.,
1GS Union aro., N., Portland, Or,
F. A. Taylor Co.,
130 Tenth St., Portland. Or.
' '-CJt '
GAMURIKUg . ; fit. .
. Brewing Co., Portland, Ore.
GAS APPLIANCB8 AND FURNACBS,
Hess Mfg. Co.,
C12 Williams av., Portland, Or.
R. M. Wado ft Ce:
332 Hawthorne ave., Portland, Or. '
Portland Knitting Co.,
ISO .Third St., Portland, Or.
MONUMENTS MARBLE, GRANITB
' Blaeslng Granite Co.,
2C7 Third, Portland and Salea, Or.
QfClMlIC Insurance Company
Homi Orrioo. ConacTT Bloo.. Portland
. Warren Bros. Co.
Journal Bldg., Portland, Or.
AT "T WOOLtN MILLS
RUBBER HEELS, MECHANICAL
Portland Rubber Mills,
3C3 East Mnth St., Portland. Or.
The Great Community Lunch
Medf ord invites everybody in Jackson Coun
ty and vicinity to get together at the Great
Community Lunch to be
Park, Saturday, May 8th.
band Coocert, free lunch.
given at the City
Free movies, free
Come and be our
guests all day
CITY PARK, SATURDAY, MAY
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