Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1915)
" ""SKjWfE""'5 '
MEDFORD MATE TRrB.UNK , MEDFORD. OREGON", TJrUKSDAY, .TUNE 2-1, 1015
IN ? UNITED STATES
Tho croi) roiiort for Juno 22 IrbuciI
by the Northwestern Fruit ISxchnngo
It is follew:
Wonntchco Vnllcy; Indications
point to tho following tennnKCs:
Apples, 4000 to 4800 cars; pram, .100
to 350; penches, 1B0 to 250 enrs;
nprlrots 80 to 100; uMirns and prunes
in tho neighborhood of 25 enrs.
Yakima Valley! Apples 3f!00 to
.1800 cars; pears 800 to 000; ponchos
n roil ml 1000 rnrs.
I'.okiio Itlver Valley- Apples, 300
to a.'O; pears 250 to loo cars.
Hood Illvcr District Tho Hood
Itlvor district appmrs to c less than
ft normal year un 1 It Ih omectoil that
tho district will produce from 850 to
000 cars of apples this coming ncn-
twn, with pears running from 50 to
Walla Walla: 200 to 225 cars of
Spekane: 300 to 100 cars of ap
Southern Idahe: Sumo reports
rolatlvo to tho npplo tonnage this sea
eon from Southern Idaho Indlcalo a
crop of nhout GOO cars, while others
cstlinnto that tho tonnage will como
to 1000 rarn or even moro, tho for
mer estimate, however, lelng consid
ered moro nearly correct. It Is ex
pected tho output of prunes will
amount to about 1000 ears. For
peaches It Is expected that some 200
or 250 cars will ho shipped.
Mentana: Apples, about 50 cars
New Yerk: lllossoms wero Hcnrco
on llnldwlns, poHslbly hecauso of hiHt
year's heavy crop. Prcsunt Inillcn-
tlons point to n shortago of about
4250 cars In tho combined peach nud
npplo crops. Peaches will move be
tween August 15 and Septombor 15.
Michigan: A normal crop of early
npples Is expectod, with r.liout a 00
jHir cent crop of- tho Knll varieties.
Peaches considerably nbovo normal.
(leergln: Intimated that 4000 to
4500 cars of peaches will movo In
tho period from Juno 1st to August
25 Last year's shipments totalled
Ohie: Kstlmntes of pearlies Indl
calo a jleltl of 2500 to 3000 cars,
moving from Roptomhor 1st to sntli.
Virginia and West Vlrglnln: This
Hftifon's apple crop expected to bo
light. Virginia Is estimated to pro-
duco about 1,315,000 barrels. West
Vlrglnln w bo particularly light.
Cennecticut: Hugo peach crop ex
pected, estimated from 1500 to 2000
cars. Ten drtyH earlier than last
Nebraskr piiiI lewn: Conditions
favorable to largo crop of apples,
pears and peaches.
In the KoutlivteHt,
Texas, Olknhoma, Arkansas and
Misseuri: Following peach topnago
estimated (mm the seuthwest:
Texns: 2000 carB, early varieties
now moving, Klbortas to movo from
Juno 25th to July 25th.
Oklahema: About 3500 ears,
July 20th to August 15th.
Arkansas and Misseuri: From
2500 to 3500 enrs, moving from July
20th to AugUHt 15th.
Hstlmates from tho Ozark roglon
for apples nro meagre, those re
ceived merely Indicating that the
crop Is progressing favorably.
In ltoeky Mountains
Colerado: All fruits greatly tliun
Hged by a suvoro freeze early In May.
Indications point to the fact that the
Grand Junction district will have hut
12 to 15 per cont of a normal crop,
although tho district around Canon
City, (on the eastern Blopo). will pro
duco u largo crop. Tho apple crop
for tho wholo tnto, U estimated to
bo 3000 cars; pears 150 to 800 cars;
poachoH 1000 cars, the latter iiioxIiik
between August 15th and September
New Moxlce: Apple bloom dam
uged by heavy rains. Crop small, es
tlmated at 800 cars, which Is one
half of lust year's eiop.
Califernia: (I'ajaro Valloyl Ap
jdo crop ostlmnted at 75 per cent of
1014 crop. (Sitcriimonto district)
owing to hoav rains during Mm,
cherries wero sovorcl) damaged, proli
ably to tho extent of 50 per cent
This, whllo not reducing other fruits,
nevertheless dolaunl maturity, par
tlcularly of np-lcols. Indications
point to ti heavy pear and lioach crop,!
plums siigutiy toss man Kill, nprl
cots about tho same us 1U14.
Apples- Kstlinates for Nova Sco
tla under dato of May 2 1st In. In ate
a crop of 2.000,000 million barrels
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOE OF FAT
Want to Reduce? No More Rolling
on the Floor This Machine Docs
(Ily Mull MeOlouo Gibson.)
CHICAGO, June 23. "We nil Mil
too much, ehpceinlly the women who
do not cxcruiHo," sold loliuunes John-
noii, who luiH been Coueh Sttifr"
trainer with UiiiviirHitv of OhiciiKoV
athletes for tliu lunt ilccntle, to me
"That is the rcunon wliy nnv new
idea or mueliine which will reduee our
fnto is looked upon n n boon to siif
ferintf hiunnnilv wliieh i nlwii
wishing, like llumlrt, lluit "this loo,
too solid flewli would melt."
"It iH jiiNt iih eiiHv lo leduee one k
flexli iih it is to do anything clue il
one utH his mind to il hut few of
iih hnve the will power lo keen up
the Hpintun mode of liung iiiiIihm one
noes itnmeilinte iomiltn.
"One of tlie old jrnilimtc of tin
unieiHity has invented a machine
that will make this Mliowin.
"This man's wife was getting fill
and eoninieiierd lo roll on the floor
iih recommended by a beauty writer.
She found that rolrintr made her
dizzy and bewailed the fact to her
"hike the imi'Iiiki American linn
hand, this man wanted bin wife lo
have everything she wnnted when she
wanted it, and lie made a machine
(hat would 'loll' around wife.
"I.nfit year we had a student in
the uiihorMty that looked as though
he niThl be good tlmberfor the foot
ball team, but he was too fat. (He
could not bring himself to train down
wherojie eotihl run instead of wad
dle,) The alumni told me about his
machine and we installed one here.
"The lat litemllv 'rolled' off Hcd
mmi, our football recruit; he made
the Nipiad and i educed himself sixty
pounds in five uuukri.
"The nilujliiae consists of it sub
stantial frame with wheels earr,ing
two sets of belt it each set being
provided with a number of wooden
inasMitgi) rollers. 'Ihese belts nro nr-
ranged so that the rollers may he
brought into contact with nnv part
of the liody-parlieularly the hips
and abdomen, where fat people usu
ally want to icdiieo most.
"These roller hienk down the fat
ells and improve circulation. Work
ing diiccllv on the stomach and hip'
is u splendid cuie for obesity," ways
COUP TO ACCEPT
County I'athologist Ur. M. P. Hen
derson has accepted a position as
professor of plant pathology "ml hi-
ology in , the lJrifjnnrn loutig univer
sity in l'rovo, Utah. Professor Ilen-
lor-on Iui4 been thinking herionsly
of accepting the position for the
past fortnight, but it was not until
this morning that he fully made up
his mind to do so.
The new position comes ns an ad
vancement and is ri larger field than
could In1 offered Mr. Henderson in
Ibis epunly, with higher salurv anil
. lie is not lo leave until the latter
part of the summer.
I "I shall gladly stay and help my
Miecos-ur fnmilinrixu himself with
the lines of the work," suid Mr. Hen
dcison this morning.
Professor Henderson has been
pathologist for Jaokson county for
the past year. During this lime he
has been very active, and orchard
ists speak highly of his work.
Dr. Hcdncrson came here from the
University of Wisconsin upon tho
joint recommendation of the Fruit
growers' league and tho Oregon Ag
ricultural college. His Hillary and
office e.K'JisoK' are jointly paid by
the county and college' under the ag
lieiiltural extension law.
Hero's the inaililiic that taken off fal. The inasHtgo rollers do It.
this season ns compared with 800,
000 for 1011. However, fruit Is re
ported bolng backwnrd and retarded
somewhat by frosts, two having oc
urrcd In this district during the woolc
following May 10th. Conditions In
Ontario and Quebec nt this tlmn nro
reported to be favorable. Ilritlsh Co
lumbia on Juno 15th reported that
the crop will run slightly loss than
last year, tho estimated production
for the coming season being from
1100 to 1200 carB. Old trees aro
bearing lighter than lust year but
which Is somewhat offsot by new trees
coming Into homing.
Peurs: In Nova Scotia and Kaxt
eia Canada It Is expected that the
pear crop will bo about normal, not
differing much In tonnage from the
crop of last hcii.oii. In Ilritlsh Co
lumbia an lucieavo of some 25 xr
cent Is expected over last year, from
50 to 00 cars being expected to move
out this season.
Peaches: Peach prospects throiiKh
out Canada appear fairly bright. In
H. C. It Is expected that tho produc
tion of all varieties will bo equal to,
If not sllghtl) greater than the lou
nago of l!HI. Klbortas aro light.
Poach movement expected Jul) 20th
to October 15th.
Plums and Prune: Will be In
heavv tonnage In Kustern Canada If
present conditions do not change ma
teilallv In vv extern Ontario parthu
larlv a heavy crop of plums is antUI
paled In II C about 100 cars of
plums and prunes nro looked for
NI-.W YOltlC, June 2 1. Tho pur
chaso hero of two steamships to bo
used by (leueral Venustlano Carranza
as Mexican troops ships nud of three
steamers by (ieuernl Felix Diaz for a
purpose not stated, bucamo known to
day. Genera! Igunclo I.. Posquolrn,
assistant secietary of war for Car
ranza, said that he had bought thu
steamer Atlanta from tho Chosn
Iteako Steamship c,ompnny nud tho
smaller stenmer Alameda. Tho At
lanta, which files tho American flag,
Is now in drydock at Ilaltlmoro, while
the Alameda, fblng the Cuban flag,
Is In Cuban waters. Togethor thoy
cost about 1100,000.
General PtMiiuelra said that both
vessels nro being overhauled and
equipped with wireless and that as
soon as they are ready thev will start
for tho Gulf of Mexico. Thy names
of the vessels purchased by General
Diaz were not made known.
iMADItll), Juno 2 1. King, Alfonso,
It Is now bollovedi will deddo to ro
tain IMiinrdo Dato ns premier, but
with a new sot of ministers. After
lunching with the king, Seuor Dato
returned to Madrid this evening.
His majesty is expected to arrive
theie tomorrow for a conference with
tho chiefs of all the monarchlnl par
ties, Including former Premier Mnura,
leader of tho conservatives, Count
Uomauonos, former premier; Mar
quis Alhuomas, former secretary of
statu; Honor Husada, former minis
ter of finance, and Sonor Villa Nueva
former minister or marine.
Premier Dato and, his cabinet re
signed Tuesday hecauso thoy constd
eied the failure of the recent $150,
Oiio.OiM) loan as equivalent to a vote
of lack vif confidence,
Drowned at tho mouth of Mulo
creek,' In Itoguo Hlvcr, on Juno 17th,
1015, Clyde C. Inmnn, ago 10 years
2 months nud 13 days. He leaves a
father, mother, brother and sister.
Ills father C. C. Inmnn Is well and
favorably known In this city. His
father accompanied his remains to
Oakland, Cnl., whero ho was burled t
.lime 23ril. He leaves a Host or menus
to mourn his death.
A precious ono from us has gone;
A volco wo loved Is stilled,
Hut wo had to glvo hi in Up
.To fill our maker's will.
MRS. C. C. INMAN.
WASHINGTON, Juno 21. Ito
dlscount rates of 3 per cent for ten
dnyv Joans nt tho federal reserve
banks in New ork, Philadelphia, San
Francisco and St. Louis wero ap
proved today by tho federal rcservo
board. Tho board declares It to bo
n now departure which was approved
by the governors of rcservo banks nt
a recent conference In Chicago,
"In tho opinion of tho board,"
says tho announcement, "tho Intro
duction of the plan for the crop mov
ing season may result In extending
inntorlnl assistance to bnnks which
I'eslro special accommodations for
short periods. Tho short term rato
Is believed likely to bo an offcctlvo
substitute for call loan rates, based
Wtth Med ford Traflo Is Medford Mndo
Fashion's favorite for
Spring and Summer
Don't spread at the top nor
lose their shape because of
the Llnocord Unbreakable
in no other make. Try them.
cio. r. idc i co.. Mik.ri.moT, n. v.
With Medford Trnilo -,f r.xiford Mado
Cost Users $5,000,000 Less
Our last price reduction,
made February 1st will save
Goodyear users about five mil
lion dollars this year. And that
was our third reduction in two
years, totalina 45 per cent.'
Yet Note This
Yet Goodyear Fortified Tires
embody many extras Five are
costly features found in no other
tire. The rest are found in few.
If wo omitted those extras, we
t could save on this year's proba
ble output $1,035,000. We
could add that to our profits, yet
Goodyear tires would look ns
good as now.
alone will cost
us $500 000
this year. All
to givo you ex-
No-RIm Cut TIr..-"OnAlr" Cur-d
tra wear. And we shall spend
$100,000 on research this year
to find more improvements still.
. They Are Yours
These extras belong to you.
They mean less rim-cuts, less
blowouts, less loose (reads. They
mean more rubber, more fabric,
more mileage, less trouble. Most
tire users know that, so Good
year (ires far outsell any other.
Prove it yourself ibis sum
mer. It will bring you tire con
tentment. Any dealer, if you ask him,
will supply you Goodyear tires.
year tires faster
ply them. We
anything like it.
.Goodyear Service Stations
Tires in Stock
Crater Lake Motor Car Co.
F. L. Camp
RED LETTER DAY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ALL DAY SPECIALS
rni U Utt 4 iM ,uIIkV
UN, Mi.J alt llf K t V
Tak ir. Hr r r
Perfect sunt cannot come from1
UbtKsea not lorrcills flttd
1 make and fit Ukui iorrct!
Mi:iOItli, . . . OHKGOX
. M. DEPARTMENT STORE
DEVONSHIRE CLOTH lGc
Only clotli ninth' narantoi'd
Inst color. :2 hiclirs witlc,
rt'tilai 20c vtiliic.
GrlNGHAM SKIRTS 75c
Tlusi arc si'K'ctiul I'roin rc.u;
ulai $1..")0 slock skirts, all
sizes, big ,Utu
Unbloachod MUSLIN 5c
Sea Island cotton, :UJ inches
witlc, lTnhif price 10c yd.
GIRLS' DRESSES 89c
A clean-up of all dresses in
stock at this price, regular
$1.2") to $1.7.").
:iti-iiifli riiiiTon Taflota Silks
all shades, navy, rose, co
pen, brown, black, green,
regular $l.o0 stock valnp
I'Yiday and Saturday special
at .' $1.19
Ah Kapu )lrM in MHHtiy
S. t.11 JVMHM k4IM4.
i. s. ill auM wliuh art il
I - i mat Mir
Ladies' Great Dress Sale 75c
Wc take this radical method of disposing
at one stroke, entire stock of $1.25, $1.50
Colored Dresses, sizes 32 to 44, displayed on
NOTION DAYS IN BARGAIN CIRCLE
Darning Cotton 1
Basting Cotton .. 3
cVathcrbone, black and white 8
10c Bias Tape 5
oc Needles, 2 tor 5
5c Pearl Buttons, 2 for 5
10c Curling Irons 7
10c Shinola WM 7
5(5,1 looks and Eyes 2i:,
Tooth Brushes 5
10c blending Tissue 5p
To dose out, 2 1 pairs
Xubuck Oxfords, reg
SILK GLOVE SALE 79c
Ivcgular $1 Long Cloves, black or white, Hi
hutton. extra sjKviul.
BOYS' WOOLEN CAPS 15c
Entire Mork of Caps at this price, regular
25c, .Tv and 5j stmk .Jjluys. . , . .
LADIES' WHITE CANVAS SHOES
All White Canvas Shoes, regular 1.00 al
lies, 11-button $1.98
LADIES' WHITE SOLE PAT. PUMP
On sale Frida ami Saturdav $2.-19