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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INDEPENDENT NEWflPAPKH
HUDLiHiini nvnitr akteinoon
EXCEPT HUNDAT IIY THE
MKDFOUD PitlNTINQ CO.
Offlco Malt Tribune IJulldfnff, JS-J7-J9
North Fir street; tolophtme 78.
The Democrntlo Tlmtn. The Medford
Mali, The Med ford Tribune, The South
ern OreRonlun, Tho Aahland Tribune.
Hn venr. tiv mull -
Olio inunth, by mall. .
i mnnth ,1MI vartwl liv enrrlpr In
Medford, Phoenix, Jacknonvllle
nnd Central Point .60
riatunlay only, by mall, per year J.00
Weekly, pur year. ... . l-0
Offlclnt Paper of the City of Medford
Official Paper of Jackson County.
Entered aa accond-olaea mntlor at
Medford, Oregon, under the act of March
Bworn Circulation for 1014, 2588.
Full lenaed wire Annoclatod Prcaa dl
tiuliBcriburt) (Ailing to rocolvo
papora promptly, phono Clrcu-
if Intlon Mnnogor at 25011.
4, 4. .j. . .;. .;. :
HONG KONG KOLUM
Tk'dly Lousovolt mayheso bllggost
Mollnnn (no bllg llkoo MllHtor Tnft).
WI1011 Tlcddy 111 hoy hu glln nllco
time, mnkeo tlcctlt glow. Mnyboso
III m lakea tluspoonftit hlnnily then
Klin with tooth nnd say "Mnyboso
1110 rlitoo hoss."
Him rldeo much hlorso nllco
Binnnioo over Culm.
'Then hlni llilo bouses.
1'lltly oon ninltco prosldont, rldco
Musts, rldoo Hobs Manias, '.Mnyboso
rldoa evoly thliiR until mayboso
Btloam rollorr rldco hlml
Mnyboso ho no hollova It linppon
tllMio flndoo I.Ivor of Doubt.
Tlion ho turnao lilnglcmilvo ninybo
so try llhol Hloss Mnrnou.
No seo how.
iMIhk Mary Hollering In a wing
er mid ontortnliior In Ht. Paul,
Minn., and Mr. Hollows is a
music critic In that city,
"Ray, 1 ain't h'ot no (lino to ntnnd
hero and talk vld you,"
"Vuro nro you going?"
"I vnnt to moot 0110 of my niint
ioa., "Vlrh limit lu do yon want to
"Huy, did you ami mv phototuo
graph In all dor pnparaY"
"I noftir mad tho imtunl medicine
"I vnan't a dlmuiHo 1 va 11 vltuoaa
In h dlvorco chko."
"Vol Ih dot, a vltnorwt"
"A vllnuaa is a follow vot don't
roiuoinhur. Jly wlfo'i tilitor aiiod for
nu npnrtnoca on Hucouiit of liupowl
hlllty of temper nud her husband
sued on norount of grimily."
"You iiiwiii orMolty."
"No, I menu rnolly. All alio vould
glf him to out vos gruol."
"lu dor iotttura.nt today, flniat
itflur you finished outing, dor viator
"I don't Know ry uo iliould I
didn't tip lilui."
1 had "uii offer" onco, my lad
SighMl old utald, Auntie Illumnor.
A hmulHoiuo hmii 'plionwl It to 1110.
Who had gottati tho wrong uuiuber.
Now Mtatroaa -Nuw, l.eua, nro you
a guoil oookf
heim1 UttNk m, iHn'm If you
don't help mm.
Vlsltur Catt I nee tbat lUQtnrtat
who w bmught h liwft kh hour
Niinm lie ltaau't couto to liU
VUltar Oh. tnnt'a nil light. I
only want lo Mil UIih MtwOwr oar!
Ills Win k IMuMitul
Uruwn It wa too bad about Dr.
BmlluKH' datitb. Ho wh only SB.
J1111M Ym: lot In a way hta work
vmi rtutiliod. Hu bad Jtut eotupM
ol his bowl, "Uow to Uv to bw a
liuniirml." Now YorK 'Homni.
"l OBfifigdU tho rooHM for wy holi
day." Itftl4. "lioeawao tho UHttiaUy
wruto ma that tho vorlokod a
an peril nurdon of tiO novoa. rlehly
adorugjl with HtHloary. wkoro 1 wa
n't llhorty to froti'-naU
' MVm,JH ,'onoH in'iuln d
Hli ms a rfHnMor. hi. -Jul Ut
terly. New York Sun.
1 ejr" tJBfto
ON HIGHWAY BUILDING
TJLI5 county coiui is advortisiii for bids for the con
struction of a .section of the Crater Lake highway at
the new entrance of Crater Lake national park. The esti
mated cost is in the vicinity of $2f)00, and it will bo paid
for out of the road levy.
This new road is necessitated because of the abandon
ment of the present park entrance by the government. The
preseni route is abandoned altogether under m the plans
being followed in the coiif.truction of the system of park
roads as laid out by the army engineers. Under these
plans there will be but three entrances, two on the east or
Klamath side, and one on the west or .Jackson boundary,
and each will have a gatekeeper or ranger.
The road at present being constructed by the govern
ment to replace the existing road is a mile or more north of
the present' entrance. It iollows easy grades, skirts pic
turesque Castle canyon and is a much more scenic drive
than the present road.
The new entrance is an unfoi-seen contingency, forcing
an iinsought-for expense upon the county, but it is man
datory if .Jackson county is to enjoy the benefits of Crater
Lake tourist travel. It is in the forest reserve and should
properly be constructed by the federal government, but the
forestry bureau has refused all co-operation and rejected
Senator Chamberlain's bill calling for an appropriation for
this purpose. Efforts of Superintendent Steel to enlarge
the park boundaries so tis to include a portion of the na
tional forest, so that park funds would be available for the
purpose, also met defeat through the opposition of the for
estry bureau, which withholds a large portion of Jackson
county from taxation, and blocks development projects.
The ('rater Lake highway should be a stale road. It is
the gateway to a national park containing a state and na
tional asset. And the action of the county court in build
ing this road cannot be criticised as neither government
nor state will assist. Hut the action of the commissioners
in selecting the route for the Pacific, highway from Cen
tral Point loTolo is justly subject to severe criticism from
all parts of the county. The selected route contains three
grade crossings, seven right angles and skirts the open
channel of a creek in a space of three and a half miles, and
is half a mile longer than the alternative route, and will
cost much more to construct. The Siskiyou section ot the
highway is a dream of a road. It is ideal. The Central
Point-Tolo route is a nightmare and will be a never-ceasing
source of regret to tho entire county. Lt should be
changed before it is loo late.
Tho county court is giving the county a good business
administration and living within its income. Warrant in
debtedness has been reduced from $57(),97() in .lanuarv,
10K5, when .Judge Ton Velio took office, to $I7(),?)8I on
.July L lf)lf), despite the loss of $150,000 taxes on the 0. &
C. land grant. Hut we submit that it is not good business
to construct a permanent, highway with death traps along
it when they can be easily avoided. ,
THE COMING WAR
TIIIEIMG are men, courageous men, in this country who
- would never shoulder a gun who earnestly hope for
war with some country, because they believe it would help
Thoy are of thy same class that in England fear con
scription, that will take them away from their counters
and tills. They are of the clas.s who stay at home and pros
per while the soldier bleeds to death on the battlefield.
There are in this country many who would like to see
this country in a war with Mexico because, after it was
over and peace established under military control, they
believe they might find opportunity down there to still
further loot and rob the oppressed and downtrodden peo
ple of that country of the little that has been left to them
by the benevolent plutocracy that had been developing the
resources of that laud under the reign of Diaz.
There are in this country thousands of impetuous
youths who would rush to arms at the nation's call and go
down to Mexico to kill and be killed because they have
been taught to believe it their duty to be killed and kill
when the politician wills it.
It dues not look as though we would have a war with
Mexico or any other country. The rotting corpses of a
million of brave ami noble sons of England, Erauce and
LJermauy tliTU cover the fields of Helglum and Erance is a
tight that makes een "watchful waiting" m'oiii endur
able to all except the newspapers of plutocracy. They still
persist in their cry for blood-letting by the nation.
There it in this country a large and increasing number
of people who are determined upon war, but not against
any other country or people. The war to come, as they
hope and firmly believe, is not to hi a war for plutocracy
for trade, or to protect our looters of other lands. The
war hoped for, prayed for, is a war agaiiist every form of
want, poverty and industrial discontent.
It will not bt easily won, for thy reason that a large
part of our wealthy classes find that want, poverty and in
dustrial discontent are the sources of their wealth and in
come. I u the sufferings of others they find gain and
profit. The poverty and want that drives the children
and wives of the poor to labor in the factory, cannery and
Held keepi down wages and fattens the grasping employer.
As the undertaker finds death his best business friend,
so some employers, under the present economic system,
find want and poverty their best employment agents'. The
worker of thus country have made up their minds that a
system that leaes them no alternative but surrender be
cmiimc of the needs of their children for bread is wrong.
They realize that democracy must be its own emancipator.
Strikes have proven disintegrating; they are no real or
jumimuent remedy. The solution will be in some new
UutUi Fur industrial rcform that nuns! eouUiiu in itself the
gjM'iu of a hotter social urgtuiusalian that will destroy social
TJii K thr w.iv we utmultl liope Dor? nvny fora poauo
Pul wai u "lis, i vi as-;! protect mTp imn bring Impplntfes
nut a war of killing and maiming and uumtv and woe,
MEDJrcmiJ MATTJ TRIBUTE,
MEDFORD OREGON, TUESDAY, .TULY 13, 1935
iSBBl Jt v K fi fr f 1 fe arfS? gPaaSMSP ""
QmSf " l P J I LiA J Sass .Bssssssok, ""'"' joj?1'
Tho Oklahoma quadruplets, Rober
ta, Mary, I.eota and Mona Koys, ot
IIollls, Okla., Horn .luno 1. Tholr
mother Is Mrs. Flnko KoyB, wlfo of
a IIollls druggist.
dr. Joseph a. mm
WASHINGTON, July 13. Dr. Jos
eph A. IlolnieB, director of tho fed
oral bureau of mines at Washing
ton, who died early today lu Don
vur, was regarded by his associates
In tho government Rorvico ns the
fathor or the bureau or mines, which
by n campaign or education and ex
periment Iiiih largoly reduced tho
death toll among tho underground
workors. Ho also was accredited
with making "saroty first" a nation
al movement. Ho took it Tor tho
alogan or tho mlnos buroau'H work
nnd It spread to all phases or Indus
"Tho Raddost part or It all," Bald
Van II. Manning, acting director of
tho mines buronii, today, "Is that Dr.
Holmes woh a victim of overwork
and his devotion to his duties In bo
half of tho safety of tho million
miners of tho Unltod States. v
WALES COAL SHE
LONDON, July III.-Tho Hrltlsh
government has doubled to apply tho
munltloiiH war net to tho South Wales
roal Htrlko on tho ground that tho
strlko Is prejudicial to tho transport,
production and supply of munitions
Tho fact that tho govorntnont had
reached this dodmion was announced
today In tho houso of commons by
Wnltor Uiinclmnn, presldotu of tho
board of trndc.
WASHINGTON, July 13 -Under
tho now law admitting foreign built
vomwU to American registry , HO
shlpH with a grow tonnage of 527,
021 tons wore transferred to tho
I'nliud Slutim Hag during tho fiscal
your muling .hum .10, FlguroH an
iiouui'od today by tho dopiirtmont of
eoiuiiieno ho that of this number.'
19 wore formerly In tho lSrltlsh nior
ihant marine, thirty In tho German
and hI in the llelglau. Ono Itulhin.
three Norwegian and four Cuban
ahlpa were uU tranaforrod.
To tho Kdltor
1 want to call attention to a grave
mlatako or to bad tasto on tho part
of the liiniiMKe-ment or tho Ashland
Chautauqua I .ittendod the Moil ford
Day progmiu and kocurod n ory
good seat but 1 was horrified whim
I wiw thorn clone tho aisles and ovory
available space In tho firo trap build
ing, ir the least alarm had been
glvon hundred or people would have
boon killed. 1 wiw tho terrible ills
astor or tho Iroquois thontor In Chl
caso, ami Ilutiw caskets haunt me
atlll. Lot the mauagomont uso a
Utile common mubo. what Is the uso
or MorUtciHK human life for tho
take of a tow dollars?
The band was fine but I did not
onjoy It as 1 would hao undur othor
conditions, and 1 hnvo heard many
my the name thing UiIh morning. A
hint to the wlc ought to bo suffi
H UtUY H Tt'CKKR.
Medford Oie lul IS 1913
John A. Perl
SS S. UAHTLKTT
1'hnncN M. 4? and 17-J'J
Awbulatico Serilce Coroner
FOUR YOUNG LADIES, ALL IN A
Whon tho stork brings four of a kind
And you can't tell one from tho
It's only auro that you will find
Yourself to each Just ono-fourth
FINE FOR CORONERS
fXlolrf Hill Now.)
Oriulo oro'winjrs are till to the lino
for tho undoi taker. A misbongor
train rnnimi'd u inoloreyelu tit tho
treiii'licroiiK Tolo tiirnpilo hint Sun
ilny. Hoth ririutt, escaped hy n mere
mirucli1. Accident at this point tire
of tiresomo frequency. Kventually
one will lU'iuuiiil u toll that Minll
cuiihe n general surfeit of horror. Yet
County JihIrc Ton Velio is nlono in
his stand for u minimum of ilnucr
oits truck crossings on tho I'ncil'ie
highway in Jackson county. Com,
missioners Aliuldcu nnd Lccm'1 if
their stubborn demand for three stieli
niorguo fillers is met, will have much
lo answer for, anil tho debit will be
u i i'iV one.
TORPEDO NETS TO.
WASHINGTON, July i:i. - For ex
perimental puipo-i'i tho iiuw ilepart
nieiit lias piirclinscil severul torpeilo
nets to hnu; iiiouuil batth'hliips ami
protect them from torpedo attack.
Secretary Daniels Miid lodav tlie-e
were of the sumo type iik those em
ployed by the Kuropeiin navios. Kx
poriuicnts ure now goin;r on with the
nets aboard one of the ships on the
Atlantic fleet. Similar experiments
made some time ago produced no very
definite results, but iiuvy officials
hope to he able so to iiupiove the
nes lis to reduce the dangers ftoui
siibmaiiues. The nets are compoxed
of wire links.
SIVCKSS Oh' A MKIMCINi:
All things Riicceod which fill unreal
need; that a doctor Is kept busy day
nud night proves his ability nnd skill;
that I.ydln K. IMiikham's Vogotablo
Compound Is told In enormous quan
tities In almost ovory city, town nnd
Jinmlat in Amorica and In foreign
countries as well proves Its merit,
and women are found everywhere
who tell of health restored by its uso.
Giin Cluing China Herb Store
llerli Cnrvs for Kuiiirhe, lleailnclie,
Catarrh, Dlptlithcrlu, Som Tliro.it,
I.tiiig Ttxiiible, (Viucer, liiducy
Trouble, Stomatli Troiible, llcurt
Tiiiutile, Clillls anil h'eicr, Crumps,
Coughs, Vow Cltviilallon. Cnr
biiucles, Tuniors, CKI llivnst,
Ciiivs all kinds of Goitre NO
To Whom It May Concornt I am
freo from rheumatism. You can be
tho same by taking treatments from
dim Chung, tho herb doctor, My
rhoiimatlsm was so bad taht lt niado
mo so weak 1 could scarcely get up
when I was down nnd tho pain I Buf
fered ono could hardly know unless
one had tlio Emtio disease 1 was
truly dissatisfied and disgusted with
lire In my condition and trying to
livo. Now to my friends that enro to
bo cured and would Uko to bo freo
try the herb doctor, Ho can cer
tainly rolleve In n vory short time.
Very truly yours, MHS. M. I.. KOLB
till ritOXT ST., .MIMU-Oltl), OltK.
Don't risk injuring yourself and
sotting your hoiiho on fire by attempt
ing to clean clothes at home. It Is
dangerous, and is not ior:h tho risk
to whtoli win oxpose ytmrtolf You
can liiMir your own i(i and tho
proper handing or your ciothes by
ending tno.t ror cleaning pcsulng,
dvolng to a .ilant which ' uodern,
(ire proor and up-to-dato Our
chargM iro so low that It will not
pay ysa to do your own work
For your own protect Ion, call 244
Tho babies, tho only living Quad
ruplets or their own Btato and un
doubtedly or many other states, aro
perfectly healthy and all seem cer
tain to livo.
HKItMX, via London, .lulv l.
linrvostiiiK bus betin in the western
nnil middle sections of Germany. He
ports from Cologne indicate Unit the
crops' of rye, oats, wheat nnd barley
will be especially Inre. Stijrnr beets
nro said to be richer in sugar titan
usual, nnil it is expected that the
fruit harvest will bo satisfactory.
BOOK OF INFORMATION
ON CRATER LAKE PARK
UIMSIIINGTON, I). C, July HI.
An elubornto book gtvinjr general in
formution regarding Crater Lake
pnrk for tho season of li)L"i bns just
been issued by tho interior depart
ment. Deafness Cannot Be Cured
hr Itwal ppllmlloDii. n lliry cannot reach tb
illtrairil iwrllon of Hip r Thrro U onlr nn
uar ta mrr Oralntt, and lliat l hr rooitltulton
al rrmrdlra. DiJfiicn la ciufit br an Indamnt
Dimlltlun "f thmur.nn llnlnc of tb I.'uitarhlan
Tut. When this tube la Inflnmrit 7011 barn a
rumtillDE aound or Imprrtrct hrarlne. and when
It l tullrrlr rlord lifjtnrn la Hi mull, and
nnlraa Ilia inBaiumatlon can h taken .out and
Dili till rraiorrtl M lla normal coudltlou, hear
Iliac lll Ui dtrojcd fOfCTcri nlna caaca out ot
leu arc cautcd tr Catarrh, whlrh la nnthlnic hut
an Inflamed rondlllon ot tuc mucoua aurfacra.
Wc will lire One Iliimlrrd Pollara for any caa
of PrnfncM (ratiwd It catarrh) that cannot t
ciirnt It llall'a Catarrh Cure. Hend for clrcu
lara. free. p rIIENrv a c0., Tole-lo. O.
Sold r Pruesl'ta, 7.V.
Take llall'a Iaullr 1111 for conatlnatloo.
TtIP P A C 17 Medford's
1 JU!y r rSAjLi Leading Theater
Cool, Comrortnble, Well Ventilated
WEI NE. I) VY and THI'ltSDAY
THE WOULD FAMOUS
(Tho Itoyal ActresB)
The (flipping .Modern Drama or Intense ami Absorbing Interest
The Celebrated Scandal
lly Joso Echogaray, tho Spanlah Shnkespoaro
All star supporting company, Including Edward Jose, Walter
Hitchcock, Stuart Holmes, Wilmuth Mcrkyl.
A Drnnuitle Mastorploco That Deals With tho Evils of Cosslp
Tho Nansen Eyo
SEE Tho Xnn80n Tear IN
Tho Nnnson Smllo
The Omnia That Stirred Two Continents
Regular Prices: 5-10-rc
In uity or itoiinlry, for buu'moos or plenMire, under
nil uonditions, tho moelianical iierfimtiou, trongth,
light weight ami Minpliuity of tho Ford enr inako it
tho people':, utility. And they uvunttru only about
two cents u mile to operate and maintain.
Rarrinj; the unforosoon, overy retail buyer of a new
Ford onr botweon August liKH uiul August lfll."i
will reeoive from $40 to $00 an a aJuuc of the Fun
Motor CompauyV profit.
Touring Onr $400, KiinahoMt $110, Town Car $090,
CoupoM $7fl0, Sedan .075; f. o. b. Detroit with all
equipment. On tlispluy and kale at
C. E. GATES
The Ksw BaSsy
Rrerr expectant mother iIkkiM bate at
hand a bottle of "Mot hcr'i Friend." It M
iwHW iimx Ihe musclM. mikr tbem (.Irony.
Iher expand without undue train. pln s
"elided, name I' overcome and the kln U
thm prcscned ngalnut tcan nnil iitlirr de
ferti m icramon ! "Mother1 Friend" lm
lieen neitlceted. Write for n viliia''e bojiW.
ent free by nrndfield Itcpilator Co.. 101
Ijimar nidr.. Atlcntn. On
It l filled with timely Information nnd
wonderful letter from srnteful inothers who
went tlirniiKh the ordenl and own their cem
forl to Mother1 Friend." Sold by all dm.
AUTO SKUVICK Kl tOM KAflLU
1'OINT TO MKOrOIll) AND 1JAC1C
Tho undersigned will leavo Prank
Lowls confectionery every day ex
copt Sunday for Medford with his
auto at 1 o'clock p. m arriving at 2
p. in. Leavo Nash hotel, ModiorU, at
5 p. m., arrive at Eaglo Point at G
p. m. A part or tho trarflc Is solicit
ed. S. II. HARNISII.
Eaglo Point. Ora
We Must Have
The White Velvet
Ice Cream Co.
32 S. Central
Ma. 1. lUaaii, Mutineer nnil rrcaldcnt
250 KEARNY ST.
Del. Sutter ndBu.h
A modern, fiie-proof, up.lo.Jate Motel,
located in the center of emthing and on
a direct line lo the Ejpoiition Grounds.
Detached Bath Private Bath
1.00,S1.50 single 1.50. 92.00 single
M.50, 2.00 double 2.00, 12.50 double
I SO I'oomi tX Solid Comfort Eroy Convenience
"rem Thirl awl Towiiwnd St. Drpot, t.le cl
No. I Joe 16. '"rom I'my ute Sullfr is. cat, art
r4 at Kearny St., walk hall a Hock Notlh. Or
Take n "Universal" But direct to Hotel