KTEDRmi) mTT, TTCT"RTrNTC, MEDFORT), OTCTCCJON, TUESDAY. XOYTCMTlF.Tr ftt '1015 PXGETTVTI tt: :; ACRE PROFIT ABOVE ALL EXPENSE IN BEETS C. W. Potter, Formerly of Mcilford. Writes of Experiences at Santa Paula Sugar Bents Most Profit able of All Crops. i . To i!io Kdiler: 1 have watched the Mnil Tribune vei-y closely for everything that him been sniil ertiiiiiin: to the srewinj: of sttfnr beets ami buildinjj n o.tghr fac tory in loj:ue Ittvcr valley. Think ing it may help to break the scales from the eyes of some land owner uho is standing in the wav of hi own prosperity, ns well as thnt of the whole flof-no Iliwr valley, by roftis iiifr to kirh tip his ncrcnuo lor stmnr beet), wish to stnte just one in fduneo out of ninny in tliis vicinity. tjS 1(10(1 Profit Itcnllco A friend of mine here raised seventy-three acres of miar beets this year, and he told me yesterday that Ins lieet erop netted nhovo all ex pense $1000 from the Nevcnty-three ncrcs, or nearly $flft per aere. lie further said that the other crnpi ;:rnwii on the mii'dt timely paid cost of piodnetioa. I was at his place wIihh the beets were licinjj harvested, and while one field averaged twenty nine Inns per acre, a much lnrper field was so choked with Ih'rmudn urn km and other weeds that the nv diajfo yield was greatly reduced. He expects to June the weeds subdued bv the time' one more clop of beet? has been grown, so Ji;it the yield can be largely incren-cd All lllicd .atioe This crop wan grnwji without irri gation in n eoiintry where every year is a drouth year as compared with llou'ite Uivcr valley, for the normal laint'nll here is imly about one-half that of your valley. The eiop of beets I have been writing of was . grown on land owned bv the I.imon eria eompnny and eerytliin;; is done by hired labor. The llnyue Uiver valley rancher should be able to do even better, where he has hi, own familv to as-si--t in enltinitin mid hane-tin the orop. Kend a Delegation I think Mr. dates should -.elect a committee from the men who ate most prominent in opposing- the .sugar beet proposition and end them down here, where they can have the evi dence at firt hand. If what they eonld see and learn would not con vince Hi cm of the advantage a beet sugar facial v would be to the Kogue Jtiver valley, nothing would do it. 1 cannot believe that the people of the Valley will remain so dead to their liert intorcts as to let the two great est opportunities that have ever come to them, namely, it ligation and the beet sugar plant, fail for lack of sup port. C. W. I'OTTF.U. Santa Paula, Cat., Nov. '22. LARGE D POSITE OE MAGNEST E FOUND CANADIAN POWDER PLANT IS DEMOLISHED and a strong i;unrd was placed ,v ,c,irV((1 llint the certificates will around tho works tonight. Word i, ilrti,l11jnn. "Slv. Van (lihler. who has charge cnnie from Toronto thnt a detachment .... . -... . s;i. oi troops was noiug item tnero reauy , ,. i. .,:,!,. ,i..,iri.n..i.t. i - - i M. J. ninne ot ledlord has re turned to this citv from a mutiiiu er'iisc in tbc Si-Viouh and cNewherc, bringing with him a number of ore samples. Among th (iianlitv of rock he brought bm-k arc line sneci mens of magnesile, which he left on f.hibitin at the C'unmercin! club. Mr. itune' elninw to hae Jound eighty acres of this valuable forma tion, a pure and beautifullv white at the miecimcus he Iclt. The deposit is just aeioss Hie state line in Califor nia and un the railroad. Mngnesite is mined onlv in Califor nia, and from that state comes all of the domestic supply in the Tinted States. In l!)t'J the output of' three mngnesite minis in California wax about 10.000 ton. whiiM: a inesent price per ton, would amount to more than a ipiaitc of a million dollars. It is now woith fiom $3.1 to $l"i a ton, cnleined. It is used etensivolv now for lining the big war gitn with which the amiie.s of Kuropo are slaughtering; each other. That de mand brought tho price of mngiiesito up to a fimne unknown before. Mnnv of the hugest and most ele gantly finislu'd buildings in the Pan ama exposition at Sat rYaneisco have floors icnde of magnesite. It is used nlso for the manufacture of carbon dioxide, ami ns a dimeter of wood prlp in the mauulncturc of pa per. Of mngnesite our lincst hearth stones aie made, and it is used, ninong many oth'-r things, as a lining basis for steel fin twice both s-urpiised and pleased to learn B0Y7ED DIRECTED PURCHASES (Continue, from Page One), MAN BURIED ALIVE. BRIDE'S HONOR AVENGED I1ATAVIA, X. Y., Nov. '2?.. t.ulgt Matron! was burled alive In tho cellar oflilH homo noar Corfu, In May, 1!U I, his body holng trampled Into a nowly ninilo gravo while ho Htlll begged for mercy, according to n tory told by his widow to District Attorney Coon hero todny. This afternoon Antonio Itnlivn, tho alleged tuurdeier, pointed out tho spot where tho crime occur red, and a body was found which Mrs. Matronl identified as that of her hus band. Uollva has confessed, the dis trict nttorney said. Uollva, who Is Mrs. Matroal's son-ln-lnw, Is serving a six months term In tho Monroe county penltontlary for a stabbing affray. Mrs. Mntronl canto here from Syrneuso to tell tho story of tho murder, whlolt sho declared bad been wltnossod by her and bor young son, Citation. Her long sllenco sho said, whs due to fear of Uollva, who had threatened a similar fato for Iter and her sou. When sho lenrned he was In prison she felt sufe to tell. Mrs. Matron! said that her husband was felled by a blow from n pick nxo handlo wielded by Uollva. Ho was knocked unconscious but revived bo. fote the gravo had been dug In tho collnr. Ho pleaded with Uollva for mercy Just bofore he was thrown Into tho idt mid trampled under tho ground, ho declared winckle fur f tr.,7."0 each, lie said he wrote letters to the captains o these vessels that super-cargoes would be placed aboard to tak. change ant' that "liberal gratuities would be paid the masters for "at tending to the Mipei cargoes' niter ets." (.'ot $7.(i,((() for lloy-Kd The next witness was dutav II. Kitluukampf, who the government charges recoied jT-'O.OOII I nan an unknown source in (Icniiauy, which was spent ui.der Captain Hoy-Kd' direction, lie leslifi"d that he wn summoned to th" of fit e of the lliiui-btirg-AutericMii line on August .i, 301 1, nud rcipicxtul by Dr. Uuen. Kottcr nnd IJnchmcUtertlo clenr the cargoes of the steamer I.oremu and Ilerwind, one of which smlcd ths same day nud the other the follow ilMf dny. "Tlte said they did not wunt th? Jlnnibuig-Aineriean line to appear in the matter," shiJ the witnt'KS. "Mud yon suit some money later?" akel .Mr. Wood. "Vos. about is"An,000. It ean.o frail) the l)eiit-elir batik of Berlin, tktoHoh Sieer Co. ot tbi etiv. A ftw dJ' Inter--rlv in SjiwMlR'r fVptNin IUv-IJl lu(d uw the iiioucv UMS for Him." Aalinv ii'iilrr ("nptniu Uoy-IUV in 6nit'tlM. Uie Willi sid b mmi $S5Q000 to the XVMi Xtioal kftMk lit Sm Kinu4 im'o mm! imu4 over $.150,000 to the North flimw4n JnA Mitf, SiMiin'.r 2L Wit. wbil i fiUli'KN'ul s'.0ni . - um1 tu Ik a "Jack, be nimble, lack, i Urn n'.A lI. VIUtV.ni, ? is Wi Jack, jump cvvr die candle jt.ck fsou Afv like Jack. you may hwx a copv v'l the. ftrt limited edition oi VOLLAND MOTHER GOOSE The met wotkWi ful edition of the vxcxld's jrcatot juvct.ilc cLutiC MIKHYMIS m), twN pff ill.trnmm, fwiWul Mfn'Juttioi of itrf faMUl (Mlfitif) liy Frc4rick IVcIuidon I'AUIti' SOCXn, Onf , Nov An explohlon wnleb is generally at- to be font, hero if required, trlbuted by officials to nltett enemies, occurred tonight In the plant of the 1 Canndlan Explosives company, Ltd.. I MEDFORD COLLEGE NOTES which occtiiIes nearly three square ' ' miles al Xobel. seven miles north of, On Thur-dnv. No ember 18, r.t the here, l'lvo one-story buildings used ; op-nieg oT the iiptuing esj.ioit, (Jraec : for the storage of cordtto which theK. Tryio" was ptenlcd wttha l;p-' company tins been manufacturing In lomn testifviitg to t!i sntilae!i r large quantities were destroyed. j completion of the. eou'tnereial eoiusc , Klftcon hundred men nro employed Mr. Vim Qlldet. wh-n proentiiig the In thu plant but so far far known diploma, iwnmner.teil upon the exl , there wa no lossof life, the employes jlcnce of .Miss Tavlor'H work. 1 1 had quit work before the explosion, showing the result, lit' care nnd thu Tlto tnagarlnes were situated a ntllo,oiiirhtiess.-Ilci' witrk in bookkeeper nnd a half from the manufacturing' was speeially good, the final grade plant and with tho exception ot tho being 00 per cent. K Howe of i'nl- Upbuilds overy pott of tho body efficiently. engnijed in ti contest to learn who will first reach the 11 class. Th'' weekly blindfold tvpwnting test resulted as follews: Qraco Tnv- prize was a handsomely hound eopv of A. Conan Movie's "T'te Sign of the Four," priittrd in ulinrtluinil. A "cw me'il-.cr of the C dictation elas' is Joint Anderson, who has 'or re'i.iit -il first, tdnce fur nnntir.iiw. that she wns one of six teachers to h: compbted the tlmoiv of shorth.ind ! on l Waller Dttntcn and Jlim Tavlor, mvimu'ii n pnxe ny tne viieug run I tie iiieiniir-, oi tuts ciks jire now in t nfpec 'or Gperd. limbing eompaiiv for best wotk done " ? , . ; in the transcribing e ntest teceell ; conducted b the Utcgg Wnter. The' Save The Ba clise the reliable HORLICKS ORIGINAL Malted Milk P4.V ,- I Cvy 411 M h w' 1 k t si:r wiviKin night watchman, who It is thought Uimorc, the ntithor of the .system, fur wns uninjured, no ono was In tho iiislud the examination questions, vicinity. j The'' test on part two of the Gregg Tho force, of the explosion was felt . writer primary certificate cxniuiun here. Uiou was held Kriilnv, I.ouie Will- Major Stotey In clturgo of tho over-jiauisoii, Jean Anderson and Vnda Al liens t'ontlngcnt In training hero, do-1 titans participating. Good work was spntched ISO men of his command done on the test, and it is confident- 1 Kodorsed by thousands of Phvtlclans. i.... ;. . .. .' i.iomcrs anu curses tne world over lot more than a quotter of a century. Convenient, no cooking nor additional mllkicqulred. Simply dlssolveln water. Agrees when other foods often fall. Sample free, HORLICK'S, Racine, Wit. No Substitute ls"JuntnsCood Mu HORLICK'S, thtt Orifilnnl SPECIALS FOR WEEK EKDINGr DEC. 4. 1915 7 baiN Oi'.r Lcartei 1 auiulry Snap . 25d I 10c cans Kippered Herring, new paek 25d (5 pkys. of Good Tea. enough to make UIO cups 25? 3 10c ("ins new paek of fine Salmon 25 G Go plcs. latches 253 AVe will give double Green Trading Stamps with all above specials with a copy of this ad with the order. WfIIIhSfFZrn l-i IsirotA.." A VvT' V-3 mx CfeM CXM! CM5$ yZ&&'lL 'SfiSB fastv i Ccv 50S y fu. M r Thanksgiving Market Basket SPECIAL THANSGIVING CASSEROLE SALE $4.00 CASSEROLES, SALE PRICE $1.79 Also H-piece Sets of Gunihoy Ware, regular v lhuw $1.50, for $3.00 Come early the quantity is limited. Watch our windows for this mile. Cime early and avoid the rush. Crater Lake Hardware Co. We give S. & II. Green 'finding Stamps. 11 You Have PEERLESS BREAD Vuv your Thank'sgiving dinner your least, will be a"' su(eess . .. 4 Alinoo. and liunpkin Pies. I'Vuit Take like your mother used to make, -10c lb. ROYAL BAKERY Torner Grape and Main. Tlllflkflll for nnotll0r yo,r r successful huslncHs In "l;ced 1 lldllK.1111 K (,o l'eoplo," all of whom wo hnvo tried to please""airtho tlmo sotno wo have some wo haven't though wo did our best. Our Thanksgiving Dinner will ho ready at il:-tf a. m. and servlco continuous till 8 p. m, OUU MH.N'U will consist ot ever thing In tho land good to eat nnd then Home. NASH GRILL J Stt5rv V llps Fish Oysters Always fresh. Also Turkeys. Pucks. Chickens, Fancy Cheese, Cranberries, Mincemeat, Celery. Medford Fish Market citoxii nc2 Wt F' I k-.JSi " Q-Q5V.4. jj Thanksgiving Specials AIIN't K l'K epiciallv made for ymir Thiinl.suiiii dinner. I'lcntv btilter rolled into ciiist and meat spiced jut livdit. Try tlicmnt . .. .....15c anil 25c Pumpkin Pie .. 15c Larue Size 25c Ci-nam Puffs, tlo .40c Fruit Cake, Hi. . . 40a nalsh Rrcatl (mntlc with "Sun Maid" Raisins, per loaf .... 10c Nurmi Baking Co. STAR THEATRE---WHERE THE CROWDS GO BRING ALL THE FAMILY V ''tf'if iv Tttt y TJf V Jt . yyj. X'' WKDNESDAY ONLY Ambrose's Fury The finuiv !ii(r man ct it Kerlmi. ('dined v. "THE STRONG MAN," a splendid twn-pnit dinmn, I..,-!, but net h.i-t, "DIAMOND FROM THE SKY," the 20th pi node. Onh four more kcc em nil. THANKSaiVINGr DAY Brother Officers A p pulnr Paramount military pie. (tic Mid one of the licxt of thewe fit moiiw proilii-iioux. Don't uiitfN it. (lohl Kooflcr Sunday. Mnrv I'ickford lloiulay. Cv ( 5 3.e: i . J Xs, Wv CooK Your THANKSGIVING DINNER on a v "2 v- ill ' V&i" id MODERN GAS RANGE and do it better and in naif the'time Oregon Gas (Sb Electric Co. Nice Lot Choice Hens Young Chickens and Turkeys S2 l'"l tli i Mimiji lee-l .. Ali Home iludu V jj MiiKiii.it, Ibil, 1' il,, ..uiib nnd eal. independent iviarKet S Sauth Central PHONE 27 '$ S ...' s. jfc if, (i , 'fr.idiii Slump-. ATVBHwmfl H 1 --rrmrn- Ice Cream You will enjoy your Thanks giving Dinner if the IceCream,Sherbets, Salted Peanuts and Favors c The Shasta Turkey Dinner Thanksgiving Day Alr5)J $ i iTJi 5 VI - l paW hoiY S. i.innl,, I Jl. I IMMl apt tflirioil- - i'i on ImiIiii ' s-' 10. MM tt Uie MntiirrAi-r.ei.'i poH citinii iirt.r.r. i.iAr." "Il n ' b ''' "" I11''' "', '" Oie ll.nitt.i. n.i ri- in line .i in Atioui '?;'t.',i'. 1 -I. .In -0 lf XzzrfZ & MEDFORD BOOK STORE!