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MDFOIID MATTJ TRTBITNTS. MFDFORD. OT?K(10V, TTTrKSnVV.
In appreciation of his work at the
exposition, II. O. Krohbach, who was
In charKO of the Jackson county ex
hibit, has recolved the following let
ter: "My dear Frehlmch: .
"Tills Is to thank you for anil con
Bmtulnto you upon the splondld auc
roiw attending your representation In
the Oregon building and exposition
imvllloiiH during tho term of the HIb
"That you have been a faithful as
sociate and attended to the rosponsl
bllltle devolving upon you, goes
without mention, but on bobalf of
tie Oregon Commission, P. P. I. E.,
ami nivHidf personally, we wish to cx
iroM our appreciation for tho splen
did wotk you have done.
Southorn Oregon has covered hor
solf with glory, nnd without your co
operHtlbn nnd tho co-operation of
alntilnr active, onorgotlc, hard work
ing men, Oregon's representation
crfnlil not hnvo been what It has been.
U Is worthy of iioto that during tho
time of tho assembling, preparation
ami maintenance of the splendid ex
hibit In yortr charge, thoro has not
botin-n Single note of discord between
youriudf and tho Orogon Commission
or the writer. In fact It has blend
ed w) l.rrfeetly into tho schomo of
thltiK that It Is Incumbent upon mo
eoiiKratulnto both yourself nnd
Commission upon tho opportunity
have had of working togcthor.
"In eloslng let mo sny that Iloguo
river pours and fruit In gonernl have
h wider acquaintance throughout the
world than it had before this display,
or would have gotton In nny other ton
tnenmires of time without your rep
resentation nnd time hore. A special
(jfoiiNlili'iatlon that Is due from your
djMtrlct and county Is that you have
i. no time heun remiss In tho ful
fillment of the obligations resting
njion ou or fulled to take ndvantago
of over) opportunity to promote the
wlfnre of your community. Your
wirk In gaining recognition for your
djstrld ks a sconle and health route.
As well as otir recognition here as
ii-iro omnr of fiults, etc., being note
Wjtrthv. "With every kindly wish for your
future pioiperlty, wo beg to remain,
".ORKHOX COMMISSION P. P. I. K.
"Ily Oeo. M. Hylnud,
FEZES 10 DEATH
SKH KAU.K, K. I")., Jim. 1.1.
Tit irt.-three degrees below yeio wan
the ifiiiiM-nituro ol'lieiftlly worded
little lat night, the eoltleat for sev
eral yenr. Hoheit .Titeolmon, n fur
liter liuniur neiir Snlem, wiih found
tinid in lu-. Iiiikl'.v, and n companion,
lindly liw.i'ii, was found on the
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SKOVGAARD AND NEW YORK
AI NAT FRIDAY
This eminent artist needs no intro-'
duet ion. to the Americnu public, 11. s
nnme i n wl'll known lodn .i i 0
Hull's nnd ItemenyiV. In the past
nine years lie linn filled inun tn.ri
1150 enpnucnicnts from eons' l.i co.iht
with iiiipnrnliolen smeeeai.
At the nge of 14, with lite recogni
tion of real talent, which so oonMiint
y distinguishes the muster. Joseph
Joachim, the kitiff of violinist ., took
liiul ns n pupil nnd lie deltnitely en
torcd on his career ns n uolin ur
tuoso. In 1801 ho played before the
late Kill); Christian of Denmntk. nt
another time before the lnte King Oi
ear of Sweden, and ngnin for Haakon,
the present king of Xorwny. He nl o
won the attention of Knipemr Wil
holm of Oennnny ,in 100'J, when ho
npiienred ns soloist nt the openinjr of
tho lloynl Ilerlin Acndemy oi Muiir,
with the result that twice the em
peror, through Joseph Joaehim, had
him invited to play nt priwtto con
certs in the ltnynl I'nlnce in Ilcrlin.
Skovgnnrd plnys with brum nnd
will nnd brings emotional intensity
under their full control. As a result
his work grows nnd lasts. It appeals
to the real artist as well ns to the
In presenting Skovgnard, the Dan
ish violinist nnd the New York Metro
politan company to the eoneert-go-inj
public of this eity, wo feel con
fident that we nre offering n most
nttrnctive nnd rcmnrkablo attraction
of great variety. It is n combination
of grand opera singer nnd concert
performers, each one beinji u stnr ami
well known to the public. They will
not only sing tho arias nnd operatic,
duets with which they hnvo won their
fame, but when you have heard Molly
Hycrly Wilson sing "0 Dry Those
Tenrs" you know there is more
than one Schumann-Heinle in exist
ence. Florence HawkiiiH binllikc
voice will enchant you, Clarn Kreu
lei's marveloiiHly true nnd litininn in
terpretation of the beautiful Swiss
folk songs will captivate you and
Francis ("owlet f Yes, he will
sing "Danny Deevi'ij." SUSgnnid
will, with his $f0,00l) hand on his
f i:i,000 violin, carry von back lo the
days of Olc Hull; and the pinnist,
Alice MeC'Inng, will ehann you, not
only through Iter splendid accompan
iments but when she pla.xs I.iszt, on
enniiot fail to recognise that ou nro
lisleiting to one o the most brilliiuit
pianihts of toditv.
IS APPEAL OF SELLS
WASHINGTON'. Jan. 13. In an
appeal "nave tho Indian habbw" sent
out today to every omployo of tho
United Statos Indian service, Cato
Sells, commissioner for Indian affairs
cited statistics to show that approx
imately three-fifths or tho Indian In
fants die before the ago of five yoarn.
The commissioner urged the elimina
tion of what he called the "Intoler
able" (ondltloiiB that Infest some In
dian homes nnd extension of the tsl
ucatlonal propaganda against disease.
Theatrical records for all tlmo
wre broken whon the Lasky Para
mount picture "Carmen," tlh Ger
nldliie Farrar as tho star, opened at
the Strand thoatro In New York to
n totul one-day's attendance, of 2t,
II 1. So great was the attendance
that the management opened the
doors at 10:30 In the morning. When
UiU did not prove sufficient a special
midnight performance- was given
.Still the crowds were greater than
the hugs house could accommodate
Acclaimed by press and public as a
motion picture star, not because of
hor fume as an opera singer, but be
cana of uor ability as a screen placr
(IsraldlHe Farrar's popularity will In
erun?. Thousands will want to see
kw In "Csrraen" and will alw Invade
Paramount ttiMUro to her in
Tumpwtlon" and "Maria nosa" In
which -cue alao appear! before the
WMhu ptetHr oitwtra.
At the Star today and tonight only.
srcvm.K. Jan l.l .iHiues Paint
er, a KtUlier connected with the turn
nilsvari department at Fort I.uton.
w.is arienteil last night as the owner
of a stock of Illinois vUw in a room
on West Virginia street, where he
aHo was raptured Nearly 300 phials
of liquor extract, together with many
pint hottles of whiskey and beer, were
found The liquor extraot Is for mix
ing with water nnd alcohol.
Palmer, who Is confined In the
tlty jail, says he Is on furlough.
A Rainy Day Need
Not Be Dull
Cheer up! Get to work
in a Fibii Uram
Strong, easy fitting,
light, and water
Rtfltx Kdgtt stop
water from run
ning in at the front
BUch. Yellow or 0i ve-kbU ,,.
PfUortor JUt. 7 renti -(JWE5
&JtuHtwu CumnUfl J . itfii i f
HHR I fafBB
1 BHaiB' I
1 IBflk? "BftmKSmi '
mil .,'." ruse
DEFEAT REBELS IN
LONDON', .Inn. 13. Mnny Chinese
rcMliitioiiitH wero killed and enp
tan d in n series of bloody enpttjie
mi 11N .lanuury 0, 7 nnd 8 in the riin
trut of Tninsui, 1'otonpn, YonlHitwo
. aid 1'nklo, necnnllnpj to iufonnntion
received from the Clinton poverninont
h the llritinh mithnritics nt Hour
Koim nnd forwarded by Mentor's
Hi. up; Konjy correspondent.
The Honif Koiii dispatch snyi that
(tlto rebels were well mipplied with
. nnm, ammunition nnd military uni
form-. Thoy fotight until their nm
munition was exhausted, when they
continued to atrue;i;lc with bombs.
1 Itiinntcly tho revolutionistrt wero
routed, nnd mnny of them, including
1 nine of the lenders, killed or tnken
priHoner. The government forces
nl.'io capjiircd niiiiiitiuiis and liorsc.
The Miuoiis fjnrnionfi nre cnunRcd in
follow Hi" traces left bv the rehelji.
nun ecaH'ii, wiih iiic uujcui OI CX
LONDON, Jan. 13 The Greek rov-
rnment, says a dlsputch from Athens,
AI the it Fuil.., Jnnimiv U. nt 1,nB protested oBalnst the occupation
S i). in. Siats o-i sale nt I I.tskin'is ! of 1'0 '"'"xJ of Corfu, by the entente
or nl the Nut in the evening. Ad
miHsion .)0 cciiIh, ineludinif lescrved
allies. It is believed lu Athons that
the arrest of Austrian nnd German
consuls at Corfu Is certnln to follow.
The correspondent tolcfirapha that
Abo Johnson, of the Ashland ills- llrltlnh nnd French ships have landed
trlct, Is trnncactliiR business In the In Albania food supplies for ir.0,000
volley metropolis today. I Serbians.
Annual Meeting 'Christian Church Tonight
A splendid program has been ar-lt Is hoped that ovory one who pos-
ranged, annual reports prepared and
everything Is In readiness for the an
nual meeting of the ChrlHtlun church
at the church tonlidit beginning
prompt! at 7:3" This meeting Is
for members and their families and
aibly can will attend. You want to
know tho condition of your business
each year, or your lodao or club and
ou should bo particularly Interested
In knowing tho condition of your
church nnd help Improve conditions
by jour attendance and assistance
FOR BRONCHITIS, SEVERE COUGHS
COLDS AND WHOOPING COUGH
Make the I test .Medicine at Home. 1'JN Traspootisful for RO fVn(n
Money spent for the old stylo, ; cold, bronchial asthma,
ready-made medicine usually sold In I croup, hoarseness and
botttliHi holding only 2 to 2 1-S oz.
(IS to 20 teaspoonsftil) la largely
waatftd, because most of them are
composed principally or sugar and
water. Yet you alive to pay the aamo
price as If It were all medlclu. Stop
wasting thia money. You can make
a hotter remedy for bronchial affec
tions, at home at one-fifth the coat.
cough. One bottle will mnku enough
medicine to probably last tho whole
fnnillly the entire wlntor. Children
llko It, It Is so pleasant to take It is
unllko any other medicine, and posi
tively contains no chloroform, opium,
morphine or other nnreotlcs, as do
most coiikIi mixtures. Kcop It on
hand in case of emergency ami stop
Mttrely go to th Bedford Pharmacy , each cought before it gttU a firm hold.
and aak for 2 ounces (.ue worth) of
Siblffinanii's New Concentrated tSx
pettorant. which they guarantee will
kIvh perfect satisfaction or money
will b refunded. Mix this with one
pint of granulated sugar and one-half
pint of bolting water, which makes
a full pint (128 teaspaoonsf ul. ) Thia
new, simple, pleasant remedy is guar
anteed to relieve the worst cough or
The above druggists, In fact any
druggist, lu this nlty will le
tum the money (Just the same ns
is done with kliiffmunu's famous
Asthmador) In every single ease
where It duos not give purfeet satis
faction or la not found the boat rem
Wf over used. Absolutely no risk
Is run In buying this romody under
this positive Kuaranteoo.
Greatest Suit Sale in the
History of Medford
Values to $47.50
Others $6.50, $9.75 and $1 1 .25
t SM$t4 M$M $ $? $MI
FINAL WIND-UP OF THE
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
TWO DAYS MORE
All "Woolen Dress Goods reduced during this Jnnunry C'learnneo Sale.
All Royal Society finished pfeces, sold regular $1.00 to $8, at just ONE-HALF
All Silk Dresses, either street tfrbartv vrenr. at ONE-FOURTH LESS.
& One lot of Orepe dn Chines, Hold" regular at $1.50, .'January Clearance Q Q
price j jj
All Jewelry, Hand Bags and Parisian Ivory at ONE-FOURTH LESS.
Chiffon Clotlf, hoth figures or plain, regular $1. 'Jo and $1.00 quality, TQ
All "Woolen Underwear reduced ONE-FOURTH during this Jaiuiar'v Clearance
Sale. ' "
Great big Cotton Uatt, 3-pound roll, readv for use, & B
at .'. :.:..,
All Keinnants at just ONE-HALF during this January QlGafattS&le
Any Suit or Coat in the store, worth upto $10.00, imSffi&fc'iL
1IL !.:..? a . w
y One lot of Silk Poplins, sold regular at $1,2JJ.. ii0CI$ Wi mQCk
flow -;:...;.;v...:.v;....;: oyc
.ivifc. iUL ui a i.ii.iiii.n. iJitiui.1 i-r-i."i iiu ill' kj uiiiiir.in.ti.i ;iw i i n 111 ..ur. - m
HOW .. .Mrt....;!).. .... . it..ni.t..t. ,ir,.u &fit. jf j
Neat Organdie and Lawn (Obllnrsr tliGM-cgular 20c and 00c 1 C nnA -1Cn
grade, at n I"m11U .1 7l L,. .
'Any AVoole.n Dress Skirt at ONE-FOURTH LESS dm;
ance Sale. 4
All Fura and Feather Boas at just ONE-HALF REGUL
.One lot of Fur Bandings, black, brown and gray, 1 incs
wide, at .'. '. '
All Suits and Coats, worth $10.00 to $110.00, January C)
Heavy Coating, sold regular at $3.50, suitable for wiutt
trnl. Medford, Oro.
POllTEIl J. NUFP. WM. P. MBALBT
Attorucys-nt'Lnw, ltooms 8 rvna
D, Bedford Katlon.il IJahk bldg.
A. K. RHAMC8, LAWYEIt OarnotU
0. .M. HOncnTS Lawyer.
Medford National Dank Building.
Dr. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. C. C. VAN SCOYOO
THE MAY CO.
II . V D
1-&S.. ft 1
We iiiniount'e t h e
iifjrney for tho nhove
well-known brand of
henvy footwear, nuit
hlilo for nil kimlH of
niitilnnr enr in wet
weather for work or
Hjioit they htitud the
All heights from a G
Inch top to 16 Inches,
made on lasts that act
"MADE ON THE
FOR SUPERIOR QUALITY
There Is nono that equals
CENTRAL POINT PACKING CO.
ROGUE RIVER HAMS, RACON and LARD (Acorn Brand)
OUR PRODUCTS ARK ON SALE AT
MIUU'OUD: Independent Market, Hchlofrelln's, Mnrsh A Dennett,
Jonen Cash (Jrocery, Hutchison & Luiiisdeu, Ilrownlen Grocery Co,,
CRNTRAIj l'OINT: C. P. Moat Markot, Cranfll &. Roblnott, Fahor &
TAI.I5.Vrs Tulent Meat Market, Talent More. Co., Vuudoralula &
InsUt in lionin iriliict;. liiHictin ittvlt'sl (it nur Jilant.
More Limited Trains
San Francisco Chicago
than nny other tranNContinontnl route.
From point in Western nnd Southern Orogon tlio log
leal wuy to go eust is uu Sau Prnnuifceo or Sneru
rnento nnd Ofden. The time is fast, tho unntioatiotiH
good for nil eastern cut ion. Dining ennf, ohserrntiun
onta, alninlaid and touriot bleeping uarw. Kqutpmont
to fit tho pui-bo of every trnu-ler.
Overland Limited Train de Luxe
i3l San Francisco Limited
Our loeal ngent will he pleased
to answer any quertiotiH
Southern Pacific Union Pacific
John M. Swtttt, Oonral I'aangflr Agent,
Try it toilny, Kvcrj pound sold with
a Riinrnutco everywhere. Milk,
cream, buttermilk, cottnRo f hcese,
Ipo Crenm, linked Qooda.
at THE DAIRY
Phono -181 fl'J'J K. Main I
Wo uivo S. & II. Green
of AU KUida
208 Bast rnin Street,
Tho Only Exclusive
hi Southorn Orogon
Negatives Made any timt) gr
plauo by appointmont.
E. D. WESTON, Prop.