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AfTDFonn matt, Tnninxrc. vrnponn, oim:oon, vi;fii:sv. muvus' 2. v.m
Tin- MedjnirtU torn in tke Firt
ward Hwikw eontnMreray renewed
their MtHrfc on the allnsjod lnroUr
itw in oAHtlwriiRff the oteetinti on
.lanunrv 11 in that ward, at the
Tnendav evening inretinjr of tho
i-miitiMl. nreNontimr nrnolitttlU tlic
name nrcoinf-nt on precisely tin' aanit;
tMiin nil that oil which tlio former
(orniplnlnt wan filed. No fraud wan
cftnruwl, lint two ommoilnicn worn nl
leered to bo foreigner. Desultory
iliHcimninn followed, there hoinr na
ninny opinions nn to whit should be
done a thete wort' hpenkors on wlinf
ban nlroady been Wtie.
Dr. Jeno wnn thu first njienker to
propone anything, after tho protest
hud been tidied nil for ncllon. He
anniented th'X "wo Imvo lliinffH kind
of muddled up on tliin proportion
nnd Monv'thinn; oiiRlit to hn dune to
ntntighton them out." Jtut neither lie
nor nny othor councilman hefcined
nhln to nuggitnt, nffliitnd, tvlmt onumu
Sn XolutlUn I'rcM-ntcd
"I think vto'A belter tnko time to
make tin inventiwilion," mod Mayor
Eineriek, "bt'foro wo attempt to do
niMiliinir else." Hut no ono proponed
k method of invcntigtinli.
Finn II v Councilman Mann tnorcd
that tho prntent ho laid on tho tulilo
indelintfHy; but won that nbnipt
manner of dinpositiR of tho "vexed
iietion" f idled to elicit u hocoiiiI.
Former Councilmnn Medytmki, bc
inif prenenl, wan nuked to explain
what unit monnt in hi coinmnuien
tion in Hh allusion to riieinbont oj
the ('(Piineil wlio were not tdljjiblo to
public, office hy rctinon of their not
bavins; reeeivnd their final citizen
.ship papur. Mr. Mcdynnln dulivered
n lirief speech, soinouhnt dramat
ically, finally landing on Couueilineii
Mimii and llurpruvo and nnldni? them
to produce their full citizotiHliip pa
pern. ICiieh elaimed to pohkokh tlain,
hut declined to yield to what Dr.
Ilarirraxc culled a "whim" to thu ex
tent of proMintinn them for public
"I hiii not here," until Mr. Modynskl
"na n former member of thin body or
ug n defimtud onndldnto, but n an
Ainorlcnii citizen In defonao ot tho
sanctity of tho American ballot for
wbloli I would spend every 'dollnr I
poMOM and i;lvo every drop of my
blood to defend. Tho law In plain.
Nnturnliiod rltuenn iniiut present
tliulr papers, but not one of twenty
naturnllzod cltlzons in Mod ford p Te
nanted thulrs at tho Inst reKlHtratlon.
The namo must bo prosuntod In full,
John Paul Joiioh, not J. I'. Jonos nor
J. I'aul Jonos. Seventy per cent of
tho namon wero not so Inscribed."
Porter .1. Norf nnd 1. K. Wyneoop
nddred the counoll from tho "tfttl
lery," oneli diiusiiiB to bin opinion
runnrdinic tho writing out of tho mid
dle uriho in opp idtiou to Unit of the
Flimlly tho counoi! iwiHued. to the
om iofiintionnl routine huninei of
reeeivinx and aeeuptinjr annual and
monthly reportH from oity gffiqinlh,
miditinif liilln, etc.
Then the crowd hogan to letivo.
The Modynnki epmplaint vtHid hh
To the Honorable Mayor Mild City
Counell of the City of Mutlfonl.
Oeutlvuieu,- We the umWHigaisI ie
nHM'tfully ohII your nttmliH to the
rwently OHUPted retrixtrHtion Imw.
nnd quHlifientionH of Vetem. which
wn pihmh1 nnd udoptud by Uie )hm)
jile of the State 'of OrecOH, cud be
came effective un nnd nfter May 12J
11)1.1, a copy of which W wade H part
ol thit iliH'iunvHt mid i heielo at
tnclieU nnl deiiitiMl eliilnt
AImi u brief outlin at thr law
Ueudi-.! "INSTKITTIOKS TO KKCJ.
ISTItAItK"; which in nine hi.vto at
tNcbed to and make a part of thin
dociiintut uad devunated an txblbit
Nuw wr eKci,illY eall your attm
ttoa to MiragAi)iiii l-S-0 uuj 10 i
(Jwrrinjr to ipinlificntieok .-t Oterw on
exhibit "It" nUo MiruKrai'lm 1 to
iiielunive, rtK rtlittir tKitunuuivl Citi
80jw on exhibit "D" aud lviuet that
tliMO pamprudiH bo read b,'t'or your
huHombl boly u a trt of thu doc
Now. wo have every rea.vi to bi
lieve and we lute the pontine proof
that tliia law which i& Mftrrml (a
above, hna hewi violated ot bulb re
cent City Rltctionn, aud by the lant
Vtvwtration board, niMl bv tbe pe
oiitl rettutratioii Uoanl ou nid Kleod
lion Day, aud we nlo f'nd b v
njmuuiir the ivj;Mniiiiii .1-1 that nt
Joit Ut) Wr eeiil ot the i lector
Jl'ltlUOh are to be loiin.l mil. iw lulls
8SP'' 'Hl -we jUi Iuhk Mi-itl.'
proof that there are )kh).L', ret.idei"g
of Uiii Cits, who ii'iji-icied after thi
law went n to c 1 1 t , .iud who f a
(It till" last 'K'tiiMi, Who Wile lit t i
ly maSfto f p'mpi wWi th strict'
prm btifwta t fa in; am tb-v rc
not reqttiml In eumrfr trtth nni lt
Minnr rmwuniHrn mmr. we in
iMionimi b itrtMtnly m ippn rio'n.
tin of IhU law.
We hp fwrtfcer raaaon to belief
that pertain meinbr of V'r honor
ihle body nn of foreign Birth. mf '
thai they bate ratal at, thl lal "lee
tion, and that they aW did not pooi
ply with the ntrtet prov4nio)i of 'hH
net; and that tboj are now hoMint
of flee without beiiMC Hajciblr to d
under naid taw; and we n ritien of
Ainerlen and aa expreininx the nylit
that In granted to na, roquet that tor
honorable Mayor irabu that corn
member of your lionorable bodv whe
i of PoreiaH llirth "xhibit hif.
"FINAL PAPKIIS an reouirnl by
law, thnn nhowinK hi elbjibility U
vote nt thin lant eloetion, nnd to hohl
hi neat in thin ConnriU ami wp fur
ther nak tho honorable Mayor to in
ntMto nu fiivpntidiUlou iru i i: .'on
iiiir t of theno roplntratkin iknrli an
to their apparent violation of thin
Wp further rwtpoet fully mk that
thin inviwtintlon he made nt once,
in order to clearly etahlinh wheroin
thin law ban been violated and by
whom. And we further ask Hint all
vote-,?' ciint nt thin lnt plwtion by
pomoim of Fori'ijsit Mirth who wero
not rnqulrod to, nnd who did not earn
ply with thin lnw, be held "in rpipMiou
na to tho legality of natno, oh nip to
the ntriet provisionn of thin law,
which certainly him been mont open
ly and flti(tnintly violnteil.
Mr .Nfnyur and flpntlemen of the
Council we now mont enmcxth r
ipient that you live thin matter your
immediate attention, and prompt ac
tion, an tho lugnhty and Miineily of
our ballot in the highon! priviledge
accorded nn Ainoriean Citixcn.
Kenpept fully nuhmitted bv Cew
inilty reprenentiiiK over One Hundred
of Medio id n best eitiipun.
Kail II. Pchl.
P. K. Hnllpv.
BEING DEVELOPED OF PRECIPITATION
BY LARGE FORCE
GREAI PHOTO PLAY W 10 COMBAT
10 BE PRODUCED APPLE SCAB TOLD
AT PAGE TONIGHT. BY PATHOLOGIST
SUGAR BEET SEED
The follow me tclcftnun
"Salt Uko City, Ctnh, .Inn. 31, 1010.
"P. H. Itmmwcll, niiKrinteudent
Oronon-L'tnh Siifar Co,, Oraiitn Pann,
"It alinont iioM)nille nt thi
time to bny minar Iwet need at iu
priee and deliveiiea are not yiianni
teed. The eouimny han neenred
cnoiijsh need for thu grower' eon
traeln that it ban heretofore accepted.
Pnrtica who denire to inprenne the'.i
ai'reepe or new jtartien who want to
urow beets miiNt iun up their aeiv
ago immediately u tliHt i-cel can Ik
provided. Plenne nilvijte un iiinee
diutely of nny new need require
ment. You iniikt reMTVe riicht for
ooinpany up lo Mnreh. 2 to cancel all
new contract luken after Pebruurx
1, 1010, and you and Storev mui
e.xereioo cure to innort nueh proxi
iona in any new eontmels. Publish
thin in Med ford aud Omul Pes pa
pers. "Oiu:ao..iTAii xroAK to.
"I- Cleo. li. Saudern, mnni;ei."
"ShII Uke City, I'tab, Jan. :il. HUi
"P. S. Itramwetl, nuH-iinteiidvni
Orofon-l'lah Sugar Co., OriuiN Pas-.
"When you i(in up any new heel
eoatruci on the reuulur form atti-r
todav cbuuue the lat iwraruph
wbieh ivnervwl the ritrtit to the com
pany to cancel up to February I to
lead Mulch 2, lhi car, uud hend
eop of bolli m Iclemniiis to S(oie.
(li:ol(li: 1 SVNDKltS '
i ii i ,
COASTFR TO ESCAPE
Howard Frame, ton of Mi nnd
"Mm. llemy W. frame, of thU Uh-
trlrt, who wan to severe!) Injured in
a eoattlng aecWeat lent Saturday tk
reported improviai nllghtly. The
dinger from Wood nolaoning npuearn
to have luuseil. Howard, Mho 1
nbout 1 yenn old, la nlill at the home
Hit A g. Kurry. where he wan taken
Immediately after tbe accident, lie
cannot be safety moved yet. Mr
Crame it nurelug him.
There Here U on the coantcr when
tbe boyt loet eonirol of the rig. It
nuddealy left the beaten track aiPl
iplutiged at frightful velocity into a
pile of Urge, sharp roekt. Qloward
ntruck tbe pile with great tolence,
the eharp edgea of the rockn cutting
htm badly and hrulatng one klduey
.edoutly. Tbe iat of that injury
linn not vf toeen d tcrniUied.
Thta In the first serious accident
'among the hundreds of coulern in
this iriuit iluruiK ifft '.i.-.l i riil '
A proenie tnnt tbe preneat neanon
will witnenn retewed netivlty in the
mining dintrietn ad lament to Medford
la evMeweed by tbe repent reanmp
Hon of opemtioon at tbe Norlluej
mine, loeoted four miles went of
jariaonvuie ana owned by dote from September 1 . 7.Wcben,
Pnrlien and annoeialen of Medford. I ngninnt an nvomgo of 1 1. 70, a neon
Jnat before the flrat of tbe wsr1 "hortage of 0.6. or IB per pen:,
(loorge S. lowling, an efperieneed Tho wldoat dny In January wnn on
mlno operator of eastern Oregon and . lho l9th whn th- rcury went
Idaho, took pbargo of tbe projwrty ,,own to l2-6 w,,ll rr' 1Jr BUl
nnd ban ninpe had a crew of twelve i1,'re tBt tbermgmotar reached free.
January wan on nrunlly dry Pf9m xw Yofk ,o porU(na lh
ITw 'TtTnl JSC iZBaivi,M,,B -'" ". tat.
gloomy month, , hl a M m.mth. w.lh D w (Mmh ..,npT9m9 ,cWwg.
a m.n( 'MA an agan an average I mml w,eh wM b(1 ,t , v
mean ..,.-.. . thoator today and tomorrow only,
Prrrip, ation totally 1.H When 1g pnM,ueer 0rUflth( Mr Vt
yX1 V,nW f'; Jnnnary of Rfe(l(er thgH h ..Urth of a NjU-n
i .... in.- iuuii nvBBtinni minimi 10
men 4ngnged in extrneting ore nnd
extending the main tunnel, which in
being run on tho. lead, and thin force
will be increased an rnpidlv an atop
ing ground in opened. Fifty ton of
ore are now on thu dump nnd about
100 toiin are blocked .out.
Treated at Opp .Mine
The ore will be treated at the Opp
mill, near by, by amalgamation and
concentration, by which method
The roport in detail follows
Max. Mtn. Italit" Snow
entire pontentn of preeion metaU
will be naved, the nubntnnlinl valnoa
holug in gold, shlpmentn of the first
elnnn otvn to snieltom having given
returun of 50 per ton net in gold ,
and ailver, i,-,
Tegmn are now on the ground and i ja
the hauling of ore will begin nn noon
aa the fMda nettle n little.
Over 800 feet of devclojwient work
han been done on the mine, the main
tunnel extending; on the lend 'a dis
tance of over 400 feet d inclosing an
ore body of great iaOnrily.
i Cwm) .Monthly IVjhiII
The prenent payroll in quite 1000
n month, which shw the financial
iiniMjituiiPP of nn nctivp mining din
triet tiihutnry to Metlford.
The ownem of the mine, an well nn
Mr. Dow line who in giving substan
tial eiidence of bin faith in the prop
el ty, are confident that n run of it
couple of hundred ton of ore, taken
in iiihm from the mine, will demon
strate that it enrricM nuffieieut val
ues to inmire its indefinite nMnition
on a large ncale nt great profit.
I. U. Anlmer, of Croncent City.
California, In looking about thin val
ley -Oils week. He may conclude to
.... Pt. Cldy.
.7 It. Cldy."
. . I't. Cldy,
.... Cloudy i
.... i't: cidy,
. .. Cloudy
17 4 It
Moan 3 1.8
Maximum, !3d 84
Minimum, 19th 12.6
(irrtfttcntt ilnlty rnngo ft 3 1
Total precipitation : .l.99 in.
Total snowfall C.G In.
Clears 1; partly cloully 3;aibUdy 28.
C. C. CATK,
County Patbologint ('ate and Hor
tienUnml ComrabMlonpr Allen will
meet with the fruitgrower and
farmer of the Anhlnud district nt
Ashland Saturday afternoon for n
dinensnion of erehard condition and
farm lnattorn generally. What to do
with the fruit petn and when to do
it will bo the important xpeeinlty for
dineunninn, and enr atwl apple neab
will be niigled out for H)eeial treat
ment. Patbologint Cnte hns numer
oun eseellont slides nhowing the birth
and dowlopmcnt of the scab. Thin
exhibition in stereoptieon views sim
plifies the nubjeet no all may under
At tho meeting in this eitv Satur
day Mr. Cnlc lined these views to
bltow the life hintory of the scab
fiingii", modes of rowth, of natural
and artificial inoculation, time re
quired for vnrioun iwriods of growth,
poriodn of inoeulntioii, etc. ..
When itn life hintory in known, ex
plained Jr. Cato in a very interest
ing addresn, intelligent applications
of spray may he made and results in
its control obtained. The habits of
itn growth with regard to moisture
relations are important. The abso
lute necessity of timely Application of
npmv, "thoronesh" in the application
other wonder picture, The Ulrth of L1 !' lrollt'- "Py mixturon nro all
a Nation.' - shown.
. I Jn immediate conjunction with that
NORTHWEST IN ARCTIC GRASpl7T llie l'0"',i,io or '"'"R0 "f""'1
uuvi'iupmciu oi irees mill un uireri
It ban all the stars In that pteturo,
with lllancho Sweet, In addition. Crit
ics say that Honry Walthall do on
greater work than at nny other tlmo
In this plcturlzatton of itdgar Alton
Poo's "Tlio Tolltale Heart" and "An
Hore aro so mo of tho criticisms on
ltaltlmore Sun: Tho avorago per
son will hesitate nt Iii'li $1.60 to
Isee a motion picture, but If pnekod
'. i .. .
. " i iiuiiBus nnu I'luiiiiniimiii nro nny cr-
' Itorlon, n.iUlnioro consldorn tho great
Orlffltlt picture, "Avenlng Conscience'
well worth tho monoy.
ChlcaRo Trlhune: Seo 'Avonglng
Consoionco' nnd you sco David Grif
fith's chef d'oouvre, his Ilnost Ills
p!,Cljr Inst hl host and you will ngrco
,,, M y with Orlffltli that It Is greater than
..' 2 . ' i liiet 'Illrth of n Nation.'
New York Werld: 'Avenging Con
science' Is the host film production
ever at the Strand. It Is turning
away thousands. It Is a far more
wonderful picture than . Ctrlfflth'n
FOR SICK WOMEN
The Woman's Medicine Has
Proved Its Worth.
When Lydla E. Pinkhnm's remedies
were first Introduced, their curative
powers were doubted nnd had to bo
proved. But the proof camo, nnd grad
ually tho use of them spread over tho
wholo country. Now that hundreds of
thousands of women hava experienced
the most bcnoHcinl efTect i from tho uso
of thoso medicines, their vnluo has be
come fjonernlly recognized, nnd L"dlt
E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound la
the standard medicine for women.
The following letter is only ono of
tho thousands on filo in tho Pinkhatn
office, nt Lynn, Mass.. proving that
' Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Com-
pound is nn nrucie oi greui inurii. us
shown by tho results it produces.
Annmosa.Iown. "When I began tak
ing Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Com
pound I suffered with a displacement,
and my system was in ft general run
down condition. I would hnve tho head
ache for a week nnd my bnck would
ache so bnd when I would bend down I
could hardly straighten up. My sister
was sick In bed for two months nnd
doctored, but did not get uny relief.
Sho saw nn advertisement of yourmed
cine and tried it and got better. She
told ma what it had uono for her, and
when I had tnken only two bottles of
Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Com
pound my hend begnn to feel better. I
continued its uso nnd now I don't havo
any of thoso troubles." - Mrs. L. J.
Hannan, It.F.D, , AnnmonH, Iowa.
(Continued rtom pngo one)
nnnwfnll dim air a winter neanou had
Cloudy , UH!n .ms8(1( J1n,i ton Inches htm fullen
uouti) ,jn00 t,t tum(
.3 I't. Cldy.
The wenthor bureau
nromixes no leliof from snow nor
from the temperature, which has
mimed froth zeio to 10 above for th.
lust week. It ban anoned for seventy-two
hours without a hronk.
A certain llrltlfh statonman wns
npeaklng to n lnrpo audience In tho
North of Knglttnd, In nn endeavor to
raise reorulta. Suddenly ho splod a
tall outh In the rear.
'Mow Is It?" cried the speaker,
"that yon are not nt the front?"
'I Kin hoar Just as well bnck here,"
answered tho yokel.
relation or bearing to time of spray
Viewn are Known of the proper
ntnge of development of bud for the
Pathologist Cnte gave gnneral rec
ommendations, hrieilv us follows, in
tlio uso of ).pmys: I'so lime-sulfur,
dormant strength, when tips of
leaves hetrin to show; umi limo-Milfur,
diluted 1 to U, when blossom buds
separate in clusters and petals show
pink, Third applicatien: Lime-sul-fur,
1 to :i,r, ursonato of load, 'J to
.i0 gnllous of diluted solution of lime
sulfur in calyx. Follow this with
the name application ten days to two
Why .Smoke lilt Cigars
Whon I. a Gondas aro only 10c.
of All Kinds
DRINK HOT TEA
FOR A BAD COLD
-... .... .- 1
Watch your step!
IY eevy lo chaiisT the ftKp
and celer of unfcUMe brands
to Imital tltt Trine Albert
tl Jy red mtbutit import t6j
to imitate tl flavor tl I'rinca
Albert tobacco Thup&UuUd
tv protecU Ut I
m, Wft-rssak &
mill AvUvvkfWM0 5sfr mmw
F . ' BKira ?. f k
Wr iWfA uA4r ii'afr tot that p j Q
got the goods
when you put your fist on a supply
of Prince Albert pipe tobacco and
makin's cigarette tobacco that is so
top-notch-joy'us you'd almost rather
smoke than eatl
P. A. will put you into action with a
jimmy pipe quicker than you can say
jack robinson. Yes, sir, just as speed-o
as you read this, dig that old pipe out
of the chimney hole,
and get it on the
Prince Albert is mad by
a patented process
. V that makes smok-
LJri ing a joy. P. A.
: . -
cannot ate ycur
tongue car pan:h
your throat I
tf iAmm (! ! . A- in
Mw pamnJ mJ halt ikmwJ Shi niiniWin J
and ikat tar paamJ (-fcldf-tf Am humi
tff ytith 0sf meitftfMtr tot thai Ap
the national j&y smok&
meets nil Pastes Qnd will prove out better to
j'our desires than the kindest tribute can
express. We tell you it will hit your fondest
pipe or cigarette wants in flavor, aroma,
coolness and genuine satisfaction.
You teat-out what we say. It will cost you
only 5c or 10c, Take this friendly lir of
talk in the spirit it is passed along. For
you'll cBh in a whole lot of enjoyment I
R. J. REYNOLDS TCfeACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Get a small puckngo of Hnmlmrg
llrmat Ten, or a tlio (lernmii folki
mil it'Iliimliurer limit Thee," at any
plinrm.iey. Take n tiililenioon(iil of tlio
ten, lut a cup of hoilln wntrr upon
It, pour through n sieve and drink a
ti-nciip full at any tlmo during tho
day er Wore retiring. It U t)ii mutt
effective way to brmk a enltl nnd euro
grip, ni it opt-iiH tlio pores ot tlic skin,
relieving ronj,'i'tlon. Alw loosen tlm
bowclit, thus tl riving n cold from tlio
Try it tlie nrxt time you suffer from
a cold or the :rip. It Is inexpensive
nnd entirely vepi'table, tliercfore safe
Bub Fain and Stilfneu away with
a small bottle of old honest
St. Jacobs Oil
Vlien your back Is sore nnd lamo
or luniliftK0. eiatu-u or rlieumatUm lias
you stiffeiii'd up, don't suffer I Oct a
'23 cent tattle of old, lionest "St.
Jacobs Oil" at any druf store, pour a
little in your bund and rub It right
into tlie (Klin or ache, nnd by tho tlmo
you i-ount fifty, tbe soreness and lame
ness is gone.
Don't stay crippled I This soothlne,
penetrutins oil iieils to lie uud only
oner. It takes the nelie and pain right
nut of your bark and end the mUery.
It is man leal, yet absolutely harmloM
and con't burn the skin.
Xetkin eli MnM lumbaRe, Mtatina
awl Ihiik' lunk inlcrv so promptly I
208 East Main Street,
Tho Onl? Exclusive
in SMithom Osrcgon
Negatives Mndo ;cny time or
place by appointment.
E. D. WESTON, Prop.
teitrjlly lK,ut ttkl, u4, tt4 tb,,tl,.
. uuku. try rMis itk prmlt Ulh.
1 HO SUW OUTSIDE ROOMS
Sms Sttry Kttl ui cixrtli BuHiir.
Rates ' 0"E p"so''
fun frrry f 0nti lilt
'it tor iiuiul
AV Cur street ur ttutt tat 4r.