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AGAINST SHIPPING i OF SHAKESPEARE'S INJUNCTION AGAINST DEPLORES DEATH
LOS ANGELES FIRM! TERCENTENNIAL: UNION OIL PLANT
OF IT'S PRESIDENT
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S Peace Km
N ORDER TO VOTE
NfiitrtKfi of Xoler i nx'ftl
injr vtrv nlowly. In order (o vote nt
the "jrtHnjr prifnrkH it to 17
tii rfH"lr with the newly Appointed
rjir'r of the Yflrtotw jtrwliit'lu.
Thin rajrintrnlieti onion wibtient
Ther are now ixlon proWnnU ih
MwJfonl. Jfo.lfonl Xertli llivortidc
Ifn born extended Hdiitli to Third
ftraot, divided nt Alieu street, tliu
ihortliorn portion bcinp Nortb Mc-d-ford.
Woit Medford has been divid
ed nt Main flrect, nit Sonthtvent
Medford nt Tenth fttreel, the portion
Iiotwecn KJuin nnd "Tenth fonniiiR
Medford Pnrk. Medford Onkdnlo
bns been eut in two nt Woht Thir
teenth Htrect, the northern portion
botwoen Mnin nnd Thirteenth, OrnnRo
And Onkdnlo forming .Medford New
Medford Korth Centnil ii now
bounded on the north by Third Htrcet,
fiotith by Mnin, wot b.v the. rnilrond
nnd oust by Ucnr creek.
Hnnt Medford precinct Iioh been
formed from imrt of Xorthonut nnd
Southeast. It extendi rnnt fiom
Ilenr ercek to Cultilgo street, south
of .Main nnd Itoosevclt noj th of Mnin
Utreet, with Jnckhon htrcet ns tho
northern boundary. Nortbonst Med
ford now eompriHo tho territory
north of Jnckhon from Henr oreek to
KooNovolt, nnd north of Mnin east of
Southonfct Medford comprises tho
dlfclHct hOiiTli of Mnin hl'rcei, onst of
Cottnuu nnd Hcnr eieelc. Tho boun
daries of Medford Hontli Itivermdc,
Northwest Medford, Houth Central,
b'outli Main nnd Korth Mnin nrc un-
Tho follow iiit; nrc the. rcKUdrnr
nnd plnecH where volora enn register
for tho vnrioiiH preeiqtgj v.
Medford, N'oith Mnin, Helen N.
Yoekey, Mail Tribune building1.
Medford South Mnin, Hen Ouruc.lt,
Medford North Central, II. II. Hull,
M. P. & II. bid,'.
Medford South Central, L II. Cum
eron, Postal Telcernpli" office.
Medford Korth Hivernlilc, P. (I.
Snedieor, Medford book store.
.Medford South Ilivenddo, L. II.
Cameron, Postal Telegrnph office.
.Medford Onkdnlo, B. C. Suhultt,
Oukdnlu grocery. ,
Medford Kowtown, II. L. Kwiug,
Kwing's gun ntoro.
Medford Park, A. 0. Hcnnutt, Hon
net t investment offiuo.
Korth Medford, P, 0. Snodioor,
Medford bonk Ntoro.
Northern! Medford, P. 0. Sncdioor,
Medford book More.
Haul M'odford, V. K. Conscr, Consor
Southeast Mudford, L. D. Cnmcron,
I'onIhI Telegraph office.
South wnl Medfoi-d, C. B. Wyn
koop, 8'JO W. Twelfth street.
Wont Medford, Helen X. Yockoy,
Mnil Tribune building.
Nortliwct Medford, 11. Lydlnrd,
JncltKnii ntroet ntoro.
Oriffin Creek, W. S. Hammond,
Medford, II. P. I).
Perr.vdnle, Kd .Innney, Jackson
eouutx nhotrnet office.
T the Editor.
f.nt tenxun I wu buncoed bv the
KMn-tiimfMMm Fruit eoNipftnjr of l
Angolo through the hjiacMt vf it
Urxe eoiwiffiufltttt of cherrien to tkirf
canoorn. And kmiwirtir
ntiraber of yonr nub!rihr
nendinr frnit niwin eonnianment i!
thin hoiioe, I d(cin to (rive thorn th
Th regular monthl meeting o"
the board of dtrnctom of the Drama
,'. Cntr wt ild at th pub
Its llbrnry Tuendny nftorHoen. Ar-
Clrcult Judge Calkin lm Wmpo
rarlly denied the injunction touRht by
Honrr D. Angle ngalmit the I'Rlon
Oil company to prevent the construe-
tlTj . I.m I "anK0M0t Inn,, fBr tho l"1'"6 to lion of tho'fnttcrM plant on ground
.rTlwvo lV ho K,vnn iy n lllim' ot U,C Un' 'Joining tho Anglo reldenco nt Crat
ZUlll, vornltr of Orogon, and Dr. McKIn- jor Lake junollon. In his opinion, tho
jlnr, of Portland, In the near ftnre
. nnia Mtitripmfui ami rnunnn nni
lament of my exjrienee ami to tfcu' ,rflnw.r(nj. '
A great rongicgation, made up not
oiil of mum church congregations of
the oit, but of people trom all eir
oIoh of the eitv and Kurtoundiug
eouutry, ImiIIi hiikinets and fcoeinl,
grated Bvangolikt Muthi at the Nat
atoriuni lat niffht in the iuitutl a
aeiubltMju of u neHea of meetings to
be hold for an iudefuiite (wiiud in
tltie tit j .
Mr. aud Mn. VaMoy, the wmniciaHK
aHompnyiiig the uvailiiit, together
with ehoruk of loel voiotn, h bun
drud atroiig. added to thr spiritual at
ino4iern of the henictm, thu being
tnokt enjoyable feature of the meet
fug. Itov. Mothie made u powerful ap
11011 1 for internal in tlioo union meet
ings and devotion to the eniike for
wliioh they mo being held. Ho i a
ploofciuK nnd foii'iblo epeokor who
novor ovoilookM tho prneticnl bide of
lolijjion. lie bogUts with the fuodrt-'
inontul truth of all life nud holds hi
oongrogiition oloel,v to the straight
nnd narrow way nloug which it muyt
The big auditorium was uoarlv fill
ed last night, indiontlnjf profound in
turoHt in tku woek.
The iihoruK of 100 voices wilAjo
enlarged to SiOQ elij' Uli iRA of
niguU'tjf- There will be ho mectiux
MomJity mkbt. u
put them wite hm to ita dealing with
1110, nu imlividunl shipper, Tlicact in
that tho producer of fruit Mturprod
ueo ban been buninted by many of
the commission house in the L'nited
Stntct to which ootmigumcnU have
been inndo, nnd I think it but right
that when the re turns conclusively
allow one nan been buneoed, that bin
experience bo made of public infor
mation. I am herewith handing you fot
publication n copy of mv Inst letter
to tho Ilein-Siuion Pmit company,
which has so for never been nntwer
ed. I desire to state that since thin
letter wns written I received the
award of n gold medal from the Pan-nmn-Pneifio
nt Snn Frnnciaco upon cherries Irom
thorium) orohnrd nnd similar to thoAii
I shipped to the Kloiii-Simpnon Fruit
company. I deem it m duty in makui
these mntters public so that your
rendorw mny know how nnd where In
muku future shipments of their fmit.
A copy of the letter I refer to in us
Letter as Written.
"Medford, Or., .July U, 11)15.
"Messrs. Klcin-Simpon Fruit Co.,
cninmi.Hsion uicrchnntu, Lot An-
"I nekuowlcdge receipt of your let.
ter of the 2d inst., with iuulomiro ot
check in pnyment for 1105 1io.ch ot
cherries-. Your explanation of (ho
ory low price you elnim to hnve re
ceived for (he fruit, of couio, dona
not sntisfy me, nor nm I nt nil do.
ucived by ita sumo vorbwity.
"Kothiii that you could any would
coin nice me unit tuo eiiernei weio
secondary in quality or (!...( vou I.11.I !nu1mi f'0',B" ' Prove, to
... flw IiHjIluI iirnul lliiilnelnlmi li ft
TI10 principal buulneea of tho
mooting turnod upon the selection of
a chairman to conduct the Shaken-
pcaronn lercontonnlal annlvorMiry
1 eolebratlon. Mra. Alan Hracklnreod.
president of tho center, ban con
sented to tako tho chairmanship and
form n commlttoo to carry on tho
work under hor direction. Tho qual
Itlos of leadership nnd executive abil
ity which Mrn. Hracklnreod has so
well displayed In the difficult posi
tion of tho prosldoncy will bo glvon
full play In the preparation aud pre
sensation of tho coniJnp events. Tho
work nlready mapped out, al Mrs.
Hracklnrcnd's solicitation oh presi
dent of the center, promises much for
tho edification ot Medford residents,
and other features to bo addod will
make tho local celebration of tho
gront master's nnnlvorsury worthy of
note aTuong thosu undertaken
throughout tho country. Prominent
nmong tho promised treats will bo
tho work to bo douo In tho schoola
under Supurlntomlont 1 1 ill let's direc
tion, and the production by local tal
ent of n musical version ot Shakes
peare's "Twelfth N'lght" from tho pen
of Bd Andrews, who Js now engaged
on tho libretto.
Tho co-ordination ot all the efforta
to bo madu will require n great deal
of time nnd energy and It Is duo to
Mrs. Hracklnreod to say that she ft
making n groat sacrifice of her tlmo
and strength In adding hor now du
ties to those of the presidency of tho
coutcr, which havo been very nrdii
oils during hor term ot office, as all
pioneer work In movomonts ot so
much Importance aa that of tho
lo dispone ol tliem lit the prices;
which your returns iudionte. I ship
ped the sniuo quality of cherries to
F.l Pnso nud Houston, Tex., nud
other points, oust, where thrv hi lived
in good condition, mid from whence
I received more than twice what your
highest returns indicate you locoivod.
I ahipped n small consignment to the
oxponition nt Sim Francisco nnd
hnve received the highes( coinmeiulH
tion for tho grade of fruit and the
manner of the iaok of it. I know,
and you know, that these cIioiiich
wero Inrger in siie nud nf least us
well pnokod aa (ho ones you have been
receiving from other munis in south
ern Oregon, 'for which your lowest
lemma wero union more, nut tuo ox
plniiHtion is the other shipment
received wcn small, consisting
few boxes only, the ictunis a
uliile mv consignment wn large
enough to yield a ooiimdornblo clean
up. "A Wiisto of Win ds."
"Of course, I realise thai it i a
woto of wold to ictnuuhlmtc with
J 011, but 1 nevertheless Hunt to sug
gest that you hae not made nnythiug
in the deal. 1 will enturu the asser
tion that the decrease 111 mir com
missions for next year will mine than
offset the defieieuev iu the returns I
should hao roceivwl for mv ft tut.
There is a law of retribution that
ooum up oci'v injustice. 1 should
have known better than to haw ul-
lowcii my truit to Im eoiisigiivd to
the hnrdost work uudortakeii by any
body. Mra. Ilracklurced's devotion to
her work, In spite of many difficul
ties, has already mot with marked
ftuccc, which has been commented
on favorably Jn the bulletins of th'o
national organisation, as well at by
those who havo attendod the public
moetlngs and locturoa nf tho center
In .Mod ford" and the plajs supported
by (ho center which hnvo appeared
here In the past two enrs, tho most
notable nuccoMt having boon tho ap
pearance of Korbes-ltobertson. It Is
mainly due to Mrs. Hrncklnrood'a
conscientious efforts that tho Drama
League center Is now an cutablUhod
Institution In Medford.
"In thin caso It Is apparent that
plaintiff Is suffering no Injury or tn
convcnlcnco at this tlmo to his prop
erty, nnd will not for some tlmo to
come. If tho defendant doelrea to put
Its money Into tho plant In tho faco
ot a possible judgment that It Is not
entitled to maintain an oil storage
station at that point, It takes Its own
risks. And I havo concluded that I
will hold tho motion for tho restrain
ing order under consideration, pend
ing further developments. If It shall
appearing during tho progress of tho
caso that defendant should ho re
strained, tho court will act promptly
In tho matter.
"Hut for tho present It seems to
mo that tho Injury In the enno would
renult to tho men who probably need
tho employment thoy have, wero tho
court to stop tho proceedings at this
," ' PACIFIC HIGHWAY
IS CARRIED 001
HUM.INGHAM. Wash , Feb 12 -
A considerable kectlon of the Pacific
j highway, wiilrh was reccnti romplet
jod by the Mate, south of thla city,
j was carried this morning un
' tier the lufluenue of melting snow
and froet. The concrete retaining
1 walla were deatrnyed and an ava
lanche of rock and earth slid down
I on the Great Northern tracks The
Great Northern trains are now be
ing detnurcd over the Northern l'a-
I have had more or less c.iei !c,flc a,,wa
lenee in the "lund of sunshine ami '
blue sky," where the bunco steers run (
at large and the rostuurunts feed sick
tourists on oleoma rucriuc for butter
ami chieorv instead of cot fee. The
tact, however, that people generally
hae lea rued the prcxuiliug game
down there furnishes the e.tianation
for the lunk j oars ou havo recently
"Promising you that I shall con
tinue to lemetuber uu for some luae,
I letuaui, wiry tesutfullv wurs,
(Signed.) "Y. K. P1HPPS."
BULGAR KING VISITS
LONDON, Feb 12 -A dispatch 10
the Exchange Teleciaph companv
from Amsterdam sas that Kmperor
William has announced his declxlon
that HlA lllfirrlAiro of lriti..n Uu. I..... 1
- "" ""' """" 1 rarl (u
is 10 uae place at rotsuam Manh U '
I.t)NI)DX. Fob. 1J A it itn.i di.
patch li Keuter -a th.n Kin,' Per.
diuaiid of Miilguna antwd w-drdaj
at Anstro Hungarian geiicial bead
iuaiter, aeoiunpaiiiod b HulMnai
Premier Itadosluwiff and (icneral
Jeeuff, commander wi ,hief 1 the
Bulgarian forces and mmitei nt war.
The km- uud his muIc wcic rc.-etvwl
11 V l ion! .M.ilsiial ikii'iU) li.ni Ion-
lMemidorf, i-hicl ct' sfat
ot the AutrokHunuaiian tufu-s
No Alum Na Phosphate
10 GHILDRENS' LETTERS
Tho Bchool pupils and their par
ents of this city are greatly pleased
with tho replies elicited by the let
ters sent from Medford during tho
recent letter-writing week, fully 1250
having gono trom this city from tho
pupils nlonc. A quotation Is hero
made trom a loiter received by llttlo
Miss Irene Ilernard, U yearn old,
who wroto to her Aunt Hollo, at TovH
Ion. 111.: .
"Dear Irene You certainly did
yourself proud with tho lottor you
wrote mo and 1 am proud of you,
tor It naa such n nice, Instructive let.
ter. I let Aunt Grace nnd Aunt Kllr..
nbotli read It, too, and they-thought
It a great letter for n girl of your
ago to write. Any glrPwho canwrlto
n letter llko that certainly doeervea
a gold dollar, I haven't got tho gold
dollar, but I will send you a,papor
one. Instead, and you can uso It to
show us around when t'nelo Frod
nnd I crime out to see all the nice
things J 011 apeak of In your letter,
for them must nurelv be beautiful."
The library board l iU regular
tnonthlv meeting, eiorv member boinjf
present, adopted the following- ree
iHtjoni; ; . .. , ij'.i
'HvWen. ttllfaln I. v.'hwVcV; tile
piesidcut of (he library board of o,ur
city, baa been removed from oar
midst by denth; nnd,
"Who'cn, Willinm I. VnWtcr.woft
largely inHtrutiiQntnl in.proaurinp for
tho city of Jledford'her eonimodlous
librnry building, nnd for jnijny yenrs
acted n (lie interested nnd efficient
president-of tlie btrnrd. Ile'jtj-i
"Resolved, That wc, .the members,
of the bonrd, do express our sincere
appreciation of bin fnithful sonicoR
nnd wise counsel in nil mnttcrs pcr
tninin? to the interests of the library
and our dcrp senie of the lots whiqli
ttio bonrd hnH sustained in his denth,
nnd that wc exprcKs to his family otir
hcnrtfelt sym)nthy at this, their timo
of sorrow. Mo it further
"Kesolvcd, That these resolutions
be .s)read upon the minutes of tho
meeting and that n copy he presented
to bin family nnd n copy presented lo
(ho iiewnpnpcrH of the city for publi
"kAka m,YTHi; mbaks,
"MATTIK K. PICKEL,
"V. MELIJO I1ILLIS.
Ulinl You llnc Ileeix Ixitlnu FVir.
Merltol Whlto Liniment Is a prep
aration that gives satisfaction whero
n pain killer and bcalcr Is needed.
Wo do not bcllovo you could,1 get n
better liniment nt nny pHce. Priced'
2.), CO and 11.00. Hnsldns' Drug
Hloro. oxcluslvo agency.
Relief from tire troubles
A sense of satisfaction
The cessation of hostili
ties with the dealer
More mileage for your
Aa k for Tire Book
nro troubled with dandruff, Itching
scalp, and your hair coming out, wo
ask you to try
HA lit TOXIC
on our guanintco that it will glvo
you relief and satisfaction or monoy
refunded. Sold only by un, 50c and
Hair Dressing, Manicuring,
Chiropody, Body Massage,
Electric Facial and Scalp
COItA I.'. ITI.KY
407 Garnett-Corcy Hldg.
Medford, Orogon. 'Phono 657-H.
C. E. GATES
h A SAFETY RAZOR
For the Price of a Shave .
A Working Model of the $5
Durham Duplex Razor
( . .
HASKINS FOR HEALTH
The Quality Drug Store
PHONE (Sweet) 16
Keeping in Condition
A halt-itarved man can't work on an
Ice wazon. And a wcatc battery can't
clve spoil lichtinc and itartir.g service.
We're hereto moke weak battcnesttron.
THE ELECTRIC SHOP
103-106 S. Central. Phone 22-J
Free inspection ef any battery at cny time
Furnace or Kitchen
Ahvavs (here is .soot and smtjKfeT-and gas and ashes.
Always a fire to b't built, constantly watched and stirred.
Always a litter of tho old-stove utensils.
And always a task to be done.
Is your wife always to spend those hours over a hot, dirty
fire? If you could only know sometimes what she is
Woinon aro fast finding freedom from tho tiresome
kitchen tasks. They deserve it. : .
You can give your wife this happiness.', Tl. moans new
health, new freedom and an oxtra -hour caoh day fai
rest and pleasure.
Step into our show room. See the new models in Electric
Ranges. Yon cannot afford to be without them.
California -Oregon Power Company
216 West Maui Street
Phone 168 MEDFORD, OREGON
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