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RffiDFOIlD MATT TRTBFNR, MEDFORD. ORrXlON". MONDAY. MAY lo, IQlfi
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IN Iffl INNINGS
fur n sturlcr'
ii' uaxeliiill frame ut'iwecn iiurn-
It mid Metll'onl, which uH!iiih1 the
IM on thu home irroiiiiils Similny,
most agreeable mtrpriae. Wliile
xya aliuwwl ii Jnik of praelieo
V in iintivoidnble at thia senaon,
tjLft? wore there with the "pt'p,' mill
tra f thu frame waa lied up in thu
HffllliSnude it a corking aiieuUtotV
.XUft'"('uH" hnd nil hi uminl Htuff,
Mbi-iif; out ten of thu liny from thn
fffl'' .iml allowing hut four hit,
White, alnthony fanned eight and only
ilfitu mx stood miff.
st,ior,v Kept 1mm men well keyed up,
hi ii J Mhc pulliuK off a double Meal
tltnt w.)h m "inoriiinx'K morning" to
th native hour, wliilu Monui'H impos
Mlr handling of hot onoa indinatud
ui.( M Imvo a real third-anchor.
1 Miuinger Kwinjc ean deliver thin
. ' i (it hall regularly ho should have
i'ih-w to eomplHin of thu attend-
All. It. I'O.
Hil'I . Uh.
O Neil, Hi.
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t .niell, If.
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a mi u ii
i :m 18
Two-Iihnu liltN, IlieeedM,
Aliinii. Cutter. Find on IihIIn, off
An'lioii :i, off ChmIit ;. Struck out,
liv Aiitlmnv H. h.v ("MMter 10. Hit li.v
jn( her, hy (.'( er '2. Douhlo play,
llu hem to O'NVil. Saorlfieo hit,
OmiiHUt, Mornu. Time offline, two
hor and five uiiiiuIuh. 1'wpire, Mil
ler. heori1 hv inningx:
Metfr. II II II II II H
JJonihik II (I II 0 II :i II (I (I II :t
tiolil Kill III, Talent II.
In the neooud Mtcctmsivc giuuc
nl. J I all again won from Talent Sun
day Vith a eoniplele kliiitout. Miller
f tlold Hill hhh in fine form and
alluded the Talmil Imi.vh hut two InK
rtnlv four of their man reaching first
l.o, one hv a walk, one on an error
ami ttu li catV (H. UU inn ),il
t-'4 twelve time, three of uliich
wit.' l.iree-bMKKorH and two for twti
Ims, u. Thi in the w.th vielorv for
O.il,' Hill in MttH khuwh playnl Ihh.
tu The KMine IohI wm (ilayed with
Mr.urd and ealled in the hith ma
lie in aeeoiuil (1f rain. The Iion
re i HikuiK forwuid to anoihcr Kmi
td' M.dlorU h well as Oruut 1'm.i.
i .1 Moi nliriMik. hk lhe have . loaned
wr. limit .s- in ilif uillev.
ltlfonI ntMMfrm Hiiiokn
T&a MtMtford ami Mt. IMtt Clear,
Tile senior hi tmnulTnw nielli lit
the I'iikc marks a iiimpii' depart uie
from the iiHiml run of si-IkkiI plas
and their cmtIiisIiiiu eidliuc alums
phere, of whieh the people nlm iat
roui7e them from a standpoint of lu
alty are .justlv weary.
In "Merely Mary Ann" the gradu
ating ehiNH i giving to the (heater
loving public oflhia eilv a play that
ilanda among (he bet in eoinedies. a
recent miceeM from Ilroadwav, New
York, whuro it rnn an until re season.
Tho elan, in order to give 'I, were
compelled to jiay a royallv of $.ri(; for
each production night, a rfcord for
royaltica (mid hy any elan for a
Tho piny retpiiied sp'cial Mcenery
in order to produce it correetlv and
thin waa ordered ionic time ago hy
the Kill olaa. The furuitiiio also
required waa different from that to he
had at the local theater and the new
funiishinga wore brought to the Page
Tho pant is the heat Mr. Wilson
ha over worked with in Ibis city.
Home of thu young peoulo showing
great natural ability thai hould hu
A grual enid will greol the pro
duction, for reserved aoata aro almoat
"It looks like the K. It. 0. sign will
he hung up when the curtain rises,"
said Manager Hugo Luiulboig.
I.ucclot, a coiiiHftcr 0. Househunii
Mr. I'eler, in husines .l.eland Not'
llerr Hinlinson, music publisher
Itcv. Samuel Smedge, country vicar
.. -- Claliv Keel
O'Oormnu, Sunday journalist
- -. . I.eou LuMtou
.Mm IllaydiM, medical student
. .. . Stephen Nye
Lord Vnluntino Toxwell, a gilded
.Vouth H. Narregau
Mi's. I.einlliHltcr, a hoardiug-hoiiNo
keeper Vera Itoundtreo
Itosie, her daughter llorothv Thome
The Sislcra Trippelt, music hall
dances, Polly and Dolly . ..
I' llacou and N. Campbell
Ijiily ChihiierM, a Hior peeress
Caroline, countess of I'ovwell, her
Intuid - listher Warner
Iwidy (Iladya l''n.vcll, eoiinles'
daughlcr vh l.ane
Itimcna Fitx (Icorge, a society
belle Veins McCredle
Marv Aon. Miti'U I lael Anile
llouaiil. .i liii'tiiiun Iticsscll St'iiinau
News From Our Neighbors
MILLARD MACK, WHO PLAY9
MARK HORN, THE WOLF OF
WALL STREET, IN THE POWEn
FUL TRIANGLE-KAY DEE DRAMA
OF SOCIETY AND FINANCE
The snappiest and most interesting
mining picture of a motor ear in ac
tion ever shown on the screen, show
ing tonight at the Page theater as an
added film to tho regular Triangle
picture plav program. Thomas II.
luce's contribution, "Tho Conipicror,"
is nu absorbing nlury and is no step
backward. Little need he said oi
Willard Mink, who stars, as his mo
tion picture achievement me well
known to Tiianglc audiences. Kuid
Mnrkcy, long a Triangle fnvorite, has
the leading feminine role. Mack Sen-
netl featured in Keystone comedy of
a tilui idnl worshipped hv pretty
girls, mi-called u "Movie Slar," with
the fiiiinv Mack Swaiu. This pro
gram shown tonight onlv. "Merely
Maiv Ann," lite high school play, to
iiwi a MiMlfoiil ('Iiin.
ii luck lame ami painful'
' t i It at la tfici'U nftn'r eer-
i" lir toreaew la (hit klduy
Hu.- tymptoma mutiil weak kid-
u tkr U daagar In tfly.
1 fsk kidiMy $h ut wMkr.
u your troubi. prvmpt sutoaUott.
I'lllm r fur wtak
Ion- nilahior ui
i4 an bum
. JCrM IblK JledforJ testlmon.
lr J N Daw. :.i: N v iret,
dtMOid. ao- have alwavH lut-u
B4 o roiomnienit Doiiu . l(Jne
1UU hioocr t hpo hcai.i am on..
HiVm nlng of iaikaiho or 1. lln
lljroi'-j i havo tat.cn tlieai uti..n
Yb tai n,o ii'ouiiita anil Kiev
0 vcr failed io aii tiiai mia
31I iiv ii&.ic anil oui aiv ki'lnea
Jgip'' wni;trn onlcr X alas gne
ia t Kidoev j'tiia to ona ot mv
affiJif0' Wl ' uNt to weak M4.
(uw, if times sod ibcv mior them
Clirf Itolierts, an automolUle ilrtv-
er of this clt, wax nrreciril here this
mnrnluK on iomiUlnt from Ash
land, rlurKlng him with reck less
drlvliiR on a joy ililc from Mora
Itobort and party watl bmn at
llorabriHik I'rlday and wr ietura
lag at a lata hour. Juat a (bay
raaehcl tha aonth ond ef tha bflalo
vard pavement at Aahland and while
aolng at a Hft ta. tha ear attack
tha iiarklnR rurb with awch vloleuea
aa to rmk It. A wbael waa lrn
off and othor daniaae doua to tha
Kttbertii' two lamiitoHM aal In the
rear aval. Th retrt from AahlauU
statMd that the itMupanta of the ear
were wveiely Injured. aom of them
halm lo le taken to the hospital
lor treatment It waa alleged that
th liquid contents of the oar were.
remitted while the chief of police was ,
at breakfaat. the accident haxlna l
currtnl at an early hour In the inoin
Mr Roberta deules that an mom
bcr of the party waa hurt and tliii
the liquor aa renvavud from the cur.
alleging that they had only one Ut
ue oi wine ana mat tney nail par
taken very aparliiHl) of that.
IhlillU. lluUllclic M.lllll till' t link.
the idol ol million-, ol lil upl.t lan,
is the slur ol I lie Famous I'I.imi
l'llm comHin's hc recti adaptation ot
Murk Twain's fanciful romance, "The
Prince and the Puumi," llic n-t
work of America's greatest liumon-t
(O ln plVst'llll',1 lit (he tnotlllll ih llllc
IHlblic, which l the Paramount I.-.,
lure utlrnclioii at the Sim tloni.i to
lAerv man. woman nml . Inl.l i- i.i
miliar with the great Aiu.iH.m lm
mmislV iiiimilalile stor o Ho .iinl.n
ions little beggar and I lie ikImhIui
oiks little prince, each of wln.ie i.m A
the life ami freedom of the olliei. It
is a rare combination ot iin.unt lm
nior, ncli with the spirMing sntu,
that ha made the name of M.uk
Twain re'ered and lotcd the ii
oxer, nml the i asional duli ot
imlhos which makes I lie Iihij;Iii, r th.
richer. And there is now and ilun ,i
real thrill that shows the m.i-icr
touch of the gifted author.
It is Hie sort of stor that nil will
delight in and the photo iroluciiou i
one that can well Ih called pin I t' a
liber.il education, since it mtio, -
to the motion picture public the work
of one of the nation's greatest no u oi
J Nutnan arrived from San Lean
dro laft wiM-k and la a gucat at tho
home of III son, Charles Nunan.
MPKdnniea 1211a Cook, Chris Ul.
rich and Harry l.uy were Medford
lFltora Monday afternoon.
Miaa norland Jtolitnaoti roturned
from San Franclaco one clay laat week
where she and Mra. 0. L. Johaaon
of Medrord, vlaltod tho art gallorloa
of the expoaltlon.
Among tho Klka from hore who
wont to Oranta Paaa Tueaday evening
wore 15. II. Holms, Charles Prim,
I.ewlH rirlch, Curloy Wllaon, John
WlUon and William Singlor.
Frank Kaaalinfor, a civil wnr vet
eran, aufferod a paralytic atroko on
Monday morning and Is In a pre
Mrs. W. II. llowon hwi been visit
ing her daughter, who Is lunching
school near Talent.
.Mr. and Mra. C. h. Heamoa ot
Portland, were the dlnnor guosta of
Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Xtinan last
Mrs. K. J. Flck spent a few hours
In Medford Wednosday aftornoon.
Hov. and Mrs. 11. A. Hutchison are
rucalvliiK rouKratulatlons on tho ar
rival ot u baby hoy at tholr home
Tho residence ot Sam Walsh was
completely dostroyeil by flro at a lata
hour Thursday night. Tho orlRln ot
the fire Is unknown and had gained
such headway hoforo it waa discov
ered that the family barely escaped
tho flames. Tho contents or tno
liniiso was a total loss.
.lames llucltloy has returned to
lliuh greatly Improvod sluco his op
eration at tho Sacred Heart hospital.
Cards have beou received announc
ing the graduation of Mlssos Ktta
and Margaret Morcom from the Ash
land high school, May 18.
It. K. Golden will leavo for Now
York soon to take n post graduato
courMO In medicine.
Thomas Fulton of Yroka, Is visit
ing relatives living hore.
Leon llaiina ban rnltiriiod from
llornbrook, Cal., whoro ho has boon
for the past few weeks.
Mark Wlnnlnghnm and John Ilyme
ame in from Watklns on business
Why Kmofeo ttit Cigars
When La Gondos are only lOn.
IMmund P. Smnllwood, local S. P.
freight agent, was called to Portland
Tuesday evening on company busi
ness. He was absent only a couple
Silas Fleming was a frequent vis
itor nt Medford the liiSt of the week,
going in his auto.
The Gold Hill hall team again
scored H victory on Sunday Iud,
when they met tho boys of Talent nt
that place. Tho score stood 0 to (I in
Gold Hill's favor. Tho balterie were:
Talent, Lneuv and Wilson; Hold Hill,
Miller and Eliding. Althongh the
day was somewhat disagreeable, sev
eral auto loads accompanied the
hoys. This was our hoys' fifth game
this season, mid of these thev have
won four, an average of .HOD.
The Ladies' Aid took the Aibmc
ranch by storm Wednesday titlcrnoon.
Hiring tho Darling auto truck, tbcv
left town ul 1 o'clock, fifteen mem
bers strong, and proceeded to the
Hock Point home of Mr. and Mrs. U.
K. Adding. Tho afternoon was
"chuck full" of music and good time
generally, and, lis that is the ranch
where you gnther strawberries hv
tttbsful when in full hearing, this time
the dishpau sufficed, n the season
is so delayed this year in nil of
southern Oregon. After the straw
berry patch had been raided hy the
committee ho appointed the dainty
lunch was served and nil departed
feeling it was good to ho there. The
ladies present were: 31m. Nellie Dar
ling, 31m. It. II. 3Ioore, Mrs. P. Lnng-
ihilo, Mrs. George Mct'lellan. Mrs.
Mae Avery, Jlrs. 1). II. 3Iillcr, Mrs.
(-'. 1L Price, Mrs. 12. V. Sld'un-en.
3Ir. George Iverson, 3Ir.. ('. 12.
Whnrton, 3lr. 12. 31. 31clntvrc, Mr.
12. T. Simmons, Mm. Lucy 3Iee, 3!r-.
W. II. Gardner, Mm. H. ('. Kelsev.
Part of the huge smoke stack tor
the ocmeut lunt, to he placed at the
head of the .'11)11-fool revolving kiln,
arrived nt the plant Thursday after
noon. Three expert men to install
this and other steel work have been
waiting several days. The remain
der of the material is oxpeuted daily.
At present the construction crews to
tal almost sixty men on the various
12. X. rptnn. bookkeeper for thu
Hunt Fiiginceiing Co., is seen even
ings with his wile nlid 1 1 icuds eoo
iii'. their new Miiwell. Now tlmt
-11 ill"' li., .i .iir ol lo ( i
plain to "-ec hovv (oiiMiiMil it vm,
be to take fan friends t all the base
ball contests in which his team en
ters. Mm. 3fae Avery left Saturday
morning for 3Iarshfiold to mnke her
home with her son, David, who is in
the Southern Pacific station at that
place. She will stop en route lo visit
her son, Hoy, who is a student at the
t'liivemitv nt Kiigene.
31m. fi II. Price left Saturday
evening on No. It! for n visit with her
daughter. Mm. C. W. Hnsfwiek. at
Satuulav iimniing "I nele Hum"
r'oat of sinhtteer ,
to..! c ir'o.id oi sinnuiT. i -"
The pinior-scni'ir Imiupiet uiven on
Fnday Ovenmg at the Home dining
ball wns n very jirettr nffir. Covors
in cln colom wereIaid for fifteen.
3r. Palmer, otiRwenial photogrnpher.
took a enap of the table when nil was
nrranged before the guests arrived,
and also after the affair took another
of the assembled guests.
The baseball game Saturday nf
tcniiinii between the "Carlton lJloom
er Girls" nml the home Heaver hoys,
w.is n i'iv interesting affair, well ut
tenilid bv .ill the filpicciit territory,
.mil ii ol ;miil crowd.
A good nickel smoke
'Tl-lli U VVJL is always
1 a mellow smoke
never harsh. That is
because a million dollar
supply of slowly curin
tobacco is always in re
serve for the OWL.
The OWL is an unusually
even-burning smoke. That is
because it is seasoned leaf,
properly made into a cigar.
Naturally, the OWL is
always worth your nickel.
I.OMHJX, May 15. The foielKn of.
lice announced today that Hie out
standttiK differences iieiw,eu tirecce
and the entente ikiwcim luul lecn set
tled unilislilt Willi the r.'Milt Unit
thie w on lit lie no vlol.itiou ot i lit neii
trilhH ill (ireeie
fiUBorat lendttian '
i-lf &uc st 41 dealer.
fet0pl' ik for a kidney Teiedj tat
14 ftiiiit,' l'llls- ,tbt MKi luat
aa had oFoUfrSIllIillin:.
TKVKNHO Mrs. ISertrude
Htevenaon. aged '2 years, wife ot J
K Mlevenaon, whose residence la a
mile and a halt north of Medford.
died at the famllv home May It.
mm. after mirfertna sometime from
a complication of ullents ghe leave
a husband and one daughter MUh
tilaiHa Pearl Sievcason. to mouin the
the tusa of a dutiful and loving wife
Ie eased had beon a resident or
he lUxltoril illmrlct for twelve ver
an! hart a wide circle of friend
'unorsl wrvl.e will be held at
J tlt lohr A Perl undertaking parlor
IWft'tta' i Otlwk Tuemlu a(lrmon. the
tUite Jtoheuah loile. No. S:i of this
fit Juviag thre of tUe oiaeiaiex
J4rJil til 1 111 th OJiIfflUHk
DON'T FUSS WITH
Mutitcrole Works Kastor. Quicker
jud Without tlu Blister
riull1'. 110 Wll-i III 1111 XIII ll 1 III; X
H mnljiil, llotu . ii.l w iiii win ii v . . i
..in so v.iiily rrluvc miii, soi in, . ..I
tilliU's Willi a lit lie i Kan, wlnic Ml
Ml'STF.ROLF. is tn.ule of .nrc ml of
mustard and other helpful niKri'ili.nti,
combined in the form of a lraatit white
ointment It takef the place of the out-of-date
inuHird plaster, jtid will not
Ml'TFROI-E give prompt relief
from Sore Throat. Bronchitis.. Toniliti,
("ioiiii. Stiff Neck, Asthma. Neur .Ivu,
Iieailathe, Congestion, l'leurisv Kluu
matim, l.umhatfo. Pains and Avhc. oi
the Bai-k or Joint. Sprain. Sore Mus
cle. Hruise, Oiilhluin. l'rosted Feet
("old of the Chert (it often prevent
t vour ilrniiBiit'si. in 2V and X i ir
and a special larnc hospii.il wn- loi $.' 0
Be tire von lid the rntiiiu' ll si
TFKOI I Keftise imitations tt wlm
von jsk tor The Mutcrolc Couipanv,
A The Best at Any Price
No other baking
powder will raise
nicer, lighter bis
cuits, cakes and
pastry, none is more
pure and wholesome
Then Why Pay More?
M. A. GUNST & CO.
The very lu-sl rado of ihoInssps and yrain in
our (iraliaiu Uri'ad. A (rial will I'onvinee
you that tlici'c is nothiii"; lifttcr than
"NONE BETTER BREAD"
m tn HgMBKffigaBagari-awaagaa
The relation of thU i.mk tu the community la not that
of a private btiBlnexB or euterpiise It Ik a juibllc Insti
tution. We believe the banker acts na the agent ot the
people, and In order to fulfill completely Ills trust.
lie must be In a poult Ion to offer a maximum of ser
vice, a servlic to meet the requirements of all.
OV.E R CZ Vi-ARS UNDER CNE
A Wonderful Record by a Wonderful Car
Wc wish to call your attention that there have
been more Buick Light Sixes sold in Jackson
County than any other car produced on the market today
THERE IS A REASON
X'lOfv inin.ilo, Q i).