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SrEDFOTirj MOTC TRIBUNE, ftfEDFORD, ORI-XIOX, TUESDAY, MAY 2.1, 101G
MEDFOllD MAIL TItlBUNB
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l'UaJl-lSMI:i KVKHY AI'TKIINOON
KSCKI'T Hl'MAV BY TUB
MKItPOIlU PHINTINO CO.
REVIVAL OF BIGOTRY
Otricn Mall Tribune Htilldlnit, tS-"-2t
Worth I'lr Iroi'l. telephone 76.
fhe Pcmocrntlc Tlmm, th Mptlford
Mall, The Mp1 lord Tribune, The Hon th
em OreKonlnn. The Ashland Tribune.
GEOnOK Pl'TNAM. KiVtor.
8n yrr, by tnmi cs.O
n month, by moll to
Per month, iii-llvwl by rnrrlvr In
Me.lf.ri. I. 1'liotnlx, Jacksonville
Mid Central Point .JO
jtatnrilHy only, by mall, her )wr... 100
Weekly, per year 1 So
Official Paper of the City of Med font
Official Paper of Jarksnn County.
Entered aa accond-plni.il mutter at
Medfnrd, Ort'iron, under the act of March
Sworn Circulation for lilt DBS.
Tull leasd wire Associated Press dls-patflhts.
Jlr. Martin of the First National
bank says that In Iowa whom ho
(Winn from the Imnk lio wan In had
a ten-dollar gold pice rikI two five
Hntl that money laid In h case for
month. Hack In that country but
WUhioIiI In In circulation. - Nuwberg
Tills Im (lac Mfe!
Tho Walker Hrother who have the
mall contract between here ami Har
bor revived a "jackeu up" tho other
iIkjt by the department for carrying
lt1ra without full posIbko being an
Ihetn. Thu beya are continually wor
ried about tho situation aa they hate
to refute k uelshbor the favor of car
rying a sealed nolo a few mile, yet
it e)M put them In bail with the de
partment. Patron of m route of thin
kind ahould not export (be iiihII car
reer to do anything that tho postal
regulations forbid. do Id Heach
Ye editor wm In luck thla court.
The (croud Jury let hi down eaelly.
Mt betldea tt'a the flret March term
or oourt that a "little stranger" fall.
j4 to take up at our houst.. For
tMtb we are truly thankful. The
llaker County (da.) Xew.
AM lit Wanted.
Patient Dorter, what I Heed la
HofttethliiK to atlr me up something
to put me In flghtlnn trim. Did you
put anythlug Ilk that in thla pre
Horlptlon? Doctor- No. You will find that lu
the Bill. Judge.
Ohm Mini ICffmt.
Mill Hoy A penn'orth ouch of
liniment and liquid cement, pleaae.
Cbemlat -Are they both for the
himho person, or ahali 1 wrap them
Little Hoy Well. I dunno. Muv
ver'a broke r teapot, ao ahe wanla
th content, but farver wanta the lln
Infent. '' what muvver broke 'er
teapot on. Tli-nita.
I'udlnn 'HtlM Off.
After the next meeting of the civic
soejoty which will take place n week
from next Thursday eveulntt, May So,
ioHtpond from next Thursday even
inn due to tlm reception to the Her.
Mr, Benedict which la planned for
next Thursday, May 1. New Haven
Wwu-hw .MiWH IHk Pen?
ltcv. Mr. Parson of South Heod
Ill-ought a wonderful iiicknukc ioi the
propcitti U p(n ToulKht hi aul
Jert will he wtdcouiiug homo II con
verHloiiM to dutc You nhoulil rnlo
there pitiliK" A wi'lcome to .ill
Uperbl i;iu-h Wiuu" t llid 'I lin
i: . 'jp in ii'.i
Oil Treatment for
A hlni.iU- pn si itption linide up of
A Coiiil'hutltJU "t puie eelalU o!
If proUuillIK Moudertul remits for
lUftoroiM fiom hiumai li, Hut and In
tfatlual troublon Thu i'iueil, whlih
t aald to uiw oiiisluated in Krauru,
here It ban leu ued fur trum h
(he peaaantry, wu luiioduccd into
thin countr) by denize li Ma r. a
lea lln 7, ChleUiEO duiKHNl who mr.d
llliiiil( of wevire fctiiiu.ich, llui ami
ArCORDIXd to flic Portland papers, religious prcjit
flicp, bigotry and intolerance rout rolled the repub
lican electorate of that city in the primary election Friday
nominating" thiiiy-eight out of forty-three candidates en
dorsed by the "A. i A." as the anti-Catholic organization
J'criodieallv a wave of religious fanaticism sweeps over
the count vy. We have had it in national polities as the
"know-nothing" party of the forties, and clandestinely its
influence has been shown at irregular intervals since to
blur our vision of human progress.
I lie constitution ot the United States grants religious
freedom and the right to worship as conscience dictates
is one of basic principles of true Americanism. It is only
n step backward from religious discrimination to religious
persecution and another step to the inquisition.
Religious intolerance is a survival of medievalism
part and parcel of the era in which religion was a bulwark
created by the crown to protect its privilege of exploitation
through the prejudice ot the exploited. Its somber threads
are woven in the protecting garments of autocracy and
absolutism, but have no place in the fabric of democracy.
It use stains "Old (J lory."
To discriminate against a man because of his religion is
a relapse in the electorate from the broad tolerance and
sympathy of twentieth century intelligence into the dark
ages of the world. Such action is reactionary, unreason
able and unreasoning, and defeats its own ends, for, like all
persecution, it creates what it seeks to destroy. Hatred,
malignity and discord are its fruits.
This effort, to inject an anachronism into Oregon's pol
itical lite is doomed to short life and eventual failure,
though temporarily it may meet with some success, as hys
teria sweeps aside reason, because it is based upon injus
tice. Hut it will be many a day before the bitterness it en
genders will be forgotten. The revival of religious bigotry
is a blemish that tarnishes popular government.
BY GORE THOUGH
Roseburg, by a vote of seven to one, voted Monday
$1100,000 bonds for the construction of a railroad to the tim
ber belt to develop the lumber resources of the county. It
is up to the Oregon towns to develop the country Port -laud
will not do it.
"Will some of the many thousands of republicans who
voted for William (Irant Websterof Illinois kindly explain
who he is and what he has done to make him their choice
for vice-president of the lnited Slates
The liox wort of Huntlny'M latJll
Kiitne itt which .Medlord auoml n (I to
0 victory over (JrnnU Pag, ia hm fol
Alt. K. II. PO. K.
Pry, :ili. 8 0 0 0 0
(Klwrn, W. Hi. . It 0 0 1) 0
HiiuMin, mm. . 1 0 1 U 2
Pernoll, Hi. ! 0 0 0 0
lluneen, o.-iHi I U 0 ! 1
FtUNMi, 2b.-e... . 4 0 1 0
ItlevhiH, If. .... 3 0 I) 1 0
Winkler, rf. ... 1 0 0 1 o
Cornell, ji. I 0 1 0 0
ToluU . . XI 0 3 ar 1
AB. It. H. PO. K.
XMntyre, h -1 I 0 X 1
Sheriff, lb. . . S 8 3 'J I
Mile, 2b. . 'I 0 B 1
C'lixter, . . l 0 1 0 0
Coleman, If. 3 0 0 0 0
Force, ,.f. . 1 1 1 111 0
llttrtwr, rf. . 3 1 0 J 0
Miller, m. . 3 0 0 B (I
Murau, 3b. . 3 1 0 B 0
HOSKIirUn, Or . May 2'). -Complete
return frmu the tirirnnrv elec
tion trive: Hepubiiciin liHtionnl delu-(fHteH-Ht-larjfe:
A?kcron 7M, Hoytl
J 353, lliilntnl 8M0, Cameron 1450,
Carey 1105, Cane 020. Fulton 1221,
Hawkins 08!l, Petewn 012, Spcncor
H27, Wni-ren 207, Worsloy 072.
(Al)ovc throe prccinctB short of re
iilts for DoiikIii). Hcpulilicnn iih
lionnl (k'lotfiitos, f irt tlintriel: Alint
hum 1003, HWiop 1170. Cnlkitm Mill,
Sleevea 71)0. Itepiihlinnn nominee fur
prosiilt'iit : Ilnrtuti 310, Cuininink 1138,
lliiithi' 1050. Kepublicnn jirei(lentinl
electers: Itutlur 2121, Cottel 1IMU. Iv.
nnlioe 013, Kondv M8, MiieMiihon
1573. North 1022. Wilon 1010. He
iiil)lic(iii p(rclnrv of Mute: Moores
M02, Olcott 10H8. Public service
commissioner, firtt district: Puclilel
1202. Cniiipbell MOO. fireiiit jinluc.
seeoml district: Iliiclinnnn 1337,
Cnrdwell 2000. Coke 1858, Potter
1777, Rclilhrcde 1037. lU'prpientn-
livc, ninth dint net: Cnro 1857, Ooro
1350. KcproHontntive, fourth district:
llrand 2155, Orir 1082, Porter
INipublit'Hiis nominntiHl for Ie(fi
lntive. counlv nnd judieinl offices fol fel fol
eow: P. I,, Kddy, stnte seiintor; Geo.
Quine wna rcuoininntcd for sheriff;
fluv (lordon, for nsaesaor; W. K. St.
John, for (lounly commissioner; Jlil
ton (Icnnond, Miirveyor; Jnmes Shw
yers, tronmircr; O. C. Prowu, Pebool
supcriiileiident; W. S. Wade, coroner,
nnd C W. Clark, dork.
Democrats nominated for leislii.
ive, countv and judieinl offices fol fel fol
eow: Juy Clinnev nnd II. T. Hedford.
roprocntntive; .1. K. Howard, joint
rcirpsontnlive from Douglas nnd
Jncksnn; C. II. Cleaves, school super
intendent: F.. II. I.enov, clerk; Hurry
Penree, sheriff: H. T. Ashworth. ns
' se-xor. ,T. W. Hiiiiilton mill O. F.
I Slopwnrih wore imminuted for circuit
SENI 10 BRITAIN MANY NOVEL SCENES
ft 27 ;t
Huiumury Twu-bnae hit-., Suup
Koiii Hlriick out, by faster ltl, U t i
uell II; firiit on balU, off (u-lei i.
off Cornell B; wild iilch, C.uiuli, I, i
by pitched boll, Ilurpvr. Perunll, U i
on buc, Med I'oul (I, tlrmits l'.i I :
Time of pnitie, one hmir ami li!i liw
ininul.'-.. I iiii.ire. Miller.
WASIIIXdTON, Mnv 23. -Prcsi-deiil
Wilson Hcnt lo the Mute, depart
ment IimIii.v the ctuuplcled draft of the
new note to Greul Hritnin protpstinir
iiltniuM inicrfereiiee with American
mails. It was not laid before the cab
inet, hut its general terms were ex
plained. The note will be eubled to
Uaidou iiiimcdiatelv and it is collect
ed a duplicate Hill xo to the French'
HROWNSVI1.1.H. TVxHi, My 13.
Colonel Louis Moilu, ehsrgetl with
plannittc a Melru uprising in Texni,
and ViptorlHiio I'ouce, chuiKetl with
parliclputliiK Iu the wiecklng of n
tmln uesr here Inst Ottoler, Merc
shot to death when they atteiuvted to
escape from Texas Kiiiikitm lut nlulit,
acioidllii; to u rei'ort reeeicil luTc
There are several no el scenes in
troduced in "The (Jrcen Swamp," the
new Iiicc-Triunylc plav, winch will he
hhowu at the Pan' theater the lust
time tonight. There is a urand mark
ed ball, which ehows society jieople
anniMujf them-elvL'S in an unconven
tional way. Iiietead of the conven
tional dress units and stunuiuir frowns,
hundreds of men anil women onc-tf
inn! fov trot in eoM nines ot all ua
linns and nil times mid clai -. An
element of comedy enters when M.ir
erv (Bessie ItitrriacKle) dieoi-js
lier husband, Dr. Allison (llriiic Mr
Kae), in spile of his dpuT m ;in
Orient ul eoMmne of ivbee nnd li.ik,
trousers, and ntehec up to him, pour
ing out her reproaches for hi.-. kt
fidy in dnncinir twice with tho sain
woman. Thev both are o ex.-itcd
that I hey tar off their mask- and
"l.oe Will t'niupier," .i.nlu. i.l l,
Sennett, uiiil featuring' Fred f.i e. I.
U to the nii.il Tll.uule li-t"lil
SI. in. I Mil
lie. le ndllljr litl UielcilM'd lo -uch
an extent durn'if the past two years
that the predi t inn ,.f o million new
Inew lea tin-. iii-uii lnds fair to come
Itn i U' ate lighter, chcaHi' and
better limn when the fatheis of ihe
present Kcnci'utiou of uuii);hters
liiudc their wceWh tlub runs on the
old liea "falVties" oer roiuh, mi
i wu ruatls.
Alit.uM "bike" clubs are bcin
iirtt'Mliml troubicit U it use Those t.-uad .ill ,.cr the couuliv and a re
who have u4 It say the (ir-t lue m,,! r wetkl . lub runs will be m-cii
ia sulflciim to convluee uu one m , ,,ii t , aiitoiuohile roatU this
it reiirku', merit, and that within -.ii-.m.
tw.uH-four hours the niiffwer feels Tli.- I -i-U h'nl.l.er Co. of Clin ..ice
I' M . i- taking spei nil lull ii -
ill boNs' i lull. It li.is ii.M'inli , a
club elm I who is stitluij iiisiim h,.ii
ln"k- mi I'liiiniij: elubs as ,l l(
li.iiilifts. arm bands an. I (lllii-i i.uia-
. . , . ,;. without iuc- ,., inali.i, wi thu ut e ba rcc In lu. s.
in. li or unll'lile If .X ly'. falls 2. . .
to g" iii ii-oluli -.Hi t.i. il.di i J lislf.(rrt DiMwiem Siiiolle
a,- Il'he VieJuV-.-d sad Mt l'ilt Cigars
1.1' a ueW in i ion This ii . .li in.
y I. li hu " i "" llio li a ! . . J
'ill i 1 v i , lead.
, K , i . i . With The
I bat our
rvn v u ;jf
Red Inner Tubes
Imvc n worlj-wkle lepotation for durability
lor the I olio ing ir.ueiu:
S' MkKIi Rd Ruhtxt Tubf i m eemiMHMoVJ
i ill oi cffUw qmlsv-fttmc uwrtdunlt uhi(K etrrntt
.,n. ,.ua .ih4i(h iiniv w ik.wi t n,M&
jurwiv then tlHy mIiivw uvk&aady.
2nd: Michrlm Tut me sot unplv prca.
but ! I vimrvl on niij okiuIkI U
V ctMilylht muu u li)xul tha
muJ ul the ttii. Uicll
V u.J iuii'qurniiir III ir 7C
MEDFORD VULCANIZING WORKS
MicB!!n Red !unr Tulfi give thf utmoit rcouomy and satiifactiAtt,
NEW YOKK. May 23. Tho busl8t
of several thousand women hero to
attend tire 1.1th blonnlal convention
of the doneral Kedoratlon of Worn
otia' clubs aro tho rival candldatei
for thu proaldeney," Mrs. Samurl
Snoath of Tiffin, Ohio, and Mrs. Jo
slah Evans Cowles of Los Anneloa,
Cnl and their campatKn workers.
Tho election will tak, place on May
30 und thu delegatea from California
nnd Ohio will devote tho next weak
to active engineering.
Judging from the claims of tho
rival delegation the contest for the
prosldency will lino up tho east
agnlnst the west. Mrs. Snoath's
frlenda say thoy are sum of most of
the mlddlu wostoru and soiithorn
stntes, while all tho Pacific coast nnd
Itocky Mountain delegations nro
claimed by tho followers of Mrs.
Cowlos. The Atlantic coast delega
tions have not declared themselves,
howevor, and their votoa probably
will decide the contest.
Doth candidates are suffragists
and Mrs. Snoath Is vice president of
thu Suffrage association of Ohio,
Peace and prcpnrednois issues may
flguro In thu CRimialgn for thu pres
idency and conio before the conven
tion Iu resolutions.
Mrs. Cowles U chairman of tho
lonco committee of the federation and
has been active In spreading pacifist
literature throughout the country.
Mrs. Snoath is said to hu more In
clined toward preparedness,
(Tlie credentials committee was sur
prised today by the discovery that one
man Is entitled to a seat Iu the con
vention, lie Is Herschel T. Smith, of
Fulton, Ky. Ills wife is n delegate
and Mr. Smith comes as an accredit
BY SMALL MARCH
Tuxedo in sab'
Active, Clean Cut
1 oung Mem
red-blooded ycuilu he writes
about, hv. e a Itearty pan's uppc
titc for tobacco, 'lhese nica
find Tuxtdo supremely satis
fying. And they can pufF ?.my
at their beloved pipes all day
and far into the night so mild,
gentle and soothing is Tuxedo.
JAMES J. HILL RECOVERS
SLOWLY FROM ILLNESS
ST. PAFL. Minn.. .May 23. .Tames
J. Hill is reported to be recovering
slowl from an illiit . which luis kept
him at bis home si.,.ra days. Ilui
i"""1 as-oi'iati's fpf, i linn tn be at
Ills .it'tlee this week.
(HUNTS PASS, Or.. May 23.
The tomplete Josephine count vote
was as follows ;
Itepublicaii natioiuil delegates at
large: Ackerson 107, Koyd -108, Mu
land 333, Cameron 571, Carey 473,
Case 412, Fulton 512, Hawkins 303,
li..,...., .... .ioi c' ...... ii e i-.u
i iii'iMill -oi, neiill u, .-ii.'in-rr i.i.i, , . , ...
Warren 170, Wowley 311. Itepubli- Ie ?ch atJd l, yit.ilC
can natioiuil delegates, first district:
Abraham 538, Bishop 741, Calkim
584, KteevcH 453. Hopublieitn nom
inee for president : Burton 144, Cum
mins 402, Hughes 001. Pepublican
presidential electdrs; Puller 017. Cot
tel 818, 1 vanlloe 420, Keady 0S1, Muc
Jfuhoii 750, North 014, Wilson Oil).
Republican secretary of slate, Jfoores
550, Olcott 881. Republican dairy
und food commissiener: Micklc 1245.
Public service commissioner, first
district: Buchtcl 010, Campbell 004.
Circuit judge, first district: Calkins
1201. Senator, seventh district:
Lundberg 740, Smith 707. Represen
tative, seventh district : Anderson 455,
Crow 340, Voorhies 730.
Democratic national delegates at
large: Annitage 220, Bennett 224,
Crawford 237. Hollister 108, Morgan
188. Morrow 180, O'Reilly 140. Tom
liusoii 134. Democratic nntionnl del
egates, first district: Jackson 248,
Riiddant 100, Turner 313. Democratic
nominee for president : Wilson 418.
Republican prosecuting atterney:
Bluiielmrd 870, Johnson 007; demo
crat, W. T. Miller. For sheriff: Re
publican, Lewis 072, Smith 411, Jew
ell 207, White 1SS, Rundle OS; demo
crat, Russell 170, .Merrill 155; Mc
l.ane 81, Porlcr S3, Aiuwort!i 28.
Democrnts wrote in the mime of A.
C. Hough for stale senator and Dr.
Sweeney for representative.
For county comtniwMener: Savage
540, Lind 510, Duncan 222, Burke
200, Perkins 35. For corener: Lough
ridge 832, Hall 720. Treusurer: Cal
houn 015, Maxwell 044. For surveyer:
II. C. Hull, and for county siiM'rin
tendent, Lincoln Suvnge, without op
IKisition. Tho democrnts mimed R.
A. Dean for surveyor, J. G. Sewell for
Why Hmofeo Ttrt Clears
When I.a Gnnrins are only Kin.
Ft eer thing new and up-to-date in tin
Jtuili ami Silwruaie lines.
Martin J. Reddy
lli.usc of Quality, isitiirs AIw.ins Wei ome.
TU l'tiju.1 1 ttacvi for Pt and OfQHlIt
Three to five years' ageing in
wood mellows the ripe Burlcy
leaf for Tuxedo; then the fa
mousoriginal "Tuxedo Process"
takes out all the bite and abso
lutely trtvents tongue-soreness
and ' throat - irritation. The
'Tuxedo Process" has plenty
of imitators, but none has ever
Try Tuxedo you tske no risk.
Sue the guarantee in the top of the
.in. If Tuxedo i't eveiythinf it
claims to be, .'lie dealer will give
you your mor.-y tui.k.
You en buyTti&edo CTery whero
gre? n tin
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through your nailing Kinases? Or
are you compelled to take them off
every time you look off at a distance?
Then you need KRYPTOK OlMtoe.
KKYPTOK8 combine near and
far sight in one solid lena The lower
part U adapted for cloae vUitn, tho
Upper part for far vision.
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The Mnouth, een Mir' u , of KHYP
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They cannot be distinguished from
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recommend KKYPTOKS boeauso
they aro the only bifocals without
lines or blur of any klud
KYI Ml. Ill SIMJCIAMST
OKra Awsm '" 'V''
MR. FRED ALTON HAIGHT
Teacher of Piano and Harmony, composer ot "Our Navy," "A
Memory," etc. A teacher with an established reputation, who
maintains a high standard and get results through a correct di
agnosis ayd through tho application of the proper prescription to
meet te needs of each individual pupil.
SIMM Kit TK11M
HAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO
Uis.in til! (wirnell-CViv) lllilg , Phone T'J,
Thou Shalt Not Covet
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STAR Theatre Today
JOHN A. PERL
8 S. H.VKTIJ5TT
a'Uonea M. 47 IMKl 7-Ja
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