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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1916)
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R1EDF0RD JMAIL TRIBUNE
AN INPRPENPRNT NKW'BPAPBIt
PUBl.IilllSU UVBiir AKTBrtNOON
JKCBPT BUNDAT II V TUB
MBDFOim vniHnjfo CO.
Office Mali Tribune Uutldlnv, U-ll-19
Nerth Fir tret; telephone 7.
Thn Deraecretla Time.
Mall, the ttertfonl Trllmrte
era brROnln, The Ashland TrlbuiHt.
aBOIIQR l'UTNAM, IWItor.
8ne year, by mat.
no month, by mall
Itr sisaia, niwrm ay earner
mm natural point
year ...... l.s
Official IHsper of the City of Hertford.
OFflalal Pnnar nr Jaekann County.
Knlernd aa aeronrt-elnaa matter at
Medofd, Orcsron, under the act of March
Saturday only, by mat), par year.
worn Circulation for lull 1416.
Kull leaned wire Aaaoelnted I'rees dln
I " 7faeaea n WM-aawM '
CANNERS OFFER ""
FOR PEAR CROP
S EI ROLLER 0
0. 0. P.
IJbby, McNeil & MMiy, tha Inr
oat oaniiors in the world, who eon
tainplnto orcctitntn large cannery at
.Mdtlfunl noxt aenson, urn anxious to
naoartaJn tliH penr neroajte they enn
swjHre on ifev-year contracts nt .f.'IO
it' (on, luuhidlnjr everything 2j
iliuho In dlniiiotor mid hIiovo.
It is too Into to oreet t Iih cannery
Hit season, mill this yonr's crop
would lio shipped to California for
muiiiliif, Hiitl tlio factory ho orcotod
in time for no.vt season's output.
Oruhaidlsta willing to offer acre
age are rnnuiHtttd to sign up nt tlio
Commercial club building, niton tlio
jigrufcnoiit tHnl the ooiniwnv urcet tlt
mniHorr next yanr. Speedy action in
desired, mill fruitgrowers are to
iHtmteA to net tin- fnit of the week.
BILL AT PAGE TONIGHT
"lli Picture in llif I'iiwi-," u five
reel Kint1 Ait play wlnili (tH-iii'il ut
th I'Htrc ytittnluy, ih h ili'lmhllul
"OHMdy aaitel nictilv bulmn'ctl, tluniifli
i Would b difficult to timl un uclor
who tKMtld Maciftcafull t-nrrv tlu
Wading role n di' DoiikIu" l'i'
ImuiIcm. 1IU iMiNonftlitv i" no ull-Mr-Vkdinir
tbut lit i 'ike the mm whrn it
rtna ia n aky of morning atarx, the
liirbCLy wbitih oa of them kIow, tin
Ibrht wtikb cauacM tht'iii all to fnili'.
Il ia apkarntly in a uIuhh all by
klroavlf, al otto nn athlete of re
aura and darlotr, and a aubtla in
(rpreter of tha nmniiiiir ide of hu
jMk ftatun a rvalai n evorvdav
(fafteaca by plain ordiuury mau at
lattntinK to h a god.
The play not only afford bim juat
to aort of otrjort unity that anil a hix
qa)hicntioii, hut it in IiIrIiIy iiipmi
joua, pltivpriy ronatructcd and u work
nf art ia tlaatf.
Willi Collier, another famed com
jMliaa, nvr apiwaivd to huppier iid
vantavc than that of the nrt lutloiit
in the rtitreamiuir TriaiiKle-K-.oii'
tte, "Itottar Ute Than Ncmt."
This great fumed v hill, filled with
oontuiuoua fun and itood Immor, it
Itaaled urnin tomifht.
The tenni-nd!pr of the 0. 0. P.
I'oiinlv niiicliiiK' iiriuhel nlonjf mer
rily orr the proalrnte forma of the
iir-nrKont and inridmtnllv flnttencd
out the aa)dratiotifl of Editor Pert It.
(Ireer of Aahland Tidinpa, nt the first
meeting of the new eniinlv eontrnl
(oiNiiiillee Friday, A detonniixid ef
fort to defeat the old rnmtnlttuo nt
tlie )irimariiH fulled, mid u juerriln
rally organired by the sometime pro
hibition, aomelime ileinoernt, aome
tiine bull mnoae atn aoinctime repub
lican Aahlnnd editor fniled to capture
the mmt of Clminimn Hurt Andcr
Mm and Htnte (Toniiuilteuiuaii S. S.
Smith, both of whom won out in tlio
pritnurit'H ami in tlie committee by a
ole of two to one.
There wn n good attendance of
committeemen, thirty-eight being
present, and proxies represented ton
inure, which wore allowed it vote.
The following officer were eleeted:
County eliiiirnmn, Ilert Antiunion;
Hccretary, Ralph Hardwull; treas
urer, J, (). IftHAOMftU.
Kxeeutivti eommilteo 0. C. lhKt"i
I r. Ilollia, C. I). Iloon, Bedford; T.
IT. Himiwon, Fred P. Holme, AhIi
land; A. J. Smith, Gold Hill; 1). V.
HiiKHhnw, JnekHonville; It. K. Itobin
1.011, Talent; ". S. Hammond, Grif
State committeeman, S. S. Smith
Cnngreaaionnl eommitteoinnn, V H.
I,mkin of AhIiIhihI.
The members of the executive
committee are to bo vieo-ohnirmon,
excepting in Med ford and Aahlaud,
where one member from oaeh plncc is
to ho ehoaen by tlio other members.
fipceclien were made hv Caudldntea
Hoherta, Wilaon, (lardner and flroer.
CAIll) )V TIIAXKK
Wn wlih to thank our ninny frloiulH
mid iinlKbtiorM In both Hiimmerlniid,
Calif., and MqiUonl for their klntl
noas and yniiHtliy durttiK the lllueea
am! dontli of our beloroil mother,
Charity Iflmmollne llnlley,
T. V. IIAfXHY & FAMILY,
(of SimimorlBiid. Calif.)
It. II. IIALLICY & FAMILY,
lV. L. IIALLKY A FAMILY,
I. J. IIALLKY AM) FAMILY,
(of MtNlford, Ore.)
Grants Pas will piny Modfonl in
this citv tomorrow aftenioon in what
protniai! to be one of the bet ball
gnmeM of the, neanon and before what
the hall management hope will be
the bent attendance of tlio year. So
far Medford fans have boon more in
terested in the weather and Ashland
mrk than in the ball team, and it N
earnently prayed they will rouse from
(heir coma and be present in the
Dewpito the lukewnnnodnoaa of the
fan, the (earn ia at a higher pitch
thnii over before, the infield being
the bet in (he history of tlio city,
with Wilson on first, Mllos on second,
Scholtz nt short and Mo ran at third.
Tho gentlemen, besides being nblo to
stop the hall, nre all hitting.
Medley or Hiss Castor will pitch for
jModford. All of the torn have been
fpmetieiiig faithfully (his week.
The Grants Pass loam has been
strengthened for the inimo tomorrow,
and will he accompanied by n largo
delegation of motors. A week from
Sunday Medford will play Klamath
Falls at Klamulh Falls, nnd tho wcok
after thai (earn will play in this city.
Then will come the big games of the
year Medford V". Weed at Ashland
during the Fourth of July celebration.
i.ii -. nrn-
Wf Goiai some!
I 1 1
FANNIE WARD AT
Fannie Ward, (he iliHtiuguihed
Luskv star, has proven herself to ho
one of the moat versatile actresses
on Hie stage or screen. In "Tennes
see's Pnrduer," her third appearance
under the direetiou of tho Lnsky
company, she is ween in the title role,
Hint of a girl of 1(1 in the curly days
of California and those who have had
the deanure of witnessing tho pre
sentation of this splendid picture, all
assert that it is tho best work Miss
Ward haa yot done.
Her instinctive love for hor unrec
ognized mother and her broken-hcurt-
ed attitude al the abienco of her
"daddy" when she has traveled all
the way to Handy liar to ee him for
the first time in her life, are but some
of the gripping moments in this fa
This sKeeial production will he the
offering at the Star theater today
Mra. Irene iHitncn nunmineei that
tone Is oraunlsliiK class of flvo or six
miulla at 76 cent au hour Kacli pupil
will receive a certain amount of In-
ttlvlduul piano Instruction from whleh
lb other mom ben of the olasa will
profit. Kuitluieulal harmony ear train
ing ant) sight-reading will slao be In-
'clitdftd. In this way tho pupil will got
a thorough and general knowledge of
mnale and may aaeorulu waatner bo
or ah has sufficient talent to Justify
Class loHlona stimulate Interest ami
encourage the pupil In more eonseleu-
tloita homo practise, thereby relieving
tho parsnta of mueh reapoaaiblltty
This elasa system Is stnploy.d In the
largo conservatories of both Knro'iu
and America. C'asse now orguilcl
(hose deslilmc to ,on uiu ipiily to'
Mrs Uascs f" U.-on . r fu.Uier li j
i '.malum at lci- Mtttlio lit llciiienl
AporimentH, e,ro"r Weal Mi'U .o'.ij
QllllH'o streets. Prone sti "
TOO I,ATK TO UI.KHIIY.
FOK KXCMANrilc''"' " Washington
ilslr.v ranches from $ C r 0 to Mf,
000 for ranches here. 10 acre
Improved In 8ams valley. $6000.
lor Medford property; SO acres Ir
rlgatod $3(100, for Medford reil
tlenea; business property and mer
chandise stock oasteru WashliiK
ton, $ IS. 000, for close In acreage.
Clark Realty Co., ion I'hlppi bldg.
FOIt SALIO Or exalmime, 11 1 Ford
teHrtag ear awly; will take road
ster body and cash. II. U. Hcholi.
FOK 8ALK 18.000 celery plants,
three belt varieties Phono 027-X
Mm Win. Bain. WYM Clark st. 60
JOHN A. PERL
ba s. nAUTi.iirr
rtiontMi M. 17 and 47-JJ
Atitomobllo lloarHO 8orlro
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for the best photographic materials.
We are proud to handle Ansco goods,
because they never disappoint.
Long experience has revealed to the
Ansco Company the best materials,,
the proper formulas for taking and
printing perfect photographs.
Come in, and let us demonstrate the
strong points of the superb Ansco
the amateur camera of professional
quality, priced from $2 up. Let us
show von Ivautiful nicttires taken on
famous Ansco Film, developed with Ansco Chemi
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You'll be surprised and delighted. Come in TODAY.
SUIWUI) llollll. 0M- I Hill III .ill M III.
ft L g a
DeveSHg ami IMrt&g
10,000, 15,000, 20,000 -not
at all uncommon perform
ances for Savages. Do you get mi
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Comparison o one Savage on
your car with three of other
makes is a sure way to become
a Savage booster. Try it.
Have you used a xieTv Grafinitc
'Tube? Users like the new Sav
age Tube as well as they do
Savage Casings more can not
be said of it.
lie Nat Plunge fan
A Five-Piece Orchestra
for the Dance
Single Dance 10c
C. E. GATES
Better lighted windows sell
At no increased cost for current
you can make your show windows
just Pivice as bright as they now are.
And without the ulare which hurts people's
eyes and really drives them away.
The Show Window Searchlights .
nre the moit powerful reflectors made and they l.ut
indefinitely. They hide the glaring lamp, and on
account of their scientific design, concentrate all the
liftht on the mercliandite on display. None it
wasted on the ceiling or sides of the wiudow nor
on the sidenalk.
These reflectors are the standard for window
lighting. Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, used
1500 X-RAY Reflector ronttantly for thirteen
year and when a fcv of these Merc tested by diiin
terested engineers in Cleveland itwa found tl.ey
liad not lost one in-r cent in reflecting cfTuicncy.
X-RAY Reflector aie the only pure iilvcr
plated reflector hi'h lost indefinitely.
We'll how you X-RAY lightingany evening
)"ou say In your own windows. Nothing will con
vince you more qnii kly of its wonderful tuperiont)
It rt a necessity to any merihant. Phone us. &X
for boollet, "Show Window Scarcldight: "
PAUL'S ELECTRIC STORE
1 -. 'l frm ihl '
ST5i A W.Tn, JPdsLi?4atSin!hV1
BJm LUWLER 1
ASHLAND LITHIA PARK
MDA Y 3 p.
Park Brilliantly Lighted
for Evening Pleasures
Children's Play Grounds, Tennis, Croquet,
Hundreds of Picnic Tables
Ml'".. .. ." "- 'a' : IM
FATHERS AND MOTHERS
Von. vlu are vltaly Intereated In the welfare of your chil
dren, could you do anythluK better for your boy or ulrl
than eaeoursKlnx them to be thrifty ditrlus; the formatlvu
I't.iod of tholr lire the school period? Now that the
rmiilii sehoolt aio co-operating, whv not bejln to eucour
ase tl.oiii to saris their pennies, nlcksl and dimes In tha
MtvinK iltpartiaeiit of the
OVER 92 YCARS UNDER OMt MANAaCMCNY
Irrigation Is P
, You can raise some crops ovary year and all crops some
years without irrigation. But if you want to raise all crop
every year you should irrigate. The value of any crop avay
year can bo increased 50 to 500 per cent by irrigation.
If you have water supply from well, creek or stream, we
can supply you with electric power for pumping. On re
ceipt of information card we will be pleased to make you
estimate of cost.
California -Oregon Power Company
lilt West Main Street
Xhoue XC8 aiEDFORD, OREGON
jMje;$: ,.f ,.,