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ftrEUFOftD MAIL TRIBUNE, MTCDFORD, OKKdON. MONDAY, .JULY .1. (DIG
. PA'GE THREE
fl. Central Point, from Mwlford
to Gold Ray,
7. Gold Hill, from Gold Ray to
8. Rogue River, from Sleepy Hol
low, to County lino. ,
0. Knglo Point nnd Agnte, from
iVgato to Trail.
10. Dutte Falls, from Drownshoro
to county line.
IS DEAD AT 87
flint thero will be a pronounced
movoment of western box fruit to the
iKidtorn auction contqra nnd that such
fruit If of oxtra fancy quality will
command fancy prlcoa Is the conclu
sion drawn by Arthur M. Geary, after
an Investigation of eastern market
conditions and an Investigation of
crop prospects throughout tlto north,
woat. Mr. doary, who Is tho woatorn
reprosontatlvo of the groat oastorn
auction houses, rcturnod to Mcdford
Saturday aftor n trip through tho
Hood Hlver and Wonatchco districts.
"Indications arc that tho eastern
centers wll nlmorb a largo output, es.
peclally of pears, this year" said Mr.
(Scary. "Speculators expect to offer
cash and somo aro nlroady offering
cash for crops out horo. Such offers
at this tlmo aro an excellent Indica
tion of prevailing high prices at tho
caBtorn inarlots, as much of tho fruit
bought here for cash Is later said at
miction In tho cast. I consider that
tho growers who can afford to specu
late on tholr own crops will do unus
, Wcnatdicc Crop Largo
"Tho Wcnatchro valley have a tro
niondoiiH crop of hlgh-grado npplos.
Tho young orchards up tho Columbia
rlvor from Wonatcheo will como In
with U0O or .1000 cars as compared
lo a few hundrod In previous years.
It Is iwtliniitod that 8000 cars will bo
shipped from tho WVmatchco valley.
"The Yaklmo valley was hit hard
by float In spotH, ospoclally abovo tho
(lap, which dlvldoti tho valleys. How.
cvur, because of tho heavy bloom, tho
valley will probably ship 4000 cars
of apploi alone.
"Hood ltlver will probably ship
13,000 cars. i
"It is oslmated that 11,000 cars of
fruit will be shipped from tho north
woNt ii coutpnrod with 11,000 last
In Kiislorii Stat-
"The ct op In the middle wost and
Colorado Is short, while In New York,
.Maryland, Virginia nnd Kentucky
thero Is much fruit In sight.
"Tho Now York Department of
Markets, under Commissioner .lohn II
Dillon Is beginning ti campaign for
increased shipments of Now York
barrel npplos to the fruit auctions
throughout tho oast. II. Harris &
Co., of Tloston have also ontorod the
bar nil field Mud will soil New Kng
laud barrel apples at auction this
whiter. In spite of the barrel apple
movement It Is thought by dealer
that western box apples, extra fancy,
of the hlghCHt finality, will continue
to command high prices during tho
coining j car"
LONDON', July :. The London
jmiMsrs in their eilitotinlm deal with
the munition on the Hritinli Trout in
soinewlint renerved fashion, some of
them pointing out that it in not ot
known whether tli'm i reully the Inns
awaited "liijr puh," or only another
feint in greuter foiee than any of the
previous movements. The Kxpresu
"The war has enteied n fresh, nnd
probably the hist, phase. Our lumen
may well he high, hut our patience
Tho Daily News says;
"Tho fact that Germany linn lost
the offensive does not mean Unit she
is not still a formidable foe. e can
not tell what her temper may be un
der the hIiikIow of defeat whether
she will fight to the Inst niteii or
seek to save the utmost from the
wreckage. It ih enough to know that
tho great eurrenl of the war has
changed and that, humanly Kpeuking',
thero is no power visible that enn
turn the current hack into Die old
ehnnnels. The end may still he fnr
off; wo cannot tell. Hut today we
know that victory is imsured."
The Jlorning- Post suys:
"The task (onfroiihiij the allies is
long, hloody nnd difficult. The peo
ple at home must steel tliemsehes to
the painful fact thnt the offensive
must involve heavy low. Tho end
is not in sight, hut the thing: must
be fought to a finish, and we shall
see to it that the sacrifice are not
Tho Daily Mnil declares that tho
allies' offensive is the surest nnd
quickest way to victory.
"Prussian ambitions," it suys, 'Van
never he broken on French or Ifus
siuii soil. Oennauy kept the honors
of war from Oennun soil nnd in HihI
fnet is its great sitenftlli. We can
never rognnl this wnr ns won unless
the avenging' sword of (ho allies is
thrust far into the heart of the (ler
AT PAGE MAI
IlesKie ilNrriscMlc is announced for
todHv nnd tomorrow in n Fourth of
July photo feature, "Mullets nnd
Drown Kyo." ' HnrriscHle of the won
drous oyen nnd tfiwioiis ways, so
wantonly feminine at one moment, mo
o.(iiUitcly ho at another, a dainty,
yielding exponent of iion-rouiMHiico
in the pruaonco of assertive man, a
oMiuiK sehumer behind his hack,
withal tender in liu worst oxtroiuit''
she imporsnntatcri, not no much this
or that individual member of her hu.,
hut the mx itself. In thnt art she i
MlttMwt supreme, one of the most 10
markable soreon Hetieeai of toduv
m effeetive in certain roles as to he
in a class by hot-aolf.
"Mullet and Drown Hyes" presents
other merits than those of IlMiiiwalc.
It is a romantie drama of modern
war, with finely conceived eomwli,
relief, the whole lining rendered pleas-
)Hjr and effective by hh Bettings,
Mirriuir bnttlo seeues and elovor act
ing. In tho last named division,
DtMaiio Darrifeeule, who, a Countess
Ohjra, proves eoncliisively that bul
lets aie no umteh for brown eyes.
A lolhckiutr Triangle Keystone
comedy entitled "A Village Vampire"
with KiiniiY Fred Mace as the wrtun,
will la. another frutiire on the bill at
thu s.pulnr photo theater.
SALE OF WINES
Albert Morluo, Oil yonrs old, a woll
known fnrinor of Sams Valloy, coin
mltlod sulcldo In tho Sacrod Heart
hospital nt 7:lfi o'clock yostorday
morning, sevoilng his Jugulnr voln
and tachoa with ono stroke of his
raror. Mr. Morino Is an undo of
Mrs. Horace Polton of Sams Valloy.
Mr. Morino wns confluod to tho
hospital with cancor of tho faco. Al
though tho cancer had not reached
tho flnnl stngos and thero was no ox-
tornrll opening, ho realized that his
caso wns Incurable Ho hnd been
at tho hospital twlco before, In tho
last year. During tho wlntor ho wns
opornted on for the cancer and last
spring ho wns confined In tho con
tagious ward with an attack of ory
slpolas for four wooks.
At 2 o'clock Sunday morning ho
asked Miss Kkron Gall, the nurse in
attendance, to bring htm his razor so
that ho might shave tho first thing In
the morning. She refused to got It
nt that hour and told him ho might
hnvo it In tho morning. During tho
night ho soemed a llttlo restless, but
showed no signs of mental aberra
tion. In the morning tho nurse brought
him a bnslu of water at 7 o'clock and
left to attend to her duties In other
wards. At 7: IB she wns called by
Harold Waltomolr, a boy of 15, tho
other occupant of tho ward. Sho
found Mr. Morino breathing his last.
Tho boy was separated from Marino
by n screen mid his first Intimation
that thoro was anything wrong enmo
with hearing tho dying man gasping.
It Is supposed that Mr. Morlne, who
hnd boon In tho habit of dressing and
shaving himself, rose when tho uurso
failed to bring him tho razor with
the basin of water and procured It
from the pocket of his coat In tho
locker outside tho ward.
Mr. Mnriue had showed no sign of
dospondency, 'lacing ns cheerful ns
most patients. Ho was very uncom
municative having never spoken to
(ho boy In tho ward with him, al
though thoy had beou together seve
ral da) a. One reason for his silence
lay la tho fact that ho wns very
As far as can bo lenrnod, tho do
ceasod left no relatives except his
nelco, Mrs. llorac I'elton. Ills parents
died, ho told ono of the nurses, when
ho was only eight years of ngo. He
had been In the hospital since the
afternoon of Juno 2(1.
NKW YORK, ,lul :i. Mrs. Uettv
Oieeii, known us the wealthiest worn
mi, who was eighty years old, died
here todny. She hnd suffered tlueo
strokes of paralysis in tho last two
mouths mid for several weeks had
been prneticully helpless.
Her death ocennetl at 8:05 o'clock
at the home of her sou, Colonel Hd
ward II. It. Green, adjoining the plain
brick four story house on the cor
ner of Central Park 'Went, Avhore
Mrs, (liven had lived lately in so-
elusion, except for her son and sev
eral, .lapaneso servants mid trained
For several weeks Mrs. (Ireen hnd
been nimble to walk nnd had spent
practically all of her time in a wheel
chair. The nurses occasionally lift
ed her info her automobile, where
propped up by pillows and protected
by furs, the mistress of fuintico en
joyed u few afternoons in the paik.
Most of the time, however, she sat
in the wheel chair nt one of the fiout
windows of her home mid xurcd over
Her son, Colonel Oreen, and her
daughter, Mix. Matthews Aster
Wilks, who wore the only children,
had been with her much of the lime
and it was recently rcorlcd thnt
.Mrs. (Ireen hail turned over nil of her
financial uffuirs to her son.
Wall sheet's usliinnte of Mm.
Green's fortune mne from .fliO.OOO,
000 to $100,000,000. Officials of
the Chemical National bank, in which
Mrs. Green made her downtown hond-'
quarters, declined to hazard a guoss
concerning the sire of her ostntc.
JMCTItOGHAD, .luly 2, via London,
July 3.- Tho prohibition bill imwod
by tho diima, which on first analysis,
was generally Interpreted as embrac
ing all kinds of alcoholic drinks, now
has been found to contain nu unpub
lished clause which makes an excep
tion of wines not containing more
than twolvo per cont of alcohol. Tho
bill as original)- published would
hnvo meant ruin, to tho Immoiiso vino
yard Istorosts of south Husslu, tho
Crimen and tho Caucasus.
RftlftH nt Mm nvpnnfml u'ltinii u-lll a
nnrmltln.1 In wlnn i.rn.lnnlnir .ll.lrlnt. i "' ',,v, w'if" '"l r 'lilll II.
and In towns of other regions ovcopt ' ( 'Mi,lk '!"',' "f '",,r,,,I,,! ? ,K- J
Alter iiihiiv years of patient nuf
ft'iin' Levi M inkier passed nway
peacefully at 1 o'clock Sunday morn
ing1 at the family residence on K.
1 ltd stieet. lie wns born in New
York state Aug. 7. 18ft I. lie euiiie to
Lltosehuiy, Ore., with his family in
lbHIl, where he lived until he came
to Mcutord ears hko
local, option declares other-
Harbor shops will bo opon until 0
o'clock p. in, tho 3rd and closod all
day tho 4th.
Why Kmoko Ilk Cigars
When La Gondas nro only 10c
ATHENS, July .1. Fresh fuel has
been given to tho flames of political
discord which nro blazing throughout
Greece, by a dispatch from Saloslkl
stating that a number of Greek offi
cers hnvo sacked tho offices of a uows
papor Inthnt city and moi tally wound
ed the editor. Tho editor's offense Is
said to have been tho publication of
alleged revelations regarding the sur
render of Fort llupsl to tho Ilulgar-laus.
ChniniiHii I). M. Lowe of the Coun
ty Fair o-xliihit committee niinnunees
the following eoiiceining oounly, dis
trict mid exhibits:
All exhibits in this class must have
been grown in Jackson county, and
will include nil the products of the
orchard, field and fiirut, and should
constitute the follewing:
Hurley, not limn thnu two varieties.
Deans, not less than two varieties.
DeOts, not less thnu half a bushel.
Cabbage, celery, kale, egg plant,
melons, fiuits, nil kinds,
Clover seed, corn in oar, 1'J enrs
ouch variety, not lens than f vuiie
tics. Irish potatoes, II vnriulios, ntio
Oats, !1 vuriotiet.
Onions, it vuriotiop, one fouith
bushel ouch variety.
Peas, 2 varieties.
Il.vo, one variety.
1ieat, winter mid spring, not les
than 11 vnrietie.
TiiriiiM, '2 vn riot uw.
Cnrrots, 2 vurietlos.
Oilier vegetables for u creditable
Fruits and vegot allies in season.
Apples, penches, penm, gmpen, mel
ons, squush and pumpkins, each for a
The above enumeration is intend
ed merely us a suggestion mid is pot
u full list.
Scores for Kxhlhlts
Kuch exhibit seorimt (in points will
leceive $25, and the one scoring- high
est number of points $TiO, provided it
scores 80 points or more.
Any district exhibit must score (1(1
point to receive premium money.
Canned mid preserved fruits mid
vegetables will score ns fruit mid
vegetables. The following seme will
Garden products . 1.1 points
Orchard . . .......... in points
Field products, including-
ATHI4N8, July . The ministers
of tho entente allluM have presented
a doiuand to the government for the
dismissal of III police agents In
Athens who are accused of activity
against the luteiests of the entente.
RUSSIANS DESTROYING ,
BLACK SEA FLEET
Smith, of Talent; Mrs. J. W. Adams,
Mr. Wo I?. DeUemer, Mrs. C. II.
Mean, all o Seattle.
David Miukler, a brother, lives in
All were at his hcdidc.
Funeral services were held at
Weeks A: McGowan's chapel, Mondn
iiileiuoon, the Itev. Smith olfieiating.
Interment in 1. O. (). F cemetery.
34EXICO CITY. June 3 President
Wilson's speech before the press club
bM made a deep Impression here and
la lbs subject of general comment.
Taa papers print la large type the
tatement of the president that the
American people do not want -war
and that he is not the servant of
those who il-irp to Increase their
It's the uniform unva
rying heat of a Reed oil
stove, and the perfect
control, that keeps the
juices in that pro
serves the savory
goodness of the moat
and givos that evon
brownness all over.
tastier f oasts
PKTKOOHAD, July :i. - Russian
toipedo honth destroyed " I ciieuiv
sailing vcmncIk hi the I thick cu near
the Anatolian cia-t on June JO, mi.Vn
an official -tatenn ut.
Ten pel cent will be deducted fol
Fut Hex for district exhibits must
be made to insuie plane by Septem
The following will constitute Ihe
1. AhIiImiiiI, from oouuty line to
'2. Talent, from l-'mderick to Stev
.'I. Phoenix, to Medford eoiporn
tiou. 1. Applegale. from Itueli locounty
line, down Applegate.
5. Jacksonville, from Medl'oid to
The man on the left: "I
never had a better smoke ! "
The man on the right: !!!!!
What's the reason ?
The reason goes deep, my
friend. Goes right back to
long-leaf filler and careful
curing. Goes right back to
square-end shape that make
the even-burning cigar draw
freely and burn evenly. And
that cigar is the OWL.
You know now that a
true -burning cigar is not a
matter of price. It's a matter
of dependable workmanship
of known and established
quality. It's a matter of
And when it comes to
reputation, you can't beat
M. A. GUNST & CO.
a cleaner, cooler
kitchen, and lest
'L Jl,esl J r
AH the convenience of
gas. Cooks everything
any wood or coal range
will cook, but keep
ifaur kitchen cool
The long blue chim
neys do away with a 1
smoke and smell. In 1,
2, 3 and 4-burner sizes,
ovens separate Also
cabinet models with
Kueles Cooking Ov
ens. Ask your deaier
j j i
4 Hours Performance Every Day
Performance Starts at 1:30
and Lasts Until 5:30 Each Day
Admission to the Grounds, including Grand Stand Seat
Admission to the Grounds, including Bleacher Seat .
Children Under 12 Years of Age, Half Price
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