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MEDFORD MALL TRTBrOT, MTCDFORD, OREdOX, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1016
HEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INDnrENDRNT NUWHPAPKn.
PUUMHlUSI) HVKIIY ArTttllNOON
KXCKPT HUNDAY IIY TUB
MBUFOnp 1'IUNTINQ CO.
Offlcft Mall Tribune Uiilldlrifr, 2S.J7-2J
North Fir street; telephone 75.
The Democratlo Times, the Modfonl
Moll, The Medforil TrlbilHe, The Routh
ern OrggonUn. The Anhlnnd Trlbunn.
OEOltaK I'UTNAM, iwitor.
One yMir, by tnfth IS 00
Ono month, by mull 60
Ter month, ilsltvsrml by oarrlor In
Mwlford. I'honlx, Jnoknonvltle
and Central Point .60
Ratnrday only, by mail, rr year..- J.OO
Weekly, por year...- , ,, , 1.60
Official l'armr of (he City of MmUai-iI.
Offlolftl taper of Jackson County.
F.nterrd an neoonil-olaas matter at
Meilfnrd, Oregon, under the aet of March
Hworn Circulation for loll tilt.
lull linnfd wire Associated I'rsss die-patrhf-K.
lllHiii)(iln(m'nls of Hie Movies
f!coio In front of the poster be
fore n motion jitcturn theater. 1'os
tor ahow terrifying criminal In llirso
('liHtci A vory little lioy.
Anothor v. I. I).
I'lrat I.lttlo Hoy (who tlhln't son
show) Jlinfur! I'll bet It's groat.
toco nil l.lttlo lloy (who has Just
noon snow) Aw, It Hlii't much.
Writ I,. . Woll, (liiy (tut lilin In
tlio olaotrle alinlr, don't they?
fbcontl h. II. Sure, but thoy don't
nlibtt you that.
Hint to Kooklim
Don't my, "Hollo Colonel," lo the
romnutiider of your roilinont, ovon
Jf your father wan tho lilMast rus
tomor of IiIh Krttlil and food itloro
Only motion plcturo actors anlnto
with tho palm of tho hand out and
tho lit tin flnftor oxtondfld an If thoy
woro drinking a cup of ton.
TIioho nlcn, nolntoil, lURhoKnny-tan
uliooa that looknd 10 smart with your
IokkIub will innko your font muart If
you try lo hllut In them.
Don't havo u tailor rorut your
klinkl uniform so that It will Ht llho
tho iMiper on the wall. Ileinomuor
lchakl shrlnka after tlio rirat wash
liifC and thern aro few tailor south
of tho Kto Oraiula to "let out" asnms.
I 'on 1 1 I'roni KiikIMi I'ross IViim
"It la a reasonable conclusion from
thoae facta that the attack iupihmIuk
that It Bhuuld actually hare taken
place, Iim already been made." The
I'ntfltlont Do I'iuIo
"Ilefore we are through with It w
may ho ahllged to have a war out
right with Meilcti, tiecauae the defac
to goTernmeut la none too friendly
to in." Ilournemonth Otiardlau.
Tho DMiiililhK' AmiiI(Ii
"Oulshta Dublin the country is
tranquil. Mr. AsmuIUi and three
minor casta of (ilatnrnaiire are 10-
l'lty tho Poor- Ho of War!
"Two ladlea obliged to remain In
fnrnlshed bouae, Ikiuriietnout, In fur
nl.hxd houae. flountsmout, till let.
offer free weekly accommodation to
middle-aged healthy lady and dog In
difficulties through war." The Cam
Tho Vlliil (,iKv.(liiii
In ltw How many Nilles will it
go ail hour?
In 1111 Mow many milea will It
go on a gallon of gaaultue? -Cornell
BY U. S. OFFICERS
WASHINGTON, July 10. The
fnt that lHinnliiie; officers found the
Oennan merchant annniarine
t)piitchlnnl wholly unnfmwl tfisn fnr
toward imtlifyinr any t"'n" a
to her atatua nn n mereliaul ahip in
OffiHaN rpnliae, however, Hint the
Mritihh and French einlmaeiea, while
inlerealfd little in wlmt the
DculHclilnud line hroutthl over, arc
concerned over the cnrjio of iiibhcr
and nickel hIio iiroimaen to carry
hack to nennany, and exftecl tlmt
nolhiiiK will ho left' undone liv Oor
mnuyV encmioe to prevent or hin
der her clearance
Althiiiivli the fact thill tliu auh-incr-iblo
ia unnnncd in of firet im
IHirlHiice, eiieli fuctora mh the com
poMition of the crow and actiml own
erMliip will liuvii to lie eetnhliNheil to
determine whctlinr the aiiliiiiuriiic
could he clMHuificil iim ii navy aux
iliary, Naral officer, while attracted by
the treat nio of tho aiibmarinu und
her Iohk vovflgo, conaidiir the fact
that Mho aiicceaafully ran the allied
blnckailo nttrnota tlieln moet. Some
of tlinm pointed mil (hat If n euc
cftaaful incaiiH of running a blockade
had been per fee led, one of the iiiuhI
potent nieHHiircH of warfare had be
come a thintr of the imat.
I'ntll the cnatouiN officials' rejwirt
la received, Actinic Kenretnry folk
Maid today no action ia coutumplatud
by the elate department.
Mr. I'olk anid Hint for the lime lie
intr ul leiiMt, detailH of itiMpecliou of
the Huhmuriiic were within the juris
diction of the IrciiMiirv department,
aided poNHiblv lv the navy department.
ARGUMENTS IN COLORADO FRUIT
WAIKKOAN, J II.. July 10.- Kit
Kcne M. (iinyard, niekiriv the dpciiinic
atxuiiicnt for the state loday in tbc
trial of Will If. Oq.et. chanced with
the rtinrrlor of JIarlon lumber!, tlc
clart'd OrpeCwaa a rfttlleh yitll, vain
and Irfthont character. Ilia motive
forjhe murder were plain, according
to the attorney, ami hi- every act
from the alibi letter to hie flight from
Helm'rt wnmln oh I-'clirnary II. leaving
Marion'e body in the now, a jcnilty
aet. '.Miuiiui, who hnd ilovcd and
trHatctl ami been betrayed was now in
bia way. Her c.voeure meant ex
jioaiiro lo Orjicl.; ehe nUhhI in the
way of hit career, and In the wnv of
Ilia iiiiirriiiue to Cclcatia Ymiker, .Mr.
Hunyard aaaorteil. On the idher
Imnd, he conlinticil, Marion had ev
er v reaaon to live and in every aet
to the moment of her death Jruvc ev
ery eviduiiee that ahe did. She plan
ned to k to college. At her birth
day party, February (I, alie waa the
jmyeat of the cay, according to ev
ery girl pieent, aavo one Joiiili
When wile indt Orpet h)ic lind lior
aidiool hooka under her arm, ready
BY HEAVY FROSTS
fl O. Morrlnon, aHnlnnt rommlH
alounr of horticulture of the atato of
Waihlugton hna made the follow Inn
aummary of fruit prnipocta of tho
tale for the Krult (Irowera iiKency,
allowing a total ontlmatod crop of
1 R , y t 5 cara of apple and 123!) enra
The yield by dlitrlcts Is oetlmatml
iWenatrhee district, TS10 cam ap
dea, IK0 cam peara. '
iVaktma district, 7006 cars applea,
K3X can Mara.
Walla Walla dlatrlot, ROB cam ap
plea, IS cara pears.
Spokane district, 1000 car apple.
Clark, Skamania and KUekltat
couutlea, if 5 oars apple, lf cara
OLYMl'iA, u . Juh 10 The
OOMltty ttullioitllt'H urrt-atcd ('lieatcr
llatentau, the chauffeur, who In dltcg
od to have carried lo Chehalls lu UN
oar, John P. Ullliea, former itlaliu
gnt of the atalti Industrial roiu
BUasiou. cvuvtctsd of forgery and
ttllifylug public records, aad ilcno
Itebrta, acused of a statutory of
fHW, after they had saved their .v
ont of the county Jail. It hex hetu
learned that Uatsmau's paanrj,
who were dreased as women and who
ware taken from Mr, amies' home, a
ItlUBk from the jail, purchal tick
o(As)i Chehalls to 81. Johns, a iin,r
of I'ortlaud. Deleitlves are truin,;
tlltf fugitive Mrs. tllllles. Mho a
arrestod last night, sticks to Inr
story that she kucw nathlug of tl.
ogenoo. luuni n sgye ho enrrlcd two
iMasengers tlred as uoMen fioin
(lie milieu' hm to tht rsllroaos 1
Hon at Clieliaita. e
AL SATHER 10 PLAY
. AT THE PAGE TONIGHT
The Pane oil its a tine double bill
iH'lilllK llu atteinooii. All lidded
La It motion in the WahiuKtou Trio,
ooinpHe of A I Sat her, formerly
hianuger of the Star then let-, Frank
tiux ami Kalith (lawuhwk, vocaliatx.
"Tliey are sure to fiud iuatant fuvor
with I'iiuc aiidiencen today and to
morrow. A tory of advunce,!
thought is the Tnanglc phHlnetiou,
"A Moral Fnlirlr," from the nm of
('. Oarilner Sullivun, and will present
n it star Krnnk MIIU, the noted
legitimate actor who ul ready hax Itoeii
-con on the Triangle progmin with
llektie Harrioiilc in "The Hidden
flaw" and with Mary Holnml and
Willmd Meek in "The Kdgc of the
.l " ll i- a poworl'ul tlcalmonl of
vo ealleil ":iil .mood liuillght," which
pul the elaiuiH of love before llinsc
of uiorulity. ApM'urinir Aitli Mill
lire Howard Uiokinan and Idilh
ltccc, the luller a newcomer to tho
The Ke.xxtoni' ii n delightful two
reel comedy called "The Love Riot"
and i- hlartlwu, -iiaip and up to
the li III lit'.
preparation of a girl walking know
ingly to her death? And Orpet?
Were hit irewrationH for the meet
ing equally jnnoeent? They wore
not, but bore every imprint of an
elaborate plot to ooap curiae
ipieueea of the crime on which he
Mr. Itiiuynrd pointed to the rum
pled bed at Mndieon, meant to de
ceive hie landlady na to hia eccrct
trip und, hn the uiimt guilty net of
all, to the alibi letter to Marion
und Ilia mother.
"How in tho name of roneou are
ye lo account for the letter lo Mar
ion?" Miiiil Mr. Itiiuynrd. "JiiHt m
Hiiro iih Marion ltmlieil liex in her
grave, lie kuiw hIio would never read
it, and he did know it would be read
by tlio-e who iufiiircd iulo her denlli.
"When Hint impiirv 'iih made he
wauled it to uppear Hint In1 wax at
Tho Krult and Produce amoclatlon
ban received the fqllowlng from tho
Krult Oro&ers Agency, conccrnlnK tho
Colorado fruit crop and cannory
"Thru courtesy of ono of tho mom
bora of the agency, wo furnluli tho
following oxtract from a ldtter Just
reeelvod from tho aaloa manager of
the Grand Junction Fruit Growers'
"Xoarly all Colorado districts were
hard hit by frosts during the spring.
Our Information Is that there will be
no ntorchantnhlo npplos go out from
Olny Springs or Manzanola. Thnso
aro points east of I'ueblo. We ostl
muto not ovor fifty cara of npplos
from Canon City, about twenty-flvo
from Montroao, none from Farming
ton, and four hundred from Delta
county, nnd probably fifteen hundred
to olghtoou hundred from our dis
trict, that Is, Grand valley. Thoro
will b0 ono hundred fifty cars of 11
hnrtns In tho l'anla district' and wo
oMllmato ono thousand cars from this
valley, mostly from tho I'allsado soc
tlon, nnd while thoro should havo
henn six hundred cara of pears from
this valley, wo oetlmuto there will not
bo over two hundrod fifty cars."
Compnnv 7 -lionld Iiac the most
"iicccM-fnl camp ot it- career tliii
summer, according t Captain A. J.
Vance. lie believes that the organ
ization ia at the htghcat tage of efficient-
It hha ever attainc1, both ax
to porsnmiel and trninimr. Thia lat
ter he attributes todhe fact that for
a PhHMiernuIe length of tunc three
drills itr week hnvc been held in
stead of the cuetoinarv two.
TrnriHportation hut been received
for the company, arranging for thcir
departure next Saturday nt ,":'J0. The
'company will trnvel on the local to
Cottage drove, -vickiri' up the I(oc
bunr companv. mi tho way. At Cot
tage drove h special troop train will
be inaile up that, picking up compan
ion along the way, will travel to Fort
Miner H. Hale. Lloyd H. Wolirn
mott nnd Floyd K. Hurt were lukon
into the company lnt week. These
recruit, with ten that are expected
to join from Central Point, will bring
the camp strength of the eompunv to
about hcvenfv member-.
for the ilav'a Itiaaona. Wum that the Mr. Moore, tho anloa manager above
referred to, Is wall known to tho fruit
trade throughout tho northwest und
his opinion and oxpresxloim should
ho of Bomo value. Mr. Moore de
plores the fact tlmt the larger ahlp
pers of tho northwost havo not been
able to hold a little closer together,
especially In giving estimates of cropa
and Inter on as to tho prlro Hint
should he realized for fruit. Mr
Moore stntos tlmt hla Klhertna aver
aged 85c last yoar, while our north
wostoru Klhortnn wore being quoted
at 27 He Ho also states that his
Ilnrtlett sold at $ l.IR to Jl.ar,, while
our Hardens woru being quoted nt
(!5c to 7fic.
Cannorloa In California nro now
paying as high as ffto per ton for
UurtlettH, and ahlppors ar paying
tho growers equal to $1 por box for
tho frtllt alone, and It seems that the
shipper ahould certainly reallio $1.50
Mndixon. There lies I'lie damninir for Ilartlotts, or moro, f. o. h., espoc-
fact which no chemical s.wnboN eun lnll l view of tho short crop not
obscure and no bottle of molasses only In California but throughout tho
and water can hide."
GRANTS PASS GAME
I lie u in n I- rn--.Moiiiori game.
jdayed at (Irani I'u yelerdav al-
loriiiHin, broke up in the third iiiniue.
Captain Milea calling the Mod lord
teuni off the field beeatiKt1 of unfair
play and deoimoim.
lu the lliinl, with tlie score 1-0 in
favor of HranU Vnn, Meilford had
two out and a man on second. Sie
bcrts came to bat and planted one iu
deep center field. Odium, playing
l'irl hae tor 0 ninth Paah, held Sie-lioil-
i, the bug. SieTwiti made an
nliempi to touch the bug, uu I angled
liiiii-ili troiu Ohhurn ami brought up
mi third. The umpire, u (Irunls Pass
man, called him out for not louehiiiic
the hae. though ill uch u cuse of in- 'mlaea and smelters ot
DEMONSTRATION OF NEW
SMELTER IN MEDF0RD
Mr. .1. A. Uussell of Tncoma, Wash,
will be lu Medford on Thursday. July
l.'l. for the purH)se of demoustruting
the smelting of copper ores by a pro
cess of his own Invention. A sample
smelter will be snipped. The con
struction and process of this smelter
will enable smelting of ores In units
from one ton to one hundred tons per
day at a much loss cost than has ever
bHn possible heretofore.
The smelting ot this process Is
done with wood-coal Instead of the
expensive operation with coal coke,
which must be shipped Into the coun
try from the east, and It Is claimed
will enable owners ot copper mines to
Install a smelting plant of a siie to
suit tho output ut ore at a cost In
reach of all.
Mr. Uussell Is a matalurgist of
wldn experience, formerly superinten
dent of the famous Sotting Hull
OF AN ACTRESS
Struggled with Sickness nnd Dis
couragement; How Relieved.
Dnyvllle, klllinglyrConn. "I shall
bo jjlad to have every woman know
whnt I know now.
after using LydiuE.
Although I am only
21 years old, I havo
sulTcred for tho past
eight years. United
tho doctors, for a
doctor told mo to
glvo up tho stnga
where I was playing
with my husband.
I had benring down pains, my hcnlth
foiled me. nnd 1 could not work on tho
ntngo, nnd wasn't nblo to tend my baby
or even get around myself. I was
nlwnys downhearted nnu discontented
with the world, nnd only lived for tho
sake of my little girl. Tho doctor snid
to move to bo mo quiet little town away
from tho noisy city, and I might bo nblo
to live and feci well, so I wont to Day
vllle In November. At that time J was
so Hick I could not walk around, nnd my
husband kept house and I stayed In bod.
Ono ilny In January I rend your ndver-tl-iomont
In n newannncr. nnd I sent for
Lydin E. l'inkhatrrs Vegetable Com
pound, nnd started taking It Within
two weeks time I wna n different wo
man, could get around, arid felt so good
that It was n pleasure to do my house,
work. 1 felt contented und happy, ana
now am the picture of health, and nm
tempted to return to tho stngo. Wo
nppreclftto my health as the most pro
clous thing on earth." Mrs. II. L.
Klbnktt, llox 85, Klllingly, Conn.
What comes first?
WHEN you smoke a cigar
what quality do you look
for first of all?
Why, fragrance first. And
close on that comes mellowness.
You get both of these qualities
in the Million Dollar OWL. Their
presence is assured by the extra
supply of mellowing leaf which
backs up the OWL'S distinctive
and fragrant flavor.
M. A. GUNST & CO.
TWO TRIPS DAILY
S. H. Hamuli's auto will lonvo
ISagle Point at !i A. M. and 1 I'. M.
dally, except Sunday; leave Medford
9 A. M. aud 5 1 M. Will call for
paaaengers at hotels In Medford aud
hotels and business houses In ICngle
MIOVK :.-'i! oil X!t.
; ( iv-s U. LTh' at all riru&rjsta.
terfering with the runner the rule.
demand that the runner shall be given
another lme. Calliug Kieberl nut
cancelled MedfordV onlv run.
Captain Mile attempted to talk
the umpire out of hi decinwm, but the
hitter noidd not ehaage hi stand,
although Oxbiirii udiuilUHl Hint he
I'ernoll and Maker were the battel
for (limn. I'.i.. Pcrnoll on,
pitched in Ihc (nl Icily m- I, ,f
l''ll-.co ll.iUriii'-. lol Mcillnld ttrli
I'riiitt .iii.I I., i, ,
South Dakota, and later in charge of
the construction ot the Duuout Pow
der works near Tacoma, one of the
largest institutions in the neat.
Mr Uussell will visit with his bro-ther-ln
luw, .1 1' Hopkins, South
King m net, duriim hU stu III thl
imade CfTflrv i7LE,N
(nm MI!T (nron
( VjlEDfORCy wPtSItlS nL0ThW
TO ORDER $25.00 UP
Also Clennlnn, Pressing nnd Alterlnu
128 E. MAIN. UPSTAIRS
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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RLACKSMITH SP :
Autuuioliih' Tiro Setting niul AVlu-fl Ropniring.
Sjinnps wtliled or ninth' to imltT. llorsi'slitu'inj; and
ift'iit'i'iil lila.ksinithinir. !
20 SOUTH RIVERSIDE AVENUE
Phono 279 !
JOHN A. PERL
to K. Xf.l.TI.KTT '
nii... r ,it. ii. i i-.i.h
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SJbJtfo Suivlu Coroner
Pan-Dandy Kid Says:
You ought 'tcr seethe swell home we
gone a have. Everything so clean an'
Sanitary. What you know 'bout shower
laths ia a bakery?
Crater Lake Auto Line
Our Anfo Stage is making regular trips to Crater
Lake. Leave Aledlord tU 8:JJ0 n. in. on .Monday,
AVcdnesday and lriday. Three or more passengers
can go any day for regular round-trip fare. Passen
gers carried to all side points. Wound trip to Orator
Lake and return $1(5.00; one way, $8.7"). Plume 100
for seat reservations.
HALL TAXI CO.
DO NOT FAIL TO BE THERE
Charles Yeublin and Lou Beauchamp
Lecture-C. A. Rexroad
New York City Marine Band
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1 NEWPORT 1
AVlu-n suunnt'i' conies and a vaca
tion tuning is planned, remember
Newport is cool. The breeze from
off the mighty Pacific never Cails.
AVith the many diversions and at
tractions to piuss the hours away,
surely you could find no hotter
place for your vacation.
The Cost Ii Low
Hounil Trip Tickets aire on sate Aaily trm aM
Koathern I'aiHfie stations ia Weston DNtHN.
Tho return limit ia 0tuber 31. '
Ditty Traias from Albany ml Corvallls make
Writ for Uluatrnted lxv.kl-t, "Newport." or ak local
n'i'nt for i-nuitlie information.
John M. Scott, (linci.il P.i-rnt:ir Ai'iit, I'ortluml. Orojron
gv tj::aej tir