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rEDFOT?D VATT, TlTmrVE, "NrTCDFOftD, OttTC(10T. SATFTmAY. .TTLY 15. 1010
10 DEVELOP SUNDAY
10 BE E
' WASHINGTON', Julv 13.--A rn
diogmm iwd ut tbp tiA vSleprnt
went trum the pominiiilntof Hip
rimitp-liin iinvy ynrd Mtyaftbnl nt
8 o'llock ttiift mnniitiK nl Iff' inn
jini nml rcw who wen 'K.' I'1'''
lot w-rr wffc. U it MiilMivflrybody
hiiil Ult the Hector by Ipi.-ni. to
day nml tltnt purl oT tlitpiion wit
nt tin- nnvy ynnl Mini llio riitiHindor
aboard the Wilmington in Cbaili'lon
WASHINGTON', .Inlv IS. Pom
inniidniit Hrynnt oT llm t'linrlontnn
imvy ynrd wont the following wim
wijso to llio nnvy di'imrtiiiont : "Hi'c
tur unborn Mvtn liillcm nortlienut of
Iho Riimain p hnny. Abimiloiu'il by
crew nt 112 :lfi n. in. Ship brokon in
.two mid (i totnl wrack. All bund
wivi'd. Cliicf oiiKini'nr nml ono firo
iiiiui tiiTiounlv injured. f'tupoiiliT
broken lep. Of fleer nml mvw litiing
Itibnii lo Clinrlimluii." '
The chief fitiftliinnr is Kdwtinl A.
Mercor of Jloehlfiml, Sin.
('IIAItCEHTON'. S. V., July IB.
One hundred nml two witiiifiw mid
Miilor Trow llio lleotor wero liunletl
here lliirt JiiorniiiK by Hiu tender
CyproMH. Cnplnin Newell; nnd ix
Jceii iiipii ninniii iibonnl the IJoetor,
which i lyimj unround ofjj.ti'iirleM-
tni liuliisliin. broken in two..
l'cmr injured milliner wji)efieiit to
h ini'iii iiubjiiiui. m
Kl, I'ASO, To., July 15. -General
J. ills llerrcra, who loft I'nrrul some
time ugo for Mexico City linn return
ed nml Ih now In command of h!n
tiooin, nrcordliiR to n telPKntui from
(lenoriil Alvuro OhroKon, received In
Juuriw todny by Gunornl TrnnalHco
(lonzalofl. ' , ,
The tulcgrnm wan In reply to n won.
lui Ko from Oenurnl (onzn),OMiitiitlnR
tlint It had been variously roportail
)n tlm I'nltod StntoH tlint llorrorn
bad boon killed by VllllHtOH south of
t.'blliuiibiia City, and that ho bad
boon ordurod nbot by Clonoral Obru-son.
lieu Sheldon lin roeuived n lelo
Kinui from tlio HutiiiuM Men's h
oeintii)ii of I'eiiillpton offeiimt him
u iMrtilitm oaiiipiiinuiiiK I be Htnto for
the projHod iiortiiHl wbool which
Unit rity i wekinf to Imvo located
Mr. fittelilnn k rfrnd tbi mut
ter to the nonoal tiiool eoioiniltec
n t Akhluud mul will ho jruidcd b
tlitir judgment mm to wlmt Hill be-t
mi vi' tb intorc! of Anbliind'x imi'
jti.il. Ilo toured the Hlale in 11U I lor
Ibi' AmmIiiiiiI imIiooI nod i ell
J.IMUMI IIIIHMMf I'lllll'HtolM, lt'UHNH'r
lneii mid rlltb MnrkiTM.
.John KordMtroin, ehief nuiirlef
iuiilt'r, l'. S. N., arrived in AleiHWil
TburNilay iiikIiI nml i now enumffil
m oiitfittbiK offiepM in the 1'iilm
block, on Mm'u street, where .Monday
be will open n naval reuruitini; Mn
tiiin. Mr. KnrdNlrtnn linn .jut lod
m iiiiilar offjpp in Abpnlpwi, Wmdi.,
and wliilo there enrolled twenty-three
A vitv Ntrict cxHininaliiiii mtiMt be
piiMHed to gnh eutrmiee to the mivv,
iniieh NtriPtcr, in fPt, than the nrniy
exHiiiiiintiuii. 'i'liroiiKliout the coun
try mi nviinine of onlv 20 per cent
of the npplicHiitH nre udniitled to the
nerviee. JMirinK Tune, in New York,
out of Til) npplicuntM, 'J07 were re
jected on ttm fii-Ml exmuinution mid
only '2U panned into the mrvice. In
the wwl, however, about r0 er cent
of the npplicmilM arc accepted. Men
mum be between 17 ami III) yearn of
uku nml in iiMt piiHH an nhnoxt peifect
.Mod ford recruits will be Mint from
here, filter pnawliiK the fir I exain
imition, to I'm Hand, where they will
be exnniined by the naviil muiiicoii
mid Lieutenant .1. II. Itlnekhuru, who
Iiiih cluiiKe of nil naviil reciuitiiiK in
Oreitou. I'Voni there uppioiitiee nun
men will be ent to San I'ihiicIhco,
wbnro they will pa mix month in a
mIioio tiiiininir Mint inn. Applicant
for inecliiiniciil poilioiiM mid eoal
pMHuer will he nenl lo the navy
yunl nt Uremeiton, Wnxti., for
I.ioiitennnl lilacMiiiin, who Npcnl it
few day in Medfonl Ihrce week
npi, in now at Hreinerton, where he
i lal.iiiK the cxmniuutinii lor lieu
III.HIJV. Jul IV The repiilM' of
beuw uttui'ko b ItalimiK Oil the
Au-triun front in llie Tienlino be
tween the Mrentii ami the Ailiue, i
minouncMl in I he Vienna beadiiiwr
tern report "f July 11. Tb tule
"Intense activity continue W
wt'cu the Hrentu and the Atlife. The
ineiiiv tew time Mtaeked northeut
nt Monte ItiiMta, beutir in each eue
i'Hiiled bv our troniiH, who wain
luini'd all I heir 'po-itioun."
The Wooilini'ii of the World, cmnp
No. HO, which ha recently elo-ed a
great eainpaiKH for iucicaini; it
jnniuberhip, ami whnc nieiubeihip
now border on the :()() nut: k, lat
WeilneHilay eveninir at their remilnr
gieetiuir iutHlled new ol'ticer for the
enuiuir term. The new ollioer nre:
K. ('. Siillivnii, ('. i'. N. W. Hur
tlon, A. 1.. ; II. 0. Shenrer, banker;
Uobeil X. Hnyl, CKcnrt; ',rne White,
Hiitchiiiiui; Cartha Snyder, Hdilry;
I. II. Atwell, manager. ,
The ol'fieeii jiinl irttiiiitK hnve
worked mot fait hi fully for the or
der iluiinjr their tenu of offiee, mid
the newly elected officero will kooii
mnke arrnngeiiitnitN for fuither eiini
paiiiii. One of Hie firt Uiiajn in
the iutorcHt of Wmulcrufl i eH'ct
ml lo be a WiMitlmen of the World
pouiily picnic, to include nil the
pump and member of the order in
lack-on coiinh. This will be a ureal
dav for WiMiiliTalt in Houue Hixer.
Coinnninlratlon of railroad rom
tnltteo to cltluim of Medford;
Tho people of Med font, after full
dinqtiMlon, have voted on the con
tract ubmlttod to them by tho city
i Thl contract bad been endorsed
by tho HiiRlnoM Mnn'a uiwoclatlon,
tho Creator Mod ford club and the
Comworclal club. The peoplo have
udoptod thl contract by a vote of
1007 for to flOfi Blnnt, a -majority
of 041. Thorn la no inlftiimleitniid
liiK an to what the poopln want, nor
-of the fact that tboy aro doturinluod
to build u railroad to the llluo Lodge
ami on to tho cohhI,
' TbU loiumlttiio, In tnrtlnu Itn
work, him felt and planned that the
llluo LciIko railroad wan but tho
flrnt unit of a railroad to Kurokn,
plaiiH have all boon purmtod towards
that end In the pant, an they will bo
In tho future.
Tho eonlruct, an prnnented, wn
not abovo crltloliuii, but we weio
fully MntNflud tlint Mr. MiiIIIh would
carry out bin pledge to the nalbifao
Hon of the people. Wo rally realize
that u railroad muni have traffic and
tonuaKo to pay Itn way. TIiIh com
mlttue, toKotbor with Mr. IIuIIIm, aro
detormlned to dovclop tho builnew
for tlm railroad a the railroad la
built. The city' money will not be
expended, except to curry out HiIh
plan. We expect lo proceed In tho
coimtructlou of railroad work a
rapidly' an powlble, ami our euer
KloM mint be given to the develop
ment of cettnln pluiiR, which will
fiirnlMh the traffic for the road a It
Therefore, wo auk tho peoplo to bn
patient nml to work with tin, so that
wbou our pinna ahnll have nintuted
and become a fact, we ran nay that
thla matter baa been handled in a
TIiIh coinniltteo hna only com
menced ItH work. To carry our plana
to a HiiccoHHful coiicliiiluu, wo need
the full co-operation oR all loyal
I'lllzenn; we weleomo ami oxpeet tho
Niipport of all In the devolopmont
and roalUatlon of thin plan.
The Mejford bull team will cms
bat with the fluid Hill team on the
Medford yround tomorrow. Hold
Hill Iiiih a yood leam um should Imjt'iv
won from Medfonl the lnt tune thpy
played here. It wim through a piece
of hard luek Hint they finally lost
through an error. At that, tho bad
the Medfonl team gmliR mo-l of the
Next Siiudav' triune Hill he the
firt iimler Hobby llreviud's iimii(ie-
incnt. Hobby will mnke nn iikkic"
ive mamiKcr and no doubt will pare
no effort to iiialie the team nn ood
a posible. Hx-MunnKcr Kwinj; hn
done p.xccclin(l,v well with hi team,
but could not pnro the time from
hi hitMincH intcio!w to attend to
nil the detnil.
The Kliunolli FnlU nml Weed
tenia will dritw a big jtatc when
they play here. Klamath Fulls Iiiih
not been bcaleu thin ea"on, mid i
hclieilulcd lo play on the Medfonl
ground July '2D.
My the way, the Inst same played
lit Ahland between the Medford nml
Weed team .Inlv (I wa the faslet
ami bet-lieldiiiK pime ever played in
MHithern Oregon. It wa IiuikIi luck
for either team to Iomc iteh a con
tent. Melulyre nml Keholtz were the
lur for the Medford team. It uu
very unfortunate that both of ('en
ter Fielder I'ernoll'a error came at
critical Htnye of the game, u I'er
noll i eoiiHidered uu alum-t perfect
fielder ami oelilom mukei( an error.
The Medford fan wi-li the ball
team ueceH iimler it new luamigc
lucnt. flU ii ft r 1 rt .
i lie miiieiie lortue .Meiiioni leam
next Suiulav will Im Siebeils nml
Force; for (lobl llilf, I'ruill mid F.ihl-i"K.
KITTY GORDON WITH
More magnificent robes and gowna
characterize MIhh Conlon'H bablll-
meiit tbroiiKboiit "Her Maternal
llvaililimrlora will be maintained . mm T,lB n,,!,,,,,, tfl0 del illn. a
W ASlllN'OTUN. Jul 1'. Weather
condition for the Hek bentnulug
8uuUa- announced by the weather
bureau teibty Include:
HoiKy JtRaMi V4 eiKaia -glon.
Local ttMEGe aavv Oto
Iiajf and probably fia Mf htCt.
temperature near or below uormal
-1'aotflc Stale: Jcal boer ut
bWlnuillK Of week, followod by fair
over nefuiW PorotiDO; ceao5iUcrfi
below eeaBonal normal. Hi
1'Uxlnit to prolmlih Hie lamcHt
eroHd of the hcumoii, the Medford
band, dlleitml liy KtRlnulil li Koh
lami, gae a deliahtful eoiueit at Hie
oil) park on Friday evening. ' The He
led lone li the band Here well re
ceived, (lie Urge audience entbuKU
tlcall) deiuaiidlng encore to aliuokt
eery unniber. The overture "Chor
al'' and the mdeitlon from the ' Ho
beiulau dirt" were the beat effuru
of the band, although aouie of the
lighter selection eeuied very popu
lar. The hundred of ueonle thut
congregate at the nark before the hp
pointed coiuuieuclug hour of the iou-
ceria, Ma been very noticeable of
late, on laat Krlua eveulug at 7. i:.
awy aeat In Ih park wa taken.
.New that the iiei'utaueury of our
good band and popular purk eonreitx
1 aaaured, more adequate aeatlua ac
comodation would bo welcomed bv
the patron of the enlertaluiueuu.
at tho Commercial club roonm, where
all liiformatlon can be had. ICvory
one Ik welcome. Secretary Latin I
paid by the cltlian of Medford. You
aro ontltled lo hi attention a woll
aa the attention of the committee.
You will be treated courteously and
your prejouo will ba appreciated.
Let ii all work together for a
Dated at Medford, Orogou July IS,
HiiilnoM Men's Association by W.
K. Isaac, C. M. Kldd. C. S. Mutter,
Grantor Medford Club by Hone K.
Krhloffollu, Mr. Jap Andrew, Mr.
F. K. Merrick, Committee.
Medford Commercial Club, by J.
A lerr. C K Hates, A. L. Hill, C.
M. TIioiiihh, Cominlttee.
DAY IN CONGRESS
WASHINGTON. July 15. -Senate;
Continued dleciiMtoii or naval ap
l'oetofflce appropriation conferee
meet to complete agreement on dis
puted set Hon of measure.
I'reiiiileul xciit nomination of A en
rexcnt'iiiM' lamiK Ha of Ylralnla to
lie JiiiIki of tin lourt of claliiw
Hoiikc iit'i'.itt-d ltuKer corrupt
pruitlci i I'tn
distinctive creation, bAtlt from her
own design and oiitHhlnliiK any of her
former gowns, tho rostunio et orchid,
and shear del noebe aro three su
preme and extreme novelties, ami
anyone who knows the ninjoetlr Kitty,
must realise that uhoiHhe niinouncuH
three new creations, three. Jooiu oc
easlous are In store for the feminine
Mlsa Gordon Is an aotros of the
younger school. Her romnrkablo
work In "Alma, Wboro Do You
Live?" and later as star in "La llelle
Paris, " tho Winter Garden's first
show, stamped her as nn asset In
musical and operatic olrcloe.
"Her Maternal Itlght," In which
she appears at the Star today, was
written especially for hor by Wlllard
Mack, author of "Kick In" and other
legitimate uecoases, and the role
given her fits her even to a better
advantage than was at fleet anticipat
Descries Film Censor
nill'AOO. .Inlv l-V In nn ad-
ilrern before the convention of Ihe
Motion I'nlnie F)nhitor.' Lcngiie of
America here tml.iv, William A.
Hrady, pre-uleut .. the Vriil Film
i(iiiipan. dcuoiiiii i .I i en-or-hii. ni'
I'd imi o'l.iliiin 'i iii.inayel ,iud c
IiiIhI nr I Ml'lln I Hi. iln' iiiulioll pit title
in il ii -t i nnd pri-ti -tcil iiyniii-t ,i
w.i r t.ix on nii'tiini pii'turc thc'ili'i".
Famous Bnoteriologlst Demi
I'AltIS, Julv l.'i. I'roir.Mir Fli.
Mi'lilnnoff, the liiniioio lut'tei inln
git. k ib'iid
TELL US YOUR FOOT
A8f aABM&rg OVgt Q
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Gold Hill vs. Medford
Seiberts and Pruitt will be in the box
for the two teams. Both teams are
in first class shape and the game will
be a warm one.
Game called at 2:30
Admission 25c Grand Stand 35c
Help us to HOLD DOWN
IRES, and GASOLENE, "make tho Wheels fforotind!"
A Cap in the (Jarairo COSTS as much as a Car-o)i-r-7?oa(f,
but it imm no dividend, on the Investment, so long as it STAYS in
The VALUE of tho Car,-to its Owner, narrows down, in tho ultimate,
to tho prccixc number of Hours ho USES that Car, yearly.
If a $2,000 Car bo owned for, say, 4 years (then sold for $600.) there lias
been $1,-100 of Car-Value absorbed by the Owner, equal to, say, $350. per year.
If then, that Car bo USED 913 Hours in the year, it would cost him but 38
CENTS per Hour, for Car-Use.
But, if he U3ed it only HALF that number of Hours, yearly, tho Car would
cost him 100 MORE for every Hour ho used it
How MUCH hi uhph it will depend, to a considerable extent, upon thot
PRICE oTIRES and GASOLENE.
This was one of tho reasons why wo (Jan. 31st, 191fi)inaurnirated tho Goodrich;
"FAIR-LIST" Propaganda against Hisrh-prices, and Paddcd-Price-Lista, on Tires. (
to tho ver
LIST" Propaganda against High-prices, and Paddcd-Price-Lista, on Tires. (
It is a further reason why we NOW keep our own Goodrich Prices DOWN)
cry moderate "Fair-List" figures hero quoted.
i ETTER Fabric Tires aro NOT made, and cannot bo made, at ANY ,
price, than are produced by The I J. b Goodrich Co. )
A 15. to 60. hifjhcr price could well be justified for thoso
same Tires, by fair comparison with ot her L ires sold at 157o to&Oyb higher prices.
Will you help your own interests (present nnd future), by further expanding
the Sale of that Tire which demmuitrates its Intention, through LOWERING the
Co3t of its Tires to you, with every INCREASE in its Volume?
Will you thus endorse, and support, the Goodrich Policy which automatic
ally PREVENTS OTHER Makers from forcing UP tho Market on Tires?
Compare Goodrich Fair-List prices, here quoted.
Bear in mind that NO Fabric Tires, at ANY price, are "better," no
House moro Fair, and LIBERAL, on proper Adjustments.
THE B. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, O. '
Goodrich "Fair-List" Prices
f I $10 40
NOTICE, Tbie Tires arc a perfect as Fabric Tir can be made.
Iiut, Khould uny dissatisfaction whatever arise, with any Goodrich Tire, Its Owner is
Invited, and REQUESTED, to Uke the matter up promptly with us, the Maters.
He will find thut Pair, Square, and LIBERAL, treatmtnt will always be extended, on all
THE U. V. GOODRICH CO., Akron, O.
i cnnT?'rjr A A TJJDoes-foryour SHOE Safes what black "Bare-1
1 JUjAl 1 jrXi Y foot-Rubber" does for Goodrich Tire Soles.
Wears longer than leather!
- I more Flexible than l.ntherl
It Lighter than Leather! It HASIRIt on your Feet!
Ask your Shoe Dealer, or Shoe Repairer, for Tcxlan Soles on your next pair of Shoes.
Goodrich Tires Sold Exclusively by
C. E. GATES
BEST IN THE LONG RUN
I rREUABLE' I 1
jl iiWEwnasii I
This Stove Burns Gas
The quickest, coolest, cleanest fuel in the world.
Tlu juii-i' is forty-five dollars with all connections j
free. Terms if desired. '!
Xow is the time to install. The hot wpnther and
preserving season nm'ke gns doubly appreciated
at this season.
Oregon Gas & Electric Co. JG7ra