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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INDKPENPKNT NRWHPAPHU.
rUIJLIHIIKIJ KVUHY AKTtSjlNOON
KXCKI'T SUNDAY HY THI3
MBOTORD I'iUNTlNO CO.
Offlcd Mall Tribune UulUllhB, 2B-27-29
North Kir treet; telephone 76.
The Demoi-mllp Tlrnm, tliv Medfnrtl
Mall, Tho Medrortl TriDiiii. Thn South
ern OntKOnlnu, The AnlllanJ Tribune
OEOtUlH PUTNAM. IMItor.
One yeor. by iiipti 6.on
One month, by mull - .60
lror mmltli, iWlvfirti by cnrrler In
Mfdfura, IIwxbIx, Jacksonville
ami Central Point .B"
PMurcJiy only, py mall, per yenr J.no
Weekly, per year ....... 1.B0
Officio! Pnpor of thn City of lletUnrd.
Official Paper of Jm-hmin County.
Iintrrcd as wieoml-rUuM matter nt
Mrtlford, Oreeon. under the not of Mnruli
Bworn Clnmlatlon for 19IS -JUS.
Cull lwmml wire Aeioolnled Prrsa din
In wostern (leorgln a Jury rucontly
infll (n Inquire Into h case or auleldo.
ftor anting through tli ii ovldenco,
Hi IS men retired, and, after do
lliieratlng. returned with tlio follow
' The Jury Ii nil of out) mind, tem
Kvcii oxperiouco Is tumble to loach
a fool anything.
Mr. Alllo Smith, on tlio l'nlrbniike
lease, purchased tlio fullc eotlugo In
South Tuft. Thn property Is.oppo
xlto tlio Ilrooko undertaking imr
lorn nud Ik h dwlrulilo locution. Tlio
Taft (Cnl.) Midway Driller.
Orator ".My friends, If wo worn
each of ns to turn and look our
aolvee Minutely In tlio ftico, Mhotild wo
each find what wo noudnd moot?
Voice from orowd "An India
rubber nook, mister."
3.ady: "I'm worried about m' c"i
plexlon doctor. Look ul my fneol"
Dortort "You'll hwvo to dluU"
Lady: "I novor though of thwt.
What eolor would stilt me hint, do
bTTory woman In Judge mid Jury
unto Imr own husband.
Xo liADV WOIM,l Al'I'ltV.
I have cherries to pick on the
elmro (Next week). Xo ladloa need
apply uuloM Hi")' wotir men'a ap
parel, for Hi treee are m high.
hee Uwulwlu, Curtlevllle.
i Tho HI wood (linl.) Cull l.oudor.
All thliwa come to thoio who wtctp
whIIIiik and go after Ilium.
COSTS $3G04 TO TRY 411
CASES IN JACKSON COUNTY
'Pbe follnwtiiK I the ilwtu on the
butinwa of tho rlrmlt court for tho
fin I yoMr, ondlim .luut 30, It) Id,
oftmulfoJ by tbt cuuitty clurk'i of-
tW Imv btu r&4 tHiutly, 113
law wid 34 criminal mmkni ! Ih
UM yr, tMklni a total of 1 1 1 caaaa
ntad, for which faa wor roelvd
Ih "tha Mini ttf J3. 103.00.
Man. r. M. C'alklaa waa tha only
jMdfta prtaltMHg durlug tk yaar auJ
triad caawi aa follew:
Kqutty, 75; Aetloua, with Jury,
S; without Juo, 11; crlmlual Jut
UUK 1ft; Mm of gaUty, 10. Trial
low raratvai. lift.
iPoAMtlt tevaia war tMttroti tol-
aqulty. 4S1; law aatioaa It.
tNauilMMMl oaaaa aot trlai: aqutty,
80 law, 41; eHkslaWl 1. With not
tana bill. JttoUoM, Ota., taken up
In old caaw. prorlwttir l4l u(:
Hny 1; lav T.
QtHH nUandaftta, awoottM tlark:
JNirtw ... .oo
1 Ail olhor Mpaoaaa for Circuit
CMwrt, wkkh inaludaa wltnoaaoa b
Oara oatlt Jury and grand Jury, aa
waij an fond Jury ae Mr
"liloa $1.J(4.!IM. making a grand
. totol WNrt fr tbo yaar or J3.ao4.15.
mm . 0
FROM GnUISE TO CAPITAL
U'AKHINUTOX, Jul III. Ini-
il nt Wili-on relumed to Vuhinuluii
i i, I lu iiic riling tin the uiiv ul Hfltt
' M.,n.-,r I illtwittg tt wtk-ftid
4 . 1 1. l'iiakM)Malu Buy to
V'"- ll.iinploii Hoads. Ht with driu-D mi-
lM(ll,lt'l In till- Whll" llilf
Mtslfonl llwt'rs Smoko
'Xlto Mcdfvrd nnd Mt I'.tt i u .ra,
Ml? Inst legislature appropriatetl $00,000 for flax ex-
nii'!nii.nt .ii' tlti (:if iii'isiin. Hf.fiitiKn ul' (lovovunv
Wilh.veonilie'H former service with the state agricultural
college experiment station, the govej'iior was given a I roe
liniKl in directing the experiment by the state hoard.
Last autumn attention was called in the newspapers to
the lax, extravagant and unscientific methods under
which the experiment was being conducted. These state
ments brought savage denials from the governor, who de
clared the asKerlions were based on politics.
Last December Secretary of State Olcott , in a communi
catioii to the board, protested against the loose and incom
petent manner .in which the experiments were curried on.
Mis protest was ignored by the governor, whose reply was
to dig up a candidate tt) oppose Mr. Olcott at the primaries.
.Manager ('tidy, the expert who conducted the experi
ments under the governor's direction, in his report con
fesses failure and childishly accuses the Portland Journal,
which catalogued the mistakes, and Secretary Olcott, who
protested the methods, of having caused his own and the
Governor Withcon'ibe at a meeting of the hoard Friday
tried to shift the responsibility upon his own appointees,
Secretary (loodin, of the board, and Warden iMinto, of the
prison, whom he was silly enough lo accuse of trying to dis
credit the flax industry.
Of the $50,000 appropriated, according to Expert
Cady's report, only $1,7(17.2:1 remains on hand, while the
flax for sale is esti'niatcd worth $1:5,91(5.20, exclusive of the
inwliiMti In Im l'u'oi vml Imp I'Iiiv IiMI-iwiI Tlw illi'milf I'mm
the crop is only $1112 more than the state has expended
for labor on the experiment.
Yet it is known that flax is a profitable crop in Oregon
and that an unusual fine quality is produced. The needless
waste of public funds is due simply to the blundering
methods of those in charge.
Jlowever, if the governor's record as director of experi
ment stations at the 0. A. C. was examined, it would be
found that the flax experiment differed in no material re
sult from other experiments conducted under his direction
paid for by the taxpayers, who realized dividends in hot
air and handshakes.
THE HEROIC MOOD?
COLONIAL WOOSIOVICLT, who said last winter that he
did not desire the republican nomination for president
unless the nation was in "a mood for something heroic,"
has a full page article in Collier's concerning the Ameri
cans who belong to the French aviation corps. The writer
recounts their brave and brilliant exploits, and gives them
Kvery voter should read the interesting article, for it
reveals the inner workings of the colonel's heroic mind.
After relating how several of the brave aviators were
wounded and all but killed, our noble ex-president proceeds
to regret that the young men of this country are denied the
opporuuity of showing their heroism.
The colonel points out explicitly that the sinking of the
Lusitauia and killing of Amcricajis in Mexico, offered
abundant opportunity to give Americans a chance to be
heroic, hut that a supine and cowardly administration con
tinues to heart lessly deny them.
Is such a man sane The article is an expression of
disappointment and bitter criticism, because our young
men are not given an opportunity to kill and be killed
because some part of the world is not being deluged with
SENT 10 BOTTOM!
LONDON. Julv :il. IV Italian
l-uui!!ii lhiliilolii nt I!I77 Inn ti'iihh
Ijm bot'it Mink, mi unliiiit to an un
nouiUH'im'iil made lutlu. at I.loyriN
Tho DmihJuWi nun toruutrly thv Mu-
tritfiio nud wa built ut iu lUftU.
Kba wum U7U Uh1 lonu, ltf fiwt banut
uiul Uh' liwt uVu. Vvuiw wan hut
' UOMiOK.JulyUl. -Ton llatrhHMul
lt'nmmi huenigiu Wilhtdtuiuu ka
-trui'k ii niina homi' th .North llittdor
Ititultbiit, eiiya u tlituli'k trow Tin
1 1 it inn- in Ki-ulrr' Tt'li'Kiiitu ioiuuiu.
'flu Mi"i'tiHfi lilt tli fssol in llu
lilflmiil- uiul miulf tor tlio lijfhthi.
ENGLISH FEAR PANAMA
CANAL WILL BE FAILURE
I.OMH)N. July 30. Diat'uaalHg th
probable lata ut the Panama canal Iu
an IntarvUm in tha Wtntkly Dlapatch,
Colonal .Norton (liiffltb, U. V.. unit u
wolt known vugltktw, ay;
"We aault furthar davalouniauts
with ayuu'Mthotlc Intaraat nofuro ac
cepting outlnloua rauorta that tho
uraaout caual la doowad. if thij aub.
aoll underlying tlalllard aut la a gi
gnnttc bog, aa aouio alartaUt atate
roanta awrt, then tltla particular
rout aoama hopolaaa.
"No dredging tu the world will t
Itava tho altuatlon, for alwaya, aa
now, than will bo mora earth to re
mova and It will u a vaaa of dredg
ing forarar with no poalllve raauli
Uuta we kuow whether
or not the reiorta are true. It would
bo prematura to pm Judgment "
TWO DEATHS FROM HEAT
AT DUBUQUE, IOWA
III IM ill II I iu I, I im ...
TOPFORD MATE TRT33UNT3,
TO CLAYTON ACT
) WASIIINtlTON, Jl .0 Alt'r a
riinl't'reniM' Ih'Iwi'. ii Ci" iiii.iu Ovt'i
ii an ami I'ii-miI"' WiI-ui, Oic m-ii-.ite
juilu'iuiv ('oiiiiiiit,' tiliv cou-
I !!! od an Miuemltmut l. tin- Clay-
T . .LA. ...... ft IB.. . I .. .A. ,.. .....il....u.. I.u
,-tv H,i-,rtiBft 9nw tu yff."tnai air
t'Vtt yanr tho ntfnl;v'n.i i u tc
tiu whn-h altur Oc1'om l' would
r.iiuel daali' Utweon ruilroad
an! other I'ortMMitl'uita 'mviiu 'om
inun ul't'iewU t.r iltivt'tnts. The pi m
u It delay oitiiiij ilic M'ttin into
t f'.'it iMlikw iHvvtiKat mi t tho
entire rnilroml ail ialu:i lu the ie
riiitlv iiuuieU joiut coiiun-XAional
Tlie ruMie nhi-udiufot which U
i-aine-tly oVirad Uy Ui iilroatl, ba.
the MitHii't of tho Hrt'vittent ,iud ef
fort will bo made to n it dunrt'4
the oreM'iil m"iuh "t n"ii';ii't.
CALIFORNIA G. 0. P. SHY AT
ENDORSING GOV. JOHNSON
8AX KHN.NCISCO. Jul :;o. -wtl-lla
II. liooth of I -o Angelea wai
unanlmoualy endoraed the Ite
puUUcan tandldate for the L'nlted
Atalea aenata in a reeolutlon, adopted
at a coMferettco hare today of several
hundred Keiiublicaua (rout all aac
tlona of California.
Tho reeoluOe declared If Qo
ernor I (Irani Johuaon were nontl
Mated nnd dented aenatwr by the
Kepubilaaaa. "It wauk0 mM to tha
aenata a man who sott!4 tot tlalnt
uiembarahl in the pai? and would
luvoh,. a maulfeetty unfair aealgn-
nirnt of both loited State neuatora
to th iiurthern iiortlon of tin' Mate.
Indigestion. One p u k.ta
j uu Jt, Loo ut ill vh tit it-ts.
MEDFORD, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 31, 3 QIC
JAPANESE ROYALTY DAZZLED BY
' ' ' kf s
'iiflfrt , aBltii , HP
Tlioir iinpciiiil iijjlititM, I'linee-i Mnln, Takamiiku uiul 1 liti-lii Fu
sliiini unit tlieir aHioeiattH, who tiro xoih of i-.valU'il Jnpunonu i'liinilii'K,
viewing- tin lliylit of Art Smith, Anu'riraii tiviutor. 'l'ho iviuturo was taken
ut the AHymiui pmiulf KioundM n aliort time liffori1 SmilliV rocciit ui-iidi'iit
in wliii-h Iijm rilit lex wu liroki'ii. Smith luin tluzzli'tl the Jiiiaiii"-u poo
pie Willi lii daring.
SEEKS 10 LOCATE
SAI.HM, July 31. Governor
Wlthyi'omliu ha rocoivod tho follow
hiK lottor from h inomhtir of tlio
Maryland National Uuurd In canii at
Ilualo IHaK, Tox., who la looking
to looato hla luilf brother.
Dour Sir: 1 have road a great
deal about your kind coualdorHtiuu
toward humanity. Therefore, I am
going to uk you lo be kind enough
to help mo to loeate a half brother,
who waa In your atate tout yeara
ago. Ilia name la Jamea Hart. Ilu
la a Virginian nud left Waaklugtoii,
I). C, lu ltiusi nud wont to Mod ford.
Oregon, lie niarrlod a girl in Bed
ford by the iiaiiie uf l.elllie Sargent.
They have one ohlld, a hoy, and wore
latur ioiaratud or dlvoroed.
I am a eerKumit iu the Maryland
V. S. Xalloual (liiard, now atatlnuml
at Camp Orel, Uagle i'aa and a my
mother lu Virginia ia worrying about
ua both, aud worrying moat altout
him, for Moiitt of ua know where ho
ia, or whether ho I dead or alive. 1
will alwa bo grateful to you it ou
will advert lite r make a eeureh any
way you aee fit for him, aud If he
uau be found, have him write to me.
K. It. Corun Sergeant, headquarter.
Ith regiment Marylaud National
(luard, ICagte 1'aaa, Texun, or hi
mother. Mi'. Jane Coran, Manamta.
Virglutu. cure Mra. M. K. Howie
I b'K to remain.
BUT. K It I'tUtW.
(Ih M.iol.iiid X. U , Kimlf Pa-- r-
IN EAST AFRICA
MKlllfN. July .11 I'.'-liiaii.-.'
mi v ul tin.!'-, be vi' Ih'i'U np".".iOu: in
I'.ust A f i'ii'. i. Uiuugh im! '" a i.ti'te
M'ulo. u.h the rnti'iilo. A di-jmUi
reeeiviHl b tn nt'Wkinuer trom Uu-rein-it
"A I'oriugttgo t'kitilki mnile a r
I'onmiihsaiii e m the left huuk ol tl'f
KuMiina (a Hter kipa rating (leriiiii
Kut Afrieu trm I'orttuiue!- Khm
Afriia) mi int)0tli. Tuir eouduit.iiu'
a tone were Hired uu by the lleriu hi
with murlnue uun, two IWtuuiuw
beiiiK killed a4 five wounded. KikIU
1 - later the 1'ortiigueKe aguiu .it
talked the (iennii, w'ui were -lu.i:.-Iv
t'lilreni'hed o Mie right haul, hut
they bad to rotitv ow.nit to the state
of the riir, after suffering onid
eruhle lli-ee, intludnu a captain.
The liciiii.iM iu I In On iter arc put
ting iii im I'lieructir ilcten-.e."
JOHN A. PERL
SH S UVItTIMT
l'liono SI 17a ml 17-I-tS
- .. !. l . (ii..'
An' ',' ' - J. o lor t.er
DARING AVIATOR ART SMITH
Wado Hamilton, owned liy .11 in
liowerH of Aahlniid, won tho quarter
mile mutch raeo with dletialo .Mlllu,
nwnwl by Dick Turptii, Sunday lu
S3 1-2 nuconil. Ileeeio Mills
ahowed horaelf to be tho faxtir
horao, ptilllng up two aud ono half
IuiikHim. William Korwln of DorrlK,
tiutlug aa atarter, aout tho home
away with Wado Hamilton three or
four longthH In the load and 1)ghK
Mill ptilllng out high on th curve.
In tho atreteh aho pulled lu to the
pole and at the fliilah waa only half a
length to the bad.
Turpln la aiuloua to mulch hi
horae with Wado Hamilton for a
piiiae of $500, but will Inaixt on a
fair atari from a barrier.
Arthur Turpln vae up on llenulu
Mill and Jay A rant of Klamath Kail
on Wade Hampton.
lteaalo Mill won tho raeo with
Wade Hamilton a mouth nuo In i
Don't worry about nkin trouldex. You
can bnve a clear, ch-an nHiii-xion by
uxina a little aeuio, obtained nt any dniK
tort for K-. or extra Urge ImuiIo nt
Kenin eioiily rrut all trm. of pniK
pie. Iil k Itead. Hearnut, ami ringworm
aud Mtakee the itkin clear aud liwillhy,
JC'ino U uelther watery, mk-ky iiur
atvan.v ami talu uutfaiua. It In eamly
Hiihii nud ttmli. a itii'N? trlHi' for riuh
apiilkatlou. It U Mlway ilieuUabIo.
N'tiw Daily Kxt-c-pt Sunday.
Howard's Auto Line
Ashland and Klamath Falls
Ashland Reservations Hotel
Take early ear Valley Auto
Line for Ashland connec
208 East Main Street,
'Tho Only Exclusive
in Southern Orogou
Nogatives Made, any time or
place by appoiutmont.
We'll do tho rest
E. D. WESTON, Prop.
X1SW YOltK, Jnl M. -Char!." K.
llughoa came here thla morn'tit! from
IiIk auiumor home In Hrl Iptehampton
preparatory to the cercmo ty tonight
In CsVrnegle hall, at wMrh ho will tie
officially notified that ho liaa hoen
noinlnntpil Tor tho presidency. The
nomlneo BMnt the day In conaultn
tlon with parly loader from nil part
of tho country, Including Senator
Warren Harding of Ohio, XEtlon.il
Chairman Wilcox and varloua mom
bora of the cauipulgn committee Mr.
llughoa will return to Hrldgehamp
lon Wodnoadny unit remwlu thoro
untli he loavoa on hla woatorn cttii
Tho Hughe hondqiinrtore In tho
ARtor hotel hero paaaod tho hualoet
day since It waa opongd. Ueputill
rnn londor from ovory Htato In tlie
union wore proaent. It wob nn
nouncod that moro than 7.000 por
tions hntl .applied for tickets to tho
notification ceremony. Cnruoglo hall
Hcata only 3,200 person.
Thoodoro KookovoU, It In under
stood, will nttond tho coronionloa to
night, nrcompnnlod by hi wife. For
mer 1'roBldont Taft tolophonod toduy
from Canada that ho would ho
unable to arrive, atutlng in hla telo
Krntn to Jnmca II. Hoynolds, aecro
tnry of tho national committee, Hint
ho rogrottod that ho could not ho
proRont at "n great occaIon, to hear
n Rroat Hpeech, an ntigury of vic
tory." CHICHESTER S PILLS
V, Till: lllAMUNIt IIRANS. X
llUMONII lllt.i.NO I'll.l.x. tt t5
,, in linul;cil.S.fcl, AI.rtRtllil
SOLD BV DRUGGISTS CVERYHHERE
i(( Ki.'ii rhl-.I.MI,r.lll.moi.aIlrnjV
fclii!Q&Q I'lIU la It,. I I O.U nuulllAV
CvTJjirJ i . ii'i "ith niu niuxm.
r-c. l.adl-Al A.k fin. lit... If M .
The- Sure Way to Prosper
Is to save some money all the time.
The safe way to save is lo put the money in
a hank like this.
OVER 22 YEARS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT
awrx?-fy tfssw"'" 'Ti J
Ciits! Gashes! Exposed
Prodium Process Robber
minimizes this trouble
Prodium Proce; Rubber (the new trend used
exclusively on Republic tires) is so tough that
even newly crushed rock or sharp stones
doesn't cut and gash it.
It wears down as evenly and smoothly as a piece of fine
steel. After miles of service it looks like new. It keorw
water away from the fabric, prevents rottine of the carcaw
of the tire, and makes premature blow-outs practically a
thing of the past.
Get a sample strip of Prodium Procoa Rubber. Try to
break it. It's the toughest, .tungest troad stock ever used
on a tint.
;"Vr7-V'V.V!; AW in tht Slyhih BUek Trtoi
Young & Hail Motor Co.
Distributors : Medford
VON DER HELLEN HARDWARE CO.,
Kagle Point, Oregon
ASHLAND VULCANIZING WORKS,
If you suffer bnolmcho, sloeplcn
ulKlita, tired dull days nnd dlatrcBs
Iiik urinary dlaordera, doift experi
ment, noatl thla twloo-lold testi
mony. It's Madford ovldonco, doubly
Mr. Win. Charley. 80S N. Orape
Rtrcot. Medford nave: '"Tho kltlnev
action wna too frouuont and tho kid
ney Kooretlona wore ttnnatural. e
ahioa thla, 1 had much yaln in V
back and sometime. I could hnrdlv
bend or straighten up. At night, It
bothered tun, too. anil often I
couldn't eleei'. trlae! plasters and
llnlinenU for my baek and medlrlms
for. my kidneya, but upne of tnrni
helped me any. H waa while t aa
t.n ill 'nnd dlirouraged that I
heard of Doan'a Kidney IMUa end
began taking thoni. In ! than two
wookg. 1 felt bolter. I look, lu all,
four boxes whott 1 felt woM." (Stato
inont given September II, 1U07.)
On .Match Ifi. 11C, Mrs. i.imrioy
said: "I recommend Domes ruiinej
1'llls Ju as highly as I did sovorni
yours ago. 1 still consiuor mom "
modlelno of morlt and whenever It
Is nocoesary for mo to take a kidney
romody. I use thorn, for I know thoy
aro most reliable."
ll'rlco BOc nt all doalors. Don t
slinnlv ask for a kidney remedy
got Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho snmo
that .Mrs. Charley haB twlco puiillciy
rocoinmondod. Kostor-MIIbitni Co.,
crops., Iluffalo N. Y. Adv.
INTKItUIHIAN AUTOOAIl CO.
Lcavo Medford tor Astiland, Talent
and Phoenix dally, except Sunday, at
8:00 a. m., 1:00, 2:00, 4:00 nnd 5:15
p. m. Also on Saturday nt 11:15 p.
m. Sundays lcavo at 8:00 and 10:30
a. m. and 1:00, 2:00, 5:30 and 0:30
p. m. Loavo Ashland for Medford
dally, oxcopt Sunday, nt 0:00 a. m
1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 5:15 p. m. Also
on Saturday nlchtB nt 0:30 and
2:20. Sundays leave Ashland at 0:00
a. m. and 1:00, 4:30, 6:30 and 1Q:30
! 1 1 ft- it'ir- in-' I-"-riiii i " ii i T