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Subscribers Not Receiving Their Papexs Promptly Will GcSifer a Great Favor by Notifying the Office At Once.
Tonight mid Eridny
Clear, colder, lii killing
frost. Wedncsdny -Ruin,
trace; high 51, low 42,
Medford Mail Tribu
Full Leased Wire Report.
United Press Association.!
Tho only papor in the
vorld published in a city,
tho sizo of Medford haV
ng a leased wire.
MEDFORD, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1909.
NEW PHAMPLET WILL NOT INJURE
TO SURPASS PIPE TO LAV
Committee Hard at Work Choosing
Photos for Its Pages Edition of
50,000 Arranged For Pub
lishers at Work.
CARLOAD OF SPECIAL
PAPER IS ORDERED
.Will Be Ready for Delivery in Jan
uaryPersons Having Photos
Requested to Send Them.
Tho now Issue of tho Medfprd
pamphlet will bo moro beautiful than
any that has been Issued heretofore
by the Medford Commercial club, al
though Medford has been awarded
tho palm of supromacy whoro beauty
has been consjdered In iho past. Tho
committee Is hard at work choosing
new photoa for tho pamphlet, which
will bo tho same slazo as tho ono last
;year, or C 4 'pages.
Tho pictures used will all bo now
ones anad will bo enough to cover
40 full pages. Not a single view that
has been used In tho past will be du
plicated. Tho first cover will bear a colored
photo of Crater Lake, a now ono,
while the back will carry a picture 'of
Itod Blanket falls.
A carload of special heavy papor
lias already been ordorod for tho pam
phlet, which will bo ready for dis
tribution In January.
Tho committee wishes every per
son having vlows of lacol subjects to
send the same to the club. The edi
tion ot tho pamphlet will bo. 50,000
THREE MEN DIE IN
(United PreHO Leased Wlro.)
WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 11.
Three persons are reported to hnvo
licen in two explosions of powder to
day in the Hegley yards pneking
liouso of the Dupont Powder com
pany. REAWESTRACT NEAR
. PHOENIX IS SOLD
.Anderson-Green Company Sells
Acres of Raw Land Is
Sold for $6000.
Wednesday tho salo of 5 acres of
tlio Reaines tract near Phoenix was
closed through tho agency of the
Anderson-Green company, the price
paid for the tract being $6000.
Tho tract is part of the original
Reaines estate and tho grantors are
O. and Dora Ilarbaugh and the
grantees are W. W. Glasgow nnd
This tract includes some of tho
best orchnrd land in tho upper val
ley and the purchasers have evident
ly secured,11 bargain in ncquiring
.RENO, Nev., Nov. 11. It is un
derstood here today that Margaret
Illington, tho actress, who was di
vorced j'esterdny from Daniel Froh
innn, the famous tlientrical producer
of New York, wjll go very soon to
Taeoma, Wash., wliero it is said that
n house already hns been furnished
and prepared for her reception.
Consulting Engineer Roberts Says
That Damp Ground Will Swell
Pipe Gradually and That It
Will Not Be Injured.
MUST HAVE WATER BEFORE
DRYING PROCESS STARTS
Line Complete to Hanley Premises
Mills Ordered to Stop Manufac
ture of Pipe Some Time Ago.
That tho pipo lino of tho gravity
water system will not suffer any do-
torioration by not having water in it
during tho winter months,' but that,
on the contrary, it will gradually bo
expanded by tho damp earth, is tho
statement of A. J. Roberts, consult
ing engincor of the city, under whoso
direption the water system is being
installed. But m April or May tho
pipo must bo filled with wnter
tho most serious results will obtain.
"When water is suddenly turned
into n wooden pipo line," slated Mr.
Roberts, "especially ono of high
prcssur), the strain and sudden
swelling is bound to hnvo a hard ef
fect, injuring the pipo moro or less
But where tho pipe lays in, tho ground
for a few months in tho wintor, with
the ground constantly dnmp, the
swelling of tho pipo is grndunl am'
does not injure it.
"In April or May, however, the
lino must bo filled with wnter or the
most serious results will obtain."
Tho laying of tho pipo line has
been complotcd to the ITnnley prem
isos nnd the remaining two miles of
pipo has not been manufactured, the
mills being ordered to stop some time
Hack to Hcnr Crock.
During the winter there will bo a
month when tho city will hnvo to fall
back uiion Bonr oreok for its ,wntor
supply, as tho Fish Lake Ditch com
pany must clean out its onnal. The
company, however, will use such
menus nR nro in its power, howovcr,
Engineer Roberts 1ms boon retain
cl by Cottnge Grove to install a wa
ter system there in tho spring. The
wnter is to bo brought a distance of
10 miles through n 12-inch main.
GIRL SUWR PTpw.rn"
BREACH OF PROMISE
(United PreBR Lenned Wlro.)
CHICAGO, 111:, Nov. 11. An at
tornoy for Sndio Currio today made
public a letter which the girl claims
that Frank 'Gotch, tho champion
heavy-weight wrestler, whom she is
suing for $2.r),000 for breach of
promiso, wrote to her. Shn declares
that the letter was received October
28 of this year.
The lottor which is published today
"Dear Sadie"; I am sorry that you
are having so much trouble. Am
sure that you must hnvo enough to
pay your bonrd at any first-class
hotel. They must have helped you
spend that bunch I gave you Inst
summer. Inclosed you will find
CLEVER HOTEL SWINDLER
AT LAST IN THE TOILS
(United Press Leased Wire.)
I.OS ANGELES, Ca1 Nov. 11.
Mrs, Augusta Barts, alleged to hnvo
swindled hotolkeepers in San Fran
cisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Pasadena,
Lob Angeles nnd other coast cities,
occupies n coll in tho city jail today,
pending the passing of sentence for
the tyt of artists' materials from
tho home of Mrs, J. C. Rockhold oi
this city. Mrs, Barts was found
guilty yesterday in Judge Williams'
PAVHT WAR CLOUDS
PLACED IN GROWING
With Few Days of Fair Weather
'West Main Street Will Be Paved
to City Limits Plenty of
Crushed Rock'on Hand.
Tho Wnrrcn Construction com
pany hns commenced paving opera
tions ngain on West Main street. Tho
crushed rock for tho foundation has
been lnid for a block or moro and
tho mixing plant was fired up this
-For tho past week tho Roguo River
Vnlleyrmlwn'y has iiccn hauling
crushed rock from tho rockqrushing
plant nt Jacksonville on every train
from three to soven cars to tho
train, and sovornl hundred tons of
material for paving has accumulated.
With a little fair woathor. which now
scorns probnblo, tho paving of West
Main street will bo finished within
the next few weeks.
"So far," stated ono of tho fore
men this morning, "thoro has not been
enough rain to dolay proceedings for
long nnd wo will bo nblo to finish the !
work in a few days when wo get
started, With n few days of this
woathor wo ill got tho street finished,
as o have ordors to rush tho work.
"Thoro is plenty of rock nvuil-
ablo nnd it will not tako long to got
it down and tho bitnlithio on top of
MISS NEIDERMEYER WEDS
H. E. CONGER IN JACKSONVILLE
II. E. Conger nnd Miss EnSmn
Louiso Neidormoyor wore united in
mnrriugo nt Jacksonville Wednesday,
Row Robort Ennis officiating. Both
brido nnd groom hnvo a wido circle
of frioiids in Jacksonville nnd the
LOCAL SHR1NERS TO
VISIT ALBANY FRIDAY
Big Ceremonial Planned for Satur
day Night Shrincrs From All
Over State to Be Present.
lomorrow evening nearly every
Shriner in the city will leave on u
pilgrimage for Alba any, where El
Kader temple of Portland will put the city of Spokane finds itself in
on a big coremoninl. a olnss of fit) tho situation of tho mnn who sud
eandidates being ready to cross tho denly sees n red flag wnved in front
burning snnds. A trninlond from
Portland will ho on baud.
Nearly every Shriner in the state
is expected to bo present. An olab-
orate program of entertainment has (
been prepared and something is ex
pected to ho doing every minute.
MAN SHOOTS IN
DEFENSE OF HOME
(United Press Leased Wire.)
SANTA CKUZ, Cal., Nov. 11.- Ed
ward Pierce, who yesterday afternoon
waB ohot by John Garat, died hero
today at a local hospital.
Garst, who declares that he shot
IMerco broke up his Jiomo
T)A4I. H , , ... .
via ui rayjiibiu
POKANE WITHIN W
wjBe Unable to Cope With
$he Impending Trouble.
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(United Press Leased Wlro.)
SPOKANE, Wash., Nov. 11.--The
federal authorities havo co-operated
with tho Spokano polico to tho extent
that tho guardjiouso at Fort Georgo
Wright, whore 000 colored troops nro
quartored, has . been turned ovor to
tho polico to bo used as a temporary
iail. . "
A hundred Industrialists, of whom
20 will bo deported as alions, havo
been taken there. Tho polico have
possession of hn abandoned school-
house nnd now'havo room for 5000
Thirty government emigration of
ficers hnvo reported hero for the
purposo of ferreting aliens for do-
Revolutionary recruits nro arriv
ing from tho entire Pneific northwest,
middlo west and parts of tho oast.
Aftor nine days of steady fighting
tho situation is becoming more, sori
ous, despite tho hungor-striko among
tho 300 convicted Industrialists.
The nolico nro doubling tho spe
cial force, yot thoy fear thoy will
soon bo unable to copo with tho situ
ation! It is predicted that tho city
will bo undor mnrtial law within a
A delegation of Inbor unionists met
with tho city council yestordny in a
special session, asking for a modi
fication of tho streot-spcoking ordi
nance. Unnbl(i to reach an agree
ment, tho lnbor unions state that thoy
will invoke tho initiative to compel
tho council to ndopt nn ordinnnco
patterned nftor one in operation in
Senttlo, giving tho right to speak on
strcots nt any timo, with tho oxcop
tion of hours of heavy traffic, by
the police snvoral hours' no-
Ilffum to Kut,
Moro thnn 200 Industrialists have
not eaten for seven days, thrusting
tho bread nnd water out of their cells
when offered. Eighty oro in tho
care of physicians on account of
their rofusnl to oat.( .Tninns Wilson,
Chnrlos Thompson, F. J. Footo, J."
Cousins and C. L. Fcligne, Industrial
lenders mid workers, were sent to the
Tho city is floodod with Pinkerton
dotectives. Many cititzons nro ngi-
inling tho formation of a citizens'
jillinnco to control tho fight,
Nino day$ aftor "free-speech" dav
of him. Tho warning signal bin
been flung to tho breeze. It Ik poh-
siblo that tho crisis may bd peaco-
fully passed, but unless tho Socialist
forces weaken very materially or tho
authorities meet their propositions,
the crisis will bo anything but a ro
Fifteen Hundred Fighters.
Today there nro in round numbere
1500 netivo Industrial Workers of
tho World men in tho fight waged in
this city ngninfit tho city curtailing
tho privilego,of speaking on the
streets. Reinforcements are pouring
I ... iri T.i.-i... Ti-.i
7' "'"". . -
Los Angples. A few days ngo Iho
MUI1VU piivuum Ul HUIUI I'll
.crowds in the streets and arrested
(Continued on paee 8.)
After This Evening Will Not Con
sider Any Further Petitions Rc-N
garding Finch or Daly Re-. '
serves His Opinion,
(United Press Leased Wire.)
SALEM, Or., Nov. 11. "Unless all
efforts havo ceased within fc reason
able time on the piirt of cithor Finch
or Daly's frionds to secliro tho com
mutation of their death sentences,
will bo unable to givo out a final do
cision und'nt tho present timo I can
not tell my opinions regarding tho
petitions already submitted, ns i
would not bo fair to givo out iufor
mntion concerning either no's chances
until tho Inst offort has boon mado
toward that end, nnd I will not con
sent to consider nny moro petitions
aitor tonight." i
This statement wns mado by Gov
ornor Benson to a reportor of tho
United Press in nn intorviow this
morning wlioli nsked regarding tho
I'liich nud Daly casos, now. so in
tensely interesting to tho gonornl
public in Oregon.
Fisher Does Not Appear.
Last niirht Govornor Benson rnneiv
ed word that tho brother of jho lato
Ralph Fisher would call on him some
timo today, presumably in regard to
the Finch case, but so far Jio has
failed to appear. Tho governor sent
to Portland last night for further
tostimony in tho Daly caso. Much of
tho testimony hns already boon hand
ed to tho governor, but in order to
ook moro closoly into tho onso, ho
was compelled to pocuro tho tosti-
mny introduced at fho first stago of
In connootion with the probnblo in
torviow with the brother of Ralph
Fishor and tho additional testimony
in tho Dnly caso to look over and ex
amine, Govornor Bonson was inform
ed last night that n petition wns bo-"'S-dro'dntod
among the citizons. of
(Continued on pass 8.)
BUICK WINS LONG
HARD ROAD RACE
Louis Chevrolet Annexes Hard'
Earned Victory In Atlanta, Av
eraging 72 Miles an Hour.
Clnrcnci! II. Snyder of tho Snyder
Motor Car eompnny is grently elated
ovor the victory in Atlnntn, Ga., of
tho Huiek ear, drivon by Louis Chev
rolet, as he has ho agenoy of thoso
cars and will hnvo ono on exhibition
in a fow days in his garago. Press
dispatchos tolling of the victory nny:
Louis 'Chovrolot, tho Swiss plfof
of tho Huiek car, who has jumped
into racing promiiieiico within tho
Inst year, annexed another hnrd-
earued victory bore today whon ho
captured the 200-niilo stook'chnBHis
raeo, averaging about 72 milcB nn
Chevrolet's victory came ns a cli
max in a record-breaking contest in
which Aaltnta's now two-mile speed
way wns opened.
Chevrolet's winning of tho 200
milo rnco in 2:40:48 was a brilliant
oxploit, lowering Burmnn's record of
3:24:13 4-10, mado in a Huiek-nt In
dianapolis. TlioMg pilot stopped but
500 ADDITIONAL WILL BULLETIN
MEN WANTED PROGRAM OF
TO WORK ON MR. OODLIN
John R. Allen Returns From Trip to
Portland, Where Ho Left Orders
. With Employment Agencies
for 500 Moro Men.
SOON TO ASK FRANCHISES.
ASHLAND AND GRANTS PASS
Work on Pacific & Eastern to
RushedPlenty of Men, Says
Allen,' But Will Not Work. '
Five liunuroa additional men are
wanted (or construction work on tho
Pacific & Eastern oxtonslonr-and em
ployment agents In Portland hnvo ro
colvod instructions to forward thorn
as rapidly ns possclblo. It was fo
tho purposo ot Bocurlng thosoumpn
that Job? H. Alien has sbent tho past
fow days In Portland, returning to
day. With 500 additional mon, tho
force on tho Pacific & Eastern will
total botwecn 300 and 900 mon.
"Thoro nro plenty of laborers in
Portland," said Mr. Allon upoh his
return, "but tnhoy do not seom to
caro to work. I loft orders, howovor,
to havo tho omploymont agonts for
ward all available."
Rush Is tho koynoto of tho sltu.v
tlon on tho Pacific & EaBtorn oxten
plon nt prosont. With the arrival of
moro mon, moro campu will bo os
tnbllahcd and tho oxtousion ot tho
To Ask Franchises.
At tho noxt meeting of tho city
councils In Grants Pass and Ash
land Mr. Allon will apply In thoao
cities .or an oloctrlc road franchise
As rapidly as posslblo ho will got tho
many mnttora In shapo In order to
start construction of tho rond.
BATTLING NELSON OFFERS
PURSE FOR BIG FIGHT
(Unlteil Prenn Lcnseil Wire)
NEW YORK, Nov. II .Rattling
Nelson, tho world'fl lightweight chnm
pion, broko into tlio "winu-uiuuors "
eirolo todny by offoring $85,000 for
tho Joffrios-JohiiRon fight.
Noithor of tho fighlors, howovor,
has hoard anything nbout a certifier
chock accompanying tho offer.
The fight fans nro incredulous, ns
Nelson proposes to stago ilia fight ot
his Novada mining property, whore
thoro is neither nn aronn nor n rail
rond. - .
onco in tho 100 lnps, nnd then only
whon his machine caught ftro, Chov
rolot assumed tho lead in tho first
lnp and iucronsed it slowly hut stead
ily for 72 milos. Tho Chnlraors-Do
troit cars for a timo took his; exhaust
nt distances that seemed to iuorenso
only by inolios, but in tho first ton
lnps their inches hnd multiplied into
almost a mile.
No .serious accidont marred tho
day's sport. Tho nearest approach
to such an accident occurred in the
85th lap, whon Harry Stillmnn, whoso
Harmon had not experienced a singlo
dolay, ran into the inner gutter of
tho track. Neither ho nor his nsHist-
nut wns hurt beyond u fow bruises.
Three wheels flow off tho car, ono
of them rolling 200 yards, At this
timo Stillmnn soomcd cortnin to boat
out tho Clinlmors-Dfltroit drivers for
second honors, having worked to tho
foro of tho mrichinos, while one was
roplacing n tire nnd tho other was
renewing its fuel.
Stillmnn's withdrawal left the two
Chalmors-DotroitH to fight it out for
second plnco. Charles Daslo'a Ren
ault stayed hopolossly (o the finish,
many mile behind, hut tho other cars
hud gradually been eliminated. .
Several Breeding Cages Will Be Es
tablished Whcro- Incubation of
Moth Will Be Carefully Ob
served and Warnjng Sent.
ORCHARDISTS THEN CAN
KEEP ORCHARDS CLEAN
Is Unique Plan and Rogue River VaK
ley Is First to Adopt It-Will , :
ftfc - A 1 111 111
ue ot ureal uenent.
If the plans, of I'l'ofeixor O'Gara
and his helpors work out rlKht. next
Bprlng tho codlln moth !H bo kept 'Ijji,
BU IMI3 IUUV1II& .IlllUUU Ul W1U BimiJT
wagons that ho;wlll havo no place to
lay his obbs.
Undor tho system projected1 brood
ing cagot) will bo established at Ash
land, Medford, Central Print and at
otiior points In tho vnlloy, whoro the
Incubation ot tho moth will bo care
fully obsorved. Tho cages will cover
& full grown tree "upon which tho co
coons ot tho moth will bo plnntod.
These trees will be opon to aljat
mosphorlcal conditions nnd the i a?
volopmont of tho cocoons will bo nor
mal. Tho dovolopmont will bo closely
watched and at tho proper times bul
letins will bo oont out to surrounding
fruit growors stating upon Jii3t what
days tho spraying for tho moth will
bo most offectunl.
Dy having stations In dlfforont
parts of tho valloy tho crusade.
against tho codlln moth will bo more
offoctual, as tho developm4 ot the
pest varlos sevoral days bef dlf
foront parts of tho fruit bolt.
Tho plan Is unique among tb- "i-
nuls of fruit growing, tho Rogue "
or valloy bolng tho first to attempt it.
TO ELECTRIFY WESTERN
DIVISION NORTHERN PACIFIC
(United Press Loaaod Wlro.)
EVERETT, Wash., Nov. 11.
Gre.U Northeui enginoers nro todny
working on plnns for tho dovolopmont
of a big oloctrical plant in the Lake
Choma country that is oxpooted to
produce 80,000 horsopowor, which is
to bo used for tho purpose of oleo-
rifyiuS tho western division of the
GET AN EXTRA
You'll Need It, for First' Killing Frost
of Season Is Predicted by Mr.
According te Mr. Wouthor Man.
you'l' noo 1 nn oxtra blanket tonight.
for ho has prodlctod, for tho first
timo this ecr.Bon, a killing tveai.
Fair wo..thor Is predlcto.l for Pri-
dny. Tonight .wtll bo coltlor, with
heavy to klllhg frosts.
BOOSTER HARTOG OK
EUGENE GETS JO
EUGENE. Or.. Nov. 11. John IT.
faring, who has b&en emnlnved hv
past two yean to direat its promo
tion work, 4iHs rMifned, to take tf
foot nt the. oxpirtion of his prest
contract, in December. 'Ho will onUr
business for himself, tho imtur f
tyluch has not been givon out. Siset
Mr. Ilarg Mtwe to Eugene, narty
two yoiiW aro. ha has done bxcellnk
work in advertising Eugene!s advan
tages in th ast ,aud in thnt tim
Hq city hm, d4ed prHaps Iwm uo.
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