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MDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
SUNDAY MY THIS
KORD PIUNT1NU CO.
Th Democratic Times, The Moilford
Mall. The Melton! Tribune The Houtb
era Oregon Ian, The AstiUml Tribune.
Office Mall Tribune nulldlntr. SS-ST-SS
North Kir street; phone. Main 1021;
QEOriOE PUTNAM. Kdltor and Manager
Wntered nn second -claa matter at
Mtdrord. Oregon, nJer the ael of
March 3, 1879.
Official Paper of the City of Medrord.
Official Paper of Jackson County.
One yrar, by mall. .15,0ft
One month, by malt. ........ , .DO
Per month, delivered by carrier In
Medford, Jacksonville and Cen
tral rotnt. ,S0
Ratitrday only, by mall, per year.. ?.o
Weekly, per year......,., 1.S0
Dally average or eleven montha end
Ins November 30. 1911, 3751.
Leaied Wire Vnlted Prcsa
The Mall Tribune tg on mile at the
Ferry News Stand, Run Franelaco.
Portland Hold New Stand. Portland,
nowtnnn Newa Co., Portland. Ore.
W. O. Whitney, Seattle, Wash.
Metropolis of Southern Oregon and
Northern California, nnd tho fastest
growing city In Oregon.
Population U. S. renaus 1910 SS40;
estimated. 1911 10.000.
Klvo hundred thouoand dollar Gravity
Water System completed, giving flnent
auiiply pure mountain water, and 17.3
mllea of atreets paved.
Poitofflce receipts for year eiullnc
November 30, 1911, show Increase of 19
At -the Churches
FlrM'Clwrch of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday morning service at eleven
o'clock. Subject of lesson-sermon:
"Unreality;'' Wednesday evening
meeting at seven-thirty. All aro wel
come. Sunday school at ten. Ali
under tho ago f twenty aro Invited.
Heading room hours, Uo to five
p. in. dally, except Sunday. Church
edifice, North Oakdalc.
At the tabernacle corner Fifth and
Central. There will be (services at
2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Subject for tho
afternoon service. "The hunger of a
Christian and the Satisfying Portion."
Evening subject, "The Handwriting
St. Mark's Episcopal
Services In St. Mark's Hall, cor
ner of Main and Holly street.
Sunday services. Holy Commun
ion 8 a. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. on.;
Service, Holy Enchorlst and sermon
by tho Bishop of Oregon, TIL Rev,
Charles Scadding, D. D., at 11 a. m.,
evening prayer and sermon, S p. m.
Monday and Tuesday the Southern
Oregon convention meets here, the
following is the pregram:
12 noon, luncheon and address to
men by Bishop Scadding and others.
2:30 p. m. Organization and con
ference. 8 p. m. Public meeting with ten
mlnuto addresses on the topic "Thy
7:30 a. m. Holy Enchorlst and
10 a. m. Conference.
12 an. Prayers for missions.
Afternoon Drive around Medford.
Corner of Fourth and Bartlctt
streets, 13. OHn Eldrldge, pastor.
Services Sunday as follews: Preach
Ing, 11 a. m. and S p. m subjects,
morning, "Tho Enchanted Soul";
Sunday school, 9: 15 a. an.; Ep
worth Lcaguo, C:45 p. m. Prayer
mooting Thursday evening 7:30
Excellent nfuslc under tho direc
tion of F. C. EdmeadB. You aro
, Son Ices in tho Baptist church Sun
day as follews: Sunday bchool, 9:4ft
a. in. The Sunday school rally will
bo held at 11 a. in. Music furnished
by tho orchestra.
Preaching service at 7:30 p. m.
Sermon by the pastor.
Juniors meet at 3 p. m.
Young People's meeting 6:30 p. m.
All aro Invited to these services.
A, A. Holmes, pastor.
Preaching both morning and even
Jngj by the pastor. Bible bchool at
10 a. ni.; Christian Endeavor at
0:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thurs
day1 evening. Choir practlco on
Friday evening. You ure cordially
-Invited to come and worship with
us., Evening service begins at 7:30
Instead of 8, D. D. Boylo, minister.
Musses 8 and 10:30.
A qunrtottc, n full chorus and or
uheetra will asslbt In tho morning
service. Preaching at 11 a. m.
The same musical help In the morn
ing service will bo In the evening
service. Preaching at 7:30 p. in.
C. E, society at 0:30 p. in. Sunday
school at 10 a. in. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7; 30 p. in, f
THOU SHALT NOT STEAL.
4rTu60'slmlt not steal " was tlo t'oniiimnitinrnl doliv
A erod by the modern Closes of the Bull Moose io (hose
who followed him out oC'thc hind of plenty, uway from
the fleshpols of 13gypt. Doing interpreted this means
4Thou shnlt not steal from M15 onlv from the other fel
low." The Third Term party is not the republican party. In
fact it is openly fighting the old party and doing its ut
most to oppose it. Widely does it advertise the fact that it
has no affiliations with that organization.
Yet in California, the Bull .Mooters have stolen the
name of the republican party, and the Roosevelt electors
appeftr upon the ballot as "Republican." while 'the Taft
electors are denied a place upon the ballot.
The only way the regular republicans' California can
vote for 'Pa ft is to write out the names qf the' thirteen
electors Upon the ballot who mav in some wav be nom
inated to represent Taft.
The state primary law, which permits such theft, and
fraud is a rank piece of legislation put through by Hiram
Johnson to strengthen his hold upon the state a ease of
"too much Johnson."
If California wants to vote for Roosevelt, why not vole
for him as "Progressive" as is done in other states, and
enable the standpatters to vote for Taft, instead of forcing
them to vote outside their party?
Even if the nomination of Taft was stolen, it docs not
justify the theft of his party from Taft in California. Two
wrongs do not make a right, and in all probability both
thefts will be rewarded by defeat at the polls.
The action of the Roosevclters is not a "square-deal
but it is as square as many of their leader's acts. It is
following Jiis own precedent.
"Thou shalt not steal" is the battle cry as "We battle
for the Lord on the field of Armageddon" the lord of
course being Roosevelt. '
WELCOME, LITTLE FILIPINO.
THE Oriental hook-worm has been discovered in the
Rogue River valley smuggled in from the Philippines
to escape dutv bv a former resident.
physicians have not caught him under the microscope is
simply because they haven't tried to.
The hook-worm is here, all right. Its ravages are ap
parent in many localities,, particularly in the Willamette
valley, where the hook-worm should be blamed for the
prevailing mossbaekism not its victims.
The hook-worm is- what makes so many Orogonians
lazy, shiftiest and "no account." It is what makes so
many bitter against progress of all kinds the cause of
perfect content with intolerable conditions. What little
vigor the hook-worm has left, is expended' in protest
Perhaps the introduction of the Oriental variety may
improve the local species. The Filipino breed is said to be
more prolific and busier than the American, and a cross
may-strengthen the breed. Perhaps it -will attract Rocke
feller's attention and he will spend a little of the unearned
increment he secures here by peddling adulterated gaso
line, in its eradication.
So let us welcome the little stranger. It can't do any
worse than those already here and it may wake us all up
by exterminating its local rival in a to be famous war of
l lirht.fh IO lliHn,iiw r.4-. ..4-1 . w ..1.S-V..4- 4-1,... I w.j.t ji..
auuu io iiuuniij; cunning iui.mil iiiio umruii'ijk.
hook-worm has loner existed in Oregon. The fact
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PITY THE POOR RAILROADS.
ACCORDING to tho reports filed with the state rail
road commission, the Rogue River valley railroad is
about the only railroad in Oregon showing a net profit.
The Rarnum profit is $37.50. Jt is small because of
the costly war successfully waged against the automobile
stage line, and perhaps because the operating expenses
are divided in the family.
The Barnum road shows a profit against the apparent
losses, simply because its statement is an honest one. The
other statements are a matter of bookkeeping slight-of-hand.
Interest on enormous loads of water, absurd sums as
leases of subsidiary lines, inflated securities of all kinds
upon which the public is asked to return revenue, con
struction accounts charged to operation these are a few
of the methods employed to show the railroad operating at
Yet the Southern Pacific's earnings in Oregon per mile
are greater than those of other railroads and its operat
ing cost not above the average. Jts freight rates are the
Pity the poor railroads but don't pass the hat. If
you did, it would be the occasion of another issue of water,
not the building of needed branches to develop their own
BY STOCK MARKET
VIM YOKK, Oct. C-Oiiwiin ac
tive mid htronj,' tho stoel: market
here today displayed a nteadier tone,
(,'aiiiH of u ooiiit or (wo being recojd
el in Heading and Canadian Pacific
St, Paul, JIurrimaiiK, Missouri Paci
fic and Steel ulsosUowed good guiiif.
California Petroleum, juttt listed held
first place at tho opening, initial
dealings being made at (10 to 07. Lea
ders reucted Hlightly, probably hh ii
result of the npprulienfcion excited by
tho prominence of tliin latent Kpeeia!
ty, but later iccovered.
The market closed strong.
Uondij yere bteady.
Joe Uoeinan of Gold Hill Is In Med
ford on a short business trip.
CHICAGO VICE RING
CHICAGO, Oct. r,. With dcni.c:iH
of the rcntiieted dihtiict lleeing from
the vice crusade mid,, of Ilia fetnto
attorney, panic cxihIh in the under
world hoio today,- Of the four luiu
drcd complaint tiled )e.sn than u
hunched Jiavc been served im the
others have Jled.
Scores of inmate fioui the var
ious resorta ueio anaigued, mont of
them being lined and warned.
Vice CommiHbina .Cliaiimaii Kim
refused to publish the "vice Ko."
showing the named of icHpeetalile
owncrrf of, reuortn, but lie will be ic-
quircd to produce thy Ley in coin I
"CASCARETS" FOR A
SICK, SOUR STOMACH
(ionlly Hut Thotitiuiltl) 'ti'itUM tun!
ttegtiluto Voitc Muuuu'h, Mxer
nuil IlinveN While- Vm Sloop
Tlmt uwfnl nouiiH'HH, uelt'lilnu ot
acid and foul i'iikm; tl'al palu In tho
ptt of Urn Htoiuiioli. tho hcaithuiiit
iiervotiHnotfd, nnliKvn. blontlnjr nflor
wiling, fooling of f ulltiot, iltiiemi
and tick hoailuijho, niwuia n dliuir
doroll Htoinnrli, which iiviuuil Ito icgu
latod until joil inhiou' tho cauFO. U
Isn't our vtiiHnuh'H fault. Your
Htouinch Is u sOoit a any.
TV) CnycarolHh?- Iho lmmoill(lel.Y,
oloanso siiul rcgu'lntr the slonlnch, o
mno tho boiu, MuYtllROsteil ami for
nioutlug food and foul un.si"; lake Iho
oeob hllo from tho liver nnd carry
df tho constipated. wnsto'iuUtlor and
poison from thff Intestines nml bow
ol. Then ourHuninch trouhlu Ih
ended. A CasViuot tonight will
straighten ou ou( b iiioriilng a 10
cent box from any drug storo will
Keep our btuiunch suoot, ller nml
bowels regular for months, on't for
get the children their little Insldei
need a good gontlo cleansing, too
A Change of Fcnturc
? I 111
It's a Bear!
In nfloii vofy dolrnblo eHpoolnlly by
oldorli ptiiilo Nothttijt efriM't thlH
ehailpo lioitof, or gle ii'. person a
young; iippfllUMiirn mllcjAit,'(.thaii a
now oi of tooth. hotitlllh natural
onon bo Uit. Wo ran inlllto "from
tun to twenty .rura dl(toionru td your
iidvuulngo. 1( oii will lt)t tin attend
to uur tooth and sdlect '(6r you a
new sol of thy ery host nualltv
Majlio It'a what YOU need.
Over Daulota tor limit. Pacific
Phono 2 N 2 S . Home Phonn 3frS-K
TDK rt'lUTY AMI Ql'AlilTV
Our llrcnd. Pics, Cakos nnd Pastry
nro Tho Host In town. Call and see
them. Hood service ami quick de
livery. Home Phono 32.
HUSKING lUtOS., Prop.
Money on liaml at all times
to loan on improved ranches
nnd city property-at lowest
on or be fort
pri vile-cm.' '
Phono 3231 820 G -G. BUIr
LAST POPULAR EXCURSION of tho SEASON
PACIFIC & EASTERN RAILWAY
TO EUTTE FALLS
SUNDAY, (NT. (i, 1!)12
ROUND TUMI' ONLV UK)
Spend a day of rest in the mountains. CJootl Hotel
on CJ rounds.
Leave Mudfbrd 8:00 a.m. Leave Unite Kails -1:00 p.m.
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Medford Opera House
Tuesday, Octpber 8
WILLIAM A. BRADY, Ltd., Presents
'J ho Creates! Play
of (lie day
DIRECT FROM A YEAR'S RUN AT WILLIAM A.
BRADY'S PLAY HOUSE, NEW YORK CITY.
It lias tho "punch." Big, throbbing, real.
- 8 K Chr
Seals on Mile S.itmilny, OcIiiImt .".
PlId'H, !?!..-(), ijil.lK), llllll .'IMCIllM.
Sweet, crjsp and firm with a tfcneroii.s
strip of lean riinnin,' through it pleas
ing to see and deliglill'iillv nppcti.iiiL'
UNION MEAT COMPANY
Pioneer Packors of tho Pacific
Sold and Recommended by
Allen (Jrocory Co,
V h. Heholffolln
K.iKt Hide Orocury Co,
C. P. Krlhs & Co.
11. & C. Cash Htoro
O. Jl. Vorhlok
West Sldo Mai hot
V. O. Crabflll
O. Ii. Harsly
Davldflou Ac Iliittorflold
w. ii, Xiydlard
A (ireat Uig "Hilvot
lU'ai fully mounted-
that you could not buy
less than $1100.00,
One Mongolian Spotted Leo
uird lully mounted -- a
litrli priced Kug, cheap at
i'J other expensive Oriental
1 1 fugs- Leopard .skins with
J black bear border, rare spe
Out South American Black
Magic mounted valued at
The U'ug collection and iho
"Ilcst" little $:1800.()0 IJun
galow Home in the city goes
for the modest sum of L'.'lTf).
The house we just completed
and built for a "Home"
new and clean, carries $2o00
insurance which is not near
This artistic bungalow is
liSx.V) (wi on a large lot fiO.s
110 feet, located on Ixoso av
enue, a paved street, close
in, where everbody owns
their own homes and many
new ones under construction
well built and finely fin
ished, double' constructed,
which is a rare thing in this
Small fuel hills, porch clear
across Iho front with large
cut stone porch piers, largo
living room 1U.28 feet, with
fire place of while glazed
brick, maple thiol's highly
polished, nice grills, china
closets and built-in cabinets
and bins in the kitchen, solid
brass eleclVic fixtures and
solid brass hardware to
match laundry trays with
hot and cold water; large
sleeping porch, two-toned
window shades, beautiful
tinted walls, nice lawn this
is one of the plans being used
so much at Long Heaoh, Cal
ifornia. If there are any
houses of this quality and lo
cation in tho city tor sale
you will find I hem listed
around $ 1000.00.
Willi this home we throw in
for good measure $000.00
worth of Oriental Rugs all
for $L.'17."i.OO because we are
moving east in October, (lei
busy and own a ' L'eal 1 lome'.
If there is "one" Ihing you
should try lo buy "(iootf" it
is a "Home." A cheap
"Shack" of a house in a
"Muni" location which you
expeel to call your "Nome"
will always be an evesore to
yourself and family; build
ing material has increased in
price about 20 in the last, o
mouths, and you would have
to hustle to build this house
"alone" even if you own
your own lot for Iho price we
are offering it, today. Wo
will build no more in " Med
io rd" so if you want a house
(hat will last a lifetime, wo
invite your most .careful ex
amination of (his" property.
$1100 cash Avill handle this
deal. fJust tho price, of a
small "auto." Which will
increase tho most in value,
tho Auto or the "Homo'i"
H. E. GATES Owner
23 Roso Avo.
WHERK TO OO
PimIit IUmi (hill IVople'H AiiiiiNi'inent
Co. SniueiiMi In Pit lute Prodm-llon
. TODAYS l-'KATimi:
Unusually flno, oxtioinnly driiiunMu
and coiiv Iiu'Iuk
Tin: son ok tiiiiviomn"
A Ifmuitlful diania that Mill lUM't'iil
". KIlONTIKIt SOMUiai'S I'OH.
A nt or) of pioneer ln m, (nil ot tin Ilia
"ONI.V A MIM.KU'K P.UMIIITICU"
A Thaiihoimer comedy, full of k!krI'
Ali SATHPIt In Souk
Appropriate Mimic and llimllntlt) l.'f
lectu oy It. Ii. I'OltltPST and
II. Ii. WOOMVOUTH
A iiuirlitl adaptation of the fnnioUH
lUverslde rlnisle, produced liy tho
famous ThiinhoiiHer Coiupnuy
v Mallows Pally
ADMISSION no AND IOe
I'll SOU AND davi:
In it Itulie Comnly
"A CHILD'S IPWIOHSi:"
A llloKriiph featuro with a nontm-
Tin: oiiti. at tiii: cupola"
A.SoIIk siiulllitndor with u stroiiR plot
' anil c.xi ' ' r' "'
Willi I'uiiitj .liilin Ituiiiiy
Mattni'CH Sulurday and Kuiiday 2 p.m.
MTitlnco prlcea bo and 10a
HvonliiK Porfonnanco 7 p, in.
AdmUnlon uvenlnisa I On and lfo
Clark ft Wright
WASHINGTON, 1), O.
Puhllo Laud Matters: Final Proof,
Desert Lands, Contest and Mining
t'OMPLPTIJ I'HANOH Of
I 'I lie Inner f 'lit l
U A MrMK'iiKi'i fmm Ifeainey. A
ntory of tho ilii)s of t'ra
uiout'ii Culoflrula uxpedlllou
:t .HoIiIIiik (lie I'nit.
I 'Iho KciilniUy (art,
Complete riintiKo of Pioitram Sunday.
Call us up for nil kinds of KxprcM
work quick dollvory our upcclalty,
PAUL & LAWRENOE
Phono Pacific 3301 Stand at Nash
Wo rnrry a vory coniplntn linn of
drniutrliiH, tucn ciirlnlim, flvtiirim, nlo,
nml do ull eliiNNoit of iijiliiilHtnrlnK' A
Hpirlnl mini in look utirr thin work
nxalimlvuly iiihI will ulva iih rikkI
Hurvlcn ii w In ii'iimllilo to Kot In even
Ilia lurKHt iililt'H.
Weeks & McGowan Oo.
00 aorqs, six miles from Medford,
Kood urndod road crossoa tho tract,
all froo soil, at f(0 por acre. 91000
will liandlo, oasy torrns on balance,
Part Is crook bottom land, ultahU
for alfalfa, Sovoral springs on the
plnco. Timber enough to pay for the
tract. No buildings, In tho Griffin
W. T. York ft Co.