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MEDFORD AtATT; TRTOUNR rEDKOKD, 0KKC10N, WRDNKSUUY, JANUARY 20, 10W.
. tttDTORD MAIL TRIBUNE
, . AN XllimWSNnKNT.NRWrtPAl'KU .
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fcxi."T KI1NIAY I1V TI
WKDI-ORU l'JUNTlNU CO,
, -i Tho
iMHll, ,110 JUU11,'HI Alii'uni-, '" 'v.M
Thd Mcdford Trtiimie,
em omroninn, Th Aaninmi miuuno.
Omen MnU TrllniriA Uullillntr. sx-37-
Norih, l'lr street; phone. Main 3031.
01:01101: 1'lltTNAM.'Kdttor nnd Manner
k. Pntfrtl ,-ltfl
unyrr wio nei ui
.MS re II 3, I81V.
Offlelnl Vary? of the Cltv of MinUonl.
orjici.il raycr or jncKoi yomuy.
, . strBscmirnoK xatss.
. Ono year, by malt . ...u.. ?R.Gfl
Odd montn, by mail - .o
IVr mmiili, tlcllvrrrd liy carrier In
Mixirnnt JnrVumivlllA iMlil On-
trul l'olnl - . - . -0
,iliinlay only, by mall. lr ar S.jo
Weekly. per year -- -.. va(
Tnlly ixvprnfri' fur levon months end-
Jik KoVMnlur 80. asll.,1
MLEM, dnn. 27. -Tojho Editer:
1 vvrcd 5 ou loday that llouc Hill
, l".) had been reconsidered. There
Nvill he uicctin tonight of the com-
' mi.tgn rond nnd liiibvvnys mid 1
enclose you herewith u -cotnmuiiiea-tioiwhieh
I am sending to-that coni
'niittee, which will show my objec
tions to tlio bill. The vvny that the
Dint (or slnitds nt tho proHcnt time in
this: tli- senate, Iihh passed senate
mil No. 12, the lumse hns parsed Xo
JKIJ a large mimbor utinomhare f
tlio house toom to he Rimini I tctl t it.
J'JiU'h r tlit-so hilU w ratlicr to thu
uxltvuio. In the (tonalo hill it ii pro
vtdvd that an I'levlion i wllod and
tltoro is no notice icn of the (tlnco
vrlicru tho ponaiuniit hlRhay in to
1C coiihtriielcd. In hutiso hfll 103,
you will note Hint it in provided thst
ilioro must ho n distriet road ntectiiiK
heforo tho location of the proposed
mud can he o.it:bliglil. I am of the
opinion Hint my bill Xo. 13 will prob
nbly bo ndoptol ns a compromise.
itoicfnl for Goh1 lloads
1 nm cry hopeful that pood road
legifflntion will be enacted at this hcs.
bion. I have worked ery hard to
brine about some comprehensive
horacMkul nH'be ntisfnctorj to
rijiiajorityof, thft conflicting intercuts
and I feci euro that this legislature
Uifiiot gotiiR'to ndjotirn and leave this
ci1edtion'nnfeettIcd. Senator Von der
Helleu, in llio senate, has splendid
charge of tho situation there. I aiu
of the opinion that if the representa
tives from Jackson county can assist
in passing good ronds legislation that
jvill give the people of our district the
fjood road-, that they want that it
would bo better than to do anything
c!mj nt this bnsxioiu I mil thoroughly
appreciative of the fjiot that the peo
je of our county tire demanding
od rondn legislation and thitt they
axpeot ns tn accomplish fiometluug
along this line.
lira II1U ot InlmluciHl
Miy .ho way, you bad an article iu
yoiir valued pnper a few dnys ago
Mating that I bad iutroductid a bill
Providing for the ci cation of the
uffico of fire uiurriliull. llr. Cowlo-i
rtllled to 6ee uio Saturday evening
nlid left with wo a wry ejfeellantly
ilrawn;iiH'iiHiiro jirouding for the ore
ntioii of tho office of T7re marshal
nlid iibkcd mo io iiitrodiico tho smiiic
I beliovn (hut thin in a very meri-
(tilionu mciiMiro but the tlciDiiinls thiU
Wive itliondy Ifeeii miulo ittiQn the
M'If-lalui'o nta ho cfvoi- that It i
going to bo absolutely ugwMflry to
'dnrtall' the ioxpoiio'iJiiii)nvlier. If
AP d not do It lllo people of the
tllalo Will (imo a right to wiy Unit
'tins legislature wan llio uiont cspeii-
she iu the history of tho ntiltf. J
iiavc.'iioivovKr, lurnmi inu Mil over
'(o thb coimiiitti'o mi iiiMiraiico and
hiiVii asked llietu (o gio it their care
ful attention. You were, howovcr, in
error In haying that 1 had introduced
this measure; it bus not, in fiuM, been
' your very hineerely,
. C h. ItEAMKH.
JOLTS AND JINGLES
By Ad Brown
Mrs, Percy Vero do yore,
11 Sadly bIioU a pourJy tear,
' DruBbed her fnco with a bit of lace
A lid mado the rcmurkg thut aro
OF PROSPECTS FOR
"Things have como to a pretty pass
Ywlr'uln iituren Us la tljo fugo,
, 'Jui cQiintrya hoadod dovyn tho hill
At, really, finite a. ranld pace."
f) t )
.' sTh'unMrt, Percy Veto dg Vere
Shed another iiearly tear
And the pink of her clieefc came off
J,f" her fsco
fJiito tho bit of dainty loco
'ff.Asho elg;lied, "I'va the gown, and
hoHBo, and all
t'lljH, the WHsqii'b aren't going to
give a bull,"
in . i
ALLKORNTA its siiomlimr
vJ -syjiy in atUUtidn to millions s)cntby varit)tts fount ios
foi good vomls J
Arnshington is to spontl vlo,0(H),000 ou trunk lines, in
nddilion to sovcnil millions already snout.
British Coluinliia is sponding many millions in highway
OVocon alono of tho const states' is not spon'dini? a font
for highways and the outlook is gloomy for its spending
Constitutional amondments passed at the last general
tfkction'piiymit tho state and tho county to, spam! two porj
eont oC thdir assessed valuation for hiimwnv const met ion.1
Enabling acts arc necessary to make these laws effective
and tho legislature so far has shown incapacity to pass
TJic Panama Pacific exposition will draw tens of thou
sands of people to tho coast yet Oregon is doing nothing
to mnke it possible for them to see thostato by automobile.
"What is tho nso of making a display at tho exposition
to attract tourists Avhen tourists cannot get through the
state when thoy eome i
Tho legislature is not only deadlocked on an enabling
act to permit countries to bond themselves, but has made
no effort toward building tVunk lines through the state.
Tho Pacific Highway is one of the great assets of the
state, yet the legislature cannot see that it is worthy of
consideration. . .
Ten millions of dollars of appropriations are asked al
ready not a cent for tho Pacific highway. Moreover, the
legislators will tell you such legislation couldn't pass, and
if it did, would be refcrended! PinMhican't-do-it club
down and thev will tell von "the r;inm is onnnmil in if "
that is, a few pests that claim to represent the Kramje at
every legislature, have "got
ana even oimtca tnemimo passing grange bills repudiated
by the people last fall.
The legislature is an expensive luxury. The house
alone has !)"i stenographers and pages for sixty members,
each at $o per day tt is trying to regulate 'everything
under the sun but doesn't seem able, either to compre
hend or realize the fact th;it the all important legislation
before it, is that ensuring a program of good roads con
struction. 3s Oregon to remain forever iu the rear of the proces
sion? Js the state always to be
tlie const? Always to lag behind her sister states in enter
priso and development i She will, just so long as her legis-
miora iau ro grasp tue necessity ot state Highways.
The lack of good roads is costing Oregon hundreds of
thousands of dollars yearly. The state is daily losing de
sirable population and wealthy homeseekers. Oregon's
attitude is forcing the best class of people to pass through
her on limited trains at night to reach a state where thev
have real highways instead of streaks of mire where the
part that the tourist plays in a country made beautiful bv
liatiux is realized .and appreciated and real effort madit to
The fact that the valley is located in Oregon instead
of California has cost the Rogue River vallev millions in
money and thousands in population for in California the
state not only permits counties to develop themselves but
co-operates in their development.
Oregon's road lethargy will not only keep awav desir
able immigration and shut off tourist traffic, but force her
own citizens leave the state to secure that which they ore
ui'iui'ii iii iiqine.
(Pormanont jurors 'to try
ITi J. Hobliuon, butcher,
David Ouun, artist, Plor-.
Prank Hsnilsraou, rauohcr,
Silvester Orant, retired,
II. A. Ilurner, raudier,
Hymn Street, orange grow
Walter P. Arms, mining on
glucor, U'H AtiR'ilos.
Win. II. nrnofct, lodlug
hoiihe. proprlulor, Pasailonn.
Silas Svtchell, nitisle teach
er. Kl Monte.
(iSo. liompstvud, ninchcr,
i l,anHoijihJm j -. . i.
ANOKKS, Jan. 2'J. l)o-
feiiOuut, nttorncys and pormanont
Jurors In tho Harrow trial aro mark
ing time today wlillo court officers
are scouring tho county for citizens
drawn In tho fifth venire, from which
It will bo attempted to complete tho
Jury to try Clarence Harrow,
Thoro was no eesMon of tho trUI
today, tho prevloiiB venlro having
been exhausted during yesterday's
Tbo permanent Jurors Jiavo been
secured, wlillo ono talesman, seated
In the box for examination, Is ull
that remains ot tho fourth venlic,
Tho Shuberts will produce "rio
mance," liy Edward Suolton, ns Wln
throp Ames has disposed of his
rights In the play to them.
FIFTH VENIRE IS (RECORDER MUST
A$ TO TRY ! TURN ALL RECEIPTS
DARW AGAi OVER TO COUNTY
teOOO.OOO Torn alnlo hiirh
the goats" of the legislators
the inossbaek rendezvous of
The county court has upset a pre
cedent of many years' standing In
tho recorder's offlco at Jacksonville
by" ordering tho county recorder to
turn orco tho county in the fulijro
all recolpts In that office. Hereto
fore (ho recorder, not tilono ir. Col-
vlg, !ii t bis predecessors, b.ivo r-
eolved 110 monthly from tho abstract
lompanlcs In tho county Tor carbon
copUm of his records, taken as the;
luro mado from day to d.iy, Three
of (heso couipnnlos have lieou receiv
ing tho copies and paying $10 cacti
making ti return to tho rci order of
ISO a mouth. This mouoy In the fu
ture must bo turned over to the
"f do not seo why this money,"
states W. O, I.covur, county loinmls
slonur, "shoiild not bo coiiHiderud u
fee. If ' other officers furnish a
copy pf their rciorda'thcy charge u
fco for It and turn 'the 'in6uey over
to tho county. Thoy aro on a salary
which In uupposed to ho their full
"I am not censuring Mr. Colvlg.
Ho bus simply been following Iu the
footsteps of his predecessors, this
courso having u precedont stretching
over ninny yours. However I bollovo
thut this mouoy paid tho recorder Is
a feu and wo shall expect it, In tho
future, to ho turned ovor to tho
treasuicr. Tho othor members ot
tho county court aro In full accord
with myself." ' '
JoHra A. Per!
28 S. J1AUTLOTT
l'iioucs M. 171 and 17.1
Ainbiilaiico Scnli'o Deputy Coroner
UtaR ARM BY
POSTAL AUTHORiTf ES
Wjird vtwhod iron! IioMoihIh n
the effect thiiFtlhlfU- ILJIfSWiiiln,
under iiulu'liuilt nt Clovottiml,' Ohio,
for tsi of tho iiiiiiN U defraud, Nils
arretted nt Hoston TinSllnV iftul held.1
under $10,000 botuN to mwiil urmtil
of federal orfieer from Cleveland.
.MoNieholas ic util kiuiuii tti Med
io nl where a year ago hwt IWomhor
he nrgiituVcd a company to rn'iiuho
the Tolw Iniek plant from Uie liny
brother, lie seeured unite a sum of
money, initoh f which ho was forced
l'rexious io the Tola promotion
sehehio, ho cleaned up a lot tunc by
manipulating tt number of placet
minci in Josephine county, including
the "Old Chaiiiier' mine owned bv
.1. K. llimev. lie paid S'.WOOO down
for mi option mi thin property mid
then effected n merger with other
optional mine and proceeded to ell
highly watered loek iu tho. holding
company, which only owned options.
While in Mcdfurd he honlcd thlit lie
had "stung" Win. Rockefeller und
oilier wealthy men in tho deal bv
pretending to let (hem in ou the
ground flour to xktM the public. When
the option, expired, the scheme col
lapsed. Indictments of Jimien II. mid
Tlininnx McXiohohi. Itnillier mid
residents of I'orllaud. were oled iu
flcxchiiid late la-t em .lux before
the iadlctmeiilN were lvlnrued, holli
wer reH)iled to he lii:tg iu Toit
laud, but disappcarpil when the nffi
cers cainc In arnt them, and have
not been heard from xiucc until the
polal nulliiitilies made the arTodt of
lame If. in lt.nlnii. toth of the
brolhi!iK were Mievrd to hnie cone
Jo Jlexicn. The fact that .laiaei II.
llid triiiciKil iu the mliung'opeintiniis
nceiiicd bv ilio irovcniincol of fraud.
Inu returned to the rutted Slate,
will be taken bv their IWlhwid n
evidence that the brother will fight
the charges preferred aeninst them
on tpoiimnivf of Ohio w-ilncc.
It is not kiiiiwu here how mnn
counl wer.n iu the indictment re
turned nt Chjv eland, mil from tho
Hlnjomento of the federal authorities
it ii inferred that sevoral rhnrxotf
have been profcrred. Scernl mining
compnnios were promoted bv Jume
If., nnd a large amount of stock ohl
in thee. His bea-ieit operalioni
wcro in and about Clevelnnd. where
ho i said to have sold nn enormoiK
ipmnllly of stock which proved
worthless. The St. Joe and the Deep
Gravel cwniNiiifcs were two of the
main concerns iinoKed in the
OVER KLAMATH FALLS
In as cxtltlug a gnme ntf lias been
played hero In years Mcdford IiIrIi
school Tuesday night defeated tho
Klamath' Palls team nt basket ball;
score, 0 to IK. The game was not
decided until extra t lino hnd been al
lowed to play off a lie, ns the scoro
stood ls-18 when tlmo was called
The wining banket was thrown by
Cochran who alined a perfect throw
from tho tenter of tho floor, vvhllo
tho 201) high ncliool Hludotits prosciil
wont Into u fron.y of applause.
Tho Illicit ii'rlionl team played
smoothly throughout and was kept
a( Us best by tho aggrenslvo and ac
rurato work of tho opponents. Tho
gnmo aroused innrii enthusiasm from
tho supporters of tho team than hns
hitherto been dlsphood and speaks
well for coutliitiml Interest Iu the
What Is certain Io m a fast gaiho
will bo played Thursday evening nt
tho N'al vvhnii tho Chosen I'rlciidii
meet (ho Ashland Athletics. Tho
Ashhiud team defeated (ho Klamath
Falls hojs by it larger sioru than tho
IiIkIi school, and as tho Chosen
Prleuds have once dofnated Ashland
this game 'should be woll'wQrtll see
ing. Should the Clioapn' Krlonds
win, us tho dono has It thoy will, It
will put tlicfti on oiiuu'l fdotlng wltii
tho high School, A large crowd Is
putted, many coming from Ashland.
Legal blanks for tale st tho Mall
Ttjbuno offlco. . tf
7iere Is Otttyi Qua m ,.
That Is '
Laxative Breme Quinine
VXD THE WORLD OVER TO
Always remember tho full namo, Look
for this sljjnnturo on every box, 26c,
LEAVE FOR SALEM
, At n mooting of llio Qnmuiorelnl
With highway eommtnee Tuesday, nt
which MehrV, Ton Velio nnd Iie(ir
wen- pitvsent. it wi decided to send
a special lobby of idlixcn to Salenv
to work for good roaiU lobulation,
parlieuhulv a siitisftvelor.v bonding
act. The comuiUloo vill nlw Join llio
Portland huduos in the the appeal
to tho htglsltilure for a fair appro
priatiou, The road situation was illrinrd
and it was tho sense of the meeting
that the most important piece of leg
islation was an enabling act so that
counties could issue bonds. After
this, oamo Pacific lligliwnv or trunk
lino legislation, followed ly stale aid
The following couiiuillee lonu'
Wednesday owning lor Salem Io la.
bor for highways: A. tt. Kcame, J.
M. ICcene. Vm. (lerig, W. II. Cauoii,
W. II. (lore, W. l. Oolvig mid II.
POHTIiAN'D. .Inn. 2!.-Oiio huiu
divd and forly-cluhl ellirctiM wsrn
clccled bv tho special committee of
business men yesterday Io iviirowuf
Portland hcfoin the coinmittciMi of
the legislatiite in coiumcl n ft the
nature and Cost of the plan tr (Jrc-
roii'i icpreMMilnltnii nt the lOI.'t ex
position at San Kmueisco nnd Man
Ou a spei'iiil train the men elorlcd
ywtcrdav will lenre Pol I land Thurs
day evening tit -I :ttl) o'clock from
Park nml Sulmou tieeln. Thev will
have dinner iu Snlcm and mel the
wins mid menu nnd o.Miitltn coiu
inlllceii of lioAse nnd senate nt 7:.10
It Is not tho Hirp"o of Ihe com
mittee In til before tho ItHnwInluie
nskhiK Ihe nt'iiroprintloii of a deflnilr
sain fr exposition punss. The
bifttness men believe that Oregon
hIiauIiI be distinctively repreiitfd
but at Ihe smultest coiikistcnt cnt to
the taxpayer. While thev would not
have the state ndrertNing value of
the occasion overlooked, they believe
that bv nvoidlag a plan whorebv
most of the mrfne will be pshl out in
sularic Onon onimitunltlisi will be
exhibited in sueh a wnv ns Io be
remembered bv visitors without ex
ABSENT PRIVATES OF
0. H. G. MUST EXPLAIN
Coveninietit Inspection ot the Ore
gon National Guards will bo hold In
Mcdford, Wednesday. 1 cbruary 6th.
Those of tbo company who have been
coining to drill nro In good shape for
the Inspection, but two-thirds of the
company bnvu not been nt drill for
somo time and seem to take nu Inter
est la tho work.
Captain henuo stnted that he had
done all in his power to got them to
come, and that ho fully Intended to
turn the names. ot thoso ubseut over
to tho government Inspector and that
a charge was to bo placed against
them thut would mean a heavy flue
and also Imprisonment.
Ho Could Have Ihe Paper
To the IMiter: If Clir.-t xhouM
come to Mcilford und perform some
good Kiimuiiliiii serviie would Ihe
.Mini Tiihuiie in cord him as much
free advertising as it did Io Mud An
derson, u set tilt pugilihl mid degen
erate I opine mil.
Mcilfnril, Jim. 'J".
Blame on the Women
Meiirord, Ore., Jan. 'it, I a 13.
IMIIor M.ill Trillium:
As tho liminr mid loifmll scorn to
think that they are not competent to
maiiago (ho city affairs without hav
ing a cabinet or advisory board, I
think It would bo udvlsablo to luivo
u commission form of government
1 bullovo tho citizens of Medford
could select threu citizens that would
bo competent and willing to tuku
chargo of tho city nfalis for a roil-
ox-juonnlilo (oiuponsntlon. I don't think
tho taxpayers ut Mcdford can afford
to hnvon mayor iindco'uiicll thdt have
no coufldeiico In tlioinHol'vcH to ox
porJmont, for tho next (wo years, t
BUHE A OOLB IN ONE DAY.
think to "Irnvo nu ndvljitiry Imurd
would wuly euniplleivto'iimttoi's, And
In ciiKo of n fnjlur'o to niliiilnlstpr the
oily uffiilni propurly who would bv l
bliuno (he nmyoiniid Culinell or 'the
advisory boiud?' "liolm answers
wlul,, tho only sitlvnllnu would he to
hnvo n reiireseutattvn from the
(lieater .Medfoid elnfi nnd then ' Dow
ser like siiv. U was thu Woman."
W J IJIlt'MlUlili
lilt Irtiigfit a Uundiflnc held li
Try iWi it W ill sy iu. 'lb- n-t .
lit; illM-prmWvli'.willil.lMx llU)
2 for 25c
I'nnttrokv, 3 1 In. Knuril, I J. 11 In.
OFO P. IDE ft CO.
At M iUVji e f.M Milrlt
TKOV. tl Y.
(lri Hit eel
Prof. '. S. Isiugnrci' ot Witsblngloii,
l. '., International Secietury of
Tim ItellKlous Liberty
Shall t'onmexs Piesirltm Voiir He
Shall the 4'lumli Kuter t'ollllt';
Lecture lleRliv 7:30
a iiAiti: TiaT-Mit:
25c Noon Lunch
Meat, Che.re of Two ICntrres
PIo or Pudding
Coffee or Milk
Dread and Ilutter
uiBil I y v
Here everywhere in tiic Fro.en north in ihe
fever ridden swamps of the tropics they look to
me for aid.
To the invalid, the convalescent, the old, the
infirm, 1 give real helpful .service.
A little of me ocs a long way. y"
Ci ro V.bl. pore and old.
W. J. Van Schuyvcr & Co., General AgonUi, Portlivntl.
m gri r n lm
Golden Rod Oats
Juvjis llio Children Healthy loo
NOT),- l:nrli2rntlmp wild jmimkhix mul h4.im. vl jur
lirocrra rilnt f flrrclao, l,i and iu,u.W link
Order DIRECT frcm a Facfcry
twi'i. $1.40 -" . . .'.
4-rii i in tnfl uukiw ,y vi iiii
comer wont windows e.o nu ,,
INII3C VVIIWOW rniM
iMinc poof tsm
thnk rtil , .
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VAl W. II.I.K
Dlneltfe (Vnnulp Rlnullig,
'I'hlkluc and K0VHLTV
. , LVVNvJhSfl, , ,
I'liotoplny Sunday .V .Monday
f TA.MLVd Till III PMIUNTS I
'llio Home of I ratmo Pliolopbi)s
An Ml Slur Plmw Today
"MIMlMMtSS IP NntlLKCf"
A drnmstle revelnilou tiuirind liy an
ull-slHr east. It s Plylmc "l" wiw
tm ii with our fuvoillos in tho Iwul.
ItO.MA.VCIl (M'TIMI H. S. N."
IPs u TbanlioilMrr
"I'll II HDOMIIHANH"
powerful tlmtiM of Ui lk
", (NiMitnv op iimiiiits"
UioiiiMHd rM. at a ftlKlt
New Song Ii At, SA'I lllllt
POIlltttST ANI WOOLWHKTH
Tho itmttliHo Wlmnls.
Matinees Dntly, 3 to f p, in.
ADnSSION. Oc AND 10c
eoMivj n:Ti itiw
lr. (Ini', L't. Ilnuia .
A Ctttni Northern senwtlon in 3 reels.
Pebrimry .'tril and lib
R3MWWf KWiiB77XirTn,i JXSOSeS .
a Specially of
nnr and UIHv.nrk
(for ii tt
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