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ItETXFOUD MAIL TUTTTOT!, MEITFORD, QRKOON. WRDNKSnAY. MAY 1. 11)12,
What the Orcunninn nys: One of
llio 0A ucts yet hecu at the ii"v
ltiitup!:i tlionter, is there this week.
It In uothini; mo ro oi les than thu
play, "The Soul Kis." condensed nud
ndttntcd to vmulov'.l'o. As if is it
continues nearly an hour, ncccjsitnt
ine; the subtraction of one of tin
mil nets from the hill. However, the
piny is essentially whole, the only
parts removed heinjr n few of tin. un
neeehsnry episodes and sonjjs.
The east also is larj;c and includes
n mimher of persons with )!euuutr
personalities and Reed voices, Miv
)innn Hoiiiuir as the sweetheart of
the French painter, Maurice, beinj:
the lending fiuure in the playlet.
Oeorjre If. Ford as .). Lucifer Me
histu has the second scene all to
himself, beiinr on the top of the Shuzer
huildins; of Xew York, from which
down actor, shnkJnfj with nje, was
realistic. Miss Anna Clark, in a iium
her of specialties, was about n Iur
it hit us any other member of the
east. Ten hours and fivu scenes uro
introduced in the play.
Next to the headliner is a Reed
mixture of everything and nothing
with serious intent. Mouto Hrook
and llert Harris are the perpetrators
of what they eall "A Mild Flirtation."
Moth have cood voiees. and the sine-
Iiir and dnnehiR make the act one of
the strongest of the bill.
The Oarpo" brothers present a
number of "stunts'' that are fresh
from the athletic factory, and Figaro,
n juRRler, presents a ood line f
Virginia McAdnins in plcnsiiit;
whiotliiii' specialties was pIcumiir and
concluded tHw high elii bill.
Medford theater, Wcilucsduy night.
May 1st. Seat.- at Hawkins now.
HIGH SCHOOL MEET
TO BE HELD MAY II
GEORGE AND STELLA WATSON WHO HAVE A CLEVER AND CLEAN
ACT AT THE STAR THIS CHANGE.
lofty eminence he takes an imtmrtinl
view of life. In his short review or
view he manages to give out some
rather tcre and pithy sayings.
The story recites the love of a girl
for a man and the love of the man for
someone else. Maurice, the painter,
is searching for an ideal, which Ale
phisto tries to supply. Hero is where
the soul kiss is introduced.
The character work of Lew Harris
OR Solomon Slevinski, the broken-
UNIVKKSITY OP ORKGON'. Ku-
gene, May 1. The Untverslty of(
Oregon annual Intcrsrholustlc track ,
meet, which Is scheduled for Satur-f
dny. May 11, promises to bo a grand
success. Fully thirty schools will
enter teams. A feature of the week
end at Eugene that will bo of special
Interest to the high school athtcto
will bo the lecture on track training
by William L. Hayward, Oregon's
noted trainer. He has gathered pic
tures of the finishes In all the Im
portant meets, including those of the
Olympic games, and also has pic
tures Illustrating certain defects In
form. These will be thrown on the
screen and will servo to Illustrate
On account of the great expense
of bringing teams from Eastern Or
egon only tho winners of first and
second honors la tho meet to be held
at Baker on May 4 will bo brought
to tho meet from east of the Cascades.
CITV TltEASrUEU'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given tho city of
Medford, Jackson, county, Oregon,
will tako up and cancel tho follow
ing Improvement bonds.
Juno 1. 1910; 468, 469. 470
December 1, 1909; 54S. 549, 530
dated December 1, 1910; 23S dated
June 1, 1910. Also water main im
provement bond Xo. 4 series B dated
Juno 1, 1910. Interest on tho above i
bonds will ceaso Juno 1, 1912.
Dated May 1, 1912.
GUS H. SAMUELS.
36 City Treasurer,
BE SEEN HERE
"Spring Maid" one of the no-t suc
cessful of the latter dav nuiMc.il
comedie-4 may be seen in Medford
June 4 if enough local people wifh to
see it. Manager Md'ollum e: the
opera house ha opened Mih.criitiou
U'REN POINTS BENEFIT
(Continued from Page 1.)
tion, every public sen-ice corporation
and every owner of land and other
natural resources assescd at more
than. $10,000 and not above $20,000
in the county shall pay a specific tax
of $2..')0 on each $1,000; the rate U
graduated upward in step-, of $10,000
so that for all above $100,000 of such
numbers I assessed value the owner shall imv
114. 113. dated December 1. '$30 on each $1,000 annuullv.
; 172 to ISO Jnclusivo dated' ''This specific tax against owner
dated , -ill tom-li the I't-iiiim Innl ulm lm
leased his property with u conenant
that the tenant shall pay all taxes
and assessments against the proper
ty. This specific tax is assessed
aaiu&t the person and not against
the property. A man owning $o00,000
worth of lots, leased on the above
conditions would pay annually from
bis crouixl rent s?13.1"0 of tlii tn
'This, with the public -en ice corpora
tion fraiichixes all paying at the same,
rates, will greatly i educe the general
tax levy in every county in the state.
It i- expected to bring the single ta
rate down from i-M 1-1 mills to (! mill
in I'lackauuis county.
"At the same time, the single taxers
will submit local county hills to ex
empt personal property and improve
ments on laud in Multnomah, t laeka
laas anil Coos counties. These bills
are siititmtted under the provisions oi
the county home rifle tax and exemp
tion amendment adopted by the jho
pie of Oregon in 1010.
"The big businuss aud public ser
vice corporation interests and big
land speculators arc greatly exercised
over theso measures. The submission
of these measures directly to the
people is embarrassing because, it is
impossible to buy up a majority of
the voters or even to feel them verv
Miss Kate F. O'Connor, of liouk
ford, III., one of the leading club
women mid suffragists of the middle
west is in the valley to spend iv few
days. Miss O'Connor is in the real
estate business in ttockford and is
hero to look over some ranch property
with a view of purchasing.
As a member of a little coterie f
Uoekford and Chicago women MUs
O'Connor has betoi prominent in wo
men's club activities in the country,
hi that coterie ate daiie Addition, of
Hull house; Julia Lathrop, recently
appointed by President Tuft us head
of the child labor commission ; mid
Catherine W'uugli MeCiilloiigh, Kvans.
ton's woman justice of the peace, and
lawyer. If Miss O'Connor's stay in
me eny win uiiow u is not impronai)c
that the local suffragists will cuter
It takes five different aged
whiskies to make Cyrus
Noble each one good in
itself. But it takes blend
ing and re-ageing to bring
out the best in each to
"round-out" the flavor.
Why punish youmclf with rotinhi hlKh'pronf, atroilg'
whiskey when you can get Cyru Noble everywhere?
T. Van Hclutywr .M Co., (Icn'l ArcuPi. lMrtUnil
PLEADS FOR WOMEN
(Continued from I'ago 1.)
wrong done to anyone was donu lo
"There is no woman ipicstion. it
is a human ipicstion. As the mother
is so is the sou. .Sho should have
the right to express an opinion be
cause shr has opinions worth while.
"The only reason against suffrage
for women which is sound is the in
difference of women to civic responsi
bility. The principal argument of the
anti's however is that there is too
much suffrage already. Hut this ts
"Women arc different from men,
this is the best reason why men can
not represent her.
"If a woman does not have the bal
lot and obligation to the state all she
has is it menace. She must come in
some day. IaiI Oregon not he tho last
to fall in line. Now is the lime."
To the East
Hound Trip tick
cw to tho prin
cipal Cities of
thn East, going
or return lug
nia, or vlu Port
land, doing lim
it 1 5 days, final
return limit Oc
tober 31, on mtlo
May U-3-4-9-10-1 1-14-1G-17-1S- Aug. i-U-:t-l!-7-l 3-10-lG-22-2a-Ua-
Juno t-n-7-8-13-tr.-17-lK-tU- Hept. t-5.fi. 7-8-1 1-12-30,
20-21. H4-30.27-28. 'J3.
July J-3-n.7-U-12-irclC.20- KUp-orrf going or returning
22.2a.2fi. 29-30-31. wlfHlu the limit.
Newport Yaquina Bay
There is Only Onm
Laxative Breme Quinine
UteV THE WORLD OVOI TO OtMW A COLD IM 9HC BAY.
Always remember tho full namo. Look
for this signature on every box. 25c.
Tho home of the Hhodolendrou, tin Ideal place to npiuid tb num
nier. Low round trtp mid week end tlcKcti. Reasonable hotel
rut en, out door amiiftomeuta, Imthlug, boating. Kolf. fUhluK. etc.
Irfnv Karr (( Meeting of Women''i 'lut Hah I-YhiicJaco, Juno ill
to July 0.
PACIFIC ItAIIiWAY A NAVIGATION IIKACHKH
Are now within enny reach by tho V. It. & N. and u new field for n
pleasant vacation open. Week end ticket now on ualo mid Heanou
tlckctn from all polutn on snlo Juno int. v
PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL
Opoua Juno 10 and cloaca Juno 15. Tho Krcttcrtt Floral Kieatn mid
Carnival of IMemuro yet hold. Low round trip tlckota on aate from
tilt point. ,
For beautifully lllustrntcd bookletn dcMcrlblng Newport, liny
ocean and othor polutn, an well nn Information About Kaateru
Farea, routen, ntop-ovora, otc. call on ueareat Anont or wrlto to
JOHN M. HCOTT. Oonernl PaaHonRor At;ont, Portland, Oregon.
II. 1. O. K. (KlkH) Convention,. July H to lil, JOI'J.
X-xVij JL V( x. J- A-
We have just three more days to close out every shoe jf
in the house Saturday is the finish
We still have a complete assortment of sizes for Men and Women.
Do not fail to lay in a supply of good shoes that will last you all season.
Florsheim Shoes for Men
$3.00 value, latest last, cut to $3.39
$5.00 value, fall style, cut to $2.49
$5.00 value, all fancy, cut to $1.39
$5.00 value, latest last, cut to $3.39
$5.00 value, tall. last, cut to $2.49
$5.00 value, all fancy lasts, cut to $1.39
Cross Shoes for Women
$4.00 value, latest lasts, cut to $1.98
$4.00 value, fall lasts, cut to $1.49
$4.00 value, all fancy lasts, cut to 89
$4.00 value, latest lasts, cut to... $1.98
$4.00 value, fall lasts, cut to $1.49
$1.00 value, all fancy lasts, cut to 89
Comforts and Blankets
We have too many and want to turn them
75c Blankets cut to . 49
$1:00 Blankets cut to 69
$1.50 Blankets cut to 98
$2.00 Blankets, large si'c, cut to $1.39
$2.50 Blankets, large size, cut to $1.89
$1.00 Comforts , 89
$1.50 Comforts ;$1.19
$2.00 Comforts $1.49
UNION MADE OVERALLS AT COST
We hope to sell them all out in throe days. All
oxtra well made
$1.00 values to close 75
75c values to close 55
$1.00 Blouses to close 75
75c Blouses to close 50
Values up to $11.50, choice, each $1
Sweaters for mon, women and childron
$5.00 Skirts, one lot to close $2.79
These are real bargains and prices hold good for three days only
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
H. N. MOE & CO.
125 East Main Street