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The Democrats Tlmm, Thn MpdforJ
Mail. Tne Me.iroru TriDunc. tho Bourn
trn Orcgohlnn, The. Ashland Tribune.
PEOPLE OP MEDFORD NOT POOLS.
Office Mnll Tribune UulUlIni'. 35-S7-!
North Kir street; phono. Main 3021;
QKOnoiJI'UTNAM. Rdttnrand .Manager
Entered n spcoml-clnaa matter at
Meilfortl, Oregon, nler the act of
March S, 1878.
At s the Churtlies
At ZIon Lutheran 61 C W. 4th St
There will ho German servleo tit- 1 1
a. in., subject, "Tho lleformntlon
Special Reformation service at
7; 30 p. m. Topic, "The Hofornia
Hon and Education." In connection
with the service an address will bo
delivered on tho Swedish iteformer
"CJustav Adolph," hy A. N. Nelson,
Ph. D. Etngle Bible school at 10
a. m. Come and worship.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday morning service at eleven
o'clock, Subject ol lesson-sermon, i
TJT12 Mail Tribune is in receipt of a communication Prom
Benton Bowel's purporting to he an answer to the
Mail Tribune's editorial upon Hie MeuTord bridge. It is
not printed, as it occupies too much space, contains nothing
new and appeared in other eountyuipers before received.
It is a queer mixture of legal brief, misrepresentation and
appeal to prejudice.
It is not necessary to discuss the legal status of the
bridge appropriation as the supreme court will pass upon
it within a few weeks. Suffice it UTsixy that the bridge
money was provided by this year.'s road levy mul the
money was on hand when the contract was let.
-As regards the, petition of '700 taxpayers, against the
bridge, it is sufficient to say that the 'signatures Avcre
secured largely through misrepresentation as the result
of a personal canvas by Mr. Bowers. The signet's only
heard one side of the case and that misrepresented.
Mr. Bowel's again asserts the falsehood that the county
stands the cost of the entire bridge, $.111,900, when it is a
matter of record that the city of Medford voted bonds and
the city council authorized "the payment of $13,500, and
the Pacific and Eastern railroad $2,500, making the cost
o the county $17,900, not $33,900.
Mr. Bowers again asserts that Medford has received
its share of county appropriations when the facts are that
practically nothing from the general fund or from the
voad fund has been spent in Medford, though this cit
is the largest contributor.
Mr. Hewers announced last spring that he would enjoin
How Socialism Works Out
II I:...).... tin. tlitMl.itmnwt AeAjHA. .
day evening mcotins at "-3 aii Ulc onUSG because the county had not built a bridge at
are welcome. Suhday school "at ten. IV8-??1,0 " nCV0SS Bar tUQek lie W0U,tl SCt 0Ven
are In- ib "- w vuuiuu t. miv a uruiirUi ..uc'iuoru coiuuii r. xueil
age of twenty
"vltetl. Reading room hours, two
to 'five p." "'.- dally, excopl Sunday.
Church; 'edifice .North Oakdole. -
St. Mark's Kplsconal Church
Service in St. Mark's Hall, corner
Maln and Holly street. Itev. Jos-
''eph Shee'rln', priest In charge. '
Sunday services, as follews:
Holy Communion, S a. an.; Sun
day school, 10 a. m.; service and
sermon, 11 a. m.; evening prayer
(and sermon, 7;30. All are welcome.
M. K. Church, South
Corner Main and Oakdalc. Sun
day school, 10 a. m.; preaching n
a. m. and w:30 p. m. Morning
subject, "Jn Christ a New Creation."
Evening subject, "Ruth's Acta of
Love." Special orchestra music In
"the evening led by 'Jlr. Charles E.
Root. Everybody welcome. W. T.
v Preaching at 11 a. m., subject,
V'l Saw. Thee." Good music by the
'fluartette. Preaching at7:30 p.m.
day school at 10 a. m.; C. E. Socie
ty at 6:30 p. iri. Prayer meeting at
l!7:30 p, in. every Thursday.
he and the Ashland clique, the old Carter ring that for
years dominated tho county's politics, saw a chance to
make political capital and align the county against Med
ford in the interest of the Ashland candidate, and the
campaign of misrepresentation and prejudice started.
, The injunction had Judge Dunn's approval, because
lie has never protested it never uttered a word against it.
lie could have called it off, but didn't. He must have
lgured that the move would get him votes outside the
city and that Medford citizens were fools enough to vote
for him and the interests inimical to Medford back his
candidacy against their own interests.
Judge Dunn is mistaken people of Medford are not
To tho editer: Among th IdealH of
socialism may be mentioned "nation
ulltntton of hind, rolleetlvutlon of
capital, orgnnlxntlon of InduRliy by
thn slate, public Instead of private
enterprise, tho lucn,imlltlH of wealth
to he adjusted by taxation, tho o-tcu-dun
of municipal authorities, tho
establishment of public work shnpR
for the unemployed and full political
equality for nil, men and women."
In tho KriMiflr revolution those
principals wero put to tho test vlti
what result? Instead of uiittotmMxn
tlon of land urter thn evolution, It
full Into thu hands of tho bourgeois
or mlddlo classes, and eventually
passed Into tho hnmh of tens of thou
sands of peasant proprietors, and
thus was prlvuto proprietorship os-
H. K. HANNA
Son of tho Late Judge llanna, Who
for Twcnty-flvc Wars Occupied
tho Circuit Court Uench of This
District, Is Kudot-M'd for Pmsecut
HAS AN ENVIABLE RECORD.
A MONG the state officials who have made good is Ben
--"V. Olcott, secretary of state, who was .appointed by
Governor West to take the nlace of the late Frank W.
4. Masses 8 and 10:30. Evening
.devotions and sermon, 7:30.
Z Corner Fpurth .and Bartjett streets,
fE. Olln Eldrldge, pastor. Services
Sunday as follews:
Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.,
subjects, morning, "Soul Vision."
Evening, "The Rich Young Ruler."
All other services as usual. Excel
lent music by the choir under the
direction of T. C. Edmeads. You
are cordially invited to all services.
Brother Farmer and Landewner:
We are about to have submitted to
lis, to become a law, and binding on
us alone, an amendment, termed
'pecifio Graduate! Tax." It pretends
to stand for Justice, Equity and the
abolition of "Specific Privelcgcs" and
iniquitous "combines," It will c
move the tax from nil other "class of
properly whatsoever ami place same
on our land. If forced on us it will
be through the "combine" of a very
large class, whose pergonal property
furnishes them n living and com
petence, who therefore are directly
interested and benefitted by it be
coming a statute, a very limited class
of uridisceniing fanners and land
owners and the registered "tramp,"
"loafer" and "bum." Is this justice?
Virtually they say to us, "We can try
this measure, und then if you don't
like it you cun have it repealed ami
pay the expense besides, provided our
Trust does not vote to perpetuate it."
When the necessity antes for bond
ing u state, county or town, these
"special privileged" freo boosters,
having absolutely no liability for re
demption, nud needing all the public
utilities, and necessities we do, can
voto any unreasonable tax, or bond
for tlio land owners (o pay and re
deem. How long could any school
district survive under any such rc
gimef Will the courts permit such n law
in Oregon, wucn wo are compelled
to curry our complaint to them on
tho grounds of being unjust, inequit
able, and unconstitutional, and forced
on us aguinst our will and not by
ft majority of tho voters nlono re-
. sponsible for tho redemption of iU
provisions und exactions?
Mr. conscientious, fair-minded,
and justice-moving voter of Oregon,
)lM8q,t"sit up nud tako notice."
Mr. Olcott's record is an enviable one. TTe has cur
tailed expenditures, increased efficiency and operated the
office upon business lines instead of political. '
All". Olcott is an experfaccountant by profession and
not a politician.- ,He'liaS Antroduced,all-ilic;ncedcd reforms
nrtrl nnnnnrninc fhof o lmnl- nw lmnmn 17XZ.ZU .....l.' '
tisc in the conduct of the state's aff.-ihx. TT Kmo hX
Lnusually efficient a faithful, impartial and competent
Tin's is an instance where party lines should be disre
garded and merit, so rare in public office, be rewarded.
A vote for Mr. Olcott is a vote for your own interests
rather than the wishes of the politicians Seeking office.
Straw Vote Shows Wilson Landslide
The relative strength of tho can
didates in tho electoral collego as
Indicated by tho canvass conducted
by thoNew York Herald and other
metropolitan newspaper straw vote
is as follows, the tablo being a sum
mary of indications nine days before
Arkansas ,. . . ....." 9
Colorado . . f! !h ......... . C
.Connecticut ......, 7
Indiana 7. ,k& .5f .' . . . . . .V. .,15
Iowa ,"ri,rf ?!
Louisiana ..,.., 10
Vim no u
Mississippi , 10
Missouri ... 18
Montana , 4
Nebraska - , 8
Now Jersey 14
New" Mexico 3
New' York 45
North Carolina 12
Ohio j."i 24
Oklahoma . ., . , . ;' 10
Oregon' '. . .'.
South Carolina 0
South Dakota C
Tennessiio ...... ;V, '.12
Tota? .Si 20
Virginia ' , 12
West Virginia .' 8
I I II ( I f I I M
Total .,, ;....,.;... 11
Delaware .,,.. , 3
North Dakota f,
Now Hampshire 3g
Rhodo Island &
For Wilson Thlrty-flvo states,
total electoral voto 397
Ror Roosevelt Two states, total
electoral voto..... 20
For Taft Three states, total
electoral voto 1 1
Doubtful Eight states, total
electoral voto 03
Total electoral collego ..631
Necessary to- elect 2CC
Germ Destroying VuhM.cA Air That
Clears Stuffed-Up llond In u
Fciv .Minnies Jlreutlio It
Isn't It worth a little effort to
forever rid yourself of Catarrh when
Chas. Strang Is authorized to guar
antee) Hooth's HYOMKl to end tho
misery of Catarrh, or money back?
To banish Catarrh you must do
stroy Catarrh germs. HYO.MKI, tho
wonderful remedy made from Aus
tralian Eucalyptus and othor antisep
tics will destroy these gorms; will
end Catarrh; will overcomo Catarrh
Complotp outfit with inhaler,
$1.00; extra bottles, HOc. In each
package is a llttto book that tolls
how this slniplo remedy benefits
sufferers from Catarrh, Coughs,
Colds, Croup, and Catarrhal Deafness,
Following Ik an evcerpt rrom an
unsolicited and unpaid editorial of
the Oregon Observer (a Ornnts Pass
paper) of dato October !), 1!)12:
"II. K. llaqjin. non of tho lato cir
cuit Judge of the same name .re
ceived the republican nomination nt
the primary election last spring and
Is now asking to be elected. He Is
a you"K man of bright appearance
and who leaves n guod Impression
upon thoso who meet him. Hu Is a
practicing attorney, and In every
way qualified for tho position of dis
trict prosecutor. Those who know
him best have full confidence In him.
Mr. llanna promises a vigorous ad
ministration of tho office If elected.
The late Judge llanna for many
years occupied tha bench of this dis
trict, with mutual satisfaction to
both counties. The son gives prom
ise of equal success In the lesser of
fice. The voters of. Josephine county
cannot do bettor than help elect II.
K. llanna as next district prosecuting
Following is nn excerpt from an
unsolicited and unpaid' editorial ap
pearing in the Jacksonville Post of
October 19, 1912:
"Mr. Hanna, thorenubllcan npmt;
nee for prosecutlngutiorney, Is malt
ing his first venture In tho political
field, having entered the raco upon
number of thcjnasCpramlnent, men
of the countyrmon who know him
personally and who know that ho Is
well qualified for the pontioa.
"Mr. Hanna Is a native son of
Jackson county and has, resided In
Jacksonville his entlro lifetime ex
cepting the timo spent at college.
He is a young man of pleasing ad
dress, honest and upright In his deal
ings with his fellow men, well read
in the law, and amply qualified for
the office to which ho has been nom
inated." Following Is an editorial which
was printed In tho Oregon Observor
"The offlco of prosecuting attorney
Is a very important one as readers
of this paper of course know. It has
been abused during the past years as
the voters of course know. The
most dcslrablo candldato for various
reasons Is II. K. Hanna who received
the republican nomination at the pri
mary election. Ma has the qualifica
tion and has the approval of' author
ity high In court. His election would
mean a vigorous and rollnblc admin
istration. All will agreo that that
tuhllshoit mi a vld and mmuilor basis
than beforu (a good ichuU but not
HoelnllHiu). Ah to tho collectlvntlou
of capital tho result was that private
Incomes fell to tho vanishing point.
I'lllillu tivpeiidltuio wiih InereaHlug Mi
nn iCuiost lucrcdltilo degiee; the mld
dlo elnsiort worn ruined, and tho
working rhiHMPH simultaneously ic
duced to beggary. Hvnry blow aimed
ttt the head of tho capitalist fell on
thu bends of worca of workers. At
first tlino wan a great accumulation
and then u repudiation of uullnual
debt. Hut socialism achieved one end
It aimed at, and a state of municipal
anarchy and bankruptcy, from which
only tho lion bund of Napoleon evolv
MAUY A LICK MOUSIC.
TO THE VOTERS
Xi Justice of the l'eaee, According
M I .aw, Sluilt Have o Partner to
practice In Ills Court
Clark G Wright
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Public Land Matters: Final Proof,
Desert Lands, Contest and Mlnlni
CITY TAXI RATES
One or two passengers one mllo
Kach additional passenger
One or two pasengors three
fourths mlo CO
Kach additional passenger
thereafter ( r. 20
One or two passengers one
half mile GO
Kach additional passenger
Ono or two passungers from
all hotels to hospital 100
Kuch additional passenger
At any othor point, except on di
rect road to hospital, a calling or
dismissal charge' will bo mndo, on all
trips to hospital.
Waiting tlmo ton conta for every
tour minutes or $ 1.50 per hour.
Monthly accounts charged to re
Under no circumstances will ac
counts bn charged to any 0110 with
out first making mild urrangements
with tho management.
Our drivers are Instructed to col
lect faro from passengers at tho end
of each trip.
Wo employ sober and competont
chauffours who aro Instructed to
show ovcry courtesy to our patrons.
Our aim js to give you 'quick and
COUirjL HALL, Mgr.
I nm n candidate on the' democra
tic ticket for Justice of the Peace,
for the district of Medford.
Since, tho tlmo I became old
enough to vote I have nfflllnted
with republicans, but nt the last
primary oluctlon In this city, I was
without knowledgu or solicitation
whatever on my part, nominated ns
candidate on the democratic ticket.
Afterwards at tho solicitation of
many republicans and democrats of
Medford, I nccopted tho nomination,
nnil nm now n candldato for tho of
flco of Justice of tho Peace, and If
elected will exnrclso tho duties of
that office according to tho law and
to the best of my ability.
I believe In fairness and that the
lawn of the state should bo upheld,
and by public officials ns well nn
by private cltlicns. And tho Jus-
ttco of the Peace of Medford dis
trict has no more right to disregard
thu law of thu state pertaining to
his office, than has any Individual
to disregard the law.
The rode of the Stilto of Oregon
nt iiaragrnpli 11.17, among other
tlilngt pnnliles that "no Justice- or
the peare or county Judge or other
Jtnlli-iiU officer, xlmll liuxo a partner
ulio hliull practice law or act as at
torney In tlie court oer it lilt It lie
ytU0. Taylor, tho. republican can
didate for this office In tho Junior
partner of tho law firm of Car kin A
Taylor at this city.
This provision of thu code which
provides that no Justice of tho peaco
shalt have n partner who shnll practice-
law or net at attorney In his
court, is n law of tho people and
should bo observed by the Justice of
the pence, as well as any other law,
nnd In dplrlt and letter n well.
it I am elected to tho offlco of
Justice, of the Peaco, I premise the
people of Medford district that 1
will conduct this offlco lu accord
ance with thu law, and that I will
not have, nor will I permit any part
ner of mine, to appear In, as attor
ney, or to bring any suit or othor
action, In my court, ns hns been dono
in tho Juiitico Court of this district
during tho Inst administration.
(Paid Advt.) 11, A. CANADA Y.
G. A. GARDNER
If elected, will eaiefully serutlnlr.0
tho iieiuhi or tho offlco and niiiho any
ehangea that will help to Hystomntlxu
tho woilt, without unnecessary '
peiiMo to the county. Dullen pet
furiued according to law, Duo eouttu
sy to all vIhIIoiii or Inquiries, llusl-ness-llki)
Itepubllean nominee and voluntarily
endorsed by piuhlbltlou party. Can
dldato liaa been rcslitoht nud IiuhUichh
man of Talent for several years,
serving tho pulillo lu vnrluun ways.
Home vote In April prlmarlea 10J!
out of III otcH east for republican
candidates (or coUuty clerk,
NO. OX OFFICIAL UALLOT Ht
If you don't sot I ho
hook, in I he wimlpw
von want conio in
, iiiul nslc fop i(.
PINE TEETH MAKE A
but shapeless, uneven, or blackened
teeth spoil tho prettiest features.
Kvery girl should take thu greatest
caro of her tooth thoy will ho part
of her beauty equipment when she
grows to bo a woman. Wo mnko a
specialty of "training tho tooth"
from childhood up, and also do every
kind of Dental work lu n superior
manner, but at very rensouitblo
Lady Attendant 1
Over Danlols for Duds, Pacific
Phono 2G28, Home Phono 3G2-IC
W I : HAXDLi: ALL
nnd meet all dot or club rates
which aro advertised or of
fered hy any company. He
sides we give you a special
servjeo which J'quf do not goA
If you i'rnd direct to'iulillh
wniRi to 00
Perfect ventilation und comfoit
All This Week
TIIIJ "OKIIVO DUO"
Will make roinplute change, of pro
Today mill Tomorrow
Tlio Tun-Heel IVaturo
' (' A L K II V i: H T "
A rousing story, adapted from V,
llopkluHou Hmlth'H popular novel.
Dramatic situations, seiiHutliiunl div
ing. A flue lovo theme. .
ItKAIMXO TIIK IIAUYIvST IX Till!
Very Interesting educational.
WIII5X MKIU'V TKMPIMIH JtlHTICK
Convincing ThnuhouNer Drama,
Launching of the llniiiliiirg-Amerl-can
AL HATH Kit lu .New Souk
licit Music lu tho City.
t'Oity .Manning," lit three rels, No
vember -4 and G.
'Klugt in Kvlle," a master film, deal
lug with the French revolution, lu
two reels, November H nnd '.
70,000 apple, 23,000 pear, 2000
cherry, 2000 walnut, 10,00(1 prune,
extra heavy heavy grades, ono year
old trues, leading vnrlotlus, trtto to
name. Orown wlthqut Irrigation.
Will comparo with tho best trees to
bo found anywhere. Prices low.
Satisfaction guaranteed. tioud for
our list before placing your orders.
Adrcss N, li. Harvoy, Milwaukee,
Wo curry a very ,cornpleto line of
draperies. UcJ curtain, rtvturM, to.,
ami do all cIiumv of upholstarlnv. A
BPrclat nmn to look after tills work
xcliiiilvely and will kIy ootl
irvlco nn In nosalblo to eot In oven
tlio larKst cities.
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Kdw, FlKher'u Circuit Acts.
Thu best ucts tu bo obtained.
Independent nets used.
H P K O I A L
l'rlilny niul Saturday Only
THE " ' " "" ""'
Hlr Walter Hcolt's masterpiece, ex
iiufrtltely portrayed In three parts,
DIG UUItl'ltlHK COMKDY
1IIO VAUDKVILLK ACT
KINO AND LA VKLLK
Australian Comedy Klngers, Novelty
HH'eln .Matlneo Hatunhiy nnd Sunday
Comploto Chnngo of IMcturej and
Vaudeville nt thu Ugo Tonight.'
CO acres, six ratios from Medford.
good graded road crossos tho tract,
all freo soil, at 60 per aero, $1000
will handle, easy terms on balance
Part Is crook bottom land, suitable
for alfalfa. Several springs on the
placo, Tlmbor enough to pay for the
tract. No buildings, in the Griffin
W. T. York S Co
Vote for Millage Bill
Number 320 X Yes
It provide li. tenth of n mill tax for
support of Agricultural College and (Jul.
venlty of Oregon, giving thein perms
nunt ftiippnrt ami taking them out of
liolitlrs, ll mUii provldrn ohm llourj of
ltegentx, thus lolvlug the jirobliun Of
tiu-uperutlim, coimullilatlun, dlvUlon of
cuuritei hihI K.niiiiiiiy of lunnsgeuient,
It decs Mot Increase Ike average
rie ei laxaiioa.
It reaeals the ,e Ualver
slty aBpruarlatR bill.
Thn Hill U enilurned by Garemer
West! ''Till. Illll U In the juUrett of
good biuluetiMud ehuuld im."
By L. R. Alderman, BUte Buirlii
tendoiit I'ulillo liutruutlont "ICsiiarlauco
lu other etuttie ebon wiling bill jirlu
elplo tu bo tuilect."
By Will M. Daly, Preildent, Oregon
rltuto Keilerstloa of Luburi "No srgu.
meat ctn iicceatfully combat the beuellt
to the state taut will follow theudoptlou
tif the udllage titx pluu,"
Enderaed by Partlaad Tax fay-
illll prepared bv committee ofOor.r.
nor' C'oiiiiiiUiloa, llouriln of Itageuti,
ami udiiilnUtrutlTt olllceri of the two
W, K, NFAVKLL
CHAIItMAN Or UOVKItHOli'S CoMMissioa
) ' ' . ' (I'alil Advt.
HKIKJKAXT IIVHXK OP TIIK X.
fTIIK WILD MAX
farco 'comedy thnt lu a riot
TIIK HANK CAHIIIKIt
C. P. 0. (J,,
lltiiuiiiell and DeiiHel In u coiupli)o
chango of vauduvlllo tonight,
Two Dig Vaudovlllo Aqtu and 4000
foot of licensed first-run pictures.
Hatlsfaclloii guaranteed or your
v ADMISSION Klo AND IfJo
WH WILL MAIL YOU 1
for each sot of old Palio Teeth tent
us, Highest pricos paid for old Oold,
Silver, old Watches, Drokon Jewelry
and Precious Stonoi,
Monoy Sont hy Ileturn Mali,
PIiUn. Smelting & Iteflnlng Oorapaey
Kstabllshod 20 Yoare
808 CliesUiut St., Philadelphia, Pa,
We will buy your Gold Filings.
Oold Scrap; nnd Platinum. Hlgtawit
Drkfli paid. , .
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