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Medrord, Orejron, n.ter the act of
Mareh I, 1S7.
tftatet Par o the Cltf of Medfet,
official Fsper of Jackson county-.
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Dally nreraRp or eleven months end
!ng November 30, 111. STfii.
lmtA .Wire. Ualttd Vtrm
The Mull Trlbuno l. on vale at the
Perry New Stand, Ron FranrtReo.
, Portlind Hotel New. Stand. Portland.
Tkiwrann News Co., Portland. Ore.
W. O. Whitney. Soattln. Wash.
. MRtlFOftft, tfHKtfON.
Metropolis of Southern orefron nnd
Northern California, nnd the faatent
grotrlnfr eltr Jn Orefron. M.
Popuratlon U. S. rensua tilth-8840;
titlmatea. 1911 IO.Oob.
Five hundred thousand dollar flrnvltr
Water System completed, itlvlnr finest
supply pure mountain water, and 17.3
miles or Ktrects wired.
POKtofflce receipt for year ending-
wovemoer jo. mi. snow increase or
Banner fruit city In Oresron-Ttdfrne
Klver Spliaenberjr npplea won aweep
takes prise and title of
"Apple Klax- nt te W.rt4
at the Natlon.il Apnle Show, Spokane,
1909, and a car of New towns won
Ftml l'rla In, MIS
at Canadian International Apple Show,
Vancouver, B. C
Tlrrt Prlee U Mil
at Spokane National Apple 8ow Wl
oy carman or Newtown
Ttoirue Illver rwara brought htgheat
J trices In all market of the world dur
nr thevtaM alx Vcara
Write, Commercial Club, Inclosing?
cents for postage, for the finest comma
nlty pamphlet qver publlsfced.
THI MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION.
THERE fa a iVaI niisnitfttfi4tlAlliirt,' fmrtu'iilnrly
ninonpt country poot)lo in vognrd to the Mcuvlmnts Pro
iceiive Adsoointion of Arodfoiil.
Tho Meivhiinte Association it? jonorally rogardod aM
an association for niuiunl protection of merchants against
tlio t)it!)liJ nml for the regulation of competition and the
raising of "prices', in other words a trust. This false, idea
lias done much to embitter the country Against the city.
It has done much to make the people hostile to the associa
tion. The association is primarily a ( credit association for
protection against dead-heats, a hoard of trade, yet, as it
is tho only known organisation of merchants it is hlhlned
for work probably done m the past by secret trade agree
ments. The association is principally a social club, where mer
chants meet at dinner once a month and indulge in dis
cussion. The meetings are open and anyone who desires
can attend. I'riee regulation or control has never been
discussed and is no part of tho work of the association.
The Mail Tribune believes that the association spends
its energies on too trivial affairs, but that it can be made a
most effective instrument for the good of the entire valley
and will heartily co-operate in its every effort for tho up
building of town and country.
HIDING LIGHTS UNDER BUSHELS.
MME. LAIADIE SPEAKS
HERE NOVEMBER 2STH
An Interesting event ot a high and
unlquo character Is promised In the
forthcoming appearance of Mine.
Harriet Labadle -who will give a dra
matic InterpretaUon of "Tomorrow,"
n recent production from tho pen ot
Percy MacKaye, whose plays have
already placed him In the front rank
of American dramatists.
'-In 'Tomorrow" tno theme which
dr.AU with thij much discussed nb
Ject or eugencles from a new stand
point, tho author launches his, argu
ment in the strongest possible plea
to -woman to whom he directly ap
peals Ha the"' chief factor In tho up
building of a .better race.
... Mana,, Dale; .the prlelpal female
character la thft' play, stands for the
highest type of womanhood, and
through this character tho playwright
makes his .appeal to those instincts
In woman' which, once aroused, must
surely awaken her to a sense ot the
wonderful responsibility she bears
, lied power to handle the theme
of this play and her success In Invest
ing it with an intensity ot dramatic
quality as- to hold her auditors spell
bound carried away the critical au
dience formed of members ot the
Century Theater club of New York
before which Mine. Labadle appeared
last April and led to her being im
mediately elected as representative
At largo of the American Theater
goers of New York.
REV. HOLMES TO BE
IT is the general impression among countr) people that
merchandise prices are higher in Medford than in other
towns. Tins may have been true to some, extent m tlie
past, but it is not. true at present.
Medford stores are obliged to carry, in addition to the
grade of products demanded by the fanner, the fancier
grades usually called for in larger cities for the Medford
trade is the most particular of any found in the smaller
towns, because most of its residents are former city people.
A comparison of equal grades, shows that today, in
many instances, Medford is underselling1 tho smaller
towns, and in all, equaling competitive prices.
Trade follows the lines of least resistance to the X)eket
hook. It is therefore up to the merchants' themselves, by
advertising and other methods, to riiake their prices known
throughout the valley.
Merchants as a rule don't advertise prices sufficiently.
Full half the merchants of Medford never advertise at
all and then they complain that ijeoplc do not know they
are meeting all competition.
How could thev know it?
I lo trnl know of anything thnt would
ultraof innhi fuVovtiblo ill Unit loll lo
OnKm (linn, the fmlt Hint nil her
koIiooI children nm mUluir poultry
nml ifitUhlolu Ihm-ehy more thitii
rmniRh w'onllh to iwul tlu .tmmiKo of
tln pnhlin Hchiuil tvvirttMit.
ThtV nojitlry on Hjo Turin 5h n nei.
nuuilry-uoiiKiiWiitioii with most jwo.
pie. I.ttOn nUoiltion i.t pnht to it us
a nth? nml tin importance nml xih1
hlllttoit nro not conceived. We hnvo
no rclinhlo .IrttNicH Inter tluiii
I how of the 1A S. coimtis Tor I he
,VMr IntUh Tlmt your there were
7700,070 doxcus of cvr: produced in
Oregon; which) at mi iworniro price
of 2." cents, weic worth $1,027,
IOU.fitt. The vnlnc of nil poult rv
rntecd ill Dm stnto in 1800 win
$Sltl,(87. The ixinltry product Hint
yenr wns worth coiwidomhlo more
thnn cither of (ho following prudun(.-(
via: Auituhts slminliloivd,, how,
iruit of nil kiiitK mnl was nhmH
eaunl to the ont crop in value, and
was nhnnst u third as ivat as the
whent onp. Since 1800 them has
licen n hitr inrrciie in the production
oC poultry nnd cjrc, hut there hns
also liccn n hijr increase in coiisuuip
tioil, nhd Inst year there wn ahout
n million dollar' Worth of iwndlry
and cjijjs shipHd into Portland from
the eimt. Thnt million dollars iiiij-hl
jimt ns well go into the pockets of
tho .school Iwys and iirla of Oregon
ns to tho farmer of the cast, and
while you nru carnim: it you will he
occupying pnrt of vour tiliie in health,
fill mid iutercstinir pastime and he
learniiu: how to do something worth
while how to do huslnoss, to de
pend upon your own efforts and to
he nn important factor in society.
An clmcutary poultry hullctin will
he issued hy the Oregon Afrriculturnl
tollepre ufler a little, which will give
vnluahle inforiualion upon how to
raie nnd en re for ioultry. In the
meantime he tnlkincr it over with your
parents nnd mnkiiii; prepnmtions for
startinir little flock, if you have not
already sjot one. flet u little garden
patch rendy to plant nVn, and win
some of the fine prizes that will he
offer this yenr, both at your local
fnlr nnd nt the state fair.
TO WIN PRIZES
The KiontcHt educational context
uver undertaken In thlx country In to
ha InnuKHrnted within tho next few
UuVh. It kIvch every Indication of
becomluit one of the Importnut evutita
ot the nppronchlnn holiday mmion.
More thnn 'Jl'OO nwarda aro to bo
ntnde to aehool children and touch
er, tor the purpnitn ot ntu'crtnluliiK
the literary ability or children In the
public Hchoolft ot the United Htntox.
Thti uiulerlukliiK U In the nature
of n Kreut contest between the xchonl
children of tho country for the
American clmuiptotitdilp In a Mill
Word prime oiisny competition. There
are to be ion cutdt award ot $fi each
to pupils; 100 canh awartttt of $r each
to teneherst luno Tlf finny tueilnU
nnd 1000 eiiRravcd dlplniuan to the
winners of the competition. Thette
awards have been donated by the
ItomlUKton Anna. Union Metallic Car
tridge Coiuimny, of New York, one
at the ureutCHt of our American In
It Is probable that the Kchnol chil
dren or OiIh town and the surround
ing ilmnes will enter the contest
with the Intent of tirlnnlng some of
the honors to our community. It I
known that there are many children
here who have shown exceptional
nbfltty In their school work, and they
stand an uuusunlly good opportunity
to win one ot the awnrdH In the
national championship. The Item-liiKtou-U.MC
which has chnrKO of the contest, hn
Its headquarter nt 200 Ilroadway,
For flaky pt.crvtt
Cleveland housemaids are demand
InR overtime jiny and every other
Objections to the Montessori System
The Rev. A. A. Holmes ot the Bap
tist church, who handed in bis res
ignation to tho church last Septem
ber, has accepted the position of
state ovangelist for California, with
headquarters at Stockton, Cat., and
will tako charge of the new work
December 1. The pastor's term with
the Medford church does not expire
until January, but he requested his
flock to shorten the time, which was
granted. Mrs. Holmes, well known
as a singer, will be engaged in evan
gelical work with her husband.
The position was offered td the
Rev. Holmes by the Northern Cali
fornia Ilaptlst convention at its last
session, and ho will begin at once
his campaign, beginning In all prob
abllty at King City. The now posl
- tlon carries with it a salary ot 12000
a year and all expenses, with a
broader field ot religious effort, and
is a testimonial to tho worth ot the
minister, who Is highly popular
among nil classes In this city.
Tho retiring pastor will preach two
more sermons in this city. No se
lection has as yet been made by the
linptlbt congregation to fill the va
cancy. The matter will como up at
the regular monthly business meeting.
RESPITE TO BLACK FRIDAY
h FOR ALLEN AND HIS SON
-iV J frM-i r .
JUCIIMOND. Vn., Nov. 10,-Gov-ernor
Maim of Virginia granted a re
Kpitc today until December 13 to
" ljloytl Allen mid his son, Clmtdc,
convicted of firt dure murder in
connection wjtll the murders com
mitted 'in tho llillsviilo county court
rttHH Uy the Allen clan of bandits.
The ijne'n, wre eont,cuced Jy the trial
juike ia die November 22. .
(Reprinted by Request FVom Chris
tian Science" Herald.)
During the hist year or two the
mazarines and newspapers have
beeii flooded with matter Appertain
inj to the sj-stem of instruction
founded nnd introduee'd in Rome by
Ihe Princess Dr. Maria Montessori.
Many American educators have trav
eled to Rome for the special purpose
of inquiring into the conduct of Dr.
Montessori's school; these have writ
ten communications to the press, lec
tured upon their observations; the
work of the Italian educator has
been generally commended; some
times it has been given lavish nnd
even fulsome praise. Recently a
work from tho pen of Dr. Montessori
has called for n review in this news
pajer, but we have until now rc-
frained from expressing our opinion
editorially on the subject of her
On the face of the case it would np
penf that Dr. Montessori has done
little out of the common. She seems
to have borrowed very largely from
American nnd English schools for
Hit training of ft certain class of pit
pib?. Evidently n closo student of
PincI, of Seguin and others who
have devoted their time nnd intents
to the treatment of the class called
deficient, she has undertaken to np-
ply to the education of children in
general the methods that obtain in
medical pedngogic institutions, fn
plain language, sho has founded har
system upon tho theory of sugges
tion, nnd through the process thnt
leads the "subject" to surrender
mental independence to the "oKrn
tor," the former, under her system,
lenms what the latter desires to im
part. By tho employment of chairs,
tables, miscellaneous objects of fur
niture nnd pictures, nnd under what
sho calls "direction." but which is
simiily n form of hypnotism, the
children are led to do what the super
ficial nnd emotional visitors regard
as marvelous. Thu fact that tho I
children are not subject to their own
volition and nre "directed" like m
mnny automatons does not occur to
the nmnzed and enthusiastic olncrv
er who goes to Rome to see a "won
der," and sees it.
Ol course, sueh a system is per
nicious in the extreme. Nothing is
more shocking in human experience
than the loss of the volition; it is
that which first of all is sought to
bo destroyed, however, when mental
snggestion is substituted for the na
tural development of the intellectual
facilities, and of course, this news
paper condemns the use of any sys
tem which is founded upoir such
ENTRAL POINT ITEMS I
To the Parents and School Children
(From Sfnt6 Superintendent Office.)
If you would cntch n train stnrt
in time. No matter how fast you
run if yott start too late. If you"
would win a prize in the school chil
dren's industrial contest next year,
begin now. Parents, if you would
have your children grow up to be in
dustrious, law-abiding, useful citi
zens, winners' in the race of life,
start them early in the right direc
tion. We nre nil agreed that an educa
tion is an essential to success, but
what is education? True education
is that which fits u-j for the duties
of life. The old pedagogical idea
was to cram the child with text
books. The new idea is that we
must know how to apply our knowl
edge to practical uses that we
must know how lo use the hand with
tho head. Thus the need for, and
popiuurity of, industrial education
along with the "mental cramming."
Though started late and with -luck
of organization in many instances,
the result of the state-wide move
iiienl'inaiigunitcd this year are quite
encouraging, and inspires us all, I
trust, to greater efforts the coming
year. MUny of your children enter
ed (his' contest this yenr, and wheth
er they won a prizo or not they are
all stronger in every way fiom tho
exercise and experience, and whnt
they have learned-(o do with their
hands will always be an available and
valuable asset. Wo hope to have ev
ery school boy and girl in the State
receive a personal benefit by enter
ing this content this year. Will you
co-operate by giving your children an
opportunity hy giving them a littlo
ground to cultivate, and starting
them in the chicken business in a
small way, and perhaps giving the
boy n brood sow or u pig to feed?
And most important of nil by allow
ing them to have as their own the
profits of their effort! Very much
depends upon the parents as to how
Meat u success can be made of this
While it is not the intention to
slight any of the other lines of ac
tivity taken up this year; it is the
plan to make poultry-raising the
leading feature of the school chil
dren's contest the coming year. There
is scarcely u boy or girl in cft5', vil
lage or country, but what could take
fare of a few chickens or ducks
without interference with their
school or oilier work. It costs the
state about $9.00 u pupil each, year
to carry on our public school system,
and it is our ambition to have the
school children increase the produc
tion of poultry and eggs enough to
cover that expense. Children,
wouldn't you bo proud to he able to
say "It doesn't cost the state, any
thing io educate us. Wo pn the
(bil with our chickens and eggs?''
.The result is easily possible, and to
reach it each school boy nnd cirl
iwould only have td keep a few fowjH.
A. W. Moon left Monday morning
for Grants Pna.3 on a business trip.
Mrs. M. Bowers and daughter of
Gold Hill are visiting Mrs. (lowers'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'llara in
Wnrreu Moo-and family of Apple
gate are hero visiting his sisters Miss
Mary A. Mee and Mrs. Kmma Uebb
Charles Dunftn rctiined to Jack
sonville Monday,.,- . -
Mr. and Mr. Adams of the Mo
doc orchard was hero the last of the
week' at the bed side ot Mrs. Adams'
mother, Mrs. Duntcn. who has been
seriously 111 but Is much better now.
Mr. Moore of tho Medford mild
ness College wns a visitor horo last
Mrs. Green entertained Mr, and
Mrs. Wilson and son Robert of mil
lionaire row Sunday,
Mr. Dacon, editor of the Central
Point Herald, made a business trip
to Medford Monday afternoon.
Miss Maybelle Peart, II. II. Tat
tle, Mrs. Jas. Shields, Mr. and Mrs,
Warren Mee and daughters, Mrs. Isl
ington and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wilk
cr and son, and IJrlco Nichols wero
anion,; our peoplo that were in Med
ford Monday afternoon.
Miss Jessie Knutsou of Applcgatu
is hero visiting her cousin, Miss Sarah
AVOID IMPURE MILK
for Infants nd Invalids
It saaat tbo Orljtaa! nd Genuine
Hi Feed-Drink fer all Ages
Rich wUk, malted gcrsln, in powder form.
For Infant, Invalids ml growins children.
Purenutrition,upbuitdingih whole body.
Invigorate nursing mother ! il oged.
More healthful than tea or coffee.
Take aubidtut. JUk f or MORUCK'S
IIORLICK'S Contain Pure Milk
Lnrd soaked pica havo caused
a world of hidlccstlon, nnd pica
therefore have been wonderfully
abused, and in someenscs tabooed.
When properly made with Cotto
Um and eaten nt suitable times,
pica aro no more indigestible for
a normal person than, nro many
other foods which so far have
escaped this criticism. ,
Cottoleae makes light nnd deli
cate crustrich, but not jireasy
wholesome, digestible, nutritious.
There is no hog fat In Cottolene.
It is a vegetable productmade
from purest and choicest cotton
oil. It is a product of Nature,
and much moro
than either but
tcr or lard.
fat. Use one
third less than
either lard or
butter, and ob
tain better results.
THE N. K. rAIRBANK COMPANY
WHIRI TO 0
70,000 nppln, S3, 000 ponr, 2d00
cherry, 2000 walnut, 10,000 prune,
extra heavy heavy urailos, otto year
old trees, leading varieties, true to
n n tno. Crown without Irritation,
C rcKOti. i
Adrcss N. II. llnrvcy, Milwaukee,
Satisfaction guaranteed. tieud for
our list heforo placing your orders.
Will compare with tbo best trees to
bo found anywhere. Prlro low,
Vnitdcvlllo and I'liotoplays
lUtltCK ANIl C,lA'i:ilT
"Dos Clioliy ehnfiimiiM"
4 ltlu I'luifoplii) I
tiii: OOVIIIt.VOU '
Thrilling Western Drnina
"Ilk Split iilu"
Two nig Rollicking Joy Whit In.
Mntlnen prices ft
Hut. nnd Sun,
ami 10 cents
Mrs. II. P. - Hurledoii of Lake
Creek visited at tho homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Rhodes, hiHt .Satur
day. Mrs. Clarence K. Rcames of MiM
ford wns the guest of the Misses
Towne the firat of the week.
Mrs. K. King add Mrs. Warren
King and cliildrou returned last
week from IJuttc, Montana, where
they spent the summer.
At a recent meoting of the com
mercial club it wns decided to or
ganize for fire protection.
Mrs. Fay returned last week to
her home in Dalla Texas, itl'tcr
'spending the summer with "her
daughter, Mrs. W. J. Winer.
Mm. Rcames left last week for u
visit with her mother nt Wnhlo, Ore
The members of the W. O. W.
served a supper in tlifir hall Satur-
,lay evening. It was well patronized
and the gentlemen realized, u hand
some sum for their treasury.
; Mrs. II. A. Coleman of Talent is
spending the .week with her son, K.
Q. Coleman nnd' family.
Walter 1'. Hchuch of North I'hoo
nix left Monday afternoon on husi
nerfH to Seattle, Wash.
Notice U Public.
I hereby give notice that my wife,
Salllo Turnbogh arid children have
left my bed and board at their own
frco will and I will not bu respons
ible for debts contracted by them In
tlie future unless' (' give notice other
wise. , .
.(Signed) 1W TlMNUOail.
t v ) 1 A
- -. ,BfcV!".
Medford Real Estate
& Employment Agency
240 ncru stock ranch. C room box
house, barn nnd other out buildings,
40 ncres In cultivation, plenty good
water, nn hotter propositions In the
valley, will sell for n very low price
or will trade for good city proper
ty, InvcstlKulo this.
140 acres in Sams Vnlley to trade
for city property, Improved or unim
proved. 1C0 acres of sticky, G H in licit
out, large houso nnd barn, small
family orchnrd, $ l?f per aero.
6i acres of alfalfa, on Pacific
lilghwny, 7 room house and 2 liarna,
pumping plant, small young orchard,
can sell for a short time nt V-C5 per
If yon are looking for a small
tract, como and sco us wo havo no inn
we can soil at a very low prlco and
on very easy terms.
Come and list your vacant houses
Qlrls and women for general houso
work In nnd out of city.
Man to, shovel gravel.
MRS! EMMA BITTNEE
IMiono Home It
Opposite Nasli Hotel
HOOMH l anil 7. PALM l1X)CK.
On the Face of It.
mr;x fa v
., kt.?; -- j
Wo have made our reputation In tho
Dental lino solely by giving perfect
and complete satisfaction to our
numerous patrons In ull departments.
Whether it he extracting, filling,
cupping, crown or bridge work, wo
aro exports of the best class and yet
most modorato In charging. Let us
care for your teeth It will corlnln-
ly bu to your advautugo.
Wi: HAMU.K ALL
and meet all cut or club rates
which are adrortlsed or of
fered' by any company. lie
sides wo give you a 'special
ncrvlco which you do not get
If you send direct to publish-
orB- . 1 3A
Always In the lend regarding su
periority In subject matter, dramatic
oxpritndon, ipinllty of photoplays.
Another big hit for tlm Star com
uieiici'd this afternoon, rontlniu-ft to
night, tomorrow nftornoou and even
ing. This big feature Is tho nil-slur
Thauhouscr mystery masterpiece,
Tilt: WOMAN" l.V WI.ITK"
See tho "woman." llnrtrlght,
Count I'nsco, l.ndy Clyde, Sir Pcrcl
val (Hyde nml tho other world-famous
characters ns prevented hy the
world'famous "Thnuhouser stock."
Itl.l'OltMATIO.V of SICItltA SMITH
A Klylng "A" western with War
ren Kerrigan and Jack Klrnttnlxon In
the lending rule. , , ,
Hume Comedy , m
Knot by Saltier mid ForrcM
;; ARTS and
:: This is tho finest lino of
:; !Ar(s and Craft .Tcwolrj'
ever shown in Med ford.
iTlio designs nro dainty
and prices right.
i 134 W. Main Street, i
Clark & Wright
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Publlo Land 'Matters: Final Proof.
Desert Lands, Contest and Minim
ADMISSION. 5c AND 10c
tiii: iiivisi: s.ut.ui iii:it.vn.uiT
In a two reel film d' uri of,
Sardou's MnHtorplcco, .Vovemher
22nd and 2.1rd
"THK 1KMIlv.MI.VN OlltL"
Novouiliur 2Gth nml 2tSth
ALWAYS A COOO SHOW
Tito llcst Ventilated Theater lu Town
tiii: hiikji: of piriRitsitiiito
The big two-reel feature. A real
istic portrayal or one or the most Im
portant events In tho civil war. A
lifelike reproduction of this famous
event taken from nn actual description.
A favorite from const to const. A
breezy western milling story. The
climax of this play Is u revelation to
PAT HILL'S WOOINO
comedy and plenty or It.
gunrnnloed frown , remover.
Steam and Hot Water
All Work OusrantMd
GOFFEEN & PRICE
Civnr Tlnnlnln tnr Tliirla. Pnnlfln '
;. Phono 2628, Hofaio Phono 3G2-K - M PW"rt meic' uc20 JE&
flood .Music and Hinging
H you upprochtto tho best' In high
class Photoplays wo invito you to
sen our show, fooling ronfldont we
will ou'ru your approval!
Chnngo or program ovory Tiioinlay,
'niiurudny, Hatiirdny and Sunday.
Prices Always tlie Hume, flc itnd l()c.
We carry a very oomplete lias of
draporloH, lufn niirlnlna. rivtrB ata.i
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