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MEDiroRD ,mait; trtbtjne, arEDFORp, oregon, monpay, aiwst 2, 1915, $ AH.i" Afl ' r ftlEDFORU MAIL TRIBUNE AN INDKMSNUBNT NBWBI'AI'KIl i-uumhukd k visit r ai-tciinoon EXCKIT SUNDAY HY TUB MKDKOltD 1'JUNTINO CO. Office Mall Tribune Ilulldln, J5-S7-28 North Fir street; tcluplnne 75. The Dcmocrntle Times, Tli Medford Hall, Tho Meilfnrd Tribune, The South' rn Orogonlan, Tlie Ashland Tribune. BUD3CR1PTIOM BATES -16.00 WI1V ni&i. wji .nun....... nnA tnnntli. Iiv m.lll ,6V Ter month, delivered by carrier In Jtedford, Thoenlx, Jackaonrllle ml PAnlral 1ntnf SO Saturday only, by mall, per year J.00 weeKiy, per year,,, . Official Paper or tlio City of Medford Official Paper of Jacknon County. Hntcred n ocund-cln mutter at Hedford, Oregon, under tha act of March I, 1879, Sworn Circulation for 1914. 2688. Full tended wire Aaaoclated Prem dis patches. 4. 4. 4. 4. .. 4. 4. . .j. 4. 4. Subscribers fnlllnr; to rccolve nntvora nromutlr. nhone Clrcu- f latlon Manager at ZGOR. t t" rsr HONG KONG KOLUM OM NICK M.MIILK Mlssn Nlniblo him glontost Mollcnn man. If no liollovo, nskco him. Ho toll. Wow up ship. Mow up city; fl ovor seal flluut mnnj MIssu Nlmhlo no find jot wny to out plica of food In half. Illmoliy ho amy rIvoo liolj). Wo boo, '.N'ot. That Tlieio'M Aiijthlnj; In a Nil 1 1 10 (Krom I'corln Journal.) I. II. .loans roprosontltiK tho nor- vlco tlopiirtiuont of tho Motor company, U hi tho olty today looldnj; ovor oars In this dls- trlnt. "Advurtlsluit rat oh on application. Stella' Kit-pilii Counter Tho trouhlo with 11 guy who's prnc. tlcln' 011 tho coriiot Ih that ho always trying to Htnrt somutlilliK hu can't flu- Jsh. Dinner tlmo In n kooi! many homos Is whonovur tho ooiupauy koosI WolttO lliul WlllXl First I'naslnilst A huoliulor Is uh unity 11 11 1 11 11 who has licon crossed In lave Second- Yos, and a nmrrluil man ono who hits lioen double crossed! A man nntunt tlyilo fulled In the lildo bualiicas In Toronto. Ho Is still hiding. A Prohibition Pageant llolow It a sUKMoslvd plan of ps raijo or inarch of trliinip on the oo- I'HilUll Of It StMtf, HU) Kittle, koIiik tuV.- !rlu Whlto HIIiIhmi I'uUorniy I'lMtlHUI Of I'olllt. I'lHjMiik, "It's h U) ') to Tltwy- rry" Cirmid ilHrslial lu Auto Itun by Dry lUllrlt ox flush oly QrHHUivutal KImU OtiiTlu VUUm siiil her lllilo $ HiUehot ( Whx (lrau) V9Ut Ilworl of live burtanders Ih ehslua To I'lrt Wttr Wttffun to Criwn tho I'lwliu lu 'I W1U UMort or rerurmwl Alkul! lkw Ml Dit4wo4 T)lcks Urss liand I'ttylHf, "A Stnln Uniter tho TaUle " AJkorit Flout IHTMUhUi. "The IHmU of IK Ft l.unrh." 0bftiir nturwttted: Picklad Oiloa. ItologM, Potato telftd. Htok ImI B4, OltvtM, Chees hU Crack m. lUcnatd I'sarwu Hobon S'uiMC wrlh of Wtttor UIUUm and HrrouiidMi by ctrrU of elder ly maldtiits IhkIhk "Up That Tourh Orapo Julco May lM'yg Toucli Our, Horrible Kvauipl: CPit lous In Taxleab Iltffc Bull IHekl l UaHMMn Mlt&er JpK 1 W very UatJt Dmt Swl U V'UeetVarrow. Assorted Buojmm. oh r04C I'Mik. I'MiIni; N m all told in a wtrkeil i U and I scold) kr V s t i Btf . 1 m JelU-i' It.' jtU tWif mHiO. RAINFALL DEFICIT R SEASON WW TOTALS 01 FOOT Tin1 kciihoiiiiI rainfiill deficit for the seiixon (wince September 1) in the Ilojruo riviT vulloy lo 1nto uci'ordinK to the monthly weather report it one fool. The total iircripitutioti for .Inly is .III) inohos. The avowo win fali for thi' month is .'28 inohos. Lt year no rain full in Annual and offi cial records show that it i generally tlip ilryi'Kl month of tho vciir. The Iii'iim'chI pieeipitulion lnl month wan on tin' illh when .22 of hii inch fvll. The heal record for the season win net on tho 'J.'lrd when the mercury roi' to Hl rirjrrccM. 11 decree lower than the hottoM day of lust year when it wiih lll" (icifieeK. mi' lniiiimuin temperature) wiih .12 degrciw on thr 17th. Tho jrreatoHt daily ninjjo wns ID d(reox. Tho wcathor ironic of the montli was n wind nnd Ihundcr stonn on .Inly -I. There worn (seven clear, 2(1 partly cloudy, and four cloudv days diirintr the month. Tho report in iih folio wa: I'rccipita Dato 1 ... 1 : i .. n . 7 .. 8 - !) ... 10 . 11 .. .Max. Jlin. tiou 102 !I8 !l(t !)o 82 11(1 81 7fi 82 85 85 73 71) 81 78 82 1)2 fU fill f!) fill fil 57 fill f.8 57 dll dt) 5(1 51 17 17 50 12 15 51 58 W) 50 fin 52 52 51 47 fill 51 (10 .o;i .01 .III 12 1:1 ...- M 'l Kl 17 18 10 yo 21 22 Si 2f. 2(1 27 28 2(1 ,.-.; no r. .102 ...,..,. 100 1lll JO I 111 IK 85 m 81 77 87 50 10 inches. Total precipitation , Mean maximum 87. Mean minimum Till. TROUT FRY FOR READY TO PLANT The Mcdfonl Itod mid (I1111 (lull Iiiih received the lollowiuit notice from l M. Warren of the utalo IIhIi and 111110 ti(imiuiiou : "I am adviwed from thi rovctii me ul otlico 111 Scuttle that tit the present timo tho IhImI umouiit of fiih HMiilnl'le Ml the Ulk Creek hatchery wmo'iHtH to Hipri"iinittel 2.1.000 cut throHlN and .1,000 hIc"IIi'imIk or ihiiiImiw. TIicnc would all lie avail Hide for plHiitinu in Die Itouuo river Niul arc Miihjeet In your disposition, "I would fclijntcsl 1 Iih t on yet in touch wiih the liHtt'liiM'v MHrinlend cut uud iiriaiiiie to Ulo them' out u curly ii" Mlhln. I under-tii-el ih.it it iw vour idwa to take the eii'in' lot to tho noitJi fork nliot the fa'N. "In fuHiicraiuu with the woik on tho Auc iicr would call vour nt tenthm to the fact thai th m-mmm til? iro t'ruuieiit reHiit the Inkm of a H'i'lioii and a hnlf -teellund -nii lit. the Trail hatcherv nud l'Mf nul lUiH at Applouate, total vl :..'oo 00 I'CT. hII of which ha-ve lieeu UU i.iN'd in the Koyuo river with the ecilion of the atuiiiuita which I huv- men tutiiMl a now uvitilahh'. Tlti up-la-aH Ui he a biiuner year lor the liMtiainvH in vour dmt net and shiuld he productive of nixtat reauU in llu future, i 1 "lu addition to what the It-'iu-river hua furnished ou lU own ac couMt. we hoy to shif '" telbedda troiii Hie lUmiiexille cent ml itutiou. hi tact, I he car i now loadiiiK 11 1 on MgiimuHt tor (IranU 1'him. "At nay tiHie that vmi may have anv umf4uin to make aa to haud Iuk t mutter ta vour vicinity woi'hi be itrfatlv itltuised to hear from vu." In thin iiini.eetioii, it can he stated that fewci stcelheitd were kept at the hatcherv until the re.icUeU the fin rliiif tai;e tlmn lor ccial .eut IVi'Cllllx , illlf I1 luw ntei. John A, Perl UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant SH H. lt.MtTI.irtT I'liones M. IT anil IT.1'4 iuibulHiic borlc Ooruorr UPPER ROGUE NOW BRYANS ADVERTISE CRATER LAKE IN Win. J. lirynti and Mrn. Hrynti are .'iviii'; Crater Luke wide publicity in their Kpeeehos. The Oroxoniun (piotos them as follows at Pertland: Tlieio was 0110 subject upon which the ex-nuorotiirv of stato talked with freedom and eiitliiiMfiMrl however, and that wat the heaittioH nnd won doM of ( 'ruler Lake. On his recent visit lo !i;dford he and Mrs. Jlryim were tho cucsts of tho Medford Commercial tilub on 11 viVit to Crater Lake. 1 never saw 11 moie luspiiiut; silit, ho e.xidaimed in tulluic of liiu improHHious last night. "It is truly wonder ul. And it is a jutv that a phico of such rare natural beauty hhould remain so iuaecessihlo, ooin piirntivuly Hpcnkin. ' "(Jivo Crater Lake adequate trans portation facilities nud cood mnds, und it will be JmpoMuiblc to keep touristrt away." Mr. Ilrynn took occasion hero to announce his firm belief in tho cood roads movement and declined (lint tlieio hhould be 110 objection to fed eral aid in building a road to Crater Lake National 1'urk. Mrs. Itryan in her speech before tho Kipial Siiffj-nKi chili reforrcd brielly to her recent trip with Mr. Hryiiu lo tho California oppositions nnd lo ('tutor Lake. She expressed lier deiiKlit at the tilings she -nv in Caluoruia, but was moved even to ienti'r enthusiasm in her praiso of tho beauty and tho wonders of Cra ter Luke. L Work begun Ibis moriiing upon the M'cond storv of the- new 'cdornl building on Sixth uud Holly streets. Two eailoads of stone from Auburn, Wash., ware received this innrniiifr for this pint of tho work. Tho htoul work for tho third story has been erected. No further delay in tho iv coipl of imitcrial is anticipated. Following the protest of citzens that workers were waking them nt I 11, 111., the men have resumed tho regular shifts again. During the hot weather Ihcv began their toil at 5 o'clock, and the sound of break ing bricks uud hammering distinbed folks living nearby. It is now o.xpoott'd to Iiiivh tho building completed by .lauuary 1, 101(1. Tho tousury diiMiitmcnt enti tract calls for tho completion of the building rondy for occupancy by May 1, so this will lenvo four mouths for tho carpenters and painters to put 011 the finishing touches, Kutiiv new fixtures will be installed in the building. ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF I9IG MAXWELLS Tho pane ad announcing the nnw UUil Maxwell In this Iseuo will Intor imt nil unto owners and thoNO who have tho "Iiur " Maxwells have been quite popular lu Medford and tho valley and the tiiti; cars will ptove more attractive than ovor. minin of tho new features aro 0110 man mohair top, deiuouutnblo rims, unit power plant, wider front nnd roar seats, prottior linos, robo rnll, laathor covered linck and front sunt ami the prlno Is $!" Uhs than Inst ear, makliiK the liMC car $ 7 r. r f. o. h. Medford. Tho Powell Auto Com pany, local UKonts. will ho glnd to explain the car to you. ST IIKMi.VK HALL, POHTiaXD, oiti:;o Dlocosan Hoarding and Day School for Mrls under the care of Tho Sis ters of St John llnptlst I'orty-Sov- 011 tli tnr lieulns S it 1 Kor cnt alogue uddrcA, The Sister Supcilor. STAR Ifote TODAY ONLY Jesse L. Lasky Prosonts UOdAU SIM.WY.N'S MOST FAMOCS PLAY THE COUNTRY BOY with Marshal Neilan And u cnat of rocognUed favorites. A comedy druniH, Illkut uttti human couied) and ruro pathos, showing the folly of jouth In the city and tho striiKgle to win buck the real girl itowa linaie In tho small town. The lust tluio to mhi Ciatnc Idiku lu iiiuving plciuru, PORTLAND SPEECHES REC0MINCE1RK FEDERAL DIN FISHERMEN TRY TO JIAUSHFIKLI), Ore., Aug. 1. Atleinpts to burn the cannery owned by the Muoleay estate on Urn lloguc river, cutting of fishing nuts and I louring acid on them, destruction ol crops nnd fences and the killing of cattle and sheep on the Muelcax range led to the issuing of a citation by Judge John H f.'oko, of the Coos und Curry county circuit court for nine men from Gold Bench and Wcd derbtitn to appear in Coipiille Wednesdny, August I, und show cmiisc why they should not be fined for con tempt of court.' . L. Muclotiy of Portland, mana ger of tho estate, clmrges that the men hnvo violated tho injunction is sued last mouth restraining them from trespassing on (ho property. Tho ciuiso of tho growing feud is the rivalry nmong fishermen 011 the Lower Itogue river about (lobl Bench und Wodderhnrn. The Maelony es tate owns lihth hunks of the rivoe lor 12 miles from its mouth. Mr. Mac leay accuses tho fishermen of using his land for drawing seines, despite the order issued by the court. Several men arrested recently and tried ul Gold Beach were dismissed without punishment. .Mr. Maclcay then removed the legal proceedings to Coos county. Mr. Mnclcnv declared ho might conclude to appeal to Gov ernor V ithyeoinbe for I'tolcctton. The men oiled to npiiei.r ate A. 0. Wincgnr, Charles Wilson, William Hunter, Alo.v McLeod, Withun Ash. A. It. Cingor, J. C. Loehiir. h'rniik Hove and W. I. Spencer. All niv fishermen employed by the Seiibor:.' ennucry. The reqnircinont of (li. licensed fishernun to appear in Coquille nt this paiticular time is embarrassing, as the t'ishiug season is at ilf height ur.ii niOfsi of them arc jn-t begiuiiing to mnke good catches. Mr. Mncteuy has ui;'uged four watchmen, hut lh"v 110 nimble to guard the entire hold ings uud the law violation ;, he dc-darc-, continue without in'ciriiplion THINK OF IT :l(l,(MIO Persons Publicly Itcroniinciul Our Itcnusly. Sonic firo .Mtslforil IVojilo Over one hundred thousand hnvo recommended Donn's Kidney I'llln. For hnckncho, kidney, urinary ills, Thirty thousand signed testimon ials. t Aro nppcnrlng now In public print. Somo of thorn nro .Medford people, Home nro published In Medford. No other remedy shows such proof. Follow this Medford man's ox amplo, iM. S, niden, Hhooniakor, CI I W. Clark St., Medford, snys: "I stiffor od from rheumatic, pnlns, caused by too much uric add In my system. The pain was especially severe In my hnok. My kidneys wore disordered too, and my health was all run dowr t couldn't stoop without getting (II zy. As soon ns I used Donn's Kid noy PIUs the psiti btc,nn to leave nud tho action of m kidneys was rcgu luted. Two boxes romoved every sIkii of kidney trouhlo." (Stnteniont given Sept. IS. 1007.) OV1-3U FIVK YBAItS LATHIt Mr Mlden snld: "Tho kldnoy trouhlo and rhoiimntlc pnlns which Doan's Kld noy Pills cured have. never returned." Price 60c Ht nil dealers. Don't slmpb ask for n kidney remedy- get Donn's Kldnev PIUs. tho same that Mr lilden had FoHtorn-Mtlburn Co. Props , Ituffnlo N Y - VI v. THE PAGE Medforfi's Leading Theater Cool, Conifortahlo, Well Ventilated .MONDAY AND TIKSDAV Vttngniph-Broadway Star Kunturo The Mystery of Mary Throo Parts Mtugrnph The Goddess with ANITA STBWAHT AND KAHLK WILLIAMS Two Qhaptors Kuloni Comedy Some Romance It's Always a Ills Show nt the Page Six Heels of Pictures In ovor) show COMINO- Wednoedny and Thursday UKTTY NANSBX IN "ANNA KA- 1HsNNA.m BURN CANNERY AT RIVER MOUTH FIRE AI ASHLAND 1DENCE ASHLAND, Aug. 2.Kire lust night totally dostroved tho house of John V. Koehler, A 17 Woolen street, nt the head of Nursery. All the ef fects Mived were the contents of two trunks. Cause of Jire unknown. Family wore nil uwny nt church. In- Mirnneo light. THE CHARM OF MOTHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect Physi cal Health. The experience of Motherhood la a try ing one to most women nnd marks dis tinctly an epoch in their lives. Not ono womnn in n hundred is prcpnrcd or tin dorstnnds how to properly enro for her self. Of course nearly every woman nowadays has medical treatment at such times, but many nppronch tho experi ence with an organism unfitted for tho trial of strength, and when it is over her system has received a shock from which it is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes tho nervous strain of caring for the child, and a distinct chanco in tho mother results. There Is nothing moro charming than n. happy nnd healthy mother of children, and indeed child-birth under the right conditions need bo no hazard to health or beauty. Tho unoxplainablo thing is that, with nil tho cvidenco of shattered nerves nnd broken health resulting from r.n unprcpnrcd condition, and with am plo tlmo in which to prepare, women will persist In going blindly to tho trial. Every womnn at this timo should rely upon Lydla E. Pinkhom'B Vegetable Compound, a most valuoblo tonic and invigorator of tho female organism. In many homes onco childlcjs tliero aro now children be cause of tho fact that Lydin E. Pink ham's Vcgotnblo Compound innkoa women normal, healthy and strong. If you Trnnt special ndrlco write to Lydla . Pinkham Medicine Co. (conQ drntinl) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will bo opened, rend nnd nnswered by n woman nud held In strict confidence. io ssjSfe ' ". t v" cOi A: MERICA'S Greatest Cigarette arJfy-pSnOBtaesinthWfU Coolest store In town You'll en Joy shopping nt this itore. Afternoon Tea tins become uti e. tnbllshcd custom, nnd demands certain accessories which wo can best supply, Mahogany .Serving Trays, Silver Service, I.omou Forks, Sunr Tongs, etc.. nro ottorod In tho latest do signs. MARTIN J. REDDY thi: .1 1 ; v 1 : 1 . 1 : 1 1 FOB QUALITY. 212 K Main St. MOTORISTS Do yon know tho KOADS if OREGON CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON and BRITISH COLUMBIA They are all in tho new ROAD BOOK Yon should have one. CRATER LAKE MOTOR CAR CO. wPBL 1 Will Ss8tsl!s Belmont School (For Boy) 21 miles aouth of San Francisco W think tlit w rt to onr her t tlioartitriil int wliK Our rT1nt nlr, on iroornrnnlAtlon. liutltntloni tht admit on certlKait and ra munlnutim . ric il of mrmWUocurl tHrTfl. Th MlwliOifU ln.lltat. of Tfchnolocr, n4 Ylt. who d mlMlon requirement! nro mm! mil". na tor butlfallr lllottrmtM mUlorii. blch jtIth not onlr rr boo4 ldf pt th. .rlrl t and por. of Ih hool. but of lu Kinlpm'nt and IM attrartltawhoolboma. Sothinf.howfTtr.can quite Ukt tha ilar of a Tint to tha MhooL .W.T.ltEID,IItaaltJtfr,Do Ki,Blinont,Cat. PHONE 295. THE MODEL CASH GROCERY AT XO. 12 WKST Motorcyclo Quick Delivery nnd We Wo Give S. & II. : MTrvrr .VAT.F. .1 VA-SX jpJDouble Stamps with Any xlv Cc nrtlcle.1 In our store -"c Anylv 10c articles lit our tore "c Any nix tWc articles in onr tore $1.-8 Nothing reserved. Articles may bo assorted. ALL GOODS CASH ON DELIVERY. "SERVICE" IS OUR MOTTO Excursion Fares VIA THE EXPOSITIONS TO THE EAST Every Day Until Scntcmbcr 30lli. Good for Return Until October 31st. Why not net llio moht for jour money'. Why not take In two wonderful world u&jKMltloiw il inn I'ranclsai anil San Dli'RO enroot to the KuM. Tho world linn nev er licfore produced the eiiml or the I'luuinui Pacific c.vxxltloii... The like probably will never Iw nttenipt ctf apiln. Scenery viininle I nuij;iilflceiit. Automatic Safety Slpnnls jrnnrtl tho way 1'onc l-'Uio TuiIiih a tluy. I'ortlaiul to Siin Francisco connecting nt San Frnncls co for the South and Ha.st. . lA.'t 111 send you our llliistriiteil ..foldei-s "Wnysltlo Notej" and "Collfoinla and Its Two World KtnosU tlons." SOUTHERN PACIFIC Our local agent will take pleusuro In outlining nn Itinerary nnd furnish full information or you may nddress, 7 .IOHN .M. Slt)'IT, (.'cnciitl l'asscnucc AkciiI, I'oitliind DID YOU EVER? See the process of making Butler from PASTEURIZED CREAM In a strictly modern, up-to-date SANITARY CREAMERY? Whether ou have or not you will enjoy a visit to the plant of the Jackson County Creamery and afterward yon will enjoy eating GOLD SEAL BUTTER more than ever, The most interesting feature of the process is pasteurizing the cream by strictly Sanitary Mothods. The cream, after being sepa rated from the milk, is tested for butter-fat by strictly scientific apparatus, and is then placed ih the Pasteurizer, which is a great aluminum tank con taining revolving aluminum coils. After the cream litis been placed in the Pasteur izer, which has previously been sterilized, live steam is turned into the coils, which revolves, thoroughly agitating the cream, until a temperature is attained to ripen the cream before churning. The steam is then turned off, and refrigerating brine turned into tho coils, reducing the cream to the exact tempera ture required for churning. This assures longer keeping qualities and still further adds to the whole someness and nnifonuitv of the product IT IS A PROCESS which undoubtedly will be re quired by the PURE FOOD LAWS in this country eventually, as it is now in many parts of Europe where dairying is the chief industry. After churning the butter is placed in Cold Storaco and each package is weighed separatelv. wrapped, and placed in cold rooms until needed'. The cold storage facilities of this plant cannot be excelled as it has the entire WIOLNHARD'S Ice Plant at its dis posal. DEMAND GOLD SEAL BUTTER. No Butter Is Better No Good Butter is Cheaper Jackson County Creamery MIMirOHD, OUKGO.V. . aa I POWER GAS . IMMEDIATE DEHVEUY JACKSON ST. Savo You Money. Oivo Ub a Trial Green Trauing stamps. V .,- tw B.Il'f. this sale if you bring this ad.lKBj W UN-Jotlic .44.