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lUSDVOUT) MATL TRIBUNE, frrEDFORD, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, '1916
pxge foutc IIEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE Atf INDni'ENDRNT NEWSPAPER. PUBLIHIIBU EVE11V AFTEIINOON EXCEPT HUN1JAY HY THE MEUrOIlD I'HINTl NO CO. Offlcn Mall Tfibuna nulldlwr, 2S-27-29 North Fir street; tolpliono 10. Tlio Ormocrntlo Tlmon, thn Medford Malt, Tho Medford Trlbtin, Thn South ern Oregonlan, Tho Ashland Tribune. QEOnOE PUTNAM, Editor. BUnSOBIPTION KATEBI One ynr, by tnah .... -.-...1 6.00 Ono month, by mnll ... .60 Vtr month, delivered by currier. In Merifurd, Phoenix, Jaoktfonvllla and CMitrtl Point -. .60 RAturitay only, by mnll, per year..- nn Weekly, per year ..-.. 1.60 Official Paper of tho City of Medford. Official l'uper of Jncknon County. Entered a second-alMn matter at Medford, Oregon, under tho act of Maroh I, ISIV. Sworn Circulation for 19162466. Pull leaned wire Associated Press dls-patched. Of EM-TEES One .June WIiIIiik Ha thought himself n dospot. It I fluttornd him to hear Ho Hiiy ho wiib bo nuiHtcrfiil, bo ' Strom;; Ho felt n born commander whon nho looked up, linlf In fonr, Yot trustfully, from 'nmith lmr lashon loiiK! Ho wished fiomcono lo bully, bo ho confidently led lltir ultnrwnrd, a timid llttlo thrnll; Ho thought litnindir n despot until ' nftor they wero wod, Then ho found ho wan n two-spot that waH nil. I.'o Hltlploy, In .ludKo. Tho Kliuplo Plnunirvn ' (Hy Jont's' team ran away at Hunt Hnturdny, tickling all who snw them, but doliiK no daniaKO. Tho Clarks vlllo (Ark.) Democrat. llrtilol "LthoiiKht you had given up burnt wood nrt, doarlo." "Ferdinand, how can you bo do hoartloHH? TIiIh Ih a plo." Irniikiii' ICtKht yooro n;o 1 took my flrnt Job working on uutomobllos polish ing brniM In n nrano hIiico then I linvo trlod ovorythliiK from that to millltiK nutos. And Btlll I don't know ovarythlnB about thorn. If you don't bllovo'tno kIvh mo n trial tho noxt tlint) you Imvti troubltt. II. II. Perk ing, Kttnndule. Adv. In thv ICiimmau (O.) Courier. Tho W'ny Piiln I. Rporfja Donton hnn been conflnod to Ills homo slueu litut Saturday. Ho In Mutrarlug with rhoumatlmu, which hm dovfllopml h very imlnful pain, and he I uimblo to put any wolht on hi llmhts. Ho Ih nrmtly inlwtml ut hi barber shop. Tho Olrttrd (III.) OltlMU. Tho Mini of KfU'iiro Detlor W'MMlowskl hM hud bin parrot over thirty yor and hae ul wny owlled him "ho." Utit wttok "ho" lajrwl four og. Tho Jewell (Kan,) UepHbllcflii. llcoiiomy Orawfartf 1 hear that ho'g ocou amlRlug. JrwhhHW. Ye: he dneen't buy anything uuw unit he otn net It on Wtlt. How It In Home A. J. 8. Iletttinrourt of Uuigley read Uiw blrml tho W. M. Mirk farm of ii crw on DeUhuiu utroet, nud will grew milk woel there. N'owton (Mnm.) Town Crier. ColtliiK lnt Society "ftueu I'll have to rlu up u middle nHo." deelrel Flubdub. "I novor bad one, but 1 nolle have one now " -"Why wi7" "My wife demand! ono to print on her vUltliiK curds." No Clmtw for this Ad. Ithlutt VobmUU hiu h nice farm, n w bouse ami barn all finished nnd U tlll a bachelor Ho ' he haa no faith In thU leap year busluesa. The North Judaon ilnil Nowa. Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackg proves it. 25c at all druggists. JOHN A. PERL J8lUJtmCK1C yitomUUlw liowvd 8vtl(o "THE CRIME OF 1916" M( NE of the greatest crimes in the history of Amerioar V-J politics was committed when Theodore Roosevelt killed tho Progressive party," says the Chicago Day Hook, and this is the attitude of the Progressive press and a largo number of Progressives toward their erstwhile idol who permitted his sincere followers to pay their expenses from every part of the Union to Chicago, shout and sing his praises for three days, and then ."delivered them into the hands of the enemy" into the hands of the Old Guard of the (J. O. P., through the manipulations of reactionary Boss Perkins. Bitter complaints are being sounded that "Roosevelt used the love of his followers as a "gun to hold up the Old Guard and force his own nomination and when his bluff was called and Hughes nominated, Roosevelt turned yel low as a lemon and quit cold." The prediction that the "cowards will quit like their cowardly hero" and follow him back into the camp of the G. O. P. bosses is already being realized. "Raymond Pob- bins, who was chairman ot the Progressive convention, told the Illinois bull moose gathered for funeral ceremon ies, that Hiram Johnson, .lames R. Garlield and Gil lord Pinchot had followed the colonel back to the G. O. P. and that he himself would refuse to follow them, but would join the democratic, party. What turned the red in the colonel's veins lo yellow? If his cause was .just, why does the prospect ol defeat dismay him' Is it possible Teddy is a "mollycoddle"' Ono thing certain, not even "weasel words" will restore the halo to the fallen idol. Rut the colonel never was a sincere Progressive. He crealed'the Progressive party from expediency to jimmy his way back into the presidency, and when he could not force his nomination again, abandoned the instrument. Men who fight for principle do not act in this manner, lie has traded progressiveism for militarism and the price he pays for party peace is dishonor. 'The Chicago Public remarks: rriicodoro ItooHovolt Iiiih tunny ailmlrnblo (tinlltIo, but domocrary In not ono of them. Illn mind Is cHHontlally autocratic; ho Is nt bent u bo iiuvolnnt dnajiot. Ho In ono of thoso who wIhIi to "do the people Reed,'' In atuad of lotting tho pnoplo do UiumBolvea i;ood. His political career It murked by many Reed nctH, but all of them dono In u wroni; way. Ho wiih, In short, an optlmlHt ot coIohho! okoIIbiii. IIIh daring brought ardent admlrera to his Hide, but IiIh HolNoncult rnpnllod more. Ho wnn not ns Home have mippoxor, broad minded, but scatter minded; ho though In tently upon all pluiRCn of human activity, hut ho wuh tinablo to co-ordl- nnto them and ho carle out a eoiiHlntont caurso of action. Ho wns primi tive In his enthusiasm, childish In his vanity. A party bo wrappod up In tho fortunes of such a man was, from tho beginning, doomed to failure SIR ESCAPED DEMON CAMP OPENING ROAD 10 CRAIER LAKE Two force of iniiii nrc ciiikiihoiI in il'KK"' n ti'imoli eighteen incliuw wide throiiKli tho snow from Cninp .Steel to White Iloiw, a (Heluneo of four miloM, HcconliiiK to Court Hull, who returned Ihn niht, huviiiK tiikeu if crew of inmi to fleist in the work. Working from opxmite t'litln of tho road, ho any thut they will meet to il uy. 'Die hiiow ia melliuir t'Niilly, ul (IiouhIi n miiow foil Tuomlwy mid Wmlhemluy. A wunu ehiuook wind ia blowing mill when thia koU iicci'h to the miiow IIiioiikIi tlie tieueli it in c.MH'teil that tho mini will be clear in four or five ilnya ao thtU i'hih ciiii Kel IhroiiRli. The itcwn will litujin the uoik on Montlny of iliimiitK a aimiliu' trcncli from faiup Steel to the rim, and if the cliiiitMik wind kccw up il tliouttht Unit ear will net to the rim l.v Jnl :.. .Mr. Hull -,is the rn.nU mi in er Kkh1 condition, iiIHioukIi thev wll prolmhU ml ilu-t eml m the -m on. SIX PERISH IN AI NEEDLES NKKDMiS, Oil., Juno 21. Six bodies hnve been taken from the ruins of the Neeiiten liuRiueiH Nertion, Hliieli whk doelroyed early today by fire. Kiieiru'ii lietruu Himrehinir the ruinft ut ilalirwik wherever the conxtiint MtroHiim of WHlor hnil eooled llie wreckage nuffieiently. Nick .luliioiMH, h inliiinif mnn, wiih hunted to death dm he Mood on the veruudu of the N'oinIIok hotel while hiiudriHlri of pei-MOiiK wntehed. I'm-i Dlffoivnl ThoiiKht. Kami DomoiiHtrntor .1. It. WooiIh wim that u Kood milk cow Is actually worth more than tho best mule hi tho world. Tho Moutgomory Co. (Ark.) Democrat. ooijMoi cvoiNoii qoNCiii UUIkUMt KVUCliUMrlR MUDtMSima Save Your Hair With N'ewbro's Horplrlde. MtMlfoul I'Juirnuiey, Hxs'Lnl Aicents. CHICHESTER S PILLS y; ruuu IU4 b! ium itiiK I . . 4 th Hlw kit tmt 'Iili lhr lltir r m SOI DBY DRUGGISTS tTRWHR OUR ICE CREAM ALWAYS PLEASES NothltiK will pleiue her better Oiuu one of our Thirst QiieiicliliiK let Cream SU. Come the lee C renin l'nrlor tti.it glvoe yvt thv best tu overthlnic. tS'athl but the finest of frenh frulti Htl in our Velvet leu Crewm tlul'i the one reitsun why ever bod; .s). our ICK CKHA.M Is the laoMt ouderful they ever tasted. Why uot come today and Ute some of our lee Cremu yourseU Tr us out and you will come Imik often. THE DAIRY I'hono IH1 The Kodak Girl I We hu U thr !. i ..-.! 1 In the Kodak luitf Tm nt HroMUci irs espclll fine Instrument W lvr (rtt liuti iii'iniiis uA uifoi mitlon to Kodak iioi-re. tb nil iUlr in tbr lt who ..m ilo so littlr loitrite tleu hIU oitn hrlp tl lK sulU fro:n our mateiiali. "Two brothoru killed ia enough from my family," flnyg Frit2 Schmiill, who arrived in Medford thin morning after a series of ndventurcs thnt befs'nn n month nftor tho out break of the war. Fritz, who is a sailor, with tanned face and n roll in )im gait, was taken, with six other Oeramns, front his ship, the Unltcrby, when she docked at Melbourne, Au trnlia, nnd led to n detention eutnp near the city, where ho found hitnsolf in a. guarded, waited compound with some -100 countrymen. Confinement wns irksome to Fritz, oven though tho prisoners had their theater, their hands nnd plenty of rending matter, not tu mention n shilling a dny. and three good inenl.s. After nine mouths in the camp he was put on parole nnd allowed the freedom of Melbourne, on condition of reporting once n week. After two months of this Fritz sipned ns n Swede on the Norwegian nhtp Hans I). Olscn, bound for Sun Francisco. .Since the ship docked six months ago ho hns been doing odd work in inter ior towns. "I'm not going to stiek around the water where tltoy might get me in jail nguin or semi me to fight," sftid Fritz. "I won't fight for nnyone or anything, exrept for my living." HOLD-UP FREIGHT WASHINGTON, Juno 24CiistoinB officials along tho Mexican border have boon ordered to hold up frokht shipments Into Mexico and to ndvlso tho railroads to keep their rolling stock on tbo American sldo of the lino. MoOford IlooNtArn Smoko Tho Mcdford nnd Mt. Pitt Cigars. RandMcNally&Co. ' CHICAGO PRINTERS OF BOOKLETS CATALOGS HOUSE MAGAZINES COMMERCIAL ART WORK COLOR DESIGNING AND ENGRAVING FIXED FINANCIALLY AND . MKCHANICALLY FOK PROMPT HANDLING of LAUCE EDITION." SUCCESSFUL N E RTLASTNIGH I Another successful concert wns given by tho Medford band on Fri iluy evening in the city park, which was brilliantly illuminated, the new lights being turned on for the first time. The park wns crowded with people nnd tho streets lined with nutos, making a pretty scene when the lights were turned on. Possibly it was the patriotic airs that won the enthusiasm of the vnst nudienee, or probably it was the good performance of the band, howovor, the nppliiuse was not stinted in the least, the bam being compelled to respond to encoro after encore. Tho first march, "Long Live t lie U. S. of A.," by Miller, which bus tin "Stnr-Spnngled Hnnner" for basses with a trumpeting oblignto, is n stir ring nnd patriotic composition nnd wns one of the blind's best efforts The "American Patrol," which fea tures much tho drummers, was very effective, tho expression all through this descriptive being well observed. Other popular items were the "Royal Pageant" overture and tho waltz, "Nights of Oludness." Next week's concert will be given on Friday even ing. The band will hold the regular fehenrsnls on Monday and Thursday nvenings. Www dOltJcH otolWcHI OONBIII thiVuMI AMimma iMuanxanad Snvo Your Hnlr With Newbro'fl Hcrplcldo. Medfonl I'linnimcy, Hxclnl Anentti, JUST RECEIVED A Bitf Shipment .of Sharpies Separators The host on the inarkot. Come in and let us demon strate this separator to you. We also earry a full line of supplies for the Sharpies. Medford Creamery Exclusive Agents for the Valley. ' ffiM Take the Plunge .v in Si The sooner you learn what Willard Service means towards good starting and lighting, the better you'll be sat isfied. Come on in, the water's fine. THE ELECTRIC SHOP 103-105 South Central Phone 22J Free tntpectlon of any battery at any time Free! Free! Free! UNION OIL We are going to fill our tank with Union Oil Company's GASOLINE, and with each gas oline purchase we will give a quart of VNIONOILFKHE. This offer is for Saturday and Sunday only, and is done to introduce the high qual itv'of their products, and may he had at tho afKDFOKI") KLKCTUJC CO. Don't forgot that the Medford KliHstrio Co. is tho only plucc where this free oil may c had. edf ord Electric Co J2r I mt i I J Wivl -r.. ; wuiFi No road "too Savage for :. SWAGE TIRES 16,000 miles over bad roads I have, to this date, gotten almost 16,000 miles, and tak ing Into consideration tho bad toads I travel, and using chains, I do not think I will ever be able to better myself. RUSSULL, KENT. All roads, any weather W4 have a Savage Casing that has run In the neighbor hood of 15,000 miles. We run h delivery car that averages ninety miles per day over all kinds of roads and in all kinds of weather, and are writing you this to express our satisfac tion with your product. ELITE FRENCH CLEANERS f& DYERS, by LEE ANGLE. These and many letters like them prove that our slogan, "No road too savage for Savuge Tires," is backed up by actual performances. Savage Graftnitc Tubes please users just as well as Savage Tires do. Join the Savage Tribe and and enjoy maximum mileage and tire satisfaction. Factory Distributor C. E. GATES Medford 3Sfefri m TWO TRIPS DAILY BETWEEN' MEDFORD and EAGLE POINT S. II. Hnrnlsu'fl auto will leavo Eagle Point nt 8 A. M. and 1 P. M. dally, except Sunday; leave Medford 9 A. M. nnd C P. M. Will call for pnsnangers nt hotola In Medford and hotels and bimlness bouses la Eagle Point. PHONE :i-X2 on a-xn. T-A-X-I PHONE 300 l'lrnt halt tnllo from stnnd, I pas scnRnr 15c, two pnBHonBorfl 2Cc. Within city limits, outsldo half mile 7.0HO, I or 2 passengers, ZHc, 3 passengers, 40c, 4 passengers, GOc. Country rntcH, IGo mllo. Special ratcB nlotifj paved hlchwny. VAX It. PIEItSOX, PIlOP. tituiid nt Itrmvii'ri. SUNDAY BASEBALL AND; BALLOON ASCENSION Medford vs. Gold Hill AT MEDFORD SUNDAY at 2:30 p. m. BATTERIES: Siebrick and Forbes for Medford; Cluett and Eddings for Gold Hill. Oold Hill has been strengthened by an ox-Coast league pitcher and other veteran players, and is ono of the strongest teams in Southern Oregon. Balloon Ascension Following the game, Messrs. Croak and Sherman will ascend l(KM) feet in their balloon and drop from this height in a parachute. "& THE UNIVERSAL CAR Obey that impulse and get your Ford car today. There's no valid reason why you should deny yourself the pleasure and profitable service the Ford gives. Obey that impulse. "Time is money," and the service of a Ford doubles the value of vour time. Runabout $390; Touring Car $440; Coupelct $590; Town Car $G40; Se dan $740, f. o. b. Detroit. Rnsv terms. On display and sale at C. E. GATES &. 1- -r "jut I & 4 . T. It FLYNN McM Book Sfofe "-xrsai-XEi t) "' ii yifrw'"wiii n "' .nyf;.T3iy.Kj( it.