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Mail Tribune 100

Sept. 15, 1916


The Medford people will be offered a great intellectual treat in the address by Rev. Wm. L. Sullivan at St. Mark's Hall this evening.

The work of Mr. Sullivan as a pastor of the Souls church in New York City has been attracting profound attention and interest. Many authorities believe that he is destined to win a place beside Emerson and Channing.

Pacific Coast Unitarian Association appealed to President Elliott, formerly of Harvard University and still president of the American Unitarian Association to induce Mr. Sullivan to spend a month on the Pacific Coast. It is through the intervention of President Elliott that Mr. Sullivan has come to the Pacific Coast. He has been giving a course of lectures in the California cities and is on his way to Eugene, Portland and Seattle. It was found that his itinerary makes it possible to schedule a talk here this evening, which was accordingly done.


  • Most of the material out of which the Crater Lake was made in the Medford Creamery exhibit at the Fair Grounds, was gathered on a recent trip to the lake taken by Mr. and Mrs. Clark. The little hotel in the exhibit is carved from pumice stone picked up on the rim, and the Garden of the Gods made from pumice stone from the road near the rim.
  • Maxie, the four months old trained colt at the fair that has attracted so much attention, was awarded first prize Friday by the judges. Maxie is a most intelligent creature, gentle and friendly and shakes hands with everyone. She is the property of Mrs. J. S. McKenzie.
  • The big crowd will be at the Roaring Camp tonight at the Armory. See the Red Dog Saloon, O. K. Restaurant and the old time playing 'em to the limit at Faro, Roulette, Three Card Monte and Twenty-One. Ten cents will win enough to dance all night.