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THE MEDFOftD MATT; TRIBUNE, MBDffORD, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1907,
IXAnD pnsscd tho card to
Merrlhow, who presented It to
Kitty. Smith had already necn
It. ITo waved It nsldo moodily.
La SIgnorlnn's oyes roved as In nn ef
fort to find somo way out
"It's a pretty kcttlo of flsli," said
O'Mally, rather pleased secretly In
having created so dramatic a moment
"There's nothing for 'us to do but to
clear out hog and baggage."
Then La Slgnorlnn roso to her feet
8ho took tho card from Kitty's An
gers, toro it Into many pieces and flung
them over tho wall.
"Wo hovo boon hPtraycdl" sbo cried,
a storm In her eyes.
"Betrayed? In what manner?" asked
"Her highness has had no hand In
this. I know. Some ono with malice
has dono this."
La Slgnorlua, her arms folded, her
lips compressed Into a thin lino of
Bcarlet, tho anger In her eyes un
abated, began to walk back and forth.
O'Mally gripped Smith by tho nrm
and pointed to tho gates.
Two carablnlcrl and an Inspector of
seals, dusty, but stern of countonaneo.
camo up tho .path. The Inspector came
on. Without touching his can a bad
sign ho laid upon the ten table a card
and a nowspaper, familiar now to
"Slgnorn," he snld politely, but coldly,
to tho whilom prima donna, "will you
do mo the honor to explain this? Wo
havo somo doubts as to tho uuthorlty
upon which this Invitation was Is
sued." She spoko evenly, almost Insolently.
"Tho Invitation Is perfectly regular."
Everybody experienced n chill.
This tlmo tho Inspector bowed.
"Then her highness will occupy her
"She is already in possession. I am
tho Prlncipcasa dl Mouto Ulaucn,"
Unci an enrthquako shattered tho
surrounding hills and gulfs opened nt
their feet It could not hnvo spread ter
ror moro quickly ninong tho transient
guests nt tho Vlllo A rind no than this
declaration. They- know that sho was
not tho princess, and hero, calmly and
negligently, sho was Jeoparding their
liberty as woll ns her own, Sho was
Tho keen eyed Inspector took mental
note of theso variant oppressions.
"Your highness," ho Bnld, his cap
setting tho dust on tho stones flying,
"a thousand pardons for this disagree
able Intrusion. It was not olllclally
known that your highness was hero."
"It is nothing," replied tho psoudo
princess. "Only I desired to remain
incognito for tho present."
"And tho seals?" purred tho ofll
clnl. "Wo shall go through that formality
tho morning after tho ball. At present
I do not wish to bo disturbed with tho
turning of tho villa upsldo down, as
would bo tho case wero tho seals re
moved." "That will rcqulro tho permission of
tho crown, your highness,"
"Then you will set nbout at onco to
secure thls permission."
Tho nlr .with which sho delivered
this command was noblo enough for
"You will telegraph to Cranford &
Ilarlng, in tho Corso Umberto Prlmo,
Homo. They will supply you with tho
uccessary details and Information."
Tho Inspector spolco to tho carablnl
crl, and tho trio mnrched to tho gates.
Loud were the exclamations of dis
may from tho uufortunato Americans,
and only Illllard nud Mcrrlhow show
ed faith in La Slgnorlua aud her prot
estation that eho would straighten
out tho tangle without any additional
misfortune coming to her former as
sociates. In tho opera troupe,
Kitty, O'Mally aud Smith, however,
wero convinced that dirty Italian
prison would bo their ultimate resting
"Sfc.U'WJ wo go ami break the uows
tP.VVorui," 'oarked Sinlth.
. Copyright, 1908, by the Bobbs
O'Mally assented, stopping n moment
In front of La Slgnorlnn.
"Wo have all been together for mnny
weeks." he said. "Yet who you are
none of us knows."
Tho shadow of a smllo lay upon her
lips and vanished. "My jiarao Is Sonln
Hilda Grosvcnor." And hor volco.was
".Tomorrow." said Mcrrlhow. "I'm
joins to look up the Jail and engage
rooms ahead. It might bo crowded.
Both he and Illllard rodo back to
their quarters for tho night, but they
found that sleep was practically out of
The morning sun poured over tho
hills, throwing hugo shadows in tho
gorge below. O'Mally sniffed. As the
wind veered Intermittently there came
to him tho pcrfnmo of tho locust trees.
now in full bloom. Plntro rocked, bis
Some ono was coming along the
path. She whcclnd Impatiently. She
wanted 10 be alciic. And of all men
'Worth was- not tho one -she cn'red to
"co. I5ut the sight of his pnl'e face
and sot Jaws stayed hfr words. She
waited restlessly .
(To lie continued.1 '
-- -t- -- -t-
ORDINANCE NO. 251.
An ordinance declaring the assess
ment on tho property benofited ' for
thn pnof nt Invlncr n wntnr main nn
outer section of Clark streot, West!
and corporation boundary lino south
to Jackson streot, West, and direct
ing tho recorder to 'enter a statement-
thoroof in tho water main lion dock
Tho city of, Medford doth ordnln ns
Section 1. Whorcas, tho city- coun
cil did hcrotoforo by resolution do
claro Its intention to lay ' a C-inch
wntor mailt on outer section of Clark
street, West, and. corporation boun
dary lino Botttu to Jackson streot,
West, and to assess tho cost thereof
on tho property fronting on said por
tion of said street In proportion to
tho frontage of said property, and did
fix a tlmo and place for .hearing pro
tests cgnlnct tho lnying of said water
main on tald portion of said streot
nnd tho assessment of tho cost
therctof as aforesaid.
Whereas, said resolution was duly
posted and published as required by
so-tlon 110 of tho charter of said
Whereas, a mooting of tho council
was held at tho t.Imo nnd place fixed
in said resolution for tho purposo of
considering any such protests, but no
protests woro nt such time or at any
tlmo mndo or received by tho council
to tho laying of snld water main or
tho assessing of tho cost thereof as
aforesaid, and said council having
considered the matter, and deomlng
that said watoj main wp.n and is of
material bonefit to said city and that
all property to bo assessed: therefor
would bo benefited thereby to tho
extent of tho probablo amount of tho
respectivo assessments to bo levied
30 -Acre Orchard
Two"niiles from Mcdford; All
good soil, planted to Nowtown nnd
Spitz6nbcrg apples, Cornice, Boso
An d Howell penrs. Trees nro 5
vonrs of age nnd are in fine con
dition. Price $500 per Acre
Taking everything into consid
eration, tho fhio. character of tho
soil, tho ago and condition of tho
trees, nnd its nearness to Mod
ford, there is nothing in tho valley
equal to this as n bargain. Lot us
show you this tract.
W. T. York
Wesi Main St., opp. Hotel Moore
legs crossed, his face blurred in tho nB(ljnat snid property, did tfrder said
drifting tobacco smoke.
"No moro tourists, Pletro?"
"No." Pletro sighed.
"Did you ever seo La Slgnorlnn be
foro? Do you know anything about
"Never! No!" answered Pletro, with
tho perfect candor of an accomplished
"Have you over seen"
"Zltto! She come!"
La Slgnorlnn was as daintily fresh
water main laid; and,
.Whoreas, tho cost of said water
main has boon aud hereby is deter
mined to bo the sum of $1230.50;
Now, therefore, It Is hereby further
determined that tho proportionate
hnro of tho cost of laying said water
mnln of each parcel of tho property
frontlnc on said portion of said streot
Is tho amount sot opposite tho des-
riptlon of each piece or parcel of land
IMotro got up bolow and that each such pleco or
parcel of land Is benefited by tho lay
ing of said water main to tho full ex
tent of tho nmount so set opposito the
BILLY EMPEY VAN, Mgr.
Friday & Saturday
BROWN'S in TOWN
A Roaring 3Act
- Langii LaugSi
Admission 10 and 20g
Containing two indispensable
luxuries and two sources of econ
omy. ... . .
Call(;and lot us demonstrate its
Office in Allan Plumbing Co.'s Store, Medford.
i.. i t . . i . I. .... ui it..
in. hh , L i.T rnftir description of such piece or parcel,
Her eyes woro fining. )Ut hcr color nnd t,lint thQ P0Bpectl0 amounts rop-
"I havo been looking for you, air,
O'Mally." sho said. "I havo Just re
ceived a telegram from hor highness."
O'Mally accepted the yellow sheet
resent tho proportional bonoflts of
said water main to snld respectivo
pnrcols of property and nlso tho
proportional frontago thereof on snld
portion of said street, and tho council
I fun niiiitP nut n wnni nr twn. iw. does horoby declare each of tho par
said. "It's in Itnllan." cols or Ptoporty ncscrioeu uoiow 10 no
"I foruot" nnoloKetlcallv assessed ami cacu 01 uio snmo is
Briefly. La Prlnclp.-ssa dl Monte r"' Ei :
Blancn gave Sonla Hilda Grosvenor C0Dt ot laylnK BnI(1 watcr mnln.
him uuiuuriiy 10 net as nor pro.y in ASSESSMENT FOR A G-INCH WAT-
glvlng the ball. As for the invitation,
sho knew absolutely nothing about It.
'I'hls last statement rnthrr staggered
the erstwhile concierge. If the prin
cess hadn't issued the invitation, who
the deuce had?
'Xhe dreamy, pleasurable days at the
Villa Arladno were no more. The
spirit of suspclclon now stalked
nbrond. Aud there wero a-coinlng and
going of the many needed extra serv
ants, a to and frolng of extra garden
ers nnd carpenters aud the sound of I
many hummers. Tho bnllroom nnd the
KEIt MAIN FROM INTERSEC
TION OF CLARK STREET, WEST,
AND CORPORATION DOUNDARY
SOUTH TO JACKSON STREET,
Asscssmont No. 1 Elfred and Jon-
nlo Bnrzce, block 3, Mlngus subdivi
sion in tho city of Modford, Oregon,
frontago 802. CC foot and described
Vol. GO. pago 313, county recorder's
!'.! rT..i ' ... n .
IUCUIUU Ul uiiukhuii uuiimy, UlUKUll,
752. CG foot; rato SOMt cents per foot;
mount duo SG05.80
Asscssmont No. 2 F. W. Hntchn-
son, tno west halt of lot 7, diock
Paul de Anna
ER AND ENGRAVER. ALL
WORK GUARANTEED. IN
CONNECTION WITH MED
FORD LOAN OFFICE, COR.
CENTRAL AVE. ANB SEV
ENTH ST., MEDFORB.
dluliig room were opened nnd aired 2, Mlngua subdivision, In section 24,
nnd tho beautiful floors polished. township 37 south, range 2 west of
In Florence thcro was a deal of ex- tho Wlllamotto morldlan. ln Medford,
I cltoment over tho coming affair, for Jnokson county. Oregon; frontngo
1 tho Villa Arladno had once been tlm NU-.7C foet nml desccrlhcd Vol. 28,
scene of mnny n splendid pnti'itiiln- pngo 205, county recorder's records
mont. There had always been a mys- 0f Jackson county. Orecon: 700.7(1
tery regarding tho PrlnclnwK.i dl
llnnln III...,,... X. - vv...,
.....nil ..I.I1K.U, .tiiiu, iiiniiiii'ii nn m-. i .,...,. i .i 'ioo nn
m... I flllltllllll tHV tfUWHlUI'i
.,, " " " I" '""'' . wiii Acseoament No. 3 Mathias Dem-
unown an over i-.urope as a imiulsuiiit. mor. commonclnir nt tho southwest
BiK-iiiiiuiiu. .iui i m uu'i nun in t'lis cornor of lot 0, block 2. Mlngus' sub
precise moment he was iiuarti'icil division, in section 2-i, township 37
with the Eighth corps In i-'lnrciiee mid-
oil largely to the zest of speeutatloii
As for Hlllnrd. woll Indood ho mi
derstood now why Mrs. Samlfdrd laid
warned him. Ilo uudorstnoil imw
what the gcoat mistake was.
south, rango 2 west of tho Willametto
meridian, in Jackson county, Oregon,
and running thonco oast on south lino
of B.ihl lot 1) chains 41 Units, thonco
north nt right angles to said south
lino to within 30 foot of north lino
of said lot, thonco west parallel with
Ilo was. always at her IicoIk now. nnd 30 foot dlstnnco south from north
but speaking no more of hts love Nhi
understood and was grateful. Once
slio plucked a young roso and gavo li
to him. and lie was sure that her hand
touched his with pity, though she
would not meet his eyes.
At 4 o'clock on tho afternoon of the
day before tho ball, now that tho
nolso hud subsided and the servants
lino of snld lot to southerly lino of
said road, crossing northwest cornor
ot snid lot, thonco south 42.15 degro.-s
west to said southorly lino of said
county road, to west lino of snld lot,
thonco south on snid wont lino of said
lot to plnco of beginning, containing
G acres; frontago 420.75 feet on cast
sido otreot, described Vol. 31, pngo
ub a, county recorder s records of
For the Best
In harness, saddles, whips,
.obes, tents, blankets, wag
on sheets, axle grease and
gall cure, as well as all kinds
of custom work, seo
J. C. Smith
314 E. Main.
were in their quarters. La Slgnorlua Jackson county. Oregon: 382.75 foot:
went Into tho gardens alone. An hour h'n0 I'or foot S0M conts; amount duo
curlier she had riiii Mlllnnl mnnni J0S,10.
and rldo away, tho last time but onco .e.cl'?n ? l!xo recoraor ot tno city
Thcro seemed to bear down upon ho
I ......... . .
mill vjnuvsaioil which OHO CXperiQIH'08 ,,mnf In Mm .l Ilo-
n u nighnnnro of beiug able to ily so 0f snld city ns required by tho ctly
w run iimuiy nun yet io move ciinrtor.
slowly, always pursued by terror. Tho foregoing ordlna.ico was passed
Eveu now there was n slnglo nrenuo u tho city council ot tho city of Mod-
of escape, but alio know that sho could or(l 011 tn ""X ' November, 1803,
not profit by it nnd lenvo theso unfor- .v tho followinp; voto: Aiornok nvo,
tunato derelicte to shift for them. WoloU nyo, Elfort uyo. Binerlek ayo,
selves. Love! Sho laughed brokonly wormian ayo. uemmor nbsont.
..,,! ,tr.,-L- i,rt i , AHiiroveu rtovemnor a, iauy.
fllPV A lUHll. .Oln.nv l.lol All n... I . ' LAU fllJ "
on wna man, nnu sno was tno maa ItOIiT. W. TELFER,
uesjinKv . Itecordor.
Timber and Coal Lands
ENGINEERING- AND SURVEYING CON
TRACTS TAEN AND ESTIMATES
B. H. Harris & Co.
Office in Jackson County Bank Upstairs
APPLES AND PEARS AND ALL KINDS 01?
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
YAKIMA VALLEY NURSERY
Largest Commercial Nursery in the Pacific North
west. Not in the combine. Competes with all first
L. E. HOOVER, Agent
Tho best resolution for you
to mako ia to oorao to us for
your next suit, if yovt want
something out of the ordirmry.
Wo do tho best work and clinrgo
the lowest prices.
W. W. EIPERT
THE PEOORUSSIVE TAILOE
TAXIDERMIST AND FURRIER
Send your trophies to mo for mount
ing. Big game heads, fish, birds nnd
mnuunnls mounted true to nature by
improved mothods. I do tanning, make
fur rugs, make, remodel nud clean
fur garments, Express nnd mail or
ders promptly nttonded to.
C. M. HARRIS.
495 Washington Street, Portland, Or.
Telophono Mnin 3000.
When we suggest that you
Toast Your Bread
On Breakfast Table
We do not mean that you should eat off
the stove toast
With an Electric Toaster
. and have crisp, brown, delicious toast
costs lc per meal to operate. "Wo
have the best toaster on the market for
sale at $4.50, Clean, appetizing, sanitary
ROGUE RIVER ELECTRIC CO.
Successors to Condor Water & Power Co.