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MEDFORD arXTL TRTBUNE, BEDFORD, -OttTCG ON, TTITOSDAY OCTOBER 10, 101
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LOST GAME FOR
' GIANT MER
(ny Orantland Rice)
BOSTON, Mans., Oct. 10. The
grand old dope skids off tho trait
and vanishes for Reed and all. Mown
full cf holes, twisted out of Rear and
kicked In tho slats, thero Isn't any
dope to work with today. Thero Is
nothing left now but two ball clubs
flhtlng blindly, madly Tor tho world'a
All footwork Is gone, headwork has
vanished and the contestants now are
face to face, attempting to pound out
each other's brains. There Is noth
ing left but tho wallop. Tho first
club that begins playing regular ball
may strlko an easy tr&ll to the crest,
or If neither settles down, the old
haymaker may decide It about next
Wednesday In tho last round of the
Krrors Loe Game
After beating Jeff Tesreau In New
York, Boston yesterday found the
Cllant defense bo wide apart that six
unearned tallies were scored where,
with eves fair support behind Mat
tytfthere saoaW have been but one.
Fletcher slipped them four a muff
at the -plate presented the other.
With a ball club drawing six un
earned runs In one afternoon by the
opposing team's defensive play, the
game can be summed up briefly and
without using burning oratory to ex
plain the answer.
Taking no credit from Boston's
game, or the team's driving assault
or tho pinch hjta tho stars tore off.
Matty's third world series start.
should have netted him a third first
game victory. The Giants pounded
Collins and Hall from the field, while
Matty's support cost him the ver
dict not bis boxwork. Boston hit
him hard, but through his coolness
and courage, only a single run was
Matty Kept Cool
Matty's support cracked arouud
him, but he Bwung on gamely, grim
ly fighting and planning and stav
ing oft defeat by a combination of
heart and brains. The only GlanU
who rallied .behind hint were Hcrzog
and Murray, who broVe down the Red
Sox defease, almost unaided, drove
Stahl's two pitchers from" the box.
The first team which settles down
BULGARIAN SOLDIERS CAMPED ON FRONTIER READY FOR BATTLE.
PEAR PIES GOOD
jaCDIERS (XT J3UTY-m A J3UZ6XR1AN IXOtTTIKR- VILLAGE.
The situation In the Balkan State and lu Turkey t worrylug the Powers of Uurope considerably, With the
Bulgarian troops peupiruttng rurklh territory north l Km'hax. to the northeast Jf Adrlanpule, and Mtu th
rurlUh soldiers crylug "Cnrnl be Itulunrht. Servta. Ur.-ove and .Uouteiiesro," the time has come, iirouilueut Kuro
jwau-i ay, for the un.ut Pourrs to lu terrene ,
FAIR PRICES FOR
The Northwestern Fruit Exchange
reports the following sales, Oct. 7:
Boston. S cars apples through
auctton today, 1 car from Cashmere
(not sold by th,e Kxehane hut by an
outsider) Jonathan? averaged 1.7C.
Grimes Golden $1.10. Arkansas
Blacks $1.43, Twigs $1.C2. Spltxen
bergs $1.72, Wlnesaps $1.30, Ben
Davis $1.29, Rome Bcauts $1.C0,
one car Sawyers Yakima Jonthans
Now York. Through auction to
day 3 cars Oregon pears, one-half
boxes Anjous averaged $1.50. Deses:
$2.20. Comic $2.10. 6 cars Colorado
Elbertas poor, averaged 40 cents; 8
cars Utah Elbertas poor, averaged 40
cents; one car Washington pears,
Anjous $2.50, Clalrgeaus $2.40; 2
cars Washington apples, Grimes
Golden $1.50. Jonathans $1.20, all
poor; one car Washington Winter
Nellis averaged $2.00; one car Ore-
. .. . .. -..,.. .x. eon Nonesuch $1.50: Italians 90
10 lis normal siriue bmuu.u wu . --
series hands down. No world's ser- cents to $1.50; Italians 90 cents
too farm la n'noilnil TinW lust a lit- $105.
TO BESEIGED CITY
DOUGLAS. Ariz.. Oct 10 Two
hundred and fifty Mexican federals
are rushing to Montezuma, Sonora,
tqday to relievo that town, which Is
surrounded and threatened by Gen
eral Antonio Rojas mid 400 insur
gents. Rojas issued an ultimatum
demanding that the federal garrison
of the town surrender or he annihi
lated. Ill ere arc only 100 federals
at Montezuma, and It Is feared they
may wiped out before reinforcements
arrive. Two hundred additional fed
erals were ordered to the scene. The
federals have orders to pursuo any
advantage they may obtain over Rojas
force, to the end of exterminating
General Rojas has applied to
President Madero for amnesty, but
while awaiting a reply Is losing no
opportunity to lay waste to the coun
try. JCedfora fnnung company carry a
full Unit of legal blank
NEW Oltl.EANS. Oct. 40. That
peace is roitorcd In Nicaragua Is con
tained In a cable received from Mann
gua by Nlcnraguan Consul Znvaln
hero today. The despatch was sent
by the minister ot -foreign affairs at
Managua, but gave no. details.
Zavala interprets the message as
meaning that normal conditions liavu
S?olie! & I)ny Ihsuo Hio following
tin! oil New York, (Molier 1.
Ytttltmlny Til earn itutl lotl.iy'
(Tuesday) fill enr shows ontillnui'd
heuvy ni rivals here.
Penrsj Very few HiiillelN nrilv.
iiitf iiiul anything in jrnnil coinlllinn
yelling nlmvo $,'1,(10, Inil miwtlv soft
riHi niul nntlirnlly Helling low. Heavy
arrivals anil saltw here, of fall itutl
winter nrs. Few Cliiirgeaut in
boxes selling from f'J.OO to .fU.OO.
Several eavt of Coiaieo In half Iioxoh
from California niul priees nie low
er, mostly $1,80 to fU.1.0 per half
hox, full boxes selling amuml $:i.0l.
Koine part oars Mejlfonl Coiniee til
half hoxet sold around fl,7ft. Very
heavy in rivals of IVAnjous, soveral
oars selling daily, some very linml
some. They aro selling mostly from
f'J.fiO to !:i.i!.'i per box. Also several
cars of lloso from Medfonl, full
boxes n round $11.00 anil half boxes
Apples? Several cars sold n!
(ion here. JmiatlimiK -I tier selling
.?'J.OO to 'V.W. V,U mostly ifl.75.
Some Grimes Golden sold mostly
fl.oO !o if 1.7ft, hut this was very
liamNome stoek and this variety is
not wanted here.
1500 POUNDS OF POTATOES
FOR EVERYONE IN OREGON
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 10.
Enough potatoes were produced In
Orvgon this season to give about
1500 .pounds to every man, woman
and child in the state, and still leave
enough to seed tho next crop, accord
ing to II. H. Cohen commercial edi
tor of tho Oregon Journal. Eighty
thousand acres wpjp planted, but
bumper outputs wtra the. order de
splt6 blight In some sections.
The highest point ot woaa' hap
plness la reached only through moth
erhood. Yet tho mothcMo-bo Is often
fearful of .nature's ordeal and shrinks
from tho suffering incident to Ita con
summation. In Mother' Friend Is to
bo found a medlclno of great value to
every expectant mother. It is Intended
to proparo tho system for the crisis,
and thus relieve, in great part, the
Butforlng through which tho mother
usually passofl. Tho regular uso of
Mothor'a Friend will repay any mother
In the comfort it affords before, and
the helpful restoration to health and
strength It brings
about after baby
Friend Is for aalo
at drug stores.
write ror our
free book for expectant mothers
which contains much valuable Infor
WADflOO REGULATOR CO.. Alt-.., Ca.
tie, everyday humdrum ability.
Neither team played a first-class
game, the fielding verged from su
perhuman to super punk from big
league to class X.
PAROLE AT SAN QUENTtN
SAN JOSE, Ca!., Oct. 10. De
spite the brilliant plea of his attor
ney for a parole, James H. Rogers
convicted of flooding the country
with worthless checks drawn on the
National Livestock Company of Chi
cago, is sentenced today to one year
In San Quentin prison. Rogers was
educated at Yale and was a former
newspaperman at Seattle.
Wealthy relatives. It Is said, are
sending money for him to make a
new start after his release.
ROGUE RIVER PEARS
EST EVER GROWN
That Rogue River pears are appre
ciated in Cleveland, O., is shown by
tho following extracts from the Cleve
land Leader of September 5, shipped
by B. L. Dodge,
"Six cars of California deciduous
fruit were disposed of, Including the
first car of Rogue river pears receiv
ed In this market in years. The now
pears are from Oregon and are extra
fine In qhalfty," with sales ranging
from $2,10 to $2.50 a box."
Tears Finest Kver Seen
"A straight carload of Rogue river
Bartlett pears from Oregon sold at
auction here yesterday at an average
price of $2.30 a box. Tjie quality of
tho new pears was said by experts In
this lino to bo tho flneBt over seen on
These reports were contained In
the market comment and naturally
wero absolutely impartial and consti
tuted an official estimate placing
Rogue river pours ahead of any fruit
of tho kind over grown.
Philadelphia. Through auction to
day car Anjous from Medford, Ore
on. sizes 80 to 150 sold $3.00 to $3.25
half-boxes $1. CO;, tone car extra fancy
Grimes Golden from Wenatcheo Val
ley Fruit Growers association average
$1.73; one car extra fancy Spltzen
bergs from Grants Pass, Oregon, poor
averaged $1.58; ono car Oregon
mixed, choice, Jonathans averaged
$1.20, Kings $1.25; one car Wenat
chee extra fancy Jonathans averaged
$1.C3; one car car extra fancy Jona
thans from Granger, Washington,
Chicago. Through auction today
56 cars Including one car pears from
California, Winter NelHs sold $2.15
to $2.35 avcraegd $2.30; one mixed
car pears from Oreon, Clalrgeaus sold
$1.55 to $1.60 average $1.58, Duch
ess $1.20 to $1.30 averaged. $1.25,
one car Anjous from Utah sold $2.70
to $3.20 average $3.05; 18 cars Ital
ians 60 to So cents average 75 cents;
one car Jonathans from New Mexico
sold $1.65 to $1.75 average $1.70.
Minneapolis, Through auction to
day one car Washington Klefer pears
averaged $1.50; Colorado BIbertas
35 cents to 40 cents; Idaho Italians
70 to 80 cents.
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SCOTCH WOMAN IEQUEATHS
$40,100 TO HOME RULERS
LONDON, Oct. 10. An aged
Scotch woman who favored homo rule
t(M jvoeiitly and her will discloses
bequests of $40,000 each to Joim
k4)BOHd, William Redmond and
JCelr Hardle, the .home rule and
PLANNED FOR EXPOSITION
It is planned to make "the greatest
and mo.st important target tourna
ment ever held in the United State''
n feature of the Panama-Pueifio Un
iversal Exposition at San Francisco
in ldlft. Tho big event will bo ar
ranged on n scale to do justice to.
the importance of tlm shooting port
in America, and will receive tho en
dorsement and Hiippoit of shooting
clubs throughout the country. Cali
fornia sliooters have formed a cor
poration with a en pi tnl of $20,000,
to promote tho art of target shoot
ing, and this organization ia promi
nunt in booming the 1015 tournament.
LESS BOWEL TROUBLE
Medford people havo found out
that A SINGLE! DOSH of simple buck
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as com
pounded In Adler-l-ka, the Gorman
appendicitis remedy, relieves consti
pation, sour stomach or gas on tho
stomach INSTANTLY, This simple
mixture antlseptlclze tho digestive
organs and draws off tho impurities
and it is surprising how QUICKLY It
helps, h. B. Hasklns, druggist.
Values in Cotton and Silk
Goods to $1.00 per yard.
While they last, per yard
Oct. 11 that 9 a. m.
Hutchison & Lumsden
Choice 25 ents
200 piccoH Boys', MIsboh' mid ChllrirmiVi houvy
flat wonvo, hoiivy jowny rthl)il, and pure wliito
joi'Hoy vibhotl fltioco Hnod Vc.Ih and lan(H, Ufi
to r0 vahip.s, inoHt all hIsspb in tho lino, ohoico,
onch - 25
Ladies' lioavy floooo lined VoHtri and Pnnta in
Mizo.s tip to No. 9, extra largo, oaoh 50
Lndio.s' jflraoy rthbod flooeo lined Union Suitn,
oaeh 75, J?1.00 and fl.50
Misses' and Children 'h fleece lined Union Riillsf,"
eueli 50 and $1,.00
Lndie.s' light woiKhtf high netdc, long hIoovo,
VoHts, each 25
Boys' and Misses Nazareth Waist Union Suits,
garments in one. Closing out priee, 2 for 75
Boys' and Misses' Nazareth Waists 25
Boys' and Misses' jersey ribbed Underwaists.
"Wo would like to show you the best wearing
popular priced lino of Men's, Ladies', Misses;
and Boys' J lose in the city; 2fc worth of woan.
in every pair of our 15 Hose.
Boys' Blouse Waists,
advertised and sold
everywhere; all sizes
up to M yeais
All Silk, Taffeta and
Satin and in the. best
Also a lioavy quality
all silk taffeta, extra
15& 20 25 yard
Men's, Ladies' and Boys' all leather Driving and
"Work Gloves the best Glove value in Medford
at, pair 506 75t and $1.00
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APPLES APPLES APPLI8
Do Tou Want to Sell?
What aorta and quantities, and what price? Wa aro not tend
ring for anybody' fruit.
Do you want to consign and chance tho market? Conault us
and wo will giro you quotations. In ovory case wo sand tho sellers
sale notes. In New York wo use our own snlo notes, and do not havo
apples told by auction.
H. N. WHITE & CO.
76 Park Placo Now York
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Two Lots, 50x117, Queen Anne Addition
Water, sewer, pavement and sidewalks in, alley'
in rear; best two lots in the addition.
One Lot, 75x120, East Main Street
Water, sewer, pavemont, alloy in rear.
Five-room house and lot, Kenwood tivonuo
Concrete foundation, plastered, wired and plumb
ed, lot 135 feet deop, half block Fourth strept
pavement, high ground.
Lot South Oakdalc G0xl75, all improvements
in, adjoins lloward property, faces Dakota avonuo,
alley in rear.
Sovcn acres, iy miles north of Medford on Cen
tral Point macadam, ditch across.highest part.
Any of the above properties can bo puroliasod at
exceptionally low prices and terms to suit pur
chaser. MEDFORD BOOK STORK
.t-i li 'i.u.m
Nearly a quarter of a century under tho same
Jackson County Bank
It has succeeded because of ; .
Boundneu of principlo
Economy of management
Safety of investment -Courteous
and liberal treatment
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00
W. I, Vawter ,Presidont G. Jl. Lindley, Vico Pres.
0. W. McDonald, Cashier ' v