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IMlflmrplM) MAIU'DRLnUNlC, AUfiDIfom). OJil'XlON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1012.
LY BRIEF ACCOUNT
The Gold Dust Twins9
OF GREAT BATTLE
: Philosophy iK
" . V-mtii'ii i r'fn" i' " ii i mii n'-'- f rr f -- " -"
I.O.N'DON, Nov. 1 -Tho four
dnyH' Imljlo In Thrace lias ended In
Out triumph iif tho llulgnrluu com
miwiiljiMiiMihlof, (lonornl Havoff,
wliomi skillful nliatcuy Iiiih probably
lirOIIKtll tO It uldftO DIKI Of tllU NllOlt
'Hi mill moHt remarkable warn on
record. Tlm grout Turkish army, en
1 1 urn l oil at itnorn limn 200,000 men,
Iiiih hmm defeated and In In retreat.
C'(iiin(iiiitlntii)ii In believed to bo
ill tint mercy of llui Dulgurluim ami
tint council sitting nt tlm porto Ik tils
ciihhIiik tint advisability of suing for
pence. Hucli Ih tho iu'Wh fniin Con
tiliiiitliioiilii. Only lint briefest anil
viiK'MjBt uciountH of tho groat battle
hnvo yet been rorolvod, for Mm war
)mn been itHtirlally romurhahln In
that not a single war correspondent
hint boon allowed at tlm front except
In tlm cant of tlm llltht .Montenegrin
nuiiiilii against Kcntarl.
Apparently Niultn Pasha liati boon
completely outmunoutorod. Tlio
Utilitarian' turning movement along
tlm lllnck sea coast now appears to
hnvo boon a feint, with tlm success'
fill Inttnil of drawing Nurlm to throw
IiIn main army to tlm eastward while
8off hurled hln strength against
tint Turku' weakened loft wing,
which hit crnxhitil at l.ulo llurgw. Tint
fighting nlong tlm whole front, which
lm niijuip'ittly been most stubborn
ami determined, uan carried on ilny
Tlm nipt urn of ,Viulm'it hoadtiunr
titrii at Acholu Ih hntirjy expected. In
this event tlm Turku will bo forced
within tlm defensive linos of Tchat
nljii, thu only remaining fortlflitil
poHltlon protecting Constantinople.
It lies twenty-five miles to tlm north
went of thu capital.
M'NAMARA PLOTTED WHILE IN
PRISON TO "GET" BURNS
I.N'DIANAl'OMH, Nov I Tlml
J. J. .McNamaru, arch dynamiter,
since htt Imprisonment In Kan Queu
tin penitentiary, has plottitil to "got"
William J, Hunts, ilittcctlvo, ami alco
"got" Walter T)rcV, who'workod iii
evidence ni;nlntl lilm, wait tho sub
stance of tCHtlniony given nt tho ilyn
amlto trial toilny.
Tho tory as related on tlm wit
ness stand wan by llcrbnrt H. 1 lock-
In, who went to Han (Juontln last
spring ami said McNaumrn, In a con
versation with hi in through tho liara
of tlm cull, Haiti:
"1 would like to hog thorn get both
Huron nntl Drew."
IMwaril J. hronnnn wax tho wit
ness who gave tlm testimony, llron
nnn, who Ih a government agent, Haiti
thlH was toltl to hint by llockln, who
also stated that later Hockttt went
to Han Francisco, whom Anton Jo
hannHon, tlm labor I cutler, told him
tlml ".Mao" (mcanlni; McJNninnra)
wan anxious "to get Hurim nntl
Johnnnson, then, according to
ltreiinnn, toltl llockln Hint after
llockln'ri return to ImllanapollH a
stranger who ho Halt! would Intro
duett himself by saylnc, "I am tho
arrow, not Harrow," would nppenr on
tho ttee ne. Tlm stronger appeared.
He brought a package wlilch ho left
at union headiiuarterH.
"FAV0R5 ARE NEVEH COilCElVtD IH THE GENERAL INTEREST"
0R0ZC0, SENIOR, IS
FREED FROM PRISON
i:i. I'AHO, Nov 1. -An attempt
by tint Muxlian Koventnmut to hold
1'ancual Oroxco, Kr., In Jail linro ten
iln)i moro , wltbgul trial wnn .fru
trntutl today by Dlntrlct Jmlso-'Wal-tliul.
Oroxco Iuim already been hold
forty dnyH, an jirexcrlbetl by tlm
treaty, and was freed totlny nt tlm
expiration of bin allotted time, tho
.Mexican Koscrniuout offurlni; no
proofM warrautluc oxtrmlltloii.
Ah hoou oh freed, Uroxco wan re
arrested on a chartm preferred by
(Inventor aonrakm of Chihuahua,
throiiKh (loernor Coliiult. Thin wnn
made. ponHlblu tbrotiKh tho extradi
tion treaty between tlm two Htnton
On application for release on hah
can corpiiH Waltlml declined to keep
Oroxco In prison on the crouudH vln
ttiatly tlm Piinie Imiuo wan Invohcd.
i."iL.a ji.a-nsBsss: i J. M .t.it-aj f 1
Konurnl charnctor of tho wltueuRCH
for tlm prosecution, llo nald there
wnn Insufficient testimony upon
which to hold Hddle for trial. In a
Ht'itomcnt Immod by lMtllo after his
illHchnrKc lie enld tho charge of Im
proper rlatlona with Mr. Johoh was
plnccdfaKaliinl him" by'hlH political
ononilfs. IMdlu'ii IWnl tin n cliSi'Kii
of hating contributed to tho delln-
Utiency of Mrs. Allco l'helps will bo
I Kin November 20.
COURT FREES MORAL CENSOR
OF CHARGE OF DELINQUENCY
LOS ANOCLnS. Cal., Nov. 1 - -City
ProHcculor Ouy IMdlo wnH ex
oimrnted of tlm cliarco of liavliu;
contributed to tint delluuueiicy of
Mrs. Alma Joneit by .In dim Wilbur In
tho Juvenile court Into toda. In
dlHinlnHlni; tho cane J ml no Wilbur
referred to tho diurropauulca lie tho
tcutluiouy of .Mm. Jones and of tho J
SAMS VALLEY FARM
SOLD FOR $7,500
O. V. "Mjeru Thurmlay old to O.
Connor of Los AiiKeles. Cnl., 120
acres In Sam'H Valley for 760O, tak
Inn posMosslon at once. Tho now
owner will not tho property to troo
nntl nUulfa. Mr. Connor nlso plans
tho makliiK of many Improvemouts
on tho place, Including thu bulldlni;
of n new barn.
The 1-U acreH Ih a portion of the
A. V Talent tract and Ik considered
one of the bout agricultural pieces In
thnfBOtitlon. The plnco belonged to
Mr Mera, hu hnuillluK the deal,
WIIITK SliAVKU IS tJIVIJ.V TWO
vi:.ns in stati: immson
HAN ritANCISCO, Oct 31
Two jonra In tho federal prison on
McNoU'h iHlnnd w8 the hontence po-
uounccd upon Tliomis Ilcautuont,
who has a wife and child In Alaska,
on a charge of violation of tho white
slave law. Through misleading cor
respondence, Heauiuost. an elderly
man. Induced Chnriofto O'Hara, a
jouiik Kir), to come to Ban Francis
co to accept a position and then took
ndtfnnlne of her. ?
"1 am disgusted and Incensed that
n man with a wife and child should
bo taken In this sort of a crime,"
said United States Judge Van Fleet,
In pahsini; sentence.
NKW YOHK, Xov. 1 Last nlicht
Woodrow Wilson, speaking to nn au
dience that filled every corher of
Madison Hfjunro Garden, received the
greatest ovation of hln catnpalnx for
president, l'literlni; the hall aj 'J
ojclock, after Hpeakini; lo an en
llniHlastlcaudlcnio In the nronx, the
detnocratlc candidate stood for an
hour and three minutes at the rail
ing of the speaker's platform wait
ing for tho demonstration to end.
"No man could fa:, to bo moved
by this demonstration such as wo
witnessed tonight," ho said, with
every evidence of deep feeling, a ho
finally made himself heard. "Yet I
ant more thrilled because I realize
It is a demonstration for a cause and
not for a man."
Starting with the first shouts from
the doorway when the governor ar
rived from the Bronx meeting, the
Madison Square outburst defied his
utmost efforts to quell It. The gov
ernor's motion for quiet brought only
renewed cheers. Twice when the
cheering slightly subsided It was re
newed with vigor by young women
who forced their way to the front of
the speaker's stand and inspired I. the
crowd to fresh efforts.
Governor Wilson spoke extempo
raneously His theme was a pica
for a united government, which ho
said was necessary to accomplish any
reforms. "The one thing," he said,
"that will set reform forward Is a
united government, and a united
government does not consist of a
president. Tho united government
consists of the houso of representa
tives, president and senate."
Wilson followed tho samo lino In
his speech in the Bronx, in addition
to ridiculing tho cry of his oppon
ents that tho prosperity of tho coun
ti y would bo adversely affected by
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will apply at tho regular
meeting of tho city council Novem
ber C, 1912, for a license to sell
malt, splrltous and vIuousHiquorsat
32 North Front street, for a period
of six months.
M. & E. J. ADAMS.
Dated October 22, 1912.
WHEN young Miss Housewife first aspired, io build the home
her mate desired, she dreamed of castles in the air, with
ncveMoil nor woe nor care. She half imagined, in a
way, that keeping houie was only "play."
Too soon the sordid side of life ik
dust and grime and soot and strife each
one, in turn, reminded her, that little
problems must occur. A part of thrift is in
the knack nf fitfhtfntf Airl amunA vmi knlr
of keeping constantly at work where dust and germs of illness lurk.
This housewife had her little cry, gave up and scarcely knowing
Atlir Nitionl CuBjuixa: vvny. men, irom me SOmDre
ciouas oi aouor, two rays or tomta
hope crept out.t The Gold Duet
Twins threw wide ihe door ad
entered, eager for a chore. They
polished all the silverware, they
scrubbed the bathroom and tm
sfair. Each mirror soon waa
shining bright,, the kettle abeae
with rflfflmiarf iaht.maA !! iwimJ
from pit to dome, they garaiabeJ
up mat utile nome.
Ah! Ye who feel that, once begun, a houa-
Yrtfif TTfnrtr ?e 1T7VT?X itftfii. 1m. .AMf
The Gold Dust Twins make play of any task that come their way.
A mop a cloth a busy brush, and honestly it makes us bluet), te
think wc ever played the drone by working in the house aloa. ,
SKAItril OCKAX VKSgKli
ixm whitk siavi:ns
LOS ANGi:UKS. Cal., Oct. 31.
Immigration Inspectors have wired
the federal authorities In San Fran
cisco, requesting that they search
tho steamer Avalon, due today, for
three alleged white blavers. An an
onymous letter to Inspectors declares
that tho three men, supposedly
Frenchmen, although going under
American names, havo flvo white
girls and are en routo to Africa. Tho
gills, tho letter states, were employ
ed under promise of theatrical en
gagements when they arrived In Af
rica. C. While, Jr., one of tho backs on
the Yalu scrub team, Is a sou of
Charley White, tho veteran boxing
NO MORE DISTRESS
It's such a simple matter to get rid '
of stomach distress that Its great
prevalence can only be accounted for
Keep a few MI-O-'XA Stomach
Tablets with you all tlm time anu
tako one with or after meals. They
will surely prevent fermentation,
heaviness, sour ness or any stomach
No matter how long or now severe
ly you have suffered from Indiges
tion, Gastritis, Catarrh of tho Stom
ach or Dyspepsia, MI-O-XA Stomach
Tablots If taken regularly will end
your misery and put your stomach
in first class shape, or money back. !
Largo box for CO cents at Charles
Strang's and druggist everywhere, j
1- 4 IU II till 11 Itlllllltb A) Ulll
.Ml-O-NA. Iluffalo. N. Y.
D. D. '
Will Lecture in the
First Methodist Church
Friday, Nov. 1, 8 p. m.
"The Greatest Things in the World"
Admission 50 Cents
APPLES APPLES APPLES
Do You Want to Sell?
What sorts and quantities, and what prlcoT We are not'tead
erlng for anybody's fruit.
Do you want to consign and chance tho market? Consult ua
and wo will give you quotations. In every case we send tho sellers
sale notei. In New York we use our own sale notes, aud do not have
apples sold by auction.
W. N. WHITE & CO.
76 Park Place Now York
Come Where the LIGHTS Brightly Shine
FREE ILLUSTRATED LECTURE
AND MOVING PICTURES
Natatoriiinx Tonight at 8 p. m.
K" . ".
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$ Subject: "Modern Electric Lamp Manufacture and Lighting Economicsw
t The Public and His Wife are Cordiajly Invited.
CAMFORNIA-OREGON POWER CO.