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title: 'Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, November 05, 1912, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2',
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- PERSONAL I
V4m study eiut win hold
Important lneetliut nt library on
Thr will bo a moetintc of ttio
r'Alr Alwoclatlon directors Wednes
ttayWWooon at the office of V. H.
CanWftt a o'cWk, to hear tho re
port df tho secretary of the last an
nual fair. m
For goodness' nV;e, have Tt. A.
Holmes, tho lr.suranco man wrllo
your Insurance. Iln nnowa how,
Mrs. H. IT. TiUtlo, of Central Point
wa vIsltliiR Jletirora friends Mon
day Forest Henjtnr West returned to
Prospect Tuesday after a short tlslt
In Medrord. '
Mlfijnery sale. My regular price
are aa low as other's sale prices
Ftrlce r any hat In the shop $XSS
"Alotofr ntce drewrhat t.9$ ahd
itm. Home .Millinery tlOi West
9th street. Open evening 131
Mr. and Mrs I- O. Palmer, of
Tale, were In Medford Monday on
Mr. and Mr. Clarence It. Wilson
of Trait left Tuesday for their home
after a visit with Medford friends.
Vapor baths and aclentlflc massage
fl.OO for msa and woaaen. Dr. It.
J. Lockwood. chlroprocter and nervo
apeclaltst. 303 Gatnett-Corey Bids,
phase Home H 5.
Mrs. a E. Pienlnjr. of Gold Hill
wan" tradlnR with Medfonl merchants
Mrs. It. Tt. Templeton returned
Tuesday morning? to her home In
Brownsville, Oregon, after a visit to
hertrother and sister, Robert Mont
gomery and Mrs. W. K, Cower.
8. A. Newell. tadtea tailor, 4th
fleer M. P. & If. bids.
H, W. Edwards retarned to It!e-
bMrjC'on Na'SU Tuesday morning af
ter a visit wltn Medford friends.
Jf; Jerry left Monday afternoon
tor a business trip to Honolulu.
Oak and hardwood $4.58 and f 5.60
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co..
Sixth and Fir.
"Mrs. J. K. Thomas of Aoseburfi,
w'ho - has 'heen visiting In Medford,
returned to her home Tuesday morn
ing; Glasses fitted without aso of
drags. Dr. Klckert, ever Keat-J
th city Meaday visiting friends.
Geo. S, Medley left on Xo.
Tuesday .oralng for a business visit
ta Oakland, Orvgsn.
Coatng. biggest hit of the year
Inside bawball. Watch for big
game between Boston and New York
atMedford Book Store-.
VMrs. 3L E. Brawn and Miss Mlda
Mcintosh returned to Wolf creek
Monday night alter a stay of several
weeks at Eagle Paint.
Oak and feardwaed 4.59 and ?S.66
per eerd. Geld Ray Realty Co
SUth and Fir.
Je Garrltt returned to Part
land Monday- evelng arter enjoying
a few dajs' hunt In Jackson coanty.
5I6e.e or traction thereof to
lean on Improved country real es
tate at current rates. Carkla &
Taylor. Jackson County Bank Bids..
Mrs. W. W. Cottrell, of Evans
rrek. U In Pneenlx vWtlng her
mother. Mrs. E. Calhoun.
Dr. Rkkert, .eyesight seJaUst.
over Kentner'a. Xo drops used. '
11. K. Gale and faanllr left Mon
day evening tor Boaeman. Mont.
wbere they expect to reside.
Try n Vapor oath for that eetd. Dr.
R. J. Leckwoed, sir net-Corey Bid;.,
pkone Heme U5.
Mr. V. Tt. Clnau and two
fcona of Jacksonville, are visiting
Phoenix relatives for a few days.
The Hotel Holland dining room
will be open Tuesday night until 111
p. m. tor tb aceonaaodatian of
patrons who may de&lre to hear the
Utast election, returns wklcn will
Vllre out and potted as they are
received. PSwat er leavo orders for
reervaUa t taUea. 19t
lU D, Foster &t the government
forest servk, retnraed last night af
ter six month crutel&g In the water
shed district of Klamath take. Mr.
FnaUr was In ekargo of Mveateen
mW. two trow Yale, four frow the
I'ldvenrt- ot MUnwta. Tkcy made
a tepo$rapktcal may of the entire
region. ?5,e8e acres, and a recoa
nalatanee -f the tlbr.
Fore A0U W. K. White has
retnraed after waking a rocgb rec
nnalsaaee of the Rogue rirr w
tersked wkh tno aten. Rangers
Wt and Kerby returned to Med
rord t vote and will rewaln here a
MJ!Mtf 1170 ARE MlXtSTEPTXG TO THE WOUXOEI) IX WltUO
IULKAX WAX, AXD TYPICAL SCEXE AT PODGOIUTZA HOSPITAL
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RETURNS SHOW WILSON WINS SJafe i?fc WES WcWS!3nEwBS.
(ConUnucd fro page 1.) , gglMMiiiidMB iSSnSliig.ffiSf
Wilson, 5SQ; Hoosevelt, 46", Tnft.
. The tota vote In Xow Bedford
tour years ago was as follows;
Taft, 5.065; Bryan, 5,799.
ACUSHKKT. Mns., Nov. ..-
nnoffieial count oC the olins hen)
today shwet more than a ."WO jtcr
wiit uain for YH..on.
Taft carried the town, which
niwajN the firnt to ui m rvtuni-s.
with 101 voles.
Acn-hnet avc- Wiln l"i iwr
cent s wr nif NO"u v,ltf f ,u,r
jenrs sv. Tho vote, unofficial, to
day wa: Tart HH, wiisin .i-
In IflOS Acu-hnel ve Taft US:
XKW YORK, Nov. .". Up to nooir
today Clinrics HiHes. chainnan of
the reiuiidican national committee,
had iwt apKare1 at rt'puWirnn luid
qiuirters here. There were hut few
workers there, and thefts would make
no prediction concenunsr a itory
for Pre-Ident Tuft.
NKY YOKK. Nov. Ar-Telesranw.
vonrcd.Htaidcmocr.tic . ttOtonn).
. V .... ,.,-..,.. n
rectmi-hreukine vote : over the .
country. Committeeman Wallace. of '
I'tah telegraphed that President Tnft
vrns icauin Koo-evmr inciv, :mu
that the rciHtblican defection would
be sufficient to srive WiUon the tate
Prom Oregon National Committee
man Kins wired tnni mi eievcnui
hour dcmo'nitie laudlide had tnrt
d nnd that YilMii would win r:JU
Cun:nitteeman Jones of Xew M-jc-
ic aUo wired his belief that "V tNon
would win there and Twu Tasanrt,
from Indiana, -.ent word that the
vote thtre wa the heavie.-t in years..
XKW YOHK, Xov. 5. 'Even if
the ro.sreive national ticket lee-,
the wrty wins beeau-e we are sure
to he .seenod, iwakin-jr U" the domin
ant. ThU was the .statement made
here today by Senator Joseph M.
Dixon f Montana at pnsre.sivr
headtpinrten nt noon. Dixon said be
had no reason u change hi- predie
tion of a Kooveit victory, bnt said
he had received no word as to how
thir votins throughout Ihe eomitry
DUBLIN, Maine. Nor. 5. The
flwt Tetnras-froni any precinct In
TatC, XI: Wltjon. 7'. Klofevelt. 4.
la IMS Hurricane gave Taft "
votes. Brjan 6.
BKOCTON. Mav, Nor 5 Brock
ton republicans leaders admitted
tils afternoon that early fragment-
Th 3Dairy XXst tram Tart.
WW Ct . W mtmf
,Vvy U jtttl Uw UiHn wH
ItMrry tU toMi txttficr. Will r
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i-m.iiV-VtVtaa Cjljatttts U5t.
MEDFORD MXIB TRIBUNE,
a! BEHir -. "BH-fflH
ary returns Indicated that Wilson J
hau carried Brockton, normally a
republican city. Koosnvclt is run
ning seclnd. The progressive can
dliUte Is leading here In the guber
SHim.EY. Alas., Nor. C Com
plete vote for Shirley: Roosevelt,
SI; Taft. 7t; Wilson. S3
Fonr years age: Taft. 150;
BOSTON. Nov. 5. With the larg
est vote of Boston' history In the
ballot boxes, the jolla closed here to
day at fonr o'clock. The democrats
clulmed Wilson's majority over hU
nearest rival would be 3,000. Last
election Boston gave Taft. 4t, 29;
among independent, socialist, prohi
bition and socialist-labor candidates.
AVON. Mass., Nov. .".. The vote
here today was:
Roosevelt. 14 7; Wilson. 142; Taft.
In 190S the vote was: Taft, 169;
Bryan, 11C; lllfgen. 31.
MARION", irn-c, Xov. ."..Vele:
Riscxdt 7!1; Tnft ST; WiUon fi.T.
I10STON, Nov. 5. Ten lla.sachn
etts towns gic: HMeeIt &17;
Taft 7S7: Wilson TX.
Same iii 1903 cave Taft .1,492;
DOUGLAS, Ma-., Xov. .V-1 loo so
velt G7; WiLmiii J IS; Taft 137.
BOSTON". Nov. . First precinct
in Bits ton to report giwe Roosevelt
12: Taft 47; Wil-on 1C5.
TEDDY CARRIES SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA BY 10,000
LOS ANGELES. Cal . Kov. 5.
At noon, when fifty per cent of the
total rote In Los Angeles county had
been polled, voting stacked up. and
this afternoln was reporteJ to' tie
light. The HoosevtiH men were
working hard to -get every supplrter
to the polls.
Local socialists c ported an extra
heavy vote, and claimed that ln nine
precincts down town they had a
clear majority over all the other can
didates, and in nine others they
claimed to have polled one-third of
the total vote. . t
Democratic leaders declared WU-J
sen ould make an even better j
showing la. Lea Angeles than they I
had expected, and that Roosevelt will i
not ro to the Tehachapl with more i
than ia.009 plurality. :
Ufht Vate at PwflMa
POMONA. CaU Nov. 5. Only
about ine-thirl f the registered
vote had been east here up to one
o'clock thi afternoon. Koo.setdt
leaders elaimcl threcfpinrter. of the
vote cat this moniim;. but coiwvild
that WUxKutr are ruunitt: tronj;er
Heavy Vale at Spokane
SPOKANE. Wash.. Nor. 5. The
heaviest rote la the history ot the)
city Is polled wttb Roosevelt la the)
lead. The chief Interest centers ln
the contest against a commission
form of government.
Wm Vtfc Early
SACKAMENTO, Cal., .Vov. 5
The uxmen of Sacramento voted ear.
Ir and rn large nnnder. Followbr
a mccttnf wt the Tue&Jay dub, a
MEDFORD, OREGON. TUESDAY, KOVfiMRtiR 5, 1012.
-oeuil orgnnizatiuu. ititomohtle took
those in attendance io their prennets
io -ote. Nuts.e were pronded by
the VYomenV WiKoh club to attend
children while mothers toted.
Rain ifl Idaho
BOISK, Idaho. Nov. r..-lthough
rain began to fall heavily at noon
over all of Southern Idaho, thero was
no let-up In the heavy toting On
account of thotait anvia lying be
tween the different ronntltttcnrle It
Is difficult to sum no the general re
sults at this time.
Walia Walla Vote Steady
WAU.A WALLA, Wit.. Nov. .'. -Dcspitetthe
hearvitatn Ihe vote up to
vote mw ht'cri eiT'AH three parties
claim the countyhftt it loiks favor
nhle for KoMerrl!. with Wilson r
pood xecnd. In the. Kubcmntonal
contest LiMter. dfuiocnit, senis to
have the edge witS Hay xocond.
Indian Chief Dies at 120
-TKAVKKRE CITi. .Mid. , Kov. f,.
Nov. o. Joe Mmntott. Indian chief
who wis Ikihi on the hanks of the
Chicao river 1'Jt) yeurs tv is dead.
Ho came to nortlirni Michit;nn af
ter the red men hid been vannuished
itii their battle ncaiut the whiter to
pain the mastery or lllinoi. J-Vr til-
teen year he had lived in n hut
at Cedar, hi only Mirvivinjr n ut
tendins him. He belonged to Ihe
His memory wa clear until recent
ly, and he could rerull ninny details
of early Indian tvnrs m which he
Marllo. Sberldaa. the famatM atnUte,
who has represented America at many
of the OlrnipK- erents. Is said to be
critically III In .w Vorlc ot masteidltU
a&d It U feared by bit physicians ho U
ot lltele fo rc-orer.
GASOLINE, OH. '
Will go any plaee to repair your car.
Cars for lllr Repairing
Phoenlr, Ore,,,,-, Phpnft $H-F-t
s: ' ixrx 4TV ?tA v
SNAKES KILLED 24,264
PEOPLE IN INDIA IN 1911
LONDON, NW. )A..dHoonnllilit 'In
n ivpot i jn-t iithlfslH( In Simla, Oie
miinltor of wild intimitis destroyed '"
India in UHt WUh W.8H) nx immu
lintvil with HVJHa in 11)10. This to.
lul included 1,'I'JII tieiM, fi.ll.VJ leo
pards and l,UAI wolves. N'oinly l"'J,
000 mmketAre,r dd'vij-vMl an lignimU
III, 100. ' '
This (ilereaso i.i Inrjrel.V heenitilted
for hv liie ot'i'tnini; til' ifwtud-i by the
Indian uvivcrlinnnU Tlint this aelioil
was ut'eessmv i.pnui'd hv tin faet
that in one area the paddv iieliN
wen m snake infested that their
Altouo(lnr 1,017 persons were
killed hv wild MiiniftU and Jl,'2ltl hv
snakes, iho figures for HU0 Iiciiik
-VWU nnil aa,47;i res.H'etnelv. The
number of entile kilhsl.hv wild mil
nulls wn l,70!l. acainst lKt,07l), nhd
hv himkes lll,i:y, n uKiiinst J 0,000,
With nKinl tu jmnlrf! bile of Int.
man hettiKs it U said tluil in thu Ihnn-
hay presidetie.V, tint United I'liivmees
and Kastem lWnal and Assm the
Use of Sir Lauder Uruiilnn's lancets
is n'jxuied in n ituinher of ens.y to
lmvi resulted in n hiuh proirUou of
eurei ts in ptevjous vemv, how
eer, Ihe siun-tic relative to the
Mieeesstnl use of Ihis nwtniiiieut van
only ho accepted with reservations.
For a cleanly bath
The bathroom should bo
given a daily cleaning and a
weekly scrubbing. Nothing
is better than a solution mndo
by dissolving Gold Dust wash
ing powder in water.
Thoroughly scrub and scald
basin and closet with the hot
suds and pour down the pipes
boiling water to which has
been added CtoM DttSt in pro
portion of two tablespoons of
CrCtt Dut to every gallon of
Clean the nickel and brass
fixtures inbathroomby rubbing
with equal parts of whiting and
washing Tmride Iwfarwrtkm
CW mtA m Sjjl.
Sei. AmtoU r -r
KTM4a Ub CU
!nui ijUia T
Ut (Jkr COLD DUST TWINS da
70,000 apple, 23.000 pear. 2000
cherry, 2000 walnut, 10,000 prune,
extra neary heavy grades, one year
old trees, leading varieties, true to
name, drown without Irrigation.
Will compare with tho best trees to
be found anywhere Prices low.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Sond for
our lUt beforo placing your orders.
Ad rem X. II. Harvey, Milwaukee,
At Fountains & Elsewhere
Tit tflf foal Mr lifttfiM
Tat Fttd'tVink ftr AM agas.
At restauraaU, hotels, and fountains.
DeSdottt, jmigorateg asd swtiwinc,
I Keep k oa your tkleboaid at home
Dcn't travel without k.
I A udc hack prere4 ia a mask.
M4i Any Milk Trtiwi
Lot on Sanaiitt
Near Main St.
This is a Real Snap
We will build you
a House on It oh
MEDFORD REALTY AND
Have a good time and get the
i.A . ! ' "
DINING ROOM OPEN ALL NIGHT
Dancing and Entertaining
i. Mmlc by Format & Vtoolworth . ,
TI10 KftgUmo wiaittua ;
FOR ROOMS PHONE YOUR RESERVATION
boirt feavo plnniliiK your bulb
tlmo. Wo have a very law iHsortiuotit or first cimm -
ciilln In tho lot.
After 25 yearn" experience we bate dttcldcd v,bl In lt 'r.
Cnnipnre thedo with othera before tuiylnt:-
BROADLEY, THE FLORIST
OreenhoiiRo Home 23-L P.M " 2
Tho Standard Oil Company says:
"It is the best automobile
STANDARD OIL COMPANY " c.
tll.rurHir-l)V - SAW rKMMCO
D. CROSSLEY & SONS
Commission MorchanU ., "
801 Franklin St., cw VorVc
APPLES and PEARS
We haro onr own houses In
XKW VOKK, LIVKUItiOIi, LONDON AND (ILASfiOW
Direct constKnmcnts solicited or seo our Hoguo Itlrar representatlre,
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oregon
at St. Mark's Hall
' . (AW&f ION FREE
The Imlle.s of St. Mnrk'x (Juilil will servo Samhvlnlius, 1M
DoiiKlmuts mid Coffee nil uiulit.
The place to hriu the Indies to Kpenil n ploflKnut evening.
Altthic nnil n vnriety (if ontertninnieiit
Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 7 p. m.
L Nearly a quarter of a
It has succeeded boeaiiso of
Soundness of principle ,
Economy of management
Safety of investment
Courteous and liberal treat meut
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00
W. I. Vawter .President Q, R. Lindley, Vice Pros.
C. W. McDonald, Cashier
....,!... 1 !
until prlK ' ' " """
oil wo know "how to Blake,' '
century under the samo