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medford matl tribune, medfoud, orkcion, tpespay. November o, 10J2.
Tint Produce! Fruit i.(inii'tny Iiiih
Jilnl linen iidvlHod (if ttio imlo of a
cur of Coinlci) n'iirn from tint lllll
onihurd nl Loudon whluli netted
II. Hit a half box nl Now York. Tim
imlo In t'oimltloieil exceptionally
FREDDIE CORBETT, THE CHICAGO CRACKERJACK LIGHTWEIGHT
WHO BOXES BUD ANDER80N IN MEDFORD. NOVEMBER 12.
Cuiild's Sworn Foo Now
(JAMHRIIHIU, MUHH., Nov. &.--
l.linla (lortniilo .loKiilyu, twenty
olKlit, twho ii lulilo, In Htlll iiuuiur
rind, itiiil mImi n Id hIio would Hover
AK'lf II WI'll.
Three yeiim iiko Minn .lonolyu innr
rlotl! Him foiiinl out llio innn wnn
already married, ami ho wiw uuut lo
tixi llonnu of Collection for two mid
o.iu n.ilf yoam.
On April 20, 10 1 2, MIhh Jiwolyn
tried iiiurrlwsii m;aln, thin lliuo with
(IttorKo II, lliivorHtoiil. Iliivomtoiili
ilindod guilty to linvhiK u wlfo llv
Iiik when liu married Minn JiiHolyu.
Tarantulas Cnuso Panic
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. ,V--Tiiriin
tuliin, hululrotU of tlioin, drovo for
ty workmen from a nti'nuulilp they
worn illNiiiniitllni; mid lin-aldiu: up,
and cainioM'n rnll for tlm fuiiilt;iitlnK
Nhlp llrntlon, tlio Kovuriimout vornml
which Ihim tii'iin mint here lo rid In
coiiiIiik ktimiiiMhlpi of bulioiilc rutii.
Tim llrntton pnurod the Knur
Into tlio hold of tlio larantiilii-lnilon
Mtriiniiihlp for throe ilayii, when
workmen lu diving hiiIIh boarded tlio
Mtoniiiiililp to fiico thu army of duud
or allvo laraiiluliiH,
Owner's re-election Certain
MII.WArKI.r-.. WV., Nov. f
With Hiii' weulher here loiliiy, u ti
'(Mil Vlltl In eICI't'll. TIlO I'ftVct
of Senator La Folli'tlrV rfoiiiiiiriiition
III' HllOM'Vt'lt IIMll his inihl Clltlolhl)-
iiti'iil of Wilson i" pnibli'itiatii'iil.
Tlio rcrlcollnii of Victor I.. Mer
cer, Mifiitlint tMiiiKri'fMiiim i u
REAR ADMIRAL WARD
IS MR. KNbX'S Alii
- -- 1
nt0rVu W M
1 f&smw 1
invents Chameleon Dyes
I'AltIB, Nov. 0. All (joiiccrm.il in
the iiiichIIoii of woim-iiV ilroHH arc
Kniutly luturrytril l.v tiio rcKrt t licit
Iiiih jiiht riMiic fruin Italy tliut
well' known clit'inlHt, l)i. (,'iiimicinii,
hail itiHvuvi'ruiI nil extrooiiliiiitry hct
Icm of (lyM for fntiriuH which cIiiihku
color ovci'v hour.
A COHtlllllO ticiilcil with nun of
IIicni! ib'CK Ih, fof',1li''liiiicc, urny in
tlio morning IIk1i1I",u l'rotnrn n rich
ml nl noon. At iluk tlm drew linns
ilai k uiccii, iiinl liyp'Hificiiil lihl it
nppciii a ili'lifiito.lii'imc.
HpocimciiH of tilt' hew cluurirluuii
fnhrk'H arc miKcrly nmiilnl hern.
Makes Artificial Meat
I'AUIH, Noy. 3. A ft remedy for
tlio world'Wldo lucrcait In tlio coot
of llvlliK, n HoIkIbii cbfiiilBt, M, Hf
froiit, DUKKCHti tho toiniiiiiiillon of
M. Affront iimortj.tlut ho Iiiih yn
tliutlcally produced viand, cloncly rc
HOinblliiK butcbor'ajneat In tantc, but
of Krcutcr nutritive value. M. Kf-
front'n method In to take audi Indnn
trial rcxlduo aa malt cralna and to
extract llinrcfrom tho nlbtimou, Th
mnll Krnlnn, nftor IioIiib wanhcih
presxed nod treated with niilpliurlc
ncld and then limn, give a paHty autf
ntnncc, taatliiK Hkn meat, but with
tlirno tluicH nn much nourlnhmoiit.
Hovcrnl doctora at HriiHxcln have
experimented on man with thin nr
tlflclal moat with natlnfactory re
BiiltH. M, Kffront haK alxo prepared
another food from tho hay of Lai
ccrno and clover and other fodder,
the nutritive quality of which ban
panned tho tcntx.
Cement Ties Up Railroad
8ANDU8KY, Ohio, Nov. T,
Twelve cam loaded with coal and
cement, were piled up on tho Lake
Bhoro electric croKiiInt?, near Milan,
when the rails npread under a
WhcolliiR Ft Lake Krlo frclsht- train.
Rain wan coming down In torrents.
It mixed tho cemont, which wan
ntrown over much of tho coal, and
tho mortar hardened Into a nolld
j. , . ' ' .
New Jersey Bear Scare
HHANCI1VII.LB, N. .!., Nov. n.
Tho firit wild Iilnck bear ween hero
in many ycnrH in now making itself
comfortable nment: the Wullpack
towimhlp fnniiw. Tlio women nre ex
ceedingly timid hIiicc tho iiowh not
around ami the men don't Iiko the
idea of koJiir on lonely trijw nl niht.
"Be a Good Loser; I Win"
KANSAS CITY, Mo ,ov. &.
When Itlchard Norman of !)ci
Molnea, Iowa, formerly ft rcnldcnl of
ICatuaK City, read In n Kannan City
paper that John McCnnlen, bin for
mer partner, had taken out a license
to marry Miss Hthel Anderson, who
had been the ntcnographor for tho
firm of .Norman &. McCanlcn, ho
took a train for Kan nan City.
Norman and McCanlcn had both
fallen In love with Miss Anderson.
Bho scorned to favor McCanlcn and
Norman went away.
When Norman read of tbo mar
rlaRe license the old saying about
tho faint heart and the fair lady oc
curred to him. Arriving In Kansas
City hn went Immediately te tho
homo of MUs Anderson. Meaatlme,
McCanloA, who lives In Karma Otty,
Mo was preparing for bin marring!).
Ho and hla mother were getting his
thing ready to bo packed when H
mnnnonRor eamo with a telegram:
"Ho n good loner, Mac. All's fair
In lovo and war. I havo married
Tlio tolcgram camo from Leaven-
worth, whoro It had been nont from
the train In which Norman and tho
former Mlns Anderson wore travel
ing to their future homo In Do4
Pastor Sues a Brewer
FirrsnurtG, Pa., Nir. c".-
Charging that John Conrad, a weal
thy browcr, made lovo to his wlfo.itho
Rev. II. V. Edwards, who IsP'.la
charge of a largo orphanogo here,
entered suit against tho brewor for
$15,000 damages for alienation of
his wife's affections.
A capias was issued for Conrad's
arrest and bo was required to put up
a bond of $500
RtJkK. AOMiRAu AAlON WARP
Itrar Admiral Aaron Ward, on duly
with hit (iiuieral Hoard In Washington,
slid recently In cumnuttid of the llrnl
dlvUloii or ! Atlanile fleet, has been
ni-leclnt as jiMval aid to Mr. Knox, Ibr
Hrcretsry of Ktnte, on liU uilnnlon to
Japan lo act nn nxx'lnl mid powonal rep
n tentative of I'reildeiit Tnfl nt the fu
ncnil of the late .tnpniioe ICmperor, on
Hear Admiral Hldiiey A. Hlminlon, re.
tlrrd, who win. llmt elrled, found It
nM'enmrjr to decline bis-amie' of sn In
jury lo hi knee
Ears First to Fail at 101
KHANKl'TltT. hid., Nov. .'.- n.i
vid Mnher, iitrcd 'one liuiulicil and
one yctiin mid xcvcti motitliM, in (ho
iiiok rciiinrkiibtc nuiu in llio count rv
mid probably there (h no oilier mini
in the fttulc of 'Ium age that in- o
aclivc mid icipiircH mi little alteiiunn
Kiilier hhavt'H hitiiMilf I wo or t'lrv
limch a week, uxiuu tin old-fatiiioiied
rmror, anil liih linuil i- iik xleady iih
that of a man of fifty. He iiIho
FiVher ii nlde to walk anywhere
about the limine ami can climb tho
Maim. Ho luth a t;ooil npiK'tile, cn-
joK tho bent of ticiillli mid the only
faculty (hut in impaired ix bis lieur-
Bin Spender "Comes Back"
TULSA, Ok., Nov. .'.. AVIIIIam 11.
Itocner. tbo "coal oil Johnny" of Ok
lahoma, who mndi) n million in oil In
Oklnbonm, and npent It in lens than
nur years, in sain to navo "coma
Associated with producers lu Inde
pendence, Kan., ho In said to have
inado a big striko lu tbo Cleveland
fluid. HI flrnt well In said tl bo n
Roescr and hla annoclatcn arc said
to have a largo area of promising
Roener's spectacular earcur, until
hn went broke two years ago, at
tracted attention In many states.
Ape is 220,000 Years Old
I'AIMS. Nov. S..M. Dliarvent, a
rVuueh mmciiUm icniiliiiL' nt llethiiue,
Iiiih preeutei to the Ouigre n
Prehlhtorie AnlliroMiloy mill Arch
neology bix pieces of hctilptiircil Hle.
dating from the Chellmi peiiod.
It ik MiggPrU'il that thoy were
Kculpliiied no fewer than 100,00(1 or
'JL'0,000 ciii-h ago by our prolitMouc
ani'VHlortt who dwelt in ciivcniH. s
Olio of tlioe crude work of ml
lepiefCiilo a himimi liend, posMbly n
gorilla, mill other rcproM.'iit hunds of
Fraud Is Charged
INDIANAPOLIS, Hid.. Nov. C
Klcctlou frauds are charged here and
at Torre. Haute today after heavy
early voting. I'rogrcuHlvo detectives
aru working dlllguiitly luvostlKatlng
Political Bhnrps rcfuno to make
prodtctloiis tin to the rosult In In
diana. Governor Thomas It. Mar
shall, democratic nominee for vlco
prenident, voted early and then wont
to thu state house to res nine his
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
I'Olt SALK Kiiulty In a good homo
with largo lot K2xl50, bonne has
hIx rooniH, luintry, bath, etc., largo
front and sldo porches, outhouse,
store house, ntablo, wood hositso
and chicken bonne. Come sco It
and navo agent's commlhslon. Hal
mica on easy terms. Street will
bo payed next Spring. If you
want a bargain' romo to 401 King
AUTOMOHlLUSI havo room for a
'few more curs In my shop, no
cost for storage on cars I ropalr.
Have your car put In Bhapo now
whllo you won't bo lining It, to It
will be ready when spring comes.
Can glvo references as to ability
mid biiHliioM Integrity. Ceo. 1. Dy
er. im-1118 North Central Ave.,
Phono 1K2-X. 195
FOR KKNT Three light housc
keoplng rooms, 'i'iti 9. Urapo st.
I'Olt KXCIIANOK J 100 worth of
iiiachlneH and county rights, also
homo lots to trado for horses,
Ktoek or liiipjomeiits. K.
. Vb1lenldo, Central Point. Ore.
I-'OR SALt: Wooil miwlng outfit al
most new, cont l.'U'J.OO, will take
t 75.00. tleo. l Dyer, tho au
tomobile man, I IN, HIS North
Central Ave. 19C
WANTKl) To buy a bleyelo. Call
191 1 194
If Business Is Dull
And Make It Better
Advertising is the foundation stone of tlio modern successful store. It has created the Waunairiakers,
the Marshall Fields and all tho other retail merchant princes of our era.
You will notice that the big city merchant keeps at it every day in the year that is the reason of
lie has something to sell some store news worth imparting to the public, some bargain to offer
or somcfoiie thing to interest and attract purchasers.
lie wakes his name
i a tonic of household conversation. His store news is read as eagerly as any
is thronged with buyers all seasons. - ' i.-"- ,v ",
His store is thronged with buyi
lie docs it by advertising not once a week or twice a week but every day.
The Mail Tribune reaches practically every home in Mcdford and surrounding territory. If you
are in business and want customers, use its columns and increase your business: If you aroia.con-t
sumer, read its advertising columns and find out where to trado. . , . " ;
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN
The Mail Tribune
ALL THE TIME
MADE IN MEDFORD
Your success and the prosperity of this city and valley depends on your
patronizing home industries and using home-made products. Ask for;
'Made in Medford" Goods and insist on your contractor and builder buying
of the home factories and institutions. Try this and in a few months we will
have a "Greater Medford."
A Rogue River Valley Payroll
CEMENT DRAIN TILE CONCRETE CULVERTS
CONCRETE PIPE FOR IRRIGATION
Doalor in Washed Sand, Gravel and Crusho'd Rock
Offlco Fruitgrowers Hank llulldlug Factory North Riverside Avonuo
Phono Main (151! Phono Main C091
MEDFORD CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
0. J. 8EMON, Manager,
For the best of
, EVERYTHING MADE OF WOOD
jjjjL See us. Wo make a specialty of
OFFICE FURNITURE and FIXTURES, MANTLES,
' SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS, Eto.
Factory Corner South Fir and 11th Sts. Both Phones,
, . ' M?PFQRD SAS AND DQ9R 90.
While Enamel Furhitura
Built in Buffets, Seats
.'And Bookcases, Eto.
Cabinet Work Doug
in Oak, Walnut, Fir,' or
Any Other Wood Desjrod
13. Q. Trowbridge, Tr Prop.
113 S. Holly, Medford
Lending Newspaper in
So. Oregon Electric
6 Heating Co.
Electric Wiring ,
Heating and Ventilating
29 N. Grapo St,
Tel. Pac. 3G01; Home 124.
Wo uiuke fixtures
Medford Iron Works
E. G. Trowbridge, Prop.
Geuoral Foundry aud
Pacific -101; Home 298L.
Res. Pac. 5031 j llomo 227L.
E. A. Hlcka P, M. Korshaw
General Manager Gob, Sales Mgr.
OREGON GRANITE CO.
Quarry Ownors and
Orogon Granite stands tbo test ot
The Beer Without a Peer
The choicest liops and tho finest barley malt, browed
scientifically in just tho right way, are responsible for'
its absoluto purity and e.xcollonco ?l.
Order a case from your dealer or phono
Pacific 51 or Home 294
H. WEINHARD'S BEER AND ICE DEPOT Mtdford
i i Kiim
Jas. G. Smith, Prop.
1106 East Main St.
Write us your wants '
If it's inado of
I can make it
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Home M, F$ H, &
Phone SOL ( . "J
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