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title: 'Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, November 05, 1912, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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SCENE OF ACCIDENT DURING AEROPLANE ELOPEMENT,
PHOENIX. Ore, Nov. 3, To tho
Editors Tlio season for gardener
nhil producers in general being about
over, t, ns ono of tlicni, wish to voice
my gratitude to tho parties who nrc
responsible for giving us a channel
through which we hav been nble to
dispone of our produce in a profil
nblo mnnncr, I refer to tho public
market. It hnn been n decided suc
cess from our point of view mid judg
ing from tho crowds thnt gnther at
the market on market day we are not
the only ones to profit by it. The
consumer has been nble to purchase
produce cheaper this past summer
nnd fall than for several years past,
and wo have received enough to en
able us to realise a profit which like
wise h a unique experience with us.
before wc had to take what the mer
chants wero pleased to give us and
usually thnt was in trade, but the
more usual experience was to find
the stores supplied with vegetables
and fruits shipped in from other
, There is a wnil and n moan when
ever n merchant hears of local peo
ple sending to mail order houses for
their necessities, but a reversal of
situations does not seem to appeal to
their sense of injustice. They claim
thnt it is a business proposition with
them to buy of foreigners who can
nfford to sell tho results of their la
bor at the very lowest figure, but it
is '.likewise a business proposition
with the farmer when he sends to a
mail order house to supply bis needs.
In discussing these conditions with
people who are interested in them
there is up one thing so generally
condemned as tho merchants associ
ation. It has grown to be very strong
nnd like nil concerns that are able to
dictate in a measure, it has also
grown very dominating. It has boy
cotted certain papers for advertising
pnrjwses, thus showing that it is not
working for the benefit of local in
stitutions. And this was their prin
cipal argument against the market,
i e, that people should patronize them
nnd thus encourage locat business
The very nature of the mercantile
business demands competition in the
interests of both buyer and seller.
But iu place of any such thing as
this we find an association thnt does
away with nil business rivalry be
tween firms. The monthly banquet
that they hold are features that are
dispensed with in towns where com
petition exists, and the salaries that
are paid the officers of this acsso
ciation 'come out of yonr pocket nnd
mine. They would not keep this go
ing if it redounded to anything but
their profit. Any firm that would
brenk loose from this association and
advertise as having done so would
give itself the best possible recom
mendntion in the eyes of nil who
muke Mcdford their .shopping place.
The writer is not n knocker. On
the other hand he is a booster for
the Rogue river valley nnd for Med
ford, but the high pile ot merchan
dise in comparison with nurrounding
towns is n condition -hat should be
remedied. Freight rates arp practic
ally alike to all railrnisl towns. If
there is any difference it should bo
in favor of Mcdford merchants who
buy in larger quantities.
In attempting to remedy conditions
mentioned above, a sturt has been
made on the right road by putting in
the public murket. It is tho logical
solution of our greatest problem, and
wo are very grateful to those whose
foresight and pereverenee mndo the
M. F. A.
NEVADA'S BIG FIGHT
LStiS' if v- - v - v jffjw. ;tv its", .HfltHRBiHHIH
, AQTHUB SMITH AMD RGirjE. n.USS AIMEE. CUE WHO CAME. TO GRIEF IN THEIR. AEBOPLXNE- Pww.fft
v ELOPEMENT. MRS. ShYtTH IS HIDDEN, EXCEPT FOR. ME PEET, BV TWO WOMEN. 'eS&AUte,
Tula phuiurupti wu taken rii;Ui iiiici i to- i- i nii tdc .k-i , i.nc t ujiouiutii uf Arthur Smith, a
youthful uvlaior, of 1 or( Uayur. tint., mid , Aluiec Cour ut IliliMdr, MKIi, Mr. Suiiiti l suoku lylug on tut
ground uncoim-lou. white Mr Smith l hidden. out for her tool, by two wmucn Huth are rapidly recovering.
ALL TO CARRY
nOISE, Idaho, Nov. 5. The mat-
UPON WOODROW: STOLE $84,000
j SAN FltANTlSrO, Nov. 5. Lack
tAT Kafnra thn nlnpfnrfilA nf Til n tho '
with tho exception ot the presidential iuf nwnpy to rcp on ll"h
race, which Is attracting perhaps the lh ?!: choice in tho prc-ndential
widest attention. Is the initiative, and i handicap todny ent the betting
referendum. Almost as much Inter- nrices in San Francisco from 1 to '3
est Is manifested in the public utili
ties commission bill, the proponents
ot which declare that railroads are
assessed a great deal less In Idaho
than In states which have added this
measure to,othetr constitutions. A
corrupt practices act Is also being
As a decision by the supreme
court prevented the names of the
progressive party electors being
printed on the official ballot, voters
friendly to Colonel Roosevelt's can
didacy were compelled to write them
Great discrimination Is being
shown In the selection ot state sen
ators and representatives to fill ex
pired terms, as the next legislature
which meets la January will elect
two United States senators. Sena
tor. Borah aspire to succeed him
self, while a senator will be chosen
at that time to succeed the late
to 1 to 5 on Woodnw WiUon.
Already :?G0,000 has pnssed through
the hands of Tom Corbctt, the princi
pal bookmaker here.
Wil.nn is the favorite on the gen
eral result in San Francisco, while
Hooscvclt is backed to carry the state
of California nt odd 'J to 1. On
Saturday the betting was even money
thnt Itonevelt would carry Califor
nia by '.20,000, but today the betting
switched to even money that he
would not have that majority.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. & Will-
i lace J. Poland. Pacifin Coast agent
lor the Iuteruation.il Harvester com
pany of America, wns taken into cu.s
' today here Monday by the Huriw
agency on a warrant charging cin
bezzleincnt of .lf00 on October 2.
That tho total defalcation of the
accused man will reach $81,000 m
the report made to the Klice by the
complaining witness, Aubrey K, Am
brose, the travollin; auditor of the
harvester tnwt. The complaint was
Mvorn to. before Police Judge Wellcr
and Poland's hail fixed at $.)0,000
bond or .fJo.OOt) wi.-h.
Poland has not been turned over
to the police as yet but will be lodged
at the city prison 'late this afternoon,
it is believed.
CARSON' CITY, Nov., Nov. C
Asldo from the three cornered fight
between Wilson, Roosevelt and Taft
for Nevada's electoral votes, the
chief Intorest here In today's elec
tion centered in the contest of tho
three candidates to succeed the late
United States Senator Nixon. W. A.
Massey, who served out Nixon's un
expired term, Is a candidate for re
election. Ho is opposed by Sardls
Suinmerfleld as the progressive can
dldate, and Key Plttman, democrat.
HEAVY EARLY VOTE IS
CAST IACK IN IOWA
DHS MOINES, Iowa, Nov. C.-Des-pito
extremely cold weather through,
out the stu(o nu unusuully hcuvy
early voto wns reported everywhere,
Hundreds of persons watted outside
the, booths hero, there not being
onough voting machines to uccom
' luodHte the voters.
LEAD IN ARIZONA
PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 5-With
perfect election weather throughout
the state a heavy early vote was
cast in Arizona today with indica
tions of the democratic normal ma
jority. The voters will pass upon several
constitutionals. Woman suffrage U
the nmendment causing most inter
est. As there hns been little real op
position to equal suffrage, it is ex
pected to carry.
ING HARD TO
DEFEAT SEN. WARREN
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Nov. 5. Tho
heaviest voto In the history of
Wyoming Is being polled today. The
democrats and progressives are fus
ing In an effort to defeat United
States Senator Warren. Congress
Mondell will bo re-elected.
The proposition to adopt the ini
tiative and referendum measures has
largly been lost sight of In the heat
of the senatorial contest.
POWERS FAIL TO RESPOND
TO REQUEST FOR MEDIATION
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 5,
None of the powers have yet replied
to the. porte's request lor mediation.
The 'belief held here Is that King
Ferdinand will not be sorry to ac
cept European Intervention, as It Is
considered that after Its tremendous
sacrifices tho Bulgarian army must
be near exhausted,
Abdullah pasha, commander of
tho Turkish c,astorn Army, is still at
Tchorkesskeul and at noon today a
Turhish detachment .destroyed an
important railway brldgo ut Tchorlu.
It now becomes clear a defecttvo
commissariat was largely respon
sible for tho Turkish reverses.
Heavy Vote in Chicago.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6. With Mc.nl
weather prevailing, it was predicted
today that 050,000 Imlluts would be
enst in Chicago. This means that
more than 80 per cent of the total
registration will go to tho polls. The
voting everywhere in Illinois is re
SEATTLE, Wash., NoV. 5. The
state of Washington probably will
give Roosevelt Its seven electoral
votes. The betting favors Roose
velt on this state's ote and practical
ly all polls hue Indicated the same.
Wilson, however, will run exceeding
ly strong and is a dangerous second.
Taft is hopelessly in third place.
There Is a close race between Gov
ernor Hay, republican, "Rob" Hodge,
progressive and Ernest Lister, demo
crat, In the gubernatorial tight.
Dotting seems to favor Hay and
Hodge but there Is not much money
being wagered on this fight.
PORTLAND, Oro., Nov, ft. If the
predictions of tho state central com
mlttvo elm I mum or tho throe big
parties go for anything Oregon will
go through the contortion ot giving
Wilson, Roosevelt and Taft nil
"handsome majorities" today. Hero
are tho ferecasts:
"Hort lluuey, chairman of ilomo
crntlu statu central committee;
"Wilson will win In Oregon. The
total registration Is 100,000, and the
estimated voto will be 145,000, dis
tributed us follews: Wilson, r.r.,ooo;
Roosevelt, 4R.000: Taft, .15,000;
Charles II. Moorcs( chairman ot
tho republican state central commit
tee: In view of tlio overwhelming
drift toward Taft Indicated by tho
polls taken by republican state com
mitteemen all over tho state, and
thnt In order to carry Oregon Wil
son will need iiearly i!0,000 republi
can votes, wo liiivo a tiubstautlnl
basis for our claim ot Oregon for
Oeorge Arthur llrovvn, chairman
progressive state central committee;
"Naturally Oregon should go for
Roosevelt and Johnson. Oregon ban
been the pioneer of tho advanced
political thought ot the nation, and
every state In tho union recognized
HIGH PRAISE GIVEN
Professor O'Gnrn is in receipt of
a letter from John U. MoPherhon,
the state horticultural inspector of
Ihudo, iu which n high tribute is paid
the scientific work being carried no
in this orchard district. Among oth
er tilings Sfr. McPbcrson says: "Your
district and your work has been held
up to us as a model iu controlling
the blight." He begs Prof. O'Gara to
viriit them and instruct them in the
work on controlling blight.
BOSTON AND NEW YORK
WATCHED BY DYNAMITERS
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov, 5. Let
ters which the government charged
showed that Frank C. Webb of Now
York- wrote to J. 13. Mc.Vamara about
sending Ortle McManlgal to New
York and IJoston to blow up work
there wore read at the dynamite con
spiracy trial today. A letter from
Webb was quoted as showing that
Mlcltaol J. Young of Doston was anx
ious to have the jobs done in Doston
In the 'spring of 1000. In reply Mc
Namara wroto he would attend to
the matter. The government con
tended these letters were referred
to Presldont Ryan and Herbert 8,
Hockln was sent to Chicago to pre
pare McManlgal for tho job.
"PINTO" TO TRY HIS HAND
IN THE MIMIC WORLD
OREGON AGRICULTURAL CO
LEGE, CORVALLIS, Ore., Nov. fi.
Ten new members' were added to the
Mask nnd IJaggellrkiniiHc'Club nt
the Oregon Agricultural College iu
the semi-annual try-out in whlcii
Miss Miriam Thayer, director of
physical training for women, Sicnrd
H. Peterson of the public secakim:
department, MrsJPetcron and Mr.
K. T. Reed of the English department
acted as judges.
The new members include tho
.Misses Helen McGuire, Portland, nnd
Mildred Wilson, Salem; nnd .Messrs.
Carl N. Andun-on, Portland; E. D.
Hallock, Heppncr; It: N. Dohell, Cor-
vallU; J. V. Sctidder, Seattle. Wah ;
. h. iMelxger, Lnourcll; I. Rend,
Portland, T. E. Cornwall, Urandon,
nnd C. E. Colvig, Mcdford.
On December 7, the club will be.
gin rchcnrsals for a production of
the comedy, "The Rivals," under the
direction of Miss Thayer, who hns
had years of training in dramatic
Medford Printing compny carry
roll tin nf local blank.
Full olootion returns of tho
Will be road in tho Lobby and Dining Room itt Hotol
THIS EVENING, NOV. 5th
Dining Room Opon Until 12 P, M,
Hold Your Apploa and Got Bottor Prices
Wo can store 17 cat's inoro of fruit. Raton as follewa:
200 boxes or loss 2r por box for ilio season. All in
oxuess of 200 boxes 20a for tlio season.
Season to April 1st.
Medford Ice & Storage Co.
J i'l 'I!
OLD TELEGRAPH INSTRUMENT
IS GIVEN TO WILSON
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 5.
Woodrow Wilson, democratic nominee
for president, will receive the returns
of the election this evening on the
same telegraph instrument which an
nounced tho returns to Q rover Cleve
land when he was elected to the
proMleney in 18U2. This instrument
wntf presented to Wilson Monduy by
Commodore E. C. llcnedict, an inti
mate friend of the former president.
No roung woman, In tho joy of
comlnc motherhood, should neglect
to preparo nor Byttcra for tho physi
cal ordeal ahe ll to untleni-n- Tha
health ot both heriolf and tho oomlnr
cniia depends largely upon the care
bo beatowg upon herself during tho
waiting months. Mother' Friend
prepares the expectant mother'! eya
tern for the comlnr event, and Ite uo
make her comfortable durlnr n th
term. Tho baby, too, la more apt to bo
porrccj ana etrong wboro tho mother
fei thus nronared herself fnr natura
supreme function. So better advlco
could bo given a young expectant
momer man that
sho uso Mother's
Wend; It Is a
raedlclno that has
proven Its valuo
In thousands of
cases. Mothor's Friend Is sold at drug
stored. Wrlto for free book for expect
IRAOTIZLD RIGULATOR CO.. AlkaU. C.
"There's a 'G and here's an 'S'; but
that don't spell anything. Woatler what It's ffuha' to
b what la it Bill?"
"G stands for 'git out of the way,' and 'S'
means 'spare the rod and spoil the chlld't that's what
It's goln' to be."
How to Makm
Better Cough Syrup than
You Can Buy
A Family Supply, Saviaa 93 aad
TRIPLETS NAMED TAFT,
ROOSEVELT AND WILSON
WASHINGTON, Nov. .r, Mr, ami
Mrs. J. H. Kyler, of DuniKon, Tex.,
ent n telegram to President Tnft,
received today at (lie While House,
announcing the birth of three sons
named William Howard Taft Kyler,
Theodore Roosevelt Kylor mid Wood
row Wilson Kyler. The president
telegraphed the parents expressing
the wish that the triplets would live
long and prosper.
A full pint of cough syrup s much
as you could buy for $2.50 can easily
be made at borne. You will nnd nothing
tbat taken hold of an bbttlnato couja
more quickly, usually ending it Inside of
24 hours, llxcclleat, too, for croup,
whooping cough, tore lungs, antlima,
hoarueneai nnd other throat troubles.
Mix ono pint of granulated sugar with
Vj pint of warm water, and stir for 2
minutes. Put 2j ounces of I'lnex (fifty
cents' worth) In a pint bottle, then add
tho Sugar Syrup. It keens perfectly.
Take a teaapoonful every one, two or
This Ih just laxative enough to help
cure a cough. Mho stimulates the appe
tite, which Is uiually upset by a cough.
The taite is plcaiant.
The elfcct of plno'snd sugar syrup on
the Inflamed inernbrones Is well known.
I'lnex is the moat yaluablo concentrated
compound of Nbrwav white pine extract,
rich In gualacol and all the natural
healing nine elements. Other prepara
tions will not work in this formula.
Tho Plnex and Sugar Syrup recipe Is
now uwd by thousands of housewives
throughout tho United States and Can
ada. Tho plan has been imitated, but
tbo eld Micceaiful formula has never
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or
ironnv nrnmnllir vfnnlA1 imt urfMi fhla
recipe. Your drumdst has Tlnex, or will
RPt It for vou. if not, send to Tho
I'lnex Co., Ft, Wayne, lad,
Medford Real Estate
& Employment Agency
GG aero alfalfa ranch, 73 young
fruit trees, largo house and largo
barn, and other otu buildings, gas en
gine pumping plant, on tho Pacific
highway, 3 miles to good little town,
price $2CS per acre.
240 acres stock ranch lt miles
from Medford, 4 room house and
barn, closo to school, price $5,800.
Will trado for good city property or
acreage closor to town.
200 acre dally farm on the Apple
gate, 40 acres In alfalfa, some in
timothy and clover, good house nnd
plonty of out buildings, good water
right, all tho stock and tools go with
tho place at $50 per acre.
Wo want some city property to
trado for acreage
New 5 room bungalow, modern,
brand new, largo lot In a good loca
tion. Prlco $1400.
We have all kinds of bargains In
city property, come and lot us toll
you about thorn before you buy.
Girls and women for gounrul house
work In and out of town,
Man to do chores on ranch.
MRS. EMMA BITTNEB
Phono Home 14
Opposite Nash Hotel
ftOOMH fl anil 7. PALM MtOCn,
$13.20 'HD $13.20
Medford to Portland
Pacific International Dairy Show
Pacific Land Products Show
November 18 to 23
I'rom points south of Itnttcliurir. Nov. )M, 19 nnd 20. and from points
niirlli of HoNOliuri,', IneliKlliu: points on tlio U, & IS, I. II. & N., fl, 1 U.
& W. ami luani'ii lino points, Nov. IH, tv, so unit SI, with final ruturn
limit of Nov. 28, , i . m
I'or further details as to fares from any spuclfla stutlon, train sclii'd
uIom, ttto,, cult on nearest skviiI or wrltti to
John M. Heott, ftoiioral Piissciiger Agent, Portland, Oro.
Have your handle made detachable and
put on a new base. We make, your
handle a Hull handle.
Umbrellas $1.75 up
MARTIN J. REDDY
The Jeweler Near Post Office