MDFOTin WATTj TttrttOTK OTTVFOTtT), QITEflOy, WEDNKSTTA Y. NOVEMBER 0, M2.
OF FOR LEADER
BF THE SBPER-DREIOHOUGHT NEK YORK, URGES r SEA FISHIER IN TIE MI
I'lllNPHTON, N. J., Nliv (J
Choice ur IiIh official fiiinlly tho
cnhlntil fiioml Proiilden'i-Jjieol Wood
row Wllnon loduy. It Is Known (lint
Wilson hint inndit no proiuiHu or
jilnilKtt lint hmdliiK duinoornU mild
nnvtirid appointments wont ronMdored
mi virtually nettled. TIixho tirn:
William J. Hryun, iin secretary of
Dr. Ilnrvny V. Wllny, former
chief uhfiiuUt, uh iiccrotnry of it k r I
I.ouls 1). Hrnmli'lH, tho llimton at
torimy, im attorney Kuimial.
William (I, McAdno, vim chairman
of tlm democratic national commit
tee In ulna ftlutod for u cabinet port
folio, either an pout mauler itounrnl
or Mflcrelary of wur. JuMoph Dun
loin, national committeeman from
Carolina, and chairman of tlm demo
rriitli) publicity bureau, l hIho re
garded rh a likely cholco for post
McCoomU Out of It
Chairman William l MeCoomlm of
ttio national committee, It U report
ed, will not lit) CUIUnl to tin WlUan
cabinet, but will Im taken cart) of In
mo in m other rapacity If In Uiwlrc.
lie In In poor health and U expected
to nvolil any heavy or uoiiNiiIiik
For secretary of llm treasury, Hop'
resentntlvo A. Mltrhull palmer, Wll
wori leader In Pennnylvanla or llopre-m-ntntlvo
William C. Hcdflold of
Now York nro Konernlly regardm! aH
leading In NVHxoii'm consideration.
Iledflold, who rotlres from tlm
house March 4, In also talked of for
nocrolary of commerce and labor.
Labor CommlHloiur Charles I.
Nelll In also n possibility of that
Iteprcucutntlvu Ilurlcnon of Texas,
campaign general of Wilson, lit (ton
orally considered nured of u robl
nut Job, with chan con favarliiK bin
InkliiK tbo navy or Interior depart
Tom Pence, newspaper correspond
unl and Wilson publicity man, I
talked of for secretary to tlm presi
dent. Mayor Newton Maker of
Cleveland Ik another thoitKht to bo
considered for a Job an "llttlo presl-
Senator Talked of
Several senators, Including O'dor
man of New York, Luke l.oa of Ten
nesson, Ooro of Oklahoma, Itayucr of
Maryland, Onrdner of Malno and Cul
berson of Texan, havo been men
tioned an cabinet possibilities, but It
U generally believed that Wilson
will not recruit any cabinet mem
bers from the tomato because of the
small democratic majority there.
Oilier democratic chieftain nald
to bo cabinet timber are Htato Chair
mnii Homer 8. CummltiKa of Con
nectlcut, ox-Mayor Join V. (Inthrle
of PltinburK, Colonel Hobert UwIuk.
I.onlnlanan, national committee;
Heprenentotjvo llonry of Texan, na
tional Committeeman Wade and
Jerry II. Sullivan of Iowa; Gover
nor llurko of North Dakota and Na
tional Committeeman Fred 11. Lynch
rHByHHHHF n n lBMiafJN'CTucs towing the new yotavc"p MPlflF
BB3BBK -L: : lijBfKP' fex c BACK AFTER j-aunchnct. ipv pp
iwiitfCrt.-. v w-vjEr
m in i i ii i nm 'x -v JTmrk-T-x l
MHliW. .- " " if-?" T" irfTl" ' "V pT'Cir7
Cheers of MflftO npectntorn, muilf of many bnndn, a rconndlnjf rhoron of
irhlntlcM from war uln. Iukh and river craft, and the fluttering of acre of
bunting, jnude the launeliltiK of the nupeMlreudiionxht New York, at the New
York Navy Yard one of the moxt brilliant and Impulsive Hiieclnelen that ver
nt tended the first plunge of n modern ea fighter. .
Wortliy f f tin IiiijohIiiS title of Queen of the Navy, tlife vnit hulk of the bue
'-T.OOO too battle nhlp lliied gracefully and eaully down the wnyn ond xwept
ucroxn (he wulen of WallaUiut Kanln. A dor.cn big tug dragged at great hawKera
to hold her back, and the Xew York came to rent, a floating fortrexo.
THE UCVJ-YORK JUST AS SHE. TOOK THE IVATER
The New York 1 one of the two battle nhlps authorized in the act of Con-
! greMB ht June 2, 1010, to It conn! ructed, one in the New York' Navy Yard and
one, the Texan, at the unvy yard of the Newport New Shipbuilding nud Dry
, The New York' keel wan laid In September of last year. She is the ninth
dreaduaught to Im luld dovru In the United Slate, there lelng now twelve In all.
built ur bulldlug. nud n thlrteeuth the keel of wbleb ban not been laid.
When fully armed and equipped the New York will extend Mi") feet on the
water Hue and will carry a llnd battery of ten M-lnch rldex of 45 calibre iml
four Miibmerged two-Inch torpiilo tubei. Her secondary battery will coukI! of
iwenty-one llvvliieh rapid fire gun, four lliree-K)underaluting guiw, tw turee
Hail Held pleve und two machine guns of .'10 calibre.
The machinery will conitNt of triple exontifcluu eugliiei or 'JS.KXI de-lsuate-bore
Mwer. with fourteen Ixillern, The vltuU of the xblp are proicitil b
SI i.' Ii:ii been ijeftlgnatrd n- a llnlilp. nud tvheu io iihiiiiiI-Uui will have o
- j'H-iLeiU of blxty-lH e udicera unU more thau one thuu-jud mu-ii.
FOR BULL MOOSE
DrrrilOlT, Mich., Nov. C Uto
ruturnn, ntlll vory Incomploto, cut
down tho load of Woodbrldgo N.
1'errlH, democrat, for Kovornor, and
left hint with h bnro IiOOO plurality
In ono-thlrd of the ntnto proclnctn.
Mnnnelmnn, ropubllcun, wan com In it
up font. IlooMovolt continued to hold
upwurdn, of u,000 plurality In tho
Htuto ovor Wllnon, Tuft l a poor
third. Woman nuffraKO carried.
To he Kdilnr: In going over tho
eorre)oiuleiie und record or the
nntlonul uiiiile chow, we do not fiiul
fuel, tiny jmrl of the Kuguo river
SAN KltA.NTISrO. Nov. (J. With
lll.V-'Il'i voles cast in Sun I'rnneiseo
comptete return) show (lint Wilfon
luorlrniinu 10,000 votex. The vote
on presuleut wns: Wimnu -10,021;
vnlley. Do mil iiuderHtuud how .vm Itoosevelt .I.S.Ii'.M; Ilelis 12,-115; Clm-
eoulil oohniIiIv overlook u bet of thi.xi'1" "141
3ENTRAL POINT ITEMS
' M, llorlln In having u catnont aldo
wulk put In on tho nldo or hU lota
comer Fourth nnd Manxauoln atrcotn
Judgo und Mm. W. J. Garvin loft
for ItoHOuunc Vednonday morning
nnd will reside thoro thla winter.
J. O. 1'ondloton of Tnhlo Hock ,wns
a TuoHday vlnltor hero.
Mm, WJilto of Iloguo Itlvor vln
Itod K. h, Furra nud family tho mid
dlo of tho .week.
City eoundl mot In regular hoh
(don Monday ovoulng with Acting
Mayor Myoro, Itdcord J. W. Jacobs
und nil councllinon except A. W.
Moon woro proaont. All blllu woro
allowed nnd tho qiiostlon of roiltto
Iiik (ho llconmi on billiard nud pool
tuition dlHciiBsod, Council then ad
journed to moot next Monday ovoulng
November 11, 1012.
Mm, W. J. Freoman, Mm. Nor
wood, MIhh Norwood, MIhh lioko, dim
Moro'rlH, C. Diuiton, Kd Kahlor, W.
M, llrayton, F. II. Hull, Low Froo
uiiin. It. h. Wllnon und M. Hoot woro
among the- puoplo from thin vicin
ity In Modfocd Tuesday afternoon.
kind in view of nil the eiroumitnnees,
It fleeing to mo tltut the Itogiiu river
vnlley is iieniiittiiig the l'ortluinl hor
tieultiiiiil hliuw to entirely lilii'ul them
to their own IntercM, owing to the
fuet that Itohert Struhnrn, who is
ideultfieil with the llurrimnn iuler
e.tH, is president of (lie npple show
thU .vcur, mill (he further 1'ueL Hint
he Iuim Hliltt'il that the rnilnmils iic
ognire (he nceoxaity of uetioit in or
der Io relievo tho present congestion,
nud Hint il was tho desire of the ruil
rondi to offer every iion-ohlo uhsIh
tnnee, even to the extent of rule re
duction if it were" found they were
charging too much, Of nil the npple
hIiowh or cMMiKitiotitt that have ever
been held, tho one thin year in to he
of greater importance Ihnu nil com
bined, owing to the xuhjecta to lie
treated ami tm final results which
ure promised uh n result of llic-c
Would it not ho possible.- for yon
Io work nrouuil umonu the hoyn nnd
nt least have homo box onirics mnile
fnn tlmi (liHtrict. They could he
shipped up lieio hy cxpicss nntl I
will porMounlly mi Io it thnt (hey nro
enlered right und given tlic right Io
eutioii. Yonw Iruly,
NKKLY &, YOIJNO,
Hy lurry ,f, Noely.
Spoknne, Nov. I, ll)lL.
WILSON AND MARSHALL
PHliNCBTON, N. J., Nov. C Tho
following oxcliange of telegrams ho
tweon rroitltlcnt-olect Woodrow Wil
son nud Vlco-l'roBldont-Hluct TIiob.
It. Murnhnll wiih mndo publlo horo
last night: "I aaluto you, my chlyftaln
In nil lovo und loyalty. Thou. It,
WIIhoii replied: "Warmost thnnkn
for youv gonorouH tologrnm. .Your
part In tho campnlgn wnu tho nourco
of groat Htrongth und Btlmulntlon.
Now for tho deep plonsuro of cIoro
nasoclutlou In tlm h'l'at work of na
tional sorvlco. Woodrow Wllaon."
For congress Julius ICiilin, repub.
liciui ineumheut, in the fourth tlis
triel tlefenteil Hurl Schlesinger, clcm
oernl. 2.Vr-' t H,80.i. Nonnnn
I'endlclon, socinlist, received 5,101
votes. In the fifth district, John I.
Nnlun,,seeretnry of the Sun Fran
cisco lnhor council nud member of
(ho executive hoard of (ho Inteniu
lionnl .Moulilcrs' union, running us u
lintgrossive rcpuhlicnn, lefeuted S.
V. Coslello, demoenit, 27,008 to 18,
.10(1; Krnest U. Iteguin, soeinlist,
The four incumbent superior
judges Grnhiim, Oof fey, Mognu
nnd l.awlur nro re-elected.
MILWAUKKH, Wis., Nov. C
Tho Milwaukee Journal (ropubllcan)
announced at noon that .McGovern
had won for Ooverno over Karol
by 10,000 plurality.
DICNVKK, Colo., Nov. 6. The fato
of ull the refortni constitutional
an'.undmonts and lnluatlro ineaTurea
BijbHjUgd,tp(the voter t yesterday's
eieciion in very nnicn m oouoi. inu
officials of the Direct Legislation
Leagiio. which nltlntd them, admit
ted today they belled moat of tho
measures had been defeated, Includ
ing tho "headless ballot," recall and
recall of Judicial decisions, Oregon
pamphlet law for publication of ini
tiated and referred legislation; wo
men's eight-hour lav, public utili
ties court und the proposal to open
tho schools for u fretr uso by tho
Juvenile Judge Ilea LI ml soy who
was specially Interested in tho
mothers' compensation measure, said
today he feared the proposition had
been defeated along with the other
Tho Judge said that tho corpora
tlona of tho state h&l made u con
certed attack on all these rotor in
measures, and that mothers compen
sation had gone downvwlth tho rest.
Conch Stagg of th University of
Chicago squad whitewashes a pig
Hkln, which Is called the "ghost
ball," for his team to uso during late
PORTLAND, .Nov. C necelpta
for the week have been as follews:
Cattle, 1C82; Calves, 14; hogs,
Tho heavy receipts of cattle havo
had a tendency to make tho market
slow and draggy. Only choice steers
can bring as good an offer as C.C5.
and the market can be called from
10 to 15 cents off. Not much feed
er stuff In evidence, but what there
Is for the market finds ready sale.
Prime heirers are bringing $5.85 to
$G and extra good cows $5.50 to
$5.75. Calves weighing 150 to 200
pounds havo brought $8.50 to $8.75
and 200 and 300 pounds, $7.50 to
Receipts or sheep havo not been
extra heavy but still enough to sup
ply demand. Prices continue about
steady. Lambs have formed the
bulk of tho receipts and sold at
Hogs havo made tho biggest drop
of tho season. Monday's awlno sup
ply sold at $S.50, while tho extreme
top Friday was $8.00, mostly con
tracted stuff, which If sold on the
open market could not have brought
more than $7.75. Of courso tho
present liquidation Is rosponBlblo for
tho sensational decline.
Made With C.ottolene
Saratoga Chips mad with Coitolenc are never greasy, as are
those made with lard. The reason for this is that Cottolcne
neats to about 100 degrees higher than either butter or lard,
without burning, quickly forming a crisp coating which excludes
the fat Your Chips, therefore, are crisp, dry and appetizing.
Cnttnltilfi C nKnnf tUn rri I r THIS RECIPE.
of lard, and will go one-third
farther than either butter or lard.
Made only by
TliE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY
Peel the poutoej and slice thin Into
cold water. Drain well, and dry In a
towel. Fry a few at a time io hot CW
tiltHt. Salt as you take them out and
ly them on a coane brown paper for
a short time.
ROGUE RIVER RANCH
IS SOLD TUESDAY
A ranch tluoo iuIIoh north of
Hoguo Itlvor, consisting of forty
acroH, wnu sold lutU week to Frank
Newton of Portland, Mr, Newton Is
Inylug tho foundation for it modern
bungalow. IiuftrovoiuontH will soon
bogin on tuo property nnd It will bo
inudo in roadluoss for tho winter.
Tho snlo waB inudo by C. A, Me
Arthur of this city.
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Who Cut Meat Prices?
' Who was It that gave the people of Medford cheap meat
through tho public market? (
Who fought the meat trust and forced prices down through
out tho city? , -
If I am forced out of business, prices will go up. People stay
by your friends keep meat cheap.
deep pome , ..-;'
All kinds of steak ........ ....15c '!.. ''
Prime roast . . ...15c . t
Pot roast 1234c , Roast - '.--..-.-.iiac
For boiling 10c Side .. i...... ................. ....12 Hie
Stew ......... 10c , Hog Heads ..,.......'... .Be
MUTTON -''!" r; "' -,.--.-
Front quarter ..., .... 10c ' '' -
Hind Quarter . 12!c ' ')'.'
Stew ....... .........:i for 23c ' V
. .,.-.. -.- -Chops .i.v-J-.stv: . isej. j&2m
I buy Jackson county beef, mutton, pork and real. ' '
Home Phone 272-Z ' '.
Booths 11 and 12, Public Market
Hold Your Apples and Get Better Price
We can store 17 cars more of fruit. Rates as follews:
200 boxes or less 25c per box for the Reason. All in
excess of 200 boxes 20c for the season.
Season to April 1st.
Medford Ice & Storage Co.
D. CROSSLEY & SONS
1KM Franklin St., New York
APPLES and PEAKS
We have our own houses In .-
NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, LOXDOX AND GLASGOW '
Direct consignments solicited or see our Rogue River representative. .
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oregon
Nearly a quarter of a century under the same
Jackson County Bank
It has succeeded because of
Soundness of principle
Economy of management
Safety of investment ,
Courteous and liberal treatment
t 'H. y k
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00 .
W. I. Vawter ,Piesidont ,G. R. Lindley, Vice Pr; i
n xvr -rT 1.1 n u- ' . h
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