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CllORCI PUTNAM, Kdllor and Manager
ntr4 orM.c)aim mntlur at
Mnlfwtt. Orerefi, Jer the aM of
Mar 3, I ST J.
Offtlkl Fiwr et the City of MmSfoTd.
Offfetal Paper of Jackson County.
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l'er rnonth, delivered by carrier In
MUord. Jacksonville and Cen
tral I'elnt. .....,. ... B0
Saturday only, by matt. pr year.. S.r
Weekly, per year.. 1.80
MVOKX CIHCM.VTIOX.
Dally veran or 1rven months ending-
November 30, mi. zffil.
Poll
l.rar.1 Wtrt trailed Preaa
Dlipnlrhe.
The Mull Trlbuno Is en ante at the
Ferrv New Statu), Pan Franrlaeo.
Portland Hotel New Stand. Portland.
Ttowmhn "cwa Co., Portland. Ore.
W. O. Whitney. Seattle. Wash,
MRDpnnn. ohrcax.
Metropolis of SoutTtcrn oreiron and
Northern California, and the faatet
Kmwlnr elty In Oreuon.
Papulation 17. R. r-neus 1910 SS40;
esttmatfd. isn lo,eoo.
Five hundred thannand dollar Gravltv
water System completed. Klvlnc flnut
Btippty pnre mountain -water, and 17.3
mllon of nlreta iavnd.
Pontofflco receipts for year endln
November SO. 1911, show Increase of 19
per cent.
Itanntr fruit city In Oreiron rtoarue
Itlver Spltscnbcrjr applet won sweep
stakes prlto an.l title of
"Apple Klir of th WnH"
at the National Annie Show. Spokane.
1909, and a ear of Newtown won
Flrt Peine In 1t8
at Canadian International Apple Show.
Vancouver, B. C.
rim Prise la 1911
at Spokane National Apple Show won
by carload' of Newtown.
Rogue Jtlver ream t.moirht highest
wlcei In all market of the world dur
tne the naat alx veara
v-T5l Commercial Club. Incloaln s
cents for potepo for the finest commu
nity pampttleti ever published.
TAFT CHEERFUL
OVER 1 DEFEAT
J CINCINNATI, 0., Nov. C rre-i-dent
Tali arose at 8 o'clock thw
Bioniin; in better spirits than could
bo expected in a man just defeated
for the highest office in the nation
and he showed no signs of depression
and joked with friends who called, un
him. One of these was Fire .Mar
shal Coleman, who said he rejjretted
the president's defeat, but -was glad
ji:..i i : ..t ...l.i ..l.l .:,
to return to live anions hid fellowl
townsmen.
f "I am Koin to be glad to be back
among jou," laughed the president,
who will re-enter the practice of law
in Cincinnati at the end of his form.
President Tuft and his' party will
leave at 3 p. m. for Washington.
DAHO FOR WT
BY 5000 PLURALITY
BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 0.- Returns
from nil parts of Idaho indicate
President Taft has carried the state
by a plurajit' of probably 5000 over
Wilson. Despite the fact there were
no Roosevelt electors en the ballot,
thousands of voters wrote their
nnmes in.
Tlio gubernatorial contest is very
close between Uawley, democratic
incumbent; Unities, republican and
Martin, progressive.
vTwo. senators will be elected by
the .republican legislature, which is
assured.
Borah is certain of re-election,
SUCCESSFUL TRAP SEASON
IN UNITED STATES CLOSES
One of the most successful trap
, shooting seasons in the history of the
game in America has reached its end
with tho 1010 professional record,
.9775 jer cent., based on an aggre
gate season's score of 1,055 out of
2,000, made, by William H. Heer, with
Remingtou-UMti speed shells, still
unbeaten. George W. Maxwell, the
ojiojarjncd RcraingtQii-UMC profes
sional shooter, finished with the re
markable average of .0055 pur cent.,
having broken 1,031 out of 2,000.
Mr. Heer, nlways in the first division,
completed tho year with .0050 per
cent., having broken 1,030 of his
2,000 targets. Threo shooters of
Rpmiugton-UMC, ammunition top tho
Official l8t tof nniutcnr averages at
ijingleaVWillium 'Ridley, 707x800,
.0587 per cent.; Roy II. Brims, 700x
800, .0575 p'er cent.; and Georgu J.
Roll, 700x800, ,0575 per cent. In
Uia past four years, shooters of tho
world beating speed shells havo won
4i.teon of the twenty interstate hand
icaps. i ,
SANTA BARBARA GIVES
L' TEDDY A MAJORITY
, SA'NTA BARBARA. Cnl., Niqv.10n
Santa Barbara county, practically
oiupletc, fflveH Ruosoveit 010 pjuruj
ly Wvi normally republican county.
1 All amendiHtnits woro, dented, u
ioidiHje toiuoaplt.to returns.
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WOODROTISON
THROUGH NATION
NEW YOKK, Nov. 8. Woodrow
WiU'on, democrat, swept the country
yesterday.
Returns early today showed that
the predictions' that thtt democratic
party would ho put in control in the
nation, wore well founded. A popu
lar as well n electoral plurality was
insured Tor Wilson by n united party
in every state of the Union? Ho car
ried l2 Mate with n total voto in
the electoral college of J154 out of
)."t votes. He carried his own stnto
of New Jersey. Ho wrested from
President Taft his native state of
Ohio and from Colonel Roosevelt his
home commonwealth of New York.
Not alone that, but for the first tints
since the organisation of the repub
lican party a demourat will get tlio
electoral vote of Maine.
Wilson goes into office with a
heavy congress behind him nnd as
surances that Ilia next senate mil bo
made up of his party faith. lie will
bo able to force through the meas
ures to which ho is pledged..
Wilon carried with him to victory
democratic senators nnd congress
men everywhere. lie carried through
enough members of legislatures to
insure, the retirement of Senator
Kriggs to private life and tho eleva
tion to the senate of former Con
gressman William Hughes, in whoso
behalf Wilson stumped the state
during the last few days.
WiNon carried the following
stales all of which wore carried by
Bryan four years age:
Alabama, Kentucky. Nebraska,
South Carolina. Arkansas, Louisiana,
Nevada. Tennessee, Florida, Mary
land, North Carolina, Texas, Geor
gia, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Vir
ginia. In addition he took from Mr. Taft
the following states which the presi
dent carried four years age:
Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana,
Maine, Massachusetts Mnntana,
New Jprsey, New York, Ohio, South
Dakota, West Virginn nnd Wiscon
sin. He also carried Arizona nnd New
Mexico, territories four yenrs ago.
He was leading in 'and it was
claimed, had carried Iowa nad Cali
fornia. '
UNCLE JOE CANON
CONCEDES HIS DEFEAT
DiVNVILLE, Ills., Nov. C E. X.
Lcscurvc, son-in-law nnd campaign
manager of "Uncle Joe'Cannon, to
day cpneeded the defeat of the for
mer speaker of tho house. Cannon
declined to make n, statement.
Democratic campaign managers
claim Edgar countj fqr O'Hair, dem
ocrat, by 1,100; Clark by 221; Cum
berland by 5Q0 nnd Iroquois by 300.
This brings O'Hair into the northern
part of the district with 2100 .votes
to spare.
Cannon's managers claim Knnkn-
kee county by 800 nnd Vermillion by
000, leaving O'Hair winner by-about
700.
Estimates by tho canvassing board
give Cannon Vermillion county by
1,000 and Kankakee by 800. O'Hair,
democrat, takes Edgar county by
1,100; Clark by 300 and Cumberland
by 4,00,. with Iroquois county in
doubt. An official canvass likely
will bo required to decide the election
in thia district.
"Uncle Joe" Cannon has expressed
the belief privately that he will be re
turned to congre&s by a majority of
from 100 to 200.
TAFT CONGRATULATES Y1LS0N
AND PRAISES SECY. HILLES
aMMM
CINCINNATI. Ohio, .Nov. C
Taft last night sent this message to
his successor In tho presidency:
"Hon. 'Woodrow "Wlluon, Prince
ton, N, J., I cordially congratulate
you oil your election and extend to
you my best wishes for a successful
administration.
(Signed))
"WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT."
Taft; also sent this .telegram to
Charles D. lllllca, chairman of tho
republican national committee, who
wlfh Mrs. Taft, received tho election
returns at tho Times building, Now
York Cityi
"You havo conducted a moat dif
ficult campaign In tho fnco of un
usual obstacles. I congratulato you
heartily on tlio fight you havo made
and an deeply grateful to you for It.
(Signed))
"WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT."
Los Angeles for Teddy
LOS ANGELAS, Nov. 0. Tivo
btmdrcd and nineteen precincts com
plutp out of 573. in Loh Angeles, give
Roo&cvelt 50,580; Wilson -30,570.
medford vasxn tribune,
HEIRTO30,000;000
r- DECIDES TO MARRY!
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MISS GLADYS WATSOft
m pimrm
Mr. WUltam Zleglcr, Jr., who, when
bo became ot nc, July 20 last, came
Into possession of the Income of the
fO.000.000 estate or hU fosler father,
tha lato William Zlesler, tlm manufact
urer who nnancea Arctic explorations
ami who Is among the wealthiest young
men In the couutry, Is cusafced- HU
nancee Is.Mlsa Gladys Virginia Wnton.
dancbtcr of Mr. and ln Jnbvs Currj
WaUoji. of New VorW city.
SEATTLE, Wn., Nov. Ik-Former
United States Senator John L. Wil
son ot" this state, died suddenly in
a hotel at Wnsbington, 1). C. accord
ing to u message received this inorn
ning by the Seattle Poet Intelligen
cer, a newspaper owned b3' him.
Heart disease wa the cause. Sena
tor Wilson had toured some- of the
eastern states, speaking for Presi
dent Taft. He spent election day in
Washington, nnd was on bis way with
his family to .visit the Panama canal
when death came.
WILSON REPLIES TO
CONGRATULATORY WIRES
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. C. Gov
ernor Wilson, shortly after noon, re
plied to telegrams from President
Taft and Colonel Roosevelt. To
President Taft ho telegraphed:
"I warmly appreciate your kind
message, and will extend jny sincere
personal regard."
To Colonool Roosevelt, he sad:
"My slnccro thanks for your kind
message. Pray accept my cordial
good wishes."
STUBBS ELECTED BY
KANSAS TO SENATE
T0P.EKA, Knn.. Nov. O.Morc
complete returns from ICansas this
afternoon show that Roosevelt has a
lend 20,000 and has the state safely
in his column. Governor Slubbs, re
publican enndidale for the United
Stntel senate and the entire republi
can state ticket will have 20,000 plur
ality. KNOWLAND RE-ELECTED BY
OAKLAND TO CONGRESS
OAKLAND;, QiJi'Y P,lU'tiiriy
from 254 precincts out of 287 in
Alameda county fchow that Congress
man Joseph R. Kuowlitnd defeated
J. Stilt Wilson, tho socialist, mayor
of Berkeley, for congress by a voto of
28,010 to 20,004. It is estimated
that Knowland's "majority" over Wil
son will bo about 8,0d0..
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HILLES DECLARES
- ' G. 0. P. IS NOT BUSTED
, . I r
liW YORK,. Nov, f.. Chapman.
Charles D. HUlcs of tho republican
national commlttcu In a statement
IssUedf tonight, dcolarod that tho
chauge, ii( administration was, only
temporary; and that tho reiitibllcans
would regain control-of tho country
lu,J9;c. Ho eulogized President
Taft and declared that his admin
istration was ono of tho best. In tho
country's history. Hla defeat,
Jlfllcs.fisald, was-duo entirely to Col
onel 'Roosevelt,
MRS. TAFT AND MISS TAFT
SMILE AS NEWS IS RECEIVED
ji , 1 ?
NEW YORK,, Nov'. C Mrs. Taft
aud'MtBB Helen Taft. with a party
of friends, listened to tho election
roturpB pn tho olovpnth floor of tho
Manhattan hotel, Roth woro lu a
pleasant kumorand seemed to take
ithq regut as a matter of course,
Nojthor Mrs. Taft nor Mlsa Taft
would comment on tho outcome.
SENATOR 1 L. WILSON
OF WASHINGTON DEAD
M13DFORD. OTtfCaON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
Make Up of
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Believes Socialism Successful
To tho editor of tho Tribune:
Tho writer holds uo brtof from
tho socialist party as an oxpoueut of
Its principles, or as a "Dufomlur of
tho. Faith." However, being thor
oughly convinced thnt socialist
economics aro sound, and aro ur"Tn
truest ethical type, ho feols con
strained to defend his bollflf.
In your Issue of Nov. 2nd, U a
communicatien: "How Socialism
Works Out." Intended by way of
criticism or attack on socialism. Un
writer evidently hold that tho
French revolution was n practical
exemplification of socialism. A care
ful reading of history nnd study of
the principles of ocinlism will thor
oughly disprove such nn idea. So
cialism it an economic theory which
has never been given prnetion! trial.
Your correspondent believes it will
bo given practical trial, and prove
successful when the people of any
government become miffioiently en
lightened to broom5 widely imbued
with tho spirit, of justice, fraternity
nnd true charity; when u sufficimt
number of individusiU reoognire that
the gencrnl material wclTum of m
ciety .should' bo the prime consider
ation of government in its relation
to industrial atij economic questions,
then socialism will be tried, nnd tin
dor such -realization should prove
successful. H'nlso bolievoH nocial
inm willVomn'sVtbo','rejiYtlt of'cvoliir
lion, thnt it cannot be forced on so
ciety or put in operation before the
peoplo are ready for it.
Socjalintic ideas are growing rap
idly under pnwstiru of existing in
equitable economic conditions affect
ing tho people in their physical life;
while on the intellectual nnd moral
wdo, tho ideal 'and ethics of nodal-
win are advanced as the remilt of in
creafce in scientific knowledge and
general rending of wioutifio litera
ture.
Scialiniu prnMbCK building a now
social order from the foundation up.
Tho worker are the foundation of
tho social structure, nnd by improve
meat of thoir condition tho socialist
predicates u new nnd better civiliza
tion. The bnsio idea of socialism w own
ership und control of industry by
tho worker so they may become
masters of their moans of producing
u livelihood, instead of being, us at
present, "wage plnVes," thoir moans
of life owned and subject to tho ca
price of, and thoir labor oxplnitcd
for tho profit of tho private owner
of industry.
Tho Hocinliht party is tho political
expression of thin working clnsi
Don't Blame Your
, Qver ofKedliStomach
When your 'stomach will tot di
gest food, tho worst tiling you can
do Is to tako a lot ot digestive modl
rlnes. Truo, they give temporary
relief, but. your stomach Is tho suf
ferer, Loss of appetite, Indigestion,
dyspopsla and headaches can only bo
pormanontly relieved by removing
tho can bo. In many pases, various,
remedies taken to relievo theso con
ditions result In ruining tho stom
ach and preventing It from digesting
food In a natural way.
If yon want your. .stomach, to do,
Its own work properly, without re
sorting to artificial dlcostlvos or
prodlgested fpodi,. no Jayo's, Ton,':
Vormlfugo, Tiko small dosoH regu
larly, preferably before meals. In
a little time your stomach will again
do its own work nnd you will cat
heartily, keep well and enjoy Hying.
Jayno's Tonic Vormlfugo Is nqt a di
gester In Itself, but It tones up to
tho stomach and, Intestlnos, giving
you all tho nutriment and strength
fro ii tho food you cat.
Wany forms of supposed. Indjses
tlon aro tho result of Intestinal para
Bltos, for which .Jayno's Tonic Vor.
mlfiige Is unsurpassed. IiaUt on
Jayno's; ucceptVno, other. Millions
havo praised It for rnoro than olK'ty
years,. Sold by dniBBl!tH every
where. Dr. 0, Jayno & Son, Phila
delphia, I'a,
wmmmmstmBsssmBmn9!ii!eirtis-im.jsxvAiiLiKi
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ideal of oeoitoinUv ,uhii'o', Political.
notion action is held by it to bo n
means to the ond of putting the
idea) into p.ructicnl operation.
A united working chics would
havo iowcr to control politically nnd
industrially, nnd iimtiifcstiiig suffi
cient intelligence in organisation
may gain nnd hold Hi'h pn.ur. Here
tofore tin? workers Imvo lacked
knowledge, hut utideY modern cducn
tinuitl opportunity aro fast ncipilriug
it; and tbv hope for ttocial better
ment rests on tho worker milking in
telligent use of his knowledge and
power. For it is u safe prediction
thnt the awakened workers will not
long submit to prevailing unjust nnd
oppressive economic conditions.
No one knows "how socialism
works out" because it is yet to bo
tried; but it is most probable that III
the near future something definite
nnd nuthorntivc may bo said on thnt
subject.
0. It, SATCHWKLL.
Mtidford, Ore., Nov. -I, HUH.
Hyomei Banishes
Catarrh
(Jorni DcntroylHg VHrIzcd ,lr Ttint
Clears Htuffcd-Up Head In a
;cv Minute Rrvatlic It
'Isn't tt wbrth a Utile effort to
forever rid yoursolf of Catarrh when
Chns. Strang is authorized to guar
antee Ilooth's I1YOMKI to end tho
misery of Catarrh, or money back?
To banish Catarrh you must de
stroy Catarrh germs. UYOMIJI, tho
wonderful remedy Hindu from Aus
tralian Eucalyptus and other antisep
tics will destroy theso gorms; will
ond Catarrh; will ovorcomo Catarrh
al Deafness.
Completu. outfit with Inhalor,
J1.Q0; extra bottles, DOc. Iti each
packago Is a little book that tolls
how this simple remedy benefits
sufforcrs from Catarrh, Coughs,
Colds, Croup, nnd Catarrhal Deaf
IICS8.
Model BaKery
RHI.VKIXO IHIOS. IVoimi.
Ask your grocer for Model Uak
cry'B Whlto Lilly Dread and fliivo
tho wrappers and whon you have 25
you will bo entitled on payment of
the small sum of CO cents to, a
bandsomo pillow top mado from any
picture wanted. .
I1IIKAI), I'lKS, CAKKft, l'ASTHV
ALWAYB FHKB1I
HoiBC,bos,lia 0H K. Main Ht.
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rws
SKATING
RlNk
AT AHHLANDi XATATOHIUM
Is open ovory night, excoptlug
Sunday
Iiijr.d miiHlc Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday
Clark & Wright
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Publlo Land, flatten: Final Proof.
Dwert Lnndi, Contest and Mining
Case. Scrip.
PLUMBING
n Steam and Hot Water
Heating . '
All Work qirsnt4
Prices Iletionabl
oopfeen; price
U Kowsra Block) Mstrsao 0a tth Vi
0. 1012.
mi l-iui.
MILWAUKEE NURSERIES
70,0110 apiiic,sa(ooojpnw aono
oliorry fiuu6'wnW7rlVl)uu Mum!
oxtra honvy houvy grades, ono your
old trees, loading variation, truo to
iiniiiv. Orowit vlthoilt Irrigation,
Ort'Kon.
AdrosH N. H. Uarvq', Mltwalikoo,
Satlrtfactlon guaranteed. ticud lor
our llt bofnro nJnliiK your orders.
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BOOK STORE
FINE TEETH MAKE A
PAIR FACE
but ahnpelcHs, uuovon, or blackened
teeth spoil tho prettlust foaturos.
livery r.lrl should tako tho Kroatcst
enro ot her tooth they wilt bo part
ot her beauty equipment when she
Krows to bo u woman, Wo inako a
spoclalty of "training tho teeth"
from childhood up, and also do ovory
kind of Dental work In a superior
manner, but nt very reasonable
prlcoH.
Lady Attendant
DR. BARBER
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Ovor DnnlelB for Duds, Paclflo
Phono SD28, Home Phono 3RU-IC
$325.00
Lot on Sumraitt
Near Main St.
PAVED STREETP
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This is a Real Snap
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Monthly Payments
MEDFORD REALTY AND
IMPROVEMENT 00.
Draperies
Wo carry a very complete line of
drnporlcs, loco curfulns. ftvturos, eto.,
and Uo ufl clauses of unholsterlnir. A
special man to. look nt tr this work
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tlm Ittrjrout cities.
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"TIIK I'ADL'.AWAV fllllL"
A Ittch and LniiKbublo Comody
"TIIK TlK IITKUNAIi"
Powerfully Coitvlutiui;
"A IIOMANTIO HUICIDK"
Vjr,'oiuedy Full of Mat llu'sl and
Mill lltt'H
AL HATH Kit
In Koiik
It, 11, l-'nrrcit It, L. Woulworth
PlnulHt Ilruius and HffeelM
ADMISSION. 5o AND 10c
Comtnu Feature!
'KlnjjH In Kltc," n mnstor film, deal
ItiK with the French revolution, In
two reels, November K nud !.
"UNIlINi:"
A mnrvol adoption of Chorion
ItctuloV famous rlvetsldo classic, .Kor
Koously portrayctt by tho TI11111
houscr Co., lu two reels.
IS IS
THEATRE
Voiulovltli) mill Plmtuplii);
UOSTWICK AND ItAN'DOLPII
IUk comedy art entitled
"TIIK (JIIOUUS OIUL AND TDK
HAOOAOI.' MAN"
v
Photoplayu
IN Till: NOIITII WOODH
A fnsuluatluK HloKraph production
of tho Northland,
llero'a a Thriller:
COHONKTH AND HKAUTH
A VltaKniph Htory o( uuiiHunl Inter
cut OKK, MV PANWt
Pal ho 1000'fuot comudy, and every
foot of tt a humuiur.
HXCHLLKNT MU810
AT TIIK
UGO
1 ALWAVH A CIOOD 8IIOW
Tlio Dent Vcntilntcil Theater In Town
TON If II IT
TIIK LOYAII'V (IF HYLVIA
VltttKraph
With Mr. Costello tho Vltnsraph's
star playur. Tho ntory of a
woman's lovo
AN UNHKKN KNIiMY
IlloKraph '
Ono of tho pictures that mako a hit
llltONOIIO HILLY OtlTWITTKD
Kssany
With Mr, 0. M, Anderson In his
world famous rolo, In a fea
ture western -drama
LOOKKD OUT OF WICDLOOK
One of Patho'a Famous Comody
Features
ADMIHHION no AND Klo
NOTIOW
On account of, u mistake ot tlm
film company wo woro forced to
ohniiKu our advertised, nnforam last
nlKht.
, j,..y
SHOE REPAIRING
BY MAOmNERY
I bnvo Just UiHtaliod n New Cham
Plop StltchliiK Mitphtno for sololni;
shoos and roupectfully Invito tho
public to call and oeo thlK iiqw Pia-y
chlno In oporntlon, No nnUs on wolt
shoos. Quick work. 'Host nuatorlal
and workmatiublp, Prlcoa rlnht.
Urlm; you shoo ropairliiu to
GUS ANDERSON
JO Houlli Fit' street .
4.JSM Mf-Twj.viyy.','.Ar-MJ

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