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iNCEDFOflD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, ORtiOON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 15, 1012.
NEW WORLD EMPIRE
" it of sajpON
Definite Agreement Between the Na
tions Ptfrfeoteri by Bulgarian Pitc
mltr Servia Given Adriatic Sea
pirt anHkCantrol of Railroad, t
r .-r1-f " ' 4
Chance of General European War
Brewing Less St, Petersburg Dis
patches Pessimistic. "
1.0Nl)ON XoV. 1.). Aulhoritntivo
statement was made here, today that
President Dnneff of the Hulcnnnii
parliament, who lias been ncttnsr ns
inedintur between Au-trin and Servia,
haft eloed n definite agreement with
Austria whereby Servia will pet an
Adriatic senjwrt and the control of
the railroad from Mitrnvitza to Sa
lonika. TIi'n agreement is believed to
practically kill nny ehnncee of an
Autro-Servinn war in which all
Europe might be involved.
LONDOK, Nov. 3." Contradictory
trcjiorts irejtfiriling the situation in
Constantinople continued to pour in
here today, with diplomats admitted
ly pUM.lcd over conditions.
The latest despatches from the
front declared that the Hulgnrinn at
tack on Constantinople forts contin
ued, with the Moslem lino of defence
pierced at several points. If this w
true it indicates that Cwir rcrdinand
i determined to occupy Constantino
ple before granting the Turkish plea
for n cessntion of hostilities, pond
ing the signing of pence terms.
Messages received late today from
St. Petersburg are most csimwtie,
Russian officials profaning to see
no peaceful solution so far ns the
illusion of Turkish territory is con
cerned. British diplomats, however,
take a different view of Ihe situation,
refusing to believe that either Rus
sia or Austria will dare make a move
liable to precipitate all Kurope in the
greatest "war'in liiMory.
Permanent Peace Sought
Czar, Ferdinand, nccording to oth
er reports, i determined not to grant
an armistice unless he is assured
that'permancnt peacc will follow. lie
will, insist, it is 'declared, uptfn the
powers standing aide and allowing
the. allies to divide the spoils of wnrj"
as the several Balkan monarch-; may
decide. As a guarantee of good faith
it is said, the Bulgarian ruler has
determined that Turkey evacuate the
Tehataljn forts, Adrianople. Monns
tir and Scutnri ami temporarily ad
mit the Bulgarian forces to enter
The Porte admits Anxiety to keep
the Balkans' soldiers from the capi
tal, believing tfic powers will admit
the Turkish defeat if the allies' for
ces ever see the capital.
a record breaker
4 ' I I I IB
SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 15. Sat
isfied, despite hw earlier skepticism,
that the Wolgast-Ritchie match
Thanksgiving day will druw the big
gest crowd since the NeUuii-Brilt
battle seven .yearn ago, Jume- W. Cof
frojh, the promoter, today is making
arrangements to enlarge his arena at
Daly City from a seating capacity of
from 0,000 to 12,000.
Coffroth has already consulted
contractors on tlio matter, and work
on the additional seats it expected to
begin at once.
That turkey day fight fans may be
over in good season, Coffroth bus
decided to put on the contest at an
early afternoon hour. While the ex
nut hour is not yet known, it x very
probable thnt Ritchie and the cham
pion will clash in the main event not
Inter than 2 p. in.
Only ono difficulty yet remains in
,tho preliminary of the battle the
referee,' H ban been intimated here
tlmiTVolgust or hi jmuiagcr, Tom
Jones, might insist that Jack Welsh,
the person who refereed the 'ol-Rasl-ltivciM
match in Los Ailgelos
July 4, officiate here. The propohul
lias rsised a howl of Indignation, and
today thorn is oyory reason to be
lieve that' Coffroth wilt insist that
the 't)ilrdf mint it iho ring bo above
t.nst night ' subject at tlio ovange
lUttc meetings was Introduced by
i coimltlorliip the following n.ucfttlon
which was hamled In the evening be
fofei "Is not tho fifth universal
empire represented by tho slum,
which Rinotc ami destroyed the
Image of Daniel 2nd chapter, the
preaching of the gospel?"
Somo of tho evidence produced to
show that the netting up of the last
world emplrrc rah not lio the preach
ing of the gospel arc: ( I) Tho gos
pel was preached to Abraham, Gal.
3:8; and Abraham lived liiOO years
before any of the universal em
pires represented by tho Imago came
Into existence. t21 The gospel was
preached to the Israelites during the
exodus from Kgypt, lleb. 42. The
evodus took place nearly 900 years
before the rise of tho Babylonian
empire. (3 Tho gospel was preached
by Isaiah about a century before the
reign of Nebuchailneer. (41 The
stono smote the Image upon Us feet
which represented tho divided con
dition of the Itoman e nipt re, and
Rome was not broken Into fragments
till about the fourth century of the
The setting up of tho kingdom of
God means tho downfall of all!
earthly kingdoms. Dam. 2:44.
It Is true God has had the king
dom of grace set up In this world
ever slnco tho fall of man. Its pur
pose Is to prepare subjects for his
There Is a rich reward for those
who lovo his appearing, 2 Tim. 4:S.
The subject tonight Is, "When
Shall These Things Be?"
BY FLORIDA MOB
COOK TO REFEREE
TAMPA, Fin., Km. IS. Spirited
bv official to (Villa, in an effort to
sine hint from it mob, Prooeh Neils, a
negro necm-cil of u double inimtcr at
Molitltioh, Florida, is dead lit thai i
I mice iixiiiy, in- oouy ruiucu wiin
A luuh of 201) iiioit surrounded tho
jail unoxxotodly and nft or oxerimw-
oriiig the jailer took tho negro two
utiles' north of Ocaln and killed hilil.
NMU vns cbhi-Jcd with killing'.!.
B. IVrge-. mi old man, who nlteinptcd
to Mivo Mi- Mary SIoxoiimui, eisjli
toon fiont the neurit iH-nult. Tho
gill's throat wi cut bv tho fiend.
Mes-rs. Perkins and flrnv in
Oivhnrd Home addition Iwvu, demon
strated how lrtl-nl farmers bv wnteh
iug liy-piidiKt about the much can
pick tip considerable money. They
have this season hhl $12.t worth of
filtered apple juice by using the cull
npples on their place which uero oou-i-ldered
praOticnlly valueless. Till
process was Mtiiplc and the demuud
far grentl'r than the supply.
SAN KltANYlNl'O, K.iv 1.1. ML
rain Cook, probably the uuM I'nnioiw
of all old time ivfoive-, liuiv In tliu
third man in tho ring TlmnkMii villi
dnv when All W'tilimst and Willie
lStohio chilli for tlio light wojulit
ohaiiiptonohip. Cook, vlm win called
upon to officiate In nil tho Mining
lislio event. of it mMiomtion go,
rofercoing the .lim (Niiholt-Poloi'
tliiMcvoit fiiui'iiiH draw, tho (Jcorgo l.n
llanc-.lack l)oinpoy iMtlh' and Iho
(b'oi-ge l)iiii)-Iki Weir ooiite-l, to
day is keen of oyo mid rtclixo as over,
lie has kepi pace with lh ho.ving
iramo. and hi- nniho will he nroiidsod
!lV ttitohio when tho time ooiuVs to
nnino n roforoo. '
Wolgasi uud his umiiiiyor, Tom
Joiuw. are oxpeclcd to hold out for
Jack WcNh, who has referefd all of
tho champion's battle hero. Hut
Welsh, Hitohie say.s, U undesirable,
pointing out that Iho malodorous de
cision or WeNh in the Wolanst-Hiv-or
light ut l.os Angeles July t show
ed his unfitness mm a ring official. A
redhol fight over tho 'election of a
referee can only bo averted. Hilohie
suy, by tho retaining of Cook.
Former Speaker Cannon spent
13299 and Frank O'Hnlr. his op
ponent sient nothing.
MAYOR IN JAIL FOR
QUOTING ABE LINCOLN
ml i m i n
IdTTM: ftM,R,.N.VVttNov, IB.-"
Charged with, violating thn.clly or
dinance, In nddroHsIng a crowd or
Htiikors thro wooka ngo, Mayor
OoorKo hiilin of Hnhuiiuctfid)', muinl'
1st, wan niMitoitood In tho roohrdor'n
court hero today to fifty iIiivh In
Jail uud fined' W),
Limn 'flatly lofusod to pay tho
flnu. nml will 'begin Horvlug bis noil
itMU'tS tills itricrnwin.
"Thin n mtfftlllfil t)f WnelpV with
inn," Hiihl Mayor Minih "1 will not
iiponil a dollar for iiiintliiK Abnihnin
l.lncolii'lliat'ii what tho ohino
iliuoiiutn to." -x
Tim court riifuw'd li purinlt iho
onnvlutM uuvyor tti niiiltif a tiluln
uiont In coiii-l. Ilu probiibly will
appeal tho cane.
Schieffelin's Sanitary Grocery
' ' - ' l1 BOTH PilOKKB - " " ,
J.JVJ.AJ. MWM.WM M
These Cash Sales will be held twice a week
u '. until? furtlher riot'ieu. -i
Cottolono. r.5 cohts and $1.30.
Standard lard "0 and SO cents and $t.n.
Swifts Proiutuui Ilacon 30 chutn. llama 22 cts.
Htaudard Hacon 22 cents.
Log Cabin Maple Syrup 3Ti, 00 and $1.25 a gal,
nine t.nhln Kuro 9yriip 30 and fiti conls.
Avoudalo Molasxcs 3 cans for 2f cents.
I'uro Mtiplo Sugar 30 coats a pound.
Drifted Huow Flolir $l.tf, a sack. "
Quaker Itollml OivIh $2.90 for '.Ml pounds.
X pound sacks 3d coutn, 4 pound packiuto 20 ctH.
4 pound pncknKOH Corn Flukes 2f. conta.
(ireon Olives $1.00 Uo. "Ti emits.
(Iroon Olives 00 cents slxo. 15 cents.
Croon Olives 35 cent slxo, 30 cents.
it im'olmW IvIiiKfonls (Jlon Htarnh 2T, cents.
Itlec f cints per lonnil
Idmil (Mull riilHiin 20
-"-"- T .- V " . .1 . .... t U- ......
,"4 W, Kabul Dicssiiig in. an nun ;i coinn.
Walnuts 10 coiitH per ponnu,
Potatoes X5 coins per huililroil.
Onions l0 routs per hundred)
(iiintto In 2f. poiind lotw I Vi renin.
0 IhvrH Cryntul Whltn atmu,ar coulH.
4 chiim I'ollv I'rlin 2fi COIllB.
I'lnk MeniiK 2f, poundii for $1.00.
Mil IK .Macaroni and Spaghetti 3 'A Ibu. 2T. coutx.
Cugllnh UioakfaMt Ton 20 coutH.
(Inn I'owdnr Tea 30 co.ul4.
Ulendod Coffee 2R coiitH.
2 ponnilii pure roffoo 4fi ceutn.
Our lilos Shipment of ntllSCA l-'ANCV !t)OHS Has Aiilxisl, Call anil Sco 'lliciu.
Schieffelin s Sanitary Grocery
LARGE" CHORUS 10
Following is a list of tho slaters,
cousins, aunts and sailors who will
appear' in Pinafore next Monday and
Tuesday evening when it is produced
by the high schoel:
Boys Ralph Balcom, Will Bev
erldge. Robert Peloure. James Vance,
Morris Leonard, ' Earl Hubbard,
Agonls Brown, Milton Schuchnrd,
Houston Ling, Dolph Phipps, Walter
Brown, Lyle Walther, James Stuart.
Charles Ray, Ray I-aMar. Everett
McArthur. Eugene iXarregan, Edison
Marshall, "Robert JCInleyslders Orval
Barr, Don Newbury, Arthur Allder,
Seldon Hill, Claire Seely, George
Gates, Leon Lawton, Leo Williams,
Bennle Hull. Girls Leah Walther,
Lacile Ckf essner. Eva Osborne, Frances
York, Jean Budge, ilarjorle Stevens.
Marguerite Betty, Marlon Palmer,
Exie Burgess, Xellie Corum, Helen
Purucker, Lenore Vance, Luclnda
Cochran, Frances Kenney, Vera Olm
stead, Eva Richmond, Irene Smith,
Helen Woods, Bernice Balcom, Mar
garet So utter, GUlesle Reed, Marlon
Waldron, Florence Townsend, Vlr
glanla Carder, Alice Forbes, Ellza
th Blackford, Vera Lane, Vivian
Childers, Willie Howard, Ethel
a Vim ,jf avoii.
Ili4)HMiileiit Vandliluto for office
of hwuw of elti' of' Medtord.
TEDDY NOW LEADS
i WV" .. ' i
7 spools Clarks M'liiVad .
' 10 ynitlsbcsfc (!alitto 39
r $1.50 and $1.25 Dross Goods 98d
" $2.00 Umbrellas .;., '..'.....$r.49
50o Vritmg Paper and
SACRAMENTO, Nov. 15. After a
review of official unit unofficial to
tals reported to him from every coun
ty in the Mute, Private Secretary Mo
Cabe at the governor's office this
morning naid thnt Roosevelt afipcnrcd
to have carried California' by more
than 200 plurality over Wilcon.
All county returns in which error
appear are now being sent ut once
for correction. Cremin announces
that no further data will be given to
the public on thU report until they
have been corrected and certified by
the secretary of Mate.
Specials for Saturday
V A ,.. ,N i v i , i i
TT -Sl tlf ! . T- 1 t 4 1 I - . - m- -.- -- -.
& ow siting L-npcrniiu Thankstf vintf L men 5a e Now GontfOn
I ! hiviMinoy ? i; o o - a
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12,oc heavy Outing .... 9!
1 lot $5 Nimuo (foiwls .. $2.9S
('liildron'.s 75c Out V ('owns 50i
10 yards 10i .Muslin 09
Child's 0t Iron (Tad
RIDS YOU OF
Chas. Strang Is authorized to re
fund our monoy If you talto MI-O-NA
Stomach tablets for Indigestion or
any stomach distress or misery and
aro dissatisfied with tho results.
And that samo guarantee also ap
plies to any condition caused by out
of order stomach such as Sallow
Shin, Pimples, Headache, Xervous
ness, Dizziness, Sicoplossnesw, Des
So why should you suffer longer
from an unclean stomach when you
can try M)-0NTA Stomach Tablets,
tho prescription of a specialist on this
liberal no benefit no pay plan.
A largo box for CO cents at Chas.
Strang's uud pharmacists America
l-ADIES' ALL WOOL SERGE DRESSES
SPECIALISES. ?6.50, $8.75
bw wc have in stock over 100 one-piece all wool Serge
Dresses newest styles and in .such colors as navy blue,
brown, red, grey, blncIc,ote;, that arc $10 and $12.50 values
m every sense of the word we are selling theni fast at
these special xmees.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR TAILORED SUITS AT
$25 EQUAL TO MOST $35 GRADES
If yon aro looking for something out of llio ordinary in
Tailored Suit, or if you want a plain blue serge, the gar
.tinents that 'we show at $25 will surprise you. They are
$35 qualities in every sense.
OVER 300 COATS NOW IN STOCK EVERY ONE A
BARGAIN $9.00 TO $27.50
No need to dolay-long in buying a coat our stock is com
plete now and we can suit .you as regards to price every
garment is a bargain and the prices range from $0 up to
CHILDREN'S COATS ARE PRICE D PROM $3.50 UP TO $10
WITH A LARGE. ASSORTMENT AT $5 AND $6; . ,
With over 400 coats in stock and size k to fit children- from .Tto 11 years
old, we show a larger assortment tint n all other stores in Medford com
bined prices range up to $10 with a larger part of them priced $5 $6.
y y9-rllpl r ZHwry ".
n - VlBtefHS -A
Ir (BBS3r v&fsA
Everjrttiing for the
$1.25 TABLE DAMASK NOW 9S
BuT jI!C'!i5Sis '
JWM V ii.
FIF y -- Sr jl loc?if'!MiMiwMAJk
i r 5.
BLANKETS AT REDUCED
; j PRICES BUYNOW
$1.50 heavy cot. Hlankets $1.13
.$1 grey cotton J31ankcls 89
$5 grey and tan wool Blan-
kots ,.v... ,...$3.75
$7.50 till wool Blniikots....$9
$3.50 heavy wool finish
$2.50 heavy cot. Blankets $1.89
This damask is full 2 vards wide, extra heavv and guaran
teed to be pure linen; several designs to choose from.
$1.00 PURE LINEN DAMASK 89
This damask is (i(5 inches wide, pure linen and we have
both bleached and half bleached kinds.
$1.00 BATTENBERG DRESSER SCARFS 59tf
This. is a special purchase!; regular $1 grade, pow on sale
at 50(i; 50 to 54 Inches long; also to be had in 21 inch
I The Big Store
75c TABLE DAMASK NOW 49
Fine Mf'i'corized Damask is shown in this lot looks like
Hie $1.25 quality and washes well.
$1.75 AND $2 TABLE DAMASK $1.5!)
Tins lot'- is our finest quality of double damask, newest
Htripo and medallion designs a wonderful value in every
$2.00 TABLE CLOTH SPECIAL $1.50
These Table Cloths liave, borders on till four sides; also
&omo are in designs for round tables, sizes are 2 yards,
2M5(X'H'ty OwVi, ym'ds long, , t
LINEN CRASHES REDUCED READ
Linen Crashes are now reduced llotwitlistanding' tho fact y
that prices lire going up; 10c grade now for 8d; 15c grade V
now 12'o, and 20c grades now for 15. ' ' "'
5 J j' C $ J' 5 $" " 5 5
$2.00 BED SPREADS $1.98
Those Spreads are to be had in fringedor scalloped edges
lis well as the satin damask style of spreads.
The Big Store