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fTACOMA Wji., Nov. .-! Inrrv
Asulnr1jirnWr, University offMihno
Kofit jfooihnll shir, whoso ,kuH wns
slightly njurcif in n game between
Ms amift' tumor null (jliicn;tui ttni vcr
sU.y soyen yenrs nro is today iii
pane ns the- result of the injury mid
irt'on hwwny 'to ;thc lutylum nt Fort
ASeln was forced to Ichve the
university before he had finished his
course on account of ins mental Iron-hie,-
nccordjiu; t his nym story told
to the bonrd of examining physician
Ho mnrricil in Minnesota and earac
to' Aiineortos. Yn., where his wife
and three children now reside.
Albert time bro he left his family,
coming to Tncnmn whore ho lived n
recluse, for several day, being di
covered by J. P. tlmtt, n riiri-ttaii
Scientist, ilintr reported ihe matter
to tliCj prtcrtiling attorney's office,
filingJa cdniplaint of insanity hgam-t
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Vlli.NWA, No. IC. Information
tegnrdlng lha fato of the Austrian
coiiruI, Prochaska, who had troulilo
with the Servians when they onlorcd
I'rtsrend nml subsequently illsnp
pea red, was demanded of the Servian
government today by .the foreign of-
.flco here. J
It Is rumored that ProchnsUa was
murdered by Servians. Unless news
Ib received soon, 'it Is feared tlio sit
uation will become, serious.
Austria believe the Servians mass
acred Albantas In FrUrend, and that
many sought refuse In tho Austrian
legation, where rochaska refused to
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1(5. Ho
eail'So Willitnu .1. ttrynn and ()M:tr
tuderwood have always boon at ouK
tin imporlaiit question to ho settled
by President -tf led Woodrow Wilson
is whether the presVnt Chirk-l'mler-wood
orgmiixnliou of the house shall
be retained or a new speaker and
chairman of the ebininitteo on ways
and moan bo installed.
It i said that if the progressive
policies recommended hv Wilson
should fail. Ihe principal reason
would he found in the opposition of
Clark and Hiderwood in Ihe hoiio of
After having been many liitto-4 re
fused a new walk nt tho Wtiwhiutjton
school, the lenuheis nml janitor of,
tho Washington school look tho nuV
tcr in Iheir own liomU loday liml
have made all arrangements to do the
work Iheinsulves. Tliov will bo as.
slsted in tho work hv Ihe men teach
ers, principals, and janitors of the
other schools in. ihe oil V. As re-
mill tho Washington school will 1mo
wiiuuil walks, the sdle co.st of which
will lie forMo rVinenf. IT
OREGON 'ftdMAW SOCIETY' ' '
TO ORGANIZE BRANCHES
POKThANDi Nov. 1(1. The Ore.,
gou llumnue society, with licmhiuiir-,
tors in Porlhuid, today launched a
campaign to organise, u branch rihej
society in every city, village nml
huinlcl in Oregon. J, U. Kuedcis
dorff, nulliuger of Ihe Oregon llu
uuino society, is writing to every
mayor in tho state asking him for
tho uniuo of interested parties hoping
through them- to. form the. now
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SENTENCED TO YEAR
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yard line, sending the ball between
tho posts and scoring three points
for Princeton. Another panting
duel between Klynn and Waller fol
lowed. Yale finally secured the ball
on her own'1! 0-yard line. After a
few plays a punting battle was again
resumed. Flynn booted tho ball out
of bounds opposito mid-field.
with Princeton in possession of
the ball, a scries of successive
charges by Pendleton, Dewltt and S.
Baker carried It to Yale's thirty-
yard line. Being unable to advance
further, S. Baker drop-kicked and
made a field goal for Princeton.
Tljcrc was no further scoring In the
second quarter. '
Scere: Princeton, G; Yale, 3.
' A Punting Exchange
The third period opened with a
punting exchange, which ended with
Flynn booting to mid-field, where S.
Baiicr fumbled. Aver'y of Yale
picked it up and ran to Princeton's
35-Sard'llrio'"befor'd lib" was downed
by. Pendleton. Then, resorting to a
kick, formation ruse, Spauldldg at
tempted a forward pass but failed.
Flnn next tried for a place kick
Boil and also failed, losing the ball
Princeton" punted to the center of
the field. On tho next formation
neither side was ablo to gain, al
though punting was resorted to re
peatedly. With Yale in possession
of the ball on Princeton's forty-five
yard line, Flynn tried for a place kick
goal but the ball fell short. Neither
stdo scored in this quarter.
Scere: Princeton, C; Yale, 3.
In Fourth Quarter
J. Baker returned Flynn's twenty
yard punt when tho fourth quarter
opened. Neither side was able to
gain and both repeatedly punted.
Dewltt booted to mldfield behind
goal line. On tho twenty-yard line
Yalo Indulged in a lively scrimmage,
and when ,unable to gain, once more
punted.. The ball zigzagged back
and forth, until Just before the game
eniled-.Yale caught a punt on her own
forty-five yard line. By a forward
pass, Flynn to Sheldon, she gained
twenty yards. Two more passes were
attempted but failed. Purapelly,
Yale's right half, who had replaced
Philbin, dropped a field goal from
the fifty-yard line. The ball hit the
goalrpost and bounced over. Time
wasica'lled a moment later.
HJlna! score; Princeton, C; Yale,
SAX FKANCISCO. Cal , Nov. 1C.
Captain John Oosterhuis was sen
tenced today by IJnlted States Judge
Van Fleet to serve one year In tho
'county jail and to pay $1,000 fine
and to remalu In jail until the $1,000
was paid at tho rate ot $.1 a day.
This is the limit punishment for tho
particular charge under which Oos
terhuis was convicted. He could not
be tried on a conspiracy chnrge be
cause he was alone on the boat
that brought up the Chinese and
had no co-partners In the crime.
Tho offense was landing tweuty
two Chinese on the shore of San
Francisco Bay near Hunter's Point.
They were brought from Knsenada,
Mexico, on the sixth of last month.
Judge Van Fleet In rendering
Judgmcntaald that no sympathy
should be shown to the white men
who land Chinese, because tho latter
were brought in and sold into prac
tical bondage like the slaves before
the war and were compelled to live
a life of peonage.
OVER GREAT GAINS
WASHINGTON, Xo. 10.Socinl
its are taking comfort todav in tbu
declaration of Charles Kdwnrd Husi
sell, well known writer and socialist
candidate for governor of New York,
made recently in Philadelphia that
four years hence, tho democratic par
ty will have largely disintegrated ami
been replaced by tho progressive par
ty, nml that tho socialists will be tho
principal party of opRsition.
Tho socialists are jubilant at tho
great gain made by the party since
the election four years ago. Thej!
polled npproxtninlelv 800,000 vetes:
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KEEN REMORSE OF M'NAMARA
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BUFFALO. X. V., Nov. 1G. 3Ii--
sing since October 'J, the body of Jo
seph Josephs, seven 3'cars old, was
found here; todnv buried iii "a. vault
in tho suburb of Lackawanna, and
the pojice arc looking for his slayers.
When the child disappeared it was
believed he had been kidnapped. His
father, n grocer, recently offered
$1,000 reward for news of his child.
Yestcrdny he received an unsigned
postcard marked Chicago, saying the
boy had been murdered and wus hid
den in tho vault. The dead child was
found exactly as the card described.
cant house near Muneie. Isaac (Iraut
and his wife; Kiizaheth Hiuer and
James Field, living near this hour,
testified to seeing men entering and
leaving the place carrying suitcases.
Manuel Jlnddox swore that ho
made special boxes, according to
measurements provided by Jim Mo
Nnmnra. John Lougbnngh of the
Diionl Powder plant nt Montpcltcr,
lad., testified that Hockiu tried to
pnrclmso forty quarts of nitro-glyc-erine
from him. He said he refused
to sell Ihe explosive. Hockiu, he
said, wanted to carry it on trains,,
and the witness said be told Hockiu
that that was a federal offense.
At Champaign, III. Chicago, 10;
Illinois, 0. '
At Philadelphia Carlisle, 20;
At Berkeley, Cal. Berkeley High
School, 14; Oakland High, o.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOB SAL E Horses, carriages,
wagons, harness, farm implements.
Pctaluma incubator, brooder, Buff
Orpington chickens, three heating
stoves, household articles. Louns
berry's ranch, Mcdford, B. F. D.,
No. 2, Central Polnt-Jacksonvlllo
road, near Bell Lane, 20G
The scat sale for Pinafore Is on,
and tickets aro going fast. There Is
every indication of full houses both
nights. The show will be woll worth
the price asked, besides tho proceeds
go for a very worthy cause. Tho
student body is going to fix up its
gymnasium, and is keeping up ex
penses of the football and basketball
Prof. Prescoit, of the Univers
ity of Michigan, explains why
Royal Baking -Powder adds
healthful qualities to the food.
Testifying before the Pure Food Com
mittee of Congress, tho Professor stated
that fruit acids were excellent articles
of food and that of these cream of tar
tar, the add of grapes, held rank with
the highest both in itself and its effect
in the process of leavening and baking.
He regarded the results from cream
of tartar baking powder as favor
able to health. Scientists, and hygien
ists are in accord with this opinion,
Royal is the only Baking
Powder made from Royal
Crape Cream of Tartar,
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D. OROSSLEY SON8
at4 Frnnklln St., Nevr York ' .
,APPLES and PEARS , ,
W hnvo our cwn hdusos In '
' '"'NICW YlmiC, MVKHPOOri, LONDON AND (IMHtiOW
nirec colifttanuionls nallclWl or eo our Hokuo Wvor repronontatUi.
45 acres, nlfnlfn soil. 32 ucre now In threo crop alfalfa, I!
barns and box house. Olio in'llo from good town on thu main lino
or tho &. P. it. It, m splendid county road. Land ourroundliu;
thin tract Is hjd nt ;t.'.0 per acres, l'rlcn for a few days ,1250
per acre. One-half rnh.
10 acres all In nlfalrt. No bulldliiRM. 1 i miles fro railroad
station, flood road on two aide, (lood crop this year. Prlco
$2I0Q. $1,000 cash, haiauco to suit. If you an looking for an
InvcHttricnt or a homo placo bo iiuro and look then platen over. 1
eonaliwY them two oMho!cstJ buys In tho -valley toduy,
C. A. M oARTHUR
llooiti a, Pirn! Oftlco JUili. .." Phono HUH I.
H. N. S. PINAFORE
COMIC OPERA IN TWO ACTS
MEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL
Benefit of tlic "Student Body"
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NATATORIUM, MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Special Sconory by Khun
Costumes mado by Domestic Art Department
00 People In the Cast JO
Direction of AndrcwM and WHmiii
Orchostra of fourtoon pieces under Mr. Howell
Kcnorvcd Kent 7."m and r0c, childicu 'J.n. Kecrvn opcim at,
IlnsLiiiH .Saturday, November 10th nt l it. in.
FOR SALE At onco a good cow four
years old, owner leaving town, 85 i
E. Dth St. 20C
FOR SALE White .Minorca cocker
els. J. F. Reddy, Queen Anne Ad
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Seven
and a fraction acres ot splendid
land clone in and all in Kood pay
ing crop. Well Improved. Will
, sell or exchange for Mcdford pro
perty. For further particulars In
quire at room 22 ovor Jackson
County Rank, or pboae Main DG1.
Ilurvunl, it; Dartmouth, O.
CAMRRIDOE, Mass., Nor. 1C
in a hard fought football sumo1 horo
thls afternoon Harvard defeated
Durtmouth, 3 to 0. During tho first
quarter tho ball was In Harvard ter
ritory moat of the time, but the crim
son player? successfully defended
their goal. It was not until near
tho end of tho third quarter that
Harvard got closo euough to Dart
mouth's goal to try for a Hold goal,
and Hont tho ball skimming between
tho posts for tho only nemo of tho
)inliiC2M icn Attention.
Banquet and ineotliiK of mer
chants' association Monday evonlng
at 9: ,10 tilinrp nt Guild hall over
Golden Rulo -stored Important busl
iioh.j; Anyone Interested wolcoiuo,
whether, member or not. Supper 70
tJi.K WJVP.NER, Pros.,
J, II, OARKIN, Soo'y.
JUBt breathe Booth's IIYOMEI for
five minutes and the penetrating anti-septic
air from tho Eucalyptus for
ests of Austrlalla will soothe the
soro Catsirrhe.1 membrauo and give
Ilelug such an efficient? remedy;
absolutely free from harmful drugs
Cliaa. Strang is willing at the mak
ers' request to guarantee HYOMEI
for Catarrh, Croup, Catarrhal Doaf-
Pess, Coughs, Colds, 8ore Throat and
Bronchitis or money back. Tho lit
tle book in each package tells how
simple.' U is to got rid ot all theso dis
tressing diseases. Completo HY
OMEI outfit Including pocket in
haler, $1,00; oxtra bottlns, r0 cents
at dealers everywhere.
$5.50 and ;i$i).00
$7.00 and $7.50
$8.50 and $9.50
$10 and $11.50
One lot of Chil
dren's Coats, val
ues to $10.00.
Tho Ashland Preserving company
aro manufacturing a high grddo llnio
and sulphur solution which will test
ao Bcauino, und Is positively guar
anteed not to crygtallzo. Samples
of same may he seen at any of our
For pi Ices and particular)! apply
to either of tho following ugouts In
Rofltie River. Fruit & Produce Ass'n.
Producers Fruit Company,
DID YOU EVER SEE
anyone accumulate a fortune and
carry it around with him?
Don't you often read in the papers
about people who( lose the savings
of a lifetime by concealing them in
The Jbest place for money while
awaiting use is in a good, strong
bank, and there's none better than
Capital, Surplus apd Undivided Profits
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