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T" MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEITFORn. OREGON, &V.TUR DAY, NQVEMDER 10. 1012.
OF COUNCIL WILL
BE A CANDIDATE
''At tlio solicitation ot ninny citi
zens I lmvo decided to become a can
didate for tho office ot major nt the
coming olcctlon In January. In this
connection I wish to utato that If
elected, I will use my best efforts to
give the city n clean business ad-
J. E. WATT.
J. E. Watt, president of tho city
council Saturday Issued tho forego
ing statement In which ho states that
he will accept tho nomination urged
upon him by his many friends and
will make Iho race.
Mr, Watt is thoroughly convers
ant with city affairs having been In
office as councilman during tho past
J. W. Mitchell, another member
of tho city council who has been
talked ot as a candldato stated to
friends Saturday that he would prob
ably withdraw. He states that tho
announcement that he was a candl
dato was published by a friend and
without his knowledge.
Nearly all of tho other suggested
for tho oftlco have flatly refused to
BUSY DAY SPENT
BY PRESIDENT IN
NEW YORK CITY
In Invited to attend and Inspect the
hnudsomo now building which has
been In tho coitrcA ot construction
for snvornl months At n cost of about
110,000. Btato and local officials ot
tho todgn will speak, nnd an nlnbo
rate muRlcnt program hns been pro
pared, TonlRht will bo tho biggest
night In tho year for the lied Men.
NKW YOKK, Xov. m-lriidit
Tn ft nrrivctl hem early from Wash
ington, lie uutomohtlcil to the Col
lege of Hie City of New York, where
n brief reception was jicii in tits
President TuftV proem in culled
for n buy day. After his brief iit
to tin New York college he hurried
lo Dolih's Kerry and inspected 1lie
children's illu maintained there by
tho New York Juvenile society. The
president was tho guest of Adolph
Lcwisohu at luncheon and this after
noon he inspected tho Hebrew Shelt
ering Guardian Orphan Asylum nt
Tho president tonight will he the
principal senker ut a bampiet given
by the Lotus Club.
Medford National Bank
TO MM FOR MAYOR
Mrs. Mary F. Roddy, leader In tho
local suffrago club and very active
during the recent campaign for suf
frage, who was suggested by her
friends as a candidate for mayor to
day declined to enter the race. Her
To tho editer:
Relieving as tjdo that the most
important duty igthe one" nearest at
hand I must beg to decline the nomi
nation as mayor. Wo worked for the
ballot, not to hold office but-to have
our part in saying Who should. Ten
years from now, when women are a
force in politics, a woman mayor
might lie a help to Medford. With
many thanks to the friends 'who have
offored me their support.
MARY F. REDDY.
RES OF THE
PEACE AS ELECTED
Your Business, Your Deposits, Your &
t Confidence, and Your Friendship &
MAY NOT ELECT
Whether the city will elect a city
recorder and two councllmen from
the second ward this year or not will
he decided at a council meeting next
Tuesday evonlng when an opinion
from tho city attorney will bo heard.
The charter is not clear on tho point.
Robert W. Telfcr was elected city
recorder ono year ago for a two year
term. Shortly afterward ho ulgned
and Elmer T. Fobs was elected re
cordor by tho council. Whether ho
holds for Mr. Tqlfor's entire term or
until the next city election is the
Tho same question arises in con
nection with W. X. Campbell elected
by tho council to fill tho unexplrpd
term of E. C. Ireland who was elec
ted for two years a year ago.
The official count completed re
cently by the county clerk shows the
following elections to tho offices of
justice of tho peace and constable in
Ashland J. G. Hurt, justice of the
peaco; A. L. Irwin, constable.
Applegatc A. D. Beardsley, jus
tice of the peace; John Matncy, con
stable. Phoenix F. E. Furry, justice of
the peace; II. C. Johnson, constable.
Medford G. O. Taylor, Justice ot
the peace; Rankin Estes, constable.
Jacksonville Henry Dor. justice
ot tho peace; Joe Wcttcrcr, constable.
Central Point E. E. Walden, jus
tice ot the peace; C. S. Sanderson,
Gold Hill J. R. B. Morclock, Jus
tice of the peaco; H. T. Pankey, con
Woodville G. F. Wertz. Justice of
tho peace; George Loud, constable.
Sams Valley E. W. Cooper, Jus
tice of the peace; George McDonough,
Eaglo Point John Watklns, Jus
tice of the peace; E. S. Coolcy, con
stable. Jt - J
Trail T. D. Hlgenbotbam, Jus
tice or the peace; B. L. Tucker, con
stable. Big Butte E. H. Watson, Jubtlco
of the peace; John Winningham, constable.
RED MEN WILL
OPEN QUARTERS TONIGHT
Tho Red Men's lodge of this city
will open their new quarters on Ap
ple street tonight with lodge cere
monies and a banquet. Tho public
Always Labor Faithfully to Merit
Betray Your Business
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X Wm. H. Gore, Pres. John H. Orth, Cashier 2
"PINAFORE" SEAT SALE
BEGAN THIS MORNING
With ono mora rohearsal with the
full orchestra, Gilbert & Sullivan's
oxer now comic opera classic will bo
ready for tho public. Sixty high
school students have been rohears
ing twlco dally for two weeks to
niako It a grand success, under the
direction of three experienced opera
men, Messrs, Wllbon, AndrcwH and
Howoll. Blalno Klum has been
working sovora! days at tho Anglo
opora Iioubo making a reproduction
of tho stage sotting that was used In
tho all-star production In Now York,
using Illustrations from several the
atrical magazines, and tho domestic
art department of tho school, under
Mlhs Mourn' direction, liavo been
working hard to costumo tho opera
correctly. No paus or work has
been spared to glvo a first-class pre
sentation of tbo opera, and tho pub
lic has been buying tickets liberally
to show Its appreciation and glvo en
couragement to a worthy cauto. Tho
pileos liavo been placed within tho
reach of all, tho best reserved seats
selling at 75 and CO cents, chlldrou
35 cents. At thouo prices the entire
family may attend, and no doubt to
morrow morning at HasklnB will
wltnuas one of tho largest coat sales
of Mdford liprqj talent productions.
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Medfor Printing company carry
a fHll IM of legal blanks.
The Turkey will
BUT how about You? That "old suit1' which
you consider good enough for "every day'1
is hardly fitting for a holiday. You will feel
brighter, fresher, happier, if the joyous nature of
Thanksgiving Day is reflected not only by the
inner, but by the outer man.
All day long, until eight o'clock this evening, we will bo
watching for you to make your holiday selection.
MODEL CLOTHING CO,;
'. Corner Main and Bartlett ' ' - ,
The stronger and rougher
whiskey tastes the more
harm it will do.
Why take chances with your
nerves, your stomach, your
general health. . i
Cycus. Noble l pure, M ailil palnl.ilile
llottlei) .it tlriukiug Hlrvngtli,
Sold all over the world.
W. J. Van Bohuyver & Co., General Agonla, Portland.
Nearly a quurtor of a century
untlor tho aamo
It has succeeded becauso of
Soundness of prinoiplo
Economy of management
Safety of investment
Courteous and liberal trcatmont
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00
W. I. Vawtcr .President Q. R. Liudloy, Vico Pres.
O. W. JMcDonald, Cashior
$13.20 IE $13.20
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rrom pnlntM Month
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