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A. .IchliiPBS, who litis extensive In-
v torestd In Ihc Siskiyou copper bolt
wna In Metlfonl this w-wfc, MsUIiir
f Mro. Paul, a relative u'f Mrs. J. D.
tfloblTcr, returned to Portland Tihs
'day. having eonio to tillo'ml the fun
eral of little Audrey Hooker.
J. U. Jackson or KarIc Point was
atnang thoBo who bad business In
Mrs. Hnllldny-Halght, contralto
ntihll of Mnrchtsl. (Paris)
gnr TlCnglahd), George Sweet, Os
car. Saenncr, New York, will receive
pupils for vocnl culture at residence
studio, 403 Onkdalo avenue, South.
Phono Main 7262. 223
'Jlla Hasklns of Seattle bought a
ulock'of seven lots In Oakdale Park
Tho electric line Is running a pre
liminary survey across Oakdale Park
' addition today. If you don't believe
It go down and see.
v Carkln & Taylor (John II. Car-
"kln and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-nt-law,
over Jackson County .Bank
. D. A, Dragcr of Salem is In Med
v ford on a short business trip.
II. A. Schcll accompanied by S. S.
"' Scliell of Grants Pass Is visiting
The Hose Maiden Is coming.
George Palmer of Salem is, in
Medford on business.
G. A. Gardner, county clerk-elect
spent Tuesday in Medford. He
plans to enter the comity clerks of
fice December 1 In order to famil
iarize himself with his new duties
before being sworn In in January.
The sale still continues at the
Home Millinery. 1101 W. 9lh St.
J. B. Lewis of Ruch spent Tues
day "with Medford friends.
Oak and hardwood $4. GO and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
JSIxth and Fir. .'
f V. Watkins of iJvans creek re-
.turned to his honi!atfer a few days
Jn Medford on business.
J I have installed a cleaning plant
rand am Jn shape to reclean any seed
grains. Vetch, vetcn and -wheat,
iwinter oats and seed barley for sale.
'li Tl. Rroffn at Plica mtll ' '
Brown at Russ mill,
l D.,V. 'Williamson of Trail
spending alfew days in Medford
uioimes, me insurance man wnie
your insurance. He knows how.
f Louis E. Sampson of the Big Butte
country is in Medford on a short
T Loose leafs for ledgers, day books,
Journals or cash books, with or with
out binders at Mall Tribune. tf
George Barron of Ashland spent
Tuesday In Medford on business.
Artistically printed letter heads on
fancy bond paper make fine Christ
mas presents. Let us show you
samples. Tho MaU Tribune. tf
' 'William O'Hara spent Tuesday in
Ashland on business.
Glasses fitted without usp of
drugs. Dr. Rickert, over Kentner's.
Edgar Hafcr left Tuesday for a
t8hprt business trip to San Francisco.
Legal blanks for sale at tho Mall
.Tribune office, (tf
j V. B, Herring, district engineer
for the foresty department, and M.
L., Erjckson, supervisor of the Crater
National forest left Tuesday for an
inspection .of tho Ashland roall
ttirmil?ll Him fnmat
? '1 ' . tt
Vapor batns and scientific massage
$1,0.0 for men and women. Dr. R.'
J. Lockwood, chiroprocter and norvo
specialist, 203 Garnett-Corey BIdg.
Phono Home 145.
William Warner, assistant post
master In chargo of the local civil
bcrvlco examinations will hold an ex
amination December 7 for rur.al
route carriers In ordor to securo a
man to handle route No. 3 which
wIU btart January 2.
Tresspass notices' for sale at the
Mall Tribune office. tf
Oliver S. Brown, an attorney of
Grants Pass, spent Monday In Med
ford. Oak and hardwood . CO and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co..
Blxth and Fir.
Gus Anderson, who has been en
gaged in shoo repairing In Medford
for several years, leaves for Klamath
.pr.. Rlckorl, eyesight specialist,
over Kentnor's. "So drops used.
h. J. Fairbanks and A. II. Wake
field or Klamath Falls are making
Medford a vlblt.
h. Neldermoyor, Joseph Martin
and J. M. Harley of North Jackson
ville transacted business lu Medford
S, S. and JI A. Shell fit Qrauts
1'aas uira In Medford on. buinebs
"iaimsss? . j-
Weeks &McGowan Co.
,S - ' My ritoB MTl
INcM rkMMfll . W. Wctka M71
A. . Orr MM
" f.xA'BW imrariw
Mr.nnd Mrs. It. E.,poArmond re
turned itonc5ay frftm a Islt nt Grants
Pass, thcl? 'former home.
J. N Mansfield of Tolo, aplonoor
o ltoguo river valley, was In Med
ford Monday, accompanied by his son,
Collect those scattered sheets of
music you value and havo them
bound In book form nt tho Mall
Mr. and Mrs. F. 11. Honklns of
Central Point were MeiUord visitors
Monday afternoon. ;
Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Collins of
Jacksonville attended tho opera In
Medford Monday night.
$2000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real cs-
tato at current rates. Carkln &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank BIdg.,
Mrs. Mary Miller and Miss Isslo
McCully were over from Jackson
George A. Dunlap of Josephine
county has been making Medford a
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and have It rebound
at the Mall Tribune office. Costs
but little. tf
Mayor Canon and City Attorney
Ncff loft for Salem Monday evening,
where the Medford bridge case will
be argued In the supreme court.
Thursday. They will visit Portland
on political business before return
lngv accompanied by H. D. Reed of
I have. Installed a cleaning plant
and am In shapo to reclean any seed
grains. Votch, vetch and wheat,
winter oats and seed barley for sale.
L. B. Brown at Russ mill.
H. H. Gllfry of Washington. D. C
made Medford a visit Monday and
Tuesday, while on his way to the
national capital after a stay of sev
eral weeks In the Willamette valley,
of which he Is a prominent pioneer.
Mr. Gllfry has been an officer of the
United States senate for over a
third of a century, being appointed
reading clerk when tho late L. F.
Grover was United States senator
from Oregon. He uow holds the
highest appointive position In that
body, that of chief clerk. Mr. Gll
fry was the guest of Mrs. Skaggs, a
cousin, while in Medford.
Soft wood $2 a tier. Gold Ray
Will Norrls; who has been vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Norrls. returned to Lakevlew this
' Charles W. Sliarpc o'r Centra.1
JeiBtjHrecinct. transacted business la
Try' a Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
R. J. Lockwood, Garnctt'-Corey BIdg.,
Phone Home 145.
Luke Ryan of Jacksonville was in
Medford Tuesday, en route t o his
ranch near Derby.
a. 'i nrockmorton or uuen was a
recent visitor in Medford.
Fruit labels in any color printed
by tho Mail Tribune. tf
Clarence E, Whisler Is making a
business trip to Portland.
Mrs. C. L. Rcamcs was in Ashland
Monday, visiting relatives und
Dr. R. J. Conroy has moved his
office to the .Hutchison & Lumsdcn
building. Thpsc offices wcro for
merly occupied by tho commercial
club. Drs. Conroy and Clancy have
j. u. &mun or vmor, wno was
elected county commissioner nt the
recent election, tarried a few hours
lu Medford Tuesday.
Robert Luivllle of Ward, Cal., ar
rived in Medford Monday, for a
S. P. Hunter, who owns a fine
place between Medford and Phoe
nix, made a business (rip to our
Mr. aud MrsvE. B. Hanley wcro
among their Medford friends Mon
day afternoon. So were Frank Mad
den and his family.
WASHINOTON, Nov. 10. Coiitln
uuliou of nil the Ak anti-trust hiiitH
by the new democratic adiniiiisfrution
tilontf the hunic linen b those follow
ed ly the Tuft ndniinirttriitiou wiik
predicte'd here today. The next" at
torney general, ncoordiiu.' to itiitlipr'
itntlve information, will be confront
ed with ii Hituution which will ncces
titnte thin policy for u year or more,
or until such time iih foiiKreH ran
bo induced to amend or add to the
Sucrnum hiw, , j,. .
Plan Memorial for Sunny Jim.
UTICA, X, V vv. JD.-To per
petuate tho iKjujory, , of Vco Presi
dent Jumes Sehoolcruft Hlieriiuui, the
citizens of L'tica are laiiuii the
erection here of a huud&guie memor
ial. To curry uMt fhii? plnji tie, Sher
niau int'iudrial noso'ciaHuii i to be
organized, reiruneutiif; all (lie citi
zens of Utiea, and the luonument will
n nfnoiuil III I'tirt'l.'n t llin annnn nP
Slieiiiian'a last publio appenraneo.
MEDFORD MAIL TRTBUNE,
From Sitka, Alaska: from California,
Maine. Minnesota and Tcsn and from
many other States sixty priest, cliul In
robes of many colors, puhorcd In New
York to welcome tho lender of all ltbs
Ian orthodox churches In tliN country.
Archbishop Platon ltozhdcstvcnsky.
who returned on board the steamship
, of the Russl-m-AuicrUau line.
-i ; .
At the regular monthly dinner of
the Medford Merchants nsfociution
held Monday evening, George I'utuam
precipitated n long diseuMou by
speaking upon "What the faniwr
thinks of the Mercliaiit.V Aocin
lion." Shorty Gnrnett followed with
n defense of the association.
President E. X. Wnmar, Asa Hub
bard, C. V. Hcilbrouucr, Maine
Khun, J. A. Perry, J. A. Watt, C. lv
Gate.- and others participated in the
discussion following nu.d n publicity
committee was named work
towanls fnmiliuriziiig the people with
the work of the association nud or
reet erroneous reports in circulation
3Irs. Hal Courud apienred to.nsk
the endorsement of the association
to install trading stamps in certain
stores. The matter wn referred to
a committee for uctioii.
Other routine business wns trans
acted. The dinner was held u. St.
Jfnrk's hajl under auspices of the
I.'Jies of St. Mark's guild.
NEW COUNTY COURT,
WANTS STATE AID
The first meeting of the new conn-
ty court was held Thursday morning,
present Messrs. Ton Voile, l,eeer
and Smith. Plans for the next year
were dismissed and upon Mr. I.eev
er'e suggestion, it was determined to
request the co-operation of the Jack
son county delegation to secure a
state highway under the new law,
through Jncksou county, so that
county funds can be applied to lat
erals. Mr. Lccver says that if state bonds
arc issued for the Pacific highway,
construction can be iicgiin nt both
north and south cud of th road.
An active program is being mapped
out for tho next year.
NEW YORK, Nov. 10. Canadian
Pacific opened about a point down
today and tho mctat stoclts declined
fractionally. Minor gains were niudo
In a few specialities.- Tho weakness
Jncreasod later, many of tho Indus
trial stocks being particularly heavy.
American Cotton Oil dropped 2
points. News uround noon that
prospects of a settlement of the Hal
kan.war, were bright caused a bettor
fcpllng. . . , i
The market closed Irregular.
Honda wero steady. -
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SHERMAN LAW AS IT HITS
LABOR DEBATED AT LENGTH
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Nov. 1-
That section of President Gompor's
annual report, which rotates to the
Sherman anti-trust law, with refer-
once to labor was debated at length
today In tho convention of tho
American Fedoratlon of Labor In
It was decided to havo tho com
niltteo on legislation try to secure
tho amendment of tho taw no that
unions will' be specifically exempted
from tho provisions of the stututo.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Light lap robo, Saturday,
brown and yellow chock. Return
to Powell Auto Co. Reward.
MCDTUAWTQ niW I TO
IIII llllllHlllil llHllklilt
"MEDFORD, OREOOtt, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER in.
IN If l
P0imAN:J); tfo. III. -Simrch is
Iiciii3'ty(lq,(uln fyrittii)iuy K. .
T. Mi;AJIij?tjMv-mii of lllejuost prom
inent InOTisly in tile onljVtt Hkite,
who is wtilitvd Jn I'unneclioii.witli.iiie
ut sennli voiiiiccllug veial Inisi
uo.vs and iniifesioiial men with the
wronging of young boys atitl who lias
diappeared from the oity, A war
rant is nut for .McAllister's uvrest,
and his early apprehension is ex
Clarence TIioiiiu, also implicalcd,
was captured in Vancouver, Wit.,
while on his. way cast,
Lionel Uenno, prominent, architect,
is out tqdny on $1,100 cash hail, and
Karl Van Union was allowed to go on
$1,000 cash bail, funiishoil by hi
liigtt, the noted Gypsy violinist,
will probably be released a4,the case
against him appears weak.
The imiHcc are causing the. whole
northwest to ty sea retted, for the ur
rcst of n vuluable witness nguiust
MoAllisler, who "heat it" nfter sign
ing a statement implicating the nt-
nry.' -PC V n
ntruni zo,fW slain iif
IATTLE BEFORE MOMMTIR
PAH1S. Nov. 11). That UO.O0O
Turks und, Servians wcro slnin. in
the three days bnttlo precedfinr the
capture of Monn'tir in the statcuieiit
contained in a, telcgntiu it';ivel
hqru today from Tskup. .Militnr.v
experts, however, doubt the- nccurni'.v
of the ncus.i , ,,
It is further rfportod that the Ser
vians captured flO,000,00 in trca-3tuv:i-
Im ; , r ?-"h vm a
FEARFUL- LOSS BY IQTH SIDES
(Continuod from pass 1.)
resist to the end, llttlo doubt ,1s flt
that there deloaso can cud only In
disaster, and that the Allies, sooner,
or later, will enter Constantinople,
lu deference to the wished of ar
my officers aad physicians, tho
Sheik-Ut-lslam sanctioned today tho
burning of corptes ot the cholorn
victims.. Thls la most unusual as
cremation IsuiUcn tho bail bt tio
CtHnk-lliiK, Reports .
IX)NDON. Nor. 10. Nothing dc
flnlto was contained In despatches
from Constantinople today, nil the
reports disagreeing. Tho only thing
certain is that the Uulgarlans are
meeting a more stubborn resistance
at tho Tciiatnlja forts than they had
N'uxlin Patha,1 commander-in-chief
uf , the Turkish defondors, notified
his government today, that Moslem
successes continue) Reports from
Bulgnrlan sources, however, Insist
that Czar Ferdinand's soldiers drove
back the right wing of tho Turkish
army lu a terrific battle near Dcr
kos. So mo of tho military exports hero
do not belle vo thnt tho Hulgarlans
will bo nble to advance much fur
ther. Ferdinand, they say, has ex
hausted every .resource whllo tho
Turks havo Indefinite Asiatic rein
forcements and may hold out for
years. Thy think If Constantinople
holds that the Sultan will be nblc to
get favorable tortus.
I wish to state to the voters of
Medford that I did not mnko any
statoment nor did I nuthorlzo any
ouo olso to mako tho statoment In
(he Medford papors that l was or
was not going to makn the ruco for
Dot uow and over my own sig
nature I announce myself as a can
didate for this office and rospoct
fully ask the support of tho voters
of Medford. 207
J. V, MITCHELL.
l! !.jj e.
hotel in the
City. Running distilled
ice water in each room'.
EuroDcanAPlan. a la, Carte
Tariff on JRoome -12
roomi .... $1.00 44 tli
60 room .... 1.B0 ?ch
50 roomi . .
60 room iriftte Ms'
en '--! 1-.' . .it Li... L.ll
60 iro'onl'i trW
trW tAttt h
30 aaltvf, btirti'P''
lor and bfttb
For more thtn one tutit add $1.00
extra to thtf stove rates fer
ch sddltlwm Mt
Auction by.werft r montk.
Mananmint ChtHtr W, Ktllty
II GOVERN SELF
iri$Af)rW (U, Kv. ID.- Itov.
K.,fPMelJ(u)ahi, In: jTiuvk !' tii
I'reMiylCihy uissluiiiuv iM'uvi'lj'll l'
Cnirthryi 'ii): lljuJjIilllpiiiuKj .ir
three yoaidcidaivd hero tod'i'y.tmil
tho Mauds nre unfit for indepcu
deuce, such ns is proposed !, ho given
them by tho next eongiesy, July l,
"Do pot, coufifio ind'poudi'iKi wilji
self.goveniiueut," said Dr. Maelma
ald. "They havo solf-goveinnicnt
now in a great dcftioo in imintcip.il
nud insular affairs of n binill nntuie.
Uut tho Filipinos of the IioU.t kh
themselves realize that thov nro do
ing, better gmoriicd liy the Tutted
States, than they woiu foru and
very few of thtiu woul 1 woleiino in
dependence. Most uf the loidiug Kill
pinorf nre nfnud t'. .limit thin, lmw
ever, ns it would ni'Un them utipopu
htr with the Ignorant uilive."
OFFICIALS CHOSEN FOR
U. 0.-0. A. C. FOOTBALL SAME
PORTLAND. Ore., Nov. it). -The
thrwprlnclpal officials for tho foot
ball gnmo between Oregon t'nlverslty
Parisian. Sage .
Mntlani: I H You Want an Abund
ance of I.uittroiis Ilulr with No
Dandruff or Germs?
Dfofo you finish ouo bottle of de
lightful PARISIAN Sago hair tonic,
falling hair will cciiho; scalp Itch
will bo but a memory and nil dand
ruff will vanish.
(Besides this your hair wilt bo
free from dandruff germs, and
PARISIAN Sago will -mi (nourish tho
hair roots that tho hnlr'jUlf wMl hc
como full of lire and nature's own
PARISIAN Sage: h)not"n dye It
docs not contain dangerous lead or
any other poisonous Ingredient. For
your own protection ask for PARI
SIAN Sko and request your dealer
not to glTe you any preparation con
taining lend or nltrarto of sjlver.
Largo bottlo of PARISIAN Sago costs i
but SO rents at dealers America
orer. Chan. Strang guarantees It.
This Home-Made Cough
Syrup Wilt Surprise You
9top r.Tta Wkooplaff Cough
q.aicKlr, a, vmir ?iy ,
' v nt Ba!t Coat. '"
Tleio- U a hnnuxnuilo remedy thai
Likot lsId of n cough Instantly, and will
utnslly cure tb inot stuMmrn cuo In
1!) Iieura. This rcclpo mskfs a pint
cnougii for a whole family. You couldn't
buy a much or as good rcadymnd6
cough syrup for 2.o0.
Mix one pint of granulated sugar with
Vj, pint ol warm water, anil stir 2
mlnutcn. PutSVi ouno-s of Plncx (tidy
ccnta' worth) In a nlnt IxHtlc, and A'4
tlm Sugar Syrun. This kccin perfectly
nnd 1ms & plcimint taste children liko
It. Hrnccs up Hk apiictlte and lmllglitly
laxative, whleli helps cud couitbu
You probably kno the medical vnltnii I
i rum hi in-HiinK ninin, unincam?
wvi other throat troubles, sorn lung,
etc. There Is nothing better. Pines Is
tho most valunblo concentrated compound
of orvay whito plno extract, rich In
piaiacol and nl tho natural healing plno
dements. Othr preparations will no
work In this formula.
The prompt results Irom ihW Inexpert,
slfo rometly havo made frlrndu for It lo
thotuaiwU of honlM in tli TIul(pl fiUtm
and Canada, whlel; explains by tho
plan has been imitated often, but never
Bucccufully. ' ,
A guaranty of ahuoluto sathfactton. or
monoy promptlr refunded, poe with this
rrelpp. , Your drugglat has J'Inex. or will
t It for vmi. if not, sead to Th
Placx Co., Ft. Wayiw, Ini,
Parties wishing to subscribe
rouow their 'flubscrlptloif to
Tho Saturday Evening Post
The Ladies' Home Journal,
The Country Gentleman
PlCflJiO .notify C, Ai J)qVoo, i 18 W.
Main.. District agotib for tho Curtis
Publishing Co. Hack numbers ul
ways on hand. Phone GQ II.
tr: r-' .
STEELING STIVER A!fD THE BEST SILVER PLATED WARE
The Jeweler MARTIN J. REDDY Near Post Office
nnd Oregon AltrliMiltimil potlogQ Ht
unlny at Alhnny wore s'eJecloij today.
tleoi'Ko Viinu'll or Hpnluuio wan
niimod m i-oforeui Victor Plnco of
fe.utlo, MtnuilMi, mid tttrl Hmltli"of
Portliind, head llnimmiiu
Automobile Owners Attention
BEAlt CREEK M01?OR OAR CO.
Cornor, Eighth Und Bartlett Sta.
Dn fii'st I'btss mitoinobilo lvnnii' work and trimuinloo
it. Wo employ tho bunt mm'himk'8 in tho rily. Havo
aroinplolnly equipped mnehlno nhop and mnko HiMt-
iuMKriUHl lionriiiKS ol all kiihih, xnow ih me iimo to
have your owihawliiu,' done. AVe can do jt cheapest
Out" garage is open alt the I lino and our floor nieti
competent ami courteous. Cheap atorao rates for
the winter. AVJty Jet your ear stay out in the rain?
See us about our new and convenient ganolene propo
sition, it i a saving to the owner.
"Wo will soon have in a full line of the W
Cadillac and Uuick cars, the best cars on the market
for the money.
Bear Creek Motor Car Co.
Noarly ti iiuirtcr of n century under tho sniuo
Jackson County Bank
It has succeeded because of
Soundnoss of priuciplo
Economy of liiaiiagcnicnt ,
Safoty of investment
Courteous and liberal treat niont
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00
W. I. Vnwtor ,Pn5sidont 0. R. Lindloy, Vice Prcn.
C. T. McDonald, Cnshior
1JUU FARE 4ljuU
Medford to Portland
of ItoKclitirit. Nov. lM,-
19 nnil 20. nni rrwi
points xortb or lloc
burg. lucliolliiK Al
i or iiiic
uru. liivlml in: Ail
point on tlin C, & iXi
P. It. & N. H I-'. O.
A; ' uml tiruncli lino
nolnljf, Nov. IS. Jl,
20 unit 21, with rliml
n-liirn limit of Nov
Join! AI. Kcott, (ieiierul PnxnciiKcr Aent, PorlliHiil, Ore.
Everything you' need for iho table in
It wan iiiumiiiu'i'tl Hint (Imoinoi
Wont and Ills slnrt Will lo iirosimt,
ami PicHldqnt Cnuipludl of tlm I'nl
vornlty or-OioBon and I'l'mdilunt Korr
of tlm Agricultural collert" would
also bo prchi'iit.
lyii SUNSET m
I (OGDENftSHASTAl J
1 I ROUTES I
Pacific Land Products
November 18 to 23
Vr forllirr iIcIiIIn hh to tatm from any
niiriilfln Mint Ion, triiln rlirillilvn, (lu, cull nu
iii-iin-Ni itHiit or vrllf lo