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MEDFORD MAIL TRTBUNR MEDFORD, OKECION, WEDNESDAY, NOTRMW.R 20, 1012.
Col. J, 1 Mundy has
from a trln to California.
" Mr. Wilson ami Mr. and Mrs. K. !'.
KlChsli-, who Hvo near Central Point,
were among thoso who traded In
,Mcdford during the week.
-D. II. Miller of Hold Hill Is In Mod
ford receiving medical treatment,
Mrs; Millur Is also horu, and they are
Riicala of Dr. and .Mb, J. O. (lohlo.
Mrs, Halllday-IIatgnt, contralto
liun'll of Marrhesl, (Paris), Knmlog
Kcr (KiiRlaud), George Swoet, Os
car BaotiK?r, New York, will receive
'pupils for vocal culturo at residence
studio, 403 Oakdato avenue, South.
Phono Main 72G2. 22.1
W, E. Thompson of Gold Hill was
a business visitor in Med ford Tues
day. Carkln & Taylor (John II. Car
"kln and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,1
over Jackson County Dank
David Fuller, deputy U. S. marshal
has been in Jackson, Josephine Lake
and Klamnth counties, subpoenaing
witnesses to appear at the coming
session of the federal grand jury at
The Itoso Maiden Is coming.
Charles Feldenhelmer, a prominent
Jeweler of Portland has beeu making
Mcdford 'ft business visit.
The sale still continues at the
Home Millinery. 1101 AV. 9th St.
Mrs. J. Morgrclter of Poor man's
creek Is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
II. G. Kln'g of Medtord.
Oak and hardwood M.G0 and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
The case of Walt Heirs vs. M. M.
Welch, Involving a homestead In
SquaW Lake district, has been de
cided In favor of the latter by the
general land office, to which an ap
peal had been taken from the deci
sion rendered at the Roseburg land
office. Walt will probably go to the
secretary of the Interior.
I hayo Installed a cleaning plant
and am' In shape to reclean any seed
grains. Vetch, vetch and wheat,
winter oats aud seed barley for sale.
L. D. Brown at Rusa mill. "
A. W, Shearer of Steamboat, who
Is managing' an extensive placer pro
position, was In Medford the fore-
partjor the week.
Home-niade, mince pie. Manlut
tanjjty - -. t , 212
CrJA. McLomoro who Is arranging
for'the "Christmas Fruit Car" .back
easgj returned from Portland last
evening. Those Interested In the
carjaro requested to phone Main 1100
or Home lG-Ii. 207'
W H. Adams of Ashland spent to
daywlth Medford friends.
For goodness sake, have R. A.
Holmes,- the Insurance man write
yourrlnsurance. Ho knows how.
Carl Von der Iiellen spent Wednes
day at Medford on his way to Port
land where he will spend a few days
Send Presldent-Elect Wilson one
or moro boxes of fruit In the Christ
mas Fruit Car. Phono 1100 or 1C-L
John A. Harvoy has resigned his
position as cashier of ono of tho Ash
land banks and with his family left
for Imperial Valley, Cal., recently.
Loose leafs for ledgers, day books,
journals or cash books, with or with
out binders at Mail Tribune. tf
S. It. Dimtck of Hubbard is mak
ing Medford a visit
Mrs. C. Carey of Eden Valley is In
Medford on a short business trip.
J, W. Meyers of Ccntrnl Point,
fruit Inspector, tarried a few hours
In Medford Tuesday.
Artistically printed loiter heads on
fancy bond paper mako fine Christ
mas proionts. Let us show you
snmpIoH, Tho Mall Tribune. tf
TIiob. Farlow of Lake creek spent
Tuesday night In Medford.
Homo-made ml nee-meat, DoYoe'ts.
Mrs. A. S. JacobH of Ashland Is
Visiting relatives living at Central
Glasses fitted without uso of
drugs. Dr. Rickort, over Kentnor'a.
J. J. Petty and 11. W. Lindsay are
among those from abroad who arc "in
Medford on business.
Real homo-made bread at DoVoe's.
Mrs. Schrump of Minnesota .is the
guest of Mrs.- H, Carnell of South
Legal blnnka for sale at tho Mall
Tribune office. tf
;N, L. Nurrogan has returned from
his oxtonslvd orchard, located near
Bags of all kinds to ombrolder at
Tho Handicraft Shop. 207
' Mrs:. A'. Fi5dryuud Mr", uud Mrs. L.
Smith of Eugene nro In Medford.
Tho city council postponed Its
nletliiKfTuosday night infill Friday
'When Mayor Canon and Porter J.
j!Nitf will bb back from Salem whoro
they hnvq gone In connection with
tho Medford bridge case which Is to
ho argued Thursday,
Vapor batns and scientific massage
$1.00 for men and women. Dr. It.
J, Lockwood, ehlroproctor and nervo
ipcclallst. 203 unrnatt-Cnrey Bldg.
Phone Home I4f.
IJ. A. Ulldroth of Butto Falls Is In
McdtOrd on n short business trip.
. Tresspass notices Tor sale at tho
Mall Tribune ortice. tf
Hot rakes and maplo syrup, Man
Dr. K. Klrehgessner of Ulvcrdalo
was lit Medford Tuesday, on profes
Oak and hardwood $1.50 and $5.00
Oer cord. Gold Bay Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir. '
Spraguo Relgel and J. F. Merrill of
Gold Hill transacted business In Med
ford Tuesday. .
Dr. Rlckert, cyeslghi specialist,
over Kentnor's. Xo. drops used.
Joseph Glnet, who owns a flno or
chard on Applegate, returned from
Idaho a few days ago, accompanied
by his bride.
Collect thoso scattered sheets of
music you value and have them
bound In book form at tho Mall
C, P. Briggs, postmaster from
Butto Falls, transacted business Med
Home-made mince pie. .Manhat
tan. ' .212
County Clerk Coloman was a Med
ford visitor Tuesday evening.
$2000.00 or traction thereof to
loan on Improved country real es
tate at current rates. Carkin &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Bldg.,
Irwin McCall of Prospect was In
Medford Tuesday, on his way to
Grants Pass. He was accompanied
by his niece.
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and have It rebound
at the Mall Tribune office. Costs
but little. tf
T. J. Carney went north Tuesday
on business for the Oregon Granite
I have installed a cleaning plant
and am in shape to reclean any seed
grains. Vetch, vetch and wheat,
winter oats and seed barley for sale.
Lt B. Brown at Russ mill.
A. E. Lnponte and W. E. Kahler
spent Tuesday afternoon In the city.
D. C. Wilson .of Sam' Valley was In
Medford Tuesday, looking after his
business Interests. '
Soft wood $2 'jler. Gold iRay.
David Duncan; Clydo Shaw and
Don Cameron woro over from Jack
sonville Tuesday ! i
Try a Vapor bath, for that cold. Dr.
R J. Lockwood, Garnett-Corey Bldg.,
Phono Home H5. v
Elmer Hicks and T. C. Norrls made
a business trip to Ashland Tuesday.
Fruit labclsln ,any color printed
by tho Mall Tribune. tf
Misses Marlon and Anna Towne of
Phoenix were among their Medford
friends one day this week.
Dr, R. J. Conroy has moved his
office to tho Hutchison & Lumsden
building. These offices wero for
merly occupied by tho commercial
club. Drs. Conroy and Clancy have
Dr. J. F. Reddy has left for a busi
ness trip to San Francisco.
Hot cakes and maple syrup. Man
Charles Nickel! left Wednesday
for a visit at his Sterling ranch.
Henry W. Boyd of Ashland Is In
Medford on a short business trip.
C. J. Buck, assistant district for
ester, la in Medford ontbusfness.
TRIAL OF STRIKERS
SAI.UM, Mass., Nov. 20. Tho fato
of Joseph J, Kttor, Arturo Glovnn
nlttl and Antonio 'Caruso, on trial
hero for tho murder In Lawrence of
Anna LoplxKO, v striker, during the
big industrial strike there last win
ter will noon be In tho hands of the
Jury. Attorney Mnhoney Is making
tho final plea Tor the defendants this
afternoon and Judgo Qultin Is ex
po v tod to deliver his charge this
ovenlng. Then tho case will go to '
Attorney .Mahoncy made an Impas
sioned pita for tho defendants, vir
tually charglug that Kttor Is tho vic
tim of n frame-up. ,
"The men Interested In big corpor
ations," he said, "are often able to
remove the law's machinery. Every
body knows that the workers do not
receive tho samo consideration from
the authorities that the owners do."
Mnhoney also denied that Ettor
had ever consulted violence.
JAP PLAYER DEFEA.TS.
lift iBkfiSBft HsLdH
SAYS TURKS WILL
Kojl Ynuuuln, the Japanese Millard
export, demonstrated hU right to a
place anions the musters of the game
when he defeated William Hopee In
tournament play for the 13.2 balk Hue
tbllllanl championship, which is helm:
played in New A'orfc. Iloppe Is consid
ered the. most remarkable Atneilcan
player sluce the days of the late Trunk
Ives. Tle match was one of the ciim
tlons of tho tournament.
LEAVE EUROPE JOHKSON TO LET
ILLNESS LEADS TO SUICIDE
(Continued from Page One)
with L. D. lirnmk-ih, tllo noted Bos
Weeks &McGowan Co.
y raoa aan
Mffkt VbMdl T, W. Wtka 071
A. S. Orr M
Wliiteoinli Field was well known
in Medford coining hero from the
euit last winter. He purchased n
Miinll tract eat of tho city and im
proved it considerably when lie h
cninu interenled, with John W. Par
ker, in a 4200 acre tract nour Hohc
burf?. Siuco then ho linn divided hit.
"ti;ne between Medford end Jto4oln:i'f.
' Mr. ricld whs a member of th3
lloiio Hiver Valley UmverHiiy olub
nnd took great interest in its ni'
fuirM. Ho Bpent the entire day Thch-
day nt the club nnd Jin demeanor at
tracted no special attention. Tues
day evening ho left for Kos;bu;; on
Mr, Field wns nn oil ;ic(i:in(nucc
of many of the eastern men who have
located here duriu;; (he p.ist J'ow
years, especially thoie win fo'-inorly
Mr. J'ield'H brother, I!i,uv C Field
of Seattle wns a vit-itor in Medfoid
lunt Kiimmer upending K.tiiui li.iu hero
wilh Win! comb. He N nt tho head oj
a jjrent implement li.VHe.
I3agjes Fly4 All E&gles whethor
members of Rogue Illvor aerlo or vis
iting brothers, uro requested to bo
present at 8 p. -ni. Thursday night,
'oj 2 jBt,. Remember tho -place,
Redman Hall on Apple 8t,
i!08 JAMES STEWART,
''The Turk to Leave Europe'' wit1
pres-ented nt the hnll on Main street
last night to n houseful of interested
people. Two line.- of prophet1) fjK'ak
directly of the Turkish iwwer. One
of these is the ninth chapter of Vova
Intiou where symbols are used to uive
tho characteristics of the Turk: the
other is the eleventh chapter of Dan
iel where their literal history is ivcn
in advance under the title of Kinj: of
In the Revelation it wn- shown
thnt the Turks enme from tile de-ert
wastes of Arabia, railed hero "bot
tomless pit"; that they were let Ions'
up Eastern Rome by the overthrow
of the Pcr-inn kimr Chosroes; nnd
thnt for fivo prophetic months, or
one hundred nnd fifty years their
bands pillaged nud burned nnd other
wise tormented that division of the
Roman empire. The prophecy spid
that they -Rlihtild be c'nmmamlcd riot
lo hurt tho praps, nor the trees, nor
any green thinjr. It is interesting: to
note that the historian Gibbon make
their lender i-sno n eommand usint
almost the Inugunjrc if scripture. In
1201) they iuvnded Koiunn territory
mid oppressed the people fur l.'iO
yearn. In 1441) Ilu emperor of the
Romans died, nnd hi- brother Con
htnutiiie XIII refu-cd to take the
throne without permission from the
sultan. Soon after the sultan died,
and his successor, Mohammed IT de
termined to mnko himself mnsler of
Constantinople njid ensteru Home.
The scripture speaks of fire and
smoko nnd brimstone u-ed in their
warfare; nnd the historian tells of
the first eampai-.Mi where gunpowder,
cannon, nnd muskets were used in n
siege. They were to coiiiiuue, says
the prophet, n year nnd a ninutli and
n day nnd nn hour, or 1191 years and
lo dnvs of literal time. This added
to July 27, 1 140 would brinjr I he Tur
kish empire to nn end ns nn indepen
denl kingdom on August 11, 1810.
On that date the sultan begged the
mediation of the jxiwers to settle the
war between himself mid the piislm
fEjypt; Since thch thd Turks have
existed u- n iiiilion in Europe only
by Ihe suffrnuce of the great powers.
Subject tonight, "What do the
precept war preparnlions meni7"
SACKAMKXTO. Cai., Xov. 20.
In grnutin-; a reprieve of two weeks
to Edward Dchihnntc, a negro who
murdered n fellow pri-niier in San
Qtieutin, Oovembr Hiram Jolnwoii
today took occasion to express his
jwliey in regard to capital punish
ment by deidnrigg that lie would not
interfere with hmigiugs uud that ho
would not i'ojlow the uniiouur.-d
eourse of Governor, Ve-t of Qrcsou,
who plans to bunch the execution!;
as n terrible tdijvct lesson.
"Soino mouthy uso," said the, gov
ernor, "I iiniHiiinceil that I would re
prieve tho vnrioit'0 cniiHcinucit men
until the initiative petition' tu'fta he
iug secured Itti -ben tilcil.'.uiiilVhe
iH-upni. hil utidgTfji8H euunea,pt
pa'b',,' llii nljnfij of Vapiturimif
islimcnt. ' '
'Tjjc-'petilipri was never completed
and tho. matter w not presented ti
the neop'c. Thereupon J nuiiotiuced
that thu law must take JIk course. I
feel it my dillv to,Miphold every law
of tho state aud I bnvn no more right
to abrogate the capital puriishuionl
law thiiu hiiv other on the statute
WEARS DEATH CAP
IN AERIAL HONEYMOON
WASHINGTON, Not. 20. Akil
regarding the re-wrt that President
Elect Wllnou had asked him to uc
eeit a cabinet position tho secre
tnrythip of state and that he now is
eu route to Uenniidu to confer with
Wilson, William J, Hrymi of Nebras
ka today sent the following telegram
to the United Pi-ess from Savannah
"I. have lliiil iw eoiiierenco Uh
Mr, Wilson and never have disvusned
any fi'ffice with him. I Jtnyq no inten
(ioirnf going to (indii'da,'r
POItTIiAXI), Oie, Nov. "iO.
Casting HUpcrHtltitlou .to the windx.
Aviator Silas Chrlstofferttou Is .today
taking his ncroplano houeyinoou trip
wearing the cap worn by Aviators
Gill and Wnlsh when they foil to
their deaths. Wnlsh wiih killed In
tho northwest and tllll In Chicago.
Walsh was present, secured Jllll'h
cap, and when ho was subsequently
killed, ho had Jhp djoadKenr on.
At tho tlmo of tlio Chicago inlshap
Chrlstofferuon's brother secured tho
"sky piece" and today presented It
to the daring aviator, with u brief
resume of Its history. ChrlMtoffor
sou trald he would wear lt throughout
his honoymoon aeroplane trip With
his protty young brldo.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOSTa months old heifer calf with
bell on. Will pay liberal reward
for Information, Uob Crowder
Home phono 272-X. 207
WANTED (ilrl for gonoral house
work at once, call 004 W. 10th
street, Tho Cottage. 208
FOR SALE Light buck, two seats,
canopy top, polo and shafts, Also
cedar foiico (posts. W. J. Hartzcll.
FOR" ' SALE Two work horses,
cheap. OH North Riverside, 208
After Coughing Months
llrooklyn, X. V., 'Woman KouinlUc
lh-r III Vlnol
Did you ever cough for n week?
Tnen Just think how distressing It
must bo to have u cough hang on for
thrco months, v
Mrs, Maria Prlmrono'of 87 Newell
streot, llrooklyn N. 'Y'.' suys: ""I
had a very heavy cold which settled
Into a chronic cough which kept mo
awuko nights for fully three months,
and felt tired all the tlmo because
my reHt was broken. Tho offoct of
taking your cod-rllvor and Iron re
medy Vlnol fs that my piUfb, Is grino.
I can npw got ij.'good night's rest
and I feel niuclj stronger In every
way." ' ,
RvIh the toiuldnod action of tho
uuidlcluul eleiniiilu cods' livers aided
uy the blood-making and strength
creating proportlea of tonic Iron
which makes Vlnol so offlclont for
chronic, coiighn, colds and bronchitis
at tho Kaniq tlfno building up Uo
weakened, run-down system.
Try u bottlo of Vlnol with tho un
derstanding tliat,-.'yotirmonoy .will ibo
rotiirned If It does not ""help you.
POST- CARO TELLS
H08TO.W Nov. HO,- Btroug ludlea
tlon that .1, Frank lllekey arrested
nt Whiting, N. J., In connection with
tho murder of soven-year-old .loneph
JoseVliH at l.ackawnnnn, a lluffnlu
siibut'li, In not the murdei'ori Irt uceil
by the Huston police today In a pout
card received hero by Innpimtor Mc
Farr, Tho postcard, which hearn tho
sumo handwriting ns thnt on other
cards to tho police of Chicago,' ;ll$
ton and Huffalo, imiMlmt, JllcKvy '"
iiot tho murderer t Jophn aud
tells whoro tho body of Jooph O'Con
nor, a llosbury boy who has beeu
nils lug for several days, can be
found, ' ,
BE TOPIC AT CHURCH
The "Home Mission Wee!." t the
I'reshjtcrinn chntch evorv niulit this
week nt 7:il0. Tonight the Ml'iect is
"The Pniiumn Cnuul, tho 'ncitle
Coast and the Christian Conscience."
Mr. W. II. Go iv speaks on this sub
ject this evening, Wednesday, Now
All Presbyterians uud till Christian
people who enn, should be preM'iit.
This is a great eek in nil-America.
Every great question' that makes for
American life is considered. Every
American iiucstiou imi-t ultimutely
be solved from the Christian stand
point or America fails of her highest
TURKS RAN AWAY ,
mniwAni:, Nov, uo tim iimu
cd cuplitre ol' 13,1100 Ttilks In tho
fall of MoitiHlu' was diHciedlldl t
litvliv tlio ill mteheM friiin Hint 'Hy
which m tlml lite .Moslem lianisou
did pot rnirrender but I led hcl'ott' lln
Hervbi'i eltnol, Icnviiiir Ihoiisaiuls of
rounds of iiumiuiitllou and o'tlterAviir
mutoiint Krlitiid. 'Lnlest necoituls of
the halllr snv I'm Talk's loH' 'JO.OIIO.
tilled at d tvoitndi'di aud that the
oi-vinii eosiieM weio licdrly aw
A delilehmcnt of Kui'timi cnvnlrv
is icporled ill close ptivsull of llio
Tn i to who fled In (lie generiil iliic
Hon of Fiorina, '-Ml tulles VwnllieaM
of Motmsttr. The slate ontrv into
tho city of (he crown prince of Her
via is said to hue been delayed until
OF ASSAULT CHARGE
Chillies Tail, arrested on complaint
of Charles S. I.ebo, for iihmuiII wim
nctpiittcd Tuesday ufteiiioiiii ill Ihe
cotnt of Justice of the Pence Taylor.
Toll demanded a trial bv jury.
Lebo charged that Tull had knock
ed him down following it dispute re
garding the payment of wages under
it contract between the two. Evi
dence was eonfitsiuir nud till doubt
less led to an aciiiittal.
TheonV Baking Powrfermade
Now 1h I ho II mo lo buy
wliilo (100!) JiANI) Ih Hliil
Clot in boloro I ho vuhIi. II.
IhihJusI Hlai'loll. J
ngHuvllural uml Unibei; Iiiml
on tho rt's. C'oasL ol! AIux
ioo. Wo huvo hi-on thoro Top
youm; wo know I ho ooutili'.v,
llio proplo, (ho lllWH uuil I ho
t-nstoniH. Wo can tiuiivoi'
llusL'oodH nt tho liKIHT
l'Voni our list of Hploudid
pi'opurtioH, ovory ono VftR
we selout llio I'ollewin:
$1.00 per aore: tii:):i
fi,IKK) acroH, Hlalo of Sonorn,
eloMo lo railroad. WatiM
InuiAporlntion 80 Hi-jjI-olaB
iaruiiii lautl, )itrlly
fonuod. Will raiso alfalfa,
forn, wheal, folltin, olo. A
$:i.OO por aeru: '111,000 aoroa
SJIalo of Souora. 8 miles from
railroad. One-half fine farm
ing land, balani'o splendid
range, all fenced and erons
fenced. Several reservoirs
for irrigation water. Hig lime
kIoiio deposit and limu kiln.
Lime business alono would
pay inleresl on cohI. Can de
liver about U000 head of good
range radio at $!UH) per
head. A splendid properly,
worth twice the niouoy. ,
We have also Irrigated1
Land in huiuII trncto-al $2o
lo .:K)'i)or acre,. '
Write us or jin our No
vember oxoinwgnUMgh&t .
banking referonceji in Uuil
tjtl Stales aud Mexico,
OHAS. J. O'JBRJEN. ,CO.
:j.(ti I'niw on nidg.;
Jo.s AugelcK, Calif. .
Splendid Opportunity for".
Hold Your Apples and Get Bottor Prices
Wo can store 17 cars moro of fruit. Katofl'aa follews:
200 boxes or Jess 25o per box for the season. All in
excess of 200 boxes 20o for tho season.
Season to April 1st.
Medford Ice & Storage Co.
D. CROS3LEY & SONS
201 Franklin tfL, Now Vorlc , .
APPLES and PEARS
We have Our ,wj housoa In
, , xi:w yonif, MvimeooL, lonijon and OLAHaow
Direct coniilgnmonta BoljoUod or bo our Iloguo Hlvor roproonUtlT.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oregon
00 rooms wlib prluli bjih
BO rooms MibprittU bilk
t iA1"tti1"Hri'4"Y1-Wtttf ff H4.
Wo have the finest lot ol! ferns over grown in Mod
ford. Prices aro right
Cut flowers that aro fresh. Bulbs, Jioso Bushes--
a fine lino. '
, MEDFORD GREEN HOUSE
"Pfinna Q7A1 nnn n mm .
- .. ".".' o&O Xt, JViain J I Aano.m.n ChiUr W, Klly
f t-rttttfff tt-rtf 1 14 'rttnttttfr-rttfrff t-rf 4 V H 'l YmilCMZn2M
wi: iiAXii,n mj,
and moot nil cut ir clith rules
which aro ndvartliuid or f
forod by any company. lio
Bldcu wn rIvo you n Hicclal
MrVIco whlrh ynu dn not Rnt
U you loud dlrout to puhlltih
era. 4 .
j"4,,,j i MjrcjTriirTnii
note! in tho
City. Running dituilled
ice water in each room.
European Plan, a la artc
Tariff on Rooms
30 (Ulli, bedroom, par.
lor and bath . - 3,00 each
For more than our, auatt add $1.00
extra to the above rates for
euch additional guest,
Reduction by week or month.
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